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Local News Items.
If ycu should receive a sam
ple copy of The Watchman, it is
an invitation to you
subscriber.. $1 per
to 1 become a
Cotton is bringing 11 cents tor
day, and the prospects are it will
The case against G. A. Jackson,
ot Salisbury,, for tearing a Mr.
Alexander's eye out was compro
mised at Newton last week.
The churches of Salisbury will
hold -Thanksgiving services on:
Thursday, November 30th the
day set aside for such observance.
S. J. Holder, ex-superintendent
of the Rowan chain gang, owing
to bad health, is now at Johns
Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, tor
E. W. Burt, one of the most
wide-awake shoe dealers who ever
struck Salisbury, is in the city.
He expects to have his shoe store
going at an early date.
The formal opening of the new
Meroney opera house will take
place on the night of the 20th of
this month. Seats are already be
ing taken for the occasion.
John W. Shook, of Clvde. who
has been in the revenue service
and made Salisbury his home for
the last four years, has returned
to his home at Clyde, N. C.
The receipts of the Salisbury
postoffiee for October,. 1904, were
$1,381.84, and the receipts for Oc
tober, 1905, were $1,984.24 an
increase of about 33 per cent.
Edward Goodman, son of J.
Henry Goodman, a messenger boy
for the Western Union Telegraph
Co., fell off his wheel one day last
week and broke his right arm.
J.'D. Misenheimer, a Salisburi
an, now in the saw-mill business
at Ansonville. was visiting in the
city Saturday. Mr. Misenheimer
subscribed for The Watchman.
Ph' 11 ip Sowers, one of Rowan's
largest land dwners, is quite ill at
his home near the "Yadkin river.
It is thought Mr. Sowers is suffer
ing with an attack of pneumonia.
After the regular service in. the
Methodist -rchurch Sunday morn
ing a church conference was held
and it was unanimously agreed to
invite North Carolina "Conference
to meet in Salisbury next year.
M. L. Bean,, who has been in
poor health for the last year, has
gone to Mexico hoping jto restore
himself to his former good health
Mr. Bean will remain throughout
the winter. May his' trip be sue
A game of football was played
on the grounds at Livingstone Col
lege Friday afternoon between the
college team and a team from the
colored A. & M. college at Greens
boro. Livingstone won "in a score
of 5 to 0. ,
The stewards of the East Salis
bury Methodist church .have sent
an unanimous relne8t t, tjh West
ern N. C. Conference, which meets
in Greensboro today, for the re
turn of .Rev.-J. B. Craven, their
present pastor. Rev. Craven is a
young manand is quite popular
with his congregation.
' .Saleeby'a big candy sale came J
off Saturday all righ,t, and his j
m&mmoth'$QB?' waifa! most en
Benjamin Lovenstein, of the
Globe Department Store, will lec
ture in. the Reformed church &t
Faith Sunday night at 7 o'clock.
His subject will.be: "The Two
Mysteries What is Life? What
Our good friend Miles M. Hols
houser, of Gold Hill, route No. 1,
was in the city Saturday. We are
always glad to see our friends, and
none more than Mr. Holshouser.
We are indebted to him for a nice
lot of scalybarks.
Mrs. H. L. Atkins and children
are visitiDg at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. W. W. Bays. Mrs, At
kins will leave in a few days for
Texas, where she goes to join her
husband, who is staying there for
his health. Charlotte News.
H. S. Trott, of New London,
and T. L. Trott, of Durham, have
been here several "days, owing to
the extreme illness of their moth
er, Mrs:' Trott, of South River.
Mrs. Trett has been paralyzed and
is quite old. and her death is ex
pected at any time.
The burning of " a stable in the
rear of the Peacock Manufacturing
Co.'s plant last Wednesday night
came near being a very serious af
fair. It was by hard work the big
plant was saved. Several head of
stock were in the barn at the time,
but by quick work they were saved.
Henry ArnoH, colored, who sells
bibles on the streets here, was the
victim of a bunco artist one day
last week. He sold a white man a
bible for five cents and took his
pay by making change for what he
ook to be a ten-dollar bill. It
- . lit i it
was m reality a one-aoiiar diii
with the figures 10 pasted over the
1. The Negro didn't know of the
error until it was presented at the
postoffiee in buying a money or
der. The bunco artist is un
known. romineot Colored People Marry.
There will be two marriages of
importance among colored paople
of Salisbury this evening. They
are as follows :
Douolass-Aggkey. Rose Ru
dolph Douglass, of Portsmouth,
Va., and James Emnan Kwegyski
Aggrey, of Salisbury. Aggrey is
a native African, having come to
Salisbury about seven years ago,
since which time he has graduated
at Livingstone College, and is now
occupying the chair of English of
that institution. He is a quiet,
gentlemanly kind of a man, and
though he is not more than 30
years of age, he has shown many
marks of splendid ability. This
marriage will take place in Ports
mouth. Bbyant-Johnson. Emma J.,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. H.
Bryant, of Salisbury, and J..Thos.
