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THUKSDAY. MAKCH 5,
tOLLECTOW OTH jDlSTUlCT?;
WaliaWseeu a titioni.i tjtonil
taking f t,,e Pld"tmept f Mod. F.
sjjober tk office! of Collector of
Internal Kevenu lu tbei&h Collection
District r'-'; ,
?:W Wild not wgu tlifa petition, And
fOfU" paWic, sentiment
M we, ha v uofteu beard , it expressed,
would offer the main reason for, such
refund, 1 lhar Mr. Shober lias already
drawn from tbe public teat enongli to
hare made him a rich man. He has bee
repeatedly faVored-carred in j uursin
axnia for, man j ycarsj.auu -iw j v
titaiefcr' him to iro Alone. If lieMsjr
rich, niore is the pit I fof Jjiin, and lets
lha obligation of his friends to repeat
their efforts to biakajiiwao.
Astoit U jpit?d that Mr. Sliober
baa no VcUim on the . liewocratic party
which Jir beeu fully, and moat gcu
Arain. (hut if it Le desirable to brinff
iiirface l4ck to Salisbury, wliereit was
rit opened and Where it wu satisfacUh
rriy Wu,iBiteml, there is a largeuiim
Z VWTJ?f ; young actire, energetic, caable
aiid honest" men just as competent; to fill
tbe office of Collector as Mr. Shober or
a onejtlse, who hare bad no recogui
'tJq'p wjiatererji of their serrices and de
votion to the principles of the democratic
Reports of tbe fnaogn ration of fTresi
dent Clereuud," yesterday, reacted
- Waslilngtoii Iettcr.
From Oar Regular Correspcpdent.j V
thU worninlMtlooe for tday -I, W sarD. O, Fe23, J5?
Issue. v;Wo Jui ve arranged tfrissne fall - y?hef is!aaghQti " the, heart'. though
report ,as u extra aiiec wuwauiij mv v" I VMW .ir2M"v' wcgaj. w"5 -
Tbe -.Charlotte Observer brings us tbe
fi rst reliable report of the Cabinet Officers
under tbe New President, as follows:
Thomas F. Bayard, Secretary of Stale.
Daniel Manuhig, SemarVcM;CL
Trek.ilry.-' ' f "
Liicitu Q. C. Lamar, SecretAry of . tle
Augustus H. Garland, Attorney Gen
Wm. C. Nndictt, Secretary of War. ,
William F. Vilas, Pustiuastrif General.
WillUiui CWbitney, Secretary of the
Kvy . .
The Obligations of Coinmou Car-
-witnDuntin. The . pen
sion .office, the youngest and wickedest
of all the gernnserit offices," is the most
gayly bedecked : of ' all. ' It is iterally
covered vitb bunting eagTeSJiietds
and angels, arranged in tasteful designs:
never, in aji tneir illtten wealtlLar-
nrafea like the. great' political harlot, the
tlmted'taie; Peiisioii Office. And
what dcthS'aectaljonTpf inaugural
Joy mean t It' means to, catch . the eye
of Mr; ClevelaVid as hp Jcxdei to ihe Cap
itol, and to dsLztle him into fyHn'dness to
all the sins: of Dudley's minions during
Twenty tlHMisand a year from taxes Ui wp rwlv MnvoU w
tbe tnlverity mayJook swall to those Asnjocratieipeiisidiiw clerfe.4 Nobuild-
wbo Iiare calcnlateil largely a tlfe-iwrs- Knff i aii YVashirtrrtmi KWtpj
VeHtj of the State, but when tkVSIieriff the taste and gayety of ours.'' Aposta-
coiue t4 rake np tne money-iroiu tax tesu-froto your , owri vile iaith, it shal
Iiayera .It will be found. no, -caarwiatter. not axe-e from the death. Oh gen-
Tlie sheriff of this-. goodly couuty of erauon or political shigsrewVwho' nath
Rowan with, alibis efforts to jmake col- warne.eto.-ftee. from- the wrath" to
lections fir tbe 3-ear 1884, has yet a large come? n. J think not ,tq say -linto
amount of unpaid . taxes on i bis books, yourselves fiaye Aacaaam; uncoin
the war. Tbe prosect of better times is
eucouniiug it may be,
in the future. The mot
uie tate may oe cun tea uy tps of in the tj. g pension Officer 4
tliousiUnis, ani tney are sUhtjt passing There are other offip filial wifh
7rherels a wel
jTe pnnted'at the time the" press as
nociation's account of Governor YancVs
tpfech in- advocacy of his! ameitdment
tothe benate inter-otaw commerce bill.
