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f-bll eod 3m
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le maw Machinery
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T WTLT. nffflP tnw aula t nfiKHrt r.iitAw' af Im
1--- wva s.va S7tav UV yuillV VU(At OI VIV
Chesterfield county, B. C, on the 2nd and 8ra
uAiB ot jiax bext, if not sooner sold, a Valua
ble Lot ot Engines and other machinery belonging
w un uuu uuiu mine, uv uro, Viz:
One 40 horse power engine and fixtures: two 12
norse power engines, hoisting attachments and
fixtures; one 10 horse power engine, hoisting at
tachments and fixtures; one 10 stamp battery; one
Dlalnlng machine and edenr Ana nnmn and u t.
tacbments; pne lot piping and connecting rods;
one drag mill. 20 Ama eamabnir hnrri nnri at.
tachments: one lot sheet copper, amalgamating
pan, assaying furnace; one lot chemicals; one lot
wiuuuw nci&uiii iul rope;, one lot machinists'
tools; one tot crucibles, and sundry other articles.
TERMS. All sums under Twenty five Dollars
Cash: all stuns over that amount on three or six
muuuiB uure, u yreiorreu, wun approved security.
marl 7 eod till may 1 Receiver.
tit ftiS? -ffKf
Li 'i j;t-ss i
1 II w
-1 it' jf ?J' mm 7 ' I
THE ONLY mEDICINE
That Acta at tne same tuns en
Am TSS EIDMSYS.
WHY ARE WgESfCK?
R.mu tnt nllrvin thtlt meat OTOCttlt to I
hvmortar Ifartf&rt foroei WjM Wg
that irunuaoe expeuea ncuuj wy.
nn i in' ! isBBMsni
j WILL SURELY CURE. J
S KIDNEY DISEASES, ' , 1 fM
PILES, CONSTIPATION, PRINAKY
.DISEASES, FEXAIJE WEAJWESlla
by cauttngfree adion ihiutfoaks?tm&
rettoring their jxnotr to throw off disease.
Why suffer Bilious pain and aches!
Why tormented, with PUes,'Coiwtlptionl
Why frightened over disordered Kidneys!
Why endure nervous or sick hedchesl
Use KlDXET-WOKTand rejoicetn heatthr
It Is put up In Dry Vegetable Fens, to tin
cans one package of which makes six quarts of
medicine. Also to Liquid Form, very Conoen.
trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it
t-It acts with equal efficiency In either form.
QET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, L
WELLS, UICHAKDSOX ts Co., Prop's;
rwill send the dry post-paid.) RCKLEIOTOH, YT.
March 27 lSs tv
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP i FOB CAfife,
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.'
Tinware & House Furnishing Goods
v.r.'n -hot r?!ii
Particular atteoHon'paid to
t . 8 KIN
fCURES WHEUOX pTBHRiii
jtt yoa4mbt,.eoBne.tosee nw, and, we, wiUI
CUR Y0UI - J
yjnte f or particulars, and a , copy, of the Uttlabopk
HeBaBjtohe Pntotttumte- gggertB-
Ask any prominent Dmggist as to our Standing.
SSTJi?, ISI wf SGff"? to V. chemist
JT . ' "l iw Domes or a. b. 8.
one parttcie of MeroDryioaldaTof fBotmiiSl
any Mineral tubatane.?u t i Ta n JrtTJS'ftS-
owurx SFECTJIO CO.. Props ,
Greensbord JBagle :There never was &
brighter prospect for a good wheat
crop. .- r- . . ' i
Next Monday Federal court begins at
this place Judge Dick on the bench, j
The news from the fruit crop is still
very encouraging. Mr. J.- M. WarcLJ
Mel iBtfflniuM kMiS. T.i
Gosset, from Westminister, gives, the'
same report. ' We do hope there may be:
no frost. There is no estimating the,
value of fruit to the farmer.
Asheville News: A cow belonging toj
Marion West, who lives on Beaver Dam
creek, in Hay wood county, gave birth
to three calves on the 11th inst. They;
Washington Press : It is reported that
a number of cases of small pox are in.
and around Elizabeth City, and that
several deaths have occourred from the:
disease, It was first caught by a negro
prjeacner, wno aiea, aiiq nor, Knowing
Iv ffom that octaioivi ) No xfdubt
the number has been greatly exaggeat
ed,but still no precautions will do no
harm. The matter is in the hands of the
authorities, who will deal properly with
incoming transportation lines.
