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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1879.
The following table shows the running of passen
ger trains to and from Charlotte,' on all the rafl-
roads (Washington time):. - i ..- !
;V RICEMOND & DANVTLLX.
ArrlyesIromBlchmond and Golds boro, 1.00 a. ib.
Leaves tor " ., , 3.20 a.m.
" Arrives from Richmond, .......... j ... 10.50 a. m.
Leaves for . .' o.5op. ra.
! ' i r ATLANTA CHABIXXTTK AIB-LINK.
Arrives from Atlanta, .' - :'t 8.20 a. m.
i Leaves for Atlanta, .w.i...t4.. . 1 1.06 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,........;......;."! p. m
Leaves for Atlanta......... . .i 10.60 a. m.
CHAKLOTTK, COLUMBIA. A AUGUBTA. ,- S
Arrives from Augusta,.
Leaves for Augusta.. .............
Arrives from Augusta. ..., . ..
Leaves for Augusta,. ..-..4.- .1.
;vii .' -CAIM)UHA'CBOTTUL.
3.10 a. m.
1.00 a. m.
; 6.80 a. u.
11.27 a. ni.
Arrives from wflmmgton,'. ' : 1 . . ; 7.29 p. nu
Leaves for Wilmington,,..........:... 6.00a.m.
Arrives from Shelby,. .'. . ; 5.00 p. m.
( Leaves for Shelby,. ... : 7.00 a. m.
. .sA v' . 'A'TLAirno, TJQTK1S8KB OHIO. I
Arrives from Statesville,: .: .'. 5.30 p. nL
Leaves for Statesvtlle,...;. ; . . . ..... 7.00 a. n
OHARLOtTK POST OFFICE, j J
-j:-- ! '; asorawta 'closes.
Money Order Department, .. 9.00 a. m. 5.00 p. si
Registry Department,; ..... .9.00 a. m. 5.00 p. m.
Gen'lDeliv'y8tampDept,-8.00 a. m. 6.00 p. nt
,- -v. 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
a. m.-.- - ..- -,- ; s
OPENING AND CLOSING OF, MAILS. ,
, , . , OPENS. ;:;; CLOSES, 'j
-.. .Danville ft Charlotte B. B., 8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
. " ; - " v ll.15a.rn.' fi.00p.rn,
; -Charlotte ft Atlanta R. R.,. 8.00 a. m. p. ni
4 ft Augusta B. R.,, 8.30 p. m. 10. 00 a. m,
Wilm'n ft Charlotte R. Bt 8.80 d. m. .- 5.00 a. m:
Charlotte ft Shelby R. R..... 5.30 P. m. -6.00 a. m
invi ft StatesvlUe, . . . . 5.80 pm. 6.00 a. nu
H Beattle's" Ford, (horse route.) Mondays at
5.00 n. m.. and Tueadavs at 8 00 n-m. . t
u r- Yorkvllle, (horse route,) Thursdays at 6.00
p. m., ana naays ai 7.00 a. m.
):) ...fr 1,.., : W. W. JENKINS, P. M.
TBK CHUKCHBS TO-DAI.
Tocnq Men's Christian Association Hall.-t-Devotlonal
exercises this afternoon at 4:45 o'clock.
St. Peter's Church Services tn the morn:
in; at 1 1 o'clock and In the afternoon at 4Vb o'clock
Dy uev.. j. ioiy. . aunaay scnooi in ine anert-
Baptist CiBroRCH. Services In the morning at 11
o'clock and in the evenlnir at 7 o'clock bv Ttev.i
Dr. Theo. Whitfield, pastor. Sunday school In the
morning at m o'ciociu ,
First Presbtterian Church. Services In the
" morning at 11 o'clock and in - the evening at 7
by Bev. A. W. Miller, D. I)., pastor. Sunday school
in the aiternoon at a sjo o'ciock.
V ," St. Mask's Lutheran CHUBCitr-Servlces in the-
mormns at -11 o'ciocK ana in tne- evening at
, o'clock by Rev. E. , A., i WingarcL pastor. Sunday
. school In the afternoon at a o'clock. .:'- ,
-. Second Presbttehian Church. Services m the
momlne at 11 o'clock and In tne eveiune at u
'"o'clock ny the pastor, Bev. E. H. Harding Scmday
' school to the afternoon at 4 o'clock, j
Associate Reformed PhesbtterUn Chapel.?
i I Services In the morning at 11 o'clock and to:
- the evening at 7 o'clock by Bev. W. T.. Wauer,
-''k pastor. k- Sunday school In the morning at 10;
, : o'clock. - ' f " :
Ins at 11 o'clock and in the evenmg at. i o-ciock
T bv Miss Louisa Planter. Sunday school m the
' '. morning at 9 o'clock and class-meeting in the at
i . ternoon at a O'clock. vw-v -
-i-i St. Peter (CATBX-tc)C5HTRCH.-Servlce8 in thej
n.' i morning at low cciock ana caiecnism iaugui iu
- the afternoon at o'clock; by Very Bev. L. P
' O'ConneU. Vespers In the afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Sunday school In the morning at V O'ciocK.
