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Ch: ChorlotU QJwrrctr,
THURSDAY, FEBBXJAtl jtg.,
1 Bill lo Compromise, Commuie.feglSj. &f
, - State Debt, ? . .
Carolina do enact. That when any per
son or persons, holding and owning any
bond or bonds of the State of STorth
act oi Assem
fore the 20th
sembly, passed at its session in 1885, it
being chapter three ot laws Jot 1865; or
inpursuance of an actpassed brtnd
General AssemDiy at its session iu ioo.
it being chapter Afty-suL of .fhetewsof
1867 rwr to pursuance trf an -ordiiianted
of the convention of 1808, it being.chap
ter nineteen, these being bonds issued
for the Chatham Railroad ompanyr or
in pursuance of an ordinance ox the
same convention, chapter twenty, these
being bonds issued to the Williamston
anoVTarbpBOiRaUroad company ; or in
pursuanwrkaAcV -eabflea ?mpg to
Srovide f or Xne payment of ? the State
ebt contracted before the war," ratified
on the tenth 4ay of March, 1866 ; or in
purullKan act, entjUed "an act to
provide for funding' the" matured inter
est on the pnbli&deptLratifted the tenth
day of AugustfjAylfbr anv regis
tered certifltfate dcferWcies belonging
to the board of eucatjojwswedmp
ance of an act of the General AssemmyoX
1867, shall surrender and deliver such
bond or bpfjdsitfcthecwpws attached
thereto, or registered certificate or cer
tificates to the treasurer of the State,
he here ny r&ii iiiredvta issue .ana de
liver td the persoh surrerideriiig such
bona or Donas, certincace or cerancaies,
a new bond or bonds of the State Jlue
and riavfole thhtV Vear ft&Ha thd'first
day of July, A. D. 1880, bearing interest
at the rate of four per cent, per annum.
and are to be tuimberedtroni 'one p
wftnl in araviMinM xBir.n l.nA nrnpr nT
issue. They shall be signed by the Gov
ernor ana treasurer, ma seaiea' wiin tne
irreat seal of the State ; but the coupons
thereon may be signed by the -treasurer
alone, or nave a tetMi or ius signet
ture printed, engraved or lithographed
Sec. 3. The said bonds shall be ex
empt from all StaterT county or corpor
ate taxation or assessment direct or in
direct, general or special, whether im
posed for the purposes of j?eneral reve
nue or otherwise, . . The .-saia ;cwpons
Shall be receivable- in,payaentof anj
and all State taxes, and Aef eaineehal
be exjjressed-OJi. the .face of: eachi eon
port; the coupons shall jbear'the e
number as the bonds ltd whicfl theV are
attached, and JUj additapn be numbered
from one upwards, in accordance with
the date of their roalurityoa i u
Sec. 4. These bonds,shall be exchang
ed for the old bonds'' of the State, "men
tioned in the first section of : this act, at
the following rates: .
Class L-For the bonds issuea 'teforef
the twentieth day rtifMay? l861forfy
per cent of the principal of the. boid,
or bonds so surrendereo. ,0i no&Ju'yiL
Class LL For; the bond jisoed femce
the close of the war by authority pt acts
passed before the war to aid in the con
8tructioaof the Western ; North 1 Caro
lina Railroad, and, the bonds . issued in
pursuance 9! the said act of tbe;Assem
bly 011865. chapter threeL . and act .iof -
Assembly 1867, chapter fifty-six,' and
tuu tuuu iyuaiusui ruuirui4 minus is
sued ilx pursuancetfj afi ordinance Kf
the' coriv6ntro&.of J868 chapter nine
teen, and the said. Williamston i& Tan
boro Railroad bonds issued in pursu
ance of an ordinance of the convention
1868, the bonds issued October first, 1861,
by authority of act of 1800, and 1861,
chapter 137, for the, Western (Coalfield)
Railroad, the bonds issued October first.
1861, by authority of act ? of ; 1854-55,
chapter 228 section 35, and resolution
September 12th, 1861, and the said regis
tered certificates, of the .literary fund,
25 per cent, of the principal of the bond
or certificates so surrendered.1 ; ! 'M v '
Class ULL For the bonds issued July
1, 1862, by authority of act at 1860-'6ir
chapter 143; for the constnietidn of the?
Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford
Railroad, and those issued in pursuance
of the said funding acts of March 10th,
1866, and August 20th, 1868, 15 per cent
of the principal of the bond or bonds so
surrendered. 01: ctv jrmri
Sec. 5. The bonds so to be issued shall
be in the usual fontes&f2 bonds of this
State, except as modified-and provided
by this act, and shall have .printed on
the face of the same the5 widrds,' "issued"
in pursuance of act entitled an act to
compromise, commute and settle" the)
State-debt,"' ratified the day of
-r-Auj87y, ana in large . .reaietr
ters,--The t consolidated debt of the
State." ,".n -m-tv.
