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ggsPAY. OCTOBER 1681.
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Li -v- i,a let ; lnr- nf -TnTinnrv.
.aai the Jabscription. price of the Watch
JVill teas follows: .. - rt
nrIr; paid advance, $1.50
f rPiyaieDt delayed 3 months, 2,00
j payment delayed 12 months 2.50
3jikcl Property. Person s having
n,!nV Property to sell would do well to
vdrertiie It. We propose, to give room
-t! tach Notices, to le kept standing un
der the general caption of "Mixing Prop
iiEs Sle ;
Tj,e cosf, of SUCU notices win ue mouer-
Tbosd having properties the value of
-vbich is not geuerauy Known, snouiu
-Ti references to reputable persons
r L- ifl nrnuaiutcd with such mat-
, this paper has a good circulation
.inininir men North, and in the
inn li of service in the way
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Mrsjjsisan Simpson and daughter, of
Pensicola1, Fla., are the guests oi iJirs.
Vni. 0ve 'uan, Jr.
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L Visitor ' are beginning to come iu
SmA wee the city wilUjc full. A great
The Stxod. Pretty dilicebt rreDara-
tioua for tho assemblage of the Presbvte-
riaus of the entire State, bare been and
are still making in certain parts of 'the
town. It is desmned to maW .
sion pleasant, and morally profitable to
all, whether visitors" or citizens of the
town. The church repairs are completed,
and we think there, is little now tef do
but to welcome those who are expected
to compose that body. '
In addition-to the 86 Delegates report
ed last week, there havebeen about! 60
new ones; making in all nearly 150 're
ported thus far. The prospect is that
the meeting will be unusually large and
interesting. We notice that the Rev. Dr.
Peck, of Union Seminary, is down in the
i many not
connected with syuod are ex-
PWoiiEMENT. See notice oi isoriu
state Gold and Copper Mining Company.
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Louis MiuiugNews, a spright-
; paper is on our table. We
add it to our exchange Vut.
of Messrs. R. Homles aud J.
iiipn lirowii. They are in receipt oi
" large quantities of 4tme w hich they offer
tX low nigures.
' A new1 industry has lately been started
in this county hy Mr. John Ingle, a mau-
ctniin wars. Hift establish-
UlaCluii y- -- w
! .went is & In iles south f near the Neyou-
cord road. ;
fiie Hook &. Ladder Company hold
; tIieirTUgutar monthly meeting at their
- Mlon triday night, 0ct?28th., at 7
: . -" - O ;
Has the Salisbury Watchman hydro
phobia, ur is it merely age that is caus-
neighbors f Statesville Landmark.
Will lllctandmark prove its own sanity
1; fcr nrrrWr exulaualion f
'BEMOvlit. Barker's Drugstore will
he moved, to the vacant room next to
Biflfiham i &r Company on the 1st of
! Kovenibci-.. The room . vacated by him
i mill lie oecunied bv Mr. Chas. Graham
i itb a line of irroccries.
Mr. Frid ;' Menus, a workman at tlic
ear shops I" this place, had
-I caujrht iu ai . circular saw last
Three of his fingers were nearly ampata-
tcd. Tha Ifui t is very painful.
; jEeEridx and BiRTii-rAT Party.
On lastMjoiiday evening Mrs. F. E. Sho-
bfrgaveit Ireception to Miss Aspiuwall,
1 of New , and a party in honor of the
j 21t liiih ilay of Mr. Frank Shober, Jr.
This gentle nan has just returned froui an
extensive Ejaropean tour. Tlic evening
j wai joyously spent a social gem.
..On lastciening (26th) at 8 o'clock, the
marriage of Mr. Thomas Frank Young to
)liBMaryA. KliflmulUr was celebrattl
t St.-Luke's Episcopal Church Rev.
F.J. 'Murdoch, officiating..
The Church was filled expectancy
and joy lighting the faces of the fairer
le the 6terner sex (not so ex
face), waited with more pa-
comiug of the happy couple,
ue organ signaled their ap
proach byounding the beautiful march in
First camj the maids and grooms walk
- jag slowly i p the isles : and crossing to
eir places, then the Bride and Groom.
