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TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1879.
Prof. Anderson, the "magician, is in
Two counterfeiters liave been arrest
ed in Sampson county.
Cotton receipts in Raleigh last week
(J3l bales; total to date 44,434. , tl, , r
Florida1 : strawberries' .seventy-five
cents per quart in Wilmington. f '
The State treasurer last Thursday re
ceive! $82,700 ,,in , :pkl jj.bonds. for ex-,
change. . ij
A new military company in Warren
ton is called the Cox Rifles, after ex
J ridge Cox.
There is talk of reducing the pay of
the police force of Wilmington. The
Star opposes the idea, j:
Edgecombe farmers are offered nine
cents a pound for their cotton crop, de
livered in December next.
The Franklin Reporter notes the pur
chase by Northern capitalists of a co
xunium mine in Clay county. Price
paid fl,opo, . ,
JRvLT. T..JSaton, of. 'Petersburg's to
deliver the annual address at the June
commeHcemenfr of the Wilson CoIlegK
Mr. Timberlake, the' foreman of Kor
ne jay's fonndry,at Goldsboro, who was
killed by the explosion last week, had
juit professed religion sunder the minis
tration of Mrs. Moon.,;
The commissioners of Union county
hive ordered an election on the prohi
bition question in Monroe, Buford and
Sindy Jiidge,. townships, to take place
0.1 the first Thursday in J line.
Without cracking a smile the Xew
ton t Enterprise tells that an old hen in
it towtt got fastened in a woodpile,
and remained there for thirteen days
without food or water, and still lives.
Wilmington Review: All the foreign
shipping in port Friday had their colors
at half-mast, out of reverence and ven
eration for thef solemnity of the day.
This was also the cas;' at the German
Henderson Davis and his two com
rades, known as the Chapel Hill burg
lars, were re-sentenced last week, at
Hillsboro, to. be hung May 2nd. The
Supreme Court refused to grant them a
The magistrates of Catawba county
met at Newton on the 7th and were ad
dressed at length by Mr. W. G. Burk
head, who made an exposition of their
duties under the new law to extend the
jurisdiction 'of justices of the peace. . ,
Frank Wilson, of Yancey county, so
the Bakersville Republican says, wish
ed to go West, but lacked the where
withal. So he killed a goose, bloodied
himself, told his brother he had killed a
neighbor, collected $200 from him and
others to enable him to escape, and es
caped. ' The Express says the Wesley Chapel
Methodist Episcopal church, situated
eight miles west of :McjnroeV which was
burned down by art:incendiary last
spring, has been rebuilt, and the Ex-
fressm assured by a competent judge
hat it is the prettiest church in the
. , county. ;: f.
Two young men in 'Wilmington, oc
Oipying the same apartments, got into
a terrible tight a few nights ago, each
mistaking the other fos a robber. Both
had gathered their pistols on hearing a
noise at the window, and had them
when the scuffle began, but fortunately
did not use-them.
' Twenty-two hundred dollars' worth
of whales -Were captured, the Nutshell
reports,-on Bogue Banks, a few lays
ago, by Messrs. D. Bell and E. D. Ar
thur. The cow whale was 80 feet long,
12 feet through the body, 20 feet across
tlie tail, and will produce 2,520 gallons
of oil. The calf about half as much-
Raleigh Observer: Mr. Thomas H.
Bnggs, living, on West Morgan street,
alarmed by the barking of his dogs, fol
lowed them into the yard of Mr. Brown,
next door, where he found his old ser
vant, Elvin Smith, completely paralyz
ed. He was not seen from tea time un
til Z a. m., when Mr. Briggs found
The Democrats of Raleigh, at their
ward meetings last Friday night,, made
the following nominations :
First Ward Alfred Unchurch, J. H.
McAlister and D. L. Royster.
Third Ward R. II. Battle, G. Rosen
thal, J. A. Cheatham, M. T. Leach and
J. C. Blake.
Fifth Ward James A. Briggs, Jos.
IT. Green and Peter Fleming.
