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64 YEARS AGO.
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W&at an Old Copi of t&8 Carollni YatcIi
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'Our good friend. H.S", Trottfof
'Spencer, N; C, Jan. 3 Capt. I xr' t. flunlvmnhtv. was
J.? V Shetland master mechanic thecity and county 'this '"week
forthe Southern' Kail way Com- visiting .friends :and relatives
panyt;has receivedjinstrnctions to while here he leftk us-a copy of
increase the force of skilled work- The, Carolina Watchman, dated
men in th e various departments November 20th,, 1840. The paper
of the Sppucer shops beginning wa8 tDen published by Pendleton
with today.. The additional force fcBruner It was onlyyasix-
to be employed at once will column, two-page sheet, but well
amount to an increase of fifty per printed and full of things of in-
cenk in the machine 'shop, fifty terest then and yet, there, being
t perj cent, in the blacksmithing de nt.ift of its. anaoe devoted to ad-
and twenty-five per cent, in the firm cf 1 today $1.00 per square
paint department. This s the inch) for first insertion and 25c
nrsfc of the big increase of the
force, at Spencer which has been
anticipated for some months and
for which a large building, cost
No If Washington, to Atlanta '
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Local News Items
A Home Paper for Home People by Home.
thereafter. Its leading articles
are : Another Attempt to As
sassinate the King of the French,"
A Roval Gonflaff ration." an ac
mg no less than $483,000 has just . connt of the burnine of two
been completed that still other steamers, the Empress and Mon
advances will be made in the near Arahl at New Orleans: Sundav
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rrTmrjD a t V a xt no TTT-1 future, notwithstanding the; fact siirnAAsi fmm tha New York
everal that can be nad at this thafc the Spencer Pnt is already Observer; "The Piasa-And Indian
office f or"25cu eacb .
News, was recieived here Tues
day of the death of; Bernhardt
Reisner, young . son of Mr, and
!rs. Chas. Reisner, who now re
side in Hagerstown, Md. Diph
theria being the cause of death.
The Salisbury Graded Schools
areuOpenedi today for the spring
term. , The handsome new build-
the largest oh the entire Southern
It is learned from a reliable
source that the Southern.Railway
has decided to erect a large store
and office building on iis property
adjacent to the new shop building, and a number of short articles.
The new structure, which it is The advertisements only
learned, will be ot a very substan
tial character, will be 200 feet
long and will be occupied by offi
. STATE HEWS. . v.
Norfolk, V a Dec. 80.-j. E I .
McCottef, a young white man,
The hosts of Judge; and Mrs.
.Thoe R Purnell r will hear with
sorrow of : the. death of thcit son,
was arrested , this morning Dy . w . - r A
Denutv Sheriff W. S. Huvbert on V. . . . -
the farm of A.. H. Lindsay, for
the b murder of 'John Russell in
Gates county, N. C, three years
ago, It is said that the two men
became involved in a dispute in a
rather suddenly of .heart failure
in Raleigh Tuesday. -Some time
ago the family of Judge Puruell
had a case of ptomaine poisoning
from some v canned goods - that
were served on thetablb. v 'All the
Y. 8. Newman Settles Up.
T Ownig to" th& 'determination , of
Copper Co. j ! to. have a receiver'ap-
pointed and av settlement; made,
J. 1 . ' r ' i 'J.J.L3..' i.
store in Gates county, which fi- members of the family recovered
naiJy resuiLea in jxlcvohuj bmn i witn une exceptions ui iu huu,
Russell on the head with a tobac- who lingered, nut untu ms aeatn
co cutter. ; A- severe wouna was
inflicted, but Russoll's death did
not occur until a year 1 ater . Mc-
Cotter says he is confident of ac-
anittal . His bnlv reeret is that
he will have to leave his wife and
two children alone here.
Greensboro, N. C:, Dec. 80. A
little sou of Ned Reeves, colored,
residing at White Oak Mills,
north of this city, died last night
f rom hydrophobia. The boy was
bitten by a dog nine weeks ago.
His parents drove the dog away,
not Trnnwincr it was mad. The
was thought to be improving.
