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CHARLOTTE; N. C, TUESDAY MARCH 1, 1882.
gru i&oo&s, WLrfhivLQ, DEATH OF BISHOP LYNCH.
ARE NOW OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK
THE GOOD AND LEARNED PRE-
IATE GONE TO HIS REST.
DRESS GOODS, EECEUMP
and many other Jlnas of Goods
AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
a lot of New Fresh
We have a large line of
As good and cheap as cm be had In this market.
We will sell
ALEXANDER k HARRIS.
OF ALL GBADE3 AND
Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries,
with Insertions to match.
OF- Anovher large Instalment ol Ldles' Neck
Wear, embracing nil that Is new and desirable.
Several pieces ot Watered Silks and Satin stripe
Moire at prices that must sell them. Also Black:
Kmbroldered Brussels, Net and Beaded Lace, the
latest and most tasteful trimming out for fine
T. L. Scigle & Co.
Have received and are dally receiving
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
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to can easily be cured ; but neglect Is often
followed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
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Details of His Last Illness The Long
Death Vigil A Profession of Faith
and the Final Benediction The Re
mains, Robed in the Episcopal Vest
ment, Borne to the Cathedral -Arrangements
for the Funeral, ore.
Charleston News & Courier.
The announcement in the Sunday
News yesterday of the extreme illness
of the Right Eev. P. N. Lynch, the Ro
man Catholic Bishop of Charleston, was
followed very closely by the announce
ment at the Masses in the Catholic
Church of the death of the distinguish
ed and beloved prelate, and the sad
news was soon known throughout the
city. While it was generally known
that the Bishop had been suffering very
much from an old complaint, no fears
had been felt of a fatal termination of
the disease until a late hour on Satur
day afternoon, and hence the news of
his demise came with a shock upon a
community in which a long life of use
fulness had been passed.
In 1877 Bishop Lynch underwent a
surgical operation in Boston from
which he experienfced only temporary
relief. The troubles began to return
within a rear or two bv degrees, and
he only realized the fact that it would
eventually end bis life. His physicians
advised him to lead a quiet and more
sedentary life as the only means of pro
longing his days; but what Bishop
Lynch deemed his duties to the diocese
demanded almost constant travel' and
labor, and these duties he declined to
give up. -In December last his visita
tions to the'upper-Tsart of the State in
volved severe suffering, and upon his
return to the city, about Christmas
time, he was prostrated with an attack
which nearly resulted fatally. rom
this he never entirely recovered, al
though his indomitable will kept him
up in the discharge of his official duties
despite the encroachments of disease.
About a fortnight since he had de
termined to visit St. AugustinP, Florida,
in the hope of recruiting his health
and strength somewhat, but the visit
had to be given up at the last moment
in consequence of his sufferings. Since
then he had been gradually growing
weaker and weaker, although only
those in immediate personal contact
with him realized it. His brother, Mr.
Francis Lynch, arrived here in the
early part of last week and was with
him until the tnd.
At about 5 o'clock on Saturday after
noon the disease from which he had
been so long a sufferer culminated. He
fell into a coma, from which it was
found almost impossible to arouse him,
and his physicians, Drs. Chazal and
Geddings, were at once sent for. Upon
their arrival a surgical operation was
at once performed, but failed to afford
any relief, and all hope of prolonging
life was abandoned. The Bishop was
in a dying condition. His brother, Mr.
Francis Lvnch; the Very Rev. D. J.
Quigley, the vicar-general of the dio
cese ; the Rev. P. L. Duffy, his secretary
and confessor, and the Rev. E. Chapuis,
of the Cathedral, remained with him
all night. A day or two previous the
Bishop had received the Holy Com
munion. On Saturday afternoon he re
ceived the Holy Viaticum and Extreme
Unction, previous to which he made a
profession of faith. His words'ere as
"I have lived a member of the Holy
Catholic Church, I believed all its doc
trines and have tried to the best of my
abilities to obey her precepts. I die a
Bishop of the Holy Roman Catholic
Church, and, in dying, profess my faith
tie-Telegraph office at 11 o'clock this
morning, and has been the subject of
f;eneral comment during the day. His
oss is regarded as a public calamity,
and I have beard-nothing but the deep
est expressions of regret at , the sad
event. Father Fullerton, of St Peter's
Catholic church in this city, will go to
Charleston to attend the funeral ser
vices. - J. O.H.
Ber7egovinian2refu2ees are nocking
A Vienna dispatch reports the explo
sion of a coal mine at Leoben, in Sty
ara, and 150 lives lost.
