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ho delay In doing work.
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tive. It counteracts a tendnncy to premature de
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If used according to directions, they wlil work
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sity as heretofore, of preparing walls to stop iholr
suction, (except In extreme cases,) Is overcome.
They will save the waste of materials and loss
of time common with the old mode of mixing to
produce desirable tints, etc
They will keep for years, without change in ol
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able preparations for the purpose In the market.
A full assortment of ft BUBWKLL3
apr5 Drug store.
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i i. Andrews;
AT WHITE FROXT.
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who will find on analysis of 100 bottles of 8. S. S.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any mineral suostance.
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ftesisttuiiy. c m! KrKtiiDlSE,
' Under Traders': National Bankl .
8KIN feJN 8 od tr1
is as rjfggj p gj
A Fenian of some note, whose fiaine
is not i?lveri, has made bis escape from
uThto Wlblin tofiee-nSreade
tensive seizure of arms, and have ar
Reports concerning the state of Prince
Bismarck's health are unfavorable; His
f physicians'recornmend along ret. ,
tjousiueraum eiuiteuieut prevaus m
Cohoes, N. Y., over a notice of 10 per
cent, reduction in wages posted yester
day in the Harmony mills. The reduc
tion affects 5,000 persons.
The experiment of a co-operative gr
eery store, which was started in Nev?
York nearfy a year aeo by a number of
well-known citizens, has failed, and the
sioreas ueing cioseu. up.
-: The Oregon Democratic; $tat6 Con
vention, which met at' Portlahd Thursr
day, nominated Joseph S. Smith for
Governor and William D. Fenton for:
Arabi Bey, Egyptian minister of war,
has published a letter denying, for him
self and for the army,, any desire to re
store the regime of Ismail Pafsha. The
financial agent of Ismaii Pasha, the ex-
Khedive, has been requested to quit
Matthew Kinsella, who was charged.
with the murder or Peter Andrews, in
Tighe street, Dublin, on the night of
the 19th of March, "was to-day found
cuiltv of manslaughter. The crown
counsel in his argument maintained
that the prisoner committed a deliber
ate murder at the instigation of a se
cret society. ,
The steamship Parisian, which sailed
yesterday from Liverpool for Boston,
via Halifax, took out "1.000 Dassenarers.
most of whom are capitalists, bound for
Manitoba. The pressure of emigration
is so great that an additional ship of the
Allan line, the JSestorian, sails to-day
The St. Louis police have arrested a
man whom they suppose to be "Old
Man Bender." He was pointed out by
Herman H. Green, who was formerly
a soldier in the Sixth United States
Cavalry. He says when his eoTnpany
was stationed near Osage, Kansas, Ben
der often came to the camp to sell vege
tables, and he has no doubt as to his
One of the young women employed
as a weaver in the Aramingo cotton
mills at Frankford, near Philadelphia,
took a small snake to work with her
yesterday, and after frightening seve
ral of her companions threw the reptile
upon a girl named Welsh. The latter
was so affrighted that she fell down in
convulsions, and up to yesterday nmrn
ing has not regained consciousness.
A train on the Canadian Pacific Rail
way in Manitoba, with 800 emigrants, is
frozen in three miles from the nearest
source of supply. Provisions are being
carried to it by a relief train. It will
be three or four days before the train
can be got out. A barrel of biscuit and.
one cheese were discovered on board
and were distributed to the hungry pas
sengers. There is no danger of starva
tion, but fuel and lights may give out
The father of Dr. Lamson has written
a long letter to the Times maintaining
that the question of his son's insanity is
not a new one, nor was it hrst raised
after the trial, nor in America through
prompting from England. The case, he
says, was greatly prejudiced by Dr.
Lamson's acts, showing as they did
severe monetary pressure. He expresses
regret that the plea of insanity was put
aside by the managers or the defense,
A North Carolina Company in the War
Capt. Jas. A. Graham, of Alamance,
has presented to the North Carolina
Historical Society the original muster
roll, morning reports, &c, of Capt. Jas.
