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nui lhfirmir1T.tu mvnrlirA with cutnt needed
. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : -DenZy,
fce (JwiJ) n arfttMcr . .... .$8 00
Six Months. 4 00
teani, and vrith the LrieuStyltx of Type, and
numnerofJoo wort eon now oeaonemutneaa
taspatci ana cheapne&t. we am mmxM, ax u,
notice, . . , . . . , , ,
TAOS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS, i f ' 1 '
PAMPHLETS, CZROVLARS, CHECKS, dC
Out of the county, postpaid, . -'"2? 10
Six Month..- ........... 1 00
charlotte; n. cM Saturday, june j, 1879.
" KOr 3,208.
Liberal Reaucttontjor Utuot,
jtof i iiMimin in n n mi i , ..wi.ii m-w mmm " -
Witr J nil
I J IBW '111 IB. I iff
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find the best assortment at the lowest prices at
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also
which they ca
v c i r .
tOt gult them upon
is now eomanicgh may be found a
full supply of House FurnlshUig Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow Caslims In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Tahl Damask llte SMe Yellow;
Napkln8Ws T?weto In every variety; Car
pets, Rug. Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Our stock ot Embroidery and Trimmings is large,
jnd will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
. J. ' .i J.
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand-
..w,hiof and S? Sun Umbrellas. Ton will find
them cheap, and everything else In proportion.
Call and see us. It will paf you. j , s
We have received another lot of handsome
In light shades, suitable for making Turbans. Also
a large line of Ladles' and Gents'
. TRUTs'KS ,
In all qualities. Those in need of such an article,
will de well to call on ' before purchasing. ;Do
not fan to see our large stock of - -ii. '
Fancy Dress Goods.
HATS & BONNETS,
Beth trimmed And untrlmmed, at greatly reduced
prices. - " I" 1
WHOLESALE AND EETilL
ALL K I N D S 0 K
A Full Line Of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS I
C0TF INS of all kinds on hand.
w-XFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 WiT Tbaib Btwebt.
" CniRLOTTETN: C-
.r- Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
I s, Summer Cassijueics
Special attention given to orders.
T. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C,
j... . EmlgTat.'-'--i
fThe University Magazine.
POLITlCiL ETHICS. Eofideosed. '
She elasped her hands on my arms,
. She-laid her cheek on my shoulder;
The tide of her tears fell warm -
On hands that trembled to hold her.
. I whispered a pitying word, '
( ; AS me snip movea siowiy apan,
Ana una gnei ox lue uicnuiesa inrareu
"v -; Its choking weight on my heart
Manual of Calhoun's Dtsquftition on Government.
Character of the Several Forms of Qov-
ernmenL - r v .
The ' popular or. democratic form of
government is of all the most complex
and dimcult to construct. The reason
is that in the other two forms, the aris
tocratic and the monarchical, the com
munity is divided into classes upon
which as a basis its is easy to construct
government. In the aristocratic there
are the nobles and;the people: in the
monarchical, the monarch, the nobles
and the people. Thus there is provided
a foundation upon which to , rest the
concurrent principle. But the case is
different in constitutional governments
of the popular form. Here there are no
artificial, organized, well-defined inter
ests, but we have to deal with the va
rious natural, often unorganized and
uncrvstalized interests that rise into
z. chandler is not a revolutionist He sticks to prominence and struggle among them
selves tor tne mastery, m tne struggle
disorder is apt .to prevail, and the end
of government to be defeated, and it is
found hard to apply the concurrent
principle. Another point is . that in
popular constitutional governments it is
a harder task to bring compromise into
play than in the other forms. In an
aristocratic government, the struggle
between the people and the nobles is
or graves m the evening' shade
Were green on a far off hill.
Where the Joys of her life were laid
With love that had known no chill;
But however her heart might yearn, '
We were facing the freshening breeze.
And the white wake lengthened astern
; On the rolling floor of the seas.
