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fin ra jar
I Hf,. ill ...111 llaundrj work. f!mu.rtbg T37l5rfietr 1
Ask your Grocer, j PQUSH. m 1
J B DOBBINS. Fhfladflphla. Pa. i Best in th world " . M a""M TKfcP
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1 1 u i ; j. r tar:' a is a -w i j mini
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jf" CHAS. R. JOINTS,
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TUE.SDAY, J "AN". 31, 1882. ImewMf ? compatauon. ana aaamena-
A biU toatong: aniiBWKrUow
QZjiLci)n"vicia in the ArS finsas StafW
firia-. supreme vjourt ua o!
tbat tue cities, pi tnax acaie must
i j rnL.i t flBiaa iotlnftita verv
?iArfllol aa oV. coal land.
stop thei 4 debts at sevea
taeir taxable property.
Strawbterrv viries'are in bloom 4ri an
. . . 'n . rnn
open neiq ui. tiamunu uuuutjr, xcuu. -
Louis tlleat ana f ower uom-
banynprqipT89; 3ooti io iurmsu u io
heat andlligM the countrV needs with
dux asbei tfibfeke, soot, or danger of fire.
The f uel.HSBU is coal and wain
in7 card in .St. retersburg is swiea w
nrAHnm 24iK)0 nacks per dav. Esti
ifQ-irn tiha working davs of the year at
300, tnis gLyeQ.a,KJi.ai ui w,uw f af
as the annual consumpnuu uj. i.uio wu
cle in Russia? " '
Ee?extent , to which Congressmen
r ineir cousulubuwj ,-a . duoxjt
ated by the fact that, by actual
. rio less than 266 of the" 293 Rep-
fesentatif eajcalled on the commissioner
of pensipttiwi one day recently to as
him for iacJiQn on special cases.
Withib'tnelast.three years over tc
Ann ooo haWbeen invested in manufac
turing etaterprises in Georgia, and near-1 jQfafo tweityeYia gain- bf one.
senlativep tflhali ; be ;etnnos6d of thxeie:
himtrri And ttiveTitWemDefaf. to be kbr
follows! i ' ;-i-. i J i j: ;:iaiii!o ;
lfdrp4a ftve.a gam 61 on
w nbectieut ftnir; :
..ldfrU'Jois of od' ,., ;- ;
vGeorgiaten Again of one.
-TlliSois tweotyone. a gain of two. :
Ifldlanthtrteen,''',; ; r: .
f Iowa leven,a(iii Qlt,WO.u i
Kansas six, a gain of tD.re,
,KentnckFiveh, a gain $f ,one. : .
"'Iibui8ianaixt::' ; ;
t Maiiite four.ra osf of one.
' Marylanddii:. . : ': . '
Maasachuaetta -t welvea gaid .pf one..
Michigan eleven, a gain of two.
MrdnepOta flVe a gain of, two. .
Misiis8ippieven, a gain of one.,
Missotin fourteen, a gain of one.
Nebraska te, a gain of two.
.Nevada one;; ; ; . .: .
'eHampb4retwo, a losa of one.
n.j New Jersey seven, r:
New Tork thirtyrfofit, .gaui of one
"North Carolina nine, a gain of one. ,
Accord ihg to the",repoTtt of 'Irof . Pqm
tillv to the census -ba'reau:Tthe prodtic-
tion of bftuminotiebatin.tbje;;Ui3tite4,
States durinstthe y.e?Mv88p was,-.
OOO tSria ! AJJUrhenv, cmintv. Pa fuf-
ntehed. bv'ei: one-tefithof 'the Hehtire !
piodncu : The average ptictf per ton at
ttawiittiite .Wdii3LS2.i The exhausted
DIARY FREEfflrofS' iffl
est table, calendar, etc Sent to any address on
receipt of two THBXB-Of Nx t tamps. Address. .
, .: 48li.Peiaware4.ve.i'nua.
he'anthracite product during 1880 was
ting, Ac. Tor 1882 eighty page Tltt' cataioiruej
address, encloalna three a ceutstamp3, -
1 g4 Broadway, New iortc' ;
S OH BUILDING:
Tor 1882. eighty page flu'
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.y , One of
A WOaLD OJT figpp,
mnt Tmnnlur m1cilics HOW before
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M.n where. pPeenle take, It with aood effect. It
tmtlds them un. It Is not i s nleasant to the taste
Tight, try Hop .Bitters, Uuda News..
