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mm IMPBOVKD BOOT BKEB. 25c
I n CO package makes 5 Kallons of a de
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mall for 25c.
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48 N. Dela. Ave., Philadelphia.
RKWAED! for any case ol
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0 CAR L0AD3 YELLOW CORN,
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100 Barrels!lu3tlfrom'the Mill.
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f all descrlptiTe Prlae'.l.lst r
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trated weektypaper,8,0 a f awvsh Ws to Rroerws
wvw s sy m aa ay an .Jt ss . g ww, nM
iuvir n rvrviiT untAk.i. m -i
TII2 LIVES, TES BOXrSLg,
WHY ARE WE SjCK?
; B ii tit . I
Mce cmo fhete t&m organ to
WILL SURELY CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES,1 , , -v)1
, y 4 OLIVER OpMPLAVHTS,
pix, cextrxvATioir. ubxXaby
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKKESSESy
4jn incsyoTxa disordehs,
bvcauriMfr action of thess organs mdl
i' " Why fnffer Billow paims and teWl !
IThy tormented with Piles, Constipatioal
W y frightened oyer disordered Kldneyaii
Why endure nervous or sick headachssl
Ute KI DXEY-WORTand rqoic in htallh.
Ttlaoutnnln Dry Teketahle Ferns. In tin
I one package of which J6b six quarts Sf
medicine. Also in liquid f orm, very vaneea
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare ijt I
tylt acts with equal efficiency In either form. I
GKt IT OF YOUK,PRUGGBT.; FIUCS $LiOj
WELLS, BICHAltDSOJr A Co., Prop's,
(Will send the dry post-paid.) BCaUSHTOa, TT.
March 27 dftlr
f H N Q T A'TT. V
J JSS O J- A ll 1 li 1
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP JOB CASH,
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
ft A kCJ flsTsOi TVT
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
MANTELS and4 GnTATES
WHO &a Wl'b antf BL IT H 1 L.
Particular atioh-paldW :
Nona tat first-olBSS hands employedi siCaIl tot the j
8 t a go v
n n rH
B A. 8 1
1 CURES WHEN ALL ,01?HER ,
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i If yoa doat)wotot8eos', and wewlBt
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Write for particulars, and oopy of the little book
r vwa.te tOeAWortanaU GutTMlng." i
"hd wllinnd eoanalysU oX4oOftottlei of 8. a.
I orje parUcle of Mercurr. Iodide of Potassium.
I a avTlvv ,VataM. ' '
rnde of SmaTl Stae,.. .
I Large Size......
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"""""j I I ' 111 liuA:J-aAAirW
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A Charleston Girl Who Wanted t6t o
upon the Stage Postal Notes-fnrjVln
Lsicea ior wna nonii ana pwnui
Carolina has Contributed, to the! Pop-'
illation of ArkansasRumor tUat the
President Will Veto the Chinese Brfl,
Washington D.C. March 29, 1882
Dr. Rush, of Chicago, the secretary:.!
f.hA niat.illr Nat.innal Anano.iktvnMk
having been announced as among itiul AyrUilvS82Qmlt brarjened, lodges to
arrivals at Willards' Hotel, I waladiPAbbftvillea OiahdBeltK)5toi Walhal-
doHiher.to-dityto6eemm and ask
what the Distillers Association is going
to do about the action of the Republi
can party in determining to oppose re
duction in taxes on whiskey, cigars,
was not, noweven ao ffrtunato as to
find him. . I i ;! J - 1
ative WlUi,-of Kentucky, whoi tts - the
representative of tne greatest distillery
district in the greatest Dourbon manu
facturing State of the country, is natu
rally posted on topics of this sort. -"What
do you think is going to be
done with the whiskey, question, Mr;
Willis?' I asked, after we had chatted
about it for a moment -'
"Pretty hard to say. was. that gen tie-
man's reply; deliVetedln a thoughtful
tone "pretft fiarAjto say. Tho fact is
the memoers seem 10 nave given tne
matter very little thought yet."
"Yes. I have talked with several on
our side in the past few days and they
all telr? me tney nave; given tne subject
no thooghf yev and i "consequently ar
rived at no conclusion as to what
should be done."
