North Carolina Newspapers

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1 K. P.i Wlttiso,
Member N. Cv Legislature.-
Our information through private
channels fro u Washington City is
that the colleetorship tf this district
has been settled in favor of Hon. C
A dozen years ago this organization
did 'not exisL Now in the United
Washington Letter in Cleveland Leader.
The selection of Mr. fJhjirlc fi
Tnct. nonnU hplieveltnat the 50.- o .
t"""i;-r , t, i jT .i 7 . iiii iaxo x iisv -n.sisi.uiii Decretory in
000 a year -which the r resiuent ge s the Treasm is probably; thee
as his salary isthe subtotal. Ih.s : flT1swpr4 tm- !
Dnwd 'of CharlnitpJ A meeting of the States it numbers more than one hun- 1 1 m;ei,tA, The estimate of the ; anwer-wnicn jut. .manning could give
North Carolina delegation in Con- dred and twejity-fi ve thousand wives, amount which Congress is to appro- ! at present to any doubts which have
gress was held, as We arc informed, mothers and jsisters, of. the best wo- pnate this year lies before me, open been inspired byjus politicalpanteeed
some days ago, and the offices were men of the lahd, as one of the leaders j the page relating to (the President, . ents as to his, fidelity to civil-service re-
parceled out among thebBirent von- said at their convention! y are the , J gg. that $36,064. w lasked for him 1 form, and as to the principles on which'
gressmen liie coiiectorsnip oi mis wives oi me uesi men minis country.. jn addition to his salary oi $ou,uuu he means to manage the treasury. Mr.
uisinct was given lo oenaiui v ajiuc, J.weive cap agw, me w ui Severn- lo .,ay ine salaries oi suiwiumaiesami Fftirrddld ' wlin W Wnf u x.
that of die fourth district'to Senator ber last, the women of a certain vil- Hia private secretary is paid 11. ?
r - onat;nn I.? H.o on fteN 1 l .U:..i sincene neld the btate attorney ceneral-
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Chabix)Tte, C.
VT Orory: 1 Uice great pleasure
-w umony to H.e ah.&;of your
SeUftjHy rron.mfndUo anyone
' ,..1 iliam.Dsia. indizton and a
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-ndiiion of livc-r ami -K.
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K.'C. Stale Treasurer.
y.Q., and J 11 tJini, sans-
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on the collector of the fifth. Senator . inroads the saloons were making on
Vance, as we have it4as decided to their homes. Husbands, brothers and
recommend the appointment ot Maj. pons were hastening to drunkards
Dowd, and it is conceded that whom- ! graves. Families were com pel led to
solever he rhay recorumeqd the Presi-
denPwill appoint, rrom the same
soljrce from which we liave the above
t in learned that Senator Vance and
It4reseatative Henderson, are agreed
that the office of -the collector shall be
plained atStatesville and if this is
tne;ve will not have been hurt much
after all. Slatesville Landmark.
''J This is probably not altogether cor
rect. "There is a report here that Mr.
Sam. Tate, of Morgajiton, is to be
collector. Announcements are yet
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The Judgeship.
ygies-& Spring Wagons.
fainUnd Guano Drills.
is JJAj. JiAKrjo-
id'ii nidin' and Waling -
Telekitipli Straw Cutters, .
4y and DixiV PLOWS,
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- Engines and toilers, -SAW
;, F.nMn uuiJ lioiltr Fittinus Guns, l
v .tO ci.iid rsii-fiMin-s r Wild a and Cans. ;
PsWaer anil si()t, uynatmie-r lusL-:iuu i ii- mine new circuit. ve unaersxanai wv
Versi-AShoycls and Spade Building .v , f, , !fiftl, rjinlate for
i;jjw Pinin Oii m Vara is hcs. i T nt.
