page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
t ar - s
VOL. XXII -NO. 127.'
RALEIGH, N. C,, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY U, 1370.
PRICEj FIVE CENTS
; ' '
TUESDAY. JULY 11, 1876.
Uraatl leaeertle Rallfleatloai
nertlag -Thin Radical At
tempt at One Oranl'i XXaorUa
amlAa Evaag eltcal UavcriH
meat Tramp Hob Yanee ai a
Waskijioto!, p. C.t July 7, 1876.
Editor &kumI ; A grand meeting of
the District deroomcy to ratify the ad
mirable nominations ' 1 Tilden - and
, Hendricks, fck place here last night,
aud was celebrated In a manner .that
reflect credit oa the Jackson Deno
cratlc Association aud other clnba
chiefly Instrumental In getting it np. It
it ganerall r conceded oa all sides to
Jiaye been the largest and moot enthusi
astic political assembly which has oc
curred in tbe District in twenty yean.
To see a multitude estimated at 20,000,
iucludiug tlte ladles quite a number of
whom were present, standing for Are
consecutive hour in the midst of the
excessive heat and a threatened storm,
eagerly listening to the enthusiastic and
able speeches delivered by representa
tives from every section of the country,
was a tight which, together with the
elaborate display of pyrotechnics, ban
ners, transparencies, torchlight and
patriotic , enthusiasm, has not. been
equaled since 1810. . " ' v L
targe Dumber or government (employes
were assessed to raise funds for and at
tended ex necessitate the Hayes and
Wheeler meet ins lately held at the same
place," the attendance was not near so
large nor ilie display half so extensive
as lust night. Tbe reason undoubtedly
Ja tlut :ihrej. no section of the coun
try where tit people are more familiar
"IliiAiu'tt a twt ..a...!.
GESEBAI. BA8CALITI E8 Or TUB FRES
. ' B.1T A DMIMI8THATI01V,
"which to be bated needs only to be
teen," than lu the District vf Columbia.
" lure we are In the Immediate presence)
of the While House, tbe District ring,
the real etate pool, the freedmen't
est in'gs bank, (in which the hard-work
ing colored laboring men in all parts of
the country bad placed their little earn
ings in the bands of tbelr radical friends
ouly to be swindled in the most out
rageous manner,) the Babcock Harring
ton safe-burglary conspiracy, tbe treas
ury robberies, the stealings in the office
: of the late. District-attorney, Fisher,
(whtMte n-tiue the President has recently
sent to the eeuate to be confirmed district-attorney
in Delaware, and whose
sou is now In jail for stealing,) the ill
treaUveut, if not robbery, of, those
whom even a Jeffreys would have pitied
the iomate of the government insane
SKjluui but to enumerate in the brief
est manner the corruptions of the radi
cals, even In this tea mile square,
would dizzy the arithmetic of memory.
" "The 4th was duly celebrated here,
though a large number oi citisens, at
well at the military companies, went
over to Philadelphia and participated in
the grand celebration which took place
in, Independence Square; upon which
occasion Dom Pedro, Kir Ed ward Thorn
ton and other distinguished foreigners
manifested great Interest, Meanwhile
the official head of our republic, as if
again seeking the most conspicuous oc
casioo to indicate an utter contempt
rather than "a decent respect for the
opinions of mankind, consulted hi
own personal ease and remained here
in Washington to attend the exercises
inaugurated by that rTT ;,.1JM;.
GREAT KVAKOEIJCAL. GOVJSBJNMCKT
,. :!J i. .-. -tbahp .
who baa visited the people-of every
other country at the expense of those
pf,.his .own the Iter. J. 1 Newman,
whose sycophantic laudations ' dt'Oeai
Grant are so notorious, and who on this
occasion of courte made more honora
ble mention of General and Mrs. Grantr
holhof whom were present, with Coi. (?)
Fred Grant as the reader of tbe
Declaration, than or aU the framers of
that instrument coiubiued.
