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C UAH H-. JONfis, Editor lropriM
IXraBiD at THi Posr-Omci AT CBlKUtl,
N C.,U 8OOITD-CLA3a MATTXB.1
TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1882.
Miss Anna Dickinson is playing Ham
Guiteau wept during the reading of
his speech to the jury.
The skating rink seems to have be
came epidemic in this State.
London streets are now lighted by
electricity at one-fourth the expense of
The Washington Post estimates that
the trial of Guiteau will cost something
The charges against ex-Senator Sher
man, made by a Treasury clerk, have
not been sustained before the commit
tee, and will be dropped.
Close observers of the'Guiteau trial
have noted that Juror Bright always
seems keenly alive to every point made
by the defence, and fear that it forbodes
a "hung" jury.
There are stored in Pennsylvania
about 30,000,000 barrels of crude petro
leumenough to last the world five
years and still the over-production
is being constantly increased and new
storage tanks built.
There is a bill before the Legislature
of Massachusetts which proposes a
change in the jury system, providing
that a verdict may be found by less
than the full number of twelve.
The Anderson (S. C) Intelligencer
denies the existence of small-pox in
that town, and says "the greatest dan
ger anyone risks in coming to that place
now is being lost in the mud."
The South Carolina State Board of
Health has issued a circular urging the
importance of general and immediate
vaccination, in view of the approach
of small-pox and its existence in some
portions of the State.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says: "If
Mr. Oscar Wilde will leave his lilies and
daffodils and come West, to Cincinnati,
we will undertake to show him how to
deprive thirty hogs of their intestines
in one minute."
While Gov. Long and Senator Hoar,
of Massachusetts are exercising them
selves over the subiect of female suf
frage, perhaps they might give some
little attention to the large number of
disfranchised men in that State.
Speaking of the probable division of
the Democrats in Arkansas, the Little
liock Gazette says: "The Democrats
will not make asses of themselves for
the benefit' of the Republicans, who de
sire to resume business at the old stand."
v The Mississippi press, alarmed at the
recent heavy sales of land to specula
tors in that State, is urging that the
State lands should be withdrawn from
the market until they are explored,
classified and appraised, and then they
should be sold in such a way as to swell
the school revenues of the State.
A Powhatan, Va., negro sent his boy
for five cents worth of molasses. On
the way home the boy drank about half
the molasses and filled the jug with wa
ter which so enraged the father that he
picked up a club, struck the boy on the
head and killed him. He was arrested
for the murder.
Paris is a pretty lively place, and yet,
according to recent statistics, just six
in every hundred of the inhabitants of
the gay capital are in want of the com
mon necessities of life. People that
see only the surface gayety jf the great
metropolis do not know of the misery
that is hidden beneath.
Senator Davis, of West Virginia, de
clares that the pension roll, under the
recent arrears act, will require a sum
of money larger than the national debt.
Senator Logan replies that it will only
require $200,000,000 or $300,000,000 more.
"Only" is cool in speaking of a sum of
California flour is now competing
with the Illinois and Missouri mills in
the Memphis market. This is an im
portant fact as indicating the value of
the Southern Pacific and Texas and Pa
cific line across the continent to Texas
and the other Gulf States. It may be
that the whole Southwest is hereafter
to carry on a large trade with .California.
Three hundred Jews, victims of the
race proscription in Russia, arrived in
New York in one steamer on Thursday,
and 1,400 more are awaiting transporta
tion at Hamburg to seek an asylum in
America. As the great proportion 6f
these refugees are without trade or
profession, the Hebrew Emigrant Aid
Association is experiencing considera
ble difficulty in disposing of them, and
the quarters provided for their tempo
rary accommodation are already overcrowded.
A CORRECT VIEW OF IT.
The Philadelphia American. Republi
can tendencies, but free spoken, in dis
cussing the Readju8ter-Bepublican co
alition in Virginia, has this to say of
the independent move in the South
Akin to this business, the other move-
mellts in the Southern States to break
the front of the "Bourbons" in other
words, to make a revolution in political
control and leadershipappear, at this
distance, to be mostly proceeding on
issues that are selected because they
promise to tickle the ears of the unin
telligent. Thus, in one State, the people
are to be persuaded that a poll-tax is an
oDoresfiion. and in another that there
should be no restraint upon cattle run
ning at large. (Of the precise merits of
this question in South Carolina we
do not, however, undertake to judge, at
present) In Tennessee, the attempt has
been made, as in Virginia, to produce
the belief that the debt is too great a
burden to be carried ; but, fortunately,
the effort there has won but little suc
cess, so far, and the presumption is that
a fairly honest settlement will be effect
ed on the one hundred per cent, princi
eal and three per cent, interest basis.
