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gtJBCUIPTION HATES. ' j
pie year in advance , r;?
C'luai ofiive t
Clubs of ten or more
'. ' TERMS STKICTI,Y CASH
-v'jtnten'id aecon!-cJas mall at Salisbury. N. C-
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rk after voujf name snows
If vlhat jour subscrintiou has expired and
is au iiivitatioiLto rtnew. ,
: V j V r A Wholesale Lynching.
f j ; A nuuil?r of Italians charged with
II ti : the mutter of Chief of i'olic llennes-
U syat NOrleans last fall, were tried
If.1? ; vsi tevr days ago.. jThe jury brought -in
a verdict of not guilty. It is said that
the jury w.ns bribed. -;
On' Saturday morning last $9 tue ct
the citizens of the city held an indig
nation meeting. Soon a furious mob
jgatheied and marched to the jailfwhere
the prisoners were still confined, it is
fluppWd for their own safety. Jvteven
of, them were shot and hanged to jtfees.
The reports say that the mob was
composed of the better classof citizens.
'.. Thtre i likely, to be some complica
tion attending the affair. Three of
tfce Italians had not been naturalized
and no doubt the government of Italy
vlll demand a considerable amouut of
money and an apology from this gov-rnrnent.-
Thi act is to be regretted, but fbt
' eigners must not come to this-c'oun try
and kjll who they please and escape
A Namber of Casualties
Yesterday was a bad day for acci
dents. Three men were killed by an
explosion at Pittsburg,-!. An1 old
lnaB was killed hy a train at Raleigh.
There' was a buf lire at New York and
77,j people-- were ' killed, others badly
burned. Mr. -Gladstone had a narrow
escape from death in Knirlaud. But
the most appalling Occident' was the
c'dlision. of the two steamers near
Gibraltar. -Ne'ariv -10Q Italians were
, f Lord Tennyson is sail to have re
ceived $u a word for his last poem.
If the same poem had been sent to all
of the editors of -the country without
i a signature,, it is doubtful whether one
of - them would haye accepted and
, printed it Verily, it pays to ' be fa
fnious. It also pays.to.be notorious.
.ExSenatpr.tluftills recently received a
good roundjsum from a New York
"piper for h, signed article criticizing
o ir niathods of building a navy and
; incidentally giyiug the tail ,of the
j i British Iro a vicidnstwist, which had
' ol ready some months agj been printed
y by another New York paper as a part
r of a loiig interview with Iftgalls.
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v Spfa king, of, politics and the an
i pointment of nine new judges; of the
United States Circuit Court, as pre
sided in the newlaw, Mr. Harrison
V "might find. It-good politics to take one
or morejof them from the tanks of the
Farmers' Alliance. True, there are no
? lawyers in the Alliance; but it doesn't
r ecessarily. follow that there are not
plenty of menvedmpeteut to make good
judges anioug its biembers.j '
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Some envious people are trying tp
I cripple the Crisp speakership boom by
7 charging that gentleman with being a
-prohibitionist. -Let's see, wasn't that
'gentleman called Heed, who has filled
6b much -space inMhe speaker's chair
. and in the newspapers for ji year or
two past, a jrbhibitionist ? Perhaps
this charge may turn out to be a
David B. Hill, whatever his fail
;ings, seems to nave a JofinL. Sulli
' .van sort of confidence in his own
ability asA political knocker out of all
' 'Atcdmer. Not satisfied wilh his en
! igagement, with his Cleveland, the
Heavy-weight, he has invited a contest
with Jones, "he pays the freight,", the
iron-jawed middle-weight. And Dave
is only a bjintam-weight. 7
The agents of; Mr. Darner, who are
t ?n this! country for the purpose of so-
Iiciting compaiga" funds, will findihat
; 1 they HaveTtindertaken a very difficult
task. Contributions of all kinds are
l jisualljrth result of sentiment, charity
i-4pr tp expectaiion of 'future reward,
and noiK' of these are f of obvious rca
sons, on the side of Mr. Parnell.
