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fiiut been thoroughly supplied wilh eufrv Jdl.:
IO0U, and totA Laied Style ofDpe, and wry . , .
maimer ooe Wor em now e oo with nmtneu. -and
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PAJIPSLSTS,' CntCULAES, CHECKS, 40S
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buying purasola and' Sua Umbrellas.
the best assortment at the lowest prices at
Xber will also Ond other goods to salt them upon
wUlcH ther can sate money. Our stock of Fancy
s l)0W complete, among which majj be found a
tull suppi of House Furnlsnlng Cooda, Sheeting
and Pillow Casings In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask to White, Sate'lteaiml TeDowl
Napkins, Doylaa and toweto'ln err Vartetr; Calf
pets, Bugs, MaftlngSBJidOfl 'Clotiw.' '
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large1,
and will be found yery cheap. 80 will our stock of
HOSIERY. LOVE8. HAKDHEECtaEFS, COB-;
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
:l '. ., . - - .
I A I '
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric' Band'
kerchief and. 82, Sun Umbrellas. ,Toa wlfllflnd
them cheap, and everything else tn" proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
WHOLESAt ykND KfSl&J
ALL KIND8 OF
A Fun Line of
CHEA? BEDSTEADS 1
CHEAP BEDSTEADS (
PARLOB AND CHAMFER BUTTS!
PARLOS AND CHAMPKB SUITS !
ry COFFINS ol all ktods on hand. -43
CT" COFFINS of aH kinds on hnd.Cf :
No, 5 Wwrr Tradi Stkiht.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
fS Ladlss' and GenUemen'i BurlaT Bobes-
fine supply. ' ' '' -
tF H 2WtC?J!LI! a r,S .-.Er.xm.ff
fit 'HTi:I..!'-Mt '
t t ' t k i tl.
.-tin. i-.. . . i .". ..
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M Sock la very Lar, f and embfW :
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P4hLOR,mAlABEK DININa BOQr 'tjtV
f.-f r r Kf -I rr
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All Goods Packed Free ofChargr
TO THE PEOPLE.
We -wish to eall apeclal attention to oar new ant
ral of .
fat Linen Cambrlea, Linen Lawns, White French
We Invite attention to our stock of Swiss Kdrinm
and lnsertlnars. the handaoniMt trnda in thA mu.
ket Also a full stock Hambura Eddrum and
InaerUngs, and Insertlngs In white and colors; Lin-
nl Cuffs and CollAra. ILmM "Rlha T JUW T.inn anil
uoni xau tor look as oafUgurtd Lawns and Qt
candles. . Our stock of Gloves Is complete In every
Dne Long Lace GWves a afttta.inaU colors.
Harris and Josephine seamless Kids. Also a good
variety-ef eheapei' branda. Ladies 'ParaaoU taaQ
the new styles of the season. Umbrellas in Ging
ham. Kegenw and Silk. - Itemember, we keep the
handsomest stock of
In the market Our stock of domestic goods la com
Dlete In everr branch.and ihinmr than tat. Third
stock of Isles' Hats Jus arrtredj aM a seconit
io. 01 uswr owaw ttam. ixm'1 lorget we nave
the cheapest stock of Shirts, laundrled and unlaunw
dried. In the City. Be sure and examine oar stock
of Gents' Furolshmgi Goods and Charlottesrllle:
uassi meres, ine newest styles out A good assort
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Orders- promptly filled.
Boots, Shoes, &c.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon W, Charlotte, N. a
April 22 . . .
BULE THE DAT.
Dally throng the
CHEAP STOBE OF '
H. MORRIS & BRO'S.
MenBest Flannel Suits, only $12,00
Beartfol light Casslmere Pants, $2.50, 3.50, 460
White Fancy pique', 8, 10 and 12 eta. per yard;'
Beautiful Lawns, 10 and 12ft " "
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard.
Hamburg Edging, all widths, 8 to 25c per yard.
Two-button Kid Gloves, alf shades, feOci, 75c and
$1.00 per pair.
Beautiful Dress Banting, worth 25c., for 15 cents
per yard. '
Yard Wide good Bleaching, ory 8c. per yard. ' 1
Best Calicos, all grades; billy 6" cents per yard.
It will pay anybody to Inspect our Goods and
prices, as we claim to be the leading low price
house In Charlotte: ; I '
Just received, a beautiful line of
gfrom im Centa foS3.
