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., VOL. XX1I.-.-TEIED SERIES. . t X SALISBURY. N. C. THURSDAY, JANUAEY, 29, 1891. - ' '
" ; . l - . - r j - " . 4as tne manners Amanrs eremtcci Our Prcmsr j--a: , i
? : i - 1 - ' '- - ; - i m t jL-rr-A S:n3 Points. About Imaisratioa. f
irwcommena uaa Eupcrio? to any rrcscrlpUoii
known to me.T II. A. 4schxr, II. D.,
HI So. Oilord Ctj, Brooklj-a, . T.
? cjf 'Coetoria so t!nTCTa,. and
" Its marils o ircll known. tint it: EOcins a work
tf KipererofsUion torularseit. Few aretbL
"i New York City.
"Late Pftfitor Ejiootaiacdala lief ormoi Ciiurch.
The .Leiipg Fumlture
Js now ,.'.:;
t.uuhtlo this (
f i I . I i
,t :yx i'O.
.f ' e o i.
W '.! Iie
C-i ".( (. ,
V. I .:.
i.uo.m m ri s :
A ;;! '.;:: ! k, Anliijiie Asdie, Clicrry r.nd
W a-! it 1. 1 s;t j. i ir t s t ! lit nipct itirn.
. r ' A i.A::'"ii: STOil'Iv :
Oi" td.r.its l-lK-oiif VI Kii (.S
Spring liii's,- Wak Tables Tor T.aditf,
1 icUucs aiai l'iliuc FiiMi is y le
ai.d ipiaiil ah:is in s-tock, or w be
Hiiidy to e.uU r oir .?!. it i. o lice St iias-on-ahle
prit t s. v " y
A ln'i1 s'.ork cd' 1'ativ Caniats with
ii .u i i t-r !-s at T .lu. - ' r
' 1 li,li. -V tn t 'Xx IjiiT.sol Ci.r-
T-iat s w i: !i w Si,c c 1- at oidv lO.ijO.
S; -;al atfcr.tieii
.'y', i in ant!,i s. a,t
fuiiris ni.-Jiii.ti nry
M t i!.v residence'
1 1 i ; 1 1 1 i I) .
Th;fkin in v ii u
:!:tiai; '.or p;.t j a 1
iui i'i t'
m . - I-
r . ..r ii . i
1 i all. C'i!is. 'i
- Yldu-.ii s ir. llj.
,'Ji iaLEn BKQ Wfv
' 1 mW r-UIODEROWN
Ctorfa rnrespolic'. Constipation,
Four Stoinach, Ijlarrboea. Enictation, ,
Eilis V0rm3, gtverf slaep, and proicctos di
VTitiiuut injuricTja mediGatlcn.
For seyrral .yenrs I bavo reeommpRded
j-ojr ' Ca&toria. '.and shall always continue to
do so as It has lav&riniAy produced bcraHci&l
Ewin F. Pardee. M.
'TLa-VTlaitrop, 1 155th Street and ?t.h Avel,
New York Cit7.
Compakt, T7 Ml-reat StiIset, Kct Tork.
01 J f
Dealer and -Unttker
A AyUi Stock of . Fun; i-
.t ( 00.
. n.er price,
OI. CAN'S. -
Cims mi d De. I.ir
h' r io d Wlnclock
I ; K P A 1 il ! V. N 1'. '
iv.tn to uiTdi i tnkirg
all hours day uial
services af niht will
on Iai;k fctrcct, in
kTs lauf the puThc
1 'i;a l v v. nd ,i...kinix ji
wm. r. coAirT
S 'XIIETAR Y.
, Resident Aent,
Has the Farmers' Allianoi 3ene;t;d
Within the hist eiht or: ttn ve irs
tbere have !ee:i lnni'Ireds and jiprh.-ips
tnusatuis tf newspaper nrf icles i wtm
tt(:i ujider tin attitu uf iiJe "Fitrnier.
H'.vi-; y man v oi' t limi ijf
It:h political dematroiie.-? . w'ruse so!;-!
