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27StODS. 10 Sets Reeds, $90
Beattv BEETHOVEN Organ contains lOfnlleets
oMen Tongue Reeds, 87 STOPS. Walnut or Ebonised -Cue,
6 Octaves, Metal Foot Flates,UnriKht Belkmg, Steel
Springs, Lamp Stands, Pocket for Music, Handles and
Boilers for moving, Beatty's Patent Stop Action, a
MEW AND NOVEL R ED BOARD (patented,)
ENORMOUS SUCCESS. Safes over 1000 a month,
demand increasing, ty Factory working DAY and
by S EdiaonElectriotighta at NIGHT to fill orders
frlee. Boxed. DcUvered on board O
Car here, Stool, Book, Ac, gnlrVH9U
If after om year'turn vou an not atUfad rvn Orpam mi in
mmfhf rtfuud tt montf with tnkrtd, nothing can be fairer
Cone mad examine the Instrument. Leave N. Y. City,
Barclay or CunstophcrSt. Ferries, 8.30 a. m. or 1 p. m.
, excursion only $2.85).
K Ltiave vvasaxngxon as i or
at 3.30 or 9p. m. same day(f or
.p. m. arriving in W. V. at S.30 or vp.
routes from Chicago. Richmond. Phfla.
Jcturo. RictunODd.iuIa.. Boston. &c.aee
"Boatty's Excursion Route Circular,") taallo wed to pay
expenses If you buy; come anyway, you are welcome.
en with pome oxtenganu meet Ail trains.
I 30, 10, S0up. Hanoi ortes $185 tolHM.
BcsatinU UlutnUd Catalogue few. Address or coll upon
DANIEL F. BEATTY, WaaUngton, Ncjw Jersey
ForBraftVWalL an Ceinzceof lasterTS
DteB and catalogue mailed free, w. H. FAT.CtmdsnJU
r-nTinPC IMPROVED BOOT BEER. 25c.
f M I n CO package makes 5 gallons of a de-.
n i.t oDs. wholesome, s Darkling temperance
X JL beverage. Ask your druggist, or sent by
mail for 25c. C s. HIKKa,
48 N. Dela. Ave., Philadelphia.
RBWAPD! for any case of
Blind BleedlD?. itching!
Ulcerated, or protruding
nuts that JDeBiiNua
PILE REMEDY falls to cure. PreD88d by J. P.
M(LLKR.M. D .915 Aich street fanadelDhla, Pa.
None genuine without hU 'signature. Send for
circular Sold by druggists and country stores. SI.
0 0 IB MEBAL AWARDED'
Ical Work, warranted the best and
cheapest, indispensable to every
man.entitled "the Scienoeof Life
oreU-Preserratkm ; bound in
finest French muslin, embossed,
full pHOO ppxnitaina beautiful
steel angrkTinn, I2S prescrip.
tionftv Price only f L25 sent by
ouu v uiuatrasea mpia.ecents s
THYPT V Si Institute or Dr. W. H. PAR.
llll Qbhl KER, Na 4 Bolfinahct.oaton
Laud Patents obtained, and special attention giren
to contested Pre-emption, Homestead, Mineral and
Timber Culture Entries. Highest price paid for
Land Warrants and Scrip of all kinds. PEN
SIONS PROCURED for soldiers and sailors dis
abled in line of duty. Pensions increased if rated
too low. Bounty, back pay and new discharges ob-
ta'ned sena iwo ac stamps ior Diamu and "Cir
cular Information." Aildress
N TOO DART dc CO,
413 G 6t. N. W , Washington, D. C,
GEORGE. PACE & CO.
Patent Portable Oirculur
Also Stationary ud ForUUs
5 K. SCHE0EDEE ST.,
firfHt and Flour Mills, Water Wheels, Wood Working
Md Barrel Machinery, HMtisrle Mills, Circular Saws,
toll SaxmUeB eta TANITK EIrERT WHEKLS
ana tK,ircinji llXAUil ! l.ltr,
Send for Cataloarae.
Carbonate of Lime
BEST 4 CHEAPEST FERTILIZERS
Rocky Point, N. C.
Springs & Bum ft
HAVi tN STOBB ONE OF THE
GGO RRR OO OOO EEB RRB
UKKOOOOR R SI E
11 ALXUXItf g3
G RRR OOO KB RRR II EE
X tt ttU OU UE K K II K a a
GGO R R OO OOO KEB R K 11 EKE SS
Flour, Grain, Provisions, k,
E?er offered In this market. Don't buy until yoa
examine our stock and Prices.
