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TEE OBSERVES JOB DEPARTKEHT
. - '? - e r j p 7
Bb ton thoroughly supplied 'vit every neeatd
SUBSCRIPTION BATES :
Dotty, one year, (postpaid) in advance $8
want and with the Latest SMee OfTwe.
manner of Job Work eon now be done wuA neatnete.
dispatch and cheapness. We can nerniek, at Short
One Month... .
".:;...: n frW-trJT.
BLANKS, BILL-HEADS, -
LETTER-HEADS, CARDS, ;
1" -TAOS, RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
, . , PROGRAMMES, MAITD-BILLS.
" PAMPHLETS, CIR(!VLABSl mE0K8JiO.
, WEEKLY EDITION :
KecKlyAPthe county) in advance $2 00
Out of the county, postpaid, 2 10
Six Months.. L..: . 1 00
Liberal Reductions for Chios.
CHARI70TTE, N.tD., SUNDAY JUNE 29, 1879.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A I. I, KINDS OF
IN , "
&C, &C, &C.
We are now clostng out a handsome line of
DRESS GOODS, .
LINEN AND COTTON LAWNS, FRENCH OR
GANDIES, LINEN DRESS GOODS, AND
A Kull Lfr. of
CHEAP BEISTEADS t
At greitlv reduced prices,
some patterns of
Also a few very nand-
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS 1
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS S
y COFFINS of all kinds on hand
t& COFFINS of all kinds on nan
No. 5 West Trade S
l&p- Ladies' and Gentlemen' Burial Robes a
tine supply. (
At New York prices. We sUU have a few
In summer shades that we offer very cheap. We
Invite special attention to our stock of
Trimmed and untrtmmed, In which we are offering
great bargains. Our stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods and Ready Made Cloth
ing is complete, and at low prices.
Call soon and secure bargains. Our stock is all
new and fresh. No old or damaged goods.
Orders promptly filled.
that right is ngnt4
it la not good ta lie; f
Is better than spite,
In the bitter, waves of woe,
Beaten and tossed about n ;
By the sullen winds that blow"'
From the desolate shores of doubt -
When the anchors that faith had cast
Are dragging In the gale,
I an cpileuy holding fast j r $
To the things that canrftt fell.J
J MOW I
And a neighbor than a spy;
I know that passion needs
The leash of a sober mind;
I know that generous deeds
Some sure reward will find;
That the rulers must obey;
That the givers shall Increase;
That Duty lights thewax
; For the bOMi&tjpt Peace;.'
In the darkest night of the year.
When the stars have all gone out,
That courage Is better than fear,
That faith Is truer than doubt;
And fierce though the fiends may fight,
And long though the angels hide,
I know that Truth and Right
Have the universe on their side ;
And that somewhere, beyond the stars,
Is a Love that Is better than fate;
When the night unlocks her bars
I shall see Him, and I will wait.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
W. KAUFMAN & CO.
We have made the experiment of purchasln
stock so complete as to Include the latest noveli
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
Much underscoring In a letter Is meaningless and
Guest: "Waiter, bring me another dish of peas,
and a magnifying glass." uncle nam.
"There comes another dn nigger!" Is the way
the loyal heart of Kansas beats for the poor color
ed man "flying for his life."
It was an' IridfcnaCmafj .who first originated the
Idea of soaking the feet of his horse In kerosene
every night so that he mignt be tracked n stolen,
i Half of the hair and beard' of 4 man" in Swine-
field. Massi. has tamed eray; while the other half
retains its natural dark color. The dividing line
of beard is In the middle of the chin, and on tne
head It Is immediately over the nose.
