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FUNERAL OF JESSE JAMES.
Arrival of the Remains at Kearney,
Mo. Opening of the Casket View
ing the Body The Ford Brothers
and the Murder of Ilite.
' St. Louis. ADril 6. A disnatch from
Kearney, Mo., near which town is the
home of Mrs, Samuels, the mother of
Jesse. James, says the train bearing the
remains of the once dreaded bandit ar
rived at that place about 1 o'clock this
Quite a number of people were at the
depot. Mrs. Samuels could not restrain
her feelings, and talked a good deal
about the manner in which her son had
been killed. To a reporter present she
: J . aT !i i a j
aiu : i-Kuew it naa to come, out my
dear boy Jesse is better off in heaven
to-day than he would be with us here.'
Friends nocked around, and each was
greeted by name by Mrs. Samuels with
a wora about ine trouble.
The party went directly to Kearney
Hotel where Dr. Samuels met them.
The body was taken to his office where
the casket was opened. The crowd was.
admitted co iook. .
Mrs. Samuels and Jesse's widow en
tered with the children at 2 A. m. The
scene was terrible. There were shrieks
and moans and curses, and Luther
James, Johnny Mims Dr. Samuels and
friends tried to get the old lady away
from the body, but before she and Mrs.
James got to bed all the friends present
had looked at the remains and identifi
ed them as those of Jesse James.
Sam Kaufman, a noted desperado,
and party arrived this morning and
viewed the remains. He was tele
graphed to come by Luther James,
cousin of the dead man.
The funeral party left the hotel at 2.
10 p. m. First came the wagon with
the corpse, and next the family and
then mounted officers. The last wagon
contained the reporters. An immense
crowd on horseback and on foot and in
The pall-bearers were Sheriff Tim
berlake, Deputy Reed, Charley Scott,
J. B Henderson, J. D. Ford, Ben Flan
ders and James Vaughan. On" the hill
round tne church a large crowd was
At the door the Rev. Mr. Martin, of
the Baptist church, met the mourners
and asked Mrs. Samuels if she objected
to Brother Jones assisting in the ser
vice. She said Bhe did not.
After the bod v was carried into the
church the services began with the
hymn, " What a f riend I have iu Jesus."
The Rev. Mr. Jones followed in prayer,
after which the hymn, "Where shall
rest be found," was sunp. The Rev.
Mr. Martin followed with the funeral
The procession started for the farm
in the same order in which it went to
the church. It was "followed by an ini
Capt. Ford, brother of Bob and Char
ley, was in St. Joseph, Mo., to-day, .ac
companied by an attorney, and had an
interview with his brothers in jail.
The body of Wood Ilite has been
found near Richmond, and an inquest is
now being held, 1 has been understood
that Dick Leddell killed Hite, but it is
believed that Bob Ford was also con
cerned in the murder. Hite, after be
ing shot, was buried by Bob Ford and
Dick Leddell near the Ford farm. Both
men will probably be arrested.
The New Cabinet OfficersThe Politi
cal Significance of the Nominations.
Henry M. Teller, of Colorado, who
succeeds Samuel J. Kirk wood as Secre
tary of the Interior, was born in Alle
ghany county, New York, May 23. 1830.
He studed law at Binghampton, N. Y.,
being admitted to the bar in 1854. and
and settled at Morrison, 111., 1868. In
1861 he removed to Colorado, settling
in Central City, where be soon built up
a large practice and acquired reputation
as one of the best lawyers in the State.
