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THE J E ANNETTE INVESTIGATION
Dr. Collins in Washington 10 pusn ni
. . . t 1 3
Charges before the Committee.
vv icnTvnTov. Nov. 18. Dr. D. T
Collins, of Minneapolis, brother of Je
rome J. Collins, newspaper cuiieBpuuu-
ent who died wnn iuur ?""VrYiTdav on the farm and study
moutli of Lena river, has arrived here ng hard & .day on i uy
for the .purpoS ,of pushing his charges yrbm t bis
against, aw "K "-.6 "
expedition, tie win aa to u0
sen ted by counsel before the J eaunette
Board of inquiry. ...
He was interviewed lave last nigui
by the New York Associated Press re
porter 10 wnoin ue Bu u F-r"--
a series of interrogatories, winch would
be propounded by the Judge Advocate
of the Jeannette Board of Enquiry, to
Melville. Lieut. Danenhower, who is to
be re-catted, and to all the other wit
nesses. Collins will also ask to have his
brother's diary, which is now in the
custody of the Navy Department, put
in evidence before the Board. Collins
states that this diary willfully substan
tiate all charges which be has made,
that it sets forth the fact that his broth
er requested De Long to allow him to
accompany Noros and Ninderman, that
he was in better physical condition
than either of them and was confident
that he could pull through and obtain
succor for his companions, but that De
Long refused to let him go. The diary
contains a subsequent entry which is
substantially as follows: "Weare starv
ing and through the mulish stupidity
of our leader we shall probably all be
lost." Dr. Collins says that he can prove
by Noros and Ninderman that his
brother urged DeLong to let him ac
company them and that he was peremp
torily refused. Dr. Collins asserts that
he can establish his charge of system
atic persecution of his brother a per
secution due, as he believes, to jealousy
lest a civilian should reap an undue
amount of credit pr glory from the pub
lication of scientific material which he
alone had collected and the custody of
which he had insisted upon retaining.
The I'aiTersity ol Texas Laving the
Galveston, Nov. 18. The News'
Austin special says the board of uni
versity regents have made the follow
ing additional appointments: Dr Tal-
lichet, of Tennessee, modern languages;
Prof Vv M Brown, Vanderbilt univer
The corner stone of the University
was laid by Past Grand Master Mc-
Leary. The assemblage was large and
despite the cold norther, some 2,000
spectators were present. Amonj? them
Knight Templars, aldermen, regents or
the university, heads of departments,
Knights of Honor and of Pythias and
other associations, Senators and Rep
resentatives and other distinguished
visitors including Gov Stockdale. Many
curious articles were deposited in the
stone. The orator of the day, Gov.
Roberts, closed the exercises in an elo
quent and well received speech.
Acklen Will Not Get the Ceitificate.
New Orleans, Xa., Nov. 18 A Pic
ayune Baton llouge special says the
Governor is ignorant of any publication
intimating that he will issue a commis
sion to Acklen. He says the returns
have not been received by the Secretary
of State, and that in regard to the con
test in the third district no information
is before him.
The Baton Rouge Truth to morrow,
after the report of the interview with
Acklen, will say, it is to be inferred
that no contest will be made in the third
Afraid of the Committee.
New York, Nov. 18. A Times spe
cial from New Orleans says the people
of Tensas Parish are much exercised
over the possible action of the Congres
sional committee with regard to Missis
sippi levees. The North Louisiana
Journal expresses great alarm at the
approach of the committee, and influ
ence, which it alleges is being exerted
by Capt John Cowdcn, in hostility to
Fire in Texas.
Galveston, Nov. 18. A special to
the News from Fort Worth states that
at 3 o'clock yesterday morning fire was
discovered in a flour mill, and it, and 9
small nouses were burned: L$aS3!$4t),
000. Insurance $20,000.
A Beast Jailed.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 18. A
a white man. was arrested at
vesterdav. and placed in jail on the
rharcre of criminally assaulting hi3
wife niece, a girl 10 years of age.
