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Sl)c:Cl)arlottc bstrxjer4aJ frfiffffiftftffl
RAILROAD DIRRI TO 31. -
'"'The following table shows mo Hnnlnfc of passeh
r trains to and from Charlotte, on ail the rail
roads (Washington time): i
"Arrives from Elchmond and Goldsboro,; 1.00 a. nv
Leaves tor " - -s. -- 8.20 a.m.
Arrives from Richmond,::..,..;....... 10.50 a.m.
Leaves for ' ,,..... 6.45p.m.
ATLANTA CHARLOTTB AIB-U3TK.
I Arrives from Atlanta,.
-Leaves for Atlanta,...
Arrtrea from Atlanta.. .
Leaves for Atlanta,... .
- 8.20 a. m.
1.05 a. m.
? 0.50 p.m.
CHARLOTTB, COLUMBIA AUGCOTA.
' Arrives from Augusta, .tvCv.w.i. 8.10 a. m.
Leaves tor Augusta.. .. .-. ....-' 1.00 a. m.
Arrives from Augusta,. . V ...... . 0.80 a. m.
Leaves for Augusta......... ..... ... ... 11.27 a. m.
' M .ft CABOLIMA CXHTBAL. "''J' 7 -
Arrtvestrom wnitongt 7.2 p. m.
Leaves for .WTlmlngtoi.. l 6.00 a, m.
Arrives from Shelby,..:... . ,Z. 5.00 p. rov
Leaves lor Sm-.j.-Iv,;! 7.00 a.m.
' ATLANTIC, TKNNKSSXX OHIO, .
Arrives irom nevuie,'. ,
.w.t.frK 5.30 p. m.
A-. 7.00 a. m
Leaves lor tHaiesvuie,.. .v.
Money order Department... 0.00 a. m. 5.00 d. m.
Registry DerKrtmHiit.. ,-. n i .aoo a. b.') 5.00 d. m.
Oeu,lIellv,j8UmpDept..a00a. m. r.00 p. nv,
" -,-. , t .hu p. m.j .46 p. m.
tW On Bundara the General Delivery and Stamp
Department wUl be open from U.00 a. m. to 10.00
a. m. - .. i :
, jOPlNUrAJra CLQSQfS OV XABA
IxuivlUe Charlotte B. 8.00 a. mi 0.00 p. m.
" " " 11.15 a.m. 0.00 p.m.
hrlotte AttentaR. K.r )0 a. m.1 0.00 p. m.
' i 1 & Xut&st mi. R.1 RIK) d. m. 10.00 a. m.
Htllni'n ft Charlotte It. k... 8.80 p. nw 5 00 a.,m.
Dariiu at ont-iuj n. v o.cu i. in. o.uu a. ui.
" ., Jt Statesvllle,.,.., .50 pnv;8.00a. m.
tar Beattie's . Ford,, (horse route.) Mondays at
lno n. m.. and Tueadara at tLCKl ; -
i ore vine, (none route,) xnursaays at 0.00
n. m.. and Frldant7.00 a. m.
' W. W. JENKINS, P. If.
O KF1CE CHIEK '; SlGKAL OFTICER,
. . .4 :' II AAV AJlrAAAaLill A
WASHINGTON, May, 9, T0 P.
For the South Atlantic States, station
ary, followed a toy falling barometer,
easterly winds,; wormer, partly cloudy
weather. " i t I ?
Ijoca.1 liepori for
. .- Thermoineter....."Vi.,
RaIaM vm Humid! tY. . . V. 1
I 8a8ia-i Ca246 30.284
U 55 Tt-08 . 00
f 62, 2fl 1 00
70 dp : 449.
m n i
f "EN. 1a
N. W. ;
Index tm New AAverUwwenM
Perry Strawberrtes-V i
Attention, H.N,B. I i ,
J. B. Macmurdo Exoorslon to Columbia.
4 The unseasonable weather has brought
in colds aaiiC ;
The oper'iliousews open; last night
for the first-timeln a month.;
Geril5 Wasifflntliinks ne will ha?
