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SATURDAY, APfiit 26;i8ff
Thome's comedy company
Kerr tfaigO Iitt bM
for mayor of fcaiisuury,
. The combined population of alem
and Winston is estimated at 5,00O
Capt. J. II. Sweeney was marked to
Miss Maggie King in Wilmingtjon on
.Wednesday,, . i ,
Thos. C. Whitehead, son of Dr. M.
Whitehead, of Salisbury, died last Mon
day night at Maryville, Mo. i
Newbern made its first shipment Of
green peas on the 22nd, ten days later
than usual. The crop is reported as ex
cellent by the Nut Shell. J
Teague, who killed the negro 'Denny
in the streets of Taylors ville, last Sat
urday week, did not die in jail tJie foi
lowingaiBBdayras was reported; but is
still incjattiUi&WfllL .jjjtj, j.
Gov, Jurvifl and Senvtary (jif State
Saunders are bein&fcandsomfeiy teiea
andtreated in WrrMflgtofif They went
tji thft sound, of course, ana were to
have cone to Lake WaccamawrFe8te&;
L. W. Anderson, of Stokes county, was
elected president pj .the DanxjJJ & Yad
kin River Railroad Company on the
- 19th inst. He is said to be a man of
greatheuergy, fine, .executive ab$ a4
of great influence.
Mr. W. F. Williams, of Davie county,
was throwri'froffl'his ttujgy rrtthe out
skirts of Salisbury and sustained severe
injuries. The Patchman says he was
carried tohStai where lie 4tiHMt
tended by D.'nftrMtela&uHHAp
Salem Press? tavie1 ounilistmei-s
are driving droves of hogs frpm Ten-
JN ot only -m 1 tne1 cwoKea worm
made to profit in the production of the
sniritumis. hut also bv the raising and
. . . i- ' - " 'ihj'v iho-j .
A oiocaaer was caugnt in trreensuoru
the other night. The revenues gave chase
and he would have gotten aWay, but
his cart turned over at the depot and
two barrels of whiskey fell onihim and
held him tight till the officers came up.
Reidsville Times, Saturday : Charlotte
they reached; , (ireensboro,, , Newsboy
was asked whv lie didn't buy a thous
and at once, but he thought there
might be a hundred or two left on his
"He leaves a wife and sixteen chil
dven nt$ i!n,h,rtW8vthe.59ncltt
sion of anxltuF Ptien the Dan
bury (Stokes county) Reporter. If they
will ; apportion their sorrwequally
among them it will not be very severe
on any,, : M, : .,.(:.,.! . . . :
The competftixaminatloii 'i()r the
cidetship which Col. Armfield'controls
at West Toihti will take phrce t SCSts
ville Saturday, May 7th. The&xamin
ersre . 'JPrpf. J. H; Hffl,B(3B.
Boone and M. F. Free?und;jF.s,i()f
( . - j
Iredell Inferior Court sat four days,
ast week. Tlie Landmark says elev-j
t c3fs were continued and afLrp.
entered in tliree. Out of twentysfx
cases finally disposed of thre were
twenty-three convictioos and three ac
quittals. , I I . ; i , f t
Too bad! The Sun, in a veiy hand
some report of the speech of; the dis
tinguished presidejit of our State Uni
versity, before the Historical i and Sci
entific Society of Wilminarton. only
mentions his namfc onoe, andihen callsl
Golclsboro Messenger : The Methodist
church reports 73 accessions tq its mem
bership the result of Mrs. Moon's good
labors. About sixty were baptised on
Sunday, and we understanbthat anoth
er baptism will take place next Sunday,
both at tlie church and in the river.
The Reidsville Times says a Mrs.
Nunnally, near Ruffin, Rockingham
county, was standing in the porch the'
other day with her baby in her arms,
she happened to turn around and stum
bled over a dog lying down behind Tier,
and it threw her to the floor and
broke her baby's hip.
The Raleigh Observer says! the reve
nue people haye been stirring up the
Orange county distillers. They made! a
raid on the borders of that county a
few days, past, and captured eight stills
and fixtures, which they destroyed.
