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THUCSDAY7fi35uAHY 20, 187f
Raleigh Observer. .
SENATE. I .
. ELECTION OF MAGISTRATES.
Mr. Waddell introduced a joint reso
lution to postpone the day of election
of justices of the peace till 12 m, on the
' 25th Inst Adopted and transmitted to
the House for concurrence. ; j; : .
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. '
Mr. Williamson introduced the fol
lowing important bill, which passed its
first reading and was referred to the
A BILL TO DEFINE THE DUTIES OF SHER
IFFS PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF
That in counties where, the office of
county treasurer has been or hereafter
may be abolished, and where the sheriff
is authorized to' perform the dpties of
county treasurer, the bonds he gives as
snerm snau oe construeu to uicmue ma
v: liabilities and duties as sucn county
treasurer, and may be increased to such
amount by the county commissioners as
they may deem necessary to cover the
trust funds coming into his hands.
"TMrrEaves introduced a bin to charter
the Rutherford and Spartanburg Rail
road CtompanyC and for other purposes.
Passed first reading and referred.T
Mr. Snow introduced a bill to restore
lost records in the' county of Burke.
Passed first reading and referred.
A message was received from the
House transmitting engrossed Senate
bill to regulate the fees of jailers,' with
an amendment, and asking the concur
rence of the Senate, w
Mr, Henderson explained that the bill
.as it, went to the -House had fixed the
maximum fees of jailers, but left the
minimum open. He moved that the
Senate do not concur, and asked for a
committee of conference. - Adopted.
Qni.motionVof, Mr. WlUarnson, the
rules 1 were suspended, and the bill in
relation to the staff of the Governor
""wa$:taken up, The1 bill provides for
the creation of : eieht additional aides
with the rank of colonel, and such oth
er officers as. may be deemed necessary.
suDject to army regutawns-saia offi
cers to receive no pay in times of peace.
The bill passed its several readings and
was oraerea to De engrossed. ,.
On motion ; of Mr. Brower. the vote
by which the bill concerning freights of
railroads and other transportation com-
names massed fits third readme on sat
urday, was reconsidered, and the bill
. . PiTTrwriiP: '
" ; - The following bills pissed their third
o j-eadihg and were ordered to be en-
. Cn-AQ1M1 . . . . '. -!. iH. (;'.'
; ; To authorize the commissioners of
l&cDowell county to levy a" special tax
not to exceed SiOOO. to liquidate the
county debt subject to the approval of
3 " 1 M A - . il J
a majority oi uie cumuiissumera anu.
lustices of the peace.
i House bill to authoiize the commis-
Tspecial tax to pay the county debt pass
ed its third reading and was ordered to
. ; enrolment' The bill provides that the
sum required $3:00 may be raised in
two years, out not more tnat 92,000 snau
be levied in one year.j
On motion of Mr. Davidson, and at
11:50 o'clock, a . message was sent to the
House proposing to adjourn immediate
ly in respect to the memory of the late
Joseph AiEngelhard, eecretary of State.
J On motion of Mr. Scales' , the rules
.., . jwere-jsaspended, and Senate bill to in-
corporate the Grand Iodge of Good
' Templars of Iforth' Carolina- passed its
second and third readings, and was or
dered to be engrossed.
Mr. Harris moved that when the Sen
ate adjourn it do so to meet again at
1 P-m- Adopted. ,
A message was received from the
House announcing the concurrence of
7 that body in the Senate resolution to
change the day for the election of jus
tices of the peace; also concurring in
. the Senate motion to adjourn immedi
1 ' The Senate adjourned till 1 p.m.
- ",n ' NIGHT SESSION.;V' ',JI1
On the re-assembling of the Senate at
1 p. nx,the unfinished business of Sat
uniayx was resumed, being 1 the bill to
incorporate. the, Yadkin Railroad Com
pany, the question being on the passage
of the bill on its second reading as
amended by the substitute of the com
mittee Oh internal improvements.