Soe was dreksed most exqaisitly in white
Wtio and i rich lace a perfect model of
auty, aad the groom in full dress.
ft ndkied gracefully to the altar
tere thejloipressive ceremony was per-
raied.-Aer the old germau style, tho
We andj gUoru exchanged rings at the
Har. H 'i
.V. l 1 I
ine couple wke waited upon by M.
Mro'wn jakd Miss Lou Drake,-Jas. W.
Tul),c; and Miss Jennie Eames. D, A.
Miss Sallie Marsh, W. G.
Miss Annie Brown, Earnest
Miss TU1U n.T-.
-"nuan and 3Iiss Lena Shober, A. M.
ngand Mils Fannie Xorfleet. The
entrwere very handsome aud were
T1,0 reception given by Mrs. M. A.
puller At her residence was" an ex-
'Qgjplcisant affair. Here the scene
toore lm-ly ; i"tercliange of thought,
tie Ln i ieastiug marked
- ejuctant to Jeave a place so
i grace and beauty, but the
must be said, and the han-
e(t to their sweet meditations.
t- Mnd:tr Va f v Sl.'.l'..
t0. ') f TS'-Ju froiH-Seiiatc.rllausoni
tliiff ! 'J I lormcrly
SefJSflh5 y .de acting
:e Senate. Tin; resliliuion
hy Senator Edinnmls, and
p'y -a.U:.fod. tiii intelli-
betiii hublislif..! i.i n
The Salisbury Itifles at Yorktown.
As most of the papers are filled with
descriptions of the Yorktown Centenuial,
we propose only to speak of the part
taken by those in which the people of
this immediate section are most interest
ed, Asns generally known the Rifles aro
commanded by Capt. Theo. Parker, for
merly Lieuteuant iirthe U. S. Array. He
being the Senior Captain of the Western
division, was placed in command of the
detachment consisting of the Salisbury
Rifles, Hornets Nest Riflemen, WiusUn
Light Infautry and Rockingham Guards.
Arriving at Camp, Capt. Parker was
made Assistant Adjutant-General on the
Staff of General Manly, who bad com
mand of the N.C. troops. It is due Capt.
Parker to say that as Gen. Manly's As
sistant he performed most of the work
done iii camp, Gen. Manly's time being
taken up otherwise. On Thursday even
ing Capt. Parker drilled his company be
fore the headquarters of Gen. Manly and
the drilling was so perfect that the Geu
eral said he thought there must be some
trickery in Parker's drilling and asked
that the company bo turned over to him.
This was done, aud the company did as
well '-as when commanded by Parker.
Gen. Manly then pronounced them the
BEST DRILLED COMPANY " j
from North Carolina; and invited them
into his tent and ordered refreshments.)
This is quite a compliment to the
Rifles especially wheu we consider that
there rere about 600 N. C. troops pres
ent. 1 - I
Cnpt. Parker was also honored with an
invitation to Gen. Hancock's reception,
on board a Man of War in the Yorktown
Returning from Yorktown the Rifles
remained in Richmond from Friday' noon
until Saturday noon. They were the
guests of the Richmond Howitzers, who
arc the oldest, best drilled aud bejst
equipped -company in tue Stato of Vir
ginia. The Howitzers did all in their
power to make the occasion a pleasant
one. They have a splendid armory aiid
All together, the writer wus not pleas
ed with' the regimental and batallion
drilis of the N. C. troops. They lacked
that familiariry with the drill which givs
assurance and ease, The blame may te
"traced to several sources. The inefficien
cy of her officers and the lack of practice.
The first may be remedied by appoini
ug competent officers, and the second by
enforcing the military laws and by the
States doing her duty to her soldiery.
They need annual encampments aud a
reasonable allowance to maintain them.
These things must have beeu apparent to
tho Governor and Stato officials present.
