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THURSDAY. MAY M87T
,f I f number3. MM
mi,-nf Hntv wonerlv eomme
ces with duty to self; next, duties to
family; next, auties to State or cauntry,
and then duties to humanity. .Thus,
according to sound ethics, runs the log
ical order of the duties of man.
It may be said that self-love widens
into love of family, this into love of
State or patriotism, this into Jove of
ion whipfi ia nhilanthroDY. The col
umn' nf dntv to stand firm must have
T4- ia nnoAnnri on.l illnfrifta for k man t
love his fellof-maojirtt Njgj
last, and it is aally illogical WkM
to love country first and family last, or
family first and himself last The
Greeks and Romans made this mis
take, that they taught their children to
elevate country above family. . mnctr
ism was unduly magnified. Hence, trie
i,,r ratinr linon its apex rather
Mft rSf Al toe the special ones that belong to the per-
i bSederatood bittfer We duties ' sSbafity of the Godhead The external
thSTmaS oSS Ob himself, and to his duties which we, owe to. God, are com
tSmily Greecrand Rome would have prehended under the mtom of the Bi
iamuy, ureece im xvw r words worship God. This
lie victories: would nave Deen uivestw
iooa efliat on historic Dase : but the
national life would have been sounder,
purer &nd-&tronger,and tli&Oiyi"
tion might have wiUiBtoott .tUeTvlqws
that eventually shivered it' lAto snjerej
fragments. The ethics of Greece and
Rome, so much admired by certain phi
losophers, exhibit this inherent cLeiect
nnAa Af TnO PirP M.IM1 lrilLlCU. LAJ LUC VVAi- I
trp whereas, in all true philosophy and
"ethici the centre the point , of
Ideparture, just as all life begins with
the germ and expands into the develop
ed organization, ine- practical uuuw
which we owe to humanity and society
in general, mav be comprehended under
the two ntipJesH-kihirtes and-rt
spect. We are commanded, in the 2s ew
Testament, to do good unto all men as
we have the opportunity. This com
mand may be considered as involving
idl those duties that are included under
the term kindness; for instance, it em
braces sympathy with humanity. Even
a heathen philosopher is represented as
saying that he was human and that he
esteemed nothing human foreign to his
nature. If that be the creed of a heath
should it ha Jttn creedot a, Christian.
Hence syTripfctrry for tHefr fellows is
proper for the children. pf, God.,..
man is at liberty to be-cbreieiss in re
gard to the interests of humanity. It is
his duty to help his fellowmen because,
the person assisted isf a" fellow-taan."
Hence the duty of sympathy, "of charity
and of acts of practical' benevolencef
Hence the minor duty of courtesy to all
men. The JNew Testament, teu& u j& wp usuutvpveu wie yvj Miu3iB
he courteous, to be Ditif ul. Hence the conciliation of man with hismaKer. i
duty of contributions to spread the Gos-
i V f i . t r x i i j e
pel m roreign pans, nence tue uuiy ol
contributing to the interests of human
ity in general, as far as in us lies, ; Jle
who confines his sympathies to his own
country, does not allow them to bedbnie
wide enough. Our sympathies should
extend to every part of the globe wher
on men bearing God's image are lefc
it be borne in mind that the charity
which we owe to our fellow-men should
exist and be maintained in regard to
their motives as well as their acts. A
charitable Judgment is as much the
duty of the Christian as a charitable
act. A dishonest judgment soils the
name no less than a dishonest act. The
other duties may be considered as com
ing under the head of respect.
This duty is contained in the com
mand in the New Testament, " honor
all men." Ethics teaches this duty. The
duty rests on the principle that man is
made in the image of the Creator ; that
there is a spark of divinity inusali
When we honor a man or woman we
do not h6hoT"tfiCtnTISCuia "srfengTh of
other. What we are called upon to hon
or is the divinity that is lodged in, each.
If now we are called upon to honor Jfll
men, it follows that we are not at lib
erty wantonly to assail one another,
either in person or reputation. Hence
the sin of uncalled for aggression.
Hence the sin of personal mutilation.
Hence the greater sin of seduction, and
rape. Hence the sin of lying. The Bi
ble says "lie not one to another." In the
lie there is a double offence ; it is in
sulting to the person deceived, because
you have failed to honor him, and it is
a grievous damage to the person deceiv
ing, because he puts a stain on his own
soul, and ; violates a' command of God.
