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DAI LY GAKB.tr OT'rJii OlB S KftVER. THTJRSD AyVMA Y 25; 1882,
Jr.'- ji : i ii H 1 M f
win Minuhl Information FRSBW sending
f rimlru to
48 N. Dela. Are., Philadelphia.
i ? LM L 'i'J.i.. ii LrL .nri diseases Of the
nBStSrirTad Kidneys, and'
I . eSySrent from Bitters, Gtogr, Bsaenj
and other Tonlo., It new totorj
an1 fXl aiVAa 1JUKB BUT LMftLB UUJUik w a
mhbox A CO.. New Y
; 1 ' : 1 . . J JL
I R rft S !iU"0 F TD-b A Y."
(Introduction by Thos. Power O'Connor, M. P.)
' 'Centuries bTEfigW p-foJttV
" u ,1 -i : 'j (1 T
tadusWes sWed. It WJj1
League, the Land let and the Coercion BUI.
o-7Uin o-i mmihin Mid man In colors, race
nnlv -A net OODT. OaiW unureuoo
a ner oodt. Bales immense, oouu uji
tAlfifUj -Mi LLU t: 1 1 Kiwif wr
i bV W -J ' rl m M AM mm i
t I I rv r".rimei Mtjcefl o. muiuo-u- ie.sC ID name''
I rfT IV. to5ilitDtte parldlr1tMpernce gjxg iuth isr stipfrt 4
. I I Kti.i.x tang droKl9 Clnt 07 I .aa Mnotrtt4
.TlTftrll " 11 KTMUUU.
UU1 iw aw.
cent iorftlf A anky9rifW WJ mUfltt
fuU paroula, 1
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
A GO (3D
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
Spring, and Sumer Styles
Including all the latest novelties
in the MILLINERY LINE.
RIBBONS, ft p
T A Tirtl ITBrJC is i "kit:
In an the new styles, colors ana quaunes.
Also, all the new styles and qualities of LACES,
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hosiery
Gloves, Parasols, Ac., the LAHGK8T and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our MM' Hate U Bonnets
Oa lloddiy,' Hatch7 27tii, 1
When we win be pleased to show the Ladles the
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF FINS MILLINERY
they have ever seen to this dty. : '
.- . ' flC !:. ..ltir.V 1
Mrs. P. Query.
TIDDX & BROTHER,
COUNT Vt N C,
rTZJlx MrWnal M
ii A-rivl4 pnH no
1 1 ' tut ; i"4k. aml3i
Df, B. O, ELLIOTT,
OTCALI bltUlilCO II A For sale Everywhere. Pr27
BALTIMORE, MIX jCT 1 AVt rVt5v
SdB(I hiD.HMg.MfefeM CZXwrJr-rJjrrT JL JUrfe, YT B
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- - - - - - m'mr
T.WOTii wuirou.w I (3. " J . Y
ft i4 If Ww i Tit n
It II li III Br I .laHni-'th
v" 1 a rearer
WOHANS BEST FRIEND.
Menses jbfclnfiil 1
nri if.iiintrnf th Womb, attended with an end-
lonii tnin nf avmnathntta And (institutional dlSOT-
kt.h amhlrlora tha nhnlA llfA. and Which
have long been considered as almost Incurable, j
But at last the remedy has been found In j
tt 7 RUimi'neT.TVS fkmalS REGULATOR.
It Is not a "cure-all" but a remedy lor one class
ireveiUac heraailaon toJanjjoatt anawiusout
subjecting her woman 17 mouesiy to uie suw ui
an examination by a physician.
To bring health and happiness 10 the homes or
ftnfrnrinir women Is a mission before which royal.
exaction oan mavaw wiuuiua wuku v1 w u vu :
which glyes ease for pain, Joy for sorrow, smiles
for tears, the rose of health for the pallor of dls-
sharp and withered form of emaciation, a long,
life of mental, physical, social and domestic enjoy-j
v . . . il. .M.mM.Hn.MuirarTnnii
ments lor a "lew saa aays- vi l".lulu,uy,ui
an earir graver oucn ih tuo ujiodiuu,.
rhsof rA taunt ' a.
UMTB. c!itolftie truly and
"Whites" and all those Irregularities of thej
womb so destructive to the health, happiness and.
beauty of women, disappear like magic before ai
single bottle of this wonaenui compounu.
Among the medicinal means of arresting disease,
Hos tetter' s Stomach Biuers stands pre-eminent
R checks the farther progress ot air 'diiorders ol
the stomach, Uver and bowels, revives the vital
stamina. Drevents and remedies chllU and fevet.
