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Till I t"PA Y, .1 T ' KE 26, 1S70.
PEER n 5 II
i K.ULEOAU DIRECT.ORI.
The followir? table shows the running of paasen
r trains to mid ifronj Charlotte, oa all the rail
roadw (Washington time):
Arrives from Richmond andfloldsboro, 12 40 a. m.
Leavesfor " . . " . 3.40a.m.
Arrives from Richmond.-s. j . .);..... . 1 ! . 1 2 a. m.
Leaves for ;- 8 65 p.m.
ATLAKTA A CHARLOTTE AIB-LINK.
Arrives from Atlanta,,. . , ', ....... 3.40 a. m.
Leaves for Atlanta,,,..., . .. ,y 12 40 a. m.
Arrives from Atlanta,. a 55 P- m-
Leaves tor Atlanta,. ....... n ; 11-12 a. m.
CHARLOTTK, COLUMBIA A ATGUST A. '
Arrives from Augusta,... v. :. 3.60 p. m.
Leaves for Augusta, . . . 12.45 a. m.
Arrives from Columbia (ac. Freight) .. 12.10 p. m.
Leaves for Columbia, ,
Arrives from Wilmington,1....;1.. ..
Leaves for Wilmington, .......
Arrives from Shelby, U .
Leaves for Shelby, .................
2.15 p. m.
8.20 a. m.
8.25 p. m.
5.05 p. m.
8.40 a. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE A OHIO.
Arrives from StatesvUle,. tk m-
Leaves lor StatesvUle,,. .00 p. m
;, l .i l l
f. War Department,
?. M. )
Office Chief Signai, Officer,
Washington, June 25, f:30 p.
For the- Soutji Atlantic States, slight
changes in pressure and temperature,
southeast winds, partly cloudy weather,
and occasional rains.
2 P. M. ! 9 P. M
Thermometer.... -. . ,
Weather, C .
Highest temperature 83 dee.; lowest 68.
WKATHKBBKPORT, JUNE 25, 4:20 P. M.
Stations. v r Barom iTh. Wind. Yel. Weather
Atlanta,-.-. -80.04 78 S. " 4 Cloudy.
August. -.. 80.05 85 a W. 12 Threat'ng.
Charleston, 80.09 84 S. E. 11 Fair.
Charlotte-. 80.01 80 E. 8 Fair.
CorslcanaV-1 2&86 5 S. 6 Fair.
Galveston, . 2.t5 88 8. E. 12 Fair. "
Indlanola,.. 29.94 89 8. B. 18 Clear.
Jackson'lM, 30.10 82 E. 8 Fair.
Key West,.. 8002 78 E. 8 Cloudy.
Mobile,. ... 30.04 81 K. H Threat'ng.
Montaom'y, 80.10 77 E. 5 Cloudy,
N.Orleans, 29.98 85 E. 15 . Fair.
PuntaEasa 30.02 87 S. 5 Fair.
Savannah.. 80.10 85 S. 8 Fair.
St. Marks.. 30.08 82 S. 5 Cloudy.
Havana.... 00.00 00 0
The tomato crop about Charlotte suf
fers from the rot.
The Central Hotel tank is dry dry
in June, for the first time in several
The number of deaths during the
past ten days is something altogether
The courts had almost absolute rest
yesterday. They have had a right live
1 y time of it lately.
It is said that Madame Rentz's min
strels will be the first theatrical compa
ny to come South this season.
There is to be a rousing time at Hen
derson ville on the 4th. A number of
Charlotte citizens will go up.
Five cent counters, ten cent counters
and bargain counters are becoming poj
ular, ana merchants are showing their
appreciation of the fact.
A well-known teacher, who was in
the city a few days since, expressed
surprise and gratification at the num
ber and excellence of the schools along
the Carolina Central Railway.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany are putting up new posts on their
line all the way from Augusta to Char
lotte. They have completed the work
from Augusta as far as the railroad
bridge below Columbia.
Princeton College, in regular course,
has conferred the degree of A. M. upon
Mr. James C. Jenkins, son of lion.
David A. Jenkins, late State Treasurer.
Mr. J. C. Jenkins is a graduate of Prince
ton, and was, until recently, a resident
of this city.
