News About the State
Contributed by: Sloan Mason
THE DAILY NEWS 1889
THE DAILY NEWS, 1-26-1889
NEWS ABOUT THE STATE,
Happenings as Reported by the State Press
Madison leader: Keen, the colored school teacher who forged a school order
a year or two ago, has been arrested in Baltimore, and after some delay in
obtaining him from the Maryland authorities was brought to Rockingham and
lodged in jail his trial will be held at the next term of court.
Wilson mirror: We regret exceedingly to learn of the death of Dr. Jno.
Harvey, of Greene County. He enjoyed the esteem of all who knew him. Rev. Mr.
Tuttle is growing in popularity, and his large congregations are thrilled and
enchanted with his strong and pointed and impressive discources.
Raleigh Visitor: Portraits of Gen. Bryan Grimes, Gen Rufus Barringer and
Col W. L. Saunders were placed in the State Library today.
____Mr. L. D. Taylor was stricken with paralysis in his right side, at his
place of business, 213 South Wilmington Street, twenty minutes to one o'clock
Maxton Union: We regret to learn this morning of the death of Mr. Trus
Thompson, which occurred at his home near Little Rock yesterday. Measles was
the cause of his death.----
There will be a meeting of the friends of the proposed extension of the
Alma and Little Rock Railroad from Maxton to Spring Hill, at Maxton, on
Saturday, January 26th.
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