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Tm tlie PaMie.
USEDAY, APBIli 29,11879. . rC
Th following table shows the running o
JKSrd Horn loarmm
ArfVe9frommchmondandGpld8bo 1.00 a. m,
LeUes lor . D' m-
ATLANTA CHAHLOTTK AIB-LIHM.
. rrVe9 from Atlanta,.. ......... .:iU'8.20 a. m.
i Aves for Atlanta..- -i-Hs 103&. m.v
ffis from Atlanta,. T-.i-eOpp. m..
ves for Atlanta,. . ...1L0 m.
CHABLOTTK, OOMTMBIA AUGTJBTA:
Arrives from Augusta, 8.10 a. m.
luvps for Augusta,.. ...iv 1.00 a. ra,
f rom AoiSta, U .K 6.80 a. &-. i
I, 'lives for Augusta,.. . . ...... .... . ... ... 11.27 a. m..,
. -.yes from Wilmington,. . . . . . . 1 7.29 pv-m.
leaves for Wilmington, . . 6.00a.m.,
thrives from Shelby,- .. .v. . .-. . . . . -i 6.00 it m.
gves for Shelby,. . . . .v. 7.00 a. m.
ATLANTIC, TXNHK88XK OHIO. -
i rrlves from Statesvtlle,.
I pes forStatesvllle,...,
5.80 p. to.
7.00 a. m
CHARLOTTE TOST 0FFICK.
" 4 office hoots.
Order Department, .-8.00 a. rri.
Sristry Departmerft, 9.00 a. m. 00 fl. m.
yK n. In. -fcAS r. m.
rw- Oh Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
t Joartment will 1 orn Jrom.ft.00 a. into JO.OQ
J' OPKKn(8 CLoenia-or jcails.
. n ",.' OPI.- CLOSES.
..-vmeACharlottoB. ., 00.. nv 00 p. m.
i, Lrlotte & Atlanta R.R.,. 8.00 a. mJJ.OO p- m.
tiLirioiie teR Rj a80 fr m. 10.00 a. m.
Wilm'n A Charlotte R. R... 8.30 p. m. r 5.00 a. m.
i ?otte A Shelby K. K.,. . 5.80 p.m. aOO a. m.
rar Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at
- mm n ni and Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m.
: rr Yorkvllle. (horse route,) Thursdays At 6.00
,i k'rtrinva at 7.00 a. ra.
w. w . jj'.ns.ijnof jr. ax.
I IV U I CAT IONS;
War Departmknt, )
okkh k Chief Signal Officer, V
Wasiuxoton, April 28, 730 p.m. )
Fnr the 8oith Atliritii , BtateS, sightly
higher pressure, northwest Winds, slight
W cooler, partly cIoxidyWatheY.
l.otnl Keporl for Vefcteiday.
17 A.M. 2P,M. 19P.M
Highest temperature 77 deg.' lowest 62.
I ndex to New AdveMliemeaw
F. D. LatU & Bro Important, .;
T L. Selgle A Co Silks.
K M. MUler A Sona Ftaur. -. y ,
C T Walker Attention, Firemen.
' Yes, wish I'd taken off mine Sunday
onlv a week more of this mayorlty
business. - ,:it"y; !"
The issues will nb'M..dfecissed
night. . t ,-.-, ,:-.
The Inferior Court meets two Weeks
from yesterday. -. - ,
The first sultry(Aayi o summer was
given us yesterday
strawberries are fallirubut the main
.croi) will hardly be as heavy as usual.'
Mun.ler's boundary avenue heQY gar
den is getting to be considerable ol a
resort. , . - . .
One of the candidates for mayor is
the oldest citizen of (Gharlotte. He is in
his eighty-sixth year. , "''V;' '..
So there will be ni public discussion
to-night, and. the. sovereigns, will , miss
their fun and enthusiasm.,v - ,
The second warders meet; at. tbe
mayor's office this evening. at 8 o clock
to nominate candidates fot; 'aldermen.
Special services-will be held at the
First Presbyterian5 chureh every after
noon this week at 5 o'clock
A drummer's license fas Issued from
the State treasury to Messrs. R. M. Mil
ler & Sons of Charlotte. ; : .;, -y ;
Tl.n mwMa warn airflin idlfl vesterdav.
tiipi p has nst. heen a case1 before the
mavor in a week. . ,
The next monthly lecture .before the
harlotte chamber of iommerce will
lie delivered Thursday . night by CbL
Clias. li Jones. W-i-. . . .
