niuKSPA v, sept. 23, im.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICEST.
FOR PRESIDENT : f
WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
- " . QF PtNN-SYLVANIA. j
r . ...
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Forney lays that Garfield h a free trader,
and not the protectionist he pr.ete.pds to be.
XCuax-Zr hf greenback candidate for the
Presidency, h confident of holding his little
squad together. j
i r: A greenback editor at Iaryville,Mo was
Ew and killed on the iiisrtit of the 19th,
, D a w t -
'while sitting near a window in his bed
chamber. cause assigned. Murderer
not yet arrested. . . T
The King's Mountain Celebuation'
draws near. October the 7th' bid fair to
bring together -at King' Mountain one
pf the lageet gatherings ever seen in
North Carolina. T ho "Salisbury Killes
and others, are busy iu their preparations
for the great event. x -
-. MA INK.
The news from Maine this morning, rep
resent both parties as claiming the election.
The question is-therefore still in doubt. ,
The fu.douists'oi Bangor, however, claim
to have carefully figured out the result 85
99 majority for their candidate for Gover
nor, and resolved on celebrating the victory.
By resolution the green buck party will .stand
by the fusion through the Presidential e!ecr
Connecticut votes on the 4th,' Georgia
on the u'th, Wst Virginia, Ohio and Iudi
ana ou the Pith of October. Ohio is the
doubtfud. State -'in this list;. Hayes's ma
jority iu 1676 was 2,747.
G. W. Knapp, ot L'tica,. X. Y., an el
jderly man, who arrived at Niagara Falls
ou Tuesday evening, went to Goat Island
bridrp. and after divesting himself of hat
ivt a w
coat and vest, stood up
which a yoang lady was sitting diw a
revolver, aud after cither firing at him
self or iu the air, plunged into the waters
below. He was not again swn.y
Jakdloiu) axd Tkxvnt Act. j We
notice an extract from an exchange going
the rounds to the effect that the landlord
and tenant act was passed by the Legis
Jature of 1 Sdt5-G7. This is an error. The
features of that law of which Judge Bux
ton and the ttopuldicatis complain so
much are" of- Republican origin. Tliey
ate o bo found in the act ofr lStii-GU.
They were, we believe, imported into
North .Carolina from Ohio by Judge
Tpurgee, aud arc found substantially in
the laws of nearly all the States of the
Union. That the Radicals can fiud noth
ing more to allege against the Democrats
than their own Radical importation from
Ohuf speaks well for our people; -Wilmington
tar. ; -
At .the Republican con vention for Row
an county, recently held, J. M. .UcCorkle,
Esq., was one-of the nominees for 'the
House. He anpeared before the conven
tiou and made a speech, and what was
the staple of it I The road law, the stock
law, the' landlord and tenant a'cj:. Morti
fying indeed to those who hadi light to
expect bejtter things of him. W e are sur
prised that Mr. McCorkle should indulge
in such cheap demagogiiery. fV in an of
his character aud capacity might well
leave such questions- to Iw discussed by
Barringer aiid Buxton and Xoiment and
others whose mind can grasp-poT weighti
er matters. It might reasonably be ex
pected of him that he should discuss issues,
'and not seek to work upon ra$e and class
prejudices by retailing stale clap-trap.
We kiroyv anddike Mr. McCorkle and" we"
are really ashamed for him. Landmark.
Mr. Illainu sent to Garfield a iiielan
chcly dispatch ex plan itory of the result
in Maine. He claims that the-preliminarv
t canvass showed that Davis would h a
vote exceeding '7U,0tt, vhile Plaisred's1
woulifiiot reach 7l.0(i0. But,? snvs Mr.
Iu the four days preceding the election
.we dost over b(H!f) votes by the means
- well known to the .manager of the na
tional Democratic cam paigu, "and which
do uot : call .for further '(specification from
nie. The total cost is variously estiuiii
ted at from -7.,(l0t) to. $1001)00, and
tho tmiix'j all came from beyond the
The plain Knglish of which ; is JJlaine
charges Chairman Uarn tint with coming
in atlhe last aud , unfixing the votes
Blaiuo's friends had fixed. Well( it maybe
( ..so. And .when the resivlt; iu Indiana ns
announced the saiuejLTy will e raised.
The " refrain w ill ba siuig all Ubnig the
line, "Who's hren here while Pse been
gone.'? It ii said that the Democrats are
slill hnsbar liug their resource in Indi
ana, and while the Republicans are spend
ing five thousand .'-dollars a wceK, Mr.
English is getting along with ja paltry
ntieen huhdud. That we will jcome out
all -lighten the home stVetcl Jn that
oiare, as v.cilasXii Oaio, we confident
ly believe and to judge fronp appear
ances, a month later Garfield will dupli
ca te-jlains dispatcls and hi it lachry-inosc-
cin inform hiiu in that tiiit wickei
Bauuuu has boughtviip eiionglg Repuldi
can voters, to gi ye Ohio to the democi acy
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oxnvi. Attornev Gril ir
nan, in t he coy i sp of his speech hei e, pass
f use and excellent lminitra-vH capac-ir-
d- Guv, ,Iai-vt, vhcu he liunbniu-ful
4be'pMTof the bst : vim iwI t;.,. Siat.
