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H7R?IAV. MARCH 12, 1S01.
- -Mr. II. L..i-pitl, of Hock Qjtj. has
been bene tldA wee!:.
. J p.jCaMjvclI, of tlicBtatCayind Land
'.trk, w.h here Monday.
Mr. F. M- Thompson jpejnt a few days
i !- in Lexington lu-t week; .
1 Hon. John Henderson is at hoine
.7andAviTlfiain "'1 Iceember.
The work of . tearing down the old
IVesbyteHau church will begin shortly.
31 r. and Mrs. A; J. Walker, of Now
Vurk, are vetting Mrs. II. C. Williams.
: Mr. I. li. JuJkih left for northern cities
I Tuesday night to lay in line line of spring
V ..ro"e stole a bnneho.f banannas
from the front of . Tiehcner'ri ifctoru liit
Saturday night. '
V llcv."S- Jwnes, of the Baptist church,
will preaeh-a special sermon to young
:uieu Sunday ni'ght.
; - I'olk-em.in li.ia-ranger, who lias been
! critically ill oVeverul daps, with csip
. , ;e!as, is impruving.
Thc,S. Cecelia Club will nave anf ver.--ning
atrMrs. K. B.OCeaves" Friday nigUt.
'"All arc eorlially invited..
' .; The Ohqral Union is tnaking rapi .1 pro-
gres,s in preparing for tpe 'Mu.-ical Fes
' tival at Charlotte, May 5th and Oil . -I
China: J rove is a lively town-. Jlcr
citiiens arc chergelic. It has a lively
v paper too, but the editor id unmarried.
; J' The Lexingtonl7;ar learnt thrtt a
i. i: goud many ! tobaceo plants have been
killed and injured by the cold weather.
Mr' J.'.W: Hosfeaiu left' for tlie North
Tuesday night fur the purpose of making
1 jiwpo'rtauUid litivjiis to his-spring stock
oi goous. ;
:! Messrs. V. V. Iwd and F. 'JYSl.CluIr
'have bceolnc editors , of u.iy Charlutte
ll make a
An1 Ct?11 TVi arr Tott
UU iUVJ """J
Mr. J. C. Millcr-oT FtauthMliver, this
count y stat'H that lie has sold V2 dozen
of eggs since the fir t cf January tip to
Marc7? 5th. In addition to this he Ins
used' about 31 dozen, i Of course ilr.
'Miller take.? tho Watchman', lie sava
taut he lets hi hens rest oecasionallv.
Let the returns eoms in.
Salisbury Business Men.
. . . .. t
niinnr. two :imi
I If,. 1 ....,. J fitll linn (if liPilvv nml fn-i.r i
a half yca.s. MIKING DEPARTMENT.
niE men' wn -) sell . oiocKRiKfy foxi'sy- ,ceiies, .confectioneries and canned i Mining Hews Gathers 1 in This and
' TIONERiss AND OTHER KATfBfc&. goods. He lias recently added a line cf. Other States
, WHO THEY A'tE A U lUt.in . dry goods-to his stock.
Comething i;hat Would Pay.
HarTsnury is now an excellent distri
buting pofnt. Hex shipping advantages
are snlendilT A well-conducted whole-
Ns.ihe bti-;uess in the grocery and dry
good,? line would pay here beyond a
doubt. A number of our business men
do a jobbing business, but the city has
no Reputation as a wholesale '.market.
We need exclusive wholesale dealers.
We thijik that Home of our dealers
should try this for they- doubtles could
saon worii uj) an immense trade in every
.No doubl, thev
;is betJi elw'U'ii -'(
r ami 3i i . . ij-
1 . e Hi c:;ii.n 1;
'Mr.' I. 'It. Foust h
Vctary and treasure
Caulest-i n ''a :. i
Our thanivs ar.r.iaeTsic Cun: .nil.ee vn
invitation I'ji aii i.iw.ai.oa u aunni a
'bouk 1-eceptioa'" at Xortii Ca.v.iiia
, Cdlege on April the ui.
