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1 HURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1882.
khalanx Lodok No. 81. A. V. A A. M. Regular
meeting every secoud and fourth Monday nights.
Excklsior Lodok No. 261, A. F. 4 A. M. Reg
ular meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
Chaklottk Chaptbb No. 89, R. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
CHARLOTTE COMMAND ABY No. 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
IC. OIF1 H.
KmaHTS op honor. Regular meeting
econd and fourth Thursdays.
IC- OIF" DP.
Knights of Pythias. Regular meeting nights
flret aua mini weanesuays, t o
in. at .
nonlc Temple nail.
I, O. O. IF1.
CHARixrrn Lodgk Na 88. Meets every Mon
Mkcklknbitro) Dkclakatios Lodgx No. 9.
Meets every Tuesday night.
Dixik Lodge No. 108. Meets every Thursday
Catawtja RrvKK Kncampmknt No. 21. Meets
irst Hiid third Thursday nights in each month.
index to New AdvrittwniDuiv.
S. R. Neel- F. r Pale.
Concert md Oyster Supper Friday night
opera House, Jfehruary 21st
Keys Houiid-lpply at this Office
jno. W. Alexander -Seating Kink.
THE TALK OF THK TOWN.
Columbus, Ga, Feb. 4, 1881.
n. n. Warner & Co.: Sirs Your Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure beats all the medicines I have
ever heard of for kidney and liver diseases. -It
has cured a genuine case of Blight's Disease he'e
In Columbus (Judge F. M. Brooks), and that Is
I roof enough for me. It is the talk of the town.
J N. GlLBKRT, M. D.
TO REFRESH A SICK PERSON.
Add about twenty drops of Darbys Prophylactic
Fluid to a quart of water, in bathing. It will give
tue skin a soft, pleasant and refreshing feeling
and dispel the odor that fever and perspiration
leaves on the body. A small quantity of the Fluid
sprinkled over anj thing, place or vessel where
there is putrescence destroys at once the germ of
all animal or vegetable poison.
A pair of beautiful Sun-flowers on Easels will be
mailed free to any lady who will send a three cent
postage stamp to Dr. C. W. Benson, 106 No. Eutaw
street, Baltlmoie, Md.
BXDFORD ALUM AND IRON SPRINGS WATKS AND
Mass. The great tonic and alterative contains
lwict as much Iron and fffty per cent, more alum
tiuun than any "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the tiling for the "spring weakness" now so
fnt-rai. Sold by all druggists of any standing.
Prices reduced one half,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound doubt
less ranks first as a curative agent In all diseases
or the precreatlve system, degeneration of the
kidneys, irritation of the bladder, urinary calculi,
&c, && Send to Mrs. Lydla B. Plnkham, 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
A revolution In the treatment of nervous dis
eases Is now taking place. Dr. Benson, of Balti
more has discovered a sure remedy In his Celery
and Chamomile Pills they permanently cure
sick and nervoui headache, neuralgia, dyspepsia,
sleeplessness and all nenous diseases.
The Florence Nightingale of the Nursery.
The following is.an extract from a letter written
V the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers
Just open the door for her. and Mrs. Wlnslow
win prove the American Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Or this we are so sure that we will
leach eur Susy to say, -'A Blessing on Mrs. Wlns
low" for helping her to survive and escape the
eripfng, collcklng and teething sieg-. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain,
and cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
gums, reduces Inflammation, cures wind colic, and
t irrles the infant through the teething period. It
performs precisely what it professes to perform,
every part of It nothing less. We have never seen
Mrs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa
ration cf her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If we had tbe power we would makeher,
as she is, a physical saviour to the Infant race.
Bold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Beirj &&viz ctlszmcnts.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
str-ngth and wholesomeness. More economica
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
'mripetitlon with the multitude of low test, short
w ?lght, alum or nhospnate powders. Sold only In
l ius. Kf 1 1 ALi BAKING JrOWDJErt CO.,
nov23 New York.
I.-Roy David ton. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
THE firm of O'Donoebue. Hand & Co. Is dls-
L solved by common consent, W. E, Hand and
D. O'Donoghue withdrawing from the firm, and
H. M. wilder as agent forS. D. Wilder, assuming
The business will be conducted In future by
II. M. Wilder, aarent. who alone is authorized to
collect all bills due the late firm. In retiring
from the firm we return thanks to our patrons for
the liberal patronaee, bestowed np us for the brief
pcnuu mat we were in Dusmesa ana bsk con
tinuance of the same to our successor.