A man who made a business of writing obituaries.
epitaphs, &c.,asked if she wouldn't like a few lines
about her husband. V Lines about nrmr. she said
wofully: "he had all the lines he wanted. If he
had had one line less, he would have been alive to
day." "What ailed-Mm, madam?" "He was
hung." j (
It was after the opera, and they were In a ren
dezvous for material refreshments. The usual talk
about the singing and the artists subsiding, he, as
a souvenir of the evening, offered her his button
hole bouquet. She, accepting, said: "How love
ly!" He added: "What fragrance, too!". And
then she, sniffing the savory odor of the incoming
oysters, echoed: "Yes, what fragrant stew!" Then
he became involved in inougm
John, Duke of Argyle, having been with some
ladles In the opera bouse In London, an English
saulre. Dumntr. blowing and sweating, entered tne
box In which they were seated with his hunting
boots on and a whip in band. The Duke Instant
ly rose up, and, making a low bow, exclaimed,
'Sir, I am very much obliged to you." "Oh! why?
how ? f or what ?" "For not bringing your horse
nere." . .
A preacher landed in Leadvule the other day
and was warmly welcomed by the Inhabitants. A
large gambling hall was engaged for him to preach
in. ana ail went merry as amarnage oeu. tin tnu
Stlggtns hit John Snodgrass over the head with a
six-shooter for saving amen at the wrong time.
The friends of both parties then drew their pistols
and commenced translating each other. The min
ister started for Denver on foot, and now Leadvule
is without a preacher. Austin wev.) iieveiue.
COTTON AND COTTON SPINNING.
Letter from Col. John N. Staple.
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F.. ti. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
Km to PoHTomc
Mr Stock Is very Lar. : and embraces a Full Une of
We invite public inspection, end we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
garment which Is sold at our house Is warranted to
be as represented, and In price less than can be
bought elsewhere, we continue :o seu
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 marke'.
We present this season to the consumer a fine
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Including the best makes in the country. There
can also be found In our stock a complete line of
fine Felt, Still and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Gentlemen's romisning uooas. von t pureuuiw
before yon examine our stock, as the cheapest
Can be had at
W. KAUFMAN & CO.'S,
Corner Trade and Tryon Sts.,
Charlotte. N. C
1'AkLOK, CHAMBER. DINING ROO
Bottled Ligcr Deer,
All Goods Packed Free of Charge-j
ALE AND PORTER,
B0CERIS3 CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS I
Is comer Trade and Boundary Avenue.
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
ozen F. C. MUNZLER.
AH orders left at John Vogel's tafio hop will xa
ceive prompt attention.
'uuttHt'.t-'- i: HI;-. U
Come to me for Bacon, CorfL Sugar, Coffee, Mo
Jat received, a few barreUl of, Berry Foster's (Da-
BEST RTE WHISKEY.
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. " I sell for cash.
All good, delivered f1
-,; -J ..: Trade Street
Nfxt door below Wilson 4 Black's old stand.
The Bourgeolse and Minion type u which thlj
paper was lately printed. It was jnadei by the old
JohnftM typo foundry, of PWtadelpIawaA
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but on
ybecMMttbeeantt beeeasary SM6H22SSi
stvte of trn. it will do rood service for several
thm tAn It ain hm an Id In lots tO BUl PUT-
rhium mnA In fonta Of 50 tO l.OOOIbS, With Of
without ease; f Address rfi -BSERVXR,
octs Charlotte, N- C.
Thn Min.u. immmi. i thta eltv known as the
Tannery of Alexander, Allen McBee. fhU Tan
nery la conveniently located, and has all the latest
improved machinery. . r
Bark and hides low and In abundance, a
Kor particulars address '
rr. . , . , , a. ISAACS, Attorney
. : ' h.t.I Allan . McBee.
,m Greenville, 8. C,.
Uay Ota, 1870-Ileod3rn4w8m :
SOLE AGENT FOB THE ATLANTA BREWERY
14 Let those who never drank Beer before,
Go to Joe Flschessefs and drink the more'
FRESH FROM THKATLlJlf ?REWERT, ON
ICElAHTHRrWAI..ss!) Ci '
' To the Editor of The Observer;
Your editotial rerharks4 in The Ob
server of this morning, upon the enor
mous production of cotton in the Southr
ern States since 1866, is worthy of no
tice in every paper in the nation. It is
indeed ref reshing to read now and then
something in the newspapers which is
calculated to stimulate industry, en
courage commercial enterprise, and
draw the attention of capitalists to the
great resources and undeveloped wealth
or the soutn. mat tne value or tne
cotton produced in thp Southern States
since the war la'more than twice as
much as the public debt of the nation.
