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" - SUXD AY, APRILS, 1819.
tAliCOAD BIEECTOBT. 3
ier trains to and from Caarleuc. onail the. MJ
Sad (Washington time); .v j ' T f
Arrives from Richmond and Qoldsboro,
Leaves for '"'" S
Arrives from Richmond... f
Leaves for ; '' J-
1.00 a. m.
8.20 a. m.
10.60 a. m.
6.45 p. m.
ATLAUTA lb CHAJUXTTI AJB-UNX.
Arrives from Atlanta,.,
6.50 p. m.
10.50 a. m.
Le&ves ior auhuk,..
Arrives from Atlanta,;
Leaves for Atlanta,. .
CHABUMTX, COLOMBIA AOOUSTA.
Arrives from Augusta,.. a.
Leaves for Augusta,. . ...... . ..
vrrives from Augusta,.... ....
Leaves for Augusta,. .
8.10 a. m.
1.00 a. m.
6.30 a. nt.'
' cAbolota csmtbal.
Arrives from Wilmington,., ;...M.r, . 7.29 p. m.
Leaves for Wilmington. ... . -... , - 6.00 a. m.
Arrives from Shelby,.. , .-.... 5.00 p. m.
Leaves for Shelby, ,7.00 a. m.
Arrives from Statesville,,i'tf
1 i ft T
&.ou p. m.
Leaves ior ssuuesvuie,
1 i ,uu a. ui
CHARLOTTE POST OFFICE.
OPTICS H0jjJB& .f
5.00 p. m,
6.0a p. m.
B AR n m
Money Order Department,., 9.00 a. m.
Registry Department,.. . . .-W.C ) a. m.
GenlDeUv'f StampDeptg.8.00 a. m.
" I- " B. III.
tar On KundavstSe General I iverr inatitamu
Department KlU be opeB-fronrv.OO a. nr. to 10.00
OPWWft-AMfcQatNO OF KAILS.
nirawa v rfttM -
t ' 11.15 a. tti. 6iK)-ThU
riijirlotte AflairbiTft.lt.XrA.OOam. 'Wftlbfl
" & Augusta R.B., 8.30 p. m. 10.00a. m.
WUm'n A Charlotte ; B. R. 8.80 P. m. 5.00 a.m.
Charlotte & Shelby &, JUn.,;5.80 p.m. fi.00 a. m.
& Statesvflle. - . 5.3Qp.Jq. 6 00 a. m.
r- Beattie's Pord, thorse Touted Mondays at
5 00 p. m., and Tuesdays at 8 00 fem. ;
Yorkvllle,. (horee route.) Thursdays at 6.00
p m., and Fridays at 7.00 a. ni. ,
1 WJ W. JENKINS. P. M.
THK HDKBKlt TO-HAT.
St. Pktkb'sE.) Chdbch. Sunday school In the
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
YOTTNO llEK'S CHRTHTIAN ASSOCIATION HALL.
Devotloiial exerdfes this aftfo0 at 4:45 o'clock.
scbool .In the afternoon at 8i o'clock.
" baptist Church. Servtees In the morning at 1 1
o'clock and bt the evening at 8 o'clock by Bev.
B. G. Covington. .Sunday school In the morning at
life o'elock. "
sr Marx's Lothkbax Church. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at X
'clock by Bev. E. A. Wrngant, pastor. Sunday
hool In the afternoon at 8 o'clock.
first PkesbttkrIah (hurch SerVices in the,
momlng at 11 o'clock-ana in me evening at
o'clock by Bev. Dr. Miner, pastor,
In the anernoon at ayt o wwau: v ; i
Associate Rktorkkd PrkhbitkHIaI Chapkl.
.Services In the morning at 11 o'clock jind the af
ternoon at 41 Cdoelt by Bev. W.'T. fallen pas
tor. Sunday school the momlng at 10 o'clock.
Calvary kianON Church. Services m the morn
ing at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 7 .o'clock
by the pastor, Bev. J. F. Butt. Sunday school In the
morning at 9 o'clock and clasVmeeting In the af
ternoon at 2Vfc o'clock.
St. Peter's (Catholic) Church. tow mass at
,u o'clock and high mass at lOtys ortock In the
morning; vespers and henUtIot tJiaVs o'clock In
the afternoon by; Very BwJP.H. Wolfe. Sun
da? school In the morning at o'clock.
To tow ommer MxTHOrmrr ' Av CHURCH. Ser-
vices In the momlng at 11 o'elock ami to the even-
ing at 8 o'clock by Bey A. A. Boshamer, pastor
Sunday school In the mftemoon !at 4 o'clock.
Prayer toeedngeveryWednesday evening at lt
o'clock.; -. Stranger oorfllally Invited.
Graham' Street (Colored) Method iar (K)
Church. Services to the morning atill o'clock
and In the evening at 8 o'clock by? the pastor.
