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DAILY CHARLOTTE UBSER VER: ST? ND AY, Jtl N E 18-, 1882.
0AS55Tlitr Tomodde.7 Inlrf Nvis
HiaTKR's IBOM lyKio S?Ti32rMKi haa. in
hed condition of tbe Wood, thu
baffled mot of oar most eminent phjTBCians
it in preferenoe to any iron PrePrptRR
Beamy m my precnv
natural healthful tone to
the diaeeHve organs and
. . . : ik nrDju.. unmm.i
applicable to General
MANUFACTURED BY THE DR. BARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 W. MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS.
Of 10 pieces, at from
$22 ?8 $225 PER SETT
Of 7 pieces, at from
$35 18 $150 PER SETT.
AT WHITE FRONT.
AROMATIC 8cbiedam Schnapps, for sale by
B. H. JORDAN 4 CO.,
TNSECT Powder wlH destroy all kinds of Insects,
j 1 or sale oy
" ( ' R. H.-JORDAN 4 CO ,
junlO Tryon street
CONSTANTINE'S Persian Healing Pine Tar,
Buchan's Carbolic Toilet and disinfecting,
Glenn's Sulphur and Culicura Soaps.
R. H. JORDAN 4 CO..
A FRESH SUPPLY
rrUBBANT'S Seltzer Aperient, Iodla, Bromldia,
X Jacob's Cordial, &c.. ust received by
R. H. JORDAN 6 CO..
lunlO Tryon street
rtUBKB Ctearettes and louse's Plugs, for sale
'. ft. H. JORDAN 4 CO..
junlO - Druggists.
WE HAVE A FULL
o tock of ltnirilsh Tooth and Hair Brushes.
tO R. H. JORDAN & tO.
rBYbTAL Soap antfSopolto, for sale by
R. H. JORDAN A CO.,
JunlO " Druggists.
TTtBUIT PRESERVATIVE Is the best and cheap-
m. est. a mu suppiy w
B. H. JORDAN ft CCS,
JunlO : Tryon street
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
Including all the latest novelties
in the MILLINERY LINE.
In all the new styles, colors and qualities.
Also, all the new styles and Qualities of LACES.
embracing White Goods, Neck Wrar, Ho-lery
Gloves, Parasols, Ac., the LARGEST and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our Mere, flats and
On Uoaday, March 27th,
When we will be pleased to show the Ladies the
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF VINE MILLINERY
t hey have ever seen in this city.
Mrs. P. Query.
You will find a choice and complete stock of
PU0E -8 FRESH DRUGS,
Collen's, Leibiffs Liquid Extract
':' : "'& H h H I ; "
BEEP anl TONIO- INTIGORATOR.
CIGABS 1 TOBACCO,
TBI TINX8T 8ZLICTI0N In the CITY, -
ncla4lng tne famous LA PAB1PA brand of Cigars
(Leiiicals and Toilet Articles, ,
" v an assortment, nd everything generally kent In a .
:.fj. ftrst elass Dr itiore. -Special attention given to
K PhrsicUns'.Presjripaons day and ; night" eatis
' tmteioM riirantai :. t . a .i , . a , "
A trtnblnation of Pra
toxide of Iran, Peruvian
Hark and. I'hosvhorus in
a palatable-form. The
only preparation of iron
that wilt not blacken the
teeth, so eharaeteristieof
other iron preparation.
1 have lonna not king to gtvo the results that Da.
ProetraUoo, Female DUeaseDyspeps.ia, and impoveiv
mr hands, made tome wonderful cores. Oases that have
Tokio is a ne-
.. . . ;
One of the greatest comforts to those expecting
to be confined Is a remedy upon which implicit
confidence can be placed one that will produce a
safe and quick delivery-one that will control pain
and shorten the duration or iaoor. aucn is ihl
MOTHER'S BELIEF." Try It and see what
A Blessing it is to Suffering Females.
This Liniment when used two or three weeks
before confinement, produces a wonderful effect,
causing a very easy and quick? labor, with com
paratively little pain, ana leaves me mourner ui a
condition to recover quickly or In other words to
have a good getting up. unaer us use, iaoor wui
ordinarily occupy much less than the usual time,
and the suffering be diminished beyond expression.
Thu Annnmnn rnr nninn mis remeuv is uuciou
Is of such a character as to forbid a long array or
certificates. Those Interested In Its use are re
spectfully relerred to the nunareas wno nave useu
BEAD THE TEaTlMUmA.LB:
I must earnestly entreat every female expecting
to be confined to use "THE MOTHER'S BELIEF."
