- - m
Our Graded School,
of wliich all have been no-croud for a h
or two past, has been made the subject f
. .!...: i . . ' i . -
criticism 01 laie to an extent, ; we think,
wmcn cans on uie commissioners to give it
some special attention. Thev : const! tnt
T. K. BRUME It UANAC.EIt.
The Walker Murder.'
T. F. lloxaey, John C. and Win. ;lVu
J., tvcrei here
meeting of the
'1I 1 1 , V"f Tannarv wme;. special .attentioa. ; They constitute uington, of Patterson, N.
AmlftlWat the authority to regulate the operations of last week attending a
6 8ttb'fX ows : " the institution, and its best interests will Board of Directors of Dn
i be us lw "iri4 ffelJSO doubtless be mora fffirifnlW nrnmnfol r
th s,2,00 proper exercise of their functions than ia I - -
ective evstem is not necessary to the Anier-
ian inannfaplnrpr Itv reviowincr tVio riBA
. J -. f . 1 .W... - ....... . ... W WJV".." ... W
tliA killinc of Wal-1 and progress of these industries, and . show
i i vvnt. .iffir. fhear the divid- inS that long before protection, or a reve-
- i - .' - W. . - . . nue tariff, was dreamed of American man-
inline between this and fctanij couniyj, ufactUrer crtiiipcted with those of England.
jl;it week, was a most horrible, deliberate I . j ', - r 1 - ;
USERS AND GAnDH
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
Ill iLUk . .. T
P-vn!!!.:f .waved 12 mouths 2.50 1 llft(M,iMi an- ktw
has been suffer-
J..B,U T wwld. .He was
..Xnlnit last Sunday. v
. n:U .i.,if.h choir excells iu
j . . ' v wmk i uuoa &o nun uv a j
Thora a m mvatcI a v n w nlita . Em l Out In: ? . . t . .
...v.v .v ov.uia. cAaiujicj iu mo uuu iiivcr mine. - new oiiu iicn ueposicsiiave
of surprising success, the secret of Which been opened. Prospects overreach; their
migt be profitably to studied. Charlotte most sanguine expectations! I
has the lanrest Graded School in the. Stat.
numbering over 600 daily attendants, And
i . s ! ' : ' f.
ntid cold-blooded aeL Tit is said that rev
enne ofScers had made, a! raid, as they
call'it, in the neighborhood the week pre
vious, destrojing some property belong
ing to illicit distillers. It is a rumored
fact that the Fralej boys have been block
ading for years iu defiance of the law.
Tlmr nlwATR carrr their cons with tlieui
ml ' V -,- ! w
For thn Watrhman.
Dear Watchman : Havin? ; been verr
suddenly seizedwith a violent attack of
MCacoethes scribendi,, your columns will
ha mr obi ective txict. ?; .5 ,
. Whpro alhall 1 hpoin 7 wit h t.hA wpat.IiprT
WelL Vennor certainly bit it for January.
nwtmidnv tia arn wintr mnnth TT
says that February will do better hope he
knows. w nai nexs i - urops i uei me teu i
I - . ' - - I I
- 0..... fPi. .i.. J- v. n ;tnd when' tb fai ed . be . temptuc j um rmm m liid mths tab e-S7 to 10.
V rTTiVnedtlieiiaa- miaiUn in lin "thm nf fir.t leaking out some marveloasly rich ore, off d a bribea dollar 1 When this was BequUscdt in pace 11 think your readers
Ber. W. J- has icned tie pas missiouers in redncingUie payprfirst .fariou6ly e$tiuiated at from several to ZleA and his nateonlvsared the break- would eniov heading the outline of the
iloftuc litherai. church of thweitj, grade teachers from $40 to 30 j month , tooooOpeV ton It is In a hard blue 8 pate only sTeu the break- J , yen b
fnt?wlt Li u-charue at -Roanoke ig Hkelv to result in the abolishment, or T':: " ,1 . , ing by a compi-ehenwonof thevastigno-
I ' i' u Tc!Hirci. at this place loses disorganization of all the schools taught S 'W and ra"Ce f th aP,Hcant' 16 " of casualties, I will chronicle
Sty, ViU l-T " -.mJJ --iT- freogold. Judge Iugies and Jlr. Hig-1 2 . k in8ultinff lancuajre th AriSaa results of a fit. Andrew Hyde'
itUful, f uj v w m. ,r y gins are interested in the property. ; v : r nnntinn 1 iMf"n". inred. whilst under the influence of one
i ri iixh iimb lun iirju ii w u luiiifi u w n . i Liin t t I . i i
... i r f nArnliurdt
icai aim 1 ' "
: a large busiuess in grain,
ititliuesii nan olttUU
ince of the Board of Commissioners' to see
that no just cause exists for such persons to I
harm an institution designed to perform so
important a wort as tnis.
