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VQL XXX1K ASHEBORO, N. C, THURSDAY, February 7, 1907. No 6.
in Iiedell Court Last
LYNCHING ROBBED STATE OF
Negroes Charged with Murdering the
Lyerly Family Wer ReleasedLeft
Statesvllle on Foot fur Asheville.
The galleries and Btanding room
of the Statesville courthouse were
filled to overflowing on Wednesday
ot last week, when the case against
Delia Dillingham, Henry Gillespie
and George Irwin waj called for
trial, the case having been removed
from Rowan county last fall to Stan
ley county, and then removed by
consent from" Stanley county to
Iredell county owing to the con
venience of the u.tnesses, and the
fact that the term in Stanley conn
ty was only one w-ek. Solicit
Hammer was assisted in the pro
secution Hon. T. F. Klntrz, of
Sitting a', the beak of th-ir at
torneys were the pris ei -vi the
woman and tin-two men. "All n -peared
some what indifferent as t
the result of the trial. By the side
of the solicitor sat -Miss .Vary Lyery
ly, the older daughter of Mi . Isaac
Lyerly, the murdered man. Miss
Nola" Sherrill was employed as
stenographer to take the evidence in
When che case w.is called man
of the large crowd could not get in
the courthouse. Iuside the bar of
the court th?ii were probably 30 or
50 lady spectators.
Miss May Lyerly was the first
witness called by the State. Hei
statement was a mere recital of the
awful tragedy. She stated that
she was first awakened by smoke
in the house. She and two of her
sisters were sleeping upstairs and a
sister downstairs called to her and
told her to come down; tint their
father, mother and two children
were killed, s ho went downstairs
and found the mini on fir" and the
dead bodies of h, r motie father,
brother thuiigli the sister wa imi-
conscious the- was not. th-u de..d.
But in her testiiirmy there was
nothing brought out to coined the
prisoners at bar with the crime.
OiC'f wii nesses were ini.roduccd
nmorg them Henry Miyhue who
WHS h -mti.I-oii of Fi'i G'ilespU; tlie
wife o' Ne.i'eGillcpi . Ilenrv had
bend m Co fesMon t y Xeao Gllen
pie -lie'. . din Gillespie, boih of
wnoin .lave ti ice b'e.i hmdi-d, in
which c.i'ifesM'.m i was r-r.a;i,l tha.
all M '.q pi isu- ve.c engaged tu
the liotiiblo inn r of the four
mellibt I'd of I lie I, wily family oil
t" nil of" the 13'.h T July las.
Til's w; B. us eei :e I. i tiled nut by
His Honor Jtole Mi.oii, as heresiy
testuito iy. This pMc .i. ',U y clone 1
the trial, i'ut tiie ii . ligation
hid b t o li.xic and the evidence hud
Will i-can': it li.iil cost, some money
to iio it, lnit it wild a cabc of stijh
importance that hid h court a-id
proi? Clltit'ir il toriiejd f. lr. that ii.
vas k nialier h!ch si o.dd i e in
vist'ga id i" the open i,o I iiif' the
peo, 1c ifii-'hsi."' for tin ni'-lvt t the
facia as they were. Mih it, i, be
lirv-d ti nt thine dclco-aiils wete
either a' I ji upuit f iheui guilty
vet it " "t e of those Ci.se.s which
thi .S. io fade I lo ,-e'j.ir- th,.. tvi-d.-n
v f dlu ient to convio ,
When di-puty-i-hi nil J. M. Dea
t"n took thi. defendants to ihe rail
road st.ari"!i j i Statesville th t wight
t put t he'ii on ti e tru'n t, K-ud
t ieoi it Charlotte or J'Outh Caro
lina of sonunv here, the negroes said,
they did not, want to g.t on tie
tni1: r.'iev s.nd, "while o ir f.-et are
or. !.. gru'iud let them stay we
prefer wt.lk.ng". The deputy let
th " t':ey left in a hnrrr walk
ing u ih-j rolrouii lr.uK , ..i.irU
Ash vil1'. They inipiired of the
deputy where they ought to go and
he iold them, "to Africa."