Some moral philosophers argue that we
may deceive a horse, but not a man. A
higher system of ethics teaches that we
should not deceive even an animal, not
because the animal is dishonored, but
Jbecause we injure Ourselves by the act
of deception. Hence the obvious duty,
in line, of honoring and respecting all
those who bear the image of the Crea
tor. When we have done good unto all
men, as we have opportunity, and when
we have honored all men, then have we
fulfilled that royal law contained in the
proposition, "owe no man anything."
When the Bible commands us to owe
no man, it .does not mean, to discharge
only pecuniary obligations, but it fur
ther includes that long catalogue of du-
iica iAsiujicuciiueu uiiuer ane general
term of kindness or respect for human
ity. A !.!.-, It j
Duties to nature.
It maybe aid that Gouhay revealed
himself itit all shapes 'and "forms in the
Bible, which is the revelation of grace,
and in nature, which is the revelation
of wisdom and power. Whatever is
God's work, man is bound to resffect.
Nature is His handiwork, and hence
the obligation of man to respect na
ture, Hence it is a sin to mar humani
ty as God's work, equally is it a sin to
mar nature, whieh is likewise .God's
work. Man is, therefore, bound ftot' to
mar nature wantonly and unnecessari
ly. He who mutilates the 'human: fig
ure, or darkens the human mind, or
ouiiJia uiu jiuuicuj sow, commits an ac-
s kuQ wiedged sin. It is not lesssWfil&a
wanton humor to deface a gem to
grind .a pearl, to powder, to break a
crystal, of ; thrush a jflower. llliwho
entsdowna magnificent 'oak, a lordly
pine or a graceful, elm. or he who wan
tonJy spoils a beautiful landscape, com
mits a sin. The conqueror in his march
when he rudely ravages the land, com
mits a sin. .Hence the crime of an At
tila or of a Sherman. s
. Ethics takes the- ground that it is a
. sin maUciously.to Oestroy any.of .aa-
tures works.;beeause nature's works
- 2ZGodn worktfc-But this is not ail
that we owe to natare.Tfcere ! are cer
.al!aUesof anacJcharacteMof 4
tement under our command, whether
they edge tJ u In the Bbfape f spirits
lTVke ASe rVlMcXan;
Jlmw FranklimdW a rfchteou thing,
when he chained lightning, and Watts,
whh?.8ugsterthe Power of steam;
, .. andidtonwhen he appliedriti to the
i ; hoaUd:MoMwheaihe madtha
surface of the earth as 'sensititB 'with
tSa1!? w- wira,.as 18 the human bodv
with Its nekworkof nervj TTov,a nn -uL
fnasters in science, from a Bacon down
JStHSSF apone yirtuoua things.
Key n?tural elements s&
'Tri SomIort and happiness tof
me Itisfurther ourtluty to aevelorj
ana beautify .nature. J flnrt
f aVd exPect8 s to secure the han
Paevelotmrt.'Sn i,- " J1
-ShSSS.-11? t,hrowa upon uthe laty 8
ite!1?2"1114116-.. Art Performs its
- lughest mission when it seeki toem
ellisU nature. Z 1
3ts in this: that he held the mirror up
natnrf" AVe are bound further to ex
plore? and intent-gate to nature ifirthec
nt. ftf scieiice.' lt lr unnecessary to
fone of hi hjghesc duties.jienjiBne
Sects totwringjfrm earthiocearf or-aig
its mvstexioHrfsectets. Bttt thefBis jetf
higher 4uty that! we owira&.j
lAaty to look<iM
ture as a moral and religious wacner.
It is his duty to use nature as a school
of instruction. Its. unvaryingcharacter
may teach him constancy and consist
on nv Ti a nniftt and calm is sueeestive
of mental and moral repose. .It foun
der and lightning' may teach'-marither
dutv or eiana ana sinmng euuiw
life. Its silence may teach
ramce. Its auiet and steaa;
In fines we
tare, i The
like Newton looked tfirougn nature up
to nature's God and became as little
children : ; r
Duties to God. , . - , ...- n ,
It may be said that man's ffitties to
ncui inrrlvidfl all his otfiCT -duties : plus
nnfrard rihafcrvVlTlftest' to-' All (thds TB
Iigious rites aM'ceremonies, wMchGod
has commanded, arid-which' are earned
rwnf in ttu parthlv church. Hence our
dutv fottenorjfeB public worship of
ftfli tanebver tihrinz the services,
and to bend the knee or bow the head
in Tvravfir. Kilt
there are higher auues
than t.iipsp. Thfise mav be considered
thy heart, with all they soul.