To promote ti vfgonros growth of the hair, ose
Parker's Hair Balsam, - ft? mtces ; the youthful
color to c-ray hair, remove dandruff, and cures
tcDlng cf theBCalp. i
AN ALiHMIKG SPB1AD OF SMALL POX.
Tne most potent remedy to stop the spread of
this great Boonrge Is Darby s Prophylactic i'luia.
which Is ready for use at aU times. Persons are
liable at any moment to "catch" the disease, and
should get.tlre Fluid at once and use It freely about.
as place cannot be miectea- wnere me nuia u
used. Persons attending the sick or in other ways
exposed to the disease will be protected by its free
B0tOv MEDAL AWABCEO
the Authcr.Anow and great Med
tcjj Work, waxrB ted the beat&sd
cheapest, mdispcnsable to erorj
manntitled "the Science pf lAla
orJBelf-Pi unation bomid in
fineet French moahn, embossed,
fvllciltX) pp.contajna beaut if or
steel engrannKs, 125 preacrip-'
ueos, meomj fi-is sen of
fr send now.A1irMaPaiihfir!MnC :
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In connection with the publication of Thb Ob-
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lv SlO.OWXWQ: have been mvesiea ana,
.rmr.ractftrl for in n e w railroads in our. 1
Gild Is'tielng washed from allnvial
lands within the limits Of Gainesville,
GaJwhfch pays fifty cents to the pan.
-nine, a; gain of1
Rhode Island one, a loss of one.
..'South-; Carolina sixi a gain of one
mM,M.i ran. a raa ui xuui. ,.
JXt City covers wopuoii. wi guuviu- ? v . iAoo f Aria ' '
iTe?maferiaLibichfihWl utilUiedJjYermpnt two, a loss of one.
and nT douVt wifT Sll soon as the f Trrginia ten, a gam of one.
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That Acts at the same time en
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am 'TBtstomt.' f
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Becautt we aUow Has wat organ cto
bmiu rlnnnrA or UyfiAi. OTld poltonOtU
humors art therefor forced into tfi Mood IT
Tinware & House FurnishiDo; Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
I- WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING
TJnni. hut. first'.ass hands employed. Call for the
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KIDNEY Dl$EASE$,s J
PILES, CONSTIPATION, i fTRI ART
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AND NEKVOUS DISORDERS,
by causing free action of these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why inffer Bilious pains and aches!
Why tormented irith Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened oner disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nerrous or sick neaaacnesi
Use KIDNET-WOUTand rejoice in health.
nbttmln 1rt VectBle Form, in tin
cans one metope of TThich makes sis(prtft
trmted. for Ums that mnoi readil y prepais jkj
acts with equal efficiency In either form.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS, RICHABDSOX & Co., Prop's,
riii nd the dry postpaid.) BukLOOTOS, tt.
M arch 27 d&wly
oi A'tlnntasn mjihlu- neeoea basses
through that section! Thelbeldt (hat
canal for a distance of forty miles wijl
be cut thrill ,ui3 attdeposte of
trold-bearinirBes. . : : - ,rx
It is- wefi-nown bb'at exportslhave
ligrilly and suddenly declined in tbo
t Six monies, ajiuv uiau i iifluuiw
rfiaslnff. The last half 1 Of i88f wiH
probably show a decrease of over $60.
000.000 in exports, and an increase of
nvftr s 20.000.000 in imports. A continu
ance of; this state of things will not be
very long in making itself leit on me
Thomas H. Beaton ; ftnd Jbhn'. Cal
houn wera born, like JPaniei vyepster.
in 1782.' The centennial anniversary i
hftiamiri statesman comes on tne
14th of March, and tnat or uainoun
An article compiled from the census,
on tne oyster inausiry ui tuo umwu
States, puts Mobile down at iU4,uu
bushels a year. The region tributary
to New Orleans vields 295,000 bushels,
laeiBg that city, in proportion to popu
ation and fcxtfent; ahead of any other
point. Maryland.neaqs me ptaies wmu
10,600,000 bushels, and Virginia comes
next with 6,S37,329. The total for the
TUnited States is 22,195.370 bushels.
