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27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90
Battr BEETTIO VEN Oit contains lOfoll sets
OoWen "fonTie Reeds, T STOPS, Walnut or Eboniied
Case, 6 OcteB.MtaJFoot Flates,Upright Bellows, Steel
SpringB, Ump Stands, Pocket for Music, Bandies and
Itollers for moving. Beotty'a Patent Stop Action, a
NEW AND NOVfcL KEEDBOARD (patented,)
ENORMOUS SUCCESS. Sales ever WOO a month,
demand increasing. IW Factory vorkinsr DAY and
by 3i Edison's EkctrtoLlghta at N IG11T to fill orders
trice. MiMi ireiiTcrea on ooara iriin
Car.bc re. Stool, Book, A:e., only PW
IfafUraummr'wf(MarmotKUumriTtm Organ and ImU
rnmpttt rtfnd U amwy nA t mtererf, nothing can be fairer
Voare awl examine tbe Instrument. Leave N. Y. City,
In m rr4vlnflMnN. Y.RCUJOrVD.1
routes from cnioaftOvtucruoona, nuia. .noioon, etc , see
"Beatty's Excursion Route Circular,") t&allowed to pay
expenses If you buy; come anyway, you are welcome.
Free Coach with polite attendant meet all train.
Other Onrana 30, $40, ISO up. Pianofortes 125 to $1600.
BuUfnl UhntraUd U1om frc. Address or call upon
DABIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, Hm Jersey
" (Ihtanllahed 18.) L
For UOOIS, Walls and Ceilings in Place oi matner. oaui
Ulegandcatalotrue mailed free. W. H. FAY.CamdsaJI. J
mm TMPRnvnn ROOT BEER. 25c.
I n to package makes 5 gallons of a de-
srl iioinn. nhoinnnmA. snrkilnsr temrjerance
X M beverage. Ask your druggist, or sent by
mall lor 25c. c. hium,
48 N. Dela. Ave., Philadelphia.
REWARD! for any case of
Blind Rendinir. itcninz.
Ulcerated, or protruding
fTI.Ktt that DnRING'3
PILE KKMEDY fUis to cure. Prepared bv J. P.
Mlt.T.tR M T QlK arch atmot. Philadelphia. Pa.
Nona ranulne without his signature. S-nd for
circular Sold by druggists and country stores. SI.
BOLD MEDAL AWARDED
theAuther.Anjwand arreat tied
teal Work, warranted the best and
cheapest, indispensable to every
man,entitled "the Science of Life
r.Self-Preeervation ;" bound in
nAt lVnnnu I
full ailtJOO pp.oontains beautiful
steel engravings, 123 prescrip
tions, price only $1.2S sent by
mail . illustrated sample, 6 cents;
send now. Address Peabody Med.
TOVOrT P Institute or Dr. W. H. PAR-
, No. 4 Bulfinch St. Boston
Laua Pntenis obtained, and special attention gtvn
to contested Pre-emption, Homestead.Mlneral and
Timber ult ru Entries. Hbzhest price pa d for
Land Warrants and ScriD of all kinds. PEN
SIONS PfcoCUKKD for f-oldiera and sailors dis
abled in line of duty. P- nslons Increased lr rated
too low. Bounty, back pay and newdl-charge ob
tained Send i wo 3c stamps tor blatiKs ana "Cir
cular Information." Address
STHUDtRT & CO ,
413 G St. N. W , Washtmjton, D. C,
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Patent Portable Circular
Ao stationary ana rauus
5 N. SCHROEDEB ST.,
Grist and Flour Mills, Water Whpels, Wood Working
and Barrel Machinery, ghinrie Mills, Circular 8aws,
MUlSuppUefLetc. TANITE ESrERY VVILEELS
and UHDUJLNCJ JUACH IN F.RY.
ISend for Cataloaras),
Carbonate of Lime
BEST & CHEAPEST FERTILIZERS.
"attl 25 prbar'
.bend lor circular
FKEMCII BROS., Rocky Point, V(. C.
HXXstc Ua neo us.
