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THURSDAY, -XuYEMFfc2& 183-
There ore still a lew people north who
Tear tu come down emu to eugage in
bum new. Wo ore iuJt surprised nt It.
fHiey came fry die fitting honestly. It
was instilled into their lutiids when they
were children, by mothers end fathers.
fcupl temchei and preacher. It is j ust
as natural a being afraid of the ghosts
f Which our titirsee Udd us when we
Acre children, and harder to core One
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.of these afflicted persons wrote to Gen.
fleaureguard an the 7th, that he wanted
to come down to Louisiana to engage So
business and desired to know if it would
he safe. The Gen. answered him in very
jodid, fatherly terms, and told b(m to
tome along down he should not be hurt
if be behaved hiu.self in a reasoable man
,ter and that the people of La, would
not abject to him on the score of bis
Gen. Wickham, of Virginia, who has
been a Republican ever since the war, is
fhm while filling high and honored places
in the party, has been notified by bis
Mabooite competitor, Jones, that be will
.politest hi election. Joins alleges in
timidation, ballot-box stuffing and whis
key as the cause of bis defeat. Wick bam
C ponds by denouncing the charges as
le slanders against his constituents,
and charges Jones "with crimes against
humanity" by his efforts during tbe can
vass to "incite to a pitch of frenzy the
feelings and prejudices of the colored
people against the whites amongst whom
they live, and who are their best and
truest friends." Thus this eld Republi
cap recognues the true cause of the trou
ble between tbe whites aud blacks of
No Wonder. In England 4,500 people
17,000,000 acres of land. Is it any
wonder her working people emigrate. A.
pearly similar tt of things exist ia
Scotland and Ireland, and indeed through
out Europe. Landlords and tenants are
virtually masters and slaves. And the
affest of a protective tariff in this country
tends directly and rapidly to the same
condition here. It is making the rich
richer, and the poor poorer. There is al
ready one man in this country whose
wealth is nearly equal to the value ef the
real estate of the whole of North Carolina.
The Charlotte Observer, of this morn
tag announces that Ticket Agent Adams,
of R. Sc D. R. R. Co., has mads a formal
confession of the frauds for which Tie was
to be tried before the Inferior Court this
week. His confession implicates other
persons as yet unknown to the public,
besides Capt. Oscar Nesbit, who was also
under indictment. In consequence of
Adam's confession the proceedings in
Court have been arrested for the present,
but may come up at the next term.
rwt a a
ine Asiieboro Lou ner gays tbe mr.il
carrier between that place and Troy
makes his two trips a week regularly ou
ieoi and, and is never blowed. Rev.
T tr A M .
i. u. Aitora of Trinity is dead. He was
one of the oldest members of the Coofer-
enee. P. C. Sauuders, of Montgomery
county is dead. He was a man of influ
ence m lus county. Aged between U0
The Chicago Tribune has figured it out
on information gained of Congressmen,
And tells us the result of the contest for
Speaker, thus Randall 62. Carlisle 97
and Cox 34. But notwithstanding this,
Mr. KandaU is represented as very sau-
guine ot being chosen on the second if
not tbe first ballot.
The election in tbe first district took
place last Tuesday and it is repored re
setted iu the choice of Mr. .Skinner, the
Democraticcaudidate. The returnsare not
fall, but from those leceived, it is believ
ed Skinner's majoiity will be about
The Danville Committee of 40, after a
patient investigation of the causes of the
late riot in that city, exaatiuiog 37 wit
nesses, reached tbe conclusions sub
stantially as heretofore published iu the
tbe city papers.
Two burglars were ariested at Golds,
boro a few days ago, mid are now iu
Wake county prison, who have been
identified aa the same who recently com
mitted depredations in Greensboro. They
may be the same who have visited other
Mr. Frank Blair, formerly of Charlotte
bat new o Salisbury, says the Obetreer,
was married iu that city yesterday, to
Miss Minnie Asbury.