Durham Recorder: The peach crop
was damaged very little by the recent
fifty thousand seven hundred and
flity dollars worth of stamps were sold
by Mr.'James Dike to our tobacco man
ufacturers from the 1st to the 27th of
Fayetteville Examiner: Mumps have
prevailed in this community for the last
few weeks. 1 The ranks t of the graded
school show' a considerable thinning
out. Two of the teachers, Mr. Hodges
and Miss Matthews, have been suffering
from the disease.
Gastonia Gazette : If seems that Gas
tonia has become headquarters for
thieves and robbers. The first arrest
was made last week and has been kept
up daily until we go to press. Several
houses have., been broken open of late
and circumstances point to Gastonia
denizens for the evil aoers. stealing
cotton, corn, meal, bacon and merch an
dise is almost a daily occurrence, and
several stores have been robbed, besides
the express office. So far, none but ne
crroes have been implicated, and it
seems that nearly every one of them are
Raleieh News and Observer: Mr. Jno.
E. Ray, secretary of the Sunday school
boartl' dresfented -at 'the Convention in
session the following statistics : East of
the Blue Ridge there are 26 associations.
showing 788 cnurcnes, 660 bunaay
schools, 39,233 scholars, 4,780 officers and
teachers, making a total or 45,018 per-
flrfri. J.UiLtaTis has a&e&rted inein-
vttatirt jtol deliver t&e ittuW addrees
before tto$ MratiklinTltray Society, of
me Horner tcrurol, aBXJltoraMay
G reaLaimut.! uesjatiiay arataJbe seen
on the streets. Raleigh supplies a very
large section of country with hay and
meat and farm supplies generally, as
much is sold here in a week as w;is
brought here in six months fifteen years
ago. " '
Silver Valley Mining Company.
We find the following in reference to
the iiilver .YaUey Mining Gomuauy., in
riaxidSOn ounty,in- the Baltimore irn
bHat Friday r - !
The itockholders comprising the op
position to the present management ut
the Silver Valley Mining Company met
vesttiday at ltaines Hall, to take steps
towards having the books of tbe corpor
ation t-xamiued in order to ascertain its
financial condition. Mr. Morrjs Orepa
asf choseri pfeideni and sVyHCarrdll
Secretary.' -A comriTttee? consisting of
Daniel M. Tnomas, liobert. u. iiaii ana
Henry Landstreet were appointed to go
to the office of the company in this city
and demand an examination of the
books by an expert, whom thtf" commit
tee nave tne power to cnoose. i resi
dent Orem read a copy of the charter
of trie company, which has its mines
in Davidson county,, JSorth JJaroiina.
Under thecharter, the stockholders are
nllrtwAd p.lec.t directors annaallv.
This privilege, Mr. Orem stated, had not
been granted in tne last tnree years,
besides neither the president of the
company nor the directors have submit
ted any reports in ma same penou oi
time. Remarks pertinent tothe matter
in issue were made by Messrs. Wm. A.
McKenzie, Daniel M. Thomas, and oth
ers, all of whom lavored. a prompt and
full examination of the accounts. -The
report of an Expert who examined the
. . , f T -
property in JNorxn uaronna January iz,
1882. was submitted to the meeting. It
stated tat the mines were inexhaustible,
while on the surface alone were 20,000
tons of ore, valued at $54.38 a ton. The
puddled ore is worth $100.07 a ton. A
poll of the stock represented at the
meeting jvas takn, whqn it was found
tofcj liwWBtares were Wbf
those present. The meeting adjourned
until to-day, wnen tne result ot tne ex
amination committee's mission will be
The Sheriff of Stokes County with an Ac
complice Killed while Bobbing his
D ANViLLEf "VA- Aorll 1. Infornia
tiqn t has iuAjeeBi received hefetshat
lrib Cariiaashpt ori WkfMi
nlr. tuKila rrtrininor hia nnrnlaarA Ha
left home to be absent some days and
directing his wife not to allow any one
to stay all night, and at tne same time
gave het the safe key, About rrkdne
of -the neighbors&me-tois hoiUSD and
Mrs. Estes having no objection he went
off to a room to spend the night. Af
ter he had retired two men came to the
house and asked leave to stay and Mrs.
