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C OAS, R. JONES, Editor A Proprietor
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N C.. Afl 8BOOHD-CLA8S HATTBB.1
SUNDAY, JAN. 22, 1882.
There was insanity in the families of
two of Guteau's jurors.
There are 478 newspapers and period
icals published in Boston
New York and Boston have both
abandoned the idea of a World's fair in
A ship load of
Norfolk ,Va., the
potatoes arrived at
other day, directly
Col. John D.Cameron, formerly of
Durham, will associate himself with
the Asheville Citizen.
New York merchants contend that
bminess is on a solid basis, and that
the condition of the country is sound.
Unwelcome news comes, that the
Chesapeake oysters are failing. It is
said they are diminishing both in size
and in quantity.
According to London Truth, the hy
podermic administration of morphine
is fast becoming one of the prevalent
vices of civilization
The New Jersey Senate declined to
pass a resolution on the death of Gar
field until the clause declaring Guiteau
sane was stricken out
The attempt to get a true bill found
against the man who sent the postal
card to Senator Vance, in which he re
ferred tq Mahone as a 'd d dog," has
The Philadelphia Record charges that
during the past twenty years a system
of petty stealing has grown up in Har
risburg which is a disgrace to the State
and to both parties in the State.
Senator Fair lives in Charles Sum
ner's old quarters at Washington. He
is the richest man in Congress, and per
haps the richest office-holder in the
world. His leisure is devoted to the
study of finance.
Peter Mankins died at Little Eock a
few days ago, age 111 year3. He had
voted for every Democratic Presiden
tial candidate from Jackson to Han
cock, 80 we know where he has gone.
The periodical bill has been intro
duced in the Kentucky Legislature to
remove the capital from Frankfort to
Louisville. But Louisville don't think
she could get it and says she don't want
it if she could
It required one thousand cars to car
ry exhibits to the Atlanta exposition,
but two hundred were sufficient to take
away those which remained unsold.
Nearly everything, except the heavy
machinery, found a purchaser.
The remains of Park Valentine and
wife, the young couple who were killed
in the Spuyten Duyvil railroad acci
dent, were buried at Bennington, Vt,
Monday, the four ushers at the wed
ding acting as pall-bearers.
The Hudson River Railroad Compa
ny, seized with an economic fit, dis
charged a flagman at a curving cut in
their road, and thereby saved $30 a
month; but shortly after eight valuable
lives were lost amid great horror and
intense sufferings, and three trains
Raleigh News and Observer: Major
Charles Price is credited with saying at
Washington that he would not under
any circumstances accept a Democratic
nomination for Congress. Whatl nev
er? Hardly ever. Generous Major
Price. Declined with thanks but not
The proposition has been made in
Congress that sixty millions of paper
fractional currency shall be printed for
the use of the people, in denomina
tions of ten, twenty-five and fifty cents.
The argument in favor of this scheme
is that there is need of such currency
for the accommodation of people who
wish to send in letters sums less than a
A young man giving his name as R.
E. Minshew, from Goldsboro, in this
State, wa3 picked up in a stupid state of
intoxication, on the street in Savannah,
Gi, Friday morning. He had in his
pocket a check for $1,000, $245 in cash
and a fine gold watch and chain. He
said he had also a purse containing $75
in gold which had been either stolen or
lost. He was a respectable looking
German apparently about thirty years
Papers have recently been filed at
the Patent-Office, at Washington, for a
new process of glass manufacture, the
inventor claiming to be able to pro
duce colorless glass, or glass of any
color or shade of colored desired, and
that he can do this with any glass mak
ing plant now in use. "Very large
sums of money have been spent by
manufacturers in experiments looking
to the production of a perfectly color
less glass, and if this has been accim-
plisnea ine inventor nas a fortune
within his grasp.
