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LOCAL aXTELU(iECE. I
SATURDAY, EEBRtTAItY 8, 1879, I
The following table shows the running of passeri,
get trains to and from Charlotte, on all the rail,
roads (Washington time); jy, .J f " I
A ' BICHMOND AHVILLB. ? 1 "
Arrives from Richmond and Goldsboro, 1.00 a. m
Leaves for ' i'SX?
Arrives from Ridimond........ 100 -
Leaves for ' 6.5op.m.
ATLAHTA CHARLOTTE AIR-LINK.
. Arrives from Atlanta;. 6W P; 5
k Leaves for Aaanta,...,-,-- ia6Ss
cHABtorre, Colombia AuausrA.
Arrives from Augusta,
Leaves for Augusta, .
Arrives from Augusta, . ...
Leaves for Augusta,
Arrives from Wilmington..).
Leaves for Wilmington, .......
Arrives from Shelby,
Leaves for Shelby,
8.10 a. m.
1.00 a. m.
11.27 a. m.
7.29 p. m.
6.00 a. m.
5.00 p. m.
7.00 a. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE OHIO,
A rrives from .Statesvflle - 5.30 p. m.'
Leaves for StatesvlUe b .7.00 a. m
CnARLOTTK POST OFFICE.
- Money Order Department,.. 9.00 a. m.
Registry Department, . .9.00 a. m.
Gen'lDellv'yAStamD Dept.. 8.00 a. m.
5 00 p m
e!oo p! mi
" : r . , ; " .. ; .8.80 p.m. 8.45 p. m.
tW On Sunday the General Delivery, and Stamp
Department will be open from ,0.00 a. jn. to 10.00
n-!lHK')Jit6 titu U :!?uOPENB.vI.'. . CLOSES.
Danville 4 Charlotte R. It.v' 8.00 aVm. 5 9.00 p. m.
..;,. - 11.15a.m. 6.00p.m.
Charlotte 4 Atlanta R.R.: '8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
" " ft Augusta R.R.,.' 8.30 p.m. 1000 a.m.
Wllm'n 4 Charlotte R.R.,. 8.30 p.m. 5.00 a.m.
Charlotte 4 Shelby R.R.... 5.80 p.m. 6.00 a.m.
ft States vllle, 6.30 p. m. 6.00 a. m.
fW Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at
5.00 p. m., and Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m. - . y
p. m., ttiiu ruutija ai i.uu a, iu..
Office Chief. Signal. ajfficbk.
?. M. )
Washington, Feb. 7. 7 50 P.
For the South Atlantic States, north
erly eqstejrly.fWicicai,. , partly cloudy
Weather, ana hear the coast light rains,
stationary or slight -rise! -in barbnieter,
and during Saturday, a slight rise in
temperature ' 5;
!:'. y; i .ri' : ill) ;.: mi..
Ijocal Itepurt for Yesterday.
' 7 A. M. 2 P. m! ! 9 p!m
ii 140 '-I
' ' 6 -
Highest temperature' 47 deg:; lowest 38.
, WBATHEB BEPOBT, FEBRUARY 1, 420 P. U.
siOatioQa. , Barom Th- Wind. VeL i; Weather.
Atlanta, v 30.18 49 N. 3 Cloudy.
Augusta 80.34 49 N. E. 8 Cloudy.
Charleston, 80.26 48 N.E. : 12 Cloudy.
Charlotte,.. 30.20 46 E. 3 Fair.
. Corslcana,. 3025 53 X. , 9 . Clear.
Galveston,. 30.26 49 N. E. 2 Hazy,
ladlanola,.. 80.26 51 N.W. , 6 ; Clear.
Jaekson'Ue, 80.16 54 H. 8 Cloudy.
Key West,.. 80.06 80 S. E. 10 Hazy.
Mobile,. 30.21 52 N. 11 Cloudy.
Montgom'y, 30.22 63 N.W. 6 Pair.
N. Orleans. 30.v0 53 N. 8 Cloudy.
Punta Rasa; 80.07 70 a . , H Cloudy.
Savannah..: 30.21 50 E. 6 Cloudy.
8t Marks.. 80.16 53 N. E. 15 Cloudy.
Havana. ... 30.C7 84I&E. 2 Cloudy.
ICate Claxton to-night.
The young folks had quite a pleasant
german at the Assembly, rooms last
An important meeting of the Caro
lida Fair Association is to be held on
the 18th inst. .. - ;-
The Hornet's Kest Eiflemen did not
appear yesterday afternoon according
to appointment. Too muddy ; ;
. A citizen of Paw Creek claims that not
a single inhabitant of that township has
made a chattle mortgage this y$ar,'
Another smalr- levr-wasTnade oiithe
Smith & Foxb, gjOods yesterday under
a. magistrate's' exepution,' tte6 judgment
being about $300. .aiATssa cl
The theatrical companies, those 6fat
have come and gone and those yet to
come, still constitute the chief topic of
sidewalk discussion ' i '
A considerable portion of our space
to-day is taken up with an account of
the interesting ceremonies in the inau
guration of Gov. Jarvis. See outside
page. Is'w " ' !