The Gounod Club concert comes off
next Friday night,ftnd a fine programme
has been prepared. .It will be given
in the opera hous'e. , . -. '. .;-..
It is a rare thing that the bloods
of the city are ever so unanlmotls Jjpon
;my matter as they were .Sunday m the
matter of exhibiting newihats. r. . i
There are at least a bU r.4oen two
v ear-old blooded coltff .wieand.jaronnd
harlotte, which promise tdbeeonio'titie
racers. Several of tberUiH ' W Pt on
me tracK ior training luisi sii4Hit,h!.ii j
The warm rAinarlMdeneTS6S'1llWii
-shine have clothed, the: treee'rithl
nost full foliage, and : the shadr pftvje
ments are now , suefeestive 4 bf marbiies
Those who feel disposed to contrib
ute anything for the relief! th desti
tute people of Walterboro may do-'so
throuerh I)r..Glovfr.. who. will Dromptr
ly forward all funds placed in his hands.
The special tax vear expires iwithth
Slst inst. Mr. W. JvCoitev Of theinteft
nai revenue office, came Mown, ' yester-
'lay afternoon, arrti t)flrties wishing to
procure licenses for another year will
find him for the next two days, at the
Traders' National Bffl$j'i ll
The latest tiunis naturtB .exhibited id
The Observer is a twin grain of corn,
the two grains grown as -firmly 'into
ach othr a if tWIIv rtft: TlnS"W8
found i he other day by Mjf'CSh'-
rih, of Iredell .counjty,tvliile he was
selecting someseedcrom his last
year's crop. - ".AVi,Ay.
One of these bright beautif at summer
mornings after a fireman's ' parade.'n
"'e evening befote, it will be bur paiii
ful duty to record the death or.
t somebody's-little darling,' .unless .the.
darlings mend their way sli There were
aJout a h undred of them1 'among 'the
louniy CommliMioneri AUmrttHnu
nt in called session yesterday, Conv
nussionp.ra . Vnil rnrrnni ' Stirtiiif fnd
eil being present, to reconsider the
appointment nf psstoJ: WrrTlr; Ardrev
and 8. B. Alexander j as ; assessors ffor
the countv at laree. and JnoJ L. Brown
. as assessor for Charlotte townshf p,they
being members of the Legislature, and
?ome doubt haviriff been exoressea as
to their eligibilitt on that account: and
also of H. D. StoWe.'assessor for Berry-
hill townshlo. he bems a iustice of tlie
inferior Court. ;Th fMard decided ito
revoke the appointment : 'Of the sabye
..iicu tissesHors, ana in tneir huiau.ii
)Ointed fnr fho rtiinf;ot . larrflJrIti t
pavidson and E. O Grier; for Charlotte
township; J. J;sim's,"ah4 forerryhill
townshm. j: j. Prim : ... Ktdt i
BT 7 - ww -m. w,-!. ji -..r.tw .
At the samft mAP-fincr nf thh .'hoard' it
was ordered -that : the same-tax for
county purposes i be 5 levied V -under
schedule and C of the revenue laW
of ihto, as levied by the State." ,
29.33 1 29.851
94 . 52.
S. K W.
.3 . . a . ,
Proredta ; of . rxd caTentiu
FIRST WAKTX 'fe
Citizens of First Ward assembled at
the mayor's office last night to nominate I
I . A.h JTPPT.ir Or wac nnni7iu1 Iw r
Jiicnara JN. Xiddv secratarv.
The followinff Wfirfi nut. in nnmina.
C. Scott .Tnsiah A shnrv V S TVoWlfa
W. V. Grier. D. M. liitrffir. Thr9 arior
J.i Ai Elliott; C. A.? Frazier. II. w!
Tatem,R;M. Miller. 1 ir - r
Dr.' J. H: McAden IntA
foduced the f ol-
Jtesolved . That it is the sftrisof this
meeting that there shall be a reduction
of salaries, reduction taxes and a general
system of economy in the administra
tion of the city affairs, and all candi
dates nominated2 at this"mt,iiiy h
pledged to this course.
.1 he resolution was adopted unani
mously. The balloting was then begun, and
155 votes Were cast. Of this rmmhfir ft.
Scott received 83 votes and was declar
ed nominated! " Tr 1 p ?rr;T
un motiou all candidates were drop
ped but the three highest, Thos. Grier,
1). M. Rigler and W. VV. Grier.
On the next ballot Thos. Grier receiv
ed 115 votes and D. M. Rigler 97, and
both were declared nominees.
1 Citizens of the Fourth Ward assem
bled in . the court house to nominate
three aldermen for the ensuing term.
