l)t i)arlottr Db0trpcr " THURSDAY, MKCH 20, 1870. RAILROAD DIRECTOR!. - The following table shows the running of passen ear trains to and from Charlotte, on ail the rail ran roads (Washington umsji. RICHMOND 4 DAMVILLE. 4 a rrlves from Richmond and-Goldsboro, 1,00 a. m. 8.20 a.m. 10.50 a, id. 6.45 p. m. iSvS from Richmond,.. Leaves iw ATLANTA CHABLOTTB AIB-LINK. i rrives from Atlanta, -V 8.20 a. m. Leaves for Atlanta. 1.05 a. m. Irrives from Atlanta -' 6.50 p.m. Leaves tor Atlanta i i 10.50 , m. CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA. AUGUSTA. ' Arrives from Augusta,. . 3.10 a: m. leaves for Augusta, rJ 1.00 a. m. Arrives from Augusta,.... 6.30a.m. tSvIs for Augusta - n.27 a. m. CAROLINA CENTRAL. irrives from Wilmington,; 7.29 p.m. Leaves for Wilmington, . . . . l. 6.00 a. ,m. Arrives from Shelby , . . 5.00 p. m. Leaves for Shelby, 7.00 a. m. ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE OHIO. i rrlves from Statesvllle, . t . 5.30 p. m. Leaves for Statesvllle,...... 7.00 a. m IHAIUOITK P0$T OFFICE. OFFICE HOURS. ; OPKN8. CLOSES. 5.00 p. m. 5.00 p. m. 6.00 p. m. 8.45 p. m. Money Order Department,.-9.00 a. m. Registry Department .9.00 a. m. (ieu'lDellv'yStampDept,.8.00a. m. " 8.80 p. m. m?- on Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp Department will be open; from 9.00 a. m. to 10.00 a. m. ' OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS, OPENS. '(CLOSEB. Danville & Charlotte R.R.,. 8.00 a.m. fl.O0pm. li.ift a. m. Charlotte & Atlanta R. K.,. 8.00 a. m. fi.OO p. m. 9.00 d. m. it Augusta R. R., . 8.30 p. m. v, -um'ii & Charlotte R. R... 8.80 p. m. Charlotte & Shelby R. R. .' A30 p. m. & Statesvllle,. .-. 5.30 p.m. 10.00 a. m. 5.00 a.m. 6.00 a. in. 6.00 a. m. I ff- Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at r, oo p. m., and Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m. Yorkvllle. (horse route,) Thursdays at 6,t)0 li m., and Fridays at 7.00 a. m. t W. W. JENKINS, P. M. INDICATIONS. War Departmknt, Okhce Chief Signal Officer, Washington, Mar. 19, 7:30 p. m. Yov the South Atlantic States, warm er clear or partly feloudy weather; light variable winds, followed by stationary or falling barometer. ' Local Report for Yesterday. """ 7 A.M. 2 P. M. 1 9 P. M Barometer,. , ... , Thermometer.. ..... Relative Humidity,. vVlnd Direction,. . . " Telocity,....,. Weather?.-- 30.212 46 61 S. E. 5 Clear. Highest temperature 55 deg.; lowest 88. irCeteerelog-ical Record. WEATHER EXPORT, MAUCH 13, 420 P. M. Stations. 30.173 30.142 40 52 66 28 N. K. S. 6 Mile 4 Cloudy. Fair. Barom Th. Wind. VeL r Weather. 30.19 54 N.W. 10 Clear. 80.21 62 N. W. 12 Clear. 80.18 64 N.W. 9 Clear. 80.12 54 S. W. 11 Clear. 80.05 69 S. E. 12 Clear. 80.19 64 R 9 Cloudy. 30.15 64 E. 14 Clear. 30.22 66 N. 12 Clear. 30.16 75 N. 10 Clear. 30.24 66 TH.' 4 Clear. 30-26 63 8 Clear. 80.22 63 E. 9 Clear. 30.18 72 W. 12 Clear. 30.21 64 N. W. Clear. 301 68 N. 7 Clear. 30.15 72 N. W. 7 Clear. Atlanta,.... Augusta .. Charleston, Charlotte,. . Corsicana, . Galveston, . Indlanola... Jackson'lle, Key west,.. Mobile Montgom'y, N. Orleans Punta Rasa bavannah. . L Marks., gavaua Index f New Advertisements. Wlttkowsky ft Baruch Grand Opening. LeRoy Davidson Groceries. T. C Smith Dyspepsia, There ought to be a' 'general burning out ot cnimneyaxne first rainy -aay w e have. ; ' There will be a german in the Assem bly rooms Friday night. No postpone ment this time. I esterday wan the day dedicated in the calendar of tlie Catholic church to the glory of St. Joseph. The provision and cotton markets were both up yesterday ana were more or less feverish all day. It is estimated that, On an average, about three chicken coops are robbed in Charlotte every night. It never stops. Judge Kerr was better yesterday than .it any time since his illness in this city. It is expected now that he will improve rapidly. There is to be a sacred concert in the Baptist church some time next week. Due notice of ".the exact time will be given. If there is anything that makes a fireman mad, it is to run a half mile to wards a fire and find that it is only a chimney burning-out. The cold weather has not materially harmed the rapidly growing yegetables, which are now far advanced for this season of the year. The mule trade has become quite ex tensive in Charlotte this season. About me hundred of these animals, shipped mostly from Kentucky, have been sold here within the last month. The Rudisill Mining Company have had another assay of their ore made, which shows the vein recently discov ered, to be much richer than that from which ore was taWen worth 78 per ton. , A prominent business man of this city says the business outlook for the coining vear is better than it has been for several years past, and he is pre pared to show it. An alarm of fire was caused yester day about 2:30 bv the burning out ox a chimney in the Mansion House. A Rood deal of excitement prevailed for a short time and all the companies started out. ' At a late meetma of the board of commissioners of- New Hanover county, Capt. T. h. 