The Spirit of the South says that at a
meeting of the congregation of the
Methodist church of Rockingham, last
Sunday night a week ago, the form or
ceremony Known as tne Sunday ser-
" OTTWTiTenasInlroduced in the
churportie flora years ago while Rev,
MK Guthrie was'pastor, was voted out,
There was a. good deal of wrangling
anu many speecnes.
The Observer says that on the 5th of
May the electors of Raleigh township
will vote on the question of levvine a
tax of one-tenth of one Der cent on the
valuation of all property in said town-
akin fx K Mr.tnA 0...i- i.
omp w uc xiolcu iui ouilc mm county
taxation,' and thirty Cents on each and
every taxable poll therein, for two years,
for the support of graded public schools
Raleigh Observer: Maj. A. A. McKe-
tnan, commanding the - Fayetteville
juignt lnianiry, nas received a verv cor
-diatiuvltalloii f rum mjorHyon, of the
Pennsylvania riclbles, to visit them
arlMMpma'dri the 26th of May, and
take nart in the Ofith an ni versa rv nffho
Fencibles. It fs proposed to make it a
very grand occasion, and the centennial
uuuaing is to De tne rendezvous of the
, centennial legion.
The Bakersville Republican says that
the firm of "Wallace Urm nf Kf afoavino
sold last year nearly half a million dol
lars worm or medicinal plants, roots
and nerbs, of Western ; North Carolina
,i production; and that the firm of Hy
t o ams Bros of Bakersville,; sold $8,000
Tvonn lasc year, and nave received one
order ror $5,000 worth, t . be filled the
coming season. Not onlv the -ereater
number of known medicmal plants in
common Tjga are found in the Btate, bu
some of the rarest and most useful.
. ; )Tb,WiliaiiigtoB -Mtdr Says a grand
lMJ pnic will take place at Croom's Bridge,
i;iri Pender county, on the 19th inst. at
which tamo prominenfc-peakera-from
"f yr sum. xrenuer, iuu aooress . ine
. uj uiticiia vl wie uuunues named, Dy
way of celebrating the: passage- of -the
WUrfgr the construction of Je Angola
the same, upon the completion of which
- so much interest is felt ty many in the
; counties of Duplin anj Pender. ' .
f v t nv (?Newton Enterpris r. Some e while
.. s'-dpassing through an old;field, just: below
this place, last Sunday.idiscovered what
they took to be a newly-made grave,
Y H 'andibn) notifying tbcbrorier tot the
'"fact art examination" waS made; whenlt
was found that a hoe about the size
- itf arid Bbape f of a large . grave bad been
dug out and the loose dirt thrown back.
Nothing was found in thehote,- and no
J one is able to )rive any, theory as to Its
origin. Capt Bost discoverea a similar
ii f. , ll0le in one of , his fields. belowtown,
this week, but is unable to find out why
and by whom it was made. , - '
BRUT KEW5 ITEMS.
itLonnfnr Knice will shortly issue a let
ter to his colored constituents, advising
them not to emigrate to the W&itpttmei .ai this ea
nvi Tip. Pierce, of the M. E. Cnurcn
South, celebrated his 5th birthday
March 24th, at the home of his son,
Bishhop Pierce, at Sparta, Ga.. ; j
barre, Pa, has charge of eight cases , of I
Severaljcases at different points inrthai
UlClUVUUUUlvuxw " 1
vicinity nave resuicea iauuiy. jututii
alarm exista.ainong catUe oniers. ,,
- The figures concerning the business
of the Georgia Railroad, show that its
gross receipts for the past twelve months
were $115,000 less than for the year pre
vious, but a decrease of 0172,000 in ex
penses has made a gain in net earnings
It is W. Elwell Goldsborough, of Hal
more, who has been nominated for Uni
ted States consul to Amoy, China. The
?sition is worth $3,500 per annum,
he associated press represents l Mr.
Goldsborough nominated as from North
Judge Hughes, in the United States
Court, at Richmond, Va has ordered
the receiver of the Petersburg Railroad
to pay the coupons and registered in
terest first in default, reserving the
question of paying interest on the back
J Mr? iSruce, the eoloreo! -'Mississippi
Senator, had as clerk of his committee
during the last Congress CoL Carter, an
ex-Confederate officer, and "since the
war Speaker of the lower house of the
Louisiana Legislature. Mr. Bruce has
just appointed Col. Carter to be clerk of
his new committee to investigate the
affairs of the Freedman s Bank. Col.
