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LOCAL LMELUGENCE. V
TUESDAY, JEBRUABY 18, 1879.
The following table shows the running oi passen
mt trains to and from Charlotte, on all the rail
roads (Washing, time): - - Jw y ;
Arrivesfrom Richmond and Golclsbore; 1.00 A m.
Leaves for " - " ,2
Arrive from Richmond,.,,.;.. I0?0 rr
r oam fir , ... ..-. .w..A.'i.li- O.DO P.
ay i ATI 1 NT A A CHAKLOTTX AIB-UOTL f,
llwatt i-nm AHantA-.-. sw 320 ft m
".. 6.50 p.m.
, Arrives from Atlanta,
.aavas for Atlanta. j. .
j charlotte, xhuu """Ir
. . II... o l
Arrives from Augusta, .
Leaves for Augusta.- ...wiv
Arrives irum au6uni"" .i.;-,;
Leaves lor Augusta....-,- - .niv
-; CABOUMA CENTRAL .
Arrives from WUmlngton,'Si i. ri.'.'
Leaves for Wilmington, v.....u,....
Arrives from Shelbj,. . .yi.-i-Mj ... (.
Leaves for Shelby,....,..,..,...,..
7.2ft p. fn.
6.00 a. m.
5.00 p. m.
Arrives from StatesvUle,......'... S.30p.:m.
iavMfor8tatesvlllewi-i-J..ti..j... 7.00 a. m
t'HABLOt'TK POST OFFICE. ' '
' ' OFFICE" HOPES. "' ,
. . ,f ; OPENS. ,.,. CLOSES.
Money Order Department,;. 0.00 a. m,j 5.00 p, m.
Registry Department,.,.- ..rw.uu a. m.. t.uu pm.
rwi Deliv'i Stamo Dept. .8.00 a. m. ,6.00 d. m.
" , " . " ; v fl f a30 p. m. , 8.45 p.m.
ry- On Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
Department will be open from 9.00 a. m. to 10.00
OPENING AMD CL08TK0 OF XAIU.
Danville Charlotte B.&,. A00a..m. .OOp-m.
. " .... " 1.11.15 a. m. K.OO a. m.
Charlotte & Atlanta R. E., 8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. a.
. 4 Augusta R.B..a30 p. m. 10.00 ajna.
WIImn A Charlotte B. IL,.; K80 9. m.-- 6.00 a. m.
Charlotte A 61wlbyR.fi... ., 5.80 p. w., tt-00 a. m.
. ,4 BtatesylUar 630 p, m. t. .00 a. m.
tiff" Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at
5.IK) p. m and Tuesdays at 8. 00 a.m.? '
tgr York vllle. (horse route,) Thuradays at 6.00
D.lu.ilm4IrklaJa!7X)0a.lmi'-,i'', 'fl '-'
Okfice Ciiiet Signal Officer,
Washington;-Few. n, 730 f.
For the South Atlantic States, areas
of raiu with easterly to southerly winds,
falling, followed by rising, barometer
nnrt winds shiftine to southwest and
northwest during Tuesday, with slight,
change in tejnperature,, i '-'
I 7 A..M. 1 2 P. MTT9 Pi M
T hermometer ,..: i ...
A'lnd Dlrectloa. .
8 Mile K'1 4
Highest temperature 85 deg.ilowest 8a :
Total rainfall in paar24 hours, X47 Inches.
. Meteorological BeorAV 1
WSATHKB RKPOKT, RBSTJABT 17, 4 20 K.
Augusta . ..
s Fair;:"; ",! .'
5 Clear,"-:' -' l
Fair. ' ,--:
' FalK " '
On tJte 22d of September last, tn puftiuQ op a new
dras, TBS DAILT OBSERVER adopted Ike rate to
exclude all double column admrUmmerUtimd dl cuts
After five month of experience, toe home decided tt,
earned the rule. Double cotumn advertisements neces
sitate the cutting of eoUurtn rules,' and ftesejwiBoe
charged twenty-five per cent more than our reyular
raUx, and will only beinstrtedonthefirst and fourth
pages of the paper. The recent change thsar
rival and departure of maUs, make it necessary that
changes jn contract advertisements be sent in by
three ddbek in the afternoon. : 1 ""
Index to Wow1 Areiwiijil '
T. L. Selele To the Ladles.
x iiurweiWAromauc sawyime rocin
Wlttkowsky A Barndthetland Shawto,1 -r.
Tlddy A Bro -City Book Store.; ;;,,My ,,ir,:i ,r
JI03IE PE1VCI CI PIGS. i
j ; ...v.-,. i, k iMxy. kAwrf
No new develonmenta as to. the nool
vesterdav. ,.. voiij A iru ;
Never saw ajrwighel tlr thatit-ye
Great many drummers, in. theyjuty
Sunday. ' Ctiarrdtte1 Is thpiar $im
Therp was n crackingfifcTlitlg,
amonc; the': ice-laden tfe'fisstorafiy.;
and apparently jauMiM ye'a "-f
ternoon at 4 ociocKatttW gcBHg'MeB s
Christian Association m& "" iu
CorresDondentsiuuBfedl to be attain
reminded i,bat ThEvObskk lal doesn6t'
It is a pleasure to-nete that'Eey.TW;
H. Atkinson, af terwtilteA'ievere illness.
is mnvalpwirnT7ajirf,f,airlnf nitt irf 'iia&vA
iter. : u ;2T .f
The CarOliha Fairmssoiatfofi mfe!
