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DOBBINS STARCH POLISH,
J. B. DOBBINS,
An Important dis-
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that beautiful fin.
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ff CHAS. K. JONES,
II SoleAg't.Charlotte.N.C. JJ
Lt lJJ irSVVr J
MTHE ONLY MEPlCiNEf
DEALER IN I I- 1 I I
the $fiorIott! teertir
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1882.
INDICTMENTS AGAINST THE STAR
POSTAL NOTES. -r -:.
Postmasters commissions sent: Root.
H. Croon, Bingham, N,C.;JJobt, L. Dix-.
on.High Towers; N: C; Drayton N..
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. fe&&te!
ville. S. C: Willnncrhbv Iivncb. Lilly, N.
C ; .Daniel A. McDonald, Curriesville
N. C. ' ' . -
New offices established; . ,
Derita, Mecklenburg county, N C,
with Amos Rumple as postmaster;
Okisko, Pasquotank county, N C, with
John T Nftwhnld as postmaster;
Webbs, Rutherford county, N C, with.
Kintcher T. Tate ns postmaster.- -The
name of the uost office at North
Fork, Ash county, N C. has been order-
cnangea to Chester; also uowns
Mine, Abbottsville county, S C, to Mc-
A SDecial Service has been establish
ed from Mowers. S C. to Praters, a dis
tance of four miles, to eo into enecs at
Tinware & Honse Faroishing Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
HT" WHOLES ALE and RE TAIL.
Particular attenUon paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first class haads employed. Call lor the
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE. .
Springs & Burw
HAVS IN STORK ONE OK THE
15 EITHER LIQUID OB DRY FOBM
That Acts at the same time on
J TES LIVES, TES BOWSLSA
AED TES BIDEEYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Because vie allow these great organs to
become clogged or torpid, and poisonous I
humors are therefore forced tnto the blood
that should be expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, CONSTIPATION, TTRINAKY
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
AN NEKVOUS DISORDERS,
by causing free action of these orgams and
restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why suffer Billons pains and aches!
p3 Why tormented with Plies, Constipationl
Why frightened oyer disordered Kidneys!
Why endnre ncrrons or sick headaches!
Use HID NEY-WORTSmi rejoice in health.
It Is put up In Dry Vegetable Form, In tin
cans one package of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in Liquid Form, very Concen
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it.
t3Tlt acts with equal efficiency in either form.
GET IT OF TOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS, RICHARDSON & Co.,Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid ) BrSLTSCTOS, VT.
oWare the Mighty 'Fallen! Dors ey,
Brjady and Their Pals to be Held to
Rigid Account Attorney-General
Brewster Says the Law Shall be En
forced Guiteau's Would-be Slayer
and His Cruel Treatment -Postal
Washington, D. CFeb. 28-The
success that ine government nasmet
with in the Dast few days m regard to
indictments in the Star Route cases has
had the effect of bringing over to us
side many of the -papers that have so.
far done nothing Dut neap naicuie upon
its representatives. The ring-leaders of
this Star Koute ring, . J. oraay, ex-as
sistant Postmaster-General ; ex-Senator
Dorsey, his brother, -J. W. Dorsey, are
all thorough-going Republicans, and
much of the money received by these
honest (?) gentlemen fountl its way into
the Indiana campaign in the last Presi
dential election. A number of the
smaller fry, including Boone, the prin
cipal, have also been found guilty by
the grand jury and in a few days in
dtctments will be returned against
them in open court. It is asked if a
Republican administration can afford
to punish fellow Republicans who made
a Republican administration a possibil
ity? The Attorney-Geueral, who in
Pennsylvania displayed a charming in
dependence to party dictation, repeats
with emphasis what he has already
published, that he will in person appear
in court aeainst these parties. He fur
ther shows by his decision that the
Postmaster-General has power to reject
any or all contracts put in by a con
tractor, that he means that the law
shall be construed to proteci the gov
ernment Such a ling as was first
scented by Postmaster-General James
and has been hunted down by George
Bliss, special attorney for the govern
ment, has not been brought to light
since the Tweed expose in New York
vears atro. Men high in government
position using their place corruptly to
defraud the government they wera
sworn to protect; men high in social
position, such as Dorsey and others,
combining together to control all the
Star mail routes in the country, is a
spectacle for foreign eyes to see and
laud the honesty Ot American institu
tions and its people. It were an end
less task to go over this whole matter,
but in substance it is this: All the
Star Routes in the country were con
trolled by the Dorsey combination. If
an outsider bid lower than one of the
combination Brady, who was second
assistant Postmaster-General, could de
clare the contract forfeited for some
trivial cause and give it to his combi
nation, A certain route would be let
to his combination for say $500, and
Biaiy, in a month or so, could increase
service double and increase compensa
tion quadruple or quintuple. This
system was carried out under the noses
of Mr. Key, Mr. Maynard and others,
who were either too dumb to speak or
too inattentive to business to see.