Rich Find. On Monday last, Ilicks
Crowell and Jake Coyle, who ha vp been
oneninir the "Old Barrincer." now known
as the Gold Valley mine, four . miles be
low Gold HHlt in the edge of Stanly conn-
i. ii ct aiwajs can men guua " " un r- -
in town and wood,1 for what purpose, the iUiW " TJ . r TW T3'
. - . ' . . ., KlFirst. a field of cotton white unto the har-
wntor does not conjecture. It has been t $ ln next field a number of hands
officer oij this J picking cotton j in the next, hands gather-
t..L.s :,i. I belosriue to another party, still untouched.
UUI1UCS9 Tt ALU U I , " . - - V
. , . i . . i uomine on, uie nui mau x aw nu gam
where tkey had 1 ering and on the next place they were
Tin vsita nonse to see an omcer. I nponarimr for a. "cotton meinner' lor tsatur-1
l'"-- I . W 1' " . . a
the "boy sn brought their guns inside, and day.r 1 also saw a sorgnum maxer aaay or
.. .. ... .4 - . I a Kofniw who aaid he had lust finished ,
even "trailed arms" to t ne pnrate apart- ; r-u Wm Md that his own
ment of the officer up stairs. On another WJW xxi lying in the shed untouched,
occasion an officer on duty was approach- but that he was going to make it next I
ed by the younger brother of this mur- All thu too in the month of February !
J - . . - nan tliAno1dest inhabitant beat it 7
Ucrcr SUU I III yiVi. iuucu iv wiun uiw.nu-
ta''1" . . Ii ii. Plirrl,. nml will
Mr. Tlhir,p Vn nas.nio cu i... ..u-
Tl. pHC,,,,y ihebricK resiuen.e
r (, :.. u..il Hill-Mil KtitM-trt.
. i-niwr oi jmii". '
bcri! on a v
I. Ashe, sister of Mr.'. Dr.
I teachers in the county. They in conven
tion assembled, on Saturday last,) passed
the resolutions presented in another col
umn.' :-:''r " !
The Commissioners had, or fancied
they had, reasons, for reducing the pay.
What these reasons were
informed." -They may
amount appropriated w
"Pol. Anderson. Clant. Ltwranrft and
i Drl V. P. Lawver, M. IL., Assayer to the
u. J3. aunt aii asuiuguu, visiicu . vxuiu
Hill last weeic. l uev were escorieu
Li.U i.a leu mw me ure, uu
n,cvu'-' r" burned las to render his recovery a very
character of the persons from whom this d5ubtful. Drs. Summerell and Clement
"murder most fonln has eminated. No- amputated one of his legs above the kneej
thing but the denunciation of this mur- and consider his situation critical i
der is meant no sanction of the reve- r.7t. Arrt.h. -Rniaehnal Rprtnr and
IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT!
WITH IT you can put out evenly and uniformly
Your Stable Manure, Compost, Muck, &a, , ! "
- . - ... -. v ' - - . " E:f rf-..-- ..
rTON EIGHT OR TEN ACRES PER DAY.jQEl C
i r. lv in. rnpnimi hiiii uiiml cuiLicub mai.iiiii& wa iiiu aiuu a u v t. u . . ivmvw
j through the various works by MrJ VVm. nue system, or of the depredations com- Liy Ine roof of the Manse had become broadcast, single drill or in two rows at once any width and in any desired quantity.
I Ti ulnar, the Stnncj'intp.ndf'nt. and Mr. E. I ..r. fr..q tKU fi.onnont I V,Cf v.r.lf av Knt as it has been comi-1 Th f.rmpr wilt, in one Tear, fret back manv times the Drice of the farm rifrht and ma-
tlm niiltli. in not-1 " x j , I IIllllDIA u ioicuuquuiwio nuvtiuuuir guiucnuai unv;;j" ' i . ...,..---- j -- . . . . ., . .
,uiepuoiicisuoii. u i i t . i , I i.i i n,A no fmat. that now it I in th infreofl iM of liift eron alons. to sav nothinsr of monev saved which he
fear that the) their entire satifactiou. wilh the manner V bnoS on tiiemseives by atro- F 1 . Wetmore no longer, save has been naTimr for fertilizers, and the permanent improvement of his land. 1
111 not !rnn the I the diflTrent works
bad been laid out for cious deeds. I I: . i th followinor certificates from Louisiana nlanters. where the machine was in-
I. m muuBi . - a.vm. w - - - q . j
correspondent, we vive the following: church Sn April for the first time, in thirty . ' - t
I - nMk uvaot Atnetivi n lit - t WW l
I UUAVAliA i AttlDflf iAVlOIAlia VUIJ WVUl(
u v m w w.' m - ' i ;
Id daughter of Dr. MitcS;elT, schools the required four months; and the future and permanent working of the
i ii ... i 1 I . . . . it. - c i xi iio.
t . ller uome ia iu '""l- mar. ijv reuuciuc uie pav. tn liio uesi.