' Trton street 'Methodist (K.) Church. Ser-
vlnoo In tha mnmlnir ak 11 O'clock and HI the
evening at 7 o'clock by Bev., A. A. Bos
! hamer, pastor. Sunday school in the evening at
:'rs8Va o'clock. Prayer meeting evry Wednes
day evening at 730 o'clock. Strangers cordially,
Graham Street (Colored) Mkthodiot .(E.)
-' wTa,-H0 in th mnrnlns at 11 o'clock
. and lnT"thT evening at 7 o'clock by the pastor, i
.. Rev. R GitaonSunday school in the morning
at 9 o'clock. Prayer meeting every
evening at 8 o'clock.
nt' i i
1 P. M.- .
, War Department.
Oitfiois Cm' Signal Officer,
v ABuisaTOH, Feb. l. 7 -son i m
."'"For tlie Soutlk -AtlauUo. States, dear
'--or-fair-irftatber rising . dbturcuaaetaicaai
slight changes ia temperature.'
liocal Ueport f or; ytxjlajr, '
i,7A,M,12P.M.:9 P. M
Barometer.a . t . : .'ii .
Wind Direction,, . ..
Weather, .;.., i ,
Highest temperature 46 deg.; lowest 28
WEATHER BSPORT, PEBRCABT 1, 420 P. M.
n. , ;
N.rW; N. " '
- Cloudy.) ,;
HOME PENC Wi'
Sales of cotton last1 week lwere ,1050,
bule nearly, all of this being wagon cot
ton. : ' ; . . .:;:.;; -;'V;:', t .
On first pitge is to be seen the newest
revised edition of that melting ditty
entitled "Baby Mine." v t '
The board of county commissioners
will meet at ' the court house in regular
monthly session to-morrow; ;
Men with overcoats and red noses
rushed madly to and fro in the streets
yesterday, seeking investments in the
lately despised spot. .',',.",.,'1 f ' J1';I
Next Friday "night is the time appoin
ted for the supper-by the Charlotte
Chapter, Koyal Arch Masons, and the
speech by (?mpan Jon Chas. :JR. Jones.
Within the pastVeek the pavement
of College street has been .' graded be
tween Tenth and .Eleventh and other
notable I improvements . made on the
streets. , -, ;-! 'y .'
After a! spell of unseasonably warm
weather the mercurv beffan to tumble
yesterday, and by nightfall was search
r ing an arounu, lyr,;-iuei jjoiujuiua iu
' Those wlitfv hav4 purchased tickets
from.the! ladies If or. the , Mendelssohn
Concert, can have seats reserved with
out additional '-charge- by applying at
the Central Hotel cigar-stand. ; , ;
Red Buck has j limped the town. He
effected his escape from Street Commis
sioner Hunter, and when 1 caught again
will be Dut in the eham-iramr. -It is the
intention of the authorities to make the
town too hot to hold him. m; ' . ;
There waa no. mayor's court yester
day, i There has been but one session df
this court in sixteen da7s:j There was
not a single police arrest last week the
first time Biicha thing has happened
since the "woods was" burnt.' ; j ,
Verily,' -vve f are , a. sportive people
men : xraaing . iur, urae, uu varry iug
game cocks .'.in their arms - as ,they,
, walked around and examined the dffer-i
ent points of the various nags, "was one i
of the street scene yesterday. f
: ; Miss Louisa Painter has consented to'
i give aBible reading for Christian wo-:
: men atthe Young Men's Christian As-i
. Bociatfoniroomsrr at half-past 3 p. m:
Monday Ladies of all churches are.
invited to attend and take their Bibles.
"!yf ' " it will be of interest n Charlotte and
' w Petersburar ' to -know that late, and'
r:: 7 reliable n.dvtfma from Tlalelorh areto the
' ': ' btfecfthat there is not much 'prospect
4 bTthe passage 'of the bill introduced by
'i1:' ! ; Mr. Norment, of Robeson, to "prevent
the-wanton fighting of came chickens
S,V .1.4.: 11. WM . ' ; ! i i'
iifid betting thereon
The Latest Mores on tne Chew Board
I .Kaleisfb. and Charlotte Taklngr Ac
tlon. I ' .
