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FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1879.
RillB'M II HIRKt'TirRT.i,
. . i..M in nii..-;;,t:;y;ij hi :
Te following table show the running of 'pasm
er trains to and from Chartott,oua the n
roads ( Washington time) : r
RICHMOND DAWTELiH. ? ,
Arrlve3 from Richmond and Goldsboro, 12 40
f paveS for " -3.60
Arrives uum - --
Tile roniofiic b...,., . , t '
; Nothing further has been done in ref
etenc to the removal ofthejto8offiCe,
" "uuurrauwu mai uen. narringer has
sent on to the department a bill for the
work he had done on ' the present posfc
ofhce buttding for the purpose of fitting
It for use as such. In the mfianm thS
u ark a .
ATLANTA CHARLOTTE AIB-LINK.
rrlve from Atlanta... ,.Ui--.,..'. 8.40 a. m.
Leaves for Atlanta. .......... w, t j 2-40 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,. .. . 4 H.40 p. m.
Reaves for Atlanta,. . . . .r. i-l 1.12 a m.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A0GU8TA.
irrives from Augusta,..'.'....' 3.50 p. m.
i paves for Augusta 12.45 a. m.
Vves from Culumbla (ac. Freight)... 12.10 p, m.
I ves for Columbia. : ,, " .2J p. m.
CAROLINA CHNTBAL. iH ti ri' .i
Arrives from Wilmington,
Leaves iui ...&--
Arrives from Shelby,...
Leaves tor diioiuj,
f v- , ,, ivo u. in.
' Kd.ftn m
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE OHIO.
nlves from Statesvllle, 8.00 p. m.
Leaves for Statesvllle,. ; 8.00 a. m
Washington, j uneo, u"F, m. j
Por the Soutli Atlantic and East Gulf
o-itr-s. sliclit changes in pressure, south-
winds, slightly wariner,-and clear
. .'.artlv cloudy weatheri i I
owner of the oiiera honfl hniiHincr a
ffOTF so to work to fit ISSgf OTf Mr tKF
Ixinsulpi-ii Ida .-vir ,;n S. i f
r V ""in. inn lid, vo w uc uyim
there before it is ready for use as a post-
la Site Bvada.
I til j - ft i .'-" J
IliO YOUUK KC
;man from As!
snlTeman from Aslieville
alluded to in 't'ttE Obskrvkr a few
dajp gQ as beifig errottjVy'ilming-4 !
ton to marry a young Jady of that city, I
wno is well Known , ana aamirea m
Charlotte, was Mr. J. G. Martin. He
was married to Miss Annie Davis Tues
day last The bride and groom ; go
Al A- - A .1 Ml A1 Vt
ujrecuy io Asnevuie, wnere tney-wui
BLAtrscsTA Firm; middling 12
shipments sales 'stoc-
riling 12c; good ordinary 12c.; net ""receipts
147; eroas ; sales 40; stock 158; expora
coastwise 140; Great Britain ; France
Local Heport or Yewicrday.
I 7 A. 2 P. M. ; 9 P. M
S. W. S. Wi
nighest temperature 85 deg.; lowest 67
WE.VTHXB REPORT, JUNE 5, 420 P. M.
Barom Th. Wind. Vel.l Weather.
30.01 83 W. A Oear.
30.06 87 aR, -4 Fair.
80.12 87 S. W. 4 Fair.
29 98 84 S. W. 7 :'V Fair.
29 98 91 S. 6 Clear.
80.0''. 81 E. 9 Cloudy.
130.03 80 E. 14 ; Clear.
:10.10 K4 8.K. 10 Fair.
30.04 84 E. r l8 Clear.
30.08 85 S. ! 4 Cloudy.
80.08 89 W. 5 Fair.
30.08 78 E 8 Cloudy.
30.04 83 W. 12 Clear.
30.18 85 S. 8 Fair.
30.09 85 IS 12 Fair.
30.02 84 1 0 Lt Rain.
. .--i.S '!
One JBxcuate fur JBatinj; Vuiouw -
Auose wno are iond of onions and
the number is legion in almost every
community, notwithstanding they per
sistently decline to eat them such per
sons will findanexeuse for thehabft in
the following from an English medical
journal : A case is now nnder oiu: own
observation in which a rheumatic pa
tient, an extreme sufferer, finds great
relief from eating onions freely, either
cooked or raw. He asseits that it is by
no means a fancy, and he says so after
having persistently tried Turkish baths,
galvanism and nearly all the potions
and plasters that are advertised as cer
tain alleviatives or cures."
Officer of 'atTn. St.T''i
At a meeting of t.li H nrnpfs' "Moot
Riflemen, held at thsir
night, Third Lieut, , Geo. . H. Brocken
brough was elected firet lieutenant to
nil the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Lieut. J. G. Younsr. and Mr. O.
