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The additional expenses during the year of rh Presidential election were szu.uw more than the increase in me receipts The expenses during the Tilden ana llayrs election were $49,345 ; during uie Garfield and Hancock election they were $269,824. Tne collections iu me frmnr vMr were $238,653. and in the latter year $499,455 speaks for itself : Total Expenses. 1.876. $ 45,642 1877, 49.845 1878, 60,351 1879, 129.845 1880, 205,773 1881, 259,324 The American claims But the table Collections. $216,928 238,853 252,288 337,659 455,457 499,455 that it is a $tisczlixuzouB. UtolCo., GENERAL FEED DEALERS -AND- COMMISSION O M M I S 8 I O N MERCHANT MERCHANT S, CHftRLOTTE, N. C. 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How therefore could any sane politician favor contin uing a law of taxation that tbe people could be relieved of ? . You answer that it is to preserve the political power in herent in tbe system that it Is retained, and the people are deceived by it If this is so, why did you not abolish the law when your party had the Congress ? And now that you are out of power, if you see any better plan since you have got out, let the people have it. If it is honestly feasible, they will elect a Con gress that will pass it and nobody dare stand in the way." Even at the risk of giving too much prominance to a paper published on the plan that now marks the American, we will answer its queries. When the Democrats had con trol of Congress, the Democrat in Congressmen of North Carolina al wavs inveighed strongly against me in tp.rnal revenue system, and the repre sentative from the Statesville district nrced its reoeal upon Congress. How ever, it wrs feared that the financial situation of the government did not then iustifv dispensing with this source of revenue. Since then the measure has become feasible. There are oniv S550.uuu.uuu 01 ine Donaeu debt that can be paid off during the next ten rears. We reduced our debt 134,000,000 during the year 18S1. In addition our interest acconnt now is S16.300.000 leas than a year ago. We have besides si50,ooo,ou in casn in tne treasury. Unless something be done to reduce our receipts, or to unnecessa rilv increase our expenses, we will in three years pay off the bonded debt now payable, but it need not be paid until the end of ten years. So insteadof the debt pressing us, we must do some thing to keep tne money aenvea irom taxation from being aacumulated in the treasury to the detriment of trade and business. It is very apparent that the situation is entirely change from what it was even in 1S80. lioth lie publicans and Democrats admit this. We ascribe the change in great measure to the economy which the Democrats instituted in the administration of Dublic affairs, whose fruits the people are now reaping, and whose results are so creat that the American refuses to credit them. The American says "that no party dare keep the law on the people a mo ment loneer than a better system can be devised. There is no necessity to devise any new system we can do without this source of revenue and as it is so bad as the American says, why not let it eof The effect will be to force a more moderate tariff, to cheapen articles of manufacture now protected bv the tariff or imported from abroad The American insists thai tne internal revenue system is a blessing to the peo- pie or me six in collection uiBinci ue- cause so much money is spent there. There are 8220.000 paid to gaugers who eret perhaps 8400 apiece a year. Their c . - . . . j., . work consists in standing Dy ana iook- iner at a three and a half gallon still run out a few eallons of liquor a day. It is not a blessing to these men to have these places ; it is not a blessing to the State that her young men should be brought up in such a school of idleness and political vagrancy ; it is not a bless ing1 to anv community to have such a number or ner voung men corrupveu us we are informed this system corrupts them. The few hundred dollars they receive can be earned more honorably, mors satisfactorily, and with better re- i -15 suits to the State and tneir iamuies oj thfl same labor which other citizens havfltn do. The 8200.000 paid these notiMra trv ait nrrtnnri athrflft and A half ii i mil n o t mnn rv r r,:r,- r, rtrr MMinav i n n av m , annarv. 