Tiie preshlential bee is a very lively
insect these early spring days, and its
buzzing wilL grow louder and loader
during the next twelve or fifteen
fiDnths. Woe to the .nien so unor
- Indite as to hear the whirling of its
fcaneful wings. . ! "
. Now that bank wreckers are actu
ally '"eing sept , to p json, just like
other theaves, we may expect to liear.
jf: fewer xlishonest bank failure:;. f
Ci f i j . - - - i - -i . -.. - t
, So the dispute with England over Q
ii ii.nJy n spnl fisheries is to le '
nrliitnited unon the terms laid down by
Mr.Blai-ue; nPrali f..r'-Uncle Sam.
There may not be as much glory in
arbitration ;us in war, but there's, lots
IUQj satisfaction to the people, to say
nothing of fU being cheaper.
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The Australian ballot seem3 to have
become pretty well acclimated ovtr
here, a:;d with care and.a little prun-
i i and irraftin it wi'Lsoon be flour-
tthin" all over the Statys. J
Good news comes from all sections
as to the growth and prosperity of the
Alliance. - S-verul ..States will be Or
ganized this summer.
. , ' e i- i v n.i
legislatures ot Kentucky and
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Mississipri may be
iair:y regaiueu I
rivals of the national 4egislature in 1
The Allianee had a great
at Easton, Md., last week. Speeches
wera made by President Vulk and ilon.
Jerry Simpson. ' ;
fii: v. B. F. iiUTLEii is not altogether
disinterested in predicting war. He
owns the "only '.anting .mill in the
Rain has not fallen in England for
rive vfeeks. It ail fell in this country.
Opinions of th.3 Xres3.
wiiAT promixext journals say in J
REGARD TO THE RECENT NEW
ORLEANS FUSS! LADE.
London, M-ch 1G. The latest ad
vice from liop.vg aim other points n:
Itdv state that the Italian newspaper.-
eominent in the strongest language on
the majsacie of Italians in America.
Various suggestions are made as to
obtaining satisfaction, nearly all unit-
ing, however, in the assertion that tin-
l,ss t;s actio:i is gi vendue itaiwn gov-
ernmeiit snou u nave nominy iu , uo
with.tlio .Chicago Exposition,
slioul 1 withdraw' the promise of
p"rt already given.
TIIE-XiOOI) ITLI.VS3 tavohed it.
Cincinnati, O'nio, March 10. The
better clas ot Italians in this eity arc-
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r ii l i vr A, 1
T t V i IV V7 k III'. 11'. - - . t.iij.., '
int, that the Mafia has long caused re
spectable Italians tq suffer detraction.
Although there are in thiscitv between
4,0'X) and 5jm Italians, but 14 was
raised toward t he fund to be used in de
fend in ir t!iP accused men at New Or
leans.. The crisis of vendetta i
strongly denounced hern by the sons ot
SAN FRANCISCO TAl'IlSi DIFFER.
San Francisco, C il., . March 10.
The Chronicle, commenting on tlu
New Or'eins tragedy, say?: 'Al
though lynch law is to be dep-'o'l, il
vigilant vengence was ever defenMole
it certainly was in the case of the peo
ple of" New (Mean-1."
The Call say.s it mny be that tha
Sicilians should have been found guilty,
but the fact ought to have been clearly
established before "leading - citizens'"
would be justified in taking 4he law
into tneir o tii hands.
-Thc'ExT miner savs the massacre can
not be cefeuded in cold blood. Evey
man accused ot crra; has a right to le
gal trial, but this right is reduced tu
mockiry if that trial ruut have only one
WHAT AN ITALIAN JOURNAL SAYS.
Rome, March 10 Cablegraml.
The Ponolo l;imho. in discussing f W
slirtnfnvtr F Sifiiv,n tm.m-rj ,o tli,.
