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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ( :. , , ,t,, : 'Z, ' T ' - ' y""''" -:' - - - - - - '
The following table shows the running of passen
trains to and bom Charlotte, on ail an rau
, Waahlno-tan HfnA ' .
roads (Washington Ume);
' BI0HJKJS1) PUHTOAA
Leaves tor .,,-." ,-,-vi -ii, to ;MMi!k...5S-
Leaves for .a:;.rfHr Sffi5p.m.
ATLANTA CHABLOTW AIB-LIWW. '
Arrives from AUanta,'. . U: !"Vf . ,, JS.40a.rn.
Leaves for Atlanta?. ff 40 a. m.
ArrlTes from Atlairi. Vp' r-?- r lW m
Leaves for AUatuUXiW.yly.. JH2.1 m.
CHARLOTTE, OODKBIA A AUOUBTA. 1
Arrives from -AtuateJ?.JJ:t'..:i.iv. j50 p. m.
iATB for Aueuata.iuKi.v-jj. vi... 12i45a. m.
Arrives from Columbia (ac Freight)-.
Leaves for Columbia, o ,
u.- 1 CAlMUn A CKNTBAIi. . j
Leaves for WllmlngtftU4fi(j'OriM''J-i-
Arrives from Shelby.
r.Hvea for Shelby... .l -jji -
ArrtvwfiomtaiMv)Bte '&P' m-
Leaves forStatesvine.... -8.30 a. m
I a. m.
15 p. m.
25JP5 p. tn.
p40 a. m.
AVAR DEPAKTMEKT )
AV AsuiNGTOTt Jym&M'Xoy
For the Smith Atlantic Hn,d Eas GfJlf
sutes, higher pi-essaret: aoutuwsc to
southeast Grinds, slightly:, bigher tor sta
tionary temperature, and clear rpartly
cleudy weather arfc yrobabe,': with pos
sibly occasional "ratos in! latter district
J.vcal pr lor
I 7 A. M. 2 P. M. 9 P. M
8ft " 78
47 H 65
8. W. s s.
Cloudy.' 1 Clear,
Highest temperature 37 deg.; lowest 66. f
wsATHraiigpoST, SrtTHB 14. 430 p. m.
Havana. . .
S. - i
5 l 'ffntr.
-TM CHBBHCB8 TO-BIT.
Younq Kin's Christian association Hall.
Devotional exercises this afternoon at 4:45 o'clock.
St. Pxxbb's (H.) Chdbch. Services In the morn
ing at 1 1 o'clock and In the afternoon at 6 o'clock
by Rev. Ellison Capers. Sunday school In the
afternoon at 4&a o'clock.
Baptist Church. Services tn the morning at 11
o'clock and In the evening at 8 o'clock by Rev.
B. G. Covington. Sunday school In the morning at
St. Mark's Lutheran Church. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock aDd In the evening, at 8
o'clock by the Rev. E. A. Wingard, pastor. Sunday
school In the afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Second Presbyterian Church. Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 8
.o'clock by Rev. X. H. Harding, pastor. Sunday
school In the afternoon at 4 o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church. Services in the
morning at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 8
o'clock by Rev. A. W. Miller. D. D,, pastor. Sun
day school In the afternoon at 4 o'clock.
associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel.
Services In the morning at 11 o'clock and the af
ternoon at 4Vi o'clock by Rev. W. T. Waller,. pas
tor. Sunday school the morning at 10 o'clock.
Calvary Mission CtoJRCH. Services to the morn
ing at 11 o'clock and In the evening at 7 o'clock
by Rev. J. F. Butt, pastor. Sunday school In the
morning at 9 o'clock and class-meeting In the af
ternoon at 2Vi o'ckx.-;:A .W- 'V
St. Peter's (Catholic) Church. Low mass at
3Vfc o'clock and high mass at lOVa o'clock In the
illuming , TCsycrB bin wuwuwowu v
the afternoon by Very Rev. L. P. O'Connel. Sun
day school In the morning at 9 o'clock. 1
Trton Street Methodist (E.) Church. Ser
vices In the morning at 11 o'clock and in the even
ing at 8 o'clock by Rev. A. A. Boshamer, paster,
; Sunday school In the nfternoon at 4 o'clock.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8
.o'clock. Strangers cordially Invited. . v
Gsahah Street (Colored) Methodist (E.)
Church. Services In the morning at 11 o'clock
. and In the evening at 8 o'clock by the pastor,
i He v. L. B. Ulbaon. Sunday school In the morning
.at 9 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
. ... THE GOUNODS. '
A Pleasant Incident at the Clofiur
One of the most bleasant fftAt.nrpa in
the social enjoyments of Charlotte dur
ing the winter just past ha&rithe
meetings of the Gounod JMusical Qlub
under the directorship of Dr: loyi Bi
dez. Most carefully, patiently and ar
tistically has he given instruction to the
club in the art arU practice of vocal
music, and no inconsiderable progress
has been mad.by.tfeem under his guid
ance. At a meeting held Thursday
night inMr. li. Y. McAden's parlorl
the last meeting 'till the cooler and
more bracing evenings of September
bring oAce more the members together,
the club presented to Dr. Bidez a beau
tiful gold mounted baton, as a testimo
nial of their grateful appreciation of
his efforts. The-pleasant duty of pre-
Beuung pne patpn ,vira; assigned tOjMr.
