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tiAILY OHAfeLOf OiTSEfiVMi FEfBlAY, imfe 2 1 8 8 21.
THl BOO FOB THE TMBj-n that sena
I "TEE W9IKX Of MeEK-OsIS.1' Tne story
WAJnTO- 838 Broadway. N. Y.
Wlrf get lataable Information JBXbydln
HIDCC IMPROVED BOOT BEER, 2oe.
IhXO package makes 6 gallons of a de
lirious, wholesome, sparkling temperance
beverage. Ask your druggist, or sent by
G IN G E R
Cures complaints of Women and diseases of the
.ir!k nJLi. T.tmm. Liver and Kidneys, and
TenUreTy different from Bitters, einger, K
and other Tootes, aslt .never lntodcawa, fifty
in and SI tfm -Large savings! buying l sfcev
. m m i HloOOX A CO , New york.
A rent Wanted far Salll raa'n
I R EL All D O F HJ-DAY.
( introduction byTneWPoirerO Connor, JL P.)
Centuries of English oppression set forth. It de
scribes IreUtd's rain and the people's despera
tion. It shows how the land was confiscated and
the Industries destroyed. It espnlna tb Land
IagiTtt?Lsd Set, and 45 Coemoa BUL
Contaths 83 engraving and map m ectors. Prtoe
only S2 per copy. Bales immense. Bend fifty
cent for full outfit and begin work at once, For
full particulars, address . nn
J. C McCUBDY 4 CO..
czonan pagsa co.
Tateai rottafcia CiraalaT
AIM mSXOOUmf Bft cww
5 v. scaxozDxs ST.,
Oris sad Floor KlDa, Water Wheels, Wood Working
sad BamTMscmnerT. Slrlwrle Mill, drenhr Bawm,
PZR Will can be made in any locality.
Something entirely new for agents. So out-
O. W. UtUKAHIM x uj., uosion. siass.
rocers Commission Merchants,
TBTON STREET, CHARLOTTE, N. C
Offer to the Hade the jargest stock of GROC1RIE
and PBOTISION8 in the city, at prices as low as
the lowest Call and examine our
btrjlng. All orders
tentlon and satisfaction guaranteed;
TIBDiY &? BROTHER;
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
Including all ths latest novelties
nATS klubibi LINE.
I. .aa as . . "
u wi uw new styies, colors and qualities.
Onr Pattern Bats and Bonnets
W awsv m
It; feiA. Milt .AJ
i r ve m. t la t
nf f it! Jt
Mrs; P; Query..
Also, all the new styles god analltles of lacea
embracing White Goods, Jjeck w'ar Hoderr'
IS A S7KKDT OIKS' FOB
Bttnd or Bleeding Piles, Hemorrhoids, Sores, Ul
cers, Tumors, Itching of the Farts, Fistulas
and all Kindred Diseases; also of Bums,
Coras, Felons. Fever bores, Scald
t '. Head, Tetter. Sore Nipples, etc . ;
' f ' S Atlanta, GajAngost 25, 1877.
Fief an experience of twenty-Ore years laseil-
una ointment, and during Xhat time having
1 closely watefced-lis effects, and .having me testi
mony of my friends and neighbors to confirm my
confidence In Its merits. I became f ally satisfied of
it value, and i nave Doagni me exclusive ngni u
make and sell it, and offer It to jou as the best
rvmedy In the world, especially lor all forms of
READ THE TESTIMONIALS:
i hi. tn rtifv that I have tried Prior's Pile
Ointment m a case of piles, and state that It gave
more relief than anything I have ever tried , I far
ther state that as a remedy for bursa Tt U unpar
alleled. I also used it for a ease cl tetter- m my
feet of twenty feats' standing, and say that It is
the first thing that I have ever tried that gave me
more than momentary relief. I consider now that
1 am entirely relieved from tht distressing ds
wuuouucu JOHN D. NEWSoN.
m . Troop county, ua.
Having been afflicted for ten -years, at lntervaK
with that distressing malady, the piles, and after
many Ineffectual trials of the remedies In common
Be, I commenced a short time ago to use your
Pile. Ointment I experienced immediate re lie I.
