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LOC AL MATTERS.
TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1882.
PHALiHi Lodge Na 81, i.F.41. M. Regular
01 ee ting every second and fourth Monday nights.
Exoklsiob Lods No. 261, A. F. & A. M. Reg
ular meeting every first and third Tuesday nlghta.
CBAiaxmm Chaptxb No. 89, B. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nlghta.
Chaklott ComtAJtrDABT Na 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
IC- OH?1 EC.
K sights or Honor. Regular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
knights or Pythias. Regular meeting nights
first and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. ra. at Ma
sonic Temple HalL
X. O. O. IF1.
Charlotte Lodgk No. 88. Meets every Mon
Mecklknbubo Dkclabatiom Lodsb Na ft
Meets every Tuesday night
Dixie LODaa No. 108. Meets'every Thursday
Catawba River Encampment No. 21. Meets
irst and third Thursday nights In each month.
Index to New Advertisements.
Chns. B. Hires-Diary Free.
j p Miller $1000 Reward.
W H Parker Know Thjself.
Wm. Simpson & Sons The Best CaUco
K M. Andrews New Fu'Blture..
'M. Howetl Labrador Herring.
Key Found -This Office.
A pair of beautiful Sun flowers on Easels will be
mailed free to any lady who will send a three cent
postage stamp to Dr. C. W. Benson, 106 No. Eutaw
street, Baltimore, Md.
Gentlemen Your Hop Bitters have been of
eri-at value to me. I was laid up with typhoid fever
Tor over two months and could get no relief until
1 trM your Hop Bitters. To those suffering from
debility or any one In feeble health, I cordially re
commend them. J. C. Stoktzkl,
w 683 Fulton street, Chicago, m.
It Is the Height of Folly to wait until you are
la bed with disease you may not get over for
months, when you oan be cured during the early
symptoms by Parker's Ginger Tonic. We have
known the sickliest families made the healthiest
by a timely use of this pure medicine. Observer.
BSD FORD ALUM AWD IBOH 8PRIK88 WATKB AND
Mass. The great tonic and alterative coatalns
lwloe as much iron and fifty per cent more alum
tnum than any "alum and Iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
feneral. Sold by all druggists of any standing,
'rices reduced one half,
A revolution In the treatment of nervous dis
eases Is now taking place. Dr. Benson, of Balti
more has discovered a sore remedy in his Celery
and Chamomile Fills -they permanently cure
sick and nervous headache, neuralgia, dyspepsia,
sleeplessness and all nervous diseases.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economics
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or o hosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 . New York.
Leaoy Davidson. Sole Agent, Charlotte, N. C.
IJcur Mueslis merits.
CONS T A N T LY
WHICH I WILL HELL CHEAP FOR CASH,
BOTn WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
AT WHITE FRONT.
rJ Tripe, Pigs Feet and Cod Fish,
s- M . HOWELL'S,
FOTlNFi 1 unfolding Key.
bHavinVf. .tf ..Owner can cjUlaiid secure tt
feb2i lulB nonce. ;
A Invited tm.-li.'?.-. -vuJU
,0 iS hHtot and a depth pit 10 feet,
pecino5lVab0T6 basement; -Mans and
lint- UODS Can ha on. .v.. jn T U
W ROYAL P8Krt Jk XI
in u iiir.WA
CjUrtotteT K. c.
Geo. Adams carries fiis.non
worth of stage paraphernal! a.
tW A large folding key has been
found and left at this office, which is
tsnche receipt of an .invitation to a
Mardi Graa Ball, to be given at the
Central to-night, is acknowledged.
tW Members of the Pleasure Club,
and young gentlemen not members, de
siring to attend the ball this evening can
secure tickets by calling at Tidddy'a
At Augusta, Saturday, Mr. Ben
nett Barnes' Col. Sellers won the third
race of the day, dash of one mile for all
ages, against three competitors. Time
1:50; purse, $125.
IW Mr. J as. H. Ross, cashier of the
Traders National Bank, has resigned,
and yesterday the directors unanimous
ly elected Mr. Thos. L. Vail to fill the
vacancy, and it is understood that Mr.
