THE RALEIGH EENTIXEL"
..tAfli i ia ' i ..-i i.' f '.i am
AdrerUaemenU wm bs tsaarted to lbs lMu;
Sbbtibbi. at ths following rata peraqoafsaf
one inch, or tea coiaioa lines.
One aqaais eaa tlaaa - - - IL00
- each subsequent htsertloa
lea than s week 80
1 squara, t week 8 60
I 1 month. .......... t. .. t. ... to
1 . " 8 BKmtha... li 00
' minm '
DAILT, WEEKXT AND SEbU-WKIKLT,
Official Driaa of M Carolina.
STATE PRINTJI-. & BINDING
batb or scsatuurrioB.
Dally ro Use! 1 year la advance M 00
Daiir Ml swath in advance............ 4 00
a 1 u L, i. a , m 1 I 00
I i '
8 M m 14 00
4 - ''iMIMMIfMNN -OM
5 a 84 00
Weekly SeedneJ - ' - -mlrTrT ' WTT
Tha Dartr SairnsBi. win be delivered la I V VJLt AA'1!
RALEIGH, N. O , WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876.
- - ia i
M u I
w. It 00
.TflTB RALEIGH 6ENTINEL.
- The present warm spell will cause a
demand for oar beautiful
. - ...5 s
t" ' i.
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PLAID AND PLAIN LIKENS,
PRINTED LINENS AND LAWNS.
All of which wo are how ruoeiving
'Also (or the gentleman a fall atoek of
MACICINA W HAT
in several atylea,
and tha atrair and
:,.. , . v - . . -
A caaa' of heir (earij ' ausuner) Silk
pt 14 I W.'H. ARB. TUCKER
"AT EVER BEFORE .EQUAIXEDI
J'sj y . Aw-iiii c
The Largest Stock on
Ittu . tttturnt.
lie it still at Uie old Stand with larger
- ' aaaortinent of , . " t ;
, t .IDAK IYIB. . .
U. & CENTENNIAL GOODS. "
rOUETQ JULT CEXTt5XIAL GOODS.
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Look at my Jateat Faahion Platea and
ebdoae yon style. ' r 5 w - t1"'
CLOTHS !ns j f j
1 ;CASSmERE. .:.
In let anything yoo want Coma and
te$ fat, J know I eaa toll you '"r
iaai thaoU pUoa, one dgor aontb of
Booiliern'Espreas 'offlorv .f ni ..'
I g-uirantaa all ny it;. . , ' V, sf
at 1,S5 er 100 mi 1 '-' i '.;:' & .
AAA ITk. Sialyl AalJl tk.1 ftl Sfi flraftV
y-aiTj af w'-w - ' r r
Qrmlo and Feed Btortu
A MONTH-Arxenl sntr drcrr
wlMBtv. BuhIimmw ltirannsM and ftml
W UK 111 VUa U
y V A il U U 1 Vrt n; ava av v
" w n
. F. n. mRISTOFHERS ft CD...
Q ALE OF
Oo tb In Mood j ef Jana, 1878. at the
Court flouM door, la Raleiirh, I will offer
for tale, to tb blghMi bidder, for CAS a,
TWO' ACRES OF LAND.
In tb dtf of Blelrfi. kaowa la the plia of
th city a iqm flioa. TfJ ana w jdi
Und ia iold la Donaaoca of tba tnaf aad
powers contained la a morl? duly rg1-
ap -w 1
MAKE MO yaAOfKETS TILL T0U
Which-i tkrfUlaf fciUrest, torllng mrif,
eleruiM aod eheaDDeM, bat ablatel7 ao
qaalji It la fTbe Thing" for tba CenlenalU
period Ukea oa iicbU
I ne p.mp iponpaa KeTipw n w -
errtng of anqukUBed pralM ( w antlclpata
for It aa extendM popaurity": th Dubaqua
Tintea wti "Juat tiich a work a tboutaad
of the American Pimpl wtll be rlad to pot
aeM"t the Uelroll Advert tier calif tt "pre-
feraNe to any yt poblhbed.' ANT ACTIVE
jaji ub " u.aj oi fooa aaureaauiturea
lartre prunie ana itead
it work- for a Tear.
for full nartlcala
r full partlcalars.
pew York. I
For the benefit of the public, we pab
(lah the followiDg directory of the poet
Weatern mall closet .