Graham's company of the 5th N. C. de
tached militia, in service at Norfolk,
Va., in 1814-'15. The following is a list
of commissioned officers:
James Graham, Captain.
Edward Moore, 1st. Lieut.
Absalom Harvey, 2nd Lieut.'
Geo. A. Mebane, 3rd Lieut.
James Wilson, Ensign.
There were 86 privates, rank and file,
including drummer and fifer 102
strong. Col. R. Atkinson commanded
An inspection of the reports gives a
saddening feeling on account of the
great amount of sickness in the com
pany. The number of those on the sick
list was during the latter parfrof Teb
rnary, 1815, twice as large as the num
ber of those fit for duty. On one day
63 sick, 27 fit for duty.
The members of the company were
discharged Feb. 22, 1815, at Norfolk.
On that day 13. were reported "absent
Capt. James Graham was the son of
Gen. Joseph Graham, of Revolutionary
fame. He graduated at the University
of North Carolina in 1814, in Governor
Manly's class, and' served for, many
years as member of Congress from the
Monntain District. He was a law yer
until the latter part of his life, when
he became a farmer. He died in 1851.
He was eleven years older than his
I more distinguished brother. Gov. Wil
liam A. Graham. Me resiaea in Lin
Kemp P. Battle,
Pres'dfc N. a Historical Society.
Guiteau and Scorille.
I want you to understand, Scoville,"
said Guiteau, "that I don't want my
sentence commuted to sentence for life.
If Arthur can't give me a free, full par
don, I don't want any favors from him.
I don't want any more interference in
this matter. When I want a pardon, I
shall send 'word to the President, and
at the same time present him with a
copy of the new edition of my book;
that will fix it." He then asked if any
thing definite had been learned regard
ing the intentions of Gen. Butler or
Messrs. Merrick and Cook. When told
that it was doubtful if either could at
tend to his case, he said that it did not
matter much, and that he would sooner
attend to his own affairs. Then in a
generous spirit he called Mr. Scoville
aside, and, placing one hundred and
twenty-five dollars in his hand, said::
"Here is part of the money that I re
ceived from the sale of my old clothea;
You have been pretty kind to me after
all, and I guess you need some money."
. , , . The Onslow Railroad. n.f
Newbem Journal, ti" .'-' i" !
The proposition of Mr. Best, of the
Midland Railroad, to the people of
Jones county will scarcely prove ac
ceptable to them, we think. A railroad
through that county would be of con
siderable benefit to the people, but
would it benefit them to the amount of
50,000 is another and more serious
question. The lower part of Jones has
already very fair commercial facilities
through the medium of Trent river,
and, as the county is small, its real and
Eersonal property listing on the tax
ooks only, about 6800,000, it i a matter
of , grave doubt i whether fair peoDle
fid afford tDetaxedsoteaviiy for
Lydla E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound la a
remarkable remedy for all those painful earn
plaints and weaknesses so common to em best
female pom'iatloa. iSentf to, Mrs. Lydla X. Plnk
bam.28tf ntatera AferiueV Lynti, Mass., for
air. Shipherd Difejasaing; the Moralities
ol the Case-A Flint at wusBUari&P
ligairJ bdf drr th0 cSrhmitteft mi
oreigk:airs tti-4ayratj4 r4cd npth-
er qapwjr q( ine ' lespmcrny aken .by
tae comnriciee in Vv irerurjaii investi
gation. u Althonffh-ftfs exarnJrfktinn th-
day 1 was ' not . devoid;"6f ; interest it
uruugQi, ouc . no essential laprs: Mr,
shipherd. was- Permitted toreadlalbng
statement, wmctt wast' ratner in tneTiai
ttrre of a personal-''Vindication than a
discidsure of matters; material to the
inquiry. He seemed greatly concerned
about the ' delieacy of his' position in
view of the reeent'dath of Gen. Hurl-
but, whose good offices besought to se-
. ' " 1 1 1 - . I TP, .
cure in yenau or me; r-eruvian compa
ny ; but after dealing with the senti
mental features1 of the' case he reitera
ted his opinion ' as to the venality of
Gen. Hurlbut, and said:1 The convic
tion forced upon me and stamped deep
ly upon my mind;was that Gen. Hurl
but was not merely. a purchasable man,
but a man Who in certain circumstances
I mean in precisely the circumstances
m wnicn I was forced to deal with him
would insist upon being purchased.
