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DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH,
An important dis
covery, by which
give their imcn
IS Ail I fll.UU I
ish peculiar to fine
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBIN'S, Philadelphia, Pa.
W.WJ0QD. WttnnE ,Ifastoii.lG.J
1 ' RICHMOND EN WWIMGCO.
CHAS. R. JONES,
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
Tinware & House Fumishias Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular at .rntlon paid to
HOOFING A D SPOUTING
None ?ut first class hands emp'oyed. Cairior he
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.
HAVE IN STORE ONE OF THE
GGO RRR OO CCO EKE
O GR ROOGCK
G RRR O O O EE
GGGR RO OO CE
GGG R R OO CCO EEK
RRR II EEErSS,
R R II E
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t t T" n
XV xv 11 Mil CO
R R II EEK 8SS
Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
Ever offered In this market. Don't buy until you
examine our Stoc's and Prices.
-CORN 1SS OATS.
2 CAR LOADS WHITE CORN,
JQ CAR L0AD3 YELLOW CORN,
1 000 BAEEKLS FL0UB
00 8ACK8 C0FFEE'
2QQ BARRELS MO S3E3.
-QQ BARRELS SUGAR,
J QQ BOXES BACON,
J 5Q PACKAGES LARD,
20Q BOXES SOAP,
2(j0 Packages mackerel,
JjQ BOXES CRACKERS,
2 BOXES CHEESE, &0.
PIEDMONT PATENT JLOUR,
100 Barrels Just from the Mill,
SPRINGS & BURWELL.
By making your purchases for cash at the Variety
Store, under Traders' National Bank. II you want
a LAMP, or a pair of SUSPENDERS, a set of
PLATES, or a CORSET, a covered DISH, or a box
of BLUE, a TOILET SET, or a pair of HOSE, a
TEA 8ET, or a TIN PAN, a BOWL and PITCHER
or pair of SPITTOONS, or ALMOST ANYTHING
- COME AND 8 EJE
hOW cheap they can be bought. The biggest box
of BLACKING for 5 cents In the city.
C. M. ETHEREDGE.
feb22 ; .-. -.- . 1 .--if -i - .
LOST; MANHOOD RESTORED.
AMotUnof7Tiiflifal Imprudence carosing Prema-
gra Decay, Sterrpm, Debility, Lost Manhood, etc..
Ting tried In Tain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cnte, which he will eend FREE
to bit fellow-gufferers, addre6 J. II. ItLEVIiS,
43 ChatUam ?t., K, Y. 1
Sec 13 .: , ''y.-'b '
Springs & Borwe
. -- HAKES;'!':
Best Id the World.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN EITHER LIQUID OR DRY FORM
That Acts at the same time on
TEE LIVER, TEE BOWELS,
MB TEE K1BEE7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because we allow these great organs to I
become clogged or torpid, and poisonous I
humors are therefore forced into the blood
that should be expelled naturally.
yWILL SURELY CURE
H LIVER COMPLAINTS,
SPILES, CON9TIPATIOX, URINARY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AND NEEVOU8 DISORDERS,
by causing free action of these organs and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why suffer Bilious pains and aches!
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened oyer disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nervous or sick headaches!
Use BLIDXET-WORTand rejoice in health.
It Is put tip In Dry Yejretoble Form, in tin
cans one package of which makes Bix quarts of
medicine. Also in liquid Form, very Concen
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
t3"It acts with equal efficiency in either form.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS, RICHAEDSOX A Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) BtoLEteTOX, TT.
M i 27 d&wtr
80 DAYS TRIAL
WE WILL SEND, oft 30 DAYS' TRIAL,
Electro -Voltaic Appliances
suffering from Nervoas Weaknesses, Gen
eral Debility, loss of nerve force or vigor,
or any disease resulting from Abuses and Oth H
Causes, or to any one afflicted with Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Spinal Difficulties,
Kidney or Liver Troubles, Lame Back, Rup
tures, and other Diseases of the Vital Organs.
Also women troubled with diseases peculiar to
Speedy relief and complete restoration to
health guaranteed. These arc the only
Electric Appliances that have ever
been constructed upon seientlflcprin
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endorsements from medical and fwien
title men, and from hundreds who have
been quickly and radically cured b
Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet, givurr
all information free. Address,
VOLTAIC BELT CP., Marshall, Slob.
PLES, BOILS, or
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER
If you doubt, come to see us. and we will
or charge nothing!!!
