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DOBBINS" STARCH POUSH;
11 -yff SHmBfO
An Important dis
covery, ty which
every family may
give their linen
that beatuifnt fin
ish peculiar to fine
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. T30B6INS, Philadelphia, Pa.
mim im mm hb m a m
V t. tli HULP
k . V RICHMOND EW6RAVtH&C0.
CHAS. R. JONES,
L L GASTON,
Tinware & House FurnishiDg Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first -class hands employed. Call for the
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.
A LOT OF ELEGANT
Plated Ware and China Sets,
Onlyyegetable Compound that
- acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tiveness, Headache. Itassistsdi
gtionstrengtfiens the system,
regulates the bowels, purines the
blood. ; A Book? sent ireei.! Dr.
Sanpord, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
?OJft 0AIX 8Y All
-; -amlS-Hleod eon-iy.J J
: y Chew only the brand of tobacco known aa! The
Old Oaken Bucket. - . . j
;The lren-boand backet; . .;
That hung In the!welL.;
' -- CHAS. B JONES,
-, Charlotte, N. a, Sole Agent.
Liberal term to dealers. ,A - ,r
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
J. Brookneld & ft,
THE ONLY MEDICINE
I!T EITHER LIQUID OB DEIFOBH
That Acta at the wme time n
3 TES LI7SU, TBS 20W2LS,
WHY ARE WE SICK?
BeccniM we allow Out great organ to
become cloaaed or torpid, and poitonout
humor tare therefore forced into the blood Hi
M that ehoxddbe expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES, I
. LIVER COMPLAINTS,
PILES, CONSTTPATIOir, XTRIKART
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AXD XEBVOTJS DISORDERS,
by canting free action of these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why goffer Billons pains and aches!
HThj tormented with Fllei, Constipation!
1171 M.U..I a... Liinlnul 1Tt1int
lThj endare nerrons or sick headaches!
Use KIDKET-WOETand rejoice in healtk.
It la pot up In Dry Tefetefcl Fens. Inttn
cans one package of which makaa Bin quarts Of
medicine. Also in Ugnid Fesan. eT ?
traced, for those that cannot readily prepaae tt. fl
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS, BICHABDS05 & Co.,Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) fCBUISTOI, TT.
NOW IN THE CITY.
A LARGE STOCK OP FDBNITDBE
AT WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
E. M. ANDREWS,
SSTBUBHED IS 1708, -
MEBABEYILLf!, H. 0.,
Among Southern Boarding Schools
lor DOTS In nnt nnmhnrm nnrt nra of
ot patronage. Messing club of a
mile from Barracks for young men of
small means. The 176th session be
gins January lith, 1882. For cata
logue eving lull particulars addresa --MAJ.
deel7 tt Bnpenatepdent.
. y GttSKNBBOBO, K. O.
rpHE spring Session of 1882 will
iTi.bWtto on "Wednesday, January
11th. Charges per session of twenty
weekst Board (exoUisrre of lights
and washing) and tuition, m fullSn
gllah coureeSTS-OO. Extra studies
moderate, vlror paitlculars annlr to
. ; D1SCOYERYI
LOST NrANHOOD RESTORED. 1
" Atiotlmof yonthral irrrrrnftrnrin iiisHnii Prema
fare Decay, Kerrous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc
baring tried in Tain every known -remedyl has dis
coreredaMHipleaelf cure, hlchb -rilt send FBEB
to hit XeQow-aaSeMrs. address HV HKEVIi.
