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Stf N DAY; JAN. 29 1882. '
FUlem Press : We bear, of horses
wheat being stoleititi the neighborhood
a few miles, below Cown,. xne norses
There are seven ice pounds m ana
around this plaice. : ' ; ;
Some or the youug iojks -01 mis
place have organized a private theatri
cal company. ,
A snake, three ieec in lengm
was-ktlled in the branch, known as,
"Tar River," by Rufua Hauster, on
last Saturday week. Rather early for
reptiles to be crawling about. ; !
Baleigh News and Observer : There l&
an unusual amount 01 sunenng among
fhepoor. , '
Sufficient virtrs to vaccinate Beveial
thousand persons was received at Simp
son's vesterdav. ior tne county super
intendent of Health. : tSome virus was
also received which can be furnished to
The following sheriffs yesterday set
tled the taxes due the State by their
respective counties: A S Haynes, Lin
coln. S5.012 68; HO Kearney, Frank
lin. 87.119 81 : Joseph G Neal, MeDow-
ell,$2,204 48; M Hahn, CraveD, $861
Asheboro Courier: High Point is
movinar. Mr. Causev is to add another
buildine 180 by 60 feet to his cotton
factory. - Mr. Nissen proposes to start
an iron f oundry. He is backBi by cap
ital sufficient to surmount any obstacle
and will begin work as soon as the
weather will permit Mr. Snow has
drawn his plan for the erection of a
large sash and blind factory and its exe
cution awaits only iavoraoie weatner,
There is also a shuttle factory in con
templation. Its erection is assured iu
the near future.
"MVmrnA "Rxrirfifw; Thirtv one amli
cants for certificates as public school
teachers, were examined by Maj. Ash-
craft, county superintendent, on the
12th. 13th and 14th inst Of these, 9 re
ceived first (trade certificates, 11 received
second grade, 2 received third grade, and
9 failed to get any grade. The superin
tendent makes his examination thor
ough and searching, for which' he is cer
tainly entitled to the commendation of
Wo were shown by Mr. L. M. Se-
crest. couutv surveyor, a few days ago,
a couole of pieces of mud slate, which
was taken from the Smart Gold Mine,
in Sandv Ridee township, at the depth
of 33 feet, upon which were portrayed
beautiful landscape views with almost
life-like distinctness. This phenome
non, which to us is very strange, is no
doubt explained scientifically, but we
are not able to do it.
Greensboro Bugle: Ureenstoro is
soon to have gas works.
The question of a public cemetery is
agitating the city commissioners,
WiBston Sentinel : Wild pigeons have
put in an appearance in the woodlands
west or town.
Mai. W. B. StvDe and his son Marion
have started a distillery near town, and
the Collector. Mr. Everett, has assigned
to them as store-keeper, a negro. This
new departure on the part of the Col
lector hAs raised quite a breeze among
some of the faithful, and curses loud
and deep are muttered from the
throats of a number of good Republi
cans who have made their living for
number of years storekeeping.euaging.
or something of the kind, at the idea
of a negro holding office.
Wilmington Star: The city ia swarm
ing with tramps.
The first shad of the season made
their appearance here yesterday
A fortune-telling tramp, who had
been here for some days engaged in
the practice of his profession, in viola
tion of the law in such cases made and
provided, was arraigned before Mayor
Smith, yesterday morning, who finally
ordered his release on the pledge that
he would immediately leave the city
He claimed to be a Petersburgian.
Asheboro Courier: The Davis Moun
tain mine seems to be in the hands of
parties who appreciate its value ; confi
dence begotten rrom aeveiopments ex
ists thereon. The early future wil
bring golden tidings therefrom.
The Cagle gold mine in Moore county
is now being worked by a northern
company: the property has just chang
ed owners and a practical man put at
the head. A ball of amalgam weighing
over twenty pounds was on hand and
the immense yield is surprising every
body. Uur men as itobinson o
Charlotte and Campbell of Carthage
are assisting in the development.
The Branson mine on Little River,
seven miles south of Asheboro, seems
now to have found a purchaser. Mr. II
T.Moffitt and W. J. Page spent consid
erable money thereon during the last
year and proved the existence of a vast
mass of excellent ore. Machinery is the
only thing required to make a sure suc
cess or the .Branson.
The latest accounts from the Hoover
Hill gold mine are as flattering as ever
some of vthe richest ore ever found in
the State or in the South has been
found there and some of the ore has
been shipped to England, to show it
just as it is. A few more enterprising
companies like this would soon impress
the outside world with the value of the
mineral deposit in our State and add to
the material wealth.