Public Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
On Saturday the 14th day of Jamiary
1905 at 12 o'clock m., at the cour;
house door in the city of Salisbury, tQ
the hiehest bidder for cash. I will sell
a valuable track of Jand near Living
stone College, bounded and described
as follows: :
Eftsrinniner at a stake marked num
ber six on the map, thence N. 31 E.
6 :33 chains to a stake, marked num
ber 6-7 ; thence S. 714 deg E. 3.16
chains to a stake number 7-8; thenqe
S. 31 degi W. 633 chs to a stake marked
number 7 ; thence with the xlank road,;
3.66 chains to the beginning, contain-
msr 2 acres, more or less, beine the
land conveved bv deed to Margaret
Horah bv Rewtv Horah and wife Ella
had been; advertised for sale to
make assets, but this course ' is no
longer necessary, -as G.; New-
mati. nrfisidenfc of the com'nanv.
JT . ' . . -j t :
came to Salisbury Saturday and
maae ; satistactory arrangements
with said creditors, and we are
told. made, arrangements to con
tinue the development of the pro
Tradition of Illinois ""Kissing,"
"Historical Speculation "Ques
tion of War or Peace in Europe
The Consequences which will
Result from a Whig Victory,"
"The Northeastern Boundary,"
j m 4. 4.uiQ' V.O Vatt I Horah, as recorded in B. 71 page 624,
wuuuu uiu uut Register of Deeds Office, Rowan Coun
and apparently neaiea, duc two
days ago he began complaining
and developed symptoms of the
disease. He died in terrible ag
onyi having suffered convulsion
after convulsion for several hours.
Durham, N. C, Dec. 80. Ir
vin G. Day, died at nine' o'clock
ty and thereafter willed to. Henry Mc
Lelland by Margaret Horah, as ap
pears in B. of Wills 4, page 125.
This Dec. 30th: 1904.
2w HENRY McLELyLAND,
Noeth Carolina, , ) In the
Rowan Countv. SuDenor Court.
Laura Aay Barringer, plaintiff,
. - ys . BOUCG.
W. N. Barringer defendant. ) v v
The defendant in the above entitled
action will take notice that: an action
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Rowan coifnty, titled as above,
lor tne dissolution 01 tne bonds or mat
rimony between the -he plaintiff and
defendant, a vinculo; and the said de
fendant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the next
term-of the Superior Court of Rowan
county, to be on Monday the 13th day
of February, 1905, at the court house
of said county in Salisbury N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint in
said action or the plaintiff, will apply
to said court for the relief deman ded
in said complaint. ,
This the 5th day of January, 1905,
J. FRANK McCUBBINS,
6t Clerk Superior Court,
us an unsight or local affairs and tonight as the result of a pistol
persons, for instance. David L, wouna receivea neany iwo muutu
Pnnl nnnnAf.inr n. iAwelrv ago. soon mianis'ii, OU
term, ine nanasome new omin- ' c J x-ooi wb uuuuuuwuk jowcij -o-- -
ing in the North Ward is being cils who have headquarters bu9ines8, David Kerns; was jailer of October he was shot in the hip
. l ., :f O nPl,I rl-'Urm -m - .. .. . . 1. Ur Alio,-. TTrvat-ina a. nftffTO. "in a
used for the first time.
A. M, Basinger gave the ejn
ployees of the Basinger Carriage
and Harness Co. , a d i n ner Satur
day. A man never loses anything
by treating hit men i;ight.
The Rowan; Brick Co., which has
begun operations here, is a new
enterprise for Salisbury. Frank
Smithdeai Ib manager.
A new bridge on Iunis Street,
, over the railroad, is again being
talked of. The present one is cer
tainly not a thing of . beauty.
Our 50c offer closes March 31st,
J1905. .iSubscribe at ;6nce and get
the paper three months free.
We had a pleasant call from our
old friend, Rev. S. W. Sifford,
Monday. Rev, Sifford has re
turned to Wittenberg Semin ary ,
Springfield, Ohio, where he will
finish his course this spring. ,
State Senator . R. Lee Wright
and Representatives Walter Mur
phy and Joe S, Hall, have gone to
Raleighsto be present during the
session of the legislature.