.oliject was to injure tiie or,i r or to
11S II. tor heir liprn'!:it U'A'wht
."idnred hv Mime threadbare and entire -
exiiansk-'J, hut in mv opinion; it is a
siji-lfject eveV new. fresh sid ineihati.N-
Hke the.'.vo'rds rtrst sindien
tljiq G'aVuen of Eden, and through all ;
i ii i i i i i
upe p:i-t centuries ii ive -lost n!ne or
tliKJiir s;veeti;ess or their- n.ine
I AIMioujli I am iinue a youn'Tl man
jet; i thins I am ame to s.-o ?oMte- t
uie: nianv. reas.ous wiucli .served titav,n-rn. i,nf f i,n,n, i -n
. . ; , , . . , i sfi J ri j'""'" fi" vniutisuii, HUU will
4i i' aikxit such a uiiiou of the a''nHr,.et ni:ir!,b n,-1ll -A ....u, .1.....
ciia ui aic a.'se a t l ei nein in
hiring for the auielioralion of the con-
. i , ... . ,
dition ot tiie American farmers. T
lfr ma..y Vc-ars tl-iey ha d sat 'upon
th;erstool of do nolhing and allowed ail
ii eigovernmcnt maciiiues to le rim in
tle!!iitcret oi oth.er c!ases or pirofes-
sibus, an 1 at lat when they didiavake
iTjotn their stateot let.liargy they fbiind
tljai: many, yea, many of' th.'nii'had
btjeii "rmi" out of th..-;:-. ' homes and
tlt those who pro..luced the wealth of
tliiehation were growing poorer and
pqorer every year audi hat capital was
becoming more and more centr.ilized
in! the hands of the few. They fuund
tlijat millionaires? were inuiti'dving on
onie hand and tenent fanners oni the
other. They soon realized the ; fact
thsitjnan-y of the evils wi; h whichi lliev
wercaniK;teu Had grown out or niue-
jdaf and ihscrinnnating State and na-
ujinething was wrong. Some! bin':
naki to be done and dom.
Vvjhat was the renie.lv?
t'ouimon sense t.ui-iit t!im t'lat it!
wjjwld Ije us less to u-nderta e to ireiM'- .
ly t!ie existing evils wftiiout unity of i
icuoii on the -parfevof these :diltc!ed. i
riie great agricultural wheels (if '
iv4s had almost, ceased to revov. , iJ.it !
the i'armers knew Mliev bad n -i.r.
' l i
ecpiar wnn anoiner cias es and ;u
.1 -.1 i r , . i i
uci ujai uiese ri"urs Mumnt iv - i'it. i
i i i
i;e ; leit i
i;'. ers i nati
ley Organ iz
ajiy known as the F.ir.uer AlijiiMce
ind j udn-tr'al Fnjon of A :n erica.
Uerever fins orgamz t i-n w;.s intro-
dat ed it at once received t ie .!! noit d:
i I .
cap.ie to be a great :'.nd powei
Off - I
z it iop. . " I
. What benefit have he p eie driy-j
ed from it? What w.il be th lui,-.! L
result:of this great rerorni move.nrmt:
m i.: i... . . '
it ei v j seosioa; io,.u k ii o s iti.it i::ei
farmers have b-vn greatly succerf..l !
in various ways, and it alt our men;- j
hers will stand squarely ou th;J
ics platform there is no te.iin
tne mini result win oe. it u
. 1 i I I i ll! ? . t I
the farmers together .nrd'caused tije.n
io study ni-my of the great ucoaoti.e
questions of the day. ft .s liMniernig
country life less homely an 1 more so
cial. It is restoring' con litici.ee ain-.ing
the farmers. It has'betteivd tiie t,;r
mers' condition nieiitaily, morally and
Huaiiciallv. Anddjesides ;dl th;ls tlieo,-
lur iAi; MfTui'ftxl -i irrii'if ili il l'l l!"
XW. .Ilk' It 1 v V t C VI t t . L. II
ls. niieeteci a grea. deal in me way i
ot State and .Nation a I legislation.' J he
tarmers have already made tins power
relt at the ballot box and in tne ieg;.- - '
ati've halls. .The .day of leaders-"i.
i : ft I 41-" " '11 t '
past. .; ine ...Alliance win el;auip;on ,
measures not men. hyervthing: iu !
the Alliance circle? is (piite encouraging
at present and 1 am t.rulv'glatl to see
t lie day when the goritl people noith
md south can lav down their old sec
tional ju-fjudices and, unite in "one
common c.tuse. The Alliance, striving
to suiipress ail "'personal, local, section
al and national ruviudiees alb unlipal-
thv rivalry." I see no reason vvhv I
the brethren should not le encouraged.
