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An Important dis
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cive their linen
that beautiful fin
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MANTELS and GRATES
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Particular attention paid to
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T HAVE Just Received a shipment of Cotton Seed
X Meal from the cnarieston m Mills. A Valua
ble food for stock as well as a fine Fertilizer. An
alysis shows 41 against 23 for Peas in flesh pro
ducing, and 77 against 60 for fat properties. Will
sell the Meal at a very low prices, considering Its
value. i, G. SHANJNUJNUUUBJi, Agent.
FARM FOR SALE.
I Will sell my farm, containing 1 27 acres, lying
four miles north of Charlotte, cheap to a bona
fide purcnaser. un tne premises is a good dwell
ing with five rooms, good well, bam and other out
hniiriinM. and nine acres In choice fruit trees.
The land is adapted to cotton, corn, wheat, oats,
kc. , and some fine specimens of gold ore have
been picked ud on It
ADoiTtomeatHuntersville, or to my sons on
the plantation. 8. G. HUNTKB,
f fg3 Glasses
lje Charlotte ffifocrotc
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1882.
Greensboro . Bugler: Superior Court
is in session. There are thirty-seven
cases on the State docket; but nothing
of a more serious nature than usually
found upon this docket such as assault
and battery, larceny, .bastardy, misde
On the ci,vil docket there is 176 cases.
The Richmond and Danville railroad
has promised Dr. Benbow to bring a
lot of cotton seed free of transporta
tion, in order to place them in the reach
of all. This road is very liberal to our
farmers. Dr. Benbow will sell them
out at cost.
Goldsboro Messenger: Mr. John
Robinson was stricken with paralysis
one night last week. His condition is
very feeble but we learn hopeful.
-Durham Plant : The lightning killed
a fine cow at Mrs. Gilley Glenn's, down
on Eleby creek, Wednesday morning,
the 1st day of March.
Interview with Guiteau The Prisoner
and his Visitors A Business Office
Washington, March 5. Through
the courtesy of General Crocker, war
den of the jail, a representative of the
Sun was admitted to Guiteau's cell on
Sunday. - The prisoner has improved in
appearance remarkably since his trial.
His complexion is clear, and shows the
glow of health and good living without
excess. While upon close view there is
a peculiarity in the expression of Gui
teau's eye, it is not sufficiently notice
able to attract attention under ordinary
circumstances. He wears a new suit
dark clothing, fresh linen, and a wide
brimmed soft hat, keeping the latter
constantly upon his head, even in the
presence of lady visitors. Two cells
are at his disposal, one of which he uses
as an office and the other as a sleeping
apartment. The office is furnished with
several chairs, a desk and writing ma
terials. The prisoner said he was well
treated by everybody. He had numer
ous visitors, irom whom he realized
$25 to $30 per day by the sale of auto-
praphs and photographs. Me exhibited
four pictures in different positions,
recently taken, saying he preferred
those in which the face was turned to
the side. These give the countenance
an expression of severity not natural to
it. The proceeds of this traffic afford
him the means of supplying various
comforts and the daily newspapers.
Judging by the testimony on his trial
of the shirts he has employed to gelj
along in the past, he is in easier circum
stance now than he has been for a
long while. He reads pretty much all
that is published about himself, ana is
very fond or fruit and buys a great deal
of it. He disapproves of Mrs. Scoville s
letter to Mrs. Garfield and President
Arthur, and has notified her not to
write any more letters in his behalf.
In reference to his prospects, Guiteau
said confidently: "We expect relief
from the court in banc. I have retained
Gen. B. F. Butler and Judge Merrick,
of Maryland, as counsel, and will se
cure a new trial." He hoped Mr. Conk-
ling would accept the seat on the Su
preme Bench for the good of the coun
try. Guiteau is anxious to have a new
book published, which will contain a
revision of his work on the Bible, a
sketch of his life and an abstract of the
trial. He is desirous that a Baltimore
house should publish it, and ssys he -is
losing 50 a day while it remains
printed. At parting the prisoner said :
1 will give you a sentiment, and he
wrote on a slip of paper the words, "The
republican party wrecked by Garneid,
saved by Guiteau's inspiration and Ar
thur's statesmanship. Tell the readers
of the Sun that I am well and happy,
and have no apprehensions of any other
condition either here or hereafter." His
manner is entirely free from anything
that would indicate that he did not feel
as he spoke. He replies to all interro
gations with promptness and decision,
and speaks freely upon any topic intro
duced. When visitors appear at the
door of his cell he invites them to en
ter, encouraging the timid with the as
surance that he will not hurt them. He
displays the air of a busy man of affairs,
much .in earnest and entirely sane, en
tertaining visitors as would become a
man in the position of a host perfectly
Closing Scene m the Walking Match.
