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Stye Cljorbtte b0erpnr.
CBA8. K. JOAIbb,
"Free rom Mif -inn that tfetttw ur
fret-1 orn reason."
TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1879.
I.VTERVIEVVS WISH DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS
MEN. The Xew York Herald recently pub
lished interviews with tlte Democratic
members of Congress from the State of
Xew York, as to the next Democratic
presidential nominee, and has supple
mented this with' A publication;, cover
ing the views of all the, Peniocratip
members of the lower house of the
forty-fifth Congress, the interviews oc
cupying eight and a half columns of the
Herald of Saturday last. The views of
the C ongressuien are of interest, and
th great unanimity of sentiment on
certain subjects is significant. The to
tal number of members interviewed
was 127. Ttnrman is the first choice
of 50 of these, arid to 1 1 is acceptable ;
Hendricks is the first choice of 12, and
to 28 is acceptable ; Bayard is the first
choice of 10, and to 19 is acceptable ;
Tilden is the first choice of 13, to 9 is
acceptable' and "against him are .77.
Forty-two "declared that they had no
especial choice, and nearly the whole
number are 6f opinion that Grant will
be the Republican nominee.
We copy in full what the Democratic
Congressmen from Xorth Carolina have
to say on the subject :
Mr. Jesse Y. Yeates, of the first dis
trict of Xorth Carolina, said that Thur
man is a wise, good, honest and faithful
mtriot and a suitable man for the
standard bearer of the Democracy. Mr.
Yeates thinks he will receive the
Democratic nomination in 1880. Til
den was elected President and should
have secured the office. The South was
solid for him and ready to stand with
the Xorth on any proposition to give
Mr. Tilden his rights. He (Mr. Yeates)
voted for the electoral commission as
the only way to settle the dispute. Mr.
Tilden failed to push his claim as he
should have done. The Southern peo
ple had wanted him as President, but
they did not desire to go to war, as they
have had enough They oppose war
now. Tilden was badly treated by
some of his friends in Xew York. Mr.
Yeates thought Grant would be the
Mr. Alfred M. Waddell, of the third
district, thinks Thurman is the coming
man. Tilden is not popular enough,
although he was badly treated. Xorth
Carolina prefers Thurman. Hendricks
is also liked. Grant, he thinks, will be
the choice of the Republicans.
Mr. Joseph J. Davis, fourth district,
believes Thurman has the inside track.
If Jiayard puts himself on proper re
cord he will be a great favorite. Til
den had one fair trial. The wrong
which was perpetrated on him will
create sympathy, but not enough to
justify the Democratic party in trying
him again. Grant is (Be coming man
with the Republicans, and will carry
all that element that wants to 'inau
Mr. Alfred M. Scales, fifth district,
thinks the contest rests between Thur
man, Bayard and Tilden. A reaction
has taken place in favor of Tilden, but
before the reaction he had no chance.
Thurman suits the South. The people
of that section have not looked for
ward to Tilden's renomination. They
are anxious for Thurman or Bayard.
Some prefer Mr. Hendricks. His sec
tion of the State is favorable to thur
man. Grant will be nominated-by the
Mr. Walter L. Steele, sixth district,
says Tilden has no chance. There is a
feeling of hostility toward him. The
Democrats have been particularly fond
of Xew York for the past ten years,
and a change is necessary. Ile per
sonally, does not want Tilden. Thur
man is his preference. Under Thur
man, he thinks, the liberty of citizens
and proper rights of the people will be
fully protected. Grant, lie says, is the
winning horse for the Republican
Mr. William M. Robbins, seventh dis
trict, thinks "the probabilities are that
Thurman is the coming man with the
Democrats, as ho occupies a command
ing position before the country md
Senate, and the country sees that he
takes on all great measures manly and
statesmanlike positions, such as to
commend him to the Democratic party,
who are zealous for popular liberty and
local self-government Hendricks is a
good man, too, but he seems to be in
the background. Bayard is in a promi
nent position, and has the confidence of
the country for his noble character and
unquestionable integrity and devotion
to right But he is comparatively a
young man and can afford to wait. I
think the party would prefer to take
Thurman now. One reason why the
Democrats have lost so many elections
is because they had. Xew York Candi
dates. Another reason of defeat,
whether just or unjust, is, a very
general feeling prevails among the
Democrats that Mr. Tilden did not
come to the front and show the quality
of bold leadership in the crisis of the
last election. Indications at present
point to Grant as the Republican nomi
nee. Grant will likely command the
vote of the Southern Republicans. Mr.