Estes objected. They, however, went
in and demanded the safe keys, threat
enlng to kill her if she refused it; she
rate up stairs ana ' mroxmea ner guest
and was told by him to go down, de
liver the key and say nothing of his
presence. The men then proceeded to
rot tne sate ana; wnue unis engaged
Mrs.Estef friendlcame dOWhitnd killed
both of the men. Upon examination it
was found that one of the men was the
sheriff, who bad disguised himself and
tne otner was one oi nis neiguoors,
India Tea. Rowing
Indian tea gnusing has received a
marvelous development in the past ten
years, begining originally under govern
ment subventions, and the Anglo-Indian
Gyrrumne L6 d
by suMptlobto HtrodaeeJte in
Australia. As a result, the exportation
of tea to tbe South Pacific colonies rose
lastyear to 750,000 pounds, against 86,628
the year before. Xhia year the same
agency is to make an effort to put In
dian tea on the American market. As
a large share of our China tea comes not
ty wayef tM Jfaciflc. butthrqugh
Suezri jal, dUncelfivor! Indiin
It fifcBAlitsrffist Itofafferfce IrJ Ne
if its strong, not to say rank, qualities
wui buu; tne ivmerican palate.
, Flowing tresses, form of grace?
No; fine teeth these charms eclipse.
art' rr - -t-flIW0!rEsr: r-rr,,,, -aBrtiti-- jrrzz.
-,... . 'j , ' m 4i yv-l ti'.rt '1 1
In the Court of Queen's Bench Thurs
day judgment .was given against Mr.,
j5raaiangn ror 55pQmthflsurrpTofrjgnti
House of iCommonit rMri Bradlaiiffh-s
,K'uuiiK.Afcis saia us opponents ue
slgn toorce hittr itrtabahkruptcy, so as
-distihgukhed meni in England have pro-
escea against .tne .construction, . or -tne
rlxanneJtunhel on fgrduhdst of nation al
Ex-G:ovl FranKlih0GMoses; 6t whose
swindling operations in New York
iiauou, was vv eunesaay p onuuttieu jor
inai in aeiauit oi Dan. -
It is stated that warrants are out
against , six Tnembers- of- lriiament,
none iof ; whom consequently, will visit
Ireland durin g the . parliamen tary jst-
cfiss. ;: -; ; ;;, .
,4, M. Brooks. United States consul at
t3ork,1jas sent to the Secretary, of State
his resignation 1 of that Office, in-order
td accept-the positioalof editor of -the
riaiit.) Daily, Transcript, j - n
Twa large Bi ftish'stearfiBbibs.iloaded
with Chinese passengers, have sailed
from-Hopg, Kongj ior f victoijia, B. C.
AbpUt fbiir thousand more are expected
this l3eason? all of- whom are' wanted on
railway: wdrkk .y : -.utwi i H . i
'The Kings county cojirt of' Oyer and
-Terminer: grand jury made a present
ment m tne ease pr Mrs. George Barry
Wll, who shot and killed her husband
at New Utnechtj L. I. The jury found
an indictmegalnstn.e accused for
manslaughter in the third degree.
At the conclusion of Judge Reagan's
argument bfif ore-the House committee
on commerce, -54iursday, in favor of
his bill to regulate- interstate com
merce, a resolution was adopted declar
ing it to be the sense of the committee
that Some measure relating to inter
State commerce ought to be reported to
,tjhe House as soon as the river and har
bor Din nas Deen reported.
-. The firm of Liles & Gibsonof New
York-city, has signed a contract to con
struct water works to supply the entire
city (t Havana; Cuba, with water for
$9,20WX)0. The water works '-will be
built on the aqueduct system and plan
ned somewhat af ter the New York
works. The ' Water will be brought
from mountain springs, about six miles
from Havana, to J a Central reservoir,
from whlch.it will'' be distributed over
the city. j
, , Extent and OCpth of Roots.
Prof. 0. W. Atwater in American Agriculturist.
