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DAILY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: THURSDAY JtTN'fi 29, 1882.
T HABTBB B V""7 -3TH . . in mv hands, mad
W. in nff
natural healthful tone te
the digestive org an md
4 to General
tUe,Protration of Vital
oodcuuo oi m r"- rnf. zrv.": t thin mat
oma of oar most eminent u"j- -7-fT- hrw.
JSctUREDBYTHE DB.HABTEB MEDICINE CO..mnTMAl?l ST. ST. LOUIS.
Of 10 pieces, at from
$22 to $225 PER SETT
Of 7 pieces, at from
$35 to $150 PER SETT.
E. M. Andrews,
AT WHITE FRONT.
AROMATIC Schiedam Schnapps, for sale by
H. H. JORDAN & CO..
TNSECT Powder will destroy all kinds of Insects,
x ror saie oy
B. H. J0BD4N 4 CO ,
junlO Tryon street.
rONSTANTINS'S Persian Healing Plna Tar,
J Buchan's Carbolic : Toilet end disinfecting
Glenn's Sulphur and Cnlicura Soaps.
B. H. JORDAN CO..
JunlO ' J' " Druggists.
A FRESH STJPPLY
rTURRANT'S Seltzer Aperient, Iodla, Bromldla
4. Jacob's Cordial, 4c., Just received by
R. H. JORDAN & CO..
junlO Tryon street
inUBKB Cigarettes and Louge's Plugs, for sale
B. H. JORDAN CO..
WE HAVE A FULL
STOCK of English Tooth and Hair Brushes.
R. EL JORDAN k CO.
QRTbTAL Soap and Sopollo, for sale by
R. H. JORDAN Oa,
JunlO ' Druggists.
TRDIT PBKSyRVATlTK la the best and cheap-
: - SL H. JORDAN CCS,
WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR NEW
Including all the latest novelties
in the MILLINERY LINK,
PLU9IES, ?! " '
BIBBONS, ' ;
In all the new stylet, colon and qualities.
Also, all the dm styles and qualities of LACKS,
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hosiery
Gloves, Parasols. Ac, the LAK91ST and MOST
COMPLETI STOCK IN THK CITY.
Our I'atlero Ihb.and Boonets
Oa Hoaday, Uareh 27th,
When we will be pleased to show the Ladles the
GRANDEST DI8PLAY,OF VINK MILLINERY
t bey have ever seen In talclty.
Mrs. P. Dery.
Yon will find a choice and complete stock of
Coldcnrs, LeibigV - Liquid Extract
BEEP Ud TOPflO INVIGORATOR,
CIGARS 1 TOBACCO,
THE nNESt BELECTlON la the CITY,
nctudlng the famoui tk FAKXPA brand of cigars
Chemicals and Toilet Articles,
an assortment and eterythiDi gene?.uiy kepi m i
-first dass Drui store. Special aaennon given to
PbyiictAna' FreslpUoni day end night Satls-
faction guaranteed, . , . ,
- C7 GIYK MX A CALL.
Comtf Ta4r,...jnu!??....Cifle Street
. a : I
Spring . and SummeT : Styles
l combination of.Frai
toxideof Irony l'eruviar
a natatabto f ort, line
ouly preparation of iron ,
that wtif not blacken tho '
other iron preparation. ;
ml nolhfeur to eri 9 the revolt that Da.
Female Diseases, Dyspepsia, and impover-
le some wonaemu oures. uNWHHium
and incomparable remedy, I preecnDe
A aa IR- HaBTK-'S IBON TOH10 is a He-
ash Arm., St, Looia, Ma, Wot. th, 1881
13 A SPXSDT CUBE FOB
Blind or Bleeding Plies. Hemorrhoids, Botes, Ul
cers, Tumors, Itching of the Pans, Fistulas .
and all Kindred Diseases; also of Bums,
Corns, Felons, Fever Hores, Scald
Head, Tetter, Sore Nipples, etc
Atlanta, Ua., August 25, 1877.
After an experience of twenty-five years in sell
lrg this ointment, and during that time having
oinaAiT watahAd lra effects, and having the testi
mony of my friends and neighbors to confirm my
confidence In Its merits, I became fully satisfied ot
Its value, and I have bought the exclusive right to
maxe ana seu is. ana oner u h.jwu as me uesi
remedy In the world, especially lor. all forms ot
Pile&. i n v.T-r.a tmt s m rrHTT A T a .
tUAu inn iiuiuiunuiio.
