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The following table shows fc&e running Of passed.
aft mlns to and 'fiomharlottie, oa all; the raff
' BiCHlfOHD DAKVtlXJt j . - .
Arrives from Blchmojidapd Goldsbot 12-40 a. m.
Leaves for '"inij! n-n'-l 8-4Qa.ni.
Arrives from Elcnmona,. ...-, ......,"ll.l2a. m.
Leaves for ( , vii4 3.65 p. m.
; ATLANTA CatKLOTM ATE-IIHX t -
Arrives froiri "Atlanta,.: Al. ILI' ! 3-40 a. m.
tSves for Atlanta,! A.'.MU MlJLAtAO a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,.... .....&.Kr 8.55 p. m.
Leaves to? Attantaj.,.,. nr . w.,. . $ 1 1,12 a, m.
' GaAktorr, Columbia AUftisri.
Arrives from Angnsta, &4 .w. . J. Y 3.50 p. m.
Leaves for Augusta, i-"..auu2.45a. m.
Arrtvefrom Columbia, (ait Freight)! 12,10 p. m.
eavefor Colambia,ot n cjp.'mu- 2.15 p. m.
Arrives from Wilmington,. ....,. ..I
Leaves for, WUmlrajtoifco; ;., . .5
Arrives from Shelby,- ...;).: . . J
Leaves ior. onv.v),Hii.Hi.-iH4. .
Arrives from Statesvllte,;V."iV.t; .'.
Leaves for StatesvUlCy. -
o.u5 p. m.
8.40 a. m.
8.00 a. m
..WAR XJfiPAETMEiliT, i
Office Chief Signals Officer, :.
Washington, juries ri, rstfp.M.', "
For the South Atlantic States,' rising
barometer;:' iiottheast! t6 .northwest;
winds, and cooler; partly cloudy weath
er, possibly preceded fo- coasfffiins
J.ocnl Keporfc for - Yeirday.
29.908 I 29.1(06
Highest temperature 84 deg.; lowest 69.
WSATEXB B3P0BT, JHB 17. H20 T. W.
Btatlons. Barom Tb. Vlnd,; TeL Weaker.
Atlanta-,- 29.88 R3 , ri6 Fair,.,
Charlotte... 29.89 82 H.I. 5 Cloudy.
Oorslcanar. 29.9V 98 X. 8 Fair.
Gatvestoiv 29.97 89-B.K 13 Fair.
i Indlanola... 29.95 87 & K. 18 Clear. t '
jackson'Ue, 29.94 m Tt ' 0 fhreafngl
Key West,.. 80.02 88 H aoudy. t
Mobile... 29.95 95 W.K - 11 Fair. 5
Montgom'y, 29.92 91 N. 12 Fair. (
S. Orleans, 29.98 85 K. . Fair. i
PontaBaaa 29.99 84 & 9 Fair.
Savannah.. 29.93 85 8. ; 14 Fain
8t Marks.. 30.00 82 W. 10 Threafng.
Havana..:. J30.01 80 0 Lt Ealn., ;
latAKK t New AdvrtleiMeii.
J- J. Mott-Kotloe of Sale. . s
Speaeet A Allen Noltaap'
. Only two nuHays for listing tj(xg.
' The charge for i&n&sMbn V the Jawn
party this evening is oniy ten cenvsn
Rasplbeiies are Bow. tlie seasonable
.luxury, ,(lLine:.ciop la qum-e luyuw oi
excellent qnuity.ii i r,. .
The normal school ai the University
nrariAd .' vfisterdav Meckleiiburar will
be more largely irepresented this year
than ever before. -
About a dozen Charlotte people have
gone up" to caeareland - Springs,' and
a party leaves this' evening lor ien
Alpine3. .. i m '
Sunday was the hottest -day of the
year thus far. ..-Between 3 and & o'clock
in the afternoon the thermometer in the
signal .office nere registered piiegrees.
The eerman at thr assembly rooins
IruULn? of a
ACCIDENT OB MITBDEB 1
Day Wffiit for tbe JQarder
of a Woman.
.2?. "Sftfa ?ifcy Sht before'
an aiiiiKii nnnv ir man
marchinffMrirYi n!rfanL. c "Tiu
4 1 " - t va vuiu, Ok V WILLI
the avowed nnrnnw nf tav;., JT. u-
jan itherB-a white man nami t t
Afnnn. 1 . 1 . .
vf uu puDiicjy hanging him,
Yesterday the story of the lvnchinn
came to nand. John J. at m
lved near Dunnan staHrn nn 1 At.