1 ma. ganon sun ana nx up puuuw ww,mu the lands which were owned by the late Mary M. wal'ara. THE HOME PLACE. 4 miles from the city of Charlotte, on the Lawyers' road, contains 408 acres, with a large Brick: Dwelling House, good hams anrt other Imnroyements. THE ALLEN PLACE, contains 267 acres, is 4 miles from the city, adjoins the Home Place, and lies between the Lawyers' road and the Monroe road. THE WfNENS PLACE, on the Potter road. con- Loins 133 aeres, adjoins the Home Place, said Is aDoui me same distance rrom me city. THE WILSON PLACE, on the Lawyers' road, 6 miles from Charlotte contains 822 acres. THE BRUM LEY PLACE, on Reedy trees, 7 miles from Charlotte, contains QIVs acres. We wl 1 also sell a valuable lioid Mine, in un ion county, near Matthews', known as the Henry Phlfer Mine. Tbe Home tract; tbe Allen tract: and the Wilson tract, each, will first be offered In lots and then as a whole. This sale Is mads subject to the ratification and approval of the Court. Terms: One tenth casn: Daiance in iwoeqnai Installments at one and two years, with security and Interest from date. Deeds and Plats can be seen at the law office of Osborne & Maxwell. Charlotte, N. J. t parties desiring to examine tne propem wm ap- ply to S. H. F ARROW, at the Brick House place. m n ii i v tit t? t t Commlss'nrs. TT l. Ill A A TT Uilii 1 December 1, 1881. w-tds -dally 4t One case of small-pox, in Baltimore was reported Thursday, and one death from the disease at quarantine. . The.death is announced at Paris of, Francois-Michael Pascol,; the: French sculptor, aged 68.; : The Emperor Witliam of Germany vprt. mora than a thousand con gratulatory; telegrams oh the new yer, some pi tnem irom .a.meru;i, . itiffo-ft John Phelps Putnam, of th Superior bench of Massachusetts, did on Wednesday mgns, in x5usiuh,mi pneumonia, after a brief illness. He was appointed to the Superior bench in 1859. ThA total amount of bond3 necessary to be issued by Pennsylvania to replace maturing bonds, and for which bids were received Wednesday, is 89.200,000. Of this - amount 82,500,000 are to run from one to ten years and 86,700,000 for thirty year. There will be a State convention of the Radical temperance people of Iowa held at Des Moines on January 26 and 27 for the purpose of pushing the pro hibitory amendment to the constitu tion. Gov. St. John, of Kansas, will speak on the 26th. The annual report of the New York State commissioners in lunacy shows that there were 10,062 insane persons, 778 idiots and 648 epileptics in the vari ous State institutions at the end of the fiscal year, September 30, 1881, being an excess of 350 over last vear. James Gordon Bennett's iron steam yacht Polynia, was launched at New burg, N. Y., yesterday. The vessel is 246 feet long, 26 feet wide and 18 feet depth of hold. 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Charges per session of iweni y weeks: Board (exclusive of lights and washing) and tuition, in full En glish course, 876.00. Extra studies moderate. For particulars app' A Surprised Policeman From the Cleveland Press. "Talk about bold bank burglaries," said a member of the police force this morning, "the slickest steal lever neard of was the robbery of a bank down in Rhode Island, six or seven years ago. It was a bitter coll night, and a night gatrolman noticed a dim ljgbtinthe ank window, and going up to thfidoor, rapped. "Is that you, patrolman ? asked a Toice from within. "Yes, was the rpply. "Step in and get a heat," said the voice from within. The patrolman stepped inside and encountered a dapper little fellow wearing a green shade over his eyes and a pen behind his ear. "iou re working late to-niznt, said th patrolman. "Yes," said the dapper little fellow, 'I've been detained to-night straight ening up accounts." The patrolman warmed himself at the roaring big fire that blazed on the hearth, and went out again on his beat. An hour