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SfhC (hatlOtt0 WuStXQtX 1 xjqual power and jurisdiction as Superi
w v 'or Courts, in criminal cases, passed its
TUESDAY, PEBUUA1JY 2C 1879.
'- - TUB IJBGISIA.TlTltE0JI .
. rBalelghNews. , j
""""" ' SENATE. 'P '
Mr. Bynum, from the committee on
the asylum for the insane, presented a
report accompanied by f a . billf which
were ordered to te' printed-'! ti:rL ;;
Mr. Dortch, from ; the committee, to
ascertain the number of bills now be
fore the General Assembly,' of public
importance, reported $ that there .-, were
on the file of both branches some sev
enty of such bills, and in the hands of
committees probably ; as i many , more.
The committee propose to report fully
FEES. OF JAILERS
Mr. Henderson reported from the
committee of conference on the bill to
regulate the fees of jailers, and the re
port was concurred in. The bill pro
vides -an allowance per diem for pris
oners hot exceeding 57K cents.
Senate ilxilr to incorporate the Farm
ers 3iJanlc of -Milton, Caswell county,
passed Jts several readings with an
formable to other bank jcbarters. '
House bill toegitamatize certain col
ored persons bora previous -to January
1st, 1868, (giving the right of inheri
tance passed its several readings.
House bill for a stock Jaw for Iredell
county passed its third reading. -
Senate bill to amend the act incor-
noratinir-fiock Snrtntf Camp.
f Jnftitln-rowntr.1 Third readme
House' Mir to-protect the State's in
terest in public works was taken up.
Mr.',DillsrdexpUuied that the bill
was to prevent the public officers from
becoming contractors on the works
with:1 which they were connected. - The
biUl&sjed itsTw Yeral readings, but the
re-referrt. perfected. ,,n
Senate kill to amend the charter of
the town; of Denver, Lincoln county,
also passed, and was ordered to be en
grossed. House bill to punish treasrui ers of be
nevolent and religious institutions for
the wrongful appropriation of their
trust funds, passed its - several readings
and was ordered to enrolment.
House bill to change the site of the
town of Sparta, Alleghany county,
passed and waf ordered to be enrolled.
Mr, Scales moved to suspend the rules
to put the bill concerning the Western
(Coalfield) Railroad on its third reading.
Agreed to 23 to 10. ' 1 !" :
Mr Ilnderpon moved' to pbstpbhe
the further consideration of the biflrtill
AVednesday next at 11 o'clock. - Reject
ed 23 to 20.
Mr. Williamson moved to adjourn.
Agreed to 22 to 20, and the Senate ad
journed till 1 p. m. (
----- NIGHT SESSION.
i MrJ Mebane presented a report from
the feoinmittee on the State debt ac
compauiieu vy n urn, tt hich yvcic wuw
nd r tit be nrinted. and subseauentlv
made the special order for ii o'clock to
i On motion of Mr. Graham, of Lincoln,
the bill to provide for the collection of
the tax on spirituous . liquors (the bell
tfuncb bill), was made the special order
ibr Tuesday night at ociock. ;
.; JffiESXEEN RAILROAD. .
' The bill Jin reference to the extension,
Ac, of the Western (Coalfield) Railroad,
the unfinished business of the. morning
session, was resumed,
Mr. Mattheson offered, as an amend
ment a new section, to come in before
section 10 of the bill, providing that the
public treasurer be prohibited from pur
chasing the $50,000 worth of the first
mortgage bonds of the company unless
the company shall.-within nine -months
from the date of ratification of this act,
survey and locate the road west from
Greensboro Winston or 8alemr tip the
valley of the. Yadkin, by way o Wilkes
boro, Wilkes county, to Patterson, in
Caldwell county, and put 100 of the con
victs, assigned by this act, to work upon
the road so surveyed and located; and
continue to work, them thereon in, the
construction of said line of "said' road.
Rejected.? r i a .r : ' f : r -j -
i Several amendments were offered but
failed to pass.
