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SATURDAY FEBKUARY 1, 18797"
. . RAILROAD DIBECTOBI.
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The following table shows the running of passen
ger trains to and from Charlotte, on all the rail
roads (Washington time):
, .., ' .; ;; BICHJiOND DANVIIXX. . ,
Arrives from Richmond and Ooldsboro, 1.00 a, m.
Leaves tor i - " 3.20 a. m.
Arrives from RlchmondV. 10.50 a. m.
Leaves for t - -- 6-65 P. m.
, ' ATLANTA CHARLOTTE ATB-UNK..
Arrives from Atlanta,!: .".-v......' 8.20 a. m.
Leaves for Atlanta,. . . a . 1.05 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,. 4:--'---.- .59ip-m-
Leaves for Atlanta... w..'.. 10.50 a. m.
-''" CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA 4 AUGUSTA. .
Arrives from Augusta,. V... .... 6.45 p. m.
Leaves for Augusta,. ....,......... 11,00 a. m.
Arrives from Wilmington,: ....... i. 7.29 p. m.
Leaves for Wilmington; .V... ........ 6.00 a. m.
Arrives from Shelby,. . I ..; 5.00 p. m.
Leaves forhelby,.,..f.. ....... 7.00 a. m.
ATLANTIC, TKNNESSSB A OHIO.
Arrives from Statesvttie,. ! .. .- 5.30 p. m.
Leaves for Statesvllle.i.ii 7.00 a. m
CUARLOIT): POST OFFICE.
OFFICE HOUB& '
' '' $ - OPENS. ' CLOSES.
Money Order Department, . . 9.00 a. m, 5.00 p. m.
Registry Department,, e... . . .9.00 a. m. 5.00 p. m.
Gen'lDellv'y Stamp Dept.. 8. 00 a. m. p. m.
" " " f- 8.80 p.m. 8.45 p.m.
tW On Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
Department will be open from 9.00 a. m. to 10.00
OPENING ANIi CLOSING OF MAILB.
. " ' ' ; OPENS. CLOSES.
-Danville 4 Charlotte R E.,. 8-00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
... f 11.15 a. m; 6.00p.m.
Charlotte & Atlanta RjR.,. 8.00 a. nv 9.00 p. m.
" & Augusta RR... 8.80 p.m. 10.00 a. m.
Wllm'n ft Charlotte BjR.,. 8.80 pi m. 5.00 a. m.
Charlotte & Shelby R. R.,.; 5.80 p. m. ; 6.00 a. m.
" ft StatesvUlej.,;: 5.30 prn. 6.00a.m.
Beattle's Ford; (horse route,) Mondays at
5.00 p. m., and Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m. - i :
t37 Yorkvllle, (horse route,) Thursdays at 6.00
p. m., and Fridays at 7.00 a. m.
. t W. W. JENKINS, P. M.
I ' War Department,
OfficeICiiIef Signal Officer,
Washington, Jan. 31. 7:30 pi m.
Tor the South Atlantic States, areas
of rain, Winds shifting to northwest and
northeast, telightj changes in tempera
ture, and during Saturday, : rising ba
rometer, f .
XocaJ Iteport for Icticrday.
M j-1 7 A. M. f 2 P. M. ! 9 P. M
Wind Direction, : ; .
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Index to IVew;Advertleiiem.
R. N. Tlddy Chamber of Commerce.
R. E. Cochrane Notice. ,m
John Garibaldi For Sale.
Pegram & Co Dissolution.
HOME PENCI LINGS.
Burr's Oceanicpn came down on the
train from State$ville yesterday after
noon, and will bej exhibited in Concord
to-night. It skipped Charlotte.
During the month of January $3,854,
24 worth of bullion was assayed in the
United States assay office in this city.
These figures are from the official re
port of Col. Calvin J. Cowles, the as
sayer. ; :' '. . ,';.(, .;; ...;.'.; ..' . .
Better not let y"our dog bite a printer
if you wish to preserve its- life. A. vi
cious canine took the leg of one of ours
in his mouth; yesterday evening, and
shortly thereafter the dog died killed
with a shot gun. j v .
The register of deeds of .Mecklenburg
county reports that there are sun a great;
many merchants; in the county who
have made no returns of their purchases
during the year aa they are required to-,
do by law. ' f
; : - : . . ... .'M
l nere were oiiy two interments in
Elm wood cemetery during the mojith:
of January., Deaths among the colored
people have, however, been : larger than
usual, the number of interments- in
Pinewood cemetery being fifteen four
women, four met and seven children.
f ' ' ' : .-
Rllginif Service ia tbe Country. :
Mrs. Moon and Miss Painter fulfilled
their appointmeiit at Dow's church, on
the Lincolnton toad, yesterday. They
met quite a large congregation, notwith
standing the weather, and the meeting
was to all appearances as successful as
could have been' expected..., They were
Calvary church;in this fcity;? iThey; all
returned in the af ternoonv and the usual
meeting was held at Calvary last night.
