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1 1 HE WORKINGUAX'S raiSS I 1
i n .i m i di
" . STATE HEWS. I , T
There b a good deal of pettyfthieving
A Raleigh calf was fatally bitten by
a rattlesnake a few days ago. I
Capt. Kitcbin, member of Congress
from the second district, is at home.
J l TouJ"1 Wilmingtot&ahs v average5 223
pounds. Bet a quarter they ate not na
to WllABMiil fdil nt wise
least. Ml 1. 1 1 a "i:iift.fcv
..'Mr.,T.rH. Jtewis announces himself
Worii 'otm editdrs'df the Henaerson-
ville cwner. ' m: "' n' 1
Tf is ronrtrfAd that C!oL Jasl M. Win
stead of toecnsborp.icpntepftrtates start
ing a bank at Rei&tifieT T rif t 1 .
Fred Douglass died in jail at Halifax
on the night of the 13th inst ; :
feWdMeeld'Iast 'week in ' a ! field near
ff1SeeIlt'te 1)611 ataChed
Mr, Samuel Johnston, a
nitlzan of Poolar Tenr-a5lru
ty, died suddenly last Weane;
mont tt V.1 a last week. liev. Dr.
llshed ft medal at Trinity College, worth
25tobe given to the best speaker in
the senior class each year, y
One of the cases before the Federal
court at Asheville involved the title to
60.000iicreAi iluti 1
Cocke county, Tenn.
There was no mail through the coun
try from Milton to Ilillsboro last Fri
day, for the reason that the mail-rider
stopped 'over at the latter place to at
tend: the big hanging.
.aJWiTSBttElf Greensboro, is rep; 1
rumiiitinif tha Grand IgeoTnjObd"
i - . - . iAun:
Fl W W1V.XI
inn4ro tnerr -Ta
dttioxtolph couflty? They
efifc pna pi te AJe
" The Lenoir T)wc. sateq hat the con
traotfolbn'strticinlgtke bridge across
the Catawba river for the Chester, and
Lenoir Narrow Gautfr "ItailrblCd1 has
been awarded to Col: Murdocki of Salis-
John B. Edney, a printer and a na
tive of AshevilleL where heHved until a
few years agovcomTnttted5 suicide on
Thursday of last week at Nashville,
Where ; IwJibw wen living lat
terly. The Rockingham Spirit says that
both .of the cotton factories at that
place are ift a highly prosperous condi
tion. T.heyfi.runwtiig f ult .tkne-. and
find ready sa jEojr?, jjoodtiey. can
make, at fair prices.
Concord Register:. The wheat along
the line of the North Carolina BaflroacT,
between Concord and Charlotte, is not
looking well ; the present favorable sea
son will improve it,, but , it ; will not be
an average crop along there.
The Press says that wheji the grad
ing of the Chester & Lenoir Narrow
Gauge Railroad was completed to Hick
ory, a number of the citizens subscrib
ed funds and had a free dinner prepar
ed for the officers and managers and
Milton Chronicle: Mr. R. S. Wooding,
of this place, lost on Monday, May 12th,
a thoroughbred colt named "Mat Ran
som" by Red Jackson, dam Grey Stock
ing -IfeiwAsnpronotiriced by judges the
.4)rjBl4iesJLxolt- ever-seen in this-section.
Cause of death unknown.-;
The ceremonies 'of the dedication of
the monument to the lost plots of ; the
Cape Fear were had in Smithville last
Thursday. Rev. H. F. Wiley, of Smith
ville, made the,, dedicatory prayer, and
Rev. EA.Yates, of Wifmington, deliver
ed the address, which is; very highly
Wilmington Review: thirty-seven
bales of pine tops, labelled as pine
straw, 'where shipped hence to New
York on the steamsnip Benefactor. It
is the second shipment of the kind
made - from this pott, thfirst having
been maae twa weeks ago. Tne tops
are used for various purposes, princi
pally for making mattr asses and paper
stock, and an oil of consideral medical
virtue is distilled from them.
