THUUSpAY JtTXE 2, 18S7.
o4vt9 .rrtttnif forlmform.it loo on matter ad
. in tils pper will plo-we ujr-''at vertised
file siiuacrtptlou jnttes of the Varvlina
I tdrn"" aw ns follow :
1 year, paid i" advance, fl .50
" rmC deTetl 2 moV2.50
Mr. C. R. Barker is visiting friends in
Coinmencement at Trintyollcge next
week, also at Wake Forest.
MeXeely & Tyson and the Racket
gtore are putting up new awnings.
Foard A Rice are going to put up a
"modern elevator in their Factory.
The usual 30th of May showers came
lt Monday and drenched the paradors.
The early gardens are now yielding
bean. How such things do diminish the
The" Kmg's Daughters" are getting
ready for a Japauese wedding to be giv
en in the near future
Connelly Springs and Blowing Rock
will be the principal places of resort for
SalUburiaus this summer.
Travel over the Western road is le
giiming to assume its usual summer pro
portions. Every train crowded.
The new schedule on'the Wi X. C. R. R.
went into effect last Sunday by which the
mat hound train arrives here at 7:30 p. in.
The editor of this paper has been too
unwell this week to perform his usual
labors and craves indulgence for short
ltev.C. W. King has been confined to
his room several days with slight illness,
but is now convalescent and will be out
On Monday evening, about 7.30, some
one fired a pistol in front of the National
Hotel and ran away.. We could learn no
particulars. j .
The Methodist Sunday school picnic,
which was to have taken place to-day,
was postpone! luuenimeiy on account oi
s n -i ". l a. .J?
We (have had delightfully refreshing
showers this weck-s-fiue for sweet pota
toes and all growing crops but perhaps
not so good for wheat.
Fifty tons of i-1 o' boj ler iron is here for
the water works stand pipe, and wc ex
pect soon to be almost deafened by the
. noise of its construction.
"Draughts'7 has made its appearance in
Salisbury, some of yiir citizens have it
pretty bad. It seems to be quite conta
gious and moves in cycles.
The Old flickory Club rooms are to be
repapered, repainted, audotherwiscovei
hauled at once, by an artist of considera
ble reputation iu this State.
We aotico in the Charlotte Chrgnicle
that. Mr. 0. B. Vanwych, of Anderson,
H. C, will move to Salisbury to deal in
paper. Welcome, Mr. Vanwych.
Bishop Key, of Alabama, instead of
Bisthop (j ran berry, of St. Louis, will at
tend the Methodist District Conference
to be held in Salisbury, last of July.
fiev. J. Rumple, D. D., assisted Dr.
Smith iu couiln union services last Sun
day at Oreensboro. Uis pulpit here
was filled by Rev. Albert Plumb, of Bos
ton. - -
Brick have been put on the ground for
the foundation of Theo.-Fr Kluttz's resi
dencc, on Imiis street. The plan be
speaks a handsome structure of modern
Mr. Jno. Shuiuan had his hand pain
fully cut in the machinery at Meroucy's
hop Tuesday. We learn that ho will
loMooe finger. His father was hurt by
the same machine.
We regret to. announce the death of
Mr. Michael Albright, an aged and highly
respectable farmer of Locke township, in
this county a consistent member of E.
A team of mules hitched to Mr. J. S.
McCubbiu's wagon tried hard to give us
local yesterday but they wore stopped
before they got far, and before they had
i chauce to do auy damage.
W-V. W. Byrd preached a sermon
before the Baptist school, at Lexington,
oa Sunday night; while Rev. Mr. Fisher,
fthe Rowan circuit, occupied' tho pulpit
be Methodist church here.
There will be a mwu party, by the
Mission Band in Mr. SH. Wiley's grove
to-iuorrow; afternoon, weather pennit
! It is for a good purpose, and wc
nPe every one that cau, will go.
The thed recently put tap on Main
f in front of business houses, will
'CBa protection against the rays of
nnmer's sun. but. from tin orn.-iinent.'il
tandpoiut, they add nothing to the ap-
rwance of the street.
vommeucemcnt at Livingstone
vouece twA- . .
were numerously attended- and
of aiuiuteresting character-. Rev.
JM. Price, president, fcr oue of the
West men of his race in t his eountry.