" " ,mrlTnHv -Eaatern
M ; cloaea il
H:ia a. m.
3:03 p. m.
11:43 a. m.
3HW p. m.
9:43 a. m.
9:30 a. tn.
Oliatliam " t cloaea
R. a. O. B. R. mail cloaea
. i" arrlrea
j:p p. m.
Through nortbern vis R. & G
It. U. cloaea "1, . v 9;30 a. m.
Through northern Tla R. & G. . ;'
IL R. arrivet ., .! 3UW pm
ThrouKh northern via Golda-
boro cloaea 8:03 p. in.
rhrough northern via Golds -
boro arrives " 11:45 a.m.
Office honrs for delivering mailt from
7:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Money ordert are issued and paid
Irom 6:13 a. m. to 4 p. m. ,-
Letters can be registered from. 8:15, a.
to 4 p.m. -.
Office hours on Sundays from 4. p. ro.
to 5 p. m.
.J W. W. U OLDEN. 1, M
Tha police court' news Is not worth
reporting. - , "C
Cholara morbaa is making social visits
after tea. ' ' J'J ' "
All of our hotels are now doing a
thriving buainetia. -"
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Hon. Joslah Turner will speak to
night at Metropolitan hall.
I L; t Jones, rtesldent of the West
ern railroad company.Ia la the city.
: N bI BrotigLton, Esq., and lady,
havetatnrned front, a visit to; tba) cea
ienmalj . f f'r? . H
! A Israe crowd Went" to Waker Forest
aoMgtalid a Ui larger crowd will go
Tba Oitiaena' Cornet band will play in
tha'papitol Sqtuure this afternoon at
! Neither Chief Jastica? Waits nor Cir-
rnit Conrt Judge) Bond , hare yes made
Governor Brogden lefjt fiis morning
to attend the commencement exercises
at Trinity college. V t
It it thought thai at leaat 800 people
will go on tha excuraiou from tbia city
to Norfolk to-morrow.
Several big races comes off at the new
fair grounds on the 15th. Young blood!
with their blocded atook. s ' i . .
Ladies intending to send flowers to
etersborg, Va., abonld bare them at
tbe Express office by 9 o'clock to-morrow
I About 13 dogs to-day travelled to
that bourne from whence no dog was
ever known to return. Cats come back,
bui dogs, thanks to a beneficent Provi
dence, never do.LTLlrt-!Li
J Hon. Montford McGehee delivers an
jiddrest on the life and. character f
fbs ate ftoo; W. A. Graham to-rnor-evening,
at the Rail of the HouW
of Reprfientatives, at I o'clock. ' i k
Last evening tbe ladies of Edanton
ptreet Methodist .chnron gars au ioe
cream f eatiral at tha store on Fayette
rille street formerly occupied by Moas
ley. The attendance was large and a
good time bad. ' ' " " '?.' ' : VV '
j We regret net belug able to attend
the" examination to-day of the pupils
6f Lovejoy's Academy:' The youi)a
gentlemen have been we)I instructed,
ts no "educalor hi the south W k high
er and better deserved reputation than
J. M. Lorejoy, the prlnolpal of the
Academy, who. is ably agisted by hia
ton, Mr. R. W. Lorejoy, a young; man
of UUont and hluh culture. A' lanre
crowd, we uoderttandnJuM prescui.
Tn Cpntoixui. ApftBiaa It, baa
f lready been annoonocd that K. P. Bat
tle, Esq!, will deliver an oration on the
4th of next months-which 1 will akatch
the history of the city of Raleigh from
the date of its establishment to the prea
eot tmU Testerday we pttbliajiei Mr4.
Battle's letter afoeptlng the. inritation
to delirer the addreea, and now we give
Mayor Manly't letter extending tbe taid
invitation: . . . .
i Matob's Omca,
If Esleigh, N. af June 3. 1878. :'
finpF, Battle, 2,'ij.r.
I ipasa Bin : The commiUea appointed
by the Board of AblermeB to select aa
orator and to make preparationa for tbe
suitable celebration of tbe hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
in acoordaaca with thefecomniendations
of CoDgress, met to-day. " On motion of
J. R. Williams, Esq, yon were unani
tnoualy elected aa the orator of 4Le oo
eaaioB. Tbo committee-desire to add
their personal request that ypn wil pot
decline th appptntment, aa tuey beliere
it to be of importance to the city that
the record of her history shall bi pre
pared by t competent hand. , - "T:.