The iron business of PitUbmg fails to
revive as was expected, on the contrary
orders are facing off. Southern mills
and the lower rates they can offer are
Besides the exhibit of stock at the Ca
i wbafiiir we noticed a common table
iwd by Rer. Mr. Ivey of Newton,
which weighed . 12 pounds; a sweet
. utaito raised by Mr. Jarreit, of the same
5 weighing 14 pounds, and a turnip
I ised by Mr. W. P. Rciuhardt of Hicko
3 ; which weighed 7 pounds. In the way
a ciiBosiy ii beautiful yellow rabbit,
caught in au old field near Newton, aud
j ut on exhibiiion by Mr. Noah Summer
w, attracted muchattentiou. Pierfsfeef
We have known for a long time that
Catawba county is hard to beat in agri
cultural results and political battles, but
vho ever thought they could raise a
wcet potato of I4i pounds weight f why
ve doubt whether Sampson,-Cumberland,
any Saateia coyidy can beat it.
The Synod of North Carolina.
We subjoin the following report of part
of the proceed i tigs of this body on Thurs
day lest, t wit; The committee on Sta
tistical Exports reported to part, an noun -cing
the death during the year of Rev. T.
P.. Johnson and Rev. V. P. Harrell, of
the presbytjery of Concord ; of Rev. R.
A. Wailes, of the Prebytery of Orange,
and Rev. Wi M. MeGilvary, of tbe Pies
bytery of Mecklenburg.
The report of tbe Trustees of Union
Theological Seminary was read. Tbe re
port presented the work of the past year
and the present conditioa, and was hope
fa 1 and encouraging. The matter will be
brought prominently becoro lite Synod
daring its session.
Winston was chosen as tbe place for
holding the next meeting of Synod. Rev.
J. Rumple, 0. D., was chosen Sy nodical
Agent of Rd ucation, in place of Rev. L.
McKijinon, removed from the Synod.
Rev. L. C. Vaaa, Sy nodical Agent of
Sabbath Schools, made an interesting re
port. A resume ef tbe work of the year
indicates iu every particular gratifying
increase, both in interest and work ac
complished. Mr.Vass reported 154 schools,
with 1,341 teachers and 10,418 scholars;
342 scholars have been received into tbe
church. Tbe contributions for school
purposes were $2,373, and for benevo
lence $1 ,269. On the subject. Rev. Rog
er Martin, of Shoe Heel, made extended
and earnest remarks, approving the reso
lutions, urging the attendance of older
people with their children, and the criti
cal and spiritual study ef tbe Scriptures,
and commending the holding of Presby
terian Sunday School Conventions.
Maj. Robert Bingham, superintendent
of the Bingham School, made an address,
presenting special ly tbe Davidson College
The Watchman has repeatedly urged
owners of "old field" lands to plant them
in timber trees. The destruction and
consumption ef timber is so great that
tbe tfam is coming when it will be far
more valuable than now. Remember,
the population of this country will be one
bundled millions in fifty years from 1830,
aud yon may safely calculate the price of!
timber at very nearly double tbe nraaant !
rates. Walnut, chest nut, persimmon, black
locust, catalpa, white oak and hickory,
are all valuable timbers aud with tbe ex
ception of oak and hickory, are rapid
growers. Ti ne, the man who plants the
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seeds of those trees may not live to reap
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t..c ,U uiuuor, uui sucu a piauui- -
tiou will certainly add value to the lands i
iu proportion to its extent and tbe labor
tbat has been bestowed on it: and tbe pro- i
At , , , ' , p
mo iuoj iwavuBuijr um expecieu io enure
to tbe benefit of his heira.
Iu this connection we present tbe fol-
lnwiiirr n liin'i m- ill 1. f.. ,,,,.1 1 . . a.