The Ra'eigh News is requested by
Gov. Vance to say that from and after
next Wednesday, he. will be at his home
in Charlotte, where correspondents will
please address him.
A party a few days ago made a corner
on eggs in this city. He bought up all
on the markel; shipped; them to
Augusta and made 33 per cent on is
investment. "." "
The proprietor of the Central Hotel
and some of his friends enjoyed a box
of fresh tomatoesv'just froto Xbe( Ber-f
nmda Islands, yesterday; and this on
the 6th of February. iflZ .... :
Complaint is' "made that' the regula
tions in regard to cotton cutting pnthe
streets are not enforced. Farmers say
they are greatly annoyed by tlie persis
tency of some of the cutters;-'"' ! -11
Property sold remarkably well at the
sale of the effects of the late Sam'l Berry-
hill, in BerryhiU township, on Wedrtes-i
day. Corn brought 75 cents per bushel;
and stock sold in' the same"" proportion,
Mendelsshdft club, played ' and sang
charmingly in the parlor of the Central
Hotel, yesterday morning, by request
of the ladies in the hotel. , . j
A South Carolina' negro" came to the
city two days ago, stole towels; from an
old woman, was tried day before yester-i
day , and sentenced to pail, and oef ores
another month will be in the peniten-;
tiary or on the railroad!.4 KJ j :i j
The law requires liquor dealers vto'
m ake a rsemMMiraal retumof ; thBlr;
purchases toiihejj-egisjer of deeds, on
which they are taxed 5 per cent ; JNine
returns have l)een pi ade, amounting w
only S253 ; yet tnere are those wha-as-l
sertthata large amount of liquor ; isi
Knld in nhnrlnttAT'" " : r
orriccm f the Grangre.
A special dispatch, from, Jialeigh; to;
the Wilmington Sun says that in Thurs-s
dav's session j of 'J the estate ; Grangej
Col. W, H. Cheek,. of Jarrenreounty,
was elected master ; ' T)r. D. A. MontJ
5 ornery, of Alamance county, overseer;;
. E. 'Parter,--of -EdgeOTmbe--cotlfity,!
secretary ; t Dr, JXi Mpi iBenbow, of:
raanoh?rA(4:Miaififlr. ThRtift-fft. annual
meeting will be at Charlotte on Jhe. first ;
a uesuay in x euruairj, xoou. . t
A Superior fjotjof Cottofif.,')
Mr. J. L. Brothers yesterday sold in
this market a very superior lot of : cot
ton, tt beiicr fltelifebale&nofsthe Pierce
variety. He received for it 9.80 round
a better price thin tho fcame amount,
of the vstaph;ha8. 4wmmandedien-tms
in hi &c iui a lung tiui i'LinJvi "iv
Brothers'was assured that if thejppttonf
had I been somewhat cleaner' it woMi
have commanded 10 cents.-; He, raised
it on his farm in Sharon township, and!
srew tne eigne iaia ont HZWwreu v..
and. This production marks Mr.SJ
Brothers a first-class farmer.
- . Itlarrlaire. u -".
-ii; Miss- iClaxton r and her company; who
Hie -w-sppear in tne opera nouse xo
might;; played in -Baltimore Jan'y.thv
uud, received, the following notice -from
the" American? -J - i -i - w .na
,ni'endalle and. ila general performance
excellent Th-audien?ei wa i uu Iato-a
nl ,iwas ttinusually apprecative
fediawAng,! minou and', maj.or spointa in
tha drama frora, the first scene : tt 'the
last with ever? mark of keen 1 nri!
interest, a ne DiaY-t,is a, rond
fone,and morethan this,thedramatization
peen -surprisingly successful.0 The
action Is uniform and well snsrAinprf
the salient points of the story are well
and fprcihly .brought out. and the char
actersr are clearly Otitlinediand vividly
portrayed. The emotional becomes once
or twice almost but not quite sensation
al, but comedy bits are interspersed all
the way through, and the effect of the
whole is. more, than . satisf actory. The
ejennesspf the .whole rendering was
charmingly Commendable. Nb One char
acter was too prominently brought for
ward, but each dovetailed with the oth
er iis appropriately as refreshingly.