Mince the retirement of Secretary
Biistow, on account of ' onpleasant
nes " created by a too impartial prose
cution of Ui whisky thieves, tbe ad
idiuittratiou U making some headway
iu kicking out the nioti efficient otlicers
in the reveuue service who have been
o Hilly as to construe literally the sol
iliorlike phrae " let no guilty man es
c;Hj." - feolicilor Uluford ViUoni of
the Uciudry, and Mr. Yaryan, agalnat
the protest of the commissioner of In
ternal, revenue, though perhaps the
most valuable officers known to the
service, must step down and out at tbe
invitation of the president. Whether
the commissioner will not follow suit
remains to be seen, but that will nut
doubtedly be determined by the course
to be pursued by Secretary Morrill, Who
will be sworn in to-day ; if, a is prcba
ble, the appropriation bills shall be in
a condition to allow him to do so.
' The radicals, having made loug and
desperate fight against all effort of the
democrats looking to retrenchment and
reform, have at last virtnally surren
dered to the inevitable ad the bills will
thus pas substantially as they came
from the house. The senate has agreed
to a reduction of some $22,000,000 ai-
ready. J ' ' ' " ' :
ltecurring to the Tilden and Hen
dricks ratification meeting,' 1 desire to
add that speeches were made by Sena
tun Thui man,-Hazard, Eaton- and Me
Crecry and Representatives Tucker,
liarrU, llaudall, lAoe, lhillips, Cly
mer, "Blue Jeaus" Williams of In--diaua,-
Tarbox, lieaan and, last though
iiotJee&W our -efficient representative,
Gen' K; "BVtLtmi aiioWlmtriotIc 'ma
wwvuw fiuu lugiKu
great applause. The anecdotes re-
minded one of his brother,
YOCR DIRTINOCJSHBli CAXM1ATK
who can hardly be excelled in that line
and whose election, from what I can
learn from all parts of the state. Is a
foregone conclusion. I regret that
have not tbe space to give a synopsia
OF the. able apeecnes delivered, espe
cially as I know your readers' win hot
be able to form an v idea of their merits
by reading the, report - furnished or
gathered irotn tbe leading paper here,
an ox wnicn are republican and nnreu.
able in such cases, there being no dem
ocratic paper here as there ought to be,
to seep the party throughout the coun
try Informed as to matter trantpiring
ia inia our ppiH.ca. meu oponr. ,
Tbe St. Loui nominations give uni
versal satisfactioo here among retire'
tentative from all parts of the country,
and the conviction is very strong that
it cannot be beaten unless we ignomiu-
iously stay away from the polls upon
the miserable pretext that has hereto
fore actuated some of our citizens who
would not consent to be mixed up is
tbe excitement and disorders at the
polls, alleging that we had no chance
to elect, but as this is by bo means the
case now, it becomes the imperative
duty and otie that will undoubtedly be
cheerfully discharged tor every one
entitled to vote early if not often. The
radical will make desperate effort to
carry the election, but they are doomed
to certain defeat so far as the good Old
North Slate u concerned.
