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D0BB1HS STARCH POLISH.
An Important dis
covery, by which
erery family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
I laundry work.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia, Pa.
Tinware & House Famishing Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE an? RETAIL.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first-class hands employed. Call for the
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.
Springs k Bnrwe
E3JHAVi IN STORE ONE OF THE
GOG RRR OO CCO REE
G OR ROOCOR
G RRR O O O KB
GGGR RO OO OE
GGG R R OO COO KEE
RRR JI EEEcSSu
R 8 II E g h
REK II EE BSSg
R K II EEK "SS8
Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
Ever offered In this market Don't buy until you
examine our Stock and Prices.
CORN 1SE OATS.
CAR LOADS WHITE CORN,
CAR LOADS YELLOW CORN,
1 000 BAEEEL8 FLOUa'
OO 8ACK3 C0FFEE'
Odd BARRELS MO 8SE3,
2) BOXES CHEESE, &C
100 Barrels Just from the Mm.
SPRINGS & BURWELl.
A new supply of
LAMPS and LAMP GOODS,
EASELS, &C, &C,
VARIETY STORE UNDER TRADERS'
NATIONAL BANK. ':
rent to m a, iwniireorw
Uw, anq jut
haVimr elaitoi aeamsc nu
S$rffliiy certmeiOriOT hefore
he 20m aay to "vfSfj S2&tt-
IV CHAS. R. JOJN.ES, U jl
81 3oleAg't,Charlotte,N.C. -
Best In the World.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EITHER LIQUID OR DRY FORM j. I
Tbat Acts at the same time on
TES LIVER, TES BOWKS,
Am TES Kmsrs.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
BecauM we allow theMlartat organ tot
Mbecomi dogged or torpid, and pouonousl
yhvmorar therefor forced into (M oiood
PkJ that showdbepeued naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, CON9TIPATIOJT, fcttTNAItT
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,.
AND KERVOU8 DISORDERS,
by causing fret action of Uuse organ and
restoring their power to throw of disease.
Why suffer Bilious pains and aches!
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened over disordered Eidneysl
Why endure nerrons or sick headaches!
Use KIDNEY-WOUTand rejoice in health.
It Is pnt up In Dry Vegetable Form, in tin
caos one package of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in Liquid Form, Tery Cne
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
tylt acts with oqnal efHeiency in eithacform.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST! PRICE, 1.00
WELLS, RICHARDSOX A, Co., Prop's,
J CWill send the dry post-paid.) BCBUXflTOH, TT.
Marcl 27 d&wly
30 DAYS TRIAL
Pat'd -ZtiJ Jmm It, JS76
WE WILL SEND, ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL, -
Electro -Voltaic ipplianceti,
suffering from Nervonaleaknesses, Gen
eral Jebillty, loss of nexve .force or vigor,
or any disease resulting from Abuses artd OtHKfc,
CAU8ES,t)r to anyone afSieted, with Rheum':
tim. Neuralgia, Paralysis,- Spinal piffiealtieV
Kianey or uver irouDiea; ime Back, Rup
tures, and other Diseases of-the Vital-Organs.
Also woken troubled with diseases peculiar to
their sex. ' ; . ' . - .
Speedy relief and complete restoration toll
neaun guaranteed. , rnesc are an omly
Ieetrie Appliances that bar ever
been constructed anon Scientific nrin-
lles. Their thorongfi efecfecy has been jnu-
aecess, and theyhave the. niches
enaoraements from medical and.sciejif
iuv iuii,uiiu iroin u unarms wno nave
been quickly and radically cured b
their ne. ; ' . . . : "
Send at once for Ilinstratcd Pamphlet, givfir
811 information free. Address, J-': '
, VOLTAIC BELT CP., JIvshaU, ttieh.
s t a g e .
SORES, PIM- .