It is a great pity, certainly, that politi
cal issues in the South should be made
to turn upon propositions that are in
sincere and dishonest in some States,
and actually dishonorable in others;
while it is a greater pity that the dema
gogues who are dexterous enough to
shape issues in such a way should win
success by their chicanery.
The American shows a correct con
ception of the move in the South to
wrest the States from the "Bourbon
Democracy." Wherever it has shown
an outcropping it may be traced to Re
publican manoeuvring, with a few dis
affected, who call themselves Demo
crats, but who could call themselves
anything else with equal, or perhaps
with more propriety. The very fact
that the leaders in the movement are
aspirants for positions which they could
not hold in the" Democratic party gives
color to the suspicion that they are ac
tuated more by a spirit of self-promotion
than for the public good, and that
their efforts to pull down the Bourbon
Democracy spring from the hope that
they may rise to place upon its ruins.
Whatever ground the condition of
the Virginia State debt may haye-given
Mahone to stand upon in his move in
that State, there is no other Southern
State in which any justification is offer
ed for a Republican coalition. There is
not one of them which has not pros
pered under Democratic rule, and
which is not to-day prosperous under
that rule. These so-called independents
deal in generalities, are loud in speech
and yet when asked to point out where
in the Democratic party has failed to
do its duty, and failed to administer the
government in the interest of the peo
ple they are as dumb as oysters. If they
say anything their speech begins and
ends with "Bourbon," and that's about
all there is to it
As a pretense that they have some
thing to go upon they concoct new is
sues. In this State anti-prohibition-and-anti-present-system-of-coiinty-gov-ernment-and-appointment-of-magistra-
tes; in South Carolina, anti-ience-iaw ;
in Tennessee and Arkansas, the debt;
while in other Southern States they
trump up something to make an issue
out of and humbug people with, and
they are not particular what, anything
which will give a pretext for the new
It will be observed that without the
Republican backing this new move
would be exceedingly weak in point of
following, and it will be observed too,
that Republicans gain by it in propor
tion to the strength they give it, in fact
they reap all the real substantial benefit
that comes from it All the indica
tions so far prove it to be a Republican
move under an assumed name, for the
purpose of deceiving those who may be
credulously inclined and can be im
posed upon by plausible pretense. This
new-move party is a party of pretense
and nothing more.
castes to-day, each jealous of itd dis
tinctions and of its it rogated preroga
tives, running all the way npf-from.the
employes In the departments through
the various grades to the White House,
and at. times terrible is the strife for
precedence in the higher circles, and
quite amusing too, to those who stand
off and look on.
The fact is that while Washingtonis
the capital of.;, the Republic tt isthe
least Republlcaricity on the continent,
which arises from the f act that "people
who go there haye an idea they most
put on a large amount of style to be as
good as other people, which is a very
Cutting down of salaries all around
would not only save some money, but
have a good effect generally.
The New York Banker & Broker re
ports two hundred and ten failures
throughout the United States last week,
ah increase of seven over the corres
ponding week,, and of forty over the
corresponding week of last year. There
has also been an increase in the import
ance of the failures, particularly in the
West and South. Falling off in trade,
and poor collections were the principal
causes. The Middle States had 43, an
increase of six; New England States,
28, an increase of 1 ; Southern States,
67, an increase of 2; Western States,
62, a decrease of 4; Calif ornia and the
Territories, 10, an increase of 2. In
Canada there were 8, an increase of 4.
The grocers and general traders had
nearly one-half of all the failures.
Judge Hunt has been physically in
capacitated from sitting on the bench
over half the time since he became
judge, but refuses to resign because to
do so would be to lose the pension giv
en to judges who have sat upon the
bench ten years, and then retire. The
bill permitting him to retire introduced
in the Senate is to secure him the an
nual allowance which he seems to be
hanging on for.
Oscar Wilde, the aesthete, seriously
disappointed a host of aesthetic deni
zens of Baltimore who had spread a
banquet for him, by telegraphing them
on the evening of the proposed banquet
that he was aesthetically indisposed and
couldn't come. They would like now
to get Oscar there and throw him out
of the window.
