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rthc dhatlotte bscrpsk
fJMSR. JOKES, t -. - J
fdilot- tud, Proprietor
' ' "Free from the doting acrnplestnat retur our
TUESDAY, MA Y13, 1879.
J-t- Li, ., T-.T .' I"''..--:.!
" - " CoIDojjan; not unknown to our
" - . rewLV lift was Wawhilej a ; resident
Uiu !oIT'tat0EVen before tjiat Umenjs-.
nv 9 mX'mfivk-krh'ehi 'made bis
name iamuiar. . xieceau y wo ic
pers told of an unf&rturtale eiradejoJ
this gentleman in Arkansas. Mle sigft
ed a most degrading paper; presented
to, him, by a railroad president whoiu.he
had;attackedtluouzk liis: journal, tne
Bentonville (Atk.) Advance, and shortly
-c: thereafter pulished in his onri.pera
version of the) affair which did not
o miiii liiotfAr shnwintr for him
than the original statement, the, ot W
. point in it being that he had signed tne,
inner at the 'point of a pistol. ' The next
heard of CoL . Donan. a was through ihe
miinm nf a small Darasraph, which
was printed in The Observer a few
av nm in the effect that lift had- writ-i
ten a letter to the Chicago Times, cbn
cerning the South, which ..conceded all
w ' "that the most' vionttepublican jiSj
,. . . ; paper of the JfprtU bid 9$$W
CAufhPi-n nennle and Southern institu-
We have not seen Col. Donan's letter
mk, uad hadV hoped -there might-; bfr some
mistake about the matteK'i'ThePefcers-
this hope. It has read the letter and
.,-ulihsoutnneflfits.iT ,.iiUt H A iVi.J M
!UuirPuu4uJMlivUihaL them mustjw.
flnmethiner wronCJWlth J.he isOJlin IQ aO:
couAt $3M iw(mv$w
ists between it and the more favored
section, in everything .that relates to
material growth and wells-being. He
argues that our people are too much
jyedclgd to the dead.past-and hopelessly
enamoreftJof a$ti( andi nfetidns
fciiiithflfnivilfetedfcaTeof irnow re-
tects tritfi fcversipnjihd Oisdat lie pi 1
llgfe that life 1 riot iheld STfffictentljHf
sacred; tiiac uie. coae oi uouur is uu
resorted to for the redress of private
grievances ; that manual labor is con
sidered disreputable; that, too great iso
lation and intolerance vp e:ef cased
with respect to political differences, and
that the men whom we Send to repre
sent ns in Cortgre89 are 'antMiluViana
and doctrinaires : praisers 6f Jeff Dayisr
11 Ke air. ljamar; nair-spniiuugiugiviaus
UfcMi-r-gtekor, and emptytmttfB like
Ttlackbnrn and Ben Hill. 1 MrJDonan
linds that tne temper angucoucsa ktjuitxur
South have resulted in L efpgf
her people a moreSolemahdmbHters?
CU SenuJBl lUroaj5.auiJli; i cuiaoco.yv
breludicelinlh"atWdi iaJ very graphic,
andVe'iear.baa only too abroad a fb.un-,-
clationanjiomty races. ixe.easuy pror
nhecies a solidbrthjas the retort to
te solid South.He denies that the pov
erty and prostration that rfxist in; the
South are ia.; be attributed wholly or
mainly to the.waror to the regime of
the carpet-baggers. He intimates that
it is the" fault of the Southern people
themselves. ,s -Ss-:-v:"i I S
In short, saytiiiiwAjppJJhe
letter, while it has coointeaich:
we are far from disparaging jpr ais-
iitates-rights an;White Mne Sonthferjt
1 1 vtjCuC ....lAVtVnn lioa ntafail 1
r luia iiu isKAUvo w i
democrats wnose relations wun ui
p. , . home people had been affected.br circuj
" JBWUlCeS SUCn S VUU5B WIUlll awimcu
the last appearance tf Cohonn.ori
tne Arkansas stage.