SO DAYS TRIAL
iumm tt, 187
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eral Jebillty. loss ot nerve forcffor
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aml8-Hieoii oi. , ,
Traditions of Webter.
Elizabeth City Economist. ; ; , ,
The popular impression of Webster's
fame rests more aban eisewneje upon
the debate in 1830 with.ilayne, of South
Carolina, and in which Benton, of Mis
souri, took part. It is a leading case in
our narliamentarv annalf, one of the
early cases after the Missouri Compro-
- . 1 . t t- "XT V. J
mise Qeoate, in wnica tne xxoitu uu
the South presented their opposing ine
oriesof the Constitution. The--skir
mishing had been going on lor some
time, and, by understanaing Deiween
the opposing sections, us enmax was 10
Dd jnainiaineu uy a uutucu i-uuirai, m
ah open fight between two picKea
champions. Webster naa aireaay es
tablished his tame as me great xnojtlu
ern parliamentary leader. The leader
ship of the South : was divided. Ben
ton, Hayne, Mangum, Iredell and seve
ral others, were able men, parliament
ary experts ; but no one stood apart
above the others. After some consul
tation among the Southern members of
Congress, the place of danger and of
trial was assigned to: Iredell, of North
Carolina. He had ability,- a personal
presence hardly less imposing than
Webster's, great readiness in debate,
and the prestige of a historic, family
name. He commenced preparation at
once for the place assigned him. He
left Washington, came to Raleigh, and
made a careful examination of State
papers and. other, .aqurces of informa
tion rerating the subject upon which
he was to cross" iwOtdt with t,he, great
Northern 'cnampldri. Before the debate
(itfia on, he rwasr summoned home by
sfeflous illness lni Ms familv.jandifciv
ijg Washington, handed his notes of
Brejparation to-Hayne, f South Caroli
ttaiwho was to take his place.
We learned these facts from Mr. Jno.
B. Muse, who wasf.lre4eirs priVate sec
retary, when Governor of North Caro
lina, ;and who copied. Jor Iredell bis
note$forthe debate while in Raleigh.
KThe facts were afterward conormea to
Pus by Hon:: David Outlaw, ho heard
them spoken of in Washington, while
a member of Congress, many years
after.-: .-.-3 .; ..' : - v
Whdrx'CBler Justice Marshall, died
there was rnucfe-etiqttiry and discussion
in politicar Circles as to his successor.
At a social gathering at the time in
Washington, of members of Congressi
Hon. .WbkS. .Shephard, from rtho first
district of-North (Jarolina was present,
and haaaJBeat at'the table next to Mr.
Webster. The '" sutJjecf of the new
Chief- J-usticarai a WodMeal talked
of. I Mr. Webster had been' silent and
taken no part in the conversation, but
at last, in diis emhatta mariner, and
tone, that . attracted .thft attenuaa.oi
the table, slapping nis nana on ml
Shebhard's shoulder, said : "mere is a
irran va ? your 'tate: that would fill the
Marshall." "Who is he?" asked Mr.
Shephard. "William' Gaston," replied
Mr.;Websterr : , . . v,r.r
We learned this fact from Mr. Shep
i vi.v. :- .
wasWMiBt.! u Uu V ii
It can be said (or, .the red window
shade, which appeafB' to be 'gaining
quite a fpothpld Jn hington, that it
looks rhaehlmdi femf drtible datrioW,
weather than in summer time, when its
warm colors totrether, with that of, the
red paper shade frequently placed over
West Virginia four, a gain
Section1. ' That : whertever a new
SMtlisi aaded: to .thief union the repre-
sehtatiOttJar representatives assigwcu w
itahaU be in addition to the number of
- .... . .-r. 1 ... .U.l.-, .Ull J
Section. 5. That rn , eacn QiiatQ 'enuuw
.ybder this apportiohmient; to the
numbe? - .towoj which, such. . State
..... . ;MTv- nnii
may be entitieajn tu itu yK""
each subseojrept; congress.shall be elect
ed by districts composed of contiguous
f.rritnrv. i ontaininz as nearly as
practicable an equal number of inbabi- (
tantsabd : equal in nnmber to th rep
resentatives to which such State may
be entitled in congress, no one district
electing more than ohe representative ;
provided, that -unless the legislature of
such State shall otherwise provide be
fore the election of such representa
tives shall take place, as provided by
law, where no change shall be hereby
made in the representation of the State ;
the representative thereof to the 48th
nrrr.co shall fa elected therein as
now provided bv law. If the number.