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Time's Cbanices. .
Behold, now, this is from Tom Evans,
of the Reidsville Times, who is some
times ironical, but oftener truthful, and
knows how to say things:'; ; : '
"N6w, hasn't Chatlotte grown in the
last ten years!. :She:'outcities Baleigh;
indeed, she's the 'biggist little , city in
the State. We remember well ten years
since in Charlotte climbing a ladder to
net into an old framed shanty n a back
street in order to get a plate of hot oys-tei-s,
and now she has perfect palace
parlors for eating saloons,-and a musi
cal club that -invites a club all the way
from Boston,' the Hub of the Universe.
.Well; well..,......... :
Marriase Ca 3Tonff Cnarlottean.
Mr. J- P. Thomas.'Jf- of the iCarolma
Military Institute, returned to the city
day before yesterday with his bride,
formerly Miss Mamie Waties, of Co
lumbia. They were married at the res
idence of the bride's parents , in; Colum
bia Wednesday evening, in the presence
of the immediate families of the young
couple, by JReVi JPeter J. Shandy There
were no attendants. Soon after the cer
emony they took: the" train" for Char
lotteBoth have; many,, warm,, friends
herewho Will extend their hearty con
gratulations upon this1 happy event, and
good wishes for their happiness through
;Ilfen) 6tH &mitif .JJii-Jt .t,.;JiSl..ia
tnp. Nitrfreme txiun ,w eanesaavi.it' um .
. f kix&l national .uanK or onarione'Ts
- Sample &! Alexander et al; from Meck
lenburg; argued;wmpp do aauej ana m.
Barringer for the plaintiff, andi Wilson
& Son for defendants, rr --: ? r I'
A. P. Newheart vs. It. B. Peters et al,
from Mecklenbnrg ; arguedJi E. Brown,
Wilson & Son and W. W.'Plemming for
the plaintiff, and 1L Barringer.and Sjbipp
& Bailey, for dendtiWrifii:?-?'
WilsonJ Palmer' & Cd'TSf Dl ' L.
White et aX, from Mecklenbtirg argued,
Jones & Johnston .ana smpp xaney
for the defendants , r . . . .
Importance of VentilaUon4 p
Many persons pompiaiu vi always geir
ting up tired , in he morning. ' This is
. rVerv often due. to. defective ventilation
of bed-rooms or to an undue amount
of warm bed-clothes and beddine. Feath-
1 er beds aire toor soft and ,yieldingr; and
partially envelope the sleeper, thus
uroducinff nrofuse ;:oerSDiratlon. The
. haWt of lying tco much under 1 1 uikets
ia ttlswvp.rv.Tflrtiir,ioTisf bv reason of the
carbonic acid exhaled by the sleeper
1 ! . a 1 1. 4- In a aAmmAn
:-error to supnose by simply opening a
' , window a little at the top,;, a' room", can
be ventilated. People forget that lor
' proper ventilation there must be an in-
let and an Outlet for the air.;,;l In bed
rooms there is often neither, and if
- there is a fireplacei it is generally closed
'"" Mm --''.- " 1
. 1JW CHEW JACKSON J8 BEST SWEETX A 1
100 92 ,
S. E. S. '
3 Miles 1
"TJIE CENTLEflAIf , FRO.TI A1ECK-
r ,-. a $ t , mnvBG. J
Col. John L. Brown at Home Some
' ' J-!'y'1cw and Some Opinloniu !
'We venture to say that there is no
man in the General Assembly who, for
level-headedness, good solid sense and
'the ability to" utilize it, stands better
among his colleagues than Mr. Brown,
of Mecklenburg. There is proof of this
in the fact that, although he is what is
been in the General Assembly for four-1
teen years past he is nevertheless a'
member of live of the House commit- ,
tees, to-wit: on finance, State; debt,
banks and currency!, internal improve
ments and public roads. More than
this, it is manifest in many ways to his
constituents, even at this distance, that
ne io lading an acuve ana leading part
in the proceedings of the House, and it
is quite notable that nearly every bill,
that he has introduced has excited pub
lic attention and elicited debate.
Col. Brown is at home now on nrivate
business. He came up yesterday morn
ing and will return to Raleigh Monday
night. ' A member of The Observer
staff met and had a brief conversation
with him last eveninsr. He is thorough
ly informed upon i the . character and
present situation of every important
measure that has been introduced and
talks interestingly ! upon the general
character. and situation of the legisla
tive work. As a matter of course he is
very much interested as to the fate of
his bill to amend the charter of the
Raleigh and Augusta Air-Line Railroad
tie puts nis championship or the bill
upon the ground of common sense, and
favors the measure upon business prin
ciples, as one of importance to Char
lotte and the west. Up to the time of
his leaving Raleigh. Thursday evening. '
he saw no reason to doubt that his bill
would pass. It will be called up upon
his return. ,"'. .