From the relief experienced tn ray case. as. weM as
from the reputation so rapidly acquired by yoiar
Ointment in this vicinity. 1 have no hesitancy In
expressing the opinion that it is the mos: efficient
tna. fa . p r invented-
. o. A. BULL,
rix. i. t iwruf that I nsed Prvor's Ointment in
Af . htrm and that in a very few days
It was entirely relieved of all Inflammation, and
healed rapidly. After the first application of the
Ointment, the patient suffered no nam i wnawver.
t. it, mm nt Mr. Vvnn. I nsed rour Pile
Ointment on a servant girl who had been suffering
for eight sears with a moss aggravwau woui
piles, 8be Improved from the very Crstxljrs use
nt tit otntment. and before using the box she
was entirely recovered. G. W. FOSTKB,
This Is to esrtlfy that I have used Poor's Pile
ntntmont and rat that it Is. In my opinion, the
hMt mmiT for Diles ever d resented to the pnbnc
I say this from a positive application of the reme
dy on my own person. i nui. d. Ji'juua".
T " Troup county, Ga.
TnraA'Ahv Ml dealers la-medicine. Price 60
cents per box. Sent by mall on receipt of price.
JJH. J. BttAl)FIKLD.
For sale by Dr. T. C. Smith, Charlotte, N. C.
The feeble and emaciated, suffering from drs
nAnMik or indieestkm in any form, are advised for
thA akA nf their own bodily and mental comfort,
to try Hostetter's Stomach BUters. Ladles of the
most delicate constitution testify to its harmless
nnri ita rMtomtive Dronertles. Phislcians every
where, disgusted with the adulterated liquors of
commerce, prescribe it as ti.e safest and most re
liable of all stomachics.
FOB SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
Disease is an effect, not a cause. Its origin Is
within ; Its manifestations without Hence, to cure
the disease the caubi must be removed, atd In
no other way can a cure ever be effected. WAR
NER'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIVER CORE Is es
tabfljbed off lust this principle. It realizes that
t.v V N pen i put
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 composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and kkhtobkh. and, by placing them la a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the sys
iFor the Innumerable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs; for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
and for physical1' derangements generally, this
grea remeor nas no equal. Beware or imposters,
imitations and eonoocuons said to De rust as good
For Diabetes, aik for WARNER'8 SAFE DIA
BETES CUBE. For sale by all dealers.
II, II. 1VAHHEK dc CO.,
Itochester, It. Y
THE KING'S MOUNTAIN
ALL-HEALING SPRINGS CO.
Will open for the season of 1 882, on the 1 5th day
of May. They have enlarged their hotels to ac
commodate 200 guests, and have added every
amusement calculated to promote health and com
fort These wonderful waters cure Dytfpepsla,
Sick Headache, Constipation and all Derange
menU of th- Digestive Organs All 8kln Diseases,
and Ulcers of every klndr Scrofula, Catarrh and
au Kidney Affections yield to their healing virtues.
Syphilitic patients who bad visited Hot Springs of
Arkansas without relief, found it here last season.
The Waters have a peculiarly beneficial effects up
on Female Complaints, and many distressing
cases were cured last season. Thn owners intend
to make this the most complete Health Resort in
the United States. Besides a Table d'hote they
will ooen a Restaurant, and vlMtors mar suit their
tastes and their purses. KxcuMon tickets will be
issuea irom an points to King's Mountain, the de
pot for the -e Springs. Kor further information,
address DR. V.il GARHETT, Manager, King's
Mountain, N. C apr27 8m
YORK RIVER LINE,
TO BALTIMORE andALjb POINTS NORTH.
Dally except BuDda.
Note the reduced first-class ratts to
" Danville, -
8.20 p m
8.55 p m
4.40 p m
12 25 p m
with tha morning trains for Pb iadelpola arro
Ka York ' '
Br this line the ODD-rtunltr is alrn of spending
a few hours pleassutly In Richmond before de-
For further lnfoimatlon apply to agents at the
Dove namea points, . vvrm,
may) 9 Geu'l Pui. Agtat,
CleavelaDd Mineral Spriop,
OPENED MAT 16tb, 1881 . 1 "
THESE Springs are two miles from Shelby. 54
mlUHi west of Charlotte, and wtthlrll rafte oi
Carolina Central Hatlwsr runnlns from Char.
oueibf.,Hfeks will be at the Spring'
VU WIHMIItfTirf kiUU ' "
COID A"$D WaEH bates,
T i T ''A
ind FMf ilphorKDd Chalitwat
V "Tari and fMf )lphorDd Chilitwats Viltrv
i ! iv 'iifj j im nuwt uid t, i a gooQ smng
1 . -ir4 tirt.MfMauaMirenr bcoomraodtv
nuns htnuinMi to the hotel.
