iSlje XEljarldltt b&mtv
CHAS. R. JU3ES, Editor and Proprietor
v ' -'Fre from the doting scrapie that fetter 'onr
ftte-bdra1 reasons" 'fvv w .
FRIDAY, JANUARY4. 1879,, ,
. RAILUOiD LEGISLATION.' f
; A bill to regiflate the tariff of charges
on freight by railroad companiea "so as
to provide Against discrimination has
been introduced in "the i . Lfegislature
That discrimination is now practiced by
railroad companies against wayfstations,
these having to pay more, sometimes,
for the same freight than j terminal
points situated further from the point
of shipment, is a fact which cannot be
successfully denied ; but a member
made a wise suggestion upon: the intro
duction of the bill, in saying that the
measure is one which requires consid
eration. If there is any one phing that
the average legislator knows less about
than another it is the railroad problem,
particularly so much of it as relates to
. the carriage of and charges upon
freight; and any slip-shod legislation is
liable to leave the matter much worse
than it was found. The South Carolina
Legislature, in acting upon a similar
- bill, furnished a striking instance of.
how a dignified body may "put its foot
in it" and never learn that it has
blundered until it is too late, j It enact
ed a law at the session, we believe, be
fore the last the essence of which was
that railroads having their bracks in
South Carolina might charge' $1.00 per
100 fts. for transportation, of freight
over 100 miles of road, or if it was pre
ferred, might charge at the rate of so
much perhaps 15 cents per cubic foot
for 100 miles, and proportionally less for
a lesser distance. The different classes
of freight were not taken into account
nd no provision was made for the
charges for transportation over 100
miles. Railroad men examined the bill
and found that under its provisions
they might also charge $2 for 100 fts.
carried 200 miles, or $6 if it was carried
300 miles. It was found, further, that
while the roads could make but little
carrying lumber, lead or pig iron by the'
cubic foot, they might charge for the
transportation of cotton by the cubic
foot if they so elected and collect about
. five dollars and.seventy-five cents on a
bale carried 100 miles.
Thus the people were left entirely at
the mercy of the railroads, and the had
bill become a law and the railroads
chosen to exercise the rights vested in
them under it the constituents of those
law-makers would have been left in a
most pitiable plight. ; ;
We point this case out to our law
makers as a frightful example! IlAless
they are careful in what they do, they
'may, in attempting to bridle the "soul
less corporations," turn them entirely
loose and place the noses of the people
at the grind-stone. . . j
Hampton at the Soutii Carolina
State House. Gov. Hampton, since
the change for the better in his condi
tion, has been improving more rapidly
than tiad been hoped for. He has not
only taken a buggy ride into j;he coun
try, and arranged for a Florida trip,
but Wednesday he visited the State
capitol for the first time since the ac
cident. The Columbia correspondent
of the Charleston New and Courier tele
graphs'that paper concerning! the Gov
ernor's Jrisit to the State House :
He sat for some time in his office, to
gether with Gov. Simpson, and was
then called upon by the beads of the
departments and many other gentle
men, who hastened to pay their re
spects upon neanng or his presence in
town. He has not yet fully recovered
his strength, but is looking well, and is
snreiy, u siowiy, improving. ;
If Settle is with Him. The New
York Herald says :
Several ex-rebel soldiers sav that
Grant can carry Georgia, Florida, Lou
isiana, and both the Carolinias in 1880 if
Tom Settle, of North Carolina, is on the
A A. !i1 .1v
ucKec wun mm. j
Let us put it differently. Settle may
(possibly) be able to carry som of these
States in 1880 with Grant on the ticket
with him. It is a never-to-be-forgotten
fact that -"Mr. Buttles " as his dusky ad
mirers call him,, failed signally, to carry
one of these States in 1876 when he was
on a ticket by himself, so to speak. In
the event of future candidatures it will
not be Grant who will need Settle's help
but Settle who will need Grant's.
AJ1 of the State papers which have ex
pressed any opinion at all on .the sub
ject are decidedly in 1 favor of 1,he aboli
tion of this relic of Radical iniquity, the
State canvassing board. What will the
Legislature do about it ? In this as in
most things the old way is the best, and
the very name of canvassing or return
ing board is a stench in the nbstrils of
hone3t people. v
It is not too late to congratulate the
Lynchburg News upon having recently
completed its thirteenth volume. The
News is one of the ablest and broadest-
. gauged of all the Virginia newspapers ;
' it is a great favorite in The Observer
office and we wish it many yea'rs yet of
jrospenry ana useiumess.