Writing from the stand-point that he
professes to, occupy, CoL Donan a better,
will do us all the more harm, and it
will command all the more attention
' coming froin a jn;hi''Who',has'..ji;jtJe
past, rwpn vprnrrxfpft as 'the prytrpmpst
. . . .type of the. Bonrbbn as Uie
i -traTigWnt 'admif ef siAtt defender ft
( r rSbohera insttntions and Southern gys-
terns, 'social and political. ' Jio man ex
cept Brick Pomeroy has ever rivalled
him in the" use of adjectives in main
tenahce orhi e3iliar notions, and we
' I 1 like Brick,he now gives
-Aii sigris of falling birHhe wayside. '
All Of Wliich proves that it is not al-
ways Uie man who -shouts loudest for
"flitfpa'rty," Knd goes" furthest in denun
ciation' of the other Bide, that stays long
It arid: renders it the- best ser
, , , Our readers have already -beeri told
that the trial of Bev. T. DeWitt TaK
maje, of the Brooklyn Tabernacle" an
ecclesiastical high comedy," which has
beah iiniverBally admitted as 'good as a
play has ended in an acquittal, or ra
ther, as: a contemporary aptly puts itf
in the bcotch verdict, "not proven
TheriMwtYqin the epi-
lojue to flie comedy in the following
r ' l, ,wdras,i' The";rcnribu8 feature bf this
is that the court, composed in the main
of professional moralists, is divided on
question finally submitted to them was
: MpthetyojgyR w undersfanl
!lt,, whether certain acts were committed
were blameworthy. Ten members of
the Presby tery at least, hold that they
- . amounted to . untruthfulness . and de
ceit, and the others that they were en
'. " tlrelf aif4qfe '4f; - the charges;
let us add, was of paying,., for the pur
p!6ffamff''1oaoyyfoH the church
'esMt&iljo the device of asking a man
publicly to set down his name for a sum
which, byr prjyate, understanding with
, .Tilniagp, hB...was nnt to payyin oder to
3 really a modi
sneer's plan of
".'operations; but the majority of a church
court have declared that they see no
, wirong in.ititOrat aliwepts, no punish
i abl wrong." The courf, however, ac
." cording to the thinking of the Baltk
more Sulif Acquitted Talmage princi
: pally bnthegroundhat he suits his
congregation.-;' r. .1 K-f
. . a. uanard. un
uie , autuoritv o
Hon K. F. Armfield and W, II. Kitch
'KT' f VeR Pronounces a lie
- out of the whole cloth, the statement
,: published last week by the Washington
."" Pjost and exlaively , copied, tot the ef-.
t , feet that a , hostile meeting between
- ;'2Ie3srai KltchiftJ and BtiiSen wWpeftd-
ing, and that Mr. Armfield was acting
fectiand. crrishtbut'the iWashington
wrought out many inventions. It isn't
Enquirer or the Police GdztttiH M II i -
. THE fBISrsn J
The New York Nation maKes ine
excellent point that the writers ana
speakers.who have mosjt tp sayabou
ine conciuwi c w p v .eu i ;"jtf
it iri: thft mosfcvei fement way, 1; jef
... , ,
as a, jjtnerai'jruiA; rl-sons -niK-
neverS?isited Hhe uth andvknow
nothing of its social and economical
state; but at any rate they have stirred
some of the negroes up to making-very
great tf ools of themselves,: The Afri-
tis.lL Methodist Episcopal : conference in
aawthe hand of Gtjd" inrtire "mysten-
if of Qtjd" iijrtto "uryste
ouS'imovenVvaJKi v t -.
destined to .freejhe negra fromhjdeous
9Pprionlie ooirjennon. $i . asm
20.000 acres of jlanoVMid ,Zach. Chan
dlefs offet of homes for 100 (both of
which gifts will be much appreciated
when he?lo&2$ rsses3ion of
rthein,) tne cdnvention'ffippantly called
to aid the movement, pnac is -10 say w
pockets 'of the tax-payers and with it
support iaenesa 4Lpj p;
fli6i hkv annokneea-Kieir pre!
for beiner tramps rather than honest
Working m'erL r Thfedirefitin
The political scoundrels who are at
the , bottom of the schema .probably,
reckon withbut thelrv hos for, , this.
movement will id the ed almost sorely
overwhelm Hhem'The'lBee'of the
North to too larsre an extent do not
care to know the truth about the con-
flitinn nf the freed men at the South,
Bnt there"al'e two facta which wilfbe-
fore manv -months be
unfortunate freedmen, instead of gain
ing by the piovement, will lose ail tnat
they have, and will perish by thous
ands in misery and wretchedness; the
other faetti&that sections tojw,bich thiiTl
emigration tndmgjao HjDt; want ltg
authors of the "movement." It would
be a sad blow to the pride of the Re-
publican partv to
Tr - 1... "1." .... i- F. 1. ntinoa I
willinhtsnbroita to lurvedts taxis nefcd-fl
1 nnnlir tntnnooAjl in Ardnr 4-TlQT fllO I
more , votes,, nor
hard-flsted laboring classes of
tho west and Northwest any more
willing to be subjected to the compeu-
I tion of : rheaj
in'niu lauur iiian iu.e.1
ornia to thecompjgtition
to be the overthrow i5T. tBePuUlreanH
An ExpiaiTiON AbakpoI
Voodruff scientific expedition TiJtmd-
the"WorldTiaB"ben' abandoned. "The
Sthtrf -MayashenaayxeU for clos"
inzthe books, and only about forty
prospective paengeri hasthen made
iue rcquireo. aeposn oi nve nunarea
dbllaAapiecjiosteadot the tw hun-
Tjfetl'who were retred to irmire astai-
and the still larger nutubeirwh?ch was.