Also, a fun line of
And Ladles' Underwear, at immense bargains.
rw unmsnMM. T
W. KAUFMAN ft'
We have made the experiment or purchasing a
stock eo complete as to include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Bey's and Children's
OO TTTT H
O O T H
h u irw
- i.rr' - ' -- , -. .
dines ready -40 give jbtakn fx prwes. . ery
mentwhJcb is Mid at our house Is warranted to
be as represented, and In price less than can be
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the pasr
ssarvdtheyhave gained i&e reputation of t
lnc the best in the markeiti.-'
iWe present this season to the consumer a fln
cl I 111
BootSlis and Slippers;
''ItodudllriTfcriTi the country. TWeJ
I fiae Felt. Stiff and Btraw-oaw. ana ur
ifore you examine oi atock, as the cheapest . ,
Can be had at
.it-,..'- - si--'? s'liTiV,!;! -i
. .; W. KAUFMAN M CXVS.
Cnirlotte; K. C.
Sewlig the Tares.
Baltimore Sun, 1.9th.3
A Drisoner In the nenltentlarT who heard Mr.
Moody's remarks last Sunday, retired after the dis
co arse to a cell and soon emerged with verses has-
my written in ma meantime, wnicn naa Deen sug-
Eisted by the discourse, and handed them to Mr.
oody, whorln the afternoon had them read at
Maryland Institute, as follows:
Sowing tares, when tt might have been wheat,
riucKing tne Dua 01 uie's wreatn au complete;
The night sinks down, amid darkness and fears,
While we are so cruelly sowing the tares.
Sowing the tares Vf 'inaUos imd 8pKe J i
Words of black Import Plutonian night;
We might have sowed roses amid life's sad cares,
But we turned from their beauty to sowing the tares.
Sowing the tares how dark the black sin, ,
Mingling a cone with life's sweetest hymn; '
Heeding no anguish, no piteous prayers
While we were so cruelly sowing the tares.
Sowing the tares to bring sorrow down
xnat tods 01 us eweis uie's iairest crown;
Turning to silver the once golden hairs
That grew whiter and whiter as we sowed the tares.
Sowing' the tares under cover of night; ' ' ' '
When we might have sowed Joys cheery and bright,
Ohl heart, turn to God. with renentance and prayers
And plead for forgiveness for sowing the tares.
OB8JE1U VAX IONS.
' On account of the decided manner of his spouse,
gnythesays his children are governed by ma-shall
The "extlngulshef of the five-twenties" Is the
latest title for John Sherman; but Eliza Pinks ton
continues to head her letters Dear John." .
Jeff Davis had his pocket knife sharpened the.
other day, and certain Republican journals Imme
diately declared that the South was preparing for a
When the mild spring days come, If they ever
should, look out for the showy thirty-five dollar
baby carriage pushed along the sidewalk by a be
draggled looking mother who hasn't had a square
meal all winter. New' Haven Register. -
The humorist of the Burlington Hawkeye has
made $6,000 this season on the lecture platform.
This is a good deal better than sitting In an edl
toriaLroom all night and retiring in the morning
with paste in your hair.
' When! Ben, Hill, of Georgia, congratulated Sena
tor Bell upon his admission to the Senate he said:
"You have not only triumphed over the Democratic
committee, but gained a victory over the constitu
tion as welL"
It is too outrageously bad that Congressman Con
ger was nowhere to be found when the war was go
ing on. it wouia nave Deen a mere past time witn
him todemoialize the Confederate army with one
of his Jokes. FhOadelphia Time.
We never there now don't be afraid, It Isn't
that Pinafore eat: as we were saying, we never
met with a woman yet that would yield a point
without reluctance. We overheard one remarking
10 ner nusDana an evening or two ago: My aear.
I always strive to Dlease you in everything!"
"What T said 8Jwayr?Well--sometlmes
always!" she returned, Ygnken Gazette.
It Is impossible not to be struck by the originali
ty and cleverness of the Spanish gypsies, even In
their- .-vices. , A gypsy man was recently at confes
sion sfae jday.and, while he was confessing, he
splea In the monk's habit a silver snuff box, and
stole It "Father," he said Immediately, "I accuse
myseu 01 having stolen a silver snun dox." "men,
my son. yon must certainly restore It" "Will you
have it. rourselt 'my father?" "I? Certainly not.
mr son." "The fact is." Droceeded the btdst.
