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SAffTJBDAT. APRIL 1418324
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Reported for the Observer by Walton M. Busbee,
of the Raleigh Bar.
Devreis & Co. vs. Summit Gaston.
Smith, C. J.:
This was an action to recover a debt
alleged to bedue for gobds soM and de
livered. On the same day an order of arrest
and warrant of attachment was ob
tained. The affidavit in substance states : 1st.
That the defendant was about to leave
the State with intent to defraud his
2d. That, with like intent, he was
about to remove his property beyond
the limits of the State.
3d. That he conceals himself to elude
service of process and avoid payment of
4th. That upon the insurance on his
stock he has collected and withholds
about nine hundred dollars, and there
be twelve hundred dollars which, if
collected, would be 16st to his creditors.
On the next day, which was Sunday,
the defendant was arrested, and an at
tachment levied upon the residue of the
money due him from the insurance
company. By the consent of both
parties, the insurance company paid the
money into the office of the Superior
His Honor found : That the defendant
was not about to depart from the State,
as charged : nor did he elude the serCr
vice of process or conceal his person in
order to defeat the claims of creditors,
and that he was an infant when the
goods were bought and received.
The order of arrest was vacated, the
bail bond dischaiged, the attachment
dissolved, and the restoration of the
property and the payment of the money
deposited to the defendant or his agent
Held: 1st. That the validity and reg
ularity of ancillary remedies must be
determined upon the facts existing and
made to appear at the time when they
sought and awarded, andnof upon what
may have afterwards transpired. The
subsequent conduct of a defendant is
pertinent to the inquiry as to the truth
of a matter, but in the case above stated
it would not sustain the action of the
clerk in issuing the writs. If an orig
inal affidavit is insufficient in substance
to sustain an attachment, it cannot be
amended so as to do so.
2d. Ch 31, sec. 54 Revised Code ex
pressly delares that a writ and arrest of
a defendant in a case as above stated is
3d. If a deposit be made with the
clerk on terms "that it should be re
tained and be subject to the order of
the court to whomsoever it may be ad
jndged," it is proper that such be done
under C. C. P., sec. 212.
Ruffin et als. vs. narrison et aia Frank
lin. lli FHK, J.:
The court was asked to reconsider the
decision before rendered in the cause.
The plaintiffs are the sureties of Har
rison on his guardian bond, and insist
that they are entitled to be indemnified
by the sureties on the administration
bond for so much of the assets as was
wasted by Harrison, the administrator.
The two well defined characters of
debtor and creditor were invested in
the same person, and if payment was
refused there was no one to enforce it.
When such a state of facts exists, the
law, by its own implication, considers
the fund in the possession of the party
in that representative character in
which it ougM to be held.
The Supreme Court of Alabama in
57, Ala., 75, say that "where on final set
tlement a balance was found against
an administrator who thereupon re
signed and became administrator de
bonis non, a presumption of payment
immediately arose and he and the sure
ties on his bond alone were liable." The
decision rests solely on the ground that
the same person filled both trusts and
must needs be plaintiff and defendant
in any proceeding to enforce payment,
hencao step could be taken in that
direction, and therefore the rule of pre
sumed payment operated.
The Court of Illinois say that where
an administrator was also guardian for
a distributee it would be presumed after
he closed' the administration that he
held the funds as guardian and the
sureties to the administration bond
were released. Leegar vs. Belton, G liar
& Johnson 1G2 cited.
Petition to rehear dismissed.
Miller et als. vs. Bryan and wife Wa
tauga. Smith, C. J. :
This. controversy was one of boun
dary and the matter was referred to W.
W. Lenoir to find the facts and the law.
In King vs. Neuse Manufacturing
Company, 79 N. C. 3G0, the court says
that, while a referee under the terms of
such a reference, when bis award or re
port upon its face shows that he intend
ed in making it, to be governed by the
nnciples of law, but has misconceived
nd misapplied them in reaching his
conclusion, may be revised and his er
rors in law corrected. In determining
the boundary of a conveyed tract of
land, none of the calls should be disre
garded, when they can be fulfilled in
any reasonable way of running the lines
around the land. They will be deflected
when necessary to-give effect to the in
strument and carry out the intent of
the parties, from one into several lines.
Judgment below affirmed.
Hodges, et als., vs. Council and Horton,
Smith, C. J. :
This action is prosecuted againslde
f endanta, as administrators of a guar
dian, for an account and settlement of
a trust estate which was committed to
the intestate and for the recovery of
the sums which may be found due to
the several wards.