- Tab JIkkim
.-: S I
We give below the corrected text of
the National Democratic Platform,
which la every paragraph was badly
mutilated in its transmission by telegraph
to an je eastern journals ;
,. We, the delegate of - the- Democratic
party or the vatea Mate ta - isUoul
Convention" aiBwrnbledT'do" lte'rebyde-
cltre the administration of the Federal
Government to be ia nnrent need of ira
mediate Reform ; do-hereby enjoin upon
the nominees of this Convention, and of
the . Democratic. party in .each State, a
sealous effort end co-operation to this
end ; and do hereby appeal to our fel
low-citixena of every former political
connection, to undertake with ua this
first and moat pressing patriotic duty,
For the Democracy of the whole coun
try, we do here reaffirm our faith in the
permsaeBce of the federal talon, our
devotion . to the Constitution of the
United State with its amendments uni
versally accepted a a final settlement of
the controversies that engendered civil
war, and ao here . record our steadfast
confidence la the perpetuity . of Iiepnl-
la absolute acquiescence In the will
of the majority th vital principle of
repuuues ; in tn upmiiaoy oi tun
over the military authority , in the tetal
separation of Cburch and State, for the
sake alike of civil and religious freedom;
ia tbe equality of all ciUzena before just
laws of their own enactment : in tbe lib
erty ef Individual conduct, unvexed by
sumptuary laws ; in the faithful educa
tion of the rising generation, that they
may preserve, ee joy; ami transmit-thass
best conditions of hnman happiness and
hope, we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years of changeful history ;
but while upholding tbe bond of our
Union and great Charter of - these our
rights, it behooves a free people to prac
tice also that eternal vigilance which is
the'price of Liberty, , .( -,
" ' . . . i -. ! a , ;
Bxroax is necessary ' to j rebuild and
establish in the hearts of the whole peo
ple, the Union, eleven years ago happily
rescued I rota tne danger oi . a secession
of Htates : but now to be saved . from
a corrupt Centralism which, after inflic
ting upon ten States the rspacity of
earpet-bag tyrannies, haa honey combed
the otloeeof tn-Fedral Government
itself with incapacity, waste, snd fraud ;
infected States and .municipalities -with
the contagation of misrule, and locked
fast the prosperity of an Industrious peo
ple in the paralysis of 4'Hard Times.'' -
REPOBtt is necessary to establish a
sound currency.restore the public credit,
anl maintain the national honor. . -
W denounce the failure for all these
eleven years of peace to make good the
promise of the legal-tender notes, wnicn
are a changing standard of value in the
hands of tlte people, and the non-pay
ment of which is a disregard of the
plighted faith of the nation. , '
V denounce the improvidence w hich
in eleven years of peace has taken from
the people in Federal Uxes thirteen
times the whole amount of the legal
tender notes and squand red four times
their sura in useless expense without ac
cumulating any reserve for their redemp
We denounce the financial imbecility
and immorality of - that party which,
during eleven year of peace, has made
no advance toward resumption, no pre
paration for resumption, but instead has
obstructed resumption, by wasting our
resources and exhausting all our surplus
income ; and, while annually prof eating
to intend a speedy return to specie pay
ments, haa annually enacted fresh hin
drances thereto. As such a , hindrance
we denounce the Resumption-day clause
of the act of 187S and . demand its re
peal. ' .' "
We demand a judicious system of
preparation by public economics, by
official" retrenchments, and by wise
finance, which shall enable .the nation
toon to assure the whole wor.LLa it
perfect ability and it perfect readiness
to meet any of its promisee at the call of
the creditor entitled to payment
" We believe such A" 'lysfrciuy-wcU dr
vised, ami, above all, intrusted to com
t petcWt hands To executienv wemtttut at
, no ume an aruuciai scarcity or enrrency
and at no time alarming the public mind
into a withdrawal of that vaster maehin-
cry of credit by which S3 per cent of all
bum nest transactions are performed, a
yttcm oiH!tt, public, and Inspiring gen
eral confidence, would from the day of
its adoption bring healing on it wings
to all our harassed Industrie, set la mo
tion the wheel of commerce; manufac
tures and tho mechanic arts, rettore
emplujmwit to. Ubor, and ..renew Jo all
its natural sources the prosperity of the
lUroRM it necesury in the sum and
modes of Federal Taxation, to the end
that capital may beset free from distrust,
and labor lightly burdened
We denounce the present Tariff, levied
unon nearly ,quo article, aa a . matter
piece ot injustice, inequality, and false
pretense, t yields a dwindling, not a
yearly rising revenue. It has impover
ished many industries to subtidue a few.
It prohibits imports that might purchase
the products of American labor. It has
degraded American commerce from the
first to an inferior rank on the high seas.
It has cut down tne sales of American
manufacture at home and abroad, and
depleted the return of American agri
culture an industry followed by half
our people. It costs the people five
times more than it produces to the
treasury, obstruct the processes of pro
duction, and waste the fruit of labor,
It promotes fraud, fosters smuggling.
enricnes aisnonest officials, and bank
rupt hoqfst merchant. We demand
that all Custom House taxation shall be
only for Revenue, 'r,
RxroHV is hecessnrv. itt the tenia of
ru one 'jtJtiuserHiiv f-,WftWH"'
Municipal. Our rederal taxation ' ha
swollen from 60" million gold, in 1900,
to 400 million currency, in 1870 ; our
aggregate taxation from 114 millions
gold in 1800, to 730 millions currency in
1870 : or ia one decade, from less than
$3 per head to more than $18 per bead.
