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Mr.Miggs." "Tea." frankly returned Mlajs, "that
the side her glass eye is on."
uuiiim nvt. Mm naii, wju vnwemm. wvv
are apt to shed teats. Waterboro Observer.
Mr. DamU Uvea in Illinois. He is not a very
prominent citizen, bat his name la a "household
This chanaeabie weather: "Come on. boys."
cried Bagbaefs son. yesterday morning, "lefsgo
down to the pend. with our skates. If it ain't
frezen so we can skate, we can go in swimming."
A Sooth End man advertised for the' meanest
dog in the city. Bis idea was that people are so
fond of their own dogs that they wouldn't bring a
single animal to trim. But he lost his bet. Thou
sands called, each bringing his neighbor's dog.
KD1TOH1 AL. SHORT STOPS.
The Richmond Whig has entered up
on its fifty-ninth year, and is vigorous
in its championship of readjusterism.
The surplus storage of petroleum in
the oii region of Pennsylvania is put
down at 30,000,000 of barrels.
There were were 198 ocean steamers
wrecked in 1881, with a loss of 1,459
lives. Of these vessels 141 belonged to
Great Britain, 15 to America, and the
remainder to European and eastern
Hon. Clement C Clay of Alabama
died near Huntsville in that state last
Tuesday in his 63d year.
The Atlanta Constitution says there
is no longer any doubt that a new poli
tical movement similar in all respects
to the republican resurrection in Vir
ginia is on foot in Georgia.
Chicago has almost entirely abol
ished the custom of offering wine to
callers on New Year's Day, and as a
consequence more young men retire
The coming Jay Gould hails from
Maine according .to a Chicago paper.
He is an enterprising young man who
bought up all the pews in a church and
then created a corner by getting up a
religious excitement, during which he
closed out his investment at a profit of
The Government printing office is an
expensive institution. It cost last year
to run it $2,215,939, while the revenue
Some of the Missouri towns are com
bining finance and temperance by levy
ing $1000 tax on saloons. They asseit
this that will not only raise revenue but
promote temperance by raising the
price of drinks so high that the indul
gence hi them will be limited.
Elison has taken out 250 patents.
The Greensville (S. C.) News accords
to Oscar Wilde the distinction of being
the champion jackass of the world.
The Augusta Chronicle claims for
Georgia the best free school system in
Augusta Chronicle: What .Georgia
needs most in the next decade is rest
from political excitement. More- work
in the field, the mine and the workshop
will bring an abundant harvest to our
people. This is true, not only f "tiecr
gia, but of the entire South.
Judging from the amount of atten
tion the Georgia papers are giving the
question, the independent move must
be making some headway in that State.
The destruction of American forests
13 attracting some attention. It is said
that at the present rate it will not be
long before the American people will
have to depend mainly on coal for f uej,
fsmwasr lacbemi It Council. .
New York. Jan. 7. The first regu
lar meeting of Tammany Hall General
Committee for 1882 was aera last night.
There was a large attendance. Con.
gressman P. H.'Ducto temporarily pre
sided. ; The following were elected per
manent officers for the year: onairman.
Senator Thomas Boydi treasurer;
John. J. Gorman; tecretarmi nomas V
Gilroy, Joel A'. Stevens arid J. B. Mc
Kean. Senator Bdyd,lXiFGra4y, and
F. B. Treanenas was expected, spoke in
defenceof theirwsitionm the alliance,
and contestants were: lieartuy applaud
ed. Resolutions were adoptm Approve
ing and sustaining theioeittott-ot the
Tammany Half Senators and assembly
men, recommending the election by the
people of States Court Judges and
Police Justices of this city, and that
the tenure of office of the latter &h,ould
be four years; and denouncing Mayors
Eli, Cooper and Grace for their at
tempts to remove from office various
heads of departments. A resolution
was also adopted, asking democrats at
Albany to urge the passage of a law
providing for the election of heads of
departments and school omccrs
From the Mechanical Engineer.
The somewhat starting prophecy ia
hazarded tba.t4ln. ffittire lumber will be
off Straw 1 instead , wood. Experi
ments already instituted show that it ia
possible Inake: wood'' or a substi
tute from straw, of & , tensile strength
surpassing ordinary building woods.
This material is capable of being car
ried through all the manipulation that
wood is. does not shrink, takes a High
polish, and ia waterproof. In short, it
net onlv answers all the purposes of
wood, but is vastly better than it.
There are two waste substances which
have never yet been- made uroataWe to
man; and these are eoal ajact.or dust
rind W0M;)K''9lcnl called saw
dust. If anrone can utilise these and
turn them into ilnmber or fuel it will
be a substantial advantage. '.;..-7
INew Y0KK Jan. 7. The stock mar
ket opened in the mam a fraction lower
than yesterday's closing quotation,
whUe Richmond, and mnvuie waS2M
per cent bizher in earl v tealiniEsV--..Tne
market - advanced to per cent,
Northern ' Pacific--"- prefenfci Jersey
Central, Micbigati Central, Lotiisviile
and Nashville, Lake shore and Denver,
and Rio Grande being more, prominent
therein, At 11 o'clock a reaction of
to l per cent took place, the latter for
Northern paefflc preferred.
