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Concloslin if tixm Preliminary Xrial
lliut -Two of Til em Commit
ted to Jail, HaTlngr Been
liefitNed BaiU , jT;.'h
The preliminary trial of Hal Thrower
and Nathan Thrower, white, and Chas.
Small and Jason Gulp, colored, chareed
with the murder of HarVeV Kinesburv.
colored, begun before Justices Waring,
TA : A WJ O J
uiiviuouii aim ooveiw, was resumeu yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock. Again
the court room was crowded. There
had been so much said about and so
much activity in investigating it that it
had grown into a positive sensation.
'"The examination of the State's wit
nesses was resumed. Mr. Flemming hav
ing previously announced that he had
associated with him Mr. F. I. Osborne,
Henry Weidbn,i colored, was put upon
the stand, This witness testified that
the absent, vatW f a?counted for
Kijrgsbhry pstm& fco iiis Mouse where
hp sometimes stayed,as he was courting
witness s .aaugnter-on the Wednesdav
afjjer the,, killing , an4 bade , them all
f0ii4 bye, going when he left in the
irecthjot' Charlotte. That was- the
lust he sawI,of Kingsbmy. t ... . u
Wm. Adams, colored, a cousin ; of '
Kingsbury, said Kingsburycameitp hi
place, two and a half miles from town,
known as the Tate and Dewey place,
about three i-weeksi ago,- Tuesday or
Wednesday-, morning, didn't knowj
which, and had a conversation witbi
him. Witness had not seen him since ;
was among those who had searched for
him. .-.! - t r-
Cross examined Joy. defendants. coun
sel :,. .Kingsbury was., working a, mine
for Preacher Stow some where'- about
the Tirhotit, and Wa$! an industrious
On a re-examination by the-ounsel
for the State in reference to the two
cblorod men accused; witness; said he
leged deceased was last seen in their
charge. They were unable to account
,f ervbim. The (fefondaiif wymMl had
jfited tA fexLiJii ihe ita-SilttMIward
story of the negro Holmes, who heard
the remarks of Jennings, Bales and
others in Dal Thrower's barn lot. He
did not rely on the supposed "bone
dust," but upon the general tenor of
the evidence which established, in his
WMe moralbta dpterasjo the beneficial effects i- i,;
from atetbBfy-brptef ei eBtee-to A afreet tax, there
can be jio, doubt that the.liappy recipients of the
many large sums "that tire so freatiently" given by
tha TYHilaldtta Cf of a T nlfaM nmn KAnaflfad HVtA
attractive sum of $30,000 may become the proper
ty of some one of readers who is wlllinsr to venture
twotrduArtrby remtaaifff itnpTiliq'P. Ow
had been found in South Carolina.' They
muse remember mat one or the men ac
cused oi complicity in tnis case w
still in South Carolina. He would ask
that the prisoners be refused bail, as
A4maJoritrJot the fustlces decided
that the prisoners should be taken to
jail to await trial by the Superior
The State's counsel informed the
court that they would not urge that
ftfcWorjlMeif Jhje crfimittad-fcwere
Vffflrfg f6r tfteW fb' be aisdharg'eu: Af
ter some consultation this was consent
ed to by the court, and the Thrower
brothers were sent to jail. Justice War
ing dissented from the opinion, but the
majority of the court favored this
ggargeuvn..i,rjul an- ,K.-u.!t :-i '
A writ of habeas corpus has been
sued out, arid the - case will be argued
eetore Judge ocjuencicar L,uacoj.noA to-
W OHJS n.JAQ&OSl SWEET KA 1 T
Ease AtfMlirfcMef tie Cheumitlc.
Y, mMh pel Aiajqdisiatt ofj reUef , lt Is
muyifim hwiiwihi! 1lMQaT LI mere is a
remedy which carries off, by means of Increased
activity oi tne .Janejsrnportant channels for
blood purification the- acrid element to which
pathologists the most .eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. Th namejOf this grand depurent Is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
rior,oqnstHtVGB,w.nJcn cause e, eontamina
I fojblodf hf blleXind ia certain
bfrenef in oysbensia. fever and aeue". and
nervous ailments It la. perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
beneficial, , ..Ttu Press also endorses it.
trim rai rx ! -m
I'i ; ! ' . . ; nil D-niMiifil V
Hi 5 1 i0f the most celebrated makers;j which will basdlcUt the very lowest prices; Also a full line of
MILES', ZIEGLER'S AND' t) ALSHEIMER'Si SHOES !,.
