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An Important dis
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every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
Ask your Grocer,
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Only Vegetable Compound that
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regulates the bowels, purifies the
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That Acta at the same time on
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humors are thereore forced into the blood
that should be expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE I
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PILES, CONSTIPATION, CRTXABY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AJTD NEKVOCS DISORDERS,
by causing free action of these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why suffer Bilious pains and achesl
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened oer disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nervous or sick headaches!
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Also women troubled with diseases peculiar to
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E. .M. ANDREWS
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SUNDAY, FEB. 5. 1882.
Greensboro Bagle: The farmers
around Greensboro am rigging up
scows to haul wood to town.
There is a mail on the morning irain
to Salem-Winston now, owing it is said
to the efforts of Col. Jones, of the Char
Spirit'of the South: Little Ann, aged
about four years, daughter or Mr.
Davidson Bosworth, wno resides on
Cartledge'a Creek, died on the 25th ult.,
from burns received by her clothes
taking Are some two weeks previously.
1 Virnnor tiav was suuiuiuucu w noui-
let on Tuesday last, to hold an inquest
over the remains or a coiorea cuuu,
mhih wa hurned to aeatn unaer ue-
miliar rirvumatances. lusuiying me
T UiUU ' ' . .... il
suspicion of toul piay.
Sfcanlv Gleaner: Norwood has sevea
stores and a millinery estaDiisnment,
nnrl aa pood a SChOOl as 18 10 D6 IOUnu
Thr is a man in Stanlv county who
is only about thirty-five years old that
his fourth wife. That ac
counts for the number of old bachelors
all the eirl3 want the same fellow.
There are probably a great many peo
ple who do not know mat wneai lrow
stanlv rtmntv took the Dremium at the
Philadelphia Centennial and also at the
RaiPiorh News and Observer: The
vnnnwst child at the Orphan Asylum
is about 4 years old ; the oldest about
There were many rumors on the
streets yesterday about a supposed case
of small-pox at Youngsville, on the
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad. Onin
ouirv we found no foundation for the
Miss Mary W. Haywood, only daugh
tar nf the late General Robert Hay-
wnnd. nf this citv. was married on the
1st inst, in Petersburg, Va., to Mr. M
"K". f.arv. of that citv.
An exchange says: "It seems that
nnhlic oDinion has brought the officials
of Raleigh up to the point of doing
something to improve in a permanent
manner the streets or tnaccicy. xnis
is a fact ; the pressure of public opinion
here is so great tnat tne auinonues are
bound to do something.
Wilmington LStar: Mr. Isaac James,
an old and well-known citizen of Holly
Shelter, Pender county, but residing
for thft time beinc between Harrison's
Creek and Topsail Sound, where he was
running a turpentine tarm, aiea very
suddenly Wednesday morning. He got
nn nhrmr. A o'clock, lit nis Dine anu
smoked it, and then retired to bed again
being at the time apparently in di
iicjii;) lipa i i. Noon anerwarus sumt; c
th fAmilv noticed that lie was breath
intr vftrv lieavilv. and before any of th
nfiicrhhnis. which were summoned
could reach his bedside he was dead.
We have not heard any cause assigned
for his sudden death, but suppose it was
heart disease. Deceased is said to nave
been between 55 aBd GO years of age.
Statesville Landmark: Mr. W. C.
Williams has resigned as express agent
at this place and Mr. R. K. Murdock has
been -appoinieu ins sucwsaui. iud
office will hereafter De lound ac lue
store of Messrs. Stephenson, Murdock
A young man named Jirown.a son or
Hev. David Brown, living near bliep
herd's X Roads, thi3county, was jugged
in sansDury last ween iui niwsiug
forged check on Mr. John D. Ciaskill, or
that place. He is remembered here as
the young man who led the singing at
Miss Paiuter's meetings in this section
about two years ago, and it is to be ad
ded that he led it with such zeal and
unction as to have won from the un
godly the title of "San key."