If not, we are sorry . for them. j
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THE STATE BAND. j
We-are glad to note that this organiza
tion, with but part of two day's practice,
was a success and proved a. credit to the
State. It too. should be encouraged by
the State. Iu fact, each Batallion
should have a first class Band, Kaid Band
to go into the annual encampments witii
the soldiers. " "
What has been said has been with
the hope that some life may be infused
into the Rip Van Winkle State iu re
gard to her soldiery. !
; MINHTO INTELLIGENCE.
A new engine and j?ump has arrived
for the Yadkin Mine. .'
Mr. Wm. F. JBacklj, proprietor of
Dunn's Mountain Mine, has been here ex
amining the progress of the work, now
going on at that mine.
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Atlas and Bame.
Prospecting is going on with encour
aging results. Several new veins are
being developed, with a fair promise of
"pay ore." Machinery is soon to be
placed on this property.
It is reported that smelters will be
erected at the Copper Kuob Mine. If
such is the case the North State Compa
ny should realize enough to enable them
to pay dividends from the ore now on the
At her residence miles west of Salis
bury, at 1 o'clock, Thursday . night last,
Mrs. Elizabeth Loweky, relict of the
late Col. Richard Lowery, aged about 7$
years. - '
The deceased was a severe sufferer fof
about two years, caused by a fracture of
the hip joint. During the most of thai
time she was closely confined aud unable
without assistance to get iu or out of her
bed. Her general health was also ini-f
paired, which greatly iucreased her suf4
te rings. But she bore it all with patience
and fortitude. She was fortuuate in havf
ing the unremitting and loving attention
of her niece, Mrs. Bettie Piukston, whose
devotion was the subject of constant
gratitude up to the hour of her departure.
The deceased was a person of excel-j
lent natural gifts, and though a widow
for niauy yiars, guided her affairs with
wisdom aud discretion. Her attachments
were strong, aud she rarely omitted an
opportunity to 6erve her friends when
in need. Her house was the resort of
many who shared with pleasure her 6im-i
pie hospitality. It was a resting place:
for preachers, especially of her owu de
nojniuation (Presbyterian), who always
met a cheerful welcome. Her demise is
like the removal of an aucient laudiuark.
It is the obliteration-of a once prominent
household; as highly esteemed as it was
vell and widely known. It makes apaiu
ful voiiltoniany. Her immediate neigh-;
bors reel and mourn the loss. But they
mourn not as those without hope. She
died iu faith. Her last words were
'Lord, receive my spirit ;" aud her breath
ceased with 'the iu vocation.
"Tho Lord shall preserve thee from all
evil j he shall preserve thy ""soul." ,
Scott Hill Mine,
in Burke County, consists of 409 acres of
land, 8 miles from the West. N. C. Rail
road. It is placer and free milling flint
quartz. Veins of quartz from 5 to 30
inches, rich in free gold and nuggets.
Also one vein of galena. Up to this time
about $50,000 has been taken from the
property, Mr. J. H. Eiinis of this city is
interested in the property.
Dutch Creek Mining- Company.
This company was permanently orga
nized under the laws of North Carolina,
iu this city last week. Mr. Johu C. Pen
nington is President and Treasurer ; J. J.
Newman, Secretary; principal office,
Salisbury. Directors: I. W. England,
T. F. Hoxsey, J. C. Pennington of New
Jersey and J. J. Newman of North
Capital stock $150,000 divided into
1500 shares. Stock paid np and nonas
sessable. . A portion of the machinery, for work
ing ores by chlorination, has arrived.
The remainder is on the way.
Work is progressing at the miues.
Down 65 feet; and have a tunnel at
water level, through which ore from the
"Hill" and "Tip Top" veins will be con
ducted to machinery. They propose to
work from 25 to 50 tons per day.
The Hoover Hill Mining Co.'s Offi
cial'report to Loudou office dated Sept.
The experience gained so far goes
to prove that seventy per cent, if not
more, of the gold is sulphurets and that
the portion of free gold, minute as are
the particles, are coated over with a
film of sulphides that resist free amalga
mation with quicksilver and that we ob
tain very little of the gold contents either
in the stamp-battery or on the copper
plates. I have, therefore, had put two
extra run of blanket flumes. We are
going through a systematic series of as
says from the mine downwards and
through the mill process, and I trust in a
short time to send such details as will
conclusively point out where our gold is,
and what is advisable to be done to get it
out. Loudon Mining World.
