HS. LYBiA E. LYnS, OSS.,
v V f i
"i - ' s t A " 'ft a
LYDIA E. PinilHALTO
, VEGETABLE ' COMPOUND: l
1 j Is a Positive Core i
r. .11 ttaaa Palatal Ossanlalata 4 West
, . mmum tMrktteMleiH)UNi
It will cur entirely the worst form of Female Oonw
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TJloera
tloo, Falling and .Displacements, and the consegnent
: Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to &
Chang ot Life. ' "
Jl will dissolve and expel ttimors from the litems In
an early stage ot development. - The tendency to can
It removes fatntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach. "
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Ferrous Prostration,
General Debility, Steeplosonnm Pinmlon and Indl-
; gestlont '" -'- ' ' ' ' -- - " ' " '
That feeling of bearing down, cansing pabwiretgnt
and backache, la always permanently cured byitansa.
It wfll at all times and under all circumstances actln
harmony wtth the laws that govern the female system.
' ForthecuTeof KldyComiOalnU of either sexttle
Compound Is unsurpassed. ! t
. ITDU E. riNKDAJTS TECETABIJS COM- .
POCITDls prepared at SS3 and SSS Western Avenue, .
Iyim,lass, Price X Six bottlesf or $5. Bent by mail
In the form of pills, also In the form of lozenges, oa
receipt of price, $1 per boat f or Mther. Mrs.Plnkham
freely answers all letters of Icoiry. , Send tor pamph
Vet, Addross as above. JTenKoa (Me Atjwr. 1 '
Ho famtty ehoold be without LTDIa K FtSKRUCt
ISVER FILLS. They, ear oonstfpatron, bOioosnen,
and torpidity of the liver. 16 cents per box. . .
Sold by JlDrnigtat. ;
octlSDeod&W ta th sa nrm
At thi3 6eason, varions diseases cf the .
bowels are previtlent, wid many Uvea wt
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remedy. Ekuey Davis? Pain
Kill eh is a sure core lbr Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc and is perjcclly eaji. .
Bead the following : i
' EAssBRirKJE,?. Y.,Hareh 22.18SV
TEIinT Davh1 Pais Ktt.t.vti timer fail lo a ford
xnniuut relief ior cramp and pain in the stomach. :
Joseph Btoditt. ;
KicnotvTttE, N. Y-Feb. 2, 188L
The very oert medicine I know of for dysentery,
n?eil it for years, ami it hi sure cure every time,
i Juuns W. Dek.
- Koisoowa, Io'wa, March 13, KoL
I have iisod yoor Pain KiLLEa m severe ca6B of (
rr itai'.colic.audcliQleraiiiQrbufl.anditgavealmoat -iiii'Lai.t
relict. . L E. Cildvell. ,
Cmxssbvivub, TGA.,FeU 18S1L
For twenty yeara I have need your Pais EOLUt
,t tnv family. Have used it maay times for bowel
i-o !'j plaints, end it almau cure.- Would not feel safe
k, ltliout a bottle in the house. J. B.Ivtr.
Ha co, Mb., Jan. 22, 188L
il-.ve n se& PerhtDavib' Pain Kti.t.kr for twelve
J.wri. It is ta'e, sure, and reliable. Ho mother
!)ouli allow it to be out of tha family.
1 - H. I. Natts.
1 Oneida, K. YfoU. 19 lMtl.
.Vq began rain? it over Uiaty ears afro, and it
r waya tnvea immediate reUe:'. V. oukl hardly dare
to t'o to bed without a bottle in the honse.
I - W. O. Spsbbt. r ;
I CoinrATBOuo, S.C,Feb.Sa,I881.'
?Tary every family in this eectiou keeps a bottle
ti tae house. Da. E. ilOKTOH.
! V. S. COJISCtATE, t -
! Cr.EriLD, KtrENLSH pBUftSiA.Feb. 8, 1881
I hive known Pkrby Da via' Path Ktt.t.er almost
f -oai uia day it was mtroduced, and after years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
household as an induvetwabl necessity.
i. X H. Potter, u. a ConsuL '
I fcrw been several days suffering severely from ,
trjrriioea, accompanied with intense pain, when I
-U.i-I. . . H.J. NOOHC f
J 21 HIontaoiteSt.,Ix)ndgs,Eho.
ari rsr a rssi'iei) j cf twenty-turee years in India,
i i;i vs (."vi'.ti it in many eases of diarsboea, dysen-
tT, -n l oiijro,a2a never knew it to fail to give '
r-iiv-t. . B. CiARisoa.
I Io family can safely be .without this
invaluable- remedy. Its price brings it
vllhia the reacli of alL .., :
! For pale by all druggists at 25c, 50c.
I I'liiKiY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
I Providence, B. L ;
feb 1 D&W2m arm - '
The feeble and emaciated, suffering from dys
pepsia or mai?esnon in any iorm, are aavisea,
for the sake of their own bodily and mental com
fort, to try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Ladies'
of the most deiicate constitution testify to its
harmless and its restorative properties. Physi
cians everywhere, distrusted with the adulterated
liquors of commerce, prescribe it as the safest
ana most reliable of all stomachics,
. : . For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
1 je 1 jjwny i , . arm - suwerr
. . For the relief and
cure 01 tne distress
ing affliction take Sim
mons Liver Regulator
i- T f
v V all attacKa bvocca-
. . .Sr f ionally taking a dose
If- i I nt M? of Simmons Liver He-:
" ' gulator to keep the hY
, jka ..vermneaitnyacQon.
i should not be regarded as a trifling ailment.
i ture demands the utmost regularity
itv of the bow-
i els. Therefore assist Nature by taking 8immons
j laver liejjulator, it is so mud ana enectuai.
