She ljar!btte bstriier;
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firttavKittioti rates : J
Oaav. o' Veur (i!) advance. .1 .$8 00
Six Month ......... 00
tut Mouth 2 00
O m Month .v. , 175
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Bat been thoroughly mmUeS with every
wanAmdwOA M iififbioJVj, and
mmht of Job Work eon not of oom whA dm
WEEKLY EDITION ;
nonce. - -t , ' 4
TAGS. RECEIPTS FOSTERS,
' psoejEiiOfxs; bakd-billp,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CSECKS, dC.
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CHARLOTTE, N. 0., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1879.
Ladles buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
li.iU the best assortment at the lowest prices. at
ELI AS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
which they can save money. Our stock of Fancy
and Staple ' '
is now complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow Casings In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask In White, Slate, Bed and Yellow;
Napkins. Doylas and Towels In every variety Car
pets, Rugs. Mattings and Oil Cloths. j (
.our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
vind will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSIERY. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS, COR
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand
i,ow.hiAf and 2 Sun Umbrellas. You will find
them cheap, and everything else In propoitlbn.
Call and see us. It will pay you. ;
oo&st QlrfhixiQ, Set
We have Just received per express some hand
some Lace striped
In Black. Drab and Cream colors. Also
In morale patterns. Don't fall to look at our
Black and Colored Silks, Summer Silks, Silk Gren
adines in stripes and Brocades. 1 second stock of
White and Colored Linen Lawns,
est stock of
In the market Also a second stock of Lace and
Lisle Gloves and Mitts, in all colors.
Orders promptly filled.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
RIDLEY A SONS' NEW YORK CELEBRATED
5 CENT COUNTER
H. MORRIS & BRO'S.
Editor aid Poet.
; Chicago Tribune.
'Twas a man wrapped In an ample cloak,
Poetic in his mien,
That went into the office of
An English magazine.
He gave unto the editor
A paper closely writ:
"I would onto your Judgment, sir,
A poemlet submit;
Pray read it carefully and say
- What that you think of It"
Slowly the editor read It through;
On his brow an angry flush
There came, as he soliloquized
About "hogwash," "rot1' and "slush."
And he gave back the manuscript
Unto the bard, and said:
"That ballad is the very worst
That I have ever read.
"If I such trash as that should dare
Print In my magazine,
Then men would call me a three-ply ass
And they would be-right, I ween.
"So, sirrah, take thee a Stout sawhorse,
Thereto a bucksaw good;
Thy poesy it is n. g.,
Thy line Is sawing wood."
When that the poet heard these words
He 'gun to fume and fidget.
And he said unto the editor,
"Thou art a howling idjet"
"Read o'er that ballad again, sirrah,
Read o'er that ballad again,
And then thy candid opinion give
My name is Alfred Ten . '
"The heaven you say!" cried the editor,
Astonished; then he said,
"That poem Is the finest thing
That I have ever read.
"It shall appear this very month,"
And, kneeling on the ground,
He gave the Laureate a check
ARTICLES SOLD FOR
James Gordon Bennett's winnings on Parole are
reported at $130,000.
The English journals are filled with sad prophe
cies of coming revolution.
'And on her lover's arm she leant,
And round her waist she felt it fold,"
And down the dusty street they went
Where soda and Ice-cream are sold.
The youngest theatrical manager In the world is
Charles Matthews, who manages Haveriy's theatre
In Chicago. He has not attained his majority, but
has been connected with theatres in different
capacities since boyhood.
The following appears in a Boston paper:
"Wanted A reliable coachman; must not be un
der 60 years of age; a lame, one-eyed homely man
preferred. Must be a good careful driver. A wife
and children no objection. No young bachelor
You never can calculate on women. A Berlin
prima donna refused to sing recently because
there was too much dust in the house. And in
California a prima donna recently declined to sing
because there was not enough "dust" In the
No matter what the West Virginia laws say, we
nnummA that church festivals will be running
"double turn" (as they remark in the mills) when
ever four thousand per cent ean be made on straw
berries and sky-blue milk. Wheeling Simday
Miss Mary Anderson is a doomed girt. The
moment she allowed the world to know that she
had $80,000 ahead It became simply a question
as to wnai masculine uibumiuou bihj buuuiu w
dow. There is no escape. An actiess with $80,
000 has to forswear lap-dogs and poodles and keep
A philosopher says: "Have you enemies? Go
on and mind them not" That's a capital plan,
Astrraiallv if the enemv is iareer. and is patiently
waiting behind the fence with a big club to discuss
the matter with you. Better yet Go around.