Some slight resistance was made at ohe
ot tlie places visited. i I
The Watchman cirron teles aa sericju
accident as having occurred rihursdav
ot last wees to an intant daughter ,!of
. Mr. Cl Hi McKensift; nearjSalipfeury.) j It
supposed she was sitting riear a ldet-
draw the vessel $o her, eroptieoT the
contnts.Jt(ihCjJilIjjPer condition is
sua critical. . j
Wilmington Revietet .'tfx4ter We
learn from Mr. W. J. Hand, who was'a
witness .to. the feat, that a young steer
attached 'WA a cart1 fan 1 away from his
owner,a44rivr, a .colored., .man, yes-
terday, near the northeast ferry, nine
miles -from this cijr, and. plunged int6'
' : 'trfft'Ti1riimfl aifr
W. J. Eganv ; NeW' YOTkl&mer,
was arrested in WilmingtoJO'fednes
day for refusing to pay, the wtyiiicense
tax in addition to the State tax M $io&
The mayor decided that he should nav
the tax, -but the case was ief errvrm
idge Aleares ot the , Criminal Conrt.
who decided that no citv tax riVM ha
,.-. .collected since the passage of the last
- vact of the.IiegisUtui on Ihlfe'siibiect
j w iiAiiwY.uimswjsscerap smil-
pgwun isap:(tocaViof Ue tug
..T-r1?.1 , :rJ.-'rtin1HeiiirW'in custody at the Central
.--mrinilsTuesday morningj as havin
r; upon nrcasurj
Ql Oline WlllTflLiPrl r n A;
u , : iv"' "
lmuy, ueriugnier ana w
and ili oiiyWkim'bv her dautrhter.
Mi a xooacco lacrorv. anl thv -i.-
- r n f
man, makes $75 a month
1ai ani non anl fWi m
own cnnaren, aritme haft)eerr1rtrtrr
, iy liiuuiua aim now ownaa.
iiuuse auu iuu
U( ,xue Ataieign uoserver sava II LwirrWA
fl ispendr that the individaal liabilities
" of its editors have nothincr to rln with
the paper; that 1 the terrible stringen
cy oi me ?FFH.jpreTrmteil
the.prompt collecti6n 'ot 'debts Mdeltb
him. made him unable to meet the
claims of. accreditor who needed his
maney,; and, ;to prevent misfortune to
tha paper or, to its editor's creditors; It
was i.necessary!ito ri take ujteps,-. . and
promptly, to avoid such ai calamity by
miking provision, as was; fully roade,
for the continuance of the newsDaDer.
and fulfilmefirojf all itycOBtracts rwiilr
subscribers And adi
avernaers.-T ' a
Elevated Raflrofds. Lle of i Btaeesf Place ot
im uwmftnts. DbdoU BDd Steamers all -these
- radiate from, or are situated in, the, Immediate,
nn'rhborhood of the Grand Central Hotel.- on
"jft r Br.iadwav. New York, whleh is now kept on boih
S U 1 K toe American $2 50 or $3.00, and the Euro
1' pein plan $1 per day, and upwards. An elegant
ReBtauranL at moderate prices, la conducted by the
Grand Central. - f. ;
pr23lw. ' K
SOUTH C1R0LI3A ITEMS.
WyU1Wbeen elected town
clei-k-nf Xancaster. and r. J. rniuiys
,n,Tlw,fMauldin, block, in Greenville' i
weeks ago, is to be re-built at one sHri
An expert has condemned the Lan
caster court house. He says it is only
U&r tagemeYttieffwda; wuug,
About $1200 or more hive been sub
scribed and paid by the people of Co
liimbiatA iChantabte and other like
purp within the Mf sixty days.
tlev. W. H. Millen, of Chester county,
ate Reformed church in Winnsboro un
til the mppfin c of Presbvtery in Octo-
V&A 0 m
Columbia Register: Wednesday, the
Governor issued a pardon for F. L. Oar
dozo, and Robert Smalls. Cardozo was
set at liberty by Sheriff Dent immedi
ately on receipt of his pardon.
Andrew Wherry, a resrteiMzen
nf York county. va sittings
onHAtiiv taken sick and fell. He was
.carried to bed and died in a f ew(jm0J
fbnfiarv Tnesrlav. Two M mem were
T . , J--2 it
w.antiired. one oi wnom waww
wnnnHMl hv the sruards that his
had to be amputated. The other three
are still atlafgfcha'td of' them are
supposed to be wounded.
