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At mrriinf of the Murk holder oftbe
Vilmiiifttii and Wcldmi Railroad held
Uniiug the tin' lat, the ir.ject, which
has excited Nci intercut, of build
i ig raili.ad from Wilmm to Florence
vr;ig brought before the bod.Vj when after
i icnssion, tlie following preamble and
I esfl lit ions were adopted :
Whereas, in view of tlnp evils which
bare grown out of the legislation of mmre
f the Southern Stairs when bv stockhol
ders have la-en practically deprived of
lite management of tUeit - own railroads,
ird of thcdniigcwns agitation of the mine
fcnhjectin Yorth Carolina,
Besotted, That all consideration of ihe
subject of const rutting a branch road
from the Wilmington and Weldou road in
lite direction of Florence, S. C, be for
Jiift present postponed.
For one we are mere in favor of having
it Railroad Commission to look after the
rights and interests of the people in these
institutions than ever before. The, peo
ple hare lights that railroads and capi
talists should be required to respect, oth
erwise they are at their mercy, rhich, in
the very nature of soulees corporations,
in no protection at all. We believe there
uas uo good reason tor the action quoted:
t hat there is nothing in the design ol the
legislation alluded to caleiilnted to alarm
railroad men unless conscious of a pur
pose inimical to the rights and interests
of the people. If it is not possible to hai
;.ynize the interests of railroads and the
i iconic, then railroads -are a curse. If it
js possible, then capitalists have no cause
to fear making investments in railroads;
and such action as the above should only
signal to the people the importance of
taking a proper interest in institutions
uhich deeply concern them.
"Think." A gentleman much given
thinking, writing and working, speakiug
if the possibilities of improving
j he material condition of the coun
try, tnc other day, concluded thus;
fBut it is so hard to get peeple to
think." Ad this is true. Tho great
majority wag on through life without
troubling themselves to think. True,
piany a good thing has been struck out
as a spark from the flint, to enlighten
jind bless mankind, but the great mass of
(he good things which contribute to man's
happiness in this life, is the result of
thought of study. The most successful
men jn the world of whatever pursuit,
are they who think. The best farmers,
the beet mechanics, the best lawyers,
doctors, merchants, or vftiatnot, are all
flankers hard thinkers, And tho man
who expects to go through life without
flunking had as well write himself down
jis a fool, for that is the liest that can be
.said for him.
The city of New York celebrated the
centennial of the evacuation bv the Brit
ish of that city in 1783, amidst a drench
ing rain. But nothing daunted the cele
bration went out drenched banners lly
f ng canons roaring,be)ls ringing and steam
whistle blowing. They made all tho
noise they could. All the distinguished
tpeople were ou hand taking part. The
siatuc of Washington was jpnveilcd on
fhe steps of the sub-tieasnry .ajnbl the
mjcist imposing ceremoujes, aud Mr, Geo.
William Curtis made a speech all glow
fug with patriotic fire, paying a glorious
tribute to the memory off he great Ameri
fsxn General who successfully won aud
established the independent of his peo
ple. At Columbus, Miss., a $40,000 factory
for producing buckets, tubs, wagoir
spokes and hubs, U going up, JJo better
timber for such purposes can bo found
Au the southern States than righ,t here jn
North Carolina. The best buckets and
urbs ever sold in this market were made
by the Conrad of Lexington, N. C.
W)iat has liccome of that establish men tf
and why has not more capital sought an
investment. in this branch of business iu
North Carolina t j
Prof. W. F. McCakkon, a miat popu
ar ipeaker on Temperaiiee, having or
ganized a Grand Division of the BOinwhat
ancient order of the 'Sous of Temperance'
jn Asheville N. C, will visit communities
jnviting him, for tlie purpose of address
ing the people and reorganizing Didisious
where desired. He is highly commended
by a number of the prominent citizens of
Asheville, as a Christian geutJeiQcut of
high character, and efficieut as a worker
jn the temperance cause.
It is ascertained that this country pro
duces 40,000,000 bushels sweet potatoes
aud 150,000,000 bushels Irish potatoes.
