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HOME AND DEMOCRAT.
J. P.' STRONG, Editor and Proprietor.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Friday,'1 November 11, 1881.
. The State Elections.
The most important of the elections are
Cotton Manufacturing in the South.
Mr. Edward Atkinson has manifested
much interest in the Exposition at At
lanta, and addressed a crowd last week
on the subject of "Cotton Manufacture."
Mr. Atkinson has had large experience in
manufactures and uncommon opportuni
ties to learn from others the various
methods and expense attending the manu
facture of cotton. But with facts that are
plain to all he took the ground that the
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of both State. expreM.oe cogence , the faetnre- He Mid ce for
.cce f the., reepeouv. If ,,; COUon w Ne Eugland.
Mahone, who sold out to the Republican rrnm v .. . ,
.' , . Uow be can justify his theory with the
" - -t fact that the owners of mills in this
renegaae may auempt me rote in omer i tjQn are
Southern States, lhe Democrats ot the
The Cashier (Baldwin) of the Newark, The Commissioner of Pensions has sub
New Jersey, Bank in confessing his guilt, mitted his report to the Secretary of the
exhibits the most contrite spirit; and we in it he recommendst
. - v 2 . . . Congress Bhall appropriate $100,000,000
trust that all young men engaged in simi- for . he pavment of , peneion8 next year.
lar places will recall , his words when Wh v hi
The 22d of this month has been' designated by
the Atlanta Exposition as "Charlotte Day. ' :..
Some thief entered the store of Lineberger A
prosperous, making large divi-
(lpnr1l at. a aoaann vonan k "J-.- V
old State have made every effort to pre- factorie8 are QOt fi
serve their party supremacy, and if they 8enl8 hi8 ca8e in aQ nnenxiMe
fail their defeat je-.ll be . looked upon as jud t ig not to be relied orTat lea8t.
tne luevu.u.e. iu returns at mis aate whjch fa mUd f . . . - implicitly trusted his honor.
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give iinc uvb vi tiic civutiuii ui xsau
: Meeting of County Commissioners. ;
The commissioners met last Monday in
regular Session. ':u u "5 v- :j5V
) It was ordered that when the amount
allowed a teacher holding a first erade
tempted to violate their trust. There are was over,: and here we have a bill for certihcate does not exceed $40 per month I Houston, at Iron Station, on Fridav night and
daily occurring instances where men are 1 9iw,vwtvvv preaemea ior paymeni in .. mcmuw u utuw:u w Pv iub j stole aboat 100 m money.
liat I board of education.
to the gaming table or the mania for 28,740 new names were added last year, It was ordered, the order to take effect
speculation. The first step is taken with and 10,712 names were dropped. To the from the first of November, that S.E. Belk,
the honest purpose of returning when new pensioners they paid out last year county treasurer, pay the coupons of the
they have acquired a sufficient amount ; $23,628,177. 40,000 new claims are ex- Mecklenburg eounty bond. . issued to the
A. , . , pected to be. examined this year, and if Atlantic, Tennessee and Ohio and Atlanta
oa lue? Iai ! ana rum ana ai8Srace ine ihe office force were greater 60.000 would and Charlotte Air Line railways, falling th7 LZ "" ZZZZZ I acTrel' sitnaTei ?n .Vti , .
end, and a Me as wretched as here de- be examined. Fully two-thirds of these due November 1st. aale of Honors Jadm Averr dceldad waa Alid. I of rick,Vard. place; Itj
picted : "I am a thiet, a perjurer, forger claim as back rations $1,500 each. The It was ordered that the treasurer pay A mDDeJ f thi dWon win 3,kn s.gSod BTWJY ;,- ta to Wgh tatoU,
UommisBioner estimates that after these an jurors ior tne JSovemDer term ot tne I : i 51r .V" !1 " " J rr1 wi ; 1 ;
InferiorCourt when the tickets of the said - . i., rSSl. .. k.t-i
near tbe residences ' ox J.i
acres. . : ... ,
present, but we I 18 Residence Lota, No, 5 to lfi, lncluBiVe all "
learn uovernor jama ana or. wortn leit on wum uu vnu owrou bitcvu, couimaiag
tp.u r rv.v i mesaav to msDecc tne western r. u. uoaaj i ' . r
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sale Vof u YaluaWo a Town
I will sell on, Thursday, December 1st. 1881, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, all that
Valuable Land belonging to the estate of Benja
min F. Chalk, deceased, situated In and near the n i
Town of Gastonia. Gaston county. ,N. C. , 1 1 U .
divided into Tracts and Lots, and will be sold aa
iouows:, , :v V --P.- , t -,..,'. .'
No. 1. The Brick Trd Tract, eontaiininr !
Mr. F. Eeuster was accidentally shot by a pis-1 acres, on which b an old brlck-vard. a bold
tol in the hands of his son, who waa exhibiting I pring of water, some good branch bottom, and
I about ten acres of land in a hzh aute of cultiva-1
m wmvMn . IIUUUU IB -' 1NUUIIU I aSaa .Jl.l.!.. . . , r n
but not dangerous. - ; . , McAden and othera. . and ia filtntftd ,hatfa ':
known as East Gaatonia. ' "' 1 '
In the whiskey case of W. R Cochrane as tol No. 2 The Quarry Tract -containhiir' lii4!'r'
and a liar," "and I am ready to go behind
the bars of a prison and end my days
there." What a life must not this man
have led during tbe years that he was
continually violating his trust, robbing
his bank, and deceiving the directors who
back rations are all paid, amounting to
a. ii i . m Aaav w n0 uawuaauK u& &d juiixiii iobiuuui tm
l"": t tZTnX: TJa VCIWUeU W Ujr I CoL A. B. Andrew, in this city, to examine into
f.riSr," Ew J ttUWUfc " X discriminations, with what result it i. 3U d S
' " toi ,c i.. j r v-a i- .i. r I not known. Senator Vance waa
lino Ihinrr m n af irnnmu all Binnarara I - . .
