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s is-vine iiA.r ; Tirtxtiztmcnts l til
A KORTHERSEK 05 THE SOUTH.
,CHA ft J03tE3 v - r. Xmr and Proprietor
free-bora raasonfr,i vav iva
: THURSDAY, FEBBUlBY 20, 1870. ;
We prinjbeftj!.di $ajago the vote
in the House- on Mr." Foard's amend
ment tftythfxBaeigh & .tAiigusta Airr
Line Ch'aiirbiU, discriminating against
that road fn the restrictions laid upon it
as to the terms upon which it shall haul
freight, and yesterday I we received,
through the courtesy of Ck)L J. L.
Brown, the ayes and jnoes on Mr.
Vaughan's amendment, flhe substance
of this lirasVas; will be remembered, that
the freight tariff established for 'the
Raleigh & Augusta Air Line should not
go into effect until it was; put in opera
tion upon the other railroads of the
State. Here was a fair and square
proposition. It proposed no discrimi
nation in favor of the Eateigh & Au
gusta road; it simply proposed to put
all on the same footing -It was a step.
too, and a decided step, in the direction
of regulating the charges for all rail
road freight, and how did the people's
representatives Vote on j the question?
We will show these constituencies We
will show the people that while some of
their representatives think it all wrong
for the Raleigh & Augusta Railroad to
apply discrimination, it is all right for
other railroads to do so. The gentle
men who voted "nay on Mr.'Yaugfian's
amendment are those who ' hold this
view, and we invite attention to their
names. Some of them live in towns
which are forced to wagon their freights
on account of the injustice practiced by
railroad companies. We suppose they
have no objection to their people know
ing how they stand on this important
question. At all events the question be
ing upon the amendment of Mr.
Vaughan, the ayes and noes were asked
and ordered and the vote resulted as
Ayes Ardrey,' Atkinson, Bateman,
; Bernard, Berry, Bingham, Bird, Block
er, Brown, of Mecklenburg, Burroughs,
Cary, Christmas, Click, Coffield, Cooke,
Dimsdale, Ellison. Ewing, Ferrell,
1 Forbes, Foster,-For, Gatling, Goldston,
.u o Orant, Harrell, rrisqn,, jlenderson,
Huffstetler, Jones, Leach, Leatherwood,
Lutterlob; Melson, Mfllef, Moote; Mc
Corkle, McLean, Nor ment, Paxtpn, Pow
ers, Reynolds, Richardson, of Wake,
Taylor, vaughan, Waddell, Wynne,
Noes Amis, Anderson, Angier, Arm
strong, Barringer, Battle, Biazell, Bla-
lock, Bonner, Bost, Rrown, of Yadkin,
- Bruce, Bryson, Buchan, Carter, of Bun
combe, Carter, of Warren, Carter, of
Yancey, Carroll, Chad wick, Clark. Cobb,
Col well, Covington, Davis, of Catawba,
Davis, of Hay wood, Deans, Dunn, En--uglish,Etheridge,
Foard, Hines, Johnson,
... Lamb, . Lewis,,, Lindsay. Lockhart,
' Meares. Mebane. Newell. Oliver; Or-
: chard, Rawley, RekL of Macon. Rekl, ef
McDowell, Richardson, of Columbus,
Scott, Smith, Turner, Venable, Wheeler,
Wimberly, Young 52. :
T The record is not yet quite complete.
It only needs the ayes and- noes, .how-rf
ever, on the final reading -of the bill as
amended to hmak5 it sovand hese1shall
not be wanting. Will Col. Jirown or
Capt Ardrey send us the final vote V
It will do gdbd service iiisalineher. -
THE SENATE'S RETRENCHMENTS.
, t .jThe-epateif Tuesday, put some of its
-i 1.1. i b i i j.
. ... , meas on me suujecc oi retrencuinei.it
into practical QDer.ation, and got in its
work where itlwIU ii;V1go
We do not think that $4,000 per annu
is too much for the governor to receive,
but if itbas heen enough in the past
five i years; i&3,00o is enough now, since
this reduction of 33 per cent, is about
the amount of shrinkacre in everything,
The sum of $2,750 is; enough for! the
treasurer, and we do not see why he
cannot also very well discharge the du
ties of treasurer of the penal and char
itable institutions of the State. Two
thousand dollars is likewise sufficient
for the secretary white j&l&O is-about
as much asAe(wiroieftny Tear in
and year out i i
We are none too partial to the ! idea;
.i!vi0TsylIult)lic officials lufc " the
' farmer, mechanic, the laborer, and in
fact the great mass t of the people, noi
: only in our own i State but throughout
":' the Union,' are compelled to suffer from
; the effects of the general depression and
- shrinkage of ,th values of, nrpperty, it
" ' seems wromralfavthobelwid b6id ttffi"
cial positions should still receive Wfan
, ries and fees . increasing m amoun
'J 1 vMrbt lYaar. at the expense of the
v 1 sof efy: pressed and impoverished peo
ple ; and since retrencnment is de
manded, it is much better that it should
, be practiced uvori the office-holdera
' " than that the usefulness of our charita
ble institatkns be made to suffer, i
- ' The Doors of Theatres. As it is
; ; always in order f dr everybody to tell a
, ' ' Legislature what it ought to do, we re
r: "Spectfuny ' suggestphe enactment of a
' law compelling prpprietors of all opera
houses, theatres and other places ifJ
; . or tne same to swing outside instead
'of inside in opening. , Seriously this
is a matter of importance.