Watts "who said: ;:
Dr. Bidez: In the absence t.hA linn-.
voidffle kh 4Du;n 0t igretted ab
selice of our president, I have been
deputed to offer vou this baton as a
slight testimonial of our respect. It is
" . j wu MAgU UllllU
and of our appreciation of your wortji,
and merit. We offer it with our heart
felt thanks for your unremitting' kind"
ness to us. We ask its aoqeptano wilj.
the assurance of the great respett, re
gard and esteem for you as a gentleman
whoin it is Qur.high honor tepall at the
same ume our protessor, our J
! n I if - rt j i
e ! the
resignation of Mr. S. P. Smith and elect
a new president, was not held. .It was
postponed " until Wednesday, j Mr.
Smith still retaining the office lentil
Owing to the failure to arrive of : two
of the directors of the Traders' Kation-
IIO. TIG PEIVCILIWOS.
longest Sunday in the year 14 hours
and 34 minutes.
The cadets were hanging around tak
ing their leave yesterday.
The managers ofVall excursions from.
Charlotte this season have made money.
Farmers yesterday reported the cot
ton crop in Mecklenburg in good con
dition. yince the recent drowning in Pbifer's
pond, bathing there has lost its attrac
tions in a measure. ; -i '
The Buffalo Bill company is heading
this way -again. They are to le m
lialeigh this week. ... ,.-..
Death has claimed one of CoJ. J. L
Brown's carriage horses ono of : his
Jteautiful blacks. -
A gernaan positively the ' last of the
season will be given' Monday' night in
the assembly rooms; complimentary to
Iwo young ladies from Raleigh. ' '
The young folks of ChArJotte ' wilL re--ceive
in a few days, , invitations to the
annual picnic at: btanback'a Perry on
the 8th of July.,i! ' SoTtfe of itbem will
doubtless go. . ..v .mm ..it m ; -
A milk-lemonade is the latest i sum
mer drint lti to made like 'the' old
fashioned lemonade", ' except that "milk,
instead of wateruri seltzer isi used.1 It
i said to be both cooling: and palatable.
The eoUxUX-itMi i
locte win go ovef 'TOAncoixn aw!Hi
a parade and,, enter trtnment, there, am
Bishon Imax.1otltnis city has beei
requested to deliver urt address at thai
xime. 0 ..A ,hflin u riK.. r i , u i
A rnatph rramp nf hase , ball . W
played yesterday afternoon ' between
the Swif tfoots and .Quicksteps'.'tesultf
ing as follows; Siif tfoots, 29; Quickj
teps, 18the best game of the season.
Yestefday !a citizen brougurra cm
had harCBWiielJthelJitfani of the
stairs before another came uprand -said
that he had been eating cucumbers' riist
iwi in his gardea tbr.ee ureeks. t j ' "
There areorily few5' nt6re days lefti
in whh t!Tahlp,mjr liA listed. ..The
books wiilbe; closM rnext irjid
nil who have not made their retnrtJStrji
that time - will be guilty of ; a misde-j
inn fn tlio laat'AAlrickf .UlM
Legislature. -A j
our iriena.--' ajx nas 1 Deen a great p
sure and . honor- to us to hftasjuwrra
with vou. and we trust that our verv
pleasant cltrb 'meetings, of which this
baton is the tit symbol, may be renewed
in the fall, after the rest of .the summer
is ovek"; ! and' be assured, ;'docjU)T. ,that
Wherever vou ' mav .cn. , aTrd' howftver
others t may bo moFeorthy "" y ourb,
yaiutiuit; uujc ajui., abtfMUop, you Will i
haver wield it over i club of more ap
preciative and ioving listener iand bu-
jrounoa wuo er unariotte, orth Caro
lina. We therefore again beg vour accep
tance cf 'tluysOrrTeiikoirtiie many
pleasant hoursjre have'spenttogether. .
Dr. Bidet iffreply:saidi.d
Ladies angentlemen an shall T
say, my friends r-!1" wiattWlturn my
best thanks; .fen your, kindness fin i pre
senting me with this mgnifnjent baton.