The Poplar Branch mine about six
miles west of Asheboro is nearly ready
for digging and milling the ore. The
enterprising manager, Mr. Robert
Meeker, has been very busy for months
past, utilized his engine, etc- for saw
mill purposes because he required the
lumber for his buildings: trestle work
for railroad, etc., and by his prudence
has saved a large amount of money for
his company, lie has a large quantity
or ore out ready to work and will soon
be at it. His battery of ten stamps is
to be as complete as any outfit in the
state and the whole equipment is a
credit to him. It is quite a treat to ex
Salisbury Watchman : They are down
in shaft No. 2, one hundred and seventy
feet ; and they are driving and stoping
in snait jn o. l. The ore continues good
vein four feet wide. The concentrat
ing works are going up rapidly the
Duna is 78X69, three stones. The ma
cmnery is all on the property, and it is
calculated that the works will be in
operation by the 10th of next month.
The North State Mining Company
nave assessed their stock 10 cts. per
Bnareior tne purpose of erecting smel
ters at their copper mine in Ashe coun
ty. If all be true that is said of this
mine they should pay a dividend by
SILYER VALLEY MINE IK DAVIDSOK
This seems to be the Bonanza mine
of the State at the -present time. Thev
employ about eighty hands and are nro-
d using about five tons of concentrated
ore aauy, wuicu is reported co oe wortc
nve hundred dollars per ton. At any
rate it is safe to say that this one more
pay ing mine in the state.
isir i i
A Clerical JLotnrlo.
Bloomlngton,Ill., Jan. 28. Rev. H.
O. Hoffman, a prominent methodist
minister was found guilty of seduction
and bastardy by the church committee
f ter a tea day's triaL
THE PRESS Oft THE SITUATION,
- . AGAIN THE 6RYTi
Beldsvllie Times. -u " : ' "' . .
Deadbeat politicians to. the rear J We,
want busy, active, solid men who are J
worth One hundred cents on the dollar
4t tiomto rnn the politics, of North
oaronna. x oet3, veniases, taientea ora
tors, j to the rear if they idon't stand
olid as business men at hom& to tne
rear with them.. , The country wants to
Gwensboro North State -Stalwart. "
The Wilmington Post has at last de
serted the Republican party openly and
comes out in its true colors. In its last
issue It advises the Republicans in this
State to select a Democratic leader, and
follow nim; What glory there would
be, m 115,000 Republicans surrendering
to Jine Democrat I That would be su
perb management The colored people
can see what the Post has in -store for
themr That journal is suddenly struck
witn a virtuous spasm, it now discov
ers that the Legislature of 1868 and
1869, was a bad lot, and that the move
ment of Gov. Holden to suppress the
ku-klux, was "without warrant and by
the bayonet" 'That sugar-coats the
Republican pill for Bill Johnson
Charles Price. They can swallow
thing a little better in public now.
Col. Wm. Johnson, of Charlotte, the
secession candidate against Gov. Vance
in 1862, and the standing candidate fo
any office to be gotten since, has gon
over to the Radical party. Col. John
ston was a candidate for Congress in
this district before the late convention
at Rockingham, When Mai. Dowd was
nominated. We acted as one of the
secretaries, and we recollect Col. John
son came within a few votes of being
nominated. In all candor we ask him
had he been nominated and elected,
would he now have deserted the Demo
cratic party t If he would have the
convention made a narrow escape. If
he would not have which is far more
grobable his present motives are visi
le to the blind.
JUMPING THE FENCE.
A few of the Democratic bell weath
ers are jamping the fence. Col. Wm,
Johnston, of Charlotte, ex-Speaker Chas
rnce, Col. N. Folk and tJoi. .Lenoir and
Capt. Nat. Atkinson shook their heels
of Democratic dust last week. It will
do no good to abuse and belittle men
who have been once honored in the
Democratic household. Better take out
the rotten timber, put up the gap, get
none but trusty shepherds and keep
clean fodder in the rack.
can't afford it.
Greens boio Noith State Stalwart.
The great importance attached to
the desertion from the Democratic
party to the Republican ranks of Col.
