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f&DAY, DECEMBER, 27, 1883.
ription rates of the Carolina
ine as follows : 0
pnid in advance, $1.50
jL-M.'t delayed 3 iiio'2.U0-
port del'ed 12 wo' 2.50
the geiitlcmeu exect to call
u sw ye Jay
ir an ceiit of the Department of
t.itil-ruie, tlie Mining Editor received
ait numitevB f last Rulletin, which
nlistribte with this issue to tho home
Tl flavor suspended the ordinance
nrohihitliijtlie explosion of craekeri and
il . . . . .!.! Tl.
during the holiday. The
lit' " S- J w
Young Auii'i ieaii heart rejoieelh and the
noi-e of hi rejoicing is heardhe niutn
uut his j I
rof. IV. H. Neave has gone to Lyucli
tofgrVl'.i1 attend the" Musical Conven
tion, before which body he hasbeeu invi
ted to dili rer a lecture.
Ou last Thursday evening the Snlis-
L v I .1 L .. .... t M..I. Mrji -i iluliMi til tllA
hill V 1 1HMLIC ' " " BV .
cuiiTjrei of the tuwa. It la spoken T ait
ft i.ivoiis oficasion inr i lie iiuie ioiks.
Tllie hldifs Aid Society '.gave a stippir
r i . - . .
in tllie Cr;
wford buttdiug on last Friday
he proceeds U, go t tike fund
iu a parsonage lor the Medio
The proceeds' were tairl
TheSdlieay school of die First Presby.
tcrian Church enjoyed a very pleasant
Christinas feye.' A handsome tree, hung
with preiells was the absorbing thing of
jttcest lt tlie little, ones. Mr. E. B,
.Sae rj'idered several cornet solos in
his usuallbl-illiaut style.
The Siiday school children of the
Episcopal i hurcli enjoyed like pleasures.
A Very 41
tractive Christinas tree was
by the members of that cou-
We have no horrors to report this week
j ' a. j
d. result i from the use of Christinas
liiptoiM. jtiir .community, .we trust, will
go thronglijthe holidays without t thing
t niar the liappiuess.
Tnoiroif iiBKfcu Jehseys. Mf. J. M.
IlaidfouJi f MilllJridge, Rowan county,
bus received live thoroirglibred Jersey
UNjis and li filers within tire last month.
HfiroMisc 4 to raise no other kind.
I Jlr. M. flatlnii, member of the New
Yark StoiK Exchange, and Mr. Charles
L. (Jately f New Yark, are spending
their holiil; ys as the guests of Mr. J. D.
htuwart, l Dunn's Moantatn miue. They
eawe diwi fully cquipted for hunting,
so fat! Iiave been very successful in
hMniiu: ifisiderable game. They ex
press.theiMelves as'beiug nuite pleased
with tiiiskijut of the country.
Him OR WO RELIABLE, INDUSTRI-
tlS U;S IN EVERY TOWN AND
Y TO SELL OLTS POPU
tr riberajinduecments. Applicants will
se i'ivdliLroiexDerienee df anvY and re-
1 0 ' . 1 .
to character and habits. A
Splendid Chance for men who are not afraid
to work iimt want to make money. Apply
in nelson ort Iv letter to
B. F. J0HNS0IT& CO.,
1013 Main Str, Kiehmond, Va.
REPORT OF THE BOARD
County Coiimi8sioner8 of Rowan Co.,
Showing l!ceipts and Expenditures of the
Board fol the Fiscal Year, Ending De
To Ain't trtxes collected as per
To Ain't frfm merchants, tra-
lo Ain't tVoin Shows, Cou-
cer ts eke,
lu-Anit tiftu H. N. VVoodsou
'or inutriage licenses,
ouoject t fedit for
llVuti.l l. ' .
"vuiuges iiimi -
snentt s q,H.Cs
"mf at oper
Thd folluwiiii' an.n... ...,;.i .
10 u J Haltoni. hiiil.ro
" .1 V U li- o iierctiui , ..Ml
J I Unljitiso,, - a 111 oe
Geo "I , do-
R A CL .iT"'' W
S Bostl, i
J S r tf?T "
WW 1 1 li;
H S br idge lumber
vT n in
J A Keid "
Klu Us it Re mile man, rep's on
New Mucksville road
W H Host , causwa v for pub. road
DaVid Riovrn, repairing do.
J L Rusher, canswny do.
0 W Atw U, 1 epaii ing do.
S A Earnhart, icmov ing tree out
V W & J C Turner, iioles put in
J L Rusher, do. do.
