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Ecjjtor aa Proprietor
CBAS. R. J05S8,
Fie from the doting scruplttthat ettf our
free-bora ttmJ ) ' ' i ' ;
SATURDAT, APRIL 5, 1879.
THE ARMY AT THE TOLLS THURSD At'dDE -
;. . PAT7?,mJr?QJu
, i- -
Thursday wasa preat day ..ill. the,
House and those were excellent speech
es delivered on both sides of th ques
tion of repealing by -riders on appro
priation bills the pectiorcof tiie Revised
Statutes 'which authorizes the use of
trooDs at the polls Son election; days.
It causes one to think better if his 1
country to read the arguments employ
ed by the opposing forces and to; study
the line of battle, laid down by the con
testants. Knott, of Kentucky, i spoke
fir3t for the Democrats and was follow
ed by Houck, Republican, of Tennessee.
Secor Robeson, Grant's secretary 'of the
navy, followed against the line of poli
cy laid down by the Democrats, and
iudied bv the telegraphic synopsis of
his remarks it is i not to' be denied that
he made - a -' telling speech. 1$ was
a strong and captivating presentation,
of his side of the ease, and it is much to
doubted if more could have been' made
of it than was made of it by this crea
ture of unsavory record. ,
But tlie -peech of the dayj was that
delivered by Blackburn, of Kentucky.
It was a most happy and effective ob
servation which marked the introduc
tion of the logical, eloquent and manly
effort which followed, when hp said,
in reply to Robeson that "the per
formance would not have beenj com
plete, would not have been )f airly
rounded off, unless some member of
the privy council of thali imperialistic
dynasty under whpse administration
the very vicious practice had grown up
to what it was now sought to Repeal,
had testified on the floor on its behalf."
Only this in reply to Grant's henchman,
and. then he addressed himself to Gar
tleld who had spoken only & few days
before on the same question. The as-,
sociated press gave us an outline of this
speech lengthy and most excellent.
A few passages from this report had
fc be omitted from yesterday Ob
server, oo account of the very un
usually late hour at which the 'report
closed, and to-day we take much pleas
wre in laying before our readers so
inuch of this speech as was necessarily
crowded from out columns yesterday
The speech was so forcible and striking
t hat we can afford to withhold no part
of it, and taken in connection with that
which was prmtedjyesterday, tjie fol
lowing will be readily understood :
What provision of the Iederl con
stitution undertook to clothe anybody,
either the President -himself: or foneo
his privy council, the Secretary of State,
to sit as he had done on the floor of the
House last Saturday and by his presence
and approval seem to intimidated over
awe and brow-beat the. American Con
gress? Derisive laughter on the Re
publican side. Who had commission
ed the gentleman from Ohio to tell the
House that it had better be careful be
cause the issue was marie arid tlie Presi
dent would not be coerced into a ioieas
ureof approval?-1 Did the gentleman
from Ohio or any ether gentleman, put
such a low estimate on the self-respect,
the integrity, the courage and the man
hood of the House, without regard to
party, as to believe that such a i threat,
so flaunted, was to intimidate the law
making branch-of the- government and
shape its action-on measures of legisla
tion?, ; . -:i' Vim fi 'jfhiflf
Mr 2)lactoLiii pfoejedetl $tf qiitfe
from Mr. GAraeuri speech to h kStil
that no petition, liad been presented to
Congress for the proposed repeal, and
Did the gentleman mean to stand by
this declaration? Did he not know
that the Congress just expired bore up
on its files petition aftef petition in
contested' election cases ' protesting
against the presence of military at the
polls, denouncing the usurpation and
he'fairtdremembe that the State of
Louisiana, a sovereign State, had sent
her memorial, in ' which in thunder
tones, she anathematized the present
law? But the gentleman went further
and if possible did worse. It is general
ly troe.tMtto.rjerAYe. silences-tha
tongue of distraction, ,hut .the gentle
man irom uoio lorgiecwng himself in
his speech forgot also
lor qno,iaEe im cafkeh
teen lohgi yeajs wis ML-it. carefully
and teli mf theti'whethV H Me in the
mouthrf$hilea4wnfna WHce 2reut
but now 'waning nartVUdVreud ' biclutes
to anybody, either on .the score of revo
lutionary legislatknr-or xtraneous in
troductions f legislation on appropria
tion bills. Better far, in the face of the
record which thev have made, htatar tn
listen patiently to the confirmed; drunk
ard as hf) deals, on the virtues pf . tem
perance, or better let the queen j of the
arnii monae elaborates the beauties of
female virtue, or let .the devil 4rate of
wo Bcueine oi universal redemption
than lor jxomuies On good morials and
lectures on revolutionary legislation to
De aeuvered irom such a source. Ap
plause on the Democratic sideJ i ' -
Havthg read the act of George il he
' Tom mat day un now I do 'declare
that it is not within the howm-T nf an w
man to find a scion of the Saxon race
that has not ever held in utter contempt
the effort of him or,them who B0ught tci
control the freedom: of the ballot by the
employment of military power. Ap
plause oa. the Democratic side. -The
Tory .army -xi, zms country protests
against such a prostitution j of
before me the distinguished General-in-
chief, ot: the-American armv. tan
-bherman was occupying Garfield's seat J
and do not believe -r, that I misstate the
fact when I say that from him down
to the lowest subaltern it s difficult to
find a commissioned Officer who has not
repugnance for.the service which, under
this prostitution of the army s hei has
Pt5m the deU'sHtemenfejust recem,
cd at this pfflce fxotfl ; th;treasurjr::der
DatTJwe learn that the national -.'debt at
thfclo Of busies h
e2,44787.12 : ;At: the same time; the
total amount of cash in the treasury was
$420,787,4589. The increase Jn (he debt
during the month of March amounted
to f892,724.17The decrease in the debt
Ince June 30i J878, has been $8f6867.r.-
Mr. Vance was absent from his seat
in the Senat3 last Tuesday, on account
of sickness, lie was paired with Mr,
ST23ierF4e: Nebraska. If.