This Is to certify that I have tried Poor's Pile
Ointment in a case of piles, and Btate that it gave
more rener man anyinmg i nave ever inea. i iur
ther state that as a remedy for burns it Is unpar
alleled. I also usea n lor a case oi newer in my
fMt nf twenty vears' standing, and say that It Is
the first thing that I hare ever tried , that gave roe
more than momentary relief. 1 onslder now that
1 am entirely relieved from thai distressing fl.B-
lunn v. mwouK.r
v yroup county, ;Ga.a '
Havina been afflicted for ten yearVat Interval,
with that distressing malady, the plies, and after
many Ineffectual trials of the remedies In common
ue, 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. 1 have no hesitancy In
expressing the opinion that It is the most efficient
remedy ror nies tver invemea.
U. A. DUIjL,
LaG range, Ua.
This is to certify that I used Pryor"s Ointment In
a case of severe burn, and that in a very few days
It was entirely relieved of RlmflammatlQn.and
hAAied rnidlv. After the first aDnllcatlon of the
Ointment, the patient suffered no pain whatever,
R.tha nii( nf Mr. Wnn. I used your Pile
Ointment on a servant girl "Who had been sunenni
tar aioht tAara with a most a2STavated case e:
niiM RhA tmnmvwl from the verr first day's use
of your Ointment, and lief ore us tag ttetox she
was entirely recovered. G. w. fostjsk.
This is to certify that I have used Poor's Pile
ointment and sai that It is. In my opinion, the
tast remadT for Diles ever Dresented to the pubiia
I say this from a positive appiieauan oi mo reme
dy on my own person. xtiu-i. a. nunuin,
xroup couutj, un.
For sae bv all dealers In medicine. Price 50
cents per box. Sent by mall on receipt or price.
nr. t i norm T
For sale by Dr. T. C. Smith, Charlotte, N. C.
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's Stomach Bitters. Ladies of the
most delicate constitution testify to Its harmless
and Its lestofatlte vroprtiee-- Physicians vry
where, disgusted with the adulterated liquors of
commerce, prescribe as the safest anttmostre
liable of all stomachics. ,
FOB SAL'S BT ALLDRrjGGISTS AND DXAXXBS
- - 6XHEBALLT. S
JUBl ' iiT' '-"'1
not a cause. Its origin la
wttMnfltiinaalfestattpns without Hence, to cure
toe aisease ue capbb must De removea, at a in
do other way can s cure ever be effected. WAR
NER'S SAFE KIDNEY and LIVER CUBS is es
tabllshedon Just this principle. It realizes that
03 PER CENT.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, audit strikes at once, at the root ot the dlfnV
eolty. The elements of which ft is composed let'
directly" upoll these- great organs botll as a food
ua kxvivhmu, sua, uj iucu menwu a eaily
concnaon, drive disease and pain frpta the sys-
tern. , "
- - Vi '
For tbe Innumerable troubles caused bv 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 of lmposters,
imitations and concoctions said to be Just as good.
For Diabetes, ask tor WARNER'S SAFE DIA
BETES CURE. For sale by all dealer?.
; : H. H4 WARNER ft CO.,
i Rochceter. IV. Y.
Steinway, Webber, Decker Bro's,
, HAIHES and GATE CITY
NEW YORK PIANOS, U U conceded, lead the
World. I am agent .for aU the celebrated New
York makes and SELL THEM AT FACTORY
Do not be fooled by flashy advertisements,
fore yon boy and t will
how you that I can
atatanee au compe- j
ton, pottt In Price and J
trial anl this can cost
yon nothing, while it
may be ;th meaai o';
'saving you a greW dear ??
in an instrument,
ro.-as always In stock either to sell or
mmnt. fau sin A mrtrirGMH
L KDUlt O '
t--tvv wrj' -
HP CtUBRATED A
Burke County Democratic Convention.
MORGANTON. N. C, June 24, 188-'.
In pursuance of u call of the chair
man of thts Democratic executive com
mittee of Burke county a meeting was
held on Saturday, the 24th day of June,
1882, at the court house in Morgauton,
which, at the suggestion, of Col. Sam'l.
McD. Tate, was orornn'zed by calling to
the chair J. II. nll'man, Esq., and the
appointment us sbcretaries of rlaaacr
Avery and Dr. U. C. Pearson.
Col.Tate then explained the objectf
the meeting to be the appointment of
delegates in the State convention.
Major J. W. Wilson then introduced
the following resolutions which, after
being discussed by himself, Col. Tate
and J. C Mills were, on motion of J. A.