That is what I mean, and that" is what
moved me, and all that moved me, to
write the letter which I did write ; or
upon being so placed that he could "help
himself ; and that, until he was so pur
chased or so placed, he would plav dog
in the manger ad libitum!'
Mr. Shipherd threw out a threat,
which he seemed to intend for some
person still . living. ; "If this investiga
tion," said heVshallburt anybody, that
hurt will only come from the disclosure
of some man's record who has been so
unhappy as to make for himself a bad
record. No man will beinjured by any
attack of mine. I see no choice but to
proceed then as though the dead were
still living and the living were dead ; as
though the names of men were but al
gebraic symbols and we were dealing
with the abstractions of pure mathe
matics. And as nearly as may be I
shall proceed to the end."
Referring to his letter to Gen, Hurl
but, which has been interpreted a an
attempt to bribe him, Mr. Shipherd said:
"I do not mean to suggest or to infer
that Gen. Hurlbut was not, as a matter
of fact, the purest man in the world. I
may have been utterly misled as to his
character. 1 only protest under the
solemnity of an oath, and in the pres
ence of the God before whom that man
now stands, that no motive ever in
fluenced me in connection with that
letter except the motive of pure self
defense against a man who I believed
held the key to the situation which
wonld control all my interests, and who
must somehow be placated, or I should
not succeed in getting anythinglike jus
tice. Not only had I the best of reasons
for so believing in advance, but I have
no choice now but to add that all my
subsequent experience with that man
conhrmeu this beiier. lie never pur
chased, and he never was placed so that
he could help himself, and he did noth
ing with reference to this great interest
but to hinder it, misrepresent it, and
libel it in season and out ot season, as
lus whole record will show. And in
this course he had at every step the con
stant, cordial and effective co-operation
of his colleague, the late Secretary of
btate. with'a modiucation of conditions
which will appear in due course,
View that Assistant Postmaster
General Ilalton Tak. s of It,
Assistant Postmaster-General Hatton
has written to the postmaster at Cin
cinnati in reply to a question touching
the eligibility of postal clerks and other
employes to local municipal offices. The
sections of the postal regulations re-.
f erred to is the order of President Grant
forbidding the holding of such positions
by Federal officers and the civil service
order ot President Hayes relative to the
participation ot i ederal officers in cam
paign and other political work. The
letter states that postal employes are
eligible to municipal or any other offices
that do not interfere with the pioper
discharge ot their duties to the postal
service. In regard to participation in
political campaigns the letter says:
The fact that citizens are deemed wor
thy and competent to fill public sta
tions should not, in my judgment, de
prive them ot any ot their rights as
citizens, so long as they do not neglect
the duties entrusted to them. I believe
it the right of every man to use his best
efforts to promote, by all proper means,
the success of all public and political
measures that will, in his judgment, be
beneficial to his country. On this sub
ject he quotes from the letter of Gen
eral Arthur accepting the nomination
tendered him by the Republican Con
vention at Chicago. His language is
peculiarly applicable to the inquiry. He
savs: "I will add that by the acceptance
of public office, whether high or low,
one does not, in my judgment, escape
anv of his responsibilities as a citizen
or impair any of his rights as a citizen,
and that he should enjoy absolute lib
erty to think and speak and act in po
litical matters according to his own
will and conscience; provided only that
he be honorable, and truthfully and
fully discharges all his official duties
within the limit indicated. A public
officer is a freeman, socially and politi
cally, with a man's rights and responsi
The immaTate question from the
Cincinnati postmaster was whether one
of his clerks could, serve as an aider
man. Mr. Hatton answered that he
could under the conditions here set
A Remarkable Memory.