Sh it Mays, or Alexander, was in lowu
last Monday. lie reports the sudden
death of Mrs. E.B. Kennedy, of Sharpe's
township, his county, on the 23d of J an
uarv. She had been, apparently, in
good health, up to the time of her death.
On the mornine of the day in question
she had been left alone in the house,
and when some member of the family
wfint in. between 9 and 10 o clock, she
was fouud lying dead in the floor.
Why Should They?
Raleigh News and Observer.
"Why should the expenses in the
sixth district "last election year have
been increased SG3.551 when the re-
ceiDts were increased but S43.988?"
The Statesvile American says: a tie
1 . . m , .
Xews and Observer has asked this
nuestion so often that we will answer
it. notwithstanding tne mean treat
. ... J X i-
ment this subiect has received at its
hands. While the expenses are all end
ed and settled from and on the aotn or
June for the past year closing them, the
tax on much or the spirits ana tooacco
produced in that vear is not collected
ft still remains in the warehouses and
factories under bond to the goverment
for the tax, and goes over into a new
ttqqt. tr a arc whan it. suits the OWn-
er, and th tax collected when it is sold.
This is the case every year; some years
more and some vears less, and depends
on the market demands and the dispo
sition of the distillers and manufac
turers to hold or not. The receipts are
the actual cash at the close of the fiscal
year, to the 30th of June. The tax on
the snirits and tobacco necessary to
make up the amount spouen oi ty tne
r . i m 11. .
News and Observer will be collected
when all the spirits and tobacco pro
duced in that year is sold ; and this is the
answer to the question.
Our nuestion was. "Why snouia tne
exnenses have been increased $63,5oi t
etc. The answer or the American
bears onlv on the Question as to small
increase of the receipts, and docs not at
all explain the great increase in tne ex
penses. What the American'says about
tobacco has no bearing as far as we can
see. 'i no nerures snow tnat tuo uuouu
t.v of snirits made and deposited in the
warehouses and remaining over not
fa-red was 18.038 crallons. and if the tax
had been naid on it. the receipts would
have been only $16,234 more than they
were. So in anv event the increased
receipts would have been less than the
Tn regard to whv the expenses were
increased the American does not under-
talre tnexnlain. We knOWOI DUt One
item that could legitimately have in
creased the expenses that year. There
were 229 warehouses in tnat district
.Tnn an. issn. and there were 253 June
sn. 1881. an increase or 24. jacn oi
these was entitled t aguagor anu store
keeper, whose pay was about 5900, mat
ino- a. leoritimate increase in the ex-
rwnoan nf oi ftoo And vet the expen-
ses were increased oodoj. nuw, wum
did the difference go to? There was,
na far na w nan ee. &41.951 Spent With
lawfnl cause. We have asked
this Question very often, and if the
a merinan can irive us an answer we
PorrnirtVir will nrinfc it. "Whv should the
expenses in the sixth district last elec-
lion year nave ueen mureaaeu ?uo,wi
ntn s dmmna r nnth of the hair. USO
Parker's Hair Balsam, it restores tne youmiui
min, m orta hn.tr. remove dandn fl, and cures
J Ulluiviu " T " . . . .
. av aiwi - -
tcnmg ci ine scaiy.
IN CONTAGIOUS DISEASES,
Small Pox, Diphtheria, Scarlet, TypTiold, Teuow
and Malarial Fevers, expose la the sick room
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. It will attack au im
purities and odors. The Fluid will draw to Itself
the germ peUons In the atmosphere and recharge
it with oae, the mysterious ajent bir which na
ture vitalizes the air.
BB UN and NERVE. ;
Wells' Health Benewer, greatest remedy on
Mrth for impotence.
$ i , at druggists. Depot J. H. MoAden, Charlotte.
' 1 t i i . . .