Springs & Burwe
HAVE IN STORE ONE OF THE
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G OR RO 00 OK RRIIE g8
G RRR O O O EE RRR II EE 83a
n mi T DA An n n -n n f wa B
GOO R R OO COO EKB B R II EKK BS3S
Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
Ef r offered In this mar et Don't buy until you
examine our tock and Prices.
CORN SB OATS.
CAB LOADS WHITE CORN,'
CAB L0AD3 IELL0W CORN,
1 000BABBKLS FL0Ufi
QQ 8 ACK3 COFFEE,
2QQ BARRELS HO SSES,
100 BARBKL8 8uqak.
B )XES BACON,
JQ packages lard,
100 B0XES CBACKEBS,
25 BOXES CHEESE, &C
PIEDMONT PATENT f LOUR,
1 00 Barrels justlfrom the Mil',
SPRINGS & BURWELl.
f eb8 dAw
THE BwrBottlipg business heretofore conduct-
k .V.r.'' .rr t-",ay. muuzier na
wwu uui ua; u ssuiveu uj mutual consent.
k n w- K. COCHRANE,
February 9, 1882. F. C. MUUZLER.
, v mvsj wuu vuv wilt? luicicov vi mr. w, n
Cochrane la the Beer BotUlDg business. I will here-
uo uuBiucss, as agent ior me nerfl;
Der A KiutaI ftnmnani In rjiaviiit. ..4 ..v,i
- 2? . wp-whwi hu .wuiio re
turning thanks for past patronage, respectfully
Sural I n v a m ,, M a,a A -
wivn 111 uus lutare.
. RMna4fn11v. - . - -
feblO , y r. C. MUNZLER.
jWeeonttsin to act as Solicitors fbf Patents, Carets
mwiM. VUlJIlgUbSa VIA?f W UIO USUbOU DlMeSt
ansila Auks 17 jt s sm. &m . , . '
have had thirty-fire years experience.
,-. wi Muua. jl targe ana epieaaia liius.
WiKSSi UVH interesting, and has an enormous
ev? York hSSEISkL avcak, 87 Park Eow,
'RgaXork. Handbook sfrwtrtenfr free. '
THE ONLY MEDICINE
i IX EITHER LIQUID 0B DBT FOBS
That Acts at the same time en
TSBLIVSa, TES BOWELS,
A1ID .TI& BIMS7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
' Secaiiic4 tfkkm.&et great organ to
beam dogged, or torpid, and poitonou
humors art therefor forced into the Mood
that shouldbt expelled naturally,
WILL SURELY CURE
PILES, COUSTIPATIOIT, URINARY
DISEASES,' TXMAIX WEAKNESSES,
AND NERTOU8 DISORDERS,
bvcautina fret action of thete organs and
J restoring their power to throw off disease.
Why suffer BUIoug pains and schesl
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Whj frightened ever disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nervous or tick headncheit
Use KIDNEY-WOHTancf rejoice in health.
It Is put up in Dry Vegetable Form, In tin
cans one package of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in Liquid Form, Tery Coneen
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it I
rv-It acts with equal efficiency in either form.
SET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.00
WELLS. BICHABDS0X A Cd., Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) BT7HIJ3GT0XJ YT,
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, or a CORSET, a covered DISH, or a box
of BLi'E, 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 ANYTHING
CO.TIE AND SEE
how cheap the? can be bought. The biggest box
of BLACKING for 5 cents In the city.
C. M. ETHEREDGE.
-"PIEDMONT SPECIAL FERTILIZER.--
WE give below Official Analysis of our goods
now o0t red to tbe Planters of Noith Caro
lina; they ar well known throughout the state
ami we refei Ith confidence to nil wno have given
tnem a talr trial In previous seasons. -
Tbey are carefully compounded of tbe best ma
terials. In the proportions thown by experience as
requisite for tbe successful ttrowth and maturing
of the Cotton crop, ana we do not fear a compari
son, Quality and results considered, as to cheap
ness, wlih any brand on the market Tbey are
o3erea by our Agenti at the low. st price the cost
wiii allow, ui we do not undertake to compete in
price ir ton. witn any and ever) tnin? one red lor
sile as a fertilizer. Buyers should consider that
the Freight and CLa ges on . on of Inferior
goods, are the tame a on those of high value and
lor mis reason it no o ner
THE BEST ARE THE CHE 1PE3T.
