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ive their linen
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' Sample box, aifferent style j or Perry's
Pens sent for trial by mall, on receipt of 25 cents.
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SATURDAY, MABCH 11, 1882. f iual
y Watchman: The tenant
Si la?tf um fan ha'Tarff 0:
mi ia$v we
tfnndfl to the amount oi about 8100. were
stolen irom ine awio vt-. W xuuxxf
fnnntiVemon. Rowan count? consists
ine of pant goods, prints, sheeting, hatsy
snoes, cotwn piaias, etc. . ; -
A naorjLTlms l Mf. JVMianLPervis, of
Moryen ta fwi asmp, hlkd-the misfortune
to lose bis dwelling bouse by nre on ine
25th ult. ..
We learn that Mr. w. a. jjoyinzpon.
of Galledge's township, killMfVild
turkeys at one shot a few days Bracer ;
Tnoir TodIc: We learn that the case
so many, witnesses were stimmtbed has
been coating it Catab mdrrj
i jTti4 jurveyail?qie ttilWp feWigl rafl-
rd&f trotn Widtaraga'grDenT"
Forge on the Imboden line bas been '
completea ana tne crops or engineers
has been aisDersea.
Flocks of crows in innumerable num
bers are now hovering over the bottom
lands, and the farmers say they are just
XDB DOUT. ui ouewi jr eiuoucwiiioi,
wasbrfttrtrhtbere from Tarboto Mon
day evening, and interred in the Jewish,
cemetery at this place. It wUlbere-I
be found of htm. The body was found.
on Sunday last by some fishermen in,
the Tar river, a mile ana a hair Deiow
thaMown g I
BaleieK News and Observer: There
are man complaints of the depredations
of flower thievesrto whom no man a
premises are sacred.
vve were tola yesteraay tnacocoiii
Partin, the notorious murderer, waisin
Rajteighjust three weeks ago, and-was
at the Central depot, coming in oh one
train and going out an another.
The Late Dr. Brantly.
Rev. Wm. T. Brantly, who died in
Baltimore Monday, was a son of the
distinguished-Rev. AVm. T, Brantly, D.
D and was born in Beattf ott, s. U,
May 1, 1816. At the early age of nine
years he removed with his father to
Philadelphia, where in 1826 the father
became pastor or the jj irsc uapusc
Chnrch of that city. The deceased en
tered college at an early age and re
ceived his license to preach in the year
1838. He afterwara enterea mown
University, from which he graduated
in 1840. The same year be was oHered
and accepted the position of pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Augusta,
Gaz. which position he held with marked
success fdrreight years. The congrega
tion uouDiea in numoer. ana ic was
found necessary to enlarge the church
to accommodate the increasing mem
bers. His varied culture and polished
scholarship attracted the most intelli
gent of the community to his ministra
tions, and soon the authorities of the
University of Georgia prevailad upon
him to take the position of professor of
belles-lettres and evidences of Uhns-
tianity and history in that institution.
This position he also tilled with great
ability until the year 1856, when, being
anxious to engage again in the active
and to him congenial duties of pastoral
life, he accepted the pastorate of the
Tabernacle Church, on Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, During, the time he was
in charge or this cnurcn ine member
ship increased both innumber and ef
ficiency. In 1861 he became pastor of
the Second .baptist Uhurch at Atlanta,
Ga., where he remained, with the ex
ception of an interruption occasioned
by the troubles -of the late war, until
the spring of 1871, in which year.uwing
to a large number oi the members ot
the Seventh Baptist Church of Balti
more, and Rev. Richard Fuller, pastor,
withdrawing to constitute the -buiaw-
Place Baptist Chhrch, Rev. D Brantly
succeeded to the pastorate, where he
was engaged at the time of his death.