W. C. T. U. SOCIAL
Pleasant levelling Kmt at the Hinie o
Mrs. A. U. Worth.
A Social Session of th Womau's
Christian Temperance Union, -as
held at th residence of Mrs. A. II.
Worth, last Friday night, though
the weather was bad a good number
attended the meeting, and the en
tertainment provided made it most
pleasant and instructive.
After devotional exercises a-pro-grani
ot music was rendered and in
teresting game caused the time to
pass only too rapidly,
i Fruits and candies were served.
Report of Work of Asheboro Graded
School for January.
A very good index of the life of a
town is the interest taken in its
schools. Judged by that standard,
there are few towns in the state
more alive to their best interests
than is Asheboro, The total en
rollment for the present session has
reached 355. During the month of
January the enrollment was 310;
and the percentage of attendance
was 92 . The enrollment in each
grade, along with the honor roll
for that grade is given below.
Attendance 87 per oe:it.
Honor Iioll Alvali lielts, Puth Cox,
Howard Dickens, Gertrude Foster, Tyson
Foster, Alice Ilunsncker. Mary McCain, Mary
Motlitt, Martha Evelyn Morris, I'rs'.ey Clark,
Elsie Prosuell, Ilallie Uoss, Hlancli St.-ed,
ltaxler Stowe, .Vanton S! rcn, Ilanuali leis.
Kuniiie Hnlla. K liih lSi'its. .!;.!in Unttuin.
Lillian lltiiisiifkci-. f,.(s:a 1 1 i u : 1 1.-. .Iai:i-.-Miller,
(ir.ie.- I'restie:i. Colin -,,:,. It.,'
Wnvxh, Lena Williams.
Si.( ):,!' ti!:i'K.
Attciidaiiet- '.il x r i i hi.
ll.mor llo'd -Fran!. ;-i"l El m-r ; enr-:-,
IJerlie Kivi'it, I .lira .loia-s. -Ir.M-l 'lla-ji'iw,
Fred Smitli, NVl'in Nt-wi.y, Edna N.MHian,
Alice 15iiiKl.. a l. :i'.i-n F.,x. .I .v II. n.lriel.s.
Iinsli l.asiier, Maie l.c.l li, Crlie W il
liams, E liel l'ivsn"ll, Victoiiu Ihnr ,vv, Fail
Allied, Clyde Cox, -John Miller.
Attendance '.I") ier cent.
Honor Koll-Fleta Lewallen, Byron Uicli
ardson, John Swain, Uilla Spoon, Jessie
Ward. Grace Ferree, Beatrice Iivallen.
OUie I'resnell, John Pluminer, Nannie Plutn
mer, Fred I'luuimer, Clara Presnell, Lucile
Scarlxiro, Carl Steed, Harvey Rogers, Jason
Attendance 93 per cent.
Honor Roll -Annie Davis, Gertrude Fer
ree, Lillian Headrioka Nellie Spoon, Cora
Stowe, Cornie Wull, Ij)uella Lowe, Fred
Styres, Ies'.er lioutb.
At endunce it'j per cent
iioaor iioll Mildred KarliUeud. Janetie
l).e!.H!is, Eula t!latow, Eugcuia McCain
Myelin liidjre, Lillie 1'arrisli.
Ear.) led I
Attendance 87 per cent..
Honor K ill - virgin DickeiiH, Ediul Ferre,
Mary Vuiiiunu ai, E.iolio l'liwull.
Atleiiiliuieo !).' .t cent,
lion ir Roll ln.i Annum, 1 lev fox, Annie
K'.x, Cora lteddiny. I.ynello Svaiii, Janien
Attcnilnnee fl,"? per cent.
lionor K..U - May Pickens, Hall, 1;1-
lie Jonos, Maila I'.iilia, .lameti Iarii, 1: id
ll iner, Wayla id lliyeit, Couo liid.;e, Ever
ett Wiu.-l,iw, lioliali lictiH.