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It is said that it is, the .intention of
Speaker Randall to choke off all subsidy
schemes during" the present session. If
ne succeeds u win. entitle mm to a re
election to the Speakership,? and the
should demand it for
"The convention of Northern settlers
that was held at; 'Charlotte," I says the
Wilmington' Star, "is attracting much
attention in every direction. Several
of our ablest exchanges from the South
had long editorials on the subject,'
Much of our space to-day is devoted
to Tuesday's proceedings in the. Legis
lature. Nothing could interesttne peo
ple more than reading of the; election
of the popular favorite to tne posiuyu
of his choice.
The Keltts-Tlmes Libel Salt.
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New7 York, : Jan4. In the trial
of Col. Keitts' suit for libel against the
New York Times to-day, Mk Choate,
for the defense, contended that the
article did not refer to the plaintiff but
to one Thos, KeitV also known as Col.
Keitt - - f;r:j.,:'.
APPR0FEI1TI0XS BILLS THE
LKAMVfJ FKATlUE. "
The Consular Bill Passes Kfhe Senate
A Bill for the Blind Butler Crea-
ting a Cipher Laugh. .
Washington, Jan. 23. Senate.
Messrs. Windom, Allison and Withers
were appointed? a conference commit
tee on the part of the Senate on the In
dian appropriation bilL "s,4,??
Mr. mattnews, oi unio, uiiruuuueu a
bill to errant to the American Ocean
Cable and Telegraph Land Wire Asso
ciation of Philadelphia, the - right-of-
way and privilege to lay. iana, ana op
erate sub-marine telegraph cables on
the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of, and
to establish telegraph communication
between, the Unued States, Europe and
Asia. Referred to the committee on
Mr. Winaom, oi Minnesota, irom me
conference committee on the consular
and diplomatic aoDrooriations bill, sub
mitted a report which was agreed to,
and the bill Dassea. it now goes to me
President for his signature. In expla
nation of the report, Mr. Windom said
the amendments of the Senate were
all agreed to in conference, with amend
ments strikins out the appropriation of
320,000 for charges de affaires, ad inte-
rimt and diplomatic omcers aDroaa ana
$20,000 for the diplomatic and consular
service, to be expended in the discre
tion of the President The total amount
appropriated by the bill, as it passed, is
$1,08785, or $10,200 more than the bill
tor the present fiscal year.
ne Dill ior taKing me teuui ueiisua
was reported, and will be called for con
A favorable report was suDmittea
from the committee on education and
abor on the bill to promote the educa
tion on the blind. It appropriates a
quarter of a million as a perpetual fund
to aid in the education of the blind in
the United States through the Ameri
can Printing House for the blind.
The bill to amena tne patent laws
was resumed, the pending question be
inc on the motion of Edmunds, yester
day, to lay it aside and take up the res-
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oiuuons ueuianug uie vtuuity ul me
thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments to the constitution. Ed
munds said he found by a vote of the
Senate last night that the majority was
adverse to considering his resolution, it
was useless to waste the time or the
Senate and, therefore, he withdrew his
motion to take them up.
The Senate then considered, and sub
sequently passed the bill to amend the
The array re-organ izati on inn comes
The Senate connrmea tne rouowing
nominations: North Carolina J. D.
White, postmaster at Greensboro ; Wi
ley A. Walker, at Winston. South Car
olinaJames HJ&oss, at Union Court
House; Alonzo Webster, Orangeburg;
K. W. Boone, JSew berry Court House.
Georgia Frederick Ball, La Grange.
Alabama Mrs. M. K. Henry, Decatur.
Mississippi Robert Stewart, Macon;
Jno. B. I)eason, Brookhaven ; Frank M.
Goar, Tupalo. Texas C. B. Sabin, Gal
veston; A. G. Wilcox, Rockdale; Au
gust B. Palm, Round Rock; Chas. II.
Clifford, Hearne ; Chas. Kieickenbarger,
Bonham ; A. R Norton, Dallas.
House. The House has agreed to
the conference rep ort on the consular and
diplomatic appropriations bill. It leaves
the bill almost identical with the law of
the last session.
The postoffice appropriation bill has
been reported from the committee on
The House is in committee ot the
whole on the till to aunlv the nroceeds
of the sales of public lands to the edu
cation of the people. ,
xne Din was aiscusseu at consmera
ble length, being supported by Goode,
of Virginia, Bell, of Georgia, Lorinsr, of
Massachusetts, Monroe, of Ohio, Cain,
of South Carolina and others,and opposed
by Dunnell, Southard and Townsend
rne House is in session to-niffiit on
the bill to regulate postage on third
class mail matter.
