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GOLD LEAP- A 1) VER TJSING JIA 7Ks, The Gold l.ka.f is the ON LY news - aper published in tho countv in the heart of the Ureal OLDEN TUHACCO JJeltof Xorth Carolina. Advertisers will make a note of this. I M SF fr" M k iJI -dfe. fci Ilk ISI Stack. 1 lime in. Sin. m. 12 m. 1 Inch. $1 0 $2 !o& W ?s n j 1J CO 2 do. 1 3M t n ! int urt'O 3 do. 00 4 0 K'' lr'" - t- 4 do. 2 M. tin 1 no 40t-0 1 col. 3 50 SOO locO :o fOtU i do, G i IITOO 15 00 ;:' ' l.do. . 10 00 15 111 30 00 .Ci(" The Gold Leaf has a larsre and in creasing circulation, and iinds its way each week into the homes of" some of j the most substantial and intelligent cit- I '-"us ui rw );4. i u utixi , j era hi, cui, Wakrt, Franklin, Oraniile, Viic, ,VVar 6u, Nash, and Halifax counties, in North Carolina; and Mecklenbuig, Hali fax, and Pittsylvania counties, in Vh inia. As an advertising medium,-' it otters unusal acivanU to merchants, manufacturers and other businessmen. lKnif-rI-f r fX'-e i Til An. it. jiaxning, ). " Carolina, Carolina, Heaven's Blessings Attend Her." uionth hiij under- tW"t Li- rj'!' ' ',l : ' i EDITOR C jPT? OPHIT2TOH vanee Litis imJcnfi .r 1 1 i 1 I- ' " vert tken-.cn Ik to apgftf 1. IUUU I II n i VOL. III. HENDERSON, N. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884. Ioca! notices, toap NO. X. will Ih charge giu in ilii for each SM m f In roaHi : n . lr hi : 'i OUtltt llt ;tl i and 5 cents for CUUKCll DIKKUTOUY, EpT?rv)rAL. Ciickcu. Revr. Julien E Ingle, Rector, oeiviics eery Sunday tuornin at 11 a, 111 aid -1 U) j, ni. . BapusT' hckch Rev.M. V. McDuf 11 e. Pastor, hnrvices tirst second and third .Sundays. at 11 a. ii. and 7:3J i. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday nub l i'.-u ; aj fourth Suudav afternoon at 3.30 o'ciocK. Sunday School every Sunday miming; at 9 o'clock. metjiodist E. Church F.ev. J J. Menu, Pastor. Sunday eveming. j m. I rayei irietinK tiVt'O FiiUity iiuit- f MKTHllDIsT I'Kw.'rSIA.M VllLTiCh. Rj b M. 1'-ttn ntt'i-. : Services eveiy Sund iy, iiiruii:g and riiiJit. Prai er ii. tfciing eciy lhur8 day nijsht. .5tii.dav'-M;li'oI every Muu'luy morn lii.ni Ori .h':; So 1st April; at Ifuin Aiiii to Oclder. V. H. OL"N(J, W. H. HE iiY, IK-ji It-rvm, N F'-i iii r.y oi i-.uieigh. N C UUNb dL ntN .Yr A T T O it i: V S A T LAW, (Olliein ( nopor Puiiciingj H E N D 1: H S O N, N. C. ; Ottr their services to the citizens ol i Y!ice and aojoming counties. Attend Superior (.'(.nils 1 Varrc, i i an Vllle, i Warren, aii.l rrauKii:; unueu -Jaii-s Circuit Court at ttaiouh and sujireme Court oi N. Uii'iufiai) lirm aiway.-s in the ollice during business hours. Collections in all parts ,t the State will receive our special at.entin. 3Ioney to Lend on Good Security. pit- W'y reh-r to the lSeoch and liar ol Nwith Carolina. jan. 17, 1 C. JJT T. WAT KINS. 'attorney at law 1! K N 1) E H a 0 N, N. C. Practices in Sup- rior Courts of Vance and (irauvtiif and the Supreme Court oi Ralegh, (iives sfifend aiiei-tiou to Commercial Law, Kual Estate, Transact tions and &t tiling K stales. Ofkick Corner liariiett ami Mont gomery slrtets, i:nd iha.r. juiy 20, lc. M. 11. S. UUKCi V YN, 1 atto r?.j i y law, llEjXDERSiJX, .A' ,C, Will practise in tho stale Superior and Supreme courts, and in luo U. S. courts Oillee At the liank. oct 11 1 c. ii. c ii i; e iv.f ATTOFtKEY AT LAW A X i ) REAL ESTATE AGENT, HENDERSON, N. C. Office. In Cooper's New Brick BlocL opposite Cooper's Warehouse. S5a-Several fjnus of frotn 100 to 200 acres ntar Henderson, for sale. JJENUY T. JORDAN', ATT0KXKY AT LAW, KOTAUY PIT 15 LIC AND PUBLI Adiniuistratorior Vance Co Praciice-s in Hie courts ol Vance Warren, FraulUn, Granvlie and Person couuues, a:d in the Supreme and Federal courts. Office. In BurwelPa Brick Building. W. H.IAY. A.C. ZOLLICOFFER. BAY & Z 0L L 1 V OFFER, Attorneys at Law, Henderson, N. C. - Practice in the courts cf Vance, Gram ville. Warren, Halifax, and Northamp ton tti.i m Supreme and FoCrJ courts of tho Stato. - One of tke linn will always be found in thnir ollice in Cooper's New Brick Jluildiog. feb 9 6 i A. K. W011TIIAM, t JTT0lfiEY JT L417. Will practice in the courts of the fifth j'lsirici, aim in iiie cujhciuc Federal Courts at 1 alcitrh. Special attention given to all;" real; estate transactions. Office over Dor- scys Drug store Dr. F. S. enta Surgeon Would respectfully announce to his friends and patrons that he has had tc dicoutinue the practice away from bis office?, and may at way.