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DA I L YCKAX. tL O T J E OBSTCttv E R : WED NflESDAY J TJ
n.TniITnmidiM. In eases of Nerroos
Uhed ooodition of the Mood, this peerless remedy has, in my hands, made some wonderful cures. Cases that have
baffled soma of our moot eminent physicians haw yielded to Uus (treat and incomparable remedy. I prescribe
it. in tn n iron oreoarauon maae. in xaet,
d& in mV nraotioe. Pa. ROBERT
VT 8AMUKIA SIM
natural healthful tone to
the digestive orgmnt and
applicable to General
Debility, Xm or appe
tite, Prostration of Vital
Town and Impotence.,
MANUFACTURED BY THE DK.HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N. MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS..
Qf 10 pieces, at from
$22 38 $225 PER SETT
Of 7 pieces, at from
$35 ?8 8150 PER SETT.
AT WHITE FRONT.
A ROMATIC Schiedam Schnapps, for sale bj
XX B. O. J OKU AW co..
TN8KCT Powder will destroy all kinds of Insects,
jl lor saie oy
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CONSTANTINO'S Persian Healing Ptne Tar,
Buchan's Carbolic Toilet and disinfecting.
Glenn's Sulphur and Cullcura Soaps.' '
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A FRESH SUPPLY
TARRANT'S Seltzer Aperient, Iodla, Bromldla,
Jacob's Cordial, Ac., just received by
if. U. JUbDAN s cu.,
JunlO Tryon street.
rUBKB Cigarettes and Louge's Plugs, for sale
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WE HAVE A FULL
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FRUIT PRESERVATIVE Is the best and cheap
est. A full supply at
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WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
Spring .and Summer Styles
Including an the latest novelties
n the MILLINERY LINK, i
In all the new styles, colors and Qualities. -
-Aiao,aU uiSlP,w style" and qualities of LACES,
SJCtog White Goods. Neck Wear, Hosiery
AfiiSi6-' toe LARGEST and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY
Our M Hatband Bowels
On Monday, Watt 27th,
t hey have ever seen In this city.
. P. Query.
lou wlu "ad a choice and complete stock of
PIKE FBESO DlllUS.
Colden's, Leibig's Liquid Extract
BEE U1 TOIC IKvWiiui fou. J
V.-.4 i -j? i&' :a& U 'ii j ,4
CIGARS I TOBACCO,
- THE FINEST SELECTION In tha CITY.
ndodlng ttM famous LA PAREPA brand of cigars 1
icabani Toilet Melts,
an assortment, and everything generally kept in a
first class Drat Store. Special attention stven tn
Physicians' Prse1pUpn day aqflntght Satls-
raoumi guanuiea, , -
Comer Trade.;;. .4 .i.andi 1. College 8Uts
i r t - t a if f a n si s
.4 eotnbtnation ofProi
to&ile of Iron, Peruvian
Hark and 1'Iioitvhorus in ,
a txitetaUs form. Tha
only preparation of iron 'i
tAai ttnllnot blacken Ui9
other iron vreoarationM.
I hare touud nothing to give the results that Dr.
tYoetration, .Female Utseaees, iyspenaia. and imoovHr.
mien a cum
iponnd as 1& Habto's Ikobt Tonto is a ne
Wash Are., St Looia, Ho., Nor. 96th. 1881.
IS A SPEXDT CUBS FOB ''
Blind or Bleeding Piles, Hemorrhoids, Sores, Ul
cers, Tumors, Itching of the Parts, Fistulas
and all Kindred Diseases; also of Burns,
Corns, Felons, Fever Bores, Scald
Head, Tetter, Sore Nipples, etc.
Atlanta, Ga., August 25, 1877.