The walking match in New York
was conciuaea tsaturaay nignt witn a
score of 600 miles for .Hazael, 577 for
Fitzgerald, 555 for Noremac, 542 miles
and 2 laps for Hart, 532 for Huges, and
525 for Sullivan. An offer was made
by Hazael's backer shortly after eight
o clock Saturday morning to bet $5,000
that his man would make 625 miles,
but as it was not taken it was decided
he should stop at 600. It is thought he
could have made the additional 25 miles
without great effort. Temperance ad
vocates will be elad to hear that the
winner of the great race did not take a
drop of liquor during the week. Ha
zael, between the hours of two and
three o clock Saturday afternoon, ran
eight miles all but twanty yards, and
this after he had only a few hours
previously made the unprecedented
score of 107 miles for the fifth day.
Poor Hughes was taken into the fold of
525-mile men at twenty-three minutes
past three o clock. Everybody in the
garden was heartily glad of it. He
made the last lap or nis 524m mue in
his old jog trot, and those near the
score board appiauaea nim louaiy.
When 525 went up on the big score
board opposite his name everybody had
a chance to cheer, and did so.
In the evening, alter a spurt, Hughes
and Hart shook hands, as an indication
that tfteir feud was ended. Hazael
trotted his last mile accompanied by
Fitzgerald, the band playing 'Patience,'
and then "They are jolly good fellows."
The champion s whip was presented by
"Pop Whittaker, tne orator 01 tne
arena. ne nanaie 01 tne wnip is 01
yellow gold, on which, in yellow Cali
fornia gold, is a figure in pedestrian cos
tume and carrying a whip. Below this
is a figure of the American eagle in
relief, supporting a wreath of laurel
leaves in green gold, which ntwines
the handle and incloses the inscription.
Below this is a band of gold encircling
American gems, including a blue tour -
maiine irom mame, a icu jaaiim uum
, . o - ,3 ' ' LU X
Arizona, a green hiddenite and a black
ruti le from North Carolina. The but
of the whip is surmounted by a cap of
precious stones, joining tne national
colors. As already stated, the score of
582 miles made by Fitzgerald in Decem
ber, 1881, was the best up to this race.
In addition to the challenge issued by
Mr. Theodore Davis to back an un
known, Hazael has received several
more challenges, one from Richard K.
Fox, offering to back Hughes, and one
on behalf of an unknown, supposed to
be Howell. F itzgerald is also said to
desire another trial. The receipts of
the walk were about $46,000, leaving
after deducting expenses about $30,000
to be divided among the six walkers
The total attendance was probably 50,-
I had severe attacks of gravel and kidney trouble ;
was unable to get any medicine lor doctor to cure
me until I used Hop Bitters, and they cured meJn
a short time. A distinguished lawyer of Wayne
county, N. X. : :
' Colorless) svnd Cold.
A vonng girl deeply regretted that she was: so
colorless and cold. Her face was too white, and
Sands and feet as though the blood did not
circulate. After one dobjjj; jww"B
men taken sne whs uk luansi ouu uowuu (i
tothe Mtown. rfth a vivacity and cheerfulness, of
mind, gratifying to her friends. .
' Thanksgiving services were "held in
most of the- churches in England: Sun
daytfori tbe Queen's escape from an: as-:
sassinfe bullet. . Special prayers were
offered in the Jewish' synagogues, and
at the Catholic eathedral in Kensing
ton for the Queen's preservation. -
Andrew Jackson's t irthday ! (March
15) will be celebrated by the Iroquois
Club of Chicago with a grand banquet
at the Palmer House. Senator Lamar,
Col. W.F.Vilas, of Wisconsin, W. O.
P. Breckenridge, of Kentucky, ex-Governor
Palmer, Thos. A. Hendricks, Gen.
Black, Frank Hurd, of Ohio, Senator
Pendleton, ex-Senator Thunnan, Jere
Black and Henry Watterson have ac
cepted invitations. Letters to be read
have been received from ex-Gov. Sey
mour, Samuel J. Tilden and Senator
The Utah Legislature has adopted
a resolution calling a convention for
April 10 to frame a constitution
and take steps for the admission of
Utah as a State.
. Arrangements are being made at
Hong Kong to ship from 5,000 to 10,000
coolies to Portland, Oregon, before the
anti-Chinese bill, if passed by Congress,
can take effect.