The English Cotton Masters' Associ
ation is receiving favorable replies to
the short time proposition.
Thirtv-four farms were sold in Ire
land last Saturday for nbn-payment of
Disgusted With the West.
A letter has been received at Macon,
Ga., from a certain point in the West,
where are about one hundred colored
men who left Georgia some time ago,
lured by the brilliant but empty induce
ments of emierant- asrents, and who
have experienced enough of the hard
ships of the emigrant to beg to return.
They express great anxiety to return w
Georgia, and efforts are being made to
raise money to send them to pay their
They were omt walking; it was cold, and he was
coughing. She banded htm a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Aough syrup and said: "Here's a little thing that
I think will help you," Els cough was cured in a
The Liverpool cotton men
New York cotton men to
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hands . . ...
Through the long death vign, wnicn
laafpd nil n erht. the Bishop remainea
conscious. He spoke frequently, took
the medicines that were administered
to him, and while listening to and par
ticipating in the prayers for the dying,
which were recited at intervals during
the night, professed his entire willing
nfwa t.r nhp.v the dread summons.
At about half past 6 o'clock yester
day morning the Bishop began to sink
rapidly, and it was evident that the end
was approaching. The prayers for the
dying were repeated, and the dying
Bishop, raising his hand and making
the sign of the Cross, gave his last bene
diction to the clergymen who knelt at
his beside. . ...
Later in the morning a number of his
personal friends, including the mem-
bersoi-nis vestry anu uie owwia vi
Mercy, visited his death-bed. Although
in the throes of death he seemed to
recognize them all, and until the spirit
winged its way to its home in the skies,
with the last breath this servant of God
continued to lift his hand in benedic
tion, even after all power of utterance
had left him. At half past 10 o clock
yesterday morning the soul of a good
man had departed to rest.
After death the remains were robed
in the vestments worn by the Bishop
during his life in celebrating Pontifical
Mass, and the body .was laid in state in
the parloof the Episcopal residence on
Broad street. A telegram announcing
the death was sent to Archbishop Gib
bon at Baltimore, and to Archbishop
Corrigan. , ,
As soon as the news became known
throughout the city there was a general
expression of sorrow. The Vesper ser
vices in the various Catholic churches
aura dionenapd with, and from 2 P. m.
Tf V vWSwe-.ww - - 7 p
until long after dark a long line of per
sons of all sexes and classes, including
many of his school mates and pupils,
i thronged to the residence of the late
Bishop to take a last look at the re
At 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
remains were borne in procession, the
clergy of the Diocese arrayed in sur
plices, proceeding, and chanting the
offices and psalms, to thte Cathedral
Chapel and placed within the sanctuary,
where they will lie in state until the
conclusion of the funeral services on
Wednesday next, a guaru or noHor,
under the charge of Messrs. E. F. bwee-
gan and J. H. Devereux, will be con
tinuously in the church, which will be
open all day to-aay ana wmonuw.
The ftequiem mass w m uo tokwiowju
on Wednesday at 10 a. m., after which
the remains will be interred in the
cemetery adjoining the Cathedral,
where the remains oi uisuupa Lwyuvmo
and England now rest.
Last night invitations were sent by
telegraph to all the prelates in the pro
vince, including Archbishop Gibbons
and Bishops Keane of Bichmond, Gross
of Savannah, Moore of St Augustine,
Kane of Wheeling, Becker of Wilming
ton, Del., and Northrop of North Caro
lina, and to a number of distinguished
prelates eisewhere. Cardinal McClos
kev. who was a warm personal friend
of Bishop Lynch, has also been invited
to attend the funeral, and will probably
be here. ' ,
r THE SA1 NEWS JK COLUMBIA.
Special to the News and Courier.
rwTT.rA Feb. 26. The news Of
J Bishop Lyncb's death was bulletined at
the cotton "sanding business.
It is reported that both Germany and
Austria have given orders for the
strengthening of their eastern for
tresses. Eight persons have been indicted at
"Vienna for contributing by their negli
gence to the loss of life at the burning,
of the Eing Theatre.
Eussian officers are to be restrained
in the future from discussing questions
of state policy on their own account.
Arrangements are now in progress in
San Francisco for a grand demonstra
tion in favor of the anti-Chinese bill
now pending in Congress.
Hon. Eobert H. Pruyn, minister to
Japan under President Lincoln and a
candidate of Lieutenant-Governor in
1865, died at Albany, N. Y., Sunday.