Rev. L. B. GlbsonTTSunday school to the morning
at o'clock. Prayer ' meeting every Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock, r , H
Office Gdief SloAt; Officer,
Washinqtosi, April 2 i m p. m. )
For the South. AUanUeStates, falling
barometer, watraer aouthMy: winds, m
creasinar cloudiness and tpossibly Ugnt
rains. .. . ,'; ty v
Local Heprt tf Xwiertoy-
Second Prksbttkmas Church. Services hi the
morning at 1 1 'dock and lrf the enlng at 8
.nvkwk bv the pastor. Bev. X. BL Harding. Sttnday
tflnd Direction,'. . -
Weather, . ..; jl'.-.';
Highest temperature 81 deg.; lowest 58.
wiiATirwtiaaqBT. awax 26. 40 p. m.
-i a v. .
Key west,. .
index to lfd.yertiieMenw
'- .' ' " '
K. D. Latta St Bro Important, . .
1. L. Setgle A Co SUkft: f v. -a:- ; ,;
R. M, Miller .8on-Floar..fi. ;r . :
T. Walker- Attention, fclremen.
r ' -"' nt i
A good deal of eneritfbejing in
fused just now mto;thek.ic? ramc.
A good many Charlotte people are eat
ing strawberries out of .-their own gar
dens. ' "
At leasf a half dozen -fishing parties
left the citv yesterday, and it was a
pretty good fay for fishing: j
Maj. W. W. Flemming, of this city,
will deliver the annual, address before
the students of Pioneer Mills Academy
on the 29thof Mav;;.X i ' -
The Gounod - club meets Monday
night at the residenee-of Mrs. Dewey.
JJoth active and associate meniocra
urged to attend.
Messrs. Osborne" iind Flemjtoilng; the
t.wn fnHM!ttA9 f or the mavoralty, will
not discuss the issues; In .Ue ' contest J
whatever they. are-m the public square
until Tuesday nights fj'f n
The Busy Been yvXHJrstxiJ.
ThA AntArrAinmftnfe tfDf feiven on
the afternoon, ot the . 3d, of May by
nie I5USV - xiee ocieijf ""j
yard, will open within -Queett'of May.
Besides this feature, which. ;,wm be ,en-i
tertaining- and : attractive, ; ice icream,
strawberries and'-: other jef resnments
will be- served; .and ;the; Italian band
will furnishu music throughout the
evening. The -yng 4 ladles hope to
afford a tyeasant entertammfent for
young and old:;;4ri "7.'l t q
Pergonal. . . . ; .::;&,. ? '
The vadesboroITemWi;6aya: "Our
military men are just now feeling sor -
w nav..n,u. ti. rn..vftrv nouular
among the ' members : of Ins; regimenr,
AMUAAUtU't ' 1 A V . - L -i r - J-
and it js to be regretted that h0 has seen
Southerner says he is a model man who
will-resign a colonelcy to take a cap-
tuincv i.ii:.w is! i&tii i
Patrick, both former residents, were in
the city yesterday.1 The roitner is now
traveling for a Ne'wJ York house, and
me latter now resides in Dan vine.
Mr.W. W. Overman left the city yes
terday to take a position twith a ; New,
iork house, to the i regret of many
friends, , t;
. 80.101 I 2 96
... 82- 83
.. aw. ;aw
.-. 4 - ; e
. . -jyatrw I f Fair.
Friday nichr- aftr - io famiw n-
Joseph Freeland. . vhn . Iitm in fhu
street and fired a shot which was heard
to strike the house. Mr. Freeland went
to the front door with his pistoMn bis
hand, and as he opened it another shot
w as area ana tne party went on with-
J,T Ml ty . ? f V'tyf T?11
A A8 MAmift Atfofi after
yealed to fact that one of the uho&
iuuHb prouaoiy ine one nrst nred, had
entered the front door. While it,. 1s t
hardly tQ be SIlDDOSed that tha nartv In
this case wished to do harm tn iin v nor.
I t,i Mllnr norain cill :-
MryJippeMTtd those who
are guilty or it should, when cauelrtvbe
A Rentarble Counterfeit.
Money handlers will hA j
know that the secret service has cotnB
intor possession of 'a faosA remarlrahr
counterfeit. It is a counterfeit . jo I
United States leeal tender note and u I
calculated'to deceive even persons ao -
customed to handling notea ot thafe de4
nomination. What makes it the morel
remarkable is .the. fact .that Oie work on
inenate was5 exeoutetf wttR a pen and
ink. All the intricate figures and curves,
by pen and mk. The sicmature nf Jnhn
Allison, formerly register of the treas- i
ury, is almost exact, while that of John
ew, tortnerly treasurer, is perfect.
The whole bill, back and face, is aTwon-
derful piece of pertrwork. The bill was
detected at the sub-treasury in New
W. L. Thomburg, a well knowii q'ar
penter of this city, met with a violent
death near the Brewer mine in ' South
Carolina, twenty-five or thirty miles
from Monroe. The accident occurred
Friday morning about 10 o'clock. Mr.
Thomburg and Dr. Chatard. one of the
riim-ielorOof IHe'lrtfntsJwere in a
hsprin wagon togetlief and Were driving
a, spirueu norse. ine animal became
uncontrollable and the two men were
thrown violently from the vehicle. Dr.