Mrs. Pedestrian Potts said down the
Air-Line that the best water she has
struck since she has been on the road
has been at Charlotte, N. C, and Gaines
ville, Ga. A few more such compli
ments to our water and Charlotte will
set up a claim as a summer resort.
The Sunday school of the Presbyte
rian church of Monroe had an excur
sion to Woodlawn yesterday, and spent
the day very pleasantly on the river.
On its return the train stopped over in
Charlotte to await the departure of the
Wilmington train, and the excursionists
were given an opportunity of riding
and walking around the city.
wmM ii I I i Bmm.
The IIa,bea. Corpus Case
Judge Schenck has signified his readi
ness to hear the habeas corpus case of
Dal and Nathari Thrower, now con
lined ia jail here to await trial at the
next term of- the Superior court on the
charge of .the murdet-of Harvey Kings
bury, colored. Accordingly the wit
nesses, prisohers-and attorneys will go
up to Lincolnton this morning, and the
trial will be had there to-day. The
prisoners' counsel will introduce addi
tional testimony, with the special object
of proving an alibi, in the case of one of
them at least j
The Walking Widow.
Mrs. Potts is the sensation of the day
i Atlanta. She walked there Monday
and Tuesday evenings;' making her five
miles, Monday; iri "fifty-seven minutes,
and one of , these miles in eleven min
utes, She'wp3 jtohave left Atlanta for,
NeW pxleTaeyniiQrning, tliougn,
one of brer ankles is touched with what;
it i feared isefyslpelas ;The;Cp7w?t -tiotfbt
gCwsayssWis. in splendid:
coidJU(miTrlrxiBg the ankle,; which she
and has nieitheilgaise nor ldst any flesh
Willie1 JomkSiAtf lwJ6fi tdH, .:s w .tt;i:
i:.t' fciig ,y r " tiyvt'i Y r i ';' '.
At the last regular meeting of Char
lotte LoageT'Nff S80LJ Independent "Or
der B'nai B'rithfi' f ollowingtofficers
were elcteti the ensuing term i; :
President-r?Moyer. w.ii -1,-ia
Vice Presidenl Lewis BerwangeriK- j
garten., of v--sL')iiLi-j' i'owd i
v i n a ns nl iW-rpiarr AL Lachtenstein.
Monitor Lewis. I&GSL
Lecturer rlij Aaieli . 4
Trustees L XeonL, Berwanger, li.
M. Kopf, S. Landecker And D. Blum. . v
The. Norfolk vJandmartebt oent
Tho will fvf fha lafSnido-e OM;Dor
man. dated June 2d: 187& was admitted.
to probate Thursday in ithe corporation
court he- estate isestimated ;tc ;be,
i kehtna ft'tSflrri'etu'al
Mrest on which to be nsedr.for ithepup-i
poee tf educating colored youths :or zw.
fninistry ; also - $10,000 to be.uiea. :i4
waicttever Is most ne"eded.'
Deatb of a Well Known Colored Nan.
Frank Alexander, the well known
colored butcher, a very reputable man,
died at his residence in this city yester
day afternoon. He had been in feeble
health for a year and for the past three
months has been confined to his bed
The funeral will take place this after
noon at 3 o'clock from the African Zion
M. E. church, and the services will be
conducted by Bishop Lomax.
Officers Y. M. C. A.
At the semi-annual meeting of the
loung Men's Christian Association
Tuesday night the following officers
w ere elected for the ensuing term :
President G. B. Hanna.
irst Vice President T. M. Pittman.
Second - I. H. Foust.
Third - w. S. Hales.
Fourth " A. Aldrich.
Fifth " W.B.Nisbet.
Corresponding Secretary Ch as. W.
Recording Secretary b- K-iJohnston
Treasurer C. S. Holton.
W. S. Hales, A. S. Caldwell, G. T. Cole
man and C. S. Holton were appointed
alternate delegates to the Saiisbtiry convention.
An Important Paper.
A gentleman of this city has received
from the president of the historical'sc
ciety of W orcester, Mass., a letter con
veying intelligence of the existence of
a paper among the society's records
which will forever set at rest all doubts
relative to the authenticity, of the
Mecklenburg Declaration of Indepen
dence, on the 20th of May, 1775. Certi
fied copies of the paper have been sent
for, and we are informed that the gen
tleman referred to will soon bring to
light all the ; facts connected with, this
important historical event. In view of
this fact the matter will not be further
anticipated here. , It is sufficient to say
that it is in the hands of an able and
conscientious investigator of the truth
of history. ;
Death of yir. II. A. Springs.