a f uir turnout of 'Contineiitals on tl
The jQSoston (JSMtteCi'ubj were to
have ' delighted 4hc;Xolum.b4ans Jaet
night '.,-- ,.7 . v
Farmers arid cotton buyers are alike
regretting that they' did not hold their
cotton so. rft dp jatue w wu now,
-'Among? the t pleasureff awaiting the
!raft3 ejjoliege c
The ladles iSeinoifal association ek-i
rect all the ladies Ana little cms wno
attend .tha . ceremonies h(of .1 to-day
bring- ft f ull iwipplpofflowewn jo ,
has been quitmarlcdb7SOinuch so
There sQuf'a&lmWg of the"
committee of arrangement for; the 20th
of May celebtatron-ali the dhrrt bouse
A ' citizien1 or CK&rfcftte8 who-was re
cently on.AiVisiE tojQpeleika; Alabama,
reports that-he received his Daily
Observer at S Oclock in the afternoon
of the 4ay of its, pttb.ljwetipn. fax
Tien,.; the, trm parsed. Lincolnton
yesterday afternoon the tournament
was' m full '-MaSt; In the1' pleMehce of a
large assemblage. The coronation and
.,U u.i . . . i !'
5t Jiffltt :Mon
his charge.jtotbe grft11,, jury will take
altogether tfrffercnt'grtfttnds on the sub
I Clear. J i sar. Ciear.
ject of the Jurisdiction of magistittes4jt'
irom inose" -generally neiu. -
The Statesvillft American savs:
party ot seVerafyouhgr'laa'les and gen-J
iiemen came up irom unanoice,. eu
kesdayi on ft fishing excursion ii, our
adjacent streams. It was the fun and
not the -fish, hqwver, that prompted J
' these5 aTtU Ihe koyf eveniigl when
people daslrtftrough the streets and,itae
suDurDs m . their , hanasomeiurn-ouuj,
snbthef'-people' who have ; to
;. more,. prosperous ,nejghDorsand najiaatoiMiswTaoa ,flicaoxiKKi
!.:;.:. aeai- of Afrt w :Rhp.m?.iA:idresses
i- a Airura TVTnirnf nin srhAol will be. OreSellL.
4n a ;body andr te -atizens generally::
Inlj?;tasf Scarr & Co, W. Mc.
Smith.'8 akai cmee. cn ves ' notice to " the
creditors, through the Greensboro New
North State, that a creneral Meeting
, , will be held brforQjTliomasj. Keogh,
in Charlottel onttielOth daV ot June
"when ;ahdwfier6 hei will? apply for a,
settlement nf .his accounts as assignee.
and demand a discharge from all habil
"' ; ities as -said (tesigneet : a 1
We ai-eitfdebted'to Mr.J. S. Tomlin-
j mnvox tne fteamoru rrew 101 Bct5uT
ffonof jthe Piedmont Frew for recent
wfthcerteinrintotiny office supplies
. .4-AU4 V'--n'AUAVV -w w f -T- - v
.5 . excellent character
whiek came oppor-
. 4ilVOi V.. UUOiUS.' At,liltl-.AM "V-
I 4 t 1 ,
nave ; been busv the
days arranging fur the ceremoniep-
propnate to he observance of memorial
. uay ana the preparations are now
I complete. The following is the pro-
f First Presbyterian xchtrch vardifi th
following order: 5
, , , , Band, ; ,,. .1:
Cadets Carolina Military Institute,
Hornets' Nest Riflemen, ,
Of Girls 'Rfiarinff' "FlnwAra.
TT t. 2-
- xaurnei ire uompany No. 1,
Auuepenoent nook & Ladder Co. .
Pioneer Fire Company No. 2,
. .male schools,
' p- f - Female KnhnnlR.
y Independent Order of Odd Fellows;
a .ififMasonid LMopaL-ni
AT CEMETERT GATE.
When Che procession arrives at Ceme
tery gate, the column will halt, the
military companies will open ranks and
the clergy, choir, speaker, reader roe
essioaof girls, the memorial associa
tion and Confederate Rnldipra will nana
Lthrough; tthe rankSiWiU then close and
proceed in order. .
The order of exerpises at the? graves
wiu ue puunsnea to-morrow.
