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THt$HfAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890,
T&f, iT.-it of January.
,ffbripHon priced the ITale
Hbens follows: '
fear, paid in advance, - 1.50
1f TniTrant delnyed 3 montln.OO
j h I payment delayed 12 months 2 5Q
Thiyirs. W. S. Ncgna haveietnrn
jeret Jf lutU & Kendlemiin.
jjr jj.G.T.vwhi, of the Yadkin Mining
c lU moved his family- to this place.
1 rhiJnlMtra 11 vve" Mt Jtsterday for
"Parian jCoHe. icli lie will enter a
1 1 jrjje; crowd- gathered in the city
j , uhtliiy, and ahout one third f them
,tio!Robiiis.ou'i. It was a good busi-
ufgsa.V f'' lie merchants. The iU
wfveijjuually well hehiived
At the Opera Hall To-night, Willonsh-
bj Ileade, the great Iiumoiist and orator,
Will give one of his entertainments. They
are spoken of by the Press all orer 'the
laud, as being the best and most enjoya
ble entertainment of the kind ever pro-
dnced. " J.: .
Don't fai to turn pat all classes
can enjoy a funny thing, aud can lattgh
at a liuworoua tiling, lie gets avvay.vnth
Sol Smith Russell on facial delineations
and will make you laugh iu spite of
yourself. I .
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HOW THE 3IATTEU STANDS.
GOLD MINUS IS KOWAX.
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t t Iei lliii c ocu aim uuii v.mu
Mrl Theo. l Kluttz ij.ade a short
jjrif.w iatid introduced Dr. Worth, State
Treaiiifr-! U was followed by t .!. L. L.
jftilkjlbfll ! V Arudiald, and Coh Jno.
l,pjjrli i a"!ai;ity man. When a show-.
I ri caK' up latt: Tueat.a evening,' lie or-
j Jrcd-ln hien to takedown tlie show tent,
ami wlien the expectant youth, wtth h:s
jnyfuj hi reached the place, where the
j. ,l)0w Masi to be, that expectatit individ
ual ml d tlUt joyful lass wore look soine-
'wltaf Lihfalive. of ' 'disappointment. As
thff iftotHlv- trouehed neatii a Hinall um-
"Irellil oii f moist lmuk of-the circuit
jjii kW j pensively Raid : "Did'nt they
unn)iii k, Jolin V 1
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I "CltM Sai.lv Dii.laiukw Any ne
Juviiig this story where they can iay their
Wiidil -oiiut, will oLIige a native North
! Carol in U i now resit hut iu Keutuck.V,
i wliu iiiiiti it reprodircvd in Xiv Watch-
1 mn tflr (lie henetit tif some friends arouud
Jiim. I It i4 somev here in our files but it
wouhl retire much time to find it. Hence
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I Litle 5joliiinv,"son of II. J. IMess, met
' i with a Mirre. accident last wrcfc His
fatbcr was inow-iug a meliUow with a
mowing iiia Iiine, ami . Johnny happened
to Ik iu the. war. Uefore' the machine
could ';Im! stopped the littlo Imv ftKt was
b;wlly;cut-f-several toes twiitg amputated
at a (nike. ltisiuit )ossil.lc that the !
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lg wljj hiive to come off.
la fjni lbt Examiner, we find the fo'
lriii: "jVe know tin- upht in the-couu-;
ty U lltf et'U u;md Democrats, ami u
only: Jappl'al To their .ieas.ni ami not to
.-tlifir prejudices as otiiers bave ' do:ic."'
"We nly iwihh to calf attention to the
; act oj tht admission, that the divide is
j Wtwtien good leuiMciats. Thin is not, at
4, iu keeping wiUi tlie spirit of sonic
.1 . . -. . '
liliani's friends; fr the kuj
ayu'int r ha v- -vvu cjt'ly
i . . . . .
Jiw toifis-istiiiaiiiy ao!tse:I is "eSicn'.WH to
Dfrnoi-r.l'' ly wtH of Jit si in r' tiiought
lfw ijiuil jhoiiihastic admirers. We are
tfiad tu sJe that liit is uliing in theright
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x acts are not so easily overcome, as
Home people tteem to imagine ; and when
one f ill adniiVtiie truth of a certain fact,
Ui.,.l l.i. mi, ...1 ...1 I r 1
" ,,ul' '"ri'Hwithstandinjr -Yankee
to refine sucn an aumissiou, then, it l i:
umuiiig iiicre man proper lor mat person 1
tt witlidraw all claims to fairness ami be
brave enough to say plainly: I am Con
vinced, but I won't admit it. Now, my
one who will read the 'Examiner lengthy
and lalioreU rejoinder to our editorial ou
the Instructions, which appeared iu lour
paper of the 9th,, will readily see thatjthis
is precisely the position in which itjhas
placed itself. v j
TJe Examiner well knows that if j the
votes for'sheiiff, as cast by the delegktes
in the county convention had all been
counted, Waggoner would have been ninu
inatcjd on eijther the first, second or, third
baUids. 'fliii-, we presume, itcannotde
ny. It dois not dei y that one delegate
has a legal.. right to cast his- vote afc he
p!eaf-l, and that there was no power (hat
could prevent him from doing o. Th'i),
pray; where, was the legal power (hat.
could -prevent the four delegates from Mt.