"Rather odd, isn't it, on an important
subject like this that they should have
arrived at no conclusion r
"It is certainly a very important sub
ject, and one that we cannot afford to
neglect. They taiz on tne other side of
not opposing the extension of
fhA hnHart rrina r hnt'T 'rfnn'r. t.rrtnir I
it beet to trust ' too much' to that. 1 1
think we had better look after it our-
I A J 1 . l.- 1
selves and see that it is attended to."
"Think there's any hope of getting a
reduction in the tax, Mr. Willis V
"I don't suppose there is. The Re
publican caucusryou know, determined
to oppose it and their action has so far
controlled the committee in such a way
that we get no favorable report from
the committee, and with, pur present
abomirfable system of rules " we can't
pass a bill not favorably reported from
the committee without a two-third vote
in its favor."
"And that would be difficult to get
now that the Republican caucus has de-
-wcfioallyf lmposiilP,! I snp-
4riod iffl reported frifta h
be passed, I think, at least it
certainly ought to be; and I think it
will meet with little opposition."
The bill as reported from the House
committee and as it will probably pass,
begins by providing that the tax on
whiskey Bhall be paid whenever it is
withdrawn from the bonded warehouse,
making l-o other limit It requires dis
tillers to state in May of each year the-
ampop of whiskey fcey havejLn.bcfna
antflM amount they intendHJSwlh
bondtlttfiigthe year and give a yearly
statement asiouows: 50 oarrels, l,
800; 100 barrels, $3,000; 100 to 500 bar
rels, $4,000; 500 to ljOOO, 820,000; 1,000
to 2,500, $40,000; 5,000 to 10,000, $120,000;
10,000 to 20,000, $140,000 ; 20,000 to 80,000,
$160,000 ; when over 30,000 barrels, $200,
ooo, .but in.no case shall one-bond to
ruirted exceed ; 2O0,0oa v fit ease ae
quantity of pmts in warehouse exceeds
tne quantity set lortn in tne declara
tion an additional bond may be re
quired. This annual bond itt will be
understood takes the placj of the
monthly bond heretofore ' required. It
also provides for special bonded ware
houses, with special stamps, in which
distillers may deposit their surplus,
leaving . it as lone. as they desire, the
tux to-pe paid whenthe whiskey. ia re
moved f or Baje,;- jThaSou tag to"3eaT
10 wed is not to exceed the following:
One gallon for 2 months, for 4
months, 2 for 6 months, 1)4. for 8 months,
3 for 10 months, Z for one year ; &
for two years, for three years, 9 for
four years.' 10 for nveears, Ii for six
years, 12 for eight years, 13 for nine
years, but beyond that no "outage" to
be allowed. ., , v--
A queer itory has come toiigQ abbut
a Charleston" girf. It uns'lhusr A
advertisement appeared recently in a
iNew York paper announcing that any
young and handsome lady of means de-
Binng to appear on ryua outgo m a ieaa
Ing part might hear of an opportunity
by addressing the person inserting ad
vertisement ana wno caiis nimseir. "Ai-
reputable merchant of that city, and
who was temporarily residing in New
York, read the advertisement and had
an interview with Schwab. Terms were
arranged for a two years' engagement
as leading lady in a traveling combina
tion, she to make her Irst appearance1
in "Daniel RocftaL" atih Rnatorl ThMM
ti t feebwaji fctti&H Ms LewiXth&t
if woma t;nece8iarsio$ ner cp spja
chase a wardrbbe, ana that, as fee knew
just what she wanted, he would under
take to get it for her. She gave him
8500 to mase tnepurcnase. Thetwi
comp4niedi.by'B ia wboWfcef'
duced as "Mr. Robert J. Rummels,
reasurer of the Park Theatre, New
ork, for six years." They reached this
city en the 15th iastfrnd rooms were
engaged at the Revere House. Shortly
after arriving here Schwab represented
td Miss Lewis that it would be a good
tniagr,ihex to bevcoached"! somewhat
in the part in which she was to make
her first appearance, and he accordingly
engaged a professor of elocution to in
Te wardrobe o1fv appearing- Miss
Lewis became suspicious and went to
tho Boston Theatre, where she discov
erfed that shejiad been vmfced, Sbe,
:eturnedWNew roricr before going,
, IMslKiqwever, snewascaiiea upon to pay
thie hotel bills of Schwab and Rummels,
who, suspecting thattbejr game was
nn, had fled. Rummels managed to in
duce Miss Lewis to lend him a sum of
mAney to help replace $45 belonging to
Schwab which he.cpnfessed with fear
Sor4 whaeiltf Bostoh inserted a almilaf
advertisement in a Boston paper, and it
is reported that a young lady living here
fa said, to have nibbled at the bait.
