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CHAS. E. J0SE8,
Editor ud Proprietor
"Free from the doting sciuplifcthat tetu r our
free-born reason' t t
TUESDAY, APRIL 22.1879. i.
"EXPOSTULATING WITH M Ri BENWBIK8.f
The following Very striking editorial
article appeared in the Louisville Cvur
rier-Junai one day lasfrweek sIfe ha&
somewhat the ring of a semi-officiajl ut
terance, and it is in all respects sucha
paragraph as must command attention :
Governor Hendricks makes a very
great mistake. It is a mistake, too,
which is unworthy of his abilities and
his character. He ought to know that
as a nominee for President in 1880 he
ia nnt a nmsibilitv. His route to the
White House can only be blazed by Mr.
Tilden. Nothing is, nothing can be,
surer than this. Governor Hendricks
is our neighbor. His friends are" oujc
frfftnds. In services and in talents he
ia th Tier of the best. Under other
rtitions we should eladlv support
Kim for t.hfl first nlaee in the eift Of the
nation. But. as matters stand, he, of
all man. has least showjfrlf the old
ticket is not nominated, the party will go
elsewhere for a candidate. The nomi
nation of Governor Hendricks over
Mr. Tilden's head would in effect be to
diserrace Mr. Tilden. It would be say
incr that Governor Hendricks had done
something which Mr. Tilden ought to
have done. In nolnt of fact this would
not be true : and. in point of policy, the
nartv could never be broueht to perpe-
. trate such a blunder. We do not, of
course, understand Governor Hen
dricks to declare that he will not run
lor Vice-President. He merely puts
himself forward as an aspirant for the
first Dlace. It is this which : constitutes
his errorJVIen in their-, places are the
men who stand, and, in the long run
he stands highest ' who bes tr compre
hends his order. The old -ticket is an
idea, an issue. ' Alone. Governor Hen
dricks is just one man, an able man; a
good man, a deserving man, but repre
senting only a personality. He ought
to see thif I It wonldiSave him world
of troubli tad disappointment, and (re
lieve hisl jarty aid his country from
embarriisMnenfc ft " - - t
The nail is here hit squarely on the
head. The next national Democratic
ticket may not read: Tilden and Hen
dricks, but it certainly will not read:
Hendricks and somebody else. Mr.
Hendricks cannot be nominated for
the first place on the ticket over Mr.
Tilden's head, for the reasons set forth
in tin ekar-tttv-ftefltentions awl-vigor
ous paragraph above. For all that the
article is said to h'ave -caused great an
noyance to the" anti-Tilden Democrats
in New Yorkvvw ho are supposed to
have their eyes4 m Mr. Hendricks for
the first pl&cfeuyi.thjj ticket -
MR. STEELEDHE RECOXSTRUCTlON
DAYS IVAURTH CAROLOA.
BA YARITANWEW BlttS!
f That was a very palpable hit which
Senator Randolph, of New J ersey, made
in his discussion of thf army bill .in the
Senate last Friday, when he toicuoi pie
interview between Mmsetf d&ndvIesi-
dent Grant in 1876, when' he went to
the President with a request from Gov.
Hampton that the troops be removed
from the South Carolina State house.
As the Philadelphia Times, an indc-
DcllalUi xvaiiuuipus iciuiuiawuvo vx
Pesident iGrantr-is pertinent to .-the
issue mow? vncier cuiisiueu.u ux wid
Senate and: timely In view or. tnepres
ent reviving affection of Republicans
towards the old regime of military
methods. The incident was one renew
ing no credit upon General Grant and
one that he will scarcely wish recalled
should he enter another campaign ior
the presidency. Such contempt for ju
dicial decisions ana sucn discourtesy
towards a State executive respectfully
asserting the principle of local self -gov
ernment xn its mildest iorm is nappuy
without parallel in our history, and the
people will not be quick to invite a repe
tition of the offense by committing the
country further to the sanction of mili
tary interference in, elections. This
story of Senator Randolph's will be
heard of again.
So much of Senator Randolph's re
marks as are related to the matter un
der discussion are printed on the out
side of this morning's Observer.