Immediately upon the assembling of
jthe Potter committee, Butler rose to a
personal explanation. He read a state
ment irom the Washington rost to the
effect that the cipher dispatches were
in ms possession all last summer, and
that at one time he missed them from
nia aesK. He saia it ne ever maae a
statement such as that, he must have
been drunk or insane. Laughter. On
the contrary, what he did say was to
show the impossibility that the dis-
? latches printed in the Tribune came
rom him, and in this statement he was
borne out by another member of the
Mr.- Hiscock: Yes. I had good reason
to belive that the telegrams were copied
ii nrr.fr 1 r i i
awi uie j. rioune oeiore uiey came into
1 he Senate committee on postofnees
and post roads have authorized their
chairman to offer, as an amendment to
the postoffice bill, all the postal legisla
tion which was added td: the' House
post route bill by the Senate , last ses
sion, except the Brazilian subsidy
clauses, xnese legislative provisions
relate to the classification of mail mat
ter, compensation of railroads and the
V." . - nomination.
.The President has nominated Joseph
H. Slossbaum for marshal of Alabama.
The Trusteebip of the North Carolina Railroad-
Judge Kerr has been in the city for
several days hearing the case of the
North Carolina Railroad Comnanv and
Jno. W. Graham, vs. N. H. D. Wilson,
trustee oi tne sinking tuna ot tne road.
Tne case was argued all dav Saturdav
and Monday on a motion to show cause
wny an injunction should not issue and
a receiver be , appointed. After a full
hearing the rule was discharged and
the motion disallowed. The bill charg
ed unfitness, incapacity, and a breach
of trust on the part of the trustee, but
the decision of his honor is a full vindi-
catiott of -Dr. Wilson, and- the unani
mous sentiment of the .community ap
proves this righteous decision. The in
vestigauon of Dr. Wilson's manage
ment was thorough' and searching and
tne result is run proof of his good faith
and unswerving integrity, v. The purity
and excellence of his christian charac
ter is untarnished, and his vindication
. Troops Recalled Train Ditched.
Cincinnati, ' January 23. Governor
McCreary has ordered a return of the
cavalry company sent to Breathitt
county. . . They accomplished .the, arrest
or wm. letcuer, wno muraerea j uage
A freight train on the Detroit Lans
ing & Northern Railroad, was ditched
near Detroit, killing Chas. Reid, a brake-
map, ana Dreaking the ribs or conauc
toriRichard Bare. A broken rail caused
' t .-..'--- f-t f-wtor?f'f fl
f . . i .
1 Kavisatlon Impeded by Ice.
London, Jan; 24. A Lloyds' dispatch
xroui Antwerp aatea yesteraay, says
"Thft if.A nn t.ho : ma!a and Tirurj nni
COnsiderablv i ifrfaspH Rinr v stftrrlav.
A boat com in? in was cat sized and
Lloyds from Heligoland, datd to-day
onyx.,, , AUD iXXU 1; :l uxocKeu W1U1 let
and steamers vre unable to force an en
Dr. N. M. Roan, of Yancey ville, died
ast Friday. : - . - '
The Monogram Club, of Raleigh, gave
a hop Tuesday night. ;
The lawvers sneak highlv of the writ-
en opinions of Judge Dillard.
Letter boxes have been put upon a
number of the lamp posts of Raleigh.
The Milton Chronicle learns that Mr.
McGehee, representative from Person
county, is improving and hopes to take
his seat in the Legislature soon.
After lying idle for a month or so, on
account of a break down, the steam
and hydraulic press of the Wilmington
Compress Company is again in run
ning order. ' '
The Wilmington Review tells a shoot
ing yarn: capt. a. a. Moseiey, wim a
V lncuesi-ei nue, at a tusuuiue ui mu
hundred and seventy-six yards, shot
and killed a crow at his place on the
ounda few days ago. . ,
The Raleigh Observer says it is report
ed that the committee on the peniten-
iarv are of the opinion that work on
that institution should be discontinued,
and a heavy drain on the State treasury
may be thereby stopped.
Milton Chronicle: Wm. Lawson. co.
of this vicinity, was killed on Tuesday
bythetainng or a tree wmcn ne ana
two other men cut down. William ran
as he thousrht a oroDer distance out or
the way, but a limb struck and killed
Greensboro Patriot : there seems to"
be a difficulty in the colored Presbyteri
an church ot this place between a por
tion of the congregation and the pastor,
Rev. J. A. Crestheld, which resuiteaiast
Sunday in an assault upon him and his
ejectment from the pulpit. . There was
a considerable row and Chief of Police
Reese was called in to preserve the
The board of county commissioners
of New Hanover has resolved that they
will endeavor to procure, if necessary,
the passage of an act by the General
Assembly, now in session, wnicn win
cover the privilege tax now required of
merchants and others by the revenue
aw now in force, to bear with equal
burthen on all merchants and others
mentioned in section 12, schedule B, of
Fine Sport at the Savannah Meeting.
Savannah, January 23. The second
day's meeting was very largely attend
ed. The time in all the races was re
markably fast. Thatjon the second beit
ot tne nrst race was tne lastest on re
cord on this track. First race, Bona-
venture stake, for 4 year olds, mile heats ;
Bergamot, Speculation and Capt. Fr
hard; $he first heat was won by Berga
mot, Speculation second, Erhard third ;
timejl.48; second heat, won by Ber
gamot, .Lrnara second, speculation
third ; time 1.45.