W. It. HAND.
February 7th. '82. D. O'DONOGHUE M. D.
BARGAINS ! !
J. tookfii k Co,
OFFER FOB THE
their entire stock of
- TRIPLE AND QUADRUPLE-
Silver Plated Ware
AT HALF PRICE,
and Guarantee the Goods to be plated on
nUD write MKTAL. Alt single and double
Mated Waw at 8L.no each for large pieces.
iters' xr,pie piaie sliver Knives at $3 50 perdoz
Uorse for Sale, or Horse Boggy.
A GOOD Young Horse, drives well In buggy and
KOOd miliar enHHla Innliot
1 1 ivini
W The Galaxy Club meets to-night
at 8 o'clock at the residence of Col. J. L.
HtSTDon't forget the concert and oys
ter supper to be given at the Mansion
House to-morrow evening.
JST'W'e publish in another column an
article from an Ohio paper on the sub
ject of road building, which may prove
of interest now when our road8 are axle
deep in mud.
E3 An announcement is made this
morning of the opening of the new
skating rink in the Sanders & Black
wood building. It is the intention of
the management to have music at least
on three afternoons in each week.
W" We are requested to give notice
that Rev. Wm.E. Mcllwain will visit
Pleasant Hill church, in ttfis county,
next Sunday, in the interest of home
missions, and will preach at that place
on that day.
motion for, an Injunction Heard.
The motion of Messrs Cljde, Logan
and Buford, for an injunction restrain
ing certain counties in "Western North
Carolina from collecting taxes alleged
to be due by the Western North Caro
lina Railroad company, was argued at
chambers before Judge Dick in Greens
boro yesterday. No report of the re
sult of the issue had been received in
this city at midnight last night
Geo. H. Adams.
Next Tuesday night Geo. H. Adams
and his new Humpty Dumpty Com
pany will give a performance in this
city. The leading spirit in this company
is too well known to need commenda
tion. He stands at the head of Amer
ican clowns, and never fails to please.
The pantomime is said to be entirely
new and the mechanical tricks excel
lent. The piece is sandwiched with
grotesque specialities in such a manner
as to make it one of the most amus
ing and interesting plays ever pre
At Home and Abroad.
The March number of this publica
tion, out in good time and looking as
fresh and tempting as usual, completes
the first year of its publication. In the
words of its prospectus, "its success has
qeen more marked, in the short period
of its initial year, than that of any
Southern enterprise of a similar char
acter." Jts pages are always filled with
the highest-toned and purest literature;
its managers pay for the finest talent,
and never accept miscellaneous, free
The table of contents for March pre
sents an unusually attractive melange;
among the most striking articles we
may mention "A Pair of Kid Slippers,"
a reminiscence of "'e Oklen Times'' in
Wilmington, N. C, by an old resident
of that city Col. James G. Burr. Also
a charming paper from the pen of Prof.
Von Jasmund, entitled: "Rtcol'.octions
of a Page at the L'russian Court." and
containing interesting little stories of
court life and royal personages in the
time of tiie husband of the Sainted
Queen Louisa of Prussia, and the suc
ceeding years. "The thre sweethearts"
is a little gem from the German; and
a poem called "Love's Warfare" is a
happy little conceit. Many other
articles, too numerous to mention, are
here spread before the eyes of all who
choose to avail themselves of a real
literary treat. At Ilome and Abroad
will be found for sale, regularly every
month, at the city book stores. Price,
$2.50 per annum; 25 cents per single
The riot of "My Partner."
