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SUNDAY, JAK 15, 1882,
HOME CHIPSETS. ,
MAaoisrio; ;:. -'.''-.
mixAirx Lodo Na 81, a. . 4 a. M. -Regular
meeting every second and lourtH Monday nights.
Exoxlsiob Lonea No. 261, A. F. ft Ju M. Beg
alar meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
Charlottb ' Chaptkb Na 89i BY 11 M. Begulat
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
CHAKLOTTX COMHAJiDAHT Na 2, K. T. BegnlSJ
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
K sights ot Honob. Begular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays. .
HZ. OIF IP- -kstohts
o Ptthias. Eegular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock, p. m. atlla
souic Temple Hall.
X. O. O. 3T
Chablottk LodgbJNo. 88. Meets every Mua
1ay night '
MXCKLKKBtTBO DECLARATION LODGB NO. 9.
Meets every Tuesday night
Dixi Lodoi No. 108. -Meets every Thursday
Catawba Rivxr Encampment Na 21. Meets
lrst and third Thursday nights in each month.
index to New Advcrtiaeuwn -
LeRoy Davidson Bojal Baking Powder.'
Uargraves & wilhelm- Just Bccelved.
s. vvhybiew To trrlaters.
Prof. JuilaoO ticbultz -Musical.
Walter Brem For Baie.
FinnK Hnlder For Bent
Opera House, January 18th
Meeting of the Gour.od Club Tuesday night
tgrihe stock of the. Baltimore and
North Carolina mine was , quoted Fri
day at 1.65. . , t - - ' ' i ;
t"The law - gives one year for re
demption to persons ' whose land was
sold for the taxes of 1881. .The time ex
pires i shortlyafter which the land will
be sold by the county. ' ' - l
tfTThe News-Observer says a pleas
ant hop was given Thursday evening in
Raleigh, complimentary to Miss Bella
itosentnar and Mr. Henry Berwaoger,
of this city, who are visiting friends in
The Cliorcben ToDay.
Young Man's Christiah Association Devo
tional exeiclses In the afternoon at AM o'clock.
St. Pktkb'8 Cathotjo Chubch. Services In the
rooming at lOHfe o'clock, and In the afternoon
at a o'clock, by Key. L. P. O'ConnelL
St. Pktkb'8 Episcopal Chubch Services to
the morning al l 1 o'clock, and in the evening at
7 o'clock, by Bev. J. B. Cheshire, Bector. Sunday
school at 3Vi o'clock.
Kibst Pbisbytebiih Chubch. Services In the
mnrnini; at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7
by Kev. Dr. A. W. Miller, pastor Sunday school
at 8V o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing ai 7 OClOCK. '
fitroND Presbyterian Church. Services In
th miirninir at 1 1 o'clock, find In the evening at 7
o'clock, by Bev. N. M Woods, pastor. 8unday
School at 4 o'clock, j
Trton Stbebt (M. E.) Chubch Services In the
morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7
o'clock, by Bev. J. T. Bagwell, pastor. Sunday
school at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7 yt Wed
tat.vart Misrton Church fMiTHOMST.) Ser
vices In the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and in the
eveninir at 71 bv the nastor. Bev. J. W. Wheeler,
Hnndar school at 9 a. m. Class Meeting at
4 p. m.
Associate Reformed Prksbttkrian Chaptl.
Fervices in the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
f venine at 7 br Kev. W. T. waller, pastor, oun-
d;iy school at 0 o'clock.
Colored Prksbttkrian Chubch. Services In
the Hliernoon at a o'clock and In the evening at
7Wi by Bev. Mr. Wjche, pastor. Bund ay school at
1 1 o'clock a m.
k, v,-,., , ..t,.,. .'uJiyr, JnlianX).chaltz. late professor
institaitnrtfie new Cnatom ASuc-1 f $ew qyorlr Conservatorf of
The annual supper giTeabytheGou- IJie repntatfon, will 'open a select class
nod Club Friday night '&& the? Metro- J jL Wr knA instrnmental t music in
politan Hotel in this ? dtytf thotigh Jtia Jharlottea 1p
first entertainment of the kind attempt- teachers.. .As this gentlenian; comes
edby the ciuVdeserves tatanjpromi- th the best xecommendations from
nently with the .social events of the 0f country, we hare no
city. .In response to limited number I doubt he will do well in Charlotte., He
of invitations issued, quite a number, I .nnnnnflflment in this morn-
Kocaeaier, . i
Hot Amateurs, sead year name
7 : ' ...
i in addition: to the inernbers of the club,
gathered in the parlors of . the Metro
; poUUn, wWch had been secured for the
j occasion, where a porUos of the even
I ing was spent in social Intercourse, in
I injrs Obssbyeb that will give Informa
tion to those interested.
