THURSDAY, JANUARY 1(1, 1S84.
ViottwcB Tiik Wat it WoKs.-.At
jzoo, Miss.. Christina eve, John James
ndored, Insulted a merchant named Po
sey, who, with several Mends pursued
in, and were mbnsh?d by the negro
vd his friends and Pose v, his brother,11 enter on ne J"r " presidential
I ..1.1 .1 .. .11 4 ...if (In.
md a friend were shot and inntnntly kill
mi, and two or three others wounded.
James was killed next day while resist -g
arrest? but fonr of his party were ta
ken by the sheriff and lodged in jail.
That night a mob of 300 men took pos-
-ssioti of the jail and shot or hung the
confederates of James. Thus, in less
loan 48 hours tight or ten men lost their
lire all the result of insulting language
and a violent temper. It matters little
when a man dies if he is ready, for death;
hnt to be cut off as these were is a very
different thing. -ft
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Agricultural Department. Mr. Ai
ken, of South Carolina, has introduced a
hill in Congress, for the establishment of
no Agricultural Department with a rfp
esentative iu the Cabinet, equal in rank
and pay of other members of-the Cabinet,
with an assistant on a salary of $4,000 a
raar. The present office of Commission
er of Agriculture will be abolished if this
bill shall pass.
Senator Butler, of South Carolina,,
was among the first to introduce a bill
fur the repeal of the internal revenue
system. He says :
"My principal object, however, is to
get rid of the internal revenue bureau,
With its army of informers and blackmail
Ari WliiaL-fev nfin lift fov.ul tvitlniut Hm
existence of the internal revenue bureau.
n f- - t n i
'w mi n i mil j r i 1 1 1 .t i i v Dumxi urn c s imj
may put a tax of $10 a gallon on whiskey,
but you can do this without the bureau.
This is the institution I am alter."
The exploring party sent out from
New Orleans last fall to explore the eyer-
..-,. r.o.um, .laying escaped ine
jaws of abators, the wild" Indians and
1 C 1 1 x .i
the saw crass fires, have completed a
gainful journey of 300 miles, in some
places cutting their way at the rate of a
quarter of a mile a day, and now come
before the public with a report in which
they say the land cannot be drained and
is utterly worthless. The report will no
doubt prevoke a new expedition.
Forgery. The Charlotte Observer of
yesterday, relates the circumstances of a
swindle practiced on two merchants in
that city by accepting forged or fraudii-'
lent cheoks passed to them by a young'
man calling himself J. G. Leak- an as- j
R'.imed name, no doubt. The fellow got !
away before the fraud was discovered. !
Moral : Do not buy checks from Strang- j
era who are here to-day and cone to. '
By the laws of Pennsylvania, the tax
collectors are required to publish in some
newspaper in their respective bounda
ries the names of delinquent tax payer?.
The Philadelphia Times of January 4th,
publishes a listof over KM'fMl delinquents
1 - e m .si . i . .
in uie cuy or r nuaneipnin. n requires
61 columns of the paper, with the names
iu small type to present the entire
Froze Up.--An engine on the Char
lotte, Columbia and Angusta I?. II. actu
ally froze Jip and came to a dead halt,
last Saturday night while coming toward
Charlotte. The Conductor knew not
whit was the matter until he searched
for the cause; and jt was only after build
ing a fire under the engine and mcltiui;
the ice that the train could move on.
The Columbia, (S. C.,) hosiery mill
sold fifty-six thousand pairs of stocking
to a Boston firm one day recently. I'hat
in better than sending the raw Cotton to
Boston to be manufactured and then hav
ing it sent back to southern consumers,
paying all the incidental charges of such
a -system of doing business.
Fits John Porter is still before Con
gress. The injustice done hjm in the
first instance has cost the country in the
time bis case has consumed of Congress
sad committees, thousands of dollars.
The Senate bill of Inst Congress for his
relief was reported to the House on Tues
day. "The Southern World' Atlanta, Ga.,
is one of thi best family papers iu the
country, independent of its liberal and
systematic attention to the farm, garden
and orchard. It is semi-monthly, very
handsomely got up aud illustrated, at one
dollar a year.
The U. S. Court at New Orleans has
decided the case between the Govern,
fuent and the N. O. National Bank on
the question of-.detaining mail matter i
favor of the Bank, which is at the same
time, in favor of the L,o. Lottery. .