y .4 jjr for adh ad :misses. iSv.SiiliXS'S
And-alarge stock of Slippers and Newport Ties,
XtI GentsgOods we have a full stock theWt goods; J A trial' tvill
p 15, t tniro KioosiifA in annnnnpincp fx mv old frifinris that T am now stavmsr with Mr Mover, and ieei sausnea tnac
''nrift oWxrvTnn nf fan nUIra ir, V Ckna On1 T-Tat. KllCinOQO T fnr OaII Vflll CTwl! 111 that Htlft trt Vftltr Stl Sf ACtiOn. M'i.''
ITlbu OU )ALIVUCUL Vi-: WJ4 Tcaia 114 IIIC upvu uii .Mi,w - tiwJ. a.-j, . v. ... j - . r j
May vy, istu.
ivimse you that we sell the same article gold! elsewirere ih the city f rbin 15 to 20 per cent cheaper. ,
Vll I take. pleasure in announcing to my old friends that I am now staying with Mr.'Moyer, and
J. Ma ALEXANDER.
JUNE 24. 1879
Home copy.,, . K :.',;: . . ,. -
Slight Shock of Paralysis.
one of his eyes and a part of his face,
running down and affecting his tongue,.
iiis condition created considerable un
easiness at first, but later in the day he
recovered in a measure, and last Bight
was considerably better. ' !
A telegram from Washington says
information has reached the Secret Ser
vice division of ''the Treasury Depart
ment that a new counterfeit five-dollar
on a printed imitation pt fibre paper,
which is lighter than the genuine. The
portrait of Jackson is goodybut the gen
eral appearance of the note is bad.
Bankers pronounce it a dangerous counterfeit.
HOI?! K PENCILING.
We are asked to say that there will
be a lawn party in "Stumptown" the
first in that section of the city one
night next week, presided over by the
young ladies of that locality.
Col. C. W. Alexander advertises a lost
dog. When Rocks Pegram got lost, a
week ago, his master advertised him
and got him by noon. There may be
dogs which can get around an adver
tisement but we never heard of one.
The dime concert at the residence of
,C!ol. Myers last night was one of the
ptessantest entertainments of this sort
'"that'tas" been given. The music was
under .the directorship of Prof. Bidez,
and the proceeds will be devoted to the
V home and .hospital.
Xieut. A. L. Smith, of the Hornets'
Xest Riflemen, has received from Co!.
C. W. Alexander his appointment as
adjutant of the second regiment, in the
place of Mr. W. M. Smith, resigned.
Jvieut. Smith has tendered his resigna
fttfn to the H. N. R. and his place will
ie Allied at the next meeting. .
The edJtor of The Observer, while
at jjewbew and Beaufort last week,
met Mr. W: A. Davis, secretary of the
North Car.olia Press Association, who
informed him that the time for the
meeting of the association at Beaufort
had been definitely fixed for the 20th of
August ... -i , -
Alderman John T. Schenek who was
recently so seriously injured by the
train ia imnrnvinff. hut it W ill be tvWO
months or more before he will be ajoleS
to be out. The loss of his arm will pre
vent the possibility of his using crutches
and consequently he cannot move about
until his broken leg is able to bear his
weight : , -Vs.'-
Mr. James Biggert, familiarly known
as "Uncle Jimmy," a stone-cutter and a
person whom every ene in ine cicy
knewt least by sightdied night before
last at 11 O'clock and was buried yester
. nooainmwood..cemeteiyr Mr. Big
gert was a native of England and died
on th seventy-fifth anniversary of his
The trial of young Stikeleather in
Statesville on a charge at once the niost
repulsive and among the most serious
known to the law",1 resulted in his ac
(juittaV The jury were out only a short
while, showing that there was no one of
, em who for a moment enienameu an
Sundav. afternoon- tot fihina Grove
churcli, where'' iMrty':dr,, forty colored tegtender note has Baats pear
people had gathered for worship. They anfte: 'It is of the" Series of fS75 and
took Charles Small down into the crrave bears the names of Allison, Register,
vai'rf h fid asked . him iwhat?iy knew and Wyman, Treasurer. It is executed
about Kingsbury. Small' denied know
ing anything about him at all, and
when he turned to leave them, said:
He's where you'll never find him, if you
do drag the mill ponds and hunt in the
gold njines. Jason Culp was - also ap
proached. He said that Kingsbury was
Simon Springs, colored, was examin
ed as to the road from. Hilton's to Jus
tice Downs's. He said the nearest way
wa.s by the pump through Thrower's
Joshua GJover, white, confirmed the
testimony of S. H. Hilton, given Mon
day, as to the arrest of Kingsbury by
himself, Andy Bales and Nathan
Thrower said he loosened the rope
around Kingsbury's hands when just
without the city limits; so for as he
knew neither Bales or Thrower had
arms. The negro resisted them when
they attempted to arrest him. here in
town, Bales struck . kinC the negro.
