DAlLf, WEFKXT AND BEMl-WT.IKtT
Clcial OrEi of Kcrti Canslina- f
STATE PRINTING & BINDING
; ESTABLISHMENT., j
( bats Of suBscairtioB.
Dally Sentinel 1 year In advance S 00
Lilt 8ii moctlu In sdrmuee.. .......... 4 00
ruI Weekly " ..." W
Weekly fcviiUnd .............
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My Pf I - City a Flit a Costs e, week.
The Dsn.T bshtibbx. wui m aeuverea in
, 1 1 .. . -.. -
SEASONABLE ANNOUNCE 'V:r-
The present warm spell will cause a
demand for our beautiful
PLAJDA8D PLAIN LINENS,, ,
! summer MonAins,
PRINTED LINENS AND LAWNS.
All of which' wo are bow rooeiving a
fresli supply. ' f
A 1m for the gentlemen a fall stock of
in seTeral styles, " and the straw and
colored Ten tilator . fvv
f-i . v
A ease of new (early ennimer) Silk
pU V. H. A B. B. TUCKER'
"TfiVEH before equalled!
THe Largest Stock on
47. WEIKCL nmm Rtlurntd.
lie is still at the old Stand with a larger
' assortment of :' ' '
7; ' THAN EVER. ; .
17. & CENTENNIAL GOODS. '
r-OURTIl JULT CENTENNIAL GOODS-
Look at my latest Fashion Plates and
choose your sty le, '
; CLOTHS, lifL
i.ifssiMEIES, ii.-r ;r t. ;
..- ,rVrij . i japrnNos,
In set anything yon want. Come and
- see me, 1 know I can snit you.
; :A WIKIL'S I8TABU8HICINT j
la at tbe old place,' om door south of the
; qpqthepi Erpreas oflhW "j j
I guarantee all my kta. 't'.- i nfl - i !
( apt 13-8m ; 'l ?r "' CL WEDIEL.
Lll.rl f lMDlD
, at 11,25 per 100 lbs. ai V lOisiilS
28,000 lbs spIeaOM Baled OmU at H,2 'per
- loo lu, a.a:-:,o'r-n; ; , :J
. i . r; ; j i . : cattm a jonw j
-jUruRSUyiLLX acadimt. ; u f
Tha &d BfMloa .ot ny School will epea
Jnlv 10. 1878. and eontlnns (Ire bmbUii.
Tnltton, Hinl and Wwtlnf per tetskMi
JtX,- i a PATTOS, frtnclpal.
Jans a-deodla MonVvllle, . C.
. JIHITEESIIT.OF JIBGHIi.1
SViniX LAW LECTURES (nine weekly),
beds 13te July. 1870. and and 13ta Bep-
Umber. Hare Droved of tiro um. lit, to
' stadaat who de1ra to panne their tod lea
at this or other Law-aahooi : 8d, to thete who
propose to read prrrmteiy i and krd, to prae
thionen who have sol had the advantage
of tyatematle Instruction For ctrcalar ap-
piyP. O. CnWerilty of Va.)to Jons Bi
m IHOS, rroi. vom, ana mm, mw. ,
MAtt NO EMUQEMEITI TUX TOU
- SfK nun - i.
..Which la thrDlfag InUrest, twrllnr merit,
. aleraace and eheapneaa, hi abaotutaly so
, squat . U ia "The Thin j" for Us Centennial
penoa PR .
'.. TUa Mqrth Awfrti" ! It l
aemnf M nnquaiineit praua , wa apucipaia
for It aa ettanaire popularltf'': the Dubuque
- llmea Myt ' Jum tana a wort ae looasaeas
ol tha American raopie wiu oe viae m poa
"i the Detroit Adrerttoer calls It pre
ferable to any yet published." AMI ACTIVE
MAM OR WOMAN of coed address Insured
large proSte aadV ateady work Jor .a Tear,
aeriaii nanicaiara. aaoxess
J. B. FORD A CO.. 87 Park PI
epr2rt "New To
A GENTS' ELEGANT OILCHROMOB
'JUL. mpnnted, size 0x11, for IV VereRlee
and Chromos In every description. Natioa&
vuoid, vo., rnua., ra. w,
mi !- m
v'. 1-OST OFFICK DIBECTOHVJ
i For the lnellt of the public, we pub
sli tbe following directory of the post
oiTlce of this city f . v '..t
Western mail closes ! 11:15 a. m.