Ijine Bailway, about twelve miles from
bpartanburg,was hanged near his
Home in the nrpsfnr a nf uhnnt a t..
dred people,- at SMtclock in the morn-J
-vLL t. Mieiyncmng was
uone-was'the ken a rtf A
dy two weeks ago. The bodv of a
young -woman was found there in a
partlydecomposed ,tate. Her clothes
were thrown back over her head, a deep
gash was cut in her throat and thfert
was the appearance of a Distol ball hav
ing passed through her stomach. "Her
Yesterday morning at '1:40 the mail
and express train on the Atlanta &
Charlotte JUr-Line Railroad, coming
muui, irucK a man lying partiaiiv on
ling's untain-Engineer Geoi Berry hae&Mcirne" recognized
saw Aft d uodv dalva.molTwnit befnra h which was stolen several
were lying in the
r,i?iuv.winm mpppett M
uaujc was jsamme wooawaraja young-
ieswcuuiiy, dux poor, ana
a resident Of nckens county.
to the house of 'her un-1 learned to be th
ed O'Shieids, who &X1&Mi!&&Wte'
rhoodof Moore's lmMLlUliyaii th
nome to want to the
in the neighborhood
This' wad the last' that her family saw
of her.tr, A. fruitless "search was made
lor several davs. At last her bodv was
foucdaS described ,; abovo the- hor
rors of a violentand brutal .death was
added tne conviction tnat 'she had first
takeil place,' but the evidences .of fW:
It was the wife' of - iNtoOre 'who crave
thft first, rin ft in thft mystery. She told
that on a. certain .day a week or' more
before tlifiJdrifikQfiil di annverv Minnie
Woodward had come to her house .tmHrrj'll9JLL "Hi.
i road to it was near Jvmg
struck it The leers
ditch on the south side of the;tracfet
wnue tnejoody was lying about half
way across the rail, the head restingToai
me insiae oi tne tracK. so soon as Mr.
he had run over
ine with Conductor Sims, thev
went back to the body The pilot of
the engine had knocked the body to one
side and the wheels had passed about
midway across the face, mashing all f
. aoove tne mouth
(When the man
m annp.ar(vl trt Ha i
cold, but there was warmth underneaMfli
111a viutmitg in tue region oi uio ' nearc.
In his throat were discovered suspicious
looking cuts which Messrs. Sims and
Berry think could not possibly; have
tnatpartor me neap
was readied his lirrtl
as this did him, and thes marks gavel
rise to a oecidea impression tnat tne
4, man had been killed and thebody placed
on tne tracK.
The baby, which was afterwards
learned to be that of a half-Witted
pmtSk ofieffiiel Mor
cared for, and yesterday an inquest
was held. This discovered that Mb-1
Call had left the village of King's
Mountain; about sunset -Monday even
ing, alone, going down the road. The
next known of him was the report of
his death. The engineer and conduc-
testified as to the finding of the body and
its position at that time. Up to 7 o'clock
last evening no information had been
received here as to the verdict of the
her uncle ra; Having had itprevious ao
ijuaintanceitb; het islia invited her
into dinner, wnen-tire young woman
leftMoore offered t accompany her a
sTiorf distance for the purpose of show
ing her a nearer road; She demurred,
but he insisted and the two .went off to
gether. Later, Moore returned home
without his shoes and coat.
This story , was confirmed by the dis
covery of the shoes and a coat in the
vicinity of where the body)' was founds
and one or both of them wad blood
stained. This led to Moore's arrest
and confinement in Spartanburg jail on
Monday., The evidence accumulated,
Minnie -Woodward's earrings ' were
found in the pocket of his vest;
' ,'Day before yesterday afternoon, Mon
day; the sherifE of Spartanburgi county
received information that a; large crowd
Of men were coming from the neigh
borhood of Duncan station to lynch the
prisoner. Tho governor was telegraph1
ed to, and the military were called out
to assist the sheriff, in protecting Moore.
Receiving further information that the
crowd was composed of several hun
dred men, the sheriff became convinced
of the folly'of attempting to resist them
and abandoned the idea for a strategy
to get the prisoner beyond their reach.
Moore was taken from the jail and
placed in charge of - three men who
were directed to take him about a mile
out. nf town to a point on, the railroad
and there await the arrival of the
train. The sheriff went to tne siamcm,
was riven' compli-
bodv nf a necm-was run over; bv a
train less than5 two years' aeoi'Tn that'
case .an inyetigaUan followed which
resulted in the" subsequent hanging of
another negro at Shelbyy it" having been
proved that he had murdered Jihe man"
and placed the body on the track to cov
er the crime. This may be a similar
case, though it may be that McCall laid
down on the track and went to sleep.
his latter iheorjy ho wfvar, could not
eHl&ufiht ofMlie' imlrf beinir sober
when last seen, except for the fact that
he was, no of perfectly sound mind.
mm I I I I
Bumorii of a Bodv Found. ,
,.. . !;! L,1... -res. ' .- - i :i
News was brought to the city yes
terday afternoon that the body of a -negro
man had been found in a pile of
sawdust near a saw mill six or : eight
miles south of the city. The report is
not well authenticated, but has gained
some credence. , JThexje. ar,e other 'ru
mors connected with "the affair, but-ae-these
cannot be traced to ' reliable.
sources,the mention of them is withheld
untilthe matter can be looked into.
