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SATURDAY, FEB. 11. 1S82.
Silem Press: We hoar of pn union. a
along Muddy Creek just uow.
Thoraag lioneycut, a young in tin liv
ing at liarrtson Grouse's, had his thumb
nail bitteu off by :i horse hut Satur
day. On Friday last the operatives in the
weaving-room at Messrs. F. & H. Fries'
woolen miles discovered a box of old
waste on Qre, caused by spontaneous
AnBon Times: A snake was killed
in this county the other day.
John Young, colored, was drowned
at Lipe's Mill on Rocky 'River last
All those who have employed the
emigrants brought here by the Dixie
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion are well pleased.
Raleigh News and Observer: Yester
day twenty convicts were sent up to
the Western North Carolina Railroad,
from the Penitentiary.
A negro convict, Ed. Williamson, who
escaped last Saturday from a gang at
work near Auburn, yesterday came in
and voluntarily surrendered himself to
the Penitentiary authorities.
Hon. Paul C. Cameron yesterday
qualified as administrator of the estate
of the late Miss Mildred Cameron, giv
ing bond in the sum of $550,000. This
isjhe largest bond ever given in Wake
county, it is said. Mrs. W. B. Mordecai
and Maj. John W. Graham are sureties.
Capt. T. F. Lee last evening exhibit
ed at the Y"arborough somer'rarely beau
tiful specimens of mineral, "gold, silver
and copper, from mines in New Mexico
and Arizona, in some of which he ha3
a slight interest, and all of which he
now represents as agent for the own
ers. Some silver ore from the "Tar
Heel" mine, in Arizona, is very valua
ble. Capt. Lee goes to New York in a
few days to negotiate a sale of these
Col. L. C. Jones, superintendent of
the Cape Fear and Yadkin Vall6y
railroad is so ill at his home in Jones
boro that but little hopes are entertain
ed of his recovery.
Salisbury Watchman: Rowan coun
ty has now about $6,600 in her treasury.
The Baptist church on corner of
Church andCouncil strees, is very near
ly completed, and when finished will
be one of the handsomest churches in
Durham Recorder: We learn from
our friends in the country, that the
wheat and oat crops are looking very
promising, with a Mattering prospect of
the largest crop ever made in this sec
tion of ihe State.
Last Sunday John P.ivins, a young
intelligent man of good family living
in the Lastern part of Alamance coun
ty, committed suicide by jumping into
Newlin's mill pond. He had only been
married ten days.
Monroe Express: It is reported that
the elections held in bandy liule and
Goose Creek townships on Wednesday,
on the stock law question, resulted in
favor of the measure in both town
In Lancaster village a few days ago,
Henry Sadler, a highly respected color
ed man died. His funeral was attend
ed by a large number of whites and af
ter the burying a collection was taken
up among the white people of the com
munity, and funds raised to erect a
suitable tombstone over his grave.
Wonder if there is a community
north of Mason and Dixon's line, that
ever did a similrr act?
Jiulge Charles Fox, the oldest mem
ber of the Cincinnati bar, died yester
day. Advices from the Northwest Terri
tories are to the effect that along the
slope of the Rocky Mountains the win
ter has been unusually mild, and there
has been abundant pasturage lor cat
tle during the whole season.
The Fenian Tobin, who was convict
ed Tuesday at Leeds, has been sentenc
ed to seven years penal servitude.
A report was presented in the Iowa
Legislature yesterday on the granting
of free passes by railroad companies,
in which the "dead heads" are estimat
ed at 10 per cent, of the passengers car
ried by the railroads of the State.
A mass meeting was held in Cham
bersburg, Pa., Monday night, at which
40,000 wa3 subscribed to the stock of
the Taylor Manufacturing Company,
of Westminister, Md., which it is pro
posed to remove to Chambersburg.
A bill was introduced in the New
Jersey Senate yesterday requiring tele
graph companies to deliver messages
within a mile of the office at which
they are received without extra charge.
A sale of furniture was advertised to
take place in Philadelphia yesterday at
a dwelling in which six persons have
died from small pox since November
20. The police stopped the sale, took
possession of the goods, and will destroy
such as cannot be fumigated.
Three hundred striking cigarmakes
at Milwaukee on Tuesday attacked the
men and women who had been employ
ed in their places, and a riot was only
prevented by the prompt action of the
Julia Marsh, a married woman, com
mitted suicide in New York yesterday
by taking a dose of poison called 'rough
on rats.' She leaves three children.
