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TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1879J
BMEF NEWS ITEMS.
The Piedmont Press ha high com
; pliment f of Cougressnlaii Steele. y
- . ? V. : lA..4-r nrnnll mAliafl tthin.
p&liit fact killed, a snake, in a square,
stand-up fight, . i
A New York drummer was caught
in Wilmington without a license and
was pade ttf pay a fine of $20.
Gen. R. E. Colston recently delivered
his lecture on Modern Egypt to a fine
audience Washington City."
Fifty-nine thousand dollars worth of
old bonds were received at the State
treasury for. exchange, Saturday.,. -i7
Judge Sjpfceicklr'as invito fleliyef
thoi literarv address atiTrinltri College
on the i jal of;i June but had ; to: decline; s
Mt. W. Burkemer and Mr. George
WilUams, esteemed and valuable citi
zens of Wilmington, died Friday. ;
A young man in Kockingham, twen-ty-ttfee
years old, and, esa.tha,ri six; fee,
high, weighs 313 pounds and is gaining.
An accidental fire destroyed the house
of Mr. W. W. Parks, of Burke, with all
of its contents. The family barely es-
' - i
he Asheville library rooms have
been formally opened to the public.
Judge Dick made a talk on the occa
sion. The Progress says a negro man was
camm,tte(f to Lincoln jail last week
charged with rape upon a girt of his
"Wilmington has at last gotten rid of
those deserters from the Havana snip
who have given the quarantine officers
so much trouble.
Franklin, Macon county, is to have a
railroad meeting on the 28th insfe. Sev
eral prominent railroad men are ex
pected to be present.
The Asheville Citizen says that Capl.
Charles II. Thomas, formerly of Ral
eigh, and who was connected with the
Warni Springs in 1877, is now5; lessee
and proprietor of the Mineral Hill, near
1 Jean Station, Tenn.
The Enquirer learns that a Mr.
Thompson, of Union county, narrowly
escaped death a few days ago by eating
of the roots of a poisonous plant which
lie mistook for what is commonly
known as angelica.
Mr. Edward Fasnach, of Raleigh, is
cultivating siik worms, lie has now
about 200,000. They are ravenous and,
the News says, eat about 800 pounds of
mulberry leaves per day; A pound of
the cocoons is worth $4. . '
.The 'Citizen says' that two: artists
suent several days of last week in the
vicinity, of Asheville preparing sketch-
- esinm matter ior a en otter iwiu jiurper,
andrsome special works which they are
: piuraped in erettine ud at present for
- the Piedmont Air Line.
Mr. Wm. E. Pool, of Wake, according
totlje Kaieign news, went .undex-ihe
oil mill on Xeuse river, in Wake, last
Thursday ,to get someToaches to use as
bait to fish with; when he incautiously
rarr against the machinery which drew
him up and -mangled him so horribly
that in a lew nours ne oiea.
A glowing and elegant tribute is paid
in the Jitue mage Jfiaae to lien. John
stone Jones's memorial oration at Mor
gan ton. It is said of it that "the ad
dress was indeed a most thrilling and
eloquent tribute to the noble dead of
our land, a true memorial offering, not
a word of ; recrimination, not repinings,
no recital of injuries and wrongs, but a
manly, patriotic record of Valiant deeds
of high renown, of steadfast endurance,
undaunted bravery '.and sublime patri
The Asheville Citizen tells of a Mad
ison countyjnaiden who started thrice
with her lover to the : magistrate's and
thrice backed "onf'on the way. After
the thirdflaseo ; the lover took from her
the bonnet, dress and shoes which he
1 ! k t " . X ' - . 3 J
uau given ner to get marnea in, ana
had just gott toa. distiUery; in the
neighborhood and begun to drown his
grief while he flooded his lower levels,
when a messenger arrived and told him
that the fickle, one had relented. He
returned with the wedding garments,
and the magistrate, at last got his fee
and the youth his bride.
Asheville Citizen Federal Court item :
There were on the criminal docket 21
continued cases, and 232 new bills, with
239 defendants. There were 105 sab
missions and 25 convictions for viola
tion of the revenue laws. The senten
ces of those convicted were ,as follows:
1 for 2 years; 5 for 15 months; 8 for 11
months; 1 for 10 months: 4 for 9
months ; 9 for 6 months ; 1 for 3 months ;
and 6 for 30 days and cost, with &1.000
nne in each case, except in the sentence
for 30 days. All parties sentenced for
less than 12 months are to be confined
in the jails of the different counties.
