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- TItUliSDAY, OCT. 21, bt80. li
ITAT-CITAL DSMOCBA.TIC ICSSr..
I'OIl PRESIDENT :
- 'WnTHKLD SC0TT3HA1IC0CK,
v ' . - Ok Pexxstlvama. j
" " - - FOIl VICE-PRESI DEI'JT u -
WILLIAM E. ENGLISH, -
Op Indiana. j
Mr. Chas. Dowey, of i?nleL'h is dead.
Qen. Clingtnan Jjas lost his fcase on an
' appeal to the U. sTSnprcmo Court on the
refusal of the patent office to grant him a
" patent for an electric light. .-- j .
TterViwa been a sad disastjcr on the
lakes-rthe loss of - the steamerj Alphena,
witVnJl on &o:ml. S!io left G njhd Ilaveu
for Chicago, t pt 0 o'clock, Friday eighty
and pei islied ni. a fearful storml ( ;
Republican success in Ohio ami Indian
has ions'ed the Republican party to the
display of mast ultra aims in respect to
tbgWvcru ifietf t. .Their a ttcrah ces bold?
. lyproclaim a'policyoatside o( the consti
Parties in 'Kew York are nmrtialing all
their forces. ewYork is the great bat
tle ground in the. Presidential contest.
The Democr;:ts'are united and coulideut.
-TLe SfUite is generally democratic by a
decided majority ,aud it is believed; will go
for Itancock by a handsome ; majority.
Without New York he qaunot be elected.
V Neguo Riot. There was a riot in Wilr
tngtou, Delaware, Saturday night," be
tween a democratic procession uud the
negroes at a negro headquarters in the
route of the procession. Some one of
the negroes threw a stone through one ofl
the ' transparencies carried in; the pro-
cession, and froui that begisiuiuga pretty
. serious row occurred. Some eight or teu
persons were wounded with piston shots,
and five or six with stones. At last ac
counts all was. quiet. " :
, CI Ml ".
JJUXTOX AND EVI2BETT.
Last Friday, theso liepublicans'flanked
bj Ike Young, of Raleigh, devoted tour
or lire hours in speech-making, a'ud know
ing, the desperation of "their cause, at
tempted by tuauufactniug shirs Uud hurl
ing them at the Democrats, to pass over
the presidential steal and dodge all the
other glariBgrands-perpetrated by their
party. There were present, a respecta
ble number of Republicans, nearly all of
"whom -were negroes, "with a smart" spriuk
lingf Democrats wlro were drawn by a
- rumor, mat mey woiuu umuo time witn
I a Democrat; This, the3' pretended, they
yere willing to-do, but the eonditious as
to tiwe were so; unfair it amounted to a
; refusal. The speaking was what might
i Lave. fcen expected from tkis trio of e-
juisite samples ot Kauieaiism. s
Possessing love for free institutions,
And being willing tomake sacrifices for lib
erty and populargo vei n ment is vfery good;
but it js irot these considerations alone
which induce s to cling to our country
through Jifc, and to stand up against her
oppressprs. JVe are told that Talter
Scott was a patriot, in the full i seuse of
the term ; He prove an ardent attachiueut
to the constitutional gpyernnjent of Eng
laud, and was ever ready to vindicate
and defend it ; but lie was still more ardently-attached
to his owu native Scot-
; land? ; aiid as patriotism has its Qi igiu in
; the. natural aflections, andriot in any pre
eminent qualities of intellect with which
. the human mind iay be gifted, the conclu
sion is evident that a true patriot must not
ouly prove a faithful allcgiaucei to the
constitution olpar great common country,
but should also prve a devoted at-q
tacltineut, an uusetish adherance, to the
j land of his birth. Audit cjuuiot be oth
vise than humiliting to a true-born son
of the "good okl -North Stat" to sec and
: Lear the party that has doue so much to
i Vartk Yestoriaghervt her former glorious
position among her sister States, slau-
derediusrepre8ented and denounced by
isuehopstait and reprobateW Geo. B.
