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RAILROAD DIRECTORY i -v? -l W
The following table show Uie Tanning of passen
eer trains to and from Charlotte. , on, all. the rail
roads (Washington tone): - - - - - -
Bicmoim BAffmxx. ,,,-t I
Arrives from Blchmond and Goldsboro, 12 40 a. m.
Leaves for & MM i"'flU0a.va
Arrives from Richmond, . . . . . ..v.-.i..- 1 1.12 a. m.
Leavesfor ' 8.65 p. n(
ATLANTA CHAKITTrB AIB-UK. ;' ;,. ;
Arrives from Atlanta,,,, ;-,,..,,,.-,. , 3.40 a. m.
Leaves for Atlanta,.. ...... t,,, 12.40 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta, 3 55 p. m.
Leaves for Atlanta,...;. . . i ..- . , . . . . J 1.12 a. m.
CHARIiOTTK, COLUMBIA 4k AUGUSTA. .
Arrives from Augusta,,,.....'.. :8i50 p. m.
Leaves for Augusta,..-.,..........,'..., 12.46 a. m.
Arrives from Columbia (ac. Freight). 12.10 p. m.
Leavesfor Columbia,,,. ff... : 2.1$ p. m.
CABOUNA CXNTKAI. y I. ST'J '
vriivesfrom Wilmington,. .....,.. 8.20a.m.
Leaves for Wilmington, i. .-.'. .'. til 8.25 p; m.
i rrlves from Shelby, , 5.05 p. m.
Leaves for Shelby 8.40a. m.
ATLANTIC, TKNHE3SKB OHIO. j j'
v rrlves from Statesvtlle, 8.00 p. m.
Leaves for State8vllle,.v.i .... 8.00 a. m
INUICATIONS. ' :
Office Chief, jsiGNAL Officer,
-1 Wasiiin6ton? Jane1r J :30 p. m.
"For the South Atlantic'and EastCulf
States, higliev pressure, northeast to
so u theast winds, slightly cooler cloudy
or partly cloudy- weather, and light local
niins are probable.
Local It epor t for V ettterda jr. .
Relative Humidity, . . .
a' md Direction......
' E. .;'
- 8 '
Highest temperatureHjBg deg.; lowest 67. f 1
Meteorological Record. Xf'
WE ATHTSB REPORT, JUNK 7, 4:20 P. M."
I 80.039 30.011
N. E. N. E.
- Fair. Fair.
29.97 82 N."' , 7
30.02 86 S. E. 4
30.06 80 E. 22
49.99 81' E. 8
29.87 85 8. E. 11
29.92 83 8.E, : ! 12
29.90 82 E. 14
80.0" 82 N.E. 3
30.01 86 a E. 8
241,99 81 E.
30.05 80 E, 8
29.95 78 E. 19
30 00 85 S. W. 13
30.05 85 N. W. 4
30.06 76 N. E. 12
29.96 87 E. 2
Index to New A&vertiecneiM
WMkowsky Sc Baroch Mosquito Nettings,
C. B. Wm. Lee Wolfe Notice.
R. M. Miller & Sons Webster Wagons,
brothers & Rankin Boots A Shoes.
M. C. DUon Piedmont Nurseries,
s. W. Goodson Public Lecture.
The courts were more than usually
The beer garden and the park will vie
with each other to-day.
Mecklenburg fanners are wrestling
manfully with the grass.
Commencement week at Davidson
College. They are expecting a big
The length of this day is 14 hours and
r.l minutes. It is within three minutes
of the longest day in the year.
The sum of five dollars was taken in
at the mayor's court yesterday morning
for assault and battery cases. '
The only social event or Interest dur
ing the coming weekwill be the C. M.
1 . hop next Friday night
The amount of money paid out for
the keeping of prisoners in Mecklen
burg county jail last month was 8238.50.
The city was alive with-handsome
turnouts yesterday afternoon. No other
place in North Carolina can compare
with this in that particular.
People have begun to write for preg
mium lists for the next fair to be held
in Charlotte. Isn't it about time the
executive committee was- getting it
OUt?. . i,- f .'
The parties in charge of Beileniont
Park guarantee that order will be pre
served there on Sundays and any;, occa
sion of a public assembling there."
The junior dance ! club had a pleasant
dav of it at JMleittoht Park yesterday.