Circumstantial Evidence. In its
issue Of Thursday last, the Washington
Republican used a very offensive epi
thet in connection with the name of
Acklen, the much abused young con
gressman from Louisiana. Thursday
Mr. Acklen toiled up the steps to the
editorial room of the Republican, and
"Friday .that paper recanted what it
had said of Mr. Acklen, at the same
time blaming the whole business on a
news editor. The circumstance of Mr.
Acklen's little pilgrimage up the steps,
and ithat of the recantation in next
day's paper, can hardly be called a coin
cidence because it isn't a coincidence;
but they form a case of circumstantial
evidence about which even a Southern
jury that had taken the test oath could
hardly have two opinions.
ONE iN Tllfi 8EXATF, rCTIlEa L THE
Bavard and Maxey W i he l
Uiiprtcede&ted Number 6f:Kefo
Measures in the Lower House. :
Learning Wisdom, &c. A Tilden
club at Ocean Springs, Miss is alluded
to by the Vicksburg Herald as a club
"to turn the State over to the Republi
cans next year," and commenting upon
this, a Republican journal says: "It is
well to put these casual ante-nomination
growls on record. They will be
serviceable as sauce for the dish of
crow now in preparation for their au
thors." This last quotation is recommended
to the consideration of our party friends.
We may sometimes learn wisdom from
Mr. Steele has made his speech on the
legislative appropriation-; bill. It.; was
delivered in the House last Saturday
afternoon, and seems to have produced
a marked impression. The Record con
taining it has not yet reached us, but
we notice very complimentary refer
ences to it in several newspapers. ; The
following, telegraphed from Washing
ton to the .Richmond Ivtpatchi and
dated Saturday niglrt, is Jthe first that
catches our eye :
At ten minutes to 4 o'clock Mr.
Steele, of North Carolina, proceeded to
reply to a speech made by Mr. Frye,
and the member from Maine, 'inter
rupting, said he took back what he then
said viz., that North Carolina w$s not
chargeable with the outrages that had
marked the conduct of the Democrats
in other Southern States, for he had
since ascertained that she had as many
moonshiners and kuklux as the rest of
them, and if he were given fifteen
minutes he would prove it Mr. Steele,
raising his hands, said: "Angels and
ministers of grace, defend us rand his
manner, as well as wha; he said, made
the House roar. He gave a history of
the carpet-bag rule in his State, Hvhich
was listcn3d to with attention by every
body, and when' interrupted got the
laugh invariably, upon the Republican
who undertook to question hin. He
told under what wrongs' the people
suffered when they resorted to the
kuklux, and cited recent instances of
lynch law to show that this manner of
redressing outrages is resorted tp under
great, provocation even now in States
north of the Potomac. He told the
story of the rule 55f ignorant partisan
judges in North Carolina, with Iwhom
injustice was the: rule and righteous
decision the . exception, and said ' the
wonder was1 that the' people endured
them so long and sn patiently, -He also
touched . upon - the! hpoto pxodha. und
said the North would get tired of it. -Tiie-
speech wasii cpttarone,a9d MrrSteele
was congrauuaie.a atip close. 1 r '
And the following appears! in the
Washington Gazette, of Sunday : j
Mr. Trice of IowW eotitinued his
speech and was followed bv
Mr.f Steele &kNdrth i Carolina who
took for his text the following quota-
won: .. j
"From many pa ancient river,
Froa teeny b sunn jtUto, ; i
f Tney are fnarcbtag to dlstclvcr
The links In erery chain" r
and proceeded to assail the Republican
positions in; a manner which provoked
T he State Debt Proposition Accepted
Jury in the Poinaexter Case
Richmond, April 21. The council of
foreign bondholders, through their
--r 1 - . A 1 . .-. : il .1 ft . ,
Ilolliday of their acceptance of the
plan of settlement of the Virginia debt
as provided in the bill recently passed
by the uenerai AssemDiy. lneuetans
will pe arranged m a iew aays.
A iury was obtained to-day m the
Poindexter murder trial from the
veniremen brought irom Alexandria
and Fredericksburg. The jury is com
posed of six from each city.
The annual celebration bv the col
ored people of this city in honor of the
thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments, took place to-day, the
festivities consisting of a grand mili
tary and civil parade, oration and firing
of a national salute. 4The procession,
headed by a detachment of city police,
embraced four military companies,
thirty benevolent societies, seven bands
of music, a triumphal car, with thirty
eight girls dressed in white, and a
large, number of carriages. The day
was observed by tne colored people as a
general holiday. Everything passed
off orderly and creditably.
