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humors are therefore forced into the blood
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piles, Constipation, crinabt
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Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened over disordered Kidneys!
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medicine. Also in liquid Form, very Caaaea
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NOW IN ;THE'HWr !!r
. - IK. II 5
AT WHOLESALE, irtD: RET ILL
t:nn the Ha.lcirh Newk and Obaeri
be Hottest In llm Smu-menia?
n Wa as
ca-ity.iJaiT the Ne
twirvfcr iwjj hJueit iti. ixs suit
eMSri, s a i; , i 1 1 i
..I C 2 1 1 CI ft
maKe correction ; or win n, luiaco ot
all truth, persist in falsely representing
reports which must be before it? v
or win it, in
In its issue of Feb. 3rd, the JNewa
and Observer wilfully, and we tmnK,
malieiousr, majiea sundry false state-
TOnCri regwa to jene-tA peusca ui iuo
6th dbltectiwi District. That its state
ments are wilfully erroneous, an win
allow when it is known that in order to
Lmake quotations and gfvfigureaaa
"Nhws and ObseifrBri our ports to
f arxA rri itl tia nflfiriat rPYr-fl! in'
form of the , printed reports of ux&
Commissioner of Internal Revenue ;
must pe before ILjr And!, when, with
aciess toifch souyces, or information,
tbbse fkdrtel artjepwiouslj printed in
iwt) incs, wfe fcDjStfetitt )hat:the er
rors?) Jtfre' intentidnaHy4 and wilfully
malicious. Says the News and Ob
"The figures show that the quantity
of spirits made and deposited in the
warehouses, and remaining over not
.taxed was J8,038
liisfoners report for
ending June 3i
Page LXXI, withdrawn
year ending Jane SO, 81, 399,440 gals.
Eemaining in warehouse
T .-. 1 1 1 OOI
JU1V 1, lOJJi..,
A fliehtiferrtr CjJi of on
onMrNwaiid ObaerverJ Will you
have the honesty to correct, and then
base your argujnent upon the figures as
When you make your correction
pieaseteaythat the "receipts would have
Deen sipysy so more, ana wojaia nave
exceeded the increased expenses by
Pass to error ( ?) JNo. 2. TiieJNews
and Observer says: "There were 229
warehouses in that district, Jiine 80th,
18S0, and; there were 253 June 30thr
lsi, an fhejease of 24." ; ,
The very statement show that the
News and Observer has the official
reports, but why falsify them to your
readers and the public ? By the com
missionerfe report for 1880, page 35, the
"number of grain distilleries registered
and operated, during the fiscal year,
e ided June 30th, 1880," in t he 6Lh North
Carolina District, was 227, and by report
for 1831, page XLlfll, the number of
grain distilleries rgisteres and ope
rated, dutinsr the mcar year,' ended
June 30th, 1SSI, in the Gth North Caro
lina District, was (exactly) 300.
Will the News and Observer, when
it states the first number at 229 and the
latter at 253, inferrm us whether said
statement is an error (?)or a deliberate,
Make your foundation secure before
you attempt to build thereon by argument;-
lest, as in this case,your figures
being proven false, your entire editorial
loses any force it might otherwise have
had. We repeat eur former statement
on this subject, and in view of the cor
rect figures, assert its truth. And,
while we are on. this subject, we pro
pose ta give the News and Observer
some information which will be valua
ble, should it ever so far depart from
its usual course as to be hontst in any
tf its statements concerning an adver-
The8 M.mmissl9fer8 '-Tfeport!? (from
which the News ana Observer pretends
to obtain its figures, but which in reali
ty it falsifies to serve its own low pur-
Eoses.) are. made for an entire year, and
mt year ends always on June 30tb.
The tables (in said reports) which show
the number of distilleries, give the
numberTegistered and operated daring
the year. ? At s easy to see, therefore,
that dringlhe year endjng June 30th,
I88a,i227jrtairi distilleries were Operated
ir the fejftthjdistrict of .orth Carolina,
arid' that ;dutfTfg the yeat endin; June
30th. '81. 300 grain distilleries were oper
ated : but it does not follow, as the
News and Observer would Tiave infer
red, that these distilleries were opera-
jUng duriiig the .entire period. Aylis-
11116x7 tan d regrsterea, operate tor a
time and then suspend ; it may, at the
option of the distiller resume and sus
pend at any time, or it may be discon
tinued during the year. The number
00 fliflttllerietf ia operation varies; -with
each month, and as when a distillery is
under suspension, the assignment of
the storekeeDer and craucrer is revoked
and he draws no pay, it follows that the
amoont tpaia rto- tnose orncers varies
eachr Tjasnth, aad i exactly proportioin?
ed ta thenamberxrf distilleries in oper
ation. We nxvetakenaihe trouble to
obtain Irwin : the official .records the
numbex.o graioi distiUeries operating
durina 1880 and W. or months,
In Julyil879, Uiere were 125 distilleries.