4 Biliousness.; . ;
r ; One or two tablespoonfnls will relieve, all the
I troubles incident to a bilious state, such as Nau
i sea, Dizziness, -Drowsiness,' Distress after eating.
j a uiLier, Daa taste lntne moutn.
' - . - Dyspepsltw-
j The Regulator will positively '-oure this terrible
1 disease. We assert emphatically what we know
j u uo true. --- i -
1- . . - Colic.
. - Children suffering with colio soon experience
renei wnen Simmons uver invigorator is aamin-
has on the wrapper the red SE Trade Mark, and
? signature oy j. u. juuxoin e jsj,
- v SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . .
Jt 19 Deod&Wly . " . tn th sa .: nrm
The; Weekly Star.,
Heavy the task-workdreary JuJl the hours, t
'i nat pari too nara ior neaa or uearna
play!,!- v - :
Such prize will fling the treasured hoard
- awav. , ' ,-'--
Such aim will overstrain the best-tried powers,"-
' . , , -
Such' air will' blight to- death the fairest
flowersl. .--.. v . t
What does it matter? 'tis but for a day;
Resign the hope for one short while,
they say - - !
Wait,: bear, work,; trusty tho next time will
. . be ours,. : t , . .
And. just that pause takes all the salt from
r life, , , - . . r
-. -' And just that miss makes' all1 the future
naught! - ' - 1
The war-cry silenced in the sodden strife,?
The world all canKerea ty tiic gnawing
'But for1 that lingering doubt, thati act
delayed, . l -
My boat had scarcesuch utal shipwrX'ck
. - Tinsley's Magazirie. ' '-
OATH'S VERSION - OF THE
j CLE VELAND SENSATIOlt.
' Oath :'l observe that Editor CowleSj
prieist' . out ' of his ; . office, Spanisbv.
fashibn. - ' As lie has referred publicly
to trie -case ; ot nis , aaugnter, now
Mrs. Pomeroy,-1 suppose there ia; no
harm in making a little reference), to
it. & This lfiteresting young woman
wen to Paris with her . aunt several
Yearfc r ago, and waar beloved by a
French- gentleman, 'who asked her
Hand in marriage. Mr. Cowles bb-
tor him: becanse he waa a
Catholic ;' but J the Frenchman said
that he would ; readily drop his reli
gion for the sake of the lady. He
was, more particular on the question
of .4 dower, however, and Mr. Cowles,
with the blunt frankness of the
"Western, Reserve, remarked that a
man who would .not; work; for his
wife and support her, by his. own px-
ertionswas noteworthy of a womjan. '
For some years Mr. Cowles expressed
his views on" foreign' and Catholic in
fluence in the United States m a way
to nettle the more zealous Church
people, and occasionally to exasperate
the Republican party. I recollect
.Amos Townsend saying 'to-me once
that he wislied Mr. Cowles would sell
the Leader and let it.be run by some-'
body who would not make so many
enemies, - particularly ... on ; religious
questions.- The manner, however,; m
which the nriests undertok oto re-
venge themselves on Mr. Cowles was
ineffably ; mean. They,; found -,. that
his daughter, still m the melancholy
of defeated love, was about to go! to
Europe again, and they had emissa
ries to J go on the same vessel and
pour their insidious f proselytism in
her ear, and inflame her . ambition
with prospects of eminence in the
church. Ihave understood that she
Was offered at Rome the place Sof
Lady Abbess, or Mistress of a Cpn:
vent. : , Such a conversion commands'
no respect among men of honor, how
ever sincere it may have been on the
lady 8 part. JKefore any information
could be received by the family frpm
their daughter on the -sBubie'ct the
priests around Cleveland began to
giggle and have paragraphs put in
such papers as they had access to,
and a devilish' chuckle went around
at the capture of this blunt old man's
daughter. The impertinence of com
ing to Mr. Cowles office after such a
piece of treachery as -that was propi
erly resented by running the ; priest
out ot the door, ana most men wouia
have thrown him out of the window.
THE EARL OF SHREWS
, BURT'S MARRIAGE. M 4
- - ... . - - -.
' r " - - Baltimore Day:
Ensrlish society is mildly excited
inst now over "the ! marriage of the 1
ICarl of Shrewsbury to Mrs. Munay,
the divorced wife of Mr. Miller-Mnn-:
dy, a wealthy and aristocratic cotin-
trv srentlernan of Derbyshire. Mrs.;
Handy is how about 25 years of age;
the Karl just 21. In April of last
year Mrs. Mundy deserted : her hjusn
band and eloped with bhrewsbury.
The injured husband " started in pur-r
suit, and, overtaking - the pair at a :
railway station, assaulted the youth
ful earl and ' cave him an artUtio
thrashing. : - He then ' procured a di
vorce from his wife, who remainea
with Lord ; Shrewsbury, the latter
havinff promised to marry her afe
soon as he , attained ;his majority V.
This promise. he has redeemed, and
now the divorced Mrs. Mundy is they!