43 Chatham St., N. Y. - y
a hi ur w
T HUBSD AY; ( J AN. 19. 1882.- w
Bishop , H. H. Kavanaurir, r of " the
eightieths 1jjTjday.aniverarr 'atihls
nAai- Wild' i a rienhew -of -the, law
Jtiidg tfohnWgsbury-Afg.f fWl
The Elizabeth City and NdrfHfRaii-
road is beiteafter, to vha ;knQW;W;t
lorfoljfc and SouerrL.; ; , iv'i
day by officers and directors of theeomf
pany. The road Is completed to within;
one and one-quarter miles of .Towson-
town. . : . ...--: - ;
Mrs. Rachel D. Foote, widow of the
lateexrGov. Henry S. Foote, died near
Nashville, Tenn, on the evenirjgpt
January , at the residence of hex son,
Robert G. Smiley. . : i
' :Ex Vice-Pre8ident Wheeler, who -is
m.ia aeekincr health ifi Tennessee. He
iljgdiiig to California nextspring. . !
A special meeting of the city council
of Petersburg, Va, was held yesterday,
to take steps looking to the protection
of the city from small-pox. In the ad
jacent county, a short distance from
Petersburg, there are two or threp cases
of the disease. . -'i. a
Shipbuilding m New England threat - 1
fins to become one of the l8t 'arts.
Puring the past year only eleven sea
going vessels were launched in the dis
trict of Boston, and their burthen in
the aggregate was but 8,480 tons.
Inrthe investigation of frauds la the
cations of narticular
18T7, but before be onciudeaniasearcn
the books for those years disappeared
and cannot now be found. - f r. '
Thaddena O..L6ane. a'Aremau.' while
holding the nozzle of line of ;1ob
thro wirifir- a tjo vrerf nl stream tn a burn
ing baildirig h tlainQeld, .; on Sat
urday, lost control or ine pipe, no. ine
stream of water struck ' him on tpe
cheek, crushing in one side of his face
and infiictincr serious internal injuries.
His recovery is doubtful. ; -
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Permanent Exhibition
Company at Philadelphia yesterday, it
was stated that $97,000 had been re
ceived for the main centennial building
and $21,422 from the sale of other
effects. At the final winding up there
will be a balance of about $55,000 to be
divided among the stockholders.
Sn ibrn;jt gricul tare.
The question why the South gives its
time and attention so largely to the
culture of cotton to the great exclusion
of other crops is attracting attention in
this country, and the St Louis Republi
can furnishes certain data in response
to this question which are of peculiar
interest to our people.
It was shoWn by the Federal census
of 1880 that the ten Cotton States
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Ten
nessee planted in that year 14347,000
acres in cotton. - The yield was 5,706,453
bales, or an average of a thirdof a bale
to the acre, while the value of the crop
was nearly $300,000,000, or nearly $22
per acre, a return well calculated to in
duce the Southern .planter to bestow
more attention upon the srreat staple
than upon any other product of the
It is also stated that the same States
planted in corn that year 1885,000
acres, which yielded about fourteen
bushels per acre, or a total of about
250,000,000 bushels: The value of this
corn was not above $125,000,000, or
about $7 per acre. This very gret dis
parity between toe value of tne product
of an acre in cotton and one in corn
affords, as our contemporary says, "the
reason why planters have stuck so dog
gedly to cotton against all the advice
and theorizing of newspapers and ama
teur farmers at a distance. The only
reasons that even so much corn is
planted as is indicated u in the above
Qgures, are that it can be cultivated at
such times as labor can be spared from
cotton, and the inconvenience and ex
pense of buying and transporting grain
to localities distant from railroads and
rivers. Of course a redaction in the
price of cotton would be an inducement
to plant more corn; and additional at
tention given to it and improved culti-.
vation wonld increase the yield and the
value of the crop."
Tnere are some interesting reflections
arising from the facts above alluded to.
Take the ten States named, and we find
tney planted in 1880 in cotton, corn and
wheat about 35,000,000 acres, the value
of the crop from which was close to $12
per acre, averaging the whole area.
