i J .'"rv-.. . - ' "
- ! 1
J. W. McKENZIE, Edr and"Prop,rf
me Tear in advance .-- - - - - -
jmx mo n ms
Three months -
;; it,,T!l as second-;! n m Ul i Salisbury, N. C.
TIIUUSDAY, November 23, 893.
! A. I
Tif,r 4ii ! aro iii;i exiiniw J"
iliH WoriaVF.il- have won 124 medals j
!1(nd awards, ana eveim K!r .
t to bjj hnltrom. lw jut
come or six ;iew icw. .
;n follow: To Col. Wharton J. ureen
for liis wid -ly known "Tokay" wines,
for lus wid -ly known lOKay
io J. K. Hovt, Luther. Huncombe
ipunty, for lii:"En-a line" wines, to
AMXZrn"Z L of
KWfc to Macon by
T?Tl:iVe fHtroonsidcralile interest in I
V . - . . , I
the result ji lriu wi, am.
.. u- . ...J i.,.n,-,0
.1.. c ..t "ho vnto iir KIT-
Pruor win uecanvjisseu wutii n.c
ature - rnei'ts, Uut . tnat .mr auui
i i a i .r 1 1. ii
. . i- i I 1, I
I... .w..r biunvn I liPI'P lielflL? I
(ijeuei... y -
nlu rnuntiftt vet to near lroiu.l
ies mting, 128.25L The Populist
vntP is 78.430. and the Probibitiomst
.candidate g4t 6,634. The total vote is
fibout 218.000, a falling off in the total
, w j 11 I
ri.... i' l?;,..5:tl
Chronicle, the highest authority in the
nntrv in such matters, says in its is-
11113 VlUtllUICJV'.ill ...i....-.
... G..iow ln.t l.-t h.il
.-:,if 9nna lw mnkinrf
ji uauiuuj '.r'3w "
.V i ' v ii v i w .j- fr'K vv O I
'toward the revival of our industries-
i...UF.Fim. ,nnfi1111M ftir.,rM
us tou Id be expected." And closing a
lerigthy Teview, in detail, of the busi-
ness situation, it says "the results for
he month prove on' the whole to have
been quite encouraging." The coun-
trv did not sink into the ho. in which
i t j :,..u
it' nan laieij luuuu liseu, ui si utj, uwi i
km it in reason be exnected to extri-
cate itself u. a dav. but confidence is
'.returniiiLr Ivas. in fact, returned and
aizradual revival of business mav be
Jooketl tor with some confidence. The
VuiscouraLnuL-faetureinthe South is the
.verv low- price of cottoir, the result,
n-st iarg -iv, of another immense crop,
N:u i'niaMi ho.v irfeat the redundaucv
ot 'money or the nrosneritv of people of
other classes, the cotton farmers can
- .never set a just profit on the crop so
Jong as they rais. more of it than the
.world furnishes a demand for
A fourth great'! un iiel K to be put
jnuderfhe A'ps, this time at the Sim
plon pas. Evt rin.ce the time of the
first NajKileon tourists hii.ye traveledby
diligence over the great military road
which he Iniilt over the Alps at that
point md have duly adnired the en
gineering genius of the military con
queror. But now the greatest gene
ral of the world is to be Ixrought to
naught by. the simple, quiet s.tudy and
,experinieiitiug of men who never plmi
,n d a latt)e and could not do it if they
w mted t. Tiie-jiew railway tunnel
w ill convey trains directly beneath
Napoleon's road over the Simplon pass
Tin oltl fashioned diligence and stage
riding has been hunted down to its
last refug. Travelers will cross the
Simplon by g;ing under instead of
over it, less picturesquely but more com
iortahly aud speedily. The pictures
flue diligence will, huwever, continue
to c.irry tourists across tie mountain
for five years yet, at the end of which
time the fiinnel will be completed. It
jvill be 12'miTeii. long and will cost
, 10,OQQ,COO. ,
-The Washington ;o-rpondent of the
Richmond Dispatch hays that it will be
refreshing news to1 the aspirants and oth
ers in Virginia and North Carolina to
Jiear that the Presjdeit, according to a
piece of information obtained here today,
has determined that during next month