A floating theatre, to cost $250,000 has
l'-en projected in New York. It is to
J ive 100 tats rooms for the performers,
pud the accommodation will be designed
J - - , w . ft.
joi i,ouu visitors.
nwwing urum, iu the most part is
manufactured from petroleum. It is all
4 he .work of the chemist and confectioner,
and really contains no gum of any kiud".
The failures of 1883 aggregate the
enormous sum of S17:10(X),000, more
than three times as much as in 1880.
It. is stutdu ih:t Cmasaas h . gj
to railroads since 18) n.i less "than
fcKl.fXtyfXx; acres of the public domain.
Democratic 151 tin dors.
Mi . E. S. JafTi ay, a Republican mer
chant, says: "I am an out-and-out free
trader, but I would rather ha ve a bad
tariff for twentjr years than a new one
Our able representative, Abram S.
Hewett, and all his fellow congressmen
who think that a revision of the tariff
is the oulr issue on which the Democracy
Jt m a .
Cilll IIHI1III, WOIIIU mi ncu Ml lUV mm
remark of the New York merchant and
paste it inside their bats.
The present tariff is not one year old.
It is full of imperfections and unjust dis
criminations. It is framed for the benefit
of special interests which has influence
enough to control a Republican Congress.
It wa passed by substantially the pres
ent Senate. It was approved by Presi
dent Arthur. Neither the Senate nor
the Executive will nlUw it to be changed.
It is a "bad" tariff. Granted. But the
business voice of the great commercial
metropolis says, "We would rather have
a bad tariff for twenty years than a new
one every year."
If it were wise and expedient to change
the tariff this year it would be impossi
ble. In the attempt the Democrats would
run their heads against the solid wall
of the Senate and Executive, and would
only prove their capacity to blunder by
alarming and disturbing the business
interests of the country.
The Democratic party has suffered too
t frequently from the follies and mistakes
tf its leaders to desire to repeat toe ex
periment this year.
Ju lobO Uencral Hancock, whose pa
triotism and integrity recommended him
to the people as something more than "a
good man weighing 250 pounds," was
killed by the folly of "a tariff for revenue
VVe justly denounce the Republican
party for its corruptions, its prodigality,
its subserviency to corporations and
monopolies, its failure to punish official
rascality and dishonesty, and its defiance
of the will of the people. We should
pot f?rSvt xhM these evils conl.1 not
1 have been continued thus but for Demo-
I era tic blunders.
Are the Democratic masses willing
that the folly of theorists and enthusiasts
should again renew the Republican lease
of powei f Mete York World.
If this Coiige8 could accomplish a
repeal of I he internal revenue system, it
mig,,t iest tW , hat until the democrats
could eloct plesi(lcnt and ain com.
plete control of the government. It is
very probably truo that do important re
vision and ehanixo of the present tariff
can be made with the Senate and the
President a-jainsT if, and there is there
fore, veiy litile use iu talking about it.
558,000 foreign ituniigauta landed iu
this country hist year, a considerable
falling off as compared with other years.
The Concord Ecgiskr reports an at
tempt by prisoners to break jail in Con
cord, new years' eve.
The Columbus, Ga.. Female College
was burned yesterday morning, a loss of
about 30,000 -about $5,000 above the
insurance on it. No lives lost.
"Hall's Journal of llsulth" is one of
the best periodicals for the general reader
n the subject of health in this countiy
There are fourteen democratic senators
' whose term of service expire 4'h March,
18d5 among whom Senator Vance is one
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I Here are eleven republican senators
whoso terms expire on the same day.
Chicago, Jau. 4. This has been the
coldest day of the present winter, the
thermometer being 14 degrees below
zero atV a. m.j at 11 o'clock it rose to 12
and at 1 o'clock it had fallen again to 14
At Omaha, Nebraska, the thermome
ter is quoted at 17 below ; at Dubuque,
Iowa, it was 20 below at 9 o'clock this
morning, and at Minneapolis, Minnesota,
at u on u to-day is registered ."JO below
zero, the lowest point at that hour for
twenty -tire years.
There were a series of accidents on the
mountain section of the Western N. C.
R. I. as we leaiu Horn the Asheville
Citizen, commencing on the 21st Dec, aud
Christmas day, and continuing several
days iu succession. Strange to say,
although some of the accidents were
frightful aud involved considerable loss
of property, no person was seriously
COXGUKSS XX TO 53 HOUSE.
