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TUESDAY', JANUARY 21, 187
The following table Bhowsthe running of passen
ger trains to and from Charlotte,', on all the rail
roads (Washington time): .., , :;, ;
Arrives from Richmond and Goldaboro, 1.00 a. m.
Leaves tor u - , " 8.20 a, m.
Arrives from Richmond, 10.50 a. m.
Leaves for ' 6.66p.m.
".-V, ATLAHTA CHAKIXWTX AIRLINE.
Arrives from Atlanta, 8.20 a. m.
Lmtm for Atlanta. ; 1-05 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta, i , 50 P- m-
Leaves for Atlanta, . . J ...... 10.60 a. m.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA.
Arrives from Augusta,,... ! . p. m.
Leaves for Augusta,.,. .... . ........ 11,00 a. m.
,- CAROUDHA CENTRAL.
Arrives from Wilmington,. ..... 7.29 p. m.
Leaves for Wilmington, 6.00 a. m.
Arrives from Shelby, 5.00 p. m.
Leaves for Shelby, 7.00 a. m.
. ATLANTIC, TKXXES8KB OHIO.
Arrives from Statesvnie,:. 5.80p.m.
Leaves for Statesvllle..., ....... 7.00 a. m
CHARLOTTK POST OFFICE.
Money Order Department,. .9.00 a. m. 5.00 p. ml!
Registry Department,.... 9.00 a. m. 5.00 p.m.
Gen'l DehVy Stamp Dept.. 8.00 a. m. 6.00 p. m.
" s 8.80p.m. 8.45p.m.
tST" On Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
Department will be open from 8.00 a. m. to 10.00
OPKNINO AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
Danville ft Charlotte R.R.,. 8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
" " " 11.15a.m. 6.00p.m.
Charlotte ft Atlanta R.R.,. 8.00 a.m. 9.00 p.m.
ft Augusta R. R., : 8.80 p. m. 1 0. 00 a. m.
Wtlmn ft Charlotte R. R.,. 8.80 p. m. 5.00 a.m.
Charlotte ft Shelby R. R.,.. 5.80 p. m. 6.00 a. m.
ft Statesvllle 5.3Q p. m. ( 6.00 a.. m.
ty Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at
.'5.00 p. m., and Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m.
W Yorkvllle, (horse route,) Thursdays at 6.00
p. m., and Fridays at 7.00 a. m.
W. W. JENKINS, P. M.
Index to New AdverjUiemeniM.
E. D Latta ft Bro To-Day.
Wlttkowsky ft Baruch Linen Goods.
:8lfford ft Durham New Firm.
Offtck Chief Signal Officer,
Washington. Jan. 20 7 -.30 p
For the South Atlantic States, warm
er south to west winds andjpajAly cloudy
weather with stationary or slowly fall
Local Iteport for Yenterday.
T7XMT2 P. M. Y9 P. M
Wind Direction,. . .
S. K. '
Highest temperature 40 deg.; lowest 18.
Visions of more skating have begun
to appear to the lovers of the sport
The 'New York Herald liad daily re
orts of the recent cocking-main in this
They are trying to stop cock fighting
in the State. See legislative proceed
ings, published elsewhere."4 1
Colds were never more prevalent in
the community. The physicians re
port quite a number of people prostrat
- ed-by them. ;
Next Friday night Grand Master
Eringhaus, of the Independent Order
to the lodges of this order in this city.
Four members of the Hornet fire
company got the engine oiit, laid the
hose and threw the only stream, .oa the
trire Sunday morning. - ,
There will be a sociable on next Fri
day evening at Mrs. Wilkes': for the
benefit of the Home and Hospital, All
friends and the public 'generally are in
vited. 'v: ' '
The boaixl of aldermen was to have
had a meeting last night. There was
no ouorum present and the members
adjourned to 4:30 o clock this after,
The people are getting meaner and
deviltry is manifesting itself in new
directions. B. Cochrane had a grind
stone stolen from his premises the other
night. , . ..
Calvary Mission church was crowded;
Sunday night .by a crowd: anxious to
hear Mrs. Moon,, the Quaker reviyAlist?
These were much interested arid im
pressed by. her! manner .and her lan
guage. Again, last night the church
was full. ' ' ";
The citizens of Davidson College had
a meeting a few days aga,and sent a pe
tition to the Legislature, i asking that
the town be incorporated and that Rev.
