I . , ,
in your orders foi election tickets
. f i I ars I t i 3 A. .- T
it l too late ;
( Watre now printing them at SI, 50 per
od for Township ticket?, And 75 cts
par 1000 for Convention Tickets.
Caah matt accompany the order.
campaign to tins county is
finely. Oar able and en
lactic nominees, Meecrt. Shober and
n, are winning laurels for them
pelves by tfee dignified and efficient man
kr In which they overwhelm the oppo
at of constitutional reform in this coun
commencing at Salisbury, and twenty thou
and for each additional ten miles when
graded, unttT all of aaid bonds are delivered.
Sec 7. That the president and board of
directors of said Yadkin Railroad Company
shall issue to the board of county commis
sioners of Rowan county a certificate of stock
uivalent to the amount of bonds deuver-
CK 1E1. f-L. of th YAkim. R-il I the ratification of this act lv the Qualified of the County with a k of only
kod Khvp in.l .mod reason to f Ilowan countv r twei thousand 26,000 and the interest for a few
Road, have .ndeed good reason more milej i. graded, I ' And th- ry weli
euunre ui lue u&kucruiit diusuccii ui sue- iramnnrinir at Nniiaiuirv. ana iweniv uiuu-
eess a can vans of the field ha" developed.
The people bare heretofore heard bat one
side of the question. Demagogues and
interested stockholders in the N. 0. B. B.
have endeavored to befog them ; bat they
have began to look at the matter it) a
business like manner and are declaring
for the subscription and the Road everywhere.
We rail attention to the circular in
another column on the Yadkin Railroad.
The subject is so thoroughly discussed in
that document as to leave us little room
to speak more. But we will say that
Rowan county needs the proposed Road,
and that if she fails to secure it now, it
will prove a disaster to the county. Row
an mu$l keep up with the spirit of im
provement if she would sastain her inter
est and position in the State. She must
TbCy ; 'are listened to attentively equip herself with every advantage in her
they speak, and the encoqrage- power for the sake of these. ' She has the
they receive from the people hi all soil, the climate, the relative location, the
that could be desired. varied resources and the men, to entitle
her to first rate dignity and respectability
afford to do when it is considered what
great benefits to the County this Road
will be. Property in the County will
be worth at least one million dollars
more than it now is.
Bat let us look a little to the value
at par value of said bonds, and that the 0f nroDertv in the County and to the
a wi w
county commissioners oi xtowan couuij w i far pa ;
empowered to appoint one or tnetr nranoer The toU1 VAlae of property is $2,747,395
?lrX SXTL KZTZJZJZZZZ: Real estate, tl.8fr5,680
i h i i ii I ii i v iii ii i nil ill i nr nim i iiv 1 1 l v i w
Stockholders of the said Yadkin Railroad Personal property, 871,715
Company. - ? I There is 91,003,965 more real than
oec. o. l uai me nwu 01 cuwuiy wjuuub- i . v .
r.f T ,.i ah. 11 1,1.1 ol Lit SUUftl. J. UU UitV OU WUW ww
nuTDose of ascertaining the sense of the qual
ified voters of Rowan county as to whether pcrty you raise this sum by. paying 80
Uiey Will SUOSCriDe ine aioresum auui ui one . 1 ft1nn 1
1aa ki,..,i jrtn. uavn cents on the 100, how much addition-
three months' notice of said election by pub; I al will it take to raise $6,000, or enough
lie advertisement poscea ai me coun nouw i . . i . fcinn rwv
door in the townofSalisbory, and at oneor P? : tbeauuual interest on$ 100, 000?
more places in each township m. said coun- $21, v t v : b.000 :: 80 cts : 1& cts.
ffJiCSST additioual. Add this 22 ceota to the
published in the said town of Salis- 80 cts. and you will have $1,02. So
bury, which said advertisements in said ... . . r . ;n
nmrneN hal1 contain a rnnv of this act. I v r-SJ '"6 w
... . . . ' A . nn K 1 iL.
Sec. 9. That said election snail take place pay $t.U2, calculating on me same
ana ne conducted unaer tne law as pre- i : r i iw
General Assembly, and those voting for the 1 And 80 on the sanwasts you would
subscription and issue of said tends shall have to MV 36i additional in the
vota o a written or nnnti'i tip. k Ht hub-I J ,
COTTON SAW GIN.
Equal to any In th country, with an improv
ed cotton roll superior to anv other Gin.
