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"saturdayTmay 10. ism
STATE NEWS. , ' I
option. $ i f, ) --1
Xaldwdl jail has been empty for sev
eral months' 5 M $ .?
-SlV JohnDeatonof - fotlislmry,
dead, aged 35.
Rflhdv Burcb, one.of the best tobacco
raKn Caswell county, died sudden
ly of heart disease. J
. A cotton and woolen ftorvjsto be
established at Bethama, Forsjhe coun
ty, bv Mr. Z. G. Hege, of Winston. -
w Rtiffffest that Cousin' Annie Maria
Barnes slipuld take the VPm PLl
Major $m i";au ,rt.rTJ iutw
ryof the Sith JNortn urouim xcs
tnent. ' I
Dan Kester.of Winston, has invented
Vifhir.. which is said to be an ex
cellent contrivance to checfc a runaway
o. irnn Jftftfttiftifl will lecture i
wiimiiirton the 15th7 6n Prince Bis-
Eight thousand pounds of unstamp
ed tobacco have just been seized at
River Hill, lreaeii couniy.
f finrtcrpr. of Marshall,
Madison countv. was marned on tne
1 Ith to Miss Katie Hawkins, ofjienaer
llevJ. L. Carroll, yho was patoi of
the Baptist church in Oxford, has set
tled inXexington, Va as pastor of the
churcb.tliere. ... , - , ..j -, a r?
Mi iNeedham Granth&n At well
known old citizen of Sampson county,
residing near the Wayne line, died on
Saturday last, aged 71 years.
The Governor's warrant for 00 has
cone to the clerk of Union countjr for
the benefit.of ,W 13. McLain, jwho iost
both? eyes in the Confederate-service. f
' "The Press says ? Miss i Annie i Den
Schweinitz, of Salem, will; enter a Mo
ravian college at Montauban, France,
where she will take lessons; in .French.
The young .people of Lenoii h.a
Queen of the May t festival ana Jttiss
Alice Earnhardt was the queen. Col,
J. C. Wilborn was the orator of the oc
. ... ,X.ast.. Tuesday , night Miss Georgie
-', :.ri-laughter at MtvG AVasb,-Priceri
of Caswell 3oamyrwintfea? uim
jUlwan county, which "toeasnres-thwty-
" s)x feet in-circumrerence, ana, twelve
.nen can. eisjijs be; shlteiajil onri tlnHaj
"VilminRton Sun :u ,C Jno. II. Whee
ler tr?rMtringi a' biography of Joshua
G. "Wright, of Wihvngto?i,lo be inclu
ded irt his "Sketches of distinguished
North Carolinians." He -Wishes all the
facts that can be obtained .in regard to
the life and character of the eminent
John Smith, driving a hack of Wed
din & Bailey, rapidly through, the
-streets of Asheville Tuesday morning,
caused a smash up and in the general
wreck had a leg broken. ;The Journal
doesn't sympathize with him because,
it says, he had no business to drive as
recklessly aahe did. - j
The Salisbury Watchman says tJ. S.
Sides, of Rowan, has recently received,
from the State Treasurer, the sum of
$60, the first year's allowance of the an
nual pension - voted to him for life by
the last .Legislature. Mr. Sides lost his
right arm and right leg at the battle of
the Wilderness in May, 1864. '
Goldsboro Messenger: The many
friends of our esteemed townsman, Jno.
W. Bryan, Esq, sympathize deeply with
him in his new erief In our Mondav's
issue we made brief mention of the
death of his younger brother. It is now
our painful duty to chronicle that of
his esteemed and honorable father, Wil
liam C. Bryan, Esq.
The Lenoir Topic savs that Mondav
evening a little child of Mr. William
'"Austin, of. Alexander countv. in at-
K -- tempting: to-cross a bridce over a creek.
fell into tlift-wateg-ftntr-floated down: a
quarter of a mile. T The child was round
about an,&oin; 'afterwards, lodged on a
oniivana inqugn lite was not entirely
exunct, me nine one soon expxffd.
The Keidaville Times savs that
Wednesday night, though the storm
Kates, of Rockingham county, went out
to put her calves under Shelter. One
ran into a deep gully, and barefooted
and .in' her night dress she went into
that gully for that calf, and worked till
sne mted the little fellow out of the
The Asheville Journal savs that on
the 3d, insW,W. C. Lydia ;and brother,
- twoVotinffinteri of .Henderson county,
" madefeii-assault. iipon ;the person of a
boy-iby Hhe1na'me of Morris, aged 14
Jears. After overpowering : him, the
evils proceeded deliberately to castrate
him. The injured youth now lies in a
very critical condition, having lost an
- - immense -amoulit of blood before sur
gical aid could be obtainedThe wretch
ed nyenas have been arrested and tried
; before a masTiatratA. and cnmrnittoH trt
jail to await thef urther results of younsr
4,w.a . ui j uj. 1CI3.
mOreensboro correspondence Reidsville
Times;, Br. Benbow, has one hundred
sheep and wishes ' to buv ; nnn hnndrod
- more. ; He wrote to the railroad agent
vuaiiuibe iv uux up tne goats that
wcio wnaiueieu. a. nuisance up tnere,
-,. and send them to (ireenshnrn a
take care of them he wants them to
run witn . nis sheep and keep off dogs.