of all! this,5ft 1 rJbvloenpnse
have .revTou as. m
"" I IT
been- procured and extensive airangeTaad certainl
wl.aPii,p.r. i uuu,
iuu, wiiyse nei t v) a uounu uu in. Ml
euteiirisei fa !i badly disappointed marf.
Heitili; hbpsTtii fencoeA some thne; bnt
as tljis is toe second time a JVoodxun
expedltmn has 'petered outuie pros-
7ect cannot be considered promising.""
0pf .DEBTs.--Tlie aggregate debt of
pnynieVa is stated by the News, of
that city, at frlOjjQOfr-
meiise, buien fpr the people of a town
the 'size' of 'Dahtilleto carry. The
populations of Danyflle and Charlotte
are kbout equal.1 'Out debt is lesalthafi
$20,000, and still there are some tjeopte
who complain of it and assertthat toe
municipal taxes !re: j operpug We
never know how well off we are except
by comparisou. ;;Ve ;$o 'jioi. know of
any place of its ize Which is in as
healthf condioii nhrtnciaily as Char
Me, Hill's Speech. It is a great
pity that II011.B. H. nilVof Borgia, is
so unreliable-and at times somuch of
4h ..ufauttuiiiuMB, . tie it uumu 01 un
questionable mental powerfhrtrong in
a set speecni-and lormidftDie as a
debatef.HIs speech in the Senate last
?lnt,liriflaV ia nrrtnoiinpfui Ytv mmnatant
r" " r. :?,rT v
duuuu iuvb, a UHweriHM:t--n argu -
mentative, brilliant and eloquent effort,
He kept the galleries crowded and
commanded the undivided attention of
his fellow Senators.
The Washington correspondent of the
Richmond Btate .'has ascertained the
ages of all fhe UnitedStatesenators ahdi
where and how , theyr were educteaV
The ages range from seventy down to
J-thiltyrfiight, Hamlin," nf Maine, being
the lOWest.andBnweof Mississippi,
the ybimgest The age of Senator Ban-
som is put down at 5&4hdugh: had
not supposed he was so old andlhat of
Senator Vance at 49.
A confederate of the prisoners in lail
at Bryan, Texas, overpowered the jail
er ana an uie prisoners, including sey
era! murderers, escaped. ' w 'J . .
Last . Saturday Chas. Heed murdered
Henry Loomis 1 at Sidney. Nebraska.
The following night four hundred
masked men went to the jail, took
Heed out and hanged him to a tele
graph post w
The conference of Baptists met in
New 'iYork yesterday -'jmorning , and
Rev. Dr. Fulton tendered his resigna
. Since the adoption of the'hew consti
tution ia California an effort : is, eing
made to" organize a new "party to put
the instrument into effect ' A meeting
pft, chiefs ,of, the workingmen's party
was held Sunday which denounced the
project and said th wprkinemen want-
"l ed no alliances but would-fight-theif
f I battle out on theit nwn line: : . V. v
A. special' feeetiiar of House commit-
tee, on education and labor will be held
ThruTsdaycto fxaminelntA thfe tinse of
Innrmary trith .Two
' , isarned ' ,
i )incinnati.30 Mayl2r-ii special
says ithe buildings of the county in
firmary .'at "Green 1 Castle, - IncL, were
burned late Saturday, night.,, All . the
Inmates escaped except two insane
men, Stephen Zink and Thomas Suther
land, who were burned to death, Tho
loss- on i the buildings is $lO,Ooa In
sured. - - ' - - t
MU. DAirS KEVJ2S HIS, REASONS.
t jse Ti 'op out Does Tsvt
sl.ightt Do "oAbrUig&J
a; J h
Mg Wa&n' on and t
Washington. May 12. The Presi
dent to-day returned to ; the House of
Representatives the : "act to prohibit
military interference At elections," with
Ilia VUJ uvua - yj iu o Fl'V M
PresideiilyS : IfoldnjriW.l dotba.
opinion thatany military interference
rtaumili flll HlffW fiOl tlTAT V TfT TUB
spirit or our institutions, anu . wouiu
. . . -" " a .",., ji . Jl
lend to destroy the freedom of elections,"
Iind sincerely desiring to concur,, wjth
uongress in : ail oi : ius , uieasuxes, u x
with verv exeat reixret that I am forced
to the conclusion that" the bill: before,
areis oofconly omieeessary 'to preVent
A 1 i. . " J .