....,..,ihm lit 11:11111 ine oillu
fvrv had and on tuciump the- bt; de"ba-1
'fir lie et;r mw.
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IV v- VV JrV IN V V
BT J R.
GEN. WASHINGTON'S VISIT TOSALIS-
The most distinguWl yisitor that Sal w
bary' haVevcr'welwiuj.'ii was Gex. Geouge
Washingtos the President of the United
States. Wishing to -see for himself the
whole country, and no doubt hoping to
"rasp bv the hand -many of the war-worn
Vetei arts 'thai' had "" fdt!Vwfr"on'ifsfanctanT-!n
a bund red marches ami battles, be planned
and accomplished a outlern four in the
Spring of 171)1. Irving in his'life of Wash
rrlgton states that thejwhole tour uras accu
rate! v planned, the plccto be visited, and
the time Je vould reach and leave each
place, before InVleft Mpint Vernon, ahcTthat
he earned out nw pic witw tne aunosi pre
ciioD. not failing a single time. He travel
cd in his family carriage, perhaps the one
tha.t was on. exhibition at the Centennial in
Philadelphia. He passed down from Vir-
iaia through North Carolina, South Caro
lina and'Georgia; neiir tlie coast as, far as
Savarinah,5 and reft rued Ithprngh Augusta,
Columbia, Camden, ; Charlotte, Salisbury,
Siilem, and -so' on to his home. Several in
cidents of this trip are worth recorling.
Upon his afrival at Charleston, it is related
that some one unrollod a bolt of carpeting
on the ground for him to walk upon. Ill
severe republican simjdicity revolted at such
homage paid to a maii. Tie rebuked fhem
for tiieir adulation, linforming thcra that
such tokens of honor were due from man to
Iris Creator alone. He, of course, refused to
walk upon it. Many years after Washing
ton's visit to Camden, the Marquis de La
Fayette, "the Natioifs Guest," paid a visit
to the same town. Th Committee of arrange
ments were anxious to havp every article of
the fniest quality for tlie distinguished
Frenchman. A certain l.ily offered a quilt.
somewhat faded, .as a covering for his bed.
l fle cmnmiiU'C rejeciea u as quite unai ior
soimjwrtant an occasion. Gathering up her
quilt in her arms, the, lady began to retire,
but repeating "with Indignant tones these
words, "-a greater and a better man than La
Fayette slept under ; this quilt." If it was
gx;d cnouiih for Washington, it was good
enough" for General La Fayette." The as
tonished committee would fain have recall
ed their hasty decision, but the' indignant
lady". 'with her precious quilt in her arms,
had -disappeared. ,
As Gen. Washington approached the borders-of
North Carolina, Capt. John Beard,
ofLSalisbury, with the Rowan "Light Horse
Com puny,'' set out for Charlotte to meet
and escort him to Salisbury. As the caval
cade was approaching Salisbury a little in
cident occurred of a pleasing character.
Richard Brandon, Esq., then lived six miles
south west of Salisbury, at the place known
by our ojder citizens as the Stockton place,
now owned by C II. MeKenzie, Esq. The
old buildings stood, rill a few years ago, on
the west side of the road, near a little
meadow, about half-war' between St. Mary's
church, anil Mr. McjhTenzie's present resi
dence. As the party hncayed this place early
in the day, tlie President leing then sixty
years o! and wearaed ' with his journey,
ami knowing too, that a long and fatiguing
reception awaited him in Salisbnrv, be
thought Lin) that a little refrrshment would
strengthen him for his day's work. So .e
drove up to the farmer's door, and called.
A neat and tidy lass bfsotnetwelve or four
teen summers . daughtefof Squire Bran
don ansycred tiie call. The President im
mediately asked whether she could give
hiiu.a breakfast. She replied that she did
not know that all the grown people were
gone to Salisbury to see General Washing
ton. The President kindly assured her that
if she would .get hiua some breakfast,' she
should see General Washington before any
of her people, adding pleasantly, "I am Gen.
V ashiagton.'" The 'breakfast for t hePrts
idnt alone-r-was repared with great alac
rit and the blushing maiden had the plea
sure, uot only of seeing, but of conversing
witli Gen. Washington, as she dispensed to
him her bountiful hospitality.
This iKt'cgiiTs name was Betsy Brandon,
the daughter of Richard Brandon. , Her
mother's maiden nanie was Margaret Locke
the sister of Gen. Matthew Locke, and the
aunt of Judge Francis Locke. A few years
after this ' Betsy Brandon was married to
Francis McGirk I e, Eq., of Rowan, and
si,ie of tlnir descendants still reside in
Rowan, Iredell and Catawba counties. Jas.
M. McCorkle; Esq., of Salisbury nnd Mat
thew Locke McCorkle, Esq., of Newton, are
grandsons of Francis and Betsy McCorkle.
The Brandons came originally from Eng
land, and the L(x-kcs from the North of Ire
land. As Gen. Washington approached Salis
bury on the Concord road, some half a mile
from town, and at a point near where Mr.
Samuel Harrison now lives, he was mcf by
a company of the boys of Salisbury. Each'
of thue boy.H had a bucktail in his hat a
symbol of independence and tiieir appear
ance' was quite neat and attractive. The
President expressed himself much pleased
!y the boys' turnout, paying that it was "the
nicest thing he had Veen.''