. . t o
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Mona!, , ,,. P..1,m.
fl-iA f jiiik.ilit Mm A .-. 4- K nH
x. .v,c c.J -.. xn-ljlllil U.
vic iuic3im, ui me .ninei it.iu iniiuui-
lties, and out of regard tor a. siucerelv
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inendly power, Italy has refrained from j
snnilmrr n n iriin d:iil tn tb Mat!, fl
mx imoini j jji.
SELLNG ACQUITTAL! LIKE BALSS OF COT
LONDON, March 10. Th" St.. James
Gazette says, in reference feb the New
Orleans lynching: . ,
"No reasonable nnn can: doubt that
the Ital ians acquitted of HennessyV
death had a guilty knowledge of it, or
tnat r lie verdict was aa infaiuons one. Mr. liliioe ar.d Sir Julian Paunce
whether it was bought for a price, as fort, the British nsinistf-r, !re daily
the lynchers declare, r was brought closeted together arran?int? the details
about by the personal cowardice of the
juror., who feared the revenge of t;ie
Midi. The New Orleans lynching
d credit the people, of the United
Staies,-who pride themselves on being
h Mirewu, uusiness-iiKq people, yet s:t Secretary Foster is exp -cted to re
quietly by while judge -and jury carry turn to Washington this week, and r.
on a tralbc iu the sale of accjuittal. a:
if they were bales of colton. ' '
THE FEELING OF ITALIAN-AMERICANS.
Washington-, March lCMi-Sacerta-y
Blaine to-tlay was in receipt of numer
ous telegrams fion Italian societies and
pn minertt Italians throughout the
country in reg-.rd to th dreadful affair,
.w. wi. .vochw Wp iceung asm
interest 111 the matter, and denounced
tlie killing of their countrymen. -
it is impossible to ar3sst tue lynch-
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NewOrl'sans, March 16. New Or-
l3 tusha3q!iiete.l down t(day, andbe-
c mse f a miserable ram, looks dreary
after the birring events of lastS ,tur-
d-iy. The prison officials say that they
recognized some, of the persons who
were on the inside of the prison, and
h iiameits is uiidatowl, have b en
turnished to the Attorney Ueneral.
.rae lyd.ctments m:iy follow, m a
mattvr of rnrmality but so great a
number of th people wtM-e concerns
i.i.th.' killiug that it will be impossible
to arra.gn them alt. or to secure a con-
vic.101, iu.th .-.jr should be arrested.
U E VY ASHINQTUiN MiTi'Lit
Tlie President's flight to AppoInt-f-Tfce j
Bering Sea Arbitration -0 tier
Kotes by Our Senlar 1
Washington, March 10, lS91.-f Mr
Harrison is still in doubt about hi?
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o v r r o
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v.ousit vuu i..uc juut v,....
btates circuit oun, noiwiiust.i
his Aitoruey-GeneraHias rendered an
elaborate : opinion that he hasi that
right, and that a similar opinion was
hnTen Mr. Cleveland, when he wa.i
president, by Solicitor-General Jik,
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; who stands high as a lawyer. it is
contended by otliers, among rnem
fnar.v eminent lawyers, that the presi- k
dent cannot appoint these, judges tlur-
ri ong.ional, recess, s he
- i ll
only lists the power to nil vacancies,
and these position?, it is maintained,;
are not vacancies, therefore to lilt them
would be waking original appoint
siient. which should only be ; made
with the advice and consent of the
; Senate. v hichev"r way the question
. . ,' -i -ii tV u : . iu n
IS decidea oy iJU. iiariisiin, u:et3 win
bfl no extra session of the Senate
called, as some gentlemen have sug-
-rested. Personally 1 think Mr. Harri
.-on would much preter deterring three
;'PP-'e"?s. n'?:P!?b"l ' :
Ug Illlnt LrlKt; II id tiuic AH nirii:,Liiii; due
AJn Knf. flip nli;ufnf. siinonnr fh
leaders of his party is overwhelmingly
in favor of immediate appointments.
