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Tli following table shows the running of passen
Mr trains to and trom Charlotte, on all the rail
roads (Washington time): -
Arrives from Richmond and Goldsboro, 1.00 a. m.
Leaves tor " , . ----,- ' -au a. m, L
Arrives from Richmond, ,10.60 a. m. B
Leaves wr . jw.wv.ui.
AXLANTA CHAJUjOTTO AXB-LnTR.
Arrives from Atlanta,. . .'-."-.-.'-. . . . . j.. 8.20 a. m.
Leaves for Atlanta, . , 1 .06 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta...... ....... ; 6.60 p.m.
Leaves tor Atlanta, . . 10.50 a. m.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A ATGUST A.:
Arrives from Augusta,". .. Xpti$y 18.10 a. m.
Arrives from Augusta,
Leaves lor Augusta,
, t OABOLUfA CKHTBAL.
Arrives from Wilmington,. .....
Leaves for Wilmington,..
Arrives from Shelby. i i i j . . . ;i .
imim far Shelbv.Jii -......-..'.. ....a.
17.29 p. m.
f B.00 a. m.
rftilO n. m
A rrlves from Statesville,,,. r. , . h m - 45-80 p. m.
leaves for 8tateevUle,4. i .!.... .7.00 a. m
j ( 4FriHKB8. ( J gtf
! ' OPENS. jtXiOBES.
Money Order Peivutment, . . ft.00 a. m. 5,5)00 p. m.
Keglstry Department,,., .,-,9-OQ a. mjrS.00 p. ra
tten'! Deliv'y Stamp Dpt:..&00 aj m J 6.00 p. m.
. &80 pirn.! 8.45 p.m.
r On Bilndats the General Delivery asd Stamp
Department will be open trom U.00. aa to 10.00
a. m. "' jr S - . .
OnHTNG AND ClXJSraG Or fcAJL :
OPENS. , CLOSES.
DanvlHe & Charlotte R. R..V 8.00 a. mJt ftOO p. m,
" 11:1ft a. mi 600 p. m.
Charlotte ft Atlanta R. R.;: 8.00 a. m.3 9,00 p. m.
ft Augusta It. R.,., V8.80 p. m. mOO a. m.
Wllni'n Charlotte R. R.,. 8,80 p. m. 53D0 a. m.
Charlotte ft Shelby It. R... ' 5.30 p. m. 6.00 a. m.
ft Statesville B.S0 p. m. tt.O0 a. m.
Beattle's Ford, (horse route,) Mondays at
5.00 p. m., and' Tuesdays at 8.00 a. rn. t
PT" Yorkvllle, (horse route,) Thursday t at 6.00
p. nr. , and Fridays at 7.00 a, m. '
W. W. JENKINS, P, M.-
Office Chief Signal OfficJ,
Washington, May 19, 1 30 ?m.
For the South, Atlantic and East Gulf
States, lower or nearly stationary pres
sure, light to fresh variable wftis and
partly cloudy weather are "probable
with occasional rains in former.",
Local Report for Yesterday
7 A.M. I2P.HJ9P.M
tflnd Direction,. . . . ,
.. 2 s
Highest temperature 78 deg.; lowest rf
Ji4ex t New AdrertleineiiM
.. : f
JJcSmlth Music House, Charlotte, N. C '
t. C. Smith Drugs,' Ac -
Bomll ft Co New Advertisement f
fio.vi n PENCiuaiusi.
Invitiitloiis Lo the ball to-nur
Hie iostorlice. f
The Eav Tenipleton Alliance at
opera house to-night.