The Asheville Citizen states that an
appeal to the Supreme Court was taken
in the case of the woman, Rachael Mi
chael, convicted of murder in Cherokee
court and sentenced to be hanged on
the lOtlu Hence the execution of the
sentence of the law was staged. She
was convicted of having killed, her
brother-in-law, James Ross, whose hogs
had been in the habit of getting into
defendant's cornfield. The people had
quarreled about this matter and Ross
was found dead in the cornfield, his
neck dislocated by a blow from a stick
lying by him,
Wilmington Sun: Yesterday the as
sociation of the surviving officers of
the Third If orth- Carolina regiment, of
this city, celebrated Its fourteenth anni
versary. The anniversary day was cele-
1 . A. 1 It l ' M
uraieu uy uie gatneiing or omcers' on
Greenville sound where appropriate
exercises were conducted, i llon. Geo
Davis read a poem, which was written
by a Wilmingtonian, specially in honor
,of the association. The part not the
least enjoyed by the veterans, was the
big oyster dinner. The officers spent
the day, as may be imagined, inthe
most pleasant way. May they all live
to celebrate many another anniversary.
Wilmington Sun : The Radical party
m - jjrarawicBV jnas taken a notion to
make itself richi all sudden, and is
taking the necessary steps towards
prosecuting Sheriff Chinms, and the
superior court ierk, Guthrie, for 2,000
damages. The suit, we understand, is
brought about through the" instigation
of Judge Russell;? The grdtmds for the
prosecutions are based upon the "ille
gal manner" by which these two Demo-;
ratic officials secured their induction
into office, or words to that effect It
is the biggest piece of nonsense ever
gone intoly Brunswick's "truly loil?
and we are anticipating a lot of fun at
their expense. j; ; ;
: The Newton Enterprise says that as
: there was no quorum present at the
- meetin of directors of the Chester and
k " Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad at New
ton last week, the present officers holi
over until the. call , meetihg in Dallas
on the 26th of next month. The same
j paper .states that. the whole indebted
nessof the company is about $140,000:
- also that the company has authorized
the ksue or $300,000 of first mortgage
bonds - which will easily pay - off the
?2SJ1kiS?1 he pad ftom Dallas to
lenoir, if the bonds .can ;;be negotiated'
- for anything like a fair value, i n
t gross earnincrs of thW too w
. amounted to about ,$32,000.. .Expenses
$20,000, 2,500 tf that amount benigex
v, pended f cr cros ties." ; . , :. - .-;. ;.,
TAi Next President and tictpfesldeht
of the United States. ,
To the Editor of T Observer: j : 1 ; i
In view of the large gathering of
prominent men from i all parts -of the
South to attend the - celebrationi to-day,
it has seemed proper for us fto respect
fully submit a suggestion lor yieir con
Ridpration . o M f U
We, as members or T;neiemocraua
Republican party, must, if we value our
liberty, elect the next President and
Vice President of the United States.
Two theories have recently been ad
vanced by which, it is said, we may be
8UCCeSSful. . . .- - : : ' : .
First, it is said with Mr. Tilden as
our candidate, we may carry the fol
lowing named States ;
The Southern States 138 votes,
; pfeworki U35rf If
S 75 !Tnm-lnroatr 3 I 2 ill f ' .
Or, three more votes than are requisite.
Second, it is claimed with Mr. Thur
man as our candidate We may be "vic
torious in the following named States,
or, four more votes than are necessary.
rne vital ODjecuon to tnese pians is
that neither is reliable. There is no
doubt that we may rely upon tne vote
of the entire South, can Mr. Tilden,
however, carry his own State? Since
the origin of the nadidicai party, it has
never had so complete a control of the
New York State Legislature as it has
That party not only eiectea its state
ticket last fall by a handsome majority,
but the State Assembly is their "banner
assembly ;" their majority in that body
was never so great during the exciting
contests of the war as it is to
day. Indeed it is not saying
too much that were it not tor the pres
ence of Erastus Brooks, the minority
would not exercise the slightest control
over its opponents in that body. Even
in the city of .New 1 ork, the Kadicals,
by coalescing with a faction of the De
mocratic party, carried that city. And
the Democratic mayor thus elected
seems to be doing hi3utmost to concili
ate those whom he ought to look, upon
as enemies to t he true principles, of gov
ernment. Since the rise of the Radical narty in
the year 185.", the "Know Nothings" have
'carried New YorkQncev Tlie Demo-
cracyana .their opponents have each
elected, portions, of their ticket twice.
