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There is another paper in the May
number of . the Jgprth American lie'
view mat win : attract - attention
orobablv. It . is a defence of that
.... i j-:
monstrous sore on - the lody politic I
known '?as fMormonisni. .Itia, from
the pen of one of the 'Saints" Geo.
Q. Cannon, Mormon delegate to .the
Congress of the United States. " This
U. Q. V- is also an lder in the so j
called Morrrjcn Church- Ilere we
have an open defence of the crying
.a --- i
sin and outrage against deceDcy from
. . . J - I
one of the "elect, . and he, too, a I
Hepresfnutivesl It is well enough I
to have the defence of polygamy
placed before the people ; by one of I
: . . " . - .
its chief indulge and exponents. I
We do not psrrpose following elder j
delegate ti. . Cannon throagii his
discussion at rnach length.' "Tj
Mr. cannon gives nis own peopie i
an excellent character for honesty,
l. i . 1.1 lr . . . . - I T . I
autiusiry ana ooeuienue lo iaw. ue-
kj-iuse this can be said of them he ar- I
I . . ,.!!..
kues they ought not to be molested I
ii their plurality of wives' business. I
iiie Mormons are wonderfully men- I
mous, quoth the "Saint," therefore:
hey should be allowed to violate the I
iws of Christ and of society, and;
hiuud appropriate to themselves all;
f the fooh8h,weak, possibly corrupt,!
ouiei they can find . who may be!
tent to have one husband parcelled
oiuv ainotiii a aozen or twenty women.
The paper of the Mormon elder is
a! ruber poor effort, whether viewed
a to style or , argument. But what I
could anyone say in defence ot sucn
a base, corrupting system worthy of I
cj u8ideration, although he had the I
wit of Kabelais or ; the eloquence of j
Macau lay r 1 he article is very much I
lieiow tne standard of the JSorth I
American Iteviete, or indeed of any
respectable publication. Elder Can- 1
non tbiuics bis set are doing a benevo
lpnt act when they marry two or a
Half dozan women beoauae all of the
ten will not marry and there is a
irplus. Generous Cannon! Self-
' . I OIL. C! -I".J I
also builds upon tne foundation of
pairiarcns. . iui wnat. .aoout me oin-
e.r side of the question? If i man
ay have five wives at once,: why
nW not a woman take uno ; herself
qvS nusnanaar j xt , polygamy oe
...;..,i j i. i..
T..j,au.. jm4 . v-y.y Wuf
. 1 t . . ... , . . I
poiyaoary De iDe ngn. inmg toor
Mave -iuorm -n women . no ngptsr
hifc.m. m .l,A,U.. Will i
. 4 , , .
some of the "strong-minded" take up
the crv for refoU anion- the Mori
' . ' . : . . '- . I
imayl be kerned of ood report
aid beautiful and faintly or avot
lltunil anil nnmiinil I hit hunintnrt h I
man of that "persuasion" to have two
f a dozen of the mortals with bifur-
eated iuteguments? But the Ameri-
can people are not prepared to tole-
rate either bigamy or polyandry.
il '' . i .ii . . ' I
iney uoiwi prupose vo aiiow a peo- i
pie to enjoy. all of the. blessings of
Christian civilization and at the same
time . to trample under unhallowed
feet the laws of the Master, the laws
of.the land, the laws of decency, of
purity - and of nature Elder Can-
non's shot, will tall powerless before J
the incombustible walls of true re-
ligiou and purity. "r i j
i- - . .i ..? I .1
I 1 Tl. ' T 1 "5
MOUC1B1 tfuocuu juauo W OS UU1U IU
.Liv- J-f .s -o.-.. ta.:
isunoombe county, this State, Decern-
i L . -, ,v . . .. , , . "
CaVblina Jn-;i816. Buncombe . his
done well in producing leading men.
Swain. Xane. . Merrimoo, ' the two
VanceSj the Senator and the General,
have all made speeches "for Bun
combe" and I were natives of the
NORR A8(iUT QDININK AR A PK-
j It appears as if ihere are two opin-
1008 0t the ae of quinine a a pro-
phylactic DnThomas G.White gives
J- - ; I
ui experience ana ooservauoDS in toe
found in a malarial district where he
. . , , ,
jL . . . f . 7 :
luU8e woo iook wnisicey in moderate I
?se fo breatlfh, morning
four grains. ..But other,, ,t 'seems;
i ..... y . . l Kit
canties aid not escape the levers. Dr. I
r : . T - , 4
ernic pfgaundiowhilst othersho
did not take r the 'whiskey hditf I
"v,- wU.OB5j, iv
reports another ? astqnndingja Jt
.. . - - I
when attacked ruh pneumonia had
."well marked hepatic complications j
"Farther, in naisnance of oar bbserva
lions to reconcile a preconceived theory on'
my pan mai me use or quiniqe couuquoub
ly predieposed to hepatic deranzements. I
recollect distinctly in conference with Dr.
