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.M a I " - .... 1
nno KHtm merit fs-bosed
upon the Tact tna a
analysis prove tna$ tfc toDapco
adapted 1 6 ml.kQWP?
satisCvetorr smoke iuxa A
OTHE11 telbacco grc'-.T ftrti
world; and befciff tituated iii.
w TT2LVRT of tliis C ie tobacco
i.. m liava tJio PICK of
the offerings The ubUc np
Irn this; fccieo our sales
EXCEED tlio,.pr6dtu0ts of AULt
the leaaing mamifiaetorles combined-;,.
jyonQMuJnh unless it
bears fe trWe-war of the BvlL .. i
SUNDAY! MARCH 19,1
I III TTT-n .-T
-i i. mi ;
Mar 2217 '
TIT A -R V PRF.K RfniiS
receipt of two Thh. mmj
48 N. Delaware Ave. Pblia.
cvwinrnfnr a.nv case of
Blind Bleeding, Itching,
Ulcerated, or protruding
PI Lisa tnai Jjeoinuo
None genuine wunoui m 0,6u.v. . " y
tSriiri-? aniH hu Hniiroists and country stores. $1.
CirUuM.. uviu vj wu
BOLD MEDAL AWARDED
the Anthor. A new and great Jied-
Ic&l Work, warrantee ine Dee ou
1 ImlianMuh a ATOTT
Bian.entitled "tie 8cnceof Llie
or,SeU-PreaerYation ; bound in
finest rrenon nrouin, emmmu.
fiMfrUt,300 pp-contains beautiful
steel nTaTin, Uo pregenp
tions, once only $1.25 sent by
mail . fllnatratedaaniple,6cent8;
and now.Addres Peabodj Med-
IX EITHEtt LIQUID OB DEI FOBM '
That Acts at the imo time on
TB& UVXB, ,TES SOWSLS,
AMD TEE rEIBMSTS. v
WHY ARE WE SICK"
Because we allow these- great organs $o
I lnrtit if tsrrmfl. ana VOttonout
humors are therefor forced into 1M Uood
that should be expelled najurauy.
WM. SIMPSON & SONS'
MOURNING, SECOND MOURNING
FANCY DRESS PRINTS
The EDDYSTONE PRINT WORKS is
one of the largest and most complete estab-
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, artistic style and finish. Be sure and
ask for their goods, and see that their marks
and tickets are on them. -
WILL SURELY CURE
Mpitts CONSTIPATION, URINAKX
DISEASES, FEMALK WEAKJ.mi,
I . yrttnh nf ihAse orffant arid I
i nt i rmixwiji 1 w wvt.wr w. - a
restoring their power to throw off disease.
wi.J ..msi- KIlinnH nains and achetl
f, ui vwuw . 1
m. Ara.AnAd with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened over disordered KldneyaJ
Why endure nerroug or bici am"
TTl, KHTtET-WORTuf rejoice in health.
. n aKln farm, in tin I
Itlspwupm "'J?" " Tvl. .iYnnart Of
cans one pacKage ol Vv. I
medicine. Also inU4uldFrm, very Coneem
f nrlhoU that cannot readily prepare it.
"r? ... -
nrlt arts with equal efficiency in e.uier ivi u.
nn rr Of TOUB UKCUOlOi. " I
ww.T.R. KICHAEDSOS Co., rrop-a.
mnii , drv DosHld.) BURLT58T0!!, TI. I
Mare 3T tlT
Stoves, Healers, Ranges,
Tinware & House Furnishing Goods
MANTELS and GRATES
pf- WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Si
Particular, attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first-class hinds employed. Call lor the
BiRLEY SHEAF STOVE. .
Springs k Barwel
HAVE IN STOBE ONE OF THE
By making your purchases for cash at the Variety
Store, under Traders' National a ins. u jou wui
a LAMP, or a pair of SUSPENDERS, a set of
PL4TES or a CORSET, a covered DI3H, or a dox
of BLUE, a TOILET SET, or a pair of HOSE, a
TEA SET. or a TIN PAN, a BOWL and PITCHER
or pair of SPITTOON3, or ALMOST AN Y rm.w
CO.TlE Ayn SEE
how cheap they can be bought. The biggest dox
of BLACKING for 5 cents In tne city.