- be found in place. Bchedules convenient for those living on the line of the railway to come to his office, and tho superior facilities for work ir a well furnished office,will make it greatly to their advantage to come. it IS alwavs hfisf tn rnak-fi pn o;areUQ6rjtS nerore hand, if there is anv hand, if there is anv con Biddable quantity of work to be dona specially if living at some distance. , Very respectful lv, F. s. HARRIS, Dentist, Ofpce oyer bmih'9 Drugstore. ft. fc Preaciiin every 2nd and ' h bun j- the bed i trotibia with.nain. h daai . drlav "-MtS.il .1: 411 -fvr Lafd',1 Y? fHo('meMt, a?amfa ihtinid divine . . -;au a painful sensati. n of leavinzujul .esoniel5iitiz ThA unmun wKlrinlr in. iri tiUliday KChool 9 a III. Choir priC n."nMtan tendam, often thrJw'cln-vn mv nankin J . . . , . -.tnistaki-n for consumption; the .itiei.t complains oO 1 llliew UO'vn my napKin, tlCe lOf CbUlCn at.l bUlll' St OWl, .r wT.rini iA M.tv: nervous. ei.si!v srtledi Mild inv knilft For Dyspepsia, C o stive ness, ,Sick Headache, ; a "S. M Chronic Biar- rheea, Jaundice, Impurity of the ISIood, Fever and 1 Ague, Malaria, and all Diseases caused by De rangement of Liver, Bowels 2" 'iidnt.-ya. ISYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER. Bad I'reath ; Tain in the Side, sometimes the "pain is fc!t under the Shculdcr-blacie, mistaken for iheum jtisin ; general ls cf appetite; Bowels )eet cold or br.rn.ng, sometimes a prickly sensation ';of the skin exists; spirits are low an. 1 despondent, nd, although satisfied that exercise would lie lene pficial, yet one can liart'ly summon up fortitude to . jtry it in fact, distrusts every rcnieJy. Several gt the above symptoms attend t!ie disease; but cases ..have occurred when but few of thtm existed, yet examination after deith has shown the .Liver to Lave been extensively deranged. It should be used by all persons, old and young, whenever any of the abuve Kyiuptoiris j-ppear. I Person Traveling or Livinr in TJn Vistltliy JLoeaiilies, by taking a dose occasion. Si!iy to keep die Liver in heaijiy action, v.ill avoid ii'.i Malaria, Hiiious at lacks, I'izzincss, Nau tea, Drowsiness, Depress:-n of Spirits, etc. It will invigorate like a t;'.a.-s of wine, but is no in toxicating beverage. 4 If You have eaten anything liard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Time and Doctors' IJilla vrill le saved by always keeping tbe Regulator in Ibe House! Tor, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly Sfe purgative, alterative and Tonic can never be out of place. The reinfdy is barmles and does not interfere with business or pleasure. IT TS T'URFXY YEOFTAirLE. And lias all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Cjuininc, without any of the injurious after effects. A Governor's Testimony. " Simmons l iver Kigulator has been in use in my family for sMiie time, and I am satisfied it is a valuable addition to the medical science. ; J. Cill Shorter, Governor of Ala. Won. Alexander II. Stephen, of Ga., Kays: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. "The only Tiling that never fails to Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dys- pepsia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything- to benefit me to the extent . Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min snesota to Georgia fur it, und wuiild send further for I such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim ; ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only tbing that never fails to relieve. ; P. M. Jan.nky, Minneapolis, Minn. ; Dr. T. W. Mason says: From actual ex perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in Say practice I have been and am satisfied to use Cftnd prescribe it as a purgative medicine. fisS-fTake only the Genuine, which always , .as on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark s W-dSIgiiatu.ro of J. u. 2Eir.IX & CO. J FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Illf MII of Wm.H. S BURGWYN&Oo, ' Hkndkrson, Yauco Co., N. C. General ISanking, Kxclianjre ; and. Collection Uusiness. SAVINGS' D E P. v ilT MNT. Interest allowed on Deposits. Bank hours from 9 A. M., to S P. M. Bank cIobfk! on legl holida3'K. ISept. 28 lcr. I 5(000 Acres of Land WANTED, jlhavefonned a connection with an spency for the sale and purchase of real efctale in town and oniniry by whio'.i I am enabled to advertise "lands free oj charge to the owners throughout this tato and all the Northern states and in Europe Immigration is setting Mrongh' in this direction and there is good nios pect for nikiiui lrce sales ol laud this fall and jv inter. Persons desiring to cell will consult their interest by plMcintr their latins in my hands for sale. All laods entered at inv oirio liste'i and the printed lists distributed throughout thi cuntry ana widely in Europe ant! riH.-ng all c-unpHiiies of immigrants comirnr into ihe st-ite. My fri;e is tVo 3, Bio well Buildivg, Henderson, N V where I slmli be cthd at any time i nee any pers u wishir either to sell or buv land in this section. HENRY t- JORDAN. ATTO Li IN Tii Y AT L, A W . AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. Henderson, N. C, Aii, 23 18J-3. '4- 1 21. Atf!7W"A, TUrerstdo, pal. Tbs dry elhnnta enms. 4uoa, Tiiror.t.Luua, t'olt lueis J p., roa&b. uct. C--- RAnnjAPIT'ioTSTAi I i 3 A 11 h S Ab fccu;!f ; CAll that, thodonbtfr.l curious or thoughtful want to, tta v.-, Ootiimd s'lx, biadiaOO cts, paper 25c, Mnr-; Jri.ico Gnidq, 144 pl5o, seat- to.t led. money or stps.bj DR. WHiTTIER p,Wspo4hYepa. I Si hi Rreat specialist, kerrou Dfthility.Impedinients? t oIIXh rri n ge, Oonu I '.r f -!3-3jrjv"5 -xy3?iiAytW ' parry, prks t. t. h. parry, pec Cut shows No. 3, Ready to get into. C SrRING CART COMPANY. liUSllVII'LE, I X DIANA ! Wholesale Manufacturers of TlYO- lYfJEELED VEHICLES. I The Only thins on two wheels that Rides as Easy as a carriage. Goods I madft of the hpst. llifttprinlu ami ivarrn tedi Weight from 90 to 150 pounds. 3?rices Jl.ow. Ask your merch ant to get prices lor vou. . . C. BPJEUNS CART COMPA Y. jaa. 3-, 3 I. Mi THE JblMI f OUVS WIFE, BY EUOKNE FIELD. Read at the Annual Btnquet of the Chicago Press CluU-J No eloquent tbouiiht and no word, flowery I hat the most of you, listening tur-d, liave heard Could allure me Irom viands so tempt ingly spread That I've mused the extempore speeches you'v reaa. btiEiipers of my fork, To spe-ik to tho toast of "The Editor's Wue." And of course you'll agree since our wives are all here To brighten tLe bcene and partake of our cin er- 1 hat i ho be.it of all angels kind heaven hits sent To bring a man sympathy, peace, and content. To add to his j"ys and tolesseu his woes, To sew on his buttons and to patch up his hose. And to smoothe out tho kinks aid the wrinkles of life Is the idol wes worship; the editor's wile When the editor comes from his offica at night At a very laie hour, in a dubious plight, Thy impression pievaiis and the stmy is told That an editor's wife can be always ca joled With a ho .about "bridges" and 'broken- down press;" But we who have been there are free to con less That mi hen husbands are late and sus picious are rile It is btjst to owu up to the editor's wife. All such fab'es are cruel, and men are uukir.t To libel a sex of such generous mind, A sex who economize aii through the year That we may afford to exhibit them here, The women wno scrimiugly, patiently a t, For the annual feast at three dollars per plate ; For all the wild ioys iu the circus of Ufa, A banquet seems best to the editor s wile. But. all jesting aside since I dimly sur miSH That the ladies regard me with sinister eyes Who more than the wife