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BXmSCRLVtlON RATES :
Daily, mm V". (jf-paif) in advance f8 00
Six Month 4 00
Three Montht .....i.'.. 2 00
One Month. 76
Han ' been thorouahlu, mmtHttl nifh
wont, and uniX the Latest Style of Tirvt and everv
rii nvmamuow ae aune wun neaineM.
71 ana cheapness, we eon furnuA, at Short
til u 'j nival j j v u ii vi ui i
IW say sni
WEEKLY EDITION i
Weekly, (in Vm eounty) in aavanee
Out of thfoounty, postpaid, .............
Six Monthi.l. .........
' Liberal Rerituctiongfor dub.
ASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
just Received another lot of superior
i CASHMERES AND ALPACAS, ,
, -v '
Ranging in Price from 25 cento to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cento,
Do not tall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
ELLAS 4 COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE ! m l I
nvnniNG Ac BEBDING, C
BBSft nnmn. SD"
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
. j lounges !
: , :;wuiges!
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS ! i ,
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. .3
COFiTNS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Trade Strkbtv
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
l- Ladles1! j&entlemen's Burial Robes a
ff t V IT RRR WW W n TTTTU ' XT RRR BKB
f U UR BM If II T U UR Kg
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UU R RN d II T CU R BKHB
i AT T
E. G. ROGERS' WAREBOOMS,
NKIT TO P06TOFnCB.
Wiy Stock ls-TeryT.Iaenib-paja.yull Une of
PAICLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
All Goods Packe4 Free 9lane ;t
.HI l A VJJIT il. VI kill H.ii.LrxT
WJ ttATK THIS CAT
Bf B4 AIM
M MM M
RRR K KEKKDDD '
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RRR KK EE D D
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H M MA
DDD OO W W WNN N
D DO O W W W W N N H
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DD OO W W N NN
About Forty pieces of
DRESS GOODS - t
To 25 cento, worth 50 cents per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
, . 38ft to 45 cento.
A lot of Dress Goods to 8ft and 10 cents, worth
from 12ft to 15 cents.
t "Vf UST BE SOLTA
1 Must be solU
and If you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
' P. S. Our whole stoefcmust be reduced, and In
order to do so will sell very heap-
L O A K
I have on hand a small stock of
which I will close out without any profit Also a
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' Kit GL0TES, ,
in Opera Shades,
Be sure and examine my stock 6f iSotHngham
Lace Curtams, before making purchases.
Respectfully, ,, , sj .
T. L. SEIGLE,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
W; ,. . . . .
LADIES' CLOAKS. LADIES' CLOAK O
ADIES' CLOAKS. LADIES' CLOAK O.
rp H E
G Rr E A'T EST
A R G A I NO
A R G A I NO
'T H I 8
i !.- U-
ONK HUNDRED CHOICE LADIES' CLOAK C
KK HTJNDRKD CBOIOB LABIK8' CI(0Ik7-k
JC8T RBCEITKD BY "fcfPHEflO
D8T RKCKIVKD BT XXPRSSO
,,i ' : ' v. '. At. "
-i- -Whleh-w4H-be sold wltbont leaeue, at aacrt- :
: flclng prices. Don't fau toome and iook at
? .!!. i . -
SWEEPING REDUCTION ot FORMER PRICE O
WEEPING REDUCTION of FORMER PRICE O
HA I !
.i-i f T llOT
NOW IS YOUR CHANCT7
QW, 18 YQUftiCHANCJGi
TO BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFrp
O BUY A CLOAK FOB A CHRISTMAS GIF J.
R I C T7
R I G XU
Ba MORRIS & BROS.:
H MORRIS 4 BROS.
mmMmmmYi jfAJsUARY 18, ,1879. - .
IVl Ui .'.J !f3
A new anfrtenoer? cHami mf he'ait hath learned -j
. Those Uly hands at all times dear to me;
But when, tonlay, thy wrapf attention" TOriid "
Unto thy needle's task, and I discerned .
