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-XTUBDAY, FEB. 18, 1882.
r iuii Tin. Sl.l. M. Rpnilr
Ptiae very second and fourth Monday nights.
Ctrd0B LOD No- 261. A.F.4A. M.-Reg
FSg every first and third Tuesday nights.
Un.virrnt IMAItju u. on, n. a. jh. secular
Fevery second and fourth Friday nights.
toTrrTK Command aby No. 2, K. T. Regular
KtSvery first and third Thursdays.
Xraarn of honok. aeRuiar meeting every
tSSiSl fourth Thursdays.
I . .nil thiru HWluwuiJ'i " vm y. ui. u mi-
I. CJ. V-J- -t? -CgiBLOTTK
Lodgk No. 88. Meets every Mon-
f ,mrecBO Declaration Lodss No. 9.
Idixik LDGK Na 108. Meets'every Thursday
wba BrvnR Encampment Na 21. Meets
FATA . .v,i-h Thursday nights In each month.
st ana "" " '
I .. r...iiTiirkYS Aft.
r' fndrews-Klne Parlor Sett
triison Burwell-urugs, ac.
TO REFRESH A SICK PERSON. .
fcdd iibout twenty drops of Daibys Prophylactic
lid to a 9uari u nllc "l o
k.n a soft, pleasant ana reiresning ieeimg
b dispel the odor that fever and perspiration
Ives ob the body. A small quantity of the Fluid
tinkled over anj thing, place or vessel where
re Is putrescence destroys at once me germ ei
animal or vegetable poison.
L pair of beautiful Sunflowers on Easels will be
illed free to any lady who will send a three cent
stage stamp to Dr. C. W. Benson, 106 No. Eutaw
eet, Baniwuro, mu.
BEDFORD ALUM AND IKON SPBJH6S WATKR AHD
fee as much Iron and fifty per cent more alum-
Liu tnan any tuum ouu uvu uioi &uunu.
1st the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
tieral. Sold by all druggists 01 any standing.
Ices reduced oue nan.
mayll-tf mi, ,m ,
Vydla K. Plnkhara's Vegetable Compound doubt-
L3 ranks first as a curative agent in all diseases
th nrncreatlve system, degeneration of the
Hneys, Irritation of the bladder, urinary calculi,
Ac. Send to Mrs. Lydla E. Plnkham, 233
festern Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
A revolution In the treatment of nervous du
lses Is now taking place. Dr. Benson, of Baltl-
iore has discovered a sure retnedy in his Celery
Id Chamomile Pills-they permanently cure
kit and nervous headache, neuralgia, dyspepsia,
leeplessness and all nervous diseases.
The Floresee Nightingale of the Nursery.
The following Is an extract from a letter written
i the German Reformed Messenger, at Chambers-
Just open the door for her. and Mrs. Wlnslow
hii prove the American Florence Nightingale of
lie nursery, ut tnis we are so sure mat we will
ach our Susy to say, A Blessing on Mrs. Wlns-
Iw" lor helping her to survive and escape the
riplng, coiickiiig ana teething siege. Mrs. wins
k's Soothing Syrup relieves the child from pain.
Iiii cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the
Lms, reduces Inflammation, cures wind colic, and
lrrtes the imant through the teething period. It
norms precisely wnat it professes to Deriorm.
rery part of It nothing less. We have never seen
rs. winslow Know ner only through the Dreoa-
ItloQ of her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-
ig." ii we naa we power we would make her,
she is, a physical saviour to the Infant race.
Id br all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
ThlS (li'lVrlilf nanA. w.r!a. A .... , it
lma and wnoiesomeness. More economies
gillie ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
kuii.h. , " vuv jiiunimuD ui. ,vf warn, ouurt
all"n or Dhosptiate powders. Sold only in
wkoj Davidion, Sole Agent, Ch artoUe, It C. '
BK flrraof O'Donogbue, Hand A Co. Is dls-
SO VPH ho ... . www n rr .
bt vr ,?8llue wltudrawlng from the firm, and
fcii hmh ?" as !IS8Ut iot S- D WUder, assuming
Thft hllali.n.r. - . ... . ,
haLm!eL- fl,:,,t' "h0 a1008 18 autboiized to
hm . ai WIls due the lte fiim. In retiring
r UUl I lie lirin ftp vat,,-,, t',,onlro tn nnr nitrnni fnr
-u7 '5 P'll'ona-te bestowed up us for the brief
f'uuduce of the sa-ne to our successor.
