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DOBBINS' STARCH POLISH,
An Important dis
covery, by which
every family may
give their linen
ish peculiar to
Ask your Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia,
Sole Ag't, Charlotte
4. 4, MS TOM,
Tinware & House Furnishing Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
S3?- WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Particular att ration paid to
TJOOFIXG AN!) SPOUTING.
None 't first class bands employed. Call for tne
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.
TlXXi IS ST03E ONE THE
GGG RRR OO CCO EEE RRR IT EEE oSS
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Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
Ev .r offered In this market. Don't buy until you
examine our Btock and Prices.
-J, CAB LOAD3 WHITE CORN,
CAB LOADS YELLOW CDRN,
1 000 BAREELS FLUB.
500 SACK3 C0FfEK
2QQ BABBEL3 MO S3 S3.
JQQ BARRELS SUGAR,
100 B3XE3 BACON,
gQ PACKAGES LABO,
2QQ 'BOXES SOAP,
2QQ PACKAGES MACKEREL,
100 BOXES CRACKERS,
25 B0XE3 .CHEESE, &Z.
100 Barrels Just from the Mill.
SPRINGS & BURWELL.
By making your purchases for cash at the Variety
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a LAMP, or a pair of SUSPENDERS, a set of
PLATES, or a COR3ET, a covered DISH, or a box
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TBX SET, or a TIN PAN, a BOWL and PITCHES
or pair of SPITTOON3, or ALMOST ANYTHING
COJIE AND SEE
how cheap they can be bought. The biggest box
of BLACKING for 5 cents in the city: '
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VOLTAIC BEIT CP., XanhaU, Kioh.
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.
Avery, Judge, and dated the 7th day of January,
1882, the undersigned, as Receiver, 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 OP MARCH, 1882,
ftlA fnllnorinflp VAMinhlA vtwinAvtw in-nit. ThA
j Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the Cotton
factory oi saia uiiawDa joanuiactunng company,
located 8 miles from the W. N. C, B B.; 8 miles
from Catawba Station on said railroad; 11 miles
from Statesvllle, and 5 miles West from Trout
man's Depot on the A., T. AOR.R.; mcluduig
87 acres of land on the South side of the Catawba
Blver, 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" 50x20 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 picker, 1 86-inch double beater and tapper, 7
87-lnch 14-top Jenk's flat cards, 1 Asa Lee 18-lnch
delivery drawing frame, 1 20-strand list speeder
(9-inch bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,056 spin
dles (Brldesburg make), also spoolers, warper,
qulllers, beamers, 4c, 42 new and most Improv
ed plaid looms (80 Brldesburg 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 puts of the build
ing furnished with steam-Dines to warm the build
ing, supplied with steam from a 20-horse power
All the property, buildings, machinery, &c, In
good condition and in eood reDair. ' -
Also, on the Northern side of the river. Imme
diately opposite the factory and adjoining the
river and the Shoal, which extends across.1 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with solid
rock foundation. The head of the water on the
Southern side, on which la the Factory, is about
fi feet. -
For more accurate and definite description of the
property and conditions of the .sale, reference is
maoetothe decree in the above stated case.1'
The terms of said sale will be 20 Der cent of the
purchase money in cash, and the remainder in
eaual installments of 00 and 120 days, bond and
vood security being required of the purchaser for
the installments. - r
Also, at the same time and nlace the under
signed, as Receiver, will sell FOit JCA8.H. the fol- 1
lowing articles of personal properly, viz: 2 mules, J
o nauui auu uwus, ivk ua ujss uiu obuixp,
the material how in process of manufacuire. eom-
slstlng of warps, plaids and yarns. - Also, a small
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other, articles of
groceries anaary goo as as are usuauy. jcepc m
country store. , .JQB.IfcCOBar-
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' THURSDAY", MARCH 2, 1882.,
- i '3-
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
THE TUSSLE OVER : THE" SIXTH
Cooper's Nomination "Drags its Slow
Length Along He May Go Through
and He MayNotBlaine's Address
A Murder Trial That May Interest
Some North Carolinians--Postal .and
Washington, D. C, Feb. 28. Tbjos.
