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ittlUIT iw J An IntTvnt anf
r covery, dy jwiucn
every family may
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
! laundry work.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia P-1
CHAS. K. JONES,
A. J . Bea
GENERzVL PEED DEALERS
CHARLOTTE, H. C.
WE HAVE NOW ON BAND :
JUST RECEIVED, ONEClB LOAD
1 000 Ba5HEL3 0F W wniTE CORN.
2 BARRELS OF PEARL GRITd.
j CAR LOAD BRAN,
CAR LOAD CORN and PEA MEAL MIXED,
CAR LOAD PATAPSCO PATENT PROCESS
CAR LOADS TIMOTHY HAY.
WILL GUDLT PTE PRICES
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE.
Respectfully soliciting a shaie of your
patronage, we are respectfully,
deel8 A. J. BE ALL & CO.
L A. AST
Tinware & House Furnishing Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
tW WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but Cn.t class hands employed. Call for the
Blip SHEAF STOVE.
Only Vegetable Compound that
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
n 1 WISPS
, act3 airucuy upon me Liver, ana
cures- Liver - Complaints, Jaun
. dice. Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tivenesi Headache. Itassbtsdi:
J -stioni strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifiesthe
' I blood. VA Book sent free. Dr.
'5r Sanforp, ;1 62Broadway, N. Y.
' i' .TO 0AXJB B7;At.L SZtnoQZ8T. -
Chew'only the brand of tobacco knewn at The
Old oaken J
THE old Oaken Bucket, , ; . ti r;
4Tbe Iron-bound bucket v i .
The mosscorered bucket, r
. l-p. That bung In the, well. .;
r ' ' I'.., . . :" r CHAS. B. JONES,
'Charlotte, N. G, Sole Agent
f3T Liberal tenxw to dealers.
THE ONLY MEDICIHEPI
W EITIIKB LIQCin OB iBriOpi II
That Acta at th mm tUie fj
IS'jr LIVES, TEE BO WSLS,
Am TEE SIDNEYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Bvxam we allow Vum great organs to
I become clogged or torpid, and poieonotu l
human are therefore forced into the blood I
that should be expelled naturally. :
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES, !l
PILES, CONSTIPATION, URINARY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
; AJTT NEKTOU8 DISORDERS, ;
by causing free action of these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease, i
Whj raffer Bilioai pains and aches! J
HJTkj tormented with Piles, Constipatind
m . . . a . i. .
fii H ny xrignienea over aisoraerea .iuej
uny enaare neiroas orsica uuiaai
Use KIDNEY-WORTand rejoice in heaUk.
It is put up in Dry YefetmBle Farm, In tin
cans one packagvof which makes six quarts Of
medicine. Also in Liquid Farm, Ttsrj Cimi
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare fC
t-arTfc irfa with eanal efficiencT in either form.
HGET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, Sl.Ow
WELLS, RICHABDS05 A Co., Prop's,
I J (WiU send the dry post-paid.) BCKLT5GT0H, Tt.
ji March 27 ditwlr
BY VIRTUE of a decree of the Superior Court
of the county of Mecklenburg, we will sell at
public auction, at the court house door, in the city
of Charlotte, on
Monday, 16th Day of January, 1882,
the lands which were owned by the lata Mary M.
Wallace. - j
THE HOME PLACE, 4 miles from the idty of
Charlotte, on the Lawyers' road, contalas 408
acres, with a large Brick Dwelling House, good
bams and other improvements.
THE ALLEN PLACE, contains 267 acres, is 4
miles from the city, adjoins the Hone Place, and
lies between the Lawyer road and the Monroe
THE WtfNENS PLACE, on the Potter road, eon
tains 183 acres, adjoins the Home Place, land Is
about the same distance from the city.
THE WILSON PLACE, on the Lawyers' road, 8
miles from Charlotte, contatns 822 acres,
THE BRUMLKY PLACE, on Reedy Creek, 7
miles from Charlotte, contains Q7Mt acres.
