, i i . . . . . . . i -t-
the oBsxnris job vErABTMSMr.;'
Hm been thoroughly supplied with every needtd
want, and with the Lateel BtyUt of Type, and mery
manner of Job Work cannon be done with neatneu.
disgitch and cheapness We am furnith, at Short
BLINKS, BILL-HEADS. J; r
, ; ..; TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS, t IT
' PROGRAMMES, H AND- ILLS.
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS; CHECKS, etO. "
iixtdy, V (PHtvaiiSi advance
ftiz Mouths. - v.
TAw Momrvi. .
One Month. .
WEEKLY EDITION :
M'eeldv, (n the county) . . .
Out the county, postpaid,
Six Montht. .
Liberal Reductionsjor Club.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
1 j' j.
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
t PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
i PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
&r COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ,
No. 5 Wkst Trabs Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
tr Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial Roixta-a
Jan3 . -
US BNN N
V RRB N N N
TJR RN NN
II TTTT IT
UU R KKBI
E. (i. ROtJERS' WAREROOMS,
My Slock Is very Lr, vnd embraces a Full Une of
fARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING BOO
All Goods Packed Free of Charge
Q.ROCXRIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS I
I -ft IT - rV'V !
Come to-me- ff Babon, Ckmi, uarf Coffee, Mo
lapses, and other Family Groceries.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
BEST RTE WHISKEY. 1
nA lf a rvinntr TTn.mil. ' I sell for Cash..
,'.r .,.;,,i'l -yT! 7l T:' "TSi im aZrJi A
' Next door below Wilson A Blaelt'frWd MAQO
- ?Jtitl ' - lump Diawr ,
The Bourgeolse and Minion type on which tnw
nam tvn fnimdrv. of Philadelphia, ana wai
nnvtr fit far USA. DU Oil'
)R Kama nAAAoaurr ta use a uinereni
style of type. It will do good service .tot J
hau .mAhri tAnt nf fid tO l.tKK)tt).JWtth OX
without cases.: Address OBSERVER,
oct5 Charlotte. N. C,
" 'FOIL SALB.J1
That valuable property In this city Irnowrj aa the
T i i...r.Ju Ulan Ar MpRAfl. - This 1811-
nery la conveniently located, and has, all the latest
unproved machinery. v :
Bark and hides low and In abundance. ;
For particulars address
Mie: lot pSr-
May 9th, 1 879 -dlaw3mw3m
WELL ntPROVSD . , ; , j ,
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Any person desiring to purchase a wel Impnwwa
City Lot, Bouse with nine rooms, and morn eon
veniewces, fine well of water, brick UtehenwUhtn
Ave minutes walk ef the publlc square, can be act
commodated by applying at THI30KKICE.
LftCE MITTS. LflCE MITTS-
. s n J
We havft Just received by a late express a nice
and full line of black, white and all the shades of
LAGE SILK MITTS.
Also a large lot of
CREPE LISSE RUFFLING
In black and hlte; Also a fulf' Une of black and
white Skirt Facing. Also another lot of white
Linen arid Victoria Lawns.
You can get the White Bullion Fringe very cheap.
As the season for Spring Goods Is passing, we
call attention to the fact that we are now selling a
nicery .trimmed ; ' ; , '
FOR ABOUT HALF ITS VALUE.