' The bill then passed its third reading
by a vote, of .19; to, J9, President Robin
son voting in -the affirmative, as fol
lows wrr.TA2 K.Tuir .-r-.i.ito: .-i
Ayes Messrs. JPresident, . Alston,
Black," Bledsoe, Brower, Bryan of Pen
der, Bull, Cjkldwell, Dancy, Davidson, I
iSrwuv , Everett, McrJachern, Memtt,
Duplin, DiUard; Eaves, Eppes, Graham
of Lincoln; "Graham of t Montgomery,
Henderson, Hoyle, Lyon, Matheson,
Mebane MitchelL Mayo, Red wine. Res
pass, Waldo, Ward ana Williamson 19.
The following-bills, etc- were-taken 4
from thealndar and PassM thffrwr
House bill to. incorporate the; Bank ot
Ashevuie, Jiuncoinoe county. Enrolled:
Senate JbilLto . preventLgambling'irt
Senate-4aH ,.xelaUveio'. the? pubaei
roaos or juecKienourg county, passed its
QSXitiBblUxvi r Wit $ao w-rx-':t- J'fsoj J
. Th Mil to define the jurisdictioa -of
justices of the peace was made the Spe
cial oraer ior vveanesaay next at li
.The Senate then adjourned. .
"A A. 'J ' ' 'it.jlt. ' V
.rSLQViti OTiREPRESENTTlVES. f
1 " 'A . ;;a An-' February 21.'
Bill to provide Ifbr1 keenlnar in repair
the public roads of the State, placing
their control in the hands of the jus
, tices of the peace in each township.
This bill was discussed by Messrs.
Boat: Qarrirhterand Vaucrhan.o Onn
provision is that no personrshall beie
quired to work more than ten days per
' year on the roads. -This Mr. Vaughan
opposed, as did Mr. Amis, because some
counties ( require as s much as ; SO days
work. - , . J
' Remarks .were also made by Messrs.
Mr. Ellison-eff ef ed" an ainetfdment ex.
- road duty. This provoked a discussion.
, but was voted down. The bill then
r, passed its readincs...
I jrpji fai aid iiLjtber construction. the
Winston, Salem and Mooresville Rail-
,: roadit passed ita second readme.
Bill in relation to the citv of Wil
mington. Continues the time ot the
Mr-Scott, spoke, against the bill,:and
Mr.-Jonesin its favor.""-" "J ' -'
The bill was further, disenraed hv
Messrs. Jones, Clarke; Scott, Lamb, EI
uson ana nines. , - - r
Mr. Scott moved that the bill be made
the special order for Wednesday, and
upon this called the ayes rand noes, but
li iuu. uub prevail. . xiie vote men re
curred upon the passage of the bill on
its second reading, when it passed by a
' L .11 in relation to charees bv rom!
Tr.: ion merchants on sales of prod hop
net 'ly and properly incurred, passed
J. VWU14Uq9 CkJLWZk DVUirj UOVUOD1UU,
'ryENTNO SESSION," " 5'
, Tlie" calendar was ilaced at the Speak-
Bill to establish a graded school in
U&Darrus cuuuty, ikuscu bcwuu Kr
for relief from tax of 50 cents pt r
hm on fertilizers, reouiring the State
Treasurer to refund such tax to eyeryj
county which bos paid such tax, passed!
'Bill declaring 280 pounds to be a bar
rel of tar, and that it must. henceforth
be sold by weight, passed. ' T 7 '
f Bill to prohibit the driving of cattle
from Georgia, South Carolina, and coun
ties east of the Blue Ridge, to counties
west of the Blue Ridge, passed its read-
inAt 10 P-m- the House adjourned.
SENATE. ' '
BUSINESS BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY.
Mr. Dortch, from the joint committee
on the calendars, reported substantially
"Nunber of bills and resolutions pend
ing in the Senate, 376, of which 10 were
considered of pressing public impor
tance, viz : t :i J".- v- '-
1. Providing for the support of the
institution for the deaf and dumb and
the blind. .
2...Tonbolish the insane asylum and;
to incorporate the- North; Carolina In
8. To repeal the law providing for
tlie sustenance of lunatics outside of;
4. To commute, compromise and set
tle the State debt
5. To regulate railroad freights.
C. To prevent extortion by transpor
tation companies. ' .