Jack aa Jim Went D&wrb1?rlliil
"Considering I am in the foundering
ship myself," said Senator John Sher
man at the Fifth Avenue Hotel yester
day, "It ill benefits me to moralize on
tbe victory of one party and the defeat
of the other. This is no time for throw
ing stones or crying over spilt milk.
This is a time for working so that the
lostposrttoivrnay- betetrjfcved in 1884."
"Ttfen'ou have hopes that the Re
publican party will pull safely through ?'
"I always hope. Ka hatm can result
from doing so."
Imperiously but kindly gazing- upon
one of the diminutive clerks of the
Fifth Ayenue Hotel, ex-Secretary Jas
GBlaino was yesterday accosted by a
"How are you satisfied with the elec-rr
Theatatesrrian from Maine cast a
glanto kt.tbe interrogator sufficiently
withntftftiJnock.tan ordinary man
out;tmfllt)irflJpTK:,ey!p8 loftily an
swerettf '';?x' .
"Thorough satisfied. Are your"
"Perf ectly, Mr Blaine, I would like
to ask vou a question ottwo as to what
tffect ft will have on the Rep" .
"Don't know anythingSabout it, sir.
"Will any attempt be made to reor
"It Is stated that an attempt will be
made to reor "
"Verv likely." without waiting to,
hear the finish of the question. (
"How do you account for the larga f
"Can't account for anything, air,'
came the curt reply, as wrapping his
tightly-fitting overcoat about him and
buttoning his Bernhardt satin-colored
gloves, Mr Blaine, of Mine, turned or
his heel and sailed oat into the street
with rapid stride. It is understood that
he left to dine with Dwight Townsend,
who was gloriously beaten by Perry
The Revenue Kins.
The small majority for M. II. Pinnix,
candidate for tenator in Davidson
county, is due to tbe. strong fight h
made against the internal revenue syS
t and tho conseauent strong opposi
tion his canvass stirred up on the part
r,f the collector of this district. At a
nnmhP.r of olaces where he spoke in
the county, Everitt's understrappers
,r0 nrpapnt to oDerate against him,
anH the boss of the concern himself
came to the county to make speeches in
;hic Pinnix 'was tae Pniwyaijowecfc
'7." : .t; i,nii Ao-ilo t Hpnlifl that
rosslderabW Mt&l money vaa spent
Dfnat him and it is wellknownjthafe
W " ' " J i
tranincr was uouej uuu
outset that Pinnix would go t tHf
t that Pinnix would go tdtBf
e,wd go he wUL HjJ PV
CHARLOTTE, N. C, SUNDAY,
THE POSSIBLE SPEAKER,
A Personal Sketch ol Congressman
"John G. Carlisle is one of the great
est men in the country, said a promi
nent Kentucky politician the other
night In Louisville. I have known him
since he was a boy, and have watched
his course with agreat deal of interest
The tirst time I met him he waiacoun-
k,t a furm iu9t back or Covine-
ton. He was a pale, studious boy, work-
innnrfJnhn sitting oil in one corner
u V, hicr hook in his hand. H
with a j book in ui q
iuu1! L When he wa
He was a
he was about
7 he started to teach school,
years oia ne .q &
.. u all orea mm. He
r.n-hV. n sT Httle out-of-the-way school
house, and the story goes that he fell
desperately in love with a young lady
who lived in Covington, and was out
near where he taught visiting relatives.
I don't know why or how his courting
ended, but the lady in question is now
the mother of four phildren, and is a
very fat prosy looking married woman.
She lives within a stone's throw of Car
lisle, at Covington. . I was practicing
Iaw in thA rvwinffton district, and one
fHff feS going M mano Biweuu m
th nrt. house thai day on some land
titifl Roth of tntwrerfrfends of his
familv. and we toolp.coasiderable inter
eit, in him. We determined to go to
hear him maketiis maiden speech.
