THURSDAY, JAN. L'U 1SUI.
( half intererest in f!le
j.and he and Mr. if. A.
continue to edit th
Hurrah "for Jim
Capt. Lee Wynuc, of KnoxviJIe, Teun
is ia the dty.
The Board of County Commissioners
ivill meet next Monday.
- r 'i ' " r : i
Mrs. Jj 11. Crawford has been qiiu'.c
sick for several days, but H now better.
rri a t- ' -t-i f . t- . ..I his railroad pass
The Salisbury Jas and IJectnc Light!., ... ,
company lare preparing 10 put- in a new
' Mr. Aifb'rtl Walter, an old and
i - i y . It . i rati i . . ' . .
man, aieu at ins no me near lumcoiu last j x e editor n;is -been on tho
'Two Chinamen of the wnsheo vahee
class haveilocated here and will do luini
Capt. (r:jw. Clark and several mcm
bezs of his family have been quite sick
tin bought a
paper as heretofore
Wade-Han i, has bought a fine new
r-ioi uic Ciniiiotte. Niws.' It is us
naiiasoine and newsy as ever. Charlotte "It is thought by Vm,e that one-third
ncd Meek Jeuburg do not believe in 1ft ofJst year's cotton crfWniains vet in
Uiig newspaper men starve. the country unsold.' JAJ Shin., J,.,.
The Co a cord Standard' is three vc-rs I . the besfc ho in B:U''Ver ovi
ou and i.r: it .-m, im.,,. ... ,. -. weizneu -aiTii no ww ronm-i
Jim Cook ia still at !!, ; auotner one better soon. A fW of
IKEDELL MATTKIiS PUT IX SHAPE I
AiNii'OLI) JJV THE LANDMAliK.
A rabb, chase in the centre of town
attracted cai ler.t'uU attention Tues-dayaflernoon.v-
Rt-v. Dr. Wood preach
ed at JIiekoryu;j.Jay and his pulpit
here was filk-d by Kc-v. R. 1). Samson.
lilllJUS r.. -t t
o. i. mweil's Utt about D fee
uuuuj) it ine ooiiom ot
j Davie Coanty I.Te3 GIsaiasi frJa the
good i Timsj,
. . i 'pi. . .. i -j i .
a lilt that
was ; taken
Mr. S. L.
-Mr. W. T.
moved rom Mot-ksville back to bis farm
X T . 1
-ui. j-iic hmoot succeed
r .. t
A. L'ewis, on&-of the oldest and
best known citizens ofCabarraus county,
died last Saturday.
Mr. W. A. Lip, of Atwci! township,
killed a bog a few daysago that weighed
about COO pounds.
TMissHattic Crawford is rapidly re-aining-her:
health. !She has been ick
for several weeks.
Mr.CJeo. fV. Smitljdeal, of Ciarlottc,
'is, sick at the residence of his father, Mr
W. Smithdeial in tliis city.
. AVe dearji ! that a new Biale academy
will be established on Chestnut Hill in
this city at au early date.
The Watchman has increased its cir
culation about v) per cent, in six weeks
and is still growing rapidly.
We return thanks for an invitation to
attend the oStb anniversary exercises of
the literary Societies of Wake Forest
Peach & Bowers minstrels will be here
on Fb, 2iwl. t The Kan-sas City Times
saystbatit is au excellent all-arouii4
I I ..I ... . ' ' l J !!
iiuimaii as io.lmaster at iloiruai.s.
We notice cross ties fur our railroad go
Jr.g through ton n every dav. This look
1 like buMi,es. Ttie Uiird dieeof ma
sonry was -confer red upon JUr. T. M.
Young on last Friday ni-!it. Measles"
are going the round -j in Javio county. If
you have not had theinyou had better:
iuok put. Messrs. ( :iv- win;
ixqd Jiain Douthit, of Faimington, have
gone to Winston to enter the IXivis Mil-
nad becn sunk for gold, and
out apparently unhurt,
Wilson, who was pardoned out of the
penitentiary Tuesday, & note in our
a.ejgn correspondence, arrived here
je.Meruay on his wiy to bis ho:ne in
north Iredell. One Prof. Nott, a danc
ing master, struck the town a few weeks
ago and got up a large class of young
men. He collected for the first half of
the. ;i:eat JiL:iiasT to spkxd
Dill Nye has forgotten Ashe illc f
Ahevill nas not forgotten lidl , f,
I tvo gi tal facts -c.