7. For the creation ana regulation oi
industrial and provident societies.
8. Concerning official bonds of sher
iffs. 1 'i ,'.' -
9. To provide for the working of the
public roads. k a, s-
10. To provide for the completion of
the Western Asylum for the insane
Number of bills and resolutions pend
ing in the House, 472, 16 of which the
committee consider important to the
1. For the relief of the land-owner
where his land is sold to the State for
taxes., . .
2. To prevent the reckless destruc
tion of fish in certain streams.
3. Concerning salaries and fees.
4. To provide for the collection of
taxes on the property of corporations
or persons doing business in this State,
whether said property be in the hands
of a receiver or not.
? 5. To require the xise of a history of
North Carolina in the common schools
of the State.
G. To exempt certain personal proper
ty from sale under execution.
7. To make slander of women indict
8. To punish the abduction of child
ren under 14 years.
9. To establish courts, inferior to the
Supreme Court, to be called "inferior
10. In regard to practice in criminal
11. In relation to judgment on appeal
from justices ot the peace.
12. To prevent seduction of women
13. To define the jurisdiction of judges
of the Superior courts as to granting in
junction, restraining order, and appoint
ment of receiver.
14. To provide for tlie registration of
certain deeds and other instruments of
15. To prevent the carrying of con
16. To modify bills of indictment in
Mr. Dortch also reported that be
sides a number of other important bills,
&c., in the hands of committees, there
were several yet to be introduced af
fecting the public interest.
The report.iwaSf ordered to be print
ed and t ransmitted to the House.
House bill to aid in the construction
of the Winston, Salem and Mooresville
Railroad Company passed its second
reading, and was referred to the com
mittee on internal improvements.
The special order, the bill in refer
ence to the State debt, was on motion
of Mr. Mebane, postponed and made
the special order tor Monday at 11 a. nr.
WASHINGTON S BIRTHDAY.
Mr. Bryan, of Duplin, moved, that in
respect to the memory of (George
Washington the Senate da now ad
journ. Mr. Mebane, naif of the day being
already : spent in work, moved as more
appropriate that the State Treasurer
be authorized to pay to Mrs. Letitia
Walker, of Kockinebam. the sum of
$50, for the erection of a memorial of
arms of North Carolina" for Mount
this amendment. Nearly every other
State in the Union had its coat of arms
i ik. l . : l r ,ir i .
in uie uihsbm; iiuiue oi w asuiDKLOTJ. a
call had been- made-ti pon -the distill-
guisnresefau'ftt9tour State tm
tne M0tmt erntm'' Association" fMrs.
Walkert to fill the blank left for North
Carolina j and he trusted there was 'i jioi
a man in tne- ueneiarAssembly who
wouldfallto.Tespond to this call.
i Mi-. Dillard feelinelv and eloouentlv
supported the amendment, of , Mr.. Me
bane and it was adopted by acclam1-
won, ana sent, 10, xne. xtouse ior concur?
renCc"i'J"'',"?,J "' . ji. ,:- jo--iJai.
Senate bills toauttrorlze the" cotrntv hr
T J -11. A a x . I . A . .
irtjueu'vtu iraiuia -utati, raiiroaa.-. debt.
iassediurd reading. i( s . ,u
nouseoiii 10 exiena me time or re
deeming arid sold, to the State for taesr
was recommitted:1 1 r i
! Mr. Mebane, by leave, introduced a
resolution of enquiry as to the amount
due by the State to persons for the sup
port oi ouisiae lunaucs.
nnjitiMaemfadjouiel4 ;; ;
X HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, i
Aft iinhfr. :: . m k: dvM eorjiary ;23
Bill to create.- sinkine fund. for! h
payment of the North-arolina- Raii--
road coimctjon ,bondaL was dMrnssed:
dj Messrs. iprl.rtttfiifiheombe,
Lmdsay Vaughan Cookftoard. Mr.
garter. I aBuinxbef moved to. print
tne .Diifeanaiaejtat bensweredidjost
it passed, and abo its final'readinff.