"that I have offered it to the owner and be has re
fused It" "Then you can keep It with a good con
science," answerea ine miner.
COLUMBIA NEWS: LETTER.
Monument to J. W. Leckie Asylum
Brecu-&oerli0T,s Guards Medical
and Surgical Industrial Society
Contemplated Proposed Shaft to
, Timrodr-Fair Matters Ret.
H. O. Judd.
To the Editor of The Observer
Columbia, April 21, 1879. A white
marble obelisk, eight feet six inches
high, and beautiful in its chaste sim
plicity, has recently been erected to the
memory 01 J. w. AiecKie, tormer stu
dent of Davidson Coile&re. in the Pres
byterian cemetery, in this city, by his
instructors ana classmates.
, The asylum bread is of an excellent
quality and beautifully white, and is
made at the institution by an experi
enced baker. S. P. Reasoner. of Cincin
nati, Ohio, of the best flour,' !Thamp-
sons best, from isashvnie, Tenn., and
-Cream of the West," from St. Paul,
Min. Two hundred loaves of "tea"
bread is the average daily supply.
There .Will be rye ' and Graham bread
in addition hereafter.
The Governor's Guards celebrate their
anniversary on the first Wednesday in
Mav bv a parade and target match at
the fair, grounds, to conclude with a
sapper. The company now amis twice
a Week.1 on Mondays and Thursdays.'
jE. B. Turnipseed, M. D of this city.
has been appointed a delegate to the
Convocation of the American Medical
Association, which assembles shortly
in Atlanta, Ga. The doctor has receiv
ed a special letter of invitation from
the permanent secretary, Dr. Atkinson,
of Philadelphia It is understood that
he has 7 invented f more medical instru
ment than any' other surgeon in South
Carolina, and few nave been more pro
lific of inventions of this character in
the United States. Dr. T's instruments
-fare now much used by. surgeons in Eu
rope ana uanaaa; ? ; t ?
A society, after the European pattern,
for the purpose of encouraging domes
tic industries, is in contemplation. It
has been shown that a very creditable
andrmanentdisplay of homeproducts
might be secured at no expense, by con
stituting the society through itsisecre
tary an agent for tle ''exhibition.
It is earnestly hoped your efforts may
be .successful in holding a fair in Meck
lenburg county on the week preceding
that ofour State fair, as there are not
a few exhibitors here desiring to put in
for the premiums to be awarded at your
jHeriMmtod'sigve in fTriit
perrMttea lo rtejn$itt iinearecr jEor.jjne
spot fwhfH he IrestS I bearing neither
tablet nor thscrrptiori.hd -being over
grown with weeds. It is now proposed
to place svteuitafcle monument-to his
memorv dvli Mis rematnsand ft aid in
3 J. ai , -. TTi a ' - A W
raising the JpeAssary -funds isOtttend
ed to nave an amateur concert an me
evening of itbeittivBiling of 4the Confed
erate monument. sLi
Jiev. U. U. juaa, or urace cnurcn,
ji l. Trr Tffarn.H onS
corned WthiswmmunitHte zenana
the sea, who wereToth to see
him depart. Charleston's.loss in this in
Bmceis'CoittniDiagain. - x.
rW xlomwf n, Her Hah-
1 Special tq the LouIsvUlt Courier-JounialV
rnv and her manager. John Edwards,
had a row at the opera house in this
city last lilght; whidrngTiitedirr-ttig
bursting mS42 tW iWPan'fe
Pomexayjwas billed oappatin JJast
LynnerButT after having a quarrel with
Edwards, refused to eo on tiie stage. .
!Jey. i. ViaJi' .Lof S L7 Stwer-i -two; jndustiious daughters of
Charleston, the jnew, assistant rector oUptUA dew 'JrAnsa1 vlt;
Sanifeg sicrityof ose3iag
gaisea jor nuu jiusta vl wiusjh, uid x
1 The audience which was quitelarge, tt.iffht
waskistnissed at 8:30 o'clock and thtorT
money returned. The members 01 tne
troupe are without the necessary means
to take them home. Miss Pomeroy
leaves, for .New .York to-morrow, she
having canceled) the engagement jat
Hopkinsville, where she was billed to
Fridav night. The other mem-.
beitf of" the company are arranging for;
a performance by whicn tney nope 5 xor
: .a?.. .Arm w-a nntr Via4l ATnOn QOO nriTYiiV,
f iiiDQ 1 HUM' vuyii vaaawt uvww
OHXW' JACKSON JB BM8T SWEET NAVJE
An Insulting - Kepty to the Request
Made by Gov. Hampton in 1876.