That is nearly four bushels of these veg
etables to every man, woman and jcliild
per year. If we eat other products of
juir soil in proportion, we are a nation of
- - -4ib-
Au exchange (we forget which) says it is
ust a little strange that a baud of house
breakers should travel from town to town
1 iro.igh the State without bejng captured,
it must be admitted. Perhaps the local
jiol'ce had better put their watchful eye
pn tlie movements of local suspects,
Mr. E. U. Drake, for 2(J years editor of
lie "tjiieaville American, has $ohl tyit tp
Dr. ' J- Mott, who has made arrange
mei.isi with Mr. G. A. Latham, of New
pern, to dp the editorial work of ihe pa
jor. Tlio Asheville Citbjeu giv.e notice of
tolen projierty recoverod a jjold watch
. ..A tiatr bracelets. &C.
; .lit v v I
Mr. HkiniH i'a mnjoniv m rue nrst
jV. .icssioual district, it is now said will
Hoi Hide murders nre the startling sub
ject of fhe day north, south, eat ami
west, alilir, conif in with their quota.
It is a time for every body to keep cool
aiiil take care of himself. ,
To avoid cold avoid draughts of wind
either. on the head or feet when in the
house. Better lie out of doors entirely
than to lie in the way of a draught from
a crevice in door or window, striking feet
Dr. C. A. Ilendersoii and lady, nre now
at Tampa, Florida, and will probably
spend the winter there.
A very hard scramble is goiug on for
Speaker, and Randall's chances seem to
We have received the first number of
the Mining paper just started at Lexing
ton. Dead Here Too,
In the general expression of joy at the
dowufall of Mahoue, says the State CliroJ
c, we have all been eager to consider the
bearing of the election in Virginia- ou Na
tional politics, but little lias been said
about its hearing ou politics in North
Carolina. Yet it will undoubtedly have
an effect hete, and the effect it will have
will be that our little Mali ones will hard
ly be heard of agaiu. It was the success
of "Liberalism?' iu Virginia that suggest
ed to Mr. Emory Speer Liberalism in
Georgia, to Geji. Chalmers Liberalism iu
Mississippi, to Col. Cash Liberalism in
South Carol jua, aud to our own brave lit
tle bosses Liberalism iu North Carolina.
Since, therefore, Liberalism turned out
to be not merely Republicanism (from
which in the beginning it Was a difference
without a very! clear distinction) but now
also a peculiar virulent form of Republi
canism which produces nothing more than
strife between the races, we may predict
with some confidence that it will hardly
be heard of here agaiu.
We are not quite ready for Danville
riots aud the like, which is eqivaleut to
seyiug that we prefer the frank old scram
ble for the spoils an opeu shameless Re
publicanism, Col. Young and "rcfoim"
to the mimicry of Mahome. Our little
Liberals, too, are dead.
The Fight for the Mallet.
Battle of the Three -Gordon's Setter It
WW Not Boom -Talk on the Avenue
From the Charlotte Observer.
Washington, Nov. 24. The situation
has changed more than a superficial ob
server would suppose. The sectional
cry having beeu found injurious to Rau
dall is abandoned and the business cry
instituted. Letters pour: iu from the
cities where manufacturing i net rots pre
dominate, urging the necessity for the
election of Mr. Uaudall and the adoption
of the "go slow" poliuy this winter.
Kuudall himself seems serenely confident.
But his friends are working like beavers.
They claim more than half of Georgia
aud a good portion of Missouri. It has
been many a year since so much anima
tion was perceptible eight days iu advance
of the meeting of Congress.
. Iu the other headquarters there is even
more apparent activity. Carlisle talks
pleasantly t till who come. He is per
naps the most approachable, as ' the
phrase is, of all the candidates, and is
one of Ihe most candid and unaffected of
our distinguished aud public men. His
prospects have greatly brightened in the
past two days. The coining into the
tight or 1 lldeu, whose personal agenis
are fully known, has probably injured
rather thau helped Randall. The letter
gf Gen. Gordon to Randall, given to the
press to-day, is thought to be a part of
a preconcerted plan by which it should
le made to appear that the latter was
t ne ctioice ot ueoryia and the ''progress
ive South." It has created no seusation.
One of the curiosities of the contest is
the two days absence of Sunset Cox iu
New York te deliver a lecture on music.
