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DA IX Y GHARL OTTJk u H SEE V E R: THU R S D AY, JUNE 8 , 18 82.
THE BOOK FOB THE TTME3!-One Wat sells.
lBK WOMEN CP MOKMO.MSM." The story
of the victims themselves! Illustrated. A gksts
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wamtsu. 83g Broadwayi N Y.
Will get valuable
for circular to
information FBEB by sending
?f . ,Boston,Mass,
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" beverage.- AAlt jour rogglsW r ent OJ
mall for 25a u
man lor soe. pmladelpnlJL
j Cores cbrotfafntftof Women and dteaseejof the
Stomach. Boels, Lungs, Liver and Kidney, and
s entirely different from Bitters, Ginger, Essence
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A ' "
jlrentoiraated lor Sulilran' ;
IRELAND OF T 0-D ft Y.
(Introduction by Thos. Power O'Connor, M. P.)
'' Cetnof Ef gtf"oppreislon set fortr. IMe
scribes Ireland's ruin and the peop.es despera
tion. Itsbows'WrWtbfrland wm confrscatetfand
the industries destroyed. It explains the Land
League, the Land Art and the Coercion Bill.
Contains 82 engravings and map In colors. vt ice
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! SomethiRK entirely mem for agent $5 out
fit free. 8. w. LNGHAHAM a cu. , Boston, mass?-
rocers Commission Meicjiants,
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d the tareeM stock fjl GRofclRIE-1
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the lowejC CaHtnd examine cor stock befoie
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We are now opening our new
Including all the latnt nevpltlm -in
the MILLINKIiYrL&a 1
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Also, all the new atvlei and analitlM of LACES.
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hodery
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uur -raueru m& :m
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DB. J. EKADPIELD'3
WOJJA!'S BEST FRIEND.
It Is veil known to physicians, and alas! too well
known to suffering women themselves, that' tney
areeubj-sct to numerous diseases peculiar to their
sex, such as suppression or me Mense painrui
and scanty Aienscruauon, longesuuu, uiucniuim
and falling ot the Womb, attended with an end
less train of sympathetic and constitutional disor
ders, which embitters the whole life, and which
have long oeen considered as auuuaii mcurouio.
But at last the remedy has been found in
DR. J. BRADFIELD'3 FEMALE REGULATOR.
Tt is net a "cure-all" but a remedy for one class
of dlseasf. all of which pertain to the Wojcb.
Any sufferer from the diseases mentioned can
take this remedy, and thus relieve herself without
revealing hr condition to any one. ana wiuium,
subjecting her womanly modesty to the shock of
an examination by a physician.
To bring health and nappmess to me noines ui
suffering women is, a mission before which royal
favor sinks into Insignificance. What earthly bea
e taction can compare with ope which protects from
"That dire d'sesse whose ruthless power
Withers beauty's ti anaient flower?"
which gives ease for pain, Joy for sorrow, smiles
tnr tars th wise of health for the pallor of dis
ease, the light, elastic step for rrlng weariness-
nights 01 sort repose ior neavy uuurs vi tuaaiug
restlessness, bounding vigor for languishing dull
ness, the sweet lines of full grown beauty fur the
sharp and withered form ot emaciation, a long
life of nieotal, physical, social and domestic enjoy
ments for a "few sad days" of pain and gloom,
ending In an early grave?. Such ir the mission,
kuch ethe results Tot Df J. BRACFL5LDM Ft
MALE REGULATOR, which iff hence truly ana
appropriately styled "Woman's Best Friend "
"Whites" and all those irregularities of th
womb so destructive to the health, happiness and
beauty of women, disappear like magic before a
single bottle of this wonderful compound.
AM who suffer from4 any of these diseases are
most earnestly inwlted t give tWgreat remedy a
trial. Itascuid thousands and wnl cure you.
Don't fair to try it J '
' Price -small stes, 7o cents. Large Btee. 8150.
Manufactured by J BRADFIELD,
For sale Everywhere. apr27
The faohin and ftmaciated. suffering from dys
pepsia or indigestion In any form, are advlsd for
the sake of their own bodily and mental comfoit,
to try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Ladles of the
most delicate constitution testify to its harmless
and Its restorative properties. Ph) siclans every
where, disgusted with the adulterated liquors of
commereeprescnoe it as saieai auu uivono
llable of all stomachics.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
Disease is an effect, apt a cause. Its origin is
' wl(hli ; Its manifestations without. Hence, to cure
:the disease the cscss must be removed, axd in
no other way. pan a cure ever be effected. WAR-
NEB'S SAFE XIDNET-and LIVES CURE is es'
tabllshed on Just this principle. It realizes tha?