" Yours truly,-
i -'- , . ' B. C. Maslt, .-'A
r i ' .Chaiiman of the committee.
Fab. IL Ecfbeb, Secretary. .
Waki j Fort Coia.ua it. Tbe
trustees of this excellent Institution of
learning met yesterday. The ft port of
tha Preaident Rev. Dr. Wlnsato. was
submitted. Tha report gives a cheer
ful Sketch of the operations- bf the Col
lege during the past collegiate year and
speaks hopefully and encouragingly of
the future. Ninety-one students ' were
present during the past ' term, and the
health ' and moral character 'it Uie
young , gentlemen are reported
escellent. A Urge major y ' of
the students" are niemb u of
some church, and about 23 at- t.. ly
ing for the ministry, 13 of wh u are
supported by the Board of Ed cation
of the Baptist State Convention, ,2 by
the Caps Fear AsocIaton, 1 . fy , tbe
Baiisbury Street Baptist clitiMt of
Kaleigb, and J by a , niintste Ttje
Others sustain themselves. , Tb Lu-ul
ty did not recommend the eouNiri iug of
say honorary degrees. And no D. O'e.
were'niade. . We are heartily gU 1 tbat
the future prospects of Wake Forest
are so good. .-. r :
j Thsre have been several efforts made
to endow this College, and op ' to the
beginning of tbe war , tout eighty
ttwaoand dollars had been realised, all
of which was lost In the general wreck;
lave about 27 shares In th Raleigh A
Gaston R, R. TbU aUk; was sold
and with other funds, to the amount ot
sixteen thousand dollars was lmfeud
In Raleigh cjity bonds the legality - of
wuicn u now , a , quesuon . beiore tne
Supreme Court of the state. If Uii
money shall be secured t the College,
ts present amount of endowmeut may
be estimated at about thirty-five thou-
tsnd dollars, rrof. C. E. TsyW is
now In the field trying to rai-ie fr m a
le,w diuerent localities Professorship ot
tenty thousand dollars each, one is to
called the Raleigh ChslrV another
the Wait Chair, I A third,1' the " Yeatee
Chair, As. ' It ia to be hoped that Prof.
Taylor will succeed In his puns. , The
College should be endowed.' " It ' bas
iooeaa invaluable work in the past
and with proper support will do iucal
eulable good In the future. " '
Supreme Coctbt. The court met at
o'clock a. m. - Ch'ef Justice Pearson
and Associate Justices, Reade, Rod
man, Settle and Brnum were present
Appeals front tho First District were
taken up and disposed of as follows :
J. H. Garrett vt James O. Cliethire,
from Chowan, rut off docket at cost
Of defendant Gilliam A Pruden for
plaiDtiff, and A. M. Moore and JoLp A.
Moore, contra. '
George W. Cobb et al, va Town of
Elizabeth City, from Pasqublank. Pa
pers banded up to conrt. ( Adtitmti at
but term.) Gilliam A Pruden for plain
tiffs "and Walter Freshwater Pool for
Jefundaut, ., ; l: :
f Baxter vt Baxter, from . Currituck
Ctrfipraji ordered returnable ; tu'nuxt
term, . ., i t
WaUon While and wife va IL II. A
6. F. Small, from Chowan. Argued
by Gilliam A Pruden for- plaintiff no
Counsel for defendant. , .....
A M. Moore, .administrator, et ai,
va II. JL Bond, Jr., administrator, et
at, from Chowan. , Argued by Badger A
Devereux for plain tifls, and Gilliam A
I radon for defendant 4i-ht,
Charles Skinner va J, . Bryee et at,
om Perquimana. Left open; Gilliam
Pruden for plaintiff, and W W. Flan
aiing and Gray A B tain pa Jar dtifenduuta
John W.; Gordon vs. 8. J. Lnwther
end wife, from Gate. Argued by Moore
A. Oatliog for plaintiff and Gilliam A
rmden for defendants. ;, ;. ," 1 ' t
John Li Hinton va B. F, WhitehurU
et al.from Pasquotank. Argued by Smith
qirong; lor Piatqun;, no counsel ro-
afmidaiiaa. mSr-M w.if i .:.'(. 'rt-i.'i;.' i - L
Vi L. Beck, trustee, vs. 'A.' K. A C.