Rockingham, Spirit: On Friday last,
and killed Peter Elliott, colored, at Mc-
Dugaurs suu, on Drowning creek, in
Cumberland county. It seems that Pe
ter was wanting to borrowTsome monev
from Case and being refused, got mad
and went, to slashing, around with an
axe when Case fired on him with his
pistol and settled him f 6r good. Case
' was taken to Fayettevule, had a hear
ing tefre : magistrate) and was ac
quitted. . ;
At the meeting of the directors of the
Cape Fear and Yadkin Yalley Railroad,
held at FaytettevIUtfnHhe 15th instant,
in answer to a proposition to carry the
uoad'abtm4 by ""the factories on Deep
river, thboaroVtated. that if the peo
ple of Randolph county would subscribe
seventy tnousana dollars , for the mnr-
tne roaa woiua ue .carried around,
A.1 J. A. . X.1 iJ i .
1 1 m I. niiiiM iiprwisiii ir. Txrtinr mnmtx
Greensboro ..fey. the direct "route. ' A'
, proposition to take the more directraute
jnoififecBsboro New .NorW State ?.aPr&:
eW?hraytt)f the XlE&XiW&XML
fKlA Valley Railroad, his obtained, the
full allotment of convicts' for hi'fld.
- One . hundxed uf LlmfcUj Nl ill Ly Tiere tof
this wSoStf J?oTruelay!kThe
engineers are in town and will proceed
at oncei to retake of tbB w6rk here, so
that the5oifviet may feftt txwork with-
vtSLTOMW W circumstances.
6eBt)daaskmiof the Snprenie Court of
ll&&&ti$M& teFety proba,
"TMlity'tnatTheunpaid contractors of the
' L.riafenrgffitfioy AshfeyilllRallroad
wiU wr,thetr'claimis;Th,6 decision;
i in-Uis f thaiothe, ciaams j
i Uve4andi contractorof railroad nor.
; porattonre superior tojtmd have pri-
fc Wdaiwseo willi i of icourse,: other
t hrtsBprirg? ttnd1 a:'.long ana Utter
. ohteldera. The lawyers .will get ticb.
- fcXftcthWirtinrRnk 5o, welhayb a
non and Mrs. Painter Will
Abfekt imfefi off TafroiJPI payp i e r,,
Wttwitrf cluTj rwrasf, Dimaru i
in o i An . m i ismt ki i . . rvi l u.
: n.: ..Twr .i,.vfW,vi,irf MMuia
I Tai a
the lower house of the last Legislature,
fwasjtaartied Thursday toMisd HMen,
HahterofVtidgd II. Wallace, of
fb fUvPmnr liiafttJbdllltetBMr. W."
rlGilreith treasure, M1M. : A. R.
rrl-r.I sftftlitor. of3 Greaville .county.
athti these apfotontf, Vf 'in ag-1,
- T 2 5 sT . 1 11 ft
primary election, held September 14th
v Gov. Simpson has appointed the fol
lowing gentlemen as delegates to the
convention of the, United States tBaaxa,
bf Trade, to be' held lit New York, June
! s. v. Tnnner. of Charleston: An
drew Simonds, of Charleston ; Jno. B.
Palmer, of Columbia, and J. N. Brown,
eisDiLrtrr i ri v
j. m m m i b we
of State Sims, two miles from the
ritv. between 1 and 2 o'clock this even
ing;, CqU Sims .iFiBgcjiaftbe
hotiset'iarfahls wife, ifot caring to dis-r 1
t,VK hor htitohftri frtinr&'Ml -the7-rfeudW '
on the head withale,tPfi woocL xne
rascal recovered and made good his es
cape. The Situation in Coogresn.
Special to the Baltimore Son.
veto of the leidsiauve. executive and ju
dicial abDrbbriatibn'bill will be receiv
ed in the first part of next-Week. Aa
liTapossibie thereafter it is propos
edto hold the Democratic caucus and
teeufiTthe course to pursue. Prominent
Democrats of both houses expressed the
joiivto-day; that the, iejssion would
sftinla? vefy lhlrt ito, some said
within the next ten days or two weeks.