G. M. ETHEREDGE.
-PBDM08T SPECIAL FERTILIZER.-
nTR cr'vft helow Official Analysis or our gooas
VY nnvBoflt-redtothe Planters of Notth Caro-.
iir,., . ihuu UK. nll Irnrwni throusbout the btate
ano we refei Ith confidence to ail wno have given
tnem a iair tnai ui previous kmuub.
Tney are careruiiy compouuucu ui mo ucai ma-
tnrioin in Dm nrnnnrrlnnB shnwn hv exDerleuCe as
requisite for tne successful growth and maturing
ol tne cotton crop, ana we ao uoi uzu a. ww pan
son, quality and results considered, as to cheap
ness, with any brand on the market. They are
offered by our Agent at the lowest price the cost
will EttlOW, t ut we ao not unaerume w winimo iu
price per ton. wltn any ana everyming rnereu iur
sale as a fertilizer. Buyers should consider that
the Freight and Cha'ges on - iou 01 mienor
goods, are the same as on those of high value and
ror tnis reason n.no oiuer
THE BE3T ABE THE CHE APE 3T.
Analysis No. 1 524. Baletgtu N. C, March 10, 'd2.
Water at 2 1 2 deg. 13.68'pr ct
Acid 5. SO
I ReverM Phos. .
Acid 4 9
Total Avail. Phos. Equl. to
Acid io.89 prct Bone fnos.z3.r4 pro,
Insoluble Phos'c. Equlv. to-
Acid 2.20 prct Bone fnoa. 4.suprc
Nitrogen 1.6ftprct Eqolv. Am. 1.94 prct
CommercUi Value per ton (2,000 lbs,) $38.07.
(Sd.) Chis. W. Dabnbt, Jr.,
For Sale by our Agents Throughout the State.
PIEDMONT GUANO & MT'G CO.,
38 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, Md.
marl 7 6t
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
- President Arthur waa.requested'fel
i i7anh rt rvlrinpnnea. -Tna:.tO stand
;as sponsor for sewntteson; is cus-
vtiAant, cravA hbrftxt toHne DOSt-
master of. the place, and the ceremony
was duly ooservea.
aiW brilliant, anecimen of
red snow" was recently presented at a
mAfltinff OT tne v C5an X rauuisw umviu-
scopicax society ac was gaiuwou u
the Wasatcn mountains at an altitude
of about 10,000 feet above the sea level.
It is now very wen unaerotoou luaiwie
i nrorlnfiftd bW a
minute cellular plant which reproduces
itself by rapia sudqivisiou.
The wife of Mr. Murat HalsteUd.who
la a vfirv beautiful woman, is said to
hate tae aoest neaa ot uur m iud
jworld. The accounts say that "in color
and texture it i a miracle of beauty.
It is of that peculiar tint oi snaue tuai
Titian 1 oved to ' paint a mixture of
brown and spun gold that is rare to hu
man sight It is wonderfully thick, and
when uncoiled and combed out, it cov
ers her like a sheet of a water-fall."
, Ex-Minister Sehenck has sins enough,
no doubt, to answer for, without being
held responsible for the introduction of
pdker-plaving into England; This
charge has appeared in haifpf the
newspapers of the United States. The
fact is, poker-playing was carried to
England in the old packet ships which
ran from New York to London, and
many a uoble son of Kentucky has be
nQH tho tAriinm nf "a fortv-dav vovaee
by teaching John Bull this little game
Une oi tne greatest uunusiuea w uy
fnnnri anvwhfirft in the world is a't Lex-
... J - - t
imrtnn cia - it. fa a. h itca rock weiorhmer
several tond. ori a strange balance,
standing like an egg on end. 'i ne equi
poise is so delicate that a child can eas
ily rock the huge stone like a cradle.
This curiosity is right in the town of
Lexington and, is visited by nearly all
strangers, who consider it a most won-
deilul treaK ot nature.
st-nHarins show that over 1.500.000 OD-
aj V V W W V" fcr . r m.
nlnved in the manufac
ture of cotton goods in the principal
countries of the world. Ut mese 4u,
are employed in Great Britain, France
fn nu'ii wir.n '2 .Rw. ana lue utuoi
countries, in order of precedence, are
the United States, Russia, Germany and
Tnriia With rfieard. however, tothe
'annual value of cotton goods produced,
tne united tes coiuea wjcuuu, im
about half 'the production of Great
Britain, and Germany and Russia fol
low. No doubt that one of the most potent
shorteners of life is anxiety. Some
men lead a. life oi constant care in pro
viding for bare subsistence, others in
protecting the abundance they have.