CORN iSS OATS.--
CAB LOADS WHITE CORN,
CAB L0AD3 YELLOW COBN,
1 000 BABBKLS i008
JQ SACK9 COFFIE,
2JQ BARBELS MO S8E3,
100 BABBEL3 8UGAB,
100 BOXES BACON,
10 PACKAGES LABD.
200 BOXBS SOAP,
200 PACKAGES MACKEflKL,
100 80X13 CBACKEB8,
25 B0XE3 CHEESE, &0.
100 Barrels lustjfrom the Milk
feb8 dw , ,, .
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
' WIH mall FREE their Cata,
. ; legue for 1882, conUlnlnr m
3 fall descrlptiye Price -List of
Xlower, field and Qardea
1 TtntHa. Omamontal au
1 1 w..,.r,,ip.
. 179.123 atl Main SU it 200-206 Rmdotnlitt
fWde Mark. Cpyrignj-'
la, cu nul,'u '""tiri
v, (orMt(niii. ana uu an vuunuuus
ra..t.n ' OyrVar-FrvTsT JLIMK
KnwyoTk. -Hand vf Pafree.- ,
BaMaBnBBv-nn-r m n ma
ENGINES H !
P W Win III
ml I (In I. full IH II'.
foOdton for Patent, vayeats,
r the TJaited States.
tiTTT, .-. i i i t T11IIIJR BUMS $ I if
Ft o ulBtfir lIcdiciNe
15 I1THSB LIQUID OB DBT FOB
ThajA$tcu.thea.ine tbne on j
T3S LI7Z3, TSSBOWSiS,
WEI 81 CX
'if mm. m ,rfc
' t jfcBM' et r-a
beeoaU-zetogged oA'tdrpiS, md
humnrtnr therefor forced into the bltt
M ttO --f!-!- ij2Wl! BMM niJ
J WILL SURELY CUE
Ikidney diseases,- ' 'iLi
PILES, CONSTTFATIONi rSHTAST
DISEASES, FEMAXE WEAKNESSES,
, . AND XEBVOTJ0 DISOBDERS, .
by causing fee actkfy q Aw oriWJami
restoring their power to threw, off dittatt. ,
Why suffer Billons pains and aches! i (
Why tormented with Piles, Constipatioaf
Why frightened orer disordered Kidnsyfl
Why endare nervous or sick headaches t
Use KIDNET-WOIITanf rejoice in health.
It Is put up In Dry Vegetable Form, intfa
cans one package of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also in I J end d Form, very 0aeea
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it
tylt acts with equal efflciency in either form.
GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, $1.0
WELLS, UCHA&BSOX 0M Prop's,
fWTll send the dry post-paid.). BtJBUHi
Marctt 7 AStnif
FOR COTTON. ,
P1EDM0ST SPEtML tilltiR.--
WE give below- Official Analysis of ioar oods
now offered tathe.PiaDtar, of NrthOaro-
nna; they am welf,know throughout ihejstate
and we-refei jiittx confidence to all who Have given
tnem a iair trial in previous seasoasi j ,
They are carefully compounded of tn best ma
terials. In the.proportlonrshown by experleiyce as
requisite fer the successful growth and nnaforlng
of the Cotton Crop, ana we do notf ear acmfparl
son, quality and results' consldped, aS'to cheap
ness, with any brand on the market, iThtiy are
offerad bv our Apenti at tna lowest nrlUB the cost
win allow, but we do not undertake to compete IdVI;
price per ton. with any and everything offered f6r
sale as a fertilizer. Buyers should consider' that
the Freight and Charges' on Ion ot inferior
goods, are the same as on those of high value and
for this reason II no other ,
THE BEST ARE THE GHEAPES't. .
Analysis No. 1 524. Raleigh, N. C, March 10, '82.
Water at 2 12 deg. 1&68 pr ct ,
Acid : 4:99
Total Avail. Phos. fqulv. to
Acid 10.89 prct Bone Phos.23 77prct
Insoluble "Phos'c. " Eqo3v." to '
Acid ,,2 20prct BonePhos. 4.80 prct
Nitrogen ; 1.60 prct Equtv. Am. 1.04 prct
Potash v. "ft36 prct
Commercial Valoeper ton (2,000 lbs,) $38.07.
DABNKT, JR., .
For Sale by our i gents Throughout the State.
