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' k --a.a-v .... ''
W. S. Cason, a former citizen of Wil
mington, recently died in Piano, Tex. 5
There are foui new Methodist church
es in course of erection in Stokes county.
tWilmingtpB iias organized a fox Jui
teVsclnb wtf'E. EMJu'frns tfi presil
The annAmlnfca StabfclV'ta fer
ry, Richmcmad)fenty will' tafcd place
on the 18th of June.
f C JOB rPRINTINa n
THE WORKIN GM AN 'S- FRIEX T a
HEWORKINUMANS FRIEND .
In these daw ef JpolItteK triekew n tn, t
thetW heed; la SeiS ifuVeafaVd W
, DR. WpSLl;s
BALSAM ?hi LUNGS.
It Is a sure cure for
ic6NSOMPTioU,''cOUGB3, COLDS AST
BRONCHITTS baiiqp lliM.
FRIDAY, MAY? 30, 1879.
THE SITUATION AT WASHIIVGTOX
wh, AAimirn.menl Question -Tl&hfe-
bvjO IqooR leeY
r . r .. A ! ,. t' . I. 'il .
. ! i Mm f ' ,
, ii(t-i' .. - S "
-v ,,!AT THE-5.
-ijwvi-i'.Jl-;.. -,t,. : : ;
:?. -j'r"-' f ?! :f4;MTiii . -; .; ,-...:.v: . :'V
" - - ,M. : .' i'ir . ": i -.';-'";
Ze awrf Stalwarts Secretary
Sherman as the Administra
tion Candidate for Presi
dentEfforts to Check
A,manbv thfljiame. oJLTatj
.-!t.i, '' ';.'-' ')' - ' ; ?- ' ' 'r U j ,!'!:.-
Mid M Rnrrrlia hfo&riifhe
j-ttjiHW-Kl ".HTif.: - J :
i "H 11 ifopmeltei otor
We have this day added to our atockjt-plendid
and all diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Th
Tlnwft?! f.bft freedom of the
line of Buntfegi irr J
w a shtnoton. Mav 2f . The com rail
migtqn, and f rjghte n .Ue:itizen there-J
, DYSENTERY. BILIOUS FEVSR, AGUE AND FEVER,
tee on ways and' weans determined at
PLAINT. COLIC. ETC.
3 IS CUI1-
. B t kf ' III II II
members advocated fixing an earlier
rtav r.rmtendiner that there should be
. a i..
no difficulty in getting away by that
time. Mr. Wood had intended to re
port the resolution to the House this
afternoon and ask immediate action,
but Speaker Randall, who has been
watching the situation very closely, advised-Mr;
Wood that it would; be .best
not to offer the resolution until after
the reception of the veto -message oh
the legislative, executive and judicial
anDronriation bill. Several of the Re
publican leaders, in ithe JlpusetooJt oc
casion during tms afternoon to intimate
to the Democrats that triers was a
strong' ptfobidiility. that the Republicans
would filibuster to prevent the passage
of- aHV .adiQUi-ameut-ae.sftliituiii . unless!
the appropriation bills were first dis
posed of. As all the Oho! Bejufeljicaji
members and a number of other promi
nent Republican members are now
away, there is a feeling on that side of
the House in favor of keeping things
in statu quo until the return of the ab
sentees. The feeling in favor of . an
early adjournment ; continues to in
crease, and to-day several Northern
Democrats of both houses openly de-
clawed jtha befr thing; tq do, was to passJ
the appfoprraeion mns 'ana go uoree.
$ orty memDers or uie iiouse nave oo
tained indefinite leave of absence, and
it is understoottthat $hfy will ilot re
turn this session, whetlfer It be long or
short. Leave of absence was refused
to several members this .afternoon, but
Mr. Morse, of Massachusetts, one of the
applicants, who expects to sail for Eu
rope in a few days, said he was going
anyhow. Under tle rule members ab
senting themselves Without leave for
feit their pay, but this has always been
rpgftrrie&HS a dead lettety--- -
HOUNDING THE PEES
Apprbftciies Mv Um tetm ,i
elA!tmhJ'aw as iwtmld -place the -atK
polntatettf of deputy jnarshals in tlm.
haiidsjot the unilea states judges ln
,stQadf the marshals.'? Ehis was 'mot
cohstdered a material point, asit wonld
leave all the ifiach1hery"of tlre Fearal
law unimpaired. - Those, who have con
versed with the -President -of late have
arrived at the conclusion that he will
hold the ground on " which he now
stands until after the meeting of the
next Republican national convention.