PLES, BOILS, or
CURES WHEN ATT, OTHER
IT yoti doubt, come to see Os, and We will'
tor charge nothing!!! '
Write for parttoutets, and a eoprof the H$aej50ok
Message to'the Untorrrmate Smlerlng?"
f Ask anyOTQWinaPt Druggist -'as. to our StandlBav,
1SD Will hA IUM tn anw ,,h..i-k
Who wlU fl
-r J'-TTrr' ,r' YIuf VUOUUB,
UU tWitWIBU W 1W UOvUeS OI B. B. B.
of Memury h- Iodide V Potassiam. at
uosumoe . . ,
8 WITT SPECIFIC CO.. Props ,
Price of flSmaU fij. fi" .7 i i' ir. rUHi tnr
I mifcw BJBo,i.i...T..riv:vz..v.:Ti 4,787'
r 1 I !' SOLD- BI ALL DRUetUBTa1- u
irdpcBl'!1 '''.- 0: i-.-'-'-'w-. ,r3ii .vf -T n lift-
i s e a s e .jr! j-
j. l .fJ.j 1 . an performs nregiaefiwaatM vratmae& to. pMramv f '
-hif il 4 4-I I oraham.alreeya bnncn 1 everlpart of It nothing less, we have never ?en.i
KeysTwd A"f Jwfficff Dftfiatt U KtiUMitf aawinklrattokMhai'SootUB
macrase. Owner.all at this Offlce.J toar cnarkes "
s -iii ... -
Asheville Citizen f A man named
Ea.KS jrvtf necenlly Wed in Cowepi
latonjedftitfr By a prfry as
b i oeiaaceaeect was set
AZh ifiothetC Bvtihi Write
IK no sumo
one stealthily approached and shot Es
tes with fatal effect.
We have the DaraCmars of a sad af
fair near "Valleytown, in which Mr. Al
bert Scott wasYreiqeQUs snot ana
Jailed by Mr. 3eit tafclmJThey were
attempting tcrarresTrsomB-inaians wno
had been robbing a distillery, and in a
strueele between Mr. Tatham and one
ot-the, Indians his gun fired and U1&U
. w e were greauy painea to learn oi
he death of Mrs. J. Brevard, which oc
curred Sunday, 12th, at her home at
SwannanoA bridge. She had; beer suf
fering? witlh measles Jor some, time and
during 43 tfcundeH stormj Hast yeelc, be
cameftrifcntenedjaBd esMsng. herself,
caught told) with the abtrve result We
sympathize with all in this very sad af
fliction. Mrs. J3. leaves an infant a few
weeks old. "
Rockingham Spirit of the South:
Over 1,300 deeds and mortgages were
tMt tbJh nuitiblr tecofdejd thralyeaif will,
bjb touch l&eatfr.', $o fri this gyear.
more cropiinsaY Deen niea ior reg
istration than were during the same
period last year.
Newton Enterorise: We are in
formed ftarat Mr. Jl.' P. Beinhardt has a
cotswolcfbuck that weighs over&25 lbs
and several others nearly as large.
We hear from the farmers that wheat
is not looking well. If. appears to, Ml
be dlfogriSed opt byithtf exAesslve'cainsTr
injEaany.pia.se3 wiiare somatome aa
there was plenty on the land it seems
as if it was all dead.
Piedmont Press: Mr. T. B. Hester,
of Wilkes, who was in town this week.
wilu ouacco, says wvxx, uue larmera oi
Moravian JFalls neighborhood, aim ma.k-f
ing preparation to plant a large crop of
tobacco the coming season.
Wilmington Star: Garden peas are
urixusome of the. gardens of ihis city,
ttiiu tu giaaa ux uimuj places iuu&s
green arid fresh as in Jnae. ;
Greensboro5 Bugle: "About a thous
and persons in and near this townjhave
been vaccinated, but there are five hun
dred more, who ought to fee. . .
Newbern Netas; The appointment
of Judge Seymour to the U. S. District
Court Bench gives satisfaction through
out the State, and much pleasure to his
friends at home. It is the appointment
we thought most probable, frorri the be
ginning, and the President could not
have made a better.
K News: atd Observer: Mr. L.
D. GasiIebury, a-merchant on Hillsboro
street, Saturday fell through an open
ing he had cut in the floor, in making
some repairs, and was painfuHy in
The grand jury has found atrue bill
against Henry Jones', -colored, for the
murder of Deputy Sheriff Blake. It is
understood that he will be tried at this
term of the court, and that the case is
to be at once taken up, so that there
may be no delay.