J POSTAL ST5flS.
postmasters commissions sent: Ed
ward Shields, Scotland Neck, North
;Weii,outn ijaiT 4na.L;iJipmaj. m.
Carolina : E. Q. Bobbins. Lost. North
Cttolina ; Misa Emma Vance Bennett,
Mtt Pisgah, North Carolina ; Kirkmond
Klh& Delmont; North; CajMiiia
New offices: BobcrWex IrecWenbnrr?.
rCotmty North Carolina, J. W. Sample,
KVMWIalMMVWa f A. Of vUmVUwAIA VUUUwT
North (larnlina. JIPrmlAurw-iafwKS I
tixnnitaM - m ari- issr w
r.nn.;arsiiinn Minta is
Lparatei route fuA&eTN&sit$(A&, dia-
(Aftbetflte C:iHBfahl3heTtbu to
hallai'v-Froto Ayrtl iiSSS.tate-sdrvice
Jdij Jiranch bdtweeaHodre3'Andf Abbe-
vuw U.hL, Tinder to ate JNd.- I40Q9. This
route was forrhely a brarichof route
Brandi Hodfire to ABboVlH 3. SH
la, vfroxtirthis route." These branches are
made seiparate routes under oi-1 4009 .
and 14018; from amd date,"
- ItouCe 14091; Columbia to fjrreeri Ville
j Branch Hodges to Abbeville-Branch
Beltonto Walballa. From April 1, 1882,
State service fod"branch of this route5
from Beltou to Walballa, under 'route
lid. 14012 This rotite was1 formerly . a
brahcH 'of rooto 140011) ; - ! : ' : .
i Sdperintendent Thompson has issued
the following order to division1 superin
tendents: - , i-
j In! addition to requiring employees to,
carefully examine all "pooches and can
vass sacksaf tor-taking the-' mail there
from to-see that no mail mattet , re
main therein; division superintendents
will: instruct postmasters to carefully .
. 1 9. i - ' ' 1
examine ail poucnes ana -canvass &ac&&
turned "in . to 'theiri as empty,1 infdr-,
der to be certain that no mail mattei4
remains therein.' In case any mail mat' I
ter iaj toundrnsuen. poucne& oy post-
Haasvers it blktuiu ue lurwarueu lo uvs
tinatioii, stamped "missent arid -pdst-marked
with thedating stamp of the
ofllcein which it is found. - Alt such
cases Should be reported Imniediatery'
by postmasters to division -superinten-dentsv
report them to this office, with alP the,
information which they may be able to
obtain as to the person in fault in the
Patents have been granted to Rains-
ford Cantelon, Edgefield, county 'S. G,
fot Cotton-seea-aropper.'anaio wm. ts.
Hutsoni St Lawrence, K. C for a corn
An attempt was made a few nights
ago to rob Oongressnmn Shackelford's
house on R. street, but the robbers were
frightened off. - ; ' : - ..
. So far apprepriations have been asked
for public buildings in North Carolina
as follows, the. one at Charlotte being
recommended by the committee: 1
Newbern Marine Hospital ... $15,000
Statesville Cohrthouse, postof-.
Charlotte Courthouse. &c. 100,000
Asheville Postpflice, &c . , . : 7.5,000
Grreensbdro -P6stQffice &c. . . U 150,000
Turhm-r?6stofl5ce, &c". ....... 100,000
Recent census bulletin 6hows that
23,830 white and fl97! colored people,
born in North Carolina, -are now resi
dents of Arkansas, and 9281 white and
Colored born ' in .South' Carolina.
Of 'South Carolina', population 10,415
white. iand 682 colored were born in
North Garalina . i
The impression grows here that tlie
President will veto the Chinese bill,
holding that 20 years limitation is vir
tual abrogation of the treaty. He will
Sign at bill- of. 10 years restriction.
-:; . . ;o i - Pickup.
xet 9 notes:'
Tour hundred and "fifty Svyisi farm
ers .have Ift- Thun for . be United
; The Illinois Senate yesterday adopted
a resolution -urging president Arthur
to pardon Sergeaat MkSon.