Blaine is making a strong effort to sup
plant Grant in the affections of the
Southern Republicans. Grant has the
inside track. Secretary Sherman is
strong with certain classes of Republi
cans but seems to lack the element of
personal magnetism and popularity."
Mr. Robert B. Vance, eighth district,
is of the opinion that either Ilendricks
or Thurman will be nominated by the
Democrats. He thinks these men are
more acceptable to the party, particu
larly in the South. Tilden cannot be
renominated. Grant is sure to be the
Republican nominee. The green
back movement amounts to nothing.
It is limited in extent. The Democrats
and Greeabaeker8- wilt unite to- -carry
out to some extent the wishes of the
Utter. He regards: Thurman as the
stronger man, and his . late bold stand
on repealing the test oath and the Fed
eral election supervisor laws further
strengthened him. ,-,
If anything is neeueu to convey an
idea of the relative strength of the four
candidates mentioned, further than the
figures, in the summary published in
the first paragraph of this article, we
copy the following from the Herald's
elitorial on the subject. In the light of
the interviews the following presents
he case fairly:
It is evident that Mr. Til
Aan instead of beins the general prefer
ence of his party, is strongly objected
to as a weak and undesirable candidate
by a large majority of the Democrats of
Tin XbA atates. In the South, ffi the
West md m the Pacific coast the senti-
f cat," . is almost nnani-
" nlntt hirreWinatlon
" rr Fi.4 no0flrtinn noon our own
fefnM Mr. Tilden s menua
jv". ,t, , a. ;f nf race ii is a
itn.tip potat of t it .
BimDle statement or suuixuj
Sral drift of the Vgf
frrviaws which we publish. Is it sijp
Sble that all the Democratic Con
SSfflSn?lw mistaken respecting
t ie sentiment of their own Si a es ard
districts y If they are mistaken it is
their mistake and not ours; we merely
report what they say. The reasonable
presumption is that they understand
the views of their constituents, and it is
difficult to see what motive they can
have to misrepresent them. If they
reflect the sentiment of their respective
localites the nomination of Mr.-Tilden
is impossible without a great change of
public sentiment in the Democratic
party. . .'
There is disclosed in these interviews
a strong drift of Democratic preference
for " Mr. ' Thurman throughout the
South and throughout the West. But
the sentiment in favor o"f Thurman is
by no means so decided and general as
the opposition to Tilden. Some of the
Southern and Western Democrats think
almost as well of Hendricks as they do
of Thurman, and a smaller number
have a leaning toward Bayard; but
throughout those large sections, as well
as in the Pacific States, any one of
the three would be decidedly pre
ferred to Mr. Tilden. The knowl
edge of this fact will weaken
him in his own State, where he has
many enemies in the Democratic party.
If the Democratic national convention
were to be held to-morrow, and if the
Democratic members of the late Con
gress were to be the delegates, Mr. Til
den would not only fail to get the nom
ination, but he would rank as low as
the third on the list of defeated candi-
Will Mr. Tilden lose or gain in the
elections of this year? If the Demo
crats carry Ohio and lose New York
Mr. Tilden's chances, and even his hopes,
will be extinguished. . If, on the other
hand, the Democrats carry Xew York
and lose Ohio, Mr. Tilden will be en
couraged to continue the fight.
