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27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds,
lEETnoTEN Orrwt contains lOfun mutm
SubT? 6MetoIt PlfUeB.LWht BeUoWs, Steel
uV.ilSTw nwvimr. Beattv's Patent
ENORMOUS 8UCCE88. Sales over
1000 a month.
rw F.crv workimr DAY am
by 320 Hkiiaon'a Electric
rinTJtrhtei at NIGHT to fill orders
veUverea on boara CCOrl
rrt.nsWiwmiiM-tiitora, nothli(r can befclrer
tfeme and examine tbe Instrument. Leave N. Y. City,
JlWlmm kMMtlff in N V ATi ZLZVI Or H 11. I
routes from Chicago.. Richmond. Phlla. .Boston, &c. , see
"Beacty's Excursion itouie vircuuu-, juijwou w ijr
expenses if you buyi come anyway, yon are welcome.
Free Coach with polite attend ante meets all train.
OtherOvans 30, 40, 50 u p. Pianofortes 125 to $1600.
sVsutirul Illustrated Catalogue fro. Address or call upon
DANIEL F. BEATTT, Washington,- Sow Jersey
JorBoofikWaA Mil Oeihglxipia! plaeUoljinj
IMPROVED SOOT BEER. 25c
Dockage makes 5- Rations of a de
licious, wholesome, sparkling temperance
beverage. Ask your druggist, or sent by
mall for 25o. C. K. HiRisa,
mail iur co N Aye PnlladelprJa,
BEWABD! for any case of
Blind Bleeding, itcning,
Ulcerated, or protrudlM
PILkS tnat DeBUNu-e
vi i.w. MKMitnY film to cure. Prenared by J. if,
HILL1B, M. D , 915 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
None genuine without his signature. Send for
circular Sold by druggists ana country stores. i
nthnr A fiimind firra&t ftied-
toal Work, warranted the best and
eheapest, indispensable to erery
manntitied "tie Science of Life
crelf-Pi oaorf ation boond in
finest French muslin, embossed,
fall ciltOO ppontains beantif ul
teel ngrannas, 125 proscrip
tions, price only $1.26 sent by
mail . illustrated sample, 6 cents;
Mm) nav.AddraH Pe&hodT Med
OTTvtjrT V leal Institute Or Dr. W. H. PA&
lal OliLl . K.KR, No. 4 Bolfinchst. Boston
Laud Patents obtained, and special attention given
to contested Preemption, Homestead, Mineral and
Tinhoriit'iTu UntrtAH. Highest Drlce d! d for
T nnri Warrants and ScrlD of all kinds. PEN
SIONS PROCURED for soldiers and sailors dls-
HhiBd m line of duty. Pensions Increased it rated
too low. Bounty, back pay and newdincharges ob-
ta'ned. Send two be stamps ior Dianits ana "vv
cular Information. " Address
STODART & CO ,
413 O St. N. W , Washington, D. C,
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Mann lacturcrs or
Patent Portable Ciroulur
5 IT. SCHE0EDER
Grist and nonr Mills, Water Wheels, Wood Working
and Barrel Machinery, rihinrfe Mills, Circular Saws.
Mm8uppliee,eta TANITE EIVrERY WHIXIiS
and GiiUtbiNU MACHINERY.
Send for CaXalosrae.
Carbonate of Lime
BEST Sc CHEAPEST FERTILIZERS.
FRENCH BROS., Rocky Point, N. C.
Springs & Burwe
HAVE IN STORE ONE OF THE
GGO RRR OO OOO EKB RRR TI TOE B8S,
OGRBOOOOK R tt II K S1
O RRR OOO EE
RRR II KB BS0
OOO R K OO OOO EEK R
a Lt A a a
B 11 BEE BSS8
Fkr, Grain, Provisions, k,
Evt r ottered in this market. Don'tBbuy .until you
examine our Stock and Prices.
-CORN 1SS OATS.-
2 CAB LOADS WHITE CORN,
1 0 CAR LOADS 1 ELLOW CORN,
QQQ BABBELS FLOUR,
500 8X0X3 C0FFKK
2QQ BARRELS MO SSES,
100 BOXES BACON,
150 PACKAGES LARD.
200 BOXES SOAP,
200 PACKAGES MACKEREL, .
100 BOXES CRACKERS,
25 BOXES CHEESE, &C.
100 Bairels5JustJfrbrn!tlie Mill.
SPRINGS & BURYELL.