Who but the versatile aud esthetic Cox
woald dessrt a canvass in which he was
so active for such a purpose ?
Senator Vixnhe.es denies ou the au
thoiity of Mr. Mi. Donald Ihat the latter
has taken part -whatever iu the
- r - . -
Speakership conti t. lie says that he
has not written or spoken to a member
on the sub ject. The uunjbcr of reports is
Eighty-five reprrsenja fives are here,
'f I ip re is compUijnt ju some quarters that
members wxp coming in slowly. Hut this
is as large a number as usual a week in
advance of the meeting of' CttUgfrss,
More haste is made by Noitbcin i,)en
this year iu getting here thau by South,
em. Of the latter less thau thirty in too
city. Carlisle is the outspoken favorite
of most of these.
Of ,thp floating opinion outside the
Democratic party nine-tenths js or
Messrs. Aiken, Dibble, Eyins and
Mackey, of the South Carolina delega
tion, are on hand. Not a single North
Carolina member has yet put in his ap
peal am v. H.
Miss SuiJ0fkins : "Aud you've come .to
see tlie sights of London, have you, Wil
liam t" William : 'Yes, auut ; so I
thought I'd call on you,." And he never
could make out why Miss S. did not ask
him to stay to dinner.
Frank Ellison, a colored mau from
lh-aufort, writes the Raleigh News aud
Observer, that the colored voters of that
toun voted aitmst aulidljr for Skinner as
ja rebuke to crrtaiu Federal officeholders
who tried to play boss over them.
Our Spiritual Stronghold.
This season of religious assemblies in
the State calls to mind the peculiarly rev-
eniiti.il position that the churches hold in
North Carolina. Fifty ears ago such an
assertion would have leen soperfluoBS,
or at least trite ; but to day it is very sig
nificant. All prtdestant churches have
within this generation constantly gained
iu membership and iu wealth, but in ma
ny parts of Chi istendoni they have un
deniably lost something of their spiritual
power, or at least something of that uni
versal reverence in which they were for
merly held. Both iu England and in the
Northern and Western States, while the
churches have constantly kept pace with
the increase ot population and the changes
in living and iu thinking, the voice of the
skeptic has become louder, and ecclesias
tical organizations have suffered more or
less from "iiberalisiu" and from that ten
dency which always shows ifself when
spirituality begins to decay, to become
lather social than religious organizations.
jnt jt has not been so iu North Carol i-
ua When we had no railroads and no
cities there were itinerant old Methodist
heroes that we ought to remember and to
honor forever, who carried the gospel
through rain or sunshine to small congre
gations far apart, aud preached with the
power of God rather than with the learn-
m l" . T
ing ot men ; wneu mere were uo cuurcues
strong iu numbers, there were many of
that vigorous generation of Baptist
preachers, who often walked from church
to church to arouse that zeal by which ou
generation has made so powerful a church,
aud to save men's souls at all hazards;
ong before our sturdy Scotch had lost
fresh memory of their native dialect, there
weie men among them, brave iu holiness
whe did honor to the stern creed of John
Knox ; even when the infant colony first
began to feel the possibility of becoming
a nation, the Episcopal clergy compelled
a universal popular levereuce that the
Mother Church in England had already
begun to lose; when iu the early history
of the State we were intolerant to many
things the majority called heresy, the
Romish church compelled respect and
reverence in North Carolina; so, too,
from the begi lining, the other churches,
such for instance, as the Lutheran, which
won or sent followers among our people,
never heard a scoffer iu our borders. And
as it was in the good old times, so also is
This is cause fur thanksgiving aud con
ratulation. The good men of all the
churches who lived and labored for us
Atkinson, Wingate, and Reid, and hun
dreds more of blessed memory died with
the same universal love of the people that
the generations of preachers before them
found an earthly solace for their manifold
trials; and the preachers to-day hold and
use wisely the same spirirunl power in
our society that their heroic predecessors
held, and used. We have, and always
had, as all other people have had, many
irreligious men, but they have always
given the churches the utmost respect
and reverence, and the churches hare al
ways held their power over the hearts
and lives of the people power over the
people's thought and action likewise; for
the minutes of the Synods, the Conven
tions and the Conferences these fifty years
constitute tlie most significant and im
portant part of tho history of our people.