As every station tn life has its advan
tages and disadvantages, the proeaiini
dicated in tne capuon apqye poixe iruiut
which the poor an hurptlare forever;
free, and ooe tassmicrvtne ncsrana xoe
great are ever liable. It is the meanest
and the most villainous of all the meth
ods of theft which the ingenuity of the
wicked, has, .ever jjontrived, and the
extent towbichUtl is practiced will nev
or hofcnflWBi iilt. is iMMtrftiiiMiijt yt
essence, and, depends upon .secrecy fpr
U sncdesbf prdpagatioii ' It m a ftok
ipus plant which cannot live in the sun
light but which must depend for its
those impurities which tne
many who ikusi u li
ittf tneir chatifiets hig
an 1 emDloved bv anv man whose
reputation is a little better than a con
vict's or by any woman whose charac
ter is a few degrees higher than that of
the street drab.
A notable case of blackmail has just
come to an end in Washington City. A
shrewd woman, a fallen woman, a wb-
man wno naa uvea wim oiuer wcu
without having been married to them,
levies blackmail upon a United States
Senator. Shrinking from having his
name subjected to the associations
which were threatened, he submitted
again and again to the demands made
upon his purse, until they ; became in
tolerably heavy. His refusal to be bled
further resulted in the threatened law
suit, and the plaintiff has been cast.
It a ituittej. far:nel-public ,pan
gratulattotf thiftt tfftsAe beftt
has been. It is to be hoped that the
general effect will be good. It is much
to be hoped that Mr. Cameron's sturdy
example will find many followers. He
should have taken firm and decided
ground in the beginning, but it is much
better that he should have taken it late
,1116 not at; all. , Hp if Id be cotonaenfl
edr and this commendation should be
free from that ridicule which is so apt
to spring to pen or tongue in view of
the defendant's age and the peculiar
circumstances of the case. If other
men,, high in position, would take, his
"decideti standi blackmailers- wotilfl be
put to confusion, and blackmailing
come to an end.
The responsibility for the .recent Al
ston murder in Atlanta is shared by
many, among these Policeman W. H.
Smith, who has been discharged from
his position on the Atlanta force for not
preventing it when he might have done
so. This is a most excellent example.
unarms mux. jerenctrx as io ine i'u ( s
1 Detail hi thefPriniisti '.
IONIjon, April 4. In the House of
Lords last night the Marquis of Lans
down complained that the negotiations
between the Porte and Greece, regard
ing the settlement of the frontier opei
ations were unduly protracted and re
commended a resolute guidance of the
forte by the great powers to induce it
to comply with their wishes as express
ed at the Berlin conference.
Lord Salisbury, minister of foreign
affairs, denied that the .negotiatiohs.had
taken a long time, as from his own ex
penence of Oriental negotiations he
had known matters of considerably less
lmponance 10 iaKe a much longer time
lurkey and Greece have been so far
unable to agree as to the urecise fron
tier., L ndoubtedlv.iit present, the uros-
pecs or seuiememiis not ven - near,
;ommuni?auons between the bowers
are, however, proceeding. The attitude
- . A
of England is unchanged. Shehascon
uiiuva to aavise ine rorte: advice was
one thing, but the term, "resolute guid
ance smacKeu oi saitiietre. le was
not prepared to say that the govern
ment had arrived at that point. Its in
lenuon io unng auout a settlement is
sincere. The chanees of a settlement
will be greater when the present pres
sure on another frontier of Turkey is
Lord Beaeonsfleld followed in a sinii-
Uir strain. He believed there .was a
mode of fairly adjusting the matter
satisfactorily to both parties. He did not
iaKe at all a gloomy view of the subject
and pointed out that the advice of this
conference to the Pprte relative .toiue
hnq of the1ffontiei'wa rtbtbfinduVtiul
YELLOW FEY Kit OX SHIPBOARD.
Developed to fiVgluS wfjfihd Win-
irrea in xtosion i lie uerms not
Killed by Freezing or Fu
s, Abril 4. The United States
steamer Plymouth. CaDt. Harmonv.
which left Boston March 15th. for a
cruise to the West Indies, has returned
n lfinnn.wl 4S 1 i .
iucj(aiu ouuuu on itcuouni oi.two
cases of yellow fever occurring oh
board when about 300 miles south-east
of the Bermuda Islands ' The ship had
been in Boston, during, the winter, and
as she had coine troin;lhe West Indies
last autumn- with yellow fever on
board, she had been frozen out an&jfjiJ
migaieo. as siie naa jnoHiied in any
port since landing at B6sto7v this devel-
low fever still existed in her, and shell
was neaaea north, bejng, deemed jinder
the circumstance, unlit fox craising in
the tropics, oiyn' the 3ist ultl rrifn Iprs
than loo rniies south pf Martha's. Vine-.
yara, sne met with a "very heavy gale
from the northeast ; one boat was lost,
also the lower studding sail boom, and
the VesseMeaked considerably through
ner upper worKs; but the next day the
uei upper worKs; out tne next da
wihd shifted ap4 the svtaltief; Ni
better In'this gale Peter EuganT
swam mate, fwas bried, having died
Of yellow fever on the previous day.
