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jl February 25.
The Senate met at 10 a. m., Senator
nrovidinir for an hri.CT' tol??
charge of a corrupt combination msen-'
a tors on ine pi4w v uo raiciu
Railroad bill. Calendar.
H . THE PROTES'tf.
Mr. Williamson, by leave, presented
the protest, t; himself ,; and.iive pJherJ
oenaiors, wuuurawu jcstciuay iui iuw
ification, against the passage of the bill
to chancre the name of the Western
lteilroad company, and tpjauthoRieJisd
consolidation wiiu uie jyxuuui, .oaijr
Railroad Company, &c
Mr. Williamson had withdrawn the
protest jtOuehnunate certain words and
expressions deemed unparliamentary.
' The protest was again read.
! I Mr. Everett admitted the right of
proteatpfbut objected to assertions as
matteriirf,TfacJi.TyJicb(ehould be given
as matter of belief. lie alluded to the
statement in th
m'oteat -n
bat me mn
incurs a debtfcft
2POX0QQi&an effort to"
save $50,000.II& wa3 not willing that-
this statement Jrta rtAiojtaiUimt
ter of fact whilst the majority voting
for the bill hold it to be not true.
Mr. Caldwe.ui?n)4intWvhow prop
erly to characterize the protest and
keep within the bounds of Senatorial
nmnrtetW ffievW-SunjWserf that'Mr
Wifnafn3ti1ftr0
in thetateTiIehttharttie-irbi 'Vrtfe not
worth more than 660000, when that
SenarrotigM torknew-ihatthe'roadj if
now sold out would "bring thrice that
sum. Mr. Caldwell hoped the Senate
lanno Mrldweli itrpiBtlRmatrtt
therein; worejftfiflWii Ilef did'iiotiv"
pose w reuuiawnr auuii xeruis, wuf iy
appealed to Senators against such un
seemly language beigjaBpUed to him
(Mr. Williamson) and the gentlemen
Who had signed the protest with him.
He alluded to the repeated niDgSiOf Mrj
Caldwell at the county of , Caswell, and
the sneers that the Senator had thought
fit to indulge. r!n,rbecause of her well
known old Democratic Character. He,
Mr, Williamson, was not ashamed of
Caswell'su record or her, flons-sTGjaves,
Withers- and others, rmd!bV Mr.
Cidwell. Nor was heffljHMftK of
theoble sons of. :Gwpr(jiflfild5ng
the "present senior -SettatorilaMJvell,
WfiVas distinguish or lfafe
iuMritv as well as folHhe MrMO'
ii temper. Mr. AVilliam son -concluded
would perrxut- cwiijdjHBiQdideation in I
the language Of tlie gportnixoin.jA
l. irKVilhamson said thatJue had; oUr"
sidereq the. matter "deliberately, and
wbu$W;fconsem
c V Cll iaj mo uulliu ml rtU 1 Ul Lnt&iaVBS I
uiougub proper. e3 - . , j nntjws
Mnicaiaweai was m favor, of striking
out theMofejee11onabie4an6uagfc"j:5' T
I; vMrportchi -said he;if eJt norrjocaonal
interestf jot tlie jnattwrones rwayrinrctbe
other MHe& rose isim t6-asSeVi ih
rigltt ntprntest a rignt, whirh nrtpn.
ator was at liberty to question so long
as it teefcffJIntt fctofc&nAer.
i "WTien a protest shall contain a reflec
tion or imputatictnaupon' the character
01 a senator or upon the senate as h
whole, the person , or persons making
the protest were responsible to such
Senator or the Senate : and with resrard
to the allegations of the protest no per
son out, tne maxer anu signers can be
held responsible. He repeated, the pro
test of a Senator or Senators, if present
ed in a respectful manner, and .in suita
ble terms, was bound to go upon the
journal .. i
. f ,MxOrmand, moved that the protest
ibe spread on the journal of the Senate.
! Mi. Davidson nioVed the preVTofts
quesuom
Mr. Ormand's: motion UiertiffHvauH.i
On moUon of 14j;j Alexander, nrider a
suspension.- of the- rules. thefaill tPTte-;
velop tile, agrLetittur
" 1 1V1 LtJltJ VTA. Lite: jjiaic 1Q iJULr
ea a stage.
J .BIJKCTIOM'OKMAGISTK
On motion Of Mr. Davidgnri VfaDan
: wa sent to the House-proposijiortr ft) !
i into"- tbee!ection"6f magistrates., to)
; the vacancies occasioned hy thRypir-.!
ouplithe tarjaii&vexyifHtfitodtW
year class, one fortaett twMsMpifei the
3on6Urred and" the
fpfftetwo'
houfsl
ne time 01 Doth branches.
CITY OF WILMINSTOIJ.10:!
S Mr.JBryan. of Pender, askfid far a MJ
! in. regard to the: city tf uiWilmiBfftoniw
1 ' its passaee.. AirTeed't om-m
H ,u.:ftnff ilrinrovidfiiroita
I , an oflice of the presentomunicipaljO
S is ui two- years, or.unai. tjjexeguJa:
I election under theeae
1 noes 10. wwm 10 Trsjfir
! i -U' ,. NJGHI SESSION.
I The bill concerning the Wilmington,
u dnanotte ana iv eatrn. Kaiirnori 1 i.nmJ
pany arramendmerittff the1 6hartei of
the Carolina Central Railroad Companvl
: waamade the speeia) ordei foml icIocm
tmorrow. . ; - J
Theenate pweedeOrto consider the!
tai to regulate tHe sale of spirituous
4iquors in the State.
