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DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH.
Ail Important dis-
covery, by which
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
laun dry work.
1 1 nvj.
A. A. GAST ON.
Tinware & House Farnishinff Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to .
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first class bands employed. Call for tbe
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.-
A LOT OF ELEGANT
? Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos-
.tiveness, Headache. Itassistsdi
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
blood A Book sent free. Pr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
AX,!, , J3RUGOIBT5.
W18 deod eof 11.
Cbew only tna brand of tobacco known uiTbe
TBS old Oaxen jmmxi,- ? .
The iron-bound bucket, - ,:(,
" " Cbartotta,N.&SoleAenf;
i Liberal torqu to dealers.
-r a . . - -
t( CHAS. R. JONEjS, . ,
SoleAg jf Charlotte,N.q JJ
J. BrookMd & Co.,
and China Sets
Best in the World.
IK EIIHXB UqUID OB DBT FOBX
That Acta at the same time
TSS LIVES, TSS 80WSLS,
ASS TBS KIMB7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
If Btcautt vm allow theu great organ to
Ylbecom4 clogged or torpid, and poUonout
a humors are therefor forced into tnt oua
that thmldb expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES, I
. LIVER COMPLAINTS, J
PILES, CONSTTPATIOJI, TTRE ARY f
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKS ESSES,
AITD NERTOU8 DISORDERS,
by causing free action of these organ and
restoring their power to throw off disease,
vruw mmffnr RillABa dkIbh snd mches!
O Why tormented with Piles, ConftlpaUoal
k. A nri A ll.nl.nu Vli1mnf I
TThy endure nerrous or sick headaehesi
Use KIDNEY. WORTand rejoice in heallk. I
It is pat up in Dry Vegetable Form, In tin I
cans one package or which makes six quarts of I
Also In Liquid Form, Tery Cmmum-1
trated, for those that cannot Teaaisj prepare h.1
tmnt acts with equal efficiency in either form.
GET IT OF TOUK DRUGGIST. FBICE, CLOO I
WELLS, BICHABDSOX A Co., Pron',
(Will send the dry post-paid.) BUKLnffrOS, TT. k .
March 27 d&wly
NOW IN T1IE CITY.
A LARGE STOCK, OF FURNITURE
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
E. M. ANDREWS,
XSTBUSBXD IN 1793,
MEBAITEVILLE, If. 0.,
Among Southern Boardlog Schools
for boys in age, numbers and area of
of patronage. Messina- club la of a
mile from Barracks for young men of
mall means. The 176th session be
gins January 11th. 1882. For cata
logue giving full particulars address ' - uj
Maj. B. BINGHAM,
decI7 tt . Bupenntendent-
" 1 ' " " ' ; - 1 t'
Greensboro Female College, ';:
weeks: Board (exoluatT of lights
ana wasmng) ana tuiaon. in luu
gllsh course. $7 6. 00. Extra studies
nroaerate. iror paiucuiars apply to-
deol8 tf . :
r LOST; MANHOOD REStORED. t
A Ylotim of Touttuul imtmidenoe caiiainff lnma
tore Decay, Kerrooa Debility, Lost Mnhood,.tc J
mmng tnea in vain every. Known remedy, nas ai-'
corered a simple Belf cure, whicbhe mu nd FBJQtf
to bis feUow-aoffeiers, address f . H. REEVES.
43 Chatham, gfc,- K-cvr.
Sept 18 ' : - l
T "W -
jTHE ONLY MEPiCINE)
ii IK EITHXB liaiJID OB DEI FOBX I
Come and See
Stye (Jljartottt b0tn)tr,
SUNDAY, JAN. 22. 1882.
.-f NEWSIfOTEH... ... ,.;..;
Th vital statiatics show that daring
the year 188 1 there were 38 624 aeauw
in New 1 orK cuy, 01 wnicu ij.v. wwo
I11 reformatory hospital and in&titwi-
tions. ' : :;r
Ti LAtht'J farm of J. W. Weaver,
433 acres, in Hockingham oounty, Ya
Charleston, West VlrffInia. for $17,000.