The agent had sent a car; load of the
goats to' Chester, S. and the Chester
, man returned the car.unloaded. Dr. B.
jpAt mad about it in The Observer. He
. .uaa uoi-ueara irom ine agent.
. .oraspondence of-.the, .Asheville
vournat ceus mat they had a big time
. in Rutherfordton- last. Mftndav . r
James Tfagne called at the door 6f John
.. May, town marshaL and reniifiqtd him
to..coi"e out, which - May proceeded-to
dcfe - Some ugly words ensued and May
I , Axraa
drew a revolver and firfid. minainn
.mmam wie uwwr wiia, jus nicKory
'2?- W? rW in .semal places.
AiaKiic. Willie Lnn nmnn niipfi tii
' ?na?on,i8tv during the melee, John
..Mitchell, a brother-in-law btDr. Hagne,
.rj- came to the scene of action,, and with a
V' , , J.urr,u,?: w si ve ine town mar
: ; shal a lick that felled him to the ground
. T .nere IMW Benseifiw lorqnitp time.
M. Finally interference by friends-Dto doubt
saved the life of the marshal. -
! The'Korth and the Spatb.
- icmaea Inter-Occan.j ft" -Mr.
P. Donaruiv hij?h-pressure fire-eater
of the Sunny South, at one time ;edi
toi: of the old " Vindicator, and at an
other of the Iexington (Md.) Cauca-.
tan7 which Kashv so relentlessly sat
irizea, has" written'a letter in which he
xteiHcede8.allthe" points that' the .Korth
has ever made against the South: t .t-
"Wanted by everyone rajanlntelHeehtcon-.
s reptlon of its value health. Health depends upon
- the possession of pure blood; and pure bloood is
thi f"r poshesslon of those who- use Dr. Bull's
L.uvj iui.iuie, aclinowledged as a superior blood
purliier. " -' r -
' .ITA4, J-T'-J ' . .
Va, and Miss-Mildred .daughter of
sltiiiofrleTon thellEth i 4Apr4. P
-4 TtlTTlrt.ldoW Of-GOVTI
John li, 'wya. uiww. vr
Wm. C Jrresron ueceaseu "u. i
and Thos. 1. rresion.
Jacksonville, , Florida, Tuesday,
nr:n.r,nAn . TtamnftraL J and . county
IIUWOFWJM 7 1 ml iff,
iudge of Madjsoa cpuniy.icuaiw w;'
ItPinff and burning one of the precinct
returns snowing a jepuuuuau jijuj,
. Uiinnti MniAnrv
as aeciartsu uuw jji!-j vT7J
snn..ofn'na frnm TnnfTP SAttle. '
J Mri.f Christina gK. unmiwiu
and sister ofpirsi miniii-oiirj
was robbed at Seventeenth street and
Fourth avenue Dy a wen uresaeu uu
powerful man, ho wrenched, her pock
et book from her grasp,, and,, in spite of
her outcry, escapei '; ' '
T,t n littitSftT?. the sercreant-
at-arins of the House, returned to Wash
ington Wednesday trom umo.
Thompson is Df the opuiion that the
onnrnaoiiinir aTTlTaifini 111 that Otate
11 Vw the, hottest and most closely
tstd for many vears. He thinks
the iridications axe toa. if Secretary
Sherman is not the itepuDiican camu
A fn-r firiTpmnr it will onlv be so be-
cause of his jefusal to accept the nomi
' Ifhe demand for the four per cent
certificates has been so excessive uii
the supply has given out, and the press
es in the bureau of. engraving and print
ing are working day and night to catch
up. Several of the collectors and post
masters in the large cities have advised
the department that their sales would
be double and treble the present figures
if it was not for the restrictions placed
upon them as to the amount of sales to
individuals. ; J;
' The suspension of Whittemore, Peet,
Post & Co., one of the largest woolen
and dry goods commission houses in
"New York, was announced Wednes
day, and took the trade by surprise.
L"" w;f,nnnnd thev would
' ; tmnfflL, Their failure
tide over their troubles. Their failure
is attributed mainly to over advances
to mills and depreciation in manufac
tured goods and old losses by bad debts.
