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fltThe Datronage ot the public is solicited.
Irritability of temper, now remai jvbb
of memory, with a feeling of baying neg
lected some duty, weariness, ptBitagp,
fluttering etthe keari. lata before the
Mr. Sceville Getting Weary of Ilia
Cfte A Pathetic Appeal to the Pub
lic Baltimore Sun.
Washington, Jan. 30. The motion
for the new trial in Guiteau's case made
last Saturday by Mr. Scoville, has been
fixed by Judge Cox for hearing
next Friday. The District attorney
this morning had . an interview with
the jurors in reference to the charge
that a newspaper had been read in the
jury room, and all the jurors declared
that no newspaper had Been seen by
them since the trial begun. On exami
nation of the names written upon the
margin of the paper, all of them de
clared that the names written thereon,
in evident -imitation of their names,
were forgeries. Some thought they
saw evidence of the tracing of the
names. Mr. Sheahan, whose name ap
pears upon the paper, said he did not
have a pen in his hand during the en
tire trial. Mr. Bright, another juror
whose name appears upon the paper,
said he did not hare a newspaper In
his hand during the trial, and that he
had never seen any writing materials
in any of the rooms occupied by the
jury. It seems that both Mr. Scoville
and Mr. John W. Guiteau had albums
in which the jurors were asked to
write their names, and the oaths of
both these gentlemen to their knowl
edge of the jurors' handwriting is
based on this fact.
AN APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. Scoville has addressed an appeal
to the "American people" asking for
money to continue the struggle to save
the prisoner from the gallows, whom
he considers to be an insane man. He
says that he has thus far remained in
the case out of loyalty to his wife, and
because he believed the defense to be
just, and was inxiou3 to save the nation
from the lasting disgrace of hanging
an insane man to gratify popular re
venge. There is a bare possibility that
the motion now pending for a new trial
will be granted. If overruled judg
ment and sentence will be passed on
the prisoner to be executed in the lat
ter part of June. Several weeks will
intervene, however, durirjg which a
bill of exceptions can be presented and
an appeal taken to the General Term.
To do this counsel must be employed
and paid. Mr. Scoville's own resources
are exhausted. He has sacrificed his
business, and has incurred expenses at
Washington amounting to $550,and has
contracted debts for the support of his
family at home exceeding $300, and, as
an offset, has received only about $250
from friends. His aged mother is ly
ing seriously ill and requires some por
tion of his time and resources. For
these reasons he cannot give two
months more of his time to this trial
unless the public come forward with
pecuniary assistance. At least ?f2,ooo
is needed. Those, who are willing to
contribute are invited to address Mr.
Scoville, -it Washington, until Feb. 4.
ONE DAY S MAIL.
In a cheerless little back room at ' lie
Tremont House, with no tire, and but a
little light, Mr. Scoville was found late
this afternoon, seated in iront of a
small table (placed against the only
window in the room,) upon which were
piled several hundred letters addressed
to Guiteau. He was clipping the let-
ers and the inclosures into a waste-
basket by his side. "At first, said Mr.
Scoville, "before the amounts became
so generous 1 thought possibly some ot
the checks might be genuine, but upon
investigation I found all were worth
less, and I paid no further attention to
tnem. Unecks representing minions oi
dollars I have thrown away in this
manner." A s. he continued to open let
i r after letter, many with checks for
fabulous sums, others with hideous val
entines, others with doggerel verses,
and occasionally a request for an auto
graph, with stamp enclosed, Mr. Sco
ville at length came upon one upon
which he bestowed more than a mere
passing notice. "I have heard from
these parties before," said Mr. Scoville,
a grim smile flitting over his careworn
face. "This is from firm in Philadel
phia, who have a process of arresting
decay in meats, fruits or vegetables by
suojectmg mem tu t v.pYW
uous eypn e.m,peratu,re m a refrigera
ting cheat. They propose to take Gui
teau's hody, as soon as he is hung, sub
ject it to this process in chest with
glass sides, exposing it to the view, and
then exhibit it in this country and in
Europe, giving the relatives of the re
frigerated corpse one-half of the net
Eroceeds. I don't know but that is a
etter offer than the one I have just
received from St. Louis of $5,000 out
right for the body."
Mr. Scoville gives notice that here
after all letters addressed to Guiteau
will be destroyed without opening.
Anqther Vaccination Prejudice.
St Louis Republican, Jan 7.