While Mr. Tilden appears thus weak
at present, and while it is not to be de
nied that he is not as strong as he once
was, it must at the same time be borne
in mind that the Congressmen inter
viewed as above, have not been among
their people lately, and have no means
of knowing how strongly the currents
may have turned in Tilden's favor with
in the past few months. That the reac
tion has been very marked since his ap
pearance before the Potter committee,
on which occasion he forcibly denoun
ced uthe rape of the presidency," and
himself held up clean, hands, will not be
questioned by those who have since
that time mingled with the people and
sought their views; and even with the
opinions of the members of the forty
fifth Congress before them it will hardly
be safe for the President-makei-s to
leave Mr. Tilden out of their calcula
tions for 1S80.
However, at this hour of the day, the
whole canvsiss of this question is flat
and unprofitable. Fifteen months will
intervene between this time and the
meeting of the national Democratic
convention to nominate a candidate for
President, and what forces may be set
in motion to knock down one favorite
and hoist another intojiis place cannot
even be guessed at. A thousand thirgs
may occur to turn the scale in favor t f
this and against that one, and all that
may be said on the subject now the
'THE FitbEDOAI OF THE MES
We haw read the testimony taken
before the legislative c uninitteo ap
pointed to investigate, we lo not
know exactly who or what. We had
supposed that the matter to be investi
gated by the gentlemen composing the
committee that we speak of was the
cnarge preterm! ov the .New 1 oik
Times' Raleigh correspondent against
certain members of the Legislature of
187C-'7T, who had acted as deputy
sheriffs in carrying the election returns
to Raleigh, and against whom it was
alleged that on account of this service
they had drawn double per diem and
mileage. From the reading of the
testimony, however, we are persuaded
that it was not the legislator-sheriffs
but the Raleigh News which was being
investigated. Nothing apiears from
the testimony except a purpose to get
at the .authorship of certain editorial
articles which have lately appeared in
the Neios in reference to the Western
Xorth Carolina Railroad. If we, at
this distance, have anv correct under
standing of the circumstances of the
case it was the committee's business to
examine the charges against the gentle
men who were under the cloud and to
report the result of its investigations.
It apiears to us that when a committee
is appointed to hunt up fraud in con
nection with election returns, alleged to
have been perpetrated in 1877, it quite
transcends its authority when it under
takes to find out who writes certain
railroad articles in newspapers in 1879.
This is no affair of ours and we have
no interest in it individually speaking,
but we cannot permit a legislative com
mittee or any other body of men to thus
trench upon the liberties of the press
without lifting a voice in protest. Col.
Clark, one of the owners, and Mr, Jor
dan, one of the lessees of the News, did
right in declining to answer the im
pertinent questions put to them as to
the paternity of the editorials which
have so stirred up the members. We
dissent totally from the ground taken
by the News in reference to the West
ern North Carolina Railroad, but we
are prepared to make common cause
with it or any other newspaper or news
papers against any set of men who
take it upon themselves to pry into the
secrets of the sanctum. In plain terms
it is no business of the General Assem
bly who edits any newspaper; if any
journal offends personally against any
legislator, he can doubtless, upon pro
per application, be introduced to the
offending pariy. At all events that
is early enough for him to begin his
The New Cable Company.
Liverpool, March 10. The Liver
pool Courur's London correspondent
telegraphs as follows : "The new
French-American cable company will
be formally brought before the public
some day this week. The cable is in
grocess of construction and is expected
) be laid during the coming summer."
The Richmond Slayer Indicted.
Richmond, March 10. The grand
jury of the Hustings court, of this city,
to-day indicted Jno.&Poindeter for the
murder of young Curtis last week. The
trial is set for Monday next.
Would an Irredeemable Currency be as good as
gold? While there Is a very large class of lntelll-
Sent citizens who believe It would, we regard it our
uty to all alike to say that as a cure tor old sores,
cuts, bruises, lams and slashes, there Is nothing
like Carbolic Salve. Beware ol counterfeits.