Chatard was only slicMlv hurt, THa
iqmMBfion fMiLheprenuwt into a pile
"i uiuKeii ruuK sum 111s skuii was iraetur-
ea He never spoke afterwards, bul
gfadnallr grew worse and at 7 o'clock1
breathed his last. . ,
Mr. Thornburg's remains were
brought t Wolfe's station where his
wife is at present residing and will be
buried at Big Steel Creek church to-day.
He was about twenty-five years old and
had been married less than a year. He
bore a good character in the comniuni-
ty and .was liked by all who knew him,
- ' ' v j 1 1 , tt(,
A TMteful Tribute.
At a meeting of
Light Infantry in that city Thursday
night which was.lanrelv attended hv J
v 1. ii. ...... . - v . .r 1
uoiu nits acuvo memoers ana dv tne
"veteran corps." resolutions were nassed
as follows :
"That the Wilmington Light Infantry
have heard with unfeigned regret of the
death of Mrs. Dora Gregory, of Char
lotte, N. C, a lady whose, estimable
character and warm attachment to the
company, from its organization to the
time of her death, endeared her to us
and the en tire. community; that in her
death the cothpany has also to regret
the loss of a member and officerwhose
name has been borne upon our rolls for
many years as its vivandiere, at. her
own request and as an evidence of our
grateful appreciation of her friendship ;
that a committee of the veteran corps
oe appointed oy tne cnair to tase mea
sures to provide for a suitable monu
ment to the memory of the deceased
afid that they be authorized to receive
subscriptions and take such "steps as
they may deem proper and advisable
to serve the same object."
Young Men' Christian AMOciation in
Mr. T. M. Pittman, of this city, State
secretary of the Young Men's Christian
Association,- has begun to receive re
ports from the various local associa
tions throughout tire1 State, from which
he is to make up his re port, to be for
warded to the general convention which
meets in Baltimore May 2lst-25th. The
reports will show a surprising growth
of the organization in North Carolina.
When the State association was organ
ized in this jcity two years f ago, by
Messrs. Hall and Cree, only four asso-
ciaticns were known to exist m the
State. . Mr. Pittman thinks the number
now is about twenty.
He has received
rpnnrt.s frnTn nVfirt'l.qnfHaHrns. whtrh
an Hie iiciu, tue seai, me nne engray- I vjyvia-iuuW' II I I
ing work, and even the fibre in the pa- f frTerapletor"company,,
uei. are aimosr, nerrerriv priiintorfottarf 1 ueiueu in 1 ;narinrx t.n tirsr nr
show a total active membership of,siilStjSb,.
The largest association yet reported; J jwzfAf
in ureensDoro, ana nas lou acuve meml J2 "iWi0
bers. Winston and Chapel Hill echfiil-
Thn Hma QnH rJonn nf fho riovf gnntu
al meeting of the association has nofc
a i i? j i .1 4.: .i4t.l
vet uecii uacu u v tLBCAGCuuvevuiutuiLf
tee. r The secretary says the committee
swajtirg JprM invitation to some
town whose association is able to en
tain the delegates, and that the time
will probably be in 'June after the
meeting of the general association in
To the latter feonvention each asso-.
ciation 13 expected to send as many as
two delegates and not more than ten,
whatever may be its membership. The
names of these delegates must be sent
in to the secretary Defore the conven
tion meets, as well as the statistical
reports, both of which should be for
warded within the next two week?.
An Engineer's Bravery and Presence
Friday afternoon while the train on
the eastern division of the Carolina
Central Railroad was on its trip .from
Wiimintrton to Charlotte, a most unu
sual occurrence , befell it. Stopping at
a VvtA krvAMve w.-
wifhdrvnmB wood, and six mues iur
.i toVwiIo ma nf U'nrxl was
discovered by Engineer Cook to be in a
vrirhr. hia7. The material was so very
inflammableNthat before the train could
be stopped the flames had taKen noia on
e box-car next the engine, as quic
lv as this could be done the engine was
unouple4Fomha train, ana leaving
tfoidfcctdri feverfew; Ithfe train; hands
and passengers to fight the fire on the
box-car, ine engineer, ui .wue xutcuoc
heat generated by the burningpine,
stood at his throttle and rari the engine
three Inindred, yards up the road to
point where he knew1 he would find a
pool of water on the road side,
pool OI water on mo xuau biuc jj
fimfl he had made thiaLdistance, the en
gine looked to the passengers in the rear
like a sheet of flame; the engineers
clothes were scorched, his flesh 1mtere(l
and the rosin drawn frpm the cab over,
his head; but with buckets of water
carried by-the fireman and wood-passer
ir nnnk finallv extineuisbed the flaihes.
throwing the i wood overboard as fast as
he cpuia put out me nre ou iu jr
fima it w ah all over the water : in the
tender was hot almost to the boiling
int. hut for all inat no aamage nau
Trtnmi theartv behind having iu
a meantime extinguished the fire on
Enkineef (oWsehce' crf mind in
t-hid t.nai nn tne engine ana ruamiix
it forward-to-where he could get water
to put out the fire, he prevented geat
damage to the ngin6.r - , - 1
A bassenger' oii the train, & stranger
in the city, put himself to the trouble to
oii nnnn -n vfiftt.fi rtiav to narraw ine
above facts. He rightly concluded that
Mr, Cook's conduct in the- jnatter was
Snaorvinor nf honorable, .mentaom ' and
this opinion we cordially endorse.