The, 2d of , April .she, anchored at -Sitifo
ska Point , in , Vineyaixl umd;T 'where'!
8hi avrHirn i 'ArA'ni-ftn 'wi !i " 1
'1 . 'J1fM ,i:i:M-tH r.Uj.s
Umt ate ircmt potii-t to-day hc-
in the 'Atanpo case of iee , KSuS
maniKwas signed araf a writ of error
i - ' -u i. i tt m mvr
Id R.K!kingham Cohuff.
rt&?s-L r,?i.-rTiM;.v-3--iif a
down, scattering furnUqr, , breast,
One DOV was killed and -manv aavinnZA
j, - J WAAWUOJI W ' I
mjureu DyimimgiTUBDeKJ.-J Trees
fencea were blown te pieces and" great
damase was jdenein?-theiVft&itHji
f ni(Vd Staiet Bonds ln-Kngland
- t 'E .
il L,DNTXN, April 4.
The Tinned fmstn
savs: "United. States mv,ir,hipW.jfc..ir-riiTVr0,vV?uub
uy iutvwi9 wxio uave increasing aim-
cuity in nnainff saie investments yield
ing poytning nice 4 per cent, interest.
TROOPS AT JIIE POLLS.
Jones, Wright, Hawley, Tucker,
GarfkldThe Vote To-Day.
House met air liOur earlier llf an Hne
uantditinta iif mmWvmmkm to g i ve that
extension to the general debate, which
closes at 3 o clock to-day.
The first to address the House was
Singleton, of Mississippi, who stated the
question to be, whether the House had
the courage and determination to re
Deal DeriuciolB il&ws.ioE-nsould5 Salter
and fail in its'duty id the coUntr. He
admitted that under - the present ad
ministration, no troops had been sta
tioned at the polls, but no one could
foretell whether the course of the last
administration in that respect might
not be foUovredJn the next, lie thought
that the return of certain entlem.eu.to
public lif (meaning- perhaps Senators
Chandler and Logan) boded no good to
the republic, jn the face of the dhv
jgraceful 'law whieli it was tiow -proposed
to repeal, the'taated freedom of
America was a mockery ahd: a lie. . In
conclusion. Sincieton stated (in refer
ence to the supervisors' law) that party
fealty taught mm to submit to party
dictates." He, therefore, iaocepted the
partial repeal of "tha supervisors' law,
with notice to all poncemea tnat ne ac
cepted it only as the first instalment of
long-aeiayeu justice 10 an uppiccu
oeoole. and that he should in all? time
to come labor, in season and out of sea
son, to secure the repeal of every line,
word and letter of that law.
The next speech was made by Y eav-
er, of Iowa, one ol the .Greenback repre
sentatives. Heileprecatea keeping open
sectional animosities. He ridiculed the
pretensions put forward, yesterday, by
Knott, of Kentucky, as to Providence
guiding the Democratic party, as of
old He did the chosen people through the
desertnd suggested that the gentleman
was to the army of Pharaoh that the Dem
ocratic party was to be likened. He pre
dicted that in 1880 the Democratic can
didate for the presidency would, instead
of reaching the goal, meet nis doom as
-m w i l j 1 r A T .1 .
Moses uau met nis on jiouni ieuo.
Unless that party would give, relief to
the country in financial ineAsures, it
would have forfeited its opportunities
for victory in 1880. He raised a laugh
by desenbing how the two political
parties in the House, after waging a
titter partisain war, during the week,
met together every Saturday and voted
like brothers to carry over tne session
till Thursday, so as to prevent The
Party of the Centre" from introducing
measures ot financial renet. ihe oia
parties, he sakl, were powerless to give
renei ; iney were partres vt moou, aim
as David, being a man oi blood, was
not permitted to build the temple at Je
rusalem, they would not be permitted
to build tne temple or American hber
tv. The new party, which was theon-
ly healthy and growing party in the
country, wanted m sol4ii-at41inoUft-:
wanted no test-oath tor jurors, and was
opposed to theteoncesitcatu of power
in tne nanas ot tne appropriation com-
mittee. His speech was a great success
and was occasionally applauded on
Weaver was followed by three other
Greenbackers, DeLaMatyr.of Indiana,
Jones, ot Texas, anu Wright, ot Penn
sylvania. DeLaMatyre announced his
intention to vote, for the bill as it
stands; Jones opposed the placing of
political legislation on an appropriation
hill; Wright condemned the re-opening
of the dead issues of the war and
predicted defeat m 1880 for the party
that raised them. During a long course
of service in the House he had never
heard disputed the right of the House
to engraft on appropriation bills other
necessary measures of legislation
Hawlev, of Connecticut, followed, de
nouncing the purpose of the majority
which would leave the government to
be carried on by the voluntary service
of its officers or by voluntary subscrip
tions such as flowed into the treasury in
18(i0. It was threatened by gentlemen
of that majority that if the President
should veto-tlie bill they would apply
the thumb-screws to the minority m
order to obtain a two-thirds majority,
and failing in that that the appropria
tions should fail. To that programme
the minority would invariably vote"nay''
to the end- of the chapter.