Telegnuji to Hew TortCSuaj Vlis" j
Washington.' April 18rA hit of se
cret history ilmstratiye of. Grant's ire?
8pect for civil awthorities was given in
the close of Senator Randolph's speech
in the Senate tosday. After speaking
of the bad uses to whira anr 'armv can
j t 1 .!; ifiit Jiiw
oe pucwnenrit lscontrouea Dy aa ram 1 -x"
bitious man;-so drained; is, the ahriy top?'
obey orders; Baridoipijt' gaye the follow
ing niustratioTiS " ours ; be all idle
warning to a free people that 'has .felt
and-seerrth usurping .jpwec&i'OTiU it
be said, sir. that no. Jresident.of a; re
pubUo .will darei t&w& intisuse. this
lain rrom mo v. lauiyuou j,n ;i;neri;
President of the United States, request
ing him to .withdraw the troops .from
the State house of ' South Carolina, ' in
deference to: sa 'fieclsidri of the Stipreme
and highest cbiirt of that State. I urged
the importance of It wth all '. the force
of language at nify command. I tohlthe -President
that, in the judgment of emi
nent lawyers, the Governor then out of
office by the expiration of his term, bad
notlawfully invoked the assistance jof,
Pederai j power, inasmuch as he had
made no effort to convoke his Legisla
ture, though , easily , done, tancL obtain
their action on a matter so vital; that
the newly-elected Governor, desired the
attendance1 of representatives ' of the
people' atf their State house, from which
Federal bayonets, as I nrrself saWi kept
them ;' and finally, that the contest' be
ing of purely State concern, regarding
otily the claim of the State officersi and
these having been definitely Bettled by
the highest legal tribunal that could ev
er take cognizance of the case, the Su
preme Court of South Carolina, 1 hoped
the Federal forces would be promptly
withdrawn from the State capit61.,Xou
may imagine, sir, my astonishment and
indignation when, in an angry tone and
an uncivil manner, the President re
plied: '.I won't withdraw the troops. I
don't care that for the decision ox the
Supreme Court, and if I had any mes
sage to send to Gen. Hampton it would
be that his message to me is an imperti
nence.' " An impertinence, sir! for ' the Gov
ernor of a State to communicate' his
wishes, not demand his rights; ' as he
might properly have done, to the Presi
dent ot the United States! An imper
tinence, indeed 1 ' Upon what meat does
this our Csesar feed that he hath grown
so great T ' t
" No, Mr. President, we cannot make
too much haste to guard the liberties of
freemen everywhere in this broad1 land
from the chance of blotting the Pages
of our history with a xepetition! of; the
usurping act of a President less than
three years ago." ; ,
SOUTH CARoJm ITEMS,
The ' .'CkJumbia, minstrel troupe is r( -
hearsmg Pinafore. . . . . .
The Register says that up to Saturday
evening about one-half of the ' January
interest on the valid bonds! of the State
had been paid at the ti-easuref 's office. !'
SubsctUvtibhs .to ' a . considerable
amount ' have',- been ' taken up for the
relief of the sufferers by the( Walter poro
tornado. Collectkms, , .in .13" behalf
were taken up' Sunday in someof , the
churches of Columbia. Gov, Simpson
appeals to the people to aid the people
of the stricken town. '
The prize of 0100 in gold, off ered by
the Charleston Netos and Courier for
the best serial story by a South Carolina
writer, ha3 been awairded by the com
mittee, to Mrs H. Hilton Broom, of
Charleston, and the storv. "Ashurst :'or.
Tiie, Days that are.Not..will be com-i
menceq. in. we nteeKif iy ews ox tne ouui
inst .;. . , '
Collector Brayton telegraphs - from
Columbia to the commissioner Of in
ternal revenue as follows:' While the
revenue force - was f 'engaged in tiie
destruction of an illicit distillery, about
twelve miles from Spartanburg court
house,: the officers were fired upon, and:
special: Deputy $yrom wounded in tne
thigh and shoulder. ? This is the second
instance within a week that the assas
sination of the revenue officers.has been
attempted. - - - -
A Bridegroom's .hffexoaAiitack. ,
1 i "Richmond.' VasJ AnHlvlO'InfoTma?--
-non nas :,peen .piofLxjm.