Rot JUtlilf :PB0HULTZ,
Lately Prefewor of tt
Hew York amaervatory" of Muilo, win teach a
TOCJLL an4 IKSTH1JJLENTAL MUSIC
BfOdal coarse for teachers. VSZESEF,Ml
wferences. AddreM him at MeSmlUvs
Janl5 lw ......
: In the Superior Court Friday and'
BTMr. Joe Solomons, who has been terspened yocal and Instrumental SWffiff .SSJ
off dutv for Rftverai mnnt.hn nn iwnnf. I music bv members of the club and in-
ONX POKT. v ilso, a good saddle horae Ci
and see,' WALTXttBBXX.
or a severe niness, win to-morrow re- i
turn to Messsrs. Wittkowsky & Ba-
ruch's, where he will have charge of
the clothing department.
dTThe time allowed by law to mer- j
chants to take out privilege license has
expired. In several counties indict
ments have already been found for a
failure to comply with this law, and it !
might be well for those who have not
yet attended to this matter to do so at
tTThe Morganton Blade of the 7th
reached this office yesterday 14th.
Unless the paper came round by way
of Texas it has traveled at the rate of
about 17 miles a day, in view of which
fact we would suggest that the editor
might have his "devil" to go out afoot
with his mail matter, as it; would "ex
tSFThe practice of refusing mutila
ted coin has only very recently taken
effect in Baltimore. Charlotte wasone
of the first places in the country to re
fuse this class of money at face value,
and the result was that nearly all the
mutilated coin of the place was bought
up at a reduced rate by speculators and
taken to Atlanta and other places,
where it was passed for full value. .
"Griffith some time ago bought a
patent rat trap for the jail, and though
it gave him considerable trouble to get
it paid for, it has done its work well
The latest catch is reported to have
been three large rats, and nine little
ones about an inch or so long though
the trap was not baited. He says he can
account for the big rats getting caught
without bait, but thelittle fellows how
they got in is what pesters him.
importance was tsactedV jOne jury
case; was tried Friday,.Daougherty ya.
Sprinkle;:andXft' Terdict given for the
j VMtArdav a decree W&i filed in tnO I I hr In mur nf n? maldence. Xach
ymsroym. , i wusi in yuo, . itoui eonuoxHUHe w
anrlur and others. This is an Old SUlt. 1 Possession Immediately.
having been in court for a number of
vited guests. The musical programme
for the evening was made np of choice
selections, which were; irenderwl: in a
manner torreflect the ' highest credit t)n
those taking part l feature of the
evening's entertaininlkl. And Jie
marked attention which1: was given du-
rlnfirthA rftrirlAHno ;Ott fMTeral Dieces I years,
t. ,m. a 2'aaLa ;m'nWfA I TABterdav being appeal day, the
thefineeffecfcothe;music The fol- greater vart of the time was consumed
lowing was the pogramme 0 hearing motions. .
-ErnahiiEatrumentalea sUre vsted by
by BUlemaMrs. levey apdMi An- Yesterday morning between mid
nie Dewey. .1 - c ''' nfcrhhand dar the rear door of Mr. J,
The Mexican Nightingale, by.TaOlo Duncan's grocery store on East Trade pQR SALE OR RENT.
tVHX Gotmod Ctab will hold an Important meet-
X lng at the residence of Capt. John Wilkes,
next Tuesday night, the 17th. -; ,
janxo it a. w. BAuva, w
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
A ro rnii inatirrtod at nlcrht and broken of
rest by a sick child sufferiou and crying with the
excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? It so. KO at
onw and get a bottle of MBS- WINSLOWS
firviTmNn syrttp. It will relieve the poor little
siifTorT immediately depend upon it : there Is no
mkinitA Mhoiit. it There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used It, who will not tell you at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
n,th nnrl relief and hnnlth to the Child. ODerat-
lug like magic It is perfectly safe to use In all
cases, and pleasant to the taste, and la the pre
scription of one of the oldest and best physicians
and nurses lh the United States. Sold everywhere.
