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CHARLOTTE, N. C:, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1871
CASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AMD ALPACAS,
Ranging to Prk from 25 eenU to One DolUr.
A few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, Ml
Wool, of superior Quality, at sixty eeaW
. worth. l-00
Do not fall to see oar LADIES CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
- ELIA8 COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL
111 kinds or
FURNITURE! TO .
BIDDING, Att i t - -i - '
BEDDING, C BEDDING, 4c.
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A Ml Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
LOUNGES I . .1".,
PiRLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS f '
Pi RLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
J3P COFFINS of all. kinds on hand.
ET COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. g Wist Thade Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
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To 25 cents, worth 50 cens per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
S9V to 45 cents. ,
A lot of Dress Goods to 8ft and 10 cents, worth
from 12ft to 15 cents.
j MUST BE SOL-pi
1 Must be sol-L (
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.
I hare on hand a small stock of
which I will close out without any profit Also a
, FEW SHAWLS,
to be sold before the season is over. All shades in
Call and get some handsome Dress Buttons.
A Beautiful Line of
AT REDUCED PRICES.
A New Lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS' KID GLOVES,
m Opera Shades.
Be sure and examine my stock of Nottingham
ii . .'! -;: v ;i
Lace Curtains, before making purchases.
T. L. SEIGLE,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
LADIES' CLOAKS. LADIES' CLOAKO f
ADIES' CLOAKS. LADIES' CLOAK O i
THE GREATEST, BARGAIN
HE GREATEST BARGAIN
OF THE SEASOVT
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SWEEPING REDUCTION of FORMERPBICSO
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H. MORRIS & BROS.
B MORRIS 4 BROSj
THE LOWER HOUSE.
A Glance at Its Pcrsonel and Prcceedingi 3Ier
House of Representatives, )
Raleigh, Jan. 14, 1879. f
To the Editor of the Observer
A look at the political character of
the Legislature shows that the House
is composed of 79 Democrats and 41
Republicans. Of the latter 11 are col
ored, some of whom will vie in black
ness with the ace of spades. I think the
members shows a determination to do
all they all can towards retrenchment
and reform, and to elevate our good old
State to her former prosperity and hap
Among our prominent speaking Dem
ocrats way be mentioned Cooke, Carter,
of Buncombe, Vaughan, Atkinson.
Jones, of Caldwell, Davis, Lockhart and
Turner the Hon. Josiah, who is up on
nearly every question, and invariably
ventilates the frauds and corruptions
of the State. Besides the above there
are many solid, substantial Democrats,
who are an honor to the State and who
never appear upon the floor to make
Among the prominent Republicans
are Norment, of Robeson, a native of
our county, Blocker, Clark, &c.
The Hon. Montfort McGehee is de
tained at home by sickness. He is very
much missed, as 6e is one of the most
distinguished Democratic members of
The House has passed and is now
working on some very important bills
and resolutions, some of which I will
mention : We have- repealed the mer
chants license tax ; a resolution has been
offered by Col. J. L,. Brown for an ad
justment of the State debt; one by Mr.
Atkinson for the reduction of salaries
and fees of State officers, and a general
reduction of State expenses; by Mr.
Turner, a resolution to investigate the
Sewepson and Littlerield frauds ; a reso
lution by Mr. Cooke to impose a license
tax on lawyers ; a resolution for the in
troduction of the Moffett bell punch. &c
J udge Merrimon, United States Sen
ator, addressed a communication to the
Democratic caucus asking that his name
be not used for re-election. This was a
great surprise to all the Democrats, and
we hope it will result in harmonizing
the Democratic party. . A.
More TeMtimouy for Blaine.
Senator Blaine should imitate Sena
tor Thurman . and cull some choice
newspaper articles for the use of the
Teller committee, which is now in New
Orleans on a chase after "Southern
outrages." Mr. Blaine should file with
the committee a copy of Number 706
(January 9, 1879,) of the New York Na
tion, containing an article entitled
" Genesis and History rof ' A Story.' "
It appears that the New York Tribune's
Mr. Z. L. White, iu the course of his
fine-tooth-comb search of South Caroli
na for " outrages," came upon the fact
that Rev. Dr. Cooke, originally of Mas
sachusetts, president of the Clafllin
University for colored people, was hus
tled by some young roughs in 1876, and
in 1878 voted for Hampton. This, Mr.