Vail has accepted the office.
tW Andrews, the furniture man,
yesterday received a patent business,
desk, ordered for Dr. J. H. McAden,
that is the most perfect and beautiful
article of the kind ever brought to
Charlotte. It attracted the attention of
every passer-by, and was much admired
for its completeness and fine finish.
Committed to Jail.
Coroner Alexander has been heard
from, and in a manner that Indicates
business. He went out to Long Creek
Friday, as heretofore stated, to investi
gate the death of a negro, alleged. to
have died from injuries inflicted by an
other of his race. Since his absence he
has sent to ,the jailer 'in this city two
negro men, John and Henry Patterson,
who have been put in jail for safe
keeping. It is supposed they are impli
cated in the Long Creek affair.
Knights of Pythias.
At the session of the Grand Lodge of
this order at Goldsboro, last week, the
following officers were elected :
G. C J . L. H. Missillier, of Ne wbern ;
G. V. C H. C. Prempert, of Wilming
ton ; G. P. J. F. Townsend, of Lilly's
Grove ;G.M. of E. R. T. Scanlin, of
Fayetteville; G.KofR. and S. John
L. Dudley, of Wilmington ; G. M. at A.
J. C. Brewster, of Raleigh ; G. I. G.
Robert Chambers, of Charlotte ; G. O.
G. W. T. Howell, of Goldsboro; Sup.
Rep. J. A. Bonitz, of Goldsboro.
The Best Railroad Case.
The motion to. strike out certain por
tions of the complaint in the case of
W. J. Best vs. Clyde, Logan and Bu
ford, was heard at Raleigh last week
before Judge Graves at Chambers. Sat
urday the judge announced his decision
overruling the motion to strike out,and
giving the defendants until April 1st to
file their answer. It is stated that Judge
Graves does not assign the reasons upon
which he bases his judgment, but it is
understood tli at while he considers the
complaint to be faulty in some of the
points pointed out by the defendants.in
his opinion the motion was not made in
Ilumpty Dumpty To-night.
Geo. Adams' Humpty Dumpty com
pany will give a performance at the
opera house to-night. Of the new com
pany the Lynchburg News, of Feb. 7,
says: "Geo. H. Adams' new Humpty
Dumpty was presented before a good
audience at the opera house, last even
ing, and was heartily enjoyed. Of
Humpty Dumpty, the individual, it is
useless to speak, for it is now univer
sally admitted, even by rival managers,
that Geo. Adams is the foremost clown
in America. He sustained his great
reputation well last night,and provoked
vociferous applause. His pantomime
has undergone great change, and the
entire performance is novel, entertain
ing, and in the highest degree provoca
tive of the heartiest laughter, while,
above all, it is marked with character
istics of refinement."
Meeting of the Inferior Court.
The Inferior Court met in this city
yesterday, with all the J ustictfB present,
The following named gentlemen com
pose the grand jury:
T. L. Alexander, foreman ; H. M. Har-
gett, M. L. Davis, Sam'l Grier, A; Mc
intosh, A. M. Doldson, T. a Smith, W.
L. McConnell, J. A. Knox, R. JEL Fields,
Wm. Todd, M. N. Yandle, H. C Hub
bard, H. C. Smith and R. C. Miller.
Some difficulty occurred in securing
jurymen of requisite qualifications,
causing a delay in its formation.
Justice Warble's charge was an ex
ceptionally good one, and it can be said
that it fully covered the whole of the
duties devolving upon a grand jury
with the exception of capital felonies,
which do not come with the jurisdic
tion of the Inferior Court Consider
able stress was laid upon that portion
relating to the retailing of liquor with
out proper license ; of selling liquor to
minors ; of selling on Sunday in viola
tion of law : and attention was directed
to the law making cruelty to animals
a misdemeanor. Special attention was
also called to the condition of the coun
ty jail and poor house, as reported by
the county superintendent of health,
and the suggestion given that tha
grand jury visit those institutions and
report upon their condition. That por
tion of the charge relating to those in
stitutions may be characterized as sharp
and to the uoint but the justice statea
that the management, he believed, was
all that could be had under the condi
tion of circumstances The condition
of the public roads was touched upon,
and "a recommendation given that a re
Dort be made on them, but it was his
honor's opinion thatay bills from this
direction might be unjust, as ine neces
sary means were not available to im
nrnva the roads.