.t. M .. .. 4. - orrises ' 7" S:2S p. nr.
Fjtfttern closes i 1 3:03 p. m.
i . .. ss arrive, - ' n:45 a. m.
Chatham " tloses i " 3:00 p. m.
" ! Mi aniTes ' - 9:45 a. m.
D. & G. It. R. mail closes 9:30 . m.
. arrires 3:18p.m.
Through northern ria It. A G. -
' U.U. cloees' : " 9:30 a.m.
Thrnueh nortlicra wla K. AG.
It. K. arrlvea 3:45 p.ra
Through northern xli Golda
- boro closes ' ; 3:03 p.m.
rhrough northern via GoMs
boro arriyes , lis 45 a. m.
Office hours for delivering malls from
7:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Money orders are issued and paid
from 8:15 a. ro. to 4 p. ra.
Letters can be registered from 8:15 a.
m. to 4 p. v.
Office hours on Sundays from 4 p. m.
to 6 p. m.
, ' W, W. Holdxk, T. M.
( The city is full of visitor. , , , , ,
Hon.' Montford McGehea arrived In
the city yesterday afternoon, , ' : .
' UoL Junlns L Scales of Greensboro
is mentioned here with much favor for
Attorney General , ; i, ,
'" John N. Staples, of Greensboro, was
in the" city yesterday.' ne will return
one day next week. r-
Dr.' Blacknall could not go on the
Norfolk excursion. , He is literally "run
way with" with gneata. ' . ,
, The excursion left this morniogwith
rather a alim attendance. Hope it will
do better along the lino of road. -
' On nights like these tbe bouses are all
empty soon after tea time. Henrietta
has gone out with Johnson Adolphns to
ethe moon rise.' . - ;
It was liule, sleek, black, glossy
haired fellow six little boys were lead
ing but by the neck this rooming. His
hide would make a dog-goue good muff.
' Col. J. M. Bohinson, President of
several railroads and a steamboat line,
arrived in this city yesterday afternoon.
He is accompanied by his lsmily, and ia
a guest of Major John Deverebt. i
Everybody waa anxious yesterday
evening to hear from the Wadcsboro
convention, and the telegram that Wal
ter L.1 Steele was nominated for Con
gress was read with various marks of
- i -a. " :---.,
; U. S. Cibcdit Gocbt. United States
vs. John ; Jeuea ; violation of . internal
revenue laws ( disoon tinned.
t United States vs. James M. Newsora
embexslement , ; piscontinqed., , V -", ;
IJJnited Btateava.J. B. L,' White ;
internal revenue laws. Defendant pleads
guilty in two easeav , T., I -
United States, vs. Gray Rogers. , Dis
continned, ; v; f if .
United, States vs. James; Maynard.
Defendant pleads guilty -;
- United States vs. Joseph R. Kinton.
Imprisoned one year and fined $1,000.
United States Vs.' amme. . Imprisoned
six months and fined 11,000.
United States vs. James G. Carroway.
Discontinued upon the payment of the
eost by tha defendant. ,
United States vs. J. G. Cargill. De
fondant pleads guilty. r - - :.
United, States vs. B. F. Ashbnrn. Da
fendant pleads guilty.
United States, vs. ' J smes. Hart. In.
diotment having in possession tobacco
not stamped. Jury empennpljed ; testi
mony closed, Mr. Fuller arguing for dei
(endant, '' ". "' J "' ,
Several internal revenue eases set for
next baturday . Nothing else el impor
tance done. . , : , ,
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a The Makiamcs Bkvoibk Watts.