, , The ladies of the Memorial Associa
tion respectfully request the suspension
of business on Saturday afternoon, May
the 10th, so .that aU may . participate in
the exercises of the day. They also re-
?uest a liberal contribution of flowers
rpm, the , citizens for the decoration of
the graves And mound. t.wi
The mite boxes will be placed in fcoff
3picuous. situations jon tho grounds for
those who J wish t contribute to ;the
monument fund. 4
fAlf carriages, xceptirig those in the
procession, are requested to entert the
grounds through the Eighth street gate.-
Another False Scent and Another Bit
In last Wednesday's issue of TtiE: Ob
serves it was mentioned that--Mr.
Christian K. Ross, with his brother-in-law,
Mr. John W. Lewis, of Philadel
phisi, had"passed through this city the day
previous on their way to Lenoir, Cald
well county, where they hoped to4earn
something of Charlie, the long-lost Chlldv
of the former-Xldrfc--!wbili'
communicates to any one xlfe-Vround's
I 1. A-1. 1 1 . : - .
upon wnica meir uoi)es were qf?isea,
and two reports have since been KMr
abI if rnn t kef Iiiia f a ttA f4V.r4- 4-1. 4. a.
somewhere in the county, and the other
that they did not expect to find the boy
himself, but a man jvhois .now, kving
in Cald welL wlio,; there waS reason to
believe, was in possession of -'facts
which would reveal the whereabouts
of the abducted boy. . ...
e The fact of Mr. Ross's presence in the
city exiteti a great dfL of interest, J
anasincetns aeparturer great impa
tience has been manifested to learn the
result of his mission. We are now enabled-
tcf Wform! ur readers that: J;he
search nas been in vain, and for partic-1
mars reier 10 ine leicer ioiiowing,re
iieivM 'by lastf eVeriirig"s nlail from a
thoughtful friend at Lenoir : '
Lenoir, N. CMay 8. Not having
registered at the hotel, Mr. Christian
K. Ross; and Jofm W, I.iewis, Mr. Ross's
brother-in-law, passed without j beirig
recognized, and we did jrot know that
the-man -for -whom-every-true- heart-
The Charlotte Observer on yester-
that the gentlemen in qaestionhad
gone tq.Boone in Watauga county, and
were1 expected back this evening.
On their arriYaiI-introducedii.n:yself
and made enquiry of Mr. Ross iff re:
cai;$ to his success. His cormteirnpe,
changed in a moment, -and . with tears
n hia evea-fmd-arfftgnrflcant-shake of
mne nope oi accompusning anyijtug,
y.the itin; watrQe.hM-nQtenxtHOi
rPttl StotlDtteei jm was-tne
one he was in searcn 01; inac ne naa
the HMunnhan nf his Inst flharhft. w m 1.
Finding the subject painful I didzrotl
press- turn ,aay jintneij ana, propose
fvi'ltQliciaey. lgreeai and : $fj
viutMnir nno nr T.nA HrnrM ann Hnowmir
them iome of the products of
mountains, roots, herbsgtcini
nanv with one of our townsmen' we
went on college 1111 10 snow inem uw i
we m i - Al
view irom tnere. ajut," a suppose mat
nn HfAnrv however ' fine, can ever
make him forgeti fdrSnoment theais
tressing cause of his visit. I
Mr. Rosa, inrenlv to a Question of
th crentkman who went with.
remarfcfifL tnat tne omv iinne iie.u
knowtAwks that his child was? alive
when the burelars (Mosher and others)
fei"killed: that since thaf time he
was not entirely satished witn anyun-j
formation he had received on me, suo-
ject. ,, ' ' ' il"
Mr. Lewlsinformed me that
Ross,Jiis fpjuru-others and himself Jnrt
; most 01 tneir time sincp me
abduction, folio win
ut every case,
They return4o Phiiadeipnia to-mor-
ijTT&elMfendelsshon Qumtette Club-of
Boston, which so oeiighteg gnr peopie
last faUTwrn give another or. xneir
charming concerts at theoperj house
on theaMsmagMtba 19th inst, and the
with nst5iiiiittdtne vemne 01 me
onrh . Wtw are, aiuamusemenireunj
ana aououe jotuv""jF",-co "
4,.f to -i 11 I. .I I imiii mmm n rn
bia AtigWtS ..paif.o;
An tJxcursioii wii5 ruu i""1 ?u';1
s-Mtf- 20th. The train
Xt&?ZZiuxL and leave
; v untriafrof ' whom
we-hope to see many uuwu ouuuv!