95 PEIt 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 composed act
ctirtmba tMse graTWga, btftfi ffl a food
dad HESiogiB, nd, by'jlaf them4h$ealthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the -system.
For the Innumerable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs; for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
and tor physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. Beware ot impostors,
unttafiona and eoncoetiohs teakf to be lust as good.'
' For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S 8AF DIA
'BBTE&CUBE. For salejtor aD dealer?.
.!!. II. WAllMEIl & CO,,
: ' ' 4 1 RAcIieter. VI. TT.
THE KING'S MOUNTAIN
ALL-HEALING SPRINGS CO.
Will open for the season jof 1882. on the 15th day
of May, Ther have enlarged thelf hotefc to ac
commodate 200 guests, and have added every
amusement calculated to promote health and corn
fort These wonderful Waters cure Dyspepsia,
Sick Headache, Constipation and all Derange
ments of tin Digestive Organs AH Skin Diseases,
and Ulcers ot every kind, Scrofula, Catarrh and
all Kidney Affections jleld to their healing virtues.
Syphilitic pacientswbo had visited Hot SptjDgs of
ArkaiisaA without lelieCfound it hfre last season.
The Waters have a peculiarly beneficial effects up
on! Female Comflalnts,aba taamr Hlsiresslng
cases wprjj curea nisi seasoa. i owners mien
to maKfftnis the mot complete'Jteallti
mo uouea ocaws , iaes-,a Die a'
will opefj a Restaurant, and vUltdrsjraay suit their
tes andthelr purses. . Rxcurslon tickets will he
Issued from all points to Kine's Mountain, the de
pot for the e Springs. For further information,
address DR. F. M. GARRETT, Manager. King's
Mountain, N. C. apr27 8m
YORK RIVER LINE,
and ALL POINTS NORTH.
Dally except Sunday.
Note the reduced first-class rates to
4 22 pm
. 10.12 pm
lt&Wlgh.f) P. . &55fiu
Spartanburg, 12.25 pm
Arriving at Baltlmo e, 7.80 a. m., connecting1
with the morning train for Philadelphia and
By this line the opportunity is given of spending
a few hours pleasantly in Richmond before de
parture of trains for West Point
Forfurther Information apply to agents at the
abovrfnlmed points. A; POPE,
marl 0 Oen'l Pass. Agent
Cleaveland Mineral Springs, '
f fytroJ llielby. 54
ties West of Charlotte, and within 1 mile of
the Carolina Central Railway running fromcha
lotte to Shelby. Hacks will be at the Spnngf
Station on arrival of every train.! -
COLD AND WARM BATHS. , j
White and Red Sulphur and Chalybeate Water
a BowUng Alley la good order. A good string
f ansr secured for' tile season. Livery accommoda
tions attached to the hotel.
For further particulars address
S. McB. POSTON.
IIARRI3 REMEDY CO.. aS'iJk-
- i MTf Ck.mUU ln Sol Prop, af
PR0F.HARRI8' PA8TILLE REMEDY
Jron. ,er..u ul Pi ftai DblW- u?
Uwlt nn (loomf oi- iuny
fcr tiulntt.v Anil rmAtrm. . mmmT
"if ' U tpxt of la boxM) Mih 1 (UtUnm awi th),
miirio fMnran.oiiiMili Tre M,)(ko.A .
ttiMam mbw4 ( mm nul ''- -.rI.iT..fll u
iwmy A ti M E H 5 J
&fyt oiijarlotte temper.
The conrt at Harrisburg, P.i , Tues
day, dissolved , nineteen' more mutual
Dr. John F. Gray, of New Yoik.who
1$ regarded as the "King of the Home
opaths," is lying at the point of death.
His illness is senile gangrene of the
Mrs. Dunmire, Guiteu's former wife,
is anxious that his sentence should be
The coroner's jury has found a ver
dict against John Digman for shooting
and killing E. H. Frames, in Northeast
Baltimore, Saturday night, and John
Hopkins, alias Polly Hopkins, as acces
sory. Dervish Pacha, the Turkish commis
sioner, has taken with him to Egypt a
large numoer ot presents.
