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Out of thfoomty, postpaid,..!, . a 10 T"i '" 1 ' ' j , - " 1 .:,.... ,..f:; ; ( . ' ,r . :,: ,
ftffijSS , j , - CHARLOTTE, N. C., FRIDAY, MAY 23. 1879. ' " NO; 3 195;
t f.l 4-llTzTiLnnfI(C c in! MTHrtiii I ri? t.a ok. . I .-.-i-- ... . ... I . ; : : n . . ' ! : :
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mid the best assortment at the lowest prices M
4 i. - !-nl!i-.
! hi i't'H
is ) u T
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
which they can save moneft ;Our stock of Taney
Is now complete, among which' may oe found a
full awtf ply of Boose Viuntshihc Gooda, " kfieetmg
and Pillow Caslnxs' In Linen and Cotton, Llgen ;
itklrWlM TmW8 ererAmeW; Car
pets, Rugs, Mattings a'nd OH Cloths.
Oui stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSIERY, GLOVES; HANDKERCHIEFS, COB-
n if- j X i- if .Wilil am -u. vS4 !
. BOTH-raMMTO lWD trimtniMiD.
ThelKtewest Shapes Out CalU and See Them.
i . . .- '. . ;j- . ....
v -;fi . ! v..,:: s
J : ' or.i- i.ltfi !.:-. :
ALSONEW LOT OK
Owss LmenV toTUtd ttrtfll Vdtrile 1 Patterns; Silk
Grenadines In Mack and Colors.
WUITUUI OH IB DIATH OF XB. B. TRAHK WILSOH.
Alone tnoa goest forth, fcrsve, gentle spirit.
To learn th nurftfAi-b nf th uta, A ;LvnTl. .
Clad in thy Savior's strength, with Him to inherit
a an jvj uuspuaen oi my neavenly home.
Alone each one of ns must meet the herald, '
Who brings our summons to attend the King; -'
whether on ocean's treacherous wave Imperilled.
Or where the roar of arms la thundering;
Whether on peaceful couch, by loved ones tended
' WOO WStehflll 4a MA v loWkv4n Iwuith .
Or poororiorn, despised and mibefriended.
Alone we look Into thy face, oh. Death.
And yet not all alone; our Elder Brother
Has made the dark and gloomy valley bright
with His blest presence. Like the tenderest mother
Be gently leads hl . own into the light
wm? ten what rapturous visions splendid,
Were to thy sight revealed when opening
The gates of peart; angels thy soul attended
u hub presence 01 my uod, the King.
lit who can tell what strains of music swelling ' '
. .. Through heaven's high arches, pealed thy wel
come hornet .
That blessed home, thy heavenly Father's dwell-
Where no rude dissonance can ever come;
But Dure and loftv harmnntMi vhnu nmhiuo
Unmixed with earth-tones, unperplexed with- j
Give thy rapt soul, in rich divine completeness,
Perpetual pleasure, through th' eternal years. '
And who can tell but now the saints in glory
Have hushed their golden harps to list and hear
AJSr uewiy-aaaea voice cnant tne "Old Storv"
7 I f)f fifui'a Mbumlnn Inm ....
LISLS, LACE AND KID GLOVES AND MITTS. ! ? .li. J lAj J . . $ . ;
?S, 1 '"'s1"1 wu, we mourn in saaness
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
Ask to se our Tenr Cents Iittm Cambric- Hand
kerchief arid ' SS'-BtnV'fbllaar !To win find
them sbeap, and everything else In proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you. -
ELIAS ft COHEN.
n rn i r. jfcffcii-fci-fcffarhi
Be sure and look at our
That marveUoux tnfcw" m
Till all the Joys of heaven, in perfect gladness, '
Shall be united in one grand Amen.