A young woman who had never learned the gen
tle art of cookery, being desirlous of impressing
her husband with her knowledge and diligence,
manages to have the kitenen auor ajar on u uaj
after their return from the bridal trip, and iust as
her lord comes in from the office exclaims loudly:
"Hurry up, Eliza, do! Haven't you washed the
lettuce yet? Here, give it to me; where'sthe
Grtaf that kills Is very rare, but a Frenchman
named Count, residing to Paterson, N. J., died the
nthnr dav. and death was shown before a coroners
jury to have been caused by thrombosis, or coagu
lation of the blood, which the physicians thought
was the direct result of excessive grief. The de
ceased had just lost a child to whom he was
i,r,.; . STATE SEWS. '
United States Court in session in Wil
mington, i '
They are making counterfeit money
in Johnston county.
The "Wilmington Sun announces that
a man in that town has invented a ma
chine to lick stamps for use in post
Dossey Battle, EsqW editor of the Tar
bom Southerner, has been invited to"
deliver the memorial address' at Golds-
boro, and has accepted, the invitation.
Dr. J. C. Walker, superintendent of
hpAlt.h. Dr. T. F. Wood, secretary of the
State board of health, and Dr. W. G.
Curtis, quarantine; physician left the
nort of Wilmincton for Atlanta on
Mondav. to attend the convention of
the American Medical Association.
WUfeingtoii Sun: The widow of Al
len Denton, colored, gaveTa festival at
the City Hall, one night last week, for
the purpose of raising funds to erect a
monument ;over her husband's grave.
A number ofj relatives and intimate ac
quaintances attendeoVyet the affair was
not sufficiently appreciated by outsiders
to mate it a success.
The Goldsboro Messenger states that
Jesse Davis has been re-sentenced to be
hung at Smithfield, Johnston county,
on the 18th of June. This was a case
of rape committed by a colored man on
a -white woman, removed from Frank
lin county, which was tried at the last
term of Johnston court. The case was
carried to the Supreme Court, the judg
ment below being amrmea. .
The Goldsboro Messenaer says: From
Tuesday night, April 29th, ,to Friday
night, May 2d, the Wilmington and
Weldon Railroad shinned from this
place 2,225 boxes of early peas, and also
871 boxes received from points on the
Atlantic road. makin2 a total of 3,096
boxes shipped by that road during the
three days mentioned. In addition to
this, we learn that about 1,200 boxes
were carried by the Norfolk steamers
from Newborn ito Norfolk. This gives
the reader some idea of the extent of the
trucking business in this section of the
State. Only 88 boxes of peas were
shipped by express from this place since
our last issue, of which 56 went to New
York. 13 to Philadelphia, and 19 to
In the early part of every season there Is a natural desire to know what are the newest, latest and most fashionable styles, and also who are recognlzea
as standard authority in the fashionable world. Our relations to, and dealings with the rbu our house, will assure u tii'
telligeitf readers fiat the tnfomatlra
Several changes have taken place, both to shape and pattern, of fabrics 1b Men's Garments, of which special mention will be made. The latest de-
mand In Spring Garments Is our new . . 1 " ' ' --v
; WEST END SACK.
It has many admirers among those who prefer new shapes and Ideas Instead of adhering to the old time -worn styles of the past very stylish In appear
ance and cut from Cheviots of the newest designs. - v.;
Our St Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three or four buttons, front cut a trifle longer, giving It a neai and graceful arpes ranee, are mede up in every variety
of Spring textures.
THE PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
In shape and style retains Its hold In popular favor. Its length .is a little longer than last season, and it is one oi tne most usenu among me gar
merits of gentleman's, wardrobe ni mniFij m VrM'ratin, Gnmittw and various patterns of English Worsteds.
Out Pants stock Is complete, with every novelty to fabrics, and the shapes are perfect. In our Hat department we Invite the Inspection of the most cul
tivated tastes, and In fine Felts and Straw Goods we are confident of universal approval.
Our Neck Wear assortment Is almost unlimited lndevlcef shades arid styles, bat boaste particularly upon the very recent introduction of toe Univer
sity Scarf. Unique and very elegant
In White Vests we have a State reputation, and we will only assert "progress" in this season's selections. Our efforts have been to place upon our
counters only reliable and standard goods, and to the rapid Increase Of our business we are assured of the public's appreciation.
We Invite the attention of all, both far and near, and theif advantages will be the same, for we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of Inspection before payment of bill. . ; . f , ,
April 27,1879. (. en u.y, E. D. LATTA & BUCK, The People's Clothfcirsv
COME AND SEE BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE
ILL WOOL llttlflOT SUITS FOR S7.50.