In the Southern States Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Tennessee and Kentucky the average
capitalization of the railroads is $34,
500 per mile ; in New York, New Jer
sey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Mary
land and West Virginia the average is
TheKentucky Senate last week passed
a bill permitting persons charged with
criminal offenses to testify in their own
behalf. The bill is f avoredby some of
the leading papers in the State.
ENGLAND AND 11031 K.
EULOGIES OVER" DEAD SENATOR
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After aSlkoriSeml Use Senate as a
House Adjoanu '
Washington,- Jan. 23,. Senate.
Anthony submitted resolutions of re
spect for the memory ,of the late Sena
tor Burnside, also a resolution that as a
mark of additional respect the Senate
adjourn. . ' '
;TCninirifr were nronouncea oj uxu-
thonv. HaniDtor. - Aldricb,- Ransonv
Maxey, EdmunoX Hawley. ,Hamaon,
Jones, of Florida, and Hale, after which
the resolutlJtfiwasunauiniotisly adop
ted and the Senate adjourned.
HotrsE. Thursday evening was set
apart for general' debate only.
The Speaker as regular order, pro
ceeded to call roll of States and a num
ber of bills were introduced and re-
Eulogies were delivered by Chase, of
Rhode Island, Spooner, of Rhode Island,
Browne, of Indiana, Bice, of . Massa
r.hn.qfltfc. Henderson, of Illinois, and
then at 4 il5 out of respect to the. mem
ory of the deceased, the House adjourn
ed. Under tbe call of tho States to-day
there were 355 bills introduced and re-
Bills were introduced by Clements of
Georgia; To apply the proceeds of the
sale of public lands to the education of
the people. .
By Willis of Ky.: Eegulating and
limiting Chinese immigration.
Gibson of La. : To amend the national
bank act and to establish a national
This is identical with the
hiliintroduead bv Gibson on the ISth,
ulto and entitled Ma bill to reduce tax
ation and establish a uniform cur
Kina of La.: To stop the Ashton,
Diamond Island and Marengo
crevasses in the Mississippi river.
Richardson of N. Y.: Providing for
the deficiency in the appropriation for
defravine expenses of the Yorktown
Warner of Term.: To reduce the
salaries of heads of the departments.
It fixes the salaries as follows: Presi
dent $30,000; Members of Congress
$400; Heads of tbe departments
ooo : Chief Justice of the United States
Supreme Court $9,000 and Associate
Cox of N. Y.: Calling on the Presi
dent for all correspondence with the
British government on file in the State
Department in reference to the case of
D. H. O'Connor, a citizen of the United
States, and imprisoned in Ireland.
The call of the States being conclud-
ed, Orth, of Indiana, from the Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs, reported back a
resolution that the President be re
quested to obtain from the British gov.
eminent a list of all American citizens
naturalized or native born under arrest
or imprisonment by authority of said
government with a statement of the
causes of such arrest or imprisonmen
and especially of such citizens as may
have been thus arrested and imprisoned
under the suspension of habeas corpus
in Ireland, and if not incompatible
with public interest that he communi
cate such information as he receives,
together with all correspondence now
on file in the Department of State re
lating to any existing arrest or impris
onment of citizens as aforesaid.
Before action could be taken upon
the resolution 3 o'clock arrived and the
House suspended public business and
proceeded as the special order to the
delivery of eulogies upon the late Sen
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The Washington correspondent of the
Charleston News and Courier: "lam
told to-night by a collectorship candi
date that the nomination for that posi
tion will not be sent in for three weeks,
for the reason that many like nomina
tions will be made -rtjther under Mr.
Folger's successor. Justice Hunt being
retired, Folger, he says, will be placed
on the Supreme Bench and Conkling
will take his place. This has been ru
mored bef ore.and certainly looks plausi
ble. MV informant was very positive.
Conkling's hand, he declared, will deal
out the appointments, which are al
ready fixed upon."
While the effort,' says the Charleston
News & Courier, 'is making to secure
the payment to Georgia of advances
made to the General Government in
1777, South Carolina may as well put in
a claim for the sum of $78,986 with in
terest from 1831, due as interest on ad
vances made by the State to the gov
ernment in 1812. Virginia and Mary
land have similar claims. Massachu
setts has been paid injfull.' Couldn't
North Carolina hunt around and rake
out a little bill, contracted in that Corn
wall is business?