He was married twice, his nrst wue
being Miss Mary Anne Turpin, daugh
ter of Dr. W. H. Turpin, of Augusta,
Ga., whom he married in 1841. This
lady died in I860, leaving two children,
one son, wm. T. urantiy, J r., a member
of the Baltimore bar, ana a daughter,
Mrs. Louisa D. Morehead, wife of Col.
John L. Morehead, of North Carolina.
In the year 1870 Dr. Brantly married
Mrs. Martha Mareton, of Georgia, who.
together with three chilaren, survive
him. As a preacher he was earnest.
graceful and instructive; as a pastor,
genial, loving and companionable, and
was ever a welcome guest in ine nouses
of his congregation: He was 'eminent
ly a preacher of the gospel,' never hav
ing turned asiae to sensational topics
or pampered to a taste for novelty. Vet
that gospel, presented ih Its simplicity,
had power to draw large assemblages
during his ; pastorate and his church
wasalways crowded to" Its utmost ca
pacity. His style was clear and con
cise, and he aiwaysrspoKe wtn earnest
ness and force; and it can truly be said
he was an indefatigable worker And a
learned and highly esteemed minister.
:. ' r 7T s i
A Terrible Qrime. . ,
A servant eirl at Stargard. in Germa
ny, had in course of several years saved
a .handsome sum or money, wnicu sue,
deposited in a savings bank Onieday,
a few weeks' ago, she drew the money
and took' the train for '"the 'town of
Schneidemuhl. a few miles from home.
She visited an acquaintance, a butcher
and told hinf in course: of the cOnYersai:
tion of the monev she had irrrxer tock
i in her pock -
t. The batcher advlsea Her xo wrap
ud the money and fasten it on her head
. . . . . m, ' 1 l
buried in ner nair. ine gin ioiioweu
his advice and left for home,' the way
taking her over a deserted heath. Meet
ing a policeman she begged him to ac
company her on account of her money.
The policeman compueu, auu acuowpa-
Hardlv. however, - had- be left her and
turned back when he heard a piercing
shriek. Hastening. back, he round the
girl Jying in the street witnout her
neaa, wnicn nau ueeu uamcu uu. apuw.
girl, had , told, the policeman : of . the;
butcher whom she had visited his ifs-.
picions were-' at - once aroused; and he
hastened to the butcher's house. After
waiting half an hour the butcher came
in with a ba under biff ErofPiTo the
question what was in it he replied that
it was a sheep 8 neaa, ana tnrew it un
der the bed, The policeman left, and
returried i'nfc few minutes! witttsoibe
ChsacltwaderjawdealiA. WaaAiriiton S jettertd ,:Ua New
aAdM beMrf-openeof wsmnfrt& con
tain the murdered girl's head.
lorari o-irrs nfiaa.
VictoriI. Bc Marcfi' iri: A terri
ble explosion of nitro-glycerine occur
red yesterday on the Gale Savona rail-
1 19? fiVm jowb yfJUy
uiwi uhs inrruei wneie
i for miles. Craig was blown to pieces.
Thomas WllMama, .ataBdinsri 150 feet
away, wad fatally injhrdd k$bhn Law
son and James Dagan were slightly
Id lvet-Cure. ilr se, wetf a-(rrheSi
jemfay jut u t iwtain iwrueni. ana can eoear
jy recommouu u
Mra. R N. Bollpnr:
u cnaxacter f,. t r. .j.. ?
