'TUE KALEIGII SENTINEL, i
AdvaetlaaaMats win bahmrfed sstbstlaaii
esariau.at ths followlnc rates pat atoaraal
see mei, er taa silntos lines. ,
. One at a ue one Urns " '- ' ' VL0O
. . " ' ' u . each subeeqoent taaertloa , "T
UAILtrwtKKLT iVD SEWI-WTZKLr
1 Official Orcaa of Kcrti Caram.
STATE PRINTING A BINDING
osstaaaa wees . 90 ,r
auara, 1 week.... SM 1
I " 1 SMtatb...... 0n
" 0 asoths.. ..... ........ IS 09
'H ESTABLISHMENT, 'y
iutm o siaecairrioa. ..-
Pally Sentinel 1 year la advance.... ....08 00
fmil y Kit miU In ad rauc. ,...,,..., 4 (10
mnbi Weekly 44 ...
Weekly BrcUiMd - " W
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The Uailt twnnT will be delivered la
RALEIGH ' IST. C.; ; MONDAY JUNE '12 1876.
Kt tn J a r S CO
u;puto tbaUiy at ruteeoLarite a weak.
TUE JtALEIOlI SENTINEL
The present vara spell will gum a
, - iTr -.r. y ) : ,o
demand for our beautiful
PLAID AND PLAIN LIKENS, V "
w v; BUinTEB MOHAIRS, "
rrosTED linens and lawks.
All of, whiult w v itovr Toowt ing a
freshsupply, , , , , ' ' . ,
AW tor the grmUeoien a full stock of
H. ' . , ' .,',;.. i ;' S ,1-. !.
lbs fasliionable ,ito
4 v- i.. . i ... i.-
in several styles, and Um . slotw and
-'is 1 Ls.r.
A caao of new (early nimmrr) Bilk
IprU - W. H. K. H.TCCKEK
"JWrEVElt BEFUUE EQUALLED!
The Largest Stock on
r. n'CIKU In Jltlwirntd.
lis is stiU at Um old BUnd with larger
D, B, CENTENNIAL GOODS.
rOl'KTIl iCLT CtJTTfSNIAL OOODS.
1776- -1 LATSSf ST7LES-
-- Look at my -fetort Fashion TUbe and
obooas your style.
CLOTHS, ' f't'-
I i Htrrrrsaa
In rcl anything you wsut." Come" and
sea me, I know I can snit yon.
i at Um oXTplaoe, one door soath of the
Southern Express offioe.
I guarantee aU mj fits.
0 'j?&X WEIKELk
. 1 -
at 11,95 per WO Iba.
,000 la plendM Bale4 OaU at P&jht
- 04TTU A JOKIS' .
Orals and Feed Store
The t3d fVMloe of air Bcliaot will eoee
JdW JO. UI7. a4 ontlniu trm aMiatha.
Tuttloa, Board sad U aehlnjc twr eeatloa
1 B. C PATTOS, Print Inal,
Jnne gdeodlM , Mommtie, Mi C.
oiimsiii cf YiBQimi, ;
O DXMtKLAW LXCTCKIS l aloe warklj V
O bffla Ulih July, 1HT6, aad end 13U Sep-
uaber. liar prvvea oi ugaaj e
atndcate whe dclpi to pureua tbclr aiudic
at thli or other La w-eahool : id. to I boa who
propoM to read prirately ; aad 3rd, to prac
titioners who have not had the advantage
of svateiaatle laatraetion For circular ap
ply (P.O. UpWenttr ' Vajto Jons B.
Uieoa, Pmi. Cosh nd tat, Law. '
MIKX MO INHAQf M1TS TILL TOU
Whlck tbrilllnff tnUreet, eterltnf SBeria,
tcuiM aad rtoeapeaaa, b4 ebaolatajy so
It to !The TUiog" iot Ue CcplfpahU
period -uk re ps aieht.
