ffilic Charlotte b0crurc
baity, one tar post-vaid, in advance
Weekly (in the county), in advance
Out of the county, Post-paid
' liberal Reduction for Club.
IPegram & o.,
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Trunks,
PEGU AM & CO.,
Have the Best Stock of
Cents' Hand-Sewed Shoes
IS THB STATE.
PEGRAM k CO.,
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Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes.
PEGR'AM & CO.,
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VOL. XXVII. CHARLOTTE, N. C. j TTJESDAY APRIL 25,' 1882. NO. 4,083. ,
If GOODS !
N E CKWEAR,
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WHITE GOODS gasat
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New stock of Men's and Boys' Straw Hats; also
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New lot of Lawns very cheap.
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No family should he -without a bottle of It
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OUR WASHINGTON LEftER,
A GATHERING OP EHJB ITORTjit
CAROLINA RADICAL LEAD fcRS.
Trying to Boost Cooper The Indepen
dent Coalition Hon. R. F.Armfielsl
on Oar County Government System-
The Signal Service Affairs and Capt
IlowgatePersonal Notes and Dots,
oi Interest. r
Washington, April 22. There are,
now congregating here a number oi the
leading Republican politicians of tb
State of North Carolina. Mr. Cooper
and Dr. Mott have been here for some
time. Mr. Cannaday, of , Wilmington,
flits between here and his home, but is
here now. Collector W. H. Wheeler, G.
M. Walker, W. H. Harbin, D. H. Evans;
A. u. van Uokellan. Dr. Simmons, or
Wilmington, and others not so well
known, are here; Their presence, fresh
from the Raleigh conference, has set
Democratic circles to thinking what
they are here for. Not since the Cooper-Jenkins
fight over the collectorship
last fall have there been here at one
time so many of the faithful. It is sur
mised that they may be here to com
bine and with one great effort lift Mr.
Cooper into the position he has for so
long sought, but as yet . has failed to
find, or rather having found has been
unable to complete connections. In
view of the fact that the President and
his Cabinet favor coalition with the in
dependent element of the South, these
ravenous sons of the party of plunder
may be here to protest against such a
scheme as will likely divide up the
plunder among more than now enjoy
the blessed privilege of receiving it.
Whatever their object it has not devel
oped and as yet none of the gang has
had the courage to see the President on
the subject. .
The matter of county government
now being discussed in the State press
attracting my notice I called Mr. Arm
field's attention to it, chanching to meet
him the other day. He seemed to think
that in the fall campaign it would as
sume the proportions of an issue be
tween the parties. "Let it come," said
he ; "for one I welcome it. To us it
would be a source of strength, not
weakness. Iam in favor of the pres
ent system of the legislature electing
the magistrates, and of the magistrates
appointing the county commissioners."
"A rather unusual method, is it not?"
enquired the Obsekyer young man.
"It is somewhat 'unusual,' " continued
he, "but the exigencies that called the
system into being were unusual. It
was simply a matter of financial life or
death. Negroes controlled the coun
ties and were piling up debts that
threatened to crush us. This method
was suggested. In the west, in my sec
tion, we were all right, comparatively
speaking, but the east called on us to
save them from financial ruin, and we
lesponded by the present county sys
irm, which has saved the east from
bankruptcy. No, sir, until the east says
they can get along with the old election
system, lnt us keep to this."
"But the Republicans charge that it
is a deprivation of the right of local
self government, and as such infringes
the 15th amendment."
"Why right here in your city your
best men came pleadingto Congress, and
asked to be deprived of the right to
vote and why ? because the negroes
under Boss Shepherd had saddled upon
you a debt of $30,000,000, and Congress
granted your prayer. If the old sys
tem for the past 8 years had prevailed
in North Carolina, there would not be
much to govern, indeed, county com
missioners would have nothing at all to
"Y ou don't fear the issue then ?"
"No sir; it has worked well, is popu
lar with our pt ople, has saved us from
ruin and should be continued in force
until the negroes are educated sufficient
ly to vote intelligently, for their own
interest, the interest of their county,
r,he interest of their State, and not be
led by unscrupulous men."
There has been a good deal of injus
tice done the officers of the signal ser
vice by ill-informed persons who have
charged that they do not desire How
gate to be recaptured. The supposed
motive is that there were confederates
of Howgate in the office, who conceal
ed his guilt and connived at his escape.