When Colorado was admitted as a State
in 1876. Mr. Teller and Jerome B. Chaf
fee were elected as the first Senators of
the new-State. Mr. Teller drew the
short term, but was re-elected to serve
from March, 1877, to March, 1884. He
has acquired a very fair position in the
Senate, serving as chairman of the com
mittee on civil service and as a member
of the committees on claims, railroads,
judiciary, and chairman of the commit
tee on pensions. He was also chairman
ot the select committee appointed in
1878 to investigate alleged election out
rages in the Southern States,
William E, Chandler, who is nomi
nated to succeed William H. Hunt as
Secretary of the Navy was born at Con
cord, N. H., December 28, 18S5. He
graduated at Harvard Law School in
1855, and in 1859 was appointed law re
porter of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire, and published five volumes
of reports. In 1802 he was elected a
member of the New Hampshire Legis
lature, being re-elected in 1863 and 1864,
and becanfe Speaker of the House dur
ing the latter years. In 1864 he was
appointed special counsel to prosecute
the Philadelphia navy yard frauds, and
in 1865 was made First Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury, holding the posi
tion until 1867. Mr. Chandler has been
one of the most active politicians in the
country, taking a prominent part in the
contesfover the disputed electoral votes
in 1876, and in the famous cipher dis
patch inquiry in 1878 and 1879. He
headed the Blaine delegation from New
Hampshire to the Republican National
Convention in 1880, and in 1881 was ap
pointed solicitor-general by the Presi
dent, at Mr. Blaine's request, but -was
rejected by the Senate. Since then Mr.
Chandler has become reconciled with
the Btalwart wing of his partyt and his
present appointment to the cabinet is
supposed to have been made with the
intention of securing his powerful in
fluence in New Hampshire against his
former chief i Mr. Blaine.
Mr .Worthington, nominated for coir
lector of the port of Boston, is the prin
cipal proprietor of the Boston Travel
ler and a staunch personal friend of
General Butler. Mr. Knox, the comp
troller of currency, who has been in
office for ten years, is renominated for
another term oi nve years, auuougn
there were several other patriots who
thought they could receipt for $5,000
per annum as gracefully as he does.
The nomination of Secretary Hunt for
minister to R,uss,ia is not, it is under
stood, very acceptable to him, but he
will take the place in lieu of something
better. He preferred, first, to stay
where he is, and next to have some,
good thing here, but the President
thought he ought to be satisfied to take
what he could get. The difficulty of
providing for him has delayed the send-fno-
in of the cabinet nominations. Mr.
Lincoln is now the only one of Presi
dent Garfield's cabinet left, and it is
generally unoerstoou uo o m u
main. The nomination of Mr. Chand
ler for Secretary of the Navy was re
ferred to the committee on naval affairs,
of which' Don Cameron is chairman,
and through whose efforts Mr. Chand
ler, .when dominated last spring, by
President Garfield for solicitor-general,
was rejected.- Itr is not believed hat
Don will make ;any -particular effort
against Mr. Chandler now, as it would
antagonize him with the administra
tion, and his opposition last spring was
mainly td oblige ni? brother-in-law, Mr
McV$agh,"the then Attorney-General.
mere win unaouoteaiy oe opposition to
Mr. Chandler, but' the best informed
think there is no reason to doubt his
confirmation. The solid Democratic
vote was cast against him for solicitor
general, but it is likely to be divided
now, ana very rew, lr any, Republicans
wm vote against mm. it has ueen
rumored here for some time that Mr.
Chandler and Mr. Blaine, who.for.so
long were the warmest of friends, had
fallen out. Dat those who saw Mr.
Chandler enter Mr. Blaine's house this
afternoon think Ihere must be some
mistake about the turrfbrs. Mr. Chand
ler is a shrewd politician, and he will
work the navy department for all it is
worth for his party.
Wilmington Star ! Street improvements
are the order or. tne aay.
One Joshua Robijon, colored, employ
ed in the steam mill of Joseph F. But
ler, of Sidney, Cojumbus county, got
his right hand cutoff ty the saw,, on
Wednesday morning last, 'while cross
ing the saw frame. .
Applied to the nolice for lodelncr
during the month of March: 24 white
remaies and 57 white females and chil
dren; Ten places of business were found
opend or unfastened by the police d u-
nng tne montn. , -, ,
The fines collected during the montn
amounted to $23.50.' -
Raleisrh News and Observer: Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Barron have gone to Balti
more, to make it their future residence.