The dlsirlct attorney of New York
city refused to receive favors from the
New Tork Central and Hudson River
railway company In the way of a year
ly pass. When sent one recently by
ChanceyI. Depew he returned it by
Ma nrivate secretary, with the follow
ing message: I will accept no favors
from' rauroaua w , w fixa
tions, or from individuals, while I am
In office." Mr. McKeon said to a re
porter, "nor will I permit any of my
assistants to do so. If members of the
legislature would refuse ; passes . they
would come home less frequently, and
attend more faithfully to the duties
that the people Intrust to them."- In
: this be has set an - example that it
...m fnr nfhAr officials, lesis-
W0U1U Vv W V ; w . ..
lotrtM Kf. to follow. T
pawiy . . ' . : i
YOUTHFUL DEPBAVITT, '
The death of a fourteefl yer-old Rirl
from delirium tremens in the city of
Philadelphia a few days ago has elici
ted considerable comment from the
press of that city and several homilies
on the social evils oi! the city of Broth
erly Love. The Timed 1 says:
"Here is a mere child, at an age at
which our homebred girls have scarcely
laid aside their dolls, not meeting a vio
lent death suddenly ,but actually known
among her associates for nearly two
years, as the coroner's inquest showed,
as a common drunkard. And the worst
of it is that hers was not an isolated
case. It must be rarely, no doubt, that
children so early sink into hopeless de-
Dravitv. but go down into the same
wretched quarter any day or night and
you will see sights that will sicken you,
of boys and girls scarcely out of in
fancy following close in the footsteps
of the drunken and vicious men and
women who are their only guardians.
And this is right here in our own fair
city, and we go about our business as
though such things aid not concern us
Sometimes, when we hear of a case of
bodily suffering, our hearts are touched
and we pour in our contributions libe
rally : but the helpless ones who are
going down to a fate worse than cold
and hunger, worse than death, should
appeal with a thousandfold more force
not to our purses only, not only to our
sympathy, but to the earnest, helpful
endeavor of all good men and women.
Surely there must be some way in
which these poor children can be
There is not a city in America, we
might sav in the world, of which the
same might not with truthfulness be
said. In all our great cities under the
very shadows of the churches are the
abodes of lawlessness and vice that
ought to put our civilization to blush.
And yet in these very churches are
large sums of money annually collect
ed to carry the gospel into heathen
land save to the souls of savages, while
Worse than heathen are growing up at
our doorsteps. As the Times remarks,
"surely there must be some way in
which those poor children can be
reached ;" surely there ought to be if
there is not
The gallows, the penitentiary, the
jail, are the shame of our civilization,
and the "society that neglects its chil
dren and lets them grow up in ignor
ance and vice is responsible for the gal
lows, the penitentiary and the jail.
Society ignores the child of poverty
or misfortune ; friendless, guideless he
is left to work his own way through
our unfeeling world. He is lured into
the haunts of vice, learns to steal, to
drink, to murder. Then outraged so
ciety seizes him, jails him, hangs him.
The neglected, abandoned child be
comes the wicked outlaw for whom
fri ions and scaffolds are built How
much better and more creditable to our
Christianity and our civilization it
would be if the millions that are an
nually spent in watching, prosecuting
punishing and feeding criminals were
spent in looking after and caring for
the unfortunate outcasts from whom
the criminal class mainly comes, and
for whom nobody seems to care.
Go into the back streets of any of
our great cities, see the thousands of
human - beings huddling together in
filthy abodes, in poverty and squalor;
children hungry, ragged and naked;
parents ignorant and many of them
dissipated, barrooms in close proximity,
and see how society encourages the
growth of criminals; see what a fine
field there is for missionary labors and
the investment of the funds that go to
carry the light into the dark heathen
a nds. There are streets in New York
city within a stone's throw of the spire
of St. Paul's church that are, morally
speaking, as dark as the most benight
ed corner of Africa, where the gospel
i3 quite as little preached, and yet the
good christian people of that city seem
to be oblivious of that fact
There is need of some one to carry
the light into these dark places, to look
after the poor, helpless, neglected waifs
that are born and bred in them, and
lead them out of the surroundings
where such contaminating influences
prevail, before their souls are stained,
their moral senses blunted, and they
enter upon ine roaa mat leads to tne
prison and the gallows.
THE DEFENSE CLOSED.