Wt are in receipt of an invitation to
""d the thirty-fourth annual coin
"eaeemcnt exercises of Roanoke Col
li, Salem, Va., on the 14th instant.
to Ui- M Wa,ld,l f Wilmington, ia
deliver the oration before the literary
Mayor Heave will begin in a
time to remodel his residence on Main
street, by tearing away that part front
ing the street, and replacing it with
new work of snore modern architecture.
r. Sid Hearnc of Albcrmarle was iu
town last Tuesday and reported that
from private advices from Dr. King, at
Wilmington, work would commence on
the S. A. A N. V. fc.t on June 1st. . Bo
mought it be.
The Annual Address of Rev. A. II.
Plumb, D. D., of Boston, Mass., at the
commencement exercises of Livingstone
College yesterday, was pronouueed by
parties present to have been a very supe
rior effort of it kind und highly appro
priate in all respects. -
Those of our citizens who attended the
National drill, at Washington, returned
delighted with the trip, and the many
things taken in while there. Not least
among they being the panorama view of
the second battle of Bull Run, known
South as the second battle of Manassas.
We have a quaint friend(L. S. K.) who
though but a few miles from town, calls
but once a year about the 20th of May
He loves to joke has been a close ob
server for many of the 68 years he has
passed on earthy and remembers well
what he sees and hears. In his last visit
he dropped out this; "I have never been
mad enough at a man to hit him but
once in my life and then it happened that
there was a fence between us and I
couldn't; and I have often wondered
since, whether or not I would have hit
him if the fence hadn't been there. No
no, a man behaving like a gentleman
will not have much trouble in this world."
It is said that the object in view, in
cutting down the number of revenue dis
tricts in the State to two, was to make
the system of collecting the revenue less
expensive a saving to the government
of one hundred thousand dollars annual
ly; The intention, we learn, is to occupy
the Government buildings at Raleigh and
Greensboro, thereby getting rid of enor
mous rents heretofore paid for offices,
and making these headquarters for the
Eastern and Western divisions respec
tively, A later report says that Greens
boro is included in the Eastern district.
If so, the collector's office should be lo
cated at Salisbury, it leing more central,
acccssablc by rail and telegraph, and con
venient to the mountain and sand hill
counties. This would entitle us to a gov
ernment building sooner or later.
J. J. Rbi'NKR, Eb. Editor Carolina Watch
man : Dear Sir : In your nncr of the 20th
instant, yon say that 4thc Mansion House
corner hi gotten to be a loafing place for
idlers and 'tis hardly decent for Indies to pus
that side of Inuis street;"
You can readily see that this is calculated to
injure u- aud our place of business. If you
fid not Mi intend it we would be glad if in
your next issue you will make some explana
tion that the public may understand that it
was not so attended, aud that we do not keep
an Indecent place or that our store is a loafing
plaee for idlers. Yours respectfully,
Wkiuht A IIeilig.
uo not readily see" wnat is so
difficult of perception. The paragraph
in question made no reference to persons
doing business in the old 3Iansiou Hotel.
Every citizen knows that they are no
more responsible for the mixed crowd" of
whites aud blacks occasionally seen about
the corner than the cock sparrows on the
roof or the old gray rats in the walls. It
was the street crowd, gentlemen, not
you, that was the subject of that notice.
You were not even thought of as in any
way responsible, and your assumption in
the premises is only creditable as a
means of obtaining a free advertisement.
Low and High Priced Tobacco.
(Mir warehouse men tell us that the
prices realized from Rowan county tobac
co is high for the grade. They say that
the tobacco raised in this county last year,
owing to the poor seasons can only be
used as manufacturing goods, and there
is more of that on the markets of the
State than there is wrappers to wrap it up
Caswell, Person, Granville aud Bun
ooinbe counties raise a thin papery tobac
co that is used mostly for wrappers and
good wrappers being very scarce, hence
the seeming big prices paid in those
counties. They also tell us that tobacco
bought on this market and shipped to
other markets has repeatedly brought
less than one half the price paid for it
The noble bird of several uliwtc, men
tioned in our last as having slipped
his fastenings and escaped to the clouds,
could not remain there long, but must
needs return to the beautiful green earth
for foodrsupplies. It is to be lamented
that 'JBeiihadnd" was not popular with
the lesser feathered denizens of the for
ests. The crows, especially, had cruel
malice against him. One or two of them
having accidentally seen him come down
from his aerial flight and rest himself on
a large tree in Town Creek bottom, like
mischief makers in general, went"1 out to
spread the news and in a very short
time Bell's life became a burden to him.