Attendance 1)9 per cent.
Honor lloll -Fleia Fox, Herodon Mofiitt,
JOHN TURNER HARRIS
Died Ne.tr Ix-xlutan Last Week In
jured Near Mechanic,
John Turner Harris died near
Lexington one day last week at
an advanced age. -Mr. Harris had
ben a nipple for the last 15 yeurs
and tor the last three years had been
helpless, unable to get i ut of his
It will be remembered that Mr.
Harris' hip was broken near Me
chanic, the canse being that a number
of dogs belonging to the late Gapt.
Fisher and Waiman ran out to the
road where he was passing on a
mule and so frightening the mule
that Mr. Harris was thrown to the
ground receiving the severe injuries
mentioned. Mr. Harris brought
suit in court and recovered some
thing more than $800.00 damages.
He was the father of T. B. Harris
with whom he lived at the time of
his death, and a grandfather of
Plato Collin?, the Ulerk of the Court
of Lenoir County, - and grandmaster
of tbe Odd Fellows of North Car.
J. ,T." Moffitt returned froii a
business trip to South Catolina
GRAND FATHER CLAUSE
Joint Caucus of Legislature to Consider
I ntending Ten Years.
A joint caucus of the member of
the legislature will be held Thursday
night of this week for the purpose
of considering the proposition em
bodied in a bill by Judge Winbourne
to amend the State Constitution and
extend the "grandfather clame" of
the election la for ten years ad
ditional, that is until 1918. Unless
some action is taken the time will
expire next year. It will he recalled
that the Republican state convention
last year recommended an extern-inn
ana at the time it wasctedited rathe
Blackburn element of the patty.
Among the Demon at ic mem bus nf
the legislature there is a difference
of opinion on the subject. Som
favo1" I he preposed extension f"f
ten years anil some for shorter
periuds, while others are opposed to
extending it a', all. Heii'-e thecal'.-
1 1 1 T nf "the , -uncus t M'CU-e the
Mil j ifiu f--itliie:it.S nil tills J - -t'o-i.uit
MR. ELAIR GETS TAIL
t a -.ell I'imiii .1.: il on ). ;i,i
l I'M:., il U II
Mrs. :. w. r.i.i:,-, n,,- Umi .m-
diik cm'lI Mujiivi id (.'nut! ue'ui' (. ni I
W. Klair, wtiimi she s-l ot to dentil
at their hiuiie on January lTth, has
been released from j til, bail being
secured Yom Judge Prince at Lex
ington Court in the sum of $,000.
I'he release in this small sum was
seen red on the testimony as taken
at, the inquest and upon an affida
vit recently tecured from Conduc
tor vYni. H. Amies about whom
Mrs. Hlair is said to have shot her
It will be remembered that Dr.
Knowlton, who was with Conductor
Blair on his way out to the hospital
testilied that Mr. Blair said just be
fore he died that his wife shot him
inarpiairdaloitthiitm n Amies."
Dr. Knowlton taid Mr. Bliir pray
ed for his wife ou the wuy out to
"NORTH CAROLINA PINE."
Attractive Snuvnilr Sent Oat by Mr-Allister-Kos.i,
Mr. Chtr'es Wo.. -f the ,,r.'.
gres-'ive MeA lu'er -iin.-s Luiiibir
eouipatiy iituateil i:i th busy ji.i,!
eiiMUng IdaM lit" Jjli'lllt ei is .Sell i-
ii!; out a most, jittiueiiw sutivciiii
a li ru-einei.t ill tho Mi..;'i! i,f ,i
hsitiiisniiielv lliiisheii e'di'et irit liuui
fiHt'il piece of iyp'c.' Xoitli CuiM
lina long-leaf line.
