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LEXINGTON AND QAYiDSON COUNTY.
Lexinffton Dispatch, Febmary 87th.- .
The people of the town fcave
had an opportunity this week to
communicate with the' Solicitor
' upon the subject " of lawlessness,
and they can show .next week by
their works whether they want
blind tigers, immoral houses and
gaiuuiuig ueus. li tney aou t
want a disoensarv thev
-at j - J o
question when -the grand jury
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out whiskey and the dispensarv
and gambling., but work talk
louder than words.
Monday night it was narated
around that a certain gentleman
who loves the click of the festive
chip had "peached' on she poker
population, and would appear be
forethe grand 'jury and tell all
he knew. He Bad been seen at
mor spread. Immediately some
thing was doing and excite i in-,
dividnals might-have been seeu
discussing animatedly the reports
ea vpeacniug." As to the truth
of the rumor nothing can be said,
but whether truthful or not, U
In the new arrangements at thi
postotnce tnere will be a city car
w tuuuwriuu ib is opea tn.Ht
the same will be in use within ;
year. Lex i n gton has a bou t rea h
ea tne mace where oitv ru iiv
B v . L n ii inii . a . i r. vi if. n i no u
separate window for money or
uBiB Buu uue iur regibnerea mail.
The now nftsincr an. -I fnmifnra io
'ltn.tn.tift.tA nnH rtrmvA- ianfc anil
tteome will rfet uinch easier.
RsttTfcSYiLlE AND IREDELL COUNTY.
Watch man's Latest and Biggest
iBDroiBDiifs at DfiDOt. Remains of Dis-
lU-i filler nutflt Fnnnil -"...
: . MMVI Willi . I HI
Continue till June ist.
If you Want a Good Buggy Don't Fail to.Gtet
Busy at Once.
The biggest and best proposition in the way of a voting
contest ever offered by The -Watchman Js herewith set on
foot. The conditions -are brief and the prize is great. Now
is your opportunity to get a splendid one-horse buggy with
out thejmtlay of a di me on your part. You want a " good
buggy and -wewant to increase the circulation of the
Wamchman, hence we inaugurate the followingiug voting
contest. Kor every cent paid on subscription one vote will
be given, except subscriptions brought in by some onead
ing as an agent, in which case two votes for each cent paid
will be given. Voting coupons .with the number of votes to
which - one is entitled theron will be issued to all who
make payments. These coupons must be deposited at the
office of the Watchman to be counted and credited to the
No one connected with the Watchman force in any man
ner will be allowed to enter the contest, but all others now
subscribers are invited to help in any manner they can.
Work for yourself or help some one else to get it.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUGGY.
We haven't a suitable cut
of the buggy which some
lucky person will receive at
the expiration of this contest,
but in a general way we ban
say that it is a No. 12 Bia
mond buggy made by the Du
rantDort Carriage Co. 1 is
of the open side bar type and
one of the best makes on the
market, substantial and firsts
class in every DarticularIt
can be seen by calling at tlfel
Barber Buggy and fjo to l
vytruiirii fcirrci. liiwc geutiriucu win laxvo tvacuiQxiui i oi oatnn was turnea over
showing it and giving any information about it tnat may be Deputr Collector Davie
There has been on exhibition in
the show window of tht Rmn.v.
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.tflvil Landmark, March Jst.
?jf Kamsenr. supermtf iiamit ot
ybhe Asheville division of the
.Boathern railway, was in States-
witn . Uepot Agent, Maber m re-,
gard to the improvements to be
)aiade at the Statesville station;
The plans for the new telegraph
tower, which is to be built at the
station, are complete and work
will begin in a few days. 'The
tower will be an up-to-date struc
ture and will be situated just west
of the passenger station. The
first floor of the building will be
Tised for a baggage room and will
be a great 5onveniencf compared
with the preseut arrangement for
Mack Woodward," the young
man - who was accidentally shot
Monday evening by the. discharge
of a 38 calibre pistol in the hands
of Markua Williams in North Ire
dell, was brought to the sanatori
um Tuesday morning for treat
ment. It was found that the ball
entered just below the ribs on the
right side, penetrated a number
of - intestines and lodcred in the
muscles of the back. The patient
is doing nicely and will recover.
