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C0TT02T AKD VIIKAT.
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"Free from the doting scrupjeithat fetter our
.8U2SDAX. JUNE; 15. 1879
TUB KHJTH PLACE IS" THE VSlOJf.
Two or threeeeks;o ;and - again
., s posHW (ilibuJjrbears in rela
' fcknutitol&iioK-jas'ithe matter: is
Northern Remiblican. r At fresh-illus
tration of the feelingji.wbic,4 w6a
spoke, has just manifested itself and we
refer to the matter again for the pur
pose of introducing this case in point.
In another place in to-day's Observer
we print an extract from an interview
which was had last Wednesday by a
Senatojypamptoh J t counje df
this cdHVepation eaato liniiton
said, pr is rtpr&entjd lo hive said '
We do not intend to ask a place upon
the Presidential ticket for a Southern
man. We want the party in the North
to place two good men on the ticket,
and we will support it for the national
success of the Democratic party.
I don't think the South cares a jcon
per who the next Presidential candi
date may be, as long as he is a strong
Now to the average Southern man it
would appear that the above i3 a3 free
as anything could be front offence to
the North, and yet what, is 'the tenor of
Republican comment upon these tex
..pressionsV We copy as follows, from
the New York Mail a Republican
evening oaperT-of the 12th:
WhaLcaaihey-mean except that the J
South intends to rule the country
through the Democratic4rty andpar
so determined on that object that;it;
does "not care a (toppeiwbbr wha
the Northern Democratic figure heads
may be, through whom this design is to
be carried out? Inflationist E wing or
hard-money Tilden is equally accepta
ble. No principles are at issue save Jbe
right of tfif South,-toj rul$, anc whether
the Democratic party North sustains an
honest currency or descends by gradual
steps into the abyss of repudiation, the
South does "not care a copper."
If this is the attitude of the South in
our politics, it is the most dangerous
and disgraceful position the South ever
assumed. t r
Yet Senator Hampton ought to know
what he is talking about.
Suppose Senator Hampton had said
that the South intended to have a man
on i the hixV national ticket: 'What a
Inwl would have gone up! It would
have been declared that the Confedera
cy had already actually captured the
government and the next step would
be the inauguration of Jejt Dayis as
President of the United States. "Hamp
ton would have been denounced as a
co.ispirator and a perjurer and there
would have gone up one universal cry
to the effect that red-handed treason
was stalking defiantly and openly
through the corridors and cloak rooms
of the national capitoi. Suppose he had
fallen a little short of this, and said that
te South does not? propose to ; put one
of its own men on? the: national ticket
but, holding as jt does die balance of
power,1 intends to dictate who the can
didates shall be: why, then the Ma il
and others of its kidney would have
lifted up their voices and with onei ac
cord denounced this spirit of dictator
ship, declaring that the Southern slave-
drivers had come back into the Union
with all their foul heresies and personal
and political uncleanness, and are about
to precipitate another war by attempt
ing to crack the bull-whip over the
men who haye saved the nation !
Butf Senatoi-'Hampton said neither, of
-tticserthlngSTHe and: hir Section" ate
modest. He said in effect: "We. want
nothing but good government?? care,
not who hold the offices so they' lire
good men whoivill administer the laws
equitablyy'Tp avoid even the' appe'ar
ance of fiavfng designs tipxii the. per
petuity df Uie Union, yw5 prefer ffiat
tlieNortWir peoplibbse who ' are
above Suspirton-,-imbuW nominate the
candidates; this done we will vote for
them provided the .are worthy of sup
port. If this isn't taking a back seat
at the banquet, and foregoing our
rights yes, rights tor the sake of pub
lic opinion and harmony allaround,
then we are no judge. But note the re
sult of this concession: it -is received
about as (ncessiom-usuay .are; tin
atf xpiaima' wnsaa 'Bsccutt
terror: -wnat -uoear hi$s mean
means that the South
intends to rule
IV Z-i J-i X tM J .
Thus are the very words wbAch(eeiei
used to allay, sectional animosity, , used,
to provoke it. ; itataptbri's 'distinct pro-'
testation that tbef; South does hot in
tend to make itself conspicuous in na
tional politics next year,isjbf a forced.
and altogether unnatural i construction
manp.tn mpan. exactly the -oppogj;
what it does mean.