PIEDMONT etJANQ"& MT-'G CO,
38 S. Cbarles Street, Bait more, Sd.
marl 7 61
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP FOB CASH,
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.-
AT "WHITE FRONT.
A. 1. MM,
- DEALER IN
MANTELS and GRATES
WHOLES A LS nf 'RETAIL.
' Particular attenUon pal4 to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
None but first-class hands employed. Call for the
BARLEY SHEAF, STOVE. ; . .,
I WILL offer for sa-atpabllc outcry, at Oro,
Chesterfield county, & CT, on the 2nd and 3rd
DATS of MAY. NEXT. If notrSopner sold, Valua
ble Lot of 'Engines ana other machinery belonging
to the Bicks; Sold Mlneat Oro, vl? - '"hi i-'..
One 40herse power engtoea'flitrifrtwwl2r
norse power engines, noisnng anaenments and
fixtures; one 10 borne power engine, hoisting at
tachments and fixtures; one 10 stamp battery; one
plaining machine and. edger; one numrj and at-
tachments: one lot sheet copper, amalgamating
pan, assaying furnaeei-One ht chemicals; one lot
wibqow weignu, one iix rope; one lot macmnuts'
tools: one lot cruciDies, ana sundry other arucl
TEEMS. All I soma underi Twenty 11 vet boh,
Cash; aimm iovet rthaf tmofi4f op lhrt or tlx
months UpoM tt PwrOTea,raarMc4ty.
" . - USUI
marl? eod Ull may 1
EQJt TrV a A
!A XJ.11U1 V !! Ml
Stoves, s Ueaters,' Ranges,
.- . : .V ' ' 1 . J. '- J . ,
fT!i.- tt -Li "n rvr
Becelver. ' I
4Av ' .. J
Raleigh News and Observer: ptsiiS&--SWSSJii
are some rears tnat tne rrosta nava donoJ
wheat and oats", too. rapidly adv
-4.- A -!Ji j
some damage. i
The boys are killing English sparrows.
with rifles and bean shooters. These
? MMOIdirtiiksympleUd the roster
"Bethel' regiment, xnorth C5arblin
troops, and says they alone aggregate1
80,000 men. j -r
Some people appear to be pretty I blue
about the faint prospects of getting a
water supply for the works which have'
been talked about. They say there . is
no place from which water can be ob-u
tamed, within a reasonable distance.pf
Wilmington Review : Capt E. J. Pen-
nypacKer, me newiy appointea collec
tor of customs at this port, will assume
charge of the duties of the office on the
first of April.
We are giaxf to learn that thusar: the
rdsbects in thisi Hdcinilv.
The cold nights baYe, ihdwfev'e, retard
ed the growth, but a change of weather.
with ram, would set everything right
again in a few days. Thus far the fruit
Asheville CRfzen: Dr.J.F.E. Hardy,
a highly esteemed citizen or .Buncombe
county, died at his residence near Ashe
ville, Sunday, 19th inst, in his 80th
Ma$f!i Gilifarn.hil doie muchrif just-
Vsevefe puhishmelits.'in break
the nefarious practice or carrying con
ceaied weapons, ny such an adminis
tration of the laws as has characterized
the action of the new judge, society is
protectodr.and Jthe jeyiL-minded made
narrniess.1. 1 n f ? - f .
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A $60,000 statue to John C. Calhoun
will soon be greyed in Charleston.
Mrs. Colonel Ingersoll is tall and
handsome, with bright eyes and smooth
1 The cable motor svstemr for street
eanjto-be aef won'; tbeTJnJpji Pas-"
SwDgeniiftiiway 01 01. uoais. t.
The army of the United States is not
attractive for enlisted men. About 1-1
per cent out of the whole army deserts
every year. ;
The site of the ruins of the palace of
the Tuileries, which are now being de-
11 i 1 . 1
moiisnea, is wnere once tne uies ior
I'ans were manufactured. Hence the
tato'ettrtlerfesortfle sfftrps? ls
It is a fact-not eenerallv known that
by an act of the New South Wales Par
liament, approved by the Queen on
December 0, 1881, the immigration of
Phinpaa ia virtually prohllii tA in tjti
f-uTW ' f t 1
i Krfcpith Gerriarf' froVt King has
fiirft.fl k iiHir rpriiiEa tri ma lnriiiAm!
