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We oan beat any House In the city on
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MetoikirglBts. Assayent and Aaalytical Chemists
(1)M oHdSILVER BEriNEBS,
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comparison to your pecuniary interest
The public has already voted SEIGLE'S GOODS
toe HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED in the
city. Every Novelty of the Season In TBIMM1NGS
Land In NECK WEAR.
All should come and see for themselves. WAB-
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A Never -Failing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
Alter forty years of trial, Perry
Davis Pain Killer stands unrivaled.
It is safe I It acts immediately ! . It
never fails I
Editor of the St. John OT. B.) News, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
It Is the most effectual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of it
lor a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dlsnatch:
We have seen Its magic effects, and know
it to do a gooa arucie.
From I. S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
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is positively emcienc as a neaung remeay
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
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It is a panacea for all bruises and burns.
From B. W. Adams, Saco, Me.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
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W. W. Lnm. Nicholville. N. Y.. eava :
I use your Pad Killer frequently. It
relieves pain and soreness, and heals wounds
J.W. Dee says:
For scalds and barns it has no equaL
PERKY DAVIS' PAIN KIULER is not
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it lias been in constant use ; and those who
have nsea it the longest are us bestjnenas.
Its success is entirely because of its merit.
Since the Pain Killer was first introduced,
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gone, while to-day this medicine is more
extensively used and more highly valued
than ever before. Every family should have
a bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt
application of the Pain Killer. Unlike most
medicines, it imperfectly safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove its value. Tour druggist has it
at xoc, ooc. ana si.uu per Dome.
PERRY DAVI8 & SON, Proprietors,
Provider, R. I.
sept 0 tw sept A oct.
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liar to the appearance and cessation
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torpidity of fUDCtlons, with leucor
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also In melancholia and other men
tal derangements. Afford prompt
relief, to those distressing bearing
down p;d(iS so peculiar to women.
Price $3 per box. Sent free bunall
on receipt of prlca. Dr. Clarke
Medicine Company, New York City.
K Scrofula or any Rlood Disorder.
In either stage, whether primary,
aecondarr or tertiary, are an Invalu
able remedy. They never fall to
cure when directions are followed.
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THE OLD NORTH STATE.
A New Havener's Experiences in North
New Haven, Conn., Beglstef.
MUBPHY, CHfcBOKEE COUNTY, I
N. March 21st, 1882. f
The county of which this town is the
capital is the wedge North Carolina has
driven in between South Carolina,
Georgia and Tennessee. It 'is county
of hills and valleys, on the top of a
mountain range, watered by innumera
ble clear brooks, by creeks, and by riv
ers, of which the Hiawassa, a tributary
of the Tennessee, is the largest and
most important. Many roads lead into
it, but at this season the easiest and
best is from Clarksville, Georgia, the
present terminus of the road that is
under construction with' Knoxviller
Tenn., as its objective point No one,
unless compelled by necessity, will
come into this country between Decem
ber and April, until a railroad reaches
it, for the orr!3tejJfec
that makesJ6irneying anything but a
pastime. When the -rainy season is
over and the mud holes are dry I can
conceive of no more delightful coun
try in which to make a tour on horse
back, by vehicle, or afoot, in any month
from May to November, It is,About 60
miles from Clarksville to Murphy, at
this season a two day s journey, if you
have a good team and a driver used to
the roads. Soon after crossing the So
quee, a beautiful stream that flows
through the valleys of Habersham
county, the traveler begins to ascend
and for miles his road winds in and out
among the spurs and knobs of the Blue
Ridge, until it enters into the Nacoche
valley, one of the most lovely and fer
tile districts of northern Georgia. This
valley is some seven miles in length by
about two in breadth at the center. In
it are many large and handsome farm
houses in the midst of extensive lawns,
adorned with shrubbery, summer
houses, flower beds, and, in one case, at
least, with fountains, and small cas
cades. These homes are generally on
the slope of a ridge overlooking the
rich bottom lands, which this spring
are checked ; with fields of win
ter wheat that add greatly to the beauty
of the landscape. Everywhere men
were ploughing, preparatory to planting
corn, which is one of tire staple crops
of this rich valley. Leaving it you
cross the Chattahoochee by a bridge
and soon begin to climb the Blue Ridge
mountain, over a road much superior
to that which lies between the valley
and Clarksville. Before the summit is
reached you ford the Chattahoochee
river fifteen times. At first it is abroad
stream with a strong current, and so
deep .that the water comts into your
buggy, but it narrows at each succeed
ing passage until at the last it is a small
spring by tbe road side where you stop
for a good drink before parting with it.