12verjetE:.thp .'Oartieid -elcctorT I He and
! party" for the preseu Public liuad Sys
; tem,5jvhen Uiey.-.jmist knw the Deui-
.- : t ...7 -
ocrats were the first to spring the question
of a ; "cage deuouueedithie . Dem
ocrats for all tfieweak points ia the Iand
lord lul-Tpneutt'Act, when everybody
knows-the ia4tu"onepf Uncrown mau
Ufacturiug, and what good features it now
possesses was eunted as amehduieuts
by tUe'Dejucirfita;'tliey fiud" fatilf with
; thepjcesiint Commou School System, but
neglect tn te) I the people that they spent
less monej for educational purpascs du
ring all the idx lav, eight years .tliey had
control of tlnfState thau the! Demo
crats liuyo gi ven to the poor children iu
any one year of their adniiiiistration, Aud
ail the charges made againsi Democracy
( by these men are withotit'shadow of proof
: to back them, and they kuow they diire not
ineet' Democrats fairly and squarely on
such issues, hence their.bushwhacking,'
J5ut further: 'Judge Uuxtou lcdoff'on
this occiision, iu an inanimate lifeless sort
of 8tylerepeatmg his catalogue of charges
ngainst the Democratic party iut general
aud Gov. Jams in particular. lfe said
the Democrats, with Jarvis at their head,
, 'ere guilty of committing a stupendous
! f l aud.pon the people of the State iu sell
ing ihfiVesteru -N. C lbiilroad. - lie
, ! charg-Gov.'Jarvis 'tbcorritption "iTnd
inconsistency in Votiug for a bill reiaH'n'
in some way to certain special tax bonds;
; all )jf Jvjiicii comes in -very bad grace froui
a RejuJican: "Tlse ale of the Westeru
load was approved and u$tained by the
. Repubi)riuia.emlH-r of the Legislature jTjieonle
pnfy s:i freight voting against it. - Gov. their n
Jarvis, when discussing the-matter yith ;
gou)of44iabest uplical friends, was told,
in the presence of Col. Thomas Iluffln oud
othtf prominent gentlemen, that lf jott," j
--Gor. jfrvis "effct thu wile it. will
seal yonr political dobm jw when the Gov
eiiuir replied: "Thai had never occurred
to me, for with t!iis, as all other ques
tion ti affecting the people,; the only ques
tioulwithnie, as 4heir Governor, is
'whether if.U light, to this-case," this is
the only question that presejits itself, and
believing this measure to be for the best
iutPrest of the people and of the State, 1
shall give it my.earust support, if it cost
me every rote i the SiflteP
And. now we assert," that Gov. Jar t is
was truly i eare8tj wjieu he made the
above declaration, as his whole denieau
pr in this tniiisactionlhas clearly proven,
uotwjthstandhig the jtrumped up charges
of the Jadgto" the contrary. And his ac
cusation iuregard to the specjsd tax bonds
was just m inconsistent and fallacious.
The Kepubilciih party fathered the Apt,
aud therefore, a bound to be responsible
for the measure. !
When the Judge had exhausted his stock
of denunciations aud misrepresentations,
he was folio wed" by Everett, who seemed
possessed w)th Jthe idea that, as he had all
the field ti himself lie would then and
tliere eeftnpfetely rout xtirpato and wipe
out every vastage of Democracy that ever
existed in North Carolina. Ho would
star tat ho clouds, aud then unceremoni
ously let himself dowu into the lowest
depths of Vulgarisms,! seemingly for the
purpose of eliciting applause from the
negro clemeut of his jaudience. lie dis-
llayed more of the demagogue than any
speaker to wnotu we Have ever listened.