; j-tomot404rfMfii'2JielK)laon,thft8eni
ate proceeded to ceasider the bill (Mri
Graham's of Lincoln,) by sections. i
Mr; Grahami stated thatalVhedesired
- to-night was a test vote to ascertain the
sense of the iSehWte bw thb principle of
toe Motmyte
collecting the tax onit3feaeu
ed a trial of a system whicKnwoAfcd
so successfully in Virginia and other
States. - , , 1
M HePdon"suggestexll;h';in!roi
auction of a resolution to ascertain the
sense of the Senate. - T
Mr. Dortch offered a resolutitfriothat
uiibMw ua ave, wua iMcractions ite.
. 111, a um on me principle or the bell
, ppnch, by Friday at 12 m, and that th
, bill D0 iinade the fcpeciat order- fotat
. hour. He offered tnisYesolution to test
Jhga&SpLaaB Rflnatp. It, helng nnner
'JpPP$y&t all votmgin the affirmative
. Approved ? of i the ' principle and threg
yoting in the negative were opposed to
. -On a call for the ayes and noes' the
ionowmg was the result; v a uaia:ajr
' Those votmg m the affirmative were
a I'rasist, THpon-' x ne prowsr, 5f eprer.
d.Mr.williamsdA mtstAmmimer
test ' -K! 1 ? hibits any man from
1. JdlV Jiivemt, noMO Mrkn .wiuiamson lsvi.-w,w1e knife. da
. Messrs. Alexander, Alston, Austmry-jYlatlrafid will be largely attended, as
"Z ; an; of Duplin, Bryan of Pender, BuU,! those who are delegates are enthusias-
y- uaiaweii, Aortcn, Jppes, jBrwmterJfoon-ane subject
. 4 1 - eiz, uranam . or Xiincoin, uraham - of
I Montgomery; IlolltmltflT'al I1z
r LyotJ,, Mathesony hilfatehfhhf iMkiibi v 1 To)anfcd Jrf iii&rfig bha the errors and in
Merritt, , Moye, Nicholson, lied Wine. dlscreUons of youth, nervous weakness, early de
TlMnassi - l?vsq : Snalp SriaVoM,nwHl 1 .cajvloasof manhood, &c,I will send a recipe that
- if fr, , r Vb 'cure you, FREE OP CHABGE. This great
-tenow, Stewart, Taylor, , Waddell, Ward, remedy was discovered by a missions to
! Vvilliamson and White 85. ' m
ft Those in the neffative were : Messrs.
...1., uisusuo, uiwnci, -imnrojrf KVTO
. . xienuerson, iviitcneii ana urmana--.
P9W ttTesaHttioriaa-adopterjrf. MfWhants,ravie
. . f. ? 4 T r-rrx IT,:-..-.. - . . I
CALENDAR.
The following engrossed House, bjlls
were read the second and third tiniest
arid Were ordered to. be enrolled : .
To incorporate the trustees of Brooks
Chapel Ground, Cleaveland county. .
UliL iJllJiJ'J.&-
. To - incorporate Kiverside Camp j
Ground, Ashe county.
To authorize the public treasurer to
ref mid to certain citizens of New Han-
SfflwMnd Washington
counties the aggregate sum of l,25o,
iityqpIir jimountof ton
tar unconsti-
tutionally levied upon fertilizers.
Tn inAnrnnrato thft Lodtreof the.Inde-
pendent order df(Jo)aSamarijtajahtil
Tn amimd the law in relation to birds
Ulimitine the penalty for killing themf
I Reatgt)1Jl, retRirtedby Mr Scales
fmm the committee on . retrenchment
and reform, to provide a suitable house
foraheUOYernorOMne state, anu w
abolish the office of clerk to the uover
nor, was put upon its passage. ;
mi.mfo offered a bill nrepred by
the commissioners appointed last ses- LJfSroSOTSSSe'
;Sion to provide for a house for the UOV- tie, and so I take It yet I thank God for this rem-
1 - i - 1 AifvanHvAimAif anil vlablnir AVArv AiiffAmr xrV
iornnr as n substitute.
i MivtwaiWii hv Mr. Sfales pro
poses that no house be built, as none
was required or needed, and that the
property known as the old Governors
mansion ue reserved iorme iukwo mm
which to provide a house when one
shall be required. Mr. SoaltabbjU.lso
empowers, Jlfmmson A
titled the ortTaWeadf Md, and
forbids the sale or more, it auuuawa,
tnn. thfl office of OttYgnQft clerk?
that the commission be empowered to
build a house for the Governor at b
of not more than $25,000, or in the evtfei
of the old mansion being utilized, not
;Mr.
more than .Qt&fiCO shall toe-tfxpenaea in
repairs ana iurnnure.
rr
by
against it.
The question-neXtn lecurreaton taa
adoption of the substitute and it was
rejected ayes 8 noes 3. ar ....
Mr. Scales' bill then passed its third
reading,by-,a .Yotefl24 to(811 and goes to
the House; - - -
Under a suspension of the rules Mr.
Taylor called Hp the Senate bill to
amend the law in relatioii WferKJes.1
Strikes out simply the provisiom mak
ing it a misdemeaner to have a fence
less than five.f eet high, as a dead letter,
leading only ' to malicious prosecution.
The bill passed its third reading by a
vote of 25 to 16, and .goes to the House.
IIOrSE qHIENTATIVES.
" February 25.
SALARIES AND FEES.
Thtbilf td regulate thV'salarieaai
fees of county officers was read. Mr.
Coffield said that he was utterly oppose
ed to the bill, and desired to get it from
before4heIfe)ugefas soon as possiDie.
