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5Q Boxes Fine Messina Lemons,
2Q bwrelsTlcklefl, i
3Q Buckets Beat Beflned. .Laid,
JpiNIt'lot Canjasedmoked Tangoes.
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Banches Asplnwall Binaoas,
- f- ' . - :
t-Orle !6f llr. R.! "Mc Aden's
guards came down yesterday and ioek
str negn TS6r5e;!rt)ti aSl; tobtK
on Mr. Mc AdenW factory : '
tSW& are requested to state that
Bihop W. F. Dickerson D ,colored,o
the African M. E. Church, will preach
at the colored Methodist jchurch in this
city, at 8 o'clock, this evening.
tW An entrance was made into the
store of Brothers, Henderson & Mc
(jlnnis, last Sunday night, through a
rear window. The cash drawer was
rifled of about $3, but nothing else-was
tSThe Kichmond & Danville Rail
road will issue the usual round trip
tickets, at reduced rates to Greensboro,
on the Occasion of the commencement
at the Greensboro Female College, on
the 23d, 24th and 25th of this month.
E3F"A meeting of about fifteen or
twenty young men, all xesidents of the
city.took place last night, and as a re
sult a hose company was organized, to
be called the E. D. Latta Hose Com
pany No. 1.
ESOne of the firemen lost a gold
badge in the streets last Saturday,
which the finder will please leave with
Mr S S Pegram. The badge contains
initials "E T M," and the inscription
"Stephens No 6."
E-The man who got the bad tumble
from the top story window on College
street, last Saturday morning, is all
right again. They say this is the fourth
man who has fallen out of windows
about there, and not been killed.
tiW We have received a very taste
fully engraved card of, invitation to
Davidson College commencement, for
which we return thanks to the mar
shals. The t commencement . days at'
the 14th and 15th of Juqe.
2T We were favored with calls ot
the 20th from E. B. Drake, Esq., of th
Statesville American ; McDairmid, of
the Robesonian; Woodhouse, of th
Concord Register, and Barnhardt, of
the San, and were glad to see them, one
JSF'That the demand was lively for
Sunday morning's Observer, may be
imagined from the fact that from one
news stand Frank Adams, in the Cen
tral Hotel two hundred and fifty-one
copies were sold. The supply ran out,
the only.-reason why tha sales stopped
at these figures.
Snow on Balsam Mountain,. .
A priyate letter was recetYe;4n.4vbff
city yesterday, from Capt S P Caldwell,
who left a few days ago for tb West
ern part of the State, and in it he speaks
of being caught in a snow sjtorovon
Balsam mountain. The letter" raa
written on the IStb, and saya.tbat, .it
snowed heavily on the Saturday and
Sunday previous to that 13th and 14th.
The mountain was white and the snow
lay upon it to the depth of two inches.
The letter further states that at Capt
Fajrg's quarters, just at the foot of
Judiculla and Dark Ridge mountains,
the thermometer stood at 33 on the
17th instant, and there was ice on the
Capt. John Wads worth has had a
time straightening out his livery stable
since the 20th. A couple of Concord
boys took away the wrong horse and
did not know it until they got home,
when they hired a man to send him
back. Wadsworth is sending all over
Ihe country for his buggies, and thinks
he will get them all back in the course
of time. As a general thing the buggies
that the fellows left would not be as
good as the ones they took. Two of
the stray buggies came back yesterday
one from Yorkville and one from Da
vidson College, and Captain Wads
worth is anxiously looking for the oth
ers, though he fears that he will not
hear from some of them until the next
Another Side of a Legal Difficulty.
In The Obse.rver of May 3rd ap
peared a notice of a difficulty which
occurred near Mathews station, and the
arrest tf some of the parties by Con
stable Orr in reference to which a cor
respondent sends us the following.
Mathews Station, May ie, 1882.
To the JMltor of the Obserrer.