Also a nice Une of
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Closlng out very cheap, and many other lines of
goods at reduced prices. If any one Is in need of
They would do well to call and procure a lot of our
unlaundrled shirts for less than the material can
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
We iiav made the exDerlment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to include tne mtesi noveiues
Jn Meu's, youth's, uoys ana unnareii s
iuui r. m TTTT H H II NN N GGG
nnr. OO T H H II NN N G G
n T. no T HHHIINNNG
nnr. OO T UHUN NN O GO
?mn i.r.r.r. no T H H H N nn ggo
invite public Inspection, and we are at all
iwarfr to ertve Quotation of prices. Every
garment which is sold at our house Is warranted to
be as represented, ana in price less man w uo
bought elsewhere, we continue ;o sea
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
rhaaner than anv other house, as we did the past
season, and the? have trained the reputation of be-
ln7 ttut bast In the marked -
Dresent this season to the consumer a fine
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
TnrinrHnP'thA nest makes in the country. There
,.;n iin hp found In our stoek a com Die te line of
fine Felt, stin and straw tiats. ana .any wnu vi
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest
Can be had at
W. KAUFMAN & CCS,
'Comer Tnde and Trybn Sts.,'" J
Charlotte. N, C,
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
B.5K n m 1
&.3U a m I
No. 2-Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C RR. for
ku points in Western -North aroima, aauy excepi
T x i l ll w H fnr flit
W. 4 W. R. B. for WUmlngton.
i No. 4. Connects at . Greensboro with, ;R- D. ll.
nnints Mortn. tasi ana? tibmu wv
B. for all points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
, NOV. 10, '7&
j " Raleigh,
! " . Greensboro
9.50 ami 5.85
3.50 pml .
R.28nm I 6.47 am
12.25 am 10.50 am
I No 1 Connects at Greensboro with Salem
fcrtuMShAt i Calotte With G, &U&B. for all
ffi Soutnimd TsZthst; at Alr-Wne Junction
with A. AC. A. U Rallroadiot aUpolnte South and
SOTth-east. with W. N. a R. R.
iffi'S r&unda7. T T Air-Line Junction vrtfli
WcTl tor all points South and South-west,
ft. rhar otto with elc&A. Railroad. ofaU
points South and South-west
Wve Greensboro, ''MOl except Sunday, 8.50 ptS
Arrive Salem, . : , ,,, ?5?
leaveSalem, ,U.I . -IKarn
Arrive Greensboro, " . ; . , . . .-rtvu.t?
I Connecting at Greensboro with trains on me a. a
D. and N. o. uauroaas.
1 A , mimvTna. f.kfta VTTHOrrf CHANGS; 1 1 1 Q
RunDOWways on xnuns nuo. x a, wivw
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
and Charlotte, and both ways on Trains ISos. 3 and
between New York and Savannah via Richmond,
rniuitirtftA and Aueustau H i .f.:
nrincmal points Bourn, awnn-wesw wci,
ffid Tor Emlgmnt ratei to points In Arkan
I nAnnl nnlnra tiUlfh .
sas and Texas, address g MACMURDO.
f (inn. PasfWnirer Afirent
a Richmond Va.
rpHE Y0RKYILLE NEWS.
i. .wo-" . n Ji'
The. above will be the name of a weekly Demo-
ic newspaper, the piibiicauon ot .which i win be
i The Njews will be a good advertising medium for
Son and Catawba North Carolina. - .
t The price of subscription llnMTlnum'
AdfQ ' Yorkvllle.S.C.
" VUIIV V
jDate.Nov. 10,'78. No, 2
Leave Charlotte, 8.45 a m
r Greensboro, 8.20 a m
i ' Raleigh, 3 00 pm
Arrive Goldsboro, ,, 5.25 p m
...... a War-Po'tB.- -
HB WAS WITH GRANT, ,
BT BRET HABTK
"I was with Grant," the stranger said;
Said the farmer, "Say no more,
But rest thee at my cottage porch, , , 4 g
I For Ihy feet are weary and sore."? ?
-; y 4 v. t.-:- - i-
f I was wltfc Grant," the stranger saldj
Said the farmer, "Nay, no, more
t prBhee slfrat my frugal board,'"
And eat of my humble store.
"How fares my boy- my soldier boy
Of the old Ninth army corps?
I warrant he bore him gallantly
In the smoke and battle's roar."
"I know him not." said the aged man,
"And as I remarked before,
"I was with Grant "Nay, nay, I know,"
Said the farmer, "say no more."
"He fell In a battle. I see, alas!