W. P. Williams be appointed mayor un
til the tirst.of May, when-the municipal
elections are held throughout the, State,;
The American Agrlculttitist for Jan;
u;iry, published by ,vthe; 4Orange Judd
Company, : 245 Broadway, 'New York,
has been received-' We have no hesitation
in prononricihg it ne pliis ultra among
the agricultural periodicals of this
country, and heartily commend it td
our readers. . :-! , . .
Xhenn ometer Becor
TliR following will show the state of
the thermometer, at the statioTWrmeTFT
tioned, at 4.35 yesterday evening, Wash
ington mean time, as. ascertained from
the daily bulletin issued from the sig
nal othce in this city :
Jacksonville. . .
iVUgUSUt. , ....
A 1 1 ' - r I
Montgomery . .,
New Orleans. .
Savannah ... ...
Charleston . -, . i 4
Coi sicana . . u...iM
Indianola. . .'-i-i'j'iOl
J Sty Marks
Alntt Frozen tDeaUi,. ,:i
Sunday: "nibrwnabou4ij 2 o'clock,
Policemen Orr.and Uealy- found, Clark;
Hall lying between the ' tracks' of. the
North CarolinSBailroad, near tbeTrade
street crossing, almost frozen toi death
His clothes r werer frozen stiff, and he
was covered with sleet, having probably
lain nnr. sin r.hft earlv nartof the even
ing, as he was seen in '-that , portion of
thpi town in a state of beastly; : intoxica
tion, about darken the evening .beforew
Thfi nolicemrai revived himi and he was
able to appear before the mayor y ester-
xiay morning. 'Jtio. yi uuwkha uui w wmo
to town within a year if they would let
.liVKi T.--'-.? iiT,;-i j i ll' T .
H ill 111, n'UV 'I '
Election f Officer. " 'u,-.
At the annual meeting of the GharH
lotte Grays, for. the election of ofiicers
.neia lasLmsui iueiouowmg wereeieui-
ed , for '. tne: ensuing v term ot twelve
months r"-"l t?. '' ; ' . t
Captaihr-B. B. Alexander, I
First tieutenant H. D. Duckwortl
'.Second lieutenant T -J. Black,
Third Lieutenant!!. 'M'. Ramseur,,
Orderly Sergeantrll. J.,Sifford,
Secretary and' Treasurei-J.jT. Boyt;
j: rh 'TinnWvirnrniftsinnfld : offifiers
will be hereafter appointed :by the eap
it is proper tef state' that - Capt. W. U
Hand; who has, ever since the re-organization
of the Grays,' commanded the
, company with so great satisfaction and
. uch fine results, positively ideclined to
erve another term as a commissioned
chicken thieves work by
fits and starts.-; About j Christmas, a
dozen or two heir roots were robbed,
and now again -they .have started on
the rounds. Capt. E.' Ji'Allen losttll
his Friday nizht Sunday nieht. Mr.
W. H. H. Greeorv's watch doer was kill
ed in his yard and an unsuccessful rasdV
was made upon nis coop, un xne same
evening, a servant in the employment
of Mai. C. Drowd caueht a negro named
Sam Young in the act of carrying off
a fattened turkey. He was sent to jail
yesterday morning. There is no clue!
to the other thefts. - . ..
tee, held at the rooms of the Young
Men's Christian Association, vesterdav
af ternoon,sub-committees,were appoint-
ten iui cm;u vy iu, Moil uilvs Leilg vo
find Out the poor of the city, investigate
the circumstances of eacli aoulicant for
aid and make orders on the treasurer of
the association for such funds as .may
m meir opinion De needed. These com
mittees are com posed of ladies. Anoth
er committee composed of gentlemen
was appointed to collect lunds. The
committee will hold another meeting
sion to hear, re ports from the sub-com
.mUtee&,'-.'Qer, thirty persons attended
XI . a rrx 1 i 1 1 i 1
wit) ' meeemgi xney nave laKen 1101a
of their work, zealously.
Hon. K. F. Armfield, of StatesvilVe,
the distinguished Congressman-elect,
fioni the seventh district, was in the
city last evening, and left this morning
Mr. C. J Lineberger, seniof 'rjfrdpne
tor of the factory of Lineberger & Co.,
Gaston county, is lying very ill at Iris
home, and iu response to summons. Dr.
J. P. McCombs. left this morning on the'
Air-Line train to attend him.
Dr. Jos. Graham left yesterday morn
ing for Raleigh to attend a meeting of
tne Mate ooara or health ot which he is
a member. The board at this meeting
submits to the , General Assembly
through the Governor life first annual
report, together with such recommen
dations as it sees expedient as tending
to promote toe puDac.iieaitn.
ut. vv . e. uregg, 01 unester, s. C was
in the city yesterday "and was warmly
received by his many friends.