Ja the article which appeared in The
Observer of May 3rd under the head
of "A case with a Pistol in it," injustice
is done; onintentionaliy r am satisfied,
toMrrH, 0, Williams. The aggrieved
farty w as soon convinced that Mr. Wil
iams was his friend nd meant him no
harm. Mr. Williams is a gentleman in
every' sense of the word, and of good
family, but like all of us he has his fail
ings, acainst which -he straggles with
commendable determination Knpw
I n"ffTnmweIT. Ts5yl;hTsmucB inTiis"ae
f ens, that ihe injustice that has, been
done mm may in a measure ue iepaireu
Result of the Inferior Conrt.
Deputy1 Sheriff Orr left this morning
for Raleigh, having in charge the fol
lowing prisoners for the penitentiary,
who were tried and sentenced by the
Inferior,' Courtin this city last week:
Levi 'Tieea, colored, larceny; four
S. H. Crawford, white, assault and
battery; tweVve. months.
F. Q. Crawford, white, assault and
battery; twelve months.
Jim Johnston, colored, larceny; two
Henry Ingram, colored, larceny;
John Williams, colored, larceny ; five
Charles Taylor.-colored, larceny ; five
The following prisoners are now
serving out their various sentences in
(he puiiy jail:
Abraham Johnston, colored, larceny r
Moses JSoyd, eolored, larceny ; twelve
D.tvid Whittleburg, alias Stephen
tee, larJeny) twelvemonths. 1
Lafayette Williams, colored; larceny ;
five years. -Ambrose
Stafford, Colored, larceny ;
six month.s ; ,
lt,indo1nh Hart; colored, larceny ; two
years- . " '' ' ;
1 Williams is gn esjaped coylct pojn
the nenitentiary, and wasrecegnized ai
K ; AilfemlaniltaitardUapReat at
' Aad all beeomea ireaju. bjtbhu vwti ,
if aiwtOZ0DdNT apply. K5! r
- That ntaslo wasn-ftfl now conleis ' ' '
THE JBAltL AJf D THE JfrKEMEK'S
5 Sf-a- TOUllWAMENT. "
A Brilliant Social Efent Aii Enjoy
tlbie Fremen?s Banquet.
Our celebration was too biga tblng
to be done up in one issue of The Ob
server, and we had to divide it, taking
the best part which was Bayard's
speech for the first day,Teserving the
less important features and little inci
dents of the day for this morning.
The 20th was ushered in by a grand
ball at the Central' HoteL The' mana-,
gera of the hop had expected a large
crowd and had exercised every! effort
towards.making the ball a most brill
iant and successful affair. But in their
most sanguine expectations they 'had
"not hoped for what came. Within a
very short time after the doors were
thrown open, the large hall, began, to
fill rapidly with fair women and gal
lant men. It was a brllliahtr throng
representing the beautyand grace of
the Southern States. There has never
been a hop in this city so largely at
tended as this one. was and it is gener
ally conceded that this was the most
successful ball,2 in all respects; that'ever
come off here. For a long time the
4crowd was too dense for any attempt
at dancing, but after a time, a few of
the lookers?on. withdrew, a small space
was cleared and the dance opened.
Among those who were present but
did not take part in the dance, were
such distinguished.visitors as Senators
Bayard, .Hampton, Vance, .Ransom,
Butler, Representatives Dowd, Scales,
and Armfield, Gen. Cox, Adjutant Gen
eral Lee, of New Jersey, Gov. Jar-vis
and wife, Adjutant General Johnstone
Jones and staff in full uniform, Adju
tant General M. P. Taylor and staff,
and many others, formed such a distin
guished coterie as is seldom setfn to
gether at a social gathering. v
The dance opened at 11 o'clock and
while the merry couples were whirling
by, the reporter took a description of
the participants and promenaders.
Mrs. Gov. Jarvis appeared on the
floor, leaning on the arm of the Gov
ernor, and was elegantly dressed in
black velvet made en train. Her orna
ments were diamonds.