Since the peacertaepcopltfnaYe paid
te their 4 gatherer owt, thaa-ilirice
the um of the national debt, and more
than twice that sum for. the Federal
Government alone. We demand a rigor
ous frugality in every department, and
from every officer of the Government.
Rkfokk ia necessary to put s step
to tbe profligate watte of public land
and their diversion from actual set tiers
by the ; party in power, which haa
squandered 200 million of acres upon
railroad alone, aud out of more than
thrice that aggregate haa dUpoted of
less than a aixtb directly to tiller of the
oil."' ". 1 '
Reform is necessary to correct the
omissions of a Republican Congress and
the errors of our treaties and our diplo
macy which have stripped - our fellow
citizens of foreign birth and kindred
race re crossing tbe Atlantic, of the
shield of American citizenship, and
have exposed our brethren of tbe Pa
cific coast to the incursion of a race
not sprung from the same great parent
stock, and la fact new by law denied
citizenship through naturalization . a
being neither accustomed to tbe -traditions
of a wosrresjive civilization nor
exerched iu liberty under equal law.
w euenounce the poitcywntch thtrv
discard the liberty-loving German and
tolerate the revival of the coolie trade
-la Mongolian women imported for., im
moral purposes, and Mongolian men
hired to perform servile labor contract.
Reform U neeesary and can never
be effected but by making it the con
trolling issue of the elections, . and lift
ing It above the two false issues wilh
which the office-holding class and the
party in power seek to smother it--
1. The false issue with . which they
would enkindle sectarian strife In re-1
spect 10 tbe ' public schools, of which
the establishment and-: support belong
excluiively to the several , States, and
which the Democratic party haa cheer- j
tehed from their foundation, and Is re
solved ia maintain .without prejudice or
preference lor any etas, sect, or creed.
and without largesse from the treasury
to any..::... .
x. The false Issue by which thev
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred peoples
once estranged, but now reunited in
one indivisible republic and a common
destiny. ' - :
RirORH ia ' necessary In the Civil
Service. Experience prove that ef
ficient economical conduct of the gov-
ermental business is not possible. if. its
civil service be subject to change at
every election, be a prize fought for at
the ballot box, be a brier reward oi
party seal, instead of post of honor
assigned tor proved competency, and
held for fidelity in the public employ:
that the dispensing of patroaage should
neither be a tax upon the time of all
our public men, nor the instrument of
their ambition. Here again promise
falsified In the performance, attest that
the party In power can work out no
practical or salutary reform. -
Reform is oecestary even more in
the higher grade of the public service.
President, Vice-President, , Judges,
Senators, Representatives, Cabinet
officers, these and all others in authority
are the people' servant. Their offi
ce are not a private perquisite : they
are a public trust. - -
When the annal . of tint Republic
show the disgrace and censure . of a
Vice-President ; a late Speaker of the
House oi Representatives of - marketing
his rulings as a presiding officer; three
Senators profiling secretly by their
vote as law-maker ; fire chairmen of
tho leading committeeiofthe late
House of Representative exposed in
jobbery; a late Secretary of the1 Treas
ury forcing balance in me public .ac
counts ; a late Attorney-General mis
, appitopria'.lej -puUk fund! a , JSecreUrjj
of the Navy enriched or enriching
friends, by percentages, levied oft the
profit of contractors with hi depart
ment an Embassador to England cen
sured in a disponorable speculations
the President's Private Secretary barely
escaplug conviction upon trial for guilty
complicity in frauds upon the revenue i
a Secretary of War Impeached for high;
crimes and misdemeanors, the de.
monstralion la complete, that the first
step In Reform murt be the people's
choice of honest men' from" another
party, lest the disease of one political
organization infect the body politic, and
lest by making no change of men or
parties we get no change of measures
aud no real Reform.. , . :, '
All these abuses, wrong aud crimes,
the product oC" sixteen, yean' ' ascen
dancy oT the Republican party, crette a
necet'liy lor Reform confessed by Be
publican themselves ; but their refor
mers are voted down in convention
and displaced from tho Cabinet. The
party' mass of honest voter 1 power
less to resist the 80,000 office-holders,
iu leader and guides.