timmorman, from Pasquotank.' ' Argned
by Gilliam A Prudon for plajntilT;, no
eounsel for defendant. M - w ,, . ,,.!
j Jpbn p. heeler i C L A K. B
Cobb, from PaiwiuoUnk. Argned by
Smith A Strong for blaintiff,an4 GUliam
A Prnden for defendants. . ,,, , ,-T .;.
j Court adjourned mntil 9 o'clock to
morrow, when appeals from the 3d die-
Wet wiU be taken nrj,'
I TX Hi" CnuTDTr Cocbt. This - conrt
met tlus morning , at 10 o'clock, Judge
Brooks presiding. Tbe Qnlj ease of im,
fortance , which ooms np ,was that of
TJ. a vs. R. X D. 1 Pickler, of Stanly
eoanty,' charged -with false vouchers as
V'.' S. Oauger,";U. & District Attorney
Badger prosecuting and NeiU McKay
I',, C fuller an4 S- J. Pemberton fas
efendant.! Twity-two witnesses were1
4worn,''Bud at the boor of going to
press, this afternoon, the examination
bad not aonclnded--fl ' - u "
It is said that nearly all of the dogs of
this city are ref ugeeir.g in Oberlin.
, , WATER WORKa . f ir
A ooBwrsicATiiM rsoaf Al BXOISeKB.
Ma. Ei-ttob i We have fire engine,
book and lwldr and bucket companies,
but wbrr is tbe water Ail lbs cis
terns ia V e city would not - last the
Rescue ine balf an bour iu case of
laree firr. lit eubject of water ia a
matter of 1 npartanoe to every citixes.
and one i. i ahould be considered by
every on There are several looatiolia
arrmud tl i eity, and I bare taken aome
. t. t.; l ,
na to i kinuns) taem au. . x irnv, sua
aa '. "gards quantity, is Walnat
creek ; as oud, uamp Mangum spring ;
third, llf n uouse Drsucn, on uie
lands of t Messrs. Tucker." I will now
endeavor 'o show the advantagea of
each Iocs m. . Walnat crwk luur tbe
lafgest qu tity of water, and has surplus
power eni'u ;ii to pump tne water np an
elevation i afficMtnt to flow , ow
the biJiheti art of the city. From ob-
iTyytiou , find a very high spot of
ground ah. 4 , ; We of tbe creek, - a very
suitable lJce to construct tne reser
voir to hf aunnhed br a force liumD.
worked bv a water-wheel placed down
at the ere k. which will cost very little
te keep In p ration after It Is once
conatracttxl.' The water.then, as in all
casea, bas to be conveyed In pipes to
different mits or the city. Tue next
location is Camp Mangum spring, which,
in my opluhu. would be sutuuient, to
aupply the city f all ore purpoaetaand
a surplus t r washing and. other pur
poses for th next twenty years. I am
of the oplnion.fi om obserrstioii,lhat the
spring has Mifficient elevation to throw
the water over the highest part of Uie
dry. I base my calculation on the grade
of thai N. C. K. R, which ascends D feet
to tbe mile np to a right angle with tbe
spring, wherw tne main reservoir coum
be builtr-to hold any quantity ot water,
and another within the fair, grounds,
thenoo down the HiUaboro road to the
city, allowiug the N. O. R. R. totiae
ISO feet in the three miles, deducting 60
feet for difference of the apriugaod road,
leaving 130 feet above the N. C. depot,
which will flow the water over any house
in the eity without an engioe, and mer
chants could have water in every story
of their baiMittga a case of fire and good
water to uruikv Tbe last place, and one
nearest to the city, ie' Pigeon House
branch oo the property of the Messrs.