Tuckero Virginia, next spoke. He
denied; that th$. President had any right
to question ine mode ot proceedings
used by Congress, and if he vetoed
the pending measure he must do so on
its merits and not on account of the
method of i-the passage. Those merits;
he said, took away from his excellency
the right to preside, with, his troops at
the polls. Gentlemen on the other side
said that they would never yield, lie
wouUtell them thttt in the coiffliet be
tween power ana nuerty, it power
would jiotjield liberty wap' just as fiMnj
Itmight be said that he (Tucker) as a
Southern man was opposed to the
army. He denied it; he had never
voted for any bill which would impair
its, efficiency;;, Mt, be favored the army
as i ne servant, not as tne master, or the"
peop.1 HAbeBeted the go vernment Of
the United States to' be the best system
of government ever devised by the Wit
OI gOVBrTrJIjeTfJ TOKfr taft njjptry -j the
people, he would put that .power at its
minimum and that liberty at its maxy
mum consistent with the safety of
ciety. liea would rtiamiLHw' on the
judgment vseatwfc&Vmg : the civifr
crown- 'and ermine; and" gently
and.; with; luimaileil hand v leading
forth Liberty as his wedded ' Wife.
He would have the . army and ' navy. to
be the willing' servitors of 1 JLiberlyj to,'
expei on ner can an invaders upon ner
sacred 'precincts,'- or! to7 put ndown the
desitism. tf ; licehtic-us mobs;' If his
aspirations and hopes, dreams ad vis
ions,- could be realized, feeling as he did
uun. uic cu auu yenow leai. .was ap
proaching, that the eveningiof his life
was coming to its close, he: might then
with humble TPiVP.rpnrA roiio. t.ho ni-nw
er, "Now, oh, Lord, lettest Thou Tlvf
i. J . . a . J '
servaufcUBpars,m;peace; ior mine eyes
have seen the Balvatioh of my people's
liberty und seeU restored the graiid and
xixjwo bvslcih ui.j,iie consxnution :orour
fatUes.T. .?rM. rr.-
During1 ihe course of his j ispeech
apphehd ''M;,. It? Z&MM&
t -Qarfteid closed" the ilepubiieah side of
the dehapJ; 'The We mV be i taken, tx;
morrow,, after which the conflict will
De transi erred to the Senateyi
London.- ApriJ 4.--A dispatch fro
"",,wu wwuHua p., cuena jueone sent
the fifiURboa ,evOnf,thef isthuiof
i juuu:.0'Raa.ueiij9 renenFmceii mho-
D;-nniano r.. t? lpession
claim that melsland wed to
affair seems to admit of
- f nassenr fr.nwP??J
' I lj woundetL' ' 1 VT.T- .7 7"rJ
Shot bj a Jealous Actress.
Xtkw yjRKlApril -i. AVastiington
Nathan, a Bon :of .jfenjaraln Nathan,
wmf was hurdered' ir4 .Twenty-third;
street some !yeara ago, was Shot yesteH
day mox-ning at thetjiroaed way Hotel by
MalSon Ward,n acttess. he ctecunf
stances, as far as known, show that
Miss W avd went to the hotel on wea-
TlPSflslV iiirrhh. rfimatorarl -iwrsfilf .13 MiSS
.P-- ' " , I
M4.maayM- .i. r ? -r "
7tl OVil. . UKili4vlnl.;n -. nnl TIAVI
U4- XT of Hon in xnft
ronjfpi pal sen-
with having ue-
the balj entering, beneath the lobe of
the left ear and passing abound imbed
ding itself in the heavy muscles of the
right side. 1 The wound though severe
will not probably prove- dangerous.
Jealousy was the ' instigating cause of
the attack. -.
Murder .'Irlal In Ueorgla.
Atlanta. April 4. Ayers Jones, the
mountaineer accused of the inurder; two
years ago, of lit. Mclntyre, at the bead
of his troop in the Georgia mountains,
will be taken from jail to-morrow for
his preliminary examination. Mcln
tyre's murder created a -great sensation
in Georgia, and the authorities have
been working it imeVer since its-occur
rence. Jones is a desnerate man who
defied the officers and eluded arrest for
a long time.
Egyptian Government Employees
London, April 4. The Daily Nezcs'
correspondent at Alexandria says:
i ne employees oi tne government aye
still evincing a threatening spirit. Six
ty officers and men . of the KhediveTs
postal steamers tp-day Thursday) made
a demonstration in consequence pf the
non-payment of their claims, but were
quieted by promises of the director gen
eral of the post-office-"
Madame Bonaparte Dead.
Baltimore, April 4.J-Madame Eliza
beth Pattei-son Bonaparte died this af
A. delicate complexion is best commred to a
blooming rose; but when tbe countenance Is dis
figured with blotches and pimples, like weeds in a
rose Ded, tne suaerer snouia promptly use nr. uuirs
Blood Mixture, which quickly and effectually eradi
cates such unsightly evidences of impure blood
Lookout that your nurses do not drug your little
ones with laudanum,, paregoric or other soothing
remedies. Ulve them Dr. BuU's Baby syrup, which
innocent remedy is warranted not to contain opiates
li is one of those rare, good remedies which used
once will be always kept in the house. Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Fills we refer to. Price 25 cents.