Bucn.muerierence;') wui iass asuangerous
J J. , . -.4-11 i iA fliM '
nnrtant constitutional nrinciDlesi -The
true rule asto the eniplbyment bf milii
tarv force at the elections is nbt!dotibt
f uL No intimidation or coercionhbuld'
be allowed to control or influence 'Citi-7
to t ot wttetiierc ac i appears - in tne
hapjof cobtoationa ovil-dispoed
tion should be free from all forcible in
terf erence and as far as practicable
from all apprehension of such intttfe11!
ence.VJ,JSO soiaiers,-eitneroi xne u mon
or of the State mllitiSL'Shfatild be tiresbnt
Ji!rfhf: hf trrtfitattortariBOSrriment
JfSr ?rZY? 4.
4 enMoyitsmilitktfbrron anyMa;
ment is necessaCTiaenforce theiioristii
tution and lawa &f 'ttig1 United States,1'
tyroimg;iim Jiin Uie-rTesidencsayst
. 1 1,-; Kniib-
at the polls two specified cases. These 1
. t : j -j-
soundness of the principle that military
yropens an fjcoisti tution ally
ftlheplacl ofi elections 'When
stititonMd the Jfwi f bti thet except,
ed cases leave tbrpronTbrcjbn so exten
sive and far reaching that its adoption
will seriously impair the efficiency of
the executive department of the govern
ment ..j . (
1 """ .'"i-
e acts of Congress authorizing the
use of military power to execute the laws
the provisions of which were approved
by Washington, and Jefferson and still
later by Lincoln; and 'referring the'reto
cal periods of our history my predeces
sors in the executive office have, relied
on this great principle. It was oni tthis
sipie that iTesident Washington
iresseiLthe whiskey rebellion in
P MfSsylvanaasin 4794. In 1806, on the
affpthewutt conspiracy by Lssu-
ottirsTor oie venpiqynynt ox, sucn
.ltoerojy the regulars or of: the
militiaand ty such 'proceedings of the
civihuthoritreS as might enable them
to suppress effectually the further
Dr.oeress.ot, the enterprise, and it was
under tocr same authority that Presi
dent Jackson crushed nullification in
tl Tarolina, and that President
Lincoln -issued his call for troops to
ave the union in 1861. On numerous
9h& occasions of less significance, un
der ..proDaDiy every administration
unaer me present, tnis
ten usefully exerted;, to
-Hlw6st VTEhout attracting public atten-
tion. The great elementrar.coustitu-
tutlohal lAmdiple,'-hich was . the
ifoundation of the original statute of
1792, and which has been its essence in
the various forms It has assured since
its first adoption, is that , the govern
ment of the UrH tod Staterpossesses un
der the constitution in full measure the
power of self-protection by its -, own
agencies, altogether independent of
State authority,' and ifnieed' be against
thp uuwtbUUj uf &tam goVbrnmenta.
Jt should remain, embodied in our
BtatQJOiinlptuVtsrasit has been from
the veiT origin of the government It
should be regarded aAhardJy lass valua
e nessacllrarfkprvisioii of
Becbnituflonelf', I .v .
l-xier an uianyouirr important
liatntesiconainMg provisions nhat are
liable to be suspended or annulled at the
times and places of holding elections if
.k? Lijll?6 $onJd bfwmi i a law.
I darrot UAaeWaketto furnish a list vt
them. Many of them, perhaps the most
of them, have been set forth in the de
bates on J,his measure. They relate to
extradition, to crimes against the elec
tion laws, to quarantine regulations,- to
neutrality to the Indian reservations, to
the civil rights of citizens, and to other
subjects. In regard to them all' it may
be safely said that the meaning tana
effect, ot this bUlto to take fron the
general go vfernmentt an importaiit part
of its power to enforce the laws. An
other grave -objection to the bill is its
discrimination fn favor of the State and
against the. national authority. vThe
H vVP, Wl0Wk authority.