I kroay fli riuinber nbw MQ000. i Krnpp
is JuUJiU.irgt't uigla ui) ploy er
of labor in the world. . :
Agriculture is taught in 27,000 of the
40,000 schools of France, which have
gardens attached in which practical in
structiana can be given. -
James Gordon Bennett gave a ball in
Paris recently that cost him about $1,
500. The dancers tarried until 6 o'clock.
. Tjje Chinese had circulating libraries
sixteen centuries ago. agents traveling
around to distant points .leaving.-lhe
books, and later collecting them.
There are in the world not far from
225,000 miles of railways; of this
amount, as stated above, this country
possesses about t 00,000 a little less
than half. New York state has almost
as many miles of roads as all Asia and
more than allr South America, while
Massachusetts has more than all Africa.
The Great Desert.
It is only a few years since a wide ex
panse of the American continent was
laid down upon the maps as "The Great
American Desert." What was then sup
posed to be a barren waste, incapable of
supporting, either vegetable Or animal
tile, Has aineadx grown into a populous
country, traversed by lines of railway,
dotted with flourishing towns and cities,
teeming with new-found wealth, rich
farms, immense herds, and supplying
the comforts and luxuries that civiliza
tion carries in its train. As the Great
American Desert was formerly looked
upon, so hitherto has the Great Sahara
been regarded ; but Dr. Lenz, in a recent
lecture, at j.Paris ombia Journey- from
recting some of the popular notions
as to the condition of that section of
the African continent. He says that
the Sahara is not one dead sandy level,
but is really greatly varied in its aspect.
Rocky spaces are interspersed among
the sandy plains, and here and there are
1 jaases QVfira with alia grass anttshal
wfafctfi Jef ater4lreRjlyy$rms
foWgreat plateau about eleven hundred
feet above the level of the Atlantic, in
no part of which is there a depression
below the level of the ocean, as shown
on the maps of 6ertain geographers,
and which has led to wild schemes oC
converting the desert into a crreat in
land sea. Nor is the temperature so hot
as has been represented, nor, lndeed'as;
.mignt pe, expeewg. rora tV
UMijtae'Kanarm is not so
'of jafiesat as tias'bedn hetetoforkkbe
neved, tlWughhe points oulVotfoThglo
mcmce any expectation that it will ever
become a populous or flourishing coun
try, befitting the residence of any higher
noTMaSftft! ma7?PiWl3! Th0
Buncombe Superior Court.
The following is the disDosition made
of parties convicted under indictments
found and tried :
T -.Robert. Lisenbv, white. malicious in,
jury to buildings, twelve months in the
county jail ; James Massey, James Hall
and Lof tin Murphey, all colored, carry
ing conceaJedywaarKmsiAriTstor. months
in county jail. 3layt0nSprouse and
James Morris, white, assault with dead
ly weapons and resisting officer, each 12
months in jaifor oije offense .and six
montnsror trre otrrer; 1 m an thestfeases
of committal to the jail the Judee di
rected the parties to be hired out to
public work until both costs and fines
had been paid by thelr work.
The following were sent to the pen
itentiary, all for larceny:
dames ,w. raine, white, 3 years, John
Carter, colorejd, 3 yearsi Jam& Daniel,
coloredVf year &orLisenDy,cdroTed,
a year, iuiu vv 111. y mie, coiorea, 0 years.
Jason Williams, colored, was convict
ed of breaking into the office of the
Clerk of the Superior-Court, with a view
to robbery, and has 2 years in the peni
Lfes. upjer narjaMaE reaol
.od Bitters to my invalid :ta ahs
tmmodlcal treaUnent ot atx of iAlbatn's best
Sbrclans several years. She-'hss beeomo
loroughly cured of her various complicated dls-esses-by
their use. We both recommend them to
vu. 1. f, vi jiauD usye 1 two Deen enred
of their various ailments I
b r uiois. -
BET. B. B. WiBBBH.
supplies this want
res ana &
si fti man
Agrerabie Dreaiiiw Tor the Hair, thnivin
m mmm. A iiimh VHliy( IUiiy
The 8mibttltukkii6n'iSrke Soutli'
.7Z-iiyT "rVM "SWP?
JimiiACurc3DM iTMsT inonanirni t rt.rttAi mtanfinrr
www 'UVIM VUIV AU VUV ilMlVlUg
.obcrn ineaoutn; wnica-it ia: Deiiev
will work thorough ajeyplation in
old ana accepted methods Its snccess-
iui projectors are Patrick Calhoun and
John C. Calhoun, Jrittns'of ittfe great
ssoutn Carohna statesman. With the
latter genUemanRyouf -crtpondent
of a a.ionpr 'and intereating&interview
Mr; J-)erbr Wheeler James, partner in a
JMew xorK Dankinc house, and Mr. J-j-P.