By this method the star route service
grew to great dimensions, exceeding in
growth the- country through which it
passed. The ring became wealthy and
with the accession of wealth power is
within reach. An investigation was
ordered by a Democratic Congress and
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
David Davis' sitting room in Wash
ington has capacious chairs, but no car
pet or gas. ,
grogs m& t<luts.
LIQUID FOOD, Boberts' Ettraet of . Matt and
Meat recommended by Dr. J Marlon Sims,
of New Tort Sold by WILSON & BOB WELL.
TT APV TTT?T?T? f0 $S2, with
A xx.Xi X- X; Xvilf H improved Inter
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receipt or twaTHRSs-CKK (stamps. Address ...
CHAKLEd K. BIUE3.
48 N-Delaware Ave. Phila.
fN Store some fine French Brandr.- Guaranteed
WILSON & BUBWELL.'
FOUR AND FIVE
ROW English Tooth Brushes of the best quality.
' WILSON & BOB WBlX,
- ; : , ' Druggists,
TSSENCEof Jamaiea Gtnzer. A fresh arrival
Hi at WILSON & BUBWELL'S
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JO CAB LOAD3 YELLOW COBN,
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WE WILL SEND, ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL,
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VOLTAIC BELT CP., Marshall, Mich.
mi ii mum
By making your purchases for cash at the Variety
Store, under Traders' National Bank. II you want
ft LAMP, or a pair of SUSPENDERS, a set of
PLATES, or a CORSET, a covered DISH, or a box
of BLUE, a TOILET 8ET, or a pair of HOSE, a
MA BET, or a TIN PAN, a BOWL and PITCHES
or pair of SPITTOONS, or ALMOST ANYTHING
.CONE AND SEE
how cheap they can be bought. The biggest box
ot BLACKING lor 5 cents in the city.
" . ;. Bespectfuuy,
C. M. ETHEBEDGE.
' t manhood km y:
: having tried wj "'7. ha will send FBEB
j "Y5I.C" 7.,r -.TeT addree l
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B"T Virtue of adeoreeof the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made in the case of P. C.
8huford anoVothere, plaintiffs, vs. A M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Chambers by Hon. A. C.
Avery, Judge, and dated the 7th day ot January,
1882, the undersigned, as Bbcetveb, 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 8 miles from the W. ti. C, B, B.; 8 miles
from Catawba Station on said railroad; 11 miles
from Statesville, and 5 miles West from Trout
man's Depot on the A, T. A O. B. B,; 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,
and 12 cottages containing from 2 to 4 rooms
each for operatives, a store house, stables-and
other out houses, bald Factory is a building 60
feet long by 42 feet wide, two stories high, with an
-L" 60x20 feet, and another "L" 90x22 feet a
fire-proof Picker House 80x20 feet, situated 110
feet from the main building of the Factory. Also,
the following machinery in the said Factory, viz:
1 nicker, l HA-lnch double beater and laDner. 7
87-inoh 14-top Jenfc's flat cards, 1 Asa Lee 18-inch
delivery drawing frame, 1 20-strand list speeder
(9-inch bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,058 spin
dles (Bridesburg make), also spoolers, warper,
qulllers, beamers, dec., 42 new and most Improv
ed plaid looms (80 Bridesburg and 12 Ward's
make), with all necessary fixtures and findings,
and with warps ready to start up. Dye bouse and
sizing machinery of the most improved style with
vats and vessels complete. All parts of the build
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20-horse power
All the DroDertv. bulldinss. machinery. ca, in
good condition and In good repair.