This, it is worth while to remember, is
above the value, of the average crop of
corn and wheat in the agricultural
States of the North and West and Cen
tral States of the Union, and. as the Re
publican states further, "the figures in
dicate that there is much to induce ag
riculturists to seek the cotton States,
especially such as believe an improved
grade of farming on farms of a small
scale would increase the productive
ne&s of that section." " ;
. ArBeeche Retraction,
. Irr nla.,Jla8t tfdayorning sermon
ttev.'Uenry Ward Beecher made a com
plete disavowal fof iiis j recent ' charges
against the Brooklyn board-6f educa
tion aniLthe jvomeixrploy)edas teach
era in, the jroblie raehoolsrr' The charges
were Yery serjotisvinvolring the moral
ity of; jtetaMe jhewand active steps
were beintiakBiiio force Mr. Beecher
VBhii charcreibut hia -miblic re
urr win -DflrnaTm- Rnatcna; marcAr.
The1 NewvYork -Tribuhr -which was a
stannch enpporterof Mr. Beecher dur
ing bisr - troubles with the Tiltons, in
alluding t0' his last Sunday's disavowal
says- editorially . "Seldom has the
Christian pulpit appeared to as little
advantage as on this occasion, when a
great preacher , felt compelled to swal
low a mouthful K)f his own calumny."
inaasey laid Out lo Caacns,
Richmond, yA., Jan. 18. after a long
and desperate fight the Beadjuster cau
cus, at 12:45 nominated Brown Allen,
of Augusta county, for auditor of pub
lic accounts by a vote of 45 to 22 for
John E. Massey, the present incum
bent. Massey's defeat was due to his
refusal to submit to caucus dictation
relative to the appointments of subor
dinates in his office. Six of his friends
withdrew from the caucus before the
vote wair taken. There is some talfcof
his nomination in the General A&sem.
ply ,fx-morrow .;with : the hope - that
enougn or ) ms disaffected friends will
join with1 the Democrats- to elect him
anyhow. . i
RsUlrostd OoUialon at Blacaa, Gs.
Macon, Ga-, Jan. 18. The outgoing
Eassenb;er. train for Columbia Was run
l to this morning at 8:15, just outside
of the car-shed by the engine of a
freight from, Savannahs The collision
turned over two coaches. Mr. Brown'
Wilberly, of Perry, had an ankle se
verely sprained but no other-persons
wereinjured.t: :jl c c.
- 'Ki,iltl' j - 'i
X CABB. ".Jl'-l
To an who an Buffering from the errors and tn
dlseretton of youtti, nerrons weakness, early decay
oss of manhood. Ac.,1 will send a recipe that will
cure you. FREE of CHARGE. , This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South Anwrlca,
Henri a eelf-ftddressed envelope to the Rw
JOSEPH T. 1MMAN. Station D, &ew York C!t$ .
Philadelphia, tax-office Tfcf weceiver
Hunter recently discovered plto indi-
frauds inasro ana
rrThere araBiiteenidaricted murd; r
fiia imthtf TambsNjP Rgtk.fr a r
f-1 For ty-fiirefmeinbers of "the txewdegis
Utur.ejof j?cjm3roreiga boixu
r Philadelphia' Imports, in 1881 j were
$29,-5G4 against JfcSSJ'U. in 1880;
a decrease of overjap cep ;?r
The government of -SflnthT Australia
is about to build -a' hew. house of par-:
liamentat' Adelaide," at a1 cost - of t$4;-
TriA 'tiiirnber f - known -tnietes ai
Urge in England ; last -year, inclading
depredators,' receivers, of stolen soods
lindrSijspectecU WW? S9,4S5, aKajns?1
048 lathe prevloWieaT,1 and 40,829 ia
1878. ' "i i "'- r 'J ' ;
' 1 TTSfl alue of :Kansas farm tMroductS
forl881 foots np $l224e,490rthwhighe
prices realized iiaving : maide tba total
aination Jorty percent highextiian,te
anv,Dreyiou3 year tboueh the average
yield, throughout the State wa not to
t9at as In 1880. - '- '" ,
The Glraro! fund for the support of
the Girard fcollege, Philadelphia,: last
year amounted to 6900,000. : WiihiDaT
proved business, it is said it will easily
net $1,000,000 In 1882.