! Dr. T. J. Moore . was called to the
fiinirfu4-PhaeR, Jones was requested
TTtiy cnarrniaISted''the obfet 1f
thejijneeting and the following names
were-placed in nomination, to-wit:
.C. Dowd, J. H. Van Ness, g. Witt
kowsky, F. A. McNinch, W. W. Phifer,
J. J. Sims, D. G. Maxwell, A. R Nisbet
: On motion of D. P. Hutchison it was
tcsolyed .-that evry citizen. )f, ; the
Wd,W,awls;tld jtojrej to
cast one ballot for three aldermen, and
that a majority of all votes cast on each
ballot should nominate.
On motion the chairman appointed
J. K Spencer, A. Qphen, D. P. Hntchi
swAAAHtt W HfiSrJa tellers and the
following was the result of the first
ballot: . , ...,....., , : . .... .. .
Dowd, 84 ; Wittkowsky, G5 ; Maxwell,
60 ; Phifer; 43 ; McNinch, 40 ; Vim Ness,
38 : Nesbit, 20 ; Sims. 5. ,,
C. Dowd and S. Wittkowsky having
received -a majority of the votes east
124 were declared the nominees of the
convention, and on motion the conven
tion proceeded to ballot for the third
alderman, which resulted as follows:
Van K0S3,( 4t;j Maxwell, 44;. Phifer,
17;isbet,8; McNinch, 7. '
One hundred and sixteen votes hav
ing been cast, and no candidate having
received a majority, the convention
proceeded- to ballot again for tlie third
On motion of F. A. McNinch, all but
the two highest names were dropped.
The vote resulted Van Ness, 48;
Maxwell, 47; and J. H. Van Ness was
declared the nominee of the convention,
j. Loud calls were made for Mr. Witt
kowsky, who in a few brief remarks
thanked the convention for the honor
of the nomination.
Mr. Van Ness was also called out and
responded briefly to the same eftect.
Kailroad Nte. 1
Yesterday trains on the Western
North Carolina road ran to the east end
of the Swannanoa tunnel, or in other
words to the top of the mountain. ; The
distance from there to Asheville is only
about ; eighteen miles, and this road is
ndw . first- rate.! PassengeiSs '"leaving
Charlotte on the Atlantic Tennessee
Ohio Railroad, at 7 o'clock in the morn
ing, arrive in Asheville a little after 8
on the same evening.
Ther Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Railroad will sell tickets to Columbia
on me iaui at ior tne rounu trip
from Charlotte. - This is to allow per
sons from this section s pf , the State to
witness tne ceremonies 01 tne unveiling
of the Confederate monument on that
Passenger and freight traffic are both
light just now. The latter will soon be
increased on roads with Southern con-
nections, by. tobacco, ; shipments, which
are expected to be quite heavy this year.
Bibles at 25 Cents.
We have received from the American
Bible Society, in New York, a specimen
copy, of a Bible, and another of the Jew
Testament, which they oner for sale at
25 cents and 5 cents per copy, respective-
y. it seems somewhat marvellous
that the books can be printed so cheap
ly, especially as the work is done with so
much neatness. Tne books are printed
in aorat.A t.viw 9A-mn And am anhst.ant.i.
O -if--- . . "
ally bound. The managers of the society
announce that thev desien to secure a
widArriin4tWi of ;h4irt)6jbksihiough
the cnaTmtefcrof xrafle''; and, to.Thake it
for the interest of dealers in books to
accommodate their customers by keep-
ing for sale the society's Jftbies and
Testaments, they offer to such dealers,
and to them only; a discount of ten per
cent, from the catalogue price. The
ing its books for sale has regard only .to
receiving the return of the cost of pro
duction. Meetlngr Railroad 3Ien.
Representatives of railroads in North
Carolina held a meeting in Raleigh Sat
urday for cdrtsbttatiotf J in reference
to the law 'regurating 'freight charges
passed by the Legislature. Many vexed
questions have arisen in the attempt tb
arrange the new freight tariffs render
ed necessary by the provisions of the
law, and the roads-are not disposed to
decide these without mature considerar
tion and ample opportunity to obtain,
trustworthy legal advice on all the
Domts involved. Hence nothing was
definitely settled at the last meeting,
but the business was so arranged that
it may not be necessary to hold another
meeting, unless sun iurtner complica
tions arise. As soon as the attorneys
who hjavfifceerieoyipultejl ofrifthfe subject
shall iiave1 examined the case fully, the
roads will probably publish their tariffs.