Will Surprise the World.
"J. A. E." writes from Charlotte, un
der date of Mav 28th, to the New York
Mining Record, as follows:
"The owners of the well-known
Budisill mine, near this city, have
jusf. r sold , one-half, i interest in their
mine for 635,000, and the Duffy mine in
The Stolen Harness. btd-r :
The let of harness belonrinsr taT.ir1oL
Frank Coxe, which was found in aiunk J
snop ui xuenmono last weeK, naa not
yet beeturnai ltlliAqt Vbeing held
there as evidence agamst the criminals,
Capt. Vi E, McBee, who has just return
ed from liichmond, reports having seen
as . that
f mm TVfr. W P! f nrrrl-n nf thia
ana anoaner'se? wineir rretninKs is tne
same that was stolen some time since
,frmiMKX)hriea-Dawdle of Concord.
The voimer ladies of the Lutheran
eharch in chargeOf 5 the lawft party to
1 4.1 ? A 1 t .
ejyve roini,yarq. mis eyening.
proiuisu utsw anu interesting ieaiures.
The stands and the arcades will be
UullV decorated, and" Chinese 10
terns ."tpnfi&tall over the yard. A4
stand wiil.be. erected in the centre for
musiewist anfixba evemna air will be
wttllunAsic' under iM direction'
of Mr. Ruddock. The entertain
ment will conclude with a little mhf
strelsy, "by the whole company." If the
weather continues fair and nleasant.
i.it"tf J V Jilf.l' J'.. , J.- ia:: i - . . . ........
!' V 11 JUST ' RECEIYEiy AT.
-eT. MOYER'S NEW SHOE STORE, ; -
;'v t V'.-d
m warn m Kf m m n s p pir
lyiiiijiiiii'in ii - liiiin - iiiiii: i m :i am m t - m .-. a.j m ijii i w mm . iiini : uiiii
bf iM Wdst delebrated inak'exs, whlriV Wilt be sold at'jhe yeri lowest prices. Alsoa full liner of
f TT-17. ft ' n ZTTT.riT ' 1?."R ' ft A "NTTV Tl A T :ftTTT?.TMT?.T?'ft ftTTOTft i
FOR1 LADIES AND MISSES. '
"End a large'stock of Slippers and Newport Ties:!fuIn ' Gents' goods we i have a full stock of the best goods. ;; A triid will
rconviii3e you that we sell the same article sold Elsewhere in the city.fronl .5:to 20 per cent, cheaper.. . , Jivi
rp. s. I take pleasure in announcing to my old friends that I am now staying with MrJMoyer, and., feet satisfied that
with an experience oi ten years in. tne snoe ana at nusiness x can sen you gooas ic mac nne to your.satisracuon.
Semberat and Qome copy.
j. Mci ALEXAiTOER.
RailiroaA jVotes, -i .! i
The train on the Statesville Railroad
(Will hereafter JSini.jey.ery day, including
Sundays, to connect with the train, on,
the Western Toad, wnich' does the same
tnis to last tnrougnout tne summer, rt
;The first regular freight train 'oyert
the Spartanburg & Asheville Railroad
arrived at Hendersorrville depot last
Saturday. ,;i . hiw. i-
Upon the recommendation of .the
bondholders of the Carolina! Central
Railway,-Judge Seymour "fags' appointed
C$is3nl$2! l Wilmington,
auxntor of the accounts of the receivers
of the road . v;,:ni:i oiT i
The board of directors of thfe Char
lotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad
held their quarterly meeting in Colum
bia Friday, The reports submitted show
an increase of the net earnings of the
road for the- past 'Oight months; 5 ending
31st May, 1879, of $74,000 over the net
earnings for the sam6"period last year.
This looks as if business of all kinds
was progressiBglnsSouth'' Carolina, "de
spite the cry of "hard times." The di
rectors ate uriahfmbus in their expres
sions of gratification at this result.