After an experience of twenty-five years In sell
ing this ointment, and during; that time having
closely watched Its effects, and having the testi
mony of my friends arid neighbors to confirm my
confidence in Its-merits, I became- fully satisfied of
its value, and I have bought the exclusive right to
make and sell it, and offer it to you as the best
remedy in the world, especially tor all forms of
BEAD THE TESTIMONIALS :
T his Is to certify that I have tried Pryor's Pile
Ointment In a case of plies, and state that it gave
more relief than anything I have ever tried. I fur
ther state that as a remedy for burns it Is unpar
alleled. I also used It for a case of tetter In my
feet of twenty years' standing, and say that It Is
the first thing that I have ever tried that gave me
more than momentary relief. I consider now thai
I am entirely relieved from that distressing dis
ease. JOHN D. NEWSON.
Troup county, Ga,
Having been afflicted for ten years, at intervals,
with that distressing malady, the piles, and after
many Ineffectual trials of the remedies In common
use, I commenced a short time ago to use your
Pile Ointment I experienced immediate relief.
From the relief experienced in my case, as well as
from the reputation so rapidly acquired by your
Ointment in this vicinity, I have no hesitancy in
expressing the opinion that It is the most efficient
remedy for Plies ever Invented.
O. A. BULL,
This is to certify that I used Pryor's Ointment in
a case of severe born, and that ma very few days
It was entirely relieved of all inflammation, and
healed rapidly. After the first application of the
Ointment, the patient suffered no pain whatever.
B. J. MORGAN.
By the advice of Mr. Wynn, I used your Pile
Ointment on a servant girl who had been suffering
for eight years with a most aggravated case of
piles. She Improved from the very first day's nse
of your Ointment and before using the box she
was entirely recovered. G. W. FOSTER,
This Is to certify that I have used Pryor's Pile
Ointment and say that it Is, In my opinion, the
best remedy for plies ever presented to the public.
I say this from a positive application ot the reme
dy on my own person. THOS. B. MORGAN.
Troup county, Ga.
For sale by all dealers In medicine. Price 50
cents per box. Sent by mall on receipt of price.
DR. J. BRADFIELD.
For sale by Dr. T. C. Smith, Charlotte, N. 0.
The feeble and emaciated, suffering from dys
pepsia or Indigestion in any form, are advised, for
the sake of their own bodily and mental comfort
to try Hostetter't Stomach Bitten. Ladles of the
most delicate constitution testify to Its harmless
and Its restorative -properties, Pbjslclana every
where, disgusted with the adulterated liquors of
commerce, prescribe It as the safest and most re
liable of all stomachics.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
Disease Is an effect not a eause. Its origin is
within; Its manifestations without Hence, to cure
the disease the cacsi must be removed, aLd in
no other way can a cure ever be effected. WAR
NER'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIVER CURE Is es
tabllshedon Just this principle. It realizes that
05 PER CENT,
of all diseases arise from deTanged kidneys and
liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the diffi
culty. Theelemen'B of which it Is composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and BESTOBXB, and, by placing them In a healthy
condlti n, diivi disease and pain from; the sys
tem e r, . . t ;
For th innumerable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidneys, -Ltver and Urinary 'Qrgahs; lor
the distressing Disorders of Women; tor Malaria,
and tor physical derangements generally, this
great remedy ha s no equal. Beware of Impostors ,
imitations and concoctions said to be lust as good.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIA
BETES CUBE. For sale by all dealers.
U. II. WARNER & CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
ESTEY, ROSE DALE,
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HAINE3 and GATE CITY
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York makes and SELL THEM AT FACTORY
ledby flashy 'advertisements
gWnte atiiai be--
fore yon boy and I will
show you that I can
distance all competi
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you nothing, while it
may be the mew o'
saving yon a great deal
In mtMtlr alfhAT' til Mil OT
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6i EDDINS.g 3:
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM
Assessments on Public mployes Re
ply of Hon. Geo. Win. Curtis to Hon.
Jay A. Hubbell.
w x obk, j une 25. The Hon. Geo.
Wm. Cartis has written the following
T.( IhO Iir Tnw A TT..I.1 11 O
lion. Jay A. Hubbell, Chairman and
j. reusurer, aec, etc., ct-e.
