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THE BAIEIOII SENTINEL.
mmmmntm. AHrsn CaSsr kV ClieaaMtaaes
SATURDAY, JUKE 3, 1878. - -
Charles O'Connor ha been entirely
i t . j iM ' ii.A ' mAmluH fit thm liar
wloS; Charge, proceed ordnaging evidence
" hut Dtt n. ha KaAti nnraumir "WSTS
"y Mrs. Forrest. ;
llaruet.Who told . contradictory tale
niiuhU-. to Sneaker Karr. Which u
u.,:...i .imBd. m
XJO DUC r 1
tt. ... wanted for cross-examination I
ihd inveatliratini committee but can-1
not be found t he Is supposed to have
gone to Canada.
t .9ojiU JMiJ tl.tnV l.imanlf
Btwa wctkw - -
alie-iUa to the position of Twe-Preei-
imL because he waa in the Confed
erate amy. They, say ha sees in bi
CaafMUriita 1 record ao reason why ba
should nc be Governor' o! North
Una. VtTiatV Uie dinorenceT t
Stewart s will la the uojec o
' - - . a
gaUo..;. Two IkmUica, natnea wney
end Turner, claim that they are Blew-
uu ; i
r ana nexi oi un-ww i
ask that the wilt be aet Mide becauae
it waa made y the clrcumrenUon f ara tnepe, ; ,
Ilenry Hilton, or aome unknown per- , , BT jofJIS. "
eon.-. TUere aeema . to be m ground j, j V ' . --
for thaeontest. We anppoee th Bai- in 1874 the democratic party waa re
ley and Turners are on the make, and mufebly ncoesef ul before the country.
hope to be bought off by a compromise, i
, . ,- I
. Virginia doea not instruct
satea to St. Louie bnt the convention
Mflnfid the name 01 TUUen wiui mwou
applause. h Tenneesee haa choaen ma
jority of Hendrioka men. Maryland U
atroo for Bayard. MinneaoU la' for
hardmoaev and Tildes, i The Califor
nia delegatea arc not inatrneted. The
Iowa delegation to St Lonia have bad
no coniesenoe and no one knowa bow
they atand, bnt from .the tone of the
aonvention amwintinaT them, it would
aeem thev are for the atrongeat ;
without regard to name or locality.
The KewHampahire delegate are nn
pledged.' Wmle the four delegaU at
i. inn nt im fnalrnoted to vote
for inflation and Allen, it i understood
thatanwSoriryof the defegatiosi are for
hard-money and Thnnnan, It t not
aacertBined how tbe Naw York , dolega-
itoa will stand; bnt qnite a large propor
tion will b for Tilden and the vote of
that atate will be cast at a unit u"
'?'". I COXMNCEUNT. . ; j
We are gratified , to learn that the
commencement at Chapel Hill pasted
..i.r..tni.ntf t lh fuiiU v ami thnu
participating ut the enjoyment, of the
About one thousand persons were In
attendance, 8och a large assembug
gives an assurance that the people bave
much of their tld attachment for the
University, and wUl not be content till
. . . . . i . . . ! 1 W . I. a
the institution ha-regained all
prestige It had before the war.'
t The exercise were highly Mtiafac
torr i and quite a number of scholars
bave already applied for admission
We congratulate the faculty on the
prospects ol the great work committed
to their charge, and trust mat tneiri
bright anticipations may rr-eet with a
THE THIRD DISTRICT
SIONAL CONVENTION. :'
AtrayettcvUle, on last Wedncday,
Hon. Alfred M. Waddell waa r--oml-
nated for Congress, and John D. Stan-
ford, of Duplin, waa nominated a elec-
. . . m . . :
ab w KAW.rnav nr Hrnmininiin.
: IZ Z21Ll
anu u. aiivini pvuiw. -
egates to St. liOuia, witn u. u. onacx -
... . m rr : .