So far is this from being true that
Howgate's discovery and arrest are due
entirely to General Hazen and to the
present officers of the service, some of
whom served with Howgate under
General Myer, and the cruelty of the
accusation is aggravated by the fact
that the men who are charged with
what amounts to criminal indifference
are the very men who have done all
the excellent work which led to How
gate's arrest and indictment.
When General Drum assumed tempo
rary charge of the office, his first act
was to remove Howgate from the
charge of the property division of the
bureau. He did this because suspicion
had been aroused aeainst him by rea
son of the scandal of Howgate's life fai l
Washington. Howgate at once feigned
indignation and resigned, but the offi
cers of the corps did all in their power
to prevent the acceptance of the resig
nation until his accounts could be ex-i
Howgate, however, had more influ
ence with Secretary Ramsey than the
signal service, and the resignation was
accepted, not, however, without some
The investigation of his accounts
was made by officers of the corps who
had served with him, and who were
familiar with the business methods ob
taining under General Myer after the
data had been collected, General Ha
zen had the evidence gathered, and
when everything was ready -Attorney
General Mac Veagh and Secretary lim
ed were informed of the facts in. the
These and the detective who made
the arre3t were the only people swho
knew anything about the matter. .The
work done by the officers of the service
had been done thoroughly and when
they went to the grand jury, Howgate
was indicted on all the charges made
In the investigation that was made it
was discovered that Howgate haoV.no
confederates. He needed none, -tjnder
General Hazen's system of conductirig
the business of the service, however, it
would take three men to accomplish
what Howgate did alone.
The energy of the service in securing
the evidence , that indicted Howgate,1
their activity iff accomplishing the ar
rest, and the persistency with which
they have urged District A torney
Corkhill to bring the case to trial ought
to be a sufficient answer the un iast ae
nsibiis pf inference. ;
. - The case is now in tne nanas or toe
department of justice and the service
has nq mean t oi the pntgqft of thejftr
gttivei . If Howgate believes as some
o Ms frtedseyhe ttoeR beoougbl; ttQ
&eek Maiajft'piii &e
distrietatUrney by which h tJouId ? esA
ape punishment? by tumftig stateTTtiyg
deirce against his alleged accomplices, "
PERSONAL NOTES. '
It. H. Brown and Alonzo H. Loftinr
tiatra ihaaVt 0irfiSYrtf cut oftvotr AAricni ' tin A
garigeti tint 'J&e sixth tfgrtb Carolina
internal fevenue districts .,
little ITeffie Arthur, the President's
daughter, upon her visit tQ the TSfhite
House, brought with her s a Scotch ter
rier, a pet that has been in the family
for the past eight years. It is a grace
less scamp and keeps things lively
around the White House , by its bark-
o hundred and fifty thousand co
blips of the speech of Mr. Abram Hew
ltfepf New York, on the tariff, have
been printed and circulated. Mr. Hew
jttiast week; paid a bill of. $2,000 for
printing his speech, which he furnishes
to members of Congress free. He ex
pends1 more than his salary, $5,000 per
anntini,in this manner.
' My. rmfield, on the 13th instant,
mfdefemost effective speech on the
tarmsnd tax commission Question now
Tending in Congress. Like everything
coming trom tins gentleman, it was
pithy and to the point, being but seven
pages in length. He has had printed
11,000 copies, 1,000 for each county in
his district, and is now sending them
Gen. Scales is again quite unwell at
There are more houses going up at
this season of the year than for many
As: an illustration of . the easiness of
the money market, some $10,000 in
bonds upon which the interest had
Ceased in 18?4, were only this week pre
sented to Treasurer Gilfillan for re
demption. POSTAL NOTES.
A special-service has been establish
ed from Woodwortb t0 Townersville,
Vance county, N. C, a distance of five
STAB SERVICE CHANGES.
North Carolina. Stonewall to Baird's
Creek.' From May l, 1882, increase ser
vice between Stonewall and Pamlico,
12 miles', to 2 times a week.
FITZ JOHN PORTER'S APPEAL.
A Letter to President Arthur Asking
' for a Remission of the Sentence of the
The following is the text of Gen. Fitz
John Porter's appeal to President Ar
thur in response to the letter of Secre
tary Lincoln advising him of the con
clusion arrived at with regard to his pe
tition to be reinstated in the army :
"MORR1STOWN.N. J., April IT, 1882.