..,,'3' -r.,,r -ir.?-.V (-41 - . f
:iiit4stooMihadorfabl fcj iffoeate,1,
ttr ,ainttharitb0as1rf dlriSto JfJ
vltls Wonderful howsUnt 3 ratrn ian
be. whefl he kmnrs his cause is just, and
how lQisteriOus: he becomes when he
knows heisinthe wrong. ' ; - 1 i
upBQ to opr. ej?a wa jentirely lose .sigbt
, ot ; great.. aeax o. .comtorr. . Deyena
T OniT two ontot t dflrteeri raUrbacla in
l:rth Caronn pa? ;4i tfrlends. Thbse
wurcuuu not,' fO,04a,WU
Hams, of Indiana, is to. have a granite
monument twenty-eigbt feet nine; inch
es high, to cost $2,000. : . . . :; n.. :
The obnfectidners df ew York are
filling orders for molasses and sugar
candy In as condition to be used f of
candy-pulling parties for children, and
those of older growth. The fever has
The best receipt for going through, life
in an exquisite j way. witk. beautiful
manners, is to feel tat eyerjbody,:no ;
blatter how rich or poor, needs all the'
Kinaness tnev can set from others in 1
ttUWOrW. : ;;. :. r. ; : i
,tn rQ 6l0 UA AAA i .nAJ3 (
railroads in Gaiifornia. ortlv one road.
thCentral Pacific pays. This, with its
07800; 1 leaving;- llo;282,OOQ; yielding
Ltl. Missouri, e2l5,055,00Q haye been
jiVested, in twenty-nine railroads, ex
clusTve of the St. Louis bridge, and a
dividend is only tpid on one of then,
According to the statistics furnished
by the Census Bureau, the bine forests
of the lake region are fast disappearing,
and the reserve in Maine, Pennsylvania
and the Southern Statesls being drawn
upon. Speculators are taking advant
age of the opportunity arid, investing
heavily In limber tracts. Cultivation of ,
trees, if properly encouraged, will sup
ply the coming deficiency in the lum
ber supply; but not in time to prevent
cne scarcity ana ine certain advance in
Experiments have been made with an
electric lamD for. locomotives on the
system of Messrs. Sedlaczel and Wiku
lillonthe North of France Railway.
The experiments have shown that it
burns steadily, even when the train is
.gOlhg at express speed ; that the light
?oes not intertere with the visibility or
he distinctive color of the signals, and
that neither the engine drivers nor of
ficials of the train carrying the light;
nor of other approaching trains, are
dazzled by it. The drivers are able to
see the line distinctly for a distance of
300 yards, ahead. ,
Arkansas and North Carolina.
One North Carolinian got after the
Arkansan hot and heavy. With other
yarns, he told the following: An emi
grant preacher went into the Boston
mountain region on a prospecting tour.
Coming to a four acre corn-patch, he
fought bis way through a dozen or more
hounds and curs to a windowless cabin
in its centre, and entering, he com
menced a conversation with the lady
of the bouse by inquiring into the state
of society thereabouts. The woman
did. not seem to understand his general
inquiries, so be began to particularize.
"What religion ia most eommon around
here?" Still she did not seem to un
derstand. "Are there many Presbyte
rians around here T he asked. "I don't
know," she said. "My man John has
hunted around here right smart for
nigh on 16 years, and I don't reckon he's
killed ary one." "Ah, madam," said the
good man, "I am afraid you live in
darkness here." "Yes," she replied,
glancing at the unbroken log walls;
"yes, but John alio ws to cut out a win
der next week." This was received
with applause, and a true blue Arkan
san had the floor for reply. "I was
traveling once in the Old North State,"
he began, "and as I was riding across
an opening like, I saw a man some little
distance ahead of me, pointing, as I
thought, a long gun at something up in
a persimmon tree. I reined up my
horse to wait for him to fire. After
waiting some time and no firing done.
l noticed the man uia not seem to be
takint? anV. sight, but aDDeared to be
shifting his piece from time to time, so
I hailed him and asked him what'he
was up to. "Raising pork for market,"
answered he, jwiinout turning to me.
I rode up. and that tar-heel had. a little.
spotted shoatr tied to-" a pole, holding it
up to eat persimmons."
T .' 1 "' a i' " " ' ,
W. N. C. Railrdad, Mountain Division.
From the Stateatllle American, i . :
Notwithstanding Maj. J. W. Wilson's
attempted explanation in the Charlotte
Observer, March '2d, the following
facts seem to remain: .