Market nnttanged at Kluttz's Ware-
1 li issk
the best i i, t n. ' .1
-r - - r . - i jjr. ijawver weni inrouen uie uiiuer
teachers in the county, they can jsave the rroumi WOrks at the Old Field aud was
trouble (!) of levying a special jax, pro-1 highly pleasod with the prospec
j vided for by law, to meet just sueir cases.
Is this true economy 7 Is it economy at j : The Wclborn Mine.
all! Oris it that kind of cowardice
ml ;.l! IT 1? Tirll... mamamIIm I vr AA a
iue victim, 11. r. mi.ei, nao gcutimijr ij j v. ,
roanctA nnr AfppmfH hv th mmmnnitv I And now as my attack nas paruaiiy sun
prospects there." in wnicn he has for the last year been re sided, I will adjourn pro tan, - j
,1in(r A wholfi-fiouled gentleman ; a Feb.iO '83. VYWl)LEAF.
w lk R,"Vi . . Q -- T . . performance of his dut
li tarorg of official self-preserTation, ' property, 0 miles irom LexiDgion, he faan(1 Qf
rinduced by the fear that an ignorant U operated by Messrs. Fuller & Culdwell, two children berelt of t!
mom Viot- nf tha ATrf hnHiar fhlirf.h At Alh.
marie : a man who never shrank from the! Hy4e
performance of his duty, ne nas tallen by j wmien.
and fino . grades
iu demand and
,..-.i;;.i.i-fcn'8.. A Rowan farmers which
!l.,u i i. 1.; r,l.f m-nilj. 1 on nrinrlnpfl
..... aviW'Mfilt CflllS, llic iiiguc. . -t-.. rf - 1 I 1, t:....i
.11 II " ': - I . . - II: . 12 I U 111! IM llliaiMI 111 M I I I ni-l,
' i - i v An n-oa 1 r ii w mi 111 1 pi i 11 1 1 n hai-.i iii 1
cial guillotine to relieve certain public I
seryants (!) of their arduous labors. II his mauageiueut took charge last ,ect some back Ux dUe OQ brandy which
Hence the economic act. Is the reduc- June, since which tune tuey nave noisteu Fraley had distilled last autum. Not find
tiou of the already small pay of the best from two shafts, 300 tons of ore-complex ing Fraley at his house, he drove down to
Iii i .L.U 1. lenU. ami brown ore. the .tollhouse, and hitching his horse, went
uueu, auu iuubk uiwuuguij i.... v.- , iQ one was mere. Dut on leaving me
i ..i i . HAa.Mw if.t.rw i trii I . . in . lis Ljvvi ii.o k luv i mu ...w . v
UCHLU1B Ul UIO UVUUIJ cvwmmjj " ., - -
. ,-i.i..f..t i.i- ruiHiid.
if, ii jj;-wsim has written u a let-
A. "'ft,- -
. . . i . k..v,.u.- a etntpmAi l ni:ii iu
tpr asKHIg iw wi tww y..- r---.
last weeK-'s bwhji- iu i
. i i.r.ncu nml ir rani
lllg auair VHm-"
HI letter 1.44" argument, with advice to
loeuintr a wrfa an1
i v ua vv iiv auu
Lhcir friend and sup-
I Mr. Walker went to the house of one
- David Fraley, of Harris Township, to col
ja.se l. i u t , i .. j .i.:
in this countv shall not exceed $30 per
. . L l.A.nfA.a
- r . , I IMUUkll, kuciciuic
hrn hp saw a man Ivino1 on his hack on r ...j t Ti.t tVio tnoplipra nf
.,lv n.Pi.fioii th thiecs, common sense, and the! spirit of Utruction of their nulls and furnaces. Mill the hill above the house, with a gun across Rowan County, hereby express our regret
:tnv7il f..f rtn tlm his bodv. Mr. Walker annroached him. . tha f ollnwri n or rpaamis : '
i him the benefit of this de- ia Law, aaj not. ir is an ou rageous, :y T but when within thirty yards the man "uTiThaUt wUl drve from the county
The affair was wanton waste, of both the people's money, upp r0,. 'i , " jumped up and poin-ed his gun as if to fire man;nrst erade teachers, and prevent
lid the Childrens' more precious time, urusuer, capauioui u.cuk.u u m - u him Mr walker exclaimed "Uon't otuel tlkchers trom coming among us
This is to certify that we have used Brown's Patent Distributor, and can say EVERY
THING in its praise, as it distributes stable and barnyard manure, cotton seed, etc.,
i ..nirarmiv in QTir ilpairpfJ miantitv. both in sinrle drill and two rows at once
. tr,t'iy UJ1U uunwi in. j am " j b
has died since the above was ftn w;th Wc further recommend it for its cheapness and simplicity, as there is not a
piece about it but what can be had on every farm, which enables everyone to be his own
repairer. Signed, 'J- I
iCnrthWatphman. I Tl C Mf)T?f3 AN. C C SMITH. A fi BUUUfill,
I .,- . . ... . TlTTf AT TAO 4 T1AWWT T
Itesoliitions of the TeachersrAs- W L DeGraffeheid, T j wiwjakb, vy v; j n MFnraETH
j sociation. TIIOS WOOD, D FAULK M L BOWMAN, J R MERIDETH,
" And a host of others.