" Quite a number of the creditors of,
the late firm of Smith Forbes1 fiave
unveuiu cue city, wunin me pasx lew
days. -1 ' ' ' '
Important Railroad Meeting.
The meeting of the railroad officials
recently held in Atlanta was one of
considerable importance. Owing to the
aaopuon 01 the new classification and
through rates, to take effect on the
15th instant, changes -were necessary
in locai ratesana ciassincauonaiTCver
all the roads. These new rates' and
classifications take effect from both
east and west. The meeting was for
the purpose of securing uniformity of
action wnu reierence uuocai rates, and
also for the purpose of considering a re
vision of the present division of busi
ness. Committees were appointed to
take into consideration eaeh point of
interest, ana the meeting adjourned til
the next day.. The committees report
ed that they had found their-dutiee
such that they had not been able to
agree upon a report. The association
theft adopted a resolution requesting
the committees to be ready to report at
a meeting to ue held, March 19th. A
tnis meeting eacn member ot the com
mi t tee will present his views, and pre
sent them written out in full.
County- meeting of Northern Settlers.
t acts 'of the Northern
men s convention, held in this citv. a
few days since, was to express its belief
in the importance Of a previously passed
resolution, calling county conventions
of Northern settlers to meet on the 15th
of "February, to appoint''1 delegates to
State conventions, to be held in March,
which shall in turn appoint, delegates to
a -general 'convention, to be held in
Charlotte on the 4th of Jul v. The ob
ject of this general convention is simi-
ar to that recently held, and the pur
pose in insisting on county meetings is
to ineure-a-repiTsentatioTrwhich shall
heuUerdn ,eyj&Ssense of the word.
Tne president and Individual members
of ..the convention expressed an earnest
desire that those of their countrymen
who had not spoken should be given an
opportunity to do so. They believe that
they have undertaken a work which is
capable of great and lasting benefit to
the South, and tbeing firmly convinced
of ; this,. they .desire to leave nothing un
done which shall" tend 1 to render this
work complete; ;!
Sunday ?Mrri lag's Fire 1 '
Aboufc-Si30 Sunday i morning. Police
man Healy riiswvejfed "fire and smoke
issuing-' from' the.'secbhd storv of one
Of the brick baildLngs oir College street
belongmg-to the- Commercial Nation al
Bank, the lower floor, of which iir-occa-
1 MessrsIjoag & Bro. as a bar
room. ine atarm was sounaeu and the
fire' eomnaflies responded: .The Hornet
nginwaS playing bh the building- a
Bimrb iimje aicei waru uu booh succeeu-
ed in putting out the nre. Thefothe
companies were ready; for work, but
uieir services wenriiub xuijjiirea.
The cause of the fire was investigated
vesterdav morning in the mavor's couit.
It was found that G. A Kieer had. built.
a Ore in the, room some time jdnxtng-tne
night and had fallen asleep near it The
floor caught t rota this, probably by a
chunk rolling on to it.' and when Kiser
awoke lie was almost stifled by the
'etnokfcHef nnade an effort to put out
the names, but failing he departed, leav
ing a shoe ana hat Behind 1
About a third of the floor was burned
and the walls were blackened, but the
damage to the building was slight.
Messrs. CntbbertsOtt'& Ijong had about
a hundred bales of cotton stored' in' the
cellar. Had the building been burn
ed the entire block of stores 6n College
street would doubtless ' hate been de
The audience which assembled : last
night0to hear Blind Tom was chetiy,
composea oi ivvu ciossks muse wnu
went.i see ihe-musical prodigy and
those-ywha; went to 3 bear'-the musical
ceniuslia,Thei latterilass iwas1 laf gely
composea 01 people wno are noir oun
seen in the theatre. The attendance
was considerably above, the ayjeraffeajUJaniiaij;
hiusicaT etitertainmenw m Charlotte.
Of Blind Tom and his playinff noth
ing'newcan bePsaid. Hi' performance
last tirght" waS' fri no niaterial points
. f j , . 1 1. r 1 1
aiaerenj.rrom wooa iwuicu ne uaa ueeu
crivinff in thi8'vc0Untry tmd in Europe
for nearly or,.quiterraJI!aiuar ter of a cen
tury. Many of then PieceK he gave
and they included every variety or mu
sic, from the. most classical of Betho
venV"' compositions to the plantation
songs of Southern negroeSH-were hearti
ly enioyea Dy tne.auaience. ; nis won
derf undelidSte'totichaha fine expres
sion cannot cease toi be a source of plea-
Bare to the lovers of the divinest of arts,
as they are a wonder to everyf listener.
