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An Important dis
covery, ty wliich
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to
Ask yoar Grocer.
J. B. DOBBINS, Philadelphia,
CHAS. E. JONES,
a. l mm
Tinware & House Furaishiosr Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
-WHOLESALE and BSTAIL.I
Particular attention paid to
HOOFING AND SPOUTING.
None nut first5lass hands employed. Call tor the
BARLEY SHEAF STOVE.
HAVS IN STOBE ONE F THE
GOO RRR OO CCO FEB RRR II REE RSS
O GRKOOOOK R K II K
O RRR O O O EK RRR II EE
OGGRROOOOE R R II E sg
GOG R R OO OCO EEE R R II EKE DSSS
Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
Erer offered In this market Don't buy until you
examine our Stock and Prices.
CORN iSE OATS.-
- J CAB LOADS WHITE CORN,
-JQ CAR LOAD3 YELLOW CORN,
1 000 BAEEELa FLtfH.
500 8ACK3 corFEB'
2QQ BARRELS MO S3E3,
100 BARRELS SUGAR,
100 B3XE3 BACON,
lQ PACKAGES LARD,
200 BOXE? SOAP,
200 PACKAGES MACKEREL,
100 B0XES CSi
2g BOXES CHEESE, &C '
100 Barrels Just from the Mill.
SPRINGS &! BURY ELL.
llll I! INTER!
By making your purchases for cash at the Variety
Store, under Traders' National Bank. If you want
a LAMP,; or a pair' of SUSPENDERS, a set of
PLATES, pr a CORSET, a covered DISH, or a box
of BLUE, TOILET SET, or a pair of HOSE, a
JZJL SET, OT a TIN PAN, a BOWL and PITCHER
or pair Of SPITTOONS, or ALMOST ANYTHING
COIT1E AND SEE .
bow cheap they can be bought. The biggest box
of BLACKING for 5 cents in the city.
0. M. ETHEREDGE.
. a uunnn RESTORED
ATioumw vu-vr.nhcod. etc-
tare Decay, Kervoos tteWJ"7.
LJZTwiLi in vain every kn
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J Why suffer Bilious pains nd aches!
bj l tij tormentea mm rues, .onsiipsuoni
fq Why frightened OTcr disordered Kidneys!
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VOLTAIC BELT CXarahall, Xicb.
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 Hen. A 0.
Avery, Judge, and dated the 7th day of January,
188'i the. undersigned, as Rxcxivbb. will sell at
Sublic sale at the cotton Factory of the Catawba
anufacturlng Company, on the Catawba River,
la Catawba county, on ,,.
MONDAY, THE 6TH BAY OF MARCH, 1882,
rha fnllrwlnar vain a Ma nmntirfv tA-xrtf ta
w mrmmw mjwwwiv yivyvt W AS A UO
t Granite Shoals, In Catawba county, and the Gotten
factory or saia uitawoa manutacturinK company,
located 8 miles from the W. N. c. R. R.: mii
irom uatawua eiaaon on aaia rauroaa; n miles
from Statesvliie, and 5 miles West from Trout
man's Depot on the A., T. k O. R. B.; Including
o i acres 01 lauu on tue ooum siae oi ine caiawoa
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 storehouse, 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.
bitrj luuuvviuB lUttuuuior ux uiv Baia JD aCWTj, VIZ
1 picker. 1 U6-lnch double beater and larmer. 7
o mcn x4-iop densrs nai cams, l ABaiiee lM-inc
delivery drawing frame. 1 20-etrand list sneedi
frame, 1 20-etrand list speeder
(9-lncn bobbins), 8 spinning frames, 1,056 spin-
cues (iinaesDurg mane), also spoolers, warper,
and with warps ready to start up. - Dye house and
sizing machinery of the most lmnroved style with
vats and vessels comDlete. All Duts of the build
ing furnished with steam-pipes to warm the build
ing. Buppuea wun steam irom a zu-nerse power
ouuer. ... ,
All the property, buildings, machinery, 4c, in
good condition and in good repair.
