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Sip l)arlottt bBtrotr.
C a AS, R JONES, Editor A Pprrtl
IxnMn at m P08T-0m0B it CHABLOTTB,
N C. AS 8OOro-CLA8B MATTXB.1
TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 1882.
The funded debt of
rvimnnisnrv vaccination has bee:
adopted in Iowa.
ThA nnmiiation of Rome has in
creased 55,808 since 1871.
Raltimore is talkine up the Chesa
peake and Delaware ship canal.
Thftrn a 35.000 more women than
men in Philadelphia.
New Orleans has the reputation of
Being the worst taxed city in this coun
The project to start an ice factory at
Greenville, S. C, is in a fair way to succeed.
Tt is stated that General Grant wilH
visit. th South about the first of.
Gath sats that some of the Washinj
ton lawvers characterize the Guiteart
verdict as an outrage.
The receipts of the Denver, Colorado
postoffice, have increased from $530,C
in 1879, to $2,000,000 in 1881.
The is another "mud cut" boom it
Raleigh. There is talk of changing tt
name of Favetteville street to "Ml
While the Mormon question is cor
incr nrominentlv to the front there!
an 'larmine increase" of divorces
As Sergeant Mason didn't get his
work in on Guiteau perhaps he woulC
like to serve as haneman. This woul
give him shorter range.
They have another political crisis inj
France. But how could the averagf
Frenchman be haDDV without a crisis'
of some sort?
Cannon, the Mormon delegate froi
Utah, threatens to unmask the amoui
of several Drominent Congressmen if
thev ODDOse his admission into tl
j - i r
The new apportionment bill reporte
by the committee to the House whi
bases the representation on 320 mer
bers, gives North Carolina an additioi
Wilmington Star: "We regret to sc
that the South continues to lead in
matter of commercial failures. Tl
excess is great and reveals a fin arte
condition that is anything else than i
The Chinese manufacture 730,000,1
yards of cotton cloth annually, and
only hand looms. Machinery has
yet found its way into the Celest
This world of ours is quite a wealt
planet. Its income is estimated at th
teen billions a year, its debt is thoug
to be ten billions, and its capital is na
approximately at eighty-five billions;
A delegation of Dakota people is
Washington urging the admission
the southern half of the territory int
the Union as a State. They claim
population of 200,000, and 40,000 voters
Mobile Register: "British papers se-j
verely criticise the conduct of ths Gtti-
teau trial. It is very satisfactory, how-j
ever, to know that tbis country haa
never produced a Jeffreys."
Guiteau thinks if his friends wilj
send in plenty of money to engage first
class counsel, with the Lord's help, oi
which he is confident, he will ge
through, but he don't seem to rely upoi
the Lord alone.
An American who recently visite
Oberammereua. where the Passio
Play is represented every ten yea:
found Pontius Pilate,Nicodemus, Judai
Iscariot, Barabbas and several cent
rions sitting in Herod's beer saloo:
smoking pipes and drinking.
Boston Globe: "We would like to see
Oscar Wilde 'tackle' a dish of Bosto:
baked beans. Let him try it as a sub-'
stitute for lilies, and he may be thi
agent through whom our NewEnglan
dish can be raised to the high dignit;
The South Carolina Legislature h
nassed a bill regulating the railroad
within the State,and creating a railro;
commissioner, at a salary of $3,000 pe?
annum, who is to exercise a gener;
supervision of all railroads doing bu;
ness in the State.
The Chicago Times thinks it is calc
lated to freeze Iceberg Sherman to tl
very vitals to behold the way in whic
his devoted Ohio supporters in 1880 at
looking toward Blaine for 1884. As
Presidential aspirant, Mr. Sherman is
trifle deader than General Grant.
Greenwich, Conn., has a vaccine fac
tory, which send3 its products all over
the world, having customers as far
away as Japan. Calves are hired from
the farmers who report that inocula
tion benefits rather than injures the ani
mals, and business is very brisk this
There was a banquet in Toronto the
other night, with speeches in favor of
Canadian independence. It did not
break up till 4 a.m. A dispatch to a
Montreal paper says: "Some of the
party refused to stand when the toast
of 'The Qneen' was being drunk." An
exchange thinks "perhaps they
Richmond State: "Last week a house
painter living on Broad street was sud
denly taken with all the symptoms of
small-pox. He vaccinated himself, and
then sending home for a change of
clothing, not daring to go himself for
fear of commnnicating the disease to
his family, he repaired at once to the
pest-house, and in four days was dead.
