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THUltSDAV, JUXE Mft.
i.j tf IrfH .T.iiA
tm wnowiftk M hws Cb
initrtiinia fill to
from Onartoae; eo aft tbe ntr
IMr tnrinsto ani
roads (W MMUgura nine;: i
Arties trota Rlohm6ad and GfelUaboro, 1240 a. m.
Leaves for . . ' - vs JM a. m,
bom'AOantay a. m.
Leaves lor AUantar,-4O.,Wjf)..4Hilt40 a. m.
iniyetfioni AUanta,... ....... rt.40p.n
Imm loi:4ttoti-.c!H4.:..- 11.12 a. m.
CmAWXTTTK, OOUntBIA A AVOPBTA.
Arrives trom'Attfusta,.. .'.'.H....iy.' &) p. j
Leaves fJolaWa,,,,,, -..lR P. m.
nimiit'i..X.Uft4ft.25 p. m.
A rri ves from Statesville, 8.00 p.
Leave tor Otalegytttog-.i j.v.U .S.00 a
- opxm. - cixxuta.
MoI)er 0rdecDepartoent,w.PO a. m. 5.00 p. m.
Rpirlstry Department, 0.00 a. m. 6.00 p. W.
nr On Sundays the General Deitomsy and Stamp
Dartment wuEbe opea-from W.00 aaa,to 10.00
J)ariUeitortotteR.-.- fOOa. m. 9.00 p. ra.
fci ft Augusta R.fC-.80 p. m. 10-00 a. m.
wrim'n A Charlotte R. 9.. 8.80 p.m. 5.00 a.m.
Char!o Phelby R. Bvi.i-K.80 km, 6.00 a. m,
tM5t35 desvule.i, - - 8.80 p. m, v 6.00 a. to.
tar Beattie's Ford, (bone routed Mondays at
KOOkm., Td Tuesdays at 8.00 a. m.-'
ta -orkvUle, (hone route.) Thursdays at-6.00
u.l TI ....... PhorbiHa TU 4 M
,vwmw - :
-Lowell Co New Advertisement,
1 ar Depaktment,
irWisHiKOTON, June 4, TJ30 p. 1
Itor the Sofllth Atlantic ud East Gulf
Report rr Ter4ar
m 7aOte Visum Next Wst
TJie CMemceaieBftExercIeti xetier
5 " ,w
eres to -witnesses and juror W had t 7 rfV J c tl f ) U
en summoned to attend the session f'. J i 1; V-
.v v 4tu ovaces. vym . uere next
week, imply, that there will be no ses
sion of the court heldlTie' court will
do neia as u$uai, but there will be
jury trials. Cases in equity will !
fd,f stbtnisfciMis 'lakerland sm
oinersTDusmeas transacted: as can &
aone without the aid of a jury.
1 f f J
It was & nleasant day whereon to wit
ness the exercises at Biddle, yesterday
a day free from cloud,? and the sky of
deep blue; no heat, for the rains had
cashod. from the atmosphere all impu
Early in lKerdaV tfie1 SaW Vas filled
and the day's exercises began with &
most suitable prayer by the Rev. .J. Vft
Scott, D. Dtbis followed bt a hjrnln
r5fr" .-JST' -3 -l lt ?bo eslt tthr rjrn ia' i l fn t
Tate mrclsaattM ExcniwMaiTA w
Only twenty-one tickets were Isold in
Charlotte for the merchants' excursion
to Richmond, and most nf t.hu nron
bought by businessmen in neighboring
towns. It seems that no one was al-
lowea to taKe aavantage of the cheap
rate ($ for the round trip) unless he was
the possessor of an invitation from one
Of the commercial orranizarinna of
Richmond. These were not sent to all, Meet being. Iha Necessity of
but quite a number of Charlotte mer-raueev;?Cala lproiumionit
sat luuiAitmlmd 1 1 1 f l
Sanitarr Policeman Carter is dafit
sung by the students upott the cncjurjOB the round8TH reports finding: tit
sion of which, David BroWil, of Sa thtfldilyJiS A flfetter condiUon, so
chants, who did receive them, did not
go. Our information is that the erowd
was nothing like as large when the
tram arrived at Greensboro as was ex
pected all on board being in one car.
