L O-C A L.
subscription ratea of The Carolina
. . ..u.ntn arc - -
UT.i I i'i advance, - - - - $1.50
lCfp4ya:t deTaycd 3 mouths - 5MX)
fill) RSDAY, MAY 8, 1890.
, miniature horse race ma-
'fhia,ih his store.
- . t-ill rnllrv. miHa-lifti'A lir-
f 1? l. ni- ' " r - "
lift themselves from the ground.
g- R7 JFtanfin, of Z:b, has been
f i miliar Form and voice of John
1 ' r-
Agner the' old confederate court erier
" sa;ilv riiHse in the Oourt House.
Or J. J: Su.nai3rell has removed his
s- fi-.mi fcorner Main and Innis street
mill i " i
At the regular meeting of t ye Choral
Union Monday night, the question of
giving a ecmeirt for &c benefit of the
Rowan County Veteran. Association was
favorably di mussed. The money real
ize 1 would be devoted to enabling the
Veterans to attend the unveiling of the
Lee Statue at Richmond. A decision
will be reached at the regular meeting
next Monday night.
Te case of State vs Benjamin White
hearst was a pitiable one. Young, edu
cated, handsome, the husband of a su
perior women, a father and a gently bred
son of reSned people, yet the nolo cintejy
derg record of larceny stauds en our dock
et against the narne. Whitehurst, a
stranger who had Yun on toward the
close of a debauch, drifted intoTS.Uisbury
two montha ago and openly filched from
romn, re iidenc-aT J o3i.;,'S in the to.vn
such property as clothing, brushes, inuf-
llers. razors &e These he pawned at
sjloons an 1 reseived whisky 1.1 return.
Presently he found himself in jail await
ing a trial fur larceny.
He submitted to a record of nolo con
tenderyand was allowed to take tlie in
solvents oath fr the costs, after paying
as far as his mency would go, the twen
ty days notice being waived. The Clerk
of t he court and the committing justices
remitted the c'jsts and the latter his wit
ness fees -as well.
Say this is a hard cold world if you
, , vnnrKni'VoHi, i ',iiM.n will, but Your c.nt is raise, l lus man,
110011 l.'llIlt 1,111 1 fcil VW-yilMBJ I - '
lii'M a't the cnurcn 01 unu ueiiouunauon f , ...v.. . , t r- -
M,lu and Bank streets.
T. 13. Brown and W. C. Lind-
Ireseiit at the marriage ofJGaa-
f ,j. V.iiMu; 1 T ; l t . of Aho.vilW
ton rr " '
Rev. Hi"- liehrend-, of B'-ooklyn, X. Y.,
Mill preach in the Presbyterian church
neXtSnnclay, at 11 o'clock a. in. Dr.
Kfhre ids bears a high reputation a$ an
eloquent ".preacher and a spicy writer.
Rev R- King', was" attendance
1 .. ..4. i..-.L '
it'l'vi '- UaviusuH eouniy, msi wec,
There were no services at St Johns here
cn Sunday in consequence.. . '
A straw'cerraf festival will be. given in
the V..M. C. A. Hall, Thursday at 8.0
p. in.. My loth for the benefit of the
Young Jden s t;nnsiian Association, it
AJi'l l-iveii by the ladies cd'the toWu,
aii'l the. young men are invited to bring
their -poeket boXiks and a young lady with
The nrrangemen between the Yadkin
Enlrtfd I " v '.ip uiy and' t lie Penitentiary
sathorities, spoken of last week has been
eamphted. After the adjustment of
some matters of detail a heavy force of
convicts will nc placed on the line be
tween Albcmirle & Norwood.. This
"contract will drive the road quickly on
to it- terminus a quo.
Dr. tJriflith informs us that (he North
Carolina St.atc Dental Association will
hold itsannuahmeeting at Wilmington
this year, beginning oa llie 25th of June
and,e.nfinuring three d.tys. The Stato
Dental Kxamin'g Board of which Dr. (i.
has heeii a membet nndsee'ty. of the
Board for :v- term of seven years, will
Bieet at same place on 24th of June.