"The case was of a dry, hard, knotty
character, full of legal subtlety, and 1
thought to myself: 'Johnny, old boy,
you're in for a failure to-day.' There
was hardlv any one in the court room
pvewnt lawvers. and. considering the
p.as and the audience, it must have
been a most trying maiden effort. I can
see Carlisle now as he stood up in the
court room with a copy of the Revised
Statutes in his hand. He had that same
wearv. passionless expression on his
oale face that he has to-day. Without
the least decree of nervousness, in
plain, calm, quiet way, he began his
sueech. You could see that he had
mastered every detail, and the lawyers,
as they grew more and more interested,
moved their bodies forward and husg
on his words. I have no hesitation in
saying that it was the best speech ever
made in the Covineton court house.
Without telling an anecedote or crack
ing a joke, there was something so win
ninsr in his voice and in his manners
that the interest never flaeeed. When
he had finished the lawyers crowded
around him. the iudce shook him
warmlv bv the hand, and Tom Jones
who haDDened to be in the court room
told him he had a great future before
him. From that day his fortune was
made. Practice poured in on him, ana
in two vears he was doing more busi
ness than any lawyer in that judicial
district. I have heard him many times
since then, and he has never changed
his style or his manner. He has a re
markably sweet voice.and while I never
heard him tell an anecdote privatoly or
nubliclv. there is something about the
man that is inexpressibly winning. He
made an argument before the Court of
An peals in a murder case a few years
ago aud spoke for nearly two hours.
When he concluded Judge Cofer asked
the other judges to adjourn fer the day.
When asked by one of the lawyers, who
had a case set for that day, why he ad
journed court after Carlisle's speech,
the old judge answered crisply: 'I hated
to hear a good thing spoiled, as would
be the case it any other man had fol
"Carlisle's wife has a wonderful in
fluence over him, and it was due to her
that he did not go the way of too many
young politicians who come to Frank
fort and get a taste of the liquor that is
The Tattooed Woman.
"And are vou really illustrated with
cuts all over?" asked the reporter.
"Not yet," was the reply ; "but I'm
eettine to be."
An engagement was made for the re
porter to be present when the next
operation was performed. The reporter
was startled, not to say saocKed, Dy tne
promptness with which she displayed
various parts of her anatomical struc
ture when hficalled at her room. It
seemed a trifle immodest for her to
show in prrvare what she proposes to
xhibit-ki BubUa tor -a living ; but-after
, iriuf atriir)ie vtwitfuki? aeaae'of pro
fit efy, be lou-faidLwiitJi gjre&t interest at
certainlv the-SDoat -JBmarKaDie collec
tion of pittfe8 'eiler. exhibited. The
gQnjIeman q&VoieSjhis days to the
puncturing oi.hjfiwite'sf 'epidermis is a
i'MbedWicasfle bf Ttrtrtotretrictwith his
nowieuge oj tLLuuH&. fl.t,wiyi"S'Ji
tm wife's armsiegs and botty Took aaif
STSe 'liad had a poletit ertJptien ofcflags.
terrrbstones. alfesrorical hgures . and
"God biefts rmrhottp'." "Procrastina
tion as, tho ,tfotbf;: time" and "The
Uniott f orevet'' : fill up tbeintersticies
between Mfetoo'fcfiOrMV Cslypso-tfrid the
grave- of.Thoipaaa. Jeif.ers.on, -while a
large-trl-Cofo r adbrrra this; , ?ibt .thigh,
and a freeliand sketch; ol - ft' ,-pian-o'-war
is pricked in-te tbe; left::' Scores of
designs, no two of w bch ajijike. have
been engraved (so to speaS itt&rlesb,
and tua vacant soaoes are1 wrrwr; nneu
tj tla ho rlav hv otriprs.
"Ca'n I see jou putrba a,nw picture V"
aked the reporter. - - -
, f hfc ta'tteoef car-frrilv wetted a.small
camel's hair brush iti some iqdia ink,
rMriTtyi6Heo hut whieh ha ex
plained was -riBfliy .Chinese ink, and be
ean to examin bas.ubiect to see where
1th should- berin. After turning her
am-and two or three time's 'tlfr selected
it.stnaillif3iite.spot en her left shoulder
blade and raptdly sketched a near 1
nuiiitnrMi bv a Cuoid's arrow. . Then
he chose one of the several, bunches of
needies,aha.Degan to pries uwjbk iu.