W. Badger was elected third lieutenant.
rne roiiowmg non-commissionecL offi
cers were appointed : Orderly sergeant,
t. J. Ahrens; second sergeant, G. T.
L-oiemaa; i third aerflreant. f?. Millar
lourtn sergeant. K. Mvers. Jr.
i TT . r 7
sergeant, ij. a. JSlackwelder ; surj
vt. u. joneschanlain. Tie V, TT
Harding. . ;
ihe company made a ffranp.ful ac
knowledgement of their iWatitvMe to
e vera! , ladies Of Coin mhm and, nn a
visitor irom North Caroling for kind
nesses and contributions to 'tbeir.Tilea-
sure ln yartous ways while oii their re-
wuv visit 10 suae city oy electing the
following honorary members? Missps
Fannie A. Melton. E- Xu Portal7
oouKingnt, jiuzaaioan, Mrs. J. B. Ezell, i
andMisd 'May Shoberi-of Xorth Caro-I
i alu Fire Alarm.
Just before noon yesterday a sudden
crv of fire startled evervhodv. and the
engines started out at a terrific- rateHiSSf
wa seerf rising' in JBo'rfrSCard, be
tween Stumptdwil dntf jLogtown. A
very sudden stop was put to the excite
ment by the announcement that it was
nothing more nor less than the burning
of a brick-kiln.
NiWToOT Doll; sales 220; Tmddllng uplands
13c, middling Orleans ;l8Ve.; consolidated net
Receipts 1,044; exports to Great Britain 2,903;
Continent :JFranee 12a -;
LmSpoot Kbos Cotton easier. MMd3ng
Uplands, 7id., middllnz Orleans. 7 3-16d.: sales
8,000, speculation and export 1,000. additional
sales yesterday- at tfrBeralaf' dosing. re
ceipts 200adeijrT Future oAned
paruaur i cheaoer. uplands low middling Ciaum:
June delivery 7 l-32a7. Jane and July 7 6 3i-32a
offosfr 7aiHB2al-16a3-82, August
r 7lfea5-2 i Seotember and October
7 5-32a3-16. October andNovember . Novem
ber and December . New crop shipped October
and November . November and December
aeptemper and octooer per sail
Index to NewldvcrUsemeitt
Attention, H. N. B.
H091 PENCILING.; -V
Dealers are looking out for the
.1 une applea tv
A few drummers have begun to show
their faces again. ''
Only a case of plain drunk before the
mayor yesterday morning.
The Grays will carry a fall company
to Spartanburg on the 12th.
Meeting of the mining board at 8 p.
in. at Gen. Drayton's ofhee.
Wheat harvesting has begun in some
sections of Mecklenburg.
Regular Friday evening lecture at
St. Peter's Episcopal church at-8.30i
The junior dance club will inaugurate
the season at Bellemont Park next Sat
urday. And a young and handsome professor
of Davidson College is about to volun
tarily assume the bonds of matiiinony.
Yesterday was a genuine summer day
with the merchants; very little doing
in the middle of the day.f
Gregorv will learn how to play on the
tin stage horn before he goes up to Glen
Alnine.so that he can so .out ana an
nounce the coming of the stage.
The Charlotte bovs who travel for
Northern houses, always hang up dur
ing the summer months on tneir oia
One of the Pioneer excursionists learn
ed one valuable lesson on his trip to
Winnsboro: that white uants are not
things to go to a picnic in.
It is said that the number of root
doctors is rapidly increasing among the
colored population of this county, and
accordingly the number of deaths every
Charlotte will send ud a large delega
lion this vear to hear Col. Mcfiae speak
at Davidson College. This address will
ite delivered at 11 o'clock next Wednes
day in the college chapel. . ,
Celluloid collars and cuffs are coming
into style for gentlemen's wear. Armed
and collared with these ayoung man
mav danee all dav at; picnics Wltn lm
puriity, and turn a perfectly deaf ear to
the appeals or ms wasner-wviu
The letter from Texas, printed in an
other column, is from the pen 01 Jim
my" Gleason, a well remembered Char
iii il tp. Ymw who moved to Texas a few
veai-s aro. His friends here will read
1 with interest, -j,,' ;
Persona desiring -to attend the Kor
mal Scaool at the .University will do
u nil to remember that it begins on the
lUhinst. It is considered very impor
tant that all should e. there on the 1st
Prinp.fi "Rrown. r.olored. jwas before
Justice Davidson,-yesterday, on the
charge of assault and battery upon
mem hern nf thfl P.hlirch at Which he
worshins. and that. too. in the church
and snhmittinff the case he was -fined
-SS and cost. . . . , - ,
The Sunday sehbot of Tryon Street
M. V.. rhnre.li. South, of this City, has
WiriPd nnt tri IhaVe afnlchle texcursion
this vear to Greenville. S.' C, or else
where on account of their inability to
procure closed Coaches for, their accom
Mr. Geo.T K. T Tati (of the Mountafn
Tsinn pnttnn f itpiiyv.' returned yester
day from the North, where he has just
purchased, two . hundred .additional
looms for the factory. They will arrive
hythe 1st of July and will be put up
Nothing so-qufcB3iij snrlyiUspei8 Confidence
as disappointment T)r.j Bull's Baltimore Pills nev
er disappoint anyone using them for such diseases
as Liver and Blood disorders, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Flatulency, etc. Price only 25c.