Beid8v0Ie Times. -
Mr. T. W. Hopkins, of this county, is
a gentleman of most remarkable mem
ory. The company roll of company E,
45th regimentj"which we published in
a late issue was his work, all done from
memory, anil not a date wrong, as well
as the names of all wounded, captured
or killed, a most exact nistory of the
company and all given from memory,
Frequently in conversation he will say
4,To-day 20 years ago I did so and so,
and once walking rwitfi a friend through
the woods he remarked that right there
on such a . day and such a month, twelve
years ago, he killed a wild turkey, and
showed the stump where he rested the
gun between the forks. In conversa
tion "the ! other day he said that day
twenty-one years ago he -joined (japt
Boyd's company right on the spot that
Dr. Court's house now stands, that he
was sitting on an old chestnut stump at
the time. Mr. Bob Williams said it
struck him it was an oak stump, put no,
aid Mr. Hopkins, it was a chestnut
stump, he was sppe pf it. Such memo
ries aVe rarely found. '
.- - .
Raleigh Hews and Observer.
The news of the crops, which comes
in from all parts of the county, is very
encouraging indeed. The farmers are
certainly hard at work. The estimates
seem to be that the area planted in cot
ton will this year be in Wake from a
fourth to a third less than last year.
But it is noticed that the third or fourth
lost is made up in, another and impor
tant way, that is that much more corn
will be planted. The area in wheat
and pats jEs'riow said to be larger!, than
at any tima since the war. The weather
since farm operations ; began has been
all the most exacting farmer could wish,
and bow every one is busy, top busy to
come to towru i The ground is breaking
beautifully, remarked a granger yester
day,,aB'iXbe4 went pQ to say further that
the crop prospects were actually so good
that not a man could by any chance
grumble at them. '
3 "e TwiTTTMiTT"
The only known Speclfio Bemedy for Epl'.eptlc Fits.
HnrAa 1CMToTH 1?tfa Or.aaa pAr,n,.lQAV,n Cf
Vitus Dance. Vertigo. Hlsterlcs, Insanity, Apoplexy.
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all Nerv-
V4nn nH Ml 1 J . .... , . ... . . .
uua .viscoses, j. ins miaiiioie remedy will positive
ly eradicate every species of Nervous Derange
ment, and driva thnm nwav frnm whAnnA thnv
came, never to return again. It utterly destroys
me germs ot disease Dy neutralizing the hereditary
taint or poison In the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu-,
corrhoea or Whites. Painful Menstruation, Ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Heat, (iravel, Inflam
mation Otthe Bladder. Irritability of the Blaridpir.
For Wakefulness at night, there Is .no better
remedy. During the change of life no Female
should be without it. It quiets the Nervous system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism. Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by far
the worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drags. The drunkard drinks liquor not
because he likes It, but for the pleasure of drink
ing and treating bis friends, little thinking that he
Is on his road to ruin. . Like the Opium Kater, he
first uses the drug in small quantities as a harmless
antidote, xne soothing influence of the drug
takes strong hold upon its victim, leading him on
to his own destruction. The habits -of Opium
Eating and Liquor Drinking are precisely what
eaUng Is to alimenttveneos, as over eating first In
flames the stomach, which redoubles its cravings
untn It paralyzes both the stomach and appeUte.
8o every drink of liquor or dose of opium, instead
of satisfying, only Hrtd to its fierce fires, until it
consumes 1 he vital force and t ben It e!f. Llkeihe
glu ton ;us U:e worm. it cries fchve. give, give!"