We will also sell a valuable Gold Mine, In Un
ion county, near Matthews', known as the Henry
The Home tract; the Allen tract: and the Wilson
tract, each, will first be offered in lots and then as
This sale Is made subject to the raUflcaQcn and
approval of the Court :
Terms: One tenth cash; balance In two equal
installments at one and two years, with security
and interest from date.
Deeds and Plats can be seen at the law office of
usoorne a Maxwell, Charlotte, N. C. t
Parties desiring to examine the property will ap
ply to 8. H. FARf
ROW, at the Brick House place.
w o ifimZrV' CommlM'nra.
December 1, 1881.
XXrTKLISHXD IH 1793, ;
tfTTJ ATCrTITTt T.P V fl i
Ui.JJXJH.XMJ I XJLLU.U) JW, Vl
Among 8outhem BoardtDg Schools '
for boys In age, numbers and area of 1
01 patronage, aiessmg oiud vi 01 a
mile from Barracks for young men of ,
small means. The 176th session be-
gins January 11th, 1882. Tor oata-1
logue giving full particulars a
aeon h r
a oi spring eessum oi laoa wu).
llth. , charges per session ottwemy
weeks: Board (excluslye of Uahta
gllsh course, $76 00. Extra studies
moderate. For Daitloulara anolr to
h LOStj MAWHOOD
"A Tiottm of youthful inrprudenoa catistug Prema
ture Decay, Kerrous Debility, Lost Manhood,' eta,
having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cure, which he wUl sead FREE
to hit fenow-BUfferers. addresa J, IL. UVS
43 Chatham t Ji Y. t .
-Sept is r . . a
1 .J Li' J
Tue official ettirnst the vintage of
Frarw show4.be production to bejbout
German j versmeni QY.er tbe newspa-l
pera ia.be ijymiugnwrej8xactirrg:eYryi
day- '; j T:A -p.: V w"""'"'
A biltKn4sMeeft iatHiaced in thai
aceusea eicriiijjuai uuouB.njfiieu
ta Jteitify in their own defense.. .Jtiq
meeting wi'ttb0i$pjn i
The rarWt4iirfeleaieriof cotton1
kowBf lntaefUBite4 Steswaa.wade
atiarsday.ajt Ddlias; Texas.r rltcoBsfctj
ed:ot 725 "O eoBSiderttW
in round figures, waa : $moolt
purchased forcash by Maj. AD.Kay.j
Bank Examiner? Nhambasrer
ceived all the 'moae- &4o from Mt
Weeks to the Pacificatipnal JBank pf
Boston; JThe bankwiii opeo soon, ind
nafttrjetoottWesattUcipated; tos i
among liberals vandradical reformers
in all Darts of theUnited States as a
prominent nd - popular 4ecturerrdiedt
onuWedaesdaii atnereigenee mttos-,
tori She was rdrtynmeVearsf age. ', '.
: iL TOrinc man named Tom rJencti .Was
FataflTahoT,!lirbUffb' the? Jati&ixx la
WidS darned Mansneid, on ,Wednes-'
LdasaliJibe village of Hendettdnear.
casioaed br a fliipntc'. oyer the collec
tion of a small bill -
Judee Gilbert in the Kincs County
Supreme Court, New York, Thursday
gran tea an orcrer removing jonn jsi.
Giltsir;aspttiernCT forhe defeadanta
irvthe caseif I3K)ma3 fB,jl to recover
$3,7673 from the Fell Dynamic Motor,
Company. Jonn M. uuiteau is a cousin
of the assassin of President Garfield, j
At the American Dairymen's Assb
elation iTiitarsday. atr Syracrasej
Tt. Saier a Japanese stadent at Cornell I
University, read an interesting paper
on the Saya bean, a product of Japan;,
wnicn can De cumvasea m mis coon"
try and is represented as betag veto
nutritions and ntuable for f$$ng ill
stock. ; .