of our bosom deerves The tweet veneration her beauty pre serves ? And the ye-s my po by and our heads may grow wnite. Her beatify gro ws ever as pure and as bright As when she laeed poyerty, sorrow, and strife, And blescd our estate as an editor's wife. - You ma' drink toyoui trade and your creatures of lame; I raise not my glass tin I hear her sweet name; 'Tis to her who alone uncomplainingly bears The all of her sorrows and most of our cares. Whose wealth of sweet influence fcubtl. inspires Our grandest achievements and noblest desiies 'Tis to her I would drink our com panion in lil God's nest inspiration, the editar's wife! lEFOTlV LAND TITL.JEJUS A.NJL HIGH lA'TJKKliST. Wilmington Star. We were interested in a long article in tne Raleigh Fa nut i and Mechanic upon tiie delects in the laws of North Carolina concerning property. Ii seems that in many instances it is very diliicuit 10 obiaio a good title, This ket pa out foreign capiiai. Un- j der tiie present laws men will not ' i-jtid money to i mcrs tii li.g a mori- j gageingUirati.ee-of payment. North ern men wuo are wiiiing to lend j u oney iu N nil Carolina at a low ; rate of interest are dettned from do ing so by the tiouble of obtaining j dulged and cannot operate except vaiid titles. The illustration fur- I by uiviug mortgages on real estate, nished by the experiences of Col. j then the laws ought to beso simpli Burgwyn, of Htnderson, VTance fid and regulated as to make trans county, is a good oiie. He went to actions easy, certain and satisfactory. iiosion and made arrangements with capitalists to establish a. regular bus iness for the mutual benefit of farm ers and themselves they to lend money upon three and five years i inheritance laws, Chancery decisions time and the farmers to pay a low ! etc., and (incontinnations) over 120, rate of interest, the principal to be j 000 names of parties which have returned when due, and the loan sat-! beeu advertised for in England, iiffactorilv cuaranteed. But the plan ui thrmicrh iiisPnfthH vnrir dp. .v.. ....W0-- ' J fective laws governing titles in North Carolina. The Northern capitalists caused their attorney to examine into the laws of North Carolina and the re- suit was he propounded to Col. Bur gwyn, who is also a lawyer, a series of questions concerning tides, etc. The answers were in accordance with facts and this led the capitalists to decline JendiDg money in North Carolina. The President of the com pany wrote as follows to Col. Bur gwyn : . "Dear Sir: After a long and thorough examination of the statutes of North Carolina, our counsel ad eminent '"dy physicians as a safe a k .f ; u . . i- guid" for thesex. Handsomely bound visesusthat in the present CondifH, nius,rHfced. Sput tL ! tion of tbe lays relatiug to titles it will not be safe for Ui to make any loans in that State. w I presume that tha practical nsk is by no means as 1 . . ., . . .1 great as ii appars In thepry, but t 13 inuassihle forjis toitlo aoy busi ness of this kindTS&pt in p!te6 where we cjim .suro mr customers that their titles are safe beyond a ; purpose of promoting the introdue q jeson. I r'; very much thatiion of various papers, or artichs. we have been forced to this conclu- q i r t . . r".'i.-'"i e BI..D, for 1 had looked f.ruar.1 uith Si pleasure to a connection 'bat would be mutally profitable. If your Ieiiis lature should X: ;ear nn.ke any yers to cjrsider.1 Can they not se cure sue; i a charge in" the "laws as shall invite rather than repel capi' tal ? In the? Ntd-iit money is very cheap. Auy man can borrow upon good collateral as much money as he needs at not m re than four per cent. In North Carolina he must pay from 8 to 15 per cent. The re suit is farmers are compelled often to buy goods on a credit, mortgaging all hey have to do so, and paying from 15 to 20 per cent, more than shey would pay if 'hey had ihe cash. The Farmer ant Mechanic sa : "The United States Bureau of Statistic-", after careful reseaich says no legitimate business can expect to earn more than 4 per cent, as a reg ular