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FRIDAY, MAY. 2, 1679.
Wadesboro is clear of debt v .
Nearly an inch of rain fell in
The Episcopalians of Anson ville are
speaking of building a . church.
A Robeson 0unty- negro died of eat-;
ins too many half-cooked peas. " ;
628,800 in old bonds were received
Tuesday at tha State treasury for ex
Aaron Johnson, colored, fell off of a
raft of logs in Lumber river and was
Rev. E. N. Joyner, of Pittsboro, de
clines the calls to Morgan ton and Co
Messrs. J. H. Forney and Barney
King, well-known citizens of Ruther
ford county, are dead.
Judge Dick lectured before the Young
Men's Christian Association of States
ville last Sunday night.
Mr; and Mrs. Wm. X., Bowden, of
Wilmington, celebrated theii silver
wedding Saturday evening.
Mr. Archie Taylor's two-story dwell
ing house, in Pender, was accidentally
destroyed by fire Sunday night. .
An unsuccessful attempt to burglar
ize the residence of Judge Fowle, of
Raleigh, was made Tuesday night
Mrs. Sarah C. McRorie, of Statesville,
a most excellent Christian lady, died
last Saturday of cancer of the breast
Mrs. Hicks, the wife of Mr. Wm. J.
Hicks, and daughter of Hon. George V.
Strong, died in Raleigh Tuesday night.
The Statesville Landmark says Uni
ted States District Attorney Lusk re
centlvgave an Iredell man $150 for a
The Raleigh Observer says the resi
dence of Dr. P. P. Peace, of Wake coun
ty, was destroyed by an accidental fire
last Monday. "...
Fayetteville proposed to settle her in
debtedness at 50 cents on the dollar, in
new bonds running 20 years and bear
ing 4 per cent, interest.
Anson county people have thus far
subscribed about $12,000 in bonds to the
Cheraw and Wadesboro Railroad, ac
cording to the Pee Dee Herald.
. t t f e o
,tori rurmijsmni to rxnss the border
sisked permission, to cross the border
and visit Dallas May day. The Gover
nor gave them a welcome permit.
The Robesonian states that Rev. Rog
er Martin, of Lexington, has been called
to take pastoral charge of the Pres
hvlerian churches of Shoe Heel and
Centre, Robeson county.
Mr. E. King writes a half column in
the Wilmington Sun to prove that he is
tbe author of the poem, "Stonewall
Jackson's Way," which has been , going
the rounds anonymously.
Wilmington Review: We learn that
twenty-five new members joined ne of
the Sunday schools in this city on Sun
day morning last, but of course the com
ing picnic season had nothing to do
Wilmington Review: The CaroUna
!! Yacht Club will hold their regular an
nual meeting for the election of officers
and arranging the date and place for
the regatta during the season, on next
Growing suspicious. Another Wil
mington paper, .the Review, comes to
the front with a story of a man leaving
a baby with a woman at the depot to
hold and then disappearing. Have read
of such occurrences before.
The Sun says a very large circle of
relatives and friends were grieved Tues
day over the receipt of a telegram
from Atlanta, Ga, announcing the death
at that place of Miss Sallie Kinyson, a
former Wilmington young lady.
There have been two affairs of honor
within a week at Clarkton, Bladen
county. The Robesonian says one of
the seconds came up the road last Mon
day, and getting off the train at Shoe
Heel, made his way into South Carolina.
The election of field officers for the
Fifth Battalion (colored) North Caroli
na State Guards was held in Wilming
ton, Tuesday, and resulted in the re
election of Geo. L. Mabson, Lieutenant
1 Colonel and in the election of M. N.
Levy, Major, in place of Major Abram
Raleigh Observer: More attention is
paid to tne-farms n'ear the city this sea
son than has heretofore been given
them, and the display of early vegeta
bles is 1 tine. Farming operations are
. not well advanced, and the late rain
was opportune, as it was much needed.
From present indications the area of
land planted in cotton will be even less
than last year. The wheat and oats ap
pear to be in good condition.
