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ThSeISDAT, FEBRUAItT 6, 1879. '
Ttlt2 rEGISLATraiU s
. . . t fi -i ".! T T J Hit I- StT'Jt
Bftlelgh News.1 ; -
' PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.)
Mr. Nicholson, from citizens of Ire
dell county, asking for the passage of a
fv.,i no fence law.- , ; , , i (tt;
UTTBODtJCTIOHf "OS1 BILLS "AND ItESOX
, . t TIONS. j
- Mr. Everett, to ascertain the indebt
edness of the counties, cities and towns
of this State. . 'I
- Mr. Matheson, to amend the charter
i .of the Charlotte and .TaylorsviUe, 'Bail
road Company. v i I
Mr. Williamson, to abolish private
seals, and to prescribe a short form of
deeds ana ror oiner purposes xmiir ;
Mr. Scales, to prevent the exclusion
of evidence on the trial of civil actions
and special proceedings. !
' Mr Williamson, to settle disputes and
' ' to lighten the expense or litigation.
CALENDAR, j f
rT iLJi. 71,8. R 243, for the relief of
" . prisoners confined Xn the common jails
" "'"'of this Stat& 'Passed final reading, j
. bastardy! jiasseasecona reading. k
S. B.25,' for amenoTchapter 87, private-
laws of 187K7ir concerning jttocKcpring
Camp GrouncLIhtormally passjett over.
H.JB.53.S.B. 210, for the benefit of
jurors in certain counties in this State.
Passed second reading. l !
h. K 522: to submit the Question of
. ; prohibition, to. the yoters of the JLown of
' J' JU. B. 187, S. J5; 304, in' relation to the
probate of deeds and the privy exami
nation of married women, j Passed sec-
V ond. reading. ' ...rLUt I
J ai h. k i S34. td -raise a loint select com
mittee to investigate the banks of North
Carolina. Keferrea to tne nnance com
::iierlif the ; Mtv Airy Railroad. and for
" A the tmdrngof a road ffom-Greensboro
-i:itrtnrm tCnnhiPnsSed swionil'readine.
, ; . -Mf Everett! moyed, that rlta ..further
consiaerauon w uustuuuiL. auu maun
the special order for Friday next at. 11
o'clock. - Carried. - . vr-,
II. " K. 19, & B. 185; for a conference!
wltn tne souin Carolina legislature in
. reard to removinir obstructions from
-the Yadkinriver and other streams
running intoJSouth Carolina.
Mr. Alexahder moved to amend by
inserting Tennessee after the wards
South Carolina, Carried. 1
The bill as amended then passed its
i( , final reading. I . ,.v( ',.,
v: ;;V' Mr. " Waldo "TUovedw ! Suspend the
- a rules "ind. lake up S. B. 293 in relation
'. to the funeral expenses; tt the late Chief
' Justice Pearson, 'and but ii; lott.its sev-(t-xVo
,-eral xeadings. . . Carriecb wh4 m c !
o i Resolution then passed ity J fihal read
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. ; . f r
A-messageiWas'' received from the
., House r at Representatives , asking the
;;Y,'Y Senate, tp doncurr itoi go into ; a joint ses
''! sion- on" Wednesday -next for the pur
- -pose of making, jail necessary 4irrange-
' ments for the inauguration of the Hon.
Thos. J. Jarvis as Governor of North
- Yir. ; ! Carolina. r.h " -nv K!!,-i!f-;-: 3 , .
it "HwyjfiK Leachr moved to amend; by Ihsert
ing that a joint committee beV appoint
ed, 3 on the part oft the Senate nd 5 on
the part of the1 House with full power
. to make the anangemeh is.' Carried. .