Uountess of Shrewsbqry, wife of thev
premier earl of the realm. Charles,
Henry John Chetwynd-Talbofr-is the"
twentieth earl and the descendant or
the famous John Talbot, first earl of
Shrewsbury; who figures in Shake-I
speare's Uenry v I., and who ' was.
beaten by Joan of Arc in the war;
witn x? ranee. . , l n.e present earl is a
handsome youth, and has two splen-
aia country seats incestre; and Al
ton Towers and a rent-roll of nearly
$300,000 per annum, i His father was
a man of conspicuous ability and un
blemished reputation, and it is melan-
ioly to reflect that the title and
estates; f the';bi8tfic 'Talbots Imve
fallen to o Regenerate' a scion of the
MRS. LANGTRT COMIltG.
Mrs. ' Langtry is now neerotiatinsr
with Mr. Abbey for a dramatic tour
in SAmericai . It is expected that it
will begin in October next, and con
tinue six months. Mrs.Langtry, with a
view-to this tour, has obtained from
Mr. Bancroft a 'release from her
engagement ; at the Haymarket, ex-
tending from September next to July
following, Mr. Bancroft, assenting
on condition of Mrs. Langtry not
playing in London under- any other
management, and on condition F that
she1 fulfils her engagement at the
Haymarket t on her return, v The ar
rangements with Mr. Abbey are still
under discussion, but it is understood
that : Mr; '- Abbey offers terms sub
A Remarkable Discovery.
A BEAI,; 3K1TT -CTIEE.
' THERE IS OHtT OKI .
, ." AND THAT WTTH SIMPLE NAME., : '
Beware 6f!mpostersfpiratea,or arty old articles
which now snddenly elaim to be the best.' They
have been tried and found wanting, while this has
been proved a remarkable success. !
t -i ; ri -f KO0fODI.jl . " jj. 5
curative needs- no pompous'or- lncompre
hensible title of Greek or Latin to sustain itj but
its'sitnple English name- appeals directlyJJO the
common f-enso of the people; ,-And the people
are signally ttiiinifestln their appreciation o this
frankness by 'selecting "and ufeins Dr.l3ensonIs
Skin Cube in preference- to all other professed
remedies.- " ij T ; - - . t ,
--:iDr, C. W. Benson has long been Well 'r nowin as
aaooessf ul, physician and surgeon, and hi life
study has been the1 diseases of the nervous ays-
tern and of the skin; since hehasheen persuaded I
to put ms new itemeay-ana jravonce i-resonp-tion
as a kin ure,v on"the market, various
things have eprunR up into existence, or have-
woke up from .the sleepy state In which they were
before, and now claim to be The Great $hln Cure:
-...i t . .. ....1....- 4
tBewareot Imitations, or the various aro
bleB which have; been1 advertised for years or
strangled alone, havnig no Teal bold or Tflerit on
the publio.that now endeavor to keep head above
water by' advertising' themselves as "The Great
Skill Cure." None is genuine and reliable except
Dr. C W; Benson's SkijaCure.f Eaoli package and
bottle bears his likeness'.' ' f nternal and , external
remedy two bottles In one packafce," Price $1.00,
Itetat your droggfets. fc j ;''.'. .., .V,.
' i: :, ' ' n ... ...: V.; ivL '
RELIEETor all Overworked Bralni.
r-,-i:'V-: f CAPSB AKD CPBB. .. 5
! : Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and Chamomile- Pills
are valuable for school children who suffer from
nervous headaches " caused by an. overworked
brain in their studies," and for all classes of hard
brain workers whose overtaxed nervous centres
need repair and sedation. Nervous tremor, weak
ness, and ppalyslsare being daily cured by these
pills. They correot oostlvenoss, but are not )?nrt
gative. : Price, 80 cents per boxj or six boxes for
$2.60. postage free, to any address." For sale by
all druggists." Depot, Baltimore, Md.', where the
Doctor can be addressed. ' Letters 'of inquiry
freely answered.'- - - " .
C. N." CKTTTENTOX, New York, Is Wholesale
agent for Dr. C. W. Benson's remedies. -
ect 19 Deod&Wlm .wefrsu
11 11 1 F-l I. LI ! 1 11 i 1.. 1 '
Tki Era C:ttca CI3 Ci, Ks Loadsa, CL.
Jimdr. Brotm, Pretrt. i Jldta.T. Broum, IVeaa.
: Tbaaa maehlnea roa Bgbft, mate Hue satnph and
chntteMl pcopgrtr. BatKncHsheat steal In tto
aawsi theteeta win not band, break off, or turnback, '
iron paDeys throngbont, bresh atrcngly mads, -with
adjostabla boxes, east steel Journals and two betta
s one at each end encoring cool bearings, tall speed,
. tiMiHr motion, (only Gin in market having this
: Improvement) Extra, large ahafta ta saw and brash
cvHndera. Strong iron frame beet matartaja, sape-
riar wortTnansliip, fine finish.
- tanCore Brown Gins have been sold during the past
Israel T. Brown (from IMS to VSSS ot the firm of K.T.
' Tajloc ft Co. of Oolumbos, Oa.), the president of Che
company, baa had a longer practical experleneei in
i tf ""K iwtny. present facili-
Itiaafot manafiWTtmringandsMpptngnnequaled by any
i other OBtabltehmenr of the kind ta the world. . Henoo
. onr very low priees tor each superior maohinea.
j rriee list, ef GI5S; Feeders sad! Condensers.
Feeder or ;
Price wUu .
a n so
. US 60
. I tS 08
180 oo '
- 4. SIM 0 .
- 138 -
'T ico oo
806 09 ?