The Michigan Central Railroad Con
Dan v. at Chicaeo. reduced its rates to
all interior points in Michigan on the
oasis or 15 cents on gram to jm ew or&
A uniform rate' Of 17 cents orl provk
8ions to Baltimore has been established
over the Pennsylvania, the Baltimore
and Ohio and the Vanderbilt roads.
A conference of the independent Re
?oblicans of Pennsylvania waa held in
hlladelphia yesterday, Hen. Charges
S. Wolfe and otuer gentlemen promi
nent irrthe uartT 4jeinc Dreseni. .There
was considerable amerenee ox: opinion
as to whetner an independent ticket
should be nominated or whether the
refor m movement should, be earned on
within tbe party lines. A resolution
was finally adopted calling a conven
tion to meet in Philadelphia May 24th
for the nomination of 8tate officers. ...
2 It is stated in Chicago that the suit of
the Fullman Palace Car company vp.
tbe Missouri Pacific Railroad, the main
stem of Gould s Southwestern system,
ia an actual basis of consolidation which
wilt 'fet9 Messrs Vandexbilt and Gould
control of the sleeDihe-car system jof
the United States. - It will be known as,
tbe "Pullman Car company,'' and man'
aeed in accordance with the plans so
successfully inaugurated and followed
out by Mr. Pullman some sixteen years
ago. Mr. Gould and his party left Chi
cago last night for & Louis.
1 1 1 1
HOUTU CABOLISA ITE91S.
There are eleven prisoners, all color
ed, in tbe Chester jaiL r-
Ben Cary, a colored preacher was
convicted last Wednesday at Columbia
for stealing cotton from the Charlotte
Columbia and Augusta depot and sent
Camden Journal: Rev. 1. W. "Wingo,
of Pendleton, s. C has been called by
the concrreeation'of the BaDtiat church
inOamden, to fill the place left vacant
by the resignation of A: W. Lamar. He
has been here" to see the committee; but
has not yet notified them officially of
his acceptance of the cajL A definite
answer.will be given in a few davs.
Dudley JmttsVtusil-tee. and
Sophronia B. Manguin, aged only 12
years, bare just deen married in Cte&
terfield conntr. .r. 1 - -
- The woodenihoes worn by the immi
grants who have settled . in Camden
seem to be regarded as great curiosities
by tbe children around here.
Union Times: Spartanburg has' a
steam fire engine, and the people are
talking , about erecting water works,
having a street rauroaq err MacAdamis-
mg me sweets.
We are pained to bear that Col. R. G.
Davidson died at his residence in iGou
dey villa township, Dec 13, 1881. i CoL
Davidson was quite an old man, but we
are not able to state his exact age, He
was amone tbe first of own acauain-
tance in Union, and we always esteem
ed him as a man 01 the purest and
most, amiable character, a fast friend
and true citixen. 1 ' -;
Chester Bulletin : We learn that a
petition is being circulated petitioning
the General Assembly to pass 'a law
prohibiting the sale of spiritous liquors
There are over 100 bales of cotton
stored in the town of Chester. ' CapL J.
S. Wilson, 01 the firm of ltos-
borough & Co- who is good an-
thoritv in such matters, estf
mates that there jare yet 6000 bales qf
cotton unsold in the county.'