- " . m
it now to conform
conform to his commands, aY repealed.
to us in tne court or consuieuuwi uu
God's written word; to look to inward
purity, to do all those things wnicn are
upd&oaiasominjrmndei the head
of hitorals and feligion.' Irf fine,to an
nounce a comprehensive proposition,
man's paramount duty is to subordi
nate his will to the divine will. - Made
as man is, in the mental" ahcl moral im
age of God, fashioned in a diving mould,
it is his duty to endeavor to reach that
sinless condition in whichTie ' was be-'
fore they. came upon him that great
moral disaster, called the fall. Philo
sophically considered, the fall- ;fnans
thai man's nature became dionooooiatod
from the divine nature.. Hence, in
is to brinsr about a re-union be-
tfw'e&n 'hfsbwfr'Aaluie and the di
vine nature; toy bring himself in
harmony with God. This result, we are
taught to believe, may be consummated
through Christ. The Biblical sugges
tion is that Christ" grand sacrifice, in
making God's mercy consistent with
ro consummate uns crowning recon- i
ciliation, this after all is the duty of
duties. J. P. T.
Wash. Special of 5th to Richmond Dispatch.!
The Democratic programme may be
now regarded as settled. First of all,
the caucus bill is to be passed, and if
the President shall sign it, then the
army appropriation bill is to be pushed
through without debate. That will
leave only the legislative appropriation
bill, which is now in the hands of the
Senate appropriations committee. This
will then be pushed through the Senate,
with necessary amendments, with as
little delay as possible on the part of the
Democrats, and the Democrats of the
House will co-operate in getting it to
the President as soon asopoesible. He
will certainly veto it. because of what is
known as the political sections. The
Democrats in this emergency will fol-
lojBLJeurse adopted in the ease of
in regard to the jurors test oath and
the deputy marshals and supervisors cf
elections. The President will not'ob
ject to the repeal of the jurors' test oath,
nor will his party , in Coneress make
a serious fight against it, but both will
exhaust all party devices and constitutional-
prerogatives to prevent any
change in the election laws which will
deprive the Republican party of the
opportunity of throwing into Philadel
phia and New -York and other cities at
the presidential election of 1880 thou
sands of Republican strikers, repeaters,
xc, armea witn tne authority of deputy
marshals and paid out of the Federal
treasury, to bulldoze" aiid intimidate
honest Democratic voters.
Mua cipal Flection Monday.
The Democrats earned Raleisrh. hav
ing eleeted.ll opt of 17 aldermen. This
insures the election of a Democratic
mayor. On thesame day the people vo
ted to tax themselves one-tenth of one
per cent, for the suDDort of the nublic
graded schools. -
The Democrats carried Tarboro, elec
ting four out' of simimissioners.
At Goldsboro the Democrats elected
six out of nine aldermen.
,x'- Ar Ureenshoro thd 6roV'mhf6T,,!atvd
board of aldermen were re-elected. The
vote was: Mayor Dodson, 177 ; Menden
hall, 51. Aldermen Eikel, 217 ; Scott,
1904 Eldidge. 170; Yates, 183; Sikes,
167; Cunningham, 223.
Thf Entire- Democratic ticket was
elected m Fayetteville, withr W.;
Jvyle as mayor. -
At Weldon all the commissioners
elected are Democrats.
r? Stimulate the Sluggish KUnrys.
in addition to its ionic and cathartic properties,
Hostetter's Stomach-Bitters exercises a beneficial
Influence upon the kidneys and bladder, when they
arelnactive, by stlmulaUng. them to renewed ex
ertion, thus re-opening, as It were, a sluice lor the
escape of impurlggs whose regular channel of exit
Is the organs of nrinltkra.1 Among these are cer-
auuuruiai ana innaa)inatorr elements, pro
ductive of irreparable : injury toUfrp system if not
entirely expelled. The kidneys and bladder them
selves are also benefitted by this Btlmeius, as their
UactMty la usually a preliminary to their disease
ana aisorganlpn, ,3Thpy,j also, experience, In
common with other' portions of the system, tie
potent invigorative effects of the Bitters, whiih
furthermore corrects disordered condldons of the
stomach, bowels and liver. I
. . . . . "Sir.u .
a ssmi Accifeat.