. 'U yei.l remembered atb,.
intent 1 1 list v in...,,,. ... 1 a l,Jt;
r.,- i .l " ! ' '.uiieernmi' UiU
section, and ls the author of that iVt, -sentence:
"If the people of wtten?
-North Carolina wouM Jwk their h'utVer
more and their, cows less ih r ,Ll
wouhl be greatly improved"
Mr. Nye also wrote a vir r.,,,.,..
Advice to A
l'leilMi with f.iinnf .,l ..:n ?
, U2PARTII-TG VIGOH
fTi ' iMii.
md his iileas of ti t.t..i"
perforate architecture ,...... V .OI
Piil Nye has been for-iven an.l I, ;..
coming back. He, of course, could nor! tl
iiocure a boine Hi Ashevillc, on account
f the great demand for dwellings so he
did the next best thing.
-Me nas rented
Sale of Land.
On Saturday the 21st clay o
(-ourt House door in Salisr
On January 1st,
till i. il
'u', ai puhiu; auction,
MlLMlOSt )K , tl
- - - - V 1
t ho sr-.mt. 7.. t , . : . '";iniieu u resKlence at. Rt.-fl,wi 1 ,n. , . v
. . 114 1'i-Klay pnnjr. takiniri,. f,,. ' Olii'in f T 'T
March l,t will come dona from j Al'infu-ld, J . L. Annticld -md
, rTl,iSc;, aulhcl k-. comin-Ym A " 0,O,lti'""X "o acres
-y'i!--?vh,B. '"--I i" homo ,,!,,.) n,y()ini (ho
""" Uiaivlllir 11 fil.'lft, L'nnifn I W K! t I 1., ,,,, I I
I,,..: .1... i . A'timv'i i
JU,,i lllt' oaroer, with u hn !
uina-im in advance lor the sei'.-nwl
Jhaif.. taturdav bi -n! n i i,.t i "u
ni.il.it, . I i .
U,U"J "g"i ue sio)eiJ, and to hear his-
pupus talk now one would suppose they
Inbi been attending Sl swearing school
and had been given a full course.
HeraTs All the news'iuat Jim Cock's
5 ' paper contained:
Ixpiied railroad passes will be given
away as premiums to tlw n(ri;-.t
ur.st come, tirst served. A little child
of a section master on the Carolina Cen
tral Railroad was killed by a- passenger
nam on that road, !iday morning, east
oi Mieioy. 31 r, JJA. Wright, who im
1! i., knowledge to the young Americans
m No. i, reports a grent deal of sickness
in us i.iii ti, f i..
a chilli Mrs. Alexander
oer, the inother-fifViti-.'.'.ii ir.i.
iveWer, was taken sick mute suddenlv
Friday evenin-. 0;ir.jnformant savs she
i? threatened 'with pneumonia. Th,.,-,.
was a misunderstanding in town about
clay-bank horse and ox trade. -Xeither
p-ny remeniners the trade, though out
mi".iim mat n fi-nfo w...
Letter From Catawba.
yorresponJenee or the Vat-liri:;n.
Tninking that soma of your readers
would like to hear something from old
Catawba, I write.
----- j. 4lMU uuug men are
strongly impressed with the truth, "That
H is not good tor men to be alone," and
all of the young ladies think so too, and
'" "laiving sad havoc of sin-le
Blessedness. Allthe girls say it is not a
brass. sdver nor gold baud that is the
hct, but a husband. If! did not know
r . . i . . '
1U1 ui'tf it it is tiie Allian
causing this grcji ivointioa all
the United State", I would think i
en ni nirer and
Hiirht i ,UM "UK,n. I'owder.
U "rvA. "wiveuinp strenjrih.
1 ' ('ent report, Aug 17. is.s.
CW!dren Cry for Pitcher's Casfona.
