page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
T LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
FRIDAYrEBBUABY 28, 1879. w
-:A11B0AI HIHKCTOBI. il jv ;
The following table shows the running of passen'
net trains to and from Charlotte, on ell the' tail.'
roads (Washington time): -h..i
Arrives from Richmond and GolAsbore, 1.00 a. m.;
Leaves for , " - ; " 8.20 a. m.
Arrives from Richmond, rj.b:, a j ... 10.50 a. m.
Leaves for . ....... - 6.55 p. to.
. I -! fTjrjfvn-',.-, f.u -r-4.il li-
Arrives from Atlanta,... ...wijun a2aa.au
Leaves for Atlanta, man. . tv. ivri'ltOS a.-.na'.
Arrives from Mlaata,awiT. ij.isi .t 6.50
Leaves for AUantastuuVU .w. ;;vi .v1060 avaj
rwiRfcorrtt. ooicitBht AteS5A.,( s w
Arrives from Augusta, 4 8.10 a. rn.
Leaves to' Augusta,- ..p,.. .nfrrft.,? 1.00 a ro.
Arrives from Augusta,,. T. mm, . 60 a. in.
Leaves lor Augusta,- 1L27 a. jnvr
Arrives from warning? 1V ?3:.T.21C';
Leaves for Wilmington,.. Vr .....-;' 6.00 a.m.
Arrives from Shelby,. .. . .I! 5.00 p. m.
Leaves for Shelby,. v .,,1,,0Q.a. Bk7
Arrives from Statesvuie,'. wtv.TrJWvJi'. 5.80 p; au-i
Leaves fortatesvllle,.j.i'3.vt. 7.00 a to
CHABLOfTK POST OFFICE. t
ri.-i.i-.ie-. StKI M.fJUf'
'. .'opens. ' CLOSm '
Money Order Department,; .9.00 a. vL ' 5.00 p, m. ;
weelstry Department,. ... ...9.00 a. m. ;6.00 p. m,
Gen'l DeUVy Stamp Dept J-KOO a. m. "6.00 p. m,
bt? " ,8.30p. m,':;8.4ap,tn.
ry On Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
Department will be open from 9.00 a. m. to 10.00
" "'' OFSKIMO AMD CLOSING OF MAILS. 1
Danville & Charlotte! ft K..T SOO a,' v g.OOjp. m, ;
charlotte & Atlauta R.B.;. .8.00 a. m. . 9.00 prn..''
Augusta a. i.., xh in., A-U.n a. ill. .
Wllm'n ft Charlotte ER,,;- 8.80 p. m. . 5.00 a. m.
Charlotte ft Shelby R. R... . 5.80 p. m. 6.00 a. nt,
" & Statesvllle,.... 5.30 p. m. 6.00a.m.:
rgr Beattle's Foul, (horse route.) Mondays at
5 (O p. m.. and Tuesdays at 8 00 a.m. -'
'w- YorkvlUe. (horse route,) Thursdays a 6.00
p. m., and Fridays at 7.00a, JiT j -T i r
(i in it k Chief Signal Ofkicei
Washington, Feb. 27, 7:30 P
. M. )
liUi"'' vu. a I, JI . ax.: J I
Fur the Sonth Atlantic states, north- ; -
vilv to easterly wmas, partly cionay
iwtor v winrLo xiart.lv r'lniinv
weather and slight changes in tempera
ture and on the coast a slight Tise in
barometer. : " ' ' '
Local Keyori for Veslerda y. ;
7 A M. 2 P. M. ! 9 P. M
to im.. irt - " T - ' '
Highest temperature 45 deg.; lowest 24. ; ..i-i'-irieteorological
WEATHKB REPOBT, fBJBBXtXBt 20. iS.0 P.M.
aear. ;-' ,
..Clear. , "
'.Ctoudyj , ;
Fair. , :.
r Key West,..
: r-r '.n .-'J-J ,U
.- . i : -. .- ;
Oj the 22(1 of September lout in puffing on a tow
dmss, THE DAILY OBSERVER adopted tterute to
exclude all double column aOvertinements anil all cute;
After Jive montJu of erperiencG, we hmx decided to
cancel the rule. Double column advertisements neem-
sitate the cutting of column rulmmdr- the& una be
charged twenty-five per cent. nSore than our reuular
ratex, and wm only be inserted on the first and fourth
pages qf the paper. The recent change in the ar
rival and depatfire of mails, make it necessary that
chcnget in contract advertisements be sent xnby
three o'clock in the afternoon. j.
Index to New Adyertntejuitii. j
' ''O , - I-
Harwell A Harrison-Auctlon.
R. Barringer For Bent
Wm. Crowell Merchant Tailor.
HO TIE PE.XCItit .X JS.
topics just now.
are entirely i without
The board of county commissioners
meet next Monday. : ; ; . 'u;"1"; :?; ;
Building contractors aire looking for
ward to a decided revival in their busi
ness towards spring. s -.-M
The Gounod Jmusic . ciubhad a' very'
pleasant and full meetinsfat. the resi-i
nence oi uof. jviyera iasi, uin
Mr. Crowell. the merchant
not remain longer than Sundays i.fid
and see him before1 he leaves;':)"i 1 1
. a-;. - AiH WiM L,WA'JMk tilt
Charlotte is pever1 twithoat--two' er
three men trying tCsell patents', by ex
hibiting them on the streets.