Postmaster-General Wanamaker is
in need of the services ef a shrewd de-
teciive. He is anxious to find the
name and address ot trie iemale goy-
eminent clerk, who rumor says has
been boasting of having Wn a lobby
ist durini? the recent session or con-
"res-!, and of having been tlie princi-
nal instrument used by Jay Gould to
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lihang up in the Mouse committee on
post offices Mr. Wana maker's postal
telegraph scheme. It will be remem-
t;)at tjie committee by a vote of
to five decided against reporting
the bill to the House. If Mrj Wana-
innr discovers this mysterious female
tl)ere is cerain to e one vacanCy ,
u frnrprnnipnt service.
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The usual s:are, incidental to the
close of the long session of Congress,
is now on m the government printing
ffice. 'Every fe.v days a big batch of
employes is discharged, and as this
thing will continue for IseYeral weeks
before the force is reduced sufTp-iently,
.jvery employe in tlie big pnntingshp
is on tna
i i ii
ragged edge, so to speak.
Lilly expecting to receive the
ytllbw envelope, containing the for
mat printed nonce, reading: "ions
services 'are not needed aft.r t his date."
n il mn o i A 'nmiin i ! ! ik.ii'.'ic'
in hankering after government, work.
The preser.ee of Senator Ptfi'jr and
the Kansas Fanners' Alliance Repre
mutative in this ''cMy has lul ; a good
2"ct. The Alliance is; no longer
iooked upon us an orgnniz'tiion to be
!re;;ued by evervlxxiv - not tanners.
These men have convinced the penpb
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uat inev uo imh hmi u ie,voui. iom
Llrdigs, excrpt so lar as it be ipecessarv
o right, certain
htv suffer. To Put it in Hiihtor Pef-
W. '-VVa ..to ..nf ,l.,n.
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;ro)'nii3 in r n ' riirSPiKm1 wo fti lint
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wismio acsirov, iniL 10 mum up, 10
uresere, iu iomci, aim c-peciaiij iu
orotect all men s rights. l nat cer-
ainlv isn't the language of a danger-
l, .,i ,..,u, t,..i- . F . .,.1.
I 'US llliltl, IIIil IitLIM.I lll'lfl .1411.11 'Mil.
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inly tne same ngnis tnat are enjoycu
Y others. '
The Brigadier General of the Dis-
met ot Mmimnia isarionai uuaru lias
run iirr!i5nr. a nrpidnf ml vefn lb.
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issued an order, disbanding two colored
battalhons, because Congress did not
annronnate monev enouoh to nav the
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ifmorv rpn for :i t.hp nrfrani7.af.iAns
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,nd Mr f-b.rrisnn bn .nnfm-mnndl
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I f-Li twA av f jl'ini. flici n-rftii n H.fliijf fLil. ... .. -
udwiuu, ""'"s, i
general had no nglit to draw the color
-l -i I i 1 v -il
'me in reducing the number of organ-
T fL.a ,.;iL
id 1-7 oi iiuui i ijf i 'j nil cu ij tiiav numiui
Air. Biaine nor any other member ot
he cabinet will allow their names to
e ued in the renublic.nn national con
h'pnhn in anthftonism to that of Mr
Harrison, who can, unless some of te
'ongest-headed politicians are at fault,
f he wishes it (and he undoubtedly
I ioesV acrain become the nominee of
j his party.
for the arbitration ff the Behring Sea
dispute, which hns been agreed to bv
the British government. Mr. Blaine
declines to make public anvUiing until
the prelinrin iries have boen'all settled.
good many treasury o5i.i us are in u
state of fear and trepidation. 01
course he will nialy some changes
every new secretary does but I don't
think he will make the clean sweep
that some over-nervous people are pre-
diidinrr If niKri.f I u rrir nnlihps
uni jf'u-nnbl br.Tu Ka wb;,f nnp w,ild
;xp?ct from so 0,& a business man as!