That the Tees were no higher now than
beftrfether'waBr? He moved to lay the
bill on the table, which was doner-; r :
Bill to prohibit the carrying or 'cepf
- 1 1 j ' J1 mk. Kill nnnl
carrying any pis-
reer.
dirk, Drass,
iron or metalie knucks. loaded sticks or
slung shot, concealed, except on his own
premises, and makes the having them
prima facie evidence , of concealment
ft passed. Y "
TT'STICES )K THE PEACE
At 12 m the House proceeded to vole
for iustices-of.,the ,neace: to nil vacan
cies, that being the special order for
that hour. f
EVjENING session.
STOCK LAAVS.
Bill to estalish stock laws in sections
wfrer e one-f ourttt ofthe b&nafidxmn
ers of lands shall petition ttfe l?onntf
commissioners therefor, who shall ap
ooint a fence commission to have charge
speciaijirJer iovMrnfajM neon ;
Bill of the same nature, bwt ftlying
to Gaston. Cleaveland. Rowan, John
ston Union, Anson, Davie, Cabarrus,
Surry, Yadkin j "Chatham, Caswell,
RnffTtincrhsim and "Fnrsvthfi. The stock
law' to be submitted toa- vote of the
people, upon the application of one-fifth
of the qualified, voters jof, the counties
mentioned This "Wttpstssed itsjsecond
vaonmrr
The bill to arrange afedfe66m'reJ
special ortPTforhuTsday.at-ll-o'clock.
Bill taipepd.tlje lwjin, rfljition to
probate of deedi, and, conveyances and
privy examination of married women.
I iwom luo iuuiuc.
-,($U1 firotecttilfevjferv iahhv feeepeys,)
giving tnem a lien on horses ana mules:
tor tueir ooara, waaTaDiear'" -;f
r yBUldtflkAraeiMLthe ha5jgisthft.tewn
of Concord, passed its final reading.
Bill to grant conviefBtytti6 Atlantic,
Tennessee & Ohio Railroad, or States-;
-v411o Air Lino Railroftd, passed its ooc-i
J -J!
Bill ISotttOdUUMafeDallas to!
levy a tax of -500 upon-liquor dealers;
was laid on the table. xwwjr
oeiiatilW JEfaotUBi 0teltsnariihMerfiini7d nsnr
im m km mm il!a,Jk R!4J?i1iZUia is ii j .uw
a .oil eiacoe Lfswriwo,'asi no atinort
i the State, atnomyi thetmtrmmpersaof
HtteUSfi ortthe'ftrr--6 trTfefltaerney
hGiot'Hike due arrangements td
-secure-immiffration-here: bv all means.
JJft has been circulated rhspo
tidm?YFthe North that men from that
wfinnrhAaanm. otvooieiiH
v uiiii Ailin uiiau
and evB maltreated. TheM-evil tales
. - -
gain credence in many places, and de '.
ter hundreds of worthy settlers, who
would be a gafa te any jopunty, to seek
homes elsewhere than in the .Southi
By these means they go to; some West
ern State, andthefrUte.yalleya and
rich mines llilfSiiitmkLihf
them not. i The late convention at
Charlotte gave the lie plainlv to all
f,, bvr airttraiBg that JN orth-
C0m4ic6-as settler?, and
uuii no uuuuucis, aic uici viiu lit? iriic
ness. This is the truth, as is evidenced
in thBomrtunitTV in -which some of the :
most responsible positions are held by
QjMieflrjWUpymtijkfcaigh
stand socially and financially. The con-
these
) racis even more piainiy ceiore the eyes
genuine iove for the State of their
ftW secure. ;,f or her a
fair share hi
lat immigration 1
which
she so much needs, but
whiclistiow
urns aside Il'OUl MT. 'um mvmm here
ould appreciate in a:hij?ntenseJiW-i
ciius, aiLua auu uieuu 01 s tuis -convention,
and encourage" it in all possible
"WaysTfo"r.it is a movement which is
irrrr ft produce the best results. - The
meeting will be held in Metropolitan
k 1 urtMiTii tare-
i South America. Send a self-addressed envelope-!
8 -iS? otanonM uiwe
JSJTS
e York, don't
aiixo fememneic iimx it erdar
acopmtiodate
and save your money, to make war on prices, and
to fill the largest Hotel in New York, the Mammoth
Grand Central, on Broadway, will hereafter be kept
on both the American and European plans. The
American plan including meals and lodging S2.50
or 83.00, and the European plan $l-00aiid up
wards per day. An elegant Restaurant at moder
ate prices, u conducted py the HoteL
li The Question was discussed at some
latKTfK.Wv.fAioiraMAVAAHdliranam. OI WBthealtnand resiojmetne.waswa sysjem w new
Messrs. Scales. Snow and Henderson Pbetfc! irs-trnw J niuiynfai clshucp
r- ilii4Jt!t.iiniorporate,itw town-of.AlM;K-
2" !l nrv. Catawhsi. nnnnt.v. iirssptI it, final
ttmrJi
The GrandCentrJlJ&l on B&rway, N. Y., Is
a big house, and It takes a great many people to
nil It In order to do the latter. 'and to please
everybody, the hotel Is now kept on the both plans';
the American at 2.50 to 3.00. and thtf European
JSSS?
$1.00, and upwards per day. An elegant restaur-
IYTEGETINE.
- niw3 .iAi ia i-?a s-tja'j znrr
, . HEB OWN WORDS. . . , . . ;
1 .itit.NiA iiti ff jia
1 Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13, 1 877.