Johnston, Maj. Price, and a few others,
is rather amusing in some respects. It
looks big, probably, in Washington, to
see a few Colonels and Majors come
forward and announce their new alle
giance. But where is the army which
is to folio n them? We cannot afford
to take our leaders from the other side
put them in commission and then
place them in command of our faithful
soldiers, who, tor lo these many years,
have, in the face of ostracism, abuse
and every adversity, bravely marched
to the polls and voted the Republican
ticket, Who are these men who are
presented to the President asthepo
litical bonanzas which the "barnacle
brigade" have discovered? Are they
cherished Democratic leaders who have
seen the error of their ways and now
espouse the Republican cause ; or are
they a few disappointed and sore-headed
office hunters who seek pastures
new ? We will not attempt to give an
answer, but will conclude with one of
Sydney Smith's anecdotes. Smith said
that a farmer could always tell the
number of a coming litter by counting
the teats provided by nature for the ap
proaching family of swine. The witty
Sydney said that there was generally
"teat for each pig, but sometimes,
through an eccentricity of nature, one
or more pigs appeared than had been
provided for: In this case the poor ex
tra pigs went fighting from teat to teat,
driven off by the lawful possessor until
driven by hunger and desperation they
would at last seize on the caudle ap
pendage of the indinerent mother, and
suck and squeal and squeal and suck,
until exhausted nature found relief In
We want something better than dead
political pigs to add to our vigor and
strength. We prefer acquisitions from
the well fed Democratic litter.
It is reported that M. Bouzand, the
husband of Christine Nilsson, has be
come insane through the excitement
on the Pans bourse.
By a vote of 805 to 107 the French
(jnamoer or Deputies rejected the gov
eminent bill for the revision of the
constitution, and M. Gambetta has ten
dered his resignation.
Gen. Robert B. Mitchell, ex-governor
of New Mexico, died at his residence
in Washington, Thursday, af ter an ill
ness of only two days.
It is understood that Mr. Def rees, the
puuiic printer, uaa sept a getter or res
ignation to the President,
Rev. Henry W. Bellows, D. D..isly
ing in a critical condition at his resi
dence, in New York, from an intesti
nal disease which has baffled the efforts
of his physicians. Yesterday there
was no change reported m hiscondi
tion, but an operation is said to have
been decided upon.
An experimental tiip was made on
the new cable railway in Chicago ves
terday, which was regarded by tne offi
cers of the company as entirely suc
cessful. It is claimed that the cars
will travel at the rate of eight miles an
George Melius, brakeman, and Geo
x. nauiuru, conauctor. wno wfire
charged by the coroner's jury with be
ing parwy responsible for the Spuyten
Duyvil accident, were Thursday held
wj uou iu ,mas iu await lj4jb acuop. or
tne granu jury.
The store of Moses M. Black, one of
the oldest houses in Mansfield, Ohio, is
in the hands of his creditors through
I the withdrawal of patronage caused oy
twu ui uib ciergs Deing aown with
The will of Sally Blood, of Concord.
Mass., after giving small sums to rela
tives and friends, bequeaths the resi
due, several thousand dollars, to the
payment of the debt of the towns. She
was 90, and unmarried.
J. J. See m it, a "crank" prisoner in the
jail at Rock Island, 111., on Wednesday
set fire to the prison, which was partial
ly destroyed, together with the county
building. Loss, 87,5001
George W. Cramer, aged "67 years,
died on Wednesday in West Troy, N.
Y. He was an extensive builder, and
erected the Ocean Beach Hotel, the
first large hotel built on Coney Island.
At Wallace H. Brink & Co.'s foundry,
Burlington, Yt, yesterday, eight work
men were making a full ton casting,
when the ladle was accidentally over
turned and the whole mass -of .molten
metal poured out, setting the building
on fire. Patrick Donnelly, Benjamin
Wright, and Thomas Crowley were per
haps, fatally burned.' J amesv Hayden
was also dangerously burned. The oth
er four escaped. The foundry was dam
aged to the amount of several thousand
I Changing the Mude of Appointment. I
Richmond. . Va- Jan. 28.--The "Read-
justef members of the General Assem-
trty m caucus last mgnt agreea -upon a
biltwhich "provides for aEchabgei in the
pjcese.nte system of appointing - Commisv ,
sioners ' iprCbapcery. ;? c transfers? the
appointing power from the judges of
the- court to the Governor. Several
oUnty .judges were also nominated by
the caucus.. ;
Paid the Penally.
Mansfield, La.. Jan. 2& Ed. Bel-
toh colored, was executed yesterday for
the. attempted murder and highway
robbery of Alfred Smith, last summer.
. ; i 5 a world ok good.
One of the mwt Dorralar medicines row before
the American puollc, is Hop Bitters. Yon :see tt
everywnere. reopie taxe it wun good etrect. it
builds them up. It is not as pleasant to the taste
as some other Bitters, as It Is not a whiskey drink.
It Is more like the old fashioned boneset tea, that
has done a world of good. If you don't feel Just
right, try Hop Bitters. Nunda News.
