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SUNDAY. JAN. J, 1882.
Pbalamx Lodb Na 81, A. If. A x 5L-Eeul8r
meeting every eeeoad aad lourth Monday nu.
alar meeting erery first and third Tuesday ntghST
JSS? Chaptkk No. 89. a A. M.-Begolar
meeting every second and fourth Friday nlghuT
Chaklottk Command ary Na 2. K. T. Begnlar
meeting every flrat and third Thursdayi
KI. OF H.
KHiaars p Homob. Begnlar meeting every
econd and fourth Thursdays.
Knights of Ptthias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays o'clock pTm. atMa
sonlc Temple Hall.
I. O. O. DEP.
CHABLom Ixtdqb Na 8&-Meets every
MlCKIJQTBTTBfJ DECLARATION LOB0 Na Bl
Meets every Tuesday night
night' L0DS1 N 108-MeeteVfr7 Thursday
Catawba Rtvkr Kncamfkunt No. 21. Meats
irst and third Thursday nights In each month.
Index MNcw Ad verr tubmen .
Happy Me8mlth Speaks In another column.
A. a Biealzer Dividend Notie.
Dr. c. w. Benson's Skin Cure.
tvgram 4 Co-Good Thing.
Wanted Address care Observer Office.
M. t-cfalogs taction Sale.
Tho Churches To Day,
Touse Mkbs CBTusriAir Association Devo
tional exercises In the afternoon at 4ft o'clock.
t. Pbtkb's Cathouc Ceubch. Services In the
morning at 10ft o'clock, and In the afternoon
at d o'clock, by Rev. L. P. O'ConnelL
St. Petbb's Kpisoopal Chttrch Services in
the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the evening at
7 o'cloek, by Rev. J. a Cheshire, Rector. Bandar
school at 8ft o'cleck.
First Pbxsbttbbiah Church. Services in the
morning at ll o'clock and in the evening at 7ft
by fcev. Dr. A. W. Miller, pastor. Sunday school
at 4ft o'elock.
Baptist Church Services in the morning at
11 o'clock, by the Rev. R. H. Griffith. He
services at night. Sunday school at 9ft o'clock
Tiitw Stbkbt (M. X.) Church. Servlees In the
morning at 11 o'clock, bv Rev. J. T. Bagwell,
and in th evening at 7 o'clock, by Rev. MrBoyd,
or South Carolina. Sunday school at 8ft o'elock.
Prayer meeting at 7ft Wednesday evening.
Caltaht Mission Church (Mjcthodiot. Ser
vices in the morning at 11 o'clock, and in the
evening at 7ft by the pastor, Rev. J. W. Wheeler.
Sunday school at 9 a. m. Class Meeting at
4 p. m
Associate Rxtorked Prssbttbbiab Chapkl.
Services in the morning at I o'clock, and in the
evening at 7 by Rev. W. T. Waller, pastor. Sun
day school at 1 0 o'clock.
Colored Prxssttbrian Crruacn - Services in
the hi if nto"n at H o'clock ami lu i!ie evening at
7H- by Itcv. Mr. WjcUe. pastwr. Sunday school at
1 1 o'clock a m.
UUHNES NOriCEi '
WHY ARE TOU BILIOUS?
Because jou have allowed your bowels to become
costive, and liver torpid. I"se Kidney-Wort to pro
duce a free state of the bowels, and It will stlmu
lttte the liver to proper action, cleanse the skin of
Its yellowness, cure bilious headache, and cause
new life In the blood. Druggists have It, bo h dry
and liquid. Zlon's Herald.
The Florence R lgathigale or tie Nursery.
The following is an extract from a letter written
to tie German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers
Just open the door for her. and Mrs. Wlnslow
will prove the American Florence Nightingale of
the nursery. Of this we are se sure that we will
teach our Susy to say, -A Bleeslsg on Mrs. Wlns
low" lor helping her to sumve and escape the
griping, collcklng and teething siege. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain,
and cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
gums, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, and
earrles the infant through the teething period. It
performs precisely what It professes to perform,
every part or It nothing less. We have never seen
Mrs. Wlnslow know her only through the prepa
ration of her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If we had the power we would make her,
as she Is, a physical saviour t the infant race.
, Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a botUe.
v UNRELIABLE SUBSTITUTES.
