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THU1RSJAy SEPTEMBER. 13, 1894.
J The South hasfor a long tirne
leen the target h whjch jnisrepre
aentatiofl nd iuipertinent interfer
ence hs been ain?ed. It i3 refreshing
Jri view of h fact to read the
following from Gov, Northern of
Georgia. There is no denying th
fat that' .Governor Northern made
an assf luwself over t)e Corbett
Mitcnell fighr. eyen his vv A rir.es t ad
jnirers must adm4t that, but such ut
terances as the follQM jMg"wil! coyer a
reat multitude ot short comings
J lice the! prize flghtincident, . -
Vy way oj preface and introduc
tion we .wijl state that for some
Months past a lying negres, Ida
'Well.", .has been gojng through the
North au Is thrf ugii England, slaii
jdering the South, .Southern people
and Southern oficials, telling out
rageous falsehoods fbout the lynch-
ing of negroes in the South. She
ieals in that.of pobulum which in cer
tain markets iii the North finds eager
luivprs anion certain classes who
j are purveyors of .slanders and mis
representation agonist our people and
our section. A committee of smart
Alec Englishmen it seems has taken
it upon themselves to come over into
J fills country ulo investigate aud' de
nounce "southern lyncngs;" The
New York World feut the follow
ing telegram to Gov. Norihe. i :
pov. W.. I. Northen Atlanta,. Oa.
EngUshi cojjiinU.tee b;i s been sent here to In
vesicate anrt denounce southern Jyi:ebiny.
Will ou please telegrapli us what you IUIdk o
. EniMsli uiedalln'r with our affairs.
- I--., The World.
And this is Gov. Northen's reply
j! about as cutting a rebuke to imper
tinence as we have ever read aud i
richly merited. , Gov Northern says:
The World, Ne.v York, N.. Y
Sav to the "English ccmralf tee" who have
i come to this country ' to Investigate, and de
! nounce lynchtngs at Uie south," that I uxn In
poHl'lon to know that they have received their
luio.inatlou Ir m ln-jSHoriblbie sources, and
, that the Knlish people luve declined and re-
'fused to be properly lniormed about cur laws
5uid tne conduct of our 'government, 'the En-
gilsh pacers, to my knowledge have dteilued
time and agaln-lo publislfstatements made to
them In dt tense oi the south by Englishmen
who xt now residents of the south. Under
these tondii ions we do-not want any runner
.outside hypocritical catt upon fabe Ideas ot
our kovemmcnt. -
; The ptnple of this state are quite able to ad-i
s minHtertner own auairs. ana tney are aoing it
In full Justice to the negro, ns our laws and our
; icondupt will attest. We have already pnduru
:-mpre outside Interference rn our local matters
tliup we will submissively tolerate In Jhe future,
f Let these kindly disposed Englishmen return to
f own ountry and prevent by law the Inhuman
Bale of virtuous girls to lustful men In h!g:i
places, hang all buch demons as Jack the Kip
per, punish ns H deserves the barbai ions,
wholesale slaughter of negroes In Africa by Enr
1 U3hnaen, w h o g o there to s t e : 1
1 tuelr gold: supply the neccessitles-to prevent
H.bread and labor riots and sirikes, which are
wholly unknown to tne people of tlfC south; feed
and give employment to the poor, as do ihe peo
ple of my section: give to the oppressed Ii ish
; Laeathe rights liumanlty demands; and vhen
they shaU have pulled the bean out of their own
eyes, they may then, with better grace, ap
: point themselves a TOinmlttee to hunt for the
moat that may be in oureye.
While we have Irregularities at the south, and
l negroes are sometimes lynched they -are never
j slaughtered by wholesale, as Englishmen some-
J send you by mall the law and record of my
State on these m ate s; ard 1 challenge cot ou
f ly the English committee on l.vnchiuts at the
s outh, bwt the civilized world, to show a bet-
WJjy come, tofdre Invtstigatlcn, to "de
pounce ' the south, iusrprtor to a contri essional
election, when we hav e Just-had a negro lynch-J
ea in Kans.is, Apm 20iinother In Ohio on the
Sabbath, April lSlhand when wl lie Poles and
Hungarians have recently been brutally -buich
ered In Mlctlg.m nd Pennsylvania, and ne
gioes runout of Eranklin Park, N J-,ln heros?