About two hundred of the black rascals
surrounded bhiii aud with the advantage
of numbers, heaped upon him all the hi
dignities known to the profane code of
crow-ethics. By no means a model of
sweetness himself, when found in the
situation - described by Mr. Will Barker,
he was sitting bolt upright watching his
numerous adversaries, w ho very discretely
kept out of reach of his ponderous black
bill, although they would swoop down
by platoons just near enough to miss
him, screaming aud snapping their jaws
just as crows alone can do. They point
ed him out to the sportsman as an object
of terror, only worthy to be destroyed,
and, sure enough, M r. Barker leveled his
gun at "Bcnhadad'' -instead of the crows,
and soon after came marching into town
with the body of the dead king.
VaJk in ptce,
Two colored base ball clubs, the Clip
pers and I lardscrabbles, played a match
game last Monday on the old fairgrounds.
Below we give the score and summary of
Clippers ........ .20
Earned runs Clippers 13; I lardscrab
bles 9. Two base hits Clippers C; Hard
scrabbles' 5. Three base hits dinners
I; llardscrabbles 2. Home runs Clip
pers 4; Hartbsc rabbles 1. Struck out
Clippers 4; Hard scrabbles 5. Stolen
bases Clippers 2; Hardscrabbles 3. First
base on balls Clippers 3; I furdsc rabbles
b. Errors, mutts and wild throwing too
many to count.
It is not often that memory fails us to
the extent of putting the wrong man in a
particular transaction, but Dr. Summerell
cornered us in such an error last week
by denying that he was ever mesmerized.
But the Doctor pleasantly helped us out
of the dilemma, however, by informing
us that the kite Dr. Alex. Henderson was
the man who, with Dr. Whitehead; tested
mesmerism by a personal experience,
under the operation of Prof. Williams.
Dr. S.'s memory of some of the most in
teresting incidents in connection with
Williams' visit to Salisbury, is clearer
than our own, as those who choose to in
quire of him will find it to their amuse
The object of this paper was simply to
snow tnat JNortn Carolina was 40 years
ahead of the Parisians who are just now
convulsed over the operations of Minna t ,
Salisbury White Graded School.
The Salisbury white graded schoo.l
closed a very successful session last Fri
day. The exercises on that day opened
with singing, and prayer by the Rev. Mr.
Byrd. Mr. Murdoch, in behalf of the
scholars, then presented a handsome gold
headed cane and other articles to Prof.
Kizer, and testimonials to Prof. Over
man, which were appropriately acknowl
edged by the recipients. Mr. T. F
Kluttz then presented diplomas to the
following scholars who liad completed!
the public school course with honors :
Hat tie Crawford, Annie Ruth Crawford,
Mary Julian, Mamie Keen, Nettie Marsh,
Carrie Lowery, Maggie Swicegood, Katie
W. Wralton. Louis Swink and Cinnic
The exercises then closed with sing
ing and benediction by Rev. Mr. Byrd.
Prof. Kizer and his assistants are en
titled to a good deal of praise for their
work this session.
We are soon to have another clergy
man resident, Rev. C, B. Miller, who is
servina Concordia E. L. church four
miles north of this place.
" The Reformed denomination have be
gun preaching here with a view of build
ing a church.
We have had plenty of rain, though
not destructive at all to growing crops.
Crops look fine and the farmers have
no time for loafing, if they mean to con
quer the grass in their crops.
Dr. Register is erecting an office whic
gives us one more building.
Died in this adace. May 22ud, Ella
Florentine daughter of J. D. and Delilah
Overcash, aged 3 mouths.
Mr. E. A. Propst is still confined to his
June 1, 1887. W. A. L.
HOMICIDE IN ASIIEVILLE.
Hon. J. L. Robinson Critically HL
Specin 1 Cor. of Xewi and Obserrer.
Asheville, N. C, May 30. Saturday
nieht at a festival held by negroes at
'church three miles from the city, Walker
Foreman was shot and instant ly killed by
another negro named Cornelius Morgan
The evidence innkes a strong case against
Morgan aud the verdict of the coroucr's
jury charges a third negro named Aiken
as accessory before the fact. Both are iu
jail. Morgan was head waiter at the
Grand Central Hotel, this city, and was
found by the sheriffs posse concealed in
the basement of the hotel. Much excite
ment among the negroes iu the vicinity
of the tragedy. Foreman was shot
through the head and died instantly.
