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Greensboro Patriot: The cominis
Bioners find the pauper list in the couh-
m&mw Fit bW
wounded man is improving.
MrLevi Scott will occupy his new;
and elegant home next week. His
daughter, Mrs. McNeil, will live with
him. . .
Some stalks of Tcorn, containing six
well deTelorjedl ears leach Were shown
on the streets last"Monday. The corn J
was grown on the Brittain plantation,
near Summerfleld, in this county.
Statestille American : John J. Mbit
fs erecting a large building for a fertili
zer depot, near the railroad on South
The' bonds of Coddle creek township
in behalf of the Midland railroadhave
beenjsigned, and3 are now Wj the mar
kets :- ILyrry up the road. ; t
We are gratified to learh of thecon
tinued improvement of Mr. Richard A.
Evans, who had a couple of months
been confined of typhoid pneumonia,
but now able to be up.
Messrs. Freeman & Hobbs, of Greens
boro, have purchased a lot of. the AiT.
& Q.rafirdad company, near tJie d$pdta;
foe the sum of $300,-on which, they vim
erect it factor to manufacture srjokeJ
bandies aid other things ahd will fro
ceed to etfect the improvemeats for the
machinery In a short while There is
an abundance of fine timber in this
section for such a purpose, for which
liberal prices will be paid.
ITEMS OF IBTrEMEST.
A Paris, Ky., dealer handled 62,000
turkeys last season.
Many Russian Jewjs ar setUingn
Mississippi.? - X
There are eighty-nine Jews In the
London Stock Exchange.
Judge Porter is going to Florida to
recuperate from the Guiteau trial.
This season's ice crop on the Kenne
bec river is estimated at l.aou.uou tons.
Col. Ricks, of Mississippi, is the sec
ond largest planter in the youth, and
employs 1,000 men.
The cotton crop of Arkansas is
claimed to have a greater money value
than the wheat crop of Minnesota.
A Washington lady has engaged
rooms at Wormley's for her dog, and
has its meals served to it as regularly
as any other dignitary there.
Congressman McCoid,. of Iowa, a
plain, granger looking sort of a man,
but better learned than many ot his
more polished colleagues, is taking les
sons in French.
Several theatres have taken fire in
l'aris, out no person in me auaience
was ever injured, on account ot the
care taken by the government to see
that proper exits are provided.
John D. Defrees, who has been the
government printer for a longtime,
and whose resignation takes effect on
the flrst of April uext, is about 72 years
of age, and has been a hard working
printer and politician all his life.
A California man worth nearly half
a million dollars, recently attended the
funeral of his son. Just before the
coffin was lowered he unscrewed the
silvered handles and taking them back
to town sold them to an undertaker.
The Hon. Charles McLean, a green
back member of the Massachusetts
eg.slatiire.who wasfurmerly agardener
on the estates of the Duke of Argyl.
was Tuesday arraigned in the municipal
court at Boston as a common drunkard,
and sentenced to imprisonment for
The most remarkable item in the
Yorktown bills which Congress is
asked to settle, is $25 for water fur
nished the guests. Nobody is surprised
at the large sums required to pay for
the other fluids dispensed, as 81.450 to
a Washington restaurant-keeper for re
freshments served on the steamer
which carried down a crowd of officials
and their cronies.
The Russian government has made
a declaration giving assurance that the
Jews will be protected.
The dead body of Wm. ilice has been
found in a small swamp in Gwinnet
county, Ga. He is supposed to have
been killed by illicit distillers, as nis
life had been threatened.
Daniel Wells, of Milwaukee, one day
last week received $225,000 as the
profits of a one-fifth share in a "pork
corner" m Chicago.
Mr. Blaine is urged by the Boston
Advertiser to afeaiu enter the House
of Representatives. It does not ad
mire the record he made as Secretary
of State, but says be would at once be
come the leader or nis party in tne
C mm . ..a
At Phillipsport, Sullivan county, N.
Y., Tuesday afternoon, Frederick Men-
ser. or Olivine, snot mmseu in me
presence of a young lady named Orvel
la Daved because she refused to marry
him, and died shortly arterwaru.
The Pueblo Indian chiefs who are
visiting their children at the Carlisle
school are greatly pleased at the pro
gress which they have made, and the
agent who has them in charge expects
to forward a large numoer or new pu
pils when he returns to New Mexico.
