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STlje Charlotte semr.
THURSDAY, APB1L 24, 1879.
Mrs, Moon goes to' Wilmington next
Gen. Grant was in Wilmington De
cember 1st, 1865.
Mr. James Davis, alleged age 105, died
last week in Chatham county. ?
Geo. D. McMillan, a well known and
much esteemed printer of Wilmington,
The truck gardens of Wilmington
are in good condition, considering the
Application has been made for the
pardon of the Chapel Hill burglars,
now under sentence of death.
A committee waited on the merchants
of Raleigh in behalf of the next htae
fair, and secured 2,000 in subscriptions.
Dr. W. W. Love, of Wilmington, was
thrown violently from a buggy m that
city Monday, the horse running away,
but was not injured. t . '
Rev. Csesar Newton, a colored di
vine of ilmiffgtonrrtssaTilted one of
the sisters of his; flock and wae made
to pay a fine for the off ense.
nv T)r. Patterson, who had sent m
his resiemation as rector of St John'
parish, in Wilmington, has been indue-
eatx) wunuraw uih siuc, muuu w
gratification of his congregation.
Wilmington Review: Our esteemed
irienu, rvev. vj. u. uuuuui, -i
pastor of St Paul's Evangelical Luthe-
ran cnurcn, in mis city, wuu ma
ladv, will on nclay next, tne 2,tn msr,
celebrate his silver wedding. j
Gov. Jarvis was expected' in Wii
minctnn Tuesday niorht. and the Lotus
club had proposed to giv ahop compli
mentary to him. . Secretary of State
Saunders was to have come with him,
and the two are going to Waccamaw
Lake for a fishing frolic.
We learn &y the Newbern Nutshell
of the terrible casualty bv which, on
last Thursday was a week, near Adam's
creek, two young ladies and their hors-
nn o4-viAlran irk tVio ao Tf V Ktt 1 thill! I
es were stricken to the earth by a thun
derbolt. Miss Mattie Ireland and her
horse were instantly killed. Miss Nora
Holland was rendered almost blind, and
wjis paralyzed on one side. Her horse
was only severely snocKea.
A small bovwent to sleep in the First
Baptist chttch, Ealeigb', Sunday night,
and the congregation went off and left
him. He howled but could not get out ;
then he lit the gas, and proceeded to
stack up cushion? and make himself
comfortable, when the light attracted
the attention of Dr, Pritchard's family
across the street, and he was released.
This from the Observer.
The Wilmington Sun sajg that while
a group of passengers were waiting in
t he oniee at the Wilmington & WTeldon
llailroad depot; for the train to leave, a
young white roan, well dressed and "with
;i pleasing face, entered, Carrying a baby
in his arms. He walked up to a colored
woman knd requested her to hold it for
him, Tvljile he coald go back, to the.tele
gr'aph office and send off a despatch.
The colored woman at once refused,
and a young white lady, from Magno
lia,, who was sitting near, offered, to
hold the babyr and it was given -her,
while the young man went off to send
his telegram. He never returned, and
the woman had to take the child home
with her. 1 !
Mr. T. C. Worth, son of the treasurer,
and teller in the executive department,
has just returned from New York,
whither he went to execute a contract
for the engraving pf the new bonds of
the State. He made the contract with
the American bank note company, and
says the work will be finished in thirty
days, and the issuing1 of the new bonds
will begin. Further than the above
Mr. Worth tells the Raleigh News that
the bondholders with whom he met ap
peared greatly pleased with the final
adjustment ot the State debt, and stat
ed that a large majority of the present
bondholders will realize more on their
bonds, at the' present price offered bv
ine otate, man iney pain for tnem.
Raleigh News: On SundavniirhtMrs.
Lee S. Overman lost a very elegant gold
breastpin, a bridal present, and very
precious on that account She had been
to church, and missed it when she re
turned home, Jt was variously estima
ted where it could have been lost, but
no one could offer a satisfactory solu
tion, Mr- Wi B, Merrimou, brother to
Mrp, Overman, had a dream during the
jukhi ami saw aub urease pm lyi ng, un
der the second bench in the Edentdn
Street Methodist church. He was io
much impressed witlt the truth of Ms
dream, that he urged his sister, early
yesterday morning, to go and see if it
were not so.' Accordmsrlv the identical
spot was found, and sure enough there
was the hreaaf, pin. Just as Mr. Merri-
mon had seen jt in his dream the night
previous. . j j U JUiihS.