This was about dark- He went direct
froHT'Hilton'fr to-Mr, -Hart's where he
stayed till U o'clock; caught up with
Bales, Thrower and the prisoner two
miles from Hilton's and rode with tliem
till he came to the road where he had
to turn off.
Cross examined by Mr. Wilson:
Took a pistol from-Kingsbury soon af
ter they arrested him ; subsequently
asked the prisoner what he should do
with it. Prisoner told mm to give it
to Henry Weldon. Last Thursday Dan
McElwee came to him and said Henry
Weldon told him (McElewee) to get the
pistol. He coulfi'not tell how McElwee
knew he had it ' Witness had told no
one and had asked Bales and Thrq wer
not to mention his having it. " :
In the re-examination by Mr. Flem
ming -witness , said he did not know
whether any one besides Bales and
Thrower saw him take the pistol or
Dan McElwee, colored, was question
ed as to his knowledge of the pistol.
He said that Jeff Thrower told him
Glover had it. He told two stories about
asking Glover at one examination say
aug that he told Glover that Henry
yeldon $ept him for it, and at another
that" he did not mention Weldon.
Glover did hot give him the pistol ; said
he would wait and see Weldon. '
Johns Edwards, colored, was with
Wm. Adams when he questioned Small
ana Culp at the church, and made sub
stantially the same statements as tlpse
made by Adams. ,
The State's counsel here closed its
Death of M r. John A. Wilson.
.At.l2'o!clcfcki yesierday tneideath of
Air. John A. Wilson was announced on
the streets. . It was a shock severe an
heavy, for 'comparatively few persons
knew he was dangerously ill. In fact
his most intimate friends were f not
made to realize the approach of death
until late night before last. Sunday af
ternoon he was up town and although
somewhat feeble and suffering, he chat
ted very pleasantly with his friends.
That night he began to grow worse.
He was conscious till a few hours be
fore he breathed his last, and his death
was as peaceful and calm as his life
was gentle and full of womanly tender
ness. Not a man,! woman i or child
among his more intimate acquaintances,
but loved John Wilson, and those who
knew him best loved him most. If he
had faults, they were such as the best
of us are not free from ; if he erred it
was in sacrificing his own means,his own
comfort and his own pleasure for oth
ers. Retiring to a degree that amount
ed to diffidence. Wholly without ostenr
,taJtiQB;.in yth ikipdnesses - which 5b,e so
generously 5 lavished lip&n? dtliers,- and
modest in the estimation of his own
powers, some may have failed to ap
preciate his full worth, but none can be
found to-day who will say aught against
Mr. Wilson was born near Peters?
burg, Va., and was about forty years of
age. For many years he has been con
nected with theTorth Carolina-Railroad
Company, filling the several sta
tions of telegraph operator, - conductor,
master of transportation, arid general
freight agent, until he came to Char
lotte in 1870 to take the company's
agency here. In each position he was
faithful and irreproachable..: No man
stood higher in the service, and as the
news of his death is received, along the
line many are the lips thativill repeat
with the deepest j regret : Poor J oh n
Wilson!. (. , , . .
The remains were sent to Richmond
by the 4.10 train yesteiday afternoon,
and will be carried thence to Peters8
burg for interment.
Baltimore Oats firm; Southern 86a40, Wes
tern white S&atfer do mixed 33a34fe, Pennsyl
vanfa ' aRafiiAi.1 Hay market steady: prime Fenn-
By1vafila" and Maryland I2al3. Provisions" firm; A
mess pork, 14 10 50al0.?, new r-; bulk meats
loose snooiar8-4ai1- clear rib -sfdes 6ai, packed
-4V&oiti oaeon snouiaera 5, clear riD siaes
, Ai.iams llal2. Lard refined tierces 7. Butter
t dull ebolce Western packed 10al2, rolls .
cottee Jinn; Kio cargoes jii&aiiW. wmsxey
dull ayiu06fea7. Sugar firm; A soft 8ia.
