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CHARLOTTE, N. C, SUNDAY; .MAY 18, 1879.,
i I. . j . -w.-:
Ladles buying Pamsols and gun Umbrellas Mil
liiul the best assortment at the lowest prices at
ELI AS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
; .. ''5 f M ' H v i i i
which they can save money. Oar stock of Fancy
is now complete, anioi ig 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 & every f ariety; Car
pets, Bugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. ' " " "
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings is large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSfEBT. GLOY1BS, HANDKERCHtEFS. COB
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
. ' v. '. ; ; ; f ; ; ; ;
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. Tod will find
them cheap, and everything else in proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
ELI AS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS J
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS j
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
1ST COFFINS of all kinds on band. E1
' COFFINS of all kinds on hand. .
No. fi Wasrr Trade Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Lades' and Gentlemen's Burial
U RBR If II K
DR RNK N
URBK N N N
UR RN HN
UU R EN NN
KKXT TO POBTOFFIOt.
My stock is very Lor . and embraoM a Fall Line of
' H , T
AU Goods Packed Free ofUbarga?
- ' - We have Just received a handsome tot of
BOTH -TRIMMED AND UNTRCMMED.
The Newest Shapes Out Call and See Them.
' : ALSO ANEW LOT OF
Jttetw Linens- la Plaid and Momie Patterns; Silk
Grenadines In Black and Colon.'
A NEW LINE OF
LISLE, LACE AND E3D GLOYES AND MITTS.
Be sure and look at our
CALL AND SEE OUB MARSEILLES QUILTS.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opn. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon stChariotte, N. C.
-O U R-
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVERYBODY SHOULD CALL AT ONCE TO
-ALSO A FULL LINE OF-
DRY GO O D S
SHOES OF ALL KINDS, HATS, &C. &C., AC.
We are oflerlng GREAT BARGAINS this
week, all through our entire stook.
Hr .MQRRIS & BROS.
W. KAUFMAN J: CO.
W hAVAad the
stock so complete as to include the latest nore
to Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's !
UUU L oo
OOO LULL OO
IT IT KTW W RflO
N . N M
We invite pabllc Inspection, and we are at all
timm reaOf'0rliw quotation -of 1rte88. Every
garment which is sold at our house la warranted to
!m m nmraaented. and In orlce 1689 than can be
BLUE. FUNNEL SUITS
house, as we did the pa
season, and they have gained the reputation of 1
Ing the best in ti
resent , this .season to the consumer s ni
Uneof ' -
Including the best makes In the country. There
ean also be found in our stock complete Una of
fine Felt, Sttfl and" Straw Hats; and any kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock; a the cheapest
Can be had at ,,lWr.a i
" ' j ' Corner Tnde and Tryon Sti, K
AprOltt Charlotte; N. &
The school boy and his satchel to school alas, must
Fearing teachers' birches, geography up his back,
81ghs to be a man and for the Presidency pants,
And so do his cousins and his uncles and his aunts.
-"'; Not let.
Not yet, O friend! not yet;
The patient stars
- Lean from their lattices, content to wait,
. All la illusion till the morning bars
Slip from the levels of the Eastern gate,
Night is too young, O friend! day is too near;
Wait for the day that maketb all things clear
Not yet, O friend! not yet;
Not yet, 0 friend! not yet;
All is not true; -AH
is not ever as it seemeth now;
Soon shall the river take another blue,
Soon dies yon light upon the mountain brow,
What lieth dark, O tove! bright day wlU nil ;
Walt for thy morning, be it good or 111
Not yet, O love! not yet. , , .;
Mr Tllden to David Davis: You are quite liable
to sunstroke if you boom in warm weather.
"There are roomers in the air," remarked the
landlord when his hotel burned down, and for
want of &raeseapes4he guests were jumping out
of the windows. Steubenville Herald.
A newly married' lady was telling another how
nicely her husband could write. Oh, you should
Just see some of his love letters." "Yesj lknow,"
wag the freezing reply, "I've got a bushel of 'em in
my trunk,' Bridgeport Standard,
The exchange you appreciate so highly that you
never tear the wrapper off it Is the one that comes
along with the beautiful regularity of clock-work.
A snow storm seventy feet deep on the level would
not delay Its arrival a single day. Brooklyn Argus.