"mm f pni.rii items.
bjackberiy of the season has
The Summit Courier 'jfiroaicles the
death f,a.citizan of .iSurnhjerfille, from
OYMT1 lUlBMIWHIUHMtHKI Ut7 1IOU
rBTrrjltteTTby-K Tabid dbg."" "
Ihef Abbeville iPresi. and Banner
uays Mr.Robt. Brownlee, of Donaldson-
ville, ADbeviiie county, dropped deau
ast Monday morning, aged 67.
The lioard of directors of the neniten-
iary; Wednesday, decided to go work at
once upon tne coiumDia canal . witn
convict labor, and tne $11,000 appropri
ated by the Legislature for that pur
pose ; also to increase the water power
in the penitentiary, and to erect a buil
ding for manufactures.
The Abbeville Press and Banner re
ports a probably fatal recountev between
two negroes at JNj.nety-six. rne Hus
band of a neero woman in that section
became so much enraged at the conduct
of another negro towards his wife that
in his rage he cut the offending negro
in seventeen places, leaving nim, lor
A Georgia Joarnaiist's Personal Explanation
Atlanta ConsUtutlon. i f
Bill Arp's attack upon the person who
compiles this column is uncalled for
and unjusunaDie. vve can prove Dy
Uncle Tom Hardeman, bv Col. Jones.
and by Mr. Frank Smith, of Bartow
county, that he wasn't sick a minute
while he was in Macon : that he flirted
and pirouted among the girls like a
roan mule in a peafield ;; that he called
Frank Smith " Cousin Frank: and that
he wanted to ras tie "with:. Jack t Slap-
ev iorib:berFiTrallv. wnnan nrnvnfl
U 1 ) Jt-r f u 1 la. B k 1 W 11 ?A il
he todK a twilight ride , to the if ajr
grounds with some .young ladies--a
we can prove by Congressman iBlount
that he boasted of his conquests after
he got on the train, and exhibited four
pnotograpns and a lock of hair which
were not in his possession when he
went down. We reeret the necessity
of exposing this gay deceiver, but a
sense of duty once more compels us to
k- A! i. til 1 , ,
aeit lunv wuue ms xamuy were under
the impression-that lie was in the acrc-
nies 01 rnenmatism, lie was really hop
ping around with the 'fair sex like a
Dantam rooster in a pan of! hot ashes
We have the letters to substantiate
wnat we say or if we haven t, it is an
easy matter to sit down and write
them. - rs , , j .
Shameful Scene in a New iork Theatre.
A most disgraceful scene occurred at
Niblo's Garden, New York, last Wed
nesday evening, during the perform
ance of "The Black Crook." A party of
well-dressed loafers occupied a box and
amused themselves by addressing in-'
suiting remarks to the coryphees. In
the course of the play one of the party
went on the stage and pnt his arm
around the neck of one df the Uhn sis
ters. - Mr. Kiralfy promptly ejected the
intruder from the stage. The audience
hissed the cowardly insult, but quiet
was finally restored. Later, while the
grand Amazonian march was in pro
gress, one of the men in the box offered
a grossly insulting remark- to Miss
Belle Ho witt. The words wete uttered
in a tone of voice to be heard all over
the house. Miss Howitt immediately
ordered the; manoeuvring Amazons to
come to a halt. The wUdest excitement
prevailed both off and on the stage. The
manager finally threatened the rowdies
with arrest and they left, but not till
one of them had seized a ballet girl and
kissed her in view of the audience. The
police, as usual, -were not about. w;.
Rape and.Accidental Killing id Jackson Counfy.
Correspondence Asheville Journal.
; On Sunday! the'thiilt., Grand Love,
a mulatto, about twenty-flve years of
age, outraged a "white girl by the- name
of Watson, residing about two miles
from. Webster.H 'Theigiri upon whoin'
the horrible deed ; was perpetrated was
only about eleven years of age. s
On Monday night a crowd of young
men were preparing to go injpursuit of
the negro who committed the rain
ous deed,, when William IL Frizzier
young man who was very highly es
teemed, dropped a pistol and. shot him
self fatally, from which he died lues
day at 8 o'clock p. m" ".i ;
" : u ' m ,f, f
3p ' them on hand, as delay increases
alt you feel sickness cominjt upon
. - .ii ....!;'?
you.. take i dm nf Tr Knll'a RnlMmnra lPiIIs..
They can do you no harm, and may save you from
the sickroom. Price only 25 cents. , -t :
" upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow'a Sooth-
nup has been used for children. It corrects
aciaity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, reflates
the bowels, cures "sentery and diarrhoea, whether
ii 110111 teiugor other causes.
An old audi
nvu uivwu remeay. i.ac per do cue.
I." r"JiT 'I'- !J
to the fruitful source of mMy diseMetprito.