As a .vocalist, he is not a brilliant suc
cess, his voice being more expressive
than ni'i.i';ilv,hufc this . f eattifti bf US
Eerformahce relieves the monotony of
isentertainmeht& :J?Ihe 'rendition of
some of his own compositions, musical
and, literary, had the effect of investing
the curious autnor witn a greater inter
est, as tending to-eive an insight l!hto
his nature, or rather perhaps, of adding
to the mvstervof his beine.-
Blind Tom will never cese j;0,be'a
in terestinjr character. t
OBEtr JAOKSONS BEST SWSTirJT
f ChsuJotte. - -j .'.Fi" .
vTh Georgetown; Texas. "Re&yrdfGtl
recenB-daterChronicles the marriage of
jit. AvuarieyMieu 10 juiss iNora.iiarcy;
Dotn or tue towir named. - ifie vouae
ady is a daughter of Mr. WiUiamHartVr4
auu a.mece ot nir townsman, Mi.ja$
HartyfitThe bjide in this ease lef tr(5tiat-
J - a . . . I
lottewnen a sm&u gif m ne paper re
ferred to, speaking of the parties to the
nuDtials.savs: "Both are well-knowr.
!ajidihavteirn3tiy jfriends, who hope for
Ji 1 tl 1!
ITJIetMtra.Xfatta dc Bro' Ad
H'jMessra, Laita & B(rl re-appear in the
S lupins o vbseryer this morn
g with an ad. which must attract the
eye of every one who turns td! the. first
page of tlie paper. They have marked
uOwa'qiiantity; pfiir goodsto starts
wig ngures, auu me granu Closing pud.
sale in certain lines begins this morn-
ins. Thftsft. redufttinna cm t.hfl 'Tiarfc::nf
this.rm arenas it has before demonstrat
ed bonajiae. They will sell everything
at the prices, awhich they are off ereds
lOwI 'these 'r' prices are. As to the
character of their goods, everybody
knows thev are first-class. To strangers
we commend tb firnvad to their adV
vertisement we invite public ' atten
I I I -i
ItahreaI Notes. ' ;
The Carolina Central is all right again
after it recent trestle accident' "
The Constitution savs that Mr. Her
bert Brown, of Atlantarr-who was for
some time engaged' at the Air-Line de
potIn this city will soon be admitted
to the bar.
Mr. Thomas Anderson has resigned
his position as master mechanic- of the
.Charlotte, Columbia and, Augusta Rail
road, and Mr. T. D. Kline is now;doing
auty as Dotn superintendent and master
mechanic. Capt. Wm. Ficklinghas Deen
appointed foreman of the shoos..',' -,
' From tlie number, of bills which have
Vfeen introduced in the Legislature td
prevent the running of trains bn unv,
aay and to prevent discrimination) on
the part of the roads inthe matter of
freight; charges, it would appear that
4he present session of the General As-
semoiy is likely to give the railroads
Iteport of the Hecerit Courentloa
Here.;"; '. ' .
The proceedings of the convention of
Northern settlers, held in, this city last
wees, .naye gotten very f- generally into
print. Special telejgraphic reports of
the same were published the morning
after the convention In the New York
Herald and World ; the latter had a re-,
port covering more than a half column.
The proceedings were alsa reported
briefly to the associated press, and thus
got into every dajly paper in.tbe coun
try. The Atlanta Constitution had
special and very excellent reports of
thedpings of the body,, and a great pro
portion or tne newspapers ol this and
adjoining States have published full
summaries, taken fron The Obsekvtsb
or other charlotte papers, in many
instances these publications have been
accompanied by highly congratulatory
mE&MPHIC MARKhT REPORTS.
JANUARY 20i 187
Cincinnati Flour dull: family 4.25a5.25.
Wheat dull; red and white 90a97. Corn dull. Pork
firm, held at 9.00. Lard higher; steam 6.00.
Bulk meats aulet shoulders clear HWs 4.25.
clear sides 4; baoou scarce and firm; shoulders
3, clear ribs 5, clear sides 514. Whiskey quiet
and weak at 1.03. Butter dull and unchanged.
UiinQ, Ann. hoWlo 11 . -i 1 . k A OIUmL. Van.
Orleans 5a7. Hogs In active demand and higher ;
BAtTTMOKB Oats more Inquiry : Southern 28a
32, Western white 30a31,do mixed 28Vfea2l&.