A traveler lost on a Yorkshire moor, after pur
suing a rather hopeless track for some time, had
the good fortune to meet a member of a shrewd
and plain-speaking sect. "This Is the road to
York, is It not?" said the traveler. To which the
other replied: "Friend, first fhou tellest me a lie,
and (hen thou asketh me a question."
Ask a wise man to write poetry, a)d he can
mauage to make a fool of himself at short noilce,
If verses are out of his line. A dignified Detroit
judge, to oblige a little girl, recently wrote in ail
album: "My pen is poor, my ink is pale, my heart
it trembles like a little dog's tail,"
John Morse, a prisoner in the Denver jail, sang
as loud as the loudest while the members of the
Young Men's Christian Association were holding
services in the prison, the other day, and walked
The Stveu Wonders.
From the Journal of Commerce.!
New York, May 7, 1879. Will
be so kind as to give me a list of
Seven Wonders of the World," and if
possible, a brief description of each ? A
list that I have contains, 1. The Colos
sus of Rhodes ; 2. The Pyramids of
Egypt ; 3. The Aqueducts of Rome ; 4.
The Labyrinth of Psammeticus ; 5. The
Pharos of Alexandria; 6. The Walls of
Babylon ; 7, The Temple of Diana. I
am given to understand that it is de
fective. Reply. There have been several lists
of the Seven Wonders of the World, but
the phrase originated among the Greeks,
and the group originally described by
Philo the Byzantine, in his work De
Septem Orbis Spectaculis," consists of
(1) The Pyramids of Egypt, (2) The
Hanging Gardens of Babylon, (3) The
Mausoleum, (4) The Temple of Diana
at Ephesus. (5) The Colossus of Rhodes,
(6) The Statue of the Olympian Jupiter,
and (7) The Pharos of Alexandria. We
described each of these at considerable
length some time ago in our columns.
The later or middle ages gave us a new
list, viz: (1) The Coliseum at Rome, (2)
The Catacombs of Alexandria, (3) the
Great Wall of China, (4) Stonehenge, (5)
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, (6) The
Porcelain Tower of Nankin, and (7)
The Mosque of St. Sophia at Constan
tinople. The phrase originated, howev
er, in its application to the list first giy
en, and for several centuries was con
fined to that order, the only change be
ing that some placed the Pharos of
Egypt even before the Pyramids. The
wonderful tower or lighthouse was
built on a small island in the Bay of Al
exandria, 284 years before Christ. It
was of white marble, 500 feet high ; it
was built one story above another, each
adorned with columns,. balustrades and
galleries of the finest marble and work
manship, and could be seen at a dis
tance of . 100 miles. - Fires were
kindled on the top to light the en
trance to the harbor Many have sup
posed t,hat the auther of the group to
which the name- was applied merely un
dertook to describe the most wonderful
seven tilings in the world, whereas be
merely gye the name to seven great
works or art which he chose to describe.
rTney were notas a whole, the greatest
or ancient worKs.
The Mineral Wealth of South Carolina.
3 V .Washington Eepublican.l
The. mineral wealth of the Southern
Statespeciallyof those portions Which
lie along the spurs of the Alleghany, has
always Deen known, and as far back as
1804 Governor Drayton, of South Caro
lina, called attention to some special
developments of it. Since then various
experiments have been made with m uch.
success in Chesterfield, Union and Ab
beville counties, in that State, and there
are at present, well, known and well de
veloped mines, which have yielded rea
sonable profit.' even under unskiflfull
and unscientific working in Pickens, Oc
onee, Spartanburg and Kershaw ooun-
ties. One striking feature Inall these
mines is the unusual ncnnessor, tne
ores, even where the-quantity of rock,
excavated has beea large,' leading .to the
inevitable;, eoncltisio,n that tytth experi
ehceti and.skilled labor the yield or the
rock would be greatty increased. ;For
example, in the weft known ''Dorn"
. I mine, in Abbeville county, f300,000 was
taken out an excavation juu reec long,
feetideeiJ,;l5teet"Tride;afiS(f at ah ex
pense of only $1,200. No portion of the
famous Comstock ilode can furnish a;
Parallel to tjiis product InJVIott's mine,
rriion? itsofafttyj ,3jOOC pen4yteightp of
gold were taken from eleven bushels of
decomposed ferruginous matter. jWhat
sot ihv Siting. -to the ; prospector ,an& capi
talist? " As far -back as 1848 over 200
people were employed in the gravel de
nosits around" the Brewer mine, in Ches-
on the vein, which, is of immense thick
ness. And even with fude and ' imper
fect implements Ttf iabpT then in use
good wages were realizedV1 iloreiecent
Iy much interest has been aroused and
attention directed to mines in Oconee
fconntJndw; Beihgi worked. byjlfir John
It X)ehraQiAFine ' ledges nave1 been
traced - and f Tock -extracted of great
richness, justifying large expenditures
argire iong the erection of the neces-
MM Em TO - is
TherM omger- for -"chlldreil hi ?ery-rnedlctae
which eontains opium In any form, and we there
fore cheerfully recommend Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup,
which Is warranted not to contain opiates or any.