; Greenville News: A negro faichild,
five months old, suffered sudden death
near the colored academy, Tuesday by
aaroiiAwino- a niece of raw bacon.. The
mother had teft.4hfraW todfefwtyft
fnr nnlv about ten or fifteen minutes;
and returning,4toun, itdead, the piece
bf bacon having lodged In'ltr'throat so
ias. to Drevent breathing or crying.
' The New York agent of E. B. Wesley
and others, and CoL W. R. Cathcart, of
Columbia, called upon the $tate, tyW;
urer Tuesday, and made a formal aj-
mand for the payment oi a mimon auu
a quarter of Blue Ridge scrip.
Lirttt - wtt thp turrt nf these asrei
l quarter of Blue Ridge scrip. Tnis ac-ion-oft
the part-of these agents issup-
gosed to be the basis of a suit to De
rought against the State for the recov
ery of this money. The demand was
not complied with.
Abbeville Press and Banner: A re
port of a distressing case iOf the death
of a little child of Mr. Rowlett, tele-
onerator. comes to us irom
ges. it seems wiai tuo uuitmj,
has hart several vears experience as a
nurse, had laid the child to sleep under
too mucn cover, its iace ueing uuveicu
with the .blanket. Some time, after
ward": tt&S found in the agonies of
death rreHhwftpcation, ana it died in a
BRIEF SEWS ITEM4.
President White delivered his fare
well address to the students in Cornell
University, at Ithaca, N. Y., Wednes
day. No allusion was made to public
affairs or the dutieSiflonnected with his
mission to Germany.
Dr. H. P. Pefirod, observer-sergeant of
the signal corps, stationed at the chief
siznal office. Washinfffcon, las been or
dered to South Carolina and adjoining
States to collect irifdrniation relative to
the origin, movement and effect of the
recent tornado at Walterborough, South
Rev. George Bowers, pastor of the
Congregational church atCoonyillQ, N;
J., has been arrested in Boston for al
leged forgeries while in charge of his
Coonville flock, amounting to nearly
$7,000. He was accompanied, to JJoston
by a married yipnwtn nHmed' Le. Croft
Tl,rt ia ofill fhoio 1 ( f 1
A mass meetings was held in Cooper
Institute, New York, Wednesday, in aid
of the colored migration from the South.
Thurlow Weed, Rev. Dr. Henry New
man and othera-were on the platform.
Rev. II. H. Garnett presided. Resolu
tions violently denouncing oppression
of colored people were passed and a ool
Jection taken up.
The annual election for officers dfthe.
Tammany society or Columbian order
was held at the Wigwam, in New York,
Monday evening, the ballot resulting in
the election of the ticket favorable fo
Comptroller Kelly, which received near
ly 600otes, to 4 scattering rotes. Con
gressman Cox arid others made con
The A ienipl tr Avainate Edwin Booili.
. Xhicmjo. .April 23. While Edvii
Booth was eivlriff the' Bollloauv ih th
bst act of "Richard II," at McVicker's
theatre to-night a shorAvaanred at him
by a man sitting in the left hand upper
gallery. Booth satatill afwaxdapout
ime e?onas wuen na snoc was
the left wing of the staget,'p5Irrtinfe dut
as he went the would-be assassin. Tl
latter was at onee seized, and, but for
the intervention of officers, would have
been,, roughly, .handled, lie states his
name is Mark Gray ; thai; tie1 is Wnty
three years old ; a dry goods clerk of St.
Louis; that ho has been three years
preparing to do this deed, and is sur-
priseo; at nis failure : tnat nis iauure to
klllBobtb Isttte bttlypartdf tb-attenpt
which he regrets. He refuses to state
the cause- of-higi action, but saya his rea
sons will be regarded as sufficient.
LAlEtt-r.Uray says soof u,t wronged a
been jesfDlved to punish him ever since.
He states M isf rom Keokuk, .but is Dow ,
LVPlinp-fnra firm in St.. Tirtnla. He
was only thirty .feet distant from Booth
when he fired the shot. Ha fend pn his
person a letter addressed to a lady by
the name tit Katie stating his intention
of shooting Booth to-night, and assert-
Barrett is a superloF actor to' Booth.
dience at McVicker's remained after
hJplsMe, and the pluy pgoaeeded to
V4 WWout itireakJ
1 U 1 1
fiiri mil ai
t Sticronol. 60 vTa, 5 ri
jpol, 60 yea &.