Ssa 6. That all State taxes levied and
collected from prof essions, trades, in
comes, merchants, dealers : in ' cigars, or
three-fourtha of, all the taxes collected
from wholesale and retail dealers in
spirituous vinous, and. . malt- liquors,
shall be held and applied to the payment
of the interest OT;;;said,Vbbridaiid the-.
ed and taken to be a material-part -of a
me consideration ior: wnicrj tae 1 ponns
of tbe State 8hanwyibiu!(i
SEC7. That if the whole fund raisprt
by such taxes shall snot In ''any -one yeaS
be required to pay such accrumginteri
est, then w$MH$fcW
duty of the xreasorer. :witJi.tha &n.tinrl
of the Governor and the auditor; to buy i
ed bonds as he can buy at the lowest
price after thirty davs advertisement in
at least two . papers, published , in RaU
eigh; and be shall forthwith.' cancel any
8BW8.iThatth treasurer shall prtP
Yiue a suustaniiai pound DooK lor the
purpose, in which her shall, make a I cor
rect descriptive list of the bonds so; sur-
renaerea, which list shall embrace the
number, date and amount of each, and
rae purpose ror wmcn the same was is
sued, wnen this can be ascertained, and
the name of jthei persoii hrpendernig
mio same, iuiu aiter sucn use snail be
made, such surrendered bonds being as
certained to be present shall h nnn.
sumed by i fire in the presence of the
Governor, the.i treasurer' i-tha
fie Attorney General, the Secretary ni
State and superintendent of -.public in
tj". BhVirarh rarfrfy nndot'
his hand respectively in suchjbtook that
ne saw sucJjraactteallfcnjiM gdconsum-
n 1 ana aescroyea-
videa well bound bookin which shall'j
thAiPu.t tit the General A3-
riptivelistf the Hew; bonds to be is j 2j5. - Urtot rf iWairdiaftBhlp? including
watsidescrtpfcive list halten..l taking bond and justification of sur
bracetoete, number and amount pf tieSi.feventy-fivecents.ff ?r 5t i' f
fnl ?E bonds' which the saM1; 1 24. Apprenticing infant, including
'M.m HlAt Nhtyvet
rrs-i " tr.t'SffrT ca"'.,
i- ilJ,lu uio Dijie, to
uj ihmb u!jvit xrympu iia -
uie exenange ana issue pi oonds .shall
jaJ?u?ryJ4:.1':1882- . t i .
Deo. 12. 'inat as further provision
lor t Purpose of ' paving the interest.
twAi,u rV' a? i v. Y7rr
(or v on, year S TmSttFS
taxation hejeiaceforeiaeiiuoa, snau
lelnsatacieat topay said interest, then
ana in mat; caserne puuue utbhsuaci
shall be authorized to apply any funds
a the treasury not otherwise appropri
ated to that purpose. - . -
faxes collected in any one year, upon
She aforesaid subjects of taxation, .and
thef tmds1 tiat'Otnerwise appropnareu
In the treasury when added atogeHier
phau be inadequate to pay saiu inwsreao,
then in that case, and in order to pro-
date of the first day of October or April
pi tne year oi me issue, aucuruxug
the1 one or the Other bf said dates .shall
jibe nearest in point of time to the date
0f the issue. Said bonds shall be paya-
fcaef drty years met tiate, dttc Teaeema
ble after ten years, at the option of the
State, with interest at the rate of six
er cent, per annum, payawe semi-au-uyWttiS'
-first days of April and
Pctober. Said bonds shall bear upon
their face in xed letters, the words,
contingent bond," and shall be num
bered from one upwards in accordance
with order of their issue. They shall
be signed by the governor anaxreasurer
and foaled;! wjtb.itbQ. great jeal of the
State ; but the coupons thereon may be
Bigned by the treasurer aione, or ,nayt
k fan fmilj. nf hi gigmatrirft rfltoffid
from all State. coTmtvwcorporatetax
ation or assessment direM or-toieCt
general or special, whether imposed tor
purposes or general revenue or otner
Wise, and theyiBhalU be lawful invest
ments bv all executors, administrators,
guardians, and fiduciaries generally. The
coupons cmisaid bonds' efaaltobear the
same number as the bonds to which
thev are attached, and shall in addition
be numbered from one upwards in ac
cordance with tbdatekw their thatftl
ritv. and thev shall be. and shall so ex
press upon their face, that they are re-
ceivaDie at ana aiier maturity xa pay-
dues to the State, of every nature and
I Sec. 14. That the pubMc,lreasurer
shaU be authorized to sell so many f
Said bonds at par as shall be necessary
to provide for the deficiencies aforesaid :
yDided hoeyer, That the public
treasurer snail not issue and sell in the
aczregate more than six hundred of
these bonds. .
t Sec. 15. That all the provisions of this
act for pavinsr the interest on the con
solidated bonds Shalt " apply as well to
the payment of the interest on these
-1 A. 1 J-
I Sec. 16. That for the purpose of car
rying out the provisions 01 this act in
relation to the furnishing of proper'
blank bonds and coupons, the public
treasurer! is iraut homed with the ap
proval of the troyernor, to use any funds
not otherwise appropriated in the treas
ury, not exceeding the sum of fiYQthWj
I Sec. 17. That the public treasurer is
authorized to give public notice of this
Plan for a settlement of the State's in
debtedness by advertising in such news
papers as ne mav select-.