In the Court of General Sessions,
New York city, yesterday, Thomas Mc
Donnel, who kicked Maggie Donnelly
to death, pleaded guilty to manslaught
er in the first degree, and was sentenc
ed to the penitentiary for life.
Major Washburne, engineer and su
perintendent of part of the Missouri
Pacific Railroad of Texas, and the wife
of W. Stoll, the head contractor of con
struction, were killed in a hand-car ac
cident, near Waco, Texas, on Tuesday
night, Mr. Stoll was seriously injured.
Conductor Hanford and brakeman
Melius, through whose negligence the
Syupten Duyvil disaster occurred, were
arraigned in the Court of General Ses
sions at New York yesterday for man
slaughter. Melius was given further
time to plead and Hanford entered a
a plea of not guilty.
Chicago newspapers say that the
Grand Trunk officials complain that the
Vanderbilt roads and the Pennsylvania
road have not yet withdrawn from
points in the West and northwest their
cheap tickets, so that scalpers send to
Milwaukee and buy tickets to New
York and Boston over their lines. They
say this state of things will breed a new
The Stove Manufacturers' Associa
tion of the United States met at Cin
cinnati Wednesday and elected the fol
lowing officers : President, W. II. White
head, of Chicago; vice-presidents, Giles
F. Fille, of St. Louis, and S. R. Burton,
of Cincinnati; treasurer, Uriah Hill, of
New York ; secretary, W. H. Lord, of
Chicago; managers, R. P. Myers, of
Cleveland, A. Bradley, of Pittsburg,
John S. Perry, of Albany, Wm. Oben
rath, of New York, and John McGee,
of Boston. There were about eighty
Monroe, Mich.. 8epL 25, 1875.
Sirs I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflam
mation of klndeys and bladder. It has done for
me what four doctors failed to do. The effect of
Hop Bitten seemed like magic to me.
W. L. CABTKB.
ITEMS OF IIVTEUtST.
The Western Union telegraph com
pany operates 350,000 miles of wire.
Lyons. France. Rmnlovs 845 neonle in
v . - jii " - ' ' '
uirsiiK m an u lactones.
During 1881 plans for 2.682 buildinz?
to cost $43,391,300, were filed at the New
xorK building bureau.
King Kalakaua is fitting up the new
royal palace at Honolulu, which has
cost about a quarter of a million.
Dr. Boy n ton, the Cleveland ohvsician
whose name became so well known to
the country during Garfield's sickness
is about to move to Elsworth Kansas
and go into the sheep business.
The ice cone of the base of the Yose
mite falls is 200 feet high. There are
numerous visitors and there are fifty
: . i .... . .
lime resiuenis in tne vaney.
A Vermont farmer yearly fattens
3,500 turkeys, 2,700 geese, and 2,100
ducks. One lot of his poultry last year
nrougut $10,800 in the Boston market
An epidemic of malignant diphthe
ria that, WS -nrovnilincr in Wrorloyinb-
Md., is said to have "been swept away
ior me lime Deing Dy tne late cold
A defalcation of 47,000,000 is report
ed in Russia. This will make New
The Australian colonies are the rich
est in the world. Among their posses
sions are 80,0000,000 sheep, and the tota
population is only 3,000,000 souls.
There are only 113 works in the Eng
lish language which the blind can read
Producing books in raised letters is
very expensive, and of course the sales
are small, so that their publication is a
matter of charity. The Perkins insti
tute of Boston have almost raised a
fund of $100,000, with which they will
issue twelve books a year indefinitely.
An Indian woman of Gridley, Cal.,
gave birth to four children, all boys,
the other day. She went to Chico with
the pappooses, and had a rousing recep
tion vj me aoonginees mere, who bad
a big pow-wow in her honor. The lit
tle redskins have all received high-
The income enjoyed by the State of
new xorK irom ice cut on the canal
this year in Rochester is considerable,
per acre oeing charged for the priv
ilege of cutting from State waters.
In May, 1796, Jenner made the first
experiment m vaccination, bv trans
ferriug the pus from the pustule of a
milkmaid, who had caught the cow
pox from the cows, to a healthy child,
and publishing the result, the practice
cspieau uver Lue civilized world.
Ittktitution in Nurth liuui.inun
Appeal fur Akblatatnce.
iNew Orleans, Feb. 10. The Times
Democrat publishes the proceedings of
a ineiing nem at (jolumuia, Caldwell
parish, appealing for assistance to the
people ot Ouachita, Richland, Ranklin,
('aid well, Winn, Grant and a portion of
Jackson and Concordia parishes.