"- imercw, to
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every man entertaining this subject as
worthy of attention :'
Walnut Timber. Robert W. Best has
au interesting communication in the Ral
eigh Christian Adzocate of the 14th inst.
iu relation to the planting of black wal
nut trees. He Quotes the m ice of th I
inmuer in cue Mew York market at $125
to $190 per thousand feet. He advises
planting the walnuts iu the early part of
tbe winter, before the nuts get dry. The..
distance be recommends is 8x12 feet, or
500 trees per acre. Planting them thick .
makes them grew np straight. When the
trees aie ten years old Mr. Best recom
mends that half of them be cat oat. He
says they will make capital posts for fen
cing. In eight years he says the trees
will all be in bearing. At tbe end of
thirty years he estimates that the trees
would be worth $5 each, or $1,250 per
acre. He thinks the laud should be
ploughed and manured preparatory to
plan ting the walnuts, and tbe bitter nl&nt-
ed about tbe same depth as corn. Plant
witu tue Hull on just as they drop from
the trees. The young trees he says should
be cultivated for a few years. Although
there may be no immediate return, yet
the land continually increases in value
and becomes a rich and inheritance for
the generation to come after yon.
These details seem to come from one
baring some knowledge of the subject.
We gire them for what they may be
worth, and tlier seem to us worth v of tbe
ntteutiou of land owners.
Dezexdokv, the leading straightout
Republican over in Virginia, says tbe
Charlotte Observer, insists that the way
for the Republicans to succeed is to have
one and the same Republican party for
every section j not a party for the North
aud another for the Sooth. Mr. Dezen-
dorf is right in his facts; there are two
Republican panics at the North it i one
tiling and at the South quite another.
But he Is very u roiig iu his notion that
under any cii euaist aucea that party could
make bead a j at the isouth. He aavs :
"Mahone would hare the country be
lieve that '.he .-bt gun die' has beeu
inaugural. . i in Viegiuia, that the 'Dan
ville ri.it,' m called, was tbe cause of his
defeat; iluit the whites of Virgiaia had
inaugurated a feast of blood, a:d the cd
oml itn were the victims of their blo4d
t Ii it st v hate. No baser slander ever was
uttered against any people. There was
uevor a more peaceable or quiet elecriuu
held iu any State than was Held iu Vir
giuia ou the tith day of tbe preseut mouth.
The colored vote itself ia the beat refnia
tiou of this baseless slander,
'The Danville riot was the legitimate
outgrowth ot Mali. oie's method aud the
natural result of the inflamattiry (ieech
made by i,is mail Sims the uight before the
disturbance. It is true there were colored
men killed and this no oue regrets more
than myself so there were in the draft
riots iu your own city in 1802, but no one
thought of branding tbe people of the
State of New York as inaugurating "the
shot gnu policy1 then, but that this single
ccu nonce should be used as a text from
which to preach tbat the 'shot gnu policy'
has beeu inaugurated iu Virgiuia, for the
purpose off firms the northern heart, is au
unwarranted misrepresentation of tacts,
i and a wicked resort of base miml. nrf
whoever dues it I regard as au euemy of
his country." j
The New York aud Brooklyn bridge
cost about $15,000,010. The annual re-
eeiiit im i mt t-il i a. ,
i , culm ooeue.i to travel
H.ii pU jafhe iiterst oi the bontle,
Mahoxe is out in a lengthy address,
ostensibly to his Readjuster party but in
fact intended more for the use of north
ern republicans in the approaching Pres
idential campaign, He claims for the
Head jus tors all the good done in Virgin
ia, and blames tbe Democratic party with
the evils which have happened, enlarg
ing on the Danville riot which he declares
was a race issue. It was expected that
he would do all this, to cover tbe morti
fyiug defeat which lie and his backer,
president Arthur have just sustained.
There is au army recruiting officer at
Charlotte. The Observer is warning
young men against getting drunk, for
fear tbat iu that coudition they might be
induced to accept the drum bead money.
It hadn't ought to do it. The army is the
very place for young men who get drunk.
Let the sober ones stay at home and the
drinking boys fight the Indians.
Destitute Irish emigrants are arriving
at Toronto Canada, and tbe people are
deliberating as to the means of relieving
W. Richardson & Co., have just started
a new paper at High Point entitled "The
Tbe Cleveland Guards have disbanded
and seat their arms back to Raleigh.