The North Americas Seview ears It U "d
tervtDf ef anqualiled praiae we aatidpate
for It aa azt?Da1ve popelarlty": the Dubaqae
TtBMaaaT"Jaatech a work ae thousand!
of the Aaieriraa Fenpie vUl be rlad to pol
ar": taa Detroit Advertise calls It "ir
terablete aev yettmbllabed." ANT ACTiyl
MAM Oft Ok AH of rood address Insured
Urje prpfitf nd atcety work for a year.
Fee all partlralsrs, addrpas -
J. K iO&O tU, 87 Park Place.
. eprt64t ,, & . . .ewfork.
ACKXTSltt ILIGAKT OILCPROWOS
Bwunted, stM vxll, lor 11. ovrliiee
sad C routes re srery deecrtptlos. heTtOVAl.
. tsaeso, ta, phu4 p. . i
' r - : ,
.a H . " ;
iost oitice directoky. .
! For the beneCt of the public, we pub
lh the following directory of the post
onios or thiseitrt ,.-
Westero mail closes -sr 1 1 :1 5 a; m.
! ., arrives &2t p. m,
rjketera t closes -.- 3:03 p. m
'? " . arrives s 11:45a.m.
Cbsthaai " closes - . : 3:00 p. m
? , 44 . ' " arrives' , 9:45 a. n
H. A o. B. K. mail closes u 0:30 a. m.
t vh j, f arrives 3:18 turn.
uirouirn nort&cra vis u. u .
It. 1L close 9:30a.m.
Thraucb northern via U. & Q. i
B. K. arrives . . &4S t.nf
inrougn norujera via uoide- ;
boro closes i 3:03 p. m
Dirongh northern via Golds -. .
j boro arrives r - r 11:45 a,- m.
1 OUice hours for delivering mails from
7:30 a. m. to e:3U p. m. .
i Money oruera are uaueu ana paiu
irom &15 a. m. to 4 p. m- . ... . - . t
Letters can be resristered from 8:13 a.
ra. to 4 p. m. . - -i- -;
Office hoars on Sundsys from 4 p. m.
to a p. m. '
, vy. w. uoLDKjr, tr. m.
i W. Q. Hill lodge meets this evening.
r. IL Winston, Jr., Is' at the National.
1 No poliCJ news to-day worth report
log."1 .v'-' ,:;r;
la what ball is oar state ooavenUon
to meet? :-" ' ' ' !.:.
' The conoert at TeiOi loettite ooum
off Thnrsday evening. , , ,;
1 Concert at the Baptist rem ale Semi
nnry Weduesdsy evening. ! -
About 25 persons of color1 were bap
Used yesterdsy afternoon at Taylor's
pond. , ; : .
The extreme heat of the weather on
Sunday kept lots of goodchiiitiant from
church, i . ,,..',; ... , r," ' . ,
What arraDgemenU have been nude
for, the proper reception of our state
convention ! ; ,
) Though the city l crowded with vial'
tors the merchants ' oamphtiti of the
dullness of trade.
i J J Litchford, of this ciiy, is tpokeu
of In connection with tho -democratic
nomination for auditor. : " ' "
1 This morning the grand jury of the
federal conrt was' diwharged. The
eoort will probably .adjourn Friday. "
A new bar is Uiug arrsuged in the
eoartlionae. v sboula have anew
and more eonunodioaii eonrt house.
Delegatos to t'te demooratio state
convention, whLii meets fn this; city
next Wediiosday, are arriving Ly every
M Juvenile windmills" is what Um
eouutry peojile call the youngsters who
took the conveulion In cliarxe hit Sat
urday. . 1 'vr
Kev. J, C Tsylor, of Wilmington,
delivers the literary addicts before tho
jeuug -IsJlc of the Tapli.t. female
Seminary to-morrow eveohig; hi : the
The Norlolk excursionists got back
Saturday night about 9 o'clock. . Every
body that went is willing to swear that
it was the most pleasant excursion ever
gotten up. '
It is said that Governor Brogden will
appoint T. R. Pnrncll Buprintendant
of Tablio Iastxaction vice 8. D,. foql,
whose resignation take effect on the
$0Ut of this month. v "! ,
t CapL J. E. Tiugger, of arrenton,
arrived in this tiiy Saturday afternoon.