I have often been interested hi noting
the ideas most people have as to how
far and how deep the roots extend. The
majority guess roots of grass and clover
penetrate between nve and ten inches,
and are Surprised to find that they reaeh
several reet. l nave some roots of tim
othy, clover and other plants dug from
a very, heavy clay soil, a good quality of
brick clay, so compact and hard that a
8 harp kniie in cutting it leaves a sur
face 98 smooth and shiny as it would
cut oh the end of a pine board." 1 have
traced tne roots oi tne timoinvtoa
depth of two-feet and four inches and
the clover three jeet and two inches. A
number ot years ago a very intelligent
German farmer named Schubert, made
some very mieresung ouservations
upon the wots of plants as they grow
in tne neia. ah excavation or live or
six feet deep or more was -dug in the
soil, 80 ;as to leave, a vertical wall
gainst mis wan a jet .or water was
played by means of a garden sprinkler;
the earth, was washed stw ay-and the
root of the plants growing thereinjaitl
bare. The roots thus exposed in a field
of rye, in oo of beans and in a bed of
garden peas presented the appearand
of a mat oTteltiir White fibres, extend
ing to "a depth of abouff our feet. Roots
of wheatsown on September 26 and un
covered on the 27th of - April had pene
trated three and a naif reet, and six
weeks later aboat four feet, below the
surface; , In one case, in a light sflDsoil,
roots were found as deep as seven feet
The roots of tbe wheat in April con
tinued 40 per cent, of the whole plan'.
Hon. John btanton Uould, 1 believe it
is, says tnat -ne nas seen the roots of
Indian com extending seven feet down
ward, and Frof Johnson states that
"the foot of maize, which in a rich and
tenacious earth xtend bat two or three
feet, have been .found to a length of tpn
or even fifteen feet in aliebtsahdy
soil." Roots of clover, when growing
in a rich, mellow soil, run laterally and
vertically, rror. stocfeondge "washed
out a root -of common clover, one year
old, growing in .the alluvial sou, near
the Connecticut river, and found that it
descended peraendicwar to tbe depth o
ClUUkl 1CCU UUIC1U .AlO SOJU LKJ
reach a depth of twenty and even thirty
feet. Alderman Mechi, in . England
tells of a neighbor who "dug a:rjarsnip
which measured thirteen feet six inches
in length" was uufortunately bro
ken at tnatneptn
. Shot While Hunting.
StatesTUle Landmark, '.c v
Mr. Julius Sowers, a young man o
this place, while iut hunting last Moh
day af ternooaabout two miles east of
town, treea a raJ?Dirvin .a -nouow log,
After saving seen -rr some time en
gjUtbA In twisting outi bis gun m ead1
wUMjlnfc on. thj. grpuna.'lie took,up
tne: gun.-tne muzzle toward- him, and
began drawing it 'Up, f when it-Was dis
chrarcwl. 'the1 load or saUirrel shotn
taring the right leg," just belo'w -the
knee joint, glancing ana passing around
its passage, cutting the membranes
and'dischargin g- the fluids -of1 the knee
joint. -Dr. Anderson, -who dressed the.
wound, regards it aa. a very serious one
indeed; but has hopes that amputation
will nofcfcave -iD be resorted -.W. 3?he
patient is at present - resting comforta
bly and thns fa? no alaj-mlrigsyrpptms
bayf te.m&l3&m!M& MMt-Jl
. Jl, Woman at the Bpttoni ;of it..
, It seems' tnat a wpm'anYs atthe bot
tsyn pf the ler2egovil:ebellibi. Miss
Alice Hurtly, a beautiful 'iemale of xm
certain ran tecedents, made her appear
ance in 1879 at Sera jevoTthe' , 'capital trf
Bosnli,slri 6mpatfy Wi th J an . ;lixgllsb.
ber td everybody as - bis wife.
She is a didritfutlte creature' but ' ofre
markable beauty. with fine blue eyes
an4iMght,hair, Aut . q,o. Georges Sand.
Her personal charms and enthusiasm
m-oetiait or toe liqsnan cause secured
Wkwfi extraordinary ipntarit; , . and
made her a .conspicuous ngure- In the
revolt against Austrian' 'ruleWhich' She
fojrged with aHtheteSOa'rces ter lbto
rnana,, iKikita, Pxincfif of Montenegro,
is said td be infatuated witber;1 ahdf
sti s apparently destined 'to1 play arl
ftportntrpJe,. ..', " , i
fcffw. ,5'i .I iii j! B CanJpoellStieiet,
:im 1 ' newsjwrieans, x,a
icfe thai yotrr Safe K.idnef fthtf Ller
thing for chronlcliyei' dlfffeurfy
1.ITUK.3 .vRi MgCONitSLfr'
Cure is a good
8wi, M. p.nNew TbirfK :
Flnld is a most voluble dlslnf 1
or small. Qthar contagtons diseases use
Darby ProthjaabtW -iBTtiid eren8- walUng on
bhthefiawor nr'a$tf con
Said a stifff Tefjrom kidney trriubte?, when asked;
to try Kidney-wbrt,m try ft butltwnlbe my last!