Armlysls No. 1 524. Raleigh, N. C, March 10, 's2.
Water at 2 1 2 deg. 13.68 or ct
Acid ... . 5.90
Acid 4 99
Total Avail. Phos. Eaulv. to
Acid 10 89 prct Bone Phos 23.77 prct
insoluble rnos'c fiaulv. to
Acid . 2 20prct Bone Phos. 4.80prct
Mtrotcen l.ttorrct Equlv Am. l.U4prct
Commercial Value per ton (2,000 lbs.) $38.07.
(Sd.) Chas W. Dabkbt, Jr.,
For Sale by our i gents Throughout the Stab?.
PIEDMONT GUANO & M'F'G CO.,
38 8. Charles Street, Baltimore, Md.
marl 7 6t
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP FOB CASH,
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
Tinware & House FurnishiDg Goods
"' MANTELS and GRATES '
sT-WHOLESALE and RETAIL. d
k 'w faiUeularlattentlon paid to
-ROOING AP SPOUTING.--
None but first class bands employed. Call for the
r.Tt- H I tit I7TJ .'C'TWj 1 Tl i ClftlATTfl !
Stye ffiifartetft b
SAT3L7BlXi3f ALABpH 2S, 1882.
VSiM ITEMS' WBiTEREkt
The investigation into the affairs of
defunct New York insurance compa
nies grows interesting. A discrepancy
of $7,000,000 has already come to the
surface, and the "receivers" are getting
Half the silver half-dollars circulated
in MontanaarfifUletref ? to be counter-
feitsniaddby the Chinese in San Fran-
Jcisco.3 Tieyaredescrlbed as of exactly
the weight oi tne genuine ones ana one
thirty-second part of an inch larger in
diameter. They contain only sixteen
cents' worth of silver, which is all on
the surface. .
The Atlanta Constitution mentions
the case of A. M. Camp, who, starting
with a capital of $25 about ten years
ago, is now a manufacturer doing a
business amounting to $350,000 a year.
This illustrates the .possibilities of the
manufacturing interest in tbe South
wben pursued witn energy and indus
That is not a pleasant picture for
Englishmen to contemplate which the
Pall Mall Gazette presents, when it
says : "There must be something wrong
in things when thousands of unem
ployed working men of London have to
solicit the Lord Mayor to assist them
in emigrating to Canada, while scores
of farms are lying unlet and untilled
"I hear," says the London Truth,
that at last week's ballot for Oxford
and Cambridge Club. Mr. Ashmead-Bartlett-Burdett-Coutts
unprecedented distinction of receiving
twenty black balls."
The steamer City of Baton Rouge has
just made what is said to be the quick
est trip on record between JNew Orleans
and St. Louis, only excepting the fa
mous run of the R. E. Lee, when, strip
ped for fast time, she raced with the
Natchez. Fourteen stops were made,
she had a load of passengers and freight ;
her time from port to port was four
days, fourteen hours and twenty-five
It turns out that "Justice," who wrote
the letter iu the Washington Post de
nunciator of Gerfield, is notChauncey
I. Filley, Postmaster at St Louis, and
the inventor of the big sunflower 30d
brass medal, as was supposed. The
author is said to be one William Brown,
who claims to have been a delegate to
the Chicago convention from the Sev
enty district of Kentucky.
The Vicksburg Herald thinks the
Southern-people should go into the cul
ture of silk. The climate is exactly
what is desired, and the mulberry and
Osage orange trees, .the leaves of which
are the best food for the silk worm,
grow spontaneously in many sections,
and can be -grown anywhere in the
South. Besides, a large class of the
population, women and children, have
no occupation, and silk culture would
furnish an easy and profitable one. Silk
issucceBsfully raised new in mauy por
tions of the South, and there is a ready
American market for more than can be
One of the Men with DeLong Thinks
His Commander Has Perished.
Fall RiVEU,March 20 The follow
ing letter was received in this city on
Saturday night from Louis J. Noras,
one of the two men on the Jeaunette
who last saw Captain DeLong alive
Noras was in DeLong's boat.