The Democracy has ttected its State
ticket ten. times ; The Radicals have
been successful eleven tunes. Indeed.
there are opponents of -Mri-Tilden who
do not hesitate to say -that .he would
not have been nominated for governor
...... . . . r - - j .
naa it Deen xeasonaDie la suppose that
John A. Dix's gubernatorial? majority
oi ntty tnousana votes coma have been
reversed and it is further Said that Mr.
Tilden's large majority - was' "Owing to
the fact that Roscoe Conkling was de
termined to crush the senatorial aspira
tions of ixeneral JJix. -
As to the second theory; suffice it to
say that the only State in the entire
North which we mav reasonably con
sider Democratic, is the State of Indi
ana. Unlike Mr, Thurman, Mr; Hen
dricks has no foes ; in his own ; State
But we must remember that when Mr
Hendricks was elected Goveraor'he was
the only person noon the whole Demo
cratic State ticket who was elected,
ana mat nis majority was, compara
tively speaKing, sma.il. ;i
TT 1 j - a
nis popularity as governor ana nis
continuous efforts nave so strengthen
ed our nartv there-.that our maioritv is
some fifteen thousand votes. His schol
arship, eloquence, irhd overmastering
power f argument,-and the vehemence
and impetuosity of his repeated attacks
in each campaign on the ; Republican
party, have endeared him to the Demo
cracy of Indiana.
The purity of his private life, his un
sullied integrity, and his kindness of
heart, have endeared nimtO a large cir
cled friends irrespeetive-'of -"politics.
In our opinion we cannot rely upon the
vote of Indiana if the friends of Mr.
Hendricks are : dissatisfied. Even he
will not be able to control their indig
nation if his really paramount claims
are slighted. i
W hat is to be the issue upon which
the coming presidential battle is to be
fought? The "fraud issue"? It would
be simply absurd to make it before the
country with any other candidate than
that represented upon the ticket in 1876.
But the issne is to be a plain one: one
free from all disgraceful entanglements ;
one involving only the Jeffersonian
idea of the reserved rights of States.
Under the old legend of " Home Rule "
are we to march.
The Democratic partv stands sauare-
ly on the constitution, and demands that
the States be allowed to select their re
presentatives for Congress, and for the
electoral college, without hindrance or
interference by the military power of
A moment's reflection will convince
the reader that if our party can but car
ry the States of New York and Indiana
the necessary electoral vote will be (Se
cured. These States can be carried pro
vided the following named ticket is
put into the field:
Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indi
ana, for President. i
Sandford E. Church, of New
York, for Vice-President. ,
The first named can unquestionably
carry his own State.
Can the Empire State be carried by
the chief justice of jts Court of Ap
peals? Mr. Church is a citizen of Or
leans cOuntyNJYV -Hi wa$ at an early
age elected district attorney of that
county; t Subsequently he was elected
Comptroller of the State of New York
and then Lieutenant-Governor. He af
terwards founded the celebrated law
firm of Church, Hunger & Cookeywhich
enjoyed a reputation second perhaps to
no firm in the Eastern or MiddleStates.
At the Democratic national convention
held in Tammany Hall in 1868, the dele
gation from the State of New York
were unanimous in presenting his name
as their candidate for the presidency.
This delegatlotit 'Voted sfor him more
than sixty time's; until Mr. Vallanding
ham nominated Horatio Seymour. And
when the.Court of -Appeals, was re-orr
ganged, n tecoode Jwfthtfi amend
ment of the State constitution, some
eight years ago the Democrats' 0ft that
State electedTiIpp; by.'thewholly.nnpre
cedented majority r over-j- seventy
thousand votes. He has never been de
feated. ' ne is stll in the prime f vig.
orOus manhood. He has never been in
doubtful political relations, or held du
bious intercourse : with : rings; pr: stock
jobbing; politiciansSiJue iajtcHlayr: all
tmngs considered, the strongest man in
the' Democratic ' patty . of NeV ' York.
