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SUNDAYAPRIL 20, 1&79.
WHEBE TOP CIST BRISK.
In Act te Prohibit the Pale rf lutoxicatfog Li-
The General Assembly of North Caro
lina do enact: I
tSbotiow Ls'Thatitshall bo unlawful
'for any: person or persons io. sell-6r- di
rectly or indirectly receive any compen
"salion for any spirituous liquors, bitters
or any intoxicating drinks within , one
half mile of Btitjhphage church, in Ca
barrus county, or within one mile of
Pleasant Hill church in Iredell countv,
while -divine. -services ar beingt held
there; or the Big Ore bank, Lincoln
county;; Trinity church, Bladen county;
Ilarrisville church, Stanly county ; or
Carson's chapel, McDowell ' fcOantr,
while religious worship is being held
therein;: or within one mile and half
of St. Fanl'gv Lutheran church, Iredell
county ; or St Paul's Methodist church,
Cleaveland conntv; or the Methodist
church at Anson vflle, in Anson county ;
Elliott's church, Cleaveland county:
(Concord Baptist church, in Yancey
county; Matthew's JStation, in Mecklen
burg county; and all the churches in
eravine, xorayiuo?LVTTv tuxti
county ; or within one mile of Three
Forks Baptist' church, . m ,ivatauga
4-.v . K ilA-ra aV Ii twl Wftnrtiintv
Methodist church, near Jug TaVern,
Lincoln county; Shiloh M. E. church,
Cabarrus county ; Lebanon M. Rehurcb,
Davie ' county ; Morgan Hill jchurch,
Buncombe county; Forks of Ivey Bap
tist church, Madison county; Pleasant
Hill7 Baptist church'and Battle's church,
Burke county ; the Methodist and Luth
eran ' churches ' of Lovelady, Caldwell
county; Sandy Plains church,! Wayne
county; Tabernacle Methodist I.Episco
Ttal rtinrrh -knA Methodist Protestant
cimrcb and Be'thel Northern. Methodist :
churchllandWpff tdUnty; SUoam and
Ebenezer churches, McDowell! covmty;
Kehobeth Mw E. church (colored), Leb
anon M. E. church, Columbus; county ;
Gilead church, Bladen county; Friend
ship ichuKhii.WUke icoiintyjNew
Found Baptist church, : Buncombe coun
ty; Helsonand Pee Dee churches, in
Kichmond county; Fine's Creek Bap
tist church, in-Hay wood County; Ben
salem and New Providence churches,
in Moore county; Stradley's chapel and
Berea-churchr-1 Butteombe county;
and all the churches in Jiertie except in
the towns of Windsor and Coleraine,
or within two mils (ft Hickory Grov.e
churcn,"Efo6Ir 1 'county'; Hebron, .St
Luke s, Salem and Macedonia churches,
in Washington county; Draughons
school house and church, Edgecombe
county ; court noasatn McDowell coun
tv : Iron Station and Piserah church, in
churcn ano jpnesosHUJiptist cnurcn, m
Person county; Trinity Methodist
rihnmh. Salftm. Harria'nhahftL Pftrilar
creek, Hermon and Rehobeth churches.
, in Granville, county irS4toJineAcadjfe-
my, leaveiaiia -ioauncy.; "jaaeeaonia
church, Buncombe county i Lutheran
. r chapel, OakGrove Methodist 'Episcopal
church, Christ Episcopal church and
Unity church, Rawaa wimtt fiS&msai
: jir-iidavebergers, : WilsmfHoHDal-
las. Kelley's. CtonOTnL-Trt&dWbVLnti-
03h and Lander's churchesy ! Gaston
county ; Albemarle, Stanlj: ceiimtyj Re
deTSprings,"Trnion county Maple's
0) mil, vvesieyanhapei antf.iasnton
Academy, Pender countv: all the chur
ches in Perquimans county except those
within thA RnrnnrnfAlimita nf th fnuni
dell county: Mt. Carinet church. Mont
gomery county ; Ormandla chapel and
Saint's Delight, in, Gjeene county ; Pan-
tego Male and n emale Academy. Tan
teeo. Beaufort countv: : St. Jarhfis'
church. Iredell county ; Snow Hill Meft' j
ouisi cnurcn, wnie .Baptist cnurcm
Providence Methodist chutch, Nantia
la school house, Smith's Bridge high
sshool and nigUanias academy, in Ma
cm county; Union Springs church and
camp ground and Philadelphia chutch,
Union countv: Bethcar l'resbvterian
church, Bladen county; CulloweeBap-
, tisicnuren, jACKson county; 'jaCYleas
ant churcba.Chiltham & Bvnum Mstnu-
facturipg Company'a Wovis, Q'Keliysr
' church,' Cnatham 'c6uhty ,,. Mouji
Bladen county ; Macedoniar -JBap-
iixi cnurcn, in (joiumous ; county; -Hi v
erside Methodist camp ground, Ashe
county: Laurel Springs academv. Alle
ghany countv rBlackborn's charjel. Ashe
county; South Fork church. Watauea
county; Bel vin church, Orange county :
St. Luke's and Shepherd' Cross Roads
churches in' Iredell county ; Pleasant
urove church and the Methodist church
and Castalia church in Nashville, Nash
county : Gardner chiircM. Warren coun
ty; Pine Grove M. E. church, Robesbh
countyi wear creek academy, Hender
son county; ispliesus Church, Wlaktf
county; Turkey-Tail, Burke comity;
, .Jersey settjerntiitiat chnreny Da
"vidson county StatetLine.. . Baptist
cuurcn. ptoKes county ;' near Ntpatnp,
AiounTTTjebanon "andl Mount Tailor
churchejHHCjruiity ; Brasstower
cnurcn, uneroKee countv: Mjii ftrnvft
church, Trnion,caunty;. lUugewavi in
warren county?" Tally Ho BaiAist
church, Granville county; Sunsbury,'
Gates countyT Jericha TBaptist chuirch,
iavie cpjwtJiTteceamJiaptist chutch.