. 11 tve received your letter of
m zza Hisianc, in which you comment
upon the circular of the Civil Service
lieform Association advising certain
employes of the government that they
jCiay render themselves liable to legal
penalties should they yield to a requisi
tion to pay a specified part of their sal
aries into the treasury of your commit
tee. Upon this suggestion you remark :
"The law is misstated in your circular,
and the alarm you seek to create is
without justification in the law. Your
counsel, to whom you vaguely allude,
either misunderstands or perverts it."
It seems to me. however, that a man
who lives with his family upon $500 or
$600 a year would find it much more
alarming and confusing . to be sum
moned to pay two per cent, of that
amount than to be told that such pay
ment might lead to legal trouble. If,
indeed, there be any question of com
parative manliness and honor in the
transaction, it strikes me that virtually
threaten laborers in navy yards and
elsewhere, clerks, errand bovs.and fivn
women and girls in the public offices, to
wuuui j. am lniormea tnac circulars
have been sent, that they are in danger
of dismissal if they do not surrender
a part of their wages, is conduct quite
as open to the charge of want of man
liness and honor as the act of warning
such laborers that the law probably
protects them against the demand.
You remark that -you disdain "to
seek protection and shelter behind any
cover." You will not, therefore, at
tempt to hide under the pitiful pretense
that the assessment of two per cent, or
other specific sum levied by the Con
gressional committee is an invitation
to make a "voluntary contribution." It
is stated that thirty thousand or more
of the circulars of your committee have
been sent out. I have personal knowl
edge of them as addressed to employes
of the government from Kentucky to
New England, and they are undoubt
edly daily mailed to every part of the
Union. They are apparently addressed
exclusively to public employes, and
those employes undoubtedly under
stand that the alternative is that of
payment or dismissal. The demand is
issued by a committee which knows
that such is the general undertanding
in the service. I once pleaded with a
superior officer against the injustice of
this assessment upon poor men earning
small wages and reduced to despair by
the demand, and he told me hotly and
plainly that for every one that did not
wish to pay, there were fifty persons
ready to take his place, with all its in
cumbrances. It is not necessary for
me to point out to you that this is prac
tically a sale of the Dublin
the highest bidder, that it destroys the
sen-respect or cne puDiic employes and
that it is necessarily fatal to honest
politics and economical administration.
If the wages of the public servant are
too high, let them be reduced. But by
what right does a committee of an ir
responsible club of members of Con
gress levy party tolls upon the public
employes under pain of dismissal?
Ypu, sir, are chairman and treasurer of
of the Republican Congressional com
mittee. What party authority consti
tuted that committee? In what way
is it responsible to the Republican
party ? If a levy of money is to be
made upon employes of the govern
ment for the benefit of a party treasury
which I hold to be a perilous abuse
it should be authorized by those whom
the party designates for the purpose.
It is certainly- not a duty to be assumed
by any committee of members of the
party elected for another purpose. If
such a committee may demand 2 per
cent of wages, it may extort 20 per
cent, under the same terror. Other
similar committees may do the same
thing, and in fact the public employes
are now subject to various demands of
the kind. The money thus coerced by
irresponsible committees is expended in
ways of which there is no public ac
count It becomes often a vast corrup
tion fund drawn from the public treas
ury by the party in power to secure its
continued control of the government.
This is a dangerous blow to free insti
tutions, and the general knqwledge of
the "abuse necessarily destroys popular
confidence in the honesty of elections,
and brings us face to face with a catas
trophe. Undoubtedly there are legitimate po
litical expenses for every party, and in
a free country, everybody? should be at
liberty to aid and to refase to aid his
rparty. Butthe public employes of the
way wuicu prucwcauyTjepriYes toern)t
the liberty jof.. giving or wWiUMaiag
such aid at their4 pleasure. at-man
knows that he holds his place 'by per
sonal favor he will naturally propitiate
that favor in order to retain lus Dlace.
it was the knowledge that the liberty
"i uiuucuumer in. mis matter is thus
impaired which led Congress to pass
the act of protection to which our cir
cular refers. That act recognizes, as
universal experience and the reason of
the case shows, that a government em
ploye, whose family depends upoiv his
wages, is not deluded by the phrase
"voluntary contribution,'-and fears that
he cannot refuse to pay without taking
the risk of dismissal. His refusal, in
deed, would not be alleged as the reason,
but it WQUld be the reason ; and to say
to an. m player "as the circular of the
congressional committee says, that his
"contribution Wilt not be objected to in
Any official quarter," is merely to lighten
the screw, it is a hint to hini that the
demand ris. known and approved by
those-who can. dismiss him. Youassert
your willingness to ask the President to
ask the opittionof the attorney-general.