Second race, mile dash ; started with
Essaliah, Leroy, Egypt and Gov. Hamp
ton. This was a fast race, won by Egypt,
Essaliah second, Hampton third, Leroy
fourth ; time, 1A6.
Thmi raee, mile heats, four starters.
Belle Dillon being withdrawn on ac
count of not being in condition to run.
This was a splendid contest: the nrst
heat was won by Little Reb, Jim Bell a
good second, Hattie F. third, Rappahan
nock fourth; time, 1.47; second heat:
splendid start and fine race, faster time
being made than in the nrst race; Little
Reb won, Jim Bell second, Rappahan
nock third, Hattie F. fourth; time.
1.46. The races close on Saturday. i
FOREIGN BRIEF ITEMS.
London, January 23. Severe cold
weather prevails and much suffering
and destitution are reported in all parts
ci lireat Britain.
Marseilles, January 23. Ex-Presi
dent Grant and family embarked to-
d tv. on board thfl "Prpinnh mail st.pjuner
Labour Donnais, for India.
Tirnova. January 23. While Prince
Alexander, of Battenburg. is the choice
of the younger members of the Bulga
rian Assembly, which is to elect a ruler
for Bulgaria, the older leaders favor
Prince Henri, of Reuss, formerly Ger
man ambassador to Constantinople.
Election of Officers District Grand Lodge
Baltimore. Jan. 24. Tha fifth dis
trict grand lodge of B'nai B'rith elected
the following officers for the year en
suing: President David S. Stern, of
Baltimore : first virfi-nrfisirlflTit "Na
thaniel Levin, of Charleston, S. C.; sec-
ona vice-presiaent J. J. Macks, of
Washington. D. C: secretary Dr. S. B.
Wolfe, Baltimore; treasurer Aaron
Goodman, of Baltimore, and sergeant-
at-arms, Max Cohen, of Washington,
D. C. Wm. Lovenstein, of Richmond,
Va., J. M. Solomons, of Savannah, and
J. J. Macks, of Wilmington, N. C, were
elected to fill the vacancies on the board
of control of the orphan asylum fund.
The delegates of this district convention
will be delegates to the constitutional
or general grand lodge of the order
wuiuu win iii oct iu x iiiioueipma ucai
A Burning Wreck With Many People on
London, January 23. The captain of
a ship recently arrived at Queenstown
writes to Lloyds that he saw, fifty miles
west of Fastnet, on the 16th inst, a
steamer alongside of a burning wreck.
The steamer ordered him to keep on his
course and say nothing about the affair
under the penalty of being also burned.
The steamer had not the appearance of
being a merchant-man or man-of-war -She
had 150 or 200 men on board, ap
Sentence of Election Judges.
Jacksonville, January 24. In the
United States Circuit court to-day.
Judge Settle sentenced the Brevard
county canvassing board, convicted of
making false returns of the election.
Lee, the county clerk,; was sentenced to
three years- and Wright and Johns,
sheriff and; justice, respectively, to one
year each in Albany penitentiary. Lee
is also State. Senator, from '.Brevard
county. All , the other election - cases
were continued to the May term of the
court. ' '' - - ? ,; t .
- lorne and Louise Visit JUngara. j
L NiagarIEalls; January, S4.-rThe
vice-regal party spent yesterday visiting
the scenery about '-the faUsiarAt Luna
Island her royal, highness, set foot on
American soil for jthet first j time, The
party -, then . went to - Prospect Park;
which was beautifully .decorated 'with
flags and arches, and descended" an in
clined plane to : the ice mound below
the American- falls They then crossed
the ice bridge to. the Canada side rv ?
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A Force of New Va.edOnlan Insurgents
Bottled Up. i 1
Paris, January 24. A telegram from
the Governor of i the French colony of
New. Caledonia says movable columns
of troops had cooped up the insurgents
on rne snore ot Jape Uoalvain, !. wmcn
they captured after a warm engagement
in which a sub-lieutenant and private
Only Xineof the Cheyennes Caught.
v Fort- Robinsons January -Z2. Mid- -
mgm-.Later news from tne neia states
that only- nine Cheyennes, all of ; them
wounded, were captured. ;The balance
of the party, twenty-three; in number,
were kiiieo. seventeen are sun unac
counted for. It is supposed that some
are dead from their wounds and the
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS..
