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fium. Literary Address, Essays,
Speeches and VlalojW f
Shixby, X. C June 14th, 1879.
TeUuKBtoref The Observer:
If tou will allow me space in your
f ttfef-ZI tYIfl trVand you a 8B
J liJ- i ?n-ftvt .nnt it mi the
7 i n4iLikjT EmmlnetmentJ Wtd
to sayfaht mibt bed aboufttf
school, bet Will o1t a few facta."
ft... ciuJW-Itlclriluinl.wn Mtaife
tt. White, a graduate of wate or est
College, and one of the best instructors
7 in Worth Carolina. He eame among us
determined to succeed m. bail(ling up a
fchool of note and permanence. '.This,
growing erer since it waa es
tablished, and this session his roll num
leri 'd hondred and fifteen, thirty-
eight of whom are young ladies, rxou
3y-irioi anarpe. ana.
, two most excellent
teacfifiv-teiKbera t& Know row
istractiaaa are wiling to laatracc s
For the past two weeks the students
have been undergoing examinations,
and, from what I can learn, they have
acquitted themselves well, all standing
fair in their studies, And now that the
toils of tiiis session are, over, all jfeeV re
lieved and have enjoyed the commence
ment to the utmost.
gQn Thursday morning, at lj o'clook,
IbeawUjalMnnon was preachedbe0iw
the school by Kev. Dr. Mitchelt of
Aaheville, X. C. The doctor was intro
duced to the audience by Prof. White,
and read the 19th Psalm forcibly. His
text was (he tth, JOtlf afii Jlth Terse
of this Psalm. 'The doctor only dis
coursed for thirty-fire minutes, but it
was with power and feeling. His re
marks were principally to the young.
He depicted early piety in all of its
beauty, and made a deep impression 'on
the minds or all present, in a striking
way be told the results
ills sermon was plan,
the point, t would lite to say
excellent effort on this occasion, but
ieariag that I might jtrespamroji ivpur
' eututtni I ?efralnmaeit6) sajsthat
Bone heard him but went home well
" The" house Is beautifully" decorated
and the stage dressed in .a magnificent
jiw ipe Tioosa 1$ erowaeajut;inanjj
not aDie 10 get in. At tne tap oi me
ibeil the exercises began. The large ao
dletieewtM higfalr witertained for four
hours with speeches, dialogues and, es
says from the little ones. Notwithstand
ing they were small, they talked like
grown peopW; All WereTsatisfied that
Prof. White had done hisdutyr
; PROGRAMME FIRST SIGHT.
Speech by C. M. Webb, Shelby, Jf. C
Subject: "The True Teacher." Mr. Webb
was one of the larger boys, and opened
the exercised lie was highly bom pif
men ted and made a most excellent
Miss Edna Webb Subject: "Hymn
to the Universe."
nal YjmVojTot hA CmYi' If ''
Miss Lillian .- Alexander Subject :
"Calm's the Night"
' : Miss Lena Young Subject : " The
Frfi. Doggett-Subject: -True Hap-
f.JXiss Ada Putman Subject: "The
M. E. Suttle Subjects -Peace
Of Mind." J ' -J , -
D.C. Durham Subject: "The Miser
Ti i -xr A. iiT I
irairaie vray--uoieci!: uore
Ttt ttm n. "fc t r
lublect: "Pasa OaSs
jummefr . -
T, W. l&hdrick Subject: "Our
- Miss Lula Webb--Subject: "In the
Night" ' '
,oi early piety.
more oi his
H to W
If : JP; Af Vfay-SubjectrOur Cause.
U - Miss Ida Green Subject: "The Hour
if of Prayer." - v . 4
P : Fi harpe Subject: "It Might
tl iiave Been,
f4 Miss Fannie Durliam-Subject : E,ven-
" jl. A -jm lu. t r; a
a HundftMT. Al t HJJUAJ H
-Miss ArLr Durham Subject : "Tle
Value of Time."
BL tiidney Subject: -Pop."
