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r RIDAV'A PHIL 25, 1819.
LOCAL IJiTELLIGENCEi 1 1
BAILBOAD DIBICTQBI ?fj
. . - - ' - -V - -f
Th following table showsthe running of passed
The.'vrivi fmm Charlotte, on all tha rail
So, (Washington Ume)
BlcmiOHV DAM TILL.
. fmm Richmond and Goldsboro, f 1.00 a.
A" I tar " r" s- i 8.204.lB.
KXm Richmond,.. . -.-......10.50 . m.
leaves for ' . . j 6.45 p.m.
ATLAHTA 'cHABLOTTB AXB-UXB, t. Jf'
.rrises from AUanta,. ....... 8.20 a.im'
f JJwS tor Atlanta, - -f 1.05 a. m.
VS2ves from AUanta, i 6.50 p. m.
ffis for Atlanta, ,.,,,...,.,,10.60 a. m.
K3 from Augusta,
"lives for Augusta:,
.rrlvesfroni Wilmington,. ....... .
investor Wllm ngton....
.drives from Shelby
feaves for Shelby ...
8.10 to. n,
1.00 a. m.
6.30 a. m.
11.27! a. m.
. i ;;
'J ,: ?-.
, 7.294); -m.
5.00 p. m.
ATLAXTIO, TKNNK88KK OHIO.
.rrt,es from Statesville,..
5.80 p. m.
7.00 a. m
rHAKLO ITK POST OFFICE.
,i ...pv order Department, l.fl.00 a. m.;
Wry Department. v -. . . ..00 a.
5.00 p. m.
n.uu p. ro.
" ' " H.HO
r--On Sundays th General DellTery and Stamp
..ITrtment will be open Irom 9.00 a. m. to 10.00
OPKKIMG AND CUHEK8 OF MAILS, i
8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
11.15 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
8.00 a.m. 9.00 p. m.
8.80 p. m. 10.00 a. ra.
8.80 p. m. 5.00 a. m.
5.80 p. m. 6.00 a. m.
5.80 D. m. 6.00 a. m.
Di.nville & Charlotte B.K,
Charlotte & Atlanta R. R.,
& Augusta E. B.,
wiim'n Charlotte B. R.,
- Beattle's Ford, (horse route.) Mondays at
- no i) m., and Tuesdays at 8.UO a. m.
tr-' Yorkvllle, (horse route,) Thursdays at 6.00
,lIld Fridays at 7.00 S, P. M. 5
War Department; i
Okkk e Chief Signal Officer,: v
Washington, April 24, 730 p. m. )
For the South Atlantic States, falling
liiiometer, northeast to southeast winds,
-rt'sitionery to higher temperature, partly
i-loiuly weather, possibly followed by
l,ocal Ileporl lor Yesietday.
7 A. M. 2 P. M. ! 9 P. M
71 I 62
87 ? j 51
7 11 4
chest temperature 88 deg.; lowest 58.
mdrx to New Aarertlee
Brookfteld Crockery, c
Tliceiman to-night will be given in
Die Central Hotel dining room.
Messrs. Brookfield & Co have a grand
niienins of their new stock of china to
ilav tomorrow and Monday. The at
tention of the ladies is especially invit
ed. Their advertisement furnishes par
The pupils of the Charlotte Institute
for Young Ladies will give an enter
tainment this evening in the chapel for
t lie benefit of the patrons and friends of
the school. The exercises will begin at
s o'clock. ;;' .1
Judge Kerr telegraphed the sheriff of
fiaston county, yesterday, that s his
physician would not consent to nw at
tempting to hold the Superiot Court of
that f minrv. which should begin next
Monday. ; ' i
The Very Firtit.
The first watermelon seen in this re
gion since last silmmer arrived yester
day. It was sent to Mr. X W. Miller by
his brother Mr. R. E. Miller, who.is now
in Charleston. It is doubtfwl if there
was ever a watermelon seen 'in Char
lotte before as early as the 24th of April.
The melon in question weighs about
twenty pounds and appears to be per
fectly ripe. "f
A Leg- Broken. i
A n m ntv hp.ftr keff on which Mr. J no.
D. Robei-teTvas sitting, on Muntzlert
drav. vesterdav afternoon, tilted near
t he corner of Tryon and Fourth streets
and threw him off the wagon. One of
his lees caueht in the wheels and was
limken lipt.wppn the ankle and the knee.