T aim to
so irrfrjrtatedtbathe rair
wikfe wrjwrnrath grasv his moth
El's dim and EiTvuuldhk)w.' J'ox
this action the old ladV Wilflfl flftmnlaint
icjstnst rrm bfwe a judge, and he was
ordereertoppeaar in court. Whereup
on, filled with remorse for having tried
to avert the wrathful blow of his moth
er, he seized an axe and chopped off his
offending, hand.-' t t
The Vii?lnia llebt Busincsfc ! '
RicirMbND, April a4-Messrsl Ellis
an1 VvnnytV M A.1 "XT . "VT1
funding asseciAtionof theUnitftd States,
lunitea, are now, in this city ana -vers
VVUU U1VUV1VU VV UU J ' t TV 1VU
banking firmao as iohe details of re
funding the State'debt. The formal ac
ceptance of the terms passed by the Gen-
eu, wm dp TSarTrgci oy tne auuitor w iub i - . ,.
governor, who is now sick in Winches-1 fTDEBs hi professional services to the pew
ter, for approval? Th first,ateh,,.ot mkR2&ml
bonds will be ready by the first of. J una.
"-' ' ... ' .-J.fci :.?:
Nature .does not executAJ'snaV ludiments. but
always warns the offender against her laws by the
Infliction of pain. Give attention to her warnings,
and take Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills in a good time
to prevent the encroachments of disease. Price 25c
a b&aaahi. m m. m - mmr mmrnr a z ar - - a. iA j r iimitif f i - - - t-m Aiir .a &a v vii wmr T'W "-w n -.-a w i .. -
i c J ; r I 1 .1 V',..v, . ,.'-.r, r- r tt I . - - - - - utw. t
INTRODUCED 1066. .
frnllfnl antirM of U111V Alt
i neni amuuir wuw im- " -
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS,
. DYSENTERY, BILIOUSma, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, 4fJpf.it a
I SYMPTOMS OF A
X of Appetite and ITapae, the bowela
jejeeoetiye, bateometimea alternate with
jlooeene. PeiQ to the Head, accompanied
'with Pull ew!W. Kgart.Pam
! in the right ide end under the ghoalder
UaHa. fiiUnaaa afiec eatioc with k dwin-
ffeflity of temper, Low epirita.
memory .with a feeltoyoffaeving neglected
BOme duty, General wesgineaa; Dizzinegg,
yes. Yellow Bkin, Headache generally
at night -
i fitful cu-eama,
iiwrnsi highly colored Urine,
ft THESE WAEHTJrGS ASS UBHSEDl
i SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. (
are poclalljisutaortwrf t such
from plasliawera, aad tkaslmj
nana i LjjtaHU n thm hedTi rau
.k . k.wli la '.ri lllfUIT. W'lllion:
Dr. TUTTs Dtr Sir; For ten jerI Kti
l3e o tijlbmtliwlji
tioa on the DUpaUTrrwalia, lteul
Steela are prodncea. ajw .i
DR. Jif. HAYWOOD,
Sew dbMatnc exist that eannocbe relieved by re.
SOLD EVfiBEBS,f BWE,?,CTS.
One 33 Miirrmy Street New York.
J if I
..facta KetundPolar; Act Jnstjmtiieit,-n t-'
Office, 35 MumSerf
apr 1 lj. TJ:lJ-Jci n
if.muii: to eimol i-tiUn
for the' CURE 6f. . '
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
vsrsrsi anq sick 'illfJift nh
Symptoms of a Cisea841Iefe
DAIN in the right side, under -the
oL the ribs -intfrt&BH ftr
stre , sometimes the paia i$ thejitk
side; the patient is rarely ble to lie
onlhe left side; SiomeiUuea the pain
is fcirjtinidf irthd hodUalDlmde, and
it trequently extends to the xop
and is sometimes
ism in thol jnriTb sldjtn
acn is affected with toss of appefile)
and sickness; the bowels in general .