Purcell we fonod : that a . cercentaee of
from the complicationa described had been
sucn as naa asea me quinine as a prophy- I
iiuDdictd. and that one or ivn.h I
we particularly noticed as uncomplicated I
either nsed the prophylactic or the unadnltei I
rated whiskey during the same time. : This
admitted depurative effects of quinine and I
t ihf acknowledRed and well established
insufficient doses, f r.;-r::-o . 1
Miifi'iiii'tii.ifiri in iiit'firiiir an n iniunopinniA
JJf.om ". well aa from my previous
expeuence. 1 have established, in mv nwn
satisfaction at least, that the use of Quinine I
ior parpotes oi propnv mis mav Deor ia- I
gard ib to say the least, liable to objections I
. !'8 ,r!m ?
given to counteract." i ; . .. I
iwnuu nuui lue uuchs u ia oricinaiiT i t
His subsequent practice, he says, I
confirms ihe theory he formed first I
in the war. If what Dr. White says I
should turn out to be correct, and the I
matter deserves tne attention of phy I
sicians, there may be a considerable
cnauge in me practice ot tne future. I
1 1 . ' . . 'I
If whiskey should be after all the
great prophylactic, it is to be appre-
..... : f.
hended thai chills will be on the
VVe hate Beeir within a fortnight
two new views in medicine advanced
.new to our unprofessional eye, A I
very strong assault is. now waerurff I
against vaccination. Medical writers I
declare it is very injurious, is no pre-1
ventive of eraall-pox, ia almost cer- I
tain to develop other diseases, Bpecial-1
new view to us, although it may be
old to the medical profession.- And I
now comes anotner tneory that whis-1
key is the real prophylactic against I
malaria, wnust old fashioned quinine I
is insidiously mischievous and may I
cause unsuspected diseases todovel- I
op nereauer. vv men is tne right view I
it is not for; us to say. We would sup- I
pose that Dr. White would be a very I
popular physician m his.section. I
; 't : ; . ,
We have pnblished - the fact al-
Jeady but it will bear repeating, and
ibl8 time editorially. North Caro-
acre than any Southern State in the
production of cotton. Now remem
ber that. Then again remember this
fact : that North Carolina raises the
fiDe8t touacco in "America, secures
,he h:heBt nritip. .n1 .; ,a - .,;
r - o -- i
abroad than anv nthr Stat- in tn
' ... J . I
North Carolina mak-a mnrA
- . ft . - ,. . .
7 ..' , . I
to the hand in tobacco-raising than
, . - 6 , 1
y to r emem-
ber that, North Carolina makes I
. ! . I
f a fi-rat quality to
theacre tUan any oLher State F I
De Jaroette was too insaoe to be
hanged, but not insane enough to be
confined. He has returned to North
Carolina as free Jas the winds. It
"i ' . " - -
ones look aalf th nnminnl UrnTo
still very defective.' His own sister
lies in the erave sent : thA-A hv hi
own murderous handwhilst he walks I
about among the. sons of -men acquit-
ted of all blame because he -was in-
8ane. ; Hutnan life is woefully cheap
in this great country. - In proportion
to ooDulation there are aTinnt , ton
-!'-' . .... ..
murders iu the United States to one
in TTnivlan To it. Viuonsa f Vi a !. i-
I ,- vywwwuw liuo 4 IT 10
I , . ,
. , p . . i . . . ?
Madges unfaithful: or is it because
mVIAfl AVOi A-nW-kl ' ' k-
" ch greater amount of
uuauuut-rai.eu. .ueviury among tne
citizens ol this C free country than in
the mother country ?
During tbe' week, up to Thursday,
the arrival of immigrants at New
York had reached 14,0.00. .
