j TflUliSDAY, APEIL 14, 1861 T -
and after the 1st day of January,
Laai ti,e subscription pricof the Watch
i1 1U1 be as follows:
One rear, paid-in advance, $1.50
' a f iiAvnient delayed 3 months, 2,00
payment delayed vz months 45oO
passenger depot, .
rTt i--. ' i o -
Our Wo hotel are wide awake, drum
ming fpatronage, and occasionally, each
! , o-
Thanks to Mr. Henry Barringer for in
formation in regard to the uiiuerals in Jiis
peioihood, and for specimens sent.
The. late cold weather has finished the
' peacb-crop Those on unn'a Mountain
we're Jnostiy killed.
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Died i Franklin ' township on the 3st
. fr. I'ronst. consort of Mr.
. A. Propst. '
'Mr E M. Suniuierell has returned to
i.,.ir Unia iust iu from Philadel-
Sil V .V J
where ho has been stadying medi-
Kev. Kiah IV: Julian just fiuished his
ruiirse at the Uuiversity of Virginia is
jn the city.
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Dr.: ii. 'T. Trantham received telje
graphie intelligence of his father's death,
which! occurred in Camden, S. C, on the
gth iflBt. The Dr. has the sympathy of
thecclninuuity in his sad bereavement.
fMkrs. McCubbi ns Deal . & Co. and
Mr. I). X. Atwell, have liaally ssttled iu
' their ihiiVoved quarters. .
Conductor. Thus. 'Murphy able to bo
out on crutches. Hi knee cap wa-i frac
tured, which will probably disable hiiu
for several months., lie is highly esteem
ed as a polite ami faithful conductor.
Last Saturday thejstrcets were crowd
sd auil busiucs was very brisk. Ths
fanners cwnld do nothing ou the farms, so
took advantage of the opportunity to ex-
aminrtlie spring slocks, now so beauti
fully displayed iu our stores.
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Messrs." Kluttz & lifiulleuian, take
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otTUsinn tii greet the public this week
Sec their ad. iu this paper speaks for itself.
lias. T. Korn. a practical piano
ieroney 6VBro.j are receiYlngi their
nef goods. i
The Arcadia Club will give their first
ballr-a calico one at the Boy den House
onjthe 19th inst. Thisnotiee may impress
sonic with the idea! that Arcadians are a
''dancing club" this, however lis pot
the case. .They propose the ad vancement
of sociability among the young. !.'
Bernhardt Bros', popular merchants,
are i offering inducements see ad. 1
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Bullion Mine. !
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Mr. Cope started, last Monday, the
mills at the Bulliox Mine.! The ores
are rich and all the machinery new. aad
rich return are expected.
Married. On the 31st of March, by
B. C, Arey, J. P., Mr. Jno.W. Peacock,
to Miss Sarah J. Peeler all of Providence
Dangerous Pavements. Some of our
pavements, are not only uncomfortable to
the pedestrian, but painful, and even
dangerous, especially after night, j Take
the walk from It. Murphy's ' brick store
ou Fisher street to J. D. Brown's corner
on Fultou street, as a sample of the
pavements referred to. Rocks are stick
ing' up so high and in such numbers a to
make it dangerous to walk over them in
night or day ; and any one straining an
ankle or sustaining other damage in
walking over them would have a reason
able cause of action for damage against
the Town Commissioners, hi wet weath
er they aie worse than in dry, for the
clay and sand in -which the stones are set
softer. s, and the pedestrian has not even
the choice between two evils the mud
-and stones bat mast pick his way the
best he can.
Wo suppose the town is not prepared
to undertake a very expensive improve
raent on the sidewalks jnst now, bat
there is no good reason -why I the Com
missioners might not havn them well
covered with tanbark or sawdust, which
former experience has shown to answer
a good purpose for one or two years. It
costs very little and always elicits the
thanks of the commuuitv. It is rather
bad that citizens have to put up with aud
bo thankful for small favors in respect
to pavements, the most important sub
iect to them, when thev Consider the
heavj- aminal tax required of them.