The defense of Guiteau closed yester
day with the reading of a speech by
Guiteau, which was permitted by Judge
Cox, the District Attorney having with
drawn his objection. This speech was
simply a rehash of the publications
Guiteau has given to the public, basing-
his justification on the pretense of in
spiration by Deity, to remove the Presi
dent, a power which he could not resist,
which impelled him to commit the deed,
and of which he was an irresponsible
agent. Monday probably Judge Porter
will close the argument and will ex
haust all the resources of his talent to
tie the knot around Guiteau's neck.'
In the address of Mr. Scoville to the
jury he created a sensation by turning
from the direct line of bis argument to
charge the existence of a conspiracy to
hang Guiteau, and to hold Arthur,
Grant, Conkling and their sympathizing
stalwarts intellectually and morally re
sponsible for the act of his brother-in
tt- v, 1 1 :i2 j
uuio uuDi usuuiwb uj uiiuiy, ouu
inu.i uo uiu ouu vv imyi. uueuua m uia
broad assertions, but it was a shrewd
line of argument to show that Guiteau,
worked up to a degree of excite
ment by the contest then pending, lost
his mental balance and became insane.
This is really the only way-to account
for the sudden development of the in
sanity that led to the act He showed
probably more temper than judgment
in holding Arthur, Grant and Conkling
morally responsible for Guiteau's crime,
and his remarks in that connection
would fit better in a stump speech than
in an argument to a jury, but it must
be remembered that Scoville stands al
most alone in the defense of a man
who has few friends In the fifty millions
of American people, and that he is
pieaamg for the life of the brother of
lis wife, who ; clings to 'er wretched
brother with a devotion that only awo
man can show. Scoville has had a diffi
cult, an unpleasant and a thanklessork
and he has done it well ahd bravely.
CAN' ft DUrfBOFjft
Referring to the Tisit of CoL
Ston and Capt Price to Washington, as
reported by the correspondent of The
Observes, and the rumor that Captain
Price was laying his wires to run for
Congress against Mr. Armfield, the
Statesville Landmark takes occasion to
The publication above referred to
affords - the opportunity of saying a
word about the political status of this
district The district is largely ; Demo
cratic. Last year it went largely against
prohibition. Three-fourths to four-fifths
of the Democrats in it voted anti. They
did this because of their opposition to
the principle involved in the Question.
But if these people would not endorse a
heresy last year they win put up. witn
no iooiisnness now. xney nave no
warm nests for hungry politicians who
mavcometo them riding hobbies and
seeking to arouse their prej udices. They
voted against prohibition and would do
so again, but they will not elect to office
a Kepuoiican or a nungry omce-nunter
of any other type, simply because he
was an anti-prohibitionist The next
member of Congress from this district
will be as he has been for years, a
Democrat He will define himself
clearly on the stump us opposed to any
furtner agitation of this proniDiuon
business ; as in accord with the policy
of the Democratic party in State and
nation, and as opposed to Republican
ism, its teachings and practices. No
jackass can masquerade over this dis
trict in tne sfcin or a lion without tne
ople finding out exactly who he is.
e may call himself Democrat inde
pendent Manoneite or what not but
however well the people mar like his
anti-prohibition opinions, if his speeches
and promises do not square with Dem
ocratic doctrine in other respects he
will be elected to stay at home. Mark
that I The voters of this district may
be plain people but they are too sharp
to be hoodwinked by Republican bosses
with whom politics is a trade, or by any
or ineir auies wnose god is an office.
The Mormons are said to hold a
balance of power in Washington.
Where an unlimited supply of money
would not soften the palm of ah antag
onist, they have unnerved him by un
mistakable intimations of a personal
and private nature. The Mormon
church has, for years, kept an accurate
record in detail of the private life es
pecially at Washington of every Sen
ator and Representative, and it is this
record which has given the Mormons
such tremendous and fatal power at
Washington for a quarter of a cen
A Canadian journal has figured that
the population of the United States in
creases more, every five years, than that
of Canada has increased since the be
ginning of settlement there. If Cana
da is anxious to increase in population
as the States do, let her annex and be
come one of them.
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC ROAD.
Secretary Klrkwoed Send tne Senate
Decisions) and Papers Concerning
Special Dispatch to the Times.