W. E. HAND.
febS 711' '82- D' O'DONOGHUE, M. D.
BARGAINS ! I
OFFER FOR THE
their entire stock of
"TRIPLE AND QUADRUPLE
r Plated Ware
AT half price,
anl Cuarante the Hooda ta ba nutted on
?S Kw1- Ai .? s?
WEem' Ti r i-w ewu ior large yiocea.
triple P tate Silver Kn1va at A Kflrwrrtnr
BUGGY, with bar-UL9n&3
be one-horse Wagon 3.
Jw H Nap,OTCash- or particulars apply
r88 or T w- Neel, stonewall, N. C. or ao
febio - 8. B. NEIL
uiviuaon oiiege, a, u
e fer Sale, or Horse i
f Troyal bswh XJ
' m vi tm
tChurch notices to-day.
BSTlie 875 young man is resting
W Eev. C. H. Wiley was in the city
tAn important bankrupt sale of
real estate is announced in another
tSTicketa for "My Partner" will be
placed on sale at the usual places this
tRev. Dr. Whitfield yesterday went
to Spartanburg, where he will remain
until next week.
t3Tl large audience is expected to
gather at the opera house Monday
night, as "My Partner" has never been
presented in Charlotte.
t-Sincethe withdrawal of the fast
mail a week ago, but few complaints of
irregularity have reached this office
from points on the north road. Peace
to its memory.
ISrOne of the weather-wise has pre
dicted thafc the weather of the next
three weeks will be clear, as the next
three changes of the moon occur in the
B3ffThe rumor comes from Augusta,
that the Richmond and Danville has
made a strong bid for the South Caro
lina railroad. The indications are that
there is some foundation for the report
EST" A letter was received in this office
last night which had been postmarked
in Concord on the 2d, and was
stamped at the Charlotte office as having
been received on the 13th. Two miles
a day. .,
, tSA young man in MLUville, N. J.
has recently paid in fines and coBts the
sum of 13.65 for spitting on the floor
or the Methodist church of that vil
lage. If some of the churches of Char
lotte were to follow suit the proceeds
from this source would beat the contri
bution box business ten to one.
StS'J udging from the number of in
quiries made at this office yesterday, it
would seem that hen canaries are as
plentiful as sparrows. The first and
last inquiry of the day was "d'ye want
to buy a c'nary?" And we don't. The
demand was light, and the order has
been filled. But there-are half a dozen
rich men in town who are verv anxious
to buy some hound dogs. Inquiries
answered at McSraith's.
Beaten to Death.
News reached the city yesterday that
a negro living in Long Creek township
had died from the effects of a beating
at the hands of another negro. The
names of the parties could not be as
certained. Coroner Alexander was
notified and went out yesterday to in
vestigate the affair.
Marriage at Mt. Monrne.
Last Wednesday, at tho residence of
the late Ruf as Reed, at Mt. Mourne,
Dr. R. II. Morrison, Jr., was united in
marriage to Miss Lucy Reid. Dr. Mor
rison is a prominent young physician,
and very popular with his large circle
of acquaintances, while the bride is a
general favorite in her section. Con
gratulations are extended the young
couple, accompanied with best wishes
for their future happiness.
After hearing argument on the ap
plication of the Richmond and Dan
ville Railroad for an injunction against
the sherriff and commissioners of Mc
Dowell county, Judge Dick continued
the application to the June term of the
United States Court, which meets in
this city Ex-Judges Schenck and By
num appeared for the railroad, and
Maj. P. J. Sinclair represented Mc
The Baptist congregation of this city
some time ago tendered a call to Rev.
J. E. Carter, of Wilson, N. C, to take
charge of their church, but it i3 under
stood the call was not accepted. Mr.
Carter has, however, accepted the pas
torate of the Baptist church at Hen-
dersonville. and will enter upon his
new field of operations in March. The
Charlotte church has not yet tafcen any
further-action towards securing a pas-
Shot at a Cat and Killed a Negro.
The report reached the city yesterday
evening that a little negro met with his
death yesterday near Caldwell Station,
this county, at the hands of another ne
gro boy, by being shot in the head.