Our churches are yet the same powerful
agencies in our upbuilding that they have
always been yes, even greater; and the
man who wisely reads the signs of the
times in other lands and iu our own will
thank God for the spiritual vigor which
fills and inspires the general assemblies
of all our ecclesiastical bodies. We still
have preachers of the good old kind. The
same spiritual forces that have made us
what we are, yet work for our uplifting,
and the vigor of our churches is cause for
sincere thankfulness. Rapid progress as
we may make, we still have need to save
our souls, and it is a blessed thing to re
member that our populatiou increases, as
our aims become larger aud our lives be
come busier, the altar and the hearth
stone continue to be synonymous, that
the scoffer is not heard iu the laud and
that even unbelief pays the profouudest
reverence to faith.
No State Tax.
It is reasonably certaiu that no State
tax will be levied or collected iu North
Carolina next year. As has been hereto
fore mentioned by us the Legislature, at
its session lagt winter, released the pur
chasers of the Westem North Carolina
railroad from complying with certaiu
provisions of their contract, and iu con
sideration therefor they were to pay the
State $000,000 before next May, and the
Legislature passed an act declaring, that,
i jf this payment of $600,000 was made, uo
taxes for State purposes should be paid
as that sum would support tlie State
government. If the railroad people do
not make this payment they nre not to
be released from the original contract,
but we are pleased to learn from a relia
ble source that the payment will certain
ly be made at tlie time designated.
arrangements .having already been made
by the railroad authorities for raising
uur people win uouutiess rejoice
greatly to be reljeveu Jor one year troin
the payment of a portion of their taxes,
but we doubt the wisdom or policy of
the Legislature iu taking such action.
XORTHFIELD, Vt., Nov. 24. While
endeavoring to cross the railroad at
n in - . .
Lanesviiie wnn a team last evening,
Win. Mcintosh aud his wife aud a daugh
ter of Rev. Joseph House, of Berlin, the
wagon was struck by the Chicago ex
press train. Mrs. Mcintosh was instantly-
killed. Miss House died three hours later
laud Mr. Mcintosh was fatally injured.
Pulr The Bug on Tiiiili ! -The police
in Goldsboro arretted two s is(iicio is
looking characters who gave their names
as Qaaite aud Burton. Upon searching
them a gold watch wheih bad been stolen
from a lady ou the train w as found on the
person of Bnrtou. They were put in jail
aud Greensboro, Winston and Hillsboro
all telegraphed to the authorities to hold
them. I pon investigation it was decided
that they belonged tothe"Kobber Band,"
and enough charges were produced
against them to keep them in the peni
tentiary about as long as they want to
stnyJ High Point Enterprise.
Raleigh News Obs: At the do pot a great
railway car, painted green, so covered
with lettering as to look like it had had
a bad case of alphabetic measles. The
car serves a curious purpose. It brings
meats here from Chicago. It takes say
forty days to cure bacon. It is put in;
this "traveling smokehouse," after under-
I I .
I liero en-
going the curious process for
five days, and is then shipped
ring" all the time.
f iftoit any Exception
Have the best stock of
Fall ana1 Winter (Ms
Their DRESS GOODS
Cannot be Surpassed.
THEY CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ALMOST
G-IVE Q'REJrf -fi OJ1LL.
Nov. 22, 1 883.
Delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified j Oil Monday the 3d of December,
that they may hereafter find me in my office J 1883. I will sell to the highest bidder, at
ready to reeeipt them, until loth of Decern- j the Court House door in the town of Salis
ber. After that date my books will be put j burv, at the hour of 12 M , a tract of land
out tor collection with cost added.
C. C. K RIDER, Sh'ff.
iSov. 14, 1883. 2 w
WITTROW SKY & BAIIUM
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 REVDERED EASIER AND
IS OFTEN MORE SATISFACTORILY
DONE THAN IN PERSON.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDED TO. SAM
PLES SENT, AND ESTIMATES
GIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SATIS
FACTIONDELIVER PACKAGES FOR
OVER TEN DOLLARS IN AMOUNT,
EXPRESS OR MAIL
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
18 NEEDED TO CLOTHE MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, LADIES, MISS
ES AND CHILDREN, INCLUDIMG A
COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND
MISSES' UNDERWEAR, AND HAVE
THE BEST DRESS-MAKING ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE SOUTH,
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKOWSKY & BARDCH.