The illustrious visitor was of course, the
guest of the Twi't nnd lodging was provid
ed for him at Capt. Edward Yarboro's resi
dence. This house is still standing, on Eat
Mam street, a tew doors east of the public
square, and nearly opposite the entrance of
Meroney's Hall. "The -houe is now marked
bv a -i t of semi circular stoic stos.... Main-
....... ... . , , ,
iae se.pposeu inat v a-inngton Flood oim
those steps and addressed the -people. It is
almost a pity that this is not the truth, lut
the fact is that those stonestcps were placed
there since 1830, bv-Sam Jones who kept a
mtel there. But the President did occunv
that house for a night, and he did stand on
steps whre those teemi-lunar steps now
stand. And as lie stood there the neonle
ro:n all tlie country around - stood backed
in'd -crowded in the street, gazing with rev
erence and admiration at the soldier and
patriot who was "first inlhe hearts of his
onntrymc " And as the" people gazed the
President stood bareheaded, while the after
noon sun illumined his hoary locks. And
this was what he said: "Mv friends. vou see
jefore yon nothing but an old gray headed
man. And lilting his hand with his hand-
Kerchiet he Shielded his head from the
rays ot the sun, in silence That night
there was a grand ball ivfa to the Presi-
Ient-at Hu-diess Hotel attended bv the
imminent gentlemen and ladies of "Salis
bury and vicinity Maxwell Chambers aud
us wile, bpiucc MaCav.Eso... Adlai OsWne.
Esq., Cant. John Beard; Edward Chambers,
Joserur CJiambers, 1 Lewis Beard, Hugh
llorali. Edward Yarboro, Miss Marv Faust.
Mrs. Kelly e.FroMck') Mrs. Iewis Beanl.
Irs. fu'ea,.Mrs. Torrbnce, and many others
whose nanics Are no longer nreserved in a
vanishing tradition.-"; There is still' in th6
cmnty a relic of ii ball brown ra in
dress, worn y . Airs. Lewis Beard the
daughter of John -Dunn, Esq It is" in the
possession ; or JUrs.j.Mary - Locke, grand
daughter of Col. Moses A. Locke, and great
grand daughter or tne tadir who wore If
How far theFathe.rjoJaj5Gjjintr partic
ipaici in ine amusements ana tesiivities o
me occasion, tradition saitli j not. It Was
probably a merejocauaoa for a reception 4n
his part and we mat well iqiaffne that the
old gmy liearled mini? as l.eclaimed to e.
iiUtttrinxl hi sstrtiigth" lv retiring early,
and.tjuts swfyring the axX, needful to fit him
for his next day's journey to Salem. Capt
Beard and his company of Rown Li"ht
Horse' escorted the Presidential party as
A the ' reader has meident ally learned
tlie nataea of few T h,e citizens of SkIis
bury one hundred year ago, it will proba
b!va of some interest J especially to those
of antiuuarwn tastes, to have a list ot the
principal householders pi our city in mosc
early days. Fortunately the Mayor or the
Citv. Caut. John A. lumsav, nas succeeaea
in securing a wimuer oi xiie oiu rtevrus vi
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the 'Borough ot Sabsbun " the earliest
dating back as far as 1787. On tlie 12th of
March of thaLycarvJItrs.JllaxvvcU Chanj-!
bers, Michael Troy, John Steele and John
Blake wert; dulv qualified as.-town; Com
missioners,' and Matthew Troy "as "Justice of
Police. Jas. McEwen jwa elected, Clerk,
and Titos. Anderson, ,Const able. . The re
cords are quite fragmentary, those of sever
al vears teinfr lost. In lvyg the commis
sioners adopted several ordinances..,: One
ordinance forbade the citizens to allow Hieir
hogs or goats to run at large in the streets,
and any person was allowed to kill anjf fiog
or goat so found, and the owner sustained
the loss. Another ordinance forbade the
keeping of any hay, oats, straw or fodder in
dwelling houses. Another ordinance re
quired each house-holder to keep on hand,
for use at fires, a number of leather Water
buckets, holding not less than two gallons
each. And in this connection we have the
first list of the householders of Salisbury,
graded according to the number of buckets
the' were supposed to'be justly required to
furnish. Ast he Chinese Mandarin is grad
ed by the number of buttons, and the Turk
ish Pacha by the number of -tails" he, wore
on his cap, so the Salisbury citizen was
graded by the buckets he was required to
keep on hand. Richmond Pearson was ex
pected to keep four, and Dr. Anthony New
nan three. Tlie following were rated at two
each, viz: Richard Trot rer, Jos. Hughes,
Conrad Brein, Tobias Forrie, Michael Troy.
Andrew Betz, John Patton, Lewis Beard,
Henry Giles, Edw. Yarborough, David Cow
an, Albert Torrence.'Chas. Hunt, W:n. Alex
ander, Max. Chambers, M. Stokes. John
Steele, Wm. Nebit, Peter Fults, and Mich
ael Brown. The following householders
were let off' with one bucket each, viz: Hen
ry Barrett, Robert Cay Matthew Dyniven,
Rich'. 'Dickson, Danl. Cresa. Geo. Lowman,
Jno. Mull, Hugh Horah, Geo. llouver, Chs.
Wood, Fed. Alk'inpngj, David Miller, 3Ir.