Yibi&Tgto -$4 .Our co-respondent
at Whitetfille sends us hews bt a fatal
accident which happened at that place
on the 28th ult. Seymour Patterson, a
colored bfakeman, fell from the top of
a box car to the track below, ancf the
moving wheels of the train passed over
his body He was terribly crushed, his,
right leg being mashed into a jelly from
ine root up to -ine Knee, ana his arms
and shoulders broken and bruised. He
livfed in this condition" f or three hours.
Geo. Davis was arrested Monday, at
Wilmington, charged with having sto
len A mail bag from the South Carolina
Ilailtoad train a few days ago. After
lodging the prisoner in jail the officer
.rewTOeaw.ijnariestpn, and irom mror-
mation he had received recovered the
bag from a hole
e in which it had been
buried, near Vardella ,reek,-on the
outskirts of Charleston. The bag con
tained over one hundred letters' and na-
, persDay is was -a .train hand, and is-
supposed to nave taken the bag from
,xne man ngenrs car.
'".The Haleieb Observer savsfarrtr-!
! ernorliH reprieved;, the tChabeliail
Durgiara unuiiie loin aay ot,Jiar?-He
uuu mi upon -tne earnest pre
sentations ot their counsel, thai
had made no
lair the penitentiary. TheiTwere- strong
y lusouie luauoujf tueir menus upon the
lnlessentnherr;awf ursentence. The
Governor has also repneved until tho
3l8t of October, Kobt Boswell, who. was
to have been hanged at Hillsboroi to
day. - . I
Wilmington flifar; Considerable dam
age was, done at Fayettevilledp. Mn2
day, by & he-rty rain storm, whieh exfm
menced about midnight Sunday. . The
first serious result from the stormrwas
the breaking o the darn, of, JMim's jnill
pond, situated on Blount's creek. The
water rushed through the break into
the creek and into -Mallett's mill pond,
owned ,by Messrs. McKethan & Son.
carrying away the bridge over the pond
down the creek the railroad bridcre was
washed away, and also the half-way
. bridge between Fayetteville and the'
r river. Probably the most damage was
1 done at Hill's mills, where the dam was
a . broken, the . water undermining and
washing put tne eartn ana muars,near'
preparation -for deatlub.l?l',2i.,'Mjn lonisoanseK
bey would have thetfieni. &X2&. , X
to iifeimDrisowmf.4 tIy. ,Si&J-rv
. V,,Q,r nnrlpr thft mill house, leavs Jtrupuons, etc, maicaie lmpoYmwuurom wu pois-
, ., ly half way Unuer uxe onlng of the blood and should be removed by Dr.
r incf the building in a very precarious Buivl Blood Mixture, which strengthens the blood
. rtonctlnn. - -JS--'- " " and keeps lt always pure. ,
ww liiii a a wmw m.- r i
ftbife ciWttt if items.
contributed $100 to
Walterboro. ... . ., . . - ;
Mr. George McCormick, aged 84, is
Chester's oldest citizen.
Ar Chester county boy, while out hun
ting, captured a pure white rabbit,
'"'ThestooMr John ilMcCarley,
of Winnsboro, was burglarized last
fnniiav Tiierht and robbed of 625. Two
negroes have been arrested.
t obf inTidftv Mr. Saker LewisJof Ma-
fionywhffhjw beetf of tery feeble mind
for the last1 ten years, committed sui-
cide by snooting uiiuseu. wim guu. t,k.
f json of Mr. J. B. Kennedy, of Ches
ter, has suffered the ignominy of being
thrown bv a calf, which he was break
ing, and , having an arm broken. This
from tne tteporier.
A young man named Jordan Green,
livingat Ellenton, killed his brother-in-law,
Wm. Casey, last Sunday, on ac
count of Casey's alleged ill-treatment of
his wife, Green's sister.
At a primary election held in Sumter
last week, Dr. J. J. Bossard was nomi
nated as a candidate for State Senator,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Judge Fraser.