Thtp-argfinlxCT pf .Portla'nid, Me.,
are on a strike' for an advance from
$2.50 to $3 per. day. Several firms and
corporations have acceded to the de
mands. '. , '" ,.;
Gen. Butler has positively dfeclined to
take any part in the management of
At AikenjS. C.,. iesjafdayjiegra
named Gilroy ureen was shot and Jall-
ed qtyr Wae JUunar, white, wnne the
former was trying to steal a hog from
the lot of Mrs. Steadmap, . T. , ,
The Mexican .'Merchant Bank wad
opened yesterday in the City of Mexico,
with $4j000,poo paid-ap capital. It will
issue $2,500,000 in Dills, and open
branches in the .principal cities. It is
under the management of natives.
; The Pennsylvania Railroad' ejection
ham PaUadelpBiaiesda, resulted
in the choice of the present board of
directors by a vote ranging over 644,000
Shares. Edward T. Parkes, the opposi
tionxdidaeceived 12,799 votes. . .
i A report has ben received at St
Paul, MioUV that! Capb. -Jviineof the
eighteenth inianlxy.Urveptook! the Can
adian half-breeds who were' concerned
in the outrage on Sheriff -HealeV. drove
them dvef Mtlk' WTr iind destroyed
yesterday aaoptiedr.resoJutiocs 'Teoest
mg President Arthur to recall Minister.
XiOwellr-ahd replace him by an rnbas
aador whaisee o itthatthe fights
of American Ritrzeno are fearlessly and
rigidly enf reed.;-
' Edward and Clara Peters were con
victed at Mansonviilei'' Can ada, ,;jyestr-1
qayi or ine muruer 01 jneir.aaptea
child, H boy seven years of agency cruel
torture and starvation, Thoi huiapd;
vas sentenced to be hansred and th
Wife to imprisonment for ten yearsinj-.
I Prof. S. LV-Gross.jrf thelTefferson,
Medical College, at Phiradelpnia, yes
terday resigned the chair of , surgery irrr
tne college . xaculty on account or aa-vanced-years
and a desire to make .way
Wryoimger Jjfetl,u.aa iUi. .Hi
The boards managers of iAheaNar
tipnaijeropera?e vocietyr !a a meet-
irfg-iB--Now York lfflt HKhtaapLedA
memorial to Congress praying That a
proviso be put u be pendiog-bilis to
enable XJakota acfd -New Mexico to form
Stete'governirieiits romriagjthe peopl
;1?n those Territories 4oTJioMbits:the
manufacture and sale of intoxicauiu?
. t"he "dissoTved fir m , of VKeuiaedy,
Hutchinson & Co., Wall street brokers, i
it Is allehhiVe pam?Ar' 6m&?
a suit'he-was-about to bring for $1,500.-
iDrofits ofFiatoH wanffabtions' which-
he'claimed that.flrm had transferred to
their tfwiiMcount:: :
"I am co
im convinced IbatPrpl, Darl
mall pox and other codmgMOM&wafeiMsa
y Pephylactle puld Perjonj walttna.Ofcr
disease from spreedli&'aocf the
I WQfWi I
wffl jleM to Its purifying and 0QaaJn4ffeoti I j
wifftealpa cCeifjffija vm
Melttng eyes or rtsebod hps, s
' fefntRnrU,l2 iflf ri:
a M theij sriro nrjMerfer la 4 -
8OZ0DONT. best danflMai Kga'H V- 8TE1
Wal-Tfl w rlli
Frord Saratoga 8prttb,J'tf. ' k new water
sembling the Jmported TOhy Reoorarnendecl
as an antacid; cures dispeplii,lalds,dlge8-
uuq, nenut iorac ana BCTODg
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
teraUTaand lnR forma of dyspepsia. ;
-; ALSO, ' "
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
' 0 dASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
. 0 CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full s.upply of ,
' AMD "
; PuDyadi Janos. Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN. NOVELTY
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
J ! ' AS A'CATHARTIC : "
DOeaAwtoe gaaae full before breaklast
The Xancei "RxmyfdX Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that Its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hnnyadl Janos.
The. most agreeable, safest,, and most efficacious
Proj. Vxrehour, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt; success; most valuable."
IBcpnberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scvntom, Wumburg I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., F. R 8., London.
"More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prnf. Atken. M 7, F. R. ... Royal Military Kos
pital, Netiey. ' Preferred to Pulina and Irleii
nchshaa" JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist ,
North Tryon St., - - CHARLOTTE, N.
