. -MM . , 1 - I -.l......1,,n..WJ.
subsoslvtion sates :
C.. THE OESEEYEE-JOE VEPARTXEXT
E teas 'douqfdf mmhd 'wift 4' H '
HmU, af wOX Vm Late Style of Type, &d nrr -
of Job Workemmm bt
iot em acme tw neammr,
r mm fHTMuA, at avrtl "
WEEKLY EDITION :
- - ,
SLAKES, BILL-HEADS, T
TAex xxcxirtSi posteba
I FEOGEAMMES, BAkfrElELt
TAKPBLET8, CIBCULAZJS, CSECEE, SO.
I - V 1 . -I I'
-; V I II I II I VvH V. i.X. :i i. VIA JT K V Ik Vl'V, NX "V I I IVrS"1 "Ny li. JLK V LKJl
' - . rr' 'T " . - - i .
pASHMKBBS AND ALPACAS.
just Received another tot at superior
' H H
CASHMIBBSATO ALPACAS, j
price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
, ... .rVrWPidX .MOt ik .,,, -nil
. .... ,..,i tf fens !$ ttt'iMf eated
. ' -.' t".t naluiri- ti5 Ul fkv,vjuf il
Wool, of SU
' 1 - -I-MU -HIT
10 see our LAwkolilt
buying. It wi pay rou.
rxv not TitU
' I - -
i w s-l'if.Jj:f
TS3TI T(i j
Mva : Aia.
BCLiuii-iv;, BKDDLNvi, C
. ,?..A FiulL!ne(
- ;f -. -it to ;tjii.f ri3 KiifrUoq v.nl
! .i ri'ftrjjpojod J :ah tiU iti
m . tj DTfTVOTTt A TVS ! M ntUi
PARLOB AND CHAMBER SUITS- i .
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
v.' 'ft:W V)t
minrrKS nf nil kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Tram Stebbt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
Ladles' and Gentlemen's
Hue suddIt. ? " 1
Burial Robes a
an3 . ... '....i .
: .h j roj-tAirii
' h: Luis Mtaf .ifHl iildT
UBNN N II f
URRB N N It II T
K. u. ROGEKEK VAKEaOOMS,
1 ' W - -
M stock is very lrMaesi a FiflTiine of
J3T TA 10T'
'.OmCE FURNIJURE '
i-i&UJf JFl lanotiii?: atU Jo ViJJ
la GioS Ptrl?ol bSrSSf
TJ O R&R EB
: hna d-jut ... ... '
thuU starffor the KdrcTanlriMi-'f
kejs on to day's train, to purchase'my lut 10
I shall use every effort to secure 'altleaaing
stvlea and nniiaiwiww. 1 1ji?k.FJ'n auothto;
. 'jT'vAj-frrriauuf-ft' 1
to hnv m .ir f. -0.1. -
vantage of the lowest iaMvAS
EAGLE. rfiteS li-m
, , ei3i--,ir
Northern markets all the
facilities for making ,,r mmn(aM t il
I in the year, Instead of ofteMg. ttfT
wJt "tf sis x4T
t--x-t.- ' I
Just reeefvy Ir telfnef'
We have :
J i nnHw4.i .... . l!-.lt3
In Brocades, Buntings
s and jti
White .Cotton Ferrti
a -fth .rXiWC
1 ;h i.iwa.ii
Piques. Also a full line of
A beautiful stock of riii"ikrihy ilid Fancy Do
mestic Piques. .,
We will be receiving goods aaffyftftn our stock
Is complete, which will be about the 10th of March.
'WtT,,H Eespectfullyrl'l') 1
T. Lr SEIGLX & CO.,
bpp. aariotte THote iNyorf stTCSsrlotte; N;CJ
WJWfliMf. trwoBona'l .sraoi! iaH9Ui
We take pleasure In sjriHdinbu frtebs
.'.rkilljfli A HT HyJ MlAfUH T -?i
To purchase our large and varied
rf.ij r 1a .r Jr
! H i
' .1") TJJ,
or nue season.
this season to Inat
our friends and the community at large a chance
to purchase Goods at
ll O O ,) f. A 1
NEW YORK CITY PRICEa
.ri cu'ar' eMstnf or a lt of
AT LESS-THAN COST.
turn MWi r, MoBRM&iBibs?
February ? p -'w-t tn,.
TB9T IN TIME.
tf .OOJAS JSTOH JAjrTKH "tHT T
jfj row wT .rtifl: ln
j -i ttoods as you w-
Such as fine Lock
ets and Chains.
