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The following tame snows tne running t
iror trains to and from Charlotte, ou all
roads (Washlnt.on tune;
- A. :
RICHMOND A DAHY1IXX. v - A
-Arrrres from Richmond and Goldsboro, 1.00 aim.
Leaves tor- " -: , .- , 8.20 a. m,
: Arrives from Richmond. 10.60 a. m.
Leaves lor . ... 6.45 p. m
L ATLAMTA CHABIjOTTM AIK-tljrK. ;
Arrives from Atlanta,
- 1.05 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,. . .. ,.t;..... , 6.50 p. m.
Leave for. Atlanta, v.-'slO.SO a. m.
AS CHABIymt. OOMTKBIA AUQUBTA. i C
Arrives from Augusta,
Leaves lor Augusta, . . . . , , ., ; .
Arrives from Augusta,.
x.uu a. in.
Leaves for Augusta,,
Arrives from Wllmffigton,.. . .'..,.r.
i 7.2fl p. m.
H.IK a. m.
Arrives from Shelby;.?.'!..,; Vi'.'i.j'.'OO pv.;
... -i ATLXNTIC( -rjjssjjt 4 OHIO. V
Leaves f or 8tateayllle..v.i-.
.00 a. n
Money Order Department,.. 9.00 a. m. 5.00 p. ra..
Registry Department,.: .0.00 a. m. 5.00 p. m.
tien'lDeuVy Stamp Dept.,. 8.00 a. ml fi.00 p. m.
" ,,iMiiVJ o J-li". J 8.30 p. m.! 8.45 p.m.
r- On Sundays the General Delivery and Stamp
Department wilLbe open from 8.00 a. m. to 10.00
41. m. 1
OPXMI3G AXJ CLOSING OF MAILS. '
Diinrllle & Charlotte lL EV 8.00 a. mV f 9.00 Vivi
" 11.15 a.m. 6.00 p. ni
Charlotte A Atlanta B.4'i 8.00 a. m. 9.00 p. m.
A Augusta R.R.,1 8.30 p.m. 10.00 a.m.
Wllm'n ChaBott E. R:' 8.80 p. mi 5.00 a. m.
Charlotte A Shelby Bv . 4.80 IK in 6.00 a. m.
ft StutesvUle,.... 5.80p.m. 6.00a.m.
(y Belittle' Forrt; hbne -route,) Mondays at
5.00 p. m.v and Tuesdays' at 8.00 a.-m -4'"- , ' i
Yorkvllle. borse route,) Thursdays af6.00
v. m., and Fridays at 7.00 a. m. 4ti;ia'M f
. W. W. JENKINS. P. M. ;
i i ' " T i f" '' i
Offick Ghief,;Siqkai! Ofticeb, 4
Washington, MayJl 139 i if'.T
For tha South . Atlantic States, stai
tionary or falling barometer, southeast
winds, slightly higher temperature part
ly cloudy weather, .and numerous rains.
I.oeal Kkport lor 1Tetedar 1
17 A.M. 2P.Mi ; P.M
tVlnd Direction,. . . .
Weather-. . . ,
Clondy.l Cloudy. JClouky
Highest temperature 75 deg.; lowest rjf. ij
' WiATKU JPOHT, VAT
Augusta ' l
- acannan. .
Index to New Adrerttvemestta
Terry I Scream, Sao.
Fine strawberries were selling yester
, day at 12J cents per quart.
1 1 was not difficult to tell yesterday who
- went to Columbia and who didn't : sleepy
i is no word for it. ,
State Attditor Love and wife passed
i through this city yesterday -mornjirig en
route to the western,' part of the State.
The soda rayrC seasQtt?has 'opened
: and the beverage is how;on:; gale at (lif
: ferent establishments In the city.
Mrs. KoVt Fi'te; the lady who was
thrown from th6 buggy near the Air
! Iine depot last Saturday, is recovering,
i Her injuries werepnly.sUghfc. . i
One railroad man Isays that U ail the
ccrowd hauled to aad fxom Columbia
vu his train, there vere but two men
drunk, and these were dragged under
the seats and disturbed nobody.
The different sections of b the sur
rounding country Jiave not fared alike
i n the distribution of r the lain of ; the
last several days: - Some portions have
been flooded while others have not been
sprinkled. - - .,..!. i .fa-.-;::1 :
The State executive committee of the
Young Men's Christian associatidn will
meet in this city Saturday, jto arrange
the details of the meeting of the State
convention. It is likely that Salisbury
will be chosen as the place.