. Also, on the Northern side of the river. Imme
diately opposite the Factory and adjoining Che
river ana the Bhoal, which extends across. 21
acres of land, with a fine water-power with solid
rock foundation. .The head of the water on the
Boatnern siae, on wmon is . tne factory, is about
8 feet . , "
For more accurate and definite descriDtlon of the
property and conditions of the- sale, reference is
mane 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
eaual installments of 90 and 120 days, bond and
sood security being required of the' purchaser for
the installments. - ' 1 -iM
Also, at the same tune and nlace" the nnder-
slgued, as Receiver, will seUFOs. CASH, the fol?
Innlnff rHAlAa n MMAnsI nWtrtAvlw wlvti 0 mtiloa
2 waeons-and harness, lot of dvea and Met atumn
thenaterlal now In process of manufaetwe, oon'
sitting of warps, plaids and yarns. Also, a sm<
stock of general mercnanotse, consisting or Doota
shoes, dry goods, bacon and such other article oi
groceries ana ary gooas as are nsuauy kbpi in
country store; v ' -
"-January 24th, 1882.
lUnl. 1m cutm.; ; .
Tl f f i " i
.1 vv IBIDAY. MAROtt 3, l8i
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Mississippi has 1,13 Indians. - ' -
i A Presbyterian churcb. :to cost $20,
OOpJwill bo built at Cnattanooga.
West Virginia makes 2f per cent! of
all the nails in the United States 1
There are 282 frmales and 184 males
in the Mississippi lunatic asylum:
A South Florida lake is said to con-r
tain enough alligators to build a fence
around it four feet high. f.
The cabbage crop of "Mobile county,
Ala., sold for $200,000 last year.
A deed conveying 150,000 acres of
land lying in Bath county, Va., and Po
cahontas county, W. Va.,1 to Robert
Strong, of Washington City, and B. .
Butler, of Boston, Mass., was a few
days ago placed pn record in Pocahon
tas county. r
Mt Winans, who left America to be
come a British subject, can shoot across
Scotland from Beanly-Firth to the At
lantic coast and not step beyond the
boundaries of his own land.
The lamentations of the Bordeaux
wine merchants continue. They were
obliged last year to import 24,000,000
gallons of foreign wines, besides 2,500
tons of Smyrna and Cyprus raisins,
which furnished about 2,000,000 gallons
more of a fluid which, duly mixed,they
supply as claret. ;
Mr. George Lorillard, of Sew York,
has built a handsome modern residence
in the centre of St. Augustine, Fla
and surrounded it with palmetto, date
trees and hundreds of roses, banarja,
fig and orange trees. "
The giant Charles Drummond, a col
ored day laborer in Onancock, Va., is in
his ninetieth summer. He measures
Six feet eight inches in height, his shoe
is sixteen inches long, and his weight is
234 pounds. His principal diet since
boyhood has been sweet potatoes.
In order to introduce telegraphy in
Ctrina the authorities have granted the
free use of. the wires to the people for
American meats have been classed
by the custom house authorities in Ger
many as iron wares, because they are
enclosed in tin cans, and are thus made
to pay double duty.
John H. McGinnis, a sweeper em
ployed in the New York postoffice at
$2 a day, has received official informa
tion from Milton Springs, Col that he
has fallen heir to property worth-$50,-000,
left to him by John Williams, a
successful mining speculator.
Col. D. It. Murchison.
Raleigh News and Observer.