Mlay at the :b6rrSttr,'After;the f
adjournment, the IfrmerFiU also nold
a meeting to ... djcaa efm&i&&&t
If ariv farnler sfjirteti to the citv-ves-"
terday witliTTOtfewn1ttet'ef dteacbefl'
was offered, for. salelvthe nxoada beinsr
utierlv imDassabreli to e'aisKjibit'-bowju.:
The snfflw:eral4rielre9sde)' at
points' along tM West'N6Tflr, Ckr4'
una railroad, hut it did nst begirt, to fall
Mr. Tlmi!hvrri?,rJi4Ha&3fety 1
yesterday- rffYrT-ferrrl ft hack to. tha-arorksJ
"3 opariauuurg aim :j jitney tim
road, from which they had escaped, ih&
two colored convicts; dick wicks anu
' Mike Hope. : s t a a T a tJ Jt J c j :
, Charley Eddins, ofTEe postqffice, has
neen hghriug UpJ bflthe vrentlnes.eyerr
smee. f ddav:tferlk3'lrie
tn sieged eonnc-vuneryiint.H a
. Jew exceptions; arid time" MkMK
le held on Friday :4ttgnt; at TiSa orClck;"
ill the Chanel of theJiiatitnte. . We are
asked to gay that the friends and pa-
. Delegates to the
e convention 01
Northern settlers at Raleigh March 1st
are informed , that . loundUtfPrtickets
wad, and also 6 the ismhiiqify
"Kooa ior nve vww:wt.uw
I Btereatlng'' Cafcei-f 'V S ot sttI
Tlie most intretiricase likely to
wxeT "P Hbe present, terni of -thel
"CTj.uwjKiri j,dm; fMcCord iaccuse'ia
eyes of thelawj oi- underthe'age,
t whicfra girl may1 marry without the
..1 pareawvf xois case: nas
iready begun td excite r some interest
tnV?5peiawyers;ri.The ittme .when It-
wit taKeip Jias. aot t yet been ,ae
,81ffnated,w'.i . ' , ..'.tiv
' ... -, ij'a I In fATtMfttt t&iti 9di
f started to the citv ves-'i'
"w inenstixuxe1 arerpvite.xv.)vc:i:
ver the Carollfta'TTentrdlMaleigh
Augusta Ait I4ne RradswiUir
v s't at all offices . along the -lia of etbe5
to abduct hi daughter witU'ari to
inarriace. the rtrk tolno W:An ryinttrrlt
proceeding of ITeeterdoy) Sealon of
the Board of Aldermen. y - '
if! - J ' '-"- tfe '
1 The board of aldermen inet yesterday
mayorofSce; present: Ms .honor the
mayor and Aldermen Miller. MfiOtt Ta-
tern, Sanders, Wilson, Kendttck, Walk
er, Moore and Nisbet. . . -
I The proceedings of the' last mfe'ejinir
were read and approyedL ,T :
; Alderman WilsonV: chairman of the
committee on oil tanks stated that he
was ready to report . ... . w. v s. -t
t Alderman Moore "asked for further
time on account Of ah&-absence of Al
derman Dowd, whose opinion as a law
yer is desired in' the1 framing of a proper
ordinance to ewverthe case. He moved
a! postponement until a subsequent
.Mr.Emei-son, of the Charlotte city
dijfectory-appeared-'before the" boaid
or tne work in which i
ff. .-. Tfi r-Ttdvira 'I.. ..t-.i-...i - , .
I the Bi)ace giyeu .4n ,thet,direotory tothe
" ---w dbl-v KAU.X CVj. llf n lilljfTI 1 W 5 i 1 1 I Ml U I IlK
euvciuiueiiL, anu ne omy asKea tne
CltVi'.tfk' ftllliBftriVuivi fa '-nr .l-.- ;.T.
-f - Vl LIIJ ILWA. JL 11 C
price is 33 per .volume, and. be desired
toiknow how many copies the citw
- Jporr-motiohof AldermaaTMoore
tue matter was referred to the nuance
committee, with power to nctf
A petition Was presented by, Maj T.
lu. Seigle for leave to suspend a banner
across Trjon atieet n in front of his
store. , . ' r s
ner of Messrs. EJXJjatta&Bro streteh
ed Across the street frotn theif place; of
business, and ifln motion their right to
thus, ndvertiae their business was with
arawn,St' m-j a '
ordthahce in reference to the hanging
of signs be henceforth strictly-enforced.
." - - ' f )
Alddrman Miller moved that MamW
Lalta &r;iJv and 1 alh others whose
sigs are not in conformitywith the
ordinance on the sublect. be riven
thirty daysliOtice to change them. T . -.
, uj,vi. ' t vvi wv , cut- vi y sufiuvq Ami
the flagging,' of .railroad trains at the
iraae street crossmg.,, ' ' 1 -
Alderman' Moore movl . that, the re
port be accepted. Agreed to. a ? ,;
Upon motion of Alderman Scott the
ordinance was put upon and passed its
several readings under a suspension of
the rules. ...
, Upon a petiiioarof "citizens and. on
motion of Alderman Nisbet kerosene
lamps were ordered to be placed at the
corner of Graham and Fifth streets,a nd
at Graham and Tenth.
The tty marshal called attention' to
the matter f s drummers' licenses, oreti
nance", book., chanter 16. sec. 3. and Al-
derman Scott moved to change the or
dinanee &ot as to toake. the license tax
$50 and the fine $25. " .,?..- 3 .
Upon motion of Alaermari Moore tfie
section was further amended to make
ft the duty of the, cifyeonstable instead
of the city clerk to issue the licenses.
and as thus amended the ordinance was
under suspension,-' of' the ruleai put
upon and passed: its several readings.
un monon tne Doara aajournea.
military :'jn altera. ,
Col. C W. Alexander received vester
dav from Adjutant XJeneral Jones, the
oruec previously reierrea tx in the ub
server, declaring the election in the
second regiment at Raleigh on the 10th
of January null and void, and ordering
a ire W; election to be held in Wadesboro
on th$ 25th of the present month. Col.
Alexander also" received eeneral order
No. SBy bfpyiding in detail the method
of electing field officers. The regulations,-in-brief,
declare that only commis
sioned officers of . the companies have a
right to vote at such elections; that
proxies must be in writing," and no one
shall act as proxy unless he be entitled
tor vote in the ejection? that the .senior
captain present snail preside, or in the
absence oz ail. captains, tne senior lieu
tenant : 'rand that a majority of the J
electors or vne, regiment or Dattauon;
present atjthe meeting or represented'
by proxy shall eonstitute a quorum,
and that all meetings for the purpose of
electing field officers shall be governed
by the customary parliamentary rules,
Fire in Salisbury.
