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BLAXKS, NZXFmilDS, " " '--'-' -,j
LXTTXB-EXAHS, CISD8, SO iT
TAOS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
' '' i '' PROGRAUincS, BAKI-SZLLS
, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, 6tt
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UdlealwrfiuPaMls anJ'JTJnbrellas wUl
Had the best assortment at the lowest prices at "
J1LIAS & COHEN'S. '
which they can save money. Our stock of Taney
Is now complete,, awong iwWd;mayjfound a
full supply of HouseFurplshlGooeetlng
and Pillow Casing la Linen And Cotton, Linen
Table Damask In White, Slate, Bed and Yellow;
pets, Rugi, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
and will be found very cheap. 80 will our stock of
: ' - A ! M
SETS, FANS AND TIES.;
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand-
Verchlef and $2 Sun Umbrellas. You will fintlT";
them cheap, and everything else In proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
ELIAS ft COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
m a A i
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
; : " '.-.:''-' !". ' - ;
t3T COFFINS t aaktods on hand, .Jj
iW COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Trass Strict.
a i , ? I 1 j
Ladles and; Gentlemen's Burial Bobes-Hi
line supply. "
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K. (. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
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NUT TO Pp6TOrTICB.i
Mr stock is very Lar . and embraet a Full Une of
1, - tiY-P ft.
All Goods Packed Fiee ot Charger -
! A ') J M
'! .r.'ijl2t -Jf) fi :(.
L A PJES' HATS,
, The. Newest Shapes jVfrsitfeu
Ci3 yiJ'JOfk: I.
...1! . .
1:-wi- i- ,. .
D.-ess Linens In Plaid
and Momle Patterns; Silk
renadhes In Biiek 'aftd Colors,
A NEW LINE OF.
LISLE, LACE AND KID GLOVES AND MITTS.
Be sure and look at our
I JJ I i i i -i I
.CALi; ?ANt StE OUR MARSEILLES QUILTS,
f. H I ' - 3: 1 5 .
T. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
MaylS. : ' ' '
O V u-
5 CENT1 COUNTER
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
-MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVER! BODY SHOULD CALL AT OSCE TO
-ALSO A FULL LINE OF-
D R J G Q O D.S ,
SHOES OF ALL KINDS, HATS, AC., AC, AC.
We are offering GREAT BARGAINS tthls
week, all through our entire stock.
H. MORRIS & BROS.
iZJl J.JJ'J? :
.stock ompMA'aslfo Hie
e!U4e-tbeaest no varies
In Mws, Youth's. Sort
; , to UMati.wmiifyl'W". w
"OOO It OCLrrW'&-rH II WH If OOCT
00 t ow'V-sXh n nw wo o
O L O O T HHH II HKN'O. 'i
teihspfectton; and we are at aB f
rive Quotation- .twsew frf
n .huh f fti hiif hoUM Jumrraoiea to
e as rcpresenteayand. In. rrlpfl Tabs tnan'can he
CLUE FLiNNEL SUITS 1
(Reaper tnWorouU.'iwe did the past
season, and they hive galaad the reputation of be
ing the best In the maxke". 1
lW present. peaapo to Jfcft toaatuUtt to
line of , ,
lo wrXi 0" l" 'us . .5 '
Including the best makes In the country. There
canse be fiud hvonr tock a. complaUS line of
nneFelt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and Any kind of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. , i)on't , purchase
before yon examine our.stock, as the cheapest ;
vtv-niif.ll' A A'XVTAA
Can be had at
(!4:W. KAUF1LAJN CtU'D,.
YVim Tnita and Trvon 8tK.t-
. vnanoue, a, v.
j ff , j t mint wwi'itituut nKnitkS.Z ,
RxciTATiTKHajQ, all ye voters, safeguards of our
. ' ;Of "caadldttes you need feel no prtva
. ' . i i tlon; i .
Let each and all agree with one oon
' ' I sent; I i ' i
' -. To name your Honest John for Presi-
AHiA-For r nt called Honest John Sherman yes
- Honest John Sherman,
:? Though you couW nere goess why;
; But stUi I'm called Honest-yes, Honest
s John Sherman j
- Honest John Sherman am I.
I've lots of resumption, and excellent
And numerous dollars In store,
iMt beod without number the brokers'
shops cumber, , ,
r And soon I will Issue some more. . . '
, I've got a fine syndicate ready toylndleate
All deeds I have done or may do.