Trinity- Normal School.
New York Futures closed steady.
000 bales.': -. . , .- i: X
June . ... 12.92a.9A
July . J. vfjuiiBai a. . . ... a .;-. , ; ..,-fL: 13.17
September.. j. fki.. , -t, 13.06a.07
October 12 .10a,ll
The Normal cbool at JTj-injty College
will (rrrttefce brl Tuesday,' June 24th,
and continue four weeks. All arrange
ments have been made, and the school
in all particulars will be equal to the
best in this country. To teachers, whQ
stand an approved examination upon
the studies prescribed by the State
board of education, certificates will
be giveni 'good' in ny? part of - the
State,, without further .examination.
There ' willbe lectures on various
subjects, and every means will v be
used to benefit teachers. Kmdengarten
aaehiag wilt jae taught and
including furnished room. Sl.50
to $2.00 per week. Ample room for
those who desire to board in a club. No
other expenses. Que fare on the .rail
May 30, 1879.
New Tore Money 3a5. Exchange 4. 8?Ua&.
governments steady. New 5's 1.03. Four and
hall ner cents 1.64k. Four ner cents l .021. state
f Jtlstnrprising te jraat a 'degEeelckBe6 Influen
ces jpne's tetipei an4 lspositioii. Sickness, how
ever, means' derangeThent -brthe blood, and foraU
blood disorders nothing known equals Dr. Bull's
Blood Mixta re.
Letters Uncalled for and Held
Pottage. ": 0
The following is a list of lfttters re-
maftiing in the postoffice uncalled for :
AUam Alexander. Isabella Alxan-
der, Washington Alexander, Henrv
Blackman, Etta Brvant Martha Bov-
den, E. A. Carroll, R. G. Graham, Jen
nie Harris, Gabel E. Irwin. Martha A.
Kimmons, Mary Murphy, Hannah Mil-
er, v . j . Mcuau, Elizabeth McCarver.
Cicero Moore, Mrs. L. Norman, James
(XBrian, Mr. Paris. Delia Pettrs. James
Perley, Margaret Rankin, MattleSpring,
Smith 2, Phillis Watt. Martha Walk
er, Moses White.'
The following are held for postage :
Fuller. Huntsinpilles & Co.. Gallioo-
is, Ohio; Mrs E. G. Gibbonv. Wvthe-
ville, Va.; Hallerback & Dieffenback.
92 Reade street, New York; Will M.
Houston. Martindale. N. C. : G. M. Love.
Concord, N. C.i Preston Fertilizer Co..
49 Courtland street, N. Y. ; S. MePaston,
Shelby, JN . C. ; Miss Mollie Keid, Mat
thews, N, C. ; M. L. Robbins,High Point,
N. C; Cip Rankin, care of J. S. Neil,
Henry s, McDowell co N. C: F. B.
Rees, Taylorsville, N. C. ; J. E. Sterne,
Selma, Ala. ; Mose Sinsheimer, 720 7th
St., Washington, D. C. ; J. P. Sossaman,
no address ; J. T. Sheppard, no address ;
Miss Alice Taylor, Hebron, X. C. ; A. A.
Thompson & Co., 2lo Water St., N. 1 .
Returning Taxables-Important to
The tax assessors appointed by the
board of county commissioners opened
their books on the first of June, as re
quired by section 3 of the , machinery
act. xnis section proviaes inac -eacn
township assessor shall advertise in
five or more public places within his.
townshis immediately after said May
meeting, notifying all tax-payers to re
turn to said assessors all the real es
tate and personal property which each
tax-payer shall own the first ( day of
June, requiring said return to be made
to said assessors" withm twenty days
after the first day of June, under the
pains and penalties imposed oy law.