t-ut re, er enough until i;s own rapacity devours
itself. Samaritan Nervine gives lnsiant relief In
such cases It produces leai). quiets the nerves,
builds up the nervous system, and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cuies Nervous Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the Heart,
AS'.bma, Bronchitis, t-croful-t, s-VDhllis, diseases
of the Kidneys and all disat-es of the Urinary Or
gans. Nervous Debility, caused by the ludiscre
tlons of youth, permanently cured by the use of
this invaluable renndy. To ;u, young, middle
aged, and old men. who -re iov ring your sufft-r-1
gs as with a uwntl" by Mle ci lookup, toucan
be saved by timelf ei. it-i. and ni.ike ornaments
to society, and !e'e. ia Hi crown f onr Maker,
If you will. Do not ktreu tMs a secret linger, until
it saps your vitals, iind rie.-tivis b ith ridy ar.d
soul. If you are thin fiiHicted t ke DR. hlOH-
MOD'S SAMAHI TaN NERVINK It wi 11 restore
your shattered nerve, ariest pr-;r-atuTe del y and
lmpait tone and energy to the who e i-vsttni.
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also c"eaf and
dumb, but it cured her. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. Petkr Ross.
Has been the means of curing my wife of rheuma
tism. J. B. r LETCHEK, FOTt Collins, Col.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E B. Ralls, Ilaitsvir.e, Kan.
Cured me or vert'go, tseuralgia and s'.ck headache.
Mrs. Wm. uenson, auioiu, Hi.
Was the means of curing my v.ife of spasms.
Key. J. a. Euik, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, a'ter spendlr.g over 83,000
with other doctors. fc . B. Hobson,
New Albany, Ind.
ISectually-cured me of spasms.
Miss Jesnie Warekn,
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given p to die by our
family pbyi-iclan. it having over 100 in 24 hours
Hikbv. Knee, Vervllla, Warren county, Term.
Cured me of scroJula after suffering for eight
years. Albebt Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cure d my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. j. W. Thobkton, clalborn, Miss.
Cufed me permanently of epileptic fils of a sfubr
born character. Rev. Wm. martin,
Cured my son of fils, after having had 2,500 In
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Fobes,
West Portsdam, N. T.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
. Miss Oblena, Marshall,
Granny, Newton county, Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
yeai s' duration. Jacob scter, St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured ms of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bUity. Oliver Mtebs Ironton, Ohio.
Has cured me" of asthma; also scrofula of manj
years' standing. Isaac Jewell, Covington, Ky.
Cared rne of fits Hae been well for over four
years. ' Charles E. Curtis,
Os:.feU, Pougtas county, Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
badly. Muhael 0 Conner, Ridgway, Pa.
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
David Tkhmbly., Des Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
. fSiRx llare, xaitueia, mien.
SAMARfTAN VEBVf NE
Cared my wife of a nervous disease of the head
E. Graham, North Hope. Pa.
Cured ray son of fits. He has not had a fit for
about four years John Dav, s.
Woodburn, Macoupin county, III.
Is for sale by druggists everywhere, or may be had
direct from us. Those who wish to obtain further
evidence of the curative properties of Samaritan
Nervine win please enclose, a 8 cent postage stamp
for a copy of our Illustrated Journal of Health,
glvhig hundreds of testimonials' of cure from per-,
sons who have used the medicine, and also their
pictures photographed alter their restoration to
perfect bsalth. Address
v ' DS?iVBIOHkoHP00
, World's Epileptic Txsmvitt;
aprl difs ly 86. Joseph Mo
ii I r-si v
, J lie folio wins- schednlm nv. r
rectetf by (be it&iiroad Official, and '
trains going east.
Date, February 190i, 1882
" High Point
Arrive Greensboro . . .
Leave-wreensboro,. . . .
5ft a in
fil a m
.20 a m
.04 a in
.48 h m
. 15 p in
40 p m
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .6 00 p m
Arrive at KaLhth 3.04 am
Arrive at Goldboro,..8.00 a m
Uo. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with R&D
R. R. for all points North, East Hnd West, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. & W K. R for Wil
No. 53 -Connects at Sails: ury with w. n. C R.
R. for all points in Western North Carolina; dally
at Greensboro with R & D. H R. for a 1 points
Noith, East and West p w
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, February 19ih, 1882 No. 50 No. 52
. Daily. Dally.