At 9 o clock Sunday morning, tne Star
tloon of Mr. J A, Snider was found to
5 on fire.' The nre deDartment was
promptly on hand. The building, which
was a irame one, was puiiea aown Dy
,he hook and ladder company :ithren-
gine company keeping the .flames in
Check until Mr. Snider nad time' to re
move his stock and fixtures. The burn
ed saloon was on Main street imme
diately adjoitiifig the National Hotel,
and with, only a narrow alley on the
other side between it and a long row of
Old', and highly inflammable wooden
buildings. Under the circumstances the
ore department is deserving of all praise
for their heroic and successful efforts to
ictoe, the'fire to1 theliouseirt' which 'it
fjtarted, fas but for their, manful) work, a
Vast and disastrous conflagration would
have been inevitable. The building
rhich was the property of Mrs. Dr. Hall,
was uninsuraitJJsuaua s loss win
ronaDiy. not oe ovex-rauu. -vtaer-par-
iesloee amanAaxnounts?. ey jdamageitot
oodsfnoved iftto"the'streets!duriiig the4
t The attorneys of -MeElwwInthe't
known case oiMcEl wee aiusVBli
welf f OV the 'rlght'tb-4fEeI&ade marTTof
theiDxhaa iBull im- 'manttfactdf edr.
bacco, have, received tneecisipn
dommissioner bf patenuf,' before W
thejasft Lwa8nargedi ome4ims.8iftee.
he following is a copy of tne commis
oner's decision; r ;
-eitbrtheji egfejtant 0 nor-airpii-
clant claims to have onnaated .the
ttade marked qumtoEachtiarJs
title .thraughqhri Greent,; win ts al
leged to have originated it. . ...
title ioj th& .xciuMvfr1iserf tlwtipie
IT L tk. nnklin Join
f )-r.m thtfx'eTett6r' 8f XSreerf.
om tneexewroor oi ijrreen.- rit'-
i -Mcjwe, ciainiBiUiiUiJ stuj
ai half Wrjurchase from Green in Eb
life tifflej& fleoesotMcIaiTir tB f&tt
tb excLuy? indeedMcoMW at
expect ou me unveuawo 61uV"'JLV.-,vt
vorthlttHe-'aoe nor owTi'rmvra
e hearing concedes that thO purchase
executor's v sale by Blackwell was
lr-a-to-nwiawer ..mteresi , wreen
wrest.was only one
f Th law orants 'recrisTrafion to those
fehtitled to the exclusive use oftrade
not entitled to xne exuiuano uoo i wuo
n Tsi-VWrvrSlffiffal vretratlQIJcit04MC
vr MVVwy. cr a - , i
ElwewfeOfsnot and aoes uui, vhuux
a va ontitiAd to the exclusive use of
usejri order to placejinonequal
..v. a. i V. n TTauph .TMirnoseuI AOs
otherTwhS is not .pntiled. tojts exclu
- f Whether -BlackwelHwaa or was noi
Hitled to thet exclusive, use of flie .
trafteiriarlmen na Obtained bis regis
tration, he is now. a registrant
and is therefore entitled as against Moj.
V.iwet'io fermal-awardfcr piiontyi , :.
-:TbejudgMent; pf .he xammer-inr.
thief 18 affirmed. . ?f f: isi
here. -They t wllV carry; the case to the
1 Shpreinr Court of the United States i
the-trade mark under consiaerauou.
Tbe Funeral of Secretary Engelb&rd
-Who 'Will be III Successor? -
', Special to the Observer. J ., -.
1 TSaleigh, Tib. 17. The 1 funeral of
Secretary Engelhard 1 was generally at
tended by the citizens.; Several disting
uished citizens of WUmingtonhe home
of the deceased, were present, and Sena-4
tor Vance "from Charlotte. Both
branches of the Legislature attended in
a body, preceded by the governor, exec?
utivefficersjiSupreme Court andoffi
cers.of public institutions. lT, . .' ? - ;
The governor nominates to the Senate
a ' successor' ;'fomorroW."Tlie appoint
ment will lie between Gen.5 W R. Cox,
CoL W L. Saunders, late of the Observer
of this eity ; and- ,Iion- John Manning,
of Chatham. The latter is understood
not to desire theappointmentjJudgev
Cox is in Tennessee arid! it is not known.
that he would accept. The health of
CoL Saundersyalone stands in $he way
of hisppolntmenii which would giye
univifekl sMisfactfonasj would that of
either of the other gentlemen.
The grade of appointment under this,
administration will be high; H. '
Inqueaiover Slargaret JBeid'tt Body.
Coroner" Axexander heldj an inquest
over -the 'body of Margaret Reid, the
colored woman who was shot in Berry
hill township, Jyr Logan t Hoover, also
colored, and yesterday the papers were
returned to the elerk of 'the-Suerior
Court. , Seven .witnesses were . exam
ined, but no one could testify to having
seen the shooting.-" It appears to have
taken , place in a room in which no one
was present except : the man and wo
man. One or more witnesses testified
to haying , heard , Hoover threaten .to
shoot the woman, and nearly all heard
him say that he did not know the pis
tol was loaded. Nothing of importanece
could be gotten from the deceased ; she
simply said that Hoover had shot her and
she didn,'t know why. Dr. Herron bore
testimony to the' fact that the ball en
tered her left breast and was found em
bedded in her heart, and the jury; re
turned a verdict to the effeet -thatrthe
woman was shot, by Hoover r
.., The Inferior Court of - Mecklenburg
met yesterday,' Justices Waring;' Reid
and Stowe presiding.:, The following
were drawn to constitute the grand
jury: , - .