The maTsdomus in the convict labor
case,' ' heard yesterday before Judge
Watts', at chambers,, in Salisbury, was
decided a jury case, apd carried tq the
upiriof eonrl, Th,o case' 'involves an
Issue between the Spartanburg &
Abevil!e, and tbe Western North Car
olina ' railroads, Tbe Spartanburg A
Ashsvills road has one hundred con
victs now at , work, and the commis
sioners on tbe Western road deny the
right or the Spartinborg A Asheville to
this, labor and ask a mandamus to get 1)
ft way from them.' claming for' them.
solves a superior right to all tha con
victs the Western road may demand.'
Dr. Bull'a Vegetable Pills for the
cure of Ldver Uompiauit, ituuona Af
fection or Headache, and especially Sick
Headache, Fain in the Side. -Stomach,
Back or Intestines, Sick Stomach, Blind
ness, Dimness of Sight, Weak Nerves,
Loss of Appetite, Coatiyenesf , Dyspep.
sis, Derangement of the Kidney, and all
dehcaie Female Complaints. For sale
by all druggist at 25 eta. box. y I ,
RALEIG-H, N; i Ov, THtXKSD AY "JUNE 8, 1876.
WAKE FOREST COMMENCEMENT:
u Waik Fokkbt, June?, X.rtC-'f"1
The commencement exercises opened
on Moudsy evening wiU'new wrin
kle,'1 a comic ' debate, mrtlclpatcd In
bi eight young gentlemen, ! four IVom
each society. " Subjectr Was - Miss
BeUy Jones Justifiable in kicking Mr.
Jake Smith V ' Afflrmatlv4-J. B.
Jones, Franklia county, J. C. Caldwelt,
Moore county 5 . W, B. Wingate, Col
lege Hill, and W. H. Lassitcr, Camden
county, 'Negative W. I roteat, cas-
ell county. A, W.,BuiToot, t'amden.
county, A. E. Wallers, College H'dl,
and A J . Y. Gulley, : Johnston county.
Tbe young men acquitted themselves
well, or, as the boye would say, "got
100." , After the debate the president.
Master W. E. Daniel, the, smallest man
at the college, calls open the super
visors or monitors for reports, and
these reports consist of criticisms,
which fall alike on grave professors and
unfortunate students adding to the
amusement of the occasion. The moni
tors were W. N. Jones, of Raleigh, and
P. O. Tatum, of Davie. ; ., .,
On Tnesday at 11 o'clock the trustees
meet in the chapel, and the reports of
the officers are read and other mutters
pertaining to the institution diaouaaej.
At 8 p. m. Bev. Dr. a O. Bitting, of
Richmond,' Ve., ' delivered ( before the
graduating class the annual sermon
from Luke 24th chapter and 45th verse :
"Then opened he their understanding."
" One who has read - Baptist literature
for tha last fifteen years, has read the
life of this gentleman, and one natural
ly expects to see a man whose form be
tokens care and years, bnt instead Dr.
Wingate introduces a man in the very
prime of life, who repeats bis text .with
the accents of a New Englander, and
his words to a strictly southern ear 1 at
first are rather.hars h, but aa he proceeds
with his masterly sermon, this seeming
defect becomes a real beauty of speech,
so that ears usually dull under the
preaching of the go pel are quickened,
and ha is listened to with rapt attention
for one hour. A' sermon of great
beauty and force. '; , ; . .
To-day (Wednesday) at II o olook, is
the time for the delivery of the address
before the graduating class by Hon,- W.
M. Bobbins, of Rowan. ' There Is a gen
eral expression of regret that this gea-t
tlemsnia unavoidably sbseat, bnt Dr.