Carter is a man of ability, and a very
interesting talker. He played quite a
noted part in Louisiana politics for
several years after the war.
What is Said of ihe House Committees Tamma
ny and Not Tilden Predominates.
Wash. Cor. Richmond Dispatch.
Mr. Randall has been regarded as an
ultra Tilden man, and yet ne appoints
AVoods, Covert, Muller, and Cox, of New
York, to chairmanships, all Tammany
and anti-Tilden, and places not a single
Tilden man from that State at the head
of a committee. Then the same thing
is true of Pennsylvania, where Coffroth,
Wise, Clymer, and Wright, who are ap
pointed to chairmanships, are also anti-
Tilden. The last session Mr. Hewitt, a
New York capitalist, was at the head
of the special labor committee, and now
Mr. Wright, of Pennsylvania, the most
ultra labor man in the country, is at the
head of that committee. Mr. Randall
has also been regarded as a very hard-
money man, and yet a careful dissec
tion oi ins banking and currency com
mittee, convinces me that it is a soft-
money committee, and will be greatly
under the innuence oi lieneral jiwing.
A Republican says of it to-night, that it
is soft enough to be cut with a butter-
knife. Th Greenbackers are pleased,
and it is evident to eyerybody that they
and the Democrats are coming to a bet
ter understanding daily. I he Protec
tionists, to all appearances, seem to like
the ways and means committee better
than they dw of last session, and hence
the comment is that Mr. Randall has
shown himself a shrewd politician in
pleasing Tammany, the Greenbackers,
tne ijaDor-iteiorm, and tne protection
ists. If he has really done this, the
Democratic party could well afford to
give mm almost unlimited ixwer in
the management of its affairs until No
vember, 1880. ,
State Bunds Not utjott to Ti. .l.f .
Washington, April 11. Representa
tive Persons, of Georgia, recently sub
mitted to the commissioner of internal
revenue the question whether such
bonds as his State has issued are? liable
to taxation. Ihese bonds are issued
under an act of the State Legislature,
are payable to bearers by the State Jan
uary l, 1885, with annual interest repre
sented by coupons at the' rate of four
per cent, per annum, and are signed by
tne treasurer anu tne uovernor: in
short, thev are interest-bearing obliga
tions of the State, payable to bearer at
aennite luture time, rrne commis
sioner replies that it litis never been
considered as within the spirit of the
revenue law or the policy of Congress
to impose a tax upon the bonds or other
similar obligations of a State, and, after
reviewing the law at length. concludes:
"There is no ruling in this bureau, nor
any internal revenue law, which re
quires a tax from any bank or banker
tor paying out bonds of the State of
Georgia in satisfaction of checks drawn
upon such banks, nor any law which
imposes a tax upon any bank or banker
for receiving or paying out such notes
in lieu or currency.
Popular Indifference Illustrated.
Wash. Cor. Baltimore Sun.l
It is perhaps natural for members of
Congress to imagine that the eyes of
every man in the whole country are
upon them, but it is, as a general thincr.
oiny me ousiness classes, wnose inter
1 il l 1 w i a .
ests are afiected by the action of Con- !
gress, who watch its proceedings, and
iorm ineir opinions according to its ac
tion. An incident which occurred the
other day indicates the popular want of
knowledge or the popular indifference
as to Congress. A member of the board
of aldermen of a large Eastern city,
who was sitting in the Senate eallerv
with your correspondent, made numer
ous inquiries as to the names of differ
ent benators and various matters in
connection with the Senate. Finally,
stanaing up ana looting over the gal
lery at the Vice-President as he sat in
his chair, he said, "That is Speaker Ran-
aaii, i suppose.
Family Reconstruction. .
