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Prospectus -for -1872Sixth Year.
RXCnil0I7R& DAimiLE E.
Ne w ; Advertisements.
Travelers'? Guide. 1
NortSTCarolina Railroad. ;
'. .,r.'' . -v . , -.1 frr .
March 30, 1872. On and after, Sunday 3f
instant, the Passenger Trains' over" this
road will leave and arrive at Charlotte,' as
.foltows.: if "-,.Ll ,.s . .
. Leave, going east, at r " : 7.10 p. m.
Arrive, coming west, at : 7.20 a. m.
Leave, going east, at : : 6.25 a. m.
. Arrive, coming west, at :r, 8.3Q p. m.
; A ? Wilmington- C
. 8.00 a. m
leaves, t , c:
5.30 p. m
Atlantic.1 Tennessee & Ohio B.) R.
; SUrERITENDENt'S OFFICE,
Chablotte,,J4 July 22nd,. 1872
ON and after Thursday, the 23thf the fol
lowing Schedule will be nm over this
Road daUyr u (Sunday excepted.)
Leave'Statesville, - - n iVfrt -SMJ
Arrive at Charlotte. - fcV 1035,5
. Leave: Charlotte, . , f335jP, M.
Arrive at Statesville. ,AJ'T.O0M "
AH charges must be pre-paid on Freight
' offeied ' for shipment to Section 'House,
Henderson, Alexandriana,1 Hunter's, Cald
well's, Tatom's and Freelands. These being
"Flag Stations,' the Company is not liable
for any loss or damage to freight after it is
unloaded, at either of the above points.
No freight will be received by Agents, of
forwarded unless the name of Consignee,
and destination is distinctly maTked. there-
on. v. j.vvrv-aiiiJKx
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
- ' . Railroad.
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 221872.
GEN. SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE.
52?Z VTl On and" after
F?8$S -ty-ggSggg MONDAY.
SEPT 22, the following Schedule will be
run orer this Road :
train No. 1.
Leave Charlotte, 7.15 a. m.
Leave Columbia, 2.29 p. in.
Arrive Augusta, 7.42 p. m.
Leave Augusta, 6.35 a. m.
Leave Columbia, 11.53 a. m.
Arrive Charlotte, 6.15 p. m.
Train No. 2
8.20 p. m
5.50 p. m.
11.05 p. m.
6.00 a. m.
Standard Time ten minutes slower than
Washington City time, and six minutes
faster than Columbia City time."
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train dally,
Sundavs excepted. Both trains make close
connection to all points North, South and
Through tickets sold and baggage check
ed to all principal points.
JAMES ANDERSON, Gen. Supt.
E. R. Dorsey, Gen. Fr'ght & Ticket Agt.
Time Table Western N.C R.B.
Takes effect Monday, May 22, 1871.
5.52 a.m. Third Creek, 5 57
6.45 " Staiesville, 6.50
7.42 " Catawba Station, 8.02
8.50 " Newton, 8.55
9.35 " Hickory Tavern, 9.40
10.20 " Icard, 10.25
11.05 " Morganton, 11.10
11.54 Bridgewater, 1L59
12.43 p. M. Marion, 12.48
1.32 " Old Fort,
Old Fort, 7.15
A. m: Marion, 8.04
Bridgewater, 8.53 '
Morganton, 9.42 '
IoarJ, 10.27 "
" Hickory Tavern, 11.12 "
Newton, 11.57 "
p. M, Catawba Station, 12.50 p.
Third Creek, 2.40 "
Pass at Icard at 10.25 A.
& DANVTLLE BAIL
j. C. DIVISION.
CONDENSED. TI M E-T ABLE.
In effect on and after Sunday, Dec. 22d,
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Charlotte, 7.10 P. M. 6.25 A. M.
" Concord, 8.21 44 7.26 44
44 Salisbury, 9.50 44 8.34 44
44 Lexington, 10.51 44 9.03 44
44 High Point, 11.58 A. M. 10.17 44
Arrive Greensboro 12.50 44 11.00 '
Leave Greensboro, 1.45 44 11.10 44
" Com p. Shops, 3.38 44 12.20 P.M.
44 Hillsboro, 4.58 44
44 Raleigh. 8.05 44
Arrive at Goldsboro. 11.02 44
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Goldsboro", 4.00 P, M.