Pennsylvania 29a32. Hay quiet, steady; prime
Pennsylvania and Maryland 10a 11. ProYlsioM
better Inquiry and firm; mess pork, old 8.50,
new D.50; bulk meats loose shoulders, new 3aV
dear rib sides 4a, per car load, packed new
3a4; bacon -shoulders, old3a4, clear sides.
new 5V2. nams, sugar-cured, new. Voife. Lard
refined tierces 74- Butter active and very firm;
choice Western packed 16al8. rolls 15al7. Coffee
quiet and nominally steady. Rio cargoes Haiti.
Whiskey dull 1.09aV& Sugar duil and easier ; A
New YoEKFlour unchaneed. nuiet: No. 2.
2.30a2.85, superfine Western and State 3.20a3.50.
common to good extra Western and State 3.65a
3.70, good to choice do 3.U5a450; Southern Hour
unchanged; common to fair extra 3.85a4.65; good
to choice do 4.75a6.2o. Wheat dull; ungraded
winter red 99al.09, No, 3 do 1.03a3. Corn
without Important change; ungraded 47i&a48i,
No. 3, 44- Coffee fairly active and unchanxed
In cargoes IlalB, In lob lots Hal7. Suear aulet
and unchanged; Cuban tiias, fair to good refin
ing &aoH, prune i ; rennea quiet; standard A
HVs. granulated 8, powdered y, crushed
Molasses quiet and unchanged. Rice In moderate
demand and steady., i PorkmeaB on spot 8.20.
Lard prime steam on snot 6.22lAa30. Whiskey
nominal. Freights quiet ...
Norfolk Steady; middling QVtc: net receicts
2.H51; gross; stock 19,581; exports coastwise
810; sales 475; exports to Great Britain .
Baltimore Firm; middlimr eeae. : low mlddllnK
9c.; good ordinary 8c.; net receipts ; gross
306; sales 247; stock 11,528; exports coastwise
26; spinners 75; exports to Great Britain ;
to Continent . .
Tlnfrmw Ii'lnn mldailncr Q5fa Inw mtdHKnir
ftlic; good ordinary 8!; net receipt 467 V gross
2,034; sales ; stock 2,575; exports to Great Brit-
WnjiiKGTON Steady; middling 9a.tr low mld-
dllug ma-; guoff'M fllfiaTy8T5eT receipts 109;
gross w sales t stock 4.754; spinners --j exT
rr$jcMVlf983: to Great Britain ; to Con-
neni ; to cnannei x.iou.
.tpttljliyjSLPHLViii fMafifntddang, 9lc.;.
:ddlnir Who.:, low.
mMulmk 1 9V ; ' koo ordlHary &lcc net receipts
203; gross 557; sales ; spinners 616; stock.
7,750; exports to Great Britain ; coastwise 100.
ACGU8TA Firm; middling sake; -tow -arid-
dling 814&; good ordinary IVsfi.; receipts 396;
shlpmente; sales 818; stock . - .
Charleston Steady ; middling 9Vsfi.; low mid
dling 9Vfec.;good ordinary 844c; net receipts 3,
068; gross frLBales, 1,000; stock 60,386i exports
Continent ; to channel . .1 ,
New York Steady; sales 546; middling uplands
9 7-16., mid. Orleans 9 9-16.; consolidated net re
ceipts 25,456, exports to Great Britain 12,470:
Continent 10,639; France 9,274; to channel 1741?
Liverpool Noon Good demand Mldg uplands
5 7-16, Orleans 5 low middling uplands , good
ordinary uplands . ordinary uplands -r-. sales 15,
nnn. sneculatlon and exDort .8.000. recelbts 7.400.
Anterlcatr4000. Futures opened 1-1 6 cheaper, but,
have 8ince,recoverea. u pianos lewraiaaiingciause:
January delivery 5 13-32, January and . February ;
do, February and March do. Match, and "April 5 7-16al5-32,
April and May Wkal5-32aiv May and
June 5 17-32a9-16. June And July 5 l9-32a
July' and August -, August hnd September t-.
New crop hipped January and February per sail
"Nivf YoKK Futures 'closed
firm. Sales 46,?
- : 9 -.70
10 .Ola 02
February - ..
June - :.....;...'-'..'..
-New YoRk Money 1.2Vz. Exchange 4.84a5i
Governments firm. New 5's l.Ollk. State bonds
CITY COTTON MARKET.!