Several Italian cities have already
made appropriations for the erection of
a monument to Garibaldi.
The Pacific National bank stockhold
ers who subscribed to reorganization
and subsequently refused to pay their
part of the assessment of $950,000, have
consolidated to combat any suits
brought by the receiver to recover the
3200,000 which they represent.
At the request of Great Britain, Ara
bi Pacha has ceased work on the forti
fications at Alexandria, but it is claimed
that the works were completed before
the order to stop was given.
In addition to the advance of fifteen
cents per ton on free burning, broken
and steamboat coals for Eastern ship
ment, the Philadelphia and Reading
Coal and Iron Company has decided to
advance the price of chestnut coahboth
hard and free, ten cents per ton to 83 65
at Port Richmond and S4 at Elizabeth-
A compositor named Schwiem haa
been arrested in London in connection
with articles published in the Freitheit
in relation to the assassination of Lord
Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Burke.
A dispatch to the Vienna Presse from
Trieste says: "The Italian organ lnde-
pendente -having appeared with a black
Dorder because or tne deatn or uen
Garibaldi, has been confiscated by the
A dispatch from Calcutta says the
Kbonds. an aboriginal tribe in the cen
tral provinces of India, have taken
Bhounapartua and murdered over 400
'people. Portions of the hair aBd flesh
or tne victims were distiiDutea among
-the hill Ktrondsto induce them to join
It has transpired that a party of 175
Italians that arrived at New York last
Wednesday were imported by uadrones,
The party was engaged by a firm in the
Province or Catangavo, and each o
the immigrants had signed a contract
to pay the firm 20 cents a day for three
years alter tneir arrival in tins country
The Italians have been iuformed that
the outrageous contract they were com
pelled to sign i3 not binding in this
country, and employment will be found
for them by the commissioners of emi
DEATH AMD DESTRUCTION
Caused by a Cyclone at Garysburg
Raleigh Njws and Observer.
Yesterday a little news came in to
the effect that a cyclone had done great
damage near Weldon. Details were
meagre.- Brit Capt. Urummond, who
came in last evening, brought a tale of
The cyclone swept across the Sea
board road at Garysburg. It came like
a thunderclap, at 1 o'clock in the af ter-
QAvJ'he,,crusbing wind wag aided
by an unprecedented Tiailstdrm. The
wind tore up trees bodily, not sparing
the largest, so that there is a path
througn the woods, three miles wide,
in which the trees look as if they were
The lafge male school at Garysburg,
two and a half stories high, was totally
destroyed. A cabin was blown away
and in pieces. A negio girl i:J years of
age, and a baby in her arms, were both
instantly killed, while both legs of a
negro boy in ihe same cabin were bro
ken. Hogsheads of coal standing near
tie depot at Garyabiirg were swept
away bodily many .yards. telegraph
po.les . vrp fe. blow a 'to pieces) Many
houses wefe wtecked.'and half of the
tale of the disaster is not yet toldT With
the wind came therhaii. The latter
swept away all the .Vegetable growth.
It cubtheground wills the power of a
million augers, so that clouds of dust
The hailstones were.pf enormous size
end single-specimens are certified, to
have weighed a "pound and a qaarter.
Such was the force with which they
jGeU, that they perforated the iron " roof
of the railroad warehouse at Garysburg,
in thousands of places, so that daylight
can be seen througn it any where. " All
the crops in the path of the cyclone are
The Brutal Murder of a White Man by
an Infuriated Negro.
Greenville tfewa. .
; Laurens, S. C, J ujre 5. Our town
was thrown into wild excitement on
Saturday by the news of the murder of
Charley Lorans, a citizen of this place,
and second boss of the trestle hands, by
Joe Mason, a negro, and one of the
hands. Mason began quarrelling with
Mr". Lorans, demanding that he help to
shove a pustr-car, which was no part of
his duty. A difficulty ensued, during
wbirfh Mason struck Mr. Lorans with a
heavy piece.of hickory timber he was
carrying, a severe blow on ' th side of
the head, crushing in his skull and
knockmg him tfown. As he lay on the
.ground the Infuriated negro struck him
again wnn an torce, aua was aiming
arrolherxlearjtrate bkw when some of
s rfiihed uo. land seized him.
jisatvedJbiii 1 veyshott time.
liBlwoirlivvs belnor sAfficierit
to, cause j
ctlfcj list bodyj Is still here.
tire few vkWt tfts iiltfir -from
Shelby, N. C. Mr. Lorans was 28 years
old, and leaves a wife and one child. It
was heartrending to hear the shrieks of
the widow and orphan over the body of
im mnruerea nusoanu ana rainer.
iPHa'mhrderer rhadfcihis pspjino and
A moi lean Reporter.
