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CiAS. R. JONES,
Editor and Propriety
Free from the doting scruples that fetw- our
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1870.
(a,OlSS OF THE lST VETO
WHAT NEXT J
As the objectionable feature of the
judicial expenses bill may not be gener
ally understood, it may be stated that
the President's recent veto of the bill
was based upon the following clause
of the second section :
No department or officer of the gov
ernment shall, during said fiscal year
(ending June 30, 1880), make any con
tract or incur any liability under any
of the provisions of title 20 of the Ke
vised Statutes, authorizing the appoint
ment or payment of general or special
deputy marshals for service on e ection
days, until an appropriation sufficient
to meet such contract or 'pay such lia
bility shall have first been made by
In our telegraphic columns will be
seen the programme which the Demo
cratic advisory caucus committees of
the two houses have submitted. The
features to which the President objects
are to be passed and sent to him in two
separate bills and to one of these is to
be attached the clause repealing the
Federal jurors' tdst oath. It is rather
difficult to foretell the result of this new
deadlock. Senator Vance, it has been
noted, is one of seven Senators who op
posed submitting the questions in dis
pute to the advisory committees, which
opposition means that he is in favor of
adjournment leaving the President to
bear the responsibility of the failure of
this bill. Private information reaching
us from Washington is to the effect
that had Congress adjourned yesterday
as was once intended, or were it to ad
journ to-day, without having first pass-
ed this bill in the form which he de
sires, the President would immediately
call it together again. In thpeontrarie
ty of opinions regarding the matters in
dispute it cannot be foretold what will
finally be done about the matter, ex
cept that it is tolerably certain that an
adjournment will not be had until all
of the bills are passed and signed. As,
however, in the present situation of af.
fairs, it Will take some tinie even to do
this apparently simple thing, thgre is
hardly a probability that there will be
an adjournment this week.
P. S. As germane to the pending
questions, and as throwing considerable
light upon the probable further policy
of the Democrats, the i following is
copied from the Charleston News and
Courier, of yesterday. Senator Hamp
ton, who is regarded, and justly, as one
of the most conservative, perhaps the
most conservative, of all the Demo
cratic Senators, said, Tuesday, to the
Washington correspondent of the paper
"The true policy of the majority now
is to eliminate the political riders from
the vetoed bill and send it back to the
President with the clause repealing the
jurors' test oath incorporated in it. The
President has not made any objection
to this measure in any ot lus veto mes
sages, and I take it for granted that he
will sign such a bill and the Democrats
would thereby have accomplished both
the prohibition of the army at the polls
and the repeal of the test oath, two of
the great points they have been fighting
for. The next step would be to send
back to him a separate bill providing
for the payment of the regular marshals
but containing the prohibitory clause in
regard to deputy marshals for elections.
He would veto this, and the party could
go to the country upon the issues. I do
not think," he said in conclusion, "that
the Democrats will yield the point as to
the election marshals under any circum
The correspondent adds, on his own
The conservative element are stead
fastly opposed to any proposition look
ing to an adjournment betore all the
legitimate expenses of the judiciary de
partment have been fully provided for,
Dut even tne most conservative are un
willing to include the payment of the
opnoxious marshals in such appropria
A NOTABLE ADMISSION.
'J. A. H.," whom we take to be John
A. Hyman, colored, ex-Congressman
from the second district of this State,
writes a letter from Warrenton, N. C.
to the Washington Republican, in
which letter the following passage o&
rne "exouus lever nas oareiy ap
peared in tnis state, ana l trunk that
not many will leave; The ku-klux
spirit, or at least the power of those
desperadoes to do harm, has long ago
died out in North I Carolina, and there
is no disposition heife Itofget rid of
the negroes?' On" the contrary, their
laoor is mucn .aesired, ana, as stated
. above, many of them have become
owners of the soil.