We challenge Investigations bv all persons
who have the right investigate these-charges,
but any attempt upon the part ot Eug'ishmeri,
tainted by thetr own national crimes, to ar
raign, us for trial, must be considered as a
Governor of Georgia.
JIon. T. J. Jerome, editor of the
Stanly News and Democratic candi
date for. the. State senate from the
djstriet composed jf Stanly and
(Jabarues coun ties was here Monday
on his way home from Concord
where he attended the Cabarrus
.o'lnty convention held Saturday.
Mr. Jerome says that the conven
tion auVptfd strong resolutions iu-
structing the legislative candidate?
to votejf or Hon T. J. Jarvis tor tT.
p. Senator and ihfovor of electing
JJ. S. STnators by a dopular vote,
Mr, Jepme says there are very few
t I -
f in oituijy cuuiiiy auu inat
tpe (Republicans will yote the Dem
ocratic ticket in preference to the
one nominated by the Confusionists.
Jle also says that Hon. Jno. S. Hen
derson's speech at Concord Saturday
t was a powerful one and did great
g?od for the icouse of Democracy.
The Populist members of Con
gress during the last session intro
duced bills which if they hadtiecome
laws would have eiitailedexpendi
tures amounting annually to thirty
billion, five hundi million dollars!
Just let the people of North Caro
lina allow the Populist to get con
trol of theSlate and see how quick
fuin;wjnl follow and, taxes shoot up.
TftK Goldsboro Headlight, one of
tKe State's liveliest and most'pros-
perou weeklies, fTas-entered upon its
eighth; vol uute. We yvisb itjeontin-
p4 SUCCVSa. ' .
DpIOClU TIC LBtittiLATlOti. j
.. It is a faetamaN reeopi
that umkr Dertiocnitic ':a4ruinistmr
Hon the expenditures if I be go.verp
ment have already lletlucfd owr
two hundred prUionsjl of dollars.
Many pernicious -laijr.' ut upoir4 ie
statiite. books by tlBjOepublican;
designed for the opprefcion of A ie
eople of the South land havingf a
boneful inflieiice upontlie busing
interests of the coutr liaye ben
repealed and thp godjdirk has Hst
gotten fully undervtajif -AVJiat has
len done iSySimpiy; jart earnest joi
what is going to le dont, f
But if tljs Democratic party hjad
done nothing else, and IbouJil never
lo anything more lUajtj repeal tie
McKinlev tariff bill ;and substittre
for it the bill recently enacted, it
entitled to the eternal gratitude
the people of this country.
The tariff bill is 1 not what he
wanted, nor what we confidently ex
pected to get, biit the Democralic
r;irtv is not resnonsible tor tnis. tne
. d a i rr i
party cannot justly be held repAn
ible for the treachery of the Gornian
-Brice band of traitors'.
But with all -its shortcomings
bill is a big step towardsjfariff refold
and, compared with; McKinleyism
a beneficent measure. The more
is studied,' the better la it appehrs
to be. . It makes a yerymarked Re
duction in many articles, and will
materially reduce the cost of livinjg,
We are indebted to Mr. T. C. Liiin,
the private secretary bfillon. Jnoi S.
Henderson, for the following list,
which will prove- a evalatiou to
those who have not f closely studied
The tariff on the follqwiug articles
has been reduced obejlinndred per
cent or in other words, the follow
ing articles have been made free : s
Paints, colors, etc., iui part. s
Potash, caustic, refiheu;, i
Burr stones, manufactured.
Cotton ties of iron or Steele.
Coiper- ore, and mtitiufuetures oif.
Timber and L.uuil)er. I
Salt. " . ; j ;
Binding twine. j k
Bags for grain made of burlaps
Bagging tor cotton. I f
Wool, tops, slubbipg.and other wajsts
Wool, rags, iuungo,:aud flocks.