. . . T . -
eiioro. oi inniow. ana . aruvas, vt
New Hanover, M alternates. -7.
These are all first-rate appointment,
Col. Waddell'a success la hi district is
unprecedented, lie was elected in
1870, when but few of hi friends were
ao sanguine as to indulge in hopes of
his success -and at each succeeding
-canvass ba has addcjl to hi majority
and won, still greater' favor with the
- people of his district Col. Stanford is
ft good speaker, and will make a strong
canvass in the approaching campaign.
Kerchner and Myrover are both level-
beaded "meni and will go for the Strong-
s est men at St. Louis. ' - r
-, ilr. Blaine is now (he recipient of
.' great honors at the hands of the north
ern republicans, i Nearly , every : atate
convention which has instrncted its del
egates to Cinainnaii has expressed a pref
erence for 'Blaine for President.- He
leads the field, He has virtually walked
v over the eonrse. And yet the fling of
' ' Ben. Butler comes to mind now very sp-
16 propriately t ??
that ar dark
And tricks that ar vain.
Th gentlsmaa from Main is peculiar."
Tha inaaaf !alln- mmmifiaa tliai kaa
been looking into the charges against
the ex-Speaker Las at length reached the
boUoa facta in that mattor.
DnsMuIKmn tells the tale, and cir -
eninatances prove the truth of bis alle-
g.tions;-There are letter in the ense-
there were 17. Sir. Aiiatne asked the
itnew to lot him read over those letters
pending the inveetigation. They were
huniini! to Blaine to be read una re
turned, Ha returned one, bat retained
tie eijteen end now, ou being ao re
j quested by the committee,, decline to
produce thera because advised by his
counsel not to do ao. These unusual
w . to
lDa the country mn-t aooept this with,
- ijip. -f evidence as a dear admission
- tt.. im onlJ tov the troth of la
Mnllursn's allegation a.
' - .
Aa far a made publie it appeara that
mUm haa detailed an operation in
flnanoethat may account in pan lor
Blaine's present prosperous condition.
It waa a bond tranaaction.- The amount
130.000. Blaine placed them
among lus menus in juauw, ""-o
them at 80 oenta on the dollar, ana mere
i i diviaion and ailenoe" aa to the I
proceeds. Tom Scott, the Union Pa-1
cilic railroad anil other were Interested,
i 'ir. Diaana lavAroi am nil niTiivni v
. .. . ' .1 1T
7 '.. crre- of the
- . r
JM -Muiidata for the preev-
r . ,,
aency, p ---
sute that were largely repuuuoaa gT
mqJ demoorauc majoriue.
8 , ,om i..i:;rfi;rtn
130.000 vote and 70,000 majority. In I
. T .. " - i ' I . Ll fi I
1874 abe gave Uierauioata buioi, 1
. . ... 1 t T AAA 1
and the demoeraw odwunhi swm i,w
malority. - 5ew York In 1872 naa grven
Oen. Pix, repnbUoan, 445,000 tote and
53.000 majority ; in 1874 ah gave lu-
dea 416,000 vote and 60,000 majority.
In nearly every northern atate tnoro waa
the aame gratifymg reaniu in conn-
try waa thoroughly in accord with the
democratic party. ' The isene in 1874
m m katween the aectiona. Tbe
whole Union prononnoed for reconcilia
tion, of which the democratic party waa
thxnonflnt. Since then now haa u
been H New iesoee were allowed to
ria. and on1 these' we lost In New
. tbelfew tngluxi atatee te
t-. ha chief iaane. The atate
. Y. . . , Tguda-
I " -
tore that waa strongly republican ana
opposed to Tilden and to hi reform
measure; and this republican Legisla
ture waa elected by 15,000 majority.
Reform, then, i not the best isau for
na in New York, It haa lost na votes
alao in New Hampshire and Connecticut
In the northwest also a new' iasne ba
northwestern democrat have endeavor
ed to make the elections torn on the
currency question. They demanded in
flation. This new iraoe is as dangerous
a that of reform. The inflationists
bave lost ns every northwestern state.
a - atate.