The desire to get away has beconle very
Btroiig. and th& c'atises a cotresjKnding
disposition to adopts as soon as may be,
a .ilecisiYe -policy of - one character or
another. A formidable Sentiment has
grown up within the last few days in
favor of not passing any appropriation
for the army. Western Democrats say
that the most popular thing with the
nHayw dodclfannertof thftt-regiwisrenld be to let
$atl, aftd4 thelihny bflr-g6r"Tli& view is not en-
lenaineu uy a goou uiaxiy oi Liie ouulu
ern Democrats, who think the army
ought to be provided for under any cir
cumstances. The signs of M eakening," so-called,
appear only .among tne boutnern mem
bers of the two houses, while the East
ern and Western Democrats seem al
most unatitffious in favor of standing
saxraTe"tnrto-thessue madd bv the
iPresfdeUt The " conservatisni of the
i Sbttthern ni&tbeEsis net unnatural an-
OltMdJ maces, andean readily
-appreciatetL n .aniiuipaieu tuai
jliXieuexs cauuHa" yuijBffHa most inter
CSpngresC and rl4i. beliweif that what
eSselsexoafbe dddl4aat, a ma-
vyfty wil declare in Jirorjjfia speedy
dkfurninent," If it beidettdf! by the
taucuatofitss 16 appropft" 1 for the
n j, axmyAwa iWjiaoMgfl that tae T-esi-adlflenf
caff aflything by-making Con-
greas bacte4tnMtki seasiun, aythe de
tefmination onpe made, Avill be adher
ed toaral the is4ef s-Utf H. fought out
to the end.
Book of Church Order.
ln the Presbyterian General Asseni
bly at Louisville, on Monday, a commit
"According to all this testimony,
therefrom, most of which is official, it
aDDears that one Presbvterv namely.
Muhlenburg declines to vote ; in ouen
I'resDytery namely, i ayetteville
there is a tie vote ; eight Presbyteries
namely, ; uoiumra, Anoxviiie, Mary-
and Mecklenburg. Nashville. North
Alabama, Western District and West
ern Texas vote to reject ; and the re
maining sixty-seven Presbyteries to
adopt, some sixteen of them nearly pr
quite unanimously. - . . J
" lhe committee having had referred
to them by the Assembly the overture T
4 1. : i -r- - l I i I
nuui -ivimiKuoii x ivnuy Lei y respecimg
tne not binding of the new book with 4
the eoniession or the hymn book, for
five years, and the overture from Padu
cah Presbytery, moving the Assembly
to incorporate the old book's chapter on
preliminary principles into the new
oook as a preface, recommend that a
negative answer be returned to both
overtures. All of which is respectfully
submitted. For the committee.
"John B. Adgeb, Chairman."
This report was adopted.
Hon. Waited jfVansf Republican can
didate for Governor of Kentucky, has
meetings runnings through the month
of ?; Jnn4 nd' hga5invtted Dr. L. P.
BlakbiirntUe Dejaifljcratic -jnominee,
Th0 Wilwaukee (Wis.) Sentinel
which is opposed to the re-election of
Gen. Grant, has interviewed a dozen
gentlemen in that vicinity, and finds
tnat secretary snerman is the general
iavorite tor tne KepuDiican nomina
tion for the presidency.
Oen. R T Butler writes to an. "Ohio
National as follows : "I do not think
success ,fpr the National party lies at
present in coalition with; thd '!perao
cratic party, because they have, not put
inemseives squarely upon , the Green-
oacK piattorm in this, that Whatever
money is issued by the government
must be a legal-tender for all debts.
pu Due ana private.
A Tribute to Newspaper Reporter.