Deputy : Sheriff. J. R, Albea
found m a secluded place near
Hiicmony. a fw days ago. a bar
rel containi: m quantity of what
was supposed to be spirits, the
cap arid, worm of a distillerv and
a qbantitjr of ;meal , -The barrel
and contents cap and worm were
ugu. .o, town. . ine conteors
CONCORD AND CABARRUS COUNTY.
Cltf Officials liar Have to Refold Silirlcs
Tftey Pali TittmselTes.
Comco rd Times. March lat. .
A called meeting of the city al
dermen was held Tuesday night
to discuss a matter which had re
cently been sprung. It seems that
some one had discovered that
there was no authority for the al
dermen receiving the sum of $100
a year each as compensation, and
the matter was referred to their
attorney, L. T. Hartsell, He
!ooked into the matter and advis
ed them Tuesday night that that
there existed no authorit y t .
allow them to draw a y compeu
satijn whatever. The aldermen
began drawing salary In 1890 and
up to three years ago each mem ber
drew $24 a year. Since that
time they have been t?ettii)g $100
a ' year each, It seems from At
torue Hartsell 's opinion that all
salaries are illegal, and unless
some relief is given by the Ugis
lature, each man will have to re
fund all that has been paid him.'
It is hoped that the matter may
be adjusted in this way
Chief of Police Boger yesterday
received a letter from the chidf of
police of Maysville. Ky., saying
that a man w ho gave his name as
John Bogle, or Bokle, had been
struck by fre i g h t t r ain
thnr . Sauday night and would
probably 4ie. H - said he was
from (Xoncord and Had relatives
here. ; T1W man had been in the;
employ of railroad contractots:
there. There . are noipeoplar; "irf
this section by thatiame. ' The
letter did not say - whether- the
man is black or white; : Several
ALBEUARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
Ltitberus Want Rw. UcCallcBgli Ha
.Dletf on Date As
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ffitanly Enterprise. February 88th.
dn Jttfiuary 23rd, we addressed
a request to the superintendent of
railway mail service at Washing
ton, asking that an additional
mail clerk be put on the Yadkin
railroad, and received the follow
ing in reply: "It will not be
practicable at this time to place
an additional clerk on the Yad
kin railroad, but your suggestion
that the present clerk perform
rvice on trains 23 and 54, in
stead of ov 21 and 22 has been
complied with, and the change
becomas effective with this date.
It is thought that the service un
der this change will be. more sat
isfactory " It is to be hoped that
iafrron it will be wholly practi
cable and the service will demand
Rev. H. A. McCullough has re- -
signed the presidency of the North
Carolina Collegiate Institute at
Mt. Pleasant. If this is accepted
he will accept the call to the pas
torate of the :. Lutheran church at
this place. Dr. McCullough has
preached in; Albemarle several
times and was moat ordiallv re.
ceived and well liked. The local
Lutherans will indeed be fortu
nate to secure him 'and.vthe town
w il 1 profit .JCowjaipjnV aa;a
citizen. The ooneaplari
rmrcj rthejaieaf nlu1ndrn2:
strengthen the work:
The death of J. T
curred at bis : home in - the lower
of 'the couhtvpn jtrie 19th
m - T -sssJJM-
A large part of the population desireil. Remember pome one will get it without fail. If
f the town and vicinity is laid von want, nne whv not. make an effort to cret it?
p with colds, grippes and pneu
moma. uat witn - s'u m m e r
weather oneday, sleet the next, During this contest we have decided to make the most that attracted attention. They
and something else the next, it is liberal prices possible tor lull year subscriptions, i ney.are are oi large aimensions, lapenng
- .a i oMQ. as follows: down to shary pointed toes, the
navioata 1HE W ATCHMAB, BllJglt? BUHiSUl iytiUU, UC W Ui lunwcw.. I I toeS turning OUb Hi IQ6 6QQ 1DIO a
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Thomas, .the little
Scarlett, who lives
son of Isaac
hook which might be used to ad-
a. -4 r t
In clubs ot two or more, ,! year, new or renewal, eacn. -oJ vantage in a wrestline match.
1 . 1 I m. 1 J I A J. JT A. 1 J n . v 4.1,. W I
eigm mnes inose WUO enter ine cumeBtiur lueuiam tuc uuggjf, Th h erdered for Dock.