Oh! friend, thou hast gone before; watch at the
For us, who may soon follow God above
Grant to Thy chastened ones the bliss immortal
Te meet again and sing and praise Thy love.
rue strike of the New York 'long-
TBE ORSEk FA R JOB DAfAKTMIMT
Ex been thoroughly supplied iooA nery mh!mI
wmt, mriwtiti U" P Siytes of Type, and every
manner of Job Work can now bedontvf&Ameatfie$L
gaca and cheapness w$ ean tyrr4t at Short
BLANKS, BlLL-SiADS, f.lM 1
f xiea cxi73s; postxxs, ,7
' PKOGRA IfUK.I SAftn- kttj
PAMPHLETS, CIKCVLAES, Cggpgg, g '
TAe Progress of the ToumNeto Build-
; -ingsrThe Mineral Springs and Vie
' 1 Mineral Wealth of the Section.
Kmo's Mountain, N. C, May 19, To;
To the Editor of The Observer:
This village of historic name, located
within a few miles of the King's Moun
tain battle ground, and the grave of
importance. Six years ago or there
about the steam whistle on the Atlan
ta & Richmond Air-Line, now th At.
janut or jnarioite Air-Liine Railway
matwumuiiiu mi welcome SOUDd to
the ears- of. the - protrressive hf
this section ft The site of this now pros-
iwuuiuui nan iubu out rorest and
worn-out fields, unembellished save bv
Luc giun mi yji. uatuie. . xime, nowever
has wrought a great change in the as
pect of things here ; the energy wtoch
nas oeen uismayea inonr villacro Kao
been remarkable, -and the growth has
oAucjjcuL.jc cn iio -TiLuucipaiions or its
mostsancuine citizens : the f orpsta navo
been hewn down andstately mansions
have been erected, where the majestic
oak and the scraggy black-jack stood.
Its - worn-out fields have been t.ranc
fonned into highly productive garden
spots andL clover fields, and amidst all
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
the energies put forth in worldly pro
gress, our church spires mount ur
wards in numbers that would inriipntA
that our citizens had not been unmind-
.-.1 .J! 1L a : i -w
iui ui ma worsnip 01 uoo.
We can now boast of three
churches, One a handsome structure of
brick, each of which will comfortably
seat from three -toujour hundred per
sons. Within the last twelve months
some splendid business houses have been
erected. Messrs. Mauney Bros. & Rob
erts now occupy their new double-story
brick store, frontinar fiftv feet rronr.
on Railroad Avenue. On the opposite
sme or tne railroad Messrs. J. W. Gar
rett & Co. have iust comrJeted a snin-
gized. and adjourned over until next SlffS&g!SS
The trial of Thomas Buford for the. gentlemen is to invite summer resi.
murder of Judge Elliott, at Frankfort, dents 'to Kifig'ff Mountain, and the lo
Ky has been transferred to Owenton, cation is splendid for that purpose. Sit
in Owen county, Ky July 8. uated in one of the healthiest portions
A abv show onened in niwat r-a 01 ine fecate 1,250 feet above sea-level,
.. i'luJ sJlor ppenea in uiewsters I v.TnmYirfir -a m
BRIEF NEWS ITEM
TT TT rTtn a TTTivso inestn
-i- Ajxill VTIVJill shoremen continues.
The Underwriters' Association of the Stt & Co LvnTcSeted
South met in Atlanta Wednesday, or- a tJW
Kiuiizeii, ana aajournea
CALL AND SEE OUR MARSEILLES QUILTS.
T. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
E. SS. JK -tnPlets and tains on the west thefe Pfa no reason w
ALL KINDS. OF
O U R-
CHEAP BEDSTEADS t
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
5 CENT COUNTER
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
-MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
' - 'A-
i(; i " ! LOUNGES- i
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I
PAJLLQRhAND CHAMBER UlT!.i.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. d
W COFFINS of all kinds on band.
