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THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1889.
Dan yilie. Va., is to .have 4 a large
cigarette factory. ' -
A car load of negroes passed South
a few dajs ago, for Arkansas
:J. The loss by the late tire at Buffalo,
; -N;Y4put down at $3,000,000.
H" ' Slight earthquake shocks were felt
BT last week in South Carolina and Uali-
' ornia. ; , - .
Col. James C, Breckinridge is now
Inspector General of the United States
Army. - -
-The blizzard has again been putting
in its work .ia New Xerk, Michigan
And Canada. '
By the sinking of the steamer Glan
coein the English Channel, fifty-two
i hres were lost. , .
.The case of Cross ! and White, de
faulting bank officers, is still in the
.1 " u' , ? .
The. tin minej at Kings Mountain
till en gr esses the time and energies of
those owning it
Fayetteville is to have a -clothing
manufactory. Part of the machinery
jor it has arrived.
4 The Tippecanoe club of Indianapolis
has presented President-elect Harrison
- with a handsome .bible.
i Col. Robt. M. Oates succeeds the
late R. Y. McAdeu as president of the
first National Bank, of Charlotte.
i Secretary Bayard has requested the
ftsignatpn of Harold M. Sewell, Con
sul lieneral to the Samoao? Islands.
I Negroes introduced to work in a
fohacco factory in Marien, III., have
been warned off by the white opera
tives. ... .
Disasters by collision of .vessels at
sea, in the last two r three weeks,
have sent a thrill of horror into many
t general Lopgstreet and Colonel
p -.-JUosby are in Washington presumably
fixing up things to get something from
: The colored Republicans of Alabama
demand one-half of the offices and a
delegation will visit Harrison to press
V The Engine and machinery of tjr
cotton factory at Morgan ton is being
' pt in and factory work will soon be
A number of northern capitalists
bar purchased extensive coal and iron
)ands in i Alabama and will erect fur
naces and rolling mills.
J Con nel ly 's fi ne residence in
Statesville was recently sold under ex
ecution and wasbought by his bonds
men for the debt and cost, $609.
';t Mr. Hugh' Job nson, of Rocky River,
Cabarrus countywas recently married,
.and after having Ins house ' neatly
brushed up and filled, lost it with its
jeonUnti by fire, Friday last.
The cotton factory and, other mills
, at Newton, Says th "Enterprise," con
i surae ten" thousand dollars worth of
wood in a year; apd this goes into tie
pockets of the farmers of the vicinity.
r The two newspapers at Pittsjwro, 11.
C, the Record and Ifome have been
consolidated under the editorial con
trol of Mr. London, a very competei t
and successful editor,
A petition has been presented to the
State Legislature of Kansas asking for
the passage of a, bill legalizing the
"lynching of i horse tljieves wherever
they may be found. X
Northern tourists in the South, capi
talists and pleasure seekers are exploring
the country, looking, some for houses
n a more congenial climate, and others
for a place to loeato business. , There
s room and a welcome for lhem all.
" " ' - -
The joint committee of; the two
houses of the Legislature met in the
Supreme Court building Monday eve
ning, and some dozen or-more railroad
magnates njet with it to dlscnss the
prorisions of the bill creating a Rail
road Commission, The meeting r as re
ported in the News-Observer, was con
ducted with great deliberation, The
represenUtiyesT of , ralroadrgHve their
?iews nn the various sections of the
; bill, after which the committee retired
-for private consultation, - The bill
which was thWrerid and discussed wn;
be renortetl to the Hon thisitiWfc' i .
y - - y '
J Tw!" kdj. bicyclists arecompeUng
in New York city in a lit ; days race.
They took a spin around the track last
Saturday to leUhe repot tere see their
'style and beauty"; and fthe reporters
report that there was n good deal of the
former but not much of the hitter. .
" RepresentativeSpringer j thinks his
"Omnibus" bill will yet get through in
spite of the fact Jhat the conferees
haveiailed to agree upon it. He says
three, if not more, Republican Sena
tors will vote with the .Democratic
Senators to admit New Mexico.