The. Observer i indebted to Mr. A.
B. Davidson for a lot of the finest straw
berries its editorial eye has rested on
litis season. Daintily arranged on a
waiter of fid wers, they would have
tempted the palate.pf an epicure, ;ih ,
The pictures of the members of the
Mendelssohn Quintette Club, who are
to be with us on the night of the 19th,
are displayed in .various places in the
city, and Hhe fempletkms, Iwho are to
play "Pmt6-KtiBonthTalitfot the
20th, were billed yesterday. , V fm
The cry , for more i ram -still goes up
from the Charlotte gardenerr and from
the farmers 'round; about Op of our
most eminent gardeners said -yesterday
af ternoont as he drew a young Irish po
tato out of his pocket and looked up at
the sky, that he didn't suppose we had
hud more than half enough.
Charlotte to be. Made a Government
Depottltory. ' J ." . ' ? '
Yesterday the postmasterof this city
telegraphed to Hon.? John? Sherman,
secretary of the treasury, asking to be
.made agent hera for the new United
states 4 per cent, refunding certificates,
and as any postmaster who 'applies for
it can get this appointment, these new
bonds will be on sale here; in a .short
time as early, probably,' as an border
for them can s be. filled. Thp demand
for these securities has been, immense,
all over the . country. .They : are much
sought after by the workings classes
who want a means of; investment "for
their small savings and .'who "are. more
particular, about the safety of the in
vestment than about the rate'. !of;interr
est it bears. ' ,
3larr!ace of a YoUnir Cbarlottean.. i
Mr6hnlBVOrr, teller; Ihel First
iN ational Uank of this cjty, was . mar
ried last night in - the . First -Baptist
church of Cnumbna. Ga to Miss Sallie
E. Busseyi daughter of DiirJN. J Bus-
ey, of that place, - The; approachijig
nuptials have been a subject of interest
in the community for somefweeks, and
the young couple' ' will 'reeeiveu many
happy congratulations fromi friends in
Charlotte. The bride is one of the most
attractive young ladies in. Columbus,
and dnrino- a ahnrh -RfsiV in,f!hsirlottft
' last winter made a number of admirera
and warm friends, while the - groom is
one of the risintr younir business men
f .h's place. They will make ft tour of
jwrtions of the West and North, and re
turn to Charlotte in three or f6ur
weeks.; v.;?. :vv,;i j : .;U' ---;' ti:- v- .v -.-
Among the attendants at the.uiar
Iage were Miss Masreie Mbreheau And
lessrs. W.IY Myers. A. -L sSmitli imd
Barom Th.i WlndV TeL
29:83 67 ' E. ' ' 78
29.84 81 ' "J 2
29.88 81 ''8 : H
29.83 72 K. 4.12
2.9ft 82 N. W,- i,;ll
29.92 8 N.W; . 14
29.95 87 ,XW. '! ' 9
29 89 78 N. E. ' "7
29.91 87 S. W. 5
29.84 85 a ... .18
29.81 85 S. ; 9
29.82 83 N W. 8
29.91 80 8. W. 14
29.89 76 8. E. 6
29.86 82 S.W. 14
29.93 83 N. W. 4 7
The coroner's jury that held an 'in
quest oyer-thehody: :of Jim. Williams,
condition near the track of the Char-,1
ivitkc, VUlUUlUliV Oil VUgUSUii AUUirUiUJ, .
Muiday morning will re-assemble to
day and continue the investigation of
the case. The case. was adjourned Mon-'!
day in the hope"thaf'some new light
mifrht be thrown on the mystery which.
surrounds it, but so far as we have beexC
aoie to learn no evidence nas been pro-
cured bjf which the deed can be traced
fctete evfdenfce setmif tedreate that
: Williams' wounds were not inflicted by
a railroad train. , "
Pronilae io Get Well.
Aleck Burton; Hhe colored boy whb1 8811511
was struck on the head at a dance at
Centennial Hall last Friday night and
ffMs4 able 1 tbUfcO antt ttM
out of bed, and there is-good reason to
believe that he will get' wellA The Case
is a singular one, and if the boy should
recover it will prove a striking triumph
of surgical skill. The indenture in the
skull was three "inches long by two
The skull was unusually thuv-not more
than an eighth of an inch thick. Dr.