Nov. 19. The coast of Newfoundland
was swept by a snow storm.
The recent election in Iowa, embraced
prohibition, which was lost.
An Emphatic Refutation.
To break the force of his defeat, and
retain his standing among his Republi
can allies, Senator Muhoue, of Virgiuia,
m trying to make it appear that he was
beaten by the agency of shotguns, force
and intimidation. Tbe Baltimore Sun, a
very moderate and by uo means a parti
san paper, reviews the returns from the
election iu that State, aud thus emphati
cally disposes of the hilse assertions. It
Tbe statement mode by General Ma-
bone, and reiterated by Senator Riddle-
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oeirger, inai uie resuu oi tne election iu
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Virginia is attributable to the intimida
tion of the colored voters in con nee t ion
with the Danville riot, receives au em
phatic refutation in the returns from all
! sections of the State, which show that
tuamiuii ww is larger man an V
oy? m the 1 0
the coalition vote is larger than any cast
party, and very largely in exceRs of the
voU UJ which Cameron was elected
Governor, or that giveu to the readjuster
ff "wional candidates last year. It is
believed the vote will exceed the 1 at -est
vote overcast in Virginia. Iu Pittsylva
nia county the iucrease is nearly 2,800
over the vote at the lust presidential
election. In Brunswick, a Mahona eon -if v
ui.i l. i...i m .i i . : '
u uiwk ucii, m c last vear wise
gt J,40 votes fJr congress, the coal l
tionists this year polled over 1,500. Last
hawever, Massey received only 250
in Brunswick county, while this year the
Democratic vote is 1,2(KJ. In the back
tier of the southwestern counties, hereto
fore readjuster strongholds, and where i
MWI UI uanviiie attair was uot
generally knowut it' at all, ou election
dT the uprising against Mahoneism, as
,,OWu by Uio returns just in, was as
determined and as forceful as elsew here.
Tl mHJ b aid ot Westoioi-elaud,
Northumberland, Laucaster, Richmond
and Essex counties, remote from railroads
and telegiaphic communication, and
where the news from Danville was uot
heard until after election day. It was
not intimidation, but the arousing of the
immense reserve white vote, which
snowed Maboneism under a popular
majority of about 25,000.
Of Course It is a Lie.
A telegram from Washington city,daled
Nov. 16, says: "An evening paper pub
lishes to-day a statement tbat there is
now on file in the depaitmeut of Justice
a report, the contents of which have nev
er beeu made public. This report is to the
effect that it is impossible to convict any
oue of an election offense iu South Caro
lina. Men, women aud children are
agaiust it ; no jury could be found that
would convict. It is set forth tbat wives
and sweethearts of white men drrawn for
tbe jury daily say to their husbands and
lovers before they go to court, 'you need
not come back to me unless you do your
duty. This means that unless you give a
verdict for acquittal you can depart.'
Thie report was made by a special agent
of tbe Department of Justice and indors
ed by tbe United States Attorney."
National Cotton Planters'
A Richmond, Va., telegram; dated Nov.
1G, says, that advices have beeu received
that the approaching convention of the
National Cotton Planters' Association to
lc held at Vicksburg, Miss., will be. oue
of the largest aud most important ever
held by the association. Large delega
tions of cotton manufacturers from New
England, and from the Southern mills
have signified their inteutiou of being
present. President Morehead has iuvited
the Governors aud State officers of all the
cot toil and a u umber of the Northern
States, and has received acceptances front
many. He left Washington last night
Apropos of the suggestion that the Vir
giuia darkeys were bulldozed, attention
ia called to the fact that nine negroes
were elected t the general assembly;
that Mabone got the biggest vote his par
ty ever polled, aud it is estimated that a
hundred thousand negro ballots were
cast. In the county where Danville is
situated 3,000 negroes voted. Xetcs tt
Counecticut has been the scene of
ninety -seven murders aud ouly seven
haugiugs in the last twenty years.
Two farmers saw a couple of dudes on
a street in Troy, wheu ouo exclaimed:
'(iosli ! What things we see when we
don't have uo guu."