They believe that the influence of Sec
retary Sherman is now all-powerful
with the President 'that it was through
his arguments thafthe Xresident aban
doned the conservative attitude wmcli
he has maintained since his incumbency
and has ranged himself alongside of the
SHERMAN niEt'KMATIXtJ (I1IAXT.
"The object had at heart by Mr.'Sher
tnan was and 4s toeheckm'ate theCJrant
movement. Shertian s the adminis
tration candidate for the next presiden--cy,
and the administration being now
in full feather with the stalwarts, it
am with every reason expect to exer
cise a wide inllnence in shaping Repub
lican pontics lor tne iuture, and in
playing an important part in the man
ipulation of the next national conven
tion. The recent letter of Mr, Sher
man to Mr. Ilaskins, of Xew York, ac
quires a new significance in view of the I
above. Mr. Sherman there declares for
national supremacy in national matters,
and he puts himself forward as a candi
date for the presidency in words which
cannot be mistaken. The election is a
national matter, and Mr. Sherman's let
ter means that the administration will
never ssurrender the Federal election
laws, and thflt-the administration, and
he personally, propose, to stand bv that
issue for the next campaign. Tins let
ter was submitted-w-tfr President be
fore it was sent to the gentleman to
whom it was addressed. These devel
opments of to-day: have made the Grant
men look grave, as thev show that Mr.
Sherman cair-call Gen; Grant on the
stalwart idea, or, if need be, go him one
better. They are also proof positive to
the Democrats that there is ho half-way
course left open for them that it is use
less to send any measures to the Presi
dent intended to undo or cripple any of
the partisan election machinery set up
by the Iiepublians ; that they 'ftiusfc
either pass er jetis: t passthtf appro
priation Mlls-iaitd that whichever of
hose alternatives is determined upon
it should be'carrled out qujckly.
THE OBJECtroX ABXE L$W, "
Mr. Alex-. IT. Stephens "has' an idea
that a proviso can be attached to the
army appropriation bill somewhat sim
jlar to the-osse eoniitatus clause in the
last ariny bill, but more comprehensive,
so as to cover some of the; points now
aimed at by the Democrats, and which
lie rreswent wop Id not object to. But
u Mr. fctepnens could succeed n draw
ing-a clause of'saeh a milk and
character as to receive the approval of
the President and Mr. Sherman, it
would of course jbe esteemed worthless
py his party associates. A South Caro
lina 'representative said to-night that
mc naa me uuiy yue oi me entire dele-gation-
front thatfStaWVjwh'o would 'In
upuu jiu utwijn. uuwn: in iic an trie
Marv&ttff Members iaM tfaniiirt
th0 appropriation bills and adjourn next
wnoaa member ot the joint Demc-
crauc CAniaiSBairtalite,4f the sac
i . -S w
i Rich Gold Mine
I i o XT
We learn from private sources that
the old Brigaaigoiamilae, situated in
ore wnich hasevw.
iT;.:: ,..vTr tt" v-iui-
ct wj. Liw arounas. a ton of the ore
recently Bhippedto-Philadelphia is said
to nave.assayed.lQO in Dure ni ti,
" tt 'j, t i-c,xu a is ortnern car
.(MiBoclQOtt -Jim imw tHaMhV
present owner wiU soon havd-'etftensive'
- oi its Tiidden treasures.