We understand that another factory
is to be built in Rock Hill, adjoining
me present que. ' j large part 01 tne
stock has Deen suoscnoed byKortn
era capitalists. Rock Hill is outstripr
ping Chester, while Chester is "waiting
to see how Rock Hill's factoky will
turn outP-' ; .
i rRaleighiiJTewf . and Observers Rich
ard Morgan, colored,' under sentence of
oesttfc; aied i
morning, of abscess of 1 the lungsi Eft
was convicted at June terml880. of the
murder of M$rAvBuBchi.rh. negro, by
shooting him In the head with ta shot
gun, while-Bjinch sat by the fire1 side in
a cabin. Morgan appealed to the Su
preme court and was granted , a new
trial The case had, been continued tnit
ttlFebruarv termz . Morcran-had been
x,.Atbitmmmiim &th of
another stewing cnizen toust be chron!
lef edi " CapL Tbos.L Ivenoir :dled at his
uequ uttu ior noiau uaut tMU .is aeavu
was hot 'altogether-i'TTiaexpected. He
was one ox tne mciet; progressive farm
ers of the-State. and his "sTjcdess- bad'
given-nunaistaie reputation, f it has
wen oupj avisno :moaince his wire
was-laid -ey, Cpt;r Lenoir was a
neiguDor ancrrrenatr vrmvs more can
4trnckwoOieJx,-Aneviire; - There,is
money in this ; enterpnge, an4 .weuwi&n
Eev. W. J. Bdbtnson, member of North Oa . Con
ference, says: Save taken a a 8. for a clear case
r wczema. eruption has disappearea ana im
iji i .. , j i a ... i t.i j . - - 7 .
The; lynjavr .fntcte.t xeltcdjn
rtAB" A ulUlueiUUlit la lilts truuouiD ui
ihelericdlturists -of me UnltediiJtatss
ijioythfi VtbmSfiVSOk Culture AMuc&r
tid'n tbiippiejof! Ieirre?elat
unv nnwa whinh h(ruln.s anv sisrnal ad-
vancain jthe s-raTsiplflfftertst;
..Kl;nv. . that viin , ;4 -fAolMxrtr aurn
that it will beioyous-nw-to many of j
j our lady readers to aunouocft iliati tiw,
UArninMit Mr. Ji.i SjCrt2ier.rWiLhexerali
Blum. jtSl. mouci laxiu una1 ireva-'ismttiw
cjevenu tnouwtHU iwa hvc wboi vuv.
ed 7of the iiiwt amoved malberriesJ
Quite a stock of mulberry trees xprsalq
ia on sbaid, , Several, thousanrliinore;
bave been. 6r wili1,fcerd'?flror4
T'rane.'1 TarpKnnmbef fiot :gg$ f
best breeds andof guaranted healthfulj
ness .have been . . telegraphed fdt tq
Lvons. France. Afliatarebasbeett Ort
dered and it is expected that serveral b
more will De soonu : Tne eompany Dro-
pose lo raise cocoons from their owri
muiDernes; to raise trees, ior saie: x
sell eares: to. buy cocoons, and to reel
silk. This lasfcoperation has been one J
ui tue Kymg lictjua oi sua. v"vuH u
is a.revofutiOn tit thfrbnsinesSW
Silk taisers a over the lanaivia nau
Wlth"4elight the fact that this business
is$Q ,l)e under j the conduct of sq eminent
a .gentleinan. as Mt. Crofer, Wis a
member" Of trie firm and is tinder bond
to1 stay withthe company at leasfc .flvp
yearsv -Mississippi comes at-once by
this organization to the front rank as a
Lsilk'State. '. Already the interest rnatoi-
Tested . Is so" great' that the denaaiur for I
mm oerry tree ana: eggs j xnreaiens to r
exceed the, suppiy. .;The interest , is al
most Dhenomenal andLqaite surbrialhg.
partioularlymorifif trreladles. 7' T,
' Th A rntn arlrkhift d ahthrtflhrAf 7 irirt
relimateJ&f thefeouth to&iimulberry is
snown :ia theriact tnat'iin Mississippi:
pies) indigenous.;, Its igrowthV'vf-tha
approved Varieties1 for 'Bilk-'Wdraia, 18
amazing at two yean oklh MJi crozier.
inrerms me tnat F u, grows asmucn
HJ4i468 ioiwo jwira as in ranee, in
sissippl whicb ureDandoned on whicb
riieulrrry will make good growth. ?
auk an will give lessons freer of charge
to tnose in her neigaoorhooatrnthe
filatures of the i company.: This, is a
great advantage-arid will induce.many
to take hold of tixe business who wduld
otherwise be deterred through flelf-
mistrtrst- .'-r . i.-.