This ttfone of the historlo farms of
Virginia, having been In the Gov. Gil
mer ramiiy ior years.
Ex-Gov. R. K. Scott, of Ohio, has by
the payment of $500 compromised a ,
suit for $10,000 damages brought by the
mother of Warren G. Drury, the boy
whom Gov. Scott killed. .
Joseph Davis, a Brooklyn coachman,
has recovered 81,750 from tha liroad;
way Railroad Company, on account of
injuries received by being thrown from
his seat by being run into by a train.
A party of cowboys rode into Long
Pine, Neb, Tuesday last, and took pos
session of the town. After terrorizing
the inhabitants by firing fully a thou
sand shots, the gang boarded a train
and continued shooting from the rear
platform. No arrests were made.
During December -there- arrived in
the customs districts of BaltlmoreBos
ton. Detroit, Huron, Minnesota, Jiew
Orleans, New York, Passamaquoddy,
Philadelphia and San Francisca S7,037
immigrants. The total nomber of im
migrants arrived during the tear ended
December 81, 1881, as far as reported.
was 716,868. ;
Alphonse Marcotte, a dry goods mer
chant who had retail stores in Mon
treal and other towns in- that Province
and in Winnipeg, has absconded. His
liabilities are about $300,000; bis assets
are said to be large. v
Joseph J. Stewart, a well-known law
ver and arbitrator for the U. States on
the Spanish Claims Commission, died,
at hia horne in Baltimore, yesterday of
heart disease, aged 52 years.
The action brought by Dr. Edward
Small, of Brooklyn. N. Y to recover
815.000 from Mr. Bullenkamp, a grocer
In Montaorne street, for estranging his
wife from her home and cniidren, re
sulted yesterday in a verdict for $6,000
for the plaintiff.
T. R. Crittenden, aged 49 years.
prominent banker and broker of Bridge
norL Conn., committed suicide vester-
dav bv shootine. He had been in bad
neaitn tor some time.
Melvin. the bigamist, lately abducted
from Fort Fairfield. Me, and imprison
ed at Andover, N. B., flled through the
bolts of his cell on Wednesday night
Gen. Carr telegraphs from Tucson,
Arizona, that the charges against him
are disrespect, misstatements in com
plaints to a nigner autnority ana ais
obedience of orders and misconduct of
th Indian campaign. He courts in
Haase. Biersach & Co., cigar manu
facturers at Milwaukee. Wis- have
made a voluntary assignment. Liabili
ties, $150,000; assets unknown.
The Blackfeet Indians are giving
trouble to the Canadian stock growers
on Bow River, and have killed some
cattle on the Cochrane ranch.
The failure of the People's Bank at
Tecumseh. Mien,, promises to oe a oaa
affair. The liabilities are now estima
ted at $80,000; assets, $50,000. The list
of depositors is very large, obtained by
its payment of interest on deposits, and
consists of clerks, women, farmers and
mechanics, who had small sums on de
At Corning, Ohio, on Wednesday
night, Harold Robinson and Malcolm
Balfie, both colored, fought a duel with
pistols to settle a quarrel about a sweet-
Heart, two snots were nrea. uaine
escaped untouched, but Robinson was
struck twice and fatally wounded.
A DBT Storyi
January 17, 1882.
Editors Dispatch: The following
facts are well authenticated; , , .
A few weeks ago a family removed
from Charlestown, W. Va to Roanoke,
They brought with them a dog, to
which all, but especially the children
were mucn attached, lie was a cross
between the shepherd and the Esqui
At Gish's. three miles from Roanoke.
the gentleman got off the cars, followed
by his dog. As the train started he re
sumed his seat in the cars, but the dog
was left in t&e depot. Qn reaching
Hoanoice the dog was missed, and in
quiry sent back to Gish's; but it seems
that the dog, after missing, his master,
wanaerea arjout we piaco until a train
3 . a. j r i a. - a-
passea easiwaru, wuicu ce entered, oni
was kicked off by the conductor at Bon
sack's, six miles from Roanoke. Though
diligent inquiry was made, this was the
last heard from tne lose pet.
