Carolin a Vatehiiian.
.! " : 1
A. WKIuttz, of Gold KiH tonhi
was ordered to take fep3 iu regard to a
certain uitdiroijIii3 laud which has cuus-
: ca, ;iuj;ioiu in tim public road on. lii.j
farm. . ' ' ' ,
f p- - IIeil5?t J. AThomason and jj.
j ijce tacxammc ihe proposed locati ou' of
ilr. J. A. C2edYeUt:r Is qukcisick.
'i-. i- J'!- J? S.'A 1 . ,z
' i T rSTr I" P"1 road in Salisbury township
at J. II- Lnuis Dra Sto:c. fc rnuning from a point oh the.uew Mocks-"
' Clwvvr aud iJrass Seed at the lowest villeread to a point near WrnVM, Par-
.prices ai luc-irug owro oi j. x. j-iuius. .- nuuse ou tne old JlocksviMe road.
Miss Lizzie Thoiupson, of Lexington,
"is-vijsiting.hcr uncle, 3ir.;F. ' Ml Tuouip--sou.
5lr. H. C. VMlliams of the 8 James
i xae committee arc to exauiiAe-the ioca-
tiou and report at the'next rueetiu
probable cost, damages &c.
j The bridge over Grant's creek oa the
h-tatt'Bville road havini; -bech reported
I "' hotclilcrit one of bi.s fine 'bus burses Jat-unsafe the Board ordered tbatl J. F. Rob
iiob'1 was a very valuable
mson liuild a new bridge.at thkt point
" ine L.oard ordered that the office r.-f-
" Mr. John Allen Brown has just recievee ( comity attorney be abolished. .
two -cai loadsof the lincfet lumb cxjal he1 Sheriff Jas. M. Monroe . reported four-
has ever had.
FOGS NEGRO E3 WHIIE KIII-DE AND 8 OR 9
IVOUKDHD DURING A RIOT AT CAII
BuN liILL, ALA., TUESDAY.
Sacramento, Cal., Jan. Sl.r The legis
lature adjourned yesterday out cf ruspeet
to the uic:uor-y of the Lite Secretary
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 31, The Governor
hasVtgned the dill rapid transit commis
sion for New' York city. l"'
London, Jan. 51, Sir Francis Cook,
who married Miss Tunic C. Clafl in, .'form
erly of America, is reported to be in t'ebie
. health. Sir Francis celebrated his 7-ith
birthday last Friday.
; Charlotte, Midi., Teh. 5 Ila??ell O.
C'aufleld, the ;!' cuufe-w.?d murderer of
little Xciite GriTin, "near Dymoudale Fri
day last, was brought into the .Circuit
Court this evening, and sentenced to
prison for life.
The Thonrasv.lle News learns that
several' new buildings iv ill be erected in
that enterprising little tow n during the
, eoming season.
Go quick if you want ",-" PJ toners m the county jail, 3 white
aim li colored and all ,in good health.
,G. A. J. Sechler; constable for China
Grpye tow nship tendered his resignation
hs. constable, whichivas accepted.
Tie following accounts were approved
and ordered to be paid, , the same being
: -Monday night a colored girl from near tor articles furnished fur the support of
Charlotte fell or jumped oil' the north paupers D. It. Julian &.Co , $L95, B.
bound tiain just before it reiK-hed the.j Caplan, $5,C0, -Stuithdeitl, Taylor c
depot. She, was badly jhurt, but w ill rc- j Go., 1. 50, Kluttz & llcndlornan. $5.5 J,
cover."' V" i ' , j : j'T-F. Young, $M5, Victor Wallace, 50,
- V - t , . ' . n l , . E; Steere, $1.95, It. M. Davis, $4.50
We are requested to state that reduced i , T T ' ' . ' ,
nuuic w. , ; Dr. J. J. teummerell was paid $1G-3.S
1 fare has Xii&u secured for rtll our people;- . - f "
IT ' . Lk:..., .u.. i:r .... ''for rvicesas county physician during
vno wish lJlv'" iin.v-niir v i
Stotesville. It begins next Sunday, I- eu
iHiary 8th. ' -
3Ir. liar Sang, late oTChina. ha.s op
ened a laundry on Fisher street. This
is. proof that Salisbury ; is not a dead
rtown. The festive" Chinaman never s un
furls his tent in a dead town.