We regret very much to learn of the
death of Col. Murchison, who died at
New York on yesterday, after a severe
and protracted illness. Col. Murchison
was about 47 years of age. He was
born in Cumberland county, and in
early manhood removed to Wilming
ton, where he became a partner in the
well-known firm of Murray & Hutchi
son. At the beginning of the war he
entered the army, as captain of a com
pany in the Seventh Regiment, and
served with great acceptability and
credit to himself. On the cessation of
hostilities Col. Murchison established
himself again in business at Wilming
ton as a partner of in the wealthy and
enterprising firm of Williams & Mur
chison, whose business relations weie
of the most .extensive character. He
also served as a director of the Bank of
New Hanover, and was at all times
among the most energetic and enter
prising citizens of Wilmington. A few
years ago he was chosen receiver and
afterwards president of the Carolina
Central railway, and the busi
ness of that large corporation severely
taxed his powers. He was a fine busi
ness man and devoted himself with
great assiduity to the matters commit
ted to his care. No man was truer to
his convictions of right, and Wilming
ton had no citizen more earnestly de
voted to the promotion of whatever at
fected her welfare and prosperity. He
was a sincere inena, a noerai ciuzen
j i i a r
and an upright and stainless gentleman.
Well, indeed, may Wilmington and
North Carolina, in paying tribute to
the worth of this departed citizen.min
gle words of sorrow with expressions
Col. Murchison married, we think, in
1873. "Miss Lucy Wright, daughter of
Mr. Joshua G. Wright, of Wilmington,
and this amiable and lovely lady sur
vives mm. (.
i i i i i si
The Mississippi FloodGreat Destitn
tionStock Dying by the Thousand.
New York. March 2. A special to
the Herald from Memphis, Helena, and
other points on the Mississippi, give
particulars of disasters now Deine
caused Dy the tiooas. a Memphis tiis-
patch says from Memphis to Madison.
Ark., forty miles to the West, there is
nothing but one wide expanse of water.
Trams on the Memphis K JLittle Kock
railroad, between1" Memphis and Madi
son, have been discontinued for nearly
four weens, communication between
Memphis and Little Rock is kept up by
steamboat down the Mississippi. to the
mouth of the Sw JbTancis , Riyer, winch
empties into the .Mississippi, ten miles
above Helena, thence up the StUFancis
to Madison, wnere aany trains connect
with steamers from this city. It is es
ti mated that in Crittenden, Lee. and
Phillips counties, Ark., there are not
less than fifteen thousand neeroes who
are in a destitute condition, awaiting
the bounty of the government to turn
ish them with the necessaries of life
and keep them from dying 'of starva
tion. Food for stock will be as neces
sary as -provisions for human beihers.
For miles cattle and hogs are daily dy
ing ior want oi provender.
1 i n a
Woman Suffrage in Wyoming.
Gov. Hoyt. of Wyoming Territory, in
his message to the legislature, has this
to say of the peculiar feature of that
Territory, woman suffrage: , , ".Else
where, objectors persist in calling this
honorable statute of ours an 'expert
menti' We know that it is not that
under it we have better laws, better of
ficers, better morals, and a higher social
condition in general, than could other
wise exist that not one of the predict
ed evils, such as loss of native delicacy
and disturbance of home relations, has
followed in 4ts train that the great
body of our women, " and the best of
them, have accepted the elective f ran
chise as a precious boon, and exercise
it as a patrioUcduty in a word, tha$
after twelve years of happy experience
wpman suffrage is so thoroughly rooted
and established in the minds and hearts
of this people that among them all, no
voice is ever uplifted in protest Against
or in question, or it. - u ..-;.
The Walking Match.
New York. March 2The score at
the walking match .at fcS'elockttyas:
Hazael S02J; Bowel! 892.5 isFitzgerald:
$72 Hughes 86S.2; 8umvari'862.5j Hart
;35.7; Novemae4i.i. :
'C .:'-.; ; Coiovlwm and jCldt T
rji young girl deeply regretted that she was so
MtinriM ana coiu. xubi laua was too whiuj. sou
be hands and feet as though the blood did . not
irmiifjL 'After-one bottle of Hor Bitters had
been: taken she was the rosiest and healthiest girl
la the town, witn.- a .vivacuy. ana. ajjeeriuiness jo
mind, gratifying TO nor inenas.: .;Nvj..