The Philadelphia Board of Trade re
cently appointed a committee to consid
er generally the best way of havine its
prpceedings matle public, and particu
larly whether a stenographer could be
employed to advantage. The commit
tee reported on Monday ,that whatever
plan jnigUtbe adopted, reporters would
be sure to be on hand, and the news
would go to thei'Wblic without delay
and jir spite pf idi obstacles. It was in
evitable that some inaccuracies would
occur, but much was corrected bv an
intelligent publifi as they read. In short
the committee came to this conclusion
t.Vf e cannot 'dispense wiEh reporters,
not with their auick nd'Alactv work.
and we freely, acknowledge the value of
tnejr services, to the puDiic,
4-' ! i
A Bad Lot.
. Ill .".'( I:'"'
1 "fHl (WMM
.Buell In Washington Capital.
It is'usuallv the case in this countrV
that Ignorant and jiatriotie hofeesty go
together, whence hai krlsen the maxim
f lncomfn6ri acceptation with theBadi-
Kill psrvy, tnat a nonese man is ati--a
fool." I have of ten. observed r the te,n-!
deneyin the press oi Ih., Democratic
party to assume that the, masses who
vote the Radical ticket for example in
Vermont, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
the xiWesternc Reserve of Ohio, Iowa,
Kansas and t,hr'1rnnir1!lswT Irwalifipa nf
that ilk are well meaning and honestT& 1? 1? , Ti C 1 . 1 "I?
fmenrdeteded-byttreir leadei-a. They
are really nothing of jthe eorte On the
other hand, they are 'as ' base, vile and
vicious as the men they select to repre
sent tnem, and, in tne mam, quite as in
For Sale. A line country residence,- with chol
urroundlsni etc -Tnla freauently mean ttatlhe
ccupant visbes to regain' health because feijeat-
aeuce in a maiariai aisuict wui inauce Diooa pot
sonlne. and hence diRAajte. Thiamin hA mnnt frtnt.
(UUouslyicountetacted by the prompt ? adrtoinlstra
uuu vi ur. suits tuooa Juixrure.
i ri a i a - - i Kit ji , t i.il
H IUIII IU UWLII I ,
Is the fruitful source of many diseases, promt ,iuJ
i rrrrr.-.t . ". .r " .i s.i
sent Among wiucn sra
, DYSENTY.BIUOUS fEVW,6E AMD FEVER, r
u Jaundice, wtlsiiMErjWAtiswoSEy co?til
rLnini iuu civ. rii n m
SYMPTOMS OF k
i mnnwi if
b' ? t Nausea, the biwela
L - . . ...
es alternate wita
in the right side and nnder the sheg.,J,
memory, with a feeling of having pegleoiaAt.ul
some duty, General weariness; Dizaness,
Flattering at the Heart, Dots before the
eyes, xeuow Bldn, aeaaacne generauj
over the right eye, Bestlessness at
with fitful dreams, highly colored U:
TV THESE WARNINGS AEE MKSEEDEDi
SERIOUS PJSiASES WILt SOQ'iBE DEVELOPED.,1.
sTreTeiTDaeiallv adaotod io such
' w m m m m
are cntmuded fM4siMtaBces that are
free frem any pr epertiea that can injare: "
the most delicate organization. Titer s I
. Search; riteattse, T drift, anil Invigorate
the entire System. By relievinsrthe -aorced
Lirer, they cleanse the btawA O
from poisonons humors, and thaa impaar.jJ
health and vitality to the hednvramsins;
tne bowels to act namraiiy, wiuim
which no one can feel well.
A Noted1 Divino says:
Tt fllf 11111. Taa fii. Vnv mk M T . V. -
a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation ad Piles. Last
8ratur omr Piile wore ronniinead time: I
bars good appetite, digestion perfect, regular stools.
Hies goae. ana i navegamea torcy poanassoiia aeon
are worm taeir weigai in go;a.
I IITTIO HIM
I U I I O TILLOl
Their first effect is to Increase he Appcl " r,
and cause the body to Take on FlexU, t!ms - .10
system is noarished, and by their Toni Ac
tion on tbe Oieestive Organa, Re&alar
(Stools are produced.
DR. J. F.