as hereby provided ror, snaii oe iaioi
than it was before this change, then the
additional representatives, or represen
tatives allowed to said State unaer this
apportionment, may be elected by the
State at large, and the other represen
tatives to which the State is entitled by
districts, as now prescribed by law in
said State; and if the number hereby
provided for shall in any state be less
than it was before the change hereby
made, then the whole number to such
State hereby provided for, shall be
elected at large, unless the legislature
of said States should otherwise provide
before the time fixed by law for the
next election of representatives there-
Brixton and Bobert 8. Davis.
A Fool;s Brrand,' eta, assistea Dy u&niei w
Has often be sn made, by tne discovery of some
new thlnt, but nothing 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 ancj 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, Neuralgia
and Dyspepsia, and the nervous system put In a
natural and healthy condition, destroying the pos
sibility ot Paralysis, Angina Pectoris and sudden
hth whfp.h is can-vine off m) many noble men
and women In the full Ude of life and useful
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 01 nervous, headachlng chil
dren in our schools and out every year No nerv
ous person oraufferer from Headache, Neuralgia,
Dyst-epslaor Paralysis wld do themselves Justice
antu uey try mem.-
Sold by all druggists. Price LO cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Kutaw Street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for $1 or six boxes lor 52 50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
IflBST NUMBER ISSUED FEBRTJABY 1, 1882.
Thn moat distincuishfd authors1 'and skilful ar
tists, both American and English, have been en
gaged Dy ';uun waiiisusati:. in nuuruiirj
numbers contain novels and stories by Helen
Campbell, ; -Mrs. Alexander, E. P. Boe, Julian
Hawthorn. John Habberton, B. TL Davis, etc:
nnama himtnar wtidA.:iiOuise unanaiei jnouttou.
ft. H. Boker. Sidney Lanier. G. P. Lathrop, Cella
Tharter. etrf; entertalnlne sketches by C. G. L-
land. (HansBreltmanyjX G. Mitchell, (IKe Mar-
vn KfiiT oswam ere: sona oaDers dy rTesiueni
Porter of !$"ale 110t ot Harvard, Provost- Pepper,
of the University ot . Pennsylvania, etc; fashion
notes bv Kate Field! art illustrations by Louis C.
Tlftanyr science by Profs. Bothrock, Barber, ec ;
social edduette by Mrs. Moultm; rural improve
ment hv wan: HjO. iworthroni run, ana numor dj
rt-Ht Olark:. fMat AdlerV "Uncle Bemus" and a
hnat.nf ntheni.-' . .:'
BEAtmrra.' Iixusthatioks are a leading feature"
r "orm continent." They are the finest that
art can produce and.eq.ual to .tne . most penec in
PrinA in nts a nnmbet: ;4 yean six
months. Mailed fee.of postage to any address.
Soecimen cody iree.' ' "
Newsdealers will (md It to their interest to pre
sent Gmt CONTflUKNT" to the r customers.
Postmasters are Invited to take subscriptions.
Tlhpral mm mission.
, Rnnir Pjin vflsmprs nan add larcelv to their Incomes
without interfering with thir regular business, by
acting for "OUR CONTINENT."
Write for particulars to ,
In the South, the proprietor has Just added a com
PJete , ,
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
wry low figures.
And work of this class(iruled and bound to order
.We are prepared to famish close estimates 00
every description of
LETTER ERESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOB
mPft.inn 4. All acts and parts of acts
inconsistent herewith, are hereby re
pealed. . . . . . 1
The ratio of rpresentation-ai adopted
by the committee, 320, is 154,285. When
the matter is taken tip for considera
tion in the house of representatives Mr.