thing Injurious. - .- 1 u
; '-'Katlenal Surgical Institute., , - s
" Two of the surgeons of this notable InsUtute will
Tislt Charlotte, IL- &Jk&rl5th And 16t. 187(H
stopping at; thft. Charlotte- BoteL They win' have
with them a fine outfit of braces and surgioal aj),
nllahoes. and will be nrepared trf treat'all kinds ot
' Deformities "and Chronic Dlseiwes, such as Club
Feet; -Hip : Diseaser Paralysis, r Special rDIseases,
Piles " and5 "F'stula, ; CatarrV. Private 'Diseases,'',
hlseases of tfte Eye, &d.'i Tot tnlLJ particulars, ad
'tfbU3 d4t w4 ' ' Atlanta, Qa
WHAT BEN HILb THINKS.
Hie Demdcrate in vnJSoicellent Position
. He Beliei&t t't-epeMU
"X : 1 mns Btiv&jPrpmi&d Hayes
"Senator, what Is yQu efmate of the
results of thia conftt Con
gress and the execute. k
"It !is one Qf grave lk$p$y 'ce of the
most vital ihirl tcbt; is One.;6f
tfie best moves for the jiarty that could
have been made. Xot, understand me,
because it is a party moyement, but be
cause theVparty is right in the principle
and the purpose that are at issue in the
contest. . ' ' ' ;; .
"Do you feel hopefiil of the party's
success ?". , . ? . .
"I was never more hopeful in my life.:
I dare not tell you how confident I "do
feel. . The outlook from our standpoint
is full of the promises of success, and if
nothing happens , beyond what is now
foreseen, We are certain to come out tri
umphant, I haver both hope for the
country.and for th artyJ :
"These issue-' pwbding' in Congress
cause a strict party division,, da-they
"Yes, the -effect of these measures has
been to solidify bofli parties and to
sharply define and bring into promi
nence before the country the distinc
tion between the parties. They present
the Republican party in its naked atti
tude as the party of force, of centraliza
tion, of military government. At first,
some of the Republicans did not con
sent to this distinction ' being drawn.
When we first presented the issue by
putting these political riders upon the.
appropriation bills some of thera de
clared they would yote for them as sep.
ar ate measures, but the question has
been so debated and gone so far that
they have all united, and are now pre
senting a solid front in favor of a gov
ernment of force. The Democrats are
as solidly and determinedly opposed to
it, and the issue is made between the
parties at that point."
"And to further what programme do
they seek to perpetuate these laws V"
"Their objectds plain. They want
to perpetuate themselves in the govern
ment. Having worn out the. purely sec
tional issues, 'thev are now used as
make weights. Having succeeded in
keeping control of the "presidency by
fraud they find that they succeed only
to lose forever the opportunity of re
peating the like fraud. Now they seek
to make use of the opportunity gained
by that fraud to use force for the main
tenance of their supremacy, The issue
is then one of life and death to the Re
publican party, and their only hope of
further life is in the power to use force
to subvert the will of the people."
"Where will this issue be fought out,
North or South V"
"Why, in the North, of conrse."
"Yet the South will not be disinter
ested in the result?"
"i3y no means; for should the Repul
lican schemers succeed in this conspira
cy and create a solid North, giving them
the presidency and Congress once
more, then the troubles of the South
will begin anew. Their first move
ment will be to cut off the representa
tion of the South, and she will never
again be allowed to appear in Congress
in her full strength and with her real
weight.,-JChjaia thejlanger which men
aces the South, and which will keep her
united to defeat so bold and unscrupu
lous a plot."
"What do you think of the last veto by
"It was expected and is absurd. The
reasons assigned by him for vetoing the
bill are trifling. The idea that this bill
repeals the legislation of 1790 and 1792
is the veriest nonsense."
"What do you think of the President's
purpose in taking this bold stand
against this legislation ?"