oppoTtuttity f to hels celebrate
nav. . . . - - , l Mr
zihe thrQushOinesf , ra still doing-.a-
large business in hauling tobacco. 1
. rt. iatatpa nnnr nmnetent authority
that the business of the Charlotte, Co
lumbia & Augusta Railroad from -Oc-
tODer last up u uie preseui. uw -. m
ianrr ihim for an eaual number- of
Months t any prevfoos titnef Birip
The excursion mania has broken out
WAthe lltet tWesternNorthCaro-
-r it Vprnai freshness
I , - .A -. A
ie excursion tiain
ITTr; :.; r . . 1 ',..;. tl,afwn.r.rininta.
K 1 f 'iTPBi nOATEAS IM MAY.
Tk AppcanncM. Pwltlona tBd.BXT
.--., - - . - . - -
- mntn of the Planets.
lylCKtrfuK,faitestaijgliter of the sun,
noias the place 01 Honor among the
planetary tirotherhood an ' evening star
J 4Pjiug.thQ"montlt :i She is increasing in
nsrhtnes and .size as in her rapid
course tehe approaches the earth, appear
ing higher above the' horison and set
ting; later every night. The rapidity of
hera. motion v can easily be traced, by
Watchingcjthe .stars. in her immediate
viviuitjr. uuciug luu unit part 01 me
month shfrselboiilriarjrclock : on the
last of -the. ;3mptithv about half-past 10.
inus Deing aoove tne norizon for three
- - A . -W- F- . .
iiours aixer sunset. - v enus is in con-
peiesuiu piciurps, maao np 01 silvery
crescent, with a beamintr star, for nen-
dant, may b6 anticipated. -
oath, SChef fclahet mavnow be looked
or to best advantage in the west
about 'O b'clocki ' when two .hours past
u upiter leaas me quartette or morn
ing stars, and is a conspicuous object in
X "A. , . J 1 i i .
me soutneast long oeiore sunrise. He
rises now at about half-nast 2. and at
the end of the, month not long after
midnight. Jupiter and Mars rise near-ly-at
the same time- on if the1 1st. the in-
terValHBetween'beififf'dnlv eieht min
utes. ..Yesterday they: were in conjunc
tion and afforded to earlv risers a fine
opportunity for the study, of planetary
colors, the ruddy hue ot the one beiner
in striking contrast to the golden tint
OTme-TjmerruffTne lh, J upiter, Mars
anuine moorj are.in conjunction, and
enthusiastic star-gazers who anticipate
the dawn will; be rewarded, with a
charming picture of the waning moon
with two bright planets foremost among
the starry throng that grace her court.
Mars is morninsr star, but hia mnrspi
during the" month is so closely inter-
v vWw M.1AL. A I A. C V 1 i aM
vivvvu wjuf uiai, 01 nis giant Drotner
that the record of the one is but a repe
tition of that of the other;-
Saturn1 is 'momma star, and is fast
cominginto a more favorable position
forobservation.v He is to be found in
the constellation Pisces, not far fro m
the Cquhoctial colure, rising now at 4
J IWiiV, ill LUtS ClUSt) UI Lilt) UlOUlIl ttb
2i''HeJs in conjunction with the moon
ori the 'morhing of the 17th. On the
31st Jupiter rises twelve minutes before -1,
Mars twenty-two minutes after 1, and
Saturn six minutes after 2. An observer
commanding a view of the eastern higSri-.
zon will hnd it an interesting study to -watch
these planets as they rise in qutek
succession. . .
;Mercui-y is morning star, lising now
abouUialf-past4, and at the end of the
month at halfpasfrSiHe may be seen
.ftowrjouthbrfore'&uni-i as he
rfijichesais greatesfewestern elongation.
WW Albll CV-i AVA AlA CATfT, UOTa KJtZiKJL C
-and afjer that event is.tavor&oly situa-
tea ior observation, tins oeingr one ot
Wis lour opportunities ounng ine year
when he may be picked up bv brisrUt
star-gazers., as morning star. He is in
conjunction .with the moon on the 18th,
when four planets and the waning cres
cent are visible at the same titria-
Brorsen's comet; has passed its peri
helion, and is approaching the earth,
reaching its nearest point to-day, when
it may be looked for among the smaller
stars in the head of the Great Bear,
More of the lndlai It el tea.