A Beally Keaeflcent Discovery.
The disgust so generally felt for the taste and
8mellof cod Liver Oil Is almost proverbial. It
seems to be peculiarly nauseous to the consump
tive and scrofulous patients, to whom the whole
medical profession know It is specially beneficial.
Endeavors have vainly been made to disguise its
objectionable characteristics, by mixture with cof
fee, brandy, or by the process of deoderization,
which impairs its efficacy as a nutrient
But in union with the Hypophosphites of Lime
and Soda, as we find it in Scott's Emulsion. It re
tains its healing and nourishing properties. It
moreover combines with the other chemical agents,
to produce not only a medicine of agreeable flavor,
but one of the most powerful and pleasant tonics,
that ever gave vital vigor t the nerves and brain.
A Remedj that has beea Bemedlea .
The Invincible repugnance felt by almost every
one to the smell and flavor of Cod Liver Oil, has
prevented tens of thousands of the victims of de
bility, from reaping the benfits of peculiar healing
and nutritive properties. The almost hopeless
consumptive, the martyr to rheumatism, the bare
ly living shadow of men, women and children that
emerge from the clutches of malarial fevers, all of
these know, or at least their doctors know, that of
all discovered remedies, this oil Is the best, and of
ten the only one that will build up their wasted
bodies, and restore their shattered nerves, and far
more effective than the oil by itself is Scott's Emul
sion of it, with the Hypophosphites of Lime and
Soda. This Is the finest and most natural food
and medicine In the world, and wholly deprived of
its disagreeable qualities.
An old physician, retired from practice, having
had placed In his hands by an East India miaslonr
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy, tor
the speedy and permanent euro Tor consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for
nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after
naving tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make It
known to his . suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suffering, I
will send, free of charge, to all who desire It, this
recipe, with full directions for preparing and using
in German, French or English. Bent oy mail by
addressing witn stamp, naming una paper, w. w.
Sherar, 149 Powers' Bloc, Rochester, New York.
For upwards of thirty years Mrs. WInslaw's Sooth
ing Syrup has been used tor children. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
the bowels, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, whether
arising irom leetmngor otner causes. An oia ana
well known remedy. 25c per bottle.
VsinrMl AetteeeEt at the Desire Result
The WirlcT seems to W wen'satisfled: with' the an
nouncement that the contract entered into by its
charter from the State of Louisiana, : granted for
the consideration of a million- ot dollars to the
Louisiana State Lottery Company, in 1868, for
twenty-five years, will be strictly adhered tn. The
financial relletthus afforded has maintained that
noble Institution, the Charity Hospital at New Or
leans. The next grand monthly (the 107th) draw
ing occurs on tne tn oi April, ror anymiorma
Uon. a letter addressed to M. A Dauohtn. P. O.
Box, 692, New Orleans,. La., will have Immediate
The Death'Rate ot
Our country is getting .to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from the most lnslgnlflcant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold Is such a common
thing that fa the hurry of every 4ay life we are apt
to everlook the dangers attending ft arid often find
too lates triatFever or Lung trouble has already
set ia.-' Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery winter, while bac? Bocotbe's-German Sybcp
been tiikeu, a ore wotdd have resulted, tod a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases:
of the Throat arid Lungs, Bosohke's ' German
Syrup has proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of Its kind tn medicine; "Every Druggist In thiSj
wuiiury -wui ieu you oi us wimuenui enecc wer
950,000 bottles sold 'last year without a single
tallure known. . -
Iaaperlectly aourishes thaystent,' since it Is only
parUally assimUatoi by .-the .btoodi ; Palet haggard
rnorlals,! witht dyspeptlq stomachs,, impoverished
cljeulatlou aud weak nerves xper)ence a marked,
and rapid Improvement in their physical condition
by availing themselves of that auro resource of the
slcHand dehUiteted, Hostetterfi Stomach Bittersi
This genial .tonic and alterative leads an impetus
to the, processes of dlgestionwhich insures an ade
quate development of the materials of mood, fiber,
and muscular tissue. Moreover, it soothes and
strengthens overwrought or weak nerves, counter
acts a tendency to hypochondria or despondency,
to which, dyspeptic ; and bilious persons are pecu
liarly liable, and Is an agreeable and wholesome
appetizer and promoter of repose.' The Infirmities
of age, and or delicate female constitutions, are
greauyrenevea oy n; aaa it is a rename preven
tive of, andremedy for, malarial fever?. , . , ,
; i (.n.f ,
Ease ittainahle dv Yhe BBcuttfAtlp, , ' ;
: Yes, although they may; despair of reuei.is'
attainable' y -rheumatic sufferers, for there Is a
remedy which, carries ofl, ijy means of increased
acUvito of the .iddneys Important channels for
oiooa punncation tne acrid element, to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the nainf ul
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent Is
Hostetters, a prepatatfcra likewise celebrated as a
remeay ior consnpaaon, which causer contamina
tion if tYlA. hlvw) nrffh tha KI1a.iJ
rw r jm w U1A7THUU avciUiU
means of relief in '-dyspepsia,' fever and ague, and
nervous aliments: 3t Is, perhaps, fhe finest tonic
exuuib ana p mgaiy recommended as a medicinal
somulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce it to be, eminently pure And very
beneoclaL The press ai&hdorsesl r??!