But your circular has been sent to the
em ploy es in; the attorney-general's office-,
and it distinctly assures thenv by ne
ce6sarv:impli.cation. that the head of
the offiee does not object If you read
the newspapers caret ully you are aware
of the very general public coDdemna
tion of the practice of political assess
ments, and they are condemned for the
precise reason -that such assessments
are not what :lhey. pretend to be, "vol
untary contributions.": If you ask me
to contribute to your f treasury, I am a
private citizen and I can give or refuse
without suffering. But if you and your
associates ask my neighbor who is em
ployed in theuuatom house for a con
tributiqrii he, feels that he is in danger
if he declines, This is the infringement
of the equal liberty of citizens which
makeslhis practice odious, while its in
evitable consequences make it threat
ening to the public welfare. The asso
ciation of which I. have the honor to be
president; will spare no lawful, effort to
restore that equal liberty to every citi
zen. Respectfully yours, ,
t ' . . " i ' ClEo;rWrLLiAM Curtis,
President of the New York Civil Ser
vice Refom Association.
More quawelsoeeur between, broth
ets, between sisters, between hired girls
fbetweer5lerks-in stores, between ap
Ef enii,c & mechanics' shops, between
hired! tnettft .between busbanda n and
S7 toeWc Changes taldti
place in their nervous systems; by lod
ing with each otheruight rafter night
under tbe same bed clothes, than by al
most any other disturbing cause. There
is nothing that willjta derange'tueSer
vbus system of a fpersonfwho Is.etimi
s?.rber JI1. g?! ' Bleel) t anjlrest
a(l night, ' " while rthe'.f eJiminKtor
vill oe tumbling; a 1tnrlg Josslngi
restless and nervous.; and wakA tmfn
t&e mornintr fretful;? peevish. fanlt-find'
m matterwno iney are, snonid hahitttallVi
m 1 .jvNVr. fnn . mill A I !
oiner win lose, xma me law, ancrin
morriAd lifftlU defied Rlmnc,4 nn.
Yadkin College Commencement. I
r-he folio wing communication
should have reached us sometime ago.
The closing exercises of this institu
tion occurred on the 24th and 25th of
May Wednesday and Thursday.
The sermon on Wednesday Was
preached byDr. E. J. Drinkhouse, of
JJaltimore. i He was happy in his style,
terse in expression, pithy and epigram
maticm thought,and pungent in raci
ness and freshness of ideas. His dis
course deeply impressed all those pres
ent, and was a theological treat which
w4 soon be forgotten. It sho wed
detep thought and careful preparation,
and it is enough to say that it was wor
thy of the man.
Thursday Senior, speaking came
oil. The new chapel was filled to over
flowing. The short discourses of the
benior class were, to say the least, meri
torious of them, and indexed close train
ing and deep study.
IQ the evening at 3 o'clock Hon. Jas.
Mi. Leach delivered the literary ad
dress. As he stepped forward on the
rostrum every noise was hused into si
lence, and for one hour he delighted the
audience with one ot his greatest and
most striking efforts. In this masterly
effort he showed that theage demands
more thought more great and powerful
debating clubs, more energy, and more
deep, pungent and thorough investiga-
wuu, me success or tne address was
greater than expected, and new life and
mvigoration, along with energy and de
termination, weie infused into the peo
ple, and they seemed to awake from
their slumbers to a sense of theimport
ance of the great principles which go
hand in hand with this great age.