Wc should guard well our doors kind
allow-uo person"" who is ineligible to
become a member of our order. 1 fear
we are becoming too careless about
the y.ccrets of the Alliance. We must
not tell to tiie world every word that
is said in the Alliance. The Alliance
will suraly -succeed if it will '"attend
strictly to its own busines and let oth
er people's business alone." For my- ,
self I stand squarely on the principles
of the FanuriV Alliance regardless of
party line, vet' I have my own politi-
l i - " ! i i l t i i :
c.ti eouviciitfns. .j am ior tne alli
ance, first, hist and all the time. I,
have up axe to grind. I am Hot sid ing
buice. Xo, far fram tliat. Rat I
earnestly desire to see the condition of
the laboring glass of people bettered.
ip tho-e wlio. are still standing ailbf.
I viould say there is still room on the
Alliance shlpTor many mare. Come
and; get on board. But in the mean
time if you should chance to helir a
powerful noise like a big timber ; fal
ling don't get scared. ' Its dnly the
Alii-aneein tiie wood., with irs (r.tie
iiiiteher. There is business ahead.;
, Caldwkll J. Urvsakll.
; ie Presieetn oi ihe Union Co n.
ty F. A.
"ft T'g Ci . -
Many years pr ;eti e have given C:
A. Snow Co., Solicitors of patents :.t
Washingfoii. i). ('.. niisurpaed -.;-ces;
in .obtaining ) iteuf for ;.il t 1 ;?se
of inventions. '1 hey in ke asp cjalr
t)f matfy patents that li al beU pre
vvii.idy rejected. 1 heir adve.-ii cm n
in a"oi her column. Will be of i ate rest
to im veiitoi"s. patents, manulacturer-.
a- d ail who hae any tiling to do ivitli
'As!ieviiie-Th Asheriile Tobacco
Woiks Was inc'iv.tseil its capita! stock
Si'M W)'J a;? I will t-nlare rt wnrlcs. arl-
, . - "'""ii'i'-iiMi: ul s.miu ana
r-' M-s us stated in'uttr l.nt issue,
i .,..,,-,.f....t.. ,.e . . '
.A-iisviiie--Al-issacii uet U
. Vi.li'n -nf , t-
l-U;tt- ir 1 -f:it!.,l rn i-.. !. .e....I ".r i
1 Madisu'u cnir. valid will d-ftvf loo s im
,1 " - 1 V'?'"-
Brvsoij City A stock company is
bjiii org-in;..!, it is reporieJ, to erect
a canrinj: f;ietory. E. C. Simkinscan
v-l give lnioriual ion.
. rd Iron. .WiH.!, A 'IV.. .p v..i..
; previously mentioned is erectile a
' ' . 1 1 i ,
' " - ' a. r v, lJ . 1 1 till Cll I V 11,1 I I
iir, vu.H .un n.ii .Hsu nil m m eiee
trie light plant
F a v e 1 1 e v i 1 1 e The FavetUviHo
Woo lenware Co., will, it is reported,
put additional in icbinery ill and lu
cre a -e tlit- capacity oi- its wooden ware
Forest City -G. E. Young and oth
ers have organized the Forest City
Manufacturing Co., for the purpose of
erecting a woodworking factory.
Goldsboro The city will petition
the legislature for authority to " issue
8 j(,000 of bonds to construct a sewer
Goldsboi-o Uoyall & 1 rden con
template the'eivction of a worm wire
bed spring factory.
Greensboro Cipt. Fisher will erect,
it is reported, a tobacco prizery.
Iliikory A system of water works
will b? constructed hv the citv. The
iiiavor can give niorm diou. '
!: 1 1 1 The establishment of
a broom factory on the co-operative
plan is talked of.
Greensboro -The st ick comnanv
. . i
mentioned in our last issue as to be
..... , t i i v iV i.;,, .....i .!!,..., .
.,, .,,.,r i... ; i.l ; f a i i i...
lirill i.il.u.' Hi v. iillivi: ll llllltll.ll Will ur
: W i l i? .i;. ...
with V. C. Uiin, president: 11. V.