TTYOri'WTSH W teng'inn 'hbnesVgenteel
the hoUdays, send jpm(aresatoti u,u un
fAA RANDOLPH & CO.,
ivii ui a,., a. i,
rpHE BEST STOCK OF
,4 GBOCESTESan, "CONEQTIQNRJES v
InthedtT, at '4 t ,
lannn i ' f -5W DAYTDSONf
KlMRAPHlI MiEKLT REPORTS L
i?BOa.T Wheal iigter; red and whVbUiSa
f air dead and Ann at 29a33. PHfcfcna
10 40. Lard in good demand and firm; current
make 0.30. Bulk meats quiet but firm; shoulders
UIOMU.UW i. r- U ,,4..
- SRAICnlM A KI Rfllrrk draf O.J.U. WWU UUKS
- "r ' Vh,1 iii. ribs ft. dear
n "Am- chrailiteni dlk. Clear
deB.' jWnlstoeyBteadl at 1.02. Butter quiet
todiranltadt ole daffy 18a20, prime do 1 6a
10. Sugar steaay; naras savva, JJSS
BALTiMOKEbats' flrntf 'Soufberh 32a. Wes
tern white 82a.do mixed 30a31, Pennsyl
vania 2a32ia. Hay unchanged; prime renn
sylvanla and Maryland llal2. Provision firmer;
mess pork, old 10 fiOalO.75, new : bulk meats
loose shoulders .m clear rib sides 6ai. per car
load, packed new 44a5; bacon shoulders, old
4. clear rib sides, new &a6, haiwvsugar-cured.
i?ot. t.uth Mflni ttAiwA7UiBijk.. Butter steady:
r-holm Western sacked 18a20. rolls 15al6. Cof
fee flrmrRlQi eargoest lOaltt. Whiskey duU at
1.071& Sugar firmer; A soft 8aiA.
New Tom FlbuT--to faTOr of buyers; No. 2,
OQqift annArflnA Wentem and State 8.45aiS.55,
mmmnn tn enad extra Western and State 8.75a
8.80, good to choice do 8.&5a4.50; Southern flour
DtiuH,. mmmnn tn . fa.tr. . extra 4 1 1 taa.oU : SOOd
to choice do 5.50a6.75. Wheat ungraded wlrf
er red 96al.l0, N. 8 ditto 1 .lOal.lCft, Corn
-ungraded 45a45, No. 2, 44a44l4- Oatf quiet
Coffee quiet and unchanged; Bio quoted In car
goes llttalS, in Job lotsllftalS.- Sugar steady;
Cuban ti&fc, fair to good refining &bwtfr, prime
6ia ;renned standard A. 7a8. granulated 814
powdered 8a, crushed 8. Molassea New Or
leans 28a42. Rioe in fair demand and steady;
Carolina quoted at SalVa, Louisiana 61a7. Pork
mess on spot 9.40a50. Lard prime steam on
spot.57a6a Wihiskey 1.054- Freights dull.
Nokfolk Quiet; middling 10c; net receipts
9ti3; gross ; stock 10,068; exports coastwise
; sales ; exports to Great Britain.
Weekly net receipts 8.8H3; gross; sales 1,755;
exports coastwise 9,878.; to Great Britain 2,905;
to France ; Continent .
Baltimore Firm; middling 1 U4. ; low middling
lOi&c.; good ordinary 10c.; net receipts 225; gross
599; sales 450; stock 6.797; exports coastwise
; spinners ; exports to Great Britain ;
Weekly net rec'ts 412; gross 1,734; sales 1,360;
spinners 665; exports tcr Gr"t Britain 2,827 ; coast
wise 170; to Continent 291; to 1'rance .
Boston Firm; middling llfee.; low middling
11; good ordinary 10; net receipts 478; gross
1.225; sales ; stock 6,000; exports to Great
Weekly net receipts 4,286; gross 7,067; sales
; exports to Great Britain 1,831.
Wilmington Firm; middling 1 Otc. ; low mid
dling lOic.; good ordinary 9 net receipts 4;
gross : sales ; stock 2.666; spinners ; ex
ports coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to Con
ner! t ; to channel .
Weekly net receipts 414; gross ; sales 1,468;
exports coastwise ; to Great Britain ; to
Continent ; to -France ; spinners ; to
channel ; shipments .
Philadelphia Strong; middling lltfec.; low
middling lltfe; good ordinary 10 net receipts
37; gross 220: sales ; spinners; stock
; exports to Great Britain .
Weekly net receipts 880; gross 3,396; sales
7.135; spinners 2,906; coastwise 103; Contin't ;
to Great Britain 11; stock 7,792.
Augusta Firm; middling 10c.; low mid
dling 108&C.; good ordinary 9c; receipts 301;
shipments: sales 1,064: stock .
Weekly net receipts 1,658; shipments 3,220;
sales 4,527; spinners ; stock 10, 200.
Charleston Strong; mid 10c; low mid
dling 10; good ordinary 1044c. ; net receipts
840; gross ; sales 400; stock 16,139; exports
coastwise ; Great Britain ; France ;
Continent : to channel
Weekly net receipts 3.K04; gross ; sales 2,
AfMhexnnrta mastwiaa Kn3: to Continent
to Great Britain ; to France ; to chan- 1
New York Unsettled; sales 647: mid uplands
Hi., middling Orleans 1H4-; consoUdated net re
ceipts ; exports to Great Britain .