We want hup man to be always think
ing, and another to he nlwiij winking,
and we call one a g-iilleunUi and the oth
er au operator ; whereas, the workman
ought oftener to Uo thinking, and the
thinker oftener to be working, and both
should be gentlemen iu tlie best sense.
The mass of society is made, up of mor
bid thinkers and miserable workers. It
is only by labor that thought can be
made happy, aud the two cannot Ik? sep
arated with impunity. Johu Luskin.
Wo learn that the residence of Mr.
Johnston of Jamestown was
entered Tuesday night by burglars. They
succeeded in getting $175, in cash and
some other property. Tjie entry was
through the front door, and then, passing
into his bed room, they got the store
key from his pocket aud entered the
Senator Nance is credited with saying
that Cox, Greene, Vance and Skinner
... -a i c I
nm u. ...... .
wi" nPPrt Sunset Cox for the Speaker- j
We think, perhaps, Dowd is meant
fo. gjjMnePi wj,o, it seems to us, will not
i,.ire A vote.
SALE OF LAND !
! known as the Polly Hartman land, it bein"
; the same devised by the said Poily Hart-
man to Solomon Ketchey and others, near
1 he lamb of Jacob Yost, Win. Safrit and
others, containing 140 acres, more or less.
located, and within a few miles of Salis
bury. TERMS of sale : One half cash ; the oth
er within six months from date of sale.
The deferred payment to be secured by
ImukI and jpod' security. By order of the
Superior Court of Rowan.
A. W. KLUTTZ, Com'r.
Nov. 3d, 1883. 1m
State of North Carolina,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. B. LAMER Against Radford C. Bailey.
It appearing to the satisfaetion of the
Court that tho defendant, Radford C. Bai
ley, is a non-resident of this State: It is
j ordered that publication be made in th
"Carolina Watchman," for six suocessiv
weeks notifying the said Radford C. Bailey
to be and appear before the Judge of our
Superior Court, at a couit to be held at the
Court House in Salisbury on the 9th Mon
day after the 4th in March, 1884, and answer
the complaint which will be deposited in
the otiiec the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county, within the first three deys
of said term. And the said Radford C.
Bailey is farther notified that a warrant of
attachment, in said action has been issued
against his property for the recovery of five
hundred dollars and interest, 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 Hainline and others, situat
ed in Davie county, on the waters of Dutch
man Creek." and that said warrant of at
tachment is returnable on the 9th Monday
after the 4th Monday of September, 1883,
at the Court House in Salisbury.
J. M. HORAH,
4:Gw Clerk S. C. Rowan Co.
Yaloable Real Estate
THE subscriber having determined to
change his business will sell on easy
terms some of the most valuable property
in and adjoining the town of Salisbury, via:
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 lota in Salisbury,
and about thirty good building lots of one
aere 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 14 miles of
the Courthouse. Also, one farm of 182)
acres, about 34 miles from Salisbury, on the
W N C li II, which has in cultivation about
50 acres of as good bottom land as can be
found iu the county. Also, several valuable
GOLD MIXING PROPERTIES.
For information in regard to the property
or myself, I refer to Messrs. Luke Blackmer,
M. L. Holmes, S. H. Wiley and J S MoCub
S. R. HARRISON.
November I, 1883. 2m
XXT "VT T T ft !! V li .
Have JNow ieceivea
une oi tit m m m
i i T
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, WHICH WAS-SELECTED
in Person, with Great Care as to Prices,
Customers, and which we will sell sis i
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Furnisning Goods, Eats, Boots and 5
feed you with the Best
Tit tur x o 'r .1. Do W 1 R.li . ,
x lour, iaeais sugars, iuuoooii
root, MlWBVt vauucu wmwmi
A full assortment ot Family Medicines. ISew Stock)! I able ami Tin Wat
Large lot of Bagging and Ties,
Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton.
Wc buy and sell all kinds ot Country
(IT St'll, li WO v 1 1 I SCII VUU UIIUU VJrWlIO ftilU
Oct. 1st, 1883.
ranire mf, pistem,
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to 100
CHEAP BED3, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewinsr Machines Weed and Hartford. ;.,
Read Proof of WtiJerfil Core
Charleston, S. C, July 22, 1SS3.
