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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
A CURSORY GLANCE AT GUIT
The President's Reception a Big Thing
Flowers in Profusion, and Every
thing Done np in Aesthetic Style
Personal Notes Postal Dots and Pat
Washington, D. C-, Aprifl2, 1882.
Guiteau's new book, called the "Truth,"
a misnomer, ia out. It contains 237 pa
ges, bound in paper, and sells for $2.00
Eer copy. Already he has received
eavy orders from Northern booksel
lers for it, and fronj the demand at
present, it will have an Extensive
sale. The book is divided into two
parts ; the first treats of his peculiar
ideas of theology, and the second of the
trial and numerous letters received by
him while in jail. In his preface he
"The Truth is my contribution to the
civilization of the race, and I ask for it
careful attention, to the end that many
son Is may find a saviour. A new line
of thought runs through it, and if it
does not demonstrate tne existence of
a heaven and hell, I submit their exist
tence cannot be proved."
He first takes up the life of the Apos
tle Paul, to which he devotes 10 pages,
and likens himself to that great disci
ple of Christ, pointing out wherein the
resemblance lies. Christ's second com
ing furnishes him with a theme to
which he devotes many pages, written
in a loose, illogical manner, for exactly
what purpose, or to prove w hat, can
not be gained from the context. He
next reviews Christianity since A. D.
'70, and then undertakes to reply to at
tacks on the Bible, made by Ingersoll
in his numerous lectures. Some rea
sons why many persons ate going down
to perdition, give him a cue to laud
Grant, and denounce the newspapers,
which he says are in a great measure
responsible for the demoralization of
the times. In hia preface to the second
part on the. remotal of Jas. A. Garfield,
among other things he says: "Andrew
Johnson pardoned Jefferson Davis.
Davis sought to destroy this nation. I
sought to save it. Horace Greely, with
Vanderbilt, signed Davis' bond, and
thereby brought the wrath of the news
papers and politicians upon his head."
Speaking of his own death he says;
"Mere physical death is nothing. If
the Lord wants me to go to glory that
way, (on the gallows) I am willing."
The second part is devoted to his
trial, most of the matter "being from
newspaper clippings and official notes
of the trial. He also publishes some
100 letters received by him since the
trial, some expressing sympathy, some
asking for his autograph, others sug
gesting law points on which he may get
off, and one from a young lady in Iowa,
offering marriage. She says:
"Dear Friend: I have read all
about you in the papers. We all sym
pathize with you in this State, and hope
you will get out all right. I don't be
lieve you will be hung, now. Will you
please send me your photograph ? I
would like it so much. Enclosed you
will find mine. I am 19 years old and
very good looking. I am rich and want
a husband. Should you think I would
please you let me know."
In an appendix to the work is a high
ly drawn picture of a man firing a can
non and several men liyiDg in the air
towards a dark hole marked hell. At
the bottom of the picture is the sen
tence: "Away with Corkhill and the
In the conclusion, bearing in mind his
position, he says: "It matters little to
me whether I live three months or 20
years. Life is a flimsy dream and it
matters little when one goes. Paradise
is a great improvement on this sin
cursed world, and I shall be far better
off thiin here." Further on with a
tinge of sadness he says: "My life has
been a sad one and the sooner 1 get out
of this world the better it will bef.ir
me" The work concludes with a four
stanzas of poetry from a Boston lady,
addressed to him, the last stanza read
ing: Down the dark vale thy foeman files,
Over the lords, the wise and grand;
Over the host thou shalt arise,
Millions shall bow at thy command.
One cannot form a correct idea from
.,he meagre accounts sent by telegraph
of what a President's reception amounts
to. It is a bigthing. It is big in more
ways than one. It costs money and lots
of trouble. For instance, last night
the President gave a reception to the
officers of the army and navy and their
families resident inWashington. For
two days prior to that reception men
to the number of a dozen were engaged
in decorating the blue room in" which
the President Teceived his guests. All
the numerous chandeliers and lambre
quins were tastily decorated with ever
greens. The mantles were solid beds
of moss and along the sides of the room
the rarest flowers in the President's
conservatory were strewn. They gave
forth a sweet order that reminded one
of the luxuriousness of the beautiful
gardens of Italy. The best florist in
the city on these occasions are called
into requisition; and now that the re
ception is over men are at work re
moving the flowers bacK into the hot
house, only to bring them forth again
when the President gives another re
ception. Not only does it cost the gov
ernment, but it taxes the purse of the
citizen who attends. It is the proper
thine for one to have a carriage and a
$10 note immediately disappears. Then
gloves, ties and evening dress are re
quired. One should never wear the
same suit to two receptions and here
comes another big expense. Some of
the more shrewd hire suits tor the oc
casion. It is not at all unusual to see
army and navy officers laced out of all
proportion. A country maiden would
scorn to have such wai,sts as some of
these army and navy sports" aSect.