Upmi the g;b!et is printed the
fnllowiiig teast, one that, brought
ilon the. liunse at the recent meet
ii.g of the Xorth Carolina Society
in Nt-w York:
(iere's lo the land of iIm Ion: leaf pine:
Here's to (be Lmd where, tins uni ilo'li
VI here, the weal- grow strong and the i-trm c
Here's lo down home the old North State
Old North Carolina pine has hnir
had a just celebration, which has
grown with the years.
1'ungrrK.Kniaii-elert Weds Daughter ol
Judge II. 1'". Long.
Sratesville, N. C, Jan. 31. A
wedding of interest to all North
Carolina society occurred in States
ville this evening when Miss Lois
Loug, the charming daughter of
Judge B. V. Long, became the brid.
of Hon. Richard X. Uackett, Con
gressman-elect from the eighth
district. The marriage took place
this afternoon at Oakhurst, Un
handsome home of the bride's fath
er. Only the nearest friends and
relatives of the family were bidden
to the marriage but several hundred
were invited to the reception follow
ing. L.D. CARTER DEAD.
Veteran Missouri Editor, Native of
Greensboro, Dies at Savannah, Mo.
St. Louis, Mo., February 3.
Dispatches today from Savannah,
Mo., announces the death there of
Leroy D. Carter, a veteran Missouri
editor, torn in Greensboro, N. C,
January 27, 1826. At ti.e age ot
10 he began his newspaper caieei
by setting type on a Greeusbopo,
N. C, paper.
E. B. Hatch will in the near fu
tnre travel for the Asheboro Wheel
barrow & Mfg. Co.
Fire destroyed a section of the
Baldwin Locomotive Works plant
at Philadelphia last week. The
damage is f 1,000,000 fully insured.
1000 men were employed in the
The funeral of the late Rt-v. W.
P. Fife, who died in St. Louis, was
conducted at Fayvtvil!e Friday
Mr. Henry M. lleece, a Guilford
c unity man, ha been appoin-ed to
i he position of teller in the ofliee of
tate Treasurer Licv, in Uale'gh
Mr. l'eeee is a native of Jami-ston
and was at one time a loeoinol i ve
engineer on the Son' .hern Railway.
TI.e IY..pl.-s Life L-.smancc t'otu
;i:inv haJ just l)"cn orjaeiz- d at
(.' v. :..-! to.
'I. i'.. StVlll!--V lets IV Mi '. !')
en I ii'.'xew Y. He an-
IH'il:!-..-' h:il.-e!f a t !! ' n-l'e h sin c-
.Li... V.'. Ho. 1 by, iu d To years,
died at .l i ni-stown Saturday.
The Asheville Rapid Transit Co..
has ceil granted a franchise by the
Asheville Aldermen, to construct
and operate another electric railway
in the city.
A match factory is proposed for
Mr. John Brown, a painter of
High Point, and Miss Tracy Burch.
a eeveuteen year old Jamestown
girl, were married Thuisday in
South Carolina, the couple having
eloped on account of the youth of
Mrs. E. W. Carter died suddenly
at Winston Salem Ja few days ago.
They moved from Albemarle to
W'H tm-a'em in 1003. Stanley
T.aet Thursday Mrs. Ed Campbell
of Not th Iredell eonuty died f tn'i!
mi attack of measles and pnent!i;nii i.
She is survived by a hu-baud and
I. n children. The husband otilv
a!,eiided the funeral, all the eh 1
dien being ill from sini'Lir comp'i
Judge Connor has tinted fn
Wilson, where he is erecting n !n. i i
The Bank of Gibsony'lV is-.s
been chartered with $10,0(H) cap.ial.
J. M. Boring, E. L. Green an i J.
A. Hunt, Jr. are ii corpora tor-..
In ii freight, wr.'.-k at Ba:' !'.-.
near Salisbury, Saturdav, fii.'.ri ''.-!