! co ist deep enough to dra'w blood,'
said hB, "when that comes I Atop. Then
it, immediately swells uouke this, ana
he put Uis jffnger on a raw sore on her
arm.; ."Afteri tjbiefl ;bi. .fdut.days the
scab comes fff na u jooks jukb mis,
and hernifs'his frrrtfer oKer teft knee.
where mere 'waa-au auLjfijf ioowig
bTotrh of the shaDeof jHjrrtJThen the
. . . i. -i l. 1 1. :
skiri peels oft twice and in about a week
or-more ijuf juouc. ,
The -woman anaergoingiue uhiooiuk
is the danefttedrJof fweTl'to-doifarmer
in PennsvlvstniAian! is. supported by
remtttances from home-, ;wbito ber hus
band i3 devoting mmseiT to garnishing
her for her debut As soon as boo shall
ha ben sufficientlv bediwried, which
he tfjinks v?ill be in aJ few weeks, she is
to f ulflft an enageme-rrt of aytear at $20
a wek. Something like tSe'Cfirst year's
receipts haye been used apt, while, she
has heen nndereoinfi the torture of pre-
parationi but slifi calculates, unless the
fashions in tattoo changes,4o be nn t
trantion in anv "show" for the rest ot
her life.1 " '
Wartbr Notice, .
UenUs G. T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, and Jnbl
A Bartf , at Virginia, certifr se card with lac
slmllesot their signatures in another column.
that thej 8upervi tbe arrangements for all the
Monthly and BomMtrmual Drawings ol the Louis
iana 8t)te Lotle'TCpwpanj, and In -person man
age and control l Swwjtegs, and that the Isam
awrondficwwfcn BonsitMairness and in good
IsltbtowacialtparUea.. to-ffiesedsfs of decep
ttofl. tfiJrer-dee!aaUeBlrtlt meet with a
heartf nmautta tnfl Paittf the public, hi pair
ionaia.6f tfil peeuUar tnatltutton. the mlssfonot
whlcb is tb matateto a potee ckarity in the tlty of
appTRarrorrto M. A, Danphlrr, New ptlwaHS, Louls-
VT Till lUUW
... Qxaj rAOfta,cauafi anooyano, shicb LfarK
NOVEMBER 19, 1882.
Ba'.eLjh Nes and observer.
Court opened at 10 o'clock yesterday
The consideration or appeals rrom
the sixth judicial district was resumed
and causes were disposed or as follows:
State vs Robert Jones, from Meck
lenburg; argued by Attorney General
Kenan for the State, and Covington &
Adams and A. W. Haywood for the de
fendant. Commercial National Bank vs. Hutch
inson & Hutchinson, Irom Mecklen
burg, argued by Bynum & Grier for the
plaintiff, and Burwell & Walker and
Wilson & Son for the defendants.
R. M. Miller, administrator, vs. Pharr
& Means, executors, et als, from Meck
lenburg; argued by Reade, Dusbee &
Busbee for the plaintiff, and Jones &
Johnston for the defendants.
W. A. Roberts vs. Richmond and
Danville Railroad company.from Meck
lenburg; continued by consent.
a. i . Sumrow vs. W. J. Jlack and
wife, from Mecklenburg: argued by
Reade, Busbee & Busbee for the plain
tiff, and Burwell & Walker for the de-
Court adiourned until 10 o'clock this
(Friday) morning, when the considera
tion of appeals from the sixth district
will be resumed.
Twenty-Five Democratic Governors.