Twn Mil wankea men have been down
tr ftnatemala and bousrht 4.000 acres of
land it; ia said that next spring will See
a colony of wisconsiners mtjenirai
America trying to - get rich by raising
coffee ana tnings.
Mormonism has broken out in a ner
rnnrri. nniMh.n nf i tha T1th In.
- and Wilson by name, have appeared
regi6n,'.:.and. are having good sflccess;
111 raVHLLH UUUULV. X (W. Cfe IUUUUUUUUUO
i!N6w York did ' the bandaomfr thing;
in Its contributions to the sufferers by
the Michigan fire, the aggregate footing
up over 6143,000. Such a footing up; is
creditable to the humanity of a great
ana weawuT cii-y.
Bostoniana are distressed over the
announcement that the bean crop of
Massac ausetts is infestedrwitn a smaii
hbu.k flv. tn which several cases of
poisoning have, .been taacexiL ' Without
pork, and beans . the. average Bostohian
can never, oe nappy,
' A movement even- in advanceof oa
fail road baggage system has been inau
gurated in England. The directors jof
the Great Eastern railway undertake,
f fom the beginning of the year, to' qer
liver in London passengers' baggage.
nreviouslvso booked, free of cha
within the carriage limits of the coin
nanv. Delivery carts are to be dis
patched from the Liverpool street sta
tion six times a day.
According to a . German economist,
the income oi the world Is $13,520,000,-
debt, $10,926,000,000; taxes, $2,002,-
000.000: capital, $85,612,000,000. Sweden
nas , tpe ; smallest aeot, or 50,000,000 ;
France the largest, or $2,140,000,000.
The United States has the largest in
come, and England the most capital.'
Italy is the beaviest taxed, paying 35
per cent, of its income for taxes to the
average 15 per cent of other nations.
Kiibblbg-10 ikelr Deaths.
"How ard," the Ne w ;York correspond:
ent of the Philadelphia Times, writes:
Our 'firsTbiUzgns' are "going off like
hot cakes. It's as much as a fellow can
do to attend to his business and pay the
last sad tribute to departed friends
First-cjiasa funerals are of daily occur
rence, and there are more mourners in
the streets than ever before. Other
things are happening, too, and among
them sof tening of the brain. For years
nntine-UOuse sqiiare, tne Astor
Rouse rotunda, Deimonico's and the
Brunswick have been frequented by a
nanasotne-iacea, oig wue-eyea, iraus
mannered, open-handed paper dealer,
known to every one, and a jolly good
fellow all the time. He was a fast liver.
a hard drinker, and a very, light sleeper.
He made money easily spent it like
water, and was the personification of
generous recklessness. : Result : Soften-
rng of the braijv About three weeks
ago he was taken to an insane asyluni,
where he is of, course abuiidantly ctireci
for, but the doctors say ne is hopelessly
idiotic. A friend of mine, one of these
self-sacrificing chaps, went to see him.
The poor fellow is poisoned by tobacco.
ne smokea cigarettes constantly, so
much so that his forefinger and thumb
were yejlo w stained. This complicates
matters. If he were devitalized by loss
of sleep only, rest and; 'regular .hours
mighWecuperate him If Tiis interior
was simply overcharged, with alcohol,
proper nedicaments and total . abatis
nece from intoxicating; drink might
bring him up again. But on ton. through
under and ail about every muscle,! fiber
ana Tissue oi. nis mental, : moral f ana
physical nature is that ineffaceable
stain that nicotine atone can give and
V Ah v bod v else V 1 ' . . ;
Yes, indeed. ; They may : not be lite
rally in insane asylums, out tney are
the merest wrecks of old-time tlory
Come with ' me to, that great exchange
of down town workers, the rotunda of
the Astor House, and, stand near the
cashier.- The place Is packed full from
noon until S, and tolerably full the rest
of the dav. Thousands eat and thou
sands drink and thousands Brhoke there
every day. The monthly profits are said
to oe $15,000 a great dead .01 money,
la: it the" same crowd T . Are they the
same tbouianda? rotj.by va ; jug f ulh
Within the past five years two genera-
ttons-have coma and goneVand the third
is rushing alonsr as last as it can go.