Wool, noils. 1 1 - if;
The tariff ou the folloviupr has been re
(lno lt ttrrin 7T ai not nnnti
Bar iron, and slabs, -blooms or lopps.
Woolen cloths . i
Woolen shawls. ;
Common pipes of clay-j-
The tariff on 114 articles' has been
duced betvvr eu 50 and Tp per cen
wnicn articles m ionoMng are
principal: H l
Whiting ground in oil;(putty).
Soap. i ii f
Eiearbouate of sodai &
Penknives. ; i
Carving or cooking. kufves.
Pistols, ' J
Lead in ore or in pigs and bars.
Jjead jupes, sheets,- shot, etc.
Zinc in sheets. ! f
Cotton cloth; y X
Cables, cordage, etc. 't:
Blankets, ' j ,
Hats ot wool. I , i
Flannels for under ware
Dress goods. ,; ;l
Carpets.- j K
On 370 articles the! tariff has beenj
duced between 25 and 50 per cent.
these tne lollowing are some off the
principal: ' i
Bottles. ' -.j ' l -
Window glass. ' j f
Cylinder and crown glass, polished,
unsilyered.- ! ,) I
.Plate glass. jf j
-Spectacles and eyeglasses.
Freestone, sandstone,; granite, efc.
Bar iron, rolled or hanjitiered.
Hammers aud si
Cast iron vessels.
Leaf tobacco for cigar wrappers
TI; t .i ' s
UUISCS. i j
Shirts and draws
Stockings. j . ,
Oil clxtls. ; u '
Collars and eufTs. ,
Clothing, ready made. J
Wood pulp. i ij
- Printing' paper.; ir
Pearl buttons. i
Ivory buttousl ii
Corks ' ! ! - ' "'
Bituminous coal and shale.
" Hats of fur.
Ladies' and children's gloves.
. Jiea s gloves.
y 238 articles reduced jjunder 2 per
The rates are;
I increased on .53 ar-
tieles such as sawed boards of f ma
ll ogtny ebotiy jlHog, lives, drlssed
meats, precious s
Ayer's Hair Vigpr
tooes op the weak Jjftir-
the rebels and tissue
which suj.plj thle
stregthens the hail Itself, aSds the oil -hicli
keeps the shafts s6ft, lusioust and Ik v.
The most pojiular SkU taUable tnilAtl hr.
I parntioam the woirlJ. . ! j-. " I:
'fir.' :- - hi- " (
Senator IVffer, th leader of the
populists, the recognized exponent
of Populist idea?, ptau and purposes.
believes thai all ! he fax for the sup
port of the ' government, iji all its
branches, should be levied .on land
and introduced a hill into Congress
to thai effect. How. does tr.at suit
he farmers of Rowan County?. Just
such laws tuny be looked for. should
the ropulists eter control the legis-j
lation of4his conntry.
It is well nbi'tj forget what the
Democratic Congress has done, as
recounted by SpeakerCrisp m his
Atlanta speech: - x
Ve have repealed the McKijiley
We have greatly reduced taxation.
We have made living cheaper.
We have made all money taxable.
We have taxed surpluslncomes.
We have restored freedom of elec -
We have reduced public expendi
We have declared undying hostil
ity to all trusts and m'o:opolies or
ganized for , the oppression of the
x LEAVING THB WEST,
The forest fires have broken, out
a"ain m Minnesota, ana otner
northwestern states are suffering
from drawbacks more or less erioii!".
In Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and
Oklahama the farmers are movin-
-away by thousands.
Naturally, these people are- com
ing south. They cannot go to the
middle and north Atlantic states be
cause they are already overcrowded
and the lands ate too high priced.
The south offers them just such a
home as they have been longing for.
Our climatic conditions are favor
able and we never have more than
one partial crop failure in nine sea
sons. The Boston Transcript says
of the new movement:
This is corroborated bydispatches
from Nebraska that long trains of
canvas-covered wagons are ecu
stanlly passing through that place
filled with disheartened settlers, who
are anxious to find homes elsewhere,
nd that as many as 10,000 of them
have left since the failure of this
year's crops. There is new of a sim
ilar movement from Western Kan
sas, ind also from eastern Colorado.
