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th a h pari n ? at Omaha. Nebraska,
'BQCTBSt'!'' EVE3 t.
fore United States Judge Dundy, of the
mm A A. . 1. n V .A 1A MtM A
THUBSDAY, MAY. 15, 187P.;
. " t STATE NEWS. . 1
application ior wr ii ujl iutuc purua
itt tbeasrof Standing iear ana xae
other IJonca Indians, in thecnstodjof
Genrook, after the argur.iTu oj. coun
sel was b-dfcthe chief fcitrx Ii." j Boar
wasknf idea to make! ai gp 3C . inhis
own WU iff tnd : did ,sd flr thi riost
dy said he supposed that this was T,he
first time that an Indian had ever ad
dressed a court, but, if they can do it as
well as this" cnief," it' will probably not
be the last time. Standing-Bear said,
"I Bee a great many of you here : I think
griat man j are fny ftutadg-ff dEIs garoi
abrief history of his removal to the In
dian Territory, When I got down
,I)o not fan to send for my latest 20
Wewj J 'Sanps, J 25i 135. ,nd f nwranSsi.( . Sew
ana, Jo S440. Before, to, writejne before
f -XUlKIEL i BEATTT ' Washington, N. X'
- ? r . -.n . . ... . . .. !!
-icaOTS-WATElftbe'ehd'fastea P5" 's'H'ww..tJ lj
XX; ., sentojl Pictorial i Books mad BlMeati rlceaih-Jf vj- u . tri i J r,r,-r!f '
i-aaat neetvedv few, banetoiDf Bnt Foster (J)a-:ft
A TORPID LIVER
!' the fruitful onrco of manr fliiwutf, promt
' Bishop Lyman .; confirmed - f omteen.
persons at the church of the Goo4bhep
herd, Raleigh, last Sunday night' ; x
The remains of Mrs,Dr; A. W.Knox.
tA 'I<fwere Interred' t?lidrold
- home, niUsboro,lastvMonday after:
noon. " i - - '
The association of the Third iNorth
jmiPTOw;x4stvi.iJfCi?viiii feat.: r n t
DYSENTERY) BIU0US FEVIR, AGUE ANa F.kYU,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, XIDNEY 'COM-
All goods dellTered la-tiie dty free of charge.
tit tt mnnnviVD
there, he said, "it seemea asm was m
PUINT, COLIC, ETC :
-4f 9anq .ri-M-u
Erite'edilOBifc; 'nt.wniam ft .ti .Ji TTQr.iir w 1
. . . . . --
PI rTf JfMVW f llVU A Ka i, y4 i
be- I . i n -v- . f
1 r. V:' ?vi- '?.,! i 7,-.. J t-'-r.t fT 1 --.. . -w , . 1 ' '
UiiijrAiN - i a; rOT a Aprs Atttr.rmn' ! ... 1 Y
www i im ifw y
ay wiaj ,. -3ri ,1 1
t.hft sound nefJrfV lininiKto
a iilllC ll I.!
T.HHa .TRWifrfi. kWber.'-DO
and chippfer, of the town i of Wilming
vnm the second floor of Cron-
strawberries last week. They i sell In
Goldsboro no.w at 10 to;15 cents., Thw
week's shipments, the MfftyW.'
will be 8,000 quarts. r V ; f ?:
The Hillsboro Recorder says the con
dition of the fruit crop of Orange coun
ty is capricious in the extreme, borne
hetgiiborhdods havfea aofficiehcyWWle
others iar blasted i with black Idisastew
toe orange jaii can uo icikuiw.
A mnnr thft nrifcrtlTftt STS
Ann Lyon, nnder Indictmenorapti
The Wifmfrirfcil UJahf I:
nan fiv iArd the Tollowinar o
CaptajnAVftltor Coney lieutenant,,
Thos. 0. James; 2d Lieutenant, H-Mcl.