The family obtained rooms above the
drugstore in Roanoke, and last Friday
night about bedtime two weeks, after
the dog disappeared a whining and
scratching was heard at the top of the
steps, and a little girl, to whonUhe dog
naa Deen a iaitnrui and lovingcompan
ion, exclaimed: "Mamma, that sounds
justlike'Rover! The door was opened
and there stood Rover his glossy coat
all soiled-cseeming wellnigh famished
and very foot-sore, yet, with wagging
urn ana glistening eye ana joyous uarK,
telling his happiness in again meeting
tne loved ones.
How did the dog find his owners in
the second story of a building in a town
he had never been in, six miles distant
from where last seen, and in a direction
opposite from his life-long home?
The editor of the New York Observer
will please take note of the above.
' . , y Roanoke.
i " " -1 i
aarprlslng- Faic about 1883 '
Burlington Hawkere.' " "
There sift several peculiarities and
coincidences in the year 1882. i If you
add the first two figures together the
sum is 9, and it you add the last two
the sum will be 10; Then; if yon add
the two sums together, the result will
give us 19. Now, if you divide the third
figure by the fpurth, you will have 4.
The fourth figure in the' year is 2, and
two times 4 is . See? Thenf you add
together the first and last figures, you
hare 8. ' And three tames 2 is 6. Now,
then, 6 times 8 is 48, and 5 times 6 is 80.
So, if you subtract the first figure of the
year from the second tou , will have 7,
but if you subtract the third figure from
the fourth you will have a lovely time
explaining now to do-it. X-But 7 in 11
you can't and twice 1 is 2, and once 2 is
2 too:Theseiinterestiitr and instruc
tive combinations of the figures of this
year may be carried ont, by an ingeni
ous person, to an almost Indefinite ex
tent. .... -'i i.
V fwaMsssrisssai i r " n " -wnnn Sm' '
Danvtlle, Va January 2i: The
Supreme' Court of Appeals has sustain
ed the actof the' Hustingsi court " and
Circuity ouit :of j PJttsylvanla,T under,
whichiDock Wright will: bevhune urn
les the Governor in terposea. i In Feb
ruary last. Wright; in a' fitrht between
Tn nwritrht .and AAtin Adkina.' at a
country store, rusned into tne ere wd or j
bystanders witn a large eucs, orose tne
hand or one manv.he arm of another,
ndkrlledJ. C. Arthur;" Dock was
fouhdeuiltv of ; murder: ini the Hust-1
ings court and a writ of error-refused
In the circuit courU
Xttrn mtnxnio are Trylnf the'jiWi
'gin,''1 sfHtti i-.i
tha i or In the Gttlteafcs tase there 13
t Hamtiff. is a-
ihA iorv Mr: John
keeper. ' He isr a mUd-mannered man
..van maara anA . tnftV hfl tA-
garded as the , type , o social geniality.
He has a prominent forehead, weU
shaped head, grav hair and moustache,
and light vymit- He wears a black cloth
suit; open! veat. turn down collar and
Black tie. Be holds In his hand A yel
low cane with carved ivory or horn
handle. Mr. Hamlin wears a pleasant
smile, and is withal quite dlgntnea. -
Mr. Frederick W. Brandenburg Is a
German cigar maker, forty-five years of
age.- He is small or statue, witu a uou
of average size, dark brown hair and
mmifttArha. blue eves, hi eh cheek bones,
prominent nose and a rounded fore
head. Mr. Brandenburg wearsaDiacK
suit standing collar and a email black
cravat. He pays especial attention to
the proceedings, generally sitting witn
folded arms. He occasionally leans
forward in auest of the spittoon, and
t.hn twists his dark, heavy moustacne,
as if resolving something in hismind.