He was carried into Burwell& Springs'
and the broken limb was set by ur,
Arrangenientu for the 30tk
A wpoir fi-nm tn-morrow the' eeneral
committee of arrangements for the 20th
of Mav celebration will meet in the
court house to hear reports from the
siih-rnmmir.tpes and attend to such de
tails as have not yet been completed. It
is especially desirable that the finance
committee be readv to make their re
port at that time, and with this View
the members thereof in town and coun
lry should exert themselves to raise the
requisite funds. All reports must be
inade to Capt. T. L. Vail, in the city, by
A Uateful MUwion. '
Mr. J. X. Hunter, a well known citi
zen of the nnner nart of the county, hav
ing been advised to travel for his health
will soon begin the canvass of the coun
tv for the sale of "Our Home Physician,'
by Dr. Geo. M. Beard, of New .York, a
work well known, and crreatiT esteemea
by those who have used it; containing
lull instructions m the art of preserv
ing: the health, with plain, practical ad
vice for all medical and surgical emer
gencies of the familv. The book is a
very useful one and. is highly recom
mended by the medical profession. We
trust that Mr. Hunter will meet .with
success in his undertaking.' : '
Memorial Day. ' e
Tlie Ladies' Memorial Associotion have
invited Col. J. P. Thomas, of the Caro
lina Military Institute, to deliver the
'memorial address on theflOth, and the
invitation has been accepted. The selec
tion is an fllmirahle one in every re-
twct. and Charlotteans niav and do ex
pect an elocruent1 and tasteful address
from Col. Thomas. The ceremonies on
the occasion will be of the usual char-
apter. Rv. "R. H. Hardinar will conduct
the. velirrinna vorcipa i Thft remainder
of the programme will be announced at
a later day, but in . sufficient time for all
necessary Drenaration rfdr the interest
ing occasion, r li " ' '
JVeiv Rules of the Supreme Court.
The. RnnvAmft Court before adjourn
ment adopted some modifications of the
rules covp.rnincr the practice therein,
which are-of special; interest to lawyers.
The districts are to be called in their
numerical orrleir and one week is- to be
given to each district The first dis
trict is, however, not to be called till
Wednesdav of the first week. . Monday
and Tuesdav of that week ; are to be
given to the examination of applicants
ior lie.enP. nrapr.tae' law. The call of
ases at th nd nf the idocket will be
gin with thei tpfnt.lt week.- "Anneals from
Muv district, not docketed before the end
of the week set apart for such district
will go over to the next term and not,
as now, to the end of the docket,
i i m ; i :
We do tint. helfovA Tn tnftdlrfnn for children, but
we do believe in Dr. Boll's Baby Syrup and assert
xhat no family should be without it ; - .
haVftf twcrr tnsLlA wif fi
me Unarlotte. Columbia and Arnmst.
Hal ad by which the Hornets' Kest !
Kitleraen secure th use, of a special car
toearry themftd (tolumbUoatfctflSth,
the car to be attached to the regular
train 'which- leaves at 1 a. m, and re
alms the following morning at 3.15
lae company are allowed to carry as
many of their friends as the car will
hold,- $ntj. -Jtber prieef a MckeKfor
eachipftssemreifwill be S2 fotftiitf rohhd
The Hornets Nest Riflemen will be
the o.ily visiting company from another
State on the occasion, the Clinch Rifles,
of Augusta, being unable to attend
since the date was changed from the 10th
comeiatrxjf mi t
Among: the Firemen.
There will be a joint inspection and
parade of the fire department next
Monday afternoon. The inspection was
to have taken place several weeks ago,
but was prevented by afire bie)i broke
out just as the companies were "prepar
ing to appear on the streets.
The time for the annual elections is
near at hand. Delegates from the dif
ferent companies will meet in the hall
of the Independents and elect a chief
on Monday nigUt4 the 2Sth. ( Friday the
2d proximo, the Hornets elect officers
tor the ensuing year ; the Pioneers elect.
luestfay, the 6th, and the Independents
Wednesday, the 7th. None of thASA
elections can be anticipated, excent that
of chief of the department who will be
F. Harrison. Esq
Tlie Concord cornet band, which tjh
Pioneer fire company has engaged for
the 20th of May will come over in their
band wagon with four horses and six
teen members, and will blow themselves
into the city on the nieht of the 19th
about 9 o'clockT, "At 'least Htbis is fth?
present programmed i i Ciw W
One side of the shafts dronud from
its fastenings to a buggy in" which Mr.'
Ernest Young and Miss Youmans, the
latter from Columbia, were riding yes
terday aftemootiji tear - Maj W. W.
Flemmingl on 2 east JTrade Utreet.
The accident frichtened the horse.
which plunged forward with such force
as to throw the young lady out into the
street Mr. Young, seeing the danger
in which he was .placed by theincreas
lng speed of the animal; and tiny condi
tion of the shafts, endeavored to jump
from the buggy, but his body caught in
we mica aim m ieet uecame intanglea
in the wheels, and in this wav he was
dragged some distance before he could
extricate himself. The horse dashed
off at an increased speed, as soon as he
was entirely loosed, and a few hundred
yards beyond the palce where the ac
cident occurred, the buggy was broken
to pieces. Several persons witnessed
the accident and fan to their assistance.