A loving aptness for the wont In- tMe:1
It seemed so wholly sweet and womanly
?'hat all myoul wltb wordless feelings searned.
ttoatOTctrtng. yea, i sacred ijcehe; J
For In each move, each-little tit and start
Each listless pause that those deft fingers take,
Some hidden Impulse lies. It is a screen
Vrawu ortfinnmes tonioe tn,e genye near&.
xnat sieais away to a ream exuit, or i
vi.-, - TTTiff. -r"-
" A vacuum autotriatic'bralie!' lately testd id En
gland will stop in three hundred yards a train run
ning at sixty miles an hour.
A bankrupt was condoled with the other day for
his embarrassment "Oh, I'm not embarrassed at
ail;"- Bttki he, "its my creditors that are embarrass
ed." tt is no iongerfasionabie to have two sofas fri'
the parlor.- Butj;QUj,wQtiUd; not offend a pair of
lovers If you were to take all the furniture out of
the parlor save a big rocking-chair.
An enterprising Ohio Yankee named Thomas D."
Lovett is about to build a' railroad from Jerusalem,
to Jaffa, in the Holy Land. It is to be a narrow-,
gauge andwlllbe 40 miles long. .-.. "
A dispatch from Buffalo ays there are four feet
of snow on a level at that Dlace. It ne&lects to add
v thai tbe cartle carpenter who left tbei Uel out'
oi aoors nas Deen discharged by his employer.---;
Lowell Courier. , t ., .-: .-
"Ehll. mv 1ewel." Raid Pat "I'm mlu-htv antnr wi
can-v mn wim m i
' An Irih gentleman of , a mechanical turn took
off his gas-meter to repair it himself, anttTput it on
again upside down. At the end of the quarter it
was proved, with arithmetical correctness, that the
gas company owed him $8 50. i
Thomas Massey got out of bed In Milwaukee on
an Intensely cold morning to build a fire, instead of
making his wife do It; and was found an hpuf afterj
ward frozen nearly to death In the yard, where be
hadgone for wood.
The Caucus Complete, Euihu.siatic and Unani--.
LRaleigh Observer, 16th. ;
Last night the Democratic caucus met
in the hall of the House of Kepresenta-
.tives to name a United States Senator
for the term beginning March 4, 1879.
There was an unusually large .number
present in the caucus, and ait ;sejraied
anxious to participate in the harmony
ous. an xleterruined'' will of the party.
After some preliminary discussion, the
Senatbf f tru l?ividsA)n noved that the
caucik ptqeeed to execute the purpose
for which it was called, and go into a
nomrttation of a Senator. n ' r
- The'Senatof froto Guilford, Mr. Cald-
well, feaid that it Wtts welknowrr, Ujer-J
haps, that Governor Vance was riot his
fii-st choice for this gTeat honfrr. btit if
heould not get his 'first wish,l, eouli ;
fall quietly and peacefully into the arms
ot' his second, lie wished them to nom
inate Gov. Vance in a harmonious and
unanimous vote. . ,
Mr, Hnrtnli then ai'ose aiid in a few
sentences strong in patriotosm and f eet
ij&g'lfrjd tasteful in releijerri$.n$ in-'
nlaniiei' nominated ZebuIolvM.'ance
to' be North Carolina's next Senato:
He who had worn the toga handed it
gracefully to one who was so soon to
wear it, and moved that he be named
by unanimity and acclamation
Mr. Speaker Moring in seconding the
nomination by Senator Dortch said, as
one who had been always written down
as a Merrimon man, he desired to seo
ond the nomination of Gov. Vance to be
United States Senator, and that now, hei
and those who had been of his prefer
ence, not only had no objection to the
election of Gov. Vance to the Senate of J
the United States, but they desired it,
and in that spirit he seconded the nomi
nation and the motion to make it unan-
liroousandbyiicelauiation. j. ;
j.ue mutiuii wiis caiiieu ciiiirasi uirceia
and applause. When order had been
restored, on motion, a committee of five
was named to wait upon Gov. Vance
and inform him of his nomination, and
the manner of its tender, and request
him to appear before the caucus. They '
repaired to tne executive ornce, wnere.
they found the Governor surrounded by1
his friends, and officially communicated
the gratiftininteBigejrce'to him. The
Go verntix; j,ir jl'y'w as received
with the heartiest applause, and intro
duced byMr. SpeakerMoririg.