In either case the habit is an unprofita
ble one. ' In adversity there is uothing
gained by fretting, and the man of
wealth need not borrow trouble. But
the habit is one readily acquired, and
grows rapidly unless sternly repressed.
The best way to overcome it is to look
on the cheerful side "of anything. Act
your part well ; be thrifty, industrious,
courageous, remembering that "suffi
cient unto the day is the evil thereof,"
and corroding care will seek other com
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n cm a r n nnnm n mm
GOO R .K OO COO EBB B B II BEE DSS
Flour, Grain, Protons, &c,
E?ir offered In this market; .Don't buy until you
examine our Stocfc and Prices.
-CORN flg" OATS.-
-j CAR LOADS WHITE CORN,
-JQ CAR L0AD3 1ELL0W CORN,
1 000 BABHELS FL0UB'
00 8ACK9 C0FFEK'
2QQ BARRELS MO 88E3,
2QQ BARRELS SUQAR, '
100 B?XE3 BAC0N'
2QQ BOXES SOAP,
' 200 ?ACKAQE3 CKEREL,
100 B0XES CS1CKB3
' 25 BOXES CHEESE, &C. .
CONST AN TLY
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP OR" ASH,
In the New Jersey Senate yesterday
r Kill tiroo naaQorl Q lit. V Art 71 n t7 t.hfl Dlir-
chase of a portrait of James A. Garfield
for the State library.
It is stated that the Hon. Samuel J.
Randall has indicated his willingness
to accept the chairmanship of the Phil
adelphia Democratic executive com
mittee. , The widow of President Lincoln
drew from the pension office at Chica
go Thursday 315,000, being the amount
due her under the recent act of Cong
ress passed for her relief .-
A resolution offered in the New
York Assembly yesterday asking the
President of the United States to -'reduce
the punishment of Sergeant Ma
son to dismissal from the army" was
laid on the table.
The charred and blackened remains
of B. B. Watson, the cotton broker,
were found Thursday morniDg beneath
the debris of the large fire of Wednes
day at Macon, Ga. It is evident he did
not leave his bed, being suffocated by
smoke and then burned.
Fifty liberal members of Parliament
have signed a memorial in iavoroi
more leniency towards the imprisoned
The labor organizations of Philadel
phia held a mass-meeting in Horticul
tural hall, last night, John Swinton, of
New York, was one of the speakers.
Resolutions were adopted demanding
the enacting of laws legalizing labor
unions ; establishing a national depart
ment of labor ; making eight hours a
lorral rtav'a work, and abolishing the
contract system of convict labor. The
action of the United States Senate in
nassinff the anti-Chinese bill was high
"Rrlward Von Elcheman. the son of an
! Austrian baron, died in a New York
Sdice station on Wednesday morning,
e was arrested at a German ball Tues
day night by two patrolmen, cnargea
with disorderly conduct, and was lock
I ed up in a cell at the station house.
Half an nour later ne was iouuu biuh. m
a Cell, and died as an ambulance trom a
hospital arrived at the station house.
It is asserted by the friends of the de
i ceased man that he had been clubbed to
death by the policemen who arrested
j him, but the autopsy showed that in all
proDaDiiity ueam wao uue w oumo u"-
In Philadelphia yesterday when the
mail was delivered at Disston'ssaw
works a package was handed to J ohn
R. Baker, a watchman in the estaolish-
mant. It Wb thA imnrint. of the Uni
ted States Treasury Department, and
I contained checks for $50,000 in settle
ment for government bonds, and no re
ceipt was necessary for them. It seems
that there are two men bearing the
name of John R. ..Baiter in the city ai
I rectory, and. the package had been sent
to the wrong addressXbe mistake was
rectified yesterday morning, vui, . i
atntAri that, t.hfl DAT-SOU, to. Whom the
checks were delivered in the first -place
coold ; have drawa :yie: .money : upon
The Land, of Flo wers,. -
Philadelphia Enquirer.. ..... , , ;
'A nilKMaho1 intAririAar hftf.WP.fvn' Gov
etnor William D.Bloxhatn, of Elorida,
ana- a correspondent or me new Or
leans Times-Democrat gtvea? s gtaphio
description pf the growtrand rpsoui;-.