VV H Trexler, rep'rs 00 jaS
M J WeaNt, u " feiie
J A Hudson, lumber for 44
C F Baker, fence posts
Ed (10 well, rep 'is oil jail
Ed Uauble, " Court
C F Baker & Co. do.
Eil Cauble, do.
Bingham it, Co. stationary
J D McNeely, coal for Jail
C C Krider, expeuse account
D A At well, hardware
Meruoey Si Bra. 1 ep'rs on Clerk's
Klutt & Rend letnan, jail supl's
W G McNeely, boarding jy
G J Long, conveying lunatic
T F Kluttz & Co. stationary
Edwards, B. & Co. blank
Theo Hue 1 ban in, stationary
G W Wriglrt, ice for covrt room
D A At well, hardware
C C Krider, ex. couvey ing Harry
Smith to asylum 27
John Eacle do. do. M Eagle 17
Jacob Bostiau, coffin for pauper 2 75
R A Shimpoeh, burial ex. puiper 9 60
Dr. M L A 1 eh v , post m ort. exam'n 10 00
" JV Shaver, servic ua ique& 2 54
I) R Julian, juror on inquest
W H Julian
J J Bell
G J Long
W C Rose
Jas M Boslian
R S VV Sechler
G K Oveicash
G V Iseuhoiir
J A Plaster
P J Swink
J 1 Trexler
M L Mclutyre
G J Long
J A Cook
R S VV Sechler
R A Corriher
1 F Patterson
H R Plaster
T M Kerns
J A Lndwick
T C Linn
L S Overman, att'y. State vs John
J W Muuney do do
T Bailey, feeding Potter's wolf
G W Smith, jail fees for one year 483 94
J r Gowau, Kegistrar of voters
W R Fralev
V A Thomason
Jesse Fowl ass
J K Graham
VV F Watson
John A Lipe
P A Sloop
A VV KlutU
F H Mauuey
J W Miller
B C Arey
J A Re mil email, Judge election
T C Bernhardt "
A S Riehurdsuu
F D Irvln
H C Bost
A L Hall
J B Foard
John Y Riee
Mitch el Carson
J K Culbertson
W G Watson
J H A Li p pa i d
VV A Lackey
J M Harrison
J K Goodman
J M Goodman
M A Bost
T J Sumner
John L ingle
J P Wiseman
John E Jamison
J R Weddington
J L Erwia
J M Coleman
VV T H Plaster
C A Rose
H J Overcash
J A Isenhour
M A J Roseman
J L Rendleman
J P Rymer
Hen i v Kluttz
C A Miller
M J Burger
J A Coleman
W T R Jenkins
J A Gill
R A Shimpoeh
J E Wyatt
J E Shaver
Jos A Pool
D A Pool
J L Goodnight
G A J Sechler
G A Kluttz, clerk of election
J M Brown "
J C McCubbins "
S B Hart "
Rosena Rostian , use of house for
J L Boslian, for ballot boxes
P N Heilig, assessor
J P Gowau
J A Hediick
J C Miller
H C Bost
M S Fraley
G R McNeill
Rich'd Cnlbertsou "
Jesse Pow lass
VV G Watson
VV L Steele
J K Graham
Jesse W Miller
J K Goodmau
VV L Keistler
Caleb 'Barge r
J M Harrison
S M Furr
J F McLean
J L Sloan
C H McRenzie
R F Graham
J L Sifford
E R Blaekwelder
J F Smith
J H Heilig
J D Rendleman
A W Kluttz
M A l'espei nnn
G M Reriihaidt
J VV Miller
P C Shaver
J i Newman
S A Earnhart
a 1U1 f
M L Holmes, Mayor
W L Kluttz, tax lister
Wll.nn Tmtt U
G K McNeill
Jesse VV Miller
W L Keistler
J F McLean
C H McKeuzie
J F Smith
A VV Kluttz
J W Miller
S A Earnhart
Blackaier and Henderson, Att'y
Black mer,Hende: son & Price "
C F Waggoner, sheriff
Jos Dobftott, solicitor
R B Glenn "
J W Mauney "
J If Horah, clerk of court
Phi Alexauder, i, P.