vbolesaje removals of presidential post
jinasters will be made. Mr. Cleveland, it
said, has reached the conclusion that
' his administration is to be made a sue-
; Bess from a strictly Democratic point of
yiew he will ueed the aid of the Demo
cratic Senators and Representatives to
parry out hii leading policies, and there
'has been no end of discontent in the
States, and particularly in South because
jthe department hasbeen so slowinchang
pag the postmasters. Iq the South more
fhau any other poiliou of the country, it
is essential to the busiuess interests that
the post-offices should be run by compe
tent men, but under the slow process of
the past six months not only are Repub
licans holding on, but in some instances
i j. -
illiterate and ohjectionabie negroes are
jn charge of the offices. It is undeistood
1 hat just as soon as the annual reports
- and messnge are finished the department
- .will Ih instructed - to go ahead rapidly
with the decapitations. If this policy is
Can -icd'ohi there will be new postmasters
: fMroiuj, Norfolk, Lynchburg, Alex-
-4)anvilje. Tetersburg, y inches-
adon, Wytlieville. and a number
of the more important towus and cities
u yiigiuia. '
Jl.t of .V,,ruiists. rallied ..H lh,dJnrtdothk ngMJfa. U.i:ed States
heir strength, was 50,000 lens than talking. A man cannot be a good 6 J. ' . .
tire DenioSic: Th-re wnhopnfor juror who would decide upon his ver- fuyje- 1 heir hopes are principally
Marion Butler and his followers,-- - ua lllo fMe;monv flf np based on a coalition of the Populist and
From our KejruUr correspondent.
The fool-killerought to have been
in Washington'thM week. He might
nave worked twenty-four hours every
luv without completing his job. Al-
I tn Hawaii and
inoujjii hjcc ii ,
n nossible wnv that any news coma
have been reached from there since
that which reached here by jtelegraph
from San Francisco on Holiday, and
that -which came to the State depart
ment from Minister Willis has not
m . f 1 l -. twW
lieen made pauiic, me
fuij 0f stories giving details of what
ha(j or hfUj not d0rje mere, i nev
- alikemere guesswork, and a
. . ... . miM,
niapiij w wu n.B -..--r-
es. No one in Washington knows toa
es. o one in iiiuumi,"
certainty whether the provisional g
ernmejt of Hawaii hu3 retired in fa
theQuen who was, last January,
.he action of Minister Stevens in
ordering a force of U.S. marines
I ashore, bulldozed into abdicating m fa-
r" " '
, . , . , . . the com
uouutiess maKe u Ku iu.
. i . 4i. u.'iii ui ui
... . i I eu
i- t..,A A nuJ innnvl
very uear to uie Am."- 6" J t-
... , .a u..te ,.i-tA u
the saying gs, when reta y Gresh-
am s report recomnieuuiug hm .uc
wrong done by Minister Stevens should
to rifbled by th present aduiinistra-
r - ll&U v J "
L:tp. Wd. Onlv one witness
L.K. Unt in this Hawaiian busi-
..i.o w. ...
ness yet. When all the evidence which
is in the possession of the administra-
imS sl.nll ihvi been made Dubl c. as t
Ull will b in due time, no democrat
...v... w.... r ,
' - I
will have any reason to blush for the
rdii..t of the necnle. hut some reoubli-
cans who have been prominent may
blush for shame, if they have not for
President Cleveland must feel like
asking himself sometimes; whether a
oian forfeits all the rights he is sun-
t i .: ... u.. urt i,
yuocu to iite s ritiAcii nucu uc uc- i . -
conies President. .When he does n)tPtcr;''s in North Carolina liaa un
advertise his intentions
in tlie new.nanprs he. is Rinsed of sur-
rounding himself with mvsterv. Be.
