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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1882.
Index to New Advertisements.
V E. Ti.rmr-Dental Notice.
.1 R Williams and others Notice.
K. a. De Wolfe -To Contractors of Stone and
HER HEALTH AND LIFK
Depend more on the regularity of her menstrual
functions than on any or all causes combined. An
actual or a "living dath" Is the Inevitable result
of derangement of a function which makes woman
what she Is In every respect, and especially in her
mental and bodily constitution. Uence, Imme
diate relief from si.ch derangements Is the only
safeguard ascalnst wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppage, delay, or other Irregularity of the
courses," Dr. J. Bradfleld a. Female Hegulutor Is
the only sure remedy. It acts by giving tone to
the nervous centres. Improving the blood, and de
termining directly to the organs of menstruation.
It Is a scientific prescription, and the moct Intelli
gent physicians use It. Prepared by J. Bradfleld,
Atlanta. Ga. Price: Trial size, 75c; large size,
SI 50. For sale by all druggists.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and whwlesomeness. More economlca
than the ordinary Unds. and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
ov- New York.
LeRnv I'av'dson. Sole Agent. Charlotte. N. C.
A FRESH STOCK OF
I.upulm Yeast, Gem's, Royal Baking
Powder, Pearl Sago .-nd Flake Tapioca.
11. II. JORDAN & CO.,
WATER, the be3t water known for all
kidney diseases. For sale by
R. II. JORDAN & CO.
Sftudel Salts and Crab Orchard
Salts. For sale by
R.II. JORDAN & CO.,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Epp's Cocoa, Baker's Chocolate,
kelson's Gelatine and Flavoring
.Extracts, Just received by
R. II. JORDAN & CO.,
TRY ON STREET.
Water, In quart bottles, and all kinds of Mineral
Waters, for sale by
R. II. JORDAN & CO.
CONSTANTLY on hand a full stock of Patent
Medicines or all kinds.
R H. JORDAN & CO , Druggists.
Ylola Cologne, the best and cheapest
In quarts, pints and half pints, for sale
only by only by
R. II. JORDAN & CO.
THE Finest Black and Green Teas for the re
tall trade. B. H. JORDAN A CO.
Aureollne, or Golden Hair Wash, for sale by
R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
FOR SALE, any two of three
Fire Proof Safe, all of them
the best of makes. One small,
one medium and one large. Ap
ply to or address
CHaS. R. JONES, Prop'r Obsekveb.
I DESIRE to announce to the pnbllc that I am
now prepared to do washing and ironing in the
best possible manner. I have succeeded in get
ting better water than I have been using, and will
how agree to take family washing by the month
as follows: For handkerchiefs, towels, socks and
napkins at one and a half cents each. All other
family goods at 8 cents per article, except lace cur
tains. The prices are extremely low and every respecta
ble family in Charlotte can Afford to give me a
trial. The washing of each family Is kept separ
ate, and ladles' clothing Is bandied exclusively by
females. I will call at the bouse for the wash and
deliver It within three days.
I asked the public to pay no attention to ontside
reports about my business, as I guarantee satisfac
tion or make no charge.
L. HATH ANN, Prop'r,
aprll Enterprise team Laundry.
Native Mineral Water!!
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Torpid Liver,
Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Scrofula, Chronic Pneumonia, etc.
It la a powerful Alterative Tonic and to A NTT
Malarial In Its effects. Read certificates from
eminent physicians in our pamphlets.
NO ARTIFICIAL OASES OB SALTS.
Bottled In Its natural state, direct from the
G ..! ... t V. n kAontlhill lUttttAri 1T1 HOCK
bridge county, Ta.. and are open for the reception
of visitors from June 1st to October 1st, each
year; capacity, 1,000 guests. ,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr. J. H. MC-
Aiifl ana ur. x. v. bauxjo, vubtiuwc, m w
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQTJAETEKS I0B DEUMMEES
STATES VILLE, N. a
by Mrs. Dr. Reeves, whose Intention Is to
bAa 4 . . a - A MAVIAm.
Mxxsv a smciiy nrst-ciass noose ui ctci j imi"
C ommodlous sample rooms on first and secona
The patronage of the public U solicited!
if royal noun Xj
Remember Macallister to-night.
fiSThe Catholic picnic takes place
tMr. C. L. Adams, of this city, ate
Irish potatoes yesterday, as large as
hen eggs, from a planting in his garden
26 days ago.