This was true, self-sacrificing heroism,
and the set is worthy of being recorded
in letters of gold.
NO SO STB AUG E, Afrffi AJLL.
A committee of North Carolinians
roprose to celebrate on July 2.1884.
the tercentenary of the first English
ettiement on American soil, made on
ioanoke Island by Sir Walter Raleigh.
bis settlement was a failure, the set
irs being destroyed either by disease
the Indians, and when Raleigh again
id Roanoke a visit he found nothing
t deserted huts. With the quantity
centennials and bi-centennials com-
g around, it seems strange that these
orth Carolinians should have chosen
'ailure to commemorate. New Or-
hy, that's another evidence of the
did streak that runs through the
erage .North Carolinian. Moscpeo-
e don't do the fair thing aoout tms
lebrating business, so they only select
little scenes in which they can cut
swell to celebrate, thereby leaving
impression that they never busted
any of their undertakings. Better
x it some and centennials will not be
monotonous and one-sided as they
e. And then, even u it was a failure,
!iy shouldn't we spread a little over
Our friends up in the wooden ham,
fioden nutmeg and missionary-ram
iction of this moral vineyard celebrate
the landing of the "Pilgrim Fathers"
i at Plymouth Rock, when they didn't
intend to land there at all, but did so by
f accident, because they couldn't help it,
1 and were probably sorry ever afterward
. Bat little Done in rathe Hee ?
$t Washington Sen ate. J an. ; SO.--
A communication was submitted from
the secretary of the treasury transmit
ting a letter from Collector Robinson
in relation to the difficulty of obtaining
search warrants for the discovery of
Bmuggled goods in New York.
House. In the house a number of
bills were introduced and referred,
amongwhich were the following:
By Wheeler, of Alabama, to grant
land to the State of Alabama in aid of
the Warrior & Tennessee River Rail
By Oates, Alabama, requiring the
Supreme Court of the United States . to
decide all cases predicated on contracts
r breach thereof, coming within their
jurisdiction, according to the law of
the place where the contract was made
or was to be performed.
Edmunds from the Judiciary com
mitttee reported favorably with an
amendment on the Senate bill, re-establishing
the court of commissioners of
the Alabama claims, and the distribu
tion of unamroDriated moneys of the
Geneva award. He remarked that the
committee was not. unanimous as to
any of the recommendations of the bill,
but as to some things it did not recom
mend it was unanimous. The com
mittee recommended the payment out
of the money received from 'Great
Britain of losses bv what are known as
exculpated cruisers and nothing else.
The committee, though, were unani
mous against war premiums, etc. and a
majority were of the opinion that in
V ll r J u r surance companies were not entitled to
VI when they discovered the character of I m reii0f. .
,tne country ana tne unsociaDieness oi
e people, that they ever landed there.
n't it quite as much the thing for us to
rate a "failure" as it is for the so
d descendants of these Puritan im-
ants to celebrate an accident that
ived some other section of the dis-
ion of being the landing place of
aforesaid "Pilgrim Fathers," and
era, too? By right the landing
bt to have taken place somewhere
and consequetly they who now
m all the honor should sing low and
rout on too much style about it
Jut was it a failure ? These settlers
le to Roanoke to settle, they did set-
and that settles it. Many of them
er left the country and are there
That's evidence that they settled,
gentlemen who had taken up
esteads before their arrival settled
e of them and gave them fee sim-
es to a certain amount of real estate
hich they have occupied ever since.
thers were of a social disposition, and
ing the free, easy, rolicking life of
eir new acquaintances, renounced
legianceto Great Britain, took out
turalization papers and became citi-
ens, threw away their grotesque for-
ign attire, rouged up according to
fashion, donned the regulation feath-
rs, blanket and tomahawk, quit igno
ble toil for bread and went out like
lords of the wild to seize upon what
A they saw. From these a good many of
(j the internal revenue officers are de
yscended. In fact their progeny is quite
numerous, if we may judge of the
amount of scalping done and the way
t-Via nrartsVirtnrt rin rra n rmn (ho TO1trin
V on sundry occasions, but especially
about election time. They don't scalp
t. precisely in the same way, it is true,
- nor whoop quite the same whoop, but
X that cornea from the changes caused by
the blending of different nationalities
with their peculiar customs and modes
of doing things.