Thorn wota oniv two cases CllSPOBeU
' 7 - .
Af rfidav: the first being an Indict
ment against Wiley Rudisill, white, for
' 'fit a. ISammmA' 4
retailing liquor wnoui uwuow,
ohieh a verdict of guilty "was given.
Maitin Summerviile, for stealing cmc
end, verdict gunty.
DtAlfONDS' AND KlCa 3XWVL3,
Meeting of the Board of Aldermea Yes
terdaySome Important Business
The board of aldermen met in month
ly session yesterday af ternoon, Alder,
men Scott, Miller, Schenck, Long,
Adams, Allison, Wilkes, Osborne and
Smith being present
A request was made for a crossing
on College between Trade and Fifth
streets, which was complied With.
The Richmondand Danville Railroad
company asked for a policeman, with
duties and responsibilities of a regular,
subject to the orders of the chief, who
may be at the depot on the arrival and
departure of trains, the railroad com
pany td pay such officer the sum of $30
a. month towards his salary.
On motion R. J. Porter was elected
to fill the position, at a salary of $45 per
month, the city paying the sum of $15
per month, and the railroad to pay the
remainder. This officer will be uni
formed and equipped .as other city
policemen, and is required to report for
orders to the officer on duty at the de
pot. Mr. Porter was qualified and will
enter upon his duties at once.
The mayor stated that a lamp had
been ordered for the corner of Graham
and Sixth streets; also that the duties
of vaccination at the public schools had
been very successfully accomplished.
The committee to consider the re
quest of R. A. Lee & Co, to have their
cotton tax refunded asked for further
time to report, which request was grant
ed. The special committee appointed for
the purpose reported that they had
made a contract for necessary hose for
the fire companies.
TheBtreet committee reported the
following ordinance, which was read by
Be it Ordained by the Board of Alder
men of the City of Charlotte:
Section 1. The sidewalks on Trade
street from the.pnblic square to the
North Carolina railroad, and from tho
public square on the north sidfr to
Church street, and on the south side to
Poplar street and the sidewalks on
Tryon street from the public square' to
Fourth street, and from the public
square to Fifth street ami the side
walks on College street from Trade to
Fourth streets, shall be well paved and
curbed with hewn or dressed stone.
That all curb-stones used in making
said pavements shall be at least 23
feet long, 4 inches thick and 14 inches
wide; the ends shall be squared so as
to form close and even joints, and the
front and top hewn so as to present a
fair, smooth surface.
So much of chapter, 2 page 12, of the
printed ordinances of the city after
section 15 ordering sdewalks, as pro
vides for payment in part by the city
for pavements laid in brick and Port
land cement on the streets and within
the limits named in this section is here
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the street
committee to establish a grade for such
of the sidewalks as are now or may
hereafter be jequired to be paved, and
they may employ a competent civil en
gineer to aid them in making a survey
and fixing such grades. And all pave
ments shall be built or repaired under
their superintendence and direction,
and they are authorized to make con
tracts therefor. Nothing in the first
section of this ordinance shall make it
the duty of said street committee to re
move or interfere with the brick pave
ments now existing on certain portions
of the, streets named in Section 1 until
such brick pavements are so worn as to
be unfit for use, and the owners of the
property along which they extend neg-
eci lo Keep tueui in proper repair.
sec. 3. The Biaewai&3 on the south
side of Trade slreet from the intersec
tion of said street by the Atlanta and
Charlotte Air-Line railroad to Poplar
street, the south end of Trade street
from its intersection by the In. C. R. R.
