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Stye Oti)drlotte bscrtw.
FRIDAY, MARCill -28, 1879.
Brief New Item.
Brief News Items.
The Vicksburg Commercial says that
the habit of opium smoking is gaming
a strong hold in that city.
The Jewish population of Jerusalem,
which was only 300 at the beginnings
the present century, is now over 15,000.
Vn anonymous letter warning the
mayor of New York city to expect as
sassination was received at his ofhce
C. C. Gathwaite, a New York whole
sale clothing merchant, committed sui
cide Monday while suffering from aber
ration of mind.,
Rainev, a colored ex-Congressman
from South Carolina, is to be provided
lor by an appointment to a fat office in
tire treasury department.
The South Carolina Congressmen,
singular to relate, have received peti
tions in favor of a continuance of the
tariff on certain articles.
The New York World denies various
rumors about a change of ownership
and policy of that journal. It says that
no change either way is contemplated.
The Southern Express Company re
lateS;unttri)eeem"ber!lst next, to re-cflVe-
fot tran8porlattQn bodies of per
sonpshb (titofeIlow eJterin 1878.
fjuiitturdererof the actor
Porter, waived examination, and his
trial was called at Marshall, Texas,
AVednesday. A Texas mob has lost the
prettiest opportunity ever offered.
Trinity Church, New York, has made
an ecclesiastical innovation. The sex
ton and ushers are to wear black gowns.
The effect is described as picturesque,
and strangers wanting seats have no
difficulty in telling who to apply to.
Mr. Frank Alfriend has been appoint
ed clerk of Gen. Gordon's committee
(of commerce) at a salary of $2,000 per
annum. Mr Robert Alston is messen
ger of the committee, havinir a salary
of $1,203 a year. ;
An old-fashioned bookcase and seore
v tary was recently purchased at auction
in Cincinnati for $5 that had a secret
drawer containing $16,000 in old bank
hills, counterfeit coin and various arti
cles dating back to 1S20.
Some fifty or more stockholders of the
Bay .Line and Seaboard and Roanoke
railroad went down to "Norfolk from
Baltimore Tuesday morning, and left
for Hamlet. N.C., "to examine the line
of railroad in which they are interested.
There is some talk of abolishing ex
ecutive sessions of the Senate, as any
necessarily secret inquiry in regard to
candidates nominated for offices by the
President may be conducted before the
committee to winch it may be referred.
John Stanger, Jr., a married man and
business manager of the Southern Glass
Works, at Louisville, Ky., disappeared
one day last week with a sum of money
amounting to several thousand dollars,
belonging to the company.
Julius Christian and Patrick Smith,
both colored, suffered the death penalty
at New Kent (Va.) Court House, Tues
day, for the murder of John Calvin
Lacy, of New Kent county, on the even
ing of February 17th, 1879. Claiborne
Smith, colored, had already been execu
ted for the same crime. All confessed
In Boone county, Mo., Sunday, Miss
Julia Rowland coin in it ted suicide by
taking poison. She was keeping house
for her uncle, James Rowland, a farmer,
who, on finding her dead,' shot himself
in the head, but was still alive at last
accounts. It is supposed that having
objected to the visits of her lover he
attempted to kill himself o realizing
During the debate last Monday re
garding the officers of the Senate, the
Republicans indulged in the prediction
that they are all making in private that
the Senate would in 1881 be again Re
publican. They base this on the fact
that the Democratic Senators then go
out from the following States : Indiana,
Ohio, New Jersey, Connecticut, Dela
ware, New York and Pennsylvania.
From these vacancies the Republicans
have to get enough Republican Senators
to change the political complexion of
the Senate. This, of course, is upon the
idea that the Democrats can gain none
in any State, except in Mississippi, to
till Bruce's place.
A half-breed, while going to Fort
Belknap, Montana, for the purpose of
trading, recently, was attacked and
killed by a party of Tetons. The occur
rence indicates the hostility of the Te
"tori Sioux to everybody that comes in
their way. The Sioux generally in that
section have become unruly and law
less, and it is the opinion of Agent Lin
coln, that there will be trouble with
.Sitting Bull's liostiles within two
months.. The commissioner of Indian
affair? at Washington discredits the re
port of ' Sitting. .Bull's intended plan of
operations, because Indians do not tell
what: they are going to do, and they do
not attack .fortifications. They may
'make. .trouble, he thinks, but certainly
will not declare their designs before
hand. ; ' v
Raleigh Observer. 1
List of brands of fertilizers that have
been licensed, up to date, to be sold in
this State during the year :
New. Brands L. & R. Acid Phos
phate, Lister's Ammoniated Dissolved
Bone, Complete Guano, Chesapeake
Guano, Standard Fertilizer.