Dent among which.are v c
DYSENTERY, BlUOUS FEVlR, AGUE AND FEVER,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, 'KIDNEY; COM ' j
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC - v ii-.r-ij;
YKRTOnS OF. Af.v7,LB
Wansea, tha bowels ;
re costive, but sometimes sJtemata with - j j
looseness. Fain in the Head, sxaoompsnied P,
with s,DiUaeiisa4ionin the bftckparttPajn-
: j fa the tight side and onder -the shoulder-;
iiblade, fullieg iafter eatrog, with -e,: disinr
dination to exertion of body ormind, ITj-
tability of temper, Ikw spirits, 108. ojy.i
memory, with a feeling of having negleeted'
gome duty, General wearin jgjuPjggtay '
Fluttering at the Heart. Dots before; jtho ,1
eyes, Yellow Skin, Headache generally
ever the right eye, Bestlesanesa at night
. wfth lltful dreams, highly oolored TJrine
IF THESE WASSIirGS AXE UH HEEDED ; ' '
' SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVaQPEO,
r sDocfaMy adaitd to such
cases. alnetardo8 tTect8
L ucb a lchsinfee ot fMng a to
are eempeanded from sabstaaees tbat are
free trmm mar properties tkas can injure
Ike moat delieate orffaaizatton. I They
Search, Cleaeee, Parify, and lBTiorai ,
the entire SysteM. By relieTinc the e-
. cerced Liver, they cleaase the blood
from poleoaons honors, aad thas isapart
health aad TltaUty to the body, eanaia;
the bowels to met BataralUr, witfaoat
which ae one caa feel well.
A Noted Divine savs :
F4 rarai nT bMn
tuition and Pilew. Lut
wan raoommandad to ma : I naad -
tbam bot with little faith). I am now a well man,
have good appetite, diceetioa perfect, regular etools.
pile fOM. and I have ainedforty po'Oiidaito: -A fleab.
Their first effect Is to Iaereaao the Appet??s
and caase the body, to Take on Fleah, t hiui ,. te
system is aearished, and by their Tonic Ac
tloa oa the DicestiTe Orcaas, Rejrnlar
Stoola are produced.
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:- :
" Turn dlnaarn At that cannot be relieTed by re.
atorinK the Iirer to its normal functions, and for
this umuuse no remedy has erer been inrented that
has aa happy aa afleot aa TUTT'S PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
OiBce 3S Marray Street, Mew York.
IWJ)r.TLrri8 HANTJAL ofTValnable Infor
rAstloB and Pseral-Beseipta wHl be meiiedre
TjlTT'S HAIR DYE.
GmaT ltil a WrrWtE chanced to a GlXMSlr
Black br a tingle application of tai Pte- It im
aarU a NataraTOoio ae Inatantaneooaly, and is
as Usrmleea aa aprinc wsler. Sold by Drugjists, or
ant af sax rasa eareqespief 9U I.'. .
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.
apr 1 ly.
45 Years Before the Public.
li -THf. RWHWl
DR. C. lVIeliANE'S
i H ii for THEftQ . ,
V hepatitis, or -LlrSfifllbt,
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
DAllinMheUght side, under the
I aari rrtas Aff n mkc inra'ieae nrt & at
sure, somfirtes -the pain is in the teiV 1
side; thevpatieHi is rarely able to lie
on the 1effc4ide;5 sometimes the pain '
is icii uiiuer uic snouiaer Diaae, ana
. it requently extends, to the lop of the
shoulder, and is sometimes? mistakfca
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom-
igri is affected withv loss. of. appetite
and sickness; the bpyels in general .
Varje costive, sometime? pUero"ative with '
lax ; the head is" troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation la thg pack part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accorApahldvitjhfa painful sensation
of having left undone something which
oughftohV Ben done. A slight,
dry cOugh ts 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 sensation of the :
skin : his SDirits are low : and althoucrh
Mxxiiyfa.-Qki Mqrew would be,-.
bMefidafto hitd, V "be can scarcely ;
summon up fortitude enough to try it.-.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy, y
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam-
ination of the body, after death, has. ;
shown the liver to have been extent '
sively deranged. v- !s : ;
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Tills, in
cases op Ague and Fever, when
. , taEen with Quinine, are productive of
Jhe most, happy results, ; ,.Nq better
v- cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after-taking Quinine:" We"1 Would
: advise all who are afflicted with; this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-
The genuine are never sugar coated. .
very'box his a red Wax . 'seal 'oh the
;iid, with the impression Dr. McLane's
Liver Pills. - , ' -
The genuine McLAnk's Liver Pills
bear the signature of C McLANE and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers. "
Insist UDOn-havincr tli crpnnino rB
C McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
iemiog Bros, tor Pittsbureh. Pa., 'the
tag, full, of imitations of the
.JHc.aneLspelled differently but
AT YOUR POST OFFICE. -
j KOSES ROSES !
Send and pwt mi
Eoase and Beading!
