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THE OBSERVES JOB DEPAJtTjfEMT MY
Hut btm tharwt&tujri
want, and Mh the Latel StyUavfTypenad every
manner of Job Work cummow jhe done 7a neatnet.
dispatch and cheqpnet. Wm AmOiA, at Short
notice,. . - ,,r. :,. ' .' ' :
BLANKS, BILL-READS, .' ' r "
TAGS. RECEIPTS,' POSTEICf,'
PAMPHLETS, CIRCVLARS, CHECKS, dO.
SVBHOftlPTION kATkS :
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77re Month 2 00 '
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K eikty, In tUcouuty)i advance...... $2 00
Out of tJt county, poitpaid.......... 2 10
Hix Month ; 1 00
CHARLOTTE, N. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1879.
IMeral ileductiontjor Ctub. '
.i-i u wit.
ASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Banging in Price from 25 centa to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cents,
Do not tall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE ! .
BEDDING, Ac. BEADING, &G
BEDDING, AC BEDDING, Ac.
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
Iff- COFFINS of all kinds on hand. -il
W COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ,
No. 5 West Tradx Strict.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
tfr- Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
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To 25 cents, worth 50 cents per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
33li to 45 centa.
A lot of Dress Goods to 8i and 10 cents, worth
from 12 to 15 cents.
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and If you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
P. S. Our whole stock must be reduced, and In
order to do so will sell very cheap.
Call and get one of those handsome Cloaks that
I am now dosing out very cheap; also some of
those nice silk, lace and hemstitched Handker
chiefs; I am also selling very cheap a beautiful
Black Spanish Lace Scarf; be sure to ask to ask for
those pretty White and Opera Kid Gloves, both for
gents and ladles; a large stock of fancy Hosiery to
be closed out very cheap; a new lot of nice black
Cashmeres Just received; a large lot of Fancy
kets, at prices to milt the times, and the most beau
tiful black Silk Fringe Just received; also Worsted
Fringe in all colors. "
Ton can always be trumSUed with the nicest Dress
Buttons that are to be found In the city; a large lot
of Shawls and Balmoral Skirts for the cold weather
Remember I always have a laree assortment of
Corsets, all sizes and prices; KnltUnK Cotton and
Germantown Wool in all colors.
Call and set a suit of clothes oft of our Charlottes
ville Oassimere8 that you can't wear out; also Just
received a large lot 01 the splendid uegina um
brellas. My stock of Boots, Shoes. Clothing, Hats and
Caps always complete and at prices to suit the
1. . JS,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
THE GREATEST BARGAI NO
HE GREATEST BARGAINS
OT THE BE ABO XT
F THE S E A S O IN
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: Whjch will be sold without reserve, at sacri- :
: ficing prices. Don't fall to come and look at :
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H. MORRIS BROS.
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raddy's Version or Excelsior.
s. T. e., HAUFix, x. c. dec. 28, 1878.
'Tras growing dark so terrible fasht.
When through a town of the mountain pashed '
A broth of a boy. to his neck in the shnow,
As he walked, his shlllelah he swune to and fro.
Saying, it's up to the top but I'm bound for to go,
He looked mortal sad, and his eyes were as bright
As a bit of turf on a cowld winter night,
And divil a word that he aaid could ye tell.
As he opened his mouth and let out a yell.
It's ud mi the ton of the mountain I'll go.
Onless covered up with this bothersome shnow.
Through the windows he saw, as he travelled along
The light of the candles and fires so warm;
But a big chunck of ice hung over his head.
Wld a shiver and groan, by St Patrick, he said.
It's up to the very tip top I'll rush,
And then if it falls it's not meself It'll crush,
Whist a bit! said an owld man, whose head was as
As the shnow that fell down on that miserable
Shure ye'll fall In the wather, me bit of a lad,
r the night is so dark and the walkln' is bad.
Bed ad r he'd not lisbt to a word that was said.
But he'd go till the top, If he went on his head.
A bright, buxom young girl, such as like to be kiss
ed, Axed him wadnt he shtop, how could he resist?
Ho, snapping his fingers and winking his eye,
While shmlUng upon her, he made this reply
Faith, I meant to kape on till I got to the top.
But as yer shwate self has axed me, I may as well
He 8btopped all night, and he sthopped all day, .
And ye musnt be axing when he did go away;
But wouldn't he be a bastely gossoon
To be lavtn' his darlint in the swate honeymoon?
Whin the owld man has praties enough and to
Shure he molght as well shtay If he's comfortable
Henry Stillson, a water boy on the Houstonic
Railroad a few rears aero, is now superintendent.