J. If. ELLIOTT,
Wionaboro, 8. C
W. R. CrechL R. R. Act. and
Mai. F. W. Woodward.
July 10, 1875 Som pd. T
on the thirteenth day of May, one thou- J00 this yea, which Will raise $21,
l eight hundred and seventv-five, for the n , -kt
WofascertaininKthesenofthequal- 979 16. J(ow if on this basis of pro-
I J 18a It was pur privilege to be present as a county, and she only needs to put
it Ike speaking at Mt. Ulla, last Tuesday, forth her hand to a little bard work to
After a pleasant ride of 12 or 14 miles I secure her position and foster her own
pvar a moderately good road, we arrived interests. We cannot believe that her
at lbs place appointed for the discussion 1 people are yet ready to seat themselves
iy Hp Candidates for and against the hi the ashes and meanly acknowledge
IMftftaUon, a goodly numoer ot the eitr "beye is our place."
fsoot or Mt. Ulla township bad already Railroads are the order of the times in
Assembled; and, to our surprise, nearly as which we live. Before their introduction
luJ i j i , . . .. . .
many coioreu as wm ie voters were pres- we were all on the same levej, no one
8at. . . r . . ( section having advantages above us, and
LA towhob.p meeting was first hed, no immense monopolies capable of preying
d, the gentlemen named were nominated up0D the induStry of our people. But
for Township officers : for Magistrates, Uiat equilibrium and immunity has been
f. Urabani and John J. Uoodman; disturbed by the introduction of Railroads
Fee Clerk; Tbos. T. Goodman; for Con- and the organisation o moneyed monopo
iUhle, Wm. f. Lackey; School Commit- Has that snatch at the wealth of the soil
fbe, D. M. Barriar, Monroe Barger aud famished wolvesrremorselessly carry
. V. tfrjwu. nQg it 0ff fot iggg thao its value or at ex-
"as then announced that the hour tort ion ate charges from every community
88 atmea tor aiscussioo, ana tapt. J. that fails to protect itself agaiust them.
r J'i awowiuiug mi prcTiuu uuuci- l tit oui- protection open to us is to
standing, took the stand in opposition to arm ourselves with Railroads affording as
Convention and Constitutional reform, mauy outlets as possible, giving us ad-
The present Constitution, although it had vantages equal to other communities, and
p origin to the order of a military satrap, brioging the monopolists face to face- com-
and was forced upon the people Dy Dayo- petitors for the trade the county affords,
Otis, pras good enough for him. Yes, this aa(i for the business her people have need
rJaaiy Constitution with all its defecU, m transact. T?he Yadkin Road will do
Oppressive featutes, discordant provisions, a great deal for us in this direction. The
though it has proved most unsuited to advantages will exceed many times
por poopie, u gwou cuuugu over me cost ot Duiidmg it, and every
ty aud ihe corrupt wvil rights party man notn the interest of other roads who
scription," and those voting against said year 1880, When von would have to
suhsenptipn and of bonds shall vote rais $10,000, which would be the
"No Subscription. ...
Bee. la That if said board of commis- largest amount tne county wm ever
sionere shall fail to order said election men- uavA fri nav. ifc w;n omduallv orow
tinned in the section nine of this act, or shall r J '
reTuse to issue said bonds after the qualined every year uicraiicr.
voters of the said county shall vote for said he above figures are made on the
subscription, then and in that case thoy and , , . . ,
each ol them shall be deemed guilty ot a suppooiuuu wiat wio vbiubuwu oi uic
misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than nrnnertv remains the same. This will
The Commissioners have ordered ths d-
t ruction of the Ailaatos shrubbery and Can
ada thifttie, peraons, therefore, owning or hol
ding poosssHon of vacant lota or back yard
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGANCo?
(Late 8 St GLOl'tiH OROAJV CO..
one thousand dollars or imprisoned not less
than six months, in the discretion of the
See. 11. That this act shall take effect from
and after its ratification : Provided, That the
provisions herein contained requiring the
growing up in these or other obnoxious so rub
bery are notified thai thev will be expected to
nave tliem .cleaned out within ten days after
this notice : Otherwise, the ordinance will be
enforced against all who dUreawrd it.
Joly 16th 1875. Mayor.
SUPER.OK COURT ROWAN COUNTY.