Z 12311. ""V" rb-jtt
P.- " S I I 1 M ' Ul SB7
sot tunusf partlouiars Mdress -mavtittr
. Mo8. POSTOW,
TwentT-niue new lawyers have been
admitted to the bar of Maryland.
The postoffice at Lone Branch. K. J
will hereafter be known as "Lone
Branch Village" and East Lone Branch
as "Long Branch."
An immense number of icebergs.
seme of them sixty feet high, are nine
mues on Devil s island lignt-nouse sta
tion, outside Halifax harbor.
Fifteen families, the first installment
of Jewish refugees from Russian perse
cution, have arrived at Winnipeg, Mini-
toba, ana tnree Hundred more are re
In a momentary fit of passion Tues
day a young Woman twenty years of
age shot and killed herself with a pistol
in South Baltimore.
At Pleasant Grove, Luneburg county,
Va a few days ago, while Richard
Wallace, a well-known citizen of that
county, was engaged in a playful scuffle
with Henry Johnson, colored, a pistol
in Wallace s hand was accidentally dis
charged, fatally wounding Johnson.
Dr. Hoffman, editor of the Germania,
at Quincy, 11L was shot Monday by Gus
and Casper Hell hake and Dr. T. B.
Spear. He is still alive, but in a doubt
f ul condition. An article in the Ger
mania is supposed to have led to the
The debt of New Hampshire is a trifle
over S3.O00.006. The reduction of debt
since 1881 is $42,000.
There la great excitement in Dakota
over Secretary Teller's decision opening
the Turtle mountain district.
No outbreak Jias occurred in Egypt,
although the situation is exceedingly
critical. England suspects the good
faith of the Porte. Four additional
English war vessels have been ordered
to Alexandria. Arabi Bey claims that
the Khedive is already deposed, and
that Prince. Halim will succeed him
The bankers at Alexandria are report
ed to be sending away their specie and
THE KILN AINU AM COMPACT.
The Text of Parnell's Letter to O'Shea,
Upon Which Gladstone Acted
The following is the text of Mr. Par
nell's letter to Mr. O'Snea, which has
caused such exciting debates in the
British House of Commons, the fina
paragraph being omitted in the first
readme ana suosequentiy Drougnt out
JviLMAiKiiAM, April 28, 18S2. Dear
Mr. O'Shea: I was very sorry that you
had left the Albert Mansions before I
reached London from Eltham, as 1 had
wished to tell you that after our con
versation I had made up my mind that
it would be proper for me to put Mr.
M Uarthy in possession of the vmws
which 1 had previously communicated
1 desire to impress upon you the ab
solute necessity of a settlement of the
arrears question, which will leave no
recurring sore connected with it, aim
which will enable us to show the small
er tenants that they have been treated
with justice and some generosity, l he
proposal which you have described to
me as suggested, in some quarters oi
making a loan, over however many
years of repayment it might be suread,
should be absolutely respected for the
reasons I have already fully explained
If the arrears question De settled on
the line indicated by us I have every
confidence a confidence shared by my
colleagues that the exertions we
should be able to make, strenuously
and unremittingly, would effectually
stop outrages and intimidation of all
As regards permanent legislation of
an ameliorating character, I may say
that the views you hare always shared
With me as to the policy of leasehold
ers bein admitted to" the benefit of the
fair rent clauses of the act are more
confirmed than ever. So long as the
flower of the Irish tenantry are kept
outside of the act it can not be a per
manent settlement of the land question,
which we all so much desire.
I should also strongly hope that
some compromise might be arrived at
this session with regard to the tenure
clauses of the land act. It is unneces
sary for me to dwell on the enormous
advantages to. be derived from the full
extension of the purchase - clauses,
which now teem practically to have
been adopted by all parties.
The accomplishment of the pro
gramme which I have sketched out to
you would, in my judgment, be regard
ed by the country as a practical settle
ment of the land question, and 1 be
lieve that the government at the end of
the session would, from the state of the
country, feel themselves thoroughly
justified in disje ising with further ct
The accomplishment of the pro
gramme 1 have sketched out here
would in my judgment be regarded by
tha country as a practical settlement of
the land question, and would, I f et 1
sure, enable us to co-operate cordially
in the future with the liberal party in
forwarding liberal principles, and that
the government, at the end of the ses
sion would from the state or the coun
try, feel themselves thoroughly justifi
ed in dispensing with further coercive
Yours very truly,
Chaulks S. Paiinell,
A HAPLESS LIFE
Drought to an End by a Suicidal Hand
Various Mishaps Recounted.