Mr. H. Redmond, brother of Mr. Jno.
Redmond. Home-Rule member of Par
liament for New Ross, was arrested at
Batlyragget, County Kilkenny, Ireland,
Tuesday, under tne coercion ace
Henrv A.Wise. 24 years old, son of
John E. Wise, of Chesterfield, Mary
land, Tuesday committed suicide by
shooting. A letter was found in his
clothes stating he was tired of living,
and that he blamed no one tor his act.
James B. Edwards, on Wednesday,
threw himself from the third-story
window of his residence, in South
Brooklyn, New York, to the pavement,
and will probably die. - lie naa oeen
out of work for four months, and his
family was starving. It is thought that
he had lost his reason for the time be
General W. S. Hancock is visiting his
son Russell at Friar's Point, Miss. Dur
ing a salute in his honor Wednesday at
the United States Arsenal,-Little Rock,
Arkansas, a premature discharge of a
canntib blew off the arm of a Fourth
Artilleryman named Metz.
James and Daniel Wallace, brothers,
quarrelled on Wednesday in- Brooklyn
over the sale 01 a norse, Avnen tne tor
mer, who is a tinsmith, at No. 248 Hoyt
street, struck his brother over his head
with a piece of : iron, fracturlna hia
skull, from the effects of which he may
die. James was arrested ana locked
Oil has been found at a depth of 1657
feet on the MeboptJlhy Qreftk. Bradford
county, Pa., near the Hne lot 'Sullivan
and Wyoming counties. The strike has
caused great excitement in ina . vicin
ity. ' - ;
Ui, !. mnt mt i , 1 iU
Monroe, Mich., 8ert 25, 187S.
' a.. t hobataon txkfnirlTnH Btrtnra f rfr tnflAin
.hak Ai uniimuiii blsddee.' It hs dnnator
me what four doctors railed to do. The effect 9f
Debutantes are reasonably easy on
call, though there has been" in certain
circles anflort to irori -corner. Thei
supply of male escorts is ftuile equal to
the demand, for middlfiieswbirt:8ome
iappyiutm'ertt is feltTM'afccottnt.'of
he non-arrival t)f acarsro of, assorted!
eotirits consfirned to a commission firm
u'VYaMhihirtim krid' PYnected.to arrive
MAvriaitSi-iv( bond. fiFjears ar'e
uressed tftat th tariff com miss Ion may
idafce tbis:,cm dutiable iw fe-
taiwiieu forjtha prolubilion 8t Ameri-
1 Ai 1 i 1 . .
uuiwn-jwu 011 uy.itaiyauu Aiucri-
caBworK T LUermanT.'; Tne jrrencn
artile is nQ l6'nger Quoted, the im ports
iiavuiK-aimusb eutireiyceaeeu. a.wau
insr fbreien arrivals and wtrtly-'on ac
count of the Uncertainty attaching to
the appropriation bills, marriageable
congr.ega.mdrt &reUft Vsligbti "request,.
though some dealers .are un willing to
part with .present holdings at . a sacri
fice.' Thestf "holders ate confident . that
the appropriations will be magniQcent,
and that sundrv- snhatdv enterorises.
now regarded as impossible, will com
mand the' patriotic indorsement of
Congress. Old maids are a glut, there
being scarcely any demand tor them
except fdr the gilt-edge varietyv and
these only from second-class . clerks.
Legation ladies are stiff and hot largely
dealt in. Few deals in boarding-house
keepers are reported except by commit
tee clerks, the business being considera
bly cut up of late years, and a prime
article of western heiress being had
with about the sameffort. Down east
school-marms, once a favorite stock,
are generally refused now for the
Southern belle of fast recuperating for
tunes.;. Widows, prime to choice, seller
30(60hate advanced a few points
over previous quotations in conse
quence of a visit from a territorial dele
gation. The general tone, though not
buoyant, cannot be said to De greatly
depressed, as the bears would have it
believed. Balls, in fair quantities, are
on the carpet, and informal gatherings,
aemiared with the supply of other
seasons, almost hold their own. There!
will be greater activity as the season
monmf Valae of Blew Tork.