The President, Washington, D. C.Sir:
I have, the honor to acknowledge the
receipt, through the Secretary of War,
under date of the 15th instant, of your
decisien-upon my application of De
cember 23, 1881, "to annul and set aside
the findings and sentence of the court
martial ease, and to nominate me to the
Senate ., for .restoration to my former
rank in the army.' "Your decision, after
determination of the powers of the
President, as expressed in the opinion
of the attorney-general, is 'that com
pliance with the application contained
in my letter is not within your power.'
I may have, misunderstood the extent
of 'the constitution al power of the Presi
dent when I asked you to do directly,
with the aid of the Senate, that which
a board of distinguished army officers
had, in the interest of justice, recom
mended should be done, but which you
concurring in the opinion of the attorney-general
inform me you have
now the power only in part to perform,
and that special legislation by Congress
is needed to complete the justice asked
"My application was based upon the
recommendation of the advisory board
appointed by the President, 'to examine
into the facts and to report what ac
tion, in their opinion, justice required
should be taken hy the President.'
"That board found and reported, after
a long and patient examination and
consideration of all the facts in the
case, that my 'conduct' in all the vents
of August, 1862, inquired into by the
coort-martial by which I was tried
was,' in the light of the full evidence
that which was then said before the
court and also that which was unat
tainable at the time of my trial 'not
subject to criticism, much less deserv
ing of censure or condemnation, and
was obedient, subordinate, faithful and
judicious. It saved the Union army
from disaster on the 29th of August.'
And the advisory board recommended
'that, in their opinion, justice required!
at his (the President si hands sueh ac
tion as may be necessary to anhul and7
set aside the findings and sentence of
the court-martial in the case of Major
General Eitz John Porter, and to re
store him to the positions of which that
sentence deprived, 'iiim such restora
tion to take effect from the date of dis
missal from service.'
"Relying also upon the clear and em
phatic language of the same board,
that all the essential facts in every in
stance stand out In clear ; and absolute'
contrast to those supposed facts upon
which be (I) was adjudged guilty, and
that it is.not omissible that any court-
martial couldifiave conaemnea sucn
conductif it had been correctly under
stood:' and believing that; I am entitled
to the complete and just vindication re
commended by the board, ana tnat a
sentence of a ' court-martial, subse
quently proveniiby overwhelming and
irrefragible testimony to have been
palpably erroneous in its basis of as
sumwf facts, and utterly destructive of
the h&ppiness and welfare oi an officer
-who has never failed in the strictest
and tnbst honorable fidelity to his gov
ernment, should hot be a barrier to the
relief to which I consider myself enti
tled, l again renew to you, as Chief
Magistrate, iny appeal for justice.
: .. "Conscious of my absolute and entire
innocence, I hate not ceased from the
hour of .the -promulgation of the sen
tence of the court martial persistently
to protest against the terrible i n j ustice
done i me,:,and.;Mve striven in every
proper mode to secure my vindication,
all of which the public records now be
fore you will folly establish.
"I now respectfully and most earnest-!
ly ask that you will grant a remission
of that portion of the sentence of the
court martial which remains unexe
cuted, and carry into effect the recom
mendataonJot the advisory board, so
far as the same-lies within your consti
tutional power, and transmit the result
of your action together, with the find
ing of theTCQard, to- Congress, coupled
with . auch i;reQommendaiion in the
premises as. you may deem just and
proper.; Very respectf ally yoursy;
' - : fFrrz John Porter."
Wllnhigton Beveiw. i - - ; '
'? B. F.. Martin- had $1,495 subscribed
to" his "Sdundr railroad tiday. . fle.is
dairy 3h receipt' of letters of tangible en
couragement and- feels sanguine as to
the successful result of bis! labors. We
were shown several letters jsceiyed by
tyirti wttenvHenttyfcy business men,
at IhSlN Orth and else where- erivinff him
lenoragernentiand. taking stock in bis
man in th country who has undertaken
so gcealLan .enOerprised we trust he
maysueceed, - u -i&i Vj
i Xbe poDolarltj and wortdrwkie fame of Simmons
Liver Rejcolatw has iodooed unprincipled parties
to place ipurions compounds called bj some car
bled part of oar title or name lit ,tlie market. A
majority ot these enterprises nave died a natural
death, out others are: perledlealiy cropping ontr
To those who have not yet learned die great worth
of the Regulator this wofd of caution is neeessarfL
To the invalid it mar- be a question of life and
death. Asfc for Simmons Liter Regulator, and
look for the signature of J. H. Zelim ft Co., and
the largest red Z on White Wrapper.