Cinciwnati Flour dull; family 5.20a6.00.
nrhcoi- nrnab-ni.. H 1 A An fiK fVirn Hnll at ttflalla
Oatsqutetat 32a35k , Pork,duU at 10.00. Lard
quiet; current make 6.05. Bulk meats quiet;
shoulders held at 3.80, cash sales at 4.00, seller
August, short ribs held 4.85, short clear 5,00; ba
con steady; shoulders 4Vi, oletuy ribs Mfe, clear
sides 5. WhUkey la good anand at 1.02. But
ter firm; fancy creamery 17al8, choice Western
reserve 12al3, choice Central Ohio9all. sugar
steady; hards 9a9i, A white 8t4a8, New Or
leaneyBiAaliA. Hogs quiet; common 3.00a3.60.
';ulhV&6i85,pacWngi30a4O0. butchers 4,00..
405; receipts 1.615; shipments 370.
New York Flour no decided change; No. 2,
2.35a3.10, superfine Western and State 3.45a3.55,
common to good extra Western and State 3.75a
3.80, good to choice do 3.95a4.50; Southern flour
quiet; common to fair extra 4.75a5.60; good
to. choice do 5.65a6.75. Wneat-ungraded win
ter red 1.08, No. 2 ditto 1.19aT2(Hfe. Corn
-ungraded 40a43Vi, No. 8, 40 Oats, 37.
Coffee moderate, demand;. Bio quoted In car
goes Ilial4i4. Job lots llalSife. Sugar quiet;
Cuba 6i4a, fair to good refining 6 5-16aU, prime
6: refined standard' A. 81. granulated 8,
powdered KJA, crushed ,8 Molasses New Or
leans 25a28. Bice In fair demand and steady;
Carolina quoted at 6iAa7, Louisiana 6a3i&.
rk pew mess. pnjDQtlJlam25. old 9.50.
rd Drtme steam on SDOt 6.37a37U). Whiskey
Norfolk Quiet; middling 1214c; net receipts
200; gross ; stock 1,499; exports coastwise
406; sales ; exports to Great Britain 4,103.
B ALTTJtoiUt-Duft; middling 12c; low middling
12; good ordinary ll-jfc.; net receipts ; gross
140; sales ; stocK 2,7B; exports coastwise
15; spinners ; exports to Great Britain -to
Continent ; to France
Boston Quiet; middling 12c; low middling
12U: eood ordinary ll-ft: net receipts : gross
105; sales ; stock 4,455; exports to Great
Wilmington Steady : middling 12c: low mid
dling llc; good ordinary 11; net receipts 3;
os8 : sales : stock 32 1 : spinners : ex
ports coastwise : to Great Britain ; to Con-
Bent ; to channel .
Phtladklphia Firm middling lrj&fec; low
middling 12t4c; gooaordinaty llftc; net receipts
10,342; exports to Great Britain .
Augusta Quiet; middling 12U?c; 1 mid
dling llc good ordinary llc; re el.J s 4;
shipments ; sales 20; stock .
Charleston Steady: mldd'g 12tAc: low rold
dling 12c; good ordinary 1 isc. ; net receipts
14; gross ; sales 400;. stock 616; exports
coastwise ; Great Britain ; ranee
Continent : to channel .
X- JEefcr-Steady; sales! 434; mkkfg uplands
123fee. middling Orleans 121fee.; consolidated net
receipts 515; exports to Great Britain 4,635.
Liverpool Noon A shade easier. Middling
Uplands, 7 1-1 6d., middling Orleans. 7ld,; sales
8,000, speculation and export 1,000, additional
Sales i yesterday . after regulars elostdg. ; re
ceipts 49,462. American 4o,922v Futures sellers
at l-H'2 decline. Uplands low middling clause
June delivery , June and July 6 3132, July and
August 7, August and September 7 l-16al-82,Sep-tember
and October . October and November .
Movember and December . New crop shipped Oc
tober and November, September and October per
Nkw York Money 2Ua3l4. I
governments firm. Newfa'tj 1.03 Four and
half per cents 1.06. "Fonr-toer'cents 1.028i. State
The defendants' .counsel introduced
Jeff Thrower. He admitted haying had
a conversation with Dan McElwee in
reference to the pistol which Kings
bury was said to have had, but did not
tell him that Glover had it;.iidii't even
know himself that a pistol had been
taken from Kingsbury. : ; ; '
The defendants' counsel remarked
that" It had been saMtirthiyTfjrirttiiat
the supppseft 1)urnfrig Jia talf i place
on his mantation. wiuiew n
Jail Peliverj- at I.fnrolntou.