Bill attthprizing the ?ilworkmg,!iahd
LenoiiViCaldwell & iWatanga and iklt
Airy c -gkPjqsjitassed its
Bill; to continue iniofflcatha mayor
ana commissioners pr tne city or vvil-
minirion, unni "ineir successors are
properly elected, passed its final read
ing. r - - . - -
Besolutioh to adjourn' at 10 p. ni to
day in honor to the late lamntl
GeorgeWashingtoni Mr,TrneT thought
RAPirftrV-rhlVr lrrialQr-a bet- niinvi;
they had done so littleand went on to
give some reminiscences of the father
or nis country. ' The members were un
patriotic, and, voted to table, the resolu
tion. - - -
BiU to amend tbe charter of Wades
poro, Anson1 county, passed -its teaxi-
. Billdefining(the jurisdiction of judges
oupcuur coun-ay to issue oi re
suming orders aad injnncticiiis; and ap-
'Bill t BTtftTirr -'flip? Plt-nrtlQfQ 1A-
11,.. . i wT' r rVJTHUiM(p VA
;BiU to amend socUon. 9f ehapter255
lawof-1876V?TI. as to th f5mv-f
!.'Powurts in the' eighth
judicial district, passed its readings.
j.. -a. mcsage was received from the
trtivemot. in retrard to the prosecution
of Swepson and Littlefield, requesting
that the , treasurer ; advance money
to "witnesses who are too poor to at
tend, and was referred to the judiciary
committee. " - 1 '-"1"'
At 150 p. m. the Honse adjourned. ,
Body atching. in Fntoo County..,;
IMonio Express 3 1' v - r-r
I A few davs aero-some negroes living -
nn the oid J8vkes place. J:our mues eatt,
ot towiii noticed marks about the grave
of Mr.' Svkea. a gentleman wno naa,
been dead for thirty yearSr which seem
ed to indicate that 1 the grave naa re--cently
been opened ; for; some ; purpose.
Mr. JohnSy kes a well known citizen of
theounty anda a e son of -the deceased
gentleman, was apprised ,ottherdiscoTr ;
ery, when he went to the" graveatoriA-j
vesugace, ana lounu muicauousiw muu:
satisfied f him'lthatVsUChVWaa -flrt ifact,'
but to make aurance doubly: iiu:er he I
procured hands and again proceeaea to?
cing 'tif tnelr Veharacter, were found ;
large roots: were? found to have been
cut irir two, and a portion of one side of
ine comaywn.icap w nearly penwuj
sound, waa broken ofL t The reason for
this act of vandalism Is unknown. The:
only circumstance which throws any
light upon the mystery, - is the vremark
said to have been made by & negro who
was jecently in the neighborhood,' that
ii he possessed the Done ot a aeaa per
son's leg. it would -enable mm to- per-ii
form an ything Which he desired..
Qnlckei the ClrenlatioB.
DonHletUie Wo6d stagh!ate to your veins." Ton
can prevent its dfef jbf Inoreisnif lts Tdluma
and parity, by stimulating the digestive organs, and'
encoura0ng asslmllatloB, xwtoh that "matchless
vitalizing agent, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters. Peo
ple not afflicted Wth- any "organic or Inorganic
dlfleaseT ero wan and haggard simply becaosa
tneu Diood is tmn, watery, aenaeni innounsaing
properties and so. Sneagee in' quantity that the ex
tremities are very imperfectly supplied with It, and
the superficial circulation extremely feeble- Hence
the .bloodless appearance of the countenance,' Bui
when the Bitters are used to enrich and Quicken
the blood, the rosy hue of health returns to the
cheek, the frame acquires substance as well as
vigor, the appetite Improves, and no digestive
Qualms interfere either with Its gratification or the
8utsequent tranquility of the stomach.
An old physician, retired from practice, havlnS
fid Diaced in nis nands dt an ' isast
ary the lormula oi a single vegetable remedy, for
the 8Deedy and Dermanent cure for consumntlon,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for
nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested Its wonderful curative powers In
thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make It
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human -suffering, I
will send, free of charge, to all who desire It, tl
recipe, with full directions for preparing and using
in German, French or English. Sent Dy mall by
addressing wllh stamp, naming this paper. W. w.