Z. L. W. insisted, was because the doc
tor was "bulldozed "in 1876. The doc
tor denies the aspersion in a very em
phatic card to the Tribune, in which he
s ys he cannot conceive how a para
graph of the same length could possi
bly be written "containing more mis
statements and false coloring." He
adds that he was not bulldozed ; that he
believes in home government every
where ; that there was no opposing can
didate to Hampton, and that "after
watching his course carefully for two
years, I fully believe he is a true friend
of the colored man, and is doing vastly
more for his elevation in this common
wealth than any Northern man could
do under bayonet rule. I need only
point to the improved common schools
and increased facilities for his intellec
tual training in proof of this assertion."
Neither the Tribune nor Z. L. W., how
ever, are satisfied with this. Theyre
rjeLtttjat Dr. Cook was bulldozed, and
produce evidence to prove it against the
man's own statement. Thereupon: the
Natum retoitywith a sarcasm amply
desert ;; ; ; .
"We again repeat fhaf this exposure
does not prove that there was no vio
terictf f fraud at the late election fr
South Carolina, but it does illustrate
the recklessness and unscrupulousness
with Hrhictr 1 Southern: troubles are dis
torted, colored and exaggerated to make
party capital at the North. It is a mis
erable business, and the Tribune ought.
to be ashamed of it and drop it. The
contention-"with Dr. Cooke as to wheth1
er the hustling he got from, some row
dies did not make him change his vote,
two. years later is as comic, as anything
in recent political literature. What
caused the correspondent to take!' the
trouble to prepare the story," undoubt
edly was the firm possession of his mind
by the theory, which lay at the bottom
of Mr. Blaine's speech, in the Senate,
that .not only every v negro, but every
white man .engaged in the instruction
of negro youth, must, in theabsenee of
duress, desire to vote ' the Republican
ticket even in South Carolina ; and that
when he says he does not desire to vote
it; he-is irbt td be believed even on oath?
and his person ought to be examined
for welts and bruises."
rwash. Cor. Baltimore Sun, 14th.
Ux-Cro vi Hendricks, of Indiana, was
at the capital to-day and on the floor of
both houses. He was warmly received
particularly in the Senate, although he,
met verv few. indeed, who were in the
Senate at the time of his service in that
body. . He is looking remarkably well.
Wm. Hill, the Republican caucus
nominee for Senator from Colorado,
will be probably elected by the Legisla
ture of that state to-morrow. He is the
gentleman who. according : to the public
declaration of Representative Patterson,
of Colorado, contributed large sums of
money to aid) in the election of - Repub?
l l!J.i J!. AT T !..-
ilcan canuiuams xur tut; atjgisiitiuie
with the distinct understanding that he
should be elected United States Senator,
Chief Josephof the Nez Perces tribe
of Indians accompanied by an inter
preter and Yellow Wolf, another Nez
Perces chief, arrived in this city to-day,
and! will have an interview with the
Commissioner of- Indian affairs to-mor-rdwv
' Joseph is ii full Indian costume.
tt' : fir u : i
ills uujeuL ill uuiuiug lu tv aauiuKLim is
to be allowed to speak fox himself con
cerning his views as to how ; he, should
be treated by theovernment, ''"
-vi iWashvCot Richmond Dtspateh, 14ih. j i -"Mr.
Schleicher said on ' New Year's
day that he weighed three hundred and
SixtVt-fiVeib - i'
5 Two women were sent to the peniten
tiary tc-day for robbing a green Phila
deluhian of $900. They w ere. defended
by Airs. Lock wood. ;
Benjamin F. Butler, decorated with a
beautiful button-hole .bouquet, was in
the House to-day He is running over
with a speech on intimidation in Mas
A Congressional Spree.
Washington Special to'the Boston Herald.
There is beginning to be a good deal of
talk among Congressmen regarding the
story first printed by the .Aram and
Navy Journal, that an . affray had oc
curred '.some time ago between i two
Virginia Congressmen, and that one of
tliem had since died, the intimation be
ing unmistakable that h6 died from the
effects of the injuries he received in the
encounter. The matter having become
so public, it is no longer necessary to
conceal what are believed to- be the
real facts. The two Congressmen are
understood to have been ex-Governor
Walker and Beverly Douglas, of Vir
ginia. Both gentlemen, as the, story
goes, -were on a spree-and- met at a
house of of doubjf ul reputation, F ,They
naa Deen on inenaiy terms, rmr, as
usual, a woman was in the case, and
very violent altercation " followed.
Both gentlemen are said to . have been
seriously injured, and one of them, Mr.