Lackey, unanimously adopted : '
Resolved, 1st. That in reviewing .the
history of the State of North Carolina
since its government has been adminis
by Democratic officers we see in the re
stored credit of the State the immense
increase in wealth aud population, and
the healthy financial condition of the, I
counties cause tor tnanKiuiness,ana tue
most cogent reasons for renewingour
pledges of fidelity to the party and its
Resolved 2nd. That we recognize in
the Republican party, reinforced by the
few recreant Democrats who have been,
bought with Federal offices or lea by
disappointment at their failure hitherto
to command the confidence of the peo-
Sle, a foe more menacing and not less
angerous to the prosperity and happi
ness of the people of North Carolina
than the horde of cametbacreers who
robbed and insulted us during the dark;
days of reconstruction. ' !
Resolved, 3rd. That the system of tax
ation adopted by the Federal eovern-
ment should he so modified as to take
from the people no more money than is
absolutely necessary for the economical
administration of all its departments,
and a gradual reduction of the public
Resolved, 4th. That we favor an im
mediate repeal of all laws imposing a
direct tax for the support of the gov
ernment of the United States, but if it
should prove impracticable to abolish
the internal revenue system with its
attending demoralization, fraud and
corruption, then we urge upon our Sen
ators and Representatives in Congress
the importance of so amending the
constitution that the revenue officers
who now receive in salaries in North
Carolina alone more than $500,000, shall
be elected by the people of the localities
to which they are assigned.
Resolved, 5th. That it is the highest
duty of the lawmakers of the State to
provide for the protection of the prop
erty as well as the person of all its citi
zens, and while the people of Burke
might naturally expect fair and honest
management of the county finances
either With the former or present sys
tem of county government in force, it
is the duty of the Legislature to protect
our Eastern brethren against the rapa
city of ignoiant majorities who, under
tlio former system confiscated their
property under the pretense of levying
Resolved, 6th. That the. palpable in
consistencies of the Republican party
in pretending to inaugurate a liberal
movement under the auspices and min
agementof its own leaders in placing
at the head of its judical ticket the
author of the law providing for county
government and in nominating for
judge of the first district an active ad
vocjate of prohibition, while pretending
through the party platform to favor
the abolition of the existing system of
county government and to oppose pro-
nibition, lurnisn ample evidence tbat
the so-called coalition is guided by no
fixed principles, and is held together
only by the hope of reward for handing
'the State over to the miseries and op
pression of Republican rule.
Resolved, 7th. That the prohibitory
law submitted to the vote of the people
for their ratification or rejection by the
General Assembly at its last session
having been rejected by an overwhelm
ing majority, we regard the question as
settled and the law. as null and void,
.ana any attempt to revive its agitation
is only an effort to divert the minds of
the people from the great and living
Resolved, 8th. That the chairman ap
point 8 delegates and 8 alternates to
represent this county in the State Con
vention, to be held in Raleigh on the
Resolved, 9th. That Judge R T Ben
nett is the choice of our people for Con-gressman-at-large,
and our delegates be
instructed to cast the vote of this county
for him.. ? ,' .-,,..' j:
The chairman then appointed the fol
lowing delegates, to-wit:
I F Warlick; alternate, J Wesley
W B McDowell; alternate, John Hol
Teftvay. J A Lackey ; alternate, B A Berry. .
i u v jmcnaux : alternate, j a kodd.
f? Calvin Flouck; alternate, R C Per
kins. ' ,
-" II Burr; alternate, J WHap'-"
S McD. Tate ; .alternate, D J Hicks.
Jos C Mills; alternate, John Chap
man. - y '
And on motion of' .Major Wilson the.
cu airman ana secretaries names were
added to the list of delegates. m
Col Tate moved that the chairman of.
the executive committee be instructed
to cull a primary meeting of the town
ships on the last Saturday (29th) of Jnly;
to appoint delegates to the county corf
vention to.be held in this pUce ori.the.
first Monday in.August. -
Col Tate moved that in the event
that the senatorial or congressional
"Convention be called prior to the county
convention that any Democrat in good
standing desirous f attending may-be
"thnrWH is mnronmt iha iSar-n-rofo
r a. s . m t vtt it 1 j . x t
iuoiiou 01 j w uappoxat, t vu
chairman of the executive committee
was instructed to have published 1,000
copies of the proceedings of this meet
ine; further, that' the secretaries send
the same to the Rajeigh News and Ob
server, and Charlotte Observer,
with request to publish.
On motion of Maj Wilson thanks
were voted to the chairman and secre
taries and the meeting adjourned.
' J; IT. Hoffman, ChAirman.
R. C. Pearson,
The Internal Revenue Bill.