In 1874 we carried Ohio by 22,000, In
diana by 18.000 end Illinois by 81,000.
Since then nnder the banner of infla
tion wa have lost every one of theee
t,utett We cannot now hope to carry
these states either with an inflation plat-
I tarn or aa inflation candidate. Our
policy at St Lonia nndonbtedly is to
conciliate the' northwest ny taainy
Undidate from that section, in by olv
serving a prndent ailenoe in the plat-
fnn to th- eurrencY nuestion. , Bnt
I '. . . ' . ...
I au tli a nard-moneV state
.i tt.. nn4.rf tl,a aavuicr banks
vat XJ iivimisvos o
i.t.ui. iuCl attention ves-
herdav-w murt take Vi prononnoed
hm0ney man. - We think that Thur -
k,. th. qj.. York. Connecti-
J j ew jergey can be carried by
I ' ' ..
irm . i frr, ..im yna
"r: trir SllZI
gonilwiSIU SSI uirui
I . ... .a a II
1 ean. Tilden wUl stana no cnance tn w
l . . J. , , , It V.I
vest, and it IS very quesuuuauia umi
I ean carry New York. 5 Hendricks, unfor-
I tUntery. i not regarded In the east as a
I hard-matter man. and hi nomination
I would be throwing away the democratio
Lutes of ' the 1 northeast Thnrman
I stands before the country as the embodi
ment of those ideas which swept the
north in 1871 ' . His nomination is the
only one which gives us an assurance of
The President, In conformity with ft
receut act of Congress, has Issued his
Droclamatlon. calling on the people of
the United States, to assemble in the
. .... ' .
county w w. u. "'
on the 4th day of; JiUy, and on -
serve the day by having read a short
' " -- t j -
the 4th day of July is to be celebrated
we confess that the mode proposed by
Congress is the best method that could
" Independence day " is tamoui, be
cause on that day was enunciated ft
great principle, to-wit : The right of a
people, possessing respectable numbers
and the elements of a self governing
I DOWer. tO Sevet the if connection With
I former friend and declare uieir lnae -
pendence whenever their circumsUtsccs
laliall In their judsmeut so 'require
1 Tlii trrtat American principle announc
ed July 4, 1776, is no longer recognised
la America, all parties and all sections
denounce it And it is the rrouna-worx
1 of secession. And,lhcrefore; we doubt
whether that day ought to be now mr
ticularly observed. , la lieu theret we
think It would be more approprm'e to
give greater prominence to the 4i U day
of March. It was on the 4th t yof
March, 1789 that the constitution . the
United State went luto opt- v.lon.
That day la, then, an anniversary ulch
we can celebrate without doing violence
the principle It recall-, Ttio U. of
July Is the symbol of sece.slou, the 4tn
nay or Aiarcn we symuu.
the latter we would commcni.wite,
We would bave the youth of A uteri
ca cherish the Union and woul i not
hare it inatilled into their warm hearts
that whenever in their jutigmcnt tne
occasion has arisen they niaj r'' i "ully
do at their fathers did on July 4, 1776,
and free themselves from their fo.mer
tie and establish a new govtiuinenL
We would have the children of America
nther toeether on the natal day i' the
Union and pledge themselves on each
return of that auspicious day iua. tne
Union shall be perpetuated to pro,.)ote
the general welfare of all the people of
these United State, i . , . , , ;. , , ,,,
W would bave the constitution . bicb
Indoctrinate conciliation, caiicnf;ia,
the bond of love1 and amity to be ear
nnitilv anotheoaiaed on the return Of
the day wbon it went Into opwalion,
We' would have the people to aaaemble
on each 4th day of March , awl acuity
their approval of the principle on
Mrh tha constitution rest Hud thua
transmit to poaterity "a "proper rever
, fo u,. BV.tem 0jf K0vcrnrut ut it
: . ' i ,J .
established and Inculcate a regaru
. . ... - . '
fQr ijnjon 0f y, utlicra.