The Captain is here to complete his
arrangements to open a graded school in
this dty same tte nexrrnonth. ; "
In jasUee to the young msn of Tack
era store we would say that the young
man who had the gaps and was too
chicken-hearted to squeeze the young
lady's hand, was a married msn antf
'sorter'' tan-pecked. ,t . , .
lion. 3. B. Vance, IIon.T. L. Cling-
man, and numerous other distinguished
gentlemen from different portions' of
Um state, arrived in the city this after
noon. The hotels and boarding bouses
are filling with delegates to the state
and district conventions, ,4 '. ;
Cotton receipts for the week ending
Jons 10th, 101 bale earn week last
year, 2C4 bales ; decrease in receipts for
week this year, ICS bales; whole re
ceipts since 1st September, 1bt5, to
nata, Qf.Bli Daiesi same tune last year,
83,757 bales ; increase n receipts to date.
The Young's Men's Christian Associa
tion will hold Us regular monthly meet
ing at its hall over rqnsQri'i ckJc
on fo-myrrow nighA. Business of much
importance is to be transacted, via : the
election of delegates to the National
Convention of Young lfen's Christian
Association, and the consideration of the
gnestion of establishing a Sunday-school
lb) peoiteutiary. A full a'-Wndaooe
ii deeiretL c ,-
j j'.THB CITY.
Dkumatbs' AproiaTED. Ia, our pro
ceedings of the county . convention Sat
urdav we were not furnished with the
list of delegates to the state 'and con
greasional diatrtot conventions in time
for publication that afternoon. ,We give
iH4 JaOl-L,,..,! .ill '.,, .ji
'i--' ST ATS OOSVEWTtOH.
DO Fowlo, Soaion Galea, George W
Thompson, W B Cox, IT J(I1 BmiUt,
Peterson Dunn.' Sol J Allen' D'B 'Hol
land, WB Pool, George H8now, B'H
Battle, Jr., Joseph A Harris, Armistesd
Jones, 8 A J Penny, Dr Hutchinson,
Dudley Peed, D O Honeycutt, ' Sf B
Boyster, J B Collins, N A Bamsay,
Wyatt HoDemaa, Jl H Jones, Anderson
Clements, W E TeU, 31 W Page, Dr W
T HerndoB, Asa Oreen, A S Pollard, M
Smith, O W Norwood, J H "Hemming,
W B McDade," Daniel ' Jackson,' J R
Warren, D M Carter, J M Heck, P Me-
Gowan, F H Busbee, PhcrwooJ ' Hay
wood, J J Litehford, A C Sanders, W
IlChamblee, M Whitley, A J Montague,
Dr L W Bobertson, J W Smith, A O
Mills, W E Biehsrdson, James Lee,
James XI Jonos, O H Alford, Jesse A
Norris, O B Alford, J F ; Bailey, W J
Ward, J P Beech, " John Garner,
8 J Allen, J Q 8haw, W J t?uit, J T
Nichols, John Deverenx, It Q Dunn,
A W Haywood. J J Youne. O B Band.