1st, The State appropriation after the
war was sufficient to build the Road to
Paint Rock, and leave a surpulus, over.
2d. The peculiar financial operation
with the New York Warehouse and Se
curity Company, and Lancaster, Brown
& Co. absorbed these funds.
3d. The road was mortgaged for &L-
,1X); No part of this fund ever built
a foot:o road or an inch of track.
4th, A fradulant claim of over $300,
000 ; vras; aid the contractors on the
mou'Titain division, which together with
i , .,ii . ,
Security" Cow and Lancaster, Brown &
Co.; and the still more "peculiar finan
cial operations" with Sibley through the
uanK or. atatesviile, and others, by
which these mortgage bonds were ma
nipulated, resulted in the State's losing
her stock in the road1, as also the most
of the private stockholders. ,
5th, Maj. J. W. Wilson did publish a
a mapt not yet suppressed which claims
that the surveys were made under his
.supervision. He now gives the greater
part of the "credit" to B.C. McCalla,
and only jetains tbe gmaller. Perhaps
is happy! faculty ofVlplanation;' will
enable mm to locate the operations in
the above transactions in Tennessee; if
jso' the public will W more of less, in
terested in sucblocations.
i Hoping the above is not slanderous, I
amjirul ; f- WiA- ELiAsolT,
.v .: . : Civil Engineer.
Blaine on the War Path.
LorK saB.ciaimiti Blaino nopes to
m.uiv otiuuBL nitiiui iu vu -
spainnt A rthnr
ngres8,aad addsxr.:miatne's coirvfe-
W-WrtflS- destined .to, reaqh , Uio,
conooeneeisenturft: stHaiias ooiivincwi
jhina&felf that his plans are sufficieiat.
:Vt a qdVo tr Kn ; a 1 a., v.. : i j
PJ forteavCwork intUe; field.
' 1 ' u ... i.ii,... i nr iiinuMii.inn - . mm
f parties, andm
ll rtfa iimumM
uuiai ! .riiii
to SOWMiscord "-r !;: J:Y?h:
hAngeiVfceBanverate-llfe ! 83
W-Mi eoosh arroD will always Ihre-i,
i I Charged with flfehTreftsdri. !' I " '' i ::UW&V& VJ . -i t s-.S"?
f t . n h .MO-u
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DuiMinoBt '".mvuailis coaca ttiid."
wun prudence. Ha bad lost been I
ruirt nM . . ... . ' .. .). . '1
d ! ! Cut EverrlMdT.
yntB8 a druggist - "Xidnev-Woit U tbe most popu
lar medicine we selL" Jl8honld be by right, for
iw otter nedjdne Jtas nch spectflo action on the
"Jr' ela and Wdnejs. If too have those
mptcta which lmfloate-hfllousaesa at deranged
:a.iuiieB uu xwixou to procure u ana ase launiullr.
to Hqald oi dry trom it Is Sold br an drugglats.
flaltUtoCUarXrlbuBe, ,.;f. ,,., ,;TT--
grog and gXcAiciues.
N 1 quart, 1 pint and l& pint bottles and flasks.
WILSON ft BURWELL8
, mar 10
Electric , Ebir Brushes.
ELECTRIC Flesh Brasbesl Just arrived, at
WILSON ft BUBWBLL'S
, marlO ,. , , Drugstore.
' Coopers Elixir Buchn
IpOH-fell Bladder troubles. Sold by
' w : WILSON ft BTJRWILL.
A RELIABLE business man with small capital,
one that can start dozens of ' canvassers to
wont up an adjustable feed. Twenty per cent
mure sawingaone wim same mm per aay. sam
ple at Capt-wUkes' Foundry.
' T. J. RVAHT.
rnarlQ2t k Charlotte House
Both Fon iga and Doniet:f)
Just Received, at
.'s Dm Store.
From Saratoga Springs. N. T. A new water re
sembling ine imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid: cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and stroDg
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LIT HI A.