Stork, Geo. Moor, Jolui Beanl, Mrs. Beard
(widow), Leonard Grosser, Martin Basinger,
Peter Faust. Jno. Blake, Henry Young, John
Will til, Geo. Kinder', J.ic. Utizaan. Barna
Crvder, Will. Hamptoii, Sand. Dayton and
I. has. Siirote. It seems
tt a subsequent
meeting ot the L ommissioncrs. yiv. icarson.
7 .. T J
at his own rrciuest wiilrcdnccd to the grade
of two buckets, and Dr." Ncwnaii. Feter
Fults, and Evan Alexander to the grade of
one ba: ket. These Cohimissiuccrs enacted
stringent laws 'against- "Buret Fining"
whatever that v as llbrse racing, and re
tailing liquois on'th.e strc. ts. The taxes for
171.'J were four shiUings (OOctsji on every
Hundred pounds (!?2-0.00 value of town
property, and four shillings (."30cts) on even
white o!l that did not hold one hundred
pounds value of town property. It was cer
tainly not muc h of a privi!cgeto be a poor
man in Salisbury, in thJse days.
According to the above list there ere fif
ty householders in Salisbury in 1 7 i? It
has been u?uai to estjiiuite an average ol
five inhabitants to each1 family.' This would
make a population of tko hundred and fif
ty. But besides these white families, there
were a few families ot
as the household scrv
free negriics a well
nils in the various
ber of ordinaries.
There were also a Hum
or Village inns, in the
Borough, with their attendants and board
ers. From these sources we may suppose
there might be countcdl probably one hun
dred and fifty or two himdred more, 'mak
ing a toLal population pf four hundred, or
four hundred and fifty in Salisbury at the
close of the last century. )
About the close of the revolutionary war,
in 1 7S"2, the records of 1 he Interior .Court
show the' following licensed Ordinary keep
ers in Salisbury, viz: David Woodson, Val
entine Beard, Archibald Kerr, Gasper Kin
der, Will. Brandon, and Joseph Hughes. In
those days the Inferior Courts fixed the tav
ern rates. The following are the rates for
J782: For a half pint r f rum Is. 4d, do. of
whiskey 8d., k., ot Brandy Is., one qrt. ol
Beer 8d.. for brcaktast Is., for dinner Is. (id.,
for supper Is. for a quart of corn 2d., for hay
or -blades per day for a horse Is , foa lodging
per night (rd. A- shilling was 12 cents.
According to these rates, a dinner, supper,
b e k'ast and lodging, not including &n
spirits or lnHseJecd. would amount to the
mm of fifty cents. And speaking of money,
we notice that the commissioners begii.
about 1709, to speak jabout dollars and
fourths of a dollar, instead of pounds, shil
lings and pence, indicating the substitution
of the Federal Currency for the sterling.
About this time an oi dinace was adopted
disallowing sheep to ruin at large in Salis
bury between eight in tic evening and sun
rise in the morning.,. The game j'.ear an "or
der" is directed to be -published in the
'Mercury,'' thus indicating that a paper ol
that name was published in town. The lo
cation and the size of a market house en
gaged the attention of the commissioners
for several year.. At different times it was
ordered to be built on three different aides
of fie court 1 o tse. In 1803 it was or
dered to be erected on Cor ban street south
west of the court house between the court
hous and the next cross street; to Imj 32
feet wide, and to be tet; on eight or more
brick pillars. In lcO- tlie commissioners
resolved to issue forty-two pounds and ten
shillings in bills of credit, and employed
'"Vancs Coupee to print the bills. In 1806
they required every dog to be registered,
and allowing every family to keep one dog
free of tax, laid a tax of one dollar on each
surplus dog. Provided a dog should le-
onie mischievous, the magistrate ot police
was to issue a warrant
igninst him, and the
constable was to kill him. None of these
!tvs tiowever, were to apply to flogs 4coiu-
monlv called foists or lap dogs.'V
In 1811 the following citizens were divul-
cd into classes fof the purpose of patrol
mg the town :
1. Samuel S. Sava
cre. captain; 1'eter
Jrown. John Murphy,
Iuie, John Trisebre,
ilzra AlU'iuontr. Jas.
acob Smothers and
Win. Hinlr. ! '5
2. Geo. Miller, captaijn: Jfihn Utzman, Jno
Wood. John Smith. John Unmer, Christian
Tarr and Horace 13. Saltern bite.
C. Moses A. Lock, captain; Jno. Faris,
Henry Crider, Aimer Caldwell. Wm. Moore,
Qeor'ie Rufty, and Henry Poole.
. 4. Jacob Crider, captain ; Jos. Chambers,
Peter Hettz. Edwin J. i)slwrne,Hujih Horah,
Archibald Rurnn and Samuel Lenny, .
o. John. .Smith, (I utter) captain; , Ijvis
Utzman, Geprge Utzii an, Robt. Blackwell,
Edds Holland. Behj. Tores and Peter Crider.
s u. iic.iiy oitiui ci , k, j pi hi 11 , . i mi li-
man,Danl, Jacoijs; Alir(aham lirowiv Andrew
Kerr. Epps RoLison. William Horah
; 7. Rolxirt Torrenrel captain; Alex. .Gra
ham, Michael Brown, Horace B. Pre wit,
George Goodman, James Wilson, Robert
Wood. " ' .
i 8. WTm. Hanapton.captain; Jno.'Alljright,
Willie Yarloro. Jacob Stirewalt,-Jno. L.