Green : Junior 2d Lieutenant, -Wt1
Gordon ; Ensign, W. B. Goodman The
annual celebration: OCCUT8 OH the SOtm'
upon our worthy treasurer at Raleigh
on Thursday last, lie teusi us iaeiii
to settle the State debt is a success.
nvrr i nonooo in old bonds have al
ready been offered in exchange, and ( hft
informed us that on that monungUT,
000 in old bonds h$ofielin', ( fk i)
wiiminortn Stun.' A vessel loaded
with molasses, bound from Xubt6i
Philadelphia, put in at Smithyille yes
terday, . intending o ,ome up to this
port to .ib.aBgecrews: Dr. Curtis, the
nnnrantinft ThT-aifian at. Smithvillft. ia
never eep" and was 'b1?iwiei
: jtvnrl tri lift A fVd64J9nL.
c4 , Mgether wtttea Sketch ortlrefir.
ni uAssociatipnhfi mpnuinfinkjSr.,
citywiU. be sent to.,,.
i itcrmnrfifi fir fwnaTMiniT
. Tiieedirrt Tworesv-
sdeUtivfedarid anothet ai-
mbstutnlditl4s4f3by fire. n
unflishctifeete prpperty oi ir.
Prilliard. oiie of louf" er6cers. was ais-
cdvered to be cp. re t half-past ptie.
Mfe D.J. Ellis' IfomeiiSefCoxTaut
n(-.Ani Wrfh-.ttr( Jimiiwl, tn thfi I
but waa sared. The : loss by? breakage
nut was Ravfin. i m loss uvt uicaa.Ko i
wjl& very great vVe learn tnat tne m-
O S0UTfl 1B0LU 1 ITEMS.
in f: Piller. of gpartanburg coun
tyjsdead., '' ' '"" . . .
t.lie W. TT. liimaii. has
been received by the Spartanburg and
weekitlralr--the sy uipLums trf-Tdrr f
phobia. ,v- rf, ,
Spartanburg county, hasjbeen
to Gaffney Station, ori'the
Deen removeu. i
The vestry of Trinity J Episcopal
church, of Abbeville, have called Rev.
E. Ii. Miles, of Camden, to the rector
ship of the church. ;
' Spartan: Mr. Holman Cannon was
riding near the Air-Line last Friday,
when his horse became frightened at a
passing train, and threw him to the dral aisles with symphonies sweet and
ground with such violence vas to break dim, deft toucher of the organ's keys;
his leg just above the ankle. ' Mr. Can-; blow bugler, blow tintil thy silvery
non is about seventy 'years! oldij'hich notes do tonclr'and kiss the moonlit
renders his condition very critical! waves, ad charm the lovers wander
Chester darkieslaughed at a tramp as Lni iilntfth"JS' a5u5nWi
hA walk-Mi nar thfm nn th trppr IT your sweetest strains are discord all
ie4 J&3 compared with childhood's happy Taiigh
h Rfarri ihAviaiirrhPrt ntrain wftHrw
his knife, returned and began cutting
and hacking promiscuously among his
denders. One of them picked up a
small ladder and "downed the pedes
trian, who remained unconscious for,
some time, but hually canie to himself
again and went on his way.
- BRIEF SEWS ITEM.
The jail at Cochran, Gajwas destroy
ed by tire Monday, and George Long,
colored, burned to death, i He was the
only inmate, and it is supposed fired the
building in order to effect his escape, j
Th New3Tort-i8isays the meagre
attendance of spectators and lack of en
thusiasm atttiesixdays's walking
match in that city last week shows that
sided, for the present, at least. , :
inonrocantoK it-,' ,.f a,t.
Treasury uepartment.' jonii ir: Eaton,
of Massachusetts, has been appointed to
that position, liainey will get a special
agent's position. r'!!':f
Ex-Congressman Scott Lord, several.
..years ago, was forced i to. take the bene
tit of the bankrupt law, -.Kecently he
returned to his. former .home, in Gene
see, K. and paid, principal and inter
est, all his past; indebtedness, from
which the law had given him a release,
The Freemans, husband and wife!
A J 1 - M m a "
- were iounaguncy oi nomiciae at llarn
stable Mass Monday, for killing their
little daughter, Edith. The man pre-
t3nds that he will have an astonishing
revelation May 21, and .still maintains
that he was justified of God." His wife
is greatly crushed by the growing con
yiuuuu iuai sne nas been guilty of a
A Determined OirLW
her father's bar-room. near NashvHlei
Tatrn with lnsfmftn W
t ."'.:"" vwv vv. ici, uuuuuy
S?alik wke awiur tHe drew a
" SfrfirSj Bhe took it away from him
I. v V a "idow, but she
nine and iiiffif011 f l a f e,mii
' t t .
kVJL'k1.0110'1" oomniunicated to
-ue system by the WWt Kr no let yonrdmeelst ml
wguizea as uw best Blood PurUleTiwn.Ti' v X"?1 r no
reservation, to live there and be buried
in t.h land nf mv fathers." - He then
;weut onto savtbathjeJjdMiehahv
things in youth, bilt not tyfe ttaff
learned tetter.'1? G:1mWbiI E
dont know how to wjrfte Thread. He
made the white people to teach me.
