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l)e Cljarlottc barber:
SUNDAY, APRIL 13,1879.
STATE NEWS. jj
Burkejailis without an inmate:' "
Col. Ed. Graham Haywood is to be
memorial day orator in Raleigh.
The produce exchange an4thebanks
of Wilminctore obserT Gwayr;
Mr. Joshua StorlMhg j-
freesboro, lost a cniia ana m ucuii.6
by fire on the 3d inst. !3 b ,
Thieves entered the libuse of Mr.
Frank Swindell, of Washington, while
he was atsupper.iftngtole,,,,,,,
Mr. Robert Morrow, residing in south
Iredell, last Saturday had the misfor
tune to lose his residence by fire, and
quite all of his effects.
The partial or total loss of the fruit
cro; in the western counties is greatly
deplored. It constitutes a very import
ant product of that section. ;
Dr. Carl F. Burkhardt, a highly es
teemed physician, of Wilmington, died
Thurs8aVvery Suddenly of ; apoplexy.
He wns'S'haf Switrtand.
'nfvt Animals Bemlfi has writH
ten a letter to DowftjBfttJte of the Tar
boro Southerner, thanking liim for an
editorial in favor of a law to minish ill
treatment of dumb-brutes. - J
The Burke Blade corrects its story
about the two ex-Federal soldiers run
nine away frdrrr Morganton,' leaving
their families destitute. They have on
lv cone away in search of w ork.
Sam' Fa 'cblo'r W bnraght
to Wilmington from Pender county, on
AVednesday evening, and lodged in the
county jail to await a hearing at the
next term of the Superior Court ot Pen
der oh tfcfeWSgfe-MMi. ' ' i
A wheel of theliaggxi;pf tr, Jeir
Ilatcliff, of Haywood county, ran into a
hole, precipitating him over, backwards,
falling upon his right Shoulder, crush
ing in his shoulder-blade and forcing it
inwards into his chest., lie is still in a
very critical; fcondip;
The board of commissibners of Ire
dell county give notice to : the people,
through the Statesville American, to
enclose their stock, and put themselves
in condition for the law to j go into ef
fect, as it is the doty and intention of
the board to declare the law in force as
soon as the work is completed.
The residence pf Col, Walter L. Steele,
at Rockingham, narrowly 'escaped de
struction by fire on Wednesday last.
The kitchen, situated: in about
twentv feet of the,. bouse caught fire
and was entirely coristrmed, but by the
almost superhuman efforts of the citi
zens the dwelling was saved.
A corn-crib, containing about 800
bushels of corn ; a stable, in' which were
confined a fine pair of steers, and a cow,
a buggy ivnd a portion of a, .wagon, the
property of Mr. Joha Garrison, jiear
Tryon, on the Spartanburg & Asheville
Railroad, in Polk, were totally consum
ed by fire last Friday morning a week
agovaecosding to the statementof .the
HendrsonTiUe Courier. - -. M r
A correspondent of the Wilmington
Star writes from Pitt county that in
Swift - Creek township ex-Sheriff J.
MlIUeji was shot in his right arm and
bfefefrwith a navy revolver ,fn,.thew
hands of Calvin Cox, ex-Superior Court
clerk, ex-United States commissioner,
anoJa practicing jattornet. The-report
comes that IMlen is dying, and that
Cox shot in self-defence. They quar
reled about a ditch that Heilen had fill
e 1 up on Cox's" land. '
Lenoir Topic: Some excitement was
caused in the King's Creek neighbor
hood, last Friday, by some of the pall
bearers making affidavit that they did
not believe the body of Irvin Tilley,
(the colored man whose ; death was an
nounced last week) was 'in the coffin
sant from Lenoir. They believed that
the physicians had kept the body for
dissection, and filled the; coffin with
something else. ... .An investigation was
ordered, the coffin was taken up and
ouened. and thev were convinced that
the remain of frviri had been buried
FITZ JOBS PORTER'S ACQUITTAI,
No Action by the President W?mt
Will be Asked of Conjress.
Special to the Philadelphia Times.
Washington, April 10 The Presi
dent has thus far taken no action on the
report of the board of inquiry in the
Fitz John Porter case. A member of
the cabinet paid- to-day that the subject
has never been referred to in cabinet
meeting and. the administration seems
at a loss what to do in the premises. It
is said that General Porter will bring
his case, before the present session of
Congress if he cflc-soji and that un
less the President acts on; the report, of
the buAid Qtuerul Porter will petition
Congress on Jtb piyygthrf the report
to relieve hlmircHThVselitence ot the
court-martial, Which cashiered him in
1862. Efforts for:reStttation to the jsar
vice and for sixteen years' back pay will
be the ubjectf or future action. Opin
ions of officers at the war department
are that Genr Ported iexer anticipated
or thought Df a report..s.o . overwhelm
ingly in his favor and that all he eve
expected was,aj.elief from the dishonor
of the ise'ntehcScashlerih hfm. It is
thought by headquarters officers that
the court-martial in 1802 rendered a just
sentence from the evidence before them.