The defenses set up are, 1st, The bar
of the Statute of limitations.
2nd. Payment and satisfaction, the
presumption of which arises under the
statute from the lapse of time since the
wards became of full age.
The court ays. 1st, That there is no
statutory limitation for bringing an ac
tion to obstruct the plain ti s recovery.
The guardian enters into a bond for the
faithful discharge of his official dty Jn
securing, managing and delivering over
the tiust estate to his wards, and thus
added his personal covenant to perform
the obligation incurred by his acceptance
and growing out of the legal relations
existing between himself and them;
the law in force and governing this
case axed no determinate, period within
which the remedy on the bond must be
pursued agaiwt Mm, while it did pro
tect the sureties after a delay of three
years. Ch. 65, Sec. 7, Revised Statute.
2nd. The presumption of payment on
judgments, &c., after, a lapse of ten
years, has no application to an express
trust open and unperformed, for the re
lations thus formed are not adversary
until they are made so by some act of
the trustee in repudiation of the trust
and known to the cestui que trust.
When this occurs the statute js put in
motion ana me presumption arises
alfte whether the proceeding berin
hin of the droperfy,
s hauciarv char.
acter is abandoned and the cestui que
trust must commence proceedings
agamst him within theprescribed time.
After a ward e63me of tes the fiduci
ary relation of the guardian ceases and
they thereafter, stand as debtor abd
creditor and the ward's, xdaim falls un
der the operation of the restricting
Error. Venire de novo.
This term is of recent origin, and
grows outtf the discovery made by a
frenchman, 'Anguste Goffart, that
gteen crops when stored under heavy
pressure in -water-tight pits, called silos,
do not decay, but are preserved fresh
and sweet, and retain for a considerable
length of time all their nutritive juices,
and are more preferable a3 winter food
for cattle. This is a subject which very
naturally has excited !a great deal of
interest among the farmers of this State,
as elsewhere, since not only is it as
serted that a great deal more of weight
in green food than dry can be raised on
an acre, but ensilage, it is claimed, pos
sesses the advantage of supplying cat
tle with succulent food in the winter
a great ad vantage, especially to milch
cattle. The Missouri Republican, in a
recent issue, gives a full description of
this food, the mode of its preparation,
and indeed all ' valuable information
connected with it. As the article will
probably prove of considerable interest
to our farmer friends, we will produce
it in substance for their benefit.
According to our Western contempo
rary, any green crop that stock are fond
of when in a growing state is good ma
terial for ensilage grass, clover, rye,
young corn, sorghum and vegetables ;
but corn, clover and the grasses are
most generally used, bee. use when
growing they are full of juice, which is
lost in curing into hay or fodder, but
preserved in the silo. Several kinds of
green crops may be packed in the same
silo, and the ensilage is said to be im
proved by the variety. Corn, either
drilled and cultivated or sown broad
cast and cut in its most juicy condition,
is the basis of most ensilage experi
ments in this country ; it may be pack
ed in the same silo with clover or grass
of any kind cut green, and successive
crops of corn may be planted for mix
ture with different kinds of grasses in
their season. As it is estimated that ten
to twenty tons weight of green crops
may be cut from an acre of good soil
five to ten times as much as the weight
of a dry crop of grain or hay it is easy
to see how much more profitable it is
to save green crops in the form of ensi
lage than to allow them to mature and
dry. Colonel J. W. Wolcott, of Boston,
who owns a farm near that city, raised
466 tons of ensilage on 34 acres 14 tons
to the acre last year. By raising two
crops on the same soil he has gathered
as much as 21 tons per acre. On one
piece of ground he gathered 31 tons per
acre, but "tbat corn was fourteen feet
high," he says. He adds: 'I am satis
fied that an acre of ground will keep a
cow twenty-four months."
When the silo is opened in winter the
contents are found in a sort of cheesy
condition, and require to be sliced off
with a sharp axe. They have under
gone a slow and slight fermentation,
which does not impair their merits as
feed, and is not offensive to cattle. In
deed, the first smell of ensilage is said
to "set cattle wild for it," and they pre
fer it to any other kind of feed.
Silos are variously constructed. The
usual plan is to dig pits ten feet wide,
fifteen feet deep, and as long as may be
desired, on sloping ground, and make
them water-tight with cement. Mr. C.