Krowiug exceecungiy urea, vve may
protest until dooms-day that we are
"loyal" and may pxpyeAt in everypossi
ble way, but untfrwe ?goltoivbting1,he
Radical ticket we may expect to be the
subjects of such malignant balderdash
aiUhat of the New York Mail. We for
onftjire rapidly becoming indifferent to
e are Bearing mat ooint jvuerp. w
caiBontentiplate wittt qtierdPOTainSli
suclf slanderous! and malicious scoun
drel's mr TJfee jSouth has usedlbAthe
means id itirpower to conciliate them
an23ias faig ft has cond iojthat isl.
wjy:ie we c$n uesi, anura , wu Wenjv
to crack their whin -ana pt rtW ? Wa 'rfHvi'i'
. " j v: D.TiTT" T f J"" f
Regard hem, -JiiAhm-m W&t,
Zthem eieeplrforjuajto jh 'biWixg
;o"4heiri, roltenlpartyid, hi :1 ge4
, doj ouTfiOlharapdmbt
r WtfethEf ffiiV&bfitA.'
Uinir tcretoredleT.feoL.:lQdyv C, ferry, wife
.. mlzi . r; -mwjE-j- (Mrs. Aucrust Belmont diarf vati
-xne ppwer oi
u,i,h : Ni.niiai
II 5oresviII: Gazette : A gentleman
coming up ffom Charlotte by private
. conveyance one day this week, reports
crops as looking very fine. The wheat
crop especially is excellent " The coun
try from here to Charlotte is a fine
f ai-nintf nuntrtt and IS settled brfrood!
faraers, and.wia aro gtatified to Ano J
"that their irtlpcts ttreooa ior une
Courier-JournalMr. L. ; Q. "Washing
ton says "queer statements" are being
made in Washington concerning Jb
voted ifewdaysagb in? committee'
against taking it up for action. Can
not Mr. Washington define himself?
"Queer" is a very general term and
Senators IIil and Vance are entitled to
haVethe'cllargeV against them made a
i Asihe 50" tesioVith -gsjgn thT
NewYork Times is forcedby a sense of
decency to declare tnat tne oatn is an
anomaly and, an affront," and that its
abrogation "wflibVJust and expedient."
The Republicans did, in a better mood,
repeal the worst features of the law, but
the bunglerBoutwllrabi alLba&fc
hen hi cofipio4 tl Be veifst4ut&.
The United States Sapem Gourt has
twice virtuxuly dechirealhf bur uncon
stitutional ; and yet every Republican
Senator voted against the repeal act.
lngton-wno siogt At na
tions cannot wage little wars," andEn-
gland will be apt to realize the force of
this remark when she gets through
with this Zulu business. Twenty-five
hundred Englishmen hay already per
ished in that war, 26,000 regulars are
now in the field, and the cost of the war
is $2,500,000 a week.' ' Nothing conld b
worse than this statement
"' ' " 'STAffi KEWS.
At-rhe majut's ufflce in Raleigh Is a
slate whereon neoDle can lodere their
compTinta? againstUhe administration
P T1 iSrlkh Carolina MtpubUeard
newspaper, will appear about the first
of Augustnd-wilLbe published in
anDXuaband fteHnfPAsjflum, in
LRileign, Will giveVan' entertaiAmeht- ln
.Wilmington soon- .
A meeting of the bar of Wilmington
was held Friday afternoon and passed
resolutions of respect .to the memory of
the late W. S. Devane.
The trasteps of Wake Forest College
have elected Rev E. T. Winkler, JfD
of Alabama, to the presidency of that
institution. It is not known whether
or not he will accept
The.house. of ,Mr. James Reeves on
"Bunker";Hllfin Pee De Milage 'wai
struck by lightning on Friday last, and
Mrs, Reeves and a little darkey, the on
ly occupants of the house, were knock
ed down and stunned.
Mooresville Gazette: The postmaster
at this place, Mr. Beaty,has not been
notified to surrender to Miss Marietta
Barringer, as was stated in The Obser
ver a few days ago. We are no pro
phet nor the. son or a prophet jet will
venture to predict that no change of
the kind will be made.
The Wilmington Star' says Messrs.