Whereas, The County Board of Educa- . . o
tion, at their last meeting, ordered that the gf This Machine took the first prize medals at all Western State Fairs in 1880,
pay of 1st grade teachers of public schools where it was exhibited.
-.ffipwiu &icM -hind
matter t( iri'
t,ial:Ml IihIIio pistol."
reportrtl jut s it was heard on the streets
r,. i r rfc rM.A9i ikSifi f-r 1 minutes. 0a same floor, next to tue shoot !" buteems: that Fraley intended tourt antra era in thn nrofpJWlOn.
Us -o I iUO ttU b . I. . . . ji.. t .... I fin." half nrnv. hit baelr. At that moment I ajtu.i : Jit n.n vnnmr toahora
.ft , . i i I tfM!ttinr mvaii a rammon '-school educa-1 ureaKer. is a ary puiverMiuK uiaunuc, mv,-.. . - u m . Ft.bUH ;.b
TLei, latiboen several book agents attaining even a common .WJJ I of J From th, the gun was discharged and five rifle bul- from thoroughly preparing themselves for
w. Thev were not tonuue- "on nieagre wueeu. wu uiuum. - r-r-- " , , . I lets entered nis Dotty. uis norse, naiurauy their profession. ,
" , T.,lt T. ..... ,...f " i 'i a vear ! Winter monUis through rain pulverizer uie coarser maveiun uipa iu-1 a fractl0U8 animal, commenced rearing and ;3d (That it is contrary to the spirit of th
4- . . . .
i .iiil.tr nph . not inmeded a year! wiuier monwis iurugu mm r.v. r- i irouuuu ttutiun vH"" ?f;" I 3d,i mat h is con
tied, and th speech .is not mipeucti j . iJ t a hnmu-r. while the finer particles are strutrjrlimr where he was tied, but Mr.u.vAAl lw nf IMI.
, ...i,i,f - ,f l,u,f,rii1(i.iin ni- nir an. UU BDOW, BUU Oilier cuiu moj 6, . - J:fl..H.. k!m lr'r. . . .1. --n i.:11..
uyajfn- 1 1.'. ifnn...Bwi, :ith- blown into a dust chamber iu the peaKot na.m, vicr urmy, rr n, mat sucn action wiu .p ;
it d adrought them ton "7: 1 the roof. From the dust chamber and '"V11? the Pro , 0 1 In
.. i ....1- 1. .- njliinfal I Rr LlllUUi'll HU1CU OIUUW1 i. I 1 1UU) tUC lUilU. XXfc .nu u wun, v. Ul.. I fniltirv r J . ill U liUUlV.
IlimiCr IUU1U WUl IIWMIW .irtiu " . . .. Ii il. J, ....i.....l t .vnnir a . .1 . r: i . -11 - r. HT I if., 1
" - : - it i n.nfnM '1'iua m-iimi i uuDiwi. i ii o uiu ia wu t uiivuiu w .nlWi M nuesvuie UBIOIB Jlf . 1 ICS. lUCl- I
mwusiuds of relief. On Legal Uow, T:: mCT " .7 hi chu e to a olatform on top of the furnace, Wsstore. announcing that he was shot all
wc lietiee Alii. Ln
SinsiB Mines $12 In G1A of Two or More, $11.
gpAgents wanted in every County in the State; Address,' j
BROWN & NICHOLSON, Proprietors,
Charlotte, JC C. )
:: - :- y):.-,
B. H. HARSH, Agent & manufacturer,
''' Salisbury, N. C.
ters : , i
vcTfiaToor of tEe board i. .tabliDg-blU i" the ebute to a platform too of Iho furaace to
rritto Tu UW Zr- child', pr.gr,... Tlern.StrfiT. tl,.ir b. it U mixed witli eh.-cal.. ad t
o, Wllttcn 111 DOUl cnarac .. . , J ' , 0...1 tKi. i..t t h furnace to be .
revolvers aijd shot guns on tho "shelf.
Call aud !i-ve volii" orders.
' i f 4 o - -
Bir. FdiL The Biff Four Minstrels
will give? a peifoiinance in the Opera
tn nipfrea. He was removed from the buirerv
AUU I - ucx
... I 211111 uidUcu KJU utu iu Aua iiivuvu a wuuw
...ii i i.i H..A -n.i fir.1 dronned thence into the iurnace to be . a 0 aA
irrade teachers the cheapest class of in- roasted. Furnace is 30x8 feet, with ca- Dr. Anderson was quickly on the spot,
atrnctori This economv is tjie kind that pacity for roasting 2 tons in two aud a and extracted three bullets, one remaining
stiuctors. mis economy is iio l , T . .. n. . and one. which entered near the spine at
. . t i i 1 1 i it iifiiirH uiiii ia mi iiini i in Lru Liiau no ' .
robs tue next generation i i quou'ui i -
to nave tue name pass uuueiuraiu mca
iu bottom of furnace, not coming in con
tact with ares at all. From the furnace
the ores aro dropied to a cooling-floor,
which is the second floor of the mill.