To all who are suffering from the errors and in
discretion of youth, nervens weakness, early decay
oss of manhood, &c. I will send a-recipe that will
cure you, FRSB of CHARGE. Thi i ineat remedr
was discovered by a missionary u Jouth America, i
sena a sen-addressed envelope to the Est,
JOSEPH T. IN If AN, Station D.- New Tdrk City
So tho t be Invalid.
A few drops of SOZODONT mixed wUb water,
and placed in the mouth of the invalid, will re
fresh him. It aromatizes whatlse would be dry
and uncomfortable, and gives infinite pleasure,
and incites appetite. No nurse should neglect
SOZODONT. - - ;-
From Andrew's American Queen. C
QUEEN OF SHEBA'S BEAUTY
TV AM BUI SKIX DEEP.
The renowned Queen of Sheba, with all her rOyal
pomp, magnificent apparel, and brilliant retinue,
would never have appeared within the presence of
the grandest of the monarchs of the past, had she
not also possessed that which It Is the crowninir
glory of the female person a skin unchallenged
for its Oriental softness and Its almost transcen
dental purity. Cleopatra, holding en. oerors at
hay, and ruling empires by her word, hud quickly
lost her charm and power by one attack of blotches
or of pimples, or of horrid tan and freckles. , , .
WOMAN RULES THE WORLD '! .
by her beauty, not less than by her purity of char--
acter, loveliness of dlsp 4tlon and unselfish de
votion. Indeed, In the e. Jmtlon of perhaps too
many men beaaty in a body takes precedence oyer
every other consideration. Bt auty thus formsan
important part of woman's "working capital,
wlthoutlvhlch too many, (If not bankrupts in what r
relates to Influence wltt u the circle where they
more,) are powerless for great good. Hence we
seenot only the propriety but the duty of etfery
lady preserving with zealous care that which to
her Is essential to success, and influence, and use
fulness ta 1 lire. And, since "beauty is but skin
deep," the utmost care and vigilance are required
to guard it against the many firs that flesh Is heir
ta. Among the great and annoying enemies of
OP EITHER 8KX,
as well as of comfort; happiness and health, are
those pestiferous and horrid skin disease tetters,
humors, eczema, (salt rbeum,) rough and scaly
eruptions, ulcers, pimples, ai d all diseases ol the
hair and scalp. For the cure of all these, Dr. , C.
W. Benson, of Baltimore;' 'after jears 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 curea,
established Itself as tb great rernedjj. fer iuiisr
eases of the skin, whatever be their name. or
character. Its success h-s been immense and un
paralleled, ill druggists have It. It is elegantly
put up, two bottles in one pic- age. Internal and
external treatment. Price' $1.00.
EVERT ONE PRAISES.
Sick headache, nervous headache, neuralgia,
nervousness, paralysis, dyspepsia, sleeplessness
and brain diseases, positively cured by Dr. C XV.
Benson's Celery and Chamomile . TMBy con
tain no ODlum. aulDlne. or other harmful drue.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50c per box. SI for,
two, S2 fcOfor sis. postage fre. Br.C, Ben
son, Baltimore, Ml. C. N. c rittinton, New York,
is Wholesale Agent for Dr C. w. Benson's iemer
MBS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAH, OF LYKH, KASS.,
LYDIA E PINKHAtiTS
. Ie a Positive Cure
far Kit Ut PtfVl Covplalnta ut WmUhm
ItwlUottr ntlrely the worst form of FeilOn
pMnto, all orrin tronblee, rnflnnitlon and Uloer
tion,- lUUnff aad ZMsplBoeaieiita, and th conawinent
Spinal WeakiMM, Ad is partlcxOarly adapted to tb
Chanra of LU.
It win dlaaolT and zpl tnmon from tha ntenu In
an earlr ataga of development. Tha tendency to can
oeroa homort there 1 checked rerj ipeedlly by lte aaa.