Chas. F. Shoemaker and Montgomery
D. Parker. . of JJielife service bureau,
arrived there very quietly from Wash
ington, City, and wen down the. rjver
Thilrsaavninliffi tqf ekmine ihe lo
tah$iesjiearaja Head, with the view
Of fleeting aft &pprriate spot for the
preposed Cape Fear ifoe saving station.
Mooresville Gazette: Huntersville is
one of the most flourishing villages on
the line of the AtlantiCt Tennessee &
Ohio Railroad. Several new residences
have been built recently, and others are
now in process of erection. 1 It is to be
the village of chu relies. The Associate
Reformed Presbyterians have a good
building already completed The Pres
byterians are about ready to commence
work on their building. - The colored
Presbyterians also expect to build a
house of worship for themselves at an
early day.; Such enterprise as this about
a small town is sure evidence of life and
prosperity. '- -
-4UJllrrrTXew-rj -'Longs borfroeul
J,sho:ctee w1ioiesuiried iwork oir tfte
rviinesri iew-ays-ago, at reduced rates,
struck again yesterday, alleging that
tfi&cptnpanies refused to pay them the
extra aJldxtaBcdjagreeTl "en for night
work- -They also demand that the men
engaged to till their places during the
strike t -scha,red,Tas theyre un-qaalineaaftd-hjaTtefthe
theother)k heajanlplagents deny
that they gaye fni5kers;,to under
paytor night worte rThey 'seftalso
;that the new men will horBeUscharg
to them. It is believed that there will
'l&no delay in the departure of steam-
K hQBQ, 3tmeAlL41&elFs J5fesay:
"F. L Playford, a distinguished ama
ur tof thel4bMRih'i6ing61ub,lntends
;otry.Hanlan'sjptyle of rowing. lie
laorde ft JatOj'biiilt With aja
inch slide and swinging rowlocks,"
The Sporting 'Life states that the
trainipg'of Haitian and Elliott for their
acmatcft'on' tne Tyne on Mondav.
, PhhvAdelthia, June 14. The fire at
Point Breeze smouldered all night, but
lossTjyesteraay'S fire was abohfr
wu, oi wnicn $50,uoo will fall upon
Warden. Fur & Co,- and-a like amount
upon the Atlantic Storage Company,
although the, entire loss falls eventual
ly upon the StandartOil Company.
The log by bothtes lslialta million.
M vwvy ,
IisneXMfr-Ofe'iWrt tlWa TMm parlv
Yvcsni r-eunayivania, snow rn-,
will be abo
tnimsof the -uuai a
crop or wnent1 an
will be a failure i
ftnMMllAtlnA rtf J hfl
drouglir 4tarb9itetlA ponbui;
there will not be over two-thirds"cf;the
usual crop Hu &m trttt will t v U
lirs. August lieimont, died yesterd.
i K r . . of V i
, vtuuuu,-,turtHjmui'vc uo wnoresaie
oceri. of Havana, have failed. T.ia-
ilities, $70,000 in gold. '
. To all who are suffering from the errors and In
discretions of youth, nerous ireataess, earir de
w. loss of manhood, Ac., I will send a recipe that
WM cure you, FBXS OF UMQJ TbUugreat
jj ATnenca, r Her J'.a
lt-n 1,-1: uwl nw.ln' o
action of Senimafiari
the case of Senator Ingajla pf Kansa?,
who is under MiarffeSofijritery.' taiey 4
men are in splendid condition.
AIT VSISTEBESTII6J)1I'S WORK.
Jfo easurespf le7lfs Acted
The army appropriation bill was report
ed back from the committee on appro
priations with sundry amendments, and
placed on the calendar:- r - ;:
Tne senate ttooK juptne- Aippissipw k
iver imprevemerifc commission WE 1 A
he bill went over nd the Senate took I
jap antronsidered in committee or tne
tne suDmemental indicial an-
tepri2tion bilL WaUace exPlained th
A long debate was had over the sec
tion relating to the method of drrwing
jurors and repealing the test oath, the
points raised being substantially tha e
discussed on the Bayard bill, lately
passed, containing the same provisions.
WIacehatlngrcmr! " of the biB,
said? hdjdid niot wferf toffforce a long
sessiofa o-nijht' ana suggested that the
vote. beAakan at 4 ficlockpIonday.
CRktlner 'ondoseft the faming of
hour for closing the debate. There wais.
no disposition to talk for the purpose'
of delay, but the debate should not be.