25 cents a bottle.
The ladles who sometime since were unable to
go out, having taken Lydla K Plnkham's vegeta
ble Compound are quite recovered, and have gone
on their way rejoicing.
Dr. C. W. Benson, of Baltimore, Md., prepares a
skin cure that Is the best thing for skin diseases
ever known. It cures eczema, tetter, ring worm
and all rough and scaly skin diseases In the short
est time. Sold by all drugst-U at $1 per pack
age. To promote a vigorous growth of the hair, use
Parker's Hair Balsam. It resto-es the youthful
color to gray bair, remove dandruff, and cures
tchlng cf the scalp.
Tbe Two Orphan.
Next Thursday flight, the 19lh, Miss
Pauline Markham, supported by the
Fifth Avenue Theatre Company, will
appear at the Charlotte opera house in
"The Two Orphans." The star is said
to be very fine as Louise, while the sup
port is first-class. Of Miss Markham
and the play the New York Star says:
"The feature of the evening, however,
was Pauline Markh;im. Iler welcome
the first night was an ovation, and, re
ports to the contrary notwithstanding,
she proved to be aa slatuesquely beau
tiful and attractive as when she first
appeared, to show us how good nature
could be to a woman when it chose.
Old a3 is "The Two Orphans," its pre
sentation by Miss Markham and the
Fifth Avenue Company, gave the best
of satisfaction to a very large audience.
Miss Markham, with her marvelous
beauty of person, and a knowledge cf
the stage learned by long experience,
gives to Louise an unusually fine delineation.
Rey.N. M. Woods, the pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church.will preach
his first sermon as pastor to that congre
gation this morning, He will also oc
cupy the pulpit this evening.
Rev. Mr. Bagwell, the pastor of
Tryon street Methodist church will
preach this morning on "The causeless-
ness or tno sinner s nawea w vuu.
Thl powder never varies. A marvel ol purity,
strength and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphatepowders. Sold only in
C ani BOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 New York.
LeHoy Davfdson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C
Text: John 15, 25. At 1H P-m., on
"The unfolding of the great mystery."
Text: Eph. 3:9-11.
No services at the Luthean church
The Presiding Elder, Rev. M. L.
Wood, will fill an official appointment
at Calvary church to-day.
The Concord' Circuit Methodists
contemplates building a parsonage in
Chester Bulletin: Rev. G. D. Bern-
heim, D. D., preached at tne iresDy
terian church in Chester last Sunday
morning and at the Methodist church
at night Ilis sermons were splendid
and were enjoyed by large and atten
A protracted meeting iin progress
at the Baptist church in Shelby.
The newly consecrated Bishop for
North Carolina, II. Pinckney Nor
throp, will to-day be duly installed in
his responsible office at St. Thomas'
church, Wilmington. Quite a large
number of clerevmen from other dio
ceses are expected to be present on the
occasion of tbe installation. It is un
derstood, we believe, that Archbishop
Gibbons will pfficiate in the installation
ceremonies and that Bishop Keane will
preach the sermon. Bishop Northrop
will have bis residence in Wilmington.
The following is an extract from the
sermon delivered by Bishop Keane in
Baltimore on the occasion of the conse
cration of BishofrNorthrop : "It is with
fear and trembling he (the bishop elect)
accepts the high office to. which he has
been raised, for he knows he must one
Giorza Mrs. W, C. Morgan.
Chiming Bells of ,Long Agri-quartet
Messrs. Bl air, Myers, Bacon and Mc-
Instrumental solo Galopr-lifcrs. Car
penter. -. .: ? ir. ,,
The Old Sexton bass solo Mr. O.
At the conclusion of the musical ex
ercises those present were invited to
supper, which was spread in the large
dining hall of thei ibotei. - Here" was
found the crowning success of 4.he un
dertaking, at the Jables presented an
appearance that could only be given by
the greatetcare, tate gad. labor, while
the tnetow,-which we - we will ' hot at
tempt to give, was such as to challenge
criticism. The universal flew of good
feeling throughout the entire party was
the highest tribute that could possibly
be paid to the repast. " '
Before leaving the dining. . bail Mr.