English (lowing and American Walk
ing Matches. -:
London, March 10. 1 he Sportsman
says lianion is at Brooklahds,: near
Manchester, and is going throigua
daily routine of strong exercise both
afloat and ashore. He will shortly re
move to Newcastle and go into regular
training on the Tyne. At present he
is out of condition as he scales 112
pounds against 148 when he rowed
Courtney. He also complains that his
hands are very' tender from lack of
A match has been made between the
champion Elliott and an unknown over
the Tyne course -to take place a month
after the Hanlon-Hawdon match. The
name of the unknown will be declared
on the day of the Hanlon-Hawdon
New York, March 10. At a quarter
past 10 o'clock this morning Rowell had
completed 52 miles, O'Leary 47, Harri
man 45 and Ennis 42 miles in the great
international walking match at Gil
more's Garden. Great crowds of people
surrounded the outside of the building
and inside the attendance was large.
Rowell kept up a trotting gait while
O'Leary maintained a steady walk.
The grestest' excitement is aroused by
this contest and betting on the result
has not changed from what it was last
evening, viz : 3 to 2 on O'Leary. The
pedestrians are all in good condition.
Bets were freely offered to-day at $500
even on O'Leary against the field.
Later At 3.15 p. m. the score was
as follows: O'Leary, 68 miles and 7
laps; Rowell 74 miles and 7 laps; Har
riman60 miles and b" laps; Ennis 60
miles and 6 laps. '
Likelihood that the DeBroglle-Fonrton
Ministry will Sot be Impeached.
London, March 10. The Republiqiie
Francalse, Gambetta's organ, of Paris,
pronounces decidedly against the im
peachment of the IJeBroglie-Fourtou
ministry. It says: "The report of the
commission, while able, grouping the
acts of men who openly revolted against
the national will, reveals no new facts,
and though the accused richly deserve
to be tried, the prosecution would be
big with inconvenience, not to say peril.
Even if the Senate gave a verdict of
guilty a trivial sentence could only re
sult. The Daily Nezvs' correspondent says:
"This opinion, which is doubtless Gam
betta's, will, I think, turn the scale.
The moderate papers, such as the Jour
nal Dee DeBats, The Temps, and the
Soir, argue that the multitude of mis
demeanors committed by the DeBroglie
ministry are sufficiently punished by
the failure of most of them, and more
over they are bound by the statute of
limitations. As for the charge against
the Kocheiort cabinet, ot organizing a
cowp d'etat, although the moral proof is
strong there is much doubt whether an
overt act could be legally established."
Horrible Barbarities in Burmah.
Calcutta, March 10. The state of
affairs in Mandalay is creating grave
anxieties. The garrisons in Brith Bur
mah have been doubled. The Burmese
have interrupted the telegraph line be
tween Rangoon and Mandalay, but the
situation in upper Burmah is regarded
very serious for European residents.
It is stated that while the recent massa
cres at the instance of the King only
amounted to forty, the killing was at
tended Dy every possiDie atrocity. The
victims were beaten and kicked. Wo
men were shamefully abused. The
royal princes were reserved to the
last and made to witness the torture
and death of their families. The bodies
of all the victims were thrown into old
Has Honest John Been Pardoned.
Washington, D. C. March 10. The
intelligence which is denied from Char
leston, S. C- that ex-Senator Patterson
had received full pardon for his alleged
offences in outh Carolina, came from
Mr. Patterson himself.
Both Gov. Simpson and Attorney
General Youmans, of South Carolina,
denied to a reporter of the Charleston
News and Courier, Saturday, that either
of them knew anything of the alleged
Germany Can Trust None of Her Neigh
London-, England, March 10, 1879.