In the meantime freights remain the
same as they have heretofore en,
Orig-inal OrthOffTapbjr. ; . :
Di Boliciane sope to hele upe sowes,"
wasithevVfritteri1 order received at one
of, our drug stores a few days ago. The
driicr clerk scratched his head awhile.
and finally put a. liberal ..consKucuon
trpon "Di Boliciane:" He interpreted
sope " was what ; he sent. It olid nop
come back; and so must have filled the
blU. The fact that it was wanted to
hele upe sowes,.was what ved the
rlmo plerk. ' -J . : ,
,',!) '"'i'j s . r
Mr VJneair, - - -
Our neighboring town Chester totnUl!?iWJWm
Vf. xiiv- vy rsj -
pf f,these,qualit4es, is ;nown., ins active
nrp-narations for a fair. A resident of
that town." a! former ftitizeil of Char-:
lotte, writes to a friend here, as follows :
We are going to-hold a fair here this
fall, beginning the 28th and ending on
fVioaiaf. nf October, and. we don't in
tend to have aitf hide-bound affair bf it,
ia atAMM-a Mv4 rAt1fr10IA f O rKS
in fix: we will-have use for them at
iL-iwz, urrm eanri vnn nnr nrftmiiiTin
f -iM Jl TouLwhich will be
""ITT""" . n ' .......
abputweDjty days.". -
Aanval I pecti and tmxd
- , - vi tloa of Officers. , . .
riU ) rU. 7 J I
Yesterday was a big day with the
tlremen, beinz the1 occasion of the
ff'clock in the afternoonMayot Smith,
andAldennen "DowdVf tWusoat'i and
Tatum, the three last 'named compos
ing the fire committee-of thexboard,
accompanied by officers of jthe fire' de-
EartmentTvisited the halls and ; engine
ouses of . each, of the four:'cmnanies,
and ; made . thorough inspection of
these and of all the apparatus. They
founds eYerything in nwstrexceljenfcj
conxuaon 1 1 ana i .an I'-perxecc j raer.
Among the latest improvements ,is
eighteen hundred feet of jiew and .im
proved hose distributed equally among
uiu luree engine com pumea,- p
t Afters insQittiojil he lfiMliiies
met hear ; the sqUateand fonping in
line iivrith the odreo.rnje pkn in
the front rank, paraded 'the principal
streets. The engines were burnished
jto dazzling brightness; the hotsetf tvere I
uiuitiueuwju wiiu tuj wus nu iiagB, Uie
firemen - were arrayed in full dress
nniform, and the whole procession
made an excellent show, receiving
compliments at every turn.
At the conclusion of the parade, the
companies assembled neactb public
square and gave a competitive exhibi
tion of: their, skill, which, elicited ithe
admiration of a large crowd of specta
tors. Their feats were higldy credita
ble and would have done honor to the
fire department of almost any city. 'ii i ;
- The - companies we Wtn '"3" fiourl5h
ing condition and ther;menibers take a
just pride in their organizations.
Charlotte's fire department hasfor years
been an honor to the city, and it ws
neveinore efficient than it istoay. (
; CHIEF Or THE DEPAAxliE?fT;;;
The committees appointed' from the
different companies met, !ast 'night at
the Pioneer hall for?, the purpose of
electing a chief of the fire department
for the ensuing fiscal year. Themeetr
ing was called to order, and on motion
Alfred Aldrich, treasurer of thede
partment, wassailed . to the chair and
(J. T. Walker, was appointed secretary.
The object of the meeting was stated,
and on motion of G. J. Toole, the, com
mittees went into the election for chief,
each company having, through - 'its
ehairman. one vote.
The name of C. F. Harrison was
placed; on" "nomination; I and tie was
A committee was: appointed to wait
on Mr. Elarrison and inform, him orhis
electipxythd in rfespppse. he appeared Jn
person a,nd and thanked-the meeting
for the honor done him.
Upon taking the'chaijre4W('ef
maae uie ioiiowing appoinraieniS : ,
, First AssistanttrC X Walktt,;';;;
Second 'Assistant A. Aldrich,-!.,ii m
Calls were then made upon the cap
tains and other, reMesentativea or, uie
different companies present; and -these
responded in brief speeches. ' ; ' ' ' ', -; r
A noem dedicated to the Charlotte
fire department was received -'and read
and the thanks of the department .ten
dered to the author for the same; and,
on motion, she was elected an honorary
Tnp-mhfr nf l.h dpnartmftnt. ' -.