The Record brings us the : speech in f ulL
So much "confusion has been wrought
inn the public mind by the efforts of the
"Slaves of the correlations to illustrate
hecubjeet of -legislation 'concerning
railroads by ? .examples-, taken from the
aftoirs and dealings pf private individu
aLirthat it is well enough to let in alit
tle Jight, np,w and then. The following
extract froin tbe .speech alluded to is
the simples aj well as (and therefore)
thj; best, exposition of the . underlying
principle of the anti-railroad agitation
th we have seen. The speaker with
quick and thorough analysis separates
the kernal from the husk, andr with po-
Sr JsJrtlii'i JDcatii Strtitfjrle. . g-f
Hie last days,", said Mohammed,
rincbiwloiisly ecboingaTihosjt the very
ironist of Scriptu re tberflbail come
great f trouble and -cUsiresii atrd inatiy
wflHi-f I Tbe t?rim nrtmbecvi UOW fd!-
'iPBS1?' ian4 a gOTIgCOQWrbf armshi!lin itself in the progiWive"downrall
ofjiiajenipinrmd tbe terriflccojiyjilsion
atteuding it. This iT is which give sncb
1.1s notice in another ptacfcThe lKTeUei . a couia go on tor
le of tbe State are poor, antUiaye feaJtan fe?' gS.ttW1 Wtt-.and the
o utter uunieiis ever since
all the inv&fiveMBurll .against .Phari-
but tliey UnJ yefirw aT- u"r. wwptm thecitiaens -pef ore the law. Why riot
J ICahlf to thnsA rtnnn whnttl t.hPir m.nnflA J--i.i .1 v. i . : ... J. .....
rtrM1ra. f!r,...iri7 " " :rr . " -v:. r,vr." rtVJr- compiew jine.'iaettMina &ran'"theniall.
vartv. "Who are tbey T If a lawyer were
necessary to fill tbe place, we would into the possession of a fuw capitallsU, foreboding and gJoom.
answer, here is -L. II. Clement, John W.
ilauuey, Lee S. Overman, A m. Black
mer, Theo. F. kluttz. liut it is not a
pysition; requ i i i ng a la wy ejr to fill it.
Any man" wlio can read and understands
what lie readt, and possesses other suita
ule qualifications, can do it.
thei'ctimmunity on which politicians al
ways depend forsuccess wbeu they come
before tbe people for promotion. Will
while the many tillers of the soil are be-
QiicsIji of Pergonal Privijesre.
iiist Thursday lu ring the evening ses
sion of the State Semite, Dr. J. W. Wise-
founded tear that the wrongs of a quar
ter of a century willnow be avenged, not
in the spirit of vengeance, but in - vin
dication of, a cheated and longsufferjng
N early everything is in readiness for
ti;s....-.. ...nit utM f.oi.Ri.ivs... n.wl n.. Hl?a : HauL w uie iourm oi
" r-r Morph Thofv wrnn hr filling nrUk
ueiu auu auuuts mai. element oi i o.u.. i Ti. :' ilji i..n"
4 'r ' r it . i ... iaiw5. - 11 ucJiiicctcU UlUl i.ully LWcIl
ili:ir fitr iinr lilnniA mmlif Onl I . . . .
m .... ..... u.k.iw . 4.W I ... 41... 1 . I .J . I I K Ji I : J
rim lit v ftturt nor. lui..- t.w,.wii ti. on inauguration day, and that the pro-
. - - www-iwym w maa I . T. . .
Judco and other officer iu. tiniH- Um cjssion will oe five miles m .extent.-
. - . - V ry - -1 v 1 l '
lliose ; viio propose to iicip an ott v,red to make an explanation, and said in The parade will not be confined to one
the Collectpifchip substance that be visited the Secretary of street, it would be too long,, but will
NtH MTM.JIftffTtM HI k illUlll llil tll .iaV . M-j .... . I 1 il 1 1 .
- ..... v.- v dwv.. i.iu mm mi- i :mnrfn n r na '.miTAi nw nitrarnn r rnni-iw
'. V .1 Hiwl M.lfl 111 tllM luuliuwlnn ..F tlx. 4.. I -J- . A ' ..- .
Se- fiitich about an office which is and 3U " VTrT V " . j t t- . fenhsylvania ; avenu is lined on each
a. l ' v . s a m ,ii nra - u 2 a a m uin a
has been for years a stench in the nostrils pHutnl copies of tlm act to the Jude and lde Wltn nuSe benched platforms, of
of evert candid.intelligent man m West- sherifT, and leariuir Komethiiii? mkrht no f capacity to seat twenty thousand or
ern urtli Carolina. So much, over the c,,r l4 prevent their reaching them he more spectators.
eraiuble to coufer it ou Dcuiocrats, who Mu i " " "o aci . r ireworKS-nave Deen piannea1 on a
- . . ' I unil iiisiiImI liMiii Ml jk tin. v.. I i.. t. ml
hare 'denounced it for Years from the " . , , r"" very eiuuuraw; scaie. ine 'managers
mvfcH'U0,,"Ul,0id, .no,n- uw cer. Suice doug m he had secured in- nrnmise the tiniest disnlav PVPrh in
seaboard to the remotest coves of the formation that the Judge had failed to ?!?miSe fe linesj dljPlaJ ... . n
mouutuinoas westli If u nartv ever,!., open court at the time- specified in the th.COUntry. The fare display yill be
!- I . - I in fha wimimAVkr rwmi-nAa
i aci oecause uie iu formation in nBnn hi uc luuuumcMr jiwiu unw
I rh iliniifTA CtiltuX tk !. l.:.. f I SPPn fmm nn v T:irf. rf fViA..if.v
i . . . i , I ...... w ...s.w v a mvil utm. 111 I.I . ".J. . v v-
pieuge io carry oui a cenain line 01 Wiseman then caiified the rUrlr-t ..! - Up InanWnwl UI l,r wilt
nolier. the Democrats of Western NnrlK I a lihr rmm il ..i..r.. r Cf.f. .i.:i. In iL-t . .1
. - r - j " uiic, n.uviK tue cuiei enieiTainmeni 01 me evening
Carolina are pledged againn the Internal t,cfd with tbe statement alove, visited the ball room this morning
itti uuil'u mil ixiiier:kri inns ifiim oiv- i i i
' mm m u.
blame or negligence of dutj.
ca n be
Itevenue System, s Out of pure sel-res-peel
men should disdain to seek a positidn
they Lave denounced, and from considcra
lions of -the simplest" consistency they
v should .relax no effort to retteal the
and have never beheld a more animated
scene. 'Along the wide stretches of the
great hall were engaged groups of busy
B.ocomboc.u.utjr h..ta before f. izans, tepgolstertrs, gai
..lature, n.k.ng the prlTl!ese f be- fitters, dWa etc. it rttamdrf ihe
coming a stock law count v.