The Daily Neics' corresiondent at
Berlin says : l,At a parliamentary soiree
on Saturday the chancellor said that
partial disarmament was impossible
tjrermany at least could not begin. Un
fortunately she had to show front in
four dinerent directions and could trust
none ot her neighbors."
jaercnania ana visitors wno nave desired, so
Jong, to live at a howl above the business centre
and to take a portion of their meals down town.
while In New York, can do so as the Grand Central
Hotel, on Broadway, is now. kept on both the
American plan at 82.50 or 83.00. and the Euro
pean plan Sl. 00, and upwards per day. An ele
eant Restaurant, at moderate prices, Is conducted
Dy tne noiei.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
lng Syrup has been used for children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising irom teething or other causes. An old and
weu Known remedy, aoc per bottle
TELEGRAPHIC MAfiKET REPORT.
MARCH 10, 1879
Cincinnati Hour steady and quiet; family
4.t50a5.60. Wheat dull; red and white 1.00a
1.05. Corn irregular at 35a37. Oats steady and
nrm at 2oa30. fork duU at 9.75al0.00. Lard
dull; steam tS.25a30. Bulk meats tnacUve; should
ers 8.50, short ribs 4.H5, short clear 4.85; bacon
ijuiei; Buoiuuera i4, ciear nos Clear sides BSfa.
IDKf.l.,. ... .-I 1 n 1 .J .... i . ... V
ii uis&c aicauj aiiu in guuu uciiiauu ax 1.UZ. HULL
ter aim ana uncnangea. sugar nrm. Hogs dull.
BALTmonE oats nrm; Southern 82a33, Wes
tern wnite azaaa, ao mixea suasi, Pennsyl
vania 82a33. Hay unchanged; prime Penn
sylvania and Maryland 11 al2. Provisions easier
mess porK. om lo.ooavo, new --; bulk meats
loose shoulders 4V, clear rib sides 51& per car
load, packed new 4i&a54i; bacon shoulders, old
tm, wear no sraes, new b, nams, sugar-cured
woiu. jjura rennea uerces vyj. Butter Ann
cnoice western packed ia20, rolls 15al6. Cof-
ree quiet: Kio cargoes I0al5. Whiskey quiet at
i-o Yg. sugar arm; a son tsm&ify.
Nkw York Flour no decided r.hnno-P- -n
2.60a3.25, superfine Western and State 8.5da3.65
common to rood extra Western and Stat u una
3.90, good to choice do 4.00a4.60; Southern Hour
siaay; common to iair extra 4.00a5.20: good
to choice do 5.25a6.60. Wheat ungraded Win
er red 1.12al.l4, No. 3 do Mlal2. Corn
uiigraueu aov2a4o, o, oaoi4. Oats dull
vuuee wuiei auu Bieuuy; nio quoted m Car-
goes luvaawv'z. In loo lots luvsaio. sugar quiet
Dan S'8Vulr ".Koa renning 0a6, prime
iquucu Buuiumu a. o"8i gnmuiaiea kw.
powdered 8V&, crushed 8a9. Molasses New Or-
Rice in moderate request and firm.
mess on spot 9 25. Lard Drtme steam
Whiskey at 1.0tU&. Freights dull.
NoRKOLK-Dull; middling 91,4c; net receipts
hi0'' ,gro.!8 ' 8tock 25,099; exports coastwise
849; sales 880; exports to Great Britain 3,000.
Baltimore Firm; middling 9c. ; low middling
9jc; good ordinary 9c.; net receipts 82; gross
60; sales 175; stock 6.563; exports coastwise
20: spinners ; exports to Great Britain ;
BosTON-Dull; middling 9?fe; low middling
oin800? 0rdmai7 9; net receipts 785; gross
BritoSa 8 ; k 3,208: eiports t0
rt1?G.Tfte2d.y: mlding fiic; low mld
dUng8c; good ordinary 8V4; net receipts 270;
gross -; sales -; stock 4 58.4; spinners -7ex-
n1nf-TSnel:-to Great BrlbSn to
J818-&toi:. middling 9?fec; low
- 7V.Br "rainarysc, net receipts
87ni7I:L!Ers 1,212; sfc&c
.. Augusta Firm: middling o . 1
fling Sfec.; good' ordtaMj 8ft- rWmta 1R7
shipments-; sales 559; rtock reC8t8 16?