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax; the head lis troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part. There is gen-
, .eraJiy a consiaeraDie loss oi memory,
of having left undone something whrch
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cough is sometimes an attendant.
The patient complains of weariness,
and debility ; he is easily startled his
feet are cold or burning and, he, com
plains of a prickly 'serisatidft of the
skin ; his spirits 4f low ; and although
he is satisfied ,that .exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summoir rp fortitude enough to try it.
IrV'lact, he distrusts every remedy.
, eyeral of the .above mptoms nd
where few of them existed, yet exam-
'U.tlU ikt AILa Kn1iiiAir 4ik .
shown the" Livfcft't have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
(Cases of Ague and .Fever, vhen
taken with Quinine,' are productive of
the mpst happy results. No better
cathartic canDe tiseid, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
iavise"alt!wK6'aref afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
"' For 'anUious 'derangements' and
as a simple purgative, they are un-
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax 'Seat on the
lid. with tne Imnression Ui. MCLane's
-The genuine McLane's Liver Pills
4, h bear the signatures of C,.1IcLane aqd
, Fleming Bros, on the wrappers,
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C! MCI'ANe's LmrB' PMXS, prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pitfeburgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name JcJme, spelled differently but
same pronunciation. i
W. BATTLE, M.
tn fliA flwf Ann AM
the Traders' National Bank, can be f Dund. thero.
ou uuun aunng me aay, ana at his residence cor
Beven and College streets, at night, f . v.,.,..
I homkopathic) he is Qualified to practice eith
4jitiBmi-tii n f
iw wiu sou aevow aRenoon especially to Canon.
10 Diseases, but will also do
a general practice.
i calls attended dav or nieht
omce over ucAaen's drug store.
College street, corner ot 6th street.
marzz aw sm
UMSeMMtiJitf A. .1
CBXAPER THAN XTXE.
NKW GOODS f r ""'i-J 'i-K ;
-f.H .V v NXW nATUBJES
wins w ura iur imdu
lasses, ana ecner-
'ii ; 'Hi 1 1-' '
i i.., ....... '. .
tt frM-AT ftfaree.c-ji
'&iMMING3SHCiJ OJ sal,
jicwxiwjoc eipw .wiiapn & juaoars oicj buums.
WHKf JQeaar n .hirBtaaiWere erosaingt
Viwwu tt Ait bmoaoA ti iiir
ahtf-t -HM Oter8eavAQdtiteaten jiew:Q?m4
till mU5 3tJHid .1iirt. l hatwitlMtif
to be rlnlnir thnr rnllruit. tiomnianrlrr rlnrlrfif Wt
own pMAtac4teed and' ordered his officers to ra-
dlate In search of the shallow waters. The one
that found himself In swimming water was as
muefcln his WW Wnya who towi U high
est shoai, but it was to the pxtalMi of the totter
that all soon fioeke&for prMdon from the swell-
lUttWM but-, -.Hii.
HOHthgutu 90J fit 1 ..J
AND SUPf J.IES, ' ,:
.nlatft a its la tit rf i a
-ivr tma ,Ujuo wis srt inoai wo .uuot-efl)
"of iwafcwflftrir hwvei i offered r
ftr tami Action with Iha
'Jin nun ! iUi lj s.,, w
tbfe Valley ot Virginia for
Hit dji ;i. l. , t.. .-.
ftiM -1 J.fH.-.:.; v' vn;h 1
to the best North; ,PalQ)iua,i,iUa for fineFamUy
,. . l
lot n3 Jiivut'in :J
m; tomtit I'm bns .unuiun i'i
totSr goto trf Store tor Butter. ECblckes
Ike:, tmdteiTe found on Trade street
h6alliere entf euye? oar aee and save nimseU
Cnarto6e,H. C, Aprfl lT,'187(fe ! " ' ! -
i li J-ii'.T 1
ASSORTED SACKS. ;
ct; ASSORTED SACKS.
' : i i 1 OBARRKLS OUR CELEBRATED
!Jirl -'a itfaOlO .7il!i:;; v"1I i
A. I -j.r . " "
iijii-iH: i,nn in;. m ujut 9Vj;a iiiW i!i7
FREE SAtPLXiCKi) FAMILIES.