"Yakutsk, Liberia, Jan. 7, 1SS2
Dear Father: I sei.d you a few lines to
let you know that 1 am alive and well
Our ship was broken up June 11th, and
left tnirtyttnree men on the ice nun
dreds of miles from civilization. We
travelled 800 to 900 miles, some 300 to
400 of which we sailed in small boats,
and landed on the northern coast of
Siberia. One of our boats landed on
the coast. The other we know noth
ing about There were eight men in
the boat that is missing. The boat I
was in arrived- safe enough. We had
fourteen men, Some of the men had
their feet frozen. Mine were frozen.
One man died after we got on shore
We travelled about two weeks short of
food. Then the captain decided to
send Ninderman and myself on ahead
to look for assistance, We walked 120
miles without anything to eat; tor six
days we had not a mouthful of food
We were most starved when found by
the Datives. The captain and the ten
men, I fear, have died from starvation
and cold. Three men Engineer Mel
ville. William Ninderman, and Bart-
lett will remain here this summer to
search for their remains and for the
ship's paper. The rest of us there are
ten men will proceed to the United
States as soon as possible. We have
been travelling now for over a month
on sleds drawn by reindeer, and this is
the first place of any account we have
An Ea-couraging Word.
Wilmington 8 tar.
A friend of ours, an unusually intel
ligent observer, has been traveling for
some months - in the States farther
South. He says in large districts there
is an actuafcry for bread. - The drouth
of last summer played havoc with the
prospects of hundreds. He says East
ern Carolina, in his opinion, is better
off than any other part of the South,
and as a farming section, take it all
and in all, is to be preferred to any por
tion of the South he has ever visited.
This applies of course to the better por
tion of Eastern Carolina. He says in
these portions the houses, condition of
fences, the improvements generally are
ahead of any section he has visited in
the States to the South of us. Let North
Carolinians be content God has given
them indeed a goodly heritage. If pro
per industry, economy and judgment
are exercised the results in'North Caro
lina are as favorable as in other sec
tions of which you hear much and
Six Millions Recommended for Missis
Washington, March 24. The Senate
committee on improvement of tbe Mis
sissippi River and its tributaries, agreed
thid morning upon a bill appropriating
$5,000,000 for Improvement of the Mis
sissippi, and $1,000,000 tor the Missouri
River, to be expended under the direc
tion of the secretary ot war in accord
ance with the plans of the MUsissippi
River improvement commission. Part
of the appropriation for the Mississippi
is to be made immediately available in
order to repair as quickly as possible
some of the damage caused by there
A Big Fortone to Korth' Carolinians.
We hear that the Moore family, near
Roxboro, will come into a 'big pile of
money to be divided out among the
different heirs. It seems that the origi
nal Moore of all leased out a lot in New
York City for one hundred years, that
lease is nearly out, and duringjthat time
abouti tMrtln.tpiatyns dollart worth
of oaildingbave:beri fcut untfa it '4n
offer; (Si e&bt milltohs foliar is n)w
madVtor tHe lot WeTfeaf tttat ?d
Edwards, Esq., of Granville, is the law
yer managing for the Moores and huntr
ing up the heirs.
la Agreeable Dfesshir Mr Me Hair, that win
stop its falling, has been long, sought for. Park
er's Hair Balsam, distinguished lor Its purity, fully
supplies this ant
'. r fin -v I
iV ' .'i. ,i- ! . Si t -'.' 1
Greensboro Bugle: Last night about
8 o clock-a kerosene lamp exploded in
the ladies' reception room at the depotj
which came very nearly destroying the
building. The carpet and several pic
tures were destroyed and the wall and.
ceiling considerably damaged.
Monroe Express:. Dr. Montgomery,
who has been confined with typhoid
fever for two -or three weeks, is now
Mr. Wi P. Perkins has been sufferirg
since Tuesday night with an attack oi
cerebo spinal meningetis, and at last
accounts was very sick.
m Winston Republican : The wheat crop
is looking universally promising in this
section of the, State. Within the last
two weeks we have passed through sec
tions of Davidson, Davie and Forsyth
and know whereof we speak. '
Durham Recorder: It is said that the
peaches are all killed. It is again said
that the peaches are not all killed.