CouDled with this entreaty, I will add that during
a iarm nhtt.Tirai practice (fortv-four years.)
have never Known 11 10 ran 10 produce bbjc auu
. . . . , . . e
quick delivery. H. J. HOLMES, M. D.,
A lady from one of the counties of Middle Geor
gia, who has been acting as mldwite tor many
MOTHER'8 KKLTEF you sent me, and 1 am DE
LIGHTED WITH IT. In every instance where it
ha been used Its effects have been an inai 1 coma
ask. I consider it a great blessing."
A crnntlRmxn writes; "M Wife Used your MOth
er's Belief at her fourth confinement, and her tes
timony Is that she passed through it witn one nan
nf th HiifTftrim? of Hither of he former connne-
ments. and recovered from it m mucn less ume.
Shn nlan Kunmmended It to a lady friend Who was
about to be confined for the first time, and she
says: "I HAVE NEVER SKJEN AMI UflJS rASB
THROUGH THIS GREAT TRIAL WITH SO
MUCH EASE AND SO LITTLE SUJfFEBING. "
The names of all these, and many others, can
be had by calling at my office.
Having hart th rornsroinir remeav i buhuuuq
LT TESTED in Atlanta and vicinity, I now offer
tt. ts mv natmns as nossesslne surjerlor merits.
I am permitted also to reier to me iwuuwmu
well-known citizens of Atlanta: C.- S. Newton,
wm m riimiT. .tr. w. a. Hreee ana u. uain
all of whom are ready to testify to the merits of
the preparation. Price, $1.50 per bottle.
Prepared oy .
J. BHADFIEIiD, Sole Prop'r,
For sale by Dr. T. C. Smith, Charlotte, N. C.
Tbe feeble and emaciated, suffering from dys
pepsia or indigestion In any form, are advised, for
tbe sake of their own bodllv and mental comfort,
t tiy Hostetter'8 Stomach Bitters. Ladles of the
most delicate consUtutloa testify to Its harmless
imrt na rmtnmtlvfl nronerties. Pbislcians every
where, disgusted with the adulterated liquors of
commerce, prescribe it as U.e safest and most re
liable of all stomacnics.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
Juol . ' i
Disease Is an effect; not a cause. Its origin Is
within; its manifestations without Hence, to cure
the disease the causi must be removed, and in
no other way can a cure ever be effected. WAR
NEB'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIYEB CUBE is es
tablishedon 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 composed act
directly upon these great organs, both a3 a food
and bsstorxb, and, by placing them in a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain' from the.'sys-
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 has no equaL Beware of im posters,
imitations and concoctions said to be Just as good.
For Diabetes, asK lor wakmkb'h ha k dia
BETES CURE. For sale by all dealers.
II. Ii. WARNER & CO.,
Rochester, N. V.
PELOUBET & CO.,
; Steiiwayr Webber, 'Decker Bro's,
HAINES and GATE CITY
J 3 IS
NEW YOBK PIANOS, it is conceded, lead the
world. I am agent for all the celebrated New
York makes and SELL THEM AT FACTORY
5 DO, not be fooled by flashy, advertisements,
but give me a trial be
fore you buy and I will
show you that I can
distance all competi
tors, both in price and
terms. All I ask is a I
trial and this can cost4
yon nothing, while It
may be the mei V
saving ion a great deal
ri 111 an Instrument
v IVfpritans always In stock either to 'seu ,o
ieat ftaonoraddiresst - ?M 1
ft & Lock Box 274; JNO. B iDMNST 5
jkijiM tj -&jm; -r,. ,
In fact, snch a compound as Da. HaSTEb'8 Leon
BT HAMU KU(, 8104 YVasn ato.. Pt. mm, mo., ai
Mr W B Farrar, inventor of the Far-
rar 'lurbme Water Wheel, has just
shipped two wheels to Frescott Junc
tion. Canada, ai.d ; 11 a few days be and
Mr D F Caldwell will follow these
wheels with a view to introducing them
Salisbury Examiner: A bold attempt
whs made, 011 Tuesday night last, to
rob the safe at the ticket office at the N
C Ilailroad depot in this city. The burg-
ars enterea me omce alter breaking in
the door, and removed the safe some
distance away, but were frightened off,.
it would seem, betore they were able to
enter the safe.