The people of Raleigh are moving in
behalf of the charter for the extension
of the Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line
Railroad. We learn from the Observer
or that city that a large and enthusias
tic meeting in its interest was T held
Thursday evening. . t,..-,:
Julius Lewis, was called to th
chair, and G. Rosenthal. Esa, appointed
secretary. The chairman, after stating.
tue ouject oime meeting, upon motion,
appointed the following gentleman to
draft and report suitable resolutions,
to-wit: Messrs. E. R. Stamps R. S. Tuck
er, A. Creech, P. F. Faison-M. Graus-
man, X. H, Unggs. Jr A. M. McPheev
ters and Jno, C.Blake. w j - M
After consultation,,the following res
olutions were reported by the commit
tee and were unanimously adopted :" f-
uesoivea, mat with the present , WW,
prices of produce it i of the utmost
mportance that the citizens of : the
State shall have the lowest possible
rates of freight, and the only effectual
means to accomplish this end is by' es-,
uiunsmng competing lines oi iranspor-
Resolved. That upon general ; princi
ples, railroads are public highways that
promote the prosperity of the country
through which they pass, and as such
their construction should be fostered
and encouraged, especially when only
the right-of-way is asked and na pecu-'
niary aid is required ot tne state. '
Resolved, That in accordance ';"with
the above, this meeting is in sympathy
with, and fully endorses the application
for a charter foT the extension of .the
Raleieh & Ausrusta Air-Line Railroad
to Charlotte, N. C. . '
I rom the same source as above, it is.
Jearhed that a large crowd .was assem
bled Thursday afternoon, in the State
Treasurers omce, where the committee
on internal improvements sat patiently,
and listen ted to the arguments of Maj.
Winder, Maj. R. &7Tucker and E. R.
stamps, q, in favor oi the extension
to Charlotte, and ot Maj. U. M. steaman
and D: R. Murchison in opposition to
granting a charter for. such, extension.
It is learned here privately that the
committee had decided , by a vote of 8
to 6 to report the bill to the houses with
the recommendation that it do not pass,
but this action is by no means final.
resolutions of the charlotte cham-
,5,,. BER OF COilMERCJE.
A meeting of the Charlotte chamber
of commerce was called last evening
to consider what action, if any, was
necessary on the part of the business
men of Charlotte in regard to the bill
nnw hfnrfi t.hft T-fienslatrira errantinff an
extension of charter to the Raleigh &
Augusta Air-Line Railroad to Char
lotte. When the bill was first intro
duced by Mr. Brown, of Mecklenburg,
little or no opposition was manifested,
but the fieht now being made by Wil
minsrton against the granting of the
empty charter, has aroused the friends
of the measure, and; the business men
of Charlotte, ever alive to their inter
ests, have, within the past few days,
felt it proper to taKe some steps in re
gard to the measure.
Col. J. L. Brown. Who is a member of
the chamber, and also of the Legisla
ture, stated that the friends of the
measure in Raleigh had publicly stated
that the railroad, oflicials were willing
to guarantee to break ground on the
new railroad within twelve months,
and to finish the road within five years
or forfeit the charter. The discussion,
participated in by most of the leading
business men of the city, toofc; a wide
range, and the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
. Whereas, It is, learned -that a bill
is now pending in the Legislature of
North Carolina, proposing to grant the
privilege to the Raleigh,. &. Augusta
Air-Line Railroad to extend the road
from some point on their line to Char
s-;WHEBKtg,nn -snirLTaATro&a compa
ny proposes to - build .said-extension
without a single dollar from the State ;
therefore, be it ' '"J' i -
Resolved, That it is the .sense of the
business men of Charlotte that the said
railroad should be allowed to build the
said extension to Charlotte, enabling it
to connect with the system of railroads
which converges here.
Resolved, 2nd, That this chamber of
commerce cordially endorses the propen
sition of the railroad company to ex
tend their road to Charlotte, and this
association respectfully requests the
members of the Legislature from Meck
lenburg, county to support the bill now
pending before that body, extending
the charter of the said road." i ..
Resolved, 3rd, That the chamber ap
point a committee of ten of its mem
bers, as follows,tO-wit: S. Wittkowsky,
Gen. T, F. Drayton, Chas. R. Jones, S. P.
Smith, W. WrPegram. B. R. Smith, J.
H. McAden, 'A. R. Nisbet, M. C. Mayer
and J.S. Spencerr to -visit Raleigh and
use their influence to have the bill pass
ed by the Legislature. ' i: '; ,
Resolved, 4th, That the president be
authorized to add to this committee any
member of the chamber which he may
deem proper. .
Resolved, 5th, That this chamber do
request J. H. Wilson, R. P. Waring, Ru
f us Barringer, C. Dowd, W. H. Bailey,
or any other citizen of t Charlotte, who
may be in Raleigh, to co-operate with
and assist this committee. , ;r r
. It could hot be learned last night how
many of the members of the committee
would go, but it is believed that most
of those appointed will visit Raleigh
this week ana look after the matter.1
Montbly Weailier Repwrt. .
Thte'4 signal station in this city fur?
nishes the following, showing the1 daily
and monthly means of barometer and
thermometer, total movement of ; wind
and amount of . rainfall with: the pre
vailing direction of wind, &c, for the
month of January i
Mean daily barometer, 30407 ; mean
daily thermometer, 41.5 ; mean daily,
humidity, 67.3; highest barometer, 30.
491, on the 7th; lowest barometer, 29.