The Directors of the Salisbury Gas and
T-Kfi't iTc "Liht Comnanv met Monday
unknown to us, for Whitehurst was only
th name which he gave for the purpose
of disguise, yet this stranger was able to
command money enough to pay the costs
that must be met.
In addition three distinguished law
yers espused his cause and even the pros
ecutors united to ask the mercy of the
Court for him.
The County Commissioners met Mon
day in the offiec of t he Register of Deeds.
There were present Chairman Sumner,
and Commissioners Kluttz, Baker, and
It was ordered by the Board that- the
Justices of the Peace be notified to meet
with the Baard of Commissioners in Sal
isbury on the first Monday in June nest,
for the purpose of levying the county
and school taxes for the year 1890; to
elect a County Superintendent of Public
Institution and to transact ' such other
other business as may come before them.
The 26th inst was appointed as the day
for the sheriff and proper committee,
consisting of Messrs. Baker, Kluttz and
Sumner, to have an accounting and set
tlement of taxes,
- Margaret Camp was refused admission
to the poorhouse, as Israel Goodman was
found to be responsible for her support.
V. P, Stallings was appointed town
auctioneer, and gave a bond of $5,000
C. C. Krider, Sheriff, reported that up
to date he had collected $34,175 of the
faxes for the year 1889, $12,250 of which
has been paid to the county treasurer on
the school fund, $J,750 on the general
county fund, $11,000 deposited in the
Davis and Wiley Bank to the credit of
the State, and $1,175 deposited to be paid
-rout on the county school fund.
A. M. Brown, keeper of the poor, re
ported the average number of paupers at
the county poorhouse during the month
of April, 1890, to be 16, nine whites and
seventeen negroes. He also filed an
itemized statement of the expenses of
maintaining said' paupers during said
month, amounting to $30.42.
A large number of aceountswerc order
ed paid, and other routine business was
Tar Heel Itam3.
Copt. Thea. Parker, of Danville, was
down on a short visit this week.
Pailey, of Mecklenburg is in the city,
stopping at Hon. John S. Henderson's.
Congress roan Hcndersen arrived j.t
Salisbury this morning in a short visit.
Charley Reisncr left yesterday aftcr
fioon for Lancaster, Pa., to enter a larte
wholesale house where he can get 'point
ets' in the jewelry business. He will be
Kouc some six mouths or mote.
THE WATCHMAN GET3 ITS FOOT INTO A
LITTLE NORTH STATE TAR.
Dallas EagVe: Some crookedness at
Pink Allen's still fiouae-discovered by
Mr. Vanderford, closes him out at pres
ent. Who next ?
Wilmington is now feeling for Sam
Jones. About the first thing the Rever
end Sam will do, if she gets him, will be
The State Chronicle says: " Mr. Ed
ward A. Oldham has been engaged by D.
Lothrop & Co., rich and wide-awake
publishers of Boston, to write the "His
tory of North Carolina " for its series of
M Stories of the Ktates." Two veafs as,o
Charles Dudlej' Warner requested Mr.
LMnimra to write a biography of William
GilmomSimins, of South Carolina. His
other engagements prevented his ac
ceptance." God savfe the State.
Twin-City Daily A gentleman repre
senting a northern syndicate has just
spent several days in Stokes county in
specting the iron and coal deposjts. Dr.
W. A. Lash, of Walnut Cove, one of the
principal InncU owners, offered to give
several acres as a site if a plant would he
established. The agent was very mnch
pleased with the proposition, and is said
to have returned to New York to make
arrangements for the establishment of a
The Greensboro Patriot tells a deplor
able story of the murder bv strangula
tion of a new born infant in Greensboro
by its mother, Miss Jennie Edwards, a
handsome young lady, who was led
astray by a cousin living in Missouri, to
whom she ascribes the paternity of her
babe. She is from Randolph county, and
was visiting in Greensboro. She. will be
committed to jail when her condition
will admit. 1 ler -'parents are heartbroken
and she nearly demented.