T acker. . Iu order to make that avail
lie there .would have to , be a
steam pump ', placed at Uie reservoir to
force Uie water , In the , pipes to the
city, or lute a reservoir on some eleva
tion higher than the city, either on the
Devereux bill or ' ganders' old field,:
and then distributed to different parts
of the eityi The other locations require
no steam eairtne, a one has a surplus
power to ' pump the water, and the
other an elevation to force the' water,
which is a great saving of expense, r I
believe 'the city can be supplied 'from
either place at about' one hundred
thousand dollars or leas, as iron is now
cheaper than j for many . yeara. ; The
question Is how the mousy is to be
raised I It does seem to me mat u tne
city could get her debt , iu a-proper
shape that she might .take one-half of
tbe stock and then ner debt would tie
comparatively small, not to exceed two
hundred thousand dollars, which would
only be sixteen thousand dollars inter
est oa the whole debt,, and with the
growth of the city and increased value of
her property, it would be easily man
aged. Then - it would only . require
filly thousand dollars to be taken by in
dividuals, which might be raised among
the citizens and insurance companies.
I believe the water reqU will pay. a
dividend of 10 per cent, on tbe capital
Invested with proper management.,' I
respeolfully invite public attention to
the above important subject. '
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I'-; ' TAR DROPS. ': ... 7
Trade iq Klnston la very dulL ) uu V
Sneak "thieves 't!'rdf 'aitt'plagulnj
The wheat and oat crops
ere very good. ' 1 t;"i!'H '
Mitchell county has manufactured steel
it the centennial ,n; w ui i if-
Fishing i aitiet are the order of tbe
day In Fayeitoville.
The demwrats of McDowell' country
meet in convention itt the 12th Inst.
the pupUs of the FayettevUle Bep
tiaa tiuuday School bad a pic me ye-
tcruajr,? -l t,.a .,r .. .-i.-i .-
'fameiBobtnaon, of Fayeitavlileiuts
nearly recoved from bis recent severe
-srt fithoril v fl imtaon nearlv killed
a littla dauiliter of Bamucl Grisotu; of
vaston f(.s"tr?:S v;: :,': ' '
Thna far 39.923 bales of cotton have
been received hi Charlotte against 3o
OOdlast season. ,,...
CoL Wm. Johnston, of Charlotte, la
spoken of as the deauqc ratio candidate
lor woogrtl in tnai uiatrjcv. -
j the' residence of W, MaUbewt,
it Smithville, was recently robbed of a
large quanUty or provtsioqs,
1 A man eallinir himself Robert Win
iek) was arrested In Asheville the other
day for passing a (50 counterfeit bill.
t jf.. yf....M. -i.i-,., .u- - i ...;
! A brick-layer the other day fell from
fiia acaflbldiuk around the jnew court
bouse.at Asheville and broke bis neck,
t The revivals et, the -Methodist and
fiantiet churches in Newbera continue
Si full blast " Crowds attend them
i Jas. Manswell, MtUer Mechanic of
Die Atlantic A North Carolina railroad,
rot hia foot mashed at Ringold 6ta-
ion the other day.' A part of th4 foot
may have to be amputated.
. , - .,. UVCR COMPLAINT. ,
By R. V. Pierce, M. D of the World's
Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y- author of
"The People's Common Sense Medi
cal Advistr." sta.i etc. - .
, The Liver is Uie great deiiurtation
(purifying) organ, ol Ute systeiB. and
haa very appropriately been termed the
"househeeper" of our health, I save
observed in Uie dis-ecUng-room, and
also in making pc$i-mrlem rxamma
tiout of Uie bodies of tbote who have
died of different diseases, that In a large
proportion or cassi, tut liver bas Riven
evidence of having at some time been
diseased. : Liver sffucUona are equally
prevalent in beaut, tvery butcher
knows that the livers -of cattle, sheep.
and fcwloe aro ton times as frequently
diseased a any otjier organ. A healthy
liver each day secretes aoout two and a
hair Bounds or bile. , ben It becomes
torniJ. congested, or if, from anycaue.
it be disabled la the perforiuauoo ol ,lls
duties, it is cvidunt tiiat tbe elements
of the bae must remain in ths blood.
thus irritatiug, poisoning, and pervert.
lug, every vital process, , ' Mature, at
tempts to rid tbe system - of theea nox
ious materials by, means of other or
gans, as Uie kidneys, lungs, skin, etc
which become overtaxed in performiug
tueir additional labor, . sua are unable
to withsland tbe pressure. . . .