, tlon. nerirv L. Pierce,' mombei1 of
Confess from the third Massachusetts
district baa written a leUer declining
Marshall Packard, IL C Wannouth
and Htata Senator 1 hoa. C. Anderson,
are candidate for the republican uomU
nation for Governor or Louisiana.
Orant'a appointment of Cfen. Cameron
to be Secretart of War will offset what-
evr of credit attached to hi nomination
of B, H. Dana, Jr., to the English mis-
' i Tha Jefferson Banner says ex-Oov-
ernor C. C Washburne is a candidate
for the reoublioan congressional nomi
nation in the second district of Wiscon
. The President is said to bave suggest
ed the names of MeCrary, of Iowa, and
Hanator Alcorn, of Mississippi, as his
favorite candidates for the vce-prew- I
" ' .
dency. . : ... . '
: Th Burnet Bulletin waa for Hancock,
but ssts Texas will be ably represented
by Coke, and expreasee tha belief tUt
the new Senator will become one of tlie
master spirits of the United States Sen-
The Jersey City 'Herald says : "There
is hardly a doubt in the public mind
that James O. Blaine is a dishonest po
litical scamp, and that be made his mil
lion dollars aa a congressional rogue."
The Albany Time says that it has as
surance that the reluctance of ex Gov
ernor Seymour to become a candidate
for President is nnfeigned, ., It, there
fore, advisee the bringing forward of
the name of Sanford E. Church. .
The Ohio StaU Journal is antbonxed
to aay that Judge Davis has assured his
mt intimaia tMninnal friends, with the
I ntmost candor, that he don't want the
nomination ; ma oouwy wu-
" J? L., di
I uuio uemocracj iur uugo w --
I r , i . Arnnl nA avenmlarv
I Tinman Oatbolio. and this discovery 1-
.-i t . .
reedy portends thst a."devl set ta to be
I fa0-j-&iaj j.
TiMfln will be nominated bv the demo-
f orttio convention for the presidency;
I T . n Dl.m. iIT S Omnt. will Im
miiw w. v w. m - -
nominated, by the repubBcan .conven.
tion. and Tom Allen will whir Joe Goes
I ' ' . a 1 . IS
i i their coming pru ngnt.".. a
. m f . '! . itrrtl..
a wasniuKiun sueumi saya i i, auo
AWaahinirtoa snecial ava
theory of those who take the Conkling
view of the Cabinet chaose is .that it
eventuallv means ' to secure to Mr.
Conkling, at the openlning of iheCin
clonatl Convention, the votes oiew
Yotk. I'cnnsylvania, and all, or nearly
alLof the southern states. The ex
pectation probably Is to' secure alt ex
rent Kentucky. - which will EO te Mr.
Bristow, and Delaware, which ha, but
six vote. , If Uiiarpiaa wruccesiuii
Mr. Conkling will thus have 34 to be
sin with, besides the' scattering votes
from other states, and there would ' be
little doubt of his nomination." j ' . 1
Resoectins the Iowa democratic del-
eiration. a correspondent says t . 2 am
Informed by a memoer oi tue convene
tion. and one tiiat knows' well whereof
I he sneaks, that the feeling8 wae strong
1 in favor of Tilden as their candidate fur
I k. hM.iiLn.. an1 thai whtlM .tha
delcralioQ are nninstructed. they are,
1 ilh a three ot four exceptions. fJr
1 Governor Tilden. This convention has
Iflnrobablv never been equalled in the
i . j...ji..,.ii.kh.
cnaractcr, aou . siauuiuj( vt h. iuciu'ici-
ship by a convention heretofore held in
thi state, and the delegation1 elected
to go to fet. Louis ''will' ntlf represent
the convention in the high standing of
its member. u '," ' '
. The Richmond Dispatch ssya's "It
will sever do to permit the shameful
ausrrels of the Ohio aspirants to pull
down the temple of the democratio
party. It will never do to stake our
soooess upon any policy that will hot
command the hearty support of tue
northern democratic states, which are
California, . Oregon, J Colorado, New
Tork. NwJerey. and Connccticnt
With the assistance of . these the south
era states can elect to the presidency
any candidate. .All that our ddegrtai
to Smanf find the cdT
i date that will secure the favor of those
I few stetes of the north.