W. Mills, of Pompton, New Jersey, pre
fers to build a strong frame, boarded up
tight and close with thick lumber, en
tirely above the ground, something in
the fashion of an ice house. The green
crops may be packed into them, either
whole or cut up with a cutter; each
plan has its advocates, though the
weight of opinion is in favor of cutting,
as it allows of closer packing. As the
crops are thrown in they are trodden
down as closely near the edges as possi
ble, and when the silo is full it is cov
ered and weighted with heavy rocks or
earth, and then shedded over to pro
tect it from the weather. In a few
weeks the ensilage is "ripe" and ready
for use. One end of the silo, if built
along the ground, may be opened and
the ensilage cut out and fed as it' is
wanted. Its quality will depend on the
crops of which it is made and the care
with which they are packed away.
Nearly all animals will eat it, and cattle
are said to like and thrive on it, while
for milch cows it is particularly valua
ble, as it increases their flow of milk
and keeps them in healthy condition.
1 1 1 1
Meeting of the New Orleans Board of
New Orleans, April 14 The State
boardof health reorganized lase night,
re-electing Dr. Joseph Jones president,
and Dr. S. S. Herrick secretary. The
president was authorized to request the
Governor to issue the usual quarantine
proclamation, to take effect May 1st,
quarantine to be only three days, out to
be increased to ten days if necessary.
Acquittal from the Charge of Murder.
Petetrsbubg, Va., April 14. Phillip
Turner has been tried in the Superior
Court of Northampton county, N. C,
for the murder of Aaron Hill, a quack
doctor, and has been acquitted. Hill,
having been murdered, was thrown
into a ditch and his house, close by,
burned to the ground.
The pleasures of the table cease.
Whene'r the teeth begin to fail;
The beauties ol the mouth decrease;
The breath's no more a spicy gale;
And must soon ln ruin lie,
Unless to S0Z0D0KT we fly.
MRS. LYD1A E. P1NKHAM, OF LYHH, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINPCHAM'8
. TEgETABLB COMPOUND.
la a Positive Cure
far ill looss Painful Complaints and Weafcususs
so eonunoji to our best female population.
It will ours entirely the wprrt form of FeowUe Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflanmation and Uleera
tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Bpin&l Weakness, and i particularly adapted to the
Change of Life.
It wlU dfcwolv and expel tftmors from the n terns In
an" earl stage of dere! opmenf. The tendency to can
cerous bnmors there ft fchecjced yery speedlfy by lt Me.
It remorse falntness, flatulency, desjxoyrfair craving
for stimulants, and rellevee-weekness of Jhe smac,
It cures Bloating;, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl
gestion. That feellae- of bearing- down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It win at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmopy with the laws that govern the female system.
' ?r ph .onrepf judnej Cpmplainta of either sax this
Compound is nntiijcpassed.
LYDIA. E. PtJKUniA'B yKGETABIJE COM
. POUBTOis prepared at S3 and S3S Western' Avenue,
Lynn, sTtaj Price $1. Biz bottlesf or $S. Sent by mail
In the form of pills, also In the form of loxenges, on
receipt of price, 91 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers abetters of Inquiry. Bend for pampb,
. iM4! M bof4 fttntion tki rtper. f '
Ifojtesafir should, be without LYDIA S. PrSKHAJTB
Lx viK PCX. thej -Jcure constipation, Wtfusnsai '
and torpidity of the liver. S5 cents per box. '
A- Sold by all Druggists.
The only known Speclflc Remedy for Epileptic Fits.
Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, St
Vitus Dance. Vertigo, Hlsterics, Insanity, Apoplexy,
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuraigin, and all Nerv
ous Diseases. This infallible remedy will positive
ly eradicate every species of Nervous derange
ment, and drive them away from whence they
came, never to ' return again. It utterly destroys
the germs of disease by neutralizing the hereditary
taint or poison in the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, anJ utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General DeMllty. Leu
corrhcea or Whites, Painful Menstruation, Ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel. Inflam
mation of the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder.
For Wakefulness at nignt, there Is no better
remedy. During the change of life no Female
should be wUhout it. It quiets the Nervous system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism. Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Ealing. These degrading habits are by far
the worst evlis that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drugs. The drunkard drinks liquor not
because he likes it, but for the pleasure of drink
ing and treating his tiiends, little thinking that he
is on his road to mln. Like the Opium Eater, he
first uses the drug in small quantities as a harmless
aDtldote. The soothing influence of the drug
takes strong hold upon its victim, leading him 11
to his own destruction. The habits of Opium
Eating and Liquor Drinking are precisely what
eating Is to alimentiveneos, as over eating first in
flames the stomach, which redouhies its cravings
until it paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
So every drink of liquor or dose of opium, instead
of satisfying, only acds to its fierce fires, until it
consumes the vital Iterce and then ltelf. Like the
glu tonous tape worm, it cries "Give, give, give!"