Henry J. Bright is a retired mercnant,
and over 50 years of age. He is fat and
chubby, andives indication of living
well. He has a high forehead, eyes of
hmwn. cropped side whiskers, a run
rounded face, a great acqueline nose
with flattened nostrils and a large
mouth and a tendency to a double chin.
His hair is parted on the left side. His
suit of dark brown. In its quality and
ahane. bespeaks a tailor's art. He wears
a tnrndown collar and a black cravat
. Charles Stewart, the sleeping juror,
s a merchant, oyer, fifty years or age.
He generally rests his head on his
hands, as if troubled or asleep, and it is
fair tn nresume that he has' enjoyed
many a, refreshing nap in the court
room during the trial, tie nas brown
hair and whiskers, Diue eyes, tnai iook
heavv and dull. His beard, which, like
his hair, , is mixea witn gray,extenas
from his temples to his chin.
ilia left-hand ueighDor is a ventapie
Irishman in shape, manner and beha
vior. Thomas 1. J-angiey, a grocer. 49
years of . age. ; Mr,,Ijangiey ha$ a low
loreneacunarK iuur, wiutenea wun ago,
and short side whiskers. He has keen,
dark eves and heavy brows, and his face
gives evidence of intelligent attention.
He dresses in darK Diue clothing ana
wears a white cravat all crumpled and
tiehtlv tied around a standing collar,
Mr. Langley rests his hand on the
curled head of a polished black haw
thorn cane, and not unf requently takes
a calm survey or tne prisoner and the
To his right is another Irishman, Mr.
Michael Sheehan, a . well-to-do-grocer,
forty-seven years of age. He has red
dish tinted hair of fine fiber and side
whiskers. . He has a fine and honest
expression in his mud, yet Keen Diue
eyes, in tact, no man on tne jury nas
uner or smoother ieatures tnan Mr.
Sheehan. He looks as if he had "come
te a conclusion" and would not care
much about either the subsequest testi
monv of witnesses or argument of
counsel. His hair is close cropped, and
the blue eyes shaded by dark brows in
dicate a man of positive character.
These six jurors occupy the front seats.
George W. Gales, the youngest mem
ber of the jury, is twenty-seven years
of age. He has black hair and mous
tache. His eyes are wild and fiery, and
at times he does not look as if he were
entirely calm -and composed. He is
rather . handsome in appearance, is a
machinist,, and when summoned to
serve on the jury was at work in the
United States navy yard. The fact
that he has an insane uncle, and has
been sick during tbe trial, has caused
some to think he was affected by the
proceedings In the court.
Thomas Hainline is an ironworker
well advanced in years. He has a
rounded forehead, and the lower part
ot his face is hidden in bushy, iron-gray
whiskers and moustache that must be
at least ten or twelve inches in length.
Mr. Hainline's seat is in front of the
window, and he often leans back
against the sill.
His right-hand neighbor, Ralph
Wormley, is a veritable specimen of
the neero. is a laborer, and was former
ly identified with politics in the Dis
trict of Columbia, His painful expres
sion and sleepy manner are Quite no
ticeable. The greasy bandana which he
has stflong worn over his eye has given
wav to a srreen bandage. He freauently
raises his hand to his face and generally
wears as solemn a look as if he were at
a negro prayer meeting. Owing to his
appetite and the fine food with which
the jury is served he has made himself
sick several times.
To the right of this colored gentle
man is William H. Brow ner, a well
known commission merchant He is a
middle-aged man with a round bald
head. He is a keen man and a close
observer. He. too, has had a case of
insanity - in his family, Mr. Browner
wears a light moustache.