'Vail, chairman of the Mecklenburg board presented a claim for the payment of some sixty odd dollars for maintaining a pauper trointhat county.' in' the Mecklenburg county poor house, which, by advice of the county attorney, the board refused 10 pay. ' wo Ears, Speaking of rabbits' ears Billy Hand, itt Wriston & Co's drug store, has a pair five inches long and . large aecoroin'. They were sent hitrl bv a friend irt Texas and once rested on the head of a prane rabbi t-more commonly known ;is a jack-rabbit, because the ears look so much like a mule's. ' Another thing ithout these ears is that they were sent all the way froto Texas by mail for two D "Peptics. Ve would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Vest 1'ocket Cure for dyspepsia. The.i2e Ugious iferald. of Richmond, the official organ of the Baptists of the S(uth. savsr i f ffe. is endorsed by the direct personal testimony of men of National1 fame Ai:n d of strictness of speech. It is not tod much to, say that !o medicine ever had such support in its favor as a. specific The word of any one of the eminent divines Who underwrite this tfntfdote to dyspepsia lias deserved weights Their united wit ness joined with the experimental use ad approval of the pfeparation by well-known physicians, removes all 1 oubt. It is, beyond question, ftwon derf ul therapeutical agent." The Spartanburg Spartan of the present week says : "The Presbyterian QS?atf6ffnVas dedicated last, Saturday Dr. Miller from Charlotte preached; Saturday and Sunday. His sermons are highly spoken of, especially the one preached Sunday. The subject was, 'Christ the Corner Stone and the sermon will be long remembered by thjpseljof heard ?it.j We congratulate out: friends on the completibftbf their church, and hope they will fill up a jran in the battle line that is waging war against sin and iniquity." 4 . AJ?ract,cal and Scientific Farmer Want, a piaeen ri'he S lettr addTessed to the editor of this paper by Mr. Ira Fred rick, now m Columbia, is copied in the hope of its being the means of aiding a foreigner who has come to settle among us : ifii"1 Poetical as wellas a scien wi rmer l many ; have'managed laige farms, first in Prussia, then near Odessa on the Black Sea in South Jiussia, and lastly in Mecklenburg, a small principality in Germany. I am poor, have no means, and yet it may be pv-wxuia , uuu, xnroufirn jvour aro-f acquaintance with planters who5 ma v want a practical fa I could get a situation, profitable as well for the farmer or planter as to myself, if you would be kind enough to aid me and extend a helping1 in my endeavors so to do. Hoping to receive a few lines of vnn in regard to the matter in which I have expressed myself, I beg you be assured that I am "Yours fre Abatent lUinded Pconle n u1 l "Off! 'f K fjf ,..Vy. P f!f . f. y Another absent minder? pei-son has just left a package in the postoffice addressed to Iluntersville, on which there is no sie-n of a stamn This sort of thiner and is undoubtedly the cause of many uiijtiob tum pittiuLs againsr itie man ser vice. Some time ago a professional man in this city noted tot accuracy in all the details of business, dropped a letter into the office which was not stamped. It was advertised but not claimed, and lay there for about a month. Finally one of the clerks, no ticing that it could be opened without tearing the envelope, looked into it and found that it contained a check for quite a large amount, payable on an in surance policy. SuDDOse the een tie- man's death had occurred whilp this letter remained in the office a very se- nous supposition, by the way, but necessary to enforce the lesson the whole amount of the insurance might have been lost. The fact that it wasn't does not detract from the force of the lesson which the little teaches. occurrence The Passenger Ticket Agents. The general passenger and ticket agents convention, in session in New 1 ork, Saturday, agreed upon a new constitution and by-laws, which will come up for ratification at the next meeting, to be held m September next. The chief points in the constitution and by-laws are that the association shall hereafter be known as the National As sociation of General Passenger and Ticket Agents ; that every railroad cor poration and transportation line in North America issuing and receiving coupon tickets shall be entitled to one representative m this association ; that passenger rates shall be fixed in open convention upon the report of the com mittee of the whole ; and that the right to make througli rates between common points shall be accorded to the compa ny or companies having the shortest line between said points by the usual route over which through tickets are .regularly sold, 'and trains Tun in con nection; provided, that when a water route forms part of such line, and is in competition with a rail line, then the rates ot the rail line shall be adopted in making the through rate ; and, provided further, that such through rate shall not exceed the sum of the locals of any rail line between such points. Desecration of the Sabbath Rail road Trains on Sunday. The act of the Legislature "to pre vent the desecration of the Sabbath day" by the running and unloading of trains, &c, recently passed, goes into effect to-day. it reads as tollows ; T?ie General Assembly of North Caro lina do enact : Suction 1. That no railroad company shall permit the loading or unloading of any freight car on the Sabbath day this state. Sec. 1. That no railroad company shall permit any car, train of cars, or locomo tive to be run on sunaay. on any roaa within the limits ot this State except such as may be absolutely necessary for the transportation ot tne u nitea states mails and except in cases of urgent ne cessity, other than for the purpose of business and pleasure: Provided, That the word Sunday ' aK used hi this act shall be construed to embrace only that part of the day between "sunrise and sunset." Sec. 3. That any railroad company of fending against either of the above sec tions shall be liable to indictment for a misdemeanor in each county in or through which said car, train of cars or locomotive shall pass or in wnicn sucn freight car shall be loaded or unloaded, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than fiye hundred dollars for each offence. Sec. 4. That the fine so imposed snail when collected be paid into the public treasury of the Sfate for tl rise of the public schools of the State. Sec. 5. This act shall be in force from and after the 20th of March, 1879. Railroad Notes. The White Line mail car has not yet marie, its nersonal appearance. It was expected to pass through last Sunday. Two conductors run toe uy cApiesa on tne Air juie xiiunucm uciviccu Atlanta and Charlotte. They are per haps the hardest worked railroad men that come into town. It is talked around that tne mcii- mond and Danville men are oemg called (upon tb jslgn a "iejese," which aHaMrea tfip. comnanv from all liability f .r.;i for damages received oy any one w imu in company's service. The legal vain a of such an instrument is, How ever, questionable in tne extreme. Tf.vprv ontrinfter on the Carolina Cen froi Railroad has liis own engine ana iwiv eisft runs it. lie ieeis tnat tne 11VWVJ , , ifl m much his while he is on tne rrdf aa f Tift had a deed for her When ha roaf she rests. Engineer John "Raskerville has been running the MVnrnfi" for five Vears. When he was married a yeajcago or such a mattei, and was given six weeks furlough, the "Monroe'7 got the same, and when he went back to work his engine was standing on the very spot where he had leffher. Those engines, it is needless to add, get well taken care of. . The? General Assembly: gust ad jourriecf,8 passed atf act, ' as is well known, to prohibit the pooling of fmifrVibt hv railroad comnames,' : and tor mnkp th" "i i:ur or taKing qi a reoate misdfcrii taiior. A meeting ; of ; repre sentatives of. the timerem; rauxoaus having lines in this State, has been called to take jlace at Ealeigh on the 24th inst., to consider what is to pe done by the companies in view of the enactment of this law-1 Charlotte rail road men.it maybe added, treat the law as a huge joke on the Legislature. Paymaster Biggers, of the Air .Line road, came in last evening, settling up With the employes along the line tor Febraary. ; - Four Per Cent Refunding; Certificates at the Postoff.ee. Postmaster Je nkins has received from the secretary of the treasury of the United St.iU.i a circular letter calling attention to the four pet cent refunding certificate i f the "United States to be issued um.er t:ie following provisions of the act of Congress, approved Feb ruary 2S, 1S79, entitled "Ail act to au tliorize the use of certificates of deposit in aid of the refunding of the public debt," to wit: "That the secretary of the treasury is hereby authorized