1, of -choice Greea0)."-
VtUSSf ?W the man to any part'
hi J m -.!i..'
m ' . t
jnt iiocKBDsa chhapkk tj&in kvek.
:t 4 ;:i. its, 7 I
. JiS W -jrU.ri.'UtS ;
Wiof!fei:6ori' Sugar.1 Coflee, H
Uii flthcr Tnmllt nfnmrtejl. . " - -T
Just leoeived. a tern barrels of. Berry Foster S (T-
yle county) , v, ; 4 ,t -"-
, . BEST BTE .WHISXEy '
Had a fine lot of Country Hams. 1 sell for cash.
All goods delivered to the city free of charge. -
I J. W.H.CBIMMINQEH,i.'.'-l
. r . Trade Street. ,
Next door below Wilson A Black's old stand.
' ap 16. - - j .....
R. M.'MILLER & SONS.
TlTX retail nothlnr but choice foods. Guaran-
TT tee every article we sell and win cheer
fully refund your money when our goods are not
found as represented. A good stock of
Gr R O C E R I E S
on ImimL' We. make soeclalUes of Corn. Flour.
Ileal, Oats, Butter. Eggs, Chickens, Hams, and
ffeneral.Country Produce. , Solicit correspondence
from paroes wisningxo ruy or sen. .
F. B. ALEXANDER & CO.,
May 8. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C
Brrdgewater Family, Belmont Family and Bel
The Brtdgewater Family took the Silver Medal
at the Paris Exposition. Try one barrel and be
convtncea that it is the Dest in this market.
III ' s
V Atso, JUST RECEIVED, A FULL itNE OF
Fine Oranges and Lemons. Cocoanuts, Bananas,
i . Malaga ura pes, ana choice irrencn ana
Plain Candies: -
Choice Jellies, Mustard and Canned Fruits of an
j : ' i K1UUS. i
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Marrow Beans, and fresh
. wacaetSrorevery description.
.i;'-I'll.. ftOl'-H4. rv, i'iiUti.- ; .' .
WINDSOR MANOR PICKLES,
the best ever sold In Charlotte. Also Sueare. Cof
fees. Bacon Bams, Ereakfast Baeon, t Dried Beef,
weei Tongues, ana in iact eveiyuung gooa o eat
that heart can wish for. Is to bet found in my store.
S Vr; :iBMtoAvTDscjii
. . .-..ill .. , ... , ( ; r
A SPIjENDID OPWBJUNITT '1. '
To win a. fortune. Fifth Grand Distribution
Class E, at New Orleans, Tuesday, May, ......
13th, 1879-108th Monthly Drawinfti .j,.,-
XOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANT. 4
This Institution was resnlarlv Inoornorated. to'
the Legislature of the PtsSa for Educational an
Charitable' purposes la s1888, fob thx ma (W
TwxNTT-rrvB tbabs, to which contract the lnvloun
- ble faith of the State 1r niiwiMwt with, a canltal of
$1,000,000, to which it bas Binee added a Reserve
r lfund )oi s50.noa 1 its rano single num.
uitx jiiaiKiBUTiON will take dace monthly: on
the second Tuesday. It never scales or postpones
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000. 'I .
100,000 Tickets at two Dollars each: Half Tick
"it ets. rtne TkiTlnr. .''I '
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prize, v. I X. .1. .t .
2 Prizes of 82.600.1,.
5 'Prizes of-
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
ft 00 Prizes of
60 ...... .
1,000 Prizes oL
. a-a. a aj
- approximation: prizes t
Approximation Prizes of $300....
9 ADDTOXlmiUinn Vrinvt nt
9 Approximation Prizes of -
1857 Frizes, sunounung to... 8110,400
. Responsible corresponding agents wanted ai all
Pentjpolnts, to whom a liberal compensation
y Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to the Home Ofltan In Now OrlMn, .
" Write, clearly statins; :full address, for full Infor-
uauvu vi bcuu uruers w ,J - -
R S?ff5f?S? P9?'. ?S? ii.
ah our urana lmraorfflnary Drawings are under
supervision and management of GENERALS;
ms tAjt ana j uual a, sakly .p
l7 (ir -i'?ii
PIANO ok ORGAN
Do not fall to send for jny latMt 20tw HTustrafe4
newspaper wlin nur viuaiwuie iuiuri:auun itbo;
New Pianos, J12o. Sfe.185 and- upwards. -Hew Or-'
mm. saft to S44X). Be sure to write roe before
buying elsewhere. ' -Beware of imitators, iiddreasn
DANIiF.iUAXXX ; WSanillgTOn, . j.: .