He then told how, when he lived on his
reservattpn,be .was, ouV hunting and
found a soldier so badly frozen that he
could not walk ; he took him to his
VinnaA f Ad him" pave Trim water to drink
r ad d, tookCare, of lij mi nntU , wasble a
inir on the Pltteiie.ifoundJa man who
was lost. He took him to his camp.
ugava-nun iooo. ana wii-ii u ww nuw
him the ntrht
toffoirn Iliad been
a savaee.' said Standing Bear, "I woulc
hafw ut off his head and taken hi!
nin " Thi a woa a i?amtai arcrumeni u
ie laws tne same as me www
jnan, and indeedias his counsel insisjea
that he is. under the provisions of the,
Court in Nevada.
UO'J cr&aKlAii! !
i fit surprises me to see a young mar
like you here," said Judge Bowker, at
Reno, Nevn the other day to a fellow
who had been whooping ft over night.
" Yott felled yourself up with an enemy
tfiTjaprifetfotr of brf ins," proceeded the
t?Dttft w-arntnging'its spectacles and
glaring t the culprit " Now, here you
are, a young man of intelligence, with
good clothes onv and doubtless you have
a mother and sisters who thiik agood
dottlmore of you than I do. ' You've
boon Bent to sohool and taught how td
In Jetum foi
chUdren MorriwinMiKf ?,'ilast
day. f . ?.s.wrar2JM: t
..1 ' i tvaJ . . is
TV .r - ; . "
s acting a book al)outTfeTight5ng
Alstons oi iiaiit ax ana inffuox-Alston
case, j .Ji:r c.
gress, intends wpendhlifwinteR in
WasliingtottrclT!irby his irian-
sion onlCapitoi;HjU; "wliich has been
sion on jAjapitoi, Aiju, thio iiasijeeu
Jari& oa'T .AnrtY nf TSTlnrlr
ooo Mr. Cfrrus Field swears that
he is not. the rpoesessor .of tne cent's
oi iicw iw uitu o uui cutcjcu u;
. -Bob Ingenell'd 6eui!.
, , rI3tnrein Chicago.
No day can be so holy but what the
laugh of a child will make it holier still.
Strike with the hand of flre, oh, 'weird
musician, thy harp strung with Apol-
Jo's golden hair 1 Fill the vast cathe-
the laugh that fills the eyes with light
and every heart with joy! O, ripplin
river ox laughter, tnou art the blesse
boundary line between the beasts and
men, and every wayward wave of thine
doth drown some Iretful hend of care,
Oy, Laughter j-ose-lipped daughter of
Joy, there are aimpies enough in thy
cheeks to catch and hold and glorify all
the tears of grief. Applause.
I am a believer in absolute equality
I am a believer in absolute liberty be
tween man and wife. I believe in lib
erty, and I say : Oh, liberty, float not
forever in 'the far horizon-remain not
forever the dream of the enthusiast, the
philanthropist and poet; but come and
make thy- home-among thechildTenof
men. tt rtA; i f I tfy
I know hot -What discoveries, what
J intentions, what thoughts may leap
1 not Vhalt lgatment bf gfory may be
woven by the yars to come. I cannot
dream of the victories to be won UDon
and shoal of time" a richer gift, a rarer
blessing than liberty for man, for wo
man ana for cmid. Applause.
Senator Butler TliinJa John Sherman will be
- -iff.' j'-g iya:ii. .nil -:.k'';i I A' V
Wash. Cor, Charleston News and Courier,
fiOeuawrjjomuei uuuks . onerman' wui
certainly be the Bepublican candidate.
ur, aae expreBseuit, 7iQiin,.i5iierman
is tne man we win have to beat.
from Ohio, which is an acknowledged
power in the land ; his financial suc-
cess gives him a great prestige. lie is
a stalwart, and- hasIIayes- and&ll 'the
power and influence of Hhe administra-
tion to back him," to which, must, of
I course, oe aaaea scnurz's innuence with
ine uermans, ana uen. nerman s large
ii -r -,
FVKl'-SAi.:', ' -.'., fA"J'
un oauuraay last the operator of the
Western Unipn Telegraph at Bichmpnd,
some friends in Washington for a talk
through the telephone, and a conversa-
word waa dStinctly heard. IndeedJJne
of the telegraphers -present Tecoenized
in Washington . and called his name.