l ortho information of ineatre go
ers we give ine toiiowing synopsis or
"My Partner," the play to be presented
at the Opera house Monday night. It
is strictly American in its conception
and as rendered by Aldrich and Parsloe
is one of the most popular of its kind
on the American stage :
Two miners have worked together as
partners for ten years. One loves the
daughter of an English gentleman, who,
in reduced circumstances, nas come to
these distant regions. This miner over
hears a conversation Between tne girl
he loves and his own partner, by which
it appears that the latter has ruined
her. and in which she seeks redress
throueh marriage. The one who real
ly loves the girl steps in then and makes
his partner take a solemn oath to mar
rv the eirl he has ruined. The latter
does so very much against his will. In
the second act tne one wno loves can
not stand the sight of the wretched
ness of the girl and the knowledge that
she must belong to another, ana re
solves to leave his partner. They de-
vide their gold, and he goes, bhortly
after the smooth villain of the play en
ters, and advises the remaining partner
not to marry tne gm. ie enrages,
threatens to choke the villian, who
seizes his OirK. kuis me partner, taxes
his gold and flies, leaving behind him a
enff covered with blood, which ulti
mately clears ud the story. Tne otner
partner comes back to the hut to part
on more amicaoie terms wim ma oiu
friend, and finds him dead. While in an
agony of grief the real murderer brings
people to tne scene, ana tne nonest patu-
ner is accusea or ine mupyer ui luo
other. The partner has been tried, ana
whil the iurv is out debating his
fatp. he is allowed, in custody or tne
sheriff, to see the woman he loves. She,
it must be explained, naa leic ner iatn
p.r'n rnof when she fell. Suddenly the
father is confronted with his daughter,
ShA asks for mercv. and he demands
to know what she has done, wnen
she is about to confess her Bin, the
partner, to save her, comes torwara
and declares her to be his wife. The
father will not believe it, but to satis
fy him, it is proposed that tney ue
married again then and there. The last
act is prolonged by a tedious scene be
tween the newly-made husband and
wife, where he fully conaones ner
previous fault. It is known that the
jury will bring a verdict against him,
and just as tney are aoout iu wuio m,
a Chinaman, wno piays au imiwimuv
part in the piece, accidentally discovers
the bloody cuff.
Who would throw away hard earned money for
every new cough syrup aavemsea : wnen you con
nrocure tnai sianaaru remouj iui wuBuo,
BUll 8 COUgu Bj rup.
Price 25c a bottle.
HOW TO GKT WELL.
Thousands of Dersons are constantly troubled
.MngMnn nf ritRAAses. Diseased kidneys
wuu ii --ZCZ,- . Thaw
and co-"tiv woweis are iuir imuwuii
should kit. w that Kidney-Wort acts on these or
gans at tueimu. w .nV-
tbe poisons mat uutv ciikku , hTJ
fiwtbe whole man. Hundreds testify to thls.-
-Mratf-VAnii RAn pittAni have b66Q.ot
I triea your v"-""- TrSSilT re-
wuiuv ,. nhlmurn. in.
From tne Ctfntral to a Prison Cell
The Crooked neae of a Commercial
Trareler and It la Speedy Capture
Last Monday night a young man of
very genteel appearance, well dressed,
and seemingly about twenty-three years
of age, came in on the night train from
the North and put up at the Central
Hotel, registering as "J. H. Bonbright,
New York." Day before yesterday he
visited several of the prominent busi
ness houses of the city, representing
himself as being connected with a
mercantile agency North, and by such
representation secured the signatures
of a number of firms, for directory pur
poses, as was alleged. His operations
Tuesday attracted no attention, as they
were looked upon as commonplace, and
nothing wrong was suspected until
about ten o'clock yesterday morninir.
when Bonbright was arrested for for
Shortly after banking hours yesterday
the accused went to the Traders' Bank
and inquired if the cashier would cash
a draft on the endorsement of Mr. L.
J. Walker. He was told that such a
draft would be cashed, but it would be
better to take it to the Fiist National,
where Mr. Walker did his banking bus
iness. Bonbright left the Traders
Bank, and it is supposed went directly
to the First National, where he inquired
if he could get a draft cashed on the
endorsement of A. R. Nisbet&Bro.
On bein g answered in the affirmative he
left the bank, but returned in a very
short time and presented a draft for
$75.00, on Wood, Bacon & Co, 809 and
311 Market street, Philadelphia, drawn
in favor of H. C. King, and endorsed by
Messrs. A. R. Nisbet & Bro- of this
city. Mr. J. F. Orr, the teller of th
bank, examined the draft and be'ng
satisfied of the genuineness of the en
dorsement, handed over the amount for
which it was drawn. A few minutes
later Mr. A- R- Nisbet stepped into the
bank, when Mr. Orr spoke of the trans
action. Mr. Nisbet said he had signed
no such draft, whereupon the paper-was
produced and the signature examined,
which was found to be a perfect fac
simile of Mr. Nisbet's signature. An
officer was secured and Bonbright soon
found and taken into custody, when he
was identified by Mr. Orr as the party
presenting the draft, and also by Mr.
