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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, l?St
f,e1nHKT:-tic mt-wlfet iXWte House
Vf Kirrteiirivei, fHtrciw Saturn
iJ tie VJhitiirtoit. took a
Yor S,iei VeJBrWg rtVa tw, there being
WlitcawKdatea iu iMimoimtiott : Mr. Ban
Stall,. Carlwle aud Mr. Cox. There
We 184 votes given. On the firet ballot
- . . . l ..w R mill
Mr. Baudall rrceiTeti , r; v r; -n-r....i4.i-
HU. Thi settled the vesed
question of speaker very definitely. Be-
ioieed at the nnanimnj
among themselves, the fuca adopted
without hesjfeoMf WWm. '
eF lr. Carlisle unanimously elected.
4'hj was nil very handsome, and gives
itstarance of good resulto during the ses
sion of Congress which, opened u Mon
n is believed that the election of Mr.
Carlisle will preveut the repeal of the ju
terpa) revenue system, a questipn of great
eoijcera to the ieople of tyerrn Nprth
Carolina, aud by them wupl) U 1" regret-
tox, from which have equated many and
. -.iU. WrouK in principle and
constant mischjeyoua iu it. effects it
a-tt. p . . Imu.1 wit ll-
has wrougut wickcuucm t
out any extenuation. It is hoped that
our Representatives and Senators will
lose po fuituplp opport unity to denounce
jt aud demand its repeal.
Jf it shall prove true that the election
pf Mr. Carlisle will promote a general re
yieiou aud reduction of the tariff the
pempcratic voters of tins country wiji
have much to rejofce at aud to strengthen
their faith iu the wisdom of a Demopratip
House of Representatives. Under the op
eration of the present tarjff sjstem, which
was designed for war purposes, the peo
ple of this country have been systematic
ally robbed for eighteen years, uatf) tlie
Prty in power had come tP thjnk and act
psif they were doing God seiyjpc to pick
$prmt)f t hfpl that t,,e iime
pf theft deli verauce is near at hand, when
they may rejoice at the overthrow of the
party of outrage aud oppression.
Western . C. Railroad Co.
This company held its annual meeting
in this place last Wednesday. President
Andrews reported the condition, progress
and, improvement of the road and its bus
iness results, which we )earu was highly
satisfactory to stockholders. The work
pn the Murphy brauch he said was satis
factory, ami hat tnick lajiug would be
cpmmeuced early iu December. Direc
tors elected for the ensuing year were.
J. E. Rankin, S. H. Wiley, Frank Coxe,
W. Audersou, A. S. Buford, C. S.
Price, W. P. Clyde, Geo. S. Scott, and A.
B Andrews.. Cpl; Andrews was re-elected
Presjdppt, and flip old corps of officers
also re-elected to their places.
Three Cents a Mile. Tips Jouisvillc
Couritr has a very appropriate article on
he reduction of rates over upar)y all the
.principal lines of railroads iu the South
from 4 and 4J to the uniform rate ot
flirea cents a mile. It is a fur more im
portant advance that most persons sup
pose, both as it concerns the public and
the railroads. It is gratifying to learn
that the redact joi) has ppf ijumuged the
roads, but rather benefitted them by an
increase of travel. And viewed us a
voluntary act, thejieople who arejarge
y benefitted by it, must accept it as an
judication of wisdom on the part of rail
road managers, to disreru what will best
promote their owu and the public in
terest. OrsTEBs. By a recent report of a com
mittee appointed by those interested iu
Hie oyster business of the Potomac and
fts tributaries, it appears that the supply
pf oysters is rapidly decliping, and there
upon steps have Deeu taken to bring the
subject before the Legislatures of Mary
land and Virginia for the passage of laws
to arrest the evils of the present system
by more striugent enactments.
Thp Methodist brother who was robbed
at Statesville lost at the same time, a
pocket knife which, says the Landmark.
was, dropped into his overcoat pocket the
next night by some unknown person
while he was in a press coming out of
church. The impudent thief was iu the
i crpwd and no doubt sought an opportu
nity tp return property that might lead
f po his detection.