Elections for Governor were held on
the 7tb instant in fifteen States, and in
thirteen out of the fifteen the Demo
cratic candidates were elected, as fol
lows: California, George , Stonenian :
Colorado, J B Grant ; Connecticut, Thos
M Waller ; Delaware, Chas C Stockley ;
Kansas, G W Glick; Massachusetts, B
F Butler; Michigan. J W Begole; Ne
vada, J W Adama; New York, Grover
Cleveland ; Pennsylvania, Robert E
Pattison; South Carolina, Hugh S
Thompson ; Texas, John reland. The
Republican Governors elect are: New
Hampshire, Samuel W Hale ; Nebraska,
James W Dawes. Of lhe twentv-three
remaining States twelve already have
uemocrauc uovernors.asroiiows: Ala
bama. Arkansas. Florida. Georcia. Ken
Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina
and West Virginia; and thirteen Re
publican Governers: Illinoi?, Iowa,
Indiana, Maine, Minnesota, Ohio, Ore
gon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia
and Wisconsin. When the Governors
elect are inaugurated, therefore, tbe
list will stand twenty-fire Democrats
to thirteen Republicans.
Wash. Cor Baltimore Sun.
Assistant Secretary New has aban
doned his proposed Southern trip. He
and his wife were to have been passen
gers on the steamer Starlight, which has
the Mississippi river commisson on
board, but Mrs. New decided not to go.
Referring to the political situation in
Indiana, Mr. New said that State would
undoubtedly be redeemed by the repub
lican party in 1884 He says nothing rea
sonable can prevent it unless the demo
crats nominate "Joe" McDonald for
President. Then State pride will assert
itself and give McDonald its hearty sup
p rt. Mr. New said he thought ex Sen
ator McDonald was the strongest man
the democrats could select as the stan
dard bearer in 1884. He said he did not
think McDonald would accept the sec
ond place on the Presidential ticket. If
he could not be hrst he would remain
off it entirely. Mr. New declined to
make any further predictions as to the
campaign of 1834.
Don't Forget the "Sossodont,"
bat use It regularly after every meal. It Imparts
a pleasant flavor to tne mouth, changes offensive
secretions Into healthful, Invigorates the gums.
and cleanses the interstices of the teeth. Like old
Hercules, It purifies tbe Augean stables which
some hare In their mouth.
.Tlethcra Should Know It.
Fii-ttul babies cannot help disturbing everybody.
anJ mothers should know bow soothing Parker s
(Jlnger Tonic is it stops babies pains, makes
them Healthy, relieves their own anxiety and Is
safe to use. Journal.
Bheumade diseases. These ailments follow
from torpid liver and costive bowels; the skin,
bowels and kidneys falling in their proper work,
an acrid poison Is formed In the blood, which is
the occasion of these acute diseases. Kidney-Wort
produces healthy action of all secretive organs,
and throws off the rheoi matte poison. Equally
efficient In liquid or dry form. Inter Ocean.
A GA It O.
To all Who ar&'rtfrerinr Ironl the errors and in-
dlscreiloBs of youth, nervous weakness, early 4e?
Cay, loss of manhood, ftc. I will send a recipe
that will cure you, VHXX F CHABOB. -Thia
great remedy was discovered by a missionary! in
SouUx America Send a self-addjessed envelope
to the Bsv. Josxph T. wmaw, 3tauon D, rtew
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Brought Out Perfectly.
liOuhmjle-, if:, Marcb80, 1681.
H. H. Warner C0-f Irs:-1 had been a great
gonerer rrom acute kidney disease, wnicn my
physicians could not Cure, but a short trial 01 yo
daf Kidney and Liver Cure brought me out
perfect health. C H. uhkbaHU.
Mrs. WlBslorw'8 SootklBg 8yrnB.