J W Jones, B D Williams, G W Crock
ett, Caswell Powell, P U Passer, N W
Pool, Walter Jeffreys, Madison Bangh,
B B Buffalo,' L D SUpkcnsoo, N J
Whltaker; Dr! P IVtace, M Stevenson,
W B Smith, A O Dunn, Df S J Monta
gue, HuUou Watkins, W K Hunter, Dr
S A Williams, Jos Goodwin, W B Up-
chnrch, A F Thompson, C B Boot, D
L Royster Matthew Moore, C B Ed'
wards, Joseph Green, T C Fuller, J P
U Buss, Dr Thos D Uogg, 8 A 'Ahe
Walter Clark, J C Maioom, Geo II
Williams, Johnstone Jones and J C
' " DISTRICT COmrfiWTIOX. ' "
T r Devereux, Henry Broom, J L
Watson, Henry Powell, James Temple,
Cha. lllnton Dr. W T Herndon, A S
Pollard, M Smith, Asa Greene,
Borrell, M W Psge, Dr. P Peace, JT J
Wbltakcr, L D Stephenson. Bryan
Smith,' J B Strain, B T 'Temple, John
Watkins; J J Bailey, P Dunn, J 11
Fleming, W II Chamblee, T J Wlggs,
M ' Wliltley, A. J MonUgue," Burtis
Strickland, J It Jones, Jesse A "Norris,
G B Alford, M G UUey, G II Alford,
M T Leach, A D Royaler, E R atamps ,
J A Haywood, A M Jiewis, PF Fabon,
Alfred Vpcburcb, W II Bledao, A G
Jones, C U , Clark, J R Young, Al-
vin Bctts, A F rg, q E McCullera, 8
S Turner, T B Crowdcr, James Adams,
A J Pr nny, Dudley Peed, Doctor
Uutchinaon, DO Honeycutt, b G Hoi
toman, J T Buhee, Thomas Johns, L
A Fort, Haywood Grifttco, B F Walton,
S J Allen, J Q Shaw, O W Perry, H W
Nichols, J.JfFerrellr W. JWanLl-F
Bailey, J P Beck,, W Lassiter, John
Garner, 0 W Norwood, J Y Chappell,
W 8 Hobgood, Willis WhiUker, J 8
Haley, MB Boyster, DB Holland, W
PBurt, A B Freeman, GGMaynard,
Elijah Mills, Wiley Holleaun, J McEl
Ungton, Jos A Hood, J B Nowell, W
Richardson, J T Watts, Jos A Harria, J
D Cosby, W W Jones, John W Borton,
3 0 Birdaong, B Dobbin, G V Strong,
K B Broughton, TUos Q Jeckins, C M
Busbee, G M Smedes, Joseph Blake, E
G Jones. , Any democrat of the county
in good standing present at eithur of tU
oonveutions is eutiUed to be considered
a delegate. . i 's-- i
Scrams Cockt. Court met at H
o'clock ; all Justices present. Causes
from the 24th district were called :' "
Hardy, administrator, tfc' Collins
Central ' Railway Company, from New
Hanover. Argued on petition to rehear.
L Buf sail and Deyane k Devane for
plaintiff, and Robert Strange,' Wright k
Stedman and Battle, Battle k Mordecai
for defendant "' ' "
Amos W1 Ts. City of Newbern, from
barteaet. '" Argued by Messrs. 'Fowle,
Green and Justice for plaintiff and
Smith k Strong, contra. ' . ' " V
McFad;en vs. Council from Bladen.
Certiorari for issues and papers. Or
dei si returnable inaUnter. . - ' '
Court adjourned until tomorrow at 9
O'clock, :t ... . . , . t4 , ,
1 " i 'a ' ' 1 '- "
( - ; iOUUm DISTRICT. '
The Demociatic-ConKrvative' Con
vention for the Fourth Congressional
DUtrfc! will meet In Mejroppjilan hal,
cu TucJay( June 13tbj 1870, at 12 m,
U. A Lo.nuox, Jr.,
5 . : ' v Ch'ra Ex. Com.
New please copy.
i ' mim ' ' - - '
. Alwava keen on hand aa rlnl.w
peases luorig. Jf you fee ajnea,
coming npon you, take a dose of Dr
Bull sTetetable TCU1 Ther can rla
you no harm and may save you frost ths
sick room, Priot ZeU. .
, U.S. CmviT Covut Court met
this mornlnj at 10 o'clock, Judge Bond
presiding. , Ths following cases were
taken op and disposed pi ; , , v.r, , - j
Seymour A Co. , vs the Western rail
read company ; continued for the plain
' i L. Q. McRaa, asalgnse, va W. L, Gil
mors ; rejwt of referee mads and con
firmed. Judgment In favor; of plaintiff.
i W. II. Grejerson vs Atlantic & North
Carolina rallro' i company. Judgment
for plalnuff for tSOO. j r ,u .SJUf
,G. P. Stelnbsch ,vs T, F. Xee; eon
tluned for plain tiff with leave to amend
pleading. u..,Ui .v-fiy tt-r
: Wm. Bradahaw vs Thos. J, Jones
Judgment la favor of, plainUff for IL
083.14. , ,. , ,
i National life Insurance company ts
Wm. T. McGee ; judgment for defen
dant for 11,050; , - . .