TM4.fliftillnTrnpri'of h i.i-mvnn
nertmpioTmeM pf t
navy or the united ktates is lawtut
under the terms of this bill at the place
where an election is being held in a
State to uphold the authority of a State
government then and there m need of
such military intervention, but unlaw
ful to uphoWi the authority of the gov
ernment of the United States then sand
there in need of such 'military intervene
tion. K Under thia bilL the presencerand'
employment of the army or navy of the
United States would be lawful -and
might be necessary to maintain :i the
freedom of a State election against the
- . , " ; o
domestic violence that would overthrow
it, but would be unlawful to maintain
theconductof anational election against
the same local violence that would over
throw it, This discrimination has never
been attempted in any previous legisla
tion by Congress, and is no more com'
attowilhjthe aouni priMciril of the
rt)DUutin or-tue Necessary AAaxirfla
and methods of our system of govern
ment on occasions of elections thari"at
other times. - "I - mi,
"In the earry-' legislation of 1792 and.
of 1795, by vhich the militia of 4he
both f mictions of the government were
put upon the same footing. By the act
or 1807 tne employment of the army
and navy was authorized for the per
formance of both,,constitutional duties
'iM the mm termi. Ita all istm statutes
on the siime subject-matter the same
authority to the government has - ben.
accorded for; the performance of both
these duties. No precedent has been
found in any previous legislation and
no sufBcietit reason .has . been . given f c t
the discrimination in favor of State and
against national authoritv which this :
bill contains. ...
"Under the sweeping terms of the:
bill the national government is effecfeu-
ally shut out from the exercise of the.'
right and from theidischarge of the im-;
perative duty to use its whole executive
power, whenever and wherever requhs
ed, for the enforcement of its laws at
places and times where and when its
elections are held; ? The employment of
its organized armed forces for any.such s
purpose Quld be an offence against the
law ftnlesifcaliedifdr by arid' therefore
upon the permission of the authorities
of the State in which the occasion arises
What ia this but the substitution lif thA
discretion of, the State .govprnmenfc fcrtl
5 Si anpialioiilhwK.') ...-jtia i
iorceoi tue uiuwxi outw. iuc' wbw j
otates was only a military power resort- When the room was'firstentered HeAer
ed to for the - execution of the was downcaressihg. J ahd 'appatently1
constitiltiofeaiywfcri m , support cryipg dvertlie dead body, and seemed
or the btate or national Mauthoritr.' Tfirwatiaitatofwi' nvw KcVtiotwr
the discretion of thp TovernTnpmt of the
its own duties'? In my judgment this
" au r.uuiuuuuiei, b Ol 1LS UUllgrtUOJIS v
V e nr tional gove nment, a tsubordin:"
i dh national ai thwritv and arKntrt.
a:on of Str.te apervisiouj over national
d ities which amounts in spirit' anil ten-
d ncy to fctate sutremacy. rj v
statutes, are abundantly adequate to
completely., prevent military interfei.
ence . witn tue elections, in tne sense
in which the phrase is- used inrthe-title
)i xaismii. ana isempipy earyf tue pe
Mot this country rjrshaUtidd tcHdi
nciilty in concurring in - any- additional f
does not interfere, with the indispensi-
vi i-i. r. J L. j ..j! .-1. "
ernment under .the constitution and
RtrtHKuroiiD B. HAYEa.bt
Executive Mansion. May 12; 1879; rjo
rffi'-"'i ir '-''' i.i '
ft nvn-f'rrkr mr iv n . .vn v i mn
Sight to Correct the Becord-The House
w eifjitefttsesiitot f i8'tiwniy
Uiil ha;.r:iAppropriatlbB Billi j
Sepi resumed txtheJ cbnsideration of
r.The. Benatoiwaa addrfessedf by Sena-
a Housa-Attentidn waaallseaby Cox,
ot .New York, to the! petition presented
by MeCord,:ofjIowa, last Saturday, and
printed i mj Yesterday sc Wecom, stating
thai a Jon gar continuance of the session
C?SSl.tiw.iD by Con
- rrf rtkruafno w.vnliifioM . rand sfcrikA
down Ml safeguards to ajfteeiahd unin-
j tiiqidated ballot and that this unproftt-
' apie session ,sJjouid. He peeai iy termini
;ated' 0 jCox.ibactetized thp6tition as
an insult'toCongress;.ahd said that he.
wjitWiKTJiuaij;uuit)j iuiu tuau
sMingl that toe petition should be struck
out ot, theReeprti,) and Conger taking
tne ground that that would De improper,
and that the onlyj; proper remedy was
an.expundng of the petition bv'theae
tion qf the:House, and iu order to have.
that action; he nisisoed that the petition
should be, cead h ih&tejm could Jkriow
jwiiat hp, was ; voting on. .TheR Speaker,
,afir,. quoting precedents mi support ,ot
his.positioTi- stated that the House had
.control .oyer , the fieoord 1 as m uch as it
if had over ,the journal, attd that he
. would .tlierefore submit the q uestion to
tne House, .lie intimated tnat 11 he had
hispvfn will about it. he i would let the
petition stay in the Record t or . w hat it
is worth. If objection; to. the; petition
,had been note4 by the reporter and in
serted in the report, the petition could
not , have been printed in the face of
that objection.,, Therefore-the correc
tion of ih Record inserting the ob
jection wouldj necessarily -exclude the
petition.-, .Finally the question was sub
mitted as to whether me.Record should
be. corrected by the insertion of the ob
jection, the Speaker statins that such
correction f , would : necessarily exclude
the petition, and the correction was or
dered,, the, Speaker thereupon congridr
.uiaung tue minonty.on the 'result as it
was a great protection to the minority.
rrm ' Jf J A -m m -
j-tiB luuouucuon ana reierence or
bills-was then proceeded With.