Graham county: Rock SbrinDr caimn
ground, - in-Caldwell -county ; Oli ye
urancn ana Jietmenem
and Bethlehem MethoflMff"Jiir5fi
churehe4 wDayifl5twtmtTiO and She
Methodist and Presbyterian churcjhe
U1. . .-l5Jiauvy-, wayiason county ; or
withm two tniles and a half of Pleasant
Grove, Zion Grove and Dudlev Grove
churclies.HeiiordrThbpwri1? chapeL J
it Wayne county- Piney! ForestiBaptist
-taYgOTnTTea 6f BeTSel ' churc
- a a- or . ; A.
uuuniy txitn eBunciytcijeene
- White; 'chapel and CresweiU church,
Hertford county; Youngs villelFlat
. 4na1e8Ud 4 female aeSyTackson
y .jountyjMcKenzieS chapel; Iredell
or any church in Bertie county, exdept
ix io w r us Pi-T inusor ana uoierame ;
r. Sapef, Centre churchJtredett
. lyjuiuy f jrnauweipniachurchifihmbitij
. caunty; Wtthta' church Wri4iiri.
ty; Bethel and Antip;h BaptisYchiutcb
ca, vriuijjc couniy; i jjumDer Jiridge
and Providence Baptistkurches, BQbef
wuuvj, iucivuu a Villi Tr,' JxLUIlbB
' ery county; Little River church. T
syltanta county; Hayechapel ; Betl
a iwuananwij Middle creek cl
Bof 5uTu5r r Geneva -church," Granvitte
-, ton county : 4JhierihrWtif. 4
' PiorayPty; Concordia High Srhoni'
MJunTuo wuuiy ; jsavannau Creek
county ; St John's and Pioneer churches.
V;u i.uvBua county; xaoernacle
Methodist E.church3ichmond county.
- Mills ppstofflce,' Cabarrus county; the
town of Creswell, Washington countv -:
; or within four miles nf tv.a tt,:1 '
.io- i u ii -ruint jsieth -
yawn vuuiuu, x wuuer county, .
Seo. 2.-Amend section 2, chapter 255.
JSSiS 1824 Btrik?ng Jut
wheneverlt ofceura: And iubfetU
. tute in its stead the word?XtUled 6?
fermented from fruit;" and amend
chapter 280, lawi otiim and 18TT?Sv
striking out Macedonia church. Colum-
hna otirrtr. TjrwrtHctTiiurch. Edire?,
tity, Biaaenrjoro aepoi, uuu
Bladen county and Adams
aphnnl hoiiaft! Pitt COuntV. - ; J
- Avf.. a. A n v nerson violating the pro
visions of this act shall be guilty oft
misdemeanor, ana upuu wwiwuuuj, ,
fore any justice ,of the ; peace naymg:
Mttrlsdictiofllsnall'be fined not less.than
ten dollars nor more fifty
imnrisoned, not 'less tbani t
more than thirty days: Prfcd That
if th offender is not brought to
before some justice of the peace within
six months after the commission of the
tffenee,lthe Superior Cotrrtin term for
the county In which -the offence was
5mmitted may tiike jurisdiction of the
same and minish the offender at the
HiarAtinn of Raid oourt.
4511:'.' All laws and clauses of law
in conflict with the provisions of this
act are hereby repealed,
i Sbo. S. This act shall be in force from
and after the first day of May, Anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred
and seventy-nine. ,
' ''Batified the 13th day of March, A. D.
BRIEF SEWS ITEMS.
Mayor Cooper, of New York, has pi
nninreH Chaa. McLeatt-Pouce commis-
L sioner, vice Nicholls,, removed.
In the races at New Orleans, Friday,
one of the horses, Judge Hancpck, f eU
There has been another revolution in
panama, accompanied Iff Igbtfiig ta
T, l I:
th strftets. lastine lourteen nours.