' 144 60
. 16 0
" 86 00
" SM 00
46 - :
M - s
,. r-Noto the prices and improvements t dont bo
: doccJved or allow yonrseif to be talked Into baying
other glna." Our Tnanhlaes are fully gnaranteod.. If
not aatisnodwlUionTgnaiantoaptooa your order with
: any regponaato merchant of yonr aoqnalntaivo and
get him to buy for you.;;-. Time, whea desired win be .
given to any responsible person. Write fordeamlpUve
circular with hundreds of testimonials from enterpris- .
i Jug planters. ,
'-- -' J BROWN COTTON GIN CO
New Iioadoa, Ceo.
W E. SPRENGEE & CO- Asrenta.
Wllmlnsrton, N. C.
;ap DStaw&W 5m
ih'rt rrr t T. iff
;1 V4-U- ?vo, s
: Pimples, ,
CUBES WHEN ALL OTHEB. BEM-
' EDLE3 TALLH '
If yon doubt, come to ' see us, and we
- -will CUBE Y0TT, or charge
nothing! ! I
Write for particulars, and a copy of
little book "Message to the Unfortu
nate Suffering." -
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our
' , standing. ' '
: t3?$1000 Ileivard wiU be paid to any Cha
vUst who wiUJind on analysis of one hundred bottle
of 8. S. 3. one parade of Utrewy, Iodide of Tolas-
tium, or any Mineral substance.
, : ' SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Props,
' ""' (pbh bottlb.) ?' Atlanta, Go.
Price of Small Size. ' - ' . - ; - $1.00
Iarc ' w - - 1.75
For gale by W. iH. GREEN, at Wholesale and
retail, ana Dy an Druggists. . r
iy8Dedexs&Wly ".'.y '
li I r r-i
stantially identical with; Bernhardt's
contract, Mr. Abbey'.engagiiig the
company, t paying all traveilirrg ana
other- expenses, . . and guaranteeing
Mrs'i; Lanirtrv a hxeai sum Lmgniiy,
jwitU an i agreed proportion t ofi he,
gross receipts, -.Mr. Abbey assuming
ail toe responsiDiiHY;or IUb uuu.Bi-wt
kino-.- . Prooositions of a favorable
Icindmade to Mrs. - LangtrV' bv ther
Arm-nftan manajrers ?are -aiso unuer .
consideration; but the probability to
day is that she will - eome to terms
with -Mr. Abbey. 'Mrs. iangtry8
changed dans and the earlier date
"... c 1 . . . . .
now contemnlated tor an American
toon are due lareel v to thfcfextraordi
narv success of- her English '"'provin
cial tour, which has proved t ahnost
un precedentedly -prosperous, the i re
KeiptS - r exceeding' 7,000 ' j weekly J, IJX
some cases. ' . Thejnine' leading iOU?-
nals in Edinburgh, 51asgow;";'lAver-
... -T-". . , " . l ..X -. -u-.;. a .: T-i--J0-- AA .
pooij.uirmingnam anu ueeus agiejs
that Mrs. Langtry'sprogress in hc
art is extraordinary, her performances
Showing marked dramatic excellence.
Crftics who sawvher both, in London
and the, provinces are - oft j.the -j same
opinion. "The American ; repertory
win uiciuue "one otoops to vuiiquoj , -"The
Uneqtial Match," an&liosalind,
in "As You LikeIt." She has not
yet acted $n tlie laitef ;partin Eng-
AilllTTItB. .NONSENSE NOW; t AND
' Editor. Star. r-fKnowing the great interest:
you take in the affairs ; of the . young and
rising county of Pender, I. have; been re-;
I qnested by many here who believe thatj the
capacity of this county 'for large snakes,
big potatoes, huge families, and commend-;
hie , enterprise ought riot to 4 be hidden
from the balance of Jh'e gtate, td'.'giye you
the proofs of an additional evidence bf .the
surprising disposition " or this ; county
for many yet undeveloped means of. future
success and prosperity. Pender isunques
tionably in favor of progress intherightdi
rection and does not believe that any light
ought .to . be "hidden . under a ' bushel."
Well at the close of. lender Uourt on jrs.
day, which was also the close of the circuit
of that genial, clever and impartial. Judge,
who has won golden opinions from the peo
ple of this . District, there was a -general
feeling of weariness on the: part of the
members of the bat and the officers of the
Court, which was relieved by the following
humorous little scene: .r-u, 'r- i .
: .The Judge blandly inquired whether or
not there was an y, further business before
the Court, when P.. H. Darby, Esq., arose
and with "an air of stem and.aad deco
rum. stated that he had been requested to
. . I 1 . -
represent me piaimra mine case ox i.
Devane against. W. T. Uanncrmann, Clerk
of the Court. That .it was a case that
showed this nither peculiar and extraordi
nary condition of. things on the part of the
defendant, that notwithstanding his jagc
and fitness for the responsible position, the
blandishments of the fair sex, and the gen-
CIUI Via bUV JJUl V UL JimLVJ , n
out regard to race, color or "previous condi
tion of servitude, he had failed to provide
himself with a suitable rib, which failure
on the part of the said clerk had caused a
rule to be, entered against him at the last
term, on the motion of Capt. Swift Gallo
way, wherein 3Iaj.. D. J. ..Devane was by
uuanimous consent made the plaintiff, ask
ing that the said clerk be married by this
June term of the Court, or else show cause
why he should not be visited with severe
punishment; nerd that the said clerk, in ut
ter disregard of the said rale, had failed to
get married. - v '..".--' "--.--r-
I he Court gravely replied .that it bad
been .informed that: there was an accusa
tion of that serious nature pending against
the clerk, and that before proceeding to
judgment, he would like to hear what the
clerk had to sav in his defense, wherupon
E. T. Boy kin, "Esq.. arose and stated that
he represented the defendant: that.' during
a tearful and prayerful conference with his
client, he was informed that . notwithstand-
ind the acts and seductive smiles his cli
ent had always employed he had not been
successful and asked for further time: that
his client had further alleged that his looks
were against- hun,; but that he, as his attor
ney, nad stated to him that the Dlaintill in
the case, as well as th plaintiffs attorney.