When the skin Is parcbed and freckled by
strong northwest winds and the face becomes dry
and scaly, It can be restored to smoothness and
good color by Dr. Benson's Skin Cure. A perfect
remedy for troublesome itching and vexations
To promote a vigorous growth of the hair, nse
Parker's Hair Balsam. It rf stores the youthful
color to gray balr, remove dandruff, and cures
tenmg oi the seal p.
AN ALARMING SPREAD OF SMALL POX.
The most potent remedy to stop the spread of
this great scourge Is Darbys Prophylactic Fluid,
which is ready for nse at all times. Persons are
liable at any moment to "catch" the disease, and
should get the Fluid at once and use it freely about,
as places cannot be infected where the Fluid' Is
used. Persons attending the sick or in other ways
exposed to the disease will be protected by its free
8. S. 8. cured me of Catarrh after all other treat
ment bad failed; you can recommend It as a sure
cure. C. C. Burns. Greencastle, Ind.
fti ulinM Vi a nnt matia Ittkwii a- nmtihlnaMrm
equal to s. S. S. for skin diseases, says T. L. Mas
slnburg, Ph. G. Macon, Ga. -
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General 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, simple and clieap External
Remedy. A trial entails but the comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one suffering
with pain eon have cheap and positive proof of iu
Directions in Kleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DBUGGISTS AUT DEALERS
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore, Md., V. 8. X.
tfec 80 dk w ly
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally he.
Kazan's Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantlyremoves
Freckles, Tan, Redness,
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul-
far Flushings, etc., etc. So
elicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
fto lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
BARTER'S YOUNG PEOPLE.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 PAGES.
Suited to Boys and Girls of from six to sixteen
years of age.
YOL. Ill COMMENCED NOVEMBER 1st, 1881.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE.
The YOUNG PEOPLE has been from the first
successful beyond anUclpation - New York Even
It has a distinct purpose to which It steadily ad
heres that, namely, of supplanting the vicious
Sapers for the youDg with a paper more attractive,
s well as more wholesome. Boston Journal.
For neatness, elegftnee of engraving, and con
tents generally, it is unsurpassed by any publica
tion of the kind yet brought to our notice Pitts
Its weekly visits are eagerly looked for, not only
by the children, but also by parents who are anx
ious to provide pure literature for their girls and
boys. Christian Advocate, Buffalo, New xork.
A weekly paper for children which parents need
not fear to let their children read at the family
Ore aide Hartford Daily Times.
Just the paper to take the eye and secure the at
tention of the boys and glrla.--SptlDgneid Union.
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE,
Per Year, Postage Prepaid,
Single Numbers Four Cents each.
. The Bound Volume for 1 88 1 was ready early
In November. Price S3, postage prepaid. Cover
lor YOUNG PEOPLE foe 1881, 85 cents; postage,
Remittances should be made by Postofnce-lfoney
Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss,
Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement
without the exsreas order of Harper ft Brothers.
Address HARPER & BROTHERS, "
Jsn26 1 - New York.
Chew only the hrand ot icbacco known as The
Id Oakwa Bucket ' ' 1 : ; .
THE old Oaken Bucket, :
The iron bound bucket.
The moss-covered bucket,
That hung In the welL
CHAS. R. JONES.
. Charlotte, N. C, Sole Afcent,
Liberal terms to dealers.
1 OOHDEJTSED i SGHEDULES,
TRAINS GOING EAST.'
Date, Dec.' 18, 8i , No 55. , No 51 No. 53
: f. . Dally. s Dally. ' Daily.
Leave Charlotte, 4.30 pm USOam a 10 pm
" Salisbury. 6.17 pm 5.30 a m 10.02 p m
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 p m 7.36 a m 12 05 am
Leave ttreensb'ro 8.18pm 7.56am 12.15am
Arrive N.DanvIlle 10.10pm IQOOam 12.23 am
Leave N DanvUle 11.80 pm 1015am '.?....
Arrive Richmond, 7.40 am 8.55 pm
Leave Greensb'ro 9.50 am
Arrive Ralelgb,.. ; 1.52 pm
Leave Raleigh,.. 2.17 pm
Arrive GoJdsboro' 4.20 pm .
So. 51 Connects at Greensboro with. RAD.
R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train lor Raleigh and
Ne. 65 Connects at Greensboro' with K. k n
R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
Jlo. 53 Connects at Greensboro' with R. A D.