Sowers 'o.st a f ot at:d th - e us,
c.nnlai.iing a large lot of r,i!l,,i:,
Eiim'ii D.ivid W. Ba,c!ev. of
lialeto'i. has been transferie I fr mi
he ou;i-bo.it ('onc.)rd to l b" armor
d oiuifcr, West Vrirgin'a. Both
envls are in the Orient.
Saturday the House of II -pr s?)n
tatives at Washington In Id a
memorable session to pav tribute
to the late Senator (ioruian, of
Marylandfafter which it ndjourEed
Miss Flizihrth Ross, died ;,t
(ireensboro Sunday at the advanced
age of SI years.
The XToi folk and Western Rul
way Company is laying 'JO lo rails
on the Winston-Salem Divisioi., .-uid
the Southern is making similar
improvements between Greeeeboiii
The scarcity of ccal cars ha?
paralj.ed the coal industry of
Tennessee and Kentucky, as weil
is other milling sections. Tlie coal
f-imi.ie is being more or less felt all
over i he country by tranufaeturers.
Wesley Wilkey, who was arrested
at Salisbury last week, for the mur
der of Otis Ross, ot Gate City, Va.,
iota been returned to prison and
tl:e $100 reward paid the officer,
lie is to hang February 17th.
A freight wreck occurred near
Norlina, on the Seaboard Air Line
Friday, when a double header broke
through a bridge over the Roauoke
river. Both engines and twelve
cars dropped into the water. En
gineer Conslable and Fireman Rig
gin were killed.
Ust Tor March Term oi'Randolpk Super
Jury List March Term 1907.
Columbia Township J. F. Kiv
ett, E. O. Vestal, Charles Patterson,
J. F. Fount.
Grant Wm. King, S. E. AllenP
Coleridge II. G. Hay worth.
Randleman W. F. Ivv, Doc
Hunt, W. G. Brown.
Back Creek X. S. Andrews, W.
Trinity W. W. Meredith.
Liberty P. P. Jones, C. II.
Hardin, A. W. Curtis.
Concord A. L. Delk, E. H.
FianklinsviUe F. L. York, G.
II. Black, W. A. Walker.
Browor T. W. Maness.
Cedar Grove W. B. Hammond,
K. W. Iv-artis, W. S. Gatlin.
I'm.,., Jo.l W. Sfider, 11.
Xew Val'liet R. V. Jl llMlcr, W.
I'l.-asui'. Grove J. P.
NrW IR.ia 'I'n-lv L-ilin, .N. V.
Ri.-hhind-G. W. L -wivtice.
Aslu to .Vni. Burns, K. il
Tabei nac'e J. ('. llouv.-r.
S KOI I Ml WKKK.
Coleridire E. W. Mo Hi it.
Pleasant Grove II. T. Brower.
Randleinau B. B. Beasley, J. M.
Cuiou J. J. Welch, Wm. Cox.
Liberty T. II. McPherson.
Frauklinville J. M. Uouth.
Xew Hope J. L. Crauford, W.
Grant L. R. Bean.
Providence A. E. Staley, John
Concord B. K. Steed, W. P..
Back Creek Allen Trotter.
Richland Ellis Jordan.
New Market B. F. Ridge.
:kvt-ii To He Held 111 tlie Count' During
I el., ,:ui) .
Diirinir the month of I-Vtiruarv
te.cher.' llei'tlligS will :,e held in
ddlerent p.uts of the cou.kv :, loc
; sevei ill li it'-s veil b.-lo.v. i'a'uiH
! Superintend -n , J. M. '-V'.iv h.n
i iSMled il CUT : lirj.Mli" the teacher.
I to :tltt nil, uni iiivi'i.g- tj ;i j ) v
tin- comi;iit;-ei,i. it mid patr -.,.- of
j the stde-oi.- !o 'a- pr.-senr. ut. the
I Hit" -hilt' hei.! I lhe:u.