Thence it is conveyed to the four amal-
F. J. Muedock.
A. W. Owen,
JlftitO BOXO PUBLICO.
... ,.f i- . . . . . ." . J
Nitro giycuTine miernai macninen, aim , - . , j , .
dvuauiite looms far wholesale slaughter cultivated workers and thinkers, and puts
. I i i. ...,.J.t., n .nwi.itr - Wn i hi i to fa I n nvAminiii nn t.liA lialf-nrenared. inexue-
Wl 1MIK ill3 Bl n, r rJ7Viiinj " I s 1 i w i
the lL'littiftijr and lav the old style navy I ii-,.d teachers of this. Yet our com
missioners are good, honest j men ; con-
kcientious in their endeavor to do for the
tha mnioritv. the most coodc But who
30 MINERS aid STRIKERS
! WANTED "
the upper part of the back havinggone B tne Hoover Hill Gold Mining Company.
tnrousrn me dooy anu loaceu iu me ureasi - t a pn,iAinh rm
ot nis coat. Anotncr oaii sirucK mm in
the lower part of the back, and was taken
can say them thoughtful in this T The gamating pans ou the next floor. These
?r :..?MiM... I fr1 . fhn WUUlj ww'1111 vV - - -s I- ' . . . r . i
iiuase o evcuiug. x ncj ... . - kn beflt tbroaffh v.n.ci, tue uilings pass ous 01 ie
fiist to uxliibit in the newly arrangearr - . .
.. ..i v . . I tfiiplipra in the countv will leave.
...ii -ii.. B.AVk t it a i Aniuvfraii v
11 till. lilt eUlUTJ IlilO UCCU 1IIUL11 VUliHtVU.
?, County Superintendent of Public Instruc- laus are
tlie I . . . . !...! l. ' i 1 l.fr.nrr1
connected with two settlers,
out from under the skin of the abdomen.
Another struck him near the hip, and
, - . i
ranging downward and arouna tne Done,
lodged near the skin. Another cnt
through the upper part of his left arm, and
the last, whicn wa3 not extracted, enierea
. . v 1" i
T.n1. Rundolnh Countv. N. C.
Wm. FltECUifiVlLLl!:, Manager.
A Guilford fruit grower has tested the the
ory that iron drivenp'nto apple trees will pro
mote fruit bearing. He has a winter goldon
Diooin which never held its fruit or bore
heavily 'until some-old horseshoes placed
in the forks of the tree became nnbedeu
in it.Now it bears abundantly, and the
fruit is of the best quality. Greensboro
cuutifceu, . ..i . iwi- :ifA.:f ti.unn-1 The com nan v calculate to
anutlie rear seats elevatetl ami cnairs j- i
pnt iu foi reserved seats. The arrange-
iiitut i good, affording much more pleas
ure and I comfort to our theatre-going
public 1 1 ,
At a met ti tig of tho Murpliy Tobacco
Waielio Co., on the 13th iustr, ';the
followiu i)irectu s were elected : S. Ii.
Wilev. Jf.vSS. McCobbins. Sr.. D. A. JXt-
well, w L. Kluttx and C. T. Bernhardt,
Tlio contracts made by tho building com
Miitteo were assumed by the company,
which adjourned to meet on Tuesdaythe
"I Hi'. ta:..,.i.. .f.t-.A T c
McCQl)biis, Sr., Pi est., and 0. D. Davis,
Sec. aiu Treasr., aud orderod tlie imme
diate c'oj taction of 10 per cent, of the cap
ital ato&fT' - 1
4"tl machine, the object of firf eeds and omos.
i o catch smoke-house, grainery iu seeds has opened hvely.j
secure. 80 to
ty, now in Raleigh, pleading in behalf of 85 per centum of the precious metals, from
the people for competent teachers. It fire assay. The test runs, so far, have
will be a sad day for Rowan- when her proven the calculations gcorrectly based,
thorough traiaed educators are forced to The shaft in which they ' are now
.iw..mf il.rei working is situated about 300 feet irom
. . , .i. .i.t:, tha mill. At ten feet, the Yeiu was VI
una is one Biue in iwuwuvu.. vwwi , i
f the Commissioners told the Reiwrter inches wide ; now, at 35 feet it ia 40 inch
i...H. i,.1ihB .,rt.nlkMl bv tax- Us wide with a tendency to increase m
r-rin- nrt nf tlie conntv for width and richness, as depth is attained.
this action. If the people are opposed to The vein has been traced for half a mile
i -i An .v.r with all and opened by cross-cut prospecting, aim
ntha are onnosed two more shafts are to be suukonitas
tn the whole business, not because they -Imou as tho weather will permit constant
r.:.i HtU fa, bnt hcauae 1 operation
Hl Wrnin is a dangerous thine." At the -Miller Shaft," three-fourths of
It spoils good field hands, land produces a mile from the mine, they have, on dump
..A r m.i. .irt.nthi.. This is 200 tons of fine ore, none of which has
i,-0.-iHih.lnrd vouth. been worked. Vein is 2i to 3 feet wide
CPIH 11 1J r I - , . r-
a compact Buipnincttu ...... "-"
.... " r i . i.i .-a......
cwpier. i nese ores pan nee gom unci
Choice ht of sugar cured sweats,
Eating Irish Pot-foes,
Pwirl hominy and Grits,
At A. PARKER'S.