Washington, January 19. in re
sponse to a resolution of the Senate
passed one week ago Secretary Kirk-
wood submitted to the Senate to-day
the decisions, papers, etc., relating to the
jsortnern racinc itaiiroaa Company
which were in his department and the
report or tne commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office on the subject The
report showed the patents for lands in
the Olympia district, Washington Ter
ritory, were issued on April 8. 1880. for
3,016 acres opposite a portion of the road
constructed by the Northern Pacific
Erevious to 1875. No patents for lands
ave been issued for the 475 miles of
said road constructed, examined and ac
cepted in 1880 and 1881. Commissioner
McFarland, in his report to Secretary
Kirk wood, says he knows of no deci
sion in any actual case presented de
claring the grant to the Northern Pa
cific Railroad lapsed which has been re
versed Dy the Secretary of the Interior,
and he does not know of any opinion of
the Attorney General in the premises.
TY - M 1 m ....
ne iurnianes a copy or a letter written
to Secretary Schurz in Mav. 1879. bv
Commissioner Williamson, submitting
to the Secretary the question whether
or not the grant had lapsed, and he also
refers to an opinion rendered by the
Attorney General October 26, 1880, "on
similar questions relating to the At
lantic and Pacific Bailroad land grants.
Tne communications were referred to
the committee on railroads.
A Big Fire at Atlanta (500,000
Worth of Property Destroyed
Atlanta, Ga, January 21 A fire
broke out about one o clock this morn
ing in the five story candy and cracker
factory of E Black Owing to lack of
water the flames gained rapid headway
and soon spread to all the adjoining
buildings and seven buildings were de
stroyed, ana tne losses on slocks and
buildings will aggregate half a million
The principal losses are as follows :
Joseph E Brown, building, $38,000;
insurance $20,000 : Marry J ackson. buil
ding, $20,000 ; insurance $16,600 ; Wilson
House, owned by Benjamin Wilson.
$25,000; insurance $12,000; W W Simp-
Bon, ounaing; insurance not Known;
Mrs ME Kinney, building, $100,000;
insurance not Known; Blacks candy
ana cracKers escaoiisnment, loss on
stock $75,000, insurance $60,000; How
ard Wood & Company, tobacco stock.
$20,000; insurance $11,000; John Stev
ens, groceries, stock $2,000; insurance
not known ;Ii Cohen & Company, liq
uors, stock $25,000; insurance not
frown; John B Merchant, groceries;
stock and insurance not known : Camr
bell and Johnston, liquors, stock $4,000,
insurance 2,000; wuJSefi Comany,
soaps; stock $3,000; no insurance; A
Haas & Company, provision brokers;
loss slight; Bradstreet's commercial
agency occupied the Brown building,
ana xt u uun ana uo, occupied tne
Jackson building, both destroyed;
I mere were many otner smaller losses.
: The fire was not subdued fervours,
1 auring wnich time it had full sweep at
cut uiuiuiugs m uia juuaiicy wnere iqd
Washington, Jan. 21. Middle Tenn
nessee and the Ohio Valley rain and
snow, followed by partly cloudy and
cumer westerly winds, mostly irom
west to north, and higher barometer'
Gulf. Colder north to west winds,
higher barometer and fair weather,
preceded by local rains in the eastern
South AtlanticOccasional rain,
followed by clearing weather, north
west to south-west winds, higher
barometer and lower temperature.
: A WORLD Of GOOD.
Dae of the most popular medicines now before ,
tne AJnerlean public, Is Bod Bitters. You see it
eremstnere. People take It with good efreet. It
builds tfeem 01v.lt Is not ss pleasant to the taste
as some othef Bitters, as tt is not a whiskey Wnk.
It (s more like the old-fashioned boneset tea, that
has done a world of good, u you -doir t feel Jost
Bght,tryHopBltters.-NunUws., ; .i CTT
; TLTXSftHOSQUITOZS. ..
A 15c box of "Rough on Bats" will keep a house
free from flier, mosquitoes, rats and Aloe, the an
tra season. Druggists.