: Our . Tenerable .. and " distinguished
friend, Kedward Glavin, was once an'
honored citiaeuof Wilpiington, and
even now-as his hmd staVts oft to wan
der amonir the creeu hills around Cork
it . always, passes ( by ilmingtoB nd
VMpl&Zm&tfajo&Qet I of that
city neTet loses Bijrfit cfc ftsuf ormer citi-
pi juc ajiu uiciisiiiTc- J.us a reccait issue
been said once or twice, is ttotwithout
honor save in,
If we are
tuen we have an illustration 'at hand.
A fpteTrtTtmpfAlcopfiS Dbseev
Vr1 ht vesteWavlfceofo former
townsman ..oa!be late fforirjajtyorof
inac cicy. 11. ne- snouiai oe-1 Baminateav
and elected,xe?utpa$adej the&ii-
1 IMS SOiOTt
-The Thome comedy comanVbrr1rf
has been DlavirAriiii the: fimaBr tnwna 1
ojC Botith . Carolinlt firxbably sum-T
mer in Asheville.- imiv m dw ! f!
-r: irotessional cocobaflKS' liSCye xetired
Jo give the amateur a chance, but the
in Charlotte at least, do ot Smsi
pcu lu uv auxious 10 uiKe aavantageoti
son, is booked for Atlanta on the i2th
and'l8th.":'?.n",i,!-i,", i'." ' ' ; xammi
Modjeska js charged with saving that
Wilhelmj is a terrible flirt and is more
teuu w ned prWstsswtst hirgailarittles I
nuaix xyt ma wiifu iiccoiupiisiinieiiia
The Philadelphia Record estimates
that already $238,000 has ;lem paid in
that city to witness performances of
"Pinafore." ' ;-r .
'Mlai Fnny -llayipnpVrl'awSmmense
houses - at thft iiQrrand ' Opera House in
New York last week lnvPiiue," ''and
teha will plavlnwt drMa'alllhis week,
the last of her engagement.
'Mr. J. H. Haverlv annornis that he
has secured from the domestic ciicle of(
New York families. seventyrfive child
ren, who will shortly appear m a series
of matineft perforttiances of aH. M. S.
Pinafore."- ' ,
Wilhelmj is figuring quite' extensivfe
ly iit New. York city. He waa to have
appeared in a? grand concert in Stein-
yay .HaUast FHday night. t---
appeared in a ner jple at Auburn, N.
Yljfst -Tuesday- He had played there
the night before in "My Son," and the
troupe were Just about leaving their
hotel when one of the members got in to
a dispute with the landlord, that ended
in blows., Mr, Raymond came to his
associate' relief, and received a blow
in the left eye from the landlord, "which
made him sov mad that he went to his
room, got his jcane and returned the
blow with it Then the landlord had
him arrested, but the matter was finally
settled;: without : a triar This is the
second fight Raymond, hai.hid with a
hotAl .irAAnAr , .1, 7 '
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' -'- ; uxirf
Iical Religious Note.
Rev. Father Woife, Of the Catholic
Monastery .m.. (Jaston !rfiOuty, will
officiate at the Catholic chnrch to-day
Rev.-sFather "Council is in, Ashwillo
Church tlrerel' ' , .il 1
,H Capt R. !L. Graham ' werittol Dallas
yesterday "to deliver an address at a
Sunday school celebration these.
At no point in the State; have the
fcealous efforts of Mrs. Moon, the revl-
1 Vallst, been more appreciated than in
Winston. , Her portrait now occupies a
conspicuous j)lace in,;.the.hall of the
Toung Men's ChristiaacAssociation of
that town. 1 :
Concord PresbytervclosiB3 its session
at Bethel church near Davidson Col
lege, to-day. "
Last nday was. the. day observed in
: the Episcopal and 1 Catholic churches in
honor of St. Mark, the evangelist.
The Episcopalians of North Carolina
are at last to have a church paper in
the- State. It will be called The Mes
senger and will be published in W
The names of its editors have no
The Southern Baptist conve:
meets in Atlanta. Ga Mav 8th
following is a list of the delegates ffonf
tms state: ,, -. ..p
Major Wm. A. Graham, Iroi Station ;
Rev. T. H. Pritchard, D. D. ; Hon. John
. Scarborough, Rev. C. T. Bailey, Col.
J. M. Heck and Col. A: D. Jenkins,
Raleigh; Rev. Jas. S. Purefoy, Wake
Forest College; Rev. Theo. Whitfield,
D. and Rev. lt. H. Griffith, Char
lotte; Rev, A. C. Dixon, Chapel HUU
isev. u juurnam, uurnam; itey. jn.