- Befsta4lMniaaLen. .
' Citt of Mexico, Jan. ' 7 Senor
Romero has refused the mission to
Washington, but will soon go to tb,e
United State on private Easiness.
1 War kills ttt thousands, bat a cooah Its tens et
thousands: Dr. Boll's cough syrup, howerer, a
waysUlsaeejicb. Price only 25 cents a bottle.
ITEMS OF 1NTEBEST.
Egypt, Algeria and Persia are mak
ing rapid progress in the cultivation
and preparation of opium. About 12,
000 cases are brought yearly to Smyrna
and Constantinople, being nearly one
third of the total amount thrown into
Since the recent fire in Philadelphia.
caused by elictricity, the authorities of
that city are casting about tor means
of placing all telegraph and telephone
-wire under ground.
Miss West, the daughter of the Brit
ish minister at Washington, is a pretty
ana gracezut young giri-a orunetie,
with a pleasant race ana expressive
eyes. She is a picturesque little figure
as she goes walking in her brown dress.
with a quaint pose bonnett tied under
Queen Victoria has an annual allow
ance of $1,925,000, with the addition of
a yearly revenue of $350,000 from the
Dutchy of Lancaster. This raises her
income from the state to $5,275,000 a
year. Besides this the royal family is
paid $800,000 annually, to fceep.up its
dignity; so that the cost Of royalty in
England is $3,075,000 yearly, with free
use or palaces, par ks, etc.
India possesses a coal-bearing area of
30,000 square miles; and yet twenty
years ago she was unable to supply
the wants of a single line of railway.
Last year, however, she furnished 500,
000 tons, which was equavelent to one-
half the total demand of the railways
and factories in the country.
When Jenny Lind was once told that
some persons had paid twenty-eight
dollars to hear her sing, "What fools!"
Thomas Hughes sent Fullerton F.
Armstrong to nis Rugby colony as ed
itor of the Rugbean. Armstrong,
whose mother is Lady Armstrong, of
Sussex, and whose brother is Sir Rich
ard Armstrong, has disappeared from
Rugby under a dark financial cloud.
Judge Porter and Mr. Davidge are
said to expect $25,000 each for their ser-
yices in tne uuiteau case.
Madame Patti says she doesn't like
"the kind of applause that you people
in America call call oh gosh : oh,
yes, gosh." "Gush," suggested .the re
porter; "gosh is used in connection with
another word." Oh, yes, gush I don't
like gush," she said.
Sarah Bernhardt is not a Jewess, as
generally supposed. While she is He
brew in origin, she is catholic in reli
gious faith that is, as far as she has
any religion. By the way, it is gossip
in Paris that the Bernhardt is again in
an "interesting condition.
Philosophy nd Big: If at.
From the Boston Journa .
That philosophy which secures ad
vantage from disappointment is one of
the best of possessions. This was ex
cellently illustrated at the Patti concert
on Saturday afternoon, where a young
mathematician, who was unable to see
anything by reason of a huge hat
which was worn by a young woman be
fore him, set himself about utilizing
the structure in the interest of his
favorite science. He observed that as
he sat back in the seat, hat completely
filled the stage from side to side, and
taking out nis pencil and calculating
that the affaii was two feet in diame
terand his own position three behind it,
he had the exact dimension of the
singer's field of action to add to his
store of knowledge by the time the en
tertainment was over. So he went
home serene in the conviction that af
ter all his expenditure for a seat bad
not been wasted. The moral of this in
stance is evident those of us who pro
pose to attend public assemblies fre
quently this winter should immediately
oegm the study ot mathematics.
A Strange Duel ia the Dark
From the Little Roc (Ark.,) Gazette,
When about 1Q o'clock on Friday
night Chief of Police Davis was in
formed that EcLNelms, Armistead's
murderer, was cross the river, he row
ed thither in comDanv with Mr. Hack-
ett and Mr. Bodkin. In a few minutes
four figures appeared upon the bank,
their shapes limned out against the
gleam of the moonbeams lightening up
the river. Surrender." called out
Chief Davis "we are officers of the
law. and we want you." The two men
in the rear dropped as if they had been
paralysed. The man with the gun
dropped it and advanced towards where
the officers were standing. Just then
unier uavis saw the second man mov
ing stealthily away. Leaving Hackett
to attend to the man who had surren
dered. Chief Davis leveled his gun at
the other and twice ordered him to
halt and surrender. Instead of obey
ing the fellow moved backward, half
facing his opponent, and drew a revol
ver. Quick as a flash Chief Davis fired,
and Neims (for it was, indeed, he) fell
upon his f aoe -dead !
Tana of Gold and Silrer.
New York Herald. .
The work of examining and weigh
ing over 900 tons of the precious metals
is now under way at the Sub-Treasury.
The weighing and counting wJU occu-
Ey three weeks. The examination is
eing made by a committee appointed
by secretary jjfolger, and comprising E.