& 0"") inmAtPR nt thn i.il frnm Sentomhcr In the
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tii auiuuui ui swiuuiiug due uuutu
States can stand. No one deDartment of I Wittkowakv & Rarnah wpm allowed
nil t. ill a r? rr Tl r. (innatrnnlinn in? was hi eh. his connexions and asaocia-
iel,but notning is detinite. should the tions, he is alarmed for the manufacturers tions excellent, his walk in life apparently gigantic f raad- and yet seemingly noth- "matet of the poor house from August 4th
posses- at the North and i8 de8irong to check the UpHght and moral, his salary ample, b done to or panifhythe of. Ptobe'21
xau auui i iuii hb h rri l nrr mill ml.;
Among the list of pensioners from W. B. Gooding was defeated on a tie
Mr. J. G. Shannonhouse of this city exhibited I adjoining the land of J. Miles Rhvne and othefa !
some fine wheat at the Atlanta Exposition, and I containing 8) acres of good level land. ?
Commissioner McGehee haa written Mr. & that h No. 18, n 8hiloh ;stmt, adjoining J
the wheat haa attracted much attention and in- 'eJr A'8?5
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nnlrfniv nrlni mnA nf hia a ViUitw tn mnnl tknu I i J- t . i . . 1 1
a r-- j ""rrv w iu nuuu. , ubs an excellent SDrinsr. some eooa i
sion oi tne legislature tney will rectify faBt -rowino: ftn1 p.rn-i v. $7,500. his family interestins and lovely, tA
g,7mndogof.h.btU,where,ntl,ey where elbibited of ma.afacf.riog o.r and he himlf oot addicted to any .mall there iB no doobtBmDjr nclitia. name,, vote, the Tchataal hgd?MltaS "'o Pcba, Mr J. W. WworU. to- 'Wki
".!eR,',,M f"?:TT o"tome. Mr. Atki80 givieg an vices. And yet he had to plod wearilv plrtle, ,ong dead and forgotten, and ,me vote'in th. negative. 8 rotacedtt. wheat Into thl. county ,n. year. eS'iarS'toMj.;
tnrougn years carrying ine Duraen oinis whoenli8tedforth-w ourweu was auowea iou ior ser- : 'I f'?. peB 01 Js000; 'a00 a part o iWnicn ia.inr-1
honid secret. "I am a thief, a perjurer, a tUa r ,nn-onni;wCVa ;v, nna t. Vceas attorney for the year ending the An 0bdj1, TO PosTMASTMta. The nost
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o rr" I omnion adveran to everv iixv'aPTnprinpp
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Bucce-aur egwiaiure and ignoring aH fact8 with an attempt to
discourage and check, if possible, South
ern enterprise, is unworthy the man, time
and place. If we are correct it has
Original woods. It haa an excellent SDrinir of
Xf j v.J 10-1 - 1 u waier. several ffOOd builnincr Rltpn and snm pt-
forger and a liar." How those burning tlft " Wftnt I100 vpar for i:fp ThJ TaV ,emw, xoox. master general has issued the following cellent gwniterockv " 1 T,V!
words must have seared themselves into . k -k f' AleDder . allowetd .$?00.25 order: "The statutes of certain of the TwoKts.No-, 20 and 21 -on Adams street ;
. , , .. tiuvjvuwv mUo, w utoM.uuivu mvuS .v. .v u.s y.wvuv.o .u WB wu.j ,..- jj, j,,,- provided that depositions I UJV"""5 Fiwpwjr w ur. n. xi. -.zvaamB ana
his conscience ; and sleeping or waking, ..... nn(k Sherman in hi dpnanment mg October. I w,, ffi V. i -.i,:-.n I oUiera, coniainin 1 acres each. Both lota are
been accented that he was in favor of 1 eating or drinking, with his family, at nt u' tt; fit.to. r,;a m.. The monthly report of Rev. W. T,
X; T . v v. - w w - 1 v wuv ajawv vv yuiiu bj a7 oimvivdj i . .
Southern manufactures, hnt nnliWe the church or at his business, he doubtless 0ij fl0.Morta airui nnma nA naA ier Priuveuueut 01 puuuo inbirucwon wne recei ved , roxi,h
r.n I .... ' I. , , . . 1 m 1. . I j " r- " o I tor tne county, was received and nied. and I :.. .in 1 1 Tn nif.An Ta , Wm i tnii
.1 Z 'w'v:? .: Z Hlen C?mPbel19 he dld not wait. .T. several amounts to ; different Depart- the superintendent was allowed $45 for KeLr 31 7I.u
""VV, " . T . . returned home to show his hand. We cem saying vn was iue iuu m mau ments, Marine Hospital, Register Office, 15 day's services. , Uiven bv the iatmater at the office oi n,Icree,n' aMd near thecentre oxthecor.
probably, eone Democratic, and it is ,t. .t.t that, h h- W Jn.W t had to sleeo with and keen company with. kr,.:.Li nr : " ' H. M. Wilder was allowed 430 for aix I5.m!!- J?!1 it I IMiH0S;.iesc,a0 TJiJa'?.?t8.2r ImproTing;
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chosen wilL Massachusetts elects a Gov
ernor and State officers. There are twelve
States that voted last Tuesday, and many
of tbe Legislatures chosen will elect Uni
ted States Senators. . '
feared that- Mahone and repudiation, Selma, Alabama, which if he accepts he
backed by the Republican administration, ghonld not be allowed to repeat hitJ ad
have wrenched the old State of Virginia dre88 on cotton and it9 manQfacture. It
from the hands of the Democracy. There wonld notf at the pre8ent lime be advisa
are Democratic gains in some of the conn- Me to have a Northern man largely in-
ties and in others Republican. Mississippi tere8led in manafacturing dealing out
is Democratic.4 All the States polled a :,. iof Bnme :!.. K;.,flr,a
DLBUiaW&On C9. ICalU DU11JC 1 11 ftl UC IUUUCIIIjCII .