and the Bine Ridge and South moun-
three or four pairs of twins. ' XS1
A dispatch from Kev West. "Fla nn. i mer resort - for health ir and nlenanro
der date of the 2lst, says: "The city, is- seekers." The, water here is unsurpass
land and port are perfectly health v. I ed and within an hour's ride fmm ih
yellow fever or epidemic exists in eith- village, at the base of Crowder's moun-
er. Any report to tne contrary is un- tarn, is tne notea mineral spring known
true." as the All-Healinsr SDrinc. This water
The Indiana temperance W mf. 3 Mr "
at Indianapolis, Wednesday. S nomi-
ZiiK tsetse g &S&S MeS fiarSn
strations were so noisv that the nnii 5?-tneUae- Ane e?sfs-. Garrett &
had to be called in. i10!11.11 ror fent ,or
ickc, uiu unt) is a nue opening ior
Memorial day was observed in Ttieh- some enterorisine hotel man t
mond, Va, Wednesday. .The graves The school here, tinder the manage-
tXrOVA DfMnm nrifli . . J 11 I mAnf -P 4 . . I . . 1 , . " .
iTxooucnu niiu nunris. auu luh im- I '"cm ui i to cuiuicut , urinKinai. I anr
J inense 'monument was covered from Bell, is flouiishing, and has already at-
uasm w ayA.. omur.s jyvus, jrnenv- """w auuu a wiue-spreaa reputation
eted jthe memorial Mdreaaj iFrein 15,. that we deem it. hardly necessary to
000 to 20,000 people visited the Grounds fmention it Sufflceft to sav it. is vnr.
-during the day. thy of its reputation, and may be class-
The sorine meeting of the Maryland 2?PP ust -".scnoois in
ti . ;.rsr.', Quttc. . . ... . , -
Kwiey wuu was Jiiciutrumied wennea-j mt.s .xj x : . . ....
davaftemnnn at. TtaiHr T . : im8uo?F wpmuierai..re-
tendance wa 5uSt Amon7 tto em?eMW
Visitors twlav iroro Snofnrc 1lonr, "uu "u FViyWjr. iUerH IS lUSO &
I&JL Blaine. MorriU and A
aZt11' f tbe Was al- BSSil!; SSrtMerSbSS
r.nP.VIiar iX anrlthn hrinlr mnvf.
this Clay StOOd the test for 5&ven years
in Xew York Monday and TnesHav '1'in an: iron furnace.- A samnle of the
onwui t;Ai.L, at uisue to reacnea tne total or 250,000 bales,; at J uricsis now on exniomon -in; the .agri-
an aavance or 4 to 1 cent per pound. 1 "Eurai aeparnnent at Kaieignv; The
ihere has not been so excited a scene Ming's Mountain1 gold mine 1$ about
on the cotton exchange for a loner while two miles distant from ; this placer the
as was witnessed both Tuesday and ToTOanyhavB'Tei3entI
monaay, consequent upon advances of "Quzoieec aeep: craanuuesof
i. - , -T . -w . - . I .TJ T. 1 A ... .
a su-ong marKet m Liiverpooi. su uave oeen taKen. rrom tms mine,
Ex-Oovemor Sp.vmonr nf Tw vmV. Sffi.WP-P1!0".? W atUK Of
in a recent inleryiew 'nreeH 2- remain, as they Jiave just struck
..llLlh! i!" ' 8688011 toere 13 natura deslre to know what tt newest, latest and most fashionable styles, and also who are' ri,d
tendar anthortty in the taahl
telUpmt readers that the tnf orniatlon given below Is authentic reliable and correct -
Several changes hare taken place, both In shape and pattern, of fabrics In Men's Garments, ot which special mention will be made. The latest de
mand In Spring Garments Is onr new .r""H,WSiae
WEST END SACK. 1 ;
the ?- appear-
ofrrirgteSures.CUtaWay FrOCk' tbree r four buttons' fWnf cut a mtu longer- " a nea an1 craeeful appearance, are made up In every variety
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 Isoneof the most .L-.
menis 01 a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are French CasUiwrs. ftnmltP ni mrin,,. ,tt,m, f i.kww. "
ranl wo is complete, with every novelty in fabrics, and the shun. am nrf.t Tn
tlvated tastes, and In fine Felts and Straw Goods we are confident of nnlrcrsal approval.
vur new wear assortment Is almost anllmited In derlces of shades and tvna. hut iwvkt.. J-'.:..:: .
slty Scart. Unlaue and very elesant . r.. - , .