Hyman being one of the honored
and trusted leaders of his party in this
State, we take the above as notable
testimony. It is a tribute to the law
abiding people of North Carolina; it
.jackaowledges' that the Democratic
State; government faithfully adminis
ters the laws and punishes oppression
and misdeeds and gives the lie -.direct
to stories of persecution of the colored.
racein thw State f or political opinion's
aake.This letter may prove useful at
n iuture time, ana we put these utter
ances on record with a great deals of
f A Threat of Eykcip' Law. W cJ
J. iAJMBiA.-A '.brief- telegram . to . The
. Observer has? recited thaf-iria diffi.
l culty in Columbia Sunday "night John
. .English, a planter; was killed, ana.Wm
" Rose, a policeman, had been ailetC'The
"truth is that Rose' clubbed the5 !man to
1 death and thafc'the whole community
was greatly incensed against him.'.TueV
, day It wasTn6isfed on the streets that a
' hundred menfrom the'eountryi would
.. come in - that -night for the purpose
of lynching the murderer. The city
" f Qouncil was called together, and at their
twn ; military companies. Cant-JrWilie
H Jones commanding, and these guarded
. . the jail all night - The lynchers did nofr
appear doubtless because they .had
heard of the formidable preparations
which had been m ade. to receive? them;
DECLINE TO TAKE ACTWH.
Gov. - Simpson, of South Carolina, f s
lias already been noted, has lssuea
nnwlamatinn nallincr UDOI1 the WW
officers of Spartanburg county to; ferret
who recently lynched John J. Moore,
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the ravisher and muraerer. xue m
cuit court met Monday at Spartanburg
riAiirt House, and., the presiding judge
V"J' . rr.TT " " s. n
investigate the matter and present tne
lvnchers : that he knew nothing of the
same effect mat ig was mo wj .
hf Moore : that no
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matter what Ms emit may nave uccu m
was wrong for the people to take the
aw in their own hands; that a stop
must be put to such proceedings; that
it was his duty to call their attention to
the matter and charge them to ferret
out and bring to punishment the per
nfttrators of the offense; that having
charged them with the matter the
responsibility of taking action thereon
rested with them and it was a solemn
anaihim,v. The criminal business
of the court was disposed oi Monday,
and Tuesdav the grand jury made their
presentment. They declined to taice
any action whatever with reference to
the lynching, saying, among other
things in reply to so much of the
judge's charge as related to this matter:
Tn reference to the case Ot MISS
Heatm. to which vour honor called the
particular attention of the grand jury,
we should find it difficult to excuse
ourselves if we refused to state that we
h-ivB liftftn informed and believe that
the testimony submitted to the jury of
inquest which was neia over ner uouy,
established the guilt of John J. Moore
as the demon m nuraan iorm wno oui-
rno-ftnnslv murdered this young woman
whi ft she was aeienauiff ner vutue.
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Tn nuttinc the murderer to
rtp.ath. therefore, those citizens acted in
obedience to the dictates of justice, and
merely anticipated the sentence of the
aw ot the land.
It sounds a little strangely to talk of
indicting 150 or 200 or 500 people in
short a county for lynching a man,
but are not these sentiments of the
grand jury a little "steep ?" We appre
hend that they are. and that tne suDse-
quent declaration of the jury : "We do
not admit, however, that lynch'law
under any circumstances ought to be
administered, will not weigh very
much in the public mind as against the
extract first quoted.
Weston's walk last week presented
some ieatures wnicn were aDsoiuteiy
wonderful. His quickest mile was the
five hundred and thirty-sixth, which he
made in seven minutes and thirty-seven
seconds this on the afternoon of the
sixth day of his walk.
lu the Senate a few days ago, Mr.
Thurman, in the course of a colloquy,
asked Mr. Blaine his legal opinion of
some matter, and Blaine, expressing it,
was told by Thurman that if that was
really his opinion, he couldn't earn his
salt at the' practice of the law.
mm i mm
The Senate committee has reported
adversely on the nomination of D. T.
Corbin to be chief justice of the Su
preme Court of Utah.
Mr. Corbin's case.
So that settles
THE MYSTERY SOLVED,
The Hull Tragedy in New York Ar
rest and Confession of the .11 nr
derer Detected by a Ite
porter. Boston, June 23. The murderer of
Mrs. Hull, of New York, was arrested
in tins city to-nignt, and is now in cus
tody of the police authorities. His name
is Chastine Cox, a copper-colored negro,
who has been employed as a waiter for
a yeai .and a-half in the neighborhood
of the Hull residence in New York citv.