light vote. From returns we can give
Ths. National Cotton .Manufacturers'
Association who are represented by Messrs
Atkinson & Garsed, at the Atlanta Ex
position, have many kind words to say
while facts all point to cotton manufacture
as the one great industry to add to our
and he knew it. What fate could be
harder? What punishment more severe?
There is to us something painfully pitia
ble in the agony and despair which clothed
itself in that wail of woe, "I am a thief, a
perjurer, a forger and a liar. Iam ready
to go behind the bars of a prison and end
my day 8 there."
The true inwardness of the thing
dare to bring charges against
they retaliate. What an Augea
will be unearthed when, if ever, the ad
ministration changes hands.
i inf. r-innaj, ini i yr iv )rj r m ! if ntrna atraar
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is, not one I o . t C --r - - i masters receiving aeposiuons ior mailing i cwoum8 iu ouuu Birwi, containing-a gooa-.
' : I Stat it vi .lohn Horn nrrtnn hv nnl.r nf I ... . . . 0 . . . I nfokarrl anr) alutni A T. .
another lest jud ' A M"$lZtZ t Wo das in 25i f.g! ?i l.?aeTto UlTri W"
n stable case of S,ate vs. Allen Johnston. lt.tX, ZL IZJauXZ l-i...JA9Wb
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The boundry lines of the school districts
No. 11, of the white and colored races in
Steel Creek were made identical, and the
u u t..
, Col. Shaw, U. S. Consul at Manchester, hanged wag added tQ district No
visited an Oldham (Eng.) mill and saw thtt 8ame township.
MAR HI ED.
Investigating the Charges of Rowdyism
in Richmond. ,,
Richmond, Nov. 5. The committee of
military officer here from Boston, investi
gating the charges of misconduct . against
the Ninth Massachusetts Regiment, con
cluded taking evidence in the case last
evening. 10-aay tney win visit several
oration it was developed that
the regiment bad damaged property and
committed other wanton acts. There is
The Fayetteville Examiner says: The
question of dividing the N. C. Conference
of the M. E. Church South, is again being
of the Exposition and its effects, and add I agitated. The total number of travelling
that the exhibition of Cotton machinery I preachers in the Conference is now esti-
is of the utmost interest and importance mated at one hundred and eighty-one, and
and such as has never before been the total number of church members at
brought together in this country. Of oth- 37,295, besides a few colored member. In
er resources, they have found in the' an-1 1837 when this Conference was first noth in u to base an opinion as to what
nex buildings evidences of the natural re- established it had a membership of about recommendation the committee will make
ources of the Southern section in agricul- fifteen thousand. It is felt by preachers D their rePrt. a8 .they ha,ve mde uo
3 , , , , , . , statement whatever in regard to the mat-
ture, m commerce, in minerals and in tim- and laymen that the Conference in becom- ter An a9toundjng ara0nt 0f testimony
her, which could not be equalled from any ing un wieldly on account of its large pro- has been taken by the commission, the
other equal area of the earth's surface, and portions, and hence the movement is favor quantity and character of which are much
! A. ... 1 1. . 1. wSll T mt . ii r .nniA amamnrf than O u Ant iAlnat.0i1
iu buv usvb wuiuii viiest; resuurwB w oi a division. ine next vonierence, 1 v.ua.i..i.ft v..-.. ""--f--
shortly be applied. They find the promise J which will be held at Durham, on the
of a vastly greater number of customers I 23d inst., will becalled on to consider this
where a new bale of cotton purchased at
Liverpool contained a barrowful of white
sand. Another company report one bale
containing three pounds of oyster shells,
besides dirt and sand. Mr. Shaw will for
ward details to this country and a thor
The following jurymen were drawn for
the November term of the Inferior Court,
beginning Monday week:
W. W. Rankin, W. A. Johnston, J. D. 1
Brown, W. J. Byrum, S. B. Smith, R, M.
Hovis, Jno. R. Eddins, R. F. Christen
bury, G. C. Todd, H. M. Forbes.. W. C.
One House and Lot.2fo. 83. on Main street and "
the Air-Line i Railroad,' containing about ofld "1
acre, is now uied for - school and . church ptu 1 is
poses, ia 20x36 feet, and la a good business stand., t
Six Lots, Na 84 to 89, inclusive, on Main street"
and the Air-Line Railroad, near the center. of the "
corporation, containing from f to 1J acres each;'1''
all well located for business houses or residences. 1; "
Bhiloh Park, No, 40, on which!; theweUn
known Shiloh Spring, discharging; about. 500
ganons 01 waierper nour also, uie Knyne ana
ough investigation will be the result. It I Alexander, F. B. Knox, C. E. Boet, A. G. I feiL
was supposed these rumors were not true
, 1 ? .1 .f .2
places wnere in ine course 01 ine lnveeu-1 . , , . , . 1 j. ,
r . t 1 -l .... 1 I and had been' exniained - bv the fact. that.
memoers 01 1 r - j
they had purchased' interior Or Hained
The Southern Farmers' Monthly al
ways contains instructive reading. Sub
scribe for it. Published by J. H. Estill,
Savannah, Ga., at $2. ,
oarneii, xi. a . xiari, v . u. niiuer, vy I ; in Monroe, on the 1st inst, Mr. John H. Ben-
iuarun, i. v. juiuer, i. vv. verier, i. xuo. 1 ton ana Miss Jtiaggie Swliove,
UeArmond, Jno. H. 1 odd, Jno. Van Land-I In Wilson, on the 2d inst, Mr. John K Ray of
mgnam, S. r . vuery, L.ouis Jjeon, W. ii. I uaieign, ana Miss jrmnie carter.