Reform can ouly be had by a peaceful
Civic Revolution. We demand a change
of system, a change of administration,
change of par tie, that wo may have
a change of measures and of men. '
The moat expert swimmer in the
world are native, male and female, of
the Polynesian Islands. Visitor to the
Hawaiian and Society group have been
astonished at the velocity with which
the people of both aexe propel them
eelvee through the water and board
hip which touch at those far-away
ehoree, 8ome year sinoe an American
the detailed account which he give of
how the nut-brown maiden 'aped
through the sea and made their way on
shipboard, and the rapidity of their re
treat back to the palm-cover e4 beaoh.
would delight mermaids, ; but put
our fashionable bather to blush when
botBting of their water-art. :
WHOLESALE CASH I'UICES
I-, a CI1RI8TOPIIEES A CO. '
tllJiiOH, Jnly , 187ft.
i Mlildlinra. -l . lUfl '."
-. . T .
(ileaa 0talne, -WctW "
and dirty, big.,7 , w
01kkl. Maaaar. -
Cotton Tie, tot eouu.
Curn hi(i,n eenu.
Cora Ural, rj$75.
Bacon, N. C. bo- round, 14(gl5.
.. ... . .." . hamt layflflO. .
Bulk Meats, Clear Bib aides, 1UI3?
H Shoulder. V cent.
Lard, North Carolina, 17J.
Western ttcrcct, In. .
" aect, 17.
Coffee, Prime Rio ifcJil.
" Good, 8123.
Mall, oa bailt for 10s, $3.U .
Bngar A. 13. v "
. t?, KxtiaC, 11.
' Yellow C X.
Leather, Bed Bole 8.117.
.. fw.Oaktaaaed, 40. ,
Hide, green, 5.
" d-v. tsl0,
TaB i &$7
Fo'atoe. twe t 7&ciH ceuU per bushel
IrUh, new0i(j.5. .
OaU, thelled, 60(rfft0. ,
theaf, from wagon, HXyOO cent- .
baled Sl.00. , ,
Fodder, baled, loa
Hay, N. C. baled, good, 607
Km, perdosen, l&ct. . ,
Butter, N. C , iKjUS. .
' Beetwax, 85. ' ,
Kfft,a. j . 4j ,
" picked, 8 cent. , w
Beef, on foot, &J(rt7c - t
, " , dressed prime, 8(8 v , -
''po.AIXJIaK-A 8PEKDT CUKE. 'j'
Weak neat of the Back or Limb, Stricture,
Affection of the Kldnrya or Bladder, Invol
untary Dtschirjre, Impotettey, General De
bility. -Nervouaneat, , Dytpepaia, Lanimor,
Low Spirit, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation
of the Heart, Timidity, TrembUnf, Dtronet
of 8lf ht or Olddlneta. DiteaM of the Head,
Liver, Lunes, Btonwci! or- Bowel taoto tee--
rlble alsoruer ansing; irom aouwry iimuuM
of YoBth ecret and solitary practice more
fatal to their victime ituto tne song oi in
8yrenet to tbe Martuert of Ulysse, blleht
ning their most brilliant hopes and anticipa
tion, rendering marrtag almost Impossible,
dettroyiog both Body and Mind. ...
