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DAILY GAt 0 f f E tQBSE V lj ft t FIAT , J U Np mr IJjf&ilto
CIIAS. Jt. JONES, Editor and PropHor.
rimiuii a ran PtwT-Omcn at CBAblors.
. C, AS aWJOHD-CUJB KATTXR.
F RID AT, JUNE 30, 1882.
Gen Stoneman is the Democratic
nominee for Governor of California.
It is said that Capt Paul Boyton, the
famous water-wader, has saved the
lives of seventy-two people.
President Arthur is an LL. D., for
which distinction he is indebted to
Union college, of Schenectady, N. Y.
The docks and jreight depots in New
York are almost deserted since the
strike of freight handlers began.
The widow and two children of An
drew Jackson's adopted son are said to
be living in destitute circumstances at
E. C. Ingersoll, the Washington law
yer, is said to have lost his mind by ex
cessive use of quinine, which he kept
about him and took frequently.
Merchants, fruit shippers and others
are talking of instituting suits for dam
ages against the Northern railroads
which fail to deliver freight on account
of the strikes.
Judge Underwood, of Georgia has re
signed his position on the bench in con
sequence of his appointment as one of
the tariff commission. Hon Joel Bran-
ham has been appointed as his succes
sor. The weather must be getting very
warm at Greensooro. The Bugle of
yesterday says : Capt Ellington has or
dered the Grays to meet to-night with
out uniform, but with fatigue cap.
If Mr Geo William Curtis keeps right
along after assessment collector Hub
bell he may succeed bye-and-bye in call
ing public attention to the monstrosity
of that style of plundering.
Edward H. Green, of the banking
firm of E. IL Green & Co., of Philadel
phia, committed suicide in that city by
taking poison. His body was found in
Fairmount Park last Tuesday.
Some of the Georgia papers object to
A H Stephens because he sometimes
uses whiskey for his stomach's sake.
Well, if he didn't use it for his 'stom
ach's sake" what would he use it for?
The Richmond (Va) State complains
that the Democratic party of that State
is in a sadly disorganized condition,
and unless a chance is effected it can
not hope to be successful at the ap
A hint from the Rothschilds would
be very effective in arresting Jewish
persecutions in Russia. They have on
ly to whisper in the "ears of the Czar,
and his ministers that they will not ne
gotiate the next Russian war loan.
The expenses in the star route trials,
now pending at Washington, for law
yers, detectives, mileage of witnesses,
&c , up to this time have been about
9140,000, to which will be added many
thousands before the cases are closed.
The defence must have spent very large
Philadelphia Record: It is true, as
Jay A Hubbell impudently asserts, that
there is no law to protect the poor pages
of Congress, the scrub-women, one-leg
ged soldiers and day laborers in the
government service from his method
of levying contributions, there ought to
De an indignant public opinion, more
potent than law, for their protection.
The Philadelphia Record remarks
mat it win taxe some neat gerryman
dering to district South Carolina so as
to choose six Democratic members of
uongress to one Republican, "but pro
bably not anything more scientific than
the present apportionment in Pennsyl
vania, whereby one-half of the Demo
cratic voters of the State are practical
A reversal of the usual order is thus
chronicled by the Washington Critic:
MA little before noon to-day a mounted
white messenger from the White House
arrived at the Interior Department
bearing a gorgeous bouquet for the
dusky and handsome Miss Needles, of
the Land Office, with the compliments
of 'Aleck,' the tan-colored knight of the
whisk who lords it over the underlings"
ui me puuuc expense.
The Burlington Hawkeye learns that
Sam Randall doesn't want to be Gov
ernor ot Pennsylvania, and is moved to
tell him this brief story: A beautiful
girl looked out of her window one day
and saw her rude brother out on the
sidewalk, walking about on his hands,
with bis feet dangling up in the air.
iom, sne said, reprovingly, "don't
Tom ; I wouldn't do that, Tom ; indeed
i wouldn't." "Wouldn't?" replied the
rude boy, looking up and speaking with
marked and malicious emphasis:
wuumu if cy jocks, you couidn tl
COL. DOCKERY'S LETTER OF AC
CEPTANCE. T At .
au ttuomsr coiumn tnis morning we
puoii8n a letter from Col. Oliver II
Dockery to Col. Wm. Johnston, of this
city, accepting the nomination tender
ed him recently by the Liberal conven-
AS M r
nuu ior wngres8man for the State at
Whatever else "my son Oliver" may
nave oeen accused of he has never been
cnargea witn double dealing. People
always know where to find him, and in
tnis letter he places himself fairly and
squareiy upon the Liberal platform.
lie Bets ionn nis views vigorously and
energetically on the subject of countv
governmentnd declares that the whole
internal revenue system should be
abolished, but if retained, the money
arising therefrom should be expended
lor DUDiic scouoi purposes.