Kr'DV ocn ni nvta: SPFn. tie iudgeshid and does not atall desire Va" wu V" u,a.t uie
I nuHiL-tiHiobu ufc.i . ,. - - . , . ,r . TT must ue a systematic ettortasrainst the
-A iventtiinL t'lsc usually Kapt i' rrst uass ir. inaeea, ne is upportmj; Jiiai. xxar- t a i i r r .i i i
lminrt lubiintht stor?ki nave otfhand ' V, . runi traffic in defence of. their loved
eHtU tiv ha ever y-umgnam, ot tins place, lortneposi- Un henee oginatc-l the " Woman's
WBiuui mtuis country. , j . - tion, and is very heartily enlisted in his i Ghristian Temperance Union' called
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Iredell is in one of the three new ju
dicial districts). Judge Avery, of Burke,
late of this district, is in the new tenth
and Solicitor Adams is about moving to
Buncombe, wiich is in the new twelfth
district. ' This will render it necessary
: for the Governor to appoint both a judge
and a solicito j for this ( the new eighth )
district, who wifrcontinue in office until
the next regular election. The Hickory
Gqrolinian of last week says "a petition
was signed by the members 'of the Ca
tawba bar this week, asking Gov. Scales
give up theirjalmost palatial homes to
the saloon-keeper! What could be
done ? Mother-love was aroused; to, ij
utmost exertion; and what will not a
mother do when heir loved ones are in
danger. A few women met to pray,
and very soon, without previous ar
rangement they quietly fell in line
and marched jto the saloons, there to
beg the saloon-keeper to .find some
better employment, and to pray that
the saloons be closed. It is useless to
attempt to describe the effect. The
streets were quiet, and - there was the
hush of a funeral. Not in one village
alone, but alj over the North and
West, was this suppressed feeling,
which bursted out like an overcharge
of electricity dgainst the saloons, and
in thousands 6f villages prayers went
up to God fbrS deliverance : For fifty
days the revival lasted saloons were
close'd, saloon-keepers were converted
and found-respectable employment.
Men who befdre sold beer sold bread,
and the pitched battle between the
homes mid the saloons" resulted in a
victory for the homes for the time.
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messengers each 1,200, a steward j political, personal ana profession-
81,800, two door keepers who each j 01 tne very highest standing, a pro
get 81,200, four other clerks at good j moter of every good cane, a reformer
salaries, one telegraph operator, two through and through, and eminentlv
ushers getting $1,200 and 1,400, a 1 oualified, both by attainments and ex- -night
usher jgetling Sl ork of his new place
f 7 "7 iorV -in Washington. .-Manning would
care ot the fires who receives 864 a 1 , 65 , . .
In addition ' to this there is a "ever uave Put mr- r;urcmi(l m ne
did not mean to purify thetreasury
and manage it on business principles.
X. Y. f keening Poster ep.
set down 8,000 for incidental expen
ses, such as stationery, carpets and
the care of the Presidential stables.
And further on, under another head
inor, there ?is a demand for nearly
840,000 more. Of this, $12,500 is
for repairs and refurnishing the
White House; $2,500 is for fuel, 4,
000 is for the green house and $15,
000 is for gas matches and the stable.
The White House, all told, costs the
country iii connection with the Presi
dent, considerably over $125,000 a
year. f
The First National Cabinet.
Mr. Arthur's Cabinet was section
al. It had not from beginning to
end one Southern: member. It was
made up entirely of Northern men,
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111c iinuiryi uotitiv 10 iuiiiiiui 11 iuii 1 w( - a a
in Tt S. Arthur's "Woman to the Res- '""S ciaimeu ana s mi claims as a
.People) said that it was "wild- er riglil t,,at of t,,e Souh-
The Color Line to be'Obl iterated.
Kew York Times, Ind. Rep.)