Johnson, of New York. This mar
riage will take place in the colored
Presbyterian church'of this city.
Johnson is a candy clerk for John
Wanamer's big establishment jn
New York, having grown up with
the business there. His bride is
a well-educated, well-behaved girl.
She is a graduate "of Scotia Semi
nary and has taught in the county
schools of her race for a number
of years. The groom has every
reason to felicitate himself on his
A Reward for Baird's Murderer.
Governor R. B. Glenn, in hope
of catching the murderer of John
S. Baird, has offered a reward of
$150 for "the apprehension or de
livery of the said person or per
sons to the sheriff of Rowan coun
ty.". It jsto be hopad the culprit
will bb caught,
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up towards
the heart, causing death. J. JE.
Stearns; Belle Plaine Minn.,
writes that a friend dreadfully in
jured his hand which swelled up
J ike blood poisoning. Bucklen's
Arnica Salvadrew out the poison,
healed the wound, and saved his
j life. Best in the world for burns.
and sores . 25c at all drug stores.
; biJBRATT.Missruiara, a young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wg
Surratt, died at the home of her
parents Friday afternoon. ly
phoid fever was the cause of her
Maxwell. Miss Jean Maxwell,
of Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Maxwell, died at the
White head-Stokes Sanatorium
Thnrsday afternoon as the result
of an attack of appendicitis. , She
wus a bright girl, and her death is
a great blow to hex parents.
Caldwell. Mrs. Caldwell, of
Concord, who was here in the
Whitehead-Stokes Sanatorium for
treatment, die'd last Friday morn
ing. She was the wife of Dr. D.
G. Caldwell, and was one of Con
cord's most prominent and highly
esteemed ladies. Her little eight-weeks-old
baby died Sunday night
and was interred with its mother
BABBER.-i-Eubert Barber, son of
W. P. Barber, of Barber, this coun
ty, died at the home of his parents
last Wednesday evening. A com
bination of appendicitis and peri
tonitis was the cause of his death.
Mr. Barber was riot yet out of his
teens, and a bright future was be
fore him. But the all-wise Provi
dence had need of him in the
realms of eternal bliss, and his
soul was required of him. .The fu
neral services were held at Christ
church Thursday afternoon, Rev.
F. J. Murdoch officiating. The
sympathy of the community gees
out to the sorrowing ones left be
hind. New Advertisements. '
Grimes' Drug Store, the place
where they never sleep, has, a
change in this paper. It might
pay you big dividends to act on
what Grimes says.
Hartline & Co.. the harness
people, have an ad. in the Watch
man this week. Hartline & Co.
carry a first-class line of goods,
and besides being reliable people,
they will treat you all right.
Spot Cash, the dollar-stretcher,
is quite busy stretching dol
lars, and is anxious to 'show every
body how it is done. By keeping
up with his ads, in this paper you
can soon learn this valuable art.
The Salisbury Drug Co. has a
change of ad. today. This firm is
all , right, and has a proposition
that is worth reading.
Attention is called to an execu
tor's notice in this paper, Rev.
F. J. Murdoch, executor.
Dave Oestreicher, one of our
most wide-awake merchants, has
a change of ad. in today's paper.
Read it; he may have something
E. E. Stoudemire, the East Fish
er street furniture dealer, has a
change of ad. today, and would be
glad to have ycu call and inspect
his stock. It is complete and his
prices are low.
We call the attention of the public
to the fact that we have the largest
stock of First-Class Home-made
Harness carried in this part of
North Carolina. Our harness is
durable and adapted to any service.
Our line of
Collars, Saddles, Blankets,
Robes and Horse Fixtures
is about complete and first-class
in every particular.
of all kinds done promptly ;
and well at very reasonable; .
prices. You are invited to
give us a call.
131 AST INJJISS ST.
Uflf Dtin art Ral-noffiA'l IMS r-:'
f Soma time ago Andrew uarnegie
tion' ot tnis pcjioEeriiposei
ot erecting a, norary.
ing of the necessary brick has been
in progress aboutll of the past
summer and now work on the
foundation of the huilding has
commenced It will be a very
handsome affair and i,n every .way
in keeping with the high standing
of the institution it will adorn.
Wanted A truck and cotton farm
er. W. L, Kluttz,
3t Salisbury, N. C.
Those who subscribe for
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a receipt to January 1st, 1907,
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1906, free. The sooner, there
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The Carolina Watchman,
Salisbury, N. 0.
oaks, Dry Goods Mi
Closing out our entire line of Cloaks, priceB from 50 cent's
and up. Dry Goods at the lowest prices. Millinery 'way
below any competition. Come to see us. Clip this out and
bring it with you, it i good for 5 cents on a $1.00 purchase.
Lamp Troubles Cured
My Dear Good Lady :
We have heard with regret how much trouble
you have had with Lamp Chimneys. Break fast
as you can buy 'emind so obaque that they won't
give any light "nohow." . First, let me tell you
that lamp troubles are among the diseases we treat
successfully. If you don't believe it, ask Mrs.