'nMMiW'ltflfl4 Pre AlWSVB AvBrMlStei,
The . exoeDtUna rcJeanUness of Parker's Hale
Balsam nulKea puyuutr. ar anus ai uiiyva:
alble with its
AsheviUe. Newsi'.Capt. Jones has
moved the .convicts, under hte charge
0ft"th6, TJdcktAwn Iroad.; Theentire
cdnytctT force Is tno fa onthat; brahcbV
Shelby Aurora! Several gold mines
are being successfully operated in Ruth-
enoru county;- .;!,; -i .- . -l
large j -lot of machinery passed
hrough this place last week en route
for the works of the. Grayson Mining
Company in Rutherford county; j !
Raliaigh News', and 1 Observer': lEggs
become daily more abundant, . ,
. The. topic of discussion. Xor . the past
few days has been .the probable call of
the legislature. , ,:';'i .''' s. '
The bicycle i3 now. hardly ever seen
on our streets. Its. disappearance is
mysterious. . .. " -:
An addition is being: built on the
north side of the old warehouse at the
Raleigh and Gaston depot, which will
give much more room, which is greatly
needed. The extension is .120x60 feet.
Silk Culture in Italy.
The folio wine is from a paper, by G.
uregory smith, read recently Deiore cne
... - . . .,- . - -, .
Vermont Dairymen s Association : But
the great industry of northern Italy is
the silk culture, and here is produced
the finest silk in the world. Every
peasant's house, every shop and store
almost, one may say every room in the
whole northern part of Italy, is a silk
raising establishment. In an industry
so important I can give but the briefest
outline within the time I have. Such, of
the eggs of the silkworm as are raised
iu j-uuy are imported .irom japan ana
China, and hundreds of millions are
yearly brought over. The eggs are laid
on and adhere to small cards. They
look like onionseed, but a trifle smaller.
These cards of. eggs are bought by the
peasants, and the hatching is first done
in the bosoms of the women. As soon
as the eggs begin to show signs of life
they are removed to the feeding and
rearing rooms, ordinarily the living or
sleeping rooms of the peasants. At
hist the little worms eat but twice a
day, and sleep the rest of the time, but,
as they grow larger, they require more
and more food, and the latter part of
their existence is passed in almost con
stant feeding. The mulberry trees, of
which l nave already spoken as grow
ing alongside the roads and between
the farms, furnish, the leaves for food.
These are gathered when fully grown,
out quite young ana tender, by the men,
women and children oi the peasants.
and for a short time the. trees look as
though smitten by a blight. The ut
most care must be observed in gather
ing the leaves, both not to crush the
leaves and not to injure the burls. Two,
and sometimes three, crops of leaves
are thus gathered in a season, the third
or fourth crop being allowed to remain
on the trees. Such of the leaves as are
not used by the peasants themselves are
sold to others who do not till the land,
but still raise silkworms. I should, per
haps have said that the term peasantry
is used exclusively of those who till the
land. Others are shopkeepers, laborers,
artisans, fishermen, etc. When the
worms have arrived at their full size
they commence spinning their cocoons.
When these are completed they look
exceedingly like soft, yellowish-white
peanuts. After laying in the cocoon
for a period, the chrysalis eats his way
through the cocoon, and comes forth
rather a plain and homely brown moth.
This destroys the vahie of the silk. Be
fore this happens, therefore, the co
coons are thrown for a few moments
into hot water, which kiils the grub in
side. The cocoons are sold by the
weight, and the price ranges with the
color; the whitest bring the highest
prices. When used for manufacture
the cocoons are thrown for a few mo
ments into a bowl of hot water, which
softens the silk. The girls and women.
wno wind tne siik in some (to me mar
velous manner, get hold of the ends of
the threads of silk and wind it off on
bobbins. This is an operation requir
ing great delicacy of touch and skill in
manipulation. 1 tried it, but only suc
ceeded in getting a first-class snarl the
minute I touched the cocoons. The
silk is then spun and woven into cloth.
or made into thread. Great numbers
of handlooms are in use, and the beau
tiful and expensive Roman scarfs are
all woven in i bis manner. Indeed.
power of any kind 13 looked upon with
jealously and distrust by the Italians,
and they are exceedingly slow to adopt
any modern improvement. In fact, in
many of the cities, such as Siena aDd
others, the people have not changed in
the last eight hundred years, nor in the
cities either. It is like Deing set down'
in the middle of the dark ages to visit
m m ft . ,
Missouri's Stately Governor.