The thermometer ran down twenty
six degrees during ' the,' rent-otc
liours ending yesterday morning at$
M'lock. " -,". !
Jiev. J. F; Butt writes ithe Raleigh
Christian Advo&ite that the labjors here
f Mrs. Moon and.Iis Painter result
hI in about forty accessions to Calvary
church. . . - i,
i ae roaa irom . ,w; corpotauj -Aunxi
of the town to the fair; groundsi isan
absolute nuisance atid tf disgrace-to nny
county. There arer, hlhCbXOpiaints
about it. - I f' ;rjii di io r.ioi i
A citizen of liock- Hill stood iin,hei-
citv were called. He had violated, the
dignity by li'plato4rir4l-.irf
What has become of the Murphy
in this city? We. -see no blue ribbon.
oaages on the street, norwunsiauutug
the society had at its organization
about forty members; v . ..Ms".
According ia a resolution of the
board of aldermen,- made last fall, two
extra polieemen -were added to the
force to serve during the winter months.
Their terms 'expire to-day 'Unless ' the
mayor sees" nt; ta "aatnonze ineui w
hold on tilb-the next , meeting of the
board, l'ublic opinion -seehis to rbbject
to a reductioh of tloe ,
,rQV.;nrr at ft nVlor.k. Mr.
T.,,. m ir.nnn,ho wf ihia it.ir.rWft5
marriedto MisS Annie rangh -
BaroM Th. Wind. VeL
30.28 45 N.XJ -F
30.35 47 H,E.J 11
30.21 50 N.K.. 12.
30.35 89 N.K. ... 10
30 23 6H a E. 10
30.29 53 E. 16
3a27 65 B.. s 23.
3a2fl 51 K. K 8 .IT
00.00 00 ( 0
30-80 52 N. 12
3033 47 7
80.30 58 N. " 7
00.00. 00 00
3081 52 rN.K,. 12
30.21 56 N. E. 11
00.00 00 , .0
tore thft niavor alone ; vesteraaV: monr
ing, when t the :ames ;;:of;pitendei-fe j itfzeni These conyei
aiminat fVio n9a naTMl 1iamif.V flf the 1 TTH dOingWell, 0X1(1 ;
sidence of the bride'a. father liev,: Cr.J.jjobertaof 4h CarohrntyaJoad
-Miller Hfifnrmfid the ceremony, me
niarriafffl was verv auiet. only a few of
the immediate-mends of the family be-
tug present. . . xne pnue uu. i wutua o.
vv'j-.. Tiii A.--T ,!i,t i't! ..!.. i v( r 'vfi' i
Letter Uncalled FoVP . "J1
tar. Charles Blooding, ;Milas W6,W,
"lyanc, Auaie iirem, 1. "aua,
Hannah Caldtfell, Munroe, B,Caldwe ,
Elizabeth .Dunarari. , TIi;l)avis." AlU-.
?n Davis. C. 1. Gattis. Mrs. Alice Gray,
l &'J-: A'iSmTllW FwnVmitb,
no. al Newell; Thomas' HJftaf ' Jvuss
E. J. Morrisdri,'TAddier JlcLtire "(twoj
A. r. Nichols. Manclpirs SimDton. J.J1,
Death of a' Citizen of , ; Da-ridtom
College. , .
: . Mr, Q. T. Thompoiw Tan- esteemstl
citizen "of ther villaie of Davidson oK
If go died - at hisr Lome ' in - that place
Wednesday, He was a member of the
board of town commissioners, and that
bodyjield .a - meeting yesterday,? and
v.A fnxt. fc .U.lLiJtJ.Aiitjff iM
I ... r
h About a monthiatgrj af son of Mr. J. J.
Pricey of Steel Ceek f tojsnshi p was
hunting -Willi amot&ei: jiurig manl when
b4Soiip6ninj oner" shotffoi ;L wMcM
f course destroyed, and since that time
he baa suffered to such, an extent that
f t was f eart hat ; e. . would lose the
pthereye. Yesterday Dr. Moore suc
tessfully performed .1 the operation of
cutting out the. ininred
nannertas tq ;perut of jth toseTtibiiijd
serve. tfre "otherr -1-"U -v rm -.
I9rM Thief Captured. i-. -
Sheriff Thompson,' of Spartanburg
county, SI O, arrived in the cityyester
tl.ty afternoon with a negro cnarged
withLstealing a horse from a man nam
ed Westmoreland who lives near Spartanburg.-
The negro rode the - horse to
Chester and was there captured, and
held until the sheriff arrived. He de
?fyStouuL3 Jx&Ve :got all
enr mm , W ; tne penitentiary. Mr
; It th&ntinsrWlhnSf J,iJQaf
coavntionJieldvin thisity4ast NVem
bettlmeMd!teb iotXftHESn 4the
.next e annual uiWWTJot
agi-eed uixmi and ,thp matter r-was left
in the liands of the State boaid of missions-
mg of the board, we learn it wa i'le
icMecPtG 'Utoltf the 'convention- at Oxford,
and the folio wing "appointinents u were
made : To preach the introductory ser
mon, liev. 11. H. Griffith, of rharfnttp
alternate. Rev: F. II. Jones, of 'Yahcev-
ville: to preach the missionary sermnn.
'iiiv, IU pcotu LUC xxlxOB yJ UdLL ScHIIOII.