Leave Goldsboro, 1 0 20 a m
Arrive Raleigh 12.40 pm
Leave Raleigh '. .. 4 io pm
Arrive Durham 6 23pm".'.
Arrive Hiilsboro B.07pm ' ""
Arrive Greensboro 8. 50 p m
Leave Greensboro . 1 0 p m 7 25 a in
Arrive High Point, 9.48 p m 8 Ort a m
ArLlve allsbury- 1 1.03 p m 9 28 a m
ArriTe C e 1 2 50 a 11.20 am
No. 18-Dally except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro. . .2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh,.. 7. 10 p m
Leave Raleigh 5.00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2 1 20 p m
No. Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Air
Line for all points in the South and fouthwest,
and with C, C. & A. R. R. for all points South and
No. 62 Connects at Charlotte with A. C Air
Line for all points South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with C, C, 4 A. B. B. for all points South and
. TV. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro P.20 p m
Arrive Kernersvllle 10. 8 p m
Arrive Salem 11.20 p m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8 30am
Arrive Kernersvllle 9.41am
Arrive Salem ....10.15am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem.. . 5.15 am
Arrive Kernersvt.le . . fi.50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
Le?tve Salem.... 6 00pm
Arrive. Kernersvllle H 40 p m
Arrive Greensboro . 8 00 p m
TATE ITNIVERSI I V KtlLUOlD,
Leave Chapel Hill, . . .
Arrive fta elgh
7.H0 a m
8.20 a m
10.15 a m
Leave Ralriih, . .
Arrive Chapel Hill,
8 30 p in
5.15 p m
H.15 D m
Pullman Sleefc Gars WitM tage
On Train No. 50. New York and AManta via Wash
ington and D. nvLle, ana bttveefire: .sbvround
On Train'No. 52, liichn:onil and Chailoteand
Washington aDd Chariot e ia b.inviiie,
tThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Ralelah, Uoldsboro'. Silihiry and (iharlotte and
all principal points South Southwest. West, Nonh
and East. K. r Kmigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
a. p. iFE.
iiener-il Pa. sfiiper Arent
fel'28 KiohMond. Va
RICHMOND & DANVlllERJR.
On and afcer March 5th. 1882. the nassen-
ger train service on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
Spartan burg. K
Rabun Gap Junction,.
Lula, E. . .
404 a m
5.32 a m
8.28 a m
9.32 a m
12.02 p m
2 00 p m
5.54 p m
8.43 p m
12 05 a m
Arrive GainesviJ e,
Arrive Lula, E
Arrive Babun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa. K
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive (iastonia, L : . . .
Arrive Charlotte, M
2.15 p m
4 54 m
5 2rt m
6 22 p m
7.06 p m
8.24 p m
10.08 p m
3 15 am
5.00 a m
7.41 a m
2.59 p m
5 11 pm
6.00 p m
A with arriving trains of Jeorgla Central and A.
W. P. Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A &
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E with Northeastern Raliroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. S. C.
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
an Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
h with Chester and Renoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Chester. ' T r 1
M with C. CWfc 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, wittfout change between Atlanta and
New ork. a. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket AgerL
T. M. R, Talcott,
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C, C. & A. E. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882.
Arrive Rock Hill,...
Arrive Columbia,... .
Arrive Ridge Spring,
12.85 p th
1.28 p m
2.50 p m
4.25 p m
5 12 pm
5.45 a m
6.37 a m
7.55 a m
9 62 a m
Arrive Bock Hill
Arrive Wtnnsbor o, . . .
Arrive Lexington,. . . .
Arrive Ridge Spring .