490, on the 9th ; monthly range of bar-ometerr-lXX)l
'r- highest temperature, 70
degrees,, on-the, .-25th; lowest tempera
ture, II degrees, on the 4th: monthly
range of temperature," 59 degrees; great
est daily range of : temberature, 28, on
tha ofh nnrl ist.h : least dailv ransre of
temperature, 7 degrees, on the Sth.and"
12th; mean maximum temperature 49.8;
meanminimum temperature, 32.6 ; mean
daily range of temperature, 17.2 ;; total
rainfall' ormelted snow, 3.62 inches;
prevailing wind, southwest; total move
ment, of wind, 17 .miles maximum
velocity of wind and direction, south,
30 miles, at 9 a. m, on the 9th : number,
of clear days, Tr ntimber of fair days,
14; -number of cloudy i days:: on which
rain or snow fell, 7; number of, cloudy
days on which no rain orisnow.fell, 3;
total number of days on. which rain or
suow feiy 10; ;date of 4unar halo, 10th ;
dates of frost, -1st, 2d, 3d,-4tfr, 5th, 6th,
7th 8th, 9th, 10th, llth; 18th, 15th, 17th,
18th,-19th,. 20th and-21st. The tain
storms of the month; preceded by wind,
were as follows:- Wind from the south;
8; from the east, 2; northeast, 1; south
east,!; nnrtl!P3t, 1 J norths 1. . i--&.u
- ii ii . . ;.
Chicken Stealing1, . r- . . ,
No species : of t iniquity ' has been so
rife in the community during the win
ter season as that of chicken stealing.
The latest victim is Mb, W;'M. "WiIs6ii:
Who, Friday night; suffered the loss of,
a fine Hoodan rooster, a Plymouth Rock
hen and a couple of geese, xne tmer
wa traftprl a noi!iri iotonno venter.
day morning, and a house was searched
I kn lf.n nnlinn 1...4. nrUknt MnnU ! '
js j bv the police, but without rsul
Personal - . r f ' ' i m
MT3. Moon, the Onatfir revivalist Kaa
left for home after two : weeks of al
most incessant labor here. 1 ' -.?
Mr.Bamch,of Wittkowsky Baruch,
left last evening for the North and
East, : expecting to buy more largely
than ever for the spring trade i; . t -
- ix i UmJZ s-: 1 - r
Death of a Yadkin Physician; rtt
We learn of the death of Dr. rB. R.
Benhain, of Jonesville,; Yadkin county,
at hia residence, on Thursdays the 80th
nlt; Dr. Benham was about 70 years of
age and a brother-in-law of Col, C. J.
Cowles, of this city. He was well known"
throughout ; his ; own ' county and the
northwestern section of the State, and
stood deservedly high among all classes
of rplemta-iio- A i
The Simpson .Mlneli ; " ' J
i'lt 13 learhedjthat theiKortnern,? gen
tlemen who have been negotiating for
-the purchase of the Simpson gold mine
in this county; and who navel come out
here for the ; purpose, ci c inspecting the
property, are much pleased with it and
are of the popular opinion, that the
property, if well worked, can be made
to return good profits; In our - former
mention i?of these ' negdtiationa. it was
stated that Mr. J. C Bates had effected
the sale for the owners of the-propertv.
The name of JMr W." J. Floyd should
have been used for that of . Mr. Bates.
Spring- and Summer Styles' ; j
MrTM.1 Lichtensteinl the capital mer
chant tailor, has received a .number of
handsome lithograph plates .represent
ing the new spring and summer styles
in gentlemen's goods. h Some of these
are very novel , and a number; of them
very handsome. ' They i represent the
latest-iashions ra : business as ; weu as
dress goodSv and are worthy the atten
tion of our gentle readers. , '- Mr. - Lich-
tenstein is preparea, . too, to cut ana
make suits or -single: garments accord
ing to any of the styles which lie dis-
piays, aua unumisu iu pHLWjrus as
. - J 1. H 1 J.J ' i-A.
well. Mr. J-iicntenstein - is a nrst-ciass
tailor. His work has grown greatly in
favor, and no Northern tailor can give
a better nt., .
The Sixth District in the Supreme
In the Supreme Court, Thursday, . ap-
peais irom this (the sixth) district were
called as follows: , - r
State vs. Ashby Chavis, from Stanly ;
argued by Attorney-General Kenan
for the State and Cole & LeGtand for
J. B. and B. A. Green vs. George J.
Green, from Union. Continued.
L. J. Dickson ys. Wm. Wilson et al
from Cleaveland. Continued by con
James McDonald, et al, vs. Cannon,
Fetzer & Wadsworth, from Cabarrus.
Continued by consent.
Scraup Edgerton vs. G. W. Logan,
from Rutherford. Continued by con
J. W. Suttle et al, vs. R. M. Harrell,
from Rutherford. Docketed by appellee
State and R. F. Gamble vs. H. T.
Rhyne, administrator, from Gaston.
Argued by Wilson & Son for plaintiff,
and Hinsdale & Devereux and Jones
& Johnston, contra.