The next juror. Mr. Hobbs, is a plas
terer. and aged sixty-three years, being
the oldest member of the jury., His
thin side whiskers do not detract from
the noticeably sad. expression, of his
countenance. He sits for an hour or
more with his head bowed and resting
in his hand, as if in gad reverie. He is
the juror whose wife died two weeks
aeo. For forty, years he and his wife
lived together in quiet happy content
ment, ana wnen sne aiea bo suaaeniy,
and he was summoned to her, then un
conscious, his grief was painful to be
hold. . He does not look as if he could
give his undivided mind to the proceed
ings, for there is a great weight on his
Joseph" Frather is a middle-aged man
his business being that of a commission
merchant. He has a long, hoary beard
and moustache, smooth forehead, a
large but well-shaped nose and-bright
brown eyep. He frequently strokes his
beard and , pays strict attention to the
jury is and has been deemed a
most excellent one, being possessed of
more than ' ordinary common sense.
They, were selected from 159 talesmen.
Wmen vbP (3amble ,
St Louis Globe Democrat,
-, The police sergeant spoke of a dis
covery made more than a year ago of a
house in a respectable quarter, where
women of good position and conceded
respectability gave vent to a passion
for gaming staking their pin money at
faro and the less scientific games of
chance; black and red, cbuck-a-luck,
and English hazard. While walking a
beat in the locality he noticed the mys
terious actions of ladies who-called in
carriages and only entered a certain
house after .much maneuvering. He
one evening arrested a servant girt em
ployed in the house. At the four courts
some ivory chips were. found, in her
pocket, and then she weakened and
made a full confession to the effect that
gambling.was regularly carried on in
the house, the patrons aU.being ladies,
and the games being presided (over by
her mistress. The sums watered were
always small, but it was straightout
gambling allthe same. ;, vi
GATGAlqif u Jto. AddreM ;th If.
New Yobjk; Jan. 21. Alfred H. Col
fluitt; Governor of GeorgiaV will address
the Young Men's Christian Association
f (thiacitjrUrr Association Hall next
Mondoy evening on the occasion of the
twenty-ninth anniversarvi 3 u
S: ft a cured m of cunrit artnr sJinHuo
ment bad failed; you can recommend tt as a sure
cure. C (1 Burns, GreenjpasUe. Ind.
now Deginniug w do trame jEwvuMkuvu
to wnat : wiu m j neir? vt ruicu, w
ta r ate fetch nr. the lurorsif
ilockingham Spirit of the South : Ex
Sherriff Harris ti. Terry died, at his
home in this vicinity on tne iwin jnss.,
tn the 52d year of his age. ? i
iThe new, horse,. disease-rMDlnk; eye".
has appeared in thiSrtowh, but thus
far without fatal enect. j . i
The ne w cotton mill of Messrs. Leak,
Walt &McRae,da. this vicinity, began
operations: this week. Mr. H. Rishton
Montgomery Star: 'P. C Sanders, of
Uwharrie has sold another gold mine
In Cabarrus county.
Greensboro Bugle: The city of Reids-
vllle has believed it to be to her inter
est to place herself under quarantine
against the cities of Richmond, va
and Winston, n. u, on account or tne
prevalence of small-pox In those places.
No person from either of these infected
places is allowed to enter Reidsville,
under neavy penalty. .
Tarboro Southerner: Joseph Felder-
helmer, a resident, of Tarboro, left his
home last Friday morning and has not
since been heard from.
New York. Jan. 21. -A detective
left last night for Mobile with John J.
Thompson, telegraph operator, who de
frauded the Western Union company of
A NEW MOVS IN LOUISIANA.
The success which has for several years attend
ed the close personal attention paid In the sole
superintendence of the drawing of the Louisiana
State Lottery semi-annual grand distribution has
culminated in Generels Q. T. Beauregard, of
Louisiana, and Jubal A. Early, of Virginia, having
perfected arrangements by which in the future
uey will act In a similar capacity for the monthly
drawings, which tike place always on tne second
Tuesday of eacn montn. The run particulars can
be had by writing to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans,
' J VAKDEBpfLT UNIVEBSITY, TENN.