Thou dld'st smooth these tidings o'er
Nay, speak the truth; whatever it be, t
Though It rends my bosom's core ; - v
"How fell he with his face to the foe,
Upholding the flag he bore?
O, say not that my boy digraced
The uniform he wore!"
"I cannot tell," said the aged man,
"And should have remarked before,
That I was with Grant In Illinois
fjonte three years before the toar!"
Then the farmer spake him never a word,
But beat with his list full sore
That aged man who had worked with Grant
Some three years before the war.
Charles: "What did that spring suit cost you.
Al?" Alfred: "Can't say, dear boy; haven't Deen
sued font yet."
it. fa rprinrtad that Mrs. Haves sends Rutherford's
backbone out in a baby -coach e very-evening for an
The Waterloo Obxe'rivr is pained to remark that
the breath of slander is laden witn onions.
And it often brings tears.
if vrm want tn make a eun eo off pretend that it
Is not loaded and hold It close to somebody's head;
it will shoot then u it never snot Deiore.
'New England's dead, New England's dead, on
every hill they lie." Old Poem. Same way witn
the living New Englanders.- N. T. News.
The dear elrl who read a thrilling essay "How to
get along in Life" when she graduated last sum
mer, IS getting along nuiuy. dub ia uuw uio luum
er of triplets.
"And what do you ask for the calico?" "Six
cents, ma'am." "Sixteen? I'll give you hiteen."
you misunaerstana me mm i sum su kub.
"Oh, then, I'll give you live cents "
One day last week says the the Burlington Hawk-
eye, a merchant oi mis cny acuiueuutnj snuuw
his watch key. and naturally enough wound up his
affairs the next day.
When Farmer Knaff, of New York State, bet his
son a dollar that he could reach a crossing aneaa
of a locomotive, he lost by five feet, as the son
testified at the inquest.
shnirecnAnrA sApms to be full of "Pinafore."
Here Is what the LoioeU Courier, which, after much
research finds: "He himself hath said It," In
t.Iva miintrT hoi el-men use thermometers. One
Is fixed station arv at 64 deg., and the other, pack
ed in lee under the counter, never indicates more
than 55 deg. In this way the tourists get the worth
of their money. N. Y. Express.
"Where was this assault made upon you?" ask
ed an attorney of a stupid witness, who was prose
cuting a neighbor for assault and battery. "Hey?
asked the witness. "At what place was this as
sault made?" repeated the attorney. "Right
here," replied the witness, laying a linger teuuer
ly upon his injured eve.
DIGEST OF DECISIONS
Of the Supreme Com t, June Term, 1379.
Smith, C. J.:
The Washington Toll Bridge Com-
r. i' Tl i? . ..4.
pan? vs. uommissioners oi jeiiuiun,
It seems that the grant by the legis
lature of an exclusive right to provide
means of transit over a river for the
space of six miles is inoperative and
void, as conferring special privileges n
without adequate, or maeea any proper
consideration to the State, and that the
General Assembly cannot by contract
or otherwise deprive itself or its suc
cessors of the power to provide or au
thorize those increased facilities for
1 ransit over its iniblic waters, conferred
by the organic law, which the necessi
ties of trade ana Dusmess may requue.
Without however passing upon the ef
fect of. a repealing statute, as to the
above point, further than the intima
tion thus given, the court holds that a
statute repealing such grant is effectual
at least, to withdraw tne penalties cre
ated n the original aet wnicn, wnetner
pecuniary, or criminal, are no part of
the obligation or ine cmract,, yvnen
full lecral means of protection and re
dress are left unimpaired.
By Ashe, J,:, ... - a ,!"