The unparalleled success of Simmons Liver
Regulator has stimulated unscrupulous Individ
uals to leans Imitations and substitutes which, be
ing totally unlike the genuine in their effect and
composition, are calculated to injure the well
earned remedial reputation of Simmons Liver
Regulator-a purely vegetable medicine contain
ing no mineral poison, manufactured by a chemi-
eal process and by improved apparatus orurinated
and only used by J H. Zeilln 4 Co., Philadelphia.
Let the poor sufferers from female complaints
take courage and relelce that a oalnless remedy
has been found. We refer to Lydla K. Pinkham's
vegetable Compound, it is prepared at 'jaa
Western Avenue, Lynn. Mass. Send to Mrs. Pink-
bam for pamphlets.
To pro mote a vigorous growth of the hair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam. It r esto'es the youthful
color to gray balr, remove dandruff, and cures
tchlng cf the scalp.
A Conga, Cold, or Bore Throat Bboald Hot he
neglected. "Brown's Bronchial Troches are a sim
ple remedy, and will generally give Immediate re
lief. Absolutely Pure.
This po wd er never varies.
A marvel of purity,
s More economical
Rtrencfh and wholesomeness
than the ordlnarv- kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. -Sold only in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 few Tork
LeBoy Davidson. Eole Agent, Charlotte, N. C
THE CHOICEST COLLECTION OF
!S 1 1 Verniatea W are,
ever exhibited to Charlotte, at the
0u6dt'iloeiplete W alllta braocbea, and J
everything mu oe exnioueo. vwi
the rash and get flrtt choice.
China Tea and Dinner eetts, Chabw Beta,
Vases, Cologne Betts, Cope and Mnga, XpejVQM,
YUKVM and Trait Hates. Bligoe Kgurea. WrtUng
PecsiSmoUng Setts, Tor viBmJtoCb
d& jaraneee Boxes and Trara, the finest collection of
. . riS Banks. Bobber Balls, Chimes, Musical Tope
J. BROOPIELD & CO.
-JF Doll. Banxs,Bnooe
;- f god Tors, ifr Ba
m ' i
A happy and Drosrerona taw
year to all.
I3T Go to church to-day It is the
best way to spend the first day of the
83T The county commissioners will
meet in regular monthly session to
morrow. 1" Katie Claxton ia traveling this
way, and will be ia Charlotte some
time in February.
m Tickets for "The Merchant of
Venice" Warde will be on sale at the
usual places to-morrow.
Read the advertisement of
Messrs. Pegram & C&, in this morning's
Observer, and reap the benefits.
; tW To-morrow it will no doubt be
written 1881 as often as 1882 and then
take your finger and rub it oft the paper
and into your head.
85McSmith, in a special new year
advertisement in this morning's Ob
server, has something to say about
the way things are going in this com
munity. tTMr. II. C. Eccles, the proprietor
of the Central Hotel, has invited all
the members of the Charlotte Chamber
of Commerce, who are in good standing,
to dine with him at the Central to-morrow,
between the hours ef half -past 1
and 3 o'clock p. m.
tW The wagon road running in from
Trade street to the Carolina Central
depot is in a miserable condition, and
needs attention. The railroad company
last winter did valuable work ' on this
place, but much more can now be put
on it to good advantage. '
S3T At the Central Hotel this morning
a new and handsome register will be
put up to open the new year with; The
old one, which covers a period extend
ing from Dec. 19th, 1880, to yesterday,
had entered on its pages about 24,500
names, the best record the house has
t2TThe contractors of the water
works company are) poshing the work
of pipe laying, and if there is no hitch
in getting the remainder of the pipe the
work will soon reach completion. The
water in the dam is now some six or
6even feet deep, but it will require a
long time for it to fill up.
ElFCol. J.L. Morehead, of this city
owns property in Augusta, Ga., which
narrowly escaped destruction by fire
last Tuesday night. An insurance on
the property had expired, which was re
newed just before the conflagration
occurred, and the policy reached the
owner of the property about three hours
before the fire broke out.
Deeds, (rtjrikge and Liceue.