BSPSome of the colored citizens have
found a me for the piles of rock on
East Trade street. They sit on them
and whittle sticks.
ESTWe have received a compliment
ary note from E. K N. A. B. F. in con
nection with our note from th PaaTW
Bee, and thank our correspondent for
tThe Chief of the Charlotte Fi
Department, Mr. Harrison, has received
an invitation from the Augusta Fire
Department to the annual tournament
in that city, on the 10th inst.
BSRevival services will be held at
the Methodist church every night this
week, beginning at 8 o'clock, and spe
cial services will be held at 9 o'clock in
the morning and at half-past 6 in the
tW The Observer is just in receipt
of a letter from a well known business
huse in Richmond, Va., very plainly
directed, and mailed in that city Feb
ruary 2nd., at 3 o'clock p. m. The ques
tion arises where has this letter been
all those three months.
t"The cotton mill lately owned by
Dr. A. M. Powell, on the Catawba
River, and operated as the "Catawba
Manufacturing Company," has just
been sold to Messrs. C. L. & W. D. Tur
ner, of Iredell county, by J. L. Cobb,
Rev. F. W.E. Peschau and Mr. H. B.
Eilers, of Wilmington, passed through
the city yesterday on their way to the
Synod at Concord.
In Greensboro the leading merchants
have decided to close their establish
ments at 7:30, and the Wilmington gro
cery merchants have improved upon
this by closing at 7, commencing last
Monday. Will th merchants of Char
lotte do likewise?
At the residence of the bride's father
in this city last night, Miss Sue C. A.
Smith, daughter of B. N. Smith, to Mr.
J. A. Clinard, of Hickory.
The Observer tenders its coi lgratu
lations to the newly married paiir, and
at the same time acknowledges the re
ceipt of a waiter bountifully supplied
with wedding refreshments.
The college boys at Davidson-, will
have an elegant fete champetre, n the
college campus on next Friday even
ing, and Charlotte girls are expected to
form a large part of the entertainment.
For their especial accommodation, a
train will leave the depot at the foot of
Trade street Friday evening at ::45. See
Mr. Schrtiber informs us that we
omitted to mention Mr. Nison's name
in connection with the silver discovery
at the Welburn mine. Mr. Nison is in
terested with Mr. Schreiber, and while
the latter attends to the correspond
ence and outside business, the former
has been in charge of the miniDg and
milling, with very satisfactory results.
A Rival of Worth.
Mr. Jas. Brown, a brother of the late
Mrs. W. II. H. Gregory of this city, has
recently left Haverly's minstrels, with
whom he traveled for some time, and
has established in the city of New York
a dress making establishment which
promises to be to America what Worth
is to France. He had created a decided
sensation, and his path to fame seems
o be clear.
It is said that the performances of
an amateur minstrel troupe will be
among the other domgs on the 20th of
The ladies of the Monumental As
sociation, in conjunction with the Hor
net's Nest Riflemen talk about a festi
val. Mr. E..D. Latta has shown his lib
erality by offering a solid silver trum
pet as a first prize to be contested for
at the firemen's tournament
For Memorial Day.
Maj. J. M. Davis requests the cadets
of the Carolina Military Institute to
form in front of the Hornets' Nest Ri
flemen's armory at 5 p. m., on the 10th
The order of formation will be cadets,
Hornets, and Mecklenburg Rifles.
The hour for forming is subject to
any change the committee may desire.
The Hornet band is respectlully re
quested to form with the military. As
soon as the full programme is arrang
ed it will be published in full.
Pioneer Fire Company--Annual Meet
The annual meeting of the Pioneer
Fire company was held last night, and
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year:
W. E. Culpepper President.
N. Gray Foreman.
W. Walker Assistant Foreman.
S. Blackwelder Engineer.
J. J. Shuman Assistant Engineer.
W. B. Kidd Sec. and Treasurer.
B. F. Duncan 1st. Pipeman.
A. P. Bennett 2nd. Pipeman.
John Orters 1st. Asst. Pipeman.
R. E. Cross 2nd. Asst. Pipeman.
N. L. Savage Driver.
Rev. O. F. Gregory Chaplain.