Douglas, died within a few days. It is
not supposed, however, by his" friends.
that death was caused by any injuries
received rrom Governor w alker. Mr.
Douglas has been 'for years a iconstant
and heavy drinker, and all his finer sen
sibilities and his domestic virtues have
been blunted and destroyed ijy his un
fortunate habits. Inflammation of the
bowels is said to have resulted from his
excesses, from which disease he is said
to have died. Governor Walker has not
been an habitual drinker, but some
times, when under the influence of
liquor, he has been very violent and un
manageable. He is of very distinguish
ed appearance and bearing, and was
known as the handsomest man in the
House. He is tall and straight, being
over six feet high, and finelv propor
tioned. He hair is prematurely white.
and is abundant. His moustache is
nearly black, and his face' is young and
strikingly handsome. The effect of his
spree lasted a long time, and until with
in a few days he was confined to . his
The Editor. They Need to be Frayed For.
The editor has every-day more or less
temptation to be false to God, to truth,
to humanity and to himself. He is con
stantly beset by dangers, many and
great, .tie may lacs manliness, justice,
conscientiousness, veracity, honor.
Waen this is the case, such an editor
will not only be untrustworthy, but an
absolute curse to society and the State.
He is so easily betrayed into extrava
gances of statement, into sensational
writing, into personalities without jus
tification. He needs the "utmost cir
cumspection and care on his own part,
and, surely, he needs all the spiritual
neips and graces possible. He ought to
be prayed for not once a year, or once
in a decade, but every day, and especial
ly every Lord's Day. This would in
deed be a grand country if all the edit
ors in it were men or trutn, men ot hon
or, men of genuine patriotism, men of
Christian consecration and zeal. In the
past the press has done no little of good,
but it has also done no little ot harm.
If it were not for the extreme portion
of the press there would long ago have
been peace and concord throughout all
of our borders. We are clearly, then, of
the opinion that true Christians should
not neglect editors in their prayers.
That L'ase ol Supposed Poisoning.
Danville (Va.) News, 14th.
In Sunday's issue we mentioned the
mysterious illness of several of the par
ties who attended the wedding of Mr.
Owen and Miss Motley, in north Dan
ville, Wednesday night. Since then we
have enquired into the matter and from
all appearances it seems to have been a
case of poisoning through mistake. It
is now believed that the cake was pois
onous, thus causing all the trouble..
Mrs. Motley, the mother of the, bride
made it at home, and it is thought that
the chemicals put in the cake for flavor
ing was of a poisonous nature, being
taken through mistake tor essence ot
lemon, or Some other essence, as the
case may be. Captain Luckett, one of
the victims, took a-fkte t Urn k to
his little child, which was taken quite
ill soon aftef eating it,-and was affected
in the same manner as the others. A
fentleman present did not eat anything
ut a small piece of cake and he suffer
ed a slight attack also.
All the sick ones, excepting Mr. Holtz-
claw, are reported as improving. He is
i. ' A T .1 J 1 - A.
yet quite sick ana yesteruay it was
thought that very little change for the
better had taken place. .
Light on the Cheyenne Revolt.
The following is an extract from a
private letter from the department of
the Platte, dated on the 9th instant, on
the night of which the hostile Cheyen
nes escaped from Fort Robinson : "We
have now in this department a delicate
question to handle in the removal of the
Cheyenne prisoners to Leavenworth.
They say they will die before they will
go. From the latest accounts the officer
in command, in order to induce them to
consent, had taken their rations from
them. They had then been twenty-four
hours without provisions, and refused
to permit him to feed the children, of
whom there were about fifty. He was,
when he reported, about proceeding to
stop their fuel. " AIT of our information"
leads to the belifef that theyare iu deadly
earnest, and that when the removal
commences, which will be in a few days,
somebody will certainly be hurt. In
fact, from present indications, the mat
ter is likely to prove serious."
How the Negro Senator Feels.
Washington Letter to New Orleans Times.
When a place on the Blaine Committee
was offered Mr. Bruce, of Mississippi,
he replied that he realy did not see how
any good could result from the proposed
investigation Perhaps, he said, there
have been some frauds. It would be
strange if there had not beenr but: his
people had just made the second largest
crop of cotton ever grown in the South,
and that circumstance f urnisned ample
evidence Jo his miud, that they were
quite as prosperous as the laboring class
es North. This being the case, the col
ored people ought not to be stirred up
bv political excitement, which could
do no good, and might do harm by
arousing anew the feelings of suspicions
and dislike of the whites, which were dy
ing out with the prosperity of the New
South. These sentiments were felt to
be full of the good sense which Mr.