5.40 a m
8.03 a m
9.60 a m
5.05 p m
6.40 p m
7 32 p m
9 03 p m
8.40 a m
5 47 a m
7 64 a m
9.30 a m
Train No. 52, Dally-Connects at Colombia wlti
the 8. C. R. R, for Charleston, and with the C 4
G. R. R. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, &c At
.Au,gnata with Central Georgia R. B for Macon,
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No. 48iDally- ftonneets at Augusta with
the'GeprglaS.B.'apd Central Georgr pB.B.for
Macon. Allanta. Savannah spd Klortua points.'
s Trains Nos. lg and 20, local, dally except Sun.
day. " -
Trains from the South airlve at Cbnrlotte, pas?
sengey, dally, at 6 85 p. in. Freight, daiiyexoept
Sunday, at 8,4a. m. and 4 45 p, ro
ATLANTIC. TINNESKB OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 58, Daily,
Arrive at Statesvllle, . ...
Train Np. 52, Dally,
Arrive at Charlotte,. .......
.6 00 p m
Tickets sold to all points Sooth, Southeast and
Southwest, and baggage checked through. No
lay-over allowed on loeal tickets. A POPE, f
T. M. R. Talcott, . Qen'l Passenger Agent ;1
Columbia, 8. 6., Marchlsli 1882.
mar22 " ' '
We Have adiled to our Stoek a Supply
Equitable and Chesapea
T r . . . 1 ..
KQlnitt nn I'nnmnn ILI-.L n 1, $
it 11. 1 11 1 11,. 111 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ii jvi n ir, v
, , v. .una ! utuou odllS, I
E- CALL ANn siw. rra
1 I I - 11 n ai
IS If III I I I W M r T
1 v yw 1 it
-I HAVE JUST RECEIVED-
A LOT OF
Hi f II V M l. A T A ft
O.i- Chii l',ide . II TL-.
We have Just received and offer for a
SHORT TIME QNLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decoration. 58 pieces, 810.00, worlli
EXTRA FINE TEA ETT3, gold, bird ad Uower
decoration combined, 44 pieces, $12.50,
PORCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, very nice,
44 pieces, 85.00.
PORCELAINE DINNER SETTS, 17 pieces, for
$16.00; decorated. 180 p eces, for 835.00.
BRONZE LAMP3 of a superior quality, complete
with shades, at $1 00, worth 82 10.
AH Otter Goods jn Proportion..
EST WHOLESALE and RETAIL J3
J. Brookfieid k Co.
FOR IS ALE.
I WILL offer tor sale nt public outcry, at Oro,
Chesterfield county, a C, on the1 2nd and 3rd
DATS of MAI NEXT, If not sooner sold, a Valua
ble Lot pt Engines and other machinery belonging
to the Hicks Gold Mine, at Oro, viz:
One 40 horse power engine and fixtures; two 12
hone power engines, hoisting attachments and
fixtures; one 10 horse power engine, hoisting at
tachments and fixtures; one 10 stamp battery; one
plaining machine and edger; one pupjp apd
tachmefits-' oito lot piping and cphnecThig rodi,
pne dt-a? mlllV 20' Arpaaaiating barrels apd aiJ
tachnierts: que tr- fejieet' copper, amalgaroatn?
pan. assaying furnneei one lot chemicals; one im
window weights one lot rope; one lot machlnl-u'
tools; one lot crucibles, and sundry other anlclrs
TKBMa All sums under Twenty Ave Dollars
Case: all sums over that amount on three or
months time, if preferred, wlih approved xecuriif.
T a n. redfkarn.
marl 7 eod till may 1 Receiver.
nrn hfwspapfr mfn
Ttiat liAwklDAvt a Ufil D.' ti'l.LvS'U'.'i
v uot uvvituu o iukq iut Ul x UBiJosn i'
Jl INK. put up In 251b. packages, suitable M
publishers of country newspaper. Address
Chftrlotte, N .C.
elin R. Eddins.
F. C. M UNZLEtt
Tbe Berper i Mel Brewery Company s
(Ot Ihjladelptila, Pa .)
Oh brated lager Bn r,
. In Kegs and BtHttes.
BOTTLED BEER A SPECI A
BfHave Just received a imall lot of BOTTLB"
ALJBand POBTEB Which I oliaz to the puDllc ai
a reasonable prtoe. Addres .
. FRED C. MTJNZUK. .
Lock Box 255, Charlotte, K-u