Imposing Catholic Demonstration
ASOTHEft 11BEL OS
Tiie income tax and paralysis busi
ness having become stale, Mr. Tilden is
the victim of another falsehood. Cer
tain relatives of tliat gentleman are in
the manufacture of ipatent medicines,
with their headquarters; at, Xehanon
New York. -Withm th$ast few days
the NewQrkrTo'&wie Is out with a
story thafMriiaetilaargeiy ,4nter-
ested in the firm, and that a lot of ..its
goods have been - seized atf various
points, because the bottles and boxes
r failed to ont4ia the requisite!' revenue
stamps, with the exception of fa few on
the top layer 4a each . package. Now,
notwithstandiiijr Go. Tilden takl t a
; Ifew York Sua reporter that he has not
with the firm ; of Tilden & Coi; and nbt-
wiunsianomg liiden & Co, in a card
over their ! signattite make the game
statement, the e cwjll igo.on the wings
o: tnewina ana "wnrfeactt" the four
ids of the United States before the
truth;. lairiy gets -its boots on : and it
' will be taken up by the Republican
press and iterated , and reiterated bv
inese ; genuemaniy - journals, all ob
. livious of the fact that it met with the
' lie direct before it was cold, i z- i;r
,.-....-. i ' ...u .m'.- T'-'-A
aii vurkj nvavs oi . . on sort and
another, point very strongly to the fact
that Gov, Tilden is regarded by the .Re
, , puJDijcara as about we most dansrerons
1 man in the Democratic party, and that
be is one or tne best leared arid best
. hated, men m the country.;
Rome, April 21. There Was a great
Catholic demonstration and display of
sacred relics yesterday in honor of the
Virgin Mary, as a protest against the
alleged sacriligious teachings of the
Protestant minister Dr Ribetti, who had
posted hand bills announcing a dis
course entitled "(ilory to Uod Only.
The pilgrimages to the three great basi
licas of Santa Maria, Maggivre, Saint
John Latran, and Santa Croce, in
Gierusalemme, in response to special
rrivitation of the Cardinal Vicar, were
very numerous and enthusiastic, em
btacing all classes of society. Thei
demonstration is described as most im
posing m its proportions and solemnity.
Arraignment of Tammany by an ex-
NeW 'Yo'kk. Aprit- 21. Herbert O.
Thompson, county clerk, has written a
letter to Grand Sachem, . Augustus,
Scbell, in reply to an invitation to at
tend the election of Tammany Society
to-pight, that he and his friends will
not participate in the election for the
reason that Tammany Hall s attempts
to exclude , from participation in , the
councils ot the Jjemocratic; party forty
thousand Democratic voters of New
York, has lost its reputation, for.intel-
lgence and independence, and does not
permit fair elections, "Mr. Thompson
says that a bogus opposition ticket may
1 . i . it J c f , 1 1 ,
ue run, uul mai, it win ue oniy a snam
and not sustained by him or his friends.
Brief Forelgi Items
ROMk'April 21.-Gen. Garibaldi will
go to Albano, April 27. ' ,'" ' ' ' : -
jLiOndon, April 21 Mrs, Monstry.the
actress, is dead.
Phtlufpopolis; t April t2i.;-General
Stolipine has received 'instructions to
take I the necessary ; ineasutes to com
mence thex evucuation. of Roumelia ort
iahokev Apni.-2i;-uen.: .Roberts is
ready tp s start, on .a., march through
Shutargardan Pass . with two splendid
brigades with which he win W able td
occupy cabui, even unassisted by other
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; New Orleans. April 21-The State
constitutional convention "met to-day
and was f called to -order bv Governor
Nicholls. ': In a brief nddrpM h AllnHprt
to the responsibility, of the work which 'j
lay Dei ore tne convention, the pressing
needs of the State for competent ana
efficient legislation, and a cessation of
internal troubles with - which-she was
npw-afflicted. A.f ter i prayer by . Rev;
convention elected Xj,
A.TWiltz permanent ichairman and A.
v. Harns, of Painte Ecaupee, secretary,
After appointing committees the con
vention adjourned till tyvmorrow.
rJL l?d S rocks the cradle to the hand that
3$L2i&?J&' Symp 18 the best
ffifPjwntery. piarrhoea, summer Comtf alat.