At the hour of coin to Dreaa some
one oi we innumerable pending motions
m tne swasey case was being argued.
Escapb of a Pbisonkb. Yeattr
day niomlng James B. Kin ton escaped
from our jail and Is still at large,' Kin-
tou is an old offender against the Unl
ted Stales revenue laws, and was sen.
tenced to 18 montlM Imprisonment in
Ue Albany, N. Y-, penitenUary at Um
present session of the United States
Circuit Court. He picked the- locks of
tne jail and wa discovered just as be
was breaking through the plank fence
around the jail yard; Pursuit waa
once made, hut up to the present writ-
tuguuuuug uaa ueen neara irom mm.
MEETING IX CURRITUCK COUNTY
At a meeting held in Curriuck eonntv
by the oonservaUvs) party June 6, 1870,
s. r. w uaon was maue ciiatrman and
W. IL Cowell secretary. The chairman
called the meeting to order and explained
iU object W. B. bhsw moved that a
oommittea of three be appointed to draft
nwiuiiuiM lur uiv oouaiumtuon oi tne
meebnar. Messrs. w. B. Bhsw. Dr. J.
J. Baxter and W. G. -Granburv consti
tuted that, committee, and reuorted Um
sui.joiuea resuluuous, wliu-U were unan
imously adopted. '
W Jtereaa, We, the people of Currituck
county in convection assembled, believe
that mm only hope for the future pros
perity of this country snd the upholding
ef civil liberty rest solely nnon the twin-
oiplesof the Uemocratio party; there.
fore, . , . , ' . ti
t Itesolved, That we pledire ourselves
to givs our earnest support to the nom
inations of our state and district con
Itosolved. That we reooeniae . IL W.
R&naom and A. & Merrimon, our Sena
tors in the U. 8. Benste, ss genUemen,
ss statesmen and patriots, and extend to
them our heartfelt thanks for their
earnest support of trus principles
; itesotveu, last in our able repreaen
taUvs, Hon. J. J. Yeates, wa rseogniae
the true and patriotic principles . that
becomes a representative of a free peo
ple, and extend to him our thanks for
bis untiring seel in wstohina? ever and
defending the rights of bis constituents,
and the delegates to the district conven
tion be instructed to vote for him for
renomination. ' ; ' ' 1 -
Bseoived, That w recommend to our
state convention as a man endowed with
every virtue tlvat makes manhood noble,
and one who we believe worthy for the
honors of the gubernatorial chair, OoL
W. F. Martin, and hereby instruct ana
delegates to vote for hirn. .
KesolveU, That in It. K. Speed, of
Elizabeth City, we reeogniae a true and
tried patriot, one .who waa. always true
to the principles of riirht. and most
heartily recommend him as candidate
for Secretary of State, and hereby in
struct our delegates to east their ; votes
lor mm. ... ' -. :- : ,
Besolved. That in Ute event Currituck
county has narepresentauon in the state
convention, - that J.- - WhedUe, -of
tiizabeta City, and Heaton Gales, of
Raleigh, be appointed proxies snd are
hereby .empowered and requested to cast
the vote of Currituck county.
Besolved, That the proceedings of
this meeting be sent to ths Raleigh eten
tinel and Euornist, and request their
On motion of H. E. Baxter, five dele
gates were appointed to attend the atate
convention at Raleigh, er any citizen of
the county in accord with the party be
constituted s delegate.
E. Holt, W. C. .Mercer, H, E. Baxter,
Jas. U Weodham nd CoL 8mita were
appointed delegatea. r'u; .ii..
On motion of Dr. Bell, the same nam
ber of delegates, with the same proviso,
wss adopted for the district and senato
rial conventions. ' 1 -'
Messrs. John Barnard. Jr.. Andrew
Williams. J. E. C. BelL Tbadeons Hall
and Henry White were appointed. v;sie-
DELEGATES TO THE STATE
Booms of Democbatic-Coxser.
- 24, 187i
, vativb Fx. ConirrrrxB.