Also, on the Northern side of the river, Imme
diately opposite the Factory and adjoining the
river and the Shoal, which extends across, 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with solid
rock foundation. The head of the water on the
Southern Bide, on which is the Factory, la about
8 feet. ..- r.; t
. For more accurate and definite description of the
property and conditions of the sale, reference la
maae to the decree in the above stated case.
. The terms of said sale will be 20 per cent of the
purchase money in cash, and the remainder in
a committee, the majority ot wnom
were Democrats, exonorated Brady and
the ring. The tight then was bitter, and
the Post, a paper here which at that
time was living off Brady's money, took
up the cudgel for him. But money
proved too great a temptation for the
committee, and with shame be it said a
Democratic House sustained the com
mittee, lt was one of the few acts that
the Democrats while in power have to The
regret. The ring since that day have
flaunted this vindication, purchased by
the money stolen from the people, in
the face of their accusers, but will
doubtless now call a halt. The Jocal
press here have somewhat changed in
tone. Geo. Bliss has become one of the
owners of the Republican, and that pa
per no longer shouts for the star route
ring nor calls him Decoy Bliss. The
Post, which to my knowledge, while
sympathizing with Brady, played neu
tral, but was quick .to catch popular
sentiment, and is now shouting in sub
dued tones for conviction. The Even
ing Star, which would sell its birthright
for a mess of porridge, and was never
known to express an opinion in the
history of its existence, when such an
expression would result in a cent's loss,
in its news columns favors the govern
ment When the parties are convicted
it will be "I told you so," and come out
in homilies on public virtue and official
corruption. The Critic, Brady's paper,
is striking some hard blows for its
master, as will also the Sunday Capital
in the future, which is being revivified
with Brady's money and Donn Piatt's
wit. Of late the paper has run down.
Buell, its editor, doubtless having found
out by this time, that brass and bluster
do not in intelligent communities pass
for brains. The paper is said to be
greatly in debt, but it is expected that
Piatt will immediately bring it to the
front again. .
Sergeant Mason, who shot at Gui
teau on the 11th of September, is now
undergoing trial for his offence before
a military court at the arsenal. It was
at the time when the guards at the jail
were changed that Sergeant Mason
planned for the taking off of Guiteau.
He had for several weeks been guard
ing the assassin from the mob that was
expected to seek its vengeance upon
him, and in performing this duty had
become tired and wary. Day after
day and night after night be paced his
beat in front of the assassin's cell. Ser
geant Mason became impressed with
the idea that such a cur should not be
protected, and allowed his patriotism
to undermine his duty as a soldier. So
he planned his taking off and on the
day in question he jumped from the ve
hicle that brought him to the jail and
proceeded to the corner of the jail close
to Guiteau's cell.
He had observed from his constant
watching that Guiteau always ap
proached his grating when the guards
were changed. This grating faced a
window, and Sergeant Mason would
have had a clear view had it not been
in the gray of the evening, which was
more than usually murky because of a
heavy fog. Owing to this a shot, much
excitement in and out .of jail, Mason
under arrest and Guiteau unhurt, were
the results of his efforts.
Since that day, September 11th, to
this time, over five months, Mason has
been confined in a dark room 8 by 10,
low ceiling, wet walls and a hard wood
en bunk for a Deo. a running uiuoou
in a corner of the apartment gave forth
a stench most sickening. At night his
room was infested with rats, , and the
sergeant has been telling some repor
ters who visited him, that he frequent
ly remained awake all night fighting the
rodents oft v - . .
The whole place was a miserable
abode and he complains with much
reason against the kindness shown Gui
rjnari when he has not ' even the com-
Samuel J. Tilden's income
mining interests in Michigan is said to
have been $250,000 last year.
It is estimated that the total length
ot submarine telegraph cables in the
world is 62,100 miles, having a money
yalu f about $200,000.