They took a, , band long ud. jspeh ai
most the entire day in ' dancing on the
for the purpose.'. '".'.",.-', htiu'i'jh
Hickory Prm-' Hoke Secrebt,.the wife
and child murderer, ' li'r'Mairln.
jail, cried like a child last week-pon
liearing of the death of Mr. FinleyT the
jailor, and refused $11 donifprtjwhue lie'
lay a corpse, . . . ; "''iL'C't, .'',)''
It has been agreed ;.th;at'!'s)nie time
during the latter part VOtW'rdsiEiiit
month, a moonlight efcwilir be 'given
for the benefit of the ,Home and Hospi
1 al. A dime concertwill also probably
he given at an earlier. daj;fpni iho beuer:
lit of this institution. vf)'i i ' u
As will be seen from our 'advertising'
. columns, Rev. Dr. Alexander Clark, of
Pittsburg, Pa., a gentleman who is well
known in the lecture field, will deliver
one of his most . popular lectures in
StatesvUle next Tuesday night.-
The final concert nf the Charlotte In-.
stituta ifor-TTMmg' liadies,'i Tuesday
nignt. The cards or admission state
explicity .that thft concert will begrrrat
8.30, and ho one-will W admitted after'
wards. except during the intervals be
tween the pieces.
The country treasurer has been au
thorized, to pay thefTCoupons4jn the
Mecklenburg bonds issued pri tyilmingJ
ton, Charlotte & Butherfora Kailroad.
There are now outstanding ' of those
bonds $22,100, the interest on ''.which is
Kanitarr Itleaurei.r .
The board of ,aldermen at its last
meetinz strengthened the ordinance in
relation to stagnant water on private
1'ieuuses vy tne aaainon qe. jne r woias
"sluggish", and1, "mkt&sJio, &at'rthe
ordinance now reads a follows:
"That from and after the 1st day of
'"ly, 1873, any person or person body
politic or corporate, who shall ;know
ingry and willfullv nermit statmantor
sluggish Water to tfe and remain in any
pool, pond, marsh or open vessel, on mai
her or their lot or lots, or premises, of
upon anv lokloti orwemises: 6f which
he, she or they have possession or con
noi, witnin the city, for the lengxn 01
48 hours at any one time after notice
mereof, shall be guilty ofcac miedemean-J
r, and forfeit and pay flaa fium-'of -fenn
dollars to the city authorities for: the
use of said city, for each and every;. day
aajawaxes snailf De auowea to con
tinue as afnroaQiil " - . if
The closing'exer'ciS of Betbel ca4-
Bikuumu in wis county, xour iuiicb
iiom Davidson Collecrfei came- 6ff Fri-
lay- Between : f our, ajid five hundred
persons were In attendance.' sThe ad-
V.ress was made bv' Cant. Cal.-OrfeiVofi'Wmrit.'c20itf
' 01 compositions anq aeciamaiioi oyr
lie pupils., , ,Tbe. L8Qtiool isundepthet
m: is: mia ouri8hing,-endrtionr'
it :l not iperfectlr fooavenlerit ta consult tout
pnj'8!ciaii.for every Headache or ettaeic: of Indlges-i
"Bicn-may-treuble you, tm 1M Dota isaj
iid coaTenlentta use Dr. -Bull's Baltimore Pills,
PromPr relieve tbe discomfort of , these at-.
'.ICRS...,', jf -, -, . ' , .
S m etttlnjr About . the Englishmaa
' to b Jarned from HJa Letter. ; ;
ro'Xwo or three men took the bod v of
the Englishman who" was drowned in
Phifer's pond, from Mr; Green Solo
man's boarding Jioiise, yesterday after
noon, and burled, it? ia tlfc potters field
in ; Elm wood cemetery. The remains
were encased in a plain but neat coffin.
and were given a decent burial in all
The coroner summoned a jury of
well known citizens and the; facts con
nected with the drowning were thor
oughly sifted to ascertain;, witb abso
lute certainty that it was accidental.
The investigation brought out nothing
which -; would indicate ; the - contrary.
There was nothing to show , that he
had been drinking. It was generally
believed he was seized with the cramp.