Many persons were killed but quiet has
Two of the rartv of masked men who.
mnntlis airo. lvnched two murder
rs in Nebraska and then roasted their
bodies, have been tried and sentenced
to imprisonment for life. -
At. Richmond. Va Thursday, the
jury in the case of Angelo Baccagalup-
nn. on trial ior acrempung w ixjuiuci
his wife, returned a verdict of guilty
and he was sentenced to eight years in
Ex-Congressman Rainey of South,
Carolina, was Wednesday tendered oy
Secretary Sherman the position of as
sistant appointment clerk of the treas
ure deoartment. inasmucn as ne nu
miru auuiwramp ml luc uo uj i
nartment.he declined the smaller 01
flee with a good deal of indignation.
The execution of Hezekiah Shaffer,
the wife-murderer at ChamDersourg,
Pa Thursday,1 was attended by circum
stances of peculiar horror. The crimi
nal was so weak that he could not walk
but had to borne be to the scaffold ' in a
blanket. He had, from the first, pro
tested his innocence, and when asked
on the gallows if he had anything to
sav,-he-merely shook his head. The
arop ten ano me (lemauus 01 me ittw
On Monday, the 14th insbint,jibout
11 o'clock a. m, about one mile from
Bentonville, Varren county, Va Jas.
Foster, about sixty years of age, was
shot through the head with a load 01
buckshot as Jie.was riding along tne
road. The assassin was concealed in a
blind, about .thirty vards from the road.
As Foster had money on his person and
his pockets were not rifled, malice is
supposed to MVs leen the motive ach;
ating the murder. !
The 'coroner's' mqriest5 in the West
Baltimore shooting case has resulted in
asimplejn.dingby the jury that Isaac
D. James Catne to hw death by a pistol
shot from the hands or Uenwood ts.
Hinds, and that the younger Hinds
was accessory to the shooting. This
erdict sends the matter, to the grand
1 'A. - 1 1 1 1 A 1 A 1 11. 11..
jury, auu it is iiKety - uuti lkjlii nie
biothers will be indicted and tried in
the criminal court.
Last Mondav.. nieht a ,jneflrrO 'hamt d
James CaHoB,; Vkilateii the person of a
mrs. lnomas ai .uicKsvuie, mu at
tacking her alone in her house and
brandishing a knife over 1 er head to
keep her quiet; Thursday, Carroll was
arrested and was started to Licksville
in charge of officers, i When the train
reached Washington Junction, fifteen
or twenty masked jmen boarded it and
after a desperate struggle succeeded in
avercominff: the euardL The prisoner
wa4; arafeged fifom ; the j train, hi rop!
thrown over his head, and he was pull
ed across a neid about one hundred
yards to the nearest tree and hanged.
The whole proceeding occupied Dut
thirty minutes, the maskers riding si
lently away after .CarrolLhad been pro
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
A party killed 289 doves in a rice field s
There is a negro woman living in
Colleton countv who is fortv-six years
;plLad is the. mother; of twenty-six
children, the eldest 01 whom is now
Camden Journal: About 12 o'clock
last Monday night Policeman Barfiejd
heard a rattling of broken glass, and on
looking around to ascertain the cause
of it, found a guinea fowl safely caged.,
inside 01 tne glass trame that protects
The State treasurer and the clerks in
his office have been overwhelmed since !
Wednesday with applications for the
this "accouiit Thursday "morning knd
tne wprK nas scarcely p
The effort to enlist the colored people
of South Carolina in the Kansas emi
mtldri scheme seems to be a flat fail-
Tirft. thft Tnigfnrt.nnoa aftAnrlingthoii. T.i-
uenan movtupeiu .uaying maae tnem
chary of ffefifgf wtfrfis&eines, and most
of them nave settled down to spend
tneir lives in tneir native iana.f y ,r :
Charleston News and Courier, Fri-i
day: Ha.HcfQESftdg9iPressley, sitting
at chambers yesterdaymorning, in the
asfe of Livingston" viflitt'et al, from
pnwexto dissolyiei ana inrnnetion
made by inW&'mVfbOMM alus-
Jace of the SuprejneCourtTlii"Jiis ab-
sence from his cxcuttTH:j .-jr
Waljkerboro experieasced a terrific tow
nado Wednesday evening. More than
one burred buildings including chur-
fflMaQk WWfl.sixpeen persons
Ana great unuiaberjwoiirjdfirt.
on the , ypnhagtejnBailrnad. the
same evemngTau theTmildinra Trtpnt
ipenss3Staamiept wrS1bfown down:
one perecnr Wasllexl -"atid'a number
er! ism f
Tften BaitrCf a orr-
rrup, by fJlevlAHflt
nfktops Uie crylnjt
cboloe ol either the American plan 82.50 to $8.00
or the European plan 81.00 per day, and nnwar
Svff, restaurant .attached to the
glTlng the traveler more, for the.