A Philadelphia philanthropist gives'
ine poor some gooa DdTtce uuoqt nur-
elMsing supplies 4 le lavs" they inenr
an necessary expenses by buying in small
quantities. . For inataiicr, for au ounce of
washing soda the poor, trading nt small
feiiops, pay oue cent. A grocer will de
liver it tor 3 centsa pound. For flour
of the babel of the early " dsiys of : the
Centennial exnosition. But Cosmos? is
Elliott dc Marsh have ; just started a emergirrg lrom4 Chaos. Much of the
worK or aecoratiQrLr.is complete. The
splendid columns.' in the center of the
building have . been -htrag with muslin
and twined with " garlands of'smila.
ShieldsdecpratiQns, festoons- and vari
ous designs have been fixed in nlace.
furniture factory in Charlotte under flat
teringeircumstances " i s
The committee apjointel 5 bv thVKa
tional Cotton Planters' Asscia tion, hav-
I ""to nio worHiii'r OI II1B Miimii rn ,r .i
oy me pounu iney pay a sum equal to - ..A-i.s : . Aue spacious rooms entering tne mam
bukii Lurr-i r.. i nt... i kim m ucw iuiiiu on a new nrin- i au ci. a t n t
"- miitir, i iir ouy i . ; . w I nan jh nic msb uuur liuve nil oeen uS-
outterat tlie rate of a tub. whiHt rnll ro pronoauce ic a success.
cost $2.50. A half pound of snirar cost
then 3 centsV while a pound would be but
signed to different purposes. One is
it. T -Vf .i L' 4 t
iur me jrresiuent ana nis menas, one
-e ctniisjiiore. ir ?i ceut tea they pay
4bcen.t. For a 15 cent coffee they pay
30 cents. This, he sa vsl makes aVrirlfa
A bill has passed the General Assemblvl for the Diplomatic corps, one for the
nfhiu-...Ha !....:.. c htm niuoa JsiUnWi t 4-1. .' i i ii'll
mm mj inc ciijr; mi v lliningroil to I f wniws iui uie cuuiiuiiw.fS.
make a city, snbseitptiou to tho -capitbl 1 other rooms will be used for cloak
Arood cost the iMM.r almost double what stock and purchase bon is of : the Yadkin ; 8nPPer rooms, etc. The cloak and hat
rooms are tnemseives as large as ordi
nary baH rooms. There will also be
commodious toilet 'and! retiring rooms.
The supper rooms will, accommfbdate
800. people at a time and it. is
thought, they will not be crowded. . A
Washington, D. C, March 2.-Bcnia- Sf ? placecl fc ei?
mln Itiittfrwnrii. i. wimeua.il, ana a iorce or ponce: wiil
mln But erworth, commissioner of lt- fae in ihe hniMiW THp nHU. nf.M
--v W k J
they costjthe well-to-do.
Theie is no doubt about the coect
uess of the above statements, and I they
are not only true of Philadelphia liut of
every lown et much busiueKs, North or
South. Mddlehien lire very necessarv in
jman particulars but in , the heavier articles-'
W anijry groceries, consumers
Valley liailnwd Cotupauy to aii iimoiint
not exceed in-; 8250,000.
Btitterworih -ltealSriii-.Fa resell to
Mr. m. uoneral llattoui
pular conservatism, leaves the details
of the- compromise between the two in-
i 111... .1 :
rervais to lot low as mey naturally will.
The tendency of our financial econo
my is-towards the concentration of cap
ital Jri, a few i hands; and capital con-
centratea in. . jew harias has a power
of its own thai enables it to tyrannize
over capiiai tjaat is scaiierea in- many
nancN'nd' in small amounts. , Now,
bat laws' forjbic( absolutely the tyranny
of superior, mfearis bVer inferior-means?
vThe primer 'dbject of our free institu
tions is'tdSecu'fe'the absolute equality of
nlit In lra&t l..L. . ' ii .. I . . . .....
Vr ' " i " !ww,0,e m tne enrs, to-uay Jmuded his resiiniatiou
cepted it i
I Will Iiist akttAfr.jMh.! A I 1 11 i
inetitablnnnbih ri. i. . i','-" ' I w communication witn their torces.
producers and - tnyi from firt
Otherwis'piDfits, commiHsions, &c.t will contplimented him u
to I i-i i?; r : l j. -M i
, I SuiM.n tii i . . iiwojuui mc incite wruueui will ne
liandA. secretary Teller, who acrentAH i o.il:ii. i. i 1m , . .