"Why, he has gone over, body and
soul, to the radical side of his party.
He has most unquestionably gone back
on himself, and is now controlled by
the very worst element of his party.
Winning him over to their schemes was
the great triumph they had to gain, for
without his co-oporation all they, did
was emptiness. They had to have him,
and it is said that he has even been told
that to join with them would be to so
lidify the party, identify him as its
great leader and make him the party
candinate of next year."
"Do you really believe he looks to be
ing his own successor?" "-''; '
"I do. You see he held the stakes in
his own hand. He could dictate terms
and the party could afford to promise
anything for success, since without him
that sucoesa would be impossible. It
is said he has been promised re-election
and that he has joined the rabid leaders
in their schemes with a view to that
"Well, to sum up the probabilities,
what think you of their chances to win
upon that line, or at all?" -
"My candid opinion is that they have
not the slightest chance to win. They
will not succeed. The people aire
j brought face to face with an essential
brought face to faee with an essential
ment, or whether force shall create,
maintain and-perform the funetipns of .
governments this Republican system.
I do not doubt the result of that issue ?"
; Correspondence Raleigh Observer.
FAyetteville, May 14. The. Grand
Lodge of Odd-Fellows convened last
evening at 8 o'clock, and, after organize
ing,. adjourned to meet this morni n g at '
10 o'clock, when an election of officers
for the ensuing year was entered into,
with the following result:
IL. G. Bagley, Raleigh, Most Worthy
i N. M. Jurney, Morehead Citjv Right
Worthy Deputy Grand Master.
J. L. Dudley, Wilmington; Right Wor
thy Grand Warden.
3. J. Litchford; Raleigh, Right Wor
thy Grand Secretary. - . .
- R. J.Jones, Wilmington, Right Wor-
thy Grand Treasurer. ; : ; ; ;;
W. II. Bagley, Raleigh, Right Worthy
Grand Representative Grand Lodge of
the United States. - :
This afternoon the above officers were
ITp to this time all important business
remains to be transacted, The senti
ment of a majority of the members arn
pears to be in favor of establishing an
endowment feature in connection with,
the order, but as yet their plans for so
doing, in the words of the, secretary1,
".are in a crude state." ' .
The lodge met this evening at 7
o'clock and adjourned, in la body to the
Baptist church to hear the address of G
M.Busbee,Eso, of Raleigh, on " Odd
Fellowship." .... t , . ,
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, 1 4. Card.;,-
' To all who are suffering from Tthe errors and in
discretions of youth,- nervous "weakness, early de
cayloss of manhood, Ac, I will send recipe that
will cere you, FEES OP CHAfiGE.- This- great
remedy 'i was. ..discovered by a missionary 'in
South America.: Send . self-addressed, snvelope
to the REV, JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, flew
Yorlt City., M t
. jan o
In the early part uf every season ihere is a natural desire to know what are the newest, hues and most fashionable styles, and also who1 are recognized
as standi authority la the fashionable vorldV' Gut tetattths to, and dealing with the public, and the general standing of onr house, win assure all In
telligent readers that the information given below la authenttcY reliable iarid corrert . 1 .
:- SevewJ changes have taken p&oe,both In shape and patferni of fabrics in Men's Garments, of which special mention will be made. The latest de
mand in Spring Garments is our aew ' '' ' ...
jt has many admirers among those whp preferBew shapes and id I astead of adhering to the oW time-worn styles of the past very stylish In appear -anee
and out from Cheviots of the newest designs.
Our St Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three 01: four 'buttons, front cut a trifle longer, giving It a neai and graceful appearance, are made np in every variety
of Sprirg textures. ' . '',
In shape and style retains Its hold hi 1 popular favor;i Its length is a little longer than last season, and it is one of the most useful among the gar
ments of a genttemah's wardrobe. The materlalre French Castings, Granites and various patterns of English Worsteds.
Our Pants stock is complete, with every novelty In fabrics, and the shapes are perfect In our Hat department we Invite the Inspection of the most cul
tivated tastes, andln fine Felts and Straw Goods we are wrmdent of miiversal approval. x
. ,ea?ifW?,n? tb? onli.initeiptti ol snades aud aty, Jat boasts particularly upon the very recent introduction of tta Unlver
sity ScarL" tJnIque' and very elegant ''" ' ; '-',',' ':.'. r, " . ' .', '. .. ',
, In Whtte Vewehave aState repuon.aiKi we o "progress" in this season's selections. Our efforts have been to place upon our
counters only reliable and standard goods, and in the rapid increase of our business we are assured of the public's appreciation.