W R Fraley
J W Miller
VV A Thomason
T G Haughtou
J A Lipe
J F Sim th
C A Guffy 60
C H McKenzie " 4 70
J K Graham " 70
, J F McLean " 1 00
D L Bi ingle 2 00
J F Cowan, deputy sheriff 8 85
Calviu Klutta " 1 20
G A Klutta " 14 57
R H Kluttz 14 97
H M Leaser " 8 3L
E Miller " 5 40
S D Morrison 44 15
J H MeKenzie " 11 55
J M Monroe " 24 15
D Pen ninger " 5 25
R P KoHemau " 13 13
M A Smith " 38 02
B C Sechler 90
Thos McConnell " 3 60
E T Goodman " 82
Jos Barler " 4 06
C E Mills " 1 50
G A Barger 6A
Wm. Campbell 44 7 0
Ben Cauble 44 65
W R Krider 44 15
W F Lackey " 15
W Lyerly 44 1 10
J F Pace 44 1 23
J G Long " 1 00
D C Bradshaw 44 75
H B Bailey 44 4 00
H Barriuger 44 15
M A Bost i an 44 30
G VV Isenhour 44 1 25
J C McCanless 44 15
David Pool 44 15
P L Torrence 44 1 2(i
T H Vanderford 44 1 15
LAC Kepley " 2 00
M P Cline " 7 00
Moses Frick 44 80
W F Griffith " 15
J A Geurley 2 00
F H Mauney 44 15
S M Sloop 44 5 05
John A Watson " 15
R F Kerr ' 50
J VJ Meni u s 1 75
John Y Rice M 80
J F Robinson ' 44 45
Witness fees in State cases 452 07
H N Woodson, clerk 877 50
Expenses of tlie poor 1,546 98
Expenses of Board as per former
statement 247 40
HORATIO N. WOODSON, Clerk.
Salisbury, Dec. 8th, 1883. 10:4w
Corrected weekly by J. M. Knox a Co.
Salisbury, Dec, 13, 1883.
-Bacon 8 to 10
Chickens 15 to 20
Cotton 9 to 9i
Corn 70 to 75
Wheat 90 to 1.00
Wool 30 to 35
A Medium MILCH COW and Cslf for
sale. Apply at this office for. further in
By virtue of (be power contained In a certain mort-
fag e deed, executed to ine by Paul B. Taylor and
arah R. Taylor, tbe said mortgage being registered
In book No. 60, page 255, Ac, In the Register's Office,
for Rowan county, and being also made and execu
ted to me to secure the payment of a certain note,
decribed in said mortgage deed, the principal of
said note being tbe sum of $20o, bearing date Dec.
14th. 1881, and default in payment of the same hav
ing been made, I will proceed to sell at the Couft
House door in Salisbury, an the .
4th Dsvjr of February, 1884,
(being tbe 1st Monday of the month,) at 12 o'clock,
if. the tract of land described In the deed, It being
known as a part of the lands of Caleb Shaver, dee'd,
and being the land of Sarah R. Taylor, containing
53 acres, being in Morgan Township, of said county,
adjoining the lands of Jesse A. Parks and others, a
particular description of which will be found set out
In said mortgage need.
Also, at the same time and place, the Interest of
Paul B. Taylor In a certain Oyster Threshing Ma
chine, and horse power, it being part, now In the
possession of David Shaver. Term of sale cash.
JOHN P. WYATT, Trustee.
Dec. 10th, 1883. :w-pd.
My tax books will he at the following
places at the time specified. Those wishing
to save cost will do well to meet the collec
tor promptly :
PrankUn, Franklin Academy,;
Unity. Rice e uauey 's store,
Scotch Irish, . . . Mt. Vernon,
Steele Davis Store,
At well Coleman's do.
I.l taker... Bost tan's Koads.N T, A Jl
Gold Hill Gold Hilll tfllt. 11.
Morgan's, . . . E. Miller's storeA 7
Providence, Hatter Shop, 1 1 OO A
Salisbury ;?jwjr. I 1 0 O 4: .
lUC f, U1UOU11 O O U f
Scotch Irish, Third Creek station,
Mt. Clla. ..near Dr. Houston's old
Atwell....... ...Knochvllle. 1 T0 cft.
China Grove, China Grove.
ljT'Tlie law compels me to collect the
taxes before I can make my settlement with
the Commissioners. This is absolutely the
C. C. KRIDER, Sheriff.
Dec. 19, 1833. 3t
Finest Goods !
3,000 lbs CANDY,
2,000 fos. NUTS,
20 Boxes RAISINS.
200 lbs CURRANTS
5 Boxes... CITRON.
10 Barrels MALAGA GRAPES.
25 Bunches BANANAS.
15 Boxes , ORANGES.
2rom let to $7.50
Can find anything and everything
Toys, Drums, Wagons,
Carriages, Dolls, Horns, of alj sizes.
Toilet Cases from $1 to $20.
Jewel Caskets from $1 to $12.50.
Workboxes from 75 cts. to $15.