His antecedents prove the correctness of
this conclusion : It is a known fact that
within the last ten years he has live in
four different counties q'f the State and
changed his politics at every move. In
Randolph ii first turned up"a Democrat;
next, in Wayne he was known for his
ranting Radicalism ; again ho turns up a
red-hot Democrat iu Chbarrns county; and
lastlyihe Js now known as the "talented
young Ropnb'icau frtim Foj-syth." Aud
yet, this rolling turn-coat would go out
among an intelligent people and make
them believe that he, j under the guise ot
patriotism, isa true expounder of honest
principles of government, when really,
there eaunot be a grain of truth or patri
otic principle iu tho make up of so com
plete a demagogue and time-server. Ie
said little or nothing to Garfield's, credit,
aud C Hancock, that; ho was a good and
brave man fbut that if be was elected, it
would eudanger the financial interests of
the whole couutry, aijd asserted that, in
137d, when it' was believed that Tildeu,
a Democratic President was elected, there
was a depression in stocks iu Wall Street,
and a fluctuation . iu specie values, &.c. ;
to refute which, wo w ill simply copy the
following frnin ,tle Philadelphia Tinws,
which was writte'n in answer to a letter
from"a 'prominent Philadelphia-, manufac
turer relativeto this question, and who
acknowledges the Times as the best au
thority : ,
"The election of Hancock would bo no
political revolution at -all. Democratic
Congresses were elected iu 1874, in J87G
and in 1878 Democratic President was
elected in 1876 by a popular majority of
a quarter of a million, and the Democrats
are in a majority iu both Senate and House.
All the legislation of the last six years,
afiecting botlf polities and business, the
reduction and funding of our debt and
the restoration of the South to prosperous
iudnstry, has come from a revolutionized
popular brauch of Congress and that of
the present Congress from i revolution
ized Seiiatc,-and commerce, industry and
trade have recovered from the revulsion
of 187G, when Republican authority was
supreme. In 137G, when Tildeu's election
was -proclaimed through the ballot box.
values advanced until the elect orial crime
of Louisiana threatened anarchy. There
is now nothing to revolutionize1 by the
election of Hancock but the presidency
and that was done four ycars-ago so far
as the people could do it as the present
legislative power is Democratic and the
next Congress is likely to coutiuue the
same supremacy." j
Aud every othr question sprung, by
these shakers is as easily stamped us
ialse and unsound as those we have touch
ed nponj but we have already devoted
too much space to their .worthless gabble,
ike Young wound up the programme of
the day, but we did : not renraiu to hear
him give to the whole njess the finishing,
blatheristic stroktv. .;-- . '
The llallyiu cry of; the National
AnAillrcgstoin the Democratic National
- Executive Committee to their CoHstitu
encics on th Result
of the October
New York, Oct. 14.-iThe Democratic
national executive corumitteo
is iu ses
siou mis afternoon at the
headquarters; Among the members pres
ent are ieuator Baruum and Messrs.
Scott, of Pennsylvania, Smalley, of Ver-
moijT, Hewitt of fKew jYork, Barnes, of
Georgia, aud Cleveland of New. Jersev.
The result of the October elections aud
the prosecution of the campaign are, it is
understood, the subject under considera
tion. - ' ! ,
Governor Wiltz, of
Daniel Dougherty were
tiou. The situation of
discussed in detail, untl
dress was adopted ; !