and directed to issue, in exchange for lawful money of the United States that may be presented for such exchange, certificates of deposit, of the denomination of ten dollars, bearing interest at the rate of four per centum per annum, and convertible at any time, with accrued interest, into the four per centum bonds described in the refunding act; and the money so received shall be applied only to the payment of the bonds bearing interest at a rate of not legs than five per cen tum in the mode prescribed by said act, and he is authorized to prescribe suita ble rules and regulations in conformity with this act." The postmaster is invited to be come agent for the sale of these cer tificates, one-eighth of one per cent be ing allowed him or any other officer of the government, upon his filing a satis factory bond, the size of which shall regulate the amount of certificates he can obtain at any one time. All Na tional Banks, upon complying with sec tion 5153, Revised Statutes of the Uni ted States, are also invited to become agents of the government and deposita ries of public moneys accruing from the sale of these certificates. Postmas ter Jenkins has not yet signified his de termination to become the agent for the sale of the bonds. Prof. HannaS Work. Editojof the Observer. Yesterday I was handed a pamphlet entitled "Statistics of mines and minerals of North Carolina." This has been proposed by the committee of the inning board ot Charlotte and is really a very valuable paper. It dis cribes many of the principal gold, iron, coal and copper mines of the State, their location, quality of ores and mineral formations associated with them. The writer, who is evidently Mr. G. 13. Ilanna, of the mint, shows much knowledge of the geological formations of the State and its mineral matter. There is a modesty of style and a scientific precision In discribing min erals and ores that shows a familiarity with the subject of Avhich he treats. that adds value to his historic and scientific statements. The concise history of the leading mines of the State will be interesting to many. The pamphlet was hastily prepared by one useful to our State but shows that the writer is worthy of a higher position than he now occupies in the Federal government. W. TUIIilTK OP 11ESPKCT. University of North Carolina. i Dialectic Kail, March 15th, 187i. WtfKREAs, It has pleased Almighty God to call to his eternal rest the Hon. William H. Battle, LL. D.. one of the most venerable and distinguished citizens of the State, long eminent as jurist and counsellor, lu whom the law has lost a learned and faithful expounder, the Church a devout member, tlie University a steadfast friend, and society a shining exemplar of virtue and wisdom, the Dia lectic Society mourning the loss of one of Its chief ornaments, desires to place on record Its sense of bereavement and full appreciation of departed worth and excellence; therefore be it Resolved, 1st, That with submission to the divine will, and with gratitude for a life blessed In all its relations, lengthened out In the practice of every virtue, and conducted gently to its close with all that should accompany old age, as honor, love, obedience, and troops of friends, yet we mourn for the zealous member and faithful friend whose kindness and liberality had so endeared him to us all. 2nd, That we will cherish his memory, and seek to emulate his example of Industry, of Integrity, and of unfailing charity towards all men. 3rd, That we tender to President Battle, and to other members of the bereaved family, our respect ful and heartfelt sympathy and condolence. 4th, That we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days, and that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes pf the society, and that copies of them be sent to the bereaved family, to the faculty of the University and to the Wilmington Star, Ral eigh Observer and Charlotte Observer for pub lication. J. Webb, j A. A. Kent. -Com. A. L. Phillips. ) Kase Attainable by the Kheumat Ic. Yes, although they may despair of relief, it is attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there Is a remedy which carries off, by means of Increased activity of the kidneys Important channel for blood purification the acrid element to which pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent Is Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a remedy for constipation, which causer contamina tion of the blood with the bile and a certain means of relief in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts who pronounce It to be eminently pure and very beneficial. The press also