A SA1IIPEB BIA1.IONEB.
i, m r ,
Ma8gachuttL 48: gtiid v la a
fair sample of that class of nejnro-
i or iue miqaiuesox ineir ioreiatnera.
llT- . -, -i t T 7-4"-..v o '
rxle told a wild story in the Senate
about a Yankee who had been burned
. , . . . -
itfloWm ThW DaweV saia
nraa Ant rrnttrfn ffthtnrioa hut. i rt
i'-d. "ivSjr ftrso.- . -
tnfl mn '"Tha-nflVf timff inaa Ilia'
the yictim of thi
ailin VIULIIll III L1IIH MbUMBUUUUH QUULB
i CharlesHeatlw ffhl
ji Wrible storVxf ' brutaHty an
ozing. it is shocking;
sense's- quite blood-cnrdkng.
f This was'the very thing old Dawes
.was in search of. This was the very
grist : bis outrage-mill ! stood in need
Of."5 :' "Now I will civec it to them."
said the veteran teprobate; "now I
will aTtale unfold that' shall squelch
fairly - and forever those Southern
fellows with their 'plantation man
nera . Wnat followedr liawes naa
:hUaxv. Th& statemenVof tnia i Mas-
sachusetlS Munchatisen this Charles
Heath ' the' sufferer and fleer was
paraded in the South. And now how
Let us attend to the record.
. t?: ; r--t.-.
(for there are many gentlemen there;
all re not Daweses and HeathsV.tele
graphs to Senator Jonas, of Louisi-
ana; that this veritable Charles Heath
has such a very dilapidated reputa-:
tion for frwfAthat he ought not to be
defended by the Dawes who is:al-
ways picking at the South. This is
point number one. . But this is not
all. ' Attend. :
. - . , . . . , ... . - . .
Second, Senator Jonas stated that
a complete vindication of - the people
of Caldwell county, Louisiana, would
be sent to Washington at once, and
then wte shall learn more of , this
Massachusetts liar who becomes the
aecdser of a whole people because, as
h allp(oalia Mttnn trn vu hnrnt
But this, is not all to date. Attend
; ! Lieut. Governor McEnery, of Lou-
isiana, telegraphs to Senator Jonas
Dawes's friend burned actually. his
own property to get the insurance.
was $4 000 upon it. Ah, do
yon see? The appraisers allowed the
old villain $1,000 which was just
that much too much. The grand
jury investigated, the matter and -by
July, next, a trne bill, against this
Bame Charles Heath will have been
fonnd. ! Kow yon understand why4he
rascal fled the State. The law is after
himl This fellow flees when no man
puraues. JNot content to escape the
clutches of the law, he enters the
witness-box and' becomes the accuser
of a whole State. The Massachusetts
Jack Dawes is the counsel of the ma
lign er. ; ...AAA ,.u;AA j
I This is really , a fair, statement of
the matter as it is thus - far revealed
on this the 22d day -of April, 1881.
It w iust such fellows of the more
, - ......
depraved kind who are caueht up to
. , ':. .. . ..
brinff raillmff accusations and bear
1q te8tfmoIlv affain8t the Southern
. -j .y -a- .
. RU8SIA.1V BBFOBSIe
. vi ' ww-.
knowledge of the . condition of his
Empire and of the nature of Russian
administration, he having ; been; a
member of the Grand Council: of
thej Empire for a long time during
his father's reign, lie has had also,
a ' considerable military ' expenence.
He is, therefore, not L a novice in
State craft or war matters. He must
know a good deal of the corruptions
h9ih l? the civil ahd military depart-
ments. He knows how defective was
the Commissary department in the
late war with Turkey, and how wide
spread was : the corruption among
officials. AH this was lcnown to the
correspondents of 1 newspapers r and
outsiders, and must be known also to
the Czar." He " will know where to
begin his reforms,
I - b - .