- Pins and Anything in the line you may want . .
. PT" CALL AND 8KB THXH. -USl . fi.
TiBltWyBpte First Presbytei
Every kind olt?tau-l 6l a
at half price-
and warranted wjw year, jgre
vanlzlng made at short nottoea eg
teferences. . .. k-X?TF,
exTplrutlon of twelve monOjjrSfIgJl&rp,
T. ' " ...r
uMndyr aOTiLPH oo.: r
,"V m TIT, I
TTTjulha agents fot-HE.NO TP! A 1w fiMtW.
5Tand askwr friends to give it ijwWK tlf
.-itlsfnrtorr we wlU cheerfully take U ack &HsX
fund the inqoey-n a VV'b53wELI.
3 here dwelt a miller hale and bold
Beside the river Dee,
e worked and sang from morn, to-night,
JNd lark more Withe-than hei- smihL
tnls the burden ol hl sooe
Forever used to be:
iuS'I envy nobody, no, not 1 1 ; -
T - 'ThoTt
wrone. hit friend." .aald old Kina Hal.-
it a -i non art wrong aa wrong can be ;
jror coma my neart be ugnt as uune,
I'd gladly change with thee,
H And UsliBi ttow what manes thee sing
With voice so loud and free.
While I am sad, though I'm the king.
jHa nesiae tne nver uee."
The miller smiled and doffed his cap,
i "ve my wite, i love my mena,
J 1 l0Te my chudren threel
Ira 1 owe no Dennv 1 cannot nav.
That turns the mill thaf grinds the corn,
i : Tof4abeanfne,'i?,.j
'Good friend." said Hal, and sighed the wnQV :
Tny meaty cap laworth-iuj crown.
, .. a van i 1
made herself 'BcHB!
Mrs. South worth has 1
Jug novels. If she had
rrto - W?TtoFtBSJRnTier ,ulster .to raise the
price of a Deer. rrJmta., . , .i.a..
3 Cruei:-t,atfo(atutag'ahmterval In
I' Teore';,verysiODd. Wl ittnBCtng: aren't . you?".
Bown "Taa3.IgoitJor.a good deaL" Fair one
TH"Iwriaeryodenlearnr'-lirfk.iiT'H -m; iv
stoulderw the ether'. 0y, but didn't consider It
mhch4:fcuitoeh-one belonged to his glrL
T Mr. Talmage likes cheerful
that the gravest, most long-fa
.people. He says
long-raced individual he
ever knew borrowed $25 of him, and out of pure
delleaqy -pewr pentlonedrthe subject again. f .
wlwAIwei aie'yoing IvelwasraaMaf Wl of
time In lmasining what we will do when we grow
older, Md m are Oidrwe waste an iequal-aqiownf ij
troumes expeneneea m gaining our jmowieage. , ,
When a woman burns her flnrerbfTled a Uttla-
overlt, and keeps the- burn in eoodcendltto&ti
rhis digit In his mouth, kick over the office stool,
swear at me. A a ana' loTget ays aBut VH rune is
the effect of Ild.We lotfwr of llxisiAeiaiWedo
One of the brightest litt)eons,resktln(t on James
street hill saw his father fixing the billiard table
with a spirit level: AftaR the old-mau bad. finish-
i the jebi h rentaiked MsaJow,.pa,i eee.lf my
tarract indeeL-oUdOi OommmUL -, There la no
t aw abopt failing wn, lm sxcept when if s a girt.
then, it 8 "O, law," and there's where the leg-amy
comes ovv tnat JctjeiDergr wcKmg aoout
p Keokuk Qtmstitvtkm.
Digest of Sapreme Court Decision?.
i r ' '' fBalelgh News. ' -By
Smith, C. J.!' , . ; ,.. ,.;
. Simonton vs. Simonton, from IredelL
I Where counsel cannot agree upon a
case and the iadge goes out of office
before he can "settle" the case, if the
dmission is, the fault of the appellant
his appeal will: be disrjoissed But if it
is not, tfew mhw81t bfe accorded. -By1
Smith, C. n vxi ?
; Collett vs. Henderson, from Burke.
In a judgment upon proceedings for
partition by tehants in common, it is
equitable and proper ' td1 'de?ee tiat if
any of them have caused valuable inv
jiro vefcaents to be put onf'any.partiohs
of the land to assess their yalueasif no
ach improvements' hkd beeri made and
Co allot tne parts improvBdi.to tne par-
s. w. ho have made such improvements,
torn no;5tatent;bf IktifZjgjm
antes. the tr an wsriBmii no ;error ard
signed by theappfaht nor tab-ape
arent in the record, tne .uclgment must
e affirmed. .67 0 St Ti S Jt.