Monday morning, at LincolntonJ
Sheriff Robinson went up stairs in the
jail to give the five prisoners their
breakfast. As he opened tne door oi
the foommhich theiftX'ferfe confin
ed; rfaVinghi pistol whfi hand, one of
them, a negro named liilliam, seized
him around the arms and waist. The
attack was altogether uuexpected, the
sheriff having left the prisoners man
acled the night before, but he made a
manful resistance. In attempting to
close the door behind him, he had it
New York Futures closed steady.
000 bales, j j j
Another arrival of household and other useful articles for our famous
;; F I V E C E N T C OUNTER.
t; - " Far superior to all othei-s'recelved. Also a beautiful variety of
. . $ ...,.' ' ' "
PERCALES AND PRINTS, LINEN LAWNS, PLAIN AND FANCY.
' LOVELY DESIGNS IN ' ' ' ' " ,
HAMBURG EDGrlNGS, INSERTING S AND LACES.
s firea; Bargalas In . r
Ladies' Linen Ulsters and Presses,
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND DRESS LINEN.
Be sure to call and look at our great bargains we offer this week. ,rrtT,r.Tr n ,
H. MORRIS & BROS.
We have Just received a splendid assortment of Rustic Frames, for mottoes and various size pictures, at prices lower than ever known In Charlotte.
June 1, 1879.
O ur White Goods Department
rgandles, and Barred and Striped Nainsooks at exceedingly
low prices. , 4 , ,
We are now offering bargains in every line, and your attention Is especially called to our stock of
Has recently been replenished with a magnificent line of Linen, Victoria, French and
Piques, ail styles and prices; India Mull, Org
Our celebrated Job Counter appears before the
public, and upon lt we place all broken lots and
odd sizes to be closed out at a heavy sacrifice. Ou
stock of all wool Cassimere Pants, ranging from
$2.50, 83.25 and S3 will be closed without reserve
at 5K3. uur .ou, 90. to, 94, 4o anu -t.ou cas
simere Pants at S3. Our $5, $5,450, $6 and $6.50
Cassimere Pants in unlimited variety and beauti
ful in design of style and character of texture, are
clearing out at one uniform price, $4.
Tremendous crasu m prices in oruer u ue.tr ul
our Summer Stock. A clean and thorough sweep
will be made in Cassimere Suits, and where the
lots are small and sizes are broken : they are to be
closed at less.than the value of their raw material.
One lot 01 stynsn unevioi tocx cwus reuueeu
from $12.50 to dose at $7-50. A large assort
ment of Sack and Frock Suits ranging frem$14,
$15, $16 to $17, are closing at $10. A splendid
variety of stylish and attractive Cheviots and
Spring Suitings in latest designs, sold readily
throughout the season at $15, $16, $17.50, $18
and $20, wUl be cleared unUormly at $12 50.
A large lot of fine White Linen Duck Vests, worth
$2.50 and $3 last season are now to be disposed
Many other lines reduced In the same propor
tionTw'e cannot give a full description, as want of
space prevents, but we never make any promises
we cannot fulfill. We are determined to -clear out
our Spring Stock, and know of but one way to ac
complish this result rapidly and effectually, and
that is to reduce the price to such a point that it
compels the public to purchase where they can
economize best. We prefer to convert our stock
Into cash, and open each season with the newest
designs in fabrics, and increase the slid reputa
tion we have already achieved as being "Head
quarters for novel styles and reliable goods."
Remember the first comers secure the best se
lections, and our
Stands awaiting your command.
The most attractive In the city, and at very low prices. We have Torchon and Bretonne Laces, Ham
burg Edgings and Insertings, Nainsook Edgings and Insertings, Swiss Edgings and Insertlngs in great
CORSETS AT ALL PRICES.
Colored Organdies and Lawns-all grades just received. We make a specialty of Ladles' anft Misses'
LINEN CUFFS AND COLLARS.
E. D. LATTA A BRO.
QHESAPEAKE BAY EXCURSION. .
Tickets for the Excursion to Old Point Comfort
are ready for delivery.
