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AFRICA'S DEADLY MALARIA.
Only an Isolated Section Fit for White
Habitation. , :
New York 8taf.
TJntil within a comparatively recent
period the greater portion of the conti
nent of Africa has been a sealed book
to the world. Thousands of years after
Asia and Europe were seats of great
empires the vast interior of Africa had
never been explored. It was only on a
narrow strip of this vast continent that
civilization obtained a foothold. The
northern and eastern coasts were the
homes of the civilized people from the
earliest times, but east of . them, for
3,000 miles, the country was an unknown
world, save to the native tribes who
inhabited it. The main reason for this
was tbe fact that the deadly malaria
claimed as its victim every white man
who endeavored to penetrate into the
interior, That certain portions of Af
rica are suitable for the 'white man,
however, has during the presenLoeo
tury been fully demonstrated Although
the general belief is that alF -porttonk j
are alike deadly -to averybodyiexdmtJ
thfl nporrn. . r I
"The popular idea," said Rev. Dr.
Strieby, of the American Mission So
ciety, to a Star reporter yesterday, "is
that the whole continent is unhealthy.
That is a great mistake."
"What portions of Africa are suita
ble for white men to dwell in?" asked
"All of South Africa as far up as
Madagascar is a fine country, and white
men can live there as comfortably as
anywhere else in the world. The cli
mate is as healthy and salubrious as
that of America."
"Do you recall one single instance in
your experience in which a white man
has ever lived for any length of time?"
-"Yes. Rev. Mr. Tyler, a missionary,
was about to go there. His wife was a
very delicate woman, and his friends
told him that he was taking her there to
die. That is twenty years ago. I saw
Mr. Tyler a year ago, when he visited
this country. His wife is a strong, ,
healthy woman, and six healthy child
fen fill the house." 1
Rev. W. F. Poddock, of St. Andrew's
Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadel
phia, said : " W hat Africa n eeds is men
constitutionally suited to the climate,
who possess the intelligence, skill and
energy of the white man, but do not,
like him, fall easy victims to the mala
rial influences and burning equatorial
"What inducement has Africa to offer
to emigrants V"
"It has immense quantities of salt
and vast beds of coal and iron f rich
mines of copper and gold, which lavish
ly repay all who work them. The yield
of the South African diamond fields for
1879 aggregated $18,000,000. Soudan
alone, wbich is more than ten times as
large as Great Britain, possesses soil
productive enough to supply staple arti
cles of food for all Europe.
"Has the country any internal im
"It has. six partially completed rail
roads in South Africa, and five other
projected lines across tbe Sahara Des
ert. Telegraphic communication is
complete from each colony to the moth
er country, and there are several steam
ship companies abroad established, with
more in prospect Thirty English steam
ers regularly trade along the western
"You speak of a railroad across Saha
ra; is not that impracticable t
The Desert of Sahara discloses rich
oases hundreds of miles in extent, and
fertile mountain regions dotted with
towns containing from 10,000 to 30,000
Rev. Dr. Nicholson, of the Reformed
Episcopal Church at Philadelphia, said:
"A work of civilization is waiting to be
done tor Atnca, but only colored men
can do that work. The white mancan-
uot live there. Roman Catholic mis
sionaries have tiied it for two hundred
and fifty years The Moravians tried
it for thirty-four years, making hve at
tempts, commencing in 1736, and did
nothing. Englishmen tried it in 1792,
for two years, at liulama island, with
the loss of one hundred lives. The
London, Edinburgh and Glasgow socie
ties tried it in 1797: but their mission
aries died. Many other attempts were
made befure Liberia was settled, all of
which failed. .Missions have been es
tablished in Liberia, but at the cost of
many lives. The white man cannot
live and labor there, and it is a remark
able fact that only infinitesimal por
tions of the mighty continent are owned
by white men."
Rev. Dr. Menry M. scuaaer.ot ijrooK-
lyn, was at one time a missionary to
Africa. In alluding to the physical
features of the country he said to the
reporter: "Africa is one of the most
fertile, productive and beautiful coun
tries in the world. There are great des
erts, but there are also great lakes,
mighty rivers, fertile plains, beautiful
forests and lofty mountains. There are
waterfalls which, though not as great
as Niagara, surpasses it in beauty."
"What can he produced tnere by tne
labor of the emigrant ?"
"Everything that is necessary to sup
ply the wants of man. The soil can
produce Wheat, rice, cotton, sugar, cot
fee, tobacco, dates, yams, plums, pome-
granites, grapes and figs. It is an in
finitely producing land, with great ca
pacities and resources.
When questioned in regara to tne
settlement of Africa by white men,
Rev. G. D. Pike, of this city, said:
"Tropical Africa is a negro land, span
ned with a malaria wmcn is tieaaiy to
the white man. Of seventeen mission
aries sent there by Germany to the
west coast ten died in a single year.
Out of eleven men taken by Lieut.