STOCIIIOLIEUS OF Til 13 W. N,
C. It. II, IS SESSION,
tiuierZhud musician h;w pertii.'.nently lo
cated here, lie will assist Mr. TIico. Uuer-
CRO WELL GOLD MINE. 1
An exceeding rich" 'lead" has been
struck in the Crowell and it grows richer
every foot advanced. The ore at this
mine improve as they go deeper. -
THE HILL MINE,
Owned by Messrs. S. R. Harrison and
S. E. Linton, is now being worked by
these gentlemen. ! It lies six miles south
west of this city, and its ores are very
rich. Two shafts i are being sudU. Mr.
Harrison leaves next Monday and will
bring back with him an engine and hois
ting machinery, which is to be erected
immediately. This is a ; good sign it is
a detriment to mining here, that so few
natives go into it. It is to be hoped that
others will follow the lead of these enter
dred feet. They found continuous vein's
of rich salpharet ores. x
In 1874 the property passed from their
hands, and was bought by Messrs, M-L.
and Ii. J. Holmes, of this city, who are
the present owners, j The I mine has not
been worked since the date of purchase.
t is estimated that between j three, aud
bur millions of gold has been taken from
hese mines since their opening. Tun
nels have been run on veins nine hundred
feet, on others three hundred feet.
Mr. Barr, who is putting np Adams'
redaction works at Charlotte, N. C, vis-
ted Gold Hill three months ago, and es
timated that there were five thousand
tons of tailings on the property. He took
a quantity of the tailings from which he
reported an assay of $41,50 per ton. This
fact is only mentioned to show the rich
ness of the ores at this untie. 'During the
most prosperous times at Gold Hill, there
were between twelve; andilftecu hundred
inhabitants in the little towM. This is
the largest and most valuable mining pro
perty yet discovered'in NorthCarolina.
Dr. Eames and Mr. Wm. ;Brandreth,
have returned from Jefferson.! They went
te that place from here and returned by
way of Statesville. Mr. Brandreth was.
acting as a committee of one, in behalf
of the North State Mining ' Company, his
object being to report the most practical
route for the Company's proposed rail
road. In a conversation with him, con
cerning the Salisbury and Jefferson
scheme and Salisbury's interest in it, he
begged us to say to the committee that
he was not in position to speak to them
definitely, as he was merely out to go
over the routes and make a report to the
Company, and that the report woald be
made and due consideration given to all
parties. He returned to New York last
liwiiu,! U'h i now liaij'.li!
lu i laical iustruim'iiU of
iltng organ iini ju.iics.
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; music and
iaJs, i:icl u-
I.:i.4 TuoKtlav, sixteen vears a ro, Salis
.burv'wtw somewhat excised a '-fourth
'J ul v, ltI ie' was being held in the north
? em suiili western parts of the city and
StoiiMuau's Cavafery to;k dinner here
that daj- at night we had i'fircworks."
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UnkI'kctkd Honor. Mr. Theo. F.
Kluttz f this city was made one of the
-Vice Presidents of the Caswell Memorial
Aauociation, which was organized on the
28th ot March, in the town of Kinston.
-Theobject of the Association is to build
snioiiumeut to Gov. Caswell.
Mr, r V in. Murdoch left hero Wcdqcs
daj rabruiug to bid ou the contract for
gKulhigj awd brick mason's work, ou the
oifiniitiied portion" of the Morristown
branclUf the East Tenn. and Virginia
Eailrotiii. There is about four miles of
this to lie completed in order to connect
With the Western N. C. Road.
Tltc Work of Construction, U go Rapidly
- On last Tuesday the directors and
stockholders of the Western N. C. Rail
road, held an -adjourned meeting in this
city.. The stockholders reorganized aud
elected the followi ng officers :
President. A. 11. A11.lru.vs4 Directors:
Cl. A. S. Buford,1 Gn. It. IK Vance,
Judge Avery, Samuel II. Wiley, Fran k
Cox, Win. II. Anderson, ? Geu. T. M.
Lgan,antV Ma.i..Jas:. H.Jol.v, i ,
Resulnlioiis wero pasnr:l authorizing
tin? President and Director to take the
most active ineusures to insure progres.
in tli3 cisr;"utiu of t!io Road. ; They
have full authority to act iu furthering
A GIGANTIC SCHEME.