Mock, T. C. bmith, Jos. K. Brown, C. B.
Todd, W. ii. laylor, J. JN. iiunter. I DIED
1 he following jurymen were drawn for this city, on the 4th inst, Mrs. Freeman,
the special term of Superior Court begin- j wife of Mr. J. S. Freeman. ; .
ning January 9th: In this city, on the 4th inst, Walter Edwin,
In this city, on the 8th inst, Mr. Aaron A.
Nathan and Miss Jeannette Schless, daughter of
air. M. Bchloss.
In this county, on the 8th inst. by Rev. W. K
Mcllwaine, assisted by Rev. Thos. Ledwell, Mr.
rnos. J. iverns ana Miss iiydia U. LedwelL .
In Catawba county, Mr. Pinkney A. Warlick I two other ood noitl atp BnfiVtM Tt ntA. V
and Mis Katie &. Ramseur. ' , , lift acres, and .mostly heavily Umbered ' land.
ai x-ieasam niage, uasion county, on tne aa 1 uu u we mosi uesiraDie propeny in uastonta n
insi., bit. waiter x. uuson 01 jnayesTiue, 0. v;., 1 ior improTin?.
ana miss jrannie, aaugnter 01 ' Kev. VVm. a. uor-
Thk Heldeeman Will. The most im
portant ease tried in the Superior x Court Kirkpatrick, J. Mc. Hunter, C. A. Hoover,
.Long, VV. L. Earnhardt, K. U. Bea-
f or their own mills than they expect to
find competitors in Southern mills. They
have met the Southern manufacturers
with hearty good will and earnest wishes
for their success. " " '
It is rumored that Mr. John M. Robin
son, President of the Bay line of steamers,
the Seaboard & Roanoke, the Raleigh &
Gaston, and the Raleigh & Augusta Air-
Line Railways, purchased from Mr. Mar
The Board of Trade of California held
a meeting and adopted resolutions re
questing their representatives in Congress
to do all in their power to obtain the pas
sage of some restrictive measures con
trolling; Chinese immigration. They also I barrooms and helped themselves, refusing
appointed committees to have published to pay for drinks, and committed many
rA A at nt txA n tstu 1 a Va oot t inff frff Vk anil I Otilltir
at .Lincolnton was the suit brought to
break the will of Valentine Helderman de
ceased. Mr. Helderman was married
twice, and the suit was brought by the
f hAfAnrrhltr on iTQTTicinrv t ha raannraaa anrf I "
vaawuu.j v.....u& . ,
The girt of the evidence is that tbe num
ber of soldiers of tbe regiment engaged
in the alleged misconduct was from 50 to
75; that outrageous advances were made
toward ladies in the public streets ; that
many 01 the soiaiers promenaaea one 01 1 children ot the hrst wile, who were
the main streets in broad daylight with put off with a pittance and the 'bulk of
negro women of the lowest character on the property given . to the last . wife
their arms, embracing and kissing them : and her children. It was shown on
that they took possession of vehicles, put- trial that the children by the first .wife
ting the drivers off; that they invaded were treated in the most shameful and
brutal manner by their unnatural step
mother. It was further shown that this
woman "wore the breeches" and lorded it
over her husband to such an extent that
the will was made under duress and the
first children were thereby defrauded out
J. R. Raker. H. H: Hood A.'IT Rhwne. I infant aon of .1. W . and A V TUrnea
J. H. Elms, J. M. Dore, J. W. Adams, S. I ilh Lincoln county, of paralysis, on the '4th
E. Todd, J. C. Harkey, H. A. Walker, D. I inst; ' Mr. John R. Johnston, aged 66 years
VT A S nan .1 W . nrHan I Wa bar uruiucr ui vui nut. huuubluu ui vuuiuvw.
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aaao im bus UiUOl UU1UU JITUfHUTJ IU. VTBatOSa J5
orimprovin. . ; . ,-, r , t ,,iwt
; Plats of all the above described lands can be ,
teen by applying at ths Gazette Office. . ' rLiifcJ
Sale to take place on said premises. ." V
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! - ! ''' i MELISSA K. CHALl,a',
Nor. 11, 1881. h lw ii- t AdmlBistratrlx;1 r
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! -' Burton's Specific Vermitee,H
is safe, sure and of the beat qnallty., j 11 !!aJ
- ! WILSON & BUR WELL'
'. LI - - Sole Agents for North Carolmaioo
Nov.4,1881.., uij :,.v,fc ii
. .. . ... .. r-rr ,i.i h y i
Kisg's Mountact aud rra HerOes-u-A' Flis'
r .vi. .1 r.t- i . 1 f a . i . 1 w I a . . . u . n...i . . . ..yv .. ..
ia iiiia viijr, an i no I ui lUBi., iurs. jnaruui ju. I wry ui iuj dbiuc, UCk , lioU. ana ISO 'eTeDUU '
u -ii ' m vi a a .
every disnoaition to make their investisa-
chison'ai controlling interest, in the Caro- immense advantages that California could tion as searching as possible, and their re-
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r-i a a Kia wrvnii inanr-o I show to the intending immigrants, be- port will doubtless prove that they nave ot their share ol tbe property, lhe case
-a lievinff that with sound business like man- faithfully discharged their unpleasant was ably argued by the council on each
wuipeuuj. uue wu ;Dcv-.u, tu.8 , The commission did not leave last aide, and everv fact bronirht out waatiress-
ver, W. M..R088, W.F.Brown, M. M.