It had already-been to me a matter of
extreme gratification to see all the mem
benTof this club yield so willingly to
the instructions 1 thought best, as a
leader, to give them. For five months,
you have worked most patiently,, most
faithfully, and above all, most intelli
gently ; and when we gave ourVsnxcert
on theJ9th of May you showed an un
mistakable disposition to be more than
the average, pleasure-seeking, socalled
musical club. While your eareful.and
finished rendering of our most difficult
selections was possibly to me the best
reward I could then have contemplated,
it at the same time stamped you as the
champions of art in tire musical history
You must not think that I am exag
gerating things; strong as my words
may seem to be in their expression of
E raise, I mean to give you the plain and
onest opinion of one who has lived
long enough in the musical world to
appreciate in its right; value any musi
I say that if the Gounod club remains
in the same dispositions that have been
shown so far ; if there be in the future
the same willingness to do legitimate,
improving work ; if the temptation of
gaining either applause or money by
trying to please the taste of the igno
rant, be successfully resisted I say
that if all those conditions are fulfilled
by. you, Gounod will some day be as
proud of the club named after nim as
we may well be to-day to work under
the auspices of his name.
With you rests to a great extent tne
future condition of musical taste in
Charlotte. While it may belon? more
especially to teachers to improve musi
cal knowledere. it does belonff to asso
ciations i like yours, to quicken, to de-'
velope, and to refine tne musical taste
or tne public ; ana ror tnat Kina 01 worn
I believe I am safe in saying ;thnt ;you
are as nt as any newiy-starteq.ciUD ever
was. .... , ....
Let us hope, then, that at some near
da v.. we mav meet again to work under
the same principles wnicn nave airectea
us.go.iar: iet us nope mat uie new
comers, u there be any, wuT:b t anima-r
a ' i A t V !i 1 l 1
tea witn me same spirit wuiuu youuave
shown: letiis-horoalstvtnatrwith the
goodwill of-.tjie , Almighty, no, more ot
the orl&irial members will be missing at
our next meeting.
The club then adjourned to meet on
he second -Thursday fn September.
Judge A. C. Avery was in the icity
Friday. Helias finished the courts
in the first district. :
Cadet Z.B. Vance, Jr., has returned
home for the surnmer, vacation, the ses
skjrrpfijrKtjaflkl fwadfeirJy atlAnnipo-
ns navmg ciosea last w eunesdav. 1
Rev. Dr.W.T. Brantley, of Baltimore
has been granted two months vacation
to visit Europe. The Bdltimorean says
he will be " accompanied by his beloved"
JfTMmmomMi N. C."
' m i
The Drowned Irian's Possession.
The county officers have received no
letters of inquiry concerning the Eng
lishman, J. C. Benton, who was drowned
to Phif eto pond last Friday wek. His
possessjpnsxcept biaJtQx-of toolawhich
his boarding house keeoer has. are in
the haBdB Of -the wroher,i1W?,?f .Alex
ander, who will keep them until the
county commissioners meet next months
A Matter f lsteitst f Travelers.
Tourists, emigrants and mariners find that Bas-t,
tetter's StoiiiaehBltSs-'n a medicinal safegoajdv
against nnhealthful Inflnences, upon which tteejf
ean Impllcity rely, since It prevents the effects that
an onhealthjyCTAintettlafea Jk4qDsphers unae:
customed or tnrwhoiesome met, baa water, or other 4 7 z'n -sv '--i
condiUons unfavorable to health, would otherwise
produce. On long voyages, or Journeys by land itt
Ulatades adjacent to the equator, It la especially
nisefuras a preventive of the febrile complaints
and disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels.
which are apt to altack natives ot the temperate 1
tones sojourning t travel mg irr sncn regions, ana
Is an excellent protection against the Influence of
- :3pextrjBBiB jdysofl enangaSL Bl teiipertUare ex
posure to damp or extreme fatigue. It not only
prevents hiffnpin andmittent fever, and oth
er disease of a malarial type, but eradicates them,
ft te flhjek as beji;notorlou lor, years past In
Mexico, the West la
Up to last e vening the Western Northi
V:rn i n a "Rati rnarl aiithori ties had not
decided whether or not theytwpuld: tuW
trains ion their "road jtoHiightsvTliei
Statesville train accordingly .bJft herej
last nighl' expectingi to ; urn'ithisi
morning "and not knOwlng.yiwhether
i' notit would go out tonighk" RAT, j
PolicemanKamnitonr fr'oro-1 who
the negro Gus Byers escaped In the h'oi
te! in llichnlondihad Vltl'
ieep for seventy hours instead tor for
ty-eight, andthe flesh; overcauielbe,
spirit. He had -.been-, working up thes
ase, and it was for this reason he was
SffiW 5tanothfC Ppberf
m 1 - .-f-jV
IckwniplexUm is desired by .every faiiy; tt
an be secured by the- ase of that great blood purl
liar Tti -Tm a v
hounds tTOiiomboutfl old.