Thos. P; Allinan, of Concord,
age 29, who had been taken to the
sanitorium to be treated for ap
pendicitis, died Monday night.
( 1 The Retail Qlerks Association
met last night and elected., offi
cers for the ensuing term.
M. Henderlite who was
! recentlv stabbed in the back by
, jhas. Marmora, is improving, but
is still confined to h,is bed.
SA negro, thought io be an out
lawed desperado of Charlotte was
captured and jailed here yester
day but proved to be another.
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" Four Salisburiaus, Messrs. P.
H. Thompson, D. C. Bradshaw,
G. A. Steele and D. J- Miller, left
tnlsmorning for an excursion to
Cuba. They will be'gone seyeral
i n't. Spencer, mis, togetner witn
the extensive investments already
made here, will mean mucby for
Spencer which is rapidly, becom
injg one of the leading towns in
Died Christmas Day.
John HN. Ketner, son of M. A.
Ketner age 14 years, died : Sunday,
December 25th, of typhoid fever.
This is the third member of Mr.
Ketrier's family to die rjc Wtly. .
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Tbe Southern Increases Water Supply.
The Southern has decided to
increase its water supply at Spen-
and advertises that be (has a negro
man who had been "Taken Up;"
Dr. Leander Killian, offers his
professional services ; John Mur
phvoffers "A Likely Negro Girl"
for sale; JohnP Cowan, Admr,
of Joseph Cowan, offers 24 negroes,
hxr Aiiftn Hoskins. a neero. m a
affray in wjiich Hoskins claimed
that Da!y and another white man
attacked him with knives. It was
expected, that the young man
would recover from his wound,
but blood poisoning set in with
fatal results. Deceased was a son
some horses, and cattle
Daniel Murray, of Raleigh, calls of James R. Day
the attention of the members elect GoldsbbrojN. C, Deo. 811.
to the legislature that he has The colored people pf this city
Opened a hotel and that Mr. il"- and section held '"their emancipa-
liam Howard, of Salisbury, has tion day exercises in the court
the generafl managementr thereof ; houee this afternoon. There were
Kiah P. Harris, Exe'r of James present quite a few of the ablest
Uv Spears, advertises iu vaiuanie sneakers ot tne race in tnis section
negroes for sale ; James H. Smith
announces that he will open
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cer. npe nas oeen .piacea aiong 8chool -m the vicinity of Back.
tne roaa irom opencer iu xu-
kih rivur and more boilers and
and the speeches and exercises
were both creditable. There was
larorA crowd nresent from all
Mrs. Flanlg-a Ol fcee as how yer in th' nursery business ar.' it's- meself thot
- wants t know how much ye' 11 charge t' take care o' these two while Oi do me.
and pumps are to be added to the
pump station at the river.
Another Paper for Salisbury.
The Royal Printing Co., has an
nounced its intention of publish
ing a daily paper here to be known
as the Salisbury Evening Patriot.
j. M. Julian, now with the Sun,
will be editor of the new sheet. The
paper will have a cordial reception
audy we exteud to it and its pro
moters our best wishes.
Creek Church, Rowan county, and
C.B.& C.K.Wheeler had pills,
bitters, panaceas, teas, wines,'
spirits, tobaccos and cigars for
i TKa "Prices Gnrrent or market t hnnaand riecroes were in the
report, is quite interesting and is city besides those who live here.
over the country and the court
room and lobby ere crowded to
standing room. Quite a number
were unable to gain admission.
Tf. ia ftntimated that fully three
Marriages at Organ Church.
Rev. C. A, Brown officiated in
the marriage of three conples,dur-
ing last week. They were as fol
lows : Christmas day, Miss Ma
mie Park, daughter of J. F. Park,
of Rock, and Jno. E. Beaver, and
Miss Daisy Boger and Ira H. Bost ;
on Friday, Miss Minnie Roseman
and Chas. L. Safrit. All have
the best wishes of their many
Over the Rlf er.