Thomas Mvers (colored), constable
f0ririjj"gtjp.g-t Allendale. ' while at-
tempting to arrest i acolored matt-nam-A'lnrsidn6iL
satnrdav last, shot McCradv. who has
since died. Myers says he resisted trim,
and he had to shoot in sen-aeiense.-T.annastsr
Ledaer: The iron for lay
in? down the track upon the Cheraw &
Chester Railroad to the Catawba river,
has been secured, and a portion of it is
now beine delivered. Up to the pres
ent time $30,000 of the first mortgage
bonds have been sold. These bonds are
now held at eiehtv-five cents on the
Hollar. Fishiner creek bridee is pro-
cressinff raoidlv. and will be completed
in a few weeks. The business of the
road is good and exceeds the expecta
tions of its most sanguine mends,
Gen. Beauregard is said to be making
arrangements for the removal 01 tne
Louisiana lottery from New Orleans to
At a private dinner given to Senator
Wade Hampton, tn Washington, theije
were present Senator and Mrs. Blaine,
Gail Hamilton and General and the
Misses Schenck. ,
M r. O'Neill, the actor, who imperson
aieu jurist m iucriuuxi, j.
performed in St. Louis; has Deeir nnea
cr , ' ..! J:
asoo ior vioiaune a ciiy urumauuc iui-
ot tms aescnp-
tion. An appeal has been taken to
Miss Adelaide eilson Has been en
gaged by Max Stiakosch to give 100
performances in this country! 4ujring
the ensuing dramatic season, begin
ning on the 6th of next October. The
manager says that "these performances
will constitute Miss Xeilson's farewell
tour in America."
Miss Thursby's success in Paris
seems to have been phenomenal. She
is mentioned in the correspondence of
English papers,-as ; well as the loca
iournals, with such enthusiasm as to
justify the belief that Paris is not used
to the musical excellence wnicn Amer
ica is accustomed to.
Miss Bessie Cojikling, only daughter
of Senator Roscoe Conkling, was mar
ried at Utica, N. Y., Wednesday, to
Superintendent Oakman, of the Dela
1 warp. Lackawanna and Western Rail
road. Senator Conkling's wedding
present to his daughter is a handsome
residence at Utica.
Col. Mosby is accused by a lady, who
writes from" Hong Kong to a friend in
Norristown, Pa o sitting with his
feet on the table when American gen
tlemen call to pay their respects. "At
the table," continues the letter, an ex
tract from which is printed in the
Norristown Herald, "he does the most
dreadful things, among the rest uses
his napkin instead of a pocket hand
The Appearance of Col. Atetni Slayer.
Atlanta Constitution, 30th.
At this juncture there was a slight
commotion near the door, to which at
once all eyes were directed. The defen
dant, Cox, was seen making his way
with difficulty through the crowd, fol
lowed by a couple of bailiffs. He came
forward to the rail of the clerk's desk,
and after shaking hands with several
friends and some of his counsel, quietly
took a seat.
His appearance is very much altered
from what it was at the time of the
homicide. Thenhis face was well sun-
Durnea ana nis oiacK, wavy nair was
long and Texan like. He was fleshy, and
therefore appeared even of less stature
than he is. He usually wore a very ge
nial, pleasant smile upon his face, and
his carriage was self-reliant and active.
As he entered the court room yester
day his ordinary acquaintances would.
hardly have recognized him. His ill
ness and confinement in jail have
Dieacuea nis complexion; nis hair was
ciose irimmeo, ms race wore an, ex
pression of pain, and his forehead now
Land then had anxious - -contraetions
about the brow. - jTJp. baa Inst, mnsirlpr-
able fleshand'Tool& taller, and his bear
ing is that of a man, hampered by.the
consciousness - that he is surrounde by
dire and unenviable circumstances.
Once in awhile some beguiling remark
irom one jdi ms counsel would cause a
smile or silent laugh to come to him,
but almost immediately his face would
resume an even deeper cravitv. as
thrtorii 'h ' inwArdl-rWihirt "him.
r. ; i.Tf; rr
nipnaeri whAn ho nnti that v.i0 ,.rit
pleased when he noted
ana sister had entered ' the court room
and taken seats near to him.