I Meetings ill be t e!d us follows:
! Ci.raway Schmd ii'oiise, Tri: '.ty
! t.'.vnship,' 1'. -i. ..;!, !-:ili, J uo7.
j .'lililain, :-i l:.ad Jl,' ise, i'ii,i!Jiu
j i't . rowrubm. I .-brii.iry 1IJ, 1!H)7.
J in 'is.'ii r t-ii- i'i I f-el-ool, Coluiii-
l.i.-i 'oe u-hio I j'i:-u. ry 1J. 11UI7.
j v.'.'leiid;i 1 c nail 1 ..use, C(U
' l iilue towiiiliMi. : 'e!ir a v 1 5, J 007.
.v-hi-hon, -!-d :'.iio. !. As,
I,om lownsllip, l'i brn::'? 1 l'.i'C.
Vhy Not A,. de ..v. liiehlaii.l
t.j.snii. Fel-n.iiry i'o, 1007.
F.irnitT Ii;stito'e. t',,in n tnwi -uhtji.
F-li H i' v -2, 11IU7.
Hi;-(,c t-'o',iidr.v ami Mno'ti'te Works
Will ili j,o, tin- ia.iui'ajiart- n, ilu-m...
llerbeit Th. uij. ii)n .1' W'i n t-1: i
Sal- hi, was in Ariiiuoro Moiolay
niorn'iig!vi.iniii!gfioni I iMVwntieie
I:-fjtepr . .",u;Jay wit'i . ,). ,V..i,'.
Mr. V'iilci., who ,H a .'(lit.N if
Mr. Tij.iiiipso i, recently . ,i il a
pOSllin,! w:t 1 the l.il'M- I' 0 lilt l'
ir.d M ich n v'or -s. t,, l cone ?
fiom N'e' 1 oi k state. !l - ha- ;ir
raiig'rd Wit'.i t iat co'iip ii,- lo ii; in
uf.ictii e;.,i upright g.i!-....'e i r-jii.e,
ti'un I i- ow l: iiicp.-i ed j;;,;.-,;!.
The pi'tt-.ns a:e just coaipleLed
aid the disci,.- foundiy will b gin
to ncntiliictnre thi-m at once.
Fox-McDonald Marriage Aunonnred.
Invitations have been issued as
follow: ''Mr. and Mrs. William A.
McDonald invite you to be present
at the marriage of their daughter,
Susie, to Mi. James Claudius Fox
on the evening of Wednesday, the
thirteenth of February, nineteen
hundred and seven, at 7 o'closk, at
their residence, Rockingham, North
Miss McDonald is one of the
brightest and one of . the most at
tractive young ladies in the State,
and is ki.-cwn to many Courier read
ers as the popular young lady from
Rockingham, who taught at Tioy
for several years.
IN STATE CAPITOL.
Bill Regulating Solicitors Salary
VARIOUS AMENDMENTS ARE
Made Special Order lor Wednesday
Opposition to Creating New Districts.
Aycock Anti-Trust Hill.
Gorman News Bureau,
Raleigh, X. C, Feb. 4 '07.
If the lawyers in tbe Legislature
get thiongh looking after their own
and agree upon the provisions
of the measnie now pending in the
Senate to tix the compensation of
the prosecuting otlic-.-rs of the six
teenth judicial distiict of the
State, Several oth h;l!s of state
iuiooi-iance will tins week get a
chance to pa-s through th" legisla
This .-olicitoia" Sa'aiy Bill has
for two weeks been a source of con
tention in t lie Senate and latt Sat
uiday for t tie third lime made the
spici.il order for 1 in her cousidera
ti mi this time In lug g-.-t for Wed
UcmI.iv at iio.in. his to be hoped
tiiai H will he liually disposed of
I hen so far is the Senate is concern
ed. There is linle divison of senti
ment on the general proposition to
change the system fiom fees to a
tixed salary but the trouble is over
what that salary should be in the
several districts and when the
change should go into effect. As
the bill now stands, with the Ay
cock amendment, it would not go
into effect till January 1909, and
as that amendment has been &c
cepted by the author of the bill it
is likely to remain in the bill as
finally passed. Tfee light
Wednesday will be over the
question of adopting the ph.ns of
senator licvard lo pay varving
salaries in the teverai districts" ac
cording lo tbe number of terms of
court and the amount of criminal
business transacted, some being
lix.nl at t"gaieii hundred dollars
and most of th en ranging from two
thousand to tinny live hundred.