Durham Plant : A party of northern
capitalist went over to Chapel Hill
Wednesday to inspect the iron mines
with d view to Durchasine. The ore is
said to be very fine and of inexhaustible
quantity. We hope they will at once
Salisbury Watchman: Dunn's Moun
tain mine again heard from. 1360 pen
nyweights of gold bullion was shipped
for last week's run. Who is the next to
be heard from ? Come, miners, bring in
your gold, don't let Dunn's Mountain
leave you in the shade.
Anson Times: The "burnt district"
will sooa be a solid row of brick stores.
Tbe fire was a blessing after all.
Mumps and measles are both now
prevalent in portions of our county.
beven new DricK stores are going up
at once in Wadesboro! What other
towns in the State of its size can say as
Eleven more immigrants will arrive
herefrom West Virginia to night. They
are a good class of immigrants, and we
have no doubt will make desirable citi
zens. They go to Dr. Chears' farm.
The cayote is about two-thirds the
size of a yellow dog, and looks like a
second-hand wolf in straightened cir
cumstances. He bears about the same
relation to the genuine wolf that the
buzzard does to the eagle or that a
chicken thief does to a modern bank
cashier. He has a perpetual air of
being ashamed of himself or of some
thing be has done. As you catch a
gliinp8eof him, trotting away from one
mott of timber to another, looking back
over his ears, and with his tail furled
around his left leg, he looks as if he was
aware that the police had a clew to his
whereabouts and were working up his
case. No one ever saw a fat cayote,
You may catch a young one, civilize
him as much as you can, feed him on
canned groceries, and put a brass collar
ou him, but his ribs will still be his
most prominent feature, and at the fiist
favorabble opportunity he will volun
tarily and ungratefully leave your hos
pitable roof and, from choice, become a
roving vagabond on the prairie, living
on carrion and sharing his meal with
the buzzard. These predatory shadows
are not at all dangerous. There is no
fight in them". They are fatal to sheep
when the cayote majority is torly to a
minority of one sick sheep, but other
wise they are quite harmless. What
they lack in courage they make ui in
craftiness. They will twist themselves
into all manner of grotesque postures,
and tumble around in the long grass,
that the rabbit or young fawns may, by
curiosity, be induced to come within
reach of their sharp fangs This last
playful characteristic of the cayote
was described to us 0y a friend who
was a New lork newspaper reporter,.
and acquainted with a cavote that re
sided in a cage in Central park. His
statement may, therefore, be relied on,
even to the long grass. The cayote has
a small head and fox-like ears, but the
biggest end of him is his voice. The
mellifluous, silver-toned euphony of
one of his nocturnal overtures would
scare a monkey off a hand-organ and
make an Italian opera singer hang him
self with envy on one of his own chordp.
When he slinks up, and seating himself
in tbe twilight of a camp fire on tbe
prairie, opens up with a canticle and
runs up the scale starting with a di
minuendo whine, throwing in a stacca
to shriek, and ending with a crescendo
howl the sonoriric outburst terrifies
the Genus of Acoustics and makes the
welkin ring until it cracks itself and
has to be carried off and repaired.
Improvement of Roads.
While we of Salisbury and Rowan
were deploring the wretched condition
of our streets and public roads, and
wondering if something could not be
done to improve them, our more enter
prising neighbors of Charlotte and
Mecklenburg were actually concerting
measures to accomplish a great work
for themselves of this very kind. The
Observer of the 22d felicitates itself
and readers on the progress made in
this direction, which, when the work is
fully accomplished, will ensure the per
manent prosperity of Charlotte, and
make Mecklenburg, as she deserves to
be, one of tbe hrst counties in tbe State
The Chamber of Commerce of Char
lotte has resolved that the public roads
leading into the city shall be improved :
and jMs proposed to re-enaet the Alex
ander road law, ana make a bonded
dbt of $100,000 to supplement other
funds to be appropriated to this pnr
Dose. The city authorities have appro
priated $13,000 (now in tbe. treasury) for
the improvement or tne streets arid
sidewalks, which It is proposed shal
be done in the best manner.
