North Carolina Newspapers

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Stye Charlotte bonier.
'THURSDAY, FEBRUABY.2I,a379,;
TUB tEGISIiaTtntEfOT:.-
Raleigh News, .
SENATE.
, February 24.
PETITIONS
Hfi. AiAvander Dresented petitions
from Citizens f;I.f;Historv ptSTorth rroliUaitf the puttie
nnmhA ramntteS.'- HSmHSTZOT
ment of a stock law.slief erf ei srtmw i
GOVERNOR'S MANSION.
Mr. Moye, from a special committee
on that subject, reported on the erec
tion of a Governor's residence. The re
port was accompanied by a bill carrying
out the views of the committee." It was
proposed to continue the commission
Governor Jarvis concurring therein,
though he desired no house f orhiniselt.
The bill limits the cost of the proposed
building to $25,000 m case a new one
shall be determined upon, and to $15,
000 should it; be determined to repair
and refits the . old Governor's mansion.
The report was ordered to be printed.
i STATE DEBT.
On motion of Mr. Mebane, the special
order; the bill to compromise, commute
and settle the State debt was postponed,
till 7 : JO o'clock p. m:
STATE TAXES.
On motion of Mr, Alexander, the bill
for, levyirg, equalizing and collecting,
taxes . was made the special order for
Thursday next at 10 a. m.
! PROTEST.
Mr. "Williamson, pursuant to notice,
presented "the protest' of himself and
other Senators : aarainst the passage of
the bill tb change the name of the West
ern Railroad, and to authorize its con
sohdatiorx; with the Monnt Airy? road;
etc.
was
protest sltJqstatecli,' 4ie said iwhat was 4
not'sg ahtlthbWd hot lie" permitted to
go on -iwjM4Fiw;y t,BLumi) ai WU-.
sidered it Jibelous.aaid said it 'contained
statements tfaat wereMse;; v.1,
Mr. Williamson raised the point of
order that Mr. Caldwell Avas indulging
in language unparliamentary and im
proper. Mr. Caldwell said the protest was a
libel upon the road ' v '
Mr. Davidson concurred in the point
of order on the employment of objec
tionable language in the protest.
Mr. Williamson produced a recorded
protest fo show ; that the language employed-therein
justified that used bv
him.;v . .
Mr. -Caldwell, . whilst conceding 4he
right of protest, insisted that it did not
include the rieht to make , an aretitrient
to which ho opportunity-was giveii ifor 1
Teplyyrfor aidn admnxs! a unseraoie 1
stump speech being injected into it,
The resident n- la that tne language
of the protest was ' unparliamentary,
and said a protest should be confined to
a statement of "the reasons prompting
it. ' ' - " " ;
Mr.(.Williamson, whilst bowing to the.
decision of Ihe chair t drew rattenjtion to
claimer of all intention to wound? the
intention to wound rthel
feelings of any Senator .voting in the
juajoriiy. itjue coiMuuaeuuy requesting.
lermission to withdraw the protest for
the present, with a view to some modi
fication. Agreed to.
, , CALENDAR,
Senate;: bill to amend the charter of
the town of Salisbury.
The protest, which was quite lengthy,.
reaaj5y:tneierK . , v v , ;
MteiCaWweut warmly ,as&auet;dihe.
UlOUUi T . I
the Ctarlpttejand lylorsyjlje llailroml
uompany. .
These bills passed second and thud
readings and were ordered to le en
grossed. Housebill to lay off and construct a
public road in Wilkes county. Passed
and enrolled.
House bill to regulate the practice of
dentistry &c, passed second reading
and took its place on the cale Jdar.
Senate bill requiring clerks of all the
courts of the State to account for all
the: penalties and forfeitures coming
into their hands, passed its several read-,
, K VENING SESSION,
The Senate again met at 7 o'clock;
. tniE STATE fDEBT.; II
qcxs urn- x"."Si,xniin.i.- ajisrarHiulu, uouecieu jaige sinus oi inouey
The special order was- at once nrer'f ment exercises at the Academy of Mu
ceeded with, the' Senate bill' to om2fsic, but althOTich thervwrnff ladies havt
promise, amimute-andjeltihetetfij
debt, tne questionr being; on the . tuaxlito $300, ; the schodl committee has posf-
reading of the bill, censidered,'by?eJ
a. oy' sec
WW
On motion of nMr, Mebane . the StetA.
section wad endetf by exciuaijig clierf
bonds issued, f orthe. constructipnof the
section prescrirjevtte'jfirstelasa ofllnd so sav their si stir-ml. tl.M r
bdrrainprijfRjseir
per cent.