And a full supply of
Huayadi Jaoos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
J AN OS.
THE BEST MATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Doss: A wine glass full before breakfast
The Lanorf "fiunyedl Janos. Baron Lie big af
firms that Its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters.
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janes.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious'
aperient water." '
Pro.Ttrcftow, Berlin. "Invariably gooff and.
prompt success; most valuable." ; .- . . . t ; ;
Frcf. Bamberger, Vienna. "I hare prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scaaeoni, Wuraiburg. I prescribe, none
but this." " '
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. 2)., P. XL JS., London,
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
Prof. Aiken, X. 2)., F. R. Royal MlUtary-Hos-pltal,
Netley. 'Trefened to Pullna and Fried
richshau." . -1 ' '
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist .
rTorth Tryon 8t,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON't GO T( SARATOGA
When tou ean set water lust as fresh and s nark-
ling as when ft flows from the sprtng 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. McADEN, ,
irraggisi and gnemiat
Prescriptions care fairy prepared by experienced
. and competent drugglsta, day or night,
' JWT28 . -.)..
. . FOR SALE.;
A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
pubrlo souare in Charlotte, will he sold chean
and on reasonable terms to , thp right kind of a
purchaser.. . The dwelling Is on a full lot, has nine
comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine' wen of wa
ter, etc. The house Is admirably Adapted for the
residence of a lawyer, doctor jireacher. having
an admirable library br study room, built tor th
purpose. - For furthsr particulars.1 .nriee. terms.
etc- appiy at .i . . xuta OFFICE.
tWSXUem.. , t, . jhjsa L'.
'V;&:ftiX? 1 r.
, . - wif ;ur OttlC;leau,. 7f
aHE Lotoihaoarnerof Ninth sfeet and the
. KnrtK oW,iir.o BoiT-
Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Oarbnoa
nnM. ;LMiiv;k. ..Mur..j'
"T. Tu"r " " V"",'"
tnwiwioueimby iBttfeet -jsanawe eiihecioc
t TTXiratY.IT ' . w wh 1,1. Ml
Mara Mhle" medium 'aizelaire
leved ertweive-feats.'witb, several white spots on
thaamD and around the. xooC el; the taiL. vftn
B4?ttie.aHo el! the tai.wrth:
' snoes a rjeninuniy..-;i
A reward oi twenty jpo
fhtet-i -w6Ti.-1 f " Sib:
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Lncca Creain Salad Oil,
ws .JAaJLJLy JJVJMi V iJUAAJt.illi hAaaMnllnnlna.OnlK..Batd1iaaat.Bn1
TIVXCay toadg Corn, t ear load of FWtrr' Pouth west, and ,bac ,chd abrh.1 No
i h Byrapfc obomt loadoatjeaiki laMvertewe on. locUqkewo UUWPA a
'9ug,uia-nq Bacon. amUTobacoo. nowfor 1: ,X.:M. Ja
isaieat,- ; CCTHBERTSON ft. BAKER'S. "
i '.u i't t Lubiiiiflt eKcrthCollse8treetit
Iebl9 Next door to L. W. Sanders-v;
" ' -r-,- s , ULLFrTPB " '
Tbe ffAllbwfnl itebedUtea Am
""j w Aeiica on m luvrrect i
JVorth Carolina: ftailroad.
tsaqis poam lUBtA
DaieV Februarv 19th, 1882
" 'Satlsbnry, :.T......
" High Point,
Arrive Greensboro ,
Leave reensboro-j . . j ; u.
Asrlve HUlaboro, .
7.20 a m
8.51 d m
11.04 a ml
1. lop rni.. , . . ,i. . . f
Arrive GoldaboroV .
4 2Q p raj ...... .
No. llx-Daily except Saturday, . -
, , . . Leave Greensboro.. . 6 00 p m
; Arrive at RaieiKh,:... 8.04 am
, f Arrive at Qold8bpro...8.0P a m
No. Kl Connects at Greenshom' with R n.