Cobb, -Fayetteville; Reys.;Ti! Dixon,
M Webb, Joseph Scoggins, A.
PDixon, ; vr,. J . liosti
" Shelbv J 'illev. i.
erdan. Lnmherton; Rev.
1 J JBi BoOne.mteSVlIie J. S. MtadOWS.
JPejriJtev.,H A Brown, 'Wifr
fnr TiAri fi ,W ( Kaimncrh Wake
ifi "v -i w - . . " --7
"Forest; Prof. C. L. Wilson, Scotland
Neck; KeV. ' John Mitchell, ' DjD,
Asheville v Rev. D. B. f Nelson ana Ke v.
Ji P. Morgan, Hendersonville.
The Soiree Masieale at the Instiute.
A soiree mustcale, . given by tne pri
vate pupils of Dr. Bidez, took place
Friday eyening at the Institute for
Young; Ladies, and proved a complete
success,, as weu jn, j,ue: eietaaoir ssm
the execution, of the music.
The selection had been made so very.
carefully,' that the taost fastidious taste
could, not .have .objected to anything,
and it rrnist bfe considered as i a sure
proof of the refinement Of the artistic
sense, among the peowe ibf ; Oiarlotte,
that, such music; couldHtoe'SO-wll Teh
: Solosfiwere ' su'rto.vliLtS. TkLli. lArmis-
TT r fir v-i v . j mi a
teaCL, MrSaATi WJIOlliinu jjuaao rxa.
Wr1stonhbse;;voiceS'nav,e, otten oe-
fnrA flpJlirlitM ChatilotW audiences, and
" . .
, itshtsv Mrs. k u.i5iaez, miss canine
1 Hannah suirl Mias Vnrra Radham. Mrs.
1 F. B. Bason who, to the disappointment
ofmanv. was unable io "sing a solo on
account of a Tery severe dolrtlapd . two
i young iaay-piamsts,enaowea ,wiui
i mguiy promismg taienr, wiss jx i xwuiey
and Miss M- Stoney, comf)letM ,the list
or tn private , pupws presem.eu ; uy aji.
Bidez to thenudience.-' ' ri u -j
Thermaui' feature of the evening was
in three vocal trios, of which, two, Au
tumn Sofia, by Goldbeck; sung by Mrs.
Armistead-Miss Wriston and Mrs. Bi
dez : and Dragon FUes, by Bargiel, sung
by Mrs. Morgan, Miss Badham and Mrs.
Bason, were raptuously encored. We
nndoratand t.hfiv ar t be snnff asrain
at. the concert to.be given, by- the Gou-
The,:soia?sung; nj-xuxs uiaez,
the doctor's-wifewaa the occasion for
her ofs a 'Temarkable snccessj; ; A .real
' a . " l .1 AV - mV aWaH lvAtir iTAWtr
rniiXtnlMMArlstLfl aildlfllice :;,wat'With:
thif paperAjteJpphet-ifl fcift4Befdt&th adjournmenr several nie-t
. 1 1 y
l .1 11
till i 11 n i
heFkhmellotTilto ifc J irff
anawitn tnennisnea. syie ,jwiju pcii
varteA hpr rpnderlrtflr Of Qn&Ol,HaleVV B t'i-'t
most beautiful arias, 'j
f ra Ti.TDfiwev. Dndlz's "ierv able
'assistant in . the music epartmeut of
thA institutej helDed him in opening and
rin!n the ftoneert."whIeh1:wa5. on the
wnoie ana in every atuhubi-v one
best ever given in the-schoot nndeiarrjl
To" the Editor of The Observer! v t ' a ' i
As several M .theV. wards ot the city
hnld mRfltinErs on next Mondav evening.
Wr.' W. W?Fiemming and -myself have
concluded to . postpone , the public dis
rnssion alluded to in your t columns un
! Trta!ivpVAnlTi() at8 o clock..
- ' Respectfully, ; ? V r - -
, N . - F.I. OSBORNIi.
7, The Federal Coert Jn Statesville ad
ibufrfed' yesterday1 Most rfhe cases
tried were for fraud against the eo e r-
ment-blockadinfir. illir.it riiRtliny 11-
ing whiskey and tobacco without a
license, etc - Oyer twenty nernons rpr
vrf : . : " . " . T "
convicted on these chanren. and a ttnm."l
for a year, and one day, the teTva&m
which sentence inquire that the pris-;
uiiem inr bchv.w iusuif' ijcui tell UltUTY ,
bers of the bar addressed the court in
behalf of the parties. His Honor Judge
Dick relented in response to these ap
pSals' and 'shortened the sentences,
thereby admitting of the prisoners be
ing confined in jails within the Statd.'
Tlievsllltb'JSiBnt to .Knrka and. "MTv
Doirellttfeit' Ih "adaition to these!