Two Roberson brothers, of Areola,
Warren count . were lately arrested by
postomce detectives tor carrying on
through the postoffiee department a
swindle and fraud. Their plan and
work was as follows: They secured
quite a large sum of Confederate money,
which they proposed to exchange for
greenback money. They advertised to
exchange C. S. or S. money, claiming it
to be silver certificate money, a fine imi
tation of the original, not easily detected.
and passed readily, giving, ten dollars of
this money in exchange, for one dollar of
$10.00 & $12.50
SPECIAL JOB SALE!
Mccormick self binder.
t: - ;
TJ5I7 Sre3t Fr Jilts.
While the two banks are being built, it
wilKbc a good time to improve the busi
ness fronts on Main street. If General
Cornwaliis were to return to Salisbury,
he would be apt to know tlu place.
Let us preserve our
Supt. The company when renewing its mi
charter, lu I a provision mad
where In! It could establish an
TIireD Chnroa Courts.
.Dr. Brooks and Rev. Mr. Swindell, of
the North Carolina Conference, passed
through this city with their families en
route to the General Conference, which
is in session in St. Lout.;. John W.
Mauncy, of Salisbury, is a -delegate from
this placCj but has been detained by t!ic
present session ot Court, lie wur leave
at the end of the week for St. Louis. A
lar -e number of Methodist brethren have
I passed through.
lion. J. B. Hoi man and State Senator
Turner, of Iredell, nave also passed
through going the other way to attend
the B.iptistX'jiivention which meets in
Fart Worth, Georgia.
Oa the 15th of this month the General
Assembly of the Presbyterian church
South will convene in North Carolina's
beautiful mountain city, Asheville.
This should not b
. 1 .1... . .. r iv....t..-l,. T t i-o-veuvrwl hn nrid memories anfl relics.
aiWl flt'CU"' ! IHC-uiu ui uiuvtio. v. n, j ..v.. t -
Brown, President, O. D. Davis, Sccre- but let us ot neglect any opportunities
Wind Treasurer, O. S. Gallimore, i to improve or beautify, especially in the
aiu thorough fa res -of the ci;y.
e 1 Herein
plant in connection with the gas works, as
Booa-as practicable." .
Th WatcSMAM thanks D. T. M.
Jones for an invitation, to attend the
Connnclice;nent exercises of Greensboro
Eemale. College, on May 27, 23 aiuU 2 .
Rev! 1v. S. S. Lambeth, of Richmond,
delivers the annual sermon, Hon. Walter
Clark the a I dread to the Alumrae, and
Dr. V. F Tillett, of Vanderbilt Univer
sity, th- annual address. The WATCH
MAN also extends thanks for an invitation
'to attend the. coinmeaeeraeat of Union
The Alliance Fair Association of Row
an will have a business session in Salis
bury on -Saturday ' of next week. The
friends of the fairshould attend at . all
. hazards. Remember that Salisbury of
fers the site, this fence and a contribu
tion toward the buildings. Moreover, in
addition to gate money contributed by
the live, th ous .in d od 1 people of the
town csntribuitions toward the premium
list will assuredly follow its location at
W. T. Thomasou, of Zeb or Franklin,
lii orJer to find a market for his green
Bid s. was lately forced to haul them a
di-tauee of nearly thirty miles to a
neighboring town. After the haul he
found he could get two cents per pound
.more than at Salisbury. This is wrong.
Ohrf7nvn should hold no its end ot the
-T- - ------- I
han l-spike. in every particular. Some
general dealer, with available ware
house room, ought to see that in this par
ticular also Salisbury's market is cor
rected. A part, of. the W.VTriiM avs staff was
constituted a director - in the Salis
bury tias Company. " With this blame,
blameworthy, blamable post added t o
Town Commissioner, editor and a few
other airy, lucrative () sinecures, next
.to the dog killer, wo ought in time to
become the most popular man of -The
eo.novanity. However we will keep the
is out of the paper, but if we get some
live hundred. and fifty volts tangled up
with thedrive of our pen you will un
derstand. If you happen to have a val
uable watch, in danger of becoming mag
netized, we advise that it.be put aside
hereafter when you pick up our paper.
The Salisbury WATCHMAX, notwith
standing its venerable age, has become
one of the brightest papers in the State.
