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sVlMVHIITWX RAT US .
! TBS OBSERVER JOB DEPARTMEMT
II,a been thonmgMu mpptitd with etetx f WfcB ' ' rf
wmt, and with the Latest Style of Typeramrebery -nuBwer
GfJvp Work can mow 'it don traCA; nmitnem.
agpafcA and cheapness. tiWe can tvrnuh, at Short
BLAKKS, BILL-BEADS, . .
LETTER-BEADS CARDS, ' ! ! '
TAOS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,.
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, C.
Six .U'mtltx ..1 . ' ""
.. 4 00
. 2 00
WEEKLY EIHTIOS :
'1 eekly, (in the county) in advance , 82 00
Out Qf the county, pottpaid, 2 10
Six Month 00
CHARLOTTE, N. C., SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1879.
' lAberai Reduction for Clufm.
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ASH MERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Ranging in Price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cents.
Do not fan to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It wiii pay you.
ELLAS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
V- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
fc?- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Trade Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ladlss' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
line supply- .."
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OFFICE FURNITURE1 ' ' ,f
I'" ill Goods Packed Free of Charge (
JLACK and COLORED CASHMERES,
"yE propose to close out our entire stock O Jj'
Black and Colored Cashmeres,
Fancy Dress Goods, Repellant and Water Proof
Goods at once. Real bargains will be found In the
above lines, and you are invited to call and see our
stock. We have also a very large stock of Ladles'
wblch must be reduced, and we will offer bargains
in that line.
Call on us for Kid Gloves, Buttons, Flan
nels, Ruffling for the neck, Shawls, Towels, Table
Linens, Marseilles Quilts, etc., etc
The best Corset in the world for the money.
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
P. S. An elegant line of Cloaks Just receiv
ed. A. fc EL
Call and get one of those handsome Cloaks that
I am now closing out very cheap; also some of
those nice silk, lace and hemstitched Handker
chiefs; I am also selling very cheap a beautiful
Black Spanish Lace Scarf; be sure to ask to ask for
those pretty White and Opera Kid Gloves, both for
gents and ladles; a large stock of fancy Hosiery to
be closed out very cheap; a new lot of nice black
Cashmeres just received; a large lot of Fancy
To be sold very cheap; a new lot of splendid Blan
kets, at prices to suit the times, and the most beau
tiful black Silk Fringe Just received; also Worsted
Fringe in all colors.
You can always be supplied with the nicest h)ress
Buttons that are to be found In the city; a large lot
of Shawls and Balmoral Skirts for the cold weather
Remember I always .have a large assortment of
Corsets, all sizes and 'prices; Knitting Cotton and
Germantown Wool In all oolors.
Call and get a suit of clothes off of our Charlottes
ville Cassimeres that you can't wear out; also Just
received a large lot of the splendid Regina Um
brellas. My stock of Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and
Caps always complete and at prices to suit the
T. L. 8EIGLE.
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
LADIES' CLOAK C
Tn fc G R 1S A T E 8 T BARGAIN
HE GREATEST BARGAI NO
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HS BVKDEED CHOICE LADIES' CLOAK O-
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TVBt RECEIVED BT EXPEESQ :
O PST KECEIYED BI EXPBESO,
: Which will be sold without reserve, at sacrl- :
'flclng prices. ' Dont fall to come and look at :
i5 WIlG RXDUCTtOIf of FORMER PRICE Q
pWpSq tUqtlON pItFORMERPRICEO
, 'itiffl IS YOUR CHANCTT
JM OW 13 YOUR CHANCXU
TO BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GlfTP
0 BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRKTMAS GIF A
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Hfif'!' k;Xms ' ? H. MORRIS & BROS.
V tiji, -a -'t: -i H, MORRIS fcBROS.
For the Observer.
The Fairy of the Sparkling Bprlag.
BY OLD FAKUEIL.
Let the bards all sing of their sparkling spring, I
sing of the one by the lake,
Where the fairies all meet at twilight so sweet,strew-
ing no were around its base;
In whose banquets is seen a fair maiden queen
presiding with regal grace,
Whoss Image, they say, is seen In the spray, oh!
would you could see her face.