South Carolina's finances are shewn to
be in an improved and improving condi
tion. Her taxable values have increased
pver $5,OU),000 during the past year,
and there was more than $ lib'. 000 in
crease iu the apioupt of faxes collected.
Her public tfebt is being steadily reduced.
pad the Sfate, if let alone, will soon
fully redeem her osses sustained by
Of the 88 irpp furnaces that have, gone
l t of blast since January 1st, 1883,30
a.e in Pennsylvania and 52 West of Ohio.
' 'here is no decrease in Yjrgjiiin, West
irgiuia or Alabama. It isbeljeved that
1 time is coming when the whole
f intry will look to tlie South for its
supplies of iron and steel manufactures.
"Hoys aud girls must bo trained to
I work as ej as read," is now the demand
made on the puldjp schools of New York,
pnd should lie a l :ifIing idea in every
Public school system. A boy or gill must
.-rand or fall by w hat he can do to sup
ii i t him or herself, and to overlook
i tuining to work is only half tho duty of
jp b ratjon.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
was sent into Congress ou the 4th. He
says our relations with other countries
are on a friendly foot i nj. That we are
iu telurao!iic eouneetiou with Central
America aud Brazil. Suggests the im
portauce of tofthpr legislation to prevent
foreign pauper sfrom coming ll'to the coun
try. France has repealed her restrictions
against American swine uieat, Germany
declining to send an ef pert eejautiasiou
to investigate the subject, the President
appointed oue.Restrictious which bar
den oar trade with Cuba and Porto Rico
com inuc to embarrass trade, and repara-
xious for injury sustained by citizens
subject to .long delay. At no time has
there been more need of close aud last
ing relations with Mexico, and hopes the
subject may engage the attentiou of Con
gi ess. Increase our consular crops in
Ceutral America. SJioufd cultivate good
will towards Hawaii.- Legations have
been established in Persia, Siaui and
Cora. China has settled some of the long
pending claims of citizens. We should
have equal privileges with other foreign
ers manufacturing iu China. It is believ
i'd the government of China will cp
operate with the U. S. iu seem ju the
iaithful performance of tho treaty in re
spect to excepted class pf immigrants.
Asks Congress for discretionary ppvpr to
appoint degates to scientific congresses.
The financial condition of the country
s briefly presented on statements from
the report of the Secretary of the Treas
ury. Total receipts from all sources for
the fiscal year ending June 31), $3yS,267?,
581,i)5. For the same period the ordinary
expenses were, $265,408,137.54; leaving
a surplus of $132,879,448.41 which with
cash balance in Treasury of $J ,299,312.53,
made a surplus of $ 134,178,750.96, which
was wholly applied as recited. The report
of the Secretary of the Treasury suggests
i too rapid payuqent of the public debt,
existing laws bringing into the treasury
about $60,000,000 mprp tupury tbau is
The president recommends that Hip
"trade dollar" be received at the Treas
ury at bullion ratps, if we understand
him, which will no doubt enrich those who
have boqght then? up at 85 cents. He has
reduced the Internal Revenue collection
districts from 120 to 84. Calls attention
to the defenceless condition of our large
sea coast cities, and talks of the progress
made iu building war ships. The potal
system is iu gratifying condition. Repeats
lis opposition to the governments assum
ng control of the telegraph as over the
mails. Would leave it in private hands.
but allow-the P. M. Geueral to contract
for specific rates for transmission of mes
sages of a certaiu class. Existiug laws
regulating fees of jurors aud witnesses in
the Federal Courts should be revised,
also those i elating tp District Attorneys
and marshals. Submits the question
whether or not federal. aid- should not be
given to public primary tducatiou. Says
t he pi esent laws against Mormon polygar
my are a failure, recommends their re
peal, and tlie assumption by the national
egislature of the entire political govern
ment of the territory, and the establish
ment of a commission with such powers
as shall be delegated by -law. That
while no crippling interference with rail
roads should be attempted, pe submits
whether it is not the duty of Congress to
protect the people at large against injury
which the State governments are ppprer
lefs to prevent. popipieuds some action
for the protection Pf forests on the public
domain. The civil service commission is
i succession in the ends proposed. Calls
atteutiou to the necessity of a law for the
presiueutial succession. Says he will
approve a law designed to cairy out the
provisions of the fourteenth amendment
of the constitution.