She quenched the fire of her tears,
: Uplifting her meek brave head,
"Or dark or bright be the years,
I will take courage," she said:
Smoothing back her loose-blowing hair.
And her shawl drawing closer the while,
So she drank in the strong sea air,
And left the old shore with a smile.
one brand, -AUanta Constitution.
"R1t Htlniwil tenmAn lire now Dackinz down the
sawdust with elephantine tread In a six dujs' walk
ing match in JJew York.
"Brkmoli holds his own." . says an exchange.
His c&nacltv belnir about two Quarts, this is really
doing very well indeed. Buffalo Express.
'What! Refuse to lend a paltry X to me your
other self?" "Tnat's why. You'd never return
the money. I know myself too well."
There passed over the Lake Shore and Michigan
more than ten miles long.
Miss Cialrmount the last of Byron's loves and
victims, died lu Florence the other day. &ne was
the mother of "little Allegra," and preceded the
Guldcloll in the poet's anecuons.
The offer of a "nickel plated revolver" as a pre
mium to subscribers to the Church Union, publish
ed in New York, ought to start a very hopeful re
vival in Texas. Karm City Times.
They do say that in September the Princess
Louise will we mean that the Marquis of Lome's
that is to say, the queen will again confound It,
we do not precisely know how to put it; yet such is
Now the boy climbs up the trees,
And the verdant fruit doth seize.
And immediately the poison In his stomach camps,
And so do the fidgets and the colics and the cramps.
A deep well at Stockton, Kansas, has run dry,
and is emitting sulphurous fumes. Mr. Dappin,
firmly believing that the bottom has fallen into
hell, maintains a position day and night at the
opening, with an axe at hand, ready to kill the
devil when he emerges.
Says the London Truth: "One of the West End
tailors was deploring with a friend the depression
of trade. 'Depend upon it' he said, when eminent
bankers in Lombard street come to me to have
their trousers reseated, there must be something
very wrong in the money market "
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 recognized
as standard authority in the fashionable world.. Our relations to, and dealings with the rnbllc, and the general standing of our house, will assure all In
telligent readers that the information given below Is authentic, reliable and correct. i, -
Several changes have taken place, both in shape and pattern, of fabrics in -Men's Garments, of which special mention will be made. The latest de
mand In Spring Garments la our new - - ?
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. , ; j ' " ..
Our St Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three or. four buttons, front cut a trifle longer, giving It a neat and graceful appearance, are made 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 of the most usef ui among the gar
ments of a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are 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, and In fine Felts and Straw Goods we are confident of universal approval.
Our Neck Wear assortment is almost unlimited in devices of shades aud styles, bnt boasts particularly upon the very recent Introduction of the Univer
sity Scarf. TJnlqne and very elegant
la White Vests we have a State reputation, and we wiU only assert "progress" in this season's selecUons. 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, both far and near, and their advantages will be the same.lor we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of Inspection before payment of bill.
Very respectfully, , . . ....
April 27, 1879. E-1. LATTA & BRO., The People's Clotheirs.