"Denble Marriage" Kate Claxton.
- This week "will be rich in amuse
ments. Mri Bangs, supported by Mr.
Ford's company, Wednesday night;
Thursday night the Quintette club, of
Boston, and Saturday night, Miss Kate
Claxton. The advance agent of this
charming young actress arrived in the
city yesterday. Miss Claxton is famous,
and needs ho introduction to the public
here or elsewhere. She will give us
"The Double Marriage," a dramatization
from Charles Reade's "White Lies," and
will be supported by a company of her
own. As bearing upon the interesting
event which we are soon to enjoy, we
extract the following from the New
YorK ITerald, of recent dtde:
"Miss Kate Claxtondeservea not a
little . praise for the, production; under
Theatre last evening, of Charles Reade's
aramanzation or "JjouDifr Marriage.
The audience was large; standing room
uncomfortable, and even the veteran
first nighters saw much to applaud.
There is no reason why a play so full of
dramatic interest should not become a
suceess. There is in it an attraction of
incident that makes every person pres
ent content to await the denouement.
The piece is destined for a run."
JTuliua CsBtt&r Combination Bangv.
In order to Btir up the psire minds of
our people by way of remembrance, we
advert to the fact that - the sale of - re
served seats for the great attraction at
the opera house next Wednesday night,
will begin at-the Central Hotel cigar
stand to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
The play is one of the grandest that was
ever put? upon the ooards, and one
which, by this company, is grandly
played. Snch names as BangsKeene and
Downing1 should draw well anywhere,
and it is hardly to be doubted that they
will receive one of the warmest recep
tions here that has ever been f accorded
to any company. (The part of Marc
Anthony is Mr. Bangs' great specialty.
One of his greatest triumphs in it was
achieved at Booth's theatre, New York,
where, upon one occasion, he played it
for 103 consecutive nights. . A
Mr. Bangs is a Virginiah--a'Korfolk
man by birth-r-a man of massive mould,
splendid physique, and of4 most striking
presence. That he is, aside from this,
a man of most uncommon dramatic ge
nius, is a fact that has long since passed
into the history of the American stage.
The first four or live ..years of his dra
matic life were divided in engagements
alternating between the cities of Wash
ington. Baltimore and Philadelphia, un
til at last the young actor found" his t
way to the city of New York; that
Mecca of the dramatic aspirant where
he was installed a responsible member
of 'Laura i Keene's Company, under
whose- careful management he ; soon
sprangTnto notice, receiving the most
favorable consideration from the press
of that famous city, and flattering en
couragement from its people, who even
then prophesied for the young -aspirant
a distinguished place in his profession.
In a few years J. W. Wallack (the elder)
invited Mr. Bangs to a prominent place
in his, at that time, incomparably excel
lent company;. In such a rare school of
art, and shoulder to shoulder with great
artists, . we . find young Bangs-, siill
mounting- the , ladder ' of 'fame. ;; Later
on we find him a favorite under J arret
& Palmer's uimanagement ' at ; Niblo's
Garden: f. Then- again under the man
agement of the' late ;Jas. Fiske, at the
Grand Opera House. V Having ; received
the unqualified indorsement of the
metropolis of America, ' he again ap
pears in Washington, D. September,
1865, at the National Theatre, the very
ground where, thirteen years before, re
made his first bow ta an audience. He
was received on his return with most
enthusiastic acclamations ; hencef or
ward, ; triumph upon vtriumph distin
guished his career, until he now. stands
pre-eminent as one of the "bright par
ticular stars" of the American stage, c.-v
1 ' '' ! '
' Tarboro Southerner's - casualty coir
umn: .-: A little colored boy, son' of Jim
Armstrong, of Rocky Mount, was killed
by having a large limb cut down on him
on Saturday; On the day before a tft
son of Ned Parker (colored) fell Tipm a
stringer of thfl bxldge across Tar river
at the falls and came near being drown
ed. He floated to a raft and was res
cued. The colored cook on the premi
ses of J. II. Chapman, near liocky
Mount, left her - crawling , child, in the
cabin alone with thafiret ' Tbfj ejothbig
of ! the. child gntgd aiy burned it ta
iS A 1TBST CLASS '
flnuJri m11 anjf m fli xrf. t
j , ....... .LeBdl DAYTDSON'SL.
IN CASH WILL FUBCBASX
A Power Prmtmflr QPreas. Guemaer make, old
style, size ot bed 26x4 inches. Was in use until
replaced by a new one. Address J. C. BAILEY,
editor Enterprise and Mountaineer. Greenville.
ja1J4a - - :.
cases huntadi janos
Mineral Water; 10 baskets (50 Jugs each) Apol-
llnaris, lust received. - ;
-i .-i I 4u v-i " "WILSON 4 BTJBWXLL.
Just received a fresh supply of superior Tea.:.-:.
WILSON 4 BUBWELL,
Jan30 - .
BUISTS GARDEN SEED.