Great Crowd. The opening of the
48th Congress oh Monday was attended
by a great crowd of visitors from far and
near. Curiosity, political interests aud
the want of an office were the main at
tractions. Office-seekers are always on
hand at such a time, and constitute the
greatest uuisance members of Congress
encounter at the capito.
From present appearances the Demo
crats in Congress will go slow for a short
while, on questions of reform. There is
considerable variance among them on the
tariff quest inn, some being in favor of
very decided and far-reaching changes,
some even to the extent of free-trade,
while otjieii ptill .-hensh the doctrine ot
protection. Mr. Chrre moderate views
as foretdia w dowed in his inaugural ad
dress are likely to prevail ou this subject,
and we shall haVp a tariff for revenue
with such incidental protection' as may be
possible iu arranging the system ou a
basis of justice and tappeas to the people.
Senator Butler pf South Carolina in
troduced a bill in the Senate yesterday to
repeal the internal revenue laws aud to
abolish the internal revenue bureau.
A New York paper, the South, says the
development aud progress of the South
ern States is without a parallel iu the
Gordon has a card in the World in
explanation of his recent letter in behali
of Randall. Among other things he says:
"It is not true that my position as in
dicated by my letter to Mr. Eaudall was
inspired by the fact that the South is fast
becoming a manufacturing section. The
South is demonstrating its ability to man
ufacture at a profit both cotton aud iron
with much (es protection than is uoeded
to euable these industries to live iu other
Indeed, says, the Xrwg-Observer, some
of the mauufaptirers of Augusta, rather
disgusted Senator Blair, who, as chair
man ef the Senate committee on labor,
took testimony there last week, by plain
ly stating that they needed no protection
at al. It is a great mistake to suppose
that protection helps any industry at the
Southr except alone the production oi
metals, and we do not know that it is
m uch advantage to that industry. It is a
disadvantage to tboee engaged in cotton
manufactures, jn the manufacture of shoes
and iu all the llttje industries which are
springing up throughout tlie South. We
nave had protect jou ever since the war.
Has It ever been of any benefit to us ? It
is not now and can never be. It was at
one time a great benefit to certain estab-
Jjshnieuta at the North that went into
the business before there was much com
petition. Now, if we eugage iu the man
ufacture of a protected article, we will
have to compete with the factories Jong
since established at the Koiflf,
Supk Rothrock will, on Monday,
fran4 in to the County Board, of Educa
tion his resignation of the office of Su
perintendent of rnplip Instruction for
Rowan county, to take effect Decem-
cember 31st, 1883. He has been elect
ed to a tutorship in North Carolina Col
lege at M t . rTeasant, and this is his reason
for resigning. We regret to lose Mr.
Rothrock. Rowan will lose a faithful
Superintendent and North Carolina Col-
i i fill
lege will gain a goou instructor, xne
good wishes of hU many friends in
Rowan will attend him in his new field
of labor. The County Board oi Educa
tion will have to nil the vacancy thus
paused. Whom will they elect? The
office should be filled by some wide
awake, progressive man. Rattan School
Salisbury Made a Bio Okfick. Up
to tlie 27th lust. Charlotte was the only
through registered pouch post office iu
North Carolina, but this distinction can
no longer be boasted of, as Salisbury has
been created a through pouch office. Mr.
N. G. Summer held, the acting general
superintendent, issued au order on the
27th establishing a daily except
Sunday, exchange of through registered
pouches between tup postmasters at Sal
isbury. N. C, and Washington. D. C, to
go iuto effect Monday, December 3, 1883.