Yesterday afternoon trains brouglrt
In some visitors to the celebration. The
crowd will come in about 9.30 this
The'sum of 85 was collected in the
mayor's courtvesterday, morning, from
negro named AVilliama, -convicted of
maltreating his wifejv '
CoL Thomas haa Whdly'consented lo
(Open - the iustitute to thetT?wl that
will be collected on the grounds to-day,
In case of a fihpwer of rain'JvJ;
The banks will all be closed to-lay
but the stores will be kept open for the
benefit of the excursionists and visitors
who xiay wish to combine a little busi-H
ness with their pleasure. . , L
The German service conducted in the
Lutheran church by Rev. Mr. Beahm,
Sunday afternoon, was largely attended
and proved quite interesting to marly
who could not understand a -word of
what was said,,
The5roung Men's Christian Associa
tion oftharlotte will not be represent
ed at.'ibe national convention. The
delegate are Cant A. G. Brenizer and
Mr. Tbos. M. JUttnjan, rfeutr neither qL
iliem will be able to attend, n C
The7 StaUi Mdieal Society 'toeets in
Croanaitfirn fwlav. Dr. Jo Grah&in and
Dr. Sif Jones left the 'city last nightT
to auanrx vxne-larger wuir ue exaiu
medvtor a. iiQeoaiei. 0ther representa-,
tivesrof t!w Jrof ej5sion:ln' Charlotte will
probably go 4oiinte?j-
The i veryiasr oifHne Hornets came
back, J from Columbia? or; from some
where down that rway, yesterday J The
others had exhaosteA their -vocabnlary
in efforts to findf words ttprexiMress the
clevern ess arid hospitality, of, ,. the Co
lumbia boy's long before he arrived.
Catholic BUbop of Worib Carolina.
It la announced that a. consistory ; of
Catholic bishops of tther arohdlbceae of
Baltimore wiU. assemble; in.f.tuat city
May 28tlv to nominate three names,
winch will be sent to ;Rome foT the ap
yoint merit ,of either. ,bishog :otf Vicar
jqiostolic of Jforth C aroliria, by Pope
We' are. inexpressibly - ghocked .- and
grieved to learn that last night about
1 1 o'clock-Mr; Frank ;VViIsc .,W as
found dea& pn tUe floor ofi room at
tlie residence of his father. Mr. Jos, 11.
Wilson. ' The physician' have1 riot f yet
determined the cause of his( detM, and
up to the time of : this -writing is a
u rofbund, mystery. -,if -'Uiui -'-A
Cbarlotu,n4 bo CrcU Court
Information wa? xeceived here yes
terday f rom' Congressman' Steele- that
Congressman' O'Connor, of South Caro
lina, has introduced in-the Honseja bill
providing for sessions' of the united
states Circuit Courts at different places)
Charlotte not being ...in .the JisU Mr.
Steele desired to kno Wnat the bar of
mutter,, ani . at.ameeting of the bar,
lie U-vaitirdam bltterndotK atesolution
wa adopted- rai uw tin g ' rfrpresentai
.- - i 4 I - . ' 19- T J- " -f-.- j . i.
-siflrns Bf tlrti Xjircmt MR r v
A young man in this city lias suffered, !
at different" times, for years with, an
affection of the ear. Some days ago lie
next dav his ears became more painful
than they had ever been before, and be
gan .to Weed quite JprbfuSely.'I Dr.
O'Donoughue was sent for and applied
the usual remedies, for the alleviation
of the pain. On the following day 4the
ear dischargea twenty-five or1' thirty
small wormg,Si which resembled the
tome of the greenfly ,:Thesere not
un frequently found in , wounds which
have been boserl'rMf never before, so
: f r a the' knowledge of n the"hjslcian
goes. in the '.'i'''The'iaeSti6ij ' Uteto
they the tar&z of ihe fly or .worms from
the corn ? Those who have seen thtthv
are of the. pir4orjr,'thatr'they;,arg .the.
former; i33x ' one Jv able it determine,
hoMrthey got there. Thetatfe isaeiitl'
fa a vsiuable remedr lor Dyspepsia, Sic He&V;
Jtcne, xorpld raver, and suenllita diseases we can
recommend Dr. Bull's Baltimore PiUs. . They are
for sale by all druggists, l'rice only 25 cents; . . ,
went out oivra-fishing expedition and 4
slept one night in a mill, lying on! bsteiA
of corn. . On - his 1 return to the city the I
" -: vss.iW;.iiw;.!.5f,
l'roceedlnr Uio Hloetias; Tosterday
rue board of aldermen met yesterday
afternoon, present: His - Honor th
3iayor nd Aldermen Scott, RigletV
Butler, Gordon, - Dowd. Maxwell and
AVittkowskV. ' ! nw.tf
Tlie minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
The mayor called un the unfinfr
business of the last meetiner. this bem?