His selection, therefore, as the Demo
cratic candidate "for Vice-Eresident
would give the ticket rwith Hendricks
atlta bead, much more local strength
tjtaiit had in iSlfcu't. ' rv, -.Morally
and intellectually it is, we
believe, as a, whole, the strongest ticket
yet presented to the' iAmerican people
yet presented to the' U.merican people
i i ty unce.:ine presenTi system
of electing our rulers has obtained. :
makJ nB25L,8ht.mM,Bafe" shadows and
fteedfrSnl th?lf!i the human face
rrXX l08 dark Blotches and Pimples and
A TORPID LIVEIi
to lbs fruitful source af many 4iseueynrtp ,
nenl amcm? which aar ''
BXSrcpSlA, SICK-HEADACHE, , CO$nypiES
DkScJlIcJtT, BIUUUS rtVCRi, Abut AND rtVtH,
JAaflOlCE, PILES, RHEUMATISM KIDNEY COM
ftAQtt, COLIC, ETC.
otto OF A 4,,
or Appelftjyatia, tb potrw
with IuU aenafttiona tha haeJf. part,Pin
. in th right fcide nd trader tha aHolder-'
Made, faHae attar e&Mac with. diin
clination to exertion of body or mind. Irri
tability of temper, Iiow apirita, Ztcmset
memory, with a feeling of haying neglected;
aome daty, General wearineaa; Dieaineaa, ;
riuttering at the Heart. Doto before the .
eyea, Yellow Sldn, Headache generally
over the right eye, Bestleagnesa at niafcft,
with fitful dreama. highly polor4 Qwiaec
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE QETKELOPEO.
cases, a clngto doae effects
such a ctions feIJrig as to
astoniah tha suffarsr. s
are eempeaaded from abetaace that are
free from. propertieatluu ra Injure
the- most delicate ergaalatieii. Taeji
8earch, Cleanse, Parity, and InTiQinU-e
the entire Syateni. By rellerina; the en
gorged Urer, they cleaaae the bleed '
from neiaenoaehaiaera, aad tfcaaim"iart
health aad ritaUty te the body, eanaiag
the bowela to act naturally, withent
which one can feel well.
A Noted Divine says :
Dr. TUTT Der Sir; For to.seua 1 hve beaa
a nUrtrr to D7pepau,-Ooastipatiin and Piles. Liut
Sormf Toot Pills were raoommended to mo : I used
I am now Well man,
Derfect. r jular stoola.
hare good appetite, digestion perfect, rcular stools.
?iiee cona. ana l naTegamea tortj pouncss-j..a at
bey are worth their weight in gold. '. .
ISt B. IwSUiPSOS, Lniaiila, K? .
ilea gxma. and I have gained forty pounds solid
Their first effect la to Iaereaae the Apprtf ,
and cause the body to Taka ou Fleah, liuic . .o
system is noariahed, and by their Touic A
tioa on the Digestire Organs, ltegular
b tools are produced.
OR, J. F, HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:-
" Few diseases exist that cannot bs relieved by re
torinar tne lint te its normal functions, and fur
this purpose no remedy hns ever been invented that
baa as happy an effect aa TUTT'S PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
ORIeo 8ft M array Street, New York.
1 Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable lufor
Butkm aad Useful BecelpU" -will be mriiedfe
tUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OBAT Haia On WmziM channd to a Glosst
Black by a sincla application of this Dtk- It im
parta a Natural Color, acts Iastaatanaoaaly.i and is
as Harmless sa spring water. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by exorees on receipt oi $L.
Office," 35 Murray St., New York.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden-colored,
with occasional flushes,
or a circumscribed spot on one of both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; -the
pupils dilate ; an azure semicircle
runs along the lower eye-lid ; the
nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes -bleeds;
a swelling of the upper hp;
occasional headache, with humming
or throbbing 'p( the' ears ; an unusual
secretion of saliva ; slimy or furred
tongue ; breath very foul, particularly
in the morning ; ' appetite variable,
sometimes voracious, with a gnawing
sensation of the stomach,at others,
' entirely gone ; fleeting pains In the
' stomach ; occasional nausea and vom
iting ; violent pains throughout the
abdomen ; bowels irregular, at times
costive; stools slimy, not unffequent
ly tinged with blood ; belly swollen
and hard ; urine turbid ; respiration
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by. hiccough cough sometimes
dry and convjilsiye ; uneasy and dis
turbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth ; temper; variable, but generally
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE.
wi (jertajnly effect a, fure.
it befei not contaIi! -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
DR. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for,
all the ills that 'flesh is heir to," but in ;
affections of the liver,, and in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that''chatactef,: they
stand without a rival. , . , ;
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepar
atory to, or after taking Quinine.
'ft rnple5 argafire (hey are un-
BEWARE OF iariTATIOKS. ,
The genuine are never sugar coated.