also in consul la
the can vass was
the following ad-
To the Democratic and Conservative Voters
of the Country:
; The election of President and Vice
Presideat is -mrw before you. Stato and
local dissensions are eliminated from the
iaesof theday. vThel magnitude of a
victory or a defeat can inly be estimated
oj in : lurce and means employed in
ring it By fraudijaiid corruption the
eople of Jthe cotintrv:iie, .i-....-
mT 1-"V - UCICitlCU 111
purpose .:W;im, aiud the ; rightfully
edJteJ rresiaeut waa Kept irviu
With the combined capital of theRepubli-
can party aided by repeated assessmej ts
npoh tlie army of ofQctlioldei t-, with the
power of the Federal govern ment represen
ted by United States m
rshals at thepolls,
with Intimidation fram
and a resortto ev-
ery corrupt appliance known to Republican
n twp States, our
adversaries have succeeded jn proenrfng
the probstble return of their Iwsil candi
dates. Can it be possible that iu every
State throughout this broad land the
same methods can bo
tliat were used by the
brought to bear
gers in Indiana and Ohio T Can the great
Suites of Kew Ynk, Kew Jersey, Con
necticut, Colorado, Nevada and New
Ilamshire be bought, isitimidated aud
defrauded t-Even without the vote of In
diana, which we believe will beredeemed
iu November, with New York and New
Jersey and the States that are conceded
to us, including Maine, the election of
our candidates assured.
The Republican party have put in
nomination two ineu who, by the ad
mission of -their own party aud - p:es,
are unworthy of your confidence and
your snffrages.It is, impossible that
fifty millions of Intelligent and patriotic
people will eoiist-ut to place themselves
upon tbe humiliating level as " prepared
for them by the Republican managers.
FelloW'C'itizeus, the first day's repulse
at Gettysburg ended; on the 3rd, with
Hancock in tlto front iu glorious victory.
That victory secured us our Uuioa. The
question is uot now the preservation of
the Uniou, but of constitutional govern
ment. Huucock is now, as then, in front.
The repulse is now, as then, an omen of
victory, which will secure to coming gen
erations the inestimable blessings of civil
Ry order of the National Democratic
Committee. V. II. Bakxum,
Hancock in Indiana.
Ixdiakai'OLis, Oct! 18. The Demo
cratic State committee held a meeting
and general conference with Democrats
from different parts of the 'State ou Sat
urday last. The reports from everywhere
agree that Hancock U stronger not only
than was Landers, but that ho is stronger
than his party, it is
name is worth from (i
calculated that his
ye to eight thousand
votes tit tho ticket more than
to Landers, and that alone wouldaluiost,
if uot entirely, turnj the scale. On the
other hand Garfield is weaker than his
party, and when it coijies to a direct party
vote for President this weakness will
easily be made apparent here. With .all
the presence ot shrewd managers and
hundreds of speakers jaud interested par
ties from other States,) it was a ran; thing
to hear Garfield's name mentioned as "in
any- way ciMfccmcd'in
lieiHiuiicun i'resmeuuai canuiuate vj
purposely ivi-pt out of promitiice, and,
from the talk aiuou joters as they aver
ago away from thej lenders, 1 should
judge the advantages ivhich the lvejuili- i
cans had in Porter :i a candidate for
Governor and tho disadvantage of the
Democrats with L.mders would he very
nearly reversel in November 011 theuame
of Hancock and (iarlicfd. Another tiling
will greatly serve 'thej Democrats at the
next elect iou TI; ero will he but one
ticket to vote and no chance for trading.
Landers had no real, earnest, lighting
friends, ami the same was true of a num
ber of candidates oij the Democratic
State ticket. Nearly every one had some
weakness and all of them became, the
tictims of trade in behalf of local candi
dates. Votes for Governor were com
tnouly swapped for votts for county offi
ces, and there was scarcely a poll in the
State at which more or less of this trading
was not doue, to the disadvantage of the
Democratic ticket. There can bo none
of this in November. I
Col. Fred A. Conkliig.. brother of Sen
ator Conkling, addf-essed a large audience
of independent republicansand democrats
in New York last week. He read the
memorable words of Charles Sumner, ut
tered iu Faueb.il Hall, twenty-five years
ago, telling why he (Sumner) belonged
to the republican party and then asked,
"Who have taken the places of Sumner,
Chase, Trumbull, Seward, and other lead
ers 1 The Logans, the. Caimrons, the Gar
field,. aud 4he Colfaxes From the thin?