Johx Watts, Plaintiff
The North Carolina Ore Dress
ing Company. Dtfewdanl.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
To the Sheriff of Rowan County, Ortttinq
Yon are hereby commanded in the nanoe of the
State to Summon the North Carolina Ore Dress
ing Company. Defendant, in the above action.
to appear at the next Term of the Superior
Court of the County of Rowan, at the Court
House in Salisbury, on the 6th Monday after
me oru .uonuav in aepiemoer next tnen ana
there to answer the complaint of John Watts,
Plaintiff in this suit. And you art further
commanded to notify the said Defendant that
if he fail to answer the complaint within the
time specibed by taw the Plaintiff will apply
for ihe relief demanded in the Complaint and
for all costs and charres in this suit incurred.
Witness. J. X. Horah. CUrk of our mid
Court at o&cs. in Sativum. UtU Ik Aa rJ
July, m U. 107 o.
J. M. HORAH,
Clerk Superior Court Rowan County.
July 15, 187V-
not be the cape. Property will be en
hanced in value one million of dollars
at least. Let us see then what will be
the per cent., or amount 6f tax on
board of county commissioners of said coun- the 100. To raise 527.979, or the
ty to subscribe one hundred thousand dol- tax you pay this year, and the $6,000
ire1Md.toiMuefodm,ttt'a? for the interest on the $100,000, you
iiv lawinrr ravon tr thn nut'innnf tr tha ntntl. -
no force or effect until rntified by a majority on the ono hundred valuation. And
of the qualified voters of said county who to raise $31,979, or the tax you pay
1 11 A La a t V a . ! I -t j.
snail voie at tne election mennoneu in sec- jg year, and the $1U,UUU lor the year
tfJVrJA 1880, you would py 861 oenh., only
m iiuv iiiu twf oitoit m't iv iu a vi a vv tvuvi juv i 0 -
ins on said countv till the countv commis- cts. more man you now pay.
. " a " . . 1.1.., - - . .
sioners of Stanly county shall, in accordance that tne man wnoee property is not eu-
wit uic cAisting mw, suiccriuc mi; vuua- danced in value win nave no more tax
Si!r :T to pay, or at most only a very little
scription be duly approved by a majority of mre ; and the man whose property is
the qualified voters of Stanly county: And enhanced in value -can very easily at
provided further, That one hundred thousand ford to pa v more tax. In other words
dollars shall oe ! subscribed, to the capital the rate on the $100 will be about the
individuals, corporations or otherwise, in 8ame 85 lt; 18 DOW- r "J that tne
addition to what has alreadv been subscrlb-. property in the County will be worth
ed and five per centum of the individual one million more than it now is, is not
subscription paid in alter such ratification. an idle assertion. The building of the
This act shall be in force provided the coun- t .i j- -n j
tv commissioners of Rowan and Stanlv Railroad in Forsythe county raised the
counties shall deem the said subscrintioai value of property, there 5800,000.
solvent. v .-. - ' '
Ratified the 5th day of Feb., A. D. 1875
4Bw YA W K4. Ml . 1 g t i
Wim wnicu nc aci. wm lake tne trouble to think about it
i Tha Capt startled many of hie hearers ,eriously for one half hour.' wuU be driven An A? ? ari entitUd 4 Aet to
v .u : ka n((nm.nnBr , . ? . , .. uuuwrxze uic ooara or coumy commwioncTW
J ,u,u,Mi,"vu w w" w uc conclusion mat we must nave this 0f Rowan county to tubteriU to the capital
itttwIWF? tneuonvenuon aci was goneii Koad. J?Vllow ci izens of Rowan, do stock ttf tUe Yadkin Railroad Company
llouah tha Legiilature. Recording to yourselves the favor to bestow nn iKamiiK
T- . . I m i fwrr . y . Mr- if. j -mrr i
his statement he was at Raleiau, MtliUiWAi v : . pe9"on.1- i vmrm ii 1 1 1 in i m xivn
w co '
Yadkla Bail load.
It will be seen that the County is
lTnlVTm,o.m iUTn 188U9 n18 to tne amount ot one
w.a fv Mwmwfcav wwuuem. hundred thousand dollars, running for
Thk fnllnnrin I 1 1 U lxl-IL ' 1 . . A 1 1 J - 11 f
tlia mutiop wi. "VT rauwuuiiy Buu uiiny yesre : iuui luuusauu uuusn oi
firt talked of there mitted to the people of Rowan county the bonds to be paid in the year 1880,
ber. ui the Legialature with hope that it will receive care- and four thousand every year thereaf
. T f1 . . . v:. ter till all are paid. They are to bear
"i vuuaiucnuuu ui luoit nanus.
knew all the iutfigue and maneuver by
which the odious thins was brought to
ltfe. Jt was atMtling to hear the Capt.