Mrs. Dr. Roach was attired in white
brocaded 'satin, trimmed with water
Mrs Simmons Jones, from Wades
boro, wore white brocaded satin. Dia
Miss Smirke, from Baltimore, appear
ed in the most beautiful costume to be
seen on the floor. She wore white bro
caded satin embroidered. Diamond
Miss Katie Williams, ifrom Fayette-
ville, wore white cashmere, trimmed
Miss Annie Scales, from Wadesboro,
was dressed in pink satin, embroidered
lace flowers, and diamond ornaments.
Miss Mcllwaine, from Lancaster, S
C wore pale blue bunting and satin.
Miss Keitt, from Darlington, S. C,
wore pink and gray satin embroidered.
Miss Smith, from Spartanburg, wore
pink cashmere, lace overdress. Dia
Miss Mamie Mock, from Salisbury,
wore rose colored silk, white satin and
Miss Nannie Cureton, from Spartan
burgwore a white silk skirt, with lace
; Miss Rosa Leak, from Wadesboro,
green and white tarleton. Diamonds.
Miss Alice Leak, from Wadesboro,
pink satin skirt and bodice, looped
with pink tulle. Emeralds and sap
phires. Miss Williamson, from Columbia,
pink satin ; garnets.
Miss Bessie Kerr, from Concord'
white silk, pearl ornaments.
This completes the list of visiting la
dies. If there were any others they
escaped the ieporter's obseivatioD.
Charlotte's representation was' one of
rare beauty and loveliness, and the cos.
tumes worn were all pretty, many ex
pensive and others gOrgebtrs
Miss Ada Wriston looked charming
in a light blue moire, with tiand-paint-ed
flowers. No ornaments.
Miss Bessie Wriston, blue satin and
lace overdress. Gold.
Miss Hat tie Williams, pink and
white satin. Gold..
Miss Addie Williams, black silk gren
adine, coral ornaments.
Miss Carne BryceV cream bunting,
Spanish lacesapphire ornaments.
Miss Eva Bryce, black brocaded silk,
crush roses. Gold.
Miss Laura Yates, black: veWetf skirt,
pink satteen overdress. Turquois.
Miss Carrie Clarkson, white grena
dine and lace, water lilies. Pearl.
Miss Mattie Dowd. light blue satin.
Miss Louise Morehead, cardinal silk,
black lace overdress, embroidered iri
descent beads. Diamonds.
MisjfRosalie Wilkes, pink satin skirt,
white Spanish lace overdress. Mosaic
Miss Agnes Wilkes, white mull and
Miss Hazeline Norwood, white lace
bunting and satin. Rabies and pearl.
Mies Mattie Orr, embroidered sat
Miss Addie Young, pink grenadine
and lace. Garnets.
Miss Ella Dowd, lilac silk, embroid
ered in wild rose. . , ; -
Miss Gracie Dewey, white dotted
swiss over pinky No ornaments.
Miss E.Ross,4crearn. bunting, crimson
?Miss Daisy Springs, white dotted
Miss Cora Springs, white India mus
lin and sadn, Spanish lldeV' Pearls.
iMiss Bessie Graham, feream satin
skirt) Spanish lace overdress.
We have eride&voFea toet-allfbut if
any names are -skipped, we would be
gladto have' tRem mentioned, so that
w e can add them to the 1 Is. ! "
At three in the morning the harp was
unstrung and the dancers, with eyes
yet brightand,feet , uimearied, urned
their backs upon the hall, and the most
successful; h$jVer,'he'LI in Charlotte
was at a end. , ,
Strucji :WM? a BoftW : ;! ';';
The good order' of celebration day
daTaphbWeilcsJJ, thenar, became engaged ia afuss with
in Blaclc leififr. nockd. 'in nhstead
Scalp wound. ine parues xo me anair
were befr$ trifl(TnajQreterdajr, an(j
Williams Was bound over to court.