Under the c ill of States a number of
bills and ivoiitious wero in trod need and
referred, among them the following:
Ry Robiusou, of New York, a resolu
tion calling on the Secretary of fctato for
information as to whether our ministers
obey-iho law of March 27th, I$7. This
law forbids United States ministers to
foreign co u n lies from appearing in pub
lic iu court dress, and retpiires them to
wear the ordinary apparel of Amwrjcan
Ry Beach, of New York, proposing the
following amendments, to the Constitu
1st. Uniform laws on the subject of
marriage aud divorce.
2nd, Giving the President power to
veto one or more items iu an appropria
3rd. Creating a stututo of limitations
to all claims agaiust the United States.
4rh. The credit, money or property of
tlie United States not to be teued or
giren to private corporation.
5th. Prohibiting the granting of exclu
sive privileges, and forbidding legislation
on appropriation bills.
Also a bill to repeal section 2771 of
tlie Revised ..Statutes. This bill win
flllftW fdkl'Ot.ktt A.. 1
-.-vm io asceau our rirers
ami unload. At present they must
loatl at point of entry
1 lie H inir
law i a " !
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ny muhani and Randall, f IVnusj l
vania, each one bill, tendering the thanks
iff Congr.a. and couferring additional
rank upon Chief Engineer Geo. W. Mel
ville, of the Jeannet te, DeLoug's vessel.
By Mucker, of South Carolina, for the
erection of a public building at Beaufort,
By Pjerce, of Tennessee, to enable
planters to sell tobacco raised by them
free from internal revenue tax ; also to
admit sugar and salt tree of duty.
By Warner, of Tennessee, abolishing
the duty on Bibles.
By Voting, of Tennessee, authorizing
the construction of a bridge across the
Mississippi river at Memphis, Teun.
By Balleatine, of Ten nessee, to repeal
the iron clad oath. "j
The total number of bills introduced
to day is 674.
The Murder. We regret to announce
that uo cine has yet been found that is
likely to lead to the detection ef the mur
derer of Mrs. Gunter and daughter. The
little girl, who was so horribly wounded
is improving so much that she will prob
ably recover. While she has regained
consciousness and is able to talk yet she
cannot tell anything about the murder.
She has no recollection whatever about
it not even remembering that she spent
that night at her grandm other's house.
All the circumstances connected with it
now seem a blank in her mind, but may
vet be revived and the murderer thns
made known. A great fear has seized
upon the women and children in all that
section of country in the nighborbood of
the murder, and a feeling of uneasiness
orevades the entire community. That
such a crime should be committed and
the perpetrator remain uukuowu ie. suffi
cieut to make all persons feel somewhat
uneasy as to their safety. VVe hear that
nearly every person iu the neighborhood
i i. a
has nought a pistol aim every House has
become a small garrison, which it would
be daugerous to approach after dark.
The Richmond &. Danville Railroad
Company having decided to reduce the
running time of their passenger trains
between Danville and Charlotte to toui
hours, have set about putting the track
mine proper couuinon and nareinveii
their oiders to the rolliim mills for
large lot of steel rails, to take the nlact
of what iron rails there are at present in
tue track between these two points. Tin
gap to he tilled is only 30 miles, and the
Richmond and Danville will then hnvt
au nubroken st-el rail track from Dan
ville South. It is already one of the hest
and safest rondheds in the South, nix
with the new steel rails will he perfect
When the four huur schedule is com
menced no Northern road will excel the
Richmond and Danville in speed, com
fort ami safety.
from Capt. V. E. McHoe, we learn
that the entire Western North Carolina
track is to be laid with steel rains, anrl
that besides the large amount already
laid, a force of hands are now engaged in
1 .n In,. , I , . ... . . a 2 k C k 1 rw-i
"V '"o '" h m-cuuii oi owmiirs. I lie
construction force of the Ducktown
division, are also laying down a contiuu
oils Hue, west ot tlie Pigeon river, i-i the
direction of Wavnesville and Charleston
which will be continued until the road is
completed lo the mouth of the Nantahala
nver, connecting therewith the Rabun
Gap railroad. This road under the con
tract is to be completed by the 1st o
July J6ti5. The work will be pushed
vigorously forward until every foot of
rail on this road is of- steel. Charlotte
lmrnam Recorder : It is a source of
pride to every true North Carolinian to
witness the rapidly increasing demand
for our bright tobacco grown in North
Carolina, which has a peculiar and ideas-
ant flavor, different from that grown in
many other States. The rich irolden
color and l he flavor render it very popu
lar with nil lovers of the weed. Mr. Mii
ler, of the Catliu Tobacco Co., of St.