Christ Episcopal church. Raleigh. i3
in trouble. The Observer says that at a
meeting of the congregation, held Mon
day evening, CoL ,W. E. Andersou, seni
or warden of the Vestry, read a .report
showing tto charch'B ctmditidn and
pressing needs. There has been a great
fallinfccffliiith receipts of the church,
vmthefpat.1 t.wej'e ,ohly
about fc5QttK;Jfc, r'iwas .the;" 4ihaimous
opinion of th vestry, that ? tlie 'deficit
must be met, and promptly, it was al-
u tucit uiituuuiuuH , oi)iDMn r mar, . r.ne
salary of the rector should not hi Wwl
AiinnA i..iA I
following facts in regard to the finan
cial condition otthehurch? There are
79 floor pews. ' Of these 16 belong to the
church, the others to members. In 1876
.,,the' anidfuntjjbllected: was, fa j$77
u, $$M iand for thfl mi ipadiiJline; 1st,
' 1879.0Ult 2JWMXi TliftdehtnalUl 14.01
' This debt' is an inbfja Un the church.
oiiu iMiici tiiaii wureuiw lb ao UM1 ueen
ttoTig-peiuiB,1 Urn church
Hoflfl ITaf.R. S ,TiirfrPT rpa" A speech 1
J. - VUWIUltltWUUlU IM4 I
in which.lie.said thattheTS6fc-it,nt
ber of cdmnluHicaas'l'i, j.v.THet
,i vskwii vtL upon toe ifCOJMrre-i
onio increase vtifeir miiwrintiona i
d with PCiyhB ffigejd)unieild
1 Chinee Jo pi Physiciaw
CnarlestoB Mews and Courier.
Dr. Wm. McClung PiggottrtHia will
. v ! :remembereu - s having: beenin
, ;:charcte qtxm Confederate States labor-
atory at Petersburg during the war, has
written a letter to a prominent Charles
ton physician ? fiomf QjufeeHsJ
Hnd, Austral!?, in which he says that
g , r iher are a wide fieldyand many , splen
did openings for competent physicians
Hn Australia, arid advising young,;ener
getic, and -competent doctors who , are
struggling to make a practice at home
to come on at once. He says (hat a po
sitlon worth from $i,500 to 2,ooo the
first year,is certain, and that il Tany'J
make the change he can secure them
cheap transportation immigrants,.
Th? bad effectt of Imprudence In eating and
&ntlnx nre ipeeCU rerao? ed, and the depression
Wowing eaUng la quicklr banished by the use of
lr. pilVt Baltunore WUs. Price 25 eents. ' -
Martha! Douglass's Staunton lecture He wive
Some Excellent .Wvicf
Tiia virniniivn. nrinted at Staunton,
Va- publishes an interesting synopsis of
the lecture delivered in thai cny last
urooir fnr t.hn rtenencoi acoioreacnurcu
by United States juarsnai irreuericBj.
Douglass The lecture was largely, w
tended by the most cultivated: white
people of the place, who warmly con
gratulated the speaker upon the conclu
sion of his lecture on "Self-made Men,
which occupied over two hours. He ad
vised his colored hearers not to trust to
Providence and prayer, dui to go u
work honestly, systematically and con
scientiously. He himself had prayed
for three longyears mat ireeuom uugui
come to him, but it never came uuui
TM0 TON mt rinwn into his lees and ear
ned him away. He believed in helping
no man who was able to neip nimseii,
oni niiviAeri the colored people to be
HiiKntL industrious, economical, clean
Ullfcv"T v - m . , ,
in thAir nersnns ana nonest m wvu
oiinira and Rtav where they are
Wo HAnrenACea tne excuus iiuiu mc
UA.th aavincr that the warm climate
tqq th hest for them, and that one ot
the most unfortunate predicaments that
can be imagined is "a negro m a snow
bank." It don't look right, "the colors
don't blend harmoniously." "Stay where
vnn ara " aairt the lecturer. ana so con
duct yourself that men will be bound to-
respect ypu-nvpw yiuiiku
AAt to acmiire howIelge aff welf as
Eroperty, and in time you may nave uie
onor of going to Congress, for if tej
neirm ran stand Conirress uongress
on&ht to be able to stand the negro.
addressing himself to tne wnite peo
niA nresent. Marshal Douglass said:
"Thpse neirroea are among vou, and will
remain with you. You need not expect
them to die like the Indians. They are
too fond of civilizine influences for that.