Miss Youmans escaped with a few
slight bruises, but Mr. Young was nght
severely hurt and had to be conveyed
home in a carriage. No bones were
broken, but it is feared that he has sus
tained serious injuries, and will be con-
nned to his bed tor some time.
An Appeal from WaJterboro, S. C.
Publication has already been made
in these columns of the fact that more
ban half of the town of Walterboro.
S. C, was laid waste by a cyclone one
day last week. Not only were a ma
jority of the people rendered homeless
by the tornado, but in many instances
their provisions and clothing were
borne away on the wings of the wind
and thus the owners were left desti
tute.' A relief committee, in view of
this lamentable state of things, has
been organized and appeals to the pub
lic for aid. A circular on the subject
has been sent to Dr. F. H. Glover, of
this city, formerly a citizen of Wal
terboro, and in addition to: this he is in
receipt of a letter from his brother,
Mr. Joseph E. Glover, of the
afflicted town, representing the needy
condition ot trie people, and urging
him to apply to the people of
Charlotte for means for their relief.
Any charity exercised in this direction
will.be worthily bestowed, and we are
authorized to say that Dr. Glover will
take charge of and forward any contri
butions which our generous people may
see ht to plac in his hands.
A Very Grave Charge.
Annie Johnston, a colored female,
made amdavit before J ustice Davidso:
yesterday that about 1 o clock in tl
day she was assaulted by a white mai
named Carrell, who attempted to col
mit an outrage upon ner person.
rell was accordingly arrested
brought before the court, when
nied the charge from beginning
The woman testified that the assault
was made in Carrell s own house, he
having first induced her to enter it un
der the pretense that his wife, whom
she had come to see, was in one of the
rooms, whereas there was no one in the
house at all. When she entered he
closed the doors. She finally succeeded
in escaping but not until her screams
had attracted the .attention of some of
the neighbors. Carrell's wife was sent
for and made a statement before the
court to the effect that she had that
mornine been compelled to leave home
band: She alsif ormed the magistrate
that if he would remove Carrell's cloth
ha orrt'iilH wmnva Parrel I a ninth-
ing he would find a wound in his back
which was inflicted with a gun while
he was attempting a similar outrage be
fore he came to Charlotte.
The magistrate decided that Carrell
should be bound over to appear at the
next term of the Superior Court to an
swer to the charge of assault with in
tent to rape. Being unable to give the
required bond he was committed to jail
to await trial.
1 1 r
Gen. Yoang Alto Suggettted Again.
To the Editor of The Observer: '
As thejnvention to nominate a can
didate for mayor is near at nana ana
the good name of our city depenas on
our selection, let us in good faith work
together for our common good. Many
names have Deen suggesiea anu several
very worthy men have announced them -
selves canaiaates out iet u, iswu
and true citizens, who feel a deep inter
est in the future welfare of our grow-
iug cityi cohjef Thonar $n wnom nonor
is due' ahd that maif is4 nd Vther than
our tried and true mena, uen. jno. A.
Ynnnar. He has been intimately - asso-
fiatpid with us all his life, has used both
his means and energy f or the i?ood of
our town, ana- aas w w i io
proved himself faithless to any irusi,
and to such a man we can safely entrust
the future of our prosperous city ana
feel assured that its integrity will be
maintained. Many citizens. ;j
Wrenched aid Backed . '
By the pangs of rheumatism, the Joints eventually
become grievously distorted, and sometimes
game an almost .grotesque deformity. . To prevent
such results by a simple and agreeame means is
certainly the part of wisdom. A tendency to rheu-.
made ailments may be successroiiy comuwu
with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine with
th nnestlee of a long and
career, or. onr;
bounded popularity, ana vj. euiiim.v i-i-
m. Tt .nn. fwm tha Wnnil thnm IB-
enflorsemeut. j.i reiuu, uvm
flammaiory mzv.w -wwon, pauio
as the cause
rtn Mf a mirrant.
fertilizing Its sources Dlgesaon,- tne,, acooa oi w
bowels and the secretion of the bile, are aided by
It and it Impels tfte gianeys ana uuuum
lar and active performanoa pf their functions.; It
is besides a thoroughly reuaoie rsmeoy wr, au.
means of preventing, periodic fevers." .&3
aprl6 lw .