In White Tests we have a State reputation, and we wiU oni? aSsert "nKwress." tn n.i whq n- 1 :
counters only reliable and standard goods, and in the rapid Increase of our business we are assured of the nubile', nnr.rprf.nt.nn
we invite the attention of all, both far and near, and their advantaiw ni h it .m. .in , 1
of Inspection before payment of bill. . Bwuaw OWMVU 'HW wirapntiieee
April 27 1S-7Q ' Verj respectfully, .......
April 27, 1879. E-D- LATTA & BRO., The People's Cbtheirs. ;
COME AND SEE BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE !
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city. P.emember that we are the rulers in Low Prices for Fine Clothin".
April 22, 1879.
L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
No. A Wrst Tradi Stbxst.
I) R Y O O 0 "D S
t Indies' and enltemeirs Ikirlal Robes a
f ne supply.
-HA Ml I :-!T0..
in a recent interview, expressed the.
opinion mat resioent nayes vetoes
wm unite tne uemocranc party and
1 A A. !1 m l t t m .
.iirt it ouii or tne trouoies springing from
the differences of opinion about candi
dates and finances. The Democrats of
all shades and sections will be of one
mind about the military.
In the Summerville (Mass.) police
court Tuesday, Edward Reardon and
Thomas Murphy, each nine years of
age, were arraigned on a charge of man
slaughter, in causing the death. Mon-
i day,-or iiattle tioodspeed, by; throwing
stones. Murphy was liberated on bail
or 400 being furnished, but Kearden
was committed in der ault or 800 bail.
Tlie Virginia State colored conven
tion. Tuesday perfected a plan of orsran
izatiori throughout the State, and adop-
ji w-we arr wertn ,rijqn;,BKGAiRa is or tne colored people. The plan of or-
tricts and heads of county organizations.
The fionvent.ioih indorsed Men. flrnnt
.fi XI 0 1 Si Si I J i 3 i i t ; f or the next presidency.
H. MORRIS & -BROS ?3 The Iowa Democratic State convex
kii (& ' iiH tion met at Council Bluffs Wednesday,
RP. .UH-iht.te ' ? there heino- a fnll attendance. (Urn. A.
C. Dodge was chairman, and upon ta-
11 .1 1 J -1 1 AT 11 Ll .
,0Su V" 'T
MJ .-..'nsW Hill t li'!'":
(.' tMic5 -.wi v.V ?(p: , :-''.!:.:?i-'.'
KJU( A H If II
TTTTU I IT RUB E KB
J I UK
U lUBBR ES
UvU BB '
UU K BUI
king the chair denounced the Republi
can party for. forcing resumption, and
urged the union tif alf elements oppos-
eu to LiiaL party.
a rich vein in thenew: shafts
; , JJobRoy.
Washington Personal Jiewitems;
Washington. Mav 2i.- "Wilsoii j.
Vance, formerly appointment clerk of
thejtrqpssiry, has been appointed chief
cleric of the Indian office.
Judge John F.Dillon, of the United
States Court for the eiehth district.
which includes Iowa and Minnesota.
has resigned, and; Hon. , Geo. W- Mc-
Kjmry, secretary or war, will De appoint
ed to fill the vacancy. Mr. MeCrm v
will not leave the cabinet until the 1st
of September next,, Judge: Dillon is It
accept the law professorship at the Co
lumbia University, of New York,
Associate Justice Hunt, who was su
ill last winter that his life was despair
ed of, is rapidly improving, and his
friends are encouraged to hope that lie
will resume his -duties in the Supreme
Vice-President Wheeler will not re
turn .to Washington during the present
session. He suffers much ..from nerv -
OUStieSS. - '-';"-''!