The North Carolina papers offr a
welcome to these people; tell them
that Ib'ud can be bought or leased
thereon easy terms, an(J declare that
the Old North Staee is jti, the place
for them. Other southern states are
des-irous of attracting the fugitives
fiom Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and
The Worcester, Mass., Spy has the
following on the same Hue::
Mony northwestern f -timers have
become thoroughly' tired of enduring
the trials to which their uncertain
climate subjectg"them, and are turn
ing heir eyes toward the south as
the land of promise. A lare num
ber of Nevaca stock farmers and
lairom i are preparing to move lo
North Carolina and pureha-e farms
in localities suited to their avoca
tions. Gov. Carr's Snggs&ticn.
Columblo, S. c, State.
The Governor of North Cnrolu.a
suggests as one means of checking
the resort to lynch law, that prison
ers threatened shall be speedily tried,
aud shall, awaiting trial, be confined
in the penitentiary. The. latter ex
pedient meets each particular case
only. It would by no means oper
ate to check the spirit which under
lies the resort to lynch law. It is
good only as a means or preventing
the action rf the mob so that the
accused may be brought to trial.
What is admitted, on all hands, to
be most calculated to induce people
to let the law take its course, is the
assurance of a speedy tiial. The
law's delay is in no case so irritating
as where a great crime has been com
mitted and the courts seem slow to
punish the criminal. Nowhere ehe
in the United States is there so great
need of reform in the criminal pro
cedure so as to insure the prompt
trial of accused persons as there is in
South Carolina. Nowhere else can
the skill of the well paid lawyer be
more effectively employed to post
pone the punishment of criminals.
It is this state of law, known by the
people, that has contributed perhaps
more than any other cause to the
frequent resort to lynch law in this
Stale. The wonder is that so tla-.
grant defects in our crimnal prece
dure appear altogether to have es
caped the notice of the Legislature.
Mr. Butler, on going over to the
Republican party, has? agreed to give
as his initiation fee, the Populist vote
of the State to the Republicans. But
ler is gone. He has deserted the
Populists as treacherously as he did
the Democrats. He undertook to
sell Democracy on the ISth of M;iy,
1S92, but he couldn't deliver the
goods. In 1894 he undertook to
gic? Populism to the Republicans in
exchange for a seat in the United
States Senate. Can he deliver the
goods this time? There art good
honest men m the Populist party.
They are therefrom the best of mo
tives. Will thej endorse this bae
ach"on of their traitorous master, hud
submit to it likft slaves? Clinton
rom ourH gular oorrespondu t :
V At. Democratic headquarters, here,
the managers aregetting campa 'jtu
njatters in ffne shape for hard work.
Investigation show? thafkin districts
now democratic 131:have made I no
ivination. Of tliinuuiler 7 are
renoniirjatjons and! 31 are new uonv;
inatioVsL Tliis gives a ratio of 74
per cent of old nominations and but
26 per cent of new nominations.
I learn from the Navy." Depart
ment that everything is in f readine
for the itrial trip of the new cruiser
Rtleighl. She has had. a successful
tra' at Norfolk and can go to . sea
whenever the date for her official
test is set.
Among the late acts of congress
was one concerning the sale of leaf
toljacco which all dealers may
notice with much interest. The in-
terrml revenue I iw as a whole re
mainsabont the same as before with
the exceptions of this change. In
section G9 of the act of Ang. 2Sih,
lc!'J4, entitled ".An,, act to reduce
taxation to provide revenue for , the
. 1 J .v ...