Bitting read the address, which like the
ermun, cannot ' receive justice at the
hands of a reporter. - The subject mat
ter of the address was a resume of his
tory, showing from whence our govcra.
ment derived its origin, also its Uiuh
cieapreaen tin g a very dark picture, to
ranch so that the faces, of the thoughtful
looked glqpmy indeed ; but as he noared
the close of the address he. declared
there still was hope, and whert the ad
dress closed there were no dark faces;
but ths praises oj tha effort of the hop
orahle gentlemen were in- the mouth of
all agreeing with the President,' that it
waa a chsracteristio southern address,
and grand in every way. . Mr., Bobbins
waa very fortunate ia having Dr. Bitting
to deliver the address in bis steed,"
, We close hero for the . present in or
der that you may have tha foregoing for
to-morrow's issue; the rest will be
forthcoming. : '
,,:';'' -. X.X. Ji,
MB. MoGBHCB'9 ADDRK88 THIS
Eteniho. At the Invitation of the
Raleigh bar. Col. ; Montford McGehee
delivers an address this evening at
Commons Hall, la eulogy of the late
Hon. Wm. A. Grahw. , t is well tq
Commemorate the virtues of our de
ceased statesman, whose pathway
through life was a brilliant Illumination
nnmarred by a dark shadow, or by a
single break of ita glorious lustre. And
tha bar of Raleigh have chosen wisely
in selecting Montford McGehee , to' de
liver the oration on such an occasion,
But we will not anticipate.'' (at cJU
xens must aljen. an ru htr, sThcv
Win nftt regret an i fiour .spent tq, the
compsay of a fervid orator, of an elo
quent shaker, oft son of North Caro
ling, second (0 ' none In thought, In
beauty of expression, and in chasteness
eX expression as pure as the life of the
distinguished citizen who Is the subject
of his eulogy.".:,.'; v w ;
TLAflfl or ALL NATloa.--Mr. !B
T. Fulghum, publisher of the Inter
national Exhibition, Gtude, for the
southern-states, bas ' gotten up 5,000
copies 6f the Flags of all Nations for
general sale throughout the south, Ths
memorial ia printed in handsome col
ors, with the exact flag copy of every
nation on earth Jo the miudl ground
of tha printing is the Conquered iiaiVi
ner, witb lipes from Father Ryaa un
dernealh. It ia getting rapid sale in
this city, and will no doubt sell well at
other places. -7 Address,' It. T. Fnl
gkum, sola proprietor. ;., J ! r 1
I I P- VAuoaAsr. llr. T., B. Kings-
h'ar'-, vXioro, sst unuer one oi ut,
ulutn's sermons a fow Sundays since
nnd tnese a.re ri irapresiious a louna
in tbelorcn-ught.t jw... ,
I had the pleasure of hf-nriog Hev.
Dr. Vaugban, the pastoi- of t Frewby-
terlan church, - He ia about 53 years of
age; la a : Virginian tor birth,' anrt ts a
preacher or extraordmary powers. 1
do not hesitate to aay that he Is the
ereatest preacher and the greatest lu
lellect now connected with the pulpit
in North Carolina. On the occasion
on which I heard him, his subject was
Hume's famous attack upon the mira
cles of the Eacred Script ares, and It
was by odds the most vigorous, - the
meet' force M, J the - most dex
terous, v the . most compact : and
conclusive argument 1 ever heard or
read upon that subject It.waa a pro
digious mental effort, and I write him
down as one of two or three Intellectual
giants I have heard in defence of the
christian religion. His manner is won
drously grave, earnest, and impressive;
his voice is deep, sonorous, grsteful to
the ear ; bis enunciation la very distinct,
very deliberate ; his language is pure,
scholarly, artistic, the exact and titling
garb for Die great, siuewy thoughts
that follow each - other in solid and
imposing array. All his pulpit ex
ercises . axe distinguished lor their
impressiveness, and his prayer are
more remarkable than many intelligent
gentlemen's sermons. It is no wouder
that Dr, Peck and Dr. Dabney hold hint
in anoh high estimation) fhat the people
of Macon, Georgia, think him the mas
tor of the eelbmted Dr.' Palmer, of
Nsw Orleans. ; and thai Dr: Uog of
Richmond, ahonld regard him aa thft.
greatest preacher yet produced by vv?
ginia, -with one exception. Raleigh has
one great man in its midst, and it will
be exceedingly fortunate if Uoan retain
' MEETING AT LEXINGTON. .
At a meeting of the' democratic-conservative
party ' of Davidson couuty,
held at the court-house, in- Lexington,
N. a, on June 6th, 1876, Mr. li. h.
Holmes was called to the chair, and Mr.