Col. Brown is hopeful concerning his
divorce bill. Though recent events
would seem to be against it, he is yet of
opinion that when next taken up it-will
be passed. As to thedog law there is doubt
as to the fate which awaits it; the Com
mittee reported unfavorably upon the
first ibill of this sort. It is impossible,
Col. Brown reports, to form a definite
opinion as to what will be the action of
the body in reference to the appropria
tions which will be asked of it; there
are a number of members who are in
favor of prosecuting the public works
now on hand, while there are a number
of others who. are not disposed to spend
a aoiiar tor any purpose, upontne
important question - of the public
debt there is no immediate pros
pect of definite action. The joint com
mittee on this question are at work
but are not yet prepared to submit
their propositions to the houses.
Uol. Jsrown reports tnat there is a
popular misunderstanding concerning
tbe scope of the bill to prevent the run
ning of Sunday trains. The bill as at
present before the houses applies only
to freight trains aa the Legislature has
no power to interfere in any manner
with trains carrying United States
mail. There is an amendment pending
to the effect that the bill shall not ap
ply before sunrise or after sunset on
the Sabbath day.
The troublesome matter of the reve
nue bill is yet to be disposed of. The
question is how can more money be
raised without an increase of taxation V
The demand for more is imperative.
There is a deficiency in the treasury of
8100,000, and this must be met by the
machinery act to be passed by this Gen
eral Assembly. The judgment of the
treasurer is that this deficiency should
be made up by the levying of a tax upon
persons and objects hitherto tax free.
The question of salaries and fees is
one which is engaging the thoughtful
attention of the Legislature. The in
dications seems to be that the bill of
Mr. Graham, leaving the commissioners
of each county to establish the fees of
the county officers, will become a law,
though it encounters strenuous opposi
tion m some quarters, more especially
from the county officers themselves, j
Altogether it is gathered from Col.'
Brown that there is more to be said of
things that are to do than of things
that have been done. A great deal of
work has been mapped out but aside
from private and local bills, very - little
has been perfected, itisobservarjieirom
the newspaper reports that final action
has been had upon but few if any
measures of general public concern.
Col. Brown is satisfied that the Legisla
ture will sit throughout the entire sixty
days allowed to it by law, and will have
to spur up to complete by the-8th of
Marqh, the work which has already
been inaugurated and some which has
not been touched, but which must be
disposed of.: li
matter in Bankruptcy
S. J. Perry, of jCharlotte, bankrupt on
his own petition,'! has applied to the
court for relief from all his debts prior
to the 29th day of August, 1878. A meet
ing of his creditors to select an assignee
of his estate, will be neia Deiore Tnos.
B. Keogh, register; at the Central HoteL
Charlotte, on the 18th day of February,
at 3 o clock, p. m.
A. D. Prince, of Charlotte, has ap
plied to the bankrupt court for. a final
discharge from all his debts due prior
to the 1st of -August, 1878. AVmeeting
of his creditors, to show cause why the
application should not be granted, will
be held before Register Keogh atthe'
Central Hotel in this city on the 19th
of February at 3 p. m. ;
A meeting of the creditors of Walter
Brem & Martin, bankrupts, will be held
before Register Keogh at the Central
IIotel,'February ;20th, for the purpose
of selecting an assignee., a t
A meeting of the creditors of J.R.
Davidspn; 'bankrnpt,v;wilV . beheld, at
the Central' Hotel, before Register
Keogh, on the 19th inst, for the pur
pose of selecting ah assignee, the bank
rupt having applied for a discharge
from all hia debts prior: to the 20th of
August last. - . . j
Stenh6use u&' Macaulay, bankrupts,,
have applied for a final discharge from
an then debtsprior to the 26th of April,
1878, and a meeting of the creditors, to
show cause ' hy the petition should not
be granted, will be held before Register
20th inst rf fi H rffJ - . i u
Green of Bea"ver pam,Union
county, nave appiiea- jiui -a uiu. na-r-harorp.
from all their debts Drib to
August 27th, 1878, and a meeting wm.
be Tield before - Register Keogh, in
Greensboro on the I4th inst at 12m ji!
-Wiley -MoTganV'Sf Salisbury, having
nnniipif for a final discharge, a meeting
of his creditors, to show'caose, will be
held before Register Broadfieldin Sahsf,
Tn w mvtha iflih. insfci? o-como ?
. The -i above items are gleaned front
the Greensboro ,New,Jorth State, !