Mr. W. H. KirbV:' Who is the contrao-
tocf or filling in tlie trestle on the Air
Line Railroad nearPaw Creek, was in
the city last night and had with him a
number o the Indian relics which were
reterred toiin yesterday's Observer as
having been round by the hands en
gaged In hos work in the progress of
their excavations. Two more of the
ndian bodies or what remained of
them-were taken out yesterday. Thus
iartne cones oi eleven persons nave
been founds nil buried in & row, but no
where -about" any .'of the bones was
bund any remnant of a blanket or anv
stitch tf clothing, all the habiliments in
which the fbodieswere interred having
moulded into dust From the1 graves
the hands have taken; in;! all perhaps a
ousnei ox. oeaas. jmxv. js.iroy nas naa a
arse - number: of these washed and
many of tbem strung ? They are of all
imaginable colors and after being wash
ed are as bright and new' looking as if
made a xlaytgoV They vary in sizes as
much as In ; color r thev are not of class.
in,deed iid one" who' has yet seen them,
has been able to deteimine the material
of which they are made; ' -
uneciod or earth wnicn Mr. JvirDy
took -ut;'and which he has herewith
Bim, has imbedded in it 'What, is .'clearly
the" under-jaw of a. ian, n Only one
tooth . remains . fast in:-, the jaw-bone ;
anotteEi.toasi been, detached since the
masswas-'firsttAken buti " The jaw-bone
s terSpft''yiela xeadily to pres
sure between the fingers, and the singu-
!hafldfdl'o - beadi;:ift what' one' would
suppose, irom tne xormaijoaot me mass
This Cld -Of earth together with the
bones and the beads, has been examine
ed with a "irea5eaTOttfCT by a
gjl&to 9SSm otfiOarlrWBity-lovers.
rae-Ctennod Concent Joat VlpbU
Theebncert ofvth'e-WOttnod- Club,
which has been anticipated some weeks
came off last night and was heard by a
fine audience. .The club, has peen'-in j
constant 'practice' tor1 several imontns
under the immediate directorship ,6f
Prof. Bidez, .and much was; expected of
it Expectations were more tnan real-"
izediUwt night The timetho excellent
control which the singers possessed
bvef theirvoices-in short fine training
of natural Iv fine voices was manifest
throughout the 'evening's ehtertair1
ment..The seleptions, were. altogiether'l
new. Of a classid rather than a popular .1
order, and were rendered with fine i
effect s .The auditors maniiestea tneir
measure by.hearty applause ana ic was
Lmlcultto'tell-wti'ether'the5 solos, the
duets, trios, quartetts, or the choruSes
and closed, were most' enjoyed.
The solos of Mrs. Bason,-iliss Wristonv
MrsAxmistBMrsf Mqmgan and Mrs
The three last named responded, to'eiir'
mwp. and-Mrs. Bidezirwho anpearedbeH
fore a Charlotte aumence ior tne. nrsv,
m. rficeived a nerfect ovation in .thB-
shape of a shower ot rjouquets. f ine
.SwetMsheddrnff March,7i"by IMrs.;
Jones; Mrs. Tateiimiss. springs ana Mrs.
Bidez, sung without' accompaniment
was charming, as was also the quartette,
How Sadtlie Moment of Parting," .by
Mrs. Jones. Miss Wriston, and Messrs.
fWilsoaandaPegraiEur.TA laughing song
by Mrs. Morgan, Mr. Aiancn ana xr ror.
Ridez bronght do wn he. house. '
jUieituauieacef irasuarmeu, uy ,,ux ...
r.lirnmBnVwbAclf was alike credit-
oWo t tJia TMirformers;tOrPxofBidez
the leacLandrt the ac-
oAorapanylsii xne concerv ueKiii.Mu w
ari-hou? for more'critieal and -ex-;
4nVlorli nntiiTftiils ?1
sions ox tnesAnwsncau meuiuiu ; kjuvwnjj
legejwas iri the cityisst 'evening nd
iot rt. i .onisvi re '. jvvi'iio aiieiiu w
hTipraf ; Assemblv of the Presbyterian
Church; as one of. the delegates fronij
" Kev. ZDoty . returned 4 last evening
from New York, bringing hW family
ufcthpfteritral.: -Hotel and Mr. Doty
will enter regularly upon his duties as
'rector xl St Jreiers xtpiswi1" viiuiuu.
t&eicdnsteliatotr Leo 'and very near
thti Wxht Besruhla throughout the
The Picnie Season.