Write for particulars, and a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our Standing.
Eff-$1000 SEWARD will be paid to any chemist
who will find on analysis of 100 bottles of 8. s. 8.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of . Potassium, or
any Mineral substance. : ' .
' Atlanta. Ga.
..:;'. (FEB BOTTES.) M' ".
Kiev tt Small' Sijie, JSLgO
Large 81ze,....M.,..i,.....w.v!if 1.75
rmrit rw T.ondR of Cam. tart .eir. loads or mow
h ton Mtr loadh or Svruos.' one carload of Bait.
Sugar, CoQed. and Bacon. .and;Tonacco:-:iiow lor
sale ei CO THBERTSON & BAKERU
-. T - . ,on vouege BHees,
Iebl9 u I. Next door to L.W, Safldew.
1 lnii! lvuooco
a f f T irTi..
1ST . 1 k
"MTORdTy EB:25, 1882.
Count, Schouvaloff, the head of the
Appanage department of the Russian
itopfegial household, has fclied suddenly
of paralysis; .' s , :-; ' ,
J Col. Charles B. Minton. vrho com
manded the third New York cavalry
during the war, died from excessive use
qf liquor in Belletue hospital Tuesday.
Mrs. Garfield expects to attend a ser
vice in memory of her husband, to te
held in Chlcagq or the 57th.
Jacob Snyder, for many years a resi
dent of Johnstown, Pa., committed sui
cide on February 2 at Nepfar,;in Hesse
Darmstadt, Germany, where he had
gone, it is said, to receive a fortune of
Mr. George Rivers Walker, an emi
nent lawyer of Charleston, S. C, is
Northern capitalists have agreed to
furnish $1,000,000 for building the ex
tension of the Elizabeth and Norfolk
The London Jewish relief committee
are desirous of directing the current of
Jewish immigration from Russia to
the northwestern provinces of Canada.
The number of "suspects" now in
Drison is 561. The Ladies' Land
League has disbursed 1,590 to evicted
The body of Adam G. W. West, a
vountr German lawyer, of Brooklyn, N
Y., was found floating at the foot of
Thirty-fourth street. South Brooklyn,
Wednesday morning. It is supposed
that he committed'suicide.
Michael Brenhan was found dead in
his bed at Minersville, Pa., Wednesday,
with a number of cuts on his body as
if made with a knife.
Mack Ship, aeed 93 years, died in
Richmond. Va., Wednesday. He was a
native of Lunenburg county. He
served during the whole ot the war of
1812, and was a pensioner of the Uni
ted States government for many years
At Morehead. Minn., on Tuesday.
Mrs. Tallef Hanson was shot and killed
bv her husband, from whom she had
procured a divorce on the ground of
cruel treatment. Hanson then made a
weak attempt to kill himself, but will
The flood is practically over at Cin
cinnati. At midnight weanesaay
night the river was 56 feet, and falling
two inches per hour. The weather is
clear and cold. The people had ample
warning of this flood, and the damage
will be cnieny oy aeiay to Dusiness.
James Cunninerham. son-in-law of
Beniamin Lavton. proprietor or the
Kevstone Hotel. .Long urancn, com
mitted suicide Tuesday, at the hotel, by
taking laudanum, having become des
poDdent because of inability to obtain
Solomon Richardson, a farmer of
Charlestown, Mass., was reported to
have been accidentally killed last Wed
nesday. After his burial the son con
fessed tnat ne snot nis ratner, anu mat
he had carried the gun for two days for
There is much disaffection in Jamai
ca on account of the extravagance or
the colonial government. Resolutions
have been introduced in the Legislative
Council urging a reduction or the Gov
ernor's salary and retrenchment in oth
er expenditures, which were only de
feated by the casting vote of the Gov
The Indiana greenbackers held a
Strtte convention at Indianapolis yes
terday which was presided over by
lion. Gilbert de La Matyr. A full tick
et 1 r state omoers was nominated, ex
cept fi.r judges of the Supreme Court.
A State convention or the Michigan
greenbackers was held at Detroit. Col.
Haiper s call for a national convention
was indorsed, and it was decided to hold
a nominating convention June 8th.
Test for Gold.
There is a simple method of the de
tection of gold in quarts, pyrite, etc.,
which is not generally described in the
miuefalogical text books. It is an adap
tation of the well-known amalgama
tion process, and serves to detect very
minute traces of gold.