This strikes, us as being rather a
humilating confession on the part of
the Superintendent of Hoover Hill. Tho
public has been led to think otherwiso of
There is only about 2 per centnm of
6ulphurets m the ore taken on.r, and if
that 2 per cent, carries 72 per cent, of the
gold, it leaves a very short margin iu
fact far below what has been represented.
It is whispered that there has been
foul play, either in the management, or
in the 6ale of this property. We make
no charges, but merely 6tate that this
whispering is an pyica secret among
If either .should prove true, the guilty
parties, whether those who made the sale,
or the management, or both, should bedealt
with in the most rigid manner. The
time has passed when false statements,
"sailing" and other "tricks" to swindle
unsuspecting capital, in either selling or
workiug mining property can be practi
ced with impunity. We hope there is
nothing of the kind in this instance.
The Watchman has interested itself in
legitimate mining and will never know
ingly countenance any fraudulent specu
We do more harm to ourselves than to
him, when we do injusticd to any man,
even iu our thoughts. To allow in our
selves what we condemn in others is
gross Hypocrisy A want of candor in
jures yourself more than your adversary.
One elemeut of the unrivalled power and
plausibility of Charles James Fox as a
debater was the fairness and force with
which he stated the arguments on the
other side iu some instances, as was
thought, with more clearness aud vigor
than their advocates and champions.
The injury doue to ourselves by the vol
untary suppression or violation of the
truth occurs not only on account of God's
judgmeut hereafter, but because of jhe
loss of conscious self approval. Ralrigh
No lu-ad-aehe or back-ache for ladie
Who drink WNE OF CARDUI."
A t i lieo. . Klutt'zs.
Teplc letter to New Orleans Times.
Exiled Southern Families. The
Tres Marias are three well know small
islands, forty miles off the coast from
Teplc. Maximilian sold these islands to
five Confedeatcs in 1861. These men
went and purchased them also from Juarez
or the Liberal Government, when it was
in the field. These three inlands have
aibont 8,000,000 aeres of sea island cotton
land. There are now about seventy-five
or eighty Confederate families on these
islands. They each have an immense
plantation, and one who is here now, Mr.
Jacob Ashlock, of Kentucky, 6ays that
their crop year after year averages one
and three-fourth bales to the acre.
HAS NOW HIS FULL STOCK OF
OVERCOATS FOR MEN
OVERCOATS FOR BOYS
.soj to saoto0
For Men and Boys From
S8.00 TO S35.00
rX:f 3S2 ETI2nL$
FOR MEN AND BOYS FROM
The Finest let of
Ever in Salisbury. Prices from
2 Sets to S5.GO.
j WILL SELL YOU A
WARRANTED BOOT FOR $1.85.
Solid leather SHOES for 85cts.
Extract from letter :
Mr. M. S. Bnowx: In reference to the Solar Tip Shoes we hereby authorize you to
waurakt kvkry pair of them in material and workmanship.
We do not warrant against ABUSE or FIRE or WATER. You can give s
new pair for every unsatisfactory one, unless in your judgment the damage was the
fault ol the wearer. "
Plcaso return all imperfect goods te us. Yours truly,
JOHN OTNDELL & CO.
I am prepared to sell you all the goods in my line
30 PER CE.VT CHEAPER
than you can get the same goods any where else.
Has purchased his Stock of Goods for the Fall, which is now coming in, comprising
The Largest and Finest Lint of
ever in Salisbury.
This is business.
M. S. BROWN
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100 BAERELS VIRGINIA
Just received and for sale by
K. J. HOLMES.
Also just in, Full Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods.
Call and see them before making
R. J. HOLMES.
COME AND SEE !
Buckwheat Flour for sale at
Pearl Grits aud Hominy at j
A. Parker's. :
Fresh supply of country produce just
received at A.-Parker's.