; Br eatinsr fast, drinking faster, and
puff, pufl, puffing with the, eagerness of
a race norse, bound to win ana lose no
time. . There they stand or sit as the
case may be If they eat, they throw
their victuals down at a gulp. If they
drink, "it's one, two, three, "give me a
cnecK, . ana off, they go.
: And then? -
" Well they work Ull night, take their
dinner, and repeat the dose in some up
town bouse, according to, their means.
xne cmer places are ueimonicors, tne
Brunswick, the ; Fifth-A venue, the St,
James and the Hoffman. Accustomed
though you may be to gay and festive
developments I can show you sights
here in the gastronomic line that would
open your eyes with wonder and shut
em up again m disgust,
But it isn't well, its fearful, and the
few temperate old chaos who witness
this social breakup; who see friend after
friend depart-who has. ' pot' lost a
friendrWare paralyzed with fear lest
some day we be left alone in our glory.
- Hrs. WlnaloWs Soothing Syrup fa the prescrlpr
tion of one ftf the best Jemaie Physicians and
NHraeln theUnlted.tates.and has been aed
for tortyyeaw with neverfaiHng-safety and uo
m by millions of mothers and children fremh
leepj lnffljit ot one week otdX0 the adult Jt
eorreijta fteidUY of the stomach,' reHevea wind
and comfort to- mother aptf -IktinWe beuey e it
wo omftww Barest msamn m-uyst wvna, in au
wneuwr h nrues own tewntna ufMro
cause. FuU directions for using wiMH
each bottle. "None Mnnhm nn Imm tha
Of Curtis A Peraifia. ia on the outside wmi
poia oj mo- nseqtooe aeaiers. out a
)Ka ha rpterjr Tpatented Ihe cse of BOB
HITT'aoOXXUajaLri No; ottet' Wpoand:ttoe)-r
ease th peiiar TnertleaN Aichao exactly
salt Uia virions condltloni of-human natr. it
softens toe hair wUen harsh and'y:'. tt ! soothes
UietettatMaeairsw-U aSordAthe richest tostrtB
Treventathe haU from facing oft It promotes tts
neaiUiT,. vigorous growtur I1 1 not qgreasy nor
sticky. lt leave . no disagreeable odor. n kola
dandruff.'' ;.t , ;
. Bnrnett'i Kavorlng Ixtracta'areknwn to be the
JAY OOUIiD liATESX SCHEME.
Arrangi ug : tor llirtsct -XelSTapIilc
kadF(ath-America. : , ,.,ir
IfeleerahiccommunicatioB' between .
North and -South -America; which has
been cariied or t in a very, roundabout
way is to beimade more direct under a
scheme originating: ' with vay- Gould,
who is at the bead or tne American
Clable Comnanv. J It has been ; known
IhatcMr.iGould sought .to get a conces
sion for landing a cable at Brazil; and
the Hio de Janeiro Jornal De Commer
cio of December announces that Mr.
Oould's tlan is to lav a cable throusb'
the Bermudas to St Thomas, thence in
uneaual ..curves to Paramaribo, in
Dutch Giiinea, and from 'that point to
TPraU thflnnnitiii rrf thA
ErovinO ofCeara in Brazil . The cable
as been ordered and the Brazilians are
w Vr , T.7 n Tr miT r ikil
yfrnllAMj alliiuvioij iui tun wiu(ucuuu
of the line. Besides this, telegraphic
communication ' between .New xorfc
and' South : American Republics, will
Al30.be established by way, of Vera
Cruz and Panama. The t;entrai and
South American Telegraph Company
is pushing the construction of itsiand
lines ana laying tne caoies as rapiaiy
as the wires are supplied, rxear ao
miral Balirh, commanding . the Pacific
squadron, has been ordered by the Sec
re tarv ef the Navy to render assistance
in laying the cable, the president of the 1
company having suggested tnat an
eariy completion pi me nuea is uesira
ble owing to the disturbed condition -of
affairs in Peru and Chili. Jt is, expect-1
ed-that the lines, will be completed by
Kidney-Wort moves the bowels reeularlr.
deansjas the blood, and radically cures kidney
disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache, and pains
which are caused by disordered liver and kidneys.