W. KAUFMAN & CO.
Wa have made the experiment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to Include the latest novelties
in Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
OUO L OO TTTT H H II NN N
OTTO'S ' O -O T sH H,n:SB N
o at. o o rTH'nuKH
OOO LLLL OO
H H II N NN
We invite nubile Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
rment wnicn is soia ax our nouse is warnmwsu w
i as represented, and In price less than can be
bought elsewhere. We continue :o sell
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best In the marked
we present this season to the consumer a fine
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Southern last month an empty freight train a little on the part of the former not SO much
to overthrow tne noDiuty as 10 partici
pate in its powers and privileges. The
man of the people does not really aim
to overthrow the aristocracy but to en
ter its ranks and become a recognized
member of the body. Thus there nat
urally exists on the part of both bodies
a tendencv to compromise, and this
spirit usually results in the nobility and
the people settling down upon a ground
In the case of a monarchy, both the
kinsr and the nobility in their struggle
with each other are apt to court the
peoDle. and thus without resort to force
compromise becomes possible. But in
an aosolute democracy, party conflicts
involving passion, pride, and avarice,
seldom end in compromise. The heated
partisans get to blows, revolution en
sues, and the result is apt to be military
Of the three forms, monarchy has
been the most prevalent, and generally
the most powerful and duraoie. un
this subject Guizotsays: "We see the
development of monarchy proceed for a
considerable time at the same rate as
that of society itself: they had a com
mon progression. And not only had
they a common progression, but with
every step that society made towards
its definitive and modern character,
monarchy seemed to increase and pros
per; so that when the work was con
summatedwhen there remained in the
great States of Europe little or no im
portant ana decisive mnuence out mai
of the government and the public it
was monarchy that became the govern
ment." It may be said that one reason why
monarchy has been the most prevalent
form is because, in its absolute form, it
is the simplest, the most natural and
the most easily constructed. It is fur
ther nearer to military power that into
which all absolute governments are apt
to run. The causes that make the
strength of monarchical government
ATTEST III, L A'D I E S
We have this day added to our stock a splendid line of Buntings lu
ERSKISE AND DUE WEST COLLEGES.
Condensed Programme of Examina
tions and Commencements.
Correspondence of The Observer.
The public examinations will begin
on the following dates this year, and
continue from day to day until they are
completed. The examining boards of
the respective colleges and Theological
Seminary have been appointed and will
be in attendance at the several exami
nation rooms, as follows:
Female College, Tuesday, June 24.
Erskine College, Wednesday, June 25.
Theological Seminary .Saturday, June 28.
Friday night, 27th, the Euphemian
and Philomathean literary societies of
Erskine College will present diplomas
to their graduating members in their
rooTUxoHva ha a KPV M II. Mll?K. 1J.
D Elf D., of Richmond, Va wiU de- may be summed up under three head-
liver the anniversary, ana nev. j. u. x. mgs: x. (svmjjiy y :?
PLAIN AND LACE EFFECTS.
Also, an excellent lot of BLACK GKENADINE3. from 20c. to $1.25; and a general line of new and desirable Dress Goods at the most reasonable
prices. A Special lot of
BLACK CASHMERES AND ALPACCAS.
NEW THINGS IN HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
An early Inspection of the above will be to your interest. Gentleman, you will find our stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING the most com
plete In the market, at our well-known and popular low prices.
WITTKOWSKY & BABUCH.
Lowry, of Selma, Ala., the medal ora
tions in the Euphemian hall, and Hon.
J. C. Maxwell and Col. J. S. Cothran, of
the State, will make addresses in the
Satnrdav.-28th.-8--o.-m.. the tarewell
Military character. 3. Susceptibility of
improvement. Nos. 1 and 2 have al
ready been" discussed. 3 This suscep
tibility of improvement is due to the
existence ot hereaitary sovereigns ana
heriditarv nobilitv. When these are
;the best makes in the country. There
i found in our stock a complete ime or
toe Ft, Stiff Tnd "Stow Hats, and any kind of 1 . Monaay nigni, rfuui,
nx..nx.x.n'a tsimiahinff anods. Don't Durchase hv- four members of the lunior class
VJPlllliOIHWIi a miiwixxxxn .: - . "J
mAof;A, thoV t P. nssnpiatinn and heriditarv. it is easv to improve tne
missionary society. Addresses to be government, for there virtually exist
made by speakers, invited specially tor
Sabbath, 29th, baccalaureate sermon
by Dr. Hoge; and the sermon before
the theological students by llev. P. F.
before you examine our-slock, as the cheapest
jand iir declamation by four members
of the sophomore class.