1 be brain. wUcli ia tbe treat electri
cal center ol all vitality, becoirea ovei.
stimulated won unhealthy blood, and
fail to norn-ally ierform Its functions,
Heme there is. dulloets, headache, li
biinneot of. the . roemorv. 4 muss,
gloomy forebodings, . and irrkabity ol
tmier ttbea the bled is fiscaed,
the skin t manifests discolored spots.
Imples, blotches, boila, caibuoclee and
Scrolbloas tumors, ltier stomach and
bowels, sooner or later become affeoied,
and coustipailon, pile, dropsy!, dyspep
tia or diarrbeea, ia the kievitable result.
wmMii ort.i'vra rMwi.AViirr ''
I A sallow color of the skin, or yellow
WUHrown spots on the face and, other
parts of tbe body -. dullness and drowsi
ness, with ' fitsjUeDt headache ; dixii
Beas. bitter or bad taste in the roouih.
drynesa of tbe throat, and Internal beat $
palpitation of the heart, a dry, teasing
1 Qugii, sore throat, uuoteady appetite.
four stomach, raiaiDg or tbe food, and
cboakinir sensation id tbe throat t
iickneia and vomiting, distress, hesvi
aess, and a bloated, or full feeling about
the stomach and sides i aggravating
fisins u the sides, back, or - breast, and
about the shoulders ; collie pains and
soreness through . the bowels ; constt
tslion. i '.alternating . with . diarrhoea ;
piles, flatulence, nervousness, coldness
of the extremities, rush of blood to the
head,: with aymdtows of appoplexy:
Sumness of Uie limbs : (especially at
night), and chills, alternating with hot
flashes s kidney and other urinary diirl-
eultics, dullness, low spirits, hud gloomy
lorcbodmrs. ' ; Only a low ot tbess
symptoms will be likely, to be present
iu auy case at one time. : - . .-i.1.
ii Tkiathknt. Take : Dr. - Pierce'
olden Medical Discovery, with small
Joses of bis Pleasant Purgative Pellets,
hich act as aa alternative on the liver.
For liver complaint and Uie various
affections caused by a diseased liver,
these remedies are unsurpassed. The
Gelden Medical.) Discovery does not
imply palliate the disease but it pro
luces a lasting effect. By Its use, the
ver and stomach are changed : to an
active, healthy state, Tbe- appetite is
regulated, the. blood punned and en
riched,: and the entire system renovated
and restored to health. f ' -
j The Discovery is told by dsugglstt.
R. V. ; -Pierce,r M. D.,' Proprietor,
orld's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
: i ; 1 a i ' -.l i .
The new Atlat hotel,' Philadelphia,
ra., conducted with -pcclal refareptC
to quiet and pleasant accommodations.
lainaU cotUt !' s v; j. jn 1-lw...
iYHQESAldl ivdASUV PKI0ES
I i I I I
t CRIUSTOliRfBSACQ.; ',
-fsist .;iU ' tssn, Jans 67181.
lDferior sad dirty,- I $t
Cotton Ties, 6t cents. - . - ' j-JT :
Flour, North Carolina S6.000.2S.
Corn H0(a 85 cents. " - j
Cora Veal, KUaU I: r ( Jl t
Baeea,A. a ha soand, llSw i.i
.fv- : ;,,! aassa lftwl.1-v. . -v..!-fiulk
MesU, Cler ttih. bides, UrSIL
" . " . Sbpuldew. V eenti. , , ,
IirA, North Carolhii. ir. ,! '
".: Weatern tterees, lt, "
: in""J .keas.l?,' 'it"1
CofHec, Pdola BIq Ktifrft. ) .'
" t -Oood,- tl,,;-.
, w Commonrt. .
Byrup, 8. H. 3S. ' ," '
kiolaasea, Cuba 40r-tS.' '
: " .Eran,. 1(X ,
NaOs, oa basis for 10a, ai&V
Sugar A. 13. ,
ieather, Bad Sole W<.
. ..... Oaktaaaed,)., ;.,(
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i.:.i ? . :
umes,greea,;r.,n w,sJ.,,. .,,;,,,
Tsuowwa?'1"' 1 v -' 1 v . ;
Potatoes, a wvet AVb seaU per bUfhel.'
- H f Irish, wXtt.uD i -. - rtivi ft
Oata,aaellsd6&, n . .