Miss S. C. Docreett Subiect: "Trv
Miss D. A. Blanton-Subject: "The
Little Word nor
Miss M. E. Webb Subject: "Kind
ness." ' - ' ,
E. G. Wray Subject:
Miss A. & Suttle -Subject: "Music
Miss B. A. Gardner Subject: "If,
Miss F. A. Green Subject: "Early
- The above essays and speeches were
interspersed with dialogues and cha
rades. .This closed the exercises for the
first night Eyery thing passed ofl pleas
antly and smoothly. MrsVW X'Hoberts
then gave us a beautiful piece of music'
"The Hunters Kong," alter which the
audience was: dismissed.
. i-.r.i 1. : ,.
The sun rose bright and clear, and
all were in fine SDirits.
'At 2 6'clock p. toTJ' z ' large crowd
f;athered at the academy to hear the
iterarv address before the Philalotrian
Society by CoL Chas. R. Jones, df iie
Charlotte Observer. The Lionel
was introduced to his large audience at
2:30 o'clock by Mr. B. B. Miller presi
dent of the society, me coionei gave
us a chaste, sound, eloquent speech. He
paid a beautiful tribute to Cleaveland
county and to her citizens. He spoke
... of Sbelbv and Cleaveland. the tWo cen-
: "' er&s that figured in the battle of King's
!'f1Moijntain.J His subject was, Evenr
- -Maa-or-vvoman is inn ft r niter, oyjjj
own jjetmy. The coionei spence ior
about 6nd tiiland-a half. - He SDoke
of NorthOarollna, her resources, what
- she had doneiaad rwhat sh xaid do
His words were words of wisdbin, and
he . members of the .Philologlan So
ciety would do well to take lieed to
what hff fiaidV The colonel is a pleas
4pt .speaker, and. we .hope that his visit
vxm t The interest "manifested in the larger
lim roemberaof the JschooV;drew together
, l, a vyry irge auuieuce promptly at mo
ringing of the belWtlridJiyeMngW
Lrnamtatory.'tnfirti followed! an.
say on;Cpndueia by Miss W. giW
v: Miss M. J, Uarrill, Sbelhy an essay
f A3. W V VJ.i-;
fTf!M IT: T
U CUT. MflJferZaaeexh, suhjeai
they Take TheiriFIteht.t
trai, jSbw. SiUtect
r xao0Xt, i i .JU1
Miss EL a
say, subject: f'Passing Away" .mi&fa i
. liss S. M- Webb, Shelby, f essay, sub
ject: "I Haven't Time." "
., W BWare, Shelby,, speech, subject: J
1 Miss IJinni&H
B Ji. JUvDurn, speeeBjecti Jbqu
cate the Farmer."
Miss CL P. Gardner; Shelby, essay, sub
ject: "Look Before You Leap."
subject: "The Excellency of Intellectu-
aandOIal Beautyr. T.
yMisMi J. Green. neJbtTessa:
lect: "Hone Sorines Eternal in the Hu
man Breast " "
J. B. Blaaton, Shelby, speech, subject :
"Industry, and the Rewards of Indust-
? Vsafedrc&ry, bj Taomastofxto. '
SonVHthe Last GoodyeT by thl
The SDeeches bv the vounz men, and
the compositions by the young ladies,
showed much training and laborious
work on the part of the teachers, and
betoken success in after years.
Duaerarion and Partisanship lf"
, Jourameut Proballjfk Further pe
layedThe Struggle of the 8U-
if i IL , i i i i
ISpedal pispaten to the Baltimore Sun.