Anything like reliable information in
regard to the affair could not be gained,
but from what was learned it seems
hat a Dartv of neero boys was after a
cat. which took refuge in a barn, the
party entering in pursuit One of the
nerrroes discovered the cat and dis
charged his gun at it, but killed one of
his comrades instead of the cat. The
coroner has been notified and will no
doubt hold an investigation as soon as
he gets through with the Long Creek
Badly Mixed "Iambs"
The Atlanaa Constitution of Thurs-
dav. in crivine an account of the acci
dental shooting of a young lady in that
"Thei lnnd rfiDort startled the occu
pants of the room, and for a few sec-
. . . . .a. l --.Kama f Via Hall
onds it was noi Known wucio mo u
had gone, but presently an acute pain
n KnrVi nf thA vnnno- ladv's lowerlimbs
iHi,.ahri that thA ball had passed in
IUU1VMVVW wbmww '
fhof irooHnn An ATAminauon nrovou
this indication correct The ball had
(hmnoh nnn limb bfilOW the
knee, and after going clean through
the other, re-enterea tne one mat wa
first injured, where it lodged, and where
it yet is.
Now, the question that puzzles a
, -t i :
man la to Know wnat wuou
iimH.w dato in at the time of the
ahnAtincr. as the vdung lady was sitting
in a chair by the fire, and the pistol ball
nru,iaA a nf.raiffht eourse. After read-
UUA0UWA mim 0
. . J -l4-v
nT h Account an noux waauevuiou W
fftrtions. but the situation still re-
mains a mvBtery. What is wanted is a
iorrram or illUStratiOn, BO W
.nd It la feared that this wLl
ha had. -as none but a woman can
give any information that would make
It plain to the reader; , - ,
' ' . .. H-.M tanM.laf.M.
Deserviss articles "- mz,,lZ. -nVir
The excep'uonal clenimess of 1.
The Debate Last Night.
The debate at the meeting of the Li
brary Association last night wasT large
attended and) a very spirited affair
throxghout; , indeed exceeded the an
ticipations of those present As the
first embarrassment of the occasion
wore off and the debaters warmed up
to the subject, wit and repartee, elo"
quence of postulatums and refutation,
of argnmentand answer followed each
other in rapid succession until the
house rang again and again with
laughter and applause from the audi
ence. The verdict of the judges was award
ed to the affirmative side of the ques
tion, they at the same explaining that
the defeated side suffered from the
weakness of their cause, and not from
lack of ability in their advocacy of it
Robbed on the Highway.
Some two weeks ago, while on the
public road in Laurens county,- S. Ca
Uncle Davie Leak, a gentleman well
known throughout the country, was
met by three negroes who stopped him
and demanded his lucre, which Uncle
Dave handed over, The robbers were
very civil in their work, but the victim
no doubt felt that it was useless to have
a disturbance about the matter, and
consequently unloaded with as good
grace as possible. He was relieved of
$63.40, all the cash he had, and the par
ties went on their way, and so did Uncle
Dave. His friends in this city will no
doubt be surprised to hear of his quiet
submission, as he is in his best fighting
weight just now, but they must remem
ber that he had his horse to hold, and
that it was a three-to-one case. The
robbers have not been arrested.
The Concert and Supper Last Night
The ladies have cause to feel gratified
at the splendid success of the entertain
ment given at the Mansion House last
night and those who attended no doubt
feel that it was well worth their time
and money. The concert was opened
with a welcome chorus, by the choir of
the first Presbyterian church, which
was followed by vocal duets and solos.
"I would not live alway," by theiEpis
copal choir, was especially well render
ed, as were the two pieces by the Gou
nod male quartet Mrs. Dewey, one of
Charlotte's finest musicians, was pianist
for the evening.
The tables displayed to advantage the
choice refreshments which were served
after the close of the musical exercises,
and with the single exception of the
somewhat crowded condition of the
apartments the affair was in every re
spect a most pleasant and enjoyable
Knights of Pythias.
The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pyth
ias has been in session at Goldsboro
this week, with a full representation
from all the lodges in the State. We
take the following from the Messen
ger's report of the proceedings:
"The report of the Grand Chancellor
shows that since the meeting of the
last session of the Grand Lodge, lodges
were revived at Raleigh and in Pamli
co, and afiorishing lodge established at
Salisbury. Dispensations have also just
been granted for the organization of
two other new lodgesone at Oxford
with 26 charter members, and another
at Newton Grove, in Sampson county,
with 15 charter members.