The sad intelligence of the death of
Mr. Richard A. Springs was announced
by telegraph here yesterday. - He died
in New Vork in the morning at .7
o'clock. The telegram contained no
further particulars, except that the
body would be sent to Charlotte as
soon as possible. Mr. Springs left
home less than a week ago for New
York, having expressed the intention
of ultimately going on to Saratoga for
his health which has for along time
been feeble. He was accompanied by a
servant and from him the news of the
death comes. It was received with the
sincerest expressions of sympathy and
regret. Everybody in Charlotte and
many persons in other parts of the
State knew and liked Dick Springs, as
he was familiarly called. His frank
and genial manner, his bright wit and
his generous and kindly disposition
made him a delightful companion and
gave him a hearty welcome into every
household. His business qualifications
were of a high order. When engaged in
active business, no young man in Char
lotte was more successful.
If anything could add to the feelings
of regret and sadness which his friends
in this city experience at the announce
ment of his death it is in the fact that
lie died within twenty-four hours of
the demise of his nearest and best
friend, Mr. Jno. A. Wilson. For years
their associations have been of the
most intimate character. Much of the
best part of their lives had been spent
together and in death they were not
Mr. Springs' remains are expected to
arrive in the city at 12 o'clock to
night. Capture of Jail Birds.
The news reached our neighboring
town, Gastonia, Tuesday, of the escape
of the four negroes from Lincolnton
jail Monday morning. Early yesterday
morning Mr. A. S. Bradley, who lives
near Gastonia, went into the village
and told the marshal that his milk
house had been broken into, and further
that he had seen the robbers, a party of
negroes, but could not stop them. The
marshal, Mr. T. W. Davis, immediately
went to his house to get his gun, but
arriving there found that the gun had
been stolen. The two circumstances
created some little sensation which was
in no wise abated when Mr. Page, the
Air-Line railroad agent, went into the
ticket office and found that it had been
robbed of a sum of money. A party at
once started in pursuit of the robbers
who were easily tracked, a heavy rain
having just fallen. Mr. J. B. Lutz was
the first to come upon them, about four
miles south of Gastonia, and drawing
his pistol he demanded their surrender.
One of the robbers drew also and de
clared that he would dot surrender, but
Mr. Lutz bull-dozed him into striking
his colors, and, firing his pistol, attract
ed the others of the pursuing party and I
it tt 1 A 1 i ""-T"
tne tnree rooDers were laisen unuer arr
rest and will be held until orders are
received from the sheriff of Lincoln.
They have acknowledged that they-are.
theiail-breakers. 'Henry. Johnson, wlno
stole Mr. Davis' gun, has not yet been
arrested though at last accounts a crowd
were in close mirsuit oi mm. sroinzan
the direction of the South Carolina Tine.
Another negro, believed to be an ac
complice of these, is also in custody at
On theSf d, 4th and 6th of July, ex
cursioq; ,ucKets ; jvui; ne soia on- me.
Carolina yenirai ? cutaway ior pns uu
one' halfcents -per mile, making the
trip from Charlotte to Wilmington and
return cost only $5.00. Trains on the
nifrht of the 3rd connect with the ex
cursion train to Raleigh frdrtf Hamlet.
This trio will cost only $3.85. . As an
aaditt6oal;rin4W6ut; lor mpm
from the upHGOunxry y iQi visit vv uuuag
ton n the- 4th may b& mentioned the
bet that -t&eanuaW regatta pi' the
Carolina (Ta6ht I Clui wllliceur on
that day. ,
27th makes a pleasant opportunity , to J
here f or "Columbia uUtnoj morning s of
that ' -day. - The - excursionists 1 from
by other?; f rdmViutexior. parts of South
Carolina. The tickets are 'good - for
Bye dajsrianii sell at $4.7?.., , v. , ,
Tickets tot: the excursion fc Ijenderj
conviire'carfbe had from and after this
if ternoon upon application to Capt. R,
H Alexander, ...viae excujBiumw cy
hefeJ Cbe it.imeiubejied!Qiijth8 rt.20
3. iBQftrani' ja.naay. . rrauBiatyiwj
have beeirtoaar oywMca;; inps.ewno.
wish $6 cah jemaiu- at Henderson ville
vriittt the iisth and return n half-f are.