1 ? ...
TS'bw tale the folldwing fiscal year,
frf -lifdrfthsr ' " ' ' ,
In ftiy,880, tnere were operatea i4&
: tit J-'
Aprfl . - -(
The total number of distilleries oper-
MD44iriDg year ending 1880, waa.1691,
while Mie rHunoer operating aunng iut3
year endinga1881, was 2,267, a difference
as the News and Observer will proba
bly see, of qnly 576.
Will the News and Observer make a
calculation and teli dSi with storfekeep-
;ets prdoty,at 576las Jn 1681 more
than is ,880; why taeir pay. was- larger
for the latter year t xne jews ana
rK i A'of fl- -falaifwine I
vsuravQi uvi auxigu,
thMDj mil it bekvr,enpjh tp calcuH
late the average
bay to store-keepers
and gaugers for
mnnttm. and p.nmi
each of the above
are the total of 1880
That dor eoj-fectlyi
. "WhvlaiinnU t.hfi
Land yl$r qvjestio:
Krfoenfeg iflihAsiitl-distkiit last el ec
tion year have increased 863,551 r win
be answered; now publish it. We:in
formitheKewsand. Observer that store
keepers eriiduityiwena paid daring those
years; $4 .per diem. '?
The collector of this distriefhas ndth-
uwu luat may De aesirea. win d given, i
auu wus oriUKB US tO COnciUQo as wl
I: 'Xfc,td UtalelaTi News ana
And will the News and Observer ! do
Jiab turn cQrrecunieits raaa..ecorie-
promiseu to uo so. i -
ailfcWSBfftO Wirt 4 ft 6uh. rmWNm hni
fu H'iir syroo k8.ahM(k ta jpppUUr -test
WlM If 0 ftce 25c. M-, i ,
1 L . - V
seain f i
i dfirink lean
gto conceal,; and w4ieu?thetfeguest
kior mwrnjation comes rwtrkproper au
Kthbrittf dr frora'aiS&tr-Ceribr to
'Durham Plant: An employee
Black well & Co.'s is about to loose
arm. from Vaccination. . .
The Presbyterians have contracted ;
witn cape.: D. tv. Smitn to move tneir
urch,nrl wfll 'erect )n the same lot
a,' nahdsome parsonage.
ir . o w . a - -- i a.
vmjy their large tactory irom its
present location . to ne rot on Main
streeVand erect iii jta ttead a manimoth
brick 'building to be used as a factory.
Dr. W. J. H. Durham informs us that
the; wife' f GideorT Newell, colored,
gave birth to three well developed boy
babies. They are all living and the
Doctor says with proper attention they
will be as likely to live as any children
he ever saw.
Winston Leader: Mr. W. II. D. Cur
tis has purchased a lot on the corner of
Ifcepot and Third struts and will erect
a foundry and machine shop at an early
Greeiisboro Bugle : Died on last night,
in this-place, after a protracled illness,
Mr John Edwards, an employee of the
Richmond and Danville Raiiroad. ..
We learn that eight . hundred par
tridges were liberated by order of the
authorities of Danville. a., one day
last week. These birds are said to have
been the property of a Greens Doro deal
er, who did not know that the Virginia
game law expired sooner than ours.
The city is now having the cemetery
plat surveyed. "
A white man by the - name of Davis
was kilted.Saturday night by the freight
trairi on theorth Carolina Railrbad,
at the water tank this side of Lexing
ton. He was terribly mutilated, and
supposed to have been drank at the
Alamance Gleaner: We learn that
John "P. Albright arid some others have
formed a partnership for the manufa
ture of shuttle blocks, etc. They have
purchased a steam eugtne and machine
ry for the work, which will arrive in a
few days. .Operations will begin a3
soon as the machinery can be pilt in
Wilmington Review, 13th : We are
sorry to hear of thejdeath of Mr. O. S.
Yarborough, a highly esteemed citizen
of this place, which occurred at his res
idence here last night. Mr. Yar
borough was about 48 years old at the
time of .his death. He was a native of
Chatham county but had resided here
for many years past as an inspector of
naval stores. He was a member of
Stonewall Lodge, No. 1, K.of P., and
had benefits on his life amounting to
Hon. J. H. Casey, jude of U e
C)unty court of McDuftie county, G.,
died suddenly last week. He studied
law with Hon. Alex. II. Stephens.