All night she sings by the sparkling springs In her
silvery voice so clear,
Wafting gently the leaves that mellows the breeze
as it floats o'er valley and lake;
Oh! would you and her, to wander, my dear, where
sweetest of sounds enraptured the ear
As its soft cadence breaks In the heart It awakes
thrills sweeter than goddess can make.
How I love In the e'en with my pretty colleen to trip
from the springs to the lake,
And sigh for the queen that so seldom Is seen tho
she glides thro' the valley in state;
'TIs said of this queen, and the fact I would ween,
If a draught from her hand you may take,
From her silver tureen 'of Its sparkling sheen the
lost flower of our youth would create.
Then say not farewell to the pleasures that dwell
around this proud city of late;
But drink from the fount at the base of the mount
a draught of iti water so pure;
And linger awhile where her sweetest smile by the
flush on whose cheek you may .trace;
Whose fond melting eye like the purest blue sky
the sternest of hearts would allure.
Then hie to the spring that pleasures can bring;
let the Joy of your heart now awake.
And feast on the scenes that here daily convenes
both of beauty, and talent, and grace;
There mingle awhile till some maiden's soft smile
your heart's fondest vision elates.
And bless the good queen of the silver tureen who
has made this so famous a place.
Wife of his buzzum: "Was that the kiss of
dooty or kiss of affection, Mr. Bodger?" Mr Bod
ger: "I decline to answer that question."
Joaquin Miller was once a Judge In Oregon. His
library consisted of a copy of Blackstone and two
If any young man with a new gun has any objec
tion to shooting his sister, let him now speak, or
ever after hold his piece In some other direction.
A man in this town froze the bottoms of his feet
lately, and as he held them to the stove he remark
ed: "Two soles with but a single thaw out"
A fellow In the Michigan State prison, under sen
tence for life, has earned 81, 200 by working over
time. He has petitioned for a pardon, or at least a
"vacation," that he may have a good time spend
ing the money.
The mayor of a Georgia town, so new that It had
no lockup, had two prisoners put under a wagon
bed turned upside down on the ground, and a cot
ton bale placed on It to hold it down.
Judge J. A. Williams, of Pine Bluff, read "Betsy
and I are Out" to a couple suing for divorce, and
the suit was withdrawn, and the parties went home
together happy as two June-bugs on a pea-vine
The Greatest British Actor.
London Correspondence Baltimore Sun.
In London, about the 30th inst, we
shall have a dramatic treat rarely if
ever seen in this or any other country.
Mr. Irving proposes to play "Hamlet,"
and to this end has secured the best
dramatic company in Europe, and has
arranged for the most superb scenery
and stage appointments ever beheld in
England. The prices to the theatre
have been increased to a scale equal
with the opera charges, and though
"hard times is the universal cry, Mr.
Irving has hopes of a fat treasury fol
lowing a fine performance. Mr. Irving's
"Hamlet" is one evolved out of his own
mind, and is a masterpiece of art with
all the vigorous spirit of Shakesperian
drawing. Irving's "Hamlet" has not
the stereotyped mannerisms and ''stagi
ness" which too often conound elocu
tion with acting and acting with buf
foonery. Splendid voices that can with
blank verse "make the rafters roll," and
with vigorous shouts turn the poetic ear
into painful agitation by terrible tim
pano sounds, are not all the prerequi
sites of an actor though many seem
to think they are and particularly in
the character of "Hamlet." To see and
study this character, that has been the
test of theatrical ages and artists for
all time, since the days of its author, it
must be viewed and studied as a whole
when rendered by Mr. Irving. "VVe are
too apt to select bits of a part to esti
mate the entire. The impersonation in
its continuity and consistency is lost if
we simply dwell on less than the whole.