Waseisotox, June , IS. There has
been for two or three days a good deal
of dissension in the Republican ranks
in regard to the attitude of the party
in Congress towards the new army ap
propriation bill. Despite the earnest
and others to consolidate the Republi
cans pttpkjUouae against the bill, the
latter, urider" the lead-bf Messrs. Gar
field and Hawley, voted almost unani
mously for the measure. For two days
past Mr. Conkling has been nendeavor
mg to rally opposition to the bill among
Republican Senators, and to-day he suc-
peededin havings caucus. He and Sen
ator Zach" Chandler have mastered more
than a majority of their colleagues in
favor of coming out in the Senate in
-vigorous opposition to the sixth section
of the mil, winch prohibits the pay
ment of any money appropriated by
the binjf&r'tpe support or transporta
tion of troops to be used as a police force
to keep the peace at the polls. Before
the vote on the army bill was taken in
tne House, it is understood Mr. Blaine
was somewhat active in advising the
House Republicans to support the sixth
section jon the ground that it was a
harmless provision, in noway repealing
or modifying any existing law. He
now finds himself antagonized by Conk
ling ana unanaier. A good many of the
Honse-ReDnblicans are indicriant at the
course MfrConkling is ipursuinz. The!
cnargBjunurwiin aesire vo emoarrass
"T i. , 11 -a .
1 - . f JA. J r . a. , m f
wie jrresBiefc aim we more moderate
miae'tft - theRejubliigart ; rartv. Thev
egarflusionartoewal of his
iiui.iiLusL i.u aunjiiustraiion.
"In. view of the developments today,'
the pepspect oi, an eartyf adjournment
is not so favprable. TheiiB. wi!fl be more
delmfjeYm tfeeappriatiojftlls in the
Senate than was anticipated a day or
4MWever, came taan 4mdersanding du-
npg ineir caucus conference (bis mor
piac to pusbr-We 'approprian bills
with diliir'enee and visor. fiPhev are
'wilBng to ailb jl reasonable f time for
ucvke, uui LUffuyt,iiUteua,vo spena
mure iuiui frwyjuv8jji uisposmgoi any
onefof the4)ills.if this programme is
adhered ta Congress may be ale to ad
journ Friday br. Saturday of -next week.
Shciild theiHvi-meit. howieVer. suc-
Ed 'W'btcf'riatfetheeniSB finance
ner-silver bOl, lging Uat meas-
ure ueiore vnejpeivaie, as meyiare still
threatenMurto.do, adjournnjent will
probably be postmned- beyond next
welkrririf mw ftiakiniRan effort
to lraoMe'ttieCdfilirfTttp.ft ta tinnsiPr
coniiderti4Qf jantil next
seslion, and are pressing Senftiors Bay
ard! and Kernan fa-allow the till to be
tepprted-4tberH adversely oc without
recommendatten. What success they
will haTwffritlir3 trb seen1 If a ma-rityof4gStiite:oto.-Jto.
the committee rem the farther consid
eration. ,oi the Warner bill, there ap
peantobe biltnttLft'drfnM that: sun?i.
tor Bayard would peremptorily resign
the chairmanship of the committee.
Uaogrd for a llape.
Raleigh Observer, 14th.
.Davis, a negro man aged 45
. . ..wA, M
hanaea at &raiLhnel(L vesterdav.
The crime was committed in the low
er edge of Franklin county nea-the.
.aasnune. rne prisoner was arrested
and carried before a magistrate. The
victim of the rape was blindfolded.and
-when Several parties were brought be-
ion anu -required no speak to her she
identified Davis by his voice.
He was arraiened at the snrincr term'
1878 of Franklin Superior Court, Judge
Seymour presiding, and tried. The v:
idence was that he visited the cabiri of
Mrs. Champion, a white woman living
about one-ftmrth -ofa-'mile from Mr.
vv unam j? uuers, where Davis had Wen
eUlDlOVed in CUttinir Inom in tYkdrVidrw
grounds. He came to her house; injthe
night at about 10 o'clock, and demand
ed admittance. She refused. TTd hrnlrA
into the house. He committed the rape,
threatening to kill her if she refused.
She made no outcry, as she was gxfi&ly
alarmed. She reported the crimeiext
uay. x esteroaY be toAidtlie perialty1 of
his i.awTulijxuiltCnej'e was a large
crowd. North Carolina justice is swift
ana sure. ' ,
' b i !