ROBINSON ' & SMITH;
orsaavingand hair ruttinir i'n.
i cnnmvT, about
in cultivation and
was iuk t.
ihese parties must have beetv'
Mr i.dward 1'axter l'ern", the tatnous i mr
M. C: A. hall
pianist, will jiIhv at the
" next MondaViuight. Mr. Terry is blind.
I : 'bui'said to be! a wonderful musician.'
' The Sbbscriiption looks for the new
.-Salisbury coition mill are now open- and
can be found ' at. the lleaj K-state ollice
cf Mc.Cubbiiis-!& M( -Canlcss. The board
of directors consists of several .Miccesslul
The' water in a spring on the property
of Messrs. Shaver and barton, in hast
Salisbury, has been analyzed by the State
Chemist and found to contain valuable
medical properties. The property will
The Salisbury Royal A rcanlim bal a
public installation 'of olliicers at their
- ball Tuesday night About three bun-
Ui'ea lnvitalions were sent out, ana quite
n large crowd attended. The Arcanum
is in a' nourishing condition, has more
than a hundred members "and is con-
stahtly adding more.'
A new star route has been .established
- ftt Salisbury, beginning on the '20 inst.
J ym ui inn lumi; iui mvj ij .ivuuiu
Trom China (Jrove. It begins here now,
and runs daily by Faith, Kock, Organ
Churrh, and thence by the old route to
' JS'ilesvillt. We now have six Star Route
mails, four dailies and two triweeklies
' running from Salisbury. Wc also have
six daijy mails from the North', Hast and
South, -aud: four from the West.
!&-!5 .. .
Cabarrus and Conlcord sls seen by the
Capt. A. Tl. lYopst has resumed work
on, the new Morris .iiilding. -Mr. J.
W. C;Minow is n;rl- livo,) mt, i.:
otlice i ii the bank building. There
!us lH't !1 quite a demand ibr: chickens the
past week and the price is good. .-The
chain gang are taking the ugly rock out
ofiheJY.phir Tent road near Ii. V. Cafd-
weil's.-r The s.Uitli-bouiid train last
Sunday was oil time,, for the lirst time
since the change of schedule, January 4.
Iiev. J. II. C. Fisher, of Mt. Pleasant
conducted services in the Lutheran
church" at.. Charlotte liist S:.i? .,-
tiaeas occurred at tho colored school in
HiMrict .No. last Wednesday. The
origin was a d,g -tf-fit and then guns
were brought out. No one was hurt but
deputy Morrison had the oilendc-rs be
fore Fsq. Hill Wetlnesdav evenin".
A National B ink has been oi-'.,.;-, l
in Hickory, and the good people of that
section will soon see if it has the nou-er
to oppress as is claimed.
Hickory is also .soon to have anolhsr,
paper i)ublis!ied as an organ of .he Farm-"
e.V Alliance of Catawba, and surround
ing counties. The editors and even the
aevils tbemselves are members of the
Mr. A. C. Siiufbrd, C:,o of Catawba's
caierprismg stock-raisers has just
come from Kentucky, where he purchas-
V'e hojie he
- mi uu-onie nun
c))en arms, and will be glad to have
in their midst.'' Jmvc Citizen.
letters, wilrrloubtl ,s i foifvtli
iuii,u (h , v.JUJV uni v-. v "Hiwiuun anu ono
ne nears hchu nn .t.;t .. ; l ic i 1 win.
- --..-. (1,1 I J H :i II l I ..), .II4 1IT .. , I. 1 . .
nu-nt had .snrun, f I,,., m'. " v-."" I , ni '('ivijy tinihcrcd bottom
and Levi. . ! - ! land; this tr.-wt .-nnfoi,,, ... .... i
Mi. yc can be assured that tho !lu-M.t.r,.,-i it:.. i
xensoftnistowii u ill welcome hi n w , V " XV l and
i r tfiv iiiti.,,ii I...
e him i "ni'Hiiunirs.