Aldennan MaxwelC Mipttoii to givtUie
cuy marsimi tind each policeman a nni-.
Alderman Wittkowsky moved to4n
definitely postpone, which motion did
not prevail. -
Alderman Wittkowsky then motedV
to amend by providing that the uni-
form consist of badge, hat and belt
AldeTraaa iftjfilfylseorithfe ; post:
IWircatidn Ana bras fol-
Alderman Schenck on -the
Alderman Schenck moved to inost"
pone until the. first regular meetipgin
September, which motion failed, i ... (
Then, after discussion by Aldermen.
"Wittkowsky, Gordon, Grier, Garibaldi
midSchencky the motion t.-of Aldertriart '
Maxwell, as originally made, was put
and lost, the vote being a tie and the
mayor giving the deciding vote. w :
The mayor" explained that he did net j
see tne necessity for making the appror
priation at present, as it may not., be
needed before September.
Alderman Grier moved that the may
or (as chairman) and Aldermen Dowd
be added to the, finance. s committee.
Alderman Dowd by request was ex-!
cused' from' service On the cemetery
committee, and Alderman Scott Was
appointed in his stead. . .
Alderman Maxwell, from the sanita
ry committee, recommended that a reg
ular policeman be detailed forsanitarv
police duty instead of appointing an
in, and that the policeman "be
from night duty in the meanrr
On motion of Alderman Dowd the
report of the committee was adopted.
A motion of Alderman Wittkowsky
that the policemen be rotated in the
sanitary work was, after discussion,
, Alderman Wittkowsky moved that
two kerosene lamps be placed on Sev
enth street between Church and Gra
ham. Adopted.'' ' '
Alderman Schenck moved that three
additional kerosene lamps be put up in
Second ward one at the railroad
bridge on Morehead street, one at the
colored Baptist church, and one at the
crossing of the Charlotte, Columbia &
Augusta Railroad, near Mr. Glavin's
property. Agreed to. -,
Alderman Gordgu. moved thajt gas
lamps be plaeedoBjCiui'ch itveet'from
Trade to Morehead.
ldennan Garibaldi moved to amend
by tifldnt6et-fMbreliead" and insert
ing "colored Baptist church."
On motion of Alderman Dowd the
whole matter was referred to the street
committee, with instructions to see if
lamps are not needed in other parts of
the city, and to take into consideration
the expense, &c.
Alderman Scott moved that the board
fix thd salary of th(j cottonjteigir and
othei officers at "the 'cotton platform,
and the motion having been agreed to,
Alderjuab. . Gjotdufa moved that the,
salary of the cotton weigher be left-at"
the price fixed for last year.
Alderman Dowd moved that it be
S750 per year.
Alderman Schenck moved $75 per
month without the samples.
Alderman Wittkowsky moved $900
per year and that the weigher be in-
and as an extra uoliceman. Carried, e
It was further moved and
.that tlie assistanT weigber,bei paid $50
pW tndnib, Kvlrile serving; and "also be
invested with ponce powers.
The same salary and authority were
voted the inspector.
. On motion ,of . Alderman, Scott the
vote as to- tlieiw0igher salary was re
considered and he was voted &7o per
month and no samples, and invested
with the aiithority'of a policeman.
On motion of Alderman Dowd a com
mittee of three was raised to examine
and report as to the matter of samples.
Tha mayor-appointed as such commits
tee Aldermen Dowd, Smith and Ward.
On motion of" Alderman fcjcoxt the
olatform was fixed at S35 per month.
jpdermart Sbotl rddVoi tfil thB cot-toirweigherbe-
empoVered b employ
force as he needs it
- Alderman owd rooted as a substi
tute, thaV a standins; committee be ap
pointed to report to the board from
time to time 'What is necessary in
connection with, the, weighing of cot
tori, arid is. i vhtimDlayes.are neces
sary at the platform, &c. Adopted. The
mayor appointed as such committee
Aldermen Dowd, Ward and Smith.