these men have assumed the control of
the party it has leen held Ugether bythe
cohesive power of plunjiler. Aud now 1
would like to ask what the Hepnblican
party has doue. Tire party has put for
ward a man wJhwo c taracter will not
bear scrutiny. They have made an odi
ous, malignant sectionalism the chief fva
tnro of the canvass. This man Gartield
has been put forward as representing the
principles of that party Now I tell you
he stands before the Ainerlcau people as
a liar, a perjurer, a bribe taker, a back
salary grabber, and last but not least as
the most conspicuous figure in the elec
toral fraud of 1S7. Now, of course you
aud I understand that t le men who have
put Garfield forward must necessarily
support him. One of tlie important cir
cumstances of this campaign, he thought
is that so many Republicans have come
out in the support of Gen.. Hancock.
"There is no need of giving names,"
he said.' "You know many of them.
There are about 3(KXof theiri where I j ust
Came from. They asked me to come here
and speak. They are against the narrow
odious sectionalism that forms the chief
feature of the Republican canvass.'
Mrs. Wm. Tippet, 0f aco,N. Y., says
"I have worn au Improved Excelsior Kitl
nePHtl about tlirtje wtjoks, and have received-gtcnt
relief fromi it for pain iu the,
back." See advertisuient, . , "
. I. . . ' -i'- ... r.
THURSDAY EVENING, ONLY OCT. 23.
THE CONQUERING ATTRACTION.
'- . TltE I'Cr.LIC's fAVOillTB, ' "
. I NICK ROBERTS' -
Mr. Nick Jober ts. ...PropV & Manager.
a i icrowNs
:And Double f?perality Coeip'r.ny.
The' Best. ami Largest Trotrpe in America.
TUB GUSAT COOf 3U&GSi.
AMKltlCA'H GKEaTKST COlKDlA N.
Jfcw Trtcjcsl New -Feature; ii w ccMunrsm
Nick Robprls SUror cornel. fj:ud &. ojK-ra orchestra,
PROK. L. J. 6lBLEii, lJlreetor.
rillCF.S ReWrved Seatu 8100. Admis
Hion 5(8ets;tt fkfafi Secured at Sleroneys
Store. No extra. j
i -W T W T ... i - " "
1 . J. II. 1-uUXE, rUS. inf.
And all disease of the Kidnevs. tlad.Jr andj
Urinary Grgnns ly wcaiiig ihe
IMPROVED EXCELSGIR K!DKEY PAD
It is a Harvel of Healing1
r. . r i 1 r' 1
- I'" r- " " "
ajmpie, otJiibiuiej uirecijp"'-"" cu -death.
. ; . 1 S '-Thousands Teclify to its Virtnea.
Painless, Powerful. B
It where nil eW fail. A EEvE.Y3a Cai Bj "llBlM M 4,
LATION and EEVOLUTION in Medicine I "
Absor tiyij or direct Hpi!ic:iiiii, an ftoietigDrii't desjnir nntil ymi have tried thi Ren
to iinHlinfautorv internal medicine. Send frjile, Kilv A ipliel : RADICALLY
our treatise on iuwiey iruuiuex, Pent iri-e. p,"giS if laul U AL litiiiiedv.
lv drnuixta, or sent, hv
mail on receipt o!
. , - .....
Odly" Lung Pad Oa
lUoe Ki iac-v l- l. W llilxnn Eioc:-:,
Ask tor It 'sua
ta'ie no oti.e.-. DEniOIT, MICH.
Kluttz i EeMleii
Have tho L:irget a id lmist complete
rhey havo ever He red. JtMt read and
get a biul's-eye view of what they now
have in store ; "
Ore Gijou'x, frtKii 8c up ; Wool Del ins at
i5e. DuiiiOf'h-.- ii'c iij.. uliciie-', bel Se.