Ue?.:l . 4 K4 fVJ(faltaiy, et Ralaigii5aK
ternate, Rev. W. B. Roval, of Wake
Tprnntp Hnv W 1 1 T?rir.jT
Railroad Notes. 0-
conductor the.Bichmond & Dknvjiiie
Railroad, haa,gQneinto merchandizfndr
in Winsfem;5f J$
nected WitrrnheWchmond Bairvrfle
Railrci3Cfomariy?;er and;-is, con
sidered TMie 3c
severed his colmection wlfli that road
and haKbeendedto the forceof the
It wasTenorted inf the iifv-viesterfliiv
that CondactSr-Tannen of the Air-ine
was quite! severely an jujir atCentral
two freight cars, but no furtherpar
An Important Matter,
A gentleman in this city is in'cbnv
munication with the committee from
the association of shoe-makers in Lyhri,
Mass, who have been appointed to visit
the South with a view to . locating a
large branch of their; business in some
of our cities or to whs. He has offered
thenrflucbrindueements as to render- it
certain that.thejfcwill at least not fail to
stop in Charlotte1 arid 'examine into the
advantages which this place affords tor
their purpose. This is a matter whicl
may be productive of great results to
Charlotte, and we are confident that our
businessmen will exert themselves to
show fully the claims which the city
affords. The association which this
committee represents is a. larcre and
wealthy organization, and the establish
ment of a branch of their business m
this locality would be a decided advan
tage to several branches of trade.
: Northern Settler' Convention.
llri iT. Dumont leaves the city to-day
to attend the convention, of northern:
settlers in this State, which convenes kv
Raleigh to-morrowr- He thinks the
attendance will be fair, though this con
vention being composed of delegates
from county conventions, can not ue
expected to be as large as tnat iieiu m
Charlotte last month, lie expects about
th irty or f Qrty delegates. . The conven
tion wiD &ssenbW, at Metropolitan J5all
at 12 o'clock oh the day mentioned. "
' Tin this cohnectioai may be mentioned;
the fact, which neither oi ine reports
of thq jtaleigh papers show, that the bill
graining an ayyivyxiaiiiuix xjx iuuo
trflUtion'f twentyrltiousando copies of
iiicitpaWedjthe Senate Moijtlayj
having previously passed :, 5 the, House,
l ulS lniOTTnariun-nr uenvctr- iruiu- mi
Pumont whoaij iif the Senate wheri
jhbiW passed and saw it ' dyefed,
. vl V . . -i ft
Rev.-P.-J. Carrawav. formerly naster
of TrvonL'8treet - Methodist 'Church, in
this cuyi. 1i43';,wTitten: a letter cottcerAi
ing the preadhmgjpJtrAIMoothQ
revivalist; in wbichf he says orher efforts
in Winston: -: . -vu'" ' s
r .Mr$.'Mooh wiismvitea Dyjtner i onig
Men's Christian -Associatiohj ,of j.this
place, to hold a series bf meetings here
invitation, and . was jomed by Miss
Iuisat Painter. They were gareatly
blessed in their labors., I have notwitj
hessed.a mox$ spfrttwl and successjjilt
work in twenty years. About one hun
ixr-eil 'snnTs nrofessed conversion, many
oi inem me uuusi, iutciiigcu ui uui miv
:ts most oi. tne m
bid fair to-make
very useiui t;nrisnaiia. imcwici .mo
Holy Gho$t"nascalled' .these women to
f ho rrent wArir in which they. are en
gaged, or they are crazy per hapX some .
would think .1 . am iricompetent'Aoaer
dde1. But the facts above-J given seem
to prove ther'formeri ir,' nowever, me
latter be true, I am prepared to saylit
would - be better ior rne cause . ojl lub
Master if there were moreserasy . wo
men in the workwj . -
Xkmt JSailroad ConvenUon. . ,;
"' The recent clasping of hands between
ti ant nhariotte Air-Line Bail-
f r0ad and the ;roads antUteamship lirtes
j comprising ; the beaboard c AWT-WPf
H aitnwtintr a crood deal "ot attention.
JtiTa Kaffiraore' Burt. of Wednesday,
I Hr. Mirafn Sihlev. QIiSeW XOAK.
I fAl ofyvlrirlriftr ;of thftl lUia10tte
Vnrth raroUhairieached vNprf olkvfeiin-
J ay night and met Mr." J ohnM, iDin-
L.J lintnf t.hftiiflnboard Hallroad
I " TwrTfft'bfhers came to
i imuij. .rr."-. a.
won J AA) , - .
n-mnnn ami ihil iui cn .iv.o.
hnrAonmxi&nv has its terminus at nam
f fSf ."iHlSi ' V arMen'
m K?a linn rrfGtl
via Charlotte. - Mr. Robinson ;and Capt.
m. Tin toNfotk
A. ... ..... JA nfltlTA I TRTIIII
literary-Kntortainntent JLaaC Niffht.
" Prof. HartleCheeft'kiiown elocu
tionist and recitationist, arrived in ; the
city yesterday morning en route to
Davidson College, where he has an en
gagement to give readings, and remain
ed tover during the day. Last night
he gave a reading at the Carolina Mili
tary Institate. -No due notice had been
given and of course, apart from the
cadets, and those associated with the in
stitution,very few persons were present.