We advert to this progressive spirit
on the Dart of our neighbor as hichlv
creditable to her, and trust it may not
be without its influence on the old and
renowned town and county of Salis
bury and Rowan, which is- in not less
need.of similar improvements, and is
quite as able to make them. Let the
county and town commissioners make
the move. We believe the citizens will
Was Adam a Peruvian.
Dr. Rudolf Falb, whose linguistic re
searches in South America have al
ready been noticed in this paper, has
lately sent to a Vienna paper a sum
mary of his conclusions. He says that
the language spoken by 'the Indians in
Peru and Bolivia, especially in Quicbua
and Ay mar a, exhibit the most astound
ing a$nities witn the Semitic languages,
and particular with the Arabic in
which tongue Dr. Falb himself has
been skilled from his boyhood. Fol
lowing up the lines of this discovery,
Dr. 3?alb has found, first, a connecting
link with the Aryan roots, and second,
has arrived fa?3 tof ace with the sur
prising revelation that "the Semitic
roots are universally Aryan." The
common stems of all the variants are
found in their purest condition in Qul
chua and Aymara, from which fact Dr.
Falb derives the conclusion that the
high plains of Peru and Bolivia must
be regarded as the point of exit of the
present human race.
, . , Plttlrofd, Mas3 ,'Sept 28. 1878.
Sva-I have taken Hop Bitters and recommend
them to othe. s, as I loond them very beneficial.
Mi?. J. W. Tdllmb,
oeu'y Womenjs Christian Temperance Union.
Well's Health Benewer. Absolute core for . ner
vous debility and Weakness of tbe generaUve func
tions, Sl at druggists.,;. Depot J. B. McAden, Chap
Shan't I Take a Dine Pill ?
Kn. dnn'ttalra fr anA ttitv tKd oir m.ni.i
poison, but when bilious and constipated get a
iHnauiBo vi uio ceieunuea' juaney-worc, ana It
will speedily care you. It Is nature's great remedy
for constipation, and for all kianey and liver dis
eases. It acts promptly on these great organs and
irawres utaiuii, . if eDgia ana vigor, it is put
ill Hnulfl And rir fhrm Knh ant Inn nith a . . ., i
JL. -Ii "'"M nuuug nun chum
efficiency-. Price $1. See adv. :
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs. N. T. A new water re-
seiuuiujg me imponea vicny. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Harn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepslr.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
1 0 CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
-J Q CASKS BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Buoyadi Janos Waters.
TBE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dos: A wine glass full before breakfast
T7i ance "HunydlJanos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that its richness In aperient sales surpasses
that of all other known WHters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeab.esaf est, and most efficacious
Proj. Virchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Frrf. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers witn remarkable success."
t"rqf. Scanzoni. Wurszburg I prescribe none
but this "
Prof. Lander Brunlon, 3t. O., P. R 8 , 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 Pulina and Fried
nchshaiL" JOHN II. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon 3u - CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get wafer .just as fresh and spark
ling as when It flows rrom Uie rprii g at Saratoga.
We receive this waier in large biock tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H. McAOKN,
Dniglst and Chemist.
Proscriptions carefu!ly prepared by experienced
and competent dniairlsi. daj or night.
Just Received" Slock Fl M2 TEAS
for the Kefa.il Trade.
R. H. JORDAN & CO.
Ready mix-d IMIVI.H. itt 1 and -2
" Piiimd ran.
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and for years people suffered ereat aeonv wl hour
being able to find relief. The discovery of War
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tains Just the elements necessary tp npurjsb and
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the lower part of the bodr for Torpid Lfver-r-Headaches
Jaandice Dlzzines s Gravel Fever,
gi4e Malarial Fever, and aU difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
It Is an excellent and gafe remedy for females
dining Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
and is invaluable for Leucorrbcea or Falling ot the
As a Blood Purifier it Is nneauaHed. r It cores
the organs that kakx the blood.
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, is
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medicine upon the market, and is old i dragy ists,
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enquire for WARNBR'S SaFE DIABETES CURB;
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;ao28 - Bochester, N, Y.