Foster has proved himself to be.
M Frans Leslie appars to have
profited by Henry Stanley's "shrewd
mrthods of advertising. , ihe has an-
nounced her intention to leave iu Ler
will at least 8600,000 for the estal-
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hslanent of m msti.ate for women of
or literary prochvies. Owing
to the fact that Mrs. Leslie is compar-
atively young and apparently healthy
ifc seem to the unprejudiced
rnind that she has postponed her beue-
faction mrjch longer tluin is necessary
n the inelegant but there" lm-
?uae of the street, whatf the matter
wh. spending some of that money ior
tlJ p2ut generation, if it is intended
to hesWatuU? "
Tte Ilodern Tobacco Barn.
TFIE GITEATEST INVENTION tf THE AGE
A HISTORY OP IT AND ITS AD
VANTAGES. It is in history that Sir Walter Raleigh
discovered the uses of tobacco. Wo are
willing that be have the credit. How
ever, Governor Lan?, of Virgin-
la. learueu nir aster ivaiei:ru now tu
i 1 c: lIT.li 1 - i t j.
n ..j u ,... i a 17.
MiJUNC. UUU 11C 1 1J lull) R.1I liCU UG AjiJ-
Noblemen. This was in 1586
t aoo vears a,ro A11 thu lIme
h0bacco has Leen used in every lorm.
Many have made money raising it, oth
ers by selling and others by manufactur-
mg - w one 01 me greai muusincs 01
inis country, j. ue cuuivation, tv.c, gives
lhisfuntry - "
employ men t to
, . .
more than five millions
of noonle in America alono. For a we-
d f neariv 300 vears no marked ad
- ancc was made iu the curing of tobacco.
"Anybody can raise, but few can cure"
vight. A great deal depends on how it
is cured, for there is a vast difference in
' Somehow a genius always appears at
the rfeht time. Columbus discovered
America. Ilaleigh discovered the uses
of tobacco. Snow discovered the proper
plan to cure it. Each of them has been
u utuwauu' l" w
w. H SNOW.
Air. V. 11. bnow is a native ot V er-
Snow is a
moiit. lie came fcoutn and nought a
farm 'near lsijili Point ver.rS ao. In
1877 he raised 45 acres of tobacco. How
to cure it was the question. His neigh
bors said it wpuld require at least filteen
i;irn?. Mr. Snit'.v set his wits to work
and the result will revolutionize tobacco
curing throughout tle .world. He built
one barn 20xi!4 and cured his own tobae
oo and G acres for a neighbor. Ho was
atisfiel that his "modern barn" was a
ood tiling and weal to wji k fjv a pat
The barns to-day are only Gx20 feel,
20 feet hi-h and will cure 20 nens ol
heavy tobacco during the. season. Mr.
Snow has placed o.ie million slicks in
obi fashioned lo b;i,-us and odd 00-) in
'Snow Modern Tobacco liariis." l!c
las more than ."oo testimonials from
lead; ay; tobacco growers tb.rouithout- the
United States. A courpany has been
Juri,u.cl Jln u fu(;;0rv is in .course of ercc-
'aoii at Oxford. Tr.e ciiinnanv has
capital of 250, (M)0 and will in- raised to
joOOKX). 1 he building is 60x200 feit
3ir. t-uow DUi.i one ol ins narns in
Keui uckv l r the pui pose of cxitenmen
I 1 1 ' -
ling with white burly toiuiceo. The r;
sil!t was atotrisiiing. Tobacco that for
uicriy sora at it eenis cu: en i ne o a va
orougni .vj conw. j ne aeinanu is uoav
foU1" liuus as gr:;cat as it was last season.
iooacco qureu in me .uouern raru ' is
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I "ii ipvuii vui nit ; tn v auu iitt i i iu l ilv
.arn in baskets, leaving the stalks in the
hield. The color is better, it is heavier
and the oil is not destroyed as in the old
I . i ,.