thing; therefore when our far mers agree to pay ten, twelve and fifteen per cent, for fcupplies, they have Utile reason to expect to get out 'even.' Much less to make a profit. And what a thing, in a coun ty like ours, to worVall the year, for simple food and cio fftg? But you cannot blame the merchant for ex acting heavy discounts. il often is forced to borrow Irm the banss in order to lend to you. He takes an hundred risks, evenjif sure of getting paid. He incurs heavy expense iu getting the goods: and he would al ways far rather sell his goods for cash at small profit, than wait 12 months for 12 pr ejent." "But here we coitc tu the second point. Can the rrueV I row money? He can if his Wnd title is Svuiid and uniniiirW A Penn sylvania farmer told u a few days ago that his neighbifs could borrow money freely at 3 to 4 per cent. It is so also in Nevv York and in New Efigland. Wliy not in North Carolina? A wealthy Phila adelphia Eaud Agenuy last year ot us to look up souii properties lor them, but only nitbled. No man wants land at even iO cents an acre if he has to pay $2i worth of law suits per acre in defending his title." The Henderson merchants have declined to sell to f.trmers on time. Tney do not want mortgages. They prefer to sell lor casn. But farmers with defective titles to laud can not burn w. A lead.u house wrote to a farmer declining hu request tor sup plies on time. He saiu u him : ' ff-e coutend that no business in the vvoiid, farmii;;r or anything eJ.-e, will justify the credit prices that far mers have to payVko buy on cotton time, whether they mortgage or not. We do not doubt our ere. u ; but it is best for both merchant and laimer i to pay cash. If you have not the money, borrow it, and the difference beuveen tne credit prices (frequent iy 33 1 3 per cent, over cash prices) wiii be a good profit to you." Uere is an excellent field lor prac tical legislation. If farmers are so bVhind hand that they must b in- $77,000 000 IN Chanceky. "Next Of Kin and Heirs at Letw GazHle," published semi monthly, containing ! Wales, Scotland, Ireland, United States of America, Canada, Austra- lia, Eat and WVst Indies, France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, etc , etc., since 1665. Size 12 paes. Sub- scription $2.1HJ per year. Single cop- 5 iu in oun tu ICilifam Roirri TfiK le4 iu ce'nts. niniam rtaien, run lisher, 251 William street, Pt-stofiice Box 3109. New York City. ikTHE WOMA PHYSICIAN'." A common seus medical work for ladies only. Fully answers all ques j tions which mototy pre vent 3 asking u maid tin VsiPln. 1 1 1 vpe mitictMa anrl a male physician. Gives causes and symptoms ofall diseases of the Fex, with positive cure for each in plain language'wrilteu by ladies who have made these diseases a life study. A plain talk in delicate language which read. It i re-coui mended by many $1.00. Address the. Rochester Puplishing Co. I 32, 33 & 33 jl 2 Oburn Block, 5 Rochester. N. Y. m , m iyw Feb, 14 6 1, Here is a ixulfofitie bQ3tiawtlZtt "A Great Sensation." Am ng publishers manufacturers and busi ness men, many inducements have i hppn rifT-rd tr f ho nnblio fur. tho ! but not one of them equals the extra ! ordinary chance offered bv 'he World , Matfazine. In trL.,aiging the circula- lion of their widtdy-kuown ai d splendid monthly publication, they Hgree to send yoa The florid Maga zine for one yfar at the low rate of and will rnrtil it po&Lige free to lnjttt&E.M utiv exeefdiuely ivifi cost less than ten cents ' per copy." In addition to this, the publishers Hijrer! ti give you an equal opportu nity in their Urai d Prize Dis tribution, in which $75 000 (seventy five iboi sand dollars) will be dis iributedfe to aii new subscribers to the VVorld Magazine. The com nany inn nd to distribute the $75,000 free to their patrons merely as au ad vertisement The priz-s will be dis irihutedoiVfy b a committee, and any subscriber to The World M .ga zme can secure a Grand Prize ISub scriotion Ticket, fkee of any CiLALGE. Address : THE WORLD MAGA ZINE, 3S and 40 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111. Tney offer liberal in ducements for those who get up Clubs. Any or.e sending t'em a Club of five subscribers will receive a yearly subscription to The ITorld Magazine, arid a prize number and receipt free. Win i ui una. v.m.jfirJLi LrjtM.