-but that the late evidence .shows that
Porter was not unfaithful to the inter
ests of the service, but that he Was un
-justly nntngomotie to mm. I'vptr-
Undertaking Wlit&W,OW&im of Beer i
1,000 Hour ;p ,
4 T 1! 1?. 4 m t JL
ivu j.nuianapons special to tne Cin
cinnati BdzelU fcavg ; "Last nicht. at. 7
opfeiermafljtoemer baker, at 104
south Illinois streetbegan the feat of
drinking 1,000 glasses7 of beer in 1.000
consecutive hours, for $50. lioemer is,
u pay o cents , ior , eacn gxass as He
drinks it, and 41 days and 10 hours will
be taken up in stowing away the beer.
xivcaac. ire wmsiiioQn jsernhart, pro
prietor or Marmont Hall saloon, wnere
uie urmiungiaie i)e aone.ia to.pay for
tne Deer, wnich will be even $5UVTlius,
if Roemerwins, he simply gets the beer,
and Barnhart; loses, in fact, only the re-
vjKnoiiaoowr, wnicn, Dy the keg,
win propaDiy cost less than 835. And
this diggu8thig spectacle Is eotpected ta
.HflfJffi"?Ker8 an spectators:
"lailiuile vud Luugtiudr.
It will be remembered that a month
or so ago several members of the Unit?
i j". , oiuuair, uub i me numoer,
from the United States CoastrSurvey
it, f 1 1 i r cma1aL . m a i v
omce, wasnington, D. V April 4, 1879,
, """l? Mrs. want.;oi that Jnsti
ttltiem.':savS! Dea Mail ami Thdr IqH
tUde and loncntudA of Rimnnfnn rVk11aA
" danced from my observations made a
"welf as ftomtte'curlaof the5 college;
are as follows t b '
, . tude--80deg.63imiii.42sec..978.!'
Va raariwkJ 1 1
The fame of tne average congressman is of
.8UvHi dumion tbTit
mi pay 2U,uuu lor an election. 1 Wha
wants the nomination In m, Hi.VUX. -i" 7 n.
.M.to.lnJT!L.oc Salve foVthe
Beware of countertetteuT
COUmerTAIto. . : ,
SI Bfafas Dnaoti Ci,v,.An 1 i J I
the cupola of Simonton Female ;cAr(rt n
THE COMWO PRESIDENTIAL CASMDATES.;
Tilden and Grant Said to be teadlnj.
The New York Times of Thursday
publishes thirty-two columns of reports,
representing every State in the Union,
and gathered by one hundred and sev
enty correspondents, undertaking s to
show the tendency of public opinion
throughout the Union upon the choice
most likely to be made by the Demo
cratic and Republican parties for the
presidential campaign in 1880 ; Out of
the. 157 points beard .from the Demo
crats in 98 districts are declared to pre
fer Tilden. Thurman comes next, with
23 districts, Bayard with 11 and Hen
dricks and Hancock bring up the rear.
The Times' conclusion is that if tne
Democratic convention were held to
morrow Tilden would seem sure of 'the
votes of no less than 21 of the 38 States;
whilst on the Republican side, accord
ing to the Times', showing, were the Re
publican convention to be held at once.
Gen. Grant would receive the vote of
every State except Maine, Nevada, Ore-
fon, and possible California. In the list
r. Tilden's stock is represented as
highest in Baltimore, and at Easton and
Denton, and their vicinities, Whilst at
other points in Maryland it ia-elaimed
he is surpassed by Bayard and Thur
man; Grant is desired by Republicans
TrwnwrnHy thmHghout - the State. Tn
Delaware thafavarites are Bayard uA
Grant, in y rrgrmT xnnrman 'jseaiiu
ftrat thnncrh Bavard finds most favor
with some of the leaders; the prepohf 1
derance or KepuDiican senwineuu is iur
Grant. In West Virginia the Demo
crats prefer Thirrman, and the Repub
licans everywhere are for Grant.
Wash. Cor. of the Baltimore Sun.