Dandy Jim, an Indian under sen
tence of death at Fort Grant, Arizona,
was shut and dangerously wounded
yesterday morning while attempting to
An ordinary da's business on
change in Chicago is the sal of about
10,000100 bushels of grain. On Satur
day the sales amounted to nearly 30,
Sir Henry Parkes, prime minister of
New South Wales, and .party paid a
vjsit on Saturday to Vassar College, at
Poughkeepsie, New York, and were
shown through the institution.
Trains on the rai!roa s in Nova
Scotta and New Brunswick have been
ploughing through snow-drifts for a
week or longer, and time scheduleshave
been practically abandoned.
Douglass Vandei hoof, the embezzling
book-keeper of the First National bank,
St, Paul, Minn., waived examination be
fore commissioner Cordoso Saturday,
and was held to the United States
court in 20,000 bonds.
The steamer Manitoban, which ar
rived at Boston Friday from Glasgow,
brought a shipment of 77 Clydesdale
horses, all ariving in good order except
six that died during the pass ige.
DAvid Knauer.of West Chester coun
ty, Pa., has recently purchased a tract
of 600acTes of ore land, in the Shenan
doah Valley. Virginia. He has found
.on this land the ore cropping out on the
surface, and by boing down some
twelve feet finds it to be a solid mass.
The dead body of a male child was
found Friday locked in a trunk in the
room of Mary Jane Davis, single, of
Crisfield, Md. She admitted before the
corner's jury that the child was here,
but said she did not know whether it
was born alive or not. A sealed ver
dict was rendered, which will shortly
be made public.
It is stated that President Elliott, of
the Riley County Bank, Manhattan,
Kansas, has been re-arrested, charged
with further complications. At an in
vestigation he declared that he held
$35,000 of the capital of the bank, but
could give no satisfactory account of
the disposition. s
. Considerable excitement was caused
at Portland, Oregon, Saturday, by tes
timony given by two women before
the grand jury that John N. Brown, a
well-to-do-farmer, whose body was
recently, found in the, river w.eighted
with stones, had been murdered in the
bagnio of Carrie Bradly by one of her
tools, in revenge for having caused her
arrest on the charge of keeping a house
At St Louis, on Saturday evening,
Ed ward M. Kirklaud, son of the senior
member of the firm of Kirtland, Hum
phreys & Co.. prominent cotton factors,
and a clerk in the house, wag arrested
as he was stepping 'aboard a Missouri
Pacific west bound train. He is charg
ed with forging, the firm's name to a
check for 5,600, and collecting that
sum from the St. Louis National Bank.
When, arrested he was accompanied by
a woman named Williams. Only about
$50 wasfoundon Kirtland, but $2;000
in money, .Kirtland's gold watch and
two tickets for Albuquerque, N. M.,
were found on the woman. Kirtland
is but 28 years old, has a wife and two
children, and has moved intajiie best
Increatiiny Beef Slilpmen is.
Five years ago, when the shipments
of American beef to England began,
.twenty quarters a week could not be
sbld in Liverpool. Now Liverpool
alone takes ' between three thousand
art) fnnr IrtAtioanl niinpfnra a vxtoaIt on)
lYu iuUyoauuMuaiio " uu
the wuoie tradtf amounts to irom ten
tnousanri to twelve thousand Quarters
thousand to twelve thousand quarters
a week, which, at-two hundred pounds
to the quarter, would make say 2,200,000
pounds pf leef old each week in'Great
Britain,- or 4400.000 pounds a -year.
In an article-referring to this large
shipment of. beef from this country into
the English - market, ,the Manufactur
ers' Gazette notes that a curious fact
in connection with the trade is that,
even with the -cost of transportation,
lAM'ecAri Jseei; retails In .England at a
much lower figure than it does on this
side of the water. f "The Gazette explains
that theisetirpfcijes in the difference in
cuttrniar. In Eneland a side of beef is
cut into pieces of . from ten to twenty
pounia weigh V aadaeither bone nor
fa? if rettioted.g Englishmen, -when
,mey cuy tteAuxta- notasK tor. a piece
of the round er sirloin, as Americans
do, bt ftrfi so 'many pounds of meat,
and are indifferent from which part of
the animal it comes.
.' It U i kebeAlbellef that there is no remedy for
eoTjsrimEoii, Jq8sibiy.tn,om8 cases the as
sertion maj m correct1 We know, however, at
mny pares made by Dr. Bull's oough syrup and
.VrtlJft: f : to
Liosses Not Heavy.