' Very little more was found out yes
terday pf the man than was known the
evening he was drowned. Mr. Solo
man knew nothing about him except
that he came there about a month ago
and asked for lodging, e was given
a room, and spent most Of the days out
of the house, engaged, as his landlord
was told, In repairing andteaning
sewing machines. ' This work Was
mostly done in the houses of the own
ers of the machines. He had a small
box of tools which 'he carried about
with him. This was the only baggage
in his room , except a complete change
of clothing. He told Mr. Soloman
when he came here that he had a check
fox his trunk but that the trunk had
been detained. A search for the check
was made by J the coroner, but it could
not be found. "' ' '
The only hope of finding out anything
of the man . lay in : what could be dis-,
covered from the contents of his pock
ets. These contained 'a ' Colored silk
handkerchief, a pair of gold or plated
cuff buttons,i'two-knives, a lead: pencil,'
several pictures, in; the order of 'caricar
tures, an old and some what worn photo
graph of a young woman,. two neat,
leather-bound note , books, two dollars
and three ,;3ents u silver arid popper:
coins, ana, nnaiiy, two letters. 'rom
the lettersndote-bwte it was learnHtltute, at the First Presbyterian church
ed that his name is, J, C Benton. Verv
little else can be Warned. One of the
letters is dated Toccoa, Ga and is
duces him vto VMrs. Simpson' and in
forms that iady that, he, is capable of
j epamng. ner maciune. ine .ptner is
Ather?ia.r:and appears tosbe
a reply to Benton inquiring the where
abouts of W. B. East, and signed A.
Coleman. This states that East had
gone to Norfolk, Va.
;t The note-books have been very little
used. One is a diary which appears to
run only through the month of April.
It is written in an almost illegible
hand a mere scrawl and contains no
information even as to where he was
at the time it was written. The follow
ing is a specimen of the record of each
day : "Cold and cloudy. Worked hard
all day. Went over to see Mrs. M's.
daughter at night ; am about to fall in
love with her."
The other note-book is marked "Mer
chant s .Book, and contains what, ap
pears to be the names of persons at
whose houses he was to call and get
work, but the hand-writing is so bad
that none of the names can be clearly
On a page of one of the note-books is
written a letter, dated Atlanta, May
8th,- and signed by Benton himself.
From what can be made out of it, it ap
pears to be an application to some sort
of manufacturing company for work
This gives the only information to be
found in eithgr of the letters or note
books of Uenton s antecedents, it states
that he learned his trade in London,
England: that he has been in America
only about ten months; that he has
been traveling over the country re
pairihg sewing machines,but has grown
weary of this kind of life and wants
This is all that is known or .Benton.
The coroner has taken' nossession of,
all the articles referred to in the above;
except ! the tool chest. Mr. Solomon
claimed this as ; collateral for Benton's
board, and was allowed 19 keep it,,
Brother & Rankin.
This firm has an advertisement,, to
which we direct attention; in to-day s
Observer.. Mr. Brothers is -a -well-
known citizen; Mr. Rankin is a young
man of energy and a number of years'
experience, m ms ousiness. ma rela
tions witl large boot 'and "shoe"' houses
of the Northern cities are suclfcthat.he,
inght to De aoie to duv to aavantage,.
and -we- havft-.aaaoujot me- nrm- are
sablje to make good to their rpatrons the
Chaocei of 8cfie4all?r
On and afMJkraEBUxavlMnday),
night schedi? Wftf iwj eratejcPajn the
W estern J otTOJuatpiraagan
Tennessee &,phioRatlroads,The. train
going west or.we first named"r6ad will
connect at SalisbTirVi'wtUitbe: train on
WO XV1CUU1U11U Oil -AaiiiK."o uuuuau,
which passes Sabisbury qoniihg south
at 10 : 36 W ; to. ; 'and pmg;: easfcrr.the;
Western N. C." train, wiR Connect .with
the Richmond & Danville train which
passes Salisbury coiner north about 6 a.
m. in consequence 01 tois cnange tne
t.rai if on1 1 1 thfe Atlantic.Tehnessee &
Ohio Railroad will, oh, acid after Uhmotrl
rw night, leave Charlotte about fl 'P
leave StatesYilta but 3 US. a.rm, ,and
arrive coanotta. aDouinau afcUMinus
maintaining close connection at States
vUle with Jtf aihS both !' way s'bn .the
4nd We8tn xos'inaxiJpTspect or a
good bjisinesfi H r, thesuiiahiei'iiroW.
minorton. Kaleiern ana in on out .jy tno
O - a 1 1
new acneduies trffiYraoanuon an wit
hiiainpss. Rmce thev:iose connection
both tytfW fyWQ j f
AUnncM ,iu;f v'-,ii
tavatr ypieq. ia vpiiiisi(. ju wittv
At a meetinsr held In the couxthousdi
yestetdayfpr the purpose Of organizing';
a eavalrrcomoanv. Dri'Ji'Mi Millet-was ,
called to the chair,-and A-T.JIoss ap-X
'nnf ntrtt! Mil TJt " its ti'.;i. u ; tit a-
fin uoniuiauwii anu J3v-juiw.-r-.