Nisbet as having the day before secured
his signature for the alleged use of a
mercantile agency. He was carried be
fore Justice Waring for a preliminary
hearing, and the evidence was so con
clusive that he was committed in default
of bail. The full amount of tbe draft
was returned by the accused bef o re he
A short time before his arrest Bon
bright gave notice at the hotel that he
intended vacating his room, and it is
evident that he contemplated going
South on the midday train, which
leaves at 11 a. m.
After his arrest a large number of
fragments of paper were found in his
room, . which were on examination
found to have been drafts for various
amounts, which had been torn up.
The pieces showed that among the
number were the following: One on
Wood, Bacon & Co., to order of A. R,
Nisbet & Bro., for $15.00, the signature
to which-was lost; one on the same
firm to the order of L. J. Walker for
$75.00, endorsed across the back "L. J.
Walker," another to the order of the
same party, on A. R. McCoon & Co.,
Philadelphia for 875.00, and endorsed
"L. J. Walker," and signed W. S. Hood ;
also one on Young, Smith, Field & Co.,
Philadelphia, for 825.00, in favor of L.
H. Adams, Raleigh, endorsed "L. H.
Adams." The endorsements are all in
different styles of writing, and are no
doubt clever imitations of the signa
tures of these gentlemen.
A reporter visited Bonbright at the
jail late yesterday evening, and found
him very much depressed and agitated
in consequence of his situation. His
conversation and demeanor throughout
leave no doubt of the fact that he is
not a sharper, as was at first supposed.
He stated that he was a native of Ply
mouth, N. C, and mentioned three or
four firms in that place with which he
has been connected ; that he has since
October last been travelling for Wood,
Bacon & Co., of Philadelphia, and that
up to the present time his character
hasjbeen without a blemish. In answer
to a question as to whether he was in
the habit of drawing on his house he
replied in the affirmative, and said that
had the draft reached them it would
have been Dromntly paid. He claims
to be well connected, and feels confl'
dent that he will be able to give bail as
soon as communication can be had with
While his general appearance and con
duct strongly indicate that be gives a
correct account of himself, the fact that
he insists that his ' true name is Bon
bright, while he signed the draft as
King.looks suspicious. In fact neither
one is his true name, and his course in
this respect is very difficult to explain
satisfactorily, to say the least.
He said he had been in Raleigh last
week,; also in Durham, from which
place he came here ; that he had never
been in Charlotte before, and that it
was his intention to go to Columbia
- . , i a i
Whether he nas succeeueu eisewnere
off drafts remains to be
known, but tbe
fact that he has been
using the names of parties in other
places would indicate that such might
be the case.
Tbe Cocking: ITlalu.
The Hamburg cocking main between
North Carolina and Georgia com-
mftneed day before yesterday. Each
side showed up thirty-one birds and
are to fight twenty-four. Georgia won
theshowand put forward a dark red
from Athens. North Carolina showed
a dark grey, weight of each four
Dounds eleven ounces. The fight was
shorthand quick, and was won by Geor
gia. There were six hack fights, of
which North Carolina won five. There
were to be seven fights in the main yes
terday and the balanca of the day was
tn h filled In with hack flehts. No re
ports of yesterday's fights had been re
ceived up to midnight last nignc
Go North, young man, go North and freeze up
with the country. But don't forget to take a bottle
el Dr. Bull's cough syrup along.
REGULATE TBS 8XCBXTT0N&
In oar endeavors to preserve health it Is of the
utmost Importance that we keep tbe secretory sys
tem in perfect condition. The well known reme
dy Kidney-Wort, has specific action on the kidneys,
UTer ana ooweia. useu insteaa oi aosinc wun
vUe bitters or dr&stlo pills, it Is purely vegetable,
and Is nromnt bat mild In aatUm. It Is rjiwoand
In both dry and liquid form and sold by drug 3s
everywhere. Beaolng Eagle.
"Browa's Broaehlal Troches," wkei allowed
to dissolve in the mouth, have a direct Influence
on the innammed parts, allaying Pulmonary Irri
tation, and giving relief In coughs, colds and the
various throat troubles to which singers and pub
lic speakers an liable.