-Mr. Austin said he had been misrep
resented, in the reports, of Saturday,
""While he favored the bill, be was op
jt posed to a reckless system of chartering
Mr. Shackelford moved to amend by
; fr' providing that the company should
liava nnvl(t lalvir mrn. irntn incfoQ vf
the 5( convicts pjovidea for m the bill
Mr. Henderson objected to this new
feature being, engrafted on his bill. He
had no objection to the principle of tha.
amendment and r thought the; -object
. . could be obtained by the passage of a
puppieiueuuM uuim wuivu mtj question
wf of convict labor might be arranged' sd
as to apply f airly to all public works. '
'Mr, Mebane inquired why two points
were named as termini on. the Central
--ACUlliMUIr ,. 1
' ''termmns 1 at' Wadeshoro a direct route
to -narleston-waa-secured,; irnilsK bf
m the way.Df Rockingham, & djreckronte
to Wilmmftonrwould be had )t ,
After a lengthy debate upon the ques-
.(..i; whether in proportion to the amount of
A s- stock? of 'thei corpotatiori;' ctcand te-
gardless of the interest of the1 State in
volved, or thepublie utility of the wprk
participated in by Messrs. Henderson,
. , , yDayidson, Shackelford, - Caldwell and
i Merritt, the amendment of Mr. Shack-
i elf Ord was adopted by vote; ot 2 to 13.
TLj't "a , The Mil then passed its third reading
' , and was ordered to be engrossed.
House bill in reference to a lien on,
iweive montns.) massed its several
readings , and . was ordered to enroll
Hfinsft mil nriairin(r,ti iriiiinr nrntnlr
o railroads indictable was discussed at'
: j l i . 1 -H
cousuierauie leugm oy -Messrs. Austin
Dortch. Bynum. Hovle. and Graham: of
Mr. Dortch moved to confine the bfi&'
rations of the bill to the Carolina Cen
tral Railroad, a bankrupt concern, own
ed by northern men, in which the State
JDJtainvestea.Jrom:.two to. three rniuion
uouars anaoeen roDoea ox ic
The fttifi Of. the amrment of the Sen-
. . ators'was that all the complaint came
from the people on the' line of . this Car
olina Central, where "their stock iwas
recklessly killed; and where suits re
m,TO suited, and judgments were sought to
be enforced, the officers of the law were
K jnetbv the plea.that the entire road and
" Lits earnings were mortgaged.'and could;
not be touched, and that the only way
in which the concern could be- reacheuf
. was by criminal process. ? aa
Mr.TDortch's amendment iwaa adopt
, d, as also was another amendment by
that Senator confining the operations of
the act to the engineers and conductors
of the road, as it was deemed imrjoaftW
ble to reach in this way the higher offi
cers or the company, who reside proba-
uiy minareas oi miles away. ,
On a call for the previous " question
toe Dili as thus amended j passed its sec
ond readme bv a vote of 20 to R. . Thi
bill was then put on its third reading
. vuu piissea.
HOTJSE OF EEPRESfcJTATlVES. V
,w .i in si u :if v. - . . J t i
tvere introduwd" by Hes; Olive
Hewitt, XtounciVUftharnVkruce, Huff
stetler, Berry, Anderson, Amis, . Carter,
of Yancey, and Brown, of Mecklenburg
Uill in regard to public wharves and
depots, allowing "runners" of hotels,
&C at such, without discrimination,
was explained by Mr. Scott and passed.
Resolution to postpone the election of
magistrates one week came; over froni
the Senate and provoked 1 considerable
discussion, which was participated in
by Messrs. Lewis, Norment, Carter, of
Buncomoe, nawiey ana xuaisueu. ..
'The resolution was nnauy adopted.
a mftsjiaft was -received from the
Senate covering the following resolu
Resolved. That a message be sent to
the House of Representatives proposing
to adjourn immediately in respect to
the late J. A. Enhelhard, the late Secreti
tary of State, and that the General As
sembly attend the funeral in a body.
This resolution was concurred in.
Thfireunon Mr. Atkinson said : Mr.
Speaker, m accordance with the resolu
tion just adopted, I move this House do
NIGHT SESSION. .
Bill to make the prosecutor pay the
costs in criminal actions wherever the
prosecution tafrivplpus, i. ,
Mr. Carter.-of Buncombe, snote brief ?
ty in favor of the bill, andlt passed. ;
rne suDSUtuxe aaopiea ur uio oeuaw
for the House bill to; abolish ithrpffice
of State geologist next occupiedHhe at
tention of the House. This substitute
allows the Governor to appoint a State
geologist who shall be paid by the ag
ricultural department t
Mr. Atkinson moved to refer the mat
ter to the committee on propositiona
and grievances. This motion was dis
cussed by Messrs. Foard, Norment,'
Lewis, Mebane, Anderson and Blocker.
Mr. Atkinson withdrew his motion
to refer, and then the fight came squareta
ly on uie senate ameuuiueuu v"AO
subject speeches were made by Messrs.
.Blocker, JKnglisn and X oard.
Mr. Atkinson offered an amendment
by adding as follows; -Provided, That
the operations of the agricultural de
partment and geological survey are
suspended in their operations for the
term of two years, and the fund derived
from the tax on fertilizers, and all oth
er funds coming to either department
shall be turned over to the general fund
of the State."