By-Smith, C J rl - - -
I Newhart vs. Peters, from Meckien
! It is error to sustain a demurrer filed
by a party who comes ,in. and makes
himself a party defendant without
showing that Jifij has any, interest in
the subject matter, of can be affected
by the result of the action. The validi
iyof a'bdnd 4nduiridrtgage executed by
a feme covert can only be controvert-?
ed by her and such others as may havff"
derived from her some .claim i or right
to the property coifveyed. husband
and wife canay fleed ftttflaorteage duly
execnted. proveti nnd. registered make4
a valid conveyance1 oxner land and
the'aiffS'neht. under the same rejha
t9ns,,t;6 rnake a jnortgageL that ,she has I
toxeculfe Jn jibscolutje $orfveanc4 I
ny ASHE, j . .
; Hallyburton vs.-Carson, from Mc
Dowell. ; The judge 6f Suberiot Court hits the
bower to vacatft, a judgment .rendeKd
v him diiriri
aringthe same term. a
Ufnfn rc Haati a Ttrir A oho
he prisoner? in a trial- for. murder; that
bJumself.s hot .the aeceasea, is ini-
issible.' being hearsay. ' It is" not eMor
for the judge to stand aside a juror af-
erjie has.ueentenaerea ana acceptea
feworn, o.teaning;l-iabitiae. jruror;j was
related to. the prisoner. A instruction
of ttte couft to' tre' Sheilff tosdinijrn
n thespeiaal:jv:en-oray Iree-holdcrs
ha, had, paid their taxes tor thewst
ef endantrwaied .hifcobieetionn Wr got
making it when the order was givri
hti!the .wito t we Aeenaaptjii
Deeal service. The delivery: l. the copy
I . ..- m A. .
to him oy tne wiie is not sumcienc, py.en
af provtkl,' and iiu- verbal admisioft or
service or assntftatbe exviwras made
Iwill be sufficlefitlessirtming.c. c.
K; section 89, sub-section 3, jjef usJ
of a motion to vacate a judgment, Otlll
tained on such service, which is based
on the ground that another judge is
holding ih? ofOistricliand
has 'furisdTctmri 'does hot niake the mat
ter resf adjudicated, or debar a renewal
of this motion before the latter.
i nni bus niU. ro'fl
Torkvllle (CJ Enqutrei.
We learn that onenfeht last week,Mr.
Martin Williams, wholives on Clarke's
cinity of King's Moimtaitt battle ground,
was - overtaken r by - a white man a
stiaffiMfiiA-TwS) asked permission
tnTMilreauest was granted,0
the occupants oi the Duggf nad not pir6-1
ceededfirftjmjaiithfsfjmet by a
a crun. MivAVdi-iama. was.assai-
this partyrknocked senseless, .and
bed, Ptwiat money he had with him
aTae,oL the ttrarej the Iwrsa tied to a
tree, where it ha4 evidently been driven
theaaarwJiftHasJkedif ociieat jinifAlrv
Williams buggy was an accomplice oi
thosewnom tney airerwaru met." -
. ,. J i 1 1 SM "
' Hm ever been invented to pfevent death! Ttfl
btestihat can be done tstft assist nature la keeping
the functions of the body In a 'condition of health
while life lasts. - For biliousness, liver cotaplalnta,"
eosttvenpos, dyspepsia, And all stomachic disorders
tok-4toie-UverPill-i-' . c"-i
'Sample, from Mecklenburg. O
and subsequently Jris horse andJaugpy
wToina esbmfe disMneWronithei
to Delne thi' C'rimiaal
Th&btrirc& iAssembl&Qflferth Garo
Una, do enact s i rf '-.-;.!;., ,.'( -s
Section ' lv Justices of the peace shall
hav exelusive origiaal jurisdictionr to
hear, try, and determine the offences
enumerated in sections 43 85i ; 112,
117 lift iSfl and. 03SL nf phantw -Af
V-1?. i? J01 5nPler-?a ot
Battle's BeviaaLy as amended Joy ehaptar
176, -or the laws iitt iKjaif s i Ana the
punishment for every such offence shall
not exceed nne of JiftyidoUars,. or in.