In the case
of an alarm of fire or anything of a
similar character, Ukely to create eea
' fusion, the panic is always more to be
:' feared than the ckuse which" brings it
about, and the cases on record are only
" too numerous of the doors being closed
by the' eigM f -the panic-stricken
' crowds, ; and of many people being in
. consequence thereof, trampled and
The force of the argument can be
seen at a glancd. A bill of a dozen
; linss. .will cover the ground j a pub
! s'nrdeMfiltbB liidSeidu, many lives
ly be saved, and the provision isone to
V TjcI TBXi yTAi Reduction.
The Senate having at last voted the to
, bacco tax reduction, placing the tax at
- . 16 cents per pound, it only remains for
j " theHouitodo its duty. vltismTichtb
'f be hoped that itlwill not fail of it. Tfiis
,, '. irapcrtant business has-been too. long
locked up by a jfailure of Congress to
' ' act in the premises. , If the House will
now pass the reyenue bill - as it r came
frora the Senate, the tobaclo industry
will revive, and a large element of the
w nHaiu. vitav piuppcutv, to wuiui
U has so long been a stranger.
.Julian .ZUIanfcr States? HeTR i-
merly of Brooklyn, X, Y ill now 2 a
New Yosfc:itjn aVahtth
quest of. certain prominent citizens of
the metropolis he has given his views
of the state of things in this section of
the country. "The correspondence is
pnhlihM .ibjfcUer part of to-day's
nA inteiHo-Anfc VrATitiftman he is a man
of travel, 'Ahfei "Communities of
the ISorth where he isv w-kn,own his
word carries weight wit it; TJis letter
to see it largely circulated.
The New York 8 tar, from which we
copy this correspondence, indulged in
the following sensible and timely com
ments upon the publication, and we re
. i .i :Lli .-.!.;!'.
produce Jts comments with hardly less j
CoL Allen shows-dearly; what every
impartial Northern citizen will readily
beueve, that the people of jthe .South are
anxious to bury past war memories and
feelings, and to promote fraternal rela
tion with their" fellow-citizens . of the
North. They desire.especiallyNorthe,
capital and emigration1 -to develop the
vast resources of ,the South. He shows,
too, tnat me ooutn is iast recovering
from the disasters'of tJie-'.war, that the
buys are faithfully executed, and that
tne DiaCKS auu wuitea live uaijuomoua-
ly together. Exceptional cases to the
contrary should no more be used as an
argument-again&t generaLfacts and the
general sj&tif thing, than tiie whole
people of ihcNorth snbulbr b denoun
ced for murders' and" robberies that oc
cur at times in their section. It woujd
be well if all our people were as reason
able and impartial, and were to mani
fest the same 'fraternal and cathblic5
spirit as Col. Alleik n m-af tx '
NOKTHERN-SOUTHERNERS. The LOU-
isville Courier-Journal peerless in all
its departments among Southern news
papershas had the; enterprise to pre
pare an article covering sixteen and a
half of its long columns, going to show
what the South has dope for the North
west, and especially for the city of
Chicago. It points out that scores and
lundreds of men of eminence and capi
tal, have moved from Dixie land, into.
the city and country round about the
1 ? ' .1 i ' A ' iHm'ar Artrt itSlA f L .
aKes, ana mat over to,uw,wv wortn
of prbpertv is owned in Chicago by
them. It gives the genealogy of a large
number of Northern citizens who are
natives of" the Southand "all in all pre
sents a most interesting compilation.
Judge Buxton is presiding over Ala
mance Superior court.
Miss Jennie Davis, of Wayne county,
was accidentally burned in so serious a
manner that she w likely to die.
All the former officers of the Bank of
New Hanover, have ; been re-elected
Maj, CM.Stedman is president.
Brown, member of, the House from
Yadkin, was before the mayor's coiurt
in Raleigh, Monday mohiirtg.for drvwUf
and 2 o'clock The .flames' were exin
The Newbem Nui-S7iell leirns tliat a
wliichjresultod jnvth,4ath of the for
mer, who was shot bytne latter with a
pistol. Mr. V eeks escaied. t
Last Saturday night, in RaleighJ the
and robbed of $10 worth of-croods : Sun
ilay night C. D. Heart's? stoe store wai
yfobbed-of $40 wortf shoesVajid! the
Bams itoHt MiievpaSurttta frtfrbtfttw nfF
same AigM thievesvef e frfehtewed off
while endeavoring to enter the store of
Mr. Cohn. The News tells of this.