Stonewall Jackson's Toddy.
The following Is extracted from some
Confederate war reminiscences written
for the Philadelphia Press by Col. A, R.
Boteler,;who was a member of General
Stone waJlJackstm's staff ,
"Haying fingered to tAilast allowa
ble moment with the members of my
family "hereinbefore mentioned' as the
legal documents would term them it
was after 10 o'clock at night when I re
turned to headquarters for final in
structions, and before going to the
General's room I ordered two whiskey
toddies to be brought up after me.
When they appeared I offered one of
the glasses to. Jackson, but he drew
back, paying: 'No, no, colonel;, you
must excuseime; I never drink intoxi
catgliLorBi',' "I know that, General," said I, "but,
though you habitually abstain, as I do
myself, from everything, of the sort,
there are occasions, and this is one of
them, when a stimulant will do us both
good ; otherwis& T. .would neither take
it myself nor offer it to vou. So you
must make an exception to your gene
ral rule ana loin me in a toddy to-
He ) again- shook bis head, but, neyer
thelessy took the tumbler and -'began, to
sip its contents. Presently putting it
on the table, after-having but partly
emptied it, he said:
-"ColoneL dOYOU know why I Jbajbitu-.
allylabsfaltt Crpm intoxicatrnjj driis
And.'tm my. replying in Iheiiegatwe,,
ihm, andea;! fllsAWJ thaTto be
the case I made ppTnrinmdat ottce to
do Without theta afto&thei-?' "
An Engraved Diamond.'
IipQdon News, January 17.
Mr. Brvce-Wright has lately received
'verv remarkable hiatoricftl.stojae. Pre-
viofus tojthaiA.ol jL)ii4t MiJLndiwH
mtiwiy anq,. ne aootiBg wiiififi,,8uo8e
quently toot plcei u4irfiiki aajkept
in the treasury of the Mogul emperors
of Hindoostan, where it had been pre
served ror jpanv jpars,, . xne ring 11
and tiw bacKdi the.dyar shieldana;
table Which? a is' Affixed to . iLfi'moi
beautifully '""enameled -wltif a flbiiated
A.4. 5 a- v i i. it .
yawern in rea, green, oiue ana yeiiow
on a white crround. the whole act in an
InoUa ilfir'afeorV.-he face dr
a : i' - ai, i y - .wit.'l lJua
upper suriaixj or iqb lame is comppsea
or a floral iW- Miated'ieslgn'togfeefl
and blue enamel, having for its central
ornament an engraved diamond sur
rounded, byw.elvo, otJiers varying (iPc
swe. The interest M the wjipie work
centres upon this stone, it being one of
the very tew diamonds that are cut or
I engraved. Indeed, only about five are
in existence,- uuu oi ;- tcese ic sitouia. Da
said that the. European onesraxno re
properly ground by the wheel than en
graved by purely manual labor. The
stone is the work of a Persian artist
and bears a monogram composed of
two Arabicr words interlocked tbgetb-
er malrfn ti 4tiirrfiiE Ills'
er, making Up the invocatidn, 0 Ali P?
High. Water on the Ohio.
Cincinnati, Feb. 20. A dispatch re
ceived here says, that : Cairolton and
Milton. Kv.. have several feet of water
in the streets, and the Cincinnati and
Jjpuisville railroad had the packet
ate,anierGen. tvgrtlelaaidedjn thstie3
.of Carrpjtn yesterday., ft t
' "There may become vlitue in all oi them" he
saidj "but Cor actual woiin and rapidity of effect, I
Know that nothing made can excel Dr. -bull's
cough syrup.- f- " - i .- r
'r.fThe Florence Hlgbtlngale or the Nursery.