A J 1 mm
iv.n extraordinary storv oi iamiiv re
construction comes from Tannerville,
Ga., where a young woman married an
widower, but soon found herself in love
with his son, who was: about her own
age. The matter was fully discussed
by the tricv and all agreed that it Trnnld
be bettei for her to become the wife of
the son. Tbe transfer was amicably
made by means of a divorce. Since
men the. old man has married his ex
wife tfmother, and the rearranged fam-
i iiiiimomous ana nappy. , ' :
' Ooe Republicaa OpiaioD.
General, Joe -Hawlev'. stakes his oti-
i KressjQnairejpuiationonJtbe assertion
uiai ine Dest men m both houses are ex-
hVMs" practice, having
iriz, nomimre, fuiu au uuwh ana
iiuig ons, aiso a positive and radical cure for
""""i'-y.anaau nervous complaints, after
havmir tested Its nrnnilarfnt , m .
?Jt flerlng fellows. Actuated by this
lhw human ertogti
recipe, with full directions for preparing ai
ef'Jjench orEngllsnV BentV
addressing with stampnamlns: this naner
X&Z?J? aesire it, this
oiiciar, itf rowers'
ov . -rn.a
Block, fibchester, New York.
TSif8?? averae congressman lsof iuch
prtUved duratton that It seems hardly, worth
-oi,V. VJfT f 7 2U,uuu lor an election.' Who
J?? 1116 nnunauon In our district? for there Is
ESPSKIF1, nw Carbolie Salve tor the
cure of all sores, wounds, cuts and akin iMux.
Our eountry Is getting tor be fearfully ; alarming.
the average nf Ufa being lessened every feat, with
out tq reasonable cans, death resulting general-
thing that In the hurry of everr day Ufa we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending and often find-J
too late, that a Fever or Lung troiible has already
set S?Thousanas le pjetrllYes to thl$ waye
m rfntor. TiHa liar! UnftmlWH rrgmfAH himiF
been taken, a cure woukLhave
fcFer all diseases
f Thrpaf jandinigv Bospms's btjm.
SxlCPjiaaproTen ltsejf ,to pej fb greatest dlscbvr
ery of Its kind In medicine. Every Druggist In this
country will tell you of Its wonderful .effect j Owr
950,000 bottles sold last yeai witnout-a single
failure known. ' 7 ,
! 1 )
A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful source of many diseases, promi
nent among which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, C0STJVENESS,
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVlR, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDSEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC. : :
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijona of Appetite md Usuaea, the txryefa
axe-coatare. tratBOmttms alternate with.
looseneea, Fain la thgHead, accompanied
to the right aide and under the shoulder
blade, fullness after eating, with a. diain
chnation to exertion of body or mind, Irri
tability of temper, Iiow apirlta, Loss ol
memory, with a feeling of having neglected
tome duty, General weariness; Dizziness,
Fluttering at the Heart. Dots before the
eyes. Yellow am, neagacne generauy
over the right eye, Beatleasnaef at night
with fitful dreams, highly coioied Urine.
IT THESE WAEHTNGS ASE UK HEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adapted to such
cases, a single dose effects
such a chance of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer..:
are cenapeaaaed from rafestaaces that are
free from aar preperneatBat can injure
the aioat delicate orrajdzatiea. They
Search. Clean, Parity, aadlaiisorale
the entire System. By retteTlng the en
era-d vUyer, they cleaase the bleed
fee t Volsouoaa tamers, and thus Impart
health and vitality te the hedy, eansing
the: newels te act. amtarally. wl cheat
nsich nm sue ess feel well.'
A Noted Divine says:,
Dr. TlrlTj dmi bit; roc tm jrt I nT Mta
a martyr to Pygpefim, Contiition and Kl , Lut
Spring your Pula worw recommDded to m ; I oaad
tham tbut with litLla futh). I am now a. wall man.
haTa good appetite, digestion perfect, reyilaj itoola.
pilaa (on, and 1 fin cained forty poandaaoua flaea.
They arm wortk tKeir waieht in rola.
jut. xv. ju, ouuwa, ixnianua, ivy.