Griffin, May 30. Aleck Parish.
formerly of Griffin hut more recently of
Senoia, committed suicide at the latter
place to-day. Ills relatives were inform
ed of the fact by the mayor of Senoia
this afternoon. No particulars of the
cause which led the young man to com
mlt the rnsh act are known at this time.
Parish was not without a history in
this community. He was knocked off
he rai r jad tr. ci here live or six years
ago wtiiie asleep ana Darely escaped an
untimely end. a year or two later he
was run over by a horse and sulky at
the race track here and was laid out for
dead. He rallied from this collision.
however, and was up again soon with
only a broken arm. After this accident
he had his skull badly fractured by
heavy rock in a difficulty here on the
street at night. It was thought for
weeks that he would surely die. but he
did not. He got well and again went
forth to battle with the fates. He was
next heard from after Coup's circus
went through here, about a year ago.
inventing a contrivance that would toss
him in the air similar to the machine
he had seen in the circus which sen
Lula forth like a rocket Parish's in
vention consisted of two very strong
hickory saplings, bent down to the
f round and tied with ropes, a board be
ng placed across upon which to spread
nimseir. At a given signal the ropes
were cut and away he flew some 75 or
100 feet, missing the pile of straw he
had fixed to drop on, coming down
upon a lot of .stumps and brush. Once
more he was picked ud almost lifeless.
but ioon revived, got well again and
went v senoia some time since, from
which place the news comes to us that
his career is at last ended by his own
; Will Par Five Hollar.
MllttmClirontel.' W,tm (
n .WtwiltpariwS'orihe ;ight ot a
weak-kneed Democrat who has gone
overwrjnay hereafter go oyer to, the
Itadlcal party and can swear that he,
carried a clean conscience with v him
no eye on an office and n hope "tf re
war4for turning bis coat, p; , ,
or kged men, woman, weak and slekly ehlldren
without a rival. Will not eaese headaeb, Brown's
Ironbtuers, ' - ,
Competitive Grain Frbm India
Last year S35.000.000 of wheat was
exported from Northern India, and dur
ing March last March $5,000,000 worth
was sent to .Europe by way of the Suez
canal. This export would not have
been made, perhaps, but forthehieh
prices prevailing in the United States.
But the significance of European im-,
portationsof grain grown by the "cheap
labor" of India is easilv nerceived.
Russia has hitherto been the chief com
petitor of the United States in the gram
markets of Europe, but the American
rarmer is threatened with new opposi
tion when European capital and intel
ligence shall have learned to give direc
tion to the energies of the crowded pop
ulations of India. A good crop in Eu
rope, India and Russia, next harvest,
with a fair crop in the United States.
would send the price of wheat down to
very low figures next fall. A poor crop
here and a fair crop abroad would alter
our commercial prospects materially.
and emphasize the doctrine that the
time has come for the farmer to be pro
tected in his turn by havine some of
the tariff charges laid for the supposed
benefit of manufacturers removed. If
the tariff raises the wages of factory
hands, it also raises the price of farm
bands, and thus makes the cost of pro
ducing a bushel of grain too great to
permit its export except under the most
favorable conditions. A lower tariff
means a lower standard of expense for
everv article produced, and by that
much an increased ability to enter for
eign markets with our grain, cloth, ma
chinery and other wares. An era of
high prices is of no advantage to any
body when it means merely that figures
paid are large on all articles alike. In
the days of the Confederacy a barrel of
flour cost sometimes hundreds of dol
lars and a lawyer's fee ran up among
the thousands: but neither farmer nor
lawyer found himself belter off for bis
OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of $1,000.000 to which a reserve
fund of S.S50.000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A. D. 1879.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never ncale or (iotinne. Look at the follow
.-K X D P It O Tl E A n K CONCEKT,
during which will take place the
14-jiU a H A !V I Tlo T T U I, V
and ti e
Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing
At JVw Orlean,
Tl EsDAY, JUE 13 b, 1S,
Under the personal supei vision and managemen
oT UKN. G. T. BEaUKKuAHO. of Louisiana, and
Gen JUBAL A. KAttLY, oi Virginia.
CAPITAL rftlZP, (100,000.
i3e NOTICE -Tickets a-e Ten Dollars
Halves, 85. Fifths. $2. Tenths, 81.