Henderson, Jna Fultim, and Win. C. Lore.
t 9. Wmj H. Brandon, captain; Benj. Pear
son, Michael Swifik.FrancisMarshall.Joshua
jGay. Aliraham E:rnh trt. Jno. Giles.
10. Danl Crtwj, c tain; A!rahni Jacol,
Peter Cobble, Ge. J3ettz, Wbi. Dickson,
David Nesbit, Stephen L. Ferrand. ''
' IX. Thos. L. Cowar. captain; Jos. Wesat,
Ja.3. Gillespie, Wm. Pinkston, Francis Con-
pee, Wm. Howe and WfflrDayenpofns."-
12. Francis Todd, captain, Thos. Reeves,
Jeremiah Brown, JIenrrOllendbrf. Henry
Allemong, Geo. Voglcf, audi CJias. Biles.
These were the- hl ttodird1 mrn nf Salia.
Imrv in CO ora nun I i ""
A white man named Wm. Parker, and a
negro; are in jail at Washington:, 2. C, on
Ithe charge nf killjog Gen. BryanjGrimeaT ?
McCubbins, .Eeall & Co.,
Have rempved from No. 1 to No. 2 Mur
phys Granite Row, where they are opening a
large and well neleeied Mock of Fall and Win
ter goods eonidstinj: uf Dry Goods, Grocerieo,
Notion, Leather, Hats and Cai", Boots nd
Shoes; Qneensware, Clothing, Cotton b:ing
& Tiee, &C. They are Agents for it hu sale of
the best French Bur, BoitinK Clot lis and Eu
reka Smut Machines. Don't fail to call on
WHEAT FEPJELIEIR !
Call on Mcnubbirw", Bead & Co, for the beM.
Wheat Fertilizers in ue.
000 brhf Is of extra clean
sale. Call on
Seed Wheat fur
McCubbins, Deal! & Co.
Sept, 6, 1880. 24: ly
A 11 E DAILY ARRIVI N G.
ilTWii have everv thin" von
JUXD.SOMEST A Xp
EST SELECTED STOCK
THAT WE II A YE EYEll OFFEUED.
Sept. 83, 1C60. 23:1 v
My fiieiids and the public are respect
fully informed that 1 have 'removed from
''Watchman" liAiiblin, on Fisher street,
to the .Store of Mr. Thos. II. VusiJerford,
on Inuis street, where I ani prepared to
furnish them with anything in the
Harness and Saddle Business
of Home Make; and can supply the mar
ket with Northern .Machine work at New
York prices, with freight added. The
public will find it to their Own i merest to
uive tne a call before purchsisiug else
where, lor 1 inn determined to sell my
oIh at iiock Ibittom Prices.
Thanking all for their part patronage,
! sliall spare no pains to inerit a conUn
uauce of their custom in the future.
W. E. POLAND.
Sept. lo, 1SS0. 4S:tf
The uii;lersiiined oirers for sale hjifl valuable
plantation itii.iUl on the wutetH of Kerr
Creek,, near Tlv:iiira Cliiii'cl) in Kuwan i cnn
ty, ct nt.-i 11 i rp n'tout three bunlrel aer a of
and. of wi.icti (10 nereis are fin- b.tt -ro, ii cul
tivation. On this triict is imk1 dwelling iuut
nnd all ncrcr::rv lu vih .- am! buiUiiii-s i f
everv 'description. A lo a lot situated on the
Crois Kotidif wi liin o; e-foui th of a mile of the
lw lijiig. iiiK i) ii( h i a kmi house and erer-fl
and sorghum mill wjili . par.it complete,
and on the name I(;t is a co'od well of water.
He afso ,(H r to jifJI a good Uockeve mower
nd wheat drill. JAMES SCOTT.
-Sept.. 15 1 880. 4:6w pif.
OF OEAL ESTATE
y virtue of a Mortgage or Deed ol Trust
executed bv Thomas J. Crawford to R.
R. Crawford, dated the 1st day of July,18G8,
and registered in the otiicu of the Register
of Deeds for Rowan County, in Book No.
44, page 35, and upon which default has
been made, I will expose for sale at public
auction, at the Court House floor in the
town of Salisbury on the 2nd day of Oct.
1880, at 11 o'clock, A. M. the following real
estate, to wit .
An undivided one-fitth part in 739 acres
of land,; known as the plantation belonging
To the heirs of Col Wm. II. Crawford, ad-
joiuing the lands of Asa Riblin, the late Jno.
Shuman, Jr. and others. R. R. Crawford.
No.48. Sept. Gth, 1880. Trustee.
NORTH CAROLINA,? In t,eSuiK
Kowan County, $ nor court.
P. M. Guotbnau and olherH ) i
Sarah Goodman and otherc. j I Klit.
Pktition to Divii'E Land.