T)r. Murphv McLean, of Robeson, wss
thrown from his buggy, his horse run.
ning away, and had an arm woken, :
three churches, (? M-, , V
f Grass growing around .Greensbprq is
a great success. t I f 1,i J
a great success i I ic i f lxi I
CoL Polkis to address the people fit Jj
jieaveiana on the z4tn ol Jiay vi
.. The Raleiffh and Gaston Railroad has
received a largeiedg
Thursday .38,600? in pld,bcads-were-f
sent in to, ttemwtrtr.iorexj-
cnange. Hv..ir -st 4f.MTjt .-ivi'tu: tawMi
A Guilford county Jiurseryman:th!hks: 1
that Ihpt-fl -will : be a .foarth'ofa-T)eachii
ipnn - va it immi'MlHsii r. jlL
Ladies fcnd ge'rjtlemeh InSTViMirigtfir
engage in a Dig f dx httnlf to-morroSv
morning. a.- .. Hanmfy 'sw.uvt ri
A. complimentary concert win oe giv- i
en ME&i.U Jtafcnveiierci
at an paunaa;
AA,Vlf UIM, ja,- LruUrW 1
entific Soeiet in Wilmington. lat night,
Offine-universny.-i mtn. ittt-uptmn-mm i
The floating drefe in course ot ereOr
tion in Wilmington 'will be 70 feet wide
and 280 feet long. ' . . ; " " '.Vr
Col. Junius I. Scales, of Greensboro,
will deliver the 'memorial address at
Judere Cloud is'
Judge Cloud, is establishing a"1 sort oT
la t Winston, lie ue-
gari on stuffed hirds whifl' he collected1
wnue in jt loiiaa tins winter
Nat Boyderi' was recbmmitM tp;. jafl.
in ant)ury-y- uge-fcenonoK on nve
indictments. Ha isjAlseharged with a
Mr. Walter H. Page, of Wakewufttyj
is on the staff of . thBew Southern in-
4ependeBtXeiiiocrflB, p&peti ;Jn 2Je, (
Mr. Robert Mi Pur man. "of the Ashe-
ville Citizen, has been -appointed clerk
to Geh. Ransom's Senate committee pit.
railroads. . -
The Shelby Aurora says there have
been something over 5,000 chattel mortj
gages given in vicaveianu couuty bumjc
the 1st of January, 1879. 1
" The Odd Fellows of Greensboro: will
celebrate their 60th anniversary km the
26th. Jno, N. Staples and I M, Sqotfe
:n j .i i . ; ' '
wiu uo tne speaKing,- ' t :.innx
-The Oreensbore4aW"6ehool is inareaa
ing rapidly. " There:
are. some .fourteen
attendance ri6w,Jwitir the
double that number
Tha Star understands that the crav-
ernment works at New Inlet, .supposed
some days ago to have been injured by
the washing of recent heavy,. Winds,
have really been greatly improved. 1
Cleaveland county has produced a
man who went to school two days.' The
first day he turned back before he reach
ed the school nouse ana tne next aay
the teacher failed to come. .i',.
A man named Ledf ord, who died
Cleaveland county on the 21st, had been
subiect to fits, and as a preventive
against these had been wearing around
his neck a strand . of : the rope .with
which a negro had been hung. '
Miss Emma Hahr, Of Greensboro, as
sisted dv several voung ladies of tsaiem
and Winston, gave a concert in the last
named place this weeK, wmcn' is .'.yery
highly spoken of. -.riY .i i . ;
Willie Otey, the well-known Baleigh
barber, has been, by-Senator Ransom,
offered the foremanship of the United
States Senate barber shop, salary &0Op
per annum, but declined.
An election has been called for the
14th of Mav for the citizens of Mfc Airy
township, in Surry countyi to determine
whether theyiwjll subscribe 20,000 to
the Mt. Airy and ure is.no o rtaiiroau.
BishoD E. A.- DeSchweinitz, Rev. E
Bondthaller and Revi R. P--Lineback
leave Salem for Germany on Thursday
to attend the meeting of the General
Synod of the Moravian cnurcn, wmcn
meets in Herrnut, Saxony, in May.
Winston Sentinel : Mr. Appleget, the
architect, is here making the plan of the
new hotel to be erected by Capt. J. E.
Gilmer, of this place. The hotel is to be
120 feet front, five stories high, and will
have four store houses under it. Waen
jhed it will be the finest building in
I Winston Sentinel: In consequence of
ie fine tobacco seasons, the breaKs in
our warehouses during the past week
have been larger than at any timesrqce
Winston .has been a market. Since the
last issue of the Sentinel 400,000 pounds
of tobacco have been sold here.