Colerick, oMndiana, will probably offer
an amendment providing that the total
number of representatives shall not ex
ceed 316, which will make the ratio of
Representative Tillman, of South
Carolina, intimated an intention to pro
nnsA an amendment fixine the total
number of representatives 730 instead
Col. Wm. Johnston, of Charlotte, has
published a card in the Southern Home,
in which he goes for all papers that
criticised him, and says: "rney state
tbat I sought oflice of the President;
that I said 4we desire to see tne .Democ
racy bf North Carolina defeated at the
text election' add that I had joined
the Radical camp.' &c. . I pronounce
these and: fcH such statements utterly
false; Suc"h charges are unworthy of
notico those who know me, but oth
ers njay be misled by my silence."
Haw this looks as if he were still a
Democrat and not a Radical. But is
be? What does he; mean by the follow
ing? . " -..V:.'.;. . r.j'
"If a private citizen, who is neither a
candidate At aspjrant f br office, is' to be
denounced aunrxptdar: dishonest arfd
a traitor for exercising independence
of thought and action, such party will
soon disintegrate. And if with the un
fortunate legislation and management
in both State and Federal pontics there
is :.'riotr. some improvement,, the party
Will disband itself, and reorganize un-
the banner of economy, retrench-
petnU reform, and popular rights.'
tThe news from Washington from
both aides told the same story concern
ing MjrMPjice, We await further devel
QpjrienTyS., , If .be chooses to work, with
the pemocr.ats, then the better for him.
'If "he undertakes to play, the part of
Mahohe ' a sWeli scale he will be
criticised and cerisnrdd by his former
allies. It is now in order to near, from
the rMajab." As a private citizen the
papers ftbuld'lrat Col.:y diinston wth
silenee. But if he aspires to leadershiji
4nd to overturn and destroy the grand
did party he may lookout.
j . Mormon Orer-Prodactlon.
It multiplies the noh:pfodoc$rs faster
than the broductive energy of the com
monwealth can oroviaefor them,which
causes increased want, and this leads to
an increase of infant rlortality. . You
ill observe that in the Southern cities
the death rate of necrroes is nearly
twice that of whites; yet the blacks in
crease faster than the whites; because
of a 4ouble birth rate. Contersely,
Utah's birth rate is balanced by a fear
fully increased death rate.; Thus the
riatural increase is no greater tharrin
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA. TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALU ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES nnd
TENDER ITCHINCSonsHpartaof the
body. It makes the akin white, son ana arnooui -,
remove tan and flredkiee, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in THJS WOBXD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one paekage, oonwiirtiTig ofbotiti internal
and tTT1, treatment.
All flrrt olaaa dmggiata have it. PrioeBl. per package.
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Best and Cheapest Fertilizers,
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vited to visit oar Warerooms.
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Theatricals and other exhibitions can get thet.
DATES and POSTERS printed here in as attractive
a manner as in New York. - -
We have a very fullsupply of type for printing,
at short notice and in first class style,
BKIEFS 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
make it ' .
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
I Date, Dec 18, '81
L? ave Greenstrro
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a 30 am
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STARTLinQ ill,- ':
LOST MANHOOD .RESTORED, A
a TioUm of ronthfal lnipraaenea oanamg rrems
tnre Decay, Nervons Debflity, Lost Manhood, stew
having tried in vain every known remedy, has di
eover& s staple seU cure, which he wiU send FEES
to hif fellow-sufferers, address J. II. UEEVUi,
43 Chatham sit., IS'. Y.
NOW IK THE CITY.
s.m Z 3U3G W1H 3KT3,
AT WHOLESALE AND BET ILL
E. M. AND
f?aa and fekrii globes, seems jtotave. the rmiuxai increase is no greater iuv
ISct otMding?1ntensSy Qio. Polygamy, does not prodnce cbU
I nna t.riA WT1T,Ar I yIKJLA nsoaw wuoutuwvuui
vafline.heaL The first Dlace tl
saw thiB " partlcuiaif styW 'bf shade in
use wastm- iJondpn,rWherer4 as was ex-
in tui uraiiuues ui. xjuiibu uiiuiy, in
was first adopted as a distinctiye sign
or badge for restaurants patronized
fnainlyliy women of the, town .and that
K tl their own abodes. . Tbe same authority JJiore inari
window shade1 or c1oftthas been-re
cognized in certain Eastern countries
everjnocA. ,aoao,tua,jjaa w 01011 oj.