Ceacale4 Weapon. . A
afHfe-lter tfkdow before hand
that the act of the last Legislature pro
hibiting , thecarrying of concealed
weapons goes into effect the 1st of
Jaly: ' The act makes it a misdemeanor,
funishable by fine and imprisonmeftt.a
be .discretion of the court to carry
about the person pistol, bowie knife,
dirk, dagger, slung-shot, loaded cane,
brass, iron or metal knuckles, 4r other
deadly weapons of like kind. The pro-
f"Weu : wepn. oeing iouna on the
as prima faciS evidence of a viol
of .-the -Uw, : The militia : and ce:
civil officers in the discharge of their
duty, art exempt from the operation of
WHS iW- hsw.i i)ri-n In 1,;U (tt.l
verea a aeeiamauon upon -me
of lAtlfi jai iopoint did he
falter. His style of speaking Was in,
strict accord with his piece forcible
and fervid. -
Next in order followed an essay by
T. A Attles, of Chester, S. C the sub-
prouT!tonlt was very
well considered, aptly written and well
read, and showea a fair maturity of
thought lie was followed by J. A.
Viney. of Toledo, Ohio, in an oration
upon mathematics, taking up in
Setter Scat fteaiest. - -
.Tiy iicAidtt .thitttfesbvterian Sab
bath schools will not take place Priday,
June 6th, as first annonncecL but is un-
aroidably postponea to rnaay or Bat
urday of next week. . -- - -
irntf brcMic of iTTon tireet al Hi Bat-
Kath anhnnl will far tnta wwk fmm i
4-.A , Tk. .vrniMl. .ill l tH flM I. H : Ft Uft1. , ' ! ,rifHIij.jt ft.il i iiiIO. Til L ?V.V iT lO
:terf upline of
Barometer,. , - a -
IT A. M. 8P.
r.r The Charlotte Grays Jiave. made all
in arranements or "tfceirlntendi
trip to .Snartanburs. TfiMwffl leai
wv j -uh wuffung ine mn, ana
spend the entire day in that rrteasant
town While-theroney wnrbe the
WVmmxWit Spartan Rifles.
will be a big day in SDartanbure. Im.
oiinKt nh!niii4n,ftrK4nrft vari.9 snaiiAqiatant-QensrjJ Moise of the
"TGSihlfthStto Sttreor isalaq eoccasion of
warmer and generally clear weather. lig"SLS?2SS;
rmehcemant ofWoffortftfellege. A very
laree crowd is expected. The Grays
will go and return 1 on an excursion
train which will be run from Charlotte
pi that day. , .
jur. W.J. smart. Who is now manac-.
mg ine nuaisui mine, ha exhibited to
The Obsester a fine rtfttity of amal
gam produced by apartial working of
a son or toe ore; - When'a'-torriis fully
worked and the tcAd asaiivv1. ir. Smart
wUl give those who are skeptical as to
the resources of this property, the net
Mr. B. F. Larrabee. who will orierate
the Simpson mine, in this county, for
the party of New York and Boston cap-
f 111! Vfc Vv n m-w r. A1 V. J lL
has arrived on the ground and will soon
commence active operations. All the
necessary machinery has been engaged,
and Mr. Larrabee will short! v go to
work in earnest -
HlKbett tempenemm 7S tg7.
Aasnsta , 4.
a ... :.4
to New ATfthi
B. N. TMdf-Kettoe.
a 0. BnUtn Attention H. N. B.
j. CL Bnrroosns Ifor Sale.-
The Close of the Matthew School.
The closing exercises of Mr. A. J.
Elarrison's school, at Matthews' Station.
came off on Monday, and was the occa
sion of a pleasant gathering of the peo
ple tit tue neignDornood. The composi
tions ana gpeecnes ot the pupils
It is saia"tMifHCtarlottean at least
will pend thimer in; Europe. t; , ,
The colicky cucumbeNs at the front
ain, looking greerfd graciohj .
College eMdnwMelnents are blooming
all overrtbAiand. .Ttey commence in,
The cets of the C. M. L will close
the session with arr elegaint hop at the
instate o(1i:18tti. ( .i i
The summer exodus from Charlotte
will not begitfitf eartrest till about the
1st of July. Then, np rpr me moun
The Grand Chapter "of Royal Arch
Masons is in session In Durham. Char
lotte's delegates left several days ago
to attend. i '
Capt a E. finer, of.ihia city, will de
liver th annual address-this year be
fore the Bethel Acadenrar DavTcF
A physlcian'oi' Charlotte and his right
hand matt are'dowtt in South Carolina
on business whollv matrimonial. Wait
till to-morrow. - - ; 1 ,
lYlirmm arft beirinni ner to look up
their old gnnS, preparatory ttie pleas
ant task of slaying dogs,.whteU. will be
gin not many days beneev
Thfi ex aminations "are being brought
rapidly to a dose at DavWsoh College,
ami tk Dreparattons for 'commence
meat wetit jare .aclfiviely gpmeton.