- The distance between the two cities is
120 mUeS - : . , s r-, - a ?
ClUTION.-TV. not iPt ..i
m off a
MkWJtAh&meMm&m, the bowels
mro oostive. but omatimea alternata with
loosens , Fain fa thaHead, accompanied
n the right ide and tuyjer . tjie t ehonldef
slViad falln'eait kftw gatrnfe,' with W 'diSg
clination to exertion of body or mind, Irri
y tobflity of temper, Iow ipirita, Iiosaol
' memory, with a feeling ef heving neglected
ome duty, Qeneral weariness; DizaineM,
lnttering at the Heart, Dota before the
eyea, xeuow tmn, .tteaaacne generauy
ever the right eye, Bestleesnesa at night
SERIOUS DISEASES WIU SUUN fit umtujrfcu.
IP fill I o t
astonish the sufTerer,
re fckmptfeadffl ta(taVIWMttet mre
free f rem f-liy properties tbM cm injure
the mM delicafe er-aiatta. They
Iteareb. Cleasae, Parity, and Iarlcerate
frm pslMnona kaaiera, mad thus impart
fceaJt Sd yltaUty tm the badr, eaaaina
the bwel tf f Prllyt wltltesf
which m WlTl WU
k Btanjrr VO impepua, uonaapaHon ua rua. us
iprin rout yl wr reoomuiendU to me ; I naad
Lbam ( 6t wuh little f itb). I am bow a wall man,
kafood apretita, diMtian perfect, raolr sip
KIT. h. 1a. aimreum, nouwruia, nr.
Their first effect U to laaceaaefhe Appct! p,
and cause tha body to Take an Fleah, Urns ..o
system is Beariahed, and by their Tonic Ar
tlea on the Diceative Orcaaa, Ueaulor
atU ara prodaced.
"If If rl P '
. i a a ' i .
uni tfi ri iimi iiuuui
OF Nytf YORK, SAYS:-
" Faw rtliaiana axlat that eaanoc be relievad by ra
atorina' th liver to it normal function, and for
thi porpoaa no remedy h ever been inrented Utat
ba7 aa bjippr an Sm4 aa TUTTS PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
BM 8S,piTray,StTeef, New , Yark.
jrVTF MmtO.!DVaabiafaf or
Btatlon and Uaefol Beceipta " will be mtUed-
TJITT'S JiniR DYE.
tmAT Raia on WRnxxaa caaand to a Gxxen
LACK br a ains-le application ef thi Dxx- It im
parts a Katurai Oolcr, acta Inatantaneoualy, and ia
l iiaaJiataiiaai aa apnnairaaac. . ooaa nr J.1 aaB'iai.-nr
i by aumaaon reoaipt ai ai.
Offloe; 35 Murray St;, New York.
FOR THE CURE OF
i Hepatitis, or Liver ftmpk
i i ; av
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptom&4ia pis wsecl Liver.
PAIN in the fight, ide, under the !
edge of the nbsintireases on pres-
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient (i rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is Jelt under the shoulder blade,, and
it frequently extends to the jtop gthe
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
Cor rheumatism in the armi &Tjie Stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
and. sickness ; the bowels geAeral '
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanied jrith a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back part.1 There is gen
erally a considerable Joss of memory,
accompanied with 4 painful sensation
of having left undone something which
ought to have, been done, A slight,
dry cough is sometimes, an attendant.
The patient; complains of weariness
and debility ; he is easily startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the
he .is satisfied iUiat xdrctbiawfeuld be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
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 exten?
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
A 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 them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. 'IT' ll JL!r'J
BEWABB 6r 1Tb! TtA'tiOTSH,
j.The genuine. are neyer, sugar, coated,
, " ft Every box, has a red wax seal on the
,J lia.' with' tne impression Dn, McIane's
1jve. Fills. i.,.,r... ,1. ,;,.. ;
The genuine. McLane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLank and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr
C McLane's Liver Pili, prepared by j
market being full of imitations of th ,
name JUcActnc, spelled duTercntly but
same pronunciation., J ,
-A .GREEN-HOUSE AND t
-'"-. ' -'". - " . : t i.X. -
. . AT Y0UB-P03T. OFFICE. '
. 11QBES J HQSES ! - j
Send and r'mf catalogue of choice Green
House and Bedding Plants. - J
. We can send plants through the mall to any part
U1D UUUIIU?. I
.'; . 1 ,''!'1-'Ci B. FAIRCHILU,.