Mr. H. B. Ste?ens: . -
- Dear Sir Since severaLrears I have sot a sore
and very painful foot - I had some physicians, but
they couldn't cure me. Now I have heard of your
VegeOne from a Jadzwho was sick Jar a long time,
and became aQ welt from your VegeOne, and I
went and bought me one bottle of vegetlne; and
after I had used me ;bottlet the pain,-left me, and
pay attention to it
It U a hlfisslnc for health. --
.2CZ2MJ1W M .W
; .rR8 ebmT ,st4i .a tunr
; .02 smu
H. E. Stevens:
.1.3 x iM AH aar
our Vegetlnewas recommende
tfndV'Jfcidlhg"'3 lfberaskfcW'erst
IcbrtedeHhr5 -AtfeeT tnwertB
superinduced by QverwqrB: ,af rjefflJit)itsVi
Ka TwondeTfuHiWHgfherimfi -uratW'propeT
tins fuwnied to affect mr debilitated system frOB"
them-stlose1; todmewrslsnrJuaeS1
ly jeeovered, gaining rapre.fhan ttsnal-MaJfliian
Bood feelmKtflno? fSeisf ave' kotahetsdio
give Vegetlne my most unqualifle fitddrsement,
as being a safevsmVi
:tza,j .ijTJiyftAa'ai lur.u is7"aof d
oj - 5 juilrtfaJooo toolt Ji-j8 ,joW abhsl ftifO
THE BEST SPRING MEblCINiUi anul
.!od a ioi whJo Cbaswaiww))
McuB.l&G&troWi-iol snoUaoOlMiii bns eiusl'I
'tms Slrnfls- 4elo0rfr that Kitarve taadi
yoo looPewirlotniV ifaarflyior'seversV
yearsn tfilitB Iba t;croful or iCatikeroas.'
Humors WBheumao affections IteanbU be t
ceUedan4i8W0MpurifiernBprm
It ia-ttrti3 -'MAMMbk fihave ever used, and I have
used 1 Hie si '-ewjinwig. i cancneenuuy recom
mend ft tVMy toii Iri need of such a medicine.
Tr,a-Job irflo'ryrirtesMeetally,
.'sdiV A. A. DINSMOBE,
..OcdKOHT H8AW .w 19 BusseU street
.HjJTlKLiH -I.Ji
;K'fitXHA sn(bIllTQt.9ir5ait'
.siifdiumsfift bn-,0Bf AJlcfe'S
VEGETINE.
40 ' iiiavrji.ia i
WHAT IS NEEDED. J'
in ai i'.!1 vm 'f cT
V.(ll7i..l fOHJ Boston,Teb. 13,1871.
H. B, Stevens, Esq.: tXHtat
Dear Sir About one, year atacel 4ound j
in n fenhiA eenSirMnhmr general aebllity."
tine was stronely recommended to me by a friend
who had Deen-BiKliienefltatt by Its use. I pro
cured the article, and, after using several bottles,
was festered to healthjarid discontinued Its naeJ I
feel qnljo waiflripnt that tham la nn mtuHclnft tca-
perior to lt4oros&4painta,forT which U 18,68
peclaUy prepared;jniuld ' eneAeHully
mend it to those who feel that they need some1
thing to restore ttiernXM ftKfecCttsfiUtt
Respectfully yours.
hs.'' to jfjoH ,pntfti'i Ho iMbmhis owl ,tc
u iit'awvui HfrMirx3I .siii f 'a 'U ail
' Mf V iT. ' tA,tti.T Kill "iftt ht
. '.' ind-.i'' -'iJiTa 9tU 9-3 o
ALL HAVE OBTAINED SfclttF.iljl'
.-J' ii 31'
South Berwick. Me., Jan. 17, 1872.
tt -tt 'sf:'llant?iM PilJa Kfsuod soI'-aB ;
.w.Sy.iWl'f; - pJeectJ llf 1H w ,.u'
: Dear SliIhaveiad dyspjrpfeW m rbnrorttf fon
for the- last ten years, and have taken hundreds of
Hollars' worth; 6f;'mecine.wWtoutWali
relief. ln Septeraber last t eommenced taking the
Votftn mrJw whtrih tlm-lTmlilth has steadUv
improved. My food digests wepfand I batojgain
ed hfteen pounds of flesh,,- There, are .seTeiaf-oth-ers
in this place taking f egeHaei and ail nave jbfc-
tnlnul Ktllof '
o. u4t Vdnrsterabr.''"-''' n'iw bi
3. A AH... ;t THOMAS E. MOORX,1
Overseer Card Booms Portsmouth Co.sMOIiL
li .VIGETINE
r
Prepared by,
H. R. STEVENS. BOSTON, MASS.
;.-: vN'. li i-: ;
Vegetlne is sold by all Druggists.1!
Jan5
"tt, ii'
45 Years Before the Public.
THE CENOINE
c.Mclane:sv
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS
' 'TTOR'THBi 'fctJREOf'1'";
ti
1S1L MJj I
fi
111; JieTjatT li s. (rmijjiv
complain
.tsifi tr To alii itii'MWiitn Iran id) ui
vB'i ai t-m 7M wthf.m ml (t4awLf!vti Jadi
nl'-..eJb bis- "iyiP'-!' f. JIW5ipa srrf
' 1,1 -Syiaptoms of-a-DiseaseiuLi'
liini 111 inc. ligm. aiuc, uiiuci
'Jtndg fid the ribsi.increases on pcts
' " 1
enpatient is rarely able to he
side; sometimess the. pain
-the -shoulder triads anA
ftendto'trle' toptf $ti6
P TheiMMismln thd arrrfrTheistomi
;&JafegdwitH'sWbtMrin-e
and sickness ; the bowels m general
are costive, sometimes alternative kith
lax : the head u-ttrpuhLad
1 -
accompaniea witn a ami, neavy se
heavv se4 i
I J . - - J 1, . n .r . .4 -. . - .