The party in the college hall at night
was very successful. The brilliant
throng represented the beauty and
f race of the surrounding country. The
air women and gallant young men
joined hands in the pleasure and enjoy
ment and "all went merry as a mar
It will suffice, to make things short,
to give the names that recur to me of
some of those that were present I can
not, of course, think of the names of
very many of the ladies. Among them
Misses Cora and Julia Conrad, from
Misses Lila Marsh, Annie Bruner,
Carrie Crawford, from Salisbury.
Misses Lou Henderson, Katie Sowers,
Florence Thompson, Notie Penry, Ka
tie Penry, Lexington.
Miss Mollie Long, Lewisville.
MissMollie Oeburn. from Summer-
Miss Emma Smith, Sallie Oakes, Ella
Walker. Mattie and Lila Phillins. Yad
A Simple Remedy.
Dr. Hall says that it oueht to be ex
tensively known that ordinarily boiled
rice, eaten with boiled milk, is one of
the best remedies known for any form
of loose bowels. Its efficiencv is increas
ed if it is browned like coffee and eaten
at intervals of four hours, takinsr no
other food or liquid whatever; its cura-
UVD UlUt3 IS iuiBuaiueu 11 no UJ11K is
taken with it, and the patient will keep
quieL in a warm oed, then it becomes
an almost infallible remedy
No matter how advanced In life,
Good teeth In either man or wife
Or maid are a i lch prize;
And those who wonld the gift preserve,
From 80ZODONT won't swerve,
Should they at all be wise.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Frttfts, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
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ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
favor for cakesr puddings, creams,', etc. "
, vAnutActubed bt '
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Iibuis, Mo., .
Kaasrsaf layalla Tsast Costa, Dr. Prist's Cnaa BaUs
Pswdsr, aaa Dr. Prle'i Calais Psrfuss.
WE MAKE NP SECOND CRADE COOD8.
A DISORDERED LIVER
' IS THE BANE
ef the pyaen generation. It is for the
bore of this disease and its attendant,
BIfJX-HEADACMJi, blLIOTJBlTESS. DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, eto., that
TTJTTB PILLS have gained a world-wide
reputation.- o ttemedy has ever been
cUsoovered that acta so gently on the
digestive organs, giving them vigor to as
similate food. As a natural result, the
" geryoua System is Bra oed, the Muscles
are Developed, ana tne aoay Jtxopust.
H. BXVAIj, a Flanter at Bum Sara, La., mti :
My plaatatioa la tn a malarial dlatrlot. For
Mvaral yaars X could not maka half orop on
aooount of blllona dlaeaaea and chills. X waa
Dsarlr discouraged when I bagaa tha oaa of
TUET'S FILLB. Tha raauli waa marvelous :
my laborers sooa became hearty and roDuat,
mu& I bTe had no furtliar trouble.
Tlirrr rllnrs f&c Misoirad IJTsrr. aft
tli Illood lVana sMtlaonona hmnon. ;
eaais tn bowels to mn naun-suLT, wxua-
ent which na one can reel well. -
Try this remed y tairlv, aad you will rata
m besdtliy Dlveatlon, Tlcoroas Body, Pure
Blood, Straav Harvas, ausd a Soum AJver.
Prt as. 5 Cants. Ofltoa, 8 ttnrray mu, W. Y.
tutts mm DYE.
QasT Hara or Wgmrr.ua changed to a Qucmtrr
black oy. a single application or hub uyk. it
Imparts a natural color, and seta instantaneously.
Bold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
of One Dollar. - . t ... ; -a -
Office, 88 Murray Street, New Vorlc
CDr. Turra HA.1rvA.i4 roiua'v
Information and Vful JZseesjrt I
s4U ta mo4 nss on mrpUotttism,
sad securs ths
long xTrtenot in earing diseasss of tbs Blood. Skim i
ng diseasss of tbs Blood, Skim sad
trrnm VeMUty, , In bo tea n-. Orcaaks
Weakaess, Oonerrheea, -SrnUUtle aui HereaHal '
Aneeoeaa specially treated ea seisatlflo . principles
. mrntw nit aim remsoies. vau ot mn JOT Utf Sf us
uons to be snnrersd by tboss desiring trtstmsnt bj null.
srssassaBsriaa frssi aaytarsabsaMssad taslvaadnss,
UlcaraMauUlns U taelradTaatas. UaastatraM.