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, New York.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WinstoWs Sooth-'
lng Syrup has been used for children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
The Death-Bate of
hir country Is getting to be- fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with'
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from the most Insignificant origin." At this sea'
son of the year especially, a cold Is such a common
thing that tn the hurry of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending it and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lorn; trouble has already
set in. Thousands lose their lives la this, way ev
ery winter, while bad Boschkb'b Gxbjias Stbuf.
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
the Throat and Lungs, Boscbxe's Gxbmix
Syrup has proven Itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its kind in medicine. Every Druggist In thhv
country win tell you of Its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a single
Good cheer for CoBsnsiptives.
There is a form of consumption which was better
Indicated by the old fashioned name of "decline. "
it is the dreaded scourge of some parts of the
Southern States, elalmlng more victims every Tear
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
oi tne yeiiow lever, ine malady arises from the
Inability of the patients' system to take up and as
simuaie me nounsning ingredients oi the iooa
that is eaten. Some years ago the medical profes
sion with remarkable unanimity, agreed that Cod
Liver Oil contained the most concentrated and
easily absorbed elements of nutrition. If the nau
seous taste and smell of Ihe oil eouJd be avoided it
would unquestionably be tn most sovereign reme
ay mai ever snea a neaiing Diessing on tne human
race. And these repulsive properties are success
fully removed by the union of pure Cod Liver Oil
with the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda In
Scott's Emulsion. The combination is a most ele
gant one, pleasant as sweet milk In flavor, conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power
ful yet gentle tonic of the brain and nervous sys
tem. JISSOLUTION. j
S. S. PEGRAM has withdrawn from the firm of
PEGBAM & CO. All persons who owe the late
firm, prior to February 1st, 1879, must call and
settle with Pegram & Co.
we will continue the Boot and Shoe business at
the same stand as before. First National Bank
building, Charlotte, N. C.
February 2, 1879.
Home and Democrat copy,
QHANGE OF BUSINESS.
Having retired from the
We are now dally receiving a good sfepply of
at our old stand on College street we will be pleased
to Bee our many friends.
We make Grain' a specialty.
LONG & BROTHER. , ,
. A Power Printing OPressv Guernsey makeold
style, size of bed 26x4- Inches. Was in use until
replaced by a new on5 1 Address J.C.1 BAILEY,
editor. Enterprise an Mpujitaineery riGreenvllle,
! SaNidtf ' it .
W BITING SCHOOL; " " "
j Ri S. Collins will commence a' writing' school 5 m
the rooms over the Traders' National Bank, on
Tuesday evening. February 25th. at a -O o'clock.
and teach a class of ladles and small boys, through
the day, and gentlemoe at night
I Terms $3.50 per scholar tn advance for .fifteen
lessons, or days; ha succession. , Pupils to furnish
ineir own siaaonery.: Appiy 10
; feb 22-8t , v . , H. B. WILLIAMS.
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY;
For selling and buying Mines;- Lands and Houses;
A4vertlse free of cost, all properties placed in my
1 , . . , hands for sale. .,- .
t'f . r:
. : Charlotte, N. C.
),. ;!( ( i . i ;iO J i i i i t
The Grand Central Hotel on Broadwar. NT Is
a big house, and It takes a great mans people to . i
fill it. Tn nrrifir tn rin th n?l -tv i;pH'
everybody, the hotel is now kept on the both phtaa.'; jfi ALL- AT Lr -; v - V.' i vr ii- t ,Ki i 1
the American at S2.60 to $3.0andaieKuropea,Ly,;. - -f7V -ill' t j.i "l T fij
$1.00, and upwards per day. , An eltgant-restaur-, .
ant at moderate prices,"
i, is conducted ty tne-noieiA i
patent Wiivctsy; C
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: ftVil -a:- rpf tf!i"7 .1
Baltimore. Md.. Feb. 13. 1 877. .