:: ach 'box hks a "fed wax seal' on the
lid, with the impression Dx. . McLane's
Liver Pills. . ,
Each wrapper bears the Signatures of
C, McLanr and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon-having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming -Bros., jot. Pittsburgh, Pa., the
- market , being' full of Imitations of the
name UlcLane, spelled differentlj but
- same pronunciation ' ; '' '" "; " "
A GBEEN HOUSK AND
AT YOUR POST OFFICE.
ROSES I OSES ! ;
8end and get my catalogue of choice Green
Hooseand Beddlrig Plants, i fO ii- .' . .
We can send plants through the mall to any part
the country. - ,
C B. VATBCHILD, '
'r-l. ma V.w'v.iedBsnaa and Florist,
March 2ft-2rm r . Balelgh.N?a
lOTOiPand other Jftually fHoeedee. '- y. -jj.
t :Jurt received, a tew tarfala flertr fortert CD.
... :.. : BEST BT&y&PgX.
AteO a line lot of Coontzr Bamaii 1 wolfor cash.
,t au gvoas oenTered lBtneoireewKe.
lack7!? old stand.
: i Next door bekm Wilson ftrBlack'
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
WI retail nothing but choice goods. Guaran
tee every article we sell and will cheer
fully refund your money when our goods are not
found as represented. A good stock of
on hand. We make specialties of Cora, Hour,
MeaL Oats, BurJfegs, Chickens, Hams, and
general Country Produce. Solicit correspondence
from parties wishing to boy r seH.:
F B. ALEXANDIR it CO.,
MayS. Trade Street. Charlotte, N. C
Bridge water Family, Belmont Family and Bel
mont 4X Flour.
The Brldgewater Family took the Silver Medal
at the Paris Exposition. Try one barrel and be
conTtneed that It n the best m this market.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED, A FULL. LIME 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 deacntttoru .
WINDSOR MANOR PICKLES,
the best ever sold In Charlotte. Also Sugars, Cot
fees, Bacon Hama, Breakfast Baeon, 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 STATS LOTTERY COMPANY.
This Institution was resrnlarlT lncorDorated br
the Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable purpose tn 1868, ron iex tebx or
TwxHTT-nvs nuts, to which onlraet the tnriola-
Die i aim oi me Mate is pledged with a capital of
SI. OOO. 000. to which it has since added a Rmatw
Fund of $360,000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER OMU WINGS will take place-monthly, j tt
never scales or postpones. Look at the foUowing
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
lOdTH GRAND MONTHLY -AXD
EXTRAORDINARY SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING
At New Orleans. Tuesday, June 17th, 1879, ' :
Under the personal supervision and management,
Gen. G. T BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. J. A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPTT ATPRIZE, 8100,00a
G& NoUce Tickets
Halves, 85. Friths, 82.
are Ten Dollara
. LISTrjar .PBJZES:
1 Capital Prize of... . .$100,000.
1 Grand Prize of.
1 Grand Prize of. ...
2 Large Prizes of...
4 Large Prizes of...
20 Prizes of ... .
50 Prizes of
100 Prizes of ....
10,000 Prizes of
' - APPROXIMATION PRIZES t
100 Approximation Prizes of 100..... 10.000.
w Afpnm matron smzea H - iS..... 7 ,000
1178 Prtaanxamflng to.,, 152200
r v.: Tr t vommi8sionera.
.Application for rate&tocmbssnonldonlybernade
mi msb iau wi we company in mow uneana, -
; Write for clrculara ot send orders to
M. A. DAUPHIN.
PoBtofflceBox 693. New Qrieana, Louisiana
1M yf iTrm
GONDKNSED TJlCt ; -4 ,;j g
-US li i v tt- i rV5 '
. NOBff CAROLINA RAILEOAD. .;
eoorexaST. ? .,.,.
cnol ad iu,:
ArrTe Goldsboro, ,
a uu i bb i tj.Hu a m i
N a-Cenneets at SaBsbury with W.N-1BR. for
aU points Jr Western: North Cbrnllnav dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with B. IX B a lor all
points North,East and WestAt GOWsborowttli
W. dc W. R, B, for WUmmgton.
i , No. 4rConnecte at Greensboro - with B. 4 i: B.