Few diseases exist that cannot be relieved by re
storing the Liver to its normal functions, and for
this purpose no remedy bus ever been invented that
has as happy an effect as TUTT'S PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
OfHce 35 Murray Street, New York.''
ry Br. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor
mation and Useful Receipts " will be mciled fre
TjlTT'S HAIR DYE. i
Gbat HatR OS W&ibkxbs changed to a Glosst
BlOKbrsaine'leappUaationof this Iti- It ha.,
parts a Natarai Oolor; seta - Instantaneously, and is 1
as Harmless as spring water. Sold by Druggists, or
aani by exsreaa on receipt of tL
Office," 35 Murray St., New York.
apr 1 ly.
THE GENUINE "
1 y i CelebrtyedyAnjerian t
71 M iiiqA
6VMDTOMC nr UADM6
ri. countenance is paie ana tea
j 1 ep-cojored, with occaonsd, flushes,
? a? cirdiAnscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; .the eyes becproe( dull jthe
ptipils 5 dilate ; an azure
runs along the lower eye-hd ; the
nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes
bleeds ; a swelling of the upper lip ;
occasional headache; 'with humming
or throbbing bf the ears ; an unusual J
secretion pi sahya ; 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 painsin the
stomach ; occasional nausea and vom
iting ; violent pains throughout the
abdomen ; bowels irregular, ax times
costive; stools slimy, not,unfrequent
iy' tinged with blood ; nelly- Swollen
and hard ; urine turbid ; respiration
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by hiccough; icough sometimes
dry and convulsive uneasy and dis
turbed sleep, iwthf grinding of the
teeth ; temper variable, but generally
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
(IT DDES FQT , CONTAIN BStCURY
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
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 character, they
stand wthdut'a rital. ' "
AGUE AND FEVErT
No better cathartic can be used prepar
atory to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are un-
BffWABE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never, sugar. coatedw I
Each box has a red wax seal on the
r. lid, -with th impression llRl'MC'LANfe's
Liver Pils. ft , .
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Flemwg Bros7w ; "1!
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. ;
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming Bros.,' of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being full pf imitations of the
name Mctrie) spelleji differently but
same pronunciation. 3 T
X GEEEN' HOUSE AND
t in. klk cJ' t hiilti
I'i it' I
UtrSHltfiWt w xx
AT TOUft JPOSTjOFKICK.
i ' 'i f i-T
Bend,' and get my catalogue of choice Green
House and Bedding Plants. .
, C. B. FArRCHILD.
r . . ',ts Beedsman and Florist,
and Florist, j
- all it r ii zn -x.iia.
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t- -IMKi iii '
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aimi f.asfnymm w' 'f ''lr "a
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asteafcvtf .uoi-iii-rwriii i iif nOil"wi
A fecial lot of
Af f.AYi ;i -'
Dress and Trimiaing Silkss
New things In HOSI KBY AND GLOVK6.
. ,: i ; . i.
An eArty Inspection of tneaoore will beo roar
To WID Bad ear toikf iSPBINO AND 8UM
AOA WXratSG te rkot.; poamialet iit the mar.
ket, at oar well-taown and popular .km prices.
. .'i HT.WITTBOiraCT ft BABTJCH.
B. J. H. UcADEN,
Lubln Xxtracto aad Colognes,
.English Select plees.
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap'
Kngllsh, French and
American Tooth Brashes
lib, ... .Ji
Carefully prepared At an houn, both night and
j. h. uoABxira
r Prescription 8tore.
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EXTBA MO; 1 KEBOSKNZ
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ALADDIN' SBCUBin OIL.
West's KxtnNo. 1 Kerosene 041, from C West
Soma, Baltlsaore. i; !.'- i r-.j '-.-u .
s-rw :' fieaoi9i
Highest Medal awarded atCentennlsI Kspesttton
CrystaJ OU Works, Canton.- .Warranted to-stand a
fire testotllO ojsgrSalupenkeit efowJt will
P, BWBK!-i.'; j. i; ?v,, ;
jui to ;y,ln5'jM eciiemmt rs tsiv jJisw 4
snwi.' 1 OT''JSJ I" 1 '! ii.".-UiT;'. wtn fr: vy j
.' .A iWiV. ! ':'' OT.pajs),.".J'ii . ' ' .' !..!.