The debate on the jury clauses was
renewed. The Democratic argument
was that while the present law provides
that jurors in United States courts ate
to be chosen as far as practicable in the
same manner as in the highest courts of
States. Federal iudsres take advantage
j'of the exception, as far as practicable,'
to make the rules 01 the court on tne
subject to suit their own views, and.
Judge Bond, was esneMajfsppken of
as one who invariably chose. Republican
jury commissioners uiider" hs .rule Of
court The other sia'afgtfed ' that ran?
abuse of the-' diCTetK)ni, Vested inHieni
exposed the iudees to impeachment.
At Kin tia fionnfa gjAiirnP .
Th ittVS hour was consumed in
Votfcg oSlatory motions and the
bfll relative to political contributions
went over without action.
Buckner, chairman of the banking
and currency committee, reported a.
bill requiring a reserve of the national
tankingAssiMjiatioffvSo be kept in
tandaru gol&and iirvfer coins of the
United States in lieu of lawful money
Printed and recommitted. The House
then resumed the consideration of the
pleuro-pneumonia bill. The bill was,
recommitted to the committee on agrir;
Herbert, of Alabama, who had charge
of thenext business in order, the Sen
ate bill repealing the test oath, stated
that after conversation with certain
Republican members, he would not
press a vote on it to-day, but hoped to:
obtain? a vote Monday, i i
The ' Senate amendments' to the sup
plemental post route bill were concur
Young, of Ohio, asked leave to offer
a resolution for the appointment of a
select committee to inquire into the
cause and effect of the recent exodus
from Southern to Western States.
Goode, of Virginia, objected onr the
ground that a committee' had that sub
ject under consideration.
The Senate bills, removing the politi
cal disabilities of Wm. R. It. Beale, of
Missouri, and J as. S. Harrison, of Vb
ginia, were passed.
On motion of Johnston, of Virginia,
Senate bill accepting from -Prof t Ed
ward Fontain, of Louisiana, certain
maps, etci-relativto the improvement
of the Mississippi flyer passed,
s Adjcirped. I .J
SENirE COMMlTTEfaONTHJS ARMY BILL
The Senate committee on appropria
tions this morning completed the con
sideration of the army appropriation
bill and authorized Withers to report it
back to til Senate with sundry amend
ments, all of which were merely verbal
or otherwise' immaterial, except ' the
following: The committee have entire
ly stricken out the fifth section, which
provides that each member of the grad
uating classes of the military academy
of 79 and '80 may elect to receive $750
and mileag to his place of residence, and
thereby become ineligible to appoint
ment in the army except in the event of
war until two years after graduation,
and a clause is inserted ih the bill by
the committee to repeal the existing
iaw which prohibits anv promotion in
fthe corps of engineers to fill a vacancy
aonve tne rank of colonel. The sixth
section, providrngjhat "no monev ap
propriated In-this aietjS appropriated or
shall bewpaid , for subsistence, equip
ment, transportation or compensation
f any portiOofthe ainy of the Unit
ed States, to be used as a poliee force to
keep peace at,the polls' at any election
held within any; State," is retained in
the bill without any change whatever.
The committee 011 privileges and elec
tions met this" morning, when R. J.
Brookes was recalled by agreement of
the counsel of Kellogg and Spofford re
spectively. ,ln reply to Merrick he said
.hejiid hot make affidavit in relation to
hjs pattielpatiottda the election of Kel
logg, and-didnotstajie that luvreceived
' 3trAerrlckalstnfmion was
that Brookes received such considera
tion and had made affidavit vto that ef
ifefc before' -tfotary Public'lJaroche'and
Witness asked : "At whose instance
did. I make the affidavit
Merrick : "I don't know ; you will havd
V- asvci imu nuci huts
sub-committee meet in NeW Orleans."
Kellogg to witness: "Were you a wit
ness before the committee of the Lou
isiana House of Representativee! which
A J .1 xi , m ,
Birtiia and Irwis redtflarlrl aw
from Walker, of New Orleans, that an
affidavit such as he had alluded to had
I been made by Brookes, and that it had
aeeH mane? to jiim.