VMS lUst, WlllUU naa uuu CAuavreu, vuvwivv. iVA Xilvl Xll immou w "-j -
below the shoulder blade, and is supposed iS8:i bv Rev. Sam'l Rothrock, at the res-
to havo-lodged near the collar bone. idence of the bride's father, Mr. Luther C.
Esquire Freeman, or AiDemare.was sent Sowers and Miss Jtannie r., uauguvw w
for, and took the dying man's deposition, in jjr. J. H. Long. v
FTaley walaVrested near his wn house in 'L- M. Archey, of uuina
thfi woods. He was taken to Bilesville. but v.
his victim had lost consciousness, and ex
1882. FAIL STOCK, 1882.
IT is with pleasure that we annouace te
our many friends and customers, that we
have just received the most complete ana
desirable stock ef
that it has ever been our pleasure to exhib
it. Beginning in our basement you will
find Two Car Loads of
Bagging and Ties
of the best brands, and at reasonable
pired within five minutes of the arrival of
the posse. I' raley Umea tue commission
nf iIip primft fit first, hut uDoii beinff taken
hfn Commissioner Green, at Albemarle.
he nlead cuiltv to the killing. He is now in
. . . ... . . ;
Albemarle jail awamug trial.
For the Watchman.
Mt. Ulla, N. C, Feb. 9. 1883.
I have now on hand a stock of com-
i; ...tnri!il AflD l'HOSl'lIATES,
1 'WO 1 1 L....
Chemicals. &c, and cheaper than ever be-
car load of "Genuine German Kainit" Bomestio Goods. Piece Goods, hotiatu
corrected weeklt bt (or German Potash Halt), an excellent ana Trimminas and manv other goods
JOHN SIIEPPARD,.... AUCTIONED, popular fertilizer itsoii, us w a, . anfc and necd tLat ia u be found
o i I Ana frrt ri IHtX T. 1 .... m . -m .
Lues, common :t -:'"r: ' , M u vp Vp for iu this part ot worth uaroiina.
to meuium ott Allen Browk. ln our Clothing Department, up stairs,
meaium io suuu iy-i i ..s wn i find
, i r a 7i7i ii i "
13.naa.B."::::::::iiio ,ooo saii.orcioihing.
Tn nnr M A TV ROOf will h fonnd the
largest and, by far, the most desirable
icce Goods. Ar
many other goods
f w -. I . i i icvDner. I nese ores nan cd !fium
A TniS.FOH Thieves. Mr. A. L. John-1 drug ana ia..cy sl0r - - . ,
i- i . . i .1 . .1 .1. .v.. -i-iin rmna i a
aud chif l&n-eoop thieves. Wheir set it
works Automatically (provided there is a
' thiefahoCit). It consists of a pivotedframe
arrau Je(i to hold a gnn poiutiug in' any
uireetif ni desired, and is worked by pul
handle from 10 to 12 tons perday. Opcr
ations have been suspended during the
severe weather, ou account of their ina-
Uilitr have wood hauled in sufficient
leys aiidjwi res, verv simnle iu coustruc-
TheBio FoubatMetropolitaxIIall. Luautilies to keep the furnace heated.
It takes a minstral show to develop tho I They have a good brick dwelling with
full .inafitr nf nnr amusement lovinii .,rr nut-honses on the nronerty.
populace. Last night Metropolitan Hall Ywm present appeamuces they should
had the biggest audience probably that make regular returns when they 6tart
ever gathered in it. Thehumber of peo- furnaces
pie standing for want of seats was nearly
. . lft J 't. ..I...!
nn nrpflt A tha crowd inatnueu uie ciiuirsi . -A -00
- . , , . . ... I & " i . I UHAELOTTE, aJm reu; iv, iooo.
Iflli from tit diinrpdiitiAnii tt till ft I i TK Til tliiii. i !
r . t l :ii . i iih 1 1 f ki.u.ra l ia tuui &uau&uck iw
air .in nniiiiii w ii l i i . ...i i..v AiKiianaa v n a ri r v w
" - , i kit i i-n. auu m.c-Lfai viiv uutvw
tion aid -is sure death to an v one who
may ajtertapt to enter a house in which
it is picd. It strikes us that .this 'will
fiud plpttlar favor with those who need
class it thieves.
t K I
ifonc of his machines for any citizen from begiiiaing to end
fiar desire it forthe small cost of wa8 nunsuallr fresh aud
one ilfclhir. 1 fi, jLM not as nncien
aTr Rhttor t We wish to ask the citi
zens of Rowan a few questions, hoping for
early and satisfactory answers.