Ao tH-bill now s a uls (ifier th
adrptioit Fndiy last, of the hiiiciuI
nieM t Senator .WLt.-t-i) no Hoiici
I. n r'l.'l1 lece've nunc Hieii .ii,500,
ami if t.ne u.-.iul lees as no.v pid
do not vi.ounr t.i TD.it u ii shall
rei ie i.c, e th ii the lies (In
MinMili' l. At p..-.-. nt s in; of ttlej
v.d, i ..is ; iv i.c-ni.,e, i,,,d.:i- the
fee . to. more mi :c-v ti:u, ei her
th. .Mton; y ,t o (die ('h':ef
.iusf'c , s.'iu o i.;ei, ttinj! lo'ir
il.eisaiol a. id mi -v live, hundred
do I.HS ci;i of lh- . Kj v.
A i.'-r .:i! inn !: , n intro-luced
dtiMie th.- i.: i h.-i k ( iucteise the
I. mi'., i ol j nl.cia! .l;-.-ricts of the
tai'. . 'I 11 ! is i.;r ;.!v ;)t,0 I j!( Ml
I h'' hiitl. Is of t:i- S ;;,,e (M.u nitte
i il j ulie.-il !..-( .-.,.t t , lie .viine ef
lect, pr..i i n. f.n-f ur ,u ,r, soperi
or co ,rt j-.'es an I, f cium . four
.novo d ( ii..rs. l ioui ".u.v .-rs itious
.hii.'il f is iviltel- I...-' 'i , lee. utly
;i i : e:i tint s -in i r-.-o-.i iC in . Ie on
tin door of 1 1.,. S, i'i;,-!,:.; tha
s -v. r.-.l u - s on tic Solicitor'
'-!.! IV 'I.!' ills i';isl.l 'i.'e Vl',1 fj-
lu-'e ii. put- ii"v Id i i!h lhat
ohj -ci iii vie.
. Oti.il, oe.ini',. I i.i s oevelnped
w( wit-. iegnrd t-i what il be
d.j'.e ly this iei.-ia'ur for r.be
i.ddi'.'..iial care and u.a'.uient of
the u icnrt.' f.u- indigent insane
pi rsons i..f the Sii-ie. Thi re ure
fee' il hil's on th.1 s ihj.'ct of
"... I r s snd idiot.-" in th; bitida
.fib- 'inilttee. Hm just, vhut
kii.d of hi 1 tiie comm.tt vs will
lina'ly ev hv -inii.t Ie foretold
v;t.i a y d .r eo a-cina-y at t.hia
Tiie Aycock and llolt aiiti-trn.it
l il's u c e t.i n u,i li.v irti i.-r
p-.rt ol! :he j-iesei.t week b' tie
eoiiniiit'.eis atirT it is expected lhat
'he tight ocr t.liem will be even
few degrees warmer than was the
ixji.;.e,itioit iu the hetnng of the
railroad committee last week uni.
the week previous. Bo h of iue
anti-trust bills are verv drastin in
their previsions and their an. bora
do not expect to see them adopted
in their present shape.
The stock for a steam laundry
for Asheboro hns about all been
subscribid and a meeting is ex
pected to be held about; the 15 ih of
February to affect a permanent or
ganization. The company will be
made for a chnrter in a few days.