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hw NEVER FAILS.
The only known Specific Bemedy for Epfleptlc Fits.
Cures Epileptic Fibs, Spasms, Convulsions, St.
Vitus Dance, Vertigo. Hlsterics, Insanity, Apoplexy.
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 1 and all Nerv
ous Diseases. . This lntallible remedy will positive
ly eradicate every species of Nervous Derange
ment, and drive them away from whence they
came, never to return again. It utterly destroys
the germs ot disease by neutralizing tbe hereditary
taint or poison In the system, and thoroughly
eradicates the disease, and utterly destroys the
Cures Female Weakness, General Debility, Leu
corrhoea or Whites, Painful Menstruation, ulcera
tion of the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel, 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 be without It It quiets the Nervous system
and gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drue lenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by far
the 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 the pleasure of drink
ing and treating his friends, little thinking that he
is on his road to ruin. Like the Opium Kater, he
first uses the drug In small quantities 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 are precisely what
eating Is to alimentlveness, as over eating first in
flames the stomach, which redoubles 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 itself. Like the
glu.tonous tape-worm, It cries 'Give, give, glveP'
but never enough until Its own rapacity devours
Itself. Samaritan Nervine gives instant relief in
such cases. It produces sleep, quiets the nerves,
builds up the nervous system, and restores body
and mind to a healthy condition.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Syphilis, diseases
ot the Kidneys and all diseases of the Urinary Or
gans. Nervous Debility, caused by the Indiscre
tions of youth, permanently cured by tbe use of
this invaluable remedy. To you, young, middle
aged, and old men, who are covering your suffer
lrg 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 you wliL Do not keep this a secret longer, until
it saps your vitals, and destroys both body and
souL If you are thus afflicted, take DR. RICH
MOND'S SAMARITAN NERVINE. It will restore
your shattered nerves, arrest pramaturo delay, and
tmpait tone and energy to the whole system.
Cured my little girl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but It cured her. 8he can now talk and
hear as well as anybody. Pxtkb Boss,
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob stjtkb, St. Joseph, Mo.
Cured me of bronchitis, asthma, and general de
bility. OLTV2B Mxkbs. iTonton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asthma: also scrofula of many
years' standing. Isaac Jkwzu. Covington, Ky.
Cured me of fits,
Have been well for over four
Osakis, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured me of scrofula after suffering for eight
years. Albsbt Simpson, Peoria, III
Cured my son of fits.
after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thobhtoh,
, uaibom. Miss.
Has been the means of curing my wife of rheuma
tism. J. B. Fletcher, Fort Collins, CoL .
Cured me permanently
fils of a stub-
Bxr. wk. MABTnr,
... i . . n m niui
Mechanics town, Md.
Cured me of vertii
p, neuralgia and sick headache,
.as. Wm. bbnson, Aurora, I1L
Was the means of curing my wife of spasms.
Rev. J. a. Eras, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, after spending over $3,000
with other doctors. 8. B. Hobsoh,
New Albany, Ind.
SA.TlIli rAN NERVINE
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jennie Warren,
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, IlL
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family pbyxiclan. It having over 100 In 24 hours
Hshbt Knee, Vervula, Warren county, Tenn
Cured my son of fits,
after having had 2,500 In
Mrs. K. Fobes,
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Miss Orlxna Marshall,
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
X. B. Balls, Hattsvule, Kan.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
badly. Michael p'C0NNXK,Rlagw&y, Pa,
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
. . .David Tbekbli, Des Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 yean standings
4 Bjoti Clake, Fairfield, Mich.
" SAMARITAN NERVINE -
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the bead
j ; a. attsnsit, iiurui nope, n.
itired my son of fits. JEte has hoi had'a
aooutrouryeam. ru k u,i , Johm Davis.