1st. Do the-channcis oi our creeps iu
Rowan county need clearing out, straight-
CiiAiigT ww"v -w r ' jg
2d. Is the present con.lition oi ine cree ag et
bottoms in most localities productive oi
malarial diseases T ...
a,i fa ivafAr.anoft-ftd land most valuable.
and is bottom land subjected to overflow the
best place to maKe corn, nay, c. i
4th. What per cent, of our bottom lands
yield the owners a profit ?
5th. Will reclaiming bottoms be cheaper
and easier done after they have grown up
with brambles and thickets into nowung
tth. Is there no possible way to bring
about the desired result, and at the same
time not injure the' bwuer of the land ?
7th. Is not every owner oi dououi uu u?
to either ditch, lease, rent or sell? m
8th. Must ten meirsuner ior me negli
gence of one? .
Uth. Are our citizens iuny buusucu mwi
T.k'av. common . .
? " to medium.
f medium to good. . .
i cood to fine ...
TUTT S PILLS A SUGAR PLUH zes, and prices. Also a large line of
, 33 60
iNo fancy wrappers, cutters or lugs offer-
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
Ti'tt'c Ph.t.k are now covered over with OVERCOATS.
vanilla wignr coating, making them a pleasant Denartmint
to swallow as a little sugar plum, snd render- In our Boot and felloes department,
i ine tl.em agreeable to the most delicnte atom- which i bar boes department up tairs,
1 ? 6 will hA fnnnd m. verv lartre line of Goods.
sen. ,... I n j iii. . j -u.i..
Thev cure sick headache and bullous cone. 1 ail Biampea wiui our iiamo auu wnu-
Thev give appeiiie ana utsn 10 iub vwj. 1 u. j.i mwjr np uiiii& uiw. mn tiiamiiii
The cur dsperia and nourish the sjs- I we refund your money. , j
tem. . . i TTunil.mofla T? raa "ttr 4
n'l .... f..o. an, xtiip. ROSllVeneH. CCI. 1 S mwww Mww.
Sold everywhere. 25 cenU a box. $2.50 is the best Boot for the
ni,m. 4 r.Ksr nri Riiuous attacks
5S latSuwe remedy : never tails tcr cure the mo .
obsttnute. longsundlpe cases where nine aad
lr.Ski J. Hivltiipa li:ia ili-'(irniiiiia to
build iiev bijick stores where now stands
the "eje; sore" just below the old Mansion
aotel Litildiug, on Main street
ple 08 the town have wished and lonced
ior nse,br storm, or earthquake to remove
those oll wooden structures, and now Mr
Holm ?s proposes to step fpr wind and re
ovei tem, and improve the site with
handsome store rooms. -A '; """'V-'il'-
Mi Ijedrick will build, this spring, new
biicksurcs on Main street, between the
Xatiqnal hotel and J. M. Browu's storej
51f. Cole will finish out Uie block to
tlie cjier of Maiu aud Fisher streets.
J'eti these improvements are comple
tul, Ihe busiuess portion of Salisbury will
c uBsiintaVsed iu :" annearaucev bv
, ill the State.
dancing and high kicking vere unusual
ly fine and couldn't be! beat. Johnny
Moi tou was immense as usual in his 6idc
siilitting specialties. Inj ifact, measured
The uoc-1 l.v th a Miiinvmentof the audience, the
I VU. - . . . A I
I .... I' I . in . WAar.A'.T 7 r 1
1 t .aa' a W fri tne present siaie oij t'-r--
t the first partr-r-- lOih. Are not the benefits otourexisung (Late of
attractive, and 7 "ll"! X" 7 1" "0" . aotnn creek laws rarely taicen on accouut 01 fcut ;
1 ' acw raucwiuc luc . ... .mbi lit law suns De- 1
1 as I usual. The The Muffler mine i named the "Uid it f """V
?Ss 7 tor malartourBeFuonk: m douhl ia j
a cum -;",.,.. ,r1(,
price that is be found.
In this department will he found
large lot of
HATS and CAPS,
ALL DESIRABLE AND CHEAP.
We have repainted and fitted up our for
" .aiiaino. no crtDinzor vxxmuii: iney are 1
mild ana enicienmrvam , "thvtni . mer eram room over our warenouse anq
s ftn,if.rfiii pffect on the worse case. Tnev are o
Saed and prescribed by physicians and a oy Bttgg CTQUID UIOUIS, WSLTpei irfUlffig
i a. ..nrwhin. or KAiit bv mall, is ana w i w . .