As InisnnAH Strum thb Bmtoh
Caowr. Mr. Patrick Callahan, ot ftew
York, arrived in thi city on inursaay
for the purpose of visiting the centen
nial, but witn an nlterior obiact in view,
which, umertnnaiciy ror uinuwn, u
succeeded iu consummating. It scm
that Mr. Calt.Jian entertaiiia a grudge
of loug-ta;-d ng (which cooin to him
by hereuit.-. uweni acainw uia crow a
of Great Britain. Ou Tbursd.y after
noon, while walking in the main build
ing, Mr. C41aJmnthd pointed out to
hiin l'rolotaor l. nomas aj. atmiw, '
able bnt very itoffaive.acunmiHtiioii( r
from ureM Unlaw to tue .fsuiKinuu.
Kuoiiur hnrt) MB onrx HuBllr tO put .Un-
self on reont aa the nndying enemy of
Britain, Mr. - Caiion . walked , up to
Prnfiiaaor Ajilier and struck him. and
through Liu "struck the British crown. M
The profi-.Tir was .taken completely
nnawarea. txiS btuora Callauan coma re-
nPKt tliaMn ' a centennial euard ' near
arresrct him af d marclird 1" oa
iuuliirkMiHiY iii tlis look-nm . In bis ex
amination Lefor ibe mairistrate, Mr.
Callahan at-, xl that he had just been tn
'ometlihi . f a sprue, and that he naa
eome to V iijtiU4plna lor tne express
nnrnaaa ..C ashiiii the ISrilisU crown.
i. hiul i.. ., raam.1 nuarrel. he said.
itlk lrof-H -r Arciier. and bad only
meant to ""eke through him the crown
of KugW-d. -Il was bald! tn aa.uw
Will ..and In athwk: noon the British
crown waa, wnonuiiauHi oa Hpuuw
k'MW.U bv the aoiiiewhat Proeaio ex
pression u aggravated assault and bat-
Bultimor iiun , f ; (f I f , - ,
i . ' -'
"! The Maryland democratic convention
met 'Wedm-sdnv and elected an un-
,iAred it.i.eiatiou to M. JU1S, i Xl
uTthelistt AAtlarfTe, 11. M. McLane,
r.himore citv: O'Uerbndi'e Uorsey,
Frederick ountr : Jud;e It. B. t'arml-
hatrl. Oueen Aune's county t Hon. E.
K. Wilson. W orceur county.
Drnaiioniil distrkUFirst. Dr. Win. II.
Oole, Bom-rset county ; James Alfred
l'earce, K-nt county second, Hon.
RUvenfcon Archer. Harford county; J.
F. C. Talb-itt, Bultimore county ; thira,
Joshua J. Turner aud Ilobert J. Naier,
Bnltimoru city; tourth, Kobt T. tfanics
and Wm. T. Markland, Baltimore city
fiirti, Aj . Uiapmun, Charles county j
ttite J. Harwood. Anne Arundel couu-
tyj ixth, , ,!. Johnson, Alleghany
county; George Freamcr, Washington
county. ' ' ' '-;' .
rjpo (MJ MEN A 8FEEDT CURB.
K'okM of tka Back or LI sib. Btrk-tiuvs.