j Also the "Hold .Mine" tract
i containing 8() ftcros ndininin.r
Ghildr-jn Cry for Pitcher's Ptoria.' jtJl lan(ls of T- KTJiompsoii
, . and otiicrs; ahout t wry-thirds 0f
Walter bridges, Athens, Tenn., writer I tn tract, i- in tilllber
I or six years IJiad been afllicted with I TorniQ nf coin M ' c
running sores and an enlargement nf tK I ot One half casll
bones in my leg', I tried everything j i 11(1 balance ill twelve niOflths
neniM oi u unouuany permanent benefit
until Botanic. Blood Balm was recom
mended to me. '. iVfter using six bottles
the sores healediand I am now in better
health than I have ever been. T ,,i
this testimonial unsolicited because I
want others to be benefitted.
liii 1 1 i ill i i ini" i v aah i
.w.w,o umi nrrfc-ciass work s
fit v. I
i he only white barbershop in the
cie usa trial and be
g n a r a n t ee sa t i s fa c t i o n .
Perliaps no local disease has iu!r,l
aim bullied the medical profession more 1
shan nasal catarrh. While iot imine- j
ciiately fatal it is among the nost distres- '
ting and disgnsiing ills the tfe.-h is heir I
to, and the records show vei v few or no I
oi .uuicai euro ol chronic catarrh
by any of the multitude of modes of treat
ment until the introduetion of Ely's
C ream Balm a few yeas ao. The suc
cess of this preparation has hem t.wwi
i gratifying and surprising.
with S per cent.
r i 1 i , . , i-; l . i
v. vivi mim purcnase mom
is all paid.
K. J. HA LTOM, A-ent
Jan. 17, 1SJ1.
A. S. HEIL1G.
SXIJSUI'KY, X. C.
Of!'u c in D'is k Wilov'i l1:ink l.uil,lis,
.fiit r ot M ;yin ium luus strt-.-i. Will yvuv.
la-i- in Counts ot i;.)wan an.l M.ij.mit! c.nni
1 '.r. .nipt aud earel ul att. ntion Kit,n t,, :;n ,,,
l 1 t, d. ...... 1 . . .
i t il
SALE OF LAND
sj arranged that the
x'k with out go-
a lot oi very line;
wiil soon have it
I'cst of us can get fine sl
; ii ,. ....... i
to anoiner staLe for them.
Several fine -lroves of mules and horse
. """"o" f-'iti countrv
luuie lor some Southern market-
Our tobacco farmers are nrenarincr ,i,
beds to sow tobacco seed. The moun
tains west of here are covered ith snow.
When I have time I will write more.
Fa k m B, v.
Tlie undersigned. Administrator i
with Will annexed of Ellen I'lvler. !
Mortgagee, will sell at the ('Durthouse I
door in Salislmry at puldic outcrv to '
the Inchest; bidder for cash, ' j
On Monday, lYbruarv 10th. IS'Jl.
.i tnu-t of land inKowan county mortal which show
gaed bvThonias I). CJraha'iii to said ! themelve.
KHen l.Mvler, adjoining the lands of
J.'L. Ih dric-k, (i. W.' McLean. J. T. ,
i)odiiKiii and idhcrn. conrtinin 'Jt7'
acres more or less. This Is a tine I
propertv and vim'v valuable
nrflTITlrTrtn-i n . . .
LISTEN to WHAT I SAY.
I begin the new year determined to create such advantages that mv friends
... v i me (u i-.iiuj uowu io unariotie ami see mv immense stock ein
.isf)aiiiaciuniy as n inev saw tlie goods on the floor I 1
a complete line of photos of
i ive out
1891 , we will move
into our new store
oppo3itef our old
sta,nd, where we
want to mee all
thl good people of
Rowan Co. We
will give you more
goods for the same
money than ever
B. R. Julian & Go;
The name of every manTii :
Western North" Carolina who -has
timher land, improved and -
j unimproved, farm, lands, town
lots and properties for sale. Wo
, must have hottom prices-, full,
l'ar and eorreet deseriptioiis.
j Persons wishing to huy, sell
r.rent properties vill fmd-it t(r
their- interest to write to or
call on "
; ; McCUBBINS & REISNER,
sALisnruv, c. -'
np Quality and Styles almost as well as if
i guarantee tverv ariic o mst r. rrripoa,ni,i
hnd it so 3011 can return the goo'ds to me and L will hear the' v
you saw the oroids
and if von lo not
xpense hoth was
r 1 1
Jan. ir,ih. 1S1.
