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CHAELOTTE, :N;iC;;:ERIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1879.
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Vance Elected Senator Able, Eloqnent and Pa-
- ? triptic Speeches
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The House was presided orer succes
sively yesterday, by the-" Speaker, vMiv
Jones, of Caldwell, and Mr.rVaughan;
the handsome member from Alleghany,
both good end men. s
A Sunday-go-to-meeting air was nor
ticeable about - the members as .they
moved restlessly about the hall, asking
each other the time of day. "How long
before 12 o'clock T "I can't wait mdch
longer," said an impatient and original
Vance man. , "It lacks only two min
utes ; why don't Moring announce the
time for election T said another. "Good
Clothes," said a rough mountaineer;
5res, they are my best, and this is 'old
Zeb's' wedding feast. I tell you, I feel
d n good. Hurry the thing up, Mor
ing." . In the meantime the gallery was
being packed with the beauty and wit
of the city. The ladies a number of
very handsome ones; indeed, they were
all charming with, their bright smiles
and charming faces was a most pleas
ing feattire of the day's interesting ceremony;'-
Precisely at 12 Mr. Speaker Moring
announced in a clear, resonant voice
that the hour had arrived for the elec
tion at a United States Senator, whose
term at Office- would begin on the 4th
day of March,. 1879, and expire on the
4th day of March, 1885. Capt Cooke, the
gallant and chivalrous friend, and the
able and eloquent Representative from
Franklin who, up to that time had been
nervously pacing the lobby in the rear
of the Speaker's desk, stepped forward
in tha pit in front of the Speaker, hand
somely dressed in a close fitting suit of
black, and placed in nomination Zebu
Ion Baird Vce. t MrCooke said .' ;
, Mr. Speaker: I name for the place
Gov: ZebuloniB. Vance. What shall I
Say of this extinguished son of North
Carolina that is not already known to
you and toiall upon this floor; and not
only to you, but to mi "theeople of the
State. Of the great men that this State
has produced, not one has been so well
known to the great masses of; ur peo
pie as is Gov. Zebulon B. Vance. There
is scarcely a hamlet in the land to which
he has not been a visitor, and I had al
most said there are but few hearth
stones by which he has not sat. The
eyes of the people of this State have
turned toward Gov. Vance for the past
fifteen years, as they have turned to no
other man ; the hearts of his home peo-
Ele have beaten for him, as they never
ave beaten for any other man ; we a J
have expected much of him, we have
never been disappointed. At the close
of the war, in that hour of physical as
well as mental suffering to Gov. Vanoe,
when he was "passing under-vthe rod,"
there was anxiety as to how he would
bear himself; as to whether or not now,
that his power had passed from him,
and the motive to do well had gone
with it, would he be brave enough in
all things to do right (of this those who
knew him well had no doubt;) and the
question went up How is it with Vance V
and the reply came back he holdeth
fast to his integrity. Then came an
other time, when after years of strug
gling and. battling with almost poverty,
he was elected by the Legislature of his
State to a seat in tha united States
Senate, and when the slightest bend
ine of his knee would have given him
the glittering prize; then in whispers-
it was asked How will Vance withstand
this great temptation? and the reply
came sounding all over the land, Vance
has lost his seat in the United States
Senate, but "still he holdeth fast to his
integrity." And now, Mr. Speaker,
speaKing for the people of this State, I
say, let him still hold fast his integrity
and let him be United States Senator.
The tall and graceful form of Mr.
Hbrment, of Robeson, was seen to rise
on the right of the Speaker. With well
modulated voice he nominated Judge
R. P. Buxton. He said:
Mr. Speaker: I rise to place in
nomination for the high and honorable
position of United States Senator, one,
sir, whose very name is a synonym for
uprightness and purity; the upright
judge, the christian gentleman, upon
whom the foul tongue of slander has
never been able to make the slightest
impression ; one, sir, whose purity of
character, both public and private, chal
lenges the admiration and esteem of his
opponents. I place in nomination for
this high and honorable position, the
name of Hon. Ralph P. Buxton, of Cum-
Mr. Davis, the orator of the House,
and the able jnember from Catawba,
"sconded the nomination of Gov. Vance
in a speech replete with grace, beauty
and eloquence. He said:
Mr. Speaker In secondine the
nomination of Zebulon Baird Vance,
you will, I hope, allow me to recur to
one event in our political history, which
give dramatic propriety to his election
to the United States Senate and at this.
lime, For it has not been forgotten
who can forget it, sir that it was in
his narsnn that: the DeODle of North
Carolina were at once disfranchised and
insulttwL when eiffht years ago he was
excluded from , a seat in the Senate,
and bv its partisan majority. His re
election now, therefore, will be a vin
dication of the sovereignty and self-re-
snect of the'State' of North Carolina.