Undertake to give information about a
thing that noDoay naa attempiea to con- born. If baihf u will bleM you them
peal. Bat Uapt. Ramsay, it he were in Bot if we ,u B at a tM Hke Ulig wfaen
, . 4 - . 1 v-
flaleigh, did not state tne tacts in regaru ev man shou,d trf for fc fc
to the Wrtb ot the Vonvenuon aet, or tne tbe day of repentonee MV .nd fiud
manner ui which ttwas '-torced ttirough. arno powfer to he,p ifj
pM tried to produce tne impression tost a
few lawyers aud newspaper men had con
footed the bill and bad it ''forced through
Without cousuLtius the people. There is
not the slightest foundation for such
Statement, as every oue knows who
at all familiar with
the questiou waa
were but few members
prepared to speak, and only three newspa
Mrs in the State that openly advocated
it. Bat the people observing tbe position
M the Legislature clime forward and
through their primary meetiugs, public
speakers and newspapers, commanded
that body to call a Convention. It was
the work of the people most unmistakably.
Tha legislature would not move until the
people had Commanded it. The people
were, at Mr. Shober said, ahead of the
leaders la this matter. But Capt. Ram
any without miking any argument, or
doiug more than making a few reckless
assertions, backed off of the stand, having
convinced no one that his position is right
or thai lie weald be a fit delegate to a
Capt. Eamsay was followed by the
Hon. F. . Shober, in a most happy and
convincing argument in favor of Consti
tutional retorm. 11 is opponeuts were
completely overwhelmed. Mr. Shober
showed up tha origin of the present Con
stitution, Its oppressive features, the evils
that have grown out of i, the dangers it
still holds for the people, and the great
necessity for changes. His speech was
listened to throughout with marked atten
tion, aud was most pointed ami telling in
.effect. He was succeeded by JJr. 1. VV.
Jones, Capt. Ramsay's coleague. The
Pr. is in wretched health, and his subject
was so bad that he was unable to produce
any impression whatever. He said a
good many right amusing things, but hi
remarks were so disconnected, and in the
feain, Jpo irrelevant to the snbjeot, that it
would have buou uuooasible for him to
eooviuc anybody he is right, avsn sap
Aoing there Was any capable of being
Lialed,. J: S. Henderson, Esq., followed
taw DtytyuaJtia speech, (we regret ws
eonld not bear on account of having to
Lve.) are are assured was argumentative
able ana" convincing. Mt. Ulla will come
np all right.
Carolina do enact. That section eight of the:
important matter, reaching far ahead in above entitled act be amended by striking
the-future, and involving your prosperity ?TL l Z2l XL?!
tor years to come reaching forward to Thursday in August or as soon thereafter as
tbe lue-time of your children, though un tue notice of advertisement required in the
same section can oe given.
Sec 2. That section eleven be amended by
striking out the last clause, to wit : " This
The value of the property in the
town of Salisbury is $502,484 ; abou
one-fifth of the value of the whole
Drouertv in the countv.
The benefits to be derived from this
Koad are numberless. It connects
you with Wilmington and Charleston
two great ports. It gives vou compe
ltiou in freights. And of course tha
is a saving in the pocket of the con
8umer and the producer.
act shall be in force provided the county
commissioners of Row an and btanly coun
ties shall deem the said subscription sol
vent" :. .
Sec. 8. This act to be in force from and
after its ratification.
Ratified the 24th day of Feb., A. D. 1875
paid. Li lev
six tier cent interest Ihe countv
It is proposed Jfco ask Rowan county commissioners are to levy and collect
to subscribe to the capital stock of the the taxes to meet the interest and bonds
Yadkin Railroad Company one hun- 88 loeX 00106 nuo- 00 inav ine 0011(18
dredthoasand dollar., .nd wegivothe Sf.2 L.TT-i-
special act of legislation that the pec- twenty thousand dollars worth of these
i - xi . i . ' i
pie may see exacuy wnat is proposea bonds are to be issued at a time. Ten
to them : miles of the Road must be graded.