In its livelv naratmuhs an 1 breezy notes
we recognize the facile pen of James W.
Tinniple, the oet and author. That the
Watchman has the best wishes of the
Patriot for its future, goes' without, the
saying. Greensboro 1'atriot.
What trbandy way- the Patriot has !
We will wear the little mireissus in ouv
button hole while we write the name of
The Superior Court convened Monday
with His Honor Judge Shipp on the
bench.. The following grand jury was
chosen : Moses Frick, Ephraim Mauney,
Henry Beaver, J. W. Miller, W. C. Brin
glc, Monroe Castor, Ambrose Castor, J.
E. Goodnight, Y. L. Kesler, S. J. Swice-
A T T C:.rl 1 T? I'rnw TT S
Pet lie, GClI. Shaver, D. A. Bogcr, A.
Parker, S. F. Owen. Robt. Phifer. J. L.
Sifford was made foreman.
Henry W. Shaping was appointed
court crier, to fill the vacancy caused by
the death ot the old crier. Juo. Agner.
The docket for this term of court is
very light. On Monday, Laura Castor
was convicted of keeping a baudy house.
James Knox, colored, was tried for
stcalting clothes from R. M. Rosc
borough's store, in Cleveland, and found
Henry Heilig and Will Robinson wcie
tried for an affray. Heilig was fined $5
and Robinson $10. They paid the costs
A good deal of interest is manifested
in the case of Town of Salisbury vs. Ike
Fraley, which was tried Tuesday. He
was tried for obstructing the public high
way by moving a fence on Shaver street
six or eight-feet out into the street.
Judgiftent was suspended on payment of
CJsts, and 011 condition the fence be
Tsaiah Forney was tried for an nssault l female operatives to work
and battery upon llici person cf Lucy
Pearson. Judgment was suspended on
costs being paid.
John Harkev and J. M. D. Barriei
were tried for forcible trespass charged
with, breaking into the house of Ander
son Luckey ami taking therefrom a
desk, some clothing aud Various other
articles. They acted under orders of
Esq. Kesler. and although Judge Shipp
said he (the 'Squire) ought to pay the
eosts, Harkey and Barrier were let off by
p lying them, it being ascertained that
toe removed goods had all been re
turned. Malcom Mauley was fined $23 for an
assault and battery upon Stephen Boy den.
Tom Taylor, who knocked out the eye
of Mose Basinger, several months ago,
while the parties were camping out in
the citv, was tried and found guilty. He
was ordered by His Honor to suitably
compensate? Basinger for the injury in
flicted. The case of the State vs. Dallas Tor-
I rence. D.iu Fraley, Bill Clement, Louis
G. B. money. They found many victims
in the Northwest.
Congressman Ewartbas surrendered,
we are told, his license to practice law,
in order that he may qualify himself
for an admission into the Farmers Alliance.
The farmers would do themselves
credit if, as in tirower's instance they
blackball him. Once a deserter, al
ways a deserter. A man who will
drop an old friend for a new will as
quickly abandon the new for another.
Such a 111:111 will set a sail to any wind
until one 'me day shall dawn on which
he will discover himself to be an aban
doned unci dismantled deriliet idly
adrift on the political sen.
Your viear of 15 ray, like any other
shifter, always finds out in theendthfit
three moves is equal to a fire.
Wc have on hand about 125 Suits,
Sucks and Cutaways which arc now
placed on the " Job Counter." None
costing less than the prices at which
they are offered : $10 and $12.50. .
These are all seasonable Suits, ouc,
two and three of a kind, that were
sold for $12.50, 15, 17.50, 20, and 22.
Now re duced to 10.00 and 12.50.
Come early and secure a good
IMPROVED HELL3R DRILL.
M. S. BROWN.
May 1st, 1890.
it llA Weighs Int 18 Ws
i -an be carrlr.i Into the field and J "ached to wow
iK Machine Who. 1. Snd for PescriptVO Uar
. wnc. Agents wanted la fvery CjwLj.
K. AHEM CO., 23 Wcter St, New Yorfc-
IM'TTPpB At the Salishury 'ot-
W'iMiJ U VitSa t''d 31 ins ten or iineen
or learn to
work in the mill. Girls or women from
fifteen years of age and upw ard may ap
ply at the mill.