Ephraim Kines, who was indicted
five years ago for illicit . distilling in
West Virginia, was captured last week
by Deputy Marshal Hagerty, near the
Joshua R. Serfash, a lawyer and
prominent politician, was arrested at
Easton, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, on
the charge or having corruptly procur
ed the vote of a colored man at the
last presidential election.
Gov. Hoyt, of Pennsylvania, Hon.
Thos. F. Bayard, Senator Vance, of
North Carolina, and many other distin
guished gentlemen, were present at the
opening of the Commonwealth Club in
in Philadelphia last Saturday even
ing. P. H. McCracken, formerly a citizen
of Michigan, was arrested at his resi
dence in Chesterfield county, Va., Sat
urday, charged with the embezzlement
of $1,000 of the funds of the town of
Bradford, Michigan, of which he was
at one time supervisor. He was re
manded to await a requisition.
Charles F. Jube, 27 years of age, com
mitted suicide on last Fridav in New-
York, at Dr. David F. Thompson's,
where he had recently rented a room
His father is a man of wealth residing
in Newark, N. J. The son had been re
garded as eccentric for several years,
He left a note saying that he wa3 tired
mi Tl Tv ail
xne rnuaaeipnia committee 01 one
hundred have discovered frauds which
occurred in the November election in
the fifteenth division of twenty-sixth
ward. Warrants were issued for the
arrest of the judge and inspectors of
the division, but they have fled. The
committee now offers a reward of $500
for their apprehension.
Statistics of the American Presidents.
Christian at Work.
We have had twenty-one Presidents
elected from the following State?
Virginia, 5 Washington, Jefferson,
Maaison, Monroe ana Tyler.
New York, 3 Van Buren, Fillmore
Ohio, 3 Harrison, Hayes and Gar
Tennessee, 3 Jackson, Johnson and
Massachusetts, 2 John Adams and
John Qumcy Adams.
Pennsylvania, 1 Buchanan.
- New Hampshire, l Pierce.
Mississippi, 1 Taylor.
Illinois, 2 Lincoln and Grant.
In politics as follows :
National. 1 Washington.
Federalist, 2 John Adams and John
Whigs, 3 Harrison, Taylor and Fill
Republican, 5 Lincoln, Grant.Hayes,
uarneia and Artnur.
Democrats, 10 Jefferson, Madison,
Monroe, Jackson, Van Buren, Tyler,
Polk, Pierce, liuchanan and Johnson
Nine have served as generals in the
army Washington, Jackson, Pierce,
Taylor, Grant, Harrison, Hayes, and
jjincoin was me nrsr. tnat grew a
Grant was the first that grew a mus
Four were eminent lawyers Van
tfuren, uimore, .Buchanan and Lin
Four were elected as Vice-President
and served as President Tyler, Fill
more, Johnson ana Arthur.
Six were nominated as compromise
candidates, as a matter of expediency.
vulgarly called the "dark horse" Har
rison, Polk. Taylor, Pierce, Hayes and
Garfield. Tyler, Fillmore, Johnson and
Arthur, were not "dark horses in con
ventions, but were placed on the tick
ets as available candidates after the
"dark horses had been nominated.
In religious sentiment:
Episcopal, 6 Washington, Madison,
Tyler, Taylor, Arthur and Monroe.
Presbyterian, 6 Jackson, Harrison
Polk, Pierce, Buchanan and Johnson.
Methodist, 2 Grant and Hayes.
Unitarian, 3 John Adams and John
Quincy Adams, and Fillmore.
Reformed Dutch, 1 Martin Van
Christian, 1 Garfield.
Not attached to any church, 2 Jef
ferson and Lincoln.
Four were eminent as orators J. Q
Adams, Van Buren, Lincoln and Gar
Six were reared in poverty Jackson
Fillmore, Buchanan, Lincoln, Johnson
Less Cotton to he Planted.
In regard to the crop outlook in Ala
bama the Montgomery Advertiser says
two reasons point to a diminished cot
ton acreage. The merchants suffered
severely last year and are less disposed
to advance on crop liens without addi
tional security. This a large portion of
the tenant population are unable to
give. Jhey will be compeneo 10 cue
down their farming operations to a
minimum. In the second place, there
is a large, increase in the acreage de
voted to small grain. Everywhere oats
have been sown to an unprecedented
extent. There will be less use 01 arti
ficial fertilizers, which will also tend to
reduce cotton nroduction. Labor is
1 plentiful, and the use or improved
T t 11
1 implements is growing xoau
it system is declining, and farmers wil
ue in a uetter nnanciax wuuiuuu uw
fall than last year.