Gov. )YanCd 'feelirfgly' returned his
thanks'tothe caucus for the great honor
conferred upon him, and added that hi$ -gratification
was all the greater because. ;
this honor had been obtained without'
the bitterness ami anxiety of a contests
He complimented his competitor f or bis,
Eatriotism in preferring the peace and
armony of the party to his personal
aggrandizement. Dwelling upon the'
importance of preserving the organiza
tion, of that great party which . had' in.
cljdr'ttrej constitution afmll!lerties
bf tnti Ainexican Deoole. hfe traced brietlv
ffts history, and what it had" done for us'
since the Confederate cause went down
behind the tempest of the skies in the ;
State and the nation. He professed his'
devotion to it not from1 k' subsef-vjent
and slavish obedience, but because of
the great interests it had in charge, and.
averred solemnly .that, he never had ,an
'aspiration which' lie- -wtis Willing to -gratify
at itsexpenseu He prophesied
that the night's proceedings would have'
a most happy effect upon the great cam
paign of 1880, and that if other States
would imitate the example of subordi1 ;
nation to party harmqny which was.
here set the. whole United States would':
soon be redeemed from llepublicarl
misrule. He predicted that we were on .;.
the avenue to restored prosperity des-'
oite the harsh stringency of the times.:
1 We beheld the ' ancient laws restored;
and our people happy and contentedis
He gave assurance that he had refrained
from public or private utterances that
would, add to the, bitterness oia contest.
He congratulated the General Assembly
upon'its p0s3p.c& hrejiinrie capitol,'.
and'again expressed his heartfelt thanks
for the great, gi eat honor that was done1
TTnnn resnminsr his seat he wasloudlv
cheered, antr-' iki Tbotion'the caucus ad
jouraed.Ji lTheu Governor;, received an
ovation and made ms way wren aimcui
ty through ;- ' rtr'ds '"that" strrged
arpmad him.tp congrauiapftum.! ?..s: ,
Religious Experience inCSeyafla. '"
, i l aTBoio (Ner) Qatette,
"I'm goin' to church to-morrow," re-
nrkediaekftown citizen of Eeno,
with a red face, in Sander's saloon, this
low old-timer, , , . .
Wll."vdlf isee "iteblaittM the1 kehtle-,
wanj,, w.ent last Sunday 'ior-the u&isU,
time in nine years, an I felt ever, so
1 1111,11 kJl V VVy A VXllll A- V -a''7
at pedro or poker as usual. Somehow,
seein' so many well dressed, decent peo
ple in a crowd. ,an' hearin' the parson
and list'niri to' the 'hymns I used to
know when I was a boy, made me feel
sort'-'o i tehdebearteff' hW ,JAH,iJtne
feeling didn't wear away-nesither fliltve
felt so dd good an' piousxlike all the
weekthaiOEuM ?iiekf my weight in
hoodlums., this here minute, Goin to
churcn is the boss rocket, you kin bet
on that Every leading.. citizen, had
ought! tO' gotP' chutth. Martlri; take
Hiay." "Aran, ana wbi. can't,
" ald-htf .'Sstonlshe-o: Phfl. ; ""Bs-
I "-J VW1 , . X V VX 11V V J. Ul UUTVU JMCuVU
. .. 'i.-M y.T . .i. " ...,..,r- ,n !
ftJharleston News and Courier', 16th. i
tidu held' meeting yesterday atternoon.
fcM:lmhiedia,t departure1 of i!t&feAzor
'.Jbr'tAbefvi; witA another batc pf iemi
ffrahts' It is broDosed-td disnateh th
' Jfeot1 i bf-'Mrittrovia on the" 20th of Feb-,
rtrary next,, -with' 175 passelisfers and an
assorted freight lifetj if these can be "pro
cured. The passengers on "tills pcbasion
Will eonsist of .stockholder bf, the .