Jo. Solomons, master of ceremonies,
proposed several toasts, which were re
sponded to as follows : '
"The Galaxy Club. ' . This toast was
responded to at some length by Capt.
Harrison Watts; president ef the Gal
"The City of Charlotte.", Responded
to by the editor of THE QpsEAVEju
"The Ladiea of the Gounod Club."
This toast was sung by several mem
bers of the club, and as this was some
what of an innovation on the regular
order of toasting, the effect was electri
cal to those who were not posted in the
programme. - This toast was responded
to in an appropriate and tasteful man
ner by Mr. E. F. Young.
The fourth and last toast was "The
Gounod Club" which was responded to
by Mr. A..W. Bacon, the president, in a
few well-chosen remarks, in which he
took occasion to state the object and
aims of the club, and the mission it
was designed to fulfill as an institution
of Charlotte. "
To the committee Of arrangement,
Mrs. T.S. Clarkson, Miss Addie Wil
liams and Mr. Jo. Solomons, much credit
is due for the manner in which the en
tertainment was conducted, and to Mrs.
Clarkson and Miss Williams especially
is the club indebted for that attention
to detail which is so necessary for the
success of such an undertaking, and
which contribute so largely to its en
joyment. There were forty active members of
the Gounod Club present, and the re
sult of their first attempt at an annual
supper and entertainment must have
been very gratifying to them, as it was
to those who were so fortunate as to be
their guests. The custom is well calcu
lated to add much to the popularity of
the club, and will aid materially in pla
cing it on that high road to prosperity
and permanency which it so richly de
serves, and which its friends willejoice
to see it occupy. , , . ,
A Six room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen;
ten minutes walk of the public sqra
Apply to ' . WAL'
HAVntJ JUST TAKEN
--.ferT, v I JTIND I HAVE XKTIBSLT '
I Ea OT C EE
ON HAlTb, AKb m ordxb to rxducs rx I will oxtxr until fubthxb nottcx,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
decSO lta -
street was forced by a 'thief, by the aid
of a hatchet , and chisel. ,Xa reach the
door it is necessary ; to go . through the
lot In tear of Mr. Howell's store, from
wlicn an alley leads to the door. Tne
end of the alley is ployed .WiTrlgh
board fence, under, which the- thief
made an excavation nearly sufficient to
allow a1 . passage of a? man's body but
evidently fdr. iwant f time fair aban--doned
this and tore a bdard,froin the
fence. The door was not broken, and
the Work, was evidently that of some
one familiar with the premises! After
gaining- admission; to- the -stow ' the.
njbney drawer Wsis opened by the ccim
btnation, where fifteen, cents. was found
and taken. On opening , thesWr for
business yesterday morning apiece of
meat arid a-large bucket of eggs were
found ttliigby the open doorand it
is supposed; the thief was , frightened
away before the articles could be got
ten out. Thefdnly loss so far as known
is the fifteen cents in cash,3 and as an
offset to this the proprietor has a hatoh
et; chisel and spade, whkh be is very
desirous of returning to the-' owner.
The tracks in the rear lot where the
entrance was gained to the alley were
mnfl aineiAn41v with ' d TfcJ OQ
the impression of the -foot is clear and JQJJ, PRINTING HOUSES
GOOD WORKMEN. I
In connection with the publication of Xhb Ob
Sbbvbr, and the establishment of one of the larg
est, most complete, and most thoroughly equipped
-'KBlyJ B 1 B8
On January 8rd, 1882, In Gaston county, by Bev.
Abram wells, Mr. D. P. MeCord, of this county, to
Miss Mattte B. Beatty, ot Gaston county.
Life is short at most aad onr duty Is to prolong
It Use, therefore, Dr. BuU's cough syrup for
coughs, eolds, bronchitis, hoarseness, etc 8old
everywhere. Price only 26e.
s" HayesvOlhlo, Feb. 11. 1880.
I am very flad to say I have tried Hop Bitters,
and tiATAr took anvthin that did me as much
rood. I only took two bottles and I would hot
take SI 00 far the rood they did me. I reeom
mAnd them to my paUeaU, aad pet the best re.
suits from their use. C. B. Mkbckb, M. D.