H:-ooks. vice president ; 'and J. V. Cau
sey, s-vretarv. Tne cap.tal stock i is
v o. it
esi . !' i -hed i hro .u i utD; v, is reported
in our last iss'.n
L 'i ':e i . i . e . ieiue ijuiii-
. . 'P- . . .. I T
., contemplates erecting new
Theliileigh Spring lied
icnt"! in our l.td isue as meor-
porated, lias star:ed a spiing bed fac-'
R ah-igh Bilfs have been -Introduced
iu th- legislature to incorporate the
'ar.dei.gh M ills Co., and tile Caraleigh
l'iio.-p!iate i: Fertilizer Co. These com-
panics are reportc l as to operate in
iit'f. to.v',1 ( to lie built near heltfl
which ill be known as Caraleigh.
i: :it herfordton Charlotte icifties
, 4l . ,Vj tuU,. Ho .o-petion
,. ;,,,,,Vvi,.i, .(,v t i,,tiw.r
; Sta:e.tv lie Tiie Sta.e-ville Land
i. t '.i C i i i ' .
l jcvciopiueiit Al inataciuring co.,
has been" incoriioiated with 1. r.Loug
as president i .J. P. Caj'Fve.l, vice pres
ident, .md William Wallace, secretary;
has parce.ased and will improve S'.HJ.
acres of surburbau land. The cap.tal
stock is $.30,000.
Wilmington The .100,000 of
bonds mentioned in o:ir last will be
uMl lul ,n,ciaBc i-i -
Wilmington A bill will be intro
duced in the legislature to incorporate
the'Xew River Oyster Co.
Winston . 'Ilamlen & Son con
template establishing brick works,
Winstoa-Peter Valler, of PhiladeK
phia, Pa., will, it is reported, establish
the "Twin City Bottling Works" in
n elaborate system is in operation
at the factory of the great jewellers on
Union square. Mr. Farnham,'f one of
the members of the firm of Tiffany,
some time since invented and -built a
machine which stretches over the fac
tory like a giant octopus. Immediate
ly over the' bench of every workman
there i a funnel which descend to
within a fewjuches of the metal up
on which he is working. Ihe funnel
is connected with a tube which
runs to a central reservoir. A con
stant suction of-ui'r is kept up, and tho
result is that every bit of gold, no
ni .t'rr it it is so small us to be invisi
ble is the eve, which is chipped, filed
- . ii i .. . i
t tioin h s mo.iel oy me oii-
. " rs 1 1
is si; creed up
1 1 ! neiicc o'
into t lie tu'itiet ami
he air toThe recei v-;
', do'ign goi'
id dust which would
- up m the air was c night in
.. I.,. in l..!lMll
rii'-! IOU1 1!1 Olios u in'- i""'.'"""-
v t r it construction. A. 1 . Sun.
tiie silver bill be.-
i 1 .i
lf it bee dines law a cot-
:'- M 1
O I ) t - i v
i - -
ad vanee two cents
.el" .!id there are nino chances
j r'r n to beconc a i -iw to one of failure
s , cier xv.t and be pat ien t.--Soat.h''fi
i A!lianc3 Fanner.
A COLLECTION' OF
SHARP POINTS THAT
WITT f.rt TlmA,.,,
ill .- .- : .
x un r ju tr urin v vo 2 men in tho
. i i tieyoim ineir time to raising ;i
j 'ward and "ivincr advice to their --fath-
uwi-- iiiunius are sun sou trom
' a rli....i-t I I'll .
" ""-" 'igii i ii . cie uauies.
It is stated by the
papers that, the
Indians in the
their hostile attitude is due to
c:ent food, it isa shame to our gorern-
menf. If their starving condition is
due to their hostility the war will soon
terminate. Progressive Faamer.
The national banks appear to he
trying to curry f ivor with the Far
mers' Alliance by having a bill allow
ing them to loan money on notes se
cured by mortgages on real estate, in
troduced in Congress. This is a L'ood
A new pension list j as a legacy
from the Bering Sea qunrrel, should ft
result in irar, would cost the peopk
of the United States len times as much
as the value i.f all the seal - akin, that
ever hipped the dainty Iinihs.of the
darlings of we-lth and duxury. Ex-,
As long as the present unjust dis
criminations and unfair treatment
L,r -.I..cj- l...:l..: i. n; iv .i
uaw leini.llioil SIKlll COnilBlie, IHe
agitation andconHictfor equ.il rights
will he continued. Be not discouraged
nor dismayed; but persevere and re
main steadfast to the end, The Alli
ance has a 'mission and it is accom
plishing it. All ni nee Herald.