LIST OF PRIZKS;
I rapltal Prize of $100,000
I Grand Prize of fiO.iHJO
1 Grand Prize of 20.0(H)
2 Large Prizes of 1 0 (XX)
4 Luve Prizes of 5 000
20 Prizes of ),(00
50 Prizes of 500
100 Prizes if H00
2(H) Prizes of 20()
800 Prizes of (00
10,000 Prizes of 10
100 AporoximattOL Prizes of 2X)
lOO Approximation Prizes of 100
1UO Approximation razes oi io....
1 1,279 PiUea, aiiKntuu( to.,
Gen. . T. Beaurenard. of La.
Gen. Jubal A. Early, of V i. f wu"""x""u''
APD'lc-atlon for rates to Ciuhs should only be
maoe to 'he office ot the company in New Orleans,
Kor information appry to
II. A. 1JAUPU1N,
New Orleans, La,
or M a. d rpers.
1 27 La Bulle Street. Chicago. Els.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh street. Washington, D. u.
The New Y rk office is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWDiO OF THE
In the City of Louisville, on '
FRIDAY, JUNE 30th, 1882.
These drawings oecur monthly (.Sundays exeept-
ed under nrovlslons of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81,
Miutanul tha tnUnmina (WwHalnna;
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany Is legaL
2d Its drawlnss are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserv
fond. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prise, 80,000
1 Prize 10,000
1 Prize, ,f.poo
10 Prizes. 81,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 500 each, 10,000
inn Priwui t no each 10.000
200 Prizes, 5Q each 1 0,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 12,000
1000 Prises. 10 each.., 10,000
a PriTM. ftHOO each. Annroxlmatlon Prizes S2.700
9 Prizes. 200 " M " 1.800
fl Prizes. 100 " 900
1,960 Prizes 1 12,400
Whole Tickets. S2; Half Tickets, Jl; 27 Tickets,
i50; 55 Tickets, 31 00.
itAmtt Monev or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders of
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our ex
pense. Address all orders to
R. tt. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal Build
Louisville. Ky. 01 809 Broadway New York
HOW TO TELL
GENUINE SI.TIMONS LIVER REGU-
LATOIi; Oil MEDICINE.
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER with
the red symbolic letter stamped upon It In the
form of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of our trade. Soatuta.
Mortar and Graduate wi b the words A Q. SIM-
aifJSto LIY4B Hr.UUlATUBOr MEUiuiNKinere
on, also observe the signature of J. H. ZEILIN 4
w., in tea ink on the "de,
TAKE NO OTHER.
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out nostrums known to sour,
and being anali zed proe orihles and only made
10 neece tne puniio, and u, pirate on the well earn-
ea reputation or zeiiin 4 Co's. medicine
irauas nave no repi.tatlon to sustain end will
cueui you ior a iew penneys every way they can.
Hvm Who Endrkea the Oenalne.'
Bon. Alex H Stephens,
Rt, Rev. Jno. W. Beck with, Bishop of Ga.,
tien; Jno. B Gordon, U. S. fcenator I
Rt Rev. Bishop Pierce.
-Hon. Jno, GiHtthoiter,
r ,J Edgar Thompson,
Hon. h. H. HtU,
! Bon. J. 0. Breckinridge, .
Prof. David Willis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
f Lewis Wander, Assistant P. M. Falla, Pa,
and toots sands of others from whom we have let
ters of commendation and reeommeodation
It is eminently a Family Medeolne; and by be
ing kept-ready -for Immediate resort will save
snarly an aour of suffering and many a dollar In
lime and doctors' bills. .- -11 ,
(:m , j. si. itfcu Ac no.. ',
Bold bylatrjBespeetahle Pruggists.;
fb24 . 1
tw NEVER FAILS.
The only known Specific Remedy for Epfeptic Fits.
Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, St
Vitus Dance, Vertigo, Hlsterics, Insanity, Apoplexy.
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and ail Nerv
ous Diseases. This infallible remedy will positive
ly eradicate every species of Nervous lei an ge
nie nt, 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, and utterly destroys the
SA 51 A RITA IV NERVINE
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
corrhoea or Whites, Painful Menstruation, Ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Beat, Gravel, Inflam
mation ot the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder.