-Mf-mfrtr- TIIE EXCELSIOR COOK STOVE3, Manufactured by the celebrated STOVE WORKS OF ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., BALTIMORE, Md. Are the best on the 3farket. Seventeen different varieties, manufactured in four series, of FFERENT SIZi . i And Prices. TO SUT'P A LIj PURCHASERS lie Combines the following leading faa-fure-s. possessed by no other Cook Stove in the market; Wood Door at Each End of fire box, Damper and Automatic Oven belf working on either side o stove, so that the stove can be used equally well from either side. Largo Top, with heavj ring covers double cross pi eees. and patent reversible gas buring loi g crosspiece. Large bi oiling door sl'diiii? lirrt doors, with either illu minared or closed panels, as desired, Swinir Hearth! ..late, dropping into plact Hush with ihe h arth, Mltiug Gr.-te hdu Swii ging Flue Top. The Flu arelarie and easily kept clean. The Damper can b-i ri dily replaced at any tiun- without removing the top. Four sizes have Drop Shelves and Ualvaniz-d Towel Racks attached. LARGE ASSOUTBSENT Of the above name Stoves, Heaters All (1 Ranges, etc, In Stock and for sale at MANUFAC TURERS' PRICES, Henderson. 1ST O HsrsURJE t YOUR LIFE! YOUR PROPERTY! Now is the time to insure on the very best terms, in strictly FIRST CLASS COM PA N I E S- i Business men and tarrnera will rind my Companies liberal and prompt, both in placing their risks and SETTLING LOSSES. Representing as I do a lice of Compa nies second to none doing business in the State, and w th my experience in the business, J do not hesitate to say that all insurance entrusted to me shall be ; promptly placed to the best advantage, Call at my office or writ, to J. R. YOUNG, Henderton.N. c. No Insurance placed in any Com- any has notl 000 dePosit a tb t State Treasury at RaleigU. nug . ' EXCELSIOR' bxcelssor JLBShssillieri w ARREN LELAND, M'hom ererybojy knows ts the successful laanaer of the Largest Hotel Enterprises of America, says that uile a pasi-eupcr from New York on board a ship going juouml Cape Horn, in the carh' days f rnrgmtion to Cal ifornia, he learned that one of the otiicers of the ressel had curel hiutmlf, 5.ur:n the voj aj?, au oithiRte Jlsceaa 67 the use of Since then !Hr. Lkland lias recomiuentteJ Avku's SAns.vrAlULL. in many siniiiar cases, and ha has never yet heard of its fail ure to effect a radical cure. Some years ago one of Jlr. Leiwd's fann laborers bruised his leg. Owing to the bad state of his hloo1, an ngly srrof uins swelling or lump appeared 0:1 the injured limb. Hor rible itching of the skin, with turning and darting pains through the lump, niniiii life almost intol.-rable. The leg Wenine tn r inously enlarged, and running ulcers formed, discharging great quantities of extremely offensive matter. Xo treatmenruas of any arail until tlie man, by Mr. I.i-lamiV direc tion, was supplied with Avkk's Sns.M'v 1ULLA, which allayrvl the pain and irrit'.lioTi, healed th' pores, removed the swelling, nd completely rcsfrnvd the limb to u.-.e. Sir. Leland has personally ieJ Ayer's Sarsaparilla for lllieuinatiiin, wilh entire success ; and, after careful observation, declares that, in his belief, there is no medicine in the world equal to it for the cure of Liver Disorders, Gout, the ciTect of higli li i:itr. Salt Khemn, Sores, Eruptions, and all the various forms of blood diseases. We have Mr. Lki.and's permission to invite all why may desire further evidence in rep.ard to the extraordinary curative powers of Avnt's Sausai-akili.a to see him person ally either at his mammoth Ocean Hotel. Long Branch, or at the popular Lcland Ib-le'. Uroadway, ?Tth and 2th Streets, New York. Mr, IvELAXD's extensive knowledge of the good done by this unequalled erauicatorof blood polions