M ill tfuJi .ttlJ- merit uutfwuifi
fAlTnnll ilaw.M.i. .I... I. t ' .u
- : iftowg daily that JVIrjWren wnf hnS
-. v-fa vjt ti u iiiii now.
shall run for (vefrr 6f offi
.47 ij. II - -- i .
oiuer members. . Wou4dvvtfito.cpflsdiie
twrr appropriation bills without any
noli tlAai hndora uch a fauowHjSJ'iiA
is-mgs .Mountain, partly in York coun
ty. C and partlyin-Gaston county,
JN.Cis now turniner out tho riohoot
arvneaT before the Supreme Court as
applicants, -for 4ipense net , Monday
The Sentinel says there is talk of or
ganizing an artillery company in Win
ston. Adjutant-General Jones has
promised that the equipments shall be
furnished. , "h --..! r
Col. Walter L. Steele could not be in
Greensboro to deliver-: the address be
fore the young ladies of the Greensboro
Female College, being detained in
Washington by t, official: duties. ;i ;.; lf:
' nleis'armaMMeehhni: Sdm
very good verses !are: printed'' in The
p,tt a i?t.otte Observer in memory of
Franklin Wilson, whose untimely death
: artnise"duch-gret -aTncmg his flatmy--
friends. Vf n
The StatsViHe" Lartdmark says Mas
ter L. D. Tyson, of Rowan, has receiv
ed the appointment to the West Point
cadetship from the seventh district.
Thp contest was between Tyson and
Welbom, of Wilkes.
TTosrsheads of molasses, barrels of
turpentine and timber have been found
on the beach at Myrtle Grove Sound,
thieh thej IV'ilmintft tfa7jith$nks rf-
dicfites that two vessels nave Deen
wrecked off that coast.
i Three colored Presbyterian ministers
froni Xorth'CarotiHa made speeches at
the Saratoga General Assembly (North
ern Church) last week, and reported
the Charlotte (Biddle Institute) and
Concord (Scotia Seminary) colleges for
colored youth as doing well.
Greensboro Patriot: Nicholas Jen
nings. Jr., white, and Thos. Wakefield,
Indian half-breed, who stole John Mat
thews horse a short -while"ago,-were
rafittrred 4n Pulaski county, va., and
...-. "i I : .1 C- 4.4.
qulsiiion frone"1GiQVernO'r.. They ar-
W itt. Wl"p-:Fort'.Tlletr6!. on the
of Wake Forest. I-of. Ipyall
performed : the . bridal cereinoHfv A
Kaleigh News cpn;eiondentrepprts
the eyent.'5 -vji.-
VftnstOTr-SvntinetT frr-nletter from
Governor Yance, received, this week,
he says the '' great niicertfiiiity as to
what time Congress will adjourn, pre
Yents him from iio'aitively accepting the
invitation to be present at the Confed
erate silryivors' reunion, on the ad and
4th of July, at this place. lie wants to
come, and, if possible, will be here.
A correspondent of the Kaleigh News
from Oxford, describes the sudden de
scent on that town of Col. T. li. Long,
SpPCial agent of the postoffice depart-
mcnt, whose arrival was followed by
the instantaneous departure ot the as
sistant postmaster, carrying with him
$1,700 of the postal money. He waa
seen flying across the Virginia border.
But his going doses the oniy grog-shop
Wadesboro ft' raid : A white lad in
tho employ of Mr, AYm. Allen, while
ploughing in a field near his residence,
on .lones creek, happened to run into
the roots of an old stump, which had
the appearance of being the remains of
an old hollow tree. Jn turning up the
roots several counterfeit coins were
discovered of the denomination of five
dollars, dated '7-V7G. How and by whom
the coin was deposited there, is a mys
tery. Several hundred pieces of the
coin have been found.
Kaleigh Farmer and Mechanic : Mr.
John E, Tyler, of Boxabel; has patent
ed an improved cartridge, having a
shell capable of taking a number of
balls, each supplied with a separate
charge-of powder, and arranged -ho that
tne toremost charge, -Will explode first
and others -ni 'sbeeeBKioirr M. S. Shot-
well, a brother of the editor of the
tion Jot deadening tjdlVarRtwearand
tear Bf;car;ivhielsherfpa6sing the in
tersetjgffif ftracksajid' in A j umpin g
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
J)uring April the excess of exDorts
from the United States over imports of
merchandise was i$i2,i7i,uy ; ten months
ending April 30, 24 1,448,6 3.