Sec. 18. This "act shall be in
from and aftetf its ratification.
A Bill to be Entitled an Act ta B emulate Fees
! of the Clerk of tM Supreme Cniirf, Clerks of
: Superior Court, Sher-, and other Specified
i Officers ia 8peeifld Cae. - a
h Section 1. The General Assembly of
North Carolina do enact, That the clerk
of the Supreme Court shall receive -an
annual salary of two thousand dollars'
to be paid quarterly. He shall account
to the treasurer of the State quarterly
for all fees received by him as prescrib
ed;; by law l and , pay the, samelnlo the
-treasury of th:SimV.;i, 'n r in ?
Section 2. Superior Court clerks shall
receive the following fees :
l. For every original writ of sum
mons or other original leading process,
seventy-five cents ; for every duplicate
thereof, twenty cents.
2. Kecordmg a return- off a sheriff or
other ministerial officer, ten cents.
3. Receiviftir.''filim and notinar on
the docket any pleadmg or demurrer."
and delivering copies filed to the parj
ties to whom addressed, ten cents.
4. Entering order, enlarging time
for pleading, twenty cents.
; 5. Entering judgment lancL verdict,
? 6. J udgment bnr any question auth
orized to be decided by him if there be
an appeal to the judge, including state
ment of the case oil the appeal from hi$;
decisioito the judge,, and acknowledge
iUg receipt of decision of the judge and
notifying each attorney thereofy seven-
ty-nve cents. . ...
, 7. Transcript of record' foi a1' iudsre
on issue of the law joined xmtbe plead-
j i ij . i
iug ituu HCK.uuwieugiug receipt'ioi, ae-
ciswu of the- judge,-aud notifying eacTn
jurors ticket, or( any other aflidavit,.ten ,
9. Transcript of case and record for
SuprjBBO , Court, one ' dollar and fifty
10. Transcript of judgment. twenty
II. . Mailinjr transcript post paid, ten
ceiiti ,:' " ""' '"' '-""-' ,
; 12. docketing anV jugme'ht"?on exe?
cMfftmV!lrAt itoaft.iW i -iu'.
l3.a Affixing seal of i court when- ne
r a x .
f 14. 0Jiieiingiin record any order, pr
judgment of a judge, on a matter which
he t has jurisdiction " to. ;. decide, vout -,at
term, if not more than one copy sheetj
ten cents, ana eacn additional copy
sheet eight cents - "
. 15. I?suipg stjbpgena for, witnesses if
it contaona normore tnantour,iiamea,nf
each foe every -additional oneiiiistbsiif
"WW J1 WMS fcMJxWklle(
too& proved twenty n cents? and taking
censstisM. unhurt tt'm&nm-'vA- ihtk .Vmwri
,4i8.jrrrrng tne registration' of
toy deed or other , written .instrument
wnicnjias, peeiv proved , ia any, other
Gouniyiiiwemyicenisi j b : o
1 19. Probate - Of 1 a -will in mmmnn
f orm with a Certificate and 'issuing let
ters iesiameataryseventy-nve fonts,
i 20. Recording will or returns of ex
ecutors, administrators;ulfnardians or
trustees required to. make returns, per
copy sheet, for first four ten cents, and
five ctfttftb eaW aliwriatcbirVirjfeet
22.- Every, notiw. required. tor be is-
1; f mmmg UrtfcteMf Wafiinl
DIty cents. .. .aw wi hmci ii .mo
-27.-" AHSU111U UUmmiStllUU llf U11V BOTt.
; j z. entering return to commisffirin
29i42Aa3itinff'arHnt nf a
x r i.
i if j&'ot ottirTfiTriTrr?rrfMwv'
"vci wiitje numi
de.&r tbe4eflciencj,he puwu? treasr
At "f.ha Rtata nf the
' ilCopys Of any mord;br other
lag Wsmm. percopy aheeir
cents. eachiforLfarst four;; and fiv
" . . ' . . , J ( 1 j i ! .. . . : ,
SO. Continnkicrf cf "cause, twentv
cent;. v-. ' ' - ;yi:'iZ
31. Execution, thirty cenU 1 "--ir
32. Issuing capias, seventy-five cents.
33. Taking recognizance, : twenty
84, Enterins Itidsfment against a de
faulting juror or witness on bail bond
or recognizance, twenty cents.
to an appeal, thirty-five cents. ?
36. .presentment or maictment nity
cents eachu.ict no xUiuiafioi9-x
37.' Auditing final settlement ' of ex
ecutor, guardian or other trustee requir
ed jP ruinjpjnUjcdiiSOT
missions ajeloyetosnchjustee, if
not over one thousand dollars ; but in
no instance to exceed ten dollars.