The entertainment merited a house full
of people, Hrp Hartley baa a. name
and a fame as an elocutionist 'and ilast
night h sustained himself with-a great
deal of credit. - The selections of the
evening' were "Horatius," "Love in a
Balloon." two -scenesftom "RiD Van
Winkle," -Jimmy Butler and the Owl,"
jthe closet scene (scene 4. act 3) from
Hamlet, "Curfew Shall Not Ring To
DEach of these selections was recited
vithtancr plritnd7 With i finHBffecti'i
iis dialect recitationarrfrom. the Ger
man and the Irish were strikingly
nne, while the scene from Hamlet was
rendered with much of-the DoWerof
the dramatic artist. ' His'Hbratins and
Curfew were absolutely thrillingi andq
Z l. J 1 1 4 A . . ' 11 I
iu eyery pari, or me entenammenx! me
interest was fully kept up. , i-:
Prof. Hartley goes; this- morning to
Davidson College, thence to Statesville. r
We commend him .and. his. entertain-'
ment very cordially to the' people of
whatever places he mav visit ra M
State. ; -
Talking lriPttbtlc Aenib!iea. ' '
!Nevvsna.Der men are freauentlviim
portuneo: to write articles correcting so
cial abuses, a task which few are -pre
pared . to approach without reluctance.
Kecently there has been a good deal, of
talk in the city about the. habit,, which
some people nave ot taiKing or uttering
in public assemblies, especially -1ttl the
topera nouse, at Concerts, and all enter
tainments of this character, and: the
writer of thislias been repeatedly asked
to say something about it m the (pa-
perJ . . VV liueiiWe aie not inclined, to be
liewthat trrisTspecies-tf -armoyanceex-
lsts in Chartoejt0 fj(reater extent
than elsewhere," stnl lt'is carried far be
y ord the limits t of good aate,,,and i&
oomplaiiled of almost daily It-isifaif
from pleasant to have one's ears ting
ling with: prattle - or laughter in the
midst ot some pathetic scene, or when
endeavoring to catch every"1 Word of
some piece of delicate wit, or every
note of a harmonious strain of music,
and yet there is. scarcely, .an entertain
ment at which this 'disagreeable noise
is not heard.
If these thoughtless young people for
get the respect due others, they should
at least remember the requirements of
polite society. -4 It is probable that they
do not think of the annoyance. and disr
comfort they cause, but their thought-'
lessness'is no ex:cuse for theirf oily. li One
inveterate, talker can, ruin .the pleasure
of forty persons who are so unfortun
ate as to be near him, and when ' these
individuals , are scattered, all over the
house the audience is indeed in trouble.
We hope not to hear of any more com
plaints in this direction.
The true way invigorate a feeble system is to
Infuse activity Into the operations of the stomach!
that wondrous alembic in which the food Is trans
muted Into the constituents of blood, the chief
element of our vitality. Hosteler's Stomach Bit
ters, because it accomplishes this end, Is greatly to
be preferred to many so called tonics, useful In
deed as appetizers, but Inoperative as aids to diges
tion and assimilation. This sterling cordial, while
It invigorates the stomach, healthfully stimulates
the liver, bowels, and kidneys, ensuring the escape
through the regular channels of effete and useless
matter thrown off by the system, which Is thus
purified as weU as Invigorated by It Its tonic in
fluence Is soon made manifest by an Increase of
vital energy and a more active and regular dis
charge of every physical function, and it has the
further effect of rendering the system unassailable
by malarial epidemics?
Good cheer for Consumptives.
There Is a form of consumption which was better
Indicated by the old fashioned name of "decline."
It is the dreaded scourge of some parts of tbe
Southern States, claiming more victims every year
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
of the yellow fever. The malady arises from the
inability of the patients' sy stem to take up and as
similate the nourishing Ingredients of the food
that is eaten. Some years ago the medical profes
sion with remarkable unanimity, agreed that Cod
Liver Oil contained the most concentrated and
-SensUy absorbed elements of nutrition. If the nau
seous taste and smell of the oU could be avoided it
would unquestionably be the most sovereign reme
dy that ever shed a healing blessing on the human
race. And these repulsive properties are success
fully removed by the union of pure Cod Liver Oil
tbe'Hypophosphltes of' Lime and Soda in
Scott' Emulsion. The combination la a most ele
gant one. pleasant as sweet milk In flavor, conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power
ful yet gentle tonic of the brain and nervous sys
tem. . ..tf, tCoBsunptiea tared. I
An old physician, retired from practice, havlnS
had placed In his hands M an East India mlssiort
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
Ptongaffeotlonn, alse-'toositfvend radical cure for ;
nervous demuty ana au nervous compiamis, aner
having tested Its wonderful curative powers in;
KusarWsot'oatevhaa fettlt hli duty to Make it
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human Buffering, I'
wttliendj frrierof criarge; to all wfco-desire IW this
recipe, with run directions ror prepanng ana using;
In German, French or English. Sent hy mall by
addressing wllh stamp, naming this papet r W. W. '
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, New York.
Why not make up your minds, at present, what -
Hotel you are going to stop at when you arrive in
New.York The .Grand Centra on "WSgw"
now kept on both the American" plan af$2.50 to;
83.00, and the Earopean plan at $1.00, and up
wards, per day. An elegant Restaurant at moder-,
ate prices Is conducted by the Hotel.
tElffiEAPfllfl IAuET REPOML
BALTEMOKH-Oats steady; Southern 31a32, Wes
tern white 81a3HA, do mixed 2a30, Pennsyl;
crania 31a32 Hayunchanged; . prune JPenn-
sylvarUa and Marjand liai-A'iTOViMons easier;
mess por&,oia v. t o, new xu. uaii, uuii wnu
loose shoulders 4Ui, clear rib sides 5, per CM
load, xjacl:aew4Wja6i baconhouldrs,d
4 clear rib sides, new 614, hams, sugareuretn
yaio. iarowrennea ueroes .-i va-. uuiwsr--jvubi.
choice Western packed jsaau. rpus loajjB,"
q Knnft 9R KiiTwrflnn WsteniandStatft3.60a3.65.
common to good extra Western and State 8.80a.