The "pains and penalties reierrea to
are more explicitly stated in section 21,
which is unequivocal, and will be rigut-
The connty commissioners snan m-
seit in the abstract of the taxnist for
each township the description and val
uation of air-property not given in, -with
Hip-name, of-the oersons supposed to be
liable1! pbfltax' who failed to give
themselves inaiKLsnaii cnarge an sucn
persons witlrdouwetne tax witn wnicn
they wouiaherWJsjfybe chargeable,
unless sawraoiTxcxise tnereior De
rendeifajadraiJrpersons who are liable
for a polHKnSBfdJS jiyilfully fail to
give tMrnselfes tn Md-alTpersons who
own popejiymfilftiUyil to list it
withinl-inkrwed before the tax
taker and county commissioners, shall
be deemed guilty . 0tmidemeanor, and
on conviction thereof shall be fined not
more than fifty dollars, or imprisioned
not more than thirty days." '
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
In the Richmond p6Tic6 court, .Mon
day, F. H. McGuire, charged with as
saurtirig and bfeating John E. Poindex
ter, was honorably discharged from cus
tody. f Gen. Bradley T. Johnson publishes a
card, resigning his position of State
Senator, and bidding an affectionate
adieu to the people of Richmond and
Henrico. He will make his future home
in Baltimore., , . ,
The pWicllatlrshn NeWYork have
already been opened for the season.
During the bathing season of last year
2,457,557 bathers were registered, the ex
pense of .maintenance being $18,302.'
The baths are free.
Corn, per bush'l
Peas, " ,
dear Brer srae3. r. .
Coffee -if r, , ,
STRUP-- r . ; . t
' Sugai-huse ,
Yellow ... .t.'.t
Eggs, per dozen..
The happiest moment In a mother's life Is when
she heais others praise her baby, and the best
Irlend to all mothers is Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.whlch
relieves the sufferings of children caused by fret
fulness or Internal pains. It is free from Opiates.
Deal Gently with the Stomach.
If it proves refractory, mild discipline is the
thing to set lt right Not aU the nauseous draughts
and boluses ever Invented can do half as much to
remedy Its disorders as a few wlneglassfulls say
three a day of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which
will afford it speedy relief, and eventually banish
every dyspeptic and bilious symptom. Sick head
ache, nervousness, sallowness of the complexion,
fur upon the tongue, vertigo, and those many In
describable and disagreeable sensations caused by
indigestion, are too often perpetuated by injudi
cious dosing. An Immediate abandonment . of
such random and ill advised experiments should
be the first step in the dlrecUon of a cure; the
next step the use of this standard tonic alterative,
which has received the highest medical sanction
and won unprecedented popularity.
A Word xllh Practical People.
The climate of some parts of the South seems to
peculiarly foster three special scourges of the gen
eral health; these are yedow lever, periodically;
malarial fever and consumption or premature de
cline always. The result of all of them, when not
rapidly fatal. Is complete prostration f the whole
system, and in most cases, utter inability to derive
restoration from the nourishment ot ordinary food.
Then the doctors all say. the only thing the stom
ach and Dancreas. and liver., eah acceot and turn
into vitalizing blood and solid fibre is Cod Liver
Oil. or rather Scott's Emulsion of the Oil with the
HynonhosDhltes of Lime and Soda. ' This is a finer
nutrient man tne vu atone, ana is oesiaes a splen
did tonic, and tnen it nas not tne least aisagreea
ble taste or odor, and is acceptable to the most
They Abide Steadily in Good Works.
Generals G T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, and J.
A. Early, of Virginia, still continue to faithfully
and energetically discharge their duties as commis
sioners on Denaii ot tne state ana reopie, ana win
eive the next Brand semi-annual drawing of the
Louisiana state Lottery (tne luwtn in numoer or
monthly drawings), their personal supervision, and
assume the sole management of the distribution
which occurs promptly at noon on Tuesday, June
17th. 1879. at tne opera nouse in new uneans.
For further information address, ere lt is too late,
M. A. Dauphin, P. O. Box 692, New Orleans.
To all who are suffering from the errors and in
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, dec, I will send a recipe that
will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remeay was oiacuvereu uj a wissiuucuj m 4
South America. Send a self -addressed envelope
to the REV. JOSEPH T. IN MAN, stanon v, rew
natter to be In-
; .-!.: ..fl'lb it:.
A Carioun Letter
A letter has recently been8 ;recei ved
by a negro man at Matthews' jStatibn in
this county, which has created a ripple
of ejceitementln the community. The
negroit seem applied to & young man
in the neighborhood to read the letter to
him, being unable tof rea&hjmself, and
in this way the facts in the case became
public. The letter .was dated at Hamp
toU & O, and Ws'igned by aname to
iwhiefa was attachedl the word .rsecre-
t&ryf1 The letter' lntormea tne;' negro
burn the houses andarftilroaabradaes in
the countrrandwent fflrto- say-that
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS,
JUNE 5, 1879
At a meeting ofthe directory of tmT
Young Men's Christian Association,';!