;i Remafks Were-ttade bf different per
sons nt reference to tbe.; advisability of
erecting a, monument , on the fireman 3
plat m Elmwood cemetery but no deh
nite stem were taken to this end.
After the di9ousitioitofbtig:tnin6r
matters the meeting adjourned, with
the understanding that a secretary and
treasurer Will be elected at the first
regular meeting of the department. 8h
r . i v.
Tike Fiuaiice CommlUee.
r'Qttt "7qi1 lioiT.m?iTi rf tVio frti!irirt
committee of the 2Qth of . May celebra-
lion, yesierayreueivu-iruHi.Lr. x. j.
Sandifer, of Paw Creek, the member of
the committm froTh that tpWnstiip, the
sum of $55, the first contribution ye
sent in by any one of the committee,
either in town or country. The com-
:aa : i .1 4. 1 . -
next Saturday, and the Character of the
cpiehration will be determined in a
errant mo'iolira v tYiair anfnaaa in rrkl
gi vcv ujuuouiw ni" uuxjk wjj ..a w
lections, it is to De nopeatnai tne
members of the committee will bestir
themselves that the day may be observr
ed in a creditable manner., . . , . , Vy
Tbe International Poatal, Card.
The Postoffice Department has-: ap
proved a design for the new interna
tional two-cent postal card. On'the'up
per left hand corner are .thanWOBds
"Union Postal Union, United Stateslof
America", in English and also in French.
Qri,th6 right upper corner is the stamp,
with the bead or Liberty, surrounded
by a ribbon border with & monogram
fratil Jo moMSfclfB aTihe bot
clree iMhfFGrsterarar and
irr JefifH TmpeiiM The
card haaIso aarderjbn he ad-
I . .-ll .ntillA
oasss sjoey , VJM 1 1 rj ,
T3,i I I
..tr ZZZ. i '
lu,l"B -t ; u ,
we see tnatnereii oe a joint ais-
JLUBO"iV "lij itTa.t " a'Xi y
seema. to beoppliticalfference bej
tween the several candidates, and polit
tics will not enter into the discussion!
tothem ,on rhichnOii, explain-fthejt
.views, as the people, would like exceed
ly well to be mformed: )
Why a dog alwns turns around, three
times before he lies down. ;
Why a htnflu-gry ip oph from
,a o-rnnnrt nri ht trWwatrt fffc fust, S
te grQwd on j
i Whir irsNSfaiiciSfitistcMKoneiieg
a snort tuuMaiu
kate hare aloTgfreff'tMKoTxL-: rt 1
Whv most all- of the birds build their
ests out of different material.- i
Whv a hen -alwus- knows her little
ones from anotherW'd whVIU
hatch out twelve jdnck,eggSf and; think
they are her own chickens. ' , -
Why a bear alwus climbsdowH rt w-ee
Why a turkeyeggMS' speckled lnp a
Whether a log floats faster in a river
than-when the current runs Or not 1
Whv an ovster and a clam are the ont-
ly, thiwrs I knoWjiO .that don't: havftstd
move out! or xneirtpiaoes wgitw living,
t ; Why a muleViones are not solid,
and , their earawalongz a
Aam, um vh t.ig r?BbiHnt ;h-m-3 wi
ItcWhy uMghtningwjoever ;knowntO
irruw nvinaiea among
I do altthesingingj tei bmw ,
lj Why, a
1 more. r&fawiH ' 2 Mifc .-ww US '
Wth TmnrVt.rv thatkan khmtj a tree, i
; Where Jthe flies j&Igai'Jcwnen
;, Why a-muskrat's tail has no mi on it
''y aiairsefgg rouridnde
egg is ,rinteoVipj i.j t.- w
, tPwwwt2JtiV im vftirA' Ural' ii. . ......i .
rt!1l1M ' lnja.rrTVl.JR.WII MS-I i9UII 1
-oo-The1- citizens 1 o Ward Nbi'T are re
quested ' to -.meet fit ; the ' court hotrse
( Thursday evening, at 8, o'clock, r. the.
I Tinrnosft of nominaunir -candiaateiJto
in Represent thein' in .the.-next'boarxrf
aldermen. Voters of THEi.Wap.
Mv remarks on Friday ereninz were I-
nob UMBUuema-awn'mBCfaJwi wm
being no issues Detween Map. Flem
ming and myself, the public, discussipn
is, by mutual consent, indefinitely post-
onecL JJ. a. USBORNE.
for onwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnalow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used for children, ft corrects
acidity 1 tasteniaereU?M wiBdeeUcEWolates
the bowels, eurea dysentery and diartitpaa. whether
ariro trom toethlug or other eausea,. An;ol4 and
wen Known remeay. 200 per ooiue. -,iWl v,.