but never enough until its own rapacity devours
itself. Samailian Nervine gives instant relief In
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up the nervous system, and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma. Bronchitis. Scrofula, syphilis, diseases
of the Kidneys and all diseases of the Urinary Or
gans. Nervous Debility, caused by the Indiscre
tions of youth, permanently cured by tbe use of
this Invaluable remedy. To jou, young, middle
aged, and old men. who pre covering your suffer
ings as with a nmntlf by silence, look up, you can
be saved by timely efloits. and make ornaments
to society, and lewels in the crown of jour Maker,
if you will. Do not keep this a secret larger, until
it saps your vitals, and detroys boih body and
soul. If you are thus afflicted, take DR. HICH
MD'S SAMAHI TAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest pr--rr,Htnre deUy and
impait tone and energy to the vho:e i-ystem.
Cured my Utile girl of fits. She was alo eaf and
dumb but It cured her. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. 1'eter Hoss.
Spriugwattr, Wis. "
SA.IIAIH i A NElt i:E
Eas been the means cf curiae my wife of rhebma
Usui. J. B. Fletcbjsk, Fort Collins, Col.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E B. Halls, Hafts IKe, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and s'.ck headache.
Mii3. Wm. h en son, Aurora, 111.
Was the means of curing my v.ife of spas-ms.
Ke',. J. A. iiiB, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me Df asthma, a'trr spendirg over S3, 000
with otner dwcttTs. a. B. Hobson,
New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jennie warren.
740 West Vim Luren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family physician, it having over 100 in 24 hours
Hbnrt Knee, Venilla, Warren county, Tenn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight
years. albebt Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cured ray son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thornton, claiborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently of epileptic Cls of a stub
porn character. Bey. Wm. Martin,
Cured my son of fits, alter having had 2,500 ln
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Fobes,
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss oklkna Marhaxl,
Granby, Newton county', ilo.
Has permanently cured me of eplleps of many
yeai s' duration. Jacob outsb, St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured ma of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. Olivee Mters Ironton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asthma; also scrofula of many
years' itanuing. Isac Jevell, Covington, Jsy.
Cured me of fits Have been well for over four
years. Charles E. Curtis,
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Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
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Cured my wile of epilepsy of 35 years standing
Henry Clark, Fairfield, Mich.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
E. Graham, North Hope, Pae
Cured my son of fits. He has not had a -fit for
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The follotviuir aehnlnlM .
rcclt"d by the Railroad Officials, and
may be Relied on aa Correct :
North Carolina Railroal
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, February 19th, 1882.
" High Point
Arrive Greensboro, . . : .
a 5fi a in
551 a m
7.20 a m
8.25 a m
1.15 p m
r3 50 p ui
8 51 p m
No. 17-Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensbord.. .fl 00 p m
Arrive at Kaleisrh 8.04 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro,. .8.00 a m
No. 51-Cnnects at Greensboro' with BAD.
ii?' PV1?13 Nortn-East ftnd wst. via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. & W a K for Wil
No. 53-Connects at Salisb ury with W. N. C. B.
R. for all points in Western f.'onh Carolina; dally
North, East and West
TRAINS GOINO WEST.
Date, February lflih, 18S2
A rrive High Point,.
Arrive C e
0.20 a m
4 10 pm
5 28 p ru
0. 07 pm
. 1 0 p in
9A-i p m
1. (;? urn
7 25 a m
8 Ort am
i 28 a m
11.20 a m
L 2 50 a
No. 18-Dally except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro... 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh 5 00 am
Arrive Greensboro, 2 20 p m
No. 50-Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Air-
a, H Jul 0Ult3. ln, tfle S0Uth and tOUthwest.
Southeast ' R B" Ior 311 poiut3 tonlh and
t ?Vfi2;f;-on,ne(,t8 at Charlotte with A. C Air
iot??'har Pir South and Southwest; at Char
Southeast R f0r al! polDts outa and
W. N. C. RAILROAD.
Leave Greensboro P 20 n m
Arrive Kernersville 10.HH pm
Arrive Salem il2q pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8.30 am
Ariive Kernersville 9 41 am
Arrive Salem ".'.10.15 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday. r
Leave Salem KiKnm
Arrive Kernersvi le " " cRoam
Arrive Greensboro ;"; 7.00 a S
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem... fi.00 p m
Arrive Kernersville H 40 n m
Arrive Greensboro k'oO p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,
Arrive Ra eigh
7.30 a m
8.20 a m
Leave Raleigh, . .