Tuesday nightvthefollowmg gentlemen 1
were appointed1 delegated to the State
AuvtatfA ' &ixrrl: V.JBrttt. Mai.:MCr,
Leod. Carvt. Brenizer and Mr. W. B. NlS-
J;t, the president and secretary being,
'-officio delegates s ': ; "r4 i'
The rpppn r. nlmnere of schedules has,
necessitated ; changes ' in the postoffice.
hours. The evenrnur .Northern: man
now closes at 3.15 p. ni and' the matl-j about the whotoiBsat!
norn the South ' openrBaJ4.i p. m.
Hereafter the office .will, be open Bun
day mornings from1 8 to "9 o'clock, in
stead of from 9 to 10 as heretofore.! '
County CommIljacr J QO
The board was in session again yesK
terday, and devoted 'the day almost
r.iusively to the jappomtmenr, or superw
sors of the public roads, in accordah'c
With fhA-rtrrtviainnfl nf ' -t.hft -nev; road
law for MecklenbuiE-C Their Worfe will
we completed to-day. - - ui"-u- 1 "
, The petition of D. P. Hutchinson,;; J,
'S. Mvers. and others, nraving that the
coimtv reimbnrsa them tor money :aK
vanced to build the county fence, which
ley expected! to have returned to. puem
by individual 'subeeriutionsbf ..farmers.
was deferred fr final; cnsi4eratvpn,n5
ui tne j my meeting. VM .v
No other business of, public! 'interest
was considered, n . " " i l"? ' I '
rai.ttmohk OiU firms Southern 38a40, Wes-
tejtf white 6437.. do mixed 34a3o, Penusyl
vanin. HX.UII. rlHV uiitlKCb uuiii muire icuu
sylvania and Maryland 12al3. Provisions steady;
mess pork, old 10 50al0.75, new bullftmeats
loose shoulders 3, clear rib sides 4, packed
avaokv- haon shoulders .4iii. clear rib sides
hamafiLtaall. Lard refined tierces 7. Butter
nuiot. hntrw WAatm . . oaeked 12al4. rhlls .
tioffee firm: Rio careoes llal6. Whiskey duU
at 1.06. Sugar steady; A soft 8a.
rmnnmiTi THnur oule.t: family 5.10a6.00.
whflt m chod demand: red 1.09a.lO. corn steaay
A-rb 4Aii& voanrl- fr t.Vnft. AH 1 at 9aU, fljits stead v 3'2a35. Pork aulet and firm
Bulk meats strong; shoulders held 3.50, short ribs
sold 4.55, cash 4.66, seller jury, snort ciear .owi
hnnon easier: snouiaers 4.0ijaiav2, ciear rios o.uo,
.lour atria k sftnK7U. whlskev higher at 1.02.
Butter easier; lancy creamery lsazu, cnoice nes-
belli .CCriCl loavtt uuuiw vv m vamw i.
Bugai tWnhMds V&VtoXwi 4 4a8. New Or
leans 6iAa7iA. Hogs steady; common 2.50a3.15,
light 3.z0a3.45, packing 3.30a50, butchers 3.5a.
6U; receipts z,i; siupiucuwow. ,fj-i .
-uiriir vnpf iriniir no decided change: No. 2
2 35a3.10, superfine Western and State tt.45a3.S3T
Mfnmini to iod extra Western and State 3.75a
8 80, good to choice' do :8.&5a4.50; Southern flour
nniDh immon to fair extra 4.75a5.60; igood
to choice 'do e.65arS75. Wheat ungraded j win
ter red i,wjai.i, o. & uiiw mhw. w,u
ungrid4ia44, lo. 3. 40 OatsrSo 8, 38.
ntfaa mnAarutet demand: Rio Quoted In : car-
goesSfgal4Vi, In 3Ph lota limiojfr Sugar quiet
Cuba 6 5168, fair togoq4ren'g 6l4a7fl. Pfte?
ait.. -Mflnwi rjtnnarn a. i ia. ETiuiuictueu aw.
Powdered1 erushed'tM6tosgesNew jrrf;
leans 28a42. Rice In fair demand and l ste
Carolina quoted afrsa7t4, Louisiana 6UjaX
Pm4rna mAiu nn rimji u.uu. wu b.wubii
Lard-prime steam on spot .27a30. - Wluskei
nominal at 1.06. Freights quiet. ,
fhT?tflaot lrrtea'as?theyi61ia be
masjx xnem Tnenrroirey."; vf n w "c"
n v rm - ri rii i m c lain 1
Some reference-having boon made to
a former ieier, wo uokiu ,iuuo,.Uu
a Qa tAiriis and exhibited another sign-
a-KM iior fi4rii(' to ' whicb "was at
tached the word.presidentf s j was
oo ,irrnrf. Rxnatireierrea-ia juae or
man to whom tney were aumvmsaw. piat
&i(xto?JR 5l"at?9nbfA. 'nl : I 'I. 'I Wl .