Raleigh News and Observer: On
Thursday the Judicial convention for
the second district, nominated for Su
perior Court Judge Capt Frederick
Phillips, of Tarboro. Capt Phillips is a
native of Edgecombe, abont 43 years of
age, and a lawyer of fine reputation.
Mr w J 130 wen, nominated tor Solici
tor of the second district, is a native of
Northampton, about thirty-two years of
age. He graduated at the University af
Virginia, and locating at Jackson, ap
plied himself at once to the practice of
Montgomery Star: The grain crops
in this couniy are as fine as a man's
heart could desire.
Eldorado is beginning to open up
some of her rich mines. Montgomery
is as rich in mineral as any county in
A negro boy was drowned in Rush s
mill pond, near Sulphur Springs, in this
county, last week. He was in bathing
and was alone. It is thought that he
was seized with cramp and could not
reach the bank. His body was recover
ed. . "
Statesville Landmark: A few days
ago some hungry dogs got into a flock
of sheep owned by Mr. Arch. Brady, of
Shiloh, and cleaned them out. Of course
there was a dog-killing afterwards, but
what does that amount to?
Last year Mr. R, C. Plott, of Shiloh,
had a flock of some twenty nice sheep.
He has none now. Dogs killed every
one of them. And yet, the real value of
these sheep was greater than that of all
the dogs in the State.
Wilmington Star : A young man was
going through the streets Thursday
with a snake alternately in his hand, in
his pocket and in his hat, and he handl
ed the reptile with as much sang froid
as if it had been a kitten.
Rabon Dickerson, of Danville,
who was bitten by a rabid dog
six weeks ago, died Wednesday of
hydrophobia. The wound had healed
and it was supposed he was entirely
In the Malley-Cramer murder trial at
New Haven, Gonn., yesterday, D.Pliny
A. Jewett, for the defence, denied that
Jennie Cramer's case presented any
symptoms of asrenical poisoning.
The Society for the Prevention of
Crueltity to Children had- five miserable,
drunken women, with nineteen starv
ing, half-clad children before a justice's
court in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Wednesday.
The children were sent, to different
institutions and the women were sent
to the penitentiary for six months
It is said that the evictions of Irish
tenants average ono thousand per
A TALE OF A SHIRT.
Length of Time the Great Iowa
Statesman M'ore One.
Credit In Dispute.
A good, but not very clean shirt,story
is told of General Sherman's experience
witn ienry uiay uean The two had
been friends for years, and when Sher
man became general, and Dean haD-
pened to be in Washington, the latter,
naturally enough, felt a desire to renew
the old acquaintance. So he called at
Sherman's house, and the General re
ceived him with open arms. They
talked over old times, and nothing
would do but Dean must stav to dinner.
"But, General," remonstrated Mrs. S.
"I can't have such a dirty looking man
at my table; can't you spruce him up a
little T The General said he'd fix that.
and so at an opportune moment he
hustled Mr. Dean up stairs, ransacked
a bureau and produced a clean shirt for
hira to put on. Mrs. Sherman was mol
lified, and the dinner was really a
charming affair; for there is no more
delightful and entertaining and in
structive conversationalist than Henry
One year after this event General
Sherman was at the Lindell hotel. SL
Louis, with his family. A card was
brought up bearing Henry Clay Dean's
name. "He is such a charminir talker.
we must have him to dinner. Only you
mustsee that he looks presentable."
These were madam's words to the war
rior. So Sherman welcomed Dean, and .
j u&L before sroing to dinner slipped him
mio a 8iue room ana gave mm a clean
shirt to wear. Dean doffed his coat
and vest, and, after a brief struggle,
divested himself of the shirt he had
on a soiled, grimy, black thing, that
looked as if it had seen long and hard
service. Then-they all went down to
dinner, and Mr. Dean was more charm
ing than ever, and Mrs. Sherman was
in ecstasies. The next day, as Mrs.
Sherman was getting her husband's
duds and clothes together, preparatory
to packing them for the onward march,
she gave a sort of a wild, haunted
scream. "What is it, my dear ?" called
the General from the next room. "Just
look here for a minute," reDlied Mrs.
Sherman, between faint gasps. The
General went in. There stood Mrs.
Sherman, holding in her hand the be
grimmed shirt Henry Clay Dean had
left. With her right hand she Dointed
to certain initialson th& lower edge of
the bosom. The initials read "W. T. S."
It was the identical shirt General Sher
man had loaned Henry Clav Dean in
Washington twelve months before.