3. WO, good to choice do 4.00a4.60; aouthern nour
DMxtuy: cumiiivii w iau caiu v.wou.av,-
ta. eholae do 5.25a6.50. Wheat-ungraded- wmy
tpr xd KMial.13. No. 2 do l.WUai.iu. Jo:
conee quieif apa.n,iaiaquu?3u m
goes IWmilvm. uoftiaw ufjiw- Dugar uuu,
Cuban 5afiiJaJr to grefhdnjsjBSsaetts, prtoe
6; retaed-tandard, A BlaVi, graniafced,
powdered 8ia8, crushed 9. Molassea-l'ew'piy
leans 25a37. Bice in moderate request and steady.
Porkmess on spot iUSaia,, ,ard-prlme steam
B,5a700-' Whiskey at ,07Si. Freights MA. ;
COTTON .sMbK ;
O-WsVT w";-jr tiv n..'j , Jtjav uovll :
4NoRr6tearmidmiri 9'6-iBr!Tnet recefti
1.243; gross ; stock zo.Vio; expwne -tomiwmw
84;,alea, w; stock ' ; ."fwwjcwi
OrpmneVs'-; exports to Great Brttatn-
BoarroH-FIrWf 'fStowfite lowinlddling
tnu. vwi nntiAM (in nM Aeelnts 1J)A4: rross
f 1 ;a twTaales ; stock 2,3t58rexports to Great Brit
ain - . , - 1
.rr .... tMxl IfM livffl
'dllna SJo. j good , oTdlnttry 814; net ' receipts 270;.
eross sales" J stock 6.213;'splmiers---f-x-
' Phitadilphia Tlrm; middling tre. i low
middling QVge. good ordinary 8?sc; net receipts
43; gross 217;. Bales 829; spinners, 2,74; -stock
P,5M; exports- to Great Britain 1,038. .i
AuGowi-Steady; middling 8&; low rnld-dling-
8iAc,; . exxj. owlinary yCi' sarelPte- 858;
Bhipments'-. sales at&; stooa fiP
Charleston Steady; Tnlddltrtg- .9err4pw-'mld!
dling 91.; good ominary swinei'-iawp:
kqo. ' saift, HKO; stock 86.431: eiiorts
ww, "i.' i , nhr. -wr -i.
Dniuiu 'iiWVi noun
Tsmgood 6rulTiary 9o.Vnel Tecelptt jgro
I s5k- aiA oorntno.k7.048: exDorts-' coastwise
Ksw Toss Qmet; sales 610: mlddllhg trplands
0 13-16. mid. Orleans ft 1&16; consolidated net n
eelpu 16,648, erporta tomma JuttaXu 12,760;
Continent 100; France .
: TjrTKKPOCHi Noo?i TJofl, ---uneftanged." lTplania-i
CPfoU uneana, ovra, torn nuaonng upiawia i
good ordbmry apUnds ordinary aplanda
ales 1J0O0. peculation - and-export 600. !
eelpts 8(0. all.. American.! Futuressellers at
lastalsnt'a prleesv L'pUada low mkldllft clauses
Fehruacr oellverv 648.-. February and afarca
Macea ond Aril v AbtU and Mai f . May and
Juaoo-lrlOyJoM d July lJJ&ad Aug
nst , August and, September -September and
October .Mew.erop shipped Janowy peraatt-s
Febfuarji-aodMaKl Tifs-ic ,wfnt .
May .... 10.10a.ll
July cvt-rrt'vt.fYvyi ,J05a37
August .! A. ft IT 10.44.a45
September... ..... T -i.f. ?.!. J.. 1 10 .2tta.27
November....,....-,,, ... ,.. , 9 .80a. 90
, .1 ..VI
: Nrw Tom-Money 1.04. Exchange 4,85a86.
governments active. New 5's 1.04 State bonds
CITY COTTON MARXXT. '
air 28. 1879. C
- v , CfcABLOTT. February
The market yesterday closed quiet, as follows:
Strict low mlddUrjg:, .
Lower grades..... t..
CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MAEIE7
New, per bale....
SDliced. " ....
Baggimg. oer lb.
Cobm, per bush'l
PXA8, " .....v.;
Oats, shelled,, .,..,.,.
Bacom ' '-
N. C hog round
Hams, J. C...
Hams, uncanvassed. . .
aear Bib Sides.
COTFKB - , rr
New Orleans ....... , . .
Eggs, per dozen.
Family ..,..:. .v.. .
51 0 1
ji .sT.Mii.i J
.Ji' .ch-'i 5 v i u yon-?, r
-Don't fall to call and get a supply.
ply Just received. -----
A fresh sup-
-A J -t
go tbjugrit Constantlne when he became a con
vert, because a "Pagan" refused to" absolve hfm
from the garUjo hlj inj "christian"
readily agreed, and spedaQy manufactured for
him a "sign" by which he was to "conquer."