The Southern States seem to be enter
ing on a period of unexampled pros
iperHy.t In 1880 the valuerof the, leading
agricultural productions, as compiled
from the statistics of the Agricultural
Department, were: Cotton, $ .80,200,242;
COtn; 8220402,048; wheat, 358,851,28S;
rye, 82,274,600; oats, $24,402,137; pota
toes, $0,003,534; tobacco, $23,946,762;
hay, $18,2 12,74 r rice, $5,500,000; sugar,
812,500,050; molasses, $8,000,000. The
fisheries of Ahe South. are- so valuable
that a member eff the United States
Fish Commission predicts that the mul
let fisheries of Florida . will become as
important as the cod fisheries of New,
England. With such resources the
South should soon become (he i most
prosperous section of . the-Union, and
second to none as a manufacturing cen
tcr Apripria'tlBc Somewhat ExtenaiTje y.
. New York, Jane 7. The 'governing
committee af ihe stock exchange have
expelled: VVJliLttftxymnson, of the firm
of iKenned yt and; Hutchinson, on harg
m brought bsJohn B. DufE. oi Boston.
of appropriating ; about half a milllpn,
? ; Kj jadyjor genUanian need auflet-long with'
ezma, eOr, ring worn, "or any pimply' rough
dry rcir jikIiiJ-lUeas4 Ior.jbrf C.TK.'Bnou's
Skin Cure ls.g, perfect and xePftble remedy for U
ilo diseases: -8oMiprU drngglst at 8lPr
package. , ;'1.
A Daniel, Yea a Daniel.
A part Of the clumsv machinerv to be
employed this summer and fall against
the liberal democracy of No. Caroliina
is the revived organ of the anti-prohibi-
uoniais at naieign. vvitn superservice
able zeal in behalf of the renublican
party it attacks, in its peculiarlv wav.
some of the best men now in public life
in the State. A rod is held over the head
of these gentlemen. They are accused
of "dodging tbongn what they have
dodged is not clearly set forth. The re
mark: is made that "we have nine of the
gentlemen in a position where they
must answer answer what oi whom i1
' we have a hack this year at senator
Ransom and the eight representatives."
The awful admonition is given, "Pre
pare to answer, gentlemen, and pray for
mercy on your political souls.
This editor rageth especially at sena
tor Ransom for his opposition to Coop
er s" nomination. It disingenuously
claims that Cooper "was the representa
tive man of the Anti-Prohibition party
of the State, under whose leadership as
chairman of the State executive com
mittee 118,000 majority was rolled up
against one of the most iniquitous
measures, etc." This so-called anti
prohibition newspaper says "the anti-
prohibition party was struck at througn
him by Senator Ransom." It charges
Gen. -Ransom with malice, and says that
Cooper s course on prohibition caused
the act of hostility.
Linked in with this petty political
manoeuvre is also an attack on Senator
Vance and Representative Armrield.
There is not one ot these true ana
tried North Carolinians who is injured
by such misrepresentation. The demo
cratic people who voted down prohibit
ion know or what sturt these men are
made. They are not to be deluded by
the sophistry that because there was
once an anti-prohibition committee in
this State and a man named Cooper was
its chairman, that "a blow struck at
this person a year afterward in his ca
pacity as a republican politician and
close friend of a notorious republican
boss, is, a blow struck at the ahti-pro-hibitionests
of the State. This foolish
assertion that Senator Ransom would
wantonly strike many thousands of bis
own party friends and strike themtoo,
in the person of Thomas Cooper, a live
reDiiblican office-seeker, is on a par with
the inception of this great "liberal"
movement a movement which shies a
brick at the dead, non-political issue of
a by-gone year. If the awful fellows
who have nothing better to do than per
petuate such stupidity would mre tnem
selves out to some of our farmers at
twenty-five cents a day and "find" their
own bacon and greens, they would do
an amazingly more promising business
It might not be a paying investment
for the farmers.