'Ex!udiJ3 'Assofeiatiioh'.' - It Is'bropbsed to;
atdvertise f o'r passerisers ' ; at 'S37.50 for
the passage, includipg their food during .
uie eiHue vupge., .iter ine passen
feera lrat landed at MonroVia they wiU,
of course, have to look out' f6r them
selves. lThe leaders of the Libe'rian
ExOdUS Association expect to: get a
gooa Treigni use aiso, ' ana ciaim taat
they can transport pro vl$io'ris and sun-
aiicaii iflico v uiuil will, give it liitllU.-
sofme'profit t6 those merchants' who de
sire; tj& goods w0 the blacfc 'republic
Our Visit' to $fc f Ola" Goyerhor,
" Columbta Register, i ;
.AVehad.it a, pleasant .boux . with
the Gov.raor,' yesterday. f- We found;
him in bed, t?iit ierf ul, and we : can
say with jtbe1 .utjaogt confideolQe, lch
ard is hiihself asam." As this is our first
Msit,to.fJiXj6Yernor jsinqe his ulliiesa,
uayxiig ,msue jyest pi reasons avoioea
itr; we bM.'mg talk with him on. pub
lic affairs andrf oupjd (him, . to , our sur
prise, a& full . posted in the4ffaics.of
the State, as, if lie had. been journeying
along witli'us, ;wstead', of.wrestling for
ten long, weeks with the grim , monster
fh'afc threateiied , to snatch , him. away
fforiV-a people 'who clung to him. jike
'0bi children, anol wbld, , ii$t , eon--serit,1ti
theit devoted ldy-jtft gav&nira
up. ' ... . ' .. .'. '
' .-The' tjof .16.bks9sttUilly W$l, so
far as his tape is concerned', and though
he yet suffers much at times," he confi
dently talks 6f being in. Chiirlestoa on
the 22nd of February.
A tiiiien ef Notable. SootleareMtia'rmilies.
There was a irnion of two notable
South' Caxylma; families brQughc about
by th marriage" 'at St. Ignatius church,
New Ypijc, Tuesday, . Of Miss Susan
Pr'ces Pi:e3t6r TpHrV Henry Frost.
Miss Preston is a daughter offiei,' Jphn
Si'Prestoii; of Columbia, a C, and 4
niece of Senator Wade Ilainptqiv Mr.
Frost is a son of the' late Judge Frost,
who was an eminent jurist of Cha1''
ton.' V Amongst' the. , bridesmaids was
Miss Mary Barrett, daughter ot Mr.,
Lawrence Ban'ett, the tragedian. A
reception foUowed;at'th6., house. of I)r.
Darby, "Vest Twentieth street, which i
was attended bv all the prominent.