I Jncreases the activity of the kidneys, counteracts a
v tendency to rneumaasm, ana is a gcuumo ouy
id solace to aged, lnnrm ana uervuus renwiu.
FOB SALlt BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALXBS
Disease Is an effect, not a cause. Its origin la
within; Us manifestations without Hence, to cure
the disease the ciusi must be removed, and in
no other way can a cure ever be effected. WAR
NER'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIVER CURB Is es
tabllshedon just this principle. It realizes that
95 PER CENT,
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which It Is cenfp9sl act
directly upon these great organs, both a$ a food
and bsbtoi&S, and, by placing them In A healthy
condition, drive disease and' pain from the sys
tem. For the Innumerable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs; for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy ha s no equal. Beware of lm posters ,
Imitations and concoctions said to be ust as good.
For Diabetes, ask lor WARNER'S SAFE DIA
BETES CURE. For sale Jpy all dealelKf?
Corner College and Trade Streets
(L. ,W, PERDUE'S OLD STAND.)
nd adding: to onr already Iarire Stock
2,000 pounds Fine
A FULL LINE OF
-HECKKRS' PERFECT RAKING
A. J. Beall&Co.
YORK RIVER LINE:
TO BALTIMORE and ALL POINTS NORTH
4 I DaJlyexcspt eur.day.
Note the reduced ftrst-slass rates to
BALT.1 HQ RE ,
Leave Burkesvll e,
4 22 p m
. .10.12 pm
8.56 p m
1 1 n
4.40 b m
ah nrnn anTTAr tiyityi hii v 111 lubhd uiacajcs
i " nr
srtannurg I 2 vR n m
eenvlilaJ LCSjI m
at BatHmo e.
morniig intltlf fsl
u bmfiryrWrp de -
ppiy to affnts t tit
rn :aniaj sou
uof -f ft' 'mitil to-
lrtur of trains for West Fob
ViJT fllKhjMT Inf Ai ttlKltOfl
apply to anUsiti
Geal Paf, Agdot,
-m I m.itua
kfifie Charlotte: bseroeri
membftra o the jBaiugh ommandery
propdSdtd1 eblislra Tldinfc school
The weTa)Qfwitiirjha3 dam-!
agea cotton on sanay son, Due not tnat
clay sQii?' trmfc w learn -f roar iefe
Ttre cotton in sndj soil
The revenue collections in the fourth
district for the week ending last Satur
day night were $13,819.30.
Alexander Hadaon.ae of three Uni
ted States prisoners who last week es
caped from jail at Morganton, returned'
and gave himself up. He is in for three!
Aart XT "P T?rVrOto Vina rnf 11 t----I fiAml
UDU 1 T JL i-tUUCl bO liOO X ClUI UCU 11UU1 :
.6rop prospects as VertU
u poor on Hceounc 1
of the cold and wet weather. !
Asheville Citizen : Asheville is dis
A colored prisoner, Bascom Foreman,
colored, imprisoned in the Buncombe:
county jail for the theft ot an ox, and
a waitMgtjrjaJjdied on Sundaj suddenly
110m disease 01 lue uearu
A schedule is at length arranged with:
the Tennessee roads, and the vexatiou
detention at Warm Springs is don
away with. Trains now make close
6nhecttbhs 'wnh cair!l,aiiife Kdcfc toad
rpust vuuruu ul iisuevuif, una au-i
jsepted the offer made Jbim to take
Charge or'abfifcir In Baltimbre, and,
has tendered the resignation of his
crVarge 'htwtoi take -effeerftn the first
V n- :..
NEVER SAY DIE.
Claims of a Ilgfflhl'-
Chicago Times, May 13.
and scireittCic 4i6t
bled in the club room of
the Grand Pa-
cine Hotel, last evening,
to listen to ar
address by Dr. D. DeClat, of Paris,
ciated with Pasteur in developing th
germ theory of disease. Dr. DeClat:
treatment is an antiseptic one, consis
ing in introducing carbolic or phenic
acid into the blood itself. He cannol
talk English, and a resume of his re
marks was made to the audience Dy aq
Passini? tnrouern the clfv. tne doctor
said he had been asked to give an expol
sition of his methods, and although hi
could not talk Eaglish hp was very glad
he could address the profession of Chi
cago even with the aid of an interpre
ter. He was to speak of the small
beings .whiehfiexisb in iutei-uterinajUfe,
and thus, commencing life with the un
born babe, follow the man through life,
being the efficient and immediate cause
of the diseases coin mop ly cJ led. heredi
tary. nawjanea so gBj,apusn ura. prin
ciple that all organized being is coii
posed of few elementary substances.