Uur . jewjni want'!U'..re ligit. -Tlu-A cair
hahlly.ge hi;a-. Jroni efsur-.-U nnda;.'
nights beli...re i U'? aro put out. 'i'aes
should Unr a later every .night. -
Wm. mitUdeal'Iefl Monthrv. for ';K-r-rinnv,"
Which --Stale 'he will sii'ortly own
in fee :i.ah-, p.rovided it fin be pur-
ijhasCvl iium -seal t.-lale agen'ts.
A Pleasant Marriajre.
Mr. T. C Gray, of Bethany township,
JVedtll county, and Miss Nannie C,
daughter of J. K. Burke, of this city,
were married yesterday afternoon at the
residence of the broles father, by Jlev.
Di5-. J. llumple, in t ho jtrvsenco of f;
invited - friends. 'Mr.. (J ray is one of
Iredell's most excellent young men. His
bride is one of the mo.-t popular ypung
ladies in this city. The Watchman
juir.s with the maay friends of both the
contracting parlies iii wishing them all
the happiness possible.
A visit tor each" grocery store in this
city recently disposed the fa?t tlrat a
nu m her of our dealers carry lanre and
handsome stocks and do!
of business. Some of the
noes c:irr- sm.ill stocks bufc thev have a I
, . , ' notions
good assortment, and lo quite a goon
G. A. IJIXGHAM & CO.
This firm islocated on Main street.
Mr. Murjhy is a native of this city.
He has been in business cn Jlain streit
Itiais aa.l ardcles for ViU d;nrt;r..-iit are
earne.-tiy M)'.i-iu-d. j '
The Dan bury Reporter says that oul of
u.c unity oat properties optioned hv
: , f' ""'near8' ' IIe.,,as " f"", line,of i tr&.
, . . . heavy and tancy groceries, canned goods, 1 conirol htty to seventv-Gve of the valu-
e tirms in nu oi- . col,fecticl.erii . cj ,ar3 tobaej, tos and ibW hoU properties just around Dauimrv.
AV. A. KAf.LE.
Mr. Eagle was raised in 'Salisbury. He
runs a grocery and -confectionery busi-
t- alc onrl nifVrii fine shops TFo hn etn-
Thev have- been doing business in the j . . . . e
J v ! pie and fancy groceries, provisions, &c.
same nouse 20 vears. .ui. uiguuiu ai
born in this city, but lived a nyraber of
years in Davie county. Hi? partner,
HonF. E. hober, was raised in Salem,
but has lived here about p-j years. They
carry groceries, provisions, confectioner
ies and grocers' drugs.
JNO. A. UOYIiEX & CO.
Mr. Boyden was raised in Htukes coun
ty. He is a son of Hon. Nathaniel Boy
den. He has lived in Salisbury since
quite a young man.
L. E. HEILIG.
Mr. Ileilig was raised at Mt. Pleasant,
Cabarrus countv. lie is located on
South Main street. Mr. Ileilig has been
in business here about one year. He
sells staple and fancy groceries, confec
tioneries, provisions, 5cc.
FEELER & MAU1.T.
This firm consists of Messrs. J. A.
Peeler and J. P. Mault. They were
Before the. Avar he both raised" in this county. The linn
. Trowncd in the Yadkin.
Lust Friday Charley Bogan was drown
ed in tho Yadkin river at Swift Island
fjrry. A horse drover wanted his stock
put across the river, and the stream be
ing very full, it took all the available
help W manage the ferry. Began was a
o;;ie-arn;edman who attended the mill
there and was on' the boat. When- it
moved 01T from the, bank the loose mules
ran to th-e front end v. hich caused it to
djip water, and Bogan becoming very
isitseh frightened, leaped into the stream.''