The Democratic Senators have treat
ed colored Senator Bruce, of Mississip
pi, with much more consideration than
IiA was ever treated durine his previ
ous four years' service in the Senate by
hi3 Republican associates. For the first
two years ui axi. uiuuca icnu no
assignea an liisiguiucmit uu un
important committees. In the last Con
gress Mr. Bruce was made chairman of
the select committee on the levees of
the Mississippi. This chairmansmp was
given to Mr; Bruce simply because it
was a necessity, as there was no white
Republican Senator left who had not
already been provided with a more de
sirable chairmanship. The committee
of which Mr. Bruce was chairman had
nothing at all to do. Mr, Bruce is a
very modest, worthy man, and he took
what his white nepuoiican associates
gave turn without complaint or com
ment. When the Democrats came into
power in the Senate it was made known
to them tnat mr. uruce wouiu ukb to
have the chairmanship of a special com
mittee where he thought he could be of
service to his race, and he suggested
that he would like a special committee
appointed to investigate the Freedman's,
Bank affairs. The Democratic Senators
immediately agreed unanimously tnat
Mr. Bruce's wishes should be carried
out The committee has been appoint
ed, "with Mr. Bruce as chairman, and
placed on the same tooting as to char
acter and importance as the other com
mittees of the Senate.
United Stttea Mints.
Washington Republican, lltli.
Hon. Horatio C. Burchard, Director
of the Mint, returned to this city yes
terday from an extended tour of in-
. .if . ii. . ; i j it TT
spection oi me mints oi tne uiiiieu
States. He speaks of the mint at New
Orleans in the highest terms. The ma
chinery is all new and presents a, very
handsome appearance, while the whole
establishment is kept up in a corres
pondingly neat and comfortable man
ner. 1 he mint coined over 35100.000 in
silver during the month of March.
There is a good local demand for the
silver coin, the colored people especial
ly seeking it as a convenient form m
which to hoard their savings. Consid
erable quantities of Mexican dollars
and silver bullion arrive from Mexico,
and Director Burchard thinks that
when regular channels or trade are es
tablished Mexico will send a good deal
J! 1 ! 1 l,: - - A' VT1 t
oi ner silver ouinon to new urieans.
The mint at Charlotte, N. C, was doing
Ismail; business,: but its operatictos
were very satisfactory, its mainte
nance he considers very important to
the develepment of the mineral resour
ces of the locality. Mining interests in
that state have received a new impet
us, and the indications are that the pro
duction of ' gold in North Carolina will
De materially increased, jn ortnern cap
ital to a considerable extent is being in
vested in mining enterprises there.
A Death Under Paiuful Circumstances.
Mr. James A. Carter, of New York.
aiea on last sunuay night at the resi
dence of his father-in-law, Kev. Newell
Bond, who resides near Flat Rock.
Some six months previous to his death.
Mr, carter, who was suffering with
aropsy ana aisease oi tne Kidneys, pro-
aucea, as ne said, Dy sudden exposure
to the cold air, while m a state of pers-
piiiitiuu, leit i us iiuuie aim came to tnis
place, in the hope that the pure and in-
viiiiuawuK xuuuutaiu air wonia enect a
cure. 1 or the hrst three or four months
after his arrival he seemed to improve
in health, and was considered by some
L uis men as nere, oi wnom he ,nad a
considerable number, as almost whollv
recovered. In the meantime, he became
acquainted witn Miss Josephine Bond,
a rennea and very intelligent lady, and
daughter ot Kev. Newell Bond, who
about eight years ago immieratedto
this place from Cleaveland. Ohio. A
mutual love sprang up between the
tweyttnd ts esnlt-of-tb4ettaehment
they were, ahoutfa, month ago, united
in wedlocif; ariefhe' Was lust beginning
to reahze some of the sweets of this
life when the cup of happiness was
dashed from his lips, and the cup of
aeatn piacea m , its stead, which he
1 l m m . . .
drank calmly, peacefully and resigned
ly, oniy regretting tnat tie had to so
soon part with his loving and tender
Gen. Hancock is said to be the richest
officer in the army.
Schuyler Coif ax is Bald to have clear
ed $10,000 from his lectures last year.
jonnu. Whittieris unable from ill-
health to perform anv literarvWk
J : ' r-Tni. r"
fcas been invited to address theterary
societies of Embrv Collesre. Ga in Jnlv
i 'MrCEriaUanlC, Ross T inspected an
bther kllegedChkriey RossatMcClure,
snyaer county, Md tne other day, out,
as usual, tound it was somebody else-s
r a r
Edwiif Booth art Mifv havtf fixed
their permanent home in Madison ate
ne, New York. Mr. Booth's daughter,
Edwina, is a young lady of seventeen,
who still pursues her course of studies
unaer tne direction oi a governess.
? An old rihrsMsuv mHmX Mni mah t,o..i
had placed in big hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy for
ijwj amu imruuuieiu cure ior consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and Jail throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for
nervous aeoiuty ana all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative Dowers In
' I l1l(J,l4if cases, has felt it his duty to make tt
SJi f..charge' 5 an who desire i
reeipe. With full dlractinna tar nmnnrtnt,
1 lTwKi5!f reR?