The new era upon which we have
entered promises to put an end to the
old antagonism, and is likely to re
sult in the geueral acceptance of the
doctrine that the freed men are enti
tled to protection in their rights as
citizens. Once this is recognized,
there will come'a division in the
negro vote which will obliterate the
color line,! and this will soon jiut an
end to the solid South. Political pro
gress in this country is irresistably in
the direction as a line of party divis
ion, and on that alone can sectional
ism be maintained. This movement
has been checked and hindered in the
:outn- Dast-bv the use of the Federal nower t
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fire3? that it was a "woman's whim :" ern &lates are repuuiican, not a sin- as represented by officeholders to sus- 7
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but one of the; ablest men of the day
to appoint Hon. II. F. Armfield judge said : "It is an angel's whim it is
as it is called, led the
women to see :tnat there
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behalf. Other namea mentioned in the "sober second thought" :of the
fliio nnm'mnni. n. Ifn? XT T I Yrinsfwlp. Willi nifirp t linn i ptpv'An
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vp:irs' irrowtli t ie nrfrniiizfitinn ha w,F'"a' uu i..MCs..ul.i,.u.; .... j
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gle Republican from south of the
Ohio, River found a place in it. The
claim that the V est will long dwell
over the fact that Mr. Cleveland
took but one man from this section
will not; be borne j out. The West is
not sectional .except as the North is
sectional. Events have made two
great sections in this Republic the
North and the South. Mr. Cleve
land has done something towards
Montgomery, of Concord, and Mr. M.
H. Pihnix of Lexington. The names
extended into all our States and Ter-
- M. UlillA J i. litAIUlllUlla J. lllllLLO . . . I 'll .
, , ritones, aud is now bidding fair to
that one hears, connected withhe so- belt the globe! with Unions. The ob-
licitorship are those of Messrs. Benj. F. ;ect of all this? work is to fortify and
Long of Statesvflle, L. H. Clement and strengthen the homes against the in
L?e S. Overman of Salisbury. States- roads of the enemy ; to find where the
vitle Landmark.
The Old Kebel Yell.
S i suit all classes of Durchascrs. we have made
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laeijaneiitf loiscll thcs celcbratecl W
f dsa or on iomj timr. s,i all wna'need wagons
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J. O., WHITE. "
, lib, IRS
N more money than at anything else by taking
au agency tor Hie best sellinjrbook out. Be-
ruerasuefceed crandly. None tall. Terms tree
-3 Hallett Book-CO,, Portland, Maine
TV UnlpMIOfWrti! la nr.
?to all kinds or watches, clocks, & c and at
I'htt prices. Leave and pet your watches at
tZZ; fe,n(l1'man,s store. Salisbury ; and try i Ire
TJm,ltVnJhe county. 1; L. BivOWN
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The New York Times' Washington cor
respondent desci ihing at length the scene
I and incidents of Inauguration Day, has
agonseltn";!he following pleasant reference to the
Southern soldiers who marched in pioces
siou by the reviewing stand occupied by
thu President, ex-Picsideut and others,
in front of the White House. He had just
described the passage of the Grand Ai uiy
of the Republic, and other Northern
troops, and then proceeded to introduce
those front the South in the following
"A familiar sound floats dowirthe ave
nuc. It is' neither a shout nor a lusty
cheer, i It comes uot
the lungs, but from
ruouin. diiaa-ueiiieu bouuieruers - can
produce it; a ixortyemer ucver. it is
kown as the rebel yell, ft is one of the
6hiill4&t sounds of which a human being
is capable. It is penetrating, and 4inder
some circumstances, a generation ago, it
may have been positively appalling.
There is nothing in it to-day. Its mean
ing is simply that the Southerner knows
no other noise that will express his sym
pathies. Its occasion becomes apparent.
temptations liei and guard
them ; to get as nearly as possible at
the root of the matter. Not only in
the home but also in the school do we
seek to fortify j against king alcohol.
1 he object is to have the pupils taught Au Application that was Kef used.
the etlect of alcohol upon the system, I ;
taking Ins Cabine from the nation at
large. It is the first national Cabinet
since the war. If we credit the Re
publican party with restoring the
Unioniwe must at the same time con
fess that it took tjie Democratic party
to prove that it -was restored by in
augurating a national and at a sec
tional government. Chicago Herald,
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tain a party organization in the South
ern States. When this is withdrawn,
and the people left to organize and
act upon their own spontaneous dif
ferences of sentiment, they will spee
dily find means of dealing with their
own problems and difficulties. All
there is of serious i nport in the negro
questian will become a matter of local
and not of national contention, save
as the nation may lend its aid to the
process of improvement, which, as
the Jrresident says, aflords the only
occassion for discussion. 'Those who
have hoped to find in sectionalism
the material for future political ;on- .
tent tun will de doomed to disappoint
ment if the supporters of Mr. Cleve
land are sagacious enough to adopt
the spirit of his inaugural address in
regard to the l ights and obligations of
all citzeiis.