Yandle, M. L: Harkey, Jr., R. H. Flow, J.
G. Shannonhouse, C. A. Kigler.
The following accounts for Court ex
penses were audited by the board :
Faid for jurors, regular, grand
Paid for board of jurors on
three State cases,
Paid for summoning jorors,
Paid court caller and officer
Paid half fee bill, &c
Paid A. C. Orr, officer in
; charge of prisoners
ATaiiiios. atrea 7U vears. , :
In Mallard Creek Township, on the 2d Inst.,
infant son of W. S. P. and C. A. Hunter. !
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CHARLOTTE MABKET. Nov.: 10, 188U:
Cotton market steady at the following quota
tions! Good Middling 11. Middling 10,
Low Middling 10, Good Ordinary 9v Suins
and Tinges 1 to 9. ;i f
Flour, from wagons, in demand at $3.75 to
$4 per sack. 1
which led to it,, after two. years spent in pre )i
paratlon, is now published and ready for -deliv-
cry. no lumor, riyman kj. JLrraper. L,u. v., nas .
spent 40 years in gathering materials for th1sr!,
work, which abounds in stirring recitals - ef a4.t I'
j ventures and hairbreadth escapes, alike interest "r
ing io oia ana young, ine aecenaants orsqen - .
i men as Campbell, Shelby, Sevier, Cleveland,
Liacey, Williams, IJambright, McDowell,? Win"
ston, Hammond, and their officers, now living by
the thousands throughout tbe South, will . wet n
come this permanent record of that glorious event
which turned the tide of the Revolution. The
.work contains 912 nazes. 'On fine naner. beauti
fully bound, with seven steel portraits of the He
Corn and Meal 80 to 85 cents per bushel; Peas roes and numerous wood cuts, with index pf
by a wealthy and powerful combination,
the change would be quite satisfactory.
agement they could fill their valleys and
After a careful survey it is demon
strated that a canal conveying the waters
of the Chattahoochee into and through
Atlanta, is the next enterprise undertaken
by the citizens of Atlanta, with the in
domitable Capt. Kimball as manager. It
will afford a large supply for use
citv and an immense power for manufac
tories the rent of which will pay a hand
some dividend on the money invested.
evening, as they desire to comer wnn ed with all force and legal acumen known
Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee upon matters apper-I to the profession. J udge Schenck's ap-
taininir tn t huir rr nirp fThtX7 OTnpnt. t.O I noal in nohlf nf thaarrnnrroil Ahilrlron va.1
Akthuk, says the Philadelphia , f Wahhineton this evening. eloauent and full of nathos. and when he
" - i a . a r
hillsides with a desirable population.
i Total,- . a'i 0i; . $ 1,560.23
Inferior Court expenses, An- , . , ,
gust term, 1881, seven days, $ 707.69
Regiment had behaved in the most out
rageous manner during their visit at Rich
mond, and while at Yorktown were Lincoln JProgress.
Chronicle (Dem.), "is going to be a party
President of the strictest kind. In all his
acts and in all his conversations he looks
at everything from the standpoint of a
Republican politician who is determined
to' the to give hi8 party the ful1 bentfit of the placed under arrest by lhe order of GeD-
Presidential office. It will be well for the aannnnu . ftn their arrival at home.1
leaders of the Democratic party to recog- B . Jave them a grand reception.
nize the fact that they will be obliged,' The bad conduct Qf their pets must have
during the next three years, to deal
with one of the keenest and shrewdest
organizers and disciplinarians in national
From Washington. ;v.
The contrast between the conduct of
It was telegraphed all through the detailed the hardships they had to endure 1 Attorney-General MacVeagh and Secre-
country that the Ninth Massachusetts
at the hands of a fiendish step-mother, I tarv Hunt is so remarkable aa to excite
strong men were seen to weep. The jury J widespread comment. For reasons con-
returned a verdict breaking the will, but pected with the star route and other mat
an appeal was taken to the Supreme Court, j ters, which . have been thoroughly ex-
j fv- ; - ; . s I pituueu, tus x icoiucuk . una uceu , wry
in demand at 90; no Oats offering,
Fresh Pork, by the hog, 8 cents per pound;
Beeswax 20 ; Sweet Potatoes, from wagons, 60
cents per bushel.
Fresh Country Butter 18 to 20 cents ; Chickens
12 to 20 ; Eggs in demand at 20. ;i
Other Markets. - - '
NEW YORK, Nov. 10, 1881. '
: Cotton quiet Middling Uplands 11.
; LIVERPOOL,' Nov. 10, 1881. :
; Cotton market firm Middling Uplands 6.7-16
pence. .;;.)- . y:J
Likut. Flipper, the colored West
Pointer, is having his trial at Fort Davis,
on the charge of embezzlement .to the
. . i A r. iai a.. (" II.. l. 3 L.:.l.
aniouui oi vu, v 1. 1. xibu vuargcu wini i w j d the California
: i".. Jla. .1 1, Tl. I
preaenwug ir.uuu.euw ecu. p . conta:niriff ftn innctration of the
Northern papers are s aying that it .is a Jameg g.Dgle k locomotive It give8
conspiracy, but the evidence is too dam-
aging and the colored officer will lose his
Ths star route operators are saints who
have been slandered and maligned by tbe
whole United States if their counsel is to
be believed. Brady, Dorsey and the rest
of the coterie seem quite indifferent and
do not hesitate to say "they will never
be punished.' "'
Thkrk is to be a meeting of the South
ern Manufacturers' Association at Atlanta
in December. The details are not now
fully arranged, but the Secretary, Mr. N.