A WOULD Of GOOD. '
On of th moot notmlur mpdlcinefl now before
tYi inMlMui mmUa.-Ia Ran Bittera. Ton see.lt
everywhere-, JPeople take it with good effect. It
builds them up. It is norts pleasant to the taste
as some other Bitters,- as It is not a whiskey drink.
It Is more like the old-fashioned boneset tea, that
has done a world of good. If you don't feel Just
right try Hop Bitters. --mmai new .
Wednesday, January 18th, 1882.
1882 SEASON -1882.
The original and only .
NEW rlUHPTY DUHPTY
EUROPEAN SPECIALTY TROUPE ! ! !
Tit the Sooth, the proprietor has Just added a cqnx
piete . -
j :, ' ' AMD
Gamble of esacutms the very best class of work at
ihoit notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law. or
other books rebound In handsome style, and at
very low figures.
And work of this class, ruled and bound to order
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OT WOOD TYPE FOB
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get thel.
DATES and POSTERS printed here in as attractive
a manner as in New York. ,
. We have a very full supply ot type for prmtlng,
at short notice and In first class style,
KKIK1TH lull IHB BUflUUILBi wunx.
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments In stood shane will do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work la as free from defects as It is possible to
IS THE BEST.
THE LARGEST, BIST and MOST COMPLETE
COMPANY XTEB OBQANKKD. :
Urider the personaldirection of
An Onne of PrTnt' -
While almost every town and city in
the surronnding country is taking ac
tive steps towards guarding against
amall-noT. from what can be learned I Mr. N. D. BOBEBTS,....;.i-Prop,r and Manager.
rharirita la rtnlni? eomDarativelv noth-
ing in this direction. The mayor states 3-THREE' CLOWNS'3
that he has done all in his power in ine
matter, and the remainder rests with
the citizens. Those not able to pay for
being vaccinated will be accommodate
froo nf pharoB. but there seems to be
little inclination among this class, or
among the better class, to do anything
in the premises. It is an entirely, dis
cretionary matter, and one which may
possibly prove of the c;reate"st -importance
to our citizens. Greensboro1 hai
made it a compulsory duty, Durham
and Raleigh are moving in the matter
and it is said that the citizens of At'
lanta are being vaccinated atthe rate
of onehnndred.per day: Charlotte is
fully as much exposed to the disease as
either of the places named, but her peo
ple appear not to realize this fact.,
8SAJ3 SECTJBED AT USUAL PLACEA
KICKBOBZBTS' SILVER COBSEX and 0PE2A
- ' QBCHBSTBA: ; , ' ;
"''i ' -''.i j.S. OACSMAN, '
' lanl5: .' . Bnsmeea Agent
Correct) to bo Sure. j '
The Charlotte OBSEBVEB.speaiuiktpf
the Rev. E. J. Meynardie;D. p., liteon?
nection with a professorship id tne
day stand before the Prince of Pastors ea" bfilWant,
. i i n.A UA mill Via nsVprl as I t&a Vnnor that. Tlr.MfiVnar-
lOr JUUgUiUUL, UU UD " " I Uvvwubvt', ugauvn . . ,
- .t . . .n,,1a nnn. I (a o man nf lnttwrS. OT One 01 IDB
uucu w " ' I correct r
Christ so zealously looks after, Oh we J peepee;Bie.
will pray that his ministrations may u . nuestion' fOr to-
abundantly successful. Ve win pray , WQn)tist taf .that'the SJmbII
that the example of the Saviour .ma, ifonnw
be ever before him, and may tne pov ; r - l ,
A LOT OF ELEGAXT
nrttr ' and hard work that must make
- ' ' ,
ud his life have in it tne consoiauuu k
" L' ;uu'
souls saved to fill neaxen wim juj.
May Jesus use him for boundless gooa-:
for the welfare of souls and the glory
of Almighty God; May tne invine
Master, who to-day places the mitre on
his brow, welcome him in the kingdom
of heaven, and change bia mitre into .a
The Landmark says nev.u. rw xiu
that icrnorance has been snown.w
would suggest a reference;.; rtq
French dictionary, or tfn Weteter
unabridged before iskn such ques
tions, as a safeguard against displaying
that iirnorance which he evidently?
would rebuke in others.