The Lifddell Engine Locomotive At--taduqenu
It was announced-iin these columns
some time ago that Mr. W. J. F. Lid-
dell, of this city, had arranged with
parties in Jersey City, N. J., for the
manufacture of the Liddell engine, in
vented by him; The 'first of these turn
ed out by the concern referred to, "ar
rived a day or two ago.' The peculiars
ties and advantages of this engine have
already been described, the most note-
worthyf eature being that'it hats no crdss
arriyal of. the, taatoitneTea lie was un-
abletofind tho grjaia :
In the mean time the cro wd.t which
is variously estimated . at r:frni 100 to
250, arrived m the town,1 went to toe
jail and demandetLthe prisoner, ' Thejf
were told tnat tne snerm naa tasen
him -ito- Union county; -V'A party of
about .fifty was disDatchedf in, that direc
tion, and the remainder - of tb ei crowd
began to search the town?; Every nook
eigh, who are in
visit ? .-i - i ; '. ''''.;!';'
A party of gentlemen a'Sout; twenty
in number went down' to .Stewart s
pond on Sugar Creek, day before.yea
terday, and had an old fashiojried sh:
fry. . . , , h. :. v:
Now tliat the dramatic season is clean
over and gone we can look back upon it
and rPAert that it was better to have
.seedthe Pinafore aa played by the Hoi
-wards the deobtsiisbectingthe sheriff's
7' for .Glen Alpine, Springs? where tney i designs, andcattered up and down tne
wflli play throughont the season, a nis track. Finally aheyfound the i three
pots an end to dancing in Charlotte, did j iQen whQ;adfhe;TOrisoner in charge ;
fioz tne not weatner operate iigaiust iu i tney naticoncearea mm uuuerneaui w
itoe of the-featuiMe musical Wil'SifltS
tpartOrineenw0meni; in we imui tT raCSHlyfr
jam tnis eTenmg wui dc Beverai pieces
tun FPii wiLii LW4I urcuia ttuwuiufliiicu i . : m ,w t.- n.:
W dxtverj pretty combina- SSSSH "SS
tion. J-- maltreated itfaay wayfand on arriving
iii-.A- Union , coontyv man' who recently at the hotel was given a. drink of water,
-paid a visit to friends in Mecklenborg, After .consultation, it was termined
i tells the Mohroe' Expm$ that while in to carry "him to the place where the
.this county he called. upon two ladies bddyVas. f6tmd and there hang or burn
- ! -i.l-.. ninth . J - - i.t : ! i 1 : V. 4- fi-nmr.r,Aa
eacn oi . wnonii ,a J4PirlMAl','y,",'" i mm, as me crowu migun oircinaiui)
irain, lucBuwiu w ""TTy iJJq W!?! casu soia lvjdoswii capi-
to .tajnu"icpeettato $p at f Gafetas;f ' we can just get chlorinattoag
tne point wnere tue prisonei- hjhl oecu i works erected nere we will yet surprise
-sentahd16:vWm?tt-,iWaThith I the world."4 ! i
, 1 . 1 ,1 ,
inna.iau uui, f-u - . Jtemenfe. prevailed. ?Somr went to-
ilv : The Italian band leaves tnjs eyenmg
AMeCber Children's Coueer.
The Mav concert giyen by children
under charge of Mr. Arthur L. Butt, on
the 30th of last.montli is to be repeated
next Friday, nizht-in,, the opera house.
W1LU lilt! HUUltlUll Ul it UililUtLit, uiauu-
pa's BirthdayjTAvhich: -eoataiassa num
ber of pretty songs. The success of the
last concent togeiuer witu tne ctvi ucsu
requestStOf . a BWftheri;f : persons who
heard it, for a repetition, has induced
Mr, Butt, tojepeaywwmthe addition
ied. me opera nouse iyj,
doubtless be filled.
For 'some1' months ' past 'efforts hav.
been rruwle to get together representa
tives of the boards of commissioners of
the different counties through wh!ch
the Carolina Central Railway runs, for
the purpose of arriving at some basis
nnnii which the railroad company s
Eroperty in ths different counties should
e assessed, in order to arrive at some
f i A : A 4 1 .. .4- 1V.A'J
uniioiuiiLV in titAanun. ai iJist vul-
was aereed upon as tne piace
year, and that both arostoufeand hearty.
..... RAfRrrincr to! the decree Of f D. 1). con-n
.ferretl.lasteek, by, Uampden Sydney
College, Vattpon Rev. E. H. Haiding,
tf ' thW-'oiQr ! the Wihningtdh Star calls
to mind the' fact 'thaf Dr Hard ing's
father Was'ali enjinei ifiif ilje Jd a D.
Honor is in session m Newbern tofl?
1 Cot: fJhak !lt Jofte.epTesehtatiV..
tlwlate Supreme -Ldctge-Eiwmctt was-.m
kPtfsirin "at 'Rostbril' is the bhry delegate
from .the Charlotte' lodger-He ;ieft the
rv inityday i tefOTe yesterdayjaf ternoon.
.ill itirtrMTiorV.t.bB.' Souths Carolma.editors
' rwho.Werit'tittW the excursion to Heiw
Jairest cnarmersi aocompaniea ne cat
fgrewisidhMj tefusitig: to- answer ques
of tions, qr replying toalL inquiry byde
155 f Warfntf his. innocence.." U-WJOS, An part,
- --r r. t tt ii. r wftp.Tiinor ana, ampioriuK.
in market-ttiefirst put lh their appear
aflge lasbSafcnrdaV: and now tne n
holder who,ms.any profanity to Ispafi
f mm his dailv business can - besto
upon the little aaxkeyy who; breaks irt '
. nnnn ,hia morninaf jxap Jty.hammer-
inr nnn f nA ffont door and demandrnff"
to know4f th poxypld zrwItAuffT wanf .'fiJ
-,AHv.nrrvi hemes.! f -efir.