CALL AND SEE IT, TRY IX AND THEN YOU
WILL BUY IT. ii
.tWSOt. A.. . . U I i, . ..!
' JUST IN
' " LURUi DATIDBON'flr
Fine" Cooanuts, Bananas,
Malaga Gmnes. choice Candies.
I 'ITj ' Tit t ' t
t fuHtd dall andFob latKst piece of
and the best soap, ior oc, in town.
Choice Jellies In buckets. Also French Mustard
and a full line of Canned Fruits, such as
Pears, Ptne Apples, Quince, Peaches.
. Also corn, Tomatoes, uranam
Flour, Oat Heal, Marrow .
When you want Choice
, C 11 A C K K R S
m ivfi -r.
CREAM CHEESE, MACCARONL
mine the best stock of
4 0HfllnTlS yOa want at
ui - , ' . ,
1 h Be sure to try those
PICKLES, , ,
at up in Fredericksburg, Ya. and pronounced
the best ever sold in Charlotte, i nave sbubo
or Pickles. Also Sugars, Coffees (roasted and
ground to order and raw.) Bacon, Hams, Flour,
i , LeROY DAVIDSON.
w . Ist&XXMit&ns.
- Ji'.- A GREEN HOUSE AND '.
S'.E'ErD,;.. S T OR E
v t- At'yOUR POST OFFICE.
iCROSES liROSES !
; jliuxli I JlafeTai't
i nah ,Vtiut nun u.
"f'Ay;.:.;;. . ' j
- r-t tt .
tiS? "nd get- mr catalogue of choice Green
Hewe and Bedding Piaats i
-we can send plants through tlie mall to any Dart
of the country. .
C B. FAfRCHTLD, ' 1
uana n Seedsman and Florist,
March 26-2nv Raleigh, KG
L.L - ..... - . ".T-
fib not fa to sei
imy latest 30 pae niasttaten
Newapffpet with' inochr vaioabie iniormAtim-)fmeil
ean,- -S8S;ta &44D- - lie sure t- write me before
bayiiig elsewhere. - Beware of imitators. Address.
DAf,BRAT7T.rWasniBgton,N..,i ' -'
i' in li'ifil htiii .-fMhHiiniUu infi't
AGENTS WaITTED toe tae 4best fastest
selling- Pictorial! Books and Bibles. Prices
reduced 83 per cent.,, National Pukuhhino Co.,
Philadelphia, PaiV. ?-v -';Ti - '
i a. .. 4 J; i.fjj- .- ; -. ij-:
A GINTS WANTED tot Smith's Blhie Dlctlona-
x.raiBuTian.'inew,,; , . , r
Circulars free. a. J.
CO.,Pblladelphia. - j-J.
1 1 1 "Tii i L-'i'
Pareon's Purzative Pills mate new filch Blood.
find will comDleteiT chansre the blood 'In thn entfm
system to three montfii Any person who will take!
one am each night froto t to 12 weeks mar be. re
stored t sound health, it such a thing be possible.
fenbjtoJettef tamps. t JOKNSOJ
: POllQUS PLASTER
Tam, teiio doubt abopt the cieatauperioritf of;
una vsum err common, porous piasters ana other
exterhal remedies; soch as liniments, electrical ap
pliances.1 Ac.1 Ask physicians in year own' locality
about Iti i It Is wonderftrt.! ; Sold Jjy all Druggists,
Pde&25eena.ur,,r!i ; . ; : ap22-4w ,
! jfne outKeoise and Minion type 6n which this
aapetwas lately printed. It was made by the old
Jota tyDe tOundrt. or Phlladftlnhlft. aiid w
jot; dJaoarded because no longer fit par use, but pn-
v wvimbc U) vecoxuo ueueiKiaiT ri use a amereni
style; ptWpJt will do good 'servtee for severaJ
7BacKonMk -ii wui to sow m iota t sm por
ehasersi and In lonteof 50 to lXKCbs, with oj
oct5 . , Charlotte. N.fJL
, . CITY PROPERTY YOB. &ALE.