We don't think there is any doubt
about the settlement being a perma-
ent thing, although Raleigh found
othing but the deserted huts, which
deserted simply for the reason
they who had occupied them had
urther use for them. That only
that the huts were a failure, and
't propose to celebrate the huts.
even if it was a failure we are
esponsible for it. We furnished
anoke, a place to land, plenty of
m and a good healthy climate, and
they failed it wasn't our fault.
The fact is New Orleans is putting on
scallops over her proposed bi centennial
f the discovery of the mouth of the
ississippi, just as if it was the first
mouth that had ever been discov-
ed. Let her have her mouth celebra-
and let her big talkers puff La Salle
uch as they please, but we insist
an equal right to oriole and cele-
te, if we so desire, the tri-centenary
the settlement of Roanoke, and per-
uate the memory of the first immi-
ts who chose to land at a Southern
rather than at Castle Garden,
has had a monopoly of the busi-
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Garland. Hale and Hoar save notice
of amendments. The bill and amend
ments were ordered to be printed sep-
The Senate at 1 :45 took up the three
per cent, bond bill and Fugh's proposed
amendments were accepted by Vest as
a modification of his proposition.
The question was upon an amend
ment offered by Hawley allowing banks
to retire their bonds deposited tor cir
culation in amounts not exceeding $5,-
ooo.ooo per month and only upon thir-
Debate was continued until 3:55
when without reaching the vote, the
Senate went into executive session ana
at 4 30 adjourned.
By King, of Louisiana, for a survey
of Black River. Louisiana, looking to
the improvement of the greater bends
therein bv means of cut oris.
By Robertson, of Louisiana, defining
the powers ana amiss or ine mississipp
River commission, authorizing an ap
propriation of land and material for the
improvement of the Mississippi and its
navigable tributaries, prescribing the
manner of assessing damages and pro
viding punishment for acts in hind
rance of such improvement.
Burrows, of Michigan, from the com
mittee on appropriations, reported the
consular and diplomatic appropriation
bill, and it was referred to tha commit
tee of the whole. It appropriates 31,
198,530, being $12,425 less than the
amount appropriated last year, and
$11,675 less than the estimates. It is
accompanied by a voluminous report,
which gives a short description of every
place mentioned in the bill.
Briggs, of New Hampshire, from the
committee on postoffice and post roads,
reported a resolution calling on the
postmaster general for information as
to removals and appointments in the
postoffice department since March 4th,
Williams, from the foreign affairs
committee, reported back a resolution
calling on the President for all corres
pondence between the State Depart
ment and the United States minister at
St. Petersburg relative to the expulsion
of American Israelites from Russia
and the persecution of Jews in the
Russian Empire. Adopted.
Neal, of Ohio, from the committee on
civil service reform, reported back a
resolution calling on the Secretary of
State for a list of all promotions, re
movals, and appointments made in the
consular service since the 4th March,
On motion of Dibble, of South Caro
lina, Wednesday, the 8th of February,
was assigned for, the delivery of eulo
gies upon the late M. P. O'Connor, of
South Carolina, and then, at 450, the
rw imaib fcientlsts of To-iay agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidneys or
Llvet. If, therefore, tne juaneys ana uitw re
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be the re
sult This truth has only Deen Known a snun, uuio
and for years people sunerea gretu aguu;
being ableto find relief. The discovery of War-
ners aare juaney mm mvot -
era In the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value. It con
tains Just the elements necessary to nourish and
invigorate both of these great oigans, and safely
restore and keep them rn order. It Is a POSITIVE
BKlLKDY. lor all we diseases uiiu owj Vanu m
the lower part of the body for Torpid Liver
Headaches Jaundice Dizzlnes s Gravel Fever,
Ague Malarial JKever. and all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
It Is an excellent and safe remedy for femajes
Ht.wr.r. cmmanm. Tt will control Menstraation
aid is invaluable for Leucorrnoea or Vailing of the
a n mood Purifier it is uneaualled. for It cures
a nmtina that VIII thfl hlAOd.
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, is
put up In the LABGKST SIZKP BOTTLB of any
medicine upon the market. And Is e old by druggists
and all dealers at $1.25 per bottle. For Diabetes,
enonlre for WARNER'S 8JE DIA.BJSTIS3 CUBE.