is a fact almost incredible, out one
which is borne out and established by
A section of country, so recently de
vastated by war.-its people almost crush
ed in fortune and in spirit, subjected to
a comnlete revolution in its laws, its
officials and its government, and its sys
tem of labor destroyed, that presents to
the world such- a! retupefatlv power
and energy, must sooner or later ad
vance to that position and power in the
commercial world that will make it not
only great in itself, but the greatest
part of the nation to which it belongs.
And that.politician.jor that party, for
pplita$il pref eowivti anfli official plun
der, that would sectionalize and es-f
trange it from other portions of the nar
tion, by hostile legislation and raise ;ac
cusation. is not only the bitterest ene
my of the South, but an obstacle and a
barrier to the wealth and prosperity of
the whole country. .
I have great hopes that the legisla
tion of this State hereafter will be more
decidedly devoted to the particular en
couragement of manufacturing. 1
tried, but without success, when a mem
ber of the General Assembly, to have
an amendment to the constitution sub
miff oA fo t.hR np.nnlfl fnr ratificatinn:
jnvirigjttio'Xegislaliure IpoWerf to: offer
special muuueuieuu) to uapiuwiisto wxy
tablish manufactories in our State, Cit
ing as an example the, case of New .
Hamoshire. when that State paid a
bonus of fifty thousand dollars to the;'
company, wnicn erec&eu tutvuisb uiituu
wealth of that State proves the wisdom
of Jh0OtB&IW$fc3,& never hope
to be able to compete with the wealth
and enterprise of uie JSiorth, until we
devQteimdcfe .attention both of a legis
lative and personal character, to this;
the greatest to us of all questions our 4
manuiactunng interesus. rvts nuvc one-
cotton ; let us have factories. And theft
toe will hate the money and the people;1
-ir . t: 1.
fie r nun f aiypHNmAt
Greensboro, K. C, June 27.
A Son of One of the Siamese Twinw
Jesse Bunker, a son of Chang, one.'of.
tbe Siamese twins, has fust completed a
regular course at the New York Insti
tufcipiyfojitielpstxnetjoTf of the Deaf
adADornb.i-Btfnk is a brfght looking
young fellow, la answer to a question
put through.the medium of an instruc
tor in articulation, be said that his f ath
er, Chang, was the, twin-on the left
hand side' HeTias five sisters and one
brother. One of his sisters is also a deaf
mute, and is being educated in North
Carolina. His family lives at Mount
Airy, in this State. He has only been
at the New Ydrk institution a year,
Over five hundrediiersotis failed to
list taxes irl Wilmington. a - :
lfl T3 tt -mil "At -Pilain-K wn sli(rhf
ill! O. . UiU,UI.,lHUVigUj "
ly sumstricken Thursday. ' 1 ,
Some of the mills of Cabarrus are un
able to grind oii account, of the lack of
water.- ,.. - ii''..- ,
Mr. Malcolm McCurrie,, probably the
oldest citizens of Richmond county, is
dead,ged88ii : i
Old borids to the amoimt of $474,000
were exchanged for new bonds at the
A correspondent of the Concord Sun
says fish are selling at 50 cents per bush
el at, Yadkin Falls. ' '
A man bv the name of Adams com
mitted suicide in Alexander jcounty last
week by cutting his: throat.
The Governor' refuses to respite John
Davis, of Brunswick county ; he will
therefore hang On July 11th.
The State Treasurer had another bond
burning Thursday, old bonds to the
amount or $474,000 Deing consiuneu on
this occasion. i .
TwPtitv-fivfi sheen have been killed
by dogs during the last three months in
one townsmp iu iiuoiiua, ouu vu .
single dog has died.
Mr. M. M. Cline, of Catawba lost by
cholera, about sixty fine hogs in tne
space of two weeks majority of them
weigning near 20U pounus.