Miss Claxton's Josephine was finely
played. She has, above all other mer
its; a pathos of voice, of gesture, and of
i t':wial tYnracmn f hnf. aimAul mcf
strongly to the feelings of the audience
in a play pf .this character. The Dujar-
ly, naturally, and hence admirably play
ed. He is possessed of a remarkably
attractive,, jstage, appearance, and re
minds one at times of the most pleas
ant of Rignold's parts, and also upon
occasion of the delicate and refined
touches. , that Montague w well -knew
how to give." j
Mrg, Henrietta, Chaufrau is the daugh
ter of a PhiladelDhia merchant She was
born in 1841, and is widely esteemed as
rennea iauiesimwwaye ever aaornea
-the stage. She is .the wife of -an emi
nent comedian, Mr. Fmnk S. Chanfrjau;
and handsomest of American cou
ples. The Quintette) club left, yeaterday at .
noon lor uoiumDia, where they will
Appear to-night. They WereTth$ tecipi-4
ents ,ot many hanasome !0Hipiiments
by citizens who heard their superb con
cert'''0'' ' ' ''i- ' - '' ''' '.I
Mr. George Kignold who; played so
acceptably to our people, two years ago,
is ntW in Melbourne, Australia where
he has been successful in Henry V.
Thornes' comedy company is to play
in Statesville, and i will probably pass
through Charlotte , Monday afternoon;
We understand that they intended to,
stop over and play for us, but lia,ve de---
ciaea not to tisk ic just aiier we, nave
had so many companies. )
As the Swedish Lady Quartet will
play Monday night for the benefit of
the Lee monument -fund, the flaembers
of the local military companies, will ap
pear in the opera house in full uniform
with side arms. It is' stated that the
opera house will also be decorated with
Charles Beade, has brought .a suit
against Miss Claxton to restrain her
from performing his play, "Double
Marriage," and also to recover $1,500
damages. The case has been taken to
the United States District Court but
this won't prevent-Miss Claxton from
presenting it to Charlotteans to-night.
It is understood that Mr. J. G. Pitcher
has concluded an arrangement with
the lessees of the Budisill mine for a
regular supply of ore for the. Brewster
reduction works, of whieh he is agent
Mr. Pitcher has also stated that his con
cern expects to erect reduction works
in Charlotte in the course of time. Such
an enterprise as this is acknowledged to
be the greatest need the mining interest
demands. Nothing would do more to
give life and energy to the business.
. Only sixty marchants have made a
return to the register of deeds of their
purchases for the six months ending
December, 3lst The 'register sent
around his final notice yesterday, call
ing upon delinquents to appear before
him with their books to show what they
hadbought from all dealers except whole
sale merchants in the State. On their
purchases they are required to pay a
tax of one-tenth of One per cent. The
law authorizes the register to take pro-
rpftdintrs ftrainst .all mprphanta whn
fail to make returns, and this officer in-1
formed a reporter, yesterday, thathe f
would be compelled within the next
few days to appear before a magistrate
and take out papers against the delin
quents to compel them to attendjto the
matter.' The list ought to have been in
the hands of , the sheriff for colloction
long before this.
Cases from Neighboring Counties In
the Supreme Court. '
. In the Supreme Court, Wednesday, all
the justices present, the following cases
were called from the eighth district:
T. G. "Walton vs. W. W. Walton et al.,
from Burke; argued. R. F, Armfield
and G. N. Folk for the plaintiff, fihd
Hinsdale & Devereux for defendants.
A. J. Corpening vsj A. Kincaid et aW
from Burke Continued.
G. ; Halyburton et aL, vs. John Car-j
soh, executor, from McDowell; argued.
No counsel for the plaintiff, Gilliam &
Gatling and John Gray Bynum for de-j
M. I. Simonton vs. Roxanna Simonton,!
executrix, from , IredelL Argued on
motion to dismiss by R. F. Armfield for1
plaintiff, and M. I McCorkle and G. Ni
Folk for the defendant
State vs. Whitson Waller et aL, from
CatawbaT Argued by Attoruey-Geiieral
Kenan for the State, and M. L. McCor
kle and Will G. ( , Burkhead jfoi; the de-;
fendants. . ',.. ' :; ' " ' '
V John Redman et aU vs. S. Pi Graham
and wife,' from Catawba. Argued byi
R; P.' Armfield for ; tte plaintiflv and MJ
Xi McCorkle contra. i'--- -i v w k i
nailrad Notes. " " '" " " " ' : '
-A-change of schedule on" the through :
lines is anticvpateasneruy, nut tne par-;
ticulars are not yet known.
- About all the sict railroad
ilroad men: are:
i Virginia Mia-:
acain on their feet. -
It is reDorted that the Virginia
land RaiCrbad will again, put on double :
aaiiy trains soon, tnus . re-estauusning'
a popular through line" from North, to
South,1 YiaCharlotte.1! ' , v 1 ' ;
Columbia Registers T,Ihe merchants ;
complain that the railroad freights, as:
now Charged, have theffect of serious-?
IyinjuTinge"tradeorXoTumbia: "" " :
Col Tr JWL R Talciott, gereraltsupeiin-;
tendentfr'J.'R."Machiurdo, general pas-
Benger and ticket agent Richmond and ;
eral manager, Atlanta s and Charlotte!