It is a POalTIVK Remedy &
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adapted to make aGOOD.PURE,
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OTHER tobacco grown in the
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the HEART of this fine tobacco
section, WE have the PICK of
the offerin'js. The public ap
preciate this; hence our sales
EXCEED the products of ALL
the leading manufactories com
bined. $$2one genuine unless ii
bear 8 tJte- trade-mark of the Bull.
Mar 22 ly
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 PAGES.
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years of age.
VOL. HI COMMENCED NOVEMBER 1st, 1881. &
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has a distinct purpose to which It steadily ad-
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as well as more wholesome. Boston Journal.
For neatness, elegance of engravlDg, and con
tents generally, It Is unsurpassed by any publica
tion of the kind yet brought to our notice Pitts
burg Gazette. , , . t ,
Its weekly visits are eagerly looked for, not only
by the children, but also Dy parents wno are Bul
lous to provide pure Uterhture lor their girls and
bojs. Christian Advocate, Buffalo, New York.
A weekly paper lor children which parents need
not fear to let their children read at tne iamuy
fireside Hartford Dally Times.
Just the paper to take the eye and secure the at
tention of the beys and girls. Springfield Union.
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE,
Per Year, Postage Prepaid,
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The Bound Volume for 1881 was ready early
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Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement
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- n . . nAUUI UIU J
UAlUrJMt OS rmvj l aancj,
A BLAST FROM BLAINE.
Z. B. Vascx.
W. H BAQJR.
riend has handed us the Wilming-
i of the 29th, in which the un
representative of the bread
brigade who presides over
i gets pff some billingsgate
asserted that Pennypack-
Cannady $100 per xonth
)f collector of the port at
he (Cancady) would get
md let him (Pennypack-
fd. We know nothing of
falsity of the charge, but
ien the galled jades wince,
we have done the State
a $1,000 houl
as ne aid in tram
Eiddleberger, Readjusterof Virginia,
says when he takes his seat in th Sen
ate if he finds neither the Democratic
nor Republican party in accord with
him he will organize a little party of
his own and go it alone.
A band of revenue men captured
several illicitldistilleries and three pris
oners, near Glossy Mountain, about
twenty-five miles from Greenville, on
bacco manufacturers at Durham
are opposed to the agitation of the re"
ductionN)f the tax on tobacco.
imported Irish potatoes,
are as cheap as the home
A GEEAT OBLIGATION.
"I am Indebted for my life," says Judge F. M.
Brooks, of Columbus, ua, "to Warner's eafe Kid
ney and Liver Cure."
e Asheville Citizen will be issued
as a semi-weekly and weekly after th&
first of February,and John D. Cameron,
late of the Durham Recorder, will be as
sociated with Messrs. Stone & Fur
man in the editorship.
An Effort to Protect Pern from De
struction by Unlnr the Moral Power
of the United States.
Washington, Jan. 29. The Wash
ington Post will publish to-morrow
morning a long interview with ex-Secretary
Blaine, in which the latter ex
plains and defends the policy of the
State department toward Chile and
Peru while that department was under
his administration. Mr. Blaine says
that the demands which Chile made of
Peru in the way of indemnity were
equivalent to the destruction of the
latter country. Peru appealed earnest
ly to the United States to help her and
sent a special envoy to ask for aid. It
was the policy of tne state department
by giving Peru moral support to save
her from dismemberment and ruin, and
in extending such support Mr. Blaine
says he followed the precedents laid
down by our most distinguished and
conservative secretaries or tetate. as
an illustration be refers to the steady
influence exerted by Mr. Seward to es
tablish the authority of Juarez in Mexi
co. By the moral power of the United
States the French were expelled, Maxi
milian overthrown and the Republican
Government, with Juarez at its head,
restored. It would not, he says, have
required as great an exertion of the
moral influence of the United States to
save Peru from destruction and make
Peru and Chile both our friends, as it
did to save tfie nationality of Mexico.
When Chile shall pay e 'taken althe
valuable territory of Peru tfae litter
country will either fall into anarchy or
be kept in subjection by a Chilian army
of occupation, to be supported from
Sroperty or wnicn .Feru ia despoiled,
lither result, he says, will be sufficient
ly wretched, and the end will be the
absolute domination of English in
fluence in both Peru and Chile.