commencing at Salisbury, before any
U-Mo 1.A BOO AAA r. 4. U -
mixsionen or noxcan Uountu to subscribe-to
the capital stock of tU Yadkin Railroad Co. 9100,000 worth of bonds are issued
; '' " you will have fifty miles of road
nSSVrrS V"01 graded, which will put you within 6
are hereby authorized to subscribe for the p ;Wllr be seen that your county
county of Rowan the sum of one hundred commissioners will have & eertifiratt
fcSiTwSi !?e stock in the Railroad equal to the
completion nf n riirH tLm i;k :! amount of bonds issued ; and that
the county of Rowan, to Wadesboro1 in the they snail appoint one of their num
county of Anson. ; ber or some other suitable nprson to
tA' -That J provide for the payment represent the stock of the Countv in
all meeting of the Comnanv. so "that
viwaio luouwuinju m me next nreceea- . i " ... , . .
ing section, the county commissioners of tne unty Will be a stockholder to the
Kowan county shall make and issue coupon amount of 1 100,000. Any of you
f8,,1116 moiint .f. on hundred thou: have a right to say who shall be your
sand dollars in denominations of not less nntnmlo.lnn A k T.
Dfin WOUD FUMPtS
the acknowledge Stand
ard of the market, by
fnopuiar verdict, the bert pomp for
tne least money Attention is invited
to Blatchloy's Improved Bracket, the
Drop Cheek Valve, which can be With
drawn without disturbing the joints
and the copper chamber which never
cracks, scales nr rusts and will last a
For sale by Dealers and tbe trade
generally. In order to be sure that you set
Ulatcbluy Pump, be carelul and nee that it ha
my trade-mark as above If you do not know
where to buy. description circulars' together
with the name and address of tbe agent nearest
yon will be promptly furuiibed by addreaaing
who stamp. i
CI1AS G.BLATCI1LEY. Manufacturer.
oOC Commerce St., Philadelphia. Pa.
Feb. 18. 1875 tf.
-d e3 -j''4M mt ' ''t , J
bVHC I mM ill rP
In i IHvHHflsfliBB? lHB
4HI I t
FITTED MnTHTHSS ELY IN VKXTED
PATENT QUALIFYING fVBBI,
An iavaatioa having a most important bearing on the future of Jteed Instrument, by asesss
which the quanuiy at voiunw oi lone is very largriT imrrK-o,
and the quality of tone rendered
Iqial to flat tf tie Best Pipe Organs of the Saw Capacity.
mmrnm mm . W M A M .
Our celebrated "Voa Celee.M "Vox Uanana. "Hiioox raissn, -uctaTe i onpier. ia caars
ing "Calk' or "Clarionet" Slops aGoan Horn,' "Cremona, ox Angeist,- - tola I laaST
ALLs THE LATE lairwi itmiin i s
than five hunrlnrf ftii.r mA "v wuu wimnisBioners, ana nence now
one thousand doljars, and that. the coupons ty will have a great if not a
of said bonds shall be received in the pay- controlling influence in the manage
ment of county taxes when said coupon bo- ment of the Road. It will be further
!35l 8UeThat said Tiond shall be signed rfU fl A0 TU"
by the chairman of the board of county 6(1 untl1 SSOjOOO are raised, which a
commissioners of Rowan county and coun- roount will grade the Road. The es-
m-m. .1 n J 1 S f S . mm al 1 m r . 1 w ,
hmmm uy me ciera oi me ooara ot com- ti mates oi tne .Engineer who surveved
Please consider carefully the following
A A -A - A . . a -d3
startling jacz anu ngykre. .
Take the greatest staple Cotton : The cot
ton crop of Kowan is at least 4000 bales. The
freight on a bale from Salisbury to N. Yor
is $3. From Charlotte it is only $1.75, being
a loss to the farmers ot Kowan of 1 1.89 .on
every bale of cotton they raise. 4000 bales
at $1.25 per bale is just five thousand dollars
loss annually nearly enough of itself to pay
the railroad tax. Then take the Cons crop
of the County, which at a low estimate is
one hundred thousand buheu worth in Salis
bury 85 cents per bush in Charlotte 95 cts.