Old brands whose licenses have been
renewed Long's Prepared Chemicals,
Navassa Acid Phosphate, Pine Island
Ammoniated Phosphate, Stono, Phos.
Co.'s Sol. Guano, Stono Phos. Co.'s Acid
Phosphate, Carolina Fertilizer, Etiwan
Dissolved Hones, Piedmont Guano Co.'s
fecial Fertilizer, Zell's Cotton Acid
Phosphate, Peruvian Guano and Bone
Dust, Georgia Grange Chemicals, Bald
win Ammoniated Dissolved Bones, Cot
ton Food, Arlington B, Planters' Fa
vorite, Eureka Fertilizer, Whann's Raw
Bone Superphosphate, Patapsco Ammo
niated Sol. Phosphate, Sea Fowl Gu
ano. Old brands whose licenses have not
been renewed H. Preston & Son?, Su
perphosphate ; H. Preston & Sons, Acid
Phosphate; Rhodes' Sol. Superphos
phate, Excellenza Cotton Fertilizer,
Chappello Champion Ammoniated Su
perphosphate. Papers WiTftdrawn and Referred.
IntheSinate Monday From the Congressional
On motion of Mr. Vance, it was or
dered, That the papers in the case of
Pauline Jones, widow of Alexander
Jones, now on the files of the Senate be
withdrawn therefrom and referred to
the committee on military affairs.
Ease Attainable by the Bheumatle.
Yes, although they may despair ol relief. It Is
attainable by rheumatic ; sufferers, for toere is a
irafSSSIf ott' P mean of Increased
Sty?.iLM,r ys-tlmportant channels for
bli P?1Ion'1ne acrli element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms theory completely borne out byurin
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamlna
Hon of the blood with ; the blle-and a oertata
. means of relief In dyspepsia, fever and ague and
- nervous aitaents. il isperhaps, the fliSt toSo
, xtant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians andlmalyste
who pronounce tt to be eminently pure and very
, beneficial. The press also endorses it "
SOMETHIISG ABOUT THE STAGE.
A Great Actor on the Future of the
Drama Southern, Northern, and
A Philadelphia Press reporter has
been interviewing Mr. F. C. Bangs on
various subjects connected with the
Reporter" It has been said, Mr.
Bangs, that the day of the purely classic
drama is past that the masses no long
er accord it the same generous support
of twenty or thirty years ago. How
far is that true ? Has the classic drama
seen its best days?"
Mr. Bangs "No; very farifrom it.
After the time you speak of there came
what may be called the reign of melo
drama. This in turn succumbed tohur
lesque, and, still on the down grade, af
ter that came opera bouffe. These, how
ever, have nearly all run their course,
and will never again enjoy the same
popularity that they did before.
"Oh, yes of course I omitted the
'Pinafore.' But that is something so
refreshingly new and so entirely novel
that one can hardly wonder at its pop
ularity. But I can say with all sinceri
ty that to-day the classic actors legit
imate, tragedians are all drawing large
audiences in every part of the country
in fact, since the war they have never
Anna a hp.tt.flr business than thev are
doing to-day." - . "
" To what do . yrju ; attribute this
Well, perhaps to satiety of. the light
and frivolous. There is always iHat I
may term a flippant period immediate
ly after a war. Everybody thinks things
will continue to go on just as they were.
There is a demand for the flashy and
sensational. The country does not set
tle down, so to speak, to its solid con
servatism until something occurs to re
mind people that war times have passed
away, and that business has to come
down once more to a solid, legitimate
footing. With the revival, of the latter
feeling conies a dislike to the amuse
ment enjoyed while the era of mad
speculation and fast living held sway."
" That's a philosophical sort of view."
"But it is the truth, which you will
admit if you think a moment."
" Mr. Bangs, I should like to obtain
your opinion of audiences in different
sections of the country ; there are dif
ferences, are there not ?''