When life was commenctd in a body ii
-could ,-not be decomposed xcep by
other beings having life, and these
..beings in their turn are destroyed by
.others vexy small. ,There would not be
enough oxygen to dedompoie all the
organism which is constantly dying
were not its operations assisted by
theses' parasitic animalculae All disease
lie said, was caused by these parasite?.
Whether they 5re animal Qf vegeta
ble,' hV was sure that thfcy were the
germs from which all malady origina
ted. He-had had a triumphant result
of an experiment in which' he had ap
plied his theory in a surgical case in
Bellevue Hospital. In surgery, his
theory is that when an operation is per
formed, an incision made, to germs
or parasites enter the vessel and pro
duce the disease, either local, as erysipe
1: a. or general, as pyemia. In Bellevue
Hospital, he asked to have selected the
worst case of pyemia which could be
found. The case was that of an Italian
in the third stage of blood poisoning,
having had three chills since the affec
tion bad commenced. . The doctor had
not seen the patient, but prescribed for
him, his prescriptions being adminis
tered according to his directions by
other doctors. The patient got well,
being, the doctor said, the only patient
in this advanced pyemia who had ever
recovered. He asserted that if Presi
dent Garfield had been treated in this
way he would have been alive to-day.
He held that phenic add, administered'
to the blood, destroyed ail the germs of
disease, and when prepared as he pre
pares it is perfectly harmless, and may
be taken by man or child locally, or in
ternally, with impunity. It is adminis
tered hypodermically or through the
mouth by means of syrups, and in other
ways. The doctor closed by gvvin&the
nama of a local drug' (Inn jof whom, he
said, his preparation could be procured.
The strength of the Church of. (God
consists largely in its separation frqm
the world. Christians are called to for
sake all and follow Christ It is the
policy . of the deceiver 4 to .mingle all
tnings, gooa ana oaa, sacrea and pro
fane, in one confused and jumbled
mass. God calls His people to come out
and stand aloof, and thus escape the
contaminating influences of the world.
Persons sometimes excuse their con
farmiQftcJtthB w6rl(ty olafinlifg that
tfTr$rlwMi tnerdin-t)fclet to do
them good; but if a man is mired in a
bog. we do not extricate him. by pong
ing in with' him; if a boy has broken
through the ice in a pond, 'we do riot
dive in with him in order to bring him
out. j i e keepa sale aistancA and push
a plank? towards fcitn and bid him take
hold of itand escape from his perilous
-position. So if we desire to benefit the
wprld. we ean, best accpmpliahoiur ob-
"lent. Yw i t rry 1 tS V 1 r ovS t
I it;; and while thus separated from the
have D0ert MtGooad also with
man. Mingling with the world we lose
jaw fellowship with God and ourtesti-
'rrvV.r., trJ C 1 ll I
ujrunjr w uiau. ou iuiik as vunswaus
and worldlings are so mingled in busi
ness, pleasure, and in religion, that
no one can tell them apart, so long will
the Church be-ppwerless and tire world
;triumphant. "Wherefore, come out
from among them, and be ye separate,
saith the Lord, and touch not the un
clean thing; and I will receive you.an
be a father nnto you, and ye shall be
my sons and daughters, saith the Lord
Almighty." 2 Cor. vi. 17, 18.
The True Democratic Policy.
Gov. Hamilton af the Baltimore banquet.
It ia true that the Republican party
has ceased more or less to be a living
force, and drawn its inspiralion in great
part from memories and traditions.
But as ' aaralnst the Democratic party,
these sentiments have the advantage of
tpeing fresher.and besides are associated
With success and not defeat Tf wim
trhesradVantaget the poisessiotx of the
offices be also considered, and through'
tncui-wm-rimniense patronage tne lte
pobllcart 'party is enabled to wield if.
mttat bs' patent, I think, to thedqllest
comprehension that the 4 Democratic
leveragp, as now operated is jiot suffi
cient to dispossess and oust the enemy.
auu umy iorcejwnicn can overcome the
inertia-ot IteDublieaniam -i an an.