Dk. J. B. Kendall & Co.. Dear Sirs: I purchased
at Louisville, Ky.. a very line bred colt, and In slilp-
uis nock- Djuuy nun ou ine outsi ie oi me
1 joiui. wnicu cauaeu it tJ sru iu-re or tour umca
! a sreat many liniments whh-h tailed to beneilt tlie
Injured part. At last v. lieu Ulssiusced, a no. -ready to
give up th;; colt as ruined, I happeneitosee your ad
vertisement of "Kendall's Buster and spavin cure."
and thought I would give it a trial, I lirst apiillwl
the "Blister" to the lioek which hy this time had
calloused, and to my surprise found It wirkd nueu
eharrn. In nveuty-fotrr tioars the jirt taut was
hard became soft a ad the umeaess begn to leave.
I then got some of "Kendall's Spivln Cure" and up
plied It according 10 directions, which has ma le a
perfect cure, an t the coit Is now as soun 1 as any
horse alive. I merely write this letter to you. as I
think it a duty 1 owe io you. and aLso lor the good
of the public at large.
The foregoing statement I will affidavit to, and
can aLso have the same verlrted by bet h rse
inen in our city who saw the coit before aud alter
treatment. Very Respectfully,
12 Chapel St. John H. Akkold.
Belmont N. H., July 25, 1SS3.
Dr. R.J. Kendall ct- Co., Gents: It Is with the
greatest pleasure that I wish to say to you that I
have used your "Kendall's spavin Curo" with the
very best results, having entirely cured a horse af
flicted with splint, also another that had a spavin.
The cure found to be permanent. I have used it in
many other cases and find that it does all claim for
it either for man or beast. Vhof. J. 1. Cuxev.
Galveston. Texas, July 18, 1883.
Dr. It. J. Kenrl ill A Co. : I hereby certify to hav
ing used "Kendall's Spavin Cure" on a valuable
horse for a curb with entire success and take pleas
ure in recommending it lrfall confidence.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CUR
Modesto, Cal , Aug 9th, 1S82.
B. J. Kf-mlall & Co , Genu: Before comiug to this
coast, and while at home. In Longmeadow, Mass., 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
which 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 wilh whom I was well
acquainted, and In the interest of the horsemen In
this vicinity I offer this my experience.
Respectfully yours, James Qcinn.
Colton, Cal., Oct. 3rd, 1982.
.. Kend-ll Jr Co. .-While In the emnlov of C. C.
Hastings, the well known horseman, of San Fran
cisco, In the year ending lsso, we had a young horse
two years old that contracted a bone spavin and
seeing your liniment known as Kendall's spavin
Cure advertised, upon my own responslblUty 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 hve tlie 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 relat lnpr to the case In quest ion.
Respectfully yours, John Koadman.
Price 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. All Drug
gists have It or can j?et it for you. or it will be sent
to any address on receipt of price by the proprietors.
Dr. B. J. Kknuall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
IS SOLD 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
Third Creek, Nov. 10th, 1883. 4:4t.pd.
VALTIAfii.E TOWN PUflPWrTlUoTOteckti w trUsoSwf
. . -- w i xjxl x
a j a
I will sell to the highest bidder (( not
privately sold before) on the 26th Novpm.
.! K,.- .i il 1
ici uct, iii me uoor or tlie Uourt-IIouse,
all ray real estate in Salisbury, to wit: My
fine new brick storehouse, my brick Dwell
ing House and lot, comprising every neces
sary convenience for a family: and one
vacant building lot 80x400 feet, and thdc
other building lots 100x400 feet each.
Terms made to suit the purchasers
g. . . . CIWWFORD.
Oct, 34th '83. 3:1m.
Jt rom iew xoik Citr,
j& n jak A a a
siuuks of Qorjt
Quality, Beauty and to suit tl
heap as the cheapest. Our DcDartiJJ. .
.uiBni.cai i 'cur f
aw iu tuy market
Produce, lie sure and see us before youi,,.
Ott T JUU UIU1ICJ.