Mr. Darby's Nomination.
The Observer has stated upon the
authority of the Wilmington Star that
Mr. a rank Darby, of the Cape Fear
district had declined to accept the nom
ination as candidate for judge, tendered
him by the anti-prohibition convention
and we may now state upon the au
thority of Mr. Thomas P. Devereux, of
lialeign, that Mr. Darby has not de
clined. Col. Wm. Johnston yesterday
received this disDatch. which he re-
quests us to publish :
Raleigh, N. C, June 13th, 1882.
Col. Wm. Johnston, Charlotte, N. C:
Darby does not decline our nomina
tion for Judge.
THOMAS 1. DEVEREUX.
It is to be remarked that so far nothinsr
has been said by Mr. Darby himself.
How is it. Frank? Charlotte Observ
er of the 14th.
The Star said in its issue of the 0th
We are elad to announcp. bv author
ity, that Mr. Frank H. Darby will not
accept the nomination for judge of the
Fourth j udicial district tendered him
by the coalition convention at Raleigh.
we nave never tor a moment douoted
that this;wQ,iildl6Mr. Darby's conclu-8l-
411 d ..... ll
mr. Ajaruy autnorizea cms statement
at that3 time and Delnr Interrogated
yesterday 'repeated it, and addd that
neiinex would he;accept the Republican
nomination and endorsement.' j r
. i n i i i i i
- to 1 F . -- . T i ' . Z
1' ' i
nroncnltla Tnfoat fleeaaea of test
commence with a cough, JoIdor unusual Acerdon
of the voice. .. These -Incipient symptoms'are air
laved by the use of iBiro wn'cr Bronchial Troches
which If neglected often result In a chronic trouble
jot the' throat. i 4-rzl&tZ
THE SITUATION lft EGVPT.
The Exodugl8,000 Troops Wanted
Communication by the Eastern Cable
InterruptedShips-of-War En Route
" Alexandria, June 15. The Khe
dive has expressed the hope that 18,000
Turks will be shoit!y on their way to
Egypt. After the reception he held
yesterday he informed the Europeans
that he had divided the town into dis
tricts and had made an officer responsi
ble, for each. He 8;iid 430 ringleaders of
Sunday's riot had - been arrested and
would be placed on board a ship in the
harbor, where they would be well guard
ed. Admiral Seymour has seized the
steamer Marengo to convey fugitives
Dervisch Pasha expresses full, confi
dence in the loyalty of the Egyptian
troops. Turkish troops, however, are
ready to start for Egypt if necessary.
He thinks he can settle the difficulty in
a few days.
Germany and Austria are trying to
induce the military party to ask the
Khedive for pardon. The military de
mand as a condition the dismissal of.
two confidential advisers of the Khe
dive. Vienna, June 15. The Neue Freie
Presse says that England and France
are willing to agree that Turkey shall
be entrusted with intervention, in ,Egypt
as a mandatory and under the control
of Europe, but not as a sovereign power.
Should Turkey refuse this mission and
persist in claiming a position as a sov
ereign power, England and France will
be ready to accept the mandate of Eu
rope, or, in the last resort, to act inde
pendently. The Austrian Lloyds have sent two
and the French Messageries Maritimes
seven large steamers to Alexandria, toJ
remove Europeans who wish to leave
London, June 15, 4:30 p. m. Private
adviees from Cairo state that all the
Europeans have left. A dispatch just
received says that the Cairo office of
the Eastern cable company has been
closed. The route of the company's
main line to India will have to be
The Times correspondent at Constan
tinople says it was the intention of
Dervisch Pasha to induce Arabi Pasha
to resign and quit Cairo, but the danger
of further disorders has necessitated
the retention of Arabi Pasha for some
The British channel fleet, consisting
of five large ships, sailed east from Gib
raltar at 7 0 clock this morning.
In the House of Commons this after
noon Sir Chas. Dilke, in answer to in
quiries, stated that the channel squad
ron now on the way to Malta will oe
also under the order or Admiral bey
mour. who, if occasion arises, will con
cert with Sir Edward Malet, British
consul-general in Egypt, as to the ne
cessity of landing sailors and marines.