Tl.e Roan ok o and Southern RDai.
The Roanoke and Southern Railroad
Company is casting about for a southern
connection. It is proposed to connect
Monroe, the terminus, with Gen. Hoke's
road north. The map shows the direct
route, almost an air line, to he by way of
I Salisbury. Meetings are being lieUt, ana
represwitrtfives from Thoinasville and
Lexington are laying claims and offering j Williams, and Tom Clement, all colored,
A BOON TO SMOKEES.
ALLAN'S PINE LEAF CIGARS k CIGARETTES,
Use the Pine Needle Cigars for a de
lightful smoke and speedy relief for IN
FLUEXZA. ACUTE AX i CHRONIC
CATARRH. CLERGYMEN'S SORE
THROAT, HAY FEVER. ASTHMA ami
ALL BROXCHIAL DISEASES. Com
bining the full aroma of the Yara tobac
co, imparting to the taste and breath a
pleasant effect, and by the introduction
of pine needles the nicotine or poisonous
properties of tobacco arc destroyed, not
only rendering their use free from injury,
but with positive benefit to the consumer.
For sale bv the following dealers ia
Salisbury: G. W. Smith, C. J. Kesller,
ral Implements, Buggies,
Wo have just received, for sale
W. L.Young, D.Hanline, L.Ed. Heilig, , .1 formers of Rowan and
J. H. Enniss, E. C. Miller, C. H. Swmk J-l
t iit ir : . i i ,,.;ti, .iicr nt Sf i! :. nMmdAu o c or nnr nt
:l' 1 ! ( ) I 111 1 m i oimoi v
.1 V. Harris. J. Jv. Smith, also at bi
James hotel. S. F. HA RR ELL,
Greensboro; N. C. Southern Agent
inducements. Will Salisbury not bestir
herself? Sho lost years ago, the termi
nus of the JSorth Carolina Road, and
consequently the terminus of the C. C,
the Atlanta and Charlotte, and the C. C.
ami A. Let's do something now in time.
Why cannot Lexington and Salisbury
sta&d by each other, and each have this
road? Lexington is a little to the right
and this city a little to the left of the di
rect line of tliis road. Ifit.goes to Lcx-
iugton, it will have to deflect back to the
left again, which will necessarily throw
it near Salisbury.
The Tic in City Daily says :
It was an important meeting of the
stockholders of the Virginia aifd North
Carolina Construction Company that
took place in the city yesterday after
... i i 11
for gambling, was taken up, aim an weie
adjudged guilty except Bill Clement.
James Rued, called and failed. Reed,
convicted of a deadly and almost fatal
assault with a knife upon Lucy Alex
ander, colored, jumped his bond. Oa
appeal he was required to give bond in
the sum of $1,033 for his appearance from
last term of court to this one. A ''sire
facias" issued Xq. his bonosmcn to snow
cause why they should not forfeit the
bond. His bond was a ood one.
1 -l 17 I
NEVER CHOKES or
BREAKS THE ROLL.
THE CELEBRATE 3
Salisbury," N. C, May 5, 1890.
A meeting of the Ex. Committee of the
7th Congressional District is hereby call
ed to meet in Salisbury on May L, 1S!K).
Frank Brow n. Ch'ni'n.
Has All LATEST UPHOVE ARE NTS
Including Knlam- Viircl on Brush which in
sures even speed. This featuro is peculiar to
this make of Gin and i3 used on no otner. Are
n7UY aT4BASTKEcnd Arc 5olivreI
FHE.: iF FBEK3KT f.t any R. B. Station or
the landing cf any Regular S.entr.boat Line in
the Bcutli. If v.e have no Agent near yon,
address the General Sou'horn Agent, '
n ill i!liF5n a fT2 VTI.AN I A, OA.ot
K.W.nUBRU OA LLAS. 1 1 A.
The capital stock of the company was !
creasad from $10-3, 0:W to $600,003, of j -
which our own people took a large por
tion aud Roanoke and Baltimore the bal
ance. -t-'ome$4o,C00additional sought ad
mission but was of necessity refused.