And a fraudulent P res Went, not at -all hes
"if;i f -ltant; i'tf; i v i
- 1 - ft helrfnfrtneMlers, with yoUz
, Then go- for your Sherman, your Honest
. John Sherman, .
Whose cash box is filled to the brim:
So go for your Sherman, your Honest John
"1 5 "v Sherman, 1 i ; . -
" And hasten to nominate him.
Sqkq Not many years ago, - '
When 1 was Senator Sherman,
As some of you may know,
I practiced President f amain'.
When he was Senator Sherman,
He practiced President fanniii',
Not many years ago.
BcVtercup Two Candidates i nussed,
J 'w -By parties two selected;
One's ticket had been bust,
, The. other was elected.
Votkbs Now this on us reflected,
, ; For one had been elected, '
- As most of us expected,
Not many years ago.
Buttercup - Oh, bitter is my cup,
However could I do It?
. (I mixed those follows up,
And everybody knew IL
One man I put within
The Presidential buildln';
Hayes was the fruit of sin,
TUe other man was TUden.
Voters -By arts thathe was skilled in, i
The Presidential buildln' -Was
quite bereft of Tilden,
Not many years ago.
New and second-hand vetoes bought and sold.
R. B. Hayes.
If there Is anything else you want vetoed, bring It
along, r-tf- B. Hayess t .-
Bv was the nrst'&hdwe reckon the 'onlf woman
who did not gather up her dress in both bands and
yell at the sight of a snake. Ottawa (Kan.) Repub
lican. The Springfield Republican says that Senator
Edmuhj&s has one oi those astute; legal minds,
capable ofBring his eye so closely upon a fly on a
bam door that he cannot see the bai n at aU.
It Is now said by a scientific authority that sleep
commences In the feet and extends to the head.
Possibly the custom of sitting with, the feet toward
the purtptt eray have'someujlug to do with it
Turner" iUls Reporter.
An editor has one advantage over a king. When
an editor goes out riding in his open barouch
drawn by four milk-white steeds, he Is never shot
at by a Socialist. You have 'probably remarked
tnis yourself. Xdrrvttown Herald.
At a horse-fair In Paris. Old gentleman looking
at a very bob-tailed horse Bless me, how short
they have cut his tall. Attendant His master is a
member of the society for the protection of ani
mals. In this fashion he will not annoy the poor
:A' Pennsylvania aTarmtsi sdys the government
ought to interfere at ouoe and put a stop to further
pumping and boring for oiL. He is quite certain
the Oil is drawn tnrough these wells from the
bearing of the earth's axis, and that the earth will
cease to turn when the lubrication ceases.
"How long will it be before you get this work
doner" :said a lady to an apprentice who was
painting her house on Third street "Well, I don't
know, ma'm," said he, "the boss has Just gone to
look for another Job. If he gets it, I'll be done to
morrow; but if he don't I'm Tf raw It'll take me all
next week. Camden Post.
. A eltizen went home from the caucus one night
and asked his wife, "Did you commit an error or
do anything out of character hefore we were mar
ried?" "Why, no! What makes you ask such a
question?" "On, I didn't think you had, but I was
nominated for a town office to-night; wid I knew if
you .bag It would all be out to-morrow.".
A Colorado lawyer dWat admfre the-Judge he--forewhom
he was trying a case the trther day, and
referred to him as Van ass trying to munch hay. '
The eonrt fined hint SB for contempt; put remarked
at the same time that he would remit the fine pro
vlded -the attorney would apologize. The -lawyer
went thKough his pockets, and - finding but half the
amount required, said: "Ahem f ahem t I'H take
down ttie haybut wul-copper the ass. Here is
: PBoniBiTios oft Dbe t lksiIrt.
Jitgttmenls from the fulpitBev. J.
Rumplefs Sunday Morning Discourse.
To the Editor of The .Observer; ;. r ( ,
Salisbriry is -greatly' agitated Tjnhe
protiibitioa uestioH. :Youi :have seen
the many articles written for the Watch'
4nan, pro and con, during the lasjt twa
months. In a short time the qualified
voters wiir 'be called on to speak their
tYoifeioa thmsubjeet and pay -whether
.'SalfcUuryihaH,theMefoTth;M Wet or
dry.if Several of the city pastors preach
ed temper'ahce " sermons Sunday morq
ing.,tiRev."Mr. Sample preached a very
strong sermon based on the following
texts, viz: Isaiah .49, 23 ; Psalm 94, 20;
Xoy2l 1 -The leading, ijea..etciorth
nc&0resiaia efthnt: aanc-
,e .Wim i ctsf iBfeajken-
rmreraTid'iSis tnerefore in
itself a crime and ought to be .punipha
; Dleivlaw.; ?l!he-rjaan twho makes, the
onAvho ellsi and the one who . driitlqs
it are equally guilty. Ile -who leds
pi&tol ta gnoot Qown--Btan
is partieeps -crwaiTw along, with thp
murderer. iELveDl f ulzhef adcessories
after the fact for instance, receivers of
stolen ''gdods, kiwywing them to be sti6h,
TlJ , J J.I JSA. XI Jf Al.