The foUowJaglfl an rrtraefrfironK letfisr writteV
to the German BfotnfjMesMngflrAambera
burgi wwj ukTrf
-Jolt open the door for her, and Mrs. Wlnslow
will trove the American . Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Of this we are aa anra thai we win
teack oar Busy to SayTQ Blessinaxdb jua Wlns
loV.for helping 3ier lot gunive duMcape the
artpirig. collcking and teething siege. Mrs. Wlns-
lamm boouuhk eyrup nueTes
the child bora pain.
and r"ti, and dlanb-lt
grant, retraces innammatio
TnnnTnTviiiTTnn mtma nri nx AAii a dm i
registered in tbe registers ojmb oxjStwsy
coujQdungth jasaa yerenjli$ga
December fcth last. Ana St isl belie vedl
he Sister Pleads .foritho Life of Her
mf.iBttei..viia sent to mi.vrujuvtHf
iergay; MMirfc. : gobble;'' the Ufer of
TTnmljlv T address
vbanirill ri6t tiitii a dteaf
eaiSWttboh desDised "Gulteavi's siater:
for Di;t) speak; "wlufinv i 'dte'r thever
dlctintcb?, I belie ted WSodld be 'fOSfot
gttUtyVl?y Reason 6f iDsaity I could
bayiWrit sHameficedneas, miy ieart
bleedB tot' yOtt, 'indr th fainted dead.
My 'poof brother Wa hr&fciJtown mas
ter wheD he fired-thdt.'Bhot.i'J'orgive
bim ; look, with compassion bxvnim and
nfe;' IEhave: counted1 tlhe hours forthe
tim wttsn I could bttldlf say tyyou, as
IMyfeMid rrbra "the 'moment when
tfiei temtJle1 news was bronght me on
that dark day in July: 1 "He was' brain-
pick, aeinaea, crazy iorgive nimuven
as Gturist shalr forgive lus aH." Both
our martyred President and his family
tian fortitude and trust in the Most
High as the world mSy revere-, led me
to nope that the sense oi wrong sui
fered would, when the truth was shown
be tempered with that merciful for
giveness1 which is indeed Cttristlike.
All these dreadful weeks of the Presi
dehfes sufferiflg I prayed that the Fath
er abve tij would spare hi life.' Day
and night nly ; beseeching cry -went up,
God save : the President." thought
he could hot die. My . dear madam, I
write this to the widow or our dead
President in behalf of a man not him
self in condition to realize- the extent
of theirrible wrong ojr to understand
your sufferings or mine. Waver can I
rest satisfied until I be allowed! 6h mv
bended knees, under the'weight of this
humiliation and disgrace, a few brief
moments in which to pour forth to
your merciful heart the pleadings of
one Who must ever feel a sister's love
for an insane, motherless boy. even
though Joy , the whole world condemned
ana aespiseu. x ueg juu, ict iut.sij lu
you and yours, what he would say if in
his "Tight -mind: "jforgive even, as
Christ shall forgive us all. -
Mrs. George sogvillk.
The World's Fair. , .
BaleJgtt News and Observer.
The action of the National A oricul
turai Association at its recent sittipg
in giving expression ana impulse to the
proposal tor a great agricultural fair in
1883. is having a wider influence than
Was expected. ' This is gratifying to the
friends of agriculture throughout the
country, as the disastrous collapse of
the World s Pair plan last year had dis
heartened them and ' apparently post-
ppnea any sucn exnimuou indehnitely
it is not an, American habit to let en
terprises Of blth and moment fail with
out a fair trial, and while the project
was apparently apanaonea, it was only
A little retrospection will show that
the World's fair proposed last year
was inopportune. tue inception oi
the event and its conclusion were too
widely separated. The interest could
not have been sustained meantime, and
the people would have weaned of it be
fore it began.
Then, too, the management was dis
tinguished by eminence rather than
business capacity. Discord among the
projectors as to location showed a lack
of determination, and the anomalous
disposition to lean on the national and
State treasuries for assitance, instead
of a bold self-reliance, to pay expenses
and dividends was evidence of a want
of heart in the enterprise. Any one o
these causes would have been sufficient
to account for a failure: combined
failure was a matter of course.
Now these errors of the past may be
made serviceable as guides in the fu
ture. It is natural to look forward to
what will occur next year. It is an
easy and common computation of time
The occasion for the celebration of
the centennary of peace is the same to
day as it was last year.
The country is enjoying its good-wil
towards all mankind, and to mark it by
the greatest agricultural fair ever con
ceiqed would be' a proper movment to
the year. The time fixes itself. The
place by common consent should be
New, Yorkr-the metropolis of the contl
nent. It is superior to jealous, it has
ample accommodations, it is accessible
to Doth worms.