Jones. She. had a bad case, one of the worst on rec-
.ord, but by the ubo of our carefully selected rem
edies, every symptom of trouble has disappeared.
No more breaking chimneys, no more smoking
lamps, no more gaseous odors, no more red flicker
ing lights, but now the room is beautifully illumi
nated with a clear, white light that passes through
a chimney as transparent as daylight itself..
But, MR. SPOT CASH, you say, how do you
attain such happy results ?
Why, dear Madam, that's dead easy. Do
you know there is a chimney made for every style
and size of burner under the sun, and that the
shape and size should be exactly right ?
Do you know that chimney-makers have
flooded the earth with all kinds of Cheap John
stuff which they palm- off on the unsuspecting
dealer under the name of flint, lead, etc., and he,
in turn, passes them out,. believing they are right ?
Do you know, they even cut the shape and
size to save an ounce or so of cheap glass ?
Sixteen years hard study of lamp troubles has
taught us how to select the good from the ' bad.
We know every make and every size.
We know what your lamp ought to have and
will give you the right goods and best quality
without extra charge.
Your . True Friend,
The Dollar Stretcher
Costs Only 25c at taj&fcts, or man
Mother s Hesitate ho longer,
P""'? t-nousanus nave aone, py giving these powders.
TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over
comes the effects of the summer's heat upon, teething children.
Do yoa appreciate ac
curacj7 in having
tions filled? -
Send them to us.
Millinery and Notions !
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
CLOAKS and FURS.
To get the Best at Reasonable Prices call at
Mrs. B. D. Hurley's
Fisher Street, near Main.'
MOTT's PEHNYROYAL PILLS
Sale and reUa.ble ttey
overcome weeJcness, In
crease vigor, banish pains.
No remedy equa-ls DR.
MrtTTC DDMNVDtV A I DEI I S
Sojd by Druggists and Dr. Motts
CPeipical wieveiana, utuo.
Ono Tinuto Cough Cure
For Coughs Colds and Group.
and 5 and 10 Cent Store.
Cures Cholera Infantum
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and the
Bowel Troubles of Children of
Jtny Jige. Aids Digestion, (
Regauiies the BoweliTSireRgth
ens the Child and MAKES
25c to C J. MOFFETT. M. D- SL Louis. Mo.
but save the health and life ot
:.JT;yT 'ttftf rut ft'-je;,
AND TH!E GENERAL PUBLIC
We wish to say our Fall
spent 10 days in the northern markets making the'
very best selections possible, have arrived, and
we are ribw prepared to show you the grandest i
display of Merchandise you have had the pleasure
to look at for many years. '
Our Taffeta Silks, 36 -inches, all the new
shades, are winners. Our Black Silk 35-inch" V
Taffetas, perspiration and spot proof, guaranteed 4
'to wear, at $1.00 to $1.25. ' vj -
Our lot of Silks for Shirt Waists are simply .
great, in the beautiful plains and dresden effects. '
Don't fail to see our evening shades in Crepe De
Chine, 50, 75 and $1.00 per yard.
Our line of Black and Cold Wool Dress Goods
cannot be surpassed. All the new things that
make handsome suits WE HAVE THEM. A' .
full line of Cravenetts. Broad Cloths, $1.25 kind
for $1.00 per yard.
Best line of Table Linen in town, 25c. to $2.00
per yard. 10,000 yards of Madras and Percalesin '
short lengths, worth 12ic, our price 5c. and 6c.
per yard. 7c. Gingham for 5c. 15c. Canton
Flannel for 10c. per yard. -
Big Stock of Druggets and Art Squares,
small and large Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Porturs,
Lace Curtairs, Rain Coats, Ladies' and Misses'
Coats, all bought at a low figure and we will sell
them to you at a low price.
A. W. WDK11FF
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF
Now as always, !you buy best at GORMAN
& GREEN'S. Yqu also do the wise thing
when you let them do your Watch, Clock
and Jewelry; -repairing. ALL goods sold
and all work idonei goes out with an IRON ;
LEADING JEWELER AND OPTIC
O 7 m
There is no. larger or. better stock of i Chairs in,
the State. than can be fouud in this; stbrd;?' We
have good chairs cheap, tetter chairs cheap and the very,
best at reasonable prices. We haire ornamental chairs and
tjhairs for good hard service.
8 CHIN A WARE.
O -ur Chinaware. Department is hard to
O beat. Our Dinner and Toilet Sets are
f splendid specimens of the decorators art
X and the potters best efforts. Prices to suit
O every one. Come in and look us over.
g FUKNITURE & UNDEETAKING,
O Dealing in Furniture is oua mainline. It is our aim to
q furnish allwith comforts for the home, but our list of at-
O tractions is too long for enumeration, so you are invited to
call and give us the pleasure of, showing you our stock. -O
- . We also deal in Coffins and Caskets and do embalming.;
O Yours to serve, t ' '
G. W, WKLGHT.
purchases, for which we
on this space. -Will tell
often. . Call and see our
Yours to please,