are gumy oi lueiu in nie eye ui ine
law. Therefore to license whiskes-
maklrfgand whjkeyelling"; is ' tb 6ni-
nive ac crime Decause me iicfc ,wm cer
tainly lead to the commission of crime. J
to grant saen ucenBe'is not omy a great
moral wrong but utterly opposed to, and
subversive of, the fundamental idea of
the existence of law, viz : the protection
oils passages of Scripture that the con
demnation of Go4e?t8-upnvery man
wh& aids in aut way, or refrains from
orr)dsiBg, the mighty ritf tt brought upon
gentleman stated that 60,000 people die
aimually'ictlms the; fell destroyer--an
average of dne eyef y ten minutes. ;
.Inl while on the other hand - the liquor!
men-are- etihlideBt1 of success. r;fThe ret
suit of ctho contest wlllibI looedfor
with intense interest; r .Judge Dick will
address the citizens on the temperance
question;niVnesday liight : His repu
tation as an eloquent speaker will doubt
less draw a very, large.audience. F.
- tiit t '
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows ad
journed last Thursday eveningfter,
an excursion down the river. The WI1
mington Sftar says that before'&djrfurn-f
ment,i Most Worthy Grand , Haster,,,!!
G; Baglevniade the: following appoint",
ments; J. F. Payaev Grand Marshal ; Ji
H. Roberts, Grand Conductor; J. ILi
Shultzi Grand iGuardian, Henry Porter,
Grand Heraldt E. W. IIolloMfiell, Grand
Chaplains t Nexlmeeting of -the Grand
Lbdge will be held in Raleigh on Ihe
13th of May; 1880.
bit 1441 fpM
'"'""ifemi' 'Carollttl' 'ipfaBopai' 6TeBlXn.'i
;';'..V" rjromWImuWon'Statl . . ' :
Fatktteviljle, Mav 15. The ; cdn-
vention met this morning at 10 o'clock,;
i :On motion an electioTj for secretaw
was gone mwhichjsulted in the se-
lection of RevKltRichr" :; '
The Rev. DrlWatson read the report
of the finajieesCQmBnttee. The report
stated that the diocesan fund had f alleii
short more ; tAan, $30Q, and that the
treasurer, on account of the . failure of,
some of the securities, had failed to pay
the bishop $1,250, due on the 1st of April
last; that the relief, education and
clrarch building funds had all declined,
that the offerings for diocesan missions
.had increased, and that $300 had been
contributed to the University of the'
South. , ;
It was resolved ,tliat a committee of
five laymen be Appointed to consider
and report rwhat steps ought to betaken
with reference to the funds belonging
to the diocese, for ;which;notes were held
from John "Wilkes, Esq., the former
treasurer. ' '- ?
Hon. J ohn Manning, Dr. A. J. DeRos
set, Kemp P. Battle, Esq., Maj. Jas. C.
McRae, and Henry A. London, Esq.,
were named as the committee,
Rev. Dr. Buxton offered the following
" Resolved, That the committee for re
vising the constitution and canons be
continued, and that they, be authorized
to report to this convention, without
alteration of the' ill tent or purpose of
any canon, such changes of words as in
their judgment may be necessary to
make the intent of any canon clearer,
and to call attention to any inconsisten
cies, if there be any between any canon
and any article of the constitution."
Bishop Atkinson then read his annual
address, from which we learn that 282
persons had been confirmed by him and
167 by Bishop Lyman, making a total
of 449 ; that he had received 3 clergy
men from other dioceses, and that the
whole number of clergymen-' was 6(5.
There are 11 candidates for priests' or
ders, 6 for deacon's orders,.. and 6 postu
lants. Bishop Lyman then read his address,
in which he gave a very interesting ac
count of his attendance on the Lam
beth conference, denounced ritualism
severely, and spoke hopsfully of the
prospects of the Church.