St Louis Post-Dispatch.
There is an awful story in currency
at Jefferson that on fine days the Gov!
ernor goes down to the depot about
train time, carrying his overcoat on bis
arm, with his left hand inserted in the
breast of his rnnce Albert, and stands
Btatuesquely on the platform, looking
like a combination of Thomas 11. Ben
ton and the Angel Gabriel. As the train
goes, by; the passengers all inquire:
iWho is that remarkably fine-looking
gentleman with the benignant coun
tenance and yet haughty air V and the
chorus of brakemen,' train boys, con
ductors and firemen reply: - "That?
why that is the Governor of the State ;
i$nt he,stately f" After the train passes
his excellency puts on his overcoat and
goes back to the' capital to commune
With Mr. Farr, having afforded his loyal
citizens of Missouri an 'exhibition of
manly beautyr ' " " " vy
Shaffer in Luck.
Raleigh Fanner and Mechanic.
Shaffer is in luck. With Tourgeeas
Bis right bower he rarely fails to play
the deuce with bis enemies, ahd cpine
back froin Washington with "high,low,
Jack . (himself); and the game' .The
scalp of Holden now has for company,
at his wigwam door, the scalp of Bux
ton. The Judge once ".offtndfetf the Cok
on el (by charging a jury adversely in a
Jaw suit, we hear) and when the report
of Buxton's appointment came over the
wires, the Colonel began to pull a set
of wires of his own. Briefly Sey
mour stepped in ; Buxton bowled out.
. Attendants on the sick
should frequently rub a few drops of Darby Pro
phylactic Fluid on their face and hands, especially
when nursing those sick with infectious diseases.
Alleles used on or about the sick should be disin
fected and the atmosphere of the sick room puri
fied and vitalized by using the Fluid.' Its effect Is
marvelous In checking the speed of contagious.,
diseases. - '":'" -
If OR SALE OR RENT
rpHK aew and commodlOtis residence
-B. built r R T .Sml ..jrn Hiatt.
r- J - r ii " i- T-r-'
A 55f.,in honse, -with good -yerd and -V
n.rJTrxr1 waw andaiwo room KKcnaat f jr.
addiv tf t "t r isvrsii.
menL Dva minn, .n.
square. Ajsply toi-ft y.,
i , .v t h. McGinn.
; i . At Pegram ft OoW
4 rEORmENT.r a
-Kodm land Basif1
JLj MeaV recommended by Dr. J -Marlon gjm&r
of New York; Sola by WILSON tfBrJRWFjitp'
: k, ,,nv, j,-. . ,H 1 , f "7.1 ..(jj
INBtore' some fine French "Bmhcfr. "Guaranteed
;pwrw;v.- i sWILSON & BUR WELL.
FOUR AND FI YE !
Olt'BrTr'hToothBnishes-el'tDe best quality.
. - ; .,. W1U9UN WJSJLIj,
7 " ' " " 'Druggists, r
ESSENCE ot Jamaica Gtneer. A fresh 'arrival
at WILSeUtk BOB WELL'S
., Drugstore. -.
(HYDRATE D OIL.)
TONIC LlgesOye and highly' NuWtfve ' Soft by
, WILSON & BUR WELL.
FLESH GLOVES at?
H I LSON & BUR WELL'S
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water as
sembling the Imported Vichy. RecommendTed '
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids digest
Hon, Is a powerful tonic and strong , :
diuretic. Also, .
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a eatharUc and al-
teratlYd and In all forms of dyspepsia.
g CASES CONGRESS WATER,
JQ CASES BOCK BHIDGBALLM,
J Q CASUS BUFXAI.O LITRIA.
