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SUNDAV, APRIL 27,1879.
i.LJl 'h.m.I ill-7ruJi;"'f(aiitA)ay 100,000 people, which'tfve k
mtt errm J Jiiilt iW'JOH
St itesville has a street spiiuiu-..
Valuable gold veins are being opened
in Randolph county. h ,
n .., ri,.Ui!3T heiWlini'iltKlitryad4
a dehgtutn:r ? fi
tj t fi'vav: TTsrf or liafcien. is to ae-1 i7o. Ttj st. la
liver the memorial address in Fayette-
Jsaac Reynolds, a ship carpenter, fell
twenty feet in Wilmington recently,
i ,xmA -cwas badlv hurtv-iiuo.J xai isr m ml
A meeting of negroes was to have
. been held in Weldon yesterday, to ar
range for moving .Kansas., Kansas,
will be delighted to hear this,
Thellenderson ville College has about
100 students. The sum of $500, which
has been secured in pledges, is soon to
be expended upon the building.
Forty cents a hundred less than the
railroad charges is what hauling isdone
'l irfrfor "by wagons along side of the North
- Vfes'tmt NrWfcarolina Railroad.
jKirts .fcfafoWiJ the fruit and 9?t
continue to reach us. All the peaches are
not killed and appljj vlentifol
Bruce "Williams, Esq., a talented law
vp.r and Drominent citizen of Pender
county, was married last Wednesday,
to Miss FlovaM!v3aldwin, of 'Colum
bus. . . The , Wilnungton - jStar .airly diz
zies the profession and its readers by a
poem on an approaching fox hunt, to
be participated W-hy ladies and gentle
men of that city. '
An eight-year-old son of Mr,. George
'jiStewartiDf JBattleb&rtvi'Nash county,
. wasrf faoUag'WithrAn OWpistol, .wh$n,
it? was discharged the shot striking and
killing his little sister.
The steftmer I. tJ. Cannon, which ran
on a snag and sank in Roanoke river
-.- some time ago, is a total loss. The
' Tttrbotoi6Ar?r''says "all "efforts to
' ' 'fttise' her have proveVfP ttnavailingr - 1 a 1
Mr. Frank D. Sinaw, a former Wil
mingtonianJias a position under the
city government of Aew York. He has
been appointed "search clerk," whose
duty it is toexamHie records and titles
J. A. Bonitz, of the Goldsboro Mes
senger, becomes jgecretary of the cplored
insane asylum board, vice Mr; Edwards,
resigned, and Geo. W. DeweV takes the
place of -Mr. Dortch, wh' declined to
continue as treasurer.
.: rmiun j . ,., . - v
a riiiv nr fu'n nom savs Hip AViiminor-1
one bundxsd AJtieniy
wnose aggregate wcjgutj.imuus nenus,
backbones and tail,w fourteen thou
sand pounds. He also makes shipments,
of tarrjjpi and.hit:? day sent
off thr iwtJKlred iind t -sxty -of the horny-backs.
"i-'"tTiie,-catWviHe" rffe savs the
Baptist Sunday school of Marion will
have an excrsir''Siilfebury on
ton JZex kloil x- J4bs XarroJi shwpeiiia0aimed and identified it, he re
BSaJ8flw3siS kept it
the 2nd, running witii the mail tram.
They will give a musical concert in
Salisbury on Thursday night-; also vo
cal music at stations going jiind return
'HJ.ling.. i n j iHr.K;
The Norfolk Virginian, says: "Capt
Octavius Coke, of Edentqn, married
' ' Ms Mate ijijhej- (ChTisi4n Reid), of
Charlotte, last week.' For a mixture
this lays over the deck. Capt.1 Coke
married.Miss ate Fisher, of Raleigh,
not of Charlotte. Miss Kate Fisher and
Christian Reid are not identicalChris
tian Reid ig the nom de jjlume of Miss
Fiances Fisher, who lives in Salisbury.