2. Saunders vs. tiatiing.-ii'mn Hert
A controversy as to the right to a
public office must be brought by an ac
tion in the nature of a writ of quo war
ranto by the Attorney General in the
name of the people or. tne estate, joining
the claimant as a party s plaintiff , w hjen
he'seeks redress. A civil action brolight
for the possession of a public office by a
claimant in his own name will be dis
missed. That part of the head note to
Brown vs. Turner 70 N. C. 93, which
states that the one claiming an office
can J)ring;an; action therefor in his own
name is iiicortect and not warranted by
the opinion, which only holds that a
mandamus can be Brought by any one
aeerieved m his own name without
joining the Attorney General.
BY JJILLAHD o. '. ; i ; !
8, Askew vs. BynunMrom iiertiora.
Sp.p: Si'ch: nS. Revised Code, although
not brought forward in Battle's Kevisal.
is still in force. The judge of probate.
lias the jurisdiction to decree, and the
sheriffs to whom the writs are directed
have the power to assign, dower in one
special proceeding though the lands
may be situate in dinerent counues. a
widow is entitled to ohehird buvaluei
of all lan'ds of which the hosbatod ' was
feeizftd at anv time during coverture al-
thonerh the marriase was prior to the
i-rt vrQ nrttw -
mon law risht of dower, xne peuuonj
for dower must be in one county forall
the iand,Atnougn tney may ub m uu-
crpf her full dower in thenroDate court
pf the coiinty where she first files her
petition, she is.oebarred iroro gojug in
to the nrobate court of any othe oun.
ty for further allotment.
i I m l i
SOUIH CAROLISA ITExMS. f r ,
parts pf Xpi-k. county. .. ... . ... ,. ,;! ....
; -MrV RH. MeCihvhrJ been eleefcd
pirfeRfplMckHill fire company.
ff tti3.1Vfiifitfre''laLe. of :the Chester
Bulkkn, hAS taken charge of the Rock
UmMemlft.-' . .
The Stonewall Fire company, of Ches
teM?pfl all, will have excursion,
tQ Ceciar r
tn r.prlar Shoals on the 27th
Twolunatics, inmates of the Colum
bia - asylums walking out, xuesaay i
terpoo; escaped from their keepers, and
have hot been re-ciiptured,
- .The ', Abbeville iTress. ' and - Banner,
warma Mrt lErancra.iFontaine,; ofNew!
York, for a-specehwhlbb, he1, TOade.-be
iotQ jjve:.recentf mefeUng of the ,ib6uth4
Carolina Tress' Association, in wmcai
.he said dfeagreeablelthlngs cohcernihg
the publishers newspapers wun pat
ent outsidesJt.u:, , - . ..
i t&-CHEW JACKSON S REST SWEET NAft
President '. Battle ' and XHUe X
4 : Gm1: AtteMtace -t Begin !
t"-Mi "''' ithjf r-na:- ;
,, V iVfcoril&pwideiw
' The school was 1 opened bf l the read
ing; of ja , portion of ripture, by Frof.
A. Wi Maiigum, .of th University, ac
companied by; singing;, -and prayer' to
Godjforvpa.Wessing.xroon "the' work
and invoking. IDsoontinued aid and
favor. v ; i te:4
Addresses were then made by several
distinguished gentlemen, principally of
the normal school, of which the follow
ing is the substance: ! President Battle
first arose and spoke of ; the history of
this normal school ; said two jears ago
the school was organized ; jail m attend
ance exhibited the greatest zeal arid en
thusiasm. Tbasked the villagers for
their past kind attention to the phpilg,
and asked a continuance of the same ;
they came s tms.gr:' and left ai
friends. The success was unbounded,
and its reputation extended all over the
State." The benefits of it hate .been sno
ken of quite frequently by - county ex
aminers, school commissioners, &c;
(mentioned some instances of wonder
ful improvement,) Gov. -Vance once,
upon that "rostrum, attributed its suc
cess to him (iresident Battle), but the
praise properly belonged to Rev. Dr.