The angry :curreut bore him swiftly
down and ""the poor fellow was seen to
grasp the bus!u.s alojig the bank twJcc.
ilisliody has r.-;t been found, though
sf arching p. a rti.es have li.-died the river
for uiihi. 'oncord Times.
ro - - 3 I n f r. e-
w i'.iiii!'e Ita ii-road
a i t . a i t eitdl ii lc I he
liiia tale Sunday School Con -yetteviilc.
2s. C, at the tol
s for r.oasirr trip : Charlotte",
was in the foundry business. He is lo
cated on North Iuniss street. Mr. Boy
den has been in the cotton, grain and
fertilizer business about four years. He
handles buggies and agricultural ma
chinery. H. & L. WRIGHT. t
This firm consists of two brothers
Henry 31. and 11. L. Wright. They do
businesscorner of Main andlniiiss t reels.
They were raised in Davie county, but i the public square, osi Main street. He
have lived in Salisbury about li years.
They have been in the grocery business
about IS months. They handle heavy
and. fancy groceries, provisions,' canned
goods, wood and tinware. They have a
branch store in northeast Salisbury.
has existed two years. They are located
corner of Main and Fisher streets. They
handle staple and fancy groceries, con
fectioneries, canned goods, fish, cigars
S. J. SAVICEGOOD.
Mr, Swicegood was raised in Davidson
county. He is an old resident here, hav
ing lived here about vi? years. He runs
a boarding house only one block from
We learn from the Oxford Day that
gold has been discovered iu Dutchville
township, Granville county. It is. an
important find, and great things are ex
pected of it. An accurate assay of tire
ore has beeu made. Silver and iron have
also beeu found near by.
It now looks as if the southern portion
of Africa is to be the source of the future
goal supply. Eight thousand live hun
dred ounces were taken from two mines
there during January. Some very im-
poitant discoveries have been made.
However, we are ready to put Rowan,
Montgomery and adioinintr counties
against the world. '
Soetbeer, as far back as. 1SS-5, placed
the average yearly consumption of silver
in the industrial arts at 515,000 kilos
that is, for five years say L',575,000 kilos,
which amounts yearly To about 27,117,
000, or in the aggregate, to $135,588,000.
Tho Argentine Republic is about tons-
say a gold coinage of no less than $7,000,
000, to be executed at the French mints
and to consist of pieces each of 8.GG5
grammes .900 fine. Mining Record.
Salisbury Produce Market.
Concectfd weekly by TV. E. Jtini it cr
! ,'2 Dry lii.W,-
i: star. ' '
Salisbury, I C.
1 '" lIIHK,
1"" W'im- Lean.
. ; Mix-- J I,- ft
;. Hour". 2.2i)(n M.WJ
TOBACCO MAUKET. 1
Corrected weekly at Planters' Warehouse.
The loaor continueil season is now .ended,
anii high jrice3 stilt prevailj All grades iwe
selling well, especially well-bodied filK-rs.
e 'piole :
Cutters, jroud, Hal2
iat; Fine. ltla'JO
:alJ. Wra"rsnied'm, 12iai:
'.;ilU (iocxj, lfl,l2r
Sn2 Fine. 23a40
l JAals Kanev, none offered.
RJ HOLMES, - - PresklenU
I. II. FO.UST, - - Cashier,
Capital, $50,000. -
Surplus and ProM S35t00(X
General Baiikinlmsiiiess tlans-
actetl. Deposits Solicited.
or Your Jewelry
i i . i i . i ; ;
.(l III C;ii-
GEO. (;. BEYKFERT.
Mr. Seyffcrt lias been in busifiess here
about six years. U'e was borii and rais
ed in Germany, lie is locate on Inniss
fstrect. lie runs a bakery and restau
rant, handles oysters, lish, cigars and
CHAfj. T. TICHEXEH.
"Mr. Tichener was raised in (he eastern
part of this State, lle'has been in busi
n ess here about two" years. His place of
business is n ilain street. lie runs a
fruit stand and confectionery, lie sells
fruits, line candies, tobaeeo and cigarsT
He siil a- 1 fancy groeeries anil canned
goods ia a short while.