The athletes of Concord .have prepar
ed a track and have arranged for a five
mile walking match on the 12th of May,
and a twenty-five mile match on the
2Gth. Rufus Woodsicle, says' the Regis
ter, was the champion walker on Thurs
day night, and Vic Smith rwas the
champion runner. Vic first walked one
mile in 10.J50, and then, without rest, ran
one wile jq: 6.35.-. llufe, walked jraUe
in 4 'minutes and 5 seconds.; Jas. Mc
Eachern ran one lap a tenth of a mile
in 30 seconds. n ri
The Press states that last Wednesday
night two colored convicts, Peter Eaves,
of Lincoln, and .Robert Shaw, of New
Hanover at'the narrow guage stockade
hear Hickory, had a quarrel and then a
fight, which resulted in the death of the
latter. .Shaw .knocked Eaves down,
then Eaves struck him in the side with
a knife which entered the heart, then
cut him, again-ea tho arm, in the breast,
and then cut his thro:it. Shaw died al
. .- . : U i. " ':'"
Piedmont Press : One of our Iredell
subscribers has been figuring on his pld
slate andikasifonnd by actual count
that in Tumersburg to wMp there are
even mi ocYcu uuimiMii imiHmranra
Of this number ten have lived to the
G00fMWPty or more years,
over'twenty more have seen the frosts
of seventy winJra,.,vyhi6 .more than
sixty have passed through fife heat Of
three score summers.
Raitfgh WMftMftl Beaufort is very
RFSRAMi.iras a whale.
Old Whalefs say that there are as. many
yertebre,to,,the ,.backbone.if a whal
'i.',;; m tbere'iaw 'w iay theyar, and a
sold on Tuesday, and tho:bQies brought
$1,22 Tnejwhaijs -rbpne--riiat' is used
comes irom me moutn. metal amoun-
Osi.tPiiAgaHws, worth 31,1055.
.,.1 he tongue alone produced 'tw
barrels of oil. The bl ubber wad twenty
u.toni -coinri CitROLiif ji rrRitfc
h'M bat. iie utxt t" .ImiMii Jn4 ... .iJ
1 X6$ Oovnd:)Glanb5a Kail-
n-s tbna oMiut ,mnti . JJi
Charleston Diewsan(l Courier : Judire
Ihomoon, of the Cofntv
yrf i case c
all the hcness,aA?vi
1UU1 lMl!mt KSMWil
At. . .r. Jt. A.
fATiPTTiPntfl wpi-Pi la, nnnonmor mu
tenements were aiso consumed. There
was no insurance, and the"t0taT Toss'of
V 1 . . I J.llu ...i.....r t . V
J A ncttcr Name 'for It.
vounir man who stayed away from hia
: nights wjtn; Sundays xnrJ Jhas.aa,
n -terrteirtial MWANetoberm 'miftiheit
-Thatifellowasryet keeping lenfc-so fatl
at that mrl is concerned." .The disease
Ii called the gaiter nedrTalrfS.r2T6'07d
rrtr 1 1 r T i
na uourter ya-itliat
n-8da(lht a fire bf
..r . -ATVTT rTTfthehfeatlAJ 'ibaa.
rorlipwaras otnUy years'jira. Wlnslow's Sooth
In? Svnin has been used -for children. It corrects
. , acidity of ttoestomach, relieves 1 wlndooUcjfegnWeif
well known remedy 25c per bottle. ;
HtfSbvterians of various sfjayr
in the city of New York - havt W
fthnrehea. renresentinir 36.000. communi-
about one-tenth of solia population.
WffflaoWAneadcnt - irirl said her
- . b t to re-
fitthatimKfvwiaxMjther eirl of
the same name in town? mom ner own i
street and number, so that no mistakes;
should be made. "
uis, opening October 28,
ins brancn tninKS me
disuse of the catechism is a serious loss
Rev. "FL Mason, of the M. E. Church,
(KeA nn the 4th inat at PlainfielcL InL,
ffronr the eflfects tti. m-khife stab in the
face, received from an unruly boy nam
ed Harris, whilst ejecting mm rrom
his church, at Carpenterville.