,-',' i ""vvuc, ag. rrwe 2$ cento. -
Washington,- April 21.-Senate.
The Senate, shortly after meeting, re
sumed the consideration of s-the i army
appropriation bMls. f Bayard defended
on appropriation bill?, there being no
thing unusual in it. Hence the cry of
revofUHGii jwaa vusuuswinuai ana i Orn
ish, and one "which the people would
condemn. Bayard said the constitution
expressly provided that no army appro
priation should be made for more than
two years, in order to keep the exis-.
tence of the army in the hands of the
people's representatives. Before 1874
two-thirds of the legislation relating to
the army was placed on the army ap
propriation bills. To accompany a vote
of money for the army with directions
for its use was eminently proper, though
in general he conceded the impropriety
but not the unconstitutionality of at
taching extraneous legislation to appro
priation bills. To use troops at the polls
waa todestrdy thei'reedxJm of elections.
Force and freedom cannot co-exist.
Bayard having referred to the pres
ence of United States J troops in New
York city at the November election of
1870, Mr. iJiaine asxeu mm wny tie uia
not cite a case near by, where Buchan
an, in 1857, ordered out United States
marines In a municipal t election and.
seven citizens were killed Within a mile'
of the capitol.
Mr. Bayard said that he was citing
an instance nearer in time if not iu
place, and added: "Any man or party
infringing upon the liberty of the citi
zen will meet my condemnation now
and at all times." TAbDlause.l He
condemned alLactiontending .to refcardj
the advent of good feeling between the
sections, and concluded by, expressing
confidence that the people would sup
port the majority in their present legis
lation, which was in the direction of
justice and individual freedom.
Maxey followed. He said the consti
tution did not confer, on the United)
States governmentanthbrity to regulate
elections; inereiore 15 .jcoiua noi ueunr
constitutional to repeal or modify a law
allowing such action. The present law
interfered with the prerogatives of the
State government, which alone had
authority to protect its citizens in the
right of lawful assembly for any pur
pose whatever. Free government rests
upon a free ballot, and falls with it.
The Democratic, party could afford to
be condemned for acting on tins' prin
ciple. In reference to Blaine's remarks
about ex-Confederates becoming Sena
tors, Maxey said they were here by
right and did their duty, not stirring up
civil strife, but believed in and endeav
ored to hasten the era of .genuine
brotherhood. Blaine had also- alluded
to President Lincoln. Maxey said they
all accorded to Lincoln fairness of
thought and fearlessness in action.
His words,, "with malice toward none;
with charity for all, were adopted by
the South, which acted on conviction of
right and endeavored to build up the
waste places of the war and bring hack
prosperity to the whole country.
House. The business in the House
of Representatives to-day was confined
to the introduction of bills under the
call of States, the unprecedented num
ber at 1385 being offered, among which
were the following: To establish a tax
on incomes ; to abolish duty on quinine ;
to regulate the distribution of the bal
ance of the Geneva award ; to prevent
the payment of Southern war Claims;
to provide for the reimbursement of
loyal Southern citizens for? war losses;
to amend the pension laws ; to enforce
the eight hour law; numerous bills
favoring and opposing financial legisla
tion. By Whitthorne, authorizing the ap
pointment of a joint special committee
to inquire into the causes leading to the
removal of large bodies of citizens from
the Southern States to certain other
By Garfield, authorizing the Secretary
of War to furnish tents and rations to
destitute colored emigrants in Kansas,
and making an appropriatioiMrf &15JD0Q
for that purpose.