JWS V5sf?KJ?
erally ;
-accom
a 'cohsiderable loss of memory, ,
ought t
ought to have been done, A slight, ;
dry cough is someerattendanU
The patieht complains of weariness !
and debility ; ,.he is. easily startled, his 1
feet are cold "oY burning, and he com-
plains of 'lafricfclyJ?feetisation of the
skin his spirits are law ;rnd although '
helisskrlsftel tSat efxerAseivvJiId Be ,
beneficiaj . .Jiunyet, he, can scarcely :
summOh'iiii ibrtitude'eriduffh to trv it j
Jltif fctTktfrstrusfreryifBmedya
the disease, but cases nave occurred i
where few of them-existed, yet exam-
,jmtion-MlfhhQi-,Af death.. has j
svsbB theAXVER.tahavebn-iejiw 1
sively deranged. . 5 -.?93-r4 ,
AGUE AND FEVER.
taken with Quinine, are productive of v
the most happy results. ; No , better '
i cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after ; taking fluijyne- We would
. advise all who are"atnicted with this :
diisasfe'ft -fi vev therfia? pAiiTTRiAU I
equaled
The genuine, are never'sugar coated. '
- Every fcbkrliaVfedWax seal On the!
lid, wttffee jninriQivMcLANE's
Liver Pills. ' - "t
esaine,McLANK's Ljver,Pi
LLS
c itnarires.
iff C.M81AK.i
and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
- Insist : upon . navinsr the cenume I
" Q'MpLAJfEVLrvER Pitts, prepared by
Flerbrolj1oHpiMBfir,'ik.-; the
market being , lull of imitations of the
y name JHciaiKS, 'spelled dtffercntly but
same-pronunciation.-
on the left
1 s J-r. ; a ;0C,1 Jjgiw
j i)Di. t .ur ji-uvjt era "vr-jnipeiiLfnygTesiva
t9 at j ceni 3 per t :a j i iwr uy. j irnf
by the r 'iar f -soice Dr' i f MefisHiet.. I ewt
Orleans- Aolasses; tiii"i"Br t FWioe ha
eiir: enoioe aiaeKereL t. tuL nrnnioF. rjciries?
looaB by 4he dowry 'EaU'BifttwT Jl V 15ceutv
lull shr 'of' ail fcfnfl;ff Ifrfi'atb8edAi'
Onkmtrevtai large-totetoe, OhJoRsi1 f-;
: Call and exaaiine our gools at Ihe'oreonTrad
street or branch store corner-7th aad0 street, mar
Baptist church. Sad&factiMLcuaranteed or money
refandedV- . ,. B. N. SMITH.
';ii'f . .
! -rtrtfrS libw In store a fan supply of Groceries &
WlffW.4 tH
?,SfJiS. 01 f . .v v . J. rot
jiSlltoJREEYS
f-OJtfiO.'Ot-.w;,. s.'n
XUttJUSIBl XUKJU&XPS iUttJi.Dl .
Pure Bronze,1 verJlkrgB'and fine.
tS8 .W) f ea wX ff?i cSwnsnwJ
TOTICK TO FABMEBSlll
'.T21SAX KOTTOO Up
'buuWngr&Sr Wblmerffoffie ftrst or sec-
ond fkwrs and will , give waiehousjj jreDij
! s'.-J4 .,siii!!tr:tq
wluchyoa(dmwjnone7udeweaiiii woi i-h-
f 3FvChar8 moderate. . ess; 1
i wa.
H. GATTHKB,
octl2
; SEEBi1&E&e.
j 600 Bushels Seed Oatsv- '
. 50 Busneis . u. lnsn roouoes. kovvOI
-txiTB. I lour ana naemunin.
I gBaJed Hay, Shacks. TMdtt: ; ; ;tL7S
i SIT11 HElTT:GBpCEBIKt
glfecerved and for sale by ',14
WILLIAMS & ratGfl
c.JTeb. 20, 1879.
. ...i iii.iil
Cio
T TON
fiHJcvnsjnu .crii;r!
OBDEpS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICXjfESp
THOMAS H. GAIT HER,
"fTOM
Com m issioh MxrcsAiTt.
B. ALEXANDER & CO.,
0601- . . " '
retGENERAL COMMISSION. MERCHANTS K
r .... usoiTW3 A.;.."f.
- :i i'i
Ou.Sttiil.iCollege Street, Charlotte, NC,. dim
Ct0.na.1r L .Ji
Ck'. 't.'flSS.i" . . J'VJlix
WeeaiBeeeBesafaeBMiy psadMes than
any house in the city, and. still solicit further con
consignment mi&jiaa to
oe aaosnea witn ine nest joo we can put up on uus
market - All those whacannot be pteaaed wlUi our
best efforts, are respectfutl. reiuetteoto end
their goods to somebody else.'
BOCEBIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS!
NEW FEATURES 1
Come to me foV'Bacd Coffee. Mo
lasses, and other Family Groceries.
just received, a rew oarreis 01 nerry. jroexers (va
vleeounty) ouat t 41,
BEST RYE WHISKEY.
xi'l ilieijt IfJCounta Hams. I sen for cash.
Ail gooos aeuverea in ine cny rree 01 cnarge.
W. H. CRIMMINGER,
Trade Street
extjdoar tow wllson & Black'a old stand.