They havficarefeflljjkept and are
in excelteritcnditloni4)4y before yes-
terdav af Wrnodnv llievm'8 taken out
of town and "their-cerfting qualities
tested, ...A negro boy wasi , hired to play
1.1.. X -Jf 1 J! r J-.. r.rr,ll, rvhr'a
LI1U park VLjUt9 lUA Ul AVO" BtTWAWn B
earae. and given ten minutes, the istart
of the dogs. TH jtook a devious way
through the wooas. crossing iUi.own
track, tirhe and,.iajiL't., UMn m, Me
hounds werenturnea loose tiiey took tne
trail and followed it, scareely faltering
once, and with such rapidity ' that;'-. the
negro wno jauea to seiect nis tree oe
forehan, iujt dllretmrtrltjae to save
himself, The1 rateer w as' perfect suc
cess, andshowedithat the dogs .possess
all the auaUttes ttiathaVe been Claimed
jforjthem, fThievjeiJld well to make
aliote of this; - i i.!oyhin!
Vagrants Larcen jr.
Justice McNinch applied the fuU
force of the vagrant law totwd negro
women and one negro man, Hannah
Trap. Mat Alexander and Jere Ander
son yesterday, ordering them to be put!
tion of the county commissioners who,
at their last meeting, agreed to make
provision for working vagrants on the
I .The same offlceifie&SiMfflSEander.
colored, for larceny. Tile gave bail in
the sum of $50.
North and South America, Mexico
dlesrftrtta nd ftunfrier
flyand djffera only
r in . that the subtle
tls l "1 i C
foe does not attack the citadel of life, and henctfi j .
th. n-iHunta lao.a ft HfA la a Mttla ' lnninw hnf ll I f '
arises from the same cause, is the offspring of the
same parent, and consequently requires the same
treatment To correct the Impaired tactions of
digestif and nutrition anJ enrich and vitalize the
Kthei!w-MponanMBpi iCrt Uver Oil is
r the 'keafafl PMessfofiTo e the best
remedy, but it has been ineffectual for good on ac
count of its nauseous qualities. But In Scott's
Emulsion ;of iGod IMveVOU 4hey are entirely over
come, and combined with Hypophosphlte of Lime
and Soda, is a most wonderful remedy in such
junlO 2w . . 1
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS.
U 1 .'..At t ; ! JUST sRECEJEI); AH'
t a X!,Ti;'H -i ii tivi act t
- 1 fit H.K H 1 jfcHiflT !fl f3iJ f,
:".ni 10 hu m 7 i'Mmsuow.
it ,1.-71 - " ' - .-:. !-...., - . 1 1. 1... a... 1
50 Tf 1 'J 1 h XX the mostafebrated makers, which will be sold at the very lowest pricesdAlstt a full Bftelofcl mii
: a .a m ; ' .foh Babies nj-iMissE& 0J unu izMoan -m-v
AndJtiarstock of Uppers, and NetrportTieS.J Iri'lt 'gOoiMe turn a fuU.Sliiot.th.besigofida.j 4110.111
convince, you that we sell the same article sold elsewherein the QityoTni6 tojo per Qeiifefiheapr.0j jiIt.Ki -uAu
-J.'.lil !- , l.a-'r,i!iC',:'ji(.j-LI' 91- 'r l At 'tint: ift-k rr.
1ChanexpMencef ten years in me jbe aat business, l ean
J. Mc. ALEXANDER.
.fMia ox Hin-i-
.... ..: .- ! ... . : ; " ' ' "
- --ji.UWI. . --jr-:"--V -. . t j , ' ! -Ir'lli 'ill r fi
gcra anattqmeeony..? .:.-'-n-','i;.'. .-iu. : :'- u -- -.... ,
ii , h i i i . I. r it i r i ii in . it i i 1 1 i , '
i':..l-.v- ' .
Another arrlVaief household and other aseful articles for our famoos
ilw i,oo' .lhr.'. - JlRtBui4, 1879
?rebr(eviaH nn4ay Schbbifs Picnic.
Thrj Sunday schools of the" Presbyte
rian cnurcnes nad a delignttul picnic
at Bellemont Park yesterday. A large
crowd was present. The weather was
pleasant in the woods, and the day was
a delightful one for the children. Near
ly varybodyi -went finp. oil tfihe train
furnished by the Carolina "Central Rail
road. In the afternoon Mr. T. T. Smith,
the agent, carried the whole party on a
ride down the road, and returning.
brought them safely in the city about
n will nreach at St PetetUEniscopal
church toHdavTmornirgnd af ternoom
una guuo iiy
Itev. mi. uoty.-me TwwHi.
The Female Pedestrian.
The walking woman has been heard
from. Railroad men coming in yester
day passed her at Gaffney's at 11 o'clock.
uaffhey s is 56 miles from Charlotte
and she left here Thursday morning.
A telegram received here at 5 o'clock in
the afternoon stated that .she had just
then arrived : at the Cowpens; so that
she has done pretty well since she left
here, considering that she had to "coon"
a trestle yesterday morning just this
side of Gaffney City.
The Cane of (u Byers and (he Stolen
Capt. McBee and Policeman Farring
ton have bot,h returned f roni Richmond
leaving G"Us:Byers in jail. Upon their
arrival there Byers told them where
they could find Col. Coxe's harness, and
they found it, as he had stated, at Kelly's
junk store, on Twentieth street between
Main and Cary. Byers had told the
officers that the harness was shipped in
a box directed to Richmond to II. "W.