1 4 :
TSENO FOB CttCTJtABS.-'c
wWldo,tw1y f . U , r ,
V? & nmnnui
IT I I
15 EITHER LIQUID OR DEI FOBS
That AW at e ime time on
WHY tlAWE LWiSj BIOI?
Ueamt 'abd'aed or torpid, and
hvtnorsart therefor forced into the Hood I
that should be expeUed nalurauy.
KIDNEV DISEASED '
PILES. COKSXOTAllOJr, rBCCABT
DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES,
,A MEBVOirS PISOMRE54 j""3
bycautinfflie'tuaon tf'lhttt ofgdni iM
rettoring their power to throw off distase.
Why suffer Billot yalms and acltesl
Why tormented with Piles, Constipation!
Why frightened over, dUorderrB?idiieyI;
Why endure nervons ot alck J'daehest
Use KIDNEY-WORTand rejoice in health.
It Is put up In Dry Vegetable" Form, intin
cans one package of which makes six quarta-of
medicine. Also in Uuld Form, Tery Ceaeia
trated, for those that eannoadny prepare .
fjf-Tt acts with equal efficiency In either form.
(JET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE,
WELLS, RICIIAKDSO A Co.,Trop
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH,
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.
MANTELS and GRATES
BTWHO L tt BiX tiC anijl.'T a l. Ija'
Partfciilar Bitenaon'pald to , ?
ROOFING 'AND SPOUTING
None brft flrstxiass' Bands eifipldyea. ' Cah for the
BARLEY ' SHEAFS STOVE.
SKIN 1 '
D I S
CURES ;WHEN. ALI OTHER
If yon donbt, come to see as; aiid we wlU
i u or charge jnottungij t
Wntt for paracrjlari, and a copy 0f the ntae boc
"Message to the tJnfortnnate Soflerlnc."
Ask any prominent Dmgglst'as to oar Standing.
, toDorr, AUanta, da. f
wea Agm m...:j.itd'fii rial to Ak
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
i 1 Airei
Stoves, Heaters, Rales,
& lloase FurnisaiDg G
n ii i l-m. 4
i & .w-x sxyf
I 1 1 wM .SAmi
STATE REWB. I
Greensboro Basle: We are cladfto
learn that MiS. Jl JL-Gregory,-wM flas J
been: quite ill for the past weeK, la nrocix
better to-day. -ft
ABUent accident occurred on taqo
r- . fc,a
Winston TTnioni Oar esteemed fel
low citizen. Mr. R. M. Sloan, who
annaitionin the First
National Bank of Winston, has, we .
learn, been elecUd-cashier of the Reids-
YilieJNauonai ijanic. ...
Durham Plant : -The DinK-eve nas;
maderits appearance among the horses
in TliirHam . .t
There has- beenarstriKe m uurnanv
on the Dart of bag makers. They warlfe,
more wages, lne women are now oe-j
ing paia $$.vv per montn.
Horace iEe, oiunacnam, aieasu
denlv on Taesdav evenintr last.V"e4
teavAs .onlvtatdt survivors, of a Latfli
Mr. Robert L. Walker, of Alamance
realized $1,448.60 on two loads of tobae
co, 26 pounds sold at the rate of $3 a
. Salem Press: We learn that here are
several cases of diptberia in the coun
try around town, ,
Roldsbore Messenger; Currituck coun
y, last jear, prodhQBdS5Q0,0Q0 bushels
Of corn. ThevbeMiandsifittiat-cotfnty
vield from 18 to 20 barrels to tne acre.
The same county sells $500,000 worth of
wild fowls annually.
We learn with pleasure tnat our
voung townsman, Mr. W.S. O'B. Rob
inson, has been nominated by the Pres-
dent for the posit kin 161 United States
District Attorney for the Eastern Dis
trict of North Carolina, as the success
sor of Judge J. W. Albertson. Mr. Rob
inson is a young lawyer or more man
ordinary ability, and a republican from
the cradle up. and not for the sake of
office. We feel satisfied that he will do
the important place full justice and re
flect credit upon mmseir. ajt. ko Din
arm was an elector ork the Garfield tick
et, made' an active canvass.: and polled
the highest vote on the' republican 'side
in the State. We trust his appointment
will be confirmed.