On January 2nd, near
church, Mrs Margaret
as follows :
Brandy, ap. a
Cotton in seed,
Iron, per lb,
Linseed Oil, pr gal..
Molasses, . j
Wheat, per bushel,
s ton Albright, aged 40, was
The per. capita apportionment called home from the ever chang- J As tO Our Proposition.
for the schools will be. $1.95 this jug light and shadows, joys
jug lignt ana snaaowB, juye nuw
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year. This is an increase uvbj soirows oi tms trausituiy ovup-
last year and shows that, our edu- ping place to the everlasting joy,
cational interests are on ' the in- peace and happiness of that eter
crease. ; ' ' nal home, where grief cannot en
Attention is called to the ad- ter, where glad songs of glory ever
-i.:--'4. , ucsl f Vlnarilft fill the SOUL
... v,;o ia0nanfmfl The sweet devotion shown by
Remember ! you can get The
Watchman from now, till April
1st, 1906, for only 50 cents,
husband and children gspoke the
gracious influeuce of her gentle
life. .: To them her memory must
be a heavenly inspiration, ever
delivering them from evil, and
leading them onward and upward
.Tl VV Snirlor t.Vtft EfiroinfT ma
chine man, left Saturday night, for in to, the lightof God.
Hot Snrines: Arkansas. Mr, Sni
der has been afilicted for some - The aldermen ot Wilmington
time with rheumfatism and goes have increased the v price of the
til. tj linonPA fnr saloons from $264 to
i V U WA. V VJ W www - w ; "
- has - the best wishes of his many
In offering The Watchman at
the present price, 50c, some small
explanation is appropriate. Real
izing the fact that to employ some
one to make a complete canvass
of the county, the cps't would most
probably reach 50 per cent, of the
receipts j if not, more, so we have
decided to give th is . amount to
the subscriber who comes in with
f Via fifth, anv time between now
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Wilmingon, N. C Dec. 81.
Collector of Customs B. F. Keith
of this city was quarantined for
small pox this morning at his
home in North Fourth street. Mr.
Keith probably contracted the
disease during recent visits to his
farm in Pender county. Nine
other persons are quarantined in
the house with Mr. Keith.
Asheville, N. C, Deo, 81. Tom
Love, who was convicted at Way
nesville recently of burglary and
sentenced to death, and who has
since been confined in Buncombe
4i county jail, died last night about
10 a 12 9 ociook, .presumably of heart
18 a 20 failure. Loye was brought here
$1.25 for safe keeping, there having
la 12 been threats of lynching made by
b a JO l TToirwrrif1 -nftonle.
Mt. Airy, N. C, Jan. 2. The
hotel at White Sulphur Springs,
four miles from this place, was
burned this morning. Only two
cottages are left. Very little was
saved' from the main building.
The origin of the fire is unknown,
a defective flue in
7 a 8
61 a 7
14 a 18
62 a 65
40 a 60
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15 a 20
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A Buck Stove for Home
" A Pair Scissors, a Carving Set, Silver
Knives and Forks and -Spoons for Wife
A Razor for Husband.
A Gun or Knife for Boy.
. Single Guns a Specialty this week. . -
16 a 20
' s 624
45 a 50
7 a 8
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EVERYB AY GIFTS
unless it was
the kitchen, that being the only
room in which there was any fire.
The amount of insurance carried
Charlotte, N, 0., Deo. 30.
"Rnvd of Mooresville, 61
years old, a native of Alamance
county, and a distant relative of
J. G. Boyd, was found dead in
D G. Max-
and Marcn sist;, alter wnicn tne hfta afc the home of
price will be $1.00, We are send-, well in charlotte this morning,
ing out some Bampie copies for Iieath havug resulted front aB
the inspection of those who may phyxUtion by gas. Two jets
receive same, which, by the way, were found open The affajr waB
is , also, an invitation to become a ; an accident not a N suicide. The
subscriber.- Any one subscnoing t d(.ftd, man. wag ,one of the first
now will get near a year and three . firemen. Gn the North Carolina
montns ior nis eauuwjr, u w w road and was - later an engineer)
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