44 Hillsboro', 10.21 44
41 Comp. Shops, 12.05 44 2.15 P. M
Arrive Greensboro, 1.30 k. M. 3.30 44
Leave Greensboro', 2.15 . 44 4.00 44
44 High Point, 3.04 44 4.43 44
44 Lexington, 4.02 44 5.33 44
44 Salisbury, 4.57 44 6.22 44
44 Concord, 6.10 44 7.28 "
Arrive at Charlotte, 7.20 " 80 "
Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 7:45
i. uj., uuuuevioiiii ureeoHUoro Willi i o lu
ern bound train : ruakincr the cmlcarest
time to all Northern cities. Price of tick-
ets same as via other routes. E
Mail trains daily, both ways, over entire;
lA-njvtVt IT 1 .. 1 1 1 A I
Company Shops and Charlotte Sunday
All Passenger trains connect at Greens
boro' with trains to and from Richmond.
Pullman Pn.ln.Pfi f!am nn all nlorht- traina
between Charlotte and Richmond, (with-,
uoicnangej . JS. ALLJEW,
W. H. GREEN, Gen'l Ticket Agent
Master Transportation. , , . jy 35
Special Notice to the Public.
A S a great many chances have taken
JX place this year, I respectfully beg to
inform the citizens of Charlotte and the
public in general that no change has taken
place at my establishment. I am still at
tny old stand. No. 24 Trvon Rtrf rtnvtf
Parks' building, with a large and well
selected stock of the finest and latest styles
of custom-made clothing for Men,Youths
and Boys swear, also on Thjtnrl a fin af A,h-
of Gents' . Furnishing Goods, Shirts, of
111c , very luiesb Btyie8sOI Hats,
Scarfs. Bows and Ties. TTmhrellns An
and I will still sell them at prices to. defy
competition , .
Iexpect to leave for New Yori: Cityln a
auvn ume to iav in my stocic of Clothing
and Piece Goods, for my Tailoring Estab
lishment and will also birinsr with mo on
experienced Cutter and Tailor; and will be
ready by . Spring to cut and make to order
at my own establishment and under my
OWn Rririf rvisinn nrirl at. lemom rvnion .41n
' X ' - - v a. I1VW UiOJl
tlie same quality of goods can be made no
ll.! - ' - T -if i j t m -m
n mis w any otuer city, tub siae OI .Baitl-i
more. ' -?-;. '. M ,
' t Reine thankfnl to th nitivona rtf nh
lotte and tfie. public in general for the
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon
Ve, I most respectful ly ask a continuance
".v"c -:r&-,. iiespeciIUllV, . , :
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? ' " ' JAMES SUTTON & COM
rrw . rrYrrTTPublisheri,'
idec . 58 Maiden Lane,,New, York.
J W. WADSWORTH has at his Livery
and Sale I Stable, opposite the City
Clock, HORSES and MULES for sale and
kept constanly on hand.
A Lot of I fine HORSES and MULES.
2. in splendid brder. At DAVIDSON'S
UVERY STABLES, s Horses and Mule
for sale are kept on hand constantly.
noy 16-tf t .-. i 7. - - J
T?IFTEEN Hundred Bushels Mountain
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T H E A L D I
We are prepared to do all kinds of Book
and Job Printing, from the smallest Card to
the largest Poster, plain or in colors, printed
on as reasonable terms as the same work
can be done at any establishment in the
Merchants, Uanufacturers, Profes
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gal Blank forms of
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Admission Cards, Invitations, Ball
Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
Railroad Tickets, Pro
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Had better give ns a call,
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of Type, from 1-16 of an inch to 5
or any description of Printing, done
at reasonable rates, and in superior
Orders from abroad will
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Magistrate Blanks, Marriage Li-
.--r r . ( . . ;
censes, Liens, dc., kepi for sale.
XJyiiBpiwdal attention to
. of every : description; such - as
Tobacco Labels', Bands, Notices, dc.
t. JONES & McLATOHLIN,
Proprietors of Charlotte ' Observer.
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Y: . : .1. . ' .
jan a-4w . i
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large Map of the "United States" with im
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Our Maps and Charts go like wild-fire.
HAASIS & LUBRECTH, Empire Map
and Chart Establishment, 107 Liberty
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90 made Dec. 3d by one Agent selling
HORACE GREELEY & FAMILY,
A fine engraving, 22x28, inches, sent by
mail for $1.00. We also mail Button-Hole
and" Sewing Machine Thread Cutters, and
Needle Threading Thimble, price 25 cents
each. Circulars of various other Novelties
mailed frequently to all old and new
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jan 3-4 w
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Be wamed,never neglect a cold.it is easily
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the United States.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for
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At $2 00, $300, $4 50, $5 00, $6 00, $8 00,
$10 00, $12 00 to $20 00.