to indicate the character or fief Bouse
at the time that city was captured and
destroyed by Joshua as recorded in the
have imagined ; but it produces too
many in one family.- The unit of mas
xluinaenergyfioinatituUng the head of
ervxauiuy cauuob pUBSWty u"u
so re-create itself as to make two heads
for two families. At any given mo
ment one woman must be living as a
tfrirlhwl Anrl nnn oof nf children SS r-
phahs.i More than thaMn the attempt
at dirlBion, there Is a dead iossfBfu
woman gets less than half the care one
i VMSM 1V90 WUtftU UMSSk '
might be a good father; Jo one faniily,
is considerably Jesa.than half a father
tto either of two families.
FUrs) t Ber fclr.
VAnrrtTV Vi ' Ton "flAi-A
stroyed the grocery and Hqnor jJtore
Tim W at TlAi-VTav 1 as nlffht. " . A."
names brotce outahortiy an
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
i .t;- : Is a Positive Cere
fsvsn thois Plsftal 0nilalata and WeakssaaM
oeoausn teoor beat female pepalatloa.
It wUlcars 4nUxtlt the went form of Female Com
niainfa. all anrlan troobles. Inflaomatlon and Ulcers
tloa, 'Falling and Diaplacenlenta, andUie eonsiquent
Bsbtsl Weakseal, sad U parUculaHy S0SPW4 v m
It will dlaaolre and erbel tumors from the nterns la
an earhr staireot development The tendency to en
uvnalinmatherela cheeked very apeedily by its ate.
tt BMnovee f alntness, flatulency, destroy, all crariny
for stimulants, and relieves weakness or tne awmaca.
It cores "Bloating, Headaches, Nerrous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
That feeling ot bearing down, canning pain, welgM
k..v.ni.o f aIw&t. nermanentlT cured by Its Use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with thetows that govern the female 3P
For the cureof Kidney Complaints of either this
Compound is unsurpassed. '
Tt v pmmAH'S VEGETABLE COM'
I FOUND is prepared at SSJ and t35 Wertrn Avenue,
iZlltL, Price L to bottlesf or AS. flent bymaU
SSeorm of pOU. also in the form oCtessgm.
Sceipt of price, 1 per box for either. MrJlnkham
.11 lflttars of lnauiry. Send for pafflph-
let. i Address as above. Xentiv thU Paper.
SotaBflr be without LTDIA E. HAM
tKSL PILLS. They cure constipation. WUousnw.,
torpidity of Jhefrvsr cenper
jJUGHf TO Nf
omvin a soft aiitt: brillialit
6iir. it? Wy naturally vl)e ,
iiwatft ana harmless arti
cle, which instantly remoTea
F r e c K.JL e s v"f
wesentai disfigured face -in ,
.'j Friwy wiriiTi the' .Ma2rnrilia,
fin. Rl PjinnmU at Greensboro' with It S D
R. R. tot all points East and West, via Danvuie
and Richmond, also with train for Raleigh and
Goldsboro. r ' . '
Na. k.i. Pnnnofs at nrMnsnoro' witn a. a v.
R. R; for all points East , and West, via Danvuie
and Richmond. - . .
Km. 63 -Connects at fireensroro- witn a-
R. a for all points East and west, via i?anvue
In fact all fcimis of printing done at snort notice
Special attention given to Railroad Printing.
Circulars, l . , .
HavtoK a larger jsHppyf tope thr.n'r most Job es
tablishments. BOOK WQfcK . has Peon
continue to be a B3eoWH--KiUi ua. .
Charlotte 71. C
TBAIlfS GOING WBTT.
Bate,DeM8,8l R.- ' SigJ .
Leave Goldsuoro' J222pxn
Arrive Raleigh,.. 2A0vtu
Leave Ralettn, . 4 00 pro
Leave Richmond, 1 2 07 P in 1 1 .25 p m
waverucn 748pm 630pm 7.85 am.
Arrlvd Greensb'ro 9.80 pm 8.30 pm 9 80am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.85 P m 8.40 p m 9 85 a m
Leave aallBbary,. 11.15 pm 10.87 m 11.22am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
, i 1
IN, W. N. C. BAILBOAD.