Married neraont or vounir men contempla
ting marriaee, Buffering from Orpaole and
fbytlcal neaaneta, loa oi rrocreauTe
Power, Impotency, Prottratlon, Exhausted
Vitality, Involuntary Discharge, Moa-Krec-tabUlty,
Hasty Emitwlont, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervous Excitability, Decay of tbe
Phrsical and Menial Power. Derauremeat
of all the Vital Force aud Function. Nenr
ont Debility, Los of Manhood, Ueneral
Weakae oi th Unrans, anu overy ower
unhappy dlsqualilicatlon, tpeodily removed,
and full manly vigor restored. . ,
To Young Men
These are tome of th tad and melancholly
effect produced by early bamta ofvontb,
via: Weaknes of the Back and Limb.
Paint in the Head, Dlmneta of Blgbt, Lot of
Muscular rower, 1'alpiiation oi tne uean,
Dyspepsia, Mervoua IrriUbility, Deranfre
ment of th Dtgestlv Fnnetlon, t-en eral
Debility, Symptom of Contnmption, etc.
MUAUtr. The fearful effecU on the
mind are much to be dreaded Loa of Mem
ory, Confusion of Idea. Depression of Spir
it, Eva-Foreboding, Aversion to Society,
Self-Distrust, Lor of Solitude. Timidity,
etc., are some of the evils produced.
Thousands or peraont oi au aire can now
udre what to the cause of tiwir declining
icakh. losin their vleor. becomina weak.
pale, nervous and emaciated, having a atagu
Ur appearance about th eye, cough and
tymptoin of consumption.
Or TUB BALTIHOSS LOCK hOSHTAL,
JiO. 7, hUUTH fKAUBKUsA at.,
' BKTWKKN BALT1MORK AKU n
tVOXlf STRKXTS, BALTIMORE, MB.
juu 8r.-ty.- - r
AGENTS for best ehane ia tne world to
eoin 'moMV Address U. 8. 8AFKT?
POOEKTC a Newark. N. J. !
j' ' TO COK8fJSirnTIa.
! The advertiser, aa old phyticlaa, retired
from active practice, saving had placed la bit
Sand by aa tut India KUaloaary the for
mula of a tloipl Vegetable Bemedjr, for the
tpeedy and permanent Car of Contain pll on.
Bronchitis, Catafrh, Asthma, and aU Throat
and Long Affection, alto a Foaltiv and
Radical Curt far Ntrvoa Debility and ell
Kervom Complaint, aft having thoroughly
ietted tit .7 weadarfut ' enratfv powers in
thoaaaads of eaea, feel it hit duty to tnak
It known to alt Buffering fellows. Actuated
by ltd motive, and a eonaclentlou detlr to
relieve human tafferlog, B will send (free of
thart-e), to all who dtlr It.thtt reel e, with
full direction for prepartnr sad iaecetfally
itns Heat by mum mall by addreMlnf ,
i . Da. W. C. 8TIVXN6V.
. ? ' " " Monro Block, Syracuse, N. T. .
i aov 23-ly ,,,,. . -
; - a card. - '
i Ta m wKa una mlf-Hn fmm IHa mm
Sad indiacretloBSOf youtbraervoat wtaknett.
cany aacay, mm oi raanoooa, x.t 1 win tena
B ndM that will rura kid TRIE fir
CUAKUX. This grant raatedy was dnwovsrad
ke a eniHlnuM 1. HA..tk M.aM fi.a .
vj ea mwaij an dw b auhhkb a7Jliea
elfdrMMd ovelopc to th fier. JoBra
fl, . tr n at a. mr .
i. laaaji, amnmm tft jnmi at, arm itrm
" TUE NKW YOBK1
Wa organlird ia tStS, and Bine that time
ht been delnicatacceatlulbntlne. It haa
Nturaed lo I's wember or tbelr It-aal repre
tentaUve I.OUJ.OOO In Uldenda, Return
proBU;al itt tnrplatt divided sxelualtely
ant na it atniber.
Atae's, January tat, 1878. 830,64 5,955 84
Burplo. Januar. 1st, 18T8, ; 5,4e8,Ml 08
Tte prtuiluma at a rive a age ara 'practi
cally to tarn ia all Lu Inraranc Compa
nies, but tb net cost of the Insurance la very
different, dependlne entirely upon th surplus
or dividends returned to policy-bo dert, and
taw nepena upon in management oi me
' 1 he long and tucceMTfil erpert nee Of thtt
Comptay enables n to reeonmsnd it poll
ciea to cilistn of North Carolina a worthy
of their attention and a rood iaveatnent.