4U1 t9V
n4ar Jssuediit)fi to .1861 ,
except those Ift'oWn 66hstttfction
bonds of the North Carolina Roadr
Mr. Anderson moved t'AmehcV'se
tion four. ,bv,i Drovidintr . that all bonds
exchaned'icwftber'w.b)iid AhaUibeii
siirrenderedWitii ttH theeitfKms sat
tached.;, AdoptecL, frgttftfat
lion waa tneu agreeu.ow bmjrt hum
5ecflpns. 5, 7,8, 9; TO and ill were
agreed to without amendment. r. ,afKJ,T
The remaining sections ot. the biu-rr
from -12 to -17 inclusive were -then-
agreed to without amendinentyandthei
, question recurred on tbe bill as amend-
ed. '' iln.v J Jk-t'iJ;.. vji-'iJ. .
There was quite a lengthy discussion,
after which, Jlr. Everett , moved the
previous' questW,1 whiclr wrkis'agreed
to, and the bill then passed its third
reading and was ordered to be engroB'.
ed and sent to the House. Ayes 25,
noes 14. j xr:iM KKi:
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAL.
Tne'sidndj epe6iall)fdcr,the bill to
exchange the stock of the State for
State bonds, ,was , tak,en ,up IThe, bill
proposes to authorize,the pmte iiew
urer to receive 350,000 of the bid bonds
of the, State with interest, in exchange
for the like amount of -fetate'Btock in
the company, urxo:H -ft owji
xne vote on tne tnird readme result-
ettyzaff 32, iiuys iu."
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. '
i .,: ., . February 24.
, . -'Biiiy'3::
were.-, introduced, , .by Messrs. Jones,
Brown of Yadkin, ColwelL Etheridee,
Orchard, Davia of MadisonCarter-ofJ
Jiuncombe, CobbCooke; Kichardsorfifj
Wake nnrl Arrtriv , . i '"'J
- CALENDAR.
vBill for the relief of !J;H: tfoxi sheriff
of Perouimans couityi who was robbed
n.4hflJdprh.n!Ay y7,fiA?, dhn by him I
iob istata taxes, was referred to the
committee on propositions and gneK
ances. f--vf ;- .y?.-
Bill to amend law in relation to con-
viub ; wuia. uu liuuuaus w wiiiuii me
State has no interest, bjr alloing'thifr
noara oi airectors to pay a bonus to
the State instead of givingi a first' lien
for this labor. . Mr. Foard said that it
would give the State money for the' la
bor on these roads. The bill then mass
ed its second reading. .i i rr t t rr j
- - Bill to prohibit the 'cairvlrr 6f IbU
ceaiea weapons. a long nst ot Arkan
sas tootn-picKS, siing-snots etc is giv-i
en. while the razor is put down as dead
ly, and the pocket-knife is declared noti
uangerous. aaewm was maae special
order for to-morrow, - i'
1 . A t At -A f ' 1 '
liin to prevent tne seuuciion or wo-
" ' . t , i - . -- mi i
meTU-TDdixinih vmav. iiueDui -was
argued by Messrs. Clarke; Cook- Tm
ner, Carter, of Buncombe, X ork, Vausrh
uer, ui.w,wt umiwuiTOi a via., v ugn-
an and Jones. The latter moved to ta-,
Lie the biU. Upon thiieay
were cauen, wubu: , iubi, An
amendment was then adopted, that if
the?
woman the proceed-
Incr shall be auashed.
The bill men
nsawd its second reaefin.2..
Uill for the relief of land-owners,
whfcrtf fttie land Ms not been sold by
t.h Statfl for taxes, allowing such to
I redeem the lanHtt? twelve months, by
I paying 10 per cent. cost. Over $17,000
, worth of land has been. sold. The .bill
! passed its readings;" '-'P ':f.
mil to prevent tne Killing oi nsu uj
exploding dynamite in the streams, etc,
passed its readings.' t .
iiui to auinonze ine use. pi .
schools! aa a textlwfcpassed' its read
ings. " " ";' " iT' .
' Bill to make the slander of women in
dictable ,and punishable by imprison
ment; passed its readings after a good
deal of discussion.
Bill to punish the abduction of child
ren' under 18 years? passed Its reMrngs.
iBUl to prescribe degrees of kinship
wit.hin whih nersons mav not marry.
1 jdaking half-bfpodjvhole blood, passed
irareauings. , . ......... T
i 13111 to amend act m reierence io in
ferior courts, was tabled.
I Resolution providing for the publica
tion of 20,000 copies of the report of the
State geologist and the proceedings of
the meeting of Northerns settlers at
Charlotte, fo.; distribution iik other
States. Messrs. Ardrev and Clarke
Spoke of the importance of the puWid
tiers are, treated jiercs, which refutea the
stories 1 circulated by a porUon0of the,
.press. Mr. .Lindsay ocerea an- amena
ment that the cost be paid ty thede
partmenc oi agncuiiure. messrs. a.t
drey, Clarke and Blocker opposed this
and it was lost. Tne resolution men
passed its readings.
r i Bill to amend the law establishing
Inferior cburtBO as tO'ive;he right
of appeal therefor to Superior courts in
questions of law only, passed its read
incrs. Bill to amend law in reference-to a
peals from justices of the peace, passed
its readings. 1 jj
' ; Bill to provide for the better proof of
ileedafixecuted put of the State, allow
inff clerks of courts of record full pow-
r in such cases, passed its readings.