Bruce has always shown in speaking
of affairs; affecting the South andjhi
A Rabbit on the Icr,
Richmond Dispatch, 14th.
Yesterday morning a rabbit persued
bv does ran into the river near Mayo's
bridge from the Manchester side, and
for safety mounted a piece of Ice that
floated by. aster and raster tnei cur
rent carried along the ice and its pas
se neer4own the river past the islands,
and on towards Rocketts. The rabbit
no doubt escaped to the woods When
the ice stopped at the gorge.
CLOTHING! CLOTHINfl I
W. KAUFMAN CCS.
CLOTHING HOUSE! i
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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WE HAVE SVEB OFFERED,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
t& 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. KAUFMAN A CO.,
Springs Comer, Charlotte. N. C.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
HATS, OOF KTSM
And fine Faney HOSIERY, at the lowest possible
pOTICE OF SEIZURE.
V. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina,
Statesvllle, 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 Statesvllle, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United Stales. J. J. MOTT,
J. G. Young, Collector.
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JOTICE OF SEIZURE.
United States Internal Revenue, )
Collector's Office. 6th District North Carolina, V
StatesvlUe, N. C, December 6th, 187& )
Seized for violation ot United Stes Internal
Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December 6th, '78:
Ten boxes Tobacco, as the property of J. F. Fare.
Notice is hereby given to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in Statesvllle, 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,
dec25 4w oaw Collector.
A. HENDRIX. Agent,
Corner Main and Blanding Streets,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Special attention paid to consignments. Oulck
sales, and prompt returns guaranteed in every to
QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
Postoffice Address, Charlotte City Mills
Parties having grain to grind or to sell will find
it to their interest to call on the undersigned. Meal
ground either fine or coarse, according to order.
TnanKiui lor lormer patronage, x wiu give my
prompt personal attention to all orders from one
bushel to a car load
ROBERT D. GRAHAM, -
THRESH ARRIVALS, FOB SALE, WANTED.
10 boxes assorted Candles, 5 boxes ehoice Oys
ter Crackers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, largest
1UC oars in me city. ,
Also 1 fine Milch Cow and one medium quail
Cow with young calf, for sale low.
, 500 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED.
dec29 B. N. SMITH.
rpHO&E FINE 5c CIGARS
Have arrived at the Central Hotel Cigar Stand.
Genuine Imported Cigars fpr 10c; genuine Import
ed Cigars 2 for 25c Also a fine lot Key West and
other domestic brands, selected very carefully foe
our retail trade.
JanlSlw ' ; ' .
SHAD, 6HAD, SHAD Just received a lot of fine
Shad from St John's River, Florida, Call
early and secure a pair. J : T. JULIAN,
Janl5 Under Traders' National Bank.
TTTE HAVE A SELECT STOCK ,
, ..Of Whole and Ground Spices, including Feus'
mixed spices, try ft and be convinced that there It
BOthlng nicer. L. R. WRISTON A CO.
eci . 1
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During this week I offer my whole stock of Cloth
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
400 Pairs Pants at 50c on the Dollar.
THE GREATEST WONDER OF THE AGE.
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SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. HANDKER
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AT S. WITTKOWSKY'S.
WE WORLD'S STANDARD.
For Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixtures Gene
The Improved Type Writer.
Oscillating Pump Co's Pumps,
end for Circulars.
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
1 311 Broadway, New York
For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers!
By virtue of the power conferred in mortgage
made by T. J. Wilkinson and Laura H. Wilkinson
to the Charlotte Building and Loan Association, I
will sell at public auction, a house and lot of land
rronangonuMin. u. iMiiroacu in sauare mo. 58.
beginning at a stake on the N. & Railroad and nm
rung with said road to a. .Phillips' corner, thence
with her line 180 feet to a stake, thence parallel
with said railroad 4 91& feet to J. B. Shannon house'
line thenee to the beginning, which is now
claimed subject to said mortgage by E.. W, Mellon.
sam property to De sold at tne court nonse door in
the city of Charlotte on the 1st Monday in March,
1879, for cash, the amount doe the Charlotte
Building and Loan Association being 8229.25,
with cost of advertising and sale.
it. K. VUOmCANJS.
dec 19 tds Secy nd Treaa.
d. e. XAXWXLU
O. T. SAKRISON,
AXWELL A HARRtSO
: AUCTION and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i
I Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
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MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;-;
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Will give strict personal
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- attention to all business entrusted to our care. '
1 Four doors aboye Charlotte HoteL , L
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We are bound to sell, and will seU. A Call will
amply repay you.