The latest information concern
ing - his policy, is that . he j will
carry out the liberal, policy first
created by; his murdered father,
He begins his' reign by making
liberal concessions.! It ib almost cer
tain that he will make much greater
strides than even his father made to-
wards a cohstixutional government if
ie ip permitted to live by the 'assas-.:
sihs.&. The, following which 4 we clip
from the Philadelphia iess- shows,
that the new Emperor fmeans 'fto
take no step backwards?? nf,
Ha the Coundil of ' ffioSter it appears
that the propoaaL to conroka a quasi-popular
legislative body, met with nine favora
ble and five unfavorable votcsa. ' The Es-r
peror would therefore be justified by prece-'
dentlf he took no further action in the mat
ter. . It "will be seen that hearted promptly
and firmly in Ordering an ukase convoking
a committee of Representatives for the dis-
msb'nn tt of a wnattprfl ;: .TnTft 1a thw first I
step toward a constitutional a86embly, which I minbuh Itema " whiQhA
nif h MiMfitedtii follow in due time:?' H'oew-waairy noneansT
men when the Uar takeso init-; SoiTO
tlve in calhhg an assembly to discdw Jjl-.t; "JkSAi ' ' Utte0' Ci. demand .3termt.. til. Soies W. tS&SZot
I i - -. -r v . ' ; 'a- v : i antt jioriBvii,Tn.jueraairjBwnaniotneKi t -ra- T.rT.wr.rrTrT7U- A&zn: VsJfcvXl ttfHieiiveru, i4rary Addfesa
ir-:- ,r", , tt- : l - .-.!..-: ! " t . it . ... -r r . .i - m nan Hrii' Mwt r ii iHiiiHiniiKrHii hiiii - aa in i -
inandAr-inlr.htpf, of the Tlichmond &
has issued, an order, tne eiiect ot
vhich itf to itjwlll discontinue!;
business relations between the Caro-
lk nntrl nnA ih CharlottA and
Atlanta Air-Line Railways. - This
latteVroad,asisknown, has. recently
Veen leased by the Andrews-BufordH
Clyde Combination, and ; the A. B.
C7s are beginning early to show us pot ;
i - - m I
Only that the North, Carolina System
is a inyth, but that they are:deter.
mined;tbsw if;: the whole people of
the State are not ready to fall dowft
nd worship this grandest of all the
grand monopolies that ever attempt-
edtoplace footon thejieckof a free
peupic. v ..-tij- I
i The Carolina Central now stands
alone m its opposition to, all combina- I
tlons. It is and will be free and inde-
; I - 1 "i - ' ' i ; j I .
pendent of all alliances hurtful to
North Carolina interests, and will be
managed in the interests ot the conn-
4 mrm T aAn wy Vk iiVi waia T a a AodA n I
tially a North Carolina road, and as
such it deserves the encouragement
of all who are not willinc to see our
whole ' system of Southern railways
- - . , . . .
pass under the control of those whose
only wish is to build up Northern
ports. , ;
f But does the Riohmandj& Dan-
ville really expect to render its posi-
Uon-at Charlotte impregnable ? Has
Col. Buford ever heard, of a man
-called Garrett -AJrt aline of railway I
called the Virffinia Midland? If not.
h. will hearfrom both very" Boon.
miarr rr tji..- - a.
x ne v irginia jxuaiana .is io De ex- i
-. 1 . . .-- -I
tended ' southeastward into South I
-and will connect .with and
r nae a Tiortinn of tW trark of
the Carolina Central between Iron. I
Station and Shelby. From Shelby J
it will move down through the finest I
agricultural region of South Carolina, I
and what the Carolina Central may I
lose from its connection with the Air-1
Line it will more than 1 recover
i. s." .-:' i. .u- iliza r
W"V6U iw wuucuuuu. wiw iuo x.xiu- i
land. ' ;,: ''. ' v ' ' "--.v , j
f - i-jj . t -J 1
The Kicbmond & Uanville cannot
'force the Carolina Central into terms: I
- ; , . , - I
nor can it . levy, contnbntions on the
wholA:neonlnr of North 'Carolina.
There is a day: of : reckoning ahead;
and when that ' da v does come, it
the Andrews-Bnf ord-Clyde ! monop- I
oly; and with it will go down some
of those who now plume themselves
- . . . i
I r ! . . ! . ?V I J . . - 1
on the high place they occupy in the
hearts of North Carolinians, i ? 1 i
fliRivi.m opiriok nir rnriTRn.
CiKlI "UK'S WriRlUH OIT 1OnrilBl"
B. ,j v ?t i . ... ;, I
runaninsi i . -j .,..,.,1.
; ; Thomas Carlyle was a very satur-
tine cittic. He was a great genius,
: a UZia
a U lU-WUlouijjpci, auu jcu i uy ,uiu
most men in poor esteem.
TCn tnnn I
ever : had . less - appreciation i of the
nf hia flnntomnnrsripfi than he I nity years ago. no'wiw tw jwuu6 i u Ayu vumiiuj ...K....a..-.-ot
nis contemporaries man ne j. j .. .' --'JV; Irengaii.ooking in Pennaylvania or in
had. " His very entertaining' and
unique Reminiscences"--so full of
ppetry and pathos is filled in places 1
f . . s . - I
With casual remarks about famous
men he knew tnat are as wide of the
mark in most instances as possible,
Thb- contemptuous depreciation - is
most pronounced Tand singular.1 He
V.. t,nt M-i;-l nrnrrta frt. an- of
ui w...ir w.
the more eminent men be knew,
We copy some 5 of 'his- utterances;
ns wW.wu wi ..u
Thev will show tow exaggerated bis
dispreciation, and how little real in-
sight he had into the! intellectual
worth of the . foremost' men and wo-
men of his time. lii I ? I ? ;i ?