Party will leave on Friday evening, 4th July, at
8:30.on Carolina Central Bailway, so as to be at
Old point Saturday evening and In Baltimore early
Call at T. C. Smith's Drug Store.
June 26 lt
Ladies' Handkerchiefs from 5c. to $3.50.
Our Stock or Gloves will be found complete.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
Girls' and Boys Suite,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Send for Samples or inforrtiation, and
satisfy yourself how cheaply and quickly
you can get everything in
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
of its by Mail or Express. , We carry an
average stock of about $Jfi0t000, all bought
for prompt cash. t&gTry us.
, Have the (Jhilaren sena jor a set oj our
Importers and Retailers,
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office or the Observer, i
Charlotte, June 25, 1879. t
The market yesterday closed steady, as follows:
lent entertained an -gr hea foujid Jniiis field. Posa H1 uoor r V 1
vi.- vm-riinr. mAfitiJ toexpjainftimas badly
xv . ...i.-thar no nun mji zi Litirr .n 111L-11 1 . v , . . . 1
from his hands. Three shots were fired
at him, but happily without effect, and
four of the prisoners rushed down th,.
stairs, and with a piece of iron burst a
panel out of the door. Through, this,
thev escaped, while SlieriffRobinsonen-
a?efl the. hiriimosU iffteofoer and beat
im back into the cell with the haqdje-
of abroom. .. , '.
A crowd was raised and pursuit was
given the fugitives. -Ali started across
the trestle over the, South Fork, but one
becoming frightened stopped on the
trestle, and :iwaa retaken. Up to last
accounts the others were still at large,
All of the prisoners were colored. I as.
one who wrested the pistol from the
Strict middling. .
Lower grades . . .
ih.Xivr. th. .charge made no . mention ,
rttfhft criiae uixtil several months after
ft wSSe createda doubt from
SritotSel the testimony before the
ITaha nrv..inr to shake. Stikeleath-,
er was at once released. .
State ConventJf" L. C?'
The third annual invention of t
??VJZZ riv,rfaffan- Association
- ivhr. nrahnrrf Was iiext , intrOdriced :
safd' lie'liad. heard the: stpry;iout the
burning s and wentifta: the spot a few
v,rtnra Arrt t'T.i weeds nJdr 'ctass had
... 3 .Ji ioV,
grown up at tne Yery euo uj. iuo
tf mm tmmm:
'nas I'orter anu ,iusuu viwtoi
both testineitr4he good characters of
j Lt I i
hef State's wattdrnef Ml-teknming,
i 1 1 pa in
1 Ir? iilii
air .J, !-;. uiT.li :
A SET OF
u ''VoSm t opened the case by stating ; that; ne OT toWtom thT
4rffir3meettnf, At the-flwt WttMjtodi SSSfflS case sheriffs hands was a notorious despeoff
LSw.tBtf'btt!r; !ryQUl.dvMs;!arigumehfc "pni th case Johnston. It is suDDOsed that
A tfLLVCllNA'A1- t'h " 'WJ Yfl 1 J TT1 (2 1 nun n.iti'.iv 1 - - - ...
.W.Pnt t j thev reliei
-if PABJxy-iiE W r
Ljah ..-1. Aww,iiurwi.fnr 1 .-Several gen-
VentiorL ainoiiff these Ion; J M.lacn,
Gilmer, and Mr. E. W. Watklns, pf
n,riatn. thAlaatHanaed representing
the executive eommittoe.pf the Inter fartmpA
.,, nationah-Young Men Christian Ass I ba v,Th
thw rAliAVAd thftmsftlvfia of their shack
'tr, . ryy..- hli a les during Sunday night, bv means of a
Theldeierja-ijT-jp uuunfv - spopnnaadifl wficn wirouna in tne
the caie of Williams was not in point JSfe. nYliV
The. Btfte Pliurntsu
hofovor nf the killing. vVho cpuld
M.UtJ . . "
0? ,! fit yr.-
'out jnem.7 f.jir
bA ltill sftirFnaQipeeu wixue. -
We never knew a person who suffereaSvfln Boils;
ai novhnnnlaa hllf vhn WR9 fnnoTatulftted UDon 1ta
being better out than in." RowmuCh taore aprlrol
priate the adylce-rUse Dr..i3uii'8 hiooo auxtui
and be entirely ritf df au'sucTi stmoyanoes.
ids Vm it, Wky HeslUte.