One' thousand six hundred and thirty
presbyteries, with 204,207 couhhhwi
cants, have now voted against the adop
tion of the " overture on reduced repre
sentation," and only nine hundred and
twenty-six presbyteries, with; 122,190
communicants, for tMe j verture.
r'6n&e "ist'ofahlary, 1879, the Sis
ters of Charitv in the United states naa
106 establishments, servetr py i,i tv bis-
and,in wmcn tney caxe lor v.o
iiftaifer i7idXifJailfl tfcidows, 10,-
839 patienta, 1,095 insane persovatta
7,333 scnooi cnueureM. h t. xrr
Brother Cole, of Charlemonte, Mfifel
thrashed Mrs. Cole with a horse-whip,
be&ads'e of lier1 refusal to listen to his
nreachine. The Methodists have now
shut him out of , his pulpit, and Sister
Cole cannot near mm preacn
she wants to ever so much,
The Prostestant missions of aij,ve-,
nominauons; mAHuy empaoy-oo minis
and teachers, and report 6,840 com-
m n n icn t ...rThere -are 3.280 children
in the Sunday schools and 32MBiteeM
day school . These ngures aiBaraw
siveif tM 17 parishes in the waiijei
sian valleys. s
The Rev. John Miller is not "depose
from the ministry." but only has ttia
name stricken off s the roll of thpi Prfife
bvterv or JNewurunswicK. xnis m
not bv anv means undo his ordinal
hut 1 pa vps him a minister at larse. com
petent to preach to any who will listM
to him. as well as to administer thes&
laments, wherever he may please. uTiwu
presbyterf 1 1
onlv difference is that the
is not responsible for his
The meanest man
in Chicago went tain
each oTApril thli
hear Prof. Swinirpreach
and dropped his pocket book, contain
ing$100in cash and a note for $1,600.
The boy who dispenses hymn slips at
the door .found it when the rush had
Mpftrfifl awav. and wnen tne excitea
intact, not even sayih
and nowrtfeis;ard work
that boy that
honesty is the bestfTwl
North Carolina Matins Id Congress.
Proceedings of Thursday Trom the Record of
Mr. VancSii Jy unanimous consent.
introduced a bill (H. R. Nor 1327) to
neal section 3480. of the revised ;i Stat
utesl; which 'wal'tfead a first and &efcvnf:
time, referred to the committee orift-
judiciary, ordered to be printed c
Mr. Vance also, dv unanimous con
sent, introduced a bill (H. R. No. 1328)
to authorize the circuit and district
judges of the United States couFts-to
fine and impnsioiy at.tiisciton ha Jcasfe.
of conviction for tlncreoMsrination in
lieu of the punishment now required
by law, and for other purposes; Which
was read a fr afidaecOnd timeTd-"
ry, and ordered'l6 be 'printea."t "
Mr. Vance also, by unanimous con
sent,' introduced a "bill (H. R. No. 1329)
to repeal-sa much of the internal
nue law as requires persons in
banking associations to pay a tax "Of 10
er cent, uu iv.v ciruuiHung issue ul any
tate bank, and to punish national
bankstor accepting a usurious rate, of
interest; which- was read a hrst and
second time, referred': to the com
mittee or ways ana means, and order
ed to be printed. :
By Mr. Vance: The petition of J.
Mead and others, for a post-route from
Shelby, via Gardner's Ford, to Joseph
Mead's on Crooked Run. Cleveland
.eounty,' Norlh JPftr'oIina to the 1 com
mittee on the postofflce and post-roads.
The Heroism of Peter Bapp.
St Louis Republican.
There died in Cincinnati, a fewcuYvi;
ago, aman"whoTichly deserVestneiibn
or of martyrdom. . His name was Peter
Rapp. He drove S street car, was young
only twenty-six and the sole; support
0141? aged.anduittrmjatber aria moth
er. The parents were unable to do anv
thing. He provided theni with; shelter,
uviuiuk. iuvu cui.u luci. ilia
sinmi uiai. aiuer iciiiik ine uii
of the household he had nothing left
for himself. He could not buy either
m&z wvssit. 5
der to go out with nis car at 6t4 every
morning he-was obliged to walk four
and a-half miles. The rules 01 the com
pany forbidding employees to ride with
oufi pSyilfg'farenerl '"ittA oin dutv.
forced him to walk back every night.
xnxistAsv auauioii taiiuiniteen Hours of
hard work, be bad a daily walk of nine
I a single cent of nis earnings. All WOnt
ome to. his mother. Continued toil.