He minded his business and never went on strikes.
"Buy where you can buy cheapest," is good
enough advice; but we notice nowadays most every
body buys where they can get trusted, Ehrtira
"Good day, Mose ! How you vas shanged. Vouldn't
never hale know'd you!" "But my name is not
Moses, sir." "Great hefens! your name shanged,
It is said that Pope Leo XDJ has determined to
create twelve new Cardinals. In that event anoth
er red bat will probably be sent to the United
The world Is made no of two classes thdse who
chew their oysters and those who swallow them
whole, except a few scattering folks who don't like
them at aU Berkshire Courier.
A Chicago girl lost her overshoe while traveling
through Virginia last year, and now some newspa
pers are writing ud Ions articles about the discov
ery of a subterranean cave in that State. New York
Bishop Haven shocked a Texas audience last
week by saying that "Christ was lynched." The
Austin statesman, wnicn heard tne ngure witn its
own ears, moves that Bishop Haven be lynched for
what it calls his "elaborate blasphemy."
There are men who, with Increasing years, have
not yet learned to view with equanimity the inevita
ble overflow that loliows the attempt, no matter
how carefully and scientifically regulated, to pour
one's coffee Into a saucer. Puck.
The great need of the Eastern section of the
country In winter is to have a higher backyard fence
and to Keep tne oacK auey-gate ciosea. we get en
tirely too much draft from the boundless and Illim
itable west rnuaaeiphM Tunes.
AX INHUMW GUARDIAN.
A Little Girl Hair Roasted with Red-Hot Irons.
A case which stands unrivalled in
the annals of barbarity and inhumani
ty came to the attention ot the police of
the eighth precinct (navy yard) yes
terday. Mary Jane Braxton, a little col
ored girl, eleven years of age, is the vic
tim. Her parents are dead, and she has
been living with her aunt a colored
woman named Ella Bowser at No. 10,
Fourth street, northeast. On Thursday
night the little girl dragged herself in a
pitiable condition to the house of a col
ored man named Robertson, on Third
street. On examination it was found
that her limbs, abdomen and back were
The girl's story was to the following
effect : On new year's day her aunt, be
coming angry with her, dragged her in
to a back room and threw her down.
Then taking some red-hot irons from
the stove she applied them to her lower
limbs, abdomen and back, until the flesh
was literally roasted. On Thursday, af
ter suffering the greatest torture, she
escaped from the nouse and managed
to reach Robertson's house. Robertson
reported the matter to Lieutenant Noo
nan yesterday, and that officer placed
Ella Bowser under arrest.
The girl, who was in a critical condi
tion last evening, was removed to the
Providence Hospital. The woman Bow
ser, who is a short, thick-set mulatto,
and rather prepossessing in appearance,
stoutly asserted her innocence. She
pretended first that she knew nothing
about the matter at all. Afterward she
said that the girl came to the house and
in the condition described, and stated
that the woman with whom she had
been working punished her in that way
because she refused to comply with
her indecent suggestions.
The police, who have had previous
knowledge of the relations between the
woman and the girl, give credit to the
girl's story. Twice the girl has run away
from her aunt'S house within the last
six months, and been found and restor
ed by the police. The aunt charged on
these occasions that the girl was way
ward and addicted to stealing. The girl
complained bitterly of the Dad treat
ment she received from her aunt. The
woman has two little children of her
own, who live with her on Fourth
street. The case will probably be called
in the police court this morning. The
woman was locked up during the night
at the eighth precinct station.
Victims of the G allows.
Ninety-six murderers expiated their
crimes on the gallows in the United
States during the past year, an increaee
of thirteen compared with the previous
year. Forty-one were white, fifty-two
colored, two Indians and one Chinaman.
There were seven double executions,
four triple and two quadruple. Five
were hanged for outrage, four for wife
murder and one forinfaticide. Not one
woman was hanged. Friday still con
tinues the favorite day for hanging,
seventy having taken place on that day ;
the largest number were hanged in
March, that month having twenty-five
executions. Texas heads the list of
States with 10 executions ; Louisiana. 9 ;
Alabama, 8; South Carolina, 8; North
Carolina, 6: Pennsylvania, 6; Missouri,
6; Georgia, 5 ; Tennessee, 4: Illinois, 4;
Arkansas, 4; California, 4; New York,
3; Kentucky, 2; Virginia, 2; Delaware,
2 ; Ohio, 2 ; Mississippi, 2 ; Maryland, 2 ;
An Astonishing Fact.