In pursuance of tho call of Um State
pommivtee. delegates to the Slate Con'
veotlon Will meet in Metropolitan halt,
In this city, on the 14th of Janeat 12m.
.. By arrangement with the various
railroad companies in Um atate, with
the exception of the W. ft W, ft. B,
company, wb, decays any reason.,
deleg f P bo wrmitted; to return
rrce upoq proaticinz crtiucsie irom
the secretary of ths convention-, that
they paid full first-class fare in coming
ilo tns same. w. iu tox,
.. . " Chah-man. "
FOB GOYEBNOB-i-COL, D.' D.
Ptr asawt Horn, Camden Co.,"N. C.-
j .j j.. . i, .. , !..Jbjm 1876.
' I Mm Eorroa: Following the example
os several oi year correspondents 1 sug
get aaa vary. avaiUitU .ejwdidateior
(iovernor the distinffnhihed trenUeman'
whose name heads this article. As a con
servative, old time whig, 1m would not
only have the undivided support of bis
own party, bnt would draw f off many
ota time wuigs rrom ' the republic in
suty. At a time, than, when saeosss is
o doubtful, U it not highly innortant to
seleot a candidate who can poll the lar
gest vote f CoL Ferebee is possessed of
nue reasoning powers, a good debater,
well informed., in : state and riftMwnl
politics snd well known thtouehont the
auuo. ue wouia matte s strong snd cred
-... U-W I a
itable canvas and if nominated will
carry the state by a large majority. r .
': " 1X7 S B COM PLAINT..
By B. V. Pierce, M. D of the World's
, Dispensary, Buffalo, 3i. r M author of
"The People s Common Sense Medi-
1 cal Adviser," eta., ete. , ,
- The lirer is the irreat denotation
(purifying) organ of the system, and
nas very appropristely been termed the
nouseheeper" of our health. I have
olaerved m the discling-room,iaad
also in msking pot '-mortem examimv-
unns or um oodies or tuofe Who have
died of different diseases, that In a large
proportion oi cases, um liver has given
evidence of having at some time been
diseased.' Liver affections are equally
prevalent in oessts. jsvery outcner
knows that Um livers of cattle, sheen.
and swlns are ten limes as frequently
diseased as any other organ. A healthy
liver eacn day secretes aiJout two and a
half pounds of bile." When it becomes
torpid, congested, or If, from any cause.
It be disabled la Um performance ot its
duties, it is evident thst Uie elements
of the bile must remain In the blood.
thus Irritstlnjr, poisoning, and pervert
ing, every vital process. Mature at
tempts to rid tho system of these nox
ious material by means, of other or
gans, as the kidneys, lungs, skin. etc..
which become overtaxed in performing
tneir additional labor, and are unable
to wunatand tho pressure. ,
! The brain, which is the crest electri
cal center of all vitality, becomes over-
stimulated witb unhealthy blood, and
fail to normally perform its functions.
ttente there is dullness, lieauacbe, im
pairment of Uie memory, diuiness.
loomy TorelKidings, and imtabilty of
temper. H ben the blood is diseased,
the akin manifests discolored spots.
pimple, blotches, bolls, carbuncles and
scrofulous tumors.-' The stomsch and
bowels, sooner , or later become affected.
and coiistlttaUonr-pile. dropsy, dyspep
sia or diartbaa, is the inevitable result.
SYMPTOMS OF LIVER COMPLAINT.
A sallow color of the skio. or yellow
ish -brown snots on the face snd other
parts of the body f dullness and drowsi
ness with frcouenV-'headacliei dizxl
ncas, bitUr or had taste in the mouth,
dryness of the throat, and internal heat ;
palpitation of the heart, a dry, teasing
cough, tor throat. Unsteady sppetite,
sour stomach, raising of the food, aud
aebotkin sensation in the throat:
sickuen and vomiting, distress, heavi
ness, and a bloated, or full reeling about
Uie stomsch; and aides i aggravating
nains in the sides, back, er -breasts and
about the shoulders ; collie pains and
sereness-threug h the-bowels ; epn?tl'f
patloo, alternating . wlui disrrhta;
piles, flatulence, nervousness, coldness
ef the extremities, rush of blood to the
head, with eymdtoms of appoplcxy ;
ttumncssUf the limbs (especially at
icht), and chills, alleniatius wiili hot
flaahea : kidney and other urinary diffi
culties, dullness, low t piriis, ami gloomy
orcbouiiigs. Uuiy a lew ot lttoae
symptoms will be likely to bs present
in any case atone time, ' . "
THEAfMKjCT.-'-Take Dr. Pierce's
Ooldca Medical Discovery, with small
doses of bis Pleasant J'urgalivs Pellets,
which act as aa slteanstive on the liver.