... . . - - i iu uie miiienfis. ann wit naw tnf
C 7 H v vivvti i.
oay smairouirtities from day to day as
Tlifnk ol it, American: fariuers. ince
lptember there haabecu recfered in
New Vorkrer a million ftnd a half dozens
f eggs imjiorted from foreign Countries.
The imiortatl6n of eggs is on the increase!
Jt proves t&fi or three thinst: 1 sr. That
New Yorka wHl have eggs : and second ' ' , ' ftdm,"itrj d
thairtfiinn et?U0 bu,u methods. In accordance with
that if our mvn couutry faiis to prod
them otheitountries will not. I The i
poratlous arei mainly from Denmark,
llelgiom,- formally, rilungary and Po
land. N"' . .. ' , . U :
then, othen1ries will not. Th7 Z l"!1 fTV me,,,bcr wf Cabi-
v r-'oieir resiguailous lu the
nanus f resident Arthur.
u hrA'Krbliea -renorta na
ingnway W)Dbery; Trsyth a few days
"CJrPJl by egrt who asked
lieruiissuiiflu rjde in a farmer's wngon as
; "ewns returning home after selling his
j farm products in Winston. The fellow
Mhm ltftr&WI.. :.Y....:c. a .
i r-'-Mvuiiueu. uu ts uow in
f Torn TO PiEces.v mean l6 ste
lCodef,fW piitihgbf which a large
jsum irjre. ipaia. This Legislature has
made and la making aiimist numberless
change rtiiir it would aeem a new
eodulcetton-wtll be indisiiensable.
j TbeBkhmoridaiid Danville Kailroad
Pn3r,,y, thrr.Gd. . B.AiHlrews,
loi.M thirty cords of fire Wood W the
T6"1 ?f !lie Pof ftf Winston. Ij
, 1 bScJcg'time; and all Ui
valuable, foru that., :
' toiED AUVK Vf wo "terriUe ca
.4oMjitiWeLyfra(i atiuTtheiotlier in
Huttcpmbe opuaty1, C, : and we'll bet a
quart of groans! iur that neither of them
Is true, - v. - v ,
1 III! Is I SSI r ''KiiiiAiiI lill ' S
Mm ' i reporreu as
dead and burie, fcorhe present at least.
Eel those whaihare iMrs-bfllow. ! W
hay qoni. ' - . 7 "n ;'
The srits'nf rooms fiftWl fni fK
At; the close of business hours to-dnv dent's . retention Wa . Wti filial
the priucipal bmcers of the Post Office $5000 worth of furniture. PrAnf.
1nnf.AM - 1.1 ! ' i w . I ni. ' 1 ' , H '"in' . . ... . ... .
wr....UICIM, .ftwuiuieu in mo rustmaster eiect uieveiana, rresiaent Arthur and
mr. xuaiue win an oe at, tne -mauural
ball. ' -' : :
-Vice President-elect Hendricks arriv
ed yesterday and was driven to Willard's
hotel, where he will reside for the ore-
sent. Mr Cleveland isnot expected
uciuib ; i uesKuiy evening ne wilt go
io me Arlington, notel.nv-hich is in smht.
of , and two squares from ' the White
Houses On Wednesday, .at.lQ,o clock,
he will receive'a call' from the Preudffhfc.
who will conduct hiiu to: the ? mansion
which is to be his residence. For t Kpt tiPTf
four years. Then, after a lirfit liinch-
GeneiaPs rooni to take leave of Mr. Hat
ton, Uie retiring head of the department.
He thanked theiu for their faithful di-
charge of duty and received from them in
return expressions of their good will and
. . - - oiiejiparu, of
this citya lad about 15 years of age, and
who works in Brown Bros', tobaccofact
A Peabful Tumble Monday
ug, wys the Win.ton J?ettrftiVvf. vvm
- M . i , .... il. . . '11 H,. ..VJ.,. - . . .
n. oueppara, a son of Jivi SheiKiard of , iaeJ wm proceed rn the (fentre of
ry, fell from the fourth story to the first
noor inrough the owning made for the
passage . the large steam elevator a
ZZ?".?TJ 'M- ThB Medical L Bn.-Th
processHon to the "Tiinifnl , wTi-a.
president-elecjt Cleveland will " take thel
uam oi omce, ana rresident Cleveland
will deliver his inaugural address.
renuy imie hurt. We learn the.accideni
occnrml in attempting tit mount th
vator while in motion, w,icb he. missed!
and went tumbling through the opening
" n. a leartul leap, and one thai in 09
vuioi every 100 instances would be
TreutonN. J., March -MrsEmnia
Hedde... of Ex-Ca,ier Hedden who
emUleil the funds of a Newark banftu
im, and,, -mvliig ,U term Vlhe
state prison here: dW r -
x j inra Hjui ii
had been aciir ; a-- j : -
cure in eflarfs tA uwnN. L.
I , i T y "e v h v C
s pardon: He hasN,lrtifiotl
Dll viaitoiXt). :i .
Artier and dead with him not long ago.