; 38. Judgment on any t question to be
decided by him1 ix lib appeal, forty cents
89.- K otirymg solicitor or ; removal or
cents. Ji'-lOJtio tbacvl aoohusv fc'aiiu I v
any kind,lncluding justification, forty.
41. issuing wnroraower: possession
or similar process, sixty cents.
42. ixeeemng'Eiing'-anitPHOting res
ignation of guardian, relinquishment of
right of administrator or executor, ten
gjiardian, mWAt&iiOJhlia ;
i44. .Rexirding reports,. partition and
widow's dower, per copy sheet for first
four, ten cents each, and five cents for
each addiuonajttxret :
45. For every jury impannelled, ten
46. ja.otfcMWB(Eresi t jaagment, ten
ooi. Fox . . every . . .certificato, r wentT
a4&i Mk .clerkso ahall ba 1 reewimrto
keep posted in tfeelyTOlSdee' fwbill for
public inspection and reference, under
a raasiry or ,nnrpnoiarBuiOTusucH seg-
lect - , j-"y. ....
. . . .7. . . . . . .mm jsccm
I. FJxecuting subpoena on a witness,
twenty-five cents. ! 4W9
zr tiuuvevinif a misoner to Jail 111 an
other county, five cents peroSteg8a
8. For prisoneif s gmudyi aecessary,
and approved by county commissioners,
going and retujng jjerjaaile, for each,
4. TakinWaliyMfGMWding: fur-
where sale is made, fifty cents, of.
e JTonjaiUartipM StA tmi toimige
taxes, if amojMtIoctedfig five thous
and doUars,r,4wsvfivtfTer cent; if
more thaa five-thousairfmd,lessh
ten thousand, four percerit
Register of" deeds as UKos :
1 TKAorisTtariTior jrrrv rffwi nr nth P.T
writing, authoiized to bfe .registered joc
recorded b them ith certificate of
probate pr-kii)5MgmeTandJ pri5
yate examination; or ftjnarriea ,woman,
containing ttot more .'than 4;hreei coOv
finnol txvmr sfioAf. ton iontii : '
.' 2,';or; issjttng mte' ftobc dteamjed
by the county comrnissieraerchjdijng
and a halfcentafoeeajxamestbereon?
for-everv-duplicate. oneent per name.
4. IssumgmarriagjeMicense, fifty
cents ; i
5. As clerk to board of- county coni
missioners, one douar per day.
Juror Tales jirsbali; jspeive Mi
ty cents per day andmo tniieageuH
71 i i m i .ii' i fin ii ii nil
if.UiM .J .A .J i. .A Alt
Mr Hi ..PWiW
t. H. B.. Stevens: jn-jinawmA
Dear Sir Since several years Ihavacei-AMfai
and very painful foot I hadsomcphysktaiiftwbml
iney couion i cure me., mow 1 nave BeaMOX,
. wsuufl lrum a uuxj wno was sick ior a
ana oecame ail well from your Yi
n n ft w.A aha luiMt. m YTnnul - w.
after I had used one bottle, the pain left Jneand,
it began to heal, and then f bought, one oaer.'bofrj
tie, and 86 f taken yet I thank od lor this re-
edy and yourself ; and "wishing every, Sufferer tnar. '
nv ninnhlnn tA ft.
It Is a blessing for health. oiv.tiU
; i:: 038 West Baltimore Stieet
Mr. H. B. Stevens:
In l872r6nrVeeetoe was Teoommended tome.
and yleidmg to the persuasions of a friend.
I consented to trv It. . At tha tima I. waA Hufterlnff
from general debility and.: nervous prostraaoni
superinduced by overwork and Irregular habits. J
iAto nvuucuui oucui(uiciuais cum vwaufo yivicr"
Wes seemed to affect mr xlebUitated system from
the first dose: and under its persistent use I raDid-
jy recovered, gaining more than' oeual health andV
ieeung. Mnce wen 1 nave not nesitaiea to
gtve Vegetme my most - unqualified i Indorsement,'
a oemr a eaie, sure ana powernu aKemmiromof-'
log health and restoring the wasted system to new
iuie ana energy. A egeune is tne oiy medicine I
Deuerw ipurs iraiy, w. us MUAxusrim
au Monterey street, Auegnaay, renn.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICTfcBL ' ; , ,
Mr. H. B. Stevens:
Pear 'fill This 1 tn mrMfv that T tuva nuv
your' "Blood Preparation in mr family for Several
years, and think that for Scrofula or Cankerous,
Humors or Bheumatic affections It cannot be ex
ceuea; ana as a Diooa punner ana spring medicine
it is the hestthiarMuive verraetL and X hM
used almost .everything. Xan cheerfully : Tecora11
mena n so any one inneea ei soon s raeaiane. ,
Yours resDectfullr. i
MBS. At A. PlNSMOKK, 11 1
on l in.nfl?rlH UD SOU Street.