As a disinfectant and detergent, Prof. Darby's
Prophylactic Fluid is superior to any preparation
with which I am acquainted.
JUL I. JvUtTUW,
Darby's Prophylactic Fluldfpurifies a foul atmos
phere. destroying the infectious germs, gives re
lief and comfort to the sick and protection from
contagion to those nursing. In all cases of small
pox, scarlet fevers, 4d, its use will stop the spread
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, Genera Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil
as a safe, sure, timple and cheap External
Bemedy. A trjal entails bat the comparatively
trifling outlay of 60 Cents, and every one suffering
with pain can have cheap and positive proof of iu
Directions in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AHD DEALERS
A. VOGE1VER & CO.,
Baltimore, Jfd., 17. s. X.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter Low
poor it may naturally be.
Hasan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate ana harmless arti
cle, whieh instantly remores
Freckles, Tan, Redness,
Roaghness, Eruptions, Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate 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 73 cents.
F R A ME S .
A SPLEffDID AES0ETMEKT
Chew only tbe brand . of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket. , . ..
THl old Oaken Bucket
A Tbe Iron bound bucket.
Tbe moss-covered bucket.'
Tbat bung in tbe wett. J f v
Charlotte, N. CL, Sole Agent.
JVbrili Carolina Railroad.
TBAISS QOXSQ HAST.';-
Date, Dec 18, '8 i No. f5 if .No 51" No. 53
. j Dally. I Dally. Dally.
Leave Charlotte, 4.30 p raj 8 80am 8.10 pm
" Salisbury, 6.17 P ml 5.80 am 10.02 pm
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 p ml 7.86 am 12 05 am
Leave wreensb'ro 8.18 p ml 7.56 am 12.15 am
Arrive N.DanvUle 10.10 pm 10 00a m 12 23 am
Leave N. Dan vUle 1 1.30 p m 10 1 5 a m
Arrive hlchmOnd, 7.40 a ml 3.55p m
Leave Greensb'ro I 9.50 am
Arrive Balelgh.. ' 1.52 pm
Leave Balelgh,.. j 217 pm
AnlveGoldsboro' 4.20 pm .
No. 61 -Connects at Greensboro' with K & U.
B. B. tor all pointB East and West, via Danville
and Blcbmond, also with train lor Balelgb and
No. 55 Connects at Greensboro' wlfb B. & D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Blcbmond. .
No. 58 -Connects at Greensboro with B. 4 D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
". TRAINS G9IS& WEST, "
Date. Dec 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dally. Da ly. Dally.
Leave Golds&oro' 1 2.20 p m
Arrive Ba'elgh,.. 12.40 pm
Leave Haleiiih, 4 00 p m
Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm 630pm 7.5am
Arrive Greensb'ro M 80pr 8.30 pm 0 30am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.35 p m 8.40 p m 9 35 a m
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15pm 10.87 mil .22 a m
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40am 1225 m 1.05 pm
;N. W. IV. C. IUILROAD.
601 NG WEST
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 pm
Arrive Kernersvllle li.07 pm
Arrive Salem..!. , -11.50 pm
NO. 62 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro .1 0.00 a m
Arrive KerrtersvtUe. 1 1.00 a m
Arrive Salem 11.80 am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem... 7.30am
Arrive Kernersvllle . -. 8.04 a m
Arrive Greensboro. 9.00 a m
Leave Salem. 4.80pm
Arrive Kemersville 5. 1 0 p m
Arrive Greensboro 6.80 p m
"Pullman Sleeping Cars Wittait atom
On. Train No. 51, between- Atlanta and New
York, via Danville.
On Train No. 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Train No. 63, 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 Danvlile.