'. j i
j There is an old saying and a true one,
that whaVis wortjh doing at' all is worth
doiiig -well. Tale. this into cousidera-
tiongctlemen iu settling; the squabble
oef the amount of bonds ihat Salisbury
thould issue for improvx'inb'nts.
.' i - f
- After Hhe service Monday morning a
Jew &pprpached Mr. Fife at the March
house in Lexington itind handed him $2oi.
The Jew said: "I am a Jew,: but I liked
your talk to-day'ahd like to see christian j ye poor fund iqr, Albert Allman.
work going ou. "
. " Thanks,
j ; Friends ba've seut in clubs' as follows,
(K L.'Kluttz, 10; G. , Barring, 10;
CaleV Canup, L. II. Itothrock1, -10.
Other friends have our thanks for smaller
lists. Let the good work go on.
j.t the Baptist Church. -Ilev.
j. .Jones,- pastor of the Baptist
church will .address his Congregation
next SmKLry as oi the following subjects,
Motpt'ag'suuject '"Shouttiug the Door,"
Kveuiacj Subject, ''Blaspheming the
spirit or uupanluiiable Sin."
A' - 1 . 1 . 1 . t
iuuuu m;u ujui were resiuents o
X'abarrus county so the.requcst was jiot
Fermission vox granted Misu Lou
Dorson to go to tho poor house .-and re
main until further1 notice.
W. L. Kluttz and I. F. Patterson, finan
cial comnjittee, made the-fbllowing re
Cash on hand Oct,"!, '90, $',633.90
Ute Ltrge d:
story, marble front build
ring on the corner otjCauroh a:rd Cemetery
streets had a narrow escapeiroci lire on
Sunday owing to a.elclective Hue.
,. Two of the. waiters in- the new hot el, -
, corner Mam ana innis streetgot into a
jdiflieuy yesterday evening knd one of
them received a bullet in the leg.
4 " !
A fide blooded horse belonging to Joe
.Bajlard stepped on a live dcctric wire
-"ou niton street last' luesday anu Avas
A little black bov -by th namot of
Johnsoufl'ell into one of. Uio pxcavations
" .. I . . J.., - ...... "J
: eu jverr strcei, w tiei e mey ure
iii the sewerage, last Saturday and elis-
. located his shoulder.
. John Dewey while getting oil" of one of
-.the elecjtrie cars ou Main street last Sal-
uruay ie 1 'strikiug- his heail ou the ' bel
7 gi'kn pavemeut. jie was picked up and
l carried into Kluttz's drug storeiwhcre it
, ; Vyas fouueLtbat his skull - was fractured.
He died on Sunday. "
At the performauce of llilderbrand
at . the new opera house by' the Loudon
'-Mock company last Tuesday, night, an
..Mann' of tire was sounded which caused
f "a stampede' for! the door. A number of
ladies tainted audjseveral were slightly
i bruised. The pjerfurinance was discon
tiuued. ; -!
the month of January.
A-dam 31. Brown, keeper of the coun
ty poor house reported 17 ihraates during
January, 9 whites and 8 negroes. lie
presented an itemized statement of the
expended of the poor house amounting to
$55.57. , -
;- Dr.J, J. Summerell, couuty Superin
teadeut of Board of health made his re
port which was ordered to be filed.
The fullbwihg allowances were made
to outside paupers fur the next quarter:
Micha.ll Albright,; $3; Catherine Foard,
col., $3; Fatty Cox and sister, $3f Sam
Filer, $5; pliza!)eth Gardner, $3; John
Shcets,,$3; Bob lleilig, $3 for ta4cing care
of Nancy Lyerly1, col., for 12 months;
Nancy Ketchie, S3.; Hiram -C.owaiJ, $3.