Arrive University.. ..
Arrive Chapel Hill,...
H SO p m
5 1 5 p m
H.I 5 d m
Pullman Sleeps Cars Without change
On Train No. 50. New York and A'lanta via Wash
ington and Danville, ana between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Chailot'e and
Washington and Chariot e Ma Danville.
tThroiiL'h Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleieh. Goldsboro'. Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South. Southwest. West, North
and East. K. r migrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as. Arkansas ai d the Southwest, adurcss.
General Passene" r Agent
fel'-- Richr.ioud. Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
On and afier March fh, 1 8S2, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line uivis:on of this road will be as follows:
Charlotte, M jl2.40am
Ga tenia. L 1 l.35am
2.85 p in
4.09 p m
5.54 p m
7.05 p m
8.00 p m
8.43 p m
9.15 p m
12.05 a m
cpartauburg. K 1 4.04 am
5.32 a m
8.28 a m
9.32 a m
Rabun Gap Junction,.
10.18 a m
Gatnst-ville i 10.5 1 a m
Atlanta I 1.40 pm
EASTWARD. Express. Mall.
e No. 51. No. 53.
Arrive Lula, K
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, K
Arrive Seneca. G
Arrive Greenville. H
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Charlotte. M
2.15 p m
4 54 m
6 22 p m
7.06 p m
8.24 p m
1 1.40 p m
2.06 a m
3. 15 a m
5.00 a m
741 a m
8.32 a m
2.59 p m
5 1 1 p m
A with arriving trains of Georgia 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 Railroad 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, 8. 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, B. & D. and A., T. & O.
for all points West. North and East
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 daily, without change between Atlanta and
New York. a. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Talcott.
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C, C. k A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882.
No. 62. No. 4S,
Leave Chai lotte 11.30am
Arrive Rock Hill 12.85 pm
Arrive Chester, 1.28 p m
Arrive Winnsboro 2.50 o m
Arrive Coiuabia 4.18pm
Leavp Colum bta , 4.25 p m 5.45 a m
Arrive Lexington 5l2pm 6.37 a m
Arrive Bidge Spring 6 25pm 7.55 am
Arrive Granitevilie 7.40 pm 9.12 a rq
Arrive Augusta, 8, 40 p m 9 5a aW
No. 18, No. 20,
Freight . Freight.
Leave Charlotte . . . : . 5740 am 5.40 pro
Arrive Bock Hill, 8.03 am 732 pm
Arrive Chester. 9.50 a m 9 08 p m
Arrlye Wlnnsboro 12.55 p m 1 l.l 7 p m
Arrive Columbia, 5.05 p m 2 1 8 a m
Leave Columbia, 2 40am
Arrive Lexington 3.40 a uj
Arrive Ridge Spring 5 47 a m
i rrive Granitevilie 7.64 a m
ar'Ive Augusta.. . 9.30 am
Train No. 52, Daily-Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C. R. R. lor Charleston, and with the C. 4
G. B. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, &c At
Augusta with Central Georgia R. R for Macon,
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No. 48, Daily-Connects at -Augusta with
the Georgia R. R. and Central G?org B. R, for
Meon, Atlanta. Savannah and Florida poiaU
grains Nob. lg and 2ft, local, dtifly jecepf Sun
drains from the South arrl at Chariotte, pa$:
senger, daily, at 6.85 p. m. Freight, dal'y except
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. and 446 p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE 4 OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 53, Daily,
Leave Charlotte 6 GO p m
Arrive at States vllle, 8.12 p in
Train No. $2, Dally,'
Leave Statesvllle 7. 00 aw
Arrive at Charlotte 9.15 a m
Tickets sold to all points South, Southeast and
Sbutbwest and baggage checked through. No
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A.POPE,
T. M. B. Talcott, Gen'l Passenger Agent
Gen'l Manager. r.
Columbia, S, C, March 1st, 1 882.
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-A LOT OF
BOTH ATLANTA AND Plllf, A UF.
No One Can lTnderap
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We have lust received and offer for
SHORT TIME ONLY
Mia Tea Setts.
Mossrose Decoration, 56 pieces, 810.00, worth
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decoration combined, 44 pieces, 812.50,
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PORCELIAN TEA SETTS, plain white, yerj nice,
44 pieces, $5 00.
PORCELAINE LINNER SETT;, K,7 pieces, for
815.00; decorated. 180 p ects, for 835.no.'
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior qual.ty, cnmple'e
with shades, at $1 00, worth S2 60.
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