-He also demands a free ballot and a
lair count, and refuses to be counted
ut except by snch a ballot at the polls.
Although a Republican, and one who
has been in public position a good deal
no rorrttpUonlhaS i Cver been traced to
hla doors, nor even an intimation of
such a thing so far as we have ever
It ia understood that he will cariY&sa
the State, and the 'old war horse of the
Pee Dee";will make things lively, as he
openly boasts that there is but one
sinmn naker In the State who can
make him "run into fils bole" CoL A.
li.Waddell.of WUminirton.-and Wad
dell says he makes Dockery pull the
As stated yesterday' the Judicial con
vention which assembled in Charlotte,
Wednesday, nominated Hon. Wm. M.
Shipp for Judge of the Sixth Judicial
District by acclamation. This was an
honor which was hardly to have been
expected, but one which was probably
Judge Shipp, if we recollect correctly,
served the State honorably and faith
fully a3 one of her judges on the bench
during the war, and until he was dis
placed at the time of the political up
heaval just subsequent to its close. In
1870 ha was called from his retirement,
and after a most exciting campaign he
was elected Attorney-General. This
was the first general election carried by
the Democratic party, and everybody
conceded the fact that it was due in a
large measure to the personal populari
ty of Judge Shipp himself.
Upon the resignation of Judge
Schenck some months ago he was ap
pointed to fill the unexpired term, and
if elected he will continue to make an
excellent judge, because he is a most
His opponent is Mr. h. F. Churchill,
of Rutherford county, lately nominated
by the Liberal and Republican conven
tions. The nomination of Mr. Frank
I. Osborne for the office of Soli
citor of the Sixth Judicial District,
was not less a surprise to him than to
his friends. He was not a candidate,
and his nomination is understood to
have been a compromise between the
friends of the other candidates. He is
a young man of ability, with a future
before him, and if elected we have no
doubt he will make a capable and
He will be opposed by W. G. Means,
Esq., of Concord, whose announcement
as a candidate we publish elsewhere
this morning. Mr. Means is a young
lawyer of character, and his entrance
into the campaign Means that a good
deal of solid work must be done by Mr.
Osborne between now and the day of
election, because Bill Means means to
carry oft the persimmons.
THE OUTLOOK IN OHIO.
A correspondent of the New Yoik
Times, which keeps a close eye on Ohio
affairs, thus sketches the outlook in
That the Republican party will be
forced to put forth its best effort to es
cape defeat is now clearly understood
by those who are in a position to know,
and the danger is now beginning to be
recognized by those who have hitherto
thought that the prestige gained during
the past few years could not be over
come by the opposition, whatever the
garty in power might see fit to do. Tbe
ihio Republicans to-day find them
selves confronted by a united Demo
cracy, and are threatened by a feeling
of dissatisfaction existing in its own
ranks among the German and Irish
voters, who two years since cast tbeir
lot with the Republicans. This defec
tion can no longer be ignored or talked
down. The information received from
the Hon. W. S. Cappeller, the auditor of
Hamilton county and a member of the
State executive committee, is to the
effect that the disaffection in Cincin
nati alone win cost the Republicans
3,000 votes a virtual gain of 6,000 for
the Democracy. Should Republicans in
Cleveland, Toledo, Dayton, Columbus,
and other cities show an equal disregard
for party ties it does not require an ex
pert in mathematics to ascertain what
the result in October will be. It is not
at all probable that the Democrats will
nominate a second Bookwalter this
year; on the contrary, they are likely
to put up their best man in the field, it
should be understood that the Republi
can ticket is not headed by Charlie
Foster this year, and that tbe sympa
thies of the people are hardly likelv to
be aroused to indorse the administra
tion of a favorite son, or an assassinated
president of the nation. Some event
may occur that will contribute to Re
publican success the Democrats, for
instance, may make a fatal error in
their platform or nomination, although
it is quite clear that they will act with
much caution in this respect. There is
much indignation felt here over the re
sult of the three days' contest in the
congressional convention at St Clairs-
ville, which was extremely bitter, the
convention finally adjourned Friday
night without agreeing. The opposi
tion to the re-nomination of Congress
man Updegraff could not be put down.