A Narrow Escape.
Rili-leh News and Observer.
We learn from a private letter that
Judge Gilliam had a narrow escape
while traveling over the mountains
from Franklin to Ilayesville, in a bug
gy with Thomas D. Johnston, Esq.
While they were going down a very
steeu road, with a rugged looking preci
pice on the left, the horse went partly
over the edge, dragging the buggy with
him, Judge Gilliam jumped just as
the buggy was upon the edge, and es
caped with a sprained wrist and alame
finger, His jump dreW forth the ap
plause of the entire party.Gov. Kobin-
son, Mr. Kope Elias and others being
near, and he has made much athletic
Bloated headaches, nervous prostration and
SDlnal weakue s cured by Lydia S. Plnkhams
fit'r MM-d n More.
Wilmington, N. C, Feb'y 4, 1881.
H. H. Wan.er Co: Sirs Your Safe Kidney
and Liver "ure bus entirely relieved me or dis
tressing kidney uiffkuity. ROGER HO JRE,
Ex- )hlet. Fire Dept.
I.' titter tes.
U OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company.
Incorporated la 1 8J8 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 S550.000 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 scales or postpones. Look at the follow
UAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
145lk (iRANO IllOIITULY
Extraordinary. Semi-AiiBual Drawing
At New Orleans,
TUESDAY, JUNE 13ib, 1S&A,
Under the personal supervision and managemen
of GKN. G. T. BEiURKtiAHO. of Louisiana, and
Gen. JUBAL A, KAfcLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL. PRIZE, 9100,000.
NOTICE -Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, S5. Fifths, 82. Tenths, 81.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize of SI 00.000
1 Grand Prize of
1 Grand Prize ef
2 Large Pi lzi!j.pf
4 Large Prizes of
20 Prizes of
fiO Prizes of
1 00 Prizes t f
200 Prizes nr
000 Prizes of
10,000 Prizes of
100 Approximation Prize of $200....
lOO Approximation Prizes of lOO..
1 00 Approximation Prizes at 75. . . .
1 1,279' PriaMk uiotmpfig to 8822,500
Gen. tt. T. Beauregard, nf La.
6en. Jubal A. Early, ot Va. f Commissioners.
Application for rates to clubs should only be
made to the offloe of the company In New Orleans,
For information apply to , k
M. A. DAUPHIN,
', ' ' New Orleans, La,
or M. A. D it'PHIN, r
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Els.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN, " '
607 8eventh street, Washington, D. a
The NewTf . rk "office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF. THE
In the tf ityef Louisville, on 1
FIUDAYr JUNE 80th, 1882
Jhese drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
under ortivlstnna of an Act of the fieneral As.
f Sembly of Kentucky ' .
The United states 0traatt Coart or Maitb 81,
rendered the following decisions: ,
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legal.
2d Its drawings are fair,
The Company has now on hand a large reserr
fund. Read the list of prizes tor the
t 1 Prize .
l Prize:...,... .....
10 Prizes, ST.OfKTeach,
- 20.Prtzes ? 500 eaca,.;..:...W
100 Prizes,' 100 each,
200 Prizes,' - BO each..............
600 Prises, 20 each..............
LII Will iLUU
1IWI tWm. IA
' A . UOO "'' M V vWU. ........ .... XVVtVUV
9 PrlMs, 8800 each, AprofclitHattoH Prizes 82,700-
t- Prises, S200 i"
V Prizes, JOO
l.PSOrMzes,. ; ivC . ....8112,400
Whole Tickets. 82 : Half Tlekets, 81 i 37 Ttakets.
j L60).A Tickets, 8100. .i ,
- Remit Mener or Bank Draft in Letter, or shtf
by Bxpress; DON'T SEND, BY RKGJSTBfflUtD
LKTTSB OB POSTOFFICK ORDER.; . Orders of.
85 and upward, by Express, can be sent si our ex
pense. Address anorders to - .. . f
'B. M. ,BOARDMAf Co'urterWroornai' ButW
ouij vtile, Kj.,oi HO proadway, New York.;
may81 ," . v.,.