THK large and elegant Skating Rink over San
ders & Blackwood's warehouse, on College
street, is now open. Gents' will be ebargad2oc
admission or 5 tickets for Si. OO. Ladles and chil
dren will be charged 16c er 10 tickets for $1.00
at night. Tnei'nkls free to ladles In the after
noon. Elnk opens at p. m. and 711 p. m.
JNO. W. ALBXaKDKB,
A SECOND-HAND BUGGY, with har-v.
xx rjess. aiso, a one-norse wp-ron
will be sold cheap for cash. For Daruculars aDDly
to w. h. Nsel, Jr , at T. h. Selgle 4 Co.. or Willie
CaldweU or T. W. Neel. Stonewall. N. C. or ad
dress 8. R. NKKL.
f ebl 8 Dav ldson College, N. C
T7,rTTlTTrOn Graham street, a bunch
X? J J -Li JL containing about a dozen
Jteys two oi wmcn Deiong to a piano or sewing
machine. Owner, call at this Office. Dar ehams
and get keys.
for the benefit of the
HOME AND HOSPITAL,
AT THK MANSION HOUSK,
On Friday, February 171, 1882.
Conceit will begin at 8 o'clock.
Tuesday Evening, February 21st
THE TOWERING AMUSEMENT ELEMENT
geo. h. Adams'
Humpty Dumpty Troupe,
CNDlER f OK MANAGEMENT OF
NKW SPECIALTIES ! NKW 8CKNKBY I
NEW TRICKS! NKW DRESSES!
NSW MUSIC !
See all bills for full particulars. ,
Prices as usual. Beats secured at the usual places.
feb!6 General Agent.
Monday Evening, February
THE ELECTRIC SUCCESS!
CMS. T, PARSLOE
-SUPERB STAR COMPiNY-
BT BARTLHY CAMPBELL.
"The play that made the fame ot Its author In
anloht" "InilahlKh In tv Inner Oddfl tne DOSt
odds the best
plsy'of American life that has
the boards." New York Herald.
ten brought on
Prices. $1. 75c and 50c: Seats can be secured at
McSmlth's Music Bouse on ana alter i nursuaj,
February 16th. BOBT. ABTHUR.
Tebl4 Advance jHepreaciitatiTB.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos-
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purines the
blood. A tfook sent tree. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
FOR SALS B AX.X.
am 18 deed eow ly.
to a decree of the Snnerlor Court of
tmtmitant to & oecree 01 ine Bunenor court 01
X Mecklenburg, I will sell at Fubllc Auction at the
court house in unanoue, on
MONDAY, THE 2TTH OF FEBRUARY, 1882,
rttainff thn week of Superior Court) that valuable
lot or narcel of land lying between the Intersection
OI the JKOrUl uuviuitt nounwu ww sua imn
street, adjoining me r. n. rauwn iqu ana ouiera,
nnai kiuwll as uut flUUCI uiuueiu.
Resold because of purchaser at late sale falling
TwIlP.'Lit High: balance on 8 and 8 months
credit, with interest. Title reserved m oecurtty for
dec24 d oaw U ivmniinBimrer.
T Y. Virtue 01 a mortgage aeea execoiea to we
r i wm H Normeni ior we ' nunoees tnere-
ln mentioned and duly recorded in the Register's
nio in MekianhuTK countT. Book 19. Pan 512.
T oMll nrniU Ut DUUUC BBM3. UW CUUI) UUU
door In toe city of Charlotte, on the 26th day of
February. 1 WW. a eeruun mo mn. nuuuee
nn Tr.nn atmfit. adlolnlnK the old Bank of Meek-
i.nhiin ki ninninc back to Church street now oe-
CUDtea On ine Miwwr uwr w mmxantu wuni, auu
above by Mrs. Sbannonhonse as a boarding house.
Terms casn. &
f eh3 t aJwtuwi.
FEDEUAUY 1ST, 1882.
.uj.)B WINTKB WXAB.
...jJOIl 8FBD7Q WKAB.
M M H
A A L
B E SOL D.
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
For we nerer carry over from fi easts to Season
any Garments that can be sold at the proper
time. If a reasonable sacrifice can
aceempllsh the sale.
IT HAS BEIN A MILD SEASON THUS FAB,
A)fD VK HAVE A
Oa hand. It we're erred In lodgment as to quan
tity er styles, NOV IS TBE TINE TO
PEIOE MAXES DIFFEBEffOES,
The Lower the Price the Qoickcr the Sale.