cause the uewsoaners were not inform-
ed before hand that the familv of the
President was to move this week from
their suburban residence to the White
Houe that sin.tde domestic event was
heralded to the coun trv as a sudden
and mysterious chance of plans on the
part of the President, and a lot of fool-
reasons iiven to account for it. After
Iseeing his family settled in the White
House the President committed the
heinous crime of going to New York
in comnanv with Seeivtarv Laniont to
attend to some pressing private busi
n- ivithmif tMlnc tho naivinoiuir
m..n oluMit it Aa a.. u l,v tnA
he was gone they made the wires hot
with stories about his having gone to
New York for the purpose of having a
dangerous surgical ODeration perform-
led, etc. Now, could anything have
Ijeen more absurd? How probable it
seems that a man haMiiff two com-
fortable homes in Washington where
he.cpu!.d haye the constant attention
of a loving wife would prefer to go to
New York for, a surgeon, if he had
need of one, instead of having the sir-
eon come to him at his home. Presi-
dent Cleveland is bick at his desk and I
there is nothing tire matter with him.
except that he believes he has the right I
to regulate his private affiirs to suit I
himself, but some people seem to think
that a serious complaint.
It is now considered probable that
the new tariff bill wirhbe completed in
about ten days. There is a possibility
however, that it may not be made pub
lic until after Congress meets, as there
is quite a strong feeling among demo
cratic members of the House that it
will save time, not to mention annoy
ance and bickerings, to have the new
bill submitted t) and approved by a
democratic caucus before it is reported
to the House. Those who take this
view of the matter argue that it will
not be good pontics to have democrats
fighting for changes in the bill on the
floor of the House, and that if changes
are to be made or asked for it should
alF be done in caucus. This appears to
be good logic, but there are a number
of prominent democrats who are op
posed to caucusing n the bill. Il
strikes your correspondent that the
democratic party would be the gainer
if its representatives in both the House
and the Senate would caucus upon ev
ery importaut measure that is to come
before Congress. There never was a
time when the necessity was greater
for presenting a solid front to the
enemy; there was too much guerrilla
fighting at the extra session for the
good of the party. .
Owing to the time of Jhe president
being taken .up with his message to
Congress and that of- the .members of
the cabinet with their annual leports
there will probably be very few appoint
ments made until after Congress
NORTH CAROLINA POLITICS.
Viewed . frcia a Republican Stand
The Raleigh correspondent of the
Washington Post gives that paper the
following on North Carolina polities:
There is a nice Democratic kettle of
fish a simmering in North Carolina.
and unless some pacific measures are
sneedilv taken to. prevent it the
chances are that the simmering will de-
1 U I. .illnn liotlt. u (! liVVf-
,e,oP ; ... f
!Iirow trie Keiiie uacu a - v.-
There are now two distinct aud wel -
defined elements of the Democracy in
this Stale, outride of the Alliance Pop
ulists. O.ift is in part, and it may be
said chiefly represented by Senator M.
W. Etansom, an administration anti-
free silver Democrat ;the other iy &en
ator Z. B. Vance, anti-Cleveland free
silver Democrat. Both elements agree,
however, on a low tariff and favor a
revision of the present tariff laws.
Senator Ransom and his adherents
do not "staud in with the Alliance
element indeed, tiw-v have not court
, . i.;u !..,- Vn.'- ua
Its i.aui, ii i it K-w;itw a
n 0 M M;!VWP nilPa;(n
has been officially indorsed by the
's , , . . fMir;
.The Popnlisto hope to elect Marl-
Butler, late president of the North
KepWcan members to be elected next
Nove,uber - They rwunt to the case
ne BfiV3 i 7 V
i?'3; defeated Senator ance
,ur UIC wuur' n""u"" ll,c m"cl
receiveu tne nnuuiiauuu o! te xvc.u-
, . ,. ll 1
. J 111. -1
"- ;y , " . .
dse Ciin' 111 the,r opinion, be adcuiuis-
tered to Senator Ransom.
Gen. Ransom, however, is one of the
shrewdest politicians in this uountrv.
and st far all attempts to supplant him
in the Senate have signally failed. He
has been four times elected to that
Mmce, ana wimi ine maioruv or tne
oubtedly given satisfaction. In the
ra itter of curing the appointment of
North Carolinians to positions of trust
under the government he has eeci-
M1? len successful
At Pre!iei,t ihe Republicans, like
Brer Iillbbit' are laiu' low sl,ui 8a3'iu
,litle' W,th tbe P'nose in view o
obtainin- a representative strtemeu
for tl,e Post of wh,lt tbe Republican
hiuk of ihii internecine strife in the
Democratic ranks, your representative
Wii,teu ou ex-umgresman j.din INich
P,y wl, has n,ore Uiau onCH iisk
ea 10 ,,GCePD liie 'PuWcan guhrrna
ii i 1 1 ? it- .