HOW WILL HE FEEL V
Our old and esteemed army associate
Capt. Price, of Salisbury,, is said, ana
with some show or. truth, to nave
ed his face to the morninjg,v and is just
now on his bended knees worshipping
the rising sun of Republican patronage
and power. We would . really use to
see him while at his early devotions,
when his new-found god of the east
rises above the horizon and proves, as
it surely will prove, a full-faced, wooly
headed darkey, smiling benignly UPU
the new converts, and precipitated in
his ascension by Mott, Ike i oung &
"And seekest thou great things ror
thyself? Seek them not: for behold 1
will bring evil upon ail nesii, saun iue
Lord ;but thy life will I give unto thee
for a prey in all places wnitner tnou
SPOILS IT ALL.
fioL Wm. Johnston, of Charlotte, is
out in a leng card in The Observer of
January 27. in which he characterizes
the recent newspaper reports mention
ing him as one of the North Carolina
Mahones, ana that he naa joinea me
Radical camp, as utterly false, but then
the venerable colonel goes on and pre
tends that the Democrats are persecut
ing him on account of his anti-prohibition
views, and writea a lot of vague
twaddle about retrenchment and re
form in the Democratic ranks, and
spoils it all.
Col. Wm. Johnston, of Charlotte, is
out in a card in which he denies the
statement, published by us two weeks
ago, upoa the authority of the Republi
can of Washington City, and the Wash
ington correspondent of The Char
lotte Observer, that he had changed
his political faith.
We do Col. Johnston the Justice to
publish his card, although we consider
it very unsatisfactory in the way of a
denial, but if Col. Johston is satisfied
with it we certainly are. we learn
from The Observer that the friends
of Col. Johnston are not satisfied with
his quasi denial ; and judging from the
tone of that paper toward him it evi
dently considers him outside the pale
of the Democratic party.
WE SINCERELY REJOICE.
Greensbor North State Stalwart.
We most sincerely rejoice that we
are now permitted to see all over the
State what we hoped and waited for a
renunciation by men good and true of
their allegiance to the party of the past,
and an avowed cooperation with the
party of the future and of advance
ment. NO LEADERS WANTED.
It is true the Republican party needs
none to lead it will suffer no contrtl
from without will make no alien alli
ances yet it seeks the co-operation of
all the patriotic sous or the btate in its
efforts to redeem and elevate the State,
and offers to share all the honors and
advantage that are open to it with tie
deserving. We are rid happily of our
own party "bummers they torsook us
in the day of our adversity and we
have no need for the "bummers" of the
Democratic party- -none for the party
hacks who reviled, for pelf, Republi
cans and their principles men without
the convictions ot truth, and who only
come to find office. These we would
have stay with the irreclaimable Bour
bons, when they die, bury the dead and
write their truthful epitapn, aud tnen
sink into that obscurity that will be
best for the credit of the State.
The corporation of London subscrib
ed 300 to the fund for the relief of the
Jews in Russia.
Sixty-one small-pox patients were
treated in January at the Quarantine
Hospital of Baltimore, and 11 died.
The Boston Journal says it is rumor
ed that Harvard University has receiv
ed a donation of $100,000 from a
wealthy gentleman of Boston.
Gov. Jerome, of Michigan, has called
an extra session of the Legislature, to
meet Feb. 23, to consider the congres
sional apportionment and other mat
ters of interest.
Mr. Slosson won the international
billiard match at Pans, bis total score
at the close being 2,400, to 2,084 for M.
Vignaux. Shaeffer has challenged the
winner to a similar contest.
Mrs. Annie Howard, who was taken
to the Boston Hospital a day or two ago
suffering from starvation, died Wed
nesday, in her room were iouna pan
books representing deposits of 4,600
and $40 in cash.
United States Deputy Marshal W. T.
Nickell was killed at the house of Mar
tin Cox, in Elliott county, K.y on lues-
day by Lee T. Oliver. There was a
dance at the nouse oi uox. ana tne
shooting grew out of a quarrel during
The Waverly Coal Company of Pitts
burg has entered suit against the Na
tional Labor Tribune and D. R. Jones,
president of the Miner's Association,
for libel ana conspiracy, claiming aam
ages for injury to, their business to the
amount of $70,000.