He was the tarcet for the nui-inns
eyes or the great assembly, and everv
is. ll.-J. A A . " ' m .
uem .uiai.. wear. iajnaEje-un. his appear-
auwi.careiuiiy noteo. Dy these m-
tluiriEgy giances. seldom faced the
crowd andthe consciousness that ho
;ras thtiaf the cyljostfr, ot tbe occasion
peemeu mj annoy him-as much as any-
vuiujj cibb uunng n& AbY. tie gave
V iPm to the
I Kansas CltV Times -one of thft Hvoliosr
TSVaTif TToforffi cVS TT " '
says of ipxesehtative-Sfce,--Bpeech)
oui oi ine tzreac numnor of snooohos
delivered rinihe House on the two ap
propriation billfi, that made by Steele,
of North Carolina, was the best of any
member from the South. It ousht to
ba read by very jproratn, mn and child
iprui, i5Qatnarafloi4vvest. it was
bold and manly; courteously sarcastic,
cutting wherever it touched like a polr
IShed blade nf r.hn aharnest ' steel. Tho
vindication of his State ; was ;truiy pa
triotic and statesmanlyC Since tthere
tirement of Martin I. Townsend from
Congress, Steele wears the belt for wit
ana iiumor. He, is one or the most pop? '
1 : 1 .,!f TT...i. t
likes him personally, even the most bit
ter Radicals admire his open, blunt and
candid manner." And closes by saying
he is tne head or ms aeiegauon.
j. t;:; I ,I1-J
tri-v1 ' I m s X il' '..I fit
v By every eonslderatlon of profit, if not of proprl
etv. that vhlp.h sustains and stxensthens the sva
tern should be absolutely pure. Boils, Pimples,
2c : r.
INTRODUCED, 1 865. ;
la the fruitful source of ntuy diseases, promt
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AQUt AND ftVtHt
JAUNDICE, PiLtS, KntUMA 1 loWl, iviUHti .vm
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
looaenoaa, Pain in the Head, accompanied i t
with Dull sensation iothe back part.Pam ,
in the right aide and under the shoulder- ;
blade, fullneaa after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind, Irri
tabiIityof temper, Ikw spixita. Iioaa of
n abiott. with a feeluu: or navnnK negiecieoi n
e tha ..,
eyea. YeUow BMn, Headache generally 3
over the right eye, Restless nea t jnight
with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WABin&es ABE TJNHEEDEB,
.SERIOUS DISEASES. WJLkQON BE.DWEL9PED.
are especially adapted tv such
cases, a single do effects
such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
mpoanaed from snbstRBiea tba
free front any properties tho can injure
tbe inest delicate organization. Titer
8earch,;icanse, Purify, and luviemie
iha nrt Kvateui. Bt relieving tbe en"
gorged l.lrer, they cleanse the Jlood
from poisonous humors, and thus Import
health aid vitality to the body, causing
the -bowels to act naturally, "Without
which no one can feel well.
little futb). . I am Jiosr a well man.
tite, digeetioa pqtkxt, iui'iM9U,
I have gained loft? vau Ads &iiQ'Mh.
at are worth their weif htin gold.
AIT, A. MM BXJJiraJlx, luuJ, f.
is near! awed, aotrby thei
e,ase the Appet'--
l leKii, tiaufe ie
eir Tonic Ac.
the Uljtesttye ui
ire. Organs, Itceulnr
DR. J.T. HAYWOOD,
i OF NEW YORK, (SAYS-
V i "TeW disease exist th&t cannot be feli6e by re.
Storing the LiTer to its normal functions, and for
j thisanrpoee no remedy has ever bwwi iorented that
( Eayis bappr an effect aa TUrTi
SOLO EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
fifQ6e3 Murray Street. pVw York.
' pr-r.TTJTT'S MANUAL of TaluHWe Infor
mation and Useful Receipts " will be mriled frt
OaaT HaIB OB WHT8XKBS changed to
Ttt rK h a siiuna asrlliaatiSniof t
Dte. It im.
parts a Natural Colot, ata tnstantaneously, and is
as Harmless as spring water. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by exores on receipt of L
Office, 35 Murray St,, New York.
apr 1 ly.
DR. C. McLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSrEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain s n the lerc
side ; the patient is 'rarely able to lie
on the left side : sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
and sickness: the bowels in general
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax ; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
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 or a pffcTcly sensation of the
c Blf.iT-jhjs;sprrt9 ajelflvf ; and although
ne is satisnea mat exercise wouia dc
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to' fry t.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few pf them existed, yet exam
ination of the body! after death, has
'shown the liver to have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague ' and ' Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give themTAiR trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
. Theeouine-AtfiLPeyecsugar coated.