The negro pretends to
hasifiard from the.lettfrerH.e nas peen
abdntttiWs atfcirfv for several
weefcSi and was formerly employed on
fh naiififtrJGeatraliaiailway as one of
"" y . - . iiii. au
Hifharcred rnmrthe road, tnai ne came
11 .42a. 44
' CITT COTTON MARKET.
Office of the Obsbbtk,' .
Charlotte, June 6, 1879. i
The market, yesterday closed steady, as follows:
Good middling . 12
Middling... ,f ,. w. I2r5
Strict low middling. 1 2i&
Low middling. 128
Tinges , 12
Lower grades lOiAal 1
CHAR LOT! E Plt.DUCE MARKET
.-303 mli Mtsiisnoftrsb svjisf v? brt9H
1 I S
. s 5 S 6
makers, which win be sold at the very lowest prices.-"Also a full lineipf
AiaJargeBtoefaSlippr3.B WntsfgoodaiW have a full stock 6t the best, goods.
convince you; tktt 3B6 3eiVOTe.ainB arucie sold eisewnere in tne city rrom io to ao per cent, cneaper. ,
. 3.'.r.v .sv.i i amirhm j:.ii'i At .... - . .. . . v--. - ,
P. S I take pleaswe-iDf ajiujMihgtri my old friends that I am'ndW' staying 'with Mr. Moyer,r and feel satisfied that
with an exrrieHepr! years m the Shoe' and Hat business,; I (Jatr sell you goods in that line to your satis
ITia OmunmiO Very respectfully, ' -: '' -J
. . .l.'vr i !
Another arrival ot household and; other useful articles, for our famous ;
at .: :! y... : if .
F t ViE . jC E IS T C Q U N T E
Far superior to aU; others received
I -!!it ii!r!t i'ul V'.i !,f.r -M
Also, a, beautiful variety of
I' i!-.t-lJ I
i I 1
PERGATiF,S;fAND f IINTS , LINEN" ;MWN8, PLAIN AND FANCY.
??TT!ST 1 BEsiGNsiN
HMBtSES Eti(MNGS;iNSEBmGS AND LACES.
MAT 3(0. i8'79.
Ease Attainable by the Eheumatle,
Yes, although they may despair of relief, it Is
attainable by rheumatie sufierers, for there is a
remedy which carries off, by means of increased
activity of the kidneys Important channels for
blood purification the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the -painful
symptoms a theory completely borne oufc-by urin
ry analysis. r: Tne name or this- grand depurent is
lostetters. a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion. of the blood with the bile and a certain
rnaaus of relief in dyspepsia, fey$r and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
jTTENf ION H. N R - u a
You are hereby ordered to appear at your armoiy
in full uniform, without cross belts, for regular
monthly parade, at 6 o'clock sharp. By order
S. a. rtsuKAJa, Captain.
F. J. Abbess, O. S. 14 ,
and everything in the line at lowest
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
KORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
Secretar r and Treasurer's Office.
Company Shops, N. C, May 31st, 1879. 1
The Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the North Carolina Railroad company win
be held in Charlotte. N. C, on the second Thursday
of .July, 1S79; and tha transfer books of stock of
said company will be closed from the date until
after the meeting. W. L. THORNBURG.
secy in. u. k. it. vx.
June 3 dlw&tiot.
PARKLING CATAWBA SPRINGS.
WESTERN, N. C.
Lonz and favorablf fch&wrf for" their anti dys
tic ana alterative loAlc Kvalers. opened 20th 1
1879- Board $2 per day, and reduced rates for
a longer time, and families. Invalids will have the
advantage of four different mineral waters, and In
addition, the Turkish hot-air, vapor and medicated
baths, if desired. i . ' . ,
spring situate 7 ranes nona 01 nicsory on
the Western North Carolina Railroad, over the
finest road In the State. For further information ,
address the proprietor.
Jfi. U. JS.LHUL J., JO. V.
Great Bargains hi
Ladies'. Linea Uisters and Dreseg,
i I f.
RY, g()BETS AND DRESS LINEN.
i'l ?V:tT Hi
Be sure to call and lookat our groat bargain w&oflef this week i
u H. MORRIS & BROS.
We have lust received a spleliaid asVortmetrt of Rustic Frames, Jtpr mottoeirand various size pictures, at prices lower than ever known in Charlotte.