( Ill'Ei.V .1- Mcri.i.oll. I
This firm consists id'.li'ssrs. J. 1J. Chce
ly and T. M. McC'ulioh. Mr. Ciieely
was born and -raised ffi Y-adkin countv.
i i t in
n. G.75; Raleigh, t.-I0;
also sells heavy groceries, canned goods
and confectioneries and buys country
JN'O. A. MUKl'IIV.
Mr. Murphy is a native of this city.
He does business on Fast Inniss street.
He has been selling groceries, confection
eries, canned goods, cigars, tobacco, &c,
about two years. lie runs a boarding
house also, and buys country' produce.
;g-ij?52, Our latest advices irom Aie-
Ca:iless roint b-rings tnc
, ( .
has lived here about three Vears. Mr.
:.:. l: iiUC.-9 1 i t 111 IH.CI.Jli.-- iii,,!l I. ,1.- - ... . ...1 I,, 14,..
J. .act Uiloli was.iai-cu in l'a K
in same jiroprt o:i . xicl-iel
i b'it has live.', he;
, THc legishiture has -changed tr.e
pf Iavit!s6n College that isr the
oi tlie town
fci-iiply iKividooii, wiiht
is iu v
Mr. ( i. W. Wright', of this eily, ha:
la'U.tianero'.isiv ill Avirir meni.igiiis ier
ihis wiiliug. We trust that
he resvurcd "to health. "
'. 1 to 2oih inclusi-vt
. . i ;i .,,,,1 ;,,..!,, l ;,, i . , ..,.k "a I
Tiie " Richmond fc Danville Kaih'oad'
-will t.ive the following educed ' rates to
parties attcndhig the Y. M. (.'. A. C'on-vi;nth-n,
at Durimm : From Charlotte,
is organized about eight months
co.'i -; ; :
s2'.',i.j : i I(
iision-.Salem , Cirecnsbcro,
, a at i
; !.(") ;
I atennciiiate in-ints in same nronortiyn.
;ok! 1'etui iiing March
e March 1 7 to 11 ii
Cracker is Ileie.
: . SruH.iil h;;s the follow
er Thi Writer is a sort of icuv'.ci feel '' . '!!
-Jiereand caunotaindertalle to epen .she
campaign for the approaching municipal
-eJecii ni or ol hr iiU'itlels. IhiL the t-oi-Unns
of the .V-.i't'Il31AN are ocn "i
everybodv. Use them.
They carry a fii'i! line of groceries, can
ned goods, confectioneries, notions jaiid
x 'C, J. IlIXfiHAM.
lr. Lingham is on orth -.Ia:n si ret t
lie! was born and raised in Mocksvillc,
but has lived here sir.ee lSotl. lie lias
been in the grocery business jour years.
He sells staple and fancy groceries, lo
bacco, cigar.-, provisions, queeusware.
T. !'.'. SWINK,.
Mr. Swink was raised iji this county.
He is located corner of Mailt and Coin -
wk:ck:-:i goat shocting news that one of the
ferry-boats, while conveying a large
unmber of passengers from Chestnut Hill
to -the mainland, foundered in the deep
est part of'the channel. it is thought
that all the passengers succeeded in
reaching the shore, some at McCanless
PerfVcand the rest at different places
a'ohgyhe beach north of IJrown's flats.
Oiie-o'fHhe bishops of this diocese was on
loard, and it is said !v eve witnesses that
he behaved as coolly as an old mariner
during the exciting scenes of the wreck'
It. is suppo-ed that the cash
ier id one of our banks was in
eel: and was lo.-d .
s;tw him lloala:
Liia s w aart, auu
ie sticeee ieu in
i.e.-) f ca
In Cabarrus county, on Feb. 27
Martin reuningcr, age 32 years.
At his home in Morgan township, on
the 5th inst., Mr. Daniel Frick. Mr.