Henry the VHT In turn rejected Constantlne's
specialty and became the "defender of the new
Falth'.'.wIUj hi ajx .wlys, one. only putUvmg Mm,
SeverThundred yeara'oelore Constahune lived Solo
mon, who bmiitfi'ehipfe wlfli hothouses, court,
Ac., on 20 acres of ground, 700 wlves.800 dltto-fa
good sized population to the acre. The Queen of
Sheba admired bis wisdom much more than his
magnificence, and significantly remarked that "the
hali of fits greatness had not been told her"; but
after he declared tbr.t "all is vanity,'' buQt high
places for the worship of heathen deities aad died.
Napoleon Bonaparte, 'on his narrow escape from
the Inflowing tide of the Red Sea, while passing
through on the spot where Pharaoh and his horse
perished, exclaimed; "It I had perished here like
Pharaoh, what a text I would have furnished Ortho
doxy" and C. a Hones 'toadverOse his Confection
eries and Groceries at the "Rising Sun,? on Trade
street opposite' the ITirket Bouse, where every-
thing In the abane Unas may to foaadi Inoladlng
Ferry's Gfy'eedsJ rjamed Pruttav
Nuts, Teas, Coffeea, Sngars, Pickles, "fine Cigars
and Tobacco, Toys, c C. S. BOLTON,
iebll ,Xi.i, Jo , X i y.-yjdi H
Democrat and. Home copy. . -, . : . . r ...
"TTVR.!).' CDONOGHTJE. "; J
Jf ft f -flfl'V-." f, ' ll ' "
Office n tbe Signal Office, over Tradem' NaOonaJ
Bank. n 8t 8o6-r fp-; -,..w,,.n, f-vxr
Calls, night or day, will noeive prompt attentlo,
febl9,lwk,d i.)f,w .
LEE W. BATTLE, II. p.Hm fe-r".
the Traders' National Bank, can be. f Dund there
all hours during the day. and ainu residence o
ner seventh ana cauege streets, at Bigot.
iJ f..t !'.)!
The uuderslgned Is now prepared to fill all orderi
for every elaas ot 0adertaktQg.
fun assortment of t
HaTlng oq Mad a
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BUBIAL C.4SES,
Both Wood and Uetahc.
"; FBKsa as low as iar.
'Hearsee furnlahed rf desired.
Yiinutara of emy Description Bepalred at ahor
mthX.0. BogeJB, Trade Stzeet.
SX HX-NO TEA.
HX-lfd ia Tea In tta n&mral eomflttm. each a
the Chinese themselves drink, and for, the follow
Inc coed reaaons ta sold only la original pound and
package. .f .-;H ,;-! '.-J'-i'r' .
It la weighed and packed where it can be done
cheapest and best ... . .,
li can d easuy laentmea oy the consumer. . ..
It keeps the Tea better.
It prevent adulteratton tn America. ; .-
Wear the arenta for. HX-NO Tea In this ettr.
and ask our friends to gtve it a trial. If not satia
factorv we will eheerfuur take it back and refund
the money. . I B. WBJSTON CO.,
reo o. Charlotte, n. u
rpo BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Bids for
-L the construction of the following buildings will
be received until the 6tk of March, next:
une JsncK mock, nrst noor containing two store
houses, mayor's ana police office s. with an oriera
One Brick Block, containing nine store houses.
with two stories obove for a hotel.
Plans and specifications for first named block.
may be seen at the office of Q. u Norman, archi
tect; also, for hotel block at same office on and af
ter the 24th Inst. Buildings. to be completed by
1st of October next : Contractor to give , bonds.
Bight to reject any or all bids reserved.
B. K. HXINTT8H, .
JL L. BOWDEN,
W. C. CANNON.
Committee for Town Counell.
- K. I.. BOWDEN.
W. WASH THOMPSON,
H. K HUNITSH,
Committee for Building Association,
febl3,lm,eod Spartanburg, S. C.
SPLENDID LINE OF
Fine Teas, all grades, Just in, at
2Q BABBEXS WHITE AND RED
WILSON & BUB WELL.
gPLXNDID HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS !
' DEMORESrS MONTHLY.
A grand combination of the entertaining, the
useful and the beautiful, with fine art engravings
and oil pictures in each number. Price 25 cents,
post free. Yearly $8, with an unequalled premi
um, two splendid oil pictures, Bock of Ages and
the Lion's Bride, 16x24 inches, mounted on can
vass; transportation 50 cents extra. Send postal
card tor full particulars. Address W. JENNINGS
DXMOBEST, 17 East 14th street, N. Y. Do not
fail to see the splendid February No.
Having bought out the entire stock of Brown it
Co., we will sell the stock of Notions (which were
bought very cheap) regardless of their actual value.
We will discontinue keeping them, and wish to
dose tneaa entirely out. a call win save you mon
ey. WEDDINGTQN tt ALLEN,
Successors to Brem, Brown & Co.
Feb. 18 dStAwlm.
E ABE ALWAYS BEADY
And willing to show goods whether or not rou are
ready to buy. L. B, WRISTON A CO.B
LACK STRAP MOLASSES
Under cost bv the barrel, bv
"YyrLSON Sc BUR WELL, Druggists,
Have lust received.
1 Sheiry Wlne
- . Flavoring Extracts,' ,
" - .
An of the best quality for retail trade.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of
wnjamin eparks, ueceaseu,
U- , - vs.
The Seta at Law of Benjamin Sparks, deceased
MOTIC8 -OF FIN A!. SKTTXJQtKNT.