VANCE & BAILEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Practice In Supreme Court of the United States,
Supreme Court of North Carolina, Federal
Courts, and counties of Mecklen
burg, Cabarrus, Union, Gas
ton, Rowan and Da
vidson. fy Office, two doors east of Independence
Square. may29 tf
RO. D. GRAHAM,
A-TTOBIiJ-BT -A-l x.w. R. H. JORDAN.
TN the State and United States Courts. Collec
JL Cons, Home and Foreign,
BY Virtue oi a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P. C.
Hhnford and others. Dlainttffs. vs. A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon. A.C.
Avery, Judge, and dated tne vm aay or January,
1 882. the undersigned, as Receiver, will sell at
UD11C sale at tne UOUOn rttcuorj oi mo vavaua
anufacturlng Company, on tne uaiawDa aiver,
in Catawba county, on
MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1882,
the following valuable property, to-wit: The
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the Cotton
Factory of said Catawba Manufacturing company,
inoatAri K miips trom the W. N. C. R. R.: 8 miles
from Catawba Station on said railroad; 11 miles
irom Statesvllle, and 6 miles West from Trout
man's Depot on the A., T. O. R. R. ; including
87 acres of land on the South side of the Catawba
River, on which Is situated the said Factory, three
good dwelling houses containing 6 rooms each,
and 12 cottages containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each for opera'lves, a store house, stables and
other out houses, bald Factory Is a building 60
feet long by 42 feet wide, two stories htgh, with an
'L" 50x20 feet, and another ' L" 90x22 feet, a
fire-proor Picker House 30x20 feet situated 110
teet from the main building of the Factory. Also,
the following machinery In the said Factory, viz:
1 picker, l BtJ-incn aouDie Dealer anu iayper, i
a7 .inch 1 d-tnn .Tank's flat cards. 1 Asa Lee 1 8 Inch
delivery drawing frame, 1 20-strand list speeder
(9-lnch bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,056 spin
dles (Brldesburg make), also spoolers, warper,
Qulliers, beamers, Ac 42 new and most Improv
ed plaid looms (30 Brldesburg and 12 Ward's
make), with all necessary fixtures and findings,
and with warps ready to start up. Dye bouse anfi
sizing machinery ot the most improved style with
vats and vessels complete. All paits of the build
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20-horse power
AH the property, buildings, machinery, &&, In
good condition and In good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the river. Imme
diately opposite the Factory and adjoining the
river and the Shoal, which extends across, 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with solid
mpb fminriatinn. The head of the water on tne
Bouthern side, on which Is the Factory, ts about
For more accurate and definite description of the
nroDerti and conditions ot the sale, reference Is
mane to the decree in the above stated case.
The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of the
purchase money In cash, and the remainder in
enna.1 Installments of ft( and 120 days, bond and
eopd security being required of the purchaser for
AJso. at the same time and place the under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOR CASH, the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules,
2 wagons and harness, lot of dyes and dye stuffs,
the riiateiial now In nroceas of manufacture, con
Htstine of warns, nlalds and yarns. Also, a small
stock of general merchandise, consisting pf boots,
shoes, drv eoods. bacon and such other articles of
groceries and dry goods as ape usually kept in a
country store. JOHN L. COBB,
janimrv 9.4.th. Receiver,
Llncolnton, N. C,
Both Fort ign and Domestic,
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Anna Dickinson having failed as
Hamlet and Claude Melnotte, will pro
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It is stated that the African cam
paign has cost the French 30,000 lives.
Sswrsr Cogfirrrjeg mere
Washington, Jan. 80. The Senate
confirmed Seth M. Sawyer as collector
of customs at Apalachicola Florida.
A bill was introduced in the House
to-day by Houk, of Tennessee, in regard
to the distribution of mail matter, pro
vided that Knoxville and Chattanooga,
Tennessee, and all other cities of
inhabitants shall have the benefit
of the f F30 delivery system. Houk also
introduced a bill makincr Knoxville
4 part of tbedeliverF,
orenEO iid m low on an
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The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Prof. Virchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prqf. Bamberger, Vienna. "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prqf. Scamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
. Prof. Lander Bnmton, Jf. D., F. B. B., London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy." ...
Prqf. Atken, AT. D.. F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried-rlchshaU."