Hey. It was taken from the depot on
the 9th of May. The box;was marked
clothing. James and Mike Kelley were
arrested on the charge of having this
Stolen property in. their possession.
They stated that they bought the har
ness from H. W. Hey a junk-dealer on
Sixth street, between Marshall and Clay.
Hey was also arrested, and ; be stated
that he bought the harness from a ne
gro man. lie acknowledged sellingthe
harness-to Kelly. ' The Keltys and Hey
: were to have had a hearing in the police
court of Richmond Friday morning,
but the" result of this lias not been
learned here. . In ieference to the stolen
property the Richmond 8tat,e says:
"The harness is said to be the finest set
ever brought to Richmond. Good judges
say it cost over $300, and is nearly new.
Mr. Kelly paid Hey $25 for it."
We referred in Thursday's paper to
Byers's arrest, several years ago, on a
train on the North Carolina Railroad,
aud stated that he escaped from his
captors. QmninforplfBits memoty was
treaCHerousf A gentlerrrairvvliowas on
the train at the time, and who assisted
in the arrest, informs us that'Byers,
who was then charged .with many
crimes in Charlotte, was recognized by
the late Capt. D- P. Ligon, conductor of J
mat particular .aii, aim ujat lie sum
moned assistance and the party pro-
3eeuQ to arrest mm. lie maue a ues
perate struggle against three or four
men and was at one time half way out
a window of the car when he was drag
ged back. After a fight lasting ten or
twelve minutes he was flnally over-
Swered and seourely tjeid, and at
reensbro was given over to Capt. Low.
ery, conductor Jtix OTFKUtai who
marcrttfi bifo.loi Jail' JbetwefeiiA guards.
Thef authorities of Charlotte sent to
Greensboro for him but there., were
charges against him in Guilford and he
was held there. What .disposition was
made of the cases there is not known.
but Charlotte lost sight 6f him and he
had been nearly 'forgotten when his re
cent adventures here brought him
prominently before the publio again
lie, is stout and cunning and desperate
and villainously mean.
BliAfaj OAHO. j-.ifrtwa .ViPORMJ Hiiwi"i'""- f
lHvf.hnfA instil elBewhertiThe'
more penitents anu , cuuvejva,
tainly no rauit oiners. - ah - Bomcrt
itssne is ujemuBi. yo wcriiu iioww
. rrhPtipnftraivnoaoi m&fivansreiic
met at Foster, Thursday; Therd
were 180 delegates preset 7ZZ7 J
Oiver-addresses fc- Scotia tored) Semi
Oi XJlUUie UlllVCITSltJ, piCDlUEUUflVMVHM
the exercises, whichf commenee on the
19th. e MVii i -j 1
-j: Rev. B.G. Covington, of Fort MHi, .J,
will preachUi the Taptiat cburcb to-
Corpus Christ! will open in St. Peter's
OathttlW ebrtrrh tayantii'wiircQnmj
Lercises-jWiil D6 iiiem very. uay uunirg
W . . - -v . . . . . . "-jf. . fit
the wtaye. ,(fj.r ,tl. at r
German named Braurj engaged Hit the
Old style nstrftglrtyesterdayafterioori
r--Ka ,irAari.':of -Roedicrer's ..bar-room
xxrUan ihtva found the German his face
Jaa AnvotMl witltblbod. They . locked
l.s w ' ImAtiil 'Snndav in - sobering
I gnd renection: His antagonist gave bait: Sv3F1fSB
BaLiTuukjc Oats qniet; S0Uiriern"'4oaai,' Wesf
tern white, ,4104,4 40. mlxed89a40, Pennsyl'
vania -40a8 'HSy-i-markei qulet; prime Penn
sylvania and Maryland 12al3. Provisions firm;
mess pork, old 10 f0al0.7&,.ew -nj oulk meats
loose shoulders 4aV6, clear rib sides 5aVs packed
44a51; bacon shoulders 4, clear rib sides
6, hams 10alli& Lard refined tierces 7. Butter
dull; choice Western packed 10al2, rolls .
Coffee firm;. Elo cargoes '11 14a 14)4. Whiskey
at 1.06ai7. Sugar firm; A soft 8aVt.
CntcnntATi Flour flrm; famBy: 5.20a6.00.
Wheat strong, scarce: red and amber 1.12a.l5.
Corn quiet at 38ai. Oats duil at, agaSA; nPork
quiet, held at 10.25a50. Lard In fair demand; cur
rent make 6.15. Bulk meats strong; shoulders
3.75 bid. cash fales-4.no. barer :Ju1.j short ribs
4.90, cash 4.95. seller July and buyer do, short
clear 5ai&; bacon strongv shoulders 414, clear ribs
0, clear siaes o- wnis-Key steaay at i.m. But
ter steady; fancy creamery 17al8, choice Western
reserve 12al3, choice Central Ohio 9all. 8ugar
steady; hards 9a9i, A white 8i4a, New Or
leans 6i4a7i4. Bogs active; common 2.90a3.50,
light 3.55a3.80. packing 3.70a90, butchers- 3.90..
yo; receipts eo; smpments ouu.