On Train No 54, between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
ty Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and ChaTlottw. and
pilnclpal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. Kit Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Ter
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passeneer Agent.
dec.31 KichMond, Va.
PURSUANT to a decree of the. Superior Ck,urt of
Mecklenburg, I whl sell at Public Aucilon Lt the
court house in Cnarlotte, on .
MONDAY, THE 27TH OE FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court,) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the intersection
of the N orth Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and o'thers,
now known as the Butler property.
Resold because of puichaser at iate sale failing
Terms V3 cash; balance on 3 and 6 months
credit, with interest Title reserved as security for
balance. R. BARttlNGER,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
W, H. CHICK,
Having removed to Ihe shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook & Ladder Truck House, is
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, SIGN
and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, such as
Guilding, KalsomiDiDg, Frescoing, 4e.
3 an 8 tf
pLOEIDA ORANGES and LZM0N8; a!so on
band Turkeys, Geese, Eegs and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Fiour and Ng w Orl; ans Molasses.
dec23 S. M. HOWELL.
Everybody wants It, bu,t very few get It,
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, 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 lia
ora. 'fhey. axe roasted in the most perfect
nioithcypi ii'bdposdble 'to. ' ros'tl wel Id
pnall quantities), then put in pound pack
ages (in the bean, not ground,) bearing our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and eaoh package contains thaThurbep
Fecipe ior making good Coffee. ye
pack two kinds, Thurber's " No. 3y
strong and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. One or tha other will
suit every taste. They have the throe
great points, good quality, honest quan
tity, reasonable price. Ask your Qrocer
for Thurber'e roasted Coffee in pound pack
ages, "No. 34" or "No. 41." Do not bo put
off wiffa any other kind your own palate
will tell you what is best
Where persons desire it we also, furnish
the "IdeaV Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
aad cheapest coffee-pot in. existence.
Grocers wTiq sell our Goffee keep .them.
Xsk for descriptive circiilar. s ' v
Respectfully, &b:, :
. II. K. fc F. B. TLTUEBER & CQ.,
Jmposters, WiiQlesale Qrocerg and Coffea
Boasters, New York.
P. S. As the largest dealers In food pro
ducts in the world, wa consider it our in
terest to inanufacture only pur and whole
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
are authorized to refund the purchase
jprice in any case where eastpmers have
cause'for dissatisfaction. It is tnerefbrs
to the interest of both dealers aid con
sumers to use Thurber's brand. -
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETEES TOR DBTJMMEES.
- STATXSYILLX, N. G. 1
THIS househas been leased for a term of years
'bv Mrs.T)r. Beeves, whose Intention 1 to
keep a strlrtlyflrstHSasslionse In every respect.
CommodiDus sample rooms oa fir&t and second
Tbe patronage of the public la solicited.
?4nlylyitf., i..., ... . .
Wo continue totict as Solicitors for Patents, Caveati"
Trade Marks. OopyrightSi etc; for the United States,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc "Wa
have had thirty-fire reus experience.
Patents obtained through us are noticed in the Sci
Kxnric Americas'." .Thi large and splendid lllus
of Science, i very interesting, and has an enormous
utettop, - Iddresa MUNN CO, Patent goUcl
J?rs,u5!"' ScnsmnQ ahrican, 7 Park Bow.
New York. Hand book aboiit Patents free.- t., ,
ABKACIIFUL OBSAN,the MOZART," new s-vin
No. 12,000. 27 stops. 10 full sets (joloen Ton
eue Beds, SOLID WALNUT Highly Polished
Case. New and valuable improvements lust ad
ded. Stool, book, music Boxed and delivered on
board cars here, price ONLY SIXTY DuLLaRm
Net Cash, batls taction guaranteed In every itar'
tlcularor money refunded after one yeai'suse
Every one sold sells another. It Is a Standing
Auvertlsement. Order at once. Nothing saved bv
correspondence. My new fttctory Just completed
capacity 2,0o0 Instruments every 26 days verv
latest labor-saving wood-working machinery
Vast capital enables me to miinufacture bet'er
goods for less money tnan evft. Address or call
upon DAiSIEL T. BE4TTY
.... . Washington. New Jersey.