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you Jean get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as .when It hows 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.MCAOEN,
i. Orugglst and Chemist
Prescriptions carefully rvitred by experienced
r. Onuaitst dhj or night.
Tbe leading Scientists of To-day agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
Liver. . It, therefore, the Kidneys and Livers are
kept In perfect order, perfect health win be thet re
suit This truth has only been known a short time
and. for years people suffered great agony wl hout
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 fare valne; it con
tains Just Uia elements necessary to nourish and
Invigorate both Of these great organs, and safely
restore and keep them in order, tit Is a POSITIVE
REMEDY Tor all the diseases that cause pains In
the lower pa& of the body lor Torpid Liver
HeadacDtS J aaneica iwzauaess ravei jjever,:
Ague Malaria! Fever, and all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and UrinaryiOtg&ns.' ; ' 1 " '
it la an excellent and safe remedr for females
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and is invaluable foBLeucorrheeaor lulB-dg bl the
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Leave. Charlotte, ...,.
; Baii8Dnry,' . . ; . .'.
v HLrh Plnt. .....
fi.M a m
10.44 p m
, 7.20 a m
Leave reeBsboro,! !!! '.:
Arrive Durham' ..
4 20 pro
No, 17-Dally except Satordy,
Leave Greensboro.; -.6 00 p m
Arrive at Ralh?h,. : ..8.04 a m
h. AMtve at Goldsboro,. .84)0 a m
So. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with" RAD.
H. U. Ior Hil Dolnts NnrtK Ttnat anrf DJ., 1
Tllle. At Gotosboro wlto wTft w Z VI
mtngton. . t , . .
dHo. 63-Corinect8 at Salisbury with W. N. ak
& -SL? U ?mt-8 'I? Western Morib Carolina; dauy
at Greensboro with B. A n k u in, TTi VJfi.I
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, "February 19ih, 1882-
Leave Goldsboro . . .
4 10 pm
arrive High Point,..
Arrive Salisbury.. ..
6.07 p m
9.4:1 p m
12 fiO a
.9 28 am
-Arrive 0 ottv....
'No. 18-DalIy except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro, . . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Rallgbj.. 7.10 p m
Leave Raleigh...... 5. 00 am
Arrive Greensboro, 2.20 p m
No. 50-C6hnect9 at Charlotte with A. A C. Air
Line for all points In the South and Southwest
Southed - - tor, M POInttCTSSd
y ,"f ? "Connects at Charlotte with A C Alr
Ltne for all points 8outh and Southwest- at Char-
SouSt0-' 0- B-a r Uthand
W. If. C. RAILROAD,
Leave Greensboro 9 20 n m
Arrive Kernersvllle 10 H6 p m
Arrive Salem n.20 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8.30 a m
Arive Kernersvllle . 9 41am
Arrive Salem..... 10.15am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 am
Arrive KernersvTle 5.50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
NO. 5H Dnily
Leave Salem 6 00 p m
Arrive Kernersvllle fl.40 p m
Arrive ;Greensboro. . : 8 00 p m
tte uiviVERsi ry railroad.
Leave Chapel Hill,
Arrive Ra elgh,
7 80 a m
8.20 a m
1 0. 1 5 a in
Leave Ralt-Ub, . . .
Arrive Chapef Hill,
8 SO p in
5. 15 p m
615 n m
PolMa -Sleeping Cars Without CHange
On Train No. 50. New York and A'lanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and bttween GreerisiQro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Chariot e and
Washington and Chariot e - la D utvlUo.
tThroueh Tickets on sa!e at Greensboro'.
Raleigh. Goldsboro'. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, eiouthwest. West, North
and East. Yr Kmlgrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
OenerM Passenger Agent.
feb28 Hlchmond. Va.
RICHIV10ND& DANVILLE R.R.
On and afier March 5th. 1882. the nassen-
ger irain service on me Atlanta x unariotle Air
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte, XL .
Arrive Gastonia, L . .-. . .-. . .
Arrive Spartanburg. K
Arrive Greenville, H
Arrive Seneca, G
5.82 a m
7.15 a m
8.28 a m
1 1.05 a m
12.02 p m
285 p m
5.54 p m
705 p m
12.05 a m
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
9.82 a m
Arrive Lula, E
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
2.15 p m
6 22 P m
5.00 a m
7.41 a m
8.32 a m
Arrive Toccoa. F
7.06 p m
Arrive Seneca. G
H.24 p m
10.O8 p m
Arrive Greenville. H. .... ..