Louis, Mo., was in town a few days ago.
looking for North Carolina tobacco. In
conversation with him he stated that fire
years ago he only used 5,000 pounds of
N. C, leaf, while last year he used
'1,500,000 pounds grown in N. C. lie
pronounced it the best grown for smoking
tobacco. This is only the testimony
of one flrm and gives the outside world
a little idea of the superior excellence
and popularity of our tobacco. Thaw
will always be a great deuiaud for N.
C. tobacco. The market cauuot be glut
ted. The smoking people will have it.
Cairo, Jan. 7.-3:30 p. m. The Egyp
tian Cabinet is iu sessiuu at the residence
of Chiref Pasha, Prime Minister and
Mini-tor of Foreign affairs. The Khe
diTe is not present. The ministers per
sist iu. their their determination to resign
and will tender their resignations to the
Khedive to-day or to-morrow.
London, Jim. 4. The Paris correspon
dent ef the Times summing up the situa
tion in Spain says : It is doubtful wheth
er King Alfonso in the event of the dis
solution of the Cortes eonld depend for
support upon the Spanish arm v. Mean
while the Zorilliat and Carlista are at
work. The correspondent concludes that
the alternative will soon be presented of
a choice bet ween anarchy and absolutism
with the probability that independence
and freedom will succumb.
Washington, Jan. 8. A Democratic
member of the committee on ways and
means at the close of the session this
morning said that the actiou of the pro
tective Democrats of the House was still
a matter of doubt, but iu any event
the nctioq of the Democrats of committee
would be conservative and calculated to
onue me party iu favor of tariff
Send six eents oostac-p. and
receive free, a costlv box nr
goods widen will help you to
more mojipv rlo-hr. nwv than
auytblns: else la mis world, au t Jtthc ci D..
ceed from ttrst hour, The fcroad road" to loi tune
opens before the workers, and Is absolutely sure
At once address, Trck & cq., Augusta, Maine, '
Administrator's ISTotice !
All persons havinsr claims acrainst rh e.
tate of Sarah Linstcr, dee'd, are hereby noti
" n.cwi tw iuu ujiuersiuneil ue-
r.,. t ni. i t
",c Ui4 January or this
notice will le plead in bar of their reeoverv;
and all person owing the said estate must
make immediate payment.
Mo H. 0. BOST. Adm'r
loruwj of Sarah Linstcr.
Farmers, save your Hogs!
nv rivinr Morris- Vecet ble compound durine
the Spring and Summer, yoa will nave no steJtness
among your lios. It wUl prevent and cuie Hag
Cnolera, and an diseases or swine, it win prevent
Trtcblme, and will put your Hogs In a tnrlity con
dition, cleat lag the kidneys and liver ot worms and
parasites. It will put nogs in sucn a conaiuon tnai
luey will fatten In one hair the time, thus saving
one hall the ieed. This wonderful remedy Is man
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In the forests of North CaroUna. Farmers try it.
For sale by J. H. B'I8, uniggist,
13.-3m. Salisbury, N. C.
SALE NOTICE 1
I will sell at auction, on Tuesday the 15th
day of January, for CASH, the following
articles, to wit :
Two Valuable Horses,
One Milch Cow, a lot of hogs, a good two
horse wagon, 1 one-horse wagon, single and
double harness, wagon harness, plow gears,
farming tools of every description, a lot of
Corn, Wheat, Oats and Forage Ac,
and other articles too numerous to mention.
Wilt sell privately, a valaable Farm, con
sisting of 206 acres more or less good mea
dow and creek bottoms. A first-class dwell
ing, with all the modern conveniences, with
good barn, grainery and other necessary
out-houses. There is a fine prospect for
gold on the place, with prospect shaft be
gun. 3T Sale to take place on the farm 3 J
miles east of Salisbury.
R. V. LANIER.
Dec. 31, 883. 2w-pd
Admini strator's Sale!