The preamble to the resolution sets
forth that the unprecedented drouth of
last summer and fall caused a failure
of corn, potatoes, pease and evergrass,
anu a very snort crop ot cotton has
brought a state of almost universal
destitution and want upon thecommu
nity of Caldwell and adjoining parish
es, that 19 20lh of the people, including
both colors and all clas5es have not a
grain of corn to feed their starving
teams, no ureau, no credit, no where to
go and nothing to go with. That hogs
have been dying lor two months be
cause or entire failure of mast and
grain. Therefore be it
hesolcLd, That common humanit
dictates that relief should be afforde
to prevent probable starvation of the
large part of the population in north
Louisiana, and we deem that destitu
tion of a large portion of an important
class of our fellow citizens challenges
attention and should command aid of
the government to avert imminent
The resolutions further state that a
large section ot country is suffering
from an overflow and that stock and
people are on the point of starvation.
The Times-Democrat says, editorial
ly, that this condition of affairs was
predicted in its columns some months
ago when it was found that the people
in that section were selling off their
siock and cattle at a sacrifice; but
thinks the situation exaggerated, that
the people of Louisian should be called
on before calling on others for assis
Governor McEnnery has ordered an
The Chinese on Our SbnruM.
New York Herald.
While the Chinese have been of
service to America in many ways, the
fact that they represent a teeming vast
empire: that it is within the power of
China to throw into America millions
and millions of these laborers, and that
if not checked, they could swarm over
the Pacific coast and practically occupy
it, is the real point to be considered.
We are not building up a Mongolian or
an African or a Tartar republic, but a
nation of white Christian men and
women. We do not desire to have in
America small classes of rich, prosper
ous men living at the expense of myr
iadsof poorly paid, industrious coolies.
It is of more consequence to have a
large, thrifty, contented, well-paid,
working class of our own people. Out
of this class come the best citizens, If
the influence of the immigration of the
Chinese to the United States is to
weaken or diminish or lessen the moral
force of our working classes then it
should be restricted. A great deal is
due to China as a friendly nation and
one in whose future we have a growing
interest, but a great deal is also due to
the laboring people of our own States,
and especially those living on the Pa
Guiteau on Ice.
Chicago Ibkr-Ocean. -
Probablv the rplat.ivpp. :is a matter of
law, have the right to take charge of
the body after execution, though this is
not positively plain ; but that there can
be found means to prevent an exhibition
in the manner proposed can scarcely be
Altogether, this is nprhans. the stran
gest case that has ever been known in
criminal nistory. f rom tne moment
when the man shot the president in
the Potomac dennt Mia whole nrnr.eeri-
ings have been extraordinary. The
world was first shocked at the tragedy,
shocked again at the causeless nature
of the crime, shnplrprt at. the nnnrf-
dented behavior of the assassin in
court, and this mixture of surprise hor
ror and indignation would be supple
mented bv lnat.h in rr anr hnmiliflt.ion If
the plans of the speculators in the dis-
fruatinrv nvlIV.:: 4. vA n n i
6uo""fi cAuiuiuuu were tu uo uanieu
out. Let not the jingle of money made
through the taking off of the President
be heard in the land that so sincerely
jiiuuiueu ma loss.
The Cotton Striker.
tt V MNS -r eo. iu. me xjaoor
Union held a meeting last night and
resolved to support the strikers in the
cotton presses until every non-union
man is weeded out. Several presses
complied with the demand of the union
VfiRtfirnnw oni a -i,
i. ' lesuuieu nuin, utuers
will probably do B0 to-day.
".ihuiuh, jvt., eD. jo. isaac
rner has been sentenced to be hang
ed for the murder of Abe Ray.
A Louisiana Contested Case Dis
missed. Washington, Feb. 10. The sub
committee of the House Committee on
Elections having under consideration
the contested case of Smith, Republi
can, vs. Robertson, Democrat, sitting
member from the 6th Louisiana dis
trict, adopted a resolution at their meet
ing this morning to dismiss the case
without prejudice. This action was
unanimous and will be so reported to
the full committee at their next meeting.
DB. C. W. BENSON, Of BALTIMORE, MD.,
In the course of hla 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
care for the following special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all Intelligent sufferers. They
are prf pared 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 akin
Cure Is exceedingly valuable and greatly sought
after by all persons who have skin diseases or bad
complexion. An excellent toilet dressing.