By Ellis, to, secure from loss deposi
tors in the ! Freedman's Saving and
Trust Company ; also, to aid in the con-
Btruction 01 a railroad between the
lower ports on the! Mississippi river to
the Pacific ocean ; also, providing for
ocean mail steamship service between
the United States and BraziL ' -
By Stephens, of Georgia, repealing
the existing tax on State banks and
equalizing the tax on legally chartered
banking institutions, whether State or
Federal ; also, to enable the importers
to use metric weights and measures;
also, authorizing the coinage of a new
metric gold coin for international tise,
to be known as the Stella ; also, appro
priating $100,000 for the erection of a
public building in Augusta
By Smith, of Georgia, for the relief of
By Felton, of Georgia, compelling
national banks to recognize and re
ceive the standard silver dollar as
equivalent in value to gold coin of the
country; also, repealing' the duty on
iquinine ; also, making the trade dollar
a legal tender; 1 '
By Gbode," of Virginia, to apply
the proceeds of the sale of public lands
to the education of the people; also, to
restrictthe'lmmigrattoir'of Chinese r
also, for the removal of. political disa-
Diiines ; aiso, reiunumg certain uirect
taxes on lands collected from citizens
in the lat$ insurrectionary States.; ! '.
By Cabelli of Virginia; abolishing the
tax on spirits distilled from apples,
peaches and other iruit. t
By; Joyce,- of Vermont, proposing a
constitutional amendment prohibiting
the payment of the claims of disloyal
persons for property destroyed during
the late war.
, By Huntoii, of Virginia; for -the pay
ment of certain advances-made to the
United States by Maryland and Virgin
ia; also, for the relief , of owners and
ui-chasers of lands sold for direct taxes
n the insurrectionary States;1' .
By McLane, of Maryland; prohibiting
officers of the navy - andr navy contrac
tors from contributing money to politi
By Henkie 01 Maryland, to aid in the
Senator Vance, or' North Carolina. .TTTCT TlV, - -II ST N
' Speaker Randall contemplates I a trip
to California after the adjournment of
The Chicago and Alton Railroad has
been opened from Kansas City to St.
Louis, for freight.
- Rainey-has-caved in, and will accept
tuo iKijsijj appointment cieutsiuiK m
JPEGRAM & .-CD;,
1 3 1st National Ban ituuanig, ?
e irA R LOT TTNC.,
PERRY'S. PERKY' gv
Have now in store a nice and complete stock of
hcoioiwowhl a &nt Philaderohia
Friday sent $107 and a large auanti-
ty of clothing to Milton Turner, minis
ter to Liberia, now in St. Louis, for the
use of the, colored, emigrants in that
At Austin, Miss, Wednesday last, "W.
A. Grantham -struck M. J.' Jones, city
marshal, with a bridle, when the latter
drew a revolver and ' shot - Grantham,
killing him instantlyV' Jones: 'was- ar-restedj-JM
e.iiilcnBii -.r?:?tsi io ,sc ;
Last Saturday morning the shops . of,
tuw vuesaueaK.e anaynio Avauiuau cum
pany, in Richmond, paint ahd 4rying
shops, lumber yard. , three coaches and
seven dwelling .houses adjoining the
shops were entirely , consumed. . . . ,
Levy Nichols; a :well-know' -Wall-street
broker; was found dead in his
bed at the St Clond Hotel, New York,
Saturday ; morning, having committee
suicide by taking chloroform.' He was
short of stocks and Otherwise financial
ly embarrassed.; ' ' ;s ' !:
An officer of. the . Bichmond court
was in , Federicksburg Saturday, sum
moning a panel of citizens of that place
from which -, to select jurors for the
Poindexter trial, it being impossible to
get a jury, in luchmond,
In the Great London circus; perform
ing in ' Philadelphia ? Saturday, Frank
Melville, the well-known bareback rid
er, was severely injured by I being
thrown" from his horse,1 which took
fright and stumbled during the perform
ance in the ring. . . ' v'--';'
While a considerable number 1 of the J
members of the Louisiana constitution
al convention from the - northern part
of the State are likely to' favor the , en
tire repudiation of the State debt, the
New Orleans Times thinks that the
worst that can happen will be a reduc
tion of the interest.
A Richmond letter says that in the
case of Baccigalupo, in that city, for
attempting the murder' Of his wife.
Capt. John S. Wise said it made but
little difference to Baccigalupo (whom
the defence claimed was insane) wheth
er he was consigned to the state prison
or not as he was in that condition of
mind that he would not appreciate the
famishment. Baccigalupo had a sane
nterval just at that point and shook
his head in a very decided negative to
Capt. Wise's proposition.