Any person desiring to purchase a well 'improved
ury iax, noose with tone rooms, ana "modern con-'
Yeniences, nne weu or water.i mcft kttehen, within
fire minutes walk of the public square, can be ac-
e)mmclatedby aj)p!ylhaw' '
decl8 UiTTt, f
OT1CE OP SEIZUBE.
tT. a INTERN AI. REVENUE, )
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, V
StateBvule, N. C, Aprfl 8d, 1879. I
Seized for violation ot Internal Revenue Laws,
on April 2d. 1879: '
' Two! 'MuIml One Wnirnn a amflB anil O i
wAca juautuaviurca lODacco me property or x.
1 ' Notice U hereby1 giveh to tie owner Or claimants
of the above tesrtbftd Birtnprf. ta . tmrxwir hnf m
fate at my office, in 8tatesvtLle. and make claim
thereto before the axpfratton,. ql thirty Ways from
tfWS-f1" me same win ne ioneuea to the
J.G. Yocms, i. , , Collector.
apri st toQdy?;' " '
a -v jS. INTERNAL REVENCE, 1
(VuecWsJOffloe, 6th District North Carolina, V
l 8tatesville, NC., Aprtl 2nd, 1879. )
Seizeafdrvftilatlon of internal Revenue Laws,
on April lsM87fr 8 boxes Tobacco, owner un-
anown 1 4 Dexes Tobacco, the property of K. Foa-
. ier( ,uw ugars. tne property oi k. m. uajme;
one half barrel of Whisker, owner unknown.
Notice is hereby efven to the nwnnr or claimant
Ot the above described property, to appear before
meat my omce in Statesville, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof , or the same will be forfeited to the
UnltedStates. . J. 4. MOTT,
i. G. Yorao, . Collector.
3 Car Loads 1.820 Bushels
CHOICE BOLTED MEAL
R. M. MILLER & SOUS.
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES an "CONFECTIONERIES
in therdty, at -janSO
IFYOU WISH to engage. s an honest, genteel
bastneas, and make plenty of money during
the holidays, send your address to "
ft f lu. ,'(i9X.4thavN,Y-
Under cost b the barreL by
, ' LeROY DAVIDSON.
: i tat
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AC U T E OR C H BO N I C
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Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
" "bythe1 '"'
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' ' Olr PARIS AND LHPZIQ.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
' guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
pnyncianB or joirope ana America, .oeooming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. -The Blithest Medical Academv of
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dan. feeoret Toe only aissoiver oi the poisonous
Uriftjlcld which exists In the Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patienta. SI, 00 a "box, rT twxes for
00. - Sent to ni addieas en reoeint of Drice.
idorsodbr Dbjslclana. Sold br all drugjrlsts. Ad-
areas , wAstmuiuxis ju.,
aiovT Only Importers' Depot. 23 Cilfl-st, N. Y.
-i For. sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
Charlotte, N. C.
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In connection with the publication of The Ob-
sebvsk, 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-
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Capable of executing the very best class of work at
short notiee. Old magazines', newspapers, law or
other books rebound in handsome siyle, and at
very low figures.
And work of tl ls class, ruled and bound to order.
' We are prepared to furnish ctose estimates on
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A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATES and POSTERS printed here In as attractive
a manner as in New York.
We have a very full supply of type for printing,
at short notice, and In first class style,
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In factj all kinds of printing done at short notice.
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Address ' "
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Charlotte, N. C
SMITH'S WQRM Oil..
Athens, Qa., December 8. i kt
A few nfehts Rinv I
Worm Oil, and the next lav h
W'wo,rms- At the same time I gave one to mr
little K,rl. four rears old. and sh tJa my
worms from four to fifteen inches long. B"l,s' v
WormOil for sale hv nn idvi . ta .,1 T
pared by E. S. LYNDON, Athens, G a. ' ' ,v
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Is a perfect Blood PcamEit. and fa th
only purely Vegetable remedy known to sci
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Cubes of Syphius and Scrofula in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from th
system; It relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin dis
eases. Sold by druggists generaliy.
THE WORKLNGMAN'S FRiEN T
HE WORKINGMAN'S KRIENl ).
In these days of polltteal trickery, a true friend
ine urae oi need, a friend indeed: and such
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It Is a sure cure for
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BRONCHITIS, HOARSEN ESS , .
and all diseases of the Lungs. ChestandiTimw.t
This well known remedv has been
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Noease,- however obstinate, can resist the heal
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t7 Remember that itln t.h
Balsam that cures the worst cases.