Tnewlav. Julv 1st. meeting oi uoarus
two principles acting against each oth
er. Out of the contest grow popular
rights. When thieves fall out, honest
men get their dues an old adage home
ly, but true. So too it .may be said that
when political robbers quarrel and con
tend for the mastery, the people the
mass of the community get their mo
dicum at least of rights and privileges.
4 Another cause of the prevalence of
monarchy is its capacity tor expansive
Can bejiad at
' if. KAUFMAN A CO.'S,
: ConuMS Trvie and Tryon Sts.,
Charlotte. M. C.
reduced SH per eeiit., National, Publishing Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa. V . .
lays the foundation for substantial fortunes every
seek.' and nays as immense percentage of profits
by-the new . capitalization . System of operating in
stocks. ' Fun" explanation on application to Adams,
Address Great Western Gui Wprfe, FJttsbun
RKHJ ITRRB. NW M II TTTTU
V a UBRNNNH
'F 0 UBEHNKJU
K ITU B Bit NN II
UU R BEBq
Directors of the Theological Seminary sovereignty. Under its auspices a larg
will meet at 10 o'clock a. m.; trustees or
Erskine College at 2 o'clock p. ra.; Di
rectors of the Female College, at 4
o'clock p. m. . .
7 : 80 The annual aeDate panicipaieu
in by members of the senior class; two
representatives from each society.
Wednesdav, 2d Commencement in
Forenoon Graduating orations by
mfimbers of senior class : baccalaureate
hand presentation of diplomas to the
i : A nn,r W AT
graauaies uv preaiucui, tcv. n.
Grier, D. D. '
Afternoon Anniversary oration, by
Hon. J. H. Bice, of Ninety Six, S. C.
Meeting of alurani association at 5
NTicrhtJ-Atnm-nfB essav before the
Ametian society of the female college
by Miss Lizxie Quigg, of Conyers, Ga.
Adaress uexore ino iuuium (bow
er extent of country may be kept to
gether without danger to the govern
ment and to civil liberty. Under the
monarchical form lanre areas of terri
tory may be brought under one head-
all of which douotiess is aue unuie em
ciency of the executive department of
the government, xne monarcmcai
form excels we may say in governmen
tal methods. Swift, to execute its de
crees, no wonder such a form should
illustrate efficiency and strength and
commend itself to ineh in every age of
the world. No wonder further tluit
monarchv should 1)6 so generally deem
ed as the Dersonification of legitimate.
sovereignty M of the collectiye wiU and
as Guizot suggests " is the meaning of
monarchy as understood by the people,
and which is the motive of their gener
al adhesion to it. The same author ex
presses the same idea strongly and gives
another reason in aaaiuon to tnose sug
gested by Calhoun why the principle of
Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for S6.no. ' Cui 512X0 English Teed Suit sells r.ow fev 1 0. Our $1 8 and $20 French and English Cassimere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price. SK.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods 'at greatly re
Unlaundried shirts for 50 cents. The very best made in the United States for Si 00 Linen Collars S2.00 per dozen, and all goods In proportion,
and see before buying elsewhere, as we. nre tlie rulers of le w prices.
June 1, 1879.
L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
3r- Mt -
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c :.ni i"ijiiifr e; iif wnoif:..-'.T
-.;, -.fj r;i.Kl3t f.f fw ' " ' I
Jt. ft. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
, x ivi r!flsrwl'.
b5?iji!ui.'irtf las-' M
rrtmlriffi Uut fc.'Jdld.i
i Stock J&vei7 La andembracaFufi Uneof
o IS w'l :. s o f t !
ittebar?, Pa, l tion of Erskine College, by 4. JVi. Mc
Neil, Esq., of x ork, b. U.