Thousands have been cured why should you not
try it? Yoor drogglst win tell you that it Is one of
the most successful medicines ever known.- It is
sold In both dry and liquid form, and its action Is
positive and sure in either. Dallas. Texas Herald.
EnxlrVltse for Women. -Mrs. Lrdia E. Pink-
ban "288 ; Western Avenue, Lynn. Mass.. has
made the discovers! Her Vegetable Compound iff
poeiuve euro iot iemtue compiamis. a. line aa
dressed to this lady will elicit all necessary infor
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quins, Sore Throat, SwelI
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth', Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
Ho Preparation on earth equals Sr. Jacobs Oil
as a safe, smre, simple and cheap External
Beaedy. A trial entails bat the comparatively
trifling outlay of 60 Cents, and every one suffering
with paia oaa hava oheap aad positive proof of its
Sections in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DEUGGIST8 AID DEALERS
A. VOGZIiER & CO.,
Baltimore, XTcL, U. M. JU
0ee80ak w ly
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There eiisits a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally be.
Hagan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Redness.
Ronghness, . Eruptions, Vnl-
far 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 flee in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Van Hess9 Galfeiry.
Chew onlv4ha brand
of tobacco, known as The
Old Oaken Bucket -
:;HX old Ctoea Bucket; : v
XnTbe iron bound bucket,"1 "; : ; u . '"'.
-i. .-TJieoss-eovered backet,- i
"klir. ' ,Charkte,Ji. Creole Agent,
Liberal terms to dealers. ...-,-.77
Worth Carolina Railroad.
" . . TRAINS GOINQ BAST,
Date, Dec" 18, '8 i ' Ho. SB No Zl ' No. 53
. :-v : Dally" DaUy.-. Da
LeavChirlotte, 1 4.80 p m b 80 a m & 1 0 p m
" - Saltsbury,- 6.1T p m I-5.80 a m lu.02 p m
iArrlveGreensb'ro 8.00pm 7.38am 1 2 05am
Leave wreeDsb'ro ai8 p m 7.5H a m 12.15 am
Arrive N Danville 10.10 p m 10 00 a m 12 23 am
Leave N Danville 1 1.80 p m 10 15 a m
Arrive Richmond, 7.40 a m 8.55 p m.
Leave Greensb'ro . 9.50 am r
Arrive Balelgh. 1.52 pm ' -
Leave ValetKh,.. J 2.17 p m
. Arrive OoldsDoro' 4.20 p m
No. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with B
B. B. for all points East and West via Danville
1 Bmond, also with train lor aaieign ana
ho. 65Connects at Greensboro' with B. Sc D.
B. U for all points East and West, via Danville
So. 63 Connects at Greenstorb with B. D.
B. B. for all ' points Bast and West, via Danville
TBAIN3 GOING WBSI. ,
Date.Deal8,'81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Daily. Dairy. Dally.
Leave Goldstwio" . 12 20pm
Arrive Baleigh,.. 12.40 pm
Leave BaleUch, - ' 400 pm
Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm 11.25 pro.
" N.DanviUe 7 48 pm 80 p m 7.85 a m
Arrive Greensrro V 80 pm 8.80 pm 9 30 am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.85 p m 8.40 pm 9 85 a m
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15pm 10.87 m 11.22am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 aln 12.25 m 1.05 pm
N. W. N. C. RAILKOAD.
Leave Greensboro. 0.51 pm
Arrive Kernerevlle. 11.07 pm
i ulve Salem .-. . 1 1.50 p m
. , NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.00 a m
Arrive Kemeravllle 11.00 a m
Arrive 8alem. 11.80 a m
: - NO. 51 DaUy, except Sunday.