endorses it. TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORT MARCH 19, 1879 PRODUCE. Cincinnati Flour steady and unchanged ; family 4.50a5.50. Wheat steady: red and white 1.00a 1.05. Corn dull at 3tfa37. Oats steady and firm at 27a30. Pork quiet, firm at 10.00.a25. Lard dull; steam 6.40. Bulk meats quiet; shoulders H.tfU. snort ribs , snort clear ti.uo; Dacon in fair demand; shoulders 414. clear ribs 5Va. clear sides 5. whiskey quiet at 1.02. Butter steady and unchanged. Sugar firm; hards 9aifc, A white HWdX'z, New Orleans 5a7J4. Hogs active and firm; pacKing 4.uua4.zu. Baltimore Oats firm; Southern 34a35, Wes tern white 34a35. do mixed 32a33, Pennsyl vania 34a35. ' Hay unchanged; prime Penn sylvania and Maryland lla!2. Provisions strong; mess pork, old 9. ouio.7t, new -; duik meaia loose shoulders 334, clear rib sides 4, per car load, packed new 4a5; bacon shoulders, old 4, clear rib sides, new ft, hams, sugar-cured. 9al0. Lard retuied tierces vvs. auuer quiet; choice Western Backed 18a20. rolls 15al6. Cof fee strong; Rio cargoes lOVfcalft. wnisKey dun as 1.07aV. Sugar steady; A soft 8ia. New York Flour no important change; No. 2, 2.35a3.10, superfine Western and State 3.45a3.55, common to good extra Western and State 3.75a 3.80, good to choice do 3.95a4.50; Southern flour active; common to fair extra 4.10a5.40; good to choice do 5.50aB.75. Wheat ungraded wir er red 1.05al.l4, No. 3 ditto 1.10aJ& Com ungraded 40a45 No. 3, 42i&a43V2- Oats dull , Coffee quiet and steady; Rio quoted in car- goes 10al4V2. la job lots 10al6. Sugar steady; uban 6 3-16, fair to good refining 64aft, prime 6a; refined standard A. 8ai&, granulated 8ite, powdered 8al2. crushed 8 Molasses New Or leans 28a40. Rice In moderate request and firm. Pork mess on spot 9 37V2a50. Lard prime steam 6.62Vfca65. Whiskey at 1.062. Freights lower. COTTON. Norfolk Firm; middling 9c; net receipts 1,024; gross ; stock 15,625; exports coastwlsje 630; sales 765; exports to Great Britain . Baltebobk Firm; middling 9 fcc.; low middling 9i$c.; good ordinary 98fcc.; net receipts ; gross 1,402; sales 425; stock 9.092: exports coastwise 0v spinners 200; exports to Great Britain ; to Continent Bosto Frrm; middling 10!.; low middling 9; good ordinary 91A; net receipts 1,096; gross -; sales -; stock 3,708; exports to Great Britain . Wilmington Firm : middling 9V2C; low mid- dllne HVfac. : eood ordinary 8E&; net receipts 190; gross : sales ; stock 4,611; spinners ; ex ports coastwise : to Great Britain ; to oon nent ; to channel . Philadelphia Firm ; middling 10ic.; low middling 9c; good ordinary 9c; net receipts 120; gross 661: sales 94 0; spinners 872; stock 7,881; exports to Great Britain . Adousta Firm; middling 914c; low mid dling 8c; good ordinary 8c; receipts 139; shipments; sales 577; stock . Charleston Firm; middling 934c; low mid dling 9V2-; good ordinary 9W-; net receipts 542; gross ; sales 400; stock 19,73-1; exports coastwise ; Great Britain ; Franco ; Continent ; to channel . New York Firm; sales 415; middling uplands 10c middling Orleans lOic; consolidated net re ceipts 8,718, exports to Great Britain 14.401; Continent 0,851; France 1,075; channel 1,891. Liverpool Noon Cotton hardening. Uplands 5 9-16, Orleans. 5., low middling uplands , good ordinary uplands , ordinary uplands . sales 12,000, speculation and export 2,000, re ceipts 20,300 American. 17,800; Futures 1-32 and 1-16 better. Uplands low middling clause: March riAitverv S 0-1 Bal 9-32. March and April 5 9-16. April and May do. May and June 5, June and July 5 21-82all-16, July and August 5 11 16a23-32, August and September 53fc, September and Octo ber , October and November . New crop ihlp ped January per Mil , February and MarcH . FDTTJBX3. Nw Tokl-futaretciowd steady. Sale 135, 000 bales. March 10 .08 April 10.14a.15 May 10. 32a. 33 June 10.48a.4ft July 10.Bla.62 August 10.88a.ft9 September 10 .52a.53 October 10.27a.2S November 10.11 December. 10 .05a.07 FINANCIAL. New Tom Money 1.03. Exchange 4.8fiatfe. governments weak. New 5's 1.044. State bonds dull. CITY COTTON MARKET. Office of the Obskrvep, i Charlotte, March 20, 1879. ( The market yesterday closed firm, as follows: Good middling Middling 9a Strict low middling 914 Low middling 91 Tinges l Lower grades 7 a84 CHARLOTTE PRODUCE MARKET MARCH 18, 1879. CORRECTED DAILY. Corn, per bush'l 55a60 Meal, " 55a60 Peas, " f 50a55 Oats, shelled, 40a45 Bacon N. C. hog round 8a9 Hams, N. C tti& Hams, canvassed 12 Bulk Meats Clear Rib Sides. 6a6J& Coffee Prime Rio 15al6tfc Good. 121&U4 Syrup Sugar-house. 