Gordon to defend a fort in Liberia,
eight died in four weeks. Mungo Park
took forty white soldiers with him, but
thirty perished before he reached the
"Can vou mention a particular in
stance where the distinction was mark
"The famous Niger expedition was
fitted out with all conveniences. It was
manned by 150 white men and 108 ne
groes. They proceeded a few hundred
miles up the river and selected a beau
tiful site for a model farm. Speedily
all the whites were stricken with fever.
and onlv one was sufficiently strong to
navicata the boats to the ocean. Nearly
on-third died in two months, while of
the 108 blacks, not one suffered from
t.h a climate"
ThiR testimony, from persons who are
fwivprsant with the country, makes it
avMnnt that' Africa, in the tropical por
tion, can never fall under the sway of
the white man, and that only the north
ern and southern portion areuueaior
An AHrfroca hv Rev. II. S. DeForest.
New York, April 10. Rev IL S. De
PrtroafL nwwidant of the Talladega Col-
gregation in DeWitt Memorial Church-
last evening on we uuumv
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The Assassin! Vte'wfj 'jof American
Guiteau was-? visited in his sell and
interviewed oy ji reporter, recently.
Guiteau was looking stout, and. was. m
good spirits, and said that he thought
by tne time ne. was released he would
weigh two hundred. pounds. 1
TTben ryou do not believe." said the
sentence pronounced by Judge Cox will
oe carriea out e , . j i
"I haven't the slightest idea that it
will be." .
"Upon what do you base your
hopes ?" queried the reporter. ,
"Why, upon common sense, -of
course," said Guiteau. "You see," con
tinned the assassin, "Judge Cox's raU
ings in many instances were faulty in
the extreme, and I know that the court
in banc will deal justly with the case,
when it comes before them. Judge Cox
in charging the jury- showed that ha.
was jsimply catering to : a . bloodthirsty
element: va , thiseonntry, wbih .cried
aloud' for iny blooAbot without rasori.;
ThSfriTBry lemenf7bX whicrT apeak
constitute! railroad ' wreckers, railroad
striker&rand in fact communists and,
nihilists. Did you fcnow. quicaly con-.
tinned .liuiteau, "that there are Ameri-.
can nihilists?" ; ! .
The reporter, said he had never heard .
that there were nihilists , in this coun
try, when the assassin said: "I tell you,,
it is a fact There are thousands of.
them in Cliicago, New York, St Louis
and other large cities, and, mark my
words, that some of these days you will
find that one -of this class of : which I
have spoken will commit an act that'
will cause a perfect reign of terror in
"Will another President be murdered
by what you call the. American nihil
ist?" asked the reporter.
"l won t say lust now what l meant
by that observation, but I will say that
the American nihilist is a more danger
ous citizen than you or any other ordi
nary man would imagine, uia senwab,
the beer-seller, of New York, is a pro
nounced nihilist, as well as a commun
ist. Some of these days that old brute
will do something to startle the coun
try. He is an old agitator, and -ought
to be put out of the way. He is a bad
citizen, io fact" .
The reporter stood gazing with aston
ishment at the assassin during the del
ivery ot tins little speecu, when Gui
teau straightened himself out and said,
in a loud tone of voice:
"Sir, you look astonished. Do you
think because I am confined on the
charge of removing President Garfield
tnat l am not still a good citizen, and
ever anxious to see the country rid of
bad people? That is why I tell you that
this country is infested with certain
classes who are not good American
citizens, and ought, in my opinion, to
be driven out ot the country. When l
am released from jail I intend to pursue
the communists and nihilists until they
eave the country.
The reporter, having become tired of
Guiteau's moral observations, fired the
following parting shots at him:
In case tbe court in banc sustains
Judge Cox; then, of course, the sen
tence of death would be carried out?"
'I suppose so," said Guiteau.
'Are you prepared to die?" asked the
The assassin again straightened him
self up, his eyes flashing fire, and gazed
full nve minutes at tne reporter, wnen
he exclaimed: "Prepared to die! Why,
certainly, I am ready to die when the
Lord calls for me. U nave always uvea
a correct and virtuous life, and I know
that I will be saved."
Sir. Diggs on Riddleberger.
In discussing a resolution to inquire
into the eligibility of Senator Riddle-
berger to his seat in the Virginia Sen
ate last Saturday, Mr. Diggs delivered
the following as expressive of his opin
ion of Riddleberger:
1 or one. I serve notice on tnat sena
tor the champion bulldozer of the Sen
ate a ve. and tell thee to thy beard that
despite thy valor, tbyfine new fortune
and thy victor sword, the pigmy of the
mountain will never lower his crest to
the plumed night of the valley.
When the street-waikine courtezan is
admitted as a missionary of virtue to
a convent, then is it time for the Sena
tor, who lives in daily and open viola
tion of the constitution of his common
wealth, to prate of cpnstitutional law.
Wnen the plundering AraD or the
desert, tricked out with the spoil of his
bow and SDear. Is installed at west-
minster Hall to adjudicate the rights of
property, then let the Senator, who has
swindled the creditors of his native
State to pension his partisan s,boast him
self of his respect for the rights of
When the unbelieving blasphemer.