: A GENTS WANTED Lfor the. best and .fastest
UV selling' Pictorial Books and BlDies. : Prioes
reduced sa per cent. Njjiomai, Pcbushikq Ca,
.. ) .... inu.ii ; ifm ' fnt
A GENTS WANTED lor Smith's Bible DJcUona-
ry and Holman's new
f 3 f
Prices "reduced. Cireulars' free.?" JU' J. HOLMJLN
ALU, jftuiadeipnia.-" " ,...,.. 4
Parson's Purgative PIHa makeireer Blch piood.
and will eomDleteiy ctianxe the blood- In the enure
wno will laxe
U soar be re-
Sent by tnall tor 8 rletter stamps,,. L & JOHNSON
uu., uangor, jae; -
, . , BENSON'S CAPCINE
There is no doubt about tbe irmftt mmaHnrtt nt
this article o?er common porous plasteis and etber
exiemaa. remeaies, sucn as liniments, electrical ap
pliances. Ae. Ass: physicians In your own locality
auuut it. it ia wouaermu eoia- Dy ail
Jf rice v& cents. . . n,,j;,t r ; i -ap
pONDENSED TDH. :.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. .
ii? 11 no
' ' , - .. .L t (x 1 'J. :t
Date, Nov. io, '7i& Na 2 i -yJa'4f !
, ;,j 1.: Pally,. ;; Dally- j
Leave Charlotte, i- 8.45 am 6v53p n
" Greensboro;' 8.20am iKnT
" Raleigh, . SOQpm r 5-80 am
Arrive Goldsboro,' 5.25 pm 9.30a m
No. 2 Connects at SwHftlurr illi Tr v nttlt a-. I
au points in western isorth Uarollna, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. & D rTk. for all i
poinis xtiorin, jsast ana west. At Goldsboro with
W. 4W.RR.for Wilmington. i
No. 4 Connects at Greenohnm artth vt n t
ur au puutu norm, jsast ana west.
TBAXKS GOING WKST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
8.28 d m
ISO. 1 Connects at Greensboro avfth Rulm
Branch. At Charlotte with CL. C. & A. R. R. for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
Sutnt EUUroad fraU South and
No. 8 Connects at Sailsbnrv with W. N. (1 S R
dally except Sunday. At Alr-Llne Junction with
a. 9 v. a. i. ior au points south and South-west.
At Charlotte with (1, C. 41 Railroad for all
points oomn ana soutn-wesk
Leave Greensboro, dailr excent Sunday. R.R0 n m
Arrive Salem, " " laSOnm
Leave Salem, " " " 5.45 am
Arrive ureensDoro, " " 7.45 am
Connectlne at Greensboro trlth tmlna nn tha n
v. ana in. u. Kaiiroaas.
BLnPDia cam r iruutJT ratiwaa tfi;
Run both ways on Trams Nos.1 and 2. botweert
New York aiui Atlanta, wta. KMimviul lrunalvun
ana Linanoae, ana oota ways on xratna ffos. 3 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond.
vuhtiuub sua AiigusHA, .. , ; ; ; -
'I'riFAllim 1 1 17-At a An aala a, iiMOnahnM u.uink
Goldsboro, Salisbury- and Charlotte; and. at all
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East For Emigrant rates to points In Arkan
sas ana xexas, aaaress . ,
J. K. JLAUMUKDO.
Gen. Passenger Agent,
nov20 ; Richmond Va.
Otr a it tnnifn arV ithbi a a wn A vtnntmi 'P' 1D
VliaiaWl A-aWf VaMJamjEaaVJaV AUIW AVWOIA JaAW AAMa
"rTr-- r'r.f sr
On and after Sundav' Dee: 90th: 1 RlfL tkefoli
Goikq Sooth, Na 1.
. 0O5 i
.10 00 Auat
Gorare NoHta, Not 2.
Leave Columbia, .,
10 00 P.M.
Gonra Sooth, Na 8,
Leave Charlotte .'.
Leave Columbia..... . . ......
Arrive Augusta.. .... ........ ;......-
.i 8 80 r.v
tGat)tNotZK,No. 4. :
HOOiv auKuaia.4 ; - t ... . .
e 03 .
Arrive Columbia.:. 120
Leave Columbia.. ...1 80 .u
Arrive Charlotte. ...... . . . ,'v.g . . . . . ... 80 p. u
These train stoo- onlv at Fort Rock HnL
Chester,1 Wlnnsboro,; Rldgeway, Leetrllle, I Bate
bunt. Rfdee Snrlnes. JohsLon. Trenton and Granite.
ville. All other stations will be reoogrilzed as nag
on. Nos.1 and 2. Greensboro to Auarusta; also on
Nos. 3 and 4, New York to Savanioali,,yiai KclH
mnnd A Geonrla Ontial RAilnMii. .- ' 1 '"' '
T. P. XLINE, SaperlwteraleBt.
jno. aiaxxuubdo, Uvr. Agent.
r fASttti .... t,v;; J Jflfi ;
AHEAD T' AHEAiD' !