Bella ble baslnes men wh deatrt to work
as Acenu of th New York Lif In Raleigh,
CharloUa, Greensboro, and tntermedlat
potattrara invited to communicate with,.;.;.
W. H. B AC K FORD, -Manager
o. 8, outh Btreet, Baltimore, Md.
- utya-jst. ir-r-r;
NO T I C K . : -Tbe
'JOth Annual meetinir of th atock
holder of th K.4U.ILK, will be held at
theoinee of the company in Raleurh on
Thursday, the 80th of Jnly, 1876, commenc-
idk at o ctoea, noon.
Sec'y and Treasurer.
. juo22-dlawtd ?
Pest fra is net only
a Safe. Bur and Cheap DE
STkOYEK of tbe Colorado
Beetle at Potato Boo. but of
all insaoTS which prey oa Ve
etation in ana abmt wont uaann
Ae, Unlike Pari Green and other Poisons,
It can be entirely dissolved in water and ap
plied by prb-iklios;. MoT Iajua'iou to
Plakts, Not Daboibocs to Use. Never
Falis to Kill, Cost aboot 85 fmrrt ab
Acaa. Pat p ia half lb. boxea, enoar h for
tw acre. Price svuenueena lor urea
lar. Made only by tho ' -
KEAILNEY CHEMICAL WORK,
- ! 60 CoRTtiAirD 8t.'
P. a BOX 818.T 7T7
;,'"':V ' SEW TOIL
w-iu . - " ':
$1,200 PROFIT $100
Mad aay dsy fas PtTt ana Call. Invest
aeeordlDg to your mean 610, 830 or 6100,
ia Stock Privilege, ha brought a email for
tune to th careful investor. We advtoe
when and now WopenUaeatelv. Book with
full Information bbnt raaa. Address ordr-t
by snail and telegraph to
, " BAXTER k CO.,
Banker and Broken, 17 Wall 8t, N. T.
JXi I A t M ,. V v t
aXSKBAI. ; --
ASD DKALERS IK
GUA1N, HIDES, WOOL, TUUAUCO,
Hop, Egg, Butter 'Cheese, Dried FrniU,
. Feather, Fur,' Lard, Tallow, eecos, .
Bacon, Beans, Poultry, Flour, Veg
etable, &, e , e.
WAREHOUSE, 807 dc 300 N. BROAD 8T.,
1 HILADKLFHI A. .
ACON! BACON I
Just received 10.000 pounds Western bacon.
bought before th rise. Call and get your
npulie. At small advance for eah. at
, F. C CHRISTOPHERS CO. 8, .
Wilmington street, near City Scale.
-A M mm JK
A MOJlTH A rent want every.
tj I J M 1 1 wh m. Kuil km hunMlila nl t rm
n.tlllia rBrtlrulaniMOtfrM. Addrw
U CU UJ. WOUTU CO b iiaa.M4t.
JHIYERSI1T OF. YIEGIBIA. :
SUMMER LAW LECTURES (nine weekly),
bMFln 13th July. 1S78. and end 13th Sep
tember. Have proved of signal use. itt, to
Student who design to pursue tbelr studies
t thl or oilier Lw-cnooi ; zo, totnose wno
pro poet to read privately ; aaa jra, to prac
ttttoMrs who have not had the advantage
of systematic instruction For circular v-
My (r. u. university oi -io tuai ; a.
Aiiaoa, Prof. Com. and Stat. Law,
O L T S D ' M E A,L
1 . - . -tb i. - -a.
00 to 1 ufteTerwceB
old cheap for each only at ' :
urTcrnrtT tiarnno ;.r ?
...H.H.MHn.MM MM '.it' tlQ . Z ' U
EOEGLAR AID FIBE': PROOF-
'.1,' ' 1
Bank Vaults & Door.
.'' 1)7 fl
; . UERRINO & CO
251 & 252 Broadway, NewYork.