Office of the Observer,
.u -n-. Charlottx, January 21. 1879. 1
.The market yesterday closed quiet, as follows:
CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MARKET.
JANUARY 20, 1879.
CORRECTED DAILTi .
' Spliced, ti thv 1.75
; K a hog rounr, . ; .
Hum nnwHMrwnnil ,
- , ;S8a40
LlveTDOOl fine. . . .
. i 85a40
EecM per dozen. . .
ALra.. ... . .. .
iTTOLlCAT AMD CHRISTMAS GOODO
' JJlOUpAY AH CHBISTMAS KXDO
HA VI COJDS ABB OPXM TOR DtSFXCTION AKB BALXi
A large and varied stock.
THE BEST WE EVKR HAD.
T0t AE. INriTXp TO CALL
TIDDT. Ik, BBOTHKL
BEAT BABOA1NS FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
Gold-Head Canes and evervthins too want
for Christmas, at
, , , J. T. BUTLER'S.
XXTE DESIRE to call attention to OUR 8TOCT7"
a TV E DESXRE to call attention to OUR 8TOCAV
N C Y
N C Y
Ground and Cut Glass Bottles, the handsomest
In the market The latest styles of Perfume Boxes,
Including some novelties, which will pay you to
call and examine.
FINE FLORENCE and CELULOID TOILET Cases
. A -j .- .. .
French . Plate, Hand Mirrors, Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a full stock of English and
American Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes.
, ,1 , L. R WRISTON ft CO.
CALDWELL HOUSE.' CALDWELL HOUS
Caldwell Hovsav caldwell hocs
. . ,..,.,CoxiTryonand Sixth Streets,
' Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
& P. CALDWELL...
. . Proprietor.
This house Is permanently established and offers
all the conveniences and comforts of a first class
boarding house. Persons visiting the dty will find
Jt.a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms.;, .,- ,
ninn n 01 or. w fta n.
month, , $20,00 ; . le board, $15.00 per month. .
, J&nio,. ..... , .
A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON ft COV
With 25 yeaw ' experience I guarantee entire
And rure Liquors, Three Years Old, go
Central Hotel Saloon.
SEWING MACHINES. '
, 15 or 20 fine Sewing Machines on consignment,
will be sold cheaper than they can be bought else
where In the State. Call early as they must be
sold, . ; ; i MAXWELL ft HARRISON,
Auction ft Commission Merchants, Charlotte, N. C
TX7ADDILL HOUSE "
...j 0AJBT0Nli,HC , . ;-"'
a but mbvf nAiMiiigfj: u.ti ' ; ' ' '
lift. B. WADDJLLt 1 ,
NOTICE TO TARMERSm
am prepared to 3TOBJS COTTON In my fire proof
building-cither lu basement Or on the first oc sec
ond floors and will gire ! warehouse receipts on
which you can draw mooey If desired.
, ? . . -
THOMAS H. GAITHXR,
QBOCKRIKS CBXAPER THAN EVER.
NIW GOODS t
Come to me for Bacon. Com. Susar. Cafiee. Mo
lasses, and other PamDy Groceries. .
Just received, tew barrels of Berry Foster's (Do
BEST RYE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of Coon try Hams. I sen for cash.
All goods delivered In the city free of charge.
W. H. CRIMMTNQER.
Next door below Wilson & Black's old stand.
O T T O N
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
THOMAS H. GATTHER,
COTTOH COMMI88IOH KllCIAHT,
yiLLIAMS & FINGER,
Have ust received a lot of Turkeys and Chickens
which we offer at low prices. Come to Williams &
Finger and buy the best Family Flour from the
best mills. Wheat, Bran. Oats, Com and Meal,
Honey, Country Lard, Butter and Eggs. The best
Timothy and North Carolina Hay, eow and horse
teed of the best quality, Sugar, Coffee, Ac. Con
signments solicited for all kinds of country produce.
wui maxe prompt returns 91 sajes.
A. BENDRIX. Agist,
AlTD . . .
Cornei Main and Blandlng Streets,
COLUMBIA, a C.
Special attention paid to consignments. Quick
sales, and prompt returns guaranteed in every In
I have now in store a full supply of Groceries and
Chickens and Ducks, fresh from
Fresh Goshen Butter. New Buckwheat Flour.
S. M HOWELL
UST RECEIVED, CHOICE
YELOW BANANA O
Also some beautiful CONCH SHELLS. Be sure to
call on me for
Remember my stock of Confectioneries and Fancy
Groceries is Complete In every Particular.
I Invite a trial of my Celebrated Mottled, Blue and
Red Laundry Soap.