R. for all potnta North, fast and West. ;
Date, Nov. ia'7&
, Dally. ,
Arrif Charlotte- -
Branch, f At. Charlotte with a, C ft A. B. R. for all
points South, and South-west; at Air-Line Jnnetloni
wm A.sGA.ii. uauroad ior au points south and
South-east. JUi iSuU
:Ne, Sruecta at Sallsbnry with W. N. C. R. R.
daily except, fiunday, i t Air-Line Junction Wtth
AftCLJL.1,. lorail Points. South and Sooth'West.
At : Charlotte with; A. Railroad for all
Leave Greensboro dally' except Sunday, 8.60 p m
Arrive Salem, " ' " " ,10.60 pm
LeareBalem, ' " " " ; 5.46 a in
Arrive Greensboro, .: 7.45 am
Conneettogat Greensboro with trains on the R. A
P. and N,.p,TRailroada..
, r SLKKPIHa CABS V.TTHOCT CBASeX
Run both ways on Trains Nos. 1 and 2, between,
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 8 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta. -
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro, Raleigh.
Goldsboro,- Sansbary and Charlotte, and at all
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East. ( For Emigrant rates to points in- Arkan
sas and Texas, address
J. B. MACMURDO.
Gen, Passenger Agent,
nor20 Rleiuaond Ya,
Reject all violent PunratlvAa TheT rnln the
tone of the bowels and weaken the digestion.
TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
HnUUl WfJ Til 0 1 ruunlA a n wnASkna A MkllAirlnsV
all derangements of the stomach, liver andlntes-
HtlU. W IX . : . 1.1 .
mucb, vcgouoo hi remores oustrucuons wiuioui ptuu,
and imparts vigor to the organs which It purifies
Bold by ail Druggists.
ThASA THIla Vfll nMDAnt onrl jm-sm TViranAruiln
TnT fljfh an nriTivaltAH TMnna. 1ni wmII Drwtvlanr
hu ua uuvu auiut m aaa uiuu npT3iiuiat
and admirably adapted as a family medicine. They
" www V, WUV UMO. UUUfMCU WOT : UJ UUI
country, and are extensively used by physicians in
for circular. E. R. BECK WITH, Sole Manufactur
er, Petersburg, Ya.
DR. WM. H. STOKES,
Physician, Mount Hope Retreat, Baltimore,
Writes: "I have great pleasure In adding my testi
mony to the virtues of Colden's Lieblg's Liquid Ex
tract of Beef and Tonic Invlgo rater as the very best
preparation used for depression, weakness and in
digestion, and, therefore, confidently recommend
u to we meaicai proiession." sold by ail drug-
We wilt pny Ag utsutjaau-y ot Uio per raonlh
tnd eipf , or allow a large cumtDuvtion, tosll our
naw and wouJerhil inveMinHa. Wt mean what sksow.
fismpls free. Address hnnutaa & Ca, Usnhail, Miah.
a month and expenses guaranteed to
D I I AaentS. Ontflt free Shaw On.. Aiuma.
A YEAR and expenses to agents. Outfit
irets. Auuress r. u. YHsJUSKI, augus-
Whenever you feel like refreshing yourself, call
at PERRY'S and get a plate of
OR GLASS OF ICE LEMONADE.
He also has the finest Bananas you ever saw,
weighing nearly half a pound each.
' SCRB3NEBS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE
mm eraiB aho bots.
Messrs. Beribner A Co..' in t7a! betfAn the rMshn.
cation of St. NicHotASi -an Illustrated Magazine
for Girls and Bora, with: Mrs. MnrvMnmia TlnriffA a
editor. .Jive! ream have nassedsineee first num
ber was issued, and the magazine has won the
highest poslUon.rit baa amouthly cticulatkH of
j ovxa 50,000 ooprxa.
li Is bubllssi'mWtmie ATM)
New York, and the -totosatlatrtie -iecrjgnitienia al
niostMgeoeral,nd hearty si theAmericao; Al
though the progress. of -the magazine . has. been a
steaay uuvimce,Tt nas not reached its editors ideas
f best;jMcause be ideal- eonttrrUally outruns it,
and the magaaliie as swiftly: fellewia. Teday
Sr. NnaoLj stands ; .,, ,-. . v , . r
TheeJTaarements br IRerftW and arWiMrMs.