Hon. John Bookwalter, late Demo
cratic candidate for Governor of Ohio,
hasjpurchased the old Scofleld rolling
mill at Atlanta, Ga., and will convert
it into a large manufacturing establish
ment. Charles Jones, of St. Louis, aged nine
ty years, when a school-boy, got ac
quainted with George Washington. He
also knew Aaron Burr, Tom Paine and
Washington Irving, and was aboard of
Fulton's steamboat when it made its
The Florida Union says the camellia
japonica grows in grat perfection at
Tallahassee. The trees sometimes meas
ure eisht inches in diameter, attain a
height of from fifteen to twenty feet,
and frequently have 2,000 full-bloom
japonicas on them at a time.
There if to be exhibited in Boston
within a short time a machine, which
orieinated in Scotland, that is said to
accomplish wonders in cutting stone.
A bit of our hardest granite of any size
can be shaped with the ease that a
cheese yields to the manipulations of a
The iron and steel manufacturers in
1880 made a profit of $50,000,000, or 21
per cent., on on the capital invested.
This is a pretty fat thinsr for the pro
prietors, but as for their workingmen
the wages paid them ($55,476,785) give
only an average of $400. to each man
wherewith to support himself and fami
ly. In consequence of this limited pay,
his sons and daughters are at an early
age placed at hard work in factories.
General Wade Hampton says he nev
er had but one fight, and that was with
a Columbia bully, who attempted to add
him to the number of his conquests. "I
was a good boxer," said the South Caro
lina Senator, "and every time the fel
low rushed at me I floored him. The
lasf lick I gave him broke his thumb.
A policeman came up and arrested me.
When I was pinioned the man rose up,
drew a knife, and was about to rush
upon me. I asked the officer to let me
go and give me his club. He did so.
Armed with. that weapon, I faced the
desnerado. and warned him that tho' I
did not wish to kill him, I would cer
tainly do so if he advanced a step far
ther. He took counsel of his fears, and
prudently retired. I had not a scratch,
but the other man was laid up for three
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lour Holiday Purchases,
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We hiive jut received and offer for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
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EXTRA FINE TEA SETTS, gold, bird and flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces. $12 50,
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PORCELIAN TEA SETT3, plain white, m nice,
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PORCELACs'E DINNER SKTTJ, l-7 pieces, for
$15.00; decorated. 180 pie?, for 55.00. .
BRONZE LAMPS of a 8'ir.yr!T qn ii ty, complete
with shades, at SI 0 worth 52 CO. '
.All Other tioods l:i Propartian.
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CURES WHEN HOT SPRINGS FAIL.
Malvern, Ark., Mar 2. 1881.
We have cases in our town who lived at Hut
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. Ucspectf lly ,
J. BrookMd k Co.
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dls'ensliig PharmscisL
North Tryon 8t,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
New York Tribune and Times, the two
leading Kepublican papers of the coun
t.rv. denounce the nomination of Mr.
Roscoe Conkling as an associate justice pal, Netley. "Preferred to Puilna and Fried-
III I.I1H .lUUICltlC LUU1U O- Uti 114 I iivuuu.
a leading editorial article declares that
Guiteau "has made a Supreme judge as
well as a President," and then assigns
the following reasons why the nomina
tion is "notoriously unfit." First "Mr.
Conkling has no standing at the bar to
entitle him to be even thought of in
connection with the Supreme Bench ;
he has been retained in no cases save
those which came in the way of pay for
political influence, and the appearances
he has made in court have been such as
to provoke the contempt and ridicule of
real lawyers." Second "Mr. Conkling
is unfit for the Supreme Bench, or for
any bench, because he is npt a man of
judicial temper. Everybody, friend and
foe alike, know him as an intense, red
hot partisan, who never sees or can see
more than one side of a question. Such
a man may do good service in some
places, but he is no more fit for judge
than he is for a banknote engraver or a
Sundav school superintendent. Third.