Dr. D. O'Donoghue Surgeorii
The comDanv decided to enter the
contest on the 20th., and white pants
were adopted as part of the uniform for
The following gentlemen were admit
ted as members of the company: Wm.
Mason, John Irwin, Vm McDongal,
John Vogel, Chas. Patton, A. C. Butler
T. H. Abernethy.
ROUGH ON BATS."
. Clem, out rtom.M!teiXr
bUgS, 8UnS, CUipiUUimo, Buyui -
Items in General all of Which is News
Our Shelby correspondent Bends us
Bishop Hood, of the" African Metho
dist Episcopal Church, preached last
week in the court house in Shelby to a
crowded audience, including one nun
dred white men. All were pleased
with his sermon which showed that he
was a fine pulpit orator. His words
were given in classic diction, and he
did not use his text as a pretext tor
saying something else. After his ser
mon he showed the rapid progress
the colored Methodists in North Caro
lina had made without resources and
with few preachers, and criticised the
conduct of the Northern Methodist
Church in trying to supplant his A. M.
E. Church. He refuted some charges
circulated against him, whereupon a
colored neophyte of the Northern Meth
odist Church made a spirited speech,
which caused some commotion.
Ike Wells, a tall and fine looking
negro, with lordly carriage, criticised
Bishop Hood's conduct, and proclaimed
bis mission to preach in Shelby and es
tablish a Northern Methodist Churcb,
and he had the money at hi3 command.
He said he was not traveling up and
down the railroad like Bishop Hood,
with a black hat and begging money.
We expected at first to see a difficulty,
but quiet was soon restored.
Rev. Ike Wells preached yesterday
one hour in the open air to a colored
crowd. How good it is for brethren to
dwell together in unity.
Last Thursday night the colored
church was crowded to overflowing to
witness a marriage in high life ; the
colored Venuses and Adonises, in gay
attire decked, came to witness the min
ister unite Bruce Hoey and Ella Rod
gers. The congregation and minister
waited a long time, not knowing the
cause of the delay. The minister and
groom with license were ready, but one
thing was lacking the bride came not.
So the crowd did not witness the wed
ding, as the bride had declined to parti
cipate in the ceremony. Next morning
the groom expectant doffed his broad
cloth and like a man went to work. He
had remodeled his cottage so as to pre
pare the cage for the bird. This indus
trious and bright darkey lost his wife,
and still worse, his $2.50 license fee.
"Barkis was willing," but Ella was
After marriage notices in the news
p ;pers come the deaths, so here is a
transition from marriage to the recent
death of two little children. Mr. and
Mrs. John Kendrick lost their little
Emma, aged 2 years and 11 months,
after a week's sickness. The child bora
her sufferings patiently. She lay for an
hour before death perfectly silent, then
she opened her eyes and exclaimed,
"I'm coming, I'm coming," and life was
extinct. Did this little girl, nearly 3
years old, so fresh from God, see the
angels coming for her ?
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Price lost on yes
terday their bright little boy Johnnie,
aged 14 months, from cholera infantum.
The parents are overwhelmed with
grief; tbe cradle is empty, for Johnnie
now sleeps in Sheibv cemetery.
Shelby Tmale College has existed in
the imagination of the Baptists of this
section for several years, but now all
concede it will soon be a reality. $7,000
has been generously subscribed for the
cause of female education in Shelby,
and a magnificent $8,450 building will
soon snow its massive duck tront on
Washington street, and will be an orna
ment to Shelby's liberality. Mayor W.
P. Love has the contract for the large
three story brick building which he has
promised to complete in October. The
brick are now being made by Mr. Love.
Our merchants last year made money
selling guano, but this year the profits
are slim. The merchants prepared for
a huge guano trade. About sixteen here
sold guano and had 2,800 tons ready and
eager for the spring trade. Like CoL
Sellers, the guano dealers thought that
there were "millions in it," but have
been disappointed in their sales, as one-
fourth of the guano is unsold.
Wheat and oat crops look well and
promise an abundant harvest. Our
farmers are learning wisdom. They
are beginning to plant more corn and
wheat and less cotton. The guano trade
will decrease every year and farmers
will use more cotton seed for fertilizers
and to make composts.
The cold weather has been injurious
to cotton that is up. It looks sick.