-.JFlS Ptoughterof Arthur Banks, Es.,
of mis d, feU into a ftd rf fcot water yesterday
and was badly scalded. The immediate appliea
potwV CboUc. ealve which was fortu
nately fir the fconserlnstantir remnTuflvwin
N-tleaal Sarglea Iastltnte. !
Two of the surgeons ef this notable Institute wflf
visit Charlotte, N. C, May 15th and 16th, 181
stopping at the ptorlptte-iHoteL They wiU hive
with them a fine outfit of braces and surgical top
pllances, and will be prepared to treat au kinds, of
DeformttI6 and CnWlDIsease such a Club
Feet, Hip Msease, Paralysis. Special DUeaseST
Piles and 'ttfctCrtohi& Private DlseaaRa.
viscoaca VI ine ityeSC. ITor fulL nnrHmloro hA
' aprl3 d4f w4w
rnM HAS In a nnt-ohnll in JOL 1.
li??' Klves more satisfaction
imRMi,11-- other.. first-class
iraSfnS.Srrii? elegant Restaurant, at mod
"SWS!?' taonteidl the Grand CentraU
fSSiSgT-"?0 BE8T wkctVa
. - i i
m . J 1 . , 1 . M HIT
e"Fviir""rT-T"- st; Jk.ti ' n
Cl. 3 A . .ax savsm A( MtniI1 WW1 J bbj aw ays
ItibhfetherttDcmia li n r
A TORPID LIVER
Is tbe friKnl pourca of many iiaesrea, proml-
'.'"'-' ;" " nent among which arfri'' ejinvill
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS, . .
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVSR, AGUE AND FEVER,'
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM-
Ioaa of Appetite and Nauaea, the bowela
reooative, but ometimea altemata with
'icgeeneea. -yUa1nthe Head, ocopmpamed
,wjth a ball senaationin tha back part.Pam
-faritt aide and tmder the ahonlder
blade, foilneaa after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body Or mind, Irri
tability of temper, Low pints, Less ol
memory , with a feeling of haying neglected
ome duty, General weariness; Dizzii&s,
Fluttering at the Heart. Dots before tha
eyea, Yellow Bkin, Headache generally
8 ever tba right eyej BeiQetanead ft nfght
" with1 fitful dr eama," highly colored Urine.
IS THESE WAEKINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON EE-DEVELOPED,
such a change-of feeling as to
astonish the ufTrer ,
ere eompeanded from anbstaacea tbnt arc
free from any propertlea that can Injure
the moat delicate organization. Tbey
' Searen Cleanae, Parity, and lTioaA
the entire Syatem. By relieving the cn
gorged IJyer, they cleanae the blood
from poiaonoua humors, and thun impart
health and ritalityjte the body, causing
the bowels to act naturally, without
which no one can feel well.
Dr. T U IT : Dear Sir; For ten years I have been
a aaartrr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. Last
ilea gone, and I have gained forty poiwas oid fltb.
rortn tneir weignt in gum.
Bxv. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville. Kt.
Their first effect is to Increase the Aprt;,
and cause the body to Take ou Fienh, n:u.s ..o
Bystem ia nourished, aud by their Tonic A -tlen
'3fatJiefrtTe' Organs, Uetcular
Btoohi mi prodacd ' -j-vjt , j ; -.
DR. J, F, HAYWOOD
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
" Few disease exist that cannot bo relieved by re
storing; tha Liver to. ita normal functions, and for
this purpose no remedy has ever been invented that
has as happy an effect as TUTT'S PILLS."
SOLD IVEB.VWHEJiE, -PRICE 2$ f EMS,
Oace'-a&jifiiJcraTi Street 1SV orU.
Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and UaeAU Beceipta " will be mailed res
GaaT Haib ob WmgKEBB chanced lo' a GtosgT
. , Si. Ana hrv a aiaffla sDnlication ef tail fira. It im
parts a Katoral Oolor , acta Instanfaneonsly,1 trad is
sa Harmless as spring water. 8old by pruggista, or
aratbrexBiess on reosipt at L
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
apr 1 ly.
xu THIS GENUINE
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
1 en-cplpred, with occasional
or a circumscribed spot ofTofie
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the
pupils dilate ; an azure semicircle
runs along the lower eye-lid ; the
nose is irrftte1d,-elMaifd sometimes
bleeds ; a" swelling 01 the upper lip ;
occasional beadachd fvyth humming
or throbbing of me ears ; an unusual
secretion tofaMYaylflimy or furred
tongue ; breath A'ery Tdul; particularly
in the morning ; appetite variable,
ofn(imes voracious, withr a gnawing
sensation of the stomach; fat -others,
entirely gone ; fleeting namsin the
stomaav; occasional nausea dndnrom
kingyt violent pains throughput the
ktidomen ; bowels irregulkt, At times
costive ; stools slimy, not unfrequent
ly tinged witjj'bloixk belly swollen
and hard ; urine -turfcfcl ; respiration
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by hiccough .cfcigh sometimes
dry and convulsive ; uneasy and dis
turbed slejepf Mritjl. f rf nding of the
teeth ; temper variable, but generally
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures , of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper'. ; -:0: ; ' ;
PR, C. iclLANE'S
are not 'recommended as a remedir "far
faU the -ills that flesh is heir to," but in
. affections of the liver, and in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia arid Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character, they
stand without a rival.
AGUE. AND FEVER.
No better sajhartic can be used prepar-
As a simple purgative are un
cqualed. BEWABE OF IMTATIOSS. "
e gVhuine'ari never sugar coaftedi'
l i-Each bdX has a red .wax seal on the
lid. with the impression Dr. McLane's
Liver ?lLxg;- ?fi " ;
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C, McLane and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon haying the genuine Dr.
C. McLAtiE' LwmJe prepared by
FlemiiBAs?,lo(lPitbWurgh; Pa., th
market, being fuljof, imlJations of tii
name McXanespened differenuy hut j1
tome tofauneia.ti6tKi!i hk
liffiilS ti!Q 'nn -tip j
1 A dHElal4..IIOUGB ANB--
6end and getKtnt tcattflogue of choice Green
House and Bedding plants.
woanend pl&ntstbiOQglt the m&UtO cny part
; . " C. B. FAIBCHILD 1
. ; Seedsman and Florist,'
' March 28 2m. - , Baleyth,!, C.
BQCEBIES CHEAPKB THAN XTXB.
NEW GOODS t
' NSW iTUEES -
Come to me for Bacon, Vom, Sugar, Coffee, Ho
laaaoa, and other famUy Grooerlea. i
. Just Koeived, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
vie county) .
y'.t mm-; fi
Vbest btb wejs&xt.
:.ii . ri, ; - v .:. - :
V- .; : ' - . : - ,
Xiao v fine lot of Country Hams. I sell for cash..
All goods delivered in the city free of charge.
W. H. CBJMMDiGEB, 1
V!ti; i. -;. .. " Trade Street,
... Next door below Wilson fc Black's old stand.
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
J XJ S T IN
Bridgewater Family, Belmont Family and Bel
mont 4X Flour.
The Bridgewater Family took the Silver Medal
at the Paris Exposition. Try one barrel and be
convinced that It is the best In this market
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF
Fine Oranges and Lemons, Cocoanuts, Bananas,
Malaga Grapes, and choice Frencn and
Choice Jellies, Mustard and Canned Fruits of all
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Marrow Beans, and fresh
crackers or every description. - f; " .;
WINDSOR MANOR PICKLES,
the best ever sold in Charlotte. Also Sugars. Cof-
Beef Tongues, and In fact everything good ot eat
mat neart can wisn ior is to dc iouna in my sure.
i M iLeBOY DAVIDSON
rtothm: but ehoiee eoods. Guaran
tee every article we sell and will cneer-
fully refund your money when our goods are not
found as represented, a gooa siock oi
6 DfE R I E s
1. Butterr Eegs, Chickens. Hams, and
nir jiuuv DUvuaiuvO VI wiu, x iuui .
general Country Produce. Solicit correspondence
irona pa rues wisning 10 Duy or seu.