I u, tuis
KrtrTrBVuw w xaigimn. sseni py mail by
fi&P thia paper, w. v.
. i ouuivsbi
mfiiOR Amm ""l WWMVPWI, cw xvr&.
inar9K I- -mwa, sweneswr, ew xo
w. Tie DcfttkBat tt .?;j?t -: r
Our opntrJ is gettiiifc'l& 'teatfci aarmtog,
the anpgitot iitoiiiwieene4 wi rent, with
out teaSotiaMe cause, deatlr resulting ceneral
ly from the roost insignificant ori At. thtt sea
son of the year especially, a cold la such a common
thing thai m the hintr of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending it and often find
too late, that a lever or Lung trouble has already
et l?r6u8lfEariose their nvea nr naa-wa:
err wlntltf ft?f???'GW SKi'
been taen,a cure would haTe resulted, and a large
bffl fromVaicWr been; voldeQ
of the lflnxanoy'ltnig3iA)
STKtnp has proven Itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its ktad in medldne. Every Progglst In this
country wjUl tell you of its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bbitles sold last year! without a single
A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful source of many diseases, proml
aent among which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, C0STIVENESS,
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVlR, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, P.JLES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
ito&tel arKasea; U bwela
are coatave, bat lomebmM alternaw with
tooaeneaa, Pain in the Head, accompanied
with a Dull sensation in the back part, Pain
jn the right aide and under the shoulder
Made, fallnoaa ailer eating, with.f dUin .
clination to exertion of body or mind, Irri
tability of temper, Low spirita, Iioaa ot
mem oryj with a feeling of having neglected
tome duty, General weariness; Pizajness
guttering at the Heart, Dots before theL
eyes. Yellow Bkin, Headache generally
over the right eye, .Sestleganoas at nigh
with fitful dreama, highly colored Urine.
TP THESE WASimrog AXI tTHHXEDXK '
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especlaJly adapted to such ,
oasesv i-'a,i;lngle dose, 1 ,
auch hnge of feeling a to
free from any properties that can injajra-
the mosr ceueuie urgaamttiuit Tfcey
Search, Cleaaae, Partly, ftadlavlgermta
the entire 9f teM.Bitavlng the ea
aroraed Uver, thex cleanae the blood .
frooi poiaoao kumonvMW thaa wsr , x
health ud Titalhy ta the am t I
the boTrels to act naturally, withoiu
which m ene can feel well.
Tl. I'l II . r Glm . Vjm mi. TVs
a martyr to Dyapepsi, Oofutiptko. and Pile. Last
Spring roar Piita wen reaodimanded to ma ; I tuod
taam ( bat with little fithj. I am now a well mart,
hare food appetite, digaaooo tMrMesi Mgnlar (tools,
piles gaam. and I have trained forty pounds solid nesb.
Toot are worth their weia-ht in rold.
Rxt. B. L. SlIuSON, IaifTine, Kt.
Their first effect lata laereaaa the Apytha,
and cause the body to Take an Flesh, thus the ,
system is aarlshesl, and br their Taaie Ae-
tloa on the DIseatlT Ors-nna, Kaamlar
Ktoola are produced. ' -- .-,stn.u i....
DR.J. F, HAYWOOD.
OF NEW YORK, SAYSirt
exist that cannot be relierad by re-
to Ha B0xniaJ7fanata4faa,UMlbr!
torino; the litmt
this porsoee no remedy has ever been tnmnsad that,-
Aas as nappj an enect as iuit jfu.,,,,,... .
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CEBITS, ,
fflee -35 Maifay fityeet, Mew Yark.
" Dr. TUTT'S KAHUAL of Valuable Infor-
maUon and TJeefnl Beeeipta' Witt bo mailed re
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GsaT Haib ob Wimnrras ehanred to a Glosst
Black by a single application of this Drc It hn
parts a N ataral Uolor, aete Instsntsneeosly, and is
as Harmless as spring water. Bold Druggists, or
ent brexorees on receipt ef $1. i (jj, a U a T
Office, 35 Murray St.; NwtYfi;
45 Years Before the
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HKADACHS.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right; side, under the
tdge of the ribs, increases on; pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in tie left
sidp: 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 in general
are costive, sometimes alternative witti
lax ; the head is -troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation in tie back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something which
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 h'im yet he can scarcely
! summon up fortitude enough to try it.
'. In facCjhe distrust every' :femedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the, disease,, but cases have, occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body,- after death, ' has
shown the lives, to have been .exten
;h'" t., .