LL who wish to buy Luxuries acknowledge,'
that -FERRY'S" Is the place to get the best His
..... ; . ii i. ,... . ; .-
stock of andy and assortment of Crackers; have
never been eaualled in this section, whilst Oranges;
J. . i i l ; . 1 ' H-j -.'! .-. "i . . J.l.i : ; . .
Apples, Bananas, 4c., are very One. u-nm j
.Smokers should call' and try1 tola heW five cent
Clgars,!' ' ' ' "v.'. ' .'
'iN. - housekeepers 71Lodfyri&uii treat:
Tea Table Luxury. Fresh And Crisp.; '
.'ap2t'-l,'' -': 4' .'lJ" :
, , fT ),,,'
BREAD, i CAKES ANDPlis; WMfi
XXTEcanwftB eonfl dance reconiiaend- them aa
Yy.lhe very best Tnaaufactured, using none bat i
the very best materia.
..I- i.i. ..W. Nj PRITReB. ...
- Trade Street, first door 'above the old Market. '
marl, , -.ij tI,.,r r, j.. , r t,
'., 4,-1 I t .
J-,setof gol lHOurrted'hMDt etolen from.ra
ivreinises on wernigas 01 iub ia um., bim ivw evi
dence sufficient to convict the thief. . ."The. harness
' may be readily recognized by the mountings, whlcfcv
are 01 tne design era eoator. arms rour ttaaannne
coins surrounded by a wreath, and . surmeunted by
a neimei ana tne ngure 01 a cock. - - 1 v.
mays 8t FRANK COXjD
1..-..t,-U PI.' 1 - , 1 , . . . i ! ir 1
That valuable property lu this city known as the
Tannery 01 Alexander, Allen 4 McBee..- This Tan
nery is conveniently located, and, has all the latest
ff nara ana maes tow ana in aonndanoe. t
For nartlcnlarn adnuu ..--- . , 1 . .. J J" . .
'm! ..ii for Alexander. Allen AiMaee."1??.
- - a ' -rereenville,S.aJr
r juaj am, 94v-iawamawina -.f -i ..... i
1000 s,mptB iJKKps, 5
"! most APPT?nVTrn vnv j .t-. 1.. a t' i"-i -r .
- - 1 -T Z, 1 , - , t KAxi. i-r, er cry, trarfint, ll."5; per week, . venienees, tne weu
.;! I-IJust Printed and For Sale at the i ,-JJi lufsaj r.--rt-.hi . tia c-Vtvutrd and 'tmuLim minutes walk.of
, c-.t -q, -.,, Li kt .-i"-!';' ' I perr'!iia, tia.Ct.U- t.itt t-'K L: " i f j,'J 1 otnmodated by.
?-Ji?i Vll t't .fit
-V 4 1 -
fiRAND OPRNTNa 1
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j i if; lyasryj'a ,i.(.t ,' t r. ; ,
J1I0. fiROOKFISLD & CO.,
lysvyM ,i;u.fc ,'"t'
Friday, Satvc day and Monday, April 25, 26V at 28.
We take treat pleaaore in informing eur Mend
and tae public reaerallj tbat onrnew stock.: - r
We cordiany Invite all to Inspect our large aad
' well selectfcil assortment; consisting of
GLASS ANC CROCKERY,
PLATED WARE AND CUTLERY,
TIN, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Lamps Buckets, Cafahdeliers, etc., etc.,
- - - - tr
All f which we. win offer very low. at nrices to
suit the times.
will do well to give us a call, as we are prepared
"W TT O E S A T, E
I V . . AA J-i A-i KJ XL J Xi
AS LOW AS ANY NORTHERN HOUSE.
JNO. BBOOKFIELD 4 CO.,
caiiQttoijLc., aiu 24,
m , , ihm.;., i
NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT, ,
i luQ SunDlir affll J on hand.1 ' Also the ' Justly eele
: Also fine Stramed Koiey.
. iwiaaiiip,,MarsPi 'tfmvr-mvmvvvm
Ia ,Jewlry aiid:Farey Goods, and Slhrey
Watehe. Silver and lted TaNe Ware,- ..
. .. ; . '. '
SILVER AND - -
:; -: V
! GOLD AND 8H.YEB
i . , ... : - -
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
..1.1 , i
-r e-JVJi Wiswii i isl i
BfWjalaat atiiTa1fwaaada it rn.ee at halt prka-
and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze GUdinc, CoV
vaiizing rjade at short otlce and.eoually as rood
as new. v
Work donfortiertraklat low prieeMl I j
vxpirauon ox iweiv monmsTor cose 03 repaira,,
.f!nmr Ifiwu aiui Mvtlt. IHiaals ; : :"
ff--"f -r-t 'hC'.J J
S. P. CALDWELL,. -.,
ii TluVr house Is prmahently estahlUned and etTer
1 all the eOTVehlenceir and5 coniforta!o,illrticlasa
; O 1 . 1 C f . , . ft ill t . . i
HlMauu.tK.ma' Parm'.Wart 'Mtentarf
iu :.J i'
GaA be.fioiuhattQi rpoxna, f
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r A'- J ItjAWWAXL JBOUE, ,CA1WjUX WUSAW
SMITH'S WORM Oil
.. ATsTAQia, Ga., December 8, 187
worms from four to fifteen lnches& tjt
WoVm 00 for sale by DnirZ.iSP1!