Is for sale bv
ar mai be had
direct from oa.
who- wish to obtain rurther
hart ant hAAlth. Address J ' ' - ' '
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reared by aba RUlra Officials, amd
IVprth Carolina RaUroaii
i C0HDE1TSED SCHEDULES.
TRAINS GOTSO EAST..
Date, April 80th, 1882.
t ri. .
MJcavv vuoLtiubbe, lihiaia
" Salisbury, 5 53 a a
" High Point, ' 7 20 a m
4 40 p m
6.24 p m
7.85 p m
AiaYv ureensooro, - 00 a m
Leave wreensboro 9.30 am
arrive xuiisooro, 1 1 .47 a m
Arrive Durham, i 2.26 a m
ron5ii, 4.U5 n m
Arrive Goidsboro- 0.30
No. 17-Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .5. CO D m
Arrive at Balelgh, ...1.51 am
Arrive at GoldsbOfij,..7.20 a m
w rJP?110' with B 4 D.
S-,,?- LP?1?18 Nrth. East and West, via Dan
Wt" vxuluauoro W1U1 w. W. a. B. for Wil
li 0. S3 ConneAta
R.for all points in WeatTm Nonha-daUy
TRAINS 6OIN6 WEST.
Date, April 80th, i882. No. 50 No. 52
j Daflr. Daily.
Leave Goidsboro 10 on am "
ilt'W'-" aSpS :::::::::::
Leave Balelgh, a kk nm
Arrive DurhaS.......... 5 Otf lm
Arrive HUlsboro 546dS
Arrive Greensboro tc&lm
Leave Greensboro 15 S "fldOam
Arrive 11. 12pm 11.21 am
Ainve Charlotte, 110 a m i.qq p m
Leave Goidsboro,.. 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 p m
No. 50 -Connects at Charlotte with A A C Air
Line for all omnia in tha q..,k ; t .V- A1'
and with n f a x ri . , . ouu coumwest,
Swtheast " a11 volatB 6outh ana
Nv to ..
T.7n fTSTJ .i h A. AC Alr-
inrrV-uh A a Bomnwest: at Char
cSHSJ0" C A B. B. for all points South and
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro. 0 ok n m
Arrive Kernersvllle. 10 41 S m
e Salem . . . . . .11.25 pS
NO. 62 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro fl Kn m
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem B,BjM
Arrive Kernersvllle .".V " 550!"
NO. 53 JJaily.
Leave Salem atvtn
Arrive Kernersvllle .' ' 2n n S
Arrive Greensboro . ....... RoOpm
STATE UNIVERSITY EtAILHOAD.
Leave Chapel H11L.
10.40 a m
11.40 a m
Arrive Chapel Hill,.
12.10 p m
1.00 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars Wlont Change
J18111 50t,New York and Atlanta via Wash
Cliarleston. aDd between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, fiichmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
iJhJro?f,LT,ckete on sale Greensboro'.
Raleigh, Goidsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South. Southwest. West, North
and Bast. Fr Emigrant Rates to Louisiana. Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
o General Passenger Agent.
maJ3 Blchmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
"On and after AdiII a nth. 1 tho noaonn.
ger train service on the Atlanta A Charlotte Alr
Llne uivlslon of this road will be as follows:
WESTWARD. Express. Mall.
. No. 60. No. 62.
Leave Charlotte, M. 1.00 a m 12.50 p m
Arrive Gastonla, L 2.02 am 1.47 pm
Arrive Spartanburg. K 431am 4.06 plm
Arrive Greenville, H 5.59 am 5.29 pm
Arrive Seneca, G 7.48 am 7.03 pm
Arrive Toccoa. F... 9.18 am 8.80 pm
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,. 10.00 am 9.1 0 d m
Arrive Lula,E... 10.37am 9.46 pm
Arrive GalnesviUe J 1.06 a m 10.15 pm
Arrive Atlanta, 1.30 pm 12.40 a m
EASTWARD. Express. Mali
No. 51. No. 58.