What with their padded shoulders and
compressed waists, a more awkward,
angular figure can hardly be imagined
thanis seen at every President's recep
tion. The one last night was no excep
tion to the general rule. On next Tues
day a reception will be tendered to
members of the Senate and House of
Representatives, at which full evening
dress will be worn.
Senator Vance has returned fro,m a
short visit iiome. He Bajfs he saw noth
ing of the Independent party while
there, and saw no one who had seen it
Mr. Charles Price, one of the two who
form the great Independent party of
North Carolina, was in the city several
days ago. He kept very quiet, and few
knew of his presence here. It is under
stood that he will announce himself in a
few weeks as an Independent candi
date for Congress in General Arrfleld'a
district, Mx. .
Dave Vanoe, son of the senator, well
known in Charlotte, will leave in a few
days for Texas, where he proposes to
engage in business. His numerous
friends wish him much success.
Secretary Polger has appointed the
following storekeepers and gangersfor
the sixth North Carolina , distacUChas.
A. Carson, W. A. Wiles, Miles Withers,
ii lu Rntfedge and Jonatf & aonmger.
Governor Crittenden, of Missouri, at
whose instance Jesse James was assas
siuated, i$her on a visit. ;
n POSTAL NOTES.
Postm asters commission sent :' Chas
H.Lee. Grantsboi'ough, C7.; Taeob J
Lankfork, Bluff, N.C.
New offices : Sandy Springs, Polk
county, TS. C, John W. Walker, post
master; Wideawake, Colleton county,
S. C, John Whitehouse postmaster;
Roper's, county, S. C, James A. Tim
It can be authoritatively stated that
the old postmaster at Chester, S. C will
be reappointed. A man named Lump
kin is mentioned for the place.
Patents have been granted as follows :
Ryan P. Bryson, .Burnt Cnimney, as
signor of one-half to G. E. Young, G. B.
Howe and M. McBrayer, Rutherford
county, N.C., road locomotive; Heze
kiah N. Lmdler, Pine Ride, S. C tire
tightener; Daniel R. Matheny,. BJack
ville, S. C, cotton plow. Pickup.
A NOTED COLORED WOMAN.
Death of Aunt Sally Simrall at Her
Home in Kentucky Her Antece
dents and Descendants.
Shelby (Ky.) sentinel
Old Aunt Sally Simrall, as she had
been familiarly known in Shelbyville
for many years, djed on Thursday of
last week, aged about 91 years. The
foundation for a first class romance in
real life connected with this old woman
and her descendants.
She came to Shelbyville some sixty or
seventy, years ago as the slave of a man
named Neel, who went into the hotel
business. At that time she was a bright
quadroon, and was the mother of a
daughter as fair and lovely as any who
boasted Caucuasian blood. The daugh
ter attracted the attention of a wealthy
Southern gentleman, who was sojourn
ing for a few days at the hotel kept by
Neel, and, though but a child in years,
he conceived the idea of becoming her
owner, with what motives was devel
oped in. after years. ? The transfer was
duly made, and the handsome little oc
toroon was sent South,- where she re
ceived a fine education in white schools,
without even a breath of suspicion as
to her origin ever being excited. The
wealthy Southerner then married her,
and we nf xt find her in St. Louis, mov
ing in the best society, with two lovely
daughters as the result of the marriage.
These daughters both married rising
young lawyers of that city, one of
whom afterward became a member of
Congress. The Southerner died many
years ago, and his widow married a
German in Philadelphia, where they
lived in style until , a few years ago,
when husband and wife both passed off
the stage of action. Aunt Sally never
saw her daughter but once after her
first marriage. Her husband was visit
ing relatives at Bardstown, and Aunt
Sally was sent for. The meeting was
such a one as might have been between
a white lady and her. old nurse, and
outsiders were led to believe that this
was the only relation that existed be
tween them. By the terms of her mas
ter's will, Aunt Sally became free at his
death and accumulated considerable
property, most of which was in slaves.
She possessed at one time a great deal
of fine jewelry and silverware. Her
money gradually slipped away from her
on account of ill-advised investments,
until at the time of her death she had lit
tle more than the cabih she lived in. She
possessed remarkable vitalitv until a
short time before her death, and could
of tea be seen about the streets. In late
years she became very deaf, and her
mind was considerably unsettled. Sev
eral years ago she willed . everything
she possessed to her daughter, and no
argument could convince her that her
daughter was dead. Aunt Sally had
been cared for for 'some time by a
daughter of a former slave.
Death of a Daughter ofHorace Greeley.