(uuig good rdiimry 8e.: oat receipt
544; gross f salea 50u; stoek 85 230; extfrt
Continent 6,6 o-cliaimei-
NEW TOBK OatettiateihRKIf n1VHlne nnlinds
5C mlddUiurOrlnana - mnenHdnled net re-
ceI8 iSit 9fx topreat Britain 21.21B; ff
continent 29,7S8: France XhaniKl . L-' P.
LIVERPOOL NOON Cottnn firmer. I Inlands
53g. Orleans. 5 7-16, low middling uplands , :
good ordinary uplands , ordinary uplands . j
sales 8.000, speculation and export 1,000, re- :
ipts 2.2&CL all American. Futures 1-82 better. I
Uplands low middling clause: March delivery 5,
Usiwh kiul ft nrll 1 a e 1 0 D U...
and June 5 7-16Wune and JuIt . Jul and Au- !
gust , August and September , September and
October , Octoberand If otember New etop i
snipped January per sail , February . 1
-Futures closed firm. Safes 30,-
New Yobk Money 1.03a4. Exchange 4.86lAai.
governments steady. New 5's 1.04. State bonds
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Offigx of the Obssktxs, i
Charlotte, March 11, 1879. f
The market yesterday closed steady, as follows:
Strict low middling.
CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MARKET
MARCH 8, 1879.
Corn, per bush'l 55a60
MEAL, " ... hoatHJ
Peas. " 50a65
Oats, shelled, 40a45
N. C. hog round
Hams, N. C
Clear Rib Sides.
Prime Rio 15al6t
New Orleans 35&50
Liverpool fine 1.00a2.00
Egos, per dozen.
THE companies composing this Department are
requested to meet at their respective halls this
(Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock, In full uniform, to
attend the funeral of our brother fireman. James
H. Orr. late President of the Independent H. 4 L
Company, No. 1. By order of the chief.
U. T. WALKJCB,
mchl 1 Secretary C. F. D.
YOU are requested to meet at your hall
this (Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock. In full
uniform, to attend the funeral of our late Presi
dent, James H. Orr. The Department Is invited to
attend. R. F. HUNNEYCUTT,
mch 1 1 Roc. Secretary.
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These pills are made of certain ingredients that
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expel all impurities from the stomach and system,
aiding digestion, and
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when all other remedies falL
Take them for Biliousness, Indigestion, CosUve
ness. Liver Complaints, and all diseases and dis
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Asa family cathartic pfll they are WARRANTED
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JOHN F. HENRY, CURBAN &CO.,
8 College Place, New York.
For sale by L. R. Wriston & Co., Charlotte, N. C.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Superior Court,
Mecklenburg County. J Clerk's Office.
A plan to incorporate the Simpson Gold and Sil
ver Muung company, having peen ton day filed in
my office by Benjamin F. Larrabee, Charles A,
Fairbanks and Arthur D. McLelland. and a per
mit having been given by me to open books for
subscription, noUce is hereby given that a meeting
of the proposed corporators and subscribers shall
oe neiu in tne city of Charlotte, county and State
aforesaid at the Central Hotel In said city on the
2nd day of April next, and complete the organiza
tion of said corporation as proposed In said plan in
conformity to law.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
at office in Charlotte, this 10th day ot March, 1879.
J. R. ERWIN.
niBrl l dlt w3t Clerk Superior Court.
W. BATTLE, M. D.,
Having removed his office to the first floor over
the Traders' National Bank, can be found there
all hours during the day, and at his residence cor
ner Seventh and College streets, at night,
The two stores In the Grier & Alexander building
on Trade street. j. l. MOREHEAD.