Wilmington! Review ffie regret to
learn ,th fUeliwife of j Col.
Jpun WiGattelt ofcTarboro, and daiigh-tei-of
Dr. L' Frink;of Brunswick coun
ty, died on Saturday night. Col. Cotten
and Mrs. Engelhard are brother and sis-
fUerrand thus were tiwyjiwtk-torrrbly
TbaVW bh the same ' - I
Newbern Nut Stell ; A diflicult oc
curred last Friday night at a dance
given at tne;sraente oi Mr. Jieii, in
Charterer, POnnrNr.!rM;ween Mr. R. Frank
Sanders and Mr. D. S. Weeks, Jrn which
resulted in the death of the f ormerj who
wa-btuiy Joth tlatLW) awtioiapistol.
dead bodv 6f a1 white man was discov
-An incendiary fired th residence oc
cupied by Mr. John Northrop, of Wil
iiintfton. Tuesday morning ' between l
given,; at mPv.smm,oX vipermiued to.respond and that wish was
, in Carteret county, between Mr. B. T acceded to. " 1 " j v
ftk Sanders autt,Mfe'D.1S.WeekJfyHianel
ered, yesterday morning, in a ditdhm46ewhajsifeJa
the line of the Wilmington &WelaW'F4tey;weripra
Railroad Between the sixth ana seventn
mile post. The unfortunate man is
represented as being well dressed, but
ihis, hat and shoes were gone. Hisap
T ' 1 ........ v . - ' " j fw-mw
mamtuia-ait moa uy; w.uia&ers. vrno.
lie,1s. wnwhBlieTcaro4ron), anflTheE
W a fog.
Manlclpal ana County Elections.
HARRtSBUBCL iPAiy::Felv lik-Maver
Patterso1i. Retrtiblican,1 wasrelected,
TnnaH itr Ktr nvur Hrt n.Q.rtinfv'i anrl
Treasurer Shelby i b3p;.iabDut , 500. The
controllership is undecided. The Dem
ocratsr.electedJ)oth branches of the
.1 iWATEBTOWir, N. Y Feb. 19.-The
election of supervisors for Jefferscn
county, yesterday, resulted in the eleo-
. . ' ,-x ... .. .
flrand Bake Michelag- ef Raaaliii E;
" Loirwyjr.rifeK rne communicai
tion for wbieh-the Grand-Duke Nieh
olas. of Russia; soli acrf Jtlief 'QrHmdiDuke
(VknstaritinA. has bepn ATilerl fh Drfm-
burg, was a pamphlet in - favor of the
speedy construction of the urehburg
& Tashkind Railway by way of i Rara
Turgallandr4)arjjacJlyer in order to
force England to abandon her jrgg11
Kance to rtussia s eastern policy.
ltriet foreign Items.
Cairo, February 1 18,
rVe has accep-
v Pabis, February
amended bv the committee
ber of Deputies. - ' I ?
There is no fbnndation for the repbrt"
that the 'municipal 'council haverfife
signed. ra 4 IJt"wlimi wrr . ."
AuH vj6(rljj!t JtaUtrnlns to Work. - 4 4
London, Pebruary 18. The large-en?
gineering firm of4TfestMfotolis& Bailey,
of BlackwalU have opened their works
to the old hands reduced wages.
Some ootherayuiastMs are expected to
follow suit in a dav or. two. though a
fwir&uadavoi,in' to obtain hands.
ifrom. the ..prpyincegL .TbeitrJkerrion-
; mlttee;howwervtirecCmndenrt,hit they
, can uersnndft anv
can persuaae anyimronecriiancia to
turn to their homes, .
Tne JJemocrats acore a
; , Exciting Day in the House
' : Blackburn Makes Garfield
zzkz.-rzr'rBaXr.RU Words. -?-
.G78I .0 YSTATT5THT3
ane benate passfeortneousasDHJwr-iur
the pay of eycparxiejHid the Senate
Diu to lncorperaw ute united states
rail wavzmail -service mutual benefit as
sociation. Th6u ISenatefithenMjesumedi
tue uuDiinrtit;ii;-Ji. lire pustuuice
prriationulGiati "oo f
When the Brazilian mail steamship
subsidy amendment was reached the-
point 01 order was made that it was
not germane to the bill, but the Senate
decided it was in order and consider
able discussion ensued, pending which
Senate adjourned. T
birsE. Th House, is in cfcmmittee
of the whole on the legislative appro-
pnauon 0111. xne point ox oruer mcvue,
iswr. niorhr, acrainsr. r.nft amprifimfinr. ntrer-
ed bv Herbert, of Alabama, reoealiritf
the jurors' test oath and regulating thel
mode oi drawing and paying jurors was
discussed at some length and was over-4
ruled, the chairman JtiiacKBurn.oi Ken
tucky,) deciding that it was in order.