pnsowment for tairtyttaysi ,-ju oi-n
havi, BitPlwsiVB oriinal MiirfanintiATi a I
all stich peaces warrants! and proceed--
ine thpnrfiiHider. aS' thev shall: nsRiirrtA
j urisdiction bfr and of all bastardy prort
ceedings and issues arising thereunder
and to take bond from defendants in
finch proceedings with approved securir
tyi as heretofore feqhirea by law to be
taken in, the Superior courts of x this
State and also Of. all assaults, assaults
ld Jtej Uor
Meanly .We&oq, meAfAm the , purjj
DfaftSri Se' Sl
woman in .batay.'pf6edin when
the piittlV fithef mmM thepattrniti
of te chfld, or tbe iSsu?4iaat)e6ft'ro una
aghast, llrxi, shall in ho 6ase' texced fifty
dollars, and fieaefendaltt shall also pay
a nm fit th4ollars .whidx'haUgo. to
the schd61.fohvtW herewfdtejrovtded
by &r : '&rft)ided, Jwuevet;,'Tha.t Jos
tiees or th6 beafee shall hare tlo jurisdic
tion over assaults with intent to kill, or
jissaults with intent to Commit rape, ex
cept as conimittinff magistrates.
r Bec. 3. The party convicted before a
justice ' 'sWall always 'be adjudged to
nav thft1 nftftfa 'nviA'if tiartvlrthaTfffld shall
aditrdeM to pay the costs.1 !ad may be
imprisoned for the ' non-payment ! there
of. 'Bht in: ftostich case shall the coun-
SECV4:;The words1 iBSOTisonment for
one month "' wherever used' in' any of
the statute laws of this State, shall be
construed to 'mean imprison ment for
thirty days; By an the' Judges and
eourts of the State? "
v Sec. 5. Sectionii ) of chapter 176 of
the laws of 1873 and 1874, is hereby re
pealed. . . : . ;
Sisa 6j Section ill, chapter 32, of Bat
tle's Revisal, shall be amended to read
as follows : - In all cases of an assault
with, br without intent to kill; or injure,
the person coirvicted shall) be punished
by fine or imprisonment, or both at the
discretion of the court: Provided That
where no deadly weapon has been used,
and no serious damaged one, the pun
ishment in such case shall not exceed
a fine of fifty .dollars, of imprisonment
for thirty days.; But this proyteo Shall
not abpiy to cases of assaults with irt-
have exclusive original Jurisdiction of
a. .i.unLiir.1 ill 1:1 ir. iinu.n L i . 1 1
all criminal matters aringwlthin their
counties where i!icp?Vn.isfin.ent now,
or which shall hereafter be prescribed
by law, shall not, exceed. a. fine ,of fifty
dollars, or imprisonment for thirty days.
. Sec 8. Section 119; .chapter 33,'of Bat
tle's KevisaUis hereby tepealed.-
aw 6': miBMt.:. 'Ww mZ4
I KJi-tf I , 1 1, Vf. WUJ . AVA7VA. VVTAA I
p.lVlllVU VA. Vll m VtlVU VV CA. X AA 1 OAltMA w
brought before a Justice of liie peace,
such person 'mSy be' required to center
into a recognizance; payable to the
-State of North Carolina, in Such sum
not' exceeding one thousand dollars, as
such justice shall direct, 4ritbr one or
Tc.-:- . .j. k
more sureties, to appear oeiere-xne
a court semroiyiuq orjiijgtja wiiji i
I in n -w--i - AVi.aw.iv.r oi - v-vt-Vcs 1
in a period not exceeding six months,
and not depart the court without leave,
and in.theTmeanwKile'trO keep thet peace,
and be of good behavior towards all the
jpople of the State, an3" particularly to
warasjhe person requiring such securi
ty, r j, t,f.. ,,: J;.,.Ht-.? ! ', "
Sisa 10. The party against whom
f judgment shall be giyenrmay appeal
to the Superior Court from the same.
And the party injured may appeal, if
he shall be dissatisfied with ihe judg
ment, if ftvill authorize ; the justice
to endorse hfs rafneupbi- 'tne" warrant
as tneproeeuton i an appeal is
tsivjawg , in4jma acsiii
construed to prevent the Superior it
ferldf 6Mto nmtj!
hearm e ana aetemhJhSTtCff wma
as shall be committed within ione mfla
of the place, where and dtatother tfane
such enM -being held t hdrhall this
act e construed to prevent said courts
from assuming jurisdiction' of-affrays
as.aiTitg and assaults wid. batteries, if
some justice of'tho- peace-sbstll!-lot,4'
withm six months after the commis-
sSon tf '. an offence;' have proceeded- to
take official ;cbince,6 ttf. sanlei 1 '
proceedings now, pending in ihe.Supe
rior,5 Criminal orlnferior courts.