A.Lkm of Uis aUdneysor Bladaer, lnvol-
antary IMchrjre, Impotency, General Ie
i.iliiw Kwkjubm. lyiLnia. LamTuor,
LSw (iptrlu. Confusion ol Idea,. Palpitation
th HMrt. Timidity. TrembliDC. UlmneM
nr aiDt nr ftuidineu. DUeaw ot the Head,
!.". V Ukin AffM.tlnn of tha
I-Itct, Lune, btomach or Bowels those ter
rihl diaordera aitelng from aoUtary Uabiu
ot YooLh xt ret and solitary practices mora
fatal to their TlrMmt than e soag; ov m
ttvMM to tha Mariuaraof ... Ulysses, bUgbV
nlnv thalr most brllllsnt hones and utlc lt-
tkns, resdeilng msrrtstre almost Impossible,
dcstrattiuc both BoajaiHl MluO.' ;
' MluTfed penons or young men contempla-
tin; marrtace, suffering; from
viivaii'si issaness. uum
.. tmn..., PrrMtvmtlftn. Kvbausted
Vitality, Involuntary Dlschargea, Non-tree-
tability. Hasty Emissions, Palpitation of the
xi v... Ex(.i.hUltv. . DecaT of tha
physical and Mental Powers, Deraugement
of all the vital forces ana r unctions, weir -
au Beblltty, Loss of Manhood, Oeoeral
WaKkaeas ol tb urrans, ana overy oiurr
nhappy disqualification, specduy removea,
nd full manly Tleor resiorwi
.. To l oung
Thrse are some of the sad and melancholly
effect produced by early aaMU oitouvo,
diK Weakness oi tne naea ana urnu.
v.in. l thi. llad. 1)1 nines of Sight, Los of
Vux-ulsr Power. Pal PiUtkm of the Heart,
lvsnepsla. Nervous irriuotiity, uerange-
mrnt of the Dlirestlve Functious, tvenerai
iw.klll, Hvmntnins or uonsamntum. IMe.
. MasAUTT The fearful cllecU on the
mind are moci to be dreaded Los of Mem
ory, Confnsl ii of ideas. Depression of Spir
its. Evil-Fon't'odlngs, Aversion to Soeity,
SelMMstrust. Love ot Solitude, Timidity,
ate., are some of the evils produced, r
. ThoHsajiils iif Demons of all aires can now
Iudire what U tue caiae or weir aeciiaing
ialth. losing their vliror. becominK weak,
pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu-1
lar appearauce auou imc erw, b8s"
symptom of tonsumotlon. . .-. , . . .
a MiteaT ure tarrutfu
In recent Disease Immediate Relief No
Mrmrv. Persons ruinlna tboir health, wast
ing time' with iguorent pretender and Im
proper treatment, driving disease Into the
system by turn waoiy rotron, . aiervurj,
causinir Fatal AffecUous of the Uead, Throat,
Kose. or eain. Liver. u mnim
Bowels, speedily eared. Let no delicacy pre
vent apply immediately.
inclose stamp n n onreptj-Auurv.,
I.: ; Dr. Johntitfjn, .
OF TUt BALTMORK LOCK HOSPITAL,
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An Insurance Journal devoted to tne inter
est M folK-y-ooiaers. ixmuuna au tnai-
saraac literature oi tne aay. uniy injur
ance paper In North Carolina. TreaU of both
Llf and Firs Insurance, xpoalng wild-cat
companies and commending the strong one
to th people of North Carolina, th paper
for those interested la Insurance 1
ftuhscrlutlnn . in auvance. Advertise-
taent Inserted st rotooable rates. a
t '- '- JNO. C. HUT80X.
I ' . f r ,., ,, Editor and Proprietor,
.ept84f . . Kalelgh.J.
JJi O I, T ...K D , ,M E
800 to 1,900 bushel per week received and
sold cheap for cash only af ' ' a f
,,GATTI3 A JONES'.
ORTH CAROLINA WAKE COLNTT
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nt va snriaiom ooukt, reoruary, loio.