A gentleman, represeting a large man
ufacturing establishment of the State of
Rhode Island, has becn at the' Narrows
of the Yadkin, with Jihe je w of getting
a huge water power. It Is proposetl to
cut a canal from Stoked Ferry to the
mouth of the Uwharrie River. The agent
proposes to do the work if practicable
Col. Jno. F. Cotton, from whom we get our
information, thinks it entirely practical,
and proposes survey iug a portiou of the
route himself and report on the feasibility
of the plan.. Such a work would do more
to develop that section than possibly any
other means could accomplish. A rail
road would then be an nssurred thing, and
the vast mineral resources of old Mont
gomery would be brought faee to face
with the world.
iu unijMij'ieu worn.
" la another column will.be found the
phm of ihe executive committee for selee
ting candidates for the approaching mu
Jicipaj elction. It seems to lo a very
proper document, and gives the wards an
PPportiiiity for selecting exactly whom
they wish to represent them.
Fiue.4-Th dwelling house of Mr.
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fW A.snof, of Franklin township, was
uwju oy nro laat Tuesday evening.
ukk nreon the roof, and the flames
ers toe far advanced before discovery
rret tl.em. Most ofXho household
ffood were saved. Lss several hundred
(4. tb f
is nnite refrnftliin' .1
uto GMkill's store. His spring goods are
"aiitifiil aHdilisiilaTd with .nil
; tlebst atlvautagc-Jonea. McCnbbins
t 19 display, with m uch taste their
Ross has hot the room to
JPfMdjout, hut his jjew lawns take tl0
J. P erm. I fact alf our al ver.
m, aml hy that wo mean the live,
fift-a-bead business men of the place, are
f Mhing old foggy i8ln to the wall, and
Propose te succeed -by vim. and enter
Col.no. p. Cottoa has onr thanks for
juit of specimens sent this week. Among
Men, are pebble, and conglomerate from
rjf" ajuetliystino (uarUfrom
iiaVV P.levv'" a co,gloneratc, containing
trrU aml iaolite'from Cotton
pne Mountain, and ores from tho Bet-
Hfpe an lessen Mines of Mqqt-
the Ef-- ?6 al8 8ent a jQoral oflfcrioS t
flownU,or Alitor, coasting of double
jeuT Pach a4 almond, cherrv,
mffi' r0SC bQd' --awberry, snow
mnA U mentton these to show how
h wore advanced I
wure aavaticed iIia ri !a ;.. ii,-
Cotton onlv lives
"Mm 80UtliMK r 4i.r ..v. ...
Tho Stockholders adjourned for
completion of further business, to
2St!i of May, -
Mr. G. P. Erwin retains his position of
Secretary aud Treasurer. Mr. J. R. Mc
Murdo was re-appoiuted Geueral Freight
and Passenger Agent.
These two re-appoiutments aro espe
cially gratifying to our people. - ;
Col. Bnford. iuforroed us that large
purchases of rait had been made, and
that they are now on the way to be
placed on tho road. Negotiations for the
uecessary supply of rails for tho summer
are now on hand, and every practical
arrangement has been made for prosecu
tiug the construction, and tho improve
ment of the old roadway between Salis
bury and Morgan ton, by proper repairs.
Col. 'Bufordt said that contracts forJn-
cr easing the rolling stock had been made,
and that he had also contracted for new
GOLD HILL, ROWAN COUNTY.
Gold Hill, now an incorporated town o
five hundred or more inhabitants, lying
fourteen miles south of Salisbury, 'would
probably never have been built, bad it not
been for tho existence of its gold. An abl e'
viated historic sketch of the mineswhicl
gavo rise and nourishment to this place
may be of interest ; especially so, as there
seems a prospect of an early reopening of
the mines. Gold was first discovered in
1842, by some prospectors, and what is
now known as Gold Hill, is comprised o
four mineral properties: Tho Hunny
cut," the "Old Fields," the "Bernhardt,'
and tho "Randolph." These we .'will view
first singly, aud afterwards collectively.