On motion of Alderman Maxwell the
election of cotton weigher was gone
into and J. W. Sprinkle w'as' te-elected
On motion of Alderman Schenck the.
weigher wras allowed to make recom'
mendations. as, to Jus assistants.
The election of inspector was, then,
on motion of Alderman Scott, gone
into. GI' M. Phif er received 5 votes and
W. M. Stitt 7, and the latter was de
tin mninn nf A Id fir man Wittkowskv
'ttie bond of the cotton weigher was?
fixed at the same figures as last year,
and on motion of Alderman Scott the
bond of the inspector was fixed at $500.
On m6ti6ii of Alderman Wittkowsky
the street commissioner was invested
WOntiino?dinlaJ Grier T. F
Holton was appointed city bill poster.
The board adjourned.
e'f oiowing case3 were disposed ofi
State vs."Robt Ramsay . a4. ff hopaaa
Gray, assault and battery ; Ramsay iub-
mitted ana ptna ineHJOst, uray not ap
.peariBfcVj,,, joriiiPUTA5 '
And adultervz not BmMuino .Jshqw i.mT Mr
State vs. iewsa, coiorea, larceny
fined 010 and cost: Jonn anaomm,
fifafo xrsnTMiT!hT4vi fnlored. remov-.
inir croDeuuty wag"it not yewta
Carven and J. W. Bullard, assault ahf;
.Tustice.Waringof the Inferior Court,
in his charge to the' grand., jury yester
day, commended the action of the Leg
islature m extendirithe-'jurisdiction of
majristrates. to which there has been
consifcU -r.able Ab jectlonf JthYfiMghotit the
State, lie takes the grouna, However;
that act "about the: meaning of
"theth' ftfihl 1urfsdi5tion over ail offenses
rwhich aioe "under their Brflietionibe-
jore, witUrno pwicwuuiLui. j-yiwuttvu
'khtt'MmtenVmaer the OldlaW'a maa
tried before a magistrate Jmd-ptCvhthedy
could be again tried by.b,ehighercoUrt
rirdvidethQ grand at.fltf trW a
bill of indictment against him rand such
ases nave irequeuny uuuiuicu'
Pros nun me for the Observance off the
UMiSiiiAS AiOJiJSMrwVl r j; ,
1-tX viO eft "'
Ringing of the .-Bells and riring Sa-
trr flutes aifcunnsei sjsj
tin procession will be formed on
north Tryonstreetj .withrjightrresting
on Sixth street-at 10 o'clock a. m. The
procession .will: movepromptly at 103d
otl6ek a.umi nd wilf marchthrough
Tryon street to-the grounds of ; the Car
olina Military Institute in the- f olio w-
j.-Cadets of Carolina Military Institute.
... Hornets' Nest Riflemenl
' Charlotte Grays.. . riii ,!
Polk Rifles. :,;
: f Gbvernor and Staffs &
Chaplain, Orators, .Mayor and. Invited
1 .. .Guests.-:-.' - - - ...s ,
' Hornet Stearn.I'ire Company.
Independent Hook & Iiadder Company.
a at a i Continental Battalionva
Citizens. Ar i :..,:
y- -Order of Exercises at the Stand:
' !"'- -' -Prayet by ' l' . '
V'-ltey: EJ .IaTdinlg. of CMrlbtte.
Reading of t the Mecklentmrg Declara-
tion"of Independence by
G6il.! John A. Young.
" Oration by ; - 71
.-, non. Win.M, Robbinsrof Statesville,
' Bendiction: J ' ;" ;-
At the close of the exercises the pro
cession will return bv;Trvon street to
the Sqnare. wbere it will disband.
-"t; .--- '- ' T-r V t - - 1
; , ..... . .iJfV..JONJ2S,4U.arsnai,
FIKKMT2N'jAND CONTINENTAIJS'r'AI? ADE
Order Of ' Marcli : ;.!