Sherman and Grant.
r.hicaro Times soecial : Sherman, i
is said, is verv uneasv at the prospect of
Gen. Grant's being placed upon the re
tired list Sherman is still in his prime
and has not yet given up the jdea that
his country may, before his death, have
some kind of a war. He is an ardent
admirer of Blaine and of his American
policy. Itis not impossible, he has
: 1 . - , - r- ni
arguea to nimseir, tnat Mr. juaine may
come to the front in 1884, and then he
has an idea that be would not care to
have Grant upon the retired list, where
a President would have the authority,
in an emergency, to place him upon the
active list, At any rate, it is under
stood that Gen. Sherman looks with a
jealous eve UDen Gen. Grant s reinstate
ment in the armv. and is quietly work
ing in the House for the defeat of the
It U the Height of Folli to wait until you are
in oep with - disease you may not get over for
months, when-yon ean be cured during the early
symptoms by Parker's etnger Toole. We have
knowQtbe sickliest families made the healthiest
w a uuttuy use 01 wis pore meaiane. Observer.
The "Tilden Boom" a Booming. I
He York Advance, ' " '
Mr. James C. Jackson, a . prominent
awver and Democrat of Canandaieua.
IJew York, was in this city a few, days
since, and being interviewed,.expressed
himself very strongly in favor - or the
nomination and election of Mr. Tilden
or President in 1884. -He
said the fraud of 1876 could be
condoned by the people in no other
way. That Mr. Tilden more tfulv rep
resented the principles of Democracy
as taught by Jefferson, than any other
man of the present time. That he was
the man above all others that could
surelv lead the party to victory, and
who had the courage and ability to
brine about ref arm in national affairs.
Mr. Jackson said he spoke but the sent
iment of a large majority of the rural
An Extra Session Convened.
"RTOTTMO-Nm. March 7. Th rfiomlor
session of the General Assembly came
to a close last night, and in each house
a proclamation of the Governor con
vfininer the General Assflmhlvin PTfra
session at noon to-day was read.
Attendants on the Sick.
should frequently rub a few drops of Darbys Pro
phylactic Fluid on their face and hands, especially
when nursing those sick with Infectious diseases.
Articles used on or about the sick should be disin
fected and the atmosphere of the sick room puri
fied and vitalized by using the Fluid. Its effect is
marvelous In checking the. speed of contagious
CATABBH OF THE BLADDER.
Stinging, smirtlntr. Irritation of the urinary Das-
sages, diseased discharges, cured by BuchuDaiba.
Druggists. Depot J. H. McAden, Charlotte.
LIQUID FOOD, Roberts' Extract of Malt and
Meat, recommended by Dr. J. Marlon Sims.
of New York. Sold by WILSON & BOBWELU
N Store some fine French Brandy. Guaranteed
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FOUR AND FIVE
ROW English Tooth Brushes of the best Quality.
WILSON & BUB WELL,
T7SSENCE of Jamaica Ginger. A fresh arrival
ai WILSON & BUK WELL'S
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From Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A new water re-
semDiing tne imported vicny. Hecommended
as an antacid; cures dyspepsia, aids diges
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CASES CONGRESS WATER,
I Q CASES ROCK BRIDGE ALUM,
-JQ CASES BUFFALO LITHIA.
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THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT.
AS A CATHARTIC:
Dos: A wine glass full before breakfast.
The Lancet "Hunyiidl Janos. Baron Lleblg af
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that of all other known waters."
The British Medical Journal' 'Hunyadl Janos.
The most agreeable, safest, and most efficacious
Proy. Vurchcm, Berlin. "Invariably good and
prompt success; most valuable."
Prof. Bamberger, Vienna "I have prescribed
these writers with remarkable success."
Prof. Scamoni, Wurszburg. I prescribe none
Prof. Lander Brunton, M. D., K R 8., London.
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them In efficacy."
Prof. Atken, M. D F. R. 8., Royal Military Hos
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Importing and Dispensing Pharmacist
North Tryon St,
CHARLOTTE, N. C
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A DESIRABLE residence, three blocks from the
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residence of a lawyer, doctor or preacner, naving
an aamiraoie uorary or siuay room, duhi ior me
purpose. For furthsr particulars, price, terms,
etc. apply at THIS OFFICE.
City Lot for Sale Cheap.