'ex'p6?rare and privation brake down-his
health. He was attacked lv quick con
8umptionanrtuir.itferauy tnat his
-ri - 1 w i w . . n . ...
father and mother migh
1: JaMssl drasi1Reari)house-hunting in
New York increases, and the rentfques-
iitMnHStttnes a wide-spread importance,
It M .Btatd thai except along the ave
nues where the elevated railroads run,
tins remain aouui sum
rr. The "flat'
3 has Tbmnwathe
rvhiCflTire now iemotv- and
i3QnuLihfiir, ownerif com
fiTt&t!? There has been
1 iak f f Ji
TngMrown or rents
ub u ukkh: ir rt-uoume orown
8toxBj ararwWirig th km; i wTfha
L--4-l0TOWaildf4,al 411 dotted over with nasteht
Fi way jvia nm more unpieasanj 10 ne sight
1 t"u innuuui iw uisugunNi wun Damps ana
Pimples, those prime evidences of the impurity of
I the blood. Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture wUI remove
iii M&i HtsrHi VjT fcU in liicwwii,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
Pit ay reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly fro to tMe most Insignificant origin. At, this sea
son of the year especially, a cold is such f common
OdathattB eae4nBjrtttvnri4a Htt we 1
e dancers attending It and ol
rthataTever' or llung' trouble has already
set tax Beasarids isle tuMr lives in this way ev
err winter, whne had Bobchu's Gsaicut Srarjp
f fen taken a cure wotUd have resulted, and a large
'J bUlfrom a doctor been avoided. xPor aU tnseaeewr
lrrthe "Throat Ail TSimirs- Bostmn'si GXRIUH
- 1 SfBtJP has hrbvenTtoelf to t
be the greatest diseov.
I ery of its kind to medicine.
ery of its kind in medicine. - Every Drugslst in this
f eoi&try wBlttn ybn'ot !onderfBlSaect.6ver,
1 tallnre known. - - j
fTTJ ft H """J c
"il lU J 1 1
U VZ U
,t i u
raws Wlf a-wlj'aawy ww i
Winn, wuv, , ! fvlA'v mi 27 s.rr,a, fH Y-'frr'a" .1 1
uf.lri Uf.ia Ur A mul lJ
- - - - ;
m.B B&M .
Iom of Appetite and Kausea, the ;
ZZZf. n n
looseness. Fain in the Head, accompanied
withaDullsensationin thebaclcpart.Fain .
in the right side and under the ahbulder
blade. fullness after eatirur. with a diin-
olination to exertion of body or misdUUCMi-'iHO
Yellow Skin, Headache general
over the right eye, Bestlessnesa &trv$&af nbawfiff Jj mxil nil u" yu . uri
fth fltful di-eams. UzhlVcrtored Urine. 3fbW3 ioiiaMiirWBal fjwr Is drawing
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED, "f
ara esDeciallv adapted 'VsU'eH
Ar-1bA--I stlftsrla dot. ofTBOtsi1
T : 1 ..It,
. - 1 I ' J I
, the bewels to act BfewfljTfcifkfKU, j t
5 bMiMlaH ii Mil Welti f T '. .
Iti'tiS'jrapna'inMnMd Pflea. List
Bpnnjf yonr nil were recommonaea wj me; 1 usea
a Well nun.
tlinui worth their weii
ties on me uieeftiivfiMijitesiiiar
tilaoU ars nrnrliirafl. r;r
rJ9 JWrTRRR, SAT5:-
tlt&t oonot bn relieved bi
irin the liver, to.it normal function. B4
this rirjxmCh Umiij k ever been lnventeit tit it
haa u hDDr an effeot aa TUTT'S P 1X15
itr.i RfMTvrVWrrnrT?WfTGr25 CtK
1NW)At)Mo 7irfi ttalifW
to a Glosst.