The amendment was discussed by
Messrs. Atkinson, Richardson, of Co
lumbus, Amis, Lewis, Davis, of Cataw
ba, Blocker, Barringer. Hines, Dimsdale,
Foard, Vaughan, Turner and Waddell,
and was adopted.
The question then being on the bill
as amended, it was discussed by Messrs.
Reid, of Macon, Foard, Bost and Vaugh
an. Mr. Atkinson stated that he was will
ing to withdraw his amendment; that
he and his friends had had a great tri
umph, as the vote on it had demonstrat
ed the fact that the House at least wan
ted the abolition of both the geologist
and the agricultural department, and
he gave notice that he would hereafter
introduce a bill to carry out this pur
pose. On motion of Mr. Reid, of Macon, the
amendment was stricken out and the
House then concurred in the Senate
substitute and adjourned.
Merchants, travelers, visitors to New York, don't
fall to remember, that In order to accommodate
and save your money, to make war on prices, and j
to fill the largest Hotel in New York, the Mammoth :
Grand Central, on Broadway, will hereafter De Kept
on both the American and European plans. The ,
American plan including meals and lodging $2.50
or $3.00, and the European plan $1.00, and up
wards per day. An elegant Restaurant, at moder
ate prices, Is conducted by the Hotel. .
CBEW JACKSOX S REST SWEET NJLi t
THIS DELICIOUS FRUIT,
The Finest In the market, has just
been received at
RR V Y
B K :TT' Y.
R R V
R R T
C A R A- M E L
A fresh supply of these celebrated !Caramels to be
'"n" DERBY'S.' '4
Can be found at Pefry'ik-' Try the' Walnut Taffy if
'iyou want sometnmgncn and mce.
At PeWyThe- 'very besi tn!the 'Smokfag and
Chewing line -can always, be found there,,, Some
pdit brands 'being closed out very low. tfv.
tising so-vr 11
CfiSpQ - 6if I'-THIS fgfrfr 1 1
Conquer by 1 THishsiaIN ;
CO ttoughtConstah.y con-
ver, Deeausn()-offan:i musfio-josoivej mm
the guilt of hl rlmes(. and the ttthristimV
teadlly. agreed, .and speciallyiananiifaclttiedifer
ji.'.'vfi ,arfmniti .r-tmr ntmv omcwo i twiid
Liu ILM 1 1 1 ( A - . . .. J
(nUenry the-VIil to turn rejected .CojMtaiitlne's
tpeewty naa became the rtdefender, of. the pew.
Faith'! with his six wivesv-tW'flnly outuitng
Seven hundred years before Constantine lived SoW
)&n)?ho bulltja Jf enjplg wh Jut-b))uses, cqur
&&, on 2Q acres of ground, 700 wlvesOO ditto a
iood jAliwDylatlon to. ae .The Queenil
Sheba admire hJs,tjttdowijmnch more than his
magnificence, and significantly remarked that "the
after be declared thnt "all is vanity." bullihlith
ei f oi the wor8hlp,1 ojLjualhtkeUta aid died.
r- jr V. . . r , , . . (
napoleon Bonaparte, on hlsrnarl-ow- escape!
the inflowing tide of the Bed Sea, while passing
through' on the spot where Pharaoh and his horse
perished, exclaimed: civtf 1 had perished hen like
Pharaoh, what a text I would have funUihed OftiuT
i t I 1 J , U. ii A. n , . i
doxy" and C, 8. Holton to advertise his Confectlon-
eries and Groceries atjhe "Rising Sun," on Trade
street, opposite the Market House, where every-
,V.I.. .... . , - "- ' 1'!-
wwuDove lines may vo xrjmid:lliicludlmr
Ferry's Garden 'Seeds.- 'Oreair aniKtaanwi fc-mui
noTpbaccol Toys'.'ftci U. '8..H0L
- - . ..., J i. .J- Mi V CJWW V ilii'i1
, ,T)uiocnanfliom9 copy.
- An 8avutss Eaaks secure?
Thin in x mwstion Af vital Importance to the W.
nostriai Uinrt 01 our country; ana wnue our regis
latures are pondering the question, we would earn
esuy advise every one to take Hall's Balaam for
eoughs and cold. Warranted to cure.
tefalO 1W . - .
Mr. H. B. Stevens.- . .