For liver complaint and the various
affections caused, by jadmesed. liver,
tliese remedies are uusurpassed, , 1 he
Golden Medical Diccvcry docs not
simply palliate the xliaeae, but iL pro-r
duces a laaUag effect. ' By its use, Uie
Lver and stomach are chsnged to an
active, healthy state, the appetite is
regulated, the blood purified aud en
riched, and the entire system renovated
and restored to health, -' v
The Discovery is sold by dauralate.
R, V, Pierce, M. D.. Proprietor,
World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. J. D. Whitaker is selling good
oak wood at $3.50 ; pine S3.00a3.25 per
cord dohvered, provided the easb at
tenda the order. r If h has to collect
by ticket he will in all cases charge old
prices. Call on him in rear of Citiaens'
JVHOLESALB- CASH -PRICES
tTeeted by -
1 1 P. C. Clia.8TOPUR3ACa
lAunea, Jobs , 18Tk
v,?m- i cu.
, low u4
Low MlUalingS, .
Interior a4 dfa-ty, . ,
. - ' miiilL
, Cotton Tr. 6i cents.
floor, Nortb Carolina 90.0Ult&
Cora iJiiW cents.
! Cora M4l, TJuj! - :'; 1 1
hacoa,. C,Vi K4t :
7 bams l-Vilo.
' Bulk. Meats, Clear JUb aides, UIX
? V , abotildera, V eenta. t: ,
Lard, Nona Carolina, .
i v .- StTU UorCM. .
i Coffee, Prtms Klo SSS.
1 . - . Good,sl(3.
! Com in ob.
t lyrap, ft. U. rt. - - -
O TIO Ei ',1 f; l :t
8tol-a or strared frost the fubscriber ea
the eveslng ef the Tth taet.Be ktrse slse
stud ssale aearly hUt k, wtth a white ,
spot os bl lamp a out tb slia of s sjuarter
dollar. Any snfermattita ao that I eaa et f
bta wul be thankfully received, and the
capture and eonvktloa of the tblef liberally
rewarded. B. D. PLXAOAMTO. .
, IsS-ditt .....
j Owci r 5upniaiTipinf, '
1 . PsTSlS( Sin SM Ban east a an J Wane an a as a
Peteisbuix, Vs , November s, I 75. j
nniNUI OP ICHIDULl TO
V.taks efleet 8i: KD A V, Ntvaabar SUh t .
Leave Petaahurr mlUJta A. af. and 1T p i
Arrivs U Weldos at 0-53 A. IL O il P. St.
. 4KIINU NOKTU. . :fi
Leave WelJoo at 7:84 A. M. aad 4 P. X.
Arrive at Feterabnrr as 11:4a A. M. mmd
7.07 P.M. ,
, Trains connect at Petersharg aad Weld on
with trains tor all southern sad aorthera
points. Tickets sold la all aouthera, asath- .t
w 11 era, nankrra aad . luiin r.tni. ..J
bagfa( checked Ihruab. -
feb lWd-w-tf. " ; , . Supertiiteadent. ' ,
flTlTTTTT "-va a itmaiir
m t 101 arest nerve vonqneror,
V v ' aAenres KpUopOeriu,ConvoUona, w
Vlma, ttu Vitus, Dance snd
an . . .
nervous uiaeases; tne only
a noaltlve remedv for EnaV
k . ripUcFita
L I knows to
V"!L Trial peel
Fits,. U has bees tested by
sua nas never seea
fall la s single cue.