Leave Greensboro . :-"-iV n7 nm
Arrivb Kernersvllle 'VWASS
Arrive Salem 11.50 pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro U-YO a m
Arrive Kernersvllle 1 l.OO a m
Arrive Salem. 11.80 am
NO. 51 Dally, ejeept Sonday.
Leave Salem- , '
Arrive Ke rnersyi de
HO. 53 bally.
Arrive Kemersvtll .'. k .
Arrive Greensboro.. .., .........
9.00 a m
4.S0 p m
6.80 p m
BEFORE YOU MAKE
We will not hers attempt
to enumerate what we have
but If you will call we will satisfy you that we have
tbe finest assortment of
ever bwotft U this market.
Call nd see our Display whether you buy or not.
A fine lot of
ft i m mi lm nr. . i.
' ,C,Tby Mississippi PlsUl. I ....''
trea Tr Vramn
T ' it Tjuiliion. wan onnr. ann I a a L..uiana All. LQBura
xj, -ijoo fcci ' via. xswu-muw STZJrrS ' VulU lxulll usees Ua awv"uu, .
kined here Saturday night by . T,.K 8npposed to have been . ZS(Sn
Clayton; cause of the difficultyj nn andncendiary. Value, 85,000 or so.ouu
known. Insurance, $2jpQ0.
'Poltoan Sleepig Cars Mont Change
On Train. NO.-Rl. between Atlanta . and Nsw
Tork.'Ma 'Danvfllo; -t ' -' : l
Ou Train not. 55, between A"g"stajanu wasa
lneion. via Danville. - - . " '
Oh Train No. 58. between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Ianvllle. . -
, On Train No. 50, between Wew 3(orK ana Atlanta
WaiD&nville. , , , . r, -
unTriln . herwte!i4 WaHilHieteh' Knff : An
jgusta, Via Danvlile. ' ; '::.! ..';.. i-... ,
vn. xrain ao pa. petween nasnuigwu anai
lahto.via piuwUle. ;,J? . ' ,', .',.' '
i itaT" Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleleh. Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal pornta- south, southwest,-west, j NonnJ.1
and Base' KerJirnigrantKates to Louis laua, Tex
as, Arkaosas and the Southwest, address, ; .
! . .,;. ..'A.'POPH,. "
, General Passehger Agent i.
deoftl - .. .- ( ;.;; Richmond, Ya.
v R.irn is sold by all druggists
ST SSH W '( . .4,S'.' -, " !
P PURSUANT to a decree of tha Superior Court of
ItecsUsnbuni. IwlUseUAtPubilc Auction at Oae
. ooarj houaalptQharlotte.on , 1 ,
1 j; UyJUAf fW aX WJT J! ABttLTXJttl, W52,
(being; the wees OI?crpenor unxr that valuable
lot or pbfeei ot land lying between ths intersection
of the Isortb Gsxoilaa .Bauroad iraclt jand: Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots, and others,
bow Known as tne Huiier property.
' Resold becanse or purchaser at late sale falling
Terms lh cash: balanm fi R and R months
i credit, with interest Tina reserved as security lor q
: paiance. . u. baiuumujsu,
of all description, JJust Tecilved. Bemamber
' pone can uhder-buy tas, and none C4U
. 1 iderigllpjk r " c'
j FOR SALE.
! A DESIRABL residence, three blocks from the
xx .public square m.-crjaron, win pe soia neap
and on reasonable terms to tne runt Kli
puVchaser. The dwelling Is on a full lot, hi
on reasonable terms to the right kind of
i ion preacher, having
rary or atodyrooin, duui 'or us
fortablB rooms.. bi
tc, "i no nous is
eBceW a lawyer:,!
eti.. apply at
it particulars, "price, terms,
MS Sk f ST Mi
rpBsLot on. the corner of Njha' strtet and the
pa r siortb. CaroUna fiauroad. frontlna 140 feet sn
Ninth etrset and lfidfeet on -UML North Carolina
Railroad, win either, he sold at a whole or divided
intotwolotsoi 70 by l9ftleet .fittltable either for
building or factory DurpoaeaA Aonlv to