Having qualified as administrator of the
estate of George Cauble, dee'd, I will sell
the persona! property belonging to his es
tate, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 22nd
and 23d of January, 1884. The sale will
be at his late residence about 5 miles from
Salisbnrr. There will be sold 1 wasron. 1
rockaway. Cattle, Hogs, Bacon, Hay, Straw,
a wind-mill, a set of Blacksmith Tools,
Farming Tools. Household and Kitchen
r urniriuv or an Kinas.
ly'Tirais c.l Mile Cash.
DAVID D. PEELER, Adm'r
of George Cauble.
jVoliee to 2e!tors and Cred-
i t ors ! .-
All persons indebted to the estate of
Geo. Cauble, dee'd, are requested to make
immediate sen lenient, and all persons hav
ing claims ngamst the estate are notified
th.it they must
present them to me on or
lx fore the I -t da
of January 1885, or this
notice will he plead in bar of their recovery.
DAVID D. PEELER, Adm'r.
Dec. 31, 134. hv
Stale of North Carolina,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
U. E. Miller and others. Plaintiffs,
D. L. MPler. Leroy liurgcr and wife Cth
crinc E. Barker and Theodore E. Miller.
Petition to Skj.l Lands for Partition.
It appearing to ihe satisfaction of the
Court that I). L. Miller, Leroy Burger and
wife Catherine Burger and 'Theodore E.
Miller are non residents of this State, It is
ordered by the Court that publication be
made in the Carolina Watchman, notify-
ing the above named defendants to appear i
at the ofbee of the Clerk of the Superior
Court for the county of Rowan, on the 13th
day of February, 1S84. and answer the
complaint, a copy of which will be deposit
ed in the office the Clerk of the Superior
Court for said county, within ten days from
the date of this summons, aud let them
take notice that if they fail to answer the
said compliant within'that time the plain
tiffs will take judgment against them for
tlie reliel demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand, this the 1st dn
J. M. DORA IT. Clerk
of Sup. Court of Rowan Co.
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It is a well-known fact thst most of tlie
Horse and Cattle Powder sold in this coun
try Is worthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder is absoliife'vpare and very valuable.
Nothing on Earth will make bens
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Dec, 90, 1883.10:ly
LAND FOR SALE!
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of IN) wsin couury, in the case of J. C.
MK'auh'ss, administrator of Sam' Steidfor,
dee'd, against Elizabeth McCanless and
John F. Steidfor, I will sell, on Monday
the 4th day of February, 1884, at Gold Hill,
in Rowan county, a lot of land adjoining
E. Mauney. L. D. McCarnes and others, con
taining seven eights of an acre, known as
the Christian Bringle lot. T Terms Cash.
J. C. McCANLESS, Adm'r.
Jan'y 1, 1884. 4w
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Denveu, Colorado, April 22nd, 1882.
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KENDALL'S SPAVIN CUBE.
Fremont, Ohio, Sept. 24, 1883.
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i i. . : . t ! ,
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Mount Prairie, Minn., Sept. 24, 1883.
Dn. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen :
Last Spring I had a valuable young horse
that from some cause got a very large lump
about half way on his shoulder and was
very lame for a long time. I had the best
horse doetors examine her, some called it
one thing some another, one said the shoul
der was broken but none could cure it.
After I had tried the cure I went and
bought one bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure,
I did not use one half of it before it was all
smooth and clean. Lameness all gone too.
As a horse liniment it is invaluable.
Respectfully, Andrew Orr.
Tawas City, Mich., Sept. 1, 1883.
MesshsB. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen:
Please send me a package of Prof Flints
Condition Powders. I have used Kendall's
Spavin Cure a number of years on a good
many horses and never saw its equal on
man-or beast. I have given away many of
your Treatise on the Horse but if I could
not get another would not take $25. for
mine Yours etc., F. Rollins.
Alderson, West Virginia, Sept. 1883.
Please allow me to speak in the highest
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has done for my son, in fact it cured him
of a bone affection about the knee that
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in our city, Schenectady, New York.
D. Van Vrajjeen,
Supt. of S. & Y. D.
Greenbrier, West Virginia.
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On Mondav the 4th dav of February. 188?
T will Bell tn thn hierhpst lnddtT. at th
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Tkrud nv Sat.k One-
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January 2d, 1884. lm