N. Cooper was nominated by the Presi
dent on the 7th of Febiuary fpr collec
tor of the Sixth internal revenue dis
trict of North Carolina. Nearly a
month has passed and Mr. Cooper still
remains unconfirmed. This is a most
remarkable case and shows what in
fluence, when properly directed, can ef
fect. At the beginning of Congress
Cooper was in the field ready to step
into Mott's shoes. Mr. Jenkins, to puri
fy the Republican party, as he said, be
came a candidate. A factional fight
immediately developed which was
waged with much bitterness. In the
meantime delegations in the interest of
both parties poured in from North Car
olina. The celebrated independent
contingent" came here in the interest of
Mott, Cooper & Co., and while here al
lowed their mouths to "go off" prema
turely. The President became disgust
ed with the element dunning after of
fice and gave notice that a compromise
must be effected. It was partly patched
up and as a result Seymour was nomi
nated and confirmed as judge, with the
understanding that Buxton, whom he
shoved off the track, should have the
nomination for governor again if he
wanted it, and it was not deemed ad
visable to place an independent ticket
in the field. The Democrats here were
surprised that Seymour should get in,
not that he was not an able and honest
judge, but that in taking him out of the
held they tooK out a man who oeiore
the people could, perhaps, have beaten
any Democrat put up. There was, of
course, no opposition to bis confirma
tion. It is different with Cooper. He
represents the basest element of South
ern Republicanism. As a disciple of
Mott, he would not, it is believed, hesi
tate to use the revenues that came into
his hands against the Democracy. "It
seems to me," said a strong Cooper fol
lower the other day, "that your side is
making a mistake in your war on Coop
er. 1 ou are ngnting mm as tnougn tne
success of your party depended upon
his k defeat You over estimate his
strength." It is, however, an open se
cfet that if Cooper is confirmed, he and
his crowd are going to strain every
nerve to wrest tne two congressional
districts now represented by Maj. Dowd
and Col. Armtleld from the Democrats.
It was even stated that it was their
ability to do this that had weight
enough with the President to secure
Cooper's nomination. As a consequence
Senator Vance and Messrs. Armfield
and Dowd are taking an active interest
in the matter. So far the dread result
of his confirmation has been fought off
and it may be defeated altogether, but
that is a matter or conjecture ana spec
ulation. The Senate is Republican
with D. Davis, Esq., and Democratic if
he deserts them. Senator Mahone, of
course, favors all Republicans, and like
the Tammany Democrats, is a better
Republican than the Republicans them
selves. If, therefore, the question can
be worked into such interest as to mar
shal the parties as foes, all will depend
on D. D. It is not, however, likely that
this can be accomplished. Looking at
the matter in a general way, and recog
nizing from the events of the past,4,hat
where elections are close the Republi
cans are usually successful, I would say
that Cooper will creep in.
Ulaine s address on (Jar held is the
one absorbing topic or conversation to
day. Your readers have already pe
rused his masterly production by this
time and formed their opinion of its
menfs. Here it is regaraea as a nne
piece of composition, with some sly
digs at the Stalwarts, but on the whole
a fair, able and concise presentation of
his subject. If his vanity was not tick
led at the distinguished audience that
gave him its attention, then indeed
must he be beyond vanity, for a more
distinguished gathering of American
representative men and women never
assembied in one hall before. The toil
ets of the ladies were simply superb,
while the gentlemen wore regulation
dress suits. President Arthur was a
study. He sat, most of the time, with
his eyes fixed on the speaker. Occa
sionally, as if weary, he would glance
around the hall at the packed galleries.
"When Blaine reached his peroration the
President became visibly affected and
buried his face in his handkerchief. It
took one hour and twenty minutes to
deliver the address which in every way
sustains the speaker's reputation as an
orator, a scholar and a statesman.
It has been mentioned in the course
of these letters that the trial of John
T. Christmas for the murder of his
brother-in-law Whitney, would begin
in a few days. This trial possesses
some interest to North Carolinians, in
asmuch as Mr. Christmas for many
years was a practicing lawyer in the
town of Warrenton, Warren county.