Every f bo ,ha3 arfedwaaSeal on the
lid.-'witTrthe'ime&roft "M. McLane's
LiyEg Pittas, it - j
"Th genuine McLkAs EiVEk Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLane and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the- genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming, Bros.,, pf .Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name JHcLane, spelled differently but
A QKEEN HOtJSE'ANri "
,S E E J S T, 0 3 E
It YOUR POST OFFICE.
HOSES ! 5ROSES !
Bou and Bd,!. cuolce "
of uTeTOunt "u"ougn V10 man to any part
. C B. FArRCHTLD, -'V -Vghi.
n . - Seedsman and Florist, v
WRa 23 2m.,, .... Baleigh, N. C
I UJ I
THAN ETXB. ?
fcAd otter TnrilTTiumii tenn:iril.t- rtli
aKimt reeeired, a fair barrels of Barf Fostefi CD-
n : . ! BKST BTX WBISXBT.
" 1 iNetft door below Wllaotia'! old stand. '
and bis ttaa were crossing an
arm of; the Bed Sea, and U waters were f ouq4
ill .i-il.AI Off, n .1 . .,nt T'W'J-fioTiD'! i v"
own prancing weed and ordered nu omeersw ra-
dlate In search of the shallow waters. The one
that found himself -to swimming water was as
much lU bisllneof as W who foiiiid theliign-
; 0t shoal, bui lt was to the' position l Oteiatler
that all soon flocked for protection from the swell
ing tide. So, when the municipal year Is'drawlng
to a close arid the efflclent Mayor Is looking around
t ot a worthy etthan to wear bis mantle, he eettain-
-y!-i;i W : -.'l i ,i.',--- ii.-J I
ly expects the members of the mercantile fraterni.
tj to be Tlgllant in selecting a good stock of
; FAMILY -
GEf)C E iR I E S
- AND 8UPPLn5S,
rthafe very family can be supplied without pay
' tog exorbitant prices; wherefore,
F. B. Alexander & Co.,
not a member of which firm has ever offered or
had his name mentioned in connection with the
to the Valley of Virginia for
to the best North Carolina Mills for fine Family
to their Mountain Store for Butter, Eggs, Chickens,
Hams, Ac, aadtb Headquarters tor Coffee, Sugar,
Lard, &, and have found on Trade Street a high
shoal where every buyer may flee and save himself
from the dangers of the swelling tide In prices.
, Charlotte, N. C., April 17, 1879.
MADE EXPRESSLY FOB FAMILY USE AND
ANY OTHER BRAND ON THE MARKET.
Call and get a sample package free.
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
Fine Oranges and Lemons, Cocoanuts, Bananas,
Malaga u rapes, cnoice candies.
Don't fail to call and get the largest piece of Soap
anu me nest soap, ror oc, m town.
Choice Jellies In buckets. Also French Mustard
and a full line of Canned Irrmta, such as
Pears, Pine Apples, Quince, Peaches.
Also Corn, Tomatoes Graham
Flour, Oat Meal, Marrow
When you want Choice
C R AC K E R S
, LeROY DAVIDSON.
CREAM CHEESE. MACCARONL
Every' one admits mine the best stock of
In town. Anything you want at
Be sure to try those
Pat up ln Frederlcksburr, V, and pronounced
win wcok crcr sum m vnanone. i nave ati unds
of - Pickles, s Also Sugars, Coffees (roasted and
kxuuuu w oruer ana raw.) uacon,-ttams, Jflour,
t . a' h - , , i LeROY DAVIDSON.
BATTLE, It D.i
.. ; ' ' -..) 1
repwred his office to the first -Soor over
the Traders' National Rnlr mn Im -t'wmA Hm
all hours dUrins? the dav. anA at hla matrlanM Ana.
thn uu"uu wuege sneeo, at night -
- ; ... iu.lt
' PEGR AM &r G0.,
Have now to store a nice and complete stock of
Hats, Trunks & TraVeling Bags.