government ana ior oi uer-purpnes,
nro ides that :' "livery persoishall
also be regarded as a manufactrtrer
of tob.icco whose business it 13 to
sell leaf tobacco :;in qnaiiities less
than a hogshead; case or bah ;
or who sells djrectly to con
sumers or to persons other than duly
registered manufactures of
tou icco, suun or cigars, or to per
sons who purchase in packages for
export; and all tobacco so sold by
such persons shall be regarded as
tobacco and such manufactured
tobacco shall be put up aud prepar
ed only as the Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue with the approval of
the secretary shall provide." Pro
vided that farmers and growers of
tobacco who sell leaf tobacco of
their own growth and raising shall
not. be regarded as mauufrtcturers'of
Every bureau in the Treasury
Department is in a strain to get the
business arranged to -begin work in
the different ollices u inter the new
law known as the Dockery, -Bill
which goes into eflcct Qcl 1. , This
law makes a thorough re-organia-tion
in all Ihebuieaiix of the Trea
sury Department, the first since the
das of Alexander Hamilton. ; Here
tofore matters would come to one of
theoiiicers dealing probably with
three or four nifferent depart merts
of the government. This has all
been simplifiyd under tise Dockery
Bill, which changes the mmies as
well as the manner of work for the
Mrs. Burrvlt is-visiting her daugh
ter Mrs. H.irrv i Mar! 111 at liom-
"Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin
The reports of correspondents of the
Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin, L-sued
by the North Carolina State Weather
Service, for the week ending Monday,
September 10; h, ' 1 SI) !, indicate that the
weather during pa.-t week has been
above the uorinal in temperature, and
rather dry except near the coast. The
.hazy or t-mcky condition of the tky,
which was probably due to" the great
forest tires iu the northwest, . ended
Saturday, autl Si;;:d:iy, "the Pth, was
an unusually warm day for this season
of the year. Cottou is opening rapidly.
Farmers are busy pickug cotton, pul
ling fodder, making hay, cutting and
curing tobacco, and with their fall
plowing where ground is-not too dry.
Weather forecast for coming week:
Rain probably Tuesday evening or
Wedntsday, follow tin; latter part .of
the week by a moderate cool wave,
the first of the season.
Westeun District. The woatlfer
has been very warm for the season,
with abundant sunshine; last two days
of Aveek warm. Although very little
rain has fallen, nqt much damage is
reported by drought. Fodder-pulling
is progessing rapidly. Hay-making
is receiving plenty of attention. To
bacco is being cut and housed aud cur
ing has commenced. Cotton is open
ing very fast. Turnips are doing very
well. Farmers generrally are iu good
Women in Varied Tields.
From tlio New York Mercury.
But man nevr yen hired where
the modern woman will not fearless
ly jump in. There are two woman
pilots ;md three woman, captains on
the Mississippi and if a boiler should
burst there need be no doubt that
these women would, like Jim
Hold her n1uz7.lt atrainst the bank
Till the last goloot's ashure.
There is another captain navigat
ing the Puget Sound. The Queen
of Greece is an Admiral in the Rus
sian Navy, appointed by her cousin,
the Czar. And it is the same in a!?
other fields of enterprise. A woman
runs the dummy engine iii a log
sawing mill in the State of Wash
ington, another is-the engineer in a
Chicago steam laundry, and in the
same city a woman is the ' engineer-in-chief
in a large business building,
while a third' runs an elevator in one
of the Windy City's sky-scr tping
buildings. In -Nebraska a woman
owns and personally" operates a
steam threshing machine, moving
with-it. from one part 6f State to
another, making her own contracts
and her ow n work.
So woman, alii around, everywhere
has got the steam up, and when she
lets the whistle peVeani man would
better get out of the way. '
l'j on les, boils apt! other humors of
the blood Me liable to break out in
the warm weather. Preveut it by tak
ing Hood's Sarsapurillii.
A Sample of Third Party Statcman-
The following from the Washing
ton News show)? just how upure"
and consistent the Populist is when
hegets into office,' arid it is likewise
a pittiyfair sample! of the states
manship of the leaders of that crowd
of misguided people;
The iudicatioiisx'at present pre
vailing in Washington, says the
News, are "that Senator teffer has
gotten himself into that delightful
oosition known as
the man-eating shark in the water
and the man eating tiger on the
land, and the prospects are that both
will get him. When Congress con
vened in pxtraordiuai j session on the
7th of August one year ago the
Democrats gathered Senator Peffer
into the majority fold and received
him with more soda water efferves-
ceue than is usually aceorded to new
recruits. The party wanted to solid
ify trreir votes beyond perad venture.