UHa, the four from Locke, tlie. five from
Litalier, and ihe five from Gold Hill, Irom
casting their voTes as they pleased. We
say, consistency demand., that if this
privilege is conceded to oim it must he
allowed to eighteen from the above-naiiied
townships. Therefore that convention,
on its first, second and third ballots for
sheriil', legally nominated C. F. Waggon
er, and ihv-ExamiiH-r and nobody else bin
get around that fact. I
As regard snTr version of -the Instruc
tions ye again assert that the irifcA)unn !
is coriect, and that the Examiner is very
far from disproving our position. In! its
"'isdom it defies the Executive Co:ntnittee
to put an" other construction upon tlieni
than iti manufacture popular vote theory.
Whywhn. it goes to talking about otier
folk's, absiwli ties, w cannot but womler,
what must he its opinion of itself! Aiid
when we aver that-' the State Executive
Committee placel the same interpretation
upon those Instructions as we, it is high
ly probable that this Committee will also
be told that it is also laboring uuder some
grxat;-halIueiiiatiou. In other words, bo
bod vl riot even" the framers of the iustruc
tiuis'thciiiselves, know how to read ;ud
interpret the ''ambiguous and iudisfiujet"
document, except t he-gift cd and learned
edittr of the Examiner.
The popular vote idea,. as advanced; ba
ilie opposition to Mr. Waggoner1. claim,
is most certainlv incorrect. It cannot le.
substantiated ; for the Examiner has made
an aide effort to do so, but has utterly
failed. It seems to have overlooked .the
fact that its futile nttempts-at sneering
down an argument simply amounts to! an
evasion, and (Iiks not b'v any means an
ul in any degree the strength of the facts
set forth. j
We hare teen obliged, for lack of room time, and with less risk than the former.
to omit several communications sent us from Many (tersoue novr living can remember
different part of the county on the sheriff j the first steamboat brought amongst; us,
u i i- ' V . I that previous to that time our transimrt
question. We hare looked over them and ? r lJotb aud pu
find no new facts brought out. One, corrc- j along our great rivers, was by slow.clom-
spondent thinks, that 3Ir. Bingbam, after jy pole boats. Look from U hem to ur
using the office of Countf Commissioner to' Kreat floatiS palaces. I well remember
v. v. vj. t ukiosou s grapuic uescripttou
to me of his taking the first team boat up
the Savaouah river to Angusta, Ga.t aud
how the extieriment was la itched at us au
absurdity, aud in' every way opposed.
1 he trial, however, satisfied lini of itsfu-
ture success, and he sdd out every boat &
piece of proerty he bad and invested tlie
proceeds iu a steamboat coinpatiy, while
his father-in-law, a Frenchman, protest
ed, thinking lie had gone deranged. It was
the making of Wilkinson s fortune, aud
years afterwards, w hile lie? was elliug
out stock for fifteen times the amount it
iiad cost him, his father-in-law was buy
ing it iu at ihMe advanced prices.
Mauy North Carolina citizens can well
remember when we had to pay 25 ceuts
tor a letter from New Yrk, and it
would take a wtek for it toj reach Salis
bury. Now w.e can have itj brongfit in a
diy for three cents. Some "well leinem
oer the LIx press put on between Xew York
and New Oi leans daring Post Master tieu-i-ral
Poinsett's time. Liglit despatches
were carrietlmi horseback, n relay of
horses being established every six miles
throughout the line. Now a despatch
can le ent through in fewer inimUes than
it then took days, and at a less cost, al
though tue charge is still higher than it
ought to be. While our country has been
making rapid stiides.iu the way of im
provement, Itritiau has not been stand
ing still, and amongst her improvements
none are more important than the great
facilities given by llnilronds for travel
ami trade. I well reuieuilfcer when the
iirst train was run between Liverpool and
iiei miugham, when crowds assembled to
,-aze with astonishment at itsperfoi malice,
.i!il Mr. 11 uskisson, President of the Hoard
d i'rade, thinking he could sli;i out of its
wn as he could a stage coach when it ap
proaciied. was killed. It is (rue Stephen
son's locomotive was run with passenger
cars attached nuashoit line betwi-en
Darlington and Stockton in 1S25, but the
opening of the Liverpool and Itermiug
iiam line may be nid t be the beginning
ot the gieat Kailroad traffic.'
Yesterday 1 dined with an old Loudon
hunt and in course ot conversation
i i . i ' - . : .' , .
prooxte himself for sheriff, ought,for decency
sake, to resign his office as commission t.