Southern residents ot .New lork, nx
eluding-GenSi -Mansfield'' Lovell, Deas,
and G. W, Smith. w ... ... j
Horrible DoBbktiMurder iu TPQiiessePt
.... Xashville, Tenn., January 15.A
iiai iible murder wis committed at Bell's
Bend.on tiienGunibeilandi river, twelve
miles., :loia-ashi5illj'AMsfe nieht. i ThS
t crime was not discovered until 8 o'clock
this morning Wilifin. the corpses of John
iWJiittemeyer and his :W,ife were found:
side by. side uibed. Alley aad been ter
ribly beaten nii, disfigured, by ,a biilet
of wooL:BeUveen,thertliaL bodies were;
fouuti an .infant and,jiql)ild;;abQut. two
yej.trs, pli.who.werjftiSfoofliUg anapiay
mg, .wiitls.pf their tragical surround
ings.,, .A iiegro named ..Kpox . Martin
is suspected of having committed the
crime. He had. misunderstanding
with Wluttene.efii,ab)iit a day's work,
lie is still iit jiarge. ,, . . : ''
.crij.tuH'-in'.'ain of CUaitofi'':
nsreearllle (SO News.l
is well and popularryinown-:inJreen-
vflle, is with u3 agairii' ' We :have tried
'0 .persufe; A4ams, again
and giveius some more of his "chin
music.1" He has a wlioie ar-load;. of
goods i soihj&wlere. at Ills command, and
may yet conclude to settle down in
Greenville. If lie does, there will be
no end obutaJfin of business,
-anarff yba wout taKetwo f or a dollar,
W&W'&fo ffx:tMipf-MtmU or
four for a quiirter. : - ;
'' 1 d Reid'svifle Times.!. -
"Milfly marriages are Just .hqw ybeing
prlPmtdih'Charlotfe. by , th .aid.; of i
elnuch chotri.i. Tlije, young man who 1
lisns "laneft" fc Wst-ahd wears an eye-
brow on his uDPef fto bows to the blonde
in bliiCk tfeiyet n3d their hearts beat as
one as. they pen-wldoVtaeir : throats out
or the same ftynm booK. ana sing in ian
hafe that jtArxC(t'!be understood. 13ut
let thpir bfflft hftftrfi bpat- the organ
with the-cn.pejmer behind it
plays on.' ;
;;c0-'M; Wet Blar.k,e-
f Wlansboro (S. C.) News.
'"fl hHiGoTttorVahciegoes to Wash
In'hl5afjV.ft'.!!thiM attempt, being
twice cheated -out of his xights,- an in
&ftrtt 'rtf trtti not ism ' and nartv f ealt v
$&flg;5f e'aixleiiri.trie'lorig ruhi " ilerri
rimi 4oncn'ixiilA iwni'fl st thfl Senate
Was rDfirresd bv the manner in which he
giPife.:"!!! defeat now will have
a wwditesome innuence-Jiv eiiiuui
'rideRendent'' arty m iNoith Carolina.
A Drainatic Compai.y Wri cked.
A 'dispatch tias beeh'received atash-i
VfKe-JTentl., fro ''iJ6hn:W:!,'EdWai-,ds,
aaager.;ibf the Jouise Porueiroy and
Edwaidsi jDramatic Company, stating
that the tTainotttaitiin:hSTcetoy
i --r i T f ;
snrevepars, Jja, jF?tHnery was Be-
riously injured? SeVf&l 'iuehYbersof
the coin'p'ahy Vperiseic .;
;:' , ETerjr iSi1.aeWK!
Every.moment that ; we- )&a the work of destruc-
tion never ceases. , among what Isclentiflealrf call
ed "the tissues'' of which our bodies ajwcomooSedV
.Evwy Btamint, it an mm ta haalthi tita murk, of re-.
pairing this destructive prooessoes on wua equal
pacf f rSrt 5 tlf3el;ifloieivlgor Is
given to the oiooa ana muscuiar nore man me or
dinary wear and tear of existence uses up., ,3Khen
the vital force fails from any cause, there ensoes a
wasting away,: which If not arrested, ends in decay
ind deaths Physicians all declare, that, when these
SThTDtams Or, -decline set fri, the bnly certain reme-
;nastyT they cannot take nV Tie pniyresourcejlert
Main, ra s .iimuiswn ,qt tne. vm wita ine
hosnhites of l3m& hndSoda?'' This is , alto-'
free'frorn, msaereeable -'taste' and odorvandJ
nMetjualleatoinje; tor tne nerves ana pram.