Afcw dayra,nee she received worU that
probably noua,, would be done bythe
1 . T
a misdemeanor for arjy cme practice
medicine in Norjharblina without
urst oowunmg a license from the board
of medical examiners is another . step
forward in the States progress." 1 At the
meeting of the State medical society in
this city last May,.a committee waa r
pmte.consisting oiDrs. Jonte, dr&
sonvFLcrrphy; Satehlreil Wood
an4 Knox, to lav this matter before the
general assembly and ask for the law
Just ; enacted. v .SiAce?189 Q physician
could collect , by. IaW his fees, unless he
possessed the license of this. board - Th
present law exempts midwfvesphysi
cans adjacent to tfc Vinrbiia line, and
r ri m
surgeons oD.oinertates ho visit our
(state for' consultuiions.or snpriaJ slit"-
Tt. - . "r . . , wees. " wm i i
wtiirmn IW,,,,ucu,lP sn,te f W njetmakers will be out ired object; I hail
f'!!'. re'? -.a i -3proper
rich itUjd.rjoor an absolute equality in
methp4st o . acquiring wealth? You
majr'jwjflur laws already do this; that
the lpply alike. to all;meri; and if one
man is more snrewp, more zealous, more
fnifcal and wile than another, and so
I gets 'ahead of his. rival in business, it
can not be helped, and it . is not the
If uhction-of "Legislation to remedy the
disparity. Very true this is as between
private citizen and private citizen. I
would not have-it otherwise if I could.
i Jt would indeed b3 an ill-arransred moral
world if success was not the reward of
diligence, frugality, and industry. And
it tyould bes qukft as bad an arrange-
ni9nt perhaps- if legislation were reauir-
ea or even permitted to step in and pre
scribe; .the dealings . between the poor
ana; the rich, between ereat dealers and
small ones, between wholesale and re
tail bargainers. '
1 1, therefore, a capitalist can by buy-
mg iuirgeiy gei goous at cneaper rates
than the small dealer and thus under
sell him and break him down, of course
i 1 5 ... . - . .
tms; is beyond the reach of legislation,
for i man may 1 lawfully do as he will
with his own. He owes no duty to the
public in this regard, and the law per
mits him r to be selfish. But railroad
carriers or public servants: thev are
treated by the public, for certain pur-
poses,, ana to tn. ena tney are granted
certain high powers and privileges.
lhey are' invested with a portion of
public so verigrity ; as the lay expresses
it, they are affected with a public inter
est ana owe a duty to the public. In
obtaining, therefore a 'portion of the
uuuijtj soTereigrrcy iney necessarily re-
liriqtiish a portion of the rights of pri
vate citizenship, inotably that of exemo-
ionf from the public: control of their
business methods within certain reason-
able; limits. To give them artificial life
and perpetual existence, to eive them
power to condemn the. private property
of the citizens for their use, and to give
them exclusive control of the hisrhwav
jcor their vehicles, and then permit them
to go uncontrolled as absolutely as
hough thevwere private citizens in the
management of their business, would
monstrous proceeding indeed. It
'd be the stoi-yK)f Frankenstein con
verted into i actual act.
I herefore when capital buvs and sells
by the quantity to the iniurv of small
dealers we can, in either iustice or wis-
1 ! ' - - i 1 - - . " . . . -
aom say notning. mil when capital
obtaids transportation for its wares over
the railroad lines of the public earners
at cheaper rates than the small dealer,
by reason of the wholesale character of
tne freights or tor any other reason, to
the injury of the poorer man, then the
pnblfc, through the Government, be
came a party to this injury. It then
became feti injustice and a wrong, and
not a mere misfortune inevitably re-
suiting troni the laws ot trade. It then
becomes the dtity of the public by pro
per legislation to redress the wrong and
to restrain its agentss In vain is the
atteirjpt to iustify;these discriminations
on business principles? as well might a
juugt5.siy uia neos justinea m impos
ing ai light penalty on a crirriinal be-
caus'ehe was a wholesale offender, and
a neayy one on .the . luitortunate man
Who is honest ehoijgh tp be brought in
to court only occa.ionally.
. The - function1 of the j udse is to do
justice lmrriaHy; ,"The purpose of
cauiig mese carrym" corporations was
to carry gtiddsfor the citizens with like
impartiality. Those' 'acquainted with
me ucwtuaui- me naiiy ousiness oi tne
people well know& thaf the traders of
smallirmeans are-'alolutelv at the mer
cy of jtheir rivalsf greater capital in
nil traffic where freight charges enter
tohsrablr in.to tfe-cost of the article.
The' lg fisa are constantly swallowing
the little ones. It is bad enough that.
in th riature of things, this must be so,
but 1 teubmit that i becomes an iniqui
ty when the law, through its chartered
creatures, becomes a principal party to
Btich 4 proceeding. t.i;
. i lhei subject to which this bill relates
constitutes in my Opinion the coming
question, of American politics. For the
next twenty years" ii will be discussed
and examined with ever-growing inter
est. Many mistakes will doubtless be
made the attempt to legislate upon
it with justice to the people and the
corporations. But: a solution . of the
problem will be found. It may be that
this bill is one ; of the mistakes, but it
is a step m the direction of a much de-
its appearance as
i $he ekaxior in which: CoL WHn
lrigton wenfcto cmurch'wasf What some
satirist t tailed ua8pecimen' of- fJothic
8 v cture wneel" wiih Itahpgo-
t ,uuuy, green V enetlan Winds, Wctqr
ed panels; and a gorgconscoarbf arms
ruUy fc4trickedM and emMann1 nn the
door. It was drawn by; four horses,
and on special occasions, besides the
cdachman and footman, two liveried
outriders complete the style of the
than others of the neighborhood. The
planter gentry in those' days made large
crops of tobacco onw rich lands, with ne
gro labor, and sold it in the'markets. of
Liverpool and Bordeaux at from twen
ty five- to sixty pence per' pound, and
they displayed themselves onfall occa
sions as "persons of quality."