.Arrangements 'have; alsoheeinade'
with the Keepers or noiis ana ooaruinK
houses -at - Hendersonville by whieh
barties going on this excursion will , be
entertained at$l:per day; and -those;
who desire. o, go on to;':AsheviUe will
hi niK3;;irAr for. Tm-mw.-to&9f
tAiniit wo miles irom w wwn .."v
imTJEM 3fiii wiU take tlienfiinging
il :4 'tj. JC5r.iU.nMK-Mw;tvrkl MlTonlflri
ionYille on r CapAlexandjr excurl:
ana give i couuem juuuuoj uu.
ini i taken on to; Hendersonville in.
thTcarspeclally , proyided : f octthem, ;
TuMday morning, and will give a con
cerl at the latter place that night.! r
Elders and Deacons Convention.
The sixth annual convention,, of he
elders arid jleaconsj of Mecklenburg
Presbytery will be held at Olney
church, four miles-south of Gastonia,
in Gaston county, and immediately on
the Narrow Guage Railroad, on Tues
day, the 5th day of August, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m. Ample preparations
will be madeby; the congregation for
the entertainment of members and vis
itors. The committee having charge
of these arrangements request that
members and others expecting to at
tend, will forward their names to Mr.
James Q. Holland, Gastonia.-
Olney is situated iu & healthy and de
lightful re'gion'krf cluntfyv 'nea the
historic field, King's Mountain. Liberal
hospitality is a characteristic of its peo
ple, and a sojourn of a few days
amongst them will be pleasant, and it
is hoped will be made profitable.
A committee . having the .matter in
charge will -arrarrge for halt 'fare with
The programme to be observed by the
convention has been prepared by a
committee, consisting of Gen. John A.
Young, Gen. R. D. Johnston and Mr. J.
Swann, and is as follows: f
PROGRAMME OF THE. CONVENTION,
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock, August
5th, 1879 ; devotional exercises conduct
ed by Elder R. McNeely, president of
Permanent orgaoiajtion, A .
Rules of- order for the sessions and
business of the convention.
SUBJECTS "FOR CONSIDERATION AND DIS
CUSSION. The young men of the Church ; the
importaneeojf r remdering, thenx active
laborers in the service, i w v..
The study of the Book of Church Or
der, and the methods of procedure
Bible study, and the best method of
promoting it in the Church and Sab
bath schools. ' ' , '
The relation of the Church and the
duties of its officers to the Sabbath
school, and the duty of pastors and ses
sions to provide for them teachers qual
ified for their duties.
Prayer secret, social, private and
public, and the faith of the Christian in
Methods of raising funds for Church
enterprises, and the duty of Christians
in relation thereto.
Representation in the. courts iof the
Church. (Continued from last annual
convention and made the order of the
day for the afternoon session of the
The Bible Society.
To the Editor of The Observer:
Please allow us spacein your columns
to deny that the Odd Fellows and Good
Samaritans have anything to do with
running an excursion, as has been
advertised, from Charlotte to Columbia
on July 3rd. J. M. Goode,
It is warranted to cure all diseases of the blood.
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture will free you of Pimples,
Bolls, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin.
Fresh Supplies ot Vitality
To renew a waning stock may be gathered from a
source accessible to all, and never sought In vain
by any whose constitution and vigor are not so
much dilapidated as to be wholly past repairing
Evidence direct, convincing and ample, indicates
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a tonic of unexam
pled efficacy and perfect purity, and possessed of
properties that constitute It an invaluable remedy
for dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint, urin
ary and uterine weakness, rheumatic complaints
and malarial fever. Delicate females and infirm
old persons are invigorated and solaced by It, and
the physical prostraUon which usually fellows a
severe Illness Is in a great degree remedied and
convalescence accelerated through Its use. It oc
cupies a leading position among medicinal sta
ples. jun24 lw
How to Get Fat.
Just now when so many fat people are trying to
grow lean, we would suggest that it would be a
good Idea for the lean ones to try and grow fat To
do this keep the bowels and liver regulated with
Mott's Liver Pills, and your digestion will be good,
and jou will grow fat rapidly.
Esse Attainable by the Rheumatic.