W: Flemmina1 8. H. 'Hilton. -a -Ni? Q?
Butt LDayidson, JKrB- PTrnr
T. h: kosL Georee Carr. - - - etrte
" - T r W - .- t I
After a general naflge-yiewvjrT
aU presentrit; waidecided W postpone
the electionof Officers Uhtil the nfe&
TnfletTng. which U callfid for Satnrnay.
Tnno eifc. whfln all those :from the
county WhaZ neaixei m HpimeCC ,tnen
selves With, the Company are earnestly, I in every instance. So also In chronic cases lis ac
requested to bepresentir.r Wu ? - p tloalspromptan4deeisiye, aflBvasthec6r4s
i . . ' - ii . M , j.
i meeting of bis-
ri early organization,
tt-.t, I. ' i. .!..! -.'.W i vi sw bits
; 1. 1 tsMiix iiik,iAfiviAtjWW'sr
f feuberaatorlal' nomlnaHori was' ' because nbadotf
Iteen fairly ireaieo ' dj mo nojjaui!au..-. iiwwm
teares lor chafes of all kinds u jjenry-s trDono
Salvel Try it; and be wnrlnced. Beware of coup-
e from the determinationmsplayed
. . . 1 . i . .. ' . i . . .fa
y juw Vie -
North : Carolina ; Railroad, has
INorth on aJTUsinesfftripcTni ? fX
It is stated that the RkMgft A'Afigik
ta Air-Line road will soon put on sleep
ers to i run between Raleigh & Char
lotte. This begins to-look like busi
The Toads are all running with the
sass aaascswiTY book store
seauence. , r - . 9
.mining Holes. .
At the meeting of the mining board
night before last only routine business
was transacted. . . . , t , f , r,,
no information of importance was
elicited. Work at most of the mines in
operation continues unchanged.
Good progress has been made in free
ing the King's Mountain mine from
-Work aHb4 rrirfiie piogtefese
favorably, and apparently to the satis
faction of the lessees.
Several mines have been re-opened in
Cabarrus county, and if Dr. Meares
should be successful on a commercial
scale as, he. claims, in, his. experimental
runs, ilisjhghi robalTle t&aMwfesei
and other mines would be largely oper
ated. Dr. Meares is working with great
persistency and energy, and is deserv
ing of success.
, Mining work still goes on in Davie,
Montgomery, Rowan and Stanley coun
ties. -Silver'Hill is reported sold, and a
party from Boston with an expert have,
recently Visited other mines in that sec-3
tion'with a view to purchase.-" -
Iocal Religion Notes.
SVnce the deliverances of the General
Assembly on the subject.
Rev. J. C. Hiden, of Greenville, S. C,
passed, tjhrpugh -the city a day or two a
ct foute to Wilmington, his old home,
le will deliver a public lecture during
his stay there.
RirR. Atkinsoaorincinal of the
tlns3tituiteK fdrOfoung Ladies,!
will deliver the annual sermon before
the cadftta nf thfl Parol ina. Hfilifn rxr Tn
tnis evening at 8 o clock.
Rev. 3.,Doty's allnegf (r?churcll Qast
Sunday -was ' Only tetaporary. He Vfll
conduct the usual services to-day.
Rev.: I. P. O'Connell, of St Peter's
Catholic, church, who went to New
York several weeks since, on a visit, is
detained there by sickness-. -Rev.
fephen Lyon, of the Monastery, will,
officiate at his church to-day.
Rev. Prof. Rahn, of Mount Pleasant,
will preach at the Lutheran church to
day. Pltifer'v P6n.
Within the past eighteen months four
persons have been -drowned in Phifer's
pond, near this city. Boys and men
alike should by this time learn to keep
put of it for their own safety, and in
addition to this risk the pond has been
posted and any one bathing there with
out permission is liable to indictment.
The publicity of the place should cause
Eeople to refrain from bathing there,
ut to such as do not regard this it may
be said that there is no more danger
ous body of water anywhere. Not only
is the descent into it entirely abrupt at
places, the water, at some points being
eight, ten and twelve feet deep six feet
from the shore, but the botton of the
pond is filled with springs, so that the wa
ter is alternately warm and cold, there
by rendering bathers there very liable
to attacks or cramp. These beiner the
qualities of this sheet of water, we ex
pect to continue to chronicle deaths bv
drowning as long as people continue to
go in bathing there.
i .- ' 1 ' ' S r- i :
Royal Arch IVIaons.