Thos. P. Grier, foreman ; J. C, Taylor,
J AVJPeArmdrid,1 w; X., Fisher, Cyre
niu&Alexander, J. C. Beard, Isaac Alex
ander, Sr, Solomon Sifford,W. H. Mar
tin, Henry Beaver, H. C Hubbard, W.
A. Pearce, C. A. Hoover, T. M. Shaw,
After the delivery of the charge by
Justice Waring, the court proceeded to
business and disposed of the following
cases during the day :
State vs. Neil McGinn, unlawful tra
ding; submitted; judgment suspended
on payment of cost
State .vs. Samuel Orr, assault; sub
mitted ; judgment same.
State vs. Wm. Simpson and Wm. Du
lin, affray; called and failed; judgment
nisi made absolute. m re
state vs. John D. Anderson, colored;
larceny;. jury verdict, guilty. "
State vs. John Caldwell, colored, lar
ceny ; judgment suspended on payment
01 cost. n 8 s
The EAte Xrayed r in reenaiborow
Thel funeral of Mr. Jno. W. S.Parker,
who was robbed and murdered in
Greensboro, took place from his resi
dence Sunday, and was attended by a
very large crowd. The funeral sermon
was preached by Rev. Dr. J. Henry
Smith of the Presbyterian church. The
minister prayed that the Almighty
.would speedily avenge the brutal mur
der or jan unonendmg and esteemed
citizen. Mr. A. L. Clark, of this city
brother-in-law of the deceased, returned
from Greensboro yesterday morning,
and reports that the citizens of the place
are taking quiet but the most active
steps" to discover the perpetrator of the
outrage. The negro Mendenhall, who
was arrested, immediately, after. Mr.
ParkerYtteatHas discharged, the evi
dence against him sbeing ..insufficient to
warrant his detention. No other arrests
have been made in Gregnsboro..though
left, the place ..Sunday morning, and
Who1 had'nof; returned atlast accounts:
. SuhdWrnihifc a 'rie&dririvmiE.hia
name aiMcBee was arrested by the au-
betrities in rM?sbiirvclMclbfiKOf
'actibry account of
ing mey Mmhlff- ut having, sub$e
targed from custody. amT j
Mr. Parker is suDDosed to have had ai
least $100 era his- persoif 'When 'Be was
lithe habit of body becomes Irremlar, jnucrr I
evllUlofllctedm,Ui;atcm. The stomach be
comes dyspeptic; bilious symptoms develop tbemH
1 tuM 1 Iii.iiI.i.iIiii, tllw
nerves share in the generardlsoraerJ Tt W of
. . -. L . X, I- , 1 1 J
uxmosi importance uuu uu uuweia uivuiu ue
thoroughly and speedily regulated when they grow
derelict The corrective, agent best adapted to this
purt08eT3JrI68tetter's Stomach Sitters; awh6Ie
some, non-KTiplng getbielaxatirie, wortiajllha
rasping cathartics Invented since the time ot
ar&elsttiePeop1e'ir6 Mve be&the habft
of using blue plu, catorMlapd: th
cheap nostrums for constipation, should abandon I
such hurtful and useless mecines and substitute j
for them this pleasant and, gentle aperient,, which
not only produces the purgative effect naturaly
but also stretightens whne tti
stomach and liver. ! It moreover cores and pre' f
vents- ftaternflttentffantreinlttent fievers.r;m'
rlenatlsWebllrty andutinary troubles.1:
j 'y-C: The Consumptive's Oajxlope.
rVerlly, to most
Cod Liver Oil, yet, when those appalling symptoms
nf riwjiv nnnear. which nhvslclans and Datlents
ankrknoo areamerrmg wgfis of greater' waste of
blood and tissue than the nutritive powers are sup
plyttig,.Cod liver OUrli th Mosttrufltwerthy and
effective remedy in the world. , Bat repugnance to
Its taste and odor, redace the oervous- patient to
despair. It is then tnat menas ana. aocwr can ao
Mm thA most inestlmabieAliidness he has ever
known. bT telling him of Scott's Emulsion of Cod f
-Ailver mi wivn: UJe"nypopno9innB ot ime ana
rtlln-dtdom iroal unpleasant smell or odor; of Its mar
i,"lv"rveloi8 qualties as a nutrient, and the miracles It
TTtrlrn in ginnf Vf "ITjT Tn "1
idbraln r, ft itt izn&
- " -ZJI
1 fiaaJ ithaal CrkK 11a
r r 'ZiWrtJo&H
ttiohi la a. tnrm nf Minanmntlon which was better 4
indicated by the- old fashioned name ot ecHne," j-
it la: tne areaaea sooutkb, 01 mwuo unwii.u taa
-Southern States, claiming rnor victims every year
thniir w swent awar by the most terrible visitations
ol the yellow iever. -v i ne- maiaor jarum iruuiue
inability of the patients' system w innB up ana os
BimflatA "thA timirtHhintf' incTedlents. of thfi) food
that is eaten. r. Some years ago' the medical profes- 1
. w , . '. i ... .I.., fr
sion wim remariuiuio uuiuuuuiji ckjiTOi un.
Liver Oil contamed tne most onceptrauju mmk
easily absorbed elements of jiutrltlonIf ihe nau
seous taste and smell of tbeolleouldbe avolded.it
would unquestionably be the most sovereign reme
dy that ever shed a healing blessing on the human
race. And tnese repulsive pruperuea are Bucwsa-
fully removed Dy tne union - oi pure uoa iaver uu
with the Hypophosphltes of Lime and Soda in
Scotfs Emulsion. -The combination is a most ele
rant one-,' pleasant as sweet milk lri flavof. conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power-
U jet gentle torUofbrd nervfluSj
j." To all who are suffering from the errors and In
discretions of youth, 'nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, AC.,' I will send a recipe that
Win cure you, -FREE -OF CBARGB. This greaj
remedy was. . discovered by .missionary !