Ver three years ear poller has been to dose each
season's purchase the season bought, enabling
tfi to epea ntKSH NEW STOCKS. Our
easterners- expect It; the reputation
ef ear Bease desaands tt. If ye
bare " ot bought . It will be
worth your while to look,
, tor the prices -WILL
OUR 827. 828. 880 and 832 SILK 8LKBYI
1JMID OVEBCOATS wilt be sold without
reserve at 820. OUB822.824M
825 OVERCOATS at 817.80.
OUR 818 and 820 OVEBCOATS at 815. This
last Includes all of our TINS REVERSIBLE
TJSlJrxBS and UL8TIBETTES.
We have some 85 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked 814, 816
and $17.60, which will be sold at $10.
UB $10 and $12 OVEBCOATS will be sold anl-
fesmly at $7.50.
A lot of some StO OVERCOATS, embracing tte
remnaats of all lots rangtag In
OS (0 00 Ob
t$ " oo sow as
KILL BE SACRIFICED AT THE
f E IL fli H M (B,
The eearenlent prise for all
eoly $5. This lot u aa
oil. Hi i-
tr shall make In this sale the LOWX91
rises w have XVBB offered, and wbesvwe a
this we MEAN she Lp WEST gjloM EVER made
rsr Oraessmus a owaosB are souce.a
tbe sasae advantages m IXV prioeswiUM given
as If purchasing In person. The opportunity Is a
rare one. E. D. LATTA BBO. I
Closing Out Sale
n u gSSg tvi's
uu Bsa8 . .1 .
HHL iwuiiuj una
M M M M
M M M B
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I fTJtD I HAVE
T EE TO Cf EE STOGE
OS HAND, AND IN OftDKB TO RKDUOC IT 1 WILL OFFICE UNTIL FURTHXB NOTICE,
ALL GOODS TjNEESERVEDLY AT COST.
CLOSING OIT SALE
OF WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURERS,
FOB A SIIOBT TIME ONLY. CALL
AND SECURE BARGAINS.
Fine Triple and Quadruple Plated CASTORS, 5 -cut
Bottles, 83.50, worth $5.00.
BUTTER DISHES, $3.50, worth $5.00 and $6.00.
JEWELRY CASES, $10,00, worth $15.00 and
MUGS, $2.00, woiih $3.50.
NiPKIN RINGS, large, 50 cents, worth $1.00.
GOBLETS, $2.50, worth 84.50.
ICE PITCHERS, 85.00, worth f 10 00.
TILTING PITCHERS and MUGS, $12 00, worth
ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES, 83.50 per
All Oilier Goods io Proportion.
A lot of Bugle and Double Plated Silver-Ware, at
the uniform price of
Embracing Card Receivers, Fruit Baskets, Cake
Baskets, Butter Dishes, Chrese Stands, Spoon-
holders. Creamers, Goblets, Mugs, Sugva. etc
J. Brookfield k Co.
(2 lb. Cans)
The Associated Lines of Southern Travel
THE RICHMOND & DANVILLE LINE,
THE ATLANTIC COAST-LINK,
THE VIRGINIA MIDLAND LINE,
THH BAY LINE.
Excursion Tickets via the above lines to NEW
ORLEANS and RETURN will be sold at the
following reduced rates, from
Baltimore 48 00
Washington 44 OU
Richmond 42 00
Lynchburg, 8 00
Danville, 86 00
Greensboro 84 00
Charlotte, 33 00
Spartanburg, 31 00
Greenville. 30 00
Columbia, 81 00
Augusta, " ai w
Petersburg - 40 00
Portsmouth 42 00
Raleigh 85 00
Ooldabom' 85 00
Ticket will be on sale at the above points
February 18th. 14th and 15th. Good to return
till March 4th Inclusive. Tbe ordinary time iimiis
applicable to straight tickets oerweeu mo yw
Uve points wlU be applied to these tickets.
febl2 St General Passenger Agent.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
Will mall FREE their Cat. '
Bulb. Ornamental Grasaet,
aadlmmoitenee GUdJbldai' C, ' '
EJUea, Bases, Plamts, Garden
Implements, Bat4fujly Ulna-, ,
traied. Over 10O pages. AddreM . ,
179-183 East Mala St, 2Q0-2Q6 Randolpb$t
Round Tnp Excups
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Tlonr. WtalA and Garden
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