Upon the affidavit of Plaintiff, it is ordered
by the Court that publication be made in the
'Carolina Watchman" for aixsuccewtive weeks
notifying John EUef. James C. Eller, Mary
P. Eller and Grant Efler, defendante, who aie
non-residenta of this State and who reside at
New Grand Chain, Pulaski Coutiiv, HJnoi,
to artear at the'office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Conrt, for the Countyof Rowan on the
29th, day of October, 1880, and answer the
thecomidaint, a copy of which .will be depos
ited in the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of paid County, wilhirif ten' days from
the date of this summons, aiidj let them take
notice that if they fail t6 answer the said com
plaint within that time, the Plaintiff will ap
nlt to the Court 'for .the' relief ''demanded in
the complaint. ": '
Given uuders my hand thia $th day of Sept.
18S0. J. M. iiORAn, u.. v.
1 it in mi
What docs judge Buxton g;ty almut thej
abases and corruptions .that -rau.iriot in
Kortb Carolina when his party was in!
pW TtAml what docs 1 say, now. but,
tlW Hirohipetent negroes should Ijc elec
ogtrateaud should govern the;
eastern counties, whose people tliey have;
already neatly brought) t& ruiu?- Wil:
Avslnabla Discovery nrd ?'ew Departure ?n MJ.
IciU Bctonce, an catlrciy Ivoh- a -ij positively e ie-tive
liomcdyfor t bo t-jf-edy sirid peri:'nent Cure of Serai
rial Emissions ind lu.potcr.ty by tl:e ouly true
way, via: Direct Aptiic-iticn t t the princiiilSit'it
of the Deacs, tctin b7 Abusrption, and exert leg
Ita specific ioflut nee oa tbs Sk.-miria.l Vesic'ea, Ejic
ulatoiy Ducts, Proswto C'.;.c'i. and Vi ttt-ra. TL-3
ess of the Remedy 1 r.tten;ie 1 r. ilfi no psiin or inron
Tonienca, and iwi not imc-rfpr-j wilb the crdiaary
pumuitaof Ko; it is tjui-'iJy disrolred and ooa cli
orbed, prodacinsf arj Lumdiat) soot Lin tr and restor
ative efTfcct uy.n to exu:vi c;: 1 rtmi a oriranira
tiocs wrvt(?d irora Rc!f-a!m.ie r 1 e xccsm sroppir?
the drain from tiio rysism, I .orins; ti o mind to
health and Found memory, re.iioviaK ttio rimncsa
cf Bight, K&rvous De'oihty, Cc.r?fu:'icu of Ideas,
Ave re ion to 6ocitty,etc.,ctc., sr.d t;s tr;aran.a
of preiaature old asra nfa .:;-.- sc.OL3pftuiiig: tbis
tronble,and retorlnc rrltct. t!. :: ual V itiur, Thr
it Iihb boea darmcat forj-xrirf. 'i bis movie ot treat
mcnt be. stood the tCut la v : - p-ver ca.s, and is
cow a prooo'iacsd success, a : ."scretoornnce pr'v
fccribea In th!"8i troubJ-js, tn 1. many can Ixjsr wit
ness to, with bat litt leif nr .sr:cam r.trood. Thera
is nojionaenoaboi:t tliUtrep.u-aiira. ractcal ct
ervatioa PO'tblce to ro7-ii'. '.y f;u.-rf.r.t that it
will jrivw satUfactiun. I'urir. th vUM jeurs tbit
it baa been in ceii?rcltks it hou'-ami- nf te?U
cvoniale to ft valne. rad it i c- c-a-M-led i.-- tne
Medical trnfesaioa toh tae ri.t ';! .or.t.1 jmj.r.- jeo
4iacoTc-red of rai !dnt 6-.U cr: ii try v.' .r.6
trouble, that it noil -known t.- 1 I." c:t-iwoi ut.t-!d
misery to so ruanv, "nd "--c '' zr r-iicl"! imy wilSi
is p-t up :n t txnevc.-f i -to
Uit 51 niontc.) SS; If ui2
rniae-t euro, cr.'cii ic. :.;. f
(listing Pvr thre rao-' '3, v :U
reetoro vL.r la t'ao .ru c-u ; .
-f,t u pl:'ec? ;-or-
'.-,) Cr; Kg. a.
i"f i) o;1.!: sioa.s ;i"d
1 & 7. s t y mad.
eraled.in i.-laia t. rap!'ra. i't'il J
nti . -fiv- trt'f .'. -...If 1 1,
t'tf inst n.'cfititrtii hnf i .'!- tun .ve
-'Mfo.l f .1 it .-"f .f atMt. ai:n it?- a
ted. fofihe tftttiei: t 1 7 ,rj an if J
arr-c r-:cr.it".DV co.
fc:arkct3rsd C;h Sis. t. L
ETA A n-ti!J ccmylvle till 'Mi TOHFUIMa,
coiituuhif ChajMr on A on 'i n ;:i3:.-
U .r If-. 1 ... C.t - - i,-. ai- I v - t- '. - -r-
M. Or r. f Ur-. .-I .-iv-U. 1. i- V.t,..-- 1 h-
1: i o a "Private KcdleM -Ariri ier nn -e re-
t-'t.Bf irofii imtiutr s'X-tli as- C::if.ri. . if-sb:.' l?
ft V iLm KkM I an -1-- ' k. 1 katlU :Ut fUt Lxrril
HuThkt. bM aMlfd ' i I
. r . ... ih. m-rrreE i M i tw
, t'K-f wUl item aw-.U.t( t umi mAt
3ALE BY ALL
V. HE A
HUM t J H m H V r tJ '
Vfe again offer this jirt-rlaM FrrtiUzer to Wheat Grower?, a being in all respects,
worth" of their patr.na're It has stood the test for lirdre year's use anions us and lilts
been brought to its present ad.nirable eonlition only bv tins liberal expenditure of labor
and moacy in a continuous effort to improve. Its-standard and uniformity are guaran
teed. The result of its application to the wheat crop for the past twelve years has proved it
to Ik- e.jual to anv fertilizer ever sold in the United States. During this time thousands
of tons of it have been used by the farmers of Virginia and North Carolina with highly
We recommend it because :
It is rich in Soluble Phosphate and Ammonia.