EVENING SESSION. K- fq,,
Bill to establish normal schools at
English, the introducer of the bill, ar
gued in its favor. : If appropriates $500
for each school. Mr. Buchan offered
an amendment providing for the like
sum to a school for whites in Golds
boro. Mr. Jones feared the bill would
prove a dangerous precedent, and op
posed it Mr. Carter, of Buncombe,
thought that these schools should be
provided in each congressional district?
for both races, to be paid tor out of the
school fund.
Mr. Mebane moved to lav on the ta
ble. Ujvthas Ah& ayes and nays were
culled, when the bill was tabled
by a
votenof 56 towi
Bill to incorporate the town of Hick
'oiy, Catawba county, passed its fiha!
al
reading.
At 11 p.. m. the House adjourned.
Cm.ftdeiaio Money Aliro.u!.
, Wash ino ton, February :M. The
joint resolution iiUroduced by Kepre
sentative Jorgensen and directing the
President to cause an investigation as
to the runds belonging to the so-callod
Confederate States on deposit in the
Bank of England or in the hands of
private citizens in Ureat Britain, re
cites that it is believed that the so-call
ed Confederate States, while exercising
the authority and holding commercial
relations with the government of .ng-
1 1 11 i.l 1 . . t
States and deposited the same or some
part or the same in the liank ot ling
land to the credit of the so-called Con
federate States., and. that ..a. portion of
said sums of moneys still remains in
said bank. Tlie resolution ' authorizes
tlie President to take action to secure
the same, to the end that it may be paid
to the citizens who served as soldiers or
colored men who worked in the fortifi
cations or served as teamsters in the so-
called Confederate army and Who were
disabled.
Desperate ifcurg Lad;
Its.
A desperate condition of affairs pre
vails at the Philadelphia formal School.
The sweet-girl graduates want tJ hold
their apptoatching annual comrhence-
offered to pay ajl expenses,, amounting
l trvely pitmbited itvnid they will bare
rirveiv Trnommted it.'Kiirt thev witi -hava
1o,readtheii
eir graduaupn, essavSjjn. juie.
hall of the mrmarscli'dbtwM
ncn wonT
begin to hold aU::ther yotmff rmitlefftettM
Who flesire tn b Trppiit. nn t.he nofA.
sins and their aunts.
' IheTrpeWay to Inr Uorate
i The true wayU QvfigoUufi feiMi system Is to
Infuse activity into" the operations orthe"stoniacB7
fhat wondrous alembic In which the food&tirfnV
latacasorovK aitautirsosMtttrr Sfciflaeh
wmffismaimsk
tad-afeiappetbai bMttoimeratlKtas a!4s to dlgt
vepbdwfilsf aotLkldneys, ensuring thmiscaM
-rt? 'Ii ".' ....... t . .. i ' ... k-
as mm as snvucoratAd ior lt2;itsdnifiTH
4'tiiad!mahWfest fnb'm!m5i&,fif:
ChafgBtJT wery3ihiyslcal function, and fefflafc-Ctie
bylejldemlcs. WfcBul1jSS(
.
I There is a f orin of consumption which was better
Indicated by the old fashioned name of "decline."
it Is the dreaded scourge of some parts of the
ouuuient Duties, luainui) sr imre victims every year
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
of the yellow fever. The malady arises from the
inability of the patients' system to take tin and an-
simllate the nourtshinf V""!:
na is eaten. Homee'
slon with remarkable v
JLiver OH contained 4 tuHt concentrated and
ieaslly absorbed elements U miirltlon. . If the nau
beout&and sllth! bevoided it
Pd JnfHepiJPlly fa Wpifn sovei ? ;n reme
dy that ever snea a lieallng blessing on ;Ue human
race. And these repulsive properties are success
fully removed by the union of puretfcd Liver Oil
with toe. Hypophosphltes .of Xlme atid'Soda In
ocotrs mulslon.' Tbe combination is a most ele
gant one, pleasant as sweet 'milk In flavor, conge-
ami w we stomacn, ena.acang airecti as a power-.
xui cucuuo ivuic yi vuc uruui ana nervous
sys-
tern.
Our country Is getting to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out 8xyreasnkbie'ca,esulmgeneral-
ly from the most lnslgnWct orlgln'At ils- sea
sua ui me jeni eapeciaurvflUilit u aueU a cemmoa
JHiln;that In the hvmtt'!&lWl&ty$f
tu uyoriwM nits aaiigera anenmng n ana onen una
too late, that a Fever or Lung- trouble has already
setlri.- Thoosands lose their lives to this way ev-
TWwinterj .whfle had Boscbxb's German Stetjp
been taken." a cure would have resulted, and a large
bllrfrom a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs,1' Boschtb's Gebman
plBCrjhaa proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of its kind In medicine. ' Every Druggist in this
Uwaitry win tell jpupfJia wonderful effect Over
.uo Aowiesj Mm la jfifr
without a single
lauure known.
. Y;u?
Kewarkable Kesalt.