Kellogg said lira inly remaining wit
ness was Pierre Mogloire, the only representative-referred
to in Murray's tes
timony. Mogloire had travelled a hun
dred and eighty miles on the way here
but in view of What the chairman'
stated yesterday concerning thee early
The evidence; oOIuBSiy re-
aJ. IKri': V
j t the counsel
labarger and 51errick had
e testimolay at th point
Tl<lf Mien..- Jwne L aCrttev
z v is? cigjit watchman aClark saw
mill :.t JJInqter's CreeE," went mjmeat
sh. early hour this mortincr amfiound
no He ;a thereof SilSDectinsr: him of
riminaXiiaimac'with his wife, he
iuanrwice tnrougn, tne nead and
ee times throush the-ch est. then shot
is wife through the KeM-andlumself
Qgtjf-ihe head,'; killmgi himafilf in-
Vf,ZMts. Stevens and: House are
3ut cannot recover.
Thousanas Tsett, Wly Hesitate j
It Is adapted especially to those 4ases MMte the
womb is disordered, and will cure any Irregularity
of the "menses." Dr. J. Bradfleld's Female Regu
lator acts like a charm to "whites," or to a sudden
check of the "monthly courses," from cold, trouble
Ask your druggist for a circular.
: I if,-'' -i- ,'
or tne examinanon at this point,5
ielegraphed him not tiSifcome.
gre4d a telegrajirfrem Mpgloire
it:?"- i tneir v
4 . ue cauaes. oy. jesnng tne aiscnarge
J n e?3rj instano I So also, hi eUnmli cases lis ao
ItlOn II tmniDt and dw.lslva. nnd aavaa (utrvmaitVL
oounfleas vllsaua.nrenmtw'a aay.
Official Returns to the- Department of
thej Department of Agriculture indi-fl
cate anTinceasf in the area planted in1
cotwm ojC soinewat ovei; twogjer centy
The per cehtage as cnipared(rithv4;be-
average or 1878 is as follows: JNortn
Carolina, 47 counties reporting 106;
South Carolina, 18 counties, 100; Geor
gia, 71 counties, 102 Florida, 12 counties,-
Alabama. 28 ceuntios; 403 ; Mist
Arkansas, 40 counties, 101 ; Tennessee, T
ib counties, wa. r The average condition
is not so high asjlast year, being 96,while
in 78 it was OO. The Rfnnrl is cftnerallv
,btomeTwow'eekiiafer.; ' i
Agriculture sliowthe average condition,
of winter wheat at 90 against 98 last
year. The Pacific coast shdwsf consid
erably over averagfei' Oregon -rising to
104 Sbuth' Atlantic States average i 96,
South Carolina reporting 108' Georgia
112. . Th'e'Statesnorth'Of the Ohidfiver
average 95: " Indiana reaches1.!' New
Tvh'giand averages 94. Southern Inland
JStates S.MiddTStates 86 ;' Gulf! States
83. ;TraMisSisippi States T9. The
drought has been felt more or less se-
yerelr4fall parts' of the cotihtfy. From
itt'Sbuth' ,cotoe 'isme 'complaints of
winter killing, and f rdm theNc-rtfi and
west or nessian ny. ' Tne grassnoppers
have, also been heard . of ' beybno: the
Mfssi$sippii V - .i-.i.ri i "r
.Spring wheat: The Average gown this
Sptirig'is about 4 per cent.' increase over
last 'spring. On the ' Pacific 'coast Cali
forn ia teporls over 10 per bent increase,
wml e! Oregon falls 'off . V per cetit. "The
Tras-ifississfppi; States and Ke'w Eng
land increase' 5 per cent Texas retains
her previous acreage'.' Of '"h6: ' States
liorih of the' Ohid'frVo'r, 'Ohio1, and Jndi
arii nrale'no. reports bf!siriiig;ivheat ;
the three other States' fall' Off three1 per
$ent. Minnesota- increases. 9 per cent,
while Iowa decreases one per cent. 'The
Middle States fall Off 10 per cent' The
coriditiop of the spring wheat, is about
thd same as the, winter wheat 90 all
the States being below the average.
The crop has been' subject to the same
climatic influences as 'winter wheat.
In the Territories wheat raising has
advanced - Westward more rapidly than
statistical inquiries have been able to
reach. '''There is a .vast. increase here
which hinst be" left' to ' srubsequent in
quiry'. The department has informa
tion that one county in Dakota, which
last year sowed but fifty acres, has this
year under vigorous growth over four
thousand acres.- ' Many Other cases of
imtnense increase are' reported.