, i An lulet CUe(.
YYILMINGT.QNJN..Cf June lThw
Rtfir Clf trv-mnrrnw will nnnfoin fai rvfj
nclal announcement.ofrnth'Jasing of
New Inlet, near the mouth of iCape Fear
river, to-day. v A number of persons
waiicea ary-rootea across the rockMtfork
Erojm-aHeaeratijroint t zeke's iAumt ji
uistance oineany 'iniie7Tbe tlosing
the bar and river improvement which
uaa ween w geKBTOUsrjiosteTed py tlie
es-lly to the nroarjeritv of wttmlnvtt&SXfif
doarpeu ipu ljuuMnq ca-a
utf rr c tin O .iM
DeaL Cedar Kun, essay,
- W M A WW
uwxwb, ami uw uo laiaeai Know oi u Hall's
noum and tiw arill Ha .mi rha.oaia ha - .
tm of tae rear efpedaOr. a eold m kkm a
JatflialaTwccLans troabie baa already
'tela, TlKmsanfe lose BKfr area fn fids vajrev-
Hi inter. wMla bad Wmx timm flnnr
bemta a eare would hare reaolted, and alat
utfflraBS doctor beeaarolded. J aD
C the Tbraac and Idnga, Binirt Omriw
SxsoFftaa proves Itaeif tote tbeereateatdlaeev
ot of lis kind la Medicine. ZterjSrosbtlB CbJs
ciiltelraac9f wtnderMrBXt Oter
INTRODUCED. 1 065.
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEADAfHE, COSTVEMESS, ,
DYSEXTEIY, BUJOUS FEV78, AGUE AMD FEVER, "
JAUXDiCE, PILES, KHEUMATISM, KIDNEY C0M
PLAJNTi COLIC, ETC.
.'' I SYMPTOMS OF A
Ioaaof AypetitoandHagaaa, the bowela
on evatiTO. bat aometzmea alternate vitb
In the right aide and muler the ahoolder-,
blade, fnUTx after eating, with a cbain.-"
fTfrtatinn to exertion of body ormind, Irti-
bf tentperi Low apirita, Xoas at
', of haying neglected
tome duty, General wearineaa; Pizmea,
yinttering at the Heart. Dota before the '
eyea. Yellow 8km, Headache generally
oyer the right eye, Beatleaeneea at night
with fitful dreama, highly colored Urine..
JT TJTKSnt TfAtTTflTM AUK II 11 H K V. II Kllt .
;SPjOU DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED,.
are especially adapted to such
cases, a single dose effects
. such a change of feeling as to
astonish the sufferer.
eeiaeaadadflreaa aalfctee eea that are
- ' frfce frei eay aneDeirhafliaicMaiajTe
the -jaeet deJleate ergajuxastes. They
v 8eacas,aeepe yarjfy, mad IaTigenue
seraed iJTer, Chey eleamae the
f real eelaeaeaa haatera, mad t haa laiemrt
health mm rltanty te the hear, emeaiac
the hewela te eet amtaraily. wltheet
i feel well.
A Noted Divine saysi;
th ( fart with littla fiHO.w t
ay aooo appeal.
1 Mrfaet. rernlsr stool:
efl anea, md.I hTninal i
Thw aiwrth thav mW n Mid.
Bar. B. I SIMFSOS. LomariD. K7.
Their first effect ja-te eereaae the Appiir,
and cans pie tody te Taka ea Flesh, thns ..
tyitem is aeariahed, and their Teaie An
- tiea oa the IHareaUTe Orgaaa, Uegalajr
6teIa ar prodacad.
DR. J, F. HAYWOOD
OF NEW YORK, SAYS:
Yrw diisnsw exist that cannot be reliernd rj r.
storinc tb Iisar to its Boroul function, snd tor
this purpose no remedy hiMrer baen innntcd tost
Mf . tOlff EVEBYlfKISE PRICE ?J CENTS.