Air-Line Railway, have gone to , New,'
Orleans to attend, a convention, wnicn
was to" have meti there: iThursday to
malra ftrrantrpmpnts rfilativp. to .rates
for the' return ofmigranUtthp,1
nortneast.- lj,-. ,r
' The Richmond and Danville1 Railtoad
has changed the method .of payingriti
engineer?. In tead of receiving salaries
they aie now paid according to the mi
leage made per month, and the priceat
;Which the jpnileage Is fixed. amounts . to
'a'redufction iri'the pay .ofi most: of them.
The t bill. crrantim? a ' charter- to the
Raleigh and Augusta Air-Line Railroad;
to ' Charlotte," came up in thei-Legisl-;
tureTnesdaybut owing to. the absence
of several members who :are especially;.
in it, all action in the matter-
was postponed, and the bill :was
the special order for ;Tuesday, .nextr. at
II o'ejopk; V X: "' ' .. , YA
W jnlr m n n raft 4 .
says that A. 8. Henderson, of Gaston
county, oanKxupt on tne petition ora ms
creditors, has applied to the. court for a
final discharge. SA' meeting will be held
,bef ore ThomasrBJKeogh,lEsq, register,
at Charlotte, on the 20th day of Febru
ary, at 10 o'clock, a. ttu when and where
i persons interested will attend .and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the petition should aoti)e -granted.
inawontt Banquet. ,r y'1''' s ;: "f-i 6
- The Royal Arch Masons of Charlotte
.had a very enjoyable banquet in Ma-i
sonic' Temme last night: andwere ad-
dxessed iaceordingto appointment Jiist
be tore the, supper, at th jsuggestion of
one of ' the members: a' cbllectibh was
taken iup. for tlie benefit ' ofl the- Oxford
I orphan, asylum, and.the'sum of $13 was
reinnanlBofB the fJeastisufBcient to
,fill several baskets, were placed in the
hands of a- committee to' be distributed
among the poor of the city. : ! "
; ! ! h
A Irian WhoKe "Word1 is Wertb Soinee
The Atadson ,(Wisconsin Ihmocrdt,
of reoenttdjne, saysr h i ; l ;
"Among ,?the recent Jlorthern settlers
m -ana around Ohaflotte; mC who
have testified to their kind reception in
the Southland to the quietness prevails
ing among all classes ; ift tha region, ! is
W. J. F. Liddell, now an iron manufac
turer af-Ghfarlotte. J He i' wilFlie remera-.
bered by. many of. the sipizemM -Madii
son as a resident here ten years ago,'
removed from Madison to Depere, as a
supposedfibeer manufacturing point
The.single. assertion of such, a man is
worth more than -the 'brawling of a
whole, xegiment.f interested -Northern
partizan officenseekers, hungry for place
m; j i. xl.
mining' Notes7 Ti?: '""
..: The mining board- met ' lastanicht at
the oflice of Gen. Thos. F. Drayton Mr,
uiarence m. isueii, or JVew Orleans.
iWs elected an honorary member. 'i i; i
TTaTinn Vino n -C. n
a trip North and reports great interest
inT mines and mining investments ; but
mofepersonsbavetneir attention direc
ted, ,to Leadville District as there are
ho facilities South for extracting - the
goid fnmr- theOTe7ulfflcTiltywhich'
... There will be a special meetingnf the,
miningJioard of thisidtyi nexfc Friday
night, at which time officers for the en
suing year 'will be elected Borne stem
, taken to, , secure, the. appointment of a
mimug ixjmuuasioner. roc me .ooutn
Atlantic Stalm": nd; jother 'important
,uu3j.ues vansauseq. - it iSi,jiopea tnat
aii or tue memoers or :im aboara
attend this meeting. ni '
ltfarrla e, of a .Htlssionar y from Nor t h
Carolina.'- .,, ki,h- .-A
Rev. J. W. Davis, of the Presbyterian
church, who left his home in Salisbury in
September, 1874, to enter upon the mis
sionary 'work in China, was married
about six weeks ago in the city Of Soo
Chow, to a daughter of another, mis
sionary, sent out by the Northern Pres
byterian church. Owing to the great
distance "Of the field of his present la
bors, his friends have but recently
heard of, the happy event They will
be pleased, also, to know that he is one
of the most zealous and successful
workers in the cause of the Chfigtfan
religion, and is fully meeting the ex
pectations that his high talents and en
ergy justified. He graduated at David
son College in 1869 or 70 with the high
est nonors of his class, and took an
equally creditable stand at Union Theor
logical Seminary, where he completed
the course of preparation for his ministe
rial work. A personal friend of his in
this city has just received a well execu
ted photograph of the missionary .taken
a few months ago in Soo Chow, from
which it appears that he is in good
health and is very little changed in ap
pearance. : i
' i i i -At j
The Thorne comedy company played
here three nights this week to good
houses, aHd we are to have the Swedish
lady vocal quartet Saturday night.
While the tight-rope man was
walking the rope the other day,
a brick fell from the top of
a tall building full upon the head
of a little darkey with no other result
than to scare him badly. It would have
killed a white man instanter. !