Thp. sr.ftnmpv "Rlnnnl-io Uorftn -fv
. . j u-wtiuu, iul
New Orleans from Grand Isle. -was
wrecked last Tuesday niorning at the
iiioum oi isaypu J,aiourciie ana was
burned to the waters edge. Nobodv
At the annual meetiriff of the New
York Produce Exchange Tuesday, the
treasurers report showed that' the in
crease in the value of the surplus fund
during the year amounted to $38,383, or
8 per cent., making the value of the
fund $476,567. The president's address
gave a glowing aeeotmtof the condition
of the exchange; , . The committee on
charities reported collected since 1874
In the Superior Court at Atlanta, Ga;
Monday, the trial. .of Samuel Hill, i
eambler. charged with tli mnH or r
John Simmons, was begun. Hill charges
that the murdered man dishonored his
home, but the friends of thejatter claim
that he never had anv com nrmni nat.irm
of any kind Twith Hill's wife, and that
Hill shot the wrong man. It is sup
posed that the, defense will reply on the
theory that Hill had brooded over his
, jv4yug untune lost nis reason;,;md did
'mSi : - i m m i - i t .
SeDatiJaVid Davis ortijSjfft ts
Senator David Davis, of : UlinSini
apkjfcwledgirig the receipt. f the reso-
..raupns oi.aaomt caucus oi tn& Demo-
cratic members of (Ggneral Assem-
bly of that State endorsing his votes.onl
tne army 0HvfTites'r r"'X,i-1 w
thatl am Hi favor of perfect freedrnn'
Mf .leetions.. f rom uth&'interf6fkte&kir
tnepresenceor any,, paripf.tbftrijaj;
iui eiauieii commainea was thn. 'fi
king had quartered-troops "on theraraird
sougnc- Dy mmtawr' paww tVJ66-eca
them nsbmslofvj It is little Tes
tiian a public scandal. ri airUi , iit,
of. national'-existeniJeitliat'iany party
L WHJqlrnYenlurftt to.i asfc4fc&2 peooleVari
5275 'ap0B of tyranny that U
1oa. W U i 5 a !'-.VZ' r, yjm vi
Xlll IS 9Ut I
jeanse -the public affairs,
eanse" your blood.
.'jt r .ii J.
I i sssss a sssi i
puaucany expressed on tne nopr of the
authomauetrjoii the ;
Loss of Appetite and Uausea, tho boweli
are costive, bat aometimea alternate with'
looseness, Pain in the Head, accompanied
with a DoU sensation in the back part.Pam
In the rightside and under the ahoulder
bladgfaUnesa after eating, with a diain
1 clfiiatfon to ererttoii; of body-ar mind, Ir&? i .
tability of tamper. Low apirits, Loss o
some duty, General weariness; Dizziness,
SluringrttheJEeartjqts before the
! yeV: yePow- 8tm, HeadacJaeTgenerallyi
' over the righi eyej Restldatttiesj 'at Jiight. .
with fitful djL-eams, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WAENINGS AEE tTNILEEDEIiy
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL DEVEkO?:
are especially adapttrf-t such
astonish the sufferer.
are eoinpcHiwdeU Arotn dbstaac. that Are
Tree from any properties tbac can injure
the most delicate organization. They
8earcli, :leane, Purify, and Invigorate
tk entire Hystem. iBr relievina the n ... r
gorged Liver, they cleanse the blood
from poUonout humors, and thus Impart
health and vitality to the body, causing
the bowels to net .naturally, without
which no pup can feel well.
XSl . lull . L.u kjii , iu( iu xfi d i itnio uuu.,
martyr to Pyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. Last
Spring your fills were recommended to me ; I usod
them ( but with little faith). I am now a Well man,
rUTT: Dear Sir; For'ten years I have Deen
bava f oo, appet ifc,-Qiexn rerioor , reguuf szoou
piles geneand 4 lvgaiod fartf peands iofcii flesi:
They are worth their weight in gold.
Their first effect is to Innreaus the Apprtt-o,
and canse the body to Take oil FIomIi, tlms o
system is nourished, aud by their Tonic Ac
tion on the Digestive Organs, Uegulur
(! rpto4nced. 4 A ,
DR. J. Fi HAYWOOD '
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:-
Few disease exist that cannot be relieved by re
storing the Liver to its normal functions, and for
this purpose np remedy p." ever been invented tfi"l
baa as happy an effeot fu TUTT'H PILLS."