R. R. for all points North, East and West, via Dan-
vuie A uoKUboro with w. ft w. K b. for Wii-
Ho. 53 Connects at .Salisbury with W. N. C. a
B. for all points m Western Norih Carolina; dally
at Greensboro wfth'R. D. H U. for a 1 points
North, Xast and West
TRATH8 6QINQ WESfT.
Date, February 19th, 1821 No. 50 No. 52 '
. f i Daily. Dally.
, Leave Goldsboro...... ....... 10.20am
Arrive Raleigh. . . -.' : 12.40 p m . . '.
. Leave. Raleigh; 10pm
, Arrive Durham 5 23pm
Arrive Hillsborot 6.07 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8.50 p m
Leave rreensboro,... ....... W.fOpm 7 25am
. Arrive High Point. 9.43 pm 8 OS am
Arrive Salisbury,.' i 1 .03 p m 9 28 a m
Arrive Charlotte, F12.50 a m 11.20 a m
No. 18 Daily except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro... 2 50pm
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh. . .-, . .5.00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2-20 p m
No. 50 -Connects at Charlotte wlth:Aft G. Air
Line for all points rn the South and Southwest,
and with c c. ft a. B. R. for alt points South and
No: 62 Cohneebi t ' Charlotte with A. ft C Alr
Ltne for all points South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with C, C A A. R. tt. for all points isouth and
Southeast , ;
rf W' IV C RAILROAp.
NO.: 50 Dairy.
Leave SreensbOTO.... 9.20 p m
Arrive Kernersville., , 10.86 p m
Arrive Salem-. .;. . . . . .11.20 p m
. Na 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave GreensiXiro......:. . 8.30am
Arrive Kernersville......... 9.4l am
Arrive Salem... ....10.15 am
GOING EAST. - :
NO. 51 Dally , except Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 a m
Arrive Kernersville 5.50am
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 am
. . NO. 58-Daily.
Leave Salem.... 6.00 pm
Arrive Kernersville 6.40 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8.00 p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
GOING NORTH. Dally
Leave Chapel HiU 7.80 a m
Arrive University, $-20 a m
Arrive Raielgh,.... 10.15 am
GOING SOUTH. Daily
' . pgx. Sunday.
Leave Raleleh, 8 80pm
Arrive University 5.15 p m
Arrive Chapel Hi ft fl.15 p m
Pullman SleeM Cars WlUiont nans;
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greeiibboro and
On Train No. 52. Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte la Danville.
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro.
Raleigh, Goldsboro'. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South. Southwest. West, North
and East -K r Kmigrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex.
as, Arkansas and the Southwest address.
General PaKsenner Agent
feb2 Richmond. Va.
RICHMOND & DAHVRLF fi. R.
' On and afer March 5th, 18S2, the passen-
fer train sefvloe on the' Atlanta & Charlotte Alr
,lne Division of this road will be as follows:
WESTWARD. tapress. Mall.
.. . No. 60. No 52.
Leave charlotte. 4t. .....- 12.40am ll.05am
Arrive Ga.tonia, L . . . . 1 .35 a m 12.02 p m
Arrive Spartanburg. K 404 am 2 85 p m
Arrive Greenville, H 5.32 am 4.09 pth
Arrive Seneca, G 7.15 a m 5.54 p m
Arrive Toccoa. F 8.28 am 7 0Spm
Arrive babun Gap Junction,. 9.32 a m 8.00 p m
ArriveLula,E . '.v. 10.18am 8.43 p m
Arrive Galnseville 1 0.5 lam 9. 15pm
Arrive Atlanta. 1.40 p m 12.05 a m-
H - Mail and
EASTWARD. Express Mall.
No. 51. No. 53.