Tliftiros tLnft eons of the new road
Saw are being d&cussed at length by
farmers. The system will have to grow
irwjmlar ; it doesn't see.ni to be so now,
Thebase all ateli game between
the cadets .of Ah jCM. I. and the Pi o
neer eiU,nf thisjeity resulted in a vie-
tury i or pie cm i.y , .wc ui
18. . '
A committee of the board alder
the city revenue bill for W ensuing
year. U wilTbe prtttWprAdoptioi;
it the next meeting of the board,
the fifth dio-Bst of the laws of North
k Carolina. He - hopes to have it ready
la Mr.Jna. V. I ITT
iust1 rimktAtaia1 anorthern
... . ... m. n.lll. T
I M hndfl M UlMHaiUBDUBKM
warmlr irpeeted bv many friends' shA
iroade while in Charlotte last winter.
which it has been an agent, its connec-
J ... 1 A. 5 T ,
lion witn lue occuit sciences, ne ioi
lowed his subject very well through the
forms of arithmetic, algebra, trigo
nometry (plane and spherical) and thedif
ferential and integral calculus. The sub
ject was prof ound and the orator's pow-'
er, of rnesoory was very fully and most
satisfactorily displayed, though his style
of oratory was rather -robust for such
a anlvianf . .K.It
Those three men are members of the
ihomore class and each gave evidence
iort TyhaWeactJeVfciently been
:ept busy by their teachers, and show
At the close of the exercises of this
class, the Rer.'E. H. Harding' addressed
the assemblage in a very feeling and
impressive manner, and taking an in
spiration from a line of the hymn sunz
MejcWcidelon, fciepliic show-;
df tHrfsul4 drchrtstian labor
among a people who had from bondage
become important members of the na
tion. He pointed out their duties as
such membersand was r thankful 'that
aWMtUtoitaLaa the i)rsAt was nn-
der Christian guidance.
He was followed by Mr. N. Dumont,
of this city,' who spoke" toiichtng their
future that this was but the beginning
of their life's work ; that upon the edu
cated colored man depended the eleva
tion of his race, a race without a his
tory, getting its tutelage from the most
active and accomplished people of
modern times ; that to these students
was charged the account of demonstrat-
ana whether it jb worthwaue to keep
nfPthe trbWe'and expfefase of trying
to educate them. He pointedly advised
them to independent lines of thought
and action, and a thorough self-reliance.
He was followed by Rev. JX J. San
ders, pastor of the Presbyterian church
(colored) of Wilmington, in a very hap
py speech in the course of which he
strongly advised the students to in all
cases take strong ground among the
colored people against migration, for,
said he, if we go out from the houses of
tne rathers, the oia grounds, our -ownH
States, other agencies and laborers come
in and we are crowded out. We must as"
a people , work where we are, and at
"snort range." His address was very
effective, well-timed and polished, and
delivered with marked oratorical ease
At this point a recess was taken un
til 2 p. m. Upon the assembling in the
afternoon the audience to the
number of over 400 were provided
with seats in the handsome grove just
in iront of the college, while ironi the
lisrhlv satisfactory and evidenced faith-. I f erandaof the chaoeUwertt delivered the
-.Y : ; 4.1. 4. ii.. iT.f? I j..Iti. . .1 f c
im tiituiui uii wit) part oi uje pnnci- uui cases ui uiegruuakiug uiiiaaui. iuur,
pai. Alter tnis piri ot the exercises
was over, the school and the assem
blage were addressed by J. Sol Reid,
Esq:, who discussed the educational
needs of the country, in a practical and
intelligent manner. Mr, Harrison s
school only began last January, but has
j sr. . , a l a ' i '
grown sieauwy, exoatug wiur iwenty-
eight scholars, and fully meets a de
mand tor educational advantages long
felt in the community. He will begin
another session in about six weeks.
The contest over the change of the
public road to Statesville, beginning at
a point twoor three railesout of the city,
was continued before the board yester
day, but was not concluded. The com
mission appointed to assess the damage
of those through whose property the
new road is to run have made their re
A party who-was reported te-be haul
ing sand from, -the public road to the
injury of - the'rowi was ordered to de
The jffibuifiSteBt of J. R. Brady, a
young in)uiiois5town of Davidson
College, as Merraiwturg county s stu-
derit at the University, (who receives
h&tf Itioitherej freXwas on his peti
t tm:1iPd forthcoming session. '
Taoaraiilibn session again
The report published in some of the
papers I that Col. Buford, who recently
got married and started on a bridal tri p
to California, was lying very in at uni
cago, has' been corrected. He stopped
thete;but has gone on.. . '
It is,, stated on good authority that
there are three engineers on the North
Carolina Railroad worth over $25,000
each. A machinist in the shops of the
company isalso- equally? wealthy.