A Case With a Pistol in it.
Constable Orr went out yesterday to
Matthews Station, having received
warrants for the arrest of Consta ble J.
L. Chambers and H. C. Williams, mer
chant. The prosecutor was a farmer named
Watts, and the parties being brought
before Justices Hood, Smith, and
Bruner, the complainant made a .state
ment to the effect that on Sunday last
the two prisoners drove up to his house,
in a buggy, and after some remarks
Williams took out a pistol and flourish
ed it about After a little while they
drove away a short distance. Chambers
then returned in the buggy, alone, and
asked Mr. Watts to go with him to the
place where he had left Williams. Mr.
Watts at first refused, objecting to the
Distol: but Chambers assured him that
he Chambers had obtained possess-
sionofthe pistol, and that Williams
was lying on his back asleep; and even
tually Watts was persuaded to accom
pany him. When they came up with
Williams, however, he was on his
knees with the pistol in his hand, load
He asked Watts his name and get
ting into a dispute with him
threatened to shoot him. He did not
however fire the pistol and Watts seems
to have escaped without injury. He
however, charges the two defendants
with attempting to kill him.
The prisoners were bound over in
three separate bonds of $100 each to the
How young soever yon may be,
With falling teeth, you're grim and old;
And losing your month's parity,
. Toar features seem both dull and cold,
Then man or maid, warned of your fate,
Seek 80ZODONT. e'er it's too late.
Charlotte Hotel Arrivals.
3 E Everett, Wilmington, N r : J R
Rubencame, Philadelphia, Pei i; J S
Watson and Lady, Rockinghan, N C; S.
HLowe, Lowesville, N C r Dr. A Myres
Harrisboro, N C; J Y Barber, and Son,
Salisbury, NC; B J Latter, S C ; H M
Caldwell, Concord; T B DePriest Shel
by. .N C ; N P Cannon, Mt Holly, N C ;
J. A Clinard, Hickory, N C; Thomas
Wright Lowell, IT C; J H Trimble,
Laurinburg, S C ; J H M Chuneaseiro,
New Orleans, La; W H Britton, Came
ron, NC; D H Brantley, Mooresville,
NC; WS Turner, Statesville, N C; T
E Davis, Polkton; MF Hancock, Folk-
ton ; O S Perkins and Lady, Put-in-bay ;
J C Rutledge. Brevards; J W McLurd,
Brevards; C F Brown, Atlanta, Ga; T
H Mulmax, York Co.. S C; Mrs J D Ir
win, Davidson College; S H Hilton,
County; HCCabanus and Daughter,
What aiakea Ton IliM.
X tooth Is missing among the incisors, and yon
cannot belp hissing. Go and get one pot in, and
tbenose BOZO DON T to keep tbe ethers right
Tou should have done this years ago, but it Is bet
ter new than never.
Asbertlie, N. a. Aug. 23, 1881.
H. H. Warner & Co.: Sirs I take great pleas
ure in stating that I have been entirely cured of
rheumatism by the use of your Bate Kidney and
Liver Cure. N. P. Chxosstkb.
bxdiobd iun AJETD IBOH 8PBIHSS WATXB asd
Mass. Th great tentc and alterative contains
lwloe as much Iron and ffftr ter cent, mora aium-
tnom than any "alum and Iron maaa" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Sold by all druggists of any standing,
Prices reduced one half.
Pain. Irritation. Retention. Incontinence. De
posits, Gravel, Ac, cured by "Bachupaiba." $1'
Depot J. EL MeAden, Charlotte, S. C.
JLiver, Kidney and Brlgbi'a Dieeaee.
A medicine that destroys the germ or cause of
Bright's Disease. Dial etes, Kidney abd Liver Com
plaints, and has power to root tbem out of the sys
tem, is above all price. Such a medicine is Hop
Bitters, and nosltive croof of this can be found by
one trial, or by asking your neighbors, who have
Deen cured oy it.
Tbe Lucky Man Congratulated.
The announcement that ticket No. 75 41 4 In the
March drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery had
drawn the capital prize of $30,000, and that half
of the ticket had been sold In Savannah created
considerable excitement, and many were inclined
to think that there was some mistake. We are
pleased to state, however, that there was no mis
take, and that the lucky person was our well
known townsman, Mr. Eugene B Phllpot, of the
firm of John Sullivan & Co, During the day Mr.