25 Molasses Cuba. 38a40 New Orleans - 35a50 Salt Liverpool fine 1.00a2.00 Sugar White 9i&al0i Yellow W&SVi Potatoes Sweet 35a40 Irish 3.75a4.00 Butter North Carolina. - 12a20 Eggs, per dozen 8al0 Flour Family 3.00a3.50 Extra. 2.75a3.00 Super 2.25a2.50 texo dtjjertisjcmimts. DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND E X A M I N E The splendid line of WINDSOR MANOR PICKLES, VIZ: Autumn Cluster, Stuffed Mangoes, Tiny Tims Gherkins, Martynlas. Also the finest line of CRACKERS Ever seen In Charlotte, at LeROY DAVIDSON'S, Remember. th!s is the only first class stock of GROCERIES In town, found at Anything you want In Groceries ca be LeROY DAVIDSON'S- A Carfl. To all who are suffering from the -errors and In discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, fcc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary la South America. Send a self-addressed envelop to the REV. JOSEPH T. IIS MAN, Station D, Hlfe House, New York City Jan 25 2fDYSPEPSIA(2 Bishop D. S. Doggett (Southern Meth.) It is an excellent corrective of lndlgeshor l Have used it with prompt beneficial results. Rev. Dr. Mangum, Prof. University of Yi. C. I concur with Bishop Doggett In his estimate of the Vest Pocket Cure. . Rev. E. A. Yates, P. E. N. C. COnfeiene. It has benefitted me. fend another package. Rev. Leroy M. Lee, D. D., Meth. Hlsfrt. I am never without It at home or abroad. It Is an antidote to indigestion, uneasiness arter a meal or purging is checked and the bowels regula ted. Its merits are attested by numbers of high character. I have seen a " tried-everythtng " dys peptic of fifteen years relieved by one dose. Rev. Drs. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.) It Is endorsed by the direct personal testimony of men of national fame and of strictness of speech. It is not too much to say that no medicine ever had such support in its favor as a specific. The word of any one of the eminent divines who underwrite this antidote to dyspepsia has deserved weight. Their united witness joined with the ex perimental use and approval of the preparation by well-known physicians, removes all doubt. It is. beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent. Editors Religious ueraia, va. Rev. R. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. Sid. Col., Va. It Is highly esteemed here by the regular Medi cal Faculty and the people. It is excellent for In digestion and flatulent colic sedative, soporific, tonic, slightly aperient, without nausea. o SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. For sale by: DR. T. C. SMITH, Charlotte, N. C. ODELL, RAG AN & CO., Greensboro, N. C. THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Salisbury, N. C. mar 20 d&w tf. FOR RENT. A Cottage with 4 rooms, . eoo xi water, etc. Apply to marl 9 St C. HILKER. WLzdzUts mid geujstaj. -p lasne, From Paris, France, WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL VER PLATER, Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church, Nat Gray Store. T"verv kind of renftirs made at once at half nrlce: and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or Bronze Gliding, Coloring. Silver-PIatlng and Gal vanizing made at short notice and equally as good as new. Work done for the trade at low prices. Apprentice wanted, with premium and good Repaired work uncalled for will be sold at the expiration oi iweive mouuis lorcusi wi renaira. septlS f BEAT BARGAINS FOR THE HOLIDAYS, J, T. BUTLER'3. J. T. BUTLER'S. WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND SILVER- PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES. Gold-Head Canes and everything you want J. T. BUTLER'S. for Christmas, at dec24 WE DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOCTT E DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOC JV T? A N C Y -r A N C Y GOO GOO Ground audi Cut Glass Bottles, the handsomest in the market The latest styles of Perfume Boxes Including some novelties, which will pay you to call and examine. FINE FLORENCE and CELULOID TOILET Cases FreBCfe Plate, Hand Mirrors, Russia Leather Pocket Books-; also a full stock of English and American .Tooth..Halr and Nail Brushes. B, WRISTON & CO. declS Warding. CALDWELL HOUSE, ALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUS CALDWELL HOUS E, Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets, Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets. CHARLOTTE, N. C, CHARLOTTE, N. C. S. P. CALDWELL, Proprietor. This house Is permanently established and offers all the conveniences and comforts of a first-class boarding house. Persons visiting the city will find it a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted. Can be furnished with rooms. RATES Per