8old by all druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for $1 or six boxes for 82. 50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH 8CALY ERUPTIONS,
DI8A8E8 OF HAIR AND 8CALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, P1MPLE8 and
TENDER ITCH I NCS on all part of Uie
body. It makes the skin white, soft and smooth
removes tan and freckles, and is tho BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOELD. Elegantly put tip, twe
bottles in one package, consisting of both, internal
and external treatment.
All first clasa druggists have it. Price $1. per package.
CHAS. N CRITTENTON. 115 Tiltin srrAof
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W. Benson's
remedies, to whom all orders should be ad
dressed. KHS. LYDIA E. PiHKHAM, CF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PSNKHAIVI'S
Is a Positive Cnre
for all thoae Painful Complaints nnd IVenlcneites
o common toourbctt feimile population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Bplnal Weakness, and la 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 aU craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It wUl 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.
I.YHIA E. PIXKIIAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POUND is prepared at 233 and 236 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $6. Sent by mail
in the form of pills, also in the form of loxenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either, llrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Haitian this Paper.
No family should bo without LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 3 cents per box.
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Whose complexion betrays
some humiliating imperfec
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that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or have Eruptions, liedness,
Roughness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
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the most natural and entranc
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which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
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No. 53 Connects at Greens! oro' with R. & D.
R. R. for ell points East and West, via Danville
TBAIN3 GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No. 50 No. 52
P:.i!y. Daily. Daily.
Leave Goldsboro' 1 2.20 p m
Arrive Raleigh,.. 1 2.40 p m
Leave Raleigh, . . 4 00 p m
Leave Richmond. 12.07 pm 11.25 pm
" N.Danville 7 48pm 30 p m 7.85 am
Arrive Greensb'ro RRO pm 8.30 pm 9 30am
Leave Greensb'ro 9.35 p m 8.40 pm 9 35 a m
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.37 m 1 1.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 a m 12.25 m 105pm
IN. W. N. C. KAILHOAD.
Leave Greensboro 9.r,l p m
Arrive Kernersville 11.07pm
-Arrive Salem 11.50 pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.00 a m
Ar,ive Kernersville 11.00 am
Arrive Salem 1 1.30 a m
NO. 51- Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.;;o a m
Arrive Kemersvi le k.04 a m
Arrive Greensboro 9.00 a m
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem 4. SO p m
Arrive Kernersville 5. 1 0 p m
Arrive Greensboro 0 80 p m
"Toitoan Mm Gars Without mm
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and Nsw
York, via Danville.
On Train No. 55, betwetn Augusta and Wash
ington, via DanviHe.
On Train No. 53, b-tween At'anla and Washing
ton, v!h Danville.
On Train No. 50, bttscen New York and Atlanta
via Danvll le.
on Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danvl'lc.
On Train No 54., between Washington and At
lanta, via Danville.
BT Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, 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.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I wld sell at Public Auction at the
court house In Charlotte, on
MONDAY, THE 27TH OF FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court,) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the Intersection
of the orth Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler property.
Resold because of purchaser at late sale falling
Terms cash: balfince on a and 8 months
credit, with Interest. Title reserved as security for
oaiance. b. BAKttlNUlCB,
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
TO CA1L AT
BEFORE YOU M.aKK
Your Holiday Purch
We wiil nut here attempt
to enumerate what we have
bat If you will call we will satisfy )0u that we h
the tluest.assortment of 1VH
ever brought to this market.
Call and see our Display whether you buy
A fine lot of
, r i.ot.
' . .uuu' J.usl received. Remamho,
-vu vein uiiuci'ii v 1 1 h nnn ti,
under sell us.
TKZZJ?LZ?. "e Superior Court of
wuuy, maue iu uue case uf H r
fchuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. a. pi ;
uvuuoiu,, ai iiamoers Dy Hon a
A.JuUge'iin(ldateUttl 7ihday ot Jaiurtrv'
1 KKy. the nnrfprc nu,! u "amuirj.
Public Ml A at thrt I'rton f...., ... ... ''I
if 7 i mioi) ui lueuatawln
MHiiutacturing Compauy, on the Catawba River
in Catawhn ramntv nr.
MONDAY. THK TH DAY OF MARPR 1
me ronowing valuable property, to-wit- T
t-ranite snoais, lu Catawba c.mnty, an.i Cutt
! ir.ini Cntartbi .-t. ii0, , K j, .: ', ',
l.vm t t .teMllle, ;n d 5 mi t- W 5l ,Iulll Ui).