ito'Tl.."1 -y ' C3 Seedsman and Florist,
Utt&2C-2nv , r Raleigh, N.C,
I II J.I 'JN
wr k-i l .sw -aw i i it iv
-JL Jh.-Ja.TJ. a
ijH a Ji v- a b 111 -au.J in,
r.5 9i tfl
uit tvKr.;;: ? "h
i tie ot. :ir -sinjcs .! ?i';J:;c' tjcio ?; m-m j
WI retail nothing but ehoioe goods. Guaran
tee every article we seU and will cheer
fully refund your money when our goods are not
found as represented. A good stock of
. ; v FAMILY '".V
GROCER IE S
on hand. , We make specialties of Corn, Flour,
Meat, uais, isnner, xgg cnicKena, uama, and
general Country Produce. Solicit correspondence
iromparues wisnrngu i
F B ALEXANDER 4 CO.; :
Trade 8treet, Charlotte, N. C
. i 1;
Brldgewater Famllr, Belmont Famuy and Bel
mont 4X Flour.
The Brldgewater 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 French and
Choice Jellies, Mustard and Canned Fruits of all
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Marrow Beans, and fresh
Crackers of every description.
: WINDSOR MANOR PICKLES,
the best ever sold in Charlotte. Also Sugars, Cof
fees, Bacon Bams, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef,
Beef Tongues, and In fact everything good ot eat
that heart can wish for Is to be found In my store.
over half a million distributed.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
This Instttutton waa regularly incorporated by
the Legislature of the State for ' Educational and
Charitable purposes In 1868, pob thb tkbm or
Twnrrr-nvs TBAB8, to which contract the inviola
Die iaitn oi tne mate u pieagea witn a capital oi
i,uuu,uuu, to wmcn it nas since added a Reserve
rund Of S350.000. Its- GRAND SINfil.R NUM
BER DRAWINGS will take place monthly. It
never scales or postpones. Look at the following
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
" ' during which wm take place the ! . ;
109TH GRAND MONTHLY
viw,- , AMD THE , . , j
I i . m... ij. vJili. 1
EXTRAORDINARY SEMI-ANNUAL CRAWZNG;
At New OrleansJTuesday, June 17th, 1879,
Under the pergonal supervision and management
fien. G. T BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana.
aodfien, J.TA. EARLY, Qf Virginia
CAPITAL PRIZE $1 00,000. " - I
1 ' - ' .51 (! ! Ii i l. i'i ' M: . . ' i
Bajies,. jFifths, fg. enhs, Jl, , . Jt , .
Sf"J-J!i.. ntua9 v"rr
1 Capital Prize of. ..
.$100,000..,. SI 00,000
1 urand ttizo ot
Grand Prize of.
2 Large Prizes of.,.
4 Large Prizes of...
20 Prizes of
f; 500.. .
50 Prizes of...;.;..
100 Prizesof ........
.200 Prizes of ...
; ' .88:883
10,000 Prizes of ., . . . .. .
APPROXIMATION PRIZES t ;
100 ADoroxtmation Prizea of S90r1.... S9H fWl
100 Approximation Prizes of 100 10,000
iw Approxunaoon rnzei or -
11,270 Prizes, nonnan to..:
tjen. G; T; Beauregard, of La.1
' Commtes'ionBrs. ,
Gen. J, A, Early, of ?a.
. Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to the office of the company in New Orleans. ,
fTiiw xur circulars or senu oraers to ?
4' - 1 S M. A. DAUPmN,
" - Postofoce Box 682, New Orleans, Louisiana ?