A' nHnafRaTiiefet.lti '
It makes no difference how many physicians, or
how much medicm yoti iuivfe fried, it is now an esj
tabllshed fact that German Syrup is the only reme
dy which baa gives complete satisfaction In severe
cases of Lung Diseases. It is true there are yet
thousands of Dersons who are Dredlsoosed to
Throat and Lung Affections, Consumption, flem
.Qrrihages, sima.,jsev(txlds- settled, on me;
Breast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough, &&, who
have no personal knowledge of Boscnee's German
Syrup. To such we would say mat 50,000 dozen
ver80)4lasVjeariWithout one complaint' Coh
sumptlves try just one bottle. Regular Jlze 75
cents. Sold by all druggists in America,
L O T H I N G!
C LOT EISA I
ex o t h i n -jt I
W. KAUFMAN Jt CO'a
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
fifler to the peeple of Charlotte anf this Bectlon of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
O !X !
:kit w ggo
NN N G O
NN ,G GG
N NN GGO
T , H H
"T , H H
WI HAT SVB OFFEBKB,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN'S, BOTH,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST ;CLASS HOUSE.
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- percent, on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN fc CO.,
bpruags Gamer, Charlotte. N. c.
i i j lij
-OICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, i
CoUector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, V
Statesvllle, N. C, Deeember 20th, ia78.
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Rev-awe Laws, on Saturday, December 27th, '78:
2 mules and 1 wagon and harness, one barrel of
whiskey, the property of W, F Bums.
Notice Is hereby given to the - owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in StatesvUle, 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. G. YopNO, Collector.
' )anl 4w oaw -
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
? , . . : ' I . . : 'ir--United
States Internal Revenue,
Collector's Office 6th District North Carolina.
Statesvllle, N C.) Deeember 6th, 1878.
Seized for violation ot United. States Internal
Revenue Laws, nn, Saturday December 6th, '7 8 :
i Tea boxes Tobaccd, as the property of JF. 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
tfnited States. J. J. MOTT,
' dec25 4w oaw ' Collector.
OTICE OF SEIZURE.
1 ! ' United States Internal Revenue, )
Collector's Office, 6th Collection District, N. a, v
Statesville, Dec. 18th, 1878. j
for violation of United States Internal
Laws, on Wednesday, December 18th,
- Five boxes Tobacco, the property of T. C. Striek
er. 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, of the- name "will be forfeited to the
United States. . ., , ,
- ' .7. J. MOTT,
J. G. Young, Collector.
Jan. i at.
T THE CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
Cochrane keeps the best RYE WHISKEY, Stand
ard Pure, Two Years Old.
JOSEPH FISCHESSER, Proprietor,
IS now supplied with the very best and finest
WINES, ALES and LIQUORS.
JUST IN: French Brandy, In quart bottles, five
years old, warranted pure and genuine; just suita
ble for a Christmas Gift
Exported Beer In bottles, by tbe dozen at $1.50
-rjust half the former price.
I have the latest arrangement from Parts for
keeping hot water for winter drinks, perfectly clear
.--.I.,.. t i ,
Best BEER, PORTER,
ways on hand.
ALE and LIQUORS al-
rpHOSE FINE 5c CIGARS .
Have arrived at the Central Hotel Cigar Stand.
Genuine Imported Cigars for 10c; genuine Import
ed Cigars 2 for 25c. Also a fine lot Key West and
other domestic brands, selected very carefully for
our retiiil trade.
Janl5 lw -
! IENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
" : For Standard Pure Llqubrs;
PERA H0U?E !
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20TH, 1879,
The Musical Phenomentm'of the Age,' renowned1
throughout the world tke greatest
NATURAL PIANIST LIVING.
1 ' At tfee'se 1erformarieey Blindf Tom wul "exhibit,
um luarvciuiui giu wuicu una ' gomrai uiiu wwnu-
wld& celebrity, and which has both astonished and
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Tickets on sale every dayat the Central Hotel,
commenclpgastiarj'.lSthi fj -riC
T WELLING HOUSE: WANTED.
A first-olas8 tenant who la willing to pay a liberal
rent,wants a good dwelling nonse witn o ios rooms
Trade or Tryon street, and as neat as possible to
the public square, Is prelenect ' ?:!:--
Apply to S.WITTKOWSKY.