The total number of deeds and mort
gages registered at the court house in
this city for the year just closed was
2,555 ; for the year 1880 there were 1,837
similar instruments registered giving
the year 1881 an excess of 418. The to
tal number of marriage licenses issued
during 1S81 wss 372152 to white
eon pies and 220 to colored, giving a ma
jority to the latter of 63.
Election of Officer.
At the last regular meeting of Char
lotte Lodge No. 280, Independent Order
of B'Xai B'ri'th the following officers
were elected for the ensuing twelve
months ; President, S. Landecker;
Vice-president, D. Goldbergf; Recording
Secretary, H. Baumgarterr; Financial
Secretary, R. M. Kopf: Treasurer, J.
Moyer ; Warden, A. M. Goldsmith :
Guardian, M. Liechtenstein ; Monitorf
D. Blum. The representatives to the
Grand Lodge, which meets in Rich
mond, Va., on the last Tuesday in this
month are" Messrs, M. Lichtenstein, W.
M. Morris, and II. Baumgarten.
Paw Creek Report.
Old Paw Creek just now feels that
she is entitled to the cake for her effort
at a Christmas jubilee. The other night
a large number of the young folks of
both sexes out in that section gathered
at the Long Branch school house,
where an entertainment was had in
which all heartily participated, and
which was concluded by an .African
dance. Those having the matter in
charge gave a substantial proof of the
efforts put forth to make the affair all
that could be desired by collecting to
gether forty robust cats (sex not known)
and when the other part of the pro
gramme was through with the cats
were tied together in pairs by their
tails and thrown across convenient
limbs. The effect of such a condition
of things can readily be appreciated by
all who have ever been boys. It is said
that these forty cats sent forth music
that will never be forgotten by Paw
Creek township, and acted in all other
respects in the most satisfactory man
ner to the projectors of the scheme.
At the conclusion of the cat dispute
the party made their way to the resi
dence of Mr. A. D. Sain, where the re
mainder of the night was spent in an
old-time Paw Creek double-shuffle.
Mr. H. Morris, who has been carry
infronthe drv soods business in this
citv for some time past, laft las nigut
for Tarboro. N.C where he will give
his attention to the same line of busl
ness. Mr. Morris made a very large
number of warm friends here who will
regret to lose him.
Dr. R. J. Brevard, a popnlar physi
cian of Shelby, has located in Charlotte
for the practice of his profession, ur
Rrevard is a well kuown physician,
havina wide family connections in .this
seotio of the State, and by the further
fact of having formerly been the physi
clan to Cleaveland Springs.
branch house of Messrs. Liddell Co
I . - Ala lff 4Vi nUw vo.
aX JBiOntguuuci j ja.Kt j r
terdav after spending a portion of the
holdays with his relatives and friends,
and will on his return to lontgomery
"at once beirin preparations to extend
next season's business in the territory
Anvorori hv his house.
Through an oversight the name of
Miss Bettie Griffith, one of the young
ti who did much towards the Bap
tist Sunday School entertainment, was
omittedfrom ourmention of the matter
tt ora . Mr. H. McSmlth, the music
man. loaned a piano to be used on the
occasion, for which the managemen
t desire to return thanks.
At St Peter's Episcopal church this
evening at the usual hour for service
an address will be delivered on the sub
ject of Foreign Missiens, and the offer
tory will be devoted to the foreign mis
sion cause. '
Thers will be no preaching at the
Second Presbyterian church, tcrday.
Rev. Mr. Wood the new pastor, is ex
pected to arrive in the city to-morrow.
The Lutheran congregation are in
correspondence with several ministers,
and it is thought the vacancy in the
pastorate will soon be filled. There will
be no services at this church to-day.
Rev. J. W. Wheeler, the pastor of
Calvary church. wQl preach bis first
sermon before that congregation this
morning at 11 o'clock.
Rev. J. T. Bagwell will preach a
new year's sermon at Try on street
Methodist church this morning at 11
o'clock. Text: Phil. 3: 13, 14 Rer.Mr.
Boyd, of South Carolina, will fill the pul
pit of this church at the 7 p. m. service
Rev; R. H. Griffith will "'preach at
the Baptist church this morning at 11
Will KeceiTe Catfle. .