Place the flnely powdered and roast
ed mineral in a test tube, add water and
a single drop of mercury ; close the test
tube with the tbumo, and shate thor
oughly and for some time. Decant the
water, add more and decant repeatedly,
thus washing the drop of mercury un
til it is perfectly clean. The drop of
mercury contains any gold that may
have been present. It is therefore
placed in a small porcelain capsule and
heated until the mercury is volatilized,
and the residue of gold is left in the
bottom of the capsule. This residue
may be tested either by dissolving in
aqua regia and obtaining the purple of
Cassius with protochloride of tin, or
by taking up with a fragment of moist
filter paper, and then fusing to a glo
bule on charcoal in the blowpipe flame.
It is being shown that gold is much
more universally distributed than was
formerly supposed. It has recently
been found in Fulton and Saratoga
counties, New York, where it occurs
pyrites. It has also been discovered in
the gravel of Chester creek, at Lenni,
Delaware county, Pa. in one of the
Virginia gold mines wonderful richness
is reported, $160,000 worth of pure gold
having been taken from a space of
three square feet.
Insanity in the United States.
After all the recent talk about the
increase of insanity in this country it
is encouraging to learn that we are not
so crazy as some other nations. At the
late meeting of the National Associa
tion for the Protection of the Insane
and the Prevention of Insanity it was
shown our insane number about 63,000,
or one to 777 of the population. The
ratio in England is 1 to 350, part due,
perhaps, to the more thorough separa
tion of the insane from the general pop
ulation. I3y sections the ratio is in this
countrv: In New Ensland. 1 to 588;
Middle States, 1 to 600 ; Western States,
1 to 850 ; Southern States, 1 to 1,100. The
ratio to which we mav look forward in
the future is, in the opinion of Dr. C.
F.Dana: In New England, 1 to 500;
West. 1 to 600: South. 1 to 800. In 1881
therfl were 74 State and 34 private asy
lums. The cost of maintaining them
was a 12.000.000 a year. The needs or
the insane are want of room in asy
lums. separation of acute and chronic
patientsland epileptics, improvement in
the laws of commitment, more amuse
ment and woik for patients, and a sep
aration or State asylums from political
influence. 1 11 ,
How many a home has been robbed of sunshine
and happiness and rendered sad.and desolate by
the loss of some dear and petted child. This II
a dangerous season for ehVcren, and parents
sVnuirf kean Dr. Bull's coogh syrup handy. Price
25c, ' - -: :V' ; u- -PREMATURE
LOSS OT THE HAIR
Mav be entirely Tevepted. byth of BUR-
NETT'SCOCOAINK No Othet compound pos
sesses the peculiar p es hlch so acty
ulttbeTarlouspondl odb Xthe humanlialr. jit
softens the hair when harsh ano dryT ; toothes
tnelrruted 8(p..;It aftordaoie dchea hastre,; It
nrivenU the hair from telnng oft ' It piwmotes lU
healthy,,' vUforouijgrc, B
stlCBT. M leave .wh"? .7f.
& Burnett's JTlaroriBg Extracts areknwn to be the
Winston Rennh1ian "Mrs. TInfT. of
this county, has a patch work bed quilt
with, more pieces, we venture, than any
other, possibly in Ethis State. ; It has
four stars with eight.hundred pieces iri
each, joined with strips, making in all
4,081 pieces. .
Messrs. J P, Wnner, J. W. Brinkley,
Jesse Atwoodind W. L.Warner, all
young men of Lewisville township, will
go to Illinois next week.
Salisbury Watchman : Squire Bringle
postmaster, says that since there is so
much talk about the postoffice it shall
remain where it is. This threat,it is
presunied, is nfkde with the presump
tion that he is forever to be postmaster.
We hope not.
S. L, Trogden; of Greensboro, has in
vented a new turbine wheel, for which
he is applying for letters patent This
makes the third turbine wheel invent
ed by Greensboro men within the past
The Bugle says Greensboro is to have
a new smoking tobacco factory.
The telegraph office now closes at 8
Durham Recorder: We learn that one
of the hands at W. Tt Blackwell & Co's.
factory died last week from vaccina
tion. Charged with Murder.