" Oh, certainly. There are not, per
haps, such marked distinctive differen
ces between the audiences of this city,
New York and Boston, as there are be
tween these cities and those of the
South and West. But yet there are
some to be noted. Boston is the most
appreciative and its people are, perhaps-,
the most critical. A New York audi
ence is generally hearty and demonstra
tive, its marked' approbation sometimes
approaching tumulluousness. Phila
delphia is slow to receive a stranger,
and takes time to m;ike up its mind on
his merits. But when a stranger does
win popular approval, it means- td be
received with own arms and generous
appreciation. A Philadelphia audience
is chary of its applause until aroused to
enthusiasm; it then makes up in fervor
what it lacked in encouragement.
"Southern audiences are not as de
monstrative as one would expect. There
are and, of course, I speak now of the
larger cities, of New Orleans, Savannah.
Montgomery, Mobile generally a class
who have as line an appreciation or
good acting as any in the North, and
they accord a most generous support to
their theatres when proper attractions
are provided. "Western audiences are
like the character ot the estern peo
ple large-hearted and demonstrative
in the extreme caring less for finer
aesthetical efforts than for thrilling sit
uations and strongly-drawn characters.
But in all sections of the country. I may
say that to-day the classic drama is in
tavor, in popular demand, and that a
reaction has set in which bids fair to
last for some years."
End of the Brunswick County Contests
(Wilmington Sun. J
The old troublesome Brunswick elec
tion case is now at an end. It will be
remembered that on the first Monday
of last December the Republican and
the Democratic officers employed
counsel and held a kind of court to de
cide which of the two sets were entitled
to office, the Democrats having been de
clared elected by the returning board
and the Republicans contesting it. It
resulted favorable to the Democrats,
whereupon the canvassing board pro
ceeded to qualify each officer and in
duct him into his office. The Republi
cans held over and consequently there
were two sets of officer" for that one
county. Confusion would, of course,
be the result Of this, and to avoid it, the
respective parties drew an agreement
among themselves, that the Democrats
would desist from exercising the duties
of office until the Supreme Court should
either reverse or affirm Judge Buxton's
decision. The Republicans agreed .that
should the Supreme Court affirm Judge
Buxton's decision, they would peaceably
yield and retire from officeJ This agree
ment was signed by every individual
man of each body.iiml also by their
counsel. The Supreme Court has af
firmed Judge Buxton's decision, and
the result will seat the Democratic offi
cers, without opposition, except the Re
publicans have reserved the . right to
test the validity of the title of the Dem
ocratic officers to office, by a rpio war
Charleston News & Courier, 2t$th.J
Senator Hampton is improving stead
ily, but the physicians in attendance up
on him agree in the opinion that it
would be extremely imprudent in him
to go, at this time, to Washington. The
journey would be fatiguing, at least to
one in his condition, and his physicians
earnestly advise against it. This is the
reason why Senator Hampton is not in
his seat in the Senate.
We are informed. that Senator Hamp
ton is in constant communication with
Senator Butler and other Democratic
leaoers. ney see no present necessity
tor Senator Hampton to run any risk of
retarding his complete recovery by pre
mature exertion. Relying on their judg
ment he reconciles himself as best he
may to his temporary withdrawal from
.active participation in public affairs
) e are authorized to say, however, that
in case any emergency should arise call
ing tor the voice or vote of -Senator
Hampton, he will, whatever the cost to
himself, go, instantly to Washington
and be sworn in. So lofig as his absence
trom the Senate does not affect injuri
ously the momentous interests repre
sented by the Democratic party, Sena
tor Hampton will consent, under the
advice of his physicians, to remain in
South Carolina Whenever those inter
ests shall, in the; remotest degree, be
placed in jeopardy by his absence, he
will, with his constitutional devotion
to duty, hasten to the front and stay
there until all danger is past. We sin
cerely hope. nevertheless, that it will
not be considered indispensable that he
shall attend the extra session. A few
weeks more of the repose and recrea
tion he now has will restore him, it is
Leheved, to his usual vigorous health.