It afford a constant supply ot plant food. -
It contains no inert matter. -
It insures a stand of grass or clover.
It is an improver and renovator of worn out lands.
It is line, dry. and in the best condition for drilling.
It contains an amide ouantitv of all the elements necessary to make wheat, and a large
surplus which w ill show itself upon the
It is nrenarwl from the iost anu most
thorough manner, and under our personal
Its standard and uniformity are guaranteed.
Whatever may be the merits of other fertilizers, jjo one ran go wrong in using one
which is so well made, is so fully guaranteed, and has been so long and so thoroughly
We reaomraend the application ot from XOO to QOO pounds per acre drilled la with tbewheat
If practicable. If the drill Is not used, tne lana
clods, and the wheat and umo harrowod in, ronowing witn tne rouer. mm mixrs tne manure with
soil, and keeps it near the surface Just where the
land ploughed but not harrowed, much of the guano goes down In the opening between the furrow slices,
and does little or no good. ATiTiISON c3 ADDISONi
Manufacturers and Proprietor of the "Star Brand" Complete Manures,
r For Sala' hr J. AII2T1 2rawn. Aysnt. Salhbiry, "Watts & Lonff. StatesrviUe. J. P.
McLsan & Cc, Mooresvills, C. P. LowaLoSncton, Hiasliaw Brcs., WiastonTard
by Agents at all topcrtant pemts in
"AsheviHe's Girl of The West'
! "Sitting Buirrcteiveil totkvy. My a-
jsnrtmtit of tine and - common Cigara fo
;th Wholesale and Ketail traue ia tue
iiuost complete in town. -
CI OA RETTES Chewing Tobacco in
great varieties. ' ; ' ' '
' hailb.oad stock i
I will st'll at th Conit Ilonae door, frr
'Salisbury, at 12 oVlKk, m., on Saturday,
Ilth day of September next, 8 Shares of
North Carolina Uailroad Stock, belonging
40 the estate of William Heathman, decM.
II C B3ST. A.bu'r de rnmi non
A us.'. 14, ISO.
of Wm. llealliuian.
crtgage Deeds for sale here
.Vl-:" v iriotm other blans.
B.C. BIBB & SON
Manufacture a desirable line of Heating
Cooking Stoves, including the renowned.
The moat perfect in operation, ttreU-ro In
appearance, and un equaled for durability. Do
not buy until you have seen it.
clover and grass, and in the improvement ot the
approved materials, in tne most caretul .and
snouw ptounca ana narrorta untu one ana free
roots of tr.e w heat will nnd it easiest. When sowed
. v., ilia va, tasa.
Horth Carolina College
Mt, Pleasaxt, Cabrrua County X. rj
The next session of thU-IoRtitnfin i
gina tlie firstMonday of August, liUQ
Instruction id thorough, and the- to' 1
expenses for ten months average r
$125 to $100. - For farther iforma&
addresf L A. Bikle D.D.rp,S '
PIANOS & ORGANsf
Special Olfor, Fall ig's'o
Cash Prices. wiilV Three
Months' Credit, riv.
riano). nu vrgaiw "coming, Lcqming, Kia
e0atrog,, by erery iHeamer, -tearaer i0fiT
our mamruoth, Kew Double Store (tK) feVfr
four etoriei hieh). f;otn cellar io u. j "n.
yj the .tradeoft he South, Jut Hos n,H
irl v !t nt ,vnti fulfil mMu uru U 1,.. J : t..
Organ rtKirui facturers. ew Stv IfSj Ntw Iru
New Term for "fdl trade I85O. Special
fer'd to Cash Bayersburing momi.sof VJ"
giwt, September nnd Oelubcr, we will sell t
Lowest Cash Prices, payable $2 ba-l, on p
anosor$10cash on (JrgVni., with balani"
three months without in-it-rest. fW p;"J r
$16.V SI90.237. Awtlruin's t. lV?
- ' -" "" imuiijl l'lan.. .-j
a-Sto, $59. Selections f.ft:, 10 mikmwS
65 different ftylcs. LoWMt i.rictsin
ca. Onarantew? instriiments, 15 rlsts'- irij
Every inducenieiit liint any rep(,Kij'ie laiy
eaa offer on staudurd itistrniuenls. .,.1 r
Fall 180 Special OHer-. .Affdrn, '
Ludden & Bates' Snthera Htnii
V.O ' ,HU l'4if Vjf
Wesleyan Female Instiiute
STAUNTOX, VIUGLVIA. '
Oimmis Its 31 fat Sess'mn September o0d,
Among trit- liist Schools t.,r vr.,tnJ
ladies in tho United States, ('linustf n
snrji.issedT Surroii.iidiug4 leautiful. pa.
pnis 1 com wvtiiieen Mates. Amouy ,
lowest terms in the Uii'hih.