As a number of oolored roustabouts
were beina vaccinated at the dispensa
ry yesterdayan Irish woman brought in a
four year old to be operated on with
the virus quill. She took her seat, but
made no preparation to bare the child's
1 T- - -1 .fL 1 IP
arm, ana so ur. n,enicK aitor uan ati
The woman moved not and spoke not,
but kept her eyes on several negroes
that were beine vaccinated.
"Come on, madam, if you want that
D've s'oose o'ill have me child vac
cinationed wid the same pen as they
naygurs until yiz'll have wiped it off
and washed it?
"fiome on. old ladv. I've no time to
"Sorra a come at all till yes wipe the
quill, so I won't. The devil a time shall
mft nnrtv bairn be pricked with the
samft nn ill as the blacks, no. sir."
She was a big w,am,aji arid the doctor,
a litUe tnan, and as he' didn't want her
to wipe up the floor with him, he kind
ly explained that a fresh quill was used
on each patient She and her child were
then both vaccinated, the lady mean
while looke dthings unutterable at a
brace of cunning little darkies being
led in by a powerful negro.
Tbe Mine of Siberia.
While Central America is presenting
its claims as a mineral-bearing country;
it gives a better impression 0$ the lib
eral distribution of gold and silver to
learn that in the far north, the mines
of desolate Siberia are reported to be as
rich us those of America, and would
probably produce large amounts of
precious minerals, as well as iron and
other metals, but for the wretched sys
tem universally in operation. At pres
ent Russia, with a population double
that of the United States, produces
only about one-third of the amount of
gold produced here, and about, pna,
tenth of the amount of ftoa. Aa arule
the Siberian mines are owned, by the
Government, and generally worked by
convict labor. The results of such a
system can never be satisfactory in the
direction of productionv-
; a BED-BTOS, BQACHESV If
Rats. mice. anU, flies, verrolnV mosquitoes, in
sects, tc. cleared out by "Bough on itais,
boxes at diugglsts. -
t NEWS NOTES. s
i A woman who, with other Nihilists,
was awaiting trial at Moscow for 'con
spiracy, has gone mad. , .
! The iLmeer pi Afghanistan1 is said to
be : developing a ferocity; worthy of ; , his
blood-stained predecessor. A reign of
terror prevails at Cabal, where. 1,100
persons are imprisoned for political of
fenses. A reservoir burst at Calais, France,
yesterday, and the -escaping water de
stroyed a school house and two other
buildings. At last advices 27 bodies
had been taken from the ruins.
: The Chicago grand j ury is at present
conducting an.. Investigation for the
purpose of ascertaining whether the op
erations of the grain speculators come
within thescopo of . the laws against
gambling.- -tr -
The SupremelCotirt of Missouri yes
terday affirmed the conviction of
Charles F. Kronz for the murder of Dora
.Broemser, a marriedTwoman, of whom
he was enamored. Kronz has been
tried four times, and has been in jail at
St. Louis seven years.
i The Quincey (Illinois) Herald joins
in the movement, - which seems to be
taking positive form; in favor of mak
ing Hon Samuel S. J. Tilden the Dem
ocratic nominee for the i Presidency In
1884. The Herald feels that with Mr.
Tilden as a candidate the Democratic
party is sure to'win a national victory.
-Edward ' Umholtz, a prominent citizen
of Gratz, a small town a few miles
firom Harrisburg, Paf died last week of
small-pox, but the nature of the disease
was not given by the physician and
there was a. large attendance at the fu
neral. The sickness of three children
followed, and of those at the funeral
IT are down with the disease.
i P. H. Gunckel & Co., of Dayton, Ohio,
have purchased the property known as
"Hog Island," in James Kiver, near
Jamestown, Va , containing 2,200 acres.
These gentlemen are noted stock rais
ers, and will devote their new purchase
to stock raising purposes. They will
expend, fro in $20,000 to $30,000 in im
proving the property.