Pouches to leave Salisbury at 6:05 p.m.
and Washington at 10:35 p. m., via the
ashingtou aud Charlotte It. Y. U.
Yesterday morning, says the Daily
L.(tndiq lr of Saturday, Rev. S. V. Ho le,
who was assaulted and robbed Wedi es-
day night, received a postal card through
the postomce, informing him that if he
ould look under a rock behind the barn
of Col. S. A. Sharpe, whose guest he is,
he would hud something which would be
of value to him. The card was signed
'Your In known Friend of Last Night7
The spot designate was examined and
Mr. Hoylp'8 pocket book, containing his
railroad ticket, a pot office lock box key
aud some private papers was found.
Morgauton Mountaineer : Mai. Wilson
uforms us that the owners of the W. N.
C. K. K. who traveled over the line last
week from Salisbury to Warm Springs,
were delighted with the road, and espe
cially the mountain section. A reporter
of the New York World accompanied the
the party. 1 hey were especially pleased
with Hound Knob aud the elegant hotel
that is being built there.
Wilmington Review: The receipts oi
cotton at this port for the mouth of No
vember, just closed, foot up 21,012 bales.
as against 29,!6 bales for same month
last year, a decrease this month of 8,315
bales. 1 he receipts of the crop year to
date foot up 62,029 bales, as against
65,4-H) bales to same data last year, a de
crease tins year ot ,5,41 J bales.
Frppa ihe Pj7 Landmark.
RAf,piH Pistrict S. D. Adams, P. .
GHKEK8BORO DISTRICT K 0 1)1 toll,
Greensboro, L W Crawford.
Guilford, T II Pegram.
East Guilford, J A Bowles.
Pleasant Garden, L L Johnson, J F
Frauklinsville, C H Phillips.
Raudleman, R F Bum pass.
Randolph, R T N Stephensop, J F Keer
Trinity College Station, M L Wood.
Thomasville aud High Poiut, J B Car
penter. Davidson Mission, J W Lewis.
Winston, C C Dodsou.
Forsy the, C A Gault.
Stokes, J R Scroggs, S H Helsabeck.
Suow Creek Mission, S D Peeler.
Madison, R P Troy.
Dan River Mission, Q ty' biug.
Ruffiu, N E Coltrane.
Reidsville. A R Raveu.
Kernersville, J C Thomas.
Trinity College, M L Wood, J F Heil-
Salisbury District W S Black, P E.
Salisbury, Jos Wheeler.
Salisbury Circuit, G A Oglesby.
Mocksville, G F Round.
Rowan, J M Ashby.
Farmington, W C Wilson.
Concord, W S Creasy, T W Smith, sup.
Concord Circuit, Z Rush.
Mount Pleasant, S V Hoyle.
Albemarle, T J Gatis.
Stanly, Iff L Grissom.
Big Lick Mission, J E Underwood,.
Lexington, T A Stone,
Davidson, D L Earnjiardt.
Uwbarrie, W T Cujphia.
West Uwhariie, J E Woosley.
States vii.le District L L Hendren,
Statesville, J T Harris,
Statesville Circuit, M Bagby,
Mt Zion Statiou, J W Jforth.
Mooresville, P F W Stanley.
Iredell, J C Rowe.
Rock Spring, J H Page.
Newton, Geo W Iyey.
Catawba, E L Stamey .
Alexander, V T Nelson.
Caldwell, II F Wiley.
Lenoir, M V Sherrill.
Wilkes, E J Eudaily .
Roaring River Mission, C P Suow.
Elkin and Joneaville, W P McCorkle.
Mount Airy, Jas. Wilson.
Yadkinville Mission, M J Hunt.
Pilot Mountain Mission, R L Warlick.
Mt Airy Statiou, M H Moore.
Oak Institute, Mooresville, T L Trjplett.
The receipts of hogs at Chicago, Novem
ber 30, were 54,57tf, shipments 5,355, and
the estimated receipts for Dec. 1, were
55,000. Hogs were 5c per )00 pounds
The growth of the electric light busi
ness is indicated by a report from ene
manufacturer puly the Edison com
pany. The Station opened Oct. 1, 1882,
with 59 customers and 1284 lights. Now
they have over 500 customers and in
circuit over 11,000 lights.