Their first effect ia to IaeraaUM the Jtppwtlte,
and caaae tha body to Tavk mn Fleak Uins the
srsxem is risnea, ana dt tneir Twue ic
tUa oa the. DlcaatlT Orsnp,. Kinmlar
6tola ara produced. "" ,v.
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, 8 AYS:-
Pbw dlsaaaea axiat that oannot be raliwvadliT r.
atoring that Liver to it -normal fnaetkias, aaid foe
ttus porpoee no remeoy Aas erer been lnrented utaa
haa m happy an eSeat aa T0TW EttLS."
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tW Dr. TTJTTS MANUAL of Talnable Infor
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on application. :-':i
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gkat Haib' ob 'Wtnsxnta changed to a Otaari
Black by a tingle application of thia Dn- . It im.
parts a Matorai uoior, acta 'inctantaneoaaqr, ana ts
a Harmless as spring water. SoldbyDroaPats, or
ant by exoreaa on receipt of tL
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apr 1-1 y.
45 Years Before the Public.
THE GENUINE ,
DR. C. McLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF.
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA 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 in 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 which
ought to have beendone. 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, yet exam
ination of the body, after 'death, has
shown the liver to have been exten
sively deranged. -
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLake's LrvEV Pills, in
- cases op Ague ' and Fever, when
taken wim Quinine, are productive of '
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease .to give them a; s-air, trial.
i '- For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative,1 they ar un
equaled. ' " '
JBEWAAE OF IMITATIONS.
- Ihe genuine are never sugar coated.
Everv box haft a rt-A iui
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v wine genuma MCLArtrs XtVEft Pnxs. ,r
beaf tlie signatures tf CIMcLane and '
, i-EMiNG jbros. on the wrappers
;ttPw:'Jiff -tt -genuine Dr.
U McLane's Lives. Eills Dreoared bv
Fleming Bros of Pittsburgh; Pa., the
g41uu 01 iutions of the
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same proounciation. I'.zu
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The rWHfl Adrentares" and "Triumphs'? pf I
This oaly aiithentleuidedpyrlgnted'eheap edlttoa
la saOIiar taster than . anr other-book in 'America.'
AUJSJSXS' WXNTEJK IW-'TiffliwrOcuiwa !na
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CBJtAFmiLu Uti im-ffZ-virrzM CHBAPKSX
53.672 Superb "Enlt'BootsiTrOTJIl PRICK .
75,276 New American Books AT YOHB PRICE.
1 12,726 Second-hand Books AT ANY PBH3k
f s.;s;;WfcTieottHbraWte(!atnTefr .tin
3 Beekman t, neair New TwtOfflce, New .Tork.
Parson's . Pureatrr Pills -make new Rich Blood.
and will eomDletelv chanse the blood 1b the entire
system m three montter-' ABy person who will take
one piacn nigni rrera-x fO & weeKB maj oe re
stored to sound health, suci athlng he possible.
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CO., Bangorv Mft,myjfyywr.r,.j i tojei.. i
Is for lameness or wealmess of the back. Rheuma
tism and all local aches and Bains, the best reme
dy known. It was to vented to overeome- the slow
action oi tbe ordinary Porous Flaster& i It relieves
pain at once, and cares where other' Masters will
not even -relieve. Sold werywhere py praggigts,
price 25 oeaU. . 1 i i'v.
The Bourgeolse and Minion type on which this
Japer was lately printed. it was made by the old
onnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and wa
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but on?
It because It became necessary to use a different
style of type. ItwEfl do good service for several
years to come. 'It will be sold In- lots to sul pur
chasers, and in font8:jfi0toi,(KX)Ib8with or
wimoui cases. Auqress
octo . : Charlotte. 21. C.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALB.
Any person desiring to purchase a well improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modem con
veniences, fine well Of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at . ?
declS THIS OFFICE.
J-OTICE OF SEIZURE.
C. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
Collector's Office, 6tb District North Carolina,
StatesvUle, N. C, April 3d, 1 879.
Seized for violation
on April 2d, 1879:
of Internal Revenue Laws,
Two Mules. One Wagon and Harness and 24
boxes Manufactured Tobacco, the property of T.