At $6 00, $7 50, $10 00, $12 00, $15 00,
$20 00, $2500, $3000, $4000, $5000
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Breech-Loading Double Grins.
At $40 00, $45 00s $50 00, $60 00, $75 00,
$90 00, $110 00, $120 00 to $300 00.
Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Allen's Witney
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- - , prices.
Ammunition! & Implements
For Breech-Loading Guns, at a small ad
vance on Cost of Importation.
METALIC AMMUNITION FOR RIFLES
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A complete assortment of all Sporting
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sept 20 1872-eod ly
A BOOK FOR THE ftllULIOX t
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n t 2-d fe w ly
THE MORNING STAR.
DAILY EDITION :
THOUGH only five years old, has the
Largest Daily Circulation of any news
paper in the State, and a circulation in
Wilmington fifty per cent, larger than
that of any other paper.
WEEKLY EDITION :
Now combined with the Caroliwa VxTamt
making one of the best FAMILY NEWS-
rArj&KS in tne Boutn. circulation very
large and rapidly increasing.
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Daily Star, 1 year,. $7 00
6 months, 4 00
" " 3 months, 2 00
Weekly Star, 1 year, 2 00
b months, 1 00
3 months, 50
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X - aa Avrava vwtwititu
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jan 9 Wilmington, N. C.
HEAD - QUARTERS
FOR ' '
FEE SB FISH, 1
B. "RT. B M IT 33 ' S .
FI8H AND OYSTERS - '
RECEIVED every Morning by Express
.except Sundays and Mondays; ', ., .
nsm&KffllVL not - sell STALE or
SOUR Ovstera. : ; ' i ? . , ., ; ., -
P-V. Oysters must be sold on the Quick
Sale and Small Profit principle. . -.
wT6 i B. N. SMITH.
Inc ?.aHd afler mday, October n-v
t '-T ---.'i " -!
i T u:ir
2.00 a. m.
Ar!e at Richmond 12.45 p. m.
i -it-.-., v GOING SOUTH.
M - Burkville
10 p. m.
Ar've at Gr'nsboTo 12.25 a. rn.
Train lnirinor T?iof-irrrt n. , -
' f "vmiiuilM ,n
and at 5.10. a. jiu connect at Cre---Ji 1
with trains on North Carolina D i ' I0'
all points South. n,f0r
Passengers leaving Richmond at 1 v
m., connect at Greensboro' with
all points East of Greensboro'. fur
Passenger train leaving Ralei."nat r,.
p. m., connect at Greensboro' with wir
crn bound Mail traiB, arriving inirr
mond at 12.45 p. m. 0 U
JNO. R. MACMURDn
Gen. Freight & Tjcket Aem
T. M. R. TALCOTT, gent-
-Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent
BUTHEEFOED R. R. CO.
Offioe Chief eng. and Gen'l. Sup t
Wilmington, N. C, June 26, 1872.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until further notice the regular train,
will run over this road as lollows : M
REGULAR FREIGHT TRAINS.
Leave Wilmington, daily, at 6 a. m Rna
arrive at 5:30 p.m. -.anj
PASSENGER AND EXPRESS FREIGHT
Leave Wilmington dally, at 7 a. m ana
arrive at 3:30 p.m. .,anj
Leave Lilesville, daily, at 6:15 a. m anrt
arrive at 4:15 p. m. m
Wu Two Special Freight Trains for Ton
ixo trains on Sundays.
. " S. L. FREMONT
WILMINGTON & WELDON RAH.
ROAD COMPANY. iSjm
Ofnce of General Superintendent
Wilmington, N. C, June S, i&z
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Morula v Jnno inti, n..
ger. Trains on the W. & W. Railroad w'm
TrTi oa Trx 1 rvwc ""I
Leave Union Depot daily Sundays ex-
ceptedjat K-li' I m
Arrive at Goldsboro' at i Y V m
at Rocky Mount at " .: il
' atWeldonat 3-y ..
Leave Weldon daily Sundays
excepted at 9-15 ,f
Arrive at Rocky Mount at llV,7 '
" Goldsboro' at im i
" Union Depot at '
Leave Union Depot, daily, at 10: 10 p i
Arrive at Goldsboro at :j im ' V
" at Rocky Mount at ' "'
" at Weldon at ; -
Leave Weldon, daily, at 7 i y
Arrive at Rocky Mount at k.W ' "
" at Goldsboro at 10 ,
" " at Union Depot at y
Mail Train makes close connection 'at
Weldon for all points North via Dav Line
and Acquia Creek routes.