Dumont will soon issue a call for the meet
an account of a trial trip which proved
highly satisfactory, and those present are
emphatic in their expressions of its per
fect success. It seems by a description to
be admirably adapted for feeders to main
lines, and short lines where the traffic will
not justify the building of more expensive j ance,
roads, and we think its economy and
I safety will cause it to be .introduced.
The Financial Chronicle
ally that the cotton shipped
rectly overland between September 1st and I Garfield was lying at Elberon, said he did 1 Monday, the 9th day of January, 1882, for tbe
November lBt, 1881, is set at 125,035 bales,! not intend to remain in the Cabinet after I ttM ' Ci9il C& only and continue until the
been known at the time of their hearty against 92,268 bales last year. Southern the late President was finally put at rest. H2Btfffi2i ?d
. i n.iniiiimnri.n df. uhi ro i oa orvaindi ihhi n? i A " i i . w- 5 . i :
welcome, ana it was accepted as an evi- ww, r since ina ume ne nai not seen xr resident
,nSftorf",l!-IIS: T' JW--S5'3?
sies placed no confidence m the report. Ust year, and that the cotton in sight is fu8ed to perform any of the functions of
We hope they will receive the scorn and 1,609,941 bales, against l,706,064last year, his office. On the other hand, Secretary
contempt they so justly deserve, and The weight of bales averages 486.5 pounds, Hunt, whom the President is more anxi-
never again allowed to wear a uniform against 490.6 last year. - e ous to get rid of than any other member
, . . , , . , . j I ' llG price oi coiton on iue oisi. ui vu-
wnicn vney nave u tuuruugu.y ui.cu. . 1881 - against U
cents last year.
5,000 references. Price. i4.aenr postpaid on re
ceipt of price, or may be had of Agents la every
County. i .. ..u-.tf.- - . vhj.ytra r.j Sii
i,,,;, PETER O. THOMPSON, Publisher, ".
, No. 179 Vine Street, Cincinnati, 0. , ,
' "Agents' wanted for unasalgned i territory.
Send for terms, circulars and sample copy , '
i Nor. 4,1881. 4wpdt": 1 - ryt'l-M
KT" Mr. 8,. Watson ,Refd is the Agent fox sel-
ling the above Book; in Mecklenburg county. mi i
Corner Trade and College St s.? up Stairs,
! - M ' CHARLOTTE, N. C dsr" 1 !
Oct 14, 1881. : ' f 'tit.' -h T f .' ? . ;
nit . HARRISON WATTS,
ALEXAlfDEE & HABBI3
r t Are making a specialty of TC!i ' '
The reduction of the public debt in
October amounted to $13,321,458. The
disbursements during the month aggre
gated $16,183,562. The cash in tbe Treas
ury on November 1st was $249,960.97.
There were held in the Treasury TTuited
States notes for the redemption of certifi-
marlreA trvilav another momlwr rf the
Why Southern Cotton Factories Prosper. Print cloths was 4 cents, last year 4 caDinet, does everything else but go down
It is stated that the cost of placing a wjuw, Bimiuaru sueeungB dow cum uu on ,,8 knee8 and beg to De kept io.
year's cotton crop in the New England last year they were 8 cents. ; Apropos of the Cabinet, it is understood
market is $108,600,000, of which over . The receipts last week from the planta- that during the President's stay in New
$30 000,000 is paid for freight and insur- tlon8 were 253,473 bales, agaiust 276,857 York the matter of Cabinet appointments
Is it anv wonder that Southern I "'' ..... will receive some attention, several ive-
. fnnra a nrnonarnna urnan no I X UO
n.A.lIno. nr. M-lAnft nf trlOlf Ho.Aa at. I HT6
even less cost than it can be done in Mas
T V. XTklt.
a-. aa . o a, I
Ch'n. Board of Com. for Mecklenburg Co.
; nor. ii, iwji. !5w
Money! Money!! v u
i We have a considerable amount of money due
us on our Retail Books. We need the money
wxrvrtr an1 hat wi faAi1ai will- awawwa rm w tna
in tbe cabinet, sticks to him like a leech, I before December 1st Remember the accounts
follows him wherever he goes, and, as re-1 are now past due and that we must get the
; ; BeadMadej Clothing
This season, and their friends are requested nbt
to purchase before seeing their Stock; .f !1 1 !
, They have a complete Stock of ieverythlng In, f
-at.- i TYrr GaoAm ?. li tV
As cheap as can be found any where!
I Oct. 21, 1881. . A'l 'v
'Jii i "
mniiAV tns.fr fa A nA na t v thftae wa rwa AXTa
Will Uk11 ITaiVilwAtMa awKa tiavl OA nmmw .nw
AAA DVI4 AAWUnMU AVI VAA UCAI VV mfmj WHAJ IV TV I ' i ii wa-r m aT -ftsT a S0
BROWN & WEDD1NOTON.
Nov. 11. 1881.
All J Jl la. J A. " l-llTA.
he Chronicle says that the indications I pablicans of prominence and influence in I are reminded that the same are no due. We
that the yield of the present crop, even I ari0ns aectiona met the Preaident by re- I resoectfullv and earnettl ask all to come forward
at the reduced estimates now current, will I nnest to cori-nlt on the anbiect. If the I ?nce and make settlement.
and Rhode Island, and selling tTjJ concludes to Plt ; 8o.th. k
at their doors, they can save V1 "11U """" wy. manj lt lg thonght here ana in INew xorK I meet. It does not therefore seem unreaaonable
. v i m o rtrnr . i.i .v vi . a a -.a
AAA faT MV V
more than one-halt ot tbe total expense
mentioned above, or say, $50,000,000.