A large supply of these popular seed, Just reoerr
ed. by f " tWLL80N BUBWELL.
Jan22 --. -,
E ABE ALWAYS BEADY
And willing to snow goods whether or not you are
ready to buy. L. B. WBISTON i CO.
decl3 ,tvi .fit t.7'.,..,-,-
' i I
Sold from fresh stock, by
WILSON & BUBWELL.
Are the best, sold bf
'rV --- - - -
WILSON & BUBWELL.
JanSO ' ,v" '
BEAT BARGAINS FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
J, T. BUTLER'S.
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
t3" Gold-Head Canes and eyerythlnjc you want
-. " J. T. BUTLER'S.
dec24 - .,--.! ...
WE DESIRE to can attention to OUR STOCT7"
S DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOClx
XT' A NO 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 CELULOH) TOILET Cases
French Plato, Hand Mirrors, Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a full stock of English and
American Tooth, Hair and NaQ Brushes.
L. B. -WRISTON 4 CO.
AL DWELL HOUSK,
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CTABLOTTE, N. C..
: CHARLOTTE, N. O,
& P. CALDWELL..
This house Is permanently established and offers
all the conveniences .and comforts of a first Class
boarding house. Persons visiting the city will find
it a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms. ' -
VBATES-oPer day, transient, 81.25; per week,
Z6.00. Regular table, $3.25; board and room
per month, $1&X)0.
JanlO ..v . - l i.v. t s t,t
EW LIVERY STABILE.
If you want first-class Carriages, Phaetons, Bug
gies or Saddle Horses, go to the New Livery
Stable. ,;'.:--!; :: ; - c .--. -
If you want a Carriage and Baggage Wagon to
meet arriving or departing trams, go to the New
: If you want your horaes well fed and well groomed
go to the New Livery Stable. . "
Careful drivers, promptness and reasonable prices
are our motto. - .i -
may28 - R. CHAMBERS ft CO.
JT THE CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON
Cochrane keeps the best RYE Wrjsxjjr?, gujid
X ard Pure. fwe Years 614 " 1
-gieai FINE WINES,
And rure Llqnors, "f hreeYears Old, go
. Central WM Satooa,
. . ,
. Especial attenttoa to the retafl bade, and aQ our
Goods are warranted of the bst qualify. -"
M " 1 . WILSON to BU2WELL,
NOTICE TO.FiKyKTm .t -
. " ," ' 5 ' ' i '
.: am prepared to 8T0BJC COTTON in mj lire proof
bulldlns either in basement or ontbefirst or see-
- - J 5 '1.1
ond floors nd will gtn warehouse xeesiptson
which you can draw money If desired. . : -
r. BT" CharcM Btodente.' ' " "- '. - "L .
octl2 - -"m
BOCXBJXS CHXAFEB THAN IRBi 32 b t
NEW FEATURES 1
Come to me for Bacon, Com, Sugar, Coflee, Mo
lasaes, and other Family Groceries.
jus received, a lew Darren oi ueny jrosnrs (ott
Tiecoanty) - , . '
BEST BYE WmSKJCT.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell forotsn.
au goods aenreiea in me acy tree oi enanm.
- - W. H. CBIMMINGER,
Next door below Wilson & Black's old stand.
O T T OK
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
THOMAS H. GAITHER,
COTTOM COKKISSIOK MXBCHAXT.
ILLIAMS 4 FINGER,
Have lust recerred a lot of TurkeTB and Chickens
which we offer at low prices. Come to WUUema ft
FmseraiM euF t&e Dest Famur Floor from toe
best mills. Wheat, Bran. Oats, Com and Heal,
Honey, Country Lard, Batter and Eggs. The best
Timothy and North Carolina Hay. cow and horse
teed ot the best quality. Sugar, Coffee. kc Coin
fjirnmenia soucnea ior au unas oi country produce.
ww ma&e prompt returns oi saies.
- decs .-
A HENDRIX, AGIST,
Comer Main and Blandlng Streets,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SDedal attention mid to eonsUmmente. Oulck
sales, and prompt returns guaranteed In every In
CHOICE NORTHERN -
A PPP PPP Jj EES RSSa
A A PPP PPP L . . EB BSSfi
AAA n ' n t a
A A P P LLLL EBB SSS8 S
Received every week.
SPLENDrp LINE Qg
Fine Teas, an grades, lust In. at
'fl4 . LeBOY DAVIDSON'S,
"JgLACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost by the barrel, bv
, LeROY DAVIDSON.
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES and CONFECTIONERIES '
In the city, at
I have now In store a full supply of Groceries and
Fresh Goshen Butter. New Buckwheat Flour.
A small store for rent
a M. HOWELL
WHOLEBAIJI AND RBTAH.
GBOCEBS and DEALERS In COUNTRY PRODUCE
ALSO, PROPRIETORS Of TEE
This house has been newly furnished and is kept tax
r- .' , M v -i 3-- ' .,- -
, x first-class style.