McCombs, -with, -the assistance of Dr.
Brem, ; trepanned the skull
prooaoiec result or tne injury is
above stated.';: ,i ft .' -
Arrented for Killing- 'HIm Owu Cbil-
Within the past few days three chii
dren of ,.taiegrori,naBkedt.J'.I)r.'' Elam
Houston, a root doctor living in MalT
lard Creek township, near Sugar Creek
church, have diedvery suddenly, and
upon information lodged, with, him
by Capt Edward Lewis and.T. J.'Hunj
ferC Mlar iCrgqk.Cof onej ; Alexan
der yesterday proceeded to arrest the
"doctor" on the charge of having killed
the. phiUl.jjendpaing, , tiiem .with his
decoctions. The coroner found the man
in the city and took him under arrest 41
xie Demfpw ettinormeq pi
the nature of the charge against him
and was taken J tq iaiT when a valise
which MMl wWhint was ceSted and
in it found a quantity of roots, herbs,
npills, Ac.rTheootoner'WeTit out to Mal
lard Creek yesterday to investigate the
matter still .fujther f ..,.;,.i
The C. M. I. Cadets at Columbia.
I ' ( H'ti Itllll littt KM iliiiir- .. !.A
The detachment of cadets of the
Carolina Military Institute who,, at
tended the unveiling of the " Coiifeoter
ate Monument at Columbia, returned
home yesterday morning, The compa
ny was the largest in the procession, in
which it bore the old colors of the Char
leston Citadel Academy, which were
turned over U itl&j pen. Jiliiisn:
the cadets were taken to the capitol
and.presented to His Excellency Gov.
impgoi,lKj C))J, Tqijaas, as represenr
tatives of the t&rpe States of North
Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia,
Col. Thomas taking occasion to ex-
Kress his gratification at. seeing the gu
ernatorial office of South Carolina in
the hands of a Carolinian who had ever
been true to his fttftte amid ail the tern po
tations' which had beset her people1.
Gove-notf Simpson respondedih bdr
some ter'ms, welcoming the cadets to
the soil and commending to them the
memories wbichj the occasion was inr
tended to Btakp saerpdj ( P
Excuniioa Btes Cbarlotle (for lb
A telegram received in this city yes
terday from Capt. John R. Macmurdo,
general passenger agent of the Rich
mond & Danville Railroad, states that
excursion tickets will be sold on this
road to parties .wishing to attend the
20th of May celebration in Charlottes as
f oUows : .;up4 trip ticket3ropI on
all- regkilarytriiasj froni alilbttry'to
Charlotte and return, $2.65 ; from China
Grove, , $2.05; Concord, $15; Harrisr
burg, 866.' 1 " 1
The Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio Rail
road has made exceedingly liberal rates
for visitors on its line, offering to car
ry passengers from Statesville and all
points down to and including ' David
son College, to and from Charlotte .for
$1 for the round trip, and from points
between Payjdson Qpjlege andMQhar
Totfe at "ratesprpprlabnallyTpweE. -.
The 'chief nrTtoiliJil ttiT&?)ik in
correspondence- with the officers of the
otbi fajlrp and xcfe b $ble
to announce in fomorrows xJbsebVeb
excursion rates over the Carolina Cen
tral. Charlotte. . Columbia &, Augusta
and Atlanta & Charlotte " Air-Line f
The Pioneer fire company has been!
promised a cannon by Judge Mackey,
of South Carolina, to help them .cele
brate the 20th, It is expected to arrive
from Chester in a few davs. and will be
set to work early Tuesday morning.
It is designed to have several of the
distinguished citizens who may visit us
on the 20th speak in tne square or else
where on the night of that day. - j
The committee or arrangements uia
not meet yesterday as anticipated. It
is absolutely necessary that a meeting
be held Friday, and all are urgently re
quested to assemble at tne court nouse
at 11 o'clock.
Several of the fire companies, notably
the Pioneers, are making arrangements
to add new and attractive features to
the parade n. !.!. '
The Concord cornet band will furnish
the musiCjfor phe occasion.. They will
arrive' thq ewing of .the V9th, com
ing across the country in their hand
some band wagon.