enables him to give inquirers much valuable information. TEErARED BY Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; ?1, six bottles for 55. TO PRESERVE TIIE HEAIT1I S Use the Magneton Appliance Co's Magnetic L'ung Protector 1 Pllce 01117 Five Dollars, They are priceless to Ladies, Gentle men and Children TOith weak Luns ; no case of Pneumonia or Croup is ever known where these narments are worn. They also prevent and cure Heart Difli cu ties, Cuda, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Throat Troubles, Diphtheria, Catarrh, and all kindred Diseases. Will wear any service fur three years. Are worn over tho tinner-doming CATARRH, Si over tho under-clothing. needless to de- e the symptoms this nauseous dis ease ihat is sapping tbe life and strength of only too many of the fairest and bet f both sexs. Lat) r. study and re seaich in America, Europe and lwti?rii laids, have resulted in tho Magnetic Luna: Protector, affording cure lor Ca tarrh, a remedy which c ntains No Drugging f the System, and with the continuous stream ol Magnetism pet mealing through the afflicted organ", mut Kes'ore them to a healthy action. rH place our price for this Appliance at less than one-twentieth of th price asked by others for remedies upon which ymi take all tho chances, and we especially invite the patronage of iho many per sons who have tried Drugging their stomachs witnout effect. , , T,T This Appliance. HOW TO OBTAIN jrsiTS them. If thy have not got them, write to the proprietors, enclosing the price, in letter at our risk, and tbey will be sent to you at once by mail, i ost paid. Send stmp for the "S w Departure in Medical Treatment witnout Alodioiue," with thousands of testimonials. TLIE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO., 2iS State Street, Chicago, III., Note. Send one dollar iu postage stamps or currency (in letter at our risk) with size of shoe usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic Insoles, and be convinced of the power rp&iding in our Magneto Appliance-1. Positively no cold feet where they are worn, or rioney re funded. noviiu lc. (ETERaB'RG RAILROAD SCHED- UhB IN EFFECT Nov. 18, 1683. 4 Trains leave Petersburg (Washington street Depot) as follow: Passenger train 8, daily, 12:42 and 3:46 p m Daily, except -Sunday, 10:48 p m Freight trains daily, ex cept fcunday, 6:00a m; 9:40 p m LEAVE WEUiON. Passenger Trains, daily, 2:2a am; 2:51 pm Dailj . except Sunday, (3:5 Jam Freight trains daily, ex cept Monday, 5:00 a ni Freight trains daily, ex. ceptSuuday 1:10 pm Train leaving Petersburg at 3:46 p in., stops only at Belrieid. Sleeping cars and first class coacues on uiht and day trains. No change of cars between "wilraicg ton and Washington. Through tickets sold to all Eastern, Northern auu boutheru points ana bag gage cnecKed through. Passengers going South will purchase tickets and t beck baggage at Washing ton Street depot. Passengers going North and stopping at Petersburg, wilt claim their baggage at Washington street depot. Freight trains on this road are intend ed exclusively for freight, and no pro visions is made on them for tle comfort or convenience of poasengers. Persons who travel on these trains are specially notified that they are liable to delays, inconveniences, and risks not incident to passenger trains. Agents are not required to open their offices for the sale of tickets for freight train?. Nerth b nnd freight tndns wi stop ail night at Mt. Airy, and all pass enger will be discharged at that point. w. J. Brown, - H. M. Sully, . Diaptcher of Trains, Gen. Sup't. w. P Tatwb, Oea'l Ticket Agant. 1 " 'I . UBm KlHTloN O MX M.'im liUtlk ta.l. Itl 1.1 dniu 1 Office is ojienfd'J1 Uttice ctostd nl 41 Alitii guing rsur'l CioMd at 11:10 A. iU. Mall going So6uY P. M. VI! ! at i:lti Mail over O t 1 id closed ai 5;30 1. M. neas Irouj $ tt llli . M.ri3iri,lu"" 210 5 P.M. Ml I li. Jr.J yruj:, I - M. KA1LUOAD ij IEDULKS. 