dose." The man got weU,Bd Is now recommends
lag the remedy to alL. -K
When derangement of the ' stomach acts upon
the kidneys and liver bringing disease and paliv
Kldney-Wort la the tsm remedy, i It removes the
cause and oures, the disease, Uqtud (very concen
trated) oitdry aet equally efficiently. American
Snblitttelr Sntterb. '
0.-jp'I)tifni'iir4oiMnfi EaseiBwill bft
mailed free to any lady who will send ten cents in
t postage, stamps pr: money to Dr; G. W. Bensoar No.
,iporthERtaw8treet,Balttmoref Md. . , -.
FRESH MINER AL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received,- at
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. A new water re
sembling lhe Imported VIChy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspeptla, aids diges
tion, Is a "powerful tonic and strong
. aiureuc aiso,
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
f' fiASTHfl r.nKfjftWSfl with
CASES ROCK BRIDGE AXUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Bunyadi Janos Waters.
THE (GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY
THE BEST NATtftAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dorr - - h win ?ias full befor? breakfast.
T7ie La,ncct"Uuiij, di Janos. Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that oi all yther Known witters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadi Janos.
The most agreeable, saf jst. and most efficacious
rror. vvrenow, Benin. "lnvariaDir good and
prompt success; most valuable."
tror. Bamberger, Vienna "l nave prescnDea
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Bruntm, M. P., F. R 8., London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prof. Atken. M. n., F. H. 8., Hoyai Military Hos
pital, Netley. . uPreferrtd to Pullna and Fried-
Importing and Msi-eii
North Tryon Su,
DON'T GO TO SARATOGA
When you can get water Inst as fresh and spark
ling as when it Hows frou1. tbe spring hi 6..atoga.
We receive this waier In larjje block tlri re rvoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be 'fiUed
again every week. J H Mc RN,
urnggist ana t iemisi.
Prescriptions jrefully j!ietH.rw1 by expeiiencec
iiid cimpptent drugslsts. tay or nlitbt.
The leading Scientists oj To-day agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
Li vet. If, therefore, the .Kidneys and Livers are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be thetrc
suit TWe truth has only been known a short Ume
nnd for vears rjeoole suffered exeat agony wl hout
bethf able to find relief. The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
ami tn thft treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value, it con
tains just lhe elements necessary to Eourlsh and
n,i.nnfai hnth nf thpsfl irrpat orsans. and safely
restore and keep them in order. It is a POSITIVE-
REMEDY for all the diseases that cause pains in
th inwr Dart of the. body for Torpid Liver-
Headache J aundlce--Dlzzlnes s Grave 1 Fever,
Amis-Malarial Fever, and all difficulties of the
iridnni T.lvftr and Urinary Onzans.
it. r an excellent and safe remedy for females
during Pregnsncy. It will control MenstruaUon
and;-is toyaluaple for Leucorrhoea or. Falling of the
Womh." ' ' '
. as a Blood Purifier it is uneaualled, 1 Ifi cures
IViA nruanq that MAKE the blood.
- This RArandv. which has done such wonders, is
Dut un in the LARGEST SI7J5D BOT1 LE of any
wHr-rrm hnon the market, and is ?old V orugaists.
and all-dealers at $1.25 per bottle. For Diabetes
enquire for WARNER'S-SAFE DIABETES CURE.
It is a iTJorxiv j& ttemeay.
. , . ,iL fl. WARNER & CO.,
jan23' ' Rochester. N. y.
1 j , .
ONE HUi-DbED BARRELS
noiit IiW Flour, .
L,i. 1- t-TiHE JflNEST liiTaE. MARKET:
J-r-ii Ln.i.,: sin . ,
J list. Received A luge tot -of Slret-Cias4.NE
IKcput upin 25lb paokages sulUble for
uahmWdotmtry IewspafiefsT-Atldre8S,'. '
i'Uii-J iff -lut. 'Hl TEBOBSERVEB," 1 I
Tbe folHwlBsr-lelidnlesi axe Cor
rected b y ibe Uailroad Of f tci&U, and
may be llelied on aa Correct :
North Carolina Railroad.