Ir. H. B. Stevens. " ' . "
Sear Sir-Slnce. several rears I have cot a . sore
aad very painful footv , I had some physicians, but
they couldn't cure me.t Now I have heard of your
Vegetine from a lady who was sick for a; long ttmew
ana Became ivu wtuv ifom your vegeune.auu 4
went and bought me one bottle of ' Vegetine; and
arcer t naa usea one Dome, tne paau len me, ana
it began to heal, and then I bought one iotner bot
tle, and so I take It yet , I thank God for this rem
edy and yourself; and' wishing everr sufferer may
spay attention to ft ... -,-.j w..m -
liiaaotessingiocneaiui.: . '-:'tY f J1''
-ri j 1 MRS. C KRABB,
,,. :f , ., 638 West Baltimore Street,;
i'-. ' VEGETINE,: ii ti -i i-
Mr. K B. Stevens ui x;.,u ,iv:.l v$
In l872 your Vegetine was recommended to me,
and- yielding t to.'.-the perBuaslons of a friend
I consented to try it At the time I was suffering
from , general debility and nervous prostration.
flunermduced br overwork and irregular habits.
Its wonderful strengthening and curative proper
ties seemed 10 aoeet j my debilitated system from
the first dose; and under Its persistent .use I rapid
ly tecoverea, gaming more than usual neann ana
good feeling.-" Since then I have not hesitated to
give Vegetine my most uhQualifled Indorsement
as being a safe, sure audpowerful agent tn promot
ing health and restoring the wasted system to new
:e and energy. Veeetine Is theonly medicine I
use; and as long as 1 live I cover expect to and a
better., ,yourstruly,, ?1.f,,s ?yi..u. uifAJUt. f r
120 Monterey gtreet Alleghany, fenn.;
t!!".r,i! . '. ..l; Kill
THE BEST SPBING MEKICENE. -
v: 1. . , .:.'; ChaileStOWn.
Mr. H. B. Stevens : 01 -H rivvtinUK-n i
your' "Blood Preparation m rny 'family for several
umors of iRheumatlc affections It cannot be ex
celled; and a a blood purifier and spring medicine
it is the .best thins I have ever .used, and I have
nsAd ahmrnat rBrrthlnr.j T Mn cheerfullv - rramtn
mend it to any one m neea ra sncn a meaicme ' ,
MBS. AA. DtNSMOBE," :i
" ' Russell street5
WHAT IS NEEDED.
Boston. FeD. 13, 1871 '
H..B. Stevens, Esq.: : ''.; ; ..'.'- . ;
Dear Sir About, one year since I found myself
in a feeble condition from general debility.'- Vege
tine vfsa strongly recommended to me by a friend
who- had been much benefited by Its use. ' I pro
cured the, article, ina, arter using several Dottles,
was restored to health, and discontinued Its use. I
feel-quite, confident that there is no medicine su
nerior to H forthose'cottDlnts for which It is es-
pecIaIyepCf6dV and wuuld'cheetirfully recom 1
mend it to those who net mat iney need some
thing to restore them to perfect health
r Tlrm of S. M. PettiogQl C6.:,
. No. 10 State styeet, Boston.
ALL HAVE OBTAINED BELIEF.
' South Berwlek; Me., Jaa 17
H. B. Stevens, Esq.: a ; ;.. :: -.u .
TJearSlr4l have haddysnerirfa In its worst form
I for the last ted years, and have taken hundreds of
aoiuuv, vuna 01 oHauaaa whjuhu umjiiiniin auj
relief. In September last t commenced taking the
Vegetine, since which time my. health has steadily
improved- My food digests well, and I have gain
ed flftn.oundi of flesfLl There are several oth-
ere to this pTacd tak Vegettoe, and all have ob-
'. ' THOMAS E. MOORE.
"Overseer Card Booms Portsmouth Cols' Mills.
H. B. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine Is sold by all Druggists.
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. C. MoLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis or Lirer Complaint,
PVSPKPSIA AND SICK HEADACHK.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PMN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometinw thcpain.is m .the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extendi to thejp of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheuniatismnarrn SXpx
ach is afiected- wjtJii loss, jappetite
and sickness ; the bowels in general
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax ; the head is troubled with, pain,
sation in the bflteilpam&Tlfiefe'iSni :K
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied WrtJi thful Sfensatibii'
of having left undone something which I
ought -to' have beenvdon&? 'sigh3"!
ary cougn is someomes an aueBaanf.'.