Nkw Yori Flour no decided change; No. 2,
2.35a3.10, superfine Western and State 3.45a3.55,
common to good extra Western and State 3.75a
3.80, good to choice do 3.95a4.50; Southern flour
quiet; common to fair extra 4.75a5.60; good
to choice do 5.65a6.75. Wheat ungraded win
ter red 1.12a,l. 17ft. No. 2 do 1.18a.l8i. Corn
-ungraded 40a43. No. 2, 43ft. Oats, 38.
Coffee moderate demand; Rio quoted in car
goes 11 Vial 414, job lots UlAalott- Sugar firm;
Cuba 6Uh fair to good refining 6 5-16a7-16, prime
61; refined standard A. 7, granulated SVb,
powdered 814,' erushed 85fe. Molasses New Or
leans 25a28. Bice in fair demand and steady;
Carolina -quoted - at 6i4a7, Louisiana ttattiA.
Pork new mesa ou the SDOt 10.20a30. oM 9.25.
uuu m i.vtvs- rreignis quiet.
,Hif "ill COtTON
Norfolk Quiet; middling 12i,c; net receipts
38; gross ; stock 5,671; exports coastwise
20; sales 50; exports to Great Britain .
Baltimore Dull; middling 12c; low middling
12; good ordinary 11.; net receipts ; gross
176; sales ; stock 1,808: exports coastwise
15; spinners ; exports to Great Britain ;
to Continent ; to France
Boston Dull; middling 13ic; low middling
12; good ordinary 123s; net receipts S05; gross
606; sales ; stock '4962; exports to Great
Wilmington Dull; middling 121a; low mid
dllng 1214c; good ordinary llfe; net receipts 13;
gross ; sales 8r stock 352; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise : to Great Britain ; to Con
nent ; to channel .
Phtladklphia Quiet; middling 13c.; low
middling 12;; good ordinary 12i4c; net receipts
7; gross 789; sales 761; spinners 561; stock
10,263; exports to Great Britain .
Augusta Quiet; middling 12c; low mid
dllng 12c, good ordinary 11 34c.; receipts 22;
shipments ; sales 25: stock .
Charleston Dull; mldd'g 12Vfec; low mid
dllng 12tyc.; good ordinary 12c; net receipts
100; gross ; sales 120; stock 1,181; exports
coastwise ; Great Britain ; France ;
Continent. ; to channel . ' ; ' )
' Nstv tori Steady ; 'sales 2,204; mid. uplands
12, middling Orleans 12.; consolidated net
receipts 1,021 ; exports to Great Britain .
Liverpool Noon A shade easier. Middling
Uplands, 7d., middling Orleans. . 74; sales
5,000 spefilaflon and txppif ljDOft Wditlonal
sales' -yesterday after' 'Tegular closing. ; re
ceipts 13.300. all American. Futures nartlaUy 1-32
cheaper, Uplands low middling clause: June de
livery. June and July , July and August 6 31-
32a i, August and September 7 1-16, September
and October 7 3-32, October and November ,
November and December . New cron shipped
October and November , November and Decem
ber . September and October per sail .
Money' i&4 fcxeianie i.8tVi"a
teadyf New 5's 1.03. Four aiuj
tour per cents l.(r!.
lalf per cents 1.
V... ., ,j . . n
1 . Y'j-r4: s
F I V E. C E N T C O U N T E R
"Far snperier te Sli0thers .received.
Also a beautiful variety of
PERCALES AND PRInS, LWEf fcAWS, PLAIN AND EAltc Y.
V NeW Yjkm-tFuturis dosed dull.
000 bale!.' '
October .-i -t u . . 1 ' ;
January .v. i . . 4 :t..'
CTTT OOTTO M1SXST.
Omcx or THE Obskbvhb, I :
Chaseottx, June 15, 1879. 1
The market yesterday closed steady, as follows:
Good middling . j.
Strict low middling. . . :
CHARLOTTE Ptt MJCE MARKET
Xle TTestern North Carolina H nllroad
To the otTcjblervfrrT T
Carl you Inform a subscriber what
management the Western North ,Qarp-i
lina Railroad is under? Whether of
the State of North Cariolihtti'TO the
Richmond, Va, mercbante, through the
Richmond & DanVille Railroad V It
seems to yoUilliiftuhsfriber that North;
Carolina nad her appropriate name.
wherr fehBwastrbbed "Rip Van Win-!