The following is the bill ior the re-;
duction of internal revenue taxation,
which passed the House of Represent
atives Tuesday. J
lie it enacted, tfThat on and after
the passage of this' act; except as here
inafter provided, the taxes herein spec-
mea imposed by the internal revenue
laws now in force be and the same are
hereby repealed, namely :
The stamp tax on bank checksdraf ts,
orders and vouchers ; the tax pn the
capital and deposits ot banks and bant
ers under setAionj yiirtyfour hundred
and eight of the Revised Statutes of the
of the United States as amended ; the
tax on the capital and deposits of na
tional banks under section 5214 of said
Revised Statutes. Jiotlncl-d-n-tihatax-
es on the capital andTdeposits of said
banks, bankers and national banks - for
the six months " period ending in tbe
case of national banks on the. thirtieth
dayof JAe,i82,ArliirA ? .fl?SrU
otner DanKs ana bankers on tne tmrtj
first day of May r 1882 jr the, .tax
matches, perfumery ,A medicinal5 prepa
rations and other articles imposed by
schedule Av following tSeetion1 thirty
four hundred and thirty-seven of - said
Revised Statutes. --ta-'-M''r
Section 2. That from and after the
1st df Ma-. 1883. dealers in. leaf tobac-H
co ahall Dav 12. in manufacture-tobac-
nnSki'Afl all ma-nfnntlirArfe fft .InhAcdlt
06, nianuf afitnf ersi tof cigars 647Pedf
alersi ot tobacco, spun: ana. Jgars snan
pay special taXes. 'aaf fblldWB r PedaTers
of the nfatclaaal -alrlt&s aleeAblawiQMw irr-,y-jmes9:.wM ourV
aecond class. 615 :,tblrd class,7 29
n-A.u - K4',.J," d ant '-of ail rlalara ft
1 -mmv-a crnirri fytrn t n 1 rr v nun 1 a
eacWflollar cm hhe amount -of their
"monthly sales in txcessof the sale .of
Section 4. That on cigars, which shairf
ds manuracturea and sold or removea
for consumption or use, there shall be
assessed and collected the following
taxes, to be paid by the manufacturer
thereof: On cigars of all descriptions,
made of tobacco or any substitute there-
tor, $4, per thousand; on cigarettes,
weighing not more than .three pounds
per thousand, ,75 cents per thousand;
on cigarettes, weighing more than three
pounds per thousand, $5 per thousands
Provided, that upou all original un
broken packages of checks, matches,
cigarsi cheroots and cigarettes held by
manufacturers or dealers' on the pas
sage of this apt, on which the. tax has
been paid, there shall be allowed a re
bate or drawback to the full amount of
How to Cure Sunstroke,
Far an effective cure for sunstroke
the following is especially commended:
Remove the patient to a shaded spot at
once. Place the body in a sit tine pos
ture, the backi'Against a wall'with the''
feet and legs resting upon the sidewalk
and extended in front, of the "body. Get
ice Water and a bottle of some essence
of ginger. Pour the ice water over the
headijopiously ; never mind tbclothes.
Then, pour two or 4 three tallespoonf uls
of gincer in about half a tumbler of
watet andmake the patigfrls wallow it'
quickly. Jieep tbe head cool by using
a little of the ice,, water, and in case
there is not much of a glow upon the
bddy, give more ginger. "Ifjbe direc
tions are followed thera wilLjjono Qc
Casion for the services of'an under
taker. Ginger is far the best to use, but
where it cannot be had quickly two or
three, good drinks of brandv - will an
swer in US. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
WILL CURE 8CKrf;E,A,
And is unequalea as a TONIA It will cure Rheu
matism, Cancer In its early stages. Heart Disease,
Chronic Bilious Colic, Eruptions, bbla and Blood
; ! ' '
Gov, Holden's ptxicaa,
Raleigh, N. C., Dec 2d, 188a
I take pleasure In stating that & raaiber of my
family has used Mrs. Joe Perscn's Indian Tonic
with good resu'ts. I believe her rsmss? to he ex
cel leu t lor the purposes for wisisb. it is intended.
;. W7 yr'HOJDSIN-
Judg-e Strowg's Opinleta.
RaleJgte, N. C, Dec. 1st, 1880.
Mrs. Joe Persona-
Madam Some m-inths ago I wag In bad health,
suffering from debility, indigestion end loss of
appetite, when a friend who had experienced great
benefit from use of yotsc jeiae3y, Induced me to
try It as a tonic. I did 00 with, the most happy re
sults.' I take great pleasure 4n recommending It
as a valuable and etrclent Vegetable Trante, and
wish you much success.
GEO. V. STRONG.
Debt II If.
Newbern, September 6th, 1881.
I have used Mrs. Joe Person's Tonic for general
debility consequent upon living In a low country,
and found great benefit from it as an appetizer
which gave tone to the stomach
MARY BAYARD CLARXS.
After Otber ITJeanw i&ad Failed
- Oxford, N. C, February 2d. 188a
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured our little girl,
who was badly afflicted with scrofula In the ejes,
after all otber available means had failed.