a r.iblnc-mch firar J3BSh
have iven some time already !to: pedes
trian exercises. re siiKeiyw;'v an had oeen tu, ,ht;:" ; f T2
exhfbition Vst.on race UffSM
..uwJd-LH hive Aff erred 1A!;bacrtheniior,
jtA .Ma anj h vnniiff men are,
lao-P.r for thaJundertaking. They proUhuscestab-
i to w
It is adapted especially to those cases where the
Hombtls disordered, and will cure any Irregularity
of the menses." Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Beg"-
111 lllVo mauuv,, - -., ... , ,1 n 1 lator acts UB.O a cuarui 111 wimoo, w i
had been maatditonriect it witnrtne 1 ofthojipthiyOTOja
"Jir Hr..eaSed.. In the cas8pt1d:. orTucauses.by restoring toe dharge
In every instance, sg aiso in curuiuc tui
tion is prompt anSqeclsive, and saves the conetltu-
JTom .conuuess wfi'p.aws'D
oirfrugelst fota clrcular.i:rit ' ' " '-
atse'.ieei,iF wu, rrrp---- uon
AA Ahoroits delivtl .was -Ag
na -h'iSTrcrimstantiai eYi'
easer for theJinaena.ing. xu vt "iAuuej w 'rk3I7walArhlro'
Iwfn walk for twenty-four houreWdancwInithi8:cft&
ACb TT A tA
vx tieepvAaM killed
ThisiiWas-tlrergiefttJ ofj the
they should nayeu-eiijii
him . rO ) JUailCB mUUWU
ferf eetlv s natural ; ana t
gate and th$ gftte
- havA .walked
u aheriiiroes and
f ixw i "- . r . : ;: . n
Thev had simply given - exprmnnf
ntiment which, prevailed: among the
Ever EvM !
tion.' Fetted'by men and loved -SJEStaS SSt - ' The State's counsel argued,tbat there
floi-naeair nen m www . The State s counsej., jug,ufA,vuw
1. Imibiji Wlthnnt Tare.
By the combination method 01 operating m
may be used with equal proportionate success. By
rfsm Uasm .T.nwrAnnn A Co.. Bankers. M.
T;.loolttrderi K4hu8aBd4V)fCtt8tomer8, of
various sums mw uiw tadi ouivuuh, u Wyyv
.ird on ih ArtvikriMtrf iii AhA-larafist capital and
experienced skill, and the percentage of profits,
will return 1 .oaaiur iiv?i wu. vu. ,
and so on, as the market varies. A prominent
-..KiioHko, Ar ilia Rvk island mi. Dally Arxw.
Kjade $154.15 on an lnve?tmeflt of$20,O0 to Oc-Ew,-'?
TTiftiKitajfA or ntliers am 'dotniT even better.
SesSrs.Xawren.oe CWfi6 P"4aF hMM
unerring rujes for success lo stock opefaaohs'' And
full information; so that - any am a deal in
stocks. AU kind of bond and stocks wanted.
New Government bbndrf mpplied. Hpeppsite re?
mtvtvL- Aontf to Lawrence A Oo'aJaiikefs, 61
Exchange; Place. N. Y. Ctfra 1 1T .0 .-t i
lcistoVer jjo, can' be bought
By applying to
OFFICE OF PIEDMONT NURSERIES J.
Greensboko. N. C, May 81r 1879, J
I propose to give, to the patrons of the '
The benefit of the traveling agents' commission on
my Nursery stocK, consisting 01 f ruit xrees, ao.,
and bave reduced the price 50 per cent. Apples
and Peaches, 1st class, 3 to 6 teet; fine improved
ruits as are grown in norm uaronna, ana reaay
for Inspection. Reference given to any .Nursery
1 Guilford county, peaches and Apples running
om the earliest to the latest varieties. Trees will
artackedm eood strong boxes or. bales, and de
livered to railroad denbts or express offices without
nnv e-rtra ehArett for boxes or delivery. I will tUTi
nisn at we louowiog raw nue: nsaopes uu iir,
pies In any quantity, improved Irult, id cents each.
Pears, Plums,- Apricots, , Nectarines, Quince, Crab
Apples, Figs, Cherries; 83 cents. Ornamental
Trees, noses ana j lowers win oe swu cuewper mau
can be sold by any nursery in North Carolina.