And it will be more it will be a fitting
rebuke to V that political party, wmcn
.has solonsr proscribed, plundered, and
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villifiett our people, ana wniie as sucn
it points , its own moral, it will serve-
also to remvna us oj. a ius.e muiueub m
ancient history. For it was' the boast
of Rome's noblest statesman, after his
recall from that banishment into which
he had been driven, bv the fury of
Claudius, it was the irjud boast of
Cicero himself that all Italy naa Dome
him upon her shoulders back to ltome.
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sucn ovation is noi onen ine states
man's reward but is to-day the reward
Of Zebulon Baird Vance. ; For it is with
no less of pride and enthusiasm, that the
Temocrats of North Carolina now stand
ready to return their own beloved pub
lic servant 10 uiai piaue xruiu.wmuu
eight years ago ne was unveu wuu
every circumstance of humiliation to
t.hp.Tn.,; . , t
The ballot was tnen rajsen anu resuii
ed in Gov.' Vance receiving J7 votes.
Mr. Buxton 39: Mr. Mernmon l ; ana
MrTho&,-&-Asbol. m -
Mr, -Jflmng, 01 Montgomery, in ex
planation' of nis vote, said that in a con
test, hfitween Gov. Vance and Mr. Mer.
rimon he was instructed to vote rorr.
Merrimon. That emergency had not
arisen. He therefore voted for iMr.
Reynolds, of Halifax, a colored repre
sentative in' explanation of w his Vote
said that in .a contest betweeniGov.
Vance and anv other Democrat m the
State he would vote for Gov; Vance. It
was, however, a. partyt question - anu ne
voted, with his party for Judge Buxton,
.inn Turner asked permission to ex-
blain his -vote.' -He 'stated thatlhi3'peo-
ple naa insiruutt5U mm ai rtatiioK
Vance. For that reason and for-others
which, were satisfactory to himself he
could not vote for him. ; A point of or
rlfirl TaiRAri bv Mr.' Foard.- of Surry, cut
Wrabff. With' a stubbornness charac
teristic of the manv he appealed from
the ruling of the chair sustaining the
pointof order. - The chair was unani
mously -sustained by the House. Mr.
Turner then asked that his vote be re
corded for Thos. & Ashe. ,
Mr. McCorkle, of Iredell, when his
name: was" called responded emphati
cally: "The ' mnnitable ; 'executive,'
Zebulon Baird -Vance second to no
man on God s green earth." ; -
Mr. Bingnam. who voted for; Merri
mon. subsequently changed his vote to
Buxton. ' The ; vote was announced.
"Thank GodT reverently said a mem
ber. "It s all over, now let us adiounu"
And adjourn the House did.
. SENATE PROCEEDINGS.
In the 4Senate there was . an air of
tameness and' soberness about the pro
ceedings, Decommg tne "severe aignity
of that august body . Mr. Dortch Domi
nated Gov. Vance, He said: ' -
Mr. President: The long deferred
wish of a large majority of the Demo
cratic people of North Carolina is about
to be accomplished this day, in the elec
tion of Zebulon B. Vance to the Senate'
of the United States, and whom I now
put in nomination lor that distinguish
ed position for six years. After the 4th
of March next, he is to be the successor of
another distinguished; son of the'State
Who has served his people ably, faith
fully and honorably, and who retires
with the respect of all, in obedience to
the sovereign wilL -
in a Drier out very leiicitous speech.
Mr. Everett;' of : Forsythe; nominated
Judge Buxton. The ballotkresulted in.
Gov. Vance receiving 33 votes, BUxton
12 and Mr. Mernmon 1.. :. .,
Mr. Brower, of Surry, voted f or Mr.
Merrimon under instructions. .
To-day in. ioint session of. the two
houses the sovereign will ' will bere--
corded and Zebulon Baird Vance will be
declared elected to the United States
Senate for the term beginning March
4th, 18J9, and ending-March 4th, 1885.
.bet us have peace.
Supreme Court. "
Raleigh News, 22d.' ' ' ! :
Court met on yesterday at 11 o'clock.
Present, Chief Justice Smith, and 'Jus
tice Dillard; Justice Ashe absent on ac-t
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uuiuit vi sickness. ... ,r- t
Appeals from the fourth district were
called as follows:
State vs. John E. Scott, from Cum
berland : argued Attorney GeneraLKe-
rian for the State, and T. II. Sutton for.
deiendant. .
Earle & Companv vs. R. W. Hardie.
from Cumberland ; put at the end of
district. :
T. C Leak, administrator, vs. Sol Bear
& Brothers, from Richmond; argued,
Piatt D. Walker for the plaintiff and j.