I am prepared to PROVE that (bare discovered
the vegetable -antidote for Scrofula;- My Remedf
will expel the disease 1 rom the system,, thus rea
derlngtt the best BLOOD PUR1F1BR known. '1
have sold over 4.0C0 bottles, end have never re-
ceived one unfavorable report Infallible for
Scrofula and Eruptions, fold and endorsed by
tbe Drugelsis of North Carolina, bend for circu
lar combining testimonials ot remarkable cures.
Thee testimonial cOtue, not from the far West
or the Territories, but from well known cltttena
of your own 8tate. Ask your dttiggtet for my
Remedy. Price SI pfr bottle S5 per half dozen.
For further Information, address
Mrs. JOB PSRSON,
junlO Frankllnton, N. C
The Public is requested carefully to
notice the new and enlarged Scheme to
be drawn Monthly.
F CAPITA l pinzr, tra
Ticket only ti. bltsureetn Prop rt Ion
Louisiana State Lottery
Incorporated In 1888 fer SS years try the Legis
lature for Educational and GbartUMe purposes
with a capital of $1,000.000 te which reserve
fund of $550,000 has slnee beetr added.' y
uy an overwhelming noDular rote tte frane hlse
was made a part ot the present Btate.ConsUtutlon
aoopteo uecemoer ad, a. a 187. ' i
The only Lottery ever voted oa and endorsed by
the people of any State. It never scales or post
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawing will
take place monthly.
.. A 8PLEHDID OPPOEnriTITY
TO WIN 'A FOBTUNE 8EVENTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASti G, AT NEW ORLEANS, .
TUESDAY, JULY lltli, 181,
146ili Itlonthly- Drawing-.
Look at tbe Following Scheme, under the ex
clusive supervision anennanagemem or ukm. u.
T. BEAUREuARD. ot LeutslHBa. ant Gerl JUBAL
A. SABLY, of Virginia, who manage ail the oraw
lngs bf this CotnpHny, both' oriinarj and frmU
aJniual,and attest tne correeiaeeset the publish
ed Cffldal Lists.- .t, . - Mk in; i:'..u., : -i-
c a pit 1 1; p aiE,ji7it6oJ
100,OM Tlck F Ve-Dlire Ecb.
Fracliona, In F. fi In Proportion. '
LIST OF PRCSCSr
PRIZES of $6.
....... j.., 10,000
" 1.0 m
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APPROXf A?W3 rSUES.
4 Approxiniatton Pr1zi of 1750.
9 Approxiinatton- PrtM ef KM.. . .
9 Appvoxlmatloa Pvtem T ' ISO .
1667 MsM,tomn!itf te, .
Apatleatton lor rat-r to cobs, should only be
maoe to the office 01 the company In New Orleans.
For farther Information write clearly, giving full
address. Send o'ders brptss.Hegli,tered Let
ter or Money Order, uddrerseJ only to
. , : New Orleans, La.
607 St-yeatU slreiL WahlgtorvDa -N.
B.- Order.t nddresfed to Ne Orleans will ro
celve prompt attention.
siii j trim
! i'.') '- UlMI ! lMl:- riSX Mtsfj
. These owui ocnu- montlu (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General- As
sembly of Kentucky. . , . . . ,
The United Stntee dnratt Court on MarH M,
rendered the followtaff decisions: u U ' u f L j
Ist-i-That the Commonwealth DWrtbotido Com-
-Ita drawings are fair.
The ComDnnv has now on Bane a large reaerv
theUstof prices ior e
Prize., -. . . rteateS. 80,000
9 Prizes. 20(
1U KKU.. .......
1,980 piWeM mm-n$ - .-$X13UlPQ
woMii Tmum. 2; Bar TlOceta, sit Jnoketn
J , 50;5TlCkta,8100t.i h)yuil
" Remit MCneyW BaikirtKlWi Letter, wjgtmi
bv Express. . DON'T STTNn-BT3 RKGI3TEBr
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER.
,tr B. ' m. .BOARDMA'Nk , OourieNoarn 1 - Erana, u 1 .. i 1. j 3 ,.tI lmtiiD'm&tL&tl Uumivi '1 j prestU atteoded taJ V 11 l.Puwishtior eouuoewsr' i .iT,TT7v
C UR EG
The only known Speclflcemedy for Kpl'eptle Fits.
Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms, Convulsions, St
Vitus Dance. Vertigo. Hlsterics, Insanity, Apoplexy,
Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and atl Nerv
ous Diseases. This infallible 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
thagerus of 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
corrboea or Whites, Painful Mentruation, Ulcera
tion ot the Uterus, Internal Heat, Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder, Irritability of the Bladder.