A Constant Recurring Source ef Pleasure.
every one wh0 reads the papers at all has be
come aware not only of the existence of an honest
ly conducted Lottery in Louisiana, but also been
more or less tempted by the glittering prospects of
a fortune within their reach by the simple expen
aPleof dollars. The constantly re
curring monthly drawings excite more and more
attention, and their satisfactory management af-
fnWM6.'0 interested For further
UiformaUpn desired, the reader should address M
inSBuw 692, Ne o'
for upwards of thirty, years Jfrs. Wmstow's Sooth-
lug Syrup has been needier- nucnen.
acidity el tiMomft, reUevind colic, regulated
the bowels, crate dysentsry.and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. An la ana
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
HEE OWN WORDS.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13, 1877.
Mr. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir Since several years I have got a sore
and very painful foot I had some physicians, but
they couldn't cure me. Now I have heard of your
Vegetlne from a lady who was sick for a long tune,
and became all well from your Vegetlne, and I
went and bought' me one bottle of vegetlne; and
after I had used one bottle, the pain left me, ana
It began to heal, and then I bought one other bot
tle, and so I take It yet I thank God for this rem
edy and yourself; and wishing every sufferer may
pay attention to it
It is a blessing for health. MRg c KRABE
638 West Baltimore Street
SAFE AND SURE.
Mr. H. R. Stevens: n.
In 1872 your Vegetlne was recommended to met
and yielding to the persuasions oi a menu,
I consented to try It At the time I was suffering
from general debility and nervous prostration,
superinduced by overwork and irregular habits.
its wonaenui strenginenmg "iu curamo
tles seemed to affect my debilitated system from
the first dose; and under its persistent use I rapid
ly recovered, gaining more than usual health and
good feeling, since men i nave nut ueoiuicu w
give Vegetlne my most unqualified Indorsement
as being a safe, sure and powerful agent in promot
ing health and restoring the wasted system to new
life and energy.- Vegetlne Is the only medicine I
use; and as long as 1 live l never expeci u nuu
better. Yours truly, w. n. laka.,
120 Monterey street. Aiiegnany, i-emt.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE.
Mr. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir This Is to certify that I have used
your "Blood Preparation In my family for several
vears, and think that for Scrofula or Cankerous
Humors or Rheumatic affecUoiis It cannot be ex
celled; and as a blood purifier and spring medicine
It Is the best thing I have ever used, and I have
used almost everything. I can cheerfully recom
mend it to any ore in need of such a medicine.
MRS. A. A. DINSMORE.
1 it Russell street.
WHAT IS- NEEDED.
.'M f J - Boston, Feb. 13. 1871.
H. R. Stevens, Esq. :
; Dear Sir About one year since I found myself
In a feeble condition from general debility. Vege
tlne was strongly recommended to me by a friend
who had been .much benefited by Its use. I pro
cured the article, and, after using several bottles,
was restored to health, and discontinued Its use. I
feel quite confident that there is no medicine su
perior to it for those complaints for whloh it is es
pecially prepared, -and would cheeerfully reconi
mend It to those who feel that they need some
thing to restore them to perfect health.
U. L. PETTINGILL.
Firm of S. M. Petttngill & Co..
No. 10 State styeet Boston.
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 September. last I commenced taking the
VegeUne, since which time my health has steadily
improved; Tsty food digestf "weH,?aja I have gain
ed fifteen pounds of flesh. There are several oth
ers in this place taking Vegetlne, and all have ob
tained relief. f '
THOMAS E. MOORE.
Overseer Card Rooms Portsmouth Co.s Mills.
H. R. STEVENS. BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetlne Is sold by all Druggists.'
45 Years Before th6 Public.
DR. C. M cLANE'S
FQR THE our or )
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
IIVsrKPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN 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 the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm, The stom
ach is affected with loss -of- appetite
and sickness ; the bowels' 1ft general
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax ; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something whidh
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cough is sometimes an attendant.
The patient complains of weariness
and debility ; he is easily startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the
skin ; his spirits are low ; and although
he is satisfied that exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, vet exam
ination of the body, after death, has
shown the liver to have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most Jiappy results. No better
cathartic can. be tised preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine.1 We would
advise all who are afflicted with' this
disease to give them a fair trialv
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Dr. McLake's
Liver Pills. . j
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLane and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa, the
market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
i hM Ran rrrait. at nut cents ner id.: iresn
Eggs at 10 cents per dot; Kerosene Oil, 20 cento
bfthe gallon; choice Dried Peaches, 5 cents; New
OdevuTMolasses ; finest Sweet Potatoes tn the
city; choice Mackerel, Bice. Grits, Hotoiny, Pickles,
loose by the dozen: Ball Butter, 10 to 15 cents;
full supply of all kinds of fresh Garden Seeds,
Onion Setts, large Potatoes. Onions, &c
Call anVTeatilie1 oWdoofil the store on Trade
streetrtranehikoTe coiner 7W and C street near
Baptist church. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. B. N. SMITH.
i l i
T TV N-
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
Cotton Commission Merchant
r ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS !
Come to me for Bacon, Corn, Sugar, Coffee, Mq
laasee,aitdotheS'EamiK Groceries. - ,
uVreodvfd; a few fearjeoletfy poster's (Da
BEST RYE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of CVuntry Hams. I sell for cash.
, All goods delivered In the city f reejpfvshanje.
Next door below Vtlson & Black's old stand. "
OR FINE WINES,
H 1 ' ' i
And Iure Liquors, Three Years Old. go
' Central Hotel Saloon.
B. ALEXANDER k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
College Street, Charlotte, N. C.i
We handle more general country produce than
any house, in the city, and; still solicit further con
cou4gntfents front ajl parties who are willing to
be satisfied with the best Job we can put up on this
market All those who cannot be pleased with our
best efforts, are respectfully requested to send
their goods to somebody else.
best and cheapest Fertilizers are
ACID PHOSPHATE & COTTON FOOD.
Having accepted the agency for the Maryland
Fertilizing & Manufacturing Company, I am now
prepared to offer special terms and favorable In
ducements to planters desiring a good and reliable
Fertilizer. j. ;
Call early, examine the goods, hear prices and
THOMAS H. GAITHER.
TO CALL AND
E X AM I N E
The splendid lirie'of
Autumn Cluster, Stuffed Mangoes. Tiny Tims
fne of ' 1 1
4so the finest line of
Ever seen In Charlotte, at
Remember, this is the only fit class stock of
Anything you want in Groceries can be
I am now In receipt of a large lot of the celebra
ted STUDEBAKER WAGONS, all sizes, which
will be sold on reasonable terms.
and supply yourself with the best wagon out
T. H. GAITHER
Jan. 8 .
Receive! from Eastern North Carolina to-day
100 BUSHELS OF THE
And am expecting more to-morrow
S. M. HOWELL'S.
From Paris, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
Trade Street, opposite First- Presbyterian Church,
Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of repairs made at once at half prlce
and warranted one rear. Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze Gliding; Coloring. Stiver-Plating and Gal
vanizing made at short notice and equally as good
as new. won auue iur lub mute at iow pnoesu
. fW Apprentice wanted, with premium and good
Repaired work uncalled for will be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
yEE W. BATTLE, L D., '
Having removed his office to the first floor over
the Traders' National Bank, can be found there
all hours during the day, and at his residence cor
ner Seventh and College streets, at night
DR.! EUH. GREECE,
TENDERS his professional services to the peo
ple of Charlotte and vicinity. Being a gradu
ate ot both schools of medicine, (Alopathic and
Homeopath:) he Is ouallned; to practice either
system. - ,.
; He will still devote attention especially to Chwm
ic DiHKAara, but .will also do a eeawnU prdcSce
Calls attended day or night . t vT!
Office over McAden's drag store - Residence on
College street, corner of. 6th street, S-
mar22 dw 8m
And true maxim, "Take care&f the dftriftf antitka i
dollars will take rare of themselves." aboaid fcei re
membered. Therefore when ,any, one, whetlier I
Real luxury in the Cigar line, and does not wish to
give an extra vagantr price, let blm by all means'
call at PEBRY'S , It-will be well at the sane-tim
to bear in mind that there is the place also to
buy Crackers, YMts", Candles, and such things as
please the old lady, young maiden or little
GIRL. WITH THIS
Of course you can purchase whatever you want,
but PERRY'S is the place to get the best
CASES HUNYADI JANOS
Mineral Water; 10 baskets (50 jugs each) Apol
linarts, just received.
WILSON & BUR WELL.
leasts and gUozs.
The old customer! of
SMITH .& FORBES,
And the public generally, will find at their , old
stand, on Trade Street.
which are now offered to the trade at prices which
have never been eqiwled in Charlocte. or In this
All litigations having been adjusted, this Im
mense stock is now thrown on the market, and
purchasers can buy
FOR LESS MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE.