James M. Gray." Esq., delivered an exceP
lent speech at Milledgeville, Montgomery
county, Saturday afternoon last. The dem
ocrats of Eldorado township met there at
that time'to organize a Hancock arid Jarvis
club, and pressed Mr. Gray into service for
a speech. There is a lirely'interest taken in
the present contest In the people of Eldo
rado, and e confidently expect to hear a
good report from the entire country, not-
Davis" is fairl?
to hold the people to
the support of Garfield.
We acknowledge with much pleasure
courtesies from Mr. V. Mauney and family,
and from Mr. Dunn, and Mr. McAllister and
family 'during our brief visit to MiTkdge-ville.
1. Kluttz, DeiioK iatic Elec
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? congresMo.ial tlisti ict, . return -
tto i a tour of Ashe
'''po.its a go t.J attendance
j teifugs, m, i verymuch
w-oinr .it4he pripect .in thoe west
tu cqiuy .-s. He i h i n k s t h a t a t t h is- elec-
JioiiwiIKm poiied ;h large, if not a larger
aiuji, v..i- il.an has t.een polled for
J !. lUi i d.i.g good work for the
fw KiB-s. V
'-t theVrinorv of
i:h ciai i tariinient c7in-
flifalfj'il. Uuiaciallv a sacces. ir nn-
uliHly was a success otherwise. The
of Mist Pui',1- V 1t,t,JVna.
liit'l Shit tw tl.iiLt.f
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kii:u.st - and diamatif vtr
recite.l tTJui JJattla of
lV. s 4 1 .i.f l1..,,,,.! ti .ir
'Vhtew must not rinir to-niht"
Fvu,iait:.s! i.t l is
p - . i
Ami .1.'. 1 . - -
,l - H "" Stoiy." She was
,,r0,:Ulf;lost.ssed and easy-in her
nue. S3he studied elocution under
-.i ; r-'.T"" t. .uis. z,. i. ,iveliv oi
nfid lb- .,.,,.,!..
S'f Ib alsoof Boston...
Jv After the euterLaiMiueitf. cim... ,i,
4 mi enjoyed a dance.
I' Ilia liriiwr lina . . . .
--un the Sheriff election than any
itizea t,f the county.1 It was only
aJt 'CeireU that ft Iuost unj,,sfc a8
r - f8 uimn a faithful and highW
umS'tf iffice: vmt we i,ened ujr co-
We ! fe xdefeude f Mr. Waggoner;
othe'J - i haVe doufe sanie for any
the J?v f ttaudinS n a like relation to
'eWpTf the C4)Un M t,,e DeIUO
Plain ' ii ! 1,aVe eaoi ed to ex
touJ ",e questions involved in tLs
1 m f" Ifft Jor us to do-in th
"c"nes. u VI...1I ... -
to aDiL. M 1 attempt lurtuer
ti 0d lueonaisfnt- .n
lliee consigu the whole
V0 fia decision cfti people
eaibflr r-..i: ,
de k - 1 5 wc" area tuey
rd Uljr- rulfmttr itico
How glaring were the inconsistencies of
the Bingham party iu the late county con
vent tfin, and no doubt, if the Examiner
would be, holiest as to its convictions on
this point it must admit" this: It could
not fail to have noticed how nuceiemo-
niously the supporters of the minojity
rule forsook .the candidate for the Legis
lature who had received 16 votes more
at the Salisbury o tha:. their- pet, atid
it is Siiid, a clear majority iu the county
over Mr. G richer: j
Binghanireceive 137 votes at this box,
atid J. JifXtewart 153; yet with the cpa-
sisteucy becoming their professions the
noble ten cast their votes solidly for G A
Bingham, but narry vote did they cast for
Sjewai t. It is too clear -the job was put
up for G. A. Bingham.
Robbekt. John R. Warxer called
at our office,. yesterday about 4 o'cbck,
p. iu., 'aud exhibited a severe wound on
the right temple, and scars on his wrists,
which he says were inflicted by three men
of medal iu size, two of them wearing
black moustachesj- They "spotted hihi"
Tuesday evening at the show, aud next
morning fell in company with him in
town, and followed him around from
place to place, and finally pursued him
on his return to his home in the country.
Some two miles out of town, about 1
miles out of -town,
o'clock, p. m.uiider pretense of gather
ing .chinquapins they drew him away
from the public . road, and one of them
struck him with a slungshot and felled
him to the ground. All three of them
jumped ou him. aud stripied him of his
clothing and took bis money some 35
or $40 his pocket knife, day-book, &e
and after tying him hard aud fast with
bis back to a tree, and gaging him with
Iiand kerchiefs, made their escape. War
ner thiuks they were discharged bands
from Robinson's Show, aud has reported
tlie above facts to the police. :
Lateu. The but known of these fel
lows they were walking down - the rail
road toward Chariot fe, Ou one of tbe
It may not be generally known that this
County is rich in gold and other minerals.