An Indian is contented with a blanket,
while a negro s ambition is a swaiiow
tailed coat: the Indians don't like
churches and steeples, while the negro
thinks the higher the steeple the nearer
they are to Heaven. They are essential
ly imitative, and if by their efforts they
seeK to raise iiiemseives iroiu puvcitjr
and attain to the excellence of good
citizenship, eive them a chance, bei
them lands, and let them practice your
economy and thrift. Teach them to be
A. I I .1 ! . r. nK-3 mrnl-AtvinflA O I
noneSL, luuusiziuus auu ayoiian, uu.
you W1n youi-selves reap the reward, for
u 11 xMr.JA .-P fntmal t nafiD
on the trade winds of eternal justice
there will come to this land a peace and
prosperity it has never known neiore,
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. Senator Bruce has added a smal
boy to the population of the country.
fr. Reni. C. Hartsook has been elect
ed nresident of the Piedmont and Ar
lington Life Insurance Company, Rich
Charles Goings, brakeman on a Yir
cinia Midland freight train, fell under
the cars at Springfield Station, Monday
and was crushed to ueai n.
The first comptroller of the treasury
decides in favor oi the claim or rue
State of Georgia for $72,000, expenses
incurred in the Creek and Seminole
The Missouri Legislature has a novel
proposition before it to punish voters
who stay away from the polls three
elections in succession with forfeiture
of their right to hold any office in the
The New York Assembly has passed
the resolution to tender Gen. Grant the
hospitalities of the State on his return.
The Senate resolution condemning Con
gress in forcing tha army bill amend
ments passed by a party vote.
The King of Siam is going to send an
embassy to Washington. Mr. Sickles,
the United States consul at Bankok, re
lates that the King of) Sianvs letter, of
invitation to Gen. Grant to visit the
kingdom was a gorgeous affair, encased
in royal purple satin.
Gen. Cooke, of Georgia, chairman of
the House committee on public build
ings, says that the present Congress will
not make any appropriations tor the
construction of new public buildings,
but will vote money to continue those
' In Miss A. M. Singleton's beer saloon
jn Nashville, Tenn, Sunday night, Thos,
R, Baker treated several friends, and,
refusing to pay, he was locked in bv
Miss Singleton, who attacked him with
a stick of wood. Her brother, A. M.
Singleton, shot at Baker, slightly wound
ing mm. uaKer returned the hre and
killed Singleton. The coroner's jury
returned a verdict of justifiable homi
cide. The Confederate memorial celebra
tion at Atlanta, Ga.,to take place on the
20th instant, will perhaps be the most
imposing event of the kind ever wit
nessed in the South Atlantic States. A
grand reception has been arranged for
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, the orator, who will
be escorted from Richmond, Vau,by the
Richmond Blues and detachments from
the other military companies of that
city. The military display will be unu
I Ose of Hie
Outraged Giving Testimony lor the
Dr. Cooke, the president of the Claflin
(colored) university in South Carolina,
who was accused by the Tribune of
having voted for Hampton . in 1878; be-
cause he had been assaulted in a rail-u
road.train in J876, but wickedly denied
it, nas been writing a letter to a convene
tion of Northern residents at the Sodth
recently held in Charlotte, C. , The
wretched man. who i nritrinaHvfmm
-" w-w v.. V W1U1CU
joy superior rights to those enioyeVl hyJ r-rJ - c
them at presents South Carolina. eTMCnrTTTWcpm
moreover, has the audacity to assert.
alter eight years' residence in the West,
"that the South presents greater induce
ments to settlers of small capital than
ajiyportion f4hejpduntrjwith which
he is acquainted." This maffcISus as-
wrtipn wno doubtlooo ouggootod ito him
x juou uiiri wiiiwijsijro Tariiiaji i onire's
-fttCfveThe widentiog .ceM.
worn ajargembex of Yor
uers in vanousjwirtsbf the
ttf iCai ClmBSnlBioldiers
Tl5Stf?0 w be any
i uA-iocmiK ucTLween inrr.n una Nrviirti
well knowing that ill-feel in c la at. t.hla
v - - - . Krvuva
juncture of the highest political Imports
1 Colored EmigraHon. :' ' -IWash.
Cor. Baltimore Sun.