Leave AUanta 2.15 pm 4.00 am
Arrive Gainesville 451pm ft. 1 9 a m
Arrive Lula,. 5.22 pm 6.50 am
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction, 5.59 p m 7.41 a m
Arrive Toccoa, F 6.40 pm 8.17 a m
Arrive Seneca, G &06pm 9.26 am
Arrive Greenville. H. 10.06 p m 1 1.03 p m
Arrive Spartanburg. K. 11.40 p m 12.24 p m
Arrive Gastonla, L 2.06 am 2 50 pm
Arrive Charlotte, M . 3 15 a m 4.00 pm
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
nr. r. xtauroaus.,
jb wiin arnving trains of Georgia Central, A &
n. r. ana v. a. uaiirpaqs.
C with arrlvlnor trains of fWirtria taiimni
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
F with Elbertoh Air-Line to and from Slberton.
n u witn Columbia and Greenville to and from
lAHuinuia ana cnanesion, o. C.
11 with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. R. c.
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllle, and Spartan-
uuis, uuiuu ojua ouiuiuuia to ana irom Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Colambia. '
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
nuui uauao mill viltsster.
M with c. a ft A.-tL a, B. ft D. and A.. T. ft o.
tor an points west, nortn ana fast.
Pullman sleeptngcar service on trains Nos. 50
aaa 01 aaiiy, wimouL cnange between Atlanta and
new xora. a. POPE,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R. TaLOOTT,
I. T. SAGS, Superintendent.
C., 0. & A. R. K. CO.
In Effect Sunday, June 4th, 1882.
Arrive Bock Hill,...
Arrive Lexington,.. .
Arrive Bldge Spring,
1.35 p m
2.88 p m
8.80 p m
4.35 p m
6.00 p m
6.07 P ni
8 02 p m
10.16 p m
8.3(1 a m
Leave Charlotte. .
Arrive Bock Hill,
Arrive Bldge Spring
Arrive Augusta,. .
58 o m
Train No. 52, Daily-Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C. R. R, for Charleston, and with thaC. ft
G. B. B. for Alston. Newberry, Abbeville, &a At
Augusta witn central' Georgia H. B lor Macon,
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No. 48, Dally-Connects at Angusta with
the Georgia R. B. and Central Georg R. B. for
Mncon, Atlanta. Savannah and. Florida points.
, Trains Nos. 18 and20 local, trl-weely, Mon
xi ays, Wednesdays and Fridays. . .
Trains from the south arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, daily, at 6.85 pi m. Freight, daily except
puuuay, at .4Z a. mi ana 40 p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNXS8XK ft OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 58, Dally, .
'- Leave Charlotteu . ...
Arrive at Statesville,
Train "No. 52, Dally,
Arrive at Charlotte., .
. . ... 8 00 p m
10 05 p m
.1... 6.00 IB
Tickets sold to all potnta Sooth, Southeatt and
f ouinwesi, ana baggage checked through. No
lay-over auowea on local tickets. AtOPS,
TtM. B,TAiWT, an'I Passenger Agent.
-- ' . GenT Manager t-.
Office under tha Central rrn..i
r.i" ProPUy attended to: f t sj-t
In great variety, just recelvea at ths
r T-r r
ijn A ST
Lot of elegant
REFRIGERATORS aDd ICE CHESTS.
FLY FANS AND FLY TRIPS.
CE CREAM FRGEZEH.S, beat made,
AIR.TIUHT FKUT jAUs
WATER COOLERS. POBCBXAIN LINKD.
Mocking Bird Cages, Canary and Breeumgc
Baby Swings, etc., etc.
ways on hand, wholesale and tetaR t lWare
prices. Please give us Zl 1 at rea8onable
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and Supplies Furnished.
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COPPER MATTE AND BASF Rill I m
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
THOMAS BINNS Metallurgist.
A H. KIDNEY, .Mining Engineer.
JOHN HOLLIDAY,.. Paof. Chemist
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And In fact everything kept in a
First-Class Grocery Store.
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) Mesaage to the Unfortunate Buffering."
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tl00O BKWAKD will be naW to any chemist
who will find on analysis of luo bottles of 8. a.
one particle of Mercury, Ioalde of Potassium, or
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