Anotner convention win he called with
an entirely new set of delegates, and
probably other candidates for congress
Gen Grant had a narrow escape yes
terday, being one of the passengers on
the Long Branch train which jumped a
bridge and went over into the stream
beneath, The General was rescued,
unhurt, from the smoking car by a fire
Proceedings in Either House Unimpor
Washington, June 29. Senate.
The Senate in the early part of the
morning hour resumed the considera
tion of the legislative, executive and
judicial appropriation bill. Several sec
tions were passed over mformallv for
future action. The committee amend
ment striking out the provision for
transfer in the district of pension re
cords from the office of the aurcftnn-
general to the adjutant-general's office.
Agreed to after a long and tedious dis
cussion. Without the completion of
the bill the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE. UlSCOCfc. Of New York
chairman of the committee on aDoro-
priations, reported a joint resolution
continuing and making available for
15 days after the 30th of June. 1882. all
appropriations for the necessary oDera!
tions of the government on the basis os
appropriations for the current year.
The committee on elections reoorted
a resolution in the contested election
case of Smalls vs. Tilman from tbe 5th
South Carolina district, declaring the
contestant entitled to the seat, All
this together with the minority resolu
tion taking a contrary view, was laid
over tor future action.
The House went into a committee of
the whole and resumed the considera
tion of the naval appropriation bill.
After a loner discussion the debate
closed and tbe bill was read by sections
for amendment The committee rose,
and the Senate iolnt resolution, contm
uincr for fifteen davs beyond J une SOth.
the appropriation resolution on uie oa
" ... mwt II I
sis of the current fiscal year, was passed
after some further unimportant legisla
tion. The House adjourned.
Washington, J anek Middle At
lantic nnrthe&st to. toutheast winds.
stationary or lower temperature, higher
rtarmnatar. namv-Ciouuy wentuor m
the extreme southern portion, sloca
main ' i .
local rains, partly ciouay weainsr.Bi,B-
- - ; V . . It i
Monarv or siiKnc rise u uBruiiiw3
Blight change In temperature sua ?a
nabje winds. . - :
U 1 1
if. iW an T.lvftr. KU":t7 f?ms.?f
Trouble, especially ETlght's t-iosesa on ElrcaLs.
as Bod Bluer never fells ef m. & mm.
GUITEAU NEARING THE ORDEAL.
: -. - . - . jt$$ '
No Weakening in His Appetite---Tak-.
ing Farewell of His Friends.
Washington, June 29. Up to this
forenoon Guiteau was apparently un
concerned about what was transpiring
around him. He slept until 8' o'clock
when he took for breakfast a pound of
broiled steak with unlimited potatoes,
bread and butter and a quart of coffee.
Later in the day as his relatives and
friends paid their farewell visits he oc
casionally gave way to little excitement
but the only manifestation of emotion
he made was when a bouquet was
brought from his sister, Mrs. Scoville.
This weakening, however, was vety
brief. He made a will bequeathing his
tody to Rev. Dr. Hicks, his spiritual
adviser, with the injunction that it shall
not be devoted to any mercenary pur
pose ; his book is also left to Dr. Hicks.
His counsel, Charles Reid. drew the
will. When taking leave of his Sister
he insisted upon kissing her for the
last time through the bars of his cell,
asking that it be so recorded. Either
Warden Crocker or Assistant Warden
Rush was present at all of these final
- At times Guiteau broke out in de
nunciation of President Arthur for his
cowardice, and of tbe warden and his
deputy whom he accused of hounding
him to his death.
Guiteau said he wished to be banged
at noon sharp, but the warden, Crocker,
has set the hour of half-past one.
The gallows and rope were tested
last night with a bag or sand weighing
250 pounds and stood the test success-,
RIBS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
WILL, CURE SCROFULA,
And Is unequalea as a TONIC. It will cure Rheu
matism, Cancer in its early stages, Heart Disease,
Chronic Bilious Colic, Eruptions, Skin and Blood
Got. Holden'a Opinion.