Herbert's amendment was then agreed
The question then arose upon an;
amendment offered by southard, re
pealing -the sections which authorize
the appointment ot supervisors ot eiec
lions, a. long ana interesting ueuate
followed. Hale, of Maine, and Garfield,'
both speaking for the Republican party
in the House, declared they would use9
every parliamentary device to defeat
the proposed amendment. The discus
sion was or an excited character, ana
members on both sides earnestly de-
jgaut&ejiurntg .t stand, firm in;
tueir views eituei. iur ur itguut tne
measures-. e-proposed amendmejtt?
was pending when the House adjourried
and as the Democrats insist upon its'
adoption the indications are that the
bill will fail. This will necessitate an
During the debate Wood, of New
York, recited the history of the laws
which were proposed to be repealed.
They were but a portion of a series' of
laws passed in order to keep the South
ern States as stipendaries ot the Repub
lican party ; that they had been intend
ed for the South but were now applied
to ,the North. The gentleman from
Maine (Frye) 'assumed to speak'for his
party when he said that? he would resist
by eyery means in his power the repeal
of the1eaws.' '' He YTdodf couM ot
speak for his patymtMsou)d apeak
for one man when he said that he d.'d
jiot carewbat Jpecame of the appropria
tion bills. He believed that it 'Was
fiighertitesti6hv?than aafc fcf appropri?i-1
ting moBey4i)eould stay :jn the Jionse .
as lone as any gentleman. heTJettuj
cratic party couM resist: as" long-as the
Republican party, and he would pot
consent to vote for a dollar until this
amendment should be engrafted on the
Garfield, 1 of Ohio-J said tt had hot
spoken on the points of order, because
he did not regard the question as bhe
that was being considered deliberately:
Ordinarily this was a hall of delibera
tion, hut now they were called upon.
merely to register the edict of a party
caucus under the rule of a fterso
wasTunder orctera- to .aecide.Jthat the
amendment comes in under the rule;
This remarVcansed ;an immediate' exv
plosion of anger on the Democratic'
side, and there were jalls to order
and a demand that the obnoxious sen
tence be reduced to writing and read at
dS : but Thl d&iffiS
(Blackburn, of Kentucky,) expressed the
wisli that no point of order should be1
toad J)ut-thatiig (Rlaihum ahowld be1
exhibiting in its delivery much feeling
and determination. He said: "The chair
will perfectly understand that I meatift
reflection on him personally. DerisfttP
laugnter on tne JJemocratic siae.j vv hat
I mean lu-
wncre a party
tves, against, the? wilkof its
vwnimiisoxi that its wfiojeipartjymtisfj
act as one man nere wituout regam xo
wj its opponents witnin its own party,
then it ceasesTo be free deliberation
and it becomes dictation from outs
and. not the- deliberations of stit
Mr.' BlackMflf havirie left the
came on the tioor - and reaains the ol
jectionable extract from Garfield's
speech asked the latter if he still stood
bv.tliat. ...... ... 1
Gariield replied lhat the extracti
not show his ruir meantiiK: that allhef
saw or meant to say was that thvDe"
ocratic side of the House (lncludinr
chairman) was acting under the mdraf
dnrpss nf ranr.ns riiotsirinri anH thkHtl'i
saying so he meant nothing personaPS b
Blackburn then said that he acceeWt
ly. He denied. TioweVerr that he!
acting under any instructions from f he:
caucus and stated that he had rieVer
There was a erood deal of excitemfeiK
throughout! tBediscussion. and lilArW-
burn was frequently applauded on tHfe f
licindfi - v-u
now to be inevitable the committee
roseowithdUt: action son ;he amendnltefitl
and the House adjourned. i mil'
Alfred B. Tuffts is nominated
reOelVgofi ptthhemtiTJeys at Canideh
&,The Senate today ponfiMijed Win. L.
McMillen to be postmaster at l3fw
Orleans ; Algernon S. Badger, colfectior
wjmM V.TiaanSi'x- awn
No Yellow Fever In. New Orleans -Ad
OfSclal Dnrnmpnt. . Mi'W
rom yellow jceverrhave occurred! fteVft1
i : r
durinfffiaM JtfA The statemftnt W
signed by jnany prominent ?itizens;and
U LUC I al bw-Uli! 1 UlU4 i tVj E. airUlfil. IJIl,TiirV '
DreEidenrdf tfie' oS-SfTSfflrK 1W
?CT'S i ?
bioIt gnsbio Ua 4 tola4jtq jcjnioM 'va
viuea Hiuwj neiu uLiui&xuy on Jq riaa
iOUW&ilh Itltai t&VZZs of th
. JLJ L A V HUfl
Ruattan, was attended "dv i
and other prominent officials,
London, a England PcbMnrv
Caue of Geod Hone. The Rtrel
decorated with, flairs, everaTeerlgs fcift?Mg3?iV:
1 mottoesi The,corBoration nreseritirtjM
- fluxuxco j,u tne uuoys wnereia Lne U-Oueri.