Robert Ingersoll, entreats the Grand
Sanhedrim of the Church militant to
acknowledce the Dower and reality of
the eternal and unoriginated God, then
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let the leaaine smrit or a nuinncauon
caucus preach submission to the deci
sions of courts and the authority of the
authority of the promulgated law.
When the swarthy denizen iromine
jungles of India hies him away to the
Universities uxrora ana wamDnage 10
deliver lectures on polite literature,
then let tbe Senator, who refuses to
yield to corrections of misstatements
from his colleagues here, who refuses
to yield to points of order, who makes
sport of the hoary head of bis brother
Senator (Mr. Ly brook), and who de
nounces as a criminal from his seat,
surrounded by the privileges of hip
position here, before the verdict of the
jury, a gentleman (air. massey; wnose
hands were tied and whose mouth was
closed, set himself up as the shining ex
emplar of senatorial courtesy. .
When the motner ox states ana states
men behold one of her accredited dele
gates to the national capital bartering
her voice in those nans tor tne crnmos
that fall from the festal board, desert
ing his post of duty to control the
stormr counsels of a midnight caucus,
to save his party from the blundering-)
leadership of an incompetent subaltern,
ana tO iaateu uyuu 1115 liaumoiaro a
hnriorrtr tribe of hireling skihiaciks. then
let the Senator-elect from that stricken
Stetei hiipself th& hero . or two - double
daUy bloodless duels, prdclaitn himself
the first apostle to nsher in the era of
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It is an excellent and' safe remedy for females
during' Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
and is myaluablelor Leucorrhoea or ITallmg of the
As a Blood Purifier It Is unequalled, r It cures
the organs that kakx the blood, . ,
This Eemedr. which has done . such wonders. Is
put tp in the LABGB3T 8IZBD BOT1 LB of an
medicine anon the market, and iseli It I drogfists,
and all dealers at 81.25 per bottle. Fer Diabetes
enquire tor wabjnkk h saitje , piAnuETSUKic.
una ruairiv is ttemeoy. - -
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Mt c Ui Berwaoger
umos noura irom
To tie In
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A -fiMoriAWN8 in MOIRE EFFECTS.
cX& GOO P3 and TRIMMINGS
CORSET FOR SI .00.
fc"11?1 ma FOSTER KIDS, LACE NETS In black and coh rs. We have a tb t
. C.t0 .P1!?116-. 11 yu don 1 868 w&
id a handsome stock of mnrrnurn cvrinivir
newest thing, an ''OSCAR
loans will flnd a line of
JXT 3 w
Of THEM ARE JUST 'TOO TOO."
Eight of tlis Leading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Instruments in
PLENTY OF MONEY ON OTJH LEFT,
PL.ETVTTT TO EAT ON OTJIt IlIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTRE.
Wc Don't Put Ten Dollar Gold Pif ces on Every Slop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Ncitlier do We Throw in a
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H. IYIcSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
IL. ilRWMlGER & MO.
FB our stock is now complete. We call especial attention to the GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
IN OUB OWN HOUSE. We are lUStlfled In asserting, and not PYorcsratA that thfl nnir ftn.
rienee and standing of oar. House, Is a full guarantee
13 rjUU jnuaXBlSLlABLJS OVLiV in tniS Marfcet.
study the demands of our natrons, and insure them
w in oraer to imreuuce juow raeea uooas, Dut
made up tin- such a style as is worn in fashionable
BeiecKng our gweg. or gwag cariy in me jnarnet. ot waiett privilege the Late Purchaser Is debarred.
$vT&&f?tfe& ren's Olotlxixs is as so. as
HATS, ALL COLORS.
Glffiif (DlHinG GOOEDS,
nvCibLnc dJT oil!
THE YO RK T
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, , The Latest Out, in the
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It. B.--Garnicnts IVlads to Order oo
you want Just call for it. The roui.z men Twin
1 mm n . , L. n
aM K HA N. come down -inT ?V1
' U7Ti mm on? t t
- F" -A. JJ J3 wSl on our countei-s, and some
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDER?.
Front Forward to the Bear,
mcSmith Music llonse,
Distributing Depot for the Carolina
KRANICK A lIACIf,
Soiithem Gcai Pianos.
House I Lot or a Railroad,
We Beat That all to Pieces.
1ST- CALL AND SEE ME. JBk
Guarantee 10 per cent on all Moneys Invested.
For Farsiculars call on or write to
that C CJJtHL
We nrnk-A nn flnitnlnaa Marmnnts.
ahanintA tuItttim perrntu
We do not bur lob
lnvarlablv offer the
nhl1 snnh CI YTWTNfi anil
circles In Northern cities. We had the choice of
IN THE CITT.
O W N SCAR F,
All -jv; -If.
Tea Latest Shades In Silks.
Berwanger & Bro.
Stock, w KS