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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY. 1879 - n
. biAir. , ...
Thursday, Feb! 6, 1879.
urriTirtKfl attt memorials 1
" hv natnra CaldweF. cates a more uniform rate or enarges.
Vn im?rd 'Report of cowmittetfon hstitutian!.
TOimrililS4diftft' gjjif tonncrthues to n
bill to regulate the duties; of con- 5'llow8 the master to, collect dues of
stables. ' fwi-r. fiia subordinate granges and receipt for the
commissioners of Union county to levy JtSq reorganized $5, i
ffftW a pill requiring jus- SSSSSff j f ofthJ
transcnpt of all the Stote cases tried gomeryandj. A.Davis were appointed
and fees imposed by them.. , i . thiWnniirtHA - ? -
By Mr. a bi irrporate Solrecommends that in con-
the Grand.Lodge.iP Good Templars of BJl"f thA advance in the mice of
T Ll J-ln.stlln.l . J' ' I.-- - I
bills; WHiciijlAasED thkib . THIRD
suiditinnal aooroDriations for the rivers
jar. Aiciauucx w uuuv
resolution, as;it ignMeem to be an
their whole efforts to do their duty to
the State. . i . ..
and thought .itWdir.w)rio' oniya
memorial from the General- Assemwy
to our members and Senators in con-
gress, but would show thatthe people
ol the otaw tfwewiiajuig
done well, their actions were approved,
and we only asked them to continue in
their .welLdoinc. Tfo
Mr. Caw Well waa satisfied that :JWWi
Carolirta hadrceived less than ntfrnortl
r?tff?! trai rp)!4rHSisi fArMlimni hv the manufacturers. tnau
f' 1 w
MrJLettvoteaevTesoiuuow i seeded tonlection,,witht4 the.fol
ready. tota,ud m ggiyeramenii.rsil fctnpton. 1
thoughtithia resolutimr didnpt ga.fari, Treasurer D. W. C. Benbow, of Guil
enoueh: it ought',!tolncltidef greater-tr(L
measures, and as one of these he spofce
of the Southern Pacific Railroad, which
ouhgt to be builfc&3 .axiffi Jau'io m
The resolution was adopted and 1m-
mediately transmitted to the House.
S.iR91a to preyenti the carrying, o
concealed deadly weapons; provides
nnalt.v of 25 and imprisonment not to
exceed thirty days. The bill' called out
a. two hours discussion, and was par
ticipated in by Messrs.4 Byiium, Austin,
Davidson, Taylor, Knig,! Caldwell,
BryanoEDuphn, and WaddelLt i
MK'Bynum : opposed the
Attol theot-hew wha;ir64ii
thetcussion . favored, the DUjxcepe
Mr ' Waddell and Mr. Bryan, ofDplmv
whicto was., proposed exeludmgom
ine 'operauons ot r vu uui xuuuwiutf
New Hanover counties was adopted.
Mr. By nura-)vanted Mtn f amendment
excepting pocket Jkniyes, ' , (
- Mr- ICaldwelL prppoed n tbat!11the
amendment read to .'ordlnaryi i pocket?
Wherdufjon Mr. Bvnum went around
the Senate chamber and collected about
i jir j a, i,a . i i
rafir.Q on nrdinarv wrtfttRr; klxifCl 1
Mr. Bynum exhibited smaQ, rmediani
andtatgeket; kniveB,"from anin6h
and a half fa four inches long. 1 If was
said thatcamonithem werei two; or
three barlow knives at least some of
only, .yjhasi t- .lid ti, r..aifl.u:-ia-jASs "
Mr. Caldwell's amendment was voted
down, when: Mrr-gyattBftm
was aoopwxii f fl r,t rf n f f h . if rn I
The rifflrtm ftsrfal feadinff- passes;
ayes 33, noes 9, Mr,:Bynm . voting jm
the bill after his amendment excepting r
pocket knives was adopted.
S. B. 97, to prevent the sale-of liquor
threet:tonr8 ibeforeailunng.ana arter
public political, speaking, was tabled.
S. B. 840l't6 Dunish' drunkenness in
county officials; passed,itei second read-1
i7B IWOi )!. if .rt j:hitir.hJ ,i!olW5'!1 P.V;
HOUSE OF ; BEPBESrENTATl VE& 3 ol ul
..,1,;,:; Thursday, Eeb. 6, 1879. !:.