The House; refused; to take into con
sideration the bill making- provisions
for an. income tax,, the vote being!
yeas; 104, nays 94 -not the necessary two
thirds. . .; Kl
After the reading ofi the message of
the President vetoing the bill to prevent
army interference at elections, the army
appropriation bill, with the ohieRtion
able clauses stricken out, was introduc
ed oy .jjeenng, of lowa, whereupon
Knott of Kentucky, ; moved, that the
House adjourn;, The yeas and nays
were ordered, an4 the House refused
to adjourn yeas 96, nays 114. The bill
introduced by Deering was then read
and put upon i its passage. It was de
feated ryeas 101, t nays . 109. All the
Greenbackers, f excepting Ladd, from
Maine, voted in the . affirmative. The
result of 1 the -vote was greeted with
clapping of hands on the Democratic
side and counter demonstrations on the
Republican side. j
On motion of Fernando Wood, of
New York, a. resolution for the final
adjournment of this session on the
day of May (date not fixed), was referr
ed to the committee of ways and means.
iTlEDOOK" TO BE INVESTIGATED,
The House committee on agriculture
to-day authorized a favorable report to
t. 3 S- 41 TT II fl..i!
j be n.ade to toe House on the resolution
I introduced Saturday last regardins? the
intestigation bf the department of ag-
- BRIEF FOREIGH ITEMS.
Thferir c'f al j a t of the town of Ir-
Dit on me eastern noraerei the govern
ment of Perm, at the confluence of the
Irbit and Nisa rivers, ' Russia, was de
stroyed byfire last Friday.-' The popu
lation of Irbit is about 3.500. '
i : It is reported that Garibaldi is better.
but accounts of the state; 'of his health
dm mnfl Minn .i t ,l .' . . . -.- ..
Jf ifteen. farni houses
ed to arbitrate1 between threat Britain
and Nicaragua resecting the! differ-
ship; com hSerce and navigation, between
those countries in. 1,800,'- : v
. - m .
CBIfilt TRAGEDY. '
A Youhff trnsband Murders His Wife,
i CLkRKSAli.LE, TEttN.,- May 8. At
about hirteo'clocklast night Emma
Draudt from' Louisville, "Hy., was shot
. fcymniuvj iivi" uvuio t i j )i , n f ouvu
f and irtstantly Jfeilled in 'room S(J at - the5
1 Rdntherrf hbtel in this rftv.1 ' ' Tt is kntu
posed !!ihat 'John H. Merkel.'alsd from!
- Louisville ; ell the;t, shpetihg." They I
arrived here last. .Friday And occupied
separate' 'rooms, ' leaving .,l,Saturday
morning ior tne races at JNasnvme, vm
returned on thd steamer ' A ndersbn and
book1 -a i-obin' at : the 'same1 hotel last
elahniog'that' they liad' been 'married in'
asnvuier iThe1 pistol-snot ; 'wound' 'is
just over the left eyfe,'- ion the" . foreheaoj-
wnicn,' iS'Jconsideraury. jpowder-burnt.1
'Whieh-he; claims "was' caused W her
throwing -ori a table,1, the pistol, which
.T'tfue' BIuincipaVEfecttons'lasi Wttit.
iDr..WrC Thomas was elected ihayor
o?Rxkingham. . ,' lt : -r'i
The dry sticket' prevailed' at'Breva'rd
Station,' Jaston county. ,';Thos. F.' T?il-!
kinson was lelected::mavor. ! and U. 1
McLurf, W. CrSherrill and C. Tr Peters
son commissioners. -'" v 'f , ' - .
muorsviHo-eiecxeu mis ticKetr May
or, isaad f Harris ;'. fcommissionefk.! A.
'Leae, &JU. Walker,5.-Ji ' R.'.McNeelv; 1
jj. uuouinam j s u ; mciean ' anai vs
a. uarnes; cierK, S. i'rontis; town
marshal,-rJ: IT. Wycoffr ;
'. ' John' F.; Murrill : was feleckd
jOf,IIickoiy:J.s. i'W".-;i i v- t .?nn ! .