It m&VAA nft iYlffavanAA km Mn-nw w..ni
a raiiTwj .i. """ l,rlcu' " now an es
SL"f CDu "uima Devere iias settled on the
iK'nv Q'Jvln?c &c, who
sen sr.z r-' uu!"yy "ju
o.;m . wiiuoui one complaint. Con
sumptives trv just 'one bottle. - Regu1acl2e3f5
tmtA. sold by all druggists In America, " '
the man marry
o whlchhaTrlve - . f v6'1 . CLan E 3 LIVER PlLLS
cases ot Lung Diseases It irtoetoere-art yel - bear tne signatures of C. McLane and
'.IIpfisaadsof Derom ri-r an- rMii'M ; FLEMING. Bkos. on. the wraDDeVi..'i at
wrnoMa. . . - . . ' . . . . .. . immm
The Grand CentraVflotef 6&ea4way, N. T., is
a big house, and it takes a great many people to
All it In order to do the latter, and to, ulease
everybody, the hotel Is now kept on the both plans
the American at $2.50 to $3.00. and the European
$1.00, and upwards per day. An elegant restaur
ant at moderate prices, is conauctea day tne noiei.
.TTEGETINE.
TTER OWN WORDS. J-
i : Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13, 1 877-
Mr. H. R. Stevens: .saziM i-li ' ;
Dear Sir Since several years I have sot a sore
and very painful foot I had some physicians, bat
they couldn't cure me. NoWT have heard of your
Veeetlne from a lady who was sick for a lone time,
tH hAmimA nil waII frftm vaiip VMrpHnA artrt I
went eBdfoaght.!9e tonebottie&ege&e; aiKPf a
alter l naa used one Dome, tne pain len me, ana i
it began-to hear, and thea IbotightdM' other tePM'
ue, ana so l iaKe n yet i inanK uoa ior inis rem
edy and yourself; and wishing every tilferer1mayM
pay attention to it.
f MRS. C KRABEJ A3f 2
it la a nioaainir TnT npair.n
; 38vHQSscsammorHie(.
SAFE AND SURE. .D'i
Mr. IL R. Stevens:
V . ntfn XT ai . .... . . .1 . . .1 ' A JJ't.'-i
in iota your v okcuiic nua recuutuicuueu, vutuo,
and yleldlne to tne berstialons of alrtehd.
I consented to try It At the time I was suffering
m jT.HIi J . I . L "-
superinduced by overwork and irregular habits.
Its wonderful strenethenlne and curduve moo4
mes seemed to aaect my aeDUitatea system isom
tne nrst aose: ana anaer us nersisieni use i rapia-
lf recovered, gaining more than usual health amLi
ttod ieeune. since tnen i.naye jioi nesiraxeaxo T
give Veeetlne my most untmafifled IrHlOTseinent,
as ueing a saiet sure ana powenui ageni in numoK
mg neaitn ana restoring jne.wasiea sysrenvro new
life and enertrv. V
use; and as long as I live I never expect tOvfindai
une is- inv ouiy meaicine x
120 Monterey' SrieWAtagliafiy5 IPfeSS.
VEGETENE
THE BEST SPRING
III I J J J
tnanestown.
)
BlrrWThts! luu certify tnaC-1 Jbeam used
your "Blood iTeparauon in my lamiiy lor several
years, ana tnuiK mat ior scroiuia or uanKerous
Humors or Rheumatic affections K7 cannot be ex
celled; and as a blood purifier and spring medicine
It Is the best thing I have ever used, ad I have
used almost everything. I can cneertuiiy recom
mend it to any one in need of such a medicine.
Tours respflctfnlljiflA.H
MRS. A. A. DINSM0RE,
' 'iTTiiiaBosBeU street.
VEGETINE.
' WHAT IS NEEDED.
Boston, Feb.
H. Stevens, FMH ;' "'"'"
13, 1871.
Mil
Sear Sli--Abottt amBcyearstnea i fsundmyselti
in a feeble condition trom general debility, vege
ttn mcs strangryrecoimBended tomety-friead5
wno naa Deen mucn Denentea oy us use. i pro-
rairwi ma nrtic b. ana. niHrynsmfinrsMMim mnin
was restored to health, and discontinued its use. I
peitovtD It far those eomptftlot to- whlobtt lsw
pecnuiy preparea, ana wouia caefemuj&Beoaaii
mend it to those who feel that they need some-;
...... ... ... M. rz. ..r,.i..i.
FeBminn
VEGETINE.
ALL HAVE OBTAINED RELIEF.
South Berwick, Me., Jan. 17,-1872
H. R. Stevens, Esq.:
Dear Sir I have had dyspepsia in its worst form
for the last ten years, and have taken hundreds of
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining any
relief. In SeDtember last I commenced taklmr the
Veeetlne, since which time my health has steadily
Improved. My food digests well, and I have gain
ed fifteen pounds of flesh. There are severaloth
ers in this place taking VegeUne, and all have ob
tained rener.