11m.. o i-jjui Ull tlltf a , i V ll. it It.; II10U
nw.co Ul IUI1U UII 11JB Mill II .Sl.le Ol Illy LUlHA'j
nivt-r, on vi men is Mluat.i the sai.i r;w.-tory threi
g 't,d .Uehhu hotis--s containing ti rooms each
an 1 ;:. c it-b"s containing from 2 to 4 room-
cn.ii 101 upua ra-.-,, a .-lure house, stliiiies
otiicc out I ouss. taiu FiiCiory is a uuiklii.g
1. ruimuj 1 ctri, wiue. 10 btoMes 11 gli. WlU u:,
'L' 5o.20 leet. and aiot ier ' L" In'- 1, t.; :l
riie-n-.oi-lijuer House 30xJO tea si:u aed i'm
ltiri irom main bul d ng ot Uie Fa.-iory
the following niachlm-i in in- sa.d h .,cl..ry vi
1 I'ltwrr, 1 on-nicn ucuoie beater tii l:u i.Hr -
ri . -UiCn 1 Mop J. 11k'.- HU card-, 1 as- Let-
I -- 'lit .
neavvrj (irawmg irame, 1 2ti-strai!d M t , ,., .
(9-inc l'.Lbiii., M .-inm.iiig frames. J -l:es
(I3,kic?l)int; nibke). ;.iM st'oon-r-. v;n '-!
l'i!ller, tie in. t i. .to.. 42 new aim m m mr.!...'
fd il id iooms (30 HriUesl-urg ;:ini r w.'ii.r.
nii.ke), wiJi ail i.fcc.vhtl,y Hxtures iiim iintiin-
ai-d watps iedy to start up. Dm uu-eaml
sizing iiiachuiny or the most ininr vr.d .style
yats andvesels camp a-', ill p..ts uf the l.ui.d
ing iurnished will) st-am t ines 10 v.. inn 1 tie Imiiii-lng.sv.ppiii.-d
witn strain lro:u a 20 tmrso 1 .i.iur
All the property, buildings, machim-ry, &z. 1,1
good condition and in good icpair.
aisu, on ine .'.oriiieru suie or iiie H er i
diat ly opposite ti.e Factory and atlj in'.n..
river and the Hiual. which exttnd-, aims.
ai res or li'.t.d. uh a tine w.itor-;Aer
rn -K iciii.ii.i-ioii. i i;e h-ad til tin: .v.iu ,
ci-ut! c;:i :d'2, en winch is the Fact n, .
F-. r nioie accurate and definite desciliti .a i.f tin
property and tiondiiions or tlie sale. iel'. ic.ee n
mane to the decree in the above sta'ed c ise
Tlie terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of ih -purchase
money iu cash, and the remap. tier U
equal installments of no and 12; 1hs. immi a.,,1
t cod security being rtguired of the urcti-sc - La
Also, at the same time nnd place the under
signed, as Receiver, will yell Foit Ca.-II thefi i
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules
2 wagons and harness, lot of dyes ai d dye rtuiTs.
the material now in process ot manufacture c 11
sUting of warps, plaids and jams. Al-o a -1:1 Vil
stock uf general merchandise, consisting of tumi.
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other ariic rsuf
groceries and dry goods as are usually ke; t ,;i ,
country store. JOIJN L. CiB .
January 24th, 1882. Receiver.
Llncolnton, N C.
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Year's;JDInners,and h w very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
-FOR NEW Y IS All's? PHKSKX I'S
400 tons man grade
Coi.t Mn'.pg 12 to 13 percent SoP;b!e Pho-i ho.-ic
Acid. Analysis Giifran'eed.
l&r- V.RHA.TED GENUINE,
- Just llecelvtd. -
.-'liic-iai Indue-jimiits to dealers and latge buy r.
CIIAS. E. .SMITH,
W!'o!i s.:le Dah r in Guano Knd CoiMnl sicti
Merchant, w l.mington, N C.
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square in charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind ft a
purchaser. The dwelling Is on a full lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well oj wa
ter, etc The house Is admirably adapted fur tie
residence ol a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for th
purpose. For funhsr particulars, price, terms,
etc.. apply at THIS 0r ICE.
City Lot for Sale Cheap,
rpHE Lot on the corner of Ninth street ami the
JL 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 nvi! 'i
Into two lots of 70 by 196 leet. Suitable either for
building or factory purposes. Apply to
Jun25,tf s. PHILLIT8