. . i m a m . . i r
the colored porter at the Hotel
E. O. Crowson, who for the past
few months has been running a
Tne state oi tne roads now is
best, expressed by "impassible."
People who have had to travel
any distance to get to court have
had a hard time of it.
Rockefeller And His $32,000,000.
m i Ann rrr sss a natronaKe.
ine sum oi saz.uuu mju must oe r , v... :tt;i cifir, .thi. ttt nnj
DUUiSul lUOlO MAOiV j I iiiiivgu va Buiv uiiug ijli i vy ti a-a vn
ttl.U Un pou- jUOIUU
since. It is probable that
is he. :
known citizen of Enoch ville, died
last Wednesday night after an ill
ness of ten days of the grippe.'
He was 75 years of age, and leaves
his wife, who was a Miss Shoe, of
No. 8, and three sons. He as a
tanner by trade, and had lived in
Enochville about 15 years, He
was a native of Scotland, and
drew a pension or recivt d a reve
nue from England of $10 a month.
He was a good citizen and a man
.f splendid intelligence. He was
liked by all who knew him and
north of Lexington, was bitten will be guided by trie above, but snouia tney want otner
hv a rhid dncr ift.t. Fridftv. Hft information we wiil be tflad to furnish them with same
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was brought to Lexington to have Subscriptions ior less man outs year win uo ai tuo rate ui
ft madstone aoulied and it stuck $1.VU.
tri the wnnnd for 44 honra.
At,v nnp whn enda ns five subscriotions and &2.50. will RaPeP at bPnne UoPe 18 m 'OWD
hH ?iven one vear's subscription free. 18 011 a oeal Wltn J- A- Uart
Anv one sending us ten subscriptions and S5.00, will be ness with a view to taking charge his death is generally regretted in
given a copy of the San Francisco Earthquake book. Value of the Mascot and it is undnrstood the community.
! 50. that the trade has been made and
The Walchman will continue as it is with whatever im- wm go info effect today.
provement we may be able to mane upon it. it asKs tne
Support ui an guuvi ycupic aixvx ""' w "' v"" Qj M-.i. pnw Arfwprtlspm nf
rJill JNve. tlie Humorist, once
enormous indeed, 4t is so great Ljates. New candidates may be brought out at any time, had a cow to sell, the stcry goes.
tnat me minas oi. men canuoi y e for wnom you wisn and as otten as possible, llie can and advertised her as follows:
comprehend it. But with all of didate who gets the most votes will be awarded the prize. h'6winff to mv ill health. I will
UU IT U1WU "3 MV . W.tI.K
its immensity, it loueht not be
large enough to coyer the multi
tude of sins for wnicn tne man
who gives it to the'"cuse of edu
tbation" is responsible, and with
all its power it ought not be s-trong
enough to destroy the living fac
that civiliztition will have fail d
whenever vice cau b transformed
into virtue by the contribution of
money, and the habitual law-
breaker is lost sight f in the Hon
ized hero because he has poured
into the lavs af edtreaJtqrs p irt of
the enormous sums of gold he has
taken-from a people whose laws
he has brazenly defied and whr ee
substance he has systematically
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V Tettif, Salt Rheum and Eczema-
These are diseases .for which
Chamberlain's Salve is especially
valuable. ' ftv quickljallays the
itching and smarting and soon
effects a cure. Priced ?5 cents.
Fr sale by James PJnmmer, Sal
isbury, and Spencer Pharmacy,
Spencer, N, C.
n a it r. 1 I 11 . A J .J 1 A.
Tne nrst m tne neia generally stanasa goou cuaiica iu ,flH ,mfl i t.nn.hin
A. 1 4X.4. X' ll. 1 I " " "'J . . , '
win, so u you are goiug to iua. au ,mo. i ior iuc uukkj- l9 ral,geM8, aepdrding to tb. goT
word to the wise is sufhc.ent. Any other information tnr- - A ; .
to - "
Wm. H. otewart,
Salisbury, N. C.
Do net Crowa tile Season. .
The rirst warm days of spring
bring with them a desire to get
ut and enjoy the exhilirating air
and sunshine. Childnn that have
ben housed up all winter are
brought out and.you wonder where
they all came from. The heavy
winter clothing is thrown aside
and many shed their flannels.
Then a cold wave comes and peo
ple say that grip is epidemic.