An authentic description of Gen.
Washington's riding dress gives him a
laced hat, stone colored Lcoat and t gilt
buttons, blue surtout, buff ; breeches,
boots and gilt spurs. He rode with a
Pelham bit, and was as complete a horse
man as could be found between Boston
and Virginia. Peale's portrait repre
sents him in the uniform of the col
onial service, . blue, f faced with scarlet.
and wearing around his neck a - collar
a formidable significance to the Mahdi'
present crusade and other Mussulman
outbreaks. A.U alike niesjp! 0,4:0 UibatsJ
b Utle which is the
111 thai world wide
deathUtrngsleof Islam.' Of the 110,000,
000 ftonU ieoplin the Moslem, world
i. e.3,000,0KI hi British Tiidia, 10,000, -
(XX ii Ceiicnil ASia, C,000,000 in AOsan-
istan.i ,otio,oi)U iu i-crsw, zawujuuu in
EnroHan Turkev, 2,000,000 in Algeria,
1,750,000 in Tunis and Tripolvand the
rest in Aialna; AfciaticTnrkey and tqna
torialiAtiica fully one half .are., already
either directly or indirectly under Chris
tian control, and the remainder, dreading
a similar fate, are gilding themselves for
the irreat conflict umiu which banes the
destiny of their face and their religion.
. Ha lora Paial
Ko More Dang
f- ... ri...
SojEtnixo for the Baby. What a tcr
noie iiraicTion aumt tne. nousc is a cross,
crying buby I A young man on the very
edge if matrimony might easily be fright
ened from his purpose by having tou niuc-Ji
and plate, with the number of his regi-1 of t,,a 8ort wf mUfe,c t the homes of his
ment, 32, engraved cm ih married tiicnds. YctTbabies cry comraon-
Thp fradi'fmna T,i P.ck n,-T W,en ",CT are JC Upe teaspoon-
Jhl TfT?1 k! of Parked Tonic, given the littleTne,
MaBuuiKiuu.m ua um use u& ni briuirmtnni ht fcntn )hA li. nnA
1 they Iso " bear witness to his , sense of gists. 4
jusuce, wnicn never vioiatea tne obli- r
gations of the most minute household rt
relations, and would not allow the
slightest wi-ons to the humblest of his
slaves. Ph iladelph ia T mes.
North Carolina in Cifngrress.
To A Whom it May Concern :
As it has becn,rcixrted bv certain parties
that my ehaiii Is not correct,! herewith an
nex the following eert 1 ncate of the Standard
Keeper of Rowan conntv, which explains
lu the lensjtu or the cUaln.
reoruiurjr s, iss..
Feb. 25th. in the House, oh the aues- 47 'certify that a chain I stamped tor J. C
x- . .1 ,iL. ; . Dernuwn8 correct. Out la using the chain the
tion Of the passage Of the deficiency ap- handlesjateach end of the cualn must be Included
propnation bill, Messrs. Cox, Dowd,
breen, O Hara, eid, Skinner, Vance
and York voted ay. Mr. Beunet voted
On the question of striking: out the
clause of the river and harbor aom-o-
priation bill providing for certain im
provements of the Mississippi river to
cost $2,800,000 and the appointment of
J as. U. jads as the engineer advisory
L' XI If!...-. . . - . . "
10 tne luississippi river commission
Hopjcg this may be satisfactory I remain
'J Very Iiespet tlullv, &e
' J C BERNUEA11DT, C. S.
Mnreh 5, 1885. 2t
ale ofi" EaancL
By virtue of a decree of the Snnerior
Court of Hiiwan conntv in tho n
I ; "T ; ' J " ' ' " "" w V 11111
Messrs. lxx, U flara, Iteid, Vance and lng' others. against Margaret A. Lin
York voted ay; Messrs. Bennett, Dowd,
Orreen and bkmner voted no.
London, March 3 A terrific explo-
sion occurea m tne oworth colliery, at
Sunderland, this morning. Twenty
seven persons were killed. The explo
sion As said to have beenaused bv fare
Later Thirty-six dead bodies have
been received from the rtiins and a vol
unteer force is still engaged in seeking
uie and; others,. I will sell on Friday 27th
March, !l8a5, on the premises at the late
residence ef Lawrence Linglc, dec'xi,
250 Acres or Valuable Land
adjoining the lands of Rnl us Fisher. Mo
ses Troatiaan, Jeremiah Earnhartand oth
ers, known as the Lawrence Linle lands.
lerms one-third cash, and the balance
m twelve months with interest from dav ol
sale at Jhe rate of eight par cent, per an
num note and good security.
i JPHN LINGLE, Com'r.
March 3d, 1883: 4 w
Standard Keeper's olicc!
T hAMtVtW S1t All wrmm,. C n
more victims. At the time of the ex- an MeasWffi
plosion there were 100 men in the mine
They were . imprisoned by the iammincr
. 1 . .. m w
01 tne cageway.
dinuiiu, Aiaren s. - rnrther severe
s:iocks of earthquake were, felt yesterday
at Granada, Loje.aud Alpbiua. A nnin
ber oi lion6ei in those places were de
stroyed.. No reports have been received
trow villages 111 the vicinity as to the
effect the shocks had up 011 them, but it is
eared that a number of fatalities occur
red among the village people.
be sealed pr ine penalties or tbe law win be enfarc-
1 upon must; wno iau 10 comply with this notice
i ; WILLIAMS BUOWN.