Sears. Dr. Sears suggested the skeleton
of the plan of conducting it. The ap
propriation was made as an experiment
by the General Assembly, and limited
to two. years. Its -success was so un
bounded that it has been made a per
manent institution by .the last Assem
bly. (Made a good many, pleasing re
marks about how he put his bill through
the last General Assembly.) It was the
first bill passed making an- appropria
tion, and the only one that passed unan
imously. All ladies now have equal
rights with men.
Prof. J. J: Ladd followed with pleas
ing remarks about thfi village: campus,
&c, comparing the well to the fabled
fountain, at which : whoever drank
would return. Spoke of the capability
and suitability of the Hill for the pur
pose. Explained the meaning of the
school,which is to fit tedehers, or teachers
in2irospectu,fo.r their profession, for it
is as much a profession as law, medi
cine, or anything else, and a far nobler
one. Teachers mttst be taught profess
ionally. Advised mutual assistance,
sociability, &c. -His speech was much
applauded throughout, and its tone
showed him to be the gentleman and
scholar, and admirably adapted to "Che
place which he occupies, viz : superin
tendent of the school.
Prof. Mclver next spoke of the work
of the Baltimore Association of Friends
in this State, who educated from three
thousand to four thousand children an
nually. They first established the idea
and work ot the normal school in this
Prof. W. S. Tillet, being introduced
by President Battle, proceeded to extol
the beauties of the English language,
and commended its thorough and care
ful study. Spoke of the needs of the
language, &c. His speech and bearing
throughout exhibited the earnest schol
ar and profound thinker. All liked his
speech exceedingly, and he has gained
lor himself, at once, a favorable lm
Mr. W. B. Phillips, the instructor in
chemistry, then made a tew remarks,
He was followed by Captain Dugger,
principal ot the graded school in tai-
eigh, who insisted on application, to
the exclusion of everything else.
Prof. Mangum, of the University,
made a few judicious criticisms on the
workings of the school, and suggested
the idea of starting a normal school li
Prof. A. F. Redd spoke of the differ
ent professions and the importance of
a person making some branch a spe
cialty, lie was loiiowed by I'roi. ki. x
Winston, in si few beautiful ideas and
remarks. The professor is chairman of
the teachers' association in this State,
whose purpose is to enhance the ses
tern of education in every way possible
.Rev. J. B. Cheshire, Jr., made a short
talk, and was followed by Rev, A. C
Dixon, whose speech was the "dessert
of the occasion." Prof. Ladd then made
a few announcements, and the exercises
were over for the day. In the evening,
at .4 o'clock, a meeting of the faculty
was held. .:.,'.-,.
The-prospects of a successful session
are most" -flatterlngT-" 'Though "not so
many pupils . haye Srfrivedj pii Ahe Hill
as at the5' same time lasf year, yet they
are fast coming in, and its success mmt
surpass that of last year.
Smoker aoi Opium-Eaiers in Congress.
Boston Herald, iiro
The report that Senator Carpen ter is
killing himself with1 niebtine, by smok
ing twenty cigats. a day, is a reminder
that others areiuffering from the; same
sort of excess. Most of . the smokers in
Congress ' smoker too , mtiehv?;!ome of
them carry'a'tiigU'in'.ctheirimoaths all
the time. There are Senators aiid mem
bers who never walk-down the avenue
without a 'stump of st'-cSgat4etween
their fingers.- One;- prominent man in;
1 Congress is rapidly killing himself with
opium, and one of ;,, the. doorkeepers of;
the flouse is at the point of death f rorrV
the same cause. -The toUhliCf man. I re-
ter to is: a-zonular
ma. respectea man,
whose strange ways nave ,iong oeen a
wonder to those "who do hot know of
his secret habit. Ha iaa kind and ge
nial gentieman, Jbut he is liable to pass
!his best friendv'iwith a blank star .half
aii hottf, after he "has "met him pleasant-,
lv in; conversation. - His fitalof abstract
tion and depression amount almost to
1 cfazmesn At times, he IS; so odd and
t r . .K , 1
rtrj.:y-.,i21, v.r io'rvi tS r
vwnw""" "?VV w
useful public service, if he would.
e ...... -
. w'i ri ; v.' ;
The mayor of Clticago haa .ordered a
reduction'of 25 per centin the expendi
tures ..Qf-s the .departments pf the city.
gOVe'i&iiQettlw " .'A j- -
The natidWar board- of ;healtH have
adopted ' the report of fhe naval board,
iiifavoi 'of Prof . JamRfee's planf or a jre-f.
frigeratiiig ship. ; ,( :sK ;.: i"'-- -' .'.