37 Mm. Tsaehn-A ladv fnrmlr nf T.v.
on& France of Corinth. Miss , who has
successfullyraised silk several years in
Mississippi, ana Air. crozier ana one or
two other gentlemeEL'WillJtleliveTj a
"series of - addresses in : MississiDDi soon
on silk culture. ' Oasses or groups will
be formed and Mr. Crozier, at the criti
cal period of the business, Will visit the
novices or these classes and help them
along free of charge.' Thus you see silk
culture goes ahead under, most superb
auspice8-in Mississippi. ' .. .
. W hat is needed no wis to have, some
signal baptism of '-vashrovng -giant
Philadelphia: has been the cradle arid
nursery. Let us have the baptism at a
national convention of the silk-growers,
to be calledat Philadelphia in May
or June, under the auspices of the Wo
men's Silk Culture AssdpTation of the
United States! Such a meeting la need.
ed and-will be' 1 held somewhere. ;Will
pot the ladles respond to . this Sugges
tion througiutbeuu honored president;
Mrs. J. Lueas? .r,, M.B. IIillyard.
; Mobile, AlanJan..5,4S81. . .
. FOX, .. . .
ertK wkiofet Sargaau waa
Parr Wlflr Valuable Kaowl-
New York Ban.
Wheri the passengers in a third ave
nue elevated railroad" car yesterday
caught sight of the face of a man who
got In at Ninth street,' some of them
moved Into other cars; and ail tbe oth
ers except one went to the other end
of the car, and sat close together there.
The face of the man who caused this
commotion wan covered with big pim
plos. He would have had the end of
the car to himself but for another pass
enger, who remained close to him, look
ed for a moment at his disfigured face,
and then resumed the reading of a
newspaper. The other passengers look
ed at this couple ctiriouBly.? One of
them signaled the man with the news
paper, and he too moved to the crowd
ed end of the coach.
. "That man you sat by appears to i
have the small pox, and I thought you
might like to known it," said the man
who had signaled to the newspaper
he lnV! said the other. I
had been Iookitfg" at him when you
beckoned, "XTe has got acne : that's all."
"I am a surgeon."
-What is acne r u , ; a ,. .
"Acne is merely a cutaneous disease,
producing an eruptioa like,what you
see 'on ms iacai small pox-uoes not
look like that at all."
.1 "How does look?!
- -,WelU whenever yoit aee pimples de
pressed in the center, you may take
that as a sign of small pox. Small pox
pustules appear first on the face, then
on the neck and hands, and afterwards
on the body. At first they are the size
and have the solidity of small shot, but
a layman would not be able to judge of
them until on and after the fourth day,
when they become depressed in the
center-and surrounded by a circle of
pink that turns a dark crimson. These
Simples are often so thick tbatthey ran
)gether. There is an ordor accompany
ing the disease- that, once noticed, can.
not, he forgotten. I am sorry I can't
tell you; more, but I most get off here."
The passengers were interested in
what the surgeon said, and disappoint
ed when his short lecture was ended. :
: ! '
Ail (850,066 Fire in Garreatoa.