Uve and aggregstye policy, conceived jn
Xiip Uueit national spirit, and with the
resolute purpose of restortaff the lost
sovereientv of the neoni. tha nptt
a-pian iiEftinisr irvwi probability will
succeed : bat If ii is to be turned into a
Anre. scramble tot .the .oflLvMtWilL
most snreiy errci in discomtrtut-e ana de-
leat,. My watenwora for tne pemop
e-'fracratod' riartlcthirly 4hi ybunaf Dem
it... - i i c, an. iLi- i, i vi ;
I " ' w . B m -'
ocracy, i popular ruie, a rree scope; ror
the expansion tne wniorr Taea, ana
perdition to the bosseft,. h J
AMERICAN SILKWORM CUIiTURE.
- ':.s,- : -j,..-.
Aa Exhibition that ia to be Given in
. New York by a Newly-Established
New Toik Bun. . I ., J ;
. The American Silk 'Exqhange was io-
corporatea last weeK, m tnis city by
Colonel Frederick Urfbetotof'-.Tohn W.
'Fleck, Hetraati Ilecke, ICdwafd JpGals-
; At a preliminary meting at 2, .Bond
treet, on Monday, Mr. $mith was elect
ed president Mr. Fle6fcdvlce-pfearicrent,
staci COl. Ufibekant treasurer. The Ex
jdiange wasvQpened Mayj20. :
. .Tho object of this jxchange is to
open up a market for" Aimerican silk
producers, and' encottage silkworm
cultureritftb!s country. Raw silk is
now imported free of duty. American
, cocoons of the best kind have sold it is
said, at a greater profit at Marseilles
tnan could be obtained at home.
'' President Smith sail yesterday to: a
:Sun reporter: - j
tne miys wm not Duv our siifc we
propose to start a mill ourselves, if "we
" . ' ' ww i-" TJ f
jau fa",iia Luuia- " wu-. nui
we shall probably not have to do that,
As the Sun-stated last mebbbrAoierida
consumes annually $8500,000 wortX of
silk-goods, of which $35,000,000 worth
is imppttei and; $50,0w,0w wortfi is
madehere, out all excefct a small frac
ti6frbm imported silk.b t . n..
Altera areteenng mim in Huauviiie,
.Alabama, Salt Lake City and Memphis,
and woman's silk culture "ass6ciatfons
ftf Pmladelphia, San Franafediyaha Sac
ramento. We will bring? them togeth
euand Iry.aad make a common market
for them in ,New York.? r
To attracj, public attention to the
workthe lexenange is preparing to open
oh Jfene' 6th, in Turn Hatt,fcailk exhi
bition at which every fltfp;ju; the cul
ture of the sk worm, sviu be shown.
The cocoons' will be un wound and ""the
siltf spun ancf-woven ih tlre hall. The
xhwiuoa win continue sunlit Septem
ber. liWorms linom Japan, - Italy and
.Franee are to compete with the domes
tic worms. jsggMmporteq ror tne pnr
posrfjre -riotewiig hatchiedlii this city,
anil rathettoaeartv. The young worms
are not yet lfl lear- the mehxHavlhg
them Thdnaf gtf fififW been pril ' to the
despswate strait ! a ' forcing mnlberry
branches platd ift- sweetened water
and kept in hot rooms, but their inge
nuity tLaveMjfialed tliem to keep
step wiin me voraciij.or. tne worms..
"There were so man v Drettv eirison
th' stage in "Favartfthat i really could
hotfoentremy affections on any one of
7theca; I tried most conscientiously, but
1 could not. So soon as my eyes became
fixed oo a short, plump girl irr blue, she
was immediately eeiipsed by a tall.
slender one in white. 1 think 1 inclined
to the white, of whom there were four.
And-tRat reminds me ot a little stoiy
;iOnce upon a time-(so runs the tale)
there lived in China a mandarin who
wore the crystal button. He was a lover
of his kind both kinds, mankind and
womankind so he married. Then his
troubles .began. It is semetimes the case
outJsidepf China. Our mandarin be
came a misognylst. He transferred the
hatred he bore his wife to the whole
sex. Taking his infant son he left the
haunts of met), determined that the boy
should never gaz Upon a female face.
Years passed away. The boy became
a man. Like Colin, he was a youth who
never saw a woman. It goes without
saying that he was happy.
One day tti fattier Was about to go to
the nearest city, as was- his wont at
times, for necessary purchases. Hither
to he had always gone alone. But this
time the son besought him so earnestly
that he weakly yielded, and allowed the
youth to accompany hira. On their way
out of the city they met some curious
beings who wore their hair strangely,
(so thought the son,) and who laughed
and chatted incessantly.