Att AilllC&til SeUtettifa t. ,v - -
RicttfteftD, Va Jan. 2l The Dis
patch on Thursday published an article
from the Philadelphia Telegraph re
garding the strange proceedings of the
legislature in connection with the
small-pox panic. On the same day Del
egate James A.Frazier,of Rockbridge,
arraigned the Dispatch for the publica
tion, saying, in the course of his re
marks, "for long years itls well known
whenever the Dispatch wants to say
anything particularly mean of those
who happen to differ from the editor,
it goes out of its way to copy articles,
thus avoiding personal (responsibility.?
Prazier's remarks were published in the
Whig yesterday, and wis morning the
Dispatch republished the paragraph
above quoted and supplements it with
the following sentence: "We have only
to.say that Jim Frazier is a liar." An
ticipating that a breach of the peace
would certainly follow such language,
warrants were issued for the arrest of
Capt W. F. Drinkard, editor of the
Dispatch, and Frazier. About 11a.m.
I?nnkard was arrested in his sanctum,
and while in the counting room of the
Dispatch arranging for some one to ac
company mm to the Magistrate Frazier
came in with a friend and he was
placed under arrest, but said there was
no necessity for it as he bad come to
make an explanation. He then in the
Eresence of friends so modified his pub
shed remarks as to satisfy CaptDrink-
ara.ana me latter tnen witndrewtne
epithet of liar. An amicable settle
ment having thus been reached, both
parties were released from custody.
Fatal Railroad Collision.
Charleston. S. CL Jan. 21. A colli
sion occurred on the Charleston and
Savannah Railroad, about 27 miles from
this city, at half-past 7 this morning.
The colliding trains were No. 40, which
leit nereat 5:50 a. m. to-day for Jack
sonville, and No. 43, from Jacksonville
hither. H. A. Fox. mail agent on No.
40 was killed, and the colored fireman
is missing. No further particulars re
ceived. It is supposed that a number
of passengers have been injured. A
relief train has been sent to the scene
of the accident.
A Klralasr Bargo
Norfolk. Va Jan. 21. The steam
barge Palermo, commanded by Robert
Logan irom jnohoik to Murfreesboro.
N. C with grain, is several days over
aue, ana some anxiety is telt tor ner
safety. When last seen she was in Al
bemarle Sound with her rudder dam
aged. There were five men on board
captain, engineer, deck hand, cook and
nreman, tne last two colored. She was
valued at $3,500.
Paris, Jan. 21. There has been Dar-
tial recovery on the Bourse, especially
for the Suez Canal, and credit fancier
"'lis true. 'Os pity, and Pity tls. 'tis true.'' that
too many sensible people regard coughs and colds
so indifferently. Dr. Bull's cough syrup cures
coughs ana coias ana is only 250 a bottle.
Elixir Vltae for Women Mr. Lrdla. E. Pink.
ham 2H8 Western Arenue. Lynn. Mass.. has
made the discovery! Her Vegetable Compound is
a positive cure for female complaints. A line ad
dressed to this lady will elicit all necessary infor
FADED OR GRAY HAIR
I aduatty recovers Its
(the use of Parker's
tng, .admired for Its
youthful color and lustre b
Hair Balaam, an elegant
purity and rich perfume.
When your child begins to show a Scrofnloos
Taint, or If you know your blood Is affected, take
a.0.0., ana grre u 10 tne mue sufferer.
sound repose Is so essential to good health that
e reel surprised to know any one would risk loss
01 rest irom a eougn or eoia, when a Dome ot Dr.
buu's cough syrup would give refreshing slum-
THE MEW DRUG STORE,
Comer of College and Trade Btreets,
(Wilson & Black's old stand.)
IS NOW OPEN
Parties desiring Fresh and Reliable Dregs
will do well to give us a can.
Jsn4 tf CDC H GHTJK. HIND & CO
LOOK HERE !
Intend selling Add and Guano, which we
T T hare on hand, and will try to always have It
so you can come and get It when tt suits you. We
wlU hare four or fire kinds, so you can take your
choice. We will be glad to ship to any station on
the road. Send in your orders and remember one
thing, we do not Intend to be undersold in the
same brands or same goods, and don't you forget
BARKER tc DEER,
Jan20 dSt w8t HuntersrUie, N. C.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO,
7REB their Cats.'
logne lor 188S, eontainln;
tire Price:- list of
Bulbs, Ornamental Grass,
and Immortelles, Gladiolus.