Wlth them you can find
THE BEST STOCK
Celebrated Ladles', Misses' and Children's Shoes
They also keep Miles'. Burt's, Holbrook & Lud
low's, and other best brands. Gents wIU find there
the Miner, McCullough A Ober, Canfleld, and
Miles' band-made Boots and Shoes. Also
THE CELEBRATED AND POPULAR
"Call sure before buying. Orders have personal
April 9, 1879.
PEGRAM & CO.
SPRING STYLES !
THE LARGEST STOCK EVER EXHIBITED
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
Will do welT 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. 8. FORBES, Agent,
Smith 4 Forbes' Old Stand, Trade St
FEE SIMPLE DEEDS,
MOST APPROVED FORM.
Just Printed and For Sale at the
'TOP AT THE
'Salisbury, N. C.
C S. Bbowh, Proprietor,'
Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.
!. 8. Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W.
O. Shelburn As-
8 Car Loads 1,820 Bushels
"l : ipHOICE BOLTED MEAL
iost received. :
R. M. MILLER SON a
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
. " .i GROCERIES an CONFECTIONERIES
NOT T03 LATE TO PLANT.
A full buddIt strn on hand.
Also the justly cele
t , -V j. BA JAB JAPAN TEA.
Also fine Strained Honey. 1
: ' it - - .
8. M. HO WELL'S.
;.,;) T,fii.'?ffct-.uhu.Uj.U.is...u; C -U- !
t:!l i'.vV'it j,,.';;.'! fi-ii i'
; f j-AT THE-
JNO. EROOKFIELD & CO
Friday, Satu day and Monday, April 25, 2fi, & 28.
We take great pleasure In Informing our friend
and the public generally that our new stock
has arrived and Is complete.
We cordially Invite a'l to Inspect our large and
well selected assortment, consisting of
CHINA. GLASS AND CROCKERY,
PLATED WARE AND CUTLERY,
TIN, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Lamps, Buckets, Chandeliers, etc., etc.,
All of which we will offer very low, at prices to
suit the times.
will do well to give us a call, as we are prepared
AS LOW AS ANY NORTHERN HOUSE.
JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO.
Charlotte, N. C, April 24, 1879.
Bishop D. S. Doggett (Southern Meth.)
It Is an excellent corrective of Indigestion. Have
used lt with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Mangum, Prof. University of N. C.
I concur with Bishop Doggett In his estimate of
the Vest Pocket Cure.
Rv. E. A. Yates, P. E. N. C. Conference.
It has benefitted me. Send another package.
Rev. Leroy M. Lee, D. D., Meth. Hlst'n.
I am never without lt at home or abroad. It Is
an antidote to indigestion, uneasiness arter a
meal or purging Is checked and the bowels regula
ted. Its merits are attested by numbers of high
character. I have seen a "tried-everythlng" dys
peptic of fifteen years relieved by one dose.
Rev. Drs. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
It Is endorsed by the direct personal testimony
of men of national fame and of strictness of
SDeech. It is not too much to say that no medicine
ever had such -support In Its favor as a specific.
Tbe word of any one of tne eminent cu vines wno
underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weight Their united witness lolned with the ex
. perimental use and approval of the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt It is,
beyond question, a wondenui therapeutical agent.
-ismtors ueugious uenuo, va.
Rev. R. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. Sid. CoL, Va.
Tt is hlchlv esteemed here by the regular Medi
cal Faculty and the people. It Is excellent for in
digestion and flatulent colic sedative, soporific,
tonic, slightly aperient without nausea.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
For sale by:
DR. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
ODELL, RAGAN & CO., Greensboro, N.'C.
THEO . KLUTTZ, Salisbury, N. C.
mar 20 d&w tL
Notice Is hereby given that an election will be
hld nn thft first Mondav in Mar. (being the 5th
day of the month), 1879, at the usual polling
places in the several wards of the city or unariotte,
for Mayor and a Board ol Aldermen ior tana ciiy.
Ward No. 1 Registrar, John L Elms.
Inspectors Dr. M. M. Orr, S. M. Howell, A. E.
Ward No. 2 Registrar, H. B. Williams.
InsDectors John L. Morehead. Dr. William
Sloan, A. B. Davidson.
Ward No. 8 Registrar, B. P. Boyd.