In 1S50 the wages received by the
operatives in t he diilierent. industries
was equal to fifty-three per cent, of
the value of ths finished product. In
1SS0 their share was reduced to "seven
teen per cent., while the wealth of the
country had increased from 7.103,
000,000 to f:d.:U2.00 ',000 during the
same -period. Alliance Herald.
Stanford, Blaine, Qlveland, Hill,
and several other equally honorable
statesmen with presidential aspirations
are said to be laying wires to caption
the Alliuhceinei. in '92. This kind ef
thing can't he worked; no land grab
berrf, corporation tools, professional
leinloflKUriVTtmce at " all
the State Allinn es, and the big ones
will feel a hob nailed boH in 02.
We stand fo reform wherever it is
needed in politics, in law, in society
and in religion. Begin to-day, and
tomorrow, when it comes. Let socie
ty be purged froai all evil influences.
Let our politics be rid of ill corrup
tion and trickery. Let o:n? laws be
remodeled so that they m ly bear equal
ly upon every class. Give us good hon
est government, with an administra
tion that will protect the weak and
lift up the wage workers to a common
lerel with all other classes. Equality,
education, intelligence and thrift let
them come.--Union Banner.
Our enemies may howl and fret and
swear au I denounce as much as they
please, but the Toiler is a farmers'
uewsoiper and goes to theja even-
week. They look to us to give them
the news and we are going to do it.
Our mottto is to "hew to the line let
the chips fall where they may. W'e
want to treat everyone fairly and just
ly, a. id if we do anyone a wrong in re
porting legislative matters if they will
make it known to us we will always
cheerfully correct the error.
. i ii i m
How about tint ice house.
St. Louis commission men consider
the hook the "foolish 'fastening", for
Asphalt paper, which ; costs 1.20
per 500 ,q tire. feet is considered good in
the construction of silos.
See that the eutside as well as the
inside of your butter packages is cletin
Have them neat also.
For the year ending Oct. 1, 1S0O there
were in Iowa 623 creamer.es and 0;j
cheese fad ones.
There were 7o.666.677 gross pound
of butter shipped out of Iowa by rail
road for the year ending October 1,
Take go id care of the cows, but do
not let your boy feel that you carp for
or hsve'ujore interest in them than in
If we get a crop of ico are you ready
f. harvest it Ice is 'Tierisliahi
d must be gatheied when
von mav loose it.
Don't forget the growing calyes
i i i- ii . . t ..III-. l-...
Whlio Ci'OWding llie CO s 101 nam, -
that thev have dry' (nnrters, at least
reasonably warm, and a daily ration of
oats or wheat bran.
Tones county, Iowa. wiMi forty-two
creameries heads the 1M as to number.
out liiirnanan, wmi uiit--o.. ie.fi- u
shipment of butter, in sending'
, . ft 1 ' l- Z l'l , I ,n
our iiiij.oh p-')un is. rai m, . trio
( A-I.m.. ; ..i.J.
: .....x., ... ....n, J
llltere.-iti'i!? SOIUP (i nirps lnrimr on
. rs ....
1 - "
. lliat suoiect aiii r.i afn hv :i f .ti. i -
! It seems that the
nu n her of person
1 i i I
wno came to una c0im i v, as tuivi-ii
: n, in? vuars loio ana 1o!ti
w;ts 5,306,47(5, and; of this imnifiij-e
antlV hnf !(. Vin iimit runt ivufu p,it!.l.
' eh-d desirable .iH-W Th.r ,Vr. ' i,..v
. t ,1 A r -i n .rf nC .....I... :..!.!