Trucking fc the eastern art of ttie
RtAt.fi is a crrowinir industry in a donble
sense, C Ji Vorhees, the marfager of
the Southern Express, reports tnat last
week he made contracts for the4elivery
in Northern cities oraXWQpusnjasgreeu
: i- ; i i . t tT
SlMrU&t&Ttt Pim KjrimijPxfeiideni
ham. we learalyprtging
la ftrnrrwsfctni2 -on : thatr feeCXioft ot the
Co var rtv T"artkiM -iValtev road
Trit fTTk-of n'inee'rBare -abodt four
miles from town and are running the
experimental lines this way.
I n Vntirt Tq m
Greensboro Patriot: James Duncan,
an insane man who had for some time
been confined in jail, hanged hmself in
his cell Sunday night. He tore his
blanket into strips which h&fastened
to the upper part of the door and thusr
strangled himself. He had several
times attempted his life before, in con
sequence of which he was usually kept
Baleigh Observer: The commands of
the State Guard are in a general state
of advancement, and tippear to be ani
jiated just at present. There is a revi
val, so to speak,:in military circles, and
manv companies, are ..fUling .up. their
ranks, perfecting their drill, etc. . This
is a cheering sign, showing that , the
State may haveno fear pr,any diminu
tion of Ler lorces. , ; ,
Tq.v '., unA Trviiitr 'flxfindine colored.
1 brothers;! andjCitizens of obes'WliM
a fiht last sauiraay auorxi a wuuiau
The woman got into it and ddrjng its
urnorrPilS Jack trot a blow On the head
with a stick which, it wasithotigl for
awhile, would prove latai, out wokii is
nnt. apriWnsi " The Robosonian gives a
uno-thv nocouut-of the distBrbaneeT On
. J . i 34- T..,il'a 4-rtMTTiaV,lT
tne same ua y, iu. ou a i o w , uoiup,
joQB McGeachy and ToW Curiie, also
nr,inrd. had adiilicultv about a woman
John's head was cracked with a stick
and he died Sunday, . . ,
'Wilmington Stars Od, the arrival of
Governor Jarvis a sal ute-waa fired at
th6 dpot.:T)y the:,Cape -ear. Light, Ar
tilleryrand alarge crowd v?erev assem
bled in front of the hotel in expectation
a xtruierfi from the? chief executive of
the; State, but it' 'was announced by F.
.begged to be; eicused fro speaki
account 01 excessive; si
wwrt,; were invitmmroijnfl.t reaiiirHr
oom. where they could -see and shake
l moriTiPT the eveninff was DassetL a A
lanner wl eyemug nw tooot,,..-,
f --" " ; . .. " ,.
; Thft Plant savs that in. wnrnam last
iZ ,?o niahl dnrino- the nrevalenea
to?mof rwind andrain tH4
aroused by loud ;cnes for helrx.uThey
-nohArt -rtiit.3 into the back -vardy from
whence the Series proceeded and found
that. AnmA one had fallen, into the well.
Thn well was onlv abonti ten'f eet-deep
and lucHlv had lratma$iatetin it
A colored poy WftS passing' t0th4 to
MfhBri ana not kuowiuk ii wou
there : walked
few bruises, - r
in, " He escaped with a.
Mr. millet' H'Df
j The name of Mr. R." M. Miller is1
rMrtArffnllv nresentedior the consider
ation of the forthcoming conventions
pfor mayor ancLwui ne supportea oy
f 1 Z , many Fbiends.
Convention of War No. 1.
1 ftSnffillf lffl5 Meefn'
conventioa at tiiei,xuifor!.;OiSco ,MonHj
day night next, at 8 o ciock, sharft to
nominate candidates for aldermen of
said Ward. Citizens.
' niajM (mim
CANB1BATKS FOB TIB MATOBALTT.
.jrJiijfe hJ Wl ItXm 'XU Hi MMHj Hmk i'-t
In tom&teW&W a wfehes of "Manr cm-
tens" I win boa candidate for mayor at the ensn-
tne Aloanm telfas.aswneiainBO rlmiifiil aim
dience to your wUl, I am, with respect, ,,m
. ewoDoiBWK servant, .
f'Hri Semears CsrrC ftkt FttHs
txaawCtnzmmbfaOda brief oav t hacm m
einoea to annoanee myseu. ma xuuepenaent uanop
date for Oe ofBeaof Bsavar of the etty of Charlotte,
at the approaching election tn May. Thoroughly
faospendent: I shall not hs la the least lnftaenced
y any ring, caocos, or convenooni I shall have no
rtendi ssj award nor pemtBS toponlahi. liball
hot bribe nor purchase a vote, nor attempt in an
nndihaiHiedwaT-secare oBe; bat 1 pardoolarlT.
solicit the deliberate, independent vote. I am in
fawof attrics osbnmns and low taxes,.!; Themis no
politics in this election, tnereiore i sn&u run the
raesito tbesnand takesh cisk, ietthoresuU b
what it may. In thus announcing myself, I think
ltamneoBssstoieJsbnta make any fartbet
statement of principles that may gmde me; bat
wUHraiysay that I shaU rer ealUvate a genial.