PETITIONS i .
were presented by Messrs. Richardsdn
of Columbus. J&ebane, Click. ...Osborne,
Blocker, Xutterloh. Carson, Attgler and
English..1! id i 'i' it ifl. i, fe a i i
BiUtoproWbittheTemoval of causes,
civil or erimiriaVitrblesthe ends of
m hkuii.uxirnuwki..!. I
XortBhyker idsav Jkhlrt: Resolution by BroCher. Davisadopt
Col w12 Co&n SSdSviS M-h 5t the momjy raised . last
anrtmJd thft spmnd time; J night and caah on liaTjd bfi tnmpd 0YPT
a j 4.v,K r,1jjf
sion that a tbfll has passed the- Hwise
with an adverse report of a committee.
asim ot repeati; iiouse" omr4z-nAin
Turner's boHwapt(ing 6iI--was' jkfid 1
Bill to aHow thl RalelffV.
auiD. r, . .
railroad fi YtrnA iti f fiSad M-JCh&rtatbA
raiiroaa to extena its roava ui aiioe
was made special- order;tor next w eo
TPr.j'i'-r,rr..'j 1 1-gJtor. ,.r -.ot mum
: I. wyiwi, mill mail iuicijib hthi , ,,
Thurman at Columbus, Ohio, tbakTues- 4
flay, says the senator ! expressed confi
dence in the ability of the Democrats
to crrf ptdothjs' fall, and thought a
tionttdncinuatl would be ot-imraense
aavaniagean trrrstate eampaigii. 'histc TAifey'ro
decision not to be a candidate for Gov
ernor-was, he 'feaidi' frrVJcable. He
could not accept a iotrrinatiohr'in justice
. to others who desired it; nor in justice
to himself, when his appearance on the
State ticket, if he should chance : to be
norairated, would be the signal fo Ofr
posing fdrces tfrom the &t,A which
wouldl)e strained to sepure his defeat,
thereby hoping to cripple him in any
future ambitions he might have. lie
looks back with satisfaction upon his
labors in the campaign tef last year, and
says that in the election of eleven De
savedthe Uemuer-acj in! ease the jpres
dential choicftshadlMnttN House
or Representatives, BhC "also saved the
ortranlzation of tnemHs iflf.'r:;.
' UaS LVT iT T i' Ti? wVT r r'fiw5"! 8S"f?,uu yi vuo icuo.
Senator expressed his fbelief that DOlddbr oeikjeEDfiVe aiifi iht the tfvte sWi tT
. anflAnwoa nrhAfu mn mm1k..J.J
action was what a nartv most needed to
wouio.aivays commano. respect, while
hesitancy or timidity wouldf hearly aal-
ways bring defeat with it. io The time
was nowuassed for the Democratic
party tobe regaorledas3ar)arty aL iob
jeciors. uen years ago, wnen he first
entered the Senate; there vwaalittle else
for them to do, but now it was differ
ent. The fight in the- future would be
an aggressive one, and he didn't fear
? uie result, .jha a wai a eaoia-i ' "
1 WfmauVfbeek.ini a .Uan's. Chin,
. Cincinnati Enaulrer.l .
: Olive Loffan writpa that; Rhft airl tA
General Grant while, he was recently in
England : "Ato you -gping to ' be the
"cak jriwiueni oi me uniiea states,
General2S:ijotIiam not,'' he replied.
Then afterarause. he added: "But T'm
goin g to be their most independent citi
. ati n .......
The Sixth Annual Meeting of the State Grange.
, , Raleigh Observer, 6th.
5 I February 6.
J 1 xi- . A4-l
degree at 9.30 by the master. motfi
Resolution in regard to local railroad
freights. Read and adopted. - Advo-
M" - . . .
The'ai&ussion Oh initfxesoliltio'tfwas
quite an animated and a very interest-
mg one. Messrs, xmgpen, Aveaauua,
nitAH in avinor thattha
at home with ichjemicals jyer
equal to ana mucu cueaper tiuui iuuip-
niated guanos. . l
The 0ur for.jtliQSspecprder, the
election of officers for the, ensuing two
vears. havinar arrived, the erange pro-
nff 0f the old officers be-
Master W. H. Cheek, of Warren.
Overseer D. A. Mootgomery.pf Alar
Ucturer-D. E.,ampsOT 1 Guil
ford T rWbn,u
Stfiward J. A. Harris, of Iredell.
, Assiststnt' StewartH.B:" King, of
Chaplain-Rov. Wm. Grant, of Korth-
Secretary Joseph E. Porter, of Edge-
combe '' '-r ' ' ' " 'm
Gate Keeper L. W. Reasons, Edge-
Ceres Mrs. A. M. Clieek". of Warren.
: pnmftna Mrs. .1 . E. Somers. of Guil-
f0tam 1 f?.ui rnajiiil
Flora Miss Eugenia Robinson, or ua-
t v.J jt;;'oT.i-' OfAttTT-1'M'T j'W ''.iUT."
nQ secretary stated that there would
bea vacancy on the executive commit-
tee owing, to ; Col. Cheek having been
Capt.&B.!Ale3tahder was elected to
fin his place. ' 'T
2 On motion of Bro. Dove, Charlotte
via selected as theplacefor holding
the next annual meeting.
, ' T VdJ'Xit:
The grange resumedwerk at 3 o'clock
The committee bn: credentials report-
By; that the delegate from New Hope
urange, jno. ii, was not enuueu io a
Report of -the odminitteei 6a:duca
M011 reaa Sna aaopiea.
the encouragement of education.
NIGHT SESSION. " ! ' '
fa At iyi o'clock the grange was called
to order by the assistant steward, H. E.
King,Mthe,iabsence ofthe master, and
overseer. , :., ;
ii The committee to arrange for an or
gan reported that they had conferred
ith the proprietors oi the Jfarmer ana.