ees of . that State and her social and
financial - condition, and : some, facts
therein are of peculiar interest to tne
leaders of the Becord. ,-"-
As , indicating the rapid increase of
the, population (of , Florida, the Gover
nor states rthat the number of tax
payers; in i88l was 16 per cent, greater
than in 188J). immigrants to the State
are- received with open arms, and not
far from 20,000 people were thus added
to tne population last year, xuo pou
ple who are settling in the State ara of
ithatcla8s deemed desirable; anywhere.
Tne majority or. mem navp nuiyt) wp
tal, andaearly all of them are from the
Southern, Middle and Northwestern
States, with a, sprinkling from New .
England. In. the last ten years the im
migration has beerfully 30,000, and this
increase has occured almost wholly
within five' yearsT
Unimproved lands in the hands of
nrino(a norKai oca galliniT ith from Ti'2
to $5 per acre ; improved lands at from
$4 to $iu, some Demgneiu aviunuei
prices, the value, of course, depending
on the location, latitude, improvements,
etc. The State hands of Florida aggre
gate, about $10,500,OQOf acres; The
school lands, which are included in this
aggregate, are subject to entry at $1.25
per acre, and some tracts are valued a3
high as $4 per acre. The swamp lands,
of which the State now has about 9,000,
000 acres, are graded in price according
to the number of acres, varying from $1
nr apiTA for a tract of 40 acres down to
70 and 75 cents for tracts, of 640 acres
and nvAr. There are about 12.000.000
acres of United States lands in the
State, the price of which is 1.25 per
acre. fChe quality of the btate and
HnvAmmMit land is variable. Some of
it. ia vArv eood. and a great deal of it is
not worth much, except forthe timber
Ahnnt. .fnn 1 last vear Hamilton
v v y
Disston, of , this city, purchased 4,000,000
ar.rp.s of swamn laud for Sl.600.000. He
took the lands in bodies of .10,000 acreo
He subsequently sold ',000,000 acres
to Dutch and English capitalists, who
are represented by Sir Edward J. Reed
and Dr. Werthein. The company form
ed of these English and Dutch capiul
iota rronnses to do a crreat deal for the
prosperity.of Florida. In connection
with its lands it has purchased the fol
The Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mo
bile; the Florida Ceatral, and the Tran
sit Railway, which runs from Pensaco
la to Cedar Keys and Ocala in all
about 300 miles of constructed road.
The company has bought the chartered
rights of the Tropical Florida Road,
which runs from Ocala to Tampa,- and
is iujw constructing it.
TFalan r.(interaDlates building a rail
way from some uoint on the Florida-
Tropical Road, below Ocala, by way of
T.ppshnrff.tothe Indian River. Its lands
are in the market, and also the Disston
lands, and lands held by other compan
ies. There are also large tracts, kjiown as
"Spanish grants," which are chierly
held by non-residents, and which can
be bought at low prices.
The governor states that nearly all
the public lands and the ereater part of
the lands in private hands are Covered
by timber. He estimates that there are
30'000.000 acres of good timber lands,
three-quarters of which are covered
with yellow pine. .
The number of saw mills erected in
the State within the pastjtwelve months
a oiirnrisintr Th encouragement ex
tended to railroads that run through
the State, by giving them alternate sec
tions of land has induced the construc
tion of numerous lines, and many oth
ers are projected and building.
The nnnrlitinn of the DUbliC Schools IS
stated to be decidedly progressive. The
former unfriendly feeling against them
has, in a great measure, given way to a
strong, healthy sentiment in their favor.
Commencing thirteen years ago with
out any organization, there are now
over 12,000 schools in the State, to sus
tain which there was raised a school,
fund last year of S13S.747. According
tn. tYia lnr enumeration there were 84,-
523 school children in the State white,
44 523 ; colored, 40,000 and of this num
ber fully one-half attended the schools.
a (rradnal imnrovement m the condi
tion of the colored population i3 notice
able. They are becoming better edu
oottwi an mnr intelligent, and have a
wabtU UU ' ' -r 1
clearer idea of their duties and respon
sibilities as citizens. - .