OaSe 33 M array Street, New Yerk.
t9 Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Taloabl Infor
aaatioB and UaefolIteceSpU' wlB besaelledres
fs Hsrsjless ss spring wstsCi Boid b. Druggists, or
Bw By axsssas vB Kaoaps as a j t
Office' 35 Murray St., New York.
apr 1 lj.
45 Years Before the Public.
-. .-. i . "j ' . .ur.t
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PMN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side; Sometimes' the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently, extends to the top of the
shonlder'amliis sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
and, sickness?- the JweK iri general
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanied with a :dull, heavy sen
sation inihe back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
. arrnmfitfrriHT wlffi a Vimftl Jtfjsition
of having left undone something which
ought foiavd fceen done. A slight, !
dry coufi&is. sometimes an attendAut.-''
The patient Tcomplaihs of weAriness
and debility ; he is easily startled, nis
feet are cold or burning, and hecom
plaiasvof a prickly sensation of the"
fskin ; hjs spirits are lowland although
njtBfte .thatxMuld be
XJnepcial tjhimyetie can scarcely
summon up fortftudeitnotrgh to try it
fche, fsrusts every remedy
; Several of the above symptoms attend
r fthe disease, but ases have occurred
"where few 6f them :ested,J yet exanv
. ination pfthe body, after death, has
, shown the, liver to have been extern
cases .oyv.AGOK. tAND Fever, when
Ttalainvlth Ouinine. are ta-odurtivft of
r the most baobvfettialtflf No hetM''
cathartic can be.usar;paratciiyTtH;
aavise an woo ar tacted with this
a or au. Mbous dereneements. -and
MOATTA iAX UT I W T Hljifl? i iia.CL'
niSS9?uSre neTCT "g" ef.f
Every box has a f ed.wax, , seaj avfife
hd, with the impressioitDiLcLANE's
I IWP B Prt t a. '..f'.,?fyti?.'v a 1 ; 4fcJ,T!lftatt
.".'..The ? eenuine ;clakWi lim Ptir:-i
bear-the sienararesSfcf C3Mcr.Aw'nnt I"
JilpinHJ.-pi.,f of ttiVtwu;' PJ'4he
maiutct. hemgufll.iiMtai6ns: pf tha ,
wnne2aLme spelled differently W-i
1 tmr 5
eat iaoof whick
yytw'j u list-it - i
-:i Baa and as! am iinajiHiiwifaH kJnda of '
iOOCHARBiaB AXD O0OXTST BODDCK:
ALE AKD POSTZS,
la eomer Trade aad Bcamdazr Amav
aj part f list dtr, fce of cfcuss for flK) per
eelve praaapt atteofloo.
The mderalgDed la now prepared to flu all orders
ftwemrdaas of Undertaking. Hating; on hand
COFTIKa, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES, '
men as unr as act
Haarsea (mnlabed If desired. 1
Famttiire of every DeseripCloa Repaired at aber
Wmt. & Btcew. Trade 8treet.
DD. J. E' UeAdeo,
DBD901ST ilB CmoST,
Now oOew to tae bad a full stock of
Labia's Extracts ni CoIegBes,
Colgat. Honey and Olyceriw Soaps.
KntiUh, frandi and American
Carefully prepared at all aowa. both nfeht and
J. H. MOADaQra
- PMaerlpOon Store.
200 Barrels of
C WEST St SONS'
i EXXjtA HoJl KZBQSXHZ
ALADDIN SECUBITT OIL.
T West's Extra No.
lKeroaene OIL from C, West ft
...tdm-ty. j :.!: u
SfLSJi W,J? Canton. Warranted to stand a
-1 , yorftale by ;jJ
Db. J. H. ltcATjXN;Beto fent;
. I lit'.