This negro made his appearance in Bos
ton a weeK ago to-day. and. as is now
kjiowu, went into a pawnoroKers snop,
where he disposed of a cameo set of
jewelry. About the same time the su
permtendent of pawnbrokers received
from. New York a description of the
property, and this set was found by the
officer in a pawnbroker's shop in this
city. The pawnbroker then furnished
the officers. with a description of the
party wno pawned, it. The search which
was then commenced revealed the fact
that the negro- Cox. after pettinsr rid of
the jewelry, went to New York and re
mained there two or three days, in the
meantime mailing some alterations in
the character and lor of his clothing.
in t ji. xtaitu, a newspaper 'repor
ter in this city, had obtained a flesorip-
tion or tnis -man. nd this evenincr.
wujiB wuiKiuK aions onawraut avenue.
i. : i - n i . , c
he observed a colored man in front of
him in company with another man, and
the appearance of the negro impressed
Mr. Balch as very much in accord with
the. description that had been given by
the' pawnbroker of the man who plede-
fhft oamon A ftav AQrcf.,i .td..,,
of the party Mr, Balch approached him
ana inquired it he could direct him to
Bunker Hill street, and to this inouirv
the negro responded that he could not,
as ne was a Btranger here from New
.York, This tending to confirm the im
pression that he was the person wanted,
Mr. Balch watched till he saw him en
ter a colored church, and then hastened
f Tl f Arm W A TrA I rX Q li f Vi rvi f i ca -ittV -
sent a detail of officers and made the
important arrest.- Cox made nofres.istr
ance, Dut went quietly to the police sta
tion, where he was searched and Mrs.
Hull's watch was found on him. and
thoroughly identified. He was not ret
icent, and said, in answer to questions,
that he had lived for a long time oppo
site Mrs. Hull's house, and at the time
of the robbery he entered through the
lower window, and wentiuo stairs to
her room. He further said that his pur
pose was robbery aloneraud he did not
intend to kiu ner:
. Private Detective Otto and PnHr-A.
manSchmittberger, of New York, have
arrived here; and visited ox at the sta
tion to-night. He was fully recognized,
and also gave; evidence that he knew
the police officer - Mr. Caryal Coleman,
Who lived in the house with Dontni nnH
Mrs. Hull, whofwas also iri Boston, vis-
iufu. tut? yuuw i.u,uon to-nignt, and re
cognized the prisoner as a man that lie
had seen frequently on the opposite side
of the street from the Hull residence.
The negro has appeared verv calm
i j " j,? i .rrvwcu imj viiu
and indifferent Since his arrpsf nnA hra
talked without much hesitation in giv
ing details of bis orime. He went home
on tne evening ox the night on which
Mrs, Hull was 'murdered at 0 o'clock.
and remained in the house, where .ha
wa empioyeo, until iu o ciock, wnen ne
went out again, r ur had a Key tor the
door of the Hult house, hut he was un
able to make it fit, and consequently he
raised the window, in the lower storv
and fastened it up so as to provide for
himself every means of making Ms es
cape from the house. He had a candle
with Mm. On ascending the Btairs he
heard some one snore ana though it waa
a manUHe bjewithe candle out. walked
into the room, stepped up to the side of
the bed, and perpetrated the murder.
DEFINITE DEMOCRATIC POM
jteoAaetlon of New Biii in. Both
ings Not Interesting-.
Washington, June 25. Senate.
The President pro tempore was unable
to be present on accountof illnessf and
nrsidini? officer. Communication wasi
feceiveTfrSni the secretary of th
surytransmitting the information
for by the senate, in relation to t
r - - - .Un Mf iTO ua tr0(1.
AOVVAilVV - J I
tion of the national board of healtr,
under the act authorizing a contract for
a refrieeratme ship, &c. Keierred to
the committee on epidemic diseases.
Best introduced a concurrent resolu
tion favoring the re-monetization and
free coinage of silver. Ordered to be
Burnside introduced a. joint resolu
tion ;re-affirming the principles of thiB
Monroe ' doctrine,1 and declaring ' that
the people of the United States wduld
regard with serioijs inquietude the es
tablishment of a canal across the Isth
mus of Darien under the protection
and domination of European powers.
Beferred to the committee on foreign
Beck's concurrent resolution provid
ing lor a joint committee to recom
mend changes, u . necessary, in tne
methods of collecting revenues and
making appropriations, was considered
and referred to the nuance committee.
Unfinished business was then taken
up, viz; a. joint resolution providing
for extra pay for clerks, pages, ahd.oth
er employes of Congress during the ses
sion. '!"" '')' '
The pending question was on Wal
lace's amendment to Ingall's amend
ment, the two together forming the
clauses of the judicial bill lately vetoed.
Vvindom spoke upon the -record --ot
the Republican party as compared with
that of the Democrats, and was replied
to by Saulsbury. A debate ensued upon
the alleged frauds and defalcations-of
Republican administrations, and at the
close of the discussion the Senate ad
The business transacted by the House
to-day was unimportant.