"The order shows a steady growth
within the jurisdiction, and the endow
ment feature connected with it is like
wise growing in strength and populari
ty. The financial condition of the order
is in a healthy condition."
The election of officers for the ensu
ing year came off Thursday.
North American Review.
The North American Review for
March presents a striking array of
articles, every one of which possesses
the characteristic of contemporaneous
interest. First we have a contribution
from Senator George F. Edmunds, on
"The Conduct of the Guiteari Tiial."
Ex-Minister Edward F. Noyes commu
nicates the result of his observations
of political affairs in France under the
title, The Progress of the French Re
public" In "Trial by Jury, Judge
Edward A. Thomas describes the social
conditions under which our jury system
had its notes origin and its defects in
view of the altered relations of modern
life. Mr. John Fiske makes an able and
ingenious analysis of that great intel-
ectnal movement the Reformation,
educing therefrom the "True Lessons r
of Protestantism." In Law for the In
dians," the Rev. William Justin Harsha
endeavors to demonstrate that the one
rational and effectual ; cure-for our In
dian troubles is to extend the jurisdic
tion of our civil and criminal courts
over all the social relations of the red
man. Prof. A. B. Palmer writes on the
Fallacies of Homoeopathy." Finally,
the Hon. Neal Dow contributes an' ar
ticle on the "Results of Prohibitive
Legislation," demonstrating the success
of the efforts to suppress the liquor
traffic in Maine.
Hotbeds of Vice.
& a -Soiia orp nnw manafffid thev are
simply hotbeds of vice for the inmates,
and a youth detained in one of these,
places for a week, however innocent of
crime ne may uaro uew vi oumtug,
morally certain to bring away a famili
arity with criminal iues uu mcuiwa
which cannot fail to make him a worse
citizen than he would otherwise have
been. Younjr ana oia meet rogeiner m
tha laii corridors and exchange their
most sensational experiences, which
are sure to De tneir moss aemoraiuuix
ones, and the only emulation excited
there in to excel in vice. Thejailsys
tem of the whole country needs thor
ough renovation, and any "board or
nrhioh tonrta tn snch a re-
suit deserves the Rood wishes of all
INVALUABLE IN THE FAMILY.
rharlaatAn. R. d. JoO. 18, 1881
tt tt -ot.vwd a cut sirs Your Safe XMney
and Llver!ure U Invaluable In my famUyisnd I
would not be without If.
It is the HelgM of Fslly to watt onul
to bed with disease you mJn?Le; thZ?J
morna. when you can wred ngearty
STmptomsby Parker's blnger T- WJ nave
Py S) BD(MS1 UOO VI UUB r " - Z-
I tflad roar UOD Bimera. iv iuw
Ltywanyone to feeble beth, IeorduOy re-
commena mem. Chicago, Vk
tm &dert laments.
r IQULD FOOD, Roberts ftrtnu of H&tt and
J Meat, recommended by Dr. J. Marion 81ms,
ofgewYortr. Sold by WlLaON & BPBWKLU
IN Store some fine French Brandy, guaranteed
pore. WILSON ft BTJRWXLL,
FOUR AND FIVE
OW English Toeth Brashes of the best Quality.
E88KNCS ol Jamaica Ginger. A fresh arrival
at -WILSON BUB WELL'S
(HTDBATID OIIu) .
TPONIC Digestive and highly Nutritive. Bold by
i. WILSON dr BTJRWKLU
FLESH GLOVES, at
WILSON & BTJB WELL'S
febl8 Drug Store.
AS Assignee of J. .L. Hardin, in bantroptcy, I
will sell at the caurt house door in Charlotte
on Monday, the 13th day of March, 1882, two
valuable city lots, known as Lots 1831 and 1888
In the plan of the city, fronting 99 feet on Tryon
street and running back to College. Then is a
comfortable dwelling and outbuildings on said
Terms eash and the balance in 6 months,
at 8 per cent, interest J. E. BROWN,
Assignee of J. L. Hardin In Bankruptcy.
IN THE CITY
CRANBERRIES, HONEY, N. O. MOLASSES,
Sweet and Irish Potatoes,
8. M. H O WELL'S.
FRESH MINERAL WATI
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re
sembling the imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
. diuretic. Also,
Haorn Natural Mineral Water,
Reoommended very highly as a estharOe and si
. terattvs tod In all forms of dyspepsia.
K CASKS COKGRESa WATER,
Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
JQ CASES BUFFALO LTTHIA.