maylS . "t " ' '
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I -il'lv""M 31 .It .It
,-. ' . . . i'f. i? irr:!!(i
U til k JiLlllli;.llllllllll l
Eftndi 1 UlUimJAtpJi.ahArurR tiua htarwL Intbn Mitlm
f system la th wmentha .rpoa whq w take
ne pill each n
( irora j, io t. weeits- niaj. do re-
toted: to sound health. If such a
oe possiDie. ;
Sentby mall for letter tampail L
,Thee U no doubt about tbe great supeijorftfrof
in 13 article over cotnmon porous plastersand oiner
external lemedles, such as liniments, 'electrical ap
pliances; Aci! Ufiferhysielans In roarJowo locality
Price 25 cents., ,., ; ap22-4w,,:
' TJh. ?? CrtnnAr.tH lit HaMqHiiW ntfh 1
all BOinta i In Western" North crollnx. Aailvvft
8Dnda.ni ! At nmAnshnM arlth R TFfSnw toSlffi 1
ointt iNOT Eastj and West ; At Goldshorikfrith
V. 4 W, Rfi, for WUmlngtoh; ? . , - ,
'.No. V-iDomiectt ftt 'Ommahnm with ' 1- T Tt
! fi lor all points North, East and West -
TRAINS GOIXS WREST.
. . t - r Is
W -'.Wtmrwr WlJt.ifl 1, MWW tyaafWIWr tOiWf MM P.OO JiP h ' 0 J t 1 :1H-l -.--, - '..!- - .. i" .: '
a- . I - ,;fiaieign.' ' t a oo Dm 15.80a m l a; ft fiaiiii uttiLMUi .
ArrtyGofalboro, 1 5.25 p m I ilttO am 1 1 s ii j
Date, Nor. 10, 18. Na 1 No. 3 Dally
Dally. Daily. , ex. Sun.
Leave Goldsboro, 9.50 am 5.35 pm
" Ealeigh, 3.50 pm 5.30 am
" Greensboro 8.28 pm 6.47am
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 a m 10.50 am
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with C, C. fc A. R. R. lor all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
With A. A C. A. L. Hallmad for a.11 nnlnU Aruith anil
No. 3 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C B, B.
daily except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with
A.4C.A. L for aU points South and South-wesi.
At Charlotte with C., C. x A. BaUroad for all
points ooutn ana Bouin-wegf,
Leave Greensboro, daily except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem, " " " 10.50 p m
Leave Salem, " " 5.45 am
I Arrive Greensboro, " " 7.45am
Conneettnc at Greensboro with traina on the R. &
v. ana n. v. uauroaas. .
SLEEPING CABS WITHOUT CHANGS
Bun both wars on Trains Nos." I and 2. between .
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both wars on Trains Nos. 8 and
4 Decween mew xonc ana savannah via Richmond,
unanoae ana Augusta.
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro. Balehrh.
f34ll1aKim tiollaHiiw on1 fhn,.Hr onl n, nil
prtoclpal potatsSouth, gouth-west, west, North
and asL Fox migrant rates to points in-Arkan-
sas ana, 'A'exas,aaare88
J. K. JLAQUURDO,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
nov20 Richmond va.
htiorfvifn VwmniTl item inflramt T T
Coldmbia, & C, Dec. 27,' 1878,
On and after Sunday, Dec 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington time,):
. ' : NIGHT EXPRESS.
Gome Sooth, No. l.
Leave Charlotte, 1 00 a." x
Arrive Columbia, 6 O0 A. M
Leave Columbia 0 05 A.M
Arrive Augusta .10 00 a.m
Goino North, No. 2.
Leave Augusta... 5 65 p.m.
Arrive Columbia.......... 10 00 p.m.
Leave Columbia...... 10 1 p.m.
Arrive Charlotte 3 10 a. m.
Goiko South, No. 3.
Leave Charlotte ..II 27 A.M.
Arrive Columbia........ 4 10 p.m.
Leave Columbia - 415 p.m.
Arrive Augusta . 8 80 p.m.
, Goino North, Na 4.
Leave Augusta.. 9 03 A, m
Arrive Columbia 1 20 ?. M
Leave Columbia. 1 1 80 P. M
Arrive Charlotte...... 6 80 p.m
These train stoo onlv at Fort MO!. -Rock Hull
- yinwt iuiuuwvi. UIUKVCU,'. .4AWUigt .4KHW
PKauta. , Wlnnaluun DMmum. T iuutllA
burg, Bidsre SDrinss. Jehston; Trenton and Granite-
vuie. an ouier sianons wui do reoognued as nas
stations, i; . - . . ... .
Pullman Palacr sleenimr and drawraMhom hot
on Nos. 1 and 2. Greensboro to Aneuata: also on
mos. a ana 4, new iorx io savannan, via Rich
mono a. ueorgm inirai Kauroaa. " - 1
. i : . T. D. KLINE, Superintendent.
Jso. B. MacMukdo, G. P. Agent,
. : Reject: all : violent TeeU They ruin the
tone oi tne Doweis aaq weaken the digestion. : , - .