About fite weeks ago a colored boy by
the name of Allen Merrick, living on
the east side of Cape Fear River about
three miles above the ClaVendon bridge
disappeared mysteriously. He went off
about that time in company with Allen
Davis a white-boy about his own age,
to look for a cow which Davis claimed
to have lost. Merrick did not return
but Davis reported to Merrick's father
that Merrick had fun away. This re
port was believed and matters went on
for a month without any suspicion of
foul play. Recently, however, various
facts coming to the knowledge of Mer
rick's friends induced them to suspect
that he had been killed by Davis.
Among these were the fact that the two
boys had a difficulty in which Davis
was worsted, and that he had threaten
ed to take revenge on Merrick that
Davis was armed with a gun at the
time Merrick went with him -to look for
the cow, that he had on the "same day,
and after the disappearance of Merrick
tried to borrow a spade, but not being
able to do so had borrowed a grubbing
hoe ; that no tidings could be obtained
from any source as to what had become
of Merrick. All of these things begat
strong suspicions, and it was thought
best that the woods around should he
examined for traces of the missing boy.
He was soon found partially buried in
a thick swamp, with one hand project
ing. A warrant for Davis' arrest was
obtained and he was taken into custody
on Saturday last and confined in the
On Monday last Coroner Waddill em
pannelled a jury of inquest, who upon
a careful examination of the facts and
circumstances rendered a verdict to the
effect that the deceased, Allen Merrick,
came to his his death by a gun-shot
wound made by a gun in the hands of
Next week the Superior court of
Cumberland county will be in session,
and in all probability this case will then
be disposed of. The accused is about
17 years of age.
"Whom God Hath Joined."
Augusta Moore in the Evangelist.
I took up a daily paper one day and
saw nineteen divorces in it. I took up
another and saw five. I went to a cer
tain church and found there in full
communion a woman who has two
nusDanas. A visited the nouse ot a
leading member" in a- church and
found there a minister who has divorc
eu one wire ta virtuous woman) and is
married to another. I know a minister
who married a doctor to a woman for
whom he had divorced his excellent
wife. This was in Clinton, Conn. Time
would fail mato particularize the cases
or tnis sort that l Know; and l live
among the best people that there are iu
this world. These cases are as plenty
everywhere as they are about me in
deed, much more so in many localities.
A friend writes me from California
that it is hardly safe to say "divorce,"
so many or "the very nicest people
have two or three husbands or wives
living. Now, is not this an encourag
ing state of things? Is it any wonder
that some ministers are telling us how
fast the world is growing better, how
the very millenium is upon us? It is
to be feared we can hardly exert just
the moral influence that is needed over
the Mormons till the States are reform
ed. Prof. Austin Phelps says: "We
are not half awake to the fact that by
our laws of divorce and our toleration
of the social evil we are doing more to
corrupt the nation's heart than Mor
A Large Walnut Tree.
Mr. Geo. R. Council has told us of the
largest walnut tree- in the United
States, as far as we have ever heard. It
grew on the North Fork of New River
in Ashe, and belonged to Riley Thomas,
Esq., who old it to a Mr. Gilliam, of
Abingdon, Va., for $100. It is 80 feet
from the ground to the first limb and
tapers very gradually. It is hollow for
about five feet up from the ground, and
is 7 feet through above the hollow, it
was dug up as it was too large to cut or
saw. It is divided into 24 foot cuts and
the butt cut is estimated to weigh 27,000
pounds. As the cuts cannot be trans
ported whole, Mr. Gilliam will have
trenches dug under them and will split
each one with a rip saw. He intends to
carry the tree to Albany, New York,
for exhibition. Mr. Thomas had a
wogon built expressly for the purpose
of hauling these logs. The axles are 7
inches in diameter atthe shoulder and
5 inches at the point ; the hubs are 24
inches in diameter, and the tires an
inch thick and 4 inches wide. He offer
ed to furnish the wagon and to give
any person $500 to haul the tree cuts to
Abingdon, a distance of forty miles.
Nobody could be prevailed upon to
take the contract and the cuts had to be
Northern Pacific Wheat Crop.
From various portions of the North
ern Pacific the Portland Journal of
Commerce has received the most en
couraging reports in relation to the
condition of grain. "The mild and open
winter gave farmers an opportunity to
plow and seed every month, and the
result is a large excess of acreage over
that of last year. It is maintained by
those in position to know that (the esti
mate of 100,000 tons from Eastern CW
gon the last season was correct. The
surplus this season will be one-third
larger, and we may count on 150,000
ton for the coming fleet. The valley
last season gave us 165,000 tons surplus,
35,000 tons of which have been shipped
to San.Francisco, 30,000 tons being held
over for seed and flour, leaving for pres
ent year's fleet 230,000 tons to .float.