Upson, of Texas, ottered a resolution
calling on the Secretary of War for in
formation relative to the Mexican and
Indian . massacres in Texas since 1878,
and the number and class of troops
there stationed. Adopted.
The unfinished business of yesterday
was then taken up, yiz: The Senate bill
exempting from license and enrollment
fees vessels propelled wholly by sail
or internal power, A long debate en
sued, Ryan, of Pennsylvania, and Con
ger, of Michigan, favoring the bill and
Reagan, of Texas, opposing it as a
piece or class legislation involving a
change in the laws in regard to coast
ACKian, ot .Louisiana, moved to re
commit the bill, pending which the
House adjourned, and the joint Demo
cratic caucus was announced for this
THE ALTERJBP PROGRAMME AS TO THE
An adjourned meeting of the advi
sory committees ot the Senate and
House caucuses was held this mornine
and it was agreed to recommend to the
joint Democratic caucus of the two
houses that the provisions contained in
the vetoed measure making appropria
tion for the judicial expenses of the
government, be divided into two bills,
tne nrst to contain au the appropria
tions or toe vetoed Dili except the item
of &600.000 for the fees of United States
marshals and their deputies. This bill
will also embody the section nrovidiner
ior tne repeal ot tne jurors test oath.
iinu uie amendments oi tne law in re
gard to drawing juries. The second bill.
winch it is proDOsed to Dass immediate
ly alter the hrst, will be made up of the
aoove mentioned item, together with
clauses prohibiting the expenditure of
any portion or that amount for the nav
ment of deputy marshals of elections or
the incurring of any liability by ap
pointing such officers during the next
hscal year. It is understood that in ad
dition to inserting the substance of the
second section ot the vetoed bill in this
supplemental measure, the penalties of
fine and imprisonment will be pre
served ior violations ot its restrictive
provisions. The preparation of the
phraseology of the bills will be com
pleted by a sub-committee and submit
ted for final approval at another joint
meeting to oe neid at 8 o'clock th s af
temoon. A joint caucus will probably
ue uem soon aiterwards.
COOL, AS A CUCICTIBEII.
A Nonclialem Murderer Who Langhrd
on the Gallows and Poked Fun
at the Sheriff.
RALEIGH. N. C. June 2.-,. Rolprt,
Jones, negro, who murdered Rudolph
Eaton, white, in the village of Rocky
Mount, December 25, 1877, was publicly
uiingBu ai xarooro to-oay. Jones was
twice convicted' on strong , circumstan
tial evidence. An effort was made to
nave ixovernor jarviseommute the sen
tence to imprisonment for life, but he
declined to interfere bevond errant-
I 1 A 11 .
mg a respite to aiiow a tnorough exam
ination of the case.
At 10.50 a. m. the sheriff left thp iail
prisoner in an open wacnn
the Edgecombe Guards accompanying
With a neffTO fire com nan v in red shirts
J?ne? talked, laughed and poked fun at
the sheriff, dwelt long on his religious
experience, and said he was coins
straight to heaven. -He was the coolest
man ever seen on the gallows there. He
drank wine in remembrance of his
brethren in Christ, and shook hands all
round. The noose and can were nut on
at izii, tne orop sprung and death en
sued from strangulation in 26 minutes,
i n w .A 1 ' . - r .
e seemed to suffer greatly,
SOITH CAROLINA ITEMS.
Mr. E. B. Gerisr. of Winnsboro. ate a
nearty DreaKtast last Sunday morning,
was snortiy tnereatter seized with
hemorrhage and died. v ,
Uov. Simpson has appointed Mr. C
bcott Wilson auditor of ;Ypr L county.
The Yorkville News has made its ap
pearance unoer tne management otMr,
ITT- 1 r TXT 1 -w-i. i .- ,
. jvi. vvanicK. its salutatory and
other ongmal articles are well written
i ana in excellent taste.