.;TABRANT'S i EFFERVESCENT SELTZER S
Is used by rational people as a means of relieving
all derangements of the stomach, liver 4hd intes
tines, because it removes obstructtone without pain,
. and imparte , vigor , to the organs which tt purines
Soldby aU J)rUggtst8.-
jn?u-j i 'm v.i j, i.
These' Pilla will prevent and core- Dyspepsia;
They are an unrivalled Dinner PUVrnlld aperient
and admirably adapted as a family medicine; They
I uk cuiuvausa people m oar
J country, and Are extensively used byTphysleianB In
! their practice. Sold bv D
eene rally.' Send
ior circular. J5. K. BECKW
H, Sole1 Manufacture
pr, retersDurg, va.
' : fJ CELEBRATED 15 ('- "'" ,WJ-
a i Pliyslcjan; Mount Hope Retreat, Baltimore, I
Writes: "I have greatpleaaum'm'Mdtngraf festt
Jnony to the virtues of Colden'a Llebig'a Liquid Ex-
.preparation; used for
racx w Bei and Tonic Invigorator as the verv be
vr aepression, weaxness ana u
therefore, confidently ,r
)., it it .ii,
1. -e Will I'tut A.-tltnnJlla.rv ul kllOnxrmnnlh !
I - nd ts?,t,'''.n'l(w large com miwion, toavllouf :
I mew w wouJerfuliuveiiiioiw. V'tnemvkatwemi
J bmi't' AUqfeSHwtAii ACoMaCThi;yifjj
I CU rffT A Tnnnth nntT .ArriATiaAa vtinMntAiul itn I
a 'month and-exf
Agents. t Outfit free
O ,.l w
Shaw ffc Co., Augua-
777 iiAa.,?ld Penses to agents. Putflf
,: for: sale; ;
J pery is conveniently located, and has all the latest
i lm Droved machinnrr.
oJiPK ana niaes kl fln1 tn nrniTulnoa
Ian? ., ytwv
' tl-i -
For partioulara address I
. i i i i. ' A. ISAACS, Attorney .
;f, '-. for Alexander, Allen & MeBee, i
' ' ' " ' ' GreenvJlle, 8. C. '
May 9th, 1879-!law3m&w3m . . -
cj -;;.t ti, ' ST 1
Friday, Sattf daj nhd Monday iprU25, $e,1
; mi, I
'It j! .
WetakffgreaTlffute'nWWimg our friend
and the public generally thai oar neiflstock
! '.Lhaserrtredand U'oosaptete. ' '
Selected assottrhehC cohlstlhg of
t ; : t ioTUt,7WOOD ANJ WILLOW WaBE.
Lamps, Buckets, Chandelfers,ete.,'etcJ,
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
1 "W7i TT A T T? G A T T?
1 . TT XX U Ii L O A XJ Hi
as'low' as any northern HOUSE, '
JNO. BROOKFIELD ft CO.,
Charlotte .N.C., April 24,1879.
NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT.
A full supply still on hand. Also the Justly cele
VBA JAH JAPAN TEA.
Also noetralaed Honey. ., : ,
Maret 27. -:.-viI-.-:"
a M. HOWELL'S.
In Jewelry and Itocy Goods,' Gold and Silver
; v Watches, BUver ah Plated: Table! Wave, !
J. T. BtJTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER
' ' H'' Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
J3 LASNE, i - - '
, From Paris, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAXXR, GILDER- and SIL-
.1 . ' ' VERPLiTER,' i.Z tf" i
I Trade Street,' opposite. First, Presbyterian Church,
- Every xtnd of feDatts made ht once at half price
anuvrarranted one year, ' Every kind of Jewebr or
-.tironze uiunng, tionngy suraRiatmg ant .
, y&nizing made at short notice and- equally as i
' to new. 4Work done for the trade at Tow prices. f
Apprentice wanted. with premium aadrood
paired ork uncalled far 'will rbe sold at the
expiration oHwelve months, for eost of repairs :
' "eptl& !! t',-. ' k!