And a full supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN .NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doss: A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunyi di Janos. Baron I.ieblg af
firms that Its richness in aperient salts s.irpassea
that of all other Known wnters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeabse. safest, and most t tilcadous
Prof. Virchovo, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prqf. Bamberger' Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scamoni. Wurszburg. I prescribe none
but this '
Prof. Lander Brunton. M. D., F. B 8., London.
"More pl-ajant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D ,F. R. S Rnyal Military Hos-'
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Puiina and Kried
rlchshaU." JOHN II. McADEN,
Importing and Llsiensin Pharmacist.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when It flows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water in large blocfc'tln reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H. McADEN, .
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
will be enforced on and after this date; -Freights
for the Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio and Richmond
A Danville Railroads will not be received It or hip
ment after 12 otaock, but freight for the Char
lotte Celumbla. 4 Augusta and AUantat 5 Char
lotte Air-Line Railroads will be received up to 4
O'CIOCK p. m. T. T. BMlTHi
' f.h4R 1 i
-,-A C ID F
Containing 12 to 13 per cent Somble Phds'phoHc
Add. Analysis Guaranteed! ' - ,
8peciaV -inducements to dealers, and. large buyers.
' GHAS. E. SMITH, ; " -
Wholesale Dealer la Guano .and CommljsIon
Merchant, Wilmington, N-. C.
Jan29 1m i . -' -r :
THE Beer Bottling husinesa heretofore conduct
ed in Charlotte by Cochrane & Muazter. has
been this day d ssolved by mutual consent -: -'.
. -r . . W. R, COCHRANE,
Febrnary 9, 1S82. F. '&' MUNZLKR. "
; notice. :--
HAVING bought out the Interest of Mr. W. R.
Cocbrafte In the Beer Biittili'g business,! will Wre
after cxnduct the business, as ageat for the BeEg- J
ner'ft Eugel Company; In Charlotte, anis while re
turning tnanxs; tor, past patroniigei.resnectiulljr:
solicit favors in the future.
. :"- ReSpectfuUy, 1 '.:?)
feblQ . F. C. MUNZCER. .
1 ' '
A DESIRABLE resideHce, three blocks from the
xl public square, in Charlotte, will be sold cheafl'
ancTon reasonable terms- teethe right kind of a
purchaser. , The dwelling is on a full lot has nines
. comfortable rooms, brick kitchen,' fine well of wa-'
ler, euv Jt ne nouse. io saoimnunyaaapRiajoruie
repiaence oi a lawyer, doctor or preacner, navlng
arf adrnrjabls ittbrary or study teemv tHiifl tot the
I Ji NxmhJCaroaha:Railroad,' fronting l4o!eet en"
mu street and 196 wet on the Jorth Carolina
RaUroadi-win either be sold as a whole or divided
1 TV ItiAA
ff ble, calendaiitc, Sent to any address on-J
'"y wi mv xusJwvKHi cTAJara. Aaaress
x 4WR,i CH4fiLE8 K. HIRES:
48 N. Delaware Ave. Phila.
ii 1... VII if "I L-
PTfWiTJTll tnr ln mo. a
- Blind fildedthg, ficblne,
uiceratdo . or protrudins
,V?.?ai?,i.1 r8 .ioeure. Prepared by J. P.
MILLER, M. D , 916 Arch street Philadelphia, Pa.
ifov , genuine - .without his signature 8end for
circular. Sold bydrugglsts ana country stores. 81.
BO I II Mcnsi
t.hA A nthM A wt ' .
- , - auugnm nun.
' Cbeqst, lndispeosabla t ererr
man,entitlod "the Science of life
erelf-PreaevMtioB ; bound in
steel esgravmes, 126 prearil-
r' v whit mi.sa eezre D
maU . illustrated sample,6cenU:
M4 0IJ ' Ktt o. Bulfinch BoBtoo
HTHE B EST
MOURNING, SECOND MOURNING
FANCY DRESS PRINTS
The EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
i one of the largest arid most dompkte estab
lishments in the country; - -M '
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 poisbnous 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 conMenf;find them superior In thir
ability, artistic style and finish. Be-sure and
ask for their goods, and see that their marks
. and tickets are on them.
fVb21 dw4w ' ' - -
We hftve jut received and offer for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Sells, .