Yes, although they may despair of relief, It Is
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a
remedy which carries off, by means of increased
activity of the kidneys important channels for
blood purification the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent Is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
means of relief in dyspepsia, If ever and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the finest tonic
extant, and Is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce It to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
TELEGRAPHIC MARKET ' REPORTS,
JUNE 25, 1879
Baltimore Oats easier; Southern 86a40, Wes
tern white 35a, do mixed 33a34, Pennsyl
vania 35a6 Hay market firm; prime Tean
sylvanla and Maryland 14al5. Provisions firm;
mess pork, old 10 50al0.75, new ; bulk meats
loose shoulders 41A, clear rib sides 5. packed
4fea5fe; bacon-rshoulders 5, cleat, trip sides
6, hams llal2. ard refined tlerees 7. 'Butter
dull; choice Western packed 10al2, rolls .
Coffee firm; Rio cargoes lH4al414. Whiskey
quiet at l.0oi&a7. sugar nrm; a son Ka.
Cincinnati Flour dull; family 5.20a6.00.
Wheat dull; red 1.00 Corn dull at 82vfea38.
Oats qutet at 32a35. Pork dull at 10.00. Lard
stronger; current make 6.05. Bulk meats stronger;
shoulders 3.85, cash, seller August, short ribs 4.85
a90, short clear 5,00; bacon quiet; shoulders 414,
clear ribs 5 clear sides 5. Whiskey aetlve and
firm at 1.03. nutter steaay; rancy creamery 1 ais,
choice Western reserve 12al3, choice Central
Ohio9all. Sugar steady; hards 9aityfe, A white
8Ua8, New Orleans 0aiVi. nogs nrm; com
mon 8.00a3.65, light 3.65a3.85, packing 3.80a
4.00. butchers 4.00.4.07; receipts 1.619; ship?
Nhw York Floinv-na decided Cbanee: ito. 2.
common to good extra Western and State 3.75a
8.80. eood to choice do 3.95a4.50; Southern flour
quiet; common w iair extra toao.ov; guou r
to choice do 5.65a6.75. wheat ungraded win
ter red 1.08, No. 2 ditto 1.19al-20fe ; v Com
ungraded w&wvs, jno. a, vws, oovs.
Ckffee moderate demand-Ei quoted f In car-
llUal4Vi. lob lots llVtaioi sugar quiet:
ba 6a, fair to good reflnbig 6 5-1 6ai, prime
fa: refined standard A. 8X6, granulated 8,
powdered 8J, , crushed Molasses New Or
leans 25a28. Bice In fair demand and steady;
Carolina tquoted at 64a7, Louisiana 6a6&
Pork new mess on spot iu.zuaiu.za, 01a v.ov.
Lard prime steam on spot 6.371440. Whisker
dmil.05, i-relhts, quiet . ' ,..t
Nonimi.i Ouiet: mlddiini'l 2io: ' net' recelDtB
18; gross ; stock 1,541; exports coastwise
2d; sales ; exports 10 ureat tmiuw .
BALTiH08IXiU;mlddUaVi2c; low middling
12J.; good ordinary 11.; net receipts ; gross
Z4; saies : swcs A.i.tv; Bxy"cwi"''
feosTOH-Oulet: mlddlmg 12c; low middling I
12Viv good.wrdinarj 41 aeirceifit:8;B(is
Britain A ..sd ( SUi'O 20itS JndaUim
iWnimJGTOH Steady i middling, igc, . low jnld-r
tiling 114i0.igqod oroinafytl; net -receipts .10!
gross : sales stock 331; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise - to Great Britain ; to Con
sent to channel ,
Wrr Twr.imA Ontet; mlddllne 1'2Wtc: low
middling X 2140; good, prdfnory llijaer receipt
; gross 847; sales 346; spinners 246; stock
10,443 ; exports to Great Britain .
tr tATOTOTA-ietr middTlnr 1210, t lew mid-
- iCHABLSsTON'-Pull; mldfl'K. 12140. v. low iiaia
I'dllng 12ct good .'orainaty-liar net receipts
sales : stock
Great Britain :
CJonnnent;U chancel!-. H Vf I
Nxw ToEi-Quiet; sales 204:. Hddd'g uplands
12feC, middling Orleans 12c.; consolidated net
receipts 986; exports to Great Britain 692-,,;.,;
Liverpool Nook a shade easier. Middling
Uplands, 7Lr mMdllng Orleans; 3 14 67L; sales
IjOCXk speculation and xpoit LOOO. additional
sales . yesterday after tiregulac -ctostng, ; re
ceipts 200. all American. Fvttmes partially 1-32
cheaper... Uplands ioi middllngr ciauae : June de
livery , June and July 6 aia1 July and Aug
usC6 29-32. August; and, .September 31-32al5-16,
September and October 7. October and Nov
ember , November and December . New crop
shipped October and November, September and
jcwDer per sail .
n n ait ?