Phllpot received the congratulations t numerous
luck . It was a big return on the investment of $1.
Savannah hews, March 1 6th.
He sent to m. a. Dauphin, New Orleans. La.
The next drawing will take place on May 9th.
Attention, Independents !
YOU are hereby notified to attend a regular
meeting of your company this (Wednesday)
evening, at IVi o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired. The election of officers and other Impor
tant business will be transacted. By order,
W J. Habbisoh, President
T HE special train provided for those holding
tickets to tbe "Kete Champetre" will leave
the Air-Line Depot for Davidson College at 8.45
p. m., sharp, Friday, May 5th.
J. B. WILLIAMS,
L. W. DICK.
B. N. BBVCKKTT,
a A, GREGG. Jr.,
B. L. BETBUBN,
may3 It Genl Managing Committee.
THE next annual meeUng of the State Board of
Dental Examiners will be held in Salem, N.
C, on the 6th day of June. All persons com
mencing the practice of Dentistry without a diploma
must go before this board for examlnatton.or suffer
trie penalties of the law which went Into effect
March 1879. V. K. TUBMJR,
maj8 tuiejun Prest Board Dental Ex'rs.
Winston Sentinel and Raleigh News and Ob
server copy one month and send bill to W. H.
STONE AND BRICK.
SEALED bids solicited for furnishing the City of
Charlotte, delivered at the depot here, ready
for laying, about 20,000 square feet of good hard
granite lor paving sidewalks, in blocks not less
than 8 feet long, 12 Inches wide and 5 inches
thick, what Is known as pointed flagging. Also,
for 0,000 lineal feet or good nam granite ror
curbing sidewalks, to be not less than 8 feet long.
5 Inches thick and 14 Inches wide, executed with
fair pointed dress on top, and down 4 inches on
Inside and 7 inches on outside, made so the Joints
will fit closely.
The stone paving is to be laia in we centre ui
the sidewalks for the width of three feet and the
entire width of the sidewalks in front of doors.
Bids will also be received for laying the same In
4 Inches of sand. . ' .
Also for furnishing brick and sand ana laying
about 6,000 square yards of brick pavement, with
good hard burnt brick, by the square yard.
Bids will be received for tne work and material
above described until the 20th Instant, when the
Street Committee will open the same and award
contracts as they deem best for the city.
By order of tbe Board or Aldermen,
ma3 2w V. 8. De WOLFE. Mayor.
Charlotte Opera House !
PROF. J. M. MACALLISTER,
THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE
WORLD, AND HIS TROUPE OF STARS.
4 NIGHTS ONLY 4
and SATURDAY MATINEE.
COMMENCING MAY 3rd, 1882.-
Grand Matinee Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Doors open In the evening at 7 o'clock. Per
formance commences at 8 o'clock.
The presents given at each entertainment ere
purchased from your own merchants, which ought
to be a guarantee of their genuineness.
Admission, with one envelope, 25 cents; reserv
es iteats. with two envelones. 50 cents. The holder
of a dollar ticket will be admitted to any part of
the theatre and will be given six envelopes. Be
serve tickets for sale as tne usual places.
HUGH W, HAKEIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on Trade street, nearly opposite Court House,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
maj2 dw tf
XT ICE four room Cottage, conveniently
w n w snnma. 111!
maj2 tf At Postofflce.
. IRE8H HOMINY and GRITS, at
S. M. HOWELL'S.
SJ a a
reeted by tap. tf allraad Officials and
may, ue yd pn a correct s
Norlh Carolina Ihilroad.
TRAIKS GOING EAST,
Date, Aprir 80th, 1882.
No 51 No. 58
I Patty. Dally.
4.00am 440p m
5.53 a m 6.24 p m
8.00 a m 8.06 pm
Leave Charlotte, . .
Arrive HlUsboro, ...
No. 17 Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro. . ..5.00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh,. . ..1.51 a m
. Arrive at Goldsboro,. .7.20 a m
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with H. ft D.
B. R. for all points North. East and West via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. k W. R. R. for Wil
mington. 50. a connects at Salisbury with WrN. C. R.
R. for all points in Western North Carolina: dallv
at Greensboro with B. k D. B, R. f or all points
North, East and West
TRAINS GOIKS WKST.