Db. J.H,M0Appf,alet Agent, , t ?
? .ifHi' HOUB-i wifJc's .
v Thelateat and most complete inventton of the
aay--Crockef dr Fawnswoith'a Fluting and Smooth
tng Lon. Saves the expense of fuel and tkc se
vere task" of standing over a hot fire on Ironing;
Thn'tron heats Itself' and tttL Save ftsvfOrth in.
wood consumed under the old process in a short
r s-i fWMigrryieeSh? ta5-yo do
-WJOSSPHSW.1!?, l.'U ,-JtU'Jr M,JF.-t..,t,Li n
aBDltatonce'to the tmd'-M-St Charlotte-ltf. f .''-' . ; fx ft
i.ihIm .t 1; .t'r"uf rc-fi .ml liini!
jfuibuffi i -in4i;u'
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ii ahum iu ,J-o (It t.i
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i la ooonectioit wJttt ttie UraBoti et' Thb 0-
Ba3Yut,anI tiieestabllsiunent of one el 'the "1'
ii -hii iht .Ui. ' ' " . 7;;uv-
est, nipst eomnlete, and most thoroughly equipped
Hii VHiit ji:rf1 f-Jl'hfiIl !i M I 'i jl
lm the South, the proprietor has Ju&t added a com-
Lajjii i'i !;:'.!-! ; ' ' .'f
1 1 j s 1 ) : : : 1 :;-ir-r 1 1 , 1 1 " : ' .
of eiecutiDg the very best cla& of ork si
stort notloe. OldmagarinesheTOpApe Wer
or 'books rebound In handsome 'stylei and a't,
very llW figures. ' . ' ..j :
And work of tlls class, trued and bound to order.
We are prepared, to taralghelose estimates
every description of .
LkTTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOB
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATES and POSTEBS printed here fn as attractive"
a manner as hi New York.
We hare a very full supply of type for printing,
at short notice and In first class style,
BBIKPS FOB THX 8UPBJ5MK COUBT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments In good shape will do well to give us a trial
We have the meet accurate proof-readers, and our
work is as free from defecte as It is possible to
. . Ball-Cards,
,.'... - - . i- !...i- -
Cbeulars, ' ' ;
Envelopes, ' "' ,,Vii
,i -.i- :av v.;i. Handbills,
;M .,i -v;!1 li-nii s-;ol l'UChecks,
.TJftli Tt"- ' ..I '
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BeceiptBookfl.1 i '
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Vi;: I I
In $iM kinds of pdndoaeW short noMeer
tsaWattentK)ngrven toBallroaPrinfJng, ' ;
t' 1, rlTu fv Tjl
ill 1 VI
Having a larger supplrof type than most jog es-i
ii':i; wj n'MMWinL-a t v.
;'. "ub eaiiO JtianKn- pM
ij 'HI llirr Ifli j
.lhiiQrio 3ni tiRtJ M l
"mulvl I3'9n llii RffrXlH'l
it rsii ,im,l t4 nit5iih j .lajiOg.
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ire to. ntormlng; oqr frlehd
apd.fhft pupUtf esnerfllly that our new; stock-
1 'ii.nr puii(
II! ! i
ill i i
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. We oordiauy lartte aD te inspect ow large and
i - fiilixj '!' Mil ii!'-1 '
i j , i ; well selected ewortment; consisting of
t,.i jj nt'-:8"'!,( if--ij ': 'i'1! '"
1 I J'; I' i !--' I' ! ! . V - ? J T i I .- i ' '-'Mi;.
jCHI-lA, LASB AKD BBOCKKBYv '", :
m-jiv '!! iii fiiJ-- 1,1 ' '
; ' ' ,AT!WAlffi.AiajTLfiY., '
, .. ,. , . .TIJ WOOD AND WIL1AW WARI,
i;i V i j ..!! v ..i; '- i-, .
tamps. Buckets, ChandeHeis, etc, Me i -
HAtt of -which' we w1U.eOer wtf m, At prices to
suit the times. ' ' ,
will do wett to give us a call, aAjwe fare prepared
t - 1 ' ': ' ' ' ' . . .