.-kleA jj-jverily she has been sleeping;
and on awakening finds herself bought
out, root and branch, by a foreign cpr-j
pi8rattott,5attd!stinge tbsat !nter',rlwk'
sons are neipmg..K) rorge tne cniuns,!
and are urging the foreign corporations,
tovchain her more securely. i' !- . j
- UNB OF 1 OUR SUBSCRIBERS, t
Mr child was affecteiTm the same manner as
yours, Mrs. B., and Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup gave it
almost immediate relief; I would sorely give it a
' rw i 1 7 V J 11 F s f k ;
"'j- ' I ! I
Kaae Attalaable hv tfeeSheimstlc
m Yes, slthonghi heT!maV,B8Btlr bf reliefft ta
attainaoie oy memnaup suuepprB, iur iusm ,
xemady which carries oft,' 'by. man f Increased
activity 01 tne ' Kianeys unponant cnanneis ion
blood nnriiklfln ieri' element to' 'wnleh
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by arhvi
ary analysis.' ; The nama-of this grand depurent Is
Hoatetters. a Drenaration likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion ot, , tne rweajj-witn- me ,oije--na areerain
means oi relief In aysDeosia. fever and asne. and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, . the finest tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
aMmulnnt bv distinguished physicians and analysts .
who pronounce tt to be eminently pure and very
press awo enuuraes iv. a,
Corn, per bush'l
BACON ,,, ....... ... . .-l
N.c. hog round....
Hams, fc. C. . . . y. . . ,;ri Vr'rf-
TTrk mi a nn onaoAt
i; ,,.i.;iH l',0 iirfdTl'J
'II it" in
Wf f aa-jM 4
OOOCL - ' X 'W
STROP H )l v'l H
8ugar-honse . . '. . . r. . . . .
UOLASHES-r... . , . ,,,ri . ih-i 1
0ar.X.J.c-l.lii.t.'...i.U-..:i.'...'.' I ' 35a40
New Orleans 35a50
Ui ft (!"ii'lii iJ iauni'ilii uiri 1 wtii
iniMJd li rrnv.ii. its K n !!-;! i':: ,
. -1 .... n . . . . ...... n.
UfpiATtmx' bnm-i to ?OJ1. '-: V;'
DWTOt... .jij ,.;."-" ;. t-
ljiMgM'IM-fltW '-tJl-T ' .
North Carolina... I0al5
oos4ej:.doien. ,41 z iiutts. tvlitiiufrvisfo
Family, nt-t-t .... .u, iutcadi Cr1 3a. . . 3.00a3.50
-V .ri.o.Kwdb Jiw tWniiWscl bns
ri Tbedbove rwul 1e the name ot a weekly Demo
cratic newspaper, the publication of which will be
commenced at an early day at YorkvllleS. (X, by
W. M. Warllck. v
The News will be a good advertising medium for
the Dusiness men 01- unanoue, as tne pnpe mu
have a large circulation In the counties of Lincoln,
Gaston and atawoa, aorta irouna
The price or snbscrintlon wul be S2 ner annum.
Address, ,A i.t; a -a r , rW JfcrWARLIi
nr r . V.
A vial Ulvf W.
. Ladies' Linen Ulsters and Dressis,
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND DRESS
Be sweio tali and look at our great bargains we ffertHU ek. 11 ; ,'
:i lo ii.-?l,!j
7 t i ;.'. ,'-
t s : ;-'. r f i,i;;:n
r , .':;;iU.i
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. 7l' - ;ili At--' 1
H. MORRIS & BROS.
We liaTe jftst received ajptendld aasoitmefrt of Rustic y.td&&&, for mottoes and rarions-sLze pictures, at prices lower than ever known in Charlotte,
June L, 1879-
Pine Apples, imperial Oranges, Extra Large Lem
ons, Fresh Caramels, French, Plain and
Cream Candles, Pop Com, Ac ,
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Fitted up particularly for the accommodidion of
Ladies, Is attracting the attention of those who
wish to Indulge themselves In this line.
JSO. EROOKFIKLD 4 CO.,
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
Just received, a lot of
Ice Cream 'Freezers, best make, freeze In ;5 mtn-
utees Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Wire
Covers, Fly Traps, Pampas Plumes,
Bird Cages, Fruit Jars and
We constantly keep on hand a full line of Plain
and Decorated China, Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Goods. Cutlery and Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Tin,
Wood and Willow Ware. , '
are Invited, to. calL We sell goods as chea
I) B E S S G Vt) 0' IS I
i. ! it
We are Rew-dlspliiylng elegant lines of
1, i: ;; i ' .'l i-,
u i ''- i i ! ;- .:
' We art now displaying eiegaht lines of
BLACK AND COLORED SILK firRENDINES,
BUNTINGS OF ALL COLORS
AND OTHER DRESS GOODS
This Department Is Replenished Daily.
OF ALL GRADES fAND PRICES.
.1', . . ' . 1 ii ,: .;i
This Department Ip Replenished Dally.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
, THEBES T
so mum r '
..r " f T .eV
. FOR PARTICULARS ---in....- ( ADDRESS:
WhiteSewihc Machine Co.
Glrttf and Bps Suit,
, WRAPS, .
n.uctxjjxus, ,. .