. '"Look, father, look !" cried the son,
"look at those strange creatures. What
are they ?"
"Turn away your head, my son," said
the father hastily; "cover your eyes.
Even the sight of them wreaks evil to
man. They are devils."
The youth reluctantly did as he was
bid, and they returned'to their moun
tain home. But not to their old life, for
the son was moody and taciturn. For
dajs he remained so, till finally the dis
tressed father implored him to reveal
his secret grief. The youth long remain
ed silent, but at last, bursting into tears,
"O father!" cried he, "forgive me, but
that tallest devil-ob, that tallest devil,
This story came to my mind as I gaz
ed upon the tallest of the four d
But then I am not a boy.
Can't Gel It.
Diabetes, Brighl's Disease, Kidney, Urinary or
Liver Complaints cannot be contracted by you or
your ramtly u Hop Bitters are used, and u you al
ready have any of-ti.ese diseases Hop Bitters is
the only medicine that will positively cure you.
Don't forget thht, aad don't get some pulled up
stun that wm only narm you.
WING to recent advances on ICE
J ere North and the high prices ot fuel
are comnelled to advance the D'rtoei ot I
this season dating from and after May 1st.
following will be the rates delivered from
waeon to consumers in any part of the cltv:
2Vh pounds Dally Delivery 85c per week
5 .... KUC
H " ' " ..... HOc
10 " " " .....I.IO
15 ' " " .... . 1.60
20 . r. 2-10
To Restaurants. Ice Cream Dealers. Soda Foun
tains, &c, lVkcber pound. Special contracs for
w e are now manuiactunng a superior quality oi
Ice from distilled water taken from Sorinss thero-
by rendering this IOE the most reslrabre for
domestic uae. Customers who do not desire regu
lar quantities xUlly can procure of the driver or at
the office east ticket All persons are requested
tOteport any lrregdlar'.tles In the reception of th- lr
We also have a large stock select Laths. Lum
ber, 8btnle, c, and Coal for lamlly, foundry
ani smtth's use.
Thankful for a very generom support in the
past we solicit a continuance of the same In the
future, promising on best efforts to please all.
, ANTHONY Sc BRYCE,
may5 lm P. (X. Box 153, Charlotte, N. C.
A DISOHDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
Of the irreaent gineratlon. - It la for the
Core of this disease and. Its attendants,
BICK-HEADACHE, EILIQTJS2TES3, DYS
PEPSIA. COMBTXPATION, PILES, etc.. feat
TUTT'S PILLS haTe eained. a world-wide
reputation. Ko Remedy ha .ever been
discovered that acta go gently, on ffie
digestive organs, giving them rigor to"fi
imilate food. As a, natural result, the
JJervous System la Braoed, the Mnsclej
ere Developed, end the Body Robust.
uiunit nf Mllmia illaa&aM mnt etaillS. X '
nearly discouraged when X twgaa tta u of
1- u ul a rum -, 4iw rvwu 1
my laborer soon became hearty oaa rOBua
araraeanll Irill T I Hir I
. wa nuuui r ii mIuiuiu hnmora. trntt
mum tb kowela to stet nsAanaiy WtUU
ont whteta no ono md tool wou
' Trytbtemmeofirifly,rtf yowwOlfi
niooau etrOBW Horvoa, mmm uvm,
i or una vi
4 sold p uraggiaM, n r - y "w
The only known Specific Remedy for Epl'epttc Fds.
Cures Enflentfe Fits. SDasvis. ConvKlstbns. SL
rVitoa Datoce, Vertigo, Histories, Insanity, Apoplexy, i
faraiysisaneumatism, neuralgia, airaaurierv
ons Diseases. This lnlalUbie remedy will positive
ly, eradicate, every species of Nervous Derange-.
ment.'and drive' them away from whence they.
eame, atfver to-return again. It utterly destroys
we germs 01 disease Dy neutralizing me Hereditary
taint or-poison ti the System, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cares Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
corrhosaor Whites. Painful Menstruation, Uleera-
notrof tbe.Uruftv Internal Jlpatt .raveljluflam-
nr"wrMfnine8 at' nlcht thre is aaftaatter
reMdr-n During toe change 01 lire no jremaiei
should be wlihout it It quiets the Nervous system
and gfyeslteBt, comfort, and naturd' sweet sleep.