Dear Sir Since several years I have got a sore
and very painful foot. I had some physicians, but
they coaldnt cure me. Mow I have heard of your
VegeUne from a lady who was sick for a long tune,
and became a.11, well mm tout .Veeettneiand I
went and bought "me one1 bottle of Vegetrne; arid
after t ted usedose botO& thepala. left me, and 4
it began to neai, ana men 1 Dougnt one otner Dot
tle, and so I take it yet I thank God for this rem
edy and yourself; and wishing every sufferer mar
pay attention to It. :
It Is a blessing for health. inn
MBS. C KRABK, Xt
. 638 West Baltimore Street? h
SAFE AND SURE.
Mr. H. B. Stevens?f),!.u lfi
In 1872 tout Vesetlne was recommended to me.
and' yielding , to . the persuasions of a friend, .
I consented to try it At the tune I was suffering
from general debfllty and nervous prostration,
superinduced by overwork and Irregular hablta. S!
us wonaerrui strengmening anq -euraava ..proper
ties seemed to affect my debilitated system from
the first dose; and under its persistent use I rapid
ly vecoverexl, galmnwre uianruauaf health and
good feellngultinee.ttMlBaveriioti'liesltated to
give VegeUne my most unqualified indorsement,
as being a safe, sure and powerful agent In promot
er healur and restoring the wasted system to new
life and energy. Vegetlne Is the only medicine I
use; and as long as I llveI-vw.iexpeetto find a;
better. v, Hours truiy, ,,, . UoUHUi,
, ' 120 Monterey StreeVAljfigliaaT ;?enn.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE.
I 1 .1 i ChalleLtown.
Mr. H. R. Stevens: --'
Dear Sir This is to ;certlfy that I have used
your "Blood Preparation in my family for several
years, and think mat for Scrofula or Cankerous
Humors or . Rheumatic affections it cannot be ex
celled; and as a blood 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.
'MRS, A. A. DINSMORE,
. lty Russell street
VEGETINK , ,
WHAT IS NEEDED.
H. R. Stevens, Esq.
Dear Slr-About one year since I found myself
In a feeble condition from general debility. Vege
one was strongly recommenaea to me by a mono
who had been much benefited by- its use. I pnx
-cured the larOclei and,-after using several bottles,
was restored to health, and discontinued its use, if
feel qulie confident that there is nor modtclne su-
penor u n tor taose onmpiainrs rar wnian n is
peclally prepased, and would cheeerfully reeom
meni it tolObteTwipCfeelttot they need some
thing to restore them to perfect health. , v
ILL. PETTING IIJi -u
Firm of S. M. PettingUlCo., .
xho. iu state siyeet, itoston.
ALL HAVE OBTAINED BELIEF.
South Berwick Me.; Jan. 17, 1873ur. i
ii. k. Stevens, issq.:
Dear sir I nave had dyspepsia in ua worst sorjn
for the last ten years, and have taken hundreds el
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining aw
relief In September last t Mmmeneed taking the
Vegetlne, since which time my health has steadily
improved. My mod digests-wen aud i nave gain- 1
ed fifteen oounda of flesri. . There are-several etb
era in this place taking Vegetlne, and afl nave abi
tamea rener. ----- i .i
Yourstouly; : ot.soww.)
a . v, THOMAS XTtfOCSltE.
' Overseer CardRooms Portsmouth CaMiQs.
Preparedby .J ly,Hrf i
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, 'MASS. '
Vegetlne Is. sold by all Druggists.
! : r Celebrated
VERM I FUGE35
THE countenance is pale and leadj
en-colored, with occasional flushes,
or a circumscribed spot on one or botW'1
cheekst"' tbeeyes!ecoHe.jdiiU:? theWlJlHn.i
. nunils' dilate1 iiret'1SeMlCtrcle H 1 1
runs aione tne lower eyeTiia;t7ine'"i
nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes.
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip ;
nf-raeional. ihaflarli with niimminir' ;1
or throbbing of the ears ; an unusual 4 a
secreuon oi saiiVit ; buniy ur iurrcu
vamia ViAofTt irarti rAii1 wo rtin
5mrames) voracious, with a gnawing,,.,.
iMliiseasauoH hihMiw onan, jatouiers,
entirely gone ; fleeting pains' m thet"
stomach ; occasional nausea and-vom .H,
iting; violent pain tltroTgnbtft)Uie
abdomen ; bowels irregular, at times' !,fr
occasionauy- iaifricuit, and accompa
dry and convulsive ; uneasy and dis-
furbed' sleep; ittH 'glinting of the
teeth ; temper variable, but generally
- arefound-toexist -DR.
C. McLANE'S . VEMffifGE
,1 wMfrto ifyikHjK
I .ration, ft? wzmtetyiMingjM &mesf
n injur to tht mast1trn4fA-imfant.m j , .
i mtifuce i jjear&j the osienatuies.of. C.