No. C Takes the Trumpet An Exciting
Contest Jadge Hackey'a Presenta
Thejblosjmg featuretpf oar celebra
tion fcfas the jprize Contest Saturday af
ternoon, in a reel race, participated in
by all of the home and visiting com
panies. The race was run along Tryon
street, the starting point being in front
bf thjp Western "Union Telegraph office
and the goal, the plug at the corner
near the Charlotte hotel, distance 250
yards. The race was opened at 3:30
o'clock in the afternoon and was run in
the following order and time :
Time to Total.
Reel: Flue. Time.
Hornet, of Charlotte 41
inaepenoent . ....... i 47 - 00
Pioneer, " 42W 00
Citizen, of Augusta, 37 50
f ncenixj or t;Qiumoia,f 40jJi 50
Spartan, Spartanburg, 43 00
R. E. Lee, of Greenville, ..... 42 62
Stephens, No. 6, Augusta, 35 47M
No. 2, of Danyille, Va.,, .... 48f 69
As the result was announced cheer
after cheer went' up for the No. 6, and
the members of that company mounted
their reeL and with uplifted brooms,
were drawn along the street singing
"Marching through Georgia." They
stopped in front of the Central hotel to
receive their hard won prize, from the
hands of Judge Mackey. The presenta
tion speech was made from the balcony
of the hotel. . Judge Mackey spoke as
CaptHyams and gentlemen of Stephens
Hose Company No. 6 of Augusta, Ga. :
I have been charged with the grate
ful duty of presenting to you the prize
awarded to the victors of the reel race
in the firemen's tournament. This mag
nificent trophy a massive silver trum
pet of exquisite workmanship, lined
with pure gold is the generous gift of
Mr. Edward D. Latta, an honorable and
publie spirited merchant of this historic
You bear an honorable name, gentle
men, and right honorably have you sus
tained it.. You have made the best
time on record, running the distance of
250 yards in 35 seconds, a portion of the
way up hill," and making the connexion
in 47 seconds pulling one hundred
pounds to the man. For you to have
failed in your effort to bear off this
splendid prize, in a contest with such
worthy competitors, would have been
no dishonor, but to win it against such
noble rivals, adds lustre to your achieve
ment. I congratulate you, gentlemen, upon
your triumph thus won in the peaceful
rivalry ot a oi vie arena.
"Pence hath herj victories no less re
nowned than war but, unlike the vic
tory of the warrioT, yours will not be
heralded by the ; unavailing moan of
bereavement, and Woman's cry of agony
uttej&dgf&HhB unreturning brave, who
felt on-eEpL "ploughed deep with
htinVi'lfe'o lap.d r wheel, shot-sown,
and biajc;&$& With steel." Yet the
qualitieetttarnari the true soldier are
those that most distinguish the true
fireman ; prompt obedience to orders, a
self-poised courage that discerns the
danger, yet confronts it fearlessly, and
that lofty spirit of self-sacrifice that
bravely walks,the path of duty, wher
ever it may lead, as the only path of
The volunteer fireman embodies in
his calling the highest form of the most
benign chivalry. He meets face to face
and with it wrestles for the mastery,
the most terrible element that can chal
lenge human powers or test the endur
ance of man.
Whoever has heard the warning cry
of fire at midnight, amid the congrega
ted homesteads of a populous city, and
beheld the rushing, flames as they en
wrapped in their fatal embrace the
costly monuments of art, the stately
mansion of the rich, and the lowly
dwelling of the poor, while in their red
glare every face was a tragedy, can ap
preciate the dauntless fireman who goes
where none dare lead, and few dare fol
low. I congratulate you, gentlemen, not
only that you have won this rich trophy
but that you have won it on a memor
able occasion as the present. It will be
associated in your memories and in the
memories of vour descendants with the
great event whose patriotic authors we
have assembled to honor.
"The dead, but sceptred sovereigns, who still rule,
Our spirits from their urns."