A Secret Long Kept. Boston, Mar.
7. Thirty years ago Mrs. Abigail Gard-
66 that being iorewarned-they shall be A Washington;correspondent to the ner was convicted of the murder of her
foreamed. 1 here are many lines ol Philadelphia Record tells the follow- husband in Binsrham. and sentenced to
work too numerous to mention here iny: 1 1 think I have a new Lincoln- life imprisonment. She is now 77. A
arranged ii thirty-eight depart- j Stanton story. At least the congress- few days ago she sent for the prison J
In our own State this orean- man who told it t spoke as though he chaplain and confessed that she poison- i
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ization has existed tor two or three I had lust
years, me work is progressing slow
ly but surely, and ere long there will
be in the ranks of the White Ribbon
army a goodly! number of Carolina's
faithful women.
The children are being gathered in
discovered the document ed her husband, reiterating that a de
mon seemed to urge her on until the
murder was committed. Mrs. Gardner
is now overwhelmed with remorse for
the crime.
which is its basis. It was an applica
tion for a chaplaincy in the army,
with ja series of endorsements by Lin
coln and Stanton on its back which
ran over tlie available space on the
application and down on a slip of
, from the regiou of Bands of Hope and trained in the papep which ha(l been added to re
the unner nart of the way of temperance, before they are ceive them. These were the endorse-
caugnt oy tne snares or tne tempter, nients, eacn being oatu: "jjear oian-
The members oT our Union aren't rest- ton: Appoint this man a chaplain in MyreAt once address, TrrKco..Au-uSu, Maine,
less, uneasy office seekers, but they are the army. . A. Lincoln." "Dear Mr. I
Christian women who, realizing that Lincoln: He is not a preacher. E. M.
the strength of the country depends Stanton." Three or four months
upon the strength of the family, have! elapse, evidently, and then we have:
Send six cents tor postage, and
m.'kolvck t i'ii o iiauiIv Ivivnf mwr1u
3 a a v ii t, it woi aj vi wuj
which will help you to more mon
ey rigm away tnan anyiinn? else in tuis worm, au
ot either sex, succeed from flrsi hour. The broad
road to lortune opens betore the workers, absolute--
banded themselves together for God
ami Home anil Native Land.
Yours for the cj u-'e,
! Mary C. Woody)
New Garden, N. C.
If. S. Correspondence solicited in
We; iKiiiTKuxxiso
The contributions of Southern States to
wards the celebration f this Democratic regard to temperance work.
event are coming along. They are de
tachments of gayly uniformed jnien, who
have, -evidently had little- practice at
marching of kite years. At their head is
the soldierly figure of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee.
He rides like a centaur. He is a favorite
A West Virginia Tragrcdy.
Charleston, W. Va., March 11.
A frightful tragedy is reported from
ise county, i Martha Reynolds, the
of Northerners who know him, and he is belle of her neighborhood, engaged
regarded with positive afiection bv thr herself to Charles lieutoii and Bud
Southerners, who remember him as a Mitchell. Olio was unable to tell
dashiu2 cavalryman. He is cheered all which she preferred. Understandimr
"Dear Stanton: He is now. A. Li-
colnl" "Dear Mi. Lincoln: But there
is no vacancy J E. M. Stanton."
"Deiir Stanton: Appoint him a chap
lainrat-large. A. Lincoln." "Dear
Mri Lincoln: There is no warrant of
law fbr that. E. M. Stanton." "Dear
Stanton: Appoiiit him anyhow. A.