The Result iu the 1st District and
What it Shows.
The Elisabeth City Falcon asserts that
'the great issue in this campaign was the
tuif'. Upon this question the two can
didates took issue squarely, and the re
sult shows mpst emphatically that the
people of this district are sick and tired
of the miserable robbery which the gov
ernment has been a party to under the
Republican rule, yclept 'protective tariff.'"
JONES, McCUBBINS & Co.
f itlont any Exception
Have the best stock of
Fi anil Winter Ms
Their DRESS GOODS
Gents and Ladies'
Caamot be Surpassed.
THEY CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ALMOST
GIVE crh&Jtf -fi OJILIj.
Nov. 22, 1883.
Sale of Valuable Property I
I offer for cash, at private sale, a valu
able Horse about 1 years old, a Colt 18 ,
mouths old. apd a first-rate milch cow ;
also a good top buggy and et of harness.
Any Mrou desiring to purchase will call
ou or address me, within the nr. t ten days,
at Verblo's P. O., Rowan County, N. C.
J. II. HOWARD. ;
Nov. 21, 1383.--2v
No party in politics, nor any sect in
The Greatest and the Bast,
The large Double Weekly, !
Religious and Secular, 1
1W YORK OBSliRVEH. !
(Established 1823.) j
No paper In the country bus a more experienced ;
and able cqipgved'tort. Dr. 8. lreassas Prime stands '
at the head ot the editorial fraternity and tils letters i
and editorials st)U eprfch the Observer Others '
among its editors nave naq the training or a quar
ter r a century for ihelf work.
The eHTeji6deitoe'6T the Observer Is from all
1 aids ; and tlie news carefully prepared from letters
and teregrams, furnishes ' a cdmpijtle f lew of the
condition of the worttl each wees.
The Departments of Agriculture, Butine, Su
daysehool, Ttaeking and Religious W rk are conductr
ed by experts, who write clearly and to the fcolnt".
The Observer does not mi Its columns With long
essays and old sermons, but aims to be
A Live Newspaper,
giving every wek a Religious Sheet full of lnstrut
llon,' encouragement ana truthe; und d secular
Sheet, containing all the news, vigorous comments
uion current events, and a great variety of choice
The price is $.1 15 a year. For bona tide new f ub
scrib'er we give One Dollar commission, or a copy of
the "IremBus Letters," an elegantly bound volume
of 400 pages, containing a portrait of the author.
Sample copies of the observer will be g$nt to any
address free. Address.
NEW YORK OBSERVER, 31 and 33 Park Row.
Tali Real Estate
THE subscriber having determined tp
change his business will sell oil easy
terms some of the most valuable property
in and adjoining the town of Salisbury, viz:
v w j 7
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, fiue brick dairy ; good barns and qther
buildings; good garden and an orchard of
nice fruits' containing from 8 to 10 acres of
land all in good, condition.
Also, two hou.es and lots 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 s.ill two or three small fyjrms
of from 25 to 10Q acres within H miles ot
the Cq'urt house. Ap one farm of 182
acres, about 3 miles from Salisbury, on the
W N C R R. which has in cultivation about
50 acres ot as good bottom land as can be
found in the county. Also, several valuable
GOLD MINING PROPERTIES.
For information in regard to the property
or myself, I refer to Messrs. Luke Blackmer,
M. L. Holmes, S. H. Wiley aud J S McCub
S. R. HARRISON.
Nqyeniber 1, 1883. 2m
TO RENT I
The elegant residence, corner of Main
and Bank streets, for sometime passed oc
cupied by Dr. Eames. Possession given
JOHN L. HENDERSON.