! VI it
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They also keep Miles', Burt's, Holbroot & Lud
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April 9, 187. . i
PEGRAM 4 CO,
MERCHANTS, BOOTS !'
MR. A. W. LtJDOLF,
v OF "BALTIMORE, MD.,
amajaol uulimlted experience In this business,
hating traveled for 17 years In the West and South
selling Crockery, 4c., for some of the most exten
sive Crockery houses North, bas been associated
OF THIS CITY,
In the above buslneas and the firm thus constitu
ted win be known as JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO
Mr. Ludolf left last Tuesday for the North to lay
in the most extensive stock of
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;
Will give strict personal
- attention to all business entrusted to our care.
Four doors above Charlotte HoteL
BOOTS ! QTjfcENSWARE,
There is a strong probability that the
present company operating the Cincin
nati Southern llailroad will be super
seded by a new company, which has
been organized with a capital of $1,000,-
000 to operate, that road. The terms of
the new lease are considered more sat
isfactory to the city, and the new com-
Eany only await the acceptance of their
id by the trustees to complete their
organization. If this is done it is be
lieved the new company will take pos
session 01 tne roaa on tno 1st or May.
It is probable that the trial of Currie,
the murderer of the actor. Ben, C. Por
ter, will take place in the latter part of
next month or the early part of June.
Currie's brother, the mayor of Shreve-
port and two other able Texas lawyers,
will act as counsel for the defence.
There Were no practical results from the
meeting of the prof ession in New York
on Thursday, towards organizing to as
sist in the prosecution. It is estimated
that it will cost $30Q to defray the ex
penses of witnesses and counsel. John
T. Raymond, is ready to hand over Wil
liam J.sxors cneck tor &5W and his own
for $100 more as soon the treasurer of
the prosecuting fund shall be appoint
ed. Other subscriptions have been
China, Glassware, Lamps and Lamp Goods, Deco
orated China and Porcelain, Silver and Silver
Plated Ware, Fine Fancy Goods, Wood and Willow
Ware, House Furnishing Goods, 'Cutlerj, Bar Fix
tures, and many other goods too numerous to men
tion, for our Wholesale and Retail trade. In fu
ture we will handle
SHOW CASES, &C.
JOSEPH FISCHESSER, PROPRIETOR.
WINES & LIQUORS,
And the best brands of Cigars.
Agent for Fred Lauer'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
at home with the best Beer in town.
ALSO A FINE
Tryon Street, opposite Charlotte HoteL
Particular attention paid to having goods decora
ted to order, with any name or monogram, 4c, on
each article of China.
Give us your orders. We sell nothing but first
class goods, and sell as cheap as you can buy at
the North anywhere.
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-CHARLOTTE. 1 ; ; ' .: ;
For Mr. Ludolfs return, as it will be a treat to ex
amine his line of line goods.
JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO.,
Trade Street, near College,
If arch 27. Under Democrat Office.
The Death-Kate ot
Our country Is getting to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from the most insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold is such a common
thing that In the hurry of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending it and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
set In. Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery winter, white had Boschxx's gkbkah Stxup
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs, Bqschkk's Gxbmah
Strut has proven Itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its kind In medicine. Every Druggist in this1
country will tell you ef Its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a single
failure known. :
This stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Ac,
embraces every grade, and will be sold as cheap
as the same Goods can be sold by any house in
A Chag4fct4s alntg. -
There is no more remarkable feature, m the
progress of science, and no creator chanee In anv
professional practice, than Is Illustrated by the 1 T7T riTTT
contrast of the medical system of. to-day, and thirty J X jJ U 1A.
years ago. rneu an mecucmes were copious m
Quantity, and nauseous to the taste. To take them
was a trial to adults, and an .overwhelming horror
to the young. .Now most doses are small, and con
centrated,, and free from offensive flavor.
Until recently, however, one of 'the most valuable
and efficient of remedies was detestable to nearly
all for whom It was prescribed, Cod Liver Oil, the
only cure for wasting decline of vital energy, and
certain means of renewing healthy tissue, dlsgust-
eo tnose to wnom is snouiu nave aone most good.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with the Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda removes this only
oDjecuon, its navor is really pleasant, its nourish
ing power malvelous, and there is no finer nerve
and brain tonlo In the world.
apr!5, 2w, , ..