Frick was one of the oldest citizens in
When Baby was sick, wo gare her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
ivTien she became Miss, she chir.g to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gara them Castoria
REPORT OF the CONDITION
DAVIS & WILEY BANK,
SALISBURY, N. C,
At the close of business, Feb. 20, 1S9U
IS RESERVED F(lR
T. F. YOUNG,
WHOSE ADVERTISEMENT WILE
APPEAR AS SO(X AS HE RETURNS
FROM THE NORTH, WHERE HE II At
GONE TO LAY IX A NICE ASSORT
MENT OF DRY GOODS, DRESS LIN
INGS, TRIMMINGS, EDGES, LACES,
AYe are still at our ehl standi
on Main street, vllere"Ae nave
a select stock of WatcheClQcks,
Spectacles, and all kinds .of fiho
Jewelry on hand at the lowest-
Watch repairing a, specialty;.
All work guranteed 12 jmonths:
: J. b K. HORAH. I
JOHN A. RAMSAY, .
CIVIHi 232JC3rI"Kr BEH. i
Attemls to Railroad Construction, Surrcysr-v:::
aml Mapiiin cf lieal Estate,- Estimates ot -
Water Powers, Plans for the Erection of MiTTs,. r
l)veliinrs, &c; ainl-Attenns to the purchase of .
all kinds of Machinery, IUnlding Materials, 4c.
fe! 2 tf .
Dr. R, L. Ramsax
Smithdeal's Row, Office No. l'r
OFFfCE Hours from 9 to 5-
Loan. an i.l dleouuts
r.oniN iind Slocks
Kuril it tire an J li Hires
lU"frou! Itanks and Hankers
H'Tks an J ft her aH items .
Criviicy and specie
. . 20,93s ST.
'This cr.rwlhm was ir,ri entitled sitliin
lu'-ai i'.ij uf i iii' u pul ler the .'Uu r tiny : !
14 W'uuJJ a la:nl rwii nany "-ay in Saii--b
iry V " TaiU tlcju'iuls. IT tin: Linn
a'lux liju lorrh.tl;inl ilit-n so hi -at an'atl
- VancCL of runr.U' it will pay. Tlie lir.st
CDusiueralion lk-od not-bother J he laiul
company, pVovnk'tl they have tlu: where
with, for there hs no tlilli-enlty nbout h'dv
in,; real estate in this t-eniianiiity. .Kut
there is a seeond 'consideration Who
is going to purchase af-advaniee prices? v
We'belieA'e tho,- rule . in other ;-i-oviu.i;.
'Ciiie.s'i.s (lint outsiler.s some one loohini:;
for a suitable Juration to da business, or
real estate speculator are the ones who
arc willing to pay the extra prices. Ih
erfaisc our hotel facilities, improve our
sliest, light them up well at night, moon
or no moon j tear away unsightly buildings
and pint the tethers, and thereby iinhice
people tp come auiong us who 'javc the
means topurchase. , When thest things
are 'done, then.' will be no tliluculty in
t inaintajuing a hind er any other hind ol
Kakinj it Hot for Them..
Tvo,Iornion preachers have been tr; -ing
to get n their work-in this couuKy
for 'sometime. The citizens ol" the neigh
borhoods where tbev have beei'i stoiiUig
are quite indignant and have' ordered
thein to leap. We understand that they
"Jj-ivc decided to go.
Capture cf a Rogue and a Desperate
" ' ; Struggle.
"Will Clark, colored, ' was brongbt to
town Tnesdayahd placed in jail. Jle is
. from Gold Ililr township, and stands
I "cliargwd with breaking into the store oi
' Mr. Hdltshuser, bear llockweH, and
.'stealing a quautityof goods some fijne
' Kadejtjie arrest, but had a lively skir
ir. Clark resisted and was desperate.
j ..Xr.:!" Fisher had al gun. " Tlie . -lieiji-o'
wrenched it out of his hands rhl s'llot ai
diinr, -but Without hitting him, 'Ir..