Tiicie is not, we believe, another county in
the State more interesting tothose who have
capital to invest iu mineral properties than
Roiyati, excepting alone, the county of Mont
ponvci'v, where g'd He scattered over al
most cverv. soti:t:'c -vaid of territorv. We
mention, briefly, a few mines iii Howan.
and wc- n o i naturuliv begin with Gold
Hill, which tand-. at the head of the list
of all the. mines in this part of the State.
The, property consists of about 1000 acres oi
land. 1-1 miles South ot Salisbury. It is
owned by Mr. L. and It. J. Ilobues, of Salis
bury. Has been explored to the depth ot
750 feet. Three parallel veins from two to
six feet thick of sulphuret ores; assayed
from $10 to $200 per ton. Thousands -of
tons of tailings are lvin on the surface. A
recent corresnondciit id' the New York
'Truth,'' Sept. represents this property
as still in litigation. This un error. It has
been clear for six years, the above party
holdingau unquestionable title.
The Cope Mine, miles from Salisbury,
worked by Josiah and Eli Cops, represent
ing a northern stock company, are working
a vein from 4 to G feet tnick ; down about
100 feet, ore averaging $10 per ton.
TriE Hhymeb Mine, half mile distant
from the above, owned by Tyson & Co.,
northern Co., down about 110 feet. Was
worked before the war. The present (''.
have just erected msc'iinery and are now
getting ores from a vein of from -4 to 0 fett
w ide, averaging about $10 per ton.
Tue Cady Mixe 4 miles of Salisbury,'
down 130 feet, taking out ores from a vein
4 feet wide, worth $8 per ton.
The Yadkin Mine. The mill and chlo
riation works at the Yadkin mino, 2 miles
from Salisbury, will a so be ready to start
up this month.
Sxidkr's Mine, 2$ miles of Salisbury,
down about 40 feet, 4 fct vein, not in work
ing. Ore estimated at $10 per ton.
TnE Bane Mine, 10 miles from Salisbury,
down abonHJO feet, vein from 1 to 3 feet,
brown or?s, assayed $240 per ton. . f'
The Holtsiiocser Mine, owned by Wil
liams & 'Co., of Ciacinnatti, in working,
down about 50 feet, vein 4 to 6 feet in width,
worth $3 per ton. Here also are large and
valuable surface washings.'
TnE Haynes Property, adjoining the
above, owned by Harrison and Linton, 80
feet down; brown ore, vein from 8 to 15 ft.,
worth $8 per ton. Not working at this
The Cringle Mine, one mile from Salis
bury, now owned by Mrs. Margaret Smith
ers, of New York Cityvdown 40 feet, vein 4
feet, brown ore, assayed $12 per ton. Pre
paring to commence work.
The Hoseman Mine, 11 milca south of
Salisbury, also owned by Mrs. Smitliers,
down GO feet. Ores said to be very rich,
and considered one of the best mineral prop
erties in the count v.
The Grupy Copper Mise, 6 miles south
east, is a yaluable property not now in
working. Machinery suitable for working
was errected at tire breaking out of the war.
but owing to the disturbance of that evtnt
was suspended and has not since been re
sumed. Ores very rich.
The Earnhart Mine, adjoining the
Snider projierty, down 40 feet, vein about 2
feet, brown ores, assayed in New York re
cently, and the word returned to the proprie
tor was "very rich.'
TnE Trexler Mine, 6 miles east, about
60 feet, worked before the war, and paid
well by the simplest machinery. Now own
ed by John II. Enniss and J. B. Barringer.
Thore are numerous other properties iu
this county, which have been partially de
veloped, mostly before the war. but nothing
done with them since for the lack of capital
ts work them to advantage.
Warner, js tlie name of 6. R. Grimes.
ihc ohl days of stage coaching anil begin
ning of railroads were brought vividly be
fue my mind. Then many of the stage
coaches were run with great regulaiily,
while the speed ou different mail lines
vaiird, the lowest speed being eight miles'
per hour including stoppages, while the
fastest routes had to make II miles. The
line from Lond.m to Kdinburg 4(H) miles
was run at the rate of 10 mi:es per hour,
4 I hours, and if five minutes behind time
at tlie end of their journey they were
mulched by thv Post Office department
and liable to any passenger who miiiht
sulier loss by their iardiuesa. Now, mails
and passengers are carried from London
to Edlnhurg iu nine hours. The old mer
chant gave me a history of his first trip
on a railroad with what fear and trem
bling he bade adieu to his friends and en
tered the train, believing it to 1 e a very
dangerous experiment J Now, travelling
bv railroads is found to be more safe than
any other mode of travelling, notwith
standing all their accidents. It is won
derful how some portions of this country
is netted with railroads and the immense
amount of traffic that is done upon lliein.
To give an idea of the railroads and their
tu siness, I will ipiote some extracts from a
Parliamentary Blue Book which has come
to my notice. The number of miles of
railway open for traffic in the United
Kingdom, in 187!, was 17,t)UG. The ag
gregate authorized capital of the same
was jC?dr..)91 ,57.j" Something near the
amount of the national debt.