IJy ordering from me through photos you save paying
dealers charge vou, and yourj railroad fare to Charlotte
of whTt von want ana 1 win uanuuee 10 ootn piease and aud
E. M. ANDREWS,
en AULO'ITI", n. 0.
the lu'g piices smaller
e me for photos
ave you money
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as Administrator
011 r he estate of V. A. Ioston, deceas-
ed, all persons having claims against
the estate of my intestate are required
to present them to 1113 on or before !
the 2VHli lay of J anuary, 1S02 or this
notice will -h? ple.ided in har of their '
recovery. All arsons indebted to said'1 J
estate are repuested to make prompt -jay
inent. . .
This 1 1th of Jan. 1801.
!. Alexanler Court.
The Watchman was represented at
Taylorsyille court this week and as a ' re
sult'has 33iuore suhscrihers than it.liaJ
However, a part oi these were secured at
fotatesvilic. -Aiexanoer people are now
very -.orderly. The ltute docket was
disposed of in one ilay.
Killed at the Bridge.
Mr. Sloau Cathev, of Mecklenburg
county, one of the workmen engaged in
building the new iron bridsre for the
E.;& I); across the Yadkin River six miles
from here, fell into the river last Monday
evening ana was-uiuea. i 1 ne bridge is
sixty feet high and while falling the un
fortunate young man struck against soirie
projecting 4 timbers. lie was buried at
-rr 11 1 CI) I'
'Tho Perry Concert.
r All the lovers of good music-' ro de
li glhted lit t he' prospect of an eyeu i ng
witli this sifted and wonderful musician.
Tu our last weeks notice, we forgot f o flrl
(. .-- . -0"'-' v
that this- artist is blind, for his testimo
nials speak less of this characteristic;
than of his skill and interpretation as an
artist. He plays so beautifully and his
technique is so. faultles-ly jXMfect - that
fha'listener forgets his infirmity, if you
can call jt an infirmity. Iu our opinion
Mr. renty's blindness only adds svmn.i-
thy and-. beaut yto his already sensitive
touch. All who wish to spend a truly
ociignttui evening, ami lcaru how to eii
joy and appreciate music, will take ad
vaufage of this opportunity H( hear this
wonderful juusician. - Ha plays next
Momlay evening at -the Y. M. iX. Hall.
Go to hear" him.
' - ' Death of Hr. Ray.
. ATi. 'P T ! , r . - . .
.. : Steele iownsn:p uieo
hwt. Monday at o o'clock at the age o
yeans, and was buried Tqesdny atlzbe-f
nezer churel).;. Ilf left a wie ami two
ehihtrn i r. f...t ... .
ujarijr menus 10 mourn Ills
loss. ': - '
Mr. J. K. Newell, who for several months
has been th city. editor of the Concord
Standard, has resigned that position aud
returned to his home iu Xo. 10. He is
an excellent young man. liked bv fivprv.
body aud a fine news gatherer. We re
gret his departure from Concord.
Union County NcwTX ToldE7the
There are more new buildings going
up in town now than at onetime iu the
past live years. Col. W. H.Trott.who
. .. i" 1
ua.-, ioi a longtime a merchant in fnii.
roe, died at his home in Newton a 'few
days ago. Kev. Mr. Tiiplett preached
a "ery eIo(iiient .sermon in the
Mgihodist churcli last Sunday evening.
The recjent wet. weather put the
streets and side Walks in a condition that
earnestly pleads forstrpet improvements.
We learn that there is a good deal
of pneumonia in thcfJ country. people
cannot be too careful of their health at
this season. Mrs. Snider, wife of Rev.
I). A. Snider, lied at her home two and
a half miles South of Beaver Dam, Mon
day morning, of typhoid fever, 'aged
3S years, The railroad authorities are
having the depot overhauled and repaired
in general. The present - ticket oflice
and waiting rooms will be lowered and
another story added, imvhich the train
dispatcher will stay Mr.AIdree.from
near, the Howie mine, was Ijere Tuesday
and met with a very serious accident.
The mule lie was riding became friglrt
ened andunmana-geable'. ran' away and
threw Mr. Alderage oIT. One of his feet
hung in fbe stirrup and the muledragged
him for some distance. -very badly skin-niu-and
bruisii him,aud breaking threS? !