Sold by DrajcfeU '
AK3ciS3 Murray t raw Torki
MheiiLrdaitftAM ititn fMenuauu h.u, , t.,1( . ;.
s,B9rciihP Public. ;
i s i I CELEBRATED '
FOR THE CURE OF
DYSPEPSIA .AND BJCK MBADACHKV
Svmpioiiis pf a iiseasdcfe.iver.
PAIN in the right side, trader the
eadgci trf the ribs, incre5isn pres
sure ; .sometimes thfe pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able lie
on the left sidei 'sometimes Ahe nain;
; is felt under the8 shOuldei bfade, and
shoiilnpr, and is tometimas mistaken
for rheumatism in thearm. The- stom
J-Aiim.tdk Uss of appetite fi
and sickness; the bowels in general
ar aostive, sonipet-eraadve with
lai:'the headHs krokWed A4fh pain.. .
accompanied with a dull, heavy send
sation in the back part. There E"geh t?
erally a considerable less of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation''
of having left undone something which
ought to have beien done. A slight,
flfy.VQNK" s graaamesiaOTsrttendant
1 4ic pacien comprams or weariness.
and debility ; he is easily startledwhiSi i,
feet are cold or burning;, and he corr"
sKin ; nis spirits areiipwjianjanhoglv.c(
he is satisfied that 'exercise' would, be :.
beneficial to Mint,' yet-he: ban scarcely
summon ud fortitude enough to try it; I
In fact, he distrusts every renidy.' "
several or me aDove symptoms attends,
tn jdsase, but cases have occvrrrd
whfrp fpw nf tfiprri v5tfl vt 4'HJ'
ishown the liver to have been etfttfri-'',!
siveiy aerangeci. to
AOU'E AN D FEVER
; : k RJkkf McUne's, L?ver Pills, W
cases of Ague and . Fever, when
taken with-Quinine. are productive of
the 'most ' happv results.' No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to', . V
' bf 'after taking Qumrner' We' would
advise all who are afflicted with thjs, . .
disease to; give hrem a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
ag af tJtApkf piirgativei- flteV ardimn-1
BEWARE OF IMITATIOXSt'" J '.
The "genume are never sugar coated
Every box has a red wax seal on he
H'lidt ihrtrtre' IrnprSissTorf UiiMcLAfi's
Liver Pills. , '
The genuinoiMcLANE'svXiTER Pills
heai. the alttimiufess of C. ML'LAne ahfl
CMcLane'S Liver Pjlls prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, TPa., the
market beinsr full of imitations of the
ed differently but
T EE W. BATTLE, M. D., ;
all hours durlns the day, and at his reside!
streets, at night.
;BB5i P. H, GREENE,
Homkofathic) he Is Qualified to practice either
BflA,tTf tftflJtaiMil atfiffiHnn p.teciany to Chbok-
10 Diskases, but will also do ,a . generaj pracUoOi,
Calk attended day or fight, J J ' "
umce over JicAaen s aro? kji. vu
tli'.TIi - I m iT-fTM. .trnnf .
VIK , WTUBI Vl.Wn I .T
tuMj k4 vkaJRWo the I
nz in tro.a.
I D h I ;;Jcut r&l 6. CO I
peo, If W;
taehodup Teia''ii,.i4C .j
w m av enniyiA anniiauinn at inu
. 1 . r
nit? .ygli bau . '- s iol -iHtdmh
- jjiu m ni,sna utmet raxauj woomipb.' ! ;
.'l4oII Rill .mifmrt srfi t tfe'itt Tit". 4w 11
If ftn 1 & I . . -i ..