Balelgh, N. C, Dec. 2d, 1880.
I take pleasure in stating that a member of my
family has used Mrs. Joe Person's Indian Tonic
with good results. I believe her remedy to be ex
cellent for the purposes for which it Is intended.
W. W. HOLDEN.
Judge Strong's) Opinion.
Balelgh, N. C, Dec 1st, 188a
Mrs. Joe Person:
Madam Some months ago I was In bad health.
Buffering from debility, Indigestion and loss of
appet Ite, when a friend who had experienced great
benefit from use of your remedy, Induced me to
try it as a tonic. I did so with the moat happy re
sults. I take great pleasure In recommending it
as a valuable and efficient Vegetable Tonic, and
wish you much success.
GKO. V. STRONG.
Newbem, September 6tb, 1 881.
I have used Mrs. Joe Person's Tonic for general
debility consequent upon living in a low country,
and found great benefit from it as an appetizer
which gave tone to the stomach
MABY BAYARD CLARKE.'
After Other means had Failed . .
Oxford, N. C, February 2d, 1880.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured oar little girl,
w ho was badly afflicted with Scrofula in the eyes,
after all ether available means bad failed.
B. E, ELLIOTT.
I am prepared to PROVE that I have discovered
the vegetable antidote for Scrofula. My Remedy
will expel the disease from tbe system, thusren
deilnglt the best BLOOD PURIFIER known. I
have sold over 4,000 bottles, and have never re
ceived one unfavorable report Infallible for
Scrofula and Eruptions. Sold and endorsed by
tbe Druggists of North Carolina. Send for circu
lar containing testimonials ot remarkable cures.
These testimonials come, not from the far West
or the Territories, but from well known citizens
of your own State. Ask your druggist for my
Bemcdy. Price SI per bottle; $5 per half dozen.
For further Information, address
Mrs. JOE PERSON,
JunlB Frankllnton, N. C.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
JUNK 29. 1882
FUTURES. Nw York Net receiots : eross
Futures closed barely steady: sales 19 1,000 bales.
NovemDer 11.53 54
March 11.893 91
Nw York. ,
Governments-irregular. ...... ... .
Four and a half per cents
Four per cents
State bonds fairly active and lower
8ub-treasury balances Gold..
Stocks Dull but higher:
Alabama Class A, 2 to 5
Alaliama Class A, small
Alaliama Class B, 5 s
Alabama Clan C. 4's.
Chicago and Northwestern
Chicago and Northwestern preferred,
Louisville and NashvUle
Memphis and Charleston ...
NashvUle and Chattanooga
New York Central.
Richmond and Allegheny
Richmond and Danville
South Carolina Brown Consols.......
Wabash, St Louis A Pacific.
Wabash. 8t Louis ft Pacific praferr'd
western union. ,
CITY COTTON MARKET.
Ofticx or Tn Obsxbvxb. I
Chaklottk, June SO. 1882. f
The market yesterday elosed steady at the fol
Sood Mlddllnz. 12
StrtcUy mlddUng 11
Middling. 11 h
strict low middling 11'
Low middling. 118-1
Storm cotton &ffl7tii
Sales yesterday 20 bales. ' s , ! .
A new supply of goods, including
HOSIERY, I ACES, EDGINGS, LINEN COLLARS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac, Ac.
Also FBUIT JARS, quarts and V gallons.
C. M. ETHEREDGE,
Variety Store, under Traders' Nat Bank.
ATTOENJSY AT LAW,
Office on Trade street, nearly Opposite Court Bouae,
'& 3se?s&QQteae U skhsiv Mmpt aoandon
1 E2Erar?!K3S8 I Ifsa&JWftJ Bffnk, Chariotta, I, X
SclsiS MsttloiMil BDk. SHUi"iirHrCL, tion. V.P.
Pnsa, mi-imam mwm Korui Carouna
The Public is requested carefully to
notice the new and enlarged Scheme to
be draum Monthly.
CAPITi. PR1ZF, t75,000. -SS$
Tickets only 5. Share In Proportion
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
'S 1888 for 25 b' 016 I8ls"
ujture for Educational and Charitable purposes
3.?I81'000000-to which a reserve
fund of 8650,000 has since been added.
-overwtlelmln8 popular vote its franchise
Part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d. A. D. 1879.
xne only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by
tne people of any state. It never scales or post
pones. Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly. .