''i kiii-i HOllBl-Wf-A. rM I J.rirt nlhrfiitl
JLwtiiS ii-liiroI L
are not recommended as a remedy " Tor :
aJ3rflBKUJsitJta.igerjcishefr to," but. in
affections of the liver, and in all Bilious
Complaints, uyspepsia ana sick neaa-n
4 !' ache, oe diseases bf-tnaV'charftetct, thej
stand without a rival. - - . , , . ... 3
. Nq beter, pathartic can be used prepar
atorv tot or after'takin? Quinine. . t
As a simple purgative they arc' tijgrj
The.pi'nninf! arftTicver sugar coated.
1 lid, with the impression Dk. McCane's
j ivxa Polls,. l4 . , , -t : -.'-s-w
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C MCLASE-ifed I-tJlUCixfa. bM f
Insis.uppn-;Jhayips the, genfune Dr.-'
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
" Fleming JBr"oi.T4fJ3ittsbureh, Pa.,tn nf
ne, differently but-
' Halving purchased a'tikw Rne of Tobacco, at tlie
Oovemment sale, ' "'w" ''';
I am prepared to offer eirtra tBducementa to bay-'
rs.Cfiierljrn mi-4 jTaAnHm ,ii
l.V-."i ;CXTT PROiEERTI JftpBSALU ' -
1 Any person desfaiag to ptrronase we3 Improved
City Lot, House with, nine rooms, and. modern con
veniences, fine Wall of water, brick kitchen;- within
five minutes walk ot the ubliesa,aare,- oaa be ac-
t AAATgg.aTMPLI)KKIJBrysoY wx.'
- i9i ,ifiJi0flT-APROTEJ FOBMv
t It u
T!MntH .il l -ri t.
BotrrgeoWaiMMoT type' on, which this
Johnsm;Jtype fornidrrt rflnuadetoiua, and was
not dlscaBled because nolonser fa for nse.'but on
ly because It became necessary to1 use a different
styieoiiype. h wm ao good service for several
years to come, -tt will be. sold In lots to sul pun
chasers, and In touts of 60 to l.OOOlbs, with or
without cases. Address ' OBSERVER,
jt,ct5 .- rrks'i:- ai(3rlotte;N..C'
mining a' Immigration agency,
For selling and buying. Mines, Lands and Houses,
.!IVH3Wi' f'f i WW "
.: A-n'H- ! -.-oand will.-. . - -. .
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed In my
hands for sale.
At SVMua'l 3TT- .
Charlotte, N. a
LicHTENSTEiN, .... " .
HAS IllRt ramlVAri HamnlAB nf Snrhur (inadi TTla
friends and customers are most respectfully Invited
to cau ana maxe selections so as to enaow him to
secure their choice in due time.
I f s i.
Holton's Bunding, Trade Street, tin. Stairs.
Owlnir tn tliA Btrinpcinv nf tha Kmao T wfiftn tni
taw work very cheap. Will make ftoe suits lot-
910, cassunere suits lor $8. pants or suits snse
rates. I guarantee all my work mo fit -ho, charge.
J)8, A W ALEXANDER'
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON ft COTS.
Dbdo Stork. ,
With 25 years
experience guarantee entire
0HEAP-6OODS. wn.isvfl. ;
HavteiriokoikrUie entire stock(5f isnm
Co,, we will sell jthstockjoft Notions (wnlea were
nought very cheap) regardless of their actual value.
nunue keepnig tneia, and wuq l
entirely out A can win save yea uon-
iwpnw 'sacoessora to Bi Brown Cd-
nMfte91m nl HIT ..-I: o ' n
sjp ALK3CANDER CO i, l'
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
bvll nUaa'i?o') siotsxl etfx rmtiii'(f r-, , -
uouege street, caanoe,n. u. ' .
H3pd-J0q iiifl elqftraT r- iiu;t odw .n un '
Have lust received the kugest and cheapest One.
Wff or nitSGUHToq b'jsta 1))S
.T"i (ADIES AND GENTLEMEN iI repair tt kinds
JJ2Tof Sewmg Machines thoroughly and cheaniv.
Reajember, Itua ne tiamprJ9ut am always la Char
lotte to mkiewok toocLX. W. BRADSHAW
krfeedWnm IhW lL M
, rne mqersaconal Rankjsan j
IS residence oor-
y .,,t ., tt L. .j iJWU.) . if u ra
II a 't
THE GRSlSjX (SC!t lNoRE30a)Y for
lor tlie cure of Scrofula. Scrofuloua
Taint BlieumatismWhlteweTlinE firtnt.