Fred H. Stith elected secretary. --
On motion.. Mr. M. l'iuiiix ex
plained ha object of the meeting to be
to appoint delegates to the state aud
and district conventions.' ' '
On motion the following gentlemen
were appointed delegatra to tbe aaid
convention : . Messrs. O A Hunt, J II
Welborn, Jn Miller, W W Hix. 8W
Palmer, J W FitegeraldJlJ. M. Thomp
son, Jno H Swioegood, W L Thorn peon,
JItDelap, S 8 Jones,, J Faualen, J It
Evana, W Shelton, II W Iindsay, J
Bialofif, J M Roper, J Teague' W T
Moore, H W Brummell, J II Finch,
T. rope, F H, Stith. S Bjga, A
Bulla, J C Skeen, J G jjauatt, J Loftin,
W PEedwine, J BteL S A Mock, E
Roper, T D Cooper, B B Roberts, 8
BaiW H B Meares, J F Bell, 8 Craven,
P Headrick, M H Pinnix, I A Loach, It
W Thomss, C F Lowe,, S ' W Bice, G
llih y, F V Bobbins, S C Hanee, B 8
A'U f ton, J W Finch and A S Spaugb (
uud k was ordered that any member of
tan party from the county tn.ling the
convention ahonld be ooutdiered delr
egata.. w. ..,,.,,' ,;
.It was unanunously resolved, That
we heartily eudorse the c jure pursued
by our member of Congress, lion. A.
fecalesr and do racomuiendlhirnas. $
candidate foe re-olection. j , . '
The secretary was initrudted to send
a Copy of the proceedings to ths Ralsigh
Sentinel and News, Greensboro Patriot
and Salisbury Watchman, with tha re
quest thst they publish the same, .y
, L. H. HOLMES, Chairman,
Fkd H. Stith, Secretary." j ,,i j
: MEETING IN OBANGiL".., j
Flat Brvaa, Mr. Tabor Chchoh j
; u.u,. .:? :uit ? J Jnaeard, 187 '
EDnoa Sanmrcn t At a meeting held
at Flat River, Mangnm's township, O.
A. Peed was called to the chair and J.
L. Parriah was requested to act -as sec
retary. Tha following resolution was,
offered by J. W. Umsteadand unani
mously adopted: " j ' ;
WuksbahI Tbe services of Josiab
Turner to tlie peoples and tbe state have
been greater than all others whose name
have been mentioned m eonaecaou wiin
thaoffloeof Oovernor. Therefore, ;
1 Bttolvtd,' That we wiU reward him
for his services by voting for him for
Governor in despite of rail road corpor
ations and rings, -'! u-u : !
.i t..t -.;.ii a Ai Pats Cam. I
: J. K Pabbmb, Sec. - t-'s j j
: DELEGATES TO THE STATE J
'l:Hili"t :i-;iU tU;- i-v'l'l'il 9 HIT. j ,.
ROOM" 0iEMOCRATrrCOB8BR- i ,
vatitb Ex. Committed n j ,
, KaleiaKK, C. Mag 24, 1876.!
, la pursuance of the call o( the State
nemocraiie-Conservativa i Executive
Committee, delegates to the State Con
vention will meet in Metropolitan hall,
in thistity, on tha 14th of June at 13 On.