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
OC1M 95. Murray Street, Nevrk Vork.
tsr- Dr. ttTtrS MANUAL of VilnaWe fnfoV
mation and Usrfnl Receipts " will be mriled
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Out Hats OS WbibkeB8
to a Glosst
Dye- It 1m.'
Black by single application of
parts a Natural Oolpt, acts Instai
is Harmless as ipnc'g waisr. - Sql
taneooaly, and if -i
Sent by axnress on leoeipt oi !.
Office; 35 Murray St., New York.
-SYMPTOMS OF WORMS, l0
THE countenance is pale and lead-iir-color$d,
with occasional fliudiej,'
or a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the
pupils dilate ; an azure semicircle
runs along the'jlpwef; eye-lid ; the
nose is irritateH, svVeirsahicl sometimes
bleeds ; a veing: ofthe upper lip ;
occasional headache 'with humming
or throbbing of ihe ears; an unusual
secretion of sili4 ; i ilimy or furred
tongue ; breath very foul, particularly
the- morning ; appetite yariahle,
sometimes voracious, with a gnawing
sensation of the stomach, af. others,
entirely gone ; fleeting panS4nhe
stomach ; occasional nausea and vom
iting 3 violent pains throughout the
abdxmen ; bowels irregular, at times
costive ; stools slimy, not unfrequent
ly tinged witly4oo4 ; ? elly swollen
and hard ; urine tdrbi'd"; respiratiQn
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by hiccougrf; 'cough sometimes
dry and convulsive upeasy and dis
turbed sleep, with 'gnrfding of the
teeth ; temper variable, but generally
Whenever the above svmptoms-.
are found to exist,
ertainly effect i cure. '
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. McLane's Vfr
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
McLan and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. McLANE'S
are not recp.mmended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in
. affections of the liver,-and in aU,Bj)iQUs
Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick JIead
ache, or diseases of that character,' they
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No bjptiercatkaric can. he used, prepar
atory to, fcraft &king Qvdmit.
As a simple purgative they are un-
n r anv Ad tirtiv a ww avs
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a ired wr'ke'iPrin'tifje"
lid, with the impression Dft-. MeLANB's-,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C McLane and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon hsyyins the genuine Dr.
c. McLA4T8ia5'TjprePared by
Fleming Bros., of Rttsburgh, Pa., the
same pronunciation. " '
"VTOTICE OF SETTTTRE.
U. S. INTERN A TrREVE NT1 li! I
CoPector's Ofice, 6th DfctrkfrNortH Carolina. V
Stitesvllle, N. C, May
y IB, 1879. VI
. p j -r
8 boxes mannfactnrMi
Also, 2 lxes tobacco, owxteija..wird;' ,
acco. nwner unknown.
.5tt.1 Tetoflftwn or claimants
pf tfte aixni escrlbea firoperty to"8pPW before
meat my office in, gtatesvljje, and wato claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
.Yo ; : ,.V;CollecJ
mayl8 3t ln30dys , " r U
Also, an3ff ff BL-vpKyGEENA)INES,
from 20c, to Sl,25;. and a general liiie of new and
deslraWe' Drews' (JopdV at the most reasonable
H .'. .. '......
A Special lot of
-AND - '
Dress and Trimming Silks.
New things In HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
An early inspection of the.above will txTto your
You will find our stock of SPRING AND SUM
MER CLOTHING the most complete in the mar
ket, at our well-known and. popular , low prices.
wiTTKowsrr & baruch.
B. J. R McAPEN.
DBUQOIST ANB CKKsOST,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubln's Extracts and Colognes,
Sngllah Select pices,
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap'
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. McADEN'S
200 Barrels of
C, TOT 4 SOWS'
EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE
ALADDIN SECURITY OIL.
West's Extra No.: l Kerosene OU, from C West 4
-' Highest Medal awarded at Centennial EnweltieA.
Orystaioq Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
nre tew or nv oegroes J'ahrenheit before it will
Durn. u. wesi oiHBammore.
at ...i m . -.,( - ,.
For Sale by"
solo rjLrt;; -r," ...