Crossing the summit you. encounter
within a hundred yards another spring,
which is the source of the Hiawassa,
that cuts a path among the mountain?,
empties into the Tennessee, and so, by
way of that river and the Mississippi,
empties at last into the Gulf of Mexico.
Standing on the summit you niay see
both springs, each within musket shot,
and realize that you are on one of the
great divides. One cannot travel over
the road to this point without being
impressed with the vast forest resources
of the section. Hickory, poplar, birch,
beech, oak, dog wood, persimmon, maple,
nemlock and pine trees abound, many
of them of gigantic size. I saw poplars
in those woods that were at least thirty
inches in diameter, whose trunks ran
up sixty feet or more without a branch,
and pines that were at least their equals.
The undergrowth consisted of laurels,
rhododendrons, sassafras, and many
another shrub. This region is too far
trom railroad communication to make
the timber of any present value, conse
quently it will remain for years to come
a vast forest preserve to be drawn upon
when other woodlands are exhausted
nd necessity compels the construction
of a road into its midst.
Just here it may be said that the tim
ber of Cherokee county is of the same
excellence and variety, and equally
abundant at present,, but the rapidity
with' which the Marietta and North
Georgia rnad is coming to it will soon
put this timber into market. There are
however several hundred square miles
of it that this road will open up, so
there is no immediate danger of a
scarcity of good timber.
From the summit of the Bin Ridge
to the village of Hiawassa you pass
through a heavily timbered country in
terspersed with fertile valleys dotted
with log cabins ana occasional frame
houses. Small bands of sheep and cat
tle are feeding in their Vicinity, but as
a rule the stock has a poor look.
There as in North Carolina, one is
agreeably surprised at the aggregate
area of wheat sown last fall, all of
which has a thrifty ad promising look.
As you near Hiawassa the evidences of
careful cultivation increase, and the
farm houses and outbuildings are lar
ger and more comfortable every way.
The village does not amount to much
although it is the capital of Towns
county and has a good brick court
house in which court is held twice a
year, and its periodical sessions are oc
casions of especial interest to the peo
ple for mile around.
Five miles from the village we met
farmers mounted on mules or horses,
who had been up spending the day, and
who would go again daily while ses
sions lasted; ana we continued to meet
them in groups of three or four until
we reached the village.
At the hospitable house of Mr. Mc
Connell, where travellers are entertain
ed, we found the judge and lawyers re
freshing themselves after the fatigues
of the day, and sat down to the most
bountiful and best cooked meal we
have seen in Northern Georgia. Our
host was a character in his way a tall,
broad-shouldered, genial man, mer
chant land owner, mine owner, farmer
and expefting-to-be lumberman, having
bought a steam saw mill which, he
looked for daily,
Ater tea he entertained us with an
account of his experiences. He came
out of the war with nothing except
land and a large family. His town had
been plundered bv both armies and
stripped of everything. ' He managed
to fit up an old saw mill, and by work
ing early and late for a year, ho' saved
$750, with which he bought a stock of
goods and began merchandizing. Then
he bought young mules, reared them,
and turned them into money,
Whatever he thought ha ftouki ban
die to advantage he took hold of and
generally succeded. His boys and girls
were chips of the old block and helped.
They have now left the parent nest
with the exception of the two youngest,
and have homes of their own. i
One may travel many miles before he
Anin annthM" more companionable or
more energetic man than mine, host of.