Inspectors R. M. Oates, J. H. Carson, M. A
Ward No. 4 Registrar, R. P. Waring.
Inspectors J. Y. Brrce, Bufus Barrlnger, B, B.
M. E. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
RR. SMITH, Mayor.
March 2S. 1 R7fl. de,
BREAD, CAKES AND FEES, fresh every day.
XI7E can with confidence recommend them as
- T t the very best manufactured, using none but
the very heat materials.
W. N. PRATfCEB,
Trade Street, first door above tbe old Market
SMITH'S WORM OIL,
Athens, Gi., December s ik
A few nights since I gave mv son r, , '
Worm Oil, and the next Tday he n-Lssefof "
arge worms. At the same time 1 Hixtee
little girl, four years old. and The naltfi T,to
worms from four to fliteen tichle(i ty-si
fliteen inches lone-
Worm Oil for
sale by DrugILIJPS.
FN DON, AtbeSM nera!1-v- Pre
pared by E. S. LYNDON
rnee 25 cents,
Is a perfect Blood Purifier, and is the
only purely Vegetable remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cures of Syphilis and Scrofula in all their
"It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin dis-
Sold by druggists generally.
THE WORKWOMAN'S FRIENtT
HE WORKWOMAN'S FRIExD'.
In these days of political trickery, a i fn..... ...
sue ume or need, is afrlend indeed-anrt s,,"',,"1
DR. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM fothe LUNGs.
It is a sure cure for
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMv
and all diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Tin,,,,,.
This well known remedy has been used fnr tt.i,
Jo case, however obstinate, can resisf tho i
& Parties Dr. Wm. Hairs" Balsam"' ,,
caisam that cures the worst cases.
of i lie
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO..
8 College Place, New York.
For sale by L. R. Wrlston & Co., Charlotte. N. c,
Feb. 20-dtw3m. '
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling-and buying Mines, Lands and nonses.
cost, all properties placed in my
hands for sale.,
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
Charlotte. N. C.
Advertise free of
TF YOU WISH to engage in an honest, genteel
r KUi!?esi' 311(1 mbke Plety of money during
uuuuujiVKuu your aaaress 10
RANDOLPH & CO.,
107, 4th av.. N. Y.
. READER ! BEFORE BUYING A
PIANO on ORGAN
Do not fail to send for mv latest 90 nam tllnstnitwl
Newsnaoer with much valuable Information free
New Pianos, $125. $135 and upwards. .New Or
gans, $65 to $440. Be sure to write me before
Duymg elsewhere. Beware of Imitators. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J.
AGENTS WANTED for the best and
selling Pictorial Books and Bibles.
reduced 3a per cent
AGENTS WANTED for Smith's Bible Dictiona
ry and Holman's new
Prices reduced. Circulars
& CO., Philadelphia.
free. A. J. HOLMAN
If RICH 10
Parson's Purgative Pills 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 nealth. If such a thing be possible.
Sent by mall for 8 letter stamps. I. S. JOHN&0X
& CO., Bangor, Me.
There is no doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such as liniments, electrical ap
pliances. Ac. Ask physicians in your own locality
about lt It is wonderful. Sold by all Druggists,
Price 25 cents. ap22-4w
The Bourgeoise and Minion type on which this
paper was lately printed. It was made by the oia
Johnson type foundry, of Philadelphia, and waa
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 service for several
years to come. It will be sold In lots to sui pur
chasers, and In fonts of 60to l.OOOIbs. with or
without cases. Address OBSERVER.
oct5 Charlotte, C.
Yy ELL IMPROVED
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
Any person desiring to purchase a well improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern coii
venlences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, witnin
five minutes walk of the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at
declS THIS OFFICE.
CALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUSIT
AL DWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL II0LbA
Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets,
Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
.CHARLOTTE, N. C,
S. P. CALDWELL..
This house Is permanently established and ode"
all the conveniences and comforts of a first-cl3-"
Persons visiting the city win n
It a pleasant borne.
Permanent boarders want
Can be furnished with rooms.
RATES Per day, transient i.so.-- i room
$6.00. Regular-tabler 813.00; board .nu
per month, l.uu.
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