Nxw York Money 2a2l&- Exchange 4.86a
governments strong. New 5's 1.03 Four and
half per cents 1.06. Four per cents 1.02. State
bonds dull. .i jun,
New TobK' Futures closed Arm. Sales 46,
July . 12.47a.48
September,..,..-, tr ,.r, , ,12.43
October.. .. ...U II.... 'll.55a.56
Novemberf. ....... '.. 11 .I5a.l6
December. ,,.,,,M. 11 .09a. 10
January....:.: .......'.::'.::..:...'.:.. 11 .12a.l4
February l .17a.20
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Ofticx or thx Obskbter, i '
. Chaklottk, June 26, 1879. t
Tie mafketesterday closed steady, as follower
Good middling . . .
Strict low middling. . .
CHARLOTTE PR DUCE MARKET
JUNE 21. 1879.
' ' " '
Oobh, per bush'l .............. 65a68-
Meal, " 65a70
Pkas, " 65a70
Oats, shelled, 45a50
H. COiog round.. ....... 7a8
Hams, N. C 9
Hams, canvassed. 1 1 al 21ig
Clear Bib Sides 6a64
Prime Rio 141&al6
New Orleans 85a50
Liverpool fine 1.00a2.00
North Carolina. : ... - 10al 5
Egos, per dozen. : 12
THE HARBOR FREE,
FORT SUMTER, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, &C.
C, C. fc A. RAILROAD COMPANY, )
Office General Passengor Agent,
Columbia S. C, June 21st, 1879. . )
N JUNE 27th AN EXCURSION TRAIN will
leave CHARLOTTE at 10 o'clock, a. m.. for
CHARLESTON, tickets good for six days, offering
a rare chance to visit Charleston and the Sea.
Fare from Charlotte for round trip. Including
steamboat fare around the harbor, $4.75. The
train will take up passengers at stations between
Charlotte and Columbia, on the following schedule:
" Fort Mill,
" Rock Hill,
' W hite Oak,
" Simpson's, .
Round Trip Fare,
ni. $4 75
" 4 50
m. 4 20
10 30 a.
10 50 "
11 15 "
11 51 "
12 10 '
12 40 p.
1 25 "
1 35 '
1 50. '
2 09 "
2 25 "
2 45 '
d Stacks, ) J 00
Where there are no agents, tickets can be had of
conductor on the train.
J. R. MACMURDO,
D. CARDWELL, . Gen'l Pass. Agent.
Ass't G. P. A.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.,
Columbia. S.C, May 31, 1879
On and after Sunday, June 1st, the passenger
schedule over this road will be as follows:
Leave Augusta ,. . .. 6 50 a. m.
Arrive Columbia. n. ...v,;-..- 10 48 A u
Leave Colurobia,....i...u....... .10 53 am.
ArnwChaxlotte,..k!.iv,...w..i-.c.. 4 OOP. iff
! FREIGHT WITH COACH ATTACHED. !
Arrive at Columbia,. . .
Leave Columbia . . . .'
2 20 p.m
... 4 45 p.m.
... 6 30 p.m,
.... 9 05 P.m.
.vj12 00 X.
'. . 1 00 A if.
."7 9 00 A m.
n t t -.NIGHT: EXPRESS.
i-12 45 Ax M
f. S BO a)m
.'. 5 35 am
.. 9 25, AM
freight with coach attached.
Leave Augusta.. .w..i-.fli.ff 5 15 p.m.
Arrive Oolomhte.. J J..i..f l-S AiJ-i 1 80 ajc
Leave Columbia,. ...M.;.i;V.;v-2 SO A.-
" Wlnnsboro, 5 45am.
" Chester, 8 15 AM.
V Rock Hllli v -li ia.tii.ilOt DO X.U.