later the patrolman came that way, and still seeing the light tnrougn the window, rapped again. "Is that you, patrolman f "Yes." "Come in and warm yourself." The patrolman accepted tbe invita tion. - "It's a howling cold night," said the man with a green shade over his eyes. "You bet, said the patrolman. So he took another heat and returned to his beat. ; "He was rather surprised nest day to learn that his fireside friend of the night before had got away with $90,000 of the bank's funds, Mr. George C. Lipp, a well-known Philadelphia politician, and a collector of delinquent taxes, dropped dead on the corner of Ninth and Eace streets yesterday morning. He was a young man, and wa3 apparently in robust health up to the moment of bis death. Cleveland, Ohio, is ahead of all the cities in tbe electric illumination. A mast 260 feet high has been erected in the public square, supplied with four electric lights, haying an illuminating power of 40,000 candles. This will light an area half a mile in diameter. A Wnrulojr and an Eucoliragemeut Trees. The people of the South will find out after awhile that in their mighty for ests they have a great source of wealth. Some will find this out too late. When Western North Carolinians sell walnut trees for twenty five cents a piece they are about as wise as the man who sells his seed corn. .We have essayed to show the unwisdom of selling ofE well wooded lands for a few dollars, or val uable trees for a mere trifle. During the last year it is staled as a fact that six billions (6,279,950,000) feet of lumber have been cut in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. The logging this sum mer will swell this amount to 7,420,950,- 000. It is certain that valuable timber to be used in furniture manufacturing is getting scarce in the North, hence the Northern dealers are in the South buy ing up trees and lands. Mr. McDonald, editor of the Lynchburg News, writes from Saltville, Va.: "The timber interest of the counties named is also an immense one. A gen tleman told me to-day that he had col lected specimens of forty-seven differ ent woods in Tazewell county to send to the Atlanta Exposition. I see lying here great piles of walnut logs that are hauled by wagon twenty, thirty and even forty miles for shipment to Eu rope. The owners get as much as $65 a piece for some logs. I heard of one investment of $175 in trees which real ized over $7,000. When railroad facili ties are carried to that country it will empty into the marts of trade vast quantities of the rich products of na ture. The Norfolk and Western New River Extension will soon tap it. By the beginning of summer this road will be completed to Flat Top, the great coal region. Track-laying was com menced to-day, and some twelve or fif teen miles are ready for the rails. The comoanv have purchased 37,000 acres of splendid coal land, with veins run ning as high as sixteen feet. The coal is the finest bituminous." Heie we learn that Virginians get as much as $05 for walnut logs. North Carolinians are content with from 25 cents to $2 a tree, which shows intelli gence and a due appreciation of Belf in terest. Tbe New Orleans Democrat has been discussing the value of tbe wooded lands of Louisiana. It esti mates that there are 17,000,000 acres of these lands in that State alone. The Boston Economist, referring to the vast forests in the South, says: "The saw mills have made little im pression upon this vast supply of tim her, which comprises a large variety of valuable woods. Most of it, too, can be easily marketed, thanks to the bayous and water courses with which the State is liberally provided. Since the increas ing scarcity of Western timber became apparent, large purchases of timbered I anas nave oeeu maae in .aiauama. Tennessee. Georgia and North Caro lina. It is to be hoped that this splendid possession, the importance of which the South is just beginning to compre hend, will be managed with more care than has been bestowed upon the tor esU of the North and West. This country must learn the science of for estry sooner or later, and now is a good time to begin' r In a county settled in 1746, it is possi? ble now. in 1882. to ride from the coun ty seat to Roanoke River, a distance of some twenty-five miles, without being out of virgin forests. This shows how abundant are the timbered lands of North Carolina. Do not cut down your trees, save when necessary positively. Do not sell valuable timber except for a high price. 