Every one i entirely wllune to be his neighbor's
physician; jet tried remedies only should be em
ployed, as UT; null a uaramore m Twenty-lour
years of constantly Increasing use testify to the
real worth of this valuable family medicine.
The New Stock Sytcalattera.
The new combination method of operating in
stocks whleh Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bank ere, N
Y., hare inaogwaied, is attracting unusual atten
tion hr financial eifcJea, by reason of . lta remarka
JSle success. X eustomer In Providence, invested
nine times, and madeover$5,000in three months,
by using from 860 to $500 capital. By this system
orders from thousands of customers, in various
sums, are pooled into one Immense capital, and
operated as a mighty whole,' thus giving to each
shareholder all the advantages of vast capital and
shrewdest skill." Profits are divided every 80 days.
Any amount from 810 to $75,000 can be used in
Messrs. Lawrence x Co's combinations with equal
proportionate success. . $15 will make $75 profit
In the month. , 8200 will return $1,600, or 8 per
eent. on the stock, and so on as the market varies.
The new. circular gives "two unerring rules for suc
cess," and shows how any one can operate profita
bly. Mailed free. Stocks and bonds wanted. Gov
ernment bonds supplied. Apply to Lawrence &
Co.. Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, N. Y.
Chafing Under Disappointment.
It Is said that the reason why Butler sought the
gubernatorial nomination was because he had not
been fairly treated by the Republicans. The best
cures for chafes of all kinds is Henry's Carbolic
Salve. Try it and be convinced. Beware of coun-
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Address -.. ;HARPER HROTHERS,
j2 tidies' arU libi Lastly and.te.aer totton atd l?? f fMf
LiinJ,-,tn.tJA nr.Litr of Tina, increases wear oL sole-80 per hint! hti
4 sewed Shoes. Also, a fall line Genl
In Ladles' and Gents' Pine Shoes the best makes.
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We have Just reeetted a nice line of
nlila rJ. A
4K1 9i!l s:4'l ibn'i
"-'"' Conslstlngffi'r '
.4 "' 'I'" -iMOi 'iff l i:ii
LACE ANDii CONGRESS
BOOTS SLIPPERS, NimPaBTS CHIL
DREN'S PEARL SHOES.
Also a beautiful lot of
Gai te rs, Oxford aiiiT Stra p
PLAIN AND BOX TOE, '
Which we are now prepared to offer at attremely
Thanking our friends for past favors, and wish
ing to merit a continuance of the same by keeping
the largest stock, best assorted,
And strict attention to business, with polite young
men to show goods without trouble.
W. S. FORBES, Agent
Smith & Forbes' Old Stand, Trade St
PEGRAM & CO.,
1st National Bank Building,
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
Have now in store a nice and complete stock of
Hats, Trunks & Traveling Bags.
With them you can find
THE BEST STOCK
Celebrated Ladles', Misses' and Children's Shoes
d VMi also keob Miles', BurPi,' Blhrbok1 tuili
iowfs, and: other best brandy ; Gents will find there
the -'wile?, tofCurAwg'h 4' Ober, '-riT'wf
I MUe: hand-made Boots and Shoes! Alse . 1
j: . . ',i--.i Alu ; ;i .3ii'.fa
THE; CELEBRATED AND POPULAR? w
; .:iV.s. i. . . -v! ?n iuc! k ,'xl win
PEGEAM ; SllOEiS1.
11 - Call sure before buying.
Orders 'have' personal
PEGRAM Jt' 00,
.!!; iFFICE OF PIEDMONT NTJRSKBTEi, I
W.r PB8BOBftlN.jC.iMSy 8lH,liS7tb J
1 i .proflopftgtje, to the PRtfrms o? the, , v
Se1 benefit of the traveftng agents' eoinmlssfbn'OD
Jiursenr stock, oonsistlna of iFmit Ttaa& An
and hayereuced, the pricefiq per eentPrtea
ouu areacues, o.st ctaas, a to o ieet; nne unprwed
Fruits as are grown to Noh Carolina,' and ready
for in8ocii0tiitBeferenoarlvii ta&nv vnran
In Guilford county. ; Peaches and Apples nmatng
Irpm the earliest to the latest varteaes.,. Tr wlfl
be packed in good stngboxes or bales, and
MYcreu w niunjfia uepeta or express omees witnout
any excharro torbpxes or delivery. I will fur
nish at the following low rate: Peaches and An-
ples In any quantity Improved fruit 10 cents each.