I yttTWKtt h ialf warn erossliur an
"hWi f let - he tkaa AaJ and:tii weten weie found
j tobeii'thlatkU eommaiijfshenleVI' hla
own pianctayateed and TOdered his oinceis to ra
dlate In search of the shallow waters.' 4?he uhe
flCf-MUA ii .'fugfii'.;'' . - ' I sdJ jfnj
Wlfewtitt peko f ! the Jam
.MiJ l X'V'W ivi0ii'-f.
ftp B1inisieMBi ageaaJsiocief
I Hoq vssr -ffi smMuiJ ?.i VftW ; .
r.f'" f ..,.., t jJ-!: ...1 ,
f 1 1 1 i I 1 11 1: I I Iltil'- Illt 7 7il'f
- r i 17 tflrraaSB aiJPPTJTCS.
that everv tnffi16riUla&li'tinfhk
.iiil.ii S-iM'"-i) !ih- If 1 -)'.'''' : ; ':
idW illwdcep-ijc -Co.,
r lfff in fwigvilb e !!) '! ' i--
nn ft igfy-T'hffc yf fjhltn ft-n has ever offered or
halrViamemefftied In connection with the
- - ...
majoialjjftokedjto hetiVjalley of Virginia for
choice 1 ;
to the best itorth Carolina Muls for fine Family
to thrlr SiQatatAln Btore for Butter, Egg Chickens,
iMHt,ac.iiM,airg auiauuoir zraqe ouvtii a uign
'shoal where every "boyer may fief) and save himself
f tram the aarwer of the swelling tide In price.
1 i. in . ,. 1 ii.i -i mmm
,' '2OO BARRELS
-.-ft -fc't "--'tr
b 500 sBARRKLSui v -r t 1 .si , 500 BARRELS
ASSORTED SACKS. ASSORTED SACKS.
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!h Kai vwl Mttbttsieo fivl ii!" 5 ' i--s i
ALIrlKD SEtf IT, tBf : IT AND THEN JQXJ
btiw nirtxi! iwiwa . ; ? -,.. f
i 1 MILLER & SONS.'
M'tet pece of Soap
JiTJ ?the best Fle., iritown.
i..:FH firm al-
)"Hl TMiil 1
h bVisTi (ill' ;nM.' ''
Choice ?mei la Wetsi - is 'Trench Mustard
' 'and -futr Mne of -Canned Fruits, such as ,
BI 'Vine;AigJhln 'I
i.-ii .?irtVTToTffatoee, iGTahwn - ' '
Fleur. Cfc MeaL Marrew
un.vxitif Beans. - iri
7 ' i Icviierryott want Choice
Htl Jill l;!l.-ij'l .'lUiiif ':'.
uHincmr one (rbbsu bum tae oew wwii 01
Sill li) r-.
'vt'sif Htii ij i Siilvravtl f.HMJ Ji .vutrnwi :
Kim'-;-.!, in towitH Amthtnrroa wanlt
s LeROTf DAVIDSON "a-I
' W1NDS0B MANORS
A AViVXiAUa .,, n-f .
Put up hi Fiericksburg,' Ya., and pronounced
A GREEN HOUSE AND
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Hend and get my catalogue of choica jQMea
House and Bedding PlaDtTr :UKm C?0
t thi.St-SJP1?1 throuv5h tbe man to anrirt
, r- . f. f - " ' .. j
c b. FiracinT.n.
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Mennpaser nth maeh.'taluQbki tafonnatl Xrea.;
irwtr oimfkA9- Honk tk -lTn4i-Q f ft. HHwvoa'
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selllrtg rectorial Books and Bibles.' Prices
reduced 8 per cent Natiokai. POBUssrae Co.,
UiaietaiK fo .smto.-Mus-.M'm itKa i
GENTS WAKTED for Srnlth'aBlble Dictlona
'xV; 'ry and Hoiman's hew J ... ' '
fl0njJit li y-frV Jiii .- 9 T-fi-J ;
Frlees -Hdueed: Clrt3alart free. ' JL. . HOLMAN
A GQU FJUladelBhiai' U . i- Is ,
1 Parson's Parsative Pins) inake new Rich Blood.
and win completely change the bloodJn the entire
system in smee montna. Any person wno win tase
one pill each night fromj to 12 weeks may be re
stored to sound health, a such a thing be -possible.