Lali.umber Of persons, who received the
benefits ot tire ajmrestvar the last term
and gave security ior the eotet, being ua. f
auie 10 pay -tuts une a, ine present
terljwere sent M Jail: Tlwcourt was
very, busy all 44ieH.iR eek, and transacted
more than the usual amount of busi-
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'4U,.. I., 'II '
uapu opragms, ine veteran conductor
on - the ' run between Charlotte and
Greensboro,, was. caught between, two
flat cart on the side-track at the meet
ing point; nijrht before" last and slichtly
injured, fl& e,toa$hQ. .city yester-
uay witu 111s iruiu uut was uasen worse
audniay be laidnplor sometime. -h-vM
Ashevule: Kailroaa ran up to Butt
MountamKOap .Thursday; The road is
now complete tawUhin three 'and an
quarter miles: of Hendersonville. ;
pany is puttingtip new polls, along the
line of the Atlanta and Charlotte, Aur
Line. Several car loads of polls were
brought inyesterday fox ths purpose.
one excursion train went into Atlanta"!
yesterdarvnli crowded with passengers'
wno went to witness the memorial ex
ercises there which werj& of ,a very im
posing character. -v' e!
Beginning to-morrow trains on the
Western North Carolina Railroad will
run to the east end ot the big tunnel,
jndHgidafl BTfety daMthereafter. All
passengers, freight and mail for Ashe
ville will be delivered at that point
Yicket forityf' Ward.
To the Editor of The Observer
, Allow jne a, small place
luiont 4 pcesehti toe Mum
in your col-
ames of 11. T.
Butler, G. J. Tool and B. Frank Wil
son, as the most suitable persons for
aldermen of .Third Ward.
If JO J'1
- ' Sleeting- In Ward No. .
mi a et tvr .m
wine cuizensoi wara xo. 2 are re
quested to meet at the mayors office
Tuesday evening at B O'clock for the
purpose ot nominating candidates for
aldermen in this Ward. , Citizens.
VOTERS' OF THE "VVARt).
To the Tme aaet'the Trie.
toielEdltorot The6iserf:) I J 1 "
When aldermen have been tried and
proven .themselves able and efficient, it
is an experiment and a dangerous one
to change for those untried andttn
-knoWnJ Hence messrst Millet. Scott and
Tatenf should receive the hearty supr
port or tne voters ot vv ara jn o. 1. . ?
, , . ,.1 . .. T ''
x ' Another front Ward No. 3
To, the Editor of the Observer ;S-
. mk rfespectfaliy suggest Mr. W. N.
Mullen as one of the aldermen from
Ward No. 3. MAir? Citizens.
aLDERSt AN1C TICKETS. P
Another Fourth Ward Ticket.
1 Meri0)of PMfeian?McNinch.
areienergetic fpasn nd3 will see that
itthevaxe elected, snail re-
eeiyaus snare neat yampravemenrs.
..i - W V .! ... . ' i
The voters would do well to elect tnem
Laa ajornjen,, , m ogress.
wfll support Hon.
Henry T. Butler and
Wilson for aldermen of the Third
rrft i :
Maj. FleaamrB Card.
In compliance with the wishes of "Many Cltl
zens" I win be a candidate ior marar at utoensn
i ng election la (May. i Erer yielding a cheerful oba-
dience to your will, i am, wun respect,
-' - Taut AtwwHAflt. MFffUlt '- '
w. w. FuKKnro.
& Mil limi tiri ttL piLlc
Fkllow CrnzKire In.thls brief way I tare con
cluded to anaounee myself an. Independent Candi
date for the office of mayor ofthe city of Charlotte,
at the approaching eiecuom in nay. xorouKniy
Independent, I shall not be In the least influenced
by any ring, caucus, or convention ; I shall hare no
friends to reward nor enemies to punish; I shall
not bribe nor purchase a rote, nor attempt' In any
rmrlnrhnndrtrt wxT tn amtnm oner bat I Barticnlarly
solicit the deliberate, independent rote.' Iam In
favor of strictcoonomy and low taxes. . Then is no
oontics in this election, therefore I shall ran the
race to the end and take' the 'risk, let the result be
what it may. In thus announcing myself, I think
it unnecessary to elaborate or make any further
statement of prindples that may guide me; but
wULtioJyfay ttiaO shall ever cultivate a genial,
brotherly spirit with those that I may become asso
ciated with; and permit me, in conclusion, to make
Votes ana COOHrXHMSlfi twuo, uij uesk cicr-
( ttens shatthetoeeteitof a lair,
nonest ana lm-
I nartlal ducBarse or mi auaes.
. . w.&kobmsnt.
Charlotte. NC JLprll llth 1879."
I . . r- r
Mr. Oshorie lKUie Areas.
, i i a i it i
InVfisnonseto the solldtaUon of my friends. I
have consented Jo become a candidate for the office
na Tm Vt ta ! Life
Daath. or what is worse. Is the inevitable result
of continued suspension of the menstrual now. It
is a condition which should not be trifled with.
Immdutie sehef is the onlr safetuard against con
stitutional ruin. In all eases of suppression, au
isn ortotner irreruiamiss 01 tne "courses, -
5ft JlHradaattLs FetDftteategtdator is the only sure
remedy. It acts by giving tone to the nervous cen
tres, improving the blood; and determining direct
ly to the organs of menstruation. It Is a legitimate
Sreacnpnon, ana ine most mieingent aocwra aw
. Ask your druggist for it ?