"This nomination is grossly unfit, be
cause it is a flagrant abuse of the ap
pointing power to use the Supreme
Bench to pension a broken down politi
cian who has made himself to the last
degree odious to the people.. If he must
be provided for at the public expense,
it should be after the manner he him
self recommended. This is what he
said about Collector Robertson to Gar
field: 'Send him abroad to some second-class
consulship; and I will go into
the lobby and hold my nose while he is
The New York Times is equally
pointed in its condemnation of the ap
pointement. It says no act of the
President had done so muchs the ap
pointment of Judge Gray, of Mass., as
associate justice to beget confidence in
his motives and purposes as the head
of the national administration, but con
fesses that from Judge Gray to Mr,
Conkling "is a long step downward.and
it will be strange if this latest nomina
tion does not go far toward forfeiting
the respect which the President had
gained by his first judicial selection."
The Times adds: "Mr. Conkling is
certainly not a great jurist ; he is not
even a learned lawyer. Whatever suc
cess he has gained at the bar has been
as an advocate. As to tha judicial
temperament, hardly any man whose
character has been so fully exhibited
before the public has given less evi
dence of it. The most friendly sum
ming up of his qualities wbich should
have a decent regard for truth would
have to admit that, whatever else he
may me, he is not by nature, by study
or by experience a man fit for the exer
cise of judicial functions in the court
of highest jurisdiction and ultimate re
sort in this nation. Hence, without
prejudice, it would have to be conceded
mat tins appointment is conspicuously
one 'unfit to be made.' "
Noith Carolina Railroad.
TRAIX3 GOING EAST.
Memphis, Tenn..May 12, 1881.
We have sold 1 ,296 bottles of S. S. S. In a year.
It has given universal satisfacilon. Fair minded
physicians now recommended It as a positive spe
cific. S. Mansfield & Co.
Louisville, Ky., May 1:1,1881.
S. 8. S. has given better satisfaction than any
medicine I have ever sold. J. A. Flexnkr.
Dallas, Texas, May 14, 1881.
I have seen S. S. S. used In the primary, set-on
dary, and tertiary stages, and In each with tlie
most wonderful effect I have si'en U stop t lie
hair falling out in a very short time 1 advise all
sufferers to take lt and be cured.
W. H. Patterson, Druggist
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA '
When you can get water lust as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. , J H McakEN,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night.
IN order to insure the prompt movements of
local freight from Charlotte the following rules
wUl be enforced on and after this date; Freights
for the Atlantic. Tennessee & Ohio and Richmond
TtnnviiiA vtn.iirna.ds will not be received for shin-
ment after 12 o'clock, but freight for the Char
lotte, Columbia A Augusta and Atlanta & Char
lotte Air Line Railroads -will be received up to 4
o'clock p. m. T. T. SMITH.
feb25 lw Agent
400 TONS HIGH GRADE
Containing 12 to 13 per cent Soluble Phosphoric
Acid. Analysis Guaranteed.
ST- WARRANTED GENUINE, E3
Special Inducements to dealers and la'ge buyers.
CHAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer In Guano and Commission
Merchant, WLmlngton, N. C.
THK Beer Bottling business heretofore conduct
ed in Charlotte toy Cochrane & Munzler has
been this day d S30lved by mutual consent
W. R. COCHBANE,
February 9, 1882. P. C. MUNZLER. .
Date, February lGUi, 1882 No 51 No. 53
, Daily. Daily.
Leave Charlotte H 55 a m o" 5 J i m
" Salisbury 5.51 a ui 8 51 pm
" High Point 7.20 a m 10 44 p m
Arrive Grr-ensboro 8iK)am 1 1.20 p m
Leave wreensboro, 8.25 am
Arrive Hill-boro 11 .04 a m
Arrive Durham 1 1 .48 am
Anive Raieigh I.i5i ro
Leave Baleiah. i .40pm
Anive Goldsboro', 4.20 pm
Washington, D. C , May 2. 1 881.
S S S has p-ivn httr satisfaction than am
medicine we have ever sold?
Scheller & Stevens, Druggists.
Denver, Colorado, May 2. 1881.
Every purchaser speaks in the htehe-t terms c!