"i-Chester Bulletin : We were told las
week by Mr; Jonathan NMcElwee. nf
x orK country, that he intended soon to
commence the publication of a newspa
per at his residence in thecountrvSThe
prospected journal is to be .calledTAe
Political Trio and is to be established
lOTiBa express purpose or snowing up
viio u-ciiunucuica ;ul lub puiilicai par
ties oi tue aay. a good many years
.-..- -Wi " J.J.
i ago .Dix. jsicjuwee was , ensasred in a
UfLn-. A 8.
pef then sustained the tftla Af Th lip-
sens rime from New Xork- to IAven
1 4' " pool r , , is
Guion steamer, Arizona;left hera. at
,m-J-uaay, junei7th, and; ar
ueejustown tnis morning in
7 days, 9 hours and 23 minutes which
mo instest time ever made,
i MSit?,1 J0"011 gainst the cDang
e pi met and water by having with ran rr , ni,i A
fIS'SSSSLtSh. "id using them In time to Drevent
wiomuwn wiuany resulting from such changes.
BRIEF NEWS ITEOTS,
Thfl VflW" Vnrk Enenina Post Calls
on Senator Conkling to resign his place
in ha TTnttori Ktsit Sfitiatfl: that' he
AU UUV V AAAVWA bVMww w .r - i
has disgraced the State of New York; .
tend" the United census of 1880 esti
mates that the population will De oe-
tween forty-six and forty-seven mil-
10ns. , . ' . ' ..
TrTho Tnnisiana constitutional con-
tetftibii,;Monday Jtbe Stat debt com-1
mitteee reported an ordinance autnor
Izlngthe -t,fegislature toprevidefor
undine thafloating debt wataipur per
cent bonds receivable for' State taxes
due,prior to Jjanuarj.J8J0.
It is said in Boston? br Butler 5 Demo
crats that General Butter Weill receive
and accept the gubernatorial nomina
tion Dotn rrom a rapor jKeionn ana
Democratic convention this 1 fall, the
brmer leading off. '
The , case of : James Currie, charged
with the murder of Beni. C Porter, the
actor, was called,; at Marshall, Texas,
Monday. The prosecution announced
its readiness for trial. Most of, their
witnesses were present, including Mau
rice Berrymore.of New York,, The de
fense offered affidavits from hve wit
nesses by whom they expected to prove
self-defense, and moved for a continu
ance. The prosecution submitted a lull
answer, with affidavits, showiug that
Barrymore, Porter, Miss Cummins and
the restaurant , keeper were the only
persons present at the shooting. The
motion of the defense was sustained,
However, and the continuance granted.
BRIEF FOREIGN ITEMS.
The Manchester Guardian's; London
correspondent says it is now known
that the government has decided to op
?ose the second reading of the, - Irish
Tniversity bill. 1
rrhe Hans 'renins savs tne insurrec
tion in Algeria. isended and four thou
sand insurgents, are in the hands of the
A Simla dispatch ta Reuters says a
strong Afghan force has left Cabul to
pacify the tribes in the Badakshan dis
trict of Toorkistan. .
George Pulmbly, a dealer on the Lon
don stock exchange, has failed. Lia
bilities estimated at 20,000.
A Berlin dispatch to the Pall Mall
Gazette MAt their monthly. meet
ing, the directors of the Imperial Bank
of Germany passed a resolution declar
ing that an increase of silver coinage
in uermany is imperatively necessary."
fjelebration by ex-Confederates at
Montgomery. Ala- June 25. The
Confederate survivors' association will
have a grand celebration on the 4th of
July. Rev. Father Ryan will deliver
the opening address. Jen Davis is ex
pected to be present. Many Northern
soldiers have been invited, Gen. Han
cock being among the number. Extra
trains will be run into the city on all
Thousands Use It, Why Hesitate,
It is adapted especially to those cases where the
womb Is disordered, arid wlU cure any Irregularity
of the "menses." Dr. J. Bradneld's Jremale Regu
lator acts like a charm In "whites," or, in a sudden
check of the "monthly courses," from cold, trouble
of mind, or like causes, by restoring the discharge
in every instance. So also in chronic cases ics ac
tion is prompt and decisive, and savesthe constitu
tion rrom countless evils and premature decay.
Ask your druggist for a circular.
The Sarloar erthe Little Ones.
There would not be so many little craves In
cemeteries and churchyards, if parents used the
means within their reach to save the sickly off
spring, whose span of feeble life is In their keep
ing. The busy baby brain requires constant food,
the sensitive nenres want steady toning, the rapid
ly changing tissues, Incessant nourishment, often
the mother is herself nervously debilitated, and
bodily worn out; mother and children may gain a
new lease of life and health, by the persistent use
ot Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil with the
Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda. It Is softer,
and as nice as milk, and both will learn to love It
Just as well. Don't fail to try it for any form of
debility, and for all- forms of infantile wasting,
such as Marasmus, Rickets or any scrofulous ten
dency, its restorative powers are wonderful.