. ; FEELS SICK WiTH
COLDCHILLS, FEVER FLUSHES, HEADACHE
. ; ; eneral uncomfortableness.
"'sl?,";;i;' asd m
DONT KNOW EXACTLY WHAT AILS HIM
Then is the tune to take
I MOTT'S PILLS.
RESTORING TO HEALTH,
nlieu all ixiuir remedies tail.
Take them for BOiotB&ess, Indigestion. Costi,.
JOHN F, HENRY,' CTJRRAN 4 CO.,
Sole Proprietors, .
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW IORK.
Forsale by h. R. Wrlsten 4 Co., Chariotte, x. c.
mari '' '''' ' ' ' "
I a pertect Btoon Frainta, and is the
only purely Vwota' remedy known to set
ence, that has made radical ana PMKanlvt
Cures of Sypstus and Bcmqtvla in all their
It thoroughly removes meicili j from the
system; it Believes the agonies Of mercurial
liMnmatism, and speedily cures all skin di-
Sold by druggists generally.
Bishop IX S. Doggett (Soathern Meth.)
It Is an excellent corrective of Indigestion. Have
used it with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Mangcm, Prof. University of X. C.
I concur with Bishop Doggett in bis estimate of
the Vest Pocket Cure.
Rev. E. A. Yates, P. E. N. C. Conference.
t lias benefitted me. Send another package.
' '- Rev.Leroy M. Lee, IX D., Meth. Hist'n.
: Iamsever.wlthout it at home or abroad. It is
an antidote . to, , indfgesdoo. Uneasiness after a
meal or purging s checked and the bowels regula
ted. ' Its 'merits are attested by numbers of algb
character. I have seen a" Wed-everythlng" dys
peptic ot. fifteen years relieved by one dose.
i Ber. Oti. Jetec, lroaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
It is endorse by the direct personal testimony
of men mbC : national fame and of strictness ot
SDeeebv It Is not too touch to say that no medicine
ever- had euch support In its favor as a specific
The word ef any one of the eminent divines who
anderwrite ttaie antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weight. Their united wl tness "Joined with the ei
perime&tal use and approval ef the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt, it is,
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent.
-Editors Itoligtong Herald, Va. t, i ' .. .
lvVll. L Delmey, Va.
It fc lilrtb'esOOTS hum VI regular Medl-
al Faculiy and the people, It -is excellent for in
digestion and flatulent colic Sedative, soporific
touio, alightryaetteBt, without nausea.
4 . -'saLtVB ALL DRUGGISTS
:.:.':-. .. laaleby:. 7
DR. T. C SMITH, Charlotte, N: C
ODELL, RAGAN 4 CO., Greensboro, N. C.
, THEOt F. KLUTTZ, SallsburyHIf. C
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' aW L I a I 1 1 111 aaBBBBSBMsajsaaaBam . Sag
TEETH.GU MS'-.BR EATH
'oti'd r;i n: tpi ':in
'H 3f'J .i'BUM. CURS.'
Manufactured only under the. above Trade-Mam
irnziZji aw pisa Axh UOPZI6.
f farnrwdlate' relief Warranted.' Permanent cure
tuannteed.' New exclusively sed by all celebratea
pliyalcian of lEwope . and America, beoomini
Staple, Harmless, arid Reliable Restedy on dou
eontinents.-' Th 'Highest 'Medical Academy 01
days. SeoretThe only dlseolver of thepoisonoja
VrielwhBxte5ln tD9 B1toj
I ToOSantsnTBOes oa - nJL.
Lndonjed, by physicians bysildruggi -dress
r f ",'- ' .WASHBUBNK 4 CO..
-1 i7WylmiiterB' Depot. 2? Cuff-st.N.
For sale- bt J.J EL McAPXN, Druggists,
Ieb18?ly.'s r1 "
JO VIii Jtlv-'l iTl i ,Vil-' 1
f r teilblc and Wrytog lDBe.Xdf and Houses,
Advertise free of .eostv twperttes placed in w
A "THOa t.ialYtON.
j 3 ir- Charlotte,
'.JOT' CITY PROPERTY FOS 8ALJW
, ? Any person desiring to purcnase a wu
! atylot, House with nine rooms, and modem.;
' thai Dubllc.BQuare, can w