1 As liiousauds oi our larnicrs are going
,nto t,e cultivation of tobacco -and iome
of them have had but little experience
in curing it and the Lest way, we will
. !-:.. .i: . I . ... . .1 ..e
nine d uii. i uisu.mu.i. usLeau ui cat
. i 1 1 . ! ... i ...
M"S UP lIle "p.i ni g u aim pulling
f Ktlf.V Villi SlUn t w. f.-l-l
the stalk. 1 liese hiicKS are Sai.i and
the space required amounts to nothing.
Each stick holds six sid l wires, 9 inch s
long aiut about G inches apart, making in
all some yaou v ires, j.acn wire has two
joints and henco there arc 18,7:20 wire
points. 1 hose wire points are for hold
ing the tobacco leaves, w liieh are stripped
from the stalk and stuck on six to each
noiut. the wire being pushed through the
stem, bo we see by a .utile calculation
that the barn of the above size will hold
112,320 tobacco leaves when full, or
about 4000 pounds oflleaf when cured,
equaL to the rk done by 801 iff ordinal y
In this Modern Rani; all tlie curing is
done at lbo degrees exit re in e heat. This
is about the highest to which the mer
cury runs on a hot day when exposed to
the sun; hence We gel i:i this barn all
the advantages of the sun cure with the
color of the Hue cure, 'the barn is so
constructed that there is a strong current
of-air passing thorough the tolaeeo,whicli
causes a rapid evaporation, and ieaes it
with the essential oils aud wax unim
paired by heat.
This barn is certainly superior to any
thing yet. introduced lor curing tobacco.
Instead of a man building from o to 10
barns for an ordinary crop, one of the
Modern is sufficient. In ihe saving ol
wood there is almost enough saved in
one year to piy for a whole new oufit.
Our farmers can afford to tear down-their
Old barns and buy Snow's, and lind that
the s.ivinyr in labor and wood alone
will pay for the charge, to .say nothing
of the gain in the quality of the tobacco.
And th.s g un in quality is clainieu
to be t h ' cief ad1tntai:e. It is held
that the reat bulk of nicotine lies in
the stalk, and by taking off the leaves
and curing them eperate from the stalk
you uet tobacco almost tntirelv free
from nicotiue. Mr. bnow is proving this
every day by inauufactirrirt;rthe leaf cured
i.i his barn li.to smoking tonacco, winch
when used is found to bo free from all
poisonous qualities. It seeais natural
that tobacco shouul be cured separate
. ,;a ,
from the stalk and a it ripens,
what ihe Moderu Barn does
leaves begin to ripen early in the' season
ihey are plucked tioai the sia'.k aud
cirred. Tuis is kept up until ihe leaves
ale tuiceu oil lue lop, and the old stalk 1
left stanci 1 in the field to fertilize tne
Iiireadilv seen that the different
graues of tobaceo are alreauy separated
iwhen the curing i, djiie-no :n-ji-c - o.u4
pinpr or assorting. More than live times as
much tobacco eau be cured in a barn
36x20 at one time as can be in a barn of
the arae size, is done, twenty-four hours
;uicKer, ana trie tobacco will bring much
better prices, lou can take the leaves
that ripen early from the stalk and the
primings, which are generally lost, will
grow on aua ripen.
The cost of a modern tobacco barn is,
of course, a little caore than the old
fashioned one. "But-those who know say
that the difference in time, fuel and price
of.tobacco will more than pay difference
in cost the lirst season.
Mr Snow is manufacturing two grades
of smoking tobacco cured and dried by
the new process. The brands are mak
ing" headway rapidly. We think all
our people who expect to raise tobacco
should examine into the merits of this
new process new to riianv but a plan
that has leer, tried to the satisfaction of
all. It is no labor saving concern, but is
money saving and the best known plan
to put tobacco hi readiness for market,
and this is what our tobacco raisers want
What Edison has been as an electrician
Snow has been as an inventor iu his line.