day, transient, $1.25; per week, $6.00. Regular table, 1&iS.6; .board and room per month, $18.00. janlO N EW LIVERY STABLE. If you want first-class Carriages, Phaetons, Bug gies or Saddle Horses, go to the New Users Stable. If you want a Carriage and Baggage WagOE to meet arriving or departing trains, go to the New Livery Stable. If you want your horses well fed and well groomed go to the New Livery Stable. Careful drivers, promptness and reasonable prices are our motto. may28 B. CHAMBERS. Ruction j& ales. D. G. MAXWELL. C. F. HARRISON, Auctioneer. M AXWELL & HARRISO N AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE Will give strict personal attention to all business entrusted to our care. Four doors above Charlotte Hotel. iec3 gfcXistfUanttws. JJE-NO TEA, PURE, GOOD AND CHEAP. WILSON & BUR WELL, Agents. rpiIE BEST STOCK OF GROCERIES an CONFECTIONERIES In the city, at LeROY DAVIDSON'S. jan30 $200 IN CASH WILL PURCHASE A Power Printlna Press, Guernsey make, old style, size of bed 20x40 Inches. Was in use until replaced by a new oae Address J. C. BAILEY, editor Enterprise and Mountaineer, Greenville, -i4tr STATE OF NOI TH CAROLINA, I In Probat i Yadkll Oounty. S Court. Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of Benjamin spams, deceased, " - - 'W- The Heirs at Law of Benjamin Sparks, deceased NOTICE OT FINAL SETTLEMENT. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Lydla Dimmit, wife of Paton Dimmit Hannah Felte. wife of John Felts; John Sparks, and Eliza beth Reddik, wife of John KeddUt, are heirs at law in this case and non-residents of the State, It Is therefore on motion ordered by the Court that advertisement be made for six weeks in The Charlotte Observer, notifying said defendants to appear at the Clerk's office in YadJdnvtile 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 twiissso and export as to them. Given under my hand and seal of office in Yad kinvUle, this the 10th day of February, A. D. 1879. isaac n. Vestal, Probate Judge. feb23-dltw5t - JLACK STRAP MOLASSES Under cost by the barrel, by ROY DAVIDSON. jan30 R A FIRST CLASS F Smoke eall nftl get a Sudor, at L3R0T DitTDSoirao L Jam30 G QAROLINA CENTRAL VIA WTLMTNOTON, THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE This Line being Freight from fully equipped fdr business, Wilmington and an Northern and Eastern Cities to Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations Atlantic Tennessee & Ohio, As well as potnta In Georgia Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as Information furnished F. W. CLARK. Gen. Freight Agent, Wilmington, N. C. sept30 JR. J. H. McADEN, DRUGGIST AND CKKMIST, Now offers to the trade a full stock of Lubln's Extracts and Colognes, English Select pices, Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap' English, French and American Tooth Brushes PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and dayt J. H. McADEN'S Prescription Store. s ECURITY ! J3ECURITY ! ISECURITY 200 Barrels'of C. WEST & SONS' EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE ANL I ALADDIN SECURITY OIL. west's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from C. West & Sons, Baltimore. Highest Medal awarded at Centennial Exposition, oratni nil wnrks. Canton. Warranted to stand 8 fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will burn. C. West & Sons, Baltimore. For Sale by Dr. J. H. McADEN, Sole Agent, CHARLOTTE, N. C. F. C. MUNZLER, DEALER In Lager Beer, Ace and Porter; bottled beer a specialty. Bottled Jaear .delivered to any part of the city free of charge a,t NE DOL LAR PER DOZEN. Lager Beer is healthy and an excellent appetjzer, ;and recommended by all good physicians to per sons in delicate health. All orders left at John Vogel's tailor shop will re- ceive prompt attentloa tnar4 -pRENCH BRANDY Guaranteed to be TWENTY YEARS OLD, AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON. M M E E L L S S o Q N JOIN your bands all friends of taste QN my ear ealy the best is placed. gANDWlCH, Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer, JACHman 11 receive right real,. good cheer, D LEASE step la, my hall mspe, H1 EAR It, you'll see more thanypirt expect. JpaENCH, German, Domestic Brandles.Wine ' J try each customer's taste to refine, UCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good, ONTAINS my bar, most delicious food, JJAVDiG Cheese and Sausage m bill of fare, Jj ACH glass o Beer, or Ota mill bear gAVANT Judgment and taste most rare. gEE cormomeur't lips as to sipeedrtas JgACH sip be takes proves what he thinks., T IGHT off one more he calls as to nte friend At he winks. jfsa22 -" ELECTRIC BELTS. A