4- .4- IH'.li
r.'ni jv.Mi .a .T
' VEGETHfiL , 'I
wht is WEEmm ;
1 ,f! tl any 1871.
! Dear Sir About
one year sinci'f'ourmniyseltl
n from general debility, vegey
In a feeble condition
ttnevna s&niudy reeom mended to me b Mend
)whohadeen much benefited wewrtlPM
cureu uie. wicie, ua,.mer using several potties,,
was restored to health, and discontinued rts nseJl
f eelianlcff-ooondenl; that them-te ioa-nAriirten tou
perior to It for those complaints for which it ises
U. L. PETTINGILL,
i -A- . .
K(A1 YEttETINB. J
ALL HAVE OBTAINED EKLttSM 31
v iooa BouthIBerMclt3,MilfaW)t?2l87ajl
1 ' v
ILBStevensEsi9.y'' JituJA tenoUiil swal d
I DeSIr I have had dyspeislUL im worst fM
for the last ten years, and have taken hundreds f
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining any
relief. In Sentember last I enmmmuw) tnfrtnwthn
Vegetine, since which time my health has steadilxj
improved. .My food digests well, andhavran-
ed nneen pounds or llesa, ., There ara,ieeesaiotMJ
1 '.. -.tits naa ifex!d
i .Till Kirfl rrt rT iIUjf ltslHfi nis TT
J rn inj tl t(Jr TvTT-fJ itLiUiii tj'j x tm
; .3 y.Veffetlne is sold hv an nmmrtn A d'H
? "DLA.CX STBAF MOLiSSEi i '
uuuer cos oy me oarrei, D7 i-.
.,; ' .nw,.f J JbeBOTriXLVIDSON.
peciauy preparea, ana.wouia cneeenully recom
uiouu u vu iiuirao mw lcci toot wey neea some
thing' to lestore them to perfect health, 'ssui
i Hurt.? t , SS teW&tt3&ZA ' toonuB
lo ataxt sill eooia biu-jtal eauiinlhso sn!'jKi
luy$ ,n9Tfjt hnuknai bust ItuCJLanoJiil eJnw
Factories r therefore
does. notD338 toroa ", see-
ond hands, andY-am
iabaaid sell goods as low
aa they can be boaght a ffi$H& f J
H H Tf N H
HHH i TT N W K A A
! . A. ft...
We hare miH5h.eXJJ Wfi35ods In stock at
o o J. a ts J. A 1 a a 'l
. TWENTY-SEVEN VARIETIES OF
DEGOBATXD CHAMBER TOILET SETS.
In hRAM (In ebflBd TOOT K10T
ea Sets In nearly the samepMpor
Jalfshelves a optSefillidXrlth
tton. . Our EetaH Shelves axe complete nil
the largest and best selection o!
I uest seiecuou 01 vwna, vruuuu;
Wifrf (To wrr nl I1a S'PJLSJt'T
Much care taken la imfag uirculare andbrfce
;twrJrLI!K flOfflWlj'DOt i "A A 1-1
Thanking 70a for past patronage, Ac, I remain,
..aft. 01 oM'EooBriLi
j lifti l A. LI
soclaUon at the Court House In Charlotte.
Febnmn 18tbuak Ife tfeleafelfei ffSelia
on Cbnsatutton and By-Laws, and the eonuatttee
AfieleotlQa iof ttaraitteareextitetldltD' teBort
ana other baslness of lmportonsifUi eome for
action. - - i.Mpf
All persons who feel an interest In the develop
ment of the country aie respeaxully. redneSteaw
lQ CASES HUNT API jAjOS
j lneraWelO . basketa (50 Jugaaca) Apoi-
llnarls; JtSst revived?' !" " ' '"' '
otw!-u.!i" .i-.i. WTLSpN BUBWELtl
- ill. i ii-H
. HitJij1,.!.- dWii.- b(
8 ! sea 1J
Jbsr received' tl fresh supply of .superior Tea.
WILSON tL BUBWELL,
BUIST'8 OABDEN SEED,
fct'ltfed edl i-'i xui !tl .T.i:S!K ' j
A large supply of these popular seed. Inst recelv-
iiwin low if n i".;n jhi'iT rn r,tWir',; J i
IN CASH WILL
AiW.Bfr.oii u oi tif-Tj iMu.
vWKntor- Ermtmrf Ofreki, msey makei oli
NO MOBS ,
jfifim .''!' two 3iinfi-Ai t. n ' "
i-Wem t BO'1: HKONIC
jKlnUAiS'laJ'i ' '
r --: tnw'!jctoBE.'',7? x' '''
Manufactared only under the above Trade-Mark
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
snaranteed. Now exclusively used bv all celebrated
pnysicians ox jsorope ana Amerjca, veeonung a
Staple. Harmless, and Reliable Bemedy on both
eononenta The Highest Medical Academy of
rans report w cures out ox lwoases wnain tnree
oars, secret The only dissoiver oi tne
unc acid wnicn exists m tne mooa oi jineumaae
and Gouty eaMeatarat,QO a box, 6 boxes for
too. uent to anyaaoress on receipt or price,
idoraed br Dhrsiclans. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress WASHBTJBfiE & CO.,
7 On Importers' Depot. 23 Cllff-st, N.T.
FDBE, GOOD AND CHEAP.