Rev. Dr. Watson read the report of
the standing committee ; also, the re
port of the missionary committee,which
states that 21 clergymen have been as
sisted, the contributions have been larg
er, but still funds are very much needed
Rev. Dr. Patterson read the report of
the trustees of the University of the
South. The trustees offered the follow
ing resolution, which was unanimously
"teso2mZ,That the Diocese of North
Carolina does acknowledge the claims
which the University of the South has
upon its care, and will do all in its
power to further the work which is
now being done there by those Godly
and well learned men who, in much
self-sacrifice and earnest diligence, are
devoting their lives to the sacred pur
pose of imparting Christian learning
our Southern b'oji" """"'
On motion of Rev. Dr. Watson, the
convention proceeded to the election of
treasurer, and Dr. A. J. DeRosset was
unanimously re-elected to that office.
On motion of Rev. Dr. Watson, it was
resolved that Mr. Richard H. Battle be
appointed trustee of the diocese in
place of his father, Hon. W. H. Battle,
On motion of Rev. Dri' Watson, the
convention proceeded to the election of
the education committee, and .the . fol
lowing gentlemen were re-elected : .
Rev. Dr. Patterson, Hon. Geo. Davis,
and A, IL VanBokkeleh;
The convention next proceeded to
the election of the church building
committee. The old committee, were
re-elected: Rev. A. Benton, Rev. 3. C.
Huske, Rev. E. R. Rich, Maj. James C.
McRae, arid F, R; Rose, Esq.
Rev." Mr. Osborne moved that 'that
part of the report of the bishop with re
gard to the diocesan paper, be referred
to a committee of fiveJEree . clergy and
twoiaity; t6 cbnsidef wirat steps are to
be taken to further the prosperity of
the paper;; i "Carried, ...
th eoishop appointed Rev- A.Watson,
D. D., Rev. J. C. Huske; Rev. Geo. Pat
terson, D. D., : Dr. A. J. DeRosset, and
Mr. Hughes. : -.:'
The iollowing were elected delegates
to the geiieralcoriveniioii: .
Clerical Revs. A. A. Watson, D. D.
Jarvis Buxton, D. D, J. C. Huske and N.
Colin nughfes. -;
Alternates Revs. D. II. BuelL Geo.
Patterson, D. EU, M. M. Marshall, D. D.v
and R. B. Sutton, D. D: '
Lay Dr. A. J. DeRosset,TIon. Kemp
P. BattlerMSj. J5hn Hughes and Col.
. Alternates-John Henderson, Hon.
John? Manning, Coh John W. Atkinson
Maj. James C. McRae. .
. On motion the convention then ad
journed to meet to-morrow morning at
10 O ClOCK,
A ; RAILROAD LEASE.
land (6 'Great Southern Railroad
"." to he Interested. -
tTJefpliia Times, 17th.
Witn"sorae;railr6ad"'me'ri, whose in
terRtS ire: hot so doselv . associated
ith the.cijWlitiou qffaws 'presented
by tbe hew deal by the Heading Compa
bt with the North ' Penn': na Bound
jirau iiuea uuiu-. ucjf j,vy..iui
$beir views,;. a greater significance than
even the ambitions of the Baltimore' &
Ohio Hailroad is attribufcevi to the new
state or anairs. Jbor some days past
John S. BaTtTeVI1efnTof the Wasli
ington City, VirgrrriA Midland & Great
Southern Railroad, has been in the ei ty ,
stopping SttjtheAldine,1 .'It is now whis
pered; that psVct of the fulfilment of the
scheme inairgurated by the new lease -is
independent of "the Pennsylvania Road
from its northern terminus at-Wash
ington to New 'York. This would be
attained, overthe Baltimore and Wash
ington division of the Baltimore &Ohio
and then by Philadelphia; Wilmington
& Baltimore and -the Bound Brook to
Jersey City. The. mile of road from the
north side of Market street to Thirty t
fifth street, which runs through the
Pennsylvania Railroad par yards, is the
intercepting" link irot controlled, and to
obtain any. rights over which., there is
uothing hut uncejtainty,;; ; a
. A ; special to - the r Raleigh Observer
says mr-BuckilX SUiidiea suddenly
in Richmowda-ast Fridat; in a tst-
tiage;whieb hadjast ;pped viA JrotitJ
" "ilr. David XlQystik'lialeigli'aldeiy
man, has resigned .Jus aldermanic hon
ors and been elected a policeman Dr
James McKee; was elected alderman, in
his steads rfjtwntM pj ik xhuj i
.iif .- i. i. --,'"V, - - :"Qvhijlj
i ; bo not know the'Baby taTangiilsh"a'nd miffetC but
use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, and check tta suflerlDg,
For sale by all Druggists. Price 25 cents, -
: la the early part of every season there 1s t! natural desire to know fhat are OMnewesC latest and most fashionable styles, and also who are recognized
as standard anthority in the Cashienable yerlf- .jPwulattwy 'to, and tilings wlttt Ue pnhUc. and the general standing of onr house, will assure all In
telligent leaders " ,
1 M1"130. ialnLaitii. fca" shape and iittern. of Cabrics In ilen'n Garments, of which special mention will be made. The latest de
mand lh Spring Garment Is our new - , ' 1
t . ......... ... . ... . .