Plush Mirrors from $1 to $5.50.
Toilet Sets from 75 cts. to 10.
Vases from 25 cts. to $8 per pair.
Chamber Sets from $5 to $14.
Tea Sets from $5 to $25.
Decorated Plates from 25 cts. to $1.25
China Panels and Plaques
from $1 to $10.
SIL VER W&BBt
I have the finest display in town.
Juveniles from $1 to $2.50.
Bibles from 25 cts. to $10.
Autogrph Albums from $5 to $6.
Photograph Albums, 25 cts. to $10.
Ladies' Shopping Bags, 75Bts. to $8.
I am ready to furnish for "Christmas
Trees" everything necessary at the very
8SirI have the largest stock in town
and it must be sold. Come all, and a
vail yourself of the fullest stock at the
Spain is catching something of the spfr
oftheaae. Her Kin in hi.
the Cortez aiumnm- tli .., : r
vAirn iff 1
the nfmure to sill im r n 1 -...1 .:.
W - cut 1 I ; I I 11 I IT
and wiio pay taxea ami reeomiiienU odi-
rviorms or tlie const Kntlou.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT CANNONS EETZBR.
12J to 20
,20 to 25
H to H
75 to 80
2.40 to 2 45
40 to 50
Bacon, Hog round,
Feathers, (in demand)
Fodder, per lOOlbs.,
80 to 90
40 to 50
1.00 to 1.10
25 to 40
Salisbury Tobacco Market
2CORRECTED WEEKLY BT JNO. SHEFPARD.
Lugs, common to med.
4.50 to 6.00
6.00 to 8.50
8.50 to 11.00
11.00 to 18.00
5.00 to 6.25
6.25 to ;8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 16.50
16.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
Lugs, med. to good,
Luus, "rood to fine.
Lugs, fine to fancy,
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf. med. to srood.
Leaf, good to fine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
WrsDoers. med. to rood
Wrappers, eood to fine,
40.00 to 55.00
Wrappers, fancy. none offered.
new rooacco breaks tor the past week
have been lisrht. Prices stiff for all
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cotters and
lug smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade sliffer than the quotation. Wrap
pers of all classes are hit?h and -n'erl v
sought after. Planters would do well by
putting some of their good tobaccos on the
market at this time.
The VERY LATEST NEWSI
J. S. McCUBBINS & CO.,
Are now in receipt of their
FALL AND WINTER
which will be found Larse and Complete.
Boots and Shoes, -:
DONT FAIL TO GIVE THEM A CALL.
THEY WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
BAKER'S Standard for Wheat.
Acid PHOSSHATE "
Merryman's A. D. Phos. for wheat.
They also keep on hand
TIIKT ARK AGENTS FOR
The very BEST MAKE and very Cheap
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES.
NO. 1, GRANITE ROW,
Sept. 26, '83.) Rai.isbcrt, M .
To Mine Ownersjnd Minim Co':
The undersigned are prepared to purchase rei
of Gold, Silver. Lead, Copper, and Sulphur, in un
ttmlted quantities, to be deUvered a; nearest rail
way station, according to market pines. Caurt
payments. Contracts entered into for one to fir ten
years. Richards Pown & Company.
London and Swansea. England.
All letters should be addressed to M. Parry
Gosset, Thomasvllle, Davidson Co.,'. C, sol Agent
for the United States. Stilypl
GOLD MINING PROPERTY!
Any person wishing to buy or lnd Gold
Mining property, will consult their interest
by calling on the undersigned, 9 miles
South of Salisbury, and 4 miles cast oi
China Grove depot. Title guaranteed be
yond a doubt.
MILO A. J. ROSEMAN.
The Valley Mutual Life Association
of Virginia stands endorsed by such men
as Judge A. C. Arery, Rer. C. T. Bailey,
R. T. Gray, and other prom i net men of
thin State. Judge Avery bjijs of it ;
"I have held a policy in 'The Valley
Mutual Life Association' since the fall of
1880, and consider myself fortunate in
having relied upon its solvency. The cst
will never amount to more than forty psr
cent, of the premiums charge by regular
companies ou the same risks."
AT and BELOW COST !
GOODS GOING at a SACR F1CE!
Wc are determined to close ont onr pi es
ent Stock, consisting of a great variety of
Dry Goods, Notions,
and are now offering tlie greatest induce -
limits in the way of
V-.--Y-.. T .. ir f .1 . r. . .
x.iei ueiurt Known in this uity.
Call and sec us ami bo convinced that
we mean what we sav.
Dec. 12th, 1883.