. . About two months ago . aMecklenl
. r - i tawK arts iirnila
county ,in. earp vf
there hadthd misfortune to break his
law TT a-nrttsr .aVPtriCTheDOOirhDuse
of tharcbtmty, and aifeWweekSwafter;
the occurrence; the authorities nau mm
sent to the poor house in Mecklenburg
An!, fhA v vprv eold weather at
tbat time, WhUe;,l)if waythithet
i,5a irr -j i.mkpn over again, and a
few days ago it : had "to be amputated.
rrha Tv.voifTnn -who nerf ormea the oper
ation having expressed the opinion that
thiaomntit'iiMnii wonld-fnOthaVe been
necessary but for the second fracture.
we understand that the negWrWiUsue
fiaharnia conntv for several thousand
dollars damages, for having him remov-
ea at a time wueu ma nuiu t
' a condition to bear the test to whjih it
waa anhipfprt hv t.b I removfiL and that
the suit ;wUl he brought at the next
term of Cabarrus court 1 -.u-.i
Xnermometer Hecord.Jt (, ; ? . '
The following will show the" state Of
the thermometer, at the stations men
tioned, at 4L35 yesterday evening, Wash-
ington mean time, as ascertained from
the daily bulletin issued .from 'the sig4,
nal office in t.hipirv? s-' :
Jacksonville, i .69
Key West.... ..70
New Orleans... .76
Punta Rassa. . . .66
St. Marks....... 70
Augusta.. ...... 54
Charleston. . 56
Corsicana . ... ..62
Galveston . . . : . ..69
A horse attached to a wagon belong
ing to Mr. Robt Beatty got frighten
ed near the intersection of College and
Trade streets, yesterday about noon, and
went whirling up the latter street J no.
Zeigler, the driver, and a little son of
Mr. E. H. Britton who were on the wag
on when the animal . started tdMrun,
were throwri off, and the driver was
struck on the head by one of the wheels.
The boy was not hurt, but the man re
ceived quite a severe cut He was not,
however, disabled.. The run-away was
very exciting to those who saw it, many
of them believing for a moment that
the man had been killed. -; The horse
was caught before he reached the pub
lic square. ; ,
Another North Carolina Invention.
Alexander Oliver is a rather obscure
shoe maker In Union county, but has re
recently invented a method of making
seamless '; shoes which is hkely to give
him a national notoriety. ,; A shoe con
structed on this method was exhibited
at The Observer office yesterday by
Mr. C. A. Blackwelder, who lives in Mc
Dowell county, and who with Mr. Jas.
Smith bought the invention from Oliver
and have made application for the pa
tent They have- received a letter from
the patent office stating that no applica
tion of the kind has ever been recorded.
The inventor claims that in addition to
the comfort in a shoe without seams, the
manner in which it is cut saves one
quarter in the upper leather a verjr
important fact, if true. The shoe ex
hibited to us is well shaped and seems
to have a decided advantage over those
made on the old style, whether a coarse
brogan or a French calf -skin gaiter. It
has been such a short time since the
invention was perfected, however, that
it has not been put to a practical test
JTIarriaf e Statistics.
The following persons obtained mar
riage licenses from the register of deeds
of Mecklenburg county during the
month of January:
James Hastings, Sarah C. McCernner.
R, B. Glass, Sallie K. Barnett . ;
R. B. Huneychtt, Mary J. Winecoff.
John A. Knott, E. E. Hough.
William McKamey, Fannie Lockhart
G. W. Closson, N". J. Dulin.
John T. Dulin, M E. Mullis.
W. W. Orr, Lula M. Hunter.
C. & McCord, M. A. Tucker.
Geo." J. Williams, Mary A. Morrison.
James T. Wentze, Laura E. Harkey.
Robt B. McGee, Mary W. Beatty.
R. W. Johnston, Margaret Woodsides.
J ames Armstrong, Joanna Hawkins.
David Lawing, Mary Smith.
J. S. Felts, Emma F. Boom.
Eli Parks Caroline Wallace.
Geo. Dixon, Eliza Alexander.
Warren Ross, Sallie Hill. ' -
Lewis Parks, Laura Palmer.
Albertus Stowe, Eliza Kendrick.
Jesse Johnston, Annie Morris. '
William Marks, Adeline Beam.
Colonel Moore, Emily Bell.
Leroy McLelland, Hattie Johnston. '
Clark Trotter, Melissa Tate.
Important iSeetins- Xo-Nijfht.