to Myers street on its south side, Tryon
street on its west side from Morehead
street to Fourth street and from Fifth
street to Twelfth street on its east side,
shall be paved with good hard burnt
brick for the width of five feet in the
middle of the sidewalks; the sidewalks
on the west side of Church "Street to it3
ntersection with Trade street to First
street and B street on its east side from
the intersection of Trade to Seventh
street shall -be paved with good hard
burnt brick for the width of four feet
in the center of said sidewalks. -
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the
street committee to determine . the
width as well as the grade of the side
walks named in Section 1 and all other
sidewalks caved under the provisions
of this ordinance. And they shall have
all sign-posts, awning frames, mtcmng
posts, and every, and all other things in
or upon said sidewalks to be paved with
dressed, stone removed, and when said
sidewalks are paved, with stone as pro- L
vided. the same shall not pe cut, taken
up or removed for any purpose what
ever except by special permission given
by tha Board of Aldermen. Every per
son violating the provisions of this sec
tion shall forfeit and pay not less than
$25, and incur a further penalty of $5
per day for every day any post frame
or other obstruction remains in or upon
said sidewalks. Openings -under the
sidewalks for the purpose of lighting
or ventilating basements and cellars
shallnot extend more than three feet
across the sidewalks, and the owners
of property having them on the side
walks to be pavea wiin aressea stone
are required to make them conform, to
the requirements of this ordinance.,and
to have them curbed with well dressed
rock of the dimensions to be prescribed
bv the street committee, and covered
with close and strong iron grating or 4
glass; and it snail do we aucyoi tne
street committee wben ine work of
paving with stone la begun on any or
the streets named in Section 1 to notif y
the owners of property haying or using
any sky-light beneath, me pavement as
above referred to, to comply with the
requirements of this ordinance; and in
case any property owner refuse or neg
lect to do as required m una section,
such sky-light or opening under the
pavement shall be filled up by said
committee with dirt and paved as other
parts of the side waiK. ...
to any stable lot yard or premises,
croaafncr anv of the sidewalks of the
city shall be kept in good repair byjthe
owner or occupant or me premises;
and all such cartways or private en
trances to lots, etc, shall be paved by
th nwnnrs of the property with square
nr flat. RtnnAft. hewn and laid close to
gether, or With thlCK plans uiusei j uuu
fha irrnniul. Tn CSSB the OWIier refUSO
or neglect to comply with tbejrequire-
ments or tnis section, Buminww
:nnf. fenfranM hall be declared
TAnaaA and t.ho owner shall befined nov
less than $5 for every tip hrusea M
permits such cartway w u f
the sidewalk. All lanes saadeys the
title to which is not in the city, shall be
AamaA nrivaTA PBrfctVaVB. &Ud any PCr-
.nn nhn ahall AAnvAV tO the "CltV BUCU
nartwav or nrivate alley." shall be re-;
ioaiv! from the mo visions of this sec?
lawn . Th nfcreet committee shall
Ka.n fhn vnrlr nf rtavinff with Stone as
in SAcMnn i at, this ordinance,
at such place as they think such paving;
with brick shall be begun by them on
the street where a petition signed by
all the owners of the property to be
paved in front shall. join in a petition
to said committee requesting the same
and giving their assent to the terms on
which the same is txr be done. , If no
such petition is filed they are to exer
cise the same discretion - as inlaying'
pavements with stone. If all the prop
erty owners fronting any sidewalk m
the city for the distance of 3 squares
shall unite in a petition, to the Board of
Aldermen asking the same to be paved
as provided for, and shall consent to
pay one-half of the expense of same, it
shall be. the duty of said street com
mittee to pave the Btreet for which, the
petition is filed in preference to and be
fore the streets designated, where no
such petition is filed. . " . .
Sec. 7. It shall be the duty ' of. the
mayor to give the owner or his agent
or tenant in front of whose . lot such
curbing and paving Is ordered to be
done thirty days notice In writing, of
such order of the board before the work
begins. And the owner of every lot
curbed or paved in front by the city,
shall pay the city one-half the cost and
expense of such curbing and paving,
which shall be a ieu on the lot in front
of which such paving is done, as pre
scribed in section 42 of the amended
Charter of 1881, and it shall be the duty
of the .'mayor to enforce such, lien in
the manner prescribed by law. ..