Of Thackeray he said: "What is
v.- - - anrth : -o1 iiB?". TTo nnlxr -aw
, . i AI
'wondrous ignorance and ; shallow-
ness in vnanes iamo, ana speaxs 01
his :Vfrosty... artificialities, ghaBUy
make-believe of '-wit.'' The great
KODert xiau was w mm oniy va uMt
bv. puffy, but massy, eardest, forci-
ble-looking man." DeQuincey was
"a pretty little creature, full of over-
4rawrnn ingenniUesbankrnpt ienthu. j
siasms, bankrupt 7pride, ; J Sfkfji
bright, readyBioainelod talked
winded.:, H8f ate oitfh?g to opinions,
&c. waa; Kardlindaoi oitfinfi
Btrangweak xreatnre, ilaunched d
and mother.-of idead'dogi.'
4le : ovwtatLorajemeyliasta I
critic qnite ailmnch'as he disparages j
rii-k:-"ji-.t.- vi.li:L TT- I
saysi the'dutmguishedleditor .f .the.
ve(uiuGej.auu olucc jumcurivico. xao
t f.Al'-inii-ii. -it.
i.uab greav ? poeuw?i. j:geuus, ..jreroy j
Tt.lk 'rtWoli: Wa W nnW ttA'' I
- k.V ma f .rt 1
! Ambns? the UoknoWledffe4 critical:
masters of tnis tinie in Europ4 Shelley
is regarded as one of thew?st mar-J
yeUous poetical geniuses of the Eng-I
lish - Bpeaklng raee We could HU
i i - . r - -- - 1' I
columns to establish this. There is a
consentient - opinion . as to the wonr
drous wealth, beauty, 4eUcacy and
splendor of poor Shelley's mind;; The I
othe day the greatest UvingEngUsh
critic, ' Matthe w: Arnold, . in an ad-
vv orusworin is iue greatest poet 01
this;century. anyio only louna tne I
" - ' - f -aw - i '
meditative poet of Rydal JMount "a
rather dull, hard-tempered, unpro- I
i i - . i : i , ? - i 1 .. -t ; s. i M-f i -..---'-.
? He had a poor opinion of Harriet
mf ' : 3 rf"f 1?l!.a TZT.
was ot the opinion that HM. would
have been a ereat success at the head
'of some bie female estabUshment
mistresa of some immense dress shbt) 1
-zz ...... -,z. ... i.
for instance (if she hadj a dressing
For the rest she was full of
NigeV. fWaUcisins'j iowrab'Jipt I.
(e; g. ) her brotheF Jamesf (a Sbcibianl
preacher of due quahtv). - Tlie 'ex- 1
change of ideas' with her was seldom
of behoof 1
Kiiow the kreitit finale writer of
- - - i ... . B.
-i . -
bling woman.w ; He thinksthe whole
.1:k- -.p niAlnkf nl
ttibe otauch Wte:wd not al
Mrs. Carlyle "if all were boiled down
and distilled to Tessence." So' much
f or Carlyla aa a critia -of contempo-
raries.1 He was nevertheless lone of,
the createsi'ireniuses 'of 'the bine-'
teenth century and. one of its most
ppwerfol and entertaining anthbrs.
. . . I t
i j pB4'R FOB lEilVtBA.riCB.
r i Mr.-Jonas said that if the Senator from
'HTaaah aatta tmA ha thtt mtriKnAM tn
he had made were unfounded, or that be
nau noi eviuence io Busiain. vicuj, iucto
woald naye Deen no. occntion lot biiu'
(Jonaa) to take the trouble tO show1 the
.1 .u .. n - - rpr a.n...
Pia in which Judge . Bridgera. resided. I
wouta jmnw amum m Pfw".
mat uib jo. uau uu uccu um auiuug uivu.
. n i , .
1 3t ft.i'S
.... i- .
I mi . i i a o i t
, xna$ was wen aone, oeuawrjuuiw.