U7 1 '
The latest and most complete Invention of 'the
day Crocker & Fawnsworth's Fluting and Smooth
lng Iron. Saves the expense of fuel and the se
vere task of standing over a hot nre on Ironing
!;-Thl Iroh hBata fttlf, and win save Its worth in
wood consumed ander the oM process in a shert
tinjc, W say nothing of the health Of those who do
the work!' i--n!,'i i wHiyisvhn t
JWe are the afnt'for the State f -Ifortti Caroil
?ft,vS9i propose to oommeuce tbsi 4al -of It lit
Meaurg. iTSan'i LlhctfloactlM at
raj'Arm'wl8hlni't purobas e rigfat'to
fleliteOtheri flOUnUesS Astato iwflldou to
uyvvr iu once JO me undersigned t Charlotta,.N.
. -3 iifiCa TfiK. HOUSEWIFE'S
H.M, EAMSEUR. i
In connection with the publication of The Ob
BfBVss,, and the establishment of one of the kirg
est, most complete, and mpst thoroughly equipped
JOB PRINTING HOUSES
In the South, the proprietor has lust 'added a coni
pleie BOOK BINDERY
Capable of executing the very best class of work at
short notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law or
other books rebound In handsome style, and at
very low figures.
And work of this class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to, furnish close, estlnjates on
every description Qf
.LETTER PllESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
PATES and POSTERS printed here in as attractive
a manner as In New York.
We have a very full supply of type for printing,
at short notice and In first class style,
BRIEFS FOR THE SUPREME COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments In good shape will do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work Is as free from defects as It is possible to
Visiting Cards J
BILL HEADS, i
- - Magistrates? and ; :
" Court Blanks.
In fact, all kinds of printing done at short notice
Special attention given ta Ralhwad Prlnttng. I
. HOOK WOKK.
Having a larger supply of type than most Job es
tablishments, BOOK WORK has been and will
- SATISFACTION GUiRANTEED.
elnsD brW 'esibsJ ;
JNOROOffiSLD & CO;,
Friday, Satu day and Monday,5 April 25, 2R, & 28.
We take gre.it ; pleasure in informing our friend
and the public generally that our new stock
has arrived and is eompiete
We cordially Invite aU 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.
wljU do wll to giv.e ii a caJL ai we. aw prepared
W H O L E S A L E
AS LOW AS ANY NORTHERN HOUSE.
JNO. BROOKFIELD 4 CO.,
Charlotte , N.C., April 24, 1876L
W&McUts and zmtx.
In Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Gold and Silver
Watches, Silver and Plated Table Wave,
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
J. T. BUTLER'S.
From Paris, Trance,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church,
Nai Gray Store.
Every kbuLef repairs mtaOm at onoJit halt prke
and warranted pne year, . Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze Gilding, Coloring, saver-Plating and Gal
vanlzlng made at short notice and equally as good
as new. t, work done for the trade at low trices.
Apprentice wanted, with premium and good
Repaired work uncalled for will be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs. .
GALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUSTJV
ALDWELL ITOUSE'XJAIJOWELL' HOUSfii.
' ' --i: i . tl,.'ihv. i'l'.i :(;. 7
, Comet Tryon and Sixth Sheets,
v t - .;: ,- : - .. ; :
j.-i Corner Tryon and Stxth Streets; . ..
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h:- CHABLOTTEH. (I.
CHARLOTTE, N; C,
a P. CAJJJWEIJa.,;.,, . . Ppriefoj
f 1 Ui ; fr-. : ......
This Awse to pernoaneritty established and'offera
v " r - ,-'---- ' ' j
W the5 wnlences arid !eomfortr; aflrrt-eUis
it i PleeAailhce.FermlneM.
'.'.J H Oiift'W- .lfcfit r-nJi' -.-..
!3'-tW 9i.25tper week,
SPRING ; CHICKENS.
-. ij;,C, n,t,t ..f:, . ,
-...i ci 'Jj i t;i i't all ii
wMch were given up as hopeless. 1 "m,,J
ocas,' however obstinate, ean resut fi,a ,
ing properties of Dr. m. X
BSe - " th.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN A CO..