torial nomination, Mr. Aieh-ds saW :
"It mut be remembered that tl e
ijegisiature to ue eiecfeu in jyji Wll
T . 1 i il lil - . nn i .
nave to name tne successor to benato
twn,111' ana 1,1811 elected in w
06 cal,eii "P ,n to name the successor
or Senator Vance. All or this wil
,,avt' 10 ie one during Mr. Llevel.ind :
tftrm of omce- "nsom, would, o
course, like to succeed Ilansom, and s
would one 1 nomas J. Jam-, an ex
Governor of this btate. Vance know
of 1,0 0l,e hetter suited to succetd Vance
than ance, but tongressiuan Hender-
pon, of the Seventh district, thinks
otherwise. It would not do for Hen
derson to aspire to succeed Ransom, be
cause that would give both Senators to
yhe west, but. it would be eminent!)
proper tor Jar vis to do so, as that
would keep the ea-t and west evenly
From the many persistent and ur
gent appeals made by the majority
of the State papers to its delinquent
subscribers, we are led to believe that
he credit system in the newspaper
business, is getting frombad to worse. If
hose papers whichare now actually be;
ging fortheir justdueihad followed tin-
example ot the Headlulht, this state ol
affairs would not exist. Just as Ion'
as the brethem will stick to that ruin
ous credit system and will accept any-
hing and everything that comes alone
in the shape of an advert istuent, news
paper business in North Carolina will
remain on a low ebb. ftMl vim
Then an Aunt I&n Uncle.
ii mis were instead of 1893
sanitiit1 v.r..ift-o iw. I t t-
-r Kimiina tne uournai, 1 resi-
dt nt Harrison would have neen re-elected
President of the United States. A
a corollary to this proposition, it may
Hp Kt:lturl 'tl.nf : 1 I 1 I
vu ii your aunt nad onlv
been a mau, she would have been your
Many people suffer for years from troubl
some aud repulsive sores, boil and eruption
without every testing the marvel curative
properties of AyerU Sarsaparilla. The experi
ment is certainly, worth trying. Be?ure you
get Ayer s Sarsnpanlla and no other.
Phjlq-na qry for Pitoher's CtcrK
New York, Nov. 1 8. Rev. Pr. Chas.
F. Deems died here to-night at 9-55
The karat, used in estimating the
weight of gems is a grain of Indian
Gen. Gordon announces that the
postponed reunion of Con federate Vet
erans at BirminghaTi, Ah., will take
place April 25th and 20lh, 1894.
Th World', F,ir fa -till op,n, and
the paid admissions number about two
thousand u day.
It is" said that the physicians who
have examined Penderast, Carter Har
rison's ass-.ssin, find th.it he is respon
sible for his acts.
It has been decided that the main
building of the World's Fair shall stand
through the summer of 1894.
Governor Turney has offered a re
ward ol $500 for the arrest and convic
tion of the parties who recently lynch
ed four negroes in the vicinity of Lvnch
burg, Moore county Tennes-ee.
Memphis, Nov. 11. A head end
collision' occurred yesterday morning
near n.iruen ton, mis.. on me xazoo
rt !... r- .i xr
md Mississippi Vulle railroad. Both
engines and seventeen cars were wreck
ed and Braknien Sam Parker instaiit-
The Charlotte Observer says that
tst Sunday !i,50O anarchists gathered
at the graves of the anarchists who were
re hanged for participation in the Hay-
market riot in Chicago, and speakers
auded the bomb throwers aud Gov.
Altgeld, denounced the "minions of the
law,"and preached the gospel of anar
chy. Yes this is the laud of the free. J
Aren't we just a s-hade too free.