Doche, attorney of the Same '"company;
fcom Is a practlct.1 plahter : and owner
tniles- DelGreenVirlei in Chicot coa n
ty.i Arkaqias?'- He is a clear-headed, en
terprising gentleman, highly educated,
nd bears opon his .features and in his
commanding Btature unmistakable
marks of descent from the great nuli
fler. : : - -
. , ' ' ' ' A GiaATlO SCHEME. '
Foi the last ten vears. Col. Calhnim
told your correspondent,, he badVbeeh
satisfied that the present system is al
together wrong and calculated to de
base instead of elevate the negro labor
er, and ruinous in all respects to the
agriculturists, who have become as
mucn the; helpless victims Of New Or
leans factor as they were before the
war. His idftaa,seem to have been well
and thoroughly .conceived, hut the or
pprtunity to put them into effect was
lacking. Just after the war he was the
first to introduce labor from the At-
Jantic States to the more fertile regiohs
of ta joxissisgipi aiiey, ana with; con
mensurate success. Last year the Jong
do vted opportunity presented itself in
the Dew lines of railroad projected by
the east;lo tap the valley. -He referred
particullarily to the projected line of the
Illinois .Central, f rom,Jackson. Miss., to
Arkansas CitVrto a line from fhni latter-
city to- Delta, cOnbeincr with Little
Rock to the Georgia Pacifio project, atid
otners.)-ran J uiy .-.asx-.Jie-. left for the
north and laid his proiect before leading
capitalists of New1 York and Boston.
A private banking house teok hold i Af
it, andin Qctoblr a company was form
ei and bonds . and stocks iwere issued:
Since , then; wide .purchases havo been
tnadei' and td-dav the last navrhnti ia
beitigf made at the bank of - Greenville:
Suunyside, ,'Hyners, Hebron,- "Fawn-
wood, .Luna, patriae and Latrobei and
most . fertile plantations . in . fhirtrrr.
coa'nty,:with ah. aggregate acreage of
12.000 acrtS; ave been purchased for
AnnA AV AA AaV fk wA AAA I 1 1 a r
aisw,uwiau; ouasjv naa aireaav Deen
invested,, .in agricultural i m plements,
anq an agamooai large amount will be
devoted to supplies. The' lands are to
be leased to the laborers at a rental of
100 , pounds of . lint cotton dr $io eash
per acre., The company is already ne
gotiating for the purchase of 20,000 ad
ditional acres on fi ve Other well known
Viauiauuua uu me uppusite OcUlK, ana
the negotiation has every prospect of
reaching a satisfactory conclusion.
lyOi. Uaihoun s ideas as expressed are
broad and somewhat statesmanlike, but
too elaborate for discussion here. He
has opened successfully and the plan
seeiris destined to be extensively fol
lowed throughout th-South. Item-
braces the advantages of buvinc land
selling it to the laboref,.at the very low
est rates. Corporate capital can com
mand means of wiping out the heavv
exactions of the factors and merchants
in the way of exorbitant discounts and
interest. It also embraces a sort of
commercial and co-operative service.
dea, and in its execution, the elevation
f the negro laborer is the aim' most
joked forward to. Stihools and church
's are to be built and a sort of patriar
chal protection is to be extended over
the negro in order to fit him for the du
ties of citizenship and raise him out of
the questionable position be has occu
pied since the war. How far these ob
jects will be attained remains to be
seen : but one thing is certain the Dur-
chase has already raised the demanded
price of property in the vkinitv fullv
20 per cent , and, it is the prominent
topic of conversation In every locality
visited by Vour correspondent since
leaving Vickaburg. It seems to have
already, added . a new and unfamiliar
impetus to those usually apathetic peo
ple. OVERFLOWED COTTOIf LANDS.
The Acreage Now Under Water and the
Amount of Probable Damages.
The New Orleans Picayune, makes
he following estimate of overflowed
cotton lands i& thetioutii :
Mississipi. 1880. 1SS0. Acreage
County. Acreage. " made. Per cent
Tunica. ; ; w . . . t .1T.0OO
Goapma. ,33,000. t
Bolivar.... 43300 .
Washington'. . . . ,63,4o6
saquena. ... . ...isfjrr
Warren .04,100 .