Tho financial condition of the btate is
q onhiert. for enncrratulation. There
is at all times money in the Treasury to
nnir apprnmor liam ltlPS. WUUB tUC
t.h honied-debt is onlv'Sl,
2S0.OOO, and the assessed value fit tho
t.ha RtatA is S36.691.823. The
. -J " r r xt rtf tVio Twamr t.v nf thft DODU
FTfinrirla ia toward atrricultural
industries. Small fafms for "truck and
garden farming are increasing in all
directions, and with the larger farmers
or nlanters there is a growing senti
ment in favor of diversified crops.
Voorin ail who Ancrflcrp. in agricultural
nnrsnits Drosuer. and the resources of
the soil appear, unlimited. Orange cul-t,-,-r
han Buddftnlv attained immense
proportions, the capital invested in this
industry alone amounting to between
aiAAAAum anA . 19 nnnrmn. The num-
ber of oranges exported in 1880 was not
less than 45,000,000, and the total crop
ol nor pont. more, valued at
nw iuuj Vtj . .
i rwin nno. The crroves ranee in extent
from 10 to 10,000 trees, and, owing to
fVia inrAnaino- fonsnrhntion. the busi-
ness offers greater inducements than
ever before. Florida has, indeed, a
ht.hifl ftxhibit of ner
growing prosperity is only indicative
of the revival so rapidly progressing
throughout the whole south.
TUe Key to Health.
' Have you found the key to 'perfect health and
i that overcomes It once the Inaction of the kidneys
aiiu uunoiD. a fwiiioo uio uiuuu vj vmouoiug uici
system ol foul humors, and by:lvlDg strength to
thA liver, kldneva and hnwela to rjerform their
Cregtdar lancrions; See displayed advertisements.
Qvugb and iz&itixtzs.
Jatt Received a Sioek of FI!NHE TEAS
for ilie Retail Trade.
R.H. JOEDAN & CO.
Ready mixed PAINTS. In 1 and 2
R1 H.JORDAN & CO.
A FULL LINE
Paint aud. White Wah truihcs,
R. IL JORDAN krtO.
WE5 HAVE THE BEST
5c and 10c CIO MIS SOLD,
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
A FRESH SUPPLY
Thll ffAf Ifiirlnir Mrholnlai
rected by the Railroad Official, and
may be Relied on a Correct
North Carolina Railroad.
Pate, February 19th, 1882
" High Point
Arrive Greensboro, ...
Leave Wreensboro, . . .
Arrive Raleigh,.;".. ...
Arrive GoidsboroV ...
5r a ui
Rl a m
40 p m
No. 17 Dally except Saturday, :
Leave i reensboro.. ... 00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh,. . ..8.04 a m
Arrive atoldsboro,..8.00 a m
No, 51 Connects at Greensboro' with B & D.
B. B. tor all points North. East and West, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. fe W- K. B. lor Wil
B. for ll points in Western North Carolina; dully
at Greensboro with h. 4 D. H H. for a.l points
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, February 19th, 1882
Of MINERAL WATERS,
(R. H. JORDAN & CO.
And Bvorlng Extrac'i.
R. H. JOED AN. & CO.,
Leave Goldsboro,. .
Arrive Hign Point,..
Arrive Salisbury.. .
I2u40 p m
4 10 pm
5 23 pm
9.43 p m
12 50 a m
Stock a Supply of
Equitable and Chesapeake.
Kainitt, or Germao Potash Salts.
7 25 am
9 28 am
CALL AND SEK U3.
No. 18 Dally except Sunday,
Leave Go'dsboro...2 50 p m
Arrive at Baleltb,..7.10 p m
Leave Kaieigh. . '. . . . fv 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2 20 p nr
vuiiiirv ttL ucsxiuLiv wiui jua v. Air-
Line for all points In the South and touthwest.
and with C, C. & A. E. B. lor all points Eouth and
No. fi2 Connects at Charlotte with A. A C Air
Line for aU points South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with C., C. & A. K. B. for all points South and
. W. IS. C. RAILROAD.