It is said that there are now th re-
thousand tramps on the road from
California eastward by the Southern
route, which is a ple isanter route to
tramp at this season than the Northern
one. iney organize in gangs ot JUU
or 150, ami when a freight train comes
fPI A 4 j-v
along coolly take possession of it and
Biluiingham, Ala., Nov. 10. At an
early hour this morning the convicts
employed in the Pratt Mines nrar tliis
city, saturated the bath house with coal
oil aul set it on fire in an eff-irt to es
cape. The white convicts were asleep
in the building. One was rescued in a
badly injured condition. Two others,
Joseph Mills a id Frank Monday, were
burned to a crisp. Tlie guards pre
vented an escape and extinguished ti e
flames wilh a slight damage to the
Richmond, Va. Nov. 17, The body
of a man supposed to be that of V. H.
Simpson, or Harris, was found in the
nv-r here today. There were no
marks of violence upon his person. Tiu
in in has leeii mis-ing since
the 3rd of the month. He h .d
only been in the city about a month
and it is believed he came from York,
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 21. Is
aac Bates, late-president, and Win. T.
Smith, late cashier, of the Bank ol
New Hanover, were arrested today on
indictments found by the judg? of li e
Criminal Court, charging Ihem with
certifying falsely to the statements of
the condition of the bank made to the
State Treasurer. Thev nromiitlv irave
bond in I he sum of 2,(K)0 e;u h, with
S ir-ties wln.se estimated edth is at
east oi '0,000. 1 heir friends enter
tain no suspicion that they have been
uilty of any intentional wrong, ami
confidently claim that the charge can
not be sustained.
Fraxklijt, N. C, November
There was a sensational tragedy hero
todey in which a prominent young
man lost his life. Charles WaUon,
agu'd nineteen, the representative of
an bid and wealthy family, was shot
jjjd almost instantly killed ky John
R. Roberts, a prominent dry goods
merchant who ia several years older.
There had been bad blood between
the parties for some time, due to
Watson's alleged intimacy with Mrs.
'Why is he so Irritable.
This question is often heard and nearly
:is often unanswered.
It is not always remembered, as it
should be, that the occhs:ou of ill-temper
and irritability Is ttfleti to be found in
i he physicial conditon of the jpersona ui
fected. What is the use of trying to
"harmonize" a man whose liver has gone
back on him? If a man is tortured with
rheumatism, how can he be expected to be
affable ami agreeable? Can a confirmed
dyspeptic be' expected to be cheerful and
always ready to tell a funny story? Ihe
only "way to remove the difficulty is to
etat the cau.se. Dyspepsia, rheumatism
impure blood and liver trouble yieJd to
Hood's Sarsaparilhi: this is why it is an
Elective tranquilizer, a peaceful me-en-ger,
aud a preventive of dciutstsc quar
For Malaria, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestion,uss
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
There is nothing so sweet as a duty
and all the best pleasures of life come
I in the wake of duties done.
JZr. George Smith
What Mr. Smith Think H
Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla
A Had Sliakespeare llTcd here and suffered as
I have, I think he would have said. Throw
away all medlchio except Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. As an Englishman, coming to tlila
climate, I have felt the heat very much. In
the spring I felt as If I had all the care and
anxiety of America ou my mind. I pot one
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and after I had
taken it I felt as If I could undertake
The Presidents Duties,
tast month I had a return or prickly heat; it
seemed impossible to stand up or lie down
without almost tearine myself to pieces. I
then cot one more bottle aud It has not only
cured the heat but I bellevo it put my blood
in good condition. I advise all to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla in the spring and falL"
Geokgb mitu, Uvalde, Texas.
Hood's Pills euro Nausea, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, Biliousness. Sold by all druggists.
CEMRAL SOUTHERN SEWS.
Jackson, Miss., November IS. The
federal grand jury has found to date
12$ Indictments, 200 of which are for
Jasi'kr. Ai.a., Kovember IS. T. L.
Lon ol this city, today announces
himself for tho democratic nomination
for congress in this, the sixth eon
grossional district, against Congress
man Iiankhcad. Long is a gold stand
Kxoxtuxk, Texn, November 14. At
S o'clock this morning Ida Hale com
mitted suicide in a house of ill-fame
in this citv. She came from Atlanta
two months ago. She was about
twent3'-two j-ears old ami quite pret
ty. No cause has been ascribed for
Nashville, Texx., November 17. At
Westsidc park yesterday .Julian P.
Bliss broke the oue-h-undivd j-ard
standing start bicyele record by mak
ing the distance in 8 4-5, and the one
eighth mile standing start record by
going it in 16 4-5. Other attempts will
be made tomorrow.