The Continentals are increasing in
number daily, and will make a splendid
show:' Thev look for a fine represents
tion from tp country. 'Si
TboAator Folk la Liberia.
"M7vra fhatj a VA!U ' sura Uift nlillt TV1
sailed from the port of Charleston cap?
tying a large numoer ec eoiorea peopie
from South Carolina, and Georgia, and
a few from .North ..Carolina, .to Liberia,
which1 was" the promised land td the
colored people until Kansas came to be,
Spencer, Reeves, of 3Iilledgeville, Ga4
who, was among tne emigrants, Aas just
reached Charleston, returning to his old
home, and the News and" Cmriet says
bef Lgfyea ,a . deplorable:, acponU ot .the
1 of nis fellow-emigrants at
Jhfl'left 'Liberia-Eeeves :lost
his own1 Jwif e, 'and1 is - thdr6ughiy :lsr
He reports tliatjoyexrluilt of those whQ
went out oivthe Azor" ttre dead, others
ate almost perTsba'g Vsn&Xh'f find great
numbers would come back if they could.
xne.wnoie.iist 01. uiw whu ujqu vw
the AzQr.waa-gone overby a, News and
LiOUTieT repoiwjr, wuu uuusucu ui
list when the vessel sailed, and Reeves
told of each 1 family-how many were
dead, what members of each were still
alive,1 ana- -xne present -uouuiiiou num.
nrosDects of the survivors. Some of
the new settlers;areidoinff well, but the
vast majority are getting along Daaiyi
and nearly ail have suffered sickness 01
greater or less severity.
A monor those who nave died, the re
turned emisrrant . gives , the name of
AlfredJiIIood, of Charlotte, 2ST.' C" aged
S9,who, hesays left a large ramuy.
lJt TTnr rmwards of thlrtr years Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used tor children. It corrects
nM,m tit the stoiniich. relieves wind colld. resulates
the towels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arifllnir from teething or other causes. An old and
well known remedy., goeper otUa.;.j t ?sr
IIw,tki XSayK 8pea( Out: Day Ele
er a" portion of i the1 mpany returned
trtJia JColnubiesteirday ;, mornisat
iiiprhr.'a HlPPp, hard marching Brtrt
;mg with all aia :sLxengtWleftrk Jie.
l.fl r Ai r . ... ..... . . ...... S
Battalion, by whom they "Were1' enter-
uuueu, u.a uwy foyaj. uuuxuvx,,,
The trip from LjCharlotte'ia Columbia
was without incident, but not without
.fun and jfrottc,. and pleasant .anticipa
tlp4s $lbpeaeslhicfc ihey iw.
weie m stoiu tor luciu. 0.10 a. m.
Railroad depot and found the Richlind
the fiisht companies marched ud to
,he oeutref; Ihe city toeethernd final-
ly 'landed) m Clark's-Iial' where they tit
spmt4 attack upon.; a bountiful col
lation prepared for thenl by the battal
ion. After - ample attention had been
paid to this; itbe visitor : were escorted
1 unaer 1116 special care ana protection 01
rine, ' wyenjors wuaros, wno: conauctett
1, wuw wxpo, iwiei, juu jay; nrifc.impiy
1 nrovided, f on. : The morninsr v '-inenr.
Ifcy them iri Walking1 ab&ut
ltenuary anaojoer poinoi mterest.
At 20 thtfeonipaiy centered, under
command of Capt. Iegranv the. grand
procession to the capittrr groiinids, cbm
posed, pf., over . wenjty, companies of
calvary andT "hiahtry and constituting
the most magnificent- military- disolav
special honor as to - position, and with
their thirtyW best me;in jfttik mad
'an aprraicn f6rior tftAany in
the long line.. Compliments and nowr
l WMe "IaMsl';ISffrkter'ithe
larnvalia .the cityw-an. eleeant - wreath
lady !of Columbia, and ; subseauentiy
4hey:feeived,nother, the larger- teeing
carried on the coTupany's flag during
tha day.' The. individual memuers we're
also covetetl with' button-hole -boui-quets:
"The Riflemen, were givgn ah, elegant
champagne dinner .at the-feotei by the
Governor'Sr Quavds, af'-hielv toasts
were dht'lr Hhdt speeches mVttfeiiy tnen
;bepr)jot;i.i;omi4mps.::,.. , 7. '
Tl. vyitli. .m)iufci:ojt: -oilier liilie .aL-
tMltiullH (iXUtt ,Ut4 :4iOYn(''H (lUMI ll.S
!rtoirhotit thtiii.iy, served tovj5tf,iUijjtli
p thg mhIs vtfi4j'kndlyi.wiic)'K al
ripaiiv-JitsLed: bet wveus-the' to 'oonHir
so; oetwveu;-Uie co'ooiptir
liHItfliW If tt ijhflune
no?faMi ii4jt;vity could
WHICH IHO 1111
1 hey escoiTeo? -the-'-eompany to the de
not m their depattnre, ttt 10 p. m.; and
here a number of speeches were 1 made
and the utmost good feeling prevailed.