Leave Atlanta, 2.15 pm 5.00 am
Arrive Gainesvilie, - 4 54 p m 7 41 a m
Arrive Lula, ft 1 5.2rf p m 8.82 a m
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction, 6-22 pm 9.14 am
Arrive Toccoa, K . . 7.06 p m 10.07 a m
Arrive Seneca, G...;.... v.. . -8.24 pm 11.21 am
Arrive Greenville. H... ...... 10i)8pm 17 pm
Arrive Spartanburg, K.":.. V.. 11.40 pm 2.59pm
Arrive Gastonia, L ......... 2.06 a m 5ilpm
Arrive Charlotte, M 3. 15 a m 6.00p m
' A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W.P Railroads. i;; ' 1 -
B. with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. ft
W: P. and W. oVA. Railroads. "
-,G with arrivinjt trains ot Geonzia Railroad.
B with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
, F with Elbertoa Air-Line to and from Elbeitarv
. G wlih Columbia -and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
! H with Colnmhia and GrennvillA tn and fmm-
Columbia and Charlestons C '
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllre, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and A8hevttle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from' Dallas ana Chester.
: M with a. C. ft A. , C. O, R. ft D. and A., T. ft Cv
for all points West North and East
PuHman sleeiiimfcar. service on trains Nos. 50
and 511 ally, without change Detwen.AUanta and
New York. ' a. PuPB,
G nel Passenger ana Ticker" Agent
T. M. B. Talcott, :
- Gene, al Manager.
-i L T. SAGE, Saperintendent
raar-12 - . -
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
t-In Effect Wednesday, March 1st l2.4H
Arrive Rock Hi
Arrive Chester,. ..... . ..
Arrive Winhsboro,. . :
Arrrre Columbia ........
Arrive Lexington, v.'.
Arrive Ridge Spring, .i . . .
Arrive GrahitevIUe, ........
Arrive Augusta, . ". i ...
1.28 p m
5.45 a m
7.55 a ra
9 12 am
8 25 pm
,7.40 p m
Leave Charlotte,. v.
Arrive Rock Hill,...
Arrive Chester, .v. :.
8.03 a m
I Arrive Columbia. . '. .:
a 18 am
M Leave. Columbia.. .
Ajrlse GrsnHerihe, . .. . .,
iArrive Augusta.. ..-.I.
Train No, 5'
re 8. G. ft R.
i2. Dailv Connect at Coiirinhia with
the 8. C. ft H, for Cheston; And wlthhe C.7
. . JWrJU8WewOTO,yAWevUl&
:S"1"K "iX J-i?' r .f. 1UI W-'
SavaxmaA anallonaa Dolats. ! ;'r. ii .
- i Tnln Nn Alt Tloll- r . I .!.,
li Train No. 48,
'ally-Connects at Amrusta with
. I!- ""-TaaEV faw l-C 9WWm IWIHMW' I ! '
H ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE ft OB 10 DlVtSIDN.
Tram No,62,T)dlly: excepl Shndax,11
Arrive MACaarlorM.i-K n..uiA a m.
li iCTObiaUWiC.ilrehlatx188 .s oi a
it marlO -atn 4 w ni?iaw8 rLAM
" Alt the drawinas will hmH.. i . ' ..
teire ropervlstonand TSXTZs'ZXSS m -
T.TOUBKGARD and JfJBAL ERLY.
A SPLEHDID OPPOETTJHITT
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882.
142ni MONTHLY. DRAWING.
State Lottery Company.
InoorDorated in irhb fn. or .
lature for Educational and CharJSJr18'
with a caDltal of i finn , J1? fWpose-
fund of SftSaoOO has iiDMrn added
adopted December 2a. A. D. 1878 a8UtuaD
ing'Sunl " DM0nefc 'ou..
CAPITAL PRIZE, 30,0Oa
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars
Tickets, one Dollar.
' LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize..
1 Capital Prize """
1 Capital Prize
2 Prizes of 82.500
J Prises of 1)0oo
20 Prizes of 500
100 Prizes of , ioa. .
aoOPrteesof ' 50.."