Terms; Per Day ....C... S 2 00
Tal)le Board, Per Month........ ...... -.v 18 00
I BTOmnlbua and Carriages ti ensftaiA.mMSiZ
BEN KIMBALLi Clerk. -
O TOP AT THE - -
BOYDEN . HOU8E
1! ..... - 1 , 1 '
:.:-,-..-:-'..-. . - '-"--,4
- SaasbmT,ir.C. -
".D vl. '--- ,
C 8. Browh, Proprietor. J
J ' ILato of the National Hotel, Balelgh.K
C S. Brown, JzT, Chief Clerk; W. O. Shelham As
M nn HSiani, ,, - ,
f . it THROUGH YBEIGHTBOUTE
This Lme beh ftuly eoulpped for bustnees,
r i i? i ii'-' I- . J 1 1 , -s ' usxT
Wilmington and an Northern and Eastern Cttiea to
; GreenvQle, Spartanburg, all Stations
11 11 ! ' r . Atlantic TCTUinfflMrt etiMo,
' " AsweQas romtam Georgia
Insurance and Bates guaranteed as Low as
A . .-1
' ' v InformaUoii famished
R W.CLARK,. '
" Oen. rrelght Agent, WDmtegton, C-
JB. J. EL MCADEN,
DBteeiar and i
Now offers to the trade a fun stock of
Lubln's Extracts and Colognes, , '
English Select phjes,
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
English, French and . ,
. . f
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both nlgnl and
Prescription Store. .
200 Barrels of
C WEST ft SONS'"
EXTRA Na 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, 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
burn. C. West ft Sons, Baltimore,
Da. J. EL MCADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE. N. C. '
SCABB ft CO.,
IP isggn ? si
V- -i x - . v
. HSAB THB POST-OFFICa,
Would respectfully Inform the public that they
have opened a retail and family Drug Store, near
the Post-Office, and sottctt the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Prescriptions and family recipes dispensed with
great care and pure Drugs. "'
Jan7 tf. ; : ; .'; '. -': '
TEACHERS WANTED. $50 to 1100 Or $200
per month, during the Spring and Bummer.
For full particulars address
J. C McCUBDY ft (XX,
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and wm positively cure
nine cases in ten. Information that will save
many lives sent free by mall. Boat delay a mo
ment Prevention Is better than cure. Sold every
where. La JOHNSON ft CO.. -'
! Bangor, Maine.
POROUS PLASTER. ' -' j
FOR 1 WOMEN AND CHILDREXT ' V
OR WOMEN AND CHILDRElN
j - . . . ...,,
Females suffering from pain and weakness wm
derive great comfort and strength from' the use of
Benson's Capclne Porous Plaster.. Where children
are affected with whooping cough, ordinary coughs
or colds or weak lungs. It is. the one and only treat
ment they should receive. This article contains
new medicinal elements such as Is found in no other
remedy in the same form. It is fax superior to
common porous plasters, liniments, electrical ap-
puances una utner- external remecues. u relieves
pain at once, strengthens and cures where ether
plasters will not even relieve.- For Lame' and
" mmmum, luniuinuoui.' j . ujacogg ttillt Oil
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
cents. , . , . i
o n s u m p t i o JN
-i - ' And an Disorders of the '
-..: THROAT; AN D ' L UN G S t;
'- , Permanently eared : j :
! "I'-fJ". ' .--.-- Si? .tlJ
DR. T. A. SLOCUM'S GREAT REMEDY" h
P P SI? Y. JT : O O H H n NN R R
Wf To TY O 'HHH n NNN! E:
r Takenlncouneuonwlthlus j f:-ji
' ?.n COMPOUND TKULSIoklGT , -J
Bi - " : i. . : i ,!;'. i
rn,co..iiTJB oiL J
.... . :. - .; . ; -:i.:s I
' v - and hypophosphltes ot '. ,
n - j.r; LIME AND SODA.') -1 .
r A FREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by
express to each suffering applicant sending their
name, P. O. and express address to Dr. T. A. 81o
eum, 181 Pearl street. New York. ,
JJiRESH ARRIVALS FOR SALE,. WANTED.-
10 boxes MwntAd "rioNiiMi: RhniM pIuyim. rw.
ter Craokers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap largest
lOo bars in the eHvr- t-,- . , ,
Also 1 fine aoich Cow and one medium (nail '
600 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED. 3
tto9ALj N. SMITH.