J 51-60 Sadbnry BL, Boston.
I p 18H5od-2m :::.f-,, v;,fr.
TBIUilPH TBUSS CO.,
r 83 BO WERT, N. T.,
to wboni wa awarded the
Premium . JVedml
for th best Elastic Trot and Supporter at
th laat session of the
GREAT AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAiU,
a rupture la from 30 to M days and
offer 1,01 10 dollar for a car they cannot
enr. . They employ a ; , , -
. FIRST CLASS LADY SUUQKOSt.
Term moderate. Case guaranteed. Or -dert
filled by mall. ' Examination free. The
usual discounts to patron. Bead U cent
for descriptive book to ,. . ' - ;
' Prof. W. H. BCRNHAM, M. D., I !
: mar 2S-d ly Chief Burgeon. -
July 10, 187A, and continue flvemontha.
Tuition, Board and Washing per Seat Ion
75.00. . . -
' B. C. PATTON, Principal.,
JuneS-deodlm . Morrkvul, N C.I
Orfici or BoraaiiTBBDBaV, ' i
PBTtKSBUBa RajLBoao (Jour a Br, V
Petersburg. Va , November 84, 1 7S.
QrtANUE OF SCHEDULE TO
take effect SUNDAY, Nevember 25th;
Lav Petenburg at 6:30 A. M. and 8:27 P.
Arrive at Weldoa at 9-.M A. M. 6:55 P. M.
Leave Weldon at 7:85 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Arrive at Petersburg at 1 1:46 A. M. and
7:07 P. M.
Trains eonneet at Petersburg and Weldoa
with trains for all southern and northern
point. Ticket sold to all south era, south
western, northern and eastern point, and
baggage checked throuirb.
H. T. DOUGLAS,
feb 18-d-lf. ' Superintendent.
Ik EVER BEFORE EQUALLED!
;' 'f ' ' ! ' ' - - i ,
The largest Stock oa
Be is still at the old Standi with a larger
' ' " ; THAN EVER. V t:' '
' ' U. B. CENTENNIAL GOOWi.
ITOTJETH' 4rUt.T' CENTENNIA L -GOODS J -
Look at my latest Fashion Tktoa aud
ohoone yonr style. . j.w
In ret anything you want. Csiw and
ee me, I kuow I can suit you. : , ,
W EI K EL'S ESTABLI8HMKN r
ia at the old place, one door south uf ttm
Southern Exprees office. !
I (roarantee all my fits. ' ' ''
apr lMn ' ;i. C. WEIKEL.
, r Samaritan Nervine.
TUE great Nerve Conqttorur,
A cure Epl)eptlcFlU,C!onvulsloiii.
(Apasm, St. Vila, Dance and
aU Kervoua Weaaes ; the only
known poritlvt remedy fur r.4-
::pticFlt. It haa heea tested 1)
tkonsand and hat never been
known to fail in a single raw
1- V .' Trial packao. frae.M KncMc
itampfor Circulars giving evl
DR. B. A. R1CHHUMD,
Oct 15-1301 Box 741, St. Joseph, Me
Tha next annual meeting of tbe Stock -
boldert of th R. A A. A. UK. K. Co., will be
held at th Company' oinee, In KaJeitb
Friday tbe Slat July, ISfti, commencing at
13 o'clock, noon.
W. W. VASS,
Juoe33dlawtd See'y and Treasurer.
WJNIVERSITT Or NORTH CAROLINA.
Tbe I&tth session will begin oa Fiiday,'
July Hb, and cloee on Thursday, December
7th. . -
Beside three courses of study arraoired
by the Faculty, an Optional cxu- admits a
large range of choice. . '
The necessary expensea. exctuaive of
clothing ami trtveTitOg, ai fiuia l(J in
1 1.10 for tbe session. - --
For Catalogue, with circulars, ap4, tw
' KEMP; P. BATTLE, Pat.ir.BKT.
Jon 17-dlt-wtd. Chapel UUI, N. C,
- 1 i i . , w
- 1 . .T