NEVER FAILS. ,
The only known Specific Remedy for BpT eptlc Fits.
SAM U! HAN NERVINE
Cures EoileDtic Fits. Spasms. Convulsions, St
Vitus Dance, Vertigo. Histerlcs, insanity, Apoplexy,
Paralysis. Rheumatism. Neuralgia, and ail Nerv
ous Diseases. This lniainoie remedy win positive
ly eradicate very species of Nervous derange
ment, and drive them away fiom whence they
came, never to return again, it utterly destroys
the germs or disease oy neutralizing tne nereoiiary
taint or poison in the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
corrhesa or Whites. Painful Menstruation. Ulcera
tion ot the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder, irritability oi me uiauaer.
For Wakefulness at night, there Is no better
remedy During the chance of life no Female
should DO without it. it quiets tne .nervous system
and gives rest, comiort, and nature's sweet sieep.
Cures Alcoholism. Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by far
the worst evils tnat nave ever Deraiien sunering
humanltr. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drugs. The drunkard drinks Uquor not
because he likes it, but for the pleasure of drink
ing and treating bis friends, little thlnklDg that he
is on his road to ruin. LUe the Opium Kater, he
first uses the cms in small aunntlties as a harmless
antidote. The 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 ate precisely, what
eating Is to allmentiveness, as ever eating first in
flames the stomach, wnicn recouoies its 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 itelf. Like the
eluitonous tape-worm, it cries "Give, gtve. give!"
out never enougn uniu its own rapacur uevuurs
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Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
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Has been the means of curing my wife of rheuma
Usm. J. B. Flktchkr, Fort couins, wi.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
K. B. Ralls, Hattsville, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
Mbs. Wm. Hxmson, Aurora, Ir).
Was the meant of coring my wile of spasms.
Rxv. J. A. Ed a, "Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over 83,000
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New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jbnhtx Wabbxn,
740 West Tan Buren street, Chicago, UL
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
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Hinbi Kxzk, VervUla, Warren county, Tenn
Cored me of scrofula after suffering for eight
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Cured my son of fits, after spending 82,400 wfth
other doctors. j. w. j. hokhtuk, iaiourii, aum
Cured me permanently
of epileptic filsofastub
Rkv. Wm. MABTOfj
Mechanics town, Md.
Cured my son of fits, after having had 2,500 In
eighteen months. Mbs. . Fobks.
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Mias OBLbha Marshall.
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
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Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de-
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Cured me of fits. Have been well for over tfbor
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Has permanently eared rae of epileprJe fits.
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Cured my wife of epilepsy ot 85 years standlari
Cured my wife of. a nervous disease of thetiekd
' . GRAHix, North Hope, Pa.
Cured my son of fits., He lias not had a fit for
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North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOINO SAST.
Date, April 80th, 1882. No 51 No. 53
- . Dally. Dally.
Leave Charlotte, 400am 4 40 p m
Salisbury 5.53 a m 6.24 p m
" High Point, 7.20 am 7.85 pm
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 a m 8.05 p m
Leave ttreensboco, 9.30 a m
Arrive Hlllsboro 1 1 .47 a m
Arrive Durham, 12 24am
Arrive Raleigh 1.40 pm
Leave Raleigh,.. 4.05 pm
Arrive Goldsboro', 6 30 pm
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .5 00 p m
Arrive at RaMch, 1.51 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro, ..7.20 a m
No. 51-Connects at Greensboro' with hah
R. R. for all points North, East and West, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. & W K. R. for Wil
mington. Ho. &3 -connects at Salisbury with w. N. c. R.
R. for all points in Western North Carolina: daiiv
at Greensboro with R. 4 D. K K. for ail points
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WK3T.