Frdm indications there will be no grain
held over for want of tonnage. Our
surplus for shipment the coming jea
son will be, providing a good harvest is
held, about 340 tons.
AMX,$tfi&& St. Petersburg
dispatch says at the Nihilist trial yes
wrdayaUthepHsOnera pleaded guilty
except Morezofl; and -Aroiitzchick who
pleaded an alibi. '
' DON'T DIB IN ;TJJB HODSE. ' ?
out rS8 i05rtSoa8 I Bate-"' R clf ars
When D molHnA wnvrfawma TTrtr ' vMa Oa Vlri
wu u auwiviuc ijj xvt sua duw . v - -sia jiu-
ney Wort Is constantly doing Jt may truly be said
til hatt 7Arj9aMt.. AltjaWwnamtA- 'M'vw,'
gomery.-Vt., had suffered for eight-, years from the
tnAM, nfl. 4 .31 .1 I. 1 V. V. Al t -.
"ui oi. ml Aiuiicjr .uiseoscn. turn imu ucou wuuuy 111-
oapacltated for work. He says, '"One hox made a
new, man 01 me, and 1 sincere v neneve k win re
store to heahh Alkrhat nxn Sfrntl rtv Hfflietad"- It
is now sold in both licmid and dry form. Danbury
News. . . ,
Deservlne Articles' are Alwav Annreflated.
The exceptional cleanliness of Parker's Hair
Balsam makes It popular. Gray hairs are lmpos
sioie wren its occasiuseonat .
DR. C. W. BENSON, of BALTIMORE, MD.,
In the course of his practice discovered what now
are renowned in medical practice, viz: a combina
tion of Celery and Chamomile In theshape 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 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 81 or six boxes for S2.50, to
LtR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonallpartBof the
body. It makes the skin white, soft and smooth;
removes tan and freckles, and is Ao BEST toilet
dressing In THE WORLD. Elegantly pnt up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class dmggiste have it. Priee$l. per package.
CHAa N CRITTENTON. 115 Fulton ftreet.
New York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W Benson's
remedies, to whom all orders
UBS. IY0I1 E. P1NKH1M, OF LYHK, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAtVTS
Is a Positive Cure
for all Hose Painful Complnlnts and Weaknesses
ocommon toour best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consecraent
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
cerous humors there is checked very speedily by its use.
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving'
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It wires Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion That feeling of bearing down, causing pam, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by its usa:
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.
LYDIA E. PIXKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POTJXDU prepared at 233 and 136 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price JL Six bottles for $5. Sent by mall
In the form of pills, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
fraelyanswers all letters of inquiry. Bend tor pamph
let. Address as above. Mmtiom this Paper,
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. SS cents per box.
i Sold by oil Drag-gists. KL
Whose complexion betrays
some humiliatijig imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells you
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in conntenance,
or have Eruptions, Kedness,
Boughhess or unwhole some
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, the artificiality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the Magnolia Balm
Is judiciously used.
8ampe box, 25 different styles .cf iV-rya
Pens sent for trial by maiL-pd receipt of C iifc.
Bole'Agents, - - '-as ; '
lvl8on,; Blakerflan,l Taylor cY ift,
'.r. . I-1 i YORK, " , , 'J ,
Mi! i :-rTi
est table, calendar, etc. Sent to any -address on
receipt of two Theee-ckni1 Stamps; Address
CHARLES K. HIRES,
48 N. Delaware Ave. Phlla.
REWARD! for any case of
Bilad Bleeding. Itching,
Ulcerated, or protruding
PTKKH that ItoDIMCU
PILE REMEDY Mis to cure. Prepared by J. P.
MILLER. M. D ,915 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa,
Nrie genuine without his 'signature. Send for
circular. Sold by druggists and country stores.. $1.