UUes, Roses, Plants, Garden
Implements. Beautifully Ulna
trated. Orer lOO pages. Addreso ,
179-183 East Main St. 200-206 Randolph It
W W W W K
WW WW EE
But a limited stock of
Parties who wish to procure their supply will do
well to call aod make arrangements with as as
WE ARE NAMING LOW PRICES.
CALL BrOaX ALL IS GONE.
: MAYER & ROSS.
DRINTEDC Not Amateurs, send your name
B! W awre8- bs
Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Boys
. - CANNOT FAIL TO BE SUITED IN
TrrX' guarantee that every pair of SHOES we sell shall be found Just as represented, and shall allow no house to give you better goods than we do lor the
money. Oar stock has been carefully selected with a view to the wants ot all classes of customers, and comprises a full line of beautiful and seasonable
goods, of the very best Quality and an grades, from the finest French Kid Button Boot to the Heaviest Brogan. If you wish to get your boots and shoes w
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Tn connection with the DubllcaOon of Tax Ob-
sxbtkb, and the establishment of one of the larg
est, most complete, and most thoroughly equipped
JOB PRINTING HOUSES
In the South, the proprietor has lust added a com
Capable of executing the very best class of work at
short notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law or
other books rebound In handsome style, and at
tery low figures.
And work of ttiia class, ruled and bound to order
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOB
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get thel.
DATES and POSTERS printed here In as attractive
a manner as in Mew xonc
We hare a very full supply of type for printing,
at short notice and In first class style,
BRIEFS FOB THE SUPREME COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments In good shape will do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work Is as free from defects as It is possible to
In fact, all kinds of printing done at short notice
Special attention given to Railroad Printing.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. m
Having a larger supply of type than most job es
tablishments, BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty with us.
Charlotte, N. C.
tr good x
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XT V E5C.TR A No trouble td mlzi
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ading farmers ia cyery Staje s jreferene -
Send fof Pamphlet. Beware of "imitations.
Brown Chemical Co
6QLS PRPPSiiltpRS, .
Manufacturer ef SAiTWPi, tip. ,
Powell's Tip Top Bone Fertil
izer. Price only $35 a Ton, net cash.
Bone Meal. Dissolved Bone. .
And aQ high-grade FertiUang Materials.
Flowers and Flcr Seed oTfcd
tntagln my line furnished on short rice.
"T r """"i Charlotte.
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Durham, N. C.
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Mar 22 ly
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new thing, but nothirjg has ever stood the test like
Dr. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills; their
popularity and sale Is unprecedented.
They supply a need long felt and must become
a household remedy. Just think to be cured In a
few weeks of these terrible nervous troubles and
awful suffering from Sick Headache, Keuralgla
and Dyspepsia, and the nervous system put in a
natural and healthy condition, destroying the pos
sibility of Paralysis, Angina Pectoris and sudden
death, which is carrying off so many noble men
and women In the full tide of life and useful
ness. This simple remedy of Extract of Celery Seed
and Chamomile Flowers, combined In the form of
pills, Is a boon to humanity. It has saved the
lives of thousands or nervous, headachlng chil
dren In our schools and out every year. No nerv
ous person or sufferer from Headache, Neuralgia,
Dysuepslaor Paralysis will do themselves Justice
until they iry them.
Sold by all druggists.
Price 50 cents a box.
By pot, 1 06 North Eutaw streot, Baltimore, Md.
mail, two boxes for SI or six boxes for $2.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES and
'body. t makes the akin white, soft and smooth;
samovea tan and ftedkios, and is tha BEST toilet
dressing in THE .WORLD. Elegantly pnt up, two
bottles In one package, oonnfoting of both internal
and external treatment.
AH first Class draerista have it. Price Sl.perpackas.
MRS. LYDU E. PIHXiUti, Of LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKH ABA'S
Is a Positive Cure
for all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
se common to ear best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, ail ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Chans of Ufa.
dissolve and expel tajnors from the nterns Is
an early stage of development. , the tendency to can
eerotm Humors there is checked' very speedily by fts use.