SPATCHLINJ , 1 ,
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.'
offers unequalled faculties for the Transportlon of
f f R " A.'t Z"' T I?" -V . 'm.r"
!!- rr.t.'T'r.V..l!..tva - 1
Charlotte. StatesvOle, AsherulejBatheifordtoB J-
and Western N, C Railroads,. --
FtTH'J i-i WiLt ''1' 1-A JJrtf' 4
Alabama and lflssl.ss1ppl.iurf
rta any Competing Llse, and Time as QulckA
upon application to -t:j , -.n
r lo Frt:a;.' '. 'it '-.It tn
H t"L'-l-t -VjiJiK Bt.-'sh tit
. , w ; wmmoody,
' SouthwesternFrelght Agent, Charlotte, N. C
' ft , ;-r,i .t ;fh HIM) K 'J c-MTTH
A STfENDJb? OtPOSTUNrTY ,
. i , i I ) .., :Jy.xtl
To win' v f?in4. EeetiCratJi, JWfltrlbutlon
, Class B, at New Orleaoa, Tuesday February
r: , lQi, 18305 IontWy rMrfng. r
: rWTUISUNA STATS LOTTERY COMPANY.
tls tnstutton -wee regularly tnoorporated by
Legislature of the State for Educational und
Sha5Wo purposes in 1868, with a capital of
f 1)000,000, to which it has sUtee added a Reserve
I?"4 iLCiSOOOOIts GRAND- SINGLENIIM
m& DISTkiBUTION LwlU take place monthly on
ttwndTuesaa. it neersoales or postpones.
Leek the following Wsaibutlon?'
l ' - ti .nx v:' -ii" ' .
i o v- - i CAPTTAX PRIZS, 'fSO.tOQ.
"c 1, ' Mi; ' "
100.W0 Tickets et Two DW&rs eeb. Half Tick-
LIST OF PRIZES tti'
i". -j; .VV" i .''
1 Capital Prize,5.. .
.l;Uapitat Prizes i
2 Prizes of $2,500..A. ,M ?
5 Prizes of 1,000..'..;.:.,?..-.:...
20 Prizes of . i. Knan: JL ..: .!.-
100 Prizes of l0O.v.v.i...u..ij..
luo Prizes of- . ,. ro0 . ......... ,......
iOO Prizes of ' ' '20.:..:.- .-: - .
1,000 Prizes 01 : vi0.a.J."",.ir..
APPROXIMATION PRIZES j
, 9 Approximation Prizes of $800.. .
9 Approxlmatlou Prizes of 200. .-. .
9 Approximation Prizes of 100..7..
1857; Prizes, amounting to,.k-,..u,J-i... $110,400
: . . ; .; r ';.;.; . j ;.:
i Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid.. , -h- a -a
Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to the Home Office In- New Orleans. , T .
Write, dearlr stating fuB address, for full inf or
mauon or send orders to 1 . -' -t' t
. ( M. A. DAUPHIN.
Postoffice Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
.." wra AzuBwuuHuy urawmgs are unaer
anl4- : r.-v .-pW?"
AH our Grand Extrtordin&ry Drawings are under
' BALTOMiti ", l .
Lelblg's Liquid Extract of beef and TonlO invlgor
ator, I take pleasure In rwommending it as an ex
cellent preparation, combining as it does food and
tonte In a remarkable way,' prijdqeing good blood,
health and strength: Sold by aU.Irugglsts.
Q.Ea C. WARE, . r-,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
P U B EST A P PLE! 0 1 SIB '
!..; r ERYlNEflAR.- - :., .
Sole Proprietor and Manutarturer of
287 to 295 W. Third St,
OILS SASSAFRAS .
. ... .!-.ii!4.-
'l AND PENNYROYAL
Of prime quality, bought in any quanlty, for cash
on delivery, free of brokerage, commissions,
i or storage expenses, by - , ,
. DRUGS,' ESSENTIAL' OILS, ft&
88 William St. .'.
A DAY to Agents canvassing for the - Fibs-
ujreoa jTi v. vau&xmi Augusta, Maine
OA Fancy Cards, Chromo, Snowflake. fta, no two
0J alike, with name, 10 cents,. M Mtnkler ft
Co, Nassau, N.Y. ,
J A MIXED CARDS, wiQi name '10dI Agents'
411 outfit lOfc.. X JONES ft 00 Nassau, N. Y.
OXr ADVERTISERS.-iend for Out Select List of
J. Local Newspapers. Sent free on application.
AAiresir GEOf Pf ROWELL, ft jfXX, lO gproce St,
O O V V AAA E 'OAAA K K E
"i t 1 j ,"' ni,"Y,i t "i'.':ft'l
r 1 1 -: -1 iw'coiaATE ft a'','w '
; ;.; ,; ' COLGATE C0S :-,.- I
1 saves, Waste
J ""If!! r it
FOR LAUNDBY USE.
. j The undersigned is now preparedjto fill an orders
for every class of Undertaking. ' Bering on hand a
fun assortment of AL 0 , '
iXJjrjrUia, - vASXETS AND BURIAL CASES,
.j'..') jBocn. wood and aieteae. :i- ;r .
;:-; .f v n"-is
li . 5 '.. ; J "EJCIS A3 14?W.AS Un-l'-h'l.
Hearses . famished , If . desired. ;
Furniture f. every Deserlpttpn.Eenalred at shor ;
.i' notice j vj 'J
V- ' W. M. WILHZLM,
' - With E. G. Rogers, Trade BtreeV
June 2a - ,