CUTTING DOWN SALARIES.
Mr. Warner, of Tennessee, introduced
a bill into the House of Representatives
yesterday reducing the salaries of the
President, judges of the Supreme Court,
heads of departments and members of
Congress. Mr Warner is level, and we
think in this move he has struck a pop
ular chord. Twenty-five thousand
dollars a year was considered enough
for the President of the United States
until Grant's salary was raised to $50,
000 without a particle of justification;
and for which there was about as much
excuse as there was for the back salary
grab which laid so many distinguished
grabbers on the shelf.
The reason alleged for these high' sal
aries at Washington is that small sala
ries will not command a high order of
talent But it is at least questionable
whether lower salaries than the present
would not command talent equally as
great as that which now manages the
governmental departments and makes
our laws for us. It is certain that for
every position in the gift of the-govern-from
the smallest to the highest, there
are scores of applicants and there would
probably be just as many, and these
just as competent if the salaries were
reduced fifty per cent, for the higher
and proportionately for the lower.
Living may cost considerable in
Washington, and men may if they wish
to live in magnificent apartments, en
tertain lavishly, and put on style, get
away with a very large salary and
more besides, but that's t their
own look out There is no
good reason why they should put on
any more style in Washington than at
their own homes, and according to om
notions of Republican simplicity, less
style and less imitation of customs im
ported from across the water would be
much more becoming in the representa
tive men of a Republican people. If
cutting down salaries will have a ten
dency to cut down some of this snob
bery, carriages with flaming coats of
arms, liveried, buttoned drivers and
footmen, then the sooner they are cut
down the better, for it is rooting out
the true spirit of Republicanism, and is
building up a class of apers of customs
borrowed from monarchical govern
ments, who bow before the men in
power with the time-serving trucu
lency of the courtier, whose greatest
ambition is o bask in the smiles of
and do the pleasure of him who wields
power and dispenses patronage.
Washington is filled with classes and
IHr. Gladstone' Negotiations with tbe
A correspondent writing from Rome
to the New York Sun says: In spite of
all denials by the official organs of
tbe English government I can assure
you that Mr. Gladstone has realy turn
ed toward the Vatican, asking for help
in the Irish question. He would al
most make any concession to persuade
the Pope to send secret agents to Ire
land to pacify the country and to di
rect the influence of the clergy to that
The mission of Mr. Errington has not
been successful thus far. The Pope is
not willing to supply a spiritual con
stabulary for the furthering of Mr.
Gladstone's purposes, Ieo XIII is only
too anxious to have an English ambas
sador accredited to the Holy See, and
anxious more anxious than any Eng
lish bishop is' supposed to be for the
establishment of a Roman Nuncio at
London. But be sure that he is not so
dimple and so easily .managed as to pur
chase those privileges at the expense of
I see that tbe American newspapers
announced the nomination of Cardinal
Howard as prefect of some congrega
tion. The telegraph made a great mis
take. Cardinal Howard was elected as
Cardinal Barromeo's successor only in
the dignity of arch presbyter of St
Peter's. Howard has not yet been in
structed with any high office in the
government of the Church. The duties
of the place which has been given him
require neither great learning nor ex
ecutive ability of a high order. He is a
fine-looking gentleman, retaining some
thing of the military bearing, and will
E resent a creditable appearance at the
ead of the Chapter of St Peter's.
Middle States northwest to north
east winds, rising followed by falling
barometer, slight changes in tempera
ture, and fair followed by cloudy weath
er. SouthAtlantic partly cloudy weath
er, light rains in the southern
portion, slight rise followed by falling
barometer, no decided change in tem
perature, northerly shifting to easterly
Gulf, Tennessee and the Ohio Valley
easterly to southerly winds, fair
weather followed during Tuesday by
increasing cloudness, local rains, failing
barometer and stationary, or slowly ris
The Cumberland Falling;.
Cincinnati, Jan. 22. A Times-Star
Nashville special says the Cumberland
river has fallen fifteen inches within
the last 12 hours. Estimates are being
made of the losses. The whole damage
to the lumber interest will be over
$ 150,000. Prewett Spurr & Co's. losses
in lumber amounts to $75,000; damage
to the city sewers will amount to $5,
000. At a rough estimate tbe losses to
individuals will aggregate $500,600.