Drotneny spirit with tnose wat i may oeeome asso
datedwtth.sjBd permit aacSBelustoa tsmak
this pledge: That if honored with a majority of '
your votes Saw ceooqtoeoi rsteotlow, my bet exer
tions shall be dtreeted-to a fair, honest and Im
partial discharge ol my duties. ,
i , . Hespecguuy ,
Charlotte, N.C., Aprfl ,11th, 1879.
In resDonse to the tSoUeltatlon.
my friends, I
have consented to become a cam
To the Veure sr the eltj sf Clurfhtte. ' '
At the solicitation of many friends I announce.
mytfttfit candidate fortbsiBCBce xtt mayor at the
JUrLN JS. UUMYIBt.
etf.'witia'liaM'a eoodrlithttoheaRli and hap5
niness as the other sex. Then, why suffer so long
when the remedy is within -yo" reach: Try Brad
field's Female Regulator, woman's Best Friend,
and you will have your health and- strength fully
restored. Call on your druggist for a circular, and
see some of the wondepol. cures It has made.
mara&.1P-.Li,i i III it
De Tea Wait te Enjoy Life?
Dath. or what is Worse, tt the InevltaUe nsoM
of continued suspension of the menstrual flow. It
is a condition wmcn should not do tnnea witn.
Immediate relief feitbeonlJ safeguard against con
stitutional ruin. in all cases of uppression, sus
pension or other irregularities of the "courses,"
Dr. i. Bradneld'a Female Regulator is the only sure
remedy.1 -' R-actsbr ghrtnr tens to Us snroni oeo-
s, improving tne Diooa, ana aeiermmmg airect
to tborzahs of meastraaOoa. ItU ataithttate
prescription, and the most intelligent doctors use
ft 'Ask your druggist for It .j.-i i
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. , ni Neerleans, March 17th, 1879.
The undersfamed certifies that he held for col
lection for accoont of 1 Kichoisoa, corner of
London and Dinwiddle streets, Portsmouth. Ta,,
natiof Tteaet no. 4W,2iv,ismgie numoer,
i c.v hi ttra Louisiana sa
draw the First Canital Prize of
Dollars, On Tuesday, March 11th, 1879; said tteket
having cost the sumo (HtedoJUar, at theofneeof
the company at Mew Orleans, 'being sent through
correspondence addressed to M. A. Dauphin, P. O.
Rnx w New OtImhis. Ia. and the amount sras
promptly pai oy 4decK,.oa tns Louisiana nation
al Bank. On presentation ol tne ncaet at tne omce
of the company T. M. WSSCOAT,
Agent Bootnern .Express wmimuj,
Mew Orleans, Xa.
Elevated Railroads. Lines of Staces. Places of
Amuaementa. Denots and Steamers all these
radiate from? of afel situated iin. the Immediate
neighborhood fif lhe Grand' Central Hotel, on
Broadway, Mew York, which is now kept on both
plana, ins-American z ou or j.uu, ana tnesuro
pean plan fl per isay, and upwards. An elegant
Restaurant, at moderate prices, is conducted oy tne
apr29 1W ' ' !. f;
the error aod o-
Y I T
ORANGE CARAMELS. STRAWBERRY CREAM
.u. ,CARA.-ieT.;,.;;,.i .
CHOCOLATE CREAM CARAMELS.
MOLASSES TAFFY. , , CREAM TAFFY.
sdnvi '-.WAXNUT ;TAFFY.
uir.&tltt .r.-riU.iil') 1 il ' ' .
FRESH, PLAINJtND FRENCH CANDIES.
bananas, apples, oranges, lemons,
yP'.j A ') !.') '
AND THE BEST 6ClGAB YOU EVER SMOKED.
Having removed hto office to th first Boor over
the Traders' National Bank, ean be I3una uiere
all hours during the day, and at bis residence cor
ner tsevenin -uiu iouegB imicb, . :
feb7 bm - rv..