V". A 1 ' l PHI V VI UK llil I 1 cl M,
ones urawir from Ludgate, Cierk
inwellatnl other European prisons on
tickets of-Ieave, that, perhaps England
and her near neighbors might be rjd
of so dangerous a class of indolent and
pauperized criminals. While our
snores should be opened to the oppres
sed of all nations, particularly to tiie
persecuted ou account of race or relig
ious belief, we should iook to it Well
thxt the alleged persecution is not for
some good -reason -which might subject
these same persons to what they might
again claim to be persecution in this
country, -because of their idea being
so at vanance with right and . the
forms of a true Rquiblican govern
ment. There are even nov.-, unfortunately,
in larger centres of the ,Xorth and
Vrest, an element which proclaims op
enly nihilism, and another commun
ism, with others divided into gaugs of
a sufficient number to make their pres
ence in some of the Western citiVs un
desirable. While the rule of Russia
seems to the average American despot
ic, could she, to maintain her n.ton
ality, do so without st imping out the
abominable-doctrine of nihilism in the
severe methods she has restored to? It
is only the frenzy of an extrenn Iv
conservative brain that con hi formu-
late an excuse for "this bloodthirst y
rabble which to-day makes uneasy ev
ery governinent official in the land of
the Czar. In encouraging immigra
tion we should look to il Unit we have
the right kind, and not people ourj
surplus lands with a class that by its
growth and rights under our constitu
tional govern men t, might sap at the
very-vitals of our X.itional life. Let
us move along slowly, and endeavor to
increase the average of intelligence,
instead of retrograding by populating
too rapidly, simply foruuineri.il now-
An:ng tho Trusts.
Miutng IJeU -.w
The latest scheme is the grain drill
A nitrate trust is being formed
Harvester combine has cut w :ges 15
. PI. ite glass combine his advanced
pries 30 per cent.
Southern plaid m .inn-fact uivrs Com
bine with $1,000,000 capital.
The American St raw board Tru.-t
made 1 per cent, for Xjyembjr.
with 2,000,000 capital, still talke l of
at Springfield, O.
At a convention of the nunuLe! lit
ers of road making machines, at Pitts
burg, it was decided to form V tru-d,
with 1,000,000 capit.d. The combine
will turn out 6,000 machines yearly.
The Harvester Trust is .holding the
first mciit lily meeting since its organi
zation, in this city, ft is thought that
the. prices oni machines this year will
be raised from 23 to o ) each.
The Ameific m Wbeel company, it is
reported, has made a contract with the
Cincinnati -Carnage. Manufacturers'
Trust, giving the latter 30 per cent,
advantage over all other dealers in the
List year the most notorious trust
was the Bread Union in Loudon. It
took 'in all the important ba.iers, 277
in number, in tne metropolis, 'fh.e
failure and entire dissolution of the
tru.-t has been announced
The new" fire-wrks trust i known
as the Consolidated Fire-works eom-
pmv of America, with headquarters at
Xorthlield, tiichmond county,' X. Y.
iiPiv a:-f s'li ti er stations at mneni-
ii.it i, Chicago, Rochester, Bi timore
:iml M liO'.ns. i .; loi.d'Viug are
trustees: Georg? 'X. Stre-t, of Xw
York City; Gjorg! H.' Pr-'utis and
Charles A. .lohllson. of Urookivn; .Jos
eph W. Palmer and Josepli P.iim.-r, Jr..
of Rochester; Thomas
Cincinnati.; John L
Bond, of B.dti-
The consolidation of zylon-itc and
celluloid companits has finally ben
effected, and the Celluloid corni.anv,
unbr.ieiuii nil -t lie zvlouite works in
the country, has been organized
- j a capital of i.OOO.OtH) in the town of
t '.. I M Tlii.; -i I e ir trust it
! y iuu 1 1 1. .A.i -. "- v' ' ,v
- js claimed, and nny i"-i I to tin sunt
ting-down of the P.-tsIidd j;u:tor:es.
The odicers of the coiupany. most of
them Xew Jersey cipUtiit-, are".
j p,csi IeiO.M osh ,M C. L 'I r : vice-
esTdetit.'.l 'Mo -v- li
t i .v ;
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t ir ,
j Jl ,on
I IV 1-UP.M-
i ChildrM Cry for Pitcher's ftoria.
irnvrs fuom m jreiisad to maK'teo. 'v
1 i i
i. n- ... iH wii. it
j J he, present Legislature will elect
1" j "
i l'v ni i:sirates.
Yt sper is the name of the North Car-
oimu oy.sU-r niai.-of-vvar. , " -
Afore sick members ifrltaleigli ihsti
in ;iiiyq.revious Legislature.
Durham Baptist T'emale CoTTejje liw
opened under flattering auspicrs.
Many Goldslnjrb ladies ara recipi
enis of New York Cards from Japan.
Stoker fanners, are industriously ,
preparing their lands for coining crop.'