New Orleans, Feb. 14 -Prominent
members of the cotton exchange stated
last night that those in a position to
know best express the' Opinion that
losses by the six failures posted yester
day will not exceed forty: thousand dol
lars, the firm3 having-iarge aniounts of
moneys on deposit.
What's the use sitting all day In the tiouse with
a bad cold or hacking cough when Dr. Bull's
couh syrup will cure you In a short time. - ' -
DB. C. W. BKNSON, of BALTIMOEE, 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
PiUs. They are used by the profession at large
and constantly recommended by them.
It Is net a patent medicine. It Is the result of
his own experience In practice. They are a sure
cure 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 50 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,
DI8EASE3 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
8CROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonaUpartBof tie
body. It makes the aUa white, soft and smooth ;
remove tan and. freckles, and la the BEST toilet
dressing in THJ3 WORLD. Elegantly put up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All Gnit clsaB drugjfijitB have it. PrioeSl. per package.
CHAS. N CRITTENTON. 115 Fulton Hreet,
New York City, sole ngent for Dr. O. W Bensi n'
iwmeaits, townom an orders should
MRS. LYD1A E. PINKH&M, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cnre '
for all Ibosa Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common ta our best female population.
It wUl cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plsintB, all OTarlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulcers
Hon, 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 titerns in
an early stage of development. The tendency to cab
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It removes falntness, 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 cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
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LYDIA El rrXE7IAM'8 VEGETABLE COM
POUND is prepared at 233 and t3S Western Avenue,
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in the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt" of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention this Paper.
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It is a delicate, harmless and
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Leave N. Danville ll.30pm 1015 am
Arrive Richmond, J7.40am 8.55 pm
Leave Greensb'ro 9.50 a m
Arrive Raleigh,... 1.52 pm
Leave Raleigh,.. 2.17pm
Arrive Gold9boro' 4.20 p m
No. 6t Connects at Greensboro' with R & D.
B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
and Richmond, also with tra'n for Raleigh and
Jio. 55 Connects at Greensboro' with B. & D.
R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville
No. 63 Connects at Greensboro' with B. & D.
B, B. for all points East ancTWest, via Danville
TBAINS. 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 Balelgh, . . 4 00 p m
Leave BIchmond, 12.07 p in 11 .25 p m
.. " N.Danville 7 48pm 630pm 7.85am
Arrive Greensb'ro tf.30pm 8.30 pm 9 80am
Leave GTeensb'ro 9.35 p m 8.40 p m 9 85 a m
Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.87 m 11.22 am
Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m 1.05 pm
il. W. 1. C. It AILiIIOAI).
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro 9 r1 p m
An ive Kernersvllle. 11. u7 pm
A'rlvo Salem 11.50 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 1 o.OO a m
Arrive Kernersviile 1 1. 00 a m
Arrive Salem 1 1.80 a m
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem , 7.80 a m
Arrive Kernersvl le 8. 04 a m
Arrive Greensboro...... QioOain
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem. . r 4 80 p m
Arrive Kemersviiie 5.10 pm
Arrive Greensboro d. 80 p m
Mail Sleeft cars if lout ctw
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and Nsw
York, via Danllle.
On Train No. 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danville.
On Train between Atlanta and Washing
ton. ViaXMinvllle. -
On Train No. EO, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, Via Danvf le.
On Train No 54, between WaiSDgfcmai.d At
lanta, via Daavllle, T
TfT P,!i0VJ?hKT,c.kLt8. on 8ale at Greensboto.
Raleigh, Goldsboro' Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, 8outhwest, West, Nonh
and East. For Emigrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
. ' : . GenerBl Passenger Agent.
. dec31 - . .. Blchmontd, Va.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I wlilell at PuUlo Auction at the
court house In Charlotte, on
MONDAY, THE 27TH OF FEBRUARY, 1882.
(being the week of Shperlor Court,) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the Intersection
el the Worth CaroilnaBlllroad 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
to comply. .
Terms cash; balance on 3 and 6 months
credit, with Interest. Title reserved as security for
balance. R. BARAINGER.
DO NOT M
TO CALL AT
Your Holiday Pure-ha?
We will not here uttempt
to er.un.erate what we have
but if you will call wo will satlsly you that we
the nnest.assortment of t
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whethtr you buy , t i i
A fine lot of
all descriptions, Just receive. Rem,,,,
none can under-buy us, and none can -1
under sell us.