The patient complains of weariness .
and debility; he is easily-startled, his '
feet aye "cold or burning, "and he 0617
p&nnsiSf a prickly t sensation outivs
skin ; his spirits are low ; and although
he is satisfied that exercise would be
bdrfcfieiatto hitar yet he pan stfaMelfT
summon tiprf fortitude etttrugh td try ift-
ln- tact, ne distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above jSymptoms attend
the disease, btaf cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body after death, has
shown the liver to nave been exten
si vely deranged.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the ' most 1 happy Results.' - Ko ' better-'
cathartic can be teed, preparatory to,
or .after- taking Quinine, t We; -would
advise all who are afflicted wit& this'j
disease to give them a fair, th lax
For all' bilious derangement ahTp
as a timnlf- nnro-ativp. thf-v are- M
as a simpie purgauve, tney are un-
BEWAHE OF nUTATIOXS. . , .
; fThc genuine are never sugar coated.
- Every box has a red- wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Dr. McLane's
Liver Pills. . , . .
The genuine McLawk's7 Liver Pills -bear
the signatures of C. McLane and -Fleming
Bros, on the wrappers, 1
Insist . upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's' Liver Pills, prepared by '
-Fleming Bros.v,-of Pittsburgh',- Pa.,.-he -market
being full of imitations of the"
name McLane, spelled differently but
same pronunciation. " .
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They always lave a good draft?
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BECAUSE J l ' ; .
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They pe suited to all localities.
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This house Is permanently established and offers
all the conveniences and comforts of a first class
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It a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms.
RATES-Per day. transient. ST.25: per week.
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per month, $18.00.
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Taint. Rheumatism. White-Swelling. Gout
Goitre, Consumption, Bronchitis, Nervous
ueomty. and ail. diseases saruuz rrom a
impure condition of, the blood.
The merits of this valuable Drenaration
are so well known that a passing notice is
but necessary to remind the reakers of this
journal Of the necessity of always keeping a
oouue 01 mis meaicme among ineir stock or
Certlflcates canbe resented from many
leading Physicians, Ministers and heads ef
families throughout the South, endorsing in
the highest terms the Fluid Extract of Bosa-
dana. - ' .
DR. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore, says
he has used it i.i cases of Scrofula and oth
er diseases with much satisfaction."
DR. T. C. PUGH, of Baltimore, recom
mends it to all persons suffering with dis
eased blood, saying It Is superior to any
preparation he has ever used.
BEV. DABNEY BALL, of the Baltimore
M. E. Conference South, says he has been so
much benefitted by Its use that he cheerfully
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CRANEN A CO.. Drueetsts. at Gordons-
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isiacuon. . , .
j SAMUEL G: McFADDEN; Murfreesboro.
Tennessee,,' says it cured him of Rheuma
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Rosadalls is not a secret duack DreDara-
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package. tnow it to your nnjsician and he
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blood Durifler. Did our 8 Dace admit we
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ly or by reputation.
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For sale by L. R. WRISTON & CO.. Druggists,
r Charlotte, N. C.
febl6 lw f
SMITH'S WORM OIL.
. Athens, Ga., December 8, 1878.
A few nights since I gave my son.one dose of the
Worm Oil, and the next day he passed sixteen
large worms. At the same time I gave one to my
little glrL four years old. and she passed eighty-six
worms from four to fifteen inches long; .
. W. FrpHILLIPS.
Worm Oil lor sale by Druggists generally t iPre
pared by E. S. LYNDON, Athens, Ga.
Price 25 centSi .feb21d&wly.
QONDENSED TIME. '
NORTH CAROLLNA RAILROAD.
TBAIKd GOING IABT, . .