ni.!iXheichaf.fapnointed:ron:the part of
the Senate, Senators Leach, Everett and
; Nicholsqg, and prdered 'aiue,ssage to be
' YsentjtbeiHouse informing; tbatibody of
its action and asking concurrence in the
., Httme.-- ;''-'!- ,
Under this heading only one State
officer reported; fl&ajor W. H.!15agley,
clerk of the Supreme Court. His re
port was received and referred to the
committee on ) retrenchment and re
, S' , SPECIAL ORDER. -
rThe hour of 12 .having arrived, the
' special order' for to-day was taken up,
-which waa S. B. 268, in relation to the
f ton tax. on fertilizers.,,
' - ' After some tittie debate upon the bill,
'participated: in principally Jby Senators
Mebane and Alexander, it was referred
to the judiciary committee. 1
At 1 30 the Senate adjourned until 10
o'clock to-morrow. 1 '
, flOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. I
The following J were read and
By Mr? Batd;1 tor prohibit sale of
lint tse. seed . cotton .without an order
, - from the owner, lessee, his , agent or at
! tornev.- Pronositions and crievances.
By the same, to exempt bona de res-
r identa of the State front the purchase.
3 finance, ct i-t4.mK' -ann s
A5,JBrMrArdrey, to amend the law re
latmg to tne maintenance oi lunatics
outside the -asylum; Finance.
By Mr. Bobertson, to reduce the num
ber of servants in tbe' capitol tb' one,
ana py .the Keeper; only $260 per an
"Rv .Xfr. -Amis- to rirntftftt ' ftliflM an!'
raise.revenue,, ior,iree, scnooisj -Agri-
By Mr. Covington, to punish the enn
tering of houses at night, other than by,
' By the same, to provide, an annuity
for-soldiers-who lost their- sight in the
'';late war." Propositions and' grievances.
.4 .r. i3y Mr. Turner, an act concemmir at-
torneys at law.who , shall fail : to pay
over couecuons.-.v;aienaarii ? v r
: '. '-4b y..i t-tifJALENDAR TAKEN .''IIPW.?.
, A. resolution proposing to the Senate
,to meet in jointjsession in this House;
. on Wednesday next at noon, to witness
, the inauguration of-the in coming Gov
- ernow Hon,: Thomas .'J. Jaryis, passec
" i te&dines and was sent bver, i i T',;-
ka'a BL;B.'262, extending1 the power!i)f
grand juries so tnat in case oi aeiay jot
solicitor the foreman may send for and
n-wnar witnesses, "was laid on the table;
IL B. 216, amending the law in rela-'
fion to birds in several counties, so tas
to leave the amount of fine to be in the
- discretion of the magistrate. Dassed
I vHwBA3,ncorp0rating theBankiof
Asheville. Dassed its hnai readme
- H. B. 25, to prohibit the shooting lof
quail from the first of April to the first
of October, and the breaking up of
nests or destroying eggs in Union coun
ty. JNumerous amenamenis were sen
inland accepted, bringing in Mecklen-
dolDh. GranviHe. JOavie-rEobeson. Wil
son, !3u)im,,NeV ;HanoVer,,Forsythe,
" Hertford, Stokes, Sampson,, Chatham,
Mr. Ellison sent in an amendment to
Include .Wake, as it was desired to al
low the birds a chance.? Mr. Richard
son-moved to amend ' by striking ou
Wake. The bill then passeduits jread-
v- i H,'R 86, in regard to listing property,
'JURISDICTION OF MAGISTRATES.
IL B. 40, amending the law in relation
to jurisdiction of justices of the peace.
not exceed 95. or -the -money, propertyUnjii v w L kou .
or thing is not taken by breaking in a
nouse, py aay or night, or from the per
son, by force or peaceably, is declared a
. misdemeanorrand the justices - of I the
- peace shall have original jurisdiction in
, 14, case3 of assault ftnd hattArv: xvhpra Tin
deadly weapon is used, or serious bodily
-, "4 auu iu csises ot trespass, and
i f ornieation and adnltArv tn an Avfpnf.
ftbt exceeding $50 fine and one month's
imprisonment, i Thibilfwas introduc
ed by Mn- Ellison, Mr. Kicharttson, oi
Coiumous movea llo uiuie, uo
mittee on judiciary naving made an un
favorable report on the same, -upon
lliisMr; Norment called, the ayes - and
nays, when the bill was taDieo, yeas v
nays 28,,-j cjv!T. , ' . -.