I have opened' a new and beautiful
stock of Millinery iu the room formally
occupied by Mrs. Greenfield. Call and
examine, and make selections.
Mrs. V. R. Barker.
I have a large mare MULE FOR SALE
in good order, for cash, mortgage, cr other
good securiiy. J. D. Gaskill.
1 ,000 P0DBD8
FRENCH CAHDlES AT
Books and Daily Papers at ' V
Crosse and Black wcl! Chewing Tobacco at
Cracked Wheat and Oat Meal at
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa, and Philadel
phia Crackers at
l:tf, THEO. BUERBAUM'S.
Turkeys and Cranberries at
J. D. McNeely's.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes at
J. D. McNeeli's.
Fresh Butter aud Apples, at
J. D. McXeely's.
TO WHEAT RAISERS f
Again I take pleasure in offering you
the "Old Reliable" Pacific Guano, which
I have"been selling for over Fifteen years
to the entire satisfaction of all who have
fairly tested it. Nothing better for your
wheat crop, and it suits all lands, most
especially red. It has been tried by our
best farmers along side with genuine "No.
1 Peruvian'' (not No. 2 "Lobos") and
proved to do equally as well.
Just leceived, a fresh car load of "Acid
Phosphate' for composting. Have also
on hands the "Navassa" Guano,! and Al
lison & Addison' "Complete Manure for
Wheat." Call .at once. '
J. ALLSJT BS0WK.
Thrown from His Buggt and Kill
ed. Mr. W. A. Watson, ef Union county
while returning home from Charlotte one
nigut tne meter part oi last week was
thrown from his buggy and his neck bro
ken. When his body was found the
buggy lay upon it, having been thrown
over 1)3 the wJieols ruuniug upon a stump.
p recn. per bus . . .
dried, per lb
Low M Idling,
$ T5 $1.00 fl.09 a IMS
4 a s a 7
MX Mtf H a 15
20 M S3
SO 0 SI
. it UK
8 (4 9
85 ( 0 1.00
. 1.10 1.U L
14 IS 15
10 (4 13 It
3.5T ( 3.75 3.75 a 4.00
50 0 65
13 (4 14 15
8 M 10 11
SO 0 90 1.00 a 1.S0
SO 01.00 1.00 a 1.10
1.60 0 1.75
A Grand Reputation .
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Can
has reached a reputation that is not lim
ited bv tho confiues of section or country.
There are no injurious substances, tier
false and temporary sumaiants in in
preparation. It is purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed severe tests, and won endorse
ments from some of the highest medical
talent iu the country. V. Y. World.
Eralor's Nototo Creditors !
All nersnr.s indebted to the estate of Ro
bert C. Kenncrly, dee'd, are hereby notified
to present their claims to the undei signed
Iwforn the 7th dav of October. A. D.
i 18S2, or this will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. Dated tne otn aay oi uciooer,
A. D. 1881.
G. Henry Brown, Ex'r of
51:6t Robt. C. Kcnnerly, dee'd.
a iTerTtV A T.ARfJE JOBBING HOUSE IK
1 1, r-.ia onri Pjmt m. (trot-class na.IesmriJi.
W U t J vwu uuv. " - f - "T "
s.. n ,n.,f m a trnntt f m.fl A in f hi TlClBltT. KODfl
but thoroughly experienced and capable men need
apply. Address LOCK BOX 13, Philadelphia, Pa.
absolatelyJ.EVERYTHING- required by aay class or condition of cusiooiers, and they
will be marked exceedingly low for
MOREY & SPERBY, -
GOLD & SILYER GRINDING & MLGAMATIIG MACHINERY
And can be put up in one day ready for work.
IT HAS BEEN FULLY PROVKD & TESTED
it woiKUs complete 7.000 pounds. It costs $1 wo ready for
tho bst. Will crusli one ton per hour of hard mam 'that will
pass through a 40-mesh screen. The wear la lew thsn In the
stamp mill Its wearing parts are plain casting and can be
dropped into position In a few moments, as showa by letters A
B and C, no baits or keys are requtnv! ; it can be set upon the
floor of a mill with no expense for foundations, aud can be used
to crusa and work In charges or continuous. It, will amalea
mits either roM or silver ores, makln? It a simple, .
ch-;ap and effective mill ; it requires j2-horse power.