The funeral of Daniel W. Waller, the
actor and theatrical manager, who was
associated with Edwin Booth in the
Shakspeare revival in 1869, took place
Thursday morning trom his residence
in West Fifty-fourth street, New York.
Only friends and relatives attended the
Another fraud of Auditor Palmer, of
Newark, N. J., has been discovered in
the shape of a forged warrant for $6,
706 84, payable to the order of the Mu
tual Benefit Insurance Company for the
Springfield avenue pavement. The
original indorsement had been erased
and Palmer's substituted. The com
pany say that Palmer was never au
thorized to indorse a check for them,
and that they never had any such claim
against the city.
It is rumored in Philadelphia that
President Gowen, of the Reading rail
road, has in in view, as one of the new
departures of his management, a
scheme for the organization of a pool of
coal interests on a system not dissimi
lar from that upon which the trunk
line managements have devised for the
joint handling of their passenger and
freight business. With the New Jersey
Central's, and possibly the Delaware
and Lackawanna and Western . Inter
ests, the pool would virtually have con
trol of five-eighths of the entire trade.
A SUBS CUBS FOB PILES.
Do you know what W is to suffer with Piles?
you do. jou know what Is one of the worst torments
oi tne Human frame.' The most penect cure ever
known Is Kidney-Wort It cures constipation, and
then Its tonic action restores health to the diseas
ed bowels and prevents incurrence of disease.
Try it without delay. The drr and the llauld are
both sold by druggists. G lobe.
ONE BXPKRIENCB FROM MANY.
I had been sick and miserable so long .and had
caused my husband so much trouble and expense,
no one seemed to know what ailed me, that I was
completely disheartened and discouraged, in this
frame of mind I got a bottle of Hop Bitters and
used them unknown to my family. I soon began
to Improve and; gained bo fast that my husband
and family thought It strange and unnatural; bat
when I told them what had helped me, they said.
"Hurrah for Hop Bitters I long may they prosper,
for they have made mother well and us happy'
The Mother. VV1
"MT BACK ACRE9 S3,,
and I feel miserable," said a hard working man.
The doctor questioned him and found mat he bad
been habitually costive for years, that now hU
kidneys were diiordered and his whole system
deranced. Kidney-Wort waa recommended and
faithfully taken and In a short time every trouble
was removed. The cleansing and tonic power of
this medicine oa tbe bowels und kidnejs Is won
de rf uL Oungregat t o q alls t.
PREMATURE LOSS OF THE HAIR
Maybe entirely prevented by the use of BUB
NKTrs OOCOAmK. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties hich so exactly
suit the various conditions of the human b air. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. soothes
the irritated scalp It affords the richest lustre. It
prevents the hair from falling off. It promotes its
healthy, vigorous growth. It Is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odor. It kills
Burnett' 8 Flavoring Extracts areknwn to be the
DR. C. W. BENSON, of BALTIMORE, MD.,
In the course of his practice discovered what now
are renowned In medical practice, viz: a combina
tion of Celery and Chamomile in the shape of
Pills. They are used by the profession at large
and constantly recommended by them.
It Is not a patent medicine. It Is the result of
his own experience In practice. They are a sure
0 ire for the following special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all Intelligent sufferers. They
are pr pared expressly to cure sick headacbe,
nervous headache, dyspeptic headache, neuralgia,
paralysis, sleeplessness, dyspepsia and nervous
ness, and will cure any case. The Doctor's great
remedy for Skin disease, called Dr. Benson's Skin
Cure Is exceedingly valuable and greatly sought
after by all persons who have skin diseases or bad
complexion. An excellent toilet dressing.
Sold by all druggists. Price 60 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for $1 or six boxes for $2.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA. TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL, ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
8CROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLE8 and
TENDER ITCHINOSonaUpartaof the
body. It makes the akin white, soft and smooth;
remove tan and fretfkues, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOULD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, oonsinting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Price $ 1 . per package.