From the great hearts of theimmor
tal signers of the MecklenburgDeclara
tion of Independence came the first
strong pulse of liberty that thrilled
along the freeman's veins. To pay them
deserved honors, thronging thousands
assemble to-day from the blue mountain
to the blue sea. The farmer has left his
reaper in the harvest field, the profes
sional man his office, the merchant his
counting-room, and the mechanic his
work bench, to swell the praises of the
men of 1775. But above all, woman
lends to the occasion the benediction of
her presence. Matron and maiden have
thronged to this celebration. The cul
tured daughters of wealth and fashion
have come from the cities and the
towns, and blend their polished charms
in the mighty throng, with those of the
rustic beauties who have come from
the fruited orchards where the peaches
have caught their blushes from the
maidens who shook them down. All
these have witnessed, and now applaud
I present to you, Mr. President, this
trumpet so honorably won, in the firm
assurance that the words of command
breathed through its glittering tube,
will always be heard on the line of duty,
WILSON & BURWELL,
IVholesale & Retail
1 7 rade - ' - Street,
Offer a Large Stock of
All Goods in their line at Lowest
rs r , . . . Market Prices.
may! fl ? gj ji 0 -J? '
THIS a' tractive summefreso
1 ha hMtntr of tha mmimt I
trains on the Western North Carolina
$20 and 825. 3 Addresi
may 1.9 eod lm j
and In the hour of danger, it will give
forth no uncertain sound.
It has been well said by a Charming
"The bravest are the tenderest,
The loiing are the daring."
I therefore express the sincere wish
and desire it to apply to all the true-
hearted firemen here assembled, that
With yon bn Joy and duty found
And strength unite with love,
r, The eagle's pinions folded round
The warm heait of the dore.
Capt. Hyams accepted the prize in
this neat little speech :
Mr. Speaker, Ladies and Gentlemen:
In behalf of Stephens No. 6, of Au
gusta, I have the honor to receive this
beautiful testimonial of our success,
achieved in the closely contested con
test of to-day. In the past two years
victory has crowned our name, but
never before has competition been so
great or victory so sweet. We will bear
this highly-prized trophy to our distant
home, and across the broad expanse,
from the confines of Georgia to the
boundaries of the Carolinas, toot forth
To Mr D Latta, the'generous dona
tor, we wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks. To our brother firemen assur
ances that memories of this day and
their princely hospitality shall ever be
green in memory ; and to the ladies of
North Carolina our acknowledgment of
the interest manifested in our behalf.
In conclusion three rousing cheers were
given by the company for Mr E D
Latta, for the firemen of Charlotte, and
the ladies and civilians in general.
Citizens No 8, of Augusta, got the
second prize, a handsome silver pitcher,
offered by Alexander & Harris, and
which was presented to them by Maj
W W Flemming. x
Chambers Hose, of Daayille, got the
two boxes of cigars offered by McSmith
as a prize to the company that came
The Augusta boys won compliments
from all sides. No 6 especially, is a fine
company, being composed of the pick
and flower of Augusta's young men.
They appeared for the race, dressed in
the lightest and tightest of flannel, skull
cap. and easy slippers. On the run the
track-clearer Roberts leaped entirely
over a woman who attempted to run
across and then arrived at the plug
ahead of a marshal's horse. They are
magnificent looking boys and run like
No 8 has long been trying to beat No
6 and the result of the race Saturday
shows how close it is between them.
They congratulated No 6 in hearty style
and warned them to get ready for an
other race and to look well to their
The members of Augusta No. 8, to
show their appreciation of the good en
tertainment they received, and also to
prove their friendship, presented the
Hornets with an elegant silver pitcher
and bowl, goblet and waiter.
It is to be remarked that no com
pany from North Carolina, outside of
Charlotte, was in the race.
The only accident that occurred
during the race, happened to Mr.Isa
dore Markey, of the Pioneer company.
Just as the reel reached the plug he fell
and was rolled in the dust. The reel
was stopped before the wheels struck
him, or he would have been seriously
injured. A slight wound in the back
was the only damage.