The soliloquies, which are not speeches',
but the outpourings, the thinking aloud
of a mind seeking relief in words, are
too often made the chief features by
most actors, and all else seems dwarfed
besides the "spouting." I have seen
nearly all the great actors of this age
in the caracter of "Hamlet," and none
seem to have given the thought to this
feature of the weird and eccentric
Dane's ways more artistically than Ir
ving. The thinking aloud in that so
ltfoquy of "O that this too solid flesh
would melt !" a moment that forcibly
shows the mental and the heart nature
of the sorrowed Prince Mr. Irving
treats in a manner unequaled in the
history of the British stage. Natural
and easy, sometimes sitting down, some
times standing and walking about,but all
the time speaking to himself, and not
shouting to the gallerv pre-eminently
natural and particularly original. None
of the old stagy jerks, jumps and sur
prises that we all have witnessed in the
preliminaries of the "ghost scene" indi
cated by Horatio, are indulged by Ir
ving. He exhibits an abstractedness
and quiet the manner of a man wrap
ped up in his own sad thoughts so thor
oughly that the question, "Saw whom V"
comes softly and feelingly only. As
tonishment and incredulity are hand-in-hand
with deep-sorrowed thought.
Mr. Irving's reading is his own adher
ence to the author's text and his own
conception of the character. For ex
ample, he does not finish the act with
the ordinary declamatory couplet of
"The times are out of jointl O cursed spite
That ever I was bom to set them right,"
but he continues, "Come, let us go to
gether," and leaves tlje stage with fal
tering step, glancing fearfully toward
the plaee which was occupied by the
ghost. In this prostration, and an in
dication of being unnerved and a de
sire of sympathy from his friends, are
prominently manifest. How many ac
tors treat this part in a fury fearful to
behold! I have an objection to Mr.
Irving's mouthing pronunciation. It is
the only unreal feature of his talent.
In the rehearsal I have just witnessed
I notice less of this than heretofore.
Tax on Tobacco.
Washington Repn bllcan.
A statement from the internal reve
nue office shows a loss from the tax on
tobacco for the month of December, as
compared with the corresponding month
of 1877, of $4P,315, which is attributed
to the agitation of the tobacco tax ques
tion. Although there was a decrease in
December, the books show a net gain
on the first six months of the present
fiscal year of $922,470, as compared with
the first six montlxs of the previous fis
cal year. '
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
Ins Syrup has been used for children. It corrects
vf!itv nf the stomach, relieves wind colic regulate
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising from teeming or omer causer, au via am
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
DEATH BY THE AX
A Case of Thrilling Interest which H:s Just Come
Before the Georgia Courts.
ISpecial to the Louisville Ckmrier-JoumaL
Jonesboro, Ga., January A case
of thrilling interest has just come into
the Georgia courts, involving a most
horrible murder. In the edge of Clay
ton county there lived a widow over
eighty years of age by the name of Far
mer, well-to-do and highly respectable.
With her resided two daughters, both
unmarried. On the 13th day of last Oc
tober two men who were working in a
field near her house came into the yard
at about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and
went to the well to get some water. As
they passed the house, the old lady, a
perfect picture of peace and content
ment, was sitting in the door enjoying
the sunshine, and knitting. They had
hardly been in the field an hour when
and saw smoke ascending in the direc
tion of the house. They harried to the
scene as rapidly as possible, and found
the house in flames. Bursting open the
door, they found, to their horror, the
body of the old lady prostrate upon the
floor, her skull being crushed in, pools
of blood settled about her head, and a
bloody ax lying near. A glance sufficed
to show that she was dead, and had been
murdered. Several chests and trunks
in the room had been rifled and their
contents scattered over the floor. There
was no living person about the premises,
except the youngest daughter, who was
screaming in a frantic way for help.
Upon being questioned, she stated that
she had been away from home for an
hour or two, and upon returning found
the house in flames, her mother mur
dered and her sister missing. A num
ber of neighbors having arrived by that
time, a search was instituted for the
missing girl. In a short time she was
discovered on the edge of a thick, swam
py grove, near the house. She was
LYING UPON HER FACE, UNCONSCIOUS,
with a horrible wound, evidently made
by a hatchet, on the back of her head.