The delegates from Charlotte to the
Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons,
in Durham, report a pleasant and inter
esting meeting. The following officers
were elected tor the ensuing year:
Grand High priest c. M. V an Ors-
deli, of Wilmington.. , . . . i.
: Deputy ttrand lligli Priest W. T
Blackwell, of Durham."
Grand King S. H. Smithi of Wins
Grand Scribe Thomas Daniels.' of
Grand Treasurer John Nichols, of
Raleigh. . , . , ,
Grand Secretary D. v. IJain. of Ral
Grand Clraplain Rev: Dr. Whitfield.
of Charlotte . .w i, : 1 -a .
'Grand Captain of the Host Dr. E. H.
Greerie,rirf Charlotte. ll '
The following is Hlist of the,appoint-
ive othcers :
Grand Master of Third Veil J. II.
Patterson, of Newberae.
Grand Master of Second v ei I James
Miller, of Charlotte.
Grand Master of First v eil
Wall, of Durham.
The chapter adjourned after two days
session to meet next year at Wilson.
After aJLtbebusisess hodjbeen-traris-f
acted, Mr.-W. T Blackwell; of the firnf
of W. T. Blackwell & Co., the tobacco
nists, rigged up about a dozen teams, of
two and four horses, and carried all the
delegates over to Chapel Hill to attend
the University commencement exercis
es. The horses were ornamented with
flags, the wagons decorated with a few
u Durham Bulls," and when the train
arrived at Chapel Hill it created a sen
sation scarcely inferior to that which
follows upon the neeis or a circus.
While the partv were at Chapel Hill.
J&t, Blackwell also" set up an old-fash
ioned barbecue. The delegates were
charmed with the trip.
Ease A&&iifeJe UsAi EheuinitrW ) f
Yes. altboueh they mar despair of relief. It la
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is, a
remedy which carries off, by means of Increased
activity of the kidneys important channels, for
bipod purification the acrid element 'to which.
pathologists tne most eminent atmoute tne painiui
ijtnptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis, x no name oi mis grana aepurem is
Qostetters, a preparation' likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer oontamlna-
tlori of the blood with the bile and a certain
means of relief in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and is nigmy recommended as a medicinal
stimulant oy distinguished physicians ana analysts
who pronounce It to be eminently pure and very
wneucuu. xne press aiso engorges n.
Generals Q. T. Beaureeard. of Louisiana, and J.
. Ear It. of Virginia, sUU continue to faithfully
arid energetically discharge their duties as commis
sioners on oehaii ot the btate and reopie. and win
give the next grand semi-annual drawing of the
Louisiana State Lottery (the 109th In number of
monthly drawings), their personal supervision, and
ssome the sole management of the distribution
whtcn occurs promptly as aaoir-on Tuesday, June
17tn, 18? , at tne opera nouse in ew urieans.
For further tnIofraMkMattaress, ere It Is too late,
m. a. DauDhm. tr. u. uox om. xew urieans.
,tJ j i- -" m
5rjt is adapted especially to those cases where the
1 at tne "menses." Dr. J. Bradfleiu's Female Eegu-
I Wtor acts uira acnarm jnr wmie,-;rui suauen
j f mm(L or mt) causes, by restoring the discharge
i nnn mnm mimiiHNH hviin hiiii uraiiuuun, iutav.
Ask your aruggist lor a circular.
fe:iinay28 lm -nrcTrW 1 ft Ml
A Word wltk Practical people.
aiTbe curtate f some partJttb South seems to
peculiarly foster three special scourges of the gen-
malarial fever and consumDtlon or nremature de
.mine alwava. The iultSoJ 3U1 otiera.-WherrTiol
vapidly fatal. Is complete prostration rl the whole
system, and m mosi cases, uwennaDuuywaenve
resforanon irom tne nouns ihbi oi ordinary xooa.
Then the doctors all say. the only thing the stom-
iuh and nancreas. and . liver, can aeoeot and turn
lato vltpMzlngrbloiTd amt sojid: flowi Co Live?
Oil, or rather Scott's Emulsion of the Oil with the
HvnonhosDhltes of Lime and Soda. This Is a finer
nutrient than the Oil alone, and la besides a splen
did tonic, and then it has not the least disagreea
ble taste or odor, and ts acceptame to the most
- i 11 j jt ju
A well selected
Including Note, Letter, Sermon, Legal and Fools
cap, which they propose to sell cheap for cash.