- f.t,rtif.-iiiiR. bet
cent boxes. Emory's Little caparuc m ,
ever made, only 15 cents, sumuaru
v.eaon Ktpt- New ork. a-ij
Pilot Wabehouse, WihVton.N.C.) c QRISALE BYJ. H. EKNISS.
i i a
. . i. .maam mAivh nara r
consists of 44 acres, with the yem upon it . . cood mandatory
1,600 feet 'png ; deptn reacnea, icet on r ot r
incline; it is U miles nearly east oi me " kww; d we nothavealaw re-
Silver Valley mine. m. . ..lu nnirinthA mvner of land to put in proper
Another mine :one-iounn oi-a m r: ? ; k. ol.annefs on his own
I . . I .I . A I I'Kllllll lllll LllA
i a a. m a w na Diiifi ru - iiiiv iii m ii i w - - -
on me oiiinc cm du.u
Business Manager and
Big Four re eom,le.y &cc.fl la.t '
English party ior $5,000 ; it is situated on
nicht and added to the enviable reputa
tion liv . had nlrradv wOu. Thev. will
irform asrain to a crowded house to niglit.
Vflllev is emDlovins a somewhat
smaller force, but is getting oui aixmc me
same amount ot ore, iz to 10 ijons per uay
land, at his own eipeuse, except in case the ( arTjg EVERY DAY.
cost overruns Uu2 profit, when the difference ; DAJjUjO xj v aj
comes off tne county t , x 4 U-n-nrrr a t o-i WP-TITTRSTj AY.
13 Is not Rowan situated aoout ngnt to orXitiJ-tt-u oaaos o j
make a county measure of this thing 1 ; -J , . J c ci I TPfJ.
14ih. Have we roc examples fcuuivicui, fjrUUVL JL tvw iwui'v.
not shi pping while the roads are so Dad. " . i.: rrticabilitv of
The JouIt mine is. about Umils from mndr &r health and
:Twofl.o.deu.ndl r m.die.ir.Ajx- rSTd: . . I. . . t. Aw . lw k. BEST AC0OMODAUU
This was not said by
rocK's Porous Plasters! and BnAKUEtft's
Pills. They are celebrated household ne
cessities. For sprains,
in the side, back, or chesi,
that isaccessible from the;
TVpTrd that an accident had occurred at loth.. Are we waning o UUr
- - . . ... I nrr. tliov W91linf fill US I
rrvAr H1I. bv" the. new worlc suddenly "" , .i.
w.r'u 16th. Judiring ine luiure uy uisp-,
. . J li ,1 .1 fillAz-l u-nlar
town. 1 - "t 1 ; ie;iy.
' . r ..
cock s J'obocs blasters are- preiecuon,
while for regulating thebloop, Brandreth's
Pills are unequaled. Always keep them
rheumatism, pains IDitatej into an old shaft filled with water,
nr nnv fmffcnnc I nt nna rlmwnfvi did not leAm names.
J r i u wnv , , .....
WonrAr Hill ia reunited to nave suoueniy
struck a rich bunch of ore, which will af
ford the mine at least a few weeks' work in
milling. - "
Nothing new about Charlotte.
.;ti iriitir onJ Waitmsr do anv cood:
1 1 lM.& " T O 1-i
110 SALE, HO CHARGE! j
s- Tnxuranct and Storage JVeeJ
. . . . i i
Senator Iimar speech against thetann i - . . . WQ1,r.-nt8 made Oik
. a 'I .wnav-cil liUXIl lAUHMavvw t
"nTiaf. : U.J Tptacco held by i for u
made tne most couiiuunui kLUHA uaoiv yw
morninr tnal nas oeeu unmiw
protective tariff. ; I lie proved, that the pro-ji
Classical, Mathematical and
HICKORY, 2T. C.
Sprin session opens January 8th, 1883.
Tuition, per month, $2.00 to H 00
Board do do $10.00 to $12.00
For particulars apply to -ll:6w-pdj
II- C. DIX0, Principal.
a ii riorums' to whom I have furnished
! .utior fertilizers or supplies are hereby no-
i that their notes and accounts were
due November 1st, ana an: persons
i who have rtt paid up must pay np, a no
longer indulgence win ue riv;-
Nov. 220,1882. 6:4t
Also in this R00X will le found a large
and handsome stock of Ladiei'a Cloaks
Dolmans, Jackets', flllk Circle s(
&e,,&e. i '
In our Warehouse will boaiound THREE
Car Loads of Salt Bacon by the BOX,
Sheetings, Yarns and 'Plaids by the
Bale, and many other goods. -
Wo hsivo rented tha store room adioinine
J. D. McNccly and will buy -your GRAIN.
ninnn rwrAV . ki IIDfthlTnD
IIAUU) VUllV.i vimi i ttVIbU,
or Store it for yon. With thanks
vour many favors and an earnest! inten
to meet your continued -confidence, we
jou to call and see u& before jou buy oui
OR SELL YOUR !
J. P. ROSS, !
T. F. Youiig
A. M. YotrKO,
W. L. Johxson,
W. W. Gales,
Wiujam II. Rice,
N. B. McCasless, I