The mining interest is looking up
here very decidedly. Different compa
nies are now working the Snider &
O'Neill and Davis Mountain mines, on
a large scale, and. . the Yadkin mine;
which is a very -Valuable one,is now be-j
ing pumped out with a -view to. the
erection of extensive works -for work-'
ing the intractable snlphuret ores of
this section, by .the new chlorinization
Process. - - --; 1
Business is better for the season than
it has been for some years past and our
business men are f nopef ul of better
times: - Fewer chattel mortgages were
made last; year by farmers j than has
been eommon-of late yearsj-and -consequently
jtheix .money is their, own, on
the sale -'of their crops. "T ' " "
The stock law will be passed by the
present Legislature for the benefit Of
Rowan; -if our .legislators heed- the
wishes of a large majority. ' p
- ; ' mm r' i t'i ;
A Charlottean's Speech Before the In
ternal ImproTenients Committee.
. The following appears in Thursday's
issue o the' Raleigh Mftos, above the
signature of 'M": "Col. it P.iWaring's
speech before the committee on intr-i
nal improvements' on Tuesday evening,1
was one of, unusual eloquence, power;
and aDiiy.i:it was markea ail through
with comprehensiveness of grasp and
copiousness of illustration, and it glo w
ed with the'warmest love for his sec-
tion and burned with a just State prideJ
Cautious and kind in its reference ltol
the fair city by the sea,; it- was atithe
same time incisiye land withering Hiifs
denunciation of that exclusiyeness tlit
would build up one section- at the ex
pense of another. 'T He showed that the
so-called State system had been broken
to pieces since the North Carolina road
was tapped at Greensboro by the Rich
mond & Danville connection, and urged
that any legislation or withholdingof J
legislation with reference to that sys
tem would prove a most disastrous
abortion. J3u.tvati.is impossible to refer
in detail to the many strong points in
Col. Waring's speech Trt 4 .
"The interest of Mfecklehbnrg "County
and of western North -Carolina were'
5ertainlyably; represented, and Meck
lenburg may well be proud of her gal-!
lant old Senator , The duties he came
here to perform " in the : Jhterest 'of his :
section of the State have been ably and
successfully performed.'' i
I am now latetelpt ot a large lot of the celebra
ted STUDEBAXEB WAtiONS. aU sizes, which
will be sold on reasonable terms. ' i
6i.i& EXBLT, '.
ii tiitt HUitmiM -MU.n9.if-' .-.( a.3.-J;. ::,j-l
and supply ywn elf with the best wagon out
.J : T. H. GATXHEB.
,.,100, 8 tf. ' - t t
thrcrtotte bSmES? nd
There will be a meeting of the Stockholders of
-una ivoan Association. C
irane. Secretarr. on Thnm-
the roims of r. e. Cochrane
dar erening, February 13th, 1879,at seven o'clficfc
full attendance is requested. .
. - v , . ' B. E. COCHRANE. ' '
' Fab, 2r-td. -. J-v ,?t, Sec'y and Treas.
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Une was strongly recommended to me by a friend'
who had been much benefited by its use. I pro
cured the article, and, after using several bottles,
was restored to health, and discontinued Its use. I
feel quite confident that there is no medicine su
perior to it for those comp taints for. which it Is es
pecially prepared, and would cheeerfuuy recom
mend it to those who feel that they need some-
uungo restore mem perfect health;
U. L. PETTmOrLT..
Firm Of 8. M. Pettlnglll 4 Co.,
, No. 10 State styeet, Boston.
ALL HAVE 0BTAXNE2) BELIEF.
South Berwick, Me., Jan. 17, 1872.
H. R. Stevens, Esq.:
' Dear Sir I have had dyspepsia m its worst form
for the last ten years, and have taken hundreds of
dollars' worth of medicine without obtaining any
relief. In September last I commenced takhur the
ers in this place taking Tegettne, and all have ob-
THOMAS E. MOORE,
Overseer Card Rooms Portsmouth Co.s' Mills.
H. B. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
VegeUne Is sold by all Druggists.
TEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
-D B . C . H e LANE'S-
n l h
U IXLL LLLL "BB S
11 XJ Jj d o
FOB THS CUES OT
HEPATITIS, OB LIVER COMPLAINT,
-DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.-
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Pain In the Tight side, under the edge of thfe ribs.