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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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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.
311 Broadway, New York
For sale by Leading Hardware Dealers
Br virtue of the power conferred in morteaee
made bv 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
fronting on the N. O. Railroad, in square No. 58,
beginning ax a stase on .me n. u. uaiiroad and run
nlng with said road to L. A. PhllUos' comer, thence
with her line 180 feet to a stake, thence parallel
with said railroad 49ft feet to J. B. Shannonhouse's
One. thence to the beeinnlne. which is now
etalmed subject to said mortgiige by E. W. Mellon.
oaia propei ly ui im soia n tne court nouse aoor in
the city oi Obanotte on toe 1st Monday in March,
1879. for cash, the amount due the Charlotte
Building and Loan -Association being 8229.25,
wan cost oi advertising ana sate.
R. E. COCHRANE.
Secy and Treas.
C V. HARRISON,
AUCTION and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
) - .IBuy and sell on congnrnentall kinds of
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attention to all business entrusted to our care.
Four doors above 'charlotte Hotel.'
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We are bound to sell, and will , sell. A call will
amply repay you.
L. BERWANGER & BRO.,
Fine Clothiers , and Tailors.
QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
Postoffiee 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 efther fine or coarse, according to order.
Thankful for former patronage, I will give my
grompt personal attention to all orders from one
ushel to a car load
ROBERT D. GRAHAM,
E HAVE A SELECT STOCK
Of Whole and Ground Spices, lncludmer Fells'
mixed spices, try it and be convinced that there is
nothing nicer. L. R. WRISTON & CO.
QOX'S and NELSON'S GELATINE,
Com Starch, Italian Macaroni and Pearl Ta
pioca. L. R. WRISTON & CO.
Guaranteed to be
TWENTY YEARS OLD,
AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
Especial attention to the retail trade, and all our
oods are warranted of the best quality.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAIN GOIKQ JtAST .
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
8.20 a m
5.25 p m
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.CJLR. for
all points in Western North Carolina, dally except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. & D R. R. for all
points North, East and West At Goldsboro with
W. & W. R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 4 Connects at Greensboro with R. ft D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
Leave Goldsboro, I 9.50 a m
Kaieign, 8.50 pm
" Greensboro I 8.28 Dm
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 a m 10.50 a m
No. 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
Branch. At Charlotte with C, C. fc A. R. R. for all
points South and South-west; at Air-Line Junction
with A. & 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. ft C. A. L. for all points South and South-west
At Charlotte with C., C. 4 A. Railroad for all
points South and South-west
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem, " " " 10.60 pm
Leave Salem, " " " 5.45 am
Arrive Greensboro, " " " 7.45 am
Connecting at Greensboro with trams on the R. &
D. and N. C. Railroads. ,
SLEEPING CARS VTTHOtJT CHANGE -
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. 8 and
4 between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta.
Xhrougb Tickets on sale at ureensDoro, Kaieign.
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. MACMURDO.
Gen. Passenger Agent,
nov20 Richmond Va.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. B.,
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,):
fiPJMO SOUTHjtio. 1.
Going North, No. 2.
Leave Augusta. ... . .
Arrive Charlotte,. . . . . ,
ii ; , . DAY PASSENGER,
jv ' Going South, No. 3.
Leave Charlotte. . .
Arrive Augusta '
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. 8 30 P. k.
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imuu.Ai. nl si IMrimt nwlr Hill.
Chester. Winnsboro, Rlagewaj, Leesvllle, Bates
burg, Ridge Springs, Johston, Trenton and Granite-.
vUle. AllomerstatlQnswlU be, recognized as flag
stations.' - ''
Pullman Palacy sleeping and arawmg-roem ears
on Nos. 1 and 2, Greensboro to Augusta: also on
Nos. 8 and 4, New York to Savannaiuna Rich
mond A-Georgia Central Railroad.' ' '
T. D. KLINE, Superintendent.
jNa R. MacMtjbdo, G. P. Agent