C. Graves, chief of the Redemption
Agency ; H. A. Whitney, assistant cash
ier of the United States Treasury office,
and William B. Morgan, assistant chief
of the Public Money Division. They
arrived in this city on Saturday, ac
companied by thirteen clerks from the
Treasury department, who are to assist
them in their labors. Mr. Hillho use's
representative in this accounting is Mr.
Sen rer, while Mr. Montague, president
of the Seventh Ward Bank, assumes the
same office for Mr. Acton. There are
30D, tons'bf silver to be weighed, having
a value of $28,000,000, and US tons of
gold, having a value of $57,000,000, be
sides $5,000,000 in notes, silver certifi
cates, and other securities.
An Opera Hone Bnrned.
. Owknsbtjbg, Ky., Jan. 7. The opera
house was set on fire last evening by an
overheated furnace and the flames
were communicated rapidly te the ad
Joining buildings. The water works
prayed 9 complete failure, and the town
would have been at the mercy of the
flames had it not been for the steam
fire engine which bad been cast aside
when the water works were built, but
which was now called mto action and
old effective service; Before the fire
was brought under control the opera
honse, which was owned by A. Hill, was
coroDletelv destroyed, entailing a loss
of eighteen thousand dollars. Insu
rance ten thousand, f , ,
The genttenen who essayed to serenade Kiss
L. a few e renins since, should have had "clear"
throats, and tbetr efforts would have been better
appreciated. Dr. Bull's .couch , syrup la the best
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PURSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I will sell at Public Auction at the
court house in Cnarlotte, on
MONDAY, THE. 27TB OF FEBRUARY, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court,) that valuable
lot or parcel of land lying between the intersection
of the north Carolina Railroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
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Resold because of purchaser at late sale tailing
Terms cash; balance on 8 and 6 months
credit, with interest Title reserved as security for
naiance. u. BAKdLN&ER.
dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
A SPLENDID A8S0ETMENT
Frame Moulifs, (Sc.,
Van Ness' Gallery.
ALL persons desiring teachers certificates will
please present themselves en Thursday, 12th
Inst, at the court house In Charlotte. This day is
set apart by law; and there will be no private ex
aminations were alter under oroinary cinun
stances. W. T. WaLB,
jan5 daw tdj CO. Supt Pub. Instructions.
SALE OF BONDS.
T Y Virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
xj Atamanee county, in tne case 01 aivis aung
and others against W.- J. and A. Murray and
others, I will offer for sale at the court bouse door
in ureensooro, . u, at purxio auction. lor easn,
on Monday, the 6th dar of Februarr. 1882; at 1 2
o'clock M-. eight t8) bonds of the county et Car
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das on February 20th. 1880. to each ef which
bonds coupons are attached for interest at 0 per
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continue to ne a specialty wiin us.
P.O. Box 182.
THE OBSERVER '
Charlotte, N. C.
RO. D. GRAHAM,
IS the State and United States Courts. Collee
ttons. Heme - and Foreign, solicited. Ab
tracts of Titles, Surveys, As., furnished for eom
Omoxs N. X. eraser Tr Tmo streets'
Charlotte. IK C. JJan-o. )
U U ULliKJ
GREAT GERM DESTROW.
PITTING OF 8MALL
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured In short
Tetter dried op.
It is perfectly harmless.
For nore Throat It is a
Sick hooms purified and
Fevered and Sick Per
oviia iciievKti ami r
freshed by bathl g
wim iropnyiatic 'luid
vvva aj lac naici.
Rnft. W hi ta Pmvlovl
secured by its use in
Impure Air made harm-
ooa anu uui iucu uj
Cleanse the Teeth, It
Ship Fever prevented by
In cases of death In the
house, It should iilwxys
be used ahout the
corpse - H will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
ftfln't. nA anrnaoenrl
Catarrh relieved an d
Rlimfi Tvllnvol inDtantlv
Removes all unpleasant
An antidote for animal
or VegKnble Poison,
Dangerous effluvlas of
sick rooms and hospi
tals removed by Its use.
I Yellow Fever Eradicated.
In fact it Is the great
Disinfectant" and Purifier,
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, Solo Proprietors.
SEED OATS !
SEED OATS !
BAGGING AND TIES
We are agents for
THE WATT PLOW
And will sell It lower than you can buy an othe
good plow. Full assortment always on band.
Call and see us before purchasing.
MAYER & ROSS.
FRONT ROOM over entrance between Dr. Mc
Aden's drug store and J.T.Butler's Jewelry 6tore
for rent to a good tenant.
jau5 3t D. P. HUTCHISON.
Anlc, larce. front room over our store. Pos
session given lmmf dlately.
Jan5 tf WILbON & BCRWELL.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
AS ix room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen;
ten minutes walk of the nubile sduare.
Apply to WALTER BRKM.
W. PI. CHICK,
Having removed to the shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook ft Ladder Truck House, is
new ready u receive orders for HOU8E, SIGN
and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, such as
Guilding, KalsomiDing, Frescoing, ki