' sheaf, from wagon, L25cents ,
' baled tl OU. . , ., . '..
rodder, baled. 1.2 ' " ' !""- -"!
Hay, . U.Slsd. rood, Wtfl.OO ' !
Batter,.N.CfS5iS8k ;;. Cjj 0: ,-.
Sseswax, ....., r. .! . , ,. , ..
Tf-asdlleeBki ' '' '
iJeet.MtSrficTe-vi ' Vjil
J dreaaed tirtone. 'nii7l. .V-
neavy Coi'per, per pound, Inc. ,. ,
t L!?ht . '! - r' . tic , , .OtW
I Uraaa, per pound, 8 to 1. . , 1J '
Pewte; per poBl, T to 10 eta. . '
lad. ner pound. Sie.
' Old Iron, ner 1UU pound), AOr,
Shsep Bklna per piece. .wuhi.
: Woui wah?J, per pound, 8630c,
j anwa.hed 20 to 8Sc -
old ti cent ; burry, 30 et. '
jFOWLE FOR GOVERNOR' AND
ROBINSON FOR LDZTJTENAST , '
1 GOVERNOR. -
Mb. Editob : Amour tbe mitrv names'
of : huh ataadingaaJ bnliiaat taieol-
whicb have beou submitted to the tioo,
pie in eohuectiou with the nominations -for
Governor aud Lieutenant Governor.
by our approaching Convtntion, can yoa
point out two uniting more of the quali
ties requisite for a tirst-rate stronir can
vass than those of the Ron. D. G. Fowls
and James Mj Robinson f Put them
tosretber on our ticket and the union af
their several qualities "will not only carry
our state election triumphantly, but will
oe a iodic eu lue towards the success of
our pretilduutial candidate. . In our
anxiety for our state election we mutt
not loose sight of this, perhaps, more
important , contest, ,fi. Who ist all our:
bordors so fit to send to UL Louia at
the head of our delega ion as . the old ,
standard besrer ef democracy Uie'
victor In te many denperate ilghu the
Uon. D, S. Itcul.of Rockimrham t e'end
him, Mr. Editor, with his coolness and ;
'kill in the management of public,
bodies to give us a good candidate and
trust to Fowls tod Robinson to secure
the vote of the state. . ;, ; ... ;, ,.t7
MipoLSj Belt. iJ
MEETING ; IN SWlFT 1 CREEK
u townsuiiv; ' '
! t, , jfiB l;r.i; , i.- f-.-.
1 At'a riieettpg : held atT Franklin's.
Kwift Creek township; on 8 nrdsy, the
3d or Jute, 1876, & G. Iloyos was;
called to Uie chair, and M.T.Jones n.
quested to act a sccretury. ,,,,,
On motion, the chair appointed ten
delegates to represent the townnblp in
the county coavenUon r and on further'
motion, all cood conseivative-denio
crats from ihe fwnsliip, aho. may, al?:
tend tue county convention, are consid
ered and requcetod to act as delegates. "
tue loiiownig.' dsievates were an'
Minted f- ... .; f r !..,,,-.,..
L.D. Stephenson, M. .IL C Eteubcn- '
son, li. Jone, Bryant Smith, James -
enviv, Rufus L. Powell. Jai.'' Murrav: '
W. II. Roundr. Charles Franklin and
On motion, the chairman and secre
tary were added to ths list of delegates..-
. vn motion, the proceedings ot this t
meeting was ordered, to be sent to the
Conservative papers 'of Raleigh for fob-'
lication. i - 'wra " .' .i;v. ;
On motion, the meeting adjourned.1
8. G. IIAYS Piairman.i , -M.
T, JoNica, Secretary, : , : ;,.,,. -j
Pardoxbd. Yesterday Governor Brog-1
dan pardoned John Bchenck, of Lin-1
colu county, out of tiie penitehtiary, '
Schenek was convicted st tbe fall term '
of the Lincoln eonnty Superior Conrt
of aassnlt and battery and sentenced to
two years, at hard labor, in the peniten
tiary. The petition for pardon waa
largely signed and nrged by teversl .
prominent gentlemen in this city. .
If yon feel that everything cwet wrotiv '
if yea want to got np eaxly in the morn
ing, if you have a pain iu tha stomach,
ike a dose of Dr. Bull's Vegetable Pilb
i . ii a a. . -Hon.