This ordinance to take effect and be
in force from ?md after its passage.
.Alderman Scott moved that the re-.
port be received for informationVwhich
motion was adopted.
Alderman . Wilkes moved tbai the
orkinance be taken up and put on its
first reading, wbich motion carried, and
the ordinance was adopted by the fol
lowing vote: Ayes Aldermen Scott,
Miller, Schenck, Smith, Allison, Wilkes,
and Osborne. ,
Noes Aldermen Long and; Adams
The ordinance lies ever until the next
meeting of the board, when final action
will be had.
Several old accounts were presented
and disposad of by the board. ..
Alderman Schenck moved that Trade
street be macadamized from the rail
road to College street crossing, and that
the grade be made equal; that is, that
the street be level from College to the
railroad, and the sidewalks, when fixed,
be made to conform to it The motion
Alderman Osborne referred to the
sanitary condition of the city, aid sug
gested that the sanitary committee con
sider the matter and select a proper
person to act as . sanitary poUceman
j o action.
Alderman Schenck .moved that all
hog pens be required to be moved out
aide the fire limits. The matter was re
ferred to the sanitary committee with
instruction to report an ordinance on
the subject of hog pens and similar
Two Freight Trains on the Air-Line
Collide on the Flowery Branch Tres
tle. Sunday morning a little after 1 o'clock,
a terrible collision occurred on the Air
Line road at Flowery Branch, 44 miles
irom Atlanta, by which two freight
trains were wrecked and a portion of
them burned. From what informa
tion could be obtained it seems thatthe
South bound freight was behind time,
and the north bound train ran into it
on Flowery Branch trestle, both of the
engines going down together, and being
completely wrecked, the trains sharing
the same fate. Immediately after the
wreck the trains took fire and were
consumed, together with the freight,
consisting of cotton, bacon, buggies, &a,
and the loss to the company is estima
ted to be not less than $100,000. The
engineers and firemen of the respective
trains jumped from their engines before
they cime in contact, and thus saved
their lives. Several train men were in
jured, but no particulars or names have
been ascertained. About one hundred
yards of the trestle was burned, neces
sitating a transfer of mail, express, and
passengers at that point,, but it was ex
pected that the burned section would
be replaced within forty-eight hours, as
300 men were immediately put to work
to rebuild it'
Arrival ef Pmmps and Engines.
The pumps and engine for the water
works, together with a portion of the
material for the standpipe, has been re
ceived. The engine house will soon be
completed, and the pipe laying to being
rapidly pushed . all indicating an early
completion of the works : A number
of -hydrants have already been vxit in,
and in; this connection we - wm state
that it Is the understanding that of the
forty-five hydrants required by the con-
trace, toe wnoie nnmwr wm be uoaDie.
The specificaUohsV call for 15 double
and 25 single.
"My Partner. " ' " ;- ' : ' .'
A small but appreciative audience
witnessed the, play at the opera house
ast night It is of a decidedly sensa-
sensatiohal character, but the plot has
much in it, and the acting tts a whole
Was good. The two leading Characters,
Joe Saunders and Wing Lee, were well
sustained throughout, the former ! with
his blunt, rough manhood, but noble
heart and purpose winning the sympa
thy of his audience, while the latter
never failed to provoke laughter when
he appeared and discoursed, in bis pig
eon English, in which he is clever.
Complaint against the A., T. & O, Rail
A firm engaged in the mercantile
business at Huntersville writes The
Observer a complaining letter in re
gard to the irregularity in the delivery
of goods at that place by the railrp,adf
and we know of no better way to pre
sent the case for consideration hj the
prorifer authorities than to publish the
lettert . ' ' ' 'r'.
To the Idttor di ihd Obseinr:
Vnn wnl do Us ft kindness by cailiaK
t.h a Attention of the autnonues ot , the
AUaiticCTehnessee & ; Ohio . Ilailroad
to the fact m we,aws gesj any
freight from' qharlotte, as the roads are;
an haA imrt the train does not brinflr LL
We. have to.wait a weea u get ireign
from Charlottft- wnen, , oeiore .the
chancre we coma get it we same oay
that we bought it. It is .an . outrage
nnrm thrwift who batrbnize the road.