Arrive at Charlotte. 12 10 R m,
Pullman Palace Cars from Augusta to New York
and from Greensboro to Augusta.
Reclining Sleeping aChajrs Jrom Danville to
Washington yja, LjhcTiDurg.
, jii-tvLinf' Jy&ni Superintendent
3m;,cwc:fMlj tjv . ...
une3 (in.; ilia'jkM&Qi ftlgent
Well knpn- and reliable remedy for Diarrnrea
recommended by physicians. Sold by Dr. T. C.
Smith,,DTuggi8Vi-!w tjsrfio).) iiiUiJ rit.wi&l
H O TJ
8 TT o U 8 1
a o, u s J
vr yaw A. K.LUCE, Proprietor. at l-.t
,i -iff ,
Reduced rate 12.06 and S5eoordng''to loca
M. L. HARNETT, Clerk, latej of Planters' HoteL
10; gross ;
Of the most celebrated makers which will'be sold at the. very ld west
MILES', ZIEGLER'S; AND DALSHEIMER'S SHOES v
And a large stock-of Slippers and Newport Ties.- In Qents': goods, . we hftve a full stock of the best goods. A trial will '
coBYigseTrouthat.we seU the same article sold elsewhere in th city from; 15 to 20 per cent cheaper. ; f
T. t take pleasure in announcing to my old friends that I am now staying with Mr. Moyer, and feel satisfied, that
witlran experience of ten years in the Shoe and Hat business, l ean sell you goods in that line to your satisfaction; ;i
' ' 1 ' Very respectfully. . , : ,
May 29, 1879V- ; - - , V J. Mc. ALEXAKDMr ;,. r!
Democrat and Home eopy. ; - s ; -j , ." ' '
' Another arrival e- household end other useful articles for our famous
FIVE C E NT CO UNTER.
? .' . i . . " m
Far superior to all others received. Also a beautiful variety f '
PERCALES AND PRINTS, LINEN LAWNS, PLAIN AND FANCY,
LOVELY DESIGNS IN.
HAMBURG EDGINGS, INSERTING S AND.LACES.
' ; Great Bargains In
Ladies' Linen Ulsters and Dresses, '
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND DRESS LINEN.
Be sure to call and look at our great bargains we offer this week.
We have just received a splendid assortment
OFFICE OF PIEDMONT NURSERIES, I
Grkknsboro, N. C, May 31, 1879. f
I propose to give, to the patrons of the
The benefit of the traveling agents' commission on
my Nursery stock, consisting of Fruit Trees, fea,
and have reduced the price 50 per cent Apples
and Peaches, 1st class, 8 to 6 teet; fine improved
Fruits as are grown in North Carolina, and ready
for Inspection. Reference given to any Nursery
in Guilford county. Peaches and Apples running
from the earliest to the latest varieties. Trees will
be packed In good strong boxes or bales, and de
livered to railroad depots or express offices without
any extra charge for boxes or delivery. I will fur
nish at the following low rate: Peaches and Ap
ples in any quantity, improved fruit, 10 cents each.
Pears, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Quince, Crab
Apples, Figs, Cherries, 33. cents. Ornamental
Trees, Roses and Flowers will be sold cheaper than
can be sold by any nursery in North Carolina.
Cash to accompany the orders.. Any one not hav
ing cash may fill out note, signed by purchaser, to
be paid when trees are delivered at depot specified
by purchaser. Note to accompany trees and paid
when trees are delivered, purchasers paying all
freights on same. Trees will be shipped in No
vember and purchaser notified when to meet them.
Persons ordering will state plainly where to ship.
Name the depots. Letters ot Inquiry answered
cheerfully. Orders solicited and satisfaction guar
anteed. Send In orders at once.
M. C. DIXON,
Proprietor of Piedmont Nurseries.
Tune 7 eod6m.
A SET OK
which cost over $300, can be bought
By applying to
MAXWELL A HARRISON,
Charlotte, N. C.
As the warm weather is now fairly open, when
Ice has become a necessity, 1 am prepared to till
orders at shortest notice and with a superior quality
of Pure Lake Ice at figures which 1 have been for
merly selling. My cart makes daily deliveries to
regular customers. Those who do not desire Ice
each day in regular quantities can procure tickets
by applying to driver of cart or to me at office. Ice
by car load, barrel or otherwise a specialty, and
promptness guaranteed In every instance.