The iron troop ship Tamar sailed
from Plymouth to day with marines to
reinforce the Mediterranean squadron
at; Malta. It is believed she will eon
vev troops to Alexandria if necessary
Troops at Marseilles and Toulon have
been ordered to make ready for imme
diate embarkation. A dispatch from
Cairo savs the shops are all closed, and
some Frenchmen who are unable to
leave are fortifying themselves in their
It is now estimated that 250 Euro
peans were killed in the riot at Alexan
dna on Sunday. Many bodies were
thrown into the sea. Twelve bodies
were washed ashore yesterday and five
to-day. 1 1 is said a detachment of gend
armes drew up in the square when the
riot began, and afterwards assisted the
rabble in the massacre.
Constantinople, June 15.--The
council of ministers have not yet ar
rived at a decision in regard to the dis
patch of troops to Egypt. It is stated
that the government hopes that the
proposal for the conference will first be
withdrawn, hence the delay. The troops
if sent will be taken from Syria.
Died from Home, Among Strangers.
A stranger, about 20 years old, who
said his name was A. L. Troutman, was
found, May 3 1st, at the gate of S. A.
Cockerhaw, very sick, unable to travel,
without money, save 3 cts. Mr. Cocker-
haw, readv to entertain the poor stran
ger, took him into his house, and called
Dr. S. J. Barker, who is. always willing
to administer to the wants of the poor.
and who immediately obeyed the sum
mon. On examination he found that
the Datient had been suffering three
davs with hemonhage of the bowels
and tvDhoid fever.
Drs. King, of Elkin, and E. B. Hamp
ton, of Jonesville, were called. But in
SDite of all the skill of the eminent
men. the angel of death prevailed, and
the poor boy expired on tne ntn insc.
When vou eo to your druggist to buy a bottle ot
Simmons Liver Regulator, and he offers you some
counterfeit with a s!m lar soundtmr. name and
says "it is the same thing or Ju4 as good," ask
hira his motive for not irtvmg you tbe genuine
nmna ration in White Wrapper, with red Z thereon
prepared by J. H. Zallin ft Co. The only object
such a dealer can have is the fact that he makes
an extra 25 cents per battle profit by selling a
cheap and counterfeit article which may do you
Brieht's Disease of tbe Kidneys, Diabetes and
other diseases of the Kiineys and Liver, which
you are being so frightened about, Hop Bitters Is
the only thing that will surely and permanently
prevent and cure. All other pretended cures only
relieve for a time and then make you many times
To worry about srrv Liver. Kidney or Urinary
Trouble, especially BrUtbt's Disease or Diabetes.
as Hop Bitters never fat is of a cure where a cure
is possible. We know this.
Rheumatism, disordered blood general debility.
and many chronic dlseasas pronounced incurable.
are often cured by Brown s iron tficieri.
now to to
GENUINE SIMMONS LIVER REGU
Look for clean neat WHITE WRAPPER 'with
the red symbolic ; letter stamped unon it In the
farm of a ribbon gracefully curved into the letter
Z embracing the emblems of trar trade.' Spatula
- Mortar and Graduate wt h tbe words A Q. SIM
MONS' LIVER REGULATOR or MEDTCIN R there
on, also observe the signature of J. H: Z SI LIN A
CO., in red ink on the side.
TAKE NO OTHER.
Beware of those who know nothing of Medical
Compounds who put out lostrums known to sour,
and being analyzed prove vonhlets and only made
to fleece the public, and to pirate on the well earn
ed reputation of Zellin 4 Go's, medicine these
frauds have no reputation to sustain and wui
cheat you for a few penneys every way they can.
See Wno Endorse the Genuine.
Hon. Alex H Stephens,
Rt. Rev. Jno. W. Beokwltb, Bishop of Ga.,
Gen. Jno. B. Gordon, U. S. t-enator
RLBev. Bishop Pierce,
' Hon. Jno. GUI Sboiter,
3. Edgar Thompson, -HonB.
Hon. J. C Breckinridge, j. .
Prof. David wuiis, D. D.
Chief Justice Hiram Warner, of Ga.
T hot HTl1Ml.. .AataMM. I) IT .DM1. Tin
and thousands of others from whom we nave let
- ters of commendation and recommendation.
It is eminenUy a Family Medeclne; and by be
ing kept ready ionnsmediate- resort win save
many an hour of suffering, and many a dollar In
time and doctors' bills
. XAMtTf AOTfTBSD OKLT W' ' ;
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Sold bi all Respectable Drueeists. 7 ' ' ' '" ' ' : "
feb24 ' r fi:
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The only known Specific Remedy for Epileptic Fits.