We call the attention of Mr. Atkinson
to the above, he was so emphatic in say
that he could not hit upon a more accept
able man than Judge Settle of North
Carolina who stands exoeptionably high
with .both parties all over the South.
Tax government examiners report the
assets of the Newark Mechanic's National
Bank $2,035,252.98, liabilities $4,446,
253.4?. - .
ton for New England to manufacture."
Is this a disinterested opinion ?
Senator Vance will deliver an address
at the Sampson county Fair, on the 17th
of this month. .
cates of ' deposit, $8,310,000, refunding J ufacture cotton. Let the South grow cot-
: certificates, $598,050; gold certificates,
$5,207,920; silver certificates, $66,327,670;
fractional currency, $7,093,151. The cash
balance available November 1st was $144,-493,448.
Federal Court Jnrors. -The
following jurymen for the term
of Federal Court in this city to begin on I Friends of Judge Settle say, however.
the second -Monday in November are as I that it would be a very serious sacrifice
ing " the south was not the place to man-1 follows :
in us to demand a settlement of fou. Call . and
see us. :
- SPRINGS & BURWELL.
Nov. 11, 1881
; Friends and Old Customers.
Vna'i nmr tlma t It vfia want tn kn a tilll
for bim tO Surrender the life position I nf Cheat, ninthimr. Drv (looda. Boota. Rhoea.
Mecklenburg County James T. White, I which he has as a United States Judge to I Hats, Trunks, Sec, that will doyou real service
Mr. and Mrs. Sartoris, Nellie Grant,
arrived in Neir York from England on
Ths Baltimore papers contain an ac
count of a lady.in that city who is suffer
ing from that loathsome disease, leprosy.
IS?" President Arthur has designated
North Carolina's exhibit. Tbe exposition
Mr. Edward Atkinson, in his address I has. certainly been a great boom for the
at Atlanta, was loudly cheered by the I Old North State. The New York Tribune
audience when he said that his second
son, who is now at Harvard, was a prac
tical blacksmith and carpenter. How
many of those present will have the nerve
and moral courage to do, in the education
of their sons, what he has done with his.
We hope that their cheers meant more
than mere empty impulses. "
V - r a VY " A I ... a, -ar-a, a .
j. i. owann, Samuel ri. warnson, Aaron take a Cabinet, appointment, iiut it is
Burton, coL, Richard Pickenpack, coL, not uncommon for persons to prefer tem-
J. B. Robinson, E. H. Walker, B. F. porary to permanent positions. Judge
Smith, Jeff Hagler, col., Robu W. McDo- Davis left his life position on the bench of
well, H. T. Rbyne, Alfred Stokes, col., J. the Supreme Court to lake a six-years
Secretary Hunt gave
The newspaper correspondents at Atlan
ta are saying words of high praise about J R. Garrison, A. J- Hood, W. H. Downes, I term in the Senate.
The greatest flood ever known on the
Thursday, November 24th, as a day of j Mississippi, the greatest freshet of any hard and fine-grained, that an artisan ever
Ntinnil ThtRVirriKinr, .nrl P... - I kind, for thirty vears. haa been breaking I nanaiea.
WlValHt MiUlit)ltUg JL lajCI - I 9 f mf 9 C
1 the levees, submerging the farms, blocking
the railroads, and driving the people from
their homes. i . f . . : ? - l
and up to the standard, "All Wool and a Yard
Wide," call on
MONROE B. CALDWELL :
- . - WITH - r : '..
Hargraves fc Willielm-
Nov. 11, 1881. 2w Charlotte, li. C.
To the People around HuntemiUe, Cow
an1 Ford and Jtandalsburff
We would respectfully call your attention to
the fact that we have Goods to SELL and all we
Stephenson, B. F. Houston, W. W. Dun-1 Washington will have his Cabinet slate ki5d 0f goods you want we will tell to
oneness anu uoi irom xorw, Carolina, xn Johrj K w Aa9tin Calvin Rodgers, ""T srrangeo, aunongn n may no. yotL All you haTe to do to get goods cheap is
a third is an extraordinary collection of I roa r rvn I be then announced. But the President is i to Jew at us a little. We don't Intend to let
ul.rl.aal t U:U V.. C... I. I SS- t,rUW I .t T I rtiarlntta m anv nthar nliM nnr1Mll t Inti
iub urui, luuatw iur wiwu iuat otaie is i - , ; i fjivint? more oi ma inougnus o me xiev
famous. On the benches and floor are G.as,ton ?oxxn7X. F' Sowe & ?' York election than to any other subject
masses oi coai, iron, copper, siaie, granue, , o ,V wsr xr.,.a f-n!-;- w J-8t now 'na lBere DO ,OOD De " may have aa much as you wUl want and will tell
marble, corundum, asbestos, mica and other v r x . ! Isincerely desirous of Kepabbcan success, I to yon at yonr price, if we can't ret our. Come
. - - a m m. m .aBal -inOF -Cft mw - I mt rm mr ' ' . .a-. ana. mymr r a-a. a -aa.