the Grand jPentrl.. Hotel, New
same monAv t
York, than elsewhere. '
1 Yes. woman hiu iu nm nnTit n v.ni
Yes. woman tins m evwwi vrv f v.i.i. ,
,V,r vT " j v ro.r, . "t wuy auner bo 10111
r wimm-Tonr reach. Try Br
m,u rcuiaic nesunuor. Woman's Host Vr
r"!'v" '"e"jwt neaiin ana trenerth fuiiv
sSfiiSvif11 i" for a circular, an
-"vruvrDiiui cures u nas maae
- - :, - - -
. , . . : 4 tmwpWi Cf red, r -
nM hvsletanf itWtibfrch practice, having ,
bad placed In tm nanus vr an-nasi inaia mission
ary the foonutaff inglervege table nmednsN
Cue apeediand fcernmnerrfcure for jsonsumpUon.
DroncBltlsT catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lime affections, also a posture ana raaiau cure tor
.en-pas debility nu au nervous, umpuuBis,uec
as oi ca
cases, has felt It $ia dutf. to'make it
irnAwn to Mi Sviffertne fellows. . .Actuated bythto
Sherar, 149 Powers',
tottdifcWttffl'lottWi'of mBt dSfleafces-. iron
DYSENTERY, ftlLlOUS FEvSl,AGllE AMD f EVER,
- JAUNDICE fHJESi RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM-
with-aDuIl aenaationin the back part.Pam ;
to the tight aide and tmder the ahoulder- :. , ,;.
liiiatlbn'to exsrtion of body oixnind, Irri- -l
HhilitT of temrjer. Low apiriu, Loss of ' ''
' nemory,with afeeltog of having neglected?;; -i
I .Borne duty, General wearineaa; Dinaneea -'
jTlnttering at the Heart, Jota ere the , ,
jy',lTelloy Skin, :HaadWeneyalty ' ;
OTegthjarigbteyey'Begtteasjaeaa at night 1
With fitful dreania, highly oolored.TJrine'. '
XTfHESEWAllKIjr08 ABE UNHjiiD,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SQON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adaptif uch
1 r J itr IV JI1I N
IWiT V I liEV
are compoanded from nbtanc thit are
- - free f torn y proper ilea tkai enn Inj :i r e
the moat delicate organization. They
freu-ok, Clean M, Pviry,'aad 1 nviirorat
tbe entire (System. By relie-vlns the en
nriel Llrer, they cleanse the blood
from polaoaeaa humors, and thus impart
health and vitality to tbe body, causing
the bowels to act natnrally, without .
. -wlichnaoae coi ftel xvplU t
r . iTk .1 I 7i .1
Ich nqote cau l)
Sr. TTJTT : De&r Sir : For ton years I h vs bea
s surtrr to xiyapepua, Uonsupation and rues.' unit
SDrins roar PiUs were recommended to me :
I used :
tnem ( bat with little rwtb ).
I am now & well mnn. -
Iut good appetite, digestion perfect, re3ulr stouls
piles gone, and I hare gained forty pounds solid flea it. !
nt in cola.
Key. R. L. SIMPSON louisville. Ky.
Their first effect is to Increase the Apit!'r,
and cause the body te Taks eu Flesh, tuur :;
STStemisnaiavtshed, and by their Tonic Ar
tiaa on the Diarestive Oraans, Ueaulnr
Stvala are produced.
i r uivwnnn
ii ii n nni iiuuui
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:-
Few disaea eziat that cannot b relieyed by r.
storina the liver to its normal functions, and for
this purpose no remsdj hs ever been invented ttw
has ss happy an effect as TUTTS PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE PRICE 25 CENTS.
Office 85 Msrray Street, New York.
fW Dr. TUTTTi MANCAX. pf Vsjnable Infor
mation and Ueefol isceiats f tvjll be mriied fret
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gbat BaTB OB Whiskkbs chanced to a Glosst
Black by a ainsle application of tnU Dye. It im
parts a Natural Color, acta Instantaneously, and is
ss Harmless as sprine water. Sold by DrasgisU, ,r
ssnt by exoress on receipt of 9L
Office, 35 Murray St., New York:
apr 1-ly. , 1
. Celebrated American
"v. : .,or:
' 1 ssi.s i i -s-r-i-'k'll
SYMEJOMS -OF WOBMSL
THEjconterince i pale and lead
en-colored, with occasional flushes,",
or a circumscribed spot on dne or hpth C
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the;
pupils dilate; an azure semicircle lk,
runs along the lower eye-lid ; the, -.
nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes,
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip;,
occasional headache, with humming );
or throbbing of the ears ; an unusual , !
secretion of saliva; slimy or furred
tongue; breath very foul, particularly
in the morning ; appetite variable,
sometimes voracious, with a gnawing
sensation of the stomach, at others,
' 1 'CTtirely -gtSrie i " fleeting pains in the
, Stomach,; . occasional nausea and vom
iting violent .pains throughout the 1
1 'abdomeflti " bowels irregular, at times
Kv-ostivc stools slimy, not unfretjtient-,
ly tinged with blood,; belly swollen
and hard ; unne turbid ; respiration
loccasionally ; difficult, and ''accptnpa
! hied by hictough . .gough, sometimes
dry and convulsive ; uneasy and dis
elirttTr-TrHiioTne" onhe1 !
teeth ; temper variable, oat genewtlly
. ! .WHesWef 1 the abov symptoms
-. are .found to exist,
, . . willxerinly .effect a, 9ure,;
r ',; it betes ytt. cotXIn. mercxtrv .