Cnxsimei-e-', Jennx, Fiaiuitls, Lin.-e, Shavvla,
Cloaks and a t'nll nsi)rliieut oi'.
Dry Goods and ?Xotic-ns.
A complete dock oi' .Sine li'oix, l.ooghl
of Manufacture!?', and will Le sold elieap
! tiie clienpeM. e-hitve the unexcelled Hay
Shite i id Wetmnre Shoes, A full line of
Menu Hats, and Ladies trimmed and untrim
lued Hai very cheap. V j'.ill assortment of
CLOTHING VSEY CHEAP.
T"ne largest Mock of hhiris in the pluce.
irocerit at holloni trice.- Kil I or ten
fciudftof Coffee from 12c up to the best Mo
cha. Might varieties of Srnp and Molasses
very cheap. , A aatrttiient of Snnnr as
low an can be had in the place; 12 to 14 kinds
of Tobacco, cl'capet o -the. hest to tie I. ad in
any market. l;icon, Lard, Salt, Flour, Meal,
We have a hrge lot of Late Crop Potatoes
now on hand,- ve'iy One. A larjre sleek of Ta
ble Ware, and m ny n--fnl ariiclec n't oc.
We b'iy :md e!l nil kind of Coiin'ry Pro
dnee for cash or harter. Le ture ai d ste us
beffire von lov or.st-11.
Oct. 20, 1SS0. l::tm
SALISBURY, IT. C.
Dealer in Tin L J,.! All low down
Ware Copper .i2& in fact I will
Ware, Stills, :"!1 STOVES
Stoves in full
variety. Par-. 18S0. i-S?) ou c !in uuy
lor. Cook and .jj f'anywhere else
OfTice, from STifin this city.
the cheapest r?f?t?" Will repair
to the best. - ' old stills -on
HYMN BOOKS, WHITING
STYLES m QUALITIES,
INK, PENS, PENCILS, Src, IN
great variety, and Cheaper than Ever.
At ! ENfllSSES Prng Store.
For Uust in
Wheat. For Sale at
J. H. Enniss'- -
SOUTHER!? EXPEEbS CO.'S
A lot of TJaclaimed Freight will be sold
at Auction, tor charges, at Odi je of the South'
ern Exprei Company, in SalUbury, if. C,
Xoveaiber 6th, 1830, unless called for and
charges paid, or otherwise disposed of before
the day of sale.
50:4t i W. L. RANK-IN, Agt
I BONDS i
To make Title to Laud, and Laborer and
. SALE N0T1CE3 ... .
For Sale at thi Office.
I fill fj
AN EXTRAOtrtHSART COXFESSION. VL
an interview with A' reporter qf Phildel
phia Times m tlie day after tho 'election
Gov. Foster said- ' " I .
'Ye. I agree ...with you that , tlie. tariff
question and the business wsfre were
Avorth sevenil thoufaud vote '0Wtf bol
in thin State wewould never have tboffgbt
of either if it had not been nerrary to
get hold of a new issue, and the Idea was
put into our beads of Eastern men. Two
weeks ago there was no talk out here of
either free trade or 'danger to business in- i
terests iu case of Hancock's election. Wo
found the card a strong. one to; play.. The
bloody shirt was of no use to us.w .
This, we believe, ia the first Instance in
the history-of party politics jwlire the
chief engineer of the successful .party
coolly and calmly 'acknowledged on the
morrow after election that they victory
la! been won npou a cold lie aud a sham.
JV. V.San. . i ' ' I- 1 '
Cures by ABSORhTIOM (Matures Way.)