For Wakefulness at nlgbt, 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 aredy far
the worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drugs. The arunKara annas nquor no
because he likes it, but for the pleasure of drink
ing and treating bis friends, little thinking that he
is on his road to tuln. Line the Opium Eater, he
first uses the drug In small quHntliles as a harmless
antidote. The sootning influence or. we arug
takes strong hold upon its victim, leading him on
to his own destruction. The habits of Opium
Katineand Liauor Drinking are precisely what
eating Is to alimenUvenens, as ever eating first in-
names the stomacn, wmcn reaouoies ns cravings
until It paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
So every drink of liquor or dose of opium, Instead
of satisfying, only adds to its fierce fires, until it
consumes the vital force and then itself. Like the
gtu tonous tape-worm, It cries "tfive, give, giveP'
Dot never enougn until us own rapacuy aevours
Itself. Samaritan Nervine gives instant relief in
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets the nerves.
builds up the nervous sjstem. and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma, Bronchitis, scrofula, bypnuis, diseases
of the Kidneys and all diseases of the Urinary Or
gans. Nervous Debility, caused by the indiscre
tions oi youtn, permanently cureu oj toe use ui
this Invaluable remedy. To you, young, middle
aged, and old men, who ere covering your suner
Ir g as with a mantle by silence, look up. yea can
be saved by timely efforts, and make ornaments
to society, and Jewels In the crown of your Maker,
If you will. Do not keep this a secret longer, until
it saps your vitais, ana aesiroys dow ooay ana
soul. If you are thus afflicted, take DR. RICH
MOND'S SAMARITAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest prx mature delay and
Impart tone and energy to the whole tjstem.
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but it cured ner. sne can now mi anu
hear as well as anybody. Pxtxb Rosa,
Has been the means of curing my wife of rhetrma
tlsm. J. B. Flitchier, Fort coinns, uol
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
K. B. Balls, Hattsvuie, &an.
Cured me of vertigo, nc
la and sick headache.
N80N, Aurora, UL
Was the means of curing my wife of spasms.
BBY. J. A. SDia, nearer, m.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over $3,000
with other doctors. . MojaoM,
new AiDany, inu.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
740 West Tan Buren street, Chicago, I1L
SAMARITAN NERVINE '
Cured onr child of Ms after given np to die by our
family physician. It having over 100 In 24 hours .
iiiNBT aiixx, vervuia, warren cuuuij, xcuu
of scrofula after suffering for eight
Albbbt 8IXF8ON, Peoria, I1L
Cured ray son of fits, after spending 52,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thobhtok, Clalbom, Miss.
Cured me permanently
of epileptic filsofastub-
RXV. WM. MABTIlt,
Mechanics town, Md.
Cured my son of file,
after having had 2,500 In
Mrs. E. Fobe3.
West Portsdam. N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss Ori.kna Mabsball.
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob Sutkb, 8t. Joseph, Mo.
yea; 8' duration.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. oiJYXB mtkbs. uonxon, UIUU.
Has cured me of asthma; also scrofula of many
yearn' standing. Isaac jkwbu Covtogton, Ky.
Cured me of fits,
Have been well for over four
PwAwr.w CUBTIS, '
Osakls, Douglas county, Mhin.
SAMARITAN , NERVINE
Cured a friend of mine 'who had dyspepsia very
badly. . MickakXi O'Cokhik, Bldgway, Pa.
SAMARITAN. NER VENTS
Has permanently cured me of einllentle fits.
DkYXD Tbbxblt, Des Moines, Iowa,
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
Hxuby clabx, Fairfield, Mich. -
SAMARITAN NERVINE .
Cured my wife of a nervous disease Of toe head
K Gbaham, North Hope, Pa
V ' ' SArij RITA N NERVINE .
Cured my son of fits. Be baa not !had a fit for
uout luuryeaie, v johh uavis, ,.
J. I : t;t J -jaadliiMMoopia eotaily7lU.y
SAM AfflT&l NERVINE
Is for sale by druftrlsts verywhere.lor may be had
direct from us. Inose who wish to obtain further
evktenea 01 the vocative properties, c anwnwi
rorvin win piease enclose a wni pumurej
for aeopy of our illuMnuea Voornal orHeaitn,
aprl daw ly
The fatllowiBf; SclsdliSM an Owr
reeled ar the RaUIr orrfeiml, maa
ay bm He Ileal ea wlm Correct :
Nonh Carolina Railroad.
trains eonre kast.
Date, April 8000, 1882. No 51 No. 53
! Dally. Dally.