had been successful notwithstanding' their
JOOC8, ana consequently he would not con
sider his looks as a valid reason -for his
want of success,.- and that therefore I he
would abandon his " client - and leave
him to the tender mercies of the court.
but , that : he would ask. by "way, of giv
ing J him further time. that ia'- wh
fa be ordered, which was objected to on the
pan oi piamun s counsel on the eround
that the defendant had utterly exhausted
tigh part of the tigh- ta and ought not to
have another man, of an v 7 kind wherminon
the Court : ordered : iudtrment against the
defendant, and requested plaintiff's counsel
to araw up a juagment and hand It lo him
ior signature. -. .; - -. . "K " '
JSurgaw, N. C. ; June 22r 1882. i f : j
iT LIFETIME &2
umww uuntvy xuKrv
Chicago ill. -
an. e lltllAll ia am a a stilt a. m aa ! I 1
-9 0 RAN G E MAS 3:
J. B. FARRAR. '
-.WUmington, N. e.
;; THJO ST POPULAR d
a iv-....u IT) H , n ;
is Til C iCtflTL
It is tor th6
cf the praT.tgeneraTOn.;
nTrthi, diseaee an
1 rrbi'i nil 1 li. T5IIJUU JLa,
tZZZrZlwvi ffilTEEa.t0.. that
d a world-wide
TP IT'S TILLS baye gat
reputation. - o
has ever been
gently on tn'
digestive organs, giving
them vigor to aa-
iBimilate food. - As a,
'nervous System ifl
ral result, tne
are Pevelopeo and tbj "7 nopnst.
nlamtation is) In a- I
ntaJco half a. crop on
aooooas ex kuoiw w
nearly dluoouragred wl
v h.Mn the use of
nt wraua marvelonal:
TUTT'B rUiliB. - -xno-l&fearera
. heartv and robt
svnd I have had no forthei
Um mood from polaonoiu ' n?!
Try tbU renly S&i22i0S5!rRl2
wr..iiVVt rriil, sHsk.aSBKlinM9'StM N.tY.
Gray Haib or Wittskicbs changed to a Oix)st n
.Black- by .a single application T .this Dvb. It;
toparte S nafcolorfand acta Instantaneonslyvji
toldbv Brusts. or sent byxprees. on xeoeipt s
:Omoo,- SB Murray Street, New "York.
(Dr. TVTTS JWJLXlJA.Ii of VfiiwaoZe'v ..
InfmrmtttUt- un Vawtal SeeeinM B
HM be mailed FSES am application.
3ol8D&Wly '. Bttwofr .-' -'K "
, h - ALLOWED, r j, ..
ium. 13, 18T8
WF. WILL SEND, OR 30 DAYS" TRIAL;
Electro -Voltaic Appliances
aufferin? from NerwonsWeaiUaesss,Cleiis ,
erui Jebllity, loss of nerve force or vigor, '
or any disease resulting from Abttsfs and OniEX
Causes, or to any one afflicted with Rheuma-. ,
t tlKin, NouralKia, Paralysis, Spinal Difficulties. N
i- Kidney or tirer Troubles, Lame Back, Rup- M
lures, and other Diseases of the Vital Organs. -.
Also women troubled, with diseaht- peculiar to -their
sex. , '
Speedy relief and complete restoration' to
health guaranteed. Tliese re the only .
Klectrl Appliances that have ewer
- been constructed upon ncientf fle prin-
clplea. Their thorough efficacy has DeenprBO- ;
tic&lly proven with" the snout wonderful
, Knee, and they have the. fa I fchest
endorsements from medical and aeieis
t tifle men, and from hnaarwht wh have
.been quickly and radically cured by
weir ate. - ' -
Send at once for IHwtratcd FitTiiphieti givuut
' all informaUou freiy Addrt-iis, : .. '
VOLTAIC BEI T CO., KarshaU. Mica.
Is a prepsratioa of Protoxide of Iron. Perovfaii
Bark and the Phosphates, associated with the
Vegetable Aromatlca. Endorsed br the Medieal .
Profession, and recommended by them for Dye-,
pepstla. aaeaseral lability, em air ats
eatcaTnaa tefTitall ty.llerveasProi.
tratloa, CenvBlesccaee from Fevers)
and ChronteCIallla and Fewer. It serve
very parpoee where a Tojiic is necessary.
1 lUju&ctnred Ij The Dr. Barter BetGdne Co, Stloaii '
Thm fbTlowinr la one of the verr many testlm-
Ulala we are receiving dally: t :
Caf7mm. Some three months ago I bepia tba
vae of Da. Hartxb's Ibom Tonic, npon the ad
vice or many menaa wno anew lis nnuo.
nnermgirom general aeouiiy w encn sa uku
tbat my labor waaexceearngiyonraensoine to uic
A vacation of a month did not give me much re
lief, bat oa the contrary, was followed by In- -creased
prostration and sinking chills. At this
time I began the use of your laos Tome, from
which I realised almost immediate and wonderful
results. . The old energy returned and I found that
my natural force waa not permaiwnUy abated.; I -have
used three bottles of the Tome. Since using
it I have done twice the labor that I ever did in the
name time during my Illness, and with doable the.
ease, w im we tranquil serve anu iwurn nnr,
has come also a clearness of thought sever before
enjoyed. If the Tonic ha not dona the work, JL .
know not what. ' I give it the credit.
v ar -i'm :
Troy, O., Jan. 1,1878. Pastor Christian Church.
For Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhe
je 20 D&Wiy - ra vn sa'
."- . " vZA-A II.!. I
to Um rouUif al coior. f0ctt.aad$l ihwat all druggiits. j
many of the best medicines known nro here com
bined into a medicine oi sucn tobm buu a...'
powers, as to make the Great est Blood Purifier & the
Best Healu ana wrengin Resrorer ever usca
It cures DvsoeDsa. Rheumatism, Sleeplessness,
all diseases of tne Stomach, Bowels, Lungs, Liver,
Kidnevs. and aH vemale Complaints. - i.: f
, If you ate wasting away with Consumption or
any disease, use the Tohic to-day. -i It wfll surely
help you. Remember t it k far superior to Buters,
Essences of Ginger and other Tonics, as it builds
un the nrstem without intoxicatin e. coC , and Si
circ st all denlers in drills. None trenuine without
sienatureofHisa5X&cS.,NX Send for circulat
LABCK BAVINQ IN BUYING THE DOLLAR. SIZE.
mv 80 D&WlV
rpHE SAME ACCOMPLISHED AND EXPERT.
-a. enoea uorps or Teacners, which has dlstm-
guunea mis institute ior tne last tour vears, will
continue its connexion therewith.. In thoronu-h.
ness and high standard of instruction, in comfor
table accommodations for boarding pupils, in se
curity against accidents from- fire, in provision
ior tne sick by an Infirmary under care of an ex
perienced lady intendant, this Institute is not
surpassed by any other in the Southern or Middle
States. ; Music and-Art are specialties taught by
first-class artists and professors. ?
iso more neaitny or accessible situation for a
school than Charlotte, N. C; It is on the main
trunk line from New Orleans to New York, i f
Session extends from September 12th to June
For catalogue or particulars; address the Prin
cipal, 1 ' REV. WM. R. ATKINSON,
my 20 2tawDAW8m sat wed Charlotte. N. q :
; . Clay and ;
. For sale by - ' '
HALL & PEARSALL.
-leas uw n .. .. , i.
I?.iL;Briders & ;Oo.
1HEATEST ISDHCEHEWf OSSIBLE
A Tull ' and Complete Stock'
FAM 0D CHOICE fJROCRESL
f 3ELEQANT MACKEREI4
: Fat7aud' Juicy, in Kits and S Tin Bnckets.
r IMSr SHOULDERS, BREAKFAST BACON.
; 1 1'
FULTON MARKET CORN-BEEF, -.
f Choicest Cuts. !"
, VERT NICE ASSORTMENT OF ?AKBS -
I FINE ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE,
AMERICAN CREAM CHEESE.:
P: L. Bridgers .& Co.
?-.Vr?3;. ' ',' ' 1 " " 1 ' " -.T.TlCir?
Ti:e only known Specific Remedy for Epl-?
fpuc .fits. 4 ; .
SAMARITAN NERVINE ;
Cures Epileptic Fits, Spasms,' Convulsions; St".';
Vrtnn Dauce, 'errigo,' Hysterics, Insanity, Apo-i
plex.w 'aralygns,-Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and'
ail Ncrrous Diseases. ;, This infallible ' remedy .
w ill positively eradicate every; species of . Ner- ;
von Derangement.: and drive them away from "
whence they came, never to return again. It
: utterly destroys the germs of disease by neutral
izing tic hereditary taiut or poison in the system, :
and -thoronghlv eradicates the disease, and nt-
terly destroys the cause. , -' y, -"-.gji.-.t
S A MA BIT AN . NE RVINE !
Cures Female Weakness," General Dehilty, Len-;,
corrhaea tor . I Wuitesi ; Painful .-Menstruation, ;
lilceration of the Uterus. Internal Heat, Gravel, :
'Inllammation of 1 he Bladder," Irritability of the
liladder.- For Wakefulness at night, there is
; ug better remedy., i During the change of life, no
Female should be withontit. It quiets theNer
, vou s System, and gives rest., comfort, and nature's
, sweet sleep. ..H.I.i'xr -.-fi-:i.:ii.z vi$i 1
1.... ... ... - - : : :
. Cures Alcoholism, Drunkenness and the habit of
Opium Eating. These degrading habits are by
- fur the worst evils that have ever befallen suffer-.
mg humanity.Thonsands die annually from
: thec noxious .drugs. ' .The drunkard drinks"
.liquor not because he likes it, but for the pleas-:
, lire of drinking and treating, his ' friends, little
: 1 liinking that he is on his road to ruiu. 1 Like.
the Opium Eater, lie first uses the drug in small
, (liiantities s a harmless, antidote. Ttuuuvithimr:
: iuiluence of the drug takes strong' bold upon its ;
l victim, leaning mm on to nis own aestrucuon.
Tuu habits of Opium Bating and Liquor Drink-. -
iii are precisely what eating ie to alimenti ve-:
ucbs. as over-eating firet inuames the stomach,
which redoubles its cravings until it paralyzes'
both thu stomach and appetite. So every drink of j
liquor or dofe tr opium.' instead of eatisfyinf;,'.