.-' the-oWrslbf We twenty.fourt;
: ment. CoL Pemberton
rootSHaati4d4e 3the railwav station
i accompanied bv four reeimental bands.
lanl Rd :roc .1 & tit.
f. y -
ToxrjCiebrKlf v IsJAtJiIioCiI
Delegates to-day adopted the report of
the committee on courts of justice, em
bracing a resolution declaring the State
or v lrginia- BofcHaoie-tor - certihcates
issued uiidertheAalsof,'7l and ?2. for
ojii-uiiuiOt- pteiwoHCjiebt auporiOned
to the State of WesfVircrfnia. excefit S&
aecrr- - 1 1 im mi mi " ' - - 1
pvu wreuf u vivuui.uiuLui dus
omouhlf thaxadfiaa limi be derived from
the settlementw4th iaVest Virginia in,
jEd . fo,the,debt,aa5 it, exsted,f,at-the
lmeox the dismembermemror the state.
The discusswnrdf 'the '-bill providing
for the settlementrof the State debt was
begrmiri'he -Se Bate': to-day- and the
special prwjAndications are that
it Will pass the Seriate without much
oppositiQnuitwtfinie ouse the fight
hblder'ikrthe "Virginia and Tennessee
sUit'againgt 'Messrs. X'arkins and FinJc
feceiveTthefirst n)oned road,and
Others: 'Thfe'ftfonBM-als bill
which, assails-the,, validity "of the gale bf
m State's stock 'and tlie1 "claims4 Viade,
uy.,tuu uoMU ur pnoHC'woriL5,iHiueiMies
iia liauuiueut anu imperative tueuxteeu
millidn dollars rteage, and asks thjatj
" vmnma frtii 'reimesam THiiroaa
I'QOi&aitwr toltS independence
seDdrate trtibt)ertVari'd franefiisfi'dj ! id
, j misp nugne? permiweur'ine peatipn
th f wflfflrt AwA (;atod1ihHHAdav wnnld
tie 'ftfeA 6 Kea h!a!ranMTiBn afttrr
specHitagfntrOtthe; treasury who? has
reoentiy nqturncd trom Alaska, received
a teleeram from Surffeon, Miner, of the
marine KosDital service.' Pucret Sound.
stating tnat the commander of the Jint-
isn gunDpat AJsprey would take his ves
seiironi Vancouver , Island to Sitka if
the (American consul would request
it, YTheiatter declined to take the re
sponsibility. :,,Maj.,, Morris then tele-
i i x1 . ' .Y " - i
iriHDiieu. iAj tne cuijusui lor uaxxicuiara
and tias received.the fbllowinir retIv ?
r V iqtoria, )K U,j ii eo. 18.T-The citi
zens of Sitka supplicated the conunand-
erof .her majesty shin Ospfey for pro-.
jtectiori from the XridUans, representing
ihatiuiQufc immediate protection fears,
of indjscrinvto massacre were inter-
tained.u f The , commander signified 'his
readiness to on ahonicial reauest if in-.
iruciqu tua jtuer bituauoa,was urgenc,
ieqvwu.sk.eu, tu ieceauyf na yi sol m-
jormeu , tne commanaer, h;ine usprey
ien ior oiiKaitMiay,,w. noon.. , ,, , .
, ' - , United States OoosuL .
n response to Collector .Ball's appealj
iui-ia pecrotiuy. $uermau.ua;ueie
graphedito the collector of customs at
Port Townsend. W. T., to direct ;Cab1L
icujftwproceett.ft stka... as, soon as
praceaoifljiu nig essej,, tne revenue,
steamer Ouyer Walpott, anl preserve
, A Railroad &ld for Fire BelUrs.
i iWiLMiNaTQN. u.Dei. ,JFeb. 19. A
special to the Every Evening says the
iXtitieru,,ipuonrHij(roiH was soia mis
mornine at, Princess Anne. Md to the
first moriaer. bondholder for $S,f sub
ject to alien, of ftioOuOOu. ; The sale was
in pursuance of a decree of -tne . circuit
oouri piaryOjissueq January ana
... ' - I .
'ii-iiino y.Aii ir.ViliLMniljf '11 .
narrow: trustees. 'rsf'the' AttahtleMis.