M. L. AREY
Present his comnliments to tlie nnhlie
and resneetfuHv solicit a trial i.l his F.s-
tahlisment. It is complete in the re-
quiremenrs or nrst class business.
Horses, Eu-gie?, Carriages,
PheBtons, Wegcns, cc.
EHE IS CONKIDEKT OK GIYIN(J JY
Special provision and favorable mtns for
Boarding and keeping horses.
Drovers will find good Stalls and Sheds
at this place.
special accommodations for the benefit
oi Commercial Travelers.
Lee Street.Salisburv, N. C.
Fresh Turnip Seed, Trap Seei
Just received a Fresh lot of
of all the different kinds. CHEAPER than
ever at ENNISS' J-m o Store.
The Great RHEUMATIC CURE of the day
also for LAME BAChT, at
ENNISS' Ditua Saokk.
SIMMON'S LITER MEDICINES
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT
rubbers ran jars,
SAVE Y0UE FRUIT !
Scarr's Fruit Preservative !
Without the use of Scaled Cans. The
CHEAPEST a.d ONLY SURE KIND
KNOWN. Perfectly Harmless. Call
and, try it.
At ENNISS' Drug Store.
GIO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. MORGAN.
Eagle & Morgan
We are prepared to do any kind of
work at our Shops on Leo Street, (W. M.
Barker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
HORSE-SHOEING and'; all kinds oi
Blacksmithing done promptly and with ex
pedition. Repairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly and in first
class style. Painting and finishing of fine
werk will be done by W. M. Barker.
All we ask is a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. l:tf
N O TI C E !
JOHN F. EACL
3 K I ,
Invite your attention to hi- shop, opposite
Mayor's Office. Repairing ne;iii and uroiujt
ly done. All grades of gcoils made lo order
Oct. 1st. '81:tf.
The Valley Mitml Life Association
HOME OFFICE, S TAUNT. N, VA.
The Cheapest. Sifest, and M.i.t Hell ible Lift- In
surance a )w aS t tae public is t iuJ in tlie Val-
! ley Mutual, vrblch enables you i e u rv i ri.iKMj in
...... . -v..-. ..... i 3 .... .1 '.-y- p. .i.ii.'tlli.
For further Information, . all on or Jdtiress
J. W Mi KKNZIE, Aent,
May 20, ibS3 SALigBrav, N. c.
Mt Mfcn - mt m
BOOTC, SHOcS A CAITERS, made to
oruen ai. otk iiim las veuueii Veaih hx-pertenee.-
All .V uteilal or the twst graUe, and wort
done lu t!i- lutes'. st U s
lie.idy -nail' vo i always oa nand Impairing
ne;;tlv i.nd proir- th jciipr onl rs bv mallnronipr
lj railed. XTVxia.. Eajtle.
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the Yadkin River is for
sale at low figures. It is situate at the head
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, Use county seat; 13 miles
from Gold Hill, and about 28 miles from
Salisbury. It is one mile Iroiu the public
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible" down to the
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
property is that it is a natural stone dam
which makes ahout a six foot head of
available water. The dam runs at an angle
of about 20 or 2" deg. up the river nearly
all the way across, gradually diminishing
in height as it approaches the opposite
shore. A race of 400 feet in length will add
troni 12 to 14 additional feet of head, mak
ing the grand power of 18 or 20. There is
any quantity of building stone and slate
of excellent quality, on the premises, easily
transported by water. -
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FORSULP1IU
It is conveniently near the mines of
Montgomery, Slaiily, ji trts of Cabarrus,
Rowan and Davidson Counties to make it
a custom mill, for the reduction of ores,
with the great advantage of being in the
centre of the mining districts named abo7.
The ores within easy reach could not be
worked out in a century.
This water power with 10 acres attached
is offerred at $2,500, with the -option ot
100 acres at $3,r00. Tin- lands arc valua
ble for farming purposes; the situation
healthy, the society gt'od, and church and
school advantages very good. Persons
wishing further information may address
"Watchman," Salisbury, or Mr. J. R. Lit
tleton, AH'cmarle, N. O. -
1 M'M of place furuiiiMnl-on application .)
School Books Full Stock, lowest prices.
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Libiaiy.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SEA
SON, picsuass & PICTURE
AMES, TOYS, DOLLS,
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
TBI CO. II I K II B A L Ml,
salisul'rt, s. c. ly
J. RHODES BIIOWSE, PRES.. W. C. CO ART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Term Policies written on Dwellinjji.
Premiums payal.le Out htW c asli atul bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BBOWN, Agt,
2:Gm.. Salisbury, H.
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