Anson Times: We learn that the
peach crop in portions of Richmond
county has been killed by the late cold
A son of Mr. John Dabbs had the
misfortune to cut one of his thumbs off
afe days sftice." ' v ?
We regret ' to learn of Mr. S. H. Mc
Lendon's loss by tire last week in An
sonville. His stable caugrit nre on
Tuesday night, the 21st inst, and was
completely consumed before the fire
valuable' horses, his stable, a Idt 6f feed.
&4..T amdUntiu'g to upwards 'of.fl.ODO:
wjh ndipssj ranee. Tne fire is supposed
toqbe the work bf ari incenoiay. i f :
Wilwingen 6- Tfweowmittee
having the matter in charge have ar
ranged to systematically canvass the
city for subscriptions, to -the capital
strik of thfrClinton and Point. Caswell
railroad eompany. . . ,
We are glad to see that the authoritie s
have decided to enclose the paupers'
burying ground, in the extreme south
eastern limits of the city, with a sub
stantial fence, and that the lot jsedfjp
that; fifrfcpsfe wio be ' consdemrfy ff&i
jargedtililt alap understqpdi.natffk3
will be taken to secure more care and
discrimination in' making the inter
ments than has heretofore been observ
ed. Salisbury Watch man: Our jail is now
filled, having 18 birds nestling within
its -massive walls. 16 of these are coUtc-d.-Hi4
j males and 2 females and sib
WhliesuJwtro arbbrbthers, Ttiey-are in
for some kind of affray, The bulk of
the colored inmates are in for larceny.
We learn that the average attendance
at the Graded School for the month of
March wasvl68 For'tbe- -month of
February the average was 1575-19. The
average is now very good, and that for
March is the best yet made.
Several yonngjadjtes whUejOutwaljr,
ing last Saturday evening neWJbe -track
Of Western fail rdad amtel
By apet rfog,pari"3ed to see the incoming
train pass. To their horror, the pet
dog dashed on the track as if to impede
the coming monster. The unfortunate
canine was left in a mangled condition.
1,,, I,, a s'm'i il i '
Franklin J, Moses in Trouble Again
. An . Ex-Governor in t ho Role of a
N TMarch.PMtnkgi J.
Moses," er-Gdvrhor or Soutn Carolina,
and for many years a professional
swindler, was a prisoner to-day at po
lice headquarters on the charge of
swindling Freebcxp JSmith, a piano
; manufacturer, out of $175.
There are quite a number of similar
charges against him, and during! the
day 4 jwaa identified by anw9Qe of
; hJ5 xtiotsf svhdl wilU anjiear Wftslh!
him to-morrow at the Tombs Police
; E, W. Crowell entertaiped Moses un
jder the name of Anthony White, of
Greenville, Soath Carolina, and cashed
ihis check for $150.
Howard H. Stewart cashed two $50
ichecks for Moses, who 'represented
himself to be Gen. Curtly, of Ncfrth Caf A
rWWJ ktitiMl ie
Steami&iri KWmhanr, of Bo
writes thaSTieiost $320 Tby ttke
operations of the prisoner.
Chas. R. Flint, a partner of Mayor
Grace, wisely declined to cash the
checks presented j i ?i!fttr ni
ExGirverfiorMoses-rjaTteef bW dur
ing the last four years, led mm many
lmesxo jan, out eacu time ue am suc
ceeded in -escaping punishment. Dur
ing the reconstruction period in South
Carolina he was governor of the State.
Since then he has lived by his wits,
j When the struggle between Tamma
ny anddtfriopprments-iwas. hottest
last year .Moses offered to John D.
JTownsend, the lawyer, papers damag
ng to Mr. Tilden, which he professed
to have at his ttbHa indb'ejliwyer-ad-
mdneytogoand get them.
Leaving Mr. To wnsend, he took
him the latters oest overcoat.
Feriian'e?ploslv6s ifi steamshtps i Yre
vailed he imposed upon one of the
great trans-Atlantc companies by pre
tending to have discovered a plot to
blow up their steamers. He '. was paid
for his secret, and when the company
found itself swindled it prevailed upon
the police to djrppjhe matter, and Moses
lowiiim to escape this time.