1 UQ jath or Muy will Jje marked, wito
a white stone in the annals of ilfe Hor
nets est Riflemen.
r.tlii;-;.;ii. i' .. :
The Old-Fauib.onea TVfir.
In these unhappy day3 of the pistol
and the knife, there is somethinff reallv
tefreshinfflhagQod oldrfashumed fistL-
.cuft ult ha,along been regarded as the
Irishman's own jnethod, and It has been
reserved for him to keep it in vogue in
Charlotte.'.! Two rather rough looking
sons of Erin, both peddlers, and named
respectively John Dodd and J. II,
O'Leary, gave a free exhibition of this
sort in front of lioediger's bar-room yes-
teraay.to tne gieat amusement ot quite
a 1 number of witnesses. - One of , the
combatants, a regular shoulder-hitter,
made the other measure his length on
the ground, two.r several: times, when
parties interfered and stopped hostili
ties. They were taken in charge by the
city marshal and small fines were im
posed upon both, '
Meeting of Board of Director of tbe
Western IVortb Carolina Railroad
The annual meeting of the board of
directors of the Western North Caroli
na Railroad began at Henry's Tues-
daV. in" conjunction with the Board of
.Internal Improvements. -
"The president, Maj. J.W. Wilson, and
he secretary and treasurer, Capt G. P.
Erwin, were re-elected.
: CoL' Thad. Coleman was elected chief
engineer, to assist the president in the
work of: construction on the west end
of the road and the office of master of
transportation; held heretofore by capt.
A; G. Halyburton, was abolished, presi
dent Wilson assuming the duties of the
gisition, having been relieved in a
easure of. the .duties of engineer by
the election of CoL Coleman.
It was also decided to consolidate the.
position of supervisor of convicts and
uiJertnteiident of constrtrctlohrbut as
yet.f pf 5pe fya .Deecncaeui ip nii: tne
omce tn us created. . . .
Mr. B. A. New an was appointed con.
ductor in place of I B. Henderson,
The Doararww oein session lor sev
eral daysaiidrvliniTOrtant matters
are vettowmejoeioreifc. i
A d iiitan t General -J tines, 'nas issued
general t)rdprsNf-,tdeflng the com-
missionea tiaceraoiitne companies
composing the Secofid Regiment of in-
fantry, North Carolina State Guard, to
assemble m ixiariotte on tne zotn inst,
to elect a colonel to supply the .vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of CoL C.
W. Alexander. The election , will be
held in accordance with. the regulations
prescribed in general orders No. 86, 1879.
" in aaaition to tne aoove, uen. m i .
Taylor publishes in tbe.Wilmington
Sun general orders No. 18, command
ing the ecpnd .Regiment, or4 phe comr
paniesconiPPngtb? same, land the
Second Battalion, or the companies
composipgithe same, to hold their an
nual parade on the 20th of May, in ac-
cordancet!with- generaj orders No,; 21,
Mar -U, 1877: The Fifth Battaljon, or the
companiBS composing tne ; same, are ort
dered to hold-their annual parade on
the 30th ihst,'; ' , ' ; : ' (
It mav be mentioned here that Adju
tant General Jones will be in Charlotte
on the 20th and will review the troops
which will De Here on that day. , , f
Davidsen Court Matters Acaaltted !
7Ianlaaffhtert dec. - ,-,...;,),' ?
':.Vh trial; of 'barber1; for7 kiilinar his
brother-ln-lawi Hayden was concluded
at Lexington Tuesoay, tne jury, alter
only a "few minutes' absence from the
court room, bringing in a verdict of ac
quittal of tne cnarge in tne Dm 01 in
dictment, which was manslaughter.