An advertisement from the secretary
calls a meeting of the Charlotte cham
ber of commerce to be held at their new
rooms in the insurance building this
evening at 7.30 o'clock. Important mat
ters are to come up tor consideration.
chief among these the Question of ac
tion by the business men of Charlotte
upon the legislation now pending tor an
extension of the charter of the Raleigh
& Augusta Air Line Railroad to Char-
otte. A strong loDDy from Wilming
ton is at work upon the members of the
General Assembly to secure the defeat
of this (to our section) important meas
ure, and it is necessary for the people
of Charlotte and tbe western part of the
State generally to bestir themselves
and that without delay. A telegram
was received here last evening, signed
by a citizen of Charlotte and a citizen
of a neighboring town, saying that the
bill is in danger and that it is necessary
for the people of Charlotte to talce im
In the light of these facts it is almost
unnecessary to urge a full meeting of
the chamber to-night
Tbe Kecent Sensation on the Air-Line
It was stated in this naoer that the
circumstances connected with the dis
appearance of the young girl, Ollie Gun
nel, from "Atlanta, and her return home
on the Air-Line train, was to have been
investigated in that city day before yes
terday, u The Atlanta Contitution says
that when this trial was called "all of
the interested parties in the case were
present with their? attorneys, and a
score of witnesses were scattered all
through the throng, waiting for their
names to be called. At: the :i appointed
hour for the trial, of the cage, Justice
Bntt disappointed his audience by stat
ing that there would be no. trial, as he
had aismissea the warrants against tne
defendants upon the ground that the
girl was older than the statute required
that she should be to make out a case
Of kidnapping ' In other wor(isMiss.l
Olhewas pa longer, a 'kid.' " .Jri,
So the matter has not amounted to
much' after all. : ' There have been a
good .many-; false; rumors gotten , up
about the affair, some of which have
-reflected npon TrersCTS"teoyayieon-:
nected, with -xut Amonff the suirerers
from these 'reports' is ;apt james jac
Cool. ; thahr-wnonrno conductor n the
line stands higher or is better!Knwn.
The manner in which his name happens
to. be associated with the aff air is sim-
)ly,his;i,Whefl he arriyed- at Jjuiuth,
he crifl got on the train to cometo
Charlotte, but had no money to pay her
fare. He found out that she Deionged
in'Atiahta and pergtfaded hereto;: take
the return train;, when 'his train arrived
at the meeting point; haying fcrst con
sulted with the road-master.: Who; hap
pened to b6 bh the ! traih and with other
passengers as to, what should be i done
under the' circumstances. We.'were
shown, yesterday, the amaavits 01 : tne
attorneys on both sides of the ease,
whfln it came un m-tne conrts. to: tne
effect that hei had; no;, connection with f
it. but simhlv acted as .any Kina heartr
edTailroad official would have done in
a similar position, . , , ' . - .
, While ThehObsebver's article did
not Intimate that Capt McCool had any
connection - with the affair other; than
in his official character as conductor, it
takes: this opportunity bf netting aright
before the. puDjuGone. on wnom nave
been cast reflections calculated to affect
hi$ personal character;;.;.-
Tt:;TA.;---;..v. A Remarkable Besslt.
' ft makes no difference now many physicians, or
bow much medicine you nave tried. It Is now an es;
tabllshed fact that German Syrup is Use only reme
dy which has given complete satisfaction In severe
cases of Lung Diseases. It is true there are yet
thousands of persons who are predisposed to
Throat and Lung .Affections, Consumption, Hem
orrhages. Asthma, -severe , uoias seuuea on me
Breast, Pneumonia Whooping Cough, Ac., who
havB no personal knowledge of Boschee's German
Syrup. To such we would say ftyit 50,000 osen
were sold last year witheut one complaint. Con-,
sumpttves try Just one bqttle. Begular slzei73'
cents, tjoid oy au oxugsi in Amenca, . ; j
JKB A FIRST CLASS -1 y jt.
Smoke can and get a Sudor, at 4 " "-
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE"
A Power Printing OPresa, Ooernsey make, old
style, size of bed 26x4 Inches. - Was in use nntll
replaced by a new one. - Address J. C. BATXKY,
alitor Enterprise and Mountaineer, GraenYiUe,
CASES HUNTADI JANOS
Mineral Water; 10 baskets (50 Jugs each) Apol-
llnaris, Just received. .. .. ,
WILSON ft BUBWELL.
Just received a fresh supply of superior Tea.
WILSON ft BUBWELL,
-gUIST'S GARDEN SEED.
A large supply of these popular seed, lust receiv
ed, by WILSON ft BUBWELL.
Jan22 - ,
X ABB ALWAYS READY
And willing to show eoods whether or not too are
ready to buy. L. B, WBISTON ft CO.
Sold from fresh stock, by
WILSON 4 BUBWELL.
UIST'S GARDEN SEED
Are the best, sold by
WILSON ft BUBWELL.
BEAT BARGAINS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
J, T. BUTLER'S.
i. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
Gold-Head Canes and everrthlnar von want
for Christmas, at
dec24 : . T .
WE DESIRE to call attention to OUR 8TOCT7
E DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOC1V
T7 A N C Y GOOD C
17 ANCY GOOD O "
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
French Plate, Hand Mirrors, Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a full stock of English and
American Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes.