-Will Observe Good Friday and Satnr-
i New Yoek, March 31. The members
ctf the Cotton Exchange yesterday
voted to obserae Good ' Friday andrSau
. J T V w kail ' A. y
atnesA. Potter, a Judge of theSu-
sme Court of Anneals of this State.
led suddenly of heart disease last
light. q a 3 tu T n i
What tSibeaufles chief est charm ; -
jHeltJng yeror rosbnd Us, '
Tlowlng tresses, form of sraoe?-
And their tare preserver is 1
eozODONT. best dentifrice.
wo aeaumns iiisfaitai ma oMttneiL
whic4i-oe(Miredao oit Grant,. A. tR,'
March 26. . y laostrTt iri
onatime gecreto) owaJPKrflthe Con
federato States, oiled m Philadelphia pn
Tha Raw i9 TVWJV, -'
TunQffejMd a f tlf
the conditioflnSlJairjyr submit I
mends or L)r. liarnsdn that h&'!an;givdt
iq? oniciaLinaotsemeJ:tQ:ther Petition;
A OI TTTrt 1 -w-w- , i --
Wouc wjuiam HarQQnrtormrnmu.
i6n of sehMice. r" 1 i
omted,couBse,Uo.,aMistCnl GeQ. lites
fa the" prosecution staToute cases?
to take the Place held bv Mr. Bre wster'
HerY ton? Bunsenibas been acq tirtted
of the charge-of slandexins. Prince-BiS-v
Sajrck in . a4 speech to ,his constituents,.
""wWch ' he deefibed "Prince Bis-
t marcK:s economw 'sctiemes - as nigniy
-Trhe executive cammiltee'of the-Western
Export Associatiorxmeb 6a Tues
day at.. Grand , Pacific-. Hotel, Chicago,
and unanimously agreed, in vxew,of thB
rise in th price 6f grain, to ad vanice
the high "Wines toarket to $1.17'; and
also to continuethe ; association until
June;l.(,3 i.ati 4 J , . K i
..iW. F. Miskey, Jr. a: well-knoWn Phjl-
hj tne penitentiary in iee; ior, conspir
acy t6'defraTidthe city; died suddenly
Tuesday; He2 had ' been t taken ont of
the penitentiary on a writot error.' u
. .Tne Qre.jn tt wades vine shaft, near
Potsville, Psl.', operated by- the Phila
delphia and Reading coal and iroh.com-
pany-nas gamea' ucn neaaway ti?at
orders were issued -Wednesday to take
out tne rails, ancu Ave scock and Hood
the mine. This , will, thro.wQO own od
boys out of Work for severaXiivmtljs.
Tne execuuve committee ox tne Dem
ocratic congressional campaign com
mittee' will consist 'of 'Repre'sentatiye
Rosecrans, chairman; and Represeftta-
Mves Flower , of New York ; Randall,
of Pennsylvania, Lefevre, of Ohio;
uooDjOr maiana; Anompson, or i.en
tncky, and 'Jones, of Arkansas. 1
' 'The" hvster" dredgers. 46 in number.
Teeently convicted in Matthews county
Va of - yielatin the State eyster laws,
and sentenced ..to. the penitentiary for
one year, arrived in Richmond, Wed
nesday, and were, at once conducted to
that institution. An effort has been
Lmadft, to., obtain .executive clemency',
buMhe gQxernor has not yet taken ac
taon in t matter. -
The' International Sabbath-.Observ-anee'
conference opened at Pittsburg
Tuesday night. The question of Sun
4ay raflKHtd' trains' and Sunday mails
was discussed. Hon. Wmv E.: Dodge; of
New York. David E. Small, df Ppfiri-
syltania, an'd Barker Gunmers, of New
Jersey, were appointed a committee to
confer 'with railroad managers .upon
tnts suojeet. At tne sessiprr weanes
dayjonn -Fniton. etiet; mining engi
Beer of the Cambria iruH:cbrhpahy,
Tend'a paper; Showing tirat!!rdn works
can be operated at less e'xpense arid
greateT brofit in the IdhgV-un bystop
pirtg'on Snoday:' -
..,!. :: Mining' News. V :
0a1!s'Af Watchman. -
, ITie Jdaes.mine,.in Rarudolpli county,
has resumed operations.
.Mr.!J. D Stewart, M. E.,ijas gone to
New aoxk on business, couneckd with
xna Ayaio.r. mine, near Anomasviife-, is
duclng ana abi pp ing t h ei r ores.