'' A SPLENDID OPPOfcTtTMITY ?
WIN A FOBTUNK SEVENTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS G, AT NEW ORLEANS, j
TUESDAY, JULY lltb, 1882,
146tl iriontbljr Drawing1.
Look at the Following Scheme, under the ex
eluslye supervision and management of GBN. G.
T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and Gen. JUBAL
A- -KABLY, of Virginia, who manage all the Draw
ings of this Company, both ordinary and irml
"n"l and attest the correctness ot the publish
ed Official Lists.
CAPITA li PRIZK, $75,000.
100,000 Ticket a at Five Dollars Each.
Fraction, In FiUb In Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 CAPITAL PRIZE, 75,000
J " ' - 25,000
2 pbizes oiw.000 i2',boo
" 600... 10,000
1 50 25 000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. ,
9 Approximation Prtaea of $750. 16.750
U Approximation Prizes of 500....... 4.500
9 Approxhnattotr Prtees oJ,' 250
1867 PrLaee, amounting to......-, u: $285,500
Application for rates1 to clubs should only be
mace tonne office, of the company In New Orleans
For further Information. wrlt clearly, giving full
address. Fend orders by Express, Registered Let
ter or Money Order, addressed onlyto ,
, M. A. DAUPHIN,
u . n.n.., New Orleans, La.
M. A. -.DAUPHIN, t ; : - ; .
. 607 BeventH t,:Wsjhlngton, D. a
N. B. Order adrimaaAd tn KAm-rMonn. -hi !
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE-
In the City of Louisville, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 30th, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundavs exeent.
ed) under provisions of an Act of tne General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Conn on Marsh M .
rendered the following decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Dlstribaiton Com
pany Is legal.
2d Its drawings are fair.
Tbe Company has now on hand a large reaerv
fund. Read the list of prizes tor the
10 Prizes, tliOOO each..
20 Prizes. 500 each 10.000
100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000
200 Prizes, 50 each........ 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each 12,000
1000 Prizes. 10 each 10.000
9 Prizes, $300 each, Approximation Prizes (2,700
9 Prizes, 200 " " " 1,800
V razes, loo ' it goo
l,960Prlze. Jl 12,400
Whole Tleketa.S2; Half Tickets, 91 : 37 Tickets,
oy, oo llCKBtB, 91 uu.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
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S5 and upward, by Express, ean be tent at our ex
penaa. Address all orders to
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Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York.
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THS nnderslffned offer for sale or lease
A. bnlldlags and grounds In the suburbs ot Char
lotte, N. C, where , the .H. j&. MUttary Instttote
formerly was eanled on. sad where f or the last
ntBe-yearm, Che Caannat MOJtajry lascttoia hat
The buildings aadgreanda an b tedrrpext.
mo wnere in uw sou in are mere any superior, tor
the purposes of a BOARDING SCHOOL of a nigh
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F TO OUB STOCK OF
SPRING AND S
best Goods mads, will saii
grades, and of various stvles and Drt.. h3n iiT
satisfy themselves of the truth of our aasertioas." T """
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WE HAVE STOPPE ! SELLING AT COST, BUT OFFER OjDDS at
SUCH ASTOMSHINGLYLOW PRICES
' Tha fiie Fable cannot ferceive the Difference, i beautiful stock of
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DELER IN
ALL KINDS OF
A FULL LINE OF
PARLOR and CHAMBER SUITd. COF
FINS of all kinds on hand. No. fi West
Trade street, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Statesville, 1ST. C,
snr tjhce: stzite,
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS AND IN COMPETITION TV I Til ANY
JOBBERS IN THE COUNTRY. THEF WILL, BE GLAD TO
, , QUOTE PRICES TO THE TRADE.
Says you Can Buy a
Via Western North CarolinRailroad.
InteiTiational Cotton Exposition, 1881,
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If vrtl Uffainifl I ntltilrttnfl fho CranrivDrifn .
HorKL7Pa Kiarantee sattsfaction to an nn.,.-.
w wants of both the city and cbuntn S!
Round Trip Wet From
Aeheville for $8.20,
' " 16.20,
FURTHER AHEAD I
the Honor & at the
;l i f m 4
Hi Svool Co
Co. , Chartbtte, N. C.
bole In after him, 1 v." ",y. ,f