Haibome . ,&X 100
uhflower . . .., ,, 7.100 .
ieflere.'... .17.700 J .'li.cUO
Holmes . . . I . 62;6w ' WAm
YazoO. '.:.. 4. ;vu8,290! 48,800
Tallahatchie. . . .22-.400 ! 1100!;
Tdtai:1. -435iiOt) "29000
Average per cent. . . .'. . . ......
.-f'.- - :;
Louiaiana - ; , t.-;
last Carroll....,, 40.100,. 38ioo -
Richlhd . . . . . . : 15,800 , IlcoO' "
.WJOO- 41'00 1
. 42,000 !i 83,100 '
. 23,700 '18,800
iDoncbrdfa.'.v'. . .
Point coupee.: .
. '25.600 '
Natichoches. . . .
Bossier. . . . : . ; . ; S7.ioo
... UfiCti 16,400 75
7,m; 4,700 50
...".11,800 ' 6,000 75
. 33,O0C:: 2,000 78
rr;.22;oou ,i4ioo. .40
U I ; 21,100 -18,000 60
Cross. . .4 .
St. Francis. 1..
MUins.-. . :.
12,600 8,50O 40
26,900 ' 25,300 , 75
Average-per cent x . - - - - - 5
Misrissijppt-Nhmbtjr Of ?.cx!S ofCottbn
anus. oyernDwed. . -.woo
Louisiana. ....;..........;. 2soy.ooo
Arkansas. . . . ...wi-.-ivt ' ...386.000
sippirtTerend alt itsribHtarleSieai
the 00OntlMril trnrrohPS alViWft-mprl
Med r mrK)at, joajE, be. avoided by
using Darbys? i)Dhslactlo VluliLii It Is moral W
??d PTf nUva. It to oertamly bestto prevent the
Su, disease, gbd lhwe who wUl.use Darbys
Pyhyl&ctJc Fmwitroeiy abbot TheuJhonSrwui
Bf.ii01 tn Mtacka of all contagioss dls
easwn4eathaalLi m w 'ja V0ivu
8rfJI to'GAwiZi 5.r2iSSa
v 7 - v""di d, as
them -mrr -tWmBnrfal f
iwy women's OiTtotlanemDetaria
mm . ' BllQi SB . . WW m A ULiliKK. . '
Ltd.w.HrfnH?rpjrfsr tram tha Jia.
i,i ntikattajdranthd ttekf-ot inaWlal
Ir will Deeauy ease yon. It l natam'a.
f for oonstipatkn,4and for all kidney ana
wbk.'Jh pcqnipTixon inese great
au repwjion uobuu, girenstin ana visor.
- Ian -.-
"uv-au uuutu cauu ui aurais. mmr nsr.ertv anrir n ami m i
-in uuutu aua urr iorm. DO
.ITfTfy"" if- fV? "V f - )Wy , Wy Y
Both Foreign and Domestic;
Just Received, at
JTrom SaratoBa Springs, N. T. . A new water re.
'iW ch- Amended
as an antadd; cures dyspepsia, aids dlges
. Uon, Is a powerful tonic and strong
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative, and Cq all forms of dyspepsia,
ALSO, ' :
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
Q CASES ROCK BBIDGE AXUJdr.
JQ CASES BUFFALO LITHIA;
- And a full supply of
Hanyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
rjosx.- A wtoa glass full before breakfast
The Lancet "HnnVadl Janrwi.
flrma that its richness in ArvariAiit suata
that of all other known waters."
Tf jtrmsn uetHcai Journal "Hunyadl Janoe.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
aperient water." '
rroj. vircnoxB, Benin. "Invarlablj' good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Hamburger. Vienna "l have urescrlbed
these writers with remarkable success."
rvy. tScaratmi; WurszbuTg --I prescribe none
Prof. Lander brumtan, M. Ii., K R 8., London.
-r-"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D. , P. K. 8., ' Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley." Preferred to Pulina and Frled
rtchshalL" JOHN H. McADEN,;
Importing and Plspenslng PbarmaolsU
N6rth:Tryon St, - - CHARLOTTE, N.:C.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Just as fresh -and spark
ling as when It fluws from tbe spring at Saratoga
We receive this water in large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H. Mca DEN,
' Druggist and Chemist
Proscriptions carefully prepured by experienced
and competent dnu&tsts, day or night
The leading Scientists or To-day sgree that
most diseases are roused by disordered Kidney and
Liver. If, therefore, the Kidneys and Livers are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be thetre
suit This truth has only been known a short time
and for years people suffered great agony wl bout
being able to find relief. The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
era In the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value. It con
tains just the elements necessary to nourish and
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restore and keep them in order. It Is a POSITIVE
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Headaeues Jaundice Dlzzine b Gravel Fever,
.Ague Malarial Jfever. and all difficulties of the
Sidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
. it la an excellent and safe remedy for females
during" Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
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the organs that mam the blood. .