JANUARY 23, 1877
1 Cincinhati Flour steady;- family 45a6.25.
Wheat in fair demand and firm; red and white 90a
96. Corn tinner at 31a2. Oats easier at 24a26.
Fork dull at 9.00. . Lard in fair demand and high
er; steam 6.0510. Bulk meats quiet; shoulders
3.60, dear ribs 4.40, clearlBides4.60; bacou quiet
and firm; shoulders 4, clear ribs 5. . clear sides
5A- Whiskey active and firm at 1.03. Butter duU
and unchanged. Sugar steady and unchanged f
hards W4al0, A white &ba9& New Orleans -oa7.
Hogs packing 3.60a75. . , s ; j ax. a
"" Balttmokb Oats quiet and steady ; Southern
28a32, Western white 30a31 do mixed 28a29
Pennsylvania . 29a32. Hay dull and unchanged;
prime Pennsylvania and Maryland 10al I. Pro
visions a shade easier; mess pork, old 8.75a9.0O,
new 9.75; bulkmeats 'loose shoulders, new 3,
clear rib sides 4, per car load, packed new
4a5; bacon shoulders, old 4, clear rib sides, new
5i&a, hams, . sugar-cured, new,- 9al. Lard
refined tierces 7. Butter active and very firm;
choice Western packed 18a20, rolls 1 Sal 7. -Coffee
quiet; Bio cargoes 1 lal6. Whiskey dull and heavy
at 1.09. Sugar quiet; A soft 8ta?&. ; . .
Nw Yobx Flour unchanged, quiet; : 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 8.95a450; Southern flour
steady; common to fair extra 8.90a4.85; good
to choice do 5.00a6.25. Wheat-ungraded spring
99al.02, No. 8 do 90a2. Corn closed dull; un
graded 47a48. No. 8, 45. Oats lower at 33.
Coffee quiet . and unchanged; In cargoes 1 lalP,
In lob lots llal7. Sugar more active; Cuban 5a
6, fair togood refining 6a6,prlme 7; refined
unchanged; standard A Sfo granulated 8, pow
dered. 9, crushed 91. Molasses quiet and un
changed. - Bice fairly active and steady. Pork
mess on spot 9.62la87 Lard prime steam
on spot 6.45a50. Whiskey irregular and unsettled.
Freights quiet -
Norfolk Quiet; middling flic.; net receipts
1,651; gross; stock 20.269; exports coastwise
527; sates 660; exports to Great Britain .
Baltimore Firm ; middling 9c.; low middling
9c. ; good ordinary 8c.; net receipts 388; gross
625; sales 225; stock 12,007 ; exports coastwise
80; spinners 110; exports to Great Britain ;
to uononent .
Boston Quiet; middling 9; low middling
9Uic: good ordinary 85fee; net receipts 893: gross
; sales ; stock 2,575; exports to Great Brit
Wilmington Quiet; middling 9c. : low mid
dllng 8c. ; good ordinary 8; net receipts 679;
gross : sales 153: stock 6,194; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise 35: to ureal Britain ; to Con
nent ; to channel. .
Philadelphia Firm; middling 9c; low
middling 9c.: good ordinary 8c; net receipts
ISO; gross i,84a; sales ; spinners 202; stock
u,bi; exports to ureal tsniarn ; coastwise .
AuscsTA-Oulet: middling 8c: low mid
dllng 814c.; good ordinary 7tfe&; receipts 1,297;
.shipments ; sales l.i 19; stock .
Charleston Quiet ; middling 9c; low mid
dlinir Hie.:eood ordinary 8i&: net receipts 2.
589; gross ; sales 1,000; stock 54,870; exports
coastwise ot i: ureal untain ; i ranee ;
uontment 4,020: to cnannei .
New York DuU: sales 3.441: middling umands
9 7-16., mid. Orleans 9 9-16.; consolidated net re
ceipts 22,683, exports to Great Britain 8,316;
uononent iu,4U; i ranee i,iu; to cnannei .
Liverpool Noon Dull, easier. Mld'ar uplands
538, Orleans 5 9-16, low middling uplands , good
ordinary uplands , ordinary uplands . sales
8.000, speculation and export 1,000, receipts 2,
100. American 1,950. Futures 1-32 cheaper. Up
lands low middling clause: January delivery 5 5-
16, January and Jfeoruary do, February and
March do, March and April 5 11-32, April and May
5 13-32, May and June 5 7-16, June and July 5
July and August 5 17-32, August and September .
New crop shipped January and February per sail
New York Futures closed steady. Sales 67,-
February . 9 .48
March 9 .67a.68
April 9 .84
May 9 .98a 99
New Yohk Money 1.2tea3. Exchange 4.85.
Governments weak. New
BW 6'8 1.
.06& State bonds
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Qffics or THE Obssbveb, i.
Chablottk, January 24. 1879. 1
The market yesterday closed a shade easier, as
Sirict low middling..
CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MARKET.
JANUARY 22. 1879.
New, per bale. .
Bagging, per lb. 114al2t4
Corn, per bush'l
Peas, .; ..
N. C. hog round.
, N. C. .