Mechanic and hadbeen unable to make
any arrangementiwithi them, They al-
so, stated that milesst3ie p8ipjBr1could,be
furnished for less than iS'per annum,
it would be useless to make any ar
rangement. The report was adopted.
Dr. R. A. Stancell.ofEered a resolution
appointing W. R. King, S. R. Alexander
and AY. H. Cheefc; a committee to. make
the best arrangements' possible in re
gard to establishiig an organ,,
ThexeportofJB, Davis, late State
lecturer, was read and apptoved, He
gives his receipts from granges while
rectunng at $127.10 j expenses 70.95.
-At goelock, tiie hour for t$einetal
lation of 'omcers having arrivexi the
master proceeded" to perform that duty
in a most impressiyejmdusemn man-1
- Special committee to" confer with the
Legislature reported that they had seen
houseH,md had a very i pleasant inter-
anct ftotels were aaoDtea. i. r
to the master, so that. he may commence
j: m &A 10 leraiizere mis
-" T...-r . -,i JS. t 1,., : . ' .t .1 ' j- .
. r i t . . i ,
pA'T- Holland, liarrs, ijenpow, oampsuu,
ny of the old officer
xiwnmenxatihotilder. and is sometimes mistaken
ScawonVJ I'naBCnemicaiS tnus usea arebjxisran ue arm. The stomach is a
,i iSi? v, 1 loss of aooetite and sicknesit: th how
9r m,M'innrvtiol anA tumafiniol ttian
VyyuuuiiVM uu uvuvuwiu uau
A j Learned Pbysician AeeonuU for the Night
Blindness of iarileiHoWindYtVn at Ocra-
FZskiuMjjMt ia.o n ho i.
1 it. ' . fTurhnrft Sniit hemor 1 .
m AiWiare. agecjplw.eeB:,iafl,
vaara fl : hatta ii rrh t ..Wno, nraa anA . :1 1 a .
Tif.MnWtel& rjiKcftori hflrtf w
hit e receive'tKilcAlbvWrletterfirjnt
aj prommeotlphisicianjp Louisville;"
ny, regardmg.the oaiwtrust.some
one wUnnfbrm s whetherithB narenis
of these children, or their ancestors,
,,,VXO VI ILT&WU liUtlUU . '
1 .. AUJSYjIlLE, Jy, jan 30.18,79.
Kff.ityr TriThnTn SlfYrttntvrnri&r T coa an
A A. J f . 1 .
bali act, irom your paper in reierence 10
the blindness of some Tchildren of James
ilowarn. T navft rppti a trrear. manv
such camHenralopioriiightbliiui- WSmBn-1. : ' x Uw.
nessu, ia nnlvA avtnntonr ThftrtiapasA i I -r Pnalstnpoa having tte genuine Dr. CMcLAsx
IMffi3tly y Reming.Bres.f of -Pitt.
I i . . . ... . . ' tl - - 1 1 . . . . . j.
the- 'ofchthalmaficODey; wit
back of the five cai.bA examined,small i
$ots of black pigment areeell espe
cially ai tne penpnery oiatao:cretma.
They commence showinsr themselves
therebdy gradually traveljintowarriS
the centre of the eye, tiLin time, it leads
to total blindtiess.,tiiS6mer.rtriases never
become, entirely bjind Your will find
that by covering one eye of the child
. . p-Fr.vvMwij. .iw TTun OVlilU
iitci -marrying some
mg can oe done to
Btraieht ahead and jrauwffl finiT .r.; i hi
ZL Y. UJWPW- -egu' anyjmigiJieia-tO-; TAMES MURPHY pfK m "- Wi-'whj j
riageof Wood relatives I-havfr found f i..ivi b.-r- nuCxtCAXt TAiwkv Sn'-
-T .v vv av ui vmjf niuw vsrai tiu.wuuiu I 1 Vv V - j- .
SST jiSlU-ii-i aS?
rc.-. X J. A .
. r HEB OWN WORDS, t
Baltlmore, Md., Feb.' 13, 1877, ;,.
Mr. H. E. Stevens- , . , I , - , ,
TUK kik Klnnfl ktmtal flaJa: I have roE a sore
and verr nalnful foot. I bad some pbyslciaus, but
toey couldn't cure me. Mow I have beard ot your
VegeUne rrom a laay wno was bick ior a ioug uiiio,
,hAAamA jiJt 'wTI from Timr VfWtlne. and J
went and bought me one. bottle it Vegetine.; and,
after I had used one bottle, the pahv left me, and
It began to heal, and -then I bought one other bot-
twf 1 nasi nswi oiia uoiuo. uw uoiu icu wc ouu i .
ue, ana so 1 hulo u jek 1 hwh uw iu ui iit
edy and yourself; and wishing every sufferer may
nav attention to it - 1
it is a Diessmg ior neuau.-' i-cwil
638 West Baltimore Street
- SAFE AND SUBE.
Mr. IH. R. Stevens- :
Id 1872 your Yegetlne. was recommended to me,
aim!; voiding? to the Dersuasions 01 a mena.