Increases on pressure ; sometimes the pain is in the
left side the patient is rarely able to lie on the left
side; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder
blade, and it freauentlv extends to the ton of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for rhenma-
uiuu air mo tuin. tHuiirava is WR9C(a Wiul
loss of appetite and sickness;, the bowels In gener
al are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the
head is troubled , with pain, accompanied with a
dull, heavy sensation In the back Dart There is
generally a considerable loss of memory, accom
panied with a painful sensation of having left un
done something: which oueht to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant The
patient complains of weariness and debility; be is
easily startled, bis feet are cold or bunting, and be
complains of a prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are lowt and although he is satisfied that ex
ercise would he beneficial to him. ret he can saaroe.'
ly summon up fortitude enough to try it In fact
he distrusts every remedy. Several of the above
syirrptowg attend the disease, but cases have oc-
isurwcrwhere few oi them existed, yet examination
tthe-body, after death, has shown .the Liver to
nave peen extensively deranged. :
: : AGUE AND FEVER.
r DrI C. McLanes Liver Pills, in cases of Acme and
'Fever, when taken with Quinine, are productive of
3H most happy results. No better cauiartlc can be
eo preparatory to, or alter taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted with this disease
to give them a fair trial.
purgative, they are unequalled. . .
:'x ' BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
v-rut. 1 .-i ?i . : : -
The eenmne are never nrar pfiatnA ...
'"'Every box has a red wax seal on the lid: with the
-Impression Dr. McLabb'sLiteb Pills. -;i
;j. The genuloe MoLamb's Livkr Ptllb bear the
tsiyuiuurcs vi .v. lvjuaij5 ana jlemuis chum, uu
the wrappers. ' '
insist upon havmg the geirame Dr. a Mclakx's
Ltvxb Pills, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pitts
bunr. Pa the market beine full of imitaOnnR of
'the name McLANE, spelled differently but same
pronunciation. . '
4ieczi , ,v...., ..iiiiwj'i 1 -
..MERCHANT TAILOR, -!'-
Next door to WllsOri 4 BurwelTs drug store,-
-,.decl8:. i u - - '
. j i i i ..I. i i ii r .i i 1
'i'a'i vM.t . "
...i! PRACTICAL TAILOR, -Jl
Holton'iBufldlng, Trade Street, TTp: Stalm, ' .'5;
Owing to the stringency of the times I win In fo-
tire work very cneap. wui make fine suits for
10, Cassimere suits forS8. Pants of suits same
rates. -1 guarantee all my work mo fit, no charge.
Give me a call and be convinced; iv,.
July 17. - ' -li
NOTICE TO FARMERS 111. , Y - ,T , ; s s
-t;l', hp i 21 jK:! a ;h;'1
am prepared to STORE COTTON m my fire proof
tarlldine-jiflier In basement or m the fltstn seas
oM floor-M vffltglra'irajBhoose reoelptsbn
wtdcli you eaa daw money tf desired, - .
- Charges jnoderate.
C.- i . r j, v THOMAS H. GAITHXB, -
VBOCSBiES C3HEAPEB THAN EVER.
. ; -.tz :
NEW GOODS I
"NEW FEATURES f
- 3ome to me for Bacon, Corn, Sugar,1 Coffee, Mo
lasses, and other Famftv Groowle. ..-
Jwt received, few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da-
Also a line lot of Country Hams. I sell for eash.
i All goods delivered In the dtr free of charges :
, ... W. H, CBJMMINGER, . '
- J ' - Trade Street, t
Next door below WHson & Black's old stand,
ap lfiVj.'u; ' ; ."! Ui'Vj'y hi y : ;-1 -j irl1.
T T O N -. . . ... . ; j
-ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SQLICTrXD--
, BT ' .. ." .V
' ' . ' f ' : '. ' , ' ' "
i . ; THOMAS H. GAITHXB,
i i' .'ii-! : hiiij - :'
COTTOH COMM 1SSIOK UlHCBlHT.
.' octl2 " ' . '.' : .' .
TLLIAMS 4 FINGER,
Have Just received a lot of Turkeys and Chickens
which we offer at low prices. Come to Williams 4
Finger and 'buy the best Family Flour from the
best mills.:; Wheat, Bran,. Oats, Com and Meal,
Honey. Oormta Lard, Butter and Eggs. The best
Timothy and North Carolina Hay, cow and horse
feed of the best oualitv. 6uear. Coffee. Ac. Con
signments solicited for all kinds of country produce
wiu maas prompt returns oi sales.
'. dec5 - :
J A. HENDRIX. AGB3JT,
" T GBOCEB
GROCER ' "
, ;,(.", amd :
-3omei Man and Blanding Streets, -
COLUMBIA, a C.
-.' :(-:. :
Special attention paid to consignments. Quick
sales, and prompt returns guaranteed in every in
stance. . JanlOlmeod
CHOICE NOBTHERN -
A PPP PPP
AA P P P P
A A PPP PPP
AAA P P
A A P P
u r. Di OOq
LLLL BEB S8SS Z
Received every week.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
Fine Teas, all grades, Just In, at
jgLACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost by the barrel, by
rpHEBEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES and CONFECTIONERIES
In the city, al
WHOLESALE AMD BET Am
GROCERS and DEALERS In COUNTRY PRODUCE
ALSO, PBOPB1XTOBS Of THE
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been newly furnished and is kept in
first class style.