An oyster, fish and game fair opens
at Newberne, next Tuesday. It will
be an occasion of rare interest to
those of this section who may visit
the eastern part of the State. New
berne is a nice place, and a short ride
from there takes one to the deep blue
The House and Senate met in joint
session yesterday to count the electoral
returns for President and Vice Presi
dent. Benjamin Harrison and Levi P.
Morton were declared elected President
and Vice President of the United
States for the term beginning March
4th, 1889. -
The Richmond Dispatch 1 says that
the "no tax no vote" plan did not
work well in Virginia, for the reason
that the northern republicans sent
down money to pay the takes f the
ignorant, thriftless, non-tax paying
negroes, and made sure of their votes
in that way.
The President has sent the bill mak
ing an Executive Department of the
department of Agriculture to the At
torney General for an opinion as to its
constitutionality. This action has
caused the circulation of the report
that he was contemplating a veto of
. The "White Caps" organization is
said to be traveling South. jWe trust
when it strikes North Carolina it will
hit a wall of hard common sense and
rebound to the land of isms where it
originated. Our people, we think, are
not yet prepared to surrender law and
A game of baseball between an all
American nine and a nine made up of
Americans and Australians, was played
in Egypt last Saturday within the
shadow of the Pyramids and! for the
amusemeht and edification! of the
Sphinx, which it is said looked down
on them in a very absent minded way.
A Catholic priest, at Memphis,
Tehn., known as Father Ashfield, aged
about 50 years, was stabbed to death
by A. Reeves, Monday morning last.
Reeves had been imprisoned for insan
ity, and through the kindly Offices of
the priest, had been released; and he
repaid his. friend by -stabbing him to
death while in bed asleep.
A band of eight masked men entered
the house of Wesley Oman, a wealthy
man living, near Findley, Ohio, la$t
Saturday and after binding Oman and
two sons, by applying a red hot poker
compelled a third son to tell where his
father's money was, amounting to two
thousand dollars, which they got away
Henry L. Smith, a farmer in Mich
igan, had a large trough in his barn
yard, partly filled with water. It was
covered. He slfpncd the corr off nrl
y . . -
got into the trough and pulled the
cover back io its place. He then
laid down on his stomach with his
face in the water. He did this to kill
himself, and he did it effectuallly.
ti : ' , , .
xuc-re ia a movement which is
said to have the President's approval, to
have Senator henna withdrawn from
flia C . W 1. TZ ' 1' mi
-uiik:3i, iu ,1 est iririBia. i ni
ideals that it is possible tohave Sena
tor Kenna re-elected, und that some
other Democrat may be elected, thus
saving theseat to the party. As
compensation it is proposed that the
President shall nominate Mr. Kenna
Inter-State Commissioner, "Senatorial
courtesy making it certain thut
would immediately be confirmed.
Sec'y Bayard has once more becom
a target for criticism. He has demand
ed the resignation of H. H. Sewall, U.
b. Consul General to Samoa. Mr. Se
wall has recently been a witness before
the foreign committee of the House and
Senate, and in his testimony regarding
Samoau matters he took occasion to
express opinions criticising the Depart
ment of State in, a somewhat severe
manner, Whether Mr. Bayard has
done right or wrong in compelling him
av ,Mi niuo is question, but
like the rest of us, Mr. Bayard is hu
man, and has punished his subordinate
officer for indiscretion. Anvbodv p!p
might have done the same thing qnder
the saine nrctimsfancea. '
; .Col.. Julian Allen, of Statesvillet w
reported in the Baltimore American
as having had an interview with Blaine
j in wHich MrBlaine"told him he had'
accepted u jiositiou in Harrison' Cab-
meir us oecreuirjr o outte. nv aiso leu
Col Ileifto MieVe that thef Federal
officers in the southern States would
be conservative Republicansmen who
had laid aside the hatred and bitterness
of war times.
Senator Vest is going to have some
fan with the Republican Senators when
the Senate conferees on the Springer
"Omnibus" bill make their report to
the Senate, j Mr. Vest will prove by
the Record that in 1875, when New
Mexico was thought to be Republican,
that many Republicans now- in the
Senate voted in the House for the ad
mission of that Territory along with
Colorado. Now he wants to know whv
these same men oppose the admission
of that territory. The inference is
very plain to Senator Vest and every
body else. New Mexico is now Dem
ocratic. What care these Republican
Senators for consistency when party
interests are at stake.