Jnwnh 1) fowell MslullH tamnm si
U Allen. William IL F. FsrrelL Klcnar
FerreU, James Whitley and others. Proceed
inc. fur Dartitlon of land.
Ta William ii. IT. FerreU. on ot u
fendanU above named, who is not a resident
Of this SUta. '
Yoa ara herebv reanirea to appear ai me
Office of tba Clerk of the Superior Court
for the Count v of Wske br tse sis aay oi
March neat, Ibtb, and answer tne complaint
filed in said olHce, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded ta said
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WHITE AND RED CONCOB7 WINE.
PURE , 8CUPPERNONQ 8BAJIDY, yary
- supsrlor for medtclual purpose, equal ts I
in favor to th best French. '- ' ' ''
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BCUPEERNONO VIS EG AR a Hew article,
These article are manufactuiwd by the ua-
derslgned from Grapes grown on their owa
vlnefsrd.and ar. warranted free from any
InJurloM adulteration whatever.
" Address, J "
, ... i , Klnowood.
' llalifax county, V. "C
JoHNBTOKl JOKES, aJjj
a r r 'ti d im ?'a r'l i w:-
.' ii ..;''!.).. .: RALEIOHv-.Ha C, i,:t,.
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ATE8T NEWS 1 SAVED MS BACON 1
nrrDared to nuoraers lor aome maae-oacoa
of aU kinds at ' ?
F. C. CHRIJIVTHKKB W.B,
Wtlmlnron street, sear City 8ilts.
SEYPEL & ;CP;s,
. in i.iii'i"H:i
WGTIT05tr t rOCND, BEARS 1,800
POUNDS.r. FK1CE OF fto J, St,
most luiurloul Couch, Seat, Iwing, 4.
Circular may b bad by addressing
1 134 and 138 Duane Street, New York.'
April i-w8s.:'f!,ii m'U
1CW Tt)HE f N1W GOODS H
. . nM.. n T T T- 1? 1 .
Os Poon VlUikPivit'
Vr. Walla k a nraetlcal Milliner and
Wnrk In Htrnw Goods. Alters. , remodels,
nrouM Ktrmw ana Felt Hat. Bonnet.
Make and rtawxld. every idascrtpUon 1
I ft.iu U. nr t'klMm'i Uata.
tiivahera eall and yoa msy get tha latest
stviesofPari or New Xork. '
Jaa 14-an .
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S CELEB RATED ..
: l.U.jil i t- ;! l4u.(
" csn b found at' ....
SBOWN'S. VARIETY &?OKc
EINEST IN KALEIGI11
a a a. '
afBtvrs B. Canvsa, Assasios u usstsk.
CAHTKlt & CAH1 I B
ATTtlBNgXB A- U.rv . .
; ' Asswnxa. K. C ' " ' "
rractle In U-pTw Cert at Kal Lb,
td at U 'wtat aa frdrrsl Coans of
tan North CaroUre . ,.
Jaim eollectni asy eviv -t !
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AGENTS tor bet rfcaaea laths world to
roll, money Address Ur. - BAfETl
POCKET CO. Newark, Jf. J,
PITCBOM A ' X, C BOU1. tal A B M I ( i.
'How either sex aaay fascinate and pdn
th lot A alls tons of aa person ibry
eboose Instantly. This simple, mental acquire
ment all can posses, rrse, sy mau, ior inc.,
torat her with a warwaas ("Ma, Ecypthui
Oracle, Cnama, HwU to JadiM, UeddinK-
?hrht Bhlrt, e. A queer nook. Address.
. WILLIAM et CO.. Kb, fhlla.
! Tare I nitriirt,
j - vt
' 'WWi l-f lull TiMeft.
PT DP ON1-T IN BIXE BOXKS.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY
For sale by Drurrtet sensrally, and , I
. . . , pBUadelpala, Pa.
i . , ) ..' .. - im ;
A cup of GOOD TDA.