The ftditor of the Goldsboro Mail lost
his gold spectacles at Wake forest col
lege, but found $75. He returned the
money and wui get jus glasses.
The nnftstion of the right to tax a
lawyer's fee in cases decided at last J an
uary term of the Supreme Court, was
argued before tnat tiiounai -x nuay.
A clerk in Wilmington discovered, as
he was closing up the store, the legs 01
a man protruding from behind barrels.
He nulled out a negro thif who had
thus attempted to conceal himself pre
paratory to roo Denes at mgnt.
Sam Gibson, colored, of BockinghanL
is reported y the Spirit to navo acci
dentallv lodged a pistol ball in his stom
insr. 'riipsfiav. as tne aocior Droueu
for it and could not find it, there & some
nrobabilftv of Sam's nassinff over the
. ' y - - -
Wilmington Star: The Sampson
County Agricultural Society willhold
its annual resuvai ana irui juiiuitiou
at. the Clinton Female institute, on
Thursday, July 31. riUoL JJuncan iv. mc
Rae, of this city, has been invited, to de
liver an address on tne occasion.
Bill Malone. colored, robbed the cash-
drawer of Mr. Beid McRae's establish
ment; at Rockinghami of $40, last sat
iirdav. while no one was in: the: store.
He was subsequently arrested and $20
of the monev recovered. : He eluded the
guard, however, and is again at large.
Traveling from Lincolnton to New
ton bv buggv. Mr. Goldsmith, a drum
mer, was thrown out, last Wednesday
morning, the horses running away aim
had a wrist sDrained. The driver fell
out on his head and the buggy was bro
ken to atoms all this from tne n ew-
ton Enterprise. i
Concord Register : Not long since at
Providence church ii Mecklenburg
conntv 'Mr. Green Rav ' presented his
two infant children f or baptism. ' ' Mr. '
Ray is 80 years of age, and the' children
nrA thft offsnrincra of his Second Wife.
His oldest son, young gentleman of
fifty summers, was present at the bap
At Wrightsville sound a negro driver
of a rockaway, left to hold the : horses,
fell asleep. A dog witn nre eracicers at
tached to his tail ingtitenea tne norses.
TheV ran awy, and dashed the rocK-
aurav to nieces, but the negro was never
awakened from hislumbei-s until after
the. whole thingiiwas over, t a.TW v u-
mington Star fellstMs. - '- f '
A railroad meeting at Mocksyille, ac
oordiner to the nroceedihz as printed in
tlie Mooresvifle Gazette, resolved 16 pe
tition the county commissioners to or
der an election on the first Thursday in
August to subrriit to the voters of Davie
ronntv the ouestion of voting a sub-
srrirtion of $35,000 in aid' of the Win
ston and Salem and Mooresville Rail-
.rOad. .- , ;'; C,
A voung white man named Clark, a
strancer. engaged ; himself. ( two - Weeks
ago, to work for Mr. Arch Cloninger, of
Catawba, ana wouna up nis agficuuu
ral career by a writ of clothes, a banjo,
pistol, and otuer property rrom tne resi
dence of Mr. Mauney, a neighbor ot ins
employer. He then fled, says tne .New
ton Bnternrise. ' and has- not since
been seen in those parts. , . t
The Weldon News tells that while
ReV. C. M. Cook was ; preaching last
Sunday in ! the -Methodist ichurch of
Scotland NJki Halifax county, the fire
alarm was sounaeo, tutu , wa utauv
ered that the roof of ithe cookuag.iroqm
wrtwv.iinWlfh.flv(V residence or 'Hon.
.W.' IL KiteMh-as fii-e, The flames
aiid1 other people of the town oetore
much datriage ;na4' been done, but the
occurrence DroKe up tne sermon.