The Vanderbilts are richer than all
North Carolina. The whole value of
personal property in the State is $217,
700.000. The Vanderbilts own $274,000.
000. This immense wealth was made ac
cording to law, perhaps, but not by
such honest, productive labor as wealth
made by the farmer or raachanic. It
is the product of speculations in prop
erty, bonds and stocks. Grand gains
in this way, signalizes great losses to
others. Vanderbilts millions cost
other people widows and orphans
among them tears and snffprirft
without producing anything to the
wealth of the country, or for the re
lief f those who were injured by the
accumulation. Not so with the gains,
of the farmer and mechanic. Every
lick they make is an addition to the
wealth and happiness of themselves
and others, and robs no one.
The report of the President and Su
perintendent of the Insane Asylum at
Morganton, from Dec. 1st, 1886 to Nov.
30, 1888, embracing two years, has
been sent into the Governor, and pre
sents a complete account of the Insti
tution in all its departments. The
Asylum is reported to be on a better
basis than ever before, with increased
ability to perform the work assigned
it. The Legislature is asked for an ap
propriation of $83,000 for the current
year, aud $94,000 for the year 1890-
which will give a per capita of $187,50
or 4o0 patients. The application of
$5,000 is renewed for the purpose of im
proving the road between the Asylum
aid the R. R. depot this sum, to
gether with the use of 50 convicts, to
macadamize the rpad.
The Superintendent reports the per
centage of the recovery for 1887 was
35;frl888, 30. The expenditures
for the two years were $142.050 00
He also reports the faithful perform
ance of duty by steward and matron.
The Institution seems to be meeting
the purpose for, which it was establish
ed as fully as any similar institution in
The bill to incorporate the Davis &
Wiley Bank, Salisbury, has passed its
third reading in the Senate.
The bill to require the rudiments of
Agriculture to be taught in the public
schools has passed its second reading.
The bill to promote the efficiency
the State Guard came up in the Senate
on its third reading, and a lively discus
sion ensued between those in favor and
those in opposition to it, but it passed,
23 to 14.
A bill was introduced in the House
to amend the Charter of Salisbury.
Also, a bill to provide an alternative
method for working the public road.
A bill authorizing justices of the
peace to take bond upon continuance
of criminal cases. And a bill to incor
porate the Fayetteville and Alberraarle
Death of A. C. Hclntosh.
A good old useful man has gone to
his rest after a life journey of 80 years.
Mr. Mcintosh departed this life at his
residence in Taylorsville on Feb. 7tb.
He was so intimately identified with
the place, being one of the earliest set
tles there, that one could scarcely think
of the place without thinking of him.
He was postmaster, there at the
time of his death, and had been
fer many years before. He was an
active, zealous elder of the Presbyter
ian church, and continued to labor in
all the work of the church to the end
of his life. He was a father to the
fatherless; and the example of his
quiet, peaceful and benevolent life was
a constant reproof to the erring and
support U those who sought to do good
He was beloved by his neighbors and
alt who knew him well say "blessed are
the dead who die iu the- Lord "
The State Press.
j Soventv-five marriaffa licenses were
( issued in"N;ish county , during Decern-(
J Hand Janaashville Argonaut.1
iThe editor is still confined to his
nibm, suffering with catarrh, sciatica,
.neuralgia, and almost all other kinds of
achjr things. Spirit of the Age.
A party of Northern capitalists have
purchased a rite on Ocranoke for the
Eurpose of erecting a magnificent club
ouse thereon. Washington Qazette.
Put on the tax; buy the electric
light plant, fix up the streets and put
in water works and a fire department.
These are things Hickory must have.
, Because there are some persona-in a
community who make it a point to pull
down, it is no reason why the progres
sive ones should slacken in their efforts5
to build up. Louisburg Times.
Setting a canary bird's broken leg
is delicate surgery. Dr. Emmitt suc
cessfully perfonned such an operation
sever.il days ago and the grateful own
er paid him $25 for his skill. Oxford
1 A meeting of the citizens was held in
the office of the Register of Deeds on
Friday night for the purpose of taking
steps towards orgsinizinga company to
build (a hotel in Rutherfordton.-'V
Mr U. F. Rodman is making ar-
rangements to put electric lights in his
foundry and if the people of the town
will aid him he wilFestabHsh a plant
which will light the town. Washing-
Raleigh proposes to offer twenty-five
thousand dollars for the removal of
Trinity Cpllege to that city. Greens-
boro and Wiuston are also moving to
get the College. Durham must not be
left. Durham Plant.