Colds at bhis season are even more
dangerous than in m;d winter, as
there is more danger of pneumo
niae Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, however, and you will
have nothing to fear. It always
cures, and we have never, known a
cold to result in pneaflaoniaJWhen
it was used. It is pleasattt and
safe to take.. Children CUke-it.
For sale by James Piummer Sal
isbury, and Spencer' Phariptfcy'i
Spencer, N. C.
Must Haie a Charmed Life.
Ellis Bare, of Ashe, who with
his team and wagr.n. fell off the
'Jumping off Place" on the Jef-
feriori road beyond the top of the
Blue Ridse, last week, and was
reported dead, was still alive at
last accounts and it it probable
he will recover. He had been to
North Wilkes boro after g jbds and
was returning with a load. "The
bluff where the team slid off from
the road is some 400 or 500 feet,
almost perpendicular. One mule
was killed, the otner it living. It
is remarkable that Mr. Bare still
lives Wilkeaboro Chronicle.
berry cow, aged eight years. She.
it of undoubted courage and gives
milk frequently. To a man who
does not fear death iu any form
she would be a great boon. She
is very much attached to her pres
ent home with a stay chain, but
she will be sold to any one who
will agree to treat her right. She
is One-fourth Shorthorn aud three-
fourths hyena. I will also throw
in a double barreled shotgun,
which Roes with her. In May
she usually goes away for a week
or two and returns with a tall red
calf with wabbly legs. She is
named Rose. I would rather sell
her to a non-resident." Batten's
We w: re shown this week the
plan of the proposed new Metho
dist church at the Gibs n mill, to
be erected scon. It is a hand
some small church and will cost
about $1,800, It is expected that
the church will beready for oc
cupancy by June. Afterwards
churches of the same kind will
be erected at both the Brown and
Mrs. M. R Line died at her
iiome in Coddle Creek township,
Iredell county, near the Cabarrus
line, on the 19th. She was the
widow of Joseph S. Lipe, a Con
federate soldier who died during
over the day on. which? the died.
JEL is father and three" brothers ar
saldtcayegl led on February
19th, a nd a stfange fatality seems -to
fiave surrounded, that date with
the family. ; "
B. A. Foreman is out again af
ter the little attack of smallpox
and has returned to his work as
a traveling salesman. We ha r e
heard of no intimation that there '
is dantrer os a spread of the dis
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. WinecofT
were called to China Grove last
week by the news of the death of
Luther Miller, an uncle cf Mrs,,
Winec ff. Mr. Miller waa a high
ly respected citizen of Rowan.
A recent snow storm at the city
of Mexico astonished the inhabi
tants. It was the first in 50 years
of any consequence, and many
people had never seen any. The
effect produced by snow on ba
nanas, palms and other tropical
growth, was wonderful indeed.
Health la the Canal Zoie.
The high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our youug
artisans to join the' force of skill
ed workmen needed to construct
the Panama Canal. Many are
restrained however by the fear of
fevers and : malaria. It is -the
knowing ones-those who have us 3d
Electric Bitters, who go there
without this fear, well knowing
they are safe from malarious in
rluencei with Electric Bitters op
Faster and'faster the pace is set,! fValid-LCures blood poison too,
n hrtionsness. weakness and all
Any one in need of a first-class So if at the finish you would be stomach, liver aud Sidney troa
Kaa--will drwwA.l to read oer Take Hollister's Rookv Mountain Dies, uuaranweu , ov wug
our buggy proposition on thispage. I- Tea. T W. Grimes'Dru, gists. 80c
The News-No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed, if all
Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop'a
Cough Cure ls-and has been for
20 years. The National Law now
requires that if any poisons enter
into a cough mixture it must be
printed -on the lael or package.
For this reason mothers and oth
ers, should insist cn having Dr.
S hoop's Cough Cure. No poison
marks on Dr. Snoop's label -and
none in the medicine, else it must
by law be on the label. And it's
not only safe, hut it is said to be
by those that know it best, a tru
ly remarkable cough remedy.
Take no chance particularly with
your children. Insist on having
Dr. whoop's Cough Cure. Com
pure carefully the Dr. Shoop pack
ge wit h others and see. No pois
on marks thert'J , You can always
oe on the safesiaV by demanding
Dr BhoopVougCure. Simply
I refuse toecep4;nyother. Sold
by.primes Drug Store,