K remoTe fXlntnei flatulency, destroyaoU craTlnj
for stimulant', and relieves weakness Of the stomach.
It Cures Bloating, Headaches, Nerrpus Prostration,
Peneral Debility, pplowueas, Depression and tpdl-g-ertlon,
' . ' ."' ' N" ' ' . ' ' -
That feeling of bearing down, cansing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all time and under all clrcunwfuicsa act la
harmony with the laws that gorern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sx this
Compound is unsurpassed, -
ITMl E. FCnniAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POUSTDls prepared at BS and 23 Western avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $t Six bottles for g.: Sent by mail
tn the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, oa
receipt of price, SI per box for either. Urs. Plnkhaza
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
ieC Address as above. Jf cation this Paper.
sTotamflr should be without LTDIA E. PHTEHAITB
IXVSEL PILLS. They euro sonstipatioa, Wllfrrunsss
and torpidity of the liver, B cents per box. "
Said hr itll Praggigta. -&L
Chew only the brand rr tn.a
Old Oaken Bucket." " WUMiU'
TIHB old Oaken Bucket,
i The iron-bound bucket,
The moss-covered bucket,
. : - That hung in the welL
C, Sole Agent.
r 'ivv if
v" n -
uuoiu voam iq aeaiers.
and Cfc Idren
KAlNKlfN & liKU..
Central Hotel Block. Trade Strpf.
ALL KINDS O
A FULL LIBS 9
Parlor & Chamber Suits,
ooiroa eff axju xzxaa ca sakb.
m. e xnear nun snare.
CSABL0RI, K. &
Our claim for merit is based fei
upon tb.o fact tliat a cliemicaiy
analysis proves th.o.t the tobacco
grown In our section Is better pi
adapted to make a G O OD.PUKE, M
satisfactory smoke t3an ANYK
OTKEH tobfceco grown in the p
world; and being situated ial
tin? HEART of this fine tobacco j
section, VS bave the PICK ofP
the offerin&s. Tho public ap
preciatc th!s; hence our
EXCEED the products of ATI.
the leading manufactories com- f
bined. $Nqtiz eiww unless it '
bears the trade-v.r.rf: of the Bull.
m0s ana gfccdfcttics.
Just Received, at
Df J J JtfcAden's Drag Store
From Saratoga Spdngj. N. Y. A new water re
sembling the imported Vichy. Hecommended
as ail antacid; cures dyspepain, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and stron
Be commended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
I Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATUBAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC;
Doss -A wine glass full before breakfast
Trt?rJ,'xm7h? Jaios. -Baron Lieblg af
TZtA Medical Jowmd-"Hunyadi Janoa.-
wESlSSBP1' and m08t emcacl0U3
Prof. Vvrchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
..PnJ"erffer. "Vienna "I have prescribed
thesewrltera wi& remarkable success!"
buf ,fcanzcWii Wurszburg.-I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, If. D., r. r. s.. Loidon.
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from the springat Saratoga
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night.
SEG1RS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c.
A PULL AKD SELECT LINE 0T
Perfumeries and Perfumery Cases, cm t
e, Tf11 Powder Rouges, amps. "
Tooth Brushes, Brushes ofall kindsT
Combs, &e., and a full line of -'
all goods usually found In
a first-class Drug Es
tablishment scSnl.460?110 PrePrjon of pre,
I frost the Diibiie will. wtnr .
a share'of thfelr wtionage. Caro wUl in evtry u?
satisfaction in AvrT i 7r. " - no
W. P. MAByiN, Ajft, & go.
SALE OF BONDS.
BY Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
Alamance eonntv in t, .V r0"!1. 01
and others aearnst W j DXT J"Y1B
on MrS;thkAi? 'or cash.
o'clock M.VelghtV8) bSnoe of toe"counioi Ca?
w1 S8peq February 20th. 1 RRrt. n.K. c
ui. 1880, to each of whtoh
tft?" 8lrtn farther InformaUon can address
my attomev. Jnrnc.
0NIW' Also. 800 saddle horse Cal
. ana see. mhvudutm