After the fourth of March next Sen
ator Ransom will be the Senior Dem
ocratic member of the Seriate. Sena
tor Saulsbury is the Senior Senator
now, but his term expires ou the fourth
of next March. llaleiah Sianal.
r O Ivor P0r.-r nf VUr.t- r:u:
gan, looking around our town with a
view of locating and erecting a fertili-
Zer factory, was so favorablv im-
pressed with Mt. Holly, that he has de-
cided to locate here. Mt. Hollu Xeics.
The tobacco tax is one iniquity and
excessive tariff is another. Let US not
give up the fight Oil either. We be-
lieve that Cleveland made a strike for Mms-V ".y upon navmg ti,orouBn ana con
the right at a wrong time: but he was sclcntioU8 work donc if 'y kindly faror
right for all that. Charlotte Democrat
Twenty-five tons of steel rails arriv-
etl on the Steamer Murchison for the
Koanoke and Southern railroad. These
rails Were loaded on cars of the Cape
Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway,
carried to their destination. Faij
Mr. James Wesson informs ns that
the old and famous gander which was
a pet 6f William Hamrick. deceased, is
still living and although 72 years old,
ne wajKS as triumphantly a a vounv
gander making first love to his mate.
Shelby Aurora. '
Maxton is said, to be on a boom, and
so it is, and it behooves every citizen to
keep the boom n-booming. " Talk for
Maxton, work for Maxton, but never
try to build iid at the pmpiw rf em
m J f V I ft J V I
other town, because this world is large
enough for every town to crrow nnd
become important by bavins a dirersi-
fied interest, and an exchange of bus-1
ucaa iriuuiuus, unit win aiu each other,
and give a load each way. Maxton
William Whitley, near Locust Level,
Stanlycounty, claims to be 115 years
old, and there is sufficient proof to
show that he is at least 113, and very
likelv 11;) vpiim nIH IT- u..a ni.
been verv health v nn 1,;,. Ll
f. ! y " , ,J V . r. ""
W A Z U Pfein ?nc i"
his lite, aud then he did not take any
medicine. He is still able to walk
urouuu tne nouse, and has been doing
some work in his garden this winter
Monroe Enquirer. '
Land has been purchased upon
which to establish the largest and best
equipped sanitarium in the South. At
nninf lukfivno A ,.U II 1 i it
vnru A3iiciue anu me wan-
nanoa river. Men of scientific al
Men nf intRn
raeni in tne city of Aew York A
nhv,Vi:,n ' .
study ot the question of climate in re-
lation ! to pulmonary troubles after
careful consideration of the United
r ii nave muue u snppini i
- 1 ' "cliuoi tuai, western
North ! Carolina is mor nHmrr.Ki..
adapted to the establishment of such an
insiiuition than any other locality.
AsheciVe Citizen. J
j Help From Old: Foes.
There is an attempt at Austin, Tex
as, to establish at that place a Confed-
erate soldiers home. "There are about
30 dependant helpless soldiers already
sheltered and fed there; but the uum-
ber is increiising and those concerned . J ,u arc herey notified that the plain
in .forfi- u 1 tiff above named has commenced a nivil
... r.r.Ug fcUC uimeci, , see the neees-
suy tor obtaining heln tn mMf tU.nm.
. . . - r ""vwiu-
... , ,
efforts m this behalf to southern com-
munities, but have gone to Boston n.
iew lorK tor assisUnce; and havA
met a hearty welcome and cheering aid
in the enterprize. An enthusiastic
meeting was held in Fifth Avnunp
Hotel on the evening of the 0th. and
a handsome sum of money raised for the
lere is great prevalence of this dis-
in and around Matthews station
c.ue in a.ia aronna Matthews station
on the Kutherfonl railroad, and in a
distric t of South .Carolina, adjoining;
and it is Mid to be of a severe typ
mand, and thev hiive not limif fK-.-J'I .". tn .M?n?ay aer the 1st
- Sb'afteirj the fourth of March Mr.