Galveston, Jan. 14. The loss by fire
yesterday will exceed $850,ooty The
principal losses and insurance areas,
follows: Moody & Jamison oni build
Pearre&Co., wholesale grocers ,5350,
000. insurance &97.O0O: - Miller fc. Eng
lish, wholesale grocers. S130.000." Insu
rance $85,000 ; Coarity library. ,25
insurance $22,500 Ml Jobnel and ' Ji 'B:
Cole en bundini'a2OjD00 ;. MesstSiii WH4
kins on building $18,000, insurance
80)00; E. Kaufman on building $2Q,000,
insurance BlOQBi S. Brown & Co,
.wholesale hardware, damage bf re
moval $150,00 ;E. S. Wood & Sohj bard
ware, damage to building and stocky
$10,000; Thompson,' George CoH.
wholesale druggists, damage byrepiov-
? PBX1TJLTDBX LOSS 07 THE HAJB; .
be ntlrely , prevented . by the use of BTJB.
iraTlVJXXXUISngiXIlo. other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties which so exactly
eultfeevartous conditions of the human hair. It
wmenspie lilufwrjenharshand drj. It aoothea
the irritated scalp. u It affords the richest lustra, it
4aeventajBe JuOrJromjUlU'g bfC1 It proaMtea its:
healthy, vigorous -erovth. Jt ls "noT greasy 'nor
f fSti? Je wo dJaagrjeable odori Jt kill.
i 3umetf Ttavormr fatraetaawtown to Wthe
a '-. i .
DOST DIX Df TBI BOOSK. V
U for "Hough on Bats." It clears
out rats, m
j'Dugjroacnes. vermin, files,
4ILK CfJIiTUIlB t TUB ptJMTr
$130,000, insurance $6UQ09; Mren-
r6Ulaca?5 C04 Wholesale ary, goods,
26.000. insurance $360,000: C":M:
sjsji -sm Ji
Heiiratgi&t Sci&tfca, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,)
Goat, QuMS,oro ThroatySwoll-
ings ttfuf Sprains', Burns ina r j
' :x; : Scafds; General Bodily '
- Pains, -i:-.
Tooth, Ear. and Headache, Frosted
' Feet and Ears, and all other
f Pains, and Aches.
Hd PreparaUoii oil earth aonals St. Jacobs On.
as a etfe, sure, sdmpl and eAerj Xxtarnal
Bemedy. A trial entails bat die eomparattvely
Arlflug outlay of &0 Ceata4d every one saflering
with paia ein have ebeap and positive proof of its
l.ijrireefitnHlri Xlevee Ingiiajraa ; i
fi0Ln.,BY ALL DBUS0I8TS IBS
, . tsTiEiiiOias. '
JtXa -: VJX Te 1 1 T IT, PC IslF.,
r-iwiii fi i ut-1 it 11 u
1 ' - EVERYLADY
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
Teuring a soft and brilliant
jComplexion, no matter Low
) poor it may naturally "be.
Hasan's Magnolia Balm is a
.delicate and harmless arti
clirhfch instantly remoyes
Trectles, Tan, Kedness,
, Jtonghness, Eruptions, Vul-
$r Flushings, etc., etc So
elicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
No lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
OW IN THE CITY.
A LARGE STOCK OP MN1TI1E
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
E. M. ANDREWS,
SPliBJf DID ABSOETMENT
Chew only tbe brand, of tobaeco knewn as Tba
Old Oaken pucket ;
- i - . -t.-'tii . 'ti
Tm old Oaken Bucket; t . r
tThe iron bound bucket' - j - '
-The moss-covered bucket'
.T - ' A That hung in the welL
CHAS. B. JONES.
Liberal terms to deSs? '
Pitflpf I Frames,
i- ...' '. . .' ' ' ' .'' : ''-!
r . ,n . .- -4. ' ' ' '
. . , f H . . ,
-" - r.. T-i . :
IVorth Carolina Railroad.
TBAIKS 0OIHO EAST.
Date, Dec IS. 8;
No. 55 .No Bl Ko. 53
Dany. - DaUy. DaUy.
4.8tpm, 830am &10pm
&17pm 5.80 a m lu.02 p m
&OOpm 7.86am (2 05am
8.18 p m 7.5ft a m 12.15 a m
7.40 a m 8.55 p m
4.20 p m
Arrive N Danmie
r Arrive hlchmond.