The though, me sentiment and ac
tion of the day are favorable to such an
exhibition.' In fact such . an exposition
is the reflection of- the day's life. The
material sciences1, are those most con
sldered. : and invention is racked to
Ieubply the demands made upon it for
ue,w ui outline j iu uuiuao wcucn
closures of these sciences..
There is wmjtnvfurther proofco
thfe, exceeding ripeness of the. times
when it is remembered that m a city o
less tban 50,000 inhabitants-a great in
ternational exDosition was bdgun. com
plet and ended with the applause of
the country in a twelyetnonth. The
8arerccmditi6iis' exist now as existed
them and' tho sam'intelliiretrt mrr6-
ciaftkon rof i J-torA. i If world's: -fair i
determined , on its promoters will see
upph the Instant that the conclusion is
with ihdir ffttlllties of ' tfvery kind, wil
taka at least their usal energetic in
terest in. keeping thappjseiyea ;bef oro the
world., 'The Southern States are feeling
th0 ;pfeasurable ; "sensation of ...tisiBg
prqsperity, and have earnedbylthft
successful ""ChaileTlge 5 "alPcpiiiers to
show eaual resources, what a good'
and lorery . on ah ana not a xqw oi the
sodrcea. ftf ..wealthy Tbejr areianxioqa
to enter competitions. The .young
Wefeteth States are never sjow td avau
thenaselves iDf proper opportunities to
add t.cila,:to ttheir- territory arid to
advance, their interest and will con
tf ibuw liDeraliy in every way. To tak
the'oolor' . of 'the times such' a great na1
Uooal display of . every thing connected
with. agrieulture-should be-free of sub
sidies, both national and State.. It must
be an ex.hibitlbn made'by the peoplerby
individual or' cbrporate capitar and en
erfey and n6t political divisions, to fully
identify it with the spirit of 1883.
That ample -capital arr be hadfor
such an Enterprise -does not require tho
statement. Any one of the great cities
of the - central States would subscribe
the amonnt jln a few days. New Xork
w-ould nbt count the cost if it once
aroused -itself into the disposition to
have it, and the energetic action bf the
National ; Agricultural Association to
this end looks verv encouraging. When
this pointis decided bra'u,ization..wiU J
f oll6W! J atVonce- and 'wdrk will begiriJJ
w no can est, Derrorm tnis wors r
Yf&la question be answered, in Scotch
fashion, y another.. ..Whojias worked
OTrtjmost.successf uirr tpe. J?Jpqiei qt
world kndws, ;-novr ' signlly 'rupceajf uT
Mr.ifi; -TJ imbatt; ' th- director eTferar
of the!jS:ttitt3ctt6n xpositibrjiV
in Itt'iednducK ; He "perf otmed 1 1 mptfc
thanrtrnisiHl TTa rrndprratanrts t.h
fcbosirtesf detailsHof t: is bold and broad
and .holds' fast tp;
his purposes: Istt'ttr flie.snrt of ' man
that needed or fhe gribttfttrrai Exf-
positiondtirrc,:u, , :jr'i t :' r ,' .
tot -'tij am-T::W I' " ': ". i
Lit TD fuiJ k. U ; x ; i i ii-f j .
hAnotim 1mm r trtt4rfm
i . - uuuarjn muiisc uud nimi v mm
SW m aajlil'tti ii;i)iii 31 ?f;ff l
. .... ij.. Bflttma
that a remedy made, ot ench common, simple
plants as Hops, SucbuvMandrake; Dandelion, kc
should matte so manv.and such ereat cures as
Hop. Bitters do; btwheaoia and young, lkh and j
Door, pastor ana aactor, lawyer ana eaur, mi tes
tify To having been cared by them; yon- must be
lieve and try them yourself, and doubt; then no
'Brown's Bronchial Troches," when allowed
to aissblve la the month, have a direct influence
on the lhfiammed barte. allaying Pulmonary Irri
tation, and Etvlneirellef in coughs, colas And the J
Various throat troubles to which singers -and pub
lic speakers are liable, .