Oima alenhallsm. Drunkenness and the .1
the, habit ot
Ontum Eatine. These deerradlna habits are by far
the worst evils that have ever befallen Buffering
hnmsnltc- Thousands die annually from' these
noxious drag&I The dtonixhrd drinkfe liquor notj
because he Ukes It, but for the pleasure of drink-!
ingand treating his Triendi, lrttlethtofclhg that ha
Is on hi road to mln. Like the Oplmn Eater, ha
first uses the drug In small Quantities ai a harmless;
antidote. The loAthlae Influence ot tna Hrug
takes strong hold upon Its. victim, leading him on
to bis own destruction. The habits ol Opium
Katinzand Llouor Drinking are Meciaely what
eating Is to allmentlveneas, as over eating first in
flames the stomach, which redoubles its cravtagS
hnta It paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
So even drink of Uoilor or dose of opium. Instead
f gaUsfytnft only adds to Its fierce fires, until it
consumes the vital force and then Itself. Like the
irhi tonous tan-worm, it cries "Hive, give, give!"
but never enough until Its own rapacity devours
Itself. " 8amarfran Nervine gives instant relief In
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets tne nerves,
builds up the nervous sstem. and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
sthma - Bronchitis. Bcrofula. byDbllls, diseases
of the Kidneys and all diseases of the Urinary Or-
mni Nrvnm TtehlHtv. caused by the Indiscre
tions of youth, permanently cured by the use of
this invaluable remedy. To you, young, middle
aged, and old men, who are covering your suffer
t gs as with a mantle by silence. IojK up, you can
be saved by timely efforts, and make ornaments
tn nnrterv. and tewela In the crown of your Maker,
If you will. Do not keep this a secret longer, untlt
vitaia. and destroys both body and
soul. If you are thus afflicted, take DR. "RICH
MOND S SAMARITAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest premature dely and
impart tone and energy to me wnoie r-ysim.
nuKMt m nttio tri of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but it cured her. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. rjmu dub,
Has been tte means of curing my wife of rheuma
tism. J. B. FLKTCKEB, FOrt UHlinS, UOl.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
K B. balls, uaosvuie, ajuj.
Cured me of vertlg-i, neuralgia and sick headache.
Mas. Wm. Hxnson, Aurora, I1L
Was the means of caring my wife of spasms.
JOT. 4. A. sdim, weaver, ra.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over $3,000
witn outer doctors. a- d. nuuoun.
new ailmui7, iuu.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family pbyknan. It having over iuu i nours-
HIMBT lurxx, vervuia, warren cwnnvj, ioifu.
Cured me of scrofula alter suffering tor eignt
Albkbt Simpson, Peoria, :
Cured my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. w. ihobktoh ciaioom, mmto.
Cured me permanently
epilepsias of a stub-
REV. WM. MARTIN,
Cured tny son of fits, after having had 2,500 in
eighteen months. mks. & rums.
west rwuuuik xi.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
MISS UBLXNA JB.AKMHM.I..
Granby, Newton county. Mo.
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob sum, ax. joeepn, no.
Cured me ot bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. ouvebMyehs ironton, ynio.
Has cured me of asthma; also scrofula of many
years' standing. Isaac Jkwxu Covington, xy.
Cured me of fits.
teen well for over
Chaklks E Ctjktis.
Osakls, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia
badly. Michael, o cokkxb, Bldgway, fa.
Has nermanently cured me of enlleDtle fits.
DAVID TBXXBLT, DOS ALOlnes, 10WS.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 88 years standing
i uuiiix uljlbx, ratfoeia, men.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of me bead
S. Gbakax, North Hop, ru
Cored mrson'of fits. He has1 not ha? Jt ;
alMat four rears. v - Xtilix.
Woodbum, Macoupin oouny. au.
Is tor sale by druggtsts 7X7aTuH iS n u5iaeJ
mi' lU'l" www ut wnisntu
evldenee of the evraUv
v v an
wrffinA win niiuua win
tormeopT of our If,
rlvlntr hiindreat of l.tUt
tffq from por
M lao their
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' The ffllowlnc Schedule an Car
recced by th Rrllrad Offlcl&la, and
mar Relied on m Correct i
North arolin Xtaijroad,
TRAINS GOIS8 XAST.
Date, April 30th, 183-
Leave Charlotte, .. .
" Sallsbwy, v.
'4 OO am
f .lu ata
4 40 p oa
No. 17-Datb- except Saturdny,
' " WaVe Greensboro.. 6 O0pm
Arrive, at RjrU.kh,....1.5i m
Arrive at Golds boro... 7.20 a m
, fl 0. si-connects, at Greensboro' with RAD.