Boston celebrated the 104tb anniver
sary of the battle of .Bunker HillTues-
day bV'a general suspension of business,
a profuse display of bunting on public
and private buildings, and a rowing re
gatta on Mystic river, ,'given under the
auspiees ot- thftt-ity, and witnessed by
TUo worklngmen's municipal nomi
nating convention,. of rSan T FranciscO
metauesdayj cuose Jearneyt ior presi-
rtprif anci adooted- a platform pledging
the tiftrtr to secure a reduction of 40 per
cent. in city taxes ; provides that H ChW
natown" shall be ;obUterated,:;atfd! the
Chinese forced tor
live outside the city ;
that the income of the .water: company
shall not exceed $500,000 per ; annum.
and that all riottihees shall pledge them
Rftlvea to accenta reduction of 40 to. 50
per cent, of existing salaries. t
We will make a clearing sale oi a large lot of Fine Dress Shirts north 2.00 last season, now to be closed out at ONE DOLLAR They are oi New York
Mills Muslin, and Linen 2200 fine, but from carrying In stock the muslin .has. become a little yellow, though In no way injuring the perfection ot the
Shirt, but we have adopted exclusively the King Patent Sleeve Adjustable Shirt, and for this reason propose closing out our former line at a sacrifice. It Is
the one grand opportunity of the season fet 'a genuine bargain, and we invite our friends to an Immediate Inspection.
June 15. ,
M O S Q U
VARIOUS SHADES OF LACES FOR TRIMMING OF BUNTINGS.
A Beautiful Assortment of
LADIES' WHITE AND BLACK LACE SCARFS,
and Colored Silk Mits, Silk Fringes,
id Gloves in every shade and variety
A Splendid Assortment in all kinds ot Dress (ioods. Anotner imi or tne mosi r asmonauie Aimuiery iihs
Added to this Department.
LOW PRICES AND SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AT
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCII'S.
Our 87.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.50. Our $12.E0 English Tweed Suit sells now for $10. Our $18 and $20 French and English Casslmere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $16.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
Unlaundrled shirts for 50 cents. The very best made in the United States for $1.00 Linen Collars $2.00 per dozen, and all goods in proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of low prices.
June 1, 1879. " L- BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
:. ' I -.J .::
Via Steamers toTortsrnth;;
est irossible Time ta all Jroints foovrtp ana boutnwest.
, yo DRAY APE, NO COMMISSION, KO IT4 KTjT'lj' "EXPENSES, MINIMUM ISrSUBANCE.
Mark Good plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received UbUrof ife iy fco?thTongh BUls of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For Information as to .Tariff, Schedules, Ac, apply to either f the undersigned.
. April 30-7d5m.
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE
o -03-8' - ;
- t l " PIANOS ,!
flS f r xfl I .1-1 VJJ-
i:TRf6S""StlEEC''iNStRleE'' BUILDING. " ""
ONLY OtiE MLL&R.
MONDAY, 16th INSTANT,
A FULL LINE OF
IT O NETT ING,
IX PINK,-WHITE AND BLUE.
ALSO A LINE OF
JST O P I E 8 .
Also a new lot of Ladies' Hatp.
Bretonne and Torchon Laces,
of Prices. Linen and Cotton Lawns in
? .nt..Tl0.t ill 9-jumH'KUW
0 I 111
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K. SL ; FINCH, South Western Agent, )
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