'uHAnvfr.fnf.nV, iif lYlOilUlB Tf. IRA 51 IIP
. nmn-r. cessful competitors in the respective monarebjv has been and is so common.
iPLASTER . SdSSn Wot commi&e on Itls,-uizo a depositoiT and
A yA1iHHr r z.JZn, oniamftfirm.-v.' .. Brotector-of public nhts,.ot general
. . ' . r, . niruilJD ciixyj. , ,. . . IJ.x. j -jf J.1 S-, -7.e,l-
See that each piaster nas me worn -r---x-- , Thursday 3d
. . m . J1L.A ink I -0t -w-. r. 1 -. ---vl I CxftC
WW nanBI TtT- AP&ating essays; and persentation cy, the centre aod W of society. that
of diplomas to senior class; bacpalan modern monarcny nas . presenieu iiseii
Teate by President Rev. J. I. Bonner, to the people, and, m .obtaining their
j) I) 3 adhesion, has made their strength its
Night-Students and teachers' recep- own." Sound .views these are, and il-
tio-and commencement soiree in the lustrated totfay in a government like
i ju oil . .. !- arA that of Great Britain!
The Tftili-dld authorities have extend- . Howevefc as to the enlightened influ-
ed the usual privileges to visitors to
and from cornmencement. : . , v
your physician as to Its merits over all others.'
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Va., and 'thence, all Bail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard AhvLine. - 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.
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent, )
T. T. SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway, Charlotte, N. C.
F. W. CLARK, General Freignt Agent, j
April 30 d5m.
IcMIf i lUBSC ;10pE lAElL-CfIE, S. C.
TkYON street7in Insurance BtjILding.
v ? up o? swia:'f,
mraen.a rvasuuMthtum .
and win completely change
MS Dew?Bl6h Blood,
plood, In the entire
exaon who will take
ayatem mtDrMmenuu.ri'W imnwu
ooeoill each night from! to 12 weeks, may be le-
mred to sound health. 11 sue a tnmg oe ixilm
aZ$m mtui for 8 letter stamps. L S. JOHNSON
nnt w man for 8 letter stamps.
ii : ;jHaVe'0ne at 111 ot 'Em.
ences of the day, Calhoun holds that
they are adverse to monarchy a view
confirmed by the condition; of Europe
in 1879. If, however, the choice is to be
made between monarchy and a goyeni
inent based apoit the homerical princi
ple, the former is to De preierrea. uei
a tMiisville Couiter-JournaLl
the Cwrirhdth'Uis'U av, ter, far, better, ltftufiOT'indnap.
a representative at every male college cliy; .than ar-mccFacy- .If. -.ooweyet,;
i - - . JL- i Al, TT-.-. 4 4- rrl Gfo f . -wVltA wVAlrWk'i la ilnintnfl -fftrm.flf -tlflVi
nommencemsnti in tuc vj uhui wwud. incii x ....wx..-.
. . - . . . , . I J ..1 J .1 X. X..- ! 1 . ,-.,--.. T MI n
this season. JNOC tnac jimieDu. i iu; eruiueiw cuitiut& i'1'
o A T ffn A TTOTFJ j' 1 :flict its readers withreporta of them ciple as its:vital element, themall other'
b A'JLrtHU A,-. flU X Mj, "Jff dntiesof these correspondents feoilwntr'whatevisr ftwd must
.it 3ft, Witt M :!tarmt'l Sii riJSti
tfejE.cj -S tool ii;L .iM win i-a si mill v to listen 10 uxo ujrHuwua.f.iuve .wnr-M w iMiutiiw.wv.
vauas or uununux r"" .r zzix , .. ny.nmm-.-n ii9 as tn nwnt. .-wiL3 st rovirnment
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"if Sit . p-Wes-reBCtorytiUd7cdiscipli the
Jade 8 1m,
t gloomy arid peculiar "youthwji'. wa
'Ms worit. in t.hp. snlitude of his own onei-s
lality' Thfi p-'ftppnfotiott of this med-Lthing to set it ilghfc Not Mhea-Seo--i draughts
al fin theniOOftearroF anft . Str aigji; andOJOlnseft eye? inwnfix.jm iwt ifs mucn io
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