Mrs. Ida Greeley Smith, the eldest
daughter of Horace Greeley, died Tues
day morning of diphtheria at Chappa
qua, New York State. She leaves
three children, the youngest an infant
four weeks old. She married Col.
Nicholas Smith, of Kentucky, on May
1, 1875, and after making a European
tour, settled at her father's celebrated
farm at Chappaqua, wheie they have
since lived. Mrs. Smith leaves a son
five years of age, who was named after
his distinguished grandfather, and who
is now called Horace Greeley, his pa
rents having agreed to drop his last
name. Mrs. Smith was a woman of
much intellectual ability, great force of
character, and many accomplishments,
she was devoted in her care of her
younger sister Gabrielle, who is now
the only survivor of a former notable
Guiteau Repudiates His Sister.
Guiteau has sent the following to the
agent of the Associated Press : "Mrs.
Frances M. Scoville, according to news
paper report, has impudently hied a pe
tition in Chicago for a conservator of
mv estate. The only estate I have is
the copyright of my books, 'The Truth'
and 'The Removal, now in press. The
absurdity of her pretension is apparent
from the fact that I do not live in Illi
nois, and have not for nearly three
years; besides I am not a lunatic. This
was officially decided on my trial, l
have lived in Washington for over a
year, and this i3 my legal residence.
The court had better dismiss the peti
tion peremptorily. The Scovilles are a
nuisance and I wantnothingto do with
them. Charles Guiteau."
Carrying the Remains Home for Burial.
"tfpnr.YnRTC. Anril 1S A Port .Tervis
N. Y., special says the express train to
day brought the funeral party to this
village with the body of Mrs. R. O.
Gray, of Surry county, Va. The hus
band and Mrs. B. F. Winfield, a sister of
Mrs. Gray, accompanied the remains.
Mrs. Gray was murdered Dy servants
wno poisonea ner conee. ne was ior
merly a resident of this village. Her
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4 Tpotija tTOtStftal'tnrpifadeiiflS causing Prem
JfcMyVKerroos Debility,- Lost Manhood, etc.,
kavtng tried in rato'ewiry-sxiowii remedy, has dis
covered simple elfcarB, whioh he will send FREE
to h!l fcllow-stiflerRre,' address J, H 11KEVES,
13 Chatham sit., TV.
2 CURE g
' To k Merest of Our Patrons.
JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED.
A LARGE LOT of LAWNS in MOIRE EFFECTS.
CORSET FOR $1.00.
JSSS!SS?ii!Jfll.flTHINIl XTRIW ,nH B1T Ulti 1 Am".J'."
you want something nice I
Ladles will find a line ot-NEW
07 THEM ARE JUST "TOO TOO."
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I wholesale & Retail.! Hji
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Eight of ths Leading Makers
OF THE WORLD.
One Hundred Inslrnmfnfs in Stock,
PLENTY OF MONEY ON OUH LEFT,
PLENTY TO EAT OX OUR RIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSICAL CENTBE.'
We Don't Put Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw ina House I Lot or a Railroad,
H. McSMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
1 88 88
FORour stock is now complete. We call egrieclal attention tothe GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
IN OUR OWN HOUSE. We are Justified- ih asserting, and not ekaggeTate. that the long expe
rience and standing, of our Honse, is a foil guarantee that OTJJF. CLOTHING
IS THE MOST RELIABLE SOLD In this Market. We make UP first-clats (iarmente, aud always
study the demands bf our patrons, -and Insure them absolute BOTTOM PRICES. We do not buy Job
lots In order to Introduce -Lew Priced Goods, but invariably offer the public such CLOTHIMG and
made up in such a style as fcotn in fashionable circles lrLNorthern cities. We had the choice of
selecting our stock by gotngmriy jn the Market, of which -tsKtege the Late Purchaser Is debarred.
SSwttfia 1 OloOxlrxg is as flue as
II ATS, ALL COLORS.
mm wmmmim mm,
THE YORKTOWN SCARF,
The Latest Out, In the Tery Latest Shades In Silks.
KkV O.A.I1I1 AUXJ SIC IE US. TeryBespectfully,
L. Berwanger & Bro,
1 IJ. -Gaitucsstsi ITIade to Order en
come do vn id get the
3B3XTS MwuateMnd soml
PROMPT ATTENTION TO CRDER3.
FrcatFotward.to tie Bear.
McSmifk Music Honse,
Distributing Depot for the Carollnas
KHAMCK & BACH,
Son ilie ni Cciii Pianos,
IU1U 1 Lit llalO,
But We Beat.Tbat all to Pieces,
VS CALL AND SEE ME.
Will Guarantee 10 per cent, on all Moneys Invested.
tS For Particulars call on or write to
88 88 jjf
IN THE CITY.