Our information is that the decision of
the court gives general satisfaction in
the community, it having been proven
that the deceased had subjected naroer
to unusual persecutions and threaten
ed him repeatedly.' ' ;
:: Clinard and . Wilborri; charged with
brftakinsr into a; store in -Thomasville
and stealing a large lot of shoes,' also
for breakins into Lamberts store and
stealing a lot of meatJfcc-were convict
ed. The former was ent to the penv
tentary for twenty years and the latter
for ten. "-Another of the . eansr. - also
named r Wilborn, : who turned State's
evidence.was sent up for three years;
. . The case of Crutchfield vs. the Rich
mond & Danville Railroad, for dam
ages, a new, trial,' was- to have been up
.... r ffi iTiii
Jnajrorc Court. j
court yesterday morning,, in theMtb
scence of .Mayor Osborne, and fined
Wash Morrow $10 and cost f or' break
ing one of the street lamps while play
ing balU vThe fine was subsequently re
mitted. IaFayette Walker, for assault
on a small boy, wasfined and cost,
and i ailing to settle was put to work on
1 1U 1U uia.iuagiw5iai vapwutyvcvmimir.
iuu lur uearuig - wuay, oam ' uner ana
Adam Alexander, charged .with house
, ' j,
EIJ3CXRI.G rBELTS. :
inVcrjre'io? iiervous debility, premahm de
pTr exhaustlon, ete, ; ; . Th only reliable eove. Clr
iiilarsmalled7!' Address' i. t BEEVES, 43
Chatham atma V Y TT!
reb.2o - dw3ni; r rrrf:
ri iu, n r-hu-
-. This magnificent brand of Cigars has just been
received, and all who bare tried it say it Is the 1
They have ever seen In Charlotte.: . Sold only ait
The latest and most complete Invention of the
day Crocker & JTawnsworth's Fluting and Smooto.
lng Iron. Saves the expense of fuel and the s
vew tepWrt atendftiswer a hot fire on Ironing
u iroa heste and will save its worth in
rtimS, w say notaEgbrthe health of those who d
We are the agents for the State of North Caroli
na, and we propose to commence the sale of it in
Mecklenburg, Gaston and Lincoln counties at
onoe. Any one wishing to purchase the right te
sell in other counties in the State will do well te
apply at once to the undersigned at Charlotte, Ni
a " E. H. NEWCOHEB, I '
BL M. BAMSEUB,
relresmng yourseli, eaa
at PEBBY'S and get a plate of
. -,110 .also,, has ihz B4aana yo eyeiysR.v,
.wewring nearly ha a puiib '- '
thQTOUh and npert Bookeep
and Accoiirttnnt mlrm twoouuU to revise
and adjust, or a set of bodks'to wrt'e up. Best of
references. iddrjessK., Charlotte J?wtoffiee.
ICE CBEAM Ice Cream td day am tor these.
. sod. Parties furnished with ta best cream la
the elty at short notice. i &? it BrOIJSft
'WnWlj-A-1 '-i.'i'i-'i'i - -i - tt
. , y A , - r.-uri iil .
OB BENT Tbe butiaing lately used as a
scAQot nouse on tjnurcn street, next to Mr. A
I. ' ' - ' B. BABRINA8R.
ICE CBZA M-flce Cmdrandl 4Qt tbe sea,
, son. Parties furnished with the best cream In
tfee city at short notice. , D. M. BIGLE.
OBOGOE3T AND CHEMIST,
Now offers to tbe bade a full stock of
Lubln's Extracts and Colognes,
English Select bices,
Colgate Honey ami Glycerine Soap'
English, French and
American Tooth Brushes
Carefully prepared at all hotiri botn ilght and
J. H. HCAPEN'S
- ' PrescrlptloB Stops.
gECUBITTf1 ' n'' "",::r'.?".',r.'T: '?
200 Barrels of
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EXTRA Ov 1 EROSSENE
ill H'fi .K-yi
'audpih security oil:
West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil. from C West ft
Sons, Baltimore. - .