Martin McMurray, a patient at the
small-pox hospital at Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
made his escape through a window and
proceeded to his home, a' distance of
one mile. On his arrival his family
fled, and the police have him under
guard to prevent him from spreading
Paul Fleischer committed! suicide in
East New York Monday by lying down
on a railroad track in front of an ap
Alexauder L. Halley, a famous Amer
ican mechanical engineer, who intro
duced the Bessemer steel process in
the United States, died in Brooklyn,
N. Y., Sunday evening.
Died for His'Overcoat,
Among the charred debris of human
ity that has been removed from the
ruins ot the King Tneatre witmn tnj
last few days were the remains of
Henry Samek, the chief ' of the claque,
who, after displaying extraordinary
gallantry in rescuing several persons
from the galleries of the house, lost his
life in the vain effort to save his over
coat I His thorough knowledge of the
ins and outs of the theatre enabled him
to enter it again and again, each time
with impunity and success, in his he
roic purpose, while the conflagration
was raging. He had just conveyed an
insensible woman from one of the lob
bies to the balcony overlooking the
Hess-Gasse, when he suddenly remem
bered that he had left his surtout hang
ing from a peg close to the exit from
the third gallery, in which part of the
house he had been seated when the fire
broke out, and forthwith resolved to
recover it. One of his subordinates en
treated him to foreeo so perilous an en
terprise, and even endeavored to keep
him back by main force. But Samek,
an extremely powerful man, shook him
off, exclaiming, "Nothing can happen to
me, for I know the house as well as l
know my own pocket," and vanished
into the smoke, never more to emerge
thence alive. Thus perished the head
purveyor of applause to the ill-fated
Ring Theatre on the scene of his night
lv labors. He died for a coat, it is true;
but not until he had proved mmseii a
hero in a better cause than that for
which he threw away his life.
Judge Brooke and tbe Kirk Prlaon-
Raleigh News and Observer.
Yanceyville. N. C Jan. 2& 18S2.
I see in your last issue you stated that
Gen. M. W. Ransom was the man that
maue application to j uage .Droons in
behalf of the Kirk prisoners (that is
correct) After Gov. Bragg, Gov. Gra
ham,. Judge Battle, Judge Merrimon
and others obtained Writs from Judge
Pearson, and the judiciary being ex
hausted and . the' officer authorized to
serve the same having been arrested
and made a prisoner by Kirk, then it
was that the above gentlemen met in
consultation with Gen. Ransom (and
others perhaps,) Gen. Ransom then ap
plied in person to Judge Brooks and
obtained the writs for the prisoners.
Judge Brooks revived the exhausted
judiciary by having said writs served
by . a United States marshal, which
caused Kirk to deliver the prisoners (of
which I was one.) I write this for the
information of those not knowing the
J. C. Griffith.
The annual report of Secretary Schaf
fer. submitted to the Iowa State Agri
cultural Society, saya the farmers in
I that State have had no such remunera
l tiua nripa for vparfi as t.hflv havfi had
in 1881. "Iowa," we are told, "feeds its
own people luxuriously, and when all
are fed sends her surplus to.themar-5
kets of the world. Her soil is fitted for
Li I J UliVVI aJ ' .
the production of grasses and cereals
which will feed 30.000.000 of people. It
will furnish fuel for machinery that
will convert the raw material of the
fields into that which will find its way
into all lands. She has the best breed
of cattle, nogs, sheep and horses. She
does not anything she cannot pay on
demand. There is no land, that has
better soil, better teopIe or better pros
pects; Iowa is a good State to live in;
and offers special inducements to im
migration, -. , ..j.,- ; , .
Felton'a Independent Platform.
New York, Feb. 1. An August
special says: "W, P. Felton, leader ol
the Independents in Georgia, opened
t.hA namnaien here to-nieht in a speech
of twa hours. He declares in favor of
ahnlirinn of the poll tax and of nationa:
banks, for unlimited currency, for gold
and silver coinage, for silver certificates,
. - . . A S A 1 - - -A.
and for ine aooniion ox we convic
system. ' ' '' ; .
Monroe, JOcIl, Sept 2f,.1876, '
sm t hn.v been taklnsr Hon Bitters for inflam
mation of klndeys and bladder. R has done for
m what four doctors failed to do. The effect of
Hop Bitters seamed like magic to me. - -
v v" W. L. CARTER.
' All the drawings will hereafter be under the ex
clusive supervision and control of OBNBBALS Q.
T. BtfAUBEGARD and JOBAL A. EARLY.
A SPLENDID OPPOETUinTY
TO WIN A FORTUNE SECOND GRAND DISTRI
BUTION, CLASS B, AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1882.
141st MONTHLY DRAWING.
Imiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 yean by Che Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
S.1? Si1-000 000-10 wWch reserve
fond of 8650,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A D. 1870.
Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the follow
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each. Hall
Tickets, One Dollar.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prtee. $30,000
1 Capital Prize. 10,000
1 Caoital Priza rJvK
2 Prtsefof $2.500 ..J.: W,o66
5 Prizes of 1.000 5 000
! 20 Prizes of
i 100 Prizes of
i 200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
lrOOO Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 $2,700
M Approximation Prizes of 200 1 800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 BOO
1857 Prizes, amounting to $ 10,400
Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid.