We invite the attention of all, Doth far and near, iHhetr advantages will e the same, for we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of inspection before payment of bilL --:-- ...... . ,
. . ' ' : ': Very respectfully,
Apnl 27,1879. . , , , , . E. D. LATTA & BRO., The, People's Clotheirs.
COME AND SEE BEFORE BUYING
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1879.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Sealoard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Throne h Bills of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of thjL,lne. : For information as to Tariff, Schedules; 4c, apply to either of the undersigned.
K.S. FINCH, South Western Agent, )
T. T. SMITH. Agent C. C. Railway, 1 Charlotte, N. C.
April 30 dam. F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent, )
We have this day added to our atock splendid
line of Buntings in
Also, on excellent lot of BL IC GRENADINES,
from 20c. to $1.25; and a general line of new and
desirable Dress Goods at the most reasonable
prices. ; '
A Special lot of
Dress ii ltd Trimmg: Silks.!j
Ndw thlngr in HOSfEHlf AND (ihOVm.
'An early iapaeiia.-vdf thejibjvd' will beto your
interest , . j;
You wm find our stock pf SPRING AliD SUM
M&S. CLOTHING ihe most conipiete . injthe raar-
kefai m weh-knbwn anj,popularjow' prices.-, !
t" r. twtTTKOWSXT' BARUCH.
PRINGE ALBERT FROCK,
I'BtllflT SUITS FOR $7.50.
FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Remember that we are the rult rj in Low Prices for Fine Clothing.
L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers arid Tailors.
ICE ! ICE ! "
AT THE SAME OLD STAND,
Where I am prepared to furnish a superior quality
to all who may want lee. My cart will also make
daily deliveries at places of business or private
residences. Orders given the driver, addressed to
me through P- O. Box 163, or delivered to me at
office on lot of Bock Island Factory, will receive
Customers who begin with me will be supplied
the entire season at the following figures:
In quantities less than 5 lbs., 2c per lb.
of 5 to 50 lbs., lVgc per lb.
" of 50 lbs. and up, lc "
The afoVe figures are'iSesame at which Ice has
been sold for the last two masons, when I had
competition: and as I have unsurpassed facilities
to conduct the business on a legitimate principle,
consumers will consult their Interest by giving me
Ice for shipping In any quantity carefully packed
arid forwarded with dispatch.
. ' Thankful for your patronage in the past, I re
spectfully ask a continuance of the same.
. J. T. ANTHONY.
OTOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. C.
C. S. Brown, Proprietor,
Late of the National Hoter, Raleigh.
C. S. Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W.. 6. Shelburn As
sistant dec 80 -' '-:
The undersigned Is now prepared to fill all orders
for every class of Undertaking. Having on hand -full
assortment Of : '
; COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES,
. iBoth Wood and Metalic.
f.PKICra A3 LOW AS ANI
'Heawes furnished if desired.
Furnlbire of every Description Repaired at shor
notice. ' ,
W. M. WILHELM,
With E. Q. Rogers, Trade StreetBI
Bottled1 tager Beer,
ALT. An JORTEB,
li corner Trade and rJcdary' Avenue; Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge, for $1.00 per
dozen.-' i-' v iZi.-i-a '--';,:;.' .
AU orders left at John Towel's tailor shQp wuIm
eelve prompt aitention." :
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 En
velopes to match.
Also Paper in boxes, to suit the most fastidious.
SOCIAL ETIQUETTE OF NEW YORK.
iA 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 Pen by some considered superior to a Gold Pen
TIDDY & BRO. are also
agents for Emerson
and any orders given them will receive prompt at
E. :BUT TE iICK 4 CO.'S METROPOLITAN
For May, 1879, Just received at
TIDDY & BRO S.
CASH PAID FOR BAGS.
V. Q. MAXWKLU C. F. HARBISON
... AUCTION AND
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
- MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PB0DUCE;-
. ,vWill give strict personal' r' ;
altcntlon to an besfness entrusted to our caret.
r'f rv ' Tour doors above Charlotte HoteL
Asureeurefor nervous debnitr. 'vtemalufe de'
eay, exhaustion, etc The only reliable cure Cir
culars mailed free. Address J. K. REE YES, 49
Chatham street, N. Y. t