' Dy arrangement with the" various
railroad 'companies In the state, with
the exception of the, W. A W. R. B,
company, which declines any reduction,
delegates will be permitted to return
free upon producing a certificate from
tha secretary of the convention thai
they paid full first-class faro in coming
to the ame. ' W. B, Co. ' i '
! Chalrmani -
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The new Atlas hotel, Philadelphia,
Pa., conducted with pcial refarence
to quiet and pleaiant accommbdations,
By B. V; Pierce, M. D., of the World'
Dispensary, Buffalo, N. author af
'.'The People s jUommon sense Meui
. cal Adviser." eta., etc. XJs
The liver is the great depurtaUbn
(purifying) organ of the system and
has very appropriately been termed the
4beuseheeper" of our health, I have
oUttcrved in the dis-eclini'-room, and
also in making pot'-morUM cxamtna-
tinns or the bodies or tnose who have
died of diu'erentdlseases, that in a large
proportion of cases, tha liver has given
evidence of having at some time been
diseased. ' Liver affectlotis are equally
prevalent in beasts. .Every butcher
koows that the Users of cattle,', sheep,
and swine are ten times, as frequently
diseased as any other organ.-A healthy
liver each day secretes about two and a
half pounds of Mle. . When It becomes
torpid, congested, or if, U ova any cauxa,
it be disabled in Ilia performance at ita
duties, It is evident that the elemcuts
of the bile rhunt remain In the blood,
thus irritating, poisoning, and pervert
lug, every-vital process. ; Nature at
tempts to. rid the svsicru of these noxr
ious material by means of Other or
gans, as the kidneys, lungs, kin, He,
which become overtaxed in performing
their additional labor, and are ouable
to witlistand the iressure.'
Tbe brain, wl.leli in the Croat electri
cal center of all vitality, becomes over-
stimulated -with unhealthy blood, and
iail to normally perform. ita runcuoos.
Hence there is dullness, headache, im-
ra44 uicui vi a-a i7 luciiiut f i uiAsnucev
gloomy foreboding, and irritabilty of
temper. - When the blood ia diseased;
the skin manuests ' ducoioreo spou.
pimples, blotches, tails, carbuncles and
scroiuious tumors, ine siomacn ana
bowels, sooner or later become atieeted,
and cousiipation, piles, dropsy, dyspep
sia or diarrhepa, la the inevitable result.
SYMPTOMS OF UVKR COMPLAJLNT.
A lallow color of the skin, or yellow
ish -brown spots on the face and other
parte of the body ; dullness and drowsi
ness, with frequent headache ? dizzi
ness, bitter or bad taste. In he month,
dryness of the throat, and iuternal beat j
palpitation or tbe heart, a ry. teamg
cough, sore throe t, unsteady appetite,
tour stomach, raising or the rood, and
a cbosklnK sensation, in the throat ;
sickness and vomiting, distress,, heavi
ness, and a bloated, or mil reeling about
the stomach and sides ; aggravating
paina In the sides, back, or breast, and
about tho shoulders j collie pains and
soreness through the bowels; consti
pation, alternating with diarrhoea;
plies, flatulence, nervousness, coianess
of the extremities,' ruh of blood to the
head, .with aymdtoma or appoplsxy ;
numness of the limbs (especially at
night), and chills, alternating with hot
flushes : kidney and other urinary diffi
culties, dullness, low spirits, and gloomy
forebodiuKS. Only, a lew ol those
symptoms will be likely to .be present
in any case at one time. ' -;
Treatment. Take 1 Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery,' with small
doses of his Pleat-ant Purgative Pellt ti,
which act avao alternative on the liver.
For liver complaint nnd the various
affections caused by a diseased liver,
tliese remedies are unsurpassed, .Thi
Golden Medical, Disco very docs not
simply palllate.the disease, but It pro
duces a lasting effect. By its use, the
liver and stomach are changed to an
active, healthy state, tbe appetite Ja
regulated, the. blood purified and en
riched, and the entire system renovated
and restored to health. ' "'"'"'"-' !
The Discovery ia sold by dsuggista.
B. V. Pierce, M. D., Proprietor,
World's Dispensary, Bullalo, N. i ... .
,aiaaw-a ' '
s District Comvbmtiok. A conven
tion of the Democratie-conservaUve
voters of the Fourth Congrtial Dis
trict will be held kv tha cUy of Ral
eigh om - Tuesday, tha 43tlt. day ,ot
June next, for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for,, congress
and a presidential elector, and selecting
two delegates ta the St. Louis Conven
tion. A full attendance la earnestly
desired.' Each county will be entitled
to one vote for every one hundred votes
and fraction si part over fifty given lor
Merrimou In 1872. , ,; . m
By order of the District Executive
Committee. tu.', .. ..tj ..