RICK YARD FOR RENT,
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In comparatively good working order, with
PniSL anL.tUD with capacity of
10.000 bricks. Win take rent in kind
Would furnish wood for the cutting near the yard.
fniffnf ?i1U Tin 50 r&rdsT No brick within
10 miles of the thriving place. See W. W. Grier,
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Line of Candles, Fruits, Ac. His Caramels, Cocoa
nut Cream, Walnut and Molasses Taffy, and plain
Creams, have proven to be exactly the article all
customers, young or old, man or woman, boy or
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Our stock of Boots, Shoes, Ac, Is acknowledged
to be the best in the State, and we would be pleas
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beer a specialty. Bottled beer delivered to
any part of the city free of charge at ONE DOL
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Lager Beer is healthy and an excellent appetizer,
and recommended by all good physicians to per
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AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
T OIN your hands all friends of taste
QN my bar only the best is placed.
gANBWICH, Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
"jACH man '11 receive right real, good cheer,
p LEASE step in, my hall inspect,
JJEAR it, you'll see more than you'll expect
JpRENCH, German, Domestic Brandies, Wine
J try each customer's taste to refine,
gUCH Sandwloh novel and Pretzel's good,
QONTAENS my bar, most delldous food,
JJAVLNG Cheese and Sausage in bill of fare,
jgACH glass of Beer, orGlnwC pear
gAVANT Judgment and taste most rare.
gEE conttoimtr's lips as In sips he drinks
JgACH sip he takes proves what he thinks,
RIGHT off one more he calls as to his friend
BEST STOCK OF
GROCERIES an CONFECTIONERIES
In the city, at
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE
A. Power Printing Press, Guernsey make, old
style, size of bed 26x40 inches. Was in use until
replaced by a new one Address J. a BAILEY,
editor Enterprise and Mountaineer, Greenville!
ibWtaurroteW$t eentsSer lb.; fresh
Firtl0eitslSdos.f Kerosei :ML 20 cents
Ikftnegallom choice Dried Pfcaehwffc cents; New
fliMs Sweet Potatoes in tne
loose oy tne aozen; jnui nuiwf, i x"ZZrz'
lull supply of all kinds of fresh Garden Seeds,
Onion Setts, large Potatoes, Onions, &c
Can and examine war goods at the store on Trade
street or branch store corner 7th and C street, near
Baptist church. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. B. N- SMITH.
feb27 , :. i
I have now in store a full supply of Groceries and
TURKEYS ! TURKEYS ! TURKEYS !
Pure Bronze, very large and fine.
S. M. HOWELL
SEED OATS, &C.
600 Bushels Seed Oats.
50 Bushels N. C. Irish Potatoes.
Corn. Flour and Wheat Bran.
Baled Hay, Shucks and Fodder.
HEAVY GROCERIES, AC.
Just received and for sale by
WILLIAMS & FINGER.
Feb. 20, 1879.
O T T O N
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
THOMAS H. GAITHER.
Cotton Commission Merchant
B. ALEXANDER & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
College Street, Charlotte, N. C,
We handle more general country produce than
any house In the cltj, and stin solicit further con
consignments from all parties who are willing to
be satisfied with the best job we can put up on this
market All those who cannot be pleased with our
best efforts, are respectfully requested to send
their goods to somebody else.
rpHE best and cheapest Fertilizers are
ACID PHOSPHATE 4 COTTON FOOD.
Having accepted the agency for the Maryland
Fertilizing 4 Manufacturing Company, I am now
prepared to offer special terms and favorable in
ducements to planters desiring a good and reliable
Call early, examine ths goods, hear prices and
j THOMiS I!. GAITHEK.
i ( GROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS !
NEW FEATURES !
Come to me for Bacon, Corn, Sugar, Coffee. Mo
lasses, and other Family Groceries.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
BEST RYE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell for cash.
All goods delivered in the city free of charge.
W. H. CRLMMLNGEB,
Next door below Wilson 4 Black's old stand,
OR FINE WINES,
And Pure Liquors, Three Years Old. go
Central Hotel Saloon.