OOiDEUSED SCHEDULES. v
TBAINS GOING SAST.
Datet February 19th, 1882.
" Salisbury. .....
" High Point,....
Arrive Greensboro,. . . .
8-65 a ui
5.51 a m
7.20 a m
tt 60 p 111
8.61 p m
10.44 p m
8.25 a m
1.40 p m
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro . . .6. 00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh 3.04 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro,..8.00 a m
No. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
R. R. for all points North, East and West, via Dan
vllle. At Goidsboro with W. & W K R. for Wil
mington. No. 53 Connects at Sallsrury with W N C R.
R. for all polnw 111 Western North Carolina; dally
at Greensboro with R & p. u R. for a.l points
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WK3T.
Date, February 19th, 1882
Arrive High Point,. ...
Arrive C otte
1 0.20 am
4 10 pm
5 23 p m
8.50 p m
8 06 am
No. 18-Daily except Sunday,
Leave Goidsboro, . . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh P 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2.20 p m
No. FO-Conneets at Charlotte with A. & C. Air
Line for all points In the South and Southwest,
and with C, G. & A. R. R. for all points South aod
No. f2 Connects at Charlotte with A. C Air
Line for all polr.ts South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with C, C. t A. R. tt for all points South and
W. X. C. RAILROAD,
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro ; 9.20 pm
Arrive KernersvlUe 10.86 p m
Arrive Salem 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8 30 a m
Arrive Xernersviile 9 41 a m
Arrive Salem 10.15 am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Arrive Kemersvl le
5.50 a m
7.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily,
Leave Salera fi.OO pm
Arrive Kernersvilie fi.40 p tu
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 p m
XT ATE UIVIVEK8MY It A I I.itOA I.
7.H0 a ra
8.20 a m
10-15 a m
Leave Chaoel Hill..
Leave Rnlt-U:;;, . 1 h
Arrive Urilversitv 5 15
Arrive Chajwi nil! .6 15
Follmau aeem Cans Without Change
On Train No.
New Toik and A'lnrita via Wasb
ile, an.! bt-tecti Gre!aboro and
ngion ana b. n:
On Traiu No.
i Charioi-e a
oi! sale at Greensboro',
.bmy anti Chariot:?, and
Raltiab, Gti -isboro'. Sh
aiid East. K
cints ntii oiuhwest. West, North
r Kniigranl Ratt-s to Louisiana, Tex
it'd the Housbwext. address.
ene?-i Passenger At:etit
On and af er March .). 1 82, the passen
ger train semiv on ih- Atlanta & uhnnotte Air-
i.Ine ulvis.on or tins road will be as follows:
WESTWARD. rxprei-s Mail.
No. 50. No 52.
Ltaive Charlotte, il 12.40 am 1 1.1 5 a m
Arrive Ga'toiitfi. L 1.35 a m 12.02 p m
Arrive Spartanburg K 4.04 a ni 2 35pm
Arrive Greenvii e, ii 5.32 a m 4.09 p m
Arrive Seneca, G 7. 1 5 a 111 5.54 p m
Atrive Toccoa. i 8.28 am 7 0--' p m
Ait ve Rabun G pJinctiou,. tt 32 a m 8.0 p m
Arrive Lula, E 10.18am 8.43 pm
Arrive Gains-vii.e 10.51 a ni tt. 1 5 P m
Ar ri ve Atlanta I 1.40 p m 12.05 a m
EASTWARD. Express. Mall.
No. 5. No. 53.
Leve Atlanta 2.15 pm 5.00 a m
Arrive Gainesvil e, 4 54 m 7 41am
Arrive Lula, K 5.2K ni 8.32 am
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction, fi 22 p m ft.14 a m
Arrive Toccoa, K 7.06 p m 10.07 a m
Arrive Seneca. G 8.24 P m Ii 21 a m
Arrive Greenville. H. . . 10.08 pm 1.27 pm
Arrive Spartanburg, K. 1 1.40 p m 2.59 p m
Arrive Gastonia, L 2.06 am 5 1 1 pm
Arrive Charlotte. M 3 15 a m 6.00 P m
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
w. r aauroaas.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E whh Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G wRh Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C. -
U with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
K with Spartanburg and Asheville, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Asheville, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas ana Chester.