Cures Eoilentlo Fits.' Spasms, Convulsions, St
Vitus Dance, Vertigo. Hlsterics, Insanity, Apoplexy,
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and an Nerv
ous Diseases. This lntalllble remedy will positive
ly eradicate every species of Nervous Derange
ment, and drive them, away tiom whence they
came, never to return again. It utterly destroys
the germs or disease by neutralizing the hereditary
taint or poison In the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
corrhcea or Whites, Painful Menstruation, Ulcera
tion ot the Uterus, internal a eat, uravei, inflam
mation of the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder.
For Wakefulness at night, there is no better
remedy During the change of life no Female
should pe witnout it. 11 quiets ine nervous system
and Hives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cores Alcoholism. Drunkenness add the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by fat
tbe worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
humanity. Thousands die annually from these
noxious drugs. The drunkard drinks liquor not
because he likes It, but for tbe pleasure of drink
ing and treating bis friends, little thinking that be
is On his road to ruin. LlKe the Opium Eater, he
first uses the drug in small quantities as a harmless
antidote. The soothing Influence of the drug
takes strong bold upon Its victim, leading him on
to bis own destruction. The habits of Opium
Sating and Liquor Drinking are precisely what
eating Is to allmentiveners, as over eating first in
flames the stomach, which redoubles its cravings
until it paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
80 every drink of liquor or dose of opium, instead
of satUfytng, only adds to its fierce fires, until It
consumes the vital force and then itelf. Like the
glu tonou8 tape-worm, it artes "Give, give, glveP'
bnt never enough until Its own rapacity devours
itself. Samaritan Nervine gives instant relief m
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up tbe nervous system, and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Syphilis, diseases
of tbe Kidneys and all diseases of tbe Urinary ur
muii Nnrvnna Dahtlitv. caused bv the indiscre
tions of youth, permanently cured by the use of
this Invaluable remedy, To-yeo,-youug, middle
Bgctl, allu uiu men. wuu are wiTiuig jvw ouui-
l? gi as with a mantle by silence, look up, you can
be saved by timely efforts, and make ornaments
to society, and Jewels in the crown of your Maker,
If jou will. Do not keep tnis a secret longer, unui
It saps your -vitals, and destroys both body and
soul. It you are thus afflicted, take DR. BICH
MOKD'S SAMABITAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest premature delay and
Impart tone and energy to the whole ystem.
Cured my little girl of fits. 8ne was also deaf and
dumb, but it cured her. She can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. Petkb Boss,
Has permanently cured me of epilepsy of many
years' duration. Jacob Stjtkb, St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility, oxjvbb kmcss iTonion, umo.
Has cored me of asthma; also scrofula of many
years' standing. Isaac Jxwkll Covington, Ky.
Cured me of fits.
been well for over four
CHARLXS E. CtTBTO.
Osakls, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for
years. Albxbt Sihpson, Peoria,
Cured ray son of fits, after spending 52,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thobhton. Clalborn, Miss.
Has been the means of curing my wife of rheuma
tism. J. B. flitchxr, Jfort colutis, k&i.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.'
S. B. Balls, uansvuie, jLan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
Bits. Tt ml. tuiraui, annua, ui.
Waiths means of curing my wife of spasms.
HSY. J. A. jedlk, ueaver, ra.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over $3,000
with other doctors. a. a. uobson,
New Albany, ma.
Effectually cured me of spasms. '
JIUSS JBNBUI VtrABKXB,
740 West Van Bureo street, Obicago, LU.
Cured onr child of fits after eiven nn to die by OUT
family physician, it having over 100 ln24 hours
uenri jurat, vervuia, warren county, xenu
Cured my son of fits,
after having had 2,500 to
Mbs. E. Fobbs,
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cored me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
JtUSa UBJUKHA jn.aKHHAI.1.,
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
SAMARITAN NERVINE .
Cured me permanently
of epUeptle ills of a stub
Rev. Wk. Maktin,
Mechanics town, Md
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
badly. michaxl u xohhxb, luagway, ra.
Haa permanently cored me of epileptic fits.
DAvn lKMLHLi, lies jaomea, row a.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 yean standing.
mxnby ulabk, rairneia, jnicu.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
. Jt ubaham, Norm nope, jra.
.i SAMARITAN. NERVINE
Cured my son ot fits. He tarn bbt had a -fit
about four years. johhdavib.
- , ;Wrxdburn, Maoonpin county. 111.