4 One of the directors of the Cheraw &
Chester Railroad reports to the Chester
Bulletin that the laying of cross ties and
iron is now jn progress . Detween a lsn-
The exercises were ojjened by the Rev. W
T. Waller, pastor of the Associate Re
formed church of this city. First in
order was the Latin salutatory by Nor
man W. Harlee, of Rockingham, N. C,
a tall, well-formed colored man, of an
easy manner and very manly port He
delivered his address with good diction
and without error, in good Latin. His
delivery and oratory were Yery good
and thoroughly graceful.
Adam Frayer, of Charleston. S. C, de
livered an address upon "The Necessity
-n4-nl T. .,..M4. W riM. ,
delivered with marked ability, discov
ering in this graduate a fine mental
quality, and a real capacity for clean
A disquisition upon "The Study of
Nature" was delivered bv' J. C. Sim
mons, of Sumter. & C. This address
showed research into the questions of
modern science and dealt with them
not only interestingly but elaborately
In this the orator showed great pains
taking, and a good choice or pure, terse
Upon his close followed the valedic
tory by Wm. A. Alexander, of Cabarrus
county. His topic covered the "In
fluence of Mind upon Mind." He dis
nlaved. aood oratorical no.w ers. His ad
dress was even ahdlcofeimanded full
attention. It was replete with thought,
and correct logic and bore marks of
thoroueh study. His farewell to the
trustees.the f acultv.the president and his
fellows was particularly graceful and
showed that be possessed marked abili
ty of expression and fine diction in
touching phrase and impressive man
President Mattoon delivered to each
graduate his diploma, together with a
fine copy of the Bible, the gift of Mrs.
Mattoon, upon the conclusion of which
the Rev. Mr. Dorland, of Concord, de
livered the benediction. Large bou
quets and other presents were bestowed
upon the? graduates by their friends in
the audience. ' :
Music of good quality was dispensed
by the Charlotte Star Band at intervals
durine the exercises. Good order and
cleanliness, than Mrf J"f
uiuui.iuicd iu tiuio uioMci, auu an - vu
lations of the ordinances in respect to
slfWIatfoiisiliirv thus far Men
promptly corrected by the violators so
soon as their atteatioii has been direct-ii - vfaTiJO i81fcs s '
ed to the offences. There are anumbeMI IIlDiMW O fi
vi "BiogKieu- Tunuraiu -vtro-city, bu XiVr. I,
u,ypppft (wiuai nee t
w oe openeu up, uui. exusmauy me sarjt
itarv condition of the city is."4renerallv,1
P?r&&Ji UWr .P?? M
conaMnwjyuwJPfc3ea witn mm in
cases where tne sanitary, ordinances
are neglected or disregardednd : these
ne wui endeavor to nave recuneu;
The Fioaeere' Kxcani
The Pioneer fire wmpant's excursion
train arrived in Winnsboro esterrbiv
'wrth7 abotit"eight liuhdrsons oa
board, the majonty of, whom tok the
train at unariotie. xne remainder pi
the crowd were mostly from Bock Hm
and CnesCef.' and irrdodeqhite a num
ber of firfwen Xrom each of the places
named. Arrived in Winnsboro, they,
were met and welcomed by the Fair
field fire company of that place, and the
whole crowd repaired to a grove near
the depot where a stand had been erect
ed for dancing. The jiay was spent
mostly in this pleasant amusement and
in strolling about the town. Every
one seemed to enjoy it exceedingly. !
The train did not return till half past,
lOo'elocki i On its arrival at the depot
the Pioneers were met by members of
the other fire companies and escorted
co the truck house of the Independents
where,they had the, accumulated dust
of the day effectually washed from
their respective throats. Th -day wasd
whollvjwithoiit -accidents, and mnlntA
with only KtlcT' incidents as tended to
make it a pleasant one to all who went
Drill of the C. M. I. Cadets.
In accordance with a previous an
nouncement, the cadets of the Carolina
Military Institutegave an exhibition
the Central Hotel, yesterday afternoon.
Their appearance was the occasion of
the gathering of quite a large crowd of
spectators on the balcony of the hotel
and in the streets, and, the drill was
watched with keen interest The move
ments of the cadets, under Capt Wm.