WILSON & BUBWELL, Agent!'.
A SPLENDID, LINE OF
mil Teaa. amrades. vast in. a i
8. 8. PEGBAM has wlthdruni Iron the Arm fif
trcuitAja. a w. au persons wno owe tne late
firm, prior to Eebruary 1st, 1879, must call and
settle with Pegmm
te .the Bo
we win conujre ,
BooaiM 81toe business at
the same stand as before, first National Bank
building, Charlotte, N. C.
PEGBAM A OO.
i Home and Democrat copy
jHANGi' tig1 BUSINESS-
jr. tHi'f'i'!sfOl U-WSw"
Having retired from tee
. I V XfH - --UKA- " SlAWA'-
We are now daily recelvTnjr'a good suppj fot
I -1lMiT JU)
at oui Wd'rJiMon CoHege street, we wflpleased
w see our many menas.
ana .a :tTw vmuiw
We make Grain a specialty.
,rjawi J WNQ Jk BBOTHEB,
TyssoLUTioN ofcd-plfif nMhM Y,
bers Co.f la this dav dissolved brl
utuimu cuusenw . vnamoers assuming au me
liabilities and coHecfins all -debts due the late am-.
In Charlotte ahdrul continue at the old standTVJ
i t .T J HT B. B. TiAOALL.
TrVwnlamwte'ir' thA. SMmTt tAt thf.
inethoxHtf thankTna' mr mm v ftieAda nrul thA imn-
eral publle for tbeirpast favors and trust they win;
4oii ol .vJvZl
TlUUrai'UM Mill ltl
liil t? If A
jal-ub tnoiU lo TJti'i 'JAjsra h'rs .Hfsl-.Ti 1
I am Aowto'reoefpi of a large lot of the-'cellbra-
tel 8TUDKBAKEB WAeCCSi; fell lUsetwbl
will be sold on reasonable termi.
i, sioBllIfl' iae" -5rni wol 3 itTio sew dai(f
eiiJ rncnl TOai'0.lt3Sl. Ti'd fafiis t '.sunt
AuoH lna uCUdolULSLItSmsiH .eU!m j-'i
3e9d dT '.,sa2l loii VilHsd JbTAj riJrtnoO ,vjnli
OMod bns wtr AiiJoTBl) dho bus toJoisn
' -npf .rfr tiUf) ,tr;S .Hwp ywd'it)lob8e7
ana,Buppfpuxse)Via Ahftbest m
els! lo ini'3i Jmoif wiff!i iti'f :
T. H. OAITHSj
Jan. 8 If.
J ...A. M
Bt'tirttw it di BotferS )6onfend lrf
fcade br TiJ.; U'illiinson and Laura H.r'Ukliwji
to the Charlotte, Building and .Loan Association, I
iii sea at nuouc auction, a nouse ana lot 01 lancr
fronting oatlM N. C. Railroad, la squared Koi &;
fcjian. &t a stake on the N. C. Ballroad aiKl run;
dip wim saia roaa to u.
i a ner line 180 ieec
wka said-railroad 4 914
UM.taeoootvottiei beginnings.; wlilcrt Is now
claimed subject to Bald -mortgage toy K. W. Mellon.
baia property 10 ne soia ai we coun nouse aoor in
thety eICnarlotteB'tfl0'lst Monday to MarclW
187fli tat lOashj i tna amount dufi the : Charlotte
Building" and, Loaa .Association, being $229.25,
1U) 0 of aertilrjg And sale; , . . t-a
udecl9tdsiIoi;lv' nvv o& i?8ee nd Item)
tr a PDTanv
i U ,'fAinin -idi ill noixin4ninj. ui .kii
U'JAUBttON rtbdCOMMISSIOK MERCHANTS, ?
ill Ji'iii fei Jrwlfy.wi -JtW- fU it iH) i9f
J-i A ',((iii-t Kt' U"j y;io vj) mm,irt
o) mir tilt -'br swi-viiuiuu mv hunt
eilJ is eIoeii9ai aul 4Jui i.i".oil 9?
3kMBRCft AiKlteB AND CXMJNTKY PBODTJOES
v .iv-o9tom .iMffn .(ion 1
'.kiohv nd fffl Site strict! personal: ? . ; ; j k
iflio9 Bin snoiiibifoo sxlt h;si.
jgttealioa.aU, business entrusted to pur care.