SouthArnerica. Send a self-Bdcrressed envelope
tothe REV. JOSEPH Tv IMMAN, BtatlOA D. Bible
House. New Yorlt City . . .',
. Jan 25 - . , : t ,-,f.r&t-y
-tgy CBEW JACKSdN ft BEST S1TEET
20B4.VVU. - . t
Jy J- The Deata-Kate ! I
Our country Is getting to be fearfiiHy alarming.
the averase ot Ii3"bei23 lessened every rear, with
out any reasonable cause, death, resnlllng general
ly rrom me mosi lnsricaM origin, .At this set-
son of the year especially, a cold to such a common
thing that m the hurry of every, day life we an apt
tit ffrfrtiw ifrf flflTHT trttfindlrit it and often find
too late, that a Terer or Lung trouble has already
set In. ; Thousands lose their nves In tbja way ev
ery winter, while had BoscHxx'g Gxbxas Stkup
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bin from a doctor been avoided For all diseases
of; the Throat and," Lungs, .Boscssi's Gxsxax
Stscf has proven Itself to be the greatest dlseov-
ery of Its kind in medldne. , Every Prurglat In this
country will tell you of Its wonderful effect, i Over
950,000., rotaes- sld last year wtthout a single
1 ' Oj'flTiB-f "' -
1 . An old physician, retired from practice, havlnJ
had placed tat his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy, for
urc ayraij auu yciuuuuu lain, i ur wwMmmrnOfl
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all thmai.And
lung affecflons, also a positive and radical eure for
nervons debility and all nervous complaints, after
uariug, si,.iuer.ut curaove powers in
thousands of eases, has felt it his duty to. -make it
known to hi suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and adealre to relieve- human sufferine. I
w?S,obaSsei '? " whs-desire it, Sis
recipe, with run directions for preparing and u&hur
to German, French or Bnghih. Sentby mailbr
addressing wilh stamp naming this paper. W. W.
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, Mew York.
S-jASaTlBigs Basks Secure?
This is a question of "vital importance to the in-
uusuiai uuiu m wur cuunuy; ana while our legis
latures are pondering (he question, we would earn
estly advise every one to take Hall's Balsamfor
coughs and colds.- Warranted to eure.
febieiw . . . . .. .
The Grand Central Hotel on Broadway. N. Y., Is
a big house, and -It lakes -'a great raanr people to
fill it In order to do the latter, and to please
everybody, the hotel Is now kept, on the both plans
the American at $2.50 to $3.00, and the European
Sl.OO. and upwards per -day. An elegant restaur
ant at moderate prices. Is conducted by the h otel
WK-u:i MIBBTJARI 17.1879... , .
i;.' ..;,;.pfioppas.;'' V .".
JlcnraAFlotrt Inhert family ? 4.30ag.2&
Wheat higher; red and white 93a9& Cora higher at
44a5. -Oats in good demand at 24a27. Pork quiet
at 16.00325. ! Lard inactive; steam 6.55. Bulk
meats shoulders 8.66, short ribs 4.86a87, short
clear 5.00; bacon steady; shoulders 444, dear ribs
Btfc dear sides 5. Whiskey higher at 1.03.
Sugar firm and unchanged. Hogs quiet; packing
3.90a4J.5.,; ti. i-.tjjV'- c.-sv-iul, fih vi si,rft
Baltthohx Oats quiet; Southern 32a36, Wes
tern white : 82a83, do mixed 82a33, , Pennsyl
vania 30a33. Hay unchanged: prime Penn
sylvania and Maryland lOall. Provisions dull;
mess pork, old 9.50, new 10.75; bulk meats
loose shoulders 48JA, dear rib sides 5a per ear
load, packed new 4fta5; bacon--shoulder8, old
4, clear rib sides, new &A, hams, ' sugar-cured.
9alO. Lard-reftned HereesTOt Butter quiet and
steady; choice Western packed 18a20, rolls 15a
16. Coffee dull; Rio. cargoes, llalSft. . Whiskey
duU at 1.08. Sugar ;qule A softSilba. 7
Niw Tohk Flour a good home trade; No. 2.
2.50a3.00, supernne Western and State 8.40a3.65,
common to good extra Western and "State - 3.70a
3.90, good to choice do a95a4-50; Southern flour
steady; common to fate, , extra 4,00a5.10; good
to choice do 6.20a6.50. Wheat ungraded win
ter red l.OSlal.ll, No. 8 do 1.07al.O9. Corn
ungraded 43Vsa7, No. 8, 42a3. Coffee unchang
ed Jtlo quoted In cargoes llaiSJA, in job lota HUa
alb. Sugar quiet and steady; Cuban 5tya0, fair
togoodre&ning 6a6, prime 6; refined stan
dard A 8a4, granulated 8 powdered 8a,
crushed 9; Molasses quleiand unchanged; New
Orleans 25a37, Porto Rico, old 22a25, new 80a38.
Rice in moderate request and steady. Pork mess
cm spot 9.00. Lard 6.8780. Whiskey sready.
Norfolk Quiet; middling 914c.; net receipts
2.211; gross; stock 22,742; eiports coastwise
541 ; sales 200; exports to Great Britain 52t55. .
BALTTMOKE Oulet: middling OBbeL i low mtddliiur
14c.; good ordinary 8a; net receipts 127; gross
lvoi saies xeo; bwck v,i; exports coastwise
80; , spinners ; exports to Great Britain 2,400;
BoeroN Steady; middling 9i; low mtddnhg
99bc; good ordinary 8c; net receipts .847; gross
1 ,598; sales ; stock 2.868; exports to GreatBrit'.
Wilmtngtom Dull; middling 914c. ; low mid
dling 8c; good ordinary 8; net receipts 625;
gross ; saies ; stock ,Z5; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise 1,371: to Great Britain,; to Con
nent ; to channel .
. Philadelphia Firm;, middling 9Ae.; low
middling tffec; good ordinary Sftc.; net receipts
80; gross 230; sales ; spinners 378; stock
6,754; exports to Great Britain 232.
August a Steady ; iniddUngJBfec.; low mid
dling 8ic; good ordinary 7c,; receipts 211;
shipments ; sales 443: stock .