Remember I keep the Largest Bar of Blue Soap In
the city for 5 cents..
Also a good Laundry Soap at 8 Bars for 25 cents.
Recollect that my stock Is not composed of Fancy
Goods alone, but also Heavy Groceries, such
as Bacon, Lard, Molasses, Sugar and
Don't fall to call ou me when 'you want first class
Janls. ;,' LeROY DAVIDSON.
OOD HEALTBTT3 ESSENTIAL
And Good Bread is Essential to Good Health.
Therefore buy BRIDGEWATER Family Flour,
the best in America. For sale only by ' '
U T E OR 0 H R O N I C
A L I C T L I C A
e above Trade-Mark
1 ' EUROPEAN RALlCYLlC MEDICINE CO., .
Immediate relief warranled. i PermaneDt rare
guaranteed. Now exduatvely used by all celebrated
physicians of Surope and ' America, becoming a
Staple, Harmleesv and -Sellable Remedy on . both
conunenu. . , -xne , mgnest jteaieai Acaoemy , ox
Paris reoort 95 eures out of 100 eases vrithlnthree
days. Oocret The only dlssoiver tf thepoisonous
Uric Add which exists in tne Blood of Rheumaoe
and Gouty Pauents. $1,00 box; 6 boxes foe
$5 00. Sent to any address on receipt of lalce.'
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by an druggists.' Ad-
Oiess,, ;! WASHBUKNEft CO.,"1'
h novt Only Importers' Depot. 23 Qiff-st., N. T.
TOP AT THE
-. eallsbury.N.C. ,
& a Bbowv, Proprietor,
' . KLate of Che National Hotel. Raleigh.' ' :
C. a Brown, Jt, Chief Qertt .asiielbamiAs
deogo - j -; . i,
' . " ... VIA WILMINGTON;
,i- ' ? THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTS
Tula Line being' fully equipped for business.
IMgkt&oa' ".;1'';.,''.-V";" .--ei
WTIinlngton and all Northern and Eastern Cities to
Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations
Atlantic Tennessee ft Ohio,
As well as points in Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low aa
Gen. Freight Agent, Wilmington, N.
R. J. H. McADEN,
PBUGGIST AHI CHSipST,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubln's Extracts and Colognes,
English Select pices.
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at an hours, both night and
J. H. McADEJTS
200 Barrels of
C. WEST ft SONS'
EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene OU, from C. West ft
Highest Medal awarded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before It will
bum. O. West ft Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. McADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. a
SCARR ft CO.,
NEAR thx post-offici,
. Would respectfully inform the public that they
have opened a retail and family Drug Store, near
the Post-Office, and soOeK the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Prescriptions and family recipes dispensed with
great care and pore Drugs.
TX7ANTSD A sood asent to canvass
vv and the ad joining towns for the best
household articles In the world. Tip top profits,
write at once to World Manufacturing co., 2 Clinton
Place, New York.
OUSEKEEPERS 1 ! !
A. postal card sent us with your address will in
sure free In return, our Illustrated Circulars of nice
Bouseholcnng Specialties. PALMER ft SKILTON,
Manufacturers, 281 Pearl Street, New York?
GXNTS, READ THIS.
We will Day AcentB a Sfdarr of SI 00 ner month
and expenses, or allow a lane commission to sell
our new ana wouaeniu mvenuons. we meanmut
toe soy. Address, without delay, , .
isri kkm aw a w., mars nan, Michigan. 4w
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and will positively cure
nine oases In ten. Information that will" save
many lives seat free by mall. Don't delay a mo
meat, Prevention Is better than eure. Sold every
where. L U JOHNSON ft CO..
... Bangor, Maine.
NEW EXCITING BOOK ! '
Bristling with the wild adventures of
- ' STANLEY IW AFRICA- 1
The onxt emthentie and covuruiMeA cheap edition.
By the brUiiaat descriptive author, Son. J. T. Head
ley. GtvesaiWf ft&ora bf his wondkrtul dis
coveries In Africa and jLurvelocs tourney dotrn
tfte Conga. More fttcinatig than romance Pro
finely Illustrated, and highlt endorsed by the
eurgy ana prem. uver io-uu sohl Jiore
AGENTS WANTED. '
tar fob particulars about the book, success
ov A0SNTS and bkst terms address
Publishers, Philadelphia. Pa.
CELEBRATED THE WORLD OVER.