'The gross receipts of the railway com
panies during the vear amounted to .L'ul,
77.70o" These miles of railroads, their traffic
and receipts would not look much if scat
tered over our great country,' but when
confined to but a part of these small Is
lands j surprises a man from the back
woods when he first sees them.
Mr. Conklingr Taken to Task. ,
f Soriie of the Ecnblionjwpersare mild
ly taking fcaufi. wiUi Senator Corkljng ou
proe jrejaarks bf Lit, which are interpret
ed as adverse to one of the most promi
oeut features of the policy of that party.
He u.eredited with saying in substance
iuat vine government is a business con
cern ami shoold be conducted ou business
principles, and that when money is to be
efpeijded, or obligations4ucurieoVtho
who do the paying had better in the first
place decide whether it is wise fd incur
the cost of things." Such a -pronosition
appears to be manifestly a sound one but
tue rnniueute Journal and other protec
tionist papers say no; that while it may
le a giwd rule iu business it will hard
lydo in n government of the people, fur the
people and by the people. It is the rich
man's plea for economy in theadminis
tratibu of affairs of the government, they
say, and does not consider that the prog
ressive civilization of the. North requires a
1 rger range of action. According to this
reasouing the economies enforced in the
last Democratic Congresses were all
wrong. "The progessive civilization of
the North," which would grant subsidies
for all manner of schemes, aud would per
petuate a high protective tariff, would be
checked if Mr. Conkling's argument were
to prevail. It is argued that tlu policy
of subsidies and high protection advocat
ed by the Republican party is altogether
better than the Democratic policy of re
trenchment and reform, 'because it givt8
to all men w ithout regard to wealth, race
and color, a better chance in the world,
and is, therefore, better adapted to secure
the greatest good to the gVcates number."
It would be folly to attempt to coutroveit
such barefaced fallacies as these. Halt.
On Monday last Dr. White, a physi
cian of good practice in Philadelphia,
swam from the foot of Howard street,
this city , to Karragansett Pier, w here he
arrived iu good form. The distance is
fully eiht miles and the act of swim
ming from lie re to the Pier has nevei
belore been accomplished in the memory
of man Setcport A. J. Mercury.
Grauville county is fortunate, aud yet
uot more so, probably, than other coun
ties in proportion to population. The
Oxford Torchliyht bays j?9,o-23.45 wil. die
applied to the education of the children of
that county during the current yean Over
half will be applied to the education
thei colored childreu. Under Radical
domination but very little, if any, money,
was applied to educational purposes in
t. at county. The school fund met with
thei same fate Jno. Pool was anxious
should overtake Gov. Graham, Gov.
Bragg and Gov. Vance through the in
strumentality of one of Holden's 'pct
Iambs" to-wit was lost. The colored
people have no cause to be grateful to the
Radicals of North Carolina for favors re
ceived. YU. Star.
SHERIFF WACfjfJNtR A CAKDISm
" , FOR RE-ELECTION.
To tbe People of Howan County:
I am the candidate of tbe Democratic
rartyXor the office of Sheriff of Rowan
County, at the ensuing November jElec
tiouj Democratic conventions werehel I,
in eacn. township, Saturday, the 2it
uay ot August, 180. At these conven
tions I carried fix Townships out of the
eleven. According to the old rule of vis
ing this would have given me the nomi
nation. According to the new plan of or
ganization, adopted by the Central Exec
utive Committee of the County, these t
townships were entitled to cast , Eiee
toial votes for me in the County Conven
tion: But although I carried the Town
ship 4.f Salisbury by a clear majority of
19 votes, Un of the Salisbury .delegates
voted agaiust me in tbe Counfv Conven
tion, contrary to the declared will of the
Deiuor ratic voters of the Township as ex
pressed at the ballot box. I was better
entitled to the-nomination thsu Frauk
Brown, who carried 32 electoral votes, or
than J. L. Graeber, who carried 2LK It
twenty-tune Electoral votes are deemed
sufficient to nominate a candidate aud
. u mrce are not, then party conven
tions are a sham aud a farce, and ought
not to lie allowed to exist any longer.
1 he ten delegates, from .Salisbury Town
siup iu voting against my nomination in
he Coouty Convention, openly aud no
toriously violated the expressed wishes
of their constituents. 1 leave if to all
tair.nimded meu tosay whether these del
egates had any legal, political or moral
right to betray and disregard the declar
ed will of tins Democraticjvoters of the
township, who uot only elected them to
be Delegates, but also instructed them
ositively and nuequivocallv, to cast the
vote of the Township for me and not
ga,nt me. The Convention voted bv
townships, and every Township obeyed
instructions except Salisbury. Bv what
authority did the Salisbury delegates cast
"e vote the Township contrary to the
wishes of their constituents f Th,,,. .!,.!.