There was a slight change in the per
sonnel of the directors and its officers :
Col. F. II. Fries was retained as presi
dent as was VV. A. L?m!y, President of
Wa-chovia Rank, as secretary antl treas-
Vim m,,! (i Mirire C. Jenkins, of Haiti- SuDreme Court. W hen he arnyed thft
Ml V ' " O ' - - I I
s r f 11'
irtv a Pnitfi int:int, son oi .Mrs. naiiM1
Druher i'otts. at the residence of tnc late
J. J. Bsuner, Esq., at 2 o'clock, a. m., on
Sunday, May 4th, 1890, aged nearly 20
"suffer little children to ccmc unto inc.
Mr. Cleveland" went to Washington
S.iturdav to ar2 a ease before the
yo S STANDARD
icbt put:. luiiy
r.arreiiM. c itn r iz-n
in.l Vrrl l.rin.i:c Kills.
McConnu-k s .Mowers, licapors
and S; 'If IMiulors, celebrated
througliout the civilized world
as superior to and victorious
over all competitors. These
machines will he sold at prices
far below any ever named here
before. Farmers, this is your
opportunity! You-had better
take advantage of it.
A stock -of Buggies, Carts,
Plimptons. Pleasure and Farm
Wagons at lowest prices.
Our ( 'harm-Carts are superior
to any all others. A trial will
convince 5 on that it is the easi
est riding vehicle in the world.
We Agents for the Eagle Gin,
. ... . 11- i
the best on made e nave
one ot them now on exhibition
. ,1 i i.
store. C all and inspect
. . . .. t a.
Tn nursuanceot a i:over coniaineu in u aim sei: h.-uiu'm....,
pur friendly journal high on
more : J. W. Hanes and K. J . Keynoias,
of Winston ; and L. P. Harper of Suffolk,
The Option to construct the road from
Martinsville to Uoauoke, a.f was orucr
Lei taken up and work on' it pushed as
our exchanges. The Patrl always was
a splendid paper, amVone of the W atch-
fa t t ;i
Man s ocas kvirned mucii 01 mi wiuvun
whole court room was fumed and stuf
fed filth tager, expectant people. In
terest in luni is unabated, and fidelity
aodimininiskccl. When he stands
list of ranidlv as 11 ..ihle. It, was also deter- ;im0ng the people he is still Use tail
j mined to look afcer the southern cud of; cjj which midway leaves the storm.
I the line. j. "Statesman in all" meiisuies, cratflike
A del ejcat ion from uexinvwn w.i pro
.ex.ngionwiiHue.c! . , f -
.1 i,it muiit nun . 111 in.- in",in o
col- i "jblvd to work for a s ihrlption ly in-1 the people ,ee ,n h:ni the next p.est-
1 hp hll ill and testament of the kite J
J Brniicr, we will sell at the Court-House
door in the town of Salisbury, on Mon
dnv the2ddav of June, 18U0, at public
auetion. to the highest bidder, the Car.
isnn Wmr-hniiiii. including the good will I
of the newspaper, the subscription fli-t. 0U
two priming presses, type, aqiiamnj in
ink and paper, and all other 6x1 ures and
propertv belonging 10 m primiiii; o
Terms of Sale : ne-haif cash, ami t he
balance in ( months.
Ci Ci. VIKLE,
Esecutoi s of J, J. Brunei
We have the Dutton Knife
I Grinder; no farmer with a rna-
. I ,! A
chine ran aftord to be wnnoui
Also a full line of Agricultur
al Plows, Harrows and Cultiva
Bmm & quinn.
A FULL LINE OF
Woven Wire Cots at $2.75 to 3.51
SSIsit Woven Wire Springs 3.75
" ri r
3.00 to 3.25
a a ti
Remember these goods are but the
receipts of one day. They are jiwst in
and opened out.
Besides this, we have the
LARGEST GEN ARAL STOCK OF
TO SALISBURY !
G. W. WEIGHT.
Kae hy working 'o:1 msl a non
Pans, f . x
i'uee them to do,
ih':it of thee fni'ed Stales.