Sec. 13. This act shall be 1n force
from its ratification. t . t
The York County Mandamus Cases.
it will be remembered that five sever
al" jiidgnients "were Obtained against
York county, in the United States Cir-;
cuit Court, last April, upon the past due
coupons of the county bonds issued in
aid of the Chestertnd- Ienoir Narrow
auge Rfilr(.ad.l ISesecotipons were
f the series auearfuarr 1st,' 1877; and
January 1st, 1878 respectively. The tax to
ay these coupons was reguiany leviea
iv the county commissioners, and all
that of 1878 has been collected, although
onlv a portion of that of 1877, owing to
the fact that a letter was issued to T. C.
Ilobertson, county . treasurer,, from the
jDomptrouer-renera's office, staying the
collection of the remainder. The judg
ment creditors applied to court, last
Aucnistf or a peremptory writ of man-
aamus against tne cpuiuj onuuiaeiuu-,
i. . . i v i r .
grs to compel the levy or a special tax
to pay these judgments, on- tne ground
that no special provision had been made
f 05 their payment in full. But the coun
ty cpmiis$i&nrtuj?ied to the court
that they had made the levy to pay the
coupons, and that it was no fault of
theirs that the tax of 1877 had not been
'1 A. t - ' . A-
The matter was. to have been heard be
fore Judge Bond, at Charleston, on the
l7th?rinst8nt;Mbut upon . his. failure, to
open court on that day the counsel for
the county commissioners and -for the
creditors, adjusted it in . a manner en
tirely satisfactory to the commis
sioners, and upon .the basis of their
return ' The commissioners are to
issue their warrants for the money
already -collected; andthe i credits
ors are to withdraw proceedings now
pending vv leara tnawt , is tiid. pur J
poseoi .nest. chju-U-w w pruceeu against
the county trefeirf er f or a mandamus to
'Mm ta1 " tti ft nATtftfitt on Af tTiHTai n rtnllr.
4fcSt,.c. wommi's Bast PrteM ,ffi.pia.
I ; Ample testlmoTlals from .veetlon of the
count v show that Eradfleld's Female Recrulator
is as It claims to be, 'Woman's -best friend."
Uin, onf ttrlrnr fftmsilM liavA tritut It anrl tinnt r
- ivm n..H nnA iwuur wttnuo tj if mi4te in ini
. rr j r: .crrr.i i . :"zrr-z
the public. . Dont fail to try tt If you are suflertag
tront sny-or laewmpiainus peculiar to tne sex. ,
Ieb25 lm- - - .
'lW& 'SPEAKERSHIP OP TBB IEIT HOUSE.
Well Developed Opposition to Mr. Eandall Th
6 rounds of the ConfpUiot Against Him. M
1!f , '. Washington, February 5.
To the Editor of the Observer:' -. ",.' . . t
'W. H. MJ the'Waslunaton corres-
llwuueu1' UA w xwueigu uoserver , A see
f has --written tn thatTianpfi tiaf.? TTnnJ
Samuel J Randall will probaWv be
elected Speaker of the Forty-Sixth Con
gress. I do not know what oooortunif
ties he has had for the formation of the l
"ruuy.": -empcxauc memDexs oi
the next CJongress, ' lead me to doubt;
very much, the correctness of hia nre-
I diction. My own view is 'that if the-
opposition to Mr. Eandall can be con
centrated, he wiU be beaten. It cannot
be disguised that there is --much com--.plaint
against the present, speaker . on
account of the formation of committees,
andbisviews upon the tariff and finance.
On these two subjects he is not in ae
cord with the opinions Of Southern and
.Western members; Besides this it is
alleged that he attempts to -exercise an
te ct aanages quite to ;iiKliftr4W,opo
unwue innuence over tne action or the'
does for the!iD
4-AA4. XI T I M
I The Idea prevails amongst a large
number of the Southern and Western
members that the speaker should be iui .
sympathy with the- opinions of a mar
jority of nis party. JNorjne doubts Mn
BandaU's capacity as a presiding onicer:
In this respect be is not excelled by any
of the members. His acquaintance
with what: are called the rules of the
House-ules ; which were made to ob
struct rather than expedite the public:
business id really astonishing but it
is said that he desires to continue them
so as to be able to exercise more power.