Every merchant will find It to his interest to call
early and examine the goods, as they are now to be
Merchants can save more than the cost of a trip
North by buying here.
All parties Indebted to the late firm of SMITH &
FORBES will please call at an early day and settle,
or their claims will be placed In the hands of an
attorney for collection.
W. S. FORBES. Agent
T3EGRAM 4 CO.,
1st Nattenal Bank Building, Charlotte, N. C.
Our stock of Boots, Shoes, Ac., Is acknowledged
to be the best in the State, and we would be pleas
ed to have you cull and examine for yourself before
buying. PEGRAM 8c, CO.
TEN DOLLARS CASH
we will insert a seven-line advertisement one week
in a list of 269 weekly newspapers, or four lines in
a different list of 837 papers, or ten Hnes two weeks
in a choice of either of four Separate and . distinct
lists containing from 70tolOO! ' papers each, or
four lines one week in all fourof the small Hsta, or
one line one week in all six lists combined, being
more than 1,000 papers. We also have lists of pa
pets by States throughout' the United States-and
Canada. Send 10 cents for our 100 ioge pam
phlet Address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., News
paper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce street, New
York. . :
.. P. S. If -joawJU -send us the names of a half
dozen high-priced papers In which you would ad
vertise JUST NOW, tf a satisfactory inducement
made, we will submit a proposition, by re turh mail,
which we, think wlllpleaae.you. -Money saved to
money earned. end copyJof the (advertisement
you will use and state In what Taper ydu saw this.
JMfNENT DR W. F. STEUART,
MARINE HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE,
Writes: I take pleasure In reeoTAmehding Cblden's
Lelb LioJuldiEktiact of Bj&f eiid f onlclBTlgor
ator as a most excellent tonic In all cases of debil
ity, chlorosis, Ac I have tested it with universal
success. Sold by all druggists.
W A'WnTrt ONE SALESMAN for each
w (Mw Ker uiuiitn oaa expenses, iteierenees
JJ?1 MFG CO.,
93 Clark Sueet, Chicago.
A DAY to Agents canvassing for the "Fib-
SIDK VISITOR." Terms and nntfit. fn u
dress P. a VICXEBY, Augusta, Maine.
a month and expenses guaranteed to
Agent". Outfit free, Shaw & Co.. Aren-
In connection with the publication of Tax Ob
sebvek, and the establishment of one of the larg
est, most complete, and most thoroughly equipped
JOB PRINTING HOUSES
la tlfe South, the proprietor has Just added a com
pleie BOOK BINDERY
Capable of executing the very best class of work at
sh"rt notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law or.
other books rebound In handsome style, and at
... . . . Je-
very low figures.
And work of ti ls class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER PRESS PBINfEI&flk"
A FULL SUPBLY O WOO TIP'lHBf
Theatricals and other exhibitions, can get their
DATES and POSTERS printed here hi as attractive
a manner as In New York.
We have a very full sepply of type for printing,
at short notice and in first class style,: .
BRIEFS FOR THE SUPREME COURT.
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments tn good shape will do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work Is as free from defects as it is possible to
HandbUls, . .
: . Invitations,
Deeds, ' i j
; ' ' Bicelpt Books, ; .
In fact, an, kinds of prkitlng-done at short notice.
Special attentiettiveit ailiwaA PrraOagJ
Having a larger ittpply of type than roost Job es
tablishments, BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty with s.
3 ATMIF ACTION (,CARNTEED.
-In these days'ot political trickery, a true fn.. ...
. . . . i ... ..
It.iaasure cure for
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA
. ' J: ., BR0NOTITIS,HQABSNJS3S, .
and all diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Throat.
This well known remedy ; has been used for thir
ty years and has cured thousands of cases. manTnf
which were given up as hopeless. 7 01
No case, however obstinate, can' resist the hwii
Properties of Dr. Wm. Hall's lialsain for the
t f Kemember that It Is the penMeut um of the
Balsam that cures the worst oases.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN A CO.,
8 College Place, New York.
i or saie oy l. k. Wrlston It Co., Charlotte.
mT.H'S WOfl Oil..
Athens, Ga., December 8, 187s.