' At Newton theiold:board
a wer re.i
G. bwens. Dms-trlaL' Altnmin' Pn .wrttM Ti
BuITs Baby Syrup has a wonderful : reputation;' tha
aemana ior u is really astonishing, . Mothers Will
have no other. It la destined to supercede all other
l-'tw f-Jtl-J T ft j.ftii ,;9 Li r. j "i " .' ,
w -fwfj Muvd. w m w. m.j. uvivuuv
was 'arrestea ana loagea in jaiu ;th
cbroner'y Jury 1 has'Jnot '7 rendered fia
verdict,yet ' :
THE POHFD rmtf''VTvrs.
y juagment tins jyafcJrorfA Carolinians Hatto y
its obligations by .v, -O. w-,v-7,,- t., ; V,S
nt, a ubordin: - :; 'M,T Kitchiii-hussell &
itv and airintrti ! -" iL : r n S
i,-Soihrjp'J to be nodi AX twe, nyfur
colieaeues, remarked 1 Me J ost a 1; -
eseotatl v Steele,- of VJjojli Xru-olia,'
yesteraay. - v.- i'"
-No such thing has bCSbught of,'
he replied." "The story was made out of
the whole cloth-.y Kitchin did say some
sharp things aDout Kusseu on the noor
4nd. fi4 Wpiild. have said a good deal
mbrtrirrlussell had been present. He
he catches Bussell in his seat. i I expect
he will, but there has been no docs SI
dlifficulty-Eetween them. I suppose tl e
story was started as a joke." , ? -.,
,?Capt;Kitchin wqudfight -th,gR
Senator fVatuce-, after beMladalso stated
Wlhfi;mKM?.n fr the
iTichtl . Ishould sav he would. - He d
fight a rat$l'ajt& JLlrough the crack of
t. fnnrfl 'nnd.eri vses thftttake th fifcjrtftfitflh
lI-'cHiVv nrtr.K'flnWt.fi.nf-ino in iTKWlW
siders it the safest plan to fij
rr ! -1
man, trat'h$hasrn;aken any
iailMLJ 3)1? lJ 4-
kwh ton cl ilir"
TbeObto'GwnwrshipiMnr. Tliurman. -.
Washiiigfon Sctij( jochmond WspatclL
Taei.ijniijJemocraisiare still very
must.ruiP if - hH Irfeanffto make iaE-fairaT
ftf vvirjr v.ll be a candi-
such an arrangement
wTouldsuirTiiin, andaihis, friends. Mr.
TUdeh's trieMsiiQh A Ui reported.
inclined to tax his ."tremrth with so
heavy .and exacting, campaigii as this
win MS, weuageu uuu aNconiesuAiia ft
with such immense stake itfoili
quire jprotraetedj inadi amocsisihg labor
011 his party's , J r--,
i i.;i:i-i' i- .-i',JUW laji
rTrarellnr is Extrs-flaBsrMub
va !':!. - 'fh 9Mdl al i
If (he tourist Is unprovided with sqme !niedlclnala
of an unaecoatomed on SBWnolesome quality, and
a route, that Hes Jn,th . troplos f lOtherVtegkfcs
where . malaria . exists, : are each; and all " fhragnt
with danger to one whd'has ' beemprorident
enougn 10 neglect a remedial safeguard. ; The con
current tetmohy of muiy ' Toyageurs by land and
sea estabushes the fact, that Hostetter'a Stomach
Bitters enables those who nse it to ieneounter haz-
ardsof tle naturt! jjefqrred to .with tapunlty; and
that, as a medicine adapted to- sudden and unet-
orwura uiiiie Jiver, tne ;(K)wet8ianu, ue siomacn,
fver and aeheumattemandneiTroua ailments,
to which emigrants, travelers and new settllrtfli
most subject These' and others yield to tne' ic
tlon of the Bitters promptly and completely.
mayl4 Iw '; 1 ' .
TELEGRAM! MAEEET REPORTS."
MAT 12,'i819 -'
Baltwoks Oata m?,(Soobem ''S5a38. Wes
tern white 34a86,'do mtxed', 82a34, Penpsyt
anla 34a86. Hay market ' dull; prime rita
syrranla and Maryland 12al4.r Provisions nrnf;
mess pork, old 10 60alO.7S, new -l bulk meats
loose shoulders 8," dear rib sides 4. per car
load, packed new 4JAaoV8; baeon-r-ahoulders.
41A. clear rib sides. ;.new EZkatL hama. wifrar-curMi.