Around .Eetheay Academy.
Correspondeiiee of tin; Watchman.
Prof. L. H.Rothrock is principal ' of
this school witlrMiss Ellen Holtshouser
assisting him in teaching. We hav e en-
rn n fl;t. -t
. , "Im " pupils. For tho
vvisningtogain an education, with
uei means, this school is one of the best
Twelve months ago many of our peo
ple little dreamed that we would ever
have a railroad in this section of coun
try, but to-day this is a realised fact
Last Summer where there was nothing
mg but a grassy cotton patch, and ,oor
soil, now stands a substantial slate roof-
eu, three aivirtmnnf ... .
- . v.. u fuming, wnien
xwocKweui station. Mr. J. W. Peeler
--.0 v,. .ulo ulUte , eyery l)ai.ticu,lr
He moved his family to his old home
immediately after receiving the appoint
ment. While wcrejoj.ee at . every blessi,,- a
railroad allbrds, there are some things
that we don't approve, namely, the hi"h
rates of freight charged by this company
frpeed the day for a railroad commission
W inle many eomplain of the rates charg
ed by through lines, still they are Com
paratively nothing to these feeding ines
For instance, a man shipping a bale of
cotton from Rockwell to Salisbury mut
pay 11 cents per cwt., but the samo bale
of cotton can be shipped from Rockwell
to Concord for 13 cents ner hnmW.l. o
distance in the first case is 10 miles', in
nlc auuuuu, ou miles. Fine cars. eiI!xiPi
station houses, etc., are all risht, lmt'
when they are run at the exnensp nf ih
farmer.it is tim6 that thc"furmer legisla-
of a railroad
; t THE WATCHMAN
8. 11 a.
ErotliorS- 6- Wilson
Will fill the following
with a lull line of samples, explain the
Rusifless Agency System, and ho will K
able to give all terms and arrangements
to buy Alliance Guano, which isniow be
ing manuiacturetl for the member
our Order. He will have th
make all necessary exnl.-inntinn , i?
mo 10 meet mm on me uay ot
Lau rin bu rg. Th ursda v.
Wadesbor o , Sat u rda v,
Salisbury, Friday " .
Lexi njjtbn , Saturday,
Chapel Hill Tuesday,
Graham', , Wednesday.
1 Reidsville, Friday,
W. Ji. Worth.
State Business Agent
- - - ; 1
We have entered in the work of cleaning our tables and
counters of all Winter Clothing, Overcoats
lure give us something
Mr. E. B. C. Hamblr v i,t w,o,iU
the assertion th-tt.- 1. 11
, "v wuiu sunsenbe
half the stock to build a ssonort
factory at Rockwell.' We hope some
moneyed man will improve this oppor
rumty, as ihc location is beautiful.
Elm Grove Alliauce is in a flnnn.l,;,,
condition,; sixty-six male and r.t.n
t A passenger car jumped the track at
U-cH s camp this morning. No oue,was
hurt. Cause: section hands raised the
track too high. . Drusus
tVe hereby nnnniihoo xr.. n
r t iiil mr. i-.
I . Meronej an authorized ent for
collec ins and receipting all .bills due
helate hrm of Whitehead & 'W
Our great January - clcaningv
Sale is now in order for 30
"(lays onty. We will sell all
Clothing, Overcoats and Un
derweannt 20 per cent, dis-count.
AND SO ON.
accounts unsettled an,
.aI ...K...i. 1 . i
u vi, rtiyusieu in the nvf
will bl i-educed to im
1 urrti-nr,1,..n "
J. ivnUBllKAD, U. D
f II.'.l'. TEANTHAit, M I).
See whafa friend will do. : Proclaim it fron) the house top, publish
it from the highways and byways and come andjee what bargains I am
offering in Clothing and Underwear. -y
We prefer to sweep all our winter goods for cash rather than carry
them over. Doi.'t pass th;s by. You can't afford to do it.
' 1891. Sales must be the largest on record, and with, this end in
view, we propose o make sweeping reductions. Is it a suit you want?
A boysjsuit? , We will be glad to figure with you. So come and tako
advantage -of our 20 pd: cent, discount, sale