J ' ! A G V E AND FEVER. "
Dk. C McLane's Urt Tills, pi
cases or, Agus and .Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the . most nappy, results. , ; No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to
; or ifter taking Quinine.' ; We ;would
'advise all. who, are afflicted with. this
disease to give Aem a rAiR TOiAiu i
Tor all bilious deMingeinenis! and
as a simple purgative, they are un-
equaledi ' ! rvi;.-.t
. , BEWABE OP IMITATIONS.
t .i The genuine are never sugar coated.
, .s ? Every box j.h'as a red Lwax seal' on; the1
f lid, with ahe impression Dk.- McLanE's
LmR-Pats."'' , -.j ,-. -
The gentune 'MctANE's Iiver Pills
tear the signatures of C. McLAHE and
. Fleming Bros, on the wrappers: '.: "
Insist .upon- having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming s Bros.,-; of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
? market being full of imitations of the
name McLane; spelled differently hut
same pronunciation, - -..,'". j
, AN KXCITESQ BQOX, mOOO'BOUM.yj;;
This only ffuth(
Is selling faster thad abyon
Gives a full history lefhla..
Ham . IbA ConrQL.'.rlr
or rau pamcuiara ana
BB034 Wbs. Huladeli
phla, Pa. u
53,672 Supferb, Bbb AibtJlf Pic4 vl
75,276 New American BodBAPOOBI!filGl&jjl
1 12,72ft Second-hand Books AT AKX-PRKE .
Catalogue WGeperal literam Freer-n
"" Qk'Z'XXU l'jJ.L-I-jI-U; M -;t;
LEGGAT BROTHERS. . no.,r...
3 Beekfiaan BtJaearSKevj , JVstHQfl9cei JSewj.Tork.
1 ' 1 i.'iy i vi?'1 fl'Mui rri't 1 :i. m."
ui.ios.- k.-. . . i .0 ma 4-f .
Parson's PatgaUve PUls make fiew Rich Blood,
and wilt conrptetoly change the blood In the entire
system in three months. Any person who will take
one pill each night from 1 to-12 weeks may be re
stored bisoaa4ealth. if such a thins be possible.
Sentby mall for 8 letter stamps. L S. JOHMSON
4 CQ., Bangor, Me.
Is fcla?He1ess-r-wa2n4es M HdffBhfel;
tlsm and all locar4(yalnsvthe bestr'Teinet
ay khowu. 11 was mitiiwi tu uieiuume mv maw
oaln At once Jand eur
not even relieve. Sold everywhere Dy Di
price 25 cents.
paper waaiatttiy prtBfea.ijHj
Johnson Arpetowjam. pf r ra
style oJ typejOilt will 4of KOod.,servj(oe, for several
vea4o-eoDaa. It Rill he oW In. lota to aul uur-
chaaeBte andi.to fontaf, 30,to 1 jQOOlbSf with or
without easea-i Address. s :, ,-A . OBSERVER,:.' ,
octai'!" -Jiirt n ..'Mil l , x;nariptte...c. .
Jamestown, 4SkJ., .PW parucmars anq price, appiy.
W - j. , .,1 i. linAA K. juaras,
mar9 dtfUi ; , ,. , pbseryertimce.
r-TTT j " ' 'l ' : 'V' : V i- :
TtTELL IMPROVED i , ';:! i.
; -'.CITT PROPERTY IXm SALE,
ii perWn;desrrtetopirrchase a vfe'J iraprored
City tiDW-HaqserwItti nme lopmsi ana modern con-
five mmittes'wstlk pt theipumic square, an he a-
commoqjao: DjpiyinK aj
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE
A . Pramr Prlntlne Press. Guernsey make, old
attio al7 rif hii 9!fiiillticlres.; WSa'tn iMe- ttnul
replaced by anew; one Addresi 3:: C. BAILEY J
editor .Enterprise ana jaoanwuneer, uiwutiuv,
QltSil 'Ml f i ! '-ifl! tt'.-tt' .- , t vf. ..jr. ' . Vj
j,yr, ;..'V"":!:v; - : ' .
VrdTiCK OF SSliufia i f
U. & INTERNAt REVENUE . ' 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, V "
. ' - StatesvUe, d ApHk8eVi9ai u.n V
' i-i.-'ai imi ih1 XHMiiuii, txAia ,.),-i j,
on Apm-ia, ibiw: v .., ..-.- ,
Two Mules. One Wasron and Harness and 24
besl4ufa(seHeer Tobbo the. property. T-
" Notice is hefehy hievti ila tfW&oi 'claimants
of the above described property to Bppeaf before
me atlny offlee m Statesttaeahd'Haake cteim
thereto before theexpiratien ot4brty days rom
date hereof, or the- aame wuiee aorieea tone
J. J. M.UTT, .
apr4 3t irr30dys
JOTICE OF SEIZURE,
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
Collector's Office, 6tlt DJstttct North Carolina, V
Statesvuie, N. u, April na, i v. j
Seized for violation of Internal Revenue Laws,
on April 1st, 1879: : boxes iTobacco, owner un
known; 4 boxes Tobacco, the property of K Fos
ter; Ugars, me property oi n. au uiuiuej ,
one hall barrel of Whlsltey? owner Unknowns
'Notice is hereby ktven to -he owner or eialmemtB
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in stasvme, ana maae ciaun
thereto before the exDlratioo of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same ' wfll be forfeited to the
United States. J. J. MOTT,
J. Qi YOUMO, ;bt 'n i .i 4io collector.
'' l.J.i Depotyi ....;.
apr2 8tin30dys ! .