I consented to try hV At the time, Jr wa suffering
from general deoiuty ana- nervous prusuauuu.
supennaueea -oj overworn, aua irregiuitr wuwa.
its vmutarfnl Htranelhenlnir and curative proper-
ttAadiAAmAri t nffAftt mv dflhilitated system from
thA firstt tkMAr jmd under Ita Derstetenti use I raDld-
Tlr recovered, gaining more than usual health and
flood feeling,., ince then I. have not hesitated to ;
rtHv VAowHnA mr most nnaualined indorsement; '
as being a safe, sun and powerful agent lit promot-
heaittt ana restoring ue wasiea aysttam w new
aiui muoin. Vesetine Is the onlv medicine I
use: and as long as 1 live 1 never expect w mas
better. Yours truly, w. u. , ulaka,
i -inn: 120 Monterey Street, Alleghanr, Penn.
i .,kt?ft'iinq 'fM 19-; trfiTMl lOl 1
mntnMOi'i. .. .u..; .RiKHTOHa 'T.i
I'TB" BEST SPRING MKBdOINEi1 ' w .L'o
MrH. B. Stevens t '
Dear Sir This Is to certify that T "nave usea
your "Blood Preparation in my family for several'
mm. and think that for Scrofula Or Cankerous
itumora or uneumauc anecuons u csuun uo
celled; and as a Mood purifier and spring medicine
it Is the best thing I have ever used, and I have
used almost everything, I can cheerfully recom
mend it to any one In need of such a medicine.
!' ;! ';lRusseIlBteeel.
WHAT BjNEEDED, .
Boston, Feb. 13, 1871.
H. B. Stevens, Esq.: .AKZT LiiCaaz
Dear Sir About one year since I found myself
In a feeble condiOdri from general debility,; oTege
Une was strongly recommended to me by a friend
who had been much benefited bylte'ttse. I pro
cured the article, and, after using several bottles.
was restored to neaup, ana ai3conunuea iia use, x
feel quite confident that there is no nedlcine so
perior to It for those comptatntB for which it is es-
iuiHsHt muMiiiil ttrtd wntrid- rtwAfti firtlv nwim -
rrAnd it Li thmft wha i ml that ' the v need'somet
thing to restore them to perfect health. -Jci,o-, ...
. BspectfuUy yours, rf-j - u a
i U-i L L.'PETTINGILt4i- v
i Flm)faM. PetttngillCo.,
: ! k - No. 10 State street, Boston' ,
j itr. "! M - i .jlrfji itirfr H. iri;
I x;u :.:;! IX '.) ,-V i:.:. f-.'i -.j .
i .i'jJsiiji i U i .:: '.( s
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1 .s. VEOETINE..-i:.;i- '::".;::.; ,
j " 'l', 8ou(h Berwick Me., Jan. 17, 1872. .
H. B. Stevens, Esa.:-1 i ': i
Dear Sir I have had. dyspepsia in lis worst form
for the last ten years, and nave taken- hundreds of
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining any
relief. In September last I commenced taking the
Yegetlne, since which ttnwf my--health has steadily
improved. -artooa mgestsTreu, ana l nave gain
ed fifteen oounds of flesh. There are' seveTaTotb-
ers ta this place taking Vegetine, and an have ob-1
tameareuec " ,: " ,., .
,- Yours trulyj ; .a :ma. .
THOMAS E. MOOSE, rt
Overseer Card Rooms Portsmouth Co-ar Mills.
STEVENS, BOSTON. MASS."' 1
', Yegetlne Is sold by all DrugsJstaiT" '
YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC
, 8! ;
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C . H e LANK '8--
V EEK RRR
V R R R
Y, KB j RRR,
T R R R
ppp n L
p P it x
ppp n E
r li u li Q a
p 11 LLLL LUX B8S8 S
FOR THX COBB OF
M '? '.'. '. . !:ss:i,
HEPATITIS, OR LIVER COMPLAINT,
.1. t '. :!.' .mdOiiiiv
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DYSPEPSIA AND .SICK , HEADACHE.
I aldo annwtlWuM thA nsfn ta fo imrfn.th. .kmUm
affected with :
i K8 01 SPPeOte ACQ SlCkneSS: the? bOWBlS fU BSnflT.
1 kM ,.1. ,
aiiare eostivey sometimes altemattve wtth lax; the
,head is troubled , witte pate, aoeompanted with a
01 mo vuminv niWUlUWiWiaaiWOT nUU UU.. UK
jumi, skwvt seiiBBMon in DacK pan...Tnerei
Werally a considerable loss of memory, acoom-
panied with- a namful sensation Af - bavtntf Wft nm
done something wblek, ught : to have been dene,
A slight drx cough is snmetlmea an attendant. The -
patient complains, el weariness and aeblllty: he Is
easily. starUetL Jils feet are eold or bumlnir. and he
complains of a prickly sensation of the skin ; hi
n aisirusts every
symptoms attend the disease, fbntJjcases have oc-
oeen extensively deranged.