' THE INAUGURATION. , ftta&
' AAtr at f rrnrf ; a ? Rati-
ate proposing to amend the House reso
lution in regard to the inauguration of
Governor Jarvis by raising a committee,
of 8, five in the House, and 3 in tiie Sen
ate, to make all necessary arrangements
for the occasion.. This the House; con
curred in, and the Speaker appointed
the following gentlemen as the House
branch: Messrs, Jones, Covington, Arm
strong, Clarke and Norment. : i
CALENDAR. : ' -4. ;tV.
wBm'1e-ttelidlimSrdf live stock
by railway trains indictable, and engi
neers and conductors liable to indict
ment unless the railway pays damages.
passea. -r .
- H. B. 87, to secure to litigants in
courts of justices of the peace a more
speedy determination of their rights,
and that the return day of summons be
the trial day of the case, passed its read-
m .-,li..t! A.i.T.W :i
,u.tL ts. so, aitermgsea z,oi we consa-
tution so as to require voters to exniDit
his tax receipt or sheriff's certificate of
navment. on the dav-of-electaon-to the
COUNTY OFFICERS' FEES, r j
H. B. 104, requiring sheriffs, registers
of deeds, and clerks of superior courts
to make at the the' end of each year
sworn statements of the fees received
or due them, such statements to be filed
in the office of the register of deeds and
posted at the court house door. Mr.
Mebane spoke to the bill saying it was
the only means, of ascertaining-the
amount of the fees received by these of
ficers, that thev may be regulated. It
turns on liffht in the Snatter.- Mr. Nor
ment objected to the bill, as it imposed
additional burdens upon clerks ,0f,
courts, who are now required to enter
their fees in a book, which may at all
times be inspected. Mr, Bernard favOr-?
- . 1 1 Ml 1 At
ea tne Dili wnicn men passeu. .
H. B. 127, to relieve merchants and
tradesmen incases where, since Jan. 1st,
1879 they liave paid privilege tax, was
H. B. 150, to punish fighting of game
cocks and prevent betting on them, was
H. B-163; .to amend the act authoriz
ing the counties to farm out convicts,
was taoiea, as two otner diiis cover tne
H. B. 156, to allow the tax collector of
Concord to collect arrears oi taxes, was
abled, the ground being covered by an
other duj, , .
H; H.r 165, to regulate tne practice oi
dentistry.-? and prevent imposition or
nuackerv dv iuture requiring practi
tioners to exhibit a diploma, or pass an
examination, .paying a fee of $30; :Mr.
York omected, as there were some real'
v cood dentists who had never stuaiea.
Mr. Toard said the. bill would keep off
incompetent persons. Mr. Clark so
thought, as did Mr. Bernard. On mo
tion of Mr. Covington, further discus
sion was postponed until noon to-morrow.
, . ,
H. B. 241, to allow the Winston, Sa-
em & Mooresville Railroad the use of
as many convicts as may be deemed
necessary, not to exceed 150, none to be
taken from roads in which the btate has
an interest; passed its readings.
H. B. 184. to establish the state line
between the counties of Macon, N. C
and Rabun, Ga., by an. accurate .survey
appropriating S100 to defray expenses.
and appointing a commissioner to be
chosen by the Governor, to net on the
part of this State, passed.
li. k. 190. to define the duties oi ms-
tices of the peace in criminal actions by
requiring them to ascertain it the pris
oner aesires xriai Dy jury, was tauiea
A Guano War.
Spartanburga C.) Spartan.