CHA. N CBITTENTON, 115 Fulton street.
New York City, sole gent for Dr. C. W Benson's
rmedlts, to whom all orders should be ad
dressed. MRS. LYDIa E. P1HKH&M, OF LYKH, MASS7,
LYDIA E. PiNKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND. .
Is a Positive Cure
for all tnoie Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to our best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
Uon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there is checked very speedily by its use.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Bloepleaaness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its nse.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act in
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints) of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM"
POUND is prepared at S33 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $L Six bottles for $6. Sent by mail
In the form of pUls, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this Paper,
No family should be without LYDIA K. PINKHASTS
LIVER PULS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 85 cents per box.
ay Sold by all Druggists.
Whose complexion betrays
some humiliating imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that yon are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or ha?e Eruptions, Redness,
Roughness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It isa delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, the artificiality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the Magnolia Balm
is judiciously used.
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Wl Intend selling Acid and Guano, which we
have on band, and will try to always have it
so you can come and get It when it suits you. We
will have four or five kinds, so you can take your
choice. We will be glad to ship to any station on
the road. Send in your orders and remember one
thing, we do not Intend to be undersold In the
same brands or same goods, and don't you forget
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amine) instruments are respectfully in
vited to visit our Warerooins.
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CHICKERIh'G & SOUS,
130 Fifth Avenue. N.Y.4, 1 155 Tremont&t Boston.
North Carolina Baikoad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. K5 No 51 No. 53
Dally. Dally. Dally.
Arrive N. Danville
Leave N. Danville
Arrive Raleigh,.. .
4.30 p m
8.00 p m
8.18 p m
7.40 a m
5.30 a ni
7.36 a m
8. 1 0 p m
12 05 am
7.56 a m
12.15 a m
10 00 a mj 12 23 am
3.55 p 111
9.50 a m
1.52 p m
4.20 p m
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with R. 5t i.
B. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
and "Richmond, also with train for Ra'.elgh and
No. 55 Connects at Greensboro' with R. & D.
R. R. for all points East and W est, via Danville
No. 53 Connects at Greensf oro' with R. & D.
R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81
Leave Balelgh, . .
12. 20 p m
4 00 pm
6 30 p m
8.30 p m
8.40 p m
1 1 .25 p m
7.35 a 01
7 48 pm
Arrive Greensb'rof 9 30 pm
9 30 a m
9 35 a m
1 1 .22 a ra
12.40 a m
Ji. W. N. C. RAILKOAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 p m
Arrive Kernersvllle 11.07 pm
Arrive Salem 11.60 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 1 0.00 a m
Anlve Kernersvllle 1 1.00 a m
Arrive Salem 11.80 am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 a m
Arrive Kernersvllle 8.04 am
Arrive Greensboro 9.00 a m
Leave Salem 4.30 p m
Arrive Kernersvllle 5. 1 0 p m
Arrive Greensboro 6 80pm
Pullman SleeM Cars Without cuange"
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville.
On Train No. 55, bttwe-n Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Tram No. tH, between At.anta ana wasaing
ton. via Danville.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danvi le.
On Train No 54., between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
WThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Balelgh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. Fur Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
dec31 Richmond, Va.
"DUBSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
X Mecklenburg, I wld sell at Public Auction at the
court house In Cnarlotte, on
MONDAY, THB 27TH OP FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the intersection
of the North Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler property.
Besold because of purchaser at late sale falling
Terms Va cash; balance on 8 and 6 months
credit, with Interest Title reserved as security lor
balance. a. haiiiuw wr-a,
dec24 d oaw tds commissioner.
DO IT Fi
TO CALL AT
Bi.KOHE YOU MAKE
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
bat if jou will call we will satisfy jou that we unn
the ilnest.assortinent of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A dne lot of
of all desclptlons, Just recelted. Remember
none can under-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P. C.
Hhuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. a. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon. A. c.