. . Sole Proprietors,
; I; 8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK
For sale by L. R. Wrlston & Co., Charlotte v r
mar4 - -A
SMITH'S WORM ()
ATDKRS, Ga., December 8, ktx.
arm vnrmg aki,0 . Pas!ea sixteen
worms from four ta i,.iTiL,r?r.s5a elEl)-s)x
Price 25 cents. th9i ., ,..
Is a nerifect Bxood Pt-Rinm mwi i.. i.
onrjp pely Vegetable remedy known tcsn
vncettoat has made radical ami I'ermankni
CUBSS pf STPH1L1S and Scrofi'la in all their
It thoroughly removes merciirj- from the
system; tt relieves the agonies of" mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin iii
Sold by druggists generally.
Bishop D. S. Doggett (Southern Meth.)
,Ltfaf.StoeUent??ITecHve of Indigestion. Have
used it with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Mangum, Prof. University of N. C.
ionu "I01. gfcfcoP Doggett in his estimate ot
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 n u
an antidote to indigestion. Uneasiness after a
meal or purging is checked and the bowels reiia
Ltf.m?Ilts a attested by numbers of high
character. I have seen a " tried-evemh ne " i fs
peptic of fifteen years relieved by oi dose
Rev. Drs. Jeter, Broaddua, Dickinson (Bap.)
nfItltnd0rse1, br street personal testimony
cLIk" naUpi'Hl fame and of btrictuess ot
fPf- 11 isnot too much to say that no medicine
ThJjS suPPori tot favor as a specific.
AZJSJinS"7' Sf ?f eminent divines who
SS?118 anUdoteto dyspepsia has deserved
weight Their united witness lofned with the ei
ESi and, aPPWvai of the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt, it is.
be5?n,d QUn-a wonderful therapeutical agent.
Editors Religious Herald, Va.
Rev, B. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. Sid. Col., Va.
JM nhly esteemed here by the regular Medi-SaLF5fsuty5di.PeoPle-
11 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, RAGAN & CO., Greensboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ. Salisbury, N. C.
POLK, MILLER & CO.,
Apothecaries and Sole Proprietors,
mar 20 d&w tt.
TEETH, GlIMSB HEATH
NO. MORE RHEUMATISM
S A L 1 C Y I C A
Manufactured only under the above Trade iiarfc
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
" ', 1- . - or pass ibrb tiipzie.
'Immediate' 'relief; warranted. Permanent cur?
guaranteed:' Now exclusively1 used by all celebrated
physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless, .and. Reliable Remedy on btu
continents. The HlgbesOIedleal Academy oi
Parte report "85 cures out of 100 eases within three
days. Secret The only dlssol vei of the poteonou
Uric Acid which exists In tae Blood of Rheumatic
gndGouty Patients. $1,00 a box, 6 boxes for
50Q. Sent to any address "on receipt of price
Endorsed by Jhysieiaos., r6e!d by all druggists. Ad
dress WASHBURN E 4 CO -
HOT? OnlTln)TiArteni Tinnnt. fUlff-st. N. Y-
L?.'1'01' sale f by J. H. McADEN, Druggists,
feol8ly.' - Charlotte, Ji.-
AT THE SAME OLD STAN V,
Where I am prepared to fmnsi a superior quality
to. all who may want lee. . My carf will also make
daily deliveries at places of business or prlvaw
tesldenees. - Orders given the driver, addressed to
tnettarouglrP. O. Box 153, er deUvered to me
Office onlot et Rock Island Factory, will receive
prompt attention. : ,,a
Customers who begin with me will be siippneo
the entire season at the following figures:
i tv; : i -u :
In (iuantltles less than 5 lbs. 2c. per lb.
" of 5 to 50 lbs., lc.P;rlh
M m "'! of SOlbssandup, mc
ne aoove agures are me same ru - .
to couduct the business on a legUlmate
consumers will eonsult their luterest by giving w
llcoTshrypingin any Quantity carefully packd
and forwarded with dispatch.. . Ire.
ojThankfuJ lor. your patwpagei ia tte past,
specttully ask a continuance of HoNY.
S. H. HOWELL. '
-.w.boxikj. Charlotte, N.C.
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