The returns" of the commissioners of
taxes and assessments for New York
show that the entire amount of real
and personal property assessed in that
city aggregates about two billions Of
dollars. The Tribune claims, however,
that this sum falls short of represent
ing the actual wealth of the metropolis,
as real estate is assessed at only sixty
per cent, of its value, while an immense
amount of personal property escapes
taxation altogether, for various reas
ons. In addition, there is the exempted
church propeity, amounting to 855,000
000 ; the school, college and library prop
erty, also exemptjfooting up about $50,
000,000, and the property of the United
States, worth $15,000,000, which is
equally beyond the reach of the State
The Tribune says a growing feeling
appears to exist in favor of abolishing
all personal taxes, on the ground of the
difficulty of collecting them with fair
ness and equality, and of doing away
with all exemptions on real estate. Du
ring last year plans were filed in New
York for the erection 2.6S2 new build-
nKS, to cost nearly $44,000,000.
If New Yorkers continue to build as
they are building now, sparing no cost
and putting up structures often the
size of a block, the metropolis will soon
rival any city in the world in the size,
beauty and cost of its buildings.
The Dyeing of Hatter.
Ne w York Sun.
All who eat are interested to know
that nearly all the hutter offered for
tale in our large cities owes its rich
golden color to artificial additions. The
Scientific American gives several re
cipes in use among butter-dyers. An
notto and turmeric are commonly em
ployed, but there are also various com
pounds put up m cans to be sold to the
trade. For some of these it is claimed
that they not only impartthe desired col
or to butter, but will keep it sweet and
fresh for an indefinite time. Rorick's
recipe calls for lard, six pounds ; annot
to, six ounces; turmeric, one ounce;
salt, ten ounces; nitre half an ounce;
bromocholaralum, three and a half
onnces, and as much water as necessary.
These aie well concocted together, and
the sham color ia then ready for use
with either sham or genuine butter.
It is sometimes considered a little diffi
cult to distinguish oleomargerine from
the article of which it is an imitat ion,
and the difficulty is heightened when
the color is good. The semi-transpar
ent character of tne imitation is, how
ever, conclusive against it, as well as its
waxy gloss of surface, and the false col
or can be detected oy the tact that it is
apt to separate when the oleomargerine
Eclipses in 18S2.
In the year 1882 there will be two
eclipses of the sun, and a transit of
Venus over the disk of the sun:
I. A total eclipse of the sun, May 17.
not visible in America, the line of to
tality passing across Africa and Asia,
and visible as a pai tial eclipse in Eu
rope. II. An annular eclipse of the sun
November 10, not visible in America,
the principal phases being confined to
the southern portions of the Pacific
ill. A transit or tne pianet venus
over the disk of the sun, on December
6, visible throughout the United States.
There will be four contacts of the cir
cular disks or limbs of the sun and
planet, namely, a first external contact
of the limbs, and then, after an interval
of about twenty-one minutes of time,
the second contact, or first internal con
tact will take place. After an interval
of about six hours the third contact or
second internal contact will take place,
and about twenty-one minutes after
the third, the fourth contact or second
external contact will complete the tran
Cheapest Iron in the World,
The Bibb county (Ala.) Blade very
truly observe:,. "There is mo place in
the world where iron can be made so
cheap as in Jefferson county. The Eu
reka company is making iron now at
a cost of eleven dollars per ton, and
when they get both furnaces in full
blast, they wUl make it at a cost of
eight or nine dollars per ton. wnere
is there a place that will beat that ?"
W ith cheap transportation rrom isir
mingbam to Mobile, this city should be
come the greatest manufacturing city
in the United States. We have water
communication back to the coal and
iron fields, the only safe and convenient
harbor on the Gulf of Mexico, and en-
Joy better health than any other city
on the continent.
mechanics to the Front.
Bv a teleerram received here last even
ing we learn that Messrs. E. H. King
and John j. Davis, two young gentle
men from Wilmington, passed their ex
amination before the Supreme Court
and have been admitted to practice law
in the several courts of the State. Both
these gentlemen are -mechanics and
had been working at their respective
trades up to the time they left for Ral
eigh. Mr. Davis having been employed
in the cotton factory. We wish, them
both a successful career in theit new
t : 'f '-;
, exchange says: a one-armed negro boy la
tI? J?! fou persons from drowning.
f H npthlB hosew. tot Dr. Ball's cough
rop has saved thousands from consumption.