Cain, were complimented on every
hand, especially by a number of old
soldiers, including many of our most
respected citizens, who know what good
drilling is. The execution of difficult
manoeuvres was frequently greeted with
. At .theconclnsion af thedrill, the
conyrmttee of gentlemen who were
present at the request p CoUThomas,
to witness it, presented him with the
ioj jo wing paper: ? i
To JCtoLWP. fhomm. 8W
Carolina Military Institute :
In compliance with your polite invi
tation to inspect the cadets of your" in
stitute, and witness their drill on $he
pnblic square, the undersigned commit
tee have the honor of stating that they
Jiave jusj combed withtiJm peasant
outy assigned them, and cannot but .ex
press their admiration of the military
exercise and manoeuvres of the after
noon, conferring equal credit upon the
caueis -ana uie excellent corps oi of
ficers 'wbo have assisted you in bring
ing them into such thorough proficien
cy. THOS. t . DRAYTON,
R. D. Johnston
Charlotte, June 4th, 1879.
Havinu likewise been present on the
aboye qccasien, I take, pleasure in sub
scribing to the views5 or The committee
ot inspection. (Signed)
Adj't Gen. State North Carolina.
Cliarlotte. June 4th, 1879, .
'ill J Ull UZ.i i--L
Mother says tbe baby is fretful, but If the baby
could talk It would say It had pain. Relieve the
pain by erring It Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, an lnoocent
. remedy. Price 25 cents a bottle.
. 1 I ii! j
TJOTHER, AND THE LAST LOT OF FINE
And large stock otSUppersioid Ner1fTies Wfents? 'oodse haVe-a iftill slocpt the rjtgotlds. ''A trial will
eoa-Tinee fOttthatWseuthBsame article sel elsewhere l4he!ity from.15 to'jtwrcheaph &&
"P. S. I take pteasore to announcing t my old f riendsthatl am'nowi yingfiwithf MrMyrer,iahd ;feei satisfied) that
with an experUnoe of. ten years in the Shoe andMIat business Lean, sell you grtKls in that line to your sattefactioii!
IU Osilul iMf& , vfi arHivrespecttUUTiixi-iTt " moiui dhmujiuo -a un ,tiiioiu;
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Ii:tiM ,tM?i i -!:; iiuawvu-' 1.U1 ill VHii tJ SHtiUtiJi't
Aiwft AiTlTai of1 beoBehold and otlw ejefol arfJes for our famous . , 2
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ii to Ji . i;n: ' : ! i' : .1 ill lit -Hi iil Ui'H)l1 I i-4 i Ul- ';!! lltl Ji't
Va.r antMrinr tn all othern received. Also a bBtimftilTartetf'b4?' "'l ' 5 'id! "'j- 'H
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.'MfifBEBQ EDGINGS, I NSERTINWS AND.LAOKS,'!1'.';.1;:
Great Bargains In
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Ladies9 Linen Ulsters and Dresses,
MfeiERY,, COPSBTS AND DRESS toJSN
i . j
Be sore to call and look, at our treat bargains we offer this week.
tap We. have
JI. MORRIS & BROS.
iusTreceived a inlendHl assortment of Rustle 'Frames, for mottoes and vailotis size pictures, at priced ker thanvef 'fchewtt In Charlotte.
Wheeler's Elixir Phosphates.
An elegant preparaUtyn fotiustaining the vital
powers a nerve and brain food -one dollar per
botUe. , DR. T. P. SMTTH, Pnigglsi.
Fine Flavoring' Extracts.
Lemon, TanlHa. Fine Apple and Strawberry, at
pBft V SBXBV8UO STORE. ;
Elixirs &uid Fldd Jlxttaets,
The largest assortment1 ut the .ctty may l
at PR. T. PL SMlTfftS-DBUe
D R E S S :&(:0S.
i li- ' " -.ti ti:. .! . ill.!! n
A FuIlJJrte of
s. v ejff t? -.
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medlctnea always on
hand at PB.Tc78MIT4i'S,DRIJi STORE.
We are now displaying elegant lines of
I .'..', r.-t 'i! -- ); - .
,f" :- i .v '. "-.'!
m i! .'; .i 7 I:'.
We are now dLspiiiying elegan: lines of
BLACK AND COLORED SILK GRENDINES,
BUNTINGS OF ALL COLORS
AND OTHER DRESS GOODS OT AT4L TIRADES AD' PRICES.
This Department is Replenished Daily.