Bath Fr?l; hki! DomiMlr,
Jusi P.ecf !ved, at
From Saratoga Springs. N. Y. A new weter re
sembling ihe Imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid, cures dyspp-ti, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Halhorn Natural Mineral Water,
Bcommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
r CASES CONGHE3 WATEB,
NO. 50 Dally.
t r r Ckf w. h.
jueave itreens.ju'1' y uit
Arrive Kernersvuie iu.ho p m
AMve Salem - 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except annday.
Leave Greensboro 8 30 a m
Arrive Kerhersviile 9.41am
Arnve B&iem iiuioa-m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 am
Arrive Kernersvl le 5.50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
LeHve Salem .- 6j00 p m
Arriv.' Kernersville rt.40 p m
Arrive Greenaboro 8.00 p m
-I HAVE JDST RECEIVED--
A LOT U-
STATK ITNIVERSITV Ktli.KOAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,
Arrive Ha eigh. . .
T.n0 a m
8.20 a m
10 15 am
CASES BOCK BBIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
I Mo. 2.
Leave Balds! h, . .
Arrive Chapel Hill,
5 1 5 p m
R 15 p m
Anu a full supply of
Pallmaa Sleepiiu Cars Witeit Ctae
On Train No. 50. New York and AManta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, hichmonn and cnanot e ana
Washington and Charlot e via Danville.
tgr-Throueh Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Baleiah, Goldsboro. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South. Southwest. West, North
and East. K r KmlgraDt Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas aid the Southwest, address,
General Pa.-seneer Agent,
feb2S Hich wood. Va.
On and af er March 5th, 1882, the passen
ger train senicf on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
BOTH ATLANTA AND PIHI.AUKI
No One Can Underbi ll
John R. liits.
Hanvadi Janos Waters.
TilE GREAT ECROFEAX NOVELTY !
Leave Charlotte, AI
Arrive Gnttonia. L
Aii-ive Spartan burg K.
Airive Greenville, H
Arrive Seneca. G
4 rrlwo TrwWUl V
Arrive Babun Gap Junction,
Arrive Lula, E
112.40 a m
1 .35 a m
4.04 a m
5. 82- am
7.15 a m
S.28 a m
9.82 a m
10 fil am
1.40 p m
1 1.05 a m
12.02 p m
2 35 d m
5.54 p m
7. OS d m
12.05 a m
THE BEST NATTJBAL APEBIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dosa-A wine glass full before breakfast.
"Hunvn Janos. Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
thnt of all otner Known waters.
The. Kriiiah Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, saf jst, and most efficacious
Frof. Vircrww, oeniu. iuvriui sc-w uu
prompt success; most valuable."
lrqf Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scamoni, WurszDurg. 1 prescnoe none
but this." ,
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. I)., F. R London.
'More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them m emcacy. . .,
Prtsr-Atken, If. D., F. R. ., Boyal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and yried-
JOHN H. McAlfEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
Airive Gainesvll e
Arrive Lula, K
Arrive habun Gap Juucilon,
Arrive Toccta. K ;
Arrive Seneca. G .
Arrive Greenville. H
a rri ve Spartanburg, K
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M . .
4 54 m
62 P m
7.ofi d m
8.24 D m
11.40 p m
8. 15 am
5.00 a m
741 a m
9.14 a m
11 21 am
2.59 P m
5 11 pm
6.00 P m
North Tryon 8t.,
CHABLOTTE, N. C.
nrvNPT no TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as wpen it nows irom uie bjjilus aw mii"6.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
ohu-h wn return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H McADEN,
I T1 'CC. (UiU uciuiai.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and comtesent dmgglsts, day or night
A New "Way to Collect Old Debts.
To',inaa t miffht aa well destroy
this," said the tailor, disconsolately,
t h;0 wifa tatinor nn a bill due from
V.5r frnm nna nf thft deCODS OI tlie
vrtoKUnf i" returned his wile
XVU C vi. . ,
wni.ra it tn ma " '
The next Sunday morning, when the
rUf0 oo noacoH round for suoscrip-
tions to pay off a floating debt, she drop-
pea the Dill in.ic.anu wiuio mo mu
"Marriage is a lottery," remarked the
D,,f T.jni.aavnrv man to take tne
UUl X A T WD j
BOTH WHOLESALE and BETAIL
U II lllllllATCI
r, irmiTm nr AtTTi 11,-' III II Ulll ttX
SPRINGS & BURVELL.