Pais, Incases of Ague and
Jppsiimppy resuijs.., o Detter catharticcan ibe
flOAlI.'TirAnArotinrV.tn nr ufv totrlno Itntninir u.nrn: It
would advise all who are afflicted with this disease
vogive mem a rair trial. , w -vtv -m t
or aU bUlous deranjrements. and as a simnie
i :; ,
, . .
I ThAovrmina ura nava arrrraVMaT-A "
I .-.IrvaTV Kav Kna n ih1 v W, MM aaASV 41-
1 tJ:JauZ, rVrVV JiTSir.v1Ui WiU1
i S2.M?ffi'5yi5L J5- : .. .
I Rlenattirftiry M-t.ik and iTmna Dim nn
ifieming.Brw.f of Pitts-
jwug, rii, uie msnei oeing run oi 1 imitations oi
lr tbeiame McLANE.. . esaUed dlSerentlv . bat . same
rhmnnnnlaHnn . . . .. . . ' '' ... .
ftt v ioT OK 'ill
. - ! - . , . :tijhr lJiiHKj-l
liWi l(aT..t...-.' F.i.rt 4...t ......... ....... - l
-T rieju, uwr w w uson a uurweu's arug store-T-i
SiA'j'iKi ,i iilif .'Jia i,"Jil' St J,
tdeciS .t'fJt.i -uu .d i7.i. t . it tituB iif f..y j:
iljj .... ,J tf
- lum YVU1K.
Mviivl spirits are low; and although he is satisfied that ex-
cr T erclse would be tw.npflela.1 tn him pt h ran moiw.
ly summon up fortitude enough to toy it In fact-"
case orj-niffnt r n aisxrusw every remeay. several ozthe above
erj cneap.. wui. jnaka Jtae suits for' TTK-xf) TV I n ?sj.i-uh -t'.wimar w T?i:r.;';n
years pack.; Oth- SlOtlJasslmere suits for S8. Pants ef suits same XI vronoiif ti.t f .-is
stop the aisease.'..- Sff!1 "V wait mo fit, no charge, I t 1-V PURE. GOOD AND CHEAP. : '
-July 17. . j j WILSON ft BUR WELL, Agents,
am " V ' I'M
If J i ii fJ-"ir'-' - - '-f i-i if Vn Vf- yi-jiT 'i f" " 1 j'
rpo MERCHANTS r ili.'.ui i 'iv' i;
AKT TITS PtTELIC I If.'' -J- i
Having jmet wUb-tsooli flattering! Success la the;
L. ia a wnYK. '-m a-r that t I
opened: last November, and from the jfact tnat.l
iecelvea many r orders; ftorewhantS fa
Korth'aadSOH.irn1lna,;Georgla and iAJabama,
1 '!! i 'il ' " rt" ) "f rfr; T !j 5 ( v''.'
1 ami coiiftfent'pat my success J3 certain.',
AJ 4'iVkA. .KaM. 4nna t hnwi itun MnmriAlTort"
. . . w c... .
ewar,mjtpuaneM unareg per ceuvf
IoompeteTTlthanyNoraiern "Jobbing H Be"
iiT.(f t u rf 'j-4t jf
m prlcesj pes. f .AH jpy, ware I buy 41recto frr, tte.
ractorfesf therefore It does not pasathroa 7 seot
as they can be bought at the N0BTH. n ; ,';- ri - '
t -j "iJuiinn rU!t-'U '-") Off JH'J.isyr-
; fas ij id n .-jo-e-i ji .it.' m ?:,hio.ll
J'2 asttvrjiww') Minia
nn ii a a a r r. a
tXXJ 1 It.-:. U W. BJSI -lAAff "fi
JfiWixt Slji, f( i,f j J-1 t V
IlBOBCBLilNiJJII) GBANITE, UV i
Dinner, Tea and ,Tolfet Sets we make a'8peatyvl
We have mucb of this kind of Goods In stock at
present, and taiew days wewttt jtove f . , : v ,
A(j ii, ,-,-( '!( Vrt')7
V'3!WES1TSEYEN, VABXJSTIES ;OH Jol;.-)
Dinner and Tea'ttte iff nferlj !& an4 30
Hon. Our Retail Shelves are cow plete filled with
Hl( . S'Vl .. liLAiJii.'I'.l'l . ' '
the largest and oest selection qi ubm, vcKei7
a4 Glassware ever brought to this country.
fpMueheaie taken In psilng.CJiculaM and price
ICn -TSr' A. f.f;?:,'?:' ir"'
, Trade St. near Collegeunder Democrat Office, .
J t -. Charlotte. N.a
Jan. 22, 1878. .yTTf.v
OpLENDIDjHOLIDAY ATTBACTJONSI V r-.-Jy.
xmi ; comDinaaon qi uw euieruuiuiiK, hi
and the Deauurux, witn nne an tHigwuit
and nil nlnbTrnti In naeh number. Price 25 cent
post Tree.''- Yearly $3,-wtth an tonequalled premi-1
urn, two spienawi'ou pwinres, hock k &m sou
the Lion's Bride, 15x24 Inebearmounted; on caa-
ma- tranannrtniinn RH cents extra. Send DOStat
cam ior run paracuiars,r Aaoreas w, jwiujuo j
DEMOREST17 East 14th street, N, Yv Do aot j
iau mj see me 8i)ieumu.euuj ? t,, .
ufehf.ArrdiiwiAHg';..,'! ,.;;- t m
Tl Yfwr WISH to en pace in an honest, feenteel
XI tastness, and make plenty of -money taurine
the Bolldays, send your aoaress w-. r .j-r
V) 1CU4W4I .:'..'.Bl4W4,M.(iVJ.,i
A 'PASES GUNYADXANOS
Mineral Water; 10 baskets (50 lugs eacaiApoV
llnarls, Just received.