10. Lard refined ' Uefees 7. Butter acttve?
choice Western packed 14al6. rolls llalS. Cof
fee quiet; Rio cargoes, lOaltt. WJUakey dull at
i..trava. sugar arm a sou, &avt
Nsw York Flour no decided change; No. 2,
2.35a3.10, superfine Western and State a.45a3.55.
common to good- exmrWestern and State 8.76a
3.80. good to choice dq a85a4.50; Southern flour
steady; common to fair extra 5.00a5.60; good
to choice do 5.65a6.75. W heat ungraded win
ter red l.osai.16, iNo. 1 ditto iai4aiA. fiom
ungraded 44a6, Mo. a, 44tfc Oats; No 3, 33V.
uonee acuve ana - steady; Kio quoted 1 in car
goes 10Val4. In Job lots lOtfealS. Sugar steady;
Cuba 6iAa5-16, fair to good refig6T4a7-16, prime
63aft-10; refined standard A. 7. rranulated au.
powdered 84, crushed 8.. -Molasses New Or
leans 2a42. sice in lair demand and steady;
Carolina quoted at 64a7, Louisiana 614a6J&
Pork old mess on spot 9.00a 121. Lard prime
steam spot 62Vpt37Vi Whiskey 1.05. Freights
r r ' . t - 1 ! i
HOHTOiJC jnrm; middling IVfye; net receipts
zz; gross ; stock v.nia; ' exports coastwise
249; sales 25; exports to tireat Britain
; BAinrncoBB Firmer; mldd'g 12S4;'low middling
12; good Ordinary lljfci net receipts ; gross
sauw 44, awwit 0,14-4; exports coastwise
20; spinnert ; exports to .Great Britain ;
to Continent; to Frarieer49f-J,i !
B08TOH-iuIet; niiddllng . 12c,; low. middling
121; good ordinary llg; net receipts 185; gross
496; aatea -j stock 5,030 exports- to Great
Britain 1,270. , :...t: htu.ru-intuT-
Whjctnotoh Firm; mlddUng lltid' low mid
dilng llV;goo4 onunary ll; net receipts 7;
gross : sales ; stock 693? spinners ; ex
ports coastwise 822: to Great Britain : to Con-
nent rj to cnannei k i ; a . ' - .
i PHrijUEtPHii-45feady : dddlmgr 125&C; low
middling 1214c; good ordinary 11 c; net receipts
273; gross 274; sales ; sptonexs 607; stock
v,Os4: exports to ureapjBrtaui rr; -tjfn-
bbw ioR-riuu; sates luvai Buaaang uplands
12 7-16,, mid. Orleans 12 M&rmiselklafed net
ut. Anna. , t. . ' r. 1 1 . . .
Franec:49tt.'ii"Jf 34,J ilJ oZijx ii
, LrfXRPOOir NdoW ; Cittoh . quiet Middung
upianas o wu.. mioaanKrieitns, o lfy-ioa. : sales
8,000, ., speculation and exporti lXXMk additional
eiosingr ; re-
turea buyers of-
Mar delivery May and Jane 13-16. June and
July 6 27-32al3-16,. July and August 6?fc August
and '.September 6 l5-16a29-32 SeDtember and
October .October and "November".' New crop
shipped "November and December per 8aH , Sep-
00Q bales.! !
Arm Sales. 7
, . t I'- "tf:
, - 12 .58
AiMtiua - - in 1 li.3 la.32
4. M&ga! 1
nOH iKiinim .miCBASL0tmllar'13!-l87flL f
'J The'market jesterdclbl
fMool midotBntti. iWA'i '?llilv.L :- !t i
,'!". rniTirivrTt- twi ViiW'iTiitte-TW
Corn, per tash'Ic . . f fej vx jtWaTQ
Oat, shelled,'... Sl4lWLlM .iV)lYk- 3"46a50
M7,7r(.. AIM- Pfe 3J19J1K" ;fift TJI
TCaba..t4...vf;i4..iIX sJJiji'MiK-' 8Sa40
.'Liverpool fine. .r.v; i'.. i. V.i s k';. . .V L(HJa2.00
SCOAB ii l-Jl-KU.:- ,VjM1.7 ij - A T.
'1 Sweet.V.(.a.;. .iij't', jv.!,.!r.i:i.-" '5a75
Irlsh . . nL, . , y , J . J .v.jJ, . : iiLi:.8.50a3.75
F.06S, per dozen.-;, .i : v. U. J. ' ; j 4 10
Thurman to run. . in tact, soia&av.iie
est ettorc tot tner riresTaencv. - rrre v '.sre
confident .thatrhe?, can" carry tf&J&kfn,
mans anrt th -hwrteihf thft TsTatinnala
da5irnB iSwKetu JSwmg
saiesr, .yesteraay ; itet regular
celDts 1.650. all' American. , Vo
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