TBS Lot on the corner of Ninth street and the
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North Carolioa Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date. February 19th, 1882 No 51 No. 53
Leave Charlotte, a r6 a in b 5u p ui
" Salisbury 5.51 a m 8 51pm
" High Point , 7.20 a m 10.44 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8iK)am 1 1.20 p in
Leave wreensboro, 8.25 am
'Arrive Hillsboro, 11.04am
Arrive Durham, 1 1 .48 a m
An ive Raleigh, I.l5pru
Leave Raleigh, 1.40 pm
An ive tioldsloro, 4 20pru
No. 17 Dally except Saturdvy,
Leave Greensboro ft 00 p m
Arrive at Raleigh 3.04 a m
Arrive at Goldsboro,.. 8.00 a m
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro' with R&D.
R. R. tor all points North, East and West, via Dan
ville. At Goldsboro with W. & W. R. R. for Wil
mington. No. 53 Connects at Sails !ury with W. N. C. R.
R. for all points in Western North Cdrolina; daily
at Greensboro with B. Sc D. H R. lor aJ points
North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, February 19th, 1882 No. 50 No.52
Leave Goldsboro, 1 0 20 a m
Arrive Raleigh, 12.40 p ni
Leave Haleigh, . . 4 10pm
Arrive Durnam, 5 23 p m
Arrive Hillsboro, H07pni.:
Arrive Greensboro 8.50 pm
Leave Greensboro RlOpni 7 25 a m
Arrive High Point, 9.4-1 pm 8 06am
Arrtve Salisbury 1 1 .03 p m 9 28 a m
Arrive Charlotte 12 60 a m 11.20 a m
No. 18 Daily except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro,.. 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleigh, . .7. 1 0 p m
Leave Raleigh .5.00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2.20 pm
No. BO-Cofineets at Charlotte with A. C. Air-
Line for all points in the South and Southwest
and with C, C. S A. R. R. for all points South and
No. 62 Connects at Charlotte with A. & C Air-
Line for all points South and Southwest: at Char
lotte with C, C. & A. R. R. for all points South and
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro 9.20 p m
Arrive Kernersville lO.btt p m
Arrive saiem 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 8.30 a m
Anive Kernersville 9.41 a m
Arrive Salem..... 10.15am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Salem. 5.1 5 a m
Arrive Kernersville 5.50 am
Arrtve Greensboro 7.00 a m
Leave Salem fi.00 p m
Arrive Kernersville ; 6.40 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8.00 p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD,
Leave Chapel Hill,
7.80 a m
8.20 a m
1015 a m
Leave Rale Ueh, ...
Arrive Chapel Hill,
3 80 p m
5. 1 5 p m
6.15 p m
FoMan SIet Cars Without ikn
On Train No. 50, New York and Atlanta via Wash
lngton and Danville, and between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
BT-Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleieh, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest West, North
and nast. r or emigrant Kates 10 ixmisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
feb28 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
On and after February 26th, the passenger train
service on me. Auanta s unanotte Air-Line Mvi
slon will be as follows:
Mall i and
Rabun Gap Junction,
4 54p m
5.26 p m
6 22 P m
7.06 P m
8.24 p m
10.08 p m
5.00 a m
1.25 P m
5 10 pm
0.00 p m
Arrive Spartan burg, ......
Arrive Green vrlle,
5.82 a m
8.28 a m
9.82 a m
Arrive Ra un Gap Junction,
Arrive Q Hie.
. General Passenger and Ticket Agent
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- General Manager.
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EXTRA FINE TEA SETTS, gold, bird and flower
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m WHOLESALE and RETAIL. J3
J. Brookfield k Co,
THE Beer Bottling business heretofore conduct
ed in Charlotte by Cochrane & Munzler nai
been this day d ssolved by mutual consent
W. R. COCHRANE,
February 9, 1882. F. C. MUNZLKK.
HAVING bought nut th Interest of Mr. W. K.
Cochrane in the Beer Bottling business, I will here
after canduct the business, as agent for the Berg
ner & Eugel Company, in Charlotte, and while r
turning tnanks for past patronage, respecuutiy
solicit iavors in tne ituure.
F. C. MUNZLER.
400 TONS HIGH GRADE
Containing 12 to 18 per cent Soluble Phorhorlc
Acid, Analysis Guaranteed.
WARRANTED GENUINE, -i
8pecial Inducements to dealers and large buy rs.
CIIAS. E. SMITH,
Wholesale Dealer la Guano and Commission
Merchant WLmlngton, N. C.
F)UR Room House with kitchen and well of
water In yard, also, large garden, on kortn
Church street Apply to C HILKIU
mar4 8t .
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE sew and commodious residence
built bf H. T. Butler, on Tryon street, Hjjjl
gst beyond the track of the Ll.itt R. J"
Co. Good Dargain. Applyl QLOfBU
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