mawas8a. jsl grana uHii rXaJt
fast for two tnenj lodgingsi f or oth,
with food and shelter for the horse, cost
but fti.so andf Mr; ConneU ,ws afraid
fAA mnMi. hnt he 18 ' &-XQOttXIJ
taineer, and in that tespecthe Is ; like;
mostoi tne jarmers uviug m
Kiortn uarpiina. liiveme this moun
tain section for true kindliness and hos
pitality among all the people, -From
Hiawassa to Murphy is twenty-
four miles, most of the way through a
heavily timbered country, the soil of
which is, as a 'role, very strong, and in
the valleys exceedingly jtich. It is
strange to a New Englander to fmd
nimseir on me cop ox a mountain every
foot of which can be devoted to some
form of agriculture. 1 have yet to see
a spot in this county that could not
with a tithe or the labor and care our
home farmers give their land be con
verted into splendid pastures for sheep
and cattle, or else into wheat, com and
grass lands, a year hence a railroad
will be finished from this place to Ma
rietta on the Western and Atlantic
oad. Within two years another will
pass through- it from Asheville that
will give it connections with Tennessee
and with tbe Piedmont Air-Line. The
grade of the first is, completed at this
end, except where culverts are to be
built. . JJt JfcejnthEn tend Jtbecars
running from Marietta ' to Jasper;
and a large force of workmen are put-
4.1 J i.! - j i m 9i - a.
uug uown ties ana iaiis. xnis is ine
road in which the proprietors of the
Boston Herald own a controlling inter
est. The timber, mineral and agricul
tural wealth of the country on its line
are very great and will furnish it with
a freight that will make it very profit
able investment. If any of the Regis
ter's readers wish to get a splendid piece
of farming land covered with' valuable
timber near the line of railroad, at a
cost not exceeding eight dollars an acre,
now is the time to do it. A year hence,
when the road is completed, the same
property will cost twice or three times
as much and will be worth it. The man
in this county who can give them in
formation, and whose name is a syno
nym for honesty and good judgment is
Professor William Beal. He will be
happy to answer all letters of inquiry.
His postofnee address is Murphy, N. C.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
There are 269 churches in Brooklyn
of which 189 are built of either brick or
The cost of barb wire fences built in
the United States in 1881 is estimated
at 810,000,000'. . '
R'is-U bus 24,746 nobles with an aver
age incoiue of $19,000; 123,000 mer
chants with a yearly income of $1,500
each; and 16,254,000 peasants with an
annual average of $180. Would rather
be a noble, and with a noble stand.
In the month of Februaiy there were
88 railroad accidents in tbe United
States, killing 23 persons and injuring
09. Three-fourths of the whole num
ber f casualties were among employes
of the railroads, only six of the killed
and 17 of the injured being passengers
Commodore Vanderbilt's widow will
be nvtrried atthe end of Lent to Dr. Na
than Bizc man, a surgeon of some rep
utation in New York, and the manager
of one of the laree charitv hosnitala.
It is announced that Mr. William Van
derbilt is not pleased with the niarraige.
M. de Freycinet says "nations do
not live by politics, but by business."
inis is very true, ana it would have
paid us better if Mr. Blaiue had directed
more attention to commercial treaties
with South America, and less to a grand
conference of North and South Ameri
In some parts of Manitoba specula
tion is wild. It is said to be quite com
mon for a settler to sell his farm at
from $5,000 to $i0,000-$25 cash, bal
ance in twenty to thirty days. The cal
culation of the purchaser is that within
the time specified he may dispose of tbe
land at an advance; if not he only loses
Since the commencement of the oper
ation of the Sunday closing (Ireland)
act, in October, 1878, there has been a
decrease in the Irisfi drink bill of 3,
000,000, and 22,00o fewer cases of drunk
enness summarily dealt with by the
police magistrates. Great unanimity is
said to exist among the Irish people re
garding temperance legislation.
It is said that one of those distressed
Irish ladies who had received no rent
for two years, and who was living in
Kingston in the deepest poverty, was
visitedone day by one of her farmers'
wives, who called on her professedly to
bring her a basket of eggs. Great was
the surprise of the distressed proprietor
on opening one of the eggs laid at the
bottom of the basket to find that it con
tained a roll of bank notes.
Mr. Longfellow was a small man
physically and this recalls tbe fact that
many of the greatest writers have been
little men. One of tbe great poets of
Athens was so small that his friends
fastened lead to his sandals to prevent
his being toppled over or blown "away.