II DID MEDAL AWARDED
tne Author. A now and great Ued.
leal Work, warranted the best and
cheapest, indispensable to every
msn.enti tied "the Science of life
cr.Self-Preservation ;" bound in
finest French mnsiin, embossed,
full gilt ,300 pp.con tains beautiful
steel engravings, 125 prescrip
t,0?8. Price only $1.25 sent by
mail . illustrated sample, 6 cents;
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largest and most complete establishments in the
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A
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they can with confidence ask you to test the quali
ty of their work. They carefully avoid all poison
ous drugs, make nly fast colors, which are
thoroughly washed in hot water and soap, thereby
removing anything which would stain undercloth
ing. Those' who buy and wear their prints will, they
feel confident, fip.d' them superior in durability,
artistic style and finish . ' Be sure and ask for their
goods, and see that their marks and tickets are on
HX -? 1 rv v A rr
Nort li Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOIG EAST.
Date, Dec. 18, '81 No R5 No 51 No. 53
Dully. Daily. Daily
Leave Charlotte, 4.30 p ni H 30 a m 8.10pm
" Salisbury, P.17pm 5.3fi a m ti.j'2 P m
Arrive Greensb'ro 8.00 pm 7.36am 12 05am
Leave Hreensb'ro 8. 1 p m 7.5H a m 12.1 5 a m
Arrive N Danvile 10.10 p m looOain 12.23am
Le;ive N.Danville 1 1.30 p m 10 15 am
Arrive Hirhmond, 7.40 a mi 3.55 p m
Lave Greensb'ro y.50 a m
An lve Raleigh,.. 1.52 p m
Leave Haleih,.. 2. 1 7 p m
Arrive Goidsboro' 4.20 p m
B. R. for all points East and West, vja Danville
and Richmond, also with train for Bareigh and
.o. 55 Connects at Grepnsboro' with B.. & D.
R. H. for all points .East and We?t, vid Danville
No. 53 Connects at GreensoOK)' with H, k D.
R. R lor all points Zast and West, via Danville
TRAINS GOIXG WEST.
Date, Dec. 18, '8!
JTj . .i v
A rrive Ba eigh,..
Le .ve Richmond,
Lenve h:-litmry. .
j i a V0 p m!
12. 40 pin I
112 - '7 p n;
18 pr.ij H 30 pm
HO p :. M.;jn p m
:S5 p m! S.40 p m
Id p mi 10 37 m
40 am1 12 25 m
1 1.25 pm
i Mr, a m
U 30 a m
Ho a m
I 1.22 a m
N. W. N. C. Rill.KOtD.
NO. 5'J Dally,
Leave (rreenshoro 9.51 p m
Arrive Kerneravilie 11.07 pm
An ive Salem 1 1.50 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 1 0.00 a m
Ar lve Kernersvllle 1 1. 00 a m
Arrive Salem 11.80 am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday. .
Leave aalem 7.30 a m
Arrive KernersvMe 8.04 am
Arrive Greensboro 9.00 a in
NO. 53 -Dally.
Leave Salem 4.30 p m
Arriv Kernersvllle 5. 1 0 p a
Arrive Greensboro .-8 80 p m
Pullman Sleepi Cars Witliotit Change
On Train No. 51, between Atlanta and New
York, via Danville.
On Train No 55, between Augusta and Wash
ington, via Danvll e.
on Tram No. 53, between Atlanta and Washing
ton; via uanville.
On Train No. 50, between New York and Atlanta
on Train, No. 52, between Washington and Au
gusta, via Dan vl le.
On Train No 54, between Washington and At
lauUj via Danville.
ferThroueh Tickets on sale at Greensboro'.
Raleigh, iioldsbbro", Salisbury and Charlotte, and
principal points South, southwest. West, North
ana itasi. t i r emigrant Kates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
decSl, BichMond, Va.
We have" ju&t received andffer for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decoration, 56 pieces,' $10.00, worth
, : .: SI 5-00. .. .
ETRA tflNE TEA Si.TT3 gold, bird and flower
decoratton combined, 44.pleces, $12.50,
' . worth $18 0a
PORCELIAN TEA SETT3, plain .white, yery nice,
44 pieces, $5,00.
PORCELAIN E DINNER 8ITTj'107 pieces, for
$15.00; decorated, 180 -pieces, for $35.00.
.BRONZE LAjMPS of a superior qui;ty, complete
with shades, at $1.00, worth 82 CO.
Goods; iit Proportion. ;
1 WHOLHSAITE and EETAIL.
.1. Bi'obkfield & Co.
DO NOT Fi
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MaKE
7 n ii n 1
We win not here attempt
to enumerate what we have .
bat if you will call we will satisfy you that we
lic uuesi ttssortment or
ever brought to this market.
Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A fine lot of
of all descriptlons. 1
noi.e can under-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
BY Virtue of a decree of the Superior Court ot
Catawba county, made in the case of P r
Hhuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. a. M puWeii
and others, defendants, at Chamber by Hon A C
aicij,,)uu6c, auuuawume id oay ot Jaounrv
1882, the undersigned, as Receiver, win sen - t
public sale at the Oottoo Factory of theCatWm
Manufacturing Comoanv. on rh raiah. u
in Catawba county, on
MONDAY, THK 6TH DAY OF MARCH, 188
the following valuable property, to-wit- Tue
Granite Suoats, iu Catawba county, ana the Cotton
Factory of said Catawba Manufacturing com pam
located 3 miles from the W. N. 1; u -x s mi
tram CatawDa ct.tiuti 011 s.,1,1 ni;rua. 1 1 unit-.-,
f rom 1 1 .tesvllle, abd 6 inUr W .t in. m 1 rout
man's Depot on the A . T. A o. n H.; Iiu-luiilna
7 acres of land on the Sou'h side of tne Uuuwb 1
Biver, on rthich Is situated the sud Factory, three
good dwelling houses containing f rooms racu
ana 12 c ttnges containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each tor opera ives, h store house, stables am!
ottier out Louses, taid Factory is a building tin
feet long by 42 feet wide, two stories h.gh wit 11 an
'L" 50x20 feet, and another ' L" 9dx'-'2 feet a
fire-prooi Picker House 30x20 feet shunted l'lu
feet from the main building ot the Factory. Also
the following machinery iu the said Factory, viz
1 picker, i b6-inch double beater and lapper, 7
37-iuch 14-top Jcnk'a liat cards, 1 As Lee 18 inc'i
delivery drawing trame, 1 20-strand list speed r
(9-incn bobbins), 8 spinning frames, ,ij5rt spin
dles (Bildesburg make), also spooler-,, warper,
quiller.s, beimers, &c.. 42 new and in s.impi..v'
ed pl iid looms (30 Bridest-urg and 2 Ward s
mke), with ail necessary fixtures and findiiws
and with warps ready to start up. De i.ou-e umi
sizing machinery or the most iinpn ved style wiiti
vats and vessels complete. All p its of the buid
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20 hors power
All the property, buildings, machinery, &c , la
good condition and in good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the ri.er, imme
diately opposite tbo Factory and adjoining the
river and the Shoal, which extends across, 2 1
acres of land, with n. fine water-power with soM
rook foundation. The head of the water on tlij
southern side, on which Is the Factory, i,bou;
For more accurate and deflnlte description of the
property and conditions ot the sale, reference is
mnce to the decree in the above sta-ed case
The U i ms of said sale will be 20 per rent of the
tmchase nxmey Id cash, and the remainder in
equal Installments of wi. and 120 days, bond ami
1 ood security being required of the pu. chaser for
Also, at the same time and place the under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOK CAH the fol
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules,
2 wagons and harpess, lot of dyes ar d dye stuffs,
ihe material now in process of manufacture cm
si. ting of warps, plaids and jams Alo a mall
s'ock of general merchandise, consisting of boots.
shOf-s. dry goods, bacon and such other articles of
groceries and dry goods as are usually ke.it im
country tore JOHN L. Coin,
January 24th, 1882. Receiver.
Lincolnton, N. C.
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A new supply of these famous Cigar have just
been received, at
It Is ussless to tell those who have ever smoked
them why they are called the "KING," and if you
will only give them a trjal It will not be necessary
-TO TELt YOU.
400 TONS HIGH GRADE
-ACID PHOSPHATE, -
Containing 12 to 13 per cent Soluble Phosphoric
Acid. Analysis Guaranteed.
(W WARRANTED GENUINE,
Special inducements to dealers and hvg? buy-re.
CHAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer In Guano end Commit n
Merchant, Wilmington, N.C.
Pickled Trips, Pigs Feet and Cod Fish,
8. M . HOWELL'S.
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 wa
ter, etc. The house Is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, built for the
purpose. For furthsr particulars, price, terns,
etafapply at THIS OFFICE.
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' City Lot for Sale Cheap.
rinHB Lot on the comer of 'Ninth street and tw
.It North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet n
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Caro"""
Railroad, will either be sold as a whole or divide"
Into two lots of 70 by 1 96 feet Suitable either for
juildlng or factory purposes. Apply to flt(
' Jun25,tf J. 8. PHILLIfB.