There has been a strike at the Eureka
mine, in-Day,id3on . county and work
. ThejSilvar Valley has ceased work in
(he' main, shafx, f or-rSeasoaa best known
to the -inanipAilators, ... t
They are peeping ; the water down to
tKe,40Qi6Q!i ,'IeveL in the -Silver Hill
ijiine . It ia reported : Uiat this property
tviU'gp jhto the hahda of French capi
tlistsAtn earlyj.day, ... .,
'. 'Xhere.'is, some :talk,. of , astrikeiit
Bo'over JlilT'fhe, mine isnosy inthe
b'ada i ofj ihe English stockholders, who
are looking around . to. .see what they
have., , : .. ,' t
; ,Xfr.M-- J. Eoseman,. of .Litaker
towjnship; 9Ki mil ea outh of Salisbury,
has iiirauht "jjqj Bpecimen. from two
velrls on Ids property,.- The, wood vein
is open about' 50 :feeWaud. the ore, is a
cotnblhation of brwn pre?an(isnlphur
etSrWhijrih will develop . ulphurets alter
This :vdih. Alsp hQjtX weerold and is
SH,,;6t .Wide, .The' meadow, win is
hearjy-of heaamachaderand width,
and hds, teen cened,10feet.;hepros7
pecjtsre" .very V ftaUrihg. Thanks to
the Doctor for' specimens, which have
bjftQn, added Jff ogajyoet. , 7 . ir
Dr. David Robeielivin CrrehsboTb!
out hia TWA-thr ntlfr1f- tart Tn7Ynth It
iOf little black bwgslhat had about
'sucked it to death 'and had s6 damaged.
fore made three, etfttj'iijgiUlife
J,L113 year uinno VL"0 "D,t;unjD Mi
t vearttitf 260f"of 3lifrch, and i was the
same .height, .25 inchesr and- that yeF
made threefriTOiigaswe i frjariaesame
-Hillsbdfl). Gus Grahams crop was
xuihed by them.' Mr. Brown Ruffln had
!a paper full of these.little pests at Com
pany Shop3. They seemed about taking
wings and had the appearance of.the
Hessian fly. 'We do trust they won't
begin going for the wheat crop. They
bite people too, only, walk -through, the
rye-eten an dthey JbifeJ0 itang tfluaT
to the chlgger.
j A Disgrace to His Profession.
; On Friday evening last a colored
man by the name of Harrison Ed wills
a mattress maker from Greensboro, N.
C., left his-hortesr afid 'wa)er landing
In a back street in he town of Pitts
boro. When he went to get them they
were missing, and upon enquiry he
found that Richard Wat. York, form
erly f Chatham, but now of this coun
ty, was seen with the wagon and team
on the Raleigh road.. ? A : warrant yas
procured s fromi Justice JoWik-?aad
placBa)rJtre tas-o DepjafcsMriff
Knight, who overhauled York about 19
miles from Pittsboro at the house of
Arzy Williams, and took him back to
Pittsboro. On his return to Pittsbro he
paid Edwills, it is said, twenty-five dol
lars not to prosecute him, and no evi
dence was introduced before Mr. Worn
ack. It is thought the members of. the
bar will still prosecute him ' unless he
Surrenders! hi license i and leave a pro
fession he has long disgraced.
From Peraoaal Experience.
05 Caninbell Street. )
New Orleans, La., March 16th, 1881. I
Warner A Co.: sirs -I know from rer-
expsrlence that your Safe Kidney and Liver
a gooa inmg ior caronic liver auncuuy.
Stm, Itt. D., New York I
'T am onnwlnn that PrAf nnThvaPrrirhslaRtLn.L
Kluld is a most t1 ftKdUIiitiWiafT
j ' w man pox-ana other tonragioru aiseases use
e sioktiMUMtMif ftwiy.Ti i nm preWrtman
oulliAafrom'lpreslrjg. and tha wdrat mat
wiu yieia 10 its purifring and cleansing effects.
&--;md oast jtmsisM. i i
Just Received, ,at . i
Vni (C AR ATOGA5 1 !. -ItlCHY, i
rom Saratoga Springs. N.T- A new water re
senibltag tne Imported yicny. Rtfcommended
.:ias an antacldj;curs dysppalds diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
1 v1 .r : aiuretlc. ; ' Also, ,"' . .