No. 51- Connects at Greensboro' with- BAD.
B. B. for all points East and We-t, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Balelgh and
Goldsboro. ' . . ..
-MHO. ad connecu at Greensboro' with B. D.
B. H. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Richmond. -
Ho. 53 -Connects at Greensboro' with B. & D.
R. B for all points East and West, via Danville
TBAtNS GOING WEST.
Date. Dec 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dxlly Daily. Dally.
Leave Ooldshoro' 12.20 p m
Arrive BaJelghw 12.40 pm
Leave BalelKh. 4 00 pm ,
Leive Richmond, . 12 07 pm I f .25 pm
" N.Danville T 48pm 030pm 7.K5am
Arrive 6reensrro fl 80 p 8.80 pm 9 80am
.Leave Greensb'ro 9.85 p m 8.40 p m 9 85 a m
Leave Ballsbury. 11.15 pm 10.87 m 11.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.4X) am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
N. W. N. C. It A I Li HO A D.
. :.. Na 50-DaIly.
Leave Greensboro. 9.51 p m
Arrive Eernersville. '.. 11.07 pm
Arrive Salem 11.50 p.m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro ...10.00 am
Anlve Kernersrllle 1 1.00 a m
Arrive Salem. ll.80a m
. GOING EAST.
, . rNO. 61 Dally, except Sunday.
LeaveSalem.... 7.30 a m
Arrive Kernersvlile 8.04 am
jArrlve Greensboro. 9.00 am
, v NO. 53 Dally. : .
Leave Salem. 4.80 p m
Arrive Kemersville 5.10 pm
Arrive Greensboro 6 80 p m
1 Pullian Sleepins Cars Mont Change
, On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and Naw
On Train No. 6, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
" Oh Train No. 58, between Atlanta and Washing
ton. vi Danville.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
, On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via DanvMe.
On Train No 64, between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
tS'" Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldsboro'. Salb-bmy and Charlotte, and
principal points South. Southwest. West, North
and East. K r Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address.
General Paf senger Agent.
decSl Richmond, Va.
PURSUANT to a decree or tbe Superior Ourt of
Mecklenburg, 1 wl.l tll at Public Auc:loa at the
court bouse in Cuariotte, on
MONDAY, THE 27TH OF FKBBUARY, 1 882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the intersection
of the orth Carolina Upllroad track and Trade
street adjoining tbe P M. Brown lots and others.
now known as the Butler property.
Resold because of puich&sei at late sale falling
Terms 1 cash; balsnce on 3 and 6 months
credit, with Interest Title reserved as security for
balance. R. BARrtlNGER,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
W. H. CHICK,
Having removed to ihe shop, on Tryon street, over
tbe independent Hook & Ladder Truck House, is
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and OR N AM KN T A L PAINTING, susri as
Guilding, KalsomiDiiig, Frescaing, 4c.
pLORIDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
band Turkeys, Geese, Eggs and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and New Orleans Molasses.
S. M. HOWELL.
Everybody wants It, but very few get It,
because most people do not know how to
adept coffee, or it is spoiled in the roasting
or making. , To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurbcrs package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un
derstands the art Of blending1 various fla
vors. They arc roasted ia the most perfect
manner (it is impossible to roast well in
small quantities), then put in pound pack
ages (t ihe bean, not ground,) bearing our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe far making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's 7$o. 3tf'
strong and pungent, Thurber'a "No. 41,"
mild and rich. One or tha other will
suit every taste. They have the throe
great points, good quality, honest quart,
tity reasonable, price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber' a roasted Coffee in pound pack'
ages, "No. 34" or "No. 41." Do not be put
off with any other kind your own palate
will tell you what is best.