-) . "i '. . "ii'M
WILSON ft' BU&WELL.
HAYS : i.'
Just received a fresh suppb;.oI.supeitor Tea.
rstl 'ij.: . t.t s 1 WTTJiniW Jk ttrmWRT ,Tl(
Y3 VIST'S GARDEN SEED.
A iara snprjly of these
1; -'.'it '. '
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE
L A Power Printmar OPmsa. Qaernser make, old
I style, size of bed 26x4a Inches. Was in use until
, inM.iVnfaMUa ' an Vmnfariiuu: - OHMonvlllAi
4 JHMNfUIIW W Vllll IIW -v,
JJ, H E U M A T I 8 M
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
t!l C Y L I C &
? - SUBS ' CURE.' i "
-WHi y, ritititi;j i .aTiM-an-.U )
Manufacttired only under the above. Trade-Mark
; ;. , J by the i!!''i ;
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.; '
' -; ' f ot pABiSAjro lupqo. '
. " . -!vra t-.
Immediate relief wananted. Permanent cure
Kuaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
pnysicaans ox jcurope ana America, ; DecommK a.i
Dtapie, uarmiess, ana neuauie nemeay on duu
eonttnents. The Highest 'Medlou Academy of
Paris report 95 eures out of 100 eases within three
aays. becret rne omy aissoiver 01 ue poisonous
, pric Add which exists in; toe ; Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients. $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for
8500. Sent to anv address on receipt of price.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress- 'jv . WASUBUHMS a7ij,.
(i novii uuy importers: m'ym,r,Av
'- 8. S. PEGRAMlias withdrawn' from the firm' of '
FEuBAM ft CO. All persons who. owe the jate
firm, prior to February 1st, 1879, must call and
aM-.Ia arlth Pmun M fin. . .1 . . ... . 1 '
1 Wa ttHll MnMtma ihA nnnf and CThna HnathAba
. .1 . l 1 . . T nl .
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PEGBAM ft COr
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M ?omt and DemoCTat W-
1... JCimUUT Z. IX M, ir,i
-VTrvrff-K n TTOsnTrrrmw
h MwE DISSOLUTION,
I x .
ii The copartnership heretoforee:
lrm name of LINEBERGEB, TOBBENCE ft-COw
taeimanuiacture. ol conon, iu uaswn wuav,
N. CJ. la this dav dissolved bi mutual consent ,;;
j Ot-wSS- .... ... J. M. UHJSBJUtttJtfcVtv.
: ...j;!t. . . J..N. TOBBKNCE. . . . .a
Febiuary 1st, 1879. - i9T
The unaersignea naving ooogni me enure inter
est, good will, ftc, In the business lately conducted
b? lAnebentet. Torrence ft Co.. do hereby apoomt
J. N. Torrance our duly authorized .agent to carry
son the ousiness or manuiacturing in our name.!4i
J M LINBEBGER,
j; Feb. 7 d3tw3t
' ' "
CHANGE OF BUSINESS.
1 ( ' . -a ' t- ' 77. 1 nnwT "n; .
1 are now. oally1 recelvtog- good1 supply 'of
I r ,.r.i
&t our old stand on College street, we will be pleased
r. f . . ' ..V rt maa v. r n h ,Ml n . .. '."..... ,v..r. - ;.w
1 w bot VUI uiau UlOllUO. ' .1
I -; y , P LONG ft BR0THEtt.'"J,"'':s "
'friss6LuTioN- o oo-pahtnebshtp. '
XJ -i..3TX-:r. . , -km A
i iThe nartnershln heretoforft existing under thr
style of R. Chambers ft Ca. Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent R Chambers assuming all the
liabilities and collecting all debts due the late firm!
tn Charlotte and will continue at the old stands...
: vi, a .; i RoT CHAMBERS. .
, .uwo m vo.JB R STEAGALL.' i
; In withdrawing from the above flrtn I take7 this
method of thanking -my many friends and the gen
eral public for their past favors and trust they will
extend a continuance of their patronage to my suc
cessor. K. k ktkkjat.t.
tk febB !rB nt ilf 07. YH i t h.i j- a t
1 i. 1 " ' 1 -' - i -'i - if hi t .
popnlar seed.' lust
ILSON ft BCB
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Ruction - atm
Tfv vlrtiiA nf t.bA ivwpr mnfArnul In. mnriornom
made by T. J. Wilkinson and Laura H. Wilkinson
to the Charlotte Building and - Loan Association, I
will sell at public auction, a . house and lot ot land
UVUIUI UU UV A... AfrOUUVUU, Ml OfWUV ilUi uo, i V
oegmiun as s Biase on vne u. Kaiixoaa ana run-'
r corner, uienco hr.
with her line 180 feet to a stake, tl
,th -M niuTnIuiAnu,tftuxj r r
with said railroad 49 feet to-J. B. Shannoahouse's
Bne, thence to the beginning, which is now
claimed subject to said mortgage -by .' W. Mellon.