Also French Paper of every description, with En
velopes to tnateiu.- lis J'iiy.-4im. ii i-n.
Aiso Paper in boxes, to suit the most fastidious
Wt'i H Si.
SOCIAL ETIQUETTE 0F NEW TORE.
IA standard treatise upon the laws of good society
irnew ions. . . ..Miu- ,uWi.d Ux. ,. .nti
,Ay. :4!iu-:.rO fHiJn; liK'f
Congress Tie Envelopes; a new lot Just received;
Edward Todd & Co.'s Celebrated
Pen by seme considered superior to a Gold Pen
TIDDY &BEO. are also agents for
ad any orders given them will receive prompt at
B. BDTTEHICK 4 CO.'S METBOPOtTTAN
For May, 1879, just received at
... TEDDY & BRO'S.
- CASH PAID FOB BAGS.
WHOisSAUt AfTD RETAIL
GROCERS and DEALERS in COUNTRY PRODUCE
eep constantly on hand
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS, TUR
KEYS, CABBAGE, IRISH POTATOES, AP
PLES, DREED FRUITS, Ac,
; Exclusive Dealers In
RAMSOUR & BONNIWELL'S and A. L. SHU-
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR.
ALSO, FBOPRTKTOK3 OF TBX
, i 5 j it ... . -,- ... , , ,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been refitted and newly furnished.
and Is kept in Bret class style.
Terms, Per Daj . v. i
S 2 00
Great Inducements offered to table board
ers; for terms see the proprietor. .
"Omnibus and Carriages at every train. g
FIELD BROTHERS. . ...J. Proprietors.
Mr. H. S. Wilson Labt Superintendents.
Hkhbt Wilponq,. Clerk.
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor;
Beduced rate 82.00 and $2.50, according to loca
. , ttlon ol Room.
M. L. HARNETT. Clerk, late of Planters' HoteL
Chablottk, Columbia akd Augubta R. R. ,
Colpmbia, S. C, May 31, 1879
On and after Sunday. June 1st. the passenger
schedule over this road will be as follows:
DAY PASSES CTEK.V
Leave Augusta ,i . . . w. . ..ii i( 50 a. k.
Arrive Columbia 10 48 A. it.
Leave Columbia, 10 65 a. k.
Arrive Charlotte 3 50 p.m.
FREIGHT WITH COACH ATTACHED,
GOIXG-Sotrm.! ' V t" I ' W
Leave Charlotte - 2 15 p.m
" Bocis HUl, . 4 45 P.M.
Chester, 6 80 p.m.
" Winnsboro, 9 05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.,.: 12 AO b. .
Leave Columbia . ' . ... . 1 00 a, m.
Arrive Augusta....: 9 00 A.K,
.Leave Chariotte.iviw.... ....1245 iu M
Arrive UoltunbULJ. Jwtiiv.wK'i, A--mtt n MO a. m
Leave Columbia .........1. 5 85 a.m
Arrive Augusta.... 9 25 a.m
I FREIGHT WITH COACH ATTACHED.
Going soots. v
5 15,p. x
Arrive Columbia . .
SttftJJfteHj 30 A. H.
5 45 A.H.
i uock mu,
Arrive at Charlotte.'.n .'s U tii J.'Aii 12 10 p. k,
Pullman PalaceXarsTnM Augusta W NewTrork
and from Greensboro to Augusta.
Reclining Sleeping; Chairs fronij DarMlle to
Washington via Lyncaburg. , u J .1
r. v. jUiinis, sjupenntenaent,
Jho. R,LK!MPho G..P; AgeinV iiil 'i i
D. Cabdwsll, - a
MilUirili ' 1'.' ' " 'lllilj tlilH
IlfWf;R'9o I.Mw nf rf'iw 1 : ;-rr-J mlv ho.
On and afterMoadayji May g6th,: the IpiJowlng
schedule will be run over this road dally (Sunday
excepted) i.,jt t ,oS ,tfi tssrfi M timw
Leave Charlotte.. 8 00 a. m.
f "Davidson Cbllee.m 6 ftfrn.
,Anll Statesvlflefr: .'J .II !20
" Connection made at pharlotte wlffiCarorlna Cen-
trai rauwayaaa at ttasvnie wun western norm
Carolina Railroad. vi, - -7.
All freleht offered forshlsment to Section House.