In various sections of the State the
tanners are quite indignant at the in
creased amount of cotton asked for a
ton oi guano. cr certain Kinds one-
tourth more is demanded.. The jerti
nent question of the farmer is, why
should the price of guano keep up, when
corn, cotton, bacon, labor, and nearly
everything else Jias come "down. The
contest is between the tanners and
manufacturers, and not the local agents.
t seems to us that competition is strong
enough amongst the" manufacturers to
remedy this evil complained of. If
there were only a few manufacturers a
monopoly might be created and the
prices kept. up. Guano has come to be
a necessity, as much so as flour or bacon
or the farmers think so; and they are
not to blame tor investigating this mat
ter, and getting the price down as low
as can be afforded by the sellers. v
",...! ,;! .iBalelgh Observer. : ... , -1
In a railroad from Sanford to'Char-
lotte we can see no harm to Wilming-
lon-rnone to ine state, un tne contra
ry, whatever tends to the general de
velopment, will do mucb of ' good to
Wilmington and the State, as welf as to'
Raleigh, to Charlotte and to the dodu-
lous and prosperous counties througrn
wuiwtiiis yiupuseu w uuiiu iim roau,
and which need railroad facilities, and
as much entitled to them as any other
counties in North Carolina. The largest
railroad facilities and for the greatest
number of people is the policy advoca-
iu uy tue uoserver,. wnicn recognizes
the fact, and is glad that it Is fact that
u l j j ' a '
i. iic uuiiuy lias uesiseu oi upposiuon to
the building of railroads whenever and
wlierever people propose to make them
witn, tneir own means. i
:- U'ans Letter to Philadelphia Telegraph.
-flfcnJfirant: hits Tflrti fr hiofnnr
liiireland., ', Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Sarto-
ris are staying. at the 'Hotel Liverpool,
aim wm await mere tne general s re
tnttu 'AIra. Sartotis is looking extremely
well,! and ia even prettier than, when
Nellie Urant; She is accompanied by
her husbahd arid child, th6 latter a most
lovely little boy.i not quite two;.years
old. He is a fair, golden-haired little
creature; with lai-ge blue eyes,-and is
not in the least shy or spoiled, manifest
ing a' very natural but rather vrnEnglish
devotion to .GeniCrranL "GrandDana"
is evidently an institution of great im
portance in the young gentlemen's eyes;1
Mrs. Sartoris intends to spend the win
ter in Rome with her mother-in-law,
anu it is tnere tnat tne Dirtn ot her ex
infantkwill.:tk9 place,., .
II heallenai tomplaint.
.Dyspepsia isi the national complaint. ; Almost
every other kanitaanouvmeet has it, and
the result is t at the number of pseudo-remedies
for It is '8 Numerous as Pira6'&'s host They are
for the mos$ part worthless, ? There is, however, a
searching eradlcant of this distressing and obdu
rate malady, one wh. jt genuine merits long since
raised it to a foremost - place'1 among the stapTe-
medlcines of. America!tHpstetter,s Stomach Bit
ters extirpates dyspepsia with greater certainty and
prompOtude' thari 'any khbwn ; remedy, and Is a
most genial Invigorant, appetizer, and aid to secre
tions These are not empty assertions. a thou-
by lrrerragapie proofs repeatedly, laid before the
pubhV 1 Tb2 Bi -JUmti also promote a regular habit
of , angive- a. healthful stimulus to the ori-
nayorgans.1vr:-?, :iffrr::.;. ivl
'' For upwards of ttilrty years MrS. Wtosiow's Sooth
ing byrup has been used for children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising irom teething or other causes. An old and
roll Irnnam MmAiln . ASTa -w wmi . . .
Th dlsmverer of a process for making Cob
Livxb On. palatable is certainly public benefac
tnr fnrit la universally admitted to be the best
rernedy in Consumptive and Scrofulous cases ever
produced, yet on acooum vi iia biu&ciuub ww
many risk death rather than take it The manu
facturers of Scott's Emulsion of Cod LiykbOil
with the Htpophosphttes of Limb and Soda have
by their peculiar process, succeeaea m ramovuiK
the unpleasant taste of the oil and made It as pala
table a fresh Cream, and; with the addition of
the Hpoph08phltes, which Is an excellent Bone
and Nerye todjo nave- proauoe reiaw vi u
greatest value in the above diseases. ; .
Jk'Ai kTf.- HEB OWN WOEDS.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13, 1 877.