Lincoln." "Dear Mr. Lincoln: I will
noti E. M. Stanton." And he didn't.
But apparently he told the applicant
thai he could leave his application
on file, for there it is among the dry
old 1 documents.' 1 M
Some of the applications in the de
partments at Washington are gotten
Having purchased R. E. Reid's interest
in the firm of Ibirris & Heid, I will contin
ue business at my old stand on Main street.
Thanking my friends and the public for
their liberal patronage heretolore given, 1
shall endeavor to ensure their continued ta
vor by keeping for the trade a complete
and lull stoek ot Fresh, rirst-class
Fine Cigars and Tobacco;
and everything usually kept in my line.
Call and see me. Respectful I v,
Jan. 21, 1S33. 3m
. wanted for The Lives
ot all the Presidents
ot the U. S. The larg
est, handsomest, best
boot ever sold tor less than twice our price. The
fastest selling boo In America. Immense profits
"-imest Running L
l ihe Most Deautiful Mod Work.
Jnfedeonhetnteenal. 1
iTo U wQy inUl1 kin,ls of work.
Ac,,HllteinevcrvrrSn i
lmi?l)a 'cupied' teritorv.
Nftie W K-i t'tJ Richmond.lVa.
fPi,:- ' . - Salisbury, N. C.
nlous the avenue, and: the occupants of this state of af-,irs Henton persuaded up in style. One man wanting a place ef t rpi. t o
thegrand 6taud.)oin in the applause, her to elope jwith him.. They were the department of justice sent in his hallktt book -co. 'omind, Maine
Close upon him comes the Virginia mnV ' qrtly married and retun ed to the application Tuesday accompanied by 13:ly
tia, with the Richmond State Guards, the 1,1 ,uc s j nut uigiu, iney nau iwuicugciaui lia& A YWTWXliT & ITl IF W
St. John's Academy Cadets, and several an oUl shioned dance and all the bound in antique style, which were U l hi i llil K W
eninrPiTonmnaiiioa snoniii fp,tn,-a neighbors were invited. Bud Mitch filled with-endorsements and all sorts 4 Jl JFTLX a UUjru.JLKUa
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The New Jersey njnlitia w lso massed iu "au-u iiju uriue ana reproached oi recommeuuawou?. vi.,t,3 picsc-.i
this Third Division
tramp by to the mu&ib
Maryland,' the Fifth (Regimen
The Marylanders jer for lier fitklene,s, finally slappiu
ue of 4rylaud, My Jjf- "?id rushed i.) and gav
The next nirdit
. .c .i.s Mitchell a beatiuir.
mnn. Ann nf tl.A Wl rJMSA. f "ei"u" UIIU Weill. lO CHlircll
n.A ixMintrv. n,in,. ti... . n.,ci. aB iul ot return home. In the mor-
Guards of Missouri, the Hornets' Nest mdS H .ad niangleil bodies
uiffMun. orn.nri v n n were to"u PY e roadside. Mitchell-
gia battalion are among the Southern 3 ra,s1,ng there is no doubt that
t loops iu this divisiou."
he is the murderer.
Some oniq has said that the man who
Question : - What is Socialism ? An- 13 curious to, see how the world could
gei aiong vyitnout him can find out by
swer: Socialism is spending what you
have, and then wanting half of what
some other fellow ha3. ,
sticking a jcambric needle into a mill-
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ted their credentials in pamphlet form
;md some handsomely bouud, with
the name of tile applicant and place
wanted in gilts letters on the back
Char. 06. M
: If the new government will reflect
one moment these fine fellows can't
come in. The are too fine. They
have-no expectation or intention of
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doing honest work themselves, but
only mean to-fill the places sought; iu
a stylish manur and let out the work
" Ti.. .:n
J. Hill win
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pond and tlien withdrawing it and look-! to he done by! "sfubs."
ing at the hole. j 1 be: according to Washing
iugton city style.
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
row. D. A. AT WELL."
A' ant fortlis Ca,rdwaUl"nreiier.
Salisbury, N. C, Juuc 8th tf.
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