The return of certain Sunday school
scholars to ; the seats' which had not
known them before since last spring,
and other signs equally . unmistakable,
indicate that the seaaon for picnics is
near at band. A committee fromv Cal
vary Mission Sunday school has been
appointed xo seiecr. a suitable placeand
will ? report to-morrow. The Pioneer
fire company will. discnss$next Thurfft
day night, the time, placo and special
leawuw ox ineir . oay m 1 tne wooas.
Other organizations will follow in their
footsteps within the next four weeks, t
A Frooably Fatal Affray at a Danced
A number of colored people had a
dance last night at what is known
among them as "Centennial HaH," 'on
South Trade Street Aleck Burton, a
colored bov who is emnlovAd af. TTaii'a
beef market, went up tho steps and at-
4- il. j a -
veiuvhvu. w mo uoorseeper, one
Murphy without .paying wthe price of
admittance. Murphy warned him but
he persistedVuntilvMurphycaught -him
by the coat Snd pushed hini flown! the
steps. At the bottom the intruder
struck the doorkeeper with his fist'
when the latter dealt him a blow ntvnn
the left side of the head, above and-just
in front of the ear. with what all ac
counts represent to nave been a slang
shot Burtonr fell and was speechless
and unconscious. I He .was carried to
his home and Dr. McCombs havin?
been called in found that the skull to
the length of two and a half inches had
been broken and forced in upon the
brain. - He set about to do what could
be done, for the boy, but at a late hour
of tho night represented his patient's
case ai well-high .hopeless.
'Murphy, after the affray, fled or con
cealed himself so that the police could
not find him. He is from Winnsboro,
S. C, and is a comparative stranger in
the city, having been living here out a
Exemption of Apotbecarle
The commissioner of internal reve
nue has decided as follows, under the
last clause of section 32, article 48, Re
vised Statutes, as amended by section 5
of the act of March 1, 1879, which reads
as follows :
Nor shall any special tax be imposed
upon apothecaries as to wines or snit-
ituous liquors which they use exclusive
ly in the preparation or making up of
medicines.:,' :f ryi r2 F4
The exemption from special tax ac
corded to apothecaries applies not only
to tne sale oy them or their medicinal
prlparations or compounds! composed
in part of distilled spirits'or "wines, but
also to any and all mechanical appli
ances and processes which thev may
find to be necessary or useful in the pre
paration or making up of medicines,
and that an apothecary, therefore, not
withstanding the fact of his holding a
special tax stamp as a liquor dealer, is
not subject to special tax as a rectifier
on account of his keeping a still or dis
tilling apparatus . for, use exclusively in
treating liquors, &ew employed in the
making up of medicines.
A sore cure for nervous debility, premature de
cay, exhaustion, etc. The only reliable cure. Cir
culars mailed free. Address J. K. REEVES, 43
Chatham street, N. T.
, Feb. 20-dfcw3m. .
PLEASE SEND IN:;; -
THE CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. AT COLUM
BIA, MAT 13TH, 1879.
' -I f I ? CiC. ferA..RArtRdABkX).
'"- 1 v " Office General Passenger Agei
Columbia, 8. C, May 9th, 18
All CAUIUSiUU UOIU TT All AUU VI vuw
Division as below, returning same night lear-
lng Columbia, at .W P- m : , . ,
Leave- Charlottet;y4i3a iatf.
RrwicHiii fi (hi a. m. a.50
U ? warren's......6 15 a. m 2 25
-8mltlhiWTWTWi'mi .2.2( .
" Lewis', ........6 86,a, m. 2.15
" Chester, ff.'iJiW a. m. 1.95 '
" CdrnwaHs','. 7 25 a. m. 1.70
Blackstocks'...7 8 a. m.. ...... .
WWoodwart's7:4k nussiii .
" ,. Whue uaK,. ... . a aaJnv.. .s . .