Celebrating a Birthday and a Marriage Anni-
The hospitable home of Represenfa-
H. H. Trimble was I tfYe.Vanef .
. ..iJ .si.V.i v" t
W. KAUKMAN & CO.
nominated by-acclamation for Gover
nor, and Moses Bloom for Lieutenant
Governorvtof-ijt i .' . . - 1
We have made. the. tPt of .purchasing
mas w mcioae iue;uuestT nvreiw
. WtMk so eomoleU
In Men's, Youth's. Bora ana unuareJira i
& O. ROOXRSrCXBOOk&,
E 6 5
" Siock li very Lar, aiiaembraoMs FuU JnlJ
"' ;v-yiU a-js to irfqfiaa yf0-t
AkLOH. CHAMBER. PINING ROO r :
:v .'. u.'-. v; :
. ." AMD " "- " ' ' '-' ; .-
Umea ready To clve quotation of prleea. JCrery
rvaiew wtoia at oar doom is mmawu
i as represented: and In prtoe less than can be
bought elsewhere. We cQQUnue to sell
Cheanerihan any other noose, as we did the
lUVVICX FURNITURE !
-t;i.:iu sat . " ' - - ' I- '-tunk
AD Goods Packed Tree of .Charge
i rained the reputation of be
Jngthe best a.th Bark5. v .jr
lbieiwiihla season to the consumer fc fine
'vr 'wif?! ""mnl p!Tf' S 'e?ji"'wr''!2?T?'v-
Iriludlng therbest. iinatesImth)eou ejimrm
cah'alsobe found liiour7twTePBPW-n!
naiFeUUi! and tui8waaa ,.pi u,ia
Gentlemen's Furnishing oW tn't .pwhaaei
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest -
3JfUT BUT-; . '
CanbKhadats - it;wOT1a wg,r U
. v Comer Trwla and tryon Stj.c
April 10. 1 ; Charlotte, N. C.
Scene of mirth and gayetv last:. Tues
day, the 13th. It was the birthday of
the eiierar brother, e-Governor and
now Senator Vance., and'also the anni4
Vers$ry; Mm own iaiuBto&8:h Sen
ator and hildest so& svere ttere: to
gether wittLtUe brother's family and a
I large number .friends J, Jb64h othe
r J -i.; 1 j a. , . mm ... .
Yia Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRATAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
juSttfas sass biiis f .
April 30 d5m.
K S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITH. Agent C. C. Railway,
F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
Charlotte, N. G
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
i ; v i i -: i i . x
aS- 1 ..
jg- .f. f.;I.h yif.
ALL KIKDS OF
MUSICAL ORGANS !
' ' ACCORDKONS,
; FLUTES, FIFES, :
; Dmins, "Biiii'd Instruments,
'. ' " 8;e., &s., Ac. . .
m .: r- B :H". m
k2 Q' ' fa
'f t j- TJ
iiffll - I IE 15.
Pi, r.fh cjifj-i
The Adventtet Sacrifices-Letter from Mrs. Freeman-
Mrs. Hattie Freeman, wife of ChasJid
umuv &iiivu mxjus uiud kui uiiua Hue Alii rftftiva Ttafa . ua vna. if thn nvnof ii;.v.
sane beUef that he wa riorifvinff God. ;;rjr!i"
lias 'Written a'-aetterMto1 nervSiStexS'Tle-: th sutiijt--.ifari . nenroaon fa
scribing the f atel . f anatacwhichledM the city had been there it would have
tu ui.o Bijriu8 ui -tuiiu. ..ouo wrtiuio taKea a Jiouae wiUtthe caDacitvf one
whole aim follows toaaa fyfear, not ; toelawafeau
souls and seeK ; mmseir eternal me." : -a : t Kentnckr Scandal
band felt that Gpd required him to have j i;
the f aitlr-drAbraham afad'offer up his fhA.v jvrv yk thar tWrt
child as a Bayafloyrbut ha-lelt it would i years ago Mr. W.1L TomUnson, of that
"u Jftw - "yt""1" i city, a brotherx)Tieeeretary lielknap's
fhoughtJGMwoPliffeilhf ehild to be J wire. marrM JeslieBnckner. of
lmfffJI.A.HFW..n W 11.1 il '- ' ' T
. XlLCl LUD UU11U was &XU
lirftftnviHff Miss.i an fuomnnlmhArf Anrl
she sayrtheMtthat ii, God s plan befttetiful gtrfc andi cotusinot Senatdr
fWlfH1 ( linsonlias jiisi oiscdyeahiimproper
and 15Ve. But,"says Mrs. . Freeman, j intirrtav iwhwppn his wifAT.i tku
? the time ban so farpassed and we fare
goingtq manifest His power and glory t forced from both, the wifeideclarlnier
S?WlFsim?2rfn.?r .5 that Bowman had drugged her with
thw'Wrjrld.?;Goa crant ;it,-maV. Le so! I mi; ,aY9-nA hf HorfA trinfo.