Fob Wakefulness at nlgbt, there Is no better
remedy .During the change of life no Female
should be without it It quiets the Nervous system
and. gives rest, comfort, and nature's sweet sleep.
Cures Alcoholism, Drat ienness and tbe habit of
Opium Sating. These degrading habits are by far
the worst evils that have ever befallen suffering
huraanlty. 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 bis friends, little thinking that he
Is oa his road to luln. Like the Opium Eater, be
first uses the a rug In small quantities as a harmless
antidote. The soothing Influence Qt the drug
takes strong bold upon Its victim, leading, him on
0 m own destruction. The habits oi Opium
Eating and Liquor Drinking are precisely what
eating Is to aiimenUveness, as over eating first in
flames the stomach, which redoubles Its cravings
UtitU a paralyzes both the stomach and appetite.
80 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
srlu tonous taDe-worm. it cries "Give. give, elvet"
but never enough until Its own rapacity devours
Itself. Samaritan Nervine gives Instant relief In
such cases. It produces sleep, outets the nerves,
Jmlldsup the nervous system, and restores body
and rxuna w a asiuiy oonmuon.
Cures Nervous Dyspepsia. Palpitation of tbe Heart,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Syphilis, diseases
f the Kidneys and all dlsaases of the Urinary Or
gans, nervous ueoimy, causea oy tne inaiscre
ttntii ef youth, penn&nanUy cured by tbe use of
this Invaluable remedy. To you, young, middle
aged, and old msn, who are covering your suffer-
U-gias witn a mantie Dy sueuce, jook up, you can
be saved by timely efforts, and make ornaments
to society, and feweia In the crown of your Maker,
If you wilL Do not keep tbla 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 pr mature delay and
Impart tone and energy to the whole system.
Cured my little gtrl of fits. She was also deaf and
dumb, but It cured her. She can now talk and
bear as well as anybody. Pxthb Boss,
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob Sutxb, St Joseph, Ma
Cored me of bronchitis, asthma, and "general de
bility. Oliyb Mxxbs, Ironton, Ohio.
Has cured me of asthma: also scrofula of many
years' standing. ' Isaac Jkwtju Covington, kj.
Cured me of fits. Have been well for over four
years. Charlxs E. Ccbtis,
Os&kla, Douglas county, Minn.
Cured me ot scrofula after suffering for eight
years. Albebt ikfson, Peoria, LL
Cured my son of fits, after spending $2,400 with
other doctors. , J. W. Thokbton. Clalbom, Miss.
., -.5 f - - - ! " - "' '
3 . SAMARITAN NER VINE
hRs been the means of enrlnjt my. wife of rheuma
tlemj . J. B.FijSTCHB,FortColMns,CoL
e SAMARITAN NERVJNE
turfed tnepemane-Oy of etrtiet-tostnb
twrn cnametez. ; .V itAB-w. .
Cared e4 ferOge, ewalgta and sick headache.
Msk. Wm. Bimsok, Aurora, 111.
. SAHARITAN NERVINE
1 oi ewrmc aty wife of spMma,
Rkv. J. A. Enu. Beaver, Pa.
A MAR IT AN NERVINE
Cured me of asthma, after spending ever $8,000
with ether doctors. 8. B. Hobsoh,
New Albany, Ind.
SflectuaUy eured me of spasms. ,
T MISS JBNHXB WABHKH,
740 Weal Van Buren street, Chicago, 11L
Cured our child of tits afterglven up to die by our
family physician, it having over 1 00 in 24 hours
- ELenbi KtrKK,Tervtll,-Warren county, Tenn
Cured my son of fits,
after having had 2,500 to
Mbs. E. Fobxs. .
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
4T . MlSSOBL-NA MABSHAU:
t ! ... Gcanby, Hewton county, 1
; SAMARITAN jNERVINE ...
al jkade a anre ure of a case or fits f ot my son
X. B. Balls, Hattsvllle, Kan.
Cured a friend of mine Hvbo' ad dyspepsia very
, MTimin. uxtwxb, tttagway. r.
Has permanenUy enred tse ef ' epnepOo fits.
- Davto Tbucblt, Dee Moines, Iowa.
. ' SAlki'AN;NE4iriNE" :'
Cured m.wlta of enflAnnv nf
i -f! tftfS J- n!iUf?i
, SAMAitlTAN NSM
!ic.-k- v a.
Cured nai. wtfe ot anervooe disease of the head
' , Ai 1? GsAa7North Hope, Pa. "
' T SAMARITAIW, IV-rviwr
Cured my son of fltsi,. He-JhaaJaot had a fit
f-,U lwodbtiTri,Mt)m county
eveXrwhere.rTw may phd.
iose who wish to obtain tunnej
of the curative robertiea t iMi
e will nleaseenelose a 8 cent ppsiw"K
oracDDtet'our iimstratervoern i"r
grvteg handredeef stUBonlftls Pt ? i their
no nave usea mo meaiwuB, "". ir--
f il-y UHtllJ
uih iiuifiiwmuuuu. ii.i " 11 .