Wade Drake asked for assistance from
iotal. . . $7,917,123
By poor vouches since last report, by
county vouclies siuc-3 lasreport,- $373.55
Cash inTreas., hands Jan. 30,- $1,18320
I this cosiiiitibn, the party has had most
lo do Avith it insults the intelijxsncee of
the nalion and fatigues I he patience ol '
inn peo,iH oy urinyr partisan r.ieasurts I
that won hi only, i net ease the evils if
thev were to become laws.
If nirMi could only forg.'t their pas
sions and would not ad liess them-el vt.
to the great is.uics,, the remedr would
suggest itself, and the iron harm would
bt? iftetl oil the country, and trade and
eorunifrcp would flow with their aceus
This is the time for action and net
Atlanta, Ga Feb. 3. -The passenger
train which left Griflin hi?t nilii on the
Savannah, Griflin and North Carolina It.
11., was thrown from the track and the
whole train rolled down a 20 foot em
bankment. About fifteen passengers
were severely wounded but none killed.
-During a se
, two freight
Meadville, Pa Feb. 3.
yere snow storm this a. m.
trains collided a. cut thres miles west of
Corre, Pa., on tjie New )rk, Pennsyl
vania & Ohio Railroad. -Engineer Low
Osgood, of this city, and his lire-man were
killed. Engineer Britton and two break
men Were injured.
Sottboro, Ala., Feb. 3; Sevan prison
ers including &i:a Iteese of Bridgeport,
Alabama, asseutonce i for life escaped
from jail here. One of the prisoners
forced a spike out of the floor and made
a chisel out of it. When the jailers
drughter brought in supper the prisoners
forced the locks from the cell doors re
fused to leave the jail. None of the es
caping party have been recti ptured.
Cleveland, Chio, Feb. 3' The Char
grain Falls accomodation train on the
Cleveland, Canton and Southern railroad
was wrecked a few miles south of this
'city early this a. m , and Engineer, Oscar
Gieenwald aud Fireman, Edward Hill
man were almost instantly killed. The
train was running at about 30 miles an
hour, and the engine jumped the track
and roliePdown an embankment ten feet
high, and draggtrd a combination car and
and -the coach after it.
ri R I I I I '
a V) Q - K . Tl il J a ,1
3313 Best HonEeh old Medicine.
Oace or twico cacb year tho sy3
neoda purging of the impuri
les wbicli clog tho blocd. Frora
!ii!dliood to eld age, no remedy
iiisot? cases with tho samp cci--
'iint.y of good results as
BOTANIC BLOOD BAOI.
T..-C McGauhey, Vebb City, Art., writes.
' j, B. I. has- done me more good and for less
oney than any other blood purifier I evtr used,
tve the comfort of my life to it."
?. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va., Anu.n 10, iE?8,
r. :i: " I depend on B. B. B. for the pre;n-atit n
' i.) l-.eakh. I have rad it in my family r.cw
-i-i . two year, and in ell that time have cct had
;ivj a doctor."
" Wr'm for Illustrated "Boob of Wonders,
...1 Jl lULM CO . Atlanta. Ca. Sent free
We lierehy announce"- that Mr. P.
P. Meroney is ati authorized apent for
collecting and 'ivcfip ting all bills due
t ha, late firm of Whitehead & Tran
tham. All accounts" unsettled and
not adjusted in the next sixty da?s
will be reduced to iudineMt.
J. WHITEHEAD, M. D.
II. T. TilANTHAM, M. D.
2tf " :
ieo to tiio Asrccl,
frikia onci. nsU bidet) and blati
Ccr aua tcrM liver.
T$ r,TlTfTT f T
I IMI & y ill!)
fcovo r specific cf fee ton these organ,
Etimnlaticf ttie bo tic-Is. erivinz iiattir.
al llscb&r)jrs nltnout tral&iu or
grf jing, anil
IBXPAEHi" G IG0E
to tUo kidneys, bl&!der and Urtr,
Itcy are adapted to old or younjj.
. On Saturday tho 2 1st day o
February, 1891, I will sell at
the Court House door in Salis
bury, at public auction, to the
highest bidder the following
tracts of land belonging to L. J.