.are tree. 1 anctoaeft
J itamp tor Circulars glviag srl-
deuce ul euros. Ad dr
1 Anaress. . .
,Pa a. A. RICHMOND. v.,.t
oct lS-lla , Bex 741, 6U Joseph, Xe
JATEST SEWS 1 SAVED III BACON t ..
Hsvtaia salted two huudred Bon: we are '
pre Dared to 111 orders for hoaaa nude basaai A
of all kinds at
F. O. CmKHTOPHEBS k CO.tV"
, WUnsinron street. nearCUy aVales. '
(lit p a day at home. j Agents wanted
PA? ntat asd lernu free. XKU C A CO..
; march 7-lv . Aurusta. alaloa
CODTnEKXPOUCT-HOLDIB. - ' - '
A a Tnsuraoce Journal devoted to tha inter.'
eat of Policy-holders. Contains air the ta
saraoce Uteratnre of the day. Oaly Jorar- .
ance paper In North Carolina. Treats of both '
life and rire luuraace, srposlnf wHd-eat
companies and commendina the stronc ones
to the people of North Carolina, the paper ,
for those Interested hi loswrenee ' ..... t
Subscription tilM in advance. . Advertlaa. .
aunt Imerted at reasonable rates. ' '
; v .. 'Address, i ,r
, JNo.anuTsoNV .
" ' ' ' Editor and Proprietor,
septS4f Kalelgh, ti. ;
JORTH CAROLINA WAKE COUNT T
IS vas'rrrsaios cocar, 'February, 1 670. ',
JoaeiibiD.. Pnvvll nl.inlie m.miMl U.rw !
M. Alien, William H. P.. FerrelL Kiehard .
Ferrell, James IVbltlry and others. Proceed
lar for parUtion ef laml. ... , d;
1 To William IL F. FerrelU one of the de
fendants above named, wbo Is not a resident
mis Biaia. r .':..- t t,:
Ton are hereby reauired to annear at the
ofllceof ihe Clerk of the eupeiior Court
March neat, 1878, and answer the complaint
Hied to said efltce, or -be plaintiff will apiav
to the Court for the relief demanded In amid
complaint. .. ,. i' ....,..,'..
':..... -'J It. BUIfTIKQ, Clerk.'
MOOBS A (lATM.IO and llSIWOOD Dlalntiffa ;
AUnraryn.' ' v. "
wares lB7S-r6w. H i tr!fh,.i,:
I, ft. Wait- - ' 0. N. '"Warrv -
examine riucrs at'"..' .,.;, '.f;
Ready... Hade ClctHng
For Ilea, r oaths, Boys aad ChDdrea , -i
' fttylbh, Darable aad cheao . s
" Burs to please.' ' ' '"'"'? 1
DOMESTIC! DltT GOODS,
KoTIONS, HOSIKKY, GKXT'S FUBW- ,
isitiito Goons, Gloves, Neck-
Weak, Collars and Ccffs
i UlBBOXa, EDOIKOa AND
KilHlTTAM FIRE WHITE anETS.
Alse sa CNLiCXDRlID OHIRt which we
gaaraak s le bs ot WsatsatU Vaslla
' - ; t-- -
. , asd Btchardsoa'a. Llssti wefl ; , ,
" 'J: saade, warranted to It. - '
1 totTtL(ai4eea:; u ' ' "
:,.;! v i. . ;
Shofft, -lUts, Boots fttd Cop?,'
UoaiM.aa, Tacirxa, Talmes, Bern t
? sxbClothxs, Coats b AXD Cam 1 '' '
. - , ; .,a Aa,', -. . ,;
We retarn oar thaaks te ear friend sad
former patrau paat favors sad. selirtt
a cooUnttaUoa of the same. Our goods will ,
bs sold for cash and a very small nmat. Call
aad aae as at the aaa old stead, two doers
above the aw Wet east aide iaieuevtue at.
' xtcspectlully.- y ,
D. 8. WAITT & BBO. -Marsh
GBEAT MEDICAL B60"
Uk4 rWrU for .Udiec cmd Getartt
Sent frroj for two LtuBPti. Addrefft L
t T. siotvv M BDioaU. J vrrrui
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