This Deportment la Replenished Daily.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
i . 1 1 1
IV'J lO.? 4V
Seven Springs Mass, at
m T. C.HillTH'S DRUG STORK
Vitalized Phosphates. Tama
Springs Btass and 1
Shoulder Braces, improved patterns, at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Five Cent Cigars
One of our specialties we try to get the best call
and get some at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
K m 111 ' t
Vest Pocket Cure
And Horehound Cough Syrup, each 25 cents a bot
Ue, at DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
25c. Hair Dye.
Has teen tried and found satisfactory. For sale
by DR, T. C SMITH, Druggist
For holding Kerosene Oil. The cheapest in Cn ar
il ' UK. 1. u: sari n, o unuu siuiu.
the bridee lover wjraerjm win happiness maiked the attendance of the
1 " " - . rr .,r.4( , 4-1
m m- - - -
the press in the course or a w 1 fWri.-rii!W
UairfijaMi Mw&&&Mwihmi& US be' the evening
menc as tne resiaence vl xjv. jo jwwimwFmivwriiivrexn ap
ana onae. wiwwiwifliMftam'
t4V 'I mi.""r'nT'3
4 ana oeaiuylDc!'i
lonsr the visitors were
fn, metnber of the House of Repre-
wilL:be-aeat to the
tri planet and Saturn c be seen close
4K 4-vfV.ar i- Tnnitr will riaa ft little
. 1 4.1 W.rt 4.1- .-.hSa hntiaa
3UULi.nn. MP.mil.ll I II II Wit. niuiBD 7J
tiyelr '-prsoest:'1 mismessi Tnatoi.too
lsitefjMpfdei large pictured
piano ana an orrau, to maw TcTtjJ
Mr. Artnur 1 jjuh; -eusaA,,
sentatives: Col. Wm. Johnston.,of the
State Board of Internal Improvements,
Rev. Mr. Cook, of Caldwell churetitt
this county Prof, Hanna, of the XmP$
States Mintt Rev. Mr. Billingsley, of
Statesville; Maj. McL.eod, Mr.jL.eon,
. The occasion was one of marked
pleasure, and told more effectually than
any word of ours can tell of dthe high
aualitvof the work that the goodlmaa
at the head of this university for the
10R THIS SEASON, WILL BE SOLD TO NIGHT
AT OUR AUCTION HOUSE AT 8 O'CLOCK.
MAXWELL & HARRISON.
June 5 It
TTENTION, H. N. R.
Assemble at your armory promptly at 8 SO
o'clock this evening, for the purpose of bold
ing your monthly meeting. A full attendance must
be had as there will be some very Important busi
ness to transact. S. O. SMITH. 8ec'y.
S. S. Fegbax, Captain,
June 5 It
XTOTICK. . , .."'..' .. . T vi?
The regular monthly meetto of theCbarlotte
Chamber of Commerce, for Jane, will be held it
their rooms, this evening at eight o'clock. ;
R N. TIDDT. Sec'r.
34Btaafasiiki Minfiwa Ifii4 ijoil -'j
Next door to Ctty Clock,
vi tlHiaioTrX. N. C
Will buy their Drugs and Medicines of Dr. T. C.
Smith. Druggist, at Charlotte, they will find prices
satisfactory and save freight charges from North
Will find Ice Cold Soda Water at Dr. T. C. Smith's
Drug Store, opposite tbe Central Hotel.
"'" ' - ' ' " , ' 1.--..- 1 , ... ...
These Hot Days
Try Arctic Soda Water, and Sparkling Ginger Ale,
5 cents a glass, at
dr. t. c. SMrnrs drug store.
If You Smoke
Don't forget to try the 5 cent Cigars for sale at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Perfumery and everything la the tine at lowest
prices at DR. X. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
N O T I C E.
WHITESEWIMG MACHIME CO. CLEVEtANb, OHIOJ V
; Ladles' Underwear, "
"WRAPS, ... . )
SEWING SILK, '
"" 'PINS, '
i) ' ; -NEEDLES,1
; Send for Samples, or iQrmatimr,and
satisfy yourself how cheaply and quickly
wu xcan: get ' wenthina in,u-'- ' .":"
-ekiaeii' U em' aa.aa a iiU'a A
of ' us iy- Mail or Express. We ctirry an
avdraqe stock of abbut $00,000, all boupkt
for1 prb'mM cash. M Try us !. ' "" i '
. ; Mave tne, vnuaren .sex$ jof ft set oj our
Advertising t!arm.i u
k m 'mi..