. only adds to its fierce Urea, until it consumes
Hie vital force and then itself. Like the glutton
ous tape-worm, it cries "Give, give, give !V but
, nrvr enoRgh until "its own rapacity, devours
. li . Samaritan, Nervine gives Instant relief
in asil tfuch cases. Lit produces sleep, quiets the1
11 i-vtjs bniids up the nervous system,- and re
i. rc body ind mind to a healthy condiliou.
.'iAMARITAN NERVINE .;
: 11 res-Nervous Dyspepsia, - Palpitation of the
-: llfnrt.; Arthraa, Bronchitis,' Scrofula, Syphilis,'
(Uxefif e.-i of the Kidneys and all diseases of the
Urinary Organs. .-. Nervous ; Debility,-- caused bv
tbv: indiscretions of youth, permanently cured
by 1 he tile of this invaluable, remedy. To yont
voting, middle-aged, and old men, who are cover
ing your sufferings as with a mantle by silence,
- look -up, you can' be saved 5y. -timely efforts,
and make ornaments to society, and .Jewels in
the Crown of your Maker, if yon will.. 'Do not:
' keep t his a secret longer, until it saps your
. vitals, and destroys both body and soul. If you .
are thus afflicted, take Dn. Richmond's Saxar
r itn: NenviRn. ltrwilL reBtore your shattered
; nerves, arrest premature decay, and Impart tone
aud energy lo. the whole System.
k SAMARITAN NERVINE :
1? For -nle bv.drn!glsts.everywhere,-or maybe
Im-.ittv.r frm as ; Those who wish to obtain
fiiriht-r -evidunce -or - the curative- properties of
jainiiriiau Nervine will please enclose a 3-cent
Jo-tajre slump -for a ropv of our Illustrated
inamlil of Health, giving hundreds of testimo
iiiaIh f cure fraiu persons who have used the
medicine, and nlso their-pictures photographed
: utter their reWoratiou lo perfect health.
v Addna s
(. ij. A: U1C1I5I0ND & CP.,
rld's Epileptic Institute,
ST. JOSEPH, no.
II. A. STEDUMT, Jr.,
- Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
EUZABETHTON, BLADEN COUNTY, . C,
".. Office Up slalrs, In Brick building ooonpled by
Binaldl & Co. -
special attention 10 uiauns. jeuectiona on
sums of 100 and upwards made for Five Per
Cent, if without suit. Drawing Deeds, Mort
cages. so. aBpeoiaiir, .... .. . - apoDswvtf
.NEW ADV-ERTISBMENTS.V '
" 3 v Tlies lUns'JIonntaln J
Wttl open for the season of 1882, on the 15th day of-., .r
May.; , -They have enlarged their hotels to aecom
moaate 200 (ruestSj; and have added every amuse rjV
ment calculated to promote health and comfort. . .
These wonderful V ateri: our Dyspepsia, 8iok -v-; .
Headache, Constipation pud all Derangements of
the Digestive Organs. . AJ Skin Diseases and TJi-: 1 -'
cers of every kind. Scrofula, Catarrh and aU Kid- - , v:
ney Affections yield to their healing virtues. By- '
phllitio patients .who had visited Hot- Springs of
Arkansas without relief, found it here last sea
son. .The Waters have a peculiarly beneficial ef . ;
feet npon Female Complaints, and many distress ;
1ng cases were cured last season.- The owners in. :
tend to make this the most complete Health Ke-. :.
sort in the, United States. 4 Besides a raDie a note
they will open a Restaurant, and visitors may
suit their tastes and their puree. Excursion tick
ets will be issued from au points to ubki -mountain,
the depot for these Springs. For further m
formation address DR. F.. M. GARRETT. Mana
ger, King's Mountain, . v. -
' ' BRACKETS,;
LARGE STOCK ! ii
LOW PRICES f p ff g S
J. . FRIZZELL, 558 "W. Balto. St.,
1 , , .Ma.aiiiin.UlaE, fllO.
!By B.' M. : WOOLLEY, Atlan C
ta, tia. iteiiaoie - evidence -given,and
reference to cured
fl HABIT " '
patients ana physicians.
Send for. mv book on The
IHabit and its Cure. Frew
WU1 get valuaMe lnXormatlon. 17KEE
sending for circular to E. .TOUbJEE, Boston;
A n r 1n5f.-TriilifanJe made lasjiV locaflitv.
pdU Something-en tijly new for, agents.
outht tree. u.-..w muitfthAma w. noston,ji
DVERTiSERS 1 end f or eia Select IM of Lo
cal - Newspapers.. Geo-. P. Rowelt Co.,. 10
Spruoe St., N. Y..' ' . r " -:-" ' - '- r -
UMyef flity of Virgiiua
1 i 8i7Ml!Iim L1V IVECTITBES, (nine
weekly) begin 13th. July, 1882, and end 13th Sep
tember. Have proved Of signal use, 1st, to stu
dents who design to pursue their studies at this
or other Law School; 2d, to thosa who propose to
read privately; and 3d, to practitioners who have
not had the advantage of systematic instruction.
For circular apply(P. O. University of Virginia)
to JOHN B. MINOS, ProL Com. and Stat. Law..r
, my27J)&Wlm . ... . . . . -V
DYSPEPSIA CUBED !