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ue iviiowing setter? ai Cor
rxect'd by tbe Railroad omclala, and
may be Relied en aa Correct :
TKAIMS QOXHQ BAST.
Date, April 8ath, 1882.
Leave Charlotte, .... .
Arrive Green 8boro,. . . ,
r.8 a ui
7 20 am
i .-jO a m
11 47 am
4.05 p m
6 30 i m
4 4Up m
6.24 p m
7. 85 p m
8.05 p m
No. 17-DaIly except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro. . .5 00 n m
Arrive at Raleigh,... i.51am
Arrive at Goldsboro,. .7.20 a m
iMi??,onn,ecteJat Greensboro' with R&D.
f0.al1 P?1?18 Nort&.Kast and West, via Dan
$ngto Grd8boro wlttl W. & W. a R. for WU
So. 53-Connects at Salistury with W. N. C. a
B. for aU points in Western North Carolina; daily
9&SS2fgtf D. B R. tor a.ia
Date, April 80th, 1882. No. 50 No. 52
Leave Goldsboro,. 10.00 a m
Amve Baieigh..: ; PS :::::::
Leaye. Raleigh, 3 65pm
Arrive Durham 5 0 n m
" g1"800" 548 pm :::::::::::
Arrive Greensboro 8.05 pm .
hK1?1? 15pm 9 40am
A.T Hlh Point,. 9.50 p m 10. 10 a m
Arve Salisbury,. 11.12pm 11 2l am
Arrive Charlotte 1.10 am 1 .00 p m
N 0. 1 8 - Dally except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro... 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leave Raleigh 6 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 pm
t No. EO Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Alr-
H"Jieii0thao IS)15.t8. South and Southwest,
and with C, C.4 A. R. R. for all points South and
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. C Alr
Llpe for all points South and Southwest; at Char
lotte with 1 C., c & a. R. R. for all points South and
IV. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
"' aiTJousuu y.jj5 p m
JM-iucrevmo. 1U.4I pm
AiiiTo cxueiu 11.25 p m
no. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
votnv ureeiiBDoro H 50 a m
1 .nn T7 . 111- ."'"Tf nlU
jvefueraviue . 1 1.01 a m
attito saiem. 11.B5 a m
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
T .... a i
Arrive Kernersvlile 5.50 am
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
NO. 68 Dally.
Leave Salem 6.00 p m
Arrive Kernersvlile 6.40 pm
Arrive Greensboro 8 00pm
STATE UNIVERSITY RtlLROAD,
GOING NORTH. Dally
Leave Chapel Hill,... 10.40 a m
Arrive University, 1 1.40 a m
1 No. 2.
GOING SOUTH. Dal y
Arrive University 12.10 p m
Arrive Chapel Hill ... 1.00 p m
PfllliaiiSleeM Cars Hut Ctone
On T. rain No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington ana Danvme, and between Greensboro and
Ori Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Uhariotte via Danville.
KrThrough Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
uaielKh, ooldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
an principal points south. Southwest. West, North
and East. it Emigrant Rates fo Louisiana, Tex
as, Araansas ana tne uoutnwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
may2 Richmond. Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
'On and after Anril 30th. 1 882. the nassan-
ger train service on Uie Atlanta & Charlotte Alr-
un division 01 tnis road will be as follows :
Leave Charlotte, M.
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Spartanburg. K
Arrive Greenville, H
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
Arrive Lula, E
2.02 a m
10.00 a m
12.50 0 m
1.47 p m
7.08 d m
8.10 pm J
y.4H p m
12.40 a m
Arrive Lula, E ...
451 p m
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
10.06 p m
Arrive toccoa, r
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg, K . . . .
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Charlotte, M .
2 06 a ml
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P. Railroads.
B with arriving trains ot Georgia Central,
w. r. ana w. a a, Kanroaas.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
X with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
irom Athens, ua.
F with Elberton Alr-1
vLlneto and from Elberton,
nd GraenvUle to and from
G with Columbia and
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
H with Columbia and OsesiKrUleito -end from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C
K with Spartanburg and Ashevllle, and gp&rt
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Hendenco
and Ashevine, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester aad Leotr Narrow Gaage te i
from Dallas ana Chester.
vr itk n; n V. - . i t i m r
for Atl nolnts West. North end Is.