Weekly net rec'ts 3,059; gross 13,957; exports
I to Great Britain 1,500; to Continent 571; to
France 336; sales 5,607; stock 192.514.
COMPARATIVE COTTON STATEMENT.
Net receipts at att United States- ports
during the week tvi,n95
Same week last year. ." 53,455
Total receipts to this data. 4,155.95rt
to same aate last year... 3,W20,4O
Exports for the week. 60,076
Same week last year 102,749
Total exports to tms aate
to same aate last year. ... z. j i u.szo-
Stock at all United States ports 533,7 14
time last year 563,735
Stock at all interior towns 71,470
, . s me ume
last vear 69,389
Stock at Liverpool 578,000
same time last year, 756,000
Stock of American afloat for G. Britain, 241.000
Same Ume last year 243,000
Lttkrpool Noon Cotton buoyant Uplands
6tfed., Orleans, 6Vdd., low middling uplands ,
good ordinary uplands , ordinary uplands .
sales 15,000, speculation and export 2,000, re
ceipts 2.850. all American. Futures opened dear
er. Uplands tow middling clause: April delivery
6 l-16a3-32a April and May do. May and June
6tfca5-32a3-16, June and July 63-16a7-32, July
and August 6ta9-32, August and September 6 9-32a5-16,
September and October .October and
November . New crop shipped January per
sail , February and March , April nd May .
Sales for the week..
New Yore Futures closed steady. Sales 223,
April ,s v. wn . . 11 .10a.l2
August , ll.60a.61
Sentember 11 .41a. 43
October k. ...... 10.96a.98
November 10 .62a.63
New Yoke Money 1.04a5. Exchange 4.86a6
governments steady. New 5's 1.04?. State bonds
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Office of th Observer, i
Charlotte, April 5, 1879.
The market yesterday opened active and higher,
but closed at prices of previous day:
Good middling lOlfeai
Middling. w... lo
Strict low middling. ,. . ii
Low middling. '9
Tinges i.,. .;............v. "
Lower grades... 8a9VS
CHAULOTTE PRODUCE alARKEl
ARPIL 3, 1879.
Corn, per bush'l 60a62
Meal, " . ... 60a62
Peas, ; " 60a65
Oats, shelled, 3540
N. C. hog round 7a8
Hams, N.C. , , 9
Hams, canvassed. 10&12Mi
Clear Rib Sides 6a6
Prime Rio... ISaltitt
Good...i. ...... lSali
Sugar-house..1. , .. ', 24a25
Cuba , ...v.i . 35a40
New Orleans.. - 35a40
Liverpool fine 1.00a2.00
SreAS . -
Pot a tors
Sweet........: : 65X75
BUTTEB . ., if. -.- i-l'L
North Cterollmlr......'......';;..: .:. 12Ka&a
Eggs, per dozen. - 8al0
Family , 3.00a3.50
Havlnz removed his office to. the first floor. ever
the Traders' National Bonk, can be found there
an hours during-the day, and at his residence oe-nereventh-Mnd
College streets; at night, f ' u . '
rpENDERS his professiotrar services to the peo--L
pie of Charlotte and vicinity, ? Being a gradu
ate of both schools of medicine, (Alopathio and
Homeopathic); he- is : qualified to practice 'either
systemi ' trifaH -v a Ar.v. t v , :hi ?i- fu
He win 1 devote attentlohesrjeciany to CHho'
ic Dissaexb, but will also do general pracflee.
Calls attended day or night-
Office over McAden's drug wore. ::Beldence on
College street, oomer of 6th street,' - -
mar22 dw 3m ... . ,:.".!-
I ? i V
we ffil 1 risen sseren-um jeruaameni one wees
In a list of 26u weekly newspapers, or four lines in
a different llst oi 887 papers, or ten lines two weeks
in a choice or either oi lour separate ana distinct
lists containing from 70 to 100 papers each, or
four lines one week in all four of the small lists, or
one line one week in all six lists combined, being
more than 1,000 papers. .We also have Ust&of pa
pers Dy states tnrougnoui tne uruteoj saies ana
lamaaa. eena lu eenis tot oar iuu
.dverasing Bureau. lO Spruce
papers in which you would ad-
NOW, if a satisfactory Inducement Is
made, we will submit a proposition, by return mail,
which we think will please you. Money saved is
money earned. Send copy of the advertisement
you will use and state In what paper you saw this.
MARINE HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE,
Writes: I take pleasure In recommending Colden'a
Leiblg's Liquid Extract of Beef 'and tonic Invigor-
ator as a most excellent tonic in all cases of debil
ity, chlor sis, kc I have tested It with universal
success. Sold by all druggists.
XT A vrrn-rj TTV ONK SALESMAN for each
TV ixIN i- SlilJ State. Salary from $75
to $100 per month and expenses. Eererences re
LA BELLE MFG CO..