It appearing to the'satisfaction of the Court that
Lvdla Dim nut wife of Paton Dimmit. Hannah
Felts: wife of John Felts, John Sperks, and Eliza
beth Beddlk, wife of John Beddlk, are heirs at law
in tms case ana non-resiaents oi tne state,
It Is therefore on motion ordered by the Court
that advertisement be made for six weeks in Tbb
Charlotte Obsibyxk, notifying said defendants
to a d Dear at the Clerk's office in Yadklnville with'
in. twenty days after service of this notice, and let
them take notice that If they fall to appear that the
same will be taken pro confesso ana exwrto as to
Gtvwn under my hand and seal of office In Yad
klnvnie, this the 10th day of FebruanvA. D 1879.
. XoAAV . visa A Al
' - 1 Probate Judge.
$200 111 CASH WILL njBjCHAS
-A Power Printing OPress, Guernsey make,' old
style, size of bed 26x4. Inches. Was In use until
replaced by a new. on' . Address J. . C. BAILEY,
editor Enterprise an" Mountaineer, Greenville,
BUISrS GARDEN SEED. -:; .
A large supply of these popular seed, tustreceiv
Jan39 -.- - - ; .
rpO TOTJB INTEREST. , "
By calling at-
J, You cahseethe finest lot of;.
DECORATED TOILET, DINNER AND TEA SETS
' '" Ever brought to the Southern Stales.
New Goods' from all foreign factories. Decora
ted Ware in unlimited Quantities from Limoges,
J 80 SQUP AND SAUCE TUREENS
Just received, which wju be sold at a mere sacrifice.
... ., . .... :;
Jv " ToCraieeof as5rted
j rrrr?TAMPlc cnt ware- -
for the IHtfesaletaia merchants
will find to seU as well as W. G. goods, as it nas
all the white granite shapes. .
Can and etmvtoci ymnWrFof tte tact that
i 7 ri
-carries' ttje largest
- - ' ton TWJg .
..5tl ,p..jsai; w' ,v.fAj jiaqn ia-'Pt
; , . ; WHOLfSALX AND BET All. TRADE
.!; Ij-Ui..n-: "ij'i'Iii f'si jpjt-t
. ...f -i..r.--' Omk x . "T
tAJtOLINA CENTRAL '
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
This Line belnt; fuTftr' equipped lbr bustheas,
. GfeeavtOe, Spaciaabais, aO. Stations
- f ill , 1 : . Attaotte, Tennsasea St Ohio.
. ' Aawellaa itotnts In Georgia
1 - Insaranee tod Rates guaranteed as Low is
(Ben. Freight Agent, Wttrfltafton, N. C.
Dvuoa and gjXt&ixinta..
,R. J. H. MCADEN,
DKCGorar ikd enaoat,
Now offers to the bade a tun stock of
Labin'S Extracts and Colognes,
, English Select piees,
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
EngOah, French and
American Tooth Brashes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. MoADENiS
C. WEST ft SONS'
EXTRA NO. 1 KEROSENE
West's Extra No. l Kerosene Oil. from C West Si
Highest Medal awarded at Ceiitennial Exposition.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before tt will
Durn. v. west ft sons, Baitunors.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. McADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SCARR ft CO.,
keab tex rofrr-omcz,
Would respectfully mform the public that they
have opened a retail and family Drug Store, near
the Post-Offlce, and soodt the pabonage of their
friends and the pubac generally. .
Prescriptions aad family recipes dispensed with
great care and pure Drugs.
jj-oncE. ' i -
By virtue of the power conferred In mortgage
made by T. J. WUklnaon and Laura H. Wilkinson
to the Charlotte Building and Loan Association, I
wCl sell at public auction, a house and lot of land
fronting on the N.-C Railroad, in souare Na58.
beginning at a stake on the N. C Railroad and run
nlrTg with said road to L. A. Phillips' corner, thence
with her line 1 SO feet to a stake, thence narallel
with said railroad 4 feet to J. B. ShanRonaonee's
one,' uence w uie Degmnmc wmcn is t now
elaimed subject to said mortcare by E. W, Mellon.
Said property to be sold at the court house door In
the elty of Chartotte.on the 1st Monday in March,
1879, for cash, the amount due the Charlotte
Building and Loan Association being S22&25,
mm cow oi aorcrBsing awi saie.
B. E. COCHRANE,
decl9tds ' ' Sec'y and Trea&
mi' i , ' . . ..... ..i.i..im. - mi .,
d. e. MAiweix.
TyAXWELL ft HABRfSOJ-
BuyandseUoneonsJgBawntall kinds of,
- MERCHANDISE ANt COUNTRY PEODUCEi-
Win give strict pertooal
Wtentien to an boamees eias1tolteta'earev
' 1 ' Four oaWe Charlotte rotet '
' ' . i j . ,i .,2. f -, K. !
. i i i.
' y x
' ' 'WE
HAVE " '
' rl THIS DAT
: . t. Hi-fi '
r-j:i ::' . ' ':".' '.'i.si-: uj v-.jnfl f,.! '-h' i'i nr Willi 4n U--l'K
- ' vt-,:i -''LBEAUTlllJU'LlJJE. p7;f j.vl'f ,!'- jf" i.iwiiis-
. ..ji jjis'.Jrili ..ui:cJ.I ..-.yitSO JJ--
. 4 HAMBUBG EMBBQiPKSi
' :T Jh'j?,rr' ''aM1 V "CYERlHXAPl'ii.tl'-4' .Hir "
- V'-'ci -Jstvwi'j filr .;i.-'t-x .trrr, h'll: lii,h' 'Jfi ,lliw. ,Vil
i CIIIIiDREN?S- CUFFS -ATOT ' COTJL'ATlS.
y- n-r.;iM-t r.H v .!.iI'CallaJlVIseettein., J'r T-"' ' r". L" -1
y- sii.'; v' f'-b 'Is-xh ,im.r.Ksii ; i -!,' - 'ju ; ' l'A,,' ' i ALZXAKDES ft rTAiinS.