F. R ALEXANDER & CO.,
May 8. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C.
M a a C I- X.
r m at
wm aortffltte.-irimi Hft-ana Dtstrmnaon,
Class E, at New Orleans, Tuesday, May
13th, 1879-108th Monthly Drawims.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
This Institution was regularly incorporated by
the Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable purposes in 1868, for thb tebm of
twkmtt-fivb tears, towhich contract the invlola-
Die latin oi tne btate is pledged wnn a capital oi
$1,000,000, to which it has since added a Reserve
Fund of S350.000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM-
BERiDiSTRIBUTION will take lace monthly on
thB second Tuesday, i It never fcaules.or postpones.
ixok til Xm wiiQwing aistnouaon:
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,060.
100,000 Tickets at -Two Dollars each. Half Tick. .
. eta, One Dollar. ...
LIST OF FRIZES:
1 Capital Prize, 10,000
. , 2 rfeeso?$2,5O0.rj. B.000
.j ft ijizds oi i,oyo.f ,,..,,,.. o,
20 Prizes of. s , 600... lO.
100 Prizesof 100 10,000
aOOPtizesof ir50...- 10,000
, ftuoiTizesoi .n,.- ao. iu,uuo
. I.APLVATION PRIZES :
9 Approximation Prizes of 8300 82,700
h Appmximaaon mzes oi auu i,vw
9 Approximation Prizes of 100..... 900
18S7 tizets, inwwitine toC.l . . .1 . . 1 $110,400
Responsible corresponding agentj wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liDeraToompenfiatiop
wui De-pauk , , t- , .- , v
Appllcatioa for rates toefub should only be made
fo the Home Office in. New Orleans. " '
Write, clearly stating full address, for full Inf or-
mauon or send orders to . , . . ,
r. M. A. SAUlrHlN .
Tostoffice Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana . L
An our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are undef
ute supervision ana management oi humkkii
U. t: tsgAU REGARD and JUBAL A EARLY.
apr6 . - , . -
T V 1
Mem. , jfltreidtisjem
"DEPUCEU SATES TO ATLANTA. ,v 'j;
AU visitors 4elrmg t6 attend tht Baptist Conven
tion and Medical Association at Atlanta this week,
win be passed over, the Air-Line Railroad at half
rates. Tickets good until Monday, 1 2th, at 8 ivm.
may4 3t i - - - -.v A. L. SMITH, - Agent. -
HATS AS BONNETS,
Bleached, Pressed and Trimmed, '
-IN THE M06T FASHIONABLE STYLE.
MBS. J. B. FBANKLLN,
South Myers Street South Myers Street
"KTOBTH CAROLINA FRUIT TBEES.
I expect to canvasa this Motion for orders for
Vniir Trs. to h delivered this faiL Those I may
fall to see can leave orders iat J. H. Henderson's
store or send them to me at Davidson College. -'
may6 w6m T. W. SPARROW,
T70B; SALE. Two
fina Milch Cows, with voana
x' - Calves,
well to call at
Persons desnfng to buy, would do
11119 UI X IKJJL,.
CITY PROPERTY FOB SALE.
Any nersan deslrlns to purchase a well improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the public square, can e ac
commodated by applying at
decl.8 THIS OFFICE.
FEE SIMPLE DEEDS, '
MOST APPROVED FORM.
Just Printed and For Sale at the
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
S. P. CALDWELL Proprietor.
This house Is permanently established and offers
all the conveniences and comforts of a firsclass
boarding house. Persons visiting the city will find
it a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms. ,
RATES Per dav. transient SI .25: ner week.
$6.00. Regular table, $13.00; board and room
per montn, $ig.uu.
ALE AND PORTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
F. C. MUNZLER.
All orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
Wlntchts and gjetttjelvg.
In Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Gold and Silver
Watches, Silver and Plated Table Ware,
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
J. T. BUTLER'S.
From Paris, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and STL
' VER PLATER,
Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church,
Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of renatrs made at once at half nrlr-
and warranted one rear. Ever? kind of Jewelrr o
Bronze Gilding, Coloring. Sliver-Plating and Gal
vanizing maae at snon nonce ana equally as good
as new. Work done for the trade allow nrloes. .