tlons ior the.new totome-the slxth-pe eoncplete,
drawincfrosa alreadr favorlter aonteefi. i ns wU &
from promising new 'ones.. Mr. Frank K, Stock-
uars new senai story ior ooya, "
Will run through the twelve monthly parte, be-
iiuiKmu ue numoer sorAoremoer, i7s, the
Oi Ll3c. 4'- i.i
By SWharinftlX Sinlthy lthrjiutrattoWTredr;
eriek Tlilman Iwurlna in tha noma ...--ji
S.iiSii or .Buaanr-CoeUdge,; entitled- "Eye-
earn tn thn vninma ';Tlioi ,n
--n -I ' -
will he Mrrrrnfinnd
,eufAU7eaned u ,:.: i.i
; f t, ! , AfWSI1? WWr WKSSk" i !
lures ui mt.. n lienor. h tha mutsm- ravuuk-A.
iu roBpwa m suorv swnea,-; BiatnTesi,' poems,
pjrgmistnKtlve sketohesr. and &elure and lre'
ttoui atRVf-.nnrnt UiH iviM fttU- tad-it i .
.Tenns, 834)0 aTear: as eenin ssnmw,. cutL'
T , "1 rw vuvtwmw iol. wis Dauer.' t
nsMuufj svr OUUOVUUE i
ft - , ' "fsa'-",f vww4 vu. ,
Li .fir-'y.Aiac. t-.fuit v moHinnmu anwft
i.i&ia&iea tkaeelraaiw tinkiMwn;
Also, 2 boxes topacco, owner X Ward. - Ly?? ,
r'.:- It T tt i--. i I t'.'itji'.-.w-.'r . e Z
JNoOce 1a hereby given to the owner or dalmahta
of the abofsdwaihed propwty to appear before
me at my office in. Statesviiie. nnn rZ
thereto before the expiration -of thirty days froni
hereof, or the same wfll to forfeited to the
United States.-- - - J. J, MOTtI p
f J.J.:Yorao, ',--'; 'ckillectoifl
H w "iluorua oe umstratea or jea:
XI KeHy.' The StorVtS One oT travel and seventh
t Florida isiid the Bahamas. ' For the girls; a oon
yftf-f g.HiR 5-5 3 Vf nr.'t
7 i-tti l: J,-' .. !.: . i (.... .N .
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iT THE . :
JHQ.,fifiQQKFIILD & CO.,
Friday, Sara day and Monday, April 25, 26, 4 28.
We take great pleasure In inforinlng bur friend
and the public generally that our new stock
has arrived and Is complete
. We1 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 gite us a call, as we fare prepared
AS LOW AS ANY NORTHERN HOUSE.
JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO.,
Charlotte , N.C., April 24, 1879.
A FINE LOT OF
TURKEYS AND DUCKS.
8. M. HOWELL'S.
May 17, ...
In Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Gold and Silver
Watches, Silver and Plated Table Ware,
J. T. BtfTtER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
' "il T. BUTLER'S.
; ; i From Parls France, .: ; . ... , ; u; .
W ATCH and CLOCK MAKER. GILBER andt SIL
Trade Street, opposite fsnt- Pfesbytertan ' Church,
: ' ' HattJraj'iStork '
Every iLted of repafiiB made U onoeat.hall
Broni tJUdmg, Coiortnit 'mJeTLatfM
vaniztoaT made at short notJeseiirk kh.m
mjw, n W' dowiot ttoradat KwrhW.
est twelreaoanrna lor asatlnf Mtmlra.
raeptlB.,,. n.-j0f, .3r,-j jHia DIH ??!' '
rALDWELL HOUSE. CALDWELL
K jATTVnrxTT Yjfrtav. niTmrmt
iwu'i?5:,; ak; 14 j;lt- .ft .1 ImB m rn.
: Corner Tryms Sixth Stwete : :
Corner pvl8!ih.StreetV , .
yi scil wult ihriv ' ' '
S. P. IALDWELL.:.v .., ; ...Promietotv
J 1 .a ; j
This house to periniuMntly erti Wished and offer
fftA JillftsnMtlMlAnJl sM.i' ' SJ S --L
uuuhj. f eruituieut poaroers waniea--
Wsterie,' flt per week,
Begu1ar-.table, -118.0(t board and room
onth, $18.00... 3'.ti. ."!
Atjixub, Ga., December 8, 1878.
-A few nights since I gave my son one dose nt
Worm Oil, and the next day aWMmedtiwe
large worms. At the same tone I SWne i,"
little girU lour years old. and she pawed etehte
worms from four to fifteen Inches long 1
WonnOli for sale by l)roggigenauVI.
pared by K S. LYNDON, AthTnsrTa! 1 re
Price 25 eents;- feb2ldAwiT.