Senatof Kellogg has received letters
from. Louisiana convevimr the impres-
sion that the emicrration. fever i has
reched tlie sugar parishes of that State,
and that the negro hands are leaving
in such numbers as to excite the most
serious apprehensions in reeardtothe
senator Jtellogg says tnat
pe fears if this exodus continues it will
have a very depressing effect upon the
material interest of the State. Some
of the prominent Southern men ;here
say that if the negro exodus continues
io sucn an extent as to disarrapgeiaoor
in the South the can can easily be filled
with surplus Chinese from the Pacific
f - -CsaaHla Cweaw !
An old tl&slcUto, RtJiWrhww pwHcehaTn :
hod DlacfeUn taa-haas ayata xasi jaaiajBussiw:
ary the formula of a tingle vegetaoie remeay.ior
Uw peVaad pteiianent fiwwtHnpttoiij
Kwt n ma wnirn i BMwnaj mm axu- aoiii(i.i aiua ,r
lun afiecttttw toa a positive and ratealaireior
nerrooa debility and all aerroua xomplalats, after ,l
thoosAUdroI caaM. liaa telt it hlfl d- buJc tt ,
knwaMiaul5BclagtoUowa.j:Jktuated T) una
will send, free of charge, to all who desire ft, UOa
nvrinn. -with tnll directions tor
In German, rrstioa pn tagiisa. t ,
juldresalne wltlt SCUIR).
Sherar. 14 rowers' wock,
tester. New York.
msr26 4w , ,.iitj
".VI i.U I Li. uLi.L.J ... J Vn i '.-o.-iT
DYSPEPSIA, S1CK-HCAPACHE; tOStlVtN&SS,
DYSENTERY, BiUOUS f EV2RJ GUE AND FEVER,
SYMPTOMS F A
reootaire,.ia aometimeg mltenaata mVtix
rithfcDaIlsenation In the hackpartjFam
to the right aide and under th shotdder- i
blade, fuPnesa aftag.'eatingithjtjtof
Hnntion to exertion of body or mind,irri
tabilitT of temper, Iyjw aptrits, loasol
memory, witfeafeaMngof havingneslectad
tiome doty. General wwineaajf gfaliBeai
lluttgrioa rai tho Heart. yPots tbfbrogto '
ayea, Yellow-6kiflr Headache generally
over th right eye, geatleaaneaa'at 9g
with fitful bVeams,' highly colored IJrlnii "
U THESE WAEHINGS AEE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WH.L SOON BE DEVELOPED
suaK n change pf feoUnS as to
astordatt hufTerr. .7 j )
are cosnpoa sided frm anbatavaea that are
free from any properties that can Injure
ike most delicate realization. Tley
Search, Cleanse, Parity, and InTiorate
the entire Kystem. By relieving the en
corced Itlrer, they cleanse the bleed
t reat psJoashu soars, and thus Inipart
-health andTitatity t the biy, eaasinx
the barrels Hi act -toarnrstlly. without
which ae eue can feel well.
A Noted Divine says :
Dr. TTJTT: Dear Sir: For ten years I have been
a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. Lnst
Spring your Pills wore recommended to msi -I nsed
them (bat with little faith. I am now a Well man,
hava food appetite, digestion perfect, regular stools.
Biles gone, and I have gained forty pounds no! id flesh.
Tb?i are worth their weight in gold.
Kit. B. L. 81MPSOX, Looi.Ti'.Ia. Ky.
Their first effect ii to Increase the Appetl ff
and canse the body to Take on Flcxh, tlm e
system is nourished, and by their Tonic Ac
tion on the DigestiTe Organs. Ueguiar
(Stools are produced.