Clear Rib Sides. . . . . 5
Prime Bio. ..... . 16al 6Vs
Good;...,....... , 18al5
Cuba . 88a40
New Orleans 85a50
Liverpool fine . . . .... 1.00a2-00
North Carolina......... 12a20
Eggs, per dozen. . . . . ; 12ial5
jsxtra.iv ... ....ia-..i-iii-i.-f....t.. 2.75a3.00
JUMBERt LUMBER 1
My mills, located five miles from Charlotte
fha Mnnwui w-n1 wmw ninlA. ui-
furnishing lumber at short notice at $1.20 per 100
ACU WUTC1CU JU WC VAU. JlXOEQ UlcVJ DB lOlb
Jan25 2t ...... , . , R. B. WALLACE.
A three room dwelling house ' on Sixth street,
nail .in. . . . .
uvu. auu uwiieu iu yam. Apply to
Jan25 n T . . J. W. WADSWORTH.
SHAD ! SHAD 1 Just received another lot of
those fine Florida Shad. CaU early and make
our Beiwnon. j. T. JULIAN.
rxSON A BCRWELL, JjRtrGGlSTS,
Have Just received,
k r Gelatine,
' V-'l ':i- .i Vi'' .-. i
; HfiAti-fil bsf" I'- -s;----;", .-r ,.v. .: ..-rr
decfg W"ty lor retail trade; " " -"DUTTERICK'S
'METROPOLrTAN FASHION SHEETS, 7
And Patterns ot, Garments for. February received
" this day, at ' ?
- . 1.. xiDDY &
Janl7 ;r.lrt(. f
, uiefully and accurately prepared at an hours,
"L, . . WILSON & BURWELL,
decl3.-V " . , . . Druggtets.:
pINE FRENCH BRANDY," .
k v?iana "WTuskles for medical purposes, can
be had pf - WILSON & BUR WILL.
' ec-ti..-0 . Drutgists.
JgUIST'S GARDEN SEED. . : - ,
A laree supply oi tnese popular seea, jusi. receiy;
ed, by - w. WILSON BUKWlSiai. . ;
1 100 barrels Dest Kerosene uu,r -
100 ounces Quinine,
' ; - 50 ounces Morphine, ... .
' 400 boxes Window Glass, t
Jan22 i WILSON & BUR WELL.
SE BURTON'S PECTORAL SYRUP
For your cough. .
Jan22 WILSON 4 BURWELL.
careiutiy preparea at
WILSON & BUB WELL'S.
JJOB A BAD COUGH . .
- Take Burton's sectoral syrup.
Jan22 - .
JEWELLING HOUSE WANTED.
a first-lass tenant who Is willing to nav a liberal
r3nt wants a good dwelling house with 6 to 8 rooms
Trade or Tryon street, and as near as possible to
the public square, Is preferred. . '
ApplV M) O. WliTAUWSKI.
janlO , :
E ARE ALWAYS READY
And willing to show goods whether or not von are
ready to buy. L. R. WFISTON & CO.
jrOR FINE WINES, . .
And Pure Liquors, Three Years Old, go
Central Hotel Saloon.
JJ, H E U M A T I S
' OR GOUT
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
A L I C Y L J C
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
jbf Jf ab1S AKP LEIPZIG.
Immediate' relief 'warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebrated
nysicians 01 jfiurope -and America, becoming a
taple. Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. - The Highest Medical Academy of
Paris report 95 cures out of 100 cases within three
days. Secret The Only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists in the Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Patients. $ljOO a box, 6 boxes for
$500. Sent to anv address on recelnt of nriee.
Endorsed by physicians. - Sold by all druggists. Ad
dress . viAsstuivtsMja a. laj..
nov7 Only Importers' Depot. 23 Cllff-st.N.Y,
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE
A Power Printine OPress. Guernsey make, old
style, size of bed 26x4 Inches. Was in use until
replaced by a new one. Address J. C. BAILEY,
Ml tor En ten rise- and MountuineAr. Greenville.
In consequence of the reduction tn 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
sept22 J. H. VAN NESS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTRY PRODUCE
ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF THE
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been newly furnished and is kept in
Terms, Per Day $ 2 00
Table Board, Per Month . 1 6 00
"Omnibus and Carriages at every train.,413
FIELD BROTHERS, Proprietors
BEN KIMBALL, Clerk.
3. E. WADDILL
feb 10 rf.
CALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL H0UST7
ALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUsH,
; --r '.M-tt'H-, -it '.: hrt?".i'""r:T
, Corner Tryon and SlxOi Streets,
..-I.'? I;.' ; , i'. -,.- t Jd'H'Ji i -.- i
Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets, .'
: CHARLOTTE, N. C. '
v CHARLOTTE, N. d,' ' "
S, P.; CALDWELL.