M. "xagT .&.8 5 am..:y..
" -winnsboro. .&25 ami.;.K...
ldgewar .& 25 a. m.
Dokoiij. .,9 45 a. m, . .
ajiusuts... ... iu ua a. ui.........
An at Columbia, ljQ 30 a.-m
DaCARDWELL.J 5-jJteKxft Gtav Pasay Agent.'
r T T E N T T O N I
riOU ie hereby ordered- to.ppeas jat -your ar
il , mor thU affAriKion.itio'olocli. In toll unl-
jtorm, wltlt cross belts, to partlcate ln4ae memorial
Sn5ft.Jt- i"xOx WrfyBADGER,
maylO 11 4jW w1 J.B . o. .1
TTnif li.tPTsLlD the Cleaveland Cotton Mills. De
sirable property in a healthy lodallty. i e $
JB'or descnpiion ana pnee auuitsss ,
E. G. RAMS AUK. :
. , ifi kf-;-;; Cleaveland Mills,
May U -3t. . Cleaveland County, N. C. .
..An lnvltaUon kavtog been extended to toe Hor
TAt Tnii.nndent and Pioneer Fire Companies,
y the ladies of the Memorial Association, to par
ticipate in lue exercise Octturuaj, mnj xuui, uur
cersof the above-named companies are hereby or
dered to appear with their companies la full dress
uniform at their halls, to joU in the procession on
the above day at 4 o'clock p. m. tsj oruer uj. uio
j Chief. aT.WALKm"secretary.-,
5- ,j a ,
ffaywg opened a Shoe-Store ;with everything fresh and new
sucn as t f v ja.-. S?-J.f '
For Ladies, Misses aiid'OhUdren, and a
.-ever onereci in tms market Thanking
. fm j . -
' - ;,s
P. S. I take measure in announcing
w vcii j o ,u,
? 1st National Bank Building,
CHARIOTTE, N.' C,
Have now In store a nice and complete stuck of
Hats, Trunks & Traveling Bags
With them you can flnd
, THE fiESlTOCK
-..:-;y ah ,;-s4.r wait 10
Celebrated Ladles Misses' and Children's Shoes
They also keep MUeeJ(urP8 Holbrook & Lud
low's, and other best brands. Gents will find there
the- Miller, "MoCnllough
ftOber; Canfleld, and
Miles' hand-made Boots and Shoes.
THE CELEBRATED AND POPULAR
Orders have personal
Call sure before buying,
"April ft 1879.
PJSGBAM & CO.
.Jin. Uk ik
: !-!'.-; yi :f '.! -'!: '.- ..."
THE LARGEST STOCK EVER EXHIBITED N
viThlS; stock: of , Booto,fllio8s, HatSy'Trtinks, 4a,
l-:'rembratresVerf -gdeTlfid tifflSMi asjciieal ,
,ha UeBame.-toto can. Tjb sold, byany house 1
-q lis -to l
W1U, do reU to.call .and jaxamliie- this stock,' as-
K la naolall aifuntcH to h trA1n of Vnrth And
South Carolina, and will Je sold a wholesale or
retail fn ltost reasoriahte terms f: ir. '- i . u-; i j
To Charlotte are Inrfted to. call and . examine, our
reaped Wto4iX&&i tofow.
W. S. FORBES, Agent; V
Smith 4 Forbes Old Stand, Trade St '
., mm 1 . !
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
rno tti fnox ta
&"ci:0FFlCiOYEtl$j WRISTjQS COJ
tvI flf a f I
' wrf 25 yean; experience I guarantee eoZre
TJl X J V- lM O Y E 11
I am prepared to
full line of the best goods for Men and
f . . . i .........
my friends for past d itrbnaare. I trust to
. Respectfully, ,
Trade Street, next door
to mv rli fr!onia thif t ov. vmnr Dfo;nn
ouud auu xictt uusmess, x can seu you gooos
, Very respectfully,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED-
... i v.,','4;:i A BEAUTrJTJL LINE OF ' f
BOURETTE DRESS GOODS,
W At Ten Cents Per Yard. The handsomest goods ever offered for the money. i
ALSO A FULL LINE OF , , ,
BLACK AND COLORED BUNTINGS,
' We are offering the best
In the market for $1.00.