Mr. H. B. Stevens i . ; - f
Tteai.Hicsini BAvp.Tjii Tears' I ham zox a sore
and verv samful foot, I bad some- physicians, but
they couldn't cure me. ew l' have heard of your
egeune irom a laay woo was sick iur a rmik muo,;
n3 luMiniA nil wnii from vonr Vesetme. and I
went and bought me one bottle of Vegetinerand
after I had used one bottle, the pain left me, and
It began to heai. ana inen-i sougni one oiuer wi
tiA and an i take it vet. -1 thank God for this rem
edy and yourself; and wishing every sufferer may
pay attention to it o s i ..... ,t .
i.ttZiiiK:J! i JJ jf DOS w n oiuuiuuiii ourofc
jr rtci1 . . i- ;
SAFE AND SURE. j
m,Tf TXiV.ZijlizSX'-J .i'A ; j-
Mr. li. K. stevens-
In 1872 your Vegetine was recommended to me,
and yielding to i: the persuasions oi : a mena,
I consented to try it. At the time l was sunenng,
from general, debility and. nervous prosttaaon.
sunertiidueed b? overworK ana irregular namus.
Its wonderful strengthening and curauve proper'-
ues seemed to auecs my aeuuimusu bsiicui : uvm,
the nrst doseY&nd under its persistent use I rapid
ly recovered, gaming more wan usuai ueiuuu aiiu
good feeling. Since then I have not hesitated td
give Vegetine my most - nnqualifled indorsement,
as being a safe, sore and powerful agent Inpromot
ing health and restoring the wasted: system to new
life and energy, vegetine is tne oniy meuicme i
use; and as long as I live' I never ' expect to find a
betterv Yours troly,11'! l w IL CLARK, , r
THE BEST. SPRING MEDICINEj ,tr
nr. a. u. ousveas; . Bix
Dear Sir This la to certify that I have used
your "Blood ireparaaon m my iamuy ior several
years, and think -that for Scrofula or Cankerous
Humors or Rheumatic affections it cannot be ac
celled? and as A mood purifier and spring medicine
It is tne Destining i nave ever usea,.uuu i nave
used almost everything.:; ! can cheerfully recom
mend It to any ore in need of such a medicine.
MRS. A. A. DINSMORE, .
;:!:-!-.' :-i !:; irtf: iv ifusseu street.
VEGETINE. i '
WHAT IS NEEDED.
Boston, Feb. 13, 1871..
H.R. Stevens, Esq.:
Dear Sir About one year since I found myself
in a feeble condition from general debility. Vege
tine was strongly recommended to me oy a mena
who had been much benefited by Its use. I pro
cured the article, and, after using several bottles.
feel quite confident that there is no medicine su
perior to it tor mose complaints ior wnicn u is es
neclallv nrenared. and would cheeerfully recom
mend it fo those who feel that they need some
thing to restore them to perfect health.
IL L. PETTTNGILL,
Firm of S. M. Pettinglll Co.,
No. 10 StaW styeet, Boston.
. : . " t
ALL HAVE OBTAINED RELIEF. t
South Berwick, Me., Jan. 17, 1872.
H. R. Stevens, Esq.: .
Dear Sir I have had dyspepsia in its worst form..
ior the last ten years, and have taken nunareas ot
dollars worth of medicine without obtaining any
relief. In September last I commenced taking the
Vegetine, since which time my health has steadily
improved. My food digests well, and I have gain
ed fifteen pounds of flesh.! There are:; several oth
ers in this place taking Vegetine, and alliiave ob
tained relief. - . . !
THOMAS E. MOORE,
Overseer Card Rooms Portsmouth Cas' Mills.
. Prepared by , ;;.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.1
Vegetine Is sold by all Druggists.
DR. C. MCLAN E'S
-SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.-
The countenance is pale and leaden colored,
.with occasional fliifthfts, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cneeksi the eyes become dull; the pu
plis dilate; an azure semicircle runs along the
lower eye-lid; the nose is Irritated, swells, and
sometimes bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip; oc
casional headache, with humming or throbbing of
the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very fouL particularly in the
morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a knawlng sensation of the stomach, at others
. ,. .....
entirely gone;, fleeting pains In the stomach; occa
sional nausea and vomiting; violent paths through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular, at times cos
tive; stools slimy; not unfrequently tinged with
blood; belly swollen and hard; urine turbid ; resplra
. ... . j
tlon occasionally difficult, and accompanied by
hiccough; cough sometimes dry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth; temper variable, buV generally Irritable, tc
Whenever the above symptoms are found o exist
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE .
$ 1 1- Ht itM wU eertalnly effect a cure '::,. r .
... ........... . ( j
IT P0E8 KOT. COSTAIK MKBCUBI f
in any form; It is an innocent preparation, not
capable of doing the slightest Injury to the most
tender infant. ,-
The genuine Dr. McLanx's Vermifuge bears
the signatures of C. McLamx and Fxxxuta Bros.
on the wrapper. t. - .
DR. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the ills,
that flesh Is heir to," but in affections of the liver,
and In all bilious comnlaints. dvsnnsla and nlp.lr
headache, or diseases of that character, they stand
without a' rivaL'""" r ' !
AGUE AND FEVER.
No tetter cathartic can be used preparatory to, or
after laklng Quinine. , n , i
As a simple purgative they are unequaled. 1 ;
BEWARE OF IMTTAKONS.' ;
The genuine are never sugar coated, t - - 1
E ch box has a red wax seal on the lid with the
mnression Dn. McLanx's Lrvss Pills. - . i
E .eh wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLAHS
and lilMiMS Bros. -' - - tj .:
In istupon having the genuine Dr. a McLahe's
LrVKi PILLS. Drenarert ht Flnmlnor Urn, nt l,tfc
burih. Paw the market being full of imitation of
the name, McLAH iSpeUed differently ,but same
ijuuuu'.muuM. . .,f..,,t
iH 1)U nh'U,'
'. ' ..tv mil la umiT M rfxVTIJT ft T T.V
i. Having met with such flattering success In the
i' i 'u-T- ' ' - . "J
Wholesale and Retail Crockery business, since I
opened last November,' and from the fact that I
nave received many Orders from merchants In
Korth and South CarolIna,'.Georgia and. Alabama,
I am confident that my success Is certain.
' Owing to the above. Jacts I have been compelled
to enlarge my business a hundred per cent , ...
;Vl compete with' any Northern f' Jobbing D mse "
In prices, &c, t AH my ware I buy directly fr m the
Facrorles; therefore it does not pass tnrou iec-,
ond hands, and I am enabled to sen goods as low
as they can be bought at the NOSTH. ,
5 - j
H , H
N H N .i
N KN -i
A. A :
.'-.. .'-' PORCELAIN AND GRANITE,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets we make a Specialty.
, We have much of this kind of Goods in stock at
present, and in a few days we will have
.,y; TWENTY-SEVEN VARIETIES OF
DECORATED CHAMBER TOILET. SETS. .
Dinner and Tea Sets in nearly the same propor
tion. Our Retail Shelves are complete filled with
the largest and best selection of China, Crockery
and Glassware ever brought to this country.
Much care taken In Cacking. Circulars and price
list funushed upon application.
Thanking you for past patronage, Ac, I remain.
, . Rpectfully,
r Trade St. near College, under Democrat Office,
... . . : ; Charlotte, N. C.
r Jan. 22, 1878.
TDOARD REDUCED. r
The first -da February table board at the
Charlotte; Hotel will be reduced to $15.00 per
.A. . - b'l IT 1 l UUI 1U
OR A BAD COUGH
Take Burton's Pectoral Syrup.
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
g ALICYLIC J
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
OF PABI8 ASD LEOPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Stanta. Harmtam. and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. The Highest Medical Academy of
Paris reoort 05 cures out of 100 cases within three
days. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Add which exists in tne Blood of Rheumatic
and Goutr Patients. S1.00 a box, 6 boxes for
SR OA. Sent to any address on receipt of price.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress WASHBURnE A CO..
nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 Cliff-flt.N.Y.
CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
For Standard Pure Liquors.
Carefully and accurately prepared at an hoars,
by . wilsun a bukwisll,
decl3 . . , -; 5 . Druggists.