DR. E.;Hv OEEENE
rp EN DEES his proressionai services to me peo-
J. pie of
fia vwuwy. amug a gmuu
mdlc, (Alopathic and
ate ot doic
quaiinea to practice eaner
system-,).,: v enfJoJ--Wi
, h wiil.sHlI devote attention esf
IC JJI8BASK4, DUt Will &1SO UU- KCilCliU ptwuw.
store. BdeiKe on
! ' 1 aliLa 1 1 1 : i i i "1 f if k
a gjraom taris, jBTanos,
WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and IL-
H o t n-wi ; i
Trade Street, opposite First Presbyterian Church,
MMi U) -Tutt Gray Stom
Every kind of repairs made at once at half prtce-
ant warranted pae ysar isvery nma jewelry or
Broriietiumngf tjoionng. BHvomatuig auu uat-
vanizing made at snort nouoe ana equauy as good
Work done for the trade at low Drtoe.- -
.thai' ApprenOeewan wtth ymppty good
vrao - 1 trrrrcrj
BeDaired work uncalled for win be told at the
expiration of twelve months for cost or ye pairs
aBISo isuffert tent
rewons ot routn pe woss sveaKnese
edyi avasi useovenw Hoyi aamusion
RtLl. I Li1iy4.
tm mi . .... . . m. w
..l.. , ' I --f-
Prof. TTrrtz'a Hmat iSerman Halt' Kestoratfrtr.
The best preparaUon tor UwHalr now known.
fnauaiiT restores gray but w u iuuunu corny
producing a taxorlAHt crowtb, eradicates ktoS and
dandrafl, earn aU diseases of tbe scalp, prerents
the balz Irom lalllns out aod relieves neuralgia in
the bead and beadacbs. - Try sX Prepared br
XANTEIKB cou mebmotML Ta , and lor sue w
v s , ,P.J.CBSw4 C0.,
, MnirfMtnie all the standard vaitetlet of
M. Whieh.they offer at lowest prices.
TRY OUB DLTJE SOAP.
-Thaaa 'irin win triWrrtnt AriA
They are ah unrivalled Dinner Pill, mild aperient,
and admirably adapted as a family medicine. They
are weed by the most oamvated people In our
country, and are extensively used by physicians ih
uieirpracBoe. poia oy uraggists generally.' sena
for etremar. E. R. BECXWITH, Sole MannfartttP
er, Petersbarg, Va ,
ST. LOUIS, Ma, ,
Say: Coiden's Ltebiss Liquid extract of Beef is a
very agreeaMe arocie of diet, and particularly use
ful when tonics are rea aired, betnsr tolerated when
other forms of animal food are rejected. In Dip
theria, Malarial Typhoid fevers, weakness, and
every depressing disease, we have prescribed it
wiw grew success. , awa ny au druggists. ,
We will pay Agents a Salary of auo per month
knd espenaaB, or attowa large commiaaioB, toaell our
bw and wonderful in Mentions. W mm mkmt we am.
ftanvle lr Adm8sMAJi Ce, lUcshsU, Kma.
A DAY to Agents canvassing for (he HFnrs
bids VBrroB." Terms and outfit free. Ad
dress P. O. YICXXBY. Augusta, Maine.
Arjrr a month and expenses guaranteed te
3Bl I Acents. Outfit free Shaw it Co.. Aukus
ta, Maine, t.-
ADVEBTISXMEMT of 4 lines Inserted one week
in 800 newspapers for $10. Send 10c for
100 nan oambhlet. O. P. BO WILL CO.. 10
Spruce street, N. Y.
In Jewelry and Faney Goods, Gold and Silver
Watches, Silver and Plated Table Waie,
J. T. BUTLER'S.
GOLD AND SILVER
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
J. T. BUTLER'S.
Comer Tryon and Sixth Streets,
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
a P. CALDWELL. Proprietor.
This house is permanently established and offers
an the conveniences and comforts of a flrstrclass
boarding house. Persons visiting the city will find
it pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be famished with rooms.
BATES Per day. transient, $1.25; per week,
S&OOl - Regular table, S 13.00; board and room
per month, $18-00.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1 In Probat.)
Yadkin County. f Court.
Joseph Sparks and Benjamin Sparks, Executors of
Benjamin panes, aeceaeea,
The Heirs at Law of Benjamin Sparks, deceased
BOTICK Of FINAL SXTTUUCSNT.
It appearing to th satisfaction of the Court that
Ljrdla Dimmit, wife of Paton Dimmit, Hannah
Felts, wife of John Felts, John Sparks, and Eliza
beth Reddlk, wife of John Reddlk, are heirs at law
tn this esse and non-residents ot the State,
It la therefore on motion mdered bv the Court
that advertisement be made for six weeks in Tn
Charlotte Obhkkter, notifying said defendants
to appear at toe Ulerk's orace in x aajunvuie witn
in twentr OATS Brier service or uui dodol ana im
them take notice that tl they fall to appear that the
same will be taken pro confem ana export as to
Given under my hind and seal of office tn Yad
kin vine, this tne lutnaay oi reoroarr, a. u ism
ISAAC H. VESTAL,
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVEii L. R WKISTON 4 COS
With 25 years eximrterice I
nstactkm . ,
C. T. EULHKI80N,
AXWELL & HABBISOXr
. BuyandseUoneonslgninjintall kinds of
MEBCHANBISB AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;
:...i:i , . : . . ' i. w4. . ii, : -
' - '! - -J- '
Will give strict personal - -j ; .
attention to an bustness entrusted to our care.