R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST. :
, , . ,
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dally Daily. Daily
Leave Goldsboro' 12.20 p ml
Arrive Raleigh,.. 1 2.40 p m
Leave Baleigh, . 4 00 p m
Leave Richmond; 1207pmll.25pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm 630pm 7.H5am
Arrive Greensb'ro H.30 p m 8.30 p m 9 30 a m
Leave Greensb'ro 9.35 pm 8.40 pm 9 35am
Leave Salisbury, . 11.15pm 1 0.37 m 1 1 .22 a m
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
79. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 p m
Arrive Kernersville. 11.07 X m
Arrive Salem 11.50 pm
NO. 52yDally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro. .'. 1 0.00 a m
Arrive Kernersville 11 .00 a m
Arrive Salem 1 1.80 a m
GOING EAST. '
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 am
Arrive Kernersville w 8.04 a m
Arrive Greensboro 9.00 a m
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem. 4.30 p m
Arrive KernersviUe.. 5.10 pm
Arrive Greensboro. 6.80 p m
PuMan Sleeping; Cars Wittumt CMie
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. 53, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Danvlile.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danville.
On Train No 54, between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
"Through Tickets on sale at Greenabore',
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
pnucipai points soutn, southwest. West, North
and East. Vr Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas acd the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
riecSl RlchMond. Va.
PURSUANT lo a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, 1 will sell at Public Auction at the
court house in Cnarlotte, on
MONDAY, THE 27TH OF FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the intersection
of the Ivorth Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler property.
Resold because of purchaser at late sale failing
Terms V3 rash; balance on 3 and 8 months
credit, with interest. Title reserved as security for
balance. R. BARdlNGER,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
jfcySEXD TOU CIRCULARS.-.
Victor Sewing lade Co,
SOUTHERN OFFICE No. 8 N. Charles street,
Everybody wants It, but v&ry few gret It,
bocauso most people do not know how to
BcloCSt coffee, or it is spoiled in the roasting
or making. To obviate these difficulties
as lieen our study. Thurber's package
poiTces are selected by an export who un
derstands the art of blending various fla
vors. They aro roasted injtho most perfect
manner (it is impossible to roast well 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
recipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's "No. 84,"
.gtrpng and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41,"
pil(j and rick. One or the other wUl
piilt' every taste. They- have ho thre
great points, good quality, 'honest quart?
tity, reasonable price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber' a roasted Coffee in pound pack'
ages, "No. U" or "iyb. 41." J)q not be put
off with any other kind your own palate
will tell you what is best
Where persons desire it we also, furnish
tho "Ideal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
H. K. fc F. B. THURBER & CO,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P. S. As the largest dealers in 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 ah
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to bo of superior
quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase
price in any case where customers have
pause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore
j the interest of both dealers, and con
eumers lo use Thurber's Itranq,
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUAETIES TOE DEUMMEES.
STATESYILLE, N. C
THIS house has been leased for a term of years
by Mrs. . Dr. Reeves, whose Intention U to
keep a strictly first-daes Jiouse in every respect.
Commodious sample rooms on fint and second
The patronage of the public is spllpltad.
1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ,' : i .ill-,
i LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful Imprudence causing Prema
ture Decay, 'Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc,
having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cure, which he will eend FREE
to his fellow-sufferers, address J. II. ItliEYIiS,
43 Chatham frit., N. Y.
In connection with the publication of This ob
sxbvkb, and the establishment of one of the larg
est, most complete, and most thoroughly equipped
JOB PRINTING HOUSES
In the South, the proprietor has just 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
very low figures.
And work of this class.jruled and bound to order
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OP WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get the).
DATES and POSTERS printed here in as attractive
a manner as In New York.
We have a very full supply of type for printing,
at snort notice and in first class style,
BRIEKS FOR 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
8peclal attention given to Railroad Printing.
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
DO IT MIL
TO CALL AT
We win not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but if jou will call we wm satisfy yon that we have
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market,
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Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, lust received. Rem-rroes
nore can undei-buy us, and none can
rov M ale.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square in Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. The dwelling is on a fall lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc The house Is admirably adapted for the
f aupm.uip uinprj u BUHiJ IW1U, Will JOr 11)0
purpose. FOr furthsr particulars, price, terms,
; City Lot for ie JGIip.
TBI Lot on the corner of KlnOi 'street and the
. North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet on
Ninth street and 198. feet on the North Carolina
!.lw. Bill ..M - T7 1 .1 rt
uwuvou, wui ctuioi um uiu m a wuoie or mviucu
Into two lots of 70 by 196 feet. Suitable either for
f lionet? act0I, DureB'- AJ?Pj
BEFORE YOU MAK1
Your Holiday Parchases.