. ' ' TO FILL
W H O L E S A L JE
7 AS LOW AS NY NOBTHEBN HOUSK "
. .. JNO- BBCmjJtLD A CO.,
' j ..-t a-itMiti;
Charlotte , N.C., April 24, 187ft) -t ijil -j
A FINB LOT OF
S. H. HO WILL'S.
In. Jewelry aad, Fancy Goods, old and Silver
' Watches, Silver and Plated Table Waie,
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD ANT SILYfiB ;
-Hed Canes '-and, eyerythlng you want
gi!o. ?m;1 mi 1 aiiii-f' tn j j
H i"' ! ii-;'!('i 'ul Jo (rrI-'n'
WATCH and CLOCX
I ! iK'-il -i fHli
GUIDES and -fatu
i ! I 'Jill i !
... u..ir t
.... i! s f lWrrfSllJ .JiSIntf
TnABtreet,opiibklte Fftat lyterUla Oitireb,
, fireirklnd ff lepste nMaa as oneat halt price
and warranted me yeabtnSvezy Uad, of, Jeweffy o
fp nevf.lWntk ilenefAvtheiraMieBJilowricea7 i
BeDawWteiekfieff tbrwili Wsokr'ei the
expiration of twelve months 1or cost of npstrsv i -teptlS-
IALDWBLL HOUSE, CALTJWFXL HOUST
, HOUS&j CALDWKLL HOlEs
nl t " il .Lin.;- "i1 "
if H'iVl jfjiiyiiifi i" . ,UiUi '.; i-
jii i 'i'A ?
.1 'li "i JiI'j'mh.I 1'J if'"' Iju. ig '.J
ilioiia iuli jCBABLOJTlt Jt Jon (,r:S
BwL4M.t ,iff-: j ..(. Pwprietor:
L-t x..iii'"i.'J i'..' rf , -
vtijjf'i n M ; i"i' i (i '"'J
; t ;ThIaous )s petmaneqtly esUbllshOd and offers
ail the 'conveniences skd comiorts of a Brst-dass
it m ptsBswHs nomaw rennanem nsmuem wanmu.
; . rv, 1 At-1 " m iij j--j
1 BATE-U-Per ay tnhsleAt) fl.2S per 'week.!
twiKeis--Dijt;ius.vuj Doarqana room
per month. HSJWi ,. ...
00irMGHS, COLDS, jsTRVj
0(..f knd All dlsqV'Hii AwiltrWl. I .
Uka hfinn i.nH.j m
i nas cureI thpusahdsof caserrnn.r;
given up as! hepelest dny 01
however ortlnirie. riri Vmw ,
i r- w- '-w wai umii iftr b. I
i (oat cures toe worst cases.
JOHN F. HEKBTCTJBHiN ()..
:ForsalebyL. B.WWad!j4 .Co.. Chariot v ,
mar4 "idiwt t:
SMITH'S WORM OIL.
Anuoss, 6a, December 8. is:
large worms. Atbe same time I gave ne torn
little girl, four Visas old, and she rWdTlgh& Si
k ki- i-,.- W. P. PHIT.I.TPS
, Worm OQ for sale by, Dcai
jwrea py ly
; Price 25 eeut.
,Ta . ii i-ifii i-i' TTt r nn Tfi i si A 1 .i
;eaee,!iht hMirnade' radicas and Prrmanrvt
.XCuna of BrarWi eCBOPTt in all their
i! stages.' r',',i i ' ' - '". -
.. tt thtirenrtfly reiaovBS toerenrr fmm the
I " systeni; tt relieves the agonies of rnen nriai
neiiinm mm, mm tiKW") ures an kjh his-
Sold by drnggiats generanyl
fetr25 Om ' :
.; .h'.h ifij
Bishop D. SOoggett (Soothern Meth.)