Jurors for the United States Conrt.
Col Jno L Brown and H C Cowles,
the jury commission, have drawn the
following names of jurors to serve at
the next term of the United States cir
cuit and district court, to be convened
in Charlotte on the 2d Monday in June,
J Y Weddington, W L Manson, J W
Swaringin, T H Jerome, Robert D Col
lins, J W Long, Jack Gillespie (colored,)
Jno N Kerr, Joe Butler (colored,) R A
Grier, Oswald, Alexander, W P Little,
A G Neel, John Kirk, J T Clark, J S
Williamson, David Fite, W M Mills,
Thos D Price, F W Ahrens, J A
P W Furr, S W Harris, Richard Mc
Crea (colored,) D W Honeycut, J L
Query, A M Cook, G C Blum.
W A Starnes, James C Williams, E S
Harkness, James A McCain (colored,)
M B Simpson, Asa N Helmes, David
Webb, L D Helms.
James W Reid, Miles Withers, G T
Gamble, James B Oates, Geo W Aber
nathy, Ambrose Rhyne.
Wm Mullen, Jr, L E Sain, Malachi
Rhodes, J W A Payne, Louis Keener,
John Kidd, B H Sumner, M II Hoke.
CATARBB OF THE BLADDER.
8tlnglcg Irritation, Inflammation, all Kidney and
Urinary complaints, cured by "Buchupalba." 8b
Depot J. H. McAaen, Charlotte, N. C.
An Invaluable strengthened for the nerves, mus
cles, and digestive organs, producing strength and
appetite, Is Brown's Iron Bitters.
the reef rtMon ftfvWtori en l the 1st dav of Jnnel
I Wliili 11 IT HI I I 1 I W I -i. - "7 ,
9 turativa properties ot the water are well known. Coaches meet
Ballroad at Morgantor. Dally mall and express. Board per month
JOHN H. PIABSON, Proprietor,
Hw ItnlnA QnalMiia
Ftor Into ooeaaton we have larger
war oflf li
At ILL BB ONB
(fireat IttractioDS oftheCDay.
A VISIT TO ir
TO YOU AS WELL AS
WE INVITE E
Combine "Pleasare with PpolSfc'-
Whilst in the dy for Pleasure we propose
ALL1WOOL SUITS, gffiSSg, $ 7.50, $i2.00
ALL WOOL SUITS,
ALL WOOL SUITS,
ALL WOOL SUITS,
ALL WOOL SUITS,
THE FINEST SUITS, FOR
W M SHIRT Ir $11,
That has ever ben yonr fottune to secure. Extraordinary Vadueemehts In our com
ujuxxo- nuHsiamwu wamjb, comprisiog everything a man wears.
What we are Not, ! what,wft Aie
Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, fl'ioes, Hats, Haidwiie, Groceries, Drugj, a General Bartering Exchange.
NOT A CIRCUS OR MENAGpR-.
wnere a Jjiuie or jEverytning and but a poor assortment of anyibmg B gaedBy dbphfyedVKOV
Chatham street or J
Bowery -hid J? walk."
which of course indicates VALUE LESS!!!
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THIS PAR
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OFHA VINGPE VERYTHING
P M 3 T T ! H T I W
EVERY NOVEL STYLE, cJLSSS.
UUoa of our establUbment as being HE.X Q,TT -A-ttrTJUttS fat BE LIABLE
Good-t. We clear out all goods as soon as toey have run their course, and itTte to our customers that
the styles are off and therefore sold at a prtce.
Reliable goods are NEYEBeotdat half pftds in season, our purpose In business is te-XAKE MONET
and to accomplish tbU , . . . v -.-h
are to be expected. Notethtol and decide whethet
CODlee reliable iroeds from a fesnonatbie booae. sold
that In case of a hasty purchase the money will be
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mV f II- ll.llil'l v--t j-
i 1 1
tl .. . - '1