There have been wagons here for goods
thrAo fimA. nrrrrrtrrfira distance of seven
miles and waiting tUl train time; and
havinir to go all .the wwbaek ta. the
dark through themucL . rweii useg
thehi to ? swear ..that thejwWulnoi de
nflnri ntt mZ& f lincertalnties. It seems
io os that it mnt be; pegltonce on the
norf n arrant nrftomeonc: ina oeoni
orfnfi riiBAAttsned: 1 and as to bur.
IoaI var: w Wave heretofore been consid-
jrd trnthlnL Ml Wfl iear wo wiu w
compelled to lie if we trust this road.
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1002.
OTXRCOAT3 JOB WratlB WXAB.
0VXBOOATS. .FOB SPRING WB1B.
B E'SOL D.
A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
For we never carry over from Season to Season
an Sarments that can be Mid at the proper
time, if a reasonable sacrifice can
acoomplith the sale.
IT HIS BEEN A MILD SEASON THUS
AXD WE HAVX A
On band. If we've erred in lodgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW IS THE TIME TO
PEIOE HAZES DIFPEEE1T0ES.
The Lower the Price the Quicker the SaJe.
f otOrree yean oar policy has been to dose each
season's pttfehase the season frooght, enaount
iVfe epen TBXSH NEW 8TOCXA. Oat
Customers expect tt the repUtaUon -,t
our Hwse demands tt. If jea
. have not iencht tt win bf.. '
worth yonr while te ok,
for the ptlcesWILL.
otjb $27. tas. ss ani saa enjc slxxve
UOCKD OVEBOOATS wiH Dp sold wfthOOt
resfveat$20. OUBS22.t24sd.: '
Otri SlSand $20 OVEECOATS ai 415. This
last includes au of vat wins bxvbbbi hi.k
We have some 5 REVERSALS OTHCOA1S
In handsome patterns, marked f 14, SIS
and$I7JB0, winch will be sold at 810.
WTB S10 and $12 OVERCOATS wDl be sold nnl.
foanlr at $7.50.
A lot of some 20 OVERCOATS, embraetn
remnadtsef all lots ranging in
i n :
M W(B 00
WBXL BE SACRIFICED. AT THE
I; E li M M (& ,
The cehvenlent pries for all
oh! $5. This lot U an
m tr,V- '& lb tOWEST
prJteslETSaoOer4, andhe V
. wdetamqtai asa selWted, aai
thsameailiasnpst UVKkM wme gtresi
tUiwe!astaiapwon, fhe opportanlty to a
M osml K D. L1TTA BBOtl
Clow Out Sale
JIM MM TT JT B8Ba TTTT
HUM UU BSS8 .1
M M X M H H X r
XK M 111 5' xxi
AT COST !
AT COST. AT COST.
rHAVINO JUST TAKEN
I TQCD I HAVE ENTIRELY
TO- EHTtTCEE STOCB
ON HARD, AND IH ORDER TO RXDUCI IT I WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
BARGAINS ! !
OFFER FOR THE
BALANCE OF THIS WEEK
their entire stock of
-TRIPLE AND QUADRUPLE-
Siiver Plated Ware
AT HALF PRICE,
and Guarantee the Goods to be plated on
HARD WHITE METAL. All single and doable
plated Ware at $1.00 each for large pieces.
Rogers' Triple Plate Silver Knives at $3.50 per doz
Only Vegetable Compoundthat
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos
tiveness, Headache. Itassists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
.FOR SALE BV ALL SRUOGZBT&
arul8 deod eow ly.
Way Evening, February 21st
THE TOWERING AMUSEMENT ELEMENT
Humpty Dnmpty Troupe,
OHIIEB TEX XAKIOSKSMT OF
NEW 8PECIALTTE3 ! NEW SCENERY t
mW TRICKS! NEW DRESSES I .
NEW MUSIC i
See all bills for fall particulars.
Prices as nsoaL Seats secured at the nsoal places.