sure cure for nervous debility, premature de aaj, exhaustion, etc. The only reliable rare. Cir oMliranalled free. Address J. K. REEVES, 48 Chatham street, N. Y. Feb. 20 d&wSm. WELL! COME AND SEE THE NEW GOODS, We have received this day an elegant line of BLACK CASHMERES, ALL GRADES, aneseigwws awauuj. "and designs-Edging and Inserting to match. From 5,000 to 8,000 yards HAMBURG EMBROIDERY. The largest and cheapest lot ever offered In Charlotte. A beautiful line of Piques, all grades and cheap. Plata and dotted Swiss, plain and barred Nainsooks, Masalla, MiuTMusllns, white and colored t t t otiloo 1 in th linn flwvia hum tMp.n wvHvd and manv net menroned. Tn ten daw oar stoek will be complete. we Win and unbleached 4-4 Domestics la Charlotte. March 10. DISPATCH MNp -"1 NORTH; CAROLINA, TO ALL POINTS SOtJTB. Mi oOers unequalled faeiUUea fee the TrauspurUtm ot Charlotte, Statesvllle, AsheVllle, Butherfordto h on the Atlanta & Richmond Air-Line, and Western N. C Railroads, Alabama and Mississippi. via any Competing Line, and Time as Quick. upon application to T. T, SMITH, Agent C C. Railway, Charlotte. potteries. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY To win a fortune. Fourth Grand Distribution, Class D, at New Orleans, Tuesday, April 8th, 1879 107th Monthly Drawing. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. This Institution was regularly lncorDorated by the Legislature of the State for Educational and Charitable purposes in 18B8, pom the nan of twenty-five TKABS, to which contract tbe Inviola ble laitn 01 tne state is medeea with a eanitai 01 91,000,000, to which it has since added a Beserve Fund 01 SaoU.UUU. Its UKAJ4U blNUUC NUM BER DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on the second Tuesday. It never scales or postpones. look at tne lenowing distribution: CAPITAL PRIZE, 830,000. 100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars each. Half Tick. ets, One Dollar. LIST OF PRIZES : 1 Capital Prize 830,000 1 Capital Prize, . 10,000 1 Capital Prize,. 5,000 2 Prizes of 82,500 5,000 5 Prizes of 1,000 5,000 20 Prizes of 500 10,000 100 Prizes of 100 10,000 200 Prizes of 50 10,000 500 Prizes of 20 - 10,000 1,000 Prizes of. 10. . .. - 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES : 9 Approximation Prizes of $800 82,700 9 Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to 8110,400 Responsible corresDondlnir scents wanted at all prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation will to pciid Application for rates to clubsshould only be made to the Home Office in New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, for lull infor mation or send orders to M A. DAUPHIN, Postoffice Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings arejnder tlie supervision and management of GENERALS G. T. BEAUREGARD andJUBAL A, EARLY. mar 11 TJNDERTAKING The undersigned Is now prepared to fill all orders for every class of Undertaking. Having on hand a full assortment of COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES, Both Wood and Metallc PRICES AS LOW A3 ANT. Hearses furnished If desired. Furniture of every Description Repaired At shor notice. W.M. WILHELM, SilhJ3...G. Rogers, Trade 8treet. June 20. JJSE HE-NO TEA. HE-NO is Tea In its natural condition, such as the Chinese themselves drink, and for the follow- z good reasons is sold only in original pouna ana half-pound packages: . . , . . It Is the most convenient ana economical nyie pi package. It Is weighed and packed where it can be, done cheapest and best. It can be easily Identified by the consvmer. It keeps the Tea better. It prevents adulteration in America. We are the agents for HE-NO Tea in this city, and ask our friends to give ft a trial. V not satis factory we will cheerfully take it back aM refund the money. ,L..R. WRISTON 4 CO., feb 0. Charlotte, N. C. O TO CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON Fpr StondardPure;Llquos. M LICHffENSTEIN. " MERCHANT BAILOR, 1 CHARLOTTE. C . Just received fifty more samples in addition to those on band, all are noVeltietf ot the season. Call and make selections, as the time for a new suit is here. Style and workmanship surpassed . Repairing neatly, done. ' mart) JAMES MURPHY, PRACTICAL TAILOR, aottocU Building, Trade Street, Up .Stairs. Owing to the stringency of the tlmes I will In-future work very cheap. Win make line suits for $10, Casslmere suits for $8. Pants of suits same rates. I guarantee all my work ;no fit, no charge. Give me a call and be convinced. July 17. wsaut Ul concitnnni iua www hbi ir.ov-v ALEXANDER & HARRIS
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