KeWs has just reached the city from
Franklin that the condition of lion. J. L.
Robinson is exceedingly critical aud that
his death is expected within a few days.
Much has been written and said about
how to make homes happy. The moral
ist and the preacher have hack-ncyed
this theme until it would seem nothing
more remained to be said. .0ut the phi
losophers have gone far out of their way
to account for the prevalence of ill-assorted
couples and unhappy homes, and have
orcr-looked the chief cause.. Most of the
tin happiness of married life can bo traced
directly to those functional derangements
to which women arc subject. In nine
cases out'of ten the irritable, dissatisfied
and unhappy wife is a sufferer from some
"female complaint." A trial of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription will pro
duce more domestic happiness than a
million sermons tr philosophical treatises.
It cures all those peculiar weaknesses and
ailments incidents to women. It is the
only medicine sold by druggists, under
a positive guarantee from the manufac
turers, that it will give satisfaction in
every case, or money will be refunded.
See guarantee printed on wrapper -enclosing
LI3T OF LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in post office
at Salisbury, N. Ci, for the week ending
May 28, 18S7.
8 J Davis, Gustruss Hill, Lizzie Hob
son, Marry Xeely. John Poindexter, J M
Please say advertised when the above
letters arc called br.
' A. H. BoYTbi, P. M.
It takes the first thirty years of n
young mans life to find out that it
isn't the man with the shiniest hut who
draws theb:jjijvst (:ln?ck.
T. K. Bllf.N Kit EDITOIt . 11ALEIOH, N. p.
Dan River Exploration.
The Dan River coal field, as it Is called,
was explored iu 1883 by Dr. H. M.
Chance, and with very discouraging re
sults from bis standpoint. The good peo
ple of Stokes county, how ever, disagree
with this man of science, and they have
raised a considerable fund to be expended
in the examination of the entire coal
bearing area. They announce that they
propose to lay book science on the shelf
and go to digging. The Cape Fear &
Yadkin Valley Railroad has crossed the
territory, and affords ample facility for
transportation. A syndicate composed of
some of the railroad people aud the land
owners in Stokes county, headed by Dr.
W. A. Lash, of Walnut Cove, has been
organized and will undertake the de
velopment of the district. The work
will be commenced this summer, and will
be of the most practical nature; .sinking
shafts and driving levels, and probably
some deep boring with diamond drills.
The hands at work on the C. F. & Y.
V. R. R., in Surry county,. reported
to have uncovered a workable' bed of
coal. This is the next county, adjoining
Stokes on the west, and the discovery of
coal has stimulated exploration in that
comity. This is an entirely new field
and is beyond the limits qf the . mesozoie
formation iu North Carolina us outlined
by the late Prof. Kerr. . - ! ,
Dr. Lash and his syndicate, are also
giving considerable attention to the lime
stones in the; Dan River section, They
have found bold ledges of blue limestone,
suitable for making commercial lime
They have also fouud some fine white
marble, which is said to'have a fine grain
and admirably adapted to the demauds
of the marble men for ornamental pur
The sandstone quarries of Ansou cotin
ty, near Wadesboro, the county town, arc-
rapidly growing in importance. Recent
ly a northern syndicate purchased a large
quarry and they propose to take out
quantities of stone for shipment. Prof.
Merrill, curator of the National Museum,
at Washington, was with the experts iu
the examination. They report that
blocks of stone forty feet in length may
be successfully taketi out. This syndi
cate proposes to spend $-00,000 in a steam
plant for quarrying and dressing the
stone. They express themselves as sure
of a regular market. The quality of the
stone is excellent . It is of a rich reddish-
brown color, compact, close grained,
works well, and has the reputation of
withstanding tbje action of the severest
There is an abundance of this material
in Anson county and much of it is just as
good, if not better, than the place pur
chased. The formation is extensive, aud
lnts the advantage of ample railroad
facilities. " . ...i, .