Throughout that section he has an ex
tensive connection. During the war
Christmas, who then was a man of
dashing appearance, with the title of
lieutenant-general, was on Gen. Wade
Hampton's staff. Afterwards he settled
down in Warrenton, and it was here
that he became acquainted with Miss
Gaines, a charming daughter of Mrs.
Myra Clark Gaines, the famous litigant,
Mrs. Gaines, it is said, opposed the
match, but not to be baffled by such a
slight obstacle as a parent's objection,
the couple ran off and were married.
They returned to Warrenton in a short
time, the breach was healed and about
six years ago Mr. and Mrs. Christmas
came to Washington and took apart
ments with Mrs. Gaines. In the same
house lived Mr. Whitner, a son of Mrs.
Gaines by a former husband. Mrs.
Christmas died soon after her removal
here and Mrs. Gaines became much at
tached to the children of her deceased
daughter. This is alleged to have an
gered Whitney, who was of a jealous
disposition, and last summer, after
some words, Whitney attacked Christ
mas, who in self-defense shot him dead.
Christmas has been out on bail ever
since and the probabilities are that he
will be acquitted. The principal wit
ness in the case is the venerable.Dr.
Wheat, who for years was professor of
logic and rhetoric at the University of
North Carolina. His daughter m arried
Mr. Shober, now chief clerk of the
United States Senate. Distinguished
in her youth for her beauty and charm
ing manners, her married life seems
but to have mellowed both, adding a
new charm.- Mrs. Shober fs the life of
a large circle of Southerners at the
Thfl commission of W M. Powell as
Ftoostmaster at Powellsyulle, N. C, has
Ha on forwarded.- " - '
A new office at Boston, Wayne co.,:
N; C. with Chas D. Brown as postmas
LCI, Lino j .
A change in Star service schedule
frnm Marshall to Slackville has been
ordered so as to. leaye Marshall Mon
Aa Wfidnesdavav and Pridays at 7 a.
m and arriye -tvSlackyille by ,13 m,;
leave Slackville same aays at A; p. m.,
and arrive, at Marshall by ,e p. m. , , s
:-ZZZ . .PERSONAL NOTES.. tft
;j Senator? Vance ; and i Bepresentative
Scales were present, at a dinner given
by Senator Brown,- ot Georgia, at the"
Metropolitan Hotel last week.
4 Dr.. - Metti -of the ! political firm of
Mott and Cooper, has returned home,
confirmation. Mr; Coopet ia still here,
and if he waits until he is confirmed it
la likely that he will remain here for
some time. ?' "Pjcktjp.
Lumberton . Eobesoman : . Several
mad dogs have been reported in differ
ent sections of the county, ..Up. to this
date . no persons . ha been attacked.
Several cows, hogs and other nimals
reported to have Deen bitten, have died
from' the effects of the poiaon. , A good
shot gun is the best remedy for a crazy
Raleigh News & Observer? There
are nineteen life saving stations on the
North Carolina coast
The colored men of North Carolina
will hold a State convention in Golds
boro on the 29th of March.
We have received here this season
48,158 bales of cotton.
Died, at her residence in Neuse town
ship, on Sunday last of consumption,
Miss Jennie Paschal, aged about 27
Deputy Marshal Jenks arrested and
Drought to this city Uaston tteorge and
Adolphns Burgess, white, who were
eaugnt passing counterfeit money in
Apex Friday night. They were yester
day tried before United States Commis
sioner" Purnell and held for further ex
amination. Gov. Jarvis has received- and accept
ed the resignation of Hon. A, S. Sey
mouftas Superior Court Judge of this
district It is understood that this week
that talented and admired gentleman,
Maj. H. A. Gilliam, will be appointed
to fill the vacancy. Maj. Gilliam's ap
pointment will give universal and
Durham Plant: Washington Davis,
formerly a resident of ChapeL Hill, but
who recently moved near Durham, in
the last drawing of the Louisiana State
Lottery, drew a prize of $12,000 m cash.
He is doubtless happier than he was a
few months since. It is better to be
born lucky than rich.
Greensboro Patriot: Guilford county
raises more barley than the whole State
of North Carolina.