saocjuug i tragus t jfifuiKU WKiureucUJT,
aay ; iiear: ratronviiiej "Bcoh county;
wasjiroarjied . $0 iMis8r-,lwe.?H)ker
three weeks ago,' and after a: pleasant
honeynioM' he Suddenly grtyf despjtJttd
ent. This morhinig.whue his, Wife Was
in the sitting-room lat work on some
fancy embrOidefy,1 hel cme iH;f With un
axe upised;! anat4'lA teific blow
split her head, open.: ,A: servant, hear
ing the noise, rushed into the room, but
the fatal deed was.jione. The "mur
derer at once gave himself . up. and , put
in a olea of insanitr. 1 He talked about
the bloody crime in the most indiffer-
enc .mannqr,. : jus,, samwi me aeputy
constable i 1 1 Yes, 1 split her skull open,
but wnars mat r - An inquest is now
lover thefentire eommunity where it
1 Lady Drnmmer
OyMhhurgKewB.3 ( .
A few days ; ago- the merchants of
Abingdom were waited upon by a lady
rtnimmpr rthn first in tfift niatorv of thft
WorldTtepf esenting a large cotioh mill
owhediibyaAlrs.) Patterson and -Mrs.
Rsaias: tnatusne ;vunaersiana8aii xne
way or aaaressmg ine mercnanisw.np,
are inclined, to refuse the inducements
he offers iu! cotton texturesi nan n
i -. . it. t :) i .. .. f' .
The Stalwart Freeware. - :
y rWash. (toBaItlmoTe?Su
For a week past a stream of stalwart
Republicans of both-houses has poured
into the White-;; House 'daily, and if
common report is to be accepted, this
oncerted -r movement on theuWhite
i ' I House ,is inspired by the fears of; the
lstatilienta' that: tePreslden is gpiug.,
Democrats. Some of them have come
away and professed, whether 1 they
really feel soorTiot,-that:they are
entirely sausueu uie xrresment is ail
' Katloaal Sarglcal iBstllsie. .
Two of the surgeonsof thls'notabreTnBltate will'
visit Charlotte, ;N. &, fay 15th' and 16th, 1879,'
stopping at the Charlotte Hotel They will have
with them a fine outfit of biaoes and surgical ap
pliances, and will be prepared to treat all kinds of
Deformities "and Chronic Diseases, such as Quh
Feet,' Hip Disease, Paralysis,? Special;) Diseases.
Piles.- and Fistula. 1 Catarrh. f Private Diseases.
Diseases of the Eye, Ac. For fuU, particularsad4
lTlfll t T. CTTD i"r A T . TVOTI'HIHWM .
aprl3d4t w4w Atlanta, Ga '
CLOTHED IN EBY CONGErOLBLE
April 6, 1870.
COME AND SEE 1 BEFdRE BUYING
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city. Remember that we are the rulers in 5ST Low Prices for Fine Clothing.
April 22, 1679.
! SECOND STOCK.
; SECOND STOCK.
ELECTION NOTICE .
Notice is hereby given that an election will be
held on the first Monday in May, (being the 5th
day of the month), 1879, at the usual polling
places in the several wards ot tne city oi unanone,
for Mayor and a Board of Aldermen for said city,
Ward No. 1 Registrar, John L Elms. ; i
Inspectors Dr. It M. Orr, S. M. Howell, A. E.
Gray.: . : '-m: .
Ward No. 2 Registrar, H. B. Wullams. '
Inspectors John L. Morehead, Dr.. William
Sloan, A. B. Davidson. , ,'!"..!
WardNo. 8 Registrar, B. P. Boyd.-
Inspectors R. M Gates, J. H. Carson, M. A,
'Ward No. 4 Registrar, B. F, Waring.
Inspectors J. T. Bryce, Bufus .Bairlnger, R. B,
Alexander. . -r . ' '-t.r
j o M. E. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
I UH-i; !- " ' ' '2B. R. SMITHv.Mayor. -)..;.
. March 28, 1870itde.;: --.:;,' ,, i
UNDERTAKING . ;jU';'; 'i!
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The undersigned is now prepared to fin all orders
for every clan of Undertaking. :
full assortment of
Having on hand a
COFFINS,. CASKETS AND! BURIAL CASES,
' - Both Wood and Meiatle. -' ;- -
, ;, pbicbs: as low as aht.
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Furnltare ot every Description Repaired at sher
With X. G. Rogers, Txads Street
T -fi it
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