And a roll supply of
Hunyadi Janos Waters,
THE GREiT EUROPEAN KOVEn !
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
A3 A CATHARTIC:
Doffl;Awlrjo glass foil before breakfast
n. r uu unrmwaM Tbtwmi .Rjunn T.lahia' af.
firms that its richness to aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters." " '
The BritUA uecaeal joMna-Bmufuimm.-The
most agreeable, safest, and most effloaekma
aperient water." , . .
iw. nwiM. WjHtnW'Tnvart&Mv rood and
prompt soceess; most valtiable." .
these writers with remarkable wm" .
irqf. Scamani, Wurszburg. I Treseno none
Dwtlhls." - t.' J '
rrqf. LartOer Brvmtan, x. jj., j. - a., mhooh.
"More pleasant than lto rivals, ,and wrpasaM
- - - a Ml ii fr
JOHN H. McADEN,
North Trna &L. - : H i WiTTE. H. 0.
TiflrW AO TO SARATOGA .
When yoa eaa get .water
rmg as when It iows trom the P ;8faBa.
Wereoslve this watejnriargOiat tan wen
whfch we return as soon as emptied tobs reflUed
mSn everr week. J H. MCADEN
aguJu every weex. jztpMMtomi
FreseripOans sarefuBy pvpaiad Df pestaeed
and anmjtataat dzia AJ M Blahi.
Dr. J.H.McAden s Dm
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1802.
..FOR WINTER WEAR.
...70S SPRIKG WEAR.
A A L
Li r M MM M
AA a Li Li JHMMUUsb T
A a LZ9X LUX at M at TJU SS8S .T
-B E SOL D--
JUi A Ij.
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
For we never carry over from Seam to Season
any Garments that can be seld at the proper
time, If a reasonable sacrifice can
accomplish the sale.
IT HAS BEEN A MILD SEASON THUS FAR,
AND WE HAVE A
On hand. If we've erred In judgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW IS THE TIME TO
PBIOE MAZES DIFPERENOES.
The Lower the Price the Quicker the Sale.
For three yean out policy has been to elose-each
aacn'i purchase the season bought, enabling
as to epen FRESH NEW STOCKS. Our
Cutomers ezpest tt; the reputation
if oar Boose demands' It. If you
torn not J bsngmV tt : will be .
wortA yoar whtte to look,
lor the prices WILL
OTJB $17. $28, $3t anA $82 SILK SLEEVE
LUTED OVERCOATS will ba sold Without
reserve at $20. OUR $22, $24
. $25 OVERCOATS at $17.$0.
OUR $18 and 820 OVERCOATS at $15. This
tost includes all of our TINE REVERSIBLE
OLSCEBS and TJLSTERETTES.
. 1.. . '
We have boom 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
to haodsonM patterns, marked $14, $16
and $170, which win be soldat $ia
UB $10 sod $13 OVERCOATS wQl be seld anl-
fosmly at $7.50.
A lot of some 2f0 OVERCOATS, embracing tho
remnants of all.lots ranging to
Use98! ooj 9oa
es a moo
Zt SS 00 00 00
WILL BE BACRTFICSD AT THE
Tfte eenvenle'nt prleerf or all
only $g. This lot Is aa
B MM M
If M M af M
ry W shan make fct tal sato the LOWX31
prises wo have EVES ottered, and wheats
thtt W MXAaT fc LpWEST aJJCOS EVER
' 131 Ordea from a sUsbsm
the sasae adsaatasjes to LOW prioas wm so grrea
as tt nmftastot to persen. ; TM wpportrarty Isa
Ml. v ' . M.U. AtAXXA C
Closing M Safe
Tl if 'if . 3
B rxx x ks
' c . - ' , . .
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
having just taken
i i , l fdcd t hate entirely.
TOO EITffCEI STOGB
... c -
ON HAND, AND US ORDER TO BEDUCX IT t WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
CLosme out sale
Fine Triple and Quadruple
OF WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURERS,
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. CALL EARLY
AND SECURE BARGAINS.
Fine Triple and Quadruple Plated CASTORS, 5-cut
Bottles, $3.50, worth 85.00.
BUTTER-DISHES, $3X0, worth $5.00 and $6.00.
JEWELRY CASES, $10,00, worth $15.00 and
MUGS, $2.00, worth 83.50.