The Plumbago, or graphite -mines, in
mhkc eouiuy, nescnoeu ia, tms paper
sometime during last March, has attract-
-.1 ll... i. A? f
eu me aiienuon opsonic t?t. Uouis capi
talists who arc now negotiating for the
purchase of part of this immense deposit
In the first volume of the geology of
orth Carolina the following languagi
.1 . wt.. . 1. nr., i
uscu . iu me h county neas are
the most extensive, as well as the best
known graphite beds in the State. They
extend in a northwest and southeast di
rection for a distance of sixteen or eigh
teen miles, passing two' and a half miles
west of Raleigh. There arc two beds
apparently, forming a sharp anticlinal
The thickness is two to three, and occa
sionally four feet. It is a bed
of quartzitic and tnlco-argillaceous slates
and shales, which are more or loss
graphitic from twenty or thirty to sixty
. ri'i a . a .. . .
percent.' i ne ucst ot this material is
of good quality and may be used in the
manufacture of pencils, crayons, &e.
while the majority of it is useful in many
ways; in foundarics for mould faeinx
stove polish, crucible, furnace linings
TIIK DUNN MINE.
The Dunn gold mine, in Mecklenburg
county, aud nine miles west of Charlotte
is to lie reopened and regular work re
sumed this summer. A mining engineer
and expert from Fiance has quite recent
ly examined the property for a foreign
organization, aud has reported faHtrally.
A large sum has been set aside, it' is said,
for the work, and k is expected that-this
work will be begun at an early lk-it
is also expected that thi traftsjictipu
will stimulate other foreign trades now
We were shown some very rich free
jo'd ore, last Friday, from a new mine
in Cabarrus county; said to be a twelve
inch quartz vein, and only four miles
from-the Richmond & Danville Railroad.
If what we saw was a fair sample (and it
was represented us such) wc predict for
the owners a bonanza of bonanzas.
Calcutta, Mhv 38. A cyclone which vis
ited this section of the country yesterday
ven vt ry deatrui tivc. A local steamer,
with 750 persons nl'0:irl, nnscaught in the
cyclone Hiid is uHssint'. It is feared she is
lost with all on bt.anl. , 'I'll.- district of
Orissa Was cmp!ctety tleV:ist:itcd by .'the
The flrt pri.c in the iriiioiMl ilri!l ;m!
to Alabama ami the third and trflh' prizes
SCO to Texas. The second prize po;-s all
the wav to Minnesota ami thv fourtli. to u
f 'i.lttiitic Mm- I ? !? i It laaitS mt
do not ( in to come in nnvwht re iu-sr the
"in ''in i , ' ' vi 1 i i"in
top m the award lut we are proud of tin m
nevertheless for their plm k and cretlita
heating on all occasions. Xitrt und
Tlio.?e who can coiunund thent.ielves
The Statesville Landmark of the 19th
savs: "At last: at last! I he work ot cen
structing' the Tavlorsvilfe Railroad
commenced this morning. It i-
under the direction of Capt. M. O. Haw
kins. The loree is small yet, ct.usitu:g ot
four bosses and three hands at the begin
ning of business this morning."
The It. & D Hailroad will do n lift 1-
work throw-a fe shovels of dirt and per-
laps lay arross-tie or two just enough to
keep lji:iii-y in a good humor, and get
urn to make a tew ueeche in W likes, on
the extension of the N. W. Ji. C. Railroad.
The Itichumnd & Danville Kail road, never
thought of extending its line from Winston
to Wilkesboro, until Mr. Hillheimer began
surveying, then corps were put ont to run
inesto ilkesboro, Farmington,and Elkin.
Iron was carried to Statesville to build the
Muac-biig" road, and tho stockholders of
the N. C. Midland Railroad were called to
gether, and that part of the road from
Wimton to Alocksvillc was to lie built in a
hurry work to commence in "ninety dViy"
because tiny wanted to head off Isdhei-
tncr. It the boutn Atlantic and ..North
western road should fail to build, we will
never hear of the extension or completion
of anv road that the It. fc D. controls. Our
oulv hones, und the hopes of the people of
Wilkes county, for a railroad, are in the
building of the South Atlantic & North
westers. Datie Timet, May 97th.
On June 1st. in Salisbury. Ellen, infant
daughter of J. R. and M. Gordon. Aged
about 18 mouths. . .
PROF. WM. BARER
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Will be in Salisbury a few days longer.
Those wishing their Piano's well tuned
will do well to avail themselves of his
services. He is perfectly reliable Or
ders left with Prof. W. H. Neave or Mrs.
J. Rumple will be promptly attended to.
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University, Lerington, By.
World for a practical Business Education.
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