In Coal I have a full stock, as is usually carried
in the business, embracing all kinds for families,
foundries and smith use. Orders filled at short
My stock of Lumber is complete, and of all the'
various kinds usually carried In the business, such
as 5 4 dressed flooring, 5-8 dressed -ceiling, select,
dry boards, &c; large stock of laths, shingles, fec.,.
constantly on hand;-Estimates on special bills
furnished on application. Also bills ot all kinds
of lumber furnished on shortest notice. Office and
Yard cornet Trade street and N. C. B. R. P. O.
Box 158, Charlotte, N. C.
J une 25. J. T. ANTHOJN X.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS and DEALERS 1$ COUNTRY PRODUCE
; - ' i
1 Keep constently on hand ?
FRESH EGGS and BUTTER, CHICKENS; CR
f LES DRIED FRUlfST 7 T j
' A. W- 1
Exclusive Dealers In
RAMSOUB 4 BONNIWELL'S anrf';AJi.-gHtJ
rOBD'S Various ttrauds.of
.!. : r. ; V( -iiliv blz
ALSO. PBOFHIBTQHS QW , ,
fi : ftn.,
:-: CHARLOTTE, N. C
.This house"ha4a1re'imd netrT tfiAShed,
1t P.- ItiSi fi fcd ZOO l&LJ.
Terms, Per Daf"., V..
- rw Great IndiKmen2J)fferef tp laoler boar
r5; for jermysee theproprtetOIti,- 't-
Mr. H. . wtxaoic s llADt. :. . . . . . : Snoerlntoni
Hnott wjutwei i . '. k. .t?.l mA .vt . eierW
teb9 ' - :
'l, "JUST RECEIVED AT
J. MOYER'S NEW SHOE STORE,
! BARGISrS !
of Rustic Frames, for mottoes and various size pictures, at prices lower than ever known In Charlotte.
Our White Goods Department
Has recently been replenished with a magnificent line of Linen, Victoria, French and Bishop Lawns;
Piques, all styles and prices; India Mull, Organdies, and Barred and Striped Nainsooks at exceedingly
We are now offering bargains in every line, and your attention Is especially called to our stock of
The most attractive In the city, and at very low prices. We have Torchon and Bretonne Laces, Ham
burg Edgings and Insertlngs, Nainsook Edgings and Inserting, Swiss Edgings and Insertings 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' Ilandkerchlefs from 5c. to $.1.50. Our Stock of Glows will be found complete.
June 17. ALEXANDER &' HARRIS.
Girls' and Hoy' Suita,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Hpf P0RPARTI5WLAR8 AMBR0N 3 address:
' WhiteSewins Machine Co. Cleveland, ohio. :
WEEKLY 8 U
A large Eight Page $heet of Fifty-six broad columns, will
be Sent, post-paid, to any Address, till January 1, 18S0, :
FOR HALF A DOLLAR.
June 21-4 m.
CAROLINA CENTRAL DISPATCH LINE,
Via Wilmington, N. C. r "
THROUGH FREIGHT ROUTE
!'1V. .-.1-!kI -::;T 'i
luijt equitped lor bi
i .t't'ili'.iii 'itl
WUnflitpi taid j'Worthero ftiIIEastemJ COi&iUkha Statesrflle, ;v Islyf.ixirix111-
;:oir3irr'GreeniUe,SpartanbBifc;attStattoriS otl AtlVito .; t '!
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at el;Ku ?mn '-mm ,t.. .:. mi -n,$
i ,wrL7surar,RarwWtee4 u Low. to
. Jfelgh igeiWBailiigtoltl IT, CL
prices. Also a full line of
H. MORRIS & BROS.
!'. - K hi ,-
Send for Samples or information, and
satisfy yourself how cheaply and quickly
you can get everything in
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
of us by Mail or Express. We carry an
averasre stock of about $100,000. all bouaht
for prompt cash. KeTry us.
Have the Children send for a set of our
Importers and Retailers,
Established 186a .
THE SUN, Kew York City.
; TQ iftU.POHITS SOUTH., ;
.or$nQe4xtacqiads for tbe Tiuptagbbgi . j
fahctiiiims.vm laop.:-'' hatu-'a trim Vr'"v,i.
m Minn mr.r
upon application, to.
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