Notice Is hereby given to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office In StatesvRleC and make claim
thereto before the expiration of' thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. J, 4. MOTT, ,
J. G. Yocmg. , Collector.
apr4 3t tn30dys
J-OTICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North earollna,
aiaiesvuie, n. u, Apru znq, iwiv. )
Seized for violation of Internal Revenue Laws.
on April 1st, 1879: 8 boxes Tobacco, owner un
known; 4 boxes Tobacco, the property of E. Fos
ter; 2,00ft Ogata, the property of R. M. Gaffney;
one half barrel of Whiskey, owner unknown.
Notice Is hereby elweii to tha ownee or claimants
of the above described property, to appear before
n tl , ' m-. nHtAA . IM n ' J '.111
thereto before the expiration of thirty; days from
Sate hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
nlted States. : J. J. MOTT.
J. G xodno, Collector.
apr2 3t ln30dys
Received from Eastern North Carolina to-day
100 BUSHELS OF THE
And am expecting more to-morrow
a M. HOWELL'S.
IF YOU.WJSH. to engage In an honest, genteel
business, and make Dlentr of monev during
the holidays, send your address to
i m:ci , . HAniJULirtJ. A CO.,
feb4w4t I i 107, 4th a?.. N. Y.
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comments. Tne Highest Medical Academy oi
Paris report 05 cures out of 100 cases within three
days. ' Secret-The onl f dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Add which exists m tne Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients, '. 1,00 a box, 6 boxes for
85 00. Sent to any address on recelnt of orice.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by aU druggists. Ad-
aress WAHUBUIW JS & CO..
nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 CUff-st, N. Y.
For sale by J. tt. McADEN, Druggists,
feblS ly. Charlotte, N.C
8 Car Loads-' 1 ,820 Bushels :
i ' t
; Just received
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
rrMTE best RTomr n
If) f i: (Hi
In thefclty, at - ,
' JanSO ' -
s LeROY DAVIDSON'S.
EE W, BATTLE, L D.J 5 '
Havfcg re hi or ed Ms office to the first floor over
the Traders' Nntlnnnl 'Rank ran hA f-uin1 thsra
all hourai during the day, and at his residence cor
ner seventn and college streets, at night,
feb7 8m ; : , ,. . .
TENDERS his professional services to the peo
ple of Charlotte and vicinity. Being s gradu
ate Of both schools of mndininn. iTiPinnn unit
eOsteofiTttic) e '-!s qualified to practice-either
4 He will still devote attention especially to Chrow-
" V5jaa, i)uwii aiso do a general practice.
CallsattendAd iAAnicFht , .-. -,.,
-Office over McAden's drug stored Residence on
wruer oi ma sneei, : j
A' p tl
iiX . &yt
To wla fortuaelK "iHfth rand'lMstrlbutlori,
. i Class - !, at New Orleans; Toesdayr May ;
13th, 187910701 Manthry Drawing.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
' This InsUtution was regularly tnoorporated by
the Legislature of the: State foe Educational and
Charitable purposes. In. 1868, tob thk tkbm of
TWKwy-FTVK tkabs, to which contract the lavlola
VSo ftiftto bf the State is pledged witii ai capital of
SI ,000,000, to which It has since added a Reserve
Fund of , 8350.000. Its . -GRAND StNGLB NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION will take, place monthly on
the second Tuesday.' It never scales or postpones..
Look attnefollovrlngdlslarftnaaric i; -; ,
. !:.; ..:. .
CAPITAL PRIZE, 830,000. '
100.000 Tickets at Two Dollars each,
i ; i ets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prize, .
: 1 Capital Prize, . .
1 Capital Prize......
2 Prizes Of 82,500 . ,
5 Prizes of 1,000...
20Prizeaoi r 500..
100 Prizes of , 100
' 200 Prizes of , 50 .
1,000 Prize8 0t 10.