DR. C. W. BENSON, of BALTIMORE, MD.,
Tn th,e course of his practice discovered what now
are renowned In medical practice, viz: a comblna-
Can 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
cure lor trie rnnowing special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all Intelligent sufferers. They
are prepared expiessly to cure sick headache,
nervous headache, dyspeptic headacherneuralgia,
paralysis, sleeplessness, dyspepsia and nervous
nesa, and will cure any case. The Doctor's great
remedy for Skin dl ease, called Dr. Benson's Skin
Cure Is exceedingly valuable and greatly, sought
after by all persons who have skin diseases or bad
complexion. An excallent toilet dressing.
Sold by all druggists. Price 60 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for $1 or six boxes for $2.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
EC Z I MA, TBTTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DI8EASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSontJlparteof tbe
body. It makes the Skta white, soft and smooth
removes tea and freckuee, and is the SESF toilet
ill wing In TEB WOBXD. degantly put ttp, two
botUesin ons .pHkage, oonalntiTig of both. lntnal
and ortsrnal treatment,
All first claaa di-uirpiBts have it. 7rioeSl.periaakag.
CHAS. N CRiTTENTON, 115 Fulton street.
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W. Benson's
remedU s, to whom all orders should be ad
MRS. LYD1& E. P1KKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA Em PIIMKHAIVI'S
Is a Poeltive Cure
for all those Painful OonplalaU and WeakkeMeS
uenuiaa toour beftt.featuiQ population.
It will cure entirely the. worst form of Female Com
plaints, all oTaxian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
Son, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It will dissolve and erpel tumors from the uterus in
an, early- stage of development The tendency to can
OeroDi humors there is checked vary speedily by its use.
ilt remotes fahitness, flatulency,' destroys ail craying
fjot stimnhmts, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It core Bloating, Headaches, Nerrons Prostration,
General JDeUUlty, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion, i ;
Hiat feeling of bearing down, earning pain, werbt
i and backache, is always permanently eared by its use.
It win ft Ul times and under ail cnxomsuuices act in
harmbny with the laws that gbrern the f enale systeih.
' i Jterthonrof Kidney Complatolsi 6C eltber sertWs
OompottAaHs nasurpatoed. ' ' it . . ;:.
" LVJlja PIXlfflAM VKCETABtj:JM
POtJXDis prepatsd at t33 ;and- 35 Western Arenne,
Lynn, Mass. Prloe L Six bottles for & SentbynuOI.
tnthefonm $f tUUs, also in the form ij'f loienges, on
receipt of price', $1 pet box for either. Srs. PfnxbArfc
, Cesely answers all letters of rnqniry. A Send for panph
let. Address a asore. Jfsaffam Cs fapsr. -
' 270 famfly iTipnld be without tTDlAK. PTOCHASri
CtVEa PILLS. - They ears constipation, hmonknass
and) torpidity of the U. Sseentsper box. 1
, i . . ar SwU. by! all DrnTBt(ta-e ,
ose complexiott betrays
. tlat yon are; Xanned, Sallow
and flisflguTed in countenance,
or hate Emption?, 5 Kedness,
: Ih)nbiies3:: 'tucltole s o m e
Hie Hagan's llagnolia ljalrii.
It is a delicate, harmless and
; iiiemoirtiiatrjral'and entranc
ing tinte', tfie-artificialUy. of
'wweh no observer can detect
and which soon becomes per
manent if the il9U Balm
Samtol box. Si :different .styles f iferry .-
iMwbn! Bialcemarir layldr :
t)IARY FREE imp
est tafele.talelidar. ert!. Sent to an address on
Receipt of two Thbbk-ceNx" tTAMPS. Address
CliAKLJsa K. HltiiiS.
48 N. Delaware Ave.' Phlla.
REWARD! for any case of
B'u.d BleJlng, Itching,
L.C9rat3d. or protiddlnt?
HLH that nsRINft'H
PILE REMEDY fails to cure. Prepared by J. P.
MILLEB, M. D.,915 Arch street; Poiladelbhla, Pa.
None genuine without his elgaature. Send for
c'rcular. Sold by diugglste ana country stores. $1.
BOLD MESAl AWARDED
the Anthec. A now and great Med.
teal Work, warranted the best and
cheapest, indispensable ttt every
man,entitled "the Science of Life
oreU-Preaervation : bound in
C - i l . .