! Cleveland Vill resume the practice of
law, in New York city. It is said that
this is the preliminary step to his. being
sent to the Senate as snccessorof Evarts,
whose terra will expire in 1891. This
is very probable if the Democrats cm
succeed in capturing the legislature of
New York as they expect to do." At
any rate it is safe to say that a man of
Grover Cleveland's experience, pluck
and back-bone will not be allewed to
remain in private life. - Such men are
too rare, and too badly needed in pub
Mr. Cleveland has removed Civil
Service Commissioner Edgerton and
nominated Hugh S. Tonipsou of South
Carolina, to succeed him. Mr. Torap
son is assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury at present and a very warm friend
of the President. The removal of Mr.
Edgerton was not a surprise to anyone
familiar with the workings of the Com
mission. It had several times been in
timated to him that his resignation
would be accepted, but he refused to
take ihe hint, and finally when the
President asked him in plain language
to resign he declined to do so, and the
removal followed. . Mr. Edgerton is a
good man, but holding the opinions he
does he should never have accepted the
n . , m.
fmce ,n the W P,ace' The removal
,eares onlj one Commissioner in office,
and he is a R?publican. For that rea-
Sniit,if thoi,ht that the Penate wil1
Prhably confirm Mr. Thomson, as the
'aw provides for a Democrat on the
board, and there is another racancv in-
fa whiVK Harnafth t- " o
I ' I lOVll VvCL 11 Wllb Cl. Ill
Mr. Owcv IT Rrcnnp mmil of lT..rv
. " L U,Tersu.v' ana
'ons,eur Benezet of 1 ar,s) has come from
'nCIani1 and settled close to Salisbury, and is
prepared to tune, reeulate and renair Piano-
fortes. Oro-nnT-nd Pinn. w.,,.; ua
i j . 't' w i ii ii 1 iiau
fiftce" year3' tical Pieoce i. England,
gentlemen, M ho w.sh their musical
,nslrument3 carefully and repularly attended
' B' w,th thc,r esteemefl patronage. Liv-
ing near town, no traveling expenses will be
incurred, and therefore the tirms will Le low:
viz : $2.50 per pianoforte, if tuned occasional-
ly, or S6 for three tuninsrs in one rear. Please
"pplj for further particulars by postal -ard or
note left at this office.
N. B. Schumann says: "It is the falsest
economy to allow any pianoforte to remain un
tuned, as it ruin9 both instrument and ear."
P. H. THOMPSON & GO.
Hooli T)fnrQ "Rlinrla STAIR
OdSIl, -UOOTS, i511Il(lS, WORK
crcll Sawing, Wcod Turning
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS.
Steam Engines and Boilers, Steam and
Steam Fitting, ShaHing. Pulley Ilan-e
Machinery of all kinds repaired on -
Mar. vs. iv
. Ltsant and witnesses in nil civil nc-
lions inabie at Ft-bruarv term of Rowan
Supericr Court, are .notified that the eh il
dotker: will not be called until "Wednes-
dny morni,K of the first weeki and no
' wvn actions win oe allowed
to prove for attndan;e before. that time.
' nl eL HPRH'
Clerk Superior Court.
Feb. 6, 1889.
.. Ilftv,n8 quaiiHexl as administrators of
kk 5r.. n . :
ine estate of SI. L. Holmes, dee'd.
"V?V ?" .naving claims
uiramsL sain psrnt f trk AvhiKir Hiom
--r., w kmm v bill Ul IU
on or before the 25th day of January,
1890, Al1 Prsons indebted to said es-
taft ar requested to make payment
unuiu 1UI llicr
Dated January 24, 1889.
ELIZA A. HOLMES,
Andmmistrators of M. L." Holmes, dee'd
NORTH CAROLINA T a
Rowan County ) 1U i:nori.ouri,
CIVIL ACTIOX FOR DIVORCE.
Charlotte A. Lynch, Plaintiff,
Frank C. Lynch, Defendant.
T Frank c- Lnch, non-resident:
act on nan nst v. f. j : "
caused a summons to be isnwi
, : "'-
i'icu, oeiore the JudT
of said Court, when and whJTS
re.u,red to ?P.Par and answer or demur
to the complaint.