Tbe ffolloirtns' tschedniM
rected by the Railroad Official, and
w uEiivu un as sjvrrect :
North Carolina Railroad;
TRAINS GOING KAST.
Date, February 19th, 1882.
ba n ui
.51 a m
00 a m
.04 a m
17-Dally except Saturd
Leave Greensboro., .fl CO p m
Arrive at Ralteh 3.04 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro,. .8.00 a m
Ji?'.519onnects at Greensboro' with RAD.
vUle. At Goldsboro with w. w u n am.
no. 03 Connects at Sails' ury with W.NCB.
" vuis in nesiern ronn Carolina: dallv
Greenshnrn with R r. i u it. -
North, EaYt and West ' " " lur " 1 mls
TRAINS G&NQ WEST.
Date, February I9ih, 1882 No. 50 No. 52
Leave Goldsboro 10.20am ".
Arrive Rale gh 12.40 pni
Leave Balekh 4.10 pm
Arrive Durham 5 23pm
Air.ve Hlilsrjoro 6 07 pn. ... . .
Arrive Greensboro, . 8.5i p m
Leave Greensboro Rio pm 7 25am
Arrive Salisbury 1 1 .03 p m 9 28 a m
Arrive Chariots 12 50 a m 1 1 .20 a m
No. 18-Dally except Sunday,
Leavfl Gnldahnm O Kn r. m
'j . j ... , r i r , lit
Arrl ve at Ralelg h, . . 7 . 1 0 p m
Leave Raleigh 5 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro. 2 20 p m
No. KO Partnpt.ia nt PVioilr,fi. mitK a . r,
- - f - uw iMuiuuc niLu a. ix j . air-
Line for all points In the South and fcouthwest.
and with n.. C. a r r tr, Un ""rl 1
soutbiast: ma 0011111 auu
x "--"nnects at Charlotte with A. A C Alr-
, lne .LaJi pol,ls Soutn ana 8outhwest; at Char
lott with C. l- a r u on 1., t' ".C: .
Southeast. l'uluta OUULU BUU
. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro 9,20 p m
Arrive Kernersville 10.M p m
Arrive Salem 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8 30am
Ar lve Kernersville 9 41 a m
Arrive Salem 10. 15 a m
4 NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem k 1 K m
Arrive Kernersvl le 5 50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a in
. NO. 53 only
Leave Salem fi 00 p m
Arrlvj Kernersville 8.40 p oi
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 p m
MTATE UNIVERSITY RtlLHOAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,...
Arrive Ka elgh.
7 K0 a m
8.20 a m
K) IB a m
I No. 2.
I ex. Punfiay.
I eave Rnlr-lah.
Arrive Chape; Kill
a ;i0 p m
6 15 p m
Pallman Sleeping Cars Wi W Cliange
On Train No. 50. New York and AManta via Wash
ington and D ml:le, and bttween Grees.sboro and
On Train No. 52. Mehtriond and Charlot'e and
Washington and harlot e la D.mvliie.
tsThrouy Tickets on sale at Greensboro'.
Raleieh, Goldsboro'. Sali.-bury and Charlotte, and
all principal point? Stuth. Southwest. West, North
mid East. F. . Emigrant R;ites to Louisiana, Tex
iis, Arkansas ULd the Southwest, address.
tener-il Pa-seneer Ageiit.
fel2 Ktchfiiond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
On and af er March Sth, 18k2, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line Division of this ioad will be as follows:
Habun Gap Junction,
1 1.05 a m
12.02 p m
1.85 a m
4 04 a m
5.32 a m
7.15 a m
8.28 a m
9.32 a in
z at p m
4 09 p m
5-54 p m
7 OS p m
A' rive Galnesvll e,
Arrive Lula, ts.
Arrive habun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa. K
Arrive Seneca. G
Arrive Greenville. H
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastpnla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
2. 15 p m
4 54 m
6 22 p hi
7.t6 P m
8.24 p m
10 08 pm
3 15 a m
5.00 a m
7 41 am
8.32 a m
10.07 a m
11 21 a m
2.59 p m
5 1 1 pm
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W 4A Railroads.