Leave Salem.... 7.30 am
Arrive Kerneisv 'le 8.04 am
Arrive Greensboro.. 9.00 a m
Leave Salem ...... ....... 4.30 pm
Arrive Kernersvllle 6. 1 0 p na
Arrive Greensboro 6.80 p m
Pallman SleeM Cars Without utee
On Train No. 6F, between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville.
On Train No. 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Train No. 53, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Danville.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
on Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danville
On Train No 54., batween Washington an 3 At
lanta, via Danville,
H"FThrough Tickets on sale at Greenabore',
Baletgh, Goldsboro'. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, t-outhwest. West. North
and Bast. Kit Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address.
Genernl Pafseneer Agent.
decSl Bichmond, Va.
PUBSUANT lo a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I wi 1 sell at Public Auction at the
court bouse In Charlotte, on
MONDAY, THS 27TH OF FEBRUARY. 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel of land ljlng between the intersection
of the North Carolina Hailroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler property.
Resold because of purchaser at late sala falling
Terms cash; balance on 3 and 6 months
credit, with Interest Title reserved as security for
balance. ; B. BARrtlNGER,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
W. H. CHICK,
Having removed tn the shop, on Trvon street, over
the indenendent Hook & Ladder Truck House, is
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, such as
Guilding, KalsomiDisg, Frescoing, fc
LOBIDA . 0BANGE3 and LEMONS; also on
hand Turkeys, Geese, Eggs end Cranberries,
Buckwheat TTnur and New Orl: ens Molasses.
S. M. HOWELL.
Everybody wants It, but very few gat It,
because most people do not know how to
gelect ooflee, or it is spoiled In the roasting
or making. To" obviate these difficulties
has been our study; Thurber's -package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un
derstands the art of blending various fla
vors. They are roasted in the most perfect
manner (it is Impossible to roast weU in
small quantities), then put in pound .pack
ages (in the bean, not ground,) bearing our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
redpe for making good Goffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's "No. 84,"
strong and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. One or the other wiU
suit every taste. They have the threo
great . points, good quality, honest quan
tity, reaaonqble price. Aa7t your Grace?
fcir Thurber'8 roasted Cbffee 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 "Ideal! Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
EL4F.B. THURBER fc CO,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
p. As the largest dealers in food pro
ducts in the world, we consider it our in?
terest to manufacture only pure and who
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of superior
quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
axe authorized to refund the purchase
price In any case where customers have
cause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore
to the interest of both dealers and con
sumers to use Thurber' a brands.
ST CHARLES HOTEL. '
HEADQUABTIES FOB DEUMMEES.
" 8TATESVTLLE, N, C
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. Dr. Beeves, whose intention is to
keep a strictly firstOasa bouse In every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on fint and second
floors. ' c ' . '
The patronage of the public is solicited.
; yl,dtL . y . . . .
We continue to acts Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Marks. Copyrights, etc. lor the United States.
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc We
nave naa nunyBveyearv experience. ,
' Patents obtained through us are noticed in the 8ci
umno AlfBaKJAJf. -This large and apleadld lUus
trated weekl v naoer. 3 . 2 O a vflar.nhowa th Pmmm
nf Scierfoav t very-intareating, and has an enormous
circulation. -Hddress MONN A 00 Patent Boltci
tors. Pub's, Sasjmno ahkricak, 87 Park Eowv
iv" wa uauutwfcauouLraieui4irwii- -
A BEAUTIFUL OTtOAFf, the "MOZAKTrrir
No. 12,000.27 stops. JO full sets boluen il ?