DR. J, F. HAYWOOD
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:-
" Few diMaaea exist that cannot be relieved by re.
storing' the IiTer to its normal functions, and for
this purpose no remedy ht ettr been invented that
has as happy an effect as TUTTS PILLS."
SOLD EVE8YWHERE, PRICE p. CENTS.
Offlc 35 MiW.tret 14 Ysrk.
XT Dr. TTJTTS MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and Useful Receipts? will bemtiledrM
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gmjkt Haib Ob WKlsriBS chanred to a Gloss?
Black by a single application of this Dyk- i Jt im
parts a Hatnntl Ooior, ats itawrsnsnnsly, aad-ia
as Harmless ss sprat water. Sold by Prosaists, or
sent by exoreea aa receipt tt $1 t
OfRct, 35 Murray St., New York.
awl-li. ' . ;
DR. C MoLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
T'HE countenance is pale and lead-
1 en-colored, with, occasional flushes, !
or a circumscribed spot on one or both i
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the
pupils . dilate . an zure. t semicircle ;
runs along1 the lower ; eye-lid"; the
nose is irritated, swells, dnd sometimes
bleeds ; -a swelling-
occasional-, headuie,wilj: humming
or fhrobbing'df the ears fan 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,
entirely gone ; fleeting pains in the
stomach j pcpasiqhalnatisea and vom-
i iting ;, yioiea paihs throughout , the
abdomen - bowels irregular, iat, times
1 costive ; stooy siimy,- not unfreguent
Iy tinged ;vjth.! blood i , belly j sollen
' and hard; urine turbid ;: respiration
' bcWsiohalijr' difficult,' :and' jlccompa-
nied by hiccough ; cough sometimes
! dry and tbhvuls.ive f;jLineasyand; dis-
teeth ; temper variable, but generally
irritable. & ; - '
.!rrWReiiever 'the above symptoms
are lound to,xist,
IT DOES NOt',;CQJAIS MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the ptost tender infant.
The genuine 'Dr. McLane's Vermifuge-
bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper. , , :o:
DR, C. McLANFS
' are not recommended as a remedy"for
-aH-the-rlls-flt flesh ig heir to," bnt in
,; anovin all liilians
sihiktiA ?ilr Hmi)?"
-acherOT -diseases of that characterr4hey
fattdwithout a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
rNo better cathartic can M used prepare
tors to. or afr falrinir Hitinin ! .si'lt
' ' -l:t
As a simple , purgative they are un
equaled. ' ; - 7
BEWARE OF IMITATIOK8.
The gennine are never sugar coated.
Each h6x(hi; trel6r ht
lid, with the impression Dr. McLane's
f tachjwrapper bears the signatures of -C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
y U i8'1 nPn having the genuine Dr.
! V; McLane's Liver Pil1s, prepared by
. Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
Siarket?b.eing J.U f' imitations, of the -e
name McLane, spelled differently bui t
same pronunciation.... .. ,
ear ShSS?f01 pervoudeWllty, premature de
voauiam street, N. Y.
9r n tti rv m 1 1 Bin x
1 Wti1 - -
NEW GOODS 1
i4ka for Baooa, Com, Susav Coffee, . Ho
.MMnTttH. A tmmm hl. of P . T?nmtlwm JTmtmmt
iKsi.-.i r,v,,. ' v. ...;
wry .rutnia..a wou.
the ettr iree'orcnarge.
v. Tmda 8treet
Next door below
ft Black's old stand.
Caesar tad 'luY taff were crossing an
the. Red Sea and the wafnypgejrand,
to be rising, UuU. gallant' rarhinander ;chedEed hi?
own prancing steed and ordered fits Officers to W
dlate hi search of the shallow waters. The one
that found: hhusell itt swlinmlng water was as
much in his lin&of daty'as ha who found the high
est shoaL but tt was to , the position of the latter
that all soon flocked for protection from the swell
In? tide. So, when the municipal year Is drawing
; " f
to a close and the efficient Mayor is looking around
tor a worthy citizen to wear his months, he certaln-
' , . .n .:-':r'i
ly expects the members of the mercantile fraterhl-
ty to be vigilant in selecting a'good stock of
G R O C E R I 1?VS "
So that every family can be supplied without pfty-
ing exorbitant prices; wherefore, -
F. B. Alexander C,
not a member of which firm haaevej? offered or
Had hls-namr mentioned tn cpnnecUcirwtth the
mayoralty, looked to the Valley of Tirginia for
to the best North Carolina Mills for fine Family
to their Mountain Store for Butter, Eggs, Chickens,
Horns, etc, and to Headq.uarters for Coffee, Sugar,
Lard, ettL, and have found on Trade Street a high
shoal where ererr buyer may ee and save himself
from the dangers of tha swelling tide In prices.