Mossrose Decoration, 58 pieces', S10.Q0, worth
EXTRA FINE TEA SETTS, gold, bird and flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, S12 50,
worth $18 00.'
PORCELIAN TEA SETT3, plain white, very nice,
44 i teces, 5.00.
PORCELAINE DINNER SETT.?, If 7 pieces, for
815.00; decorated, lhO pleats, for $35.00.
BRONZE LAilPS.of a saierior Qual ty, complete
with shades, at 3 1. 00, worth $2 CO.
. A!! Other Goods in Proportion.
EST WHOLESALE and HE TAIL.
Re'p.wtt ii llj-,
, J. BfooMHil & Co.
Nonh aroiina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date. February 19th, 18K2
Leave ChHriotte, ...
" Salisbury, . . .
" High Point,..
Leave r.ensboro, .
Arrive Goldsboro',. .
H h.i a ui
5.51 a nil
7.20 a in
8.IM) a in
b25 a m
1 1 .04 a ro
n 5t p ra
8 ni p m
10.44 p m
11.2U p m
11.48 a m
140 p m
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
; , Leave Greensboro.. .6.00 p m
Arrive at kalxlgh,. . ..3.04 a m .
t '! ' : Arrive at Golo6boro, . .8.00a m
NO. til Connects' at ' Greensboro' with R & D.
B- ifc for alLpornta North, East and West.' via Dan
vllle, At Goldsboro .with W. & W, R. R. lor WU
mmgtonw' ' " "- - i - -
MConnecte at jSallsbury with W. N. C R.
B.;roTftni points in Western North Carolina; dally
atiOraeBsoora:with & & D. R R. for ail points
Nosth, East and WosJE, , ;. ' , ; ;;
i :V, .traius OQarcr-WBgr.-i? -j
Dally i -
Leave. Goldsboro,., . .
Arrtve , Durham, .... .
8.50 p m
.725 a in
A OR n m
Arrive High P6Int,v7?7?t
ArriVB Haliahnrv '
Na 18 Daily except Stmdfty.vf'
Arrive at Raleigh,.. 7.1 6 p m
Leave Raleigh,.. .,.5.00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2,2.0 p m
tNo.'50u-Connects at Charlotte with A-& C. Air-,
line for all points In the South and Southwest,
aid with Q., Q. tti. Ju BtR. for all points South and'
outneast. ' .
We. 52-Conneet9 Chirfette w1thJA .-A C Airi
Line for All points South and. Southwest: at Char-
iotte with C, C. & A. H. U. for all points south and
i j . i ' i . '
; -. , i..0- sgt-ftuiy. , . . .
Xeave' Greensboro. .". ..'.!. . g.20 p m
Arrive Kernersvifle..!.'i.;.i.i lO.Brl p'm
'Arrive Salem 11.2'J.p.m
Vtr !--. Tn1 r. 1
. 8 30 a m
. 9.41 a m
r. NO- 5i-iDally,' except Sunday..
Leave Salern.-,.i... ........ ..... 515a m"
. io. .... ....,.. ... A.6Ua.
7 I ;
fiTATJE UNI VERSITY KULKOAD., .
v - GOING5 ! NORHl ft u
Leave Chapel HIU,
-7.80 a m
-Airive university, .VJL...
airrlve Raielgtt? . . 7
vt i a j
id!n5 a m
lnrton-and DarCTme.-and tetweed Greensboro and
., Qn TraaIo 52,.Blchmoadand .Chadotteeaad
Washlbgton and Charlotte via Danville. ,
. h "Through TIcketoojLJialejat Greensboro','
Ralelh.Gpld8lkry, Salisbury and Charlotte.- and .