. , . . :.. . . . ;l jri, I out; . : bn; 1 :. 1 ,. :
June 1, 1879.
An elegant preparation for sustaining the vital
powers a nerve and brain food one dollar per
bottle. DR. T. C. SMITH, Druggist.
Fine Flavoring Extracts.
Lemon, Tanflla. PJnei Appier and Sirawberry, at
DR. T. C SMITHlS.DRUg STORE.
Elixirs and Fluid? Extracts,
The largest assortment ffi the dtjMmay be found
UK. T. U. SMITH'S BBUtf BWKI,
A Full Line of
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicines always! on
hand at DR. T. AgMITS'S RJpjOKE.
Sve, Soap and Resolvent. juBfrTeoelvBd at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRtPG STORE'
We are how displaying elegant lines of
We are now displaying elegant lines of
BLACK AND COLORED SILK GRENDINES,
BUNTINGS OF ALL COLORS
AND OTHER DRESS GOODS OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
This Department Is Replenished Daily.
This Department is Replenished Daily.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
Vitalized Phosphates. T,un;i I Milieu. Bedford
Springs Mastsand Seven SpriUBa.Mass, at
- " " DH. TrO. SWH DRUG STORE.
Ladies and Gents'
Shoulder Braces, Improved patterns, at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
One of our specialties we try to set the best call
and get some at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Vest Pocket Cure
And Horehound Cough Syrup each 25 cents a bot
tle, at DR. T.-C. SMITH'S DRUG STORK.
25c. Hair Dye.
Has been tried and found satisfactory: For sale
by DR, T. C. SMITH, Druggist.
For holding Kerosene Oil.
lotte, at uu. j . u
The cheapest In Char-
SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
may25 3jaw yn ujhu
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
-HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT.
HOT and cold water, unsurpassed mountain cli
mate, unequaied scenery, and magnificent ho
tel accommodations for eight hundred guests. Hot
baths. In conjunction with climatic Influences, al
most specific for rheumatism, neuralgic, nervous
and constitutional diseases, diseases of the skin.
kidneys and bladder, and inalartal, disorders. Send
ior aesenpuve circular. .' . .
Dr. Wm. H. HO WERTON; Proprietor.
0 9lfA vfi
LOCATED tea miles west of Taylorsville, on the
lB0ir road in Alexander county climate as
healthy as any where in North Carolina, Rooms
furnished- wKh- aorTwt$libutiroard at low terms.
PrffTltil'" """p Vnr fnrthpr nartlraiLara addreas.
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.'t'.-fernith's
Drug Store, opposite the Central HoteL - '
These Hot Days
Try Arctic Sodar Water, and Striding Ginger Ale,
5 cents a glass, at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
If You Smoke
Don't forget to try the 5 cent Cigars for sale at
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
. PARTICULARS NUMBER OH St ADDRESS:
WhiteSewing Machine Co.'
Girls' and Boys' Suits,
DRESS MAKJESl,i ' r , 0
.. WRAPJ y K 1 '
, , NECKTIES,
SKIRT BRAID, 't
SEWING SILK,' ;
: FANCY GOODS, 4be
BY TIT ATT..
Send for Samples or irformation, and
satisfy yourself how cheaply and quickly
you" can get everything in
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
qf-u3 'hy Mailjor Express. We carry an
average stock of about 0400,000, all bought
for prompt casK iTTrl us.
nave tne Liiiaren sena jor asezoj our
Importers and Retailers,
Established 185B. . . . -
Cotton in lots to suit purchasers. Call on
J. C. BURROUGHS,
College Street, , ,
June 5 3t. Charlotte, N. J." '
"PRE YORKVILLE NEWS.
The above will be the name of a weekly Demo
cratic newspaper, the publication of which will be
commenced at an early day at Yorkville, S. C, by
W. M. WarUck. v ..
v The News wilt be a good advertising medium for
the business men of Charlotte, as the paper will
have a large circulation in the counties of Lincoln,
Gaston and Catawba, North Carolina. - ,
The price. of subscription will be $2 per annum.
Address, W; M. WARLICK,
; Jttne8.i3vci.ii r i rYorkyille, S. C. ,
BL J. ALSPAUGH.
(leat oldnd.IihcVal Springs
mW OPEN' JUNE in$!9i
hee .Springs. e, ajnllfia
one mue ,nonws.iM. Wl.
for jinfpat ha
fasom Shelby, N. 0.,
Jay, ' Hacks;wlll b
t everi trata,' j -
, means 1 arhiteenien,-
vm,mr.onifit: mlddllne 12ic: net
087itTs '4-s; Atock 618j; (exports
29flC-2les 16O! exports -to Great Britain ,
m a vri-aI farmers in ilreneie
and li.0 Dt&sed,attything
.Lts nave eanwnttea to.th; Dints m Britain 2,903
suiitit carreiHi iniBiM''w'MwjiiTOi
community-4isposed to loplr. upon the
rha name time consider that ltus one
which rnnsti le jnyestigftted.