."it j? HT"Sr i; f& y&f.
CANDIDATES FOB THE MAYORALTY.
urn w il. l mMwmmmm
In eomBSanee (With the wishes of "Many Cm
zeas". i will be a candidate for mayor at the enso
tnc election In Maj.rt. Kver yielding a cheerful obe
dience to your will, I am, with respect, ,
xomx ooemeni serrant.
Mr. lameafi Cart f tie raallc at a.
Soihe &U City f Charlotte: H i
Fkxxow nrnzKxaIn this brief wax I hare con
cluded to annoonce myself ad IndeDendent Candi
date tor the office of mayor of the city of Charlotte,
at tne approacning eiecaos m .nay. xnoroognr
Independent, I shall not be In the least lnfiuenced
by any ring, caucus, or contention; I shaQ hare no
friends to reward met .enemies to punish; I ihall
hot bribe nor purchase a vote, nor attempt m any
favor of strict
pontics In this election, therefore I shall ran the
race to the end and take the . nak, , let the result be
what It may. In thus ahnoandng myself, I think
it ttnnecessary to. elaborate or make any further
statement 01 principles mac may gmae me: one
will trnlT rav lhat I, than ever cnltirmtn a mkl
hrotheriy spirit with those that I may become asso-
eiatea with; ana Derm me. in coocjneion. to make
this pledge : That If Honored with: a majority of
your votes and eoruent-clecton, mx beet exer
tlons shall be dlred W li lair, honest and Im
partial discharge of my duties.
r s r 7 itespectruiiy,
Charlotte, N. C, April 11th, 1879.
.'I Mr. aVn lm tae irwuu I
In response to the solkMatlon of my friends. I
have consented to becomea candidate for the office
Do Ton Wait to imjoy Ltfef
Death, or what to worse, is the inevitable result
ofcuxfctinfled 8Bsftens!onof fiie menstrual flowij It
lnd,GonwhkelMoJdfiot be "trifledwith,
Immediate relief is Hie only safeguard &Kainst con
stitutional ruin. In aU cases of suppression, sna-
pen&ten or other Irregularities of the , "ooureea,
Dr. J. Bradfleld'sTemale Regulator is the only1 sore
remeay. r itacu oy giving tone- w too narvons cen
tres, improving the blood, and determining direct-
Ay to. the organs, of aenstruation. j. It is a-legltlmate
presenpnon, ana the most intelligent aoctors use
it Ask your druggist for it - ;
NEW GOODSI J ( t (
Cometonefor Bacon; Comv 8dg, Osoee, Mo
lasses, and otner iramiiv trrooenea.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
WltST WTTB W HIHT1CT.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sen for cash.
AU goods delivered in the city free of charge.
e Street I
Next door below Wilson Vt'Black'rf okMan.
rBk 6sal aidKls K
TyHElf Csesar aha his staff were crossing an
Sea, and the waters were found
to be rising, that gallant commander checked hte
own prancing steed and
dlate in seaWoi VP&m waters.
much U hlpfle 6t2utl fk bTf ho found tie high
vn v i an sw i i
est shotl, bit feal to the poklOorf of the latter
nosked JeHrotejSlon tern thejMeU-
the efficient Mayor is lool
for a worthy citizen ear his mantle, he certain
ly expects the members of the mercantile fraterni-
ty to be
So that every &rol
ing exoiUMt pw
lied; without pay
) ft &tm s
not a member of which firm has ever offered of
had his name mentioned in connection with the
marorslfc, Roofed M tJWm ffii TWala for
to the best North Carolina Mills t
j the MouDtoln Store Buggy, Egjbickens;
shoal where every buyer, may flee and save himself
from the dangers! the sweBiwgAlde in prices.
.jyto5r":4iA -f Hti.
,nd Lemons. Cocoanuts, Bananas,
Grapes, cnoicauanaes. 1
Don't fall to call and get the largest piece of Soap
and the bestoav for Sc., in town.
Choice Jellies In buckets. Also French Mustard
and a full line of-Oanned Fruits, such as
Pttars. Pine Apples. Quince. Peaches.