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Arrive Qreensb'ro Leave ureensb'ro Arrive N Danville Leave N.Danville Arrive Richmond, Leave Qreensb'ro Arrive Raleieh.... Leave Raleigh,.. Arrive Goldsboro' 4.30 p m 6.17 P m 8.00 P m 8.18 p ni 10.10 pm 11.80 pm 7.40 a m 830am 5.80 a m 7.86 am 7.56 a m 10 00 am 10 15am 8.55 p m 9.60 a m 1 .52 p m 2.17pm 4.20 p m 8.10 pm lu.02 pm 12 05am 12.15 am 12.23 am No. 61-Connects at Greensboro' with R .& D. R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville and Richmond, also with tram ior ttaieign ana Goldsboro. No. 65 connects at Greensboro' witn a. a u. R. R. for all points East and West, via Danville and Richmond. No. 51 Connects at Greens roro' with K. a v. B. B. for all points East and West, via Danville only. JUST RECEIVED: A FULL AND SELECT LINE OF Perfumeries and Perfumery Cases. Cologne Bot tles. 4c. Toilet Powder Kouges, soaps, Tooth Brushes, Brushes of ail kinds, Combs, fcc., and a full line of all goods usually found In a first-class Drug Establishment Careful attention Riven the preparation of pre scriptions. I trust tne puduc will, as neretoiore, exiena me a sharn of thtr natronaze. Care will in every In stance be given the preparation and dispensing of all medii loes for which demands are made, and satisfaction in every In every Instance guaranteed, by W. P. MAKVLN. Ag't, CU. dec23 4 1 Jck VI W m SB itS-SKND FOR CIRCHLAllS.-uTS Victor Sbii Mho Co. MIDDLETOWX, CONN. No. 8 N.; Charles street, J trains going west. SOUTHERN OFFICE Baltimore, Md. novll d&w Date, Dec. 18, '81 No. 54 No 50 : Dally. Dally. Leave Goldsboro' 12.20 pm Arrive Raleigh,.. 1 2.40 p m Leave Baleih, 4 00 pre Leave Richmond, 12 07 pm N.Danville 7 48pm 680pm Arrive Greensb'ro 9.80 pm &30pm Leave Greensrro 9.85 p m 8.40 p m Leave Salisbury,. 11.15 pm 10.37 m Arrive Charlotte,. 12.40 am 12.25 m No. 52 Dally. 11.25 pm 7.85 a m 9 30am 9 85am 11.22 am 1.05 pm GOOD COFFEE. jfl NOT Bill body wants It, but very few get it, j J 1 J. XjL J U ! IN. W. N. C. RAILROAD. 6Q1NO WEST. NO. 50Dally. Leave Greensboro 9.51 pm Arrive Kernersvllle 11.07 pm Arrive Salem 11.50 pm ! NO. 52 Dally, except Sunday. T .flare Greensboro 10.00 a m Arrive Kernersvllle 1 1.00 a m Arrive Salem 11.80 am GOING EAST. i NO. 51 Dally, exoept Sunday. Leave Salem 7.30 am Arrive Kemersvile 8.04 am Arrive Greensboro 9.00 am I NO. 53 Dally. Leave Salem 4.80 pm Arrive Kernersvllle 5. 1 0 P m Arrive Greensboro. 6-80 p m Pirn Sleeping Cars Witnout Cbaneo On Train No, 51, between Atlanta and New York, via Danville. On Train No. 55, between Augusta and Wash- tnerton. via Danville. On Train No. 53, between Atlanta and Washing tph. vH Danville. . pn raln No. 60, between New York and Atlanta via Danville; On Train No. i2, between Washington and Au gusta, via uanvme. Op Train No 54, between Washington and At lanta, via Danville. PWThromrh Tickets on sale at Greensboro', Raleigh. Goldsboro'. Salisbury and Charlotte, and principal points South. Southwest. West, North and East For Kmlfrrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address, A. POPE, General Passenger Agent decSl Richmond, Va. ST CHARLES HOTEL. lHEADQUAETEES FOE DEUMMEES. STATESVILLE, N. C. THIS house has been leased for 4 terra of years by firs. Dr. 'Beeves, vnese Uiteutipn U to tmnn a strictly first-class house In even respect. Commodious sample rooms on first apd second noors. The patronage of the public is solicited Julyltf. Chew only the brand of tobacco known as The Old Oaken Bucket THE old Oaken Bucket, The Iron bound bucket, The moss-eovered bucket That bung In the well. ' . CHAS. B. JOKES, Chariot, N. C., Sole Agent Bp- irfoerai wois u ueuitts- . i ' ;n ' i ... J i '.' ...U We contmue toct a Solid tors for Patents, Caveats,. itaae Moras.