Henderson's, Alexandrians and Caldwell's rmusC -
D ; prcptuu, me uciug ouiuous, at wuoa
there are no Agents. The company will not be re
sponsible ior irtaewrteritsjaeuvery;atsaid sta
tions. ' -,-' , - -
i f--5?fJsusawSa.-J.rK)RMLET, --
may25 - : - Sup't.
m s k Of the mnstf erdebrated makers, which will be sold at the very lowest
M3WiLES'IEGiER'S ANt) DALSHEIMER'S SHOES
And a large stock of Slippers and Newpcrt Ties. ', Id ; Gents' goods we have a
convince ytrathaiwe sell the same article sold elsewhere, in the rit from 15 to
S. I take pleasure in announcing
t an experience ot te years la the
Democrat and Home copy.
F I V E
PERCALES AND PRlNTSv LINEN LAWNS,
Be sure to call aud look at our great bargains! we.pfler this week.
' We have Just received ia, splenflid assortmen
June 1,187. , . ,
r lad ,
Wheeler's Elixir Phosphates
An elegant preparation for sustaining the vital
powers a nerve and brain food one dollar per
botae. DR. T. C. SMITH, Druggist.
Fine Flavoring Extracts.
'.45'.' U 1 i tiA
Lemon, Yantlla, Pine Apble and Strawberry, at
DR. Ti C. SMITH'S DRlie BTOBE.
Elixirs and Fluid Extracts.
The largest assortment in the city may be found
at - - - DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
A Full Line of
HumDhrev's Homeorjathie Medicines'
Jiand at ; t j DR.T. C. SMITB pRU STjOqfE
Salve, Soap and Resolvent. Just received at . ,, -.-
" DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE. ' ' 1
Springs Mass an
hates, Tama? Iadien Bedjord
Seven Springs Mass, at ,
DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Ladies' and Gents'
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.
Vest Pocket Cure
And Horehound Cough Syrup, each 25 cents a bot
tle, at . ' DR. T. C. SMITH'S DRUG STORE
25c. Hair Dye.
Has been tried and found satisfactory. For sale
by .- DR, T. C. SMITH, Druggist.
For holding Kerosene OH. The cheapest in Char:
lotte, ar " ' DR. T. C:SMITH'S DRUG STORE. "
If i Merchants :
Will buy tneir Drugs and Medicines of Dr. T. C.
Smith, Druggist, at Charlotte, they will find prices
satisfactory and save freight charges from North
ejn markets. ,
Will find Ice Cold Soda Water at Dr. T. C. Smith's
Drug Store, opposite the Central Hotel. -r
These Hot Days
Try Arctic Soda Water, and Sparkling 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
Va. 1, v. tSJUlXU a UHVii oTUKjS.
Cotton in lots to subpurchasers, .fall en 'w
;! j c BURROUGHS,
June R Sfc" :
THE YRKFILlEXl!Wa fi ' ; ?
The above will he t.h namn nf wnnklv TVtmn.
rAatic newspaper, the publication of which wllf be
commenoed at an early day at Torkrllle, a C, hy
W.M. WarUcfc , ; ir .
. The Nswa will be a sood advertising medium for
thei business 'men of Charlotte; as the paper wilt
nave a large circulation in the counties of Li rwnln.
Gaston and Catawba, North Carolina. - i -: .
The price of subscrintion will be 2 ner annum.
Address, ... W. M. WARLJCK.
June 3. '. -s -i v . i -t u ri Yorkvllle a C
i. :t n
o its':-, iv
.V!-...l OZH'-'-r.i'i L.'?-3-A i
Bine APPles; Imperial Oranges, Extra' Large Lem-
m ons., Tresh. Caramels, Erencb, Plain and
Cream Candles; Pop Own, Ac.,
Fifteatm MrtlcnlarW riWeF iBwattJoh'df
(Ladles, aftfaottng the attenUon of those-Whtf
wish to indulge themselves in tWsltrre: 4 ,
J. FOYER'S NEW .SHOE STORE,
FOK'XADIES AND MISSES.
-n 1 i
to, my old mends mat l am now staying witu jsax jvxoyer, ana ieei sausuuu , tui.
Shoe and Hat business,5 1 cah sell yon goods in that line to your satisfaction. ' "
arrival of 'houseboid flndf other useful Articles for
C ENT COUNTER
superior to all others reeelvetl.
Also a beautiful variety ot
LOVEtY SXESIGNS IN
Great Bargains hi
Ladies9 Linen Ulsters and Dresses,
CORSETS AND DRESS LINEN.
tof Rustit? Frames, for mottoes and various size pictures, at prices lower than ever known In Charlotte. .