J UIST'S GARDEN SEED
Are the most popular because the most reliable.
Bold in Charlotte, by
WILSON BUB WELL.
CASES HOSTETTER'S BITTERS,
100 barrels best Kerosene Oil,
100 ounces Quinine,
60 ounces Morphine, -400
boxes Window Glass. '.
WILSON & BUBWELL.
"TJSE BURTON'S PECTORAL SYRUP
For your cough.
WILSON & BUBWELL.
carefully prepared at
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Are the best, sold hf ,
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T3UIST'S GARDEN SEED.- -
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.A Power Printing OPress, Guernsey make, old
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replaced by a new onn.' Address J. C. BAILEY.
lor Enterprise ana Mountaineer, Greenville,
t . ... .(.II ! ,
- By virtue of the power conrerrea in. morrgage,.' '-"AjiUi5.
made by T. J. Wilkinson and Laura Hw Wilkinson :i 2 k RANGE,
to the Charlotte Building and Loan Association, I ; iv BANGK.,
will sell at public auction, a house and lot of land A. .. r-,:
fronting on the n. u. iiaiiroaa, m .square ao. oa,
beginning at a stake on the N. C. Railroad and run
ning with said road to L. A. Phil lips' corner, thence
wltn ner line lou ieet to a buiko, vueuce uanuiei
with said railroad 49Vs feet to J. B. Sbannonhouse's
line, thence, to the beginning, which Is now
claimed suDject to saia mongage oy iu. w. jueuon.
Said property to be sold at tne court noose aoor in
the city oi unanone on tne isi Monaay m jaarcn,
I87fl. for cash, the amount due the Charlotte
Building and Loan Association being $229.25,
with cost of advertising and sale. v. - ;
- - It JS. UWU.KAJNJB.-
,decl9tds .!. . - Secy snd Treas.
D. G. MAXWELL.
a 7. HAKRISON,
- Aucttoneer. .
jyAXWELL 4 HABBISOJ
AUCTION and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;
Win give strict personal
attention to all business entrusted to our care.
Four doors above Charlotte HoteL
JOIN your hands an friends of taste
QN my bar only the best is placed.
gANDwiCH, Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
JjACH man 11 receive right real, good cheer,
J LEASE step In, my hall Inspect,
JJEAR it, you'll see more than you'll expect.
TRENCH, German, Domestic Brandles,WIne,
J try each customer's taste to refine,
! gUCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good,
JONTAINS my bar, most delicious food,
TTAVING Cheese and Sausage In bin of fare,
jj., . .
JjVACH glass of Beer, or Gin win bear
gAVANT Judgment and taste most rare.
, gEE connoiseur's lips as in sips he drinks
TACH sip he takes proves what he thinks,
T IGHT off one more he calls as to his friend
X-i he winks.
I DURHAM WHISKE V"
URHAM WHISKEY. DURHAM WHISKE
LAB0RAT0BT OP STATE ASSATEB AND CHKKIST, I
Richmond. Va.. Sflntemher 7th. 1K7S.
I have carefully tested a sample of "Durham Rye
Whiskey" selected by myself from the stock of
Messrs. Ellison ft Harvey, and find it free from
adulteration. It is an excellent article of Whiskey.
and altogether suitable for use es a beverage or
medicine, isignedi w. a. xaxluk, m. i
; State Chemist
This superior OLD VIRGINIA WHISKEY, equal
to any made in this country, is now in the hands of
over 250 dealers In Virginia, North Carolina, Geor
gia, Louisiana and New York City, and not a sin
gle complaints having come to ; us from any one of
them, and many saying it is the best article they
ever handled, we feel Justified in recommending
it to all who wish to get a really pure article of
None genuine unless bearing our trade mark.
CaQ for "DURHAM" at W. R. COCHRANE'S, Cen
tral Hotel, and all other first-class houses.
ELLISON ft HARVEY,
Janl9 lm Richmond, Va.
-piINX FRENCH BRANDY,
Wines and Whiskies for medical pnrposes. can
be had ot WILSON ft bubwell.