Serrt hy mail for 8 ,leer stamps , IS. JOttN&ON
4 CO., Bangor, Me,,. , . ,. .. . ,,,
i l!H 1
'. There is no doubt about the great superiority of
this Article ever common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such as liniments, electrical ap
pliances. tc Ask physicians In your own locality
about a. - R la wonderful. - Sold br all DruKejsts,
ffUm 25 cents. . 1 ;
The Bounteoise and Minion tone on which this
paper was lately printed. It was made by the old
Jonneoft tvoe foundry. Of Phflademhla. and was
hot discorded keoause no longer fit for use, but en
.lr because It became neceBsarf to use different
styla of type; , $ will do good service for . several
yearn teeomei nwuinesoia in lots to sut pur
chasers.' and. in . fonts of 50 to 1 .OOOIbs. with or
Without eases. . Address) . OBSERVER,
two,. : . , ....... vu&none, jm. u.
s . CITY PROPERTY FOB SALK
Any person desiring to purchase a well improved
City Lot. House with nine rooms, and modem con
venlences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk ol the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at
,,decl8 , , THIS OFFICE.
OT1CE OF SEIZURE.
TJ. a INTERNAL REVENUE.
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina,
Btateswue, ivv.. April 8d, 1 87a
Seized for violation' of Internal Revenue Laws,
on April 2d, 1878:
' Two Mules. One Wagon and Harness and 24
boxes Manufactured Tobacco, the property of T.
M, Morris, . ..'j' .. .. ,v
. 'Notice is hereby elven to the owner or claimants
f the arj.ve described rpertj. to appear before
me at my omce on waiesvuiei ana jn&Ke 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. Yocsg, ,,,.,,-v.i st it; 1 -, "Collector.
apr4 8t inSQdys
(tr: U.S. INTERNAL REVENUE, 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, V
StatesviUe, N. April 2nd 87l j
, Seized for violation o( ; Internal Revenue Laws,
On April 1st, 1879: 8 boxes Tobacco, owner un
known ;! 4 bexes Tobacco, the property of E. Foe
Aen 2,000 Cigars, the property of R. M. GaQney;
one half barrel of Whiskey, owner unknown.
' Notice is hereby given to the owner or claimants"
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in Statesville, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same win be forfeited to the
United States. . . J. J, MOTT,
J. G. Yocne, ' - 'Collector.
apr2 8t InSOdys
3 Car Loads 1,320 Bushels
CHOICE BOLTED MEAL
R. M. MILLER 4 SONS. '
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- Address ,'
V i iV Charlotte, N. O.
Atbxns, Ga., December 8, 187
A lew nights since I mivA mv arkn aa j
Worm 01l7 8iii the vt A'. K"r""u"seofth,
AIKn .. ... ... r '."V W MVT
At the same time i .."wn
UttTe Klrl. four yearn oldTflnd.h- L" ,e .t im
worms from four to fifteen Inches long 's's
, WormOil for sale by DnjjMkts BfeSJ;IP
Pared by E. S. LYNDON, SS5i,lMaU'- r
onlr purely Yjbgetablb remedy known to soi
ence, thathas made radical and Permanent
Cubes of Syphilis and Scrofula in all thi,
. stages. , eir
It thorourhly removes mercury from
system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin dig-
Sold by druggists generally.
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HE WORKINGMAN'S f'RIEN f x
HE WORKINGMAN'S FR1EN I ).
In these days of political trickery, a true frlenri 1,.
the time of needis a friend hrfeedVano S"
a friend is
DR. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM ,x,ttH LUNGS.
It is a sure cure for .
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA
and all diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Throat.
This well known remedy has been used im thi
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No ease, however obstinate, can resist the he-it
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Remember that it Is the permsta, r ih
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A sore cure for nervous debBity, premature de
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SSSaSSST-Y .Addre8S REKVES
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TKAllfS GOING BAST.
I So. H
Date, Now 10,?78.
8.45 a m 1 6.55 p ni
8.20 am I 1 4.10pra
8 00pm 1 5.30 am
5.J!6pm I y.jJOam
-i? 'Zc)n2!BcU Salisbury with W.N.C.E.R. for
au pointe in Western North Carolina, dally except
Simtteys At Greensboro with B. & D. B. K. for all
Pomts North, East and West. At Goldsboro with
w. a w. k. . ior wuniington
Tfo. 4C6rihekda'a"fiiwnahirirn vifh p n r
Jklerdlpotots North, East and West.