; . WEST END sack.
Ithas 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 eut froni Cheviots of the newest designs. ; . .;ii
Our St Nicholas Cutaway. Trock; with three or four buttons, front eut trifle longer, giving It a neat and graceful Appearance, are made up In every variety
of Spring textures.
THE PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
la shape and style! retains lttloldte'iRfs.f-nb.ieiigtti Is a lRUe tongeriian last season, and li' Is one of the most useful among the gar
ments f a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are French Castings, Granites nnd railoxis patterns of fingllsh Worsteds. ' v '
Our Pants stock Is eoinplete, with every novelty In fabrics, oJpiVsnapesaperfect. In our Hat department we fnvlte the Inspection of the most cul
ttaedtM(tefcV TOtf'jto fine elti ad Stanr. Goods we an eonridenYof inlversai approval 1 :- ! l'- '' -
ieck tPesr assortment Is almost unlimited in devices of shades aud styles, but boasts particularly upon the very recent Introduction of the Univer
sity S. ' Unique and very elegant .
In White Vests we have a State reputation, and we will only assert "progress' m 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. , i n ;
We Invite the attention of all, both far and near, and their advantages will be the same, for we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of Inspection before payment of bill.
. ., Very respectfully,
April 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, Va., 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.
Hark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For Information as to Tariff, Schedules, Ac, apply to either of the undersigned. ;
April 30 d5m
McMra Mesne wmm, cimlot m9 1. c.
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
TR WN-OTKEET, IN IltJftANCE;
D. O. MAXWELL.
C. F. HARBISON
iyAXWELL & HARRISOjl
'. ; ..'." AUCTION AND ..'."..';': '" '
-'- ' Buy and sell on consignment kinds of ,
iLEBX3LlNl)ISK AOT OODKTBY PRODUCZ;-
',1'; ' T iwai give strtet pecspnal l ,
'.''.'tv..- ' ': . ' - i .
.lattentton to all business entrusted to our care.
vsf;- Four doors above cmaxioae Hoteur
CITY PEOPEKTT FOB SALE.
Any nerson destrlna to-Burchase a well Improved
, Bouse with nine rooms, and modern eon-
reniencea. one well of wateti brick kitchen.' within
Ave minutes walk of the public sqSLce, can be ac
commodated by applying at . '
declS THIS OTFICE.
iP O R T A! N T !
' .' -
FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Remember that we are the rulera in JgfLow Prices for Fine Clothing.
L. BERWANGER & BRO. Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent, )
T. T. SMITH. Agent C. C. Railway,
F. TV. CLARK, General Freight Agent, )
ALL KINDS OF
Drums, Band Instruments,
&c, &c, &c.
- -ALE AND POSTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to tar part of the dtyi free of charge for f 1.00 per
, r -in isk-
All orders leftat John Togel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention. -
;BUV4 . ! ' ,
J?1 'I'M '
, kV(CV 8. Bbowh, Proprietor,
Ute of, the KatUnal Hotel. Raleigh. a
C. S. Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W. O. Shelburn As
Charlotte, N. C.
a 5 -yy
TJNDEBTAKLVO . : :'! ';'' '"
The undersigned Is now prepared to nil all orders
for every class of Undertaking. Having on hand
full assortment of , . , . i
COFFLNS, CASKETS AND BUBIAL CASES, J
i I. .-.. . .. - . i ' .- j -.- '.'
: ;Both Wood and Metalle. : , - 5
f Af 0&AS AKT,
Hearses j furnished 4 desired.
of every Description" Repaired at saor',
tl4 uyuX:'- wVMl wTLHELSI,1
Just Printed and For Sale at Ihe' ;
OBSEBYER OFFICE 4