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1879.
Remember that we are the rulers in $W Low Prices for Fine Clothing. .
L. BERW ANGER & BROn Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
IW COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 Wrarr Tradk Sthket.
' "' I
CHARLOTTE. N.G ,
IW Lades' and GentteTnett Burial Robes-a
WORTH 25 CENTS.
Useful in every househotd and needed by every
Don't fail to call and see those wonderful
Although all cotton goods have advanced by the
late rise of cotton, we are still selling all our
at reduced rates. We invite everybody to inspect
our large stock of '
SHOES, HATS, &C.
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H. MORRIS & BROS.
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R. G. ROGERS' WAREB0OMS,
Next to Posromcf.
Mr Stock is very Lar'.l imd embraces a Full Une of
PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
' If. .
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GT All Goods Packed Free .Charge '
Capt Daniel S. Cherry, a prominent
citizen of Norfolk, died Friday last
The painting of the scenery of the
new theatre at Staunton, has been
awarded to Goerge Welsh, of Balti
more. The Lexington Presbytery has li
censed Rev. James R. Smith, a son of
Gen. Francis Smith, of the Virginia
Military Institute, to preach.
The freights on the Virginia Midland
Railroad have increased considerably
of late, and the entire capacity of the
road is taxed to accommodate the busi
The sales of tobacco stamps at Rich
mond, Thursday, aggregated $200,000;
at Lynchburg, $181,000; at Danville,
$100,000. From Lynchburg over 1,000,
000 pounds of manufactured tobacco
were shipped Thursday.
Kenny, the "colored man sent to the
Virginia penitentiary for marrying a
white woman, has signed the necessary
papers for an application for a writ of
habeas corpus, upon me auvive ui me
United States district attorney. The
ground for the application is that the
conviction of the parties in the
State court is illegal, and that they,
having been declared under the sanc
tion of the laws of the United States to
be lawfully man and wife in the Dis
trict of Columbia, the marriage is-valid
everywhere; and that Under the recent
amendment to the constitution of the
United States, the act oi the legisla
ture of Virginia forbidding the ' inter
marriage of a colored man and a white
woman, and vice versa, is unconstitu
tional and void.
A Letter from Geo. Sherman
Charleston News and Courier.
Headquarters Army of the U- S.,
WASHINGTON u. u., juay 2, loiV. )
To the Editor o f the News and Cou
rier: Either you, or some personal
friend unknown to me, has sent me a
corjv of vour narjer of April 28. contain
ing the notice of the death of the Hon.
James Simons, with your editorial no
tice of his life and character.
I am pleased to realize that in his life
time he construed me as one of his ad
mirers and friends, and now that he has
gone from earth I beg to be construed
as uniting with you in mourning his
death, and pointing to his many virtues
as worthy the imitation of the growing
Mv annnaintance with him beean in
1842, and has been kept up by letters
and personal intercourse ever since. He
always seemed to me the type of an ac
complished gentleman, handsome m
person, dignihed in manners, and classi
cal in letters and conversation. His
death is not only a loss to the commu
nity in which he passea nis wnoie lite,
but to the country at large: for I have
reason to believe that his thoughts and
feelings were not limited to Charleston
Neck, but reached the uttermost boun
daries of this great country and the
As you well describe, he inherited a
name associated with the events which
brought forth a new nation, maintained
its honor and dignity to the end, and
has left a family to prolong it to the
end of time.
I beer vou will4 convey to his widow
and children the knowledge that I, in
common with many who reside beyond
the boundaries of his State, knew Gen.
Simons, respected him. yea, loved him
as strangers to his household might,
and will ever rejoice to hear or new
honors gained by those to whom he con
signed so iair a tame.
With respect, yours truly,
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OTHESSEE apfr IP
Via Steamers to Portismouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points bouth and boutnwest.
NO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSE3, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Sealoard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Throuth Bills of Lading Issued at Sfcamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, c, appiy ro euner oi ine uuuemipicu.
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITH, Agent C. C Railway, Charlotte, N. C.
AorU30 d5m F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent, )
We have this day added to our stock a splendid
line of Buntings in
T.ie Mess Which One Editor Made in Trying
W. KAUFMAN. CO.
wr ..L.Ii.ti,. sTnArimentof Durchaslng a
stokmpleteas to taS the latest novelties
toMen'8, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
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We Invite public Inspection, and Ware at aU
times ready, togive QtwtaaoDM oi .P
rmenvwbicn is sow a wur uu .WMniw
as represented, and in price less than can be
bought elsewhere.; we continue w wju
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
Sneak thieves are driving a lively
business in Charleston.