Kt;unp Mills, Keck Breakers, cnwhlny Rolls Km-
gamatlngJJans and Separators for Gold and Silver
ores, CblorldlzlDg . Furnaces, Retorts, Rock Drills,
Air Compressors, steel Shoes and
Dies f(r stamps, and every-deacrlp-tlcn
of Fniraetrfor Stamps-; also
Vrri! or Wnnerr Bon.icFS. Wrm
ox Manilla Ron Drums.
Uff Specially arlnptrd to Slining In.
We construct M1113 with Stamps weiphing from 350 to 00 lbs. for gold and silver ores. Wet or I rj
Crushing M0 tars. Send or Circular. . ,T -rr i
Warerooms 93 and 84 Liberty troet, New Tork.
T j S
It Is with pleasure that we announce that our Fall
Stock Is now complete.
More Goods and Prettier than ever before offered
in this market.
Our stock of Dry Goods is large and comprises
JEANS, &c, Ac.
oca stock cr
NOTIONS TRIMMING3 &f
Is large'and well as.-sortec
NOTICE TO CREDITORS!
' The undersigned having qualified as admin
istrator of the tistate of Davalt Bearer, dee'd,
hereby notifies all pecsons having claims
against said estate to present the same for pay
ment before the Eirst Day of October, 1882,
and all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment immediately to the
undesigned. M. A Bost, Adm'r of
Sept. 30, 1S81. Daralt Beaver.
BEST 1 Qui
UHra.oa I fill I
f II III
' ot mnld in 1
a iWai (Wd far Cta-
kvoe mud PcioM. Tht Oldutwm 4mmt
Grmeert in IKt VwtUd fa").
PATH LANOBETU Se SONS,rBauBr.
we claim to be Headquarters
aad offer special liiduceuicrlts.
we can do you good.
We will only say. that a look at our Clcthln? will
convince you that we are selling CLeaper
than tlie Cheapest.
Hats anfl Caps till yoa can't rest.
A large stock of
Ladies' Shawls L Cloaks.
In the GROCERY line, findstt the best qualities at
I a word, we htve an imcaense stock cf gocifi tht
must be bold. Call aijJ -e us.
j. r. koss.
T. F. Yocso, A. M. Yoryr,
September Slfct. S
V. W. GALtrt.
GOLD & COPPERMINIHG CO.
The meeting rf the Stockholders and Di
rectors of the Noxth State Copper fc Gold
Mining Company, which M-as to be held
at its office on the property of the Company
in Guilford county, N. C, for the purpose
of lev ing an asscssmont on the Stock,
and any other business which might be
presented to the meeting, has been post
poned, and will be held at the same-pla:e,
at noon of the 24th Novemlier, 1881.
J0SLTII WILX1NS, Prcsd't.
A. J. RIGBY. C. E. J. O. MCKIHV, K. M.
EIQBY & HUEPHY,
Minlii aii Ciistrictiis Enfiisers,
78 and 80 Beoadtat.
E,cm 49, fJEY YORK.
TStarcine and report nj-on Mire.
Make Working . Ptar.a and peciCcationa
for the conHlruciion of gold and silver Mills,
or jvill enter into Contracts for iLe erttlirn of
Mining Machinery and supplies purchased
at lowest price? and p onipt attention given
Or address JOHN RIG BY".
49.9:u:pd High I'mst, N. C.
Table Shotting Adual Cost to Members
of $4,000 Insurance jar One
Year (March 1, 1879, to.
March 1, 1SS0
First Class, ngeJ 13 to 3tl yt;n
Second " SO " 40
Third " 40 " 4
Fourth " 45 " 50
Fifth 44 50 " 5,
Sixth 55 ' GG
. 21 25
. 25 50
. 34 CO
. 51 00