J, H. LAINE,
febld General Agent.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE new and commodious residence
built by H. T. Butler, on Tryon street,
lost beyond the track of the A., T. 4 0.K.
n. ue. oooa Bargain. Appij ro
jr. a. uL,uvjiut,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A Six room boose, with good raid and
well of water, and a two room kitchen;
tn mlnntoa wullr nf th nubile ROOftre.
Apply to WALTER BttJUL
, 8 Assignee of J. L. Hardin, in bankruptcy, 1
I mm uii mt Uia ewcrt taooM door in Charlotte
on Monday, the 18th. day of March, 1882, two
vsiaaue euj iota. Known as iow iboi uu 1000
In th. nlMt nf tha nttv. TTWltlnflr Oil feet On TlTOTl
street and running back to College. There is a
comfortable dwelling and outbuildings on said
Terms Vk eash and the balance In 8 months,
at 8 per eeni. mieresv. .fTrJ:.
JUUUUBC VA af X jaOalUtl AfcA IHIHIuywyi
febl8 tds i
TTVVKiar Loads of Ctm, two ear loads ofFlonr,
Sugar, Goflee-and Bacon, ana xtoaeco, nw iw
we a. wioiuBiiiun " i
r North coiiejn street,
feblO - Kext door to L. w.Sanders.
A. SECOKD-HAND BUGGT, with bar
mmmm - AlttA MUUUITU WflMHl
will be soM cheap for cash. For par dcuiars apply
to w. h. Kiel, jr. at x. uiieigie avo.. or wuue
OaldweU or T. w. Neel, Stonewall, N. O, or ad-
reas d. a. nBun i
toblS . -- - Davidson Coaege, N. C.
Hoie for Sale, !or Horse I Bopy-
. ; j
A GOOD Young Horse, drives wen In buggy and
good under saddle, Apply at
febl8 8t i BRANCH MINT.
J. MM ffl 10.,
safle Gtreet e
grtxgs and ieMcincs.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
BLAIR'S LIQUID RENNET,
Taylor's Bermuda Arrow-root,
PACKERS & CONSTANT 1NES
PINE TAR SOAP,
Fellow's and McArthur's Compound Syrqp of
R. H. JORDAN & CO,
YOU WILL FIND A FULL STOCK OF
Chemicals, Toilet Articles
Also, a fresh supply of
Landreths' Garden Seeds.
H. M. Wilder, Ag't,
(Wilson & Black's old stand.)
Corner Trade and College Streets, Charlotte, N. C.
Koiind Trip Excursion Rates
The Associated Lines of Southern Travel,
THE RICHMOND St DANYILLE LINE,
THE ATLANTIC COAST-LINE,
THE VIRGINIA MIDLAND LINE,
THH BAY LINE.
Excursion Tickets via the above lines to NEW
ORLEANS and RETURN will be sold at the
following reduced rates, from
. 40 00
, 42 00
TinkAta mm im on sale at the above points
February 18th, 14th and 16th. Good to return
till March 4th inclusive. The ordinary time limits
applicable to straight tickets between the respec
tive points will be applied to these tickets.
febl2 8t ; , General Passenger Ageat
T?rTTXTTi A portion of a Worm Chain
fl I 1 1 I l I J"Rta1L with buwla. Oirii-
er can call at this office and secure tt by wtarfor
BT Virtue of a mortgage deed executed to the
late Wm. & Norment tM vanoMc
i nwwitfmwui ntwl dniv recorded in the Registers
offloe, in Mecklenburg counff, Book 19ge 612,
I Will eZTJOSfl ID DUDUO BOIO, W wiun uvuae .
aowinfitoclty ot Charlotte, on the 26th day of ,
February. 1 882, a certain house and lot, situated
on Tryon street, adjoining the old Bank of Meck
tenburg,and running back to Church street.now oc
cupied on the lower floor as telegraph offloe, and
above by Mrs. Shannonhouseas a boarding house.'
Terms cash. R M. NORMENT.CB
i feb3 4t Executor,
PW. OIBL.wmM. on-t - y'rr
most needed; ana xne wur ui iviuB
and most reuauw jewu uwuaw