1 A.L.Eltill iV Aj KALE1C.H AND STON R. R. "I rucL. lb, ttt3. J or i-lot. Laleigh, N. Jsov MAIL t UN. - 9:15 a. m. - i:.i5 p. m. - 3:u5 p. in. 7 .:. p. in. FRSIGll r. iouth) 7:tx p. in. l::oo a. in. - I:U5 a. in. Leaves Raleigh - V Arrives at ts.uon Ltavts eldon Arrives at Raleigh 1 A b T TIIRUU (Foi Po Leaves Raleigh Arrives at eldou I.caes VVeldnu Arrives at Raleigh J txa a. in. LOCAL FlUllUllT. Leaves Raleigh - S - C:15a m. Arrives at Weldou - f:l5 p. in. . o;i0 a. m Learns W eldon Arrives at Kaieigh Mail liains nirtke c'.O e countctions at wekiou wuh the fc alw iru and Roanoke ii'.ulioad and Lay X.I e MtMineii via iL.liinioie, to ai.d lron til points Morth, NNtst, and NortiiW-9il nd wnh I eicis burg Kti!n hd v ia f tersuurg, Ku h inond and U ashii gtcu Jity, to and from ail points North and '. orttiwtst. At baleifeh with the NOrti Carolina Rnil road to and from all ) jints South ai d .ouihwest, and witn he Kaleigh and Augusta Air Line to FaBttetlie,liaiuifrt, Chaiioitt; and tho rtoJlU TIME tAl LE. GoiJf i . : GoiNO NoMT b:4tia km : , fciOUTH. Leave Raleigh r. Mill lirook, Noose, Forestville, 44 wake, Youugsville. B. At. i.-i I 7:iy ni. t. tt tl t. ft .. (t 44 it t ti:iS5 (:.o &06 5;42 f).20 4-51 4:43 4.:-o 4:w '4:u7 ' S..-4 11 1. ..I.I..... O r' r litUMIUlUll, J.OO U it, r.1 l'u 111 lI Henderson, 10:4'i Middleburg, 10:; ' Jinsou, 10.1UT T V. " Kidgeway, ll;tl 4 ft . Wartentnii. Macon. 44 Vaughan 44 Jatttetou, ,4 Sumitt, 4 GaMou, 4- Midway. ll:.r7Lf it t m. 4 X:3y 44 3:1a Ar. Ar. at weidon, 12:5511 v. weldou 8:00 . WIN IER. JOLlIf t II Geu Jlanagcr. 1 wJf. AMITH, Supt. W ILMINUTON & ' DOS L:ILKOAD Wilmington ANpf "eluon R.R. ") UFricp :en. m:pt.. Wiliiiingt ov. lb, I, IOOO. J Trains of this Rot will lf4e Wil- miugtou as follows : Thai nh Got 11 N'oRTlJ Passcntrer and Mail ta5 daily, b .r..J A M hV.vr 'I hi mil' h Alaildhl! h no P M I'.wwu ii u o r Aei'.omod W ay Freight M 0 . A M Express xhrounh Frivit '1 40 P 31 AlthlVK Ail? ldon: Pasengpr and Mail T) i daily, 2 U P M ir ast Through Mail J 2 jo A M Ptsei ger AKumtuoilfl 3D. 'M A M Way Fieiht . ' P M Express 'lhroucU Freif.it 3 3 M. Trains toi :;oUTH. Trains t f this Road V.H ltavu Weldoa as follows ; Jl Pasencr and Jail 4Uj Y 00 1 Fast Tnrouh Mail ''lif ; ;'J 1 'I Express. Psenger aL MU 1 A M Way Freight 14 :' M Express Through FnSLJjt i Ml A AI AKUIVK AT Wll.ilNOlON ; Passenger aoo Mail f. h P M Fat Through Mail dU 10 P M Expresis, I'assenger iti Mall X o A M IKav Freight fe I" A M Exprt as Through Fi&fi t 4 3u P M irain No. 43 Nofil will btop only at Rocky Point, Burgai. Magnolia, War saw. Mount Oiiv. LI ey, Goldsboro, Wilson. Rocky M Euheid and ill atop only at Goldsboro and te connection at ,rth daily. All Llaiifax, Train No. 40, Soul Rocky !.ouut, il Magnolia. Train No 47 makes Weldou for all poiu rail via Richmond, d daily excepj .2 mA m m. m m. ill Urrfetrv BaU Sunday via Bay Lin4 ; Tr? T. f3 ,r,'ue'fl Hy- and msku cloe con uetATrlrii foial( -oiuu Nortu " Hichmond and Washlt All trains ru solid! hi -woeT. wl!ming ton nd Washingt -n, bi.- nave Puilmaij Palace Sleepers atta Pfc ' JOHN F DIVINE. ifcncial Sun't T. M. EMEIWOSVj . eni;2 Passep" Agent 1 1 C-EABOARD& ROkhOKER. R. OFKICK SOP'T- OF TAiSP0BTAHOt5' s .t It. fRt Company. PoruaiauthJM- Def3, 1S83. 3. j TruiriM ot this Roa dLill lve Weld on dailv, except Sundaf foUow; Mail Train at :fff 10:00 A. M. Kaleigh Through F$$Uht 4 .J.od p. W Way Freight Tri - VVe v i20 A. it . Trains arrive at WJJ'n daily, (except Sunday), as lollows:, ' Mail Train at : 0j t 2:00 p. M. Raleigh Through KM 12 24 A. M. W&y Irain, : :30 p. m. Trains oftnisroadim ' lftive Weldoa dailv. (except SundaH a followa: Mail Train : ?:'0 P. M. Raleigh Through Fa rial leaves H'eU don f ir Portsmouth d Y (except Mon day mornings) M n2:30AMf Way Freight ; : 7;00 A. M. Trains arrive at Pianath daily,(ex cent Sunday), as lollotfi Mail Traiu..- J;f Vfl0p-M Raleigh Through Fre8nt 8:30 a. M. Way Freight : 1 ; fl0 p. M. Mail Train stops-; . all Stations, Steamer leaves Ffat4lln Monday VVednsdajs and Frjiy8 r Edenton, Plymouth and landtag, ooS-lAckwawi? and Chowan rivers. IrJ' Applv to R. O. EDwl lDr Agent, Wol, j don, or to Li t rinTr.