93 Clark Street, Chicago.
A DAY to Agents canvassing for the " Fire
side Visitor." Tanas and outfit free. Ad
P. O. WCKKRY, Augusta, Maine.
'a--month and expenses guaranteed to
Agents. Outfit free. Shaw & Co., Augus-
C R O CKE RY
MR. A. W.LUDOLF,
OF BALTIMORE, MD.,
a man of1 unlimited experience in this business,
having traveled for 17 years In the West and South
selling Crockery, Ac., for seme of the most exten
sive Crockery houses North, has been associated
OF THIS CITY,
In the above business, and the firm thus constltu
ted win be known as JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO
Mr. Ludolf left last Tuesday for the North to lay
In the most extensive stock of
China, Glassware, Lamps and Lamp Goods, Deco
orated China and Porcelain, Silver and Silver
Plated Ware, Fine Fancy Goods, Wood and Willow
Ware, House Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Bar Fix
tures, and! man! ether gods (bomtrojfo to men
tion, for our Wholesale and Retail trade. In fu
ture we will handle
SHOW CASES, &C.
Particular attention paid to having goods decora
ted to order, with any name or monogram, 4c, on
each article, of China? (
Give us your orders. We sen nothing but first
class goods, and sell as cheap as you can buy at
tte North anywhere.
For Mr. Ludolf's return, as It will be a treat to ex
amine his line of fine goods.
JNO. BROOKFIELD & CO.,
Trade Street, near College,
MMcb'H li'l'i K tJndW Democrat b&lice.
QROCERLES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS I
NEW FEATURES I
Oometo me for Bacdn.'Corft,' Sugar, "Coffee, Mo
lasses, and other FamllyjicpceiSea.
Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
Vie county) 4 . , i
.'-'i i .a
BEST BIB WHISKEY.
Also ft fine lot of Oocttsttr gams. I sfifl'for eash.
AU goods defivered.ln tbe city free of charge. .
. ..' .. ','","'. ... XiW-H CBJMMTNGEBt .
' .."! rfj . "xrndo fitrpcit, ""
I fcNtopc 6elotftnlfRnBlacksohiat
i - 7
,. Received frcmEastecalJori Carolina to-day ;
3HELS OF THE. ;.. ,
EA6t ERN-I YAM
And am expecting raore to-morrow
ONKear load Choice White Virginia BoBertteat
which we will, sell at a very low figure ;
apr3 F. B. ALEXANDRE CO.
WHOUM&UC AUb una
GBOCEBSand DKlLERSla COUNTRY PROnTTi
Keep constaBtly on hand ;,
JUSXS, UibtliuK, HUSH POTATOES, AF-
h U , rfpwlers.ln.
RAMSOTJR A BONNIWELL'S and A. L. HlVf
FORD'S various brands of FLOUR
ALSO. PROPKIKTOKS Of TBS
f CHARLOTTE . HOTEL,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
This house has been refitted and newly furnished
and is kept In first class style.
Terms, Per Day ,
Great Indnnpmanto nj .....
etor terms e Ttte proprietor: ia'e t)OHTil-
er-Omnlbus and Carriages at every tram
VTTTT TV DTJAWTTVnn
ir. rr a I PTOTrlf tnr
K'K,1 v: . .:::s!1a-
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate-$2.00 and j-2.50, atcuidlr.g to 1 ca
tion of Room.
M. L. HARNETT,
Feb. 10 tf.
erk, late of Flimters- Hotel.
CTOP AT THE
'Salisbury, N. C.
C. 8. Brown, Proprietor,'
Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.
C. S. Brown, Jr
Chief Clerk; W.
We call attention of dealers to this celebrated
Whiskey, well known in Northern and Southern
markets. ' It is smooth, pleasant to the taste, and
perfectly free from adulterations. Read certificate
of analysis of Dr. Taylor, State Chemist of Va. :
Having made a chemical examination of a sam
ple of Washington Rye Whiskey, selected by my
self from the stock of Messrs. Lathrop 4 Leigh, I
am enabled to pronounce it to be a strictly pure ar
ticle In ail respects, suitable for use medicinally 01
otherwise. WM. IL TAYLOR, M. D..
State Chemist of Ya.
'LATHROP A LEIGH, Sole Proprietors,
1316 & 131H Car)' street.
"MjLI A8HINGT0N BYE WHISKEY.
I ars now prepared to furnish the genuine Old
Washington Rye Whiskey. It is of the most supe
rior quality in taste and purity. A long experience
justifies me in commending it to connoisseurs, and
all who appreciate good Whiskey. Try it
W. R. COCHRANE.
March 21 lmeod. '
JOSEPH 'FISCHESSER, Proprietor.
BEER, ALE, PORTER
WINES & LIQUORS,
And the best brands of Cigars.
Agent for Fred Lauer's celebrated Rep ding Beer.
Keeps fresh bottled Beer on hand from Bergner &
Engel, Philadelphia. Sold by the dozen at a rea
sonable price. All my customers can be furnished
at home with the best Beysr In town.
ALSO A FINE
' x ATTACHED.
Tryon Street, opposite Charlotte Hotel.
OFFICE OVER L. R. WR1STON 4 CO S
With 25 years' experience I
MINING AND. IMMIGRATION AGENCY,
For selling and buying Mines, Lands and Houses,
Advertise free of cost, all properties placed in my
hands for sale.
THOS. F. DRAYTON,
" LicHiffiRLOTTE. COLUMBU & AUGUSTA B. B. CO,
i TBKASUBSB'S 0JTICK,
Cplumhla, S C., March 29, 18'1'
rrm& pons on the 2d Mortgage Bonds of th'
UL Cenpany. which become due on the fiiw
Aptll,.jl3?i, wfll De paid at the 1 Natlona I W
Bank: Newiork City, and at the Central Natloi.
iBanfcOllWSjd. r - -r wfl,irer.