P i,edmntPres4AK) ut two weeks ago
two convicts at work on: the Catawba
bridere had a auarrel about some tobacco
When' one struck the other in the head
withv"an ,iron, mincting a yery.upiy
wmi nrVnsti above one te ve." 'T'Or'several
rlavsit was thought he would' riot live,
tind'in this wounded condition he was
favored with more privileges tnantne
other convicts so on Wednesday night
ne inUdeuseoi msieiupoiaiy uvcimj uj
making a hole through his cloth tent
arid denartrr Without1 disturbing I the
Tjietude b,f any one;" Ji; - ; -;
OUR G R E A T :'-?r:
e lost sr g- s l e
hftiiw MArifloe. Our
.lo nrithhut roaprvn nt Our Swl fiO. SX.lh. R-t. S4.'25 ana S4.50 UU
and S6.50Cassimere Pants In milirnited variety and beautiful in design of style and character of texture, are
A clean and thorough sweep will be made In Casslmere Suits, arid where the
onr Aihited .Toh Counter anix.ir before the Dublic. and uooo it we place all broken lots and 6ddsizes to oe ciosea- out a
stock of all wool Casslmere Pants, ranging from $2.50. S3.25 and S3 wlU
simere. Panted S3. OurS6. 5t60. 3
olAAnnir nut nt nnA uniform nrlce. 964..
Timmoniimin Amoi. ,n nnnoa ,n nni.r Tyi I'lf.iT nai tmr nnnnnH ruin.
XA UUU AAA UliVUJ AAA UlMMl w v.v. -WW. " . 1 " , .
lots are small and sizes are broken; they are to be closed at lettoiuitte vaJueor f . . . c,.
One tot of strBsa Cheviot Frock, Suits jreaucea nom siz.tu to iose at j.ru. a largo ."" "l.,""r ,r.... .n.
$15, 816 to $17, are closing at $10. A splendid variety of stylish and attracave uneviois ana spring cuurngs m u. uen, a ,v-u..,
ttiroWhout thel season at 15. $1617.50, $18 and S20i vored inoraly at $ia5a . .
Maw toes re1n the same proportion. -We cahnot give a full description, as want of sp prevents, tout , we 1 never make any pramtom
We cannot fulflU. .We are aetermined to dear out Odr Spring:- Stock, ma Know 01 dui one way to aocouipusu i-u i '"t" '.iZ
ttauTto reduce' the prlcetoBuch a point that It oompela toe pubHc to purchase where they can economize best We prefei to convert our stock
mto ieash,, and open each season with- the newest designs In tabrics, and, increase tne sona repuiauon e uavt- ireu, nciuru "'"
9ateMf? FS WipzwKlp. .Mmo A nm Th rntr HtAnHa nMtlno- To..r oommr.nd.
AcmeniOcr lilts lirsi luuicia orimc tuo urroi acici-uuiic, uau via. vva -waaaaa uw.aaaaa. .... B
X. D. LATTA & BBO.
A IT f E M f: I M , 6 E.-S T L E 1 E JS
HEAVY REDUCTION IN PRICES OF CLOTHING.
oil qo rt-itv p.lnt.h.nor t.radfi. for which nurnose we will build in
our store a snacious floor, and with a view of opening this new department the coming season with an entireiy-iiew, large
and desirable stock, wei will offer for the next 30 days our entire stock of Clothing at such prices as win not lau to at
tract you. !, . ; . ; , . '
200 PAIRS FINE ALL WOOL CASSIMERE PANTS,
. . Worth from $5 to $7, at $2.75, $3.00 and 03.50.
, ;..,.,,.,.t, 10() SUIXS9
r ' Worth.from $7.50 to $20.00, at $5, $6, $7, $P, $9 and $10.
50 DOZEN UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS, '
" . At .50 and 75 Cents, formerly sold at 85c. and $1.00.
GALL EARLY AND SECURE A BARGAIN FROM
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
u -,,, m; t:: -.. . . '
.Oar $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.50. Our $12.50 English Tweed Suit sells now fcr $10. Our $18 atid $20 French and English CMSbnere Sack
andlkSulseTinoW Aii.one unifomprlc,$ia Our Dress Coatsand Vests of Dingonal, Granite, Basket rencn ana fjignsn tooas m greawy re
Tinladiled shirts for 50 cents. The very bestt made In the United States for $1 .00 Linen Collars $2.00 per dozen, ami all goods in proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of low prices.