GpjponmvtlQQ, CTonchltis, Kervous
DenJltgAialdl3e6ses arising from an
Impure.ooudon.olJaieJjlofld x ;
The merits of tnlJvalaalidanflorr
are so well known ithat a naaslnenndcA in i
in. necessary w rernina tne reakers oi tins
Journal of the necessity of always keeping a
bottle of this medicine among their stock of
family necessities. . i5f . .... ,
Certificates can b nrwwntAfl tmm Wijuit
leadimr Physicians. Ministers and heads of
If ajnlll tarqaglwut the South; endorsing m
m uiguesi Msrms uie a iuia jsxtraci ox now
da lis. - i... j tti '
DR. R. WILSON CARS, of Raltimom. mi
he has used it in eases of Scrofula and fattw)
er diseases with much satisfaction." j 'il
DR. T. C. PUGH. of Baltimora. rMMmlil
u.v.tM3 h u. m 1 ummriin miiiniiiiif Willi lmp
www uiuuu, saymg u is superior
preparation he.jhas ever used..
M. E. Conferenm finnthira ho h ho. iu,
mucn.benAflttAd,hvlhi uaa that hlwarfntl
recommends it to all bis friends aii a
Qualntarlces;ju'u'" t . 1 ii-r
CRANEN ft CO.. DniMstH at GoMnKS.1'
L . Ivllle, Va- say It never has failed to give safrT iSV -eJ?"U00i,u?,e, nB00tiHi Shoe business at
I n a rn . 1
.mwm m sieiiijmujsw) Mortreesboro,
Tennessee sar it reared him of Riwimuu
Rosadalls lrneVa aenrot . nnaAk
Hon; Its Ingredients are published
UBCtLBKtkiT now ii to Teur nnrsirian and ha
wia teU you It is composed of the stroneeet.
aFimfiTf' innmortf AtVT
tAshtMimtoMAn .... Ai. j
Rosadalls tsaold byaB Druggists.
IIOJIAT Ji.Drr423Ur-' '
T,V - T1
i elma sat
w. www. .
raclumt mid Gltrcstrjarjc
,Hylng met with .:such flattering success )u tne
Wholesale and Retail "Crockery 1
ery business .slnoli 1 1
from the fact that I
opened lost November, and from j
have received many orders from ' merchants in
North and South Caxolina,,Georgia and
I am confident that my success Is certain. ' ;
Owing to the above facts I have been compelled
to enlarge my business a hundred per cent
I compete with any Northern "Jobbing H ase "
In prices, Ac. AH my ware I buy directly fr m the
Factories: therefore It does not pass throu .sec
ond hands, and J, am enabled to Bell goods as low
as they can be bought at the NORTH.
PORCELAIN AND GRANITE,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets we make a Spedalty.
We have much of this kind of Goods In stock at
present, and 10 p few days we will have
TWENTY-SEVEN VARIETIES OF
DECORATED CHAMBER TOILET SETS.
Dinner and Tea Sets In nearly the same propor
tion., Our Retail Shelves are complete filled with
the largest and best selection of China, Crockery
and Glassware ever brought to this country.
' Much care taken In packing. Circulars and price
list furnished upon application.
Thanking you for past patronage, ka, I remain.
Trade St, near College, under Democrat Office, .
Charlotte, N. C.
- Jan. 22; 1878.
-Q CASES HUNYADI JANOS
; Mineral Water: 10 baskets (50 jugs each) Apol
ltnaris, Just received.
WILSON & BURWELL.
Just received a fresh supply of superior Tea.
WILSON & BURWELL,
UIST'S GARDEN SEED.
A large supply of these popular seed, lust reeeiv-
i $200 ra CASH WILL PUECHASE
A Power Prtotmir O Press. Guernsey make, old
style, size of bed 26x4a inches. Was in use until
replaced by a new on!r Address J. C. BAILEY,
editor Enterprise an Mountaineer, Greenville,
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
i L I C I L I C
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
.1 by the
, . EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
O f ABB AgO UETPZIO.
Immediate relief warranted.' Permanent cure
guaranteed.. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians' of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on both
continents, :: The. i Highest Medical . Academy of
Paris report 95 cures out of 100 eases within three
days.' Secret The only dlssolver of thepotsonous
On Add Which exists in the Blood of Eheumatic
and Gouty .Patients. 81,00 a. box, 6 boxes for
5 00. Bent to any address on receipt of price.
" Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad-
unB " - - - - nAOQDuana a vu..
I nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 Clifl-eL.Y.
For sale by WILSON BURWELL, Druggists,
feb 18 ly. Charlotte, N. C.
in rr snii a
' PURE, GOOD AND CHEAP.
WILSON ft BURWELL, Agents.
OTICE TO FARMERS!!!-
am prepared to STORE COTTON hi my fireproof
hufldtog-elther In basement or on the first or sec
ond floors and will give warehouse receipts on
which you can draw money If desired.
Charges moderate. '
THOMAS H. GAITHEB,
QCtia , . - ..... . - ..
ARK ALWAYS BEADY -
And willinir to show Koods whether or not you are
I -readv to bur. L. R WRISTON ft CO B
J vdeclS ' ' - --MV ;
j JILSON ft BURWELL, DBuooism,
Have Jus received,'
, ' Cornstarch,
ns Flavoring Extracts,1
All of the best ojuallty for, retail trade
oeclS. ' , .,. ., . . r
STUDEBAXER 'WAGONS.-- - - - -- -- - -
I am now in receipt of a large lot of the celebra
ted STUDEBAKER WAGONS, all sizes,
ilt -i... 1 , 1 -
fin b on reasonable terras.
.h n.3i .kj -t 1..CAL1. EARLY, , 1 s
supply yourself with the best wagon out
jJi;o!,li.yi : . . 1.1 - . ,
-,; - T. H. GATTHEB
-Jiiit': r-i 'a-w!:
1 I lraoOlAJTION.iJ
f r ':' l'I bi.'lti.it li s
T'iJ? Afi1";!1 nas-vWirnarawn. trani tbe nrm of
simvncior to Vebniarv-lsti.lsn MuniiBfLii nrf
i-actti wlttaPegramft Co. - .4.'. . -
L." vt. -rv .. v. . - - .rt ; , : ,x t f-.-7i-.-A nVATt a a J
x.vjr ,nVA" " A t-" V",
tr .f.5""' , xow,
1 Democrat copy
lucixit- wtt i ft' m r...'imo ,i-t,i ' rj
Tingrelrred from the'1''
r"'f' t l 5
we are jjiow daily receiving a good supply of
0Qr,w on C011 street, we will be pleased
;-:..J:iwourmanyfrIendP, ;' :
Y if -P
nThepopalar menshaiv ' tailor of Battmore. han
arrived in-the citrith laoe-assoitment ot sprlnx
samples' and wnVstay at ilha- Central Hotel for
some aar and - invites his matrons and Hhe; nubile ..
In generate gjr &Hk a eao.n Any aoOee left at t he
?8V: -. , " . .-
CLOTHING HOLD. YOUR: ORDERS.
uown In Cbarlotta will visit the city about the '
15th of February, with a fait and handsome line
of samples for dress and business suits. Including
the newest and most fashionable goods In the mar
ket Hold your orders, and remember the date.
SE HE-NO TEA.
HE-NO is Tea In Its natural condition, such as
the Chinese themselves drink, and for the follow
ing good reasons is sold only In original pound and
half-pound packages: ' -
It is the most convenient and economical style of
package. ?. -;.:t. -.
It Is weighed and packed where It can be done
cheapest and best '
- It can be easily Identified by the consumer.
It keeps tiie Tea better.
It prevents adulteration In America.
We are the agents for HE-NO Tea In this city,
and ask our friends to give it a trlaL If not satis
factory we will cheerfully take it back and refund
the money. L. R. WRISTON ft CO.,
feb 6. Charlotte, N. C.
CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
For Standard Pure Liquors.
FR SALE. A large lot of Magnolias, Grandl
floras, Evergreens, Roses, Tube Roses, Ac,
from the well known Florist and Nurseryman, Mr.
J. M. Bonnot, Of Norfolk, Va.
; MAXWELL & HARRISON,
Auction and Commission Merchants.
rpo BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Bids for
x the construction of the f ollowlng buildings will
be received until the 6th of March, next:
: " One Brick Block, first floor containing two store
nouses, mayors and police offices, with an oper
- One Brick Block, corialnlng nine store houses.
with two stories obove for a hotel.
- Plana and specifications for first named block
may be seen at the office of G. L. Norman, archi
tect; also, for bote! block at same office on and af
ter the 24th tost Buildings to be completed by
1st of October next Contractor to give bonds.
Right to reject any or all bids reserved.
H. E. HETNTTSH,
R. L. BOWDEN,
W. C. CANNON.
Committee for Town Council.
R. L. BOWDEN,
W. WASH THOMPSON,
H. E. HETNTTSH,
Committee for Building Association,
feb 13,1 m.eod Spartanburg, a C.