4 . 10,000
- ! 10.000
9 Approximation i Prizes of S3C
9 Approximation Prizes of 1 2C
9 Apprpxlniatlon Priaei of r100-.
1857 Prizes, amount
ie "corresbondlnz azenta wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid., i . i -1 :i;ri;... T
Appiicatioitior rates to clubs should only be made
to the Hpme Office In. New Orleans. , ".. - y
" Writ,-clearty stating1 full address, for full Infor
mation or send orders to '
v w ik M. A. DAUPHIN, " '
Postoffice Bot 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under
the supervision and management of ; GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD and. JUBALA, EARLY.
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CITY BOOK STORE.
Mayne Reed's Novels, 6 vols.,
Travels in Central Asia, by Vanibery,
Treasure of Wit and Wisdom,
Short History of English People, Green,
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities,
Social Etiquette of New York, 1 vol., cloth,
If you want to get a cheap Feather Duster go te
TIDDY A BRO'S.
You will always find something nice in the way
of Stationery at TIDDY A BRO'S.
The latest styles of Wall Paper can always be
found at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
Mabie, Todd 4 Co's.
Gold Pens always on band
TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
And Metropolitan Fashion sheets for April, Just
received at TIDDY'S BOOK STORE.
March 28, 1879.
JOSEPH FISCHESSER, Proprietor.
BEER, ALE, PORTER
WINES & LIQUORS,
And the best brands of Cigars.
Agent for Fred Lauer's celebrated Re? ding Beer.
Keeps fresh bottled Beer on hand from Bersner A
Engel, Philadelphia. Sold by the dozen at a rea
sonable price. All pay customers can be furnished
ai noma wun ine pest iseer in town.
ALSO A FINE
Tryon Street, opposite Charlotte Hotel
ALE AND PORTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue, Delivered
to any part of the city, tree of charge for $1.00 per
F. C. MUNZLER.
All orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
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D. Q. MAXWELL.
C, F. HARBISON,
jyjAXWELL & HARRISOjq-
; AUCTION. AND
r ' Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
MERCHANDISE AND POUNTRY PRODUCE; -
Will give strict personal
attention to an business entrusted to our care.
ivf4 . Four doors above Charlotte Hotel
A SPLENDID OFPTJBTTINrTY
, I- .11 SUJ ILL. . , .
ii .isoomaJis vln9.39X donatio I
t 111! lie
IT J Mt'Tf
,!1 . u
' , In connection with the jHjblieation of Thi Ob
SRBVKai and'fj'establfahjnent' of one bf the larg
estjmost complete, and most thoroughly equipped
Uf..u: y-i j: v! n-w !:;.' ' :,i ;,'f,
1 ,..! . ; i ? ij ; ; ; ' , , I . I I
JOE, PjyNTING HOUSES
In the South, the proprietor has Just added a com-
pleie ., , iM;v:-
Capable of executing tbe very best class of work at
short notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law or
other books rebound in handsome style, and at
very low figures.
And work of tl'ls class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER TRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATES and POSTERS printed here laas attractive
a manner as 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 COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argo-
ments In good shape wtQ do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work is as free Trom 'defects as it ja possible to
' Business Cards,
! . Programmes
; ' ' Magistrates' and
I . . .i : . . v Court Blank
f ... - .... . ; . . , -rr.i . ,.f)
In factj aU kinds of printing done at short notice.
. rv ... !,-- v.-!. I
" Special attention given :to Railroad Printing.
, Hating a larger supply of type than most Job j
tobllshments, BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty with us.
ritt in? i fTTnv fjTTiWiwnpTpn
P.O. Beat 183.
THE OBSERVER, J
s '' C6arlotte,N.C.
FEELS SICK WITH
COLDCBJtLa, yETR FLUSHES, HEaDaCHp
. and generaruncomfortableness
'PQlir$tteotf:$XACTIX WHAT Aim
" MOTT'S PILLS.
these pills are made of certain lnKredu.m.
act specially on the Liver, and at the Smi8
anal alt ImmrfHa. fmm Ik. ..LC Mine tirtu.
capci mi uujwnua uvm uH Sfomaeh and
aiding digestion, and m
BESTOBING TO HEALTH,
when all other remedies fail.