Date, April 30th, 1882.
Goldsboro,. . .
Salisbury,. . -Charlotte,....
5 Otf pm
5 46 pm
8.05 p m
9.50 p m
11 21 am
No. 18 Daily except Sunday.
Leave Goldsboro.. .2 50 p m
Arrive at Ralelg h, . . 7. 1 0 p m
Leave Raleigh A 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 8.15 pm
No. EO -Connects at CharlnttA with A A f! ilr.
Line for all points in the South and Southwest,
and With C. C. ft A. R. R. for all mints South and
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with 1 ft fi Air.
Line for all Dolnts South and 8oiiihwt- at Char
lotte with C, C. ft A. R, B. for all points South and
N. TV. ft. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro. fl.25 o m
Arrive Kemersvllle 10.41 pm
Arrive Salem. 11.25 n m
NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 9 50 a m
Arrive Kemersvllle 11.01 am
Arrive Salem. 11.85 am.
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem 5.15 am
Arrive KernersvHe . 5.50 am
Arrive Greensboro 7.00 a m
Leave Salem 6.00 p m
Arrive Kemersvllle 6.40 p na
Arrive Greensboro 8.00 p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,.
10.40 a m
11.40 a m
Arrive Chapel Hill,.
12.10 p m
1.00 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars Without (Me
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52. Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
Throueb Tickets on sale at Greensboro'.
Balelgh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest West, North
and East, fvt Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent.
ma?2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
w-On and after April 30th, 1882. the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line Division of this road will be as follows:
Leave Charlotte, AL
Arrive Ga&tonia, L
Arrive Spartan burg. K
Arrive Greenville, H .
Arrive Seneca, G
2.02 a m
5.59 a m
7.48 a m
12.50 p m
1.47 P m
5.29 p m
7.03 p m
8.80 p m
9.46 p m
12.40 a m
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,.
Arrive Lula, E
10 00 am
10.37 a m
Arrive Lula, B
Arrive Babun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Seneca, G
2. 16 p m
4.51 p m
5.22 p m
6.40 p m
8.06 p m
10.06 p m
2.06 a m
4.00 a m
6.50 a m
7.41 a m
926 a m
Arrive Greenville. tL
Arrive Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte; M
A with arriving trains Of Georeia Central and A.
W, P. Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georeia Central. A. &
W. P. and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georeia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with SDartanburz and ABhevllle. and SDartan-
burg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashevllle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas ana Chester.
M with a. C. si, C. C R. ft D. and A.. T. & O.
for all points West North and East
Pullman sleeping-car servtee on trains Nos 50
and 51 dally, without change betw- en Atlanta and
Newlork. A. PoPB,
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R. Taloott,
L Y. SAGE, Superintendent
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, April 30th, 1882
Leave Charlotte, . ...J.
Arrive Bock Hill,....,.
Arrive Chester, ,.
Arrive Wlnnsboro,.. ...
Arrive Columbia, i .
Leave Columbia. ..A.
Arrive Lexington,'. . . . . .
1.85 p m
2.88 p m
8.80 P m
4.35 p m
6.00 p m
6.07 P m
Arrive Btdge Spring,.. .
9.40 a m
10.22 a m
1 0.15P m
Leave Charlotte. ;. . .-.
Arrive Bock Hul, ...
Arrive Lexington,. ...
Arrive Ridge Spring ...
Arrive GranltevHle,. . .
Arrive Augusta,. . ...
6.00 a m
8.25 a m
6.05 p m
7.47 p m
Train No. 52, Daily Connects at Colombia with
the 8. C. R. B, for Charleston, and with the C. 4
G. B. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, Ac At
Augusta with Central. Georgia R. B for Macon,
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No. 48,Dally Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia B, B, and Central Georg B. B, for
Macon. Atlanta. Savannah, and Florida nolnta,
Trains Nos, 18 and 20, local tri-weekly, Mon
days. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Trains from the 8outh arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, aauy, ai &H8 p. m. jrreigmv aauy except
Hunaay, at a. m. and 440 p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE OHIO MVI8ION.