OS AD A L I S
rT?tfW BT for
Debility, and all diseases ar&St
impure condition of the blood. m
Thai rriArlta nf t hta nh,.Ku .
ire so well known that a riTiS i.
but Wicessary to remind the reaklrsof thu
family necessities. K or
Certificates can be presented from m m.
Kamilles throughout the South, endorsw
thA illirhttat lurraa 11.. ?'J.'s III
Idails. " uuw or Kosa-
" he has dsmi it in mu rai A ;"
jer diseases with much satisfaction."
DB. T. C. PIIGH. Of RalHtnn
mends ft tn all twranni ,ffn. JLj.l. J,
eased blood, saying it Is suDerlr tn
preparation he has ever used.
M. t Conference South, says he has been so
much benefitted by Its use that he cheerfully
CRAVEN Jk. Vm runl. n....
rtlle, Va., say it never has fotted to give sat
SI KtriPT! n u.viTnnu . ul.
Tennessee, says it cured him df Rheuma
tlsm when all el& tailed. . .
'Rnnadalla In unt n m I I i i
(tlon; Its lngredients are published on ever?
fvlCUioCff Is composed of the stronoest
KiP-S- 18 811 excellent
DlOOd TJtmnAF- THrl ratr hum hJk
could reu Mtarnlal fmrn
ta the SouUteand rom persons known to ev
ery man, woman and chud, either personal
ly or by reputation.
Rosadalls is sold by all Druggists.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO..
8 College Place,
For sale by L. R. WRISTON 4 CO., Druggists
feb!6 1w Charlotte, Nc
Is a perfect Blood Jumpier, and. is the
only purely Vegetable remedy known io sci
ence, that has made radical and Permanent
Cukes of Syphilis and Scbofula In all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; It relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all sldn dis-
Sold by druggists generally.
Bishop D. a,DbgtettXBtttieni Meth.)
It l fin ft issTiTlii ii Mlslnsisisi'lniil jksw Ji . tt
ss m wu vawnuis VWICVU:T9 VI iUUKCDUUUi IlUYt
used tt with prsnnt beneftctel results.
.Beyfck ISmtixat, Prot Uhtf erslty of N. C.
(si aoHmsfA n f
the Vert Pocket Care. pTnT
RevrET'XfTales', ttTST C. Conference.
ttnasWeuUed met'' "fiend ahbdie padcage.
RevJ Leroy M. Lee, D. t., Meth, Hlst'n.
I am hever 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. Ita merits: are Attested by numbers of high
character. I have seen a "tted-everything" dys
peptic of fifteen years relieved by one dose.
Rev. Dra. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
It Is endorsed by4he direct personal testimony
of men of national fameijiadt ofc strietness of
speech. It is not too much to say that no medicine
ever lad sWheupport tt'4tlarers 'a speclflc.
The word of anx pneefjthessmmentj divines who
underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia has deserved
weight' ' Their United witness Joined with the ex
perimental use and approval of the preparation bj
welkknowo physicians, removes all doubt It is,
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent.
EdltoM Religious Herald, Va.
: Rev.BX;Dal)ney,LL.DHam.Sld.CoL, Va.
It is highly esteemed, hen by the regular Medi
cal Faculty and theaople. It Is excellent for in
digestion and flatulent colic sedative, soporific,
tontc; slightly aperient without nausea.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
' ;- For sale by:
DB. T. 'p. SMITH, Chartotte, N.C.
ODELI4 RAGAN & CO., Greensboro, N. C.
, THEQ. F. 'KLUTTli Salisbury, N. C.
. . NO MORE RHEUMATISM
; , OB GOUT!
; : ' :'.-.! I :;v : ;'- ': ' :
ACUTE O RXC HKOKIC
'.!;! LK: - i.
-Vi;L I C Y L I C A
;! r j SURE CUBE.
Tklanufartured only "under the above Trade-Mark
' ;V. bythe
: t ; EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
' , ' or pabb akd innia.
: - - Immediate relief warranted. : Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe .and America; becoming a
Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on botn
continents.- The . Highest Medical Academy o
Paris report 95 cures out of 100 cases within three
days.' Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists In the Blood ef Rbeuma t c
and Gouty Patients. . $1,00 a box, 6 .boxes for
$5 00. Sent to any address on receipt of price
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress -2 - WASHBURN E A CO.,
n novT . Only Importert' Depot 23 CUff-st, N. Y.
: ' For sale by J.' n. McADEN, iwuggists,
feb 18 ( ly;f: : f Charlotte, N. c.