Four doorsboyTiSiadotte Hotel.
ill. HOlliitilll KlO1 lttl J
it a l'
iiain-ioli3l sinjf;i bn
TOIN your hands all friends of taste . :
ft, 1 r
il taftrc luTHijl!?iu i .n.TiiT : . -Hi 1 1
ANDWICH, Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
t real, good'eheer,
.EASE tep in, mylhaUinspeot,'
SitlViouTl seef more 'than you'll expect
'm 'IDVnl 'U ZAwMnm Hmhai. nM. ju. in..
yiiJT t7 eacheOBtomers taste to refine,
' O III :h 'Rarulntolt nmral anil Pwfk1'a
CONTAINS my bar, most delicious food,
: , jiwnee9e ajuaaausage m oui oi tare,
jrACH glass of Beer, or Gin will bear
- AVi iudmt t m rare
gEK moieurt Hps as In sips he drinks
j ; ACsip he takes proves what he thinks, :
1 1 11,. rtt . K , .... . .
- TI6H"r 'off eWinore he calls as to his friend
ntw ne winka '
"TVUBHAM WHISKEY. 1 DITRHAM WHISKE V
JJrUBHAM WHISKEY. 1 DURHAM WHISKE 1
(().' . '! i - . t ;
LABOBATOaY-eg aVATKABSAt 8g AJI1 CHSMI8T,
. . i JUobraondf Vai September 7th, 187a
I haveearefuTlT tested a sample of Dnrham Bve
WhiskeT". seleeted bv mvaett from the lock of
Messrs. Ellison ft Harvey,, and find ft. free from
adulteration. '- It Is ah excellent article of Whiskey,
and altogether -suitable for use as a beverage or
meoNUM. laigneaj w. u. i ai iaiu, b. v.,
.; ' .. .: ; State Chemist
This superior OLD VTBGINI A WHISKET, equal
to any niade ln this country, Is now In the hands of
Over 250 dealers In Virginia, North Carolina, Geor
ge' Iuisiana and New York City, and not a sin
gie eomplalnts having eome to us from any one of
them, and many saying It Is the best article they
ever handled, we feel Jastlnedln recommending
tt toap (who 'wish to get a really pure article of
- '! J If i, , .
None genuine unless, bearing our trade mark.
Call for TMJBHAM at W. B. COCHBANE'S, Cen
teal Hotel, and all other first-class houses.
ELLISON 4 HARVEY,
.iu ; ui-.; Richmond, Va.
JanIS lra u j
! WmfliaBil WnLskioi for madfcftl
Wtadyt,;;, ,, WILSON B
rALEN TINES !
' ' VALENTINES !
. VALENTINES !
" j , 88 88
; U .i-i Jw'88 88
i i ' I
!MM.h;.l 'Hid it'll! .i!"i'i;!I .ui . ,. : j-
JUST BECK1 FED THIS DAT A FINE AND WELL1
JO;!.:'. . . J ; ' '" .! ,
OF BOTH SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC
; ? . .4 , Which wepropose to sen cheap at
irrT,.'' 'L -49,; i I.'.. .- RETAIL.'
! 9Vtn i . jis TIDDY 4 BROTHER,' 1
f VdU MBdJ .iif .',') -,;t - (
' feb? " J: Uit AfAn.i'.t
ri'ifrvij;. -1 'OA,( lit iii i (;
There will be a meeting nf thof-wfrhXiiAM a
the Charlotte Building and Loan Association, a?
line rooms oik.J. Cochrane. Secretary, on Thurs-
waj !toui, f Dnuuy low, i7v,at seven o'clock.
iAfoU attfdsnoB la requested.-. .u u - i - .
(Jobalit-M.; jmitfi j,xi,-j'jf if.Beeyaad Treas. '
-tiaai-i'o; ovimiiiw ih.m ,ini ij
I . ONION SETTS-i
i i t
I Fresh. WILSON A BUBWELLyi
And willing to Bhow goods whether or not you are
uuy. .. A. . wttisxua a co.,
; declS - '
QPIiENDID , HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS t
ana oil mcmrea in o h niimiwi phi oe
Post free. - Yearly $3, with an unequalled-, prenn
um, two splendid oil pictures. Bock of Ages and
the Lion's Bride, 15x24 inches, mounted on can-
iobb, wuiBuunouuu ou oeiiis exira. ctena postal
SSSrM . JNINGS
fail to see the Tiendld Februari No. . . ,1 .
vv ' r-J
107, 4th ay.
A grand combination of the enterraininor tfia
ful and the . beantlfal. with fina art ninM
. . MUV ut, vuuaTuucB
TT V I if f UTTwtr ' W . n ... ... .... j
A. business, and make plenty of money during feed ofthebefct nu7iaJ'iruXtlOTa
. .ii .Tit. jm, m-a7l 7iHr;!'; -
f l I ...;'." i . f .""' i , ".j. .. ' .h v. '.:' ' .jj-
siij iiwi'iri m j-rnji jrn- Hfii i;
tt-7 ..If'-'WI. ''!'rif 1 ! ' -.-fi r.! ;
J n E LE6BATE T I Ui Hi
V - JPOQ KEK NIT STTTT
" ,llO OB . N- T 1
Q;.,' ESli JU H.K-v-Tf
W' '!' '-OOUBEKN NM
U UJK ! M Jl Sr T I i
T ' '
iM Jv; Mt lii
-lot5? 'ilKj i i J
. I i 1 ; . ; The attention of smokers is call-:
: bines Luxury and, Seanomy t ban
: any ever sold. If you want Candies, .