-d 1 M . -lU.f
OFJTFE OYER U R, WRLSTflN A GO'S
Wlth 25 yBa7xrrlan6
I guarantee entire
j Jttptf iWp&lqX AGENCY.;
For selling and buying Mines, Lands ajKl&ouae&V
Advertise free of1 cost, ' ait prxverOes njaoed hf my
nutli. it .n hands for sale. B3 a-
" - ' THOaj. C5AYT0N,
declO Charlotte; N. C.
to tae Bduoroi inc
i ManVtax mvers?
K. Y. McAden.
5 f, PLR i
fm-- i s r i - -
is i s i ayii r,i
4 I 9 &ich1iiim!m t
tiTrWflnma raW noftTU.iaid and Miver
K . Hn 5T ITU .no.
H iiarewicinuuuurwni uure mil,
' H "Mil
r t i?er
S? ov'i- 'j'-i' -.
GQU INI) JsinSP
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
From Fads, Franoay ,
WATCH and CLOCK IKKXfSt faLPKB and filL-
TmdeBtet,tvpostte Ffc4 nsbyteriao Church, j
lEverr kind of renalrs made at once at halt brlos 1
and warranted one year. Every kind of Jewelry or :
monze uiioing, iionng. euyer-raang ana uat-.
vanbdng mad at short notice and equally as good
as new, wont dona for the trade at low nrieea:
er Apprenooe wanted, woaiiremium and goon
references.- , . . ,.,...1
Benalnd: work uncalled for wffl be sold at me
expiration of twelve tbonths for cost of repairs.
X A N T H I J E .
Prof. Hertz's Great Oeman Half Restorative.
The beat nreDaiatte loathe fialr now known. It
gradually restores gray hair gto its natural color.
Drooucinr a luxunaw rrowui. eraaicaies scmn ana
dandruff, cores all diseases of the scalp, prevents
the hah from ftUllnr out and relieves neuralida in
the head and headache. Try H- Prepared by
XANTHim CO., RichmoBd, Ts , and for saw by
auonggista, - ' . .
' 7.'J, CBZW
- ,i BJchnwmd, Ta,
ManafactareaU the standard varieties of
Which they offer at lowest prices.
These Fins wm Dre vent and cure Drsneosla.
They are an awtvaOed Dinner PULinlld aperient
and admirably adapted M aJamlly medicine. They
are used by the most caKIvated people In our
eountay, and are extensively used by physicians m
Oiete practice. Bold by Drurgtets generally. Send
for clmu&r. X. R. BECKWiTH, Sole Manufactur
er, raersburg, va.
' '' ' KMXNSNf PBS.
B.JL;k J. CIEDLET,
ST. LOUIS. MO.,
Say: Colden'a Llebig's Liquid extract of Beef Is a
very agreeable article of diet, and. particularly use-
rui wnen ionics are required, oeing tolerated when
other forms of animal food are rejected. In Dtp
therla, Malarial Typhoid fevers. Weakness, and
every ae pressing aisease, we na
re scribed it
with great success.
Sold by an P
- We will pay Agents a Salryol tlOO per monui
nd ezpenaes, or allow a large cooimiHsion, to sell our
aw and waadcrful ioTeotionn. Wt mem what w mm.
'ftrmr'- tree. Address Seuiui &Co Man hall, Kica,
rr A DAY to Agents canvassing for the
7 sn visrroK." Terms and own
Tenns and outfit free. Ad-
dress F. O. VICKEBY, Augusta, Maine.
a month and expenses guaranteed to
Agents. Outfit free Shaw ft Co., Augus
A DVERTISEMENT of 4 lines inserted one week
.xA. in 800 newspapers for $10. Send 10c for
100 page pamphlet. G. P. HOWELL ft CO., 10
epruee street, . i.
' . lemon
ORANGE CARAMELS. STRAWBERRY CREAM
'. VANILLA CREAM CARAMELS.
' CHOC0V.TE CBEAM CARAMELS.
..I WALNOT TAFFY. i "''
,:- - ....... .'- ... ,' i ; 'I
FRESH,, PLAIN AND FRENCH CANDIES, ,
BANANAS. - APPLES, - ORANGES, - LEMONS,
-:'SV VX : . 4111 ft.U
AND THE BEST 6c CIGAR YOU EVER SMOKED.
D. S. MAXWBIX. .
" ATjCTIOllr" AND
COMMISSION : ,
I 1 ! J-'f ' 11 j
Buy and i
. MERCHANBISX AND COUNTRY PRODUCE;
r I rJ
'!? Ill (
VOX ' '
. . . WIQ give strict personal ws,'. - - " - s.-, , , i,r- . ' i'"
' "attention to aH business entrusted teonx eue. t El&wed; wali Sbeettngs, et&, eta, as lew as any house la the State. fTj reeelve iew goods every '
. Four doors above Charlotte HoteL dar." ' Tery iMpeeftuTy,. - -T," l ;
-.tVll -WH".aa:vCf 4iil m
lelaB:tu1r,4tiltp9ed ifcw, taslamN,
IrThruliioa aW all NornMrn and 'Eastern Ctttea to
- q wnn me. Saartoator.-an
tfaiaeftiee Jt Ohio,
ill i ,.'. ;-j risKKt ."'".
pomti m eeorgla
i: -Hlii fl'ik H;iJ ; :, '' '
-11 iBswattce sad KMMgaamateed as Low as
' Infonaatioa funilsbed
fU tii; . "Ml I "' SU ';. . , .,
i.tv y,o!i ;t::i
-Jii'V.O " H:tf .. ii..-:.' ' . .. .