Armfkdd, M. L. Armfield and
Miss Lou. Armfield, lying in
One tract containing 115 acres
(the home place) adjoining the
lands of Daniel Penninger and
C. P. Penninger, about one
fourth in cultivation and one-
half in heavily timbered bottom
land; this tract contains a good
two-story dwelling, barn1, and
Also the "Gold Mine" tract
containing 80 acres adjoining
the lands of T. L. Thompson
and others; about two-thirds of
this tract is in timber.
Terms of sale': One half cash
and balance in twelve months
with 8 per cent, interest Title
reserved until purchase money
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength.
t. S. Government report, Aug 17, 1S89.
stand, , where
want to mee
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorial
FOli SALE AT
SALE OF LAND.
Is Erico A Hcvr York:r?
SENATOR SIIHAllMAN ASKED To KAl.Si:
TilE QUErt'TlOX Ol' II H COLLEAC; Vi:'s
Columbus, O'iio, Feb. 2. Iieprescnta
tive ilollitlay (Rep.) intruJueel u re.o
lutioti re(iue.st iug Seinitor TSitennan to
resist Senator-elect Brices admission to
t'ne United States Senate on
that be is not a resident of Ohio
' The. only new facts advanced are tbat
his soii at the college s.u l he "lived with
and that the
number of the Ohio
his father in New
Senator-elect is a
.society in new York City, the members
o: which must have acquire i citizenship
in New York.
Taq-j .Trial ii Afjiin.
R.J. HALTOM, Agent
Jan. 17, 1891-.
I Perhaps no locr.l disease has puzzled
anu Dameu tne medical profession more
shan nasal catarrh. While not imme
diately fatal it is among the most distres
tiug and disgusting ills the flesh is heir
to, and the records show very few or no
cases of radical euro of chronic catarrh
by any of thermultitudc of modes of treat
ment until the introduction of Ely's
Cream Balm a few years ago. The suc
cess of this preparation has been most
gratifying and surprising.
A. 0, IIEIU9.
ilttox-noy j&.t Xaa,-vrm
SALISBURY, X. C.
Office in Davis k Wiley's bank rniilding,
corneg of Main ana Inniss streets. Will prac
tice in Courts of Rowan and adjoining counties.
Prompt and carejul attention given to all bus
iness entrusted to mc. Special attention given
HONEST PRICES. . PAIR. DEALING.
LISTEN to WHAT I SAY.
The lmderjigiied, Administrator
with' Will annexed of Ellen i'ly! u
Mortgagee, will sell at the Courthouse
door in Salisbury at ublic outer,' to
ihe highest bidder for cash.
111 tilt . ,i -4
On iilondav, February lot li, CVdl, -rp-j T r ) "IVT ri I I I TTp
a tract of land inlfowan count v mort- I -A-1 J -JTO-i-Vl J L- KJ JuuJZLiy
! I beirinahc new vear determined to create such advantages that my friends who
! haven't time to come down to Charlotte and see my immense stock can stay at
j home and buy as satisfactorily as if they saw the goods on the Moor. I have out a
J a complete line of photos of r . A
1 89 1, we will moATe
into our new store
opposite our old
the goDd people of
Rowan Co., We
will i ve you more
goods for the same
money than ever
D. Rr Julian & Cor
Total, - $7917,23
Ordered bv the Board that the order
made ou the Srd of November ISOj), di
recting the Supervisors of Morgan town-
suip to appoint rin. oversefef and. appor
tion hands over a section of road declar
ed a public road'oa the 3rd day cf Nov
ember, 1S90, be amended bv adding
Gold lliil between the word 'Morgan"'
and ''township' and by adding 'V to
the word. "township."
J. W. Peeler knd others petitioned for
anew public road in Gold Hill township
leading from Lower Stone church to
Rockwell Depot. The petition -vyas
granted and the Sheriff was ordered to
summon a jury to lay olFthe said road to
the best advantage . '
Proceedings of VheCcinty CcmniiEsion
s , . iersiv; . . v ,
The Board of County i Commissioners
s met jff regular ! session last Monday.