Fowi.kr, Ixu., Nov. )9. ANut W:30
last night a man on horseback slowly
rode to the jail from the southeast.
I After ridiug around the court house he
turned rapidly in the direction from
which he came. About an hour after
about 300 masked men rode into the
town. They hitched their horses, posted
guards to warn away citizens and went to
the east door of the jail, where they soon
found an entrance by breaking down the
doors with sledge hammers. They then
quietly but with great determination
proceeded to break iu the iron doors
leading to the corridors. This took per
haps half au hour. They were after
Jacob Neeliug, who so brutally murdered
Ada Atkinson some weeks ago. He met
them at the door of his cell already
dressed and ready to go to his doom. He
wae quickly walked to a carriage in
which was a rope. The only remark be
made was "Go a little slow, gentlemen ;
I am older tbau some of you." He was
taken to Oxford and hung immediately.
New York, Nov. 20. While the ex
amination of Doyle, the tramp, accused
of murdering tbe Maybree ladies at
Brook ville, L. I., was in progress before
the coroner to day, the floor of tbe room
gave away, and prisoner, jury, officers,
TO PLEASE ALL.
JONES, McCUBBINS & Co.
Without any Exception
Have tbe bett stock of
Fall and f inter Goods
IN SALISEL H Y.
Their DRESS GOODS
THEIR STOCK or
- m ill
Gents and Ladies
Cannot be Sm passed.
THEY CAN SUPPLY YOC WITH ALMOST
G-IVE ZliE X QfiLL.
Nov. 22, 1383.
Delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified
that they may hereafter find me in my office
ready to receipt them, until 15th of Decem
ber. After that date my books will he put
out .or collection with cost added.
C. C. K RIDER, Sh'ff.
Nov. 14, 1883. 2w
OFFER EXTRAORDINARY INDUCE
MENTS TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING
THEIR TRADING BY MAIL.
OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
IS SO ARRANGED THAT "SHOPPING"
BY MAIL IS RENDERED EASLER AND
IS OFTEN MORE SATISFACTORILY
DONE THAN IN PER80N.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDED TO. SAM
PLES SENT, AND ESTIMATES
GIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION-DELIVER
OVER TEN DOLLARS IN AMOUNT,
FREE OF EXPRESS OR MAIL
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
IS NEEDED TO CLOTHE MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, LADIES, MISS
ES AND CHILDREN, INCLCDIMO A
COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND
MISSES' UNDERWEAR, AND HAVE
THE BEST DRESS-MAKING ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE SOUTH.
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKOW SKY h mm.
coroner and Sfiectators were pieclpi;ated
into the cellar. The distant o was not
great and no one was seriously hurt, al
though nearly a hundred pet sons were
bruised and scratched.! Another room
was procured and the examination was
Lokdox. Nov. 20. Queen Victoria aud
suite left the Royal residence of Balmo
ral, Scotland, for Windsor castle. Police
closely gnarded the tralu. Upon its ar
rival at Aberdeen the officials of the
Great Western Railroad company took
extraordinary precautions for the safety
of the train, aud when it reached the via
duct below Windsor large gangs of men
guarded the arches.
e a -4 - -
A Pennsylvania mule, which had lived
in a coal mine for nine years without
seeing daylight, was hoisted up the other
day, and bis first act was to kick a boy
sky high. Mules know what daylight is
made for as well as any one else.
Tbe New York Tribune publishes a list
of name, from among which it selects
those of Mr. Tilden, ex-Senator McDon
ald and Judge Hoadly as the most proba
ble choice of the Democracy for the
Presidency, with their chances for the
nomination in the order named above.
SALE OF LAND!
On Monday the 3d of December,
188. I will sell to the highest bidder, at
the Court House door in the town of Salis
bury, ut the hour of 12 M.. a tract of land
known as the Polly Hantaan land, it being
the same devised by the said Pollv Hart-
man to Solomon Ketchey and others, near
the lands ot Jacob Yost, Wm. Safril and
others, containing 140 acres, more or less,
being and situated in the township of Li
taker. This is a valuable tract of land, well
located, and within a few miles of Salis
bury. TERMS of sale : One half cash ; tbe oth
er witbiu six months from date of sale.