Feb. s, l885.-st Co. standard Keeper.
L OMETHING NEW !
tLMP CHIMNEYS vei
that will not break bv I W;ir inr culn of
i am "trli.7.ttl
The Dread of
H O P E
lc entfi Mi
Safety and Ease
it will tJ
,10t I'ifch 2?
1 u 1 It
kl ii...!. .
A prouimiit i.livsi,.;.,,, 1.,. ,
the proprielbri U.at if it
nL-e mil.i:.. lv. r acni
er' Friend" Wpuld outsell ,
market.- 'lung t fc
I most earnestly en (real
C - r, A 1 I
oiipieit with thin enlriHv I ; ,r
mimic a long oVstetrwral j.nu iice u M
hare never known it in r.,;i . (44ffi; !
luneH? 01 omj.n," ni.iilMf frt.e a n
stnown How 4 v ,rl.T-H
STOVR ntTiui- lULAn Jim
I ami wlir continue lo,;!"'
, on 1 1 a
KiTHweil known trirfHKouM;"1
rpr Its supenorltj- for Mill sK"
for ornamental mirpows, MoT
also be-had at this ouai rv a'....-. . '
F 'rro ina mn
1 , . I'i'wi m
DIAMOND DYES All
DON'T FORGET to call
all kinds 'at
for Sced of
New lork, Feb. 27. In regard to the
cbnditioii of Geu. Graut, Col. Fred Grant
says his father is a very sick man. He
TO THE LADIES :
Call and see the Flower Pots at
. j ENNISS'.
ins had little rest for the past few uights NfiTIflF Tfl fDrniTADC I
md is suffeiing constant pain in hh ear 11U I M 1 U "tUl 1 UKb 1
ami head. Dr. Douglas said he had a
talk with Dr. Sands at Geii. Grant's
house, and the result of the consultation
was that both decided that the cancer
oils growth at the root of the tougno was
hardening and steadily growing worse.
Microscopical exam i tuition made by an
expert proved beyoud doubt that it was
a case 01 malignant epithelial growth.
Ueu. Grant is a very sick man, and it ia
thought there is little or no hope (but he
New York, March
deil. lTl;tlt R (Miiwlir inn tvno ..i.f ...I
fwinehnnl. ti. P-..-i .1- L. 1 W"s 1uln? ne .Dollar's worth of
uIf ..... uarncn Sectsor Medicines of any kind will
.no um uouui, uui ma iMiysicinus oe given iu papers ot irt-sh garden seeds
Havinpr qualified as Executors of the
estate of-George M. Bernhardt, deced., we
nereoy noiuy nil persons Jiarins claims
against the deed., to exhibit the same
to ns on before the 18th dav of Februarv
i8U. Alt. persons indebted to the said
esthte are requested to makn
without further notice.
C. T. Bebxhabdt,
P. M. BKnNiiAnDt,
II. A. BEnNItARDT.
Feb. 19tb, I880. l:6t.
a raccalCure for
m I 1 '
Tested tor over8ix;
I MOUSANO CASES
Two Months. - 6.00!
ThritoaXhm, ' 7 Ot)k
itiouf msnn tufl
I UB LTmU M.
fct bHbif UkSfSS
ition to buiiiMw, m mm
Pom or imtmn..
-1 n , .
without deli,. Ts.: '
luni functiotiiaf ii. k.' I
Mm.n orjrinin.ii iwo f
ful and nnidhtniMk
of George M.
2.-At miduiht ttfiSH and OENTJINB Gardsn Seadsl f
and friemls bavo given np all hope of
his recovery. His doctors say he Is grnd
I here were many callers at the house
At ENNISS' Drug & Seed Store.
WANTED! -ONION SETS at
ENNISS' Drug & Seed Store.
HED C. OIL, Cheap-
lt7tIJ At ENNISS'.
Lynchburg, Ya.f March 2. The secre
tary of the Lynchburg Tobacco Associa
tion has I e ported the sales ot leaf tobae-
co for February at 2,30Q,000. pound,,
about-half of the sales ; for thu- same
month of the previous year. The want
of activity in the leaf trado
up in the stiles of ina nil fact u red stck. as .pyjiueofRrcfit:ssued out
the revenue receipts were 812.0UO r. 'JlTJl "wan uountj. in
., r ' , ' : i- uugu r.. troooin ana others, he rs
than for the Fedruarv nrev ua. mul at aw dfji. p i..i.k: A 9
m - - I ir uawuu n. uir l nur ipfirfrn
. i . . : n ww 'o
SHERIFF'S SALE OFliHD!
Uraee xcas in all her tteps, Utacaiinktr,
if r -
la every gesture dignity and h
-! : !:
appeared Motlipr Kp -.nA..
shine Iter fair descen. lams, wild ntf.
ercise of coniuioirneii.se, cure and jto-I
per treatmenl An enormous inumkr
of feniale comiainu :ire directly earn
ed by di.uurbuce or Kiijjres8ioD of
the Membra! Rinciion. I
casethnt sterling and unLiinpHirific.'
m l.,ELu'8 ! Female iXiuiLkn,
Will euect relipf til n,r
U from ilie recii)euf,.i most rHiiin- -
fauished physician. Il in eomjtoMrd of i
'm k'n. J....t.I,.. .. ,- -"J V
""1'iv -'-"uinaiion nas nevtr been fur- g .