Present, Wf L.Kluttz, Chairman, L. W.
I CilemaUj Cornelius CKestler aud I-; F.
'--'-I?4tterson. ' :
II. N. WcodsQi returned $112.50 col-
. -lecteu irom jonn ?. iieuuerson, wincn
Usatu was for rent of othce occupied by
... '.Mri' Henderson from April "1st 1SS7 to
Jan 1st, lS'Jl. I
Ordered by the Board that W. V
Krider, tax ollectcr for Rowan county,
1 ' Mc sallowed until the 1st. liouuay in
, March ,j 1801" tosettle tho county and
V hchool jaxes. .
-. :- A petition to change the Bringle Ferry
' Joad leadipgjiom. GoldTIill to Bringlc's
-! l'ir' was presented.' The Boaixl decid-
. . i ' . . . ..
' .u.iaut tne change wouta not oe lor a
1 Letter road and'that a crossing at the
I - - 1 . ' . -
iiepot would bo more- dangerous than
be. present iecafiohv
. ' Tlie Board ordered that the oyersecv of
inc ljiacolutpn road be furbished a suf.
"eieiit quantity of the Stringers and
Ujiiiibjaken cuit cf theV old Mocksville
rad lo bridge a nuddy aud dangerous
iMiace .in the Liucolntou icad mar Mr.
Jia li-.'utz'just duvside51 the coroc rate
ijid'-ief Sabsburyy '"' ' " '
:' The Board ordered that A. 31.' Browii
;oVeter cf the Gcli Hill road be author!
td tj buy ten loaJsjf reck to repair a
bad p':vco ia zcl !&1 r-ar "Stophci?
Ercth:rS- G- 7ih:n
Will fill" JJie following, appointments
with a full line of samples, explain the
Business Agency System, and he will be
able to give all termsand arrangements
to buy Alliancp Guano, which is now be
ing manufactured for the members of
our Order.. He will have the notes and
make all necessary explanation. Be
sure to meet him on the day cf his, ap
Fitfsboro, Tuesday, Feb- 3, 11 a. m.
Carthage, AVednesday, " 4, 11 u
Laurinburg. Thursday, " 5, 11 "
Lumberton, Friday, " 0,11
Wadesbbro. Saturday, " '7, ll
Salisbury, Friday, ,
Durham, . Monday, .
Chapel Hill Tuesday,
Graham, . AVeuuesdaj,
mston, ' Saturday,
acres more or less. This ir a
property and erv valuable.
uoBiiiNS & Long,
J.i:. 15th, 1801.
which 'shows up 'Quality and Styles almost as well as if you saw the goods
themselves. I guarantee every article just as represented, and if you do uot
lind it so you cau return the goods to me and I will bear the expense both ways
14, ' 11
W. 1 f. WTORTH
State Business Agent
" - Look Out. :i i
Wanted, 100 bushels of onion:setts.
Highest cash pince paid at Euniss' dru
store. - , .
la this city ou the 4th of February,
John Whitehead, infant son of Mr. aud
Mrs. F.: A., Page, aged nearly five moathr .
Read This. '
Be sure and call for a battle of 3 cures.
It has never failed to' cure Dyspepsia,
indigestion and sick headache. I can
give you first class references, in Salis
bury to prove its merit. Fbr sale by J.
II. Enni-s. - ,
I l I !
Db. R. X. Ramsay
S!iirt;rDr: vl's Row, 0??ic2, No. 1,
. 'OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO 5.
SALISBURY, - - - - - - N. C.
I'XTSStlN'O CONTROVERSY ABOUT KISS
ING And now it was settled.
New York .San.
Miss Elizabeth was a peculiar woman,
.-he had a great deal of sv.nse. Not that she
was cKli'erent from other woincu in this
respect, but, she had so much of it that
it buprised many young men.
Oae da young Robinson went to call
on her. Young Robinson was also very
sensible. Her and Mi:js Elizabeth, .-were
well matched. They could. talk together
on any numbcr ofsntjects, and they knew
just when and where to slop, just what
to say and what not to say. On this
particular day there was a long story in
the afternoon papers about a person
known as Jack the Kisser, who bothered
many young women and girls in the
streets bv catching them aud 'kissing
Miss Elizabeth said that she did not
think that a girl could be kissed by ajiy
man unless she wanted him to kiss her.