Is for sale by aroggists everywhere, or tnaz be
Oirect irom oar. Those wno visa to obtain gunner,
evidence of the' curative propertiee' ef -Samaritan
Nervine will plaase enclose a 8 cent postage stamp ,
for aeotrr of our Illustrated Journal of Health.'
giving hundreds of testimonials of eon from Per
sons who have used the inedicine, . and also tneli
picturea photographed after their restor&uoQ
perfeetbMltaU .Adaresi .t J
.i nun oaw ii
The folio wine Schednlsa m.
rected by the Railrostd Officials, and
may be Relied on sw Correct :
Noriii Caroiina ilifoad.
TRAINS GOE' L iAbT.
Date. April 8()th, 1882.
Leave Charlotte, ...
" Bnllsbury. ...
" High Point,..
Arrive Greensboro,. .
4 OO a ui
R.63 a ni
7.20 a m
1 1 47 a in
4 05 p in
(I 30 p in
4 40 p m
U.24 p m
7.85 p m
8.05 p m
No. 17-Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .5 00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh,. .1.51 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro,. .7.20 a m
No. 51 -Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
B. B. for all points North, East and Went, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. 4 W. a. B. for Wil
mington. AO. 00 Connects ftt HHhnrv urith W K r B
B. for all points m Western North Carolina;' daily
at Greensboro with B. & D. B R. for ail points
JMUH. UUU VTtWb.
Date, iprll 30th, 1882. Na 50 No. 52
. Dally. Daily.
Leave Goldsboro, 1 0 00 a m
Arrive Balelgh 12.20 pm
Leave Raleigh 8 55 pm
Arrive Durham 5 Ort p m
Arrive Hlllsboro 5 46pm
Arrive Greensboro 8.05 pm ... .
Leave Greensboro M.i5pm 940am
iZl H,SnKPomt'- 9-50 P m 10. 10 a m
A!L,ve galkbury 11.12 pm 11 2l am
Arrive Charlotte 1.10am 1.00pm
No. 18-Daily except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro... 2 50 p m
Arrive at Balelgh, ..7.10pm
Leave Balelgh B OO a m
Arrive Greensboro, 3.15 p m
XT o f rt . .
o. no-M)nnecis at cnariotte with A. & C. Air
L,m9 ior an points in me South and EonthwBst.
and with C, C.41.B.B. for all points South and
no. nz connects at t;narin with 1 r. n
Llne for all DOlM.s South and 4niithsswur. at d
lptte with C, C A A, B, R. for all points Bouth and
W. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
ueave uieensDoro. y.25 p m
Arrive Kemerevtlie. 10.41 pm
Arrive Salem.. 11.25 pm
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
jjesve areeiiauoro V.bO a m
Arrive Kemersville 11.01 a m
Arrive Salem. 11.85 a m
NO. 51 Dally , except Sunday.
Leave Salem.. 5.15 am
.arrive A.ernersviiie 6.60 a m
Arrive Greensboro.. 7.00 a m
NO. 53 Daily.
Leave Salem 6.00 p m
Arrive Kemersville 6.40 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 pm
STATE UNIVERSITY RtlLROAO.
j GOING NORTH. Daily'
: ex Sunday.
Leave Chapel Hill, 1 0.40 a m
Arrive University, 11.40 a m
GOING SOUTH. aYy
Arrive University 12. 10 pm
Arrive Chapel Hill, 1.00 pm
Pullman Seeping Cars Without Cbw
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
IVThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. vi Emigrant Bates to Louisiana, 1 ex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
. General Passenger Agent
' may2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R,
. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
"On and after April 80th. 1882. the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line M vision of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte, M.
Arrive Gattonia, L
Arrive Spartanburg, K
Arrive Greenville, H
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa. F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
2.02 a m
5.59 a m
7.43 a m
12.50 p m
1.47 p m
4 06 Pirn
5.29 p m
7.08 p m
8.80 p m
9.46 p m
12.40 a m
Leave Atlanta i
Arrive Lula, K
Arrive Habun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, K.
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
4 51 p m
5 22 p m
5.69 p m
6.40 p m
7.41 a m
9 26 am
12.24 p m
10.08 p m
1 1.40 p m
3 15 am
A with arriving trains ot Georgia Central and A.
W. P. Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W. 4 4. Railroads.
C with arrlvlne trams of Geonda Railroad.
- X with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
rxom a mens, ua.