Said property ta be Bold at um court house door 1b
tne city 01 unarione on tne isi Monday in xaaren,
1879,'for aslu 4he-Amount due the Charlotte
Buildings and loan Association,., being $229.25,
with cost of advertising and sale. vi ""ilL- " I '
; -decl9 Ws
1 VlltJ! t9i'VVUfc,: jti
..' fri i f, (,yLliij ,j Jj r in,. jii io' ll
1, O. KAXWXLW
; . , , 0, P. BLiKRISON,
' ' " Auctioneer.
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I AUCTION and COMMXSStOlT MEBCHANTSi :
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of :
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;-
' ill M I'jVI"f . ' " 1 '(! "' ij. '
I iiiiflV'H 't.t .fir;! 7 Jil.l ii7 ftilM.!-;. sii!? il-
Will eive strict Dersonal T - l:r:
lift Tj-iflflT. T.J'V.I '... i '
attention to all business entrusted to our care.,
. i Alii Itlitt- 4 ?'i. W i . I '
' j liFdur6AovaaTlottHoteL'
P E R I A L
3llP E B!I A X
-. I - : .i3ifiiHII
ON;mybaionryme rjes5ispiacea. - .
Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
iJjVajCH man ti reeewe right real, good eneer.
(LEASE step In, my hall inspect,
EAR It, you'll see more than you'll expect
r ijRENCH, German, Domestic Brandles,Wlne,
I try each customer's taste to refine,
t gUCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good, .
' QONTATNS my bar, most delicious food,. -'
' j JJAVLNG Cheese and Sausage tn bill of fare,
JVACH glass of Beer, or Gin will bear '
SAVANT lodgment and taste most rare.s1
. ..... ,V' . .. ....... .
I gEE cwwiseur'i Bps as in alps he drinks
:f ACT sip he takes proves what he Uiinks.
RIGHT off One more he calls as to Ills friend
DURHAM WHISKEY. 1 DURHAM WHISKEXT
UBHAM WHISKEY. DURHAM WHISKE 1
. Labobatobt of Statb Asbateb and Chmist, I
Richmond. V&.. Serjtember 7th. 1878.
I have carefully tested a sample of "Durham Rye
; Whiskey" selected by myself from the stock of
i Messrs.' Ellison A Harvey, and find it free from
adulteration.- it is an excellent article oi wmsxey,
and altogether suitable for use as a beverage or
medicine. tSlgned W.H. TAYLOR, M.D.,
This superior OLD VIRGINIA WHISKEY, equal
to any made in this country, is now tn 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 m recommending
It to all' who wish to get a really pore article of
None genuine unless bearing our trade mark.
Call for "DURHAM",, at W. B. COCHBANE'S, Cen
tral HoteL and all other nrsirclass nooses, r '
ELLISON ft HARVEY,
; Janl9 lm
JLNS FRENCH BRANDY,. ,
Wines and Whiskies for medical purposes, can
behadofi. i WILSON ft BUB WELL,
T LOCXADB TOBACCO, ; '
Having purcnasea a nice line or, xopacco, at tne ;
0 I am prepared to offer extra' inducements to buy
ers.' uuieariy. -.i THUS. UA1 1'lLKK.
,neT7n .v.,.) U. ..u : . ; .cm; h,::'..
CITY PROPERTY FOB
Any person desiring to purchase a well
vuy loi, nouse wim nme rooms, ana m
venleneesy fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the public square, can be ac-
1000 FKE smFLE dkeds
' H'itlt) 'WliU r'i"-r ' !'!.!;'.
, , , MQST APPROVED FORM. . i , . ;
! i J:-ij '.mU y.tl IIi-m ' it iH .'-.
'jrjiORSALE. "' ' ' ' : ' ; " ' ' '
The BoTrrgeoIse and Minion type orr Which this
paper was latea pnnteo, it was maaet by the old
Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and wa
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but On
ly because it became necessary to -use a different
style of type.! It will d good service . for several
years to come It will be sold In Jots tosui pur
-enasers, anu , m xents or ; 60 to l.oooros, with or ,
without cases.' Address ' 1 rt . OBSERVER,-'
pets " Charlotte, N.Cii.
I iiiu'ii -m! - i jf-fi) V'Ji ii'iii0to:.)
X'tflfK. 'Xj 74:1) "i'Ulju tuD IXOi julo&li
Xn ebnseorsJnrjS ot the'rAdniHlon triri nrfAA
theerlglnAlcokbfmateriali and m erdr togrre
my patrons the benefit of the Wucfioh from and
Ganeryat :-, ,;,";f .,,h !!ftb.,h i' '
"Pyft.D ,H .(,lifu ?i T1! NESS
F0B-A FIRST CLASS-j, ; ; ,
.oMMlM n .J CIMAfMH .A''..i.-'.
oiuuu iuu auu in a ouuur, m . ,rr
' 'iJVV: V .'; LeROY DAYIDSON'S.'''