Tbe fund for the relief of the sufferers
from tbe flood reaches over $8,000.
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"Conpo Killer No. 8 Paoeed. .
RicnMOND. Va, Jan. 23. The House
has oassed tbe Senate bill known as
"Coupon Killer No. 2," The bill re
quires the tax collector to receive in
oavment of taxes and other dues only
f , ,, TT.J4.J Ol.J. . i
goto. Sliver, u initJUOwteB treasury uuu
and national bank currency. It is pro
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la connection with the publication of Ths Ob-
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Tbe Arrears ol Penlma Act
Vgm Jork Herald.
Senator Beck, of Kentucky, deserves
credit for his manly effort to bring to
tbe attention of the country and of pon
gress tbe iniquities of the arrears of
pensions act. In his recent speech in
the Senate he presented the whole case
not alone the crime of the bill as
originally passed and the inaccuracy of
the statements by which the attention
of Congress was gained, but the iniqui
ties which it has perpetuated. Another
Senator took up the issue as against
Mr. Beck, and Drooosed to have the
opinion of the Senate as to the justice
and wisdom of the whole arrears busi
ness. The supporters of the bill will
raise the clamor that they are def end
ing soldiers' rights." They will insist
that it is a measure of justice to the
soldiers who saved tfre JJnion, and that
any attempt to defeat it sroul4 be a vio
lation'of our duty to the defenders of
the national honor.
The truth is that the pension arrears
act was never passed in the interest of
the true soldiers, was never asked for
by them, but is simply a gigantic swin
dle which has led to a vast expenditure
of the public money in the interest of a
ring of claim agents. If we owe the
soldiers of the Union any sum, no mat
ter how great, there is no patriotic man'
who will not devote the resources of
the country to its payment But this
whole business Is in the interest of
claim agents, and as e$ch should meet
wit uuivciBiu cunuemnsiion,
Tbe Closing-' Arg-nnient
Washington, Jan. 23. The court
house was packed to-day and hundreds
were unable to gain admission. J udge
Pprter commenced tber .closing argu
ment. He is stilt uBweH and will there
fore aslc for mi early adjournment. He
depicted the character of t$e prisoner.
and sketcttea toe circumstances leading
to the crime and- painted with fervid
language' the dmaifig wickedness of
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to ordsry do not FaH io
send, t ourflislogtie
- rvdariiofttofflt" "
Oneof toemMtpoiMraedlclriMinpw before
the American puWto, Is Bo Bitters.-, :Yoa see H
everywhere. tfeopie laxe u wun gooa enea. u
builds them up. it is not is pleasant to the taste
aseome other Bitters, as tt is not a whiskey drink.
I Us more like the old-fashioned bonetet tea, that
has done a world of food. If you don't fee just
right, try Hop Bttterg-Nunda News.
Ti O Farmer can buy a FORMULA.'
For P1 (520 lbs)of POWELL'S
tjlis.wheniwedgthoine, pates OneTon
pf SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE, equaf'j4
plant-lifs and as certain of successful erop
production at many high priced Phosphates.
IVTs EXTR A J No trouble to mi.
IN Vy EXPENSE. I Full directions.
Powxus Chbkicals have been thoroughly
tried, giv universal satisfaction, and we sffer
leading tanners in every State as reference.
Send for Pamphlet. Beware of imitations.
Brown Chemical Co
.-, Muf.cturer.of Baltimore, Mb.
Powell's Tip Top Bone Fertil
izer. Price only $ 35 a Ton, net cash.
one MeiL Dissolved Bone.
Will b suited nn 1. tit kanMmti. a4 tea
nWriaf tt. It eonUlai fin eolorW ptmtea, SOO (amrtaas.
mtxmt A MtH, m full inmtfUm, Prtcw mmi tocttosTbr
pUnttop itnS TMirtiw of y .Mtobl 5 Fleww ff-iii. FluU.
wlll U Im. W tin nliabl for pteMfaf m IMU than I
reliant. W nkaapekataf nd
-da.V1 " '. ,
From Saratoga Springs. N. Y. A new water re-
eniDitng tne imported vichy. Recommended
as an antacid, cures rtyspppsU. aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Morn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended veiy highly as a cathartic and al
terative and in all forms of dyspepsia.
CASKS CONGRESS WATKR,
0 CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Huoyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHABTIC:
Dos: A wine glass full before breakfast.