THE TIMES SAYS IT IS SO.
jlr. Wash Harris, of Kockv Kiver, is
very sick with grip.
Dr. L. S. Flow has moved iuto his new
oQice in Mt. Picasaut.
The editor of the Times wants to buy
about o7 good ceuar posts, size 3Jx4, at
The fruit is doubtlessly hurt consider
ably bv the freeze, but not enough to
cause a total failure iu the crop.
Owing to the heavy inflow of water
and the scarcity of wood, operations at
the lteed mine have been suspended.
Mr. ILD. H-arwood, a teacher of Stan
ly, left here Wednesday morning for
Winston, where he will engage in busi
The remains of Mrs. Nancy Cates, who
died here last Friday, were interred at
Providence church, (Jraham, which wa
her old homo.
Miss S. Y. Stryker, one of the princi
pals of V tide Hall school left Tuesday
evening tor rsev Jersey, fche will re
main several mouths.
A wise merchant is never content to
stand still. Stagnation is death in trade
as in other things. New customers
should be sought after all the time
There is only way to get them, Adver
Every year Mr. J. S. Harris, of -Poplar
Tent, gives a good suit of clothes to the
two-horse farmer who raises the inos
cotton. Last vear Mr. 1). W. McCom
mons made the braj; crop and Mr. Hai
lis brought him to towu Tuesdr.y and
gave linn a good suit ol clothes.
last weeK Air. iviomoe liowell nud
Press Hough, of No. 10, were haulin
two uaies ot cotton nome irom tue gm
Oac bale of the cotton fell oil and the
men drove several huudie'd vards before
they discove-Ted t lie loss. When they
went back thev fouiul rtie cotton abi
half covered witli mud. Hough, who i
eignle-en yeais old, put tr.e cot.on on th
agon i.y nimseil.
rilE DISPATCH T1.LI.H SOilE INTERE.-3TIN
The ariivrd tf a girl kal y
;laddeus the heait of Mr. L. t
m. ir. pinni-s, i:v
.luiiding a t'e .v small
iiouses l ri
lhcre is much a den. aiid he:e fer'such
-On last Thursilav, Mr. G. Vv. Charles
and Miss K. C Lulrd were married i v
C. A. l)avis, Est!. ,'at his residciiCe in Ao-
bults Creek township.
It appears that tiiegoveiir.iie-it wr.nts
to lind owners for certain distillery lix-
tures and di-til!ed bp.irils seied by dep
uty C j'.lectt r Buila for violation of the
Mr. Crocker, chief engineer of the
Itoanuke and Soutliern Pailroad was in
the liivt of the week. His visit is sup
posed to be preliminary to the survey
that wiil be made shortly.
Thoiv.asville expects to liave a railroad
from Saleiu to Wadesboro. Air. J. T. Cra
mer h.is been in New York seveia' weeks
in tlie inlerot of the- road, and he in
forms tlie people at home that the money
;o build the road will be secured.
THE STANLY OUSKRYER HAS MADE
Seed Irish potatoes are priced this
spring per bushel, we heal-.
Mr. W. II. Hcarue has been confined
to bis room for a week or longer on ac
count of his eyes.
m T T 1 I .A
1 wo men, Jtieims ny name, irom me
western part of Stauiy, were put in ja 1
ast bunday uigbl on the charge of
Mrs. Joseph Tickler, of Albemarle
township, brought a beet, one of her
own raiding, to towji last Saturday that
wemhed 10 pounds. Kegister W. T
lluckabee bought it.
Mr Littmau, of the large dry jrooda
hriP, Lit man & Liehtenstein, Salisbury,
xS.C, was here Wednesday with the
view of putting a st ck ot goods in Al
beiuarie. Hope ihe firm or branch of it
will ueciac to come.