HT" Apprentice wanted, with premium and good
rererenoea. i .
ue paired wont uncalled Tor will be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
READER T BEFORE BUYpG 4
PIANO or ORGAN
Do not fall to send for my latest 20 page Qlustrated
iper wiu mvca valuable iniormaaon free,
New Pianos, $125, $135' and upwards. New Or-
ans, 05 to $440. -secure to wrftfrmehelore
uylne elsewhere. Be wars oMnattaiata. AAdteKk.
ujumxju 1. oMii i, ijntngton, a. i.
'A GENTS WANTED fw the best and fastest
Ai eUlngpctorial Books and Bihles. Prices
reduced 83 per cent.
Naxioual Ppblishino Co..
tr nuaaeipnia, ra.
GENTS WANTED for Smith's Bible DleUona
xi. ry and Holman's new l ;-
Prices reduced. Circulars free. A. J. HOLMAN
P VM rnuawipma. r
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-.
Btorea 10 souna neaiin, 11 sucn a uung De possible.
Sent by mall for 8 letter stamps.' LB. JOHNSON
a w.4 uaagoi, lie. ., j
. .There Is no doubt about the great superiority of
this article over common porous plasters and other
external remedies, such as liniments; electrical ao-
yuauvca. aw. " au uusicuuia in ruur own tocauiy
N T I
Price 25 cents. , ap22
GRAND . OPENING !
JNff. 'BR00KFIIL& & CO.,
Frtday, Saiu day and Monday, April 25, 26, & 28.
We take great pleasure in informing our friend
and the public generally that our new stock
has arrived and Is complete.
ft.We cordially invite all 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
W HOLESA L E
AS LOW AS ANY NORTHERN HOUSE.
JNO. BROOKFIELD 4 CO.
Chariotte, N. C., April 24, 1879.
AHEAD ! AHEAD
LL who wish to buy Luxuries acknowledge
that "PERRY'S" is the place to get the best His
stock of Candy and assortment of Crackers have
never been equalled In this section, whRst Oranges,
Apples, Bananas, kc, are very ine.
Smokers should call and try . his
new five cent
N. B. Housekeepers
will Had Crackers a
Tea Table Luxury.
Ffesh and Crisp.
NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT.
A full supply stm on hand. Also the iostly cele
BA JAH JAPAN TEA.
Also fine Strained Honey.
& M. HOWELL'S.
AT TflE SAME OLD STAXD,
where iam prer
furnish' a siroerlor dUalltr
to Hi irtio may want I
i Meait will aOso mike
aauy oeuvenes; ai. piaees tt: oastnessi orj patate
residences. Ordera given tha driver, addressed to
me through P. Ot Box i53. Of delivered tome u
oflkw on lot of Rock Island Factory, will receive
prompt aoenaon. i. - . -
Customers who begin with me will be sapplled
the entire season at the following figures:
I Tk quantities iom Uuat 6 lbs
" of 50 lbs. and up,
The above BgureVare the''s4'at'wW
been sold for , the lai two seasons, wheniihiid
eompettooffi nd as t nave tmsarpasaea llaetWtes
Weonfluctthe bMitoesa-eo ateemmata. principle;
feonsumexs wiaconault their Interest py glvlnflfme
and forwarded with cHSpeSoks'fT.'r ,
: , Thankful for your patronage In the pAst,' I re-
Bprqumiy ass: a cononuMnce or tne same: '
J. TV ANTHONY.
' V hi 1
f 1 -
8 Car L-oads-J20 Bosbela
CHOICE OtSg MEAL
& M. MTLLEat ft SONS.
gTOP AT TH1 t
C. a BBOvnr, Proprietor,
' ' J u .
, , Late of the National Hotel, Baletgh.
A a Brown, ft , PWefjPlc; f , ShelbW As
TT YOU WISH to . engage ' in an' honest, genteel
JL .' business, and make plenty of money during
uwaouaaya, sena your aaaress 10 ;: .it, t t
a. RANDOLPH ft ca;
feo4w4t - IOT, 4Ut bt:, N.T.