T7i iancrf-"Hnnysdl Janos. -Baron Llebig af
firms that its richness in aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Proj. VirchovB, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Pr&Bamberger, Vienna, "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
K$f; ,fcanwi, Wurazburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brwiton, M. D., F.B. 8., London.
'More pleasant than its rivals, and surpasses
them in efficacy."
,fr,AS!cen' MiJ)J F- 8 - Royal Military Hos
pital, Netley. "Preferred to Pullna and Fried-rlchshalL"
LYD1A E. PINKHAM'8
It a Positive Cnro,
for all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
secomjnea tobisr best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
Uon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal We&lcngss, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change ot LUe,N " -
M -will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus Jn
an early stage of development. The tendency to can"
cerous humors there Is checked very speedily by Its use.
ft removes falntnees, flatulency, destroys all craving
tor stimulants, and relieves weakness of the atomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression, and Indfr
i That fseung of bearing down, causing pain, weight
od backache, Is always permanently cored by its use
- It will at all times and under all circumstances act la
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
- For the cure of Sidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
IYDIA E. PIXKIIAM'S VEGETABLE COSE
POUND U prepared at 33 and 35 Western Avenue,
lynn, Haas. Price 81. Six bottles for 96. Bout .by mall
tftfterorw o pills, also in the form Of lozenges, oa
jeogpt ' bit pftee,' 1 Heritor- lor etthpk ' Mr PfnkiaA
;freeryangwert b411eUcrsof inquiry; Band fopsaa($
'let 'Address as above. 'Jfenttow tMi Fapm '
; Ho family should be without LTDIA & PIKCHAIPB
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 22 cents per box.
jjy Sold by all Irngglsts. "S
Ewsiaat tmsrclimata. W mksaapMeltyaf cmBnlviM
aim. TV A nwa nd Market Gardaan. HA,-.'
dee IB 13t
EBBY 4 CO, Detroit, JDeh.
VfT Trees are now ready for delivery, opposite
XT, jar. Alien grouse's residence, on Tryon street
between Rtb end frth. a Him It at Ttaa pinnt
r iuwvre nuu tower sees uu- nana IOr sale. Any-
' thing in my line furnished on short notlee. .
oeea ..... x. w. avABBOW, Charlotte,
Chew only the brand of tobacco known as The
Old Oaken Bucket.
TBS old Oakep Bucket,
The Iron-bound bucket.
The moss-covered' bucket;
- . Xhat hung in the welL
' " V CH AS. R. TONES,
Charlotte. N. C. Sole Auent.
AUDerai terms to dealers.
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and bispenslng Pharmacist
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DON'T GO TO s A n ma a
When you can get water lust as fresh andsi
ung as wnen it flows from the spring s
we receive wis wafer in lunrn hinoff tin -
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
msui every wees. J H. MCA DEN.
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and competent druggists, day or night
CHEMICALS, LAMP GOODS,
SEGARS, TOBACCOS, &c, &c.
A PULL AND SELECT LINE QF
Perfumeries and Perfumery Cases. Cologne Bt.
ties. Ac. Toilet Powder Konges, Soapa,
Tooth Brushes, Brushes of all kinds,
Combs, ote., and a full line of
all goods usually found in
a first-class lirug Es
tablishment Careful attention given the preparation of pre
1 1 rust the public will, as heretofore, extend me
a share Of thr lr patronage, ewe will in every in
stance be given the preparation and dispensing of
all medl toes for which demands are made, and
satisfaction In every in every Instance gua ante d
Wdeo23 W- " UAM,UI- ' CO. '
SALE OF BONDS.
BY Virtue of an order Of the superior Court pf
AtanUnceuntr to th tease prlvS Klnfi
and others against W. J. and Av ' MnrrayTia
others, I will effes for sale at the court house door
in Greensboro, N. CL, at puMlc auction, for easb.
on Monday, ttie 6th day of February, 1 882, at 1 2
o'clock it. eight ,8) bonds X the county bl ' ckf
teret Issued Kebreary 20th. 18(30, each for 85oO
due on Kebruary 20th. 1880, to each of which
bonds coupons are attached for interest at 8 per
cent from February 20th, 1875.
Parties desiring further Information can address
my attorney, James Boyd, Esg., Greensboro,,
Rochester, N. Y. 1
Amateurs, send yonr name
address to s. whibbkw,
Daily Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, N.C.)
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