, rv, minim, vuumncu,
rail giitOO pp.contsins beautiful
Bteel engravrngs, 125 prescrip
tions, price only $1.25 sent by
mail . ulnstrated sample, 6 cents ;
fierili llnv AllH... PaaKnilvUcl.
uinxiireuca mnsun, emoossea,
WM. SIMPSON & SONS'
MOURNIMG, SECOND MOURNING
FANCY DRESS PRINTS.
The EDDYSTONE P.8INT WORKS is one of the
largest and most complete establishments In the
THE EXPERIENCE OF
has enabled them to attain such perfection that
they can with confidence ask you to test the quali
ty of their work. They carefully avoid all poison
ous drugs, make only last colors, which are
thoroughly washed In hot water and soap, thereby
removing anything which would stain undercloth
Those who buy and wear their prints will, they
feel confident, find them superior in durability,
artistic style and finish. Be sore and ask for their
goods, and see that their marks and tickets are on
lort Ii Carolina Railroad.
TKAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 55 No 51 No. 53
Dally. Dally. Dally.
Leave Charlotte, 4.30pm 3 80 a m 8. 1 0 p m
" Salisbury, 6.17 pm 5.30 a m 1U.Q2 P m
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 pm 7.36 am 12 05am
Leave Hreensb'ro 8.18 pm 7.56 a mU'2.15 am
Arrive N.Danville 10.10 p m 10 00 a m 12.23 am
Leave N.Danville 11.80 p m 1015 a m
Arrive Hichmond, 7.40 a m 3.55 p in
Leave Greensb'ro 9.60 a m
Arrive Balelgh... 1.62 p m
Leave Balelgh,.. . 2. 1 7 p m
Arrive Goldsboro' 4.20 p m
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D,
B. B. for all Dolnts East and West, via Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Baleigh and
Ho. 55 Connects at Greensboro' wilh R. & D.
R. B. for all points East and West, via Danville
So. 53 Connects at Greensboro' with R. & D.
B. R for all points East and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '8 i
Anive Raleigh,., i
Leave Kaleiiih. I
Leive Richmond. I
Arrive Ch;iric:t-j. 1
1 2.0 p m
1 2 40 p in
4 00 Jim
12 o7 p mi 1 1.25 pm
7 4! n j
si.35 i' rj!
12. -lO h rn
(5 '(! Ii rri 7. 35 a III
,:;o p ani 9 30 a m
K40 p nil St 35 a m
;0 .'i7 in' 1 1.22 am
12 25 nil 105 pm
N. V . iV. C. II t i J ItO.lO.
NO. 50 Dr.i!y.
Leave Greensboro 9.51 p m
Arrive KernersviUe 11.07pm
Arrive Salem... 11.50 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Oreensboro ; 10.00 a m
Ar.ive Kernerslile 1 1.00 a m
Arrive Salem 11.30 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 7.30 a m
Arrive Kerne rsvi le 8,04 a m
Arrive Greensboro tu0 a m
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem 0,30 p m
Arrive KernersviUe 6.10pm
Arrive Greensboro 6 30pm
Pflltoaa Sleepi Cars Without Ctaie ;
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. S3, between Atlanta and Washing
ton, via Danville. .
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
On Train No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Danville.
-On Train No 51, between Washington and At
lanta, via Dan villa.
.! iVnrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Ealelffi.owsbOTO', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. Kor Emigrant Bates to Louisiana,' Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
- - General Passenger Agent
dfic31 ., Richmond, Va
We have Just received and oiler for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
ifpssrose Decoration, 56 pieces, 810.00, woith
EXTBA FINE TEA SEII3. gohl, bird aid flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, $12.50,
; woi!.h $18 00..
FORCELIAN TEA SETT3, plain white, very nice,
. ; ' :i : 4ipletes..$5.00. -
F0B(5ELAINE DINNER SETTS, 1G7 pieces, for
$15,007 decrated, 1B0 rilefes, for $35 00.
BEONZELAMPS of ftsorffcer qui;ty, complete
i" ' -with shades, at $1.00, worth 82 00.