L. B. WBISTON ft CO.
CALDWELL HOUSE,1 CALDWELL HOUS
ALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUS
' Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets,
' -' 1! -Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
. ; CHAB1X1TTE, N. a,
a p. Caldwell..:...:. ..
4-Ir 5tU 1: fe:
TVila KinaA la rwrmmienMi MtnhKahAH nxiA nflmm
all the conveniences and comforts of a first class
boarding house. Persons visiting the city will Had
It a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Canbe fimushed with rooms. ,
BATES Per day. transient, S1.25: per week,
$8.00. Regular table, $3.25; board and room
per month, $18.00. -
lahlO - .
EW LIVERY STABLE.
H you want first-lass Carriages, Phaetons, Bug-
or oadaie Horses, go to the New uvery
If you want a Carriage and Baggage Wagon to
meet arriving or departing trains, go to the New
Livery Stable. !
If you want your horses weH fed and well groomed
go to the New Livery Stable. : s .
Careful drivers, "promptoesa and reasonable prioea
may28 B CHAMBERS ft CO.
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
Cochrane' keeps the best RYE WHISKEY, Stand
...i ; j , ard Pure, Two Years Old,,
4"-!? ua Jil (.-si; af-i T5t. SU: -si-.!,, n f
. And rure Liq u oral Three Years Old,' go ' ,
fantral Hotel Saloon.
Especial attention to tbe retail trade, and all out
uooos are wtununea oi toe Dest qoHiirr. - ; .
.1 a 1 1 - vo.l 1 W WILSON. BUBWELL,
NOnCE TO lABMEBSHl i i 1 j "
" . ' - ' ' ' .' 4 - , ' ' '
; . ;' x - -; ; -
; am prepared to STORE COTTON tn my fire proof
building either tn basement or on the first or see
ond floors nd win grre warehouse reeelptson
which you can draw money If desired. " 1
; - JlW. Charges moderate. .
THOMAS H. GATTHXR.
oetia " '. ' " -r
QI.BOCEBXES CHEAPER THAN EVER. -
. Come to me for Bacon, Com, Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, and other Family Groceries.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
BEST BYE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell for cash.
All goods delivered In the city free of charge.
W. H. CBJJOIINGER,
Next door below Wilson ft Black's old stand,
T T O N
-ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
THOMAS H. GATTHEB,
Cotton Coxmissioh If ibohant.
'YTLLLIAMS ft FINGER,
Have lust received a lot of Tnrkeva and Chickens
which we offer at low prices. Come to Williams ft
Finger and buy the best Family Flour from the
best mills. Wheat, Bran, Oats, Com and Meal,
noney, country lato, Butter and Eggs. The best
Timothy and North Carolina Hav. cow and horse
feed of the best quality. Sugar, Coffee, ftc. Con
signments solicited for all kinds of country produce.
Will make prompt returns of sales.
r a. HENDRIX, Agent,
Comer Main and Blandmg Streets,
COLUMBIA, a a
Special attention bald to consienmenta. Oulck
sales, and prompt returns guaranteed In every In
stance. JanlO lmeod
A ppp l eke rsss
A A PPP TTx T. w Sqq
AAA P P E g"
A P P LULL KEB 88
Received every week.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
Fine Teas, all grades, Just In. at
J LeROY DAVIDSON'S.
LACE STRAP MOLASSES
under cost by the barrel, by
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES and CONFECTIONERIES
In the city, at
I have now tn store a full supply of Groceries and
Fresh Goshen Butter. New Buckwheat Flour.
A small store for rent
WHOT.SSAI.K AND BBTm.
GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTRY PRODUCE
ALSO, PBOPBIXTOBS' OF TBS
..... ... i.. ...v .. ...
: CHARLOTTE HOTEL, !
..,- . . .. ...
. . . , '..I.. ..... ............
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been newly furnished and to kept In
Terms, Per Day ....... $ 2 00
Table Board, Per Month ...........'.. 10 00
. BB7Omnlbua and Carriages at every Mffr-'
,' j , vi inv? ;;f ' j
iSK 'f- 1 -"ji 119
.... .... ... . n... ...MJ.-.-....-......,r,v. -
HELD BROTHERS, Proprietors. . ' i
" r 'V 'l MSN KTirBtUJ ClerkJ
ITOP AT THE.
C & Eacnm, Proprloc.