Cash to accompany the orders. Any one not h.av-
ing cash may nil out note, signed by purcnager, q
be naid when trees are delivered at denot specified
by purchaser. Note to accompany trees and paid
when tfe&s are delivered, purchasers paying' all
fie4ghts on same. Trees will be shipped In No
vember and purchaser notmea wnen to meet tnem.
Persons orderins will state Dlalnly where to shin.
Name the derjots. Letters of lnaniry answered
cheerfully. Orders solicited and satisfaction guar
anteed. Send in orders at once.
Yery respeottuH7, .
Proprietor of Piedmont Nurseries,
Tune 7 eod6m. -.:.
r-u tuna LB
Am aiiriiM m
pa bti r.u 1 1 r a 'f HUH B R U&fl
vyhiteSewimo Machine Co
- a . . . . - ;
. JSi large Eight Page Sheet of Fifty-six broad columns, will
W Sent, post-paid, to any Address, till January 1, 1880,
: FOR HAjL-F A DOLLAR.
Address : ?:r ri' THE SUN, New. York City.
. J'Uh6 21 Lm. . . ; ,
CAROLINA CENTRAL DISPATCH LINE,
Via Wilmington, N. 0. .
Lilt; iit liini .
As the warinweaftieTTi now fairly open, when
Ice has become a necessity, I am prepared to nil
orders at shortest notice and with a superior quality ,
of Pure Lake Ice at figures which 1 have been tof
meviy selling, My cart makes dally deliveries to
yigtuAJtu8toWAUiTto whodO Hot desire lee
each day in regular quantities, can yiwurv ucv
K annltrlnir tn rtrtrnr'of CAVtttF t me a effiOS. 1 08
oy' oaf loaa, mtrrei or,uuri jtoitouwij, "th
oal I have a full stock, aa is usually carried
111 F'fT1 w laiuiuoa.
Orders filled at short
i v i 1 i j .:A
Pine Apples, Imperial Oranges, Extra Large Lemi;
promptness gBaraawea m every wiw.
r Tn r.na 1 hava n. fill I RtOfilt. US IS USUall
y- - -. - -."77. rraij ' .--. -.,,
in the busmesa. emDraoing"air lurwmiuca
foundries and sraitn use.
My stock of lberls completeand of all the
various kinds osuallfcameb ia,thebpsUes, such
as 5 4 dressed flooiAgrWdressea cening, select.
dry boards. Ac: large ockoi uuns, snuies,..
iMcttkm. Also bills ot all kinds
n.r inhu fnaniiviui nn chnrfaat nntina. umoe ana
4' Yard- comer Trade 'Street-and M. O. B. r. O.
. June g'5. ? y,i;.y.1rXaNTg0NT.
Well known and. reliable remedy for Dlarrhnea-
recommended'oy pnysicians. Hfliq py uu . v.
Smith, DrugSst, .v Y ,
s, Extra Lai
anal Fresh Caramels,. J"rerichr Plain and1
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
This Line being fully , equipped
; i . ... . - i ,:m -hi
- f '.: , -.'I
ed.faclllUes for die TransporUon of
Cream Candles, Pop- Com,' Ari-V3
IfttM bp tiaiftMarry of
aalesv'-6:'attWBig tljd attention oit tom who
no r.f.-f! Us' '': . y "If . ; ,
wish te Indulge ftemselves. in tbJs lle, ;,
1 - Freight Cronr; ' i .
rTllinlorton tod all Northern and Eastern Cities to C Asherffle,
GneenvlUe; Spartanburg, all Station On the Atlanta & Richmond Alr-Llne
Attte, , Tennessee 4 Ohio, and Western N. C. Railroads,
As well as points in ,
lit , ,
nil,. i .4.':; ' ." .:. ' '. ; . . .. . .i
! Georgia, Albania; attrMisissippi
..,! . . - 1 ." . . f ... ,
,Sl it! Uir
hi ti im:
InformaUon fumisbed nponapiJlcaUon to .
tOB'TtEN. 5' aoqtt mdai
. -A seven room ;dwelllngr ionso obHUBurch Btreet,
known as the Treloar House,in splendid order and
excellent wen of water, possession given at once.1
Apply ai i ' '-:- h. mokbis as buh
un24 2t .j- -, 'vffij-?
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as vU any ConpeUng Llflfi, and time as Q
l . - i c "ti T; SMITH.
Agent C. dRaliwarc'larlottr,
. ni!. fid 3t'l t-
n' (rlfFre1AgenC Wllmlnon.'N.'ci , t