It Drives Into the system curative aeenta
Mr a... . . -
" Draws From the diseased part the
Sold he Dr'i22!sa, nr sent ly mail on re-
keipt of Price, S2.0Q, by
Sen ! for tesli- mTn ATfj T "D J n
j -Hi I ION? it VEAlt
McGubbins, Be all & Go.,
.Have removed from So. 1 to No. 4 Mur
jdiy's (.Inuiite liow, where they are opening a
large and well selected stock of Fall and 'Win
ter good consisting of Dry Goods, (irocerien,
Notions, Leather, Hats and Caps, Loot and
Shoes, Queeiisware, Clothing, Cotton bagging
A Tie, Ac:' They are Agciils for the Kale Jf
the best French 1'rfir?, IJoluiig lJths aiul Eu
reka Smut Macl.iiuh. Don't fail to call 'or,
Call on McCitbhina, Iieall & Co. for the bel
Wheal Fertilizers in u-e.
300 hrshels of exlra clean ced Wheat for
sale. Call on '
McCubbins, Beall & Co.
ARE DAILY ARRIVING.
LWe have every thiag yon want, jgj
THE L AUG EST,
- JIAXDSOXEST AND
BEST SELECTED STOCK
Til A T WE JLAVE EVER OFFERED.!
' 'Call niitl see us.
Sept. 23, 1880. 23:ly
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Uowas Cousty In the Superior Court.
Richmond .Peaiison )
and Joirx 31. Clocd,
A. II. Boyden, individually and
as Ex. of Nathaniel Bovden, N.
A. Hoyden. John A. Boyden,
Columbia Boyden and Willie
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, that Columbia Boyden and Willie
Hal", of the defendants above named, are
non-residents of this State and cannot after
due diligence be found: It is ordered that
publication be made for six successive weeks
in the Carolina Watchman, published ia
Salisbury North Carolina, notifying said de
fendants to be and appear before tae Jad;e
of our.buptnor Uourt at a Court to! be held
for the County of Kowan, at the Court
House in Salisbury, on the Oth Monday after
the 4th Monday of Scirtcmber, 1880. and
answer the complaint which will be deposi
ted in the oftk-c of the Clerk of tlie Superior
Court f fcafd County, within the first three
days of said Terra; and let the said Defen
dant-s take not ire. that if they fail to answer
the said complafut during "the Tejrm, the
Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re-
T-.J . I 1 Zt . .. .. , - -
iei uemanurn in i ne complaint. i
2d of Oct., 1880. J. M. Horah.
OW ISl THF. TTMF. TfV RHUfSPTIlP
FOR THE WATCHMAN
' HAS JUST RECEIVED! v
r&ESH CRACKERS MID CAKES, ' '
Fresh Raisim, Lenious, Tapioca, Pearl
Sago, Canned goods of all tinksir " "
A fine lot of good and! 4
fancy stationery. i V ;
Hovels, Cfgars and Cigarctts.
Tire largest and best assorted -toek -
French Canutes. iaeo. ineroauai.
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PERUVIAN GUANO 1
Persons wisliinj; Peruvian Gttauo for
Will do well to eall on ine oil or before
the lit of September.
Aug. 13, isso. J. S. KcCUBBINS.
THE Xew York and North Cirduia Rraf itiafr
1 Company ari:hailott. .viii pay Liit; best yasli
rnceaever paid In tlila country tor. j
No charge wiljibe mafle for sampHai; aa-V assaj -
Ing ores pareooaed by qs. .
Specimen assays for c6ia and silver, $t.M.
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3ttarw2 anCoanstiicr at 'gm,
THE BUILDING ADJOINING THE COUKTilOUSE.j
owners of Gold Mining Lands and Buyers, put
A 11 Mlnlns Interests' meet prompt attention.
. Notes, accounts, &c. collected.
Estates, and all nutters of Administrators and
Executors, o. settled
t onl o n.i nil iwhor titlp .irpfnllv Investlyated.
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DEAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lands la Kowan
nnl .'i.lti?nn ' I'dunt IPS lH)-.-;.t ;in(l HOltl
Communication solicited wim those dectring
Arrangements made to purchase cheap lands in ''
Florida, Teas and Minnesota (tliat part Known as:
tne promised Land).