. CHASZ87DiiM2u; iniiddilng 9&V tow mid
dlmg;9c good ordinary 9c.; net receipts . 2,
181: ross -: sales 600: stock 46.904: exoorts
eoastwlse 1,794: Great , Britain -j . France j-pj
Contbll-chan j.;-.-." i,x: sr-..
New YobkDWI; sales 67& rrdddUng uplands
9e.. rsHMMng Orleans 9 'c(msolldatedjiet rer
celpts 83,IBi erportsJoGTeatr.Brt
Continent 743:FiBnee'2.075: WnneL
Litekpool Nook NotQiMaWlpwW irplaBkb
54ml Orleans 5 9-1 6d. low middling uplands .
good orctoary.i uplands Ordinary uplands .
saies 7.UOU, speculation ana export l.ouu, re
ceipts 12,800. all American. Futures are at Sat
urday's prices. Uplands low -middling clause: Feb
ruary delivery , February and March , March
and April 5 11-32, April and May 5, May and
June 5 7-16, June and July July and August
5 17-82. Ausust and SeDtember . Sentember and
October . New -crop shipped January per sail
8 February and March .
1 timwmzjfoffli 'mim.
February r .-iUu,J.ti'i '608.70
Maiea 1 . ,.(. Jtwj iiu .tux . msn. oK73s,7S
ApriXii,-) .xni.f j!.aii.lt ; 1'.ftSa.89
LJuneivfc:.id.wi - Ji-t mhX-skm
JniI.MfrwUtt .bfcttlwiiiaa. .u. Zi'-
Septembetifevv. itftin-uiu -U n ilO 46a.l8
aetoberiib9bi.'.iaM . vjtu.-i7... .-tz1XW
xrt i.J v II
I"" I . 1 ..... . ' I
.?;tnl ru)6 1 ;' '
.n.".csl . 0
iNxw York Money 1.021. Fj
governments strong. New5'Al,
04. state bonds
MU11. ; .
CITY COTTON MARKETS
, Omcai or thx Obhebvxs, I -
.1 XaaABLOTTE. February ialS79. i , .
T1 markietT6teTday dosed qnlet, as ;
Tfniwx -jirs, ''4'
- O - " " - T. ?.T;i i ".Tw;,. 1
K.9 ' '
'CHaltlOTfERODUCK MA REST
COKKECTET dailyv tl
New. ner bdle,
Snrtoed.! Ahrn S. tipa;. amo. jsv.
BAGama, per Tb. iwi.iut iv-i
CoBN,iPei bush i tyvituvsnuivn
.... - 50a55
BACO-- if i"t n ''IHlIJci'I 'ft' r j
N.C,hogrpufld..y)2--Jii.j;..j'i.i..jajT i " ay
Hams, h. Ck..vv.-.i.a.iun'-.-. ' lOall
TI n m a muonMHU 1 ,..r: ,1. Ai. ; . v.
tfrrrx MiiiH -ttfi. t'i.r ot WttlJ tmsvi-
- Clear Rib Sides. .... ..,iw.-.. tiuttzia ,
r Prime 3o. vi- ifciii- . ti . 1 -v..iiv .
Llvernool nner. . . . . . . . . ... . . . .
White..-. i vilJ'j.l .u.,lWi.J.iJ;. v-HWl
I Potatoes- i . u.L . ,i5;'fita
aweet. . ...s .-t ooaws
I Irish i ; W ; ..... .4Uft&0
Butters-:w? f tr. fwr"T"f w -?? -
North CaroanAiiaaiJ.s.'u Jiae.-y, n luaizts
Extra. .aiui i.lsivs.jvu'. s:j.j'p. 2.75a3.00
Super :i jxkt .t; jtf.. . ., ty. 2.$5a2,50
.if.-.v;,-! ' '-t - ; r Xji.--..-..iM-r- !
JJHOTOGRaPHS. t-. i i l
; in consequence of the reducHon, fa the prior of
the original cost of materials, and tn order to give
i&y patrons the benefit of .the redaction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken At my
Gallery at ":A? ri S-ZZKi i i A M .
' sept22 J. H. VAN NXS3
" ,-- -- - itT- '11! -JS
.''w.i ' A,lTfy
- l i '.irnt,aii,t AJTP BJEfattV '-' - -z- 1
GROCERS nd DEALERS m COUNTRY PRODUCE
.1 XeB fcMMrtanfly on band 1 1. v- r: ;
1 v.; is v, -t p , j nr'l " ."i"
jrSESH XGGS and BUTTER, CH1CXXNS, TTJR-
f t KEYS, CsBB AGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP-' :
. , PLXS, DBIEU FBUrrs, An. 1i : ' '
i( i"-t-f (j :" -: l1?-''
. v. Xxcloslve Dealers in 1 .v i ; ; ' ' '
!. . .: r
KAltSOTJR A lWNNtwTLL'8 and L. I SHD-
FORIVS various brands of FLOUR. '
ALSO. PBOPRHTOB8 Of TBS .
CHARLOTTE, N. 6
Thlslwusehas been refitted and newly fumtehed,
; ; and tetoptmlUa
Terms, Per Day
99" Great bidoeements offered to table hoard
ers; for terms see the proprietor. -. .. .- (:
:.;.:K. ,: . .-i.-ii--
Eymnibqs and Carriages at ev
FIELD BROTHERS. . ....
Mr. H. & WrusoM Ladt,.
:. i i .'.Proprietors.
A B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate $2.00 and S2.50. according to toea-
M. L. HARNETT, Clerk, late of Planters' Hotel.
TOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. C.
C S. Bbowh, Proprietor,'
Late of the National Hotel, Bateigh.) ;
C 8. Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W. a Shelbufn As
dee 80 . . , t' ., ,,-.'-. .'. ; -t;; -
Received every week.