Twenty convicts-will to-day be sent
from the Penitentiary to the Ducktown
branch of the Western. North Carolina
Gov. Holden's condition continued to
improve yesterday and at alate hour last
night there was no abatement in the
gain. It is his right side that is para
The following North Carolinians
graduated in-medicine at Jeffersdn Col.
lege, Pi.iladrlphia, last week: T. J. I
Costnerj II. B. Jurgerson, J. B. Gunter
George J. Uobiasmi,! J. It. Strickland
a.. It. Wilson, A. P. Keever.-
Therr is it dispute about the boundary
line between Wake and Johnston coun
ties. The county counnibsioners have
appointed Mr. John W Smith to repre
sent Wake as a c )mmisr;i'Mier, and to
confer in I he matter with the party who
may be app luted by the Johnston
Spirit of the South; Mrs. Mi Lilian, a
very aj;eu lady, deimrttd this lite in
Great Falls village oh 1st inst.
The yarn spun art "Midway" cotton
mills is said to be very superior, and
meets with ready sale at remunerative
S -venty shares of stock in the Great
Falls Manufacturing Co. of this place
were sold at auction in Wilmimgton on
Thursday last, and brought 8105, the
par value being $100.
Died in this town, on the 6th inst,
after a short illness of inflammation of
the stomach and bowel, John Wesley
Dawkins, aged about 45 years.
Statesville Landmark: Mr. Wm. F.
Summers died last Sunday afternoon,
after a protracted sickness, at the resi
dence of his brother, Mr. P. B. Summers
in Cool Spring township.
A supposed incendiary fire was dis
covered in Prof. A. Leazais academy,
at Mooresviille, last Sunday evening
about dark. The citizens soon assem
bled and the fire was extinguished
before much harm had been done.
There are a number of cases of pneu
monia on Third creek, in Concord and
Shiloh townships. J. M. Alexander,
Esq., one of our county commissioners,
is, we regret to' learn, very sick. Sev
eral membirs of the family of II. C,
Summers, Esq., are lying, ill with the
same disease. -
Never Saw a Colored Man.
A Philadelphia exchange says that
most of the Jewish refugees arriving in
this country never saw a colored man
until they landed.
"What's the matter with those men ?"
asked one of the refugees of a commit
teeman in Philadelphia.
"Nothing," was the answer.
"Ain't they sick?"
"Well, what makes them so black ?"
"They are negroes."
The fo.eigner shook his head and
proceeded to examine the colored men
closer. A crowd soon gathered around
and enjoyed the sight immensely. Some
of them shook hands with the Africans,
but the most of them refused and
shrunk when the dusky hands were of
fered them. The children and some of
the women ran in alarm when the col
ored men approached them. The
youngsters clung in terror to the skirts
of their mothers.while the adult females
were not so certain but that the darkies
were sent into the room to scare them
or eat them up. The young colored
men enjoyed the sport themselves, and
tried to talk gibberish to the exiles.
A More Cheerful Look at Morgan City.
New Orleans, April a A special
dated yesterday from Moigan City to
the Times-Democrat says: The out
look is regarded as more cheerful. The
water has risen only two inches in the
past 23 hours. It slacked up at about
2 p. m., and there was no rise after that
hour. The gauge now stands 27
inches above the flood of 1874.
Another Dynamite Mine Discovered.
Berlin, April 8. Another dynamite
mine was discovered beneath Nicholai
Railway at the fourth station from
Moseow. Many persons were arrested
on suspicion of being implicated in the
Death of Hon. Thos. Allen.
Washington, April 8. Representa?
tive Thomas Allen, of Missouri; who!
has been ill at the Arlington Hotel for
several weeks, died at a o'clock this
Treat You Teetb
Bather tnan have tnem polled. Let your dentist
save all ne can. Yon deserve to nave trouble, be
cause yoa have -not used; 80Z0DONT. When
properly fixed, then rob on the 80&0DONT, and
keep tnem all rlnt for time to come.
,. . .
BCDSOBD ALT A IBQR StXIItQa WATXB AHD
MASL'-rThe. great tonic and alterative contains
twice n much iron and Ofty tr eenc more alnm-
unum tnan any "alum and iron mass" known.
just the tning tor we- -spring wearaess" now to
general.. Sold by all druggists - of any standing
Prteesredoced one naif. .
may 11 tf
A Practlow' Teal
Marion, a a, March 15th, 1880.