A nice line of CASSIMERES
THE BS T
n PORK&RTieULARS tfIBM0i ADDRElfti
WhiteSewinq Machime Co. Cleveland, ohio.
rtfl M Situs.
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
This Line being fully equipped for business,
Wttmlngton and an Northern and Eastern Cities to
Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations
Atlantic, Tennessee 3c Ohio,
As well as points In Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as
F.W.CLARE, '," ' .
; Gen. Freight Agent, Wilmington, N. C
i septSO if
,R. Jf. H. MclDEN,
VBCOOIBT ASO CHkinBT,'
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubln's Extracts and Cojognes,
,.; English Select ipioes,.
Colgate Honey and Glycerine Soap'
English, French and
, American Tooth Brushes-
f I -
. .- 'i Ji
CajefulifejoarM all hour ixh night, and
)l?V,Sf UiiXiI'.J tiUJia. .lia
.11'' t .,'!" o i , .
Prescription Store. :
.'i.'i"lA 5rfjiYrECURlTI Ji i -.o
- '.(il Af bit' -.lf l ' '"
. . t - -
. . .. ,200 Barrels pi .
a hi GWESTSONS
- EXTRA No.,1 KEROSENE
U'U" i ..Ua isi- .
'j. Our .i
11 tj iuu
ALADDPf SECURITY, OH1
"Wesfs Extra'Nofi Kerosene 00, from C. StVest 4
bons, uaiomore. ' ' - ,
t;, tw;,i i t
Hicfaest Medal awarded at Centennial Xxnoslllon:
Crystal oil Works. Canton. . Warranted to stand a
lire test on iu aeerees lanrenneu oeiore lt wul
burn. C. West 4 bona, Baltimore. , - ,
mi-ill r .-t 1 - 1 -' .i'u t
c-sj f7 - For Sale by
v, ill uh .h:iii f T -- -u j - -
w'3 1 j
? , -i-s Dm XlLircAEtN, Sole Agent,
" " CHARLOTTX, N. C .
offer to the trade a line of the best goods.
Boys, which I propose to sell cheaner than
w . . . . . -. ..
merit the same m the future. V
to Kyle & Hammonds Hardware Store.
r. -r.U j -i rVsa...i
in tnat line to your satisfaction.
.,;.-,-.... ..-.v-r.-.- '
J, Ma ALEXANDER.
SCARFS, ETC, ETC.
at greatly reduced prices.
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
offers unequalled facilities for the Traaaportkm ot
Charlotte, Statesvule, Ashevllle, Ruthertordton
on the Atlanta 4 Richmond Alr-LIne.
and Western N. a Railroads, ? .
via any Competing Line, and Time as Quick,
upon application to
Agent C C. Railway, Charlotte.
S WHOLXSXLX AKD KKtkO,
GROCERS and DEALERS In COUNTRY PrSHTOe
Keep eonstanUy on band
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP
1 PLES, DRIED FRUITS, . M J
. . : : , ... ; I., , " :!.: !
Exclusive Dealers in -M
RAMSOUR 4 BONNIWELL'S and X L. SHU
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR.
also. raopBxrroBs of rn
CHARLOTTE BOtEL,' ' ' '
. ............,. ....
This house has been refitted and newly famished,
, and Ukpt to flnctass style. - .1
Terms, Per Day
Great IndaeemenU offered to-tmlm homxA.
ere; for terms see the proprietor . , , .. ; - -.
tSTTOmnibus and Carriages at every tratni)
FIELD BROTHERS. . . ..Proprietor,
Mr. H. & Witaoa LAsr,.....;..8upertnteodetite.
Hnrsx WnjoHe,.; .v.... ...... ;;..QerJc
febff . ' j . - -1 , ,
'us(,1r, ".Tr'-O tt'.i
' ' 'iJ iO t-ui " W J'
BirANNAEL GA. , . -
-a. B. Luce, Proprietor.
Beauoed rate-S2.00 and 12.50, ftecoiCzg to Ioc '
M. J "HARNETT, Oerk, late ot Planters'Eotel.
Feb. 16-tf. r i? " '
rpHE BEST STOCK C7
i GROCERIES an
In the dry, at " " "
anSQ ' -
i- - f.
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1 tH patronage. - 1 this morning.
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