M with C C. & a., C. C, R. & D. and A., T. & O.
for ail points West, North and East.
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 dally, without change between Atlanta and
New ork. A. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R. Taloott,
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Eflect Sunday, March 12th, 1882.
No. 52, No. 48,
Leave Charlotte, 11.90 am
-Arrive. Rock aHUl, 12.35pm
ATive Chester, ... 1 .28 p m
Arrive WInnsboro 2.50 p m . :
Arrive Columbia, 4.1 8 p m
Leave Columbia, 4.25 p m 5.45 a ra
ATrlve Lexington, 5 1 2 p m 6 37 a m
Arrive Rtdge Spring......... 625pm 7.55am
Arrive Granlteville, 7.40 pm 9.12 am
Arrive Augusta, 8.40 p n 952 a m
' Tra'n Train
No. 18, No. 20,
: - . . . Freight. Freight
Leave Charlotte. - 5.40 a m 5-40 p m
Arrive Rock HU1 8.03 am 7 32 pm
Arrive Cheeter 9.50 a m 9 03 p m
Arrive WInnsboro, ; , . . . 12.55 p m 11.17pm
Arrive Columbia,.:... ' 5.U6pm 218am
Leave Colombia. 2:40 & m
Arrive Lexington .., 3.40 a m
AVrAve RWge sfpilDg, . -. . . . . : v. ' 647am
Arrive Granltflville,....j-. ........... 7 64aia
ArVtybAngusa,,." .t-,,. ; , S-qqaS
Train No. ,-52, Daily-Connects at Columbia with
the-e. G R-'Rfor Chirieston, and with the C
G. R. R. tor Alston Newberry, Abbeville, &c At
Augusta with Central Georgia R. R for Macon,
eefannah via Florida points,.
iTraln.No. 48, Cally-VonneBts at Acgastawtth
the Georgia R. R. and Central Georg R. R, for
A$hco!V.- Atlanta. Savannah and FloriUi points.
Trains.NOs. 18 and, 20, oca, daily ftteept Sun
day, . i ,:- ;. ' i i.: -i ,
. Trains rrom the South arrive at Charlotte, pasv
Sengfcr; daily, at ft 36 p". m: Freight; daily except
punoay, at a. rn. ana .4 45 p. m. . :
"ATLANTIA; TENNESSEE 4 OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 63, Daily, , ' " " ' ' " .
:-UY Leave ChariotteA-.i .. .6 00n t& 1
Arrive at -Stateaville, : 8.12 m
I Arrive at ehariotte,..,.;w..;.a.l5 a m
Tickets sold to all points South, Southeast and
SOuttiwesl,' and baggage cheeked
1 av-over auuwvu uu.iwm uukcio. (ui
T: R. Tatoott, . Gen'l Passenger Agent.
crffp ! Y,Gen"lJMan8ger. :, '
LtioWml)idrS.C.,JlarcU 1st, 1882.
I raarii2 .hi.j ,
We Have added to oar Stock a Supply of
fable and Chesapeake.
Kainitt, op German Potash Salts.
ErT" CALL AND SEE US. H
-I HAVE JCST RECEIVED--
A LOT OF
Horn -n i.iM'A AXI) I'fl r, v i SJi.
Tn Onr Can t iiderc ll vi-.
We hve Just received and offer tor a
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts.
Mossrose Decoration, 58 pieces, sfo.OO,
EXTRA FINE TEA ETTS, gbld, bird aid flower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, .8 i 2 50,
PORCELIAN TEA SETTS, plair whtte, yery nice,
44 pieces, 85.00.
PORCELAINE DINNER SETTS, 17 pieces, for
815.00; decorated. 180 p eces, for 835.00.
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior quality, complete
with shades, at $1 00, worth 82 10.
All Other Goods in Proportion.
'BT WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
J. Brooield k Co.
YOO WILL KIND A FULL 8TOCE OF
Chemicals, Toilet Articles
H. IV1. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilsofc KiM" oM stand)
Oomer Ttadt and-tblMB StWet. Charlotte, V.
:.'- feb5-:- '" i'v -' -"'''
f rapping Pape
a per Bags,
oon fl I ds.