Last week, Mr. Aldrige who lives on
ly a few miles from town, came up to
get a coffin for the body of a neighbor,
Mr. Job. He was driving two horses,
and on the way back home they became
frightened and ran away, tearing' the
waeon and its contents to nieces. Mr.
Aldrige received injuries on the back
and spme from which he died in a few
bt Barnabas Episcopal church came
near being destroyed by fire Sunday
morning last The sexton left a bun
dle of -rich pine on the furnace in the
basement of the church. The heat from
the furnace ignited the pine which be
ing only a few feet from the floor of the
church, ignited the sleepers. It was dis
covered a few. minutes after service
commenced by the smoke nassine
through the floor of the chancel. It
was extinguished without much loss.
but broke up the morning service.
Ravages of the Woods Fires.
A large area of country east of the
city has been swept by the Ores which
have been recently raging in the woods.
A good deal of fencing has been de
stroyed and many turpentine tree3
burned. We regret to know that the
old Mosquito Hall burying ground, lo
cated in the midst of a fine grove, some
three miles beyond the city limits.
has suffered materially from the rava
ges of the fire, nearly all the enclosures
arid head-boards to the graves havine
either been badly burned or totaly de
stroyed. We would advise persons who
may have friends or relatives buried
there and who may desire to preserve
from oblivion the knowledge of the ex
act whereabouts of the loved ones, to
take steps at once to have the burned
head-boards re-placed. The locality of
the burying ground, which contains
quite a number of graves, is now as
complete a scene of desolation as oue
could well imagine.
A Tough Old Tarheel.
Francis Ray, an aged citizen of this
county, is in many respects, a remarka
ble man. . lie lives at Oaks, near the
Orange county line. He is eighty years
old and weighs two hundred pounds.
lie was never conhned to his bed an
hour by sickness. He never took but
one dose of medicine, and never failed
to eat a meal on account of sickness.
When a young man, he won a ten dol
lar prize for cutting and splitting three
hundred oak rails, in a competitive
match, between sunrise and sunset. As
soon as the contest was ended, he en
gaged in a shooting match with the
same competitor, and won ten dollars
more. They then shot again for a gal
lon of brandy, which Ray also won.
He doesn't engage in such contests
now ; but he is a hale and hearty old
man, with the prospect of living a num
ber of years.
"New York and Baltimore Transportation Co." f
Havlas been troubled for some time with a bad
cough, I had occasion to try a bottle of Dr. Bull's
cough syrup. In less than 24 hours, I was entire
ly relieved. I recommend this medicine to all my
friends for I shall not be without it in my family.
A Healthy state.
Peonle are constantly chaneinsr their homes
from Bast to West and from North to South or
vice versa, in search of a healthy State. It they
would learn to be contented, and to use the cele
brated Kidney-Wort when sick they would be much
better off. The whole system can be kept in a
healthy state by this slmDle but effectual remedy.
Bee large adv.
Premature Low of Hair
May be entirely prevented by the use of BUR
NETT'S COCOAINK. No other compound pos
sesses the peculiar properties which so exactly
suit the various conditions of the human hair. It
softens the hair when harsh and dry. It soothes
f.Yia IrrttatArfT ba.1i, Tf affAivid ftia iHaHaci InatrA. It
ww LIVUI f A. QUUlUg IMAV ..www.
prevents the hair from tailing off. It promotes its
neaitny, vigorous rovth. It is not greasy nor
sticky. It leave no disagreeable odof. It kills
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are knwn to be the
Attendants on tne Siclt
should frennenti mh a row drnna of Darbvs Pro
phylactic Fluid on their face and hands, especially
when nursing those sick with Infectious diseases.
Articles used on or about the sick should be disin
fected and the atmosphere oMhe sick room puri
fied and vitalized by using the Fluid. Its effect is
marvelous in checking the speed of contagious
FOR SALE OR RENT.
TH sew -and commodious "residence
, JtF by" T, Butler, on Tryon Street, Milf
Jusyond . the track of the A. T. 4 O. JR. JJaiL
JfcCo, Oood bargain. Appiyto
1 A Oil TOOm hvna srtth mM nM tint
SKiJfi'J?1 wateri nd a two room kitchen ;
ten mlnntaa mail.