XIAMS A FINGER,
Have nst received a lot of Turkeys and Chickens
which we offer at tow prices. Come to Williams A
Finger and buy the best Family Floor from the
best mills." Wheat, Bran, Oats, Corn and MeaL
Honey. OountryLanL. Butter and Eggs. The best
Timothy and North Carolina Hay, cow and horse
feed of the best aalltK Sucb TJolfee, Au Con
signments solicited for all kinds of country produce.
wiUmake prompt returns of sales.
ARRIVALS, FOB SALS, WANTED.
10 boxes assorted Candles. 5 boxes choice Ovs-
ler Crackers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, largest
10c bars tn the city.
' Also 1 fine Milch Cow and one medium quail
Cow with young calf, for sale low.
. 600 doeen PABTRLDGES WANTED., ,
! oae29-:' H X. SMITH.
I have now tn store a full supply of Groceries and
famuy supplies. .
- : . .
Just Recerred: r ,; .
Also a lot of very large Turkeys.
A STORE FOR RENT,,
S. M. HOWELL
Q.ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
.i t. : a;
' imW FKAlURES t
Come tome tor Bacon. Com. Sugar. Coffee. Mo
kisses, an4 other FamBy Groceries, v .: "
lust receivea, a rew barrels oi Berry rosters (Da-
BFJ3T ,RYE WHISKEY,
Also a flue lot of Country Haras. I sell foreashJ
All goods delivered inUieclgr free of charge
w. u. cbuuuxiiujul. -
:i n-i- j!.-iiri'- m ,p''''Traae street,
Next door below Wilson A Black's old stand.
aplS. ; - , . ,-i r -,.
O T T O N
-ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
X "i .
i- A ifji"'
k - - , . , i ei-.- j..'j4 ji '
ii .THeMAS H.' GArTflERi.'! -i.v:!i!.
" ' -t' ,', ,i " ! !
3 i il nt t4hM a"U-v Ju 5i, u
it C O riOS i C.O M IS 8 IOH UlBCHlXf I
Brrrrfatf f tbe bower onfeifed -tn morteace
made br T, J. Wukbson and Laura H. Wilkinson
to the Charlotte .Building and Loan Association, I
will sell at public auction, a house and lot of land
fronting on the N. O. Railroad, in square No. 68,.
beginning at a stake on the N.C Railroad and run
ning with said road to L. A. Phillips' comex, thence
with her line 180 feet to a stake thence, parallel
witn said railroad 4 9$ feet to J. B. Sbannonhouse's
uner thercs to, the beginning,! Whleh is nevf
claimed subject to said axirtsan bf E. W". Mellon.
Said property to be sold at the court house doer In
the elcy of Charlotte on the-1 st Monday in uaren, .
1879, ior cash, ' the amount due toe Charlotte.
Building, and Xoan Association: ibetnc 229.25i
JWtUi cost of advertising and sate. 'jjiQfi?1 i !
1 'deeigtds a -iitK.i .-i seCy sndXreaAr15;
P Xiu.if vnitVi -ii.r)d las ri-- i
1 T nl'rebraar ts ajjn'clock;
A lam , ' , i 'sui
'. I t,- U '
titii si'&lfoU bffi too ixi-io
, !i,v-"v v'4 fp iMAROLINA CENTRAL
. , , TIA wTLKXNGTQN,
iV--i--: x a iO. THSOTJGS FREIGHT ROUTX
This Line being fully equipped for bustoess.
WQmlngton and all Northern and Eastern CtOes to
Greenville, Spartanburg, an Stations
M ' r 'u - ' Atlanta-Tennessee A Ohio,
It.- . .ui. , Li , ','. 1
As well as points tn Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as
. - F.W.CLARK, . . . ,.,.
- . ; Gen. Freight Agent, Wllrnlngtoa, N. C
i ' '' " J
sept80 . ' ' i ' -
gntjjs and jedicittjeij.
JR. J. H. MOADEN,
. ' tmraoiscr akd ghemibt,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubtn'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 A SONS'
EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from C West A
Highest Medal awarded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal 00 Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will
bum. C. West A Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. EL McADEN, Soto Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
SCARR A CO.,
U G G J B T
D G G 1ST
ItEAR THE FOBT-OFTICE,
Wouty respectfully Inform the ptiblte that they
have opened a retail and family Drug Store; near
,the PosWXBce, and sooctt the patronage of their
friends and the public generally. . u i r y n u ;
Prescriptions and family recipes dispensed with
great care and pure Drugs. . ", i
rpKACHERS WANTEn,-$5 to $100 or S200
A per month, during the Spring and Summer.,
For full particulars address
, ? J. G McCURDY A CO.,
. ,' t . , Philadelphia, Pa. ,
Johnsco's Anodyne Llrnlnentwui rWvelypW
vent this terrible disease, and will poslttrely euro
bine cases': in ten. Information: that will. save
many lives sent free by malL . Dont delay a mo -ment
' Prevention Is better than cure.' Sold every-'
t a TnuiiaAV . rvv '
- Bangor, Mafnei J-
POROUS PLASTER. .;
. X70B .. WOMEN AND, CTTLDBEVT
( i J Q& , WOMEN . AN1 CHILDBSlN :, ,; ,
' Females suffering from ' pain arid weakness will
derive great comfort and strength from the use of
Benson's Capdne Porous Plaster. Where children
are affected with whooPInc coueh.ordlnarr eonshs
or colds or weak lungs, It 6 the one and only treat
ment tney snouia recerre. , a iu arwue contains
new medicinal elements such as Is found In no other'
remedy In the same form.. It is far superior to
common porous plasters, liniments, electrical ap
pliances and other external remedies.' It relieves
pain at once, strengthens and eures where other
plasters will not ven. relieve For Lame and
1W, niwwiwiiiiiiir anw; uuqodo ihw cut 'I
local aches and pains, It is also the beet known J
remeoy., ask ioi enson s :vapcme naater ana
take no other.. Solo;, by , aH, praggists, f Price 25
CO N SUM P T-I- O'XT
J Aid all Disorders of the
T XEBOsl Tv AN D
L OH GS a.h.'