S. S. S. L. MEIS-ETF.K
No. 17 Daily except Saturday,
LeaVe Greensboro.. .6.00 p m
Arrive at Kal-iah 8.04 a m
Arrive at Gol-ifcboro, .8.00 a m
No. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
R. R tor all Doints North. East -tnd West, via Dan
ville At Goldsboro with W. & W. K. B, for Wil-.
no. 53 jonnects ai sa is: ury wim w. r. a.
S. for nil nolnts in Western North Carolina; dally
at Greensboro with R. & D. K R. tor all points
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
We have known
Richmond, Virginia, May 11. 1881.
You can refer anybody to ns In regard to toe
ierits of S. S. S. Folk. Miller a .o
Perry, Ga., October. 1880
Swift's S. Specific used in a
great number of cases, many of them old ami ob
stinate, and have nekrer known or heard of a lull
lire to make a permanent cure, when taken properly.
H. L. Dennrd, Eli Wapren.
W. D. NOTTTNGHA t, WE BRCNSON,
Moore & Tdttlb.I T. m. btjtneb, Sheriff.
I am acquainted with the gentlemen whose sig
natures appear to the foregoing. They are men
of high character and standing.
Date, February 19th, 1882
Leave Goldsboro,. . .
Arrive High Point,.
Arrive Salisbury,. .
1 0.20 am
5 23 p m
8.50 p m
9.43 p m
12 50 am
7 25 a m
9 28 am
HAVING boueht out the Interest of Mr. W.
Cochrane in the Beer Bottling business, I will here
after canduct the business, as agent for the Berg
ner & Eugel Company, in Charlotte, and while-re
turning thanks for past patronage, respectfully
solicit favors la the future.
feblO ' C. MUNZOER.
No. 18-DaiIy except Sunday,
. Leave Goldsboro, ..250pm
Arrive at Raleigh,. .7. 10 p m
Leavettaleigh 500 am
Arrive Greensboro, 2.20 p m
No. KO -Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Air
T.i n ror all nolnts in the South and touthwest.
and with C, C. A. R. R. for all points South and
No. 52 connects at nariotte witu a. s u Air-
T.lno for all noiuts South and Southwest: at Char
lotte with u., o. A. k. t. lor an poinis soum ana
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro - 9.20 p m
Arrive Keraersvtlle 1 0. 6 p m
Arrive Salem 11.20 P m
NO. s 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8.30 a m
Anive Kemersville H.4iam
Arrive Salem 10.15 a m
NO. 51 Daily, except aunday.
Leave Salem.-! 5.1 5 a m
Arrive KernorsvKle 5.50 a m
Arrive Greensboro.. 7 JM a m
wo. 53 uany. .
Leave Salem 6.00 p m
Arrive Keraersvilte...; ...1..,.. . 6.40 p in
Arrive Greensboro 8.00 p m
8TATB UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
IS NO HUITIBUG.
If yon doubt, come and we cure you, or ciuv
you nothing. Write for particulars, and w
the little book "Message to the Unfortunate, ask
any leading drug house in the unitea -
to our character. .,,..
$1,000 REWARD will bt paid 10 any
who will flod, on analysis of lOO bottles of a b s.,
one particle of Mercury, Iodide Potassium or anf
Mineral suns tance. bwu i Drir
Proprietors, Aiiaum, u
Sold by drugKists everywhere.
OT- Price of the large or regular size redncea i
SI. 75 per bottle, and small, holding nan ujc
Quantity, price $1 per bottle.
K KIINN N GGG
K K II N N N G G
K K TIN NNG GG
K KUN NN GGO
DDD A T T
Tk n AA i i
n n A A Y Y
D D AAA
DDD A A
A new supp'y
of the3e famous Clgar.4
been received, at
It is useless to tell those who have ever vm
them why they are called the "KING," and if J
will only give tliem a trial lt will not pe nece"
TO 'I E 1. 1. YOU
enuAi tnatftiimanta nf qo and 1 20 days, bond and
itood security belns reaulred of the purchaser for I 4nya nt nrtann life.