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HIehest Medal awarded at Centennial KxDOsltlon.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted, to stand a
nre test or liu oegrees- xaarenne upiore n, wiu
burn. C. .West & Sons, Balttmora, , , . , , y -
Pa, J. Q. HCAPEN, Soto Agent,
, V t chablotte, n. c
J ALOWELL HOUS
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Corner iTryon and Sixth ;'$treets,j
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Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
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TWa bouse is permanently established and offers
all the ; oonTeniences and comfortaof a flratrClaaB
boarding house. . Persons Tlsltingtbe cttyirill Und
it a nleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can Wf umisbed wlta rooms.
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BATES Pet day transient," $1.25; per week,
fO.00. ' Regular table, 818.00; board and room
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aavij oitot a
Jmowx tit!l iJ a-JC ialile.r Ji at
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TQieilua en rl8inoJij
(itntnl n- IjjJ li.jo-JU til a ut-ti ;
31T ,ii.aiivUJBH-ia tW'ltl )lu j
tt atl until bui ,?nti h J aHouoJa mui I I
Ji.U .! tfUl 'Jli 6 X?lt 'I f liUjt llJluoJ '
!"iil;l rf ;''"""'t3PRtNQ- ot'
Oats, Tru&k Trifelfng Btgs.
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THE, BEST ST0CK
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.ifj-iJ M 3JiRi ,3fl3KWYS3V3 QiO,' j
' ' ttiqitKrrf .lAtaK-i- 1km iroiisxa '
They aLw keep MUesV&ui BoibYook ' .ud
lom'm, and other best bnods diiits nad 4ere
tt JUller, tcCullough fgGat)and
Miles' hand-made Boots aad Sboeszl Atea : :
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" Cafrsture before "buying. '"Orders nave personal
, April 9, 1879. PEGBAM & CO.
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THE LARGEST STOCK KVER EXHIBITED IN
This stock' of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Ac
embraces erery grade, and will be. sold as cheap
as tbe same. Hoods can be sold by any boose in
tbe SOOth. ' , . ' ' -:
will do -well to call .and examine this stock, as
It Is especially adapted to the trade of North and
Sooth Carolina, and will be sold at wholesale or
retail on most reasonable terms.
A 1 iv, t. i' , .
To Charlotte are tatted to call and examine our
stock, as they will find Jtmost complete' Ineferj
respect, and cheapethan ever before,
W.& FORBES, Agent,
Smttb, Forbes' Old Stand, Trade St.
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B. A. W. ALSXANDEB,
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. y OFFICE OVEB L. B. WRISTON GO'S h ;
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i Pro PTOWL ir t-, .rj .V, I
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With 25 ream? experience I guarantee enOrs
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bailiA4Jijo-j .bjt.K.-diulnist ,BsfiaeooI ftid! ill , its . Vdl W bltfci ,itJ ni ff' 1,k.U iuiw.,- i!S J f;-.t
Foldie Mfsattdl alf .fat'g fo'rta ans-'wnlch1 I tJfop ttf sell cheaper than
fKi'$S6fiM2f8n? iw1aS same in the fotumv.l.r. -tV-
.mimteils4fl U hes'peetffillt i vi wonil i'liob '.'.:'' " ' !lt.r': ;"" .J1 u
Utsi'xsnioiisarijjworaW ! l oo 1k)7i1 yif ifdw ,wni Mol iwdl Mk CMU l'x!il,f'! '"t '1,!'iftU
1 1 till
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Ion iIdj:uOKi ii t; Jui iU a 11
ut er.'ti 1 nji ljofiiwa ji-,bir.,
iresh andjaewil tm pceaoed to offer to; the trade a line of the pestgpoda,
to' nlyj14 friends thftfc t tai toOwi-staying
you; goods in wat iinetftyour satistacuoo, i -; t.
Mil f tl Hoot . liiftl kx'r't
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...i..f r ' . . r ' r .u ym-.i-n .li.i.i j i i.i-i ,i
id flifil I-ilii Liwd fciif 'Ttrv A:BBTIFITi:1lbil ttn .
BLACK AfJD COLORED BUNTINGS r,
j -jui - 'tADIXS SILK
1. ." yn -iiiliijl. bii)
Z'?Zti UNLAUNDKIED SHIRT
; f!7 .ivif-Jliiii- i"! is- CiJ-.hi lifi .-. .'t-M-. ''" 1 '! i -
id u ;4 nice line ofCASSIMERES at greatly reduced prices. , .
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i uiuiTFcrunyn uimiiiif
iuubssi goods,,;,, , .' .;
3 ,1 TBIUMlJICfcg, - - ; ;
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wtrir tM manr aaita
. . 'wntAPs,- ,.