Take them for Biliousness, Indigestion 0
ness, IJverComplalnte, and all dS 'S
orders of the stomach. - 110(1 "l
As a family cathartic pill they are WARS a vtt
WITHOUT AN EQUAII -"HANTEt)
JOHN F, HENRY, CURRiN 4 CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YOBK.
For sale by L. R. Wriston A Co., Charlotte.
I nar4 '.. '.-......
SMtTirS WORM OIL.
:' !n-yAlK!JS,GA-, December 8, 1878.
jAlew nlghfe since I gave my son one dose of tho
WoTOiOlli, -and toe next day he passed sixteen
: ? W.F.PHILLIPS
Wbtri Ofl for sale by Druggists generally
pared by E. S. LYNDON, Athens, ga. '
Price 25 cents. feb21d4wly.
lkttei6M Bb.-TtJarriKii. and is th
onlJr"purey VtrrkBLB remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cukes of Syphilis and Scrofula in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and, speedily cures all skin dis
eases. : .
Sold by druggists generally.
A sure cure for nervous debility, premature de
cay, exhaustion, etc. The only reliable cure. Cir
culars mailed free. Address J. K. REKVES, 43.
Chatham street, N. Y.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOINO EAST.
I ex. Sun.
Date, Not. 10, 'IS.
6.55 p m
5.30 a m
9.80 a m
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.B. for
all points In Western North Carolina, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. & D. R, R. for all
points North, East and West At Goldsboro with
W. & W. R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with RAD. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOINO WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
5.35 pm I
10.50 am I
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Chariotte with C, C. A A. R. R. lor all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
with A.4C.AL Railroad for all points South and
. No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. B. K.
daily except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with
A: & C. A. JL. for all points South and South-west.
At Chariotte with C & A. Railroad for all
points Sputh and South-west.
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 pm
Arrive Salem, ; " " " 10.50 pm
Leave Salem, " " 5 45 am
Arrive Greensboro, " " 7 45 am
Cbnneetins at Greensboro with trains on the B. 4
D. and N. C. Railroads.
SLKEPINO CABS VCTTHOUT CHANGS
Run both ways on Trains Nos. 1 and 2, between
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 3 and
4 between New York and Savannah 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. R. MACMURDO.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
nov20 . Richmond Va.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
Charlottk, Columbia and Augusta R R.
t Columbia, & C Dee. '11, 1878.
On and after Sunday, Dec. 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington time,):
Goino Sooth, No. 1.
Leave Charlotte, 1 00 a.
Arrive Columbia, 6 00 a.
Leave Columbia ., 6 05 a
Arrive Augusta 10 00 a.
Gome North, No. 2.
Leave Augusta 5 55 p.
Arrive Columbia. 10 00 p. m.
Leave Columbia, : 10 1 0 r.
Arrive Charlotte, 3 10 a. h
":" 1 ,J Going South, No. 3.
Leave Charlotte.... 11 27 a.m.
Arrive Columbia....... 4 10r -
Leave Columbia 4 15 p-
Arrive Augusta...,.. 8 30 P.v
. V ; .. Gome North, Na 4.
Leave Augusta. . , . . 8 03 a.
Arrive Columbia 1 20 ?.JJ
Leave Columbia............. 1 30 r-
ArriveCharlotte.'...k...,...., 6 80 p
Thtratn;stop only at Fort Mill, Rock Hill,
Chester,? Winnsboro, Rlugeway, Ieesvme, Bates
twirg, ftitg Spiipg", rVhatnii, Trenton and oraniie
.vuleL.Aotoer Rations will ;be ,recpgnlzed as flag
stations. " ......
.1 Pullman PalacT sleeping and drawing-room cars
on Nor l and 2, Greensboro to Augusta; also )
Nos. 8 and 4. New York to Savannah, via Rich
mond, Georgia Central Railroad.
r ., T. D. KLINE, Superintendent
' Jbo. B MacMubdo, G. P. Agent
" r B A K fr y"
BREAD, CAKIS AND PIES, fresh every
TX7E can with confidence recommend
the verr best manufactured, using hone ou
very best materials..
i . W. N. PRATHER,
t Trade Street, first door above the old Market
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