The Southern and Western Democrats
very largely desire that there should be
essential modifications of them, espe
cially to prevent the absorbing power
of a few committees who now monopo
lize nearly all the business of legisla
tion. Some of the Southern members, as a
matter of policy, think that it is proper
to choose a Northern man, while a large1
number of them as well as Northwest
ern men, believe that it is wise to have
a Southern speaker, so that it may be
demonstrated to - those who prof ess to
doubt the loyalty of those who are called
rebels, that there is no danger to be ap
prehended. It seems to me that it is
liow about time that this prejudice
should be rebuked, and - if there is any
Southernimarj; "who possesses the1 proper
qualifications; no reason exists why he
should not be chosett to preside over
Among those spoken of, and who
have1, quite a number of friends are
Messrs. McMahon, of Ohio ; Morrison,
Virginia. Either one of them would
make a good speaker, and I repeat the
opinion, that it is far from certain that
Mil Randall has the strength which the
correspondent referred to asserts.
tarn not advised of the course which
any,of;the members from North Caro
lina; will , pursue. It is probable that
they may differ in opinion. My only
1 " J A L JP Ll JL1 i A V 1
oDiecc is to set xonu mat mere are two
fi 'J A. A-V.
Now and Then.
Washington Brief Items.
Special of the 25th to the Richmond Dispatch.
Senator Vance, of North Carolina,
was on the rVoor of thft TTonaf. tnrlav.
ana also spent some time in the Senate,
T. OA-ArL- I . Z O a.
No State has finer looking Senators
than North Carolina.
Senators Conkling and Burnside, af
ter having said in executive session
that each other ' was constantly in the
habit of lying, continue to heat the
difficulty with dignified silence.
A journalist, in pointing out one of
the notorious actors in the presidential
steal, said to-day, that he belonged to
the political demi-monde of Washing
General Banning, in the House to
day, told GeneralGarfield he was one of
these who wore the while robes of the
evangelist to bear false witness against
1 A motion to suspend the rules in the
House is in order for the rest of the
session, there, being only six days left
j i It is stated that, at 11 o'clock to-night,
the President will certainly veto the
Another Phenomenal Casr.
Thompson, Pa., February 23. John
Nichols, a farmer of this place, while
walking in the woods on his farm thirty
years ago ran a twig into his right ear.
A piece of it broke off in his head. He
became deaf, and at times suffered in
tense pain in his head. Two weeks ago
this pain became unusually acute and
continued without cessation until Sat
urday last On that day Mr. Nichols
felt a pricking sensation in his left ear,
and with a pair of .tweezers pulled out
a round piece of wood three-quarters of
an inch long and an eighth of an inch
in diameter. Mr, Nichols was at once
.relieved , of pain and his hearing was
restored. He has no doubt that the
piece jif wood is the bit of twig that was
thrust into his ear thirty years ago. If
so, it passed through his head from one
ear to the other. The wood is perfectly
Counting Presidential Chickens.
The New York Herald prints a page
of interviews with New York Con
gressmen as to the presidential outlook
the sum of which is that there is a
marked preponderance of Republican
expectation that Mr. Tilden will bci the
Democratic candidate, and on the Dem
ocratic side a preponderating preference
as well as expectation?" As to the Re-
gublican candidate, its Washington in
.rviewers suggests the possibility that
Mr. Blaine is making headway,; and
may become a formidable competitor of
General Grant s
SelfMi Ma. ?oor Pu?y.
: Sprlng&eld RepubUcan.l ;
; In trying to save "Big Pete" Aubrey's
leg,' now in a dangerous condition from
a wound recievedin the1 late war, the
doctors have recourse to this curious
remedy: A cat is securely1 muffled as to
its head an(X-3wTnttjperirtheTiscera
ouickly removed ard; the ! warnF, ' live
body wrapped around-the wounded leg,
the life remaining -about ten minutes.
This is rather rough on the eats, but it
jtnay :sayfivAuhey leg, - ,
T Itmakes no dtffeienoeliow many physicians, r
how much medicine you have tried, It is now an es
tabllshed iact that uennan eyrup is me oruy remtf
dy which has even completer saaaacam m sevei
HARMt of ljina riisaasea. It la true there are n
thoiiHAn -of bersons who are predisposed to
Throat and - Lung Aff ectloas, Consumption, Bern
crrhages, --sthma, Severe Colds setUed on the
KreasL Rjeumonia. Whooping Cough, Ac. who
- uitb no Dersonal knowiedee or Boschees oerman
have no personal knowledge or j
:, ( . ..w . raaaa
were sold last year without one complaint Con
sumpttves try Just 'one bottle Regular sue 7a
cents. uokibyaUdruKgists in America.