Bathopfi -Natural Mineral Water,-
Recbrnmerrderl very ; highly as a cathartic and al-
' : teratlve and tn all forins of dyspepsias
: .;':!: ..also,- - . - '
C GA8E3 CONGRESS WATBR,
jQ CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
. And. a full .supply pf
finnvadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT ElM'EN NOVELTY
THE BEST JS'ATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
' Does. A wine glass full before breakfast
Tfu Lkneet "Hunywdl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that Its richness In .aperient salts surpasses
that of all other Known waters."
- Tfts British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeabie. saf jst, and most efficacious
Vroj. Vtrchow, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger,, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scanzoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. 7)., K B ft.. London.
'"More peasant than Its rivals, and suruacisfs
them In efflenpy."
. Prof. Atken, M. D., F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pulina and Jried
rlchshaa" JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and I Isienslng Pharmacist.
North Tryon St, - - CHARLOTTE,
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When yoa can get water Just as fresh and spark
ling as when it flows from tbe spli)g hX Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
again every week. J H. McADEN,
Dnigsfist and Chemist.
Prescriptions caofT-iiy rrt!i;..rni ; experienced
The leading Scientists of To-(Say agree that
most diseases are'efiused by disordered Kidney and
Liver. If, therefore, the Kidneys and Livers are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be thetre
suit This truth nas only been known a short time
and for years people suffered great agony, wi bout
being able to find relief. The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
era th the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf ot rare; value.' it .con.
tains lust -the elements necessary to nourish and
Invigorate both of these great organs, and safely
restore and keep them in order. It is a toeiTlVlB
REMEDY for all the diseases that cause palna In
the. lower part of the body-for Torpid Llver-
Headache s J aandice-r-Dl?zlnes s Gravel Fever,
Ague Malaria! Kever. and all- difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinar&prgans
It Is an excellent and safe remedy for females
Owing. Pregnaniey.' ; It .-will, control Menstruation
and is Invaluable for Leucorrhoea or Falling of the
As a' Bipod. Purifier it is unequalled, r it cures
the organs that mas the blood.
This Remedy, which has done such wpcci&s, is
nut up in the LARGEST SIZED.BOTtXE pi any
modteme uoon the market arid lsoId 1 ' dKunfete,
and all dealers at $1.25 per bottle. For Diabetes
enduire for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE.
It bVa POSITIVE Remedy., r n
a. WARNER 4 CO.,
Jan28- ". Rochester, N.
: t,ATOR, on ittfcjniciivE
: .. - i... . .- ; : '-.".!;. ' - .
: .Look foe . clean neat WHIT a WRAPPER with
the-rd symbolic letter stamped upon it in, the
lorm bt a rihbbtt, gracefuilr curve'1 into the letter
Z embra sing the emblfems of our t ade. Spatula,
Mortar and Graduate wi h thei words- A. Q. SIM
MONS LIVES RKGULATOR or MEDlClJiJ K tljere
bB.alsp observe the signature of ' J.' JEL 2 EI LIN &
; JBeware of those wb1 tuoow nothing'- of Medical
Compounds who put ou tostiums knowr) to sour,
add being analyzed, prow orthles and only made
ferfieede the public, and U. pirate on tbe well earn
ed reputation - of ZerHn & -Co's: medicine these
frauds nave bo reputation to susvtln and will
heatjp.i0Ta.ew perineys every way they Can. :.
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GenJao. -B. Gordon U S beuaoor,u. .-. 1.
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Lewis JiHinderi AsiBtant P, Mi Pnlla Pa-j , ; ;
and thotwandsujf otbers frem wjMJm wa harvelet
"1 'Jb,Q.cnmq(oA and rommendajn,...,.,
i hisralMnfly .a Family ;Medeclne and by be
ing kept ready for .Immediate resort .will save
many an hour of suffering and many a aAHar in
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TIse following Scbednlea an mr.
rected by the Railroad Of Meiaia-. m.nit
may'lrc Belted. on m Correct; -
; OOITDiarSED BOHEDTJLES.."
.TKAINS GOING XAST,
Date, February' 19th, 1882.
8.51 p m
10.44 p m
Arrive Greensboro, . . .
Leave Greensboro, . . .
Arrive HUlsboro,.,. .
Arrive Durham, '.
Arrive Raleigh ;
Arrive Goidsboro',; . .
No. 17-Dauy except Saturday,
; - Leave Greensboro. . .6 00 p m
Arrive at RaMeh,. . ..8.04 a m
- "' Arrive arGoldBboro... 8.00 am
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
R. R. for'all-polnts North, East and West via Dan
ville. At Goidsboro with W. & W. R. R. for Wil
mington. - '
Bio. 53 Connects at , Sallstury with W. N. C. R.