The manufacturers were awarded the lushest
and only medal given rubber Blasters, at both the
Centennial and Paris Expositions. -
" FAR SUPERIOR TO : i'
common porous plaatera, liniments, the so-called
UWUICU BUPUBUOBB,. ac u is iw rest Known
remedy for Lake and Weak Back, rheumatism.
Female Weakness, Sciatica,- Lumbago, Diseased
Kidneys. Spinal Complaints and all Ills for which
'porous plasters are used.-.) Ask. your druggist for
Benson's Capcine Plaster! and see that you get
nothing else.' Soklbyall druggists.' Price 25 eta.
Mailed on receipt of price by SEABCRY ft JOHN
SON, 21 Piatt Street, New York. . . '
anl - ' :fv-1
JjmESH ARRIYALa FOR SAI WANTED. '
10 boxes assorted Candles, -6 boxes choice Oys
ter Crackers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, largest
10c bars in the etty. . ...i .. . ..,
' Also 1 fine Milch Cow and one medium quail
Cow with young calf, for sale low. 1 -
500 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED.'
dec29 ' B. N. SMITH.
NORTH CAROLINA. 1
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
offers unequalled faculties for the Transportlon of
..i.:.v: V . ,4 : .
Charlotte, Statesvllle,;. Aauevflle.' Rutherfordton,
on the Atlanta ft Richmond AJr-Line,
and Western N. C. Railroads, . t
Alabama and Mississippi. .
via any Competing Line, and Time as QulckJ
upon application to
' WM. A. MOODY,
Southwestern Freight Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
T, T. SMITH,
Agent C C Railway, Charlotte.
JOTJISIANA STlTB LOTTERY.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
To win a fortune. Second rGrond Distribution,
Class B, at New Orleans, Tuesday, February
11th, 1879 i05th Monthly Drawing.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
This Institution was regularly incorporated by
the Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable purposes) In 1868, with a capital of
$1,000,000, to which It has since added a Reserve
Fund of S3 50.000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on
the second Tuesday. It never scales or postpones.
Look at the following distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE, $80,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each. Half Tick
ets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prize , $30,000
1 Capital Prize, . 10,000
1 Capital Prize, 5,000
2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000
5 Prizes of 1,000.;...., 5,000
20 Prizes of 600 - ... 10,000
100 Prizes of 100... 10,000
200 Prizes of 50 10,000
500 Prizes of 20.... v. 10,000
1,000 Prizes of. 10..:.; 10,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 $2,700
9 Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to. $110,400
Responsible corresponding .agents wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid. ,- i; ut h;
Application for rates teclUbsshould only be made
to the Home Office In New Orleans.
Write, clearly stating fun', address, for full Infor
mation or send orders to -
My A. DAUPHIN,
Postoffice Box 682, New Orleans, Louisiana
All our Grand Extraordmafr Sfewintrs are under
the supervision and managemenf of GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD andjUBAL A, EARLY.
ROM DR. a W. HUNTER,
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Having become familiar with ColUen
Lelblg's Liquid Extract of beef and Tonic Invigor
ate, I take pleasure In recommending it as an ex
cellent preparation, combining as it does food and
tonic In a remarkable way, producing good blood,
health and strength.. Sold by all Druggists.
Q.EO. C. WARE, . '". '
Manufacturer and wholesale Dealer in
-PURE .A. PPL, E CIDER
1 AND '
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer of
v - E. R. CONDIT'S TABLE SAUCE,
287 to 295 W. Third Sti . : CINCINNATI, O.
Of prime quality, bought in any quanlty, for cash
on delivery, free of brokerage, , commissions,
: pr storage expenses, by
,HtD0DGE 4 OLCOTT.
Importers and Exporters of
DRUGS, ESSENTIAL OILS, Ac.
8$ William St,.
. ...(v,i4,.v. New York.
A. DAY tb Agents eahvassuig for the " Fire-
(fass P. 0,-TICKER Y, Augusta, Maine.
OA Fancy Cards, Chromo, Snowflake, 4c no two
w auKe, wunname,i0 oeats, j. Minkier ft
Co, Nassau, N. Y. .
J A MIXED CARDS, wltlr hanie 10c. AgenU'
iU outfit 10c. L. JONES 4 CO., Nassau, NT Y.
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Address GEO. P, BO WELL ft CO 10 Spruce St,
New York. ... ,. .
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The undersigned Is now. prepared tp fill all orders
for every class of Undertaking. ' Having on hand a
full assortment of
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES,
PRICES AS LOW A3 AVT.
furnished if desired.
Fjrnlture of 'every Description Repaired at shor
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(With E. G. Rogers, Trade Street