SPLENDID LINE OF
Fine Teas, all grades, Just In, at
BARRELS WHITE AND RED
Fresh. WILSON & BURWELL.
gPLENDU) HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS !
A grand combination of the entertaining! the
useful and the beautiful, with fine art engravings
and oil pictures In each number. Price 25 cents,
post free. Yearly S3, with an unequalled -premi
um, two spienuia ou pictures, kock oi Ages ana
the Lion's Bride, 15x24 Inches, mounted on can
vass; transportation 50 cents extra. - Send postal
card for full particulars. Address W. JENNINGS
uj&huiust, it ast I4tn street, N. z. ix not
fall to see the splendid February No.
feb. 4 dAwlm.
LACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost by the barrel, by
TNE FRENCH BRANDY,
wines and Whiskies lor medical purposes, can
be had of WILSON ft BURWELL,
IF YOU WISH to engage hi an honest, genteel
business, and make plenty of money during
uie nouaays, sena your auaress w
RANDOLPH ft CO.,
BUSHELS FRESH CLOVER SEED.
Also Orchard Grass, Blue Grass, and Lucerne,
- Just received by n -
: WILSON ft BURWELL.
BY MAXWELL ft HARRISON,
Commencing at 7 o'clock, p.. m., and continuing
1 i ' t ' .... - t i . . . i i w i.M J . : ...
every bight until the Stock is disposed .
JOIN your hands an friends of taste
ffiyPM only tijbestls placed. L -
T3I3ASE step in, my haU inspect, '
HEAR It, yoqll see.rnore than youll expect
u s-. r", ;.f , v ; ''
n. :-. fii
.1: .JpRENCIL German, Dognestic Brandles,Wtne?
. ililiV 3 j. Iuj.o -i iUjilici it U ,
l i.CCCH 5an(rt1cli novel and p Mteel's good,
" OTTArNft'lB-rblrf. Mont itelMnha fctml ".
i-.T110.ii i.-iin ';.iXj - jWU 'ii ju " 'I'iTS-:
,TJ"AVINO Cheese andflsiteocetartgpoi Hare,
aiQ4.TAKT judgment ad taste most rare. A, .
O - ...r7 r .' v. f r .!. ,,. .
O Kit nrnniVriir, Una a It, (n a jWrtfr-a --.
w WW wjyv M9 .1111.1. 1
i k i. tii XiACH lip be takes proves what be thinks.
-SLvwl TEAM WHISKEY, f DURHAM WHISEE AT" every variety of subject and artistic tteatment-.P,1-IURHAM
WH1SKEY.4BuHAMWHI8EB Xv Zlorfs Herald. Boston.-' rrTT1? """"
1 .i!-. ."ul'i ,t ,i'f .nmfo'-mi I uoJ' i "fboWMarxT is potent agency lor the dtesemi-
. if, i- 1
, Richmond, Ta Septembirtb; 1878,
- TTrtj.Tn in io -r-Tij.-m s?.
I bars earefully tested sample of ."DurhanrRyef
Messrs. EUlronft Harvey, andd'lt Tree from
aouueraaon. . it is an excellent article f Whiskey.'
and ailOCB ther SUltablfi for use -im- a Iwmnum nr
"., ?r r ? . 0;.r, UMvnemisw -
t i ThlR annerlnrnT.Tl VTBsnni wrrrcinrv
aver o'WAwie. m TwiiW HL
-ow. dealer, bvVJilpte, Nort Carolina, (Hop
gla, Louisiana and New York City, and not. a
. -1. . ---- ' ' U!i' -ll! )l,Vl
gle complaints having come to us from any one of
them, and many saying It lsthe best article they
ever, handled, .-,we feel Justified In recommending
, Hone 1 genuine unless tearing our trade mark.
Call for "DURHAM" at W.'b! COCHRANE' 8, Cen
tral Hotel, and all other first-class houses. .
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most as general and heatty w tterteSLIt
though tlie progress of the magazine hwheen.
U has not nchSi 1 edKorg w.!
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and the masazine m nwiftir fu. 4fi .'
Si. NicbolIs stands - -, "r
The arraneeniAntit frat titan . ..
drawtag from already favorite sourmf
rrom promising new ones. Mr. Frank R Stock
ton's new serlaTstory for boys, 04008
"A JOLLT FKLLOWSHIP,"
f.'ww60 the twelve monthly parts,-be-'"Jhe
number for November, 1878
rst of the volume.-Huid will be Illustrated by Jas.
fw& Th ,oim.one OI adventure
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unuedtaie, - - - , .
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