4V 4fUpHW"MtHlV.lirfi UKUHHHRl.T'nul). 1 AU1
cases were continued Uii,JCn u&i
The Naicmtochesr.oaseswereset fot
jFebruary; 34th sh,: ftojijj&sea
pi w -j : fifltreafih neat ' aL' RaUI h :
'i HitJGH, NJCv Fab. MfaThe Senate
xoniayi reaucedtne- salaries -of i' state
offlclalsxas follows!: vernor. ft&OOO:
tgetaatyrj vftfitMs, 02,000 ; AMditor
7ji50:nrasuTer; 1X3.000:: rAttoniev-
Cteneral, 82,000;-Supreme Court Judges, h
CZJOUV. anu m HnHiniroiifwaw wnraitT.ra.
rTAB oM hyiftan, tetteCrohi $wacc&tiKtxml
1 eatanriU' stani j ad jau. throat b4
UebU)dSteesUba fe&tti ilia hitir tn tmnJr A It
HikowaitOjhlserlM leliowActuatrf bfthls
moave. ana a uesire n raueve mUHaff stnrenng, 1
wiH sendTfwe of 'ehareeTto ifiMw dMtr tt thu
f tWWtai JuttoMcttflris far piepavtng'atKi using
a tvv w .
w&vi &nvsxjvj -Will 1
. ui. in I
eeouree of soeM-n
ttahwngOBonr vktUms eve:
hmd lnsMfflanm eflti
T,fr.-'Oll' Mrtntntnarf Tw""nMHr WwnMiAitaiul
eaHbBerlehetof ndtfaooojiat the aau
old iwvKStlQnably be.the most sovereign reme-1
race.- ami uicv-mpuiBiTW'iivuwus
rant one. nleasant m4e Ut'IriJlUurin. cen&
uuu urowjiuacmiNiuncujKairewjiBS a power-
IM ewtlajeiujbjj nervous sys-
bar, j-t---'A - '
Ibe avatage-bl MtibetttaseileCMery rtar, with;
b4t hny reisonaqie eaideiahulung genMtaK
!from the mottllfenteertemii-JLt thlsTs-
m otmi;el(eclaa6H fceuekaeommoi
ffiiCtti IW buntofevety au Hte.-we art
ttW la'fhalalioiLung ouMtf
Set lit' ' Thoo&attlb lte their Tlv8 tot tnU
'been taaeWcuie' whave restabadi
or ' 'flMfroa !tedIMiiBfeftE'c
V ttmmMl ton bf W4onaerfnl
imidrmui t lot tt fix & f
m nraaes iwpuTerdaee hdW( pumy h
.how 'touch medlciaeyeu Jlave bled,' is
apusnea iact mat German Syrup Is th onry seme-'
ta troet there tarei Vt
k sre DredlawMwd, toiJ
mairgevew CbldsFtsetiiea ; oaSi
it.nqmnBiai KAoothw-Coa! Anl.i-riuS
ave noperaonaiwwledge ofBoschee'8Geinm -
!Tup, f o uCq ftould Kay 'toat 50.000 dfa
are yld4urf-year without one complaint Con-'
llllllll if 0W4fT lUJt e-bottlfi. RwulAT- nii8H
J --ii. i..i ano si-. nowTtetr oattaboth .Elans
the An. ... ; i at i tt.i i?..-f.n'
v ' j ov i :,c j uj.
1.0, aua upwaras 'per 'uay.- Aa eltgafitrestaur
An) at moderate prices, is condncted by tjie goteL
IKS OttlB i
i . . . .
I n H i 1 n wteltaMAfM -1
,Oi the T&llow fevfir. Yftn maUAv
f Inabilltt ofthir
rslmRate 4fi fntttfift
. eases or. jAwg.l)iseM0afr
F'K n i iVSx m V . ij
OD BuKhels Seed toii.'
50 Bushels N. CL Irish Potatoes."
Cora.JTour and Wheat Bran.
Baled Bar, Shacks and Fodder.
irr HEAVY GBOCEBTES, AC.
WILLIAMS it FINGER.
A son' core for nervoua debility, prematare-de-
enr. ArhADRtlon. eta. .. .The onlT Tel
i core. Clr-
eulars mailed free.'iJAddreas: J. K,fHEKTES,'43H
Chatham street, N. T.
lis -r : i
CONDENSED TMK; ? ssuia isba&tf flo is ti
NOBTH C ABOUN A ' BAILBOAD. u
: TBATKS K)LNQ BAST.
Bauy J- DaUy
Leave Charlotte, ,
, SL4S ami RJk n m
3 00 pm 5.80am I
Arrtre Golds boro, '
Ho. 2 Canneett at 8allsbarr with WJi.C.B. for
all points in Western North Carolina, dally except
Arndays . At Greensboro with B. 4 D, B. S. Ior all
points Norui, jsasi ana west, m uoiasDorowua
W. W. B. B. lor Wilmington. - i .-
" No. 4ConneetB at Greensboro with- B.AD. L
R. for all point Norm, East and West. ; u ;
.'1 '. .: ;t
Leave Golds boro,
8.28 d m
i V . . Greensboro
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro "with ' Salem
t Branch. . At Chaxiotte wlUv C C. A. tu B for aU
points Boutb and South-west; at Au-L4ne Junction
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury wlth W. N. &Bj K.
dally except , Sunday. At Alr-Llne Junction with
A. AC A. X. for all points South and South-west
At Charlotte with a, C. I
points South and South-west
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday,: 8.50 p m
AAA. TV ..V.U, . WJW 7 "
Amre ureensooro, i.wiuji
' Cenneetlnjt at Greensboro with trains on the B. r
D. and N,.&.BaUioads. , . , .
aUBrwa gays vttihoot cbahgb
Bun both ways on -Trains Nos. 1 and 2, between
New. York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 8 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta. .
' Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro. Baleieh.
"OoMsboro; Salisbury and Cftartottevjand at all
principal potntB 8outh, South-west, West, North
and jsast. ror jsmigrant rates to points in. Aixan
sas and Texas, address
' X B.- HACMTJBno.
Gen. Passencer Agent,
,. Rtenmond va. .
OttAKLOTTK, COUTMBIA AlTD A.06OSIA B. B. ,
-' CoxOTfMA, a C.,jI)ec. 27, 1878
On and after Sunday, Dec. 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule win be run over this
road, Washington time,):
iruAl ,' NIGHT EXPRESS,
t,-HT f i- oxso socth, aa 1.
imve1 Columbia,. V.
Leave Columbia . ;".. .
Arrive Augusta. .
i ! GOXHO NOBTH, No. 2.
Leave Columbia,, ii I ; . , . ' i . . . .
Arrive Chariotlev. . . . t ; ........
Leave Columbia . ;
Arrive Augusta .
Going Nohth, No. 4.
Leave Augusta.. .
Arrive Columbia ...w.-...
. 1 00 A. 11
. 00 I. M
. 0 06 A. M
.10 00 A. if
5 55 P.M.
10 00 P.M.
10 10 P. M.
8 10 AM.
U 27 AM.
. 4 10 p.m.
. 4 15 p.m.
. 8 30 p.m.
0 03 A.M
6 80 P. M
. These train stop only at Port HOL. Rock HOI.
I t niUUHMvi ttnjJtOTfOJ, JLVVUIO, HNV
other stations will: be ; noogmzedi
i stations.. r -i
V Pullman Palacy slee
on Noe. 1 and 2, Gre
intiur and dluwmaHbotri ears
Greensboro to Aneustar also am
Nos. a and -AL New' York to Savannah, via Rich
mond Georgia Central Railroad. . ,
T. D. KLINE, Supertntendent
Jho. B. MacHubdo, G. P. Agent " ,
-THIS5 DELICTOU'3 tUTT,
'i.i . ,J .7 ; ..ij l,,lJilU J ;
Ht'jiU .a;iTk Finest; In market, has Just
lr.!. .... I. V . 1 i t .
&Viili-LtlXJUi.iO Vvl .'liJ lit ti.i.-,.j
: 4 a f . . . r -
PPP'J -KM'! Ma..!BJf..T l-t IRSS,
BEE R R B
of -i"V lvwV9i?.iLifil4wIuT. '
ill vlilj-nr Jt.Mi I s ,d vilify bms i
sh stmplywf these (bra 'Camels to be
-i; i-i fts iq j
; .jrt'joiu .(.; is -f nt;y fei: "li sjfnj
lixiJ sfiimM licxru ifiienJ
.iwiKtil j-mnodt teiuuiiil its inq
I .mlrunq diTrari9n- aont r
Can bo fonnd atRww'a.aTTv th Wahwt TaOy-if
. viui mnt uinuirninff vtin atiii ti .
tmml w tdalll .jr- .moY9I
fn;ifl-TOi-yiir-iTrsnjjd b v.f
iit PeisJ OTwIvervW ufia
I there. Soma
oewmgian9 aqriway9-?Be fotuHtttwra.
Wtia wlthPegraa Ca.fi Rp-ra
lltfldix-irfciil..'rurt'Tr.rn niu.it i.-.-7T,.Ti
in lO BOUR) SUU1U BS UHTOr H.
I CHANGE rOFifiUSINESa. -s a rw.r.w
fM cl Jon ri.rr hoH.-i.
J?T Jwtwsc-j odd
bSliilifia YUrwihii'i bJ muiiia
.f I ...w.. f t. ..u.. , ...... . .
. in. i - t !
aw-jmw! oaU, , eeirlng aotoa-iisnc of
fi fft Ha So ui.i eiXi c-irf j? m mum '
I : .niX'Ii.. rM-nH iu.'niuru WW i . .:
fur aid sand on fldlBas sfteet re r3 be pleased
v.'i w'"." !-i-' .-hi ai!i .feuii
' oJ Tsrrr fV" LT
iuwnuuu imxk ana noe Dusir
Store and Hardware House for
' ' !
uau v m a A A I
Buy jour COOK STOVES .from me, as I have 2
good reasons why the yUldo ygur work Quick aid
Easy, Cheap and Cleaa : i
BECAUSE , , t
They tore cheapest to buy.
They are best to use.
They bake erenly and quickly.
Their operation Is perfect.
BECAUSE - - i
They are made of the best materkd.
They require but nttle faeL
They are easily managed.
They it suited to an localities.