Yours truly,
THOMAS E. MOORE,
Overseer Card Rooms Portsmouth Co.s' Mills.
V EGKTINE
Prepared by
II. B, STEVENS. BOSTON, MASS.
VegeUne is. sold by all Druggists.
jano
45;Years Before the Publid M
-- THE GENUINE '-
Th tt ju - ibdiitix ii ..4 :-,iJIiil S
CELEBRATED
U t U i)
LIVER
a O O O Y J A. ri
FOR THE CURE OF
epa
is, or Liver complaint,
tMttxt ntfT
DVSrKPSIA AN
AND SICK KSASAC:
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
!'.ha.; t.-ui 1
PMN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side the patient is rarely able to lie
on hers8e'fitiAmemgSr4h' .xu&t&ii
is ieit unaer tne snouiaer Diaae, and
it frequently extend.to" the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom--4s
arTected'itniIosy of-'ippctiW
and sickness ; the bowels in general
faredstite,i9ome1iiite!5 alternatrVftS-HJi
lax : the head is troubled with pain.
accompanied rivrith a d all;i heavy ; sen-i j
sation m the back part. There is gen
ewUx.ondtrable loss of memory,"
accompanied with a painful sensattdmb
6ffiMBrr j
ought to nave Deen done. A siignt,
drv coueh is sometimes an attendant.
'The3 p-aWnPoMMaiSs "of eriness
and debility ! ihfciStfeasjJjtjStartled, his
Teet are cold or bummgranTdthe-cpnt-
plains of a prickly sensation 6fnhe
skin ; his spirits are low ; and although
he is wfiSd' (hat 'Cxerciseuldlfe
ben56gabtchim, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
'-Mfattf4U( distrasts - every ', remedy.
bevorai ot tne aiaova eymptams attena
the diseagfcutfcases. Jiaxe pecurred
where W brtHenrxrsfeflrtxam-
shown the liver to have been exten-U
AGUE AND
FEVER
T, Ui-lCvANES , LIVER, i'AWXiW
JT" i'irf- "5 r-'I ji
CASES OF AGUE AND EVEJieflvy
teft wm yuinin&are rooucuve ott
the : most happy . ulsJtevie.ejt
-cainarnffican oe useti,treparatomio1'
Qrauex "taking Quinine.' WwbuMs
disease to grye thm a fajui trial. '
For aU birefhents, and
."as a' simple "purgative, the rare : tin-
equaled. . ailLrt
wuii.uiui.w iJiiiAMUASvnir fro
gumnn; jjjl net
Every box has a:,red ilrelF;6ilrtHel
. lift, with f Tia imnrpcciAn . Tio .TLf fT a ur'tf
LIVER f ILLS.
3S. on. the wraDDeV!?.(
ti .M i
upon havm?" the eenumefiDfli
CfMcLAN es'TXver FiLl.s; rinjgaft)ai
Fleming Bros., of PittsburgV Pa. ihl
market -bem fiiHidfOiMUK-lSiil of the
p&rzeftMney Apgydrerehtly but""
sunt Ukvuuuvwuuu, '., :,:.'-rz-r-""
TmtlOTS. M. J
m
PIliLS
-tin-' i.n'rL-i ? TTr3'Vi'T'i
ter Crackers, 6 boxes Family WasuIngSaap,jaesf'iJ
- Also 1 fine Milch randiK m&tfifc w&a -Cow
with young odfrforsaie low. t?t 3
DUO aof en irAtTKIDGES WANTED. 4,
dec29 L ,
r m mi TH !
JpAMELT GROCERIES,
nrr
I have now In store a full supply 01 Groceries
leYanif
family supplies. . . - .
TWtKfeVfeTi"
TTJJoTTbRXEisI TtJREETSt"'
Pure Broh very large and fine.
XL,ffOHJ.e S. M. HOWELL
eb8 '
JOTICE TO FARMERSTir"
4inp1uSTCrjTT
building either In basement or on the first or sec-
id floors and will give
warehouse4receSt8 on
which you can draw money tf desired.
Charges moderate. ' " - ."
-KWrUiV Xt THOMAS H. GAITKERj,
pet 12
IbOO Bushels Seed Oats.
tfl :'it-: l (
a 50 Bushels N. 0. Irish Pi
uorn, fiout ana wnjjat
Baled Hay, Shucki and
t3LPviiU'2 -f-Jt i.-.'-.a
I BATVgcERm,W3n
Ut received and tor Safety hf!i ,rtlw"
eb.01879.
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C 0 T T 0 M d 0 M I B S 1 6 W1 M K B C H A K t
octl2
Jj B. ALEXANDER3 CO.; "
generIl tscMMfsSbtESc
CoIlege,Sli'cnolterNTc,',k'
W 'soilcieSurthec ooh ,
ussjyao an wumyr w x
oheipleasedikAuc'
BOCERIES' CHEAFEB'THAN IYER.5
NEW GOODS!
NEW FEATURES !
Come to me for 'Bacon, Corn, Sugar,' Coffee, Mq
lasses, and other-Family Groceries.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da-1
vie county)
BEST RYE WHISKEY.