.. ; at mstiii 'vM)
f eb8 dw
, ... Fire at Winston.
KixEiGH, 3Sr.'C, March 18 A special
to the Nws-fehd- Observer reports a
Are at Winston, N. C. Losses as fol
lows: J. A. Veach's harness shop, en
tire loss ; Singer machine office, partial
loss; Mrs, B.iK,ray's two small stpresj
dwelling and furniture. Gray Si Mar
tin Amrrrriata anaf otnaH huovv inaa Ha
. . 1 0 j - mi a L.h.m
control.' The full .amount of loss and 1
insurance is not known.' The fire is
supposed td be the 'drkof- an incen
diary. - ;
4 - FBJS EGOS, OAT JUSAA., .
1 2 X
ner .Miiiunnn. destq
Victim ol 70HUUUI wrprnoeppo canau
1H TiUU eTjery.UvTvV reutcujr.
. vau j- rv
Mf . BLkVCkiSoa L,e Favorable.
WAsniNQTON, March 18. Bepf esent
atird BladL'a Jconditton ia less favorable
Balmy odors fromSplce Jilaoda, "
Wafted hv the troDlebreeee; 1 4
mzlmon' 1 healthfdf frtgraSce
m w r nil.ituna miitflAa &
A ConTenient Attack ol Malaria,
March 19 Mr. Shtp-
before the com-
,sf n eoiZZ affairs to-dav. He
o itfr TOriitftn bv his. clerK
ofotinn that v.a ha, an attacKof maia-
rial fever, and could not come until
Tuesday. The committee decided to
senci a messenger u xxcw
quire into nis conainwu. -;-
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
Bwlth arriving trains of Georgia Cenbal, A. &
W. P. and W & A Baiiroads.
-C with arriving trains of Georgia Ballroad
K with Northeastern Ballroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F v.lth ilDerton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, 8. C.
. H with Columbia and ureenvlile to asm from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllle, and'Spartan-
burg", Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbin.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
irom Lianas ana ueaier.
M with C C. A A., C. C, B. fc D. and A.. T. & O.
for ail pomts West, North and tast
Pullman sleeptng-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 dally, without change between Atlanta and
New x-orlc. A. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. B. Talcott,
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent.
I marl 2
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
-In Efftct Wednesday, March 1st, 1882
We hve -:t recelvedand ofT r f-r A
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decoration. 58 pieces, $10.00, woitt
IT TT 1 TTTVT? Tl UTTS crnlil hirrl find flower
jiaiua . .mi. l i.i. ll.w, ry ' , --jr
decoration combined, 44 pieces, $ 12 50,
worth $18 00.
POBCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, very nice.
.44 pieces, $5.00.
POBCELATNE DINNER SETTS. l&T Pieces, let
$15.00; decorated, 180 p eces, for $35.00.
BBQKZE LAMPS of a superior Quality, complefe
with shades, at $1.00, worth $2 00.
All Other Goods in Proportion.
W WHOLESALE and NET ALL. JJ
J. Brooklield k IX
been thU day d ssolved by mutual conw'nt
February 9. 1882. F.'c. MUNZLKB.
Arrive Bocli Hill,
Arrive Colu bia,.;
Arrive Btdge Spring,.,..
Arrive Augusta, ,
12.85 p m
j .28 p m
2.60 p m
4 25 d m
6 1 2 p m
K 2ft n m
7.40 P m
8.40 p m
755 a m
9. 12 am
9 52 a m
Arrive Bock Hill
Arrive CotaiBbla,-. . . .,
ArrlTe Lexington,. . , , .
Airive Bldge Siring,..
Arrive Granite vllle,...
! AMve Augusta.. ...
HAVING bought out the Interest of . w.
after conduct the business, as agent for the Be
nr Kugei uompany. iu
turning tnanKS ior iasi. pturvuaKD, vk
solicit favors lnine ruiure.
feblO F. C. arUrlZLEB.