Having purchased a nice line of Tobacco, at the
I am prepared to offer extra Inducements to buy
ers, van early. , xuvs. u. uaixujsh.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Anv nerson deslrine to nurchase a well ImDroved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
nve minutes walk oi tne public square, can oe ac
commodated by applying at
aecis mm uimuis.
FEE SIMPLE DEEDS,
MOST APPROVED FORM.
'Just Printed and For Sale at the
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Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and watt
not discarded because no longer fit for use. but on
ly because it became necessary to nse a different
style oi type. . u will do .good service lor several
years to come. It will be sold in lots to sul pur
chasers, and in fonts oi 60 to l.OOOitw, with or
.Charlotte, N. C.
pROUDE'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
12 volumes $16.00. j
UNT CHARLOTTE'S STORY
Of English, French and Creek History.
THE FAMILY i
Library of British Poetry, $6.50. '
QLENALBAN ' - J ,'v- -
And other poems by Annie V. Duffy, $1.60.
rPHE ANGEL IN THE CLOUD, . J
By E. W. Fuller, $1.60. - j ; . '
rpHE VISION OF ECHARD, . r 7 . , , ;
By J. O. WhitHer, $1.25.
EW BOOKS RECEIVED, !
1 - - ' - " At TTTITIV TTRDfl.
Knlehts' PoDUlar History of England. 8 volumes
$10.00.- , . . . .
JESUMPXION , . . i , ... .
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times, for sale by t TIDDY ft BRO. ,
pHOTOGBAPHS.' , s-"-' " t '
In consequence of the reduction in the price of
the original cost of materials, and in order to give
my patromvthe benefit of the reduction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken at my
Gallery at ,r,t 5 :. -.",:
-.'- REDUCED BATES. .
sept2 , J.H.. VAN NESS
Y ' S
Y ' S
The greatest luxury of the
age (50c per pound.) Also
remember that he keeps
the finest assortment of
Candies ever seen in Char
lotte. Ladles partic
ularly invited to can.
"HE "RISING SUN."
According to the command of Joshua of old, al
though repudiated by the "Jasper Philosophy " of
the new, is now standing stilL at the Old Place, on
Trade Street, opposite the Market House, plus
Hornet Fire Engine Hall, where the light of reason
nominates the surrounding atmosphere, which in
vests all things with the glow of inspiration, and
the world no longer seems -
"A fleeting show,
To man's Illusion given,'
Once on a time, in another Hemisphere, "Man's
ninslon" was checkmated and fanaticism stamped
out in the Holy Wars of the Cross vs. the Crescent,
(the Crusades). Two million men were killed and
a pyramid was erected from the bones from one
oaiue-neid aione, near xsieve, by Solyman, as a
monument to their fanaticism, and the Saracens
drank beer out of their skulls. Since then, fol
lowing the Reformation, in Christian conflicts (so
called,) fifty million more were slain " aO by Di
vine appointment," making probably In all,' 100,
000,000 who have victimized themselves to their
faith. Peter the Hermit had nothing to do with
the latter conflicts. He had Peter'd out some time
previous. The present Hermit who runs the
is pleased to say that he has received his -stock
since Christmas, and has now on hand FERRY'S
CELEBRATED GARDEN SEEDS (warrantea to
come up without the erutade of your neighbor's
chickens), In addition to his stock of Candles, Nuts
Raisins, Coffee, Teas, Sugar, Molasses, Flour.Lard,
Sardines, Canned Fruits, Apples and Oranges. In
fact everything kept ma Confectionery and Gro
cery. C. a HOLTON.
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MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed in my
hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
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10 Boom House, two blocks from Dubllc sauare.
$zu per monin.
5 Room House, acre of ground attached, four
blocks from public square, $10 per month.
7 Boom House, with 6 acres of land attached.
pnee 9iou per year. .
7 Boom House.
four blocks from public square,
$15 per month.
4 Room House, with good lot, price.$l,200.
4 Boom House, with good lot, price $700.
5 Room House, with acre and half of land, four
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7 to 10 Room House, near public square.
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