Also a fine ot oX
- Aii gooa&aerawijntfie city rree or charge
i yets atxnT
w:
1GER,
Next door below Wilson Black's Old stand. .
, apis. : : ..
TX&. D. O'DONOGHUE. ' nj(
Offloe i 'ti the SigmUloiSceT'over Trdoratibal'
Dout,uniituw. , . i .,
Calls, night or day, wm receive prompt
febl9,lwk,d
BATTLE, M. D., "
r ramovedtik office W'M'oat. over
all hours during the gaA aalat hk rfealdieace, jpox-
feb7 8m . ' '
HAVE
Just received a fresh supply of superior Tea.
WILSON 4 BUEWELLi
: Jan30 -
CASES HUNYADI JANOS '
Wl idrtv .V.) ttoMMri Of !-.. '
Mineral Water; 10 baskets
(50 jugs each) Apol-
Snarls, Just received.
WILSON 4 BDBWELL;
lanOO
JEAL ESTATE,
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
'-swjioll ban i-haaJ .-ht!M irth-.i ! fn:-. W!v n.
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
and will
ins oi tifjfiq Ksnagtna ion J to
Advertise free of cosL. Jl.Moneitles Dlaced In mr
hands for sale.
,WTTAHa .
&ORT
THOS. F. DRAYTONi-vb
i
76Sparani!n3ngB
Th'e'MrsVof'Benlamln'fi
vs.
inasaiiBraciii
L,VdTfl
Beth Redd
jobb-j-eitco;
to ttd caseuuid. non-reslden
nffB erefoBBCoj2iootlon.x
thatadverUseHnibfl'made'
CfeAEtQrnt OBsjsfeKTnotir
to. SBDear at.tbe Clerks office i
W twenvdays,'.afte service of
mam laxa nonce cnax n ts at Taj
same will' be taken iit jn5w ' and emarU i tn"
th. . ...... T- .wro.'!
JwensnaetnianaabJrsealoj: fflce' TttTadV.
.uiviup.uuiH.jymaay or jreoruarr. a.w ism
..s.-t -IWJrfl- '-ISAAC K.VB8TAL,
feb23-dltw5t. 5 -5!rWM
was
Address" Jk-. C,
editor Enterprise" ari Mountaineer,
B
TJIST'S GARDEN SEED:'
H
Ala:
r-of -these nnnular nh. ItiRkirMvAv.
ed.-M
TUDEBAKER WAGONS? W-4-i
TUttEBAifXe
will be sold on reaona3't8rnSsf Mo 1
uiu ouypij; iwuistiii wiurine I
ruuk
-XiHTIASJI.T
T. H. G AITHER. "
beseTwlthlneraMi
ww, cuurus axis reauwajuui) jau
their goods to somebody else7J
T EE W
Havbt
a inmrn&,iiannan,i
hntSparipfrW'Ett2a
eddocore iietrAat, law .1
hTYadklriviQft3 wiBijt :
ii ui anitfuir.K.nar.TTnM'
200 ASlT'WiLL rPUBCHAS1 00H
stsleTSlzeTofbed 2toC,.-tochesIrWas lnnseuntir
BAILEY2
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rV 'tOTeand Hardware House for' sr r:i'J''
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-drn;
i .
' or AixKuros. .'
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Buy your COOK STOVES from me, as I have 12
good reasons why they win do your work Quick and
Easy, Cheap and Clean : r -
BEGATJSE ' .;(;: ,. '
y ilbey are cheapest to buy. . ,
BECAtsE ,i"' " '
.. -i They are best to use. -'
BECAUSE , "
' They bake evenly and quickly.
BECAUSE f
-. Their operaUon Is perfect.
BECAUSE
; . They always have a good draft-
BECAUSE
They are made of the best material.
BECAUSE .
They roast perfectly." "
BECAUSE; ; .
Miey; require put utue ruei.
BECAUSE' I
-liSCfley are very low priced.
BECltk:A;i:,';' '' 1 " r-
j ?MTfcey easily managed.
BECilgSE ; ,. . ,
tJPS.WflW localities., .
BECAUSE 'ml':-!. . .h:- , .;
. ; Every stove is guaranteed to give satisfaction
CALDWELL HOUSE.
ALDWELL HQUSB,
CALDWELL HOU8T7.
CALDWELL HOUSH9
Corner Xryon and Sixth Streets,
.Corner Tryoh and Sixth Streets,
r " : ', CHABLOTTE, N. C,
1 CHARLOTTE, N. G,
a P.. CAtDWELL. . . .
Proprietor,
This house Is permanently established and Offers
Jail the conveniences and comforts of a first-class
hoarding house. Persons visiting the city will find
t a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.'
)Can be f urnlah&d wltl)' rooms.
HATE8 Per day, transient, $1.26; per week,
$&00 Regular table, $13.00; board and room
per . month, $18.00.
JanlOV
G
BEAT BARGAINS FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
-AT
J, T. BUTLER'S.