We publish below a list of the names
of the ladies of the city who will re
ceive new year calls to-morrow. The
list should be much larger, and no
doubt would be if proper time could
have been devoted to a collection of the
names of all who will receive, and if
any feel that they have been ignored in
the matter, they must remember that
only those who were kind enough to
send in their names and hours are men
tioned in the list:
Mrs. J. H. McAden, assisted by Mrs.
. Nye Hutchison, Misses Eva and
Carrie Bryce, and the Misses Phifer,
will receive from l to 10 o'clock p. m.
Misses Hattie and Addie Williams,
and Mrs. J. C. Weaver, will receive with
Mrs. L. W. Sanders from 4 to 12 o'clock
Mrs. Ed. S. Bur well will receive with
Mrs. Armistead Burwell from 2 to 8
o'clock p. m.
Misses Mary Burwell, Laura Yates
and Sallie Luske will receive with Mrs.
Thos. Grier from 2 to 10 o'clock p. m.
Misses Williams and Miss McCorkle
will receive with Mrs. Walter Millet
from 5 to 12 o'clock p. m.
Mrs. Harrison Watts, assisted by
Miss Watts, of New York, and Miss
Minnie Phifer, will receive from 2 to 12
o'clock p. m.
Mrs. T. S. Clarkson and Misses Carrie
Clarkson and Bettie Conrad will receive
with Miss Cora Springs from 2 to 6
o'clock p. m.
IfJarriftgea in ecember.
The number of marriage licenses is
sued by the register of deeds for Meck
lenburg during the month of Decem
ber show a decided upward tendency in
the matrimonial business. As usual,
the colored people have struggled nobly
to keep ahead of the whites, and the re
sult shows a preponderance in favor of
the blacks being 3d against 30. Licen
ses were issued as follows:
R J Brevard, Mary Stoney.
J F Phillips, Mary T Biggers.
C F Todd, H R Todd.
J C Cochrane, Mollie Alexander.
T L Boyte, Lydia Taylor.
D F Joyner, M M Owen.
M W Caldwell, Mary J Caldwell.
M D Youst, Vena Stowe.
Lin wood Gunn, Marian Rutland.
J H Griffith, Mollie Grier.
L H Grier, Alice Spratt
J W Montgomery, A C Reid.
J W Auten, Mary J. Montgomery.
Avery Hobbs, Laura Clontz.
M A Alexander, Cora P Brown.
Jno A White, Sue G Lewis.
A H Alexander, Jane E Campbell.
C Y Auten, Sallie Wilson.
Hall White, Mattie Flow.
W E Thomas, Emma W Mattoon.
R M Henderson, Nancy J Osborne.
John Sneed, Susan Petty.
E C Ritch, M V Duckworth.
John Burr, Caroline Helms.
S N McGinn, L E Cunningham.
J M Blackwell, R J Barnett.
W H Etheridge, M J Adams.
W B DeMarcus, Mrs B M Withers.
G A Lawing, M C Kistler.
T P Baker, L B Henderson.
A Beatty, R Thunderburg.
Wm Black, Sallie Duck.
James Fox, Lizzie Lindsay.
Wm Withers, Jennie Davis.
Lee Price, J Alexander.
Jacob Quinn, M Carpenter.
C Eudy, Julia Graham.
R H Howard, N L Reed.
P M Pettis, S A Knox.
A Black, P Patterson.
T L Query, H Robinson.
Geo White, R Huie.
W P Pennington, K W Smith.
Jas Parks, Vina Beaver.
A Gabriel, Dorcas Torrence.
Jeff Parks, Lucy Ross.
Robt Howie, Alice Burt
T R Hart, Mary Lawrence.
J L Alexander, M Boger.
John Hayes, V Stevens.
P Clemjfton, A Potts.
J Conner, S Estridge.
W Pharr.C Phifer.
C Johnston, M Caldwell.
R Hutson, C Starr,
Thos Mcinny, Ltwy Tole.
George Gregory, Maggie Davis.
Wm Davidson, 8 Lewis.
Chas Dixon, E Boggau,
Geo Alexander Maggie Grier.
S Rhodes, ME Black.
A Coffee, Sallie Graham.
D LeCraft, B Walton.
W 0 A Smith, M A Stewart.
Jas Williams, C Mosly.
BILLIHG8 BX1BD JBOM.