Robert Vance it out id i letter
In the Asheville CUiztu, which Indicates
tliathe is wiUiug to? sacrifice himself
for a third congressional. term. '.,. . ..
TO ALL MEN A SPEED T CVB& '
,;.,. (li W. 14 111 .... djl !.'. .
Wsaknees of the Back. Or Ifrab.' BMrtirreiv
Affection of tbe Kidneys ar BUdder, lntol
Untary Dlachar, taipotsney,, Ussvwal Ie-:
Duuy, nenrou-ne-s. i)ype(la, loiruur.
Low SrirUJ. Confusion of IJiaa. Plrluitl..i '
of the Heart, Timidity,' Trembttns;, Dlmoeas'
or or Miiauwaa, iiNaeM or tbe Head,
Throat, i.Hoaev lei Sklo.l ACecttsna of taw
Llvar, Lusn, Stomach pr. Bowels those tar-
rfble diaorders arising from aolitary UablU '
of Youth secret and aollUry practices mom j
iuu to toeu- victims than the song or tbe
Syreoes to the Mariners of L'lyaaee, blijfht
UBg their moat brilliant hopes and anticlpa
tkma, rsodsrfeig msrrUirs almoat Impassible,
destroying botn Body and Mind,
stamea peraoaa or youns; na umimmpm
ting nwrUre, tufferbig from Ore sol and .
Physical Weakness, Lou of IVocreatlTfl
Powera, ImpoBency, rroatraUoo, Etafcuatad
Vlulity, Involuntary Uiaohanres. Non-re--'
lability, Hasty Emlaaioua, PalpitktMl of the.
Heart, AcrvoaJ aOMiliauuiij,; leoI WU
Ptiyaltal spd MeDtal , Powers, lrragaMio,
pf all the VUal Forces and. function, Nerr
out Debility, L of Mahbnod, eeoerat
Weakness of tha .Mnraaa, and very other
Unhappy dlquaJUlQSUuO,'aptMdUjl remo-ed,-sn4
full mauly Viaur restored. ..i.. . .
j. !,VTr-.owaf nca,,,,, .i t Ui
Theta tn tome of the tad snd taeisaehaft j
kffeJtaJproduced by early bahlts of youth,'
vtxr Weakness tf the ' Bok snd Llmba,
PsIds la tbe Head; Dimness sf Rlgl't, Loat ot
Muscular Power, PalpSxIua af . the Uaart, .
Dyipcpeta. fiervoua trriiabUu.yr,lWaa(r-.
niest of tbe W(,Ttlve ruaclioua fral
Ih-bllUy, gLvmptoiua of Cananmptiott, ete. '
JMSM..1-T. ib- toarrai caeexa w w
mlad are bhic's to be Vva4euWLea of Memti
ory, Confaalenof Idas. Vuprtaakn .of Bpir-j
IU, EvU-ForebodUigs, Aver.lon to Soc-iriy,
rif-Dhtrust, ,1 ore of Solitude, Tlmldiry, '
etc.. are sna of the evfhi nrodueed. ' '
Thousands of psrsoaa of all ares caa now
iudgs what, la tab: causa ,of .their daeiiauuf .
heaUll, loaing Ui-lr vigor,, becoming weak
Ctle, aenroua ana emaciated, naruig a tingn
r appearance about the eye, sough eedr
symptoms of eoosooptloa.
A, Meeoj ure ntrrsntfa,
la recent lMnesas Immediate ReWei K
Mercury. Teresas ramtag tbdr heahh, wait-.
lug tunai wHh .Ignorant pretender and Im
proper treatment, drivhnf disease Into the
system's? that 'Deadly Petooo, Mereary,
eaaslsg Fata) Affsritoas of tha HesV TbroaV
Nose, VP. Sh'n, Unr, Xuugs Stomach or
BowU. apcedily cured. Let no deUscy. pre-
inclose siamp to isren repiy.- Auurrsa
i,t.y i t)T- Johnston. ' 1;':':!'
k HO. ?, IKI TH iKKbMllKT., - ,
v BtrWMKS HKhTtMUHH AND -. !,
IsssifW ly. ::, : .;' .'..-
' X-ULUl KOOU XldfKH-S llfT .an-, aii inn so