Pope was so small and crooked as to be
compared to an interrogation point
Moore, the Irish poet, was so small that
George IV once threatened to clap him
into a wine cooler. '
Ex-Gov. Stanford, of California, says
that ultimately the entire output of
California grain for Europe and the
Atlantic coast will go over the South
ern Pacific Railroad. Ship3 which will
take the grain from" New Orleans to
Europe will be fitted to carry back emi
grants to New Orleans at very low
rates. He says that the popular table
wines of California are better than the
ordinary poor stuff of France, Germany
The Mobile Register speaks in hope
ful terms of the progress of education
in Alabama. Last year the total amount
expended for education was nearly
$500,000, and the total number of chil
dren enrolled in the schools was 176,289i
of whom 107,338 were white, and 68,99)
A Big Wojff in Small Paragraphs.
8p LouU PosUDispatcn.
Two vftara asro Jav Gould cared
nothing for Missouri.
Now he cotrois v iuu,uuu,uoo or corpo
ration capital and 40,000 employes in
The real head of seven railroads, the
telegraph monoply, iron interests, river
transportation, elevators, etc -
He is able to elect Missouri legisla
tors, make . our laws and control the
to .Away. '
Odessa, April i A person who es
caped was the actual assassin of Gen.
Strelinkoff. ' ' '" . ; ;.
Women that have been siren up by their dearest
friends as beyond help, hare been permanently
cored by the use of Lydla X. Plnkham'$ Vegetable
Cornpound. It is a positive eon for an female
complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydla X. Plnkham, 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. ;
m ' ' -' , ': . ,.
C-.. . . - AGAltp. r-.y . -. O.
To aH who are aolIeTmg from the errors and in
discretion of youth, nervous weak? ess. early decay
oss of manhood, dee., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, F&JUC of CHARQE. Thli great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In Joutti America.
Bend a self-addressed envelope to the Bxr,
JOSEPH T. tNMAK, Station New Yak Otyv
State Treasury Department Decision.
Balelgh Mews and Observer.
The Treasury Department has decid
ed that the revenue law does not recog
nize "itinerant auctioneers." Auction
eers are appointed by the commission
ers of each county, and are required to
execute a bond. .Persons traveling
from eounty to county and selling goods
undQrthe pretended claim that they
are "auctioneers," should be required to
pay tne peddlers tax.
New, quick, complete cure 4 days, urinary affec
tions, smarting, frequent or difficult urination, and
naney diseases. $1 at druggists. Depot, 1. H.
ALCiaen, unanoae, J. u
Nervous Irritability, Sciatica and all painful Nerv
ous Diseases. A treatise by a well known physi
cian, a specialist on these subjects, concludes as
follows: "Neuralgia Is one of tbe most painful of
diseases, and is attended with more or less nerv
ous irritation. tclaUea is also a form of neuralgia,
and all painful nervous dtseases come under that
name, Neuralgia means nerve ache, and there
fore you can suffer with neuralgia In aBy pan of
the body, as the nerves are sapplled to every part.
I have for many years closely studied the cause
of neuralgia, and tbe nature of the nervous sys
tem, with the many diseases that It Is sublactto.
ana have found b actual experience thai me true
and primary cause, ot n- uraigia is poveuy oi ihe
nt;ivous fluid It bt comes Impoverished tad i.our.
arid in some caes 'starved, not because thj patient
does not eat, but bfcaue what Is eaten is not ap-
croDitated to tne nervous s;tem: there are man?
causes for thl but Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and
Chamomile Pills have In my bands proved a cer-
fect remedy for this condition mid these diseases.
bold by an druggists. Price 60 cents a box De
pot, 100 North Kutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mail, two boxes' for $1 or six boxes tor 2 SO. to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Oure
ECZEMA, TETTERS HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH 8CALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR ANO SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER 8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINCSonaUpartaof the
body. It makes the skin white, soft and smooth;
rem area tan and freokiee, and Is the BEST toilet
dressing In THE WOULD. Elegantly pnt up, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first class druggists have it. Price SI. per package.
CHAt. N CRITTETON, 115 Fulton street.
New York City, soie agent foi Dr. C. W Bensoa's
remedlt s, to whem all oroes should be ad
MRS. LYD1A E. PIHKHAM, OF LYfiN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
; Is a Positive Cure
for all tlase Palnrul Complaints aad WMhlNM
ft common t0urbet feaatvpopnlativn.