D. Sha w for the defendants. '
State vs. Emanuel Leak, from Rich
mond; argued, Attorney General Ke-.
nan for the State and J. D. Shaw for
the defendant.
Court adjourned until to-dav at 10
o'clock.
Finding Fault With Their Own Work.
Washington Post!
The farmer and mechanic are begin
ning to suspect that there are too few
of their sort in Congress. Sixty of the seventy-six
Senators, and two hundred and
twenty-three of the two hundred and
ninety-two members of the House are
lawyers, but as they didn't elect them
selves the fault is not theirs that they
are so numerous. It the larmers and
mechanics desire to change things in
this regard they have the matter in
their own hands. They do most of the
wrong. It is not in good taste for them
to find fault with their own work.
Par Nubile Fratrum.
Greenville (S. C.) Enterprise and Mountaineer.
We congratulate the Old North State
upon the choice, lioraon, Hampton
and Vance! A grand trio, in character,
talent and patriotism.
Not Medicine bat Food.
The fall and early winter season Is the harvest
time of hacking coughs and debilitating forms of
Catarrh, just as the later spring Is the seed time of
malarial fevers. To know a certain-core of the
one, and a preventive of the other, is to have with
in our reach the most inestimable blessing of the
period. We do know of them, for these really mar
velous properties are combined in Scott's Emulsion
of Pure Cod Liver Oil with the Hypophospites of
Lime and Soda. " ' i
There is no form of Dhrsical waste and prostrat
ed vitauty, that a bountiful use of the Emulsion,
will not change, to glowing health and full life and
vigor, and then it is nol a disagreeable medicine.
hut the most delightful kind, of food. y - i
For uDwards of thirty years Mrs; Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used for children.- It corrects
acldltv of the stomach, relieves wind cello, retaliates
the bowels, cures dysentery "and diarrhoea, whether
arising rxom teeming or ower causes. ' au oiu anu
well known remedy. 25c per bottle. ;
(&xokzv and (&Vxssvimvz
rpo MERCHANTS
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
Having met With such flattering success in the
Wholesale and Retail Crockery business since I
opened last November, and from the fact that I
have received many orders, from merchants in
North and South Carolina, Georgia Tand Alabama,
I am confident that my success is certain.
, Owing to the above Jaotsl have been compelled
to enlarge my business a hundred per cent
I compete with any' Northern " Jobbing H ose "
In prices, too. AH my ware I buy directly fr ra the
Factories; therefore it does not pass ttfroa sec
ond hands, and I am enabled to sell goods as low
asthey can be bought at the NORTH.
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Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets we make a Specialty.
We have much of this kind of Goods in stock at
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DECORATED CHAMBER TOILET SETS.
Dinner 'and Tea Sets in! nely the "same' propor
tion. 1 Our Retail Shelves ar complete filled with
the largest juid best selection t China, Crockery
and Glassware ever brought to this country. "
Much care taken In paktag. Circulars and price
list furnished upon application, ;
thanking you for past patronage, &&, I remain,
Respectfully,,'
. , . JOHN. BROOKITEXD,
' Trade St. near College, under Democrat OfScej :
't Charlotte, N.C
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T O CLOSE O U rr i
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Will begin the Grand Annual Closing
There will be a Grand Rush and we would advise
it will be to the many
And to others It will repay them to Invest for fu
ores, we would suggest this circular be-retained.
You can buy English Fur and Whitney Beaver
worth $32 and $30, at $24. Our Fine West Eng
ment of $20 Overcoats, embracing Worsteds, Cas
Brown Meltons, marked$15, $is, $17 and $i90,
Our splendid heavy Chinchilla Coats worth the en
Vests, $27.50, $28 and $30 reduced to $22-50,
away Frocks and Vests, $20, $21, $22 and $23.50,.
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ment of Casslmere Frock and Sack Suits, sold-
Our entire Stock of Casslmere Pants ranging $8.50
$5.50. and $6.00, one uniform price, $4.00, TO
Will be sacrificed, some 300 pairs all wool Cassl
Hankercheifs at 25c TO CLOSE OUT. A small
ur Fine Merino Underwear, worth $2 each Shirt
Oar stock of Boys'
Will be arranged In connection with the " Clearing
garments and other perishable goods, to be slaugh
In many instances the quantity Is small and sizes
CLOTHING! CLOTHlNn I
LO THING! CLOTHINVT;
: W. KAUFMAN i CCS. :
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'. CLOTHING HOUSE!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Havms determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the neonle of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
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ConsisUngof the usual variety of MENS, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
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FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask is that our friends and customers
will give us a call, as it will be to your interest, and
you will save from fifteen, to twenty percent on
your purchases. W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.. .