to $1 ; and in Wadesboro' $1 to $1.25. Why
is this ? Is not our corn as good as anybody
else's ? It is simply because of the excessive
discrimination against us in freights by tiiat
grinding monopoly, the N. C. R. R., whose
interested friends are lighting the Yadkin
Koad with all their power. . Suppose the
Road only increases the price of corn five
cent per bushel and it will certainly do
that don't you see that this makes five thou-
sand dollars every year in the pockets of the
farmers ot Kowan I . They1 are now wndlrd
ont of just that amount, which added to the
overcharge on cotton makes just ten thousand
doUttrs in cleau ci, which the farmer would
realize every year by the building of this
Koad, Look, too, at other outrageous freight
charges, by which Rowan loses thousands
upon thousands of dollars every year : First
class freights' are shipped to Charlotte from
N. York, at 90 ct per 100 lbs., while Salis
bury is charged $1.35 per 100; a difference
of 50 per. tent, against us. And who pays
this ? The farmers of Rowan county pay it
every day of their lives and upon every ar
ticle they bnv. This difference alone would
pav the Railroad tax
Take again the Hay-, and Forage crop of
the County : At least-two mutton of pound
of hay and forage are shipped from Kowan
every year. The KC.RR. used to charge
11 cents per 100 from Salisbury to Charlotte
now it is about 28 cts. They used to charge
28 cents per 100 to Raleigh, now it is 50 cts
or more, bay the average advance is 20 c.
per 100, and we have the enormous sum of
four thousand dollars, which is annually
gouged out of the pockets of the farmers of
Kowan on this crop alone.
1 nese illustrations might be carried on
indefinitely, but t ie above will suffice to
Spi Stock 1875.
120 Bags Coffee,
50 Barrels Sugar,
40 " Molasses,
5000 lbs. IJ icon, 2000 lbs. Lard,
2000 lbs. Best Sugar Cored Hams,
20 Kegs Sada,
20 B XrS u r
50 " Adamantine Candle.
40 " Soap, 2000 lbs. Carolina Rice,
."10 Ca?es Oysters,
20 do Brandy Peaebe,
20 do Lemon Syrup,
0 do Fresh Peaches,
10 do Pine Apple,
10 do Smoking Tobacco,
25 Gross Snuff, 25 Coi's Cotton A Jate
40 doa. Painted Pails,
40 Boxes Assorted Candy;
100 Reams Wrapping Paper,
A full line of Wood fc Willcn ware. m
A full Hue of Boot u Shoes (very cheap),
A fall line of Hut.
A full hue rf Sullies & Rridle. Salt, Pepper.
Ginger. Since, Canned Ifood. Royal Baking
Powders. UJrarrf, Tobacco, Crockery, Kerosene.
Tanners Machine Oils, Ac , Ac.
The above stock was bouaht 'since the late
heavy decline in prices, and is offered at Whole
sale A Hetail at very short profits, for cah.
BISUBAkl A CO.
June 3rd 1375.
No. 1. Heavy plow Shoe at 1160 worth 1200
'Women Shoes r.t $125" 150 A 175
Ladies Embroidered Slippers at 100 worth 150
ljaoies Mippers at 8125 wortn 175.
Ladies Croquet Slippers at $125 worth $900,
Ladies Cloth Gaiters it $175 worth $250,
Ladies Cloth Gaiters at $?25 worth $300,
A large lot of Children Shoes rery cheap.
BINGHAM ft CO
Can be obtained only in th
THE Utb s tm in-
Fifty Differently!.. . crw
Ou:ility and Volume of Tone Im-qual
ATER I A L AND WORKMANSHIP,
oi lone incnuaiieu.
PRICES, 650 TO 8
Factory and Waxerooms, Cor? 6th and Congress 8t$
(1IIA1UIHB XXff 1850.) AOBJrr Wanted la Srery Ooutf.
Address GL0UGH & WARREN ORG A N C 0 .
May 20. 1875. -lv. 4
missioaers ot saia county, and shall bear in- the route four vu-n fto.n
J ' 5 TTWVJ VU1UI
AAA i 1 i- -TTl . , t t
num. interest to he nairt mnni. " V K"5 w nen me Itoaa
t crest at the rate of six per centum per an-
Sec 4. That the orincinal of aaid WHi I nce graded, it Can be ni Often red on
issued shall be payable as follows, to wit: first mortgage bonds running for 20
fcur thousand dolUrs on the first day oi years, and money sufficient raised to
Aur l. nnp inn wnnd aurhf h A - .