Dec , 1883. 8:3t
Those in debt to me for medical services
previous to 1st of June, will please call and
settle, as I am determined to close up my
business tq that date. I want rash, but if
tlie cash cannot come, I want an interest
bearing note. J. J. SUMMERELL
Nov. It, 1883. lm
All presons indebted to me, either on
account or note, and mortgage (for Guano),
are hereby duly reminded pf such indebt
nesa, and are earnestly requested to make
settlement phomptxt, otherwise the ac
counts wiji be subject, without further no
tice, to collection 1y legal process.
Doc. 8, JS83. J. D. McNEELSV
Having qualified as administrator of the
estate of Joseph A. Pool, dep'd, I hereby
give notice to all persona having claims
against his estate to present them to me op
or before the 6th day of December 1884,
and all persons indebted to said est ste are
requested to make immediate payment.
David L. Pool,, Adra'r
of Jos. Au Pool, deed.
Dec. 4, 1883. 8tlm.
The subscription price of the WatcwiCSW
is only with KndaPs book, "A
Tretisc on the Horsc' free to every fab
, FAIR NOTICE !
Delinquent taxpayers are herebv 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 be put
out for collection with cost added.
O. O. K RIDER, Sh'ff.
Nov. 14, 1883r2w
WJTTKO WSK Y & BAB.
I OFFER EXTRAORDINARY INDUCE
j ME NTS TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING
THEIR TRADING BY MAIL.
OUR MAIL. ORDER DEPARTMENT
IS SO ARRANGED THAT "SHOPPING"
BY MAIL IS RENDERED EASIER AND
IS QFTEN MORE SATISFACTORILY
DONE THAN IN PERSON.
LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDED TQ. SAM
PLES SENT, AND ESTIMATES
GIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SATIS
FACTION DELIVER PACKAGES FOR
OVER TEN DOLLARS IN AMOUNT,
FREE OF EXPRESS OR MAIL
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
IS NEEDED TO CLOTHE MF,N,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, LADIES, MISS
ES AND CHILDREN, INCLUDIMG A
COMPLETE LJNE OF LAPJE8' AND
MISSES' UNDERWEAR, AND HAVE
THE BEST DRESS-MAKING ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE SOUTH.
SEND US TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKOWSKY ft BABUCH.
nave now neceivea
One of tlie Best Tali and
. .. . -.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS
in Person, jth Great Care as to Prices,
fliiatomnre And whioh u- will scl! as
, r wpartaii
Dry Notions, Clothing, Purnisning Goods,. Hats, Boots and
have been lartlv increased. We have a complete Stock of Grocon'is
feed you with the Best
Floor, Meats Sugars, Molasses, Potatoes, Meal, Buckwheat Pi .
r. i tf j ti : j.
A fall assortment of Family Medicines. New Stock of Table and Tin
Large lot of Bagging and Ties.
We buy and sell all kinds of Country
or sell, as we will sell yon good Goods
Oct. 1st, 1883.
Fnrnftnre Heater .Upholsterer,
P f liliiL m
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $ 100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewing- Machines Weed and Hartford
Bead Proof of Wcnfleifol Cores:
Charleston, S. C, July 22, 1SS3.
Dk. J. B. Kendall & Co.. Dear 81rs : I purchased
at Louisville. Ky.. a very Hue bred colt, and In slili-
ping he got his hock badly hurt qu the outside of the
Joint which caused It to swell three or four times
the natural size, which made him very lame. I tried
a great rqany liniments which failed to beneiit the
Injured part. At last-when disgusted, and ready to
give up the colt as ruined, 1 happened to see your ad
vertisement ot "Kendall's Busier and spavin cure."
and thought I would give It a trial, I flrst applied
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 the pari that was
hard became soft and the lameness began to leave.
I then got some of 'Kendall's Spavin Cure" and ap-
nllml ft. "iPonnHmr Irk rii rt.t Inv.c h.ka nii.i. a
w u . V. . n " H ' 1 ' I . . . 111! 1 . I 111. I I- II
perfect cure, and the colt Is now as sound as anv
horse alive. I merely write this letter to you. as I
think It a duty I owe to you. and also for the sood
of the public at large.