ALE AND PORTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
F. C. MUNZLER
All orders left at John YogeTs tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention. !
Will do well to call and examine this stock, as
It is especially adapted to the trade of North and
South Carolina, and will be sold at wholesale or
retail on most reasonable terms.
To Charlotte are Invited to call and examine our
stock, as they will find it most complete In every
respect, and cheaper than ever before.
W. S. FORBES, Agent,
Smith & Forbes', OM 8tnd,lTade St
B A K E R Y .
BEE AD, CAKES AND PEES, fres& every day.
' Ease AttattMole.kT the Bhennatlc :
Yes, although they may despair of relief, it is
attainable by rheumatic. sufferers,' lor there is a
remedy which carries off, by means of increased
activity of the kidneys Important Channel for
blood purlflcatlon-rthe acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urln
ary analysis; The name of this grand depurenf Is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy tor constipation, wmcq causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
means of relief In dyspepsia, lever and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is hiehlr recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished BhystotanMnd analysts
who pronounce it" to be eminently , pure and very
oenenciai.. xne press aiso endorses it h
E can with 'corifldenee reconifiendj them, as
the very best manufactured, using none but
very best materials.
100 BARRELS OUR CELEBRATED.
, Queer tegislatlve Doings ! loaislihi:
The action of the' Legislature of the State of
Louisiana in passing" an act to repeat the charter
of the Louisiana State Lottery Company has been
announced In the Daners: but It aDDears that the
vuiiBu uvmuu ui hi c au.i jriaiiu auu junior i Dy eoniract nunareas or. mousanas or aotiars w
war shinanal m w ftiJ . i :-hvt-ra keen the doors of the far famed Charity HosDltal
open for toe sick and suffering cannot be aceom-
ware ship canal.
By ilcKensie, of Kentucky, allowing
growers of tobacco to sell $1,000 worth
without a license j also, putttng fialtf J
ana saltpetre ana quinine on tne iree
i Br Frost, of ' Missouri, autnorizine
the appointment of James Shields as
briffadier sreneral on the retired list.
, By Chalmers, of Mississippi, for the
improvement of the Mississippi river:
also to aid the: education of the . colored.
By Reagan, of PTexas, to reimburse the I
btateox Texas for monev paid for fron
tier defences; also, for the payment of
Southern mail contractors.
, i': OBSCENJE LITERATURE..;: i ; ? ;
' The House committee on , postofficea
and post-roads to-day took up for con
sideration, and will endeavor to report
during the present session, upon memo
rials from different sections of the
country complaining of the passage of
obscene jnatter through the United
States-mails. , ' ""
tUsfaed. The Supreme Court of the United States
has always maintained that the sanctity of such
contracts cannot be violated, and hence, for twen-
xy-nve years irom us organization in a 80S, it wiu
continue its work of usefulness and benevolence.
The Louisiana State Lottery Company draws, next
month, its 108th monthly grand distribution at
New Orleans, and an application toM. A. DauDhln.
P. O. Box 092, Mew .Orleans, will, secure any in- ;
. Trade Street, first door above the old Market,
. .Auction; -
By MAXWELL & HARRISON,
Bfsflop D. 8. Doggett (Southern Meth.)
' It is an excellent corrective of indigestion. Have
used it with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Man gum, Prof. University of N. C.
I concur with BlshoD Docxett in his estimate oi
the Test Pocket Cure.
Rev. E. A. Yates, EJ.N.C Conferace.
It has benefitted me. Send another package.
Rev. Leroy Hi Lee, D. D., Meth. Hlsfb.
I am never without it at home or abreadi R b
an antidote to Indigestion. Uneasiness after a
meal or purging is checked and the bowels rerou
ted. Its merits are attested by numbers of nigh
character. I have seen a " triedviytbig " dys
peptic of fifteen years relieved by one dose.
Rev. Dm. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
It is endorsed by the direct personal testimony
of men ol national fame and of strictness ef
speech. It is not too much to say that no medicine
ever had such support in its favor as a specific.
The word of any one of the eminent divines wbo
underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weight. Their united witness Joined with the ex
perimental use and approval of the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt. It is.
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent.
Editors Religious Herald, Ya.
Rev. R. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. Sid. Col., Va.