A large proportion of the American people are
to-day dying from the effects of Dyspepsia or dis
ordered liver. The result of these diseases upon
the masses of Intelligent and valuable people Is
most alarming, making life actually a burden in
stead of a pleasant existence of enjoyment and
usefulness as It ought to be. There Is no good rear
son for this. If vou will only throw aside prejudice
and skepticism, take the advice of Druggists and
your friends, and try one bottle of Green's August
Flower, your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given away to
try its virtues, with satisfactory results in every case.
You can buy a sample bottle for 10 cents to try.
Three doses will relieve the worst case. Positively
sold by all drogKlsts on the Western Continent.
A Modern Retreat-Dumb Ladies
Liverpool (Eng.) Albion.
A London correspondent writes that
the district around Lloyd's Square, is
very much mystified. A number of la
dies have suddenly appeared in the
lodging houses there who assume the
womanly virtue of dumbness. They
rise early, long before the sun, and go
into the dark, cold street, saying no
word to any mortal soul. They return
immediately after nine o'clock at night;
do not even ask for a candle, but expect
it to be given to them, and then pass,
without so much as a ""thank you, but
with a smile and a dignified bow to their
rooms. They are devout Protestants
"doing a retreat" at the Home of Naza
areth, occupied by the Sisters of Betha
ny. Most of them, it is given out, are
ladies of wealth and position, some of
them ladies of title. Early in the morn
ing, precisely at the hour of six, they
meet to do their devotions under the
directions of the holy Ritualist Fath
ers who have been appointed for the
service. Every moment of the day has
its devotional occupation. The food is
of the plainest Talking is hardly tol
erated. For neatly fifteen hours they
are at prayers or at meditations. They
should, properly .speaking, not leave the
Home. But the Sisters of Bethany can
not put them all up. So these ladies in
retreat set forth every evening in mys
terious silence to the neighboring lodg
ing houses, holding no communication
with man or woman, neither asking nor
answering questions, passing as if ab
sorbed, from their devotions to their
beds, and from their beds to their devo
tions. Such is the modern antique idea
of the religious life. I would deprecate
it, but I remember those lines in "Mem
oriam," which began, "Leave thou thy
sister while she prays."
The Supreme Court.
Raleigh News, of Sunday.
To-morrow the new Supreme Court
will meet in session for the first time.
It will be a memorable day in our his
tory as a State. In 1870 the Democrat
ic party recovered the legislative
branch of the State government. Disap
pointed by the defeat of Judge Merri
mon, our candidate for Governor, from
recovering the executive branch in 1872,
the Democracy rallied and under the
gallant leadership of Zebulon B. Vance
drove the enemy from the executive of
fice in 1878. To-morrow the Supreme
judiciary will pass into Democratic
hands for the first time since the carpet
bag invasion. The people have now
entrusted every branch of the State
government to our keeping.
The names of Smith, Ashe and Dil
lard are a guarantee that the bench of
the Supreme Court will restore the re
spect and veneration with which in
former days our highest judicial tribu
nal was ever wont to be regarded.
The Land of Prom'i&e.
London correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.
I wrote in one of my early London
letters about a plan to purchase Pales
tine by some of the leading Jews in this
country. I now learn that the project
is completed, and that the Messrs.
Rothschild, Montefiores and other prom
nent financiers and patriots have nopes
of success in their undertaking from
every point of view. The secretary,
who, by the by, is a Christian in faith,
tells me every evidence of support to
the project is manifested by the. Jews
of the entire world ; yet a wise reserve
as to the details of the plans, purposes,
&c, is demanded.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TEA INS GOING EAST.
Date, Nov. 10, 78.
3.45 a m
8.20 a m
5.30 a m
5.25 p m 9.30 a m
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with WJT.C.R.R. for
all points in Western North Carolina, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. A D. R. R. for all
points North, East and West At Goldsboro with
W. ft W. R. R. for WUmlngton.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with R. & D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '7&
Leave Goldsboro, 1 9.50 a m
ureensDoro h.m om
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 am 10.50 a m
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with C, C. A. R. R. for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
with A. fc C. A. L. Railroad for all points South and
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C. R. R.
dally except . Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with
A.SUA. l. ior au pointB oouin ana souw-wesi.
At Charlotte with C., C. fc A. Railroad for all
points South and South-west
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem, " " " 10.50 pm
Leave Salem, " " " 5.45 a m
Arrive Greensboro, " " " 7.45 am
Connecting at Greensboro with trains on the R. &
D. and N. C. Railroads.
SLEEPING CABS VITHOCT CHANGS
Run both ways on Trains Nos. 1 and 2, between
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 3 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta.