!Als uora.-romaioeai-ufaaam-' 1
Floor. Oat Meal. Marrow
When you want Choice
la liisw t jiihf iinA Vjjio4 ni
C R ,AxiGrKE R S
to town. Anything yon want at
Be sure to try those jl
n bos piOKImQr,aonsr
T.it tin in trredericksbonr. Va.. and Dronounced
the beet ever Sold to' Charlotte. . I .have U kllids
Of Pickles. - Also BUgaru, . vajuccb r tunhmm auu
ground to order and raw.) Bacon, Hams, Flour,
V rVfisa .1 Kax TPftT mirrnanw
SF a y m a w
Jewelry and Fancy Goods, -Gold
Watches, Silver andjp lated JPable. Wal-e,
GOLD AND SiLEB
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
ri . . From Farts, tance, ;,
WATCCTanffCLOCX ICAK3EB,- 6ILDSB; and IL-
Trade Street, Opposite First TiesljUwUn Church,
V .. . ' Nat Gray Store. ,J
Bverr kind of tenatrs made at ehc atlmH prlue-
and warranted one year, every kmd Of Jewelry or
Bronze Gilding, Coloring, Sllver-Platlng and Gal-
Tanizmg maae ax snon nonce ana equauy ma guoa
as new." Work done for the trade at low prices.
r- Apprentice wanted, witn premram ana gooa
Benelred work' uncalled for Win M sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
X A N T H I N Ei.
Frot Hertz's Great German Hair BestoraUve.
The best preparation far the Hair now known. It
gradually restores gray hair. to Its natural color,
producing a tuxurlai it growth ersclieates scruff and
dandruS, cures aQ diseases of the scalp, prevents
the hair rrom Tainng out ana reaeves neanugia in
the head and headache. - Try . Prepared by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Va , and for sale by
Richmond, Ta., '
Manufacture an the standard, varieties pf
Whlch the? offer at lowest prtees.
T TRY OUR DIXIE SOAP.-ia -
These Pnis wffl prevent and cure Dyspepsia.
Thev are an unrivalled Dinner PHI. mild aperient.
and admirably! adapted as a family ssedioine. ffhey
are used by the most cultivated people m our
country, and are extensively used by physicians in
their practice, sold by Dtuggists generally, sena
f or drtuiai. B. BECKW1TH, Sole Maimfactur-
i X l-'i. iiai touii mow;
Say: Colden's Liebhrs Liquid extract ot Beef is a
very aareeable article of diet, and particularly use
ful when tonics are required, being tolerated when
ocner iorms ox animal xooa are reweceo. in uip
ttaeda, Valaria) Typhoid" fevers. Weakness, and
ven oxsreasmg msease, w aav prescnoea u
wrtn great success, soia brarri
-W4 will pair Agents a Salary of 9100 per month
tad praM,W Thnr tH-rge-commtsshxi, to ieit our
new and woodarful ioentioii8. we i
Sample free. AddreuSaxuua A Co., Manhall,
Am A DAYtoAaentseanvasslnc for the "Fntx-
sioa yisrroR." Terms and outfit free. Ad
dress Pvp. yiCKERY,'AaU8ta, Maine.
. r ; :
frmrr m, month and expenses guaranteed to
Sft l . Agents, Outfit free 8haw & Co., Angus-
DtXRTISEMENT of 4 tines inserted one week
300. newspapers for gia Send 10c. for
page pamphlet. G. r. kuwisll a uu., iu
rT.TOftA T It f ' ' (
' J CARAMELS.' .
. r LEMON
ORANGE CARAMELS. STRAWBERRY CREAM
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VANILLA CREAM CARAMELS.
. . .1 . . 1 - - -
CH0O0LA7E CREAM CARAMELS.
FRESH, PLAIN AND , FRENCH CANDIES.
BANANAS, - APPLES, ORANGES, LEMONS, :
S t HUH
AND THE BEST c CIGAR YOU EVER SMOKED.
- y n wr a nvkrow
jAXWXLL 4 :ABRIS?
Bay aid seD oneonsighmentan kinds of
MEBCJtASBISX ANDOQJJNTRX PBODUCE;
.wm grre strict persona;
attention to aUboslBesBerdinsted to ear eara? .
Fnnr dnnra ahont RhattatM BSMftt. ?ai I
-t r- vTtZ'.
AHA 4 tft I!
fix I f S 1 i
; s1 mwILMINdTON,
'tHBOTTGH HtCGHT BODT1
1Thls Line being tony
twgMtioBiir:'t- - '
Wumington and an Northern and Eastern CtUea to
Greenville, 8partanharv att Stattons
..V ,.i iHantle. .Tennessee Onto,
' ' : ' ' - ;!"," r ' t! , -,f
As weU as .points In Georgia
Insuranceand Bates guaranteed as Low as
Geo. freight Agent, Wilmington, N. C
Sru0s and DXeafctara.