500 Prizes of 20.. "
1,000 Prizes of . io...".".'.;!"...;;;;;;
9 Approximation Prizes ot 1300.
H Approximation Prizes of 200
9 Approximation Prizes of foo
1857 Prizes, amounting to.
eaponslble corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation wUlbe m
address. Send orders by express or Reelitered
Letter, or Money Order by mail, adclresSd RnSto
M. A. DAUPHIN,
erM. A DAUPHIN, New Orleans, is,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Els.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh street, Washington, D. a
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. R-Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
eelve prompt attention. .
.Th'e particular arfenHoB of the Public is called
to the fact that the entire number of the TlckeU
r each Monthly Drawing is sold, and cons
dSarfd KcT68 to are sold ant
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF TUB
,.In the City of Louisville, on
Friday; March 3ist, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly i Sund.iy ptceiit
ed) under provisloris-of an Act of ' the Hem-rni a8.
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Conn oi iirU, n
rendered the following decisions :
IswThat the Commonwealth Dimniuitum oin
pany Is legal.
2d Its drawingb are fair.
The Company has now on ha:d s large rne
fund. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize - itfO.UOU
1 Prize 10.000
1 Prize, 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 500 each, 10.000
100 Prizes. 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each,. 0,000
600 Prizes, 20 each i 2,000
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10.000
9 Prizes, 8300 each, Approximation Prizes $2,7oo
Prizes. 200 " " " " i,8i 0
9 Prizes, 100 " " ' " 900
1,960 Prizes, $112,400
Whole Tickets. 82: Half Tickets. I : ?7 Tinhetn,
$50: 55 Tickets. 8100
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by repress DON'T. SEND . BY BEGI3TKBKD
LETTER OH PC9T UCE ORDER. Orders ot
85 and upward, .'xpress. ! w sent at nr ex
pense.. Addre, j iU lri to
R. M. BOARDM-J OTt : mh
LouisvUKv. Kj.. or 8(im S-.Jw.i "NV ToiV
marl ,. fc . .,
We have ast received and offer for a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea SettSj
Mossrose Decoration, 56 pieces, 810.00, worth
ETRA FINE TEAITTS, gold, bird and flow?r
v decoration combined, 44 pieces 8 1 2. 50,
worth $18 00.
PORCELIAlf TEA -SETTS, plsrh white. Ten nice,
44 pieces, So. 00.
PORCELAIN E DINNER SETTS, 107 pieces, for
815.00; decorated, 1.80, pieces, for 835.00.
BRONZE LAKPiof astfperlor quality, complete
with shades, at 8100, worth 82 00.
All Other Ws in Proportion.
83- WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
I BrookfleJd k Co.
THE Beer Bottling business heretofore condacN
d in rhariotte bv Cochrane ft Munzler hai
been this dsy d Rsolved by mnm'jent
February -9, 1882. F. C. MUNZLKR.
: HAVING bought out the Interest of Mr . w. R.
Cochrane in the Bear Bwttltog business, I will here
after canduot the business, as agent f or tt Be
ner ft lueel Company, hi Charlotte, and while re-
turning thanka for; past patronage, respecuiui
I solicSnavott In the future.
V. C. MUNZLER.
400 tons maH BAXX
CorttimU i2 to 18 per cent 8eluble Phosphoric
?M Aett ijialytto Guaranteed.
dealers ana' large buy -rs.
WHtiMde7 (saler attifaani and Cdmml-skm
1an29 lm" fci r.-'Zii & 's,
:J at U
iur Cotton Seed
f hai frfim ti6 Charleston
Mluji A .Valus-
ki s. jt n.a.tuvdJa.11 mm mt
alysls shows 41 tgatnrtforfsaam
hid iwu iw Bfcwa. oa oui . .
I .111 Hill AVPI 1WPHI
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