It will cur entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, ail ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloera
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Bplnal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted te the
Changs of Ufa,
It will dissolve and expel Jtnmors from the ntenu la
aa early stage of development. The tendency to oan
eerous humors there is checked very speedily by Us use.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
(or stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration, .
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression sad Indf.
That reeling of bearing down, earning pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently ensad by Its us.
It wm at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
Tor the oure of Kidney Complaints ot either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA. E. riNKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POUND Is prepared at 33 and t35 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price ft Sfx bottles for 16. Bent by mall
In the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, tl per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Htntion this Paper.
Jfo family should be without LTDIA B. PlNKHAJPfl
LIVER PILLS. -They cur constipation,
and torpidity of the liver. SS cents per hex.
Bold by all I)ruga-Uta. -
tat a iaaartei of ;a eentarv-ror morevHostetter's
Stomach Bitters has been the reigning specific for
indigestion, dysnensia. fever ana airne. a loss- of
physical stamina, liver eomplsint and. other ns
arders. and has been most -emnfeatleaUy tadoned
yoj meaicai men as a neaua ana Btrengin resiors-
uye. it opunteraaB a tenaener to premature ue
eayand sustains and -comforts thaagedand trt-
FOB SALE BY ALL DBUGGI3TS AND DIALI2S
aprl . ' '
Ira'' . CELEBRATED
J ' I j
"8ARAH BARNHARDT" KIDS, at 81,50
FINE HOOK LOCK KIDS, at $125
A Job Lot of KID, at , 25c and 35c
fllooj BLACK BUNTING, at 12c and 15o
An Excellent Quality of 4-4 BLEACHING, at 10c-
It will pay you to
Black Dress Goods, Watered Silks, Cretonnes,
LACE CURTAINS, CLOTHING, GENTS STRAW ttnd.STI FF II ATS
and In fact you will save money by examining our stock before purchaslat
pE V ITTS" LADIES' SHOES,
"TURNER'S" GENTS' SHOES.
a. 'SSI M
mi in ur y
Eijht of the Leading! Make s
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instruments in Stock.
PLiNTT OF MONEY ON ODB LEFTi
PLENTY TO EAT OX OUR RlCftfT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Pot Ten Dollar Gold Pirccs on Fvery Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw in a Honse g Lot or a Railroad,
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C
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IL. ElEiWiMSIEI & iEQ.
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"TOB our stock is now complete. We call especial attention to the 6ABHKNTS UANUFACTURXD
JO IN OUE OWN HODS. We are Justified in asaQtlng, and not exaggerate, that the long epe
rlence and standing of our House, Is a full guarantee That OTTHrsl rfTr .rSTTtyTTvrra.
la THB MpsJT BELIABLB SOLD In this Market.
study the demands of our patrons, and Insure them
lotsinoraerio iniroauce ,iiOw rncea uooas, due
made up in such a style as Is worn in fashionable
Beieennf our stock Dy gomg eany in me jnarxei, or wmcn privilege the Late Purchaser Is debarred.
Our stock of Boya' a.c3L 01xllc2xeza.,,a Olotlilzie is as fine as
always. The latest styles in
HATS, ALL COLORS.
mm mmmmsm mm,
' !? FINEST IH THE CITT. '
T H E YORK T OWN 9 C A R F,
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exitmsLd us Order iM
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BUNTING LINING, all colors, at lfo
8UMMKB SILKS, from 50c to SL25
MOIBK 8ATIN3, all colors, $1 00
8ATIN eUBAHS, at 75e and 81.00
TUCKING, at 60c to $1.00
The Best GOBSXT ever offered, at $1.00
Our Stock of PARASOLS is large and handsome.
examine our stock of
& Willielm .
FroatFotward to the Beat
McSmith Mnsic Honse,
-1 litilbutlng Depot for the Carollnas
KRANICK fc BACH,
MAT HU SEEK,
Son hein (km Pianov.
We Beat That all to Pieces,
tST CALL AND 8KB ME. -Mi
fill Guarantee 10 per cent, on all Moneys Invested.
Voi Particulars call on or write to
We mate np first clans uarments, and always
absolute BOTTOM PBICES. We do not buy job
invariably offer tbe public such LOTHIM and
circles in Northern cities, We had the choice of
Berwanger & Bro.
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