,,. .. H, A. LOHDON, Jr.,,1
,;:!.;. :ir CWnnan. '
March 31sV ia:e : , ;iiiT j ;
: . roper ia the district will pleas copy.
' Tmb Dkmocbatio Conservativr
CoirVRHTIOl OF TH 5TH C'OHOItESS-
iohai, District or QBTH abo
una will be held in the court-bouse la
the city of Greensboro, at 11 o'clock a
m.. on Monday, the 12th day of June
next, for the purpose of 'nomlnatiog' a
i - J
canaiaase vxr. vongress, aun. ovm v
Presidential elector., and also of . ap
pointing two delegates to tbe National
Convention at ot, uomt. ' ' " ,
-.ir ..... . - E, B withers, ;
u,.' Hit .f-'l'-i fidii.Jw I, OAI.KS, ,!..? j
; , i Ex. Com. 5th Cong. Dat;
May 20th, 1876- , . v , , lt, . '
i Four convicts escaped from Sing Sing
Friday aud itot off by , capturing a lo
comotive on the Hudson River Bail-
roadi Two of them were obeuently
reoapvurea. p "aa -
Last week the coin and bullion in the
Bank of France reached the almost in
credible amount of two milliards of
francs, or four hundred millions of dol
At Ku taw. Ala,, is a piece of embrol
dcrv 118 years, old, owned by Mr,
Cleveland.-. 7: t. -r-r.'-:t7-,---
THE RALEIGH SENTINEL!
AdvertlaMBto wflj U baerted la the Daw?
bbtibss, at the foUowlus: rates per ss, ess
owe lach, er l mlalo lines. -
One square ooa time - $IM
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A CAtLFOB A 'COUNTY CQXVEN
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j As chairman, I am instructed by the
executive, committee of the Democratic-,
Conservativa nartv of Wake count v to.
give notice that there will be held a
couvention of the Democratic-Conser
vative voters of the county at tlie eotqt
bouse on tho 10th day of June next at
1 m . fi iT thai rviiftviaa idf annllnn IaI a
"! av wsaae iu 'voy vi avituiu uo,
gates to the state and congressional
district conventions and to consider the
propriety of nominating candidate for
public offices. .l am further instructed
to call upon tho chairmen of tbe various
townshin comm!tta Ia hnM mf.in0
in IKaIp ManAtiwA. lAim.titn. mm- .1. a .
87th day of May, ia order io appoint
delegates to this convention. . .
..W.. W. Joma, Chm'n.
BtoJi-a or strared frota ths sobscrlbev e
the evenlug of tlis 7th In.u n large rise
lad mulo . swarlv black.- with a - whit '
spot aa hs lama a -out ths alas of a quJls
dollar. Aay Information so that I can ret
bin wBl be thankfiulv received, and lb
captur and roovlction of the tbief liberally
rewarded. B. I). PLKA8AMTS.
Je dtf twigiM-. uiu r'nav. i-ii-jifJ
ALL MEN A 8FEEDT CURE.
. Waakneas of tha Back or Limb. mrietrsi
Affection of tbe Kidorv or Bladder. Invol
untary Dlschirge, Impotency, General De
ouny, narvousueaa, ! vynepaia, ' lauiraovi
iw epinte, voniusioa oi mess, raipnuor
of tbe Heart. Tiruidttr. Tremblincr. Dimness
f Bight or Uiddineas, Dlseasa; of ths Head,
I oroai, , nose, or cam. Anecuons or ins
Liver, Lnnes, Blomach or Bowel thoee ter
rible disorder sriaing from solitary Habits
of Touth secret snd solitary practices more
fatal to their victims than tha soM ef tha
Byrene to ths Mariuers of Ulysses, bllvuV
nlug tlieir most brilliant hopes and anticipa-
uuus. miHruv Hwwn iraws iimaimie.
destroying both Body and Mind. . i - . .