I) Y Virtue of adrcreeof the Superior Court
J Catawba county, made iu the case of F
bhuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. a m pu '
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon a
Avery. Judge, and dated the 7h d;iy or Jaiinr -1882,
the undersigned, as Receiver, villi Z .
public sale at the Cotton Factory ot the cat w
Manufacturing Company, on the Catawba K
in Catawba county, on
MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF MABCH. 18S2 '
the following valuable property, to wit: t
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, ana the Cot
Faciory or snidVatHWba MHniira.-iuriii ' on, ,
locnted 3 iul.es irom .11.: u ... ( . . s ,M J
from Cntawb ict.,tion in a i , r it r.-a.i j 1 h,i
lumM tesville, ai,d 6 mi c W st 1101 1 ru
man's Depot on the a , T A i. rt H ; imlmi
7 acres of land 011 the .-ou'h side of tiie i
River, on which Is situated the said Knetorv 11
g.iud dwelliiiK houses cuiit.iinliig t! rooms em
ail.! I2C ttigi'.s coiit.iliiiiig from 2 to 4 ro-n
each lor optra Ivrs. a iore hoiihe. st.il),e '
other out LousrS. fcakl Factory Is a building n
feet long by 42 teet wide to stoiies li gh. wui',
"L" 50x20 feet, and anotiier L" il,ix-'pMi-f
nre-prooi Mcker House 30x20 feet liu7ied 1
lect tiom the main bui.dmg or the Factory a.
ine louowu.g macninery in tlir; said K .cioij 1 I
I picker, 1 oti-incli double beater and l,-iit
37-liiCn 14-top Jrint's flat card-, 1 Asil.ee imi v-x
delivery drawing iraine, I 2 stiai.l um -
(y-incn bobbins), H spinning fraii.es. 1 ,.,.'
dies (Bildesburg make), i.lso siioo.n-, m
quillets, beaiuers, 42 new an.l 111 si Inn
ed iil dd looms ( JO Bridest'tirg anil u W.u
lu.ike), wKh ail necessa.y fixtures ; 1 1. I'm, in
ai d with warps ready to start up. Ii: e mii-ff
Kizliig machinery ot the most iuior. v-ii s-yie
vais and vessels CQnip'et. All p . H of t lie lm V
lng furnished with steam-pipes to warm tiie lm t
lng. supplied with steam from a 20 hrse t ,
AH the property, buildings, michbieiy, AL 1,
good condition and In good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the il er. l umr ?
diately opposite the Factory ami mlj IhImk Hi-
river and the fhoal. which exteiuU ;ietos 'i r
ncres of land, with a fine wnter-pi wer oh mMi .
rock foundai Ion. The hpad of th wii;,i on Hi
oi'utiiern hide, on which is the Fact tj. n I 1
i r more accurate and definite deicrtpil n 1 f tie
property and conditions or the sale, iett 11- tt h
mane to the decree In the above staged c ise
The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of th
purchase money In cash,- and the remainder m -equal
installments of W and 12H dnjs. itoiul an 1 :
tood security being required of the pirclmser ioi :
Also, at the same time and place Hie under-
signed, as Receiver, will sell iXJK CA.-H the f.ii-C
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mulr.
2 wagons and harness. Jot of dyes arid dye -tufl '
the material now in process of manufacture c mi S
si. ting of warps, plajds and yams. Ali-o aMinK
stock of general merchandise, consisting ot tumis. 1:
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other arik-:r 0!
groceries and dry goods as are usually kentimf
country btore. JOHN L. COB.
January 24th, 1882. Receiver.
LIncolnton, N. C. p
Jan24 tds tt
JUST GO TO
and see what
He has for New Year,3?iDinners1:'aiHl how very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
-FOR NEW YEAR'S PKESBN TS
400 TONS HIGH GHADK
---ACID PHOSPHATE,- i
Containing 12 to 13 percent Soluble Pho-i Uork
Acid. Analysis Guaranteed.
t&" WARRANTED GENUINE, -fri
Just RecelvnJ. -
fpceial inducements to dealers and laige bur".
CIIAS. E. SMITH,
WLok-Sale Dealer lu Guano und Cou ini s.ion
Merchant, WLnilngton, N C.
ADES1RA-PLE residence, three blocks from id
public square In charlotte, will be bold chwP
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of
purchaser. The dwelling Is on a full lot, has nln
porofortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well or
tpr, etc. The bouse s admirably adapted for tfle
residence of a lawyer, doctpr or preacjier, har'j
an admirable library or study room, built for tw
purpose. For furtbsr particulars, price, tern
etc.. apply at -"- THIS Or KICK-
Cirlot for S&Ie Cbeap.
THI Lot on the comer of Ninth street and tW
North Carolina Railroad, fronting 1 -10 fee',0?
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North CaroM'J
Kauroaa, will enner be sold as a whole or div;
Into two lots of 70 by 1961eet. Soluble either f
Kill 1 Mm M mmi aah - -- . a .
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
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