Springs Comer, Charlotte. N. C
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QORN AND WHEAT EXCHANGE,
i Postoffloe Address, Charlotte City Mill .
Parties having grain to grind or to sen will find
It to their interest to can on the undersigned; Meal
ground either fine or coarse, according to order.
Thankful for former patronage, I will give my
prompt personal attention to all orders from one
bushel to a car load, . - - .
- " ROBERT D.. GRAHAM,
s . Superintendent
TTTE HAVE A SELECT STOCK ' " - :v
vi Of Whole, and, Ground Spices, including Fells'
mixed spices, try it and be convinced that there Is
nothing nicer. ; ' L. B. WRISTON A CO. i
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COX'S and NELSON'S GELATINE, . . .
Cora Starch, Italian Macaroni and Pearl Ta
pioca. " -V' L. R. WRISTON & CO. j
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OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WINTER GOODS I
Sale of all. heavy, fabrics, embracingOvercoats,
' ''.WINTER UNDERWEAR,
oar friends to can early In order1 to enjoy the
: WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT t
who have deferred purchasing, looking forward
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tare wear. Annexed we will give a schedule of
To-day will begin the great distributing sale of the
E. D. LATTA & BRO.,
TO CLOSE OUT.
Overcoats, Satin lined, $40 at $29. Our Fine
land Casters, $30, at $25. Our Olive Brown Cas
ters, Granites, Chinchillas, without reserve, at $15.
at one uniform closing price, $12.50.
tire season $10 $7.00, TO CLOSEOUT. Our fine
TO CLOSE OUT. Our entire magnificent line of
all at one uniform closing prlce,$18.00, TO CLOSE
readily the entire season, $15, $18 and $17.50, at
Our $10 and $12.50 COSSIMERE SUITS, at $7.50,
TO CLOSE OUT.
$7 and $7.50 at one uniform price, $5.00. Our
CLOSEOUT. Our large variety of $4 and $450
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mere Pants, $3, $3.50, $3.50, $3.75 at $2.50, to
assortment of the celebrated Starr Shirts In in col
and Drawers, will be sold at $3 per suit TO CLOSE
and $1.00, at one uniform price, 50c
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Clothing will be offered at prices lower than other
TO CLOSE OUT.
Prices" In our regular and desirable goods, certain
tered at less than half value.
few, and in order to procure Just what your heart
. CLOSING OUT SALE.
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Respectfully,
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Fine aothlers and Tailors.,
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FAIRBANKS' SCALES.
For Sale Also,
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Casslmere Suitings, and
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Lest advantages In selections as1 well as bargains.
with solicitude to this
prices, and as our goods are marked In, plain flg-
mammoth stock of
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Jessup Custom made garments, silk sleeve lined,
tors, silk sleeve, $24, at $18. Our entire assort
Our attractive variety of Worsteds, Oxford and
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Dahlia and Black English Worsted Frock And
English Worsted in Black, Brown and Dahlia 'Cut
OUT. The handsomest and mot attractive assort
one uniform price, $12, TO CLOSE OUT.
Immense assortment of Casslmere Pants, $5,
Casslmere Pants at one uniform price, $a.00j
CLOSE OUT.' Our remaining stock; of Ladies'
ore, worth $2.25, at $1.00, TO CLOSE OUT.
OUT. Our entire stock of Underwear, worth 75c.,
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merchants can buy them,
lines of Worsteds, in Coats and Vests, odd broker!
most desires. Call early, in the
Very cordially,
' E.- D. LATTA 4 BRO.
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Beg to call your attention to the fact that rtis
their desire to give to our eity a
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Where any and everything that the trade of our
community may desire, can be had. We shall make
it a point to remove the necessity which some' of
pur people claim to have been placed' lito order
Goods from, abroad, as we shall alwova,keep a
large; well selected and :fyk0$f$tit
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No effort will be spared on our part to make our
Retail Department a Grand Success, and we pro
posertq bring it gradually to such a standard as to
make It j-
SECOND TO NONE 60TJTH..f ii
Our MR. BARUCH will give bis personal , atten
tion to this Department and his former success In
lust that class bf business satisfies ns that our ef-
forts in thlsjpartlcular will be appreciated by our
numerous friends and customers . . ,
We shall continue to offeMor the next 30 days
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WUh' a view of Irnatniig room for 'onr Srrmg1 and
Summer stock,.whIch we will place in our store as
early as itne season win admit ;-r.j,-,yj 5,
t THE LINES OF OUR
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Jan. 21, 1878. . . '
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