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, la
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. It Is a POSITIVE Remedy. , - . .
Jan23 , . Rochester. N. Y.
'WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
. Includjrg.all the latest novelties
in' the BTLLiNEBY LINE.
put:; t r, . ..
'' : FI.ltMES, :''
' KlIIHOtS, ' ' i '- '
'' SILKS, " '-t;
' . . Ij A d E SzCi
'" la'ailthe new styles, colors andliuaHtles. ' ;
'Had. afr&e riew sbles and analities of LACES,
embracing White Goods, Neck iWar, Hoiery"
J7J oj ;j ir 1 .-i j.;: i I ' i i. '. U-. ri ..';
Ui 1'. r
When we will be
o show tha
y -"IKS MIL'
they have eyejj seen to this cifcje
. gABATOGA 7-ICHY, ,
Spring and Sammer Styles
V liIn Schedule me jr-
MMmmwmw aw0 nBllflMl Bn EfAanl :A1ramJl
North Carolina Railroads
tkatks eonte aot.
Date, Fehruary "ith, 1882.
Daily. Leave Charlotte,....
v" High Point,... .
- 8.66 a Ui
6.S1 a m
t 6u y ui
8.25 a ml
Jfo. 17-Daily except Saturday,
i.eave Greensboro. . .6.00 p m
Arrive at RalHirh 8.04 a m
Arrive at GoWsboro,.,8.00 a m
No. 61 Connivf.a
mint Goldsboro with W. & w. a R. for Wil,
Kreewnsi. D. R R. for ail pouTts
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, february iom, 1882
Leave Gokisboro,. .
Arrive Salisbury,. ..
10.20 a m
12.40 p ml
5 28 pm
12 50 am
No. 18 Dally except Sunday,
Leave Goidsboro. . . 2. 50 p m
Arrive at Baleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh. BOO am
Arrive Greeasboro, a.20 p m
l' 0- Rfrailpoinlsra
No. 52 Connorts
a.i . Will US iSOUI
point8 &outh and
W. W. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
lesve' Greensboro...... oon nm
Arrive Kernersvllle.. ..'.1086 n m
Arrtw Salem. Atao p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro : sqn.m
Ar.lve Kernersvllle o ai ? m
10.15 a m
-Dally, except Sunday.
Arrive Kernersvtle '.'.I'."" RAna
Arrive Greensboro.. 7. a m
NO. 5.'l-rallj. '
Leave Salem 00 n m
Arrive Kernersvllle ftin K S
STATE UNIVEKM I V K A I L.KOAD.
Leave ChaDel Hill..
7 HO a m
8.20 a m
1015 a m
arrive Ka.eign,. ...
Leave RaWtih. . .
Arrive University,. .
Arrive Chapel Hill...
Si HO p ui
H lo p m
PaHman Sleeping Cars Without amB
On Train No. 50. ew York and AManta via wan-
lngton and Danville, aua between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, fclchmonrt and Charlofe aDd
Washlngion and Chariots 1 la Danviiie.
tl hroueh Tickets on sal, at r.n.n.iu.
Baleleb. Holdsboro'. SHllnhnrv :mrl nharlAho anil
all principal points South, houthwest. West, North
and East. Ki r Kralgrant Bates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address.
. Genernl Passeneer Agent
felj2 r BlchMond. Va.
RICHW0N0& DANVILLE R.R.
WT On and af ter March 5th, 1882, the passen
ger train service ou the AUar.ta & Charlotte Atr
Llne Division of this road will be as follows-
Leave Chariotte, M
Arrive Ga-tonia, L
Arrive Spartanburg. K
Arrive (ireenville, H
Arrive fieneca, G
Arrive Toccoa. K
Arrive Babun Gap Junction,.
Arrive Lula, E
1 '2.40 a m
5.32 a m
8.28 a m
9.32 a m
12.02 p m
2 85 p m
5.54 p m
7.05 p m
12.05 a m
Arrive Lula, k
Arrive Babun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, V
Arrive 8eneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K. . . . . .
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M .......