- . . . s'; V I' t
... . ... : : r '
i ,-; twrawev picture , coakTuae. ,.
rTrom StHdfi'-'-beei td the SenaltV''
I say to the Senate and td tfre'Sehatolf
from New . York; . with .whomM - hae1
served on committees iot sevetal yearia,.
that I speak from , personal ; elperience;
when I say that J know of no' oi& Who
canwith so much readiness an dapt-
nessy equivocate and falsify niattefa t'
suit nis views as the Senator T$X(L Kfif
i .If- i j t. 1 1 ! ; .. v. iU:n-: n.S
Tke DeaU-Kate !
Our country ts getting to ' be tearfully alarsfing
the average ofUfe being tessei5dveryac wttk-j
oat any reasonable tatuMpdeanv msaiang eBerel
lytrom ttte iMMtinsB-fies-ttwlglitm AkjthM: Je I
son of the jear especially; a cold is soelt a eenaMn.
thlflgthat a tW hnrr' of every daylie;we teeJaK
to overtook lh dairktenaugaMl ifteb Batf
too late- ttuattvr lMfl)ailtB
st tfl. iTMJsabds fee ttefir Svtii tit tt8y ?i
ery wlnierv while liM tkednktfSGiaa
beeb taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large!
bm roadoctobeenvelded. )P)r an BtoeaSM
of the Throat aiid :LiBQanrt uut
Srirjtotrovld ftselfWb t krtetde
eyof Its kind in toedtonte. r Druggist mthiv
oouhtry win tell ytm M Rs oaerfa'ireet Over
IngSyniohas been tised for children. Iteorreeta
atidlty of tiwstofM-relleTM wind cone, regulate
the bowels, cure, dnentenr andlarrboea. whether
arising irom teethtqg of other causes. An old and
ngjrom teething or other pauses,
weu Known remeur. i :
Ease AttanrskHKky tke tkeeatatle.
rtes. although' heTUga iesbalr of relief, it la
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a
renedy which earrtesoSDy means of increased
actrntj flf the- kWnejstmportant channeU for
blood purification the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
jimpwhib incory cctnpieieiy Dorna out Dy unn -ary
analysis. . The name of this grand depurent is
iuwiiimot, prepiu-uoa uaewwe ceieoraiea as a
remedy ioreonstlpfrtlon, which cauier contamlna
Oom of the bleed iwith the bile an eertain
means of relief la dyspepsia, fever and agu, and
nervous auments. , It Is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and Is highly recommended as a medicinal
Btimulant by dfesttngulshed DhysMansandanalvsts
nit be eminently pure and veer
he press also endorses It.
l T7? 9999
' 88 77
" -.SB 77
8SS8PPP RRit n jty N GGG
SS PPP RBB 11 N N It Q
A. A. -I v uu
P R BDS KM GrO S
JUST RECEIVED FRO" C
- t f :
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROlTl
A fun and complete line of sample Goods tor Spring
Wear; the styles are all new, attractive and
handsomely designed; the Goods
are all -of Foreign Looms,
French, English, Scotch and German,
And with Increased faculties we ask soar friends
and patrons to come and look at oar Goods. bs
we irtendtomafceganMntsteorder, cheap
er than any Northern. .tailor coming
through here: we have also reeetv
' ed Butt-rick's Fashion Plates
for spring and summer
wear as guide.
We solicit an earlr call, so las to slve na
time before a rush of manufacture, aggi ;
L. fiERWANGER & BRO.,
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
N. B. Everybody that wants winter dothtnc wfll
save money by callliur on ns. as we will
11 sau tbei
regardless of cost -Hen's,-Youths', Boys'
vnuarens buiis. ft
Having purchased a nice line of Tobacco, at the
Government sale, - . ;i
I am prepared to offer extra inducements to bu'
era.. Call early. ,,, TB08. H. GAITHEB.,
non .: '. ; . ' ;;. . .; ':-y:
i ii i - . : k . 'in I .ir;
CITY PROPERTY FOB SALE.
Any oerson deslrinff to tmekasa a welt Inmomd
dry Lot, House with nine rooms, and modem con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, - wtthiz.
five minutes walk of tie public square, aa be aH
coraodated by applying at ,,-; i. v ,
F1E SIMPLE DEED8,:
MOST APPROVED FORM.