Received Irom EadUm tiorth Carolina to-day
100 BUSHELS OF THE
And am expecting more to-morrow
S. M. HOHTELL'8.
. -ACUTE OR CHRONIC
A L I C Y L I C
SURE CURE. 3 5
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
by the '
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
OF PABI3 AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted.1 Permanent cure'
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy oil both
continents. -'The Highest 'Medical Academy of
Paris report Co cures out of 100 ease wtthla three
day. becreCThe only dlssoiver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists in tnei Biood of Rhearnatlo
an 6outy) Patients, r $1,00 i ibox,- ft boxes for
$500 ' Sent to any adt&ese eo receipt t, prioe."
Endorsed by physicians, Sold by all aiuggi8tsj;Ao
tlress im,.u; : r..-j. -a iWASHBUBNEoi CO
;.-:.feki-lj;. J i'.us, ,i.i ' " vCJiariotteVN. C.
-j.ii ! tH -if.'-n j .....: . ......
THE BEST STOCK OF- . . s
- !! . ! V ! i
lnthectt,at ',-.- ,
JEE w. BATTLE, M. D., 4 ?
f Having removed his office to the first floor over
the Traders' National Bank, ean be t aund there
all hours during the day, and at bis residence cor
ner seventh and College streets, at night,
teh7-8m - ' -' .. .
dr; E. HGREENE,
TENDERS his professional services to the peo
ple of Charlotte and vicinity. Being a gradu
ate of both schools of medicine, (Alopathio and
Homeopathic) he is qualified to practice either
He win Btm devote attention especially to Chkon
rc Disbasxs, but will also -do a general practice.
Calls attended day or night
r Office over McAden'a drug storei Residence on
CoUege street, corner of 6th street,
mar22 daw 8ra ,
a' ' fortune. 1 Fifth" Grand ' Ittsiri&ntioW !
l , 13th, 1879-lQ7th Monthly Bowing.
" i l lr
tOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Ilamre1 of the. Stale fbSUlncanallaM J
Charitable ptmseBiniilS68, wm Tax mat
TwxinT-rays fKiBmMuchontract the
ble faith of the State 13 pledged wtth Wea;
81.000.000. to which it has fiUwe added a '
FunJ -ef SSO.OOO; ltd BRAND SINGLE ;N1W
BEB ! I0STt(9OTIPKiWhl take place monthly ,on
the sewRd Tuesday,, . If never scales or postpones.
. '. lyrnd nr.-h' mt'-', - ,
100,000 TKRetS U' Two dollars each.' ' Half Tlck
ets, One Dollar."
LIST. OF PRIZES :
ii'ii ,,.,: -
Canital Priab.J ill i .ilJi
1 Capital Prize, li
2 Prizes or $2,500.. ..
5 Prizes of 1,000.'. . . . : .
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of.
ApproxlrdaUoniPrizes of SSOO.Wn. , $2,700;
857 Pr4aes, amounting tot ii.. J;iu. .1 j 41UL400 :
' Responsible rreprMdhig'' agents wanted all
protmriBfrt BOtnts; tooirhom A liberal eominensariDii
I Write, elearlysUitirig full adoress, for full inior-
mauanvrisenajoraers m, : , . j :.- .
. - .. . M. A. DAUPHIN,
' , TpstoSJce Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana ' '
All our Grand Extraordlnarj Drawings are under
the supervision and management, of JrENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARDanajflBAL A, IeaRLTL
CITY BOOK STORE.
Mayne Reed's Novels, 6 vols., " 5
Travels in Central Asia, by Vambery.
Treasure of ,Wlt and Wisdom, , ;
Snortaistory of English People, Green.
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities.
Social Etiquette of New York, 1 dL, cloth,
If you want to get a cheap Feather Duster goj to
' ' teddy - mum
You, will always find something nice In the way
of Stationery at TEDDY 4 BRO'S.
The latest styles of Wall Paper can always be
found at. TIDDY'S BOOK STORE. .,
Mable, Todd 4 Go's.
Gold Pens always on hand
TIDDY'S BOOK STORE. '
And Metropolitan Fashion sheets for April, Just
received at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
March 28, 1879.