The columh,' wifl form, on Trade
street, bevond ChnrRh. at 0 o'clock jfl
m.,and will move down Church street te
Second, thence to College, througn QoWl
x ' rrt-i '" i m -i I
leue to a raua as ain, mence aown xraae
to C down C to Seventh, up Seventh to
accoraing to positions assigned them,
at 10 o'clockmv
Officers of ; the Department. r
3oki a TDaedder Com pan
mayprmna jioara soES-iaer men.
' tlpentals. v
,TT A. Bixby,
J, A, Young, Jr.
General Notes and Announcements.
- There will be no sleeping after sun
rise this morning Mackey's little joker
willbe kept hot firing salutes; ..The name
of this gun, by the way, is Reform."
Gov. Jarvis, who is expected this
mo.ining-,,will .take rooms 1 at the Cen
tral ilbtel,iand Irbt ti a 'private resi
dence, as has heretofore been an
nounced. : ' ' ; ' '' -
The various excui-sion trains to ar
rive iri the city this morning will ar
rive between the hours of 9 and 10 and
leave late in the afternoon
The Continentals will remember that
they are to meet and form at the fair
grounds. They will march' directly to
the public square and take their places
in the. procession. The review by Gen.
JtTer vf it ke pac.ejaftf tlje)s!peaking.
Adjutant General Jones will not in
spect1 the military companies to-day,
but it is likely that there 'wilt be a re
view of the troops at the Carolina Mili
tary Institute immediately after the
Maj. Robbins, the speaker of the day,
arnvea yesterday atternoon ana is
quartered at the Central HoteL"
J '& Thft nommittpfi of rwmiHAn arp. nr-
i 4. iLi.
at 4) o clock, promptly, at the office of
Gen. John A. Young, for the arrange
ment of pressing business.
A feature or tne procession ; to-aay
will be a company of twentv-five little
bovs in uniform. . . ......
The Concord band .arrived Jast rfight,
tiaving come across the country m
their band wagon. The band were
received; ,'at. the j Pioneer hall in
an address by 2 Mr. P. B. Alexan
der, which , was responded to by
Capt John Woodhouse. Refreshments
were -then partaken of and the band
proceeded to the resioence.ot: Ma. vv,
W, Flemming and serenaded him, stop
ping on their return up street and pay
ing TfrtF ObsJivr, pfllce a similar
The Statesville band will come in
this morning on the excursion train.
College Commencements and School
The annual sermon before the stu-
dents of the Catawba" High School, at
Newton, was to have been delivered at
114. P. m., last night bv Kev. A. W. Mil
ler, D.'Dxjt this ity; "The lrterary ad
dress will be delivered by Hon. Kobtk'
P, Dick, of Greensboro, to-day at 2W pki
m. The!elosiftg'eieci9es Of the schooi
will take . Dlace , at the academy this
evening at 1t o'clock. 4 .
ii x uommencement! ot ' ureensooro "i e
male5 College Iay"28th and 29th. -. The
literary.. address .will be.delivered- by
Hon. Walter L. Steele, of Rockingham,
member of Congress, and the annual
sermon bv Rev. John E. Edwards. D.
of Richmond, 'v'al.j.jrhe. ,c6mmence-
ment wiu close vita grana ; concert
.; State Commissioner of Airiculiura
at Cool Springs, Iredell" cotrflty; on the
23d,ina.t The eercwejof Cool-Springs
Acaoemy i ciose inat aay wre picnic.
W. ; HReidEsrL. W
also make adsfe:
Mininr News and Notes
. JT : 1 t, 1 -4i'r4k T-i 1 hi - " t'
very iniTJOTiant sai oi ' rne mosfc
noted rieee ot mininr Dronertv 'ifi thi
immediate section pL the State is about
to be consummated, i ne sale does not
emtirace the entire, propertv but a cdn
t. as sc
As soon as the
papers are niaa up rui particulars; wj.ii
Muhty, : one oc.she largest: rand - best
mines in the State, has just:DeW,Sqld
to Kew York parties. .Tbe .price givph1
for thenrlne has hot Tbeen made nublic.
butlhe sale is ,saiditO:beiUiext ;tothe
Jacgest ever xriade'in ohpa'rdKiia.s
i t'WMImW&atiimt amaMermmhff:
froni the Silver HiU mine, was ttt have
eeri vlVBMy&mdffitfbt ; betw;6etif
srnfew days as
nfdf.m in thin hitv
tnrato..G&. havinsr been mailed as third.