It is highly esteemed here by the regular Medi
cal Faculty and the people. - It Is excellent for in
digestion and flatulent colic sedative, sopoilfif.
tonic, slightly aperient, without nausea,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DR: Tv4 SlWHCnarlcte, C,; .,
ODELL, RAGAN & CO., Greensboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Salisbury, N. C.
mar 20 d&wtf.
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M. J PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR
XIX VXiXJX4AXJ. 1 -A 4 s
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.. . ; .',: I ;:U .i.i.if.uj v -.
GLASSWAliF,: jaLi V
free sample packages to FAiniiES,.
CALL AND SEE IT, TRY IT ; AND . THEN; YOU
WILL BUY IT.
. CeagklMf la Charca.
Noplace In the world equals London for the
constant barking kept up In the churches. It is
like a- DernetURl fiilad of mall arms.. Whr
don't they take Hall's Balsam and get rid of their
cougnsr u w ine most wonaenui remedy, and tne
proprietors warrant it In - every Instance.
Let all ooughers give it a trlaL t , ,y:-i.
UNLIMITED GOODS RECEIVED UNTIL B1JR
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wtnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used for children. It corrects
acidity Of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. , An old and
well known remedy. 25o per bottle.
' GREEN HOUSE AND . .
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S EE D S T O R E
BATTLE, M. ihM m i r
AT YOUR PCST OFFICE.
wMerttBCttrmte: I ROSES ! ROSES'!
Having removed his office to the first floor over
the Traders' National Bank, can be found there
an hours durinz the day. and at his residence cor
ner Seventh and College streets, at night, a t u
ieD7 am .:,:. l4
L DR; HGREENE
Frederick. Aorili. Thft inrv
of inquest upon the r icenF lynching of
the ; neero. -James Oirroll. returned a
i verdict that he was hanged by men un
known to the jmy.ri j.; ;t :;-.' ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' " -The
eredlbors: of 3. IS. rcmdrlck. hankrant. wflt
i take notice that unless their indebtedness is sett led
I within ten dnya, the notes and accounts against
wem wiu oe aoverosed ana sold at puouc auction.
f - -
: Sead and get my catalogue of choice: Green
Hon e and Bedding Plants ' 1
' Wj can send plants through the mail to any pari
oi vue coumry. ; . - - - - .
; . C. B. FATRCHILD.
Seedsman and Florist,
March 26 2m.
f mENDERS hta. arofesslonal services te the. peer
JL pieof Charlotte an do vicinity. ? Being a gradu
ate of both schools of medicine, (Alopathio and
Homeopathic) he Is qualified to practice either
system. VV! 1 J T -
He will stQl devote attention especially to Chbo
io Dihkases, but will also do a general practice.
Calls attended day or night
Office over McAden's drug store. Residence, en
College street, coraeret 6th street,
mar22 dw. 8m ! s '.t; , t -
. . EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
; Ralmgh. March 10th, 1879. I
Wbbbsas; Official information? has been received
at this Department that N. B. TAYLOR, late of
the county of Moore, stands charged with the mur-
a a ur Cttan. A w.t.AAna a annnDN that
TOB ACOi t tte N Taylor has fled the State, or so con
ceals nimseu. tnat ue orainary process ui mn
not be served upon him:
. How, therefore, I. THOMAS J. JARVIS. Gover
nor of the State of North Carolina, by virtue of au-
Sority in me vested by law. do issue this mypro
imatlon, offering a reward of Two Hundred Dol
lars for the apprehension and delivery of the saia
N. B. Taylor to the Sherlil ef Moore county, at the
Court House' to Carthage, and I do enjoin all offi
cers of the State and all good citizens to assist m
bringing said criminal to Justice. .,
Done our city of Raleigh, the tenth day or
March, 1879, and in the 103d year of American
Independence. M T T11Tl.a
hv Out nonmnr!
, Lxs & OvaBMAK, Private Secretary.
Taylor Is about 33 years lof age, about ifeet e
iches high, well set and will weigh about 160 s
ad when last seen wore a heavy beard.
f. 100 BUSHELS
Choice and Fresh,
. FOR pilNTINQ OR EATING.
- Just received by
'' : : - LeRQY DAVIISON.
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