TCF;T TfTR f
Ar tira SJLWCE OLD ST AKjpf, -
where I am prepared to furnish a superior aualltj
to .a-UJw.h0 ma' "not Ice.. My cart will aWuiaU
dally deUTerlea at place of Irasiness . bt Artrata
rendeneea.; Onfem hhmi th hhmt atMua.i
me tnTowh P o. Box 153, or dellreredta me M-
oonjotot Bock Island Factor. 10 TeeeMl
prompt attention. , f him
Customers who begin 'with ma ffl be suppUed
tthe enure season at the foUowtngflgnm: ,
In quantities leas "than fc fcif per lb. . Vi i
of 5 to 60 lbs., VjSeiib.
of 50 lbs. and VjtfSJP , .
The abore figures are the same t which Ice has
been sold for the last two seasons, "when I had
competition: and as I hare unsurpassed facilities
to conduct the business on a lecnttmatsv iriiuini
consumera will consult their Interest by glvta me
BtnsL - "i-nu jtZ , i.TTT.i in
Thankful for rour Datronam 4it flu rota :t.
specttully ask a continuance of the aameT-
Maya. . 4-'
MOST APPBOY1D FORK,
Host Prlntod and for Sal et the
- - - - - - - - - - . . - -V - ' X " .. -..
; '. Jji ttWiwcttonry1t ia pubUcattoa of Tn Oav
eat, aaost tm&'xA. CaMvarUy equipped
JOB r1UHT!NG; I0USS
Ia,tbe South, the proprietor has added a eom
pleie . - . . . . 'i t i
Capable of executing tbe very best class of work at
ahatt Bottee. Old magazines, newspapers, law or
other books rebound tn handsome style, and at
"ery low flgnrea.
. Afi&WXS CJJBBkNT,
And work of this dass, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to fonUsh close estimates on
every deaeriptlon of
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOB
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATES and POSTERS printed here in asattracttre
a manner as In New York.
We hare a rery full supply of type for printing,
at short notice and m first class style,
BRIEFS FOR TELE SUPRE3CE COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments tn good shape wm do well to aire hs a Mai.
We hare the most aeenrate proofreaders, and our
work la as free from defects aa It is possible to
r j . 5. U k i j i ;
In iaet 1 oil, kinds of prtnUng done.al rtort TOce
y. .-"?;.:!:! .11.1. .!i J;!fr; .
' Speefal nttentton gtren to Railroad Prtntlng! v
........ ...-.-s1 r..;t.'-f
-' : , !-t r ' ti
, , , -. . .:)utf.J 1
Hf5ArfBW flPWfr trpe than most job
wranae to m a specialty with ua; ' ?'to s' i
1.) tPiAAXtoaAtfriviiN UUARANTEXD. -a
'!iu 'Ptvit ;'
fancy woAaT Gold and
plated Table Wa.,
: ! ' 'govd AND SDLTEB
(4d-Head Canes and JsverytUnc Tu want
TVein Farts, France, -
WATCH and' CtOOt HAKXbV GILDEB and STI
TKB PLATES, ' i
- r ? . ., -r
Trade Street, oppoatta Ita Pres&rtertaa Church,
Nat Gray Store.
Irery kind of repatn made at onee at half
and warranted aoe yaari. Xrerr kmd af Jean
Bronze Glldint, Cokxtne. aQwPlaanc and
raniitng made at ahoranottea. and eqaaOy as apod
as new. . Work done for the trade at low prices
Hrrippraiflcowanted, with pieantam and good
refereneea. r ,
Repaired work, nncaned for wm be sold at the
expiration of twetre months for cost of repairs,
A SPLENDID OPPOfcTUNTTT TO WIN A TO&
TUNIVSXTCNTS GRAND DISTRIBU
TION, CLASS G, AT NEW ORLEANS,
Tuesday. July 8th, 1879-110. Monthly Drawing
j LOOISIANA STATE LOTTERT COMPANT.