Rev. Svlvanus Cobb tbu9 writes to the Boston
Christian Freema: -We would by no means re-
cororuefid any kind of medicine which we did not
Know to oe goor paruwnany ror lniama. out 01
Mrs. Wlnslow'8 SooUiinp Syrup we can speak from
knowledge: in our own family it has- proved a
bleslne radeted. b KtvtiiE an Infant troubled with
ooiic (xilrit, wtet flleep, and Its parents unknown
rest at nights Jftost Darents can appreciate tnese
b esslnes. Here Is ah arncle wnlcn works to per
fection, Bna'whlihX is taaMUMs; for the sleep
which, it anords-tne inrant 19 periecuy natural, ana
the Hftle cbPTHb awakes as "height as a Dutton."
lAnd drirmgthe; process of teething, Its value la
incalculable, we have rreeuentiy neaia motners
say they would not be 'without It from the birth of
the child till it haff -finished with the teething
siege, on any. consideration whatever. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
PreDaretfJrtonj tfctyjofciit frhts, wifh
out cof)iiQpof9touB oit9, acid$ orertifie
ial Essences? Always uniform in strength,
trithoVt aky adutt nation or impuritiei
Have gainSd ltieir Yeputation from their
per fact parity , superior strength and yual.
r, Admitted by all who bavt usedjhem
as th4 most delicate, gratefuf and natural
9ffpfixtc9,uddjng9, creams, t.
KAKTJFApTTJBSD BT '
STEELE Jz F&ICS,
' Cluoacfly Sit ahd 81. Xotafr, JC.t
akmafLmlbi Tawt Br. Mert Cnta BsMsf
NTS AKf. 19 ftf COMD GRADE COQSs
FARM FOR SALE.
A GOOD IAUf containing 78 acres, geod dWtl
son uouege, to-oa. sold witnin two weecs tm
pnoe ana particulars, address i
IPS MI DRESS
WK have just received another stock of HiNDSOMB DBKa-J FATTKHN3 atvlO.Sio, 918 and S26,
worth 1 F. S2n. SSQ and 835 call and see them, aa tuey an the newest thing out Also, another
lot of that 121fcc and 15e ClSHMKBK 12 blacus and oolors. The best stock of all wool Cutuami In
blacks and all colon, from 45c to 81.50 per yard. In thia city.
Satins, Sarahs, Ottomans, Brocades,
81LK9 all colors; an match anythlni
Jac&ets, Dolmans. Circulars. Ulsters.
and Children's Underwear, Ladles' and Gent' Furnlshm (Jools.
Cretonnes. Have lust received a large stock of
HATS and CAPS
At bottom agures. Trunks V-illses, Boots an 1 8" Mfc A QPZI 0tO ;k of Ready-made Clothing. Our
stock is replendlnhed dally by everything new thai cviouu w ask of the publls Is to give an
mipecttoa befote 61 ts.
Leading Clothjers and Tailors.
New Goods! Comet Styles! Closest Prices!
Our Patrons: The People. Oar Study: Their Interest Our Maxim: Fair Dealing,
OUR REWARD: SUCCESS.
TT7S Manufacture onr own lien's Clothing, and
v v other house can offer the same Hoods.
ed stock Of BKADI-MADK
in this section. OTJB Furnishing Goods Department comprise the lafst out, and we are confident that
for beauty and novelty will compare wltn any In Uie South. ; Xha last but, not tesk ow Bat Depart
ment, consists of only the latest out, and finest that could be found In the market, we nave taken
special pride this season to secure such goods that cannot be found elsewhere. Our prices in each and
every department are Invariably bottom figures, and every article sold with our guarantee.
Br- Thanking the public kindly for past favois, and soliciting a share of your trade in the future,
we are Very Bespectf ully, Zj, Berwangjer BrO-,
oct 1 Leading Clothlera and Tailors
W " a IP 5 2
ij S c Tc (k m ' r rn
o so a a
I NOW HAVE
The LARGEST and Prettiest Stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
WHICH 1 INTEND TO jlSLL AT
All are invitl jfbM
and learn the Pnces."
1V1, rfTiLrLk-JL All knXfrn)
l ll r w sr s 1 it l w
Id and Hotaii
ig. nECKWKiK; a large stock unitary lire 1 a ana uraameais,
, Plet"ts in all styles and prloea. A large stock of Ladles.' Gents'
lit to see onr uinain imoo nam
Harsraves k Wiek
Smith Building, East Trade Street.
sell at mooh lower prices than any
are now prepared to offer the largest and beat assort-
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