Importers and Retailers,
Kstablished 188 1 ' ' '''
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
This Line being
fully equipped for business,
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
offers uneQualled facilities for the Transport Ion of
K CALDWELL HOUS AV,
Rev. T. P.
Johnston, who wasfori
ears orior to tne ww avi
missionary of thtf Presbyterian ILirarep-i'
arn0ugcitiMD .JiitfpeajLablsi iA-urivs, 1 th4?
haviair printed, in The
office f panrbMet'of Sz
ny in Turkey."
f I rtrml AtlAfHf
lin&rs. Mr.Rliinn.one of the sir
. . Dorers, had a goose sitting on m
, Ant astnMy;8he came Off tt
aavt it is ttW'desire of sWerall
gentlemen, who wish riext rfiontteto aUi
tend the meefine of Northern resiutn
in lV 1-44- T 'n 4.1. -.4. CS t"
Railrotut tohrttftri errant flnecial TOi
the meettng-atotbafc .timerfir.rfiPhtie89;i
TmsaccfltniBoafttina Apaa triir iuu jw
. .V - AVt a
education oftMored :toen is doing for
s ThS mstftution is not only calculated
the ttttf ttMmtwty its work bringing quietly
the month.'" Uranus will be liear to the
moonon tne aiiernoon .oi me
.jbtMi i aJwerjtnne will come into view
n ir tiff flF-'XO. r n pn fin Tina virrv
AUCuUvCUa nv I Kwu uuwuw wis W4U444 w.v i
half-past a -p. m. on, The giSst. 3
. ;4-iviip at I enr
"v - i r. . . . . ... - J
ben the better Knowledge oi uie s puroosauu,
wor,, ear ny year w aaas w iwf py w p
and year by year it gainers strengia
,4o tm. ja owing tft th4? ?rth be-1 respect from our people, and thisVp
inclined to the plana of its orbit, liifr nt
AnJ nrilt tnilMliaa ... P t,,Ti
kQeWXaUfiaSaiaaiaz towards; the and his very able faculty, ha shown
floor orJevelurface oa whicUit gtands by their laoor mat liiaai J"ver
whiterwslTiRXaiSWs causes a greaxer nguuw iubu KnaZfth.
- '. - . 4v hsar Trt raA nmrn nnrpi nvnr l iiihiu lud iiiuiiua ouu uitmwvh v
eed ol an egg oX a, hVrltfm'Timrj LLed neoole is fast becominjr stronrt
. m . ' -. r rflirm H4Va.a. - -- vt i am ear rxli.ii. naru.iM auiatiuuu a mum ' w . r ".w rr rr ri t r i x i, i j -
4-v -. m .iaa n i iiiv ini i v ijir-fnr bUD ua i KiTV1 a if a Miwiiaw,"
-. .... o.jk W44.a Ji 444 fe, 4. , - 4.
J a v 4W 4A41&4A I . . . 4- AL A
' hut a nar- smtchreuin4.KeUia bi
B beneflt put Beeswax wm for
i of heat b w" !? Ff.PS:"
a inosL, 4mTVirtawTi rvrnvfi
Jsouth. and nass delesfaika;
taw. iinnt.-,.:Aney na.vo.Bos.r
ently pi .tne ajntaion" 01 neat
:ea mi.xuB erM wy mo
bed I nail
kivth coutsB'd a yean oVer more toaiit
ftTrrffaf'tte'surtaCo ' of the planet
r,wiub C3tor has assigned ; for the
1 tori flrir JAOXMOSM SJSSTJiWEET NAVt I arising Irom teething or oUreansi
bread ana water. an
to the ' McSmith liosi
: onlr FlYK DOLLisa I
month. A own no ojan wno won-i nw iv
DbiAAWaiSrnth for afe months to meafhb
vif a &nd mate his home happy." 'Save the sweev
r. -4-- i
Pn, immnii nf thiitv vears Mrs. Wlnskm's Sooth
lnc Syrup has been usea xor eauaien. u currocia
addlty of tbe stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
xisiiiff fmm teething or other causes. An old ana
4;o yl .oI JoBW j not vd
A- . .ffoiiH9B iqinowj j
eratic newspaper, tbe pauueaaon 01 wuen wui oe
Nn wUT Fwt a mnt lutMtrtljdn tBedtBm for
J .T T,.' 1 . - ...
the business men of Charlotte, aa tne paper wui
have a fawge circulation bribe counties ot Lincoln,
i- z . - ----- - - - - t rr aa- r.r - w wT-iin
AdOresSi-iS fi jio nlwl vrn
1 " - -
. - v. 4 , o 44 I
jompany aoopa,a. "'
OFFICE OF THE U. S.. MARSHAL,
Greensboro, N. ., une 2d, 1879.
order of Robert. Dick; Judge ef the United
k MsMeF Danrt -for the Western' District of
North Carolina, turoKmnd United States witnesses
summoned to attend the June term of the United
State Court at Charlotte,, are hereby notified aot to
attend said term, as um eomiraon oi tnejuawiaiT
apwrepriatlon te aoch that they cannot be paid.
r n i a ... rn . . . . . .rUnited States Marahal,
iuqeB Bi.-io? ;' :' , ; ....