JOHN F. HENRY, CUR II AN A Co..
8 College Place, New York.
For sale by L. R. Wriston A Co..
A sure cure for nervous debilitv nrpmaturo
cay, exhaustion, etc The onlv reiiahis otm cir
culars mailed free. Address J. K. REEVES 43
Chatham street, N. Y.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TKAINd GOING EAST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
3.45 a m rj.55 p m
8.20 am I
3 00pm 5.30 a m
5.25 p m I 9.30 a in
Arrive Golds boro,
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. for
all points In Western North Carolina, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with R, & D. R. R. for all
points North, iSast and West. At Goldsboro with
W. & W. R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with R. A D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I ex. bun
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
9.50 am I 5.35 p m
3.50 pm 1 ;S.;rtdi
s.2b i m ! 6.47 a m i
12.25 am 10.50am
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch, At Charlotte with C, C. & A. R. K. for ail
points South and South-west: at Air-Line Junction
with A. & C. A. L. Railroad for all points South ami
No. 3 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. R. K
dally except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction witi
a. a. v. a. Lu ior an. points south and soutn-nev
At Charlotte With Ol, C. & A. Railroad for al.
points South and South-west
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 1
Arrive Salem, 0.5t)p"
Leave Salem, , . " " " 5.4nam
Arrive Greensboro, " " 7 45 a i
Conneetimrat Greensboro with trains on the R A
D. and N. C. Railroads.
SLEEPING CABS VTTHOTJT CHANGE
Run both wars on Trains Nos. 1 and 2. betrei.
Hew York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
ana unarioae, ana both ways on Trains os. j
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond.
Charlotte and Augusta.
'lurouKB xicKets on saie at Greensboro, itaieigu
GoldBbonv, Salisbury and Charlotte, and at ail
principal points South, South-west, West, Nortli
and East. For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan
sas and Texas, address
J. R. MACMURDO.
, i Gen. Passenger Agent.
nov20 Richmond Va.
CHARLOTTE, . COL
Chaslotts, Columbia and Augusta R. B.,
COLcnuA, S. C, Dec. 27, 1
On and after Sundav. Dec. 2flth. 1S78. the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over tlii
road, (Washington time,):
Gorna Socth, No. i.
Leave Charlotte. 1 OOa.h
Arrive Columbia uo a. m
Leave Columbia tt 0; a.
Arrive Augusta 10 00 a.
Going North, No. 2.
5 g: p
10 00 P -m
10 10 p-
S 10 a. m.
Going sooth, No. 3.
, 4 10
, 4 IS
Arrive Augusta ;
Going Nobth, No. 4.
Arrive Columbia .
ArriveCharlotte. . . . ,
9 03 a.
i ao p.
0 30 !
These train stnn nnlv nt Fnrt
Chester. Wlnnuhnrn - VMimmiT
burg; Ridge Springs, Johston, Trenton and Granlte
ville.: All other stations will be recognized as flag
stations. - .a
Pullman Palacy sleeping and drawing-room
on Nos. 1 and 2 Greensboro to Augusta; aiso um
Nos. 8 and 4, New York to Savannah, via Rich
mond 4 Georgia Central Railroad. , ,
T. D. KLENE, supennienuenu
JNO. R. MacMukdo, G. P. Agent
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, I
, '.. Yadkin County. I
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of
Benjamin Sparks, deceased,
?-. ; .VS.;
The Heirs at Law of Benjamin Sparks, Ieceatf
NOTICX OF FINAL SETTLKltENT.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court tw
Lydla Dimmit, wife of Paton Dimmit. Hai "i.
Felts, wife of John Felts, John Sparks, and
bethReddik, wife of John Reddlk. are beirs at
in this case and non-residents of the State. ,
It is therefore-on motion oidered bytbei-i
that advertisement be made for six weeks in
Charlotte Observer, notifying said defu"in-
to appear at tne merit's omce in xaaiuu""
In twenty days after service of this notiee, au
them take notice that If they fall to appear taai w
same will be taken pro confesso and expane
them.:. . i t-jjd-,
Given under my band and seal of ornceii'
klnviile, this the 10th day of February, A. D i-
; . . , . ISAAC N.VESTAl"
v. . Probate J""-