. Just Printed and For Bale at the
The Bourgeoise and Minion type on which this
taper was lately printed. It was made by the old
ohnson tne foundry, of PhlladelDhia. and was
not discarded because bo longer fit for use, but on
ly because it became necessary to- vse 4 diSereot
style of type j i It will do - eood servloe i far several
years to erase.) It wUlbe sold In lots to nil -pur
chasers, ana in xonts or? 60 to r.POOibs; with or
without cases. Address 1 . ' - OBSERVER, '
eets '.-iu-i-.um jai"isiir Caiiotte&.Gn
FIR SALK-A laigelot' of Hiaewllss,' (.rjoS
floras, Evergreen, RoseS Tube Roses,' e.,
from the well known Florist and Nuerae-rmaa. Hi.
J. M. Borniot, of Korfolk, Va. j j - , v i
MAJLWlSliJL t ILAKSISUBt
Auction and Commission Merchants.
febi6,lwk - ,
,r aii. vfc ,if
OB GOUT .
. , ACUTE, oft can OH I
'it SURE CURE.
Manufaotuned only under the , above Trtde-Maxfc
- , "? M i by the -f j ; U 'tirf
' IOTtOPIUNSALI(mKJMEIICTNE,COr ,
Immediate, ieflwarricttsdl PerAnent CUTS
guaranteed. Now excluslyelyjuaed by all celebrated
physicians ot Europe and America, becoming a
Staole Harmless. - and Sellable Besaedv on both
etMiOaentsa. TTw -Highest Medical s Academy ,f
Fans report H5 cures out ol ioo eases within
days. Secret The only dissolver of thepoisonoos
Uric Acid which exists in toe Blood of Eheumati
and Gouty Patients. $UxHt box, & boxes tor
S5UU- Bent to any aaaress on ieeeiDi.ni, nrice.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all drrl?t. a'
aress --' -waijti; -uuu
tjovT --"Only Importers' DepoC 23 OllI-cL. NLx
IN al br "WILSCW EURVELL, Dfmslsts,
. -feVlft-in it'i In CbsrKXte,N..
AN ELEGANT" LINT?
AN ; ELEGAIiT '
. .. iiii ,
.'-rl- ;(. -
Just received at
WITTKOWSKY & BABfCH'S.
AN ELEGANT LINE
i .'. ...1 '' i ' . : :..
Just received at
WITTKOWSKY & BAKUCHH
e-LO'TH I N ri I
C L O THIN JT
W. KAUFMAN X C0'&
GREAT REDUCTION IN PBICK ' '
a -list- it, ;. 1., j;,,iti-.'ii-f ,'
. iHavtag determined to reduce oat stock, we now .
offer to the MODleof Chartottar and thto o!
North Carolina, the largMt, ebeapeot and .mopA .
beauUful and well sele9clT, ;
W i'.w.ij:.'...i Oj i,!..U)L 111 Jj.-i 'IJ! I.
TTTT H 1
O O T H H I MIT HO O
, WX HATB SVXB OTfkBXS, ,, ,
OonslsUng of the usual variety of MEN 8. DOTS,1' :
til .-,:;-. . ;. - . j :
' irn-i H tliu ." ,:t,4. ily iiii
c t o
FOUND IN XflRSyCL'STHOU8E. C
.-.-. KjI -'.ii.i uJ,J.-",:' .bni
i iiv- -! -iiu- L i-tytj !)) it; j')7j ;
will grre ns a call, as it wlli be to your Interest, and
you wui save rrom niteen to xwemy per com. oo "
jwc purehaaefc W.' SAWMAlTJi pOwty f :
opnngs uomer, wianoBo, . y.,
UCHTEllSTEN4.ri,t,u Js &ft
Ha. Just received samples' t. sir,oods.,'Bls
rtends and customers are most respectfully invited
loui ana mace seteenans so, a toenaoi tajosipft
their choUe ha deeiliae..
et 5..H v .M,'f n.o-
I t?.7'thv tt
ll U 77 i
t i , i . .1 . . .. . , . .
" HoRoplB BuQdlngi Trade Street, Up fltabao
1 OloawsWibf ihethnesl Watnfth
tore workf very chegpj - Wfll make. Jne cults t t
tlOt Casalmero suits for $8- Yaats of suits same
rates, -i guarantee au my wont mo at nocoaigB. .
tvettie Scan and bceoBVicMed. a tm)t r.i Jl
i " r vi y-1 j i r r ... .. , . ?r:..i
. . .- i I, . . ,
C5l i Ti
i With 25 reatsl experleaee r raaraatee entliw
asaetti jiut-.; vJf''ri... F.7Bf;tv'
. 4 1
, 1 1