' - -
: mjifcTA J..jmiJ' KIiJ'.Mm a.'-
uaviuis niiivnuiii9ViiK Ml uie iim DOvr-OVer '
tne xraaerr aooaaiuaaic csn be Ound there
all hours durme the dav. and at his reaidAnrat
met Seventh and College streets, at night ' -
feb7 tsm ' - a. j.. r , i n'-j,:
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TJSK HE-NO TL,Toij-..
' HE-NO Is Tea to Its natural -condition,- such i
uio vjiiuieae uiemstuyes anus, ana ior the follow-
tag good reasons is soldonly to original itod
in ... ... . 1.1 1 ... . bun IH.
in K gooa reasons is soi
i-ir-.u . . .r . ,i
It is the most convenient and economical style of
package., ,..,.,, . sl
it is weighed and packed where It can be doi
cheapest and best - ,.-...-,.
. it can be easily identified by the consumer. ! t
' ' v flblbllH AUUlWlOUVU HI AIUCIHXI - .t . .
We are the agents for HE-NO Tea: rnthls"'cltyJb1Jd Patterns of Garments for February received
factory we will cheertullv take it harfr and rAfnnd
themoney..'. L. B. WRISTON 4 CO.,
woo, i Charlotte, N, a
. 1 1 . n."mnii tuj- r
rrr: r una n.ius ' .. z r jai
P F ITS ai R K-fP. ' ji.Ti Y,fif
PPPi ;jES p,r, I.RR FlRR
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5' V.'EKB B - &
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; kill'" i'u3 1' t3-..s: ;: jHs.'; ,!';:
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1 O O K N NIT T
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; The attention of smokers is call-: .
:ed to this new brand of Cigars, lust:
ISuf PEER Y'SSff
: bines Luxurr and Economy 'than
:any ever sold. . If you want Candies. :
: Fruits or anrthhur in thA rvwifp--
:tknery line, remember that .Perry:
' ' DAtla anW tha Km -
rpHE "RISING SUN .1
According to the command of Joshua of old, ai
though repudiated by the f Jasper Philosophy of
the new; is now standing still, at the Old Place, on
Trade Stoet, opposite , the Market House, plus
Hornet Fire Engine Hall where the light of reason
lluminfites the surrounding atmosphere, which in-
rests all things with the glow of lnsplratleii, and
the world no longer seems
" A fleeting show,
, To man's illusion given,'
.'it; ; t) ' ' '' : ,
Once on a time, in another Hemisphere, "Man's
Illusion" was checkmated and fanaticism Btamped
. ... , , . ,
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
battle-field alohe near Nieve,by Solyman as a
monument to their fanaticism, and, the Saraeens
drank beer out of their Bkulls. Since then,fol
lowing the Reformation, in Christian conflicts (so
called,) fifty-mniioh mete were ilamMoB 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 Peterd out some ttme
previous. r The present Hermit who runs the
-i'' '.i w "RISING SUN" ;
Is pleased! to say' that he' has received, his stock
since Christmas, and has now on hand FERRY'S;
CELEBRATED GARDEN SEEDS (warranted to
earn wp without the nwadc of your neighbor's
chickens), ta addition to his stock of Candies, Nuts.
Raisins, Coffee, Teas, Sugar, Molasses, Flour.Lard,
Sardines, Canned fruits, Apples and Oranges. In
fact everything kept ta a Confectionery and' Gro
cery. & a HOLTON.
Democrat and Home copy. ; ;
EAL ESTATE, "
MINING AND.IMJCGRATION AQENCY,
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed in my '
-! , hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON, v,
. . Charlotte, N-'Cyj
FOB REN JL
10 Boom House, two blocks from public souare,
S2Q per month. . . : , . . :
5 Room House,' acre 'of grounol attaehedVloor
blocks from public sQuare, fit) per month.
7 Bwm House, with 6 acres f land attached,
priceJlWpyear;".;iir ;j : l( ,;t ....
11 7BnomHoose;f!otrf.block8Lm public Sffuare,
tlSpermphth. . ; : --.,.f : j
. ; f:i'.;'J vifmib 'M -. f : :;..-;;;.
, J Jr.J .'.: j:,r. FOR1 SALE,1! j- -
i ':"'''! -'J -i-i!i; her : y u f 'u't'i.r' ?
; 4 Boom House, wih good lot, ptice.fl00. j
r 4 Boom House, with lotl tinea 7v i
IfiflfTt IK niH Hi -tiMUWlx HlU J.K';,; Is',.
t 6 Boom House, with acre and half of land, four
blocks from public square, price $3,000. .
2 7 tolOBeomHoo8e,neaipablU3sgiare..: .
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ICallat J-m ex-
DAWSON 0Qf 8, uj
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BUTTERICK'S ,i r" ' , 'i ,."7
I i j .METROPOLITAN TASHIONiHEETS,,
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