The Social market
A;Haul bl Expert Forge -s.
r.rtjr.kan. "Fchi ft Private detectives
yesterday arrested Jack Brush and six
men who. came here last weeTc from
Xew York. They are noted forgers
and, plied their, trade by raising checks.
.fnAf)n: n.iil..Sa m...1r lAna th'jfr
the: cashier of the Union "National
bank; cashed one of their checks raised
from, $48 to $4S0, although tbey had
been warned that it wQuld be present-
ea: ' ' "' ;
tio Jidtrcrttsciiue ats.
DB. 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
core for the following special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all Intelligent sufferers. They
are prepared expressly to cure sick headache,
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 SI or six boxes for 82.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Curo
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonsUpartBof the
body. It makes the akin white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freokuee, and la the BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOBLD. Elegantly put up, twe
bottle, in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All nrst olasa druggists have It. Price $1. per package.
CHA8. N CRITTENTON, 115 Fulton ptreet,
New York City, sole agent for Dr. 0. W Benson's
remedies, to horn all oners should be ad
dressed. MRS. LYDJA E. FIMKHAM, OF LYKN, MASS.,
LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cnre
for all tho.e Polnriil Complaint, and Weaknesses
so common to our be.t female population.
It irlU cure entirely the worst form of Female Com.
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tlon, 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 f alntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
- For the curef Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LVDIA K. PIXKIIAM'S TEGETABLE COM
POITND is prepaned at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for S5. Sent by mail
In the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, 81 per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this Paper.
No family should be without LTDIA E. PINKHA1TS
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, blliousnss
and torpidity of the liver. 5 cents per box.
ay- Sold by all Druggists. -COL
Whose complexion betrays
some humiliating imperfec
tion, -whose mirror tells you
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or ha?e Eruptions, Redness,
Boughness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It is a 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.
if you Y;; :i:
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Date, Dec 18, '81 No. R5 No 51 No 53
- Dally. Daily. Dally.
Leave Charlotte, 4.30 p ml 3 30 a m 8.10 pm
" Salisbury, r.17pm! 5.30 a m lu.02 p m
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 pm 7.36 am 1 2 05 am
Leave weensb'ro 8.18 pm 7.5H a m 12.15 a m
Arrive N.Danville 10.10 p m 10 00 a m 12.23 am
Leave N Danville 11.30 p m 10 15 a m
Arrive Richmond, 7.40 am 3.55 p m
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Arrive Raleigh,... 1.52 p m
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Arrive Goldsboro' 4.20 p m
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R. B, for all polats East and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
Dally. Dally. Dally.
Leave Goldsboro' 1 2.20 p m
Arrive Raleigh,.. 1 2.40 p m
Leave Baleigh, . . 4 00pm
Leave Richmond, 12.07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.PanvtUe 7 48pm 6.30 pm 7.35 am
Arrive Greensb'ro 9. 30 pm 8.30 p m 9 30 a m
Leave Greensb'ro 9.35 pm 8.40 pm 9 35am
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.37 m 11.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
Vim XV. IS. Cm HAILUOII).
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 p m
Arrive Kernersvllle ...... 1 1 .07 V m
Arrive Salem 1 1.60 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.00 a m
Arrive KemersvL'le II .00 a m
Arrive Salem 1 1.80 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 a m
Arrive Kernersvllle 8.04 am
Arrive Greensboro. 9.00 a m
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem 4.30 p m
Arrive Kernersv ill e 5. 1 0 p m
Arrive Greensboro 6 80 p m
BUlman Sleeping; Cars Witnout Mge
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 Danville.
On Train No. 60, btUeenNtv. York and Atlanta
via nan vine.
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danvi le.
- On Train No 54, between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
Throueh Tickets on sale at Greensboro'.
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, Southwest, West, North
and itast. j it .Emigrant Kates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address.
General Passenger Agent
dec31 Richmond, Va.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I will sell at Public Auction at the
court nouee m Charlotte, on
MONDAY, THI 27TH OF FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel qi land lying Detween the intersection
of the N ortb Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler Drotiertr.
Resold because of purchaser at late sale falling
to comply. !