6 22 p m
8.24 p m
10.08 p m
11.40 p m
8. 15 a mi
5.00 a m
7 41 am
8.32 a m
5 1 1 p m
6.00 p m
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P Railroads. . -
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A 4
W. P. and W & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
. E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
" F with Blberton Air-line to and from Elberton.
Georgia. . .
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, a c.
, H with Columbia, and Greenvilie to and from
Oolumhla and Charleston. S. C.
K with Spartanburg and Asheville, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Asheville, and Alstofr and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Chester.
. M wlth UjC. & A. C. C.,B. A D. and AJ, T. 4 0.
for ail points West North and East
Pullman sleeping-car service on trams Nos. 50
and 51 daily, without change between Atlanta and
New York. A PoPE,
- 'G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T, M. B Talcott.
'XT. SAGE, Superintendent
C., C. & A. R. E. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882. s71
No. 82. No. 48.
Leave Chariot to H.aOam
Arrive Bock Hill 12.85 pm
Arrive Chester, ,.. 1.28 pm
Arrive Winnsboro, 2.50 p m
Arrive Cola u.bla,.. 4.18pm
Leave Columbus., 4.25 pm 6.45 a m
Arrive Lexington 5 1 2 & m 6 87 am
Arrivt. Ridge St ing,.... . 25 p m 7 55 a m
Artlve uranlte lie, 7.40 p m 9.12 am
Arrive Augusta, 8.40pm 952am
Train Train I
No. 18, No. 20,
Leave Charlotte, ..t 5:'4i '"a ta 5 io p m
Arrive Bock Hill 8.03 a no 7.82 1 m
Arrive Chester, -9.50 am 9 03pm
Artlve Winflsboro,.... lz.55pm lH7 pa
Arrive Columbia...... ...... 5.05 pm 2.18 am
Leave Columbia,. kv. ..... T . .-. .. g 40 a w
ArrlTe Lexington, SAO a mr
Arrive Ridge Spring;. ...... ........... 5.47am
Arrive Granltevule,. ........ y.. a . . J.. i 7.154 a m
Artlve Augusta... . ,,t 9.80am
Train No.. 52, Daily- Connects at Corumbia with
toe 8.C. R. R.lor Charleston, and with the C. k
G.BiH. for Alston, Nawberry, Abbeville, tco. At
Augusia with Central Georgia R. R for Macon
Swannhh ahdTlorida potato. ' ' -
Traln-J SvPaUjr-ConMota at Augusta with
the Georgia R. R. and Central Georg . R. R, f or
Mjeon. AUanU; Savannah and Florida belntsi"
Ti.frpm the RjuttAnive at Charlotte pas-i
Benger. dally, at fi.85 p. m. Freight dally except
8naay,- at 8.4 vrt. A 4 45 p. ' "
'ATLANTIC -rariNESSEE1 OHIO DIYI8ION.
Train No, 58, Daily. . " ,
it "'iJ8aveJCharlofterr .i."
I. .600 pMJ
Leave Btatesvflle 7. OO a m
Arrive at Charlotte, .-.i 15 sea' -1 -
Tickets sold to all pmtrf'SWttf, 4 Southeast and
PouUiwest sndjbaggBge , checked through. Mo
lay-over anoea oirlfflcketa. A. POPE,
?i M. TL metrm fcflea'i Passerger isent;-
Olnmbta&ara1are1i lBt,1882.!t 1 i t sW:
ouf Slock a Soppfy 0f
Ie and Chesapeake.
Kainitt, or German Potash Salts.
CALL AND BEE US. .
4 HAVE JUST RECEIVED --
A LOT OF
BOTH. ATLlSTA Alt Plrf,(OK,.
-. PHI A SIZE.
INo tnr Can t7tiderr II ,M.
We have just received and offer r a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Sells,
Mossrose Decoration oLpleceat 810.00, worth
EXTRA FINE TEA ATTS, gold, bird aad dower
deoratlon combined, 44 pieces, JI2.58,
. r ' v?orut$18m
POBCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, yery nice,
44 pieces, $5.00.
PORCELATNE DINNER SXTTsi ie? pleees, ftr
815.00; decorated, ISO peces, fort35.0a
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior quality, eompleio
.... . abadesj atljDO,irbith 82 p.
All Other Goods io Proportion.
J. BrookfieJd k Co.
TOU WILL FIND A FULL 8TOCK OF
. Chemieals Toilet Articles
r t. '
der.i Ag ti
Comer Trade ao4 Qpl
Btreeto, Charlctte, V.
ohn I Mm.
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