! ni iff!.!, ,,:.;!'; .
J ilii.; ii i., , : i .iJv ., .
Geo., Freight Acent, Wilmington, N. Cy
.Kowoflan to the trade a fun stock of
Labia's Brtractaaad Colognea,
Ingnsh Select piees.
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap
Kngiish, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both nlghl and
C. WEST ft. SONS
CXTBA No. 1 nBOSKNB
ALADDIN SECrjRTTT OIL.
Wesfs XkUa No. 1 Kerosene OU. from C. West ft
Hhiest MedaLamrded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
Ore test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will
bum. C. West ft Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Da. J. H, MoADEN.Sole Agent
CHARLOTTE, N. C
WE DESIRE to call attention to OUR 8TOCT"
E DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOCiv
-U A N C Y
-i? A N C Y
G O O D O "
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 CXLULOID TOILET Cases'
French Flate, Haod Mlrrow, Russia Leather
Pocket Books; also a fall stock of English and
li-..-s t.l " ' - M,tt .
American Tooth,' Harr and NaU Brushes; i.j:
L. B. WRISTON A CO.
TEE SIMPLE DEEDS,
ilOST APPROVED FORM.
Just Printed and For Sale at the ; .
-tWi ii v OBSKRYEB OFFICE.
:-. H! .'
. i ... .
" VvkiteScwiNb UachireCo.
! .(: -i.'Siaib -ffn sec
A new lot received this day (Monday) by expressjwetty and cheap.
Always call on as tor Drees Goods, Grenadines,
wtucawaaean-aanaemar. ws Keen a maminoent
uung you want mine ifuHonime.- (i .
----- TN WHITE ftOODS
We keep trerythmg. via: 8 ifes and Mall Muslins,
i ain . an nrv rihAsn. V bun Urn luravxit
au very caeafb
, s- .thwettci OXtecyvOT Hamburg Embroidery and an other Trimmings from as
KCQtTff ciKJLcri; - i
TO ALL POINTS 80CTB.
t :i ' t-J i T. ' .. ft 4"',"'""" '. ' '(tB " ' i .
oOmMQaaSMfacOSlMtar Oe TraDsporUon of
rharlotta. StatasrlUs, AsawvQla, Buthertordtoa
and Western K. C Saflroada, ...
Alabama and MtestaatppL
.. 1.. . ii.-: '. i ': . - i :.'
via any Competing Llaa, and Tlau as Quick.
upon application to
Agent a C. Railway, Charlotte.
WBOUBALB A1TO UTUL
GROCERS and DEALERS In COUIfTRT PRODUCE
Keep constantly on band
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE. IRISH POTATOES, AP-
PLE3, DRIED FRUITS, Ac.
Exclusive Dealers In
BAMSOUR ft BONNIWELL'S and A. L. SHU
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR.
also, PBorairroRS or na
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been refitted and newly furnished,
afid to kept to first class style.
Terms, Per Day
S 2 00
W Great Inducements offered to table board
ers; for terras see the proprietor.
WOmnlbus and Carriages at every train.
FIELD BROTHERS. Proprietors.
Mr. H. 8. WnaoH a Ladt Superintendents.
Hmntr Wilfono, Clerk.
A B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate $2.00 and $2.50, according to loca
tion of Room.
HARNETT, Clerk, late of Planters' Hotel.
TOP AT THE
'Salisbury, N. C.
C. S. Bbowh, Proprietor J
Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.
C S. Brown, Jr
Chief Clerk; W.
O. Shelbum As
1 .T113 KUBPHT'
Hotton's Building, Trade Street, Up Stairs.
Owing to the strtngency of the times I will in fu
ture work, very cheap. , Will make fine suits for
iu, vassimere ions xotsk. nam ot suiu same
rates. I guarantee all. my, work ,-nont, . no charge.
Give me a call and be convinced.
July 17. : - ;
CHARLOTTX, N. C.
Begs leave to inform an those in want of a rood
salt or parte thereof, they ean eall and leave their
orders with him, as he Is the beet artist cutter and
tailor in this section. Should a $60 suit be too
expensive get one at half price, but have tt to be
artistic, styUsh and perfect
a 3L ra-
Also a nice line of Kid Gloves.
Black Cashmeres and Black Tamise Cloths, all of
Cloths, au or
We have any-
une or Trimmnir tuias. au eowrs.
Plain and Barred Naiasooks.'MaMaHa, fadla Lawns,
crnck of Uullea' and UlsiiMi' Cuffs and Collars in