This week at
CONFECT ION ERIES
Golden Dates, French Prunelles, a choice line of
Fresh stick and French Candles, choice Cara
mels (Lemon, Vanilla and Chocolate),
Burnt Almonds. Barbara Dates, Wal
nut Taffy, hard and soft Gum
Drops, Lemonade Bottles,
Chewing Gum, Cream
Walnuts. Marsh Mal
low Drops, Al
Can Cans, Sausage4c., 4c, Lara bee's Crackers,
N. G. Bread, Cream Soda Albert Biscuits. Water
Crackers, Cream Milk Crackers, Ginger Snaps,
Menagerie, Kindergarten, 4c 4c.
Apples at wholesale and retail. Bananas, Choice
large Oranges, Grapes, Lemons, 4c.
Sugars, standard A, Granulated extra C, Powdered,
Cut, Loaf, Yellow C, Brown. Coffees Rio, Ma
ricabo, Laguayra, Old Gov. Java. My stock
of Teas excels any other in the city for
variety and quality. '
Chow Chow, Mixed and Plain Pickles In kegs and
Bottles; a full tine of all kinds of Canned
Fruits and Vegetables.
Remember, I have the most complete stock of
Groceries in the city. Am agent for the Celebrated
PATAPSCO BAKING POWDER.
Also P. H. Mayo's Challenge J. Cf. and Royal Navy
Try Lupulln Yeast Gum for rolls. For sale by
LUNCH ROUTE ,
Is opened at the Cochrane House, on Trade street
A big Free Lunch will be given, commencing on
Monday, March 10th, from eleven to one o'clock,
and every day until further orders. Soups, Salads,
etc etc., all free. marO
ARE ALWAYS READY
And WillilUr tO Show imnria w)mtkA nnt
eady to buy. L. R. WRISTON 4 CO.
SUPERIOR INCREASED TWISHH
UPERIOR INCREASED TWIS 1
KEPT on hand and made to order by the under
signed; or made in any style and sbaoe to
upwards. Mounted Rifles, $12.00 and
JSmF by eipre8s lf desired. All work
warranted. a. lamb 4 son
mar91y Jamestown, Guilford co N.'o. '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTRY PROblx K
Keep constantly on hand
FBESHxEGtiS and BUTTER, CHICKENS Tl r
KEYS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES AP
PLES, DRIED FRUITS, Ac.
Exclusive Dealers in
RAMSOUR 4 BONNIWELL'S and A. L. fcHl -FORD'S
various brands of FLOUR.
ALSO. PROPRIETORS OF THK
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been refitted and newly furnished
and Is kept In flrst class style.
Terms, Per Day g
(ireat inducements offcri u, i-,h i... .,
ers; lor terms see the proprietor.'
"Omnibus and Carriages at eve n't rain
Mr. H. S. Wilson 1 Lady,
H 8 u I E H 8 g K
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate S2.00 and $2.50, according to loci
tion of Room.
M. L. HARNETT, Clerk, late of HanteiV Hotel
Feb. 1 6 tf.
TOP AT THE
B O Y D K N HOIS K
"Salisbury, N. C.
('. S. Brown, Proprietor,"
.Late of the National Hotel. RuMuli. '
C. S. Brown. Jr., Chief Clerk.; W. O. Shelburn As
sistant. dec 30
Gvotlizvyi and (5Xassxuavc
rpO YOTrTnTREStT "
By calling at
You can see the finest lot of
ECORATED TOILET. DINNER AND TEA SF.ts
Eur ticifctt to ILe Southern Slate.1?.
New Goods from all foreign factories. Decora
ted Ware In unlimited quantities from Limoges.
180 SOUP AND SAUCE TUREENS
just received, which will be sold at a mere sacrifice.
75 Crates of asserted
STAMPED "C C" WARE
for the Wholesale trade. This goods merchants
will find to sell as well as W. G. goods, as It has
all the white granite shapes.
Call and convince yourself of the fact that
carries the largest stock of
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE
In the South.
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON CO i
With 25 years? experience I guarantee entire
atls taction Jan 11
MINING AND IMMIGRATION AGENCY.
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and nouses,
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed in m?
hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
Charlotte, N. C.