Atbxks, Ga., December r 1 OTO
AJewn Khta since I gave my son one dose of th
Worm Oil, and the next day he passedstTtlf e
large worms. At the same tune I isJr?
UttTe RlA, four years old. andT iSS (SSJS. r
worms from four to fifteen lnr-hiT cuw-su
Worm OU for sale by Druggiste eeSkh IPL
pared by E. 8. LYNDON, Athens, (fif
Price 25 cents. fh9i,
mb, penoci jjlooo fumtiui, and is the
only purely Vxorr able remedy known to sci
enee, that has Made radical and Permanent
, Cures of Syphilis and Scrofula, in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from tha
system,' it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin di-
Sold by druggists generally.
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QNE OF THE .MQST , . ONE OF THEMOgrp
trie light and other sdentifle marvels of the
CARBOLIC SALVE !
This compound possesses the most remarkable
7 SORVoWi CUTS, BRUISES,
1 jmfl d mtsaaed- Ortaees, and for -,
, AJJbWl,, UREASES.
unto la reconunendmg it Beware of counterfeit!
Ask for Henry's Carbolic Saive,Und take no other
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN 4 CO..
t Sole Proprietors,
. 8 College Hoce, New York.
For sale by L. R. Wriston ft Co. Chariotte, N. C.
A-sure cure for nervous debility, premature de
cay, exhaustion, etc.. -.The only reliable cure. Cir
culars mailed free. Address J. K. REEVES, 43
Chatham street; tii 'i v
Bishop D. S. toggett CSosthern Meth.)
It Is an excellent correct tve 6f lrxtipMiinn.
used it with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Mangnm, Prof. University of N. C.
I concur with Bishop Doggett In his estimate of
it Pocket Cure.
Rev. : A, 'Tates, P. E. JS, C; Conierenoe.
It has benefitted me. I Send another packaga
" Rev. Leroy Ml leeVD: i, Meth. Htet'n.
I am never without C at heme or abroaii. It n
an antidote to indigestion. Uneasiness after a
meal or purging is checked and the bowels regula
ted. . Its, merits are attesteoTby pumbers of high
charactet ; irhave-sBena "triedvrrthlDe" dvs-
peptioof tmoan years MV0d to ope drae,
Rev. Dr, Jeter, &oaddus, Dickinson (Bap.) .
It is endorsed' dv ih dlmet twrannal tpatlmnnT
of men of national fame and of strictness of
speech. It is not too much to say that no medlclot
ever, had such support in its favor as a specific
The word of any one of the eminent divines wbo
underwrite tola antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weight. Their united witness Joined with the ex
perimental use and approval of the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt. It is,
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent
Editors Religious Herald, Ya.
Rev. R. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. 8Id. Col., Va.
is highly .esteemed here by the reEularMedl-
puQy and the jpepple. It is expefleht for to
on' and fiathfent nrC-sMtaHre. aoborlllc.
I' 1? t AUOPISTS.
DR. T. C SMITH, Chariotte, N. C
ODELL, RAOsVN ft0.t sssasnoboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KLTJT'JIbury N. C.
..-.I .-. i , mar 20-d4w tf.
ACUTE OB CHRONIC
' ;" y.S'l'l C- T' 'L 1 c A
.. 8UBJS, CUBE.
liamTfactuTe4onl irpOpt abpye prade-Marjf
T EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
! Immediate' Mllef warranted. Permanent curt
gmranteed. ; Now xclUvely uae4 by au ce'""' ,
physicians of Europe and Amertev
Staple, Harmless, and Sellable Remedy on w
continents. The Highest Medical Aauifmljf
CAe Acid which exists In the Blood Of Rheum
and 'Gouty PaUenta.- tlJOO box, 0 tL
S5 Oa Sent to any address on receipt of pnj
Endorsed by physicians. iSoldby all drugg i(r
dress ' , VaSHSURNeToO --
nov7 ' Only Importers Depot. 28 Cliff-st.. N. 1
For -sale by IWm McADEN, Druggists,
reV8iy.'Ii,;" " CharlottftNJ:
- it t ft Jw
rrr in ,iiiri.
Havmg removed his office to the first floor
the Traders' National Bank,' can be f?,1
all hours during the day, and at his residence
ner Seventh and CoUege streets, at night,
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