The whole South will echo the prayer
of Louisiana and fervently and reve-
h ' ".. :-
I i;,-. A .a--n-r-a aaTlanaa
luailuouu3 auu jnuanutvia.iM
. . ,. r .
ana his trine, ooa J.ora aeiiver us.
isy , tne way, tne J anove passage
reminds ns of a well-known Metho-
dist aivine of .this! state ana toe
Player he offered to f God. more tban
. . p-..- - ..............
men in tne miniswy auuwa-. uwuB
broken jnto; .the ; itmerant harness.
MattamusKeet swas me aeiigflnoi
p uia ' 'iTw. rrt -w- -riaK r-tn
kaow more of that section fifty years
ago just ask,the old-time itinerant.
Well, this yonng inin'ister -fiadf run
i . . m . . .
the gauntlet ana nis .first year - was
I ClOSlDff. US WES St U1S laSli mBBMHK
, ... . . . f ,
and was off ering his last grayer before
taking his departure for Conference.
He became ferventia his petitions and:
beseech Thee to send to these people
1 for the next year a preacner wmrai
. I ; ; I -- . ... 1 BUB J1UW1 aiS T U W. .mj ,euluu vuw. i nn- . V.a Urullant that Iha .
world in all time, he has only f and ornggista are required to keep a record
that she is a "celebrated scriby I of all pbisona sold, ? under 1 the fjiead oj
oreacher." Over , in. the ."amen cor-
- inrtwi rtnHfl'S7ftl -
ner .:a brother, gavoutla Jtones
luubi aa wuu. .u-
not faroff atHatteras A MES,f xt
tn . . .. : : rL.':
was not dismayed broonf bunded.
if nothing had happened he continued
I his address to the: throne of grace:
"And, obIordwe dmOstflnimbly
beseeeh Thee that thou woulda't end
hie whom be likes Tetter thaahejdoe
these c people ' for .ChristV; si&Pj
jieOTe-tlatigb 7m Jslthj?
Other side. ' . For a quarter. of a cenr-
iuryome othose opleerriem
berea Beirw SVilliam ..31ii8XX3l.'i
Peru is io a ba"d fix, Af ter waiing: I
wa withlChili thei
-ilik. w -... . I
t " : i,, izz .
devastated and impoverished country.
protract a contest in which it is dam
aged and pounded at every turn. To
the vmtor. belong the spoils, and in
m8 ID"BUtJ PTf up
rge ... iW-n fU;;i.;t cA.a
j . j . A - , TI,mn,g.j
kii. i tn l
Ltn -rvU I Xfnnrn- th I
, . - . details' but I
zUfa vJatf. oi
frnrn ihb -RaWrPf
1 - . a ja I
w' w jyiii u luiiusi
sWitSMsU. :V-J witfcont I
au a unuiu c vua a wuvii w aw a
-tfffi&fa 0f me kind.it really ap-
!'Bar?,,ua,, fcU "uo '."wjrA"
rnn iiini mhnm.
.Old Dawes got another lick on his I
9al ..Dawes interrupted the f .Flo-1
ndiaisaying there had,been torgenea i
a Stat. j'Yes, pliedj.' j
in . ti,- fn.Mv.n'11
Vj. r4W F$;t&Wf-$VMW(
publican candidate. More than that,
Wnatbr f f roi MAsraohusettB by. I
is vote, , sustained f these forgeries.;;
Resniatine the sale ot poiaon. , - i
t Auctaeaea by tne legislator, at iu
D unaer P8"1 OT JIB:
irwj WWB ivi -----
- . . . r -
scbedule A, giving name ; or. sigajttire of.
ptirchaser, residence of same,; by whom
etc. ; and, under schedule B it is made the
duty of the druggist to properly label the
poisonous drug sold, adding a vignette re
presenting a akull and bones and the name
andDlaceof business of the seller. . The
druggiBta here are sapplied with, the neces
sary record book and other paraphernalia
for carrying cut the law.' which goea" into
effect on the first day of June. -pr t
Ihe Iron anil Coal Beet on a Railroad
:i r. ' .... s . . :-r7.-v,.. . I
i-ine ii9uawui&; iou f 'W't""'.. I
minine, industrial and . scientific journal,
published at 8tauntbnVirginia,'give8 evi-
dence thatMr. Hyndman and W IuibcK
den are ami looking to Wilmingmni as the
olltietior the creat iron and coal brbducta I
enoee- .uu uuwu v. ,7
una :vj s-oOil l ,i!is -aris-
ti 'T5: IT IT vntt man ISan .nf finnnellavllle '
PennBylvania. waa; at a recent meeting of
tbestockholdets, elected Preaideat ot Tin-
-ali- I Mnal JSc-tutO ComDiDT.' WhlCh iS nOW;
Bderthemanaj)ement of General John D.