It remoTeafalntnesa, flatulency, destroy all craving
for ctlnmlanta, and relieves weakneaa of tha itomach.
It cores Bloating, Headaches, Nervons Prostration,
General Debility, EleepJesanoea, Depresaion aad Indi
gestion. That XsaUng af bearing flown, caTWlnc pam, weight
and backache, i always permanency cured bylts use.
Itwillat alltiasesaad mnder an ctrcumstances act In
harmony wlttt the laws that goTer the female system.
rorthe eareof Kidney CempainU ol either sex this
Oamponnd la unsnrpasssd. ' i.
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POTJNDIs prepared at 1SJ and tS4 Vfestera. Arena,
tynn,Haa. Price t Sir bottles for Bent by mail
In the form Of pula, lab ithe form of Joceaget, a
receipt of price, 1 per Jor lor either. Krs. Plnkham
freely auwea aUettcni of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. .Address as above. Jtenfron thi Paptr.
Be family should: be wtthOOt LYDIA IL POTEHAIPS
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A Tout room dwelling corner of ixth and Gra
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term, for the lemalBdec
Is year. ADDlyto-
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X' Klre f roof 8aftMrf)tSfvef
the bestot mabesv jQBamaj
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CHAS. R. JPJTSSi P? t QlBWtVJSB.
aprl8tf . . ...,.-T 1 -
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ATTOBOY OOITHSELIOB at LAW,
We. 17 ST HsHHw Wsjety Jf eW trorky
All correspondence wul: receive, prompt attention.
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NTld 6m r. -- .. . .. ' ; -.,
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HAVE the prettiest stock of LACES in town.
oejuiuiai Bauns ror Kvening Dresses. We
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la tumtone pun,, at 20o to 60c. llarje ujinnu, Ocotoaoe. MdFrts for ...
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One Hundred Instruments in
PLENTY OF JUONEY ON OUR LEFT,
PLENTt TO EAT OX OVB RIGHT,
AND A SOLID MUSIQAL CENTRE.
We Don't Pot Ten Dollar Gold Pieces on Every Stop
OF OUR ORGANS,
Neither do We Throw in a House Hot or a Railroad.
H. IVlcSIVIITH, Charlotte, N. C.
T70R our stock Is now complete.
We caU especial
IN OCR OWN
rN HOCSJIV We are Justified ta asserting, and not exawerate
ling Of onf House! is a full guarantee that OUR. OXjC
RELIABLE SOLD in this Market We make up first class Hi
nehce and standm
19 THE MOST
study the demands, of our patrons, and Insure them
lots In order to Introduce low Priced Goods, but
made up In uch a style as Is worn tafashlonaWe diples to NoRhern cities,. We had the choice of
selecting 6ur stock by going early In the Market, of which privilege the Late Purchaser is debarred.
JOht Bteek of ia3cya AXASi?XJJLa3Xxraw OlctXilaais 19 88 M
always. The latest styles in
THE YORKTOM' SdAR F,
:: i :: Be9ngen,& Bro
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TSI QBSKRVZa job pPiiyrWfNT
Bu bttorongnly tropUed wtta every needed
want, and witti the' latest tittles of Ttm. una mn
raanner dLJoblPrtnttnj'dto now be done with
neatness, dispatch and cheapnesi. we can rm
Blihatahort notice, ' , ..
TAB6, ttBCMFTB, PQ3TIB8,
T ' rfeoq tu irnnca, hajtdbills,
PlfrfJinjnfo CTBCULAB3, CHECKS, dp.
& - :W:
It will ptiy yoo to see our Dresa Good 4. We have
have a nice line of NunsVeillM
Bash Ribbons will
Colored Lton D IMe M S7So7 '
FroatFeward to the Bear,
MeSmith Music House,
Listrlbutlng Depot for the Carollnas-
GUI OKE RING
KBAN1CK A: BACH,
Southern Gein Pianos.
But We Beat That all to Pieces,
t5P CALL AND SEE ME. aa3
Will Guarantee 10 per cent on all Moneys Invested.
' 19" For Pars)ctriars call on or write to
attention to-the GARMENTS MANUFACTURED
that tne lone eipe-
up first class ttarmenta, and always
absolute BOTTOM PRICES.-, We do not bur Job
taarlaWv- offer the- public such CLOTHING and
IN THE ClYi
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