Charlotte, N. C, April 17, 1879.
100 BARRELS OUR CELEBRATED
FREE SAMPLE PACKAGES TO FAMILIES.
CALL AND SEE IT, TRY IT AND THEN YOU
: . WLL BUT IT.
R. M.MILLER & SONS .
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Malaga Grapes, choice Candies.
Don't faii to call and get toe largest piece of Soap
and the beat Soap, for &&, in town. ,
' JUST IN,
f-Also Frellch Mustard
Fruits; such as
is. V - -
CREAM CHEESE, MACCARONI.
Every one admits mine the best stock of
Anything you want at
Jlfi.'H-iUmi ... .-.rr -fi,; '-,
-M i-: r.n til b - B9SDM to try thOSC
. i iu .JWUa)SOB MANOR
f'"n... ll.rif ir'MH
Pot tip ia FmJeticlttbwg, Vau and .pronounced
uieniaisnrtsiaiD .uunoiia. 1 nan auunai
f : Pickle, v 'juaot 8uganv Coffees (roasted and
groona 10 oruer -ana raw.; Bacon, uams, j tour,
JtCi, & ' ifi. V.ViMi-li'-.-I '-:, T" - ' -:
?r- - ? ; ji ' r LeBOY DAVIDSON.
"A GREEN HOUSE AND i " '
S E EDS TO RE
AT YOUR POST OFFICE,
it. . it ; !
Also a fine
n i fist.
ri r. kUiOxnY otsat es. w
v&nd' .abdr gef mr 'catalogue 6f choice Green'
,7e aan send plants through the mall to any part
of the country. - -r.-'c iix,,?-.,
" "-' ' C. B.'FAIRCHrLD, . r
. U.-I.A. Seedsman and Florist, '.
March 28-2ir. .. . . Raleigh, N?C.
Tin itei .fen-ih SrinA tiir in fttMt 9hktn irtnofrsf
Newspaper with mueh -valuabl lnfomwtioa free.'
iNew iPinnosi9l2&4lS5 -aatt owapda-ojtw Or-
Komnwoa i vi Bunt-w wuie dm neiore
buying elsewhere. Beware of Imitators. Address,'
DANIEL 9. BEATTY; Washington, N. J.'
AfiENTS WANTED for the best and fastest
. selling Pictorial Books and Bibles. -Prices
reduced 88 per cent National Publishing Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa. J -' f 5
A GENTS WANTED for Smith's Bible DlcUona
A ry and Holman's new .
Prices reduced. Jircnlars free. A. J. HOLMAN
4CQ4jPhiladelpliia,,u wJ ....
, Parson's PutliaOve Pffls make new 'Rich Blood.
and will completely change the blood in the entire
system in three months. Any person who will take
one pill each night from 1 to 12 weeks may be re
stored to sound health; if such a thing be possible.
Sent by mail for 8 letter stamps. X S. JOHNSON
4 CO., Bangor, Me.
BENSON'S CAPCENE .
- a i.i.n .i-;- i ' '. r.! : ; ! ' ' ;f :- 1
' There is n doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous piasters and other
external remedies, such as liniments, electrical ap
pManoes. Ac.. . Ask physiciansLiB your own locality
aoouvn, 11 is wonaernu. aoia by au in
tnee as cents. apsiw
V e- Boiugeblse and Minion type on which this
Saperwas lately printed.' It was made- by the old
Dhnson- type foundry, of Philadelphia, atuL was
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but on
ly because It became necessary to use a different
style of type. It will do good uervlce for several
years to come. It will be sold la- lots to sui pur
chasers, and in fonts of 50 to l,0001bs, with or
without cases. Address OBSERVER,
oct5 Charlotte. N. C.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
? Any person desiring h purchase a wen Improved
Oty Lot, House with nine roomsv and modem ixm
venieneenV finewell of-water, brick kltehen, within
five minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at
- dec!8 ; - THIS OFFICE,
jOTICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL RSVENUE, . 1
Collector's Office, tith District North Carolina, V
StatesyOIe, N. C, April 3d, 1879.. )
Seized for violation of Internal Revenue Laws,
on April 2d, 1879:
Two Mules. One Wagon and Harness and 24
boxes Manufactured Tobacco, the property of T.