Terms ifa cash; balsnce on 8 and 6 months
credit, with interest Title reserved as security for
Daiance. , . a. bahjUNUEK,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner,
TiA AT AH nil
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MaKK
Your Holiday Purchases,
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but If jou will call we will satlsry you that we h ive
the nnest.assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy nr not
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, Just recelrpd. Remmber
none can under-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
-COTTON FACTO RY--FORSALE.--
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the case of P c
Bhuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Poweii
and others, defendants, at Chamber by Hon. A 0
Avery, Judge, and dated the 7ih day of January'
1882, tbe undersigned, as Receiver, win sen at
public sale at the Cotton Factory or the Catawixt
Manufacturing Company, on the Catawba River
in Catawba county, on '
MONDAY, THE ttTH DAY OF MARCH, 1882,
the following valuable property, to-wlt: The
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and tbe Cotton
factory of said Catawba Manufacturing om;any,
Incited 3 mi en Iruin ilie v i: ;. tt ; x miits
from Catawbi Mrttlon on s I: r;l.ru;il 1 1 miles
In m tt tesville, and 6 mi V. st lroin 1 rout
man's uepot on the a , T t o. H k.; incluaing
87 acres of land on the South side of the Catawtu
River, on which Is situated the said Factory, three
good dwelling houses containing li rooms each,
an j 12 c ttnges containing from 2 lo 4 rooms
each lor uier,i Ues, a Morehouse, stables and
other out Ijousts. tald Factory is a building tii)
feet long by 42 leet wide, two stories h.gh. wun an
"L" 50x20 feet, and another ' L" 9ilx22 feet, ti
fire-ijroor Picker House 30x20 feet niiu.ited 1 10
feet from the main buLdnig of the Factory. aIko,
the following machinery In the said Factory, viz:
1 picker, t bti-lnch double beater and lapper, 7
37-lncti 1 4-tnp Jcnk' Hat card-, 1 asm Lee J K tnen
delivery drawing muue, i 2u-stiand ll.-t -I'ee.kr
(9-incn bobbins), M spinning frame.s, .swin
dles B, idcsbuig make), also sjiooiei.-, waier,
Quiltei's. benntri', 42 new ani m .si linpniv
ed plld looms (30 BiUle8i.urg and 12 Ward's
make), wiiti ail nececsaiy fixiures an. Undines.
a:d lih warps lendy to start up. Die i ou-e and
Mziiig machinery of tne most impr ved ,siyl with
vais and vei-sels comp et-'. All p. As of the build
ing furnished with steam pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 2o horse power
All the property, buildings, muchl'iry, &c In
good condition and in good repair.
Also, on the Northern aide of the ll er. imme
diately opposite tbe FafrnVy and ndj ining the
river and the thoal. which extends across, ifl
at res of land, with a fine water-power vvnh sollJ
rock found-uion. The head of the wal.-r on the
-outrcrn Mde, on which is the Fact--rj, is .bout
Fit more accurate and definite deseriptirn of the
property and conditions or the sale, iefcrei.ee M
maie to the decree in the above staged c-ise
The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of tli
purchase money in cash, and the remainder in
equal installments of 9c and 12') days, bowl ana
ood security being requtrtd of the pu -chaser for
Also, at the Rune time and place tho under
signed, as Receiver, will elL FOtt CAH the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules.
2 wagons and harness. lot of dyes at, d dye j-tuffs,
the material now in process of manufacture con
sisting of warps, plaids and yarns Alo. a -nnll
s'ock of general merchandise, consisting of boots,
shos. dry goods, bacon and such other articles of
groceries and dry goods as are usually kept in
count y store. JOHN L. CuBS,
January 24th, 1882. Receiver.
LIncolnton, N. C.
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Year's'jDlnners.and h w very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
-FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
400 TOSS HIGH OTtADE
Containing 12 to 13 percent Soluble Pboii-horlc
Acid. Analysis Guaranteed.
iW WARRANTED GENUINE,
Special tnduc-ments l dealers and large buyers.
CIIAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale DeaUr la Guano nd Connil-slon
Merchant, Wl.mlngton, N. C.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square in i harloUe, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. Tbe dwelling Is on a full lot. has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc. The house Is admirably adapted tor tbe
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for tbe
purpose. For furthsr particulars, price, terms,
etc. apply at THIS OlrFICE.
City Lot for Sale Cheap.
THI Lot on tbe corner of Ninth street and tbe
North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet on
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 leet Suitable either for
building or factory purposes. Apply to
un25.tf f. & PHILLIPS.
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