Train No. 58. Dally,
Leave Charlotte. . - 5 00 p ta
Arrive at Statesville, . ..,..7.05 pm
Train No. 52, Dally,
Leave Statesville, .7.65 a m
Arrive at Charlotte,. ...... ...10. 00 am
Tickets sold to all Dolnts Sooth. Southeast and
Southwest, 'and baggage checked through. No
lay-ever allowed on local tickets. ; ( A. POPE,
T. M. B. Taloott, Gen"! Passenger Agent
' Gen'l Manager.
Columbia, 8. C, April 80th, 1882.
An Appreciative ComiDoity Haying Signified their Apval of Our
ARE POSITIVELY WORTH FROM $10.00 to $18.00
That These are FRESH GOODS, and
IN SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES and all other Gents' Furnishing Goods
CALL AT ONCE, AS THESE
Warner&SafeLiver a Kidney
-AT mAXl'FACTHBERS' PRICES,.
JUST RECEITED BY
DRUGGISTS, TRADE STREET.
LIHE! LIME! LIME !
AVING now two more EIlns In addition to our
PERPETUAL KiLN we are now prepared to
FILL. ORDERS PROmPTLY,
on short notice, and at prices that defy competi
tion We guarantee quality, and make no charge
unless Liimt proves satisractory.
We have an aeencv In Charlotte of A. C. Sum-
mervllle; who will receive orders tor small lots at
Reference as to quality 01 urne given on appli
cation. SIMON BBOTHEB3,
Box No. 38. Gaffney city 8. u
we are:now opening our new
Spring and Summer Styles
Including all the latest novelties
In the MILLINERY LINE.
In all the new styles, colors and qualities.
Also, an the new styles and qualities of LACES,
embracing White Goods, Neck Wear, Hosiery
Gloves, Parasols, &c, the LARGEST and MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY.
Oar Pattern .Hals and Bonnets
When we will be pleased to show the" Ladles the
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF FINS MILLINERY
they have ever seen In this city.
.Mrs. P. (jnery.
A Good Cook mt the St Charles Hotel, State
HUe,N.a Address 1
MRS. DR. REEVES.
Statesville, N. C.
& ' b
COME to the FRONT AGAIN
FOR THE BEX St IT Of THOSE
DAVE NOT YET PURCHASED,
AND AGAIN PLACE ON OCR
200 Fresh SUITS at the following marvelous Low Pileest
tLL'WOOL CHEVIOT NVI t - - . - T 5'
4LL-WOIL CANKintBE UIT, - - - S3I
All-Wool CASnITIEBB&CUEVioi 10.
Worth My the Prices Stated Above
GOODS WILL SELL RAPIDLY.
FRESH MINERAL WATER
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Just Received, at
From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re
sembl Ing the imported Vichy. Recommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
tion, is a powerful tonic and strong
Hathorn Natural Mineral Water,
Recommended very highly as a cathartic and al
terative and In all forms of dyspepsia.
CASES CONGRESS WATER,
I Q CASES BOCK BRIDGE ALUM,
CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
And a full supply of
Hnnyadi Janos Waters.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN NOVELTY I
THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dour A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunydl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
firms that Its richness In aperient salts surpasses
that of all other known waters."
17m British Medical Journal "Hunyadl Janos.
Tbe most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Prqf. Vtrcftou, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prqf. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prqf. Beantoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prqf. Lander Brunlon, If. J)., T. 22- 8., London.
"More pleasant than Its rivals, and surpasses
them In efficacy."
Prqf. Atken, Af. D.. F. B, 8., Royal Military Hos
pital, NeUey. "Preferred to Pulina and Fried'
JOHN H. McADEN,
Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist.
North TryOn 8t, CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DONT GO TO SARATOGA
When yon can get water Just as fresh and spark'
ttng as when It fiows from the spring at Saratoga.
We receive this water In large block tin reservoirs
which we return as soon as emptied to be refilled
agatn every week. J. H. Moaden,
Druggist and Chemist.
Prescriptions carefully prepared by experienced
and oompetent druggists, day oz night.
F. C. MTJNZLER
Tte Bcrpr & M Brewery Company i
. (01 Philadelphia, Pa ,)
BOTTLED WEEA A 9FECIALTT.
3rHave Just received man lot ot BOTTLED
ALE and PORTER, which 1 oflex to the public at
Look Box 256, Charlotte, N. C
Dr.J.H.McAden's Drug Store