' in any form j it is an innocent prepa- ,
injury to me most tenaer mjant.
The genuine Dr, McLane's Ver- ',
, mieuge . bears tiiQ, signatures of C,
!i ClJKEandi Fleming IJros. on. the
. wrapper,' iS--jo: 'j';';'-;' .
' : ? d t . ; - ' . .
itny- iu-. ni'-!!!'-. wai!;w! mmu m
H are. not Hrecommendea as x jernedior ;
i l0(-tlie'illl.4hiflesh;hr: in;M
affections of the liver,' and in all Bilious -; ;
Complaintv Dyspepsia, and Sick Head- j
acne, or diseases pi that character, tbey .
;V4;i r...S?-' .Ti.uii. ii nrti ifsssi n "i. i;
No better cathartic can be "used prepar-,V
atory.-Wif or after takung Routine,
As a simnle Dure-ative thev are
1U '.' J"! t
BswAfeE of nrTATio3r;,I
j .. The Pennine are never snrat coated
Each box has a red Wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Da. McLane's .
Liver Pitts.a" ' ' "
' -I Each wrapper bears thetsignatures' of
' C. McLane and FtMiwoBROS.
Insist ttpph having:" the . genuine ! forJi
" C. McIE'sXiVERPiUVprepared by
Fleming -Bros.', of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
a market beine full :6f. imitations; of , the
ji AW McLane, spelled differently but ,
same pronunciation. ; : 1 . '
; - X sure cure tor nervous debflttyt prematura de
eay, exhaustion, etc. - The only reliable cure, j Cir
cular mailed nee. - Address J. K. RKKVE3. 43
Chatham street N. T.
addressing with stamp, najninz uus paper, w. w.-
oc;, Jiocester, ew xpn,
f f 'The; iwjld;ldTentare8' and ''Wumphs" of i
. nm'.H'i r 'M i!Ji w. -v.-"is.t -Ut. m : '' .
Tola niy aiiflienadalid Copyrighted ! cheap edition
to seUlMf aater thaa ahr other book to i America.
OiTOaaruU ( history ofhta , . V Down- the Conge."
-IGKSTS. -WjSiMDtf H lror J tan ' bartlculars and
4 . n fill, T Ut XIU1 uaiuvwnin auu
ft "( iifi
634572 ttaperb Eagusb Book AT OUB PRICE.
New. AmericmBooKs AT YOUB PRICE.
.na-nand hooks at ah x rtuu-
xytQenerax Liierature Free.
; ' : . .'t j -.ii
3 Seekmufr.ptnear: JJeyPorQfflce, NewQrfc,
'.t iU. J'uj. ..itMiyjutM ''uj
Parson's Purgative Pills make new Rich Blood.'
and will ooinpletaiy change the blood tn the entire
879tenia ttneraontha.t Any pereon who will take
-Baililwlehtfromlto 12 weeks maybe rr
storeito pound tiealUi.iilauch a thing be possible:
Sent OT nail lor X : Jr utamna. L & JOHNSON
itCiOi. Bangor, Me.
thJ M'fi r.l fe--fMi.n i
Is for lamenees ea weafc&esa et the back, Eheuroa
tismand aU HalahM anapamattkehest reme
dy known,; Jft waatoTentodto ovewonie the low
action oi the ortuaarT-PorenB: Piasters, i It relieves
Daln at oaeft, and- hhm wiiiwrt othag :TtanteH-will
not even reliefer Sold .eterV where hy iDrulgts,
The Boureeolse arid Minion troe on which this
aper was latetr nrinted-, Iiwas made ftyi .the old
ohnson troe fonndry. oi :,PhUadelohia.4nd wa&
hot discarded because ,nft longe Ok lor nsejout on
ly because it became,!n6cessary. ; to , uee a different
style oi type. Itwnl do good service lor 'several
years tq come.- itwiu be sold in lots to sul
enasers, ana in ionu oi ou to i.uuuids, with or
7 Charlotte. N. C
city Property for sals. ;
Any nerson deslrbur to -Dorchase a wall Imnmvnd
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine wellef water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes waUtetrthe public square, can be ac-
commoaaiea oy applying at - : - , -
- deci8 " ;'.:v this office,
JOTICE OF SFJZCEE.
rj. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,'' 1
Collector's Office, 6th district North Carolina,
, StatesvUJe,N. C, AprJL3d, J$79. i
Seized TortloIaUon of Internal-'Revenue Law&
on AprMiBiw: .(,.,.;.. ,
Two Muws. One wagon and Harness and 24
boxes Manufactured Tobacco, the property of T.