Ifor further Information, write clearly, giving full
address. Send orders by express or Registered
Letter, or Money Order by mail, addressed only to
M. A DAUPHIN,
, T New Orleans, La.
or M. A DAUPHIN,
127 La Salle Street, Chicago, Ills.,
The New York office Is removed to Chicago.
N. B. Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
The particular attention of the Public Is called
to the fact that the entire number of the Tickets
for each Monthly Drawing is sold, and conse
quently all the prizes in each drawing are sold and
drawn and paid.
POPTTLAK MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
In the City of Louisville, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81,
rendered the fouowlnK decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
pany is legaL
2d Its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Bead tne list oi prizes lor tne
1 Prize 830.000
1 Prize, 10,000
1 Prize, 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 500 each 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each 10,000
800 Prizes. 20 each 12,000
1000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000
fl Prl7Aii. R300 each. Arrroxim&Hon Prizes 82.70C
fl Prizes. " " " " 1.80i
9 Prizes, 100 " " " M 900
1.B60 Prizes, 8112,400
Whole Tickets. 82; Half Tickets, 81; 27 Tickets,
850; 65 Tickets, 8100.
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by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
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REMEDIES FAIL! II
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k charge nothing!!!
Write for particularsand a copy of the little book
"Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to our Standing.
Ee-$1000 REWAED will be paid to any chemist
who will find on analysis of 100 bottles of 8. 8. 8.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any Mineral suDsiance.
BWLFT SPECIFIC CO.. PrODS.
Price of Saia l Stse Si. 00
Large Size 1.76
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
VANCE & BAILEY,
AttsnsTS and Counsellors
: CHARLOTTE, N. a
Racttee in Supreme Court of the United States,
Supreme court oi worm uaronna, r wienu.
Courts, and counties of Mecklen
burg, Cabarrus, Union, Gas
ton, Rowan and Da
vidson. Office, two doors east of Indepeadenee
Square. . mar4
RO. Dv GRAHAM,
IN the State and United States Courts. CoUee
Uous, Home and Foreign, solicited. Ab
tracts of Titles. Surreys, Ad, fumiflbed for com
pensation. , . .
Otttc r N. E. Corner. Tr Trroq. streets
Charlotte, N. & 110.9.
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We wDl offer from this date
DDomestic and Imported Hosiery
In dark colors AT COST. We still have a
to be sold at a SACRIFICE. Also Shawls,
Passamantries, Cords and Tassels,
And everything in the Dress Trimming Line. Call soon and secure Bargains in many ether lines of
our various Departments.
GENERAL FEED DEALERS
M E R CHANT O
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
HftE HQ0 HAfiQ:
A FULL SUPPLY OF
WHITE AND YELLOW CORN,
PEARL GRITS, BRAN.
WILL GLADLY PTE PRICES
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE.
Respectfully soliciting a share ef your
patronage, we are respectfully,
Janl9 A J, BEALL & CO.
our ENTIRE STOCK OT
few CLOAK 3 and WALKING JACKETS
Balmoral bklrts, Blankets and Overcoats.
WE EATS A HANDSOME LINE OF
Silks, Satins, Surahs' i Morie Satins.
GIVEN TO ORDERS.
C. C. D. A.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
CHICK ERIN G & EONS,
KBANICH & BACH,
And other 1'IANO.;.
PELODBET & CO.,
AND OTnER ORGANS.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
Ask me for prices If you want uowl ii:
and you will never buy anything but Hie bctt.
Address or call on,
GREAT .GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING Or 8MAL
Ulsters purified a n d
Gangrene prevented ur.d
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured In short
Tetter dried cp.
It Is perfectly harmless.
For Bore Throat it Is ;i
Sick Rooms punned and
maqe pieasan t.
Fevered and Sine Per
sons relieved and re
freshed b y bathing
wun TopnylaUc invta
added to tt water.
Soft White Complexions
secured by its use In
Impure Air made harm
less and purifled by
To puriry the Breath. ,
Oeane the Teeth, lt'Cholera dissipated
can't be surpassed. Ship Fever prevented ty
Catarrh relieved and its use.
riirp(i i In cases of death in tne
Burns relieved Instantly.
Hears Dre vented.
house, It should always
be used about tne
corpse-it will prevent
any unpleasant smell.
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable Poison,
Dangerous effluvlas of
sick rooms and hospi
tals removed by Its ute.
Removes all unpleasant
Yellow Fever Eradicate
' tin fact it Is the great
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemlsts.'.Sole Prcprletor?.