C & Brown, Jr- Chief Clerk; W. O. SheBmm Ast
..-.., .-I . alatAnt -v. .-,:.
t f pAROLKA CENTRAL
yx '"5 THROUGH TBSOHTBOUTX
1 This Line being fully equipped for busmesa,!
Wilmington and an Northern and Eastern Cities to
Greenvffle, Spartanburg,' an Stations
- -" ' ' - Atlantic Tennessee Ohio,
As weR as points m Georgia
Insurance and Bates guaranteed as Low aa
Gen. Freight Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
JB. J. H. MoADEN,
PBtJOelST AfiD C.nCMIHT,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubin's Extracts and Colognes,
English Select pices,
' Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap'
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. McADEN'S
200 Barrels of
C. WEST ft SONS'
EXTRA NO. 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil. from C. West k
Highest Medal awarded at Centennial 15mnfHnn
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will
burn, a West ft Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. MoADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
SCARB ft CO.,
U G G
V G G
SRAB THE POST-OFFICE,
Would respectfully inform the public that they
have opened a retail and family Drug Store, near
the Post-Offlce, and solielt the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Prescriptions and famflf recipes dispensed with
great care and purl Drugs.
TEACHERS WANTED. $50 to $100 or $200
per month, during the Spring and Summer.
f or ruu parocuiars aaaress - ; ,
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment wBl positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and win positively cure
nine eases In ten. Information that, win save
many lives sent free by mall. Dont delay a mo.
ment Prevention Is better than cure.1 Hold every
where. L S. JOHNSON ft CO..
for women , and childrext
or;ivomen and childreIii
Females sufferins from' pain and weakness win
derive great comfort and strength from the use of
Benson's Capclne Porous Plaster. Where children
are affected with whooping cough.wdlnary coughs
or colds or weak tangs, it is the one and only treat
ment ther should receive. This article contains
new medicinal elements such as is found In no other f
remedy in the same -form, it is far superior to
common porous plasters, liniments, electrical ap
pUances and other external remedies. . It relieves
pain at once, strengtnena and. cures where ether
iasters - wui not even relieve.- jror iame ana
Peak Back. Rheumatism. Kidney disease and all
local aches ana pains, it is also the best known
remedy. Ask for Benson's Capclne Plaster and
take no other. Sold by all, Druggists. Price 25
eents. -) ..-) i.i
CONS U M P 'T 10 vr .
O N SUM P! .T " I O- IN
And aU Disorders Of the ' , ;
THROAT AN D LUNGS f I
'. Permanently Cured, v
DR. T, A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY, ' ! r
PPP oSSfl T' Y ' OOO H - H fl ' HH V EES
PPP "88,. 'Tr'c:: hhh n NNN ER s
P . 1 u T ii O O H 'K II-H KK- K '
P ' HSr , , T . i yPU O , tt II. BL Ha ' BJEB
- Taken In conjunction with his ''"l-'
-j.' COMPOT ;EMULSI0N. OF j .
D B Jt i C O D tL I T-E B-hO VXJ ; -.
XIMX AND SODA I f fX
i , t , t i .. , r , .,-r
A FHEK BOTTT.E of each IweiMrkHnn sent bv
express to each suffering applicant sending their
name, P. O. and express address to Dr. T. A. Slo
cum, 181 iari sweei, rew xorc
TpEXl ARIOVAIA FOR SALE, WANTED. ,'
10 boxes assorted Candles,- 5 boxes choice Oys
ter Crackers, 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, bugest
1VC uani ia uie cur. ;
Also 1 fine Milch Cow and one- medium ouall
Cow with yourtff call, ror sale low. t
1 500 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED. ? I
Cec29 , - 4 . B, K. BSOTH;
i i I't r '.Ci'M'-uif n' - -
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH, h ' 4 4. i '
v . - ' i
offers uneaualled facilities tat the Transportion of
v-' -'" vv- ,-. u
Charlotte, . StatesvOle, ; Ashevnie, ' Rutherfordto a
on the Atlanta ft Richmond Air-Line, ' - '
and Western N. a Railroads, ' .
Alabama and MtastoatppL i f
via any Competing Llaa, and Time as QuickJ
upon application to
.-.ti s .... '" ; !' i'.s. .rr
Southwestern Freight Agent, Charlotte,' N. a
.: .....iiti; .! i'i i ' r.J-ifl
f . : ' . !'
i; , : T.T.BMTTH,
Agent C. X BaOwar, Charlotte.
LOUISLiNA STATE LOTTEBY'1?'
s ! :t iiiyiiu ,Uf.5&jlii.' ?iii
v-'ju A SPLENDID OPPOBTUNTTT
s- --.-".'.i.-'.-i': ' ''.:! ' -.ill, , . .. ,fi ;
To win a fortune.'. Second f Grand1 Distribution
Class B, at New Orleans, Tuesday,' Febroary
11th, 1879--105th Monthly Twmg
I LOUISIANA STATS ITTEBT CPMiANY.
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' ' . '' ' - , . ,.f ; it.';:il - .
-. This Institution was renilart tnwnnmfi h
toe Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable purposes Iri 1 868, with a ' capital of
the second IHiesday.; It never scales or postpones.