'f"CfteitfBion lo Beanfon
lrtt.tA was agreed udoii as
pleere tented ; comtness 3SfflfcMS3rt.l
"ru r r,f o.i,f0fi graphed yesterday that h woUld,be
lor mercy, out WWWW "ulu in'&tl1 Kfc'hoM in th rnnrt. house to-
111 VI fff- V "w - .
iday about noon.
Cotton Export Calculation.
We are under obligations to the pub
lishers, Messrs, Walsh & Wright Au
gusta, Ga, for a copy of a neatly print
ed book, bearing this title. The idea and
k are sumcientiv mcuca
rafctfca KHich says that
disseminate "inf ormation
as to the relative position of the Amer
ican and .the principal EurWpair' cotton
markets, Cable repprtewngiving quota
tions in foreign coins, says the j com
piler, are "nowfc-tfays received even in
tne smarter. o,uiauu uiai.cba, mm m
sire to fully comprehend their meaning
is; quite natural, even in persons not di
rectly engagea in inu expuiL uusiueaa.
The calculations are made out tor trai
actions between Charleston and &a
reee-flTKl rwr -xrlrndeT-ea(lKr"and is
(f'4ieaper slid more -durabkj than others.
Wbthef 'au vantages, Mr. Liddell has
added anattaelnnet bvsvrfeich the en-
liit witlitTin MselL anMVdth the aid
or two norses to guiae tne tongue ana
help to draw it up the steeper hillsr it
will move itself and a threshing ma
chine oVer anv ' otdiharv road. Its ca
parity in this respect has been tested
sincaits arrival here to the satisfaction
of all Who witnessed it "The difficulty
encountered in constructing an engine
for road use, in all experiments hereto
fore made, is that in moying dip and
Mlbvtn uub wmiet in tiie swuer is
thrown first,to one end -of at- and tlien
to the other, occasionally leaving parts
ofthe flues unprotected, thereby allow
ing them to burn out. Mr. Liddell has.
remedied this by filling, only - the lowe
halfira flu, hdi nrHking it impOs
slble, it the boiler is kept well-filled, to
expose, any portion of, the, flues unless
it is turneu. uirecwy on its euu.
The experiments thus far have all
tended to prove the practical utility of
the attachment. It is claimed that two
horses, can pull it with a reaper attach
ed all day without strain. It is designs
ed lor iopqmotive,or.awmnar use, and
1st eattaltvrt-el adapt fb Both.
The engine may be seen by applying
to Capt Jas. F. Johnston, member of
the Liddell Engine Company, who njay
be found at his place of business "on
Revolutions of Thanks,
. . a notber arrival of household and other u-ief ul articles for our famous
F I V E C E N T C O U N T E R
" Far superTof to iill others received. Also a beautiful variety of
PERCALES AND PRINTS, LINEN LAWNS, PLAIN AND FA'NCY.
LOVELY DESIGNS IN
HAMBURG EDGINGS, INSERTING S AND LACES.
Oreat Bargains iu
1' X&uies' Linen Ulsters and Dresses,
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND DRESS LINEN.
" i .i nw i
Be sure to" call and look at our great bargains we offer this week.
H. MORRIS & BROS.
We nave Just received a splendid aasortment of Bustle Frames, for mottoes and various size pictures, at prices lower than ever known in Charlotte.
June 1, 1879.
Pine Apples, Imperial Oranges, "Extra Large Lem
ons, Fresh Caramels, French, Plain and
Cream Candies, Pop Com, Ac,
Our White Goads Department
ficent line of Linen. Victoria. French and Blsnon Lawns:
rgandles, and Barred and Striped Nainsooks at exceedingly
Has recently been replenished with a m
Piques, all styles and prices; India Mull,
We are now. offering bargains In erery line, and your attention Is especially called to our stock of
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Utted tto particularly - for the accommodation of
Ladles, is attnetmg the- attention those who
twbb to maniga toetoaeiyes la tltfs jlne;
v CHINA PAL4pE
LEADERS OF LOWRJCES.
doubtlesayto his. conduct,,he: crowd de
termined 'to' finislrthe execution as
spefedilj ' fioBSUiff ftttsfo i upon
& o'elocfo wMcU.was fcjie,,liaajr -.the exe
cution took place, i-v -vh-h. .t.
Among the; crowd which collected to
witness tofr "execution, were two sisters
. WClt i tllO
object of the wor
Mznt-nuiMtn i.vri im -i b,u YWi'tittiWvmeat1 tB!B'fjaqiwomaii
Ml A A . .J1 rv 1 1 X . -7 - .J
At a meeting or tne unauotte uraysi
held at thejr armory on thef lth inst,
toe jouowmg resolutions Were unam
mousl adopted :
Resolved. That the thanks of this-
-1 . ,i! "l 1 L J
i company are uue ana are nereoy ten
dered to tne spartan itines ipc tne very
handsome mfnei jfi whKatney en
tertained this company, on the occa
sion of its recent visit to Spartanbunr.