J. T. BUTLER'S.
WATCHES,
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
SILVER AND
SILVER-
PLATED
WABE,
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
for Christmas, at
J : j. T. BUTLER'S.
dec24
WE DESIRE to call attention to OUR 8TOCT7'
E DESIRE to eaU attention to OURSTOClV
NttB jtt?rjiX N C Y
Ulir. MJ tiU'ji" nil- -
a aii .Y r
GOO D
0 Q.Q& O-S?.
e-i
Ground and Cut Glass Bottles, the handsomest 1
m the market Tbe latest styles of Perfume Boxes.
1 1
now d-jiri" . m!!" sl-? --1.;
..u
lnelutor!ioine' ftiowltle, which wtH pay 70a
Willi HOV W lil-l iliK A Jill! ? W;tt:: (iHrti
call an&xMittki' 'J,' r
FOrBFlAORENCEflnd CELULOID TOlXTCaseas
- . - .
J-fWJ? If
it - rl
French Plate, Hand Mirrors, .Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a full stock of English and
IM'.VH i-,.!-.
American Tooth, Habt andean .Brushes.
tin,:!
5 ! 1 fc! WRISTOSf JfeCft,
Cochrane keeps the best RYE WH1SXXY, Stand
aid Pure, Two Years Old.
.JpOB StNff WTNES, w mi V
a frLlquors.Tu Yeara , t
COCHRANE'S,
Central Hotel Saloon.
I JEW UVERY STABLE.
If you want first-class Carriages, Phaetons, Bog
gles or Saddle Horses,, go to the New Livery
Stable. -
If you want a. Carriage an,d Baggage Wagon to
meet arriving" or departing' trains, go to the New
LlveryStable.; . ';i.::"-f
" If you want your horses well fed and well groomed
go to the New Livery Stable. " :- i
Careful drivers, promptness aadreasonable prices
are our motto. --. - ) -: -
- may28 . R. CHAMnints -
i' i ' i - i. in r -i ji T t
A
Thetwo storeattofleiAljexandeT bunding
i Trade streeiT3 JTX,T jjilmorkhkati
on
-lan26tt
THE BEST STOCK OF t "
Wit JcBXXlEBJEg air iWNFIIONKEIES .
ii1 1 3 .ja. iter
iu&tFs'?3' ,'rf"LeR0Tr ATiwoirs.
"fcYE-NO "TEA,"
. sptj;' cooif cheap.
WILSON BUR WELL, igsois.
it 1.7.31.
? A Bure:cflre IDt, nerrous jteiautyi premanire de;i
. i .a. mi - i 1 1 .. ... is.. I
CfiJ, xnauiuu. ew, va.uouij rettauia cur -vlr
Ohathasn tree i.iijai,
-ehu2ft-aw3mrT'5't-SnJ .t.x;;;, rii'iiu
-j
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THE WORKINGMAN'S FRJENT ; '
HE WORKINGMAN'S' FRIENX-f l's
In these days of political trickery, a true friend la
the time of need, Is a friend Indeed: and such .
, DR.WM. HALL'S.
BALSAM the LUNGS.'
i It Is a sure cure for ;V
- ' t j "
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS,'. "COLDS, ', ASTHMA,
. BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS,
and all diseases of the Longs,. Chest and Throat
i t This wen known remedy has been used for thir
ty years and has cured thousands of cases, many of
which were given up as hopeless. .' -
No case, . however obstinate, can resist the heal
ing properties of Dr., Wm. Hall's Balsam for the
Lungs. " ' " " -.
VsT" Remember that It Is the ptrghttmi tute of the
Balsam that cures the worst cases.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, . ..L.t..itti.
' . 8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK,
For sale by L. R. Wrlston & Co., Charlotte, N. C
reb25 :'''
Is a -perfect Blood Purifier, and Is the ,
only pflxely Vegetable remedy known- to scl- '
ence, that has made Tadlcal and Permanent
Ctnos of Syphilis and Scrofula In all their
- StageS. r ' ;( :: ,i -V
' It thorourhlT removes mercury from the
; system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cores all skin dis
eases. ;.
Su oy druggists generally.
feb25 6m ..
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 girl, four years old, and she passed eighty-six
worms rrom iour to nneen incnes long.
W.
F. P.
HILLIPS.
WormOll for sale by Druggists generally,
Pre-
pared by K. s. LiNDOJs, Athens,: tia.
Price 25 cents. feb21dkwly.
QONDENSED TIME. ,
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
,. TBAHfd GOING SAST.
i No. 8
I Daily
i ex. Sun.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
No. 2
Dally
No. 4
Daily
Leave Charlotte,
" Greensboro,
" Raleigh,
Awlve GokUiboro,
3.45 am
0.55 pm j
8.20 am
4.10pm
3 00 pm 5.30 am
5.25 p m 9.30 a m j
Na 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.CJLR. for
all points in Western North Carolina, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with B. k D. R, R. for all
points North, East and West At Goldsboro with
W.4W.B.B. for Wilralngtoa.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with R. D. R.