L) in.iuy avakes.to numerous steam
whi!i-:s in rhe timber forest around. .
The Charlotte Savings Bank has been
org in. zvd to have a capital of $200,
000. - . .'
Wilson, Elgeeomb', Pitt ami Green
negroes are agairr-aiil cted with the tX
President S.nith, of Wayne Agri
cultural wurks, tius invested largely iu
Aorkct& Wadsworth have a big spool
Of wiie rope $ ofoTLch iu diameter. It
is 1100 feet ton 2 and weighs 1500
pounds'. It is to be used for a i-ierry
across Yadkin river at some point in. -StanJy
cutinty. Cvneoril Standard. ;
R. W. Ediott, of Long Creek", .Meck
lenburg, who is in his 82 year, without
assistance, built a fence of 120 pailuels,'
and 10 Vails high, iu one day.
Tie vestibule train that carries 1
iquor was on a big bender Weilnesday
night; and'the w'.io'o thing apie.ared
to own the wliole world and to have a
d'Jwn-hill pull. 1
A Pair From fie Durham Globe.
V DURHAM COM PA MY EN" LIST ED TO FIGHT
TOBACCO SToIlii INDIANS.
Col. M. XV. Reed has organized' a .
company of ail the active colonels to '
UMcced at once to the northwest to
put down the ludLajL Xjfjucv-A It
The Old Bachelor's Club will be.
Ten thousand pounds of rzo.--1yfrkeJ
hog'i have been parked, and Colonel
Reed's brigade, will eat the uieat,
a Let her they kill any Indians or not.
(j re it eve-dement prevails at the rc
Col. Pete Briggs tried to desert this
afteriidon. Tin; mere fait tlut lie
wanted to desert caused no p irticular -
comment bat it ;is learned" through .
Col. So'ithgate who is acting as ascout,
that Col. Pete "Briggs would Rked to
have deserted with all t'ae razor-back-meat.
Colo- els R. F. Wliiteurst. EL W
Kennedy, R. F. Bo-me iiad J. F. Fre
laud.are engaged in a ghost dance am
trouble is feared. If the Indians at
tempt to enter the town, the U re Com
pany will be ordered out, and forced U
squirt. - ' "
A courier just in from Roxboio say
the 'Indians refuse to come here mit
we get a new ho'el. Of course thi-'
may or may itot be true.
ltev. Edward J. Kiiiine, rector of A"
.Saint's ehurcii, Chie.ig ,- has tiec-n u
pointed bi.-diop.of the new Roman ' Cy-t- v '
olic see of Dallas, Tex. He is- 41 yea.
When tho IJaptist raise $73,000 T
building a cliurcn in til. Augustine, Ft;
Mr. II. M, l'lagli-r will furnish a lot v.
ued.ut j,000 and give tiieux ?-Jo,000
money. - -
Great religious interest reported in t
First Congregational church, New Lc
do. i, Can. More th in 5) persons ha
Miss Lizzie M. Bjyd, a noted evau;
list, ueaehed 'morning and niglit in -John's
.Methodist church, Baltimore,
.Sunday 11th inst. She says she has
gagements ahead to keep her buy : , '
lliiee years. T
The Cumberland ri-Cjbytci ians i
!y Side, Pa.; dedicated ou the 4th in
u new' house of worship, huitt- of st
with a scaling capacity of WAL
The Reformed Church in the Uni .
States (.Gel-urn ii ) rejiort l.ooG congr
: O.iiw -liiil K"'. tlllMll lirs i
Iii-hop Duncan during the sessions
the Methodist Conference, at Montic
dedicated a v.evr jind handsome ch '
which had been liuished a few
On January 4 trthe United Presl
rians of Wilkinsliurg,
their hotse of worship.
ChieX. Justice Barkely, of Georgia
cides that a-alaiv 4romiseil to-ainii:
in list he paid: 'lf any debt ouglit t
paid it is one contracted for the hen!
souls, fjr pious ministration and
The Itcfonned Episcopalians arc
sideiing the que.?.. ..i oi M.UVh- - r
I si on in Alaska, Mi.-s llariuf S B "
; of I'-iibolelphia, lias - t-iierous1 pu
r one-half of the expense of such a.
( dert i dug and hear one-half d' th
uual toense in cured iu BUstaiuic