D,f"e' It is prepared with scientific
CQ ikill fronTTiie fine.l materials. It ben 2
Millie flail!! for ' C.inRlamv rf trnffth. n
three-quarters of a million J)oiiikU were Hex jwd other', in my hands for collect u
shipped from here during tbe month.
fepnngttelU, III., Mareb 2. In the
strike of the Wabash ghomneii. sir. il.i,
place, there aro now 150, Uigainst U3 Fri
day afternoon. All the employes in the
boiler shop have oiiii- ineltid
foremau, and the men express .i detei itii-
naiion to remain out unless tho originul
pay roll is restored. The managers say
they ih get along a week as they are, ,
and if necessarv can closo the !
i ...:n ,...n !'. - . ....wf
4 mil Wll Ul PUU1IC aUCtlOn. lit th. f'nnrt.
House door in. the town of Ktui...,., -
The 2diDay of March. 1S85.
the following hal proncrtr. viz:
(1) A tract of landoasfsting of 81 acres
more. or less, situated in Stih. rr,
Kowan Cotmtyi alimniuif the lnnd ,r ii
F. Graham, Lafira Barker, and otliers- be
ginning at a Rtike, corner of No .2. on Jnn
tf. Graham's lire, thence N. 1 E.' 50.75 chs"
to a stake, corner No. 2. thence N: ftfti w'
14.50 chs. to astMke, corner of No. 4 ti..n,..'.
S. 1 W. 57,50 chs. to a stake, thnnr... v
86 . to the beginning. bein lot Tv a
the division of the lands of Hu"b Dobbin
debased. o ,
It is not often that the papers contain Another trrt u . .
au item that carries with it surh a i.r-l ioininf? the hU.tp i ... . . ' ad
- - j j r. 1- -'n.iiw.-ii mi. ieM
constancy tf utrenetb 1
icerlainty of enect elegance of prepr. ; j
won, oeanly pf spfiearenre and relJ. P
uve cTieapness. The te8iimony in iti B ;
favor is genuine, r It never farW wbtB
fairly tried. I '; 'g f.
Thin will certify thai two meoibfr g ,
of my immediate 'family, after havini tK
wflering for many years from menjlro- "
al irregularity, and liavine been treaU
ed without benefit by various medical
doctor, were at lepgih completely evrtd
oy one Dottle of Dr. Bi adfieldV Female
Kegulalpr, I In effect in hucIi cane if
truly wonderful, arid well ma'v die rem-
edy be carted "Woman's Iiet Friend."
'Yours; Keeper i fully,
j - . Jas. W. Straxoe.
Send for our book on I he "Health an$
Happiness of Woman." Minted free.
j BttApFlELD Kegulatok Co. i
I Atlanta. fJa. !
Foi4 m ihL WmMa mm. AU mum m to.
JCKES OF BtKSHAMTON,
niou ns ine lonowiug Horn tltc pruiriield Bt a sia,vc UH "u, wraliam's line cornrr
RepvblicaH: -Six weeks agolo day iUete Amv'V f 57'50 c,- to a
w.re three popular, handa.ne, well con- jftf dTta alukeli, c thence
ditioned bank men of Norwich, all. hold- 48.60 chs. to a hickorv thSSw ho6'
tehtatiyp .lejnslat ion.
i i r V -
in gotwl positious in iiusiuess aul socic- l5 '0 cl? to black oak, thence 8 2 E
ty, ait witti latuilies, and all lu seciniu
happy circumstances. ExM)gure
and now all three are behiiHl the bar
uieoiaio piisun ior iour ir tive years I 0l,'M8 Rsn.-rUtea at SaTisbarv the
encn. jvcuiouuou n.is ueeui terrible and ;? ow.-
suift." I ir:4C; : C KmrER, Sh-ffof Rowan Co.
siy : r viir.vw 86i e.
caiiH i;cres, beini .oT?1"?.?1
of lands of H62h Dobhin Alu Ul
ey In a
for workln? people. Senrt 10
f.ge. ana we will man ' vu t
valuable sample box of "maK
put you In the way ot malting w
lew daygtfeanyou evt-r at
any baslne. Capital not 'rwiulre. ,;,rujne. All
home nl work In bparnlme ouly , c n "J ,(.
of botusejc.ot aliases, grandly U(,nf',, au &
totseastty earned every, evening- '"'. (.liilRiw
want work may test the business, we uiarMljsiit4
paralleled offer: To all who are Jjot rmlIte.
we will send Si to pay for the trouble ojB5e
Full particulars, dlreci loas. etc.. st ut i-' poei
pay absolutely sure for all who start ai
delay. Address StIxson Co.. l'ortlanu, -nau
Aov. 27, "S4. ly
NOTICE TIT CREDITORS
estate of W. A
llll lliif -r. , liK-f
Wise are notified iuai;--
must present tliem to nie, on or ir .
11th day of February 1S80. or th B (
will be plead in bar, of tUcir rccoverr. ; ,
JAS. F, KOKINSON, Alm
. A. 1'"
s Feb. 10;h, lT:t,