NOTHEB FRESH ARRIVAL OF
F. A. Ferris 4 Co.'s
Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef and Tongues.
Also, MagunUa. and J&T George Hams. Lard
in tabs, kettIeThAe&ahd ifte. '
, LeBOY DAVIDSON.
0
Smokers wns Judges prohounce our
SENIOR
5 cent Cigar the best yet
t v ami iax. w.w.
i !M
1
Try Blackmur's Twin Pure Smoking Tobacco, at
LeBOY DAVIDSON'S.
-TI !Wl A ?tQi?r
,inf?-i 1m
lendld line of Kegs, from lto 10
Chums, ButajBdar.wr njrira hoops),
Brooms, &c. Jusf fn ')cl1b0Y DAVIDSON.
No other Aowe iir the ct eah aie any eutmvto
JfBeplngastot t''T :-. ,.
GEtCMERIES
byiglyytppstB -R(t .bwran
iv u every respect.
w;rtw" ol wot srf frbln ci
L.T..; -tP ?"H tnft ill Tlif ed
n,'-iii
Consumers of tea win find the only first class stock 1
W TlEle'city ai dY YlYTDSON1 -
iif.'jt iuji:
1 Mir .1'
TUT.MirB!T
'.it
li '
-w ' - 2.'.d bir ij-
wtf )';f!l b"3ftanTv,.'nfisss!v bns ,?0fi5Uir!jii-f5
dJfaid ".jistt-j i 'Jsi- i jj i""-';;r-sh 'if 1'jui s
1
ifeaji liiiw js'tj i94i t(i 'Jo -jLi? i-fi?or iJ jf)
f
wwd W AjaTKd'rjJWKM- td no ff?rjcnl) I
.1
lartfse-rreel'M Vbpettieii pla'ceSltTniy
K'trj'tlfHv clil it?!flnas,iDeeaw.. . ito - ah
!aiT fo "njf? stiUiJ!
i7
,aoH JiX -TSOSk ;FiDRAYTON( v I
Charlotte, N. C.
1
Mb. HinetM. Cbowkll, of Newark, New Jersey,
well Knnwn rTTiarlnfvfrft1f vtf tLe titfaSot Bw.
15th of Pefsffftwjtgg gdandsome Bnei
of samples for dressi
rmfimwu Mill a. tiiMmffTHp
the newest and mtud. fAshlnnnWA tnwla In fh Ann.
ket Hold your orders, and remelhbe? the date?
w juaiu ...in', i
febOtf
b,Swl,yi(iil
JQ CASES HUNYlblANOSTAa w ?;J
wo
ei-ji
TTlrSrlsnSsi tfecefY&.,tt vb erii ihut iwd '
WILSON ft ECaWEtLi
an30
n7,
V i l
- I ti n
veils 'Al i
4
-:ui ur.j . tai,:s - aitwii
a-) x 5 Btova and Hardware House foe -
JUU4 -
j i ;
ttf X A H A B D Wi B B
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m
jSr
1.
nr.
ill
eru.xuma.
f J i-tii
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lfii'i'tt i,
Buy yom 'COOK STOVES Ifrom me, as I nave 12
go4 reasons .irhfaey iftH do year work Quick, aiid
Eaay,'Cnai and Clean 4 '
i.'diAlij it .t - 1
BECAUSE .. .-,
'Theiw eneaneBttoDuy; -
J'li tijJdiUil R. ii .' s - . : -
BECAUSE liUrnl; . i w -
f, i j They aw beat to use.
BECAUSE '
j TheytDOkfi evenly and qoKKly.: Ti
BECAUSE. .
Their otrauon Is perfect
10 1 f, 1
BECAUSE , '
They always have a good draft?
BECAUSE -
They are made of the best material. ,
BECAUSE
. Xhey jtoasi perrecuy. j
BECAUSE ' -
. 'VileirequtN but little fuel
l t r T
1 1
BECAUSE ',' ' '. '
' - . They are very low priced.
Because yi'j - . . ..
, They are easuy managed.
BECAUSE: .?!: .
jlt,;;Tbej:ne suited to aU localities.
B'RfiATTfti' I,f -'
- ' Every Stove to guaranteed to gtre satisfaction . I
ft ALDWELt HOUSE;
Ualdwell housb,
CALDWELL HOUSI7 '
CALDWELL HOUSAV,
Cornet Tryon and Stzth Streets,
Corner .Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CHABLOTTE, N. C.
CHABLOTTE, N. C,
& P. CALDWELL,.
.Proprietor.
1
This house is permanently eetabUahed and offers
aB the conveniences and comforts of a first-class I
bcarding ,hQU9e; Persons visiting the City wfll find
ft it pleasant home. ur Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnihed;wh rooms. ;
'ftlTESU-Pfit day,' transient $1.25; per week,
$6.00. ' Regulars-table, $13.00; board and room
pet month $18.00,
' JanlO
G
BEAT BARGAINS FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
AT-
J, T, BUTLER'S.
J. T. BUTLEB'S.
WATCHES,.
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
SILVER AND
SELVER-
PLATED
WARE,
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
FT; Gold-Head Canes and
everything you wast,
J T. BUTLEB'S,
r Christmas, at
dee24.;,!r-.