The foregoing statement I will affidavit to. and
can also have the same verified by the best horse
men In our city who saw the colt before and arter
treatment. Very Respectfully,
u (jhapej 5Jt, John- R. Aenold.
Belmont N. H., July Bi l&ft.
Dr. B.J. Kendall A Co., QenUt-lt la With the
greatest pleasure t hat 1 wish to sav to you that I
have used your "Kendall's Spavin Cure" with the
very best results, havlnc entirely cured a horse af-
fllrted with splint, also a-iotber that had a spavin.
The cure found to be permanent. I have used It In
many other cases and tlnd that It does all claim for
It either for man or beast. Pmop. J. P. Cilley.
"... ' .. , . . t. M1J . . 1 ...
7)r Ji . A, ml til -I' fi - I hArahv rarhfv i lio-
RnlvoKtnn Tbtiu Inlir 1C icon
. - - . . , ' . " . . I 1 . 1 . . . . V 1 I I 1 L 11.1 .
Ing used "Kendall's Spavin Cure" on a valuable
horse for n. mirh with 1 1 atirwea anil f oL'i nliuc
ure In recommending it in all confidence.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Modesto, Cal , Aug. 9th, 1882.'
B. J. Kendall & Co., Gent: Before comimr to this
coast, and while at home. In Longmeadow, Mass., I
nau occasion tooosen'e tne oenents resulting rroin
the use of your Kendall's Spavin Cure. My brother
trad 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
pwn town, and a gentleman wlih whom I was well
acquainted, and in the Interest of the horsemen in
this vicinity I offer this my experience.
itespecuuiiy yours, jambs tciNN.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
Colton, Cal., Oct. 3rd, 1SS2.
B. J. Kendall Co. .-While In the emnlov 'of C. C.
Hastings, the well known horseman, of San Fran
cisco, In the year ending 18S0, we had a young horse
two years oiu mat contracted a Done spavin and
seeing your liniment known as Kendall's Spavin
Cure adverted, upon my owp responsibility I com
menced using it and within thirty days from that
time and after having u&ed only three bottles the
spavin was removed entipely. and therefore I natur
ally have the utmost confidence In its merits. I do
not hesitate to recommend It to all who have noon.
ston 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.
Kespecuuiiy yours, JOHN Roadman.
Price SI per bottle, or ilv hrrti's-.ir .; in nn.
glnts have It or can get It 'for you. or it will be sent
vj a.uy auuress qn rbcpipt or pnee ny the proprietors.
TlK H J ITlvnill Jb f'n DnkiiK.!. D.ii,.
. . - .... u, w., i.uwouuigii x' ana, l.
SQID BY ALL DBUQQI8T8.
The subscriber offers for rent a Storehouse
and Warehouse, at Third Creels Station.
The property i9 new and in goqd condition
and well situated for business. Apnlv to
Third Creek, Nov. 10th, 1883. 4:4t pd
MORGAN'S CIGAR STAND!
Do yon Smoke? Chew? Cr Use Snuff?
Keeps a Select stock of all these articles very nice i
and good. He occupies one of the Big Front Win- :
n.ini n i . ... " i
uuhmii nuns ruiimure More. Jaii and see. He
cat iuit you to a t.
iron LTr. PtMl B-nni. R
'on, an rArs rut,
no l a ud trial. WtrruU j
JQKU OF RINSMAWTr.lf
- mbuxiiiu.'.. a. v.t
x rora jcvew xork Citv
winter STOCKS OF GOODS
MARKET, WHICH WAS SELECTED
Quality, Beauty and to suit the
t-henn hh thft rhpnrwct f,, t
c I i -i - "Ci.
Coats' Spool Cotton.
Produce. Be sure and see us before
and save you money.
W. W. Tayloh. )
D. J. BOSTIAN
J. A. Neelt.
WHS WALNUT SUITS, .
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and $30
Woven Wire Mattresses,
North Carolina, Rowan County.
IN THE SUPERIOR COUR?