L. BERWANGER 4 BRO., .
Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
OR THE HOLIDAYS.
JUST RECEIVED at ALLEN'S JEWELRY STORE
the handsomest stock of
Goods ever offered In Charlotte. Elegant CameO
Seta, Florentine, Masalcs, Diamond, Pearl and
Onyx Rings, Sterling Silver and Plated
Ware in great variety.
The Ladles are Invited to call early and make the
QOX'S and NELSON'S GELATINE,
Corn Starch, Italian Macaroni and Pearl Ta
pioca. L. R. WRISTON A CO.
Guaranteed to be
TWENTY YEARS OLD,
AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
ecial attention to the retail trade, and all out
1 are warranted of the best aualitr.
WILSON BUB WELL,
dec! 3 Druggists.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78. No. 2 No. 4 Dally
Dally Daily ex.Sun.
Leave Charlotte, 3.45 a m 1 6.55 p tn
" Greensboro, 8.20 a m 4.10pm
" Raleigh, 3 00pm 5.80 ami
Arrive Goldsooro, 5.25 p m 9.30 a m
., I, o. . 1 1 ,
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. for
all points in Western North Carolina, daily exeept
Sundays At Greensboro with R. 4 D. R, R. for all
points North, East and west. At Goidsboro with
W. 4r W. R. R. for: Wilmington. .
No. 4 Connects at, Greensboro with R. A D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '7a
12.25 am 10.50 am
Nn. 1 Connects at : nreAnsTMirai with ' SalelA
Branch. At Charlotte with C, C. 4 A. B. R. tor all
points South and South-west; at Alr-Llne Junction
with A. A C. A. L. Railroad for all points South and
South-east ; ; 1 ' 1
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W. Ni C. R. R.
dally except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with.
A. 4 C. A. L. for all points South and South-west
At Charlotte with C., C. 4 A. Railroad for all
points soutnand boutn-west.
Leave Greensboro, dally extent Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem, 10.50 pm
Leave Salem, " " ' 5.45 am
Arrive Greensboro, " " " (,7.45 am
Connecting at Greensboro with trains on the R. 4
D. and N. C. Railroads.
SLEEPING CABS VTTHODT CHANGS , . ,
Run both ways on Trains Nos. land 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. . , .
Threugn xicKeta on sale at ureensDoro, itaieign,
Gorasboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, and at alt
principal points South, South-west, West, North
and East For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan
sas and Texas, address ' ' '
J. R, MACMURDO. ,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
. nov20 Richmond Va.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
RAILROAD. .. .
Charlottk, Coluxbia and Augubta R. R.,
. CoxUMBiA, a C Dec. 27, 1878
On and after Sunday, Deo. 29th, 1 878, the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be run over this
oad, (Washington time,): -
GOINO SoOTtt; N6. 1.
Leave Charlotte, ....... ..... 4. .. 1 00 A,JJ
Arrive Columbia,. 6 00 a. h
Leave Columbia.... ........ ....k.. ... OS A.K
Arrive Augusta .10 00 A. M
Going North, 1 Isa 2.
Arrive Columbia- lOflORK.
Leave Columbia,..., ;. 10 0P- -
Arrive Charlotte,.. 8 10 A.
; DAY PASSENGER. ' ,.: ::
i, GOINOS0UTH,NO.8. .
Ive Charlotte............ i jl'f-'JJj
Arrive Columbia.. ....: tIe-Jt
Leave Columbia.. ........ 1 -
Arrive Augusta.."... . . 8 80
Leave AL:L: i 03 A. 11
Arrive Columbia 1 gO?.it
Leave Columbia.-. . . . . . v ..-;- go
Arrive Charlotte;;. . . .. . .v..V- 'y P ,
These'rraui stop -only at. FoTf 'MutJHf
Cheated WInMb(5ro, HdgeW lvlllej Bates
burg. Ridge Springs, Jobston, Trenton and Granlte
iw AlfUrstattonswjlJ be recognjufiag
Pman Palacj sleepmgsidrawtWroont; eart
on Nos. 1 and 2, Greensboro to Augusta: also o
Noe8 and4, JTorlrte LSavjanwU fajUOt-,
mond A Georgia Central Railroad,.; ; ,
monQ !TV r D. KLTNB, SupermtBdent,"
jHd R. MacMchdo, Gi P; Agent vi'iA 10