We call attention bf dealers to this celebrated
Whiskey, well known m.. Norttierri and Southern
markets. It is smooth, pleasant to the bisteaodi
perfectly free from adulterations. " Read certificate1
of analysis of Dr. Taylor, State Chemist of Ya.:
Havlne made a'chemieai examination of a sam
ple of Washington Rye Whiskey, selecte1jy xoy-i
self from the stock of Messrs. Lathrop fc Lehch.r I
am enabled to pronounce it to be a strictly pure ar-
ooie in au respects, suiiapie ror use meaicinaiiy or
otherwise. . WM. H. TAYLOR, M. Il7 ,'
; State Chemist olTa,
LATHROP & LEKSEU'Sole Proprietors, '
1316 & 1318 Cary street
' OLD ASBJNGION RYE WHISKEY."
I am now prepared to furnish the genuine Old
Washington Rye Whiskey. It is of the mostupef
rior quality in taste and purity. A long experience
Justlflea me in comaaending it to connoisseurs, Anl
all who appreciate good Whiskey, Trtt.
March ill lmeod.
JOSEPH F1SCHESSER, Pbopriktor.
BEER, ALE, PORTER
'i, ' .:'( - AND ,
WINES & LIQUORS,
;, And the best brands of Cigars. .
Agent for Fred Laser's celebrated Beading Beer
Keeps fresh bottled Beer on hand from Bergner fc
Engei, Philadelphia. Sold by the. dozen at a rear;
sonable price. All my customers can be furnished
at home with the best Beer in town.
... - ,;, t ; als6
,'f! ;' ': ATTACHED. i ; .' ': '
O'l'i ;;;. '. tjiUj.;: . .yi. u .
: Tiy on Street, opposite lotte i?otel, 'y V
;. - . for .,.'r.'!.;' : .- J "
Alt AND PORTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
dozen. . : : ... -
;T ;vv F.C. MUN2LEB.
All orders left at John VogePs tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
! 1: f
1 ;:-AHAti9 MiiHUHiia ni
: BG0R BINDING
..... ; s j.
GOOD WORKMEN, :
In connection with the -publloaUon W luOfr
an-n-fi'.i'.J .'; .ti-flv 'to . i -f,t 'i .j: d'(-
Sebvjeb, and the establishment pi ; one or the jiarg-
est, most. complete, and most thoroughly equipped
i -till i.-xc-.-- .- ;,-f ;-;(
trVthe Sontlr, the proprietor- has just added a eorh-
;n ii i
Capable of executing the very best class of work at
8hnrt notice. Old magazines', newspapers, law or
other books rebound in handsome style, and at
very low figures.
And work of tills class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
' - - .i
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLt OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and othef exhibitions ean get thetr
DATES and POSTERS printed here, jn as attractive
a manner ai m New York. '
We have a very full supply of: type for. printing,
at short notice and In first class style, '
. BRIEFS FOR THE SUPREME C6URT, ,, ,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments in good shapji wul do well bj give us'a trial.
W have the most accurate proofreaders, and our
work, is as lxWjeote M tf'telpoatlble 'to
make it' -
Order Books, ! u '
Visiting Cards, ,
' BILL HEADS,
Deeds, ; .
r Business Cards,
y.r '- Pixigrajfoines; "
'' ' '.? j. i-Matlsiratea'ADd; ;
(i'-I hil.s .. ; i. ,i v.i ; ifiti . .. tl--'. .-. . .
In fact; all kinds of , printing done, at abort notice.
Special atteatlen gfvea W "EaUroad Printing.;
Hatfng a largfit supply of tTpe than most lobes
tabllHhments, BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty w:th us.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ,
. I. ,. .
t- 4 t ... .;..(, . .
Address ; -
P.O. Box 182.
TIEL8 SICK WITH
m. i, , rr riA i A 1 1 .SI rj iv.
Then laatfme t take
These pills a'e made of certain Ingredients that
act specially rtrLlver.nd at the same Uml
fS61 "i1. topurltles from the stomach and system
aiding digestion, and jm.
RESTORING TO HEALTH,
when all other remedies fall
Take- them for Biliousness, Indigestion. Costive-
WITHOUT AEQUiJ1 WABBANTED
.'r fHN F. HENRY, CURRAN, CO.,
"' ' , ',? Sole Proprietors,
1 8 COLLEGE FLACK,- NEW YORK.
ror .saleby L. R. Wriston & Co., Charlotte.
SMITH'S WORM OIL
,TH,vGv,;Peoember 8, 1878.
A few nights since I gave my son one dose of the .
Worm. Oil,- and the next day he passed sixteen
little girt, fotoars okL. and she passed eighty-six
worms from four to fSlteen inches long
J1' "'J ' J W, F. PHILLIPS.