- H. H. Warner. Co:. Blrs I have, been trying
some of your Safe Kidney and Liver Com in my
practice, and find It to act like a charm. :
P ' N. C. MURPHY, M. P.
; Stem $,&vtttiBzmzviis:
, From Andrew's American Queen. -
QUEEN OF SHEfi&'S BEAUTY
WAS BUT SKIN DEEP.
. The renowned Qaeeh of Sheba, with &u tier royal
pomp, magnificent apparel, and brilliant retinue,
would never have appeared within the presence of
the grandest of the monarch s of the past, had she
not also possessed, that which It is the crowning
glory of the fema'e person a skin nnchaflepged
for its Oriental softness and Its almost transcen
dental purity. Cleopatra holding emperors, at
bay, and ruling empires by her word, had quickly
lost her charm and power by one attack of blotches
or of pimples, or of horrid tan and freckles.
WOMAN BULBS THS WORLD
by her beauty, not less than by her purity of char
acter, loveliness of disposition and unselfish de
votion. Indeed, In the estimation of perhaps too
many men beauty lu a body takes precedence over
every other consideration. Beauty thus forms an
important part of woman's "working capital,"
without which too many, (if not bankrupts in what
relates to influence within the circle where they
move.) are powerless for great good. Hence we
see not only the propriety but the duty of every
lady preserving with zealous care that which to
her is essential to success, and Influence, and use
fulness in life. And, since "beauty is but skin
deep," the utmost care and vigilance are required
to guard it against the many ills that flesh is heir
to. - Among the great and annojlng enemies of
OF EITHER SKX,
as well as of comfort; happiness and health, are
those pesUferous and horrid skin disease tetters,
humors, eczema, (salt rheum,) rough and scaly
eruptions, ulcers, pimples, and all diseases of the
hair and scalp. For the cure of all these, Dr.- C
W. Benson, of Baltimore, after years of patient
study and investigation devoted to diseases of the
skin, at last brought forth his celebrated SKIN
CURE, which has already by Its marvelous cures,
established itself as the great remedy for alt dis
eases of the skin, whatever be their names or
character. Its success h -s been Immense and un
paralleled. All druggists bave it. It is elegant y
put up, two bottles In one package. Internal nnd
external treatment. Price Ssl.OO.
EVEBY ONE PRAISES.
Sick headache, nervous headache, ne iral.la,
nervousness, psralHs, d.cpepsla, sleeplessness
ar brain disea es. posltl ely cured by Dr C W.
B son's Ctlerj an-. Cli.-tmon.lle Fills Tbey con
tain no opium q;i i Ine r otier harmful drug
Soifi t.-y all druiraisif. Price 50c per box. $1 for
two, $2.50 for six postage tree. Dr.fr W. Ben
son, Hal l'i'( re. M 0. N. kjiteton. Nnv'York,
Is hoesile g- n" for Dr 0. W. benson's ;eme
MRS. LYD1A E. FINKBAH, DF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND. '
Is a Positive Cnre
for all those Faluful Complaint, and Weaknesses
oeomssoa to our best female population.
It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and TJlcera
tlon, Failing and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Cnang-e of Life.
It will dissolre and expel tumors from the uterus in
an .parly stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there is checked very speedily by its use.
It removes f alntness, flatulency, destroys all craving'
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach,
ft cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression sad Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
It wul at all times and under all circumstances act tn
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIN SHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
POUND is prepared at JS3 and 835 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $L Six bottles for $5. Bent by mall
In the form of pills, also in the form of lotenfes, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pins-ham-freely
answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention, this Paper.
Ho family Should be without LYDIA B. PTNKHAir
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
f torpidity of the liver. SS cents per box. ' -
ter Sold by all UrnstsMtm.