NIWPOBT. K. L, Aug. It, 188a
v... tmm.Jt mm )iam trttnai tot breathe in all
the salt air or tne ocean, tno biiwi wui b ui
i?" l7WoirrTi.r arith-a refraetotT liver.
Iwas induced to mix Hop Bitters with the sea gale,
and have found the ttoctare a gi orkwi i JMltt
-1 have been greatly helped by the Bitten.
ana am not airviu w w du. - r
T"? . ioSaires.
v-o " J X" - " -
Constitutional akto-dlseasee of a seortwtte ehar
mrt, m .rwMwufoilv treated with Dr. Benson's
Skin Con, Internal and external treatment, both
pleasant It certainly removes scronua, erupuous,
dandruff and tan and makes the tHa smooth and
healthy.. ' . .
mm . vn rm lnin trmtAnAttm WMtlll ttS
youthful eolor and hutre by the use of Part-er's
BBal- aegant dresetngadmlred for Its
purur ana n jvwum, u :
Baltimore aad North Carolina mining-
We notice among visitors to Charlotte
several of the principal officers of this
company, who have been spending
several days at their property. Report
says the object of this special visit is
to take the initiatory steps towards the
erection of smelting works on their
property for the reduction of their ores.
For sometime past, we understand,
they have been pushing their work
Vigorously, sinking their shafts to
lower depths, and have developed such
a high grade of rich and valuable ores
in copper, &c, as warrants this move.
The management seem to have the
spirit of goaheadativeness coupled with
practical knowledge and experience in
It Is the fashion for many people to neglect na
ture's laws and blame Providence for the result
A favorite thing with them Is to neglect a oongb
or eold instead of using that unfailing means of
relief, Dr. Bull's cough syrup. Price 26c a bot
In this city, on Monday, December 26th. after a
long protracted illness, Miss Alice Urey, aged 88
AXoungman who has had considerable ex
perience, desires a situation aa assistant book
keeper or elerk, in a grocery store. Best of refer
ences given if required. Address G"
Janl 8V Care Observer Oflloe.
Thz ComtsBciAi, National Bakb. I .
Charlotte, N. C Dee. 80th, lsSL f
AT a meeting ef the Directors of this bank, herd
to-day, a semi-annual dividend of four per
cent was declared payable to stockholders on and
after January 1st, 188U.
A. G. BBXNIZEB, -Janl
NXXT Wednesday at 10 o'elock a m.. a lot of
irurnlture of all kinds will be sold at the
Charlotte Hotel, to the highest bidder.
Janl M. 8CHL03S.
BY VIBTTJK OF A DKCBIDEJHK STJPXRIOB
COUBT OF MSCKLSNBTJBa -COUNTY, I
WILL EXPOSE FOB SaLX, AT
At the Court House door in the
CITY OF CHARLOTTE,
2ad Day of Jannary, 1882,
That valuabls city Beal Estate, known as the
Rock Island Factory
WITH ALL TBI IMPROVEMENTS THEBEON.
This properlr is situated in the City of Charlotte,
Immediately oihthe line of the North Carolina and
Carolina Central Hallways, fronting on Trade
street In said city, and the Improvements thereon
are well adapted for manuiactunng purposes,
having formerly been used, for a number of years,
as a factory for the manufacture of woolen goods.
TERMS: Two hundred and fifty (S250) dollars
In cash and the balance In two equal Installments
at six and twelve months, with security, and in
to rest from date.
The property will first be offered in lots and then
as a whole.
This sale is made subject to the ratification and
approval of the court
For further information in regard to the proper
ty, apply to the undersigned, or A. SHORTER
CALDWELL, Chailotte, N. C.
- U5U s. vtivavH,
Charlotte. N. C, Nov. 19th, 1881.
FLORIDA ORANGES and LEMONS; also on
hand Turkeys, ' Geese, Eggs and Cranberries,
Buckwheat Flour and Mew Orleans Molasses.
dec23, s. m. Howell,
Let No Man or Woman Turn Over a New Leaf,
--THEY ARE BLANKS,
But Let Even One, Old and Young, Tate a Good Look
DIRTY SOILED PAGES OF THE PAST
And See Where They Can Impro?e on the Layout
HAPPY Mc. HAS HAD AN EXPERT FOR THS' PAST 30 DAYS
LOOKING OVER THE OLD PAGES, AND FOR THE NEXT 265 DAYS
P t.- v.' j
AMONG THE OLD
: ; . r - .-s ' . -. . : : :
THAT WITHOUT SWEARING W mtHEH.