-4efaM-uiatU;i that mommgranrrthg-boP-
lioaafaTla and theiaratfmt, fSO
retiirnMiOTacooche the following day
the only cost to the drfer beiBiafew
. i . a. i iwi,:v
cents ior mail - inuisuuriuuu. xuu
is one of tbe, benefits conferred upon
ine 'jMiamio tjkjiu xei uy mo tuuiiau
ment 'of the assay offlce and Dnitfed
of South Carolina and Georgia aregi
ninsr to see the advantages of it. and, as
a conseqiuehce1 Xm7 bsines.ofvtbet. otA
that the ordinary cosmetics used la
ladles are productive 01 great miscaiei.: pe
to use. soma good
ue great Southern
Remedy, which cleanses the Wood and gives per
manent Beauty to the skin. V
received . afeihejassay't'
from Kacoochee. Hall I . ' :
The m.yfjfJCfiam of OCflcere. ;
- At a regular meeting of the Hornets
lest -RinmeJiheld tidght, the
present officers were re-el ecteaf or the
ensuing year, as follows:, - i
Captam & & Pegram, '
. jlst Ideut J. G. Young, H
c 2nd Lieut-A. L. Smith. ? f
3rd LieutG. H. Brockenbrougb,
Sec. and Treas. S. O. Smith. . K
.(W, M. ,Wolfe .was. elecated collector,
and the iantain,sabsenHPJitW- rH-aii-
pointedOWi Badger orderly sergeant
feeling speech returned his thanks 84M tl
iue company ior tne compliment paia
him? and after -this he was presented;
by Sergeant Coleman, in behalf ot
daughter of an old member of the Rifle
men, a handsome bouquet, -'the -"receipt
Of whmW5heaeknowledPHT"WTr.h manv
1 ! A eommittee was annointm to draft
resolutions of thanks to the Obvernor'rfi " f s
GuardsT of Columbia, the Richiaad.fi 5 I J
er organization MM ijlviduuls, for
courtesies andMxfliKisehlcli served
to render theTecent trip to Columbia
so pleasant an occasion to the company
The TTleudeltieohnK JLat Night.
Perhaps not before this season has a
finer audKiieai fSSemblldmt the opera
house tbjft gtteo laciMendelssohn
QuintefcCeiBW fetiagltiWith the ma
jority of them it was like a meeting
between old friends. The six pleasant
looking gentlemen who compose the
oldest and most noted musical combina
tion in Boston, and the refined and cul
tured MrKnov4eswere there just as
theyja jMarefiaft Jf ebruary. The audi
ene kwatf Jhaiiad o a degree which
atnfmrlteor M6 enthusiasm. There was
no room for criticism. If one were ask
ed to mention the gem of the evening
he would recall Mrs. Knowles' song.
Iiove," Edward Heindjs
MThe Wind," Hennig's
e,ana Fieyei s hymn witn varia
tions, violin quartette, without being
able to decide which was the most
charming. Listemann's manipulation
of the violin excited wonder and admi
ration. If there were some present who
could not enter fully into the spirit Of
thftciassuynnsic. there werenon there
Who? could i fail t$ appreciate the
wdaetfUlharjnlny5 The IubJseems
to have Mttbrbtea. Mrs. Knowles was
l4uqcbrilb "llarketfclWI sung
with aeiigntiui expression. The enter
tainment was delightful in all respects,
and the pleasure of the audience was
Note from Columbia.
Our Columbia cQi'r,espondedtl writes
'undet dat0 jof yesterday, as follows :
Our recent Charlotte visitors were
enabled by the enterprise of The Ob
server to read their morning's paper
for breakfast one hundred smd ten
miles from home.'