ReibllMA'thit w&trt under especMr
obligations to Capt Burnett laeut lio
mar and members of said company for
ifeiikcourtBies and for their individ
ual efforts w make our visit pleasant
and agreeable. a
Resolved, That we remember . with
pleasure this occasion, and hope that
the time, is aotfar distant when we,
will be able to show them more f idly
our appreciation pf their genuine hos
pitality, and in a more substantial
manner. ... . t , ; Ji
Rtsblim.lM a dopy of these resolU
tions be sent to the Spartan Rifles, and
that a copy be printed in The Qbsekt
.n.i 1 1 u 'jp :mt ..t 1 ,-..-
Very many of the healthiest people keep; them-,
selves In such condition by the occasional use ot a
reliable Cathartiey-and they give the preference1 to-;
Dr. Bull's Baltimore mis, as more iuny serving
their purpose than any otner similar remedy.
' ! .. ".. . -;-VA I " 'It i
Just received, a lot of
Freezers, best make. freeie In r rain.
er Coolet8."Kerrltferators, wire,
, Fly Traps, Pampas Plumes
We constanUy keep on hand a full line of PJain
and Decorated China, Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Goods! Cutlery and Plated WarerFarifcy GoodsjTii
Wood and Willow lifafe. :
- .; '.. ' -:x :: . i
goods' as cheap as
are invited to can. we sen
Northern houses, and guarantee satisfaction.
aendqnotanansoaappucanon. !. ,
Thanking you tor the liberal patronage in
stj we are, ;v " ' :
would first talk with the prisoner, and
He Refused "to answer all inquiries,, as
beforeyan tne womarv-walked away
she gave a signal to hanliira, j
i' A m an. who 'it : was saKi.wwasi irom
i this county.
on the 15th.,Inst.,, byD.iA.Mc-:
Th work of the executionirwaa dele-
gattotwoMittoldesfaeri; Jn the
ments jor carrying u eAcmatiui v"
'BeaTlfoWWne Ziird inst xne part
Vmf tfo ? dowrr or'a special: car pty
a. ala wAmiinit tfoin q rn mk to.a.
XfTwhiAii t.hv rn: reUirrratianyteommiinitytovwM
v jprice.oi a .ticKet jQjnmAimm
nab, in the-United States, and Llver
twi "Rnorland TTavre. France ; and Bre-
ing in behalf t oi.ihe prwejier, but menermany. They can, however, be
rtreftisediu fcm!s;1i i el6amiltoshrpilits from any
This book is compiled and jcomNright
edbvMr. Carl F, WUmahsTitj will
dnnhtlesa hA of convenieneeiiand iv
to the many persons . throughout 1
country engagedTn'thrcotton trade,
tauinir- r 'a e' j
The Charlotte relier association met
Jeltterday afternoon, President Young1
wFfi WAdiefl of Stt-ftlU
5: ' Kjrtpefrbm emptyini
u ' : 'i ."ahVlrfn'tl -whatsde
', .- . 't toca- v because of the
Uisasrreeabie oaors wax, i,iiool " . j
. ofTtliedrainS leading f tonv.the city;
- Drains where-rBaiiwwerPty now
were orBeTtoihorougniy citu
out so th
' ni ra Mrs. WlnSlAW1
the bowels, cures dyientery and dhoewoeu
.Ui arising from teething or other w
well known remedy. 25J per boUv.-.. ,
dead woman gave theignaV the two
grayTrairea-menpnaneu me vuggji uum
aja n ""ft
nA fcrimmaTiiY. aeaix-wiLa-wwi' ior
j w(! i. at thk ObsekV!Eii;!1s indeDteo'ior tne.