OftnlKT 3d, IH8;l
HANNAH DOUOIIERJY, Plaintiff
Ann Grimsley and husband, Wm.
Grimsley ; Elizabeth Hicks and
husband, Wm. Hicks; Andrew Hv
ard, Mary Millsaps. Caroline Har
met and husband, Sam'l Haun t ; &
Eliza Ryard, heirs-at-law of Eliza
beth McBryde, de:'d.; Thos Benton
McBryde and Elizabeth H. .Mc
Bryde, heirs-atdaw of Janice Mc
Bryde, deceased ; the heits at law
(names unknown) of John .Mc
Bryde. rtee'd.; the heirs at law of
Wm. He-Bryde, dee'd., viz: Rachel
McBryde, Susan McBryde pothers
(names unknown:) aud the hcirs-at-law
(names unknown) of Tliys.
McBryde, deceased, Defendants, j
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that Andrew Byard, Mary Millsa,
Caroline II a met and husband. Sam'l Hb
et? Eliza Byard, Thos. B. McBrvde, wd
Elizabeth H. McBryde ; the liei"raMw
(names unknown) of John McBryde, decM;
the heirs at law of Wm. McBryde, dectt,
viz : Rachel McBryde and Susan McBrjd
and others, names unknown ; and the hein
at law (names unknown) of Thos, McBrrde
dee'd., are non-residents of this State:' It
is hereby ordered that publication he nude
in ine Carolina Watcnnian) a weekly news
paper published in the tlvn of Salisbury,
for six sucocasi ve weeks, notifying thehafe
named n on resident defendants to be sad
appear at the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Rowan county at the Court
nuse in Salisbury, on Monday the 3d aay
of December. 1883, and answer-or demur
to the petition which has been filed in the
above entitled action; and it they fail w
to answer or demur, the Plaintiff will apph
to tne L'ourt for the rebel demanded in tn
said petition. Joux M. Horab .
51t Clerk k S. C. Rowan Co.-
Plaits ui iiuim -aiunnoj
IN THE SUPERIOR COUItT.
J. B. Lanier Again Radford C. Rwlej-
It appearing to the satisfaction of k
Court that tho defendant, Had ford C. Bi
ley, is a non-resident of this State - ft t
ordered that publication be made intbe
"Carolina Watchman," for six successire
moolra L. !J TJ.. IT..-.! ( RaiUf
to be and appear before the Judge of ow
Superior Court, at a court to be held at the
Court House in Salisbury on the tb Mon
day after the 4th in March, 1884, and answer -the
complaint which will be deposited i
the office the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county, w ithin the first three dej
of said term. And the said Radford C.
Bailey is farther notified that a warra.pt m
attachment, in said action has bcea iaeued
against his property for the recovery of fire
hundred dollars and interest, and has bee
levied bv the SheritT of TV. ve CntintV upoB
the said defendant's "individual interest i
two hundred acres of land formerly the
property of Sanford and Emily Bailey"
adjoining t FuM nds of Samuel and Colem"
Foster, Nathan Hainline and others, sitoat
ed in Davie county, on the waters of Dutcb
man Creek," and that said warrant of
tachment is returnable on the 9th M0"
after the 4th Monday of September, 18
at the Court House in Salisbury.
J. M. liORAH,
4:6w Clerk S. C. Rowan Co.
DRS. J. J. & I M. SUMlS
CORNER MAIN AND BANK STREP1
OFFICE ROCRS ;
8 to 10 a. m. and 3 to 5 P.
HUNK tt CO of the ScTEmnc AmxbicaJ,2J
tlnue to act as Solicitors for 1'atenta, ruveat. J"
IntheSciEXTtKic Amkkk an. tho m0m. SfTvSi
mpat widelT circulated sclent IBc pnper. 3. a T t
Weekly. Bplendid enfrrmTlnirs and, lntere"WJ
formation. Spocinion opr of the tcleuiiBf ?!Vic
Ice ii srnt froeT A rZ MUNN CO.. Scl11.
AxnuCAX oaee, U Broad way . Sew Yurfc.
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