Married persons or voudk mea eontaainla-
tlng marriatre, suSeriDg from Ortranic and
myslcal - MeaKneaa, ixies or rrocreattvs
Power, Impotency, Praetratioe, Exhausted
Vitality, Involuntary Discharge, Non-JCree-tability,
Hasty Ean lesions, falpdatkm of the
Heart, Mervou Exciiabllity, Decay of the
PhvstcaJ and Mental fowers. Deranircment
of ail the Vital Force and Function, Nerv
ous Debility. Loss ot Manhood, Genera)
Weakness of tbe Omni, and Overy other
unhappy disqualification, tpeodil. remuved.
ami iuu meniy vnror miomi.
IO lOBBg IKS,
Tbrse are some of the sad and melaiirbollv
e'eeta prodaeed by early babita of vovth,
via: WeakneHS of the Back and Limbs,
Pains la th Head, Dimueai of Bight, Loss of
Maacolar rower, ralpitation of tha Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous irritability, Derange
ment of tbs Digestive Functions, -ara)
DebilHy, Bymptoo ef CoBsumpUoa, et.
Misjo-itt. The fearful effects on the
mlnrt m muc't Sn h d pm4h1 1 at ilmmtm
an, Confusion ef Ideas, Deprauleei -of Bplr-
Ita, Evil-Foreboding, A Torsion to Focti-ty,
Helf-Dlstruit, Love ef solitude. Timidity,
etc, er some of th evils produced. - ,i
ThoBsanus of persons ol all age ran bow
uar what M ths cans ef their daenniag
kealu, losing their vigor, becoming weak,
;le, nervous and emaciated, having a singu
lar' appearance about the eve,, eoaurh aad
symptoms of consumption. ,
A npreuv ure uarranieu
In recent Disease Immediate KHc No
Mercury. Person ruining their health, wast
ing time with ignorant prrtender and im
proper treatment, driving disease Into the
system by that Deadly Poison, Mercury,
Mii.lnir FaI-kI A fTuLiniut nf thfl llsil. ThmiL
Nose,dr bun. uver, urmta, etomaea -or
Bowels, speedily cured. let no dsllcacy pre-,
vent apply immediately. '' '
inclose (tamp to use on reply. - AOarm t
Dr. JokBswn, ,..,. . ,
SO. 7, SOUTH m' DERI IK ST.,
' BKTWKKS BAUtMORI A Mi
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Pstsusbubo Rsaaoao CoMhAst,1
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GHANUE OF SCHEDULE TO
tk effect bUNDAY. November 35th i
Lcst Petenburg atttJO A. M and iiSl P.
Arrive at WeMoa at w! A. X. cW P. M.
i- UOiNQ NOKTH. . . - ,k .
Leave Weld on at 7:35 A, M. snd 4 P. M.
' Arrive at Petersburg at UM A. M, sad
TKB P. M. i . . -r
Train coanect at Petersburg and Weldo
witb trains for all souther aad acnasrn,
point. Tickets uld to all sou thorn, souths
western ' northern and aaatern' nonla. and.
baggage ebacked through, i ! i
.,. fl. T, IA017GLA8,
feb 18-dJtw-tt V.. Superintendent.
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! f. Bajaaritan Nerrine .
' THE grsat Nerve OsBnror,
"(Adpaama, BL Vitus, Dance and
i- - all Narvoos Diaaasea : ths-ealy
(Bkknown positive remedy for fcuW
- - (.UcFiU. It has beea tested h
tW I tbousandJ aad has Bevcr. Sjeea
known to fail In s slag case.
Trial package . free. Kneloa
U m for Circular glTUig evU
octu-iaat i , Jtas74t.au 4oMpb, J4a
NEWS I SAVED HIS BACON t
Uavlnt! (sited two buudred hoes, ws are,
prepared to t) :1 ordvr tor home made bacon.
of all kinds a u
-1 ., E.C. CHRISTOPHERS A CO. '8,
WOmlngloa street, near City acala.
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't virf-.;.. Hwb,.ton,.,,..ab --
SEOWN'S VAETETT STORE,,,
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800 to fOO buahals per week rarairsd sndl
heap for cash only St w , '1'
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(.:-. ;.. . i f,!?-! OATTIS A JONES
Uk4 SoereU for lAit a4 CrrQtaV
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