Leave CharloUe, 4 00am: 4 4Upm
Salisbury 5.58 am .24pm
"High Point, 7.20 ami 7.6pm
Arrive Greensboro. &u0am 8.06 pm
Leave Greensboro, &30am
12 24 am
tt 30 p m
Arrive Golds boro',
No. 17 Dafly except Saturdny,
Leave Greensboro.. .5 00 d m
Arrive at Raleigh,.. ..li im
Arrive at Gold8boro,..7.z0 a m
He. M-Coonects at Greensboro with BAD.
2-,-P?1?'8 hortn. "xl Wert, via Dan
Ule- At Goldsboro with W. 4 W & R. for WU-
Hp. 53 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. R,
B. for all points in Western North Carolina,- dally
SfJJVS11 D- H R. ror ail points
North, East and West.
trams some wist.
Date, April 30th, 1882.
Leave Goldsboro.. . .
Arrive High Point,..
Arrive bailsbury .
1 0.00 am
5 On pm
5 40 pm
9.50 P m! 10.10 am
11.12 pm-ll 2l am
1 10 a ml 1.00 p m
No. 1 8-Dally except Sunday,
Leave Go'dsboro . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Ralelg b, . . 7 . 1 0 p m
Leave Kalelgh 8 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 3.15 p m
No. 50-ConnecU at Charlotte with A 4 C. Air
iiuie ior au points in the Month snH t-mnt
and with C, C. 4 A. R. B. for all points tooth and
no-, pa cionnects at cnariotte with A. 4 C Air
Line for all points South and Southwest: at Char
loUe with C, C. 4 A. R. B. for all points South and
N. W. If. C RAILROAD,
ieave ureensnoro. 9.25 p m
Arrive Kernersville. 1041 pm
swoiu 11.U0 p m
U 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 9.50 am
Arrive Kernersville 1 1 oia m
Arrive Salem. 1 lias am
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
xjoaye DaiBia 5-15 am
Arrive Kernersville 5.50 a m
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
NO. 53 Dally.
Leave Salem 6.00 pm
jurire Jusrueraviue n.4u p
jjtivb tareensooro H.OO p m
STATE UNIVERSITY KtlLROAD.
GOING NORTH. Dally
Leave Chapel Hill, 10.40 a m
Arrive University, 11.40am
! No. 2.
GOING SOUTH. Dal y
Arrive University 12.10 p m
Arrive Chapel Hill, 100 p m
Palta Sleeping Cars Withont Change
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, ana between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
tar-Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldaboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and Jast. r or emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as. Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
may2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
X XUJOXlXIUXUt ASXlX AJa AALJUJI A.
ay On and after April 30th, 1882, the passe n-
fer tram service on ma Atlanta x unarioue Air
.ine Mvlslon of this road will be as follows:
WESTWARD. Express. Mall.
No. fiq No. 52.
Leave Charlotte, M. 1.00 am 12.50 pm
Arrite Gaktonla, L 2.02 am 1.47 pm.
Arrive Spananburg, K 481 a m 4-06 Pirn
Arrive Greenville, H &&9 am 6.29 pm
Arrive Seneca, G 7.43am 7.03 p m
Arrive Toccoa, F 9.18am 8.30pm
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction 10.00 a m H.lOpm
Arrive Lula, E... 10.87 am 9.46 pm
Arrive Gainesville. 11.08 am iai5pm
Arrive Atlanta, ) . IJSO pml2.40 a m
" ; Mall and '
EASTWARD. Express. MalL -
No. 51. No. 53.
Leave Atlanta, 2. 15 p m'f 4-00 a m
Arrive Gainesville, 4-Bl p m n. 1 9 a m
Arrive Lula, E 5.22 p m 6.50 am
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction, 5.69 if m 7.41 a m
Arrrve Toccoa. F 6.40pm 8.17 am
Arrive Seneca, G 8.06 p m f 26 a m
Arrive Greenville. H. . . ia06p m 11.03 pm
Arrive Spartanburg, K. 11.40pm if.24 pm
Arrive Gastonla, L 2.06 am 2 60 pm
Arrive Charlotte, M 8 15 am 4.00 pm
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central fend A
w. r. Baiiroada i t
B with arrrvlngkams of Georgia Central, A. St.
w. r. ana w. r a. itauroaas.
C wltnarrtvmgOamg of Georgia Railroad
. E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga;-"3 1
F with Klberton Air-Line to and from Klberton.
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Colombia and Charleston. 8. C
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Colrrmhia and Charleston, a. C
K with Spartanburg and Ashevtlle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Asheville, and Alston and Columbia, r
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Chester. i
M with C C 4 A.. Ot C. B. 4 D. and A-T. 4 O.
for all nolnte West. North and East.