Uated, 8th of February, 1889.
J. M. HORAH, C. S. C.
T. C. Linx, Att'y for Plaintiff.
Tr : .
YiuK quaunea a administrator of
vM-ncsuneoi jane a. Thompson, dee'd.
ini 3- re -y P""10 a11 Persons hav-
them to me Sn or beforelhe lh dav of
February, 1890. ay or
Diited, February 14th, 1889.
JOSKPH 8. HALL,
Adm r of JantrA Thompson.
AT J. H. MOI'S OLD STAND.
Salisbury, N. C.
Time is whirljng us along at a rapid
rate and what ever steps we take or
whatever mark we make must be made
without delay. ,
We want the patronage of the public
and to get it we know we must merit it.
We are in perfect sympathy with the
man who makes his own dollars and es
pecially if he digs them out of the ground.
WE'VE BEEN TTIERE aud know what
a dollar looks like that is made on the
farm, and our purpose is to furnUh goods
to the masses at the shortest per cent,
possible to enable us to buy meat and
bread. Our perfect arrangement at
headquars, 466 Broad way,. New York,
enables us to buy all elasseiVf merchan-
,ttse "freat sacrifice-frequently at
half price as in a case of this kiiid whe
we were in New York only a few days
ago we bought one hundred dozen hats,
a large portion of them" fine fur $3.50
hats, and we will sell the lot at $1.50 and
hundreds of other articles in the same
proportion. We mean to cut the rotten
credit system all to smash and furnish!
the people who Jrade at Salisbury a me
dium through which they can buy Uheir
goods at a cash price and save the eno:
mous long profits that are bound to be
paid when goods are sold on a credit.
We are going to sell one hundred
thousand dollars worth of goods this
year. Don't you believe we can do it if
we sell them right ? Well, we are going
io ao that. The nimble, clear cut cash
: t ? t ... ,
in ice wnicu we will sell at is as much
below the long time credit price as the
elect ric light is ahead of of the old pine
torch, and we prefer selling ten dollars
worth of goods and make one profit,
than to make one dollar on every three
we sell. Now, do you see it ? This js
how we can sell the one hundred thou
sand dolla rs wort h of goods this year
A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
TRADE AT THE RACKET STORE.
Our first reason why we can under
sell the houses that sell on" a credit :
We do not have to employ a small army
of took-keepers, type writers, credit
Our second reason: We buv and
for cash and have no bad debts. We
need not comment on this; there is not a
man who does not know the difference
between cash and credit. The paying
customer don't have to pay the losses on
the non-payiug ones. You sec it is this
way with us: We are not sporting men
or giving grand entertainments to dudes
and dudesses for the purpose of courtiii"
favor of popularity. We dress plainly.
live plaiuly, in the same old way our
fathers lived and give all the extra profit
it takes to put on style to our customers.
Some of our competitors, not all, wHl
tell you we are a sort of "Cheap John con
cern," but we have yet to learn that
ihere is any disgrace in selling goods
cheaper than others and still make a
We have only this to say: When you
want first class staple goods at a low
price come to the Racket Store, and if
you wa.it the same class of goods at high
toned prices, go or send your orders to
high-toned, fine-haired competitors, and
to every one who has the dollars to spend
we earnestly beg you to get our prices.
We are going to save you money,-and
will have kind and polite salesmen, who
are gentlemen, to show and sell pur
goods, and we will rally in the spring
and add a firsfclass MILLINERY DE
PARTMENT to our store. ,
Watch the papers We will from week
to week let jou know what weare dqing.
STONER & DAVIS,
New York office, 4 Gfl Broadway.
JNO. A. BOYDEX.
widely we .will offer to theTrsuleat
Easy Terms to Parmeri
s "'Mr it
The entire sati."action given h oiifGB.
- . ' i - - 'i '
anos last Seasui j istifies us in M'ijigt!lB
; ' "fi:
there are none bcttertlian oU
AVt have the!
For Coriij Cotton, Tobacco, &c
is now pehfect! I ,
Cnll ax.lsce l I '
is Sf)mctling that every farmer lieedfc
We will jwllie l.igliest cj
iir!i-iu fir Ottl tin Cttttoll Sc1"
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