Frsher knocked him down with a rotk
and in the scufle"thq gun w'as broken,
,Mr Fisher getjing ike gtock. He frro-
'; ee-de to useitand the negrj was socn
; iubduedNand tied,
i ! i'J '1 ISO
ot, looking "atler tlie
id. lie will ;:o over
in I i-.i - and decide upon the
alter which ' he v. ill siart .cut
the . evi i
.Willi a c;
b..eali!:g !. southevu extension of the
i oii.i w ill uc piHue-1 torwardliow. ?
Sallsus y ' pcopie want to bo on the
laoktaif lo- 'apt. Crocker. TheIioajio!:e
vc r c.'U.i.yii is to be .built. ' There are
t.Vo or th:ee ruies. One uf tliem lies
in the diiivei.ion of this eity. if the rail
road comes In re it wilL require prompt
work. , ii'il is not biwlf here, Salisbury
will uq something that liever can-be re
gained, for this will settle the matter of
airbill or line from the North for all time
to coiuc. Froinpt action w ill get t'ne road.
t?ince writing the above, IMsj. Ceo.
C r o c k c r , 1 o c a t i n g c i j g i n e e r o f t h e di o a n o k e,
roiitlnrn has been here. In reply to
our .questions, he stated that the survey
south of Winston would begin about
v deervc's esnccial
.croie eli'orl- :n savinr the
passengers. signal O.'k-er 3Ic-Ca:ni
!'..i.:ed to get his loree t 'get her in time to
be of much service in saving life, but no
doubt lie will be better pro itled with life
boats in future, and. we mod not fear a
repetition of the toiriblo :-cones of last
I ' ii-1 l v i . n-ti pruiiis
DeriiMts Mii.j'-ct to check l "too s:l
,iici scuc.:h.tmisiauuir,ij.. 5,110.411 126.S10.T1
1, SI 5.34
$. 000. 00
Notes and bll
April 1st. Two routes "will be surveyed,
one from Winston via Lexington, GoltU in Hour, baCon, hay, &cs
mil, and probahiy tap the Carolina Cen
oil streets. io 1ms beeu in i
here thiecyear.?. His stock coiisists of
heavy and fancy groceries, provisions,
canned goods, tobacco and cigars,
H. C. MILLKKr .;
Mr. Miller was raised i Salisbury.
He is on North Main strecjt; has been
selling grtieeries since lastj December.
He can it s heavy ami laney groceries,
provisions, cannetl goods, wootlenwarc,
snull, tobacco, ;eighrs ami Ifruits Mr."
Miller luns a free delivery vagou.
' ' - J i
. i TVSV)X & CO. I
This linn consists cf Messrs. H. G. Ty
son and J. I). McNeely. Mr. Tyson
was raised in Baltimore. Mr. MeNeely
was born and raised in Mocksvillc. The
firm has existed about one year. They
arc on North Main street. They do an
extensive commission and produfc bus
iness. They handle heavy: amy fancy
groceries, lish and oystcrs forrctail trade,
and do an extensive wholesale business
l'C-ulS.'QC.i;tP j 9,Ta0.22
t, O.I). !)vis, Cf ..sliir or Davis & Wiley Dank,
(I.) solemnly svr.ir that the above statement is
iriki to the best, n i.iy knowli-dyf and belief.
(. 1 DAVIS, cashier,
subscribed -.a:l sworn to benn-eirie. this mu day
or March, ivi. I. II. Kol'ST,
r!" ., -r
STATErfVILLE, X. C,
r omiiioi: !--: itself to those wlio want the news of
i he d iy and all or It. and who wai.t a candid ex
pression oi opinion u-on current lor ies, it is a sc
enmiiii! papei-. a pa ileularlv.Bari(oine sheet, am!
the people who take it swear b it. Mibserlptlon
pnee, $2 per year. i lor sixnonihs, 50 cents toi
t'iree motlis. Se-nd lor sainjile cojiv.
Address, J. I. c.M.DWEI.!..
Kditor and Prop.