Grand Excursion 4th July.
CAROLINA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
J Genkkil Passenger Department,
Wilmington, June 25th 1879.
Round Trip Tickets can be purchased between
any points on the line for ONE AND A HALF
CENTS PER MILE each way, good to return un
til 6th Instant
Round Trip from Charlotte to Wilmington and re
turn, only $5.
Round Trip from Charlotte to Raleigh and return,
Tickets for Raleigh good to eo nteht of 8d and
F. W. CLARK,
Gen'l Pass. Agt
In accordance with the expressed wishes of my
numerous customers, I have again In stock a sup
ply of those extra CHOICE CRACKERS, which
proved such a rare treat to the citizens of Char
lotte when first introduced. Housekeepers will
please take notice and send In their orders. Noth
Ing more delicious for the tea table, -unless It
should be my
Cr jstal Ice Cream,
Which Is prepared from a recipe obtained from
ono of the finest eonfectlonersi m the rjnlted
States, and as far surpasses the ordinary Ice Cream
or frozen custard as those delicious Crackers sur
pass the common ones. .. ;
- , 8. J. PERRY, Dealer In Luxuries,
: '-," . .,) j pliariote,..a .
v CHARLOTTE TO J HENDERSON VTLLE T
AndiRetum. lJ? tlsi' -.-f!
Will leave Air-Line Depot oh regular passenger
train at 10.40 a; m., and arrive at Hendersonvllle
at 6 p. m. on the same day.
Fare From Charlotte and return, $2.50
' (iMQfnnla . nfl
Returning will leave Hendersonvllle at 6 a. m.
on Wednesday, the 2d, and arrive at Charlotte 3
p.m. it!'..; :;' .; ..I ,M
Excursionists wishing to remain longer can re
turn before July 15th on half fare.
Board can be had at $1.00 per day. Fare to
Asheville by stage, $1.00 . - 1 . ...
-. ; ; R. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. ,
,June 26-4t ,
' u'j,. i f-r ,'-, x . .
li,. ?' I Asn.ewB.tel3u?t opened at : , . ,,
: KiNG'S..MOUNTAIK, N, C:, -r,;'
On the Atlanta and harlone.Al Line.. Building
ana Furniture entirely new. , Open , to Summer
boarders , and the general travel. , Location ex-:
tremely healthy; pure mountain air and splendid
water.' : Three new Churches in the village. A fine
view of the Mountains east and west, and near the.
celebrated All-healing Spring, famous -for its good
effects upon diseases of the skin, Dyspepsia, 4a
- My table will be supplied with the best the mar
ket affords, and every attention will be bestowed to
make my guests comfortable, uv
J.i,;Terro9-7Per Day.-i rrf, , $ 2.00. a
i,iv"i-i.x ".asssxni -iik..,: i -,...3o.oaiav
? 5)V " v'r - STO WE; Proprietor.
Southern Home please copy 2 times, ,V")
fpyVtfor Match IFleiible Sewed Shdesi
r Inadiesand Misses Lasting and Leather Buttoq
VJ' f t t t v,
tectlon Vaiiwjt cost or necessity of Tips, increases ear of sole, 80 per cent, have the flexibility of
..M..iu1 Qluui lira full Una n Aunts' hmiri aiul Uaohtnii fianxu) j n.... .
"UUU1W" , -
We keep only
In Ladies' and Gente' Fine Shoes the best makes.
June 8, 1879.
We have just received a nice line of
LADIES' BUTTON, LACE AND CONGRESS
BOOTS, SLIPPERS, NEWPORTS, CHIL
DREN'S PEARL SHOES.
Also a beautiful lot of
Gaiters, Oxford and Strap
PLAIN AND BOX TOE,
Which we are now prepared to offer at extremely
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 yeung
men to show goods without trouble.