She was carried to the house and was
soon able to talk, but could give no in
telligible account of what had hap
pened. The excitement was intense, and Mr.
Murphy, an Atlanta detective, was at
once sent for and put to work. There
was no apparent clew, and suspicion
went wild. In a day or two Mr. Murphy,
to the amazement of the community,
arrested as the murderess Julia John
son, an elderly and hitherto respectable
colored woman. He brought into court
a chain of circumstantial evidence that
was almost convincing. It appears that
the day after the murder this woman
went to Atlanta and spent in shopping
an amount of money, for the possession
of which she could not account, and the
amount of which very nearly tallied
with what was known to have been
stolen from the house. There were also
found in her house some jars of sugar
and tea, identified as haying
BELONGED TO MRS. FARMER.
Not far from her cabin was found,
half buried in the woods, her dress on
which were drops of blood. Upon being
confronted with this negress, the wound
ed girl at once said that she was the
woman that struck her. She said she
was sitting in the house with her
mother when Julia Johnson entered,
ana alter talking awhile asked her to
go to the woods with her and get some
cherry bark. She consented, and when
they had reached the woods was walk
ing in front of the negress. Suddenly
she had a confused idea of having been
struck with some sharp instrument, and
thereafter remembers nothing. The de
tective's theory is that after having in
ENTICED THE DAUGHTER AAV AY,
and, as she supposed, murdered her, Ju
lia returned, murdered the old lady and
robbed the house. Upon these proofs
being made, arrangements were made
to lynch the prisoner, it being proposed
to taKe ner rrom the tram at the next
station, as she was en route to Atlanta,
and hang her. This plan was frustrated
by Solicitor Hill, who instructed the
conductor to pass the station without
The husband of the woman and her
friends insist upon her innocence, and
have engaged able lawyers to defend
her. They have a strong theory of de-
iense, ana claim to be able to put the ,
guilt where it belongs. Altogether the !
case will be acelebrated one in Georgia's
Beheaded at Prayers.
Newburyport (Mars.') Telegram In Chicago Times.
Hamlet refrained from killing his
mother's husband while the latter was
on his knees, but Mrs. John S. Caldwell
oilSouth Jsyfaeld, had no such scruples
when this morning she decapitated her
husband with an ax. Mr. Caldwell was
kneeling at a chair offering his morning
devotions, the only other person in the
house being his sister-in-law, who was
in the same aevout posture, wnen Mrs.
Caldwell stealthily entered the room,
and snatching up an ax. which her hus
band had brought into the room the
night before, dealt him a blow on the
back; ot his necK, wnicn neany severea
his head from his body. Death was in
stantaneous, and the soul of the suppli
ant followed the half-uttered prayer to
the other world. The terrible deen
done, the woman went to a neighbor s
house and told him to go over, as she
had struck her husband and might have
killed him. He had threatened, she
said, to kill her. Mrs. Caldwell exhib
ited not the least sign of emotion, and
talked unconcernedly about the dread
ful thing she had done. The sad intel
ligence quickly spread throughout the
little village, and great excitement still
prevails throughout the surrounding
country. Mr. Caldwell was an intelli
gent farmer of about 45 years, in easy
circumstances, and both he and his wife
are respectable members of the Ortho
dox church. For the past two years
the wife had beed partially deranged, 0
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mucn so uiai ner sisier nau ueeu sent
for to keep watch over her movements.
There was nothing but happiness in the
relations of husband and wife, and the
woman's devilish deed is universally at
tributed to insanity, pure and simple.
She is under surveillance, and will be
sent to an insane asylum. This peace
ful community has not been so horri
fied for years.
Every Moment's Wonderful Work.
Every moment that we live the work of destruc
tion never ceases among what Is scientifically call
ed "the tissues" of which our bodies are composed.