B AirniOBK Dull ; middling 13 1-16; low mldd?g i
lamiittoodHJHunaCTiiawjneiFeceipsB.. ? gwa.
561: sales 20; stock i,5au: exports wastwiiaj
tn Pniitinent : to Pranee
JJllll; . nilUlUJUg lOhii., " uuuuiuig
12; net receipts 830;
,Uos; exports j
ve element'Jtn the
WrLJraffros--Flrm; middling 12.: low mid
dltnff 12U&iiWio& 'brdmaryi lit neliftcefpts lit
cross : sales : stock 390; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise 5 to Great Britain, -; to Con;
nent -r-itQ channel . - . . .
Phtladklpkia Firm; middling 1 31,2c.; low
mlddUng l3iAc; good ordinary 124c; net receipts
r trrosi885; sales 269; 8plnnersr';r64; j stock
itHfitfl 1 exports to ureai btikub -
T. . a. .V.
L. S. WHilAMS, upe:
OS.!,, piiptwjr, . '
.aVrtlTA.TIKl' lO :ihi- fi'Su
1 If.c i
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
This Line being
fully equipped for business.
Wilmington and all Northern and Eastern Cities to
Greenville, Spartanburg, aQ Stations
Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio,
As well as points in Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as
(Ei-ifr si); A:
-1 . i. t
- -jLU 1 .r-
Pfne Apples', Imperial Orane4 Extra Large Lem
' - :' ; !rjreamCandW,Poi,-ie?f
Ml.i mv III .1.111 Hj IH III MJMWM I Mil 11
i -HI AtHi
F-. W. CL ARK
Wilmington. N. C,
li I, i L ! I.v ,
CALDWBLll'HOtJSE CALDWELL HOUSTT'
ALDWELL'HODSK, CALDWELL HOUsHi
;t? CHARIXITTE,' iN. -C, . -CPA,
hi'yliJ4 "''' ihul u -U:
her "'Sk. ' ' fineefitT' terms far tne
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
offers unequalled facilities for the Transportlon of
Charlotte, Statesvllle, Ashevllle, Butberfordtoo
on the ASanS Richmond Air-Line,
and WesterjjTN. C. Railroads,
Alabama and Mississippi.
via any Competing Line, and Time as Quick.
upon application to
Xr& "'" -, TT. SMITH,
I ... Agent C C Railway, Charlotte.
5I'-. . .J ,', .
it 1 iMMt ttnu .if 'J-Ji
1 'i:ti :'j('f(S.fi:.'.-DBTO STORX. i :: Ji . .
iri&f piotkkaM I gdaraTitee enCre
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina, Y
iliiiAvm -43tatjlllBvN.Cil:88t 18791 Jssi
t Belaed forvlolaHoii ofi Internal. ,Bv;e
wuedbrWfB- Selgrist. One barrel of whiskey,
owned by W. A Bailey. -jjjf - ,f 1,5 -
. Notice is hereby given to the ownerd? clalmania
of the above-described property to appear before
me at my 'office In Statesvllle,' add fofke claim;
thambi ivf ore the exnl ration of thirty oavs CBOhV
date hereof.OtthB.ameiwUiril forfeited tgttf
i ;infry2S;.Stla90dys3 .
781 4bf tJf no
: :onl)Km AunmfamifwMr? j t ? YEy GrR AHAMs
u'i , 1 1 fc-Biwni JclChlfi deriKiW..aSheIbnrh :Ai l' ' 1 'w'JB&llJftt;
T' --A -r - avama tT
5SOCMt''na09ra Iaoh339h nria fito ..?
ocets -fiit .,eia7S5trJ3 , si ,ddo tinJsSra ;bfeg
COlieCtOT, i,TWiies, IS auracuug um au.j;ttupur m'yraso iron
i" I wish tomdnteethemseTveiiStnUllne . '
f town; and will cure all CornsBnnlons, ChllblalnSj
i ingrowing xtanw ana sore reel generally; x m ail
caes; 01; uorns, , ttuniuna,nuDiains or uigrowmg
Nails he cuaranteea.io .Rive permanent relleL-la
from three txr five-rmutes.vrtthout the ostvpf;n4
'c&kes A tV?-0"! sr FBATHXB'S, .
Addwsihrough PortOfoceAti myai-iir rMJrV'."-PI;'m(:te 8tret