THE ENOL"I?.Kn HAS REGISTER EU
The Union county Sunday School Con
vention will meet in Monroe next balur
dav. Every Sunday School in thecountv
is earne-t'y .e piesU vl to send delegates
Monroe Hiii School opened Monday
norning in (Amviugton Hall with about
an 01 me lormer siuaenis. iteiimous-
it . ! . . . 1 . . 1
services were conducted by Rev. G. W
As was some time ego stated, a crowd
of men, we do not know who, went to
; lie house ot Mac Helms and made cer
tain demands and threats. Several parties
have been arrested, but it turns out that
some cf those who are under arrest are
highly respected citizens and public sen
timent say's there, is a mistake, as to tie
p u ties wno ::iv arrested.
Mr. Herbert Rhodes, who was badlv
:S -burned about the face, neck aud arms,
while making. his escape from the College
building last Thursday morning, left r
his home at Darlington, S. C, Monday
uight. His brother came up audreinaiif
td with him until it was though
safe to remove him. Although suiTering
greatly, it is though Mr. Rhodes will it
-.1 Unildrsn Ury tor ritchers Oastona
.:y Eockwell Items.
Kockwell is becoming to be quite a ,
l usinesH place. Mr. J. wv 1'eeier, me
agent, 'ii a veiy active aiia competent
Several car loads of fertilizers have
teen 'unloaded here this spring. Lots of
bay and foddier have been shipped from
Peeler Alliance No. 1342 have erected
store here and will be ready for goods
in a few days. This is the first store at
tockwell. This store will ne conuuciea
by directors, which have already been
elected by the stockholders of Peeler Al-
lance, viz: a. II. Plott, l'resuient; j. 1j.
I. Fisher, Secretary; J. A. Miller, Treas
A few nights ago a rogue broke into
the house of Mr. CrA. Fisher and stole a
number of pies and cakes.
Messrs. Peacock and liarner s memory
wood Sawers are still at work in our
Mr. A. L. Lverly'is prepariag to buiid
a new house goon.
J. L. II. Fisher.
March IS, 1891. -
Congressman Oates has found sorue
hing else besides th 2 sub-treasury bill
that is unconstitutional. He had bet-
er examine the record and see if he
has not been on the other side.- It is
always best to be safe. National
Economist. - :
ti vis u
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in 'leavening strength.
U. S. Government report, Aug 17, lSS'J.
Livery, Sale S Fsed Stable !
Salisbury, N. C.
ON SIIOET NOTICE.
COMMEHCiAL TII WELKINS f'AIJ
IJ1E!) TO ALE .l;OT i S. EOIl.-F.rt
FED AND GIi(,xMi:i) AT P.EASOX
Ali.EE IIA'I ES. CALL AND 8 EE ME.
m . H i
Sr.- H . Ti
1- r f- .
in as1 m
V ' - -
WE ARE PLEASING THEM ALL.
Will all find just what you are
or birtlulav sift.
IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Our low prices make these
A LIFE TIME.
Warrantsd 25 Yegrr!
KOT HALF t's.Q COSTcf
half through the back at
points exposed to wear,
as shown by cut :
THEH PUTEO EKTIHE.
Cuararrtaod to contain
more silver and are more j
durable than any plated
or LIGHT sterling Silver
KACZ ONLY EY
i"Y T flJIfc llll Wl
Wc invite you all and will be glad to serve you
to our best ability.
; VERY RESPECTFULLY. -
KLDTTZ'S DRUG ETOKE
On January 1st,
189 1 ,we will move
into our new store
opposite our old
stand, where we
want to -meet all
the good people of
Bo wan Oo. We
will give you more
goods for the same
money than ever
S. Julian & Co.
looking for to make a holitfav
AX I) NOVELTIES.
beautiful goods' all laraius. .
Call and examine our line 01
Ware; we never before 'have had
such a mamoth stock of this line,
And we call your special atten
tion to our line of. silver inlaid
ppoohs and forks.
Everybody is delighted with
ouriioliday display. You want
to see it. ' '
PLENTY OP VAEIETY,
I 1T1 Q Vp ftp
H. B3isner & Bro.