Wm. Leet, 12 years of age, was cut
in two at Wm. Crab & Co.'s needle fac
tory at Newark, N. by a wire which
he was passing through a set of rollers.
The wholesale dry goods house of
Menken Bros., in Memphis, made an
assignment Moifday morning. Liabili
ties estimated at half a million dollars.
At Channiug Memorial church, in
Newport, It. 1., Sunday evening, Rev.
M. K. Schermerhorn lectured on civil
service reform, and announced the in
tention of starting a civil service re
form association in that city.
At the suggestion of the Secretary of
War the sovernors of-Arkansas and
Mississippi have appointed commis
sioners to receive and receipt of com
missary stores for the relief of the
flood victims in those States.
Jodack's jewelry store, in Mobile,
was entered by burglars Monday night,
and a safe robbed of $3,000 worth of
jewelry. Another safe with $50,000
worth of jewels proved too much for
them. One arrest has been made and
the police hope tu capture the gang.
Ex-Senator Sharon lost his eldest
daughter, Mrs. F. G. Newlands, of San
Francisco, about ajweek ago. She was
a brunette, slight in figure and winning
in mauner, of a retiring disposition,
shunning rather than ceveting display.
An investigation into the condition
of the two banks which recently sus
pended at Macon, Mo., shows that the
depositors will not get more than 15
per cent, of the amount of their claims.
The officers of the banks have been
threatened with personiJ violence.
Six inmates of a house of ill-fame in
Providence, E. 1., were Saturday pois
oned by arsenic put into their coffee by
the housekeeper, Dora Avery or Ilig
bee, who has escaped. Mrs. Turner, the
keeper of the house, and one of the
girls remain in a dangerous condition.
The other cases are more hopeful.
At a meeeting of the directors of the
Aucient Orderx)f Hibernians in Brook
lyn, N. Y., Sunday, it was decided not
to parade on March 17. but instead to
give a public entertainment, the pro
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efit of the needy there.
The bodies of the family swept off
by the snow-slide at Big Cottonwood,
Utah, have been recovered under forty
tons of snow. They were not frozen,
but lying naturally in bed. The hus
band, wife" and infant in one bed and
two boys and two 'girls, the eldest 11
years old, in another, it it supposed
that they were smothered instantly in
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Greensboro Bugle: Dr. J. K. Hall, Sr.,
and wife and Mr. Will Porter, leave to
night for an extended trip to Texas.
Dr. Edgar Eggert, who resides near
the city, was seriously burned yester
day, from an explosion of chemicals
which he was compounding. He added
through mistake, an ingredient which
produced the explosion.
A freight train off the track near
Ruffin, delayed the 7 5 Northern train
this morning until the hour of going to
press, 3 p. m. We are unable to learn
particulars, but hear of no personal ac
cidents. Winston Leader: Two assignments
have been made in Winston within as
many weeks. Gen. M. Rucker & Co.,
Buxton and Stephen Neal, trustees ; B.
Rose, Joe Jacobs, trustee.
Mr. John - Watson, an esteemed citi
zen of this county, and father of our
townsman, C. B. Watson, Esq., died at
his residence, near Kernersville, on
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tlie mines as ouuu as mo iuu 10 mkjlu."
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some humiliating imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells yon
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured in countenance,
or haye Eruptions, Kedness,
Roughness or unwhole some
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
Itisadellcate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints the artificiality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per-'
manent if the llaguolia Balm:
LARGEST MUSIC BOUSE
IN THE SOUTH.
Tk McSmitli Music House
CHlCKTtRING & 8OH8,
KBAN1CH 4 BACH,
SUUTHF UN GUM
And other PIANOS.
mason & hamltn,
tKLPUBET & GO.,
AND OTHKB 0R8AIW.
THE ONLY HOUSE THAT SELLS STRICTLY
Ask mn for nrtees If T0U want KOOd WOlk
and you will never buy anything but the best.
Address or call on,
GENERAL FEED DEALERS
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
HAVE HOW OH HAHG:
A FCLL SUPPLY OF
WHITE AND YELLOW COBN,
PEARL GBITS, BRAN,
WILL GLADLY- QUOTE PKCES
Telephones ! Telephones !
THE. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
" AND .
American Bell Telephone Company
For suppljlng Teiepnone VfKrOi
Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
aind TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
bfleod8m 105 Broadway, New Yorlt
BOTH THE WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE.
Hartag removed t the M'Ke?"
patronage, we are refectfully,
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