Where persons desire it we also . furnish
the "JdeaV' Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
. Respectfully, fcc, "
H. K. & F. B. THURBES & CO,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Boasters, New York.
P. S As the largest dealers ta.food pro
ducts in the world, we consider it our In
terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
gfactoxy maimer. -All goods bearing
.&ir name are giranteed tobato s4periQ$
'quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers!
are anthorizod .to rqfund the purchase
price-in ,any case, where customers have
. cause for dissatisfaction. It is thereforo
to . the Interest of both dealers and ootj
Bumers to ugo Thurper'g brand, v
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HiEADQUAETIES TOE DEUMMEES.
fT?BI8 houee has been teased for a term of years
by tors. PtBeCTea, whose1 UitehHotf la 'tS
keep astrietly firstcJass nouse in every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on first and second
- The patronage, of the pubUc Is solicited : f ,
Wo continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Marka. Copyrights, etc for tha United states.
Canada, Cuba. Emrland. Franm. nwmim At XfTe
have had thlrty-flve years' experience.
cuivmin wuuugu us HTHBuucea in ue kct
MmnaAMHUCAii. 'This large and splendid lllus
bated weeklypaper,83.20 a year.shows the Procresa
ot science, l very Interesting, and has an enormous
circulation, iddress MUNN A CO, Patent golicl
tors, Pub's, oi Scikntifio Ahxeicav, 87 Park Sow.
AB KATJ riFTJI OUGA Jf, tbe M03tAKT," new
N. 12,0001 27istopa. 10 full sets boluen t?, ,
pue Redi, SOLID WALNUT Highly Hoilsl 'i
Case. New and valuable improvements lust
ded. Stool, book, musie.' Hoxed and delivered 7.,,"
Net Cash, batlsfactton guaranteed In e?m rr'
ttcularor money tefunded after one yeai's.me
bjiis auouinr. u is a sur.dinv
Auvertlsemeni. ' order at ooce. No.h nit saved hi
coResponcteore. My new factory Ju-t coinoieted
capacity 2.0ta instruments every 2rt
lHtest..l-ibor-aavlnt: wood-working machine
Vasstetpltal enables me to manufacturd :vtt,
goods for less money tnan ever Aadre . ri-.ii
Upon DArtlKL F. BETTY
Washington. New Jersey.
est table, calendar, eic. Pent to any address 7,,,
receipt on two Thrke-Ckni' tamps. Address
CHAkLKd K. BIht-'
48 N. Delaware Ave. Phlia
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All persona wishing to parch nan (or ex
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vited to visit ear Warerooms.
Send for Circular and Price List.
CHICKERIHG & SONS,
100 Fifth Avenue. N.Y. 156 Tremont St., Boston.
f -m J. Urn
SSfSEXD FOS CIRCULAHS.-.
Victor Sewing Isle Co,,
SOUTHERN OFFTCR No. 8 N. Charles street,
novll d$w . . '
DO IT Fi
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MaJCE
Your Holiday Purchases.
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but if jou will call we will satisfy you that we have
the finest assortment of
eyar brought to this market.
Call and see our Display whetht r you buy cy not.
A fine lot xI
r all deselpilons. Just received. Remn,ler
. noLe can under-buy us, and none can
1 ? under sell us.
de?18:! :K :fv; ',.
ADE8IRABLK jesidepce, three blocks from iav
public Bouare to charlotte, will bp sold chelp
and on reaaopable terms to the right kind of a
M5l2fJ:-Tne delhn J on a fulllot, has i nine
!!lTe 0UM admirably adapted for tbe
Sn" anMfi Pwacier. haVl"i
an admirable library or study room, built for the
E11,.?? IurUlBI Paryculara,' priSs, tern"
6ful&?- -. THllWlCE.
TPS ttt" corner of Klnth" steet and the
yL.?0!"? Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet on
it5.!M,ad.i9dieet?, ill North Carolina
wifEi , TmJlT as a wholeor divided
Into two lots of 70 by 1 96 feet Suitable either for
funding or tacton purposes. t Apply to
UI u ft