; .; WAUTK OOOP8,
; BUTTONS, . .
'' " ; '": '" BAHBTTBfiS,
8B3M BHAIP, '
SEW use SILK,
', u , , raiNGKS, "
' ' HEEJDXES.
PAHCY GOODS, .
Aavyrmvng . varas.
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
This tine beins; fatty equipped for business,
Freight from ,
Wilmington and all Northern arid Eastern Cities to
, . Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations
..' ' Atlantic, Tennessee St Ohio,
As well as points In Georgia
Insurance and Bates guaranteed as Low as
' F. W. CLARK, v'.; 'V
Gen. Freight Agent, ' Wllinlngton, N. C
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aeptSO 1 : . - .!;; irr ' s;.'
Ahead ! ahead !
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tLL who "'ift, to, Joy Ljjunrtes acknowledge
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that -'PERRY S" Is the place to get the best His
stock of Coniyaai tuaortn&dnf olf Crao'xers Iwyi
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neVr been equalled in this section, whilst Oranges,
1,1 .ii'. fi .J -'if...i iij tt Hit. It U'.'t r.t
Apples. Bananas, Ac. are yery line. . ,
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I Smokers should call and try bis new fire cent
N ttHoosekeepers will find Crackers a great
tii V, .-i';,.:;-. . .'j .iriv ti"f.j;
Tea Table Luxury. Fresh and Crisp.
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V UU MARSHALL . " $2.00
-JB 1 E H o u ' I -E '
.t ,'i''1 -.Vl ' , .V. i. ,
i i"i;a A, B. mux. Proprietor, v 1
Reduced rate $2.00 and $2X0, according to teca-
.-nTf. ;;.,tloriolBobm. lo j
M. L. HARNETT, Clerk;iate of Planter HoteL
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wih Mn Moyer, and eei satisfied that
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RES S GOO DS n
SCARES; iCTC. ETC. ;
ir'ir '''' ';'iLEXANDER aharbis.:
. mi Jfc. m r u i -Tm
ta - prmrr lun'Mum ' " :
. f Efad for' Samp or'iiorTnaiii and
saiisfy jntrself -io& cheaply and quickly
DHY GOODS AND UOTlOriS
of us ly Mail or J&pressi xttye tarry' an
average stock of about $100,000 'hU bought
lbr prompt cash. WSfTry us. '' ;
the Utildren send for a set of our
COOPER A CONARD,
importers and' Retailero,
1; PHILADELPHIA, PA.
EstabBshed 18GA : . . ' , " .
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH. . '
offers anequaUed facilities for tbe TransporUoo of
Charlotte, StatesvOle, Asberllle, Butberforotoo
on the Atlanta A Richmond Alr-Llne.
and Western N. C Railroads,
Alabama and Mississippi.
ria any Competing Line, and Time as Quick.
upon application to
I T. T. SMITH,
Agent C. a Railway, Charlotte.
: WBOLSSAUI AMD RETAIL
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GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTKT PRoSTOe
Keep constantly on hand .
FRESH XGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUB-
XEXS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP
' PLES, DRIED FRUITS, Ac, ; : '- -
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X ":-Hi:i iumin Bealeis in'.: ',
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RAMSOUB ft BONNIWELL'S and A. L. SHU-
.1: ' FORD'S rarlous bmnda of FLOUR,' r -l
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. also, PBOPBmoBS or TBS r, r
, CHABLOTTE, N.C
This bouse has been refitted and newly furnished,
, , and i kept to fu-stlass style.. J . . -
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TermajPerDay ....I .w...iIfc.U.J.fc.fc'i f 2 00
Id z i -.-"C: ?; -p -
Great mdneementg'offefed to table beold
r; or terms see the proprietor.;- tj; j
'tSTOinnlbos and r--es at erery tralrLcl
FIELD EI?0THE3. . ; .i :..T.-.r::. . ..Proprietors.
Mr. H. S." Wiuom fc Ladt, .". . . .'. n Soperuuendents.
lit Springs, of this city, and Mr; B, ,C,
'&r"6nBW JJLCKSOXlU BXST'JSWEETjrAIT
per montn, . , 0i '
yesteraay, . .'-.-: , - - - .
."vy"" ox jjiucomvon, .. ,t .