Pears, Plums, A pricots, .Nectarines, Qoinoe, Crab
Trees, Roses and Flowers' win do sold cheaper than
apiMcsv Jgs, vuemes, a - cents, urnamentai
can be sold, by,
nyihe orders.- . Any one not ha v-
iJUurJuunerz.UL JBionn Ajamnna.
mg cash may fill out note, slgnedby purchaaer, to
be paid when trees are delivered at depot specified
by Durchasef. iNote to. aaeonnniiv km rba um
5!- !e5eHs 'PsrW1? vwmjx
wciKuu uu sawio. . .irces wiu oe smppeq in no.
emor and purchaser notined when to weetthenv
Persons ordering, win statei plajnty wgeie to Wp-
exy pecauu&: i
r TtTVAW 1
June 7 eodBm. 1 - j'
ltl)S iim' ?'' Ai ii;
i iT-t . i 3 -if:
Ti. They will
aTC UO UCJLlViUfc
TIDD Y & BRO'S, ;
.'itWrgOR- r'. lii.i til;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1,000 Reams Writing Paper, comprising fine
French, English and Irish Note,' Billet,' foolscap.
ijeanT, LXaer ttesos, now ueaos, uni ncous. , oux
.raper rrom iuc. to 95 per dox.
Of every description; Memorandums, Records,
Day Books. Journals. Ledgers, Composition Books.
Blank Note, Draft and Receipt Books, Copying
Rnnka nrl rtui hnat mnlr "' H'jrJ. !- ml rJ.
We have the1 largest stoek'of Iht both writing
and copying, that has ever been brought to this
market, which we propose to sell cheap at whole
sale ana retail.
200 gross Crayon Chalk Just received, and will;
WRAPPING PAPER AND BAGS
1 if ill'-: -.-:."',! I
A full line always on hand. We have just re
ceived a lot of Pressed Paper Butter Plates, which
are used by grocers In putting up butter. Sold at
retail at 40a per hundred. TIDDY4 BB0.
RYE . (rR ATT A M
) AT RiTfiER S.
CAKES ! CAKES !
Pound Sponge, Fruit, Jelly, and all kinds of Fancy
Cakes at PRATHER'S,
May 22. Trade Street
We have on hand 25 of the Celebrated
One, two and three horse, which we are anxious to
close out, and will sell
LOW FOR CASH,
Or WwbrennSer'i wlttiout interest
Every Wagon warranted for 12 months. Come
and see tbem. ,
I. M.MILLER & SONS.
Democrat and, Home please.copy.
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GBOCEBis" and DEliEBfi In COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hi 51!. .
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FRESH SOGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUB-
KEYS, CABBAGE. IRISH POTATOES. IV-
PXE3, DBHrJ AtUlTSf ic -1
Exclusive Dealers in
i .yivSirf -.Av.fi ,:ui; m-yt- iff lsi fiM,k
RAMSOUR BONNIWELL'S and A. L.-SHU-
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR.
JhfWl la lrn In Im olnaa
yfil211JiLSiW sl SSiUido ii-iqaH iiiw fe.iS f
TL- xeu Rjtw si oj i mcfi jflm aars iijq ano t
-OnmlbM arCawtagjes fit wrytrata
MEgD BROTHERS. . ..... . . ...... , ..Proprietors.
onujxm uAvx, Bupenntenoenta.
HSMST WlLFONG, &UxZi. .i v-Olirtt!
f-iiu:.l MARSHALL j tui.
u u a
iepwn aalii j tod st'siuKi," U. i n !
iaaa -mw w irn-w f f
:mi vi -x.ti a, Bi)MX,K,.4PlWpitetor.bat'''T vi f. s
OOU A. .Ii!fnj-i1 Ll.jUSi T
Bueratl-Bo 0,ybor2ig tp W
M. .Lit HABJSETT,tOeilCi:iaficflarteifs Hoteij
-"'v ivr ii .
ny, imve an nmmrnciibie ice that
vi uauuTuourjcuucB, U TOSl DO DlOK tKo.
and Button Bootknf rince Albert and' Strap TieC in p'ain or b '
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BROTHERS 4 fiASlrv
Tiafle fitree4.jnert.door. toMra.
gPARXLING CATAWBA SbPRlNGB. f
WESTERN, N. c.