egan-s represented the Democratic vote
ot Salisbury township and iiobodve.se
uu jettney claimed the right to vote
Pr ."'dividual sentiments, aud not
wishes 0f tle Democratic voters of the
u.nl.P whom alone they represented
rbd authority to represent. 1 appeal
the popk. of KONVa Countvto set ti e
seal of condemnation upon a system of
lttum,,, board" tactics which has t
ker o Wen able to find standing room,
mi . leSS a home on North Carolina soil!
f,i,iV n C"iz-I have served vou
l'l V AUti -ieiitiouly in the past,
a;direle,te,l ngajl,t j n,mjiK. t()ljlis;
f 'ilb'sof my olliiw as I have
tUitU ,:,V(md to ,lo 'tb malice to-
... j,;,,-,,;,,, or prejudice, and
- - !
i u.ou twue- voa wn- f t t i ,i .. -
f fieapsy I aun otfrg ,hp 'hv&t .
and hfgfiest grades of 'ciVrXliuHpnates,r -for
comiHisting-, C-,11 at once a nd secure
what yon may want U ilhaUo ha ve uiir-
tin mm- "i lot .v u
Parties wa n tin- tlie-G,:uciJ l leru
vian Guanos will do w.'i i , ,. I--5,.;.
orders with -hie-in time. " , ' I
A-Ujgaiet, Alh . fci:tf
I Corrected by j. kox "of. j "
CoTTojr ihdl 'rood, Mi.irUTi
C7 - . w .
low. do .
3acox, county, hog ror.- d
CnicjCE.vs -per dor.es
Meal moderate dcuisnd at
Wiikvt good d- rnaiu.' t '
Fxoca bct fain.
c. t ri
- Ml pel.
Apples, dried -
fcept, 1G 1850.
WINSTON TOU.UVO 3! AKKi;r.:
1"S, common eat k
I'ig, ,'ft)uim!i bright,
Lug-, good hriufit,
l-iiK,fan -v lri f 1 1 ..;
Leaf, common dark,
Leaf, gi.od daik
Leaf, common hri-l.:, ..-.
Leaf, pood hi klit
Wrapi'er., fi.niMi.,it I t i ;;.i
Wrapcrs, tine 1-rirJit,.. :..
V'rapper.a, iv: y !"iiu! t..
-1 2 ( 18 00
(; - 0.00
. 7.LU (.'. 8.00
- ',0 (; 2ja
lU.t 0 (.( l-j.Su
L-:' , 15.00
-'".T)n (j. SO PO
.(KI 4a. 00.00
"I - 0o (u, 75 VQ
St. Loiii ."dari.v.i j;: d
SemriS,C t0 t,1C S-d U the
a,,?l !,a"l)i!, " for VO!,r fbriiier support
aud conlulence, I be to subscribe myself,
--"iuuii, louroneitieiit servant.
c C T. WAGGONER.
OALISBrity, Sei.t. 8th, 1830.
PO THE VOTERS Viv" IJIIW I V 'ill' vr
' - w i .oc .1 t 1 .
I am the Renuhl lean rmulM itn f'.,.. ... ...
trhrages at the approaching election lor the
nice oi oiieriir. If elected. 1 nmS,,U.. ...
ischargc the duties honestly and falthful-
' ; and to do all ID 111 V FlOWf!" Uf 111 nn.!
ill tunes to f:ivMi- ti,.. . .
n T " n mill- lirilplf wuen-
Ver I can. Yerv Resiwtdiilr
. David L BmxoLE.
Prices riren arc -- -;
reaay lorsoipaieui u. ai-ut.
tr.v ssalt s,iui; ; r.-. '. '
l.ii. - '.
" Clear "k
Clear srcji'-j "
Flour l.xtra K
Com Heal ... .
Corn WM'e in Ft-i :i;
" Vl. I', j
Oats Mixed la i'ii; -
It 1 1:
J" IN. cu;
royal zcphyr fkoai
A .Specimen Bingliam Democrat.
franklin, X. c. Sept. 20, 1330.
Brunei- Dear .ir you will p'eas
poch.eu imuuKcxciuejis uscu 111 figging 1 shafts to the UutU or hogheads,fo whicli
Letter From tlie Old Country.
Loxuox, Aug. 20, 1850. :
Brother Brnner : I
It is quite interesting to us in the Unit
ed 'States to contemplate the great chang
es that steauj .d electricity has made
throughout our couutry. What social ad
vantages they have produced, and how
largely they have contributed to our in
dustrial and eojuniereial progress. We
have but to take a reriew f tlie iat to
comprehend iu some measure the great
advantiiges we now possess. 1 suppose
persons are now living who can remem
ber when tobacco was transported frow
tbe valley of the Cape rear, by
ther liitcliel horses and took it across the
couutry like a large roller to Petersburg,
Va.,aud brought their gwids back in packs
To mothers whose children are weeping j upon the horses, those times when a
Sweet and balmy slumber secured for vom tle up his affairs., make his will
tbe little ones, and coughs and colds rap and bid a more sol emu adieu to his fanii-
ii V- : i ii- n..yr n.'n'.ii. ly aud friends tlian is geuerally done now
WZJ??' :teth nM j' B!U by teu who surt to around our globe.