Mr. Peffehwas given the chairman
ship of the Committee to Examine
the several branches of the Civil
Service with a lustrious committee
room in the Malthv Building.
While Senators Hoar, Ha?. ley ind
other veterans in the House of Lords
were relegated to dipi-lighted and
inaccessible locations, the new de
butante from Kansas reveled in
sumptuousnessr As his share of the
Senate fund for the employment- of
clerks and messengers he was al
lowed $3,200 year. As chairman of
a presumably active committcee he
was granted a clerk at $2,250 per
year. This position was filled by
his daughter. Then the gentleman
from Kansas settled .down to every
day life in an atmosphere so thick
with serenity that many tourist
carried away chunks of it as souven
irs, -14 11 1 the evil day came. It
slipped, along like a policeman with
cree oers on his feet, and its insidious
advances were glamored over with
the apparently m"ucih? smile of For
tune. The tariff bill xs approach
ing a crucial period. Questions of
moment were becoming sothick
that if -a Senator dodged one --be
knocked his head' against a half
d z;. One of Mr-. IVtl r's sons was
"tiered a lucrative position by the
! Sugar trust to become- ' connrefed
with one of their refineries iu the
mosquito-beaiing regions ot New
.Tersev. It was skc'i an offr that
the young man turned up his nose
at. $l.G00ayear, and, encasing him
self in a wrought-ircm suit, he left
f ;r his new situation. But a wiuk-
ed aud unregeuerrde newspaper cor
respondent thought h ;t he detected
t!ie odor ot a rat when the younger
Peffer entered the eipioy of the
Sugar Trust. He did not do a thin-'
but cause.'l the facts and suspicious
to be proclaimed from every house
top in Kansas, lie made it a re
ligious duty to promulgate the tid
ing. Then the Senator not only
got both feet over the traces, but
upet the cart by voting against the
trust. In fact, it is alleged that his
eccentric method of voting caused
several of the Democratic managers
in the-!Senate to pate the floor for
many a night when the gentleman
from Kansas slumbered peacefully
m his bed. When. the agony end
ed and the weury Senators disguised
thenist lve and t;irted over various
unfrequented routes for home Col.
Dick Bright, Sergeant-at Arms,
notified the junior Mr. Peffer that he
would not be allowed compensation
during recess. A very noisy rumor
is prevalent to the effect that the
perquisite of -82. 250 for a clerk will
be withdrawn, and that all the odds
and ends of comfort's and prerog
atives heretofore given Mr. Peffer as
a member of the majority will be
taken from him. Meanwhile this
same rumor asserts that the Suar
Trust have not et recovered from a
stroke of paralysis occasioned by
Mr. Peffer's turning them down in
the Senate, but w hen consciousness
returns they will promptly request
Mr. Peffer, jr., to pack up' hh
wrought-iron outfit and retire from
any connection with the New Jer
State offhio. City of Toledo, (
Luca? County. f ss.
Frank J. .Cheeney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chcncv
cc Co., doing business in the City of Toledo.
County and .State ai'ote-aid. and that ?aid
firm will pay the stun .of One Hundred Dol.
lars for each and every ease of Catarrh that
cannot be, cared by the ue of Hall s Catarrh
Curt. Frank J. CliPrieV.
Tworn to bcfoie me and,.ubscrihel fn rnv
ir"-enee, this 0th day of December, A D
18S4J. ' .
SEAL A. V ULEASUi,
Hall'd Catarrh Cure k taken internallr and
acts directly on- the blood and rou:oiIs sur-f.ict-9
of the systfiu. .Send for le.-tiinoninls
free. F. J. Cheney & .Co., Toledo. O.
BsJold by "Druggists, lt . .
J "Fohthnll will prove a paying gaure
to Mr. Zb Andrews, of KaleighrHe
weighs ?30 pounds, is strong in pro
portion and while in Durham some
time J ago - ' li build r'attra"itrd
the 1 attention
of the irin-
itW football ''cranks. A
Dondence ensued with Mr.' Andrews
ill regard-to his playing the next
season on the Trhiityjcarii. An of
fer was made him of tuition nt the
College, bojird and $700 in cold cash.