Apply to - , VAT.T1ER
. tiu a u. uib iiiiuiin Niniim.
fltt - " " -"
ABIX Boom. House and Base- ;
meat. five, mlnnlu ,aiaUr nf i .
"3.iuare. Apply to
At Pegram 4008.
7 X .- ;
LIQUID FOOD,-Boberts'.Ertract of ftalt and
Meat recommended by Dr.r J - Marlon Sims,
Of New York. , Bold, by . . WILSON &;B,fJBWLL.
WE HAVE ?
f N Store some fine French Brandy Guaranteed
lpure, . WILSON & BTJBWBLL.
FOUR AND FIVE
TJOT English tooth Brushes ot the best quality;
XV i- WILSON 4 BOB WELL, ,
. : ; Druggists, -
ESSENCE of Jamaica Ginger. A fresh arrival
at WILSON 4BDBWELL'S
. nn ' ' Prog Store.
(HYDRA TED OIL.)
TONIC Digestive and highly Nutritive. Sold by
WILSON & BURWELL.
FLESH GLOVE3, at .
WILSON 4 BUR WELL'S
febl8 . Drug Store.
Both Foreigu and Domestic, .
Just Received, at
Dr.J.H.McAden sDriiff Store
From Saratoga Springs, N. T. A new water re
sembling l he Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natal Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia. ,
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
1 0 CASES BOCK BK1DGE ALUM,
0 CASKS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT -EUROPEAN NOVELTY
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Does: A wine fcl&aa full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hxmjt,&l Janos. Bai m Llebig af
firms that Its richness in aperient satis surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi "anos.
The most agreeable, safvsst, and most t , .caclous
Prof. Virchow, Berlin. "Invariably g.d and
prompt success; most valuable."
rqf. Bamberger, Vienna "I have -scribe"?!
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
but this "
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. 7)., F. R ft., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D., F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. 'Preferred to Puiina and Xried
richshalL" JOHN II.
Importing and Dispensing PL -;,ri -owi
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it Cows 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. Mca DEN,
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 4 Ohio and Richmond
4 Danville Railroads will not be received for ship
ment after 12 o'clock, but freight for the Char
lotte, Columbia 4 Augusta and Atlanta 4 Char
lotte Alr-Llne Railroads will he 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.
Special inducements to dealers and large buyers.
CIIAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer la Guano. and Commission
Merchant, Wilmington, N. a
rjAHB Beer Bottling business heretofore conduct
JL ed in Charlotte by Cochrane 4 Munzler has
been this day d ssolved by mutual consent
W. B. COCHRANE,
February 9, 1882. F. C. MUNZLER.
HAVING bought out the interest of Mr. W. B.
Cochrane in the Beer Bottling business, I will here
after conduct the business, as agent for the Berg
ner 4 Eugel Company, in Charlotte, and while re
turning thanks for past patronage, respectfully
solicit favors in the future.
feblO F. C. MUNZLER,
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, terms,
etc apply at r . THIS OFFICE. .
. lulygftdtf , , , , , , v .0
A T3Lot ifer :SaIe; eap.; ;;; ; ;
THE Lot on the corner of Ninth street And the
1 North Carolina Railroad,, fronting 140 feet a
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Carolina
Railroad; will either be sold as a whole or divided
Into two lots of 70 by 1 96 feet ' Suitable either for
oiKHng or Jactpry purposes. Apply to :
est table, imlendaii etc..: fient to any address on
receipt of two Thbsb-oehx- Stamps. Address
; i , CHARLES B. BlttJES.
;U ; j ,. 48 N-Delaware Ave. Phlla.
REWARDJ foe any case of
Blind Bleeding, Itching,
ulcerated, or protruding
ai.iT ,ioin;u street, rniiaoaipnia, pa.
None genuine without his 'signature. Send for
circular.! Sold br druggists ana country 6tores. si.