Sinijilc, Durable. Prints- from
clear Metal Typo, does the work of
a $1(X) Machine; Perfect Alignr
nient. Prints Capitals,-Small Let
ters,. Figures and Characters 78
in all. -Price complete, $15." -
Agents and canvassers -wanted..-
Apply to -, r.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Ag't for W. N. C.
Salisbury, rV. C.
"v;"T3L3MT "2323 !-(ne huialred thons
vw iii.o ooiiais in t'onicdciaie money at En
niss Di ug store.
tral at Indian Trail, thence to Lancas
ter, S3. C. Tlie other will be from Winston
to -Salisbury, by Concord and Charlotte
to Lancaster. After the surveys have
been made ami the amount of subscriptions-
considered, a lively time may
be expected before the matter is finally
settled. -But beyond a doubt .Salisbury
will get the road'as we arc on an airline
Died, at Kernersville, Forsyth countv,
on tlie -Uh install-. W. A. Crtiull in
his G7th year. ! - t
lfis health. had not been good for two
years previous Jo his death, and while on
a visit to his son, Dr.. J. F. -Griffith: of
this city, about. a.ycar ajto, exam-
mctt by Dr. Whitehead, wlio pronounce'd
Mr. Parker was raised in
If c has been in the grocery and confec
tionery business about 2-i years, lie
runs a bakery iu connection w ith- his
other business. He carries a full line of
heavy andfancv groceries, canned goods,
toys, cigars, tobacco, fancv kdiinuwarc.
C. II. PW'IXK.
Mr. Swink was raised in Rowan coun
ty, lie has been in the grocery and con
fectionery business on Fast Inniss street
about threcyears. His stock consists of
heavy and fancy groeeries, confectioner
ies, fresh lish and provisions. Mr. Swink
has a branch house in northeast Salisbury.
' J. M. DKOW'X.
Mr. Brown does business on Main
street. ; He was raised in Salisbury. He
the tuouhle valvular disease of the heart, has- been dealing in heavy and fancy
.which disease, after a lingering illness of' groceries, canned goods, toys, fruits,
several months duration, terminated bis j cigars, tobacco &t, for about sixteen
-iife- ' ' ;' - - j yoar.
Jits 4.leath is generally regretted iu j
Forsyth, where he was highly esteemed
as a irood citizen. an uori "lit. h:ut n-in-i '
-i. niecs auoui seven years, lie Ciy ries a
,r . ii. . 4 . L - full line of heavy" and fancvi groceries
die nad been a consistent memfier and t, , ' , . . r ;
; t rtunni goou, eoiiieeiiouei ios ami conn
, K. C. MII.I.KIl.
Mr. Zdillcr has been in theroccry bus-
oflicer in the Methodist Fpiscoiaikhurch
lor a period of forty -six years,. A wife
and six children survive him. -
iry produce. Ir. Miller was the th si
Mr. Famuel L. Roberts, of China Grove
township, has been appointed Dejmty street
rihTerill of Rowan county.',.
grocer here t upstart a free
r. a. cAT'r.i.i:.'
Mr. Cauble Joes business otvEast Inni s
lie was raised six
Mr. Cauble ha '4ccn scllinr.
The ;fbovc is a-g'olnl ihotograph of our
lighting editor, i'&rhap- a brief biogra
phy may be interesting. Hewas born
and raised in Rowan county. He was
raised on bluegrass and oatmeal, hc,uce
his muscles arc fully, developed. It is
estimated that he can ",vVap John L. Sul
livan in 4S secQudg. Cur lighting editor
i.s kind riid docile w hen in a good humor,
but is dangerous when he hears of a sub
scriber refusing to pay Ibr his paper. He
goes armed all the time, but is not quarrelsome.
Wo present ;., .''.-.7 . c
cut of the pis
tol that he carries. It is ham
merless and shoots ten times.
It never misses fire, and is watrjinted to
kill a subscriber at a distance of loO
yards, provided he orders his paper stop
ped without paying what is due.