&hi. d fasTuSd" n'Xr X complete theRoad.
first day of Anril of each aneMincr v.r I ihis Koad will be a Bavincr road.
thereafter until ail are paicV . - and of course vou will get your divi
Sec S. That the board nf count cnmmi. Lnl n 1 An aaa l .
of said countv shall iVvTlWt Tr j V T ,WT W
te m.cessary taxes to pa, the priacinal and HSTsT T" Qterest
. i fin ma a rii u
interest of said bonds as the same shall fall
show the deep interest the people of the coun
try have in tne building ot the Yadkin Rail
due. and in the same manner as other taxes Should the County after the Road
IlVd'RiCl1ifCtd 18 completed desire to sell its stock, it
delivered to tha president and board of. di, in toe tow PPv proceeds
rectors of the ysdkinRailroad Company at to the payment of the bonds, which
or before expiration of sixty days from then W"l only be a loan on the part
road. It will, instead' of burdening them.
be the means of putting thousands of dollars
into their pockets. It will by enhancing the
value of farm products, and by building up
a good home market, greatly increase tne
value of lands, encourage our young men to
stay at home, lend a new interest to farming,
and introduce a new era of prosperity. Con
sider the subject well, ye hard-working men
of Rowan, whether you will listen to the de
ceitful .cry of demagogues, and vote down
this greatest opportunity for improving tbe
condition of our good old County ; or whe
ther, you will determine to throw off the
shackles of grinding monopolies, disregard
the falsehoods with which this measure is
misrepresented, and consult your own true
interests by voting for this asked for appro
priation to the xaokia. Kaiuroad.
The money that it takes to grade the
Road will all be spent here at home.
and so we will have more money in
the country, more enterprise, more life,
more prosperity and far better times.
by Orfeer' of tbe
BOARD Or DIRECTORS.
TO YOUNG MEN.
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Addreu the Publishers,
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127 Bowery, Hew Yok; Post Office Box,
April 15 1873. ly.
SAVE LABOR. SAVE TIME BY USING THE
ft will ran lighter. It vill turn your inni better, It will make yon batter crops, It will esf
yOU ie to aery U in order, lima any other Plow you have ever need.
We will furnish yon Point one year for one plow in ordinary land for oaa Dollar,
yon pay yoor black niiih u do Uie ia n rotir old-fashioned Plow ?
Ve have jiist nudo a gn at r d w tion in Trite ?
All ask of yoy u. Try it, and the., if you don't like it bring it back aad year
be refunded to yon.
WE WARRANT EVEBY PLOW.
tfTRONEY & BRO.
8aHshnrr. N. C Ap'U I 175 f
trator's 8 ale of
By virtue of an order of the Probate Court
of Rowan county, I will offer for sale at public
auction at tbe Court House door in the Town
of Salisbury, on Saturday tbe 44th day of July
1070, tne loiiuwicK personal estate, to-wit:
One bond of tee State of North Carolina. No.
532, dated April 1. 1869, nominal value $1 ,000.
Intel est doe from April 1, 1H63. Also three
bondaof the Cobfodarate States, 2 of $1,000
each, and one oi jjw.
C. T. BERNHARDT, Admr. of
Augustus T. Heilig.
Blackmer A Henderson Attorneys,
Salisbury, fc. C.
July l, l&7o-
FEESH TURNIP SEEDS
Jmtt Received a Frcah Supply f
jiarly Whits Flat Dutch. Early Red Top
Yellow Aberdeen and the Yellow Bata Baga,
Biffin J8Lwwi 'JHbBk. Ar-
A BEAUTIFUL HSTALIC GRAVE COTIEIH
la now offered u every one Uivrfctetl in beautify ing and protecting ibe
tijt ir aecess-a relnvre.
They arc uiade in four sixes, with a variety of styles, ranging In price
to $60. according? to siae and at vie. Can be painted any color desired,
galvania4d to suit the taste of purchasers. galvanised plate, containing
inscription parti.-s d iw.J' firiishrd riih each mound free of charge.
THIS rANDSSME DECORATION u
at such pricrr a to pUce it wrtlitn reach of all. We tavits) m
18 ont ren at sncii in n
and puldic geneilly to call .tnd.rxsmii e for tbemselves.
4j. . t a r AC
opcciinen can o urn ai i. a. itawcey wee-
8ailimbmryi If. C.A. 191
Horner and Grave's School,
BILLBORO, If. .
of 1875 epens on the fourth
Monday in July
J iCsaaiotost seat ot
July -m. Pd.
2 To Horse Wagons d