. This house Is permanently established and offers
ail the conveniences and comforts of a first-class
boarding bouse. - Persons visiting the ctty will find
it a pleasant home.' Permanent boarders wanted.
Can refurnished with rooms. 5 i n j (
RATES r day, $1.25; per ;week, ;$6.00i per
month, $20.00; 1 .1 le board, $isl00 per month.
i janlO i. ;. , ,X. ; !u;,;.nii . I r
EWLryERYSTABirp;!?; mmh t
T; hM- mi: ?jarTt.fjoB;rfi9U'
1 ' Jf you want first-class Carriages, Phaetons, Bug
gies or Saddle Horses, go to the New Uvery
Stable. , ! mlfl4Mri$teliUmvM$i , j .
If you" want a Carriage and Baggage iragon to '
meet arriving or ; departing trains, go to the New
UveryStable. . - U:u: r ::. I r.
If you want your horses well fed and wtl
go to the New Livery Stable... ,f t-n , j
axSuroS!13' proInptne and reasonable prices
R. CHAMBERS 4 CO.
JKspeclal attention to the retail trade,' and ah our
Goods are warrjoted of the best quautVrTLiT
,TJ .. , -,, r -- iw-r,.r -wu. ''- - - - -
TO THE PUBLIC, (r TV"
The subscriber, Trustee Of SlTH & FORBES,
begs leave to call the attention o:
e elUzens off
Charlotte and .vicinity to the large kocr of
-'. 1 . . 'Vi. .. i-'!Jv ..s. aim !
r it u
u 1 t a
now In hKhands for sale. It Is believed to be the
largest and best stock of goods South of Baltlmorer,
and Is well worthy the examination of any pe rson
whether wanting one or a thousand pair. The-
'! '' .,vsj -l
AN INFINITE VARIETY,
from the finest to the coarsest shoe made. If you
want a pair, or any number of eases, call, and your
wants can be-supplled.
In this connection the subscriber would state
that if reasonable prices can be obtained, the
whole stock, both Wholesale and Retail, will be
' V : ATA. BfiklN,
either together or, separately. Proppsitlqns for
purchase are solicited..
J. M. B. REYNOLDS, Trustee
1 . , : Smith & Forbes.
Charlotte, N. C, Jan. 17, 1878 Sweod.
pEGRAM & CO.! '
1st National Bank Building. Charlotte, N. C.
lOur stock of Boots, Shoes, &c, is acknowledged
to be the best in the State, and we would be pleas
ed to have you call and examine for yourself before
buying. PEGRAM A CO.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
8.20 a m
3 00pm ,5.30 am
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. for
all points In Western North Carolina, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. A IX R. R. for all
points North. East and West. At Goldsboro with
W. & W. R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 4-Connecte atGreensboro with R.4D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West ;
, , TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Nov. 10, '78.
Leave Goldsboro, 9.50 a m 5.35 p m
" Raleigh, 3.50 pm
" Greensboro 8.28 p m 6.47 a m
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 am 10.50 am
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. ft C.A.L. Railroad for all points sbuth and
No. 8 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.B. R.'
dally except Sunday. At Air-Line Junction with
A. ft C. A. L. for all points South and South-west.
At Charlotte with CI, C. ft A. Railroad for all
pouius oouuiana Bouin-west .
Leave Greensboro, dally except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem, " " 10.50 pm
Leave Salem, " " 646am
Arrive Greensboro, " " 7.46 am
Connecting at Greensboro with trains on the R. ft
D. and N. C. Railroads.
SLEEPING CABS VTTHOCT CHANGE
Run both ways on Trains Noa. 1 and 2, between
New York and Atlanta via Richmond. Greennhnm
I and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains Nos. 3 and
4 Decween mew xors ana savannah via Richmond,
Charlotte and Augusta.
Through 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. MACMURDO.
.: ueu rassenger Agent j
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta B. B.,
lowlngwssenger schedule will be run over this
road, (Washington time,)r T
Going Sotrm Nn i
Leave Columbia .......
Arrive Augusta. . .viUi i '.
- . Goikgorth, Na 2.
Leave Columbia, " ""
Arrive Charlotte,. V.V.V.V
. 1 00 A it
. 6 00 AX
. 6 05 A.K
.10 00 AM
5 55 p.m.
10 00 p.m.
10 10 p.m.
8 10 am.
Arrive Augusta.....:.., . lR I
SSfr ' 1 20 ?.M
f 1m12, Greensboro to AngllBoTn
mond"& GerghTdnRaUro m !c
JNa B. MArjirJAf&t1IItatendent I
f ' '' T .'I
SEWING MACHINES. a -'.-4 - -J1
l,5"r20 flne Sewing Machines on consignment
2E t801. cneapet than they can be bought else-
Jm&.SL 88 ey must
t T MAXWELL ft HARRISON,
JaalO fSonum8lon Merchants, Charlotte, N. f
TieMbnarlo ttV.&'y-l f?t
Arrive Columbia..... J" H fk t.