R, for all points North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 7.
Dally
ex. Sun-
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
No.1
Daily.
No. 3
Dally.
Leave Goldsboro, i 9.50 a m
5.35 p m
. Kaieign, 1 a.bo pm
Greensboro 1 8.28 nm
5.30 am
6 47 am
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 a m 10.50 a m
No, 1 Connects at Greensboro , with , Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with C, C. & A. R. R, for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
wltb A A C. A L. Railroad for all points South and
No. 3--Connects at Salisbury with W, N, C'R. R.
daflv excent Sunday. At Alr-Llne Junction with
1 A 4 C A. TL for all points South And South-west'
A .Ciarlotte wkh-Ov a Ai , Raltooad, for aU
poiniaumanaBoutn-west.
i j
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, ' 850 b tk A
A
Arrive suemi x " - ? ! ; t i ; r i ; 1 uau p m
Leave Salem, t . , , J.i.jo'im, x -"uhu t-4ajn
Arrive Greeiiaaoro. . rf ;. a, TJSam
Connecting at Greensboro with trains' on th Jfc;
D.andN.aRalteoads. Vif"i "H4.1"1
.-. SLSSfDJa cabs n&p9T, OHAIIGB
Run both, ways; oa, Trains iNoi l aad 2,- betwoen- j
new. 1IU.WWAU1UM in uwuwuuf,uimuvwu
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains No S and
4 letweenewiYrB;nRl Savannah vta-Rlchmond,-
Mi i i im.i a i rv, i. 1 "
elgK
ana arnwpana hi
bfiBcrnaT obtat; Souths SOUGi-wwili WesL-Ji.
and East i F. iEgrantrato icrttin Atka-:
saa and Texas, address
Gen. Passeneer; Airent
nov20 ; n uj;.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
-AILeAB-
On'and after Snfaday;iec. 29tl il8T8,tihel6l
lowii passenger: seheduie wmibirna evthls
i'- ' " NIGHT EXPRESS ! i".
, j - going
36is& South, Ka 1. " 'i . .iV.
; r;,.'i;;.i.j.'..tU..i'wiii:-oo,A,k-
Leave Charlotte:
Arrire Columbia,. ,H.w..ww(tQOAtM
Leava Columbia. .........
A. M
Arrive Attgngta, ; ., ......... v ...... .
n.ilT.'X?- f.. OSW &jv '
Leave Aumista. . .i.'.'.v...
.10-00 AVH '
,5 65 p.m.
Arrive Cofumbia. r;V. : . ,
Leave coiomua, .u ........ , ; . .'2
ArriveCtiarlotte,.... . . ,u;iii
f U; ; ? i " DAY PASSENGER f. '.fihrij
""-'V ' 1 1 - GOIHO SCTBTBNOi ilU
Ijeave Charlotte... Uj.ai.dU.J.U.l.iiir 27- juitj
XBve vomu . , ; .. i . j . . , .,j 4 .iy . ?, My
Afrtve luaista:'.-. .. : A'" t- : i :e 8 80 'f.1
'f fGorad'NpwrH. Na 4.
Leav6 Augnsti . '.V::t'. ..'A ... .i.-V 03 'AT-tf
Arrive Columblal .V.'Uv.t .i. v. . Wi .vii 1 -20 fejd
leave uoiaraDia . . . . h i i . j 1 -
AjetCrtee(?. j . ,
, These train ston only' at, Fort MfuLRo
borg, Ridge Springs,- Johston-, Trewoto and-GraniUrt
vJUaJiiAli other stationswlU peittoogoneqasiflagi
jPullman Talac aleeplng anf(drawnig-rm: ea
Not Sd4.N :YOritWSawknnab4 t4Kicn-j
mond & GeordsjjCeiitiaiRaiboad.-Tf -;f, j,f
f K. MacMxtbdo, G. F.igentva " - --
QATGBtOlt.'tA tOt jdRTJERS,
! Mr; Hhwrt M. Ceowili4 of Newark, New Jersey,
well Known in Charlotie wilt visit the city about the'
15th of February, with afull and, handsome line
olsamples fo5 drfi'aa.and. business suits, including
the nw6$t and jotost fashionable goods in the nuUf-
ket Hold your ordersj and remember the date. .
Jfeb&tf ittlw.i iit'iij Iha.iiilj
TLACK, SlfBAP MOLASSES
Under cost ovine narrevoT xi
1-
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It Is published slmultaneonsly tn Londor rth
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advance. It has not mow hi its ntrij. "
of best, Decause her Ideal continually oub-unstt
&nd the magazine as swiftly .follows after. ImS
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drawmgfrom already favorite sources, aawel
from promising new, onea. Mr. Frank B. Stock
ton's new serial story for boys,
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Will rttt through the twelve monthly parts -h
ginning with tbe number for Koemler; 187k th
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E. Kelly. The storyis Olle of travel and adv4tur
In Florida add the Bahamas.-" For the girts a
tlnued tale; ; ' con"
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ucu lairj-mic catiea-
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