Imboden, developingthe coal and iron ores
iwi - fluiiwwni
I i- .T . u atw AtlatitiV. Ar- nhln
l aouthwestem vtrgmia. -oir. uynoman
1)10 XICWUCUl ui uv ibuuui .au.uuw w,w.
I n.ibnai) i fVimnntw ane eniraired in - con -
Gi ?U;7ine of railway
Lfroweittueair wuaapm ijxona -
I -??'r i
(DB . ItUlMaluiy Biuwaajnii ouruiuibuuvv.
i ortne riisDarj;aivision.oitnBxaHuxiurioi.
general manager of the Conn-OlsviUe Coke
a. tsi. MftAtfl r.an vno
:ibe-Tjntted States in which he was also, a
ha - Xjg as eoome: s SSch
t inte4reite4mthopemion8.ofe the.Tinaaha
' cn&i lrom Comoanv. and iathe con8tntc
Coal .& Iron Narrow
Gauge railroad, the. outlet from its .mines ;
to market, and in the extension of that road
tor, the Atlantic . that he: has - sold all
hia InteresUc and given np: his rlucra
tiva nAQiitnna in inn t-wine mvi 1H' retfiun
jtoTobly rsly increated his "already
tive positions in the Conneuaville: region
I laree mVeSimeniB IU me XinsailS JO.. OUh
. .S ..,,,, -t Vlrainin-r TJnrth
will also hereafter make Virginia or. North,
I Carolina his home,and devote all hiameana
I and ability to the worlrof hia company,
I taking immediate control of. all its railroad-.
I . dmanaeine.iuBMcuind mer-
age productive operations. J
ftnuoance, as we do authoritatively, these
i rtrmcment arrangement. k&m&i ; .
I. nnaitiona nd exoerience as Mr. Hvndman-
i after a eatefnleMminatloa of all tlwexiBt
1 JncJntti01l.fna itU) their lmerest to seU
ou io ww mostuouruuiiBK uwurt
--.,-,-4,,,, iir alUi-mlning-
and manufacturing jo yb.Tbereean'
1 h nivhnaitinn in rf eiu mnittnmmaiA
1 .w&ii&ift.Kip &
There were six Raleigh lawyers
at the last Granville court. In old times
we have seen a dozen or more.
ieidfBfaJq thiapUco. on last SuDdsyrf
excitcmeBtJbai -been aiherine.,voiunioi:f
jcity and the 4i4gv sfcler htat
nuieitUt hatsitiddSUieosJyH hk-mofk 4a tho
bujetfirbat - iWtf
indbt effective.way, revising the Jegtstra-,
fce&liaWiri iWerto learVthefrcdiBpaTaWve
ling, tbeir recruitsby private exhorta-
live Committee of the Fair, held an inter-
i... i-k, fri o .
Pr fartiaenr on;ctdnpcco,;&c.; and
,i8neQ in.faiLlB a fewdaya. t The old Salem
IM Oxford, rJflnfthun-
dred an J ninety two atudentB are enrolled
f kUV UUIfbt O V - VUlt IBS' IO IU
townaa smiling aa' etert notwithstanfling
?iflni Gwfield to jemoye him from tfceCoJ-
P611.001 Board, to hold its Convention there r
mittee appointed by thetwo boards are ar- .
ihia Mnnmtw ftaal tViaV mSafrnttina tri hvaalr KSa
Uld VUUfc J MHV UV aUABAWM. ItU.UW W UAWflO. UIO '
leg oninonday last, xne accioem occurred
from a loe rolline on him athia mULj -u t.
, . .i
! CharloUe Democrats G We learn
With much regret that Mr J. L.Chambers
is about to. sevefhia connection with our
neighbor, the Charlotte Otoener. A& aaaia- m
tact editor of the Observer for several -years
past, Mr. Chambera has shown ability and i
admirable qualitiea as a -newspaper and t
pohUcal writer. ..Strfctlv conaervative in
best of editors, and his retirement is indeed i.