Every Stove Uguatsnteed to give satisfaction
tJeifner TfyoS and Sttth Streets,
.Comer Trjon and Sixth Streets,
(Tin kTil )
CHARLOTTE, N. C
tCHABLOTTEi N. C.
fl. J ClLDWELL:.k..i
This house is permaneBQy eatabOsfted and-oCers.
rai;.j ."Sfil t A -
all the conveniences and comforts of a first class
boarding house. Persons visiting the city will Und
ti! a pleasaaTlOme. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms.
BATES Per dav. transient S1.2K: ner week.
$rt.OO. Regular table, $18.00; board and room
per montn, 918.00.
QBEAr BABHNS TOBTHrHOLTDATS,
J. T. BUTLERS.
f 7. V.
vhfb -d: lis b!a .fld"W
KV Gold-Head Canes and evervthlnsr vod want
'l 1 M J. T. BUTLER'S.
WE DESIRE to call attention to OUB 8TOC
E DESIRE to caU attention to OLOkBTOC
T7 ANCY GOOD C
1? ANCY GOOD O
Ground and Cut Glass Bottles, the handsomest
A OH A 8 TeSTAlHO SHT
fa yJmVriet.T t le Me-bf eWuJU U
Including some novelties, which will pay yflu&t
riOBlja IHI f
FINE FLORENCE and CELULOID TOILET Cases
Pocket Books; also full stock of Engsh aptf
American Tooth, Hair and NaflBrushe1
d3s" ascTi-S waON CO.
T THE CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
Cochrane keeps the best BYE WHISKEY, Stand-
Aad PowLiooora, Three Yean Old, go .
wt- ftentral Hotel Balcon.
Sit-v-w fT41tfv- .
EW LIVERY STABLE.
. . .7. . . ,v . ... . . ...... . ... .
If you want a Carriage -4 Baggage Wagon to i
Beet arriving or departing teams, gototi-KKou
Livery Stable. ... j
goti tKew livery E6 i
gre our motto.
HAMTtfUHiP A IdfTtttVitt Ol
CBBgNf,,. ... : , M . ! f
The fewo totes in the Otter Alexander auMma
on Trade street . J. L. MOR1Dl
-janxatr - .
kjHEBiat 8T0CSi" C
AP1qan,c6rrioy? . ;
v.. ...... Afayix . AV.w.Mi.-
ou4w to fcr iiu. if,.
1st National Bank Building. Charlotte, K. C.
llioU tnHj tt arm; - .
..S10 of Boots Shoes, &c, is acknowledged
to be the best in the State, and we would be pif
ed to have you call and naming for -nnrsaif h.i
buying. PEG RAM 4 CO
atnrjisteSTH OR fS,
begs leave to call the attention of the citizens nf
Charlotte and lMtfMte large stock of
H H O O
H H OO
um laJs hands for sale. It is believed to tc tl e
largest and best stQ
! andbest stock or goo
fof goods South of Baltln orr,
ujation of any p r son
whether wanting oneertifcoraatd pnir. The
stock embraces , . .
from the finest to the coarsest shce made, ifjou
want a pair, or any number of eases, call, and j-ovr
i iAa 4
wants can be supplied.
In this connection the subscriber would state
that if rciwcat)i? ;prlces can be obtained, tb
whole stock, both Wholesale and Betail, will l e
, . ' SM-.rrifi-: i
ltber. together or separately Prcjosttioi for
purchase are seilcited. , ,
J. M. B. REYNOLLS, TiuMte
ChariottBi IfcvUJan. 17, 1878 8weod.
, A Trittttf 'ASH.
We have Just received a tne selectloa f. sucb
Goods as you want Ik ,
Such as fine Lodtets and Chains.
nm atHT&k BftJgMiqiael Buttons, Sairf
tTraHAin tr hjiIam
Pins and anything in the line you may want
CALX. AND 8X1 THXK.
LE ft- fc. A.B R I-Q B . -
From Parts, France,
WATCndfffEB,,ILI)ER and SIL
Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church,
Every kind of repairs made at once at half price
and warranted anajear. Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze Gliding, Coloring SUver-Platmg and Gal
vanizing made at short notice and equally as rood
M Work 4tai lor h trade at low prices
- tEy Apprentice wanted, with premlunf and good
references - (itT.if
Repaired wockmcalled for win be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost ef repairs.
XatSRZSTi asd ckakest stock
- OF EVERY STYLE,
-. i- . j -:v..- -rv.": t
AND IN FACT- EVERYTHING USUALLY
' Of A FUtgT-CLlSS BOOK STORE-
1 L Butterlck's Metropolitan Fashions for Mard
- - -j TIDDY 4 BBOTHEB
H!g i f -r
': III I ll
PCOTOG-UPHS. : V . :;; .
nf th MAutlnn fn the DliOf "f
theorrrtn-sje to order log
my patrons the benefit of the redocjton from
after this date Photograph will be taken at
Pt ! , f H. VAN