Washinoton, Jan. 30. Middle
States increasing cloudiness and rain
or snow, southwest winds, becoming
variable, falling barometer, stationary
or slowly rising temperature,
South Atlantic and Gulf, Tenoeesee,
and the Ohio Valley cloudy weather,
rain or snow, winds mostly from east
to south, lower barometer and slowly
rising temperatnre followed in the
West Gulf by rising barometer.
It Is the fashion for many people to neglect na
ture's laws and blame Providence for the result.
favorite thing with them is to neglect wch
or cold instead ef using that unfailing means of
relief, Dr. Bull's cough syrup. 25c a bottle.
Rats, miee. anH flies, vermin, mosquitoes. In
sects, Ac. cleared out by ' Bough on Rats." 16c
boxes at druggists.
cT Tryon Street, Opposite Ehas & Cobeu s,
hnvd hiui thirtv,tlve vears' experience. I o 1 11
intifio American. JThls large and splendid tllus.
trated weekly paper, is 3 .u a y ear,snows im rrogrsss
of Science, 1 very interesting, and has an enormous
circulation. Lddress munn JO patent Bollci-
tors. Pub's, ui scientific AireaicAN, 87 Park Eow.
Carefully Prepared at all Hou s, Day and Night,
Mr. Hurlbnc Granted Leave.
Washington, Jan. so. Leave to re
turn home has been granted to Gen.
Hurlbut, Minister to Feru.
VALUABLE LAND. r, h JORDAN & CO.
On pleasant fall day some persons will
thoughtlessly expose themselves as In summer,
and take a severe gold. For such, - immediate of
fers Itself in Dr. UWS f)Uh syrap. 26c a bot-
Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court I !
win s eU at the court house in Charlotte on
nunuax, a urn iui uI VIJT JTiEifUlTARY
1882, the iquo wing tracts of land in MaiTaKi
were owned by the lata
Creek township, which
Hiss Oris wald Henderson r
B SAIN and NKEVE.
Wells' Health Benewer, greatest remedy on
earth tor Impotence, leanness, sexual debility, Ac
L, at druggists. Depot J. L AtcAden. Charlotte.
iA'ffi.K?,Hr: FOR SALE OR RENT.
C. Q. Batcllff. Blchmond,.ya., says of a. S. S.t
After the best medleal advice had failed, it cured
me of a violent Blood Disease to a short time.
One of our workmen was cured with 8. 8. 8. of
Blood Poisoning of five years standing. Win. a.
A T. W. Hoopsr, contractors, Atlanta, Ga.
son and others.
Persons deslrlnar to hn V
convenient to marSetTaidln T SrSSLSSS
1. li. AT.VTinn.n
janaB a-it w tds ConTmSsloer.
rpHE ew and commodious residence
A buUt by H. T. Butler, on Tryon street.
Just beyond the track of the A., T. X. K.
1L no. uooa oarstun. , AV'f w
V. H: GLOVER,
jtojf. .: . Agent.
FOR SALE &ft RENT.
A Six room bouse, with good yard and
well of water, find a two room kitchen;
ten minutes walk of the nubile sauare.
Apply to tWALTEB BRKM.Q
JOHN U, McADEN,
- - ,
Ipiporting anJ Dispensing fcharniact
Notth Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ting as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water in large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J- H. McADKN,
Druggist anu unemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, da; or night,
IF YCU Wr H'
STEI'lY PEN at
j A;icy--.i;rrtationor r7
j ( r f r 1 i3 t-rnts JgC W
i '; yjfmsf Steel,
dK2& terng. in n Mhtk
y PU14 OM HUttlUUVI
ItIscb, Blaiemai, Taylor & Co.,
Sole Acrrns, New Fork.
tf Assorted P;iu
SALE OF BONDS.
BV Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
;A Usance county .In the ease Of Alvls King
and others against W. . and At' Iurrayind
others; I will offer for sale at (he court bouse door
in Greensboro, N. a, at pubne auction, for cash,
on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1882, at 12
o'clock M., eight i8) bonds ef the county of Car
teret issued Yebrearr 20th, 1800, each for $500
due on -.February 20th. 1880; to each of which
bends coupons are attached for Interest at 6 per
ceni. trom aeDTuary zum, is to.
parties desiring further
my attorney. James
Bpyd. Esq.; Greensboro,
; . Receiver.
AFresheupply of Vaccine Virus, Just received
by WILSON 4 BUR WELL.