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Noa 50
and 51 dally, without change between Atlanta and
New xora. a. rut-is.
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Taloott,
General Manager. t
IT, 8AQE, Superintendent.
C.a C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, April 80th, 1882.
No. 62. No. 48.
Leave Charlotte,.... ..r,. Lii5 p m
Arrive Rock Hill,. 2.88 pm
Arrive Chester 8 80 p m
Arrive Wlnnsboro. 4.85 p m
Arrive Columbia, 6.00 p m
Leave Columbia, 07 p m 6.15 a ra
Arrive Lexlngtorv. 6 50pm 7.15 am
Arrive Rldgespring,.... ... 802pm 8.80am
Arrive aranltevUIe, 9.12 p m 9.40 a m
Arrive Augusta, , 1 0. 15p m 10.22 a m
No. 18, No. 20,
Leave Charlotte, 6.00 am 6.05 pm
Arrive Rock Hili 8 25 a m 7.47 p m
Arrive Chester. 10J 2am 9. 12 p m
Arrive Wlnnsboro, 12.55 pm 11.15pm
Arrive Columbia,... 4.80 pm 2 18 am
Arrive RMge Spring
Train No. 52. Dally Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C B. R, for Chafieston, and with the C.
G. R. R. for Alston. Newberry. Abbeville. Ac
Augusta with Central Georgia R. B for Macon,
Aavannah and Florida nolnta.
Train No. 48, Dally-Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia R. B. and Central Georg R. R. for
MNcrm: Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Noa. 18 and 20, toeat-tri-weekly,
davsi Wednesdays and Fridays.
Trains from the South arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, dally, at 5.85 p. m. Freight, dally except
Bandar, at 8.42 a m. and 445 p. m.
ATL ANTIC, TENNES8EE 4 OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 53. Dally,
Leave Charlrjtte 500 pm
Arrive at StatesvUle, 7 05 p m
Train No. 52. Dally,
LeaVe 8tatesvllle, 7.55 a m
: Arrive at Charlotte, -10.00 am
polnts South, Southeastnnd AsH;any prominent Droggltt as, to our
SSFRJ4 pVS I Srtlwaw MWABnrmWto.any,
Tickets sold to all
Southwest, and baenet
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A. POPS.
T. M, R. Tatoott, Genl Passenger Agent
Colombia, a cTAprU 80th; 1882.
v DENTAX NOTICE.
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a. on w etncfs
m vcuuh : m inn - a 11 .
.am HnMW"l WWM VXniAlCTK saw.
la great variety, Jm recerven at tba
Lot ot elegant
REFRIGERATORS aid ICE CHFSTS.
FLY FANS AND FLY TRAIS.
ICE CREAM FREEZER", Imm
AIBIBHT FRUIT JAK,
WATER 00OLKR8. PORCELAjji LUTED.
Mocking Bird Cages, Canary and Breeze
Baby Swings, etc. etc.
A full lifut nf rrhin. r 1 .
Larni-. Fane, Goods eSUplaYe TVER-
SSL00 1? aild "reasonable
Prices. Pitase give as a ealL 'wuaoie
J. BROOKFIELD A CO.
83 HAWKINS 8T. BOSTON, MASS.
Metallurgists, Assayers and AnalyUeal Cheoilt
Practical M Ill-Rung of Ores 100 lbs. and upwards.
RFFRACTQRY ORES TREtTRIi.
Surveys, Mine Examlnattons. Reports, Sketches
and Maps made. Constructions ot works
and Supplies Furnished.
The New England Smelting Works
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
OMAS BINNS ; Mstallcbgist.
H. KIDNEY,. Mnrae Evgikkks.
JOHN HOLLLDAT Pbof. Chkhist
RENOVATED AND MADE AS GOOD AS NKW.
la the very best manner by a first-class woikmm
E. M. ANDREWS,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Deafer, Trade St.
D I 8 E A 8 E .
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER
REMEDIES FAIL III
It you doubt, come to see ns. and we will
or charge nothing! II
Write tor particulars, and a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Buffering-"
i to our StantW
- - w m war a ar n oi rMi TTnati ui suij v- u
who will find en analysis w tw ,um, or
otn particle of Mercury. IooWe of Potassium.
any Mini"1 substance. n,
wy gwUfT gpjcmc COw
HI i d m . . - . . J . ,
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wot awuWi2JL Jeai suitable ior
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, - .Charlotte, N. C.