Look at the following distribution: ' .T
CAPlfAt PRIZE,5 30,00a .', '.
100,000 tickets at Two t)ollars each." ' Half Tlck.
. ; ets, OneDontlr.
: . , -..,! . . . . ,
'' . ill-' r;, i.i- :;-
:-'.., LIST OF PBIZESt
inui .. ... a--; u i t ..- .,-sl u;
1 ' Osbil Fxiaf,' .-JA, : t! .'.".ii; 8b.boo
1 Capital Prtee,- lOioOO
1 CapltalPiiBel;.ii..Jii...a.'..,.....v .6,000
. 2 Pesof Sa.SOO.),., ,6,000
5 Prizes of Zl,Q0Q.. ., . A 5.000
20 Prizes of i 500.. . Si. . '.' s 10 000
100 Prizes of ? 100.... ......... ...10,000
SSSl-SS"1' ! 2 10ooo
.600 Prizes of ,r m, P,M,.w4 10,000
1,000 Fnzesot 10.'..i.,'4.r"-..i,..i; 10,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES i '
9 Approimaaon Prizes of $300...V 2,700
9 Approximation Prizes of. 200. . . ( 1,800
Approximation Prizes of1 10Q..... t 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to. : . 8110,400
. .v .s." ; :- ;? '
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at aU
prominent points, to whom 8 liberal compensation
wiUbepaid. ... (.- .,f
Application for rates to elnha nhrrnld nnl ha mrnta
to toe Home Office in New Orleans.. ' ' Z
wnie, cieany staong ran address, for ruu infor
mation or send orders ; . . .'
! . . M.A.DAUPH1N.
Postomos Box 692, Keif Orleans, Louisiana
AU our Grand Extraordinary Drawings' are tinder
the supervision and management of GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD andJUBAL A, EARLYT
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" ;. --':''.;. l'l 'hi nit ft
Having become familiar Wth Colden
Lefbig's Liquid Extract of beef and. 'fonio Invlgor-
ator, I take"pleasroiri leoommencnng1 it as an ex-
in, comoining as n does food and
tonic in a remarkable war, ; producing good blood,
healtfc and strengOii, $pli.bjf an' finustUsv "
: - Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer m
p tj h, icta: p p j; jr; c i i it b
t Bole Proprietor and Manufacturer of
- E. B. CONDIT'S TABLE SAUCE,-5
287to296 W:Thlrd St,
TLS SASSAFRAS ' ' ' 'Tl.K': "
Of prime quality, bought in any quaalty, for cash
uu ueuvery, iree oi oroKerage, commissions,
, or storage expenses;, by -L 't. '!
Importers and Exportenl of .1 : ' i :, r ; 'ru
i ' DRUGS, ESSENTIAL-OILS ftc.
S8,wnilam Sta- ti.Hew York
A DAY to Agents eanrassmg for the Fibx
: Bros VisrroB? i Terma md antflt Tbm. - Ad.
dress P, O. PICKERY, Augusta, Maine j,f.t
OATancy Cards," Chromo, Snowflake, ftci.'no two
OKf alike, with name, 10 cents. J. MUjkler ft
j.t. . .
A A MIXED CARJa with name 10. .Agents'
W outfit 10c . L. JONES 4 CO- Jfassau, N, Y.
rpo ADVERTISERS. Send for our, Select List of
JL Local Newspapers. - Sent free on application.
Address GEOJ P. BO WELL ft ' CO ' 1 l Rnmm' Ml .
New York. .-Hf !!fu u iw?--x.i'u -;m
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. tSF! FOR LAUNDRY USE. "- :
T T NDERT AKIN G --'- - 5 1 u i -t
Th5 undersigned is now ptepexedtd fin aU orders
fox every class of Un&riaktng' parura hatttl a
.. lit lutu j-iiiu in.jij. an am
fuH assortment ef i e h-jinm tsrf vi
tl'-KliU in!? !.(,-II-Jt y-ii'Ai.Jifi t-tl
: t bih In Both. Wood and Metallo. y l lad' .
df:q m j :r li-.i1BJyJJ.r ;'.f,
. . i PBICM AS LOW AS UKti'-JiUiiW. tt
Ah 'r-l-s-Jiirrii't:i-s in ,inJ. .
mi t yi Hearseai furnished it destted; b?
JkWJuu HiWii-n -r ii li-v'V
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fttrnttora; of everr Sescstptlon epa2ed et ator
'Viva .'A-itrLj 'jih notici' '.-'-H'JAi
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Vnt ita-J-'iii! MS- M. WILHELM,' ,
t'.i:.!i; i:wiaiBa Rogers, Trade gtrwti
Jane 20. ,
si,uuv,uuv, w wmcn n aas suice aaaeae, Reserve
Fund Of S35O,00a Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION willtaka