tha tnotallmanta . T. si. v ;V' , . ... j" I v C"" . -. :u1 S
i The Otncera wno are respuuaiuio iut
this ' treatment of Sergt. Masoa are
ouite indignant at the publications be
ma msiaumenui. c
Also, at the same time and ' place the under
signed, a Receiver, will sell FOB CASH, the fol
lowing articles ot personal properly, viz; 3 mules,
2 wagons and harness, lot of dyes and Jye stuffs,
the material now In process of manufacture,- eon
sunns of warps: plaids and yams. : Also, a small
. m , 1 L. Jl.. k Waa.m
STOCK OI general morcuauuu cvugisuug ui uwiai
shoes, dry eoods. bacon and such other articles ot
groceries and dry goods as are really sent in a
country store. , - . J0HNOOBB,.j at
Tanntr? 24th 1822. -fr "" ' Receiver. ...
January tn, ic- i,t. . lt,Mlntollf Nt ,
Jan2ttfi " 1
rnr mori t and aav he iaonlv a common
soldier. It is not unlikely that an in-
1 vestieatron or me.mawerrwm w iuu
what better than a convicted assas-
lin. - - : ' i
A Lucky miller wno win Grind Sat
- nrdays. . - '. ;.;
Mr. L M. Davii, of .Morning Ban, waa the bolder
of ticket No. 76,096, the capital prize of January
drawing h toe Louisiana estate Lottery. It is a
severe shock to receive information .that 830,000
Is subject to - command, j- He was arranging his
mlU machinery, bntlt did not unnerve bird, how
ever... Be took lt coolly and made use ot the oft
quoted maxim: Tool for rock?' etc Mr; Davis
is fifty-two years of age; baspeea a citizen of the
COUntV xOftV-nriA mori hat fl famUv.Blfa .nil .It
children and Is a useful and honorable citizen ot
his neighborhood. - He farms; keeps a small stock
or. merchandise, and runs a steam Kin and mill at
Moping sun, Tenn. Wien asked if - he would
JJJ Saturday he replied, "a usual." Hels
551H8. numerous letters asking loans as high
as $5,000. WeU, old fellow, we never thought
when we drank buttermilk (?) out of the same
canteen eighteen years ago .with you that such &
fate awaited you.-Mempb.ls (Term ) Avalanche.
;'- FOR SALE.
A"'tsrRABLX residence, three blocks from the
J. nnhlic sonare in Charlotte, will be sold cheap
and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a
purchaser. The dwelling Is on a full lot; has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well of wa
ter, etc. The house Is admirably adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having
an admirable library or study room, .built foe the
purpose. For rurtnsr particulars, price, terms.
eta; apwy at . - this uiririuis.
GOING NORTH. Dally
Leave Chapel Hill, 7 80 a m
Arrive University, 8.20 a m
Arrive Raieigh IQ-lSam
" ' Ho. 2,
GOING SOUTH.. Dai y
' ex. Sunday.
Leave RaleiKh, 830 pm
Arrive University .,. 5. 1 5 P m
Arrive Chapel mil. 6. 15 P m
Pickled Tripe,- Pigs Feet and Cod fi
rrnHK Lot on the comer of Ninth street aha the
A North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feet on
junta street and Via feet on the North- Carolina
Railroad., will either be sold as a whole or divided
Into two lots of 70 by 198 feet, Suitable either fox
funding or lactory purposes. Apply to
-Pom Mmi Cars iMtCu:
nn rvoin na Kf Kw Vork and Atlanta Via Wash-
.Ington and Daavile, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52. BIchmond and Charlotte and
Waahlceton and Charlotte via Danville. r ,
r-TiiTmich TictAts nn Rale at Greensboro',
; waiPiffh. Gnidsbora. SailaburT and Charlotte, and
all prlnclpai points South, Southwest, West; North
and nasi, r vr xmigrani ksxcs w iMuniau, iw-
as, Arkansas and the Bouthwess, omra
- A. POJra,
:. .. . - . finnertd Passeneer Agenc
feb2$ : , ! ? i. MMtT'''
FIVJ! Car Loads ot corn, two ear ioau - sa)t.
two car loads of ByroDs, one car loo t)r
Sugar, Coffee and Bacon, and Towcw-.g
. m.-L.,n ; f TSTot Annr tn T,. W. t)l"uv
UCUlV wi -