Every moment, if we are In health, the work of re
pairing this destructive process goes on with equal
pace. When the vital force is great, more vigor Is
given to the blood and muscular fibre than the or
dinary wear and tear of existence uses up. . When
the vital force fails from any cause, there ensues a
wasting away, which if not arrested, ends In decay
and death. Physicians all declare that when these
symptoms of decline set in, the only certain reme
dy is Cod Liver OIL But their patients, with al
most equal unanimity, say that Cod Liver Oil is "bo
nasty" they cannot take It The only resource left
la to obtain Scott's Emulsion of the Oil with the
wvTwmhnsnhites of Lime and Soda. This is alto
gether free from disagreeable taste and odor, and:
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Contemplating at an early day to make a change
favorable circumstances, I have concluded to re
selected out of my stock various complete lines,
any sacrifice it may be to roe, and consumers will
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that they will In this Instance come to the conclu
but cheap enough to lay up for next winter. As
day's paper, I beg the reading public to look dally
of special lines on special days.
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I would urge those owing me and desirous of
UST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
C L O A K S ,
And fine Fancy HOSIERY, at the lowest possible
J.) E VENUE SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. i
Collector's Office, 6th District, North Carolina,
Statesvllle, December 12th, 1878. )
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenne Laws, on Thursday, December 12th, '78:
One wagon, two mules and harness, and three bar-"
rels whiskey, owner unknown.
Notice Is hereby given to the owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
me at my office in statesvllle, ana make claim
thereto before the expiration ot thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. J. J. mutt,
decl4 oaw 4w Collector.
"OTICE OF SEIZURE.
U. S. INTERNAL- REVENUE, 1
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina. V
Statesvllle, N. C, December 26th, 1878. )
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December 27th, '78:
O. Tnnlpa And 1 wnwin and harness, one barrel of
whiskey, the property of W. F Burns.
Notice is hereby given to the owner or claimants,
of the above described property to appear before
me -at my office in Statesvllle, and make claim
thereto before the expiration of thirty days from
date hereof, or the same will be forfeited to the
United States. J. J. MOTT,
J. G. Young, Collector.
)anl 4w oaw
FRONT ROOM over McAden's drug store to let
for the present yew. D.P.HUTCHISON.
Two S-Toom cottages; one on corner of College
and Fourth streets, the other on the corner of
Church and Fourth streets. - '
; J AS. H. CARSON. ,j
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keeping up their cre ilt, to call and settle.
L O T H I N G!
W. KAUFMAN CO'S.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S, i
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as It will be to your interest, and
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN & CO.,
springs uorner, cnanooe. n. .
In consequence of the reduction in the price of
the original cost of materials, and In order to give
my patrons the benefit of the reduction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken at my
J.H. VAN NESS
R. A. W. ALEXANDER, .
OFFICE OVER L. R. WRISTON CO'S ;
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desirous to commence the new firm under the most
done only by offering great Inducements, I have
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IMPORTANT TO.PAREN C
Important to paren o.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
AT NEW YORK COST.
A BIG STOCK
ON HAND Or
SUITS, FINE DRESS
SUITS, YOUTH'S SUITS
OVERCOATS AT CLOSING PRICES. '
In fact wwttt self oureotnDlete stock now
at such low ratea-that It ta within reach of, every
person, uespecuuuy, .
L. BttWAH(jK UtHAy .
floe Clothiers and Tailors.
N. "B. We are sellimra fine White Linen Bosom
Shirt, laundried and ready for wear, for the low
pnceoi$l-UU ' ' : . i ii. .
" Pot A&n ChariotteCIty ,Ml
Partiesllavlnggramtoglndr to- sell-wlljr find
It to their Interest to call on the undersigned; Heal
ground either fine or coarse, according to orders r
Thankful tor lonnei;paHWia,T.llveiny
prompt personal attention, to . all, jprden , fron) one
bushel te a ear load . . uhbrt tt GbaHAM; J
!; mini Superintendent
-piRJESH ARRTTALa ALKjWANJPED.
id boxes tascrted-CieBi.bJxeflholee Oys
ter Crackers. 5 boxes Fjumlj Washing 8oap, largest
10c bars in the City. ' . jl fv-"wW"
' Also 1 fine Milch Com and-one jnedlure quail
600 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED, ;';ri
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