- uopynguia, clq., jor me unnea states. Canada, Cuba, England; France, Germanyvetc.' -W hove bad tnirtvnve years' experience- Fatentvobtained througi u ar b otioed in the Scx Tvnrin Aviciciv. This lanre and gfttandlri lima. tr&ted Wftyp3per,$3i20 ayear.showsthe Progress of Science, 1 very interesting, and has an.enonnous circulation, address MUNN & CO- Patent Solici tors, PUb'g. Ui SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Si PETS Row, WfltrfVnrl' TJnni hnnlr krait TJnrnntn wu Everybody wants it, but very few get it, because most people do not know how to select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roasting or making. To obviate these difficulties has been our study. Thurber's package Coffees are selected by an expert who un derstands the art of blending various fta vors. They are roasted in the most pertecs manner (it is impossible to roast well in small quantities), then put In pound pack' ages (tn the bean, not ground,) bearing our signature as a guarautee of genuineness, and each package contains the Thurber recipe for making good CoiToe. W3 pack two kinds, Thurber's " No. 31," strong and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41," mild and rich. One or tho other will suit every taste. They have the throo great points, good quality, honest quan tity, reasonable price. Ask your Grocer for Thurber' a roasted Coffee in pound pack ages, "No. 34" or "No. II." Do not bo put off with any other kind your own palate Will tell you what is best. Where persons de3ire it we also furnish the "JdeaV' Coffee-pot, the simplest, best and cheapest coffae-pot in existence. Ameers who sell our Coffee keep them. Ask for descriptive circular. Respectfully, &c, H. K. & E. B. THUKBER & CO., Importers', "Wholesale Grocers and Coffog Koasters, New York. - p. S. As the largest dealers in food pro ducts in the world, we consider it our in terest to manufacture only pure and whole some goods and pack them in a tidy and satisfactory manner. All goods bearing our name are guaranteed to be of superior quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers are authorized to refund the purchase rjrice In any case -where customers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore to the interest of both dealers and con sumers to use Thurber's brands. TO CALL AT EDDINS' BOOK STORE BEFORE YOU MAKE lour Holiday Praises Wo will not here attempt to enumerate what we have - but if you will call we will satlsry you that we have the finest assortment of -HOLIDAY GOODS- ever brwught to this market Call and sec our Display whetltr ycu buy cr not A Cne lot ot MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all descripilons, Just received. Rem-n.ber none can under-buy us, and none can under sell us. Chew only tbe brand of tobacco known as The Old Oaken Bucket THE old Oaken Bueket The iron-bound bucket, The moss-eovered bucket, . That hung in the well. CHAS. R. IONE3. Charlotte. N, C;BcIe Agent, Sr Liberal termB to dealers. NOTICE. I Signed a note, payable to W. B. Mott for$5i5, dated 21st Feptembfr, 1881, which note was obtained under false pretense, and I for warn any person or persons from trading lor said note, as I do not Intend to pay 1C J. W. LONG. Mt Moume, No. jarOJ lm CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the public square in Charlotte, will be sold cheap and on reasonable terms to the right kind of a purchaser: Tbe dwelling Is on a full lot, has nine comfortable rooms, brick kitchen, fine well ot wa ter, etc The bouse is admirably adapted for the residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacher, having an admirable library or study rooni, built for tns purpose. For furthsr particulars, price, tenrta etc.: apply at THIS OFFICE, uly20.dtf City Lot for Sale Cheap. THE Lot on the corner of Ninth street and tbe North Carolina Railroad, fronting 140 feel on Ninth street and 196 feet on the North Caroliua Railroad, will either be sold as a whole or divided Into two lots of 70 by 196 feet Suitable either for rulldlng or factory purposes. Apply to Jun25,tf J. S. PHILLIf 8.
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