The deferred payment to be secured bv
: bond and g.iod security. By order of the
superior Uourt of Rowan.
A. W. KLTJTTZ, ComV.
Nov. 3d, 1883. Im
State of North Carolina,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. B. Lanier Against Radford C. Bailey.
It appearing to he satisfaction of the
Court that the defendant, Radford C. Bai
ley, is a non-resident of this State: It is
ordered that publication be made in the
"Carolina Watchman," for six successive
weeks notifying the said Radford C. Bailey
to be and appear before the Judge of our
Superior Court, at a court to be held at the
Court House in Salisbury on tbe 9th Mon
day after the 4th in March, 1884, and answer
the complaint which will be deposited in
the office the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county, within tbe first three dt-ys
ot said term. And the said Radford C.
Bailey is farther notified that a warrant oi'
attachment, in said action has been issued
against his property for the recovery of live
hundred dollars and intetest, and has been
levied by the Sheriff of Davie County upon
the said defendant's "individual interest in
two hundred acres of land formerly the
property of Sanford and Emily Bailey and
adjoining the lands of Samuel and Coleman
Foster, Nathan Hainiine and others, situat
ed in Davie county, on the waters of Dutch
man Creek," and tbat said warrant of m-
tachment is returnable on the 9th Mondav
I . A. a I ill. ir s m f
Hiwsr me ui oionaay or September, 1883
at the Court House in Salisbury.
J. M. HORAH,
4:6w Clerk S. C. Rowan Co.
Taliiatle Beat Estate
A ehanTf his Imsinoca nrtll I
r- nut sci i un easy
terms some of the most valuable property
in and adjoining the town of Salisbury, viz:
The House and Improvements
where I now reside house of brick with 10
rooms 18 feet square, well finished : two
brick out-houses with two rooms each, used
Cook room and smoke-house and dwelling;
also, fine brick dairy ; good barns and other
buildings; good garden and an orchard of
nice fruits containing from 8 to 10 acres of
land all in good condition.
Also, two houses and lots in Salisbury,
and about thirty good building lots of one
acre each, or any size to suit the purchaser.
These lots are as well located as any in the
I will also sell two or three small farms
of from 25 to 100 acres within H miles of
the Courthouse. Also, one iarm of 182
,C,i nines nuiu oitnsourv, on the
wr x- f i u u : i. i : u! . .
t j it. i. miiv.il mis in cultivation about
50 acres ot as good bottom land as can be
found in the county. Also, several valuable
GOLD MINIM, PROPERTIES.
For information in regard to the property
or myself. I refer to Messrs. Luke Blackmer,
M. L. Holmes, S. II. Wiley and J S McCub
S. R. HARRISON.
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PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewing Machines Weed and Hartford. I,,
Read Proof of Wcnflerfnl Cures:
Charleston, 8. C, July 22, 1683.
Dr. J. B. Kendall A Co., DearJSlre: I purchased
Jit Louisville, Kj, a very flne bred colt, and in ship
ping he got bis hock badly hurt on the outside of the
Joint which caused it to sweU three or four times
the natural size, which made him very lame. I tried
a great many liniments which failed to benefit the
injured part. At last when disgusted, and ready to
give up the colt as ruined. I happened to see your ad
vertisement of "Kendall's Blister and-Spavln Cure "
and thought I would give it a trial, I first appUed
the "Blister" to the hock which by this time had
calloused, and to my surprise found it worked like a
charm. In twenty-four hours tbe part that was
hard became soft and the lameness began to leave.
I then got some of "Kendall's Spavin Cure" and ap
plied it according to directions, which has made a
perfect cure, ana the colt Is now as sound as any
horse alive. I merely write this letter to vou. as I
think it a duty I owe to you. and also for the good
of the public at large.