The child of a colored preaeher, by
tii name of Burns, was Durnea 10
death near Acton last Friday morning.
Hon. Jefferson Davis has written an
exceedingly graceful letter,, declining,
with thanks and regrets, an invitation
n attemri the unveilinffof the Confeder
ate monument at Columbia on the 13th.
A correspondent in Walterborough,
describing the recent cyclone there,
cited, as a remarkable instance, that " a
sheep was jouna lying m iw, y
every particle of wool taken from it as
cleanly as a razor could have done jt,
Dismissed the Seryice for ft Canard.
Cheaper than any other house, sa we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be-
resent this season to the consumer a fine
Indianapolis. Ind -May , 5. Last
evenins about 8 o'clock. Geo. C Hard
ing, editor of. -the Herald,' entered the
residence of. Calvin A.', Liaht editor of
the Democrat and , attemnted - to shoot
the latter because of certain publica
tions in the Democrat. Light grasped
the Distol. flrettinsr his finarer under the
hammer, thereby1 preventing an explo
sion, and held on until assistance came,
when Harding was arrested. He re
mained in custody until an early hour
this morning, when he gave bail. At
twenty mmates, atter ociock mis
moTninsr he entered Light's office and
fired at him several times, mis3ing
Light, but hitting an employee named
Gerhard Liznio, inflicting a serious
wound. Mr. Harding is now m jail
awaiting the result of that wound. An
other employee of Mr. Light's, named
Richard Walders, jumped out of a sec
ond story1 window, during the firing,
breaking both ankles.
Latest Vegetable Maiket.
At New York, on the 2nd inst,, new
Southern potatoes were unsettled, and
only large stock has much call, and
wr at &5a6 Der bbl. Fine Bermuda
potatoes sell fairly at $7.50 per bbL, but
poor lots rule much lower. Green, peas
were a shade easier, and rSavannah
were quoted at 60c, to $1 per crate ;
North Carolinas were at $3-50 to &4 per
half bbU-; Aspargus in light supply and
rather firmer; Southern were at $2.50
to $4 per dozen.; String beans $1.50 to
$2.75 per crate.;. Cucumbers, Southern
$3 to $5 per crate. Cabbages, Southern
$1.50 to $3.50 per bbl. A; circular says
that new; Florida potatoes are small,
and prices consequently low. String
beans aUo wed to ; remain, on the bush
too Jong are old and tough; -they should
be young ana tenaer iq, commami iuu
prices. Cucumbers, Florida white spine
are at $89 per box. .Tomatoes, new
Florida $89 per box;, Bermudas, six
quarts boxes, ; $1,75, Squashes $22.50
hnx; Strawberries were decidedly
higher. The steamer lots were worth-
Prof. Hertz's Great German Hair Bestoratlve.
The best preparation for the Hair now known. It
gradually restores gray hair to its natural color,
producing a luxuriant growth, eradicates scruff and
dandruff, cures all diseases of the scalp, prevents
the hair from falling out and relieves neuralgia In
the head and headache. Try It. Prepared by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Va , and for sale by
P. J. CREW & CO.,
Manufacture all the standard varieties of
Which they offer at lowest prices.
TRY OUR DIXIE SOAP.
Also, an excellent lot of BL VCK GRESAWNKS,
from 20c. to $1.25; and a general liiie of new and
desirable Dress Goods at the most -reasonable
A Spec:al lot or
Boo.'s, !iics and Slippers,
7 r k
Including the best makes In the country There
cln aJso oe found in our stock a complete line of
toe Felt. Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Oentllmen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest '
Can be had at ' wi KAUFMAN & C0.8, -"
'. CJiner Trvde and Tryon Sts. ' ;
April 10. ' Charlotte. K.O.
'r- London, May 6. Sub-lieut. Coyte, of
the - Royal Navy, arrested early last
month in CorK vn suspicion , vt. ucmS
the author of the hoax about a ; pirate
ohm nfF if astnet lisrht. Ireland, alone-
side of its capture on the: 16th pi J anu-j . and receipts by express not prpv-
ary last, - nas uetair wmw Uf jjjg iarge notaers.werei enaDiea w oo-
offence and dismissed the service This
was the story tnac sent me . guuuun
Goshawk to e on w fruitless chase.
Sub-lieut Coyta was serring on board
the Goshawk at tne: uma, ? .