? , r- ? cx)MPLiCATiosa.
'it the' thousands lhat now Bave
9 . ."(;.4
ir test ana
oomf ort destroyed by complication f Uver and
nrA i rviai inHT wuuiu uv owmna vwmjw
n acts on dvui ZZ.., Tf,'
tlT miff illV VU V W -
lame back and dtsordOred kidneys
I Statesville, gave his flock a' word of re-1 J'ompieteiy
-, monstrance, irx last Sunday ug w KTRflT 7m ??d
ee drmkers should !EK!
i - t : ' ' - .Lont I
i vuwvy ...jj iuvi RifTM" ' ; . I unnttlftr COlUma UOttUOU uw wuw,
Ol)E NiGHt OltLY 1
. ueceipt JbooKs,
. ? . . - Programmes
! In fact, ah kinds of prating done at short notice
Special attention given to BaUroad Printing.
I , : Envelopes, :
We Pay Special Mention
I TO THE
And have a large and well selected Btcck adopted for this
-BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS,--
To which we give our personal attention. We have received a full supply of
Which for purity and excellence cannot be ?nas'ed. for pre
scrlpiion purposes, and will be used exclusively for this trade.
ET- CALLS ANSWEBED AT ALL H0UBS OF THE NIGHT BY IXPEBIENCID CLEBKS. -tt
WILSON k BURWELL, Trade Street.
THE FAMOUS NIW JOWSL
.'.'it. -' ,. :'. ..r.i;,.'l f -
fMVk 1 tr a it n A T Altl'Mfll n V
-aoppoi&ng uie'dlEsied s, : . l
13- SATISTACTION GUABANTEED. Jt
; BQOK WORK'
Having a larger snpply of trpe than, most Job es
tablishments, BOOK WOBK has been and will
eonOnuelo be a specialty with us.
In (he moit otjular plai of jtit piesent oentnTy,
',.v .tlfj tutu j mm, , j.
INTHUSIAbtlCALLT GBEITED BICBOWDID
OAST TO' THB'FULL BTBEUeTH 0 THE
- 'r-'iww--r ftia.f-m ..;;yr. ni:
rvBeserved seats SI J admission 75c and GOc
Reserved seats on saleat the usual places.
FARM FOR SALE.
, t wm sail ww (inn MmtaJnbiff 127 aeres. lrmc
X iom miles north of Charlotte, cheap to dob i
mm nnrrhajwr. un tne nremises is
Ing with five room, good wett, bam nd other omv
kniuim, .a,ut tiimiwi in fjiouw xniit trees. - .
m, tamt I. .viuttAd ta enttoo. vara, wheat, oats.
lie.', and some, fine specimens of gold ore have
won muas nam ihi ;""
the plantation.. v C ; ' a O. HTJHTEB.;-
A riUXY GOOD
Ask your Etati
or send 5 cents
ins two -..A)6mL ' I
1 4r 7 J
torn?, in a i.M-nei-
vlated Hatch lios.
r ell Btatloners.
1 'AGE5TS, KlTW YOBK.
rpHl ftotae and lot oa .Brtreetr f opnerly ooco-
edbj Thos. J. Bprtokttv to Kt iatan or semV
- t Agenth
h AVlD.LAf :DRTH &S0).3 PH
TTATINO Qualified as Executor of the Will of
M lata Mr. firiawsM Beuderson.1 notify all
persons having claims against her estate to pre
AntthA mtno to me within one year rrom una
a2LT7 B. B. COCHRAN JC,
Exeentor ol Grisnrald Jcienaerson.
Bovll 8W '
TREES "B DELIVERY.
TiMi am now nadv for delivery, opposite
ill: Kt. alien Croose's resWeoce, on Tryon street
between 5th aad 6tn. A fine totot Trees, Plants,
KiMMrs and flower Seed on band for sale. Any-
tning In my line furalsbed on short notice.
and see what
He has for New Yeu Dinnen,Cand now very
cheap be Is telling
Toys and Fancy
-FOR NEW YEAR'S PPE3ENTS.-decSl
In anotner coiuiuH uww ; - 7' 7