The foregoing statement!' win affidavit to. and
can also have the same verified by the best horse
men In our city who saw the colt before and after
treatment. Wry Respectfully,
12 Chapel St. " John R. Abkold.
Belmont N. II.. July 23, ibS3.
Dr. B.J. Kemlall Co., Gtut: It is with the
greatest pleasure that I wish to sav to vou that I
have used your "Kendall's SDavln Cure" with the
very best results, huvlne entirely cured a horse af
flicted with splint, also another that had a spavin.
The cure found to be permanent. 1 have used it in
many other cases and find that It does all claim for
i extner ior man or oeast. Puof. j. P. cillsy.
Galveston, Texas, July 18, 1888.
Dr. B. J. K",ti ill fr Co. : I herebv certify hav
ing used "Kendall's Spavin Cure" on a valuable
horse for a curb with entire success and take pleas
ure in recommending it In all confidence.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Modesto, Cal , Aug. Kb, 1882.
B. J. Krn'irtll & Co., Gmts .-Before coming to this
coast, and while at home, in LongmeadowTMass., I
had occasion to observe the benefits resulting from
the use of your Kendall's spavin Cure. My brother
had a young horse which developed a bone spavin
wblch he cured and at the same time removed the
enlargement. A Mr. A. K. Mathews also cured a
valuable stallion of a spavin, as well as another ac
quaintance by the name of B. Combs, both of which
came under my personal observation, being in my
own town, and a gentleman wllh whom I was well
acquainted, and In the Interest of the horsemen In
this vicinity I offer this my experience.
Respectfully yours. Jambs Qunnj.
Col ton, cat, Oct. 3rd, ittt.
B.J. KendnU A Co. While in the employ of C. C.
Hastings, the well known horseman, of Han Fran
cisco. In the year ending 1. we had a young bone
two years old that contracted a bone nana and
seeing your liniment known as Kendall's Spavin
Cure advertised, upon my own responsibility I com
menced using it and within thirty days from that
time and after having used only three bottles the
spavin was removed entirely, and therefore I natur
ally have the utmost confidence in its merits. I do
not hesitate to recommend it to all who have occa
sion to use the medicine and should any one desire
to confer with me I shall be glad to answer any com
munication relating to the case in question.
Respectfully yours, Johw Roadman.
Price fl per bottle, or six bottles for S3. All Drug
gists have it or can get It for you, or it will be sent
to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors.
Db. B. J. Kendall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
&S0ZD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
The subscriber offers for rent a Storehouse
and Warehouse, at Third Creek Station
The property is new and in good condition
and well situated for business. Applv to
, . , , JO"N CARSON.
Third Creek, Nov. 10th, 1883. 4-4t pd
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A 4- A j MOR;U
I will sell to the highest bidder (if not
"iy aom oeiorei on t ie 2(Jth Vnvom
i i i . . , , ' . 1 -govern
her nptt t tho ),...,. e n .
,, ' i me .ourt-House,
all my real estate in Salisbury, to wit My i
fine new brick storehouse, my brick Dwell-
ing House and lot, comprising every neces
sary convenience torn family; and one
vacant budding lot 80x400 feet, and tkree
other building lots 100x400 feet each
Terms made to suit the purchaser
Oct 24th '83 a K CIAWFORD.
FALL AND WIN TEH
ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY,
r iri rl fLoolT-JT rt o -k vr rF t-,
will take great pleasure you
Lovliest, Most Stylish and Completest Stock of gooj
- GOODS to be found in Salisbury.
J. D. GASKILL.
HTimimrfi wm m upholsterer
flM WaJiHUT iiUm,
Cottage Suits, 20,25 ani $3j
f oven fire Mattresses, M
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Norui Carolina, Rowan Connly.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
October 3d, 18S:
HANNAH DOUGHERTY, Plaintiff,
A r r i - w , i ' 1 . . . . . . . I I 1 , , . -
" viutic- ami unbound, n ni.