W. W. Tatlor, )
J. BosTian Sal..
J. A. NtEi.r; .
O A VIS
M& WALNUT SUITS, $1
Woven fire Mattresses, Kg
M Carolina, Rowan Canty.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
October 3d, 18815.
HANNAH DOUGHERTY. Plaintiff,
Ann Grimsley and husband. Win. 1
Gnmsley ; Elizabeth Hicks atul
husband, Win. Hicks; Andrew l?v
ard, Mary MiNsaps. Caroline Har
met and husband, Sam 'I Hamet; &
Eliza Ryard, hcirs-at-law of Eliza
beth McBryde. dee'd ; Thns Benton
McBrydc and Elizabeth II. Mc-
Biyde, heirs-at-law of James Mc-
Rryde, deceased ; the heirs at law
(names unknown) of John Mc
Bryde, dee'd.; the heirs at law of
Win. MeBryde, dee'd., viz: Rachel
MeBryde, Susan MeBryde fc others
(names unknown ;) nnd thejieirs-at-law
(names unknown) of Thos.
jucprjue, ueeeaseu. ueFeooams. j
It appearing to the satisfaction nf tlie
Court that Andrew Bynrd, Mnry Millstpv
Caroline Hamet and husband, Sam"! Ham
et; Eliza Byard, Thos. Ii. McUrydc, u4
Elizabeth H. MeBryde; the hci'nfat-tar
(names unknown) of John Mclii ydc, dee'd;
the heirs at-law of Win. McBrydc, decM,
viz : Rachel MeBryde and Sussui McBridi
and others, names unknown ; and the heirs
at law (nanus unknown) of Thos. McBrjoc
dee'd., aie non-residents of this State: If
is hereby ordered that publication bemad
in the Carolina Watchman, a weekly news
paper published in the town of Salisbury,
for six successive weeks, notifying tbebnte
named non resident defendants to bewd
appear at the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Rowan county at the Owl
House in Salisbury, on Monday the 3d df
of December, 1883, and answer or demur
to the petition which has been filed in the
above entitled action; andt they fail
to aoswer or demur, the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded! in tlx
said petition. John M. IIoiuH,
51:6t Clerkk S. C. Rowan Co
SHERFF'S TAX NOTICE.
I will meet the Tax Payers of Rowu
county, at the following times and plw
for the purpose of collecting the State and
County tax for the year 1883.
The law is rigid and Tax Payers are
earnestly requested to meet in the township1
and settle their taxes. I will make but vt
round, as the law requires no more.
riinlty, at Rice A Daily's store, Monday OtljJ
Scotch rfsU. " Mt. Vernon. Tuesday .
... .... I " II r . llflliu.. Tll"r
-j ) ur. Uoustonoldriace, niiirsuw -Atweil,
at Coleman's, Friday J
l do! Enoehvllle, Saturday J.
China i rove, " China (irove, MoiHay
l ltalcei-, ' Bostlan's x Koads. Tuesday 2
Gold Hill, Gold Hill, Wednesday "
Moivah's " Morgan's old place, Thursday
do at Kobt M lller's, Tuursday evening u J
to ten o.clock ..
Providence, at Hatter Shops, Friday, H M. (
Salisbury, " Court House, Saturday u t
Franklin, " Franklin Academy. .Monday u
Locked ' Gibson's. Tuesdajr '
Scotch Irish, " Rowan Mills, WednesuM
C. C. KRIDKH. Shff
.111. 1 Hit . a . , n
of Rowan County.
The regular annual Meeting of the Sto
holddrs-of the Western North Caro'181
Rail SRoad Company will take place
Salisburv, N. C, on the fourth WedcesdiJ
in November, 1883, it being the 28th day '
G. P. Enwix, Secy .V Trea.
Salisbury, N. C, Oct. 10, IH.-1
MORGAN'S CIGAR STAND
iveeps a select stock or all tnese J ,
and good. He occupies one of the B Fr001
ciows or Davis' Furniture Store, tan -
can suit you to a t. Au&- "'
tram Vrrmn, ptH B-rtnit. ! TAK tfW
Void oa trlaft, WirruU A . i at la )
rr iraa boob, aT
JZHa OF BIMHAMTON.
SIWMaJTIW, k. V . '