, Notloe la hereby given to the owner or claimants
of, the above described property to appear;before
meat my office in Statesville, and make claim
there before tt erprratlon of thirty days from
date hereof, -or the. same will be forfeited to .the
united states. s , , , . , . j, j. MOTT, .
J. G. Young, Collector
apr4 8t inSOdys
JOTICX OF SEIZURE.
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina,
. !);State8vma,N.C., April 2nd, 187ft
8el2ejrrrWoliJam of Internal Bevenue Laws,
on April 1st 1871 8 boxes Tobacco, bwner un
known: 4 boxes Tobacco, the property of E. Fos
ter; a.uuu cigars, we property ox K. 3L juairnej
onehalf barrel of Whiskey, owner unknown.
iNetice Is hereby gl?en to the owner or claimants
of thaabove described property to appear before
meat my omoe in iaie8iue, ana make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof; or the - same will be forfeited to the
united states. j. j, MOTT,
J. G. Young, Collector.
apr2 3t in30dys
3 Car Loads--1 ,320 Bushels
CHOICE BOLTED MEAL
M. MILLER & SONS.
HE BEST STOCK OF
- GROCERIES an
In thefcity, at
TF YOU WISH to eneaee In an honest eenteel
J. ' business, and make blenry of money during
1 H E D M A T I S
. : oa'Gotrr ; ' ''
;A.CU T.I OR. CHRONIC-
,A L I C Y: L I C
Manufactured only under .the above Trade-Mark
s ':-: :;i ..pythe::1 .
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO., '
: ii PABBATO LEIPZIG, y '
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used, by all celebrated
physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless-, 'and 'Reliable Remedy on both
conttnenta. The Highest ' Medical 'Aeadejny of
Paris report 96 eures out of 100 cases wniinlhree
days. Secret The only, dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which fexlsta in the Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Paaenta.-;$1JD0 it Tiox, ft boxes for
So 00. Sent to any address on" receipt of price.
Endorsed by physlcUuiaj SoM by all druggists, i Ad
dress f .- i WASHBURNB TCa;
novl: Only Importers' Depot. 23CHfl-stN.Y. .
For sale by J. B McADEN, Druggists, :
febl8-ly. " ' ' '' Charlotte, N. C
THESCTENTIFiC'AMEKICAN.: , V! ;! .; !
: !!,! it, vr' trt r.;- :v-: : fUttrrt , ;
' THT8TT-F0DBTH rXAB. S ' , .
, The mpst ppg the.Worid.
'i.i; fi :di-so 'S ;
Only S&j6 a year," fncluding postag&i 'Weekly, 52
' I ; ilt-t. UiL, tSti ,- 1 t 1 OUT tC; '.
i.-.-'.i -;:'. ..r .' ii t-fi-:if..'i. - ;
Tbei Scraimno Akmicah is a large firsfrclass
Weekly Newspaper of sixteen pages, printed f the
meat beautiful style, n profuselyu iltastrated: th
splendid engravings,; representing the newest in
ventions and the most recent advances in the Arts
and Sciences; including New and Interesting Faeta
in Agriculture,' Horticulture, the Home, Health,
Medical Progress, Social Science, Natural History,
Geology, Astronomy The most valuable practical
papers, by eminent writers In ail departments of
Science, will be found in the Hdentinc American.
, ; ; Terms, $3.20 per rear; $1.60 half year.whica in
cludes postage. Discount to agents, single copies,
ten cents. Sold by all Newsdealers. Remit by poe
tal order to MUNN 4 Cn. Publlsherav a. Parte
BowNewYork - . .,hh':
-., PATENTS In" connection . with the Scientific
: American, Messrs. Munn Co.. Solicitors of
American and Foreign Patents, have had 84 years
experience, and now nave the largest establish
ment in the world. Patents are obtained on tbe
best terms. A special notice Is made in the Scien
tific American of -all inventions patented through
thjs Agency, with the name and residence of the
Patentee. By the immense circulation thus given,
public attention Is directed to the merits of the
new patent, and sales or introduction often easily
effected. -4 v t i v.--v-xt-i -v-frr . - .- -s
Any person who has made a new discovery or
Invention, can ascertain, free of charge, whether a
patent can crobablr be obtained, dt writing to t,h
L undersigned. We also send free our handbook
about the Patent Laws, Patents, Caveats; Trade
Marks, their costs, and hot nraciired. with hints
J for procuring advances on inventions.. .Address for
me paper, or concerning patents. r
' MUNN & 0087 Park Row, New York. '
Braneh Office, cor. F. & 7th Sts., Washington, D. C,
ROCEBEES .CHEAPER THAN EVER.