F with Elbertdn Air-Line to and from Xlberton,
GeonUa. ' '
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia -and Charleston, a C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. S. C
K with SpartaB burg and Ashevllle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Cheater and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas ana Chester. '
M with OC. dt AJ, CL C3: D. and A, T. & O.
for all points West North and last.
Pullman 'sleeping-ear service on trains NosS0
and Sl dtflly. without change between Atlanta and
New York. A, POPE.
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. B Taloott,
I. Y. 8AGB, Superintendent.
0., C. & A. R. R. CO.
iy In Effect Sunday, June 4th, 1882. JEk
Arrive Bock Hill
Arrive Bidge Spring,...
Arrive Augusta,. .
2.38 P m
8.30 P m
6.07 P m
10.15 pari 10.22 am
Arrive Bock Hill
5.30 p m
7.53 p m
10 00 pm
I - Arrive Wlnnsboro,. . .
Arrive Bldge Spring, .
Arrive Augusta..- ..
Ataiu AUW Ja3 vauj-
the 8. C. B B. for Charleston, and with tbe C.
G. B. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, 4a
Augusta with Central Georgia B. B for Macon,
Savannah and Florida points..
Train Na 48. Dallr-Connects at AneUBta
the Georgia R. R. and Central Georg R. B,
Mscon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Noa, 18 and 20, local, trl-weekly, Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Trains from the Bouth arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, dally, at 5.85 p. m. Freight, daily except
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. and A 45 p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE 4 OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 53, Dally,
Leave Charlotte. ..8 00pm
Arrive at Statesville, 10 05 p m
Train No. 52, DaHy,
v Leave Statesville,. . 6.00am
Arrive at Charlotte;.. ....8.05 am
Tickets sold to ail points South. Southeast
Southwest, and baggage checked through.
lay-over allowed on local tickets. . A. POPE,
, . Ti M. B. Talcott. J Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Gen'l Manager ' .
Columbia, a &, June 4th, 1882.
nn HE 'Board of Countv Commissioners of
A boro county, 8. C are -now1 ready 4 receive
bids lot butldlne a new eeort boose In Bennetts-
Ttlle. 8. C. as authorized by Ad cf General
sembly. Plana ard specifications furnished
annllcailon.- A tao vtlans and specifications solicit
ed. Correspondence from persons -desiring
contract soiieueo. - Aaqreaf . . - . - ' t
ALEX. Iff cRAE,
' Chairman B. a d, Bennetts vUle, i
mar21 !... ... ?
In great variety, Just receiveu at the
' - v iv xj
Lot of elegant
FLY FANS AND FLY TRAPS.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, beat made.
AIR.TIUHT FHIIIT JAR.
WATEB COOLERS. PORCELAIN LINED.
Mocking Bird Cages, Canary and Breeding Caes
Baby Swings, etc, etc.
1 JMT". V"11 'l"6 Cn,na; Crockery. Glassware.
uaiupa, raucj urooas ana silver platea Ware hi
ways on hand, who:esale and retail at reaHoimbiw
prices. Please give us a call. wimoie
J. BROOK FIELD & CO.
83 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASST-
Metallurgists, Assayers and Analytical Chemists
GOLD and SILVER REFINERN,
Practical Mill-Buns of Ores 100 lbs. and upwards.
REFRACTORY OK EM TREATED.
Surveys, Mine Examinations. Reports, Sketch
and Maps made. Constructions ot works
and Supplies Furnished.
, MANAGERS OF
TKe New Ec-glud Smelting Works
fitLDt Ml VKH,
, LJJ It fill F.t
WW ELI EO
OH It El HUNK
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
. Treau-d on Reasonable Teims.
OMAS BINNS MaTAlXUKGUT.
A. H. KIDNEY, .-..-.Mining Enginkkr.
JOHN BOLLIDAY ..Prof. Chkmist
Have ust received a large supply of
In a size package
And in fact everything kept in a
A. J. Beall &o.
s t age.
cubes whi3 Other
Ii you doubt, come to see as, and we will
or enarge nothing! It
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tWnto lori)artIciflata,pd oopf ot tw U"le book
- "Messageohe UntorvetiaterSugerlPg.''
any prominent Druggist 'ai lo' onr Standing
lar tlW BKWAED-wUlbe paid to any chemist
who will find on anaiysw of loonottles of tt. 8. n
cm particle of MercurirtlociWe of Potassium, or
any Mineral substance.
faWLTT SPECIFIC CO. -Props.
- - ... AUanta, Ga.
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