'Mrs. Knowles !of . Uie - Mendelssolin
Quintette Club was paid the high com
pliment of.a;unanimous election tohon?
orary membership in the Richland Vol
unteer Rifle Company, Oniher arrival
she was tendered an escort from the
depot and was the recipient of a grand
miiitary .Cand flora)) oration ;'at.. her ap
apearanee on theatage in the evening. l
The. Fay , Tempetori troupe had a
crowded house on the night of their
'performance here. The acting was good,
anoTfhepostumes superb airy nothings.
There (was aot'a solitary accident or
mishap on our streets on the day of the
Among the numbers who will attend
from here -the celebration on the 20th
are many who desire to make personal
observation ,in Mecklenburg county
witnregaid to sthe advantage of a stock
law, and the claim of its friends that it
is a new declaration of independence
from a pitiable and ignominious thral
dom. Attention Continental.
Headquarters, Charlotte, )
May 17th, 1870. )
General Order No. 4. -
Xon are hereby ordered to . assemble
at the Carolina fait grounds this morn
ing, the 20th May, at 9 o'clock, prompt
ly for parade. Wigs will be. issued by
the 'quartermaster general on the
grounds. By order of
Chief bf Staff.- '
JR. J. H. McADEN,
DRUGGET AMD CBSMIST,
i iJSgm offers to the tcuto .-.a full stock ol
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Lnftin's ijilrafiH and Colognes,
:l- ''- American Tooth Bruslies
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.arefuii prepared at- all Itpun, both nlghk and
day at ' u.-'i,
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West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil. from C. West k
.iBTghest Medal aWada"ttMteiirilal Exposition.
Crystal Oil Works, Canton. Warranted to stand a
fire test ot 110 degrees Fahrenheit before It 'will
bum.' CI West 4 Soria, Baltimore:: .. wvt j
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tsa;iua Dfc h.thoaben; soiff Agent; 1
- - CHARLOTTE, N. C. -
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Ilaving opened aSlioe Store with everything fresh and new
Porjladies Mfese and Children, and a
ever onereo: in this market. Thanking
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with an experience of ten years in the
Sairts and Imuue.
PEGRAM & CCL
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. .- 1 si National Bank Bufldlng,
' CHARLOTTE, N. C,
Have npw ln store a nice and complete .' lock of
Hats, Trunks & Traveling Bags
Witn them you can find
THE BEST STOCK
Celebrated Ladles', Misses' and Children's Shoes
They also keep Miles', Burt's, Holbrook 4 Lud
low's, and othetbest brands. Gents will find there
the Miller, McCuhough & Ober, . Canlleld, and
Miles' hand-made Boots and Shoes. Also
HE. CELEBRATED UK D PpPPL ATI
Call sure before buying,
April ft, 1879. .
Onlers have personal
PEGRAM & CO.
SPUING STYLES !
THE LARGEST STOCK EVER EXHIBITED
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This stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c,
embraces every rade,- and will be sold as cheap
as the sama Uoodscan be sold by any house la
Will do well to call .and examine this stock, aa
it is especially adapted to the trade of North and"
Soutn Carolina, aBdwHt he sold at wholesale ot
retail on most reasonable teems.
To Charlotte are Invited to 'can' and examine
tt-mBrwatTKTBtg"Trt-Sar; u Ukuin aiuuuoiu. un ous win uvneu lo
ir TOOK complete in every, . mrmW nt anea to thA nnfrslfmwl At ttharlnttA TSf
respect dad cfteJgr;titovef before.
- -W; S. FORBES, Agent, - 4
a SHiHh Forbes Old Stand, Trade St iU;
DR. A. W. ALEXANDER,
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- with 25 yeaw experience
wpertence I gaarantee.entlrt
I am prepared to
full llWbtthe best goods for Men and
my friends for past patronage, I trust to merit the same in the future,
Trade Street, next door to Kyle & Hammond s Hard ivare Store.
to my old friends that I am' now staying with Mr. Mover! and feel satisfied that
Shoe and Hat business, I can sell you goods in that line to your satisfaction. .