' TRAINS GOING WEST.
ex. bun -
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
d47 a m
I 5.30 a m
Xi live Chaxlutte,
tS23ain iuVStrvui I
.h'Ari'iMt III HJ-MiM ,- 1'
No. 1 COBfieets at Greensboro with Salem
Bmachii' AtrCbartottB with C, C 6 A. K. B. for all
points South and Booth-west: at Alr-Llne Junction
f slt r-r
J ; NoJ 3-5onnec6 at tifflftW with w. N. C. B. R.
y vaa WvilRmjf aVa-V " iVU IJIIITJ ffUIlVUVl! "I'M
A. 4 C A. Li for all points1 bouth and South-nes;.
At Charlotte with C, C; AA. Railroad for all
points South and South-west
Leave GreehsborOvUiariy except Sunday, 8.50 piu
Arrive 8alemv " 10.60 pm
Greensboro, . . " 7 45 am
at Greensboro aylth trains on the R. 4
. i SUtKPJUa -CABS VflTHOCT CHANGE
New York and. Atlanta via Richmond? (ireensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 3 and
4 between NeW York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta. ' ?
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro, Raleigh.
Goldsboro, Beilsbriry and Charlotte, and at all
principal points South, South-west, west, North
unA !uar Var Bmtpi tn notnts li) Arkan
sas and Texas, address
3. at MACMURD0.
Gen. Passenger Agent,
CharLottx, COLtmBIA ARB ACGUSTA R. K. ,
Colombia, s. C, Dec. 27, lf'
. On and after Sunday; Det 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington time,) :
GoiNQ south, Na 1.
Leave Charlotte,' i . 1 00 a. m
.Arrive Columbia,. j.... j6 00 a. k
Leave Columbia 6 05
Arrive Augusta. ...::.... 10 00 a.
' GotKd NOBTH, No. 2.
Leave Aagastat....i..,.. 5 55 r.
Arrive Columbia. 1 0 00 ?
Leave Columbia, 10 10 p.
Arrive Charlotte,. . v 3 10 .
. ; : DAY PASSENGER.
GontO SOCTH, No. 3.
Leave Charlotte............ : 11 2" a.
Arrive Columbia.....':....... . '. 4 10 p.
Leave Columbia 4 15 f
Arrive Augusta.... ....... . . 8 30P
.-Oojara Nobth, No. 4. ,
Leave Augusta. 9 03 a.
Arrive Columbia 1 20 ?
Leave Columbia..... l 30 p
ArrivOCliarlotte.v.. 6 30 P.
These train step only at Fort Mill, Rock Hill.
Chester;! Winnsboro, Rldgeway, Leesvlile, Bates;
burg, Ridge Springs, Johstoa, Trenton and GranlK
ille. ,,All other stations will be recognized as M
stations.'" " '' .
v Pullman Palacy sleeping and drawing-room cars
ni Nos. 1 and 2, Greensboro to Augusta; also w
Jiosv8and4,New York to Savannah, via Ricn
mond A. -Georgia Central Railroad. '
i;.tUi 7Ti T. D. KLINE, Superintendent
' Ibq, B. MacMcbdo, G. P. Agent
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA, 1
Y&dkln County. f
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors ol
BenJamlB Sparks, deceased,
'! v. i-i ;ts. : "
The Helm at Law ot Benjamin Sparks, deceased
i-- 7 Konctojp raAi. awrnjaaaarr.
' It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court tha'
Ly"m Smmft, wife ot Paton Dimmit, Hann
veita vita or jonn eiift. jonn ouarJ, '
i .. . T 1 VnHn Inhn Qnariffl H
beth Redd Ik, wife of John BeddUare neus a. -in
this case and non-residents of the State, rt
s It is therefore on motion ordered by tne
that advertisement be made for six weeks m j
Chaklottx Obshhyxr, notlfjlng said deiwidsn
to appear at the cwrk's omce in ioj""""Vd jet
in twenty days after service of this noUee. awi
them take notice that li they fail to appeatti
them.'-' '" - 1 ; . ,nfi4V
Given under my hand and seal of office
klntiUe, this the lOthdaj of Peteuary Aio
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