M ' WEBAl AWARDED
the Author. A now and ffreiu Med
iml Work, WMTntei the best and
cheapest, indispensable to every
nan,ent jUed "the Science of life
2r,i"i&e?FTation :" bound in
g,?rt.)'h muslin, emboaued,
fpU giltOO pp.oontms beautiful
Bteel tnmnnn 10 r- .
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pul Illustrated sam pla. 6 cents ;
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WM. SIMPSON & SONS'
; ; Mourning, second mourning
' SOLID BLACKS,
FANCY DRESS PRINTS
The EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
one of the largest and most complete estab
lishments in the country.
THE EXPERIENCE OF HALF A
has enabled them to attain such perfection
that they can with confidence ask you to test
the quality of their work. They carefully
avoid all poisonous drugs, make only fast col
ors, which are thoroughly washed in hot water
and soap, thereby removing anything which
would, stain underclothing.
Those who buy and wear their prints will,
they feel confident, find them superior in dur
ability j artistic style and finish. Be sure and
ask for their goods, and see that their marks
and tickets are on them.
We have just received and offer for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decoration, 56 pieces, $10.00, worth
EXTRA FINK TEA SETTS, gold, bird and flower
decoration combined, 41 pieces, $ 12.50,
worth 18 00.
PORCELIAN TEA SKTT3, plain white, very nice,
44 pieces, S5.00.
POECELAIKE DINNER SKTTy. H,7 pieces, for
815.00; decorated, ISO piece?. for:35.00.
BRONZE LAMPS of a s:in'riur uuahty, complete
with shades, at S I 00, worth 2 00.
All Oilier Goods in Proportion.
WHOLESALE aud KETA1L.3
: :-: 'elf i,i!y.
U. i'i 'J0f.il
Koiih Carolina Railroad.
TR.MKS GOING EAST.
Date. February 19th, 182 ! No 51
" High Point
h n.i a mi t 5o p i
5.;-. tans! s p m
7.20 a m il' ;4 p m
8.i0 a in;ii.2 p m
Leave -reensboix), 8.25 a m
1 1.04 a m
1 1 AH a m
1. 1 5 p m
1.40 p ni
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro. . .fi.00 p m
Arrive at Kalplgh, 3.04 a m
Arrive at Golosboro, ..8.00 a m
No. 51 Connects at Greehsboro' with R & D.
B. R. for all points North, East and West, via Dan
villa At Goldsboro with W. & W. R, R. for Wil
mington. No. 53 Connects at Salisi ury with W. N. C. R
R. for all points in Western North Carolina; daily
at. Greensboro with R. & D. H. R. for all points
North, East and West
: TRAINS GOING WEST
Date, February 191h, 1882.
Arrive High Point
1 0.20 a m
5.23 p m
6.07 p m
9.43 p m
12.50 a m
725 a m
8 06 am
11.20 a nvj
No. 18-Dally except Sunday, t
Leave Goldsboro,.. 2.50 p m I
Arrive at Raleigh,.. 7.10 p m
Leave Raleigh 5.00 am
' Arrive Greensboro,. 2 20 pm
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Alr
Llne for all points In the South and Southwest,
and with C, C. & A. R R. for all points South and
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Alr
Llne for all points South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with C, C. & A. R. B, for all points south and
IV. W. IV. C. RAILROAD.
' GOING WEST.
NO. 50 Dal y.
Leave Greensboro.... 9.20 pm
Arrive Kernersv Hie 10.B6 pm
Ainve Salem '. 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday."
Leave Greensboro 8.30 am
Arilve Kernersille 9,41 a m
Arrive Salem 10.15 a m
NO. 51 Dailyrexcept Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 am
Arrive Kemersvl.le..... 5.50am
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 am
Leave Salem .' 6.00 p m
Arrive KeiDe-svlilo. ......... ...... 6.40 p m
Arrive Greensboro v.; 8.00 pm
NO 1 ,
Leave Chapel Hill,. .
Arrive Raleigh, .....
7.80 a m
8.20 a m
10.15 a m
Arrive University, . . . .
8 80 p m
6.15 p m
-PaHiuaii SleeBing Cars Witliont aaiip
On Train No.' 50, New York and Atlanta via Wash
lngtonand Danville, and between Greensboro and
Charleston. . ,
' On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington andChartotte via Danville, ; , .; v-.
" laThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro'.
Baleteh.'GokterxwoVSattaburrand Charlotte, ana
all principal points South, Southwest, West, North
ana East. For Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex?
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address, -V
. A. POPE,
' i : f ' Qeneral Passenger Agent" 1
feb23? yVj. ,. Richmond, 7a,
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DO If Fi
TO CALL AT
BEFOBB YOU MAKE
We wl not here attempt
. t0 enumerate what we have
but if you' will call we will satlsry you that
the finest. assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Dianinr mhot. t
- , , juu ouy or nd
A fine lot of
of all desclptlons, Just received. RemmJ
none can nnrier-hnv i,u h . c"1BmDtt
i "o, u uune can
under sell us.
Cures that Most Loathsome Disease
Whether In Us
Primary, secondary, or tertiary st;iga. Remoies
an traces ot mercury rrom tne system. Cures
ecroiuia. oia sores, rneumatisin. eczema,
catarrh, or any b'.ood disease.
Hear the Witnesses.
CUBES WHE HOT SPBINGS FAIL.
Malvern. Ark.. Ma? 2. 1881.
We have cases In our town who lived at Hot
bprlngs and were finally cured with S. 8. s.
McCammon & Muert.
Memphis, Tenn., May 12, 1881
we. have sold 1 .iHiit bottles of S. 8. S. in h Tear.
It has given universal satisfaction. Fair minded
physicians now recommended it as a tiositive spe
cific, s. Mansfield & Co.
Louisville, Ky., May 13, 1881.
S. S. S. has given better satisfaction than any
medicine I have ever sold. J. A. Flexnek.
Dallas, Texas, May 14, 1881.
I have seen S. S. S. used in the primary, seenn
dary. and tertiary stages, and in each with ibe
most wonderful effect. I have s"en it stop tlie
hair falliug out In a very short time I advie all
sufferers to take it and oe cured
W. EL Patterson, Druggist.
. Washington, D. C . May 2. 1X81.
S. S. S. has given better satisfaction than an;
medicine we have eve' sold.
fcCKELLER & Stevens, Drupgists.
Denver.-Colorado, May 2. 1881.
Every purchaser speaks In the highest terms c!
S. S. S. L. Meissetkk.
Richmond, Virginia, May 11. 1881.
You can refer anybody to us In regard to the
merits ot S. S. S. Polk. Millek & co.
Perry, Ga,, October. 1880
We have known Swift's S. Specific used in a
great number of cases, many of tbem old and obstinate,-
and have never known or heard of a fail
ure to make a permanent cure, when fatten prop
erly. H. L. Dennard, Eli Wapren,
W. D. , Nottingham, Wm. Brunson,
Moore & Tuttle, T. M. Butner, Sheriff.
I am acquainted with the gentlemen whose sig
natures appear to the foregoing. They are mtD
of high character and standing.
A. EL Colquitt, Gov. of Georgia
IS IfO HUMBUG,
If you doubt, come and we cure you, or charge
you nothing. Write for particulars, and copy oi
the little book. "Message to the unfortunate." ask
any leading drug house In the United States u
to our character.
$1,000 BE WARD will be paid to any chemist
who will And, on analysis of 1 00 bottles of ri.S.a.,
one particle of Mercury, Iodide Potassium or any
Mineral substance. 8 WIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Proprietors, Atlanta, oa.
Sold by druggists everywhere.
r Price of the large or regular size reduced to
81.75 per bottle, and small, holding hall the
quantity, price $1 per bottle.
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A new supply of these famous Cigarj have Jus
been received, at
It is useless to tell those who have ever smoked
them why they are called the "KING," and if you
will only give them a ferial It will not be necessy
TO TEC I, YOU.
Pickled Tripe, Pigs Feet and Cod Fi
S, M ; HOWELL'S.
FVE Car Loads of Com, two car loads of FlDr
two car loads ot Syrups, one car load of j":
Sugar; Coffee and Bacon, and: Tobacco, now 1U
sale at CUTHBSBT80N A BAKEB'S.
Your Holiday Purchases
This Great Specific