Lands for sale In Illinois, and along the James
river In Virginia.
Parties deslrlncr to Utivrror torn? to, North Carolina
furnished with necessary lnrormcticn. ,
N.B. Lands boiurht and sold alon? the proposed!
line of the Wadesboro ant SalLsbury railroad. (This1
road must be built whether Auson, Stanly and Kow-:
an couuties rtvrlve mttslde aid or not. The nrogrretS;
of the d:iy and the awakening: euenrtes of ttie jito-'
pie or tuese counties aemana ana iliU-ji nave ii;
rranirnuieiitsbelmrperfeoKM to pat town lots
bury and at other polats in inartet. ,
.P.S. A market ready Tor saiall des:raMe MrmF
flTCall at ortlce. or address Lock Box Si.
rs- FOR 3ALC BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
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We a Tain offer thii firstm Fertilizer
worthy F heir ptttnnae It law ftod
ocen or, : .nt to.it prasent admirable condition only by tho lilnral expenditure oi v
and mo'ioy in a continuous effort to improve. Its fctandaVd and uniformity are guuti-- t
The result of its, application to the w1;eat
to le equal to any fertilizer ever s 1 1 in the
of tons of it have been used by the farmers
AV e recommend it because :
it is rich m Soluble phosphate and Ammonia. . . .
It affords a constant supply of p!Hnt food.
it contains no inert matter.
It insures a stand of grass or clover, f
-It is an improver and renovator of worn
It is tine, dry. and in the lestfcnnditin
It contains an ample quantity of all the element nec essary to make wheat, and a Urg h
surplus whicb will show itself upon the clover and grass, and hi t he Improvement
It is prepared from the best and most trpprored - materialism tlie most careful d a
thorough manner, and under our personal supervision. f. "
Its standard and uniformity are guaranteed. -
Vhatevermay be the meritsjdf other fertilizers; no one can po rong in nsinf w .
tested.1 made, " ful,Jr Saafitttecd, and has been so lorg and so thorough
r! " , " imiiiu noiin.ia twit Kcrv. gnum m t- , - t
if prActiotol. it the una is not asea. tbe land should be ploughed and harrowed until line and fWjjg I.
clods, and tlie wheat and guano harrowod In, foUowlng with the roUer. This mixes the manure wiT )
sou, and lui it near thejwirtace Juat whereihe roots of the wheat wffi find It easiest;. When
land ploughed but not harrowed much 6l the suano goes down In the opening betweenThefurrow
and does UtUe or no good, r AliIiTBO tvt atiDISO J
.lanuTacturcrs andJroprictor of the. "Star Brand" Complete du,tV
ty Agestslat all irpntot tcyits ia N.
D7 J. Allen ErffKrn- A fff RaliffVfw Tf?e. T. i fit Atesrillfl. . ;
AnTiviIIfH Girl nf Tl. tT V-
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WhoIeMle and Retail trade
; coiuplete in tow n. ; "H
-Chexving Tokcceii ;
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HAILSOAD STOCK I ? '
Iyil! sell at the Court Houae
alUbnry-, nt-I2 oVlock, m., on SatBrf.?'-
In Mol'tP'Rli'G DfiSIS iOT R. P llPTft
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.VI -to v irion-; ot'tfr l)!ans. ; !;"
B. C. BIBB & SON
BALTIMORE, MD. -
Ifaau&cture a desirable line of Ilcatiux ui
Cooking Stove, including the renowned
The moat' perfect in '6pe ration. attrmrtlT la
appearanoe, and nncquale for durahiaty. Do
not buy until you Itava seen it .
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to Wlmnt. Ormvm h Win r in all respect, !
the test for VtJpe ver' w a m on. 2 us and U '.
crnpfnr fir past twc-lve rears has proredit i
Un ted S aUa. Rnrinj; this time ,
of A irg nii'arld North Carolina with hignlJ
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out land. 1
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