0 with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E wt h Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga."
F with Jilberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Colombia: snd Greenville JLq and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllle. and gDartan
burg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
h with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
irora 4Jai)as ana Chester.
m with a. c. - a . c a, r. & p. and a t. & o.
for ail points West. North and fiasfc
Pullman sieeplng-car service on trains Nos. 50
ana si cauy, without change betw.en Atlanta and
New York. A. PjPK,
ip G neral Passenger and Ticket Ager.t
T. M. R. Talcott,
Gtne al Manager.
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882.
NO. 52, No. 4s.
Leave cnai lotte Il.:-f0 am
Arrive Boca Biy, ia.35pm
Arrive Chester, '. 1 .28 p m
Arrive winnsboro 2.60 pm
ArrfeCr,iuiuba 4.18 pm
Leave Columbia, 4 25 p m 5.4! a m
Arrive Lexington, 5t2pm 637am
Arrive Ridge Spring, 6 25 p m 7 55 a m
Arrive oranitevllle 7.40 p ro 912 am
Arrive August, 8.40 pm 9 52 a in
No. 18, No. 20,
Leave Charlotte, 5 4'am 5 40pm
Arrive Rock Htll 8 03 a if 7 32pm
Anive Chester 9.60 a in 9 03 p m
4nlye Winnsboro, 12.55 p m 1 11 7 p m
Arrive Columbia, 5.06 p n 2 18am
Leave Columbia 2 40am
Arrive Lexington 8.4Q a m
Arrive Ridge Si rlr.g 5 47am
Arrive Graulteville 7. 64 a m
Arrive Augusta . . 9.80 am
Train No. 52, Dally-Connects at Columbia with
the s. C R R. for Charleston, and with tbe C A
a. B. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, rtc At
Augtista with Centre) uedrgia R.' VR for Macon,
Savannah arid Florida points. ' f ':
, Train No. 48, Dally- Connects at Augusta wlih
the Georgia R. R. and Central Gecrg B. R, for
Mcon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Nes. 18 and 20, local, daliy ftccept Sun
day. Trains from the f on th arrival f burette, pas
senger, dafly, at 6 86. m. " Freight," dafty except
Bunday, af -8.42 a. m. fend 4 45 P-"ro
ATLANTIC, TENNE.-SJ E OBjO D1?I8I0N.
Train No. &, Da ly,
" Leave Charlotte. 6 CO p m
Arrive at statesville, 8 J2 p m
Train No. 52, Daily,'
Leave Statesville 7 00 a m
Arrive at Charlotte, 9. 15 a m
Tfckets sold to all points South, Southeast and
Fouthwest, and baggage checked through. No
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A. POE8,
T. M. R. Ti oott,-- -Gea'i Passtneer Ajent. .
eenH Manager. , .
CdlumbiP, S. Ot Hatch 1st, 188?. j - :
added to our Stock a Supply of
Equitable and Chesapeake.
Kaiuitt, or German Potash
m CALL AND SEE U3.
-I Un JUST RECEIVED-
A LOT OF-
RO.'II ATI.AIVTA AiD l II 1 1, V it i; I
Ho Our can Uuderki li n,
ok I Eddins.
We h.vve just received and offr fr a
SHORT TTME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decoration. 56 pieces, 810.00, worth
EXTRA FINE TEA ETTS, &hq, bird and flower
decoration comblned,44 pieces, 812 50,
PORCELIAN TEA SETTS,' plain white, very nice,
44 pieces, $5.00.
PORCELATNE DINNER SETTS, 10 pieces, fr
$15.00; decorated. 180 p eces, for $35.00.
BRONZE LIMPS of a superior Quality, complete
with shades, at $1 00, worth 82 60.
AH Other Goods in Proportion.
tT WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
YOU WILL FIND A FULL STOCK OF
A. J. Bea
Chemicals, Toilet Articles
its, a fresh sulr ef
Landreths' Garden Ms.
' TOURS TRULY,
H. M Wilder, As 't.
(Wilson B.ack't old stand ) '
Corner Trade and College EtreetB, Charlotte, N-
feblS 1 ' :" r'-;,'v
ri v?" -5 1
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