W. a FORBES, Agent,
Smith 4 Forbes' Old Stand, Trade St
PEGRAM & QO.,
1st NaUonal 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 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes
They also keep Miles', Burt's, Holbrook & Lud
low's, and other best brands. Gents will find there
the Miller, McCullough & Ober, Canfield, and
Miles' hand-made Boots and Shoes. Also
THE CELEBRATED AND POPULAR
peg n am Shoes;
hi e-i ; .i 7 ,n .. ;r -::f: :
J Call isure before buying. '' Orders have personal
attention.. ' . ;
April 9, 1879. PEGRAM CO. ;
JUST RECEIVED, ; '
i ". ii
' June 12-
TERY;CHOlCE'!''l. ' i-ia;; -VERY CHOICE
CANjASSEp:J'. - v! CANVASSED HAMs"
FRESH GROUND BOLTED MEAL, : ' ; ii
PRIME RIO COFFEE, SUGAR; MOLASSES, RICE,
h,. . - :a-GBITS,TOBACCOrNDFF t .... i
CIGARS,, m'i i. ',1 i-'A-'n-. is! .-.-'CIGARS,
,1,'S Jrtf lU'JJ' iH -'."'I..: .1.1 h' VaI-Ml i.-r,
,tsi.i CANDY, &0 &C df.C t iij
: '"i .! "M-v ; v. .L ' f -w-.i X -',';
- ISP" Every article we tell . that falls to prove at
represented will be taken back and money, cohaen
fully refunded.: Giro us a trial. - Truly; ,.1
JUnJ3 .win I .i7.;: -JlriHH'flT tiiUl I
nd ia.ee Bpctsjuid Newport T& t Ther win
- . - "" ouu Duiwu aoois,
TEACHERS i STUDENTS -0
$100 or $200 per month during vacation. For
full particulars address J. C. McCURDY & CO
Philadelphia, Pa. M
TIT? A "R QTT? Please wrlte for large,
lJIlilVrij OlXi. Illustrated Catalogue of
. ""'rifles, shot GUNS, REVOLVERS. )
Address Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburg, Pa.
The only combination of the
true Jamaica Ginger with
choice Arematies and French
orduoj ior - unoiera, vnoiera
Morbus," Cramps and Pains,
Diarrhoea, Dysenterry, Dys
pepsia, Flatulency, want of
tone and activity In the stom
ach and bowels, and avoiding
the dangers of change of wa
ter, food and climate.
an ford's Jamaica Ginger.
LIFE Bft CK.
Is for lameness oi weakness of the back rheuma
tism and all local pains and aches, the best reme
dy known. It was invented to overcome the slow
action of the ordinary Porous Plasters. It relieves
pain at once and cures where other plasters will
not even relieve. Sold everywhere by Druggists,
price 25 cents.
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed In my
hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
Charlotte, N. C.
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 on time till November 1st, without interest
Every wagon warranted for 12 months. Come
and see them.
R. M. MILLER & SONS.
Democrat and Home please copy.
Dr. f 7 C Smith,
Opposite Central Hotel, Charlotte, N. C.
Prices as low as any other Drug House In the State.
And Fifty Cents will buy a bran new Iron Tank
Can. with pump, for holding Kerosene, at Dr. T.
C. Smith's Drug Store.
Sticky Fly Paper
Catches the Flies and holds them does not scat
ter them like ordinary Fly Paper or poison may
be had at Dr. T. C. Smith's Drug Store.
Five Cent Cigars.
"Town Talk," "My Pet," illle's Own," and
"Smoking Car." tnese brands of excellent Cigars
found at Dr. T. C. Smith's Drug Store.
Fresh from the Mills, at Dr. T. C Smith's Drug
If Your Horse
Has lost his appetite, give him ' Barker's Horse
Powders kept by Dr. T. 0. Smith, Druggist
All qualities and sizes, and prices from 5 cents to
50 cents, at Dr. T. C. Smith's Drug Store.
Simmons' Liver Keguiator
And Pills large supply on hand - at Dr. T. C.
Smith's Drug Store, '
-,; , .L. r;." , - '.?y?atr..kiy;'.r.
At 60 cents a pound Quality guaranteed. Sold by
Dr. x, v, smitn, Druggist; comer opposite central
110 deg. Kerosene Oil at 131& cents per gallon by
For enriching and giving tone to the bloods Sold
by Dr. T. C. Smith, Druggist, Charlotte, N. C.
j Hai r Dy e at 25c.?
And a large assortment of the most popular- hair
preparations, at Dr. T,C Smith's, Drug Store, op
posite Central Hotel. Jl - l
For lladles'fapd'ciiiWoes.i'Ps. i&
Bnutars wrug tsrorevvc; j!,-. t, i w.-.ltHn
...HWJ.fTYl wrtl.alf mJT
For making Xemciiaae for picnic parties! Aeii'
25 cents per box; at Dr. T. C. smith's Drug Store,
Just received: also Cuticura Resolvent, and Wheel?
ex's Elixhvat Dr. T. U fimitb'a DrugBtoref
jj ji no mi
not "rin k... '
Z au fQesuncuble toe Uiat cIvm ,
hand-made h. - .