Tiff DjSSIB3f to call attentfcja OUBBTC
VY X DESIBE.to oaU ftenttontoWBSTt
T7 A StT" GO O D O
r a n cyri e ood o
.. .....
u 7nmrU ti,.
rGtooad and
Cut
Glass BeUles, jUm hanidomest
: ;:.."-Hi! I'frbiu; MtW)'? eaomn j
TbWlatertstyteaotlWi ;
f, .(.to Hi ui;h'?T!.! girj t trmxiA j
rathe market
. mclnmng aome noveiaey which war. vay yoola
: II I'iU 1 : ili- .r -. .(: ... j,;
1
!
vim
! call and examine.
i.'i JO!- .'fV
rj. 1
ITNX KATBCEand CELULOID TCfLETCasea
. v - . - ,1'.. -. ' : 1 1
im.tKJi; null .;.,c-:fr-.;i M; bivs jtfi '
rrench Plate
Hand mrrore,. Rd3sU Leather
Pocket Books; alsa a full stock of English and
American Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes.
L. B. WRISTON CO.
de18
1
! X THECETBOTm
l ' ' ' tl' " u' 1'
Cbchxane .keeps the, beet BYE; WHISKEY, Stand-
.... , .
- ardPnxe, Two Years OM.f
JfOB ITNE TNESj 1 ' '
. ' - 1
v- ,An4rnielnQr8, Three Years Old, go, v
t . im"
Central Hotel Batoon.
'i .-. t . f !it I f-4i.
i.j 1 ,
1.
I' t WW
lain'
(!W!9 BK JttlMpSI 'ii
fflmaiitfBWIiM canteges, ittiana.BBg- I4)utip.i,...i,.,,......
iea or Sad Horsee. o to tie Sew' LitWr.t ClTneto etop pnly;,jrt,tori.MUVBoc
If yon want Carriage and Baggage Wagon
5.' & twitv.&m
H you want jour horses weBIedAnaweagiwmjeAf eaTOnoaj-jJajRlch-
mtBthANmiUiMvlttiiUA. ; .
Careful drlversi promptiiass and reasonable pricea
kiny2a
''UJ '.1
4-1 . i
TJOB BENT.
- iThe two stores tn thn Rrlnr k kUrxtiAar hnffrftaa'
'to Trade street Mr. t . J. L. MOREHEAD.
rpHE BEST STOCK OP
v wjvium ra an. uut i iAuiuitiUa,
la the city at : - j"
- - LeROY DAYIDSOJTS.
JIHIOW
t.n, .TT-..-.- . . '
TEA. x;, (r. i '"''1
ti JlJU : it-t.r
v. ' "iraiioFBtraviAgro
a jRtrrnArwonai debQifr. TTOmafme d-
CtatHam sf i; N; f ' r'J J j . -
Vebi 204fcw3m7
THi WOBKINGMAN'8 lTBTENTTV .7,1,1',
HE WOEKINGMAN'S XMESlJl!11''
tn these days of political trickery, a true Wend In
ine dim 01 neea. is b ineuu uiueeu, auu bwu ,
a friend Is 1
A f
db:jwhthall!&.
1
BALSAM WJiTINGrS;
CONSUMPTTpN.' COUGHS,' COLDS,1 'ASTHMA,'
BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, 1 ' r. r
and all diseases of the Longs, Chest and Throat
: Thin wall known remedr has been used for thir
ty years and has cured thousands of eases, many of
which were given up as hopeless, -.a; :
No case, however obstinate, can resist, the heal
ing properties 01 lir. we aau's uaisam iorme
lAUlgS. i rr- .--..nc - '
psT" Remember that it Is the persistent me of the
Balsam that cures the worst cases.
JOHN FHENRYCUEBAN & CO.,
, Sole Proprietors,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
For sale b? L. ' R. Wriston & Co., Charlotte, N. Cj
Is perfect' SLObvPtnuFiEB; and Is the
onlrpcreiy Vsostabib remedy known tosd
- ence, that hat made radical and Pebxakxkt
Cxiajs of Stthtus and Scbotola. in all their.
...stagea,v -y ' '" .'
It; toorowhly removes mercury from the
system ; it . relieves the agonies of mercurial
xheumatisni,and speedily 'cures an skin dis-
. S v uy druggists generally
'teb25 6m ; ' -.-
SMITH'S WORM OIL.
ATHEf8,GA.,D6oembei8,1878.
A few nlsbta since I save mr son one dose of the
Worm OB. and the next day he passed alxteen
huge worms.. At the same time j gave one to my
lltUe ,M, four years old, and she passed eighty-six
worms from lour to nrteen mcnes rongj
Worm Oil for sale by Druggists generally. Pre
pared by E. S. LYNDON, Athens, Ga.
Price 25 cents. feb21d&wly.
QONDENSED TIME.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TbAd eonro east.
' ' No. 8
Date, Nov. 10, 18. No. 2 No. 4 Daily
Dally Daily. ex.Sun.
Leave Charlotte, 3.45 a m 6.55 p m
44 Greensboro, a20amf . 4.10pm
" BalelKh. . 300pm :50am
Arrive Golasboro, 5.25 pm 9.80 am
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. for
all points In Western- North Carottna, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro wlth R.A DB. R:for all
points Monn, ast ana. west, ai uoiasooro wn
w. W. K. K. lor wumington. - - -
' No. 4 Connects at GreeaBboro with B. D. R,
: B. for an points North, .East and. west.
TBATN3 GOIMO WXST.
- i No. 7.
Date, Nov. 10, '78. No. 1 No. 3 Dally
1, . : Daily, Daily, ex. Sun,-
Leave Goldsboro, 9.50 am 5.35pm
u Vtf Baleigh, . SJBQim- : 1 , fvSOam
f; Greensboro 8.28 pro 647 am
Arrive Charlotte, 12-25 an 10.50 am
No. i Oonhecta at ' Oreehsboro ' witfr Salem
trancn. At Charlotte with iC.; Q A A. B. B. for aU
lotnte South aao SouUt-west: at Air-Line Junction
with A. 4 C. AI IBallJDoadfpxaa points Soutt and
'SouthHsastV1 .'-"'"i
Na 3-Conmectd atSaDsbunr with W. N. C tt; B.