above tacts to a party woo-toi opi
iaaburg throghoutMoaayr,and ;was
iiUfM an eiewixnw'TOni,i"'RJc.ow
r M i ; i"ir---trr mii? r - ''c-a i
M t . 'VI. 1 ... 1 1. .' 'I M.IIJ'IJJ
It Is a consurflgtign of the body, and differs only
from Pulmonary Consumption, in that the subtle
foe does not attack the citadel of life, and hence
the patient lease Of life is a little longer, but it j
arises from the same caosenls the offspring of th
same parent and ctmsequedtly requires the sagna
treatment ..Tprrect, the Impaired ructions of
dis8tiarf and fibtrltion: and enrich and vitalize the
T3IOOO. IS uu ursimpwwnt iPr uoa wvor utiuin
known by the Me4ical Ffofowtion to be me I
rfiraAWtfiit'i tbteaadef ijctual for good on
count of its nauseous qualities. But in Scott's
Emulsion pi cod Liver un tney are ennreiy over-
.vt V. t rYi 'lip
ways and means recommenaea uia6yji
committee offlve appointed fromeWrai
SSkl regretBtomiprtfceed ikx semdeay.ot
t0 imake I nt nd mnmnnth to hftri.1nlhe:ltTl nf New'
subscriptions tothe same to be paid
iW - - , . : I ailUiWU W1U-W5 CBVM115U IttUIJf' UU1UU UIO UIU-
l,CAIJr'! - . i I chafers of the tickets... The Mice. Two, Dollars:
iins ret;uuiiucuubiuu w o uuiw,, iijuvea. one doimt eacn, : Jror rui
lston - of Cod Liver CM
' confe, aqa-cfitblndd mm Hybophosphlte oi Lime
and-Soda, -is mestv woHderriu remedy m sucn
.Cases. -,. . r, . .mn :
flunruawi ir..i vi ir. niuu. ; t
lah-fctiM ltafirfWr 8.tS7T -wrwr. m
ttif hmlreaan' tenth JtamV the in-
WinwrneHi lypiacie inai, m' accoroance wudiw
teedrne-ms secured or an' mvtoia-oie cnaner, me
ulsiaw Si&tr:Lntt Isas
recommendation was aaopteu.-
were appointed: m
ScotVMrs. F. S. DeWojf fei!
uiirausi mw -Tvsxiiav-'. ii-vaiiaj v
SI10i4O wfll'M ortded fairly ami
cha.sers of the tickets.. . The Mice.
halves, One Dollftr eacb,!'rFor further Information,
address at oncei' M',ai umipain, r. u. xwx
liett -Orleans Ukf -'J u
Inn 17 In - .
tii ILL;! HCWU
if A -T ifiisisjrLlheJciLV.
Mr. Henry JSuoanKineraiageni anu
i "correspondent of the Cblumbiafie-sri er,
:oavSv ,ioniMit-iit if ii .frti)'i"w.a whit.
iu Colv R Lewi; a native North Caro-
linianv DUv POW a -promiuenui ciiw.cn u.
Mrs. Ann Sturdivant. ; - --j a
rtrf.8llJPf.l 0i i-J.l -Wl lul
nf . -Pri rhard. Miaa llettie Williams.
Burrouffhs, Rev. J . F, Butt Mrs.lA.J3,
Springs, Mrs-Jas. H. Carson, Miss Mor-
"Rlia Dowd: -
The committees are requested , to re-
C W was reateredyeay afett ftte next regular fmeetingj to be SpoulT
JaAOOa, M- wa ivismr1-' 'mI'E-AM KoMAnr1 TiiPsdav,lii Jtiliv. '-t ..ml.iM.nAlik.ir!rha mm also endonestt.
th Central Hotel,
Mfiriosir .meaqs lcreae4
Mood ..nurlflcatf dffi-4ha, acrid: element ta which
fcqlQiihe pibt enUqent attribute Hie painful
ArmptoBiiH-a theory completely Dome out oy unnj
ayajs. The name oi wis granaaepuremis
rs,fllirepamflon UkewUe. oelebrated as a
remedy for constapattoiu wbicb eansr,cojitamIna
Hon of thri'iiloodl thahUand a certain
means of relief in dyspepsia, lever ana ague, ana
nervous aUmpntaj' I .-jwrhaps, the finest ionic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
iure ana very
. '.( : i . ; .'.
The most attractive in the cltv, and at very low prices. We have Torchon and Bretonne Laces, Ham
burg Edgings and Insertings, Nainsook Edgings and Insertings, Swiss Edgings and Inserttngs In great
CORSETS AT ALL PRICES.
Colored Organdies and Lawns all grades just received.' We make a specialty of Ladies' and Misses'
LINEN CUFFS AND COLLARS.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs from 5c to $3.50. Oar. Stock of Gloves will be found complete.
ALEXANDEB & HARRIS.
. MRTICUL4KC ' . - lIBtn " " ADDRESS!
whiteSewing Machine Co. Cleveland, ohio. i
. . . 8HAWU, , ... ,, y
:Vt! 'J ,"i'-' ; txnrrdirs,
GirlV and Bora Salts,
DBKSS SLAKING, ,
.... WRAPS, .,"
BANTiKIUUallUKSs . -
j VHITO COOPS,
i, ... BUTTONS
; V HAMTBC1M3S,
SKIRT BRAITJ, - , ,
SEWTJIO SILK, 7 .' H: '
'or .ttmfiies or tntorrriMt&n ema
satisfy ' yquHetyjfcoM iphmy 7and7guiclh
you eat getie0ernin tn ! rt i ii-ii
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
of us lyr MaHl or Express. 7nWe earry, an
averaqe.istock of a6ou, $400,000. all bought
fov prompt cash. -ISP'Vy us.
Have the Children send jor a set of our
COOPER & CONARD,
ImDorters and Retailers.
Esttbllshed 1863, - . 4 '
f i v. V. i'
m 1o c,.;:f 0-
JNO. BB0OEFTEU) 4 Clbu!