If vou have Confederate money, call :rt
Enniss' drug store.
See advertisement of the Stat.csville
Land mark, -the mo.-t readable ncwspajier
in the State.
Read the statement of the Davis &
Wiley Bank. It is well couducted and
the liuaucial condition all that could be
Notes From Pressly, Iredell County.
Covre--o:i'enee of the Watrliman.
We have some sickness in this section.
Weddings have been scarce this win
ter. Mr. William Sherrill and Miss Le
na Sherrill both of Alexander county,
w ere married last week.
We have ten school teachers in this
vicinity. I could call and all of them
could hear me that is, if I could call
We have a good academy near this
office. Mr. E. S. 31iilsaps is the princi
pal at Fairview. W. P. J.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Htoria.
A. S. (iEILSG.
SALISBURY, X. C.
( Hl'n-e n Davis vt V"ilcy 's hank loiildmg,
t'orncg oi .Main and Inniss streets. Will prac
tice in ( 011 is of ..owan and a2ioinini' counties.
Prompt an 1 ear Iu! att. 1, ion given to nil 1ms-
iuess entrusted to n:e. S; ecial attention given I
to colli et'ons. 1
1ST EN Tf) WHAT I SAY. -
I begin the new year determined to create such advantages that my friends who
havent time to come down to Charlotte and see my immense stock' can stay at ,
home and buy as satisfactorily as if they saw the-goods on the floor. I have out a.
:t complete line of photos of
which shows up Quality and Styles almost as well as if you saw the go'odt
them -elves. I guarantee every article just as represented, and if you do not
find it so you can return the goods lo me and I. will bear the expense, both Way-
" ' REFUND 10U.T. ONEY. : 1 .
Bv ordering from me through photos you save paying the big prices smaller
d. ders rran-e vou, and your railroad fare to Charlotte. -AVrite me for photos
ufwha" ou want and I Will guarantee to loth please and and save you money.
E. M. ANDREWS, ,
CIIAIU.OTTE, N. C ' .
Office: DURHAM, N. C.
Factories : DURHAM, X. C, and RICHMOND, IA.
This is a Home -Company, manufacturing Fertilizers expressly for
the Farmers. Every pound of goods guaranteed the Highest Grade.
Best Materials. Farmers will always get value received when buying'
goods with these brands on them. Don't buy any goods until you ex
amine carefully what they are offering, and then get their prices. " Ex
clusive manufacturers for the North Carolina-Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of their brands : North CaroliiiaFarmers
Alliance Official Guano, Durham Bull with Peruvian Guano, Durham
Bull Ammoniated Guano, Peruvian Substitute Guano, Great Cotton and
Corn Grower Brand.
Mt. Tauor, X. C., July '21,1S01. , l)r. .. I. Colenian, of Hurdle's Mills,
Mu. W. H. Worth. writes: The Farmers' Alliance Official
Dear Friend and Urothcr: I sec (-ua:lu VA Kiven general satisfaction
vour jv(iie.t to business agents who jn fliis iocalit v. and we rejgice that
'.,t the "Alliance Guano' to -report 't,js mch of our tffort in securing a
In. iv the nfi-sons liked it, and how it
aetetl on our soil. I have seen or
heard from all. and tiny say they have
never used better, and wish it next
season if they can get it.
J. Soles Bus. A'"t No. ISO.
1 "tiaiio has been fraught with
J. II. Lyne, business agent of Dutch
viile Alliance say.: The "AlluiUfe"
.veil en4, jre satisi..etion.
( i u.iiio has g
Hon. J. p.' Allen, TirasnrerN. C
Alliance, O. Falls, N. C, tvy
that thV''A 11 innce"' Guano gurf him
and his Alliance good results aiA
proved iirst-c!assin every wa'.
T. Ii. Barker, laywofKl, N. P.,
under date -f August 1, 18ft), SayVjl
Menibprs of May wood Alliance like
the Alliance"" "Guano splendid,
iind the hot 'crops I have seeu in
a long time.