Foot doors above Charlotte HoteL
: , YlA WlLMINQTCM,
This' Lias being fun equipped
WUmlngton and au Notthem and Eastern Cities to
Greenvule, Spstanburg, all Stations
.i AUantiv Tennessee It Ohio,
As well as points tn Georgia
Insurance and Rates gaanuiteed at Low as
. , Gen. Freight Agent, wTlmlngton. N. G
Svngs and it&itims.
jyB. 3. TL He A DEM,
druggist aHd canter,
Mow offers to the trade a full stock of.
Lobin's Extracts and Colognes, '
English Select pices,
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. McADEN'S
C. WEST & SONS'
EXTRA No. 1 KEROSENE
ALADDIN SECURITY OIL.
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from C. West &
HishestMedal awarded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal OO Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before It will
bum. C West 4 Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. McADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
E DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOCTT
E DESIRE to can attention to OUR 8TOCAV
-T7 ANCY GOOD Q-
J? ANCY GOOD O
Ground and 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
French Plate, Hand Mirrors, Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a full stock of
American Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes.
L. B, WBISTON CO.
FEE SIMPLE DEEDS,
MOST APPROVED FORM.
Just Printed and For Sale at the
j THE MKT
FOR KMtT ffULARS " -'"
T? T3L A
. j . J.. unnj.. K. anmaa
Alwi7s caff usf oTbr JrenalmeZBlaik CasHmereT and Black TamiaeC!oths,aU of
which wemake a specialty. We keep a magnificent line of Trimming Silks, all colors. We have any
thing you want tn tne Button une.
IN WHITE GOODS
We keep everything, viz; S riss and Moll Muslins,
etc., all very cheap.; We have ithe largest stock of Ladles and Misses' Cufoi a Cona to ,
the etty. O.-der jour Himburz Embroidery and all other TrUnmlngs from us.
e have a
Figured; ijwels, Sheetings, etc., etc, as low at
DISPATCH UlTp - :
to all pocrra sodtil
offers uneQuaHed facilities for the Transportlon ot
Charlotte, Statesville, A&heTille, Butherftmrton
on the Atlanta ft Richmond Alr-Llne.
and Western N. a Railroads,
Alabama and Mississippi.
via any Competing Line, and Time as Quiefc
upon application to
T. T, SMITH,
Agent C. a Railway, Charlotte.
WHOLESALE aKO HIT Alt
GROCERS and DEALERS In COUNTRY PBODUCB
Keep constantly on hand
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP
PLES. DREED FRUITS, 4a
Exclusive Dealers in
EAMSOUR & BONNIWELL'S and A. L. SHU
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR. '
ALSO, PBOFRtXTORS OF TR
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been refitted and newly furnished,
and is kept in first class style. , !
Terms, Per Day $ 2 00
W Great indneements offered to table board
ers; for terms see the proprietor.
a3TOmnlbu8 and Carriages at every train. .J
FIELD BROTHERS .Proprietors.
Mr. H. & Wilson t Lady,. . . . ... .Superintendents.
Hkhbt Wilfono Clerk.
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate 82.00 and $2.50, according to loca
tion of Boom.
M. L. HARNETT,
Feb. ft tf.
aerk, late of Planters' Hotel.
'TOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. C.
C. s. Brown, Proprietor,'
Late of the National Hotel, Baleigh.
C. S. Brown, J?., Chief Clerk; W. O. Sbelburn Xr
Holton's Building, Trade Street, Up Stairs.'
Owirtff to the strtnoancv of tha tlmfl f will In fii-
! tare work very cheap' Will make fine suits for
i $10, Casslmere suits for S8. Pants of suits same
rates, i guarantee au my wont mo.nt, no charge.
Give me a call and be convinced, s . .
July 17. . ' " '
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
1 . .
Begs leave to Inform all those In want of a good
suit or parts thereof, they can call and leave their
order with him, as he is the best artist cutter and
tailor in this section. Should a fttiO suit be too
expensive get one at half price, but have it to be
artistic stylish and perfect . 1.
CO. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
G O LIS;.'
nrattr anA itluun AlflO a niCS Una Of Kid GlOVeB.
Kaln and Barred Ndnsooks,lLissalia, Ioaia t iwts,
beautiful line of
any hicss in tt State. Wj receive new goods e? r
AIEX VSDEB ijt HJ BBIS.