1 dai&eept)Suiullyi At iAir-
points South and Southrwest f
Liif u-n 1
I.,r I.,.:.,,.. UUEKBKAHCS.
lieave Greensboro, dally except Sunday,
lirrive SalemT - " -
. aBQ Plan
10.60 5 m
Leavesaiem, - - ' ; .om
Arrive iebo(Cb . iV- " - 7-45 a m
Connecttna at Greensboro wUhtraiss ofrtheS-4
D. and N.. a Railroads.
Ul.l'i t, V ! 'in i ,VJ7f f1 rf j T. .'.i , v
111 ,!l311f?.H.Jif?it"w
Bub both ways- on Trains jJos, 1 and 2, between
New York and Atlanta via Richmond,' Greensboro
nn'uiiinqm.'Sin oou wmys tju 1 rauia bus. gua
4-between New Yprk and Savannah yla Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta. t . , . - '
Through Tickets on sale at Greerisboroi Baleigh.
Goldsboro; 'Salisbury ' and Chariottef and -at aa
principal rjotnts SouthTsoutbrwest' west: North
and EastJ Fot ;Eniigrantratetopotateln Arkan
m and Texas, address . . . , ;
"':,"-.''; MACMUBDO.- -'i
. Gen. Passengee agent, 1
. ' ilMK20 ' t . ; . r Rlcjimond ,Ya j
GHAKLOTTE,1 , COLUMBIA ANH AUGUSTA
rK5;T.,,. :"BAILBOAD.,''Uiti .!, n- r--jU ,
riii ; f4 i !'t ' i .i'I .'iSV" V fi-'i ..' i ;i ;I .. '
Chabmttk. Coluiebu AND AUeCSTA B, B.,
; Oii and after Sunday, Deo. 29th, ; 1878, the fol-
lowingjpassenger acaeauie wiu m run 1 over uns
road tashlngtonllme,); " .
, '. NIGHT. EXPRESS. "
leave.Charlotte, ..................... 1 00 a.m
f Arrive Cordmbiav.-. .
O UU A. M
6 05A.M
10 0C A.X
iieavejoRmipia vutu...t.iju. . . .
Arrive Augustas
' i "-lY.iJ Goimq North, No. 2,
Leave Augusta. . j
Arrive Columbia,
Leave Columbia, , ......... . . . , : . .
Arrive Obarlotte,.. -
DAY PASSENGEB. -GOING
SOOTH, Na 3.
Leave Charlotte. :t . ki&M
Arrive Columbia...
5 55 T.M.
10 OOP, v.
10 lOf.M.
3 10 A.M.
.11 27 AM.
leaveiiamoi ...
:B0RM.
e Augusta, . vu
a.k
t ' I Arrive Columbia . .-. . . .-.:i. 1 ao
. IIaiMMnMa.:i: : 1 ,-. 1 MP
e, Bates-.
hmc. IQdM Snrtaes. Johstohi TKliUaand Granite'
ton
1 miwuah otMer atationa wuli te ncwrntted as flaa
r PnUmstn Palacy sleeping ana drawing-room
Vn-'NfBL-ind 2.1 -Greensboro t Auaustai atao
J 'l:mOBaitrSpiXiaruewrajtnaui f...!
'sri RimcMctoO. iGiAgent- J iiJ-sv' -
1ST
Sri rr -t -
lf
I' IT TO I J C j -T T-t ' T 1 f 4
L11) tn the Signal OtOc, over Traders' Rational
. t i ..... ... s
Calls, nignt or oay, wui receive prompt aoeniionw
tEE W. BATTLE, lD,,; ,
ttAvinff removed his office to the first Boor
over
' tfa Traders' National Bank; can be f rand,
there
i all hours during the day,: and at his residence
ner sevenin ana uouege sueevs, at nigai,
feb7 8m' a t'tti ti
fc:
rs HAVE,: j
1 .
"j
Just received a1 fresh supply of superior Tea;
WILSON & BURWELL,
JanSO
Tr NICHOLAS,
' iff r
a
i
i
.SCBIBNEB'8 ILLUSTRATED MASAZDTE
' , FOB ettLyiKD-BOTSk 4
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ii whu 101 oegan uie Duiin.
ition ol St Nicholas, an ninatnto? tfri?1V11-
tor Girls and Boys. withMra. Mary Mjuoes Do
editor. , Five years have passed sinosthflT aSTT. J
ber was issued, and' the magazine has wtmn?'
hJfibet po8iUo(.,iit has q WhlTeirwUaS 0e
' T 4 '! o 60,000 cimmtyaf
? It is published .simultaneously td Londm-"o
New York, and the tranaatlanocrworini an?
ottoatUttectfuse. herldealonttnSLr
v-ay
unS
drnwrng from lOreadrySwp ?
from promMng jmw; cnea- MrTjw't a,J?
ton's nw seriaJ story for boys & 8toclc-
J8-W.S. ... .---1 " F
11. .d-A. fELLOWHHrp,"
WTTI inn tftrOTlh thA
ginning with rLl
tinned tale,
"HALF i' DOZEN BOOSSKXKPEBS,"
By Katharine D. Smith, with iilustraOons by Fri
eb'ott
uedfatry-taie caliid connn-
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Written by Julian Hawthorne, end lllustratpfi h
Alfred Fredericks.--About the nthir ftSSSSl?'
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volumes Wready Issued,' prophesy conceruinethfi
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