R. J. H. MCADXN,
DBDG8I3T AMD CXKMI8T,
Now offers to the trade, a full stock of.
LubuVs Extracts and Colognes,
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap '
English, French and .
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
C. WEST & SONS'
' EXTRA No. i KEROSENE
ALADDIN SECURITY OIL.
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from C. West &
Highest Medal awarded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fin test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will
burn. C. West & Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale by
Dr. J. H. Mo ADEN, Sole Agent,
CHARXOTTE, N. C.
WE DESIRE to caU attentk6 to OUR STOCT
E DESIRE to call attention to OUR STOCXV
XT' ANCY GOODC
F ANCY GOOD O-
Ground and Cut Glass Bottles, the handsomest
in the market. The latest styles of Perfume Boxes
Irientdlr liwreRleai which wllliW yon to
-'.i lu. PTvi ':r- -'Tij :.!
call and, examli.
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French Plato. . Hand Miners. Russia Leather
n-;-. ' A ' '
. t.t inili'-i . i i.-.Mi'i ' ,;n!.:i' -j... :
Pocket Books; also a fuU Stoek of English and
Mil 11 !' Hi'. . ; ;M-:M - : !l U'f
Anferfeaa fMthI Hair AnA TTafl
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, i "MOST APPROVE FORM.
! Just Printed
.-ili; : ii nil'.
d For Sale' at the . ''
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s-4I&J'Xftu) s;U -.l'iitl gstffj
A new lot received thfsTlay (MondarT fcy express,
Hi. ?: -SHU
TH BIS 5lSflP7nnW SIMPLC
1 fe Hlfer ife Co. Cleveland oh i o. ! I
Always call on "us for Dress1 Goods, Grenadines, Black Cashmeres and Black xamise umna, au 01
; whichweaaake a speetaMjr. We keep a magnlteent line of Trimming Silks, all colors. We have any-
htuoil eleri'all ttorehekK1 1 Welutve Ihtf targest
. .1 it i. tr i
vi- 'j ,-j.. weaave
c mm m '
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Figured; Tls, Sheetings, eteet
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DISPATCH LINJg -
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
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offers uneaualled faculties for the Transportlon of
Charlotte, Statesvllle, Asheville, Butherfordtoo
on the Atlanta & Richmond Air-Line,
and Western N. C BaQroads,
Alabama and MlaslsalppL
via any Competing Line, and Time as Quick.
upon application to
T. T. 8MTTH,
Agent a C. Railway, Charlotte.
VTBOUBALX AMD BSTin.
GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTRY PRODUCE
Keep constantly on hand
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP
PLES, DRIED FRUITS, Ac.
Exclusive Dealers in
RAMSwUB & BONNIWELL'S and A L. BHU
FORD'S various brands ot FLOUR.
ALSO. PB0PRIKTOB8 Of TEX
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This boose has been refitted and newly furnished,
and Is kept In first class style.
Terms, Per. Day V. .. .
S 2 00
Great inducements offered to table honM.
ers; for terms see the proprietor.
WOmnibus and Carriages at every train.
fTELD BROTHERS r Proprietors.
Mr. H. a Wilson ft Lady Superintendents.
Hkhbt Wilfong, 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 & Bbowk, Proprietor,!
Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)
C. S. Brown, Jr.,
Chief Clerk; W.
0. Sbelbum As-
1 s .
1 TAMES HTJPMY,
.1 iTJ- i-
f Hbltoo's BmTdmg; Trade Street, Up Stalia,
Vt! i ; ' i ' ' ; :
i t Owing to thestrmgency eftheOmesI wrntafo-
Mtare work verr cheaa WOl
make fine salts for
Pants of sulta same
, 10, Cassimere sulta for 98.
rates. I roarantee all my work mo fiL no ehara.
ii JUU A'l.'iiiij.
f ' LICHTENSTEIN.
Mi i i;-.i-
j MERCHANT TAILOR, ' '
: ; C E I B L O I T B, N. C.
Begs leave to Inform all those In want of a good
suit or parts thereof, they can ceil and leave their
orders with him, as he Is the best artist cutter and
tallof in this section. Should a S60 salt be too
expensive, get one at half price, bat have it to be
artistic, stylish and perfect j
o en n o
toretty ! and cheap. : Atab.a nice line of Kid Gloves.
stock of Ladles' and MIssesl0atf and Collars m
1 1 ii n mA Aft tHiu fwmmln. fmm n.
apeauaiui nae ioi
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Sta'A "Wj receive , new goods every