Ttirotifirh Tickets on sale at Greensboro. Raleigh.
Goldsboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, and at all
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan
sas and Texas, address
J. R. MACMTJRDO,
Gen. Passenger Agent
nov20 Richmond Va.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.,
Columbia, S. C, Dec. 27, 1878
On and after Sunday, Dec 29th, 1878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington time,):
Going South, No. 1.
Leave Charlotte, 1 00 a. m
Arrive Columbia 6 00A.K
Leave Columbia 6 05 A. m
Arrive Augusta 10 00 a. m
Going North, No. 2.
Leave Augusta 5 55 P. .
Arrive Columbia 10 00 P. M.
Leave Columbia, 10 10 P. K.
Arrive Charlotte 3 10 A. M.
Going South, No. 3.
Leave Charlotte.. 11 27 A. m.
Arrive Columbia 4 10 p.m.
Leave Columbia 4 15 p.m.
Arrive Augusta 8 30 p.m.
Going Nobth, No. 4.'
Leave Augusta.. 9 03 ax
Arrive Columbia 1 20 ?. x
Leave Columbia 1 80 P.x
Arrive Charlotte 6 80 P.x
These train stop only at Fort Mill, Rock Hill,
Chester, Wlnnsboro, Ridge way, Leesvllle, Bates
burg, Ridge Springs, J oast on, Trenton and Granlte
vllle. All other stations will be recognized as nag
stations. if ! -
Pullman Palacy sleeping and drawing-room cars
on Nos. 1 and 2, Greensboro to Augusta; also on
Nos. 3 and 4, New York to Savannah, via Rich
mond A Georgia Central Railroad. ;
; . - T. D. KLINE, Superintendent '
Jno. B. UacMuboo, O. P. Agent .
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Contemplating at an early day to make a change
favorable circumstances, I have concluded to re
selected out of my stock various complete lines,
any sacrifice it may be to me, and consumers will
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that they will In this instance come to the conclu
but cheap enough to lay up for next winter. As
day's paper, I beg the reading public to look daily
of special lines on special days.
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I would urge those owing me and desirous of
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
HATS, COE "ETS.j
And fine Fancjr HOSIERY, at the lowest possible
Mrs QUERY'S OB
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE.
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina,
Statesville, December lath, ii.
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenne Laws, on Thursday, December 12th, '78:
One wagon, two mules and harness,and three bar
rels whiskey, owner unknown.
Notice is hereby given to t he owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office In Statesville, and make claim
thereto before the expiration ot thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. J. J. MOTT,
decl4oaw4w ' Collector.
jq-OTICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
Collector's Office. 6th District North Carolina.
Statesville, N. C, December 26th, 1878.
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December 27th, "78:
2 mules and 1 wagon and harness, one barrel of
whiskey, the property of W. F Burns.
Notice is hereby given to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in Statesville, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. J. J. MOTT,
J. 6. Young, i Collector.
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XTJRONT ROOM over McAden's drug store to let
i? for the present year. D. P. HUTCHISON.
Two 5-room cetta&es: one on corner of College
orher of 1
and Fourth streets, the other on the corner of
vnurcnana jrounn streets. ' - - -
- JAS. H. CARSON.
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REMEMBER THAT A JUST EXPENDITURE
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my lines are so varied that to enumerate them
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keeping up their ere-Jit, to call and settle.
CL O T H I N G I
W. KAUFMAN & CO'S. :
CLOTHING HOUSE! :
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havine determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the peoDle of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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All we ask Is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it will be to your interest and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purchases. W. KAUJTMAN a uo.,
Springs Corner, Charlotte, N. Cy ;
' In consequence of the reduction In the price of
the original cost of materials, and In order to give
my patrons the benefit of the reduction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken at my
REDUCED RATESl ;
J. H. VAN NESS
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON & CO'S '
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amply repay you.
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L. BERWANGER ft BRO.,
Tine Clothiers and Tailors. . ,
OR THE HOLIDAYS.
JUST RECEIVED at ALLEN'S JEWELRY STORE
o the handsomest stock of
Goods ever offered m Charlotte. , Elegant Cameo
Sets, Florentine, Masaics, Diamond, Pea3 and
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' Ware In great TarictT.-
'The Ladlesvare invited to call early and make their
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TWENTY YEARS OLD, r.y,;
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oooos are warrant m u TllRWELL.
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