1 " -
untw GOODS '
" - ,',IJL t
Come to me for Bacon. Com. Suear.' Coffee; Mo
lasses, and other Family Groceries. '
just reeeiveOra lew parreis oi joerry jroners uua
ylecounty , u ( v
BEST RYE , WHISK EY.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell for cash.
, All goeda delivered hi the city tree of charge. ,
W. H. CRIMMINGER,
, Trade Street;: -Next
door below "Wilson A Brack's old stand.
.aplS,;: . , ;..i-;; s'
. TO CALL t AND
E X AM IN E
: The splendid line of ,
. ., VIZ: , . '
Autumn Clustef, Stuffed Mangoes, Tiny Tims
Also the finest line of
C R A CK E R S
Ever seen in Charlotte, at
' ; LeROY DAVIDSON.
Remember, this Is the only first class stock of-
inrthingyon' wantr-m Groceries can be
FA M IL IE S
TRY OUR CELEBRATED
FLOUR EVER SOLD
ON THIS MARKET. WE GUARANTEE IT.
R. M. MILLER & SONS .
n. G. MAXWELL.
"T AXWELL & HARRISO
M it- J. i ' s . - i - ' -I " 1 . !
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of . ,
MERCHANBISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;
Will give strict personal '
attention to all business entrusted to our care. i;l
Four doors above Charlotte Hotel. '
dec3 ' .
JOSEPH FJSCHESSERr Phopbutor,.
- i ..AND..'., j ' ' ,
WINES & LIQUORS,
, ' Afid the best brands of Cigars.
Agent for Fred Lhuer's celebrated Reading Beer.
Keeps fresh bottled Beer on hand from Bergner &
Engel. Philadelphia. Sold by the dozen at a rea
sonable price. 'All my customers can be furnished
atiorheimhlhelMst Beerta towa- ! r n; i
i ' f ' 'it i . ) i .
! ALSO"A FINE '
Ai.XAClU Wti -
-J' Tryoh Street,' bpposW Charlotte BoteL' i 1
, Bottled lager Beer,
i ' ALE AND PORTER, ' i
Is corner Trade and Boundary AvenueT Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
dozen. " ,
rf - . y.C MUNZLER. i
AH orders left at John Vogel'a tailor shop will re-
celve prompt attention. . IT D ft,',
' v ' ' ? - i. . .?y 1 ? 1 " ' "
-.1 rtafirft ui3if tilfO tetii
V T .......... . r(... ,
4 ' ' HI 1 '
1 4,Y--f 'I!
In connection with the publication of The Ob-
SKBvkri, and the establishment of one of the larg
est, most complete, and most thoroughly equipped;
JOB PRINTING HOUSES
In the South, the proprietor has Just added a com-.
Ruling: Depteent ,
Capable of executing the verv 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 this class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of j
. . . . it. : . n . : ; ,' ' :
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATE3 and POSTERS printed here In as attractive
a manner as In New York. ; '
We have a very.ujl supply of type for printing,
at sriotf ratice and nf flfst'blass sift,1 'Si -e:
,. - -., , . -
i BRIEFS FOR THE SUPREME COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presmtlng their argo-
' ' '
tnents in good shape win do well to give ns' trial.
We have the most-accurate proof-readers, and oar,
work is' as free' from defects as it Is possible to
. '. . .
make tt. ,
)'!' . ' ; ! ' . ; 'i T'' '
Order Books, . . ;
Circulars, , .
i-.-;-. : ' Envelopes, ' ' ! ''
. Handbills,, ... , , t .
Receipt Books, t
Business Cards, '
.! ..Programmes j
-Magistrates' khd1 ! ;
!.' ..! if !" Court Blanks.
Infact;all klhdsef printing done' at short notice.
' -"in, I ," ilMit'- t j
i Special attention given tq BaJIroad Printing. -1
BObK WORK. ;
t hit t 'it,-
;. .! ,,.- i . t .. . , .. . . : , ; -
'-Bavlng a larger supply of type than most Job est!
tabllshments, BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty with us. ' - , ? ?
W SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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Address1 'r f-
P.O. Box 182.
TltE OBSERVER; ; ;
Charlotte; N. CL
Qi;S:.A.P ;A;l I s
114. . M1
lucuuiijr, ana au , diseases arislni? frn
impure condition of theblood ra aft
Tho mAsittar' A n.n li
are so well known that i ".ition
auv auciiw ut ui NWHinfln a s-.
but necessary to remind 5,iE " Is
VVWisT III JflJHmva bnAt
family necessities. jT-1 ,uc" BW oi
Certificates can ha
leading Physicians, MmSterslu ZVnJ.
iannues mrouenoat th fin.ith .rrr1
the hhthest terms th vi.Tih Siur.'urr'nK m
dalts. - -r- oi Kosa-
lr5fRH CARR,of Baltimore WT,
" he has used it iu camm nt A.f.,i . i
er diseases with much satisfaction?" h"
DR. T. C. PUGH. of Battimor
REV. DABNEY BjILT nf b,...