The. leadrns- Scientists of To-dav. agree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidney and
L4ver. If, therefore, the ' Kidneys and Livers are
kept ill Deif eeywder, perfect health will be thetre
auli This truth has only been known a short time
and lor years people Buffered great agony wi nout
being able to find relief, The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
era in the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value, it. con
tains just the elements necessary to, poortsh and
invigorate uuiu ui uicse great uigauo, ouu oaioij
restore and keep them tn order, it la a POSITIVE
BEMEDY for ail the Olaeases that cause pains in
the-lower part of the body for Torpid Xlve--Head
aches JaHnd ice Dizziness Gravel Fever,
Ague Malarial Fever, and. all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
It is an excellent and safe ' remedy for females'
during Pregnancy. It wtil control Menstruation
and Is invaluable for Leuaorrheea or Falling of the
As a Blood Ptrrifier It is Tmecmaned. r it cures
tno organs that vaxs the blood. . - .
This Remedy, which nas done - such wonders. Is
put up in the LARGEST SIZED BOT1 LS of anr
medicine upon the market; and Is sold druggists
and alt dealers at1.25-peMwtne.- For Diabetes
enquire for WARNER'S 8 AFX , DIABETES CURB;
It to a POSITIVK Remedy;- -
H. HT WARNER ft CO.,
. an38 -1 - t4 Rochester. N. v.
DR, A. W. AUXABPjtB, , ..Q&ftLaUXmm
CHABLOTTE, N. C.
Office en Trade street
over In Berwanger ct
Bio's elothlng store.
tar Office hoots from 8 a. in. ta5 p. m. -pf
E " Nm
To the Interest
A LARGE LOT of LA WNS in JIOIRE EFFECTS.
"-JA.8' MOIBISS, Ac. Our stock of
en"ec slf& jktpsee figured airaroloredMUL LS.
MneVnewdeslgK LADIES NEK'EABat our tnemWore I0U We h
8AHJ3ABNHARDT MA FOSTER KID9, LACK NSTS In Mack and colors Wii ha .i .
S,!?ttMmaDds.01T1fLon6 K rou don't see what you want ! Just call for' Tbl yMMmS&n
yoa want something nlcelil jOTn INfir
newest thing, an OSCAB '
lAdies will find a line of 3VT 3D XXT
OF TfiEM ARE JUST ' TOO TOO."
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WHOLESALE ''aELm p '
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Eight of the 'Leading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instrnmf-nts in Stock
PLENTY OF MONEY ON OUR LEFT,
PLENTY TO EAT ON OUR III OUT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
We Don't Pnt Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw in a Douse Lot or a Railroad,
H. McSIYllTH, Charlotte, N. C.
l. iBEiwMifiiEni & mm.
F)R our stock is now complete. We call especial attention to the GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
IN OUR OWN HOUSE. We are Justified in asserting, and not exaggerate, that the long eipe
rlence and standing of oar House, Is a full guarantee that Q J 01jiC1,3HCI3N'0
IS THE MOST RELIABLE SOLD In this Market We make up first class uarments, and always
study tha demands of our patrons, and insure them absolute BOT TOM PRICES. We do not buy job
lots m order to Introduce Low Priced Goods, but Invariably offer the public such CLOTHING and
made up In such a style as is worn in fashionable circles in Northern cities. We bad the choice of
selecting our stock by going early In the Market, ot which privilege the Late Purchaser is debarred.
Our stock of Boys' audi OlAildreix's Olotliins Is as fine as
always. The latest styles in
HATS, ALL COLORS.
mm wmmmim &0(oe,
THE FINEST IN THE CITY.
THE YORKTOWN SCARF,
t The Latest Out, In the Very Latest Shades m Silks.
GAXjXj SEE TJS. VoryBespectfauy,
L. Berwanger & Bro.
N. B. Garments .Vfado to Order on
COLORED DRESa ormiw nn i$uwii7 JJ. ti
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P A ivr ai ft , .Sl"? A . Ano
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDER.
Front For ward ta the Bear,
UIcSmiHi hsk House,
I Hi touting Depot for the Carollr..'1"
KRAMICK & BACH,
Sontliero Gem Pianos.
But Wo Boat That all to Pi'ooos,
CALL AND SEE ME.
ill Guarantee 10 per cent, on all Moneys Invested.
y For Particulars call on or write to
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