JU Vita v- u. . , v., u. u. miv m , a. v,
PiillWiiut" stMnlnsscar 'service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 dally, -Uhout cdange between Atlanta and
New York. a. xp,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. K. R. TlLCOTT,
1. Y. SAGE, Superintendent.
C. C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, June 4th; 1882.
Arrive Bock Hill
Arrive Wlnnsbpro.i. .
Leave Columbia,.. . . .
Arrive Lexington,. . . .
Arrive Ridge Spring,.
Arrive Granite ville, . .
2.88 p m
8.30 p m
6.00 p m
6.07 P m
8.30 a m
Arrive Rock Hill,
Arrive Ridge Spring,. , .
Arrive Augusta,.. - ....
10 00 pm
Train No. 62, Daily Conoeeta at Colombia with
thn s. c. R. R. for Charleston, and with the C At
. R. B. for Alston. Newberry, Abbenile, Ae. At
Augusta with Central Georgia. B. B for Macon,
nannnsh nrl Tlniidn notnts.
Train No. 48, Daily-Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia R. Bt and .Central Georg R. R, for
Mnn itianta. ftftvnnfiah and Florida DOints.
Trains Nos. 18 and 20, local, trHveekly, Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays. -
Train from the South Arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger. dally, at 6.85 p. m. Freight, dally except
Sunday, at 8.4a a. m.' and 448 p.m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. .58, Dally. .
Arrive at Statesvllle,
Train No, 52, Dally, . 1
, Leave Statesvllle,. . ..
l-- Arrive at "Charlotte,..
05 p m
' ' rbofa anid tn -ii ntntk flntith. Southeast and
pAnthBMwL ni ika-mse checked through. No
- . . . 1 HAD.
lay-over aiioweuon kkjjw ucei. ,..
' T. M. p. TAiooTT. . wen i raspeoaw vsa.
, ..OoldmbUk-a. C, June 4Xi 1882, ' ' ' , ;
In great variety, Just rficeivea at the
Lot of elegant
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CHFS1S
FLY FANS AND FLY TRIPS.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, beat oid.
A1R.TIUHT FKTJIT Jn.
WATER COOLERS. PORCELAIN LINED.
Mocking Bird Cages. Canary and Bfeedin. Ca.
Baby Swings, etc., etc.
1 VuU l?e ot Cntoft' Crockery. iassWf,
Lamps. Fancy Goods nd Bliver platee Z
ways on hand, wholesale and retau at rea,nh,:
prices. Please give us a call reasonable
J. BROfiKFIELD & CO.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Metallurgists, Assayers and Analytical Chemists
COLD and SILVER REFINERS.
Practical Hill-Runs of Ores 100 lbs. and upward.
REFRACTORY ORES TKEATRD.
Surveys, Mtne Examinations. RenorrR. sttAt,
and Maps made. Constructions of woriu
and Supplies Furnished.
' MANAGERS OF
The New England Smelting Works
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BUI LION
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
THOMAS BINNS. Mstallprgist.
A. H. KIDNEY, Mining Enuinb.
JOHN HOLLIDAY Prof. Chkmist
-5 sq ei l St N M
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Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with - R. & D. R. R. from all
points North and soutn and rrorn uaieign. run-
man P&lsce Sleeping Juar. Jrom wreepsporo' 10
Henri's. CoatnecU at ateavuie: wunj a ih.
Dlvlsiow of C, C. 4 A. R. R. with Sleeping Oar
from Charleston, S. C, to Henrys, open ooser-
vatlon cars run over the mountain both ways be
tween Henry's and Warm Springs, affording a
magnificent day-light view of tbe Mountains and
French Broad river. Connects at Warm Springs
with train ot-A Tenn-ja.aK!fclot?iorris-town
and points South -West
Train No. 2
Connect at Warm Springs with E.T..V. 40a R 6.
Pullman Sleepers irom uenry t to ureensooro',
and Sleeping Cars from Henry's, to Charleston, 8.
U. connects at statesvuie wim a., 1. a. xj.
sion of the C, C & A. R. R. and at Salisbury with
B. ft D. B R. for a'l points North and South.
on sale at Salisbury, statesvllle, A she ville and the
Warm Springs to an principal cities.
8ummer excursion tickets on sale from all
points North and South.
Jan2 1 Auditor, G. F. & P. Agent
PLES, BO JLS.
IB K AS
CURES WHEN ALL OTHER
REMEDIES FAILW '
If you doubt, come to see na, and we will
or charge nothing!!!
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Wnte for parttculai, and a eopy of the little book
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"Message to the Df fortunate Suffering." ;
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gar-10Po-B WA EJ mil be Ud te jany ctiekuat I
who will find on analysts ef 100 bottles of If. B. I.
one particle of Mercury, looide of Potassium, or
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