-,m. ' v r? r i ,-, -hi v
oiiswyrr CoLtrkniA akd ,AUGFtSTA'Rt'Bi.i:''
rn itnA :kfter Snndat. Jrme 1st OMipaBserigeivJ
schedule over this roaq wuie aswpws: ; .U!U-,.
'si Ti'ta tia
' THROUGH? FREIGHT ROUTS
ThisUne being fully equipped for business.
Freigltrpin,, -j. j : jts . t';, ;
rTt'ili!r.'T' Ii !,! ii. f !.':
t iflmlngton ankai Northern and Extern Cities to
GiwnviUe, Spartanburg, all Stations
Atlantic Tennessee & -Ohio,
As well as points In Georgia
; Insurance and Rates'guafanteed as Low as
DISPATCH UN JJ
TO ALL POINTS SOUTH. ,
offers unequalled faculties for the Trans portloiroX
; l--'.'.".i.v 'ifiU-1 :A t'. A
Charlotte, Statesville; AshevUlev' Rutherfordton
on the' Atlanta k Richmond Air-Ilnd;
and Western V. C Railroads, . - i ! !
Alabama and Mississippi.
;1 - t
irla any jCompeUng Line, and Tluie as QuMk. H
Goruo NoBT?. 1 .''ssffl
Leave Augusta. - ..... ; bO.AjU.,
Arrive Columbia 10 ..;
Leave Columbia,. . w , . . 'A-S 10 3 A, a.
Arrive Charlotte, .....,. . .... ., 3 IKm-ae
ji IFRE1SHT. WITH OOAqrj AJJI ACHEDV J. ftJ
fl JilH.:; .'flii
Leave Charlotte. ; . . .'.:VJ:i.::.-.!.i. a 15 Fill
' -i KOlllUi....J..4.ii4.4..'4 0 r.MU
" ..Wmnsboro.......-.... ......;.; 5 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. .-.'. .'. ..v .V: .H2 00 K.
t iavn fVihimhla - j : i-.r.-;. s,i,.uiiijiil 00 AX.
Arrive Augusta.,. w r,iW0aA.pi,
f-' ' u crura south, - j ,i; cr
Leave Charlotte, : .........iw,,-.12 45-Aia
Arrive Colombia, - t?X::&. 5 HQ, At H
Leave Columbia - - . 5 85 A, X
AiriwrAugasjaii.:i...'i.iwia.i-,..- 9 25 A, m
'Tmm Immsta:; 515 9..M
1 Irriserjoluinbla r'..tv... i 1 80 AH
Leave Columbia,.. wivi 4
- h Winnsboro - 5 45'J1C
Chester,vi . &iiV3. AVA.-: 8 tf ; A,it;
r r5 TockHiaii-.4jww.iU.iail0 00 A.M.
Pullman Palace C&fS from Augusta to New York
and fromOreenabm to Aiunsta I - " J
jEficuning .tueepuirr inaira rroia .yjanvuw w
t Jwa E.MacMubio; fi, PiAgeat
.. Janeq- .ftoiieaat AtjS- Agent
' , i'ljiformaaon fnrnlsbed,
a 'if i if i ,
v'L; 1-f -fJ ;p;:'il ' . ..
vii! lii Ji-u- iHiuwi'-l fijsir;I, .
1 I ' riW.CLAREi aill.iSit .': 'iJ 1
' ' "V ta.'igtt'Agei' Wumlrig
j y ;;.K1 Of :-A,Vt ?jj-.ii.2 .Ml:" I ."i-h"J t
SPWv' iij:nii .;!; ui? ikhI fi.j
upon appUcaUon to
i Ivijib i f
-v:-j b-iirj 1
.ti. . )i;
.x. x. &jaiii
Agent C! C,' RaflwajCbArlotte.
1; !, ,') :
j'j i 'i'-j
TT.-iiT Hr. . . 4 ... t .- . .
- . .n'i ,
ui-;i o Jl no" oisniOT oj ir'-a.' i
) ftrtzedfora Wernat Revenie Laws.1 With 25 years
.W:waw:.b& ii-frui- rni. : x l attraction w
:T v;?(f 1fflif ytr iri4q iitv 1
Also, 2 boxes tobacco, owner c. waray; ,
-NotioelaAawby gbt the owner or claimants i;
oi the aDnye desennea property no appear: oeiore ij
Hie HI ID VUWS UI DUM.0STU1O, W1U UliHU cuuu
thereto before the expiration pl thirty days from
date kereof, or the aame. wllV.be, forfeHed tUw
VaUedt fltee. i-K J-rw -A itOTT,
i,n '"!! "l "'"i fwlil
MX OFFICE OVER L.R.WRISTON & CO'S
i &UL -51. J-
'TOP AT SHE x&
-2 rf id Mtna Vailonil'Hbell RatefgB.1
a:kBrown,aiC,Cnie leri$W'.;0.8helDurn As