It is an eicellent eorrective of indigestion. H.ivf
used It vrtth prropt beTwgclal results. r
Bev. Pr, Mangttm, Prof. University Of N. c.
I concur with -Bishop Daggett inrhls estimate ul
the Vest Pocket Pui i-T
'.-Bar. E. A. Yates, P. tlJLC. Conference.
It has benefitted rae. fiend Wiottet paefcage.
:!'; t -t Hi m
Bev. Leroy M. Lee, D. D.,-fteh.,Hbt'n.
Iam never without It at home et jweed. It is
an antidote, to Indigestion, Uneasiness after a
j trpmngtecheclced toff the ttowels regula
ted. . Its. merits are attested by numbers of high
character: I have' seen a " trled-everything" djs
peptic of fifteen years relieved hy one dose.
Bey. Dis. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
' It ia' endorsed, by the dlreet personai testlmonr
of men of nuttopuil fame and ot itrictness of
apeecn. . Jt is not too mocnio say lam w medicine
ever had , Men summit in-its iavoe as-asceciflc.
wnrA nf any nna r.t tha nmlnn.il rill. who
underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia hat deserved
weight. Telf nnttd
perlmerital use and ai
witness minea wiia me ei-
oi tne preparauon oj
a. rumttvyg n doubt, u u.
-rwonderful theraDeutical agent.
jwiiors aeagtrniiiTaiav. f &
Bev. B, L. DabneyTLL. D-Ham. Sid. Col., Ya.
' It is highly esteemed here by the regular Medi
cal Faculty and the people. It Is excellent for In
digestion' and llatuwnt colic sedative, soporific,
tonic, sllghtiy aperient, without nausea.
: SOLD BY ALL DBUGGISTS.
t For sale by:
. DB, T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C
ODILL, KAOAN A CO., Greensboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KXUTTZ, Salisbury, N. C.
mar 20 dtw tf.
A R O MATI C ,
LavnTU VAs. A
! iiii FOB fr
r: ri ! NO AtOBE KHEUMATISM
,i.i' OB GOUT
a c M-tM 'o blc HBOKIC
R A LfC Y L
r:f.Ii H I 1
, SUBE CUBE.
MAhtocturedonly rr the above Trade-Marlf
: ,hi; v ;:(. -IJ !'" , ;
; tUBOPEAN SACYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
IlnrmedlatB VieDef warranted. PSrmanent cure
. kow exciuamiy usea oy au ccw"-'"
nf nmm atul InwrlnL beCOHllBg
eTHwmlessV sBehaUe Bemedy on bou
Paris report 95 eutes out of 100 eases withinj
days. ' Secret-The only dissolver of the polsono
Uric Add which exists In the Blood of Bheumax
and Gouty Patients.-$ 1,00 a box, 6 boxes wr
S500. Sent to any address, an ript of pn
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by all druggists, ao-
.diessi i-'mU f.. .r-WASHBUBIiB'T
novl , Onlv Tmrjortera' DeooL 23 Cliff -t , N. I -
i : STOLEN.
FBQJf myJitableson the night ot
. dark sorrel horse., six or seven years om
."OBINTDtG JtATXBIAli JOB SALE.
,,-Xhe aademlgned, Is agent foe the following de-
scribed, " .,rlt ii-v;, .I n! i.
PRINTING, TOlESSSES, & -MATERIAL
which are the ai aud m Itesulng the daiir
eic, emDrwui b I.iiiallv Tne;
2 by SO inches maize, or iww-v-ri-d m
re comDaratively new and to good.ordera
are comparatively new
.:. tmi :.jB-ijii j ujirr aiMU i;' s in
ramtlam alMk-arwl Mtnd in' one erw
ing or hearing of the animal described wui
, One Hall-JHeaium wwj''-1 primer,
f Fonts Brevier, Bourgeois, Mrnlon, f,it)er
"SarTsjoHN C. BAIA-EY,Agenv
4t?Hf54L-il ri rnvule, & C
.,4 ,jM-shr.a' 1