Date, April 80th, 1882. No. 50 No. 53
Leave Goldsboro i o.oO am
Anive Raleigh 12.20 pm
Leave Raleigh, . . 8 55 p m
Arrive Durham 5 Ort p m
Arrive Hlllsboro, 5 46 p m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.05 p m
Leave Greensboro, W.15pm 0 40am
Arrive High Point, 9.50 p m 10. 10 a m
Arrive Salisbury,. . M.l2pm ll.2ia-m
Arrive Charlotte 110am 1.00pm
No. 18-Daily except Sunday,
Leave Go'dsboro. . . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh 00 a ra
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 p m
NO. FO - Connects at Chiirlntfn
Line for all points in the South and fcouthwest,
and with C, C.4A.B.R for all points fcouth and
No. 62 Connects at Charlotte with A.4C Alr
Llne for all pou ts South and Sonthwear- t rum
lotte with C., 0. A A. B. R. for all points South and
IV. W. Pi. G. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro. 9.25 p m
Arrive Kernersville. 1 n 41 n m
Arrive Salem 11.25 d m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 9 50 a m
Arrive Kernersville 1101am
Arrive Salem. n.as a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Balem. 5.15 am
Arrive Kernersville 5 50 a m
Arrive Greensboro.. Y.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem. 6.00 pm
Arrive Kernersville 8.40 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8 00pm
STATE UNIVERSITY UtlLROAD.
Leave Chapel Hill.
10.40 a m
11.40 a m
Arrive Chapel Hill,
12.10 p m
1.00 p m
Pullman Sleeping: Cars Without dianEe
On Train No. 50, New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Blchmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
gr-Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest, West, North
and East. or Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and-the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
may2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
On and after April 30th, 1882, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta & Uharlotce Air-
Line bivision oi wis road win De as loiiows:
Leave Charlotte, M.
Arrive Gatitonla, L
Arrive Spartanburg. K
Arrive Greenville, H
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa. F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
Arrive Lula. E...
2.02 a m
12.50 p m
1.47 p m
7.08 p m
8.89 p m
9.46 p m
12.40 a m
5.59 a m
7.48 a m
10.37 a m
Arrive Atlanta, ) 1.80 p to
Arrive Lula, E
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Tocooa, F
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M .
4.61 p m
5.22 p m
7.41 a m
12.24 p m
10.08 p m
11.40 p m
8. 15 am
A with Arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P. Railroads.
B with arriving bains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving bains of Georgia Railroad.
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga. ,
F with Elbertoa Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, a. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C
K with Spartanburg and Ashevflle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas and Cheater.
M with C a & A., C. a, R. D. and A.. T. 4 O.
for all points West, North and East
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. fin
and 51 dally, without change betwr en Atlanta and
New York. BAP1P,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R.T!alcott,
L Y. SAGE. Superintendent
0., C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, June 4th, 1882.
Leave Charlotte . . ... .
Arrive Bock Hfll,. j..
Arrive Wlnnsboro,.. .
Arrive Ridge Spring, .
Arrive Granite ville, . .
Arrive Augusta, .....
1.85 p m
2.88 p m
3.30 p m
4.35 p m
6.C0 P m
6.07 P m
7.15 a m
1Q.22 a m
6 50 p ntf
8 02 p m
Arrive Rock Hill,....
Arrive Wlnnsboro,. . .
Arrive Ridge Spring
Arrive Granltevllle, . .
Arrive Augusta. . ..
5.80 p m
4 SO am
Train No. 52. Dally Connects at Columbia with
tfc a. C. R. R. for Charleston, and with the C. &
Q. R. R. for Alston. Newberry. Abbeville. Ac. At
Augusta with Central Georgia B. R for Macon,
Rnvtuinitfi and Florida bointa.
Train No. 48, Dally-Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia R. R. and Central Georg R R. for
llHOon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Nos. 18 and 20, local tri-weeklf,- Mon
days, Wednesdays ano -fnuaya. .
Trains from the South arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, dairy, at 5.85 p. m. Freight, dally except
Sunday, at 8.43 a. m. ana 4 4o p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNXSSEE OHIO DIVISION.
Tram No. 68. Dally,
Arrive at StatesvUle, .
Train No. 52, Daily,
Leave States ville;....
Arrive at Charlotte, . . .
6 00 a.ra
.8.05 a m
Tlekets sold to all potnts South. Southeast and
Southwest, and baggage checked Uiroogh.' No
lay-over allowed en local tickets. A. POPE,
T. M, B. Talcotv Gea?i Passenger Agent
n tU!M Tknarit of CMBTirr Comn!jAltneT9 of Marl
.X boro oonnty, a.C. are bow rear to reoetroj.
bids for building-a new cdari house in Bennett- f
semblr. . Plana and specifications furolshod on
applleatfbn.- Ae Plans spenpBPij
a... corranitonaenoa irom yanwu -
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