We are now displaying elegant Hnes of
BLACK AND COLORED SILK GRENDINES,
BUNTINGS OF ALL COLORS
AND OTHER DRESS GOODS OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
kThis Department is Replenished Daily.
, -THE BUT
s FOR PARTICULARS -. "iwutn ADDRESS:
whiteSewing Machine Co. Cleveland, ohio.
1 1 ' HOSIERY,
Girls' and Boya Snlts,
' Ladle' Underwear,
I i i i i: Inftmf Ontflta,
PRESS KAKIXG, j v
: BOTTOBrs,.,., .;,
SKTRT1 BRAID, J
SEWING SILK1' .
- ill. vjy-RI3IGES,,;i .
.'! i v.q,- -;! v NEEDLES,
FANCY. GQQDS, to,!
QAROLDf A CENTRAL
' ' 1 !' i tlX WILMDJGTON,
, ' TEtRpUGti FREIGHT RpUTE
: 1 f:i '."!!( i I
This, Line , being; fully -equipped, for business,
Freight.from : ,,;; fj .,
' : ' :i,,',:fi!i,i ' '":) .v -f;i
hi". Jf i! ; i !.::
Wilmington and all Jfefthcm and Eastern Cities to
' , Greenvllie, Spartanburg all . Stations
i '.; . i , -. AtUiti Tennessee & Ohio,
: ;t-,i. ;:t;f ..'f t-v.y, jj-Vitt t;; ;h
' -! .u-i ,'(!:';. 3ii.r''i:fi-1' .M'U r
As well ts points la Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed' as Low as
i-1- . !J-r,iif-.'-5
! xliri!jn-v- '..u;
W.CLAREi: ' -
; -II1 f'-i U itr.xtiU lilt .' u-!J .-i i!'.-: ' .;.!)
t -7-f 'W-'JJi,'!
CALDWELL HOUSE,1 ? CALDWELL ' HOUS
ALDWELL HOUSE, CALDWELL HOUS
i . Next door to City Clock,
CHARLOTTE N. C, .
J3. P. CALDWELL,, ,;. Proprietor.
TERM&HSi2$ ;per ' day.' Special 'terms by the
j. aj -vi BO Tt X TJ HO USE
i l MVSfPW' -
: PtJ lo Hotel,. RalelghJ il 7i l: ,
( a a Brown,; Jr. Chief Clerict W O fihelburn As
. ferVtWw.n'V' 'J-'l i, .!
- Dr. Charles Brown, from London, England, Is in
town, and will cure all Corns, Bunions, ChUblalns,
ingrowing Nails; and sora feet generally; In all
eases of Corns; Bonlonsj ChUblalns or- mgrowtag
Nails he-' guarantees- W give- permammf relief , in
from three to-fiw-winutes. without the un of in
struments,' nd without drawing blood. - u -!
AddressthronghPwrtomceTT 'i' mySltw''''!
prices. : Also a full line of
full stock of the best goods. A trial will
20 per cnt cheaper. , , ,, t
PLAIN AND FANCY.
H. MORRIS & BROS.
We are now displaying elegant lines of
This Department is Replenished Daily.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
Send for Samples or irformation, and
satisfy yowsdf how , cheaply and quickly
you can get everything in ,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
of, us by Mail or Express , We carry an
average stock of about $400,000, all bought
cash. ; WSTTry us.
" Have the Children tend for a set of our
COOPER & CONARD,
a ImporterG and Retailers,
Established 186a - ' .
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH.
oaers tmetnialled faclllUes for tile, frfthsportlon of
Btatesvile, Asberlue, Rutherfordton
on th Atlanta a RichmoM Arr-Line. .
and Western N. C. Railroads, -
' " .'!:;,! .' !":;:''.. ' .
; l -: '- . . - . - ' .
Alabama and Mississippi. 1
Tla any Competing Line, and Time as Quick.
upoa application to
:':-k: . ; . T. T. SMITH,
Agent C. C Railway, Charlotte.
R. A W. ALEXANDER,
- ; . DENTIST- I '
- i ' ' . r 7 .
OFFICE OYER L B. WRISTON ft COS
' .- DSUO SlDKl.' - ',!-
'Wlta 2&r years? experienc I guarantee cnttw
L ti .. r ....
AT PRATHERa ;
Pound, Sponge Fruit, Jelly, and aU kinds et Fahcy -
CUteSat''1,1 ""C'A FBATHERk:i !;