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonia, L
2.06 a m
Arrive Charlotte, M
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A
W; I Railroads.
B with-arriving trains of Georala Central. A ft
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
B with Northeastern Railroad of Geonria to and
from Athens, Ga.
if with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
. G with Colombia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, 8. C.
Hith Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
: K with Spartanburg and Asheville. and Snartarr-
ourg, union ana txuumoia 10 ana from Henderson
ana Asneviue, ana Alston ana vptumbia. - -1
L with Chester and Lenoir NarroW-Gauge to and
from, Dallas and Chester.
i M with O. C. ft A, C. C, R. ft D. and A, T. ft O.
fOr all points West, North and East.
; Pullman sleeping-car service on trains No& 50
and 51 dally, without change between Atlanta ani
New York. A POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R. Talcott,
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent:
C.a G. & A. R. R. CO.
' ; CONDENSED SOSEDtJtES.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882.
m Train Train
. No. 62. No.4, -
;--' Passeng'r. Passeng
Leave Charlotte,. ...... .... ll.ao a m
Arrive Rock Hill, ...,12.85pm
Arrive Chester, 1.28pm,...
Arrive Winnsboro, 2.50 pm
Arrive Colua.bla..... 4.18 pm .
Leave Columbia,. 4.25 p m 5.45 a m
Arrive Lexington 6.12 p m 6.37 am
Arrive Ridge Spring,. 6 25pm 7.55 a m
Arrive eranitevUle 7.40pm 9.12 ant
Arrive Angusta,. ............j 8,40pm 952am
'- ; ' Trafti . Train.
Na 18, No. 20,
' t. A Freight. Freight. -
Leave Charlotte, .'. 5.40 a m 5.40 p m
Arrive Bock Hill, 8.03 am 782 p m
Arrive Chester... ,9.50m 908 pm
Arrive Winnsboro, 12.55 pm 11.17 pm
Arrive Columbia, 5.05 p m 21 8 a tur
"Leave Columbia, . , 2.40 a m
ArrlVB Lexingtoci,.vl..... .. ' 3.4Qam
Arrive Ridge during, , 5.43. m
Arrive Granitevlrle,.. 7.54am
Arrive Angueta...' i.;.:., ....iv.:.-..l 9.80am
Train No. 62, Dalijp-Connecta at Coltrmbla with
TTlAH P. R U fnr (.hai-lssitnn ani Uh .v.. r m.
w . " w w . 1 . .u. v. - m,r t 1 v mja
Angust 'With Oentral tfedrgla. R.. R for Sacon
Savannah and Florida Dolnts.. r . , . . .
Train-Jto. 48, jBally Connects at Augusta with
the 'Georgia R, R. and Central, Georg B.B,Ier
Ms eon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains KoA IS and 20, loeat dally ytcept 8m
T Trains from the South -arrive at CB."trktte;! nas
emreL dally, at p, Freight except:
ovuaar, at a. m. ana 4 46 d. m.
ATLANlid, TENNESSEE ft OHIO DrTIfljQjfcS
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i .Leave charlottes ...,,-...
.Leave Cbarlottarj ..
-mA 'Arrive at Statesville, ; ; ,.,..8.12 p m
Arrive at Charlotte. v ...
bnXteketi.solA-toatt pofcts .South, !8outheait and
i - . oen'i Manager. .
ColnraWft, BwO March 1st, 1882.
We Hm added to w Stock i'Sopplj 0f
Kainitl, or German Potash Sjlfe.
CALL AN SIB fJfl.-e
--I BAVE JDST REH7ED-
A LOT OP
RrtVII ATLANTA AMI HtrI. 4.?Kr.
PHI A St XV,
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ok II. Mm.
We have ust received and offer Jbr a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts
Mossrose Decoration, 50 nieces. S10.00. worfb
EXTRA FINE TEA ETT3, cold, bird rad flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, 9 12.60,
PORCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, very &),
. 44 pieces, ...
PORCELAINX DINNZB SETTS. 10 pieees, fr
815.00; decorated. 180 p-es, fer (35.00.
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior quality, aomplsis
with shades, at SI. 00, worth S2-tt.
: All Other Goods in Prcptoo.
KT WHOLESALE and RETAIL. X
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YOU WILL FIND A PULL STOCK OP
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