' J p' w A it .
"I ALL AT
. ''A lly. VJJVVUIYWC.
Stove and Hardware Hoiwe' ror'
. . . . .'. ,;wSii
t $ .
- .: .A . .. . .
r ' it ft f ; v 1 Hj T
Buy your COOK STOVES from n.e.asl have i -
tfcey wU dour wwt gulck n,i
Easy, Cheap and Clean :
They are cheapest to buy.
BECAUSE - - - '
They are best to use. , , . '
They bake evenly and quCclvlj.
Then operation is perfect.
Kiu warshave a gpoddralV -BECAUSE
They are made of the best material.
They roast perfectly.
They require but little fuel
, , Jbey are very low priced.
They are easily managed.
BECAUSE-'-' -Hiw;:. -oh.-! ,
Thej am suited to all localities.
Every Stove ls'luaranteed to give satisfaction
F O B S A L E .
GoSeKir,aBicellDe f Tobao.atthe
era HS?! to offer ertra inducements to buy
novT THOS. H. GA1THER.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Any person desiring to purchase a well ImDrovm
J 000 FEE SIMPLE DEEDS, : F
MOST APPROVED FORM.
Jusi Printed and For Sale at the
pOR RENT, LEASE or SALE,
At Davidson College, N. C.
Some dwelling houses. large and small Also
some fanning lands. Apply to '
Jtf a P. HELPER.
JS Bourolsoand Minion type on which this
paper was lately printed; i It was made by the old
nHJS8KfoundlT' Pblladelphia, and wai,
Pwl55cau8e no loneer At for use, but on
lybecause It became necessary to use a different
sweof type. It will do good 'servlcTforvela
years to come. It will be sold in lots to sul pur
era and In fonts of 50 to l.OOOtts, w1tn or
without cases. Address OBSERVER
oct5 '. Charlotte. N. C.
JUST IN TIME.
We have just received a .fine selection of such
1 ' . ' -: . .Jfi i
Goods as you want for
Such as fine l5ockete and Chains,
FJne Sets, Seal Rings, Initial Cuff Buttons, Scarf
Pins and anything in the line you may want.
13T" CALL AND BSE THEM. F
HALES ft FABBIOH.-
p LASNE, . r . 't .
From Paris, France,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
Trade Street opposite First Presbyterian Church,
Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of repairs made at once at half 'price
and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or
Bronze Gliding, Coloring, Sllvei-PlaOng and Gal
vanizing m ade at short notice and equally as irood
as mw Work done for the trade at lowlcesf
refemioML 06 Wante Premlumand good
-Kr3L Seraoiiateorciiarieston, & C,
SShSSS?98 Wcond jterafc.of : net school
February lst r School room formerly occupied by
SS?iSng',S? Chh '"tree, betwwi Tsth
and 9th streets. Terms moderate.
ISS ANNIE VOGEL
SS.L11?46 w muslc scholars,
at ttie house of her father, on Poplar street
.Having lately finished a course of study In music,
to i Richmond, Va,, under the tutorship of Professor
Rhlnehardt, she.teels that she is- well qualified for
the self-imposed task. For particulars apply at the
residence. . '
GUTTAR Lessons given by Mrs. Alice Owens.
Residence at R. F. Davidson's, on Church
8troebetwjen 9th and 10th streets.
ORGAN AND PIANO Lessons given by Mrs. S.
P. Caldwell at her private music room at the
Caldwell House, next door to city dock. Terms
$4.00 per month.
Jan23 lw !fcf;1is . -
gT. MARY'S COLLEGE, i ' '
GASTON COUNTY, N. C.
This Institution,' conducted by a eoloor of ihe
Benedictine Fathers from St' Vincent s College,
Westmoreland county, Pa.. Is eleven miles distant
from Charlotte on the Air-Line Railroad. , It stands
on the old Caldwell place, famous for healthiness
and the general morality of the neighborhood.
Remote from town. It offers rare Inducements to
parents and guardians for the education of their
children, - , .
While Catholic, youths will be sedulously taught
their religion, the children of respectable parents
of "11 denominations will be received and their
moral training strictly cultivated.- Attendance In
common at the public prayer rill be required of
all, for the Interests of order and the welfare of
the students, without any Interference with their
religious opinions. '' f- , ; , " , - ,
The course of studies is thorough and embraces
three departments: the classical, the mathematical
and the commercial, and also the preparatory for
Terms-For tuition, and board per session of five
months, payable In advance, $65.00,
bald! P. O., Gaston county?N. C. . '
On due noUee conveyance will be sent from the
College to meet students on their arrival at the de-
Day scholars win be non! vmt
convenience of parents.
jania per lm -