Key West, Fla., November 20. The
United States fcourt has decided that
the McKay pilotage law, passed at the
lust session of the legislature, is un
eonslitutinal and void. This ends the
great fight against the pilots of Flor
ida, and is claimed to be a victory for
the pilots and the people.
Colombia, S. C, November 13. Bur
rell Mills, a man sixty years of age,
working in the state dispensary, fell
from the elevator opening this even
ing and struck the concrete floor in
cellar. He was rendered unconscious
and is thought to be seriously injured.
He was sent to the hospital for treat
ment. Columbia, S. C, November 15. There
are thrcatsof serious trouble at a place
five miles north of here on the South
bound road. Several days ago some
constables attempted to arrest r. negvo
named George Stivender. He shot one
of them and escaped. He has been Ale
fying arrest and is being backed: by
the negroes in the neighborhood.
Stivender says he will kill any man
who attempts to arrest him. He is de
fended by his three brothers. Tho
sheriff of Orangeburg has gone after
Columbia, S. C, November 13. The
report of the trustees of Clem son Col
lege shows that the institution opened
In July last with 444 students. There
are now present 425 and 525 more are
enrolled as applicants for admission in
February. Many will hs refused on
account of the lack of room. The total
expenso per head for' ten months is
5104. Two hundred and fiftj'-nine stu
dents are pursuing the agricultural
oourse, and 115 the mechanical. Th
state has paid by direct taxation for
the school $68,000.
Gadsdes, Ala., November 17. The
large gin of A. T. Hopper, near Wal
nut Orove, Etowah county, was de
stroyed by fire last night, together
with a lot of cotton. George P.
taither is a heavy looser, having
several bales of cotton at the gin.
The origin of the fire is not known,
butJt is supposed to have caugrt from
a match in the lint room. The entiro
plant, bogeher with about thirty
bales of cotton, is a total loss, which
will reach about three thousand dol
lars with no Insurance.
Columbia, S. (X, November 18. Gov
ernor Tillman today appointed the
following delegates to tho farmers'
national convention, to be held in
Savannah, December 13: Delegates at
large, J. William Stokes, Orangeburg,
S.C.; W. D. Evans. Marboro, S. C.;! first
district, E. R. Walter, Orangeburg, S
C. : second district, R. B. Watson
Edgefield, S. C; third district, J. S.
Newman, Clem-son college; fourth
district, J. D. M. Shaw, Laurens, S. C;
fifth district, T. J. Cunningham, Ches
ter, 8. C; sixth district, J. S, Ca'ntey,
Camdem, seventh district, H. R.
Sakdkrstille, Oa., November 15.
James Bailey shot and killed Julian
Gonder on the plantation of George
tlilmore, seven miles north of Sanders
vllle, Saturday night. Both were
colored. Bailey had given a negro
woman 810 to change. Gonder was in
the tenant houje, but soon left, after
which the inonej' was missed. Gonder
was followed to another tenant house,
and inquiry was being made for the
money, when he disclaimed any
knowledge of it," and threatened any
one who would accuse him of stealing
it. Bailey and the negro woman both
told Gonder that they did not accuse
any one, but that the money was gone.
Gonder became angry and drew his
pistol. Bailey ran out of the door and
tionder fired and rnssed him. Bailey
turned and shot Gonder, killing him.
Coroner Lowe held an inquest over
the dead bodv, and after examining
the witnesses to the tragedy the jury
returned a verdict that Bailey had
killed Uouder in beif-defensa.
WEBB, NICHOLSON & RABP
Salisbury Marble Works.
- LARGE VAKIETY OF SIAEELE ON HAND TO SELECT FKo
DE. E03T. I. It A MS AY
fi-OISoe hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. W. W. McKENHE
Offpra his nrofe jional services to the
citizens of Salisbury and surrounding
wmmunitv He am l6 IOUI1U at His
oftice up stairs over tne post omce or ai
Kluttz's drug Store.
In The Shoe Business
And In It To' Stay.
As an evidence of our prices being HARD
HITTERS, you have oniyo seethe 'ec
oratians nf our competitor's store fronts
AT C0ST!f:BEL0W COST
This tells the w hole story in a nut shell
They cannot compete with our prices and
they have found out too lute that its
deaih to attempt it .