gue RdS,- SOLID WAtJS'Ur Highly ro Kh
Case. New and valuable improvements lust M,i
dedV.. Stool, book, music. Boxed and delivered m,"
board cars here, price uNLY SIXTY Dull arm
Net Cash.- -iiatlsractlon guaranteed in evw nai
ticular or money refunded after one yeai'stX"
Everyone sold sells another. It is a Stw.dinJ
Auvertisement Order at once. Koibng saved hr
correspondence. My new factory Ju,t comuletcri
capacity 2,0u0 Instruments every 20 dnyn vp
litest . Itlbosaving wood-worKlng m;uh'lner
Vasteipitai enables me to manufacture o-ttr
goods for less money than ever. Addres orini
upon , Daniel f. beatty
Washington. New Jer.y.
est table, calendar, etc. Pent to any address on
j-eceipt on two Thbkb-ckMi' mamps. Addres
CHARLKS K. HIRES
48 N. Delaware Ave. Piiiia.
AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
to sell the Life and Complete History of
THE TRIAL OF GUITEAU.
A sketch of his errntic career and ITTLL HISTORY
of the strange scenes and htabtlino Disclosures
of his trial; the mo6t costly and remarkable in the
annals of crime. Well Illitsteated. win sen
immensely. Agents outfit 60c Terms to awn-.
liberaL Address HUBBARD BBOS
Publishers, Atlanta, (ia
80 ID NEPAL AWARUSS
the Author. A now and great M..T
cheapest, indispensable to eve-v
m'f.nJied ? Scienceof uZ
or,8elf-FreBervation ) bound in
fe?i?5ch uslia, embossed.
steel enttravinCT, 125 piescnn!
t'Airic only 1.25 sent b
..- . j j SPM :
ITS POPULAEITY UNPAEALLELED
jQfl nnn ni n ianaso11 orb agents
IuU.UUU OULU ! ARK WANTED to supply
the wonderful and increasing demand for by far
ths best, most popuar and cheapest
LIFE OF GARFIELD SIB $2
This work Is pbofuselt illustrated, tells the
entire thrilling story of his eventful life and tragic
death; has been critically revised and approved by
one of his most intimate personal friends; has far
outsold all other editions because the best and
cheapest, and our terms to agents are the most
liberal of any. Superb Steel Plate Portraits Free
Outfit 50c. '
For proof of excellence, saleabllity. success of
agents and terms address at once,
HUBBARD BROS., Pubs.. Phlla.
THE HIGHEST AWARDS STrfSSs
to the GREAT WORLD'S PAIR in LONDON.
1861 ; at the GREAT EXPOSITION in PARIS
1S67; at the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION;
In CHILI, 1875 and at the grand CENTEN
NIAL EXHIBITION In Philadelphia, 1S76.
- All persona wishing to purchase (or
amine) iBstrnments are respectfully In
vited to visit ear Wavrerooms.
Send for Circular and Pries List.
CHICKERING & SONS
130 Fifth Avenue. N.Y. I 156 Tremont St., Boston.
J83-SEND FOR CIRCULAJiS.-es.
i Isle Co,
SOUTHEBN OFFICE Na 8 N. Charles street,
no yi it i;i
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MAKE
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but if roa will call we will satisfy you that we have
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A fine lot of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS -
of all descriptions, Jnst received. Bemember
none can under-buy. us, and none can
' under sell u?.
declS ' .
A DEfiTfBABUS residence; three blocks from the
XX public square in Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. , Tne dwelling Ik on a tulllot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc. The house la admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for the
purpose. Jot tnrthsr . particulars, price, terms,
e?20)3t? - THIS GFFJCS.
THE Lot on the corner of Ninth atmat and the
KM ; Knrtli PamHn. P.f!wi.it M.,t.M ai . ..n
77 v- v xwim, uuiiiiuk I4U loci vu
Ninth street and 18ft feet on the North Carolina
Railroad, will either be sold as a whole or divided
iPi0!"0 'ot8 of 70 Joy 196 leet Suitable either for
Kimdlng or lactory purposes Apply to
- lun2o,tf , .. s, a. PHTLLUtL
Yonr Holiday Purchases.