R. for all points in Western North Caroilna: dully
at Greensboro with R. & D. R R. for all Dolnts
North, East and West. .
TRAINS GOIMG WEST.
Date, February I9ih, 1882 Na 50 No. 52
Leave Goidsboro,. 1 0 20 a m
Arrive Balelgh 12.40 pm !".!!!"".".."!
Leave Raleigh .. 4.10 pm
Arrive Durham 5 23 p m
Arrive HlJlsboro 6.07 pm
Arrive Greensboro 8.50 pm
Leave Greensboro .10pm 7 25 a in
i rrive High Point 9.43 p m 8 06am
Arrive Salisbury,. . ....... . 11.03pm 928am
Arrive Cote e 12 50 a 11.20am
No. 18 -Daily except Sunday,
Leave finldahnrn. . .9 sn n m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh 5 00 a m
.Arrive Greensboro, 2. 20 p m
o O -Connects at Charlotte wtth A. k C. Alr
Llne for all points in the South and touthwest,
and with C, C. & A. R. R. for all points touth and
U V 1 Al CW
; No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. C Air
Line for all DOii'ta Soutb and' finmhn.. at ni...
lotte with C., Cot A. B.R. for aU points South and
. W. N. C. KAiLKOAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro 9.20 p m
Arrive KernersvUle: lO.Htt n m
Arrive 8alem 11.20 p m
NO: 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro. 8 30am
Arrive Kerneraville '. 941 am
Arrive Salem 10. 15 am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
.r2YO ?""u 5. 1 5 a m
arrive terriers vi ie 5 50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00am
VO. 53 Daily.
iave saiem fi.oo nm
"" ACMiersm e H.40 p ,u
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 p m
STATE UNIVEHNITY KilMiOAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,. . .
Arrive Ra elgh,
7.80 a in
8.20 a in
Leave R il-l-b.
Arnve Unlversiry.. .
Arrive Chape- Hi!!.. .
5 1 5 p m
rt 1 5 o m
Polta Sfiepi Cars Without ciaaje
tin Train No. 50. New Vor and A'l miia Wash
liiiion and D,a;hle, ami t tei--:i tire ; bro ari(
On Tiain No. 52. KichsMon 1 hi,-! Cbnil-. t e ai.c
Washii:g'eon and Cb-iriot e ia D.nv, liie.
JThrou?h Tickets n sale at G:eens!x)ro'
tt;iieiL'D. iO!asior(i-. b jiib hv h;i1 Charlo-'tH. and
all principal point.- S'.uHi. Southwest. West. North
and itast. r-. r hmtgrant R.ites to Louisiana, Tex
s. Arkansas ai -J the Soutnwest. adilrens.
. A F. 1 PE.
ier!erl Passvuer Agent
f-'b2- rtlchMond. V.-V.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
Er?" On and af er March 5th, 1882, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta 4 Charlotte Air
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
WESTWARD. Kxpress. Man.
No. 50. No. 52.
Leave Charlotte, il 1 2.40 a m 1 1 .05 a m
Arrive Ga.-tonia, 1 1 .35 a m 12.02 p m
Arrive Spartanburg K " 4.04 a m 2 35 p m
Arrive iireenville, fl 5.32 am 4.09 pm
Arrive Seneca, G 7.1 5 a m 5.54 p m
Arrive Toccoa. F 8.28 a m 7.0 p m
Arrive Itabun Gdp Junction,. 9.32 a m 8.00 p m
Arrive Lula, E 10.18 am 8.43 pm
An ive Gainst- ville 10.51 am 9.15pm
Arrive Atlanta, 1.40 pm 12.05a m
Mali and 1 '
EASTWARD. Express. Mall.
.. No. 51. No. 53.