This- btstttagon was- Tegularir Ineorpbrated by
fbeAgsdatBre the State tor EdacaOanal and
CharttaMe purpoaes In 1868,,eB mi not or
TjrjWrrra. tjubs, to whJesmtraet the Inrloiv
We fann-of the State pledged with "-m capital of
Sl-OOaOOd, to which a has smee added a Beserre
Fund of $350,000- Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER. DISTRIBUTIONS win take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each. Half-Ties
ets, one Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prize $30,000
I Capital Prize TTasfin
x vtHuu rrroe
2 Prizes of $2,500.
5 Prizes of limn.
zu razes of
100 Prizes of 100...
200 Prizes of 50. -500
Prizes of 20. . .
1000 Prizes of 10 . ..
APPROXIMATION PRIZES :
9 Approximation Prizes of $300. ..
9 Approximation Prizes of 200...
9 Approximation Prizes of 100...
1857 Prizes, amounting to $100,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
prandnentpointa, to whom a liberal compensation
Application far rates to ehibs should only be made
to the home office of the company in New Orleans.
Write, clearly stating full address, for farther
Information, or send orders to
. M, A. DAUPHIN,
Postofflce Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
AH onr Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under
the superrlsioa and manageaent of Generals G.
T. Beauregard and Jubai A. Early.
Reject '.all.. vldlenfc-PwrgatlreR. . They ruin the
tpae.of jbj) aa&weak
TARRAXra .ItFKRVESCENT SXLTZER
.?"ICT9 HS4.PEBXENT ;
is nsedhf rafiwial-people as a means of reliering
all dersnaisw at Jthevetomach, Urer and Intea
tinevhecauserS BmoTes ostrBctions without pain,
and imparts rigor to the' organs which it purifies
Sold by all Druggists.
... ANTI-DYiJPErTIC PILLS.
iThese Puis will prerent and cure Dyspepsia.'
Taay are an unrirallad Dinner PUL nBd aperient,'
and admiraiftb; -adapted aaa family inediciae. They
are uaed by, the xxwt cxutlr&ted people In our
country; and are extensively ased by physlelans in
pmcacek'-eold wy Druprlsts generally. . Send
Writes:-"! hare tiAt fOetunim tii juLm in, toM.
many to the rbsnes of Coldeo'aLlchkr'a Uqidd Kx- 4
no vi seei ana ximieinTisonuoraasM rerr iwat
f f preparaUon used for depression, weakness and ln
4 l ff6?00 therefore.?, eonfidefaay recommend
a wuienftdiaB'piofaston.'r. 8oid by nil drug-
I ai w
mu4lt in-mi - - ... . .. .
j ami feSBt'BSeS.'rt' kklUm S. hr, nnil
6smjH ftW. AAdrassBBnaua A Cot, AUiakaU, adebTr
77i- "Wwk j and -expenses, guaranteed to
j Thejatest and most teompletoi lntenaon1 Jdr tiU
wvrocker Fawnswetth'a Fluting and Smooth-1
tag Iron., i Sarea; the expense of fuel, and -the se
rere.tasar Of 1 standing orer a hot ftrr a imnin.
ra This Irod heats, itselt and , will sara its worth W
tone; to sarnothlng ofhe nealth of those who do-
the work. -"-. ...oi;i,. it?, is??7Trw'w
3fWe are the agents far the State of, NortB Cardil--
Hi if' n i ircn tt .
The aamnle Tmna ham inhi .-j .J. ..-r. .
. Maris, 1879-d8mf" ' br ; '
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BJS YORITILLB Wa: ,
J.e2TO will be toe name of a weekly Demo
fj.Paper. "e publicaUonof which will be
thlw?-08 Perusing medium for
13hariotta aa the paper will
,lane3- . - af-orkvUle;&a
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tare so wen
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Certificates can be
DR. B. WlLSOif CARR, of Baltic
'he IfcaavasMd tt to easeadribn0K- sjn
x diseases mVlkJEZm
ends .It to aapSons sufe6
Mnnnmh V h, .n .T " rfnii.
- 'uu mends
CBANEN OOu lVtwists. m
lite. Va ass M wZFifTV M OonW
Ehen an else failed. RiW
MX. sssvnuaBlR PUbUshni
btood purifier. Did our space IJ
eouW gfre you testimonials from etl "
V' ' 1 lXtfbii. mESRT, CCRRiX 4 CO.