ILooEidSlQt for Good Fs ii'.
WM WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND A-KCEHQ,
WE WILL ALWAYS BX FOUND A-XJCKIKG,
WILL SOON BE UPON US,
We wou'd be pleased tothave you call and
onr Stock of
Our assortment of TYYVC was selected es
pecially for the Be X J 1 D tall Trade, aad
comprises everything New and Novel to Interest
the children. With sixteen years experience we
feel that we know your wants. It vrti be to your
interest to examine our stock before purchasing.
Fresh Fruits of all kinds, Nuts, Raisins,
FIGS, OITBOff, OUBBANTS, 4c
We are now receiving orders for CHRISTMAS
CAKES, and if you desire anything in that
line we would be glad to have
you call on us.
IV We manufacture our own CANDIES dally,
uu voa guarantee unm ru&Bk
See us for XMAS GOODS by all means.
D. M. RIGLER.
DO IT FAT
TO CALL AT
BEFORE YOU MAKE
We will not here attempt
to enumerate what we have
but If you win can we will satisfy you that we have
the finest assortment of
ever brought to this market
CaU and see our Display whether you buy or not.
A fine lot of
of all descriptions, Just received. Remember
none can under-buy us, and none can
under seU us.
CENTRAL HOTEL. Greens
boro, N. C, first elass In every
respect, and the best locaied
house in the city. Terms that
win insure success. . Apply soon
H. H. TATE, Greensboro, N. C
JAKES P. HAYES is In no way connected with
me. James a smith.
Richmond, Va, See. 1881.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
ABlx room house, with good yard and
weU of water, and a two room kitchen; I
ten minutes walk of the public square. I ilill.
Apply to WALTER BBEM.
; dec30 tt
BE A RACKET
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
I FIND I HAVE ENTIRELY
TOO HUGH STOCK
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT 1 WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
WWWm9 Wemfte Street
3I& Sffi 6i: PACKAGES.
IN 2JS.TIN BOXES.
m lw. to
Citron and Shelled Almonds.
HOYT8' COLOGNE, 4711 GERMAN COLOGNE, FINE NAIL BBUBHES, FINE FRENCH SOAPS
Just Received by WILSON & BURWELL.
-T3TTT?C! "DTTlTTTT 19 8 superior remedy for all diseases of the BLADDER.
VAJUJt JCiJK. O X U KjH. U Sold only by - - - WILSON 4 BURWELL.
GROUND SAGE, eromdenepepGrod
TTXTT? TATT T?rPrPT? CTTnPC Jewelry Cases, Puff Boxes, Hand Mirrors
J?1INH lUlJLrjl JLJli IJlillJ, Odor Cases, In all styles and at all prices
Tne largest and nicest assortment eter nought to this market. WILSON & BURWELL.
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, A 11116 K1
trVrVD A T TTMT? (HYDRATED OIL). Hydrallne has been proren of the highest
11 X xJ JXl. JLiXAl Xv ratue In eonsampclon, and all wasting diseases, Invariably produc
ing immediate lncreasoln weight; Fresh supply at
Wilson & Burwell's.
A BSAZXT GOOD
Ask your Stationer
or send SS cents
In stamps for a
Of Assorted Pat
terns. In a Nicketr
plated Mvtch Box.
Bold by all Stationers.
TyIsod, Blatoaii, Taylor & Co.,
oli AGmras, Nkw York,
ure In In-
forming th 8
reneralonblleof Chxriotto ttaatl ) now forming
eUsses and will tire instructions m the following
instnunonts: Violin, Piano,! G .tar. Cornet and
Flute, or any string Instrument Can furnish tne
highest testimonials ts to abtl ; and hmvo had
the xperlenoa of half a century In teaching.
Pteoofl and Organs tuned and repaired and
Can always be foand at my Moslc Room on
unnren street, corner 01 oin.
dec20 Prof. H. 8CHMITI.
0 1 Bom
Si WHOLE BOXES.
JUST GO TO
and see wLat
He has for New Year's Dinners, and how very
cheap he Is selling
Toys and Fancy Articles
-FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.'