S. R. for nil points North, East end West, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with CtW U. R for Wil
mington m Jio. S3 -Connect at Sallstrary with W. N. C. R.
R. for all points in Western Nonh Carolina; dally
at Greensboro with ft, ft D. it R. for ail Dolnts
Jftfoth, East and West m?
TRAINS OOUre WEST.
Date, April 80th, 1882.
I Q.00 a m
I TIN a-m
SArnve Htilsbero, . .
Leave Gtensbof, . . v. . . . ,
Arrive Blgh Point
10,10 am i
1.00 p m .
Mo. 18-DU; except Sunday,
Leave Goldfboro, . . 2 50 p m
Arrive ai Balelgh, ..7.10pm
. Lewve Raleicn A 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 pm
No. 60 -Connects at Charlotte with A,& C. Air
Llne for all points In the South and -tcfuttiweet
and with C, C & A. R. R. for all ppltits bouth and'
M. 62 Connects at 'Charlotte with A. AC Air-'
Line for all DOhits South and R,iihawiii- at rrha'
lotte with C.M ft A. Ii. It. for Bll noliits Month and!
' ? S':-'ti. O.' ft I LliO A .
Xeave Srten)R)..:i.i p;25i
4 rrlv Kerne rayllle. ,..r 10.41 p
iirlv'8alem.v..j..'.i.....r.'. .J... 11.25 p
NOl 6Dikuy, except 8oday.
'u Nd. 61 Dally, except 8ndayi ' '
LeavBaleBlA w..J 5. Ml aim
Arrive Kernersvl le. 560am,
Arrive Greensboro. 7.00 to;
NO. 58 Dally.
Leave Salem.. .... 6.00 nm
Arrive Kemersvllle ft.40D m
Arrive Greensboro SOOpmi
STATE VNIVERMI I'V RAILROAD.
Leave cnapei tw 1 0.4O m rn
Arrive University 1 r.4(r a! m
12.10 p m
1.09 v m
Arrive Cbapet mil,.
Pailian SieaM Cars WiMLCIiiie
On Train No. 50, .New York apd Atlanta via Wash
lngton and Danville, and between (rreensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
tar Through Tickets bn sale" at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldsboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest, West, North
and East. i r Km (grant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address, ;
. A. jrUFH,
General Passenger Agent
may2 Richmond, Va i
'i' " r-r
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
9On and after April 30th, 1882, the passen-
fu train service on the Atlanta x Uharlotte Air
lne division of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte, M.
Arrive Gatonut, L
Arrive Spartanburg. K
1.00 a mil 2.50 o m
2.02 a nil 1.47 pm
4.81 a m
4 06 pm
7.03 p m
8.80 p m
9.46 p m
1240 a m
Arrive tireenvliie, it
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa. F
5.59 a m
7.43 a m
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Lula, E
10.37 a m
Arrive Lula. K ,
4 51 p m
5.22 p m
5.69 p m
4.00 a m
6.50 a m
7.41 a m
Arrive Kahun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, r
Arrive Seneca, G.
Arrive Greenville. TL
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
6.40 p m
10.06 p m
Arnve u&stoma, l
Arrive Charlotte, M
A with arriving trains ot Georgia Central and A.
W. P Railroads. ;
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. ;
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads. I
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad. .
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athena. Ga. '
F witn juberton ait-Line to and rrom jsiDenon,
u witn uMimwia ana reesvuie to ana irom
Columbia and Charleston, 8. C. - . .
u with Columbia 'and wreermne to and irom
Colombia and Charleston, 8. C
K with SDartanbare and Ashevuie. and spartan-
borg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Asheville, and Alston and Columbia.
L witn uneater ana ienou narrow uaugaw ana
from Dallas ana Chester. , - t
with C. C. 4 A.. C. C, R. D.and A.. T. AO.
Cnr Ail.-kmlnta VL Nnrth and RflAt.
frtiuman n Mn nMW RArvice on trains nos. olc
and 51 dafly, without change between AUanta and
Kwif A vi mm : , , ,
G neral Passenger ana Tinet Ager u
T. M B. Taloott,
Gene ai Manager.
L Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C.,.C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, April 30th, 1882.