Notice Is hereby givenjo the owner or claimants
of the above described properly to appear before
meat my office In -Statesvllle, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from,
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. 3. J. MOTT,
J. G. Yoroo; Collector.
apr-4 8t lnSOays
JOTICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, i
Collector's Office, th District North Carolina, V
StatesvUle, N. C. April 2nd, 1879. )
Seized for vlolaCon of - Internal Revenue, Laws,'
on April 1st, 1879: xS boxes Tobacco, 1 owner uu-
9- a boxes fDbacoo,,;Uie property ot is. Fos
me property l K. Ja.aoney;
one half bariel ef Whtefceyi owner unknown.
Notice is nerebygtvea to-the wnetor claimants
of the above deecrtbed propertS; to -appear before
meat my office te StatesviUe.Taast 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 8t lnSOdys
3 Car Loads 1,320 Bushels
CHOICE BOLTED MEAL
R. M. MILLER SONS.
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES an CONFECTIONERIES
In the!ctty, at
IF YOU WISH to engage In an honest, genteel
business, and make plenty of money during
the holidays, send your address to
RANDOLPH & CO.,
fcb4w4t 107, 4th av.. N. Y.
LACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost by the barrel, by
yanSO - . .
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
I C Y L I C
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
by the ':
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
OT PARTS AND tXUTAQ.
Immediate relief warranted. JermaneBt cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe- and" Anc . becoming a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy tm both
continents. The Highest Medical Academy of
Paris report 95 cures out of 100 cases wlthinihree
days. Secret-The only dlssoiver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists In tne 31oodof Rheumatic
and Gouty Patlebts; $1,60 a box 6 boxes for
$5 00. Sent to any address on- receipt ef price.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by ail druggists.' Ad
dre8S. "f 'lm- W WASHBURNEOOk,
For sato by i. H. McADEN Druggists,
feb!8 ly. --:i Charlotte, N. C.
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o s Ada lis.
(WW CDTIH CfTTT- TT nn K
"Sr1. itJiaiKDY for
Goitre, Conwmpttenti BronchtttsV Nr
Impure condition of the blood. 8,1
'The'' media of this valuable preparation
nrn an anil knnnm n - ,K"iurBiion
S,t Ta"":?Z Fl? o"ee te
llonmnl nf tha naAaooifv nit . . '"!
CerUflcates can be presented from m.
leading Physicians, Ministers and heal 0f
families throughout the 8outh, endorsw f
Ue highest terms the Fluid Extract o7 K
wlj)N CARE, of Baltimore, gars
" w cwruiaia'ana nth
er diseases with much satisfaction."
DR. T. C. PUGH, of BalUmore, recom '
mends it to all persons sufleringwithat"
eased blood saying it is superior to an
preparation he has ever used.
REV. D1RNRV R1T.T. nt, ni
M. E. Conference South, says be has been Z
much benefitted by its use that he cheerfulk
recommends it to aU his friends and a
CRANEN Jk Ofl. rv-iKwi.it. t n
ville, Va., say it never has failed to jrive i
l8faction. 8 Ml"
Tennessee, says it cured him oi Rheuin
tism when all else tailed neum-
Rosndalls Is not a secret quack prenara
Hon; its ingredients are published onevm
package. how it to your nhrsiclan and he
will tell you it is composed of the shoneAi
alteratives that exist, and is an exeeHent
blood purifier. Did our space admit "we
could give you testimonials from evenitfltl
in the South and from persons known to ev
ery man, woman and child, either personal
ly or by reputation.
Rosadalis is sold by all Druggists.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAX 4 C O..