Tnnei 1879 L. BERWAJGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
bf wWehl am aMe;J?,.B.!KW ror having atteTTdedJitTsimilar school in
sale for the keg, -a .i&ife.-jA .ia : "North flarMi&tSbslit Tears. He is now
eighteen yeaild, and intends tojte-
.12 Zi J, .ILTtn : come a farmer.
1UK VKfltlr MUA.OMuarDJrta
from the Brewery. l,:-ui h.iiJ 'Smih l;0VJ)inie3l!WilllaXa
i . . i .1' i. inni..,,MtAiMlMniwfAnrrBtitHiintii whn
f T i 7 . I ...'" 1. :. T -7. I - .
n,oHrtJrft At HQiStanee. cam buy had vabstaioea ;:ennreiTirqaL.ovu-
,mm m t bottom rock price..an4 arrant, nineteen aays ana.wiiOAoru.urty B wc-
v - - - ; . u i
ed to be na pure and iresn as u jum puuuv aii j
M fnciiitleaThU Bummer ior tne aeuvery -Ki-irior
neer are better than ever, and m tne aoie acem: i to starve to death was tne , resurc-or, . av
to Charlotte of the Atlanta ureweiy, i respecuuw concjUsI0n tnapouiainpc, ,l recover.
.i w iao on' araught -ir ft cOTtraryiierne.
CITY PBOPKETT aW)B BALX.
An person desiring to puhase a well improved
yu-i un, uoom wim nine iwnui "
v minutes walk of the public, square, can be ac-
li bread, bit yestertfemfttedt W?"1
voluMatilv: ;M i aeutrmmation
winM and the best Llauora on draught-
sale by the Quantity aU the tune.
,T J0MBPH YWK' r 1 m Mf5m hislongrabstlneace .
Jc tbijrici 1 !
tr-lir-ii''i ifli,V mc r.-fq . t-'f vr'l: L.-I . . - ' .. '
Via StedrhWPoBsmmith, Y ars, JjJaablilig yuick-
est Possible Time to all points South and Southwest.
NG DRAYAGENO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Freight received at any hoar of the day, and Through Bills of Lading Issued at 8teamshp Wharves or offl-
Marlc Goods nlalnlv via Seaboard Air-Line.
ces bf the Line. - For information as to Tariff, Schedules, 4c, apply to either of the undersigned.
,-"M ' "", ,:- : """ ' K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway,
fgApril 30 d5m. P. W., CLARK, General Freight Agent,
( Charlotte N. C.
TRYON STREET, IN INSXJRANE BUILDING.
Policeman nanieJsrof Columbia, who
ia flhartrfid with beinz an accessory to
the killing of Mr. John English, waived
an examination and went to jail Thurr
day. mm. V'.''
Mrs.- Charlotte tNertou a native f
Cleaveland.pounty, N, C but fortwen-ty-8YeV
years past a. trident, of Green
ville died -at' thei last'Uamed. place
mi&Wrs iof j the &&Ut. Johtt;Eng-
in OolnmUlartundy riigh putolish
a card in theColunibia'AKeerueny
ing that the friends of 'the-mutderid,.
TnarreveT tactTuryidea of undertaking
to lynch. tJiP:urdereT.u m. a 1
Mr.-'Alfred i AMrlchJ Ijot J Barnwell,
wisely undertook to burn the lice out
tof nii f cljicKen-hotiseilaffldiiow: his chick-
m' ' 'o "Mr J A 1rftd. Aldrlf.h is re
nimff iTiidaon street in Charleston, last
rw.iriuf Atr' afftShTisl' hfiirrfl man rush
ed upiolrejjmtl snatcheda rkeioA)lfi
from her hand, and ran off. The pock-
etbopl:contained about $Q and a nUtttf;
5 4. . 5
r -1 1 r. 1
; AIX 'UMDS OF
PIANOS ?s Merchandise,
- ' . . A AAWA -
1. ; . ., 1 .
.' Prums, Band Instruments,
PI ANCJS !
' - : - -1!'
!llJ iHilll I l:;.i
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