The Wilnirhgtpn Messenger says
that the caseag'ainst the director;
of the suspended Bank of New Jlan
over havebeeu moved fronv Duplin
Superior court to Ienoir Superior
court for trial, and wilj be heard at
the ' November term. The court
granted the change of venue ''upon
motion of the counsel for the defend
ants., There is nothing to prevent anyone con
cocting a misiurc aud calling it "sarsapar
Hla.rt and there is 'nothing tJ prevent aoyo-ie
spending good mtooey testing the stuff; utJ
prudent people, wno vi u to do sure 01
their remedy;' tale ouljr Ayer3 Sarsaparil
la, and so get cured.
Clarence W. Clark, a promineut
member of the Brotherhool of Loco
motive Engineers, was shot and seri-
ously wounded on a Pennsylvania
Railroad train at Newark, N. J., Sun
day by his divorced wife. " When the
traiu slowed up at Newark the woman
entered the car and shotiiirn at short
range with a pistol. The woman sud
denly left the car and stepped off the
train. The train had started before
the Conductor knew onile fchooting
and he brought the wounded man to
tliia city. The divorce was granted in
New York on Thursday last, and
Clark was on his way toSan Francisco
when attacked. Clark may recover
Dr. Worth, ol Asbeooro, wnom it,
was reported in last weeks Watchman
had been robbed of a considerable
amount of money, has recovered all
the stolen property aud the robber is in
jail. There was $475 in money and
bonds arid property to the amount of
J Vl wO,
Nortli rnvolinn. Ssipr-n-.c C'otirt
r WATrEit CLAr.K,
Kal- kr. ::. C. Jan. W. 191.
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Ipr;i nr.c lui-t Jtay. f.nd.I a-n sure I
.lies Its' r-'t ; lroa iy in do'..r.-' .in i
i 'iiw r.':ft l lh tt:
..Tvutfoii. I can 5 .r. Ij iPf. nr.n-. uJ it.
i Yov.rs truly. WjiTrn Clark.
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No room is complete
Pictures. We have got
This departmenl is complete, C
Will be held af the grounds of the Asocial ion
iOBER 2i 3,
A, liberal PREMIUM LIST ha been rrabfehed aiilcomnetiia !-
to the entire State.
There will fc a fin3 exhibition of - Stock and
and skilled Handiwork. '
The amusements will consist of Horse Racing) tide
n -. .. f .. l- --.:i ! I- - J T .nnnln n'irl4 f)f ii' W
uoon oruer win te maiuiaineu mm ijlii:
The public is cordially invited to eniov a'dayi of recreation w - x
Women far tliM -a-Wtroapreiian-d
T t'ff way- .Sijmnin, ,
in fut-h fnvcr. It j3 ,
lTit and low.Wforti''
make a u a. A no?Iir r
is thatSjmmiitM fjV(.r ,
th:,11:Pi!!5 fot ni!inmnp
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FOR Sn-FKlOV. , TMiT
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John s. Henderson, or.i:.
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J!raery E.Jiajer, cf n.v
A Bargain! A (
and Job Office out T f.,r
or part ion
Jno. W. SleKenzie.
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USES AND ENDORSES THE
"Cures vlien all else fails."
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To get Furniture" for Ihe nUiItitutle.
Nothing like h ever belbreseen in Salis
bury. Red Room and Parlor Hails; as
pretty and as-cheap as was ever olTer
ed on any market iiHhe Stale. ;
You only have tQsee our line of Ta
bles. Dining and-Parlor Chairs, Uockcrs:
&c,7 to be pleased. We also lnunUe
Baby Carriages, Musical InstrumeU?
and in fact anything that voir- want
in this line and at prieesjhat defy com
the 'handsomest line of Frames ana
Moulding that can be found in
R oners, ; ;ci
Hearse's furnished for city or, county
Embalming a Specialty.
See me before guying. i
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