0 0 pairs ol' new sample Shoes will he
thrown upon the market by'us next week
at lcSi than factory cos!.
23. 7CT. X3XTJTi'Z1 cs CO.
Iitp -rt of tho Situation for t ii Wcfli
KndinB Jfovmibvr 14, 1803.
The Tradesman, Cliutiivnoojii. Tf rtn.. In its
review of tue iiniu-itri-j.1 situation Ui tjo Sou I a
lor ttio wi-.Vrt en.lini; Xovetulr I .la, report
dcniuir.l lor .ii.ioiilaery is s-.u.v i - t-i r-.-itsa.i.:
that a iair n;aatcr t .a su.l ul ,.c in in
especially iu the t.ouiLaB- mill aaJ U.m t r in-Vis-trifs.
are r -port(;.l 53 in proves.- or ere tlcn.
and tiiai th r ; is q ideiu-e of a v.' l,st iiitial re
vival of im'.-.s rica in tr-iirnl. IVc f&.oia:;c
reat or t.ut li;.s pro vail :d thro in .out lav.
SSo'.it.Miru S;it ;s :or sover.il wot-ki has ea:i';.loJ
the cr'ipa -.o br; gr.tucr.-d in kooU. cnUi'.loa, lut
pr-.-vaU.ntr prl. cs do not caoourae farmers to
marki-t ti cm oa a itvre scale. Itfiet-ras to be
crnerally lei evo; tbat l-.erc will be ; Uitve n-
crf use in tf.e luinl cr output during the coming
wtntcr. ua sto.ka ou, hand at te mills a.-eniucn
So far as c-n to udgodfrom pi-c.-ailins con.'.i
tlous iinaucial r-ad iiier.an l.e t.sta---rA- in
twllly rvivi'tg. aa-3 iaanu;a turor3 generally
aro iacreasiT t cir output. T ;o low nrxcs of
cotton, co :!. iron siad t -c pro ivca of irou uro
no-r tho onlv sr riots drawb -ol s t- pru--neriiy.
Tlie Tradesman reports v- new industries es
tablished or Incorporated during the week to
gether wilh 3 enlargements of inauufactorles.
and 'J important new buildings. Amou.; tne
most laiportant new indL.strios of ti.c wee'.; are
t.'ie Htration-Whi'.e Mwi.inc Company. Krt
Worth, le-as. capital' tHW.'W); t e liamiiton
Paint and Giass C.'ompanv. !. laj Tci kS lapl
ltal ! "0.OX); the (lid Lcm;n;oa Kl-v tric Supply
Company. Richmond, Vji., api;al 'ti") 0-X). i iu
Columbian Company, Lambert s Point. Va ,
capital i"000: and the Ulic.!c:d Maohlna
Works. Ulueneld. W. Va.. capita! f 10 Ou).
Klourtm? mills ore to be built at Catawba and
Ellcnboro. X. C. Aldie and DanTdle. Va.. and
a rice miU at Davis Bridge, S. C. ; a foundry in
reported at Louisville. Ky : lumber mills at
Mobile. Ala. . and Uiloxi. Nil is.; furniture fac
tories at Mobl'e. Ala. and Pocsasola, Fla.: a
sash, door and blind factory at C hattanoo-a.
Tenn.; saw mills at Willwton. Fla.. Da. Is
Hridjro, S. C. and WalMsville, Texas: a atuve
factory at Little Ko.k, Ard., and wagon works
at Diirant. Miss.
By private wire to D W. Martin, ManaRcr.
New Yukk. Nov. CO -CoTro.". Dec. 8 81:
Jan. 8 87; Feb. 8 93: m:irket lirm
Middlin? 7h : n arket Arm.
Chicago. Not. 20 Futures closed at
Whe vt -Doc &;;j Cons. Dec.
Oats. May :!0't " Puim.-Jan. f 1 i
Lakd Jili. ti. i Sioes. Jan. 0.7I
CmcAuo. X.rv ?0. Cash oi otat'nns wre n
follows: Mess pork fl'. f1 . 0. Lard 8'. fa
. Short ribs, lcoe. f". 7(f. . Dry
salt shoulders, boxed. 7.:-5&7.50; short cler
Bides boxed. 9.:-.ViS.fiO
Savannah. Nov. .a Tarpentina ui; at 26;
tK-tt M urm at Wo.