: Fruits or anything tn"tbyTCorifek!
iooaery ime, remember: mat Perry:
n LOGKADE TOBACCO, farts j;Jni;lii. .iil t
! Haying purekased anioe line of 'Tobacco, at the
government satet-,'-''V!P tu -ninf i. i.. im'1
I am pre Dared to offer extra mducements to bnv-
era, 1 Call early. 1 ' J ' THOS. H. GilTHEB.
wEiMPBovED; .y . ;. .
. . CITY PB0PEBTX FOB SALE i!
Any person desiring. to Durchase a weUim proved
City Lot House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water, riok kitchen -within
five minntes-walk-of 'the public square; can be ae-
.aecl8 !; j ; ,,j THIS OFFICE.
J QQQ FEE SIMPLE DEEDS, ' '
Just Printed and For Sale at the
; The Bourgeolseand Minion type on which this
paper was lately printed. It was made by the Old
jonnson- type joonary. oi -
' PKlladrtnhl Rnrt
not. discarded because no longer fit for use, but S
cnasere, and In fonts of 50 to 1,000ms, with or
wnnoui cases. Address OBSEBVEB,
'ctfi ;1 '"' , .,, ; , Charlotte. N. C.
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of cost; ! all properties placed In my
hands for sate.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
Charlotte, N. a
"yiLSON BUBWELL, DBTfiOlBra, '
Have Just received J
Sherry Wine J
t ... , Flavoring Extracts,', ,., .
AH of the best quality for retail trade '
declS .,. (,.-'! i:.r;ii
i .". i . . . j , .'it,,,,
pLOTHTNG HOLD YOUB ORDERS. ,
Ma. Bjqcby M. Cbo wll, of Newark, New Jersey,
lom or February, with a full and handsome line
of samples for dress and ndt
the newest and most fashionable goods ta the mari
ket - Hold your orders,' and remember the date.
The farmers bt Mecklmhanr nrainty urn rtumaatl
ed to convene at Owflmirt nraW in PhntlTr
12 M., on Tuesday, vFebruarr 18th. 1879. totekw
nvunsHwum nsre mi lue purcnase oi xeruuxera
pivveiu cvr.. IS. UlllJSlt.' 1
E. H. WALSTEtt. '
J. L. BROT HERS,
Feb. ft-d&w t4; j iu i
Home and Democrat please copy.;
, ?,o MERCHANT TAILOB,
Has histmeaived' MimiM of Sr4n oaaAo m
friends and customers are most respectfully invited
to call and make selections so as to enable him to
secure their choice in due time. -!
feblliiU Jli !--yt'.i ,H:t .; tiUV 1 :s:
iu.?-. '.ill .Vi.i;r.7 .TP
Honnrs BuQdlng, Trade Street, Up Stairs. J
i til t'j! : t;.i; Mfr.i . j.' lr
i. . j r
Owing to the stringency of -the times I win In ft
?2 JE?.61 cbearXrWin. make, fine suits tor
910, Cassimere suits lor 88. Pants of suits same
rates. -i I guarantee all my work mo at no chance.-'
G1ZWn4beeonvlneed. 1,nTli rTrti
i r, - m r.,i ' - TTT-
; Vv.Mij. ',-t-iiil Mil 3ii..U; jui'-i ii s i -; r j
f tl I ' ' f . ' , I U ."f IT 1- i?
" L CHOICE NOBTHERN -i'"' .
A !' 1 PPP 'i 1,1. id not I ' SfUliSi'
1 T T B
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Received evnrvifr'. . x
1 s L
t ' ft ;:1 LeROT DAVIDSON, i I
-f I i' ' ' " . An iif'
TtTLLLLM3 A FTGEH,'7 M j
.11'Wnui iiij..'. v, 'i i .If i" ;
lHave Just received a lotof Turkeys and Chicken
which we offer at low prices.' Coiw to williamt
Finger and bw the bMt'FalmoVfror
il ICnK v,ll i.T- 1 i T Y
f wTit""'",? oulwli.u w au kinds of a
f dec5 PromP returns of sales
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editor. Pive yearahave paKSS? M
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arawnig from alreadr. favnrita
SSS .Ww.oneaMr7 Frank
toa'aneweerial story for boys,
A JOLLY FELLOWSHIP,"
-m .is l;
tinned taIe,T,ioT7Tu" f
"HALF A POZKHi BOOSXKXXPEBS,"
oraiaitateeeii-4 unm-..i. in Trri
ni.M, ,., M . ffir-Ti ..vi-, .,.1 (: :
KUMPTT DODGET'S TOWKK."
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