APEPS1JL ! -v-- .
rpHE GREAT SCIENTIFIC. PREPARATION will
JL positively cure old. chronic cases of Dyspep
sia, Dyspeptic Fits, Dyspeptic Vertigo and Dys
peptic Consumption, where every other known
medicine has failed to even give relief. I refer
to a few of the cases pronounced Incurable that
have been cured with APEPSIAr Miss Katie Hoff
man, 872 Randolph street, Philadelphia, was a
case ot Dyspeptic Consumption; had not been
out of her honse for one year, or her room for
ix mfiTithB! a tivin? skeleton eiven nr to die by
our most eminent physicians, but cured with four
bottles of Apepsia. Matthew Robinson. No. 303
21st street, Philadelphia. This was a. very dange
rous case of Dyspepsia Vertigo of long standing,
bat cured with only two bottles of Apepspw .Mr."
H. A, Clark; firm Clark Bros. A Co., Philadelphia,
was an old chronic case of twenty yearastand-Inu-:
naid out one thousand dollars: was pronoun
ced incurable; but cured with three bottles ot
Apepsia; been well oyer one year. Thousands of
similar testimonials can' be seen at our office. I
refer with pleasure to the 'following gentlemen
of Savannah, whose characters are irreproacha
bler Dr. J.s,R.Haltiwanger, Clarence S. Conne
rat, Capt. George M. Weymouth, Price $1 per
Dottie. jror saie Dy wiiJiAm n wjicaiii uuu.
V. R. STONE. M. D.,
219 Levant St. Philadelphia.
1 -TAe PuMie is requested carefully to notice the neto -and
enlarged Scheme to be drawn Monthly.
i tCAPiTAI. PRIZE, $15,0001
Tickets only $ 5 Shares In. proportion.'
Tnnnrrvnrat.fid in IftBS for 25 vears bv the Legisla
ture for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of f 1,000,000 to which a - reserve .
fund of over $420,000 has since been added. '
- By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution -adopted
December 2d, A. D.' 1679. ; v -
The only ZotUrrever voted on and endorsed oythe
people of any State. ;i - , . .--
, IT NEVER SCALES OR POSTPONES.
ITS GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS" '
TAKE PLACE MONTHLY. . .
A SPLENDID OPPOBTdSITY TO
WTN A FORTUNE. SEVENTH GRAND DRAW
ING, CLASS O, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
July 11, 188 146th Monthly Drawing.
Look at the following Scheme under,,
the exclusive supervision and management of
den. O. X.' BEAUREGARD, of I.a., and.
Oen. JTUjBAIi A. EARLY, of Ta.,
who manage aH the drawings bf this Company, ', .
Dotn orcunary ana aemi-annuai, ana attest
the correctness of the published Official Lists.
CAPIXAT, ' PRIZE, 75,000.
100,000 Tlekets at Fire Dollars Each. "
Fractions In Fifths In proportion.
. : . ; . LIST OF PRIZES. ; "-
1 Capital Prize
. 1 Capital Prize '. .
i , 1 Capital Prize.
- 2 Prizes of $6000 .........
6 Prizes of 2000.;;.....
10 Prizes of ; 1000.v.....:.,
" 20 Prizes of u 500 ..;
100 Prizes of ,,4200.,
300 Prizes of - 100 . . . .
600 Prizes of 50 r..
1000 Prizes of '.25 ...... . ... .
. -. , APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
9 Approximation Prizes "of $750..... .....
0 Approximation Prizes of 600..
9 Approximation Prizes of 250. ... v. ... .
1,967 Prizes, amounting to...v. . $26o,50W
Applications for rates to clubs should only be
made to the office of the Company in New Orleans;. -
ror runner information, - write clearly, gmng
full address. "Send orders oy express or Regis
tered Letter or Money Order by trjp.iL ' Addressed
only to i s .- .
New Orleans. Ia.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
U7 sevcau bs., wainingioD, a.u.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will
receive prompt attention,
ei4imwtwsw - we sat .
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
In the City of Louisville, -on -, -
Friday, June 30, 1882."
These drawlnm nennr monthly fSundava ex-;
oepted) under provisions of an act of the General -Assembly
of Kentucky. -
The United States Circuit Court on March 81st :
rendered the following decisions: - ?
1st. THAT THE COMMONWEALTH DISTRI- i
BUTTON COMPANY IS-LEGAL. '
2d. ITS DRAWINGS ARE FAIR. " '
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the list of Prizes for
, , THE JUNE DRAWING:
.1 Prize... ..$30,000 100 Prizes $100 each $10,009
1 Prize.....-10,000 200 Prizes 60 each 1000
1 Prize. ... . . 600 600 Prizes ,20 each , 12,000)
10 Prizes $1000 10,000 1,000 Prizes 10 each i 1,0Q9
w mzes ooo io,ouo
Prizes $300 each, Approximation Prizes, $3,700
Prizes 200 each, " 1,800
9 Prizes " 100 each, , -
1,980 Prizes. - "" - $112,400
Whole Tickets, $ Half Tickets, $1. - -27
Tickets, $5a v 65Tiokets, $100. "
Remit Money by Rar& Draft in Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY. REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICB ORDER. Orders- of
$5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our
expense. Address all orders to R. M. BOARD-,
MAN, Courier-Journal Building.) LOUISVILLE,
Ky.,orR. M. BOARDM AN, 809 Broadway, N. Y. -
myaoeod&w; - v - tu th sa - -
Lynch School, -
. ; HIGH POINT, GUILFORD COUNTY, N. C.
U ;"."' , Ma. WM. BINGHAM LYNCH,, -
" " -Rkv. J. B. RICHARDSON. .
v Fall Session opens July 17th. 1882." 5
For terms address
Je6Doaw&W4t . to. maj.w.B.LYNCH