Course. l,:iin , r n m il, tii li Lulf .f il.
ScholaMie vestr .. .7...... sills
extms verv Itiw
Key. Wm. A
II A Kills, D.D, prw.,
J 4 5I3fiS M. -G iiAl,-
gittorivfii auii (Lcunstilor at Vam,
THE BUfLDIXG ADJ01NIX; T11E COUKTIiOfSL
Owners of (JoM MluPr Land ami fiim r? t.uti.
coianiuiilcatUn. - - -
All Altaian Interests mct-t pnnnpt.ut.eaiija. -Noies,
Estates, and all matters or Adaifafstntfori iaa
Executors, Ac. st'ttTecl
Land and ail otlu.'r tltlos carefully iDveMlgatfl
R3AL ESTATE A;:.NCY. Lumli, in Hr,.,
and a;lj jlaiaj counties tMUj,at and
Coiauninltloa solicited with ibu Ueslrlnp ta
buy or .sell. .
Ani:iem';noj maae 10 purcur.se fJiean mnditi
Klorldi. I'ex.is .111,1 -iikiaf.i.i ; wrl Unvnu
tlie proiiiisJ Land).
Iuds for sale-In Illinois and aloug'the Jantt -rtv.e-r
la Virgiuiiu -
P.-trtter. (U'.ilrln;; To 'aim, orrmnf to. NorttiCarolin -I'urnlshed
vvlt.li a(?:e.is.u lnti.riiiiHt-Hi.
'VT 1 I n n I . 1 .n... .. n t ... .1 i .1 .
dneottlif .d.lcxsn ;ia.t SarUntmry Killntud. (TLb'
road must bl; aulir whetuer Anoh, siau-y and Row
an counties receive ot.i -i ll- .ltd or not. 'lhepmsmi
if the d iv aud tlie a-v .ikenlng enenrti'K o( tlie pro
pie of thee coaotleMh-uiand and mux have It.
Arraajrcfuents beln i-rfcv-ted to put lownlilsla
Salisbury. and at-other points tn'markct.
r.s. . fiiaTk'et ready ior ski il! di-.iTrable firmi.
.r"v'all -it onice, or addi- .-s i.M k nox 390.
aTMT Or llOiTTtl 8AR0LIH1
Dsvio Conaty: In Saj ei ior Court.
"V in . T. Barnes and wife .i;irv
A., Thus. t. lluia-r aim wile . 1'itition to
I Aiv y J., a ful otiier., I'ltHht'j. j -
ijios. II. De;tirii:ui, Sam'I
Deailnuui and vie!lar: ('
I heirs ..i- l.iw of Wil-Mpili
I, -..I HI d. v'd,
1 . ' i . - -..e
ilfi'! . tt:;tl I l: - ;
u : ) i.-ii S i Vimve i
i tins i.. d can i.
e :'-!. i . - i .-r.-dj U ,
n'..-'iaj st'.'' j ijs.-ljtii :n
oiilvidj. stiii tit-ii-i ; i : - i
. . .... .: .r 1 mrt-
; i i .,,),, I'll pi
1. 1 ..I. igti.ee,'
,n tlie H'arolini
ii -uliliurv, N.
1" : I'iJlUl1 d of
;ri r of ii
ii m il . oi Sepleic
, ' ;.ll I'il'b
VV I i I
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ice I ! -. It rK -l " Ik:
jimtv oil r ' i-i- tie
r- ;s'0 , ' . r
,-iae. wiii lind h -ri
il VI V
i v ,1!
it. t .
li r i 'ii in v
-tH!e, ail p'Tsons
t lire Kriry
lotlued to nirtkf -:irlv ;i men!.
.-i .viik.- .'l-.ik,u ....jSiici il.. k-mp nre rt-ip1'
o prent them h.r p.ivnniiit within, J1'
iiiniiilm from lids ihe 1st dny of July, 1
tlii noti. e wilt he plead in bar of remfj.
MARTHA C. M K?.
Julv I, 18S0, .AiImii"tfMriX
Money Saved Bv ExaminiBg
I SLTcra OTin Woll RAlAfltfid Stock rf
Jnst Head a few' lines and jddge
uaiaiice ot our mock accoiuiugir
Lawns, Piques, andPercals at ic. Ttr,
Thousand yar la of Oood Callco,-boup!i h
mat we offer at ts cus. A Full assorwaw-
A complete stock of Shoes at old pJn
Men's Hats from 12 H cu up. A Full Assnru"1
Shins at last year's pnc.es.
Can sell a Mairt Co.u for 50 cents. h"Zjlntt
kinds of COFFEES, rrcm ,'itS0,isei
Mocha. Elpht varietle' of SyrupsTtnd ojTi
ry cheap. A jrood assortment of SUC
as can be had In the place. Twelve kinds w
cnnwiwa tobacco. t
Cheapest to the beat to behad In T.BflS
Halt, leather. Meats Crockery, Potatoes
many articles not herein mentioned -ufi,M
XV buy aad sell all kinks of Xuntry
will pay good prices lor IMed rruita
May S, lsi).Bd