Leave Atlanta 2.15 pm 5.00 am
Arrive Gamesvil e, 4 54 m 7 41am
Arrive Lula, is - 5 2rt m 8.82 am
Arrive Babun Gap Junction, 6 22pm 9.14 am
Arrtve Toccoa, F. 7.06 p m 10.07 a m
Arrive Seneca, G 8.24 p m 11.21 a m
Arrive Greenville. H. 10 08 p m 1.27 pm
Arrive Spartanburg, K. 11.40 pm y.59pm
. Arrive Gastonla, L 2.08 am 5 11pm
Arrive Charlotte, M 3 15am 6.00 pm
' A' with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P. Raih-oada . -
' B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, .A. &
W. P. and W 4 A. Railroads. '
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E with Northeastern Railroad of fieorda- to nd
;from Athens, Ga
.V tn joerfpn Aif-i,ine to and from Elperton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
' " H with ColnmhiA nnd l4rMnci;k tn onit tmm
'Columbia and Charleston, 8. C.
K with b part an burg and Ashevllle, and Spartan
burg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
14 witn onester and Lienolr Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Chester.
M with C, C. fe A., C. C, R. & D, and A.. T. & 0.
for all points West. North and East
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 daily, w.thout change between Atlanta and
New York. ' a. Pope,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
, T. M. R. Talcott,
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March' "12tb, 18S2.
No! 52. No. 4S.
, ' ' Passeng'r. (Passeng'r.
Leave Charlotte, . 11.30 an
Arrive Rock BH1, '. 12.35 pm ,
Arrive Chester,;. .. 1.28 p m .
Arrive Wlnnboro 2.60 p m
Arrive Celuti.bla,... 4.18pm
Leave Colum bu,. 4. 25 p m ' 5.45 a in
Arrive Lexington 5 1 2 p m 6 37 a m
Arrtve Ridge Spring, 6 25pm 75 am
Arrive, GraxiltevUie, 7.40pm 9.12 am
Arrive Augusta, : &41) p m 9 52 a m
l . Train Train
. No, 18, No. 20,
" ' Freight- Freight
teare Charlotte,.... -.. 540am 5.40pm
Arrive Bock Hul, 8. 03 a m 7 32 pm
tnfve Chester..... 9.50am 903pm
rilve Wifansijoroi 12.55pm li,17pm
Arrive Columbia, 5.05 p. m 21 8 a m
Leavei CpiDmbia,.v,... . '-2.40am
Arrive Leiipgtorv...,...: ,8.40 a-m-
tmve Ridge esprtrg... ...t "547am
rrive Granltevllle t... ... 7.54 a ft)
Arrive Augusta. ... 9.30 am
Train- No. -52, Daily- Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C. R. R. for Char e.ton, and with the C 4
6. JtiR.-forAlston; Newberry, Abbeville, &a At
Augusta, with Central Georgia R. R (or Macon,
Savannah and Florida points. ' '
; Train No. 48, Dally-Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia H. B. and ' Central Georg B. B, for
Ms eoni Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points..
Trains Nos. 18 and, 2Q, local, dallj except Sun
day. - 'I.-.' ..-.. -j
: Trains from the Sonth atrie at Charlotte, pas
lenger, daily, at 5.85 p. tu. Freight," dally except
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. mtT4 45 p. m
; ATLANTIC TENNESSEE OBIO DIVISION.
Train No. 3rliair, .
! '" 'Leave Charlotte,
.8 12 pm
Arrive at Statesvtire. ;
1 ' v n. Leara Btatesvllle. . i.7 00 a m-
1 : Arrive at tnaotta,i
ir . 1 1 .... M I 11 .11
T. ....I i , . , J if
j Tickets sold to ff pcJnts; BOuth.; Southeast and.
Southwest ' and bagBage checked through'. ' JJo
laT-over allowed on locafUckets. ' J A. POPE.:- .
T.'M, u, lAjrcDTT,:" .uerri rassengerJS' ,
;; uenl Manager.-' I; '. ;vv,
w . ..... v. wa, ...... . WW, AW..
added to our Stock a Supply of
Kainitt, or German Potash Silts.
Err" CALL AND SEE US. a
-r HAVE JUST RECEIVED--
A LOT OF
Pill A Si-i
oi.- Can Under, it ,V.-.
We have Just received and offer tr a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decorat'on, 56 pieces, 810.00, worth
EXTRA FINE TEA ETTS, gold, bird aid flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, Sj2. 50,
PORCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, very pee,
t ; 44 pieces, 15. 00.
P0RCELAINE DINNER 8TTS, lVt pless, r
$15.00; decorated, 180 p eeeft, for 535.00.
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior Quality, eomplete
with shades, at $1.00, worth 82
All Other Goods ia Proportion.
BT" WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
J. Brookfield k ft.
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