NAPKIN RINGS, large, 50 cents, worth $1.00.
GOBLETS, $2.50, worth $450.
ICE PITCHERS, $5.00, worth $10.00.
TILTING PITCH and MUGS, $12.00, worth
ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES, $3.50 per
All Other Goods in Proportion.
AVotot8lngle and Doable Plated Silver-Ware, at
the uniform price of
Embracing Card Receivers, Fruit Baskets, Cake
Baftkets, Butter Dishes, Cheese Stands, Spoon
holders, Creamers, Goblets, Mugs, Sugars, etc.
J. Brookfleld k Co.
Tarty Evening,' February 21st
THE TOWERING AMUSEMENT ELEMENT
GEO. H. ADAMS'
Humpty Dumpty Tronpe,
OKDEB the kanagement Of
NSW SPECIALTIES 1 . NSW SCENERY !
NEW TRICKS I NEW DRESSES I
NSW MUSIC 1
See all bills for lull particulars.
Prioes as usuaL Seals secured at the usual places.
J, H. LAINE,
Monday EveniDg, February 20th.
THE ELECTRIC SUCCESS !
CHAS. T. PARSLOE
---SUPERB STAR COMPANY-
If PART NEE
BY BARTLEY CAMPBELL.
"The plar that made the fame of Its author In
anight." "And which is by long odds the best
niaj OI American mo mat uaa mcu uivuju,
the boards."-New York Herald.
Prima, si . 7Kc and SOc: Seats can be secured at
McSmlth's Music House ch and after Thursday,
February 10th. v ROBT. ARTHUR,
leoi4 Aavance uepreseniauve.
JOR SALE OR RENT.
rpHE aew and commodious residence
m a ra. w tt m tknlA am Trvwi mt ri ut
tost beyond the track of the A., T. 4 O. E. Ui
M. ya uooanargau!. A.ppijw qlOVIR,
FOR SALE OR RENT,
ASto room house, with good yard and
wen of water, and a two room kitchen; I ;;
ten minutes walk of the pubUeuare. JUai
Appto t WALTER BREM.J
R. H. JORDAN. JOS. GRAHAM, M. D.
In connection with our ttock of
We have received a f uil supply of
Select Spices, Baker's and German
Sweet chocolate, gelatine,
FLAVORING EXTRACTS, &c.
5,000 Best 5c Cigars.
FRESH MINERAL WATERS
OF ALL KINDS.
R. H. JORDAN & CO,
YOU WILL VIND A FULL STOCK OF
Chemicals, Toilet Articles
Also, a fresh supply of
j n l
. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilson & Black's old stand.)
Corner Trade and College Streets, Charlotte, N. C.
The Associated Lines of Southern Travel,
THE RICHMOND & DANVILLE LINE,
THE ATLANTIC COAST-LINE,
THE VIRGINIA MIDLAND LINE,
Zi -TUB. BAY LINE.
Excursion Tickets via the above lines to NEW
ORLEANS and RETURN will be sold at the
1 ollowlDg reduced ratS3, from
Baltimore 43 CO
wasningion 44 DO
Richmond, 42 00
Lynchburg, 3 00
Danville. Hfi 00
Greensboro, 84 ( 0
Charlotte m 00
Spartanburg, ai oo
Greenville 30 00
Columbia, 81 00
Augusta, 28 00
Petersburg , 40 00
Portsmouth 42 00
Raleigh 85 00
Goldsboro' 85 00
Wilmington, c uu
February 13th, 14th and 15th. Good to return
till March 4th inclusive, xne ordinary iime limiia
applicable to straight tickets between the respec
tlve points wiUbe applied to these tickets.
febl2 8t General Passenger Agent
T7'TTXTT, A portion of a Worm fchaln
Jf KJ U IN .LJ Bracelet, with tassle. Own
er can call at this office and secure it by paying for
this notice. Iebl7
TY Virtue of a mortgage deed executed to the
aPfc iofa 1A7m a Nnrmnnt fni thA niimOflM tnrrV
to mentioned and duly recorded to .the Register's
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I will expose to public sale, at the court house
doer to the city of Charlotte, on the 26th day of
on Tryon street, adjoining the old Bank of Meck
lenburg,and running back to Church street.now oc
cupied on the lower floor as telegraph office, and
above br Mrs. Sbaanonhouseas a Doardtng kouse.
Terms cash. R. M. NORHEKT.
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