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It gives us pleasure to state that our business this season thus far has exceeded our most sanguine
expectations, and now, with our present facilities, having a resident buyer In New York, we are prepar
ed to offer Inducements In every department of our business.
IN OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are displaying elegant lines of colored and black Silk Grenadines, black and colored Buntings In
plain and lace stripe, French Organdies. Linen Lawns, Henrietta Cloths, black and colored Cashmeres,
Tamise. Australian Crepes and Silk Chaleys, all ofThe latest and newest designs. This department is
AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is replete. Call for anything you want in this line; we have It. We make a specialty of Ladles' and
Misses' Cuffs, Collars. Gauze Shirts, Half Hose, colored and plain, and other articles too numerous to
mention. We are offering a nice line of Cassimeres. Cottohades, etc, at greaUy reduced prices. We
have an endless variety of Buttons. Fans of all kinds, from 5 cents to five dollars. Our stock of Para
sols is complete. Ask for Hamburg Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons, Corsets, Lace and Silk Scarfs, etc.
n4INF uiiun.i, mui-
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Girls' and Boys' Sulta,
FANCY GOODS, Ac
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
1 This Line being fully equipped for business,
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Wilmington and all Northern and Eastern Cities to
Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations
Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio,
As well as points in Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as
Gen. Freight Agent, Wilmbgton, N. C.
This magnificent brand of Cigars has lust been
received, and-all who have tried it say It is the
TheyliaVe eyer seea in Charlotte. Sold only at
i tag Iron.' 'Saves the expense of fuel and these
vere task ot. standing over a hot are on ironing
l days.. i r.-.-rr, )( , , ! j .,' :.!(: 1
This Iron heats ltselT, and will save its worth in
' wood consiimed rindeT the old process In a short
1 1 time, to say nothing of the health of those who do
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:' We are the agents for the State of North Caroli
- " 1 tiSi and wetaopose to commence the sale of It in
Mecklenburg, Gaeton and Lincoln counties at
. , pnoa, Any one irlahlng to purchase, the right to
. . EvH. NEWCOMER, 1." Ato
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4 Mayl&V 18te-d3my.. ., ,u -.vi- ).-.tty; ;
MARSHALL. ; -J-i
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.; . , i 1 j
' --feW'ti - ! -'-i - r ii $voa?- i-Ui'Jtt j f
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Reduced rate-$2.00 and $2,0, according to toea
'I UonbfRoom. - - -
M.-L. HARNETT, Clerk, late of Plan tm rioted
offer to the trade a line of the best goods,
Boys, which I propose to sell cheaper than
J. Mc. ALEXANDER.
ALEXANDER ft HARRIS.
SO SIMPLE K
Send for -Samples or information, and
satisfy yourself how cheaply and quickly
you can get everything in
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
of us by Mail or Express. We carry an
averaae stock of about $100,000. all bought
cash. STry .
Have trie Lhitdren send for a set of our
COOPER s CONARD.
Importers and Retailers,
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
offers unequalled faculties for the Transportion of
Charlotte, Statesville, Ashevllle, Rutherfordton
on the Atlanta 4 Richmond Alr-Llne,
and Western N. C Railroads,
Alabama and Mississippi.
via any Competing Line, and Time as Quick.
upon application to.
T. T. SMITH,
Agent a C. Railway, Charlotte.
WHOLKSALX AXO HKTAIL.
GROCERS and DEALERS In COUNTRY PRODUCE
Keep constantly on band
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE, JR13S POTATOES, APt
, PES, rRTEri FRUITS, Ac
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):...-,:'- ' Exclusive abaters m
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EAMSOUR 4 BONNJWELL'S and X L. BIIU
j i FORD'S various brands of FLOUR, i
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AIi, PRO! BIETOHS OF THs; '.
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This honse has beea refitted and newly furnished.
-i and Is kept la first class style, ;!.',
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' t9 Great Inducements offered to table, board
ers; for terms see the proprietor. J
y iCmnlbaa and Carriages at every traln.EI
FIELD BROTHERS........ Proprietors.
Mr. H. a Wilson IiADr,.x. v:?.SuperliUendenU.
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