Congh Syrup. lrice 25 eunti, fh lsJ4er may now be doue in tbe same
Stop My papa;ar aud strike. My Name of
your Book, i cant Suporte any pa par.
that Supoi ts as Big a, rad as Wagner i
would rathe vote for Brinkle than wag
ner i no wl atbri ik, is, Wa tier is a Dem
ocrat in Disguise, from. such, we earu
cstly pray. good. lord. Deliver, us.
.Tohx, L, Ketchv.
Our Franklin friend is a good man. He
hates a mean action as much as any one,
but like everybody else is liable to be
mistaken. We think he has gone astry
in respect to the political character and
conduct of Mr. Waggoner. We think onr
oppoi t-inities to know all the facts in the
case have been better than his, jtnd that
that accounts for the difference between
him and onrself. We have shown in
these columns heretofore, the reasons
which influence us, and regret that Mr.
Ketchy has not given Hieni the considera
tion they deserve. But that is his mis
fortune probably, rather than his fault.
KILL PARK nil
To the Editor of tlu Watchman.
FKO.M A VOTER OK MOKGAN TyWXsltlP.
Mr. Editor: I see in my last paper
that the 'County Commissioners, at theii
September nieetiiig. appointed a commit
tee consisting of fi. Bingham. D. A. Davis
and John S. Henderson, to investigate
the census question in this county. Well,
all right as to that. I will go ou a little
further: I have been Registrar in Mor
gan's township for several years ; But I
see they have now appointed some one
else under tJie control of G. A. Bingham.
I am just as good a Democrat as Dolph
Bingham or any other man w ho was in
the County Convention. I went against
Bingham, aud he lias taken advantage of
his position of County Commissioner to
put in Registrars and Judges of Elections
that will vote and rule for him. 1 say for
one that I inteud to vote for C. F. Wag
goner for sheriff, Hancock, Jarvis. and
Frank Brown; and God bless ani Wood -sou
and J. S. McCubbius. As for my part
Isdou'c care a for the office of Regis
trar. But give the devil his due : C. F.
Waggoner received the nomination of the
democratic party and I will go for him.
Yours, &c., .
W. L. Parker,
Died, in Mt. Ulla, after an illness of
eleven weeks, from typhoid fever. Miss
T. C. McLaughlin. She was a niece of
the late Rev. Eli Caruthers, D. D. ; had
uceit reared "alter the strailitest sect of
our religion,'' n Presbyterian, and had
been for many years a lneinU-r of Back
Creek Church. Though her sickness was
protracted, and she was a great sufferer
during its latter stages, yet she never
complained' or murmured.
The loss to her family, to the commu
nity and to the Church is great indeed,
she seems to have beeu of those who lived
for others. In sea sous of prosperity and
of advesity: iu tinivs of rejoicing and
and of mourning, she was always ready
to heighten the enjoyment by her ser
vice, or to lighten the sorrow of others
by thoughtful, Christian attentions. No
sick bed ever called in vain for her, if it
were possible to attend. And pressing
must have beeu her home duties to detain
her from willingly ministering to the be
reaved. She loved her church, and was
a ways among the leaders in every mean-
li e. tor promoting its usefulness, and
thereby advancing the Redeemer's king
domi Of her it may be truthfully said,
"She hath done what she could." But
the 'tnuniber of her mouths" is ended, and
the Master, we trust, has called her to re
ceive her crown of righteousness, and take
her place among the "General 'Assembly
and .'hurch of the first born "
"Servant of God, well done ;
Rest from thy loved employ ;
The battle fought, the -victory won,
Enter thy Master's joy.
Soldier of Christ, welt dime;
Praise le thy new employ ;
Ami w hile eternal ages run.
Rest in thy Saviuui's joy."
J. A. R.
xhibitof the Clerk of the Board of
nry L-oiinnissioners of Rowan Counfv
tthe first Monday in - September. A. I).
ft. Amounts and itemsaudited by the
rd to the members thereof:
IB. Davis, per diem. '
IX days extra service
OA. Bingham, per diem
days extra service
MM. Kiucaid, per diem
2 days extra service
. Fleming, per diem
1 day extra service
Reid, per diem
2 days extra service
Woodson, Clerk, per diem
application. r' -' kmu B
PI? ICE & CO.
;: . Lulis. X'n
NOHTH CfiHOLISA RAI.LR0AD.
Date. Hay 15, 1 -
Arrive at orft-n.-.U.n)
Arrive at iii'l: tn
. " nai.-y.j
. ! Leave
fCiD.OO I Arrive ut Ciultlslxiro
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! I TO 22
: I il4T a.ni.
i I ami
t,i,(i a. m
'.. v. a. h. for
'-lei-i. y-AV.y except '
Tuesday, oiembsrQ, 1880.