U prtacfpal points South, Southwest. West' North
and East , 'For Emigrant Bates to Xouisiahai'Tex--asj
Arkansas and the Southwest, addxess, f.u,-;
;a . t . '.. ..." -. a pobs.v.
r --ri '- General Passeneer Aeent "
DO If FI
TO CALL AT
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but if you will call we will satisfy yOU tnat we hav.
the, finest assortment of
ever brought to this market
Call and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A nne lot of
of all desertions, just receid. Remmw
nope can under-buy us, and none can
under sell us.
Cures that Most Loathsome Disease
Whether in its
Primary, secondary, or tertiary stage. Removes
all traces of mercury from the system Cures
scrofula, old sores, rheumnt'sm. eczema,
catarrh, or any blood disease.
. CURES WHE.N HOT SPRINGS FAIL.
Malvern, Ark.. May 2. 1881.
We have cases in .our town who lived at Hot
Springs and were finally cured with S. 8. s.
McCammon & MtJKBT.
Memphis, Tenn., May 12, 1881.
We have sold 1 ,296 bottles ot S. S. S. In h jear.
It has given universal satisfac. ion. Fair ru.nde-1
physicians now recommended It as a positive spe
cific. ' s. Mansfield fc Co.
Louisville, Ky., May H, 1881.
S. S. S. has given better satisfaction than any
med cine I have ever sold. J. A. Flkxnkr.
Dallas, Texas,' May 14, 1881.
I have seen S. S. S. used In the primary, secon
dary. and tertiary stages, and In each with the
most wonderful effect I have sen It stop the
hair falling out In a very short time 1 advice all
sufferers to take it and oe cured
W. EL Patterson, Druggist
Washington, D. C . May 2. 1 88 1.
S. S. S. has given belter satisfaction than any
medicine we have eve- sold.
Schelleb & Stevens, Druggists.
Denver, Colorado, May 2. 1881.
Every purchaser speaks In the hlghet terms cf
S. S. S. L. Meisseter
Richmond, Virginia, May 1 1 . 1 88 1 .
You can refer anybody to us In regard to tbe
merits of S. S. S. Polk, Miller & Co.
Perry, Ga., October. 1880.
We have known Swift's & Specific used In a
great number of cases, many of them old and ob
stinate, and have never known or heard of a fail
ure to make a permanent cure, when taken prop
erly. , ..;
H. L. Denimbd, Eli Wafrsk,
W. D. Nottingham, Wm. Brunson,
Modes 4c Ttjttls, T. M. Botmxb, Sheriff.
I am acquainted with the gentlemen whose sig
natures appear to the foregoing. - They are men
of high character and standing.
; A. ELTJoLQTjnT, Gov. of Geortfa.
I NO HU9IBVG.
If yondouhtcome and we cure you, or charge
vou nothlno. Write for rtartlculars. and coDJ '
'the Utile book ''Message to the Unfortunate."
any leaning drug nouse in the united otatea v
tq our character. .
81,000 REWARD will be paid to any chemist
whwULfiodr on analysis of 100 bottles of S.S.S.,
iotie" particle of Mercury. Iodide Potassium or any
Mineral substance. -: SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Proprietors, Atlanta, Ga.
Bold by druggists everywhere.
Price of the large or regular size reduced to
$1.73 per bottle, and small, holding ball tne
Quantify, price 81 per bottle.
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an pi in o
Ahewsnpp'y of these famous Cigarj have Just
been received, at
ttis useless to tell those, who have ever smoked
thfem,why they are called the "KING," and if you
wfil only give tnem a trial it will not oe neces iry
j .to TKhtf Vail.
. at m iets) - '
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i.i ,.'! -o. ..
1VK Car Loads of Cbrn, two car leads of Flour
wo'car loaos oi eyrups, one carioaa oi
e at :t i . CDTHBBRTSON ft BAKER'S,
BEFORE YOU MAKE
Yodp Holiday' Purchases.
i -t-'A .v North College Street,
fehl 9 . ;- Kez door toL. W. Banders.
f;uil3IngOr factory purposes. .Apply to ;
- I t'.Q2U;?j St iT LJ.K $iili i?05-i
fel2.r i : f; aichmondi Va.
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