Robinson said tbat any man could kiss any
wotnan by brute force. Miss Elizabeth
said that that was all nonsense.
I'll tell you wdiat We'll do, r Robinson.
"You a-re certain that a man cannot kiss
a woman unless she is a party to the
kissing, I am certain that a man can.
We, you and I, will try it."
Miss Elizabeth said that she diun t see
any harm in that, so Robinson began to
try to kiss her. Alter several minutes
and trials ho succeeded, and she seeing
that it was useless to combat mm further,
gave in anu let mm kiss nor an ne
When it was all over Miss Elizabeth
had an inspiration.
"Til tell you what we 11 do," said Miss
Elizabeth. "My ifoot slipped that time.
We'll try it pver again."
Almost every man in the country
has had. his say ou the fiaauical
Reasons enough to start and keep
gorhg a half dozen full-fledged panics
liaye-been suggested and remedies
plentiful enough in number tiexcure or
kill every panic that has had a begin in
or ending since the world was created,
h tve been named.
But neither the reasons nor the
remedies -sire iully equal to the dire-
conditions that Jiang like a pall orer the
i , ii -
country. ; it is as useless to arne
about remote causes as it is to discuss
Utopian plans of relief. A condition and
a theory, nor even a combination o
theoretical data, confronts the country
and must l.e met aud disposed of.
It a poor fellow were embedded in
ithe foul depths of a muddy ditch, he
could not listen with any considerable
(legree of equanimity to any finely spun
liieuiy iiwti hi '-,111, u; uieu iy iy mail
on the top of the bank, as to how it
w as that he reached his deplorable con
dition. Following this line of thought the
... I ..I. . . e l .i
people oi. uta cuuuim, wno ieet tne
By ordering from me through photos you save paying the big prices smaller
dtalcrs charge iyou, and your railroad fare to Charlotte. Write me for photos
'cf what vou wanT and I will guarantee to both please and and save you money.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
-The name of every man in
Western North Carolina who
has timber land, improved antV
unimproved, farm lands, town
lots and properties for sale. Wo
must have bottom prices,, full
clear and correct descriptions;
Persons wishing to buy, sell
or rent 'properties will find it to
their interest to writo to or
call on . .
McGUBBINS & REISNER,
SALISIJURY, X. C.
NOTICE TO MTORsl
Having qnalifieil as Admiaistrator.
on the estate of V. A. Poston, decease
ed, all pei-sons having clairtis against,
the estate of my intestate are required
to present them to .mo ba or befor-3
the 20th day of Jannary,1802 or this
notice.will- be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to said
estate are repuested - to make prompt
This 14th of Jan. 18 .
Children Cry fcr Pitcher's, CastoriaT
We hejye entered, in the work of cleaning our tables and
counters of all Winter Clothing, Overcoats
Our great January cleaning
Sale is now in order for 30
daj'S only. We will sell all
Overcoats and Un
Men's suits $20.00 .
giant bauds of an unknown force
;lie,m, dp not care to hear reasons why
theV writhe, what they want is relief
just 4 the than in the ditch would like
t.) put his fett o.i teira firm a before
beiug-consvbd by philosophy he could
.iot itpp relate, or reasoning that did
reaca Lis c. s
A:l J yet Lt..ndi;' ::i the pr-Krence cf
AND SO; ON.
See Av4iat a friend will do. Proclaim it from the house top, publish
it from the highways and byways-and come and see what bargains I am
offering in Clothing aud Un , ' . : -
We prefer to sweep all ouiMvinter goods for cash rather than carry
them)ver. Doit pass th;s by. You can't afford to do iU
1891. Sales must be the largest on record, and with this end iu
view, we propose make sweeping reductions. Is it a suit you want?
a hnviU wJwill he o-lad to fiirure with vou. So como and tako
advantage of our 20 pe: cent, discount, sale-