No. 62. No. 4&
Leave Charlotte , i . . , p m
Arrive Reck Bill,.... .. 2.88 pm
Arrive Cbester, auhi p m
Arrive Wlnnfboro,.. " 4.85 pm
Arrtve' Columbia... 6.00 p m
Leave Columbia 6.07 p m 6.15 a m
Arrive Lexington, 6 50pm 7.15 am
Arrive Ridge Spring, 8 02pm 8.80 am
Arrive Granltevtlle 9. 1 2 p m 9.40 a m
Arrive Augusta, 10.15P m 10.22 am
No. 18, No. 20,
Leave Charlotte, 6 0am 6.05 pm
Arrive Rock Hill 8.25 a n- 7 47 p in
Arrive Chester 10.12 am 9.12 pm
Arrive Winnsboro, 12 55 pm 11.15pm
Arrive Columbia, 4.80 p m 2 1 8 a m
Leave Columbia, ...
Arrive Ridge Spring
Arrive Granite vllle
Train No. 52, Dally- Connects at Columbia with
th s. C R. R. for Char eston. and with theC 4
G. R. R. for Alston. Newberry. Abbeville. Ac.
Auessta with Central Georgia R R for Macon,
Rnvu.nnh and Florida, nnlnta.
Train No. d. Dallv- Connects at Aususrs
the Georcrta H. R. and Central Gecrg R. R.
M .nnn. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida Dolnts.
Train Nos. 1 8 and UO. loeaL triweekly,
daTs. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Trains from theiouth airive at Charlotte, pas
semrer.' dally. tU 85 p. at freight, dally except
Sunday, at K.4a a-m. and 4 45 p. m
ATLANTIC, TINNEV8BE & OHIO PIT I8ION.
Train No. 58, Daily,
Leave Charlotte. . 5 00 p m
Arrive at Statesvllle, 7 05 p ra
Train No. 2, Dally, ,
Leave Statesvllle 7 55 a m
' - Arrive al Charlotte. ..40.00 am
Tickets sold to all points fiouth. Southeast
rover Miewtd on local ticket. , .a. POPE.
allowed on local ticket.
B. Tax oott. GenTF
f J1 TAt ooTT. GenT Passenger Agent
mba. April soih, 1882..
t, ei. d ir jii7 SSTaSSSLS:
l?Zrr!rti Umtr without (iipiork
.. . yartety Just received at the
Lot of elegant
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CHESTS.
ELY, FAN8 AND FLT TRIPS.
ICE CBBAITI FREt ZGHS, t tntde.
AiawTIUHT FRUIT JAU.
WATER COOLERS'. FORCKLAIN LINED.
Mocking Bird Cages, Canary and Breeding Ca6
r : -.. ' ''. . '
" Baby Swings, etc, etc
.- , ,
- - V - i
k4f A full lira nF China rv.wba m.
Lam os. Fancy fried' and Siiw niat J.'
1ways on hand, who esale and retail at TeasoDable
MV9 A ICnOd 4 IQ Uo C VC&41.
33 IPNT, B03XtMAS8.
6 wi I'd
Metallurgists, Assayers and AnalyUcal ChemNts
GOLD muftftlLVEfl HEFIKEHN.
PractlcaltBnsJX Ojes 100 lh$Jpd upwards.
REFRACTORY OUEti TREATRI),
Surveys, Mine Examinations. Reports, fetches
and Maps joade. Constructions of werkn
and Supplies Furnished.
The Nw ftlajl'Mttf Works
GOLD, SIL.VEB, -COPPER
or PHUCli t:n
COPPER MATTi; .AHD JA8E BULLION
. .. Treated on-Reasonable Teims.
T OMAS felNN3,.. ........ MSffALLCBGIST.
A. H. KIDNEY,. .Mining Enoinekb.
JOHN HOLLIDAY..... ...Pbof. Chkmist
mar8 tf . .. ... ,
CON S T, A N T L Y
WHICH I WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH
BOTH WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.
CURES WHEN 4&LL OTH&R
If you doubt, come to see us. and we will
or charge nothing! II
Write for particulars, and a copy of the little boot
"Message to the Unionunaie Suffering."
Ask any prominent DmggU-t as to our Standing
ty $1000 KKWABI) will be paid to any chemist
who will find on analysis of 100 bottles of S.
one panicle of Mercury, loolde of Potassium, or
any Mineral substance. ..
bWlFT SPECIFIC CO.. Props ,
Vrtf nf 8ma l Size "99
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Parry & Go.s
' At ttliLm TL m XZmmuJJ for elcws
wB4aBo:and fniiimrxilril vjkh iTtmr dlfTerent
t IT "y.et tor ww ma Hold braUflrat
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