NORTH CAROLINA, c :-
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
often unequalled faculties for the Trans portion of
Charlotte, Statesvllle, Ashevtlle, Ruthertordto a
on the Atlanta as Richmond Alr-Tjae., v ;;
and WeetetoKCRallrotda, , Z
Alabama and Mississippi.
' WM. A. MOODY, '
Bouthweetern Freight Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
' . . , :; ! . J
"" 1 : ' " T. T.8MTTH, ;
' ' As a a Railway, Charlotte.
LOUISIANA STATE WrTTERY. 'u..,(,'
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
" . '- : ,. .""! '- r-' i . j '' !'
To win a fortune. . Third Grand Distribution.
Class c, at New Orleans, Tuesday, March
Uth, 1879-I06th Monthly Drawing, i ,
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. '
This Institution was reaularir
the Legislature of the State for. Educational
Charitable purposes m 1868, fob tsm txbv or
Twajcri-nva txabs, to which contract the Inviola
ble faith of the 8tate is pledged with a capital ot
i.uw.yuu, to wmcn k nas since aaoea a iteserve
nnd Of S350.00a Its GRAND SINGLE NTJM-
BEB DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on
the second Tuesday. It new scales or postpones.
Look at the following distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each.
eta, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES : .
1 Capital Prize,. ......
1 Capital Prize,
1 Capital Prize
Prises of 1,000..'
20 Prizes of 600........ .....
100 Prizes of 100 , .
200 Prizes of 50
600 Prizes of 20
1)00 Prizes ot 10.... ... -
APPROXIMATION PRIZES :
9 Approximation Prizes of
0 Approximation Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of
1857 Frizes, amounting to...... .... 1110,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
ttrorninent points, to whom a liberal eomoensatlon
ADDUcauon for rates to elubs should onlr be made
to the Home Office in New Orleans. , :.
write, clearly statins fan address, for full infor
mation or send orders to ' j v '
Jt. A. DAUPHIN,
Postoffice Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawlnri are trader
the supervision and aaanagement of GENERALS
G. T. BEAUREGARD andJUBAL A, EARLY.,'
febll i ...
JfROM DR. S. J. BELT, M. D.,
BALTIMORE, M. D.
I have prescribed Colden's Lelblgs Liquid Ex
tract of Beef and Tonkj Invlgorator, and cheer
fully state that It has met my most sanguine ex
pectations, giving to patients long enfeebled by
ohronlc diseases, debility, weakness, loss of appe
tite and Indigestion, the needed TiurrltloTi'nnd
nerve food. Sold by all Druggists.
An A DAY to Aaents can'
SB I stra VwrroK." Terms and outfit free,
dress P. O. VICKXBYAugusta, Maine.
Q A Fancy Cards, Chromo, Snowflake, Ac. no two
tHJ alike, with name, 10 cents. J. Mlnkler ft
Co, Nassau, N. Y. 1
pa Snowflake, Motto, c, no two alike, or 25 el
jJ egant chromo cards, 10v Nassau Card Co.,
Nassau, N. Y. , , .
A77 month and expenses guaranteed to
en I I Agents. Outfit tree Shaw ft Co.. Augus
ta, Maine ,'. .
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING BUREAU, 10
. Spraee stieet, New York. - . . ;h '
& S. FEGRAM has withdrawn 'from the firm of
PEG RAM CO. U All' persons who- owe the late
firm, prior to February 1st, 1879 most call and
settle with Pegram ft Ca i .m,- ... ,- i -
we win conunue tne wot ana snoe ousiness at
same stand as before. First National Bank
buuoinsCharioae..ui I -iv-
wwmsvT a a ma
Home and Democrat copy
QHANGE OF BUSINESS,
Having retired from the,
I..;..iii.Hl j4. J JUrAfl.rUlR'i aj;
We are now dally referring a good' supply of
at our old stand en College street, we wm he pleased
to see our many friends.
We make Grain'a srcIaBy.'Ej 1
LONG 4 BROTHER,'.
R A FIRST CLASS
Smoke call and get a Suelor, at .x tj
I, '"'nf--"tr,r- troihah
A LeROY DAVIDSON'S.
s--rl -f4il! If ;lrli!iU h ttil iM t- (f , i -AiUM -,ti
;,(! . ,T fI 'HVfKi i Jl-iUi"
. i Also Orchard Grass,. Blue Grass, and, Lucerfif."
j3iff Just received by,. tf u
-., v . : - .-1 WILSON ft BURWELLi
HATE -' 1'U "intt u(J i"
111 RT'(.HV -
- r -i 1 - -. " ' "
RECEIVED A - rr-.u ,i i i
if - '
wVTt-' .-'-e" . ' ..iIhT f - Virfnnia.'from' Wilmingtonr Delaware, coastwise 925; Great Brl
' " V " rf J51 - v ' s
" - ' ' lWJi,
JjuJii V J