Terms, Per Day S 2 00
Table Board, Per Month. . In 00
t-Omnlbus and Carriages at every train..tQ
FIELD BROTHERS, Proprietors
TOP AT THE
" ' " Salisbury, N.(
. ; C 8. BbjOwk, Proprietor, ',i
-,, tLate of the National Hotel, Raleigh. B -, ; -C.
S. Brawn, Jr Chief Clerk; W O. Shelbura As
.4. . ... HIWtniHi j
. dec 80 -J '
2Q BARRELS WHITE AND RED , j - ,
" " 1 -l-ONIONSETTSr -i' t ' !
. Fresh, . d..'i '"WILSON" JTORWELL.1
IQQ BUSHELS FRESH CLOVER SEED.. ";" ;
' Also'Orchard Grass) Blue Grass, and Luceme, r
i t o v -jost received by "v 1 v."- f1'
, n i ' " . . i. . jxson BTJBW1XL.'
TTJE are the agents for HE-NO TEA in this city.
vv ,andaskC4ff friends to fitre It a trial. If not
satb f jctory we will cheerfully take It back and re
fund the money. . . - ,
' Agents for Charlotte, N. a
7fJ :' 'iM i : J. P4BQLTJU CXNTBAL
W ' l THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
rt m j zi.il ii io n v.-YlU i -
This Line being- fully equipped fw .business,
Freight from -' i.-su4 -
wnrnington and an Northern and Eastern Cities to
i n -vi-aieeiivm
sr;'-u'-fv-: as weD, as points to GeorgU
U'i'i.'iiH ;;'.'? ' l iif 'M t.i'Jj ji -,
' Insurance and Bates guarameed as Low as
.":.! ; :;:; .: n:- 1.'
U! .'. J 2 i H i ;.ry, -jii.; -. i
- nr'M iw
;; 'v, ,G4n, freight Agent, WErnmgton, N. C,
!.;.; " Vhi: j j: Kl.Jiyr.i t yxi I' .if
DBUGSErf AKD CBXKXSI,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubln's Extracia mtfClbgbes, 1
' . . -); i : ! '.. ' I" : . :
, . English Select pices, ,v
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. McADEN'S I
' ECURITT !
200 Barrels of
C. WEST 4 SONS'
EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from a West 4
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 4 Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. McADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SCABS 4 CO.,
xbab the post-office,
Would respectfully Inform the public that they
have opened a retail and family Drag Store, near
the PostOffice, and solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Prescriptions and family recipes dispensed with
great care and pure Drugs.
TEACHERS WANTED. $50 to $100 or $200
per month, during the Spring and Summer.
For full particulars address
J. C. McCURDT 4 OX,
Johnson's Anodyne Liniment will positively pre
vent this terrible disease, and will positively cure
nine cases in ten. Information that will save
many lives sent tree by mail. Don't delay a mo
ment Prevention Is better than cure. Sold every
where. La JOHNSON 4 CO..
g EN SON'S CAPCLNE
FOR WOMEN AN CHILDREXT
OR WOMEN AND CHILDRSlN
Females suffering from Dam and weakness will
derive great comfort and strength from the use of
Benson's Canclne Porous Plaster; Where children
are affected with whooping cough, ordinary coughs
or colds or weak lungs, tt is the one and only treat
ment they should receive. This article contains
new medicinal elements sucn as is iouna in no otner
remedy in the same form. It is far superior to
common porous plasters, liniments, electrical ap
pliances ana otner external remeoies. u relieves
pain at once, strengthens and cures where other
plasters will not even relieve. For Lame and
Weak Back, Rheumatism, Kidney disease and all
local aches ana sains, tt is also the best known
remedy. Ask for Benson's Capctne Plaster and
take no ether. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25
OentS. . - . -;; -j ,
CO N; S U M P T I O -T
O N S U M P T I O IN
And all Disorders of the
THROAT AN D ,1 U KG 5
DR. T. A. SLOCtjM'S GREAT REMEDT
PPP bSS. T V tXXJ H H n KIT K EBB
P rHt I O OH H n WW If B
PPP BSa TT. O HHH n WWW EB
P VTT T O O H , H H K Kit B
p SggB f OOO H H H H KB BBS
: Taken In conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION 'OF
!'P,U BE' C O D j L I V E R 0 I L
- j and hypophoephltes of ' 1 '
( LIME AND SODA. I ;, .