Avery, Judge, and dated the 7ih day of January,
1882, the undersigned, as Recf.ivbk, win sell at
public sale at the Cotton Factory or the Catawba
Manufacturing Company, on the Catawba River,
In Catawba county, on
MONDAY, THS 6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1882.
the following valuable property, to-wlt: The
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the Cotton
Factory of said Catawba Manufacturing company,
located b mlies Iroui lilt-. W. is. J. 1-.. n ; mlies
from Catawba station 011 s.,i.l railroad 1 1 miles
trum ttilesvllle, and o inl.ej Wst from I rout
Willi's Depot on the A., T & O. K. K.; Including
87 acres of land on the South side of the Oatawo.t
River, 011 which Is situated the said factory, three
good dwelling houses containing H rooms each,
am J2Ciltages containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each lor ooera Ives, a store house, stables and
other out i;ous-s. tald Factory is a building tfu
feet long by 42 Teet wide, two stories high, wltu an
"L" 5Ujc20 feet, and another ' L" lJ;jx22 feet, a
flre-iiroor Picker House 80x20 feet Uu.aed 1 10
teet from the main budding of the Factory. Alro,
the following machlnerj in th said Factory, viz:
1 picker, 1 bti-inch Uouble beater and lauper, 7
37-incii 1 4-ti) J-nk'h Hat card, 1 as Lee IK Inch
delivery drawing traine, I 2i-straiid list S't eilri
(9-iiici boL'bins), s spiiu.lng frames, l,n.r,i: spin
dies (B. idesbiiig nwike). blso si.ooieii-, warper,
quiller-., be-.mers, So.. 42 new and 111 siMU""v
edpl'Id looms (-"JO Biidestjurg and 12 Ward's
mfcke). vkh ail siecesnajy fixtures aim Undines,
and with warps redy to start up. Dje i.otii-e and
sizing machinery or the most Impr ve.d siyle with
vats and ve.-sels complete. All p ts of the build
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20 hurse power
All the property, buildings, machinery, &c., lit,
good condition and In good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the rl..er. Imme
diately opposite the Factory and adjoining ill?
river and the fchoal. which extends actoss. 21
pc-res of lard, with a Sne water-power w ith bo'iU
rock foundation. The had of the waU'i on tln-
souttiern side, on which Is the Factory, i" tbou;
"or more accurate and definite description or the
properly and conditions or the sale, reference is
maae to the decree In the above stated cse
The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent or thft
purchase money In cash, and the remainder tit
equal Installments of tto and 120 days, bond and
ood security being required 01 tne piucnjiser ior
Also, at the same time and place the under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOK CAnH. the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules,
2 wagons and harness, lot or dyes aria eye nuns.
the material now In process of manufacture c"ti
s1tlng of warps, plaids and yarns. Alo. a -mall
tock or general mercnanoise, consisting 01 noom.
hoes, dry goods, bacon and sueh other articles of
groceries and dry goods as are usually keot in
country store. JOHN L. CuB.
January 24th, 1882. Keceiver.
Llncolnton, N. C.
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Year's; Dinners;and h w very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
400 TONS HIGH GRADE
Containing 12 to 13 percent Soluble Phon-boric
Acid. Analysis Gu-tranieed.
I f;- WAKKAED GENUINE,
- Just Received.
Special lndiicimfiits Is dealers and large buy n.
CIIAS. E. SMITH,
Wholes de Penh r lu Guano Mid ConiinI slon
Merchant, Wl-mlugton, N. C.
ADF.SIRABLE residence, three blocks frois 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 fulllot. has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc. The bouse Is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, havlntf
an admirable library or study room, built for tba
Duroose. For furthsr particulars, price, terms,
etc. apply at
iy ut joia uirnii
City Lot for Sale Cheap.
THE Lot on the corner of Ninth street and the
North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet i"1
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Carolina
Railroad, will either be sold as a whole or divided
Into two lots of 70 by 1 96 teet Suitable either for
building or factory purposes. Apply to .
Jun25,tf J. a PH1LL1P8.
Your Holiday Purchases.