' ana 6081 h0 more than
. ... " "imnar
mnce Albert and Strap Ties, in
1 P'am or Box Toes.
w'vwj'Mw-ssBliOIHiES A Rank rv
Trade Street, next door to Mrs. Query's! "
gPARKLING CATAWBa SPRINGS,
WESTERN, N. C.
onWum. SSiS-KK: "SSJS06?. rates for
Snrtnra alhiatoH n miioa .i. . .
finest road In State v. tlrilu?ai over the
address the proprietor, ucr mioation,
may25 3taw su tu thu a ELLI0TT' D-
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT,
HOT and cold water, unsurpassed mountain cli
t. mate, unequaled scenery, and magnlflcent ho
tei accommodations for eight hundred gueste Hot
baths, in conjunction with cllmaUc Influences al
most specific : for rheumatism, neuralgic, nmou,
and constitutional diseases, disiases of the skin
kidneys and bladder, and malarial disorders Send
for descriptive circular.
Junel lm' Wm" tt H0WEBT0N- Proprietor.
LOCATED ten miles west of TaylorsvlUe. on the
.Lenoir Toad, in Alexander county climate as
healthy as any where In North Carolina, Rooms
furnished with or without board at low terms
Provisions cheap. For further particulars address"
t,i t. a , H. J. ALSPAUGH. '
Little River P. 0 Alexander co., N. C
may 28 lm
( leavelaud Mineral Spring$
WILL OPEN JUNE 1, 1879.
These Springs are 2 miles from Shelby. N; C
and one mile fjm C. C Railway. Hacks will be'
at Spring's station on arrival of every train.
Band of music and other means of amusesaw.
for the comfort and enjoyment of guests.
will be furnished with the best that the mar et af
fords. Rates to suit the times.
S. Mc. POSTON, Proprietor,
Shelby, N. C.
L. S. Williams, Superintendent.
May 14 driw
Invalids or pleasure seekers, who desire to
spend a few weeks of the hot weather in a most
desirable locality, are Informed that the
Is now open to the public. Situated on the Spar
tanburg and Ashevilie Railroad, forty miles from
Spartanburg, only a few miles from Flat Rock and
Hendersonvllle, In a delightful climate, and sur
rounded by splendid mountain scenery, few places
can offer more attractions.
The table is supplied with the best the market
aflords. Terms low.
A. TANNER, Proprietor.
June 31 m.
Ladies buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
find the best assortment at the lowest prices at
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
which they can save money. Our stuck of Fancy
Is now complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow 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, COR
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
" Ask to see" our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief and $2 Sun'UtabreHas. You will find
them cheap, and everything else tn proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
ELIAS & COHEN.
'MDMSm Dd,'pIlrli jbf . Gen, Bicn-
,. , - out ; 1 T" JJTi""
"Ghost of Bedfro6K,,;Ty tn$ author of "Odd
Trump," etc. -'' J " Ai'r
SUpman'sMaalfoid Order Booka, with, extra man-
i.ifold wrltfnf . papet and eafbra sheets- -The
,4'j )W ,'U ini i-t ? H Hath .-!,"Cf ! ' '
j.-. very thing for Dmmmerai 'w.--.s t- '
.m-f-J(i "ui ft-rff-jt.- et-.- .-h 'M '.I '
Congress Tie lnelope w lot Jnst received.
v :Vi iii,fi 1 ,jj it.5. "4vSi-ii"; ' brt-
"Resumption and the Silver -JnesOon,v-ir Henry
Tt'Pooer'' v '
"Familiar Quokila bylBarMJtfO'I
-iu J v .f?rti'j i, ti-il,. .iv'jw '.)T"1A la "T-"'.
Any Orders' deceived for Book bferl&dlfals;' not
on out 8helves wfnTeceivelbronpt attention. ;
f ,trDDY BRO.
TOP AT THEinUiUr.Ur.-t'--7. AH ' ,
... a j x V it a uuuBitu.t i
0. 8. Bbows, Proprietor,'
,C..arownv Ji..i Chief Clerk; IWuik ShalbHtii'As
-'ms a" ruei t9,iupn crSlHtanfcij 2o :tia trM'tHtn