' On Broadway. New York, the great thoroughfare,
a prominent feature of ven that famous street
convenient to all places of Interest, and noted for
Its luxurious appomimeuui-iB hau mc .mm
Central Hotel, vhlch Is, -now- kept on both plant
the AmerloaH at 32.50 to $3.00, and the European.,
at 81.00 and upwards, per day. An. elegant Re
staurant, at moderate prices, 1? conducted by the
Grand Central,, - vjj-j-: t:.i . - .
apr30 IW . -
tain-6065c for, anything fine. .The first
crate of .North' Carolina stock came in
and brought 75& per ouart, j t; -
t Tf ron have been drlnktne too much, which how
avrt ran should never do. a dose of Dr. Bull's Bal
timore Plus will place you in good condition again.
-Our present banking system Is a vas Improve
ment on that of twenty years ago,- as every one
must admit -who -remembers the trouble we had
as to deny this snouia m&e a aose ox natvs Mver
Puis, and recover his normal winery ooudiuon as
These Pills will prevent and cure Dyspepsia.
They are an unrivalled Dinner Pill, mild aperient,
and admirably adapted as a family medicine. They
are used by the most cultivated people to our
country, and are extensively used by physicians in
their practice. Sold b7 Druggists generally. Send
for circular. E. R. BECKWITH, Sole Manufactur
er, Petersburg, Va.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Say: Colden's Lieblg's Liquid extract of Beef is a
very agreeable article of diet, and particularly use
ful when tonics are required, being tolerated when
other forms of animal food are rejected. InDIp
therla. Malarial Typhoid fevers. Weakness, and
every depressing disease, we have prescribed It
with great success. Sold by all Druggists.
w wi4 1 m tf Audita a Salary of S100 per montn
nn.! xwiik, r lUiow a lare cooimiiwioB, to Mil our
new buiI wouilrfiil inrentions. Wt mem w ?!f
Sample free. A(klreae8iiu t Co., MantuOl, Mjoh.
& A DAY to Agents canvassing for the "Fms
p i . 8iiH Visitor." Terms and outfit free. Ad
dress P. QvVICKERY, Augusta, Maine.
Qffas and tattattjerg
CITY BOOK STORE,
A well selected Stock of
Including Note, Letter, Sermon, Legal and Fools
cap, which they propose to sell cheap for cash.
Also French Paper of every description, with EnJ
velopes to match.
Also Paper in boxes, to suit the most fastidious.
SOCIAL ETIQUETTE OF NEW YORK.
1A standard treatise upon the laws of good society
n New York.
Congress Tie Envelopes; a new lot just received.
Edward Todd & Co.'s Celebrated
A Fen by some considered superior to a Oold Pen
TIDDY & BRO. are
also agents for Emerson
d&iyn a month and expenses guaranteed to
Agents. Outfit freer Shaw A Co., Augus
ta, Maine. -
Dress and Trimming Silks
N,ew thin? In HOaiERt AND GLOVE3.
ADVERTISEMENT of 4 lines Inserted one week
In 300 newspapers for $10. Send 10a for
100 page pamphlet. G. P. ROWELL CO., 10
Spruce street, NT Y.- s,; ' -
and any orders given them will receive prompt at
E. BUTTERICK & CO.'S METROPOLITAN
For May, 1879, just received at
TIDDY & BBO'S.
CASH PAID FOR RAGS.
An early Impaction of tha above rill be to your
interest . 'Ti
The undersigned is now prepared to fffl all orders
for every class of Undertaking. Having on hand
full assortment of
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES.1
Both Wood and Metallc
TS-m ..PRICM AS LOW AS AtV.
Hearses furnished if desired,
D. G. MAXWILL.
0. T. EABBISON
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You will find our stock of SPRING iD SUM-.
M&R CLOTHINQ th most complete t.the mar
ket, at our weU-knownajxapalar lawSw3- 1
' ' f ' iuwiTTCOWSlT-&'ixUCT.
Furniture of every Description Repaired at shor
3 4 Wl&t-"K0 P,
With L GBogers, Trade sireet.
yAXWELL ft HARRISOJ
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PBODUCE
Win give strict personal
attention to all business entrusted to our care.
- a : Foot doors above Cliariotte HoteL . ;
' decs - '
IN CASH WILL PURCHASE
lit it ;itjVf r!it
A Power Printing 'xneniin'w
style, size of bed 20x40 mehasWas in use mU I
MinlttMil Kta tiAia An k IrtflftM J C BAJIjAI .
1 editor Enterprise and Mountaineer, iGretBTlBe,