Lkxingtok, Kt., November 17.
Franklin Pearcc Scarce, the young
real estate dealer who secured
over forty thousand dollars by forg
ery; escaped from jail last nig-ht by
sawing' out the bars. Fie' Is six feet
tall, light hair, prominent nose, of
square build. It is supposed he went
to Cincinnati, and from there to Clii
caero. for these imitaiions and substi
tutes, they are peer stuff at the
best and ir.crcr.ee your misery.
Take Simmons Liver Regulator
only. You will know it by the
large red Z on the face of every
oackage and by the relief it gives
when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness
and Siek Headache. "
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Philad'a, Pa.
SOUND, STRONG 4 RELIABLE
Fire, Rents Life, and Accident
Losses Promptly Adjusts
J. M. PATT0N
Office at C. M. & II. M. BrowrsSh
j i : x i.v 1 IV 1j JI U i ii y
BY OBTAINING 8UHHCRIRKR9 F0U
The Southern States.
It ia k
- I : v . 1 1 . mi
uriiuuiuiiy UHMtratwl moiiiM-
magazme-devoted to the South 1. -
lull 01 mtere t lor everv ri.U.,t
. c. - . . a
South and ousht to be iu ev.ry Souther!
Everybody Can Affordit
as it costs only $1.50 per year or 15 emu
lora single copy.
We Want an Aont in Kvt rv Soulb
j ...... ""fiur anibUeok
ies and particulars to the '
MANUFACTURERS' RECORD TCB. Co
;.ill notice to the fact that tli liavp rmH
the sto k from tli-lr store nn.ni uin't-r liie unij.i
.l l.-l lo tlK-lr olfLi'o Ki.hcr STftci Wtiu,.
JJOnE G09DStllan wvn- k
and lu order to reduce our stock will offrr
for thf next
THIRTY DA IX IlKYfJOOlNV
Call and he convinced that wp tan &fjm
money by bu. Inp: fn-m t;s.
D. R. JULIAH SONS.
ATTOHX K Y- AT-L ..X. '
troy, k c
Offers his pj-ofe-sipnal services to4
tl e irp!e f Mnntnmery nd d-
jonunj: counties. . Ad'leris him- tt
Troy, N. U.
J, H. HORAH'S
WAR RATED SILVERWAM
in s pi
WE GUAlLCv lXE
TO WEAR 2 5 YEARS-
The pieces of Fterllnr PH
vcr inlaid at the points
4 of rest prevent any
a3 much Silver as in Stand
than IJfht So' id Sllreraad
)H)t one-half the cost.
. Each article 13 stamped
E. STE n LI NG-I Ni-AI D YE.
Accept no substltuto.
Made 0Lr by The-Houic & Eobs SVa C
Anti Sold by the Old Be
J. & H.IIH0RAH,
M . in Sf L.:i'l.iirv. X.G
III T J
Uminrr hnnrt-hf tiie K K I'.'.tl.lf
Quarries, 1 will continue t' rurni""
' . .... ..,,.1 iV.Ht
known gin, tor coin am --....t
j. i. "'Vt
AU peraous are e;mn""" "t.-
L II ...S.:...J .urjilBJl "
atiugany notes puri.rmK to w fc
lade bv E. Ii. Pet tit and f. -M"
Hivor .f T M Russell, ot M
Montgomery county, L:-,t.,
notes having been -iven wiLtiu"i
tration iuc to an areeinvnt i"'1.
been carried out li;ihe .-aid L.
sell in relation tlit-reto. prttitV
H'.iviinT- nil;i Illicit .1?
of .1. S. Goiiiiii;lif
1 n.J W
lierv.by given K ;i" r .
claimsagaiiist sai'l vt . ' jit
on or before 25th day :t w d
on tins notice win-, ' f r
their recovery. -Ann ' .
(leiited to sui.l esut-e bre
to in..ke iirnieiliate '"'ififlt.'
claimssa i:. uoo;
luun mt wl