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. 61o
eum, 181 Pearl street. New Tork. . . ' v . . .
i 'A: i QXistzllmxcfmSm ,
THRESH ARRIVALS, FOB SALE, WANTED. ' '
A? , , ,r , f j
- 10 boxes assorted Candles, 5 boxes choice Oys
ter Crackers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, largest
10c bars in the elty. - -
Also 1 fine Milch Cew and- one medium quail
Cow with young calf, for sale low. ; j . rt--a -n i
t 600 dozea PARTRIDGES WANTED. .. '
- dec2 - ' Bk M. SMITH. ' ,
i...Mii.-...i.Mui.niX)i.i...a.j;, a i.-.i
NORTH CAROLINA.- u.. --. ,
TO ILL POINTS SOUTH; ; U tjjsj
0ffeiimieoAiaIledfalllt2eafor the TraasporOon of
Chartotto, Statesvflle, AshevuTe, BnllierfordtoB
on the Atlanta 4 Richmond AhLtoe,4 ,
AlabamasaMlsaisal8' - -'
i ; '.'' '.:-:-.:-i--j. .vJi t . ..
via any Competing Line, and Ttrne uQakki fl
-'. 'i:' ' Hls-'-M' '' ' - ''A
..-'. .- :S '
upon application to ;i iiU'H-i1
:-.:.,:- Of .1 -u .'f .7 .r.ull (u ti
-r. : V, . -i'V-. s ' "'tt'-
,, , - i!f- , :.)' "S-ii-J
.) -,' V iln-.iMM-.i ; WM. A.KOODTi
, : Southweetora Freight Agent, CSiariott, N.C
. -t : ; ..ii :-iit'ji tx -tr
i :';'. i oi Agent a' C Railway Charlotte.
T OUISIANA STATE LOTTERY. '.--
' ""1 8PLKNDID OITOBTUNTtt. 1
To win a fortune. Second Grand tMstfTbotton
Class B, at New Orleans, Tuesday, February
- 110vl87-105th Monthly Drawing.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
.Thls InsUtutton was regularly mcorporated by
liensuuure oi me state ior ducaaon&l and
Carltable purposes In 1868, with a capital of
$1,000,000, to which It hasslnce added a Reserve
Fund et $350,000.- Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on
the second Tuesday. It never scales or postpones.
Look at the following distribution;
"CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars eachjT jiaalf Tick
ets, One DoOar '- " V
LIST OF PRIZES! i '
1 Capital Prize.. ....
1 Capital Prize, .:
1 Capital Prize. . . . . .
2 Prlresof S2.500.,.. 6.000
-5 Prizes of 1,000 '..,..-..;;. 5,000
- .20 Prize of. 600 ..:.V. lOiOOO
lOOPrJtesbf 100... 10000
gOOPWzeaof ... ,60, .........10,000
500 Prise of"1 20 10,000
lOOfltaMOt 10 ... .. v........ 10,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES t
9 Approximation Prizes of f3i
v .approximation rnzes 01 a
0 Approximation Frizes of 1
1867 Prizes, amounting to.
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at an
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid. . ,
ADDllcatlon for rates to chiba should onlr be, mflla
to the Home Office in New Orleans.
Write, clearly stating fuB address, for full Infor
mation or send orders to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Postofflce Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under
the supervision and management of GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A, EARLY
Janl4 - '
JpROM DR. & W. HUNTER,
BALTIMORE, M D.
Having beeotWI familiar with Colden
Leibig's Liquid Extract of beet and Tonic Invlgor
ator, I take'pleasure In recommending it as an ex
cellent preparation, combining as it does food and
tonic In a remarkable way, producing good blood,
health and strength. 8o!d by all Druggists.
QEO. C. WARE,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
CIDER TINEGAB. .
Sole Proprletbf and Manuf&cturef of
E B. CONDIT'S TABLE SAUCE,
287 to 295 W; Third St, CINCINNATI, 0.
AND PENNTROt At
Of prime Quality, bought In any auanlty. for cash
on delivery, free of brokerage, commissions,
or storage expenses, by
DODGE 4 OLCOTT.
Importers and Exporters of
DRUGS, ESSENTIAL OILS, SCO.
88 William St.......... ........ ........New York
A DAT to Aents eanvasstng fortbe "FttB
Rnti Viwmn " Tama mnA ftnHH tmm AA
dress P. O. TICXERY, Augusta, Maine.
Fancy Cards, Chromo, Snownake, 4c, no two
alike, with name. 10 cents. J. Mlnkler 4
Co, Nassau, N. Y.
MIXED CARDS, with name 10c. . : Agent'
outfit 10c. L. JONES 4 CO.. Nassau. N.Y.
rpo ADVERTISERS. Send for our Select List of
X Local Newspapers. Sent free on application.
Address GEO. P. BO WELL 4 CO.. 10 Spruce St.
New York. .-,-.;
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8oo V ML HIXSh
COLGATE 4 CCS
COLGATE 4 CCS
8i P! S 8i P!
"""saves-waste 'f :
: FOB LAUNDRY USE. i-VVr?
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The undersigned Is now pieptrM to fulafl order
for every dass of Undertaking. Having on hand a
fuR assortment of j . .
001TTNS, CASEETS AND BURIAL CASES,
' Heaise furnished' if derired, ?
H-i . j i . 'U .
Furniture of every Description Repaired at tncl
A-iiU il odce. -.r:v-,
f . ' ' f
K 1 - : ' ' VW.M. WILBELM, r
. , f :wttk j. cb Rogers, Trade fiTi.
June 2a " " .
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