Wflmington and all Northern and'Eastera Cltfesjto
Greenville, Spartanburg, all Stations
Atlantic, Tennessee AsOhlo,.
Charlotte, Statesville, Asheville, Rufi
on the Atlanta fc Richmond Alr-Llne.
and Western N. C. Rahroads, . - .
' As weli'ais points in Georgia
! -'i flH,' -
ee and Rates
-.1- --iw ! '
guaranteed as; Low r as
jiyiil )-.?) I "J '.''.'
1 1 f.
0itf jccttiiite'ries. i
a i . . ft iA.tDta- a. :-t
-)! ili. '' J lH) i .i
!-:'lF.:W.tiARHir','', ! "
i. fen ?- e'lsiii t'-ifoililK J
- .. . . i . , A
ii -111111111 nil iii i i .im J
Fme Apples, imperial Oranges, jcxtra i.ai&e:Mi-, : ramuy tocertesTBatter," Eggs; Chickens, ., a
. ; v - t -j--,. v r J MMwtiaiiil'SoUcus'Jeorreseiietice'to
1 ..: 'iTDti-Iii
:n:rrtifeaC8nilieAiBap Corn,j&, l';o "fi
yrttfepuyes sett, ; I TtmkMifvpastptitnMi
ace j.jaoneio meai.aUMiwuwiPP mi wure.
.?H im vi .-ji ay
, , V- r -. r rri. 1 -TYrW
'va'ahy' jtiamjt.tlne, ni.Tlme, asQulfli.
upon ppHeRtt to nir. in ju-n'tmu
M i. -I j; - i - 1 1 .- ! . "iq .-ii
oi j f
fiv 'vi:;.-i:'!iu j:t: ; '-i: :
:'.':,' ', "i-y 'iilj
(i.ii'-ji..-j. nil j) j.';''i-, l
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i-u,l ).!J !--. ......in -f 'm T-o
t. yjit Jo "iiii I') I'.ril4-. 'b T:VV,,,?
73 3)fD5rti JxtjnfWoniTT"vr?r"-
iiiiJ Jiimwifi lit I'Hii ifiii jiiwiii
:iv7T .nv. i
ilXaftiii-.--!; Llfii Viit n-
li ot fresh VegetaMesMfm3Vys 'J'a .iwi 1
iitxfilswn Boiiwttraab(ifi w
'.tmKi (it&i&.3tiMi' At"' -yvKO ,
HI HI ..' y',:v:-5
-ri ha -MrHsth Amnwd MeHinef lwStolCkliekl-
nf the Narthi Carolina SiBonafoapaiiy wUT
be held In Charlotte, N.C-onthe second TburedaV'
c Juiz-1K7Q: thu. transfer books of stock r
said eohipaiiV- wui H tloed from this datJ mH
!H-RrTTOTf b&Jtihl 1 tSeVr N. C. R. B. TJdi 11 '
TOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. a
f. R ItRim. Pmnrlfttnr.
U "4-JUliiXj? air. J V
' f fi 1 r'Aiiiftri5fOaief 'tfWtl'ailburn'As-
4.;juiaiii ifltfrnrtwatoanfe ,rriafi:uv ; uJ 'i
- - 1 - f y ' 1
...Ii fif l44 v WAiHMia
HtEhmw) t S17 lfltfr. Sttol Oft Janll
rateasp paiaaaianp tor ine oeDcnauaaiio;i .1
iotioi a ili muss, ill .50-Jomr4 'iwi
Lames, Is attracting tbe af-eatloa joJ Xhaae wo
J ':.,Py39. .if .i f
wish to todulge tbenuelves in this line.
-ti-viisZTxidiS-iI io iudfiiiiiW"-'
irti i ieri rr br-vjn-uv.--i- ---- o r . '-.. aa . a- k ... . y
I iy a i.sjk.a xt. U4 jw-
Mm three to five mmotes, wltbaLnM'e t
lv ,H vat