-1;AU Other Goods In Ioportioii.
..ill . , ... ,-
WQIA RETAIL. JSX
J,;' ! .: iii'i '.a
.j: i Js
1 -UTAT ATTlTflTJ HT3Tm
WWM imj&Mktoix, intJ
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MAKE
four Holiday Porchas
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but If you will call we wIU satlsty you that we have
the flnestjassortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, Just received. Remsmhpr
none can under-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made in the case of P c
Shuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon A c
AIJy'iwdge!,an dated the 7,n dar Of January!
1882, the undersigned, as Rbcktvkb, will sell at
public sale at the Cotton Factory of the Catawba
Manufacturing Company, on the Catawba River
in Catawba county, on '
MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1882,
the following valuable property, to-wlt: The
Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the Cotton
Factory of said Catawba Manufacturing company
located 3 miies ironi ihe vv M.c. H. mnes
from Catawba btatlon on Siiid railroad 11 miles
Ironi fctatesville, and 5 inl:ea WVst from Trout
mau's Depot on the A., T. fc O. H. H.; including
87 acres of land on the South side of the Catawba
River, on which Is situated the said Factory, three
good dwelling houses containing 6 rooms each,
ami 12C'itages containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each lor opera ives, a siore house, stables and
other out houses, bald Factory is a building HO
feet long by 42 feet wide, two stories high, wim an
4-L" 5020 feet, and another ' L" 90x22 feet, a
nre-proor Picker House 30x20 feet situated 1 1 0
leet from the main building of the Factory. Also,
the following machinery in the said Factory, viz:
1 picker, i 36-lnch double beater and lapper, 7
37-4nch 14-top Jenk's flat cards, 1 Asa Lee 18 inch
delivery drawing Irame, 1 20-strand list speeder
(9-inco bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,05(5 spin
dles (Bridesburg make), also spoolers, warper,
quillers, beamers, kc, 42 new and nidstlmprov
ed plaid looms (30 Bridesburg and 12 Ward's
make), with all necessary fixtures and BndliiKs.
and with warps ready to startup. Dye house and
sizing machinery of the most Improved style wiili
vats and vejsels complete. All pnits of the build
ing furnished with steam-pi pes 10 warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20 horse power
All the property, buildings, machinery, 4c, In
good condition and In good repair.
Also, 'on the Northern side of the rier. imme
diately opposite the Factory aDd adjoining the
river and the Shoal. which extends across, 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with snlid
rock foundation. The head of the water on Hie
Southern bide, on which is the Factory, is about
For more accurate and definite description of tbe
property and conditions of the sale, reference is
maoe to the decree in the above stated case.
The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of th
purchase money In cash, and the remainder in
equal Installments of 90 and 1 20 days, bond and
pood security being required of the purchaser for
Also, at the same time and place the under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOB CASH, the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules,
2 wagons and harness, lot of dyes and dye studs,
the material now In process of manufacture, on
sitting of warps, plaids and yarns. Also, a email
stock of general merchandise, consisting of boots,
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other articles of
groceries and dry goods as are usually keotln.
country store. JOBN L. CuBrt,
January 24th, 1882,. Becelver.
' IJncolnton, N. C.
Jan24 tds ,
JTJSt GO TO
and see what
He has for New Yeai's'iDinners.and how very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
400 TONS HIGH GRADE
Containing J2 to 13 percent Soluble Phojphorlc
Acid. Analysis Guaranteed.
4 WARRANTED GENUINE,
Special inducements lo dealers and large buyers.
CHAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer In Guano and Comml-slon
Merchant, WLmlngton, N. C.
an29 im t,
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
public square in Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser The dwelling is on a full lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of water,-
etc. The house Is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or stody room, built for tbe
purpose. For furtnsr particulars, price, terms.
tJui2Wtf ;': ' '" THIS OFFICE.
(Jity LoJi Jta m
E Lot on the comer of Ninth abtat and the
North CamHha Rallrt, frohilng 140 feet on
mreei arm lwoxeei an .me japrtn caroi""
nro-iots oi iq ir IWi feet: Smtable either ir
I : fl
r . 4
ana gee Keys.
1 ; 1
r factory parpbsea.
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