S- Express Train connects only wuh
Acquia Creek route.. Pullman's Palace
Sleeping Cars on this Train.
Freight Trains will leave Wilmington
tri-weekly at ti:00 a. in. and arrive ai ltt
p. m. Express Freight Trains will leave
daily Sundays excepted J at 5 p. m and
arrive at 11 a. m. .TnTiN v iwvivr
Jy 25 Gen'l Suu'l
ALEIGH AND GASTON R. E.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Raleigh, N. C, June loth, 172.
On and after Monday, June 17th, K2,
trains on the Raleigh & Gaston Railroad
will run daily Sundays excepted! as fol
Leave Raleigh at
Arrive at Weldon
Leave Weldon at
Arrives at Raleigh
10 00 A. M.
Leaves Raleich nt. m
Arrives at W-eidon, - C:20
leaves vveiaon, - i.
Arrives at Raleigh, - S:0
J 11(1 mu.ll t.rnin tllnVna nlncn ... r, . ..ti.m
aw weiuon witn the Seaboaid and 1U
noKe ttJUlroad and Buy Line StoMint-ns vi
uaiuiiiuj k, iKHiia ir jm an j.)int.s ru
West and Northwest nnri wit.l, p,.tori'
ivailroau Via Ptteisburer- Kifiim.t,l lnj
washlneN n. to and from all w,u. Knnh
And at Raleigh with the North Carolina
T? ui! j-1 s. .4 1 1 j . . . 1
,w vau JJt UIO kJV H I 11
WJ. 1 1 llf..o m-a .1 m.
m. af mm a a a rmzmixM ira m aa if 1 : a a vwk t r u y-Ki- r !i 1 i
wuiunwijauu wan ine naicign aim A'J
gusta Air Line to Haywood and Kiiyeur-
nect at Weldon with AccominKl;iti( i anil
Freight trains on Seaboard and Roanoke
Y? 1 i ! ..srt .4 T , t .
iKiuiuaunuu icicisuurg jtvanroau.
Alld ftt H.nlpirrh with A ,.i,loiinn
- - 1 .uj jn.ruiiijmnui.u'u
and treight trains on North Carolina II. B.
x-ersons living along the line of the road
can visit Raleigh In ihe morning by the
Accommodation train, . remain sevrJ
hours and return the same evening.
, , A. B. ANDREWS;
Joly 25 Gen. Sup t
ALIGH & AUGUSTA AIB
- Superintendent's Office,
Raleigh, N. C, June 15th, 1872.
On and after Monday, June Ipth, lift
trains on the Raleigh and Augusta Air
Line Railroad will run daily, Sundays ex
cepted as follows :
Mail train leaves Raleigh, 3:15 P. M.
Arrive at Sanford, 6:15 "
Mail train leaves Sanlord, 6:45 A. M.
Arrive at Raleigh, 9:15 "
Mail train makes close connections
Raleigh with the Raleigh and Gaston rail
road, to and from all points North.
And at Sanford with the Western Rail
road, to and from Fayetteville and pointi
on Western Railroad.
, A. B. ANDREWS,
TO TAKE EFFECT
Monday, September 30th, 18T2.
Atlanta & Rich. Air-Line Railway.
Out Passenger and Freieht, Three
. Times a Veek, Mondays, Wednes
.., dayg and Fridays.
, STATIONS. . Depabt. Aebiv&
Charlotte, . 7,30 a, m.
Garibalda, 8.36 " 8,26 a.m.
Gastonia, 9.22 " 9.12 "(
King's Mountain, 10.24 " 10.14 ''
IVhitaker's, 11.Q4 . 11.26
In Passensrer and Frpiht. Mondays,
jft. ..... o---
Wednesdays and Fridays.
STATIONS, Depabt. Abbi
Black's ' , 2.00 p. m. m rt
Whitaker's, 2.30 " 2.20p
King's Mountain, 3.12 " 3.02 i(
Mastonia, . . ; 4.14 " 4.w
This , Train has the absolute ngn
Track, except by'Special Orders from'T
Office. Fare hv tins Trdn. Five Ccnti P
rnile i By all others Ten Cents per m'le
' sept 28 Engineer and Sepenna.
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