8 College Place,
1 NEW YORK.
For sale by L. R. WRI8TON 4 CO.. Druggists
feblBlw' f rlotte.N.c
Athkns, Ga, December 8, 1878
A few nights since I gave my son one dose of tlie1
Worm Oil, and the next day he passed sixteen
large worms. At the same time I gave one to mi
little girl, four years old, and she passed elghty-slx
worms from four to fifteen inches long.
W. F. PHILLIPS.
Worm Oil for sale by Druggists generally. Pre
pared by K a LYNDON, Athens, Ga.
Price 25 cents. - ' feb21d&wly.
Is a perfect Blood Pcbifibb, and is the
only purely Vegetable remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cubes of Syphilis and Scrofula in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; it relieves tbe agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin dis-
Sold by druggists generally.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
j " fio78
Date, Nov. 10, 18. No. 2 No. 4 Dally
;Daily , Daily ex.Suu.
Leave Charlotte, 8.45 am 6.55 pm
" Greensboro, 8.20 am f 410pm
" Raleigh, 3 00 pm 5.80 am)
Arrive Goldsboro, 5.25 pm a80 a J j
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. lot
all points ia Western' North Carolina, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro with B. t. R. R. for all
points North, East and West.' . At .Goldsboro with
W. A W. R. R. for WUmington.
No. 4-Connects at JBreensboro with R. & D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
Leave Goldsboro, i 9.50 a m 1 5.85 p m
" Raleigh, 3.50 pm
" Greensboro 1 8.28 pm 1 6.47 am
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 a m 100 a m
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with C, CMc A. R. R. for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
with A. & C. A. L. Railroad for all points South and
Na 8-Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. B. R.
daily except Sonday. 'At Air-Llae Jonction with
A. fc C. A. L. for all points Southland South-west
At Charlotte with C, C. 41 Railroad for all
points South and South-west .
: .8AUOC BRAKCH.
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 p m 1
Arrive Salem, " " " 10.60 p m
Leave Salem, ' 6.46 am
Arrive Greensboro, " " 7.45 a m
- Connecting at Greensboro with trains on the R. A
D. andN. C. BaUroada. ..
. i SUEEPDCO. CABS TTTHOCT CHANGE
Run both; ways on . Trains -Nos. 1 and 2, between
New York and Atjanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte; ami both Ways on Trains Nos. 8 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta, ..j..
ThroughTickets on sale at Greensboro, Bmelgh,
Goldsboro, Sallsbdrr" 'antf -Chariotte, and at all
principal points Seatkj eouth-WesV 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
Charlotte, Cocxtmbia and Atoobta r. R.,
' CounaHA,S.C.,Dee.27, 187H
On and after Sunday, Dec' 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule wlB be run over thl
NIGHT EE PRESS. '
Gorae Soots, Na 1.
Leave Charlotte, ...-.'.f:. ..: ..'. ..: .
Arrive Columbia, 4.
Leave Columbia :.,
V . ' It .! . Gome Nobth, No. 2.
V DAY PASSENGER.
. AS fvw-Qoan Sooth, Na 3.
Arrive Columbia '
GoiKO Nobth, Na 4.
Leave Augusta. .
. 1 00 A. H
. 0 00 A. afc
. 6 05 A.M
.10 00 A.l
5 55 P.
10 00 P. .
10 10 P. M.
8 10 A. at.
11 27 AM,
. 4 10 P.
. 4 15 P. t,
. 8 30 p. m,
. 9 08 a. f
. 1 '20 e. m
T mau nilnmkla I HO P.
Arrive Charlotte...... JO p
These train stop only at Fort MUL Rock H11U
Chester, Wlnnsboro, Ridge way, Leesvilte, Bates
burg, Ridge Springs, Johston, Trenton and Granlte
vlUe. , AU other stations will be recognized as Bag
stations. - -5-;i - ; Mra.
Pullman Palacy Bleeping and drawing-room oar
on Nos. 1 and 2, Greensboro to Augusta; also 011
Nos. 8 and 4, New York to Savannah, via Bleu
mond & Georgia Central Railroad.
i ft-Tj D. KLLNE. Superintendent
t JxOc B. MacMpbdo, G. P. Agent.
ee29 . "
' v - Charlotte, N. C.