DIARY FREE ZJS.
est table, calendar, etc. Pent to any addiess on,
receipt on two Thkeb-Ckh.' r tamps. Address
CHARLtta K. BIKES '
48 N. Delaware Ave. Phiia.
AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
to sell the Life and Complete History of
THE TRIAL OF GUITE&U.
A eketcb of his erratic careerand FULL HISTORY
of the strange scenes and Startling Disclosures
of his trial; the most costly and remarkable in ton
annals of crime, well Illustrated, win sen
Immensely. Agents outfit 50e. Terms to .uent
UberaL Address HUBBARD BROS
. Publishers, Atlanta, G a.
8 0 ID ME9AL AWARDED
the Author. A now and great m"
tcsj Work. wsrranted the best and
cheapest, indispensable to ev-v
man entitled "tha Soience of Li'f o
or Self-Preeeryation ; bound m
n -iiich miaUn, embossed
lull gllt.300 pp.contams beautiful
steel engravings 125 presenn
t,?,8,5nce on,y $1-25 sent by
mail . fllustrated sample, CcentR-
.... .1 . . .- . ,r . wia x caiM,'JT ," ,,,1.
ITS POPTJLAEITT- UUPAB ALLELED
ion nnn ni n iand8tm agents
IGUfUUU OULU ! ABB WANTED to supply
tne wonderful and Increasing demand tor by far
the best, most popular and cheapest
1 icc nc HADCinn price
Lll L, Ul UHlir ILLU
This work Is pbofuselt rLLtJSTEATED, tells the
entire thrilling story of bis 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 tbe most
liberal of any. Superb Steel Plate Portraits Free
For proof of excellence, saleabillty, success of
agents and terms address at once,
HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., Phlla.
THE HIGHEST AWARDSrrrepffio1
in the GREAT WORLD'S FAIR in LONDON,
1861 ; at the GREAT EXPOSITION in PARIS,
1867; at the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
in CHILI, 18T5; and at the grand CENTEN
NIAL EXHIBITION in Philadelphia, 1S7G.
All persons wishing to purchase (or ex
amine) jBstroments are respectfully in
vited to visit our Warerooms.
Send for Circular and Price List.
CHICKERIN6 & SONS
120 Fifth Avenue. N.Y, I 156 Tremont St., Boston.
3-SEND FOtt CIRCCXAItO.-. 5
Yictor Sewiflg Macliina Co.,
SOUTHERN OFFICE No. 8 N. Charles street,
TO CALL AX
BEFORE YOU MAKE
Your Holiday Pnrckes,
We w ill not here attempt
1 to enumerate wbat we have
but if you win call we wp satisry you tbat wobave
the finest assortment of
eyer brouglit to this market.
Call and see our Display wbetbe-r you buy or not.
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, Just received. Remember
none can under-boy us, and none can
- under sell us.
; ; FOR SALE. '
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square in Charlotte, will be bold cheap
and on reasonable terms to tbe right kind of a
purcfeaser Thfi dwelling is on a fulllol has nira
comfortaWe rooms, brief Kitchen, flne well or ws
ter.eta Tbe bouse is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or pwacber; having
an admirable library or study roornVbulit T for he
fiti-tiV-,.V w..'r-,.f ... . 1
THi? ln er 01 Ninth "street and the
v. .ojH1 SUnauxwdrtrontlng 140 feet on
iifMtilS ?tt 016 North Carolina
Sxr22JU1Jeil?Sr be sold-aa a whole or divided
JS&K0 Iot! i 70 h1 1W leet Suitable either for
!I?-g5r tact0XT PHTPosea. Apply to
lun2D,tt - . PHILLIPS