Not ire is hereby given, that an election
w ill be held at the si-vral election preeincts
in Io-van conr.ty, on Tuesday, theStTday of
November, A. D. I8i0. fur the following -.iee
l J.'or Electors of President anl Vi-.
Presidtnt of the United St;itcs.
2 For Governor. Lieutenant Governor.
Secretary of State. Auditor, 'i'n a.-utcr. Sti
perintendent of Public Instruc tion, and At
3 For Representative in the Congress of
the United States for the seventh Congress
4 For two Judges of the Superior Court,
o wit : For Judges of tbe 4ih and 5th Ju
5For Senstor of the 30th District, and
for twb uietubers of the House of Represcn?
tative-i in the General Assembly.
6 For Sheriff. Begister of Deed?, County
Snrvejor. Cororftr, County Treasurer, and
7 Each elector may vote "fur or againtt
amendment-eonccrning public debt."
8 Eac h elector may vote "for or againtt
amendment in relation to the support of the
deaf mutes, the blind and the insane of the
3TTThe polls will be open from 7 o'clock
in the Imorning until sunset, and a hnger.
5?fNo elector will be allowed tore. Mcr
or vote in any other precinct or t ! -i-p
than the one in .which be-ia ! ?'i:aJ i
bonajule resilient on the day of ife "t
8ept. 2X, 1 880. Cuaeles F. W agsox'ku.
. X46:fiv. Sheriff cf Ko-m an.
3-2 fK )
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3i j 00
' : -.vitn the h. R; n. icurond
. ' v' t. .i (,ciiisbjro
r -r all points N(
w : & " . Ii aim - l i
No. 4. Conn -Ik 1' i -i;'.'..' r:, ulii -!,; d
KaUroad tor all n ,Nrt ... Vl1-
IKAfNS (ioiM. WL.sT.
fc Board was in session IG davs du-
ti if he vear.
nances traveled by the Board in nt-
teiig the session of the s.-mu.
M. Kincaid, 10 miles; .1. 0. Fo.n-
lntfcj miles: D. (. Hi-iil 7-.'ji ,w
7 - ' m y w ' on
II. X. Woousox, Cl'k.
ust 27, ieso. 4t
POOR FELLOW. f
ins Water-Brash. Ornmn. Kn,i
P;u the Back and Limbs, Sour Siou
iicrotil breath. H':iri1ini i. iT..o,i....i..l
I , ...i: ii 4 l Ifl ,
aneneral torture. This is from indi
fe'eki caused by a disordered liver. I?h r-
hat organ, uot bv takinnhises. but
l1ng Dr. Flagg's Improved Liver ami
St fch Pad, and at once be restored to
DatcyMay 15, i-. . J
Arrive at li.Uj'iT'i
Airlve at luiih.i'ii
Arrive HUTj p. j m I ,
b ihlu-- i
a;l pl!!t.-'. s,,u; .,
the C. .v A L' !'!
'ait. At s ijl-,!'i;r-.-e-vrppt
C tn.ll tea.
N't. Ai "'i-inv"-C.
A. I H I r,j : ,
7 cw a, in.
a 19 n1
! l ' ,
3 s p. ro
i ) : '
vitii fc'ii-in nriKit.
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i. A: ri.Mh tte with
: '-c-, Mil ic South- '
v K.ijiruiid, dallj',.
Ii v. eiv:ti-yortO' .
J''2"-'!'-rTv th A. h
:yj-',i ,;H South-
Democrat, New Orleans. La., s.ivs:
'Jing aiiMing sjich as have been tr '.n-
t' th diseases of kidneys and livei,
has it p reeptibly better since tlie. in
trojoii mnoiig HA of Warner's S tti
Kb ami Liver Ciiih."
M rccu!oa3 Pow.t,
lYorrKt ami Strram has it : "To ore
sei ' ;ilth use Warne's Sjife Kemedies
Tin ie jtlniost of .Mirat-ulous power ii
ren. g diseases fur whic h leeoniineiM
ed. ie womb -curative ptiilitf
the: .pisM-s'd of aie v ucl.eJ for b
.i at-?!.';; :
10 ao e. if
11 . .
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a.j.. ; ;
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S 7 0 u:
biu fit o(rr
cos h lyi
I DYI !5w ?y
I An U f "
P4 -wisliing Peruvian Guano for
ell to call i.n me on or before
SSO. J. S. KcCTJBBnXS.
n lilt i -Cook
810 Vt I" It 1 1 i
.'ALIii Bit OWN
.i !( l.rntf H
; eO like Ul
b 0dUo& m!i gDuiac Simmon'
i Mark. Prepared ocl tySnoMM
SrM 11 Dr-itSt,- -?
Ipilj.te Cz Io? Sale.
iW' a St eoud
uAixi v&izxoys cxr-j ineh taev
C..Zv nta calf t -ihv'H or snblie r.-
lt t, l;l
f. r n-i