.I-.l-.l-- -a. .--.. 1 A . A A. I mmmm Jj -U-W W A AdViaiiAaa I T . - IT.. . . I1 . " l
v&iuauit; ui in era is. xxuiviig tut? wuuub is
r r ".J I T r. tt' x T, o, ,! -r o I wuw.ay, uv-uav.u.ug aU.. w , yj . . 1fts1
"In one show case is native gold from
Georgia, in nuggets, lumps and bars. In
another, gems and marbles of exquisite
fineness and tint from North Carolina. In
E. C. Davidson, J. II. Walker, Joseph I np a similar place on the bench of the
Cunningham. J Court of Claims to take a Cabinet posi-
Cabarrus county D. A Caldwell. F. I tion, and Solicitor-General Phillips posi-
A. Archibald, Warren Coleman, col., L. I tively declined to exchange his pleasant
J. Heiling, Asa Burt. M. F. Nisbet, Jno. J position for a Court of Claims Judgeship
McDonald. Jno. W. Widenheimer. I proaered mm oy uen. uarneid. it is
Union conntv J. C. Hartv. W. J. tDougnt tna. tne rcuaeu on nis return
"e w A d verti8emeiits."
Notice--T. L. Vail, Crhalrman Board Com. Meck
lenburg county. , ,
Honey, Honey Brown & Weddington.
Money Wanted Springs c BorwelL
Friends and old Customers Monroe B. Caldwell.
Notice Baker 45 Derr and Derr 3s Baker. -Land
Sale of Valuable Town Property Melissa
N. Cha'Admlnlitrfttnx. : i - , .
Judge L. P. D. Warren, of Albany, has
been appointed ' by Governor Colquitt
Mb. H. J. Dctfie of the Laurinburg
Enterprise has purchased the Pee Dee
Bee of Rockingham and will now run
both papers. '
A T T f TJl 1
a. eper, jyi oiacA. i nrtta-i.h-t-naino- all inainnationa to the and see
t: . . t T n t. tt I o - . . I
j-incom counvy r. d. oess, vo , jo. contrary, and notwithstanding that what
King, L. D. Hayes, J. B. Shelton, M. S. I known aa lha hal..hrepd , lmnt of
Sherrill, J, F, Rhinehardt, J. Weaver, hi8 party; which is in control of the or-
in. jueuiuaua. I cranixAt.ion. haa "trtrned don. u tbs mt.
- . . - ' - 1 1 1 1 j
-aaaaa-. lr . .,, i 11
Smaix-Pox is'' Richico-td. -We learn
that small-pox is raging in Richmond to
an alarming extent. We hope that pre
cautions will be taken to prevent the j
spread of the disease, lt seems that it has
BARKER A DERR
and DERR ft BARKER.
J FOB BENT,
a Am mm U Aa 1 Wa smmm mm tP-M -tW a- 1 m mm - Ma i aa Klfl. UIA-A
ing is, all those who are personally lnend-1 iOM " 7 V t, ;.' , 4.7 . " .
lytohimandthat.element of the party l.r
with which he has been associated. R. BARRINGER.
Nov. 4, 1881. 2w. - '
Mr. Allen Adams of Swift Creek town
ship, Wake county, died on Friday last,
Jufce of the Albany Circuit Sunerior L:!?!. JfffaLh!P ChestnutOatlleal d
.- ' . m f ph. abu ucr ti uuauigiruii Bays vuv I ubvo aep vub tsc 01 iio exiBiencea Bvcrcw 1 tice 01 peac0 almost coniinnowy xor mty- lMaccarooi,at a, U. UVW&lilil.
Court, y ice W. O. Fleming, deceased. I Star.
--Raleigh Qbtercer. -
: READY MADE CLOTmNG
; Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trmiks,'
Carpets, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ac., regard
less of cost, to close buslneas by January 1, 1883.'
: Having concluded to return to the Eastern'
part of the State, and to avoid packing and ship
ping our goods, we have resolved to give the :
public the benefit to purchase our entire stock at : '
prices never before known in Charlotte. , ::
Our goods are all new and Desirable, having
bought a complete new stock this season. DoKt
fail to call early and secure tie ! ; ;
as this is positively a bona fide Closing Out Bale :
Three new Silver Plated Mansard Show Cases.
One No. 7 Moslems Fire Proof Safe, One Hand
some Mirror, Five Iron Stools and Four Folding1
Awnings, for sale cheap. - '-. vi-. ui
- H. MORRIS A BROS. w i
OcL 21,1881. , , . . a .---j; j.'r .,,.,!:
swies naving provided ina.: oeposiuons -.V ? - V - '
1 oeiora omcera nronri . ani.norizea anaii oe 1 j. .. ; . t . t " .
Wal- I . . j Z f 7 . , " j I crusscu uy a neyer-iaiung orancn.ana weii locatea .
' " 1 I treated as having been in official custody j for improving. They are near the center of the 1
, , I HUCU ICUCIVCU tairUUtU IUO UUlbVU 3tlCB I W..BUUU. - ' - ;
TOBBENCB & BAILEY,
CoUege Street, CBixuyTTx, N. ; C.V.
Handle Grain, Flour, Bran, Ac,
and sold. . f 1
Oct 7, 188L
s 4 Certificate Lost.1
Application will be made to the proper officers '
of the Atlantic, Tennessee A Ohio Railroad Com-'
pany. In North Carolina for the re-issue of cer'
tiflcate No. 45, for four (4) shares of the capital
stock of said company, which has ' been lost or ;
' fat. l W,U,lJlil-,,
uci.zi, lesi. zm 7.
. ... -r
a fv "V"a win ue maue 10 ine proper oncers .
of the Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio railroad Convi h
pany, in North Carolina, for the' re-issue ot cer-
tiflcate No. 878, for six (f) sham of the capital-1
stock of said company, which has been lost' of I
m E. NYE HUTCHISON,,.
Oct. 21,1881. 2m ' , t
Spice, ; Ginger, &c.
n We have just received Spice, Ginger, Pepperr
GeUtine, Cora 8tarcb, Ground Sage, Fine Fla
- WILSON ft BURWELL, Druggistil
aiwv. f tool.