' ' HAMBURG S,
SEWTJQ SjXK,. , V f
" " . pihs, : '.
. i,y ! .-..-. HEEDXtES,
y-AJitTj? ooons, dte.
J.f;, JU fill Mi
.1, fro r i hv-:
. ! ri 5 flu lA(
. Send ' for S&mffled' dr iriforrrihtion.- and
satisfy rSet'Ji'hpp. anfl qidchty
you can gct tryerytaiiw ;. i. ; vi vu
DRY GOODS AND nOTIOHS
average stock of a&ovi $ZO0fiQ0. all bought
for prompt cash.' t& Try us,
Have the vmidren send for a&etvf cur
COOPER & CQNARD,
Imported ahd Retailers,
PHI L ADEII A, iPA.
Northern houses, and guarantee satisfaction.
send quotations on application.
i Thanking yon for the liberal patronage In
Dast,weftre, ; ,;,
. JNO. BftOXHtFlTELp 0., ,
Charlotte, N. C. June 1( 187tk
rut . n '.. : .
1 T i 1 1 ( . i. -
; i - CsABiiOTix, CoUjHjeOa aitd AuatsTA B. R.,
lv- r aio; .f:r0oMMM.C-y9l.-4879
On and after' Sunday. June 1st. the nassenger
schedule over this, road win oe as ioiiows: A .
. i - if - : z. 1 ' . ... -" . . -' - ii.r
Leave Augusta .:. . .. ' 6 SO Ik
Arrive Ctolumbla 10 48 a. w.
Leave Columbia,. . . . v , , . . 10 55 A. m.
Arrlvelharlotte,vJ...v....... ...... .i US 50p.m.
, FRKIG.HT WIQ COACH ATT ACH Kp. .
. .VV: ,W South,, -,' , I
, .. .:l ' i
THROUGH. FREIGHT ROUTE
This Line being folly equipped for business,
Freight from M ; ;
Wilmington and all Northern and Eastern Cities to
GTeenvluSpartanbaxgi all Stations
: ' AtlaiiUe, ' Tennessee Ohio,
, -. , t
r t ; a .-: " ii; 1 ". '
Ai well as points in Georgia
Insurance and Rates guaranteed as Low as
Leave Charlotte,; ,
w . Wlnnsboro....
Arrive at Columbia,.. 4.
Leave uwumDia .
Arrive Augusta, i .l
- i Ji NIGHT
-. 8 30 t.m
Leave Colombia ......
J mAwA inmufa
j 5 ao a.m
5 85 A.M
9 25 AM
klWQTICROK amnitiiniitn ',(S
rt'i!i; a i 1m!!: :H i J '!
5 15 P. M
1 80 A. m
2 SO A.M.
Leave Augusta. . -. . -, . .......
UHUIIIUm........,.,... . ...
Leave Columbia.....: . .
" Wlnnsboro. i 4 i 45
. .rChestert... 15
j11 'BxckHiit ...;.;io 00 a. M.
Arrive at Charlotte....! viiv IO P.M
Pullman Palace Cars from Aagusta to Neiv York
and from lireensDoro to Augusta. t
Reclining Steeijtag Chafofrpm panyllje tQ
WubingtonvlaLrrxcnbarg.'ia s azJ:wi -
ffBXQ u-. - , -AsstG.?.
f; Gen.,Frellt Agent, Wilmington. N. C,
U. & INTERNAL RETENUE, 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina,
Statesville, N. C, May 16, 1 879.
Setzed forvtolaUon :of Internal Revenoe Laws,
on May 16, 1879: i ! k1 v 1
iiiiit ;-n Jti ll v IO !S 1!l7 -
R tMTea manofainred tobacco, ownar
Also, 2 boxes tobacco, owner iL wardV.y i vS i
Notk la herebv riven to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to" appear before
meat my ofBos la;8tatesviujand make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
aaceoereM or tne same win do wneiieatv
United States. ts -E"-1. MOTT,'
:TntnNSJc J? 'A?
i-' Hi i. DfHMitV.i A J RI
mayl8 miuSddya '
Jilt i-ise, (-"ifl
1 if! .-:.
; 1 ' . :
flea nttedaaltod tacHmes f oK tne TraMportionof
1 1 T.i'. - r.i v
TO ALL POINTS SpUTB; , ,
,! ... 1 r
on the Atlanta & Richmond Air-Line.
and Western N, CLBnUfoadsr
Alabama and Mississippi.
u 'j :! -iii' .f.iii(.
: 1 u .
Line, and Time' at
)-,: ;i: 4 .j-iL r i.t iiiu. ; . :
-i f i)93ifiq,W j
C. Railway, Charlotte.
I 3 J "J J U i M , iti I Jll
; la eJfil
, DBtre irjBX
With 25 years experience ' I guarantee entire
atlsfaotton , . Jll
a a Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W. O. Sblbura JU
"1 M'SfflTOS-'TiTo's UStlO "S"1
- hui 0100a Mixture. - . - , - v