Permanently Cured. y,vjl -
PR. T; AlSLOCCErS great, REMEDX -J; i
n ; inr N ' RBK;
TS. TT O HHH IT. IHN'KI -
taken taooncUon with Ms'' " Xm
i i;j..1" "-',1;;
A7 U BE e CO JO--ill FT It fib I'A.
; A FREE BOTTLE of each preparation sent by
express to eacn auuenng applicant
name, P. O. and express aaoross to
t sending their1
oDr. T. A. sio-
.f.i'ura i' !
earn, mi rean sueet, new xorx.
XfZ are the arents for HE-NO- TEA In this dry;
IT " and ask our friends to give it a trial.. If not
satisfactory we wUl cheerfully take it back and re-1
fund the money.
WILSON' A BURWELH
Agents for Charlotte, N. C
. 9.H l?rilcrxAOT-80DA.,'t' ?
NORTH CAaXUBIAJ' :
TO ALL WESTS SOUm" r'T
offers unequalled facilities for the Transportlon of
tvn-i.t C'5-' .v .
Charlotte, Statesvflle, 1 AsberQtoT 1 BntheTforaio n
on the Atlanta A Richmond Air-Line,' ' ;
and Western N. C Railroads, r'i -Jf "
Alabama andMisalsslppi.'7;t ' ' V" ,'
. - ' '.t 'Siv .if 1 ; i.'oilJMi i L S
via any Competing Line, and Time as Qulck4
.1 "...'! - Ul .? Xj M .
.A 1j ' .ii t ... vi '1
,- 1 . .. ,..,.. J..:.. .....
upon application td ' ;
, r,- . 1 WM.A MOODY,
Southwestern Freight Agent, Charlotte, N. C
. T , X. T, SMITH, ,
, Agent C C Railway, Charlotte.
TOUBIANA STATE LOTTERY, , . ,. ; , ,;.
' I,. A SPIJENDID OPPpBTUNITX ;
To win a fortune. 5 Third s Grand DlsWbuUon,
Class C, at New' Orleans, Tuesday, March
? 11th, 1879-106th miWy Drawing. -;
: ' .;','T'y;Vvi,?'.'-- '?V:5j
LOUISIANA STATS LOTTERY COMPANY. '
This Institution was regularly
- -a-- -. -. v -v '"v wi muuMnnui NN
Charitable purposes tax.' 1868, -fob the rem or
ble faith of the State Is pledged with a capital of
SI ,000,000, to which It has since added a Reserve
Fund of $850,000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on
the second Tuesday. It never scales or postpones.
Look at the toUowtag distribution: . . , . vT
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000. 1
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each. Half Tick
ets, One Dollar, s , ..i
LIST. OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize,, i. ..
1 Capital Prize, . ..
1 Capital Prtze....
2 Prizes of S2J500. .
5 Prizes or lyOOO... .
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
1JQOQ Prizes ot
50 ...v. .
9 Approximation Prizes f $300. . ...
i i on
9 Approximation Prizes Of 200...,'.
y Approximation razes oc iuu.. , j VHXJ
1867 Prizes, amounting trji?; VT.. ,.."1010.400
Responsible corresponding' 'agents wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid. - ; : .-.i;. t.--
Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to the Home Office in New Orleans.
Write, dearly stating full address, for full Infor
mation or send orders to s ' ' - "'-
: M. A. D AUPHINr
PostofBce Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are mider
the supervision and management' of GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD andJUBAL A. EARLY. -.K ,
febll . .
EROM DR. 8. W. HUNTER,,
,,.; Having become famlllsr with Colden
i Leung's Liquid Extract of beef and Tonic Invigor-
atir, I take pleasure tn recommending It as an ex
cellent preparation, combmtng as it does food and' '
tonic In aremarkable way producing good bloOd,
health and strength. Sold by afi Druggists.;'' ' . ,
Manufacturer and Wholesale-Dealer In " .J-
-puk apple ajtos,&r--
- .-ii. '.;-Ajrrn'' .it- ..'! .il
. - .-. i-ii-- 'ti!f ;i i;ll J-h:-;
. ," j.j--CPEB -VJNEG.ARjr rj ii
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer of yh'u
' , -.ppNDlT'S ?ABLE;.SAJJCJ-r--,hioi
-.-r?7t--At',i'i 1 "" 'Jl-)l L .l.l.i lnl niii'li
OILS SASSAFRAS- :"':,'!! 5MuJf
Hii !tr 341. Ji t.jt'.ii'Alrjl PENIlYROtALf
; on dehrery, free of brokerage.' commissltms. 1 '
' ! .'-,.'.;' erstoTAgeexrnses, by! uh Ui.ii
IttiwrlBts-EiMl EX9drtrff bY, !i!
jfl r-. H Jltillt 'MV1 'HIP 1CfU YI I1
DRUGS, ESSENTIAL piLS, A ii
, ww 1 1 1 in jii sr. - - -
17 A DAY to Agents essvatsmc lor the "Ftxe
i 1 side visitor. Ten
Terms and outfit fre... .Ad. ( ,
5V Fancy Cards, Chromo, Snowflaie, At', no two ;
iV alike, with name. 10 cents.' Mirikler At r.
Co, Nassau, N..Y. a,ft -nitfH 't 'tiit.n
J A MIXED
c. L. JONES A CO.,- Nassaa, Nl T.V '
:u outfit 10c
rpo ADVKRTISERS-'-ndlwour rSeiect list otl'i
.JL Local Newspapers. 'Sent free on sipll6atl0riVv
AoaressiMMx. r. kuwexa, lAJ.iUBproce su,
New York. .v;
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' COFFINS, CASFJn AND BURIAL CSEa1 m&t
x j lo ;n-!lWdoandiremTi&v.,,1
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Furniture bf every Descrtption Repaue4,at. shor, a4v
I jj t I ."'t- "'1 .PUJVi.jn.wuin nnii u uv
Pflth E. a Rogers, Trade Btreeu
June 20. .