J SI vWTvii' J-Ji
Vw .., -
is:t is .-vi.'in- u.Hi. -ja k f-svi s.jj j s
tSSmSiSA tP AEDWBLiy BOUSE, 1 CALDWELL' HOUST i
CKffXK f WALDWKLL gOU8. CALDWELL fiOUsilt
uyarugrl , j, ; ...... 3 ,Vji .j;J; tf- v
, Comer Tryoh hnd Sixth Streets,
' ; i . i . 1 -7 CHARLOTTE, JT. O. :
. f. "CALDWELL.. ,
Tnls bouse is rjemauently'estahUshed and offers
all the ennvenlenees and, comforts of a first-olass
j It a
pleasant home. ' Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with room.
BATE51 Pr llftW. !fnnUn - 1 OR. r 'atr '
6.00. Regular-Htable,'- S13.00; board and room
per month, 818.00. . .. , . H , .. .
lT (. - Athens, GA.lecember 8, 1874
A lew nlsrhti nlnm T crnvA mv asn Ana AnH a t.v. .
.Worm -Oil, and the next day he paMedSeen
UUle eiil. four veara old. nnrf aha nuu
worms from four to fifteen inches lone. w
.i,Worm Oil ior sale by Dnigiilsto ceneniit7fv
re ty LYNDON, AUhhis, "v
-Price 25 eeatsw Artut.A.j rfeb21dAwly.
.WHEN ANY MAN
,u , FEELS SICK WITH
cdLD CHLLI&FKVES FLUSHES, HEADACI1E
t W t J
. ,:and general uncomrortablenesa,
WNlCNOWv JEXACTLT . WHAT AILS HIM
Then Is the time to take , -vj ...
.' MQTT'S PILLS.
made of certain immunfD k
the LIvap. nJMriVViS:"".'."a,L
when all other remedies fall., t
Take them forjilllousnesa. Indteesttoii rnstrv.
OBders ef the stomaeh. ' '
. JOHN TJhKNRY, CURB AN 4 CO.,
8JD0LLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
For sal by L. B. Wrlston & Co Caarlette, N. C.
mai4 . ,
Is a perfect Blood Pueifier. and is th
only purely Vsgstablb remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cukks 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.
feb25 6m : , .
Bishop D. S. Doggett (Soathem Melh )
It is an excellent corrective of indigestion. Have
used it with prompt beneficial results.
. Rev. Dr. Mangum, Prof. University of N. C
I Concur With BIshon TUweftt in hla oaHmuto if
the Vest Pocket Cure.
Rev. E. A. Yates, P. E. N. C. Conference.
It has benefitted me. Send another package.
Rev. Leroy M. Lee, D. D., Meth. Hist'n.
I am never without It at home or abroad. It is
an antidote to indigestion. Uneasiness after 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-everrthltiar " dvs-
peptlc of fifteen years relieved by one dose.
Rev. Dw. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
. Itia endorsed by the direct personal testlmonj
Of men of national fame and of strictness of
epeecn.- it is not too much to say that no medicine
ever had such: -support in its favor as a specific.
i ae wora oi any one or the eminent divines who
. underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weigns. xneirimitea 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.
JEdttors Religious Herald, Va. :
:- Rev. R. L. Dabney; LL. D., Ham. S14 Col, Va.
It highly esteemed hereby the regular Medl
oal Faeulty 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, RAG AN & CO., Greensboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Salisbury, N C !
mar 20-Urw tf.
NO MORE RHEUMATISM
''i!CVT E OR CH R 0N I C
A L I C Y L I C
' BURS CURE.
Manufactured only 'under the above Trade-Mark
. EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
. OP PAKQ AKS LUPZie.
' Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
Physicians of Eurone and America becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
COnUnAntH. Thn Trio-hopf XfaAtnal Imutemv ot
i Paris reDort or airM mttnt hvikum within three
1 . 4 days. ; Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
i 1 Uric Add which exists In tne Blood of Rheumatic
ana uouty iTiuents. si.uu a box, 0 Doxes iw
HI sent to any address on receipt oi pro.
1. Endorsed by physlclanev Sold by all druggies. Ad'
nov7 oniyimportere'Depot.aacim-sL.iv. i
- For 'sale by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feb 18 fly. ' ' ' Charlotte, N. C.
. c ; MINING .AND.. IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
i For elltag' and bnyinr Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of eoct, an propertjea placed ip P'F
papds fpr sale, .
TH08. X DIUTTG.
Cliarlotte, N, &
"yyELL improved ; ' ,
CITY PROPERTY vU BAtJS.
"''Any person deslrirur to purcbase a well Improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern co -
five minutes walk of the nubile sauare, can be ac
commodated by. applying at. -;TTrtOTTrlt