' A noted KoKtl'h TravOer says, much finer
Tea Is drank in Russia thas hi England the
dlfferenos la sot probably oirine to the Over
land transportation bnt that the Russians buy
i tb brat I s frrown Jn China, little of that
kind going tootbsreounuas.! ,
" THE RUSSIAN TE ACCOMPANY
efTer la this mailu named quantify ot tau
Tea. It is aosoiutsiy rure. - ' '
sent br mail, prepaia, I in. canisters, va.aw
1 lb. 1 25. To introduce this Te a liberal
ample sen for iXaJ. KUsbIAN TEAjCO...
1U0 PaL 8v., N. i. myia-tw-
Fullef. WEiif3il!& C6
- ' i ' j.n ji .,i .),.
J k. j'!'.j hu, f . . i: ft.
Tta vxjuamt AssoBrncn a Tin uebt.
Our sew' Wood Stut coal cooking stoves
P1RIT OF 16.
1 V AD TUB ITABMljaV -
! aaosV'tU'wasleei every dealer.' ;".
Corretpondene invited. Price llst, and
eutrap.lkioB to , - , .
-, i ! riili. tr.it, rauubii a iw.
if, u! .36Wat43ratreetJ,Xorls
IODIDE OF AMMONIA
Gas' lomns or ' AHMohia Is, in sit
Judgment, th best remedy for neuralgls erer.
put Delore tne pnouq, eBeeo auuciu
who mil aisrwe for s j-rarsf ana never umn
I fell upon Mr. Giles' remedy did I And sny
assured relief. I taks pleaswre In saying this,
inasmuch as I desire always to b a bene
factor of the homaa family. ,
WM. r. CORBIT,
Chm'n of the Methodist Chnrch Extension."
Suld by all Druggista. Depot 451 Sixth
Avenue, ft. T. 'Only W cenU and $1 a bottle.
or , Vh..-fjUK0n. LEE A CO..
Maieign, n. m.
1 rjre flna Tiiriiiiv end (.nsTlniil. I .IC9C
101 Vi .uui.iji!iiii,auauui uiuu,"viu,
. -i A MAOAZDfE OP 138 PAQE8,
Drrottd lo A'ortX Carolina kwpt, Asrpromt
TsitMS $3 FEB TBaX, PoSTAGS PKEPAID.
'"Addrsss, i, U fOOL,
X3 Those to whom
rill please remit.
Mis have been sent
Two Tear ror Onlj.U.
Hsvlng a few complete fil-s of Oca Livme
nish that year and th entire tear 176 (or
5. . ..
- Library Associations ard Historical swcle
iies would do well to note this, i I ' t J
1 1st. 8d and 8d volume handsomely bound
library style furnished at fi.80 per vol
ume, ov .., u sea. iy mail. .
Com muM meampanD au rtMra.
8. D. POOL,
JanlJ-U Raleigh, N.C.
Pest Pcison is not only
a Safe, Sure and Cheap 1E
STKUIEK of the Colorado
, Beetle or Potato Boo, bat of
all ixsBOT whkh prev oa Vir-
elation Cut and Aaur Wobm Uasan Fli,
Ac. Unlike Paris Green snd other Poisons,
it ean be entirely dissolved In water and ap
plied by sprinkling. Nov Isjobiovs to
I Flast, Not -Daoiboii to Use. Never
l-.iata Kill wI'imi aans aa tun as
Acaa.-f at n In tialf lis botes, noarh tor
tw acre. Prica 5u Cents Send for tlrcn-
lar. Made only by tb
KEAKEY CHEMICAL WORK.
, 66 COBTIftAKD BT.
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A Urire lot of Country Made Chslrs to be
SOW SI lw agar"
F. t. CIIKlSluriiaito s vvo ,
Wilmington street. .
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AGENTS1 90 ELEGANT OILC1I.RUM03
monnted,slxll, forl. .Noveli.cs
Chkomo, Co., Phil., Va. 4w. '
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