. LoWand Avqrably knownlor thi, ,
dc ana Mteraav wnfc maXkm. Oni rSWJv-
187U. Board 2 per day. andLi 5 J.
a Rmgerume, and families. Invalidswni k Ws ff
advantage of four different mineral L!? tbe
ouuiuuu. we lunuau not-air, vaDor ami nJJr" W
baths, If desired. " a"d icai
SDrtnES situated 7 miles north r.. .
the Western North Carolina Railroad i ?11 n
.' ; O. ELLIOTT v
may25 3taw su tu thu
-HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESOBT -
HOT and cold water, unsurpassed mountain ..
mate, uneaualed scenerv. and maZ'J?"
baths, In cotaJmetlo with cllmaUe influenL.-V1
most specific for rheumatism, neuralgic nn
and consUtaOonal diseases, dlsvises of 'the X
unucys ajiu maaaer, ana malarial disorders t
for descriptive circular. M
Junel ii "" m 7 rr ' r 'W.
load. In Alexander l onntr viim. .
healthy as any where in North Carolina, Room!
furnished with or without board at low terms
Provisions cheap. For furtheymrtlculara adoW
Little River P, 0. Alexander (xk.'iu!10
CIea?eland Mineral Springs
. ;t. .WILL, OPEN JUNE 1,187a
These Snrinm are 2 miles from sheihr v n
ind oM'HWJft urn-C. C RaHway. Hacks ni
at Spring's station on arrival of every train.
Band of music and other means of amusemm
for the comfort and enjoyment of guests.
will be furnished with the bestthat the man el n
Kates to suit the times.
S. Mc. POSTON, Proprietor.
Shelbr. N c
L, S. Williams; Superintendent.
Invalids or pleasure seekers, who desire u
spend a few weeks of tbe hot weather in ;i nxt
desirable locality, are informed that the
Is now open to the public Situated on the Spar
tanburg and Ashevllle Railroad, forty miles from
Spartanburg, only a few miles from Flat Bock anil
lendersonvllle. In a delightful climate, and sur
rounded by splendid mountain scenerv. few nlaws
can offer more attractions.
The table Is supplied with the best the market
affords. Terms low.
A. TANNER, Proprietor.
June 31 m.
Ladies buying Parasols and Sun Umbreyi will
find the best assortment at the lowest pr'is at
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find nther goods to suit them upon
which they can save money. Our stock of Fancy
is now complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and PUtow Casings In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask In White, Slate, Red and Yellow;
Napkins, Doylas and Towels In every variety; Car
pets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings is large,
and will, -be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, 'HANDKERCHIEFS, COB-
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand-
I 4!i'lJtliJ lo-rji'j fj.,il,'t .'HMt i ' -S
Mctehhuf sad Bfl Dob UbBas; You will And
them cheap, Vyihli'ilHn proportion.
Can apdfliitjtar you. u..:
ELIAS k, C0HEN
reh9ooiO ftioj i-.Uo bur
73 Ajiin rmraari
TUST received fun Hne
Choice Jtencii ndBn Cii
Mustard AJhdCadj JPrnlts; "anTpickles of every
TAh;8Up fRAaAW FLOTjB, OAT MEAL
J"slf CrackeM'or every description.
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FIFTY" BARRELS OF THE
I to w? r Wii:a (icw U .hub.: :-!) 1
ear U Jtoiufj !-!i 1 ii'
JdularlaslUi lo .-jTlyi'iif! q3 n
.iKT- lm o 6Jt nl bio?, ed fUw Jl .mim o; '
Li j? 'iSiiJ?' l&rtJilot f"!!!,il i'tU
iiJ fit oHlALSOA.XARGEST0C3tOE .
.vwbiujtla ill biia il ttbld tv -1-
CHEATER GRADES.. CHEAPER GRADES.
.toasM A nHA ,tbniXilA soi
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Sugars, Coffee and anything that can be found in
- a flref-class Grocery House. r
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