M. E. Conference South, aayV to hatbeen
much benefitted by its use that he chewfnik
recommends- it to all his Weuds and .
TRnfEN--CO.; Dmgglsts, at Gordiie
rtWaA-say it never haT failed to ?
SAMUEL G. McFADDEN, Murfreeshnm
Tennessee, says it cured him i ?.b?ro-
ttsm when all else failed "cUma-
:RosadalLs is not a secret quack nnna
donate ingredients are pubflsbed Ren
pactage.i fehow it to your physician Ttl
11 you it is composed of the strong,,
Ives that exist, and i n Jt "P1
blood purifier. Did our .5t."ent
teould give yon testimonials fro -SEM
to thA South and from persons knnu'n Zr
ieiyirjan, woman and child, either person.!'
: lly or by reputation. v
Reeadalls Is sold by all Druggists.
I JOHN W. HENRY, CTJRRAN & CO..
r. t 4 8tCQyege Place,
Fof Sale by L. R. WRI8TON & CO.. Di
SMITH'S WORM OIL.
!, Atgs&b QjL, December g, 187S.
toA few nights since I gave my son one dose of the
Worm .Oil, and the next day he passed sixteen
ktrgejworms. At the jsamettme I gave one to mv
Utile grfU four years old, and she passed eighty-six
worms from four te fifteen inches long.
!- -. - w. Ohillips.
Price 25 cents. - feb21dwly.
Is a perfeet BEOon Pdtmxm, and is tbe
only purely Vegetable remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cures of SyfhtxjS' and Bcsqfvla. in all their
It UibTCfnriilj' removes mercury from the
system; it' relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily eures all skin dta-
Sold by druggists generally.
KORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS OFNO VAST.
Date, Nov. i6,' '7
I No. 8
; i Greensboro,
Arrive Golds boro,
3 00 pm
8.65 pm j
N0. 2-ronhects at Salfsbuij with W.N.C.R.B. for
all pointeln .Western NorthCarolina, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro withR. tc D. R, B. for all
points North East and West XX. Goldsboro w1tti
W. tor Wtantngton- i
Na4-Connecteati fireenaboM with B.4D.H.
B. foraUpobite North East And West.
: : - i - . : i i i ...
" " Ralefeh;
8.28 p mil
11 i I ' I H ' !
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with 0,C.A.B.B.foraU
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
with A. & C. A. L. RaUqoad fof all points South and
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. B. B.
daily except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with
A.4C.A. L. for all points -South and South-west
At Charlotte with C., C. Av - Railroad for all
points South and South-west
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem,? . T " " 10.50pi
Leave Salem, . . f ," " 5.45 am
Arrive Greensboro, 7.45 am
Connecting at Greensboro with trains on the K. &
D. and N. C. Railroads.
. .; . SLKKPINO CABS VTTIHODT CHANOB
Run both ways on Trains Nes. 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, BaleieB;
GoldsbOiOi Salisbury and Charlotte, and at ai
principal points South, South-west West, Norm
and East For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan
sas and Texas, address
, i , yen. passenger
, CBABIXnTK, COLOKBU AND AVV8TA B. R;,
On and arte Sundayrl)eo. 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing: passenger L schedule, wlU be. run over tw
ro(,ashjngto Jftojej .,
I '. Ss hug iNIGHT EXPRESS.
'1. ' . iMdvl.tKWJtU OWVTM, rl. A.
Leave Charlotte t U.
Leave Columbia . .,..v... .
Arrive, Augusta. .... . i .......
.Ii? . flOw.T'GOrKftNOBTH, No. 2.
Arrive Columbia.......-..-- -
. 1 00 A. x
. 0 00 A.H
, 05 A.K
5 55 p.
10 00 p-
10 10 p-
Goiko South. No. 3.
11 27 a.
4 10 p -4
8 30 r..
. 1 30 r.
H 30 P
, r, 4 , : J : Goiso Nobth, Na 4.
hese train stop only at Fort Mill,
Winnsboro, Ridge way, Leesvuifuie-
burg, Ridge Sprtni
jonsion, xreuwii oi'"" m
vine.' All other si
nfnHAtia ti t 't
will be recognized as n
Pullman Paiacy sleeping and drawing-room';
nn Kna 1 nnrl 9. Rmflnaboro to AugUSU, Si"
pnab. n snri a Kaw Vortr to Savannah, via
mond ts ueorgia uenrau Kaiuvou.
" w rf ", T t. KLINE, Superintendent
,'!Ii a cMnsno, 0. P. Agent.
rGoltre' Consn rhnHnn v .
.iwuuiliu. nrniw Mix? a
, ;. j iT3 xq