A lew 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 uiv
little girl, four years old, and she passed eighty-six
worms from four to fifteen inches long.
W. F. (PHILLIPS.
Worm Oil for sale by Druggists generally.
pareu uy c. o. iiXXilAJ, Ainens, ua.
Price 26 cents. . feb21dtwl j.
Is a perfect BLopp Purifier, and Is the
only burely VsgEtablk remedy known to sci.
ence, that has made radical ul Permanent
Cures of Syphilis and Scrofula in aU their
-stages.-. . .. , ....
It tborourhly removes merenry from the
system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin dis-
Sold s druggists generally.
IF YOU WISH to engage in an. honest, genteel
business, and make plenty oC htoney during
the holidays, send yonr addaess to
feb4w4t 107. 4th av.i N. Y.
We have this day closed out our stock, and will
rent Store Room tE. M. Holt's building) for the bal
ance of the year.
WILLIAMS & FINGER.
'March 21, 1879.
A Cottage with
-i. x. water, etc
mar 19 3t
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING KA3T.
No. 8 1
Date, Nov. 10, '7s. i
No. 2 I
Arrive Golds boro,
3.45 a m i
8.20 a m
6.55 p m
5.25 p m 9.80 a m
NO. a Connects at Sahabury with W;N.C.R.R. fur
all points In Western North Carolina, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with R A D. R. R. for all
points North, East and West At Go Ids boro with
W.4W.B, B. for Wllml&Btorf.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with R 4 D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
5.35 p m I
6.47 am !
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
with A. fc C. A. L. Railroad for all points South and
Sout h C LS t.
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. B, R.
dairy "except Sunday; Ar- Atr-Llne Junction with
A. & C. A. L. for all points South and South-west.
At Charlotte with C., C 4 A. Railroad for all
points South and South-treat..
Leave Greensboro, daily except Sunday, 8.50 P m
Arrive balem, " " " 1 0.50 p m
Leave Salem, t " " " 5.45 am
Arrive Greensboro, " " 7.45ara
Connecting at Greensboro with trains oathe R
D. and N. C. Railroads.
. SUOTfKO CABS : vrzrJtOOt.CBANeK
Ron. both wiys on-TraiaaNosiiliuid 2, between
Newport, and Atlanta ri- JUahnMiKi, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 3 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond.
Charlotte' and Angustaw
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro, Raleigh.
Goldsboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, and at all
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East Far .fire Igmnt mte4o points In Arkan
sas and Texas, address
. l .j. , . J.JUMACMURDO.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
nov20 ' ' Richmond Va.
CHAXLOTTB, COD6XBli. AMD AUGUSTA R. R-,
, , COLUXViA, 8. C Dec. 27, 1878.
On and after SihidaV, TJec. h, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger 'schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington tune,) ;
-f tIGHT EXPRESS.
' ' '' ' so, a 1. '
LeaveOliailettt,;;,:..,..:.;. " OOa.
Arrira OhlumbW;---.ii... '..;..-. w
I Java rnlnmhlft i . -n ..-' 4) UD a
..JO 00 AM
A 65 p.m.
10 00 P. M.
10 10 P. M.
8 10 A.M.
Leave Columnla.. .
Arrive Charlotte,. . . . ... ..... ;
a" ' ""4 ' iJlf PAisCfKR.
. i . GouHJ Sooth, No. 3.
I jmiwj, Oiartnttn
11 27 A.M.
Ajrrive Columbia... iV
Leave Cbta . . r r v p.
Arrive iiigosta:..-.'.... 8 80 p.m.
Going North, No. 4
leave Augusta.. 08 a."
Arrive Coiunjbia J Sn i' m
Leave Columbia 1 0 r
Arrive Charlotte 30
These train stop only , at Fort M1U, Rock HUJ.
Chester, Whirisboro, Rldgeway, LeesvlllejBa
burg, Ridge Springs, Johston, Trenton anaX,,
vllle.. Ail other stations will be recognized as fiat,
Oilman Palacy sleeping and drawing-room j w
w. i o (4mAnwtm to Aueusta; also on
Nos. 8 and 4, New : YorJt to Savannah, via Ricn
' mond 4 Georgia Central Railroad.
' T. D. KLINE, Superintendent.
Jna R. MacMtjkpo; g. P. Agem.