I 5 40 am
x u8 ami
Q RO n. ml
7.32 o m
2 40 a m
7-64 a ni
9-30 a m
iiempW3. T..v.'b.' Jrtt til, 1881,
tt n w.w rnt B . --Yotrr Safe Sidney
and Liver Cure, la my case,-ouTed a - connrmed
tteknnuntwti ta I believe it to be the
Temedy for all female olsordew.and can cheerful
ly recommend it. JUO. p. H.1JU1W11. .
of every ''descriptions are reileved 'at once,1 and
steedUy cored by Kidney-Wort. It seems Intended
M iiiiiin in. ka nr. frull dInenaRn of thn kldnpvn
.,.Mju 4vi tiioyuiv v . . w.
caasett by weakness and debllltyi. Its igrenfe-tonlo '
powers are esDecuirr ainscu'u u iu nsmuv
this class of diseases. We know ot persons that
have mifTnnui tnr thirty var that have been ner-
raanAntr N,Md, Vr tn.kine KtdnevWort
time.' TffJt tther liquid or dry. Emj.
n lao'Alncr fifipuMata r Tn.flav norroa thar
roost diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
ij'Ver. 11, LUtsiciuic, lap juuucja ouu uiTcia an?
kept In perfect order, perfect health will be thetre
o -,t . Tii a tmth has onlv been known a short lime
and for years people suffered great agony wl.hoqt
Demg ame io nuu reiwwL. x uu uistwoi l " tu
ner's Safe Kiduey arid Liver Cure marks anew
era In the treatment of these trotrbles. Mide
from a simple tropical leai oi rare vaiue.u con
tains Just the elements necessary to- nourish and
lnvurorate hoth of these geat organs, and safely
" trior, them tn nrrtpr It ill a POSITIVE
BEMEDY lor all the diseases that cause pajns Jo
the lower part the body for Torpid Liver-
Headaches i aauuioa juizziuosb wmn xctct,
. 4-1 u.a, oil lilfflffllMu rt Ihn
Kidneys, Liver and Urlnarj Organs.
It to an excellent and safe remedy for female
j i DaoMnanM It nrl 1 1 Arrhtml Vffnn atnifitlrtn
and Is invaluable for Leacorrhoea or Falling of the
As a Hood Purifier it Is unequalled, r it. cores
the organs that haxs the blood.
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, to
put irp In the LABGEST SIZED BOTT LK of any
medieme npen the market and to rold.1. drugglstn,
and all dealers at $1.25 per bottle. For Di abetes
enquire for WABNEB'8 SAFE DIABETES CUBE.
Mtoa .WA.r.Afe WABNEB
Af, . : H I. A -.
Train Vn K9 TlnllT Oinnnntsnl Columbia with
the s. C. K- B.for Charleston, and wtth theC
G. B. B. for Alston. Newberry. AbDevnte,, c
Augusta with Central Georgia B. B for Macon,
. irain mo. o, uany- auiicci 'n sukuik.u
the Georgia B. B. and Central Georg B- B. for
Mcon. Atlanta, Savannah and Klwida points.
Trains Nos. 18 and 20, local, daHy except Sun
I oay. . .. . .
senger, daily, at ft.85 p. m. Freight, 4aliy exoept
, Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. and 4 4fi p. m.
.- , . -- - - - w i" 1 1 11 '
ATLANTIC, TENNEt-SKE & OHIO DIVISION.
1 TraltfNo. 82. Daily, r
; Leaye Charlotte,. ...
Arrive at Dtaiex'"c
Train No. 53, Dally,
Arrive at Charlotte,..
JO0 TONS HIGH GBADB
'conWlift 12 to 18 percent Eolnble PWM'ho
. i A
Acid. Analysis uuRraut-eu-jy
W ABB AN TED GENUIHK,
nniat inrinrwmenta Is dealers d lafg bur11
CHAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Deale la Guano nd Coro"
. ' Merchant, Wilmington, N.C
Rochester, N. V.
inveta Hbid to all riolnts Sooth,' Southeast And
cr.th.aBt. and .Nurpsffe checked through. NO
lar-over allowed on local tickets. ' A.POPK,
T. JUL tt A ALlAfl 1, VJOll l cuouubv. sbvuv
. Oen'l Manager.
Columbia, S. C-, March 1st, 1882. ..
wt of m.
reU as a tee Fertll
t 23' for Peas Wi ll
HAVI Just Bectived a shipniertt
la frwl Tnr KtlW-K 88 Weil
mJ.V W v
nlvKia khows 41 against !
ductofc d77 agalast 80 for fat prwrM
'. mar4tt -
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