Date, Nov. 10, '7&
5.30 a m
9.30 a m
8.20 a m
3 00 pm
No; 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.CR.R. far
all points In Western, Norlh. CaroUna, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. & D. R. K. for all
poinis j onn, Msi ana west ai lioiasooro wim
W. & W. R.Bifor Wllmrngton ' i Hr f.-
Na 4- r Connects at Greensboro- . wttb, fi. & Di B.
R. for all points North, East and West
Date, Nov. 108'.
Leave Goldsboro, :
" Grf eii8boro
12.25 a ar 10.50 am
No. l-Cottnectt ar 'Gree'nibbW ' with ' Salem
Branch. . At Charlotte with C, C. &A. R, R. for all
points SOuth and Southrwest: at Air-Line Jimctlon
with A; A cTaI- . Rarlroad for aHpblnts SwKh add
South-eaaui fc.-i ,jhj JiiUiiiU'KL viti lit Kiit;
No. 3-nnects atSbaiTjpa)W1v N"yC. & JL ,
dally except Sunday. At, Alr-Lnie Junction with;
A. & C. A. L; for aft1 r&Soujknkl Sonth-est-At
.Charlotte 1 with' O.. 1 C. Aj!fil&ad'fot All
t potote.Sput anft South-west , ; j 1 0 , ,
Leave reensijoro, dalrykoepiSuhuay, 18.8fy m
Arrive Salem,u: . .?.! -i mj ;? ia605m
Leave Salemr V " " , , 6.45 am
.Gjeensborp, , H1J
: mlj fliaKPDfftjCAB&yrrBPtiT'CSAiieB.jii!) -ji
Run both-was7 oa ': TraSik' NoiiL'aad:2, -betweerCi
Kew York and. AUanfa via, Riclunon
and Charlotte and. boflf tsaf a im-TxainffNos. 3 and
4 Deiweeff ew ioik ana savannah viaiiiciimond,
Charlotte BBdiuiBustaiUi 1 irD-) Jot! oJ
xuEougB: xicKeis. onpaie at ureensooroBahsgh.;
GUdsbonv,allsbuiy .and. Xarlott&j.and .aH
princlpaf6mts Soutli; Soutlvest; "West' North
and. East? JBVjt' Eml-antT&tes to points la Axkah
sas an JBexffefMieasot rrr .Bi.i.t vnim
i - v a. jnuxvJH u xwiw r.
4ov20"fii nc ill . X!Blchnwn Wi
QHARLOTTE,.jCLA;liJjro . AUGUSTA
.s: . ) -(tCtoi4iM;CyDee.2TJ 187$
: Watii aftei?daB&Jf S.tfdtf'
lowing passenger' schedule win ba rUn-iovei thia
Leave Oxarlatieu t i . 1 6tSiL k
Lealumbialw. ,'0vUU . 4ySf4 OS'Ai
Arrive ceiumuia.aviiiqi'.ai. .&'. J10 00 M.
t l-MIT Mil NlilTTW NH.X
Arrive vonimDia. ' v.nr" qflf m.
iLeave Couimhlaic&ts tea o? .uii i W
Arrive Charlotte... ,. ..4wjtr-pfJ
'These, train ston ; only I at Fbrt. JI111. Roetc' Hill.
Chester. Wlnnsboro. Bidgewav. .LeesrUle. Bates-:
purg,RldgeSpiing9, Johston. Trejitoa and Granite
ivllle.- - All other stations Will' be'TCceeiiized as flair
statlonsj Oiioieul JisfiJ tiaobtfy A -7 wa jiiRJ
j jjtruuman ruacysieeping ana orawmg-roora cars
on.Noa. 1 and 2. Greensboro to Ausustai also on
INofc S and 4. New Yoi -to1 "ftMrannaW.rl' &W.h'
.mond'tt Georgia-Central BAilrotidJioiriiKjf vr-m
T. D.-EXLNE) Superintendent v
iu,uw, f.. Agent, a -
Offifce In tne Signal Office, over Traders' National
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ieDi,iwJs,a.ri,1;i;iit (r.;j. -tJ. .s.,,
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- - Having removed his office to ttie ' first floor- over
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all hours during the day, and at his residence cor
ner beventn ana uuege streets, at night, .;a
feb7 3m .
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