Grimsley ; Elizabeth Hicks ami
husband, Wm. Hick "Andrew Hv
ard, Mary Millsaps, Caroline Uar- !
met and husband, Sam'l Hamef & i
Eliza Byard, heirs-at-law of Eliza
beth McBryde, dec.'d.; Thos Benton
McBryde and Elizabeth II. Mc
Bryde, heirs-at-law of James Me
Bryde, deceased ; the heirs at law
(names uuknown) of John 31c
Bryde, dee'd.; the heirs-at-law of
Wm. McBryde, dee'd., vi?: Rachel
McBryde, Susan McBryde ir others
(names unknown ;) and the heirs-at-law
(names unknown) of Thos.
McBryde, deceased. Defendants. J
Av appeal iu iu me sai isiacuon oi ut
Court that Andrew Byard, Mary 3f illxpv
If r. . . .1 i r . .C.I
Garonne Uamct and husband. Sam'l Hi
et; Eliza Byard, Thos. B. McBryde, ud
Elizabeth H. McBrvde : the heirsntlw
.(names unkaown) of John McBrvde, deed
the heire-at-law of Win. McBivuc, deed,
viz: Rachel McBryde and Susan JTcBrtA
and others, names unknown ; atid the hrirv
at-law (names unknown) of Thos. McBr
uec ti., are non-resident of this State
1 ' m & ... . .
is nereoy ordered that publication lciiia
in the Carolina Walchnian. a weekly news
paper published in the town of Salisbun
for six successive weeks, notifying tbeab'h
named nonresident defendants to be sid
appear at the office of the Clerk of the St
perior Court of Rowan county at the Oat
House in Salisbury, on Monday the 3d d;
of Decern her. 1883, and answer or deer
to the petition which has been riled in tit
above entitled -action ; and it they fail
to auswer or demur, the Plaintiff will pf!
to the Court for the relief demanded intbf
said petition. John M. IIo'kah.
51:6t Clerkk S. C. RowtnC
SHERFF'S TAX NOTICE.
I will meet the Tax Payers of Row
county, at the following times and plv
for the purpose of collecting the State
County tax for the year lbS3..
The law is rifjid and Tax Payers st
earnestly requested to meet in thetowwhf
and settle their taxes. I will make but
round, as the law requires no inore.
Uunlty. at Rice A Bailv s store. Mondaj Oct
Scotch irtsn, " Ml. Vernon, Tuesday "
Steei, " Davis' store. Wednesdaj'
Ht irii f " nugins 'iiuu.se near
uul l Tr UnlKtinnlri IM ii'P TIllirSdaT
AtweU, - at Coleman's, Friday
do. Enoehvllle. Saturday
China Grove, " China ;nve, Monday
I Maker, Bosttan's x Koads. Tuesday
Gold 11111, " Gold Hill. Weilm'"d;iy
atorvan's MorKan-SolJ pla iii'irw.'
do. at Rob t Miller's; Tuursday evciili
to ten o.tioelv
Providence, at Hattr shons. Friday, lis.-
Salisbury, " Court House, Saturday
FrankUn, ' Franklin Academy, Monday
Locke. " Oitann-K. Tuexla)
ScoU;h Irish, " Kowan Mills, W'ednesay
C. C. KK1DEK. M
of Rowan County.
Tlio racrnUrun...! f ant i n r nf t lie St''
r "i t- . .ii . T... nUrx "
IU1I KAAl I 'Aii,naniF U' 1 I T'lKI U'"v
VJ..I; 1 VT 1 -i - 1- . 11 l I'lT""..
in November. 1883. it bcin" the 2MH a.1-
G. P. Erwin. Sec'y &. Jre
Salisbury, N. C, Oct. 10. l:!-'61
MORGAN'S CIGAR STAND!
Keeps a Select stock of all the
and good. He occupies one of tbe
, Cm 11 W
dowsof Davis' Furniture sfof.
can suit you to a T.
Fold on trial. W .ni. 3
an rrtm "
mCl OF BlfiuHAhhTOf,
auuuaios, t. '
November 1, 198:j.