U 8 College Place.
Aacav a Vrajk.
JToTiSale by L. R. WRISTON: A 00 . Druggy
febl lw Charloue, X. C
XTkKKS, Ga, December H. rf.
A few nights Since I gave my son one do of the
Worm Oil, and the next day he passed siae
large worms.' At the same time I gare one to bt
little girL-foaryeauokLaBd she passed eightj-sii
worms from four to fifteen inches long.
M - , W. F. PHILLIPS.
Worm On for sale by Druggists generallj. pm
pared t K 8. LYNDON, Athens; (Si 1
Price 25 centa.. teb21dtwir,
II II It I !
Is a perfBtoob "PtmEa." and is iht
only purely' VedETiBtK remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and Pebxane.vt
Cckcs of Syphilis and Scsorcut in all their
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; it relieves the agonies of merrarial
ihemnatiam,and speedily cures all skin du-
Sold by druggists generally.
Bishop D. a TJoggett (Southern Metli
It ts an excellent corrective of indigestion. Haw
used tt with pronipt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. If same, Pf. Unlversitj of It. C.
I concur with Bishop Daggett tn bis estimate of
the Vest Pocket Cure.
Rev. K A. Tates, P. K. 5, C. Conference.
It has benefitted me. Head another package.
Rev. Leroy M. Lea, D. D., Meth. Hist'n.
I am never without it at home or abroad. It Is
an antidote . to Indigestion. Uneasiness after
meal or purging is checked and the bowels regula
ted. Its merits am attested by numbers of high
character. I hare seen a "tried-everythlng" dys
peptic of fifteen years relieved by one dose.
Rer. Dra. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
' ft is endorsed by the direct personal testimony
oilmen of national fame and of strictness oi
apeechn ItBnottoomaehtoBay that no medlciw
ever had such support tn Its favor as a spectsc
The word of any one of the eminent divines te
tuiderwrtte this anddoto to dyspepsia has deserved
weight.; Their maUed witness Joined with the ex
pert mental ase and approval of the preparation w
well-known physicians, lembres all doubt, u a.
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent
Editors Religious Herald, Vs.
RerTKlTTJalmeXL. D., Ham. Sid. Col., Vt
It Is highly esteemed here by the" regular Medi
cal Faculty and the people. It is excellent forin
digestlon and flatulent colic sedative, soponnc.
tonic, shghfly aperient, without nausea.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
For sale by:
JiDJt ILC. SMrjCft .Charlotte, N. C.
OBSXlij RA6AN ft- OO, Greensboro. N. C.
0 :n tru
TBjSQ. Kj KLUTTZ, Salisbury, K. v.
-irs? A- tt .i POLX.MILLraj J C0-
'i - mar 20-dAwtf.
'TtASmC, TRNMSSHSi OHIO RAILROAD
iStWtte; .C,, May 24th. 18 ft
bn;ana after Monday, May 2th. gf
schedule will be ru over this road dally (Sunday
if r..i&:. ii,e. GOING NORTH.
Leave Charlotte;: . , . . ,. . u
.: ? 4f2vllanCollece
8 00 a. m.
9 53 a m.
1 1 20 a-
1,3 J 5 .'fJmislJBXmQ SOUTH.
4 40 p. m
08 P- m
8 00 P. n1-
Arrive at Qiariotte,..
OorinecOon made at Charlowe w iOIM
tral raUirar. and at fitatesrUle with Western now
CaroUaa Railroad. Mnnue,
A1I freight offered forshlsment toSecUon Hous
Henderson's,' Alexandrians and Caldwell s nwj
be prepaid, they being (Flag) Stations. ; at wn
there are no Agents. The company will noi d
sponsible for freight after its delivery at saw
may25 , 5HEi-
; iNOLIA HAMS.
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tfST'V sgmJZ jrTN
on "uenuemen." junin fw
- wune pronunciation. " i ; .- -a i
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