SHffiEfcfe Bowmaa:nedto Washington;
J... imni - - ikon's aL.-A.JJ
l-S,? WySHh l man, nephew fn7JH regent tbe
aM brlmeiCharlie Still flunks jGodia J mZ3iM.-Zt Kantirfc fan fanna
SSXVi? Ji.Y?' i " further said jnat Tomnnsoiv was
tElCThju:.ieinnocenth prevented from ktilin Bowman by the
.-tf.jittyearitt uiterfereuw of his ifather vndfhft ape
! miBtaken faith fafCrod."-- tJ- - neal' of hisl mother-- j f -
li - ThBYesidencetair.'Haryey .Terry. Th eVs?ii LL Stough and F. M. Jor-
P of Columbia, was totally: destroyed toy j dan are conducting a protracted meet-
nre i uesaay mgnr, ing m me wusi cuurcn m BaeiDy,
,::;T - -
ii.'Hl 'JiJiH'V-'j IiViil gtUirit'
iTRYrON. STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
D. O. MAXWXLL.
- C. V. HABBiaOH
AXWKLL & IURItlS0V
-AUCTION AND :
' 1 i- i .ii , t. ! i. 1
I -3 '
Buy and sell on Consignment an.ktnOs of
MEHCHANDISK AND CO UN THY PE0DUCB;-
' ,j "1 ' c ,f' !,'
; . ; ;W1U giv strict personal : '
' ' j ii ' )H 'i i rt .t.i
attention to all business entrusted to our care.
Fotfr floors aove Charlotte Hotel.
KLTi IMPROTSD t" i , s L ' t'tq
-If t- '-f'M tjj-. I
.1' f.if iCITXJPBOPEBTXJfOE8ALK,i)JKUj
c'u J. i Si.jf 1!u4l5J. tff't irt; fc. k'l fej ll t-fvi . o
'ABTtferBoft deslrhig to pntchase-s well Improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modem coo
vedlenoes, ftne well ol water, fcriclc Jcltcben, within
five minutes walk of the public square; canto ae
eommodated by applying at
4ecl8 THIS OFFICE.
ALB AHD POBTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue.
to any part of the cJtrV free of charge for $1.00 per
F. C MUNZLEB.
' All orders left at iohn Total's tailor shop will re
celve prompt attention. - i i .vj ..,'1
STOP AT THE: ' , .i f - '
J BOTDEN- MIOUSR
! t '
, 'Sail3burjr.N,Ctij' all'
.C, & Baowir;roprIetor, ,
XLatonT tbe National HofeUBalelgh.
C. & Brown, Jr., Chief Clerk; W. a Shelbura As
- tfstant. . . .
: : The undersigned Isnow prepared to fill all orders
for eve'rV class of Undertaking.' 1 Having on hand I
full assortment of .
XFFINS, CASKETS AND BUBIAL CASES', Y
IBoth Wood and Metane."'L
' i St 1
F.PKICKS AS tOW AS AMt.
, ,. . , : Hearses furs Is bed If desired. , .v-
.. j , . J .t -f f , 'i; t-f u r-T
Vnrnlture or every' Lscripdon'Bepalred' at'SneV)
With & Or Bogers, Trade StreetQ
t' V TrAPPBX)TED'F0B3iil
Just Printed and For Sale a tbe 1