Z-IZ eri an iS.aZS -:
Works and Foundry of LiddeU & jCa, in j
tnia city; ana wui aevote ois wnoier aen-i
tion tof that, hoainesa: , hereafter. I.J On,;
for Ae murder of Bob. Hennigan, colored.;
; Washington JPress: , ,
j-innca "jwa aa ne nDn.c qua.rei ,
And .four times he who. geta hi blow. in. u
iDJlSBd-.ii,ia: iif .fnlWilliaaiaton
North .aroliaa,., April ..12th, lSltts r
-nllir. ! CBBC ai. 1LUUCHUU U1QU UU 1.1113 UbU
inatiwof menbehlacathia Jmme. o8ar Dur
ham's Creek, Beaufort county, io the 62d
fhe death of Mr.: JacktChetryi- at the fipe i
age of 82 years. . He was one of the land-
msrka of Old Fort andll bemd from-
year of hia age. ' -we are sorry to note
that community, v We.inte"rvjewed Mr.
T. H. Blount yesterday about the farming
proBpects. ila Bays tnat; at least tnree
fourtbs of the peaches are killed and many
blackberryvlnes. r;; - ' A
Weldbn jfaos: -IrsVMEt Hill, I
daughter of the laie Mrs Gov. Branch.died.
suddenly last week. Bhe was interred in the
now cemetery? -We are informed, that:;
on Sunday last Bev. J.-. Wood, I who lired ;
hi Greenville -coanty,4Va.j near the Nor- t
thampton line,: died suddenly -t hia real- -,
detrce. ' Mr. . Wood, who. waa about fifty:
years of age, was apparently in! very good
health, and conversed, with visitora atfna i
,- m- in th ftPmnnn.
jt the late term of the . Sqperior Court of ;
Northampton county, we are informed, a
nasal and the lury reluaed it; i:Aa4thecaae
1 hundred , and, eighty jdollara,!. which, the
plaintiff! bad to pay, .it occupied p tent daya
I fi Elizabeth Citv JEconOmiahiFed'
I eral Comt. kludge Brooks presiding, ia in
1 . r' ..!.. 'lr -i.k'. .moll' Hn-lrat
I Jaaee Albersod, District Attorney, is in at-':
Twenty more miles of
. iracK-iaying ana men a wouuu- auu o uue
1 ... . J " - . T j ..u
.... . " . . . 1. ' . Ji b' A r.
. jjm glVO US m peep .at : ne OUlBiUC WIHIU.
I nr ..:..-..-- n-anltr.r T vara
.eVertoei are on hand or
1 n near prosDectinEIizaheth City, we should
planing mm, a nourmg mui, a rice mi u, jic- . .
ntmfi furniture- factory, a railroad with
an elevator attached i the, railroad , compa
ny's shops, and last but not least .we men
tion; the Albemarle 'Immigration Society.
-Fodder scarce at $1.25 per hundred
pounds. ', Hay $1.35. Corn 45 cenU s a
bushel, weight by cargo; from carta 40
cents a buBhel measure. Eggs 12 cents a
dozen. Best flour 4 cents a pound; $7.50 a
1 I i n.Hh. k.M. .fMuw rfa 1An.nl.
parrel. . vuuuuj uuin, uuui buut -w w a , t ft
a oound.- Wood. 'from carta,' 60 centa i
horse cart load.;'.' Hens 25 cents for beat r
I ".Charlottft Observer: .Deeds and.,
morteaeea registered at the. court hoose
i iinai uia lUBk ubt u t auuiur hvov-iluu'
since the first, day of January now aggre-
gatel,076. The 20th of May presen-
I the benefit of the firemen's monument fund.
I lauon WI WO ruawB w - -
Two Jianarea more anaies nave oeen -,
subscribed for: in the Building and: Loan .
Association, v making the aggregate 1,300
shares in round numbers. --It Was re
ported last night that lhe.Anti-Probi:i- ;
tioniata were holding a meeting some where
in the city for the purpose of fixing up an
aldermanic ticket. At the revival aer-
I vices at the-BapUst-cbnrch-BiRht- before
I last three peraons professed conversion and
KZ ZZir mZti .
I Unabated and the interest manifested is
nopiecedenteiat'ttte thMflii The v.
I meeting held atStstesvOle on the 20tb inat.', .
; iu,u wuu wwu-
Midland Railroad fromDanville South, was .,;
composed of delegates from Shelby, Lin-'
1 ftoin. . SDruinDurK. ure tiDYiiie. -.Buoraun
I Btatesville Air Line Railroad chartered io
1871 and organized in 1879. The proposed
line would therefore not include Charlotte.