Worm Oil for sale bv
Pared by E, S, LYNDON, Al
jrnue 20 cents.
is a perfect BiX)on lHriw;and is tha
only, purely yxABwmedj known to sci-
Cube of Syphilis, and ScsOrnjk in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury'froin the
system.-; it relieves the agonies; of mercurial
riienrnatianiyand speedily fouree all skin dis
0jasMi' ;U: ii; I''h-oii-ii1 .
Sold by druggists genera&y.
feb25 6m -.
A sure cure lor nervous debility, premature de
cay, exhaustloriy etc. i.TJ only reliable eure. Cir
culars maJXre AdchTMs J. K. REEVES, 4B
QONDENSED TIME. ,
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TkiDfrf eonte kast.
Date, Nov. 10, 18.
8.20 a m
5.26 p m
Leave Charlotte, "'
5.30 a at
9.80 a at
1 ' NP.' 2 Connects at Salisbury with W Vd R R fnr
iaU potntBTtn. Western North CaroUna, daily except
Bunaays (ireensboro with R. 4 D. B, R. f or all
poims North. East and West. At Goldsboro with
W. & W.:B. R.'for Wilmington.
No. 4 Connects at -Greensboro with R. A D. R.
B. for all points North, East .'and West t
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
Leave Golds boro,
5.35 pm l
I 5.30 am
No. 1-tConnects at Greensboro - with. Salem
Branch, i At Charlotte with C A. R. R. for all
points South epd South-west; atAlr-Llhe JunctioD
with A. 4 C. iu, L. Railroad tor all peinta South and
South-east. ,. - , ',,. '
No. 8 Cormecte atiSaUsbmy witn W. N. C R. B.
daily exoept 'Sunday, At -Ai-Lto) -Junction with
A. & C A. L. for all polnUi fioulh and South-west.
Charlotte: with, ,e.-C A, .Railroad for all
points 8outhhd South-west.
; SAUai BKAMCH, , ..
Arrtw SaJeaatt7;t' 0luiaT' P
Leave Salem, " 5.45 am
Arrive Greensboro, . " " 7.45 a m
Connecting at GreenaWb with trains on the R
D. and N. C. Railroads, ,-ofi.
; "!'-,.' 11 J r- '
SXXXPTKa t!ABS TTTHOTJT CEANSX
Run both ways, n. -Trains NoaJLand2, between
iNew xoraana Auama via tuenmona, ureensDoro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Noa. 3 and
4 between New York: and Savannnn via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta.
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro, Raleigh,
Goldsboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, and at all
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan
sas and Texas, address
J. B, MACMURDO.
Gen. Passenger Agent,
nov20 ' Richmond Va.
Chablotti, Coluhwa and Augusta R. K. ,
On and after Sunday, Dee. 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing paseenger schedule will be run over this
road, 1 Washington ttme,): .
G01N8 Sooth, Na 1.
Leave Charlotte, " 1 00 a.
Arrive Columbia, e 00
Leave Columbia 6 06 i-
Arrive Augusta... 10 00 a. m
GOOfONOBlH, NO. 2.
Leave Augusta... .r 5 55 p.
Arrive Columbia,';.: 10 00 r. u.
Leave Columbia,:. 10 10 p.
Arrive Charlottei.., a 10 a. u.
-!,,;,': Goni e Sooth, No. 8.
Leave Charlotte. 11 27 am.
Arrive Columbia . A.. 4 10 p m-
Leave Columbia..,.'....'.... 4 15 p.m.
Arrive Augusta...,, ....... 8 80P.H
GxraaNoBTH, No. 4.
AxrtveCprumbiafll.V.Jiv.ii..... 1 20?.
1AM rrntrMa r ui - 1 30 P.M
ArriveChrtott).f,..f........... B 30 p.
These train stop only at Fort Mill, Rock Hill,
Chester,' WlnMborov )RUgeway,. LeesyUle, Baies
burgv Ridge Springs.; Johston, Trenton and Granite
TiUeodirfaflona wlU be recognized as nag
Mattons.'", ; . .
,ii PnUraaA Phlan 1an(nr and drawInsMOOm cars
r Nos. 1 anil tt firextnaboro to AuKusta: also on
Noa. 8 and 4, New York to Savannah, via Bicn-
mona ueorgia antral nauroaa. , t
T. D. KLINE, Superintendent
Jfo, B MacMtjbdo, G. P. Agent
;:; ec29.!; ."
B A K E R Y
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES, fresh every day
.T7E can with confidence
the very best manufactured, using none dui
very best materials.
W. N. PRATHER,
Trade Street, first door above the eld Market,
marl t -
VfjiaN. Sirv VftV I