The Hunnycut was discovered by Gulp
and Hunnycut, while panning in a branch
Following up the ravine, they found out
eroppiiigs of a vein. From this they took
a rock weighing about a hundred pound
which they crushed iu a mortar and pan
ned. It yielded eighty-livo penny weight
ofguld. cOn this spot they sunk a shaft
two hundred feet, and run cross cues, de- : ''
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velopiug several rich veins, fn those r
days (1842) the machinery no v employed
hi mining was unknown, and tlieso men
operated with the priniativc horse - whim,'
by which they lifted the water and 010
from the mine! For crushing -ore, they
used what was then known as a horse
"drag" mill. With this simple machine
ry, in the course of about twelve years,
there was taken from this miuo about
two hundred thousand dollars worth of
gold. About this time (1853-4), the lease
nnder which the property was worked,
expired; since which time, very little
work has been done.
The property adjoining, known as the
'01d Fileds," was discovered about; the
same time (1842) by John TroutmanJ who
owjied the land. He leased it to parties
who operated it np to 1853. ; They $unk
some thirty or forty shafts, finding veins
in all ; some very rich and some ordinary.
The deepest shaft ou this place wilji not
exceed one hundred and fifty feet in depth,
They took out fifty thousand dollars
worth of gold.
The "Bernhardt" also adjoining,
For the Watchman.
Ai FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
ARLINGTON GUANO !
Just rreceived Come quick before It is
J, D. McKeely.
A fresh 6npnlv of Mott'a otUrfo
Sweet Cider, just received at
I A. Parker's
A large lot of nice Country Hams, at
j A Parker's
100 pounds Hechler's Sausaco to arrtTA
at i A Po.w.
Fresh Ginger Snaps, at A, Parker's
SPECIAL NOTICE! J. D. Mc-
Neely respectfully informs his numerous
custoniers and tho public, that his time
has been so bnsily occupied at his Head-quartei-s-for
Family Groceries, that he has
not had time to advertise the many nice
things' that he is daily receiving and has
now for sale. So he takes this method to
iavite everybody to call and see what he
has. All coods new and fresh.
Minerals,! am gathering statistics
of gohTniines in Rowan and adjoining
Counties, and" will be obliged to parties
owning mining property, whether de
veloped or not, to forward me intelli
gence of same. 4 Also information of any
other minerals and precious stones to be
found. Specimens from the mines will
be labled aud displayed. Select a medium
sized fair specimen and forward to
T. K. Bruxer, Watchman Office.
Hare come and are opened for inspection. -7-. Ladies come and
them. Yea will surdy be'pl eased. -
- , SPRIG AND SUMMER 01 1881
THE NEATEST AND HOST STYLISH STOCZ OP GOODS
I that has ever been opened iu this city. With great care I purchased
a very fine line of
The meeting convened at the Court
House at 4$ o'clock, p. m April 8th, and
was called to order by Dr. W. A. Wil
bourn. The following persons were pres
ent, viz: Rev. J. Rumple, Rev. L. W.
Crawford, Rev. R. W. Boyd, Rev. JIarry
Cowan', Rev. J. O. Crosby, D. A. Davis,
Robt. Knox, P. N. Heilig, J. J. Bell, Pe
ter Fultz, Dr. W. A. W.ilburpi J. R. Craw
ford, L. Hubbard and R. R. Crawford.
The busiuess of permanent organiza
tion was taken np. D. A. Davis was
nominated and elected" presideut, W. A.
Wilbnrn 1st vice president, Robt. Knox
2nd, Rev. J. O. Crosby 3rd, R. R. Craw
ford Secretary, J. J, Bruner corespouding
Secretary. - ? j
It was moved and seconded that we
have - an Executive Committee oj: six.
The- motion prevailed. It was moved
and seconded that the chair Appoint the
Executive Committee at his leisure. ' The
vote was taken aud-tlje motion carried.
It was moved that we elect a treasurer.
Mr. C. T. Bemhanlt was nominated and
It was moved and seconded that D. A,
Davis be elected Ex-Officio chairman of
the Executive Committee. The motion
Chairman of the Prohibition Associa
tion has appointed the followiug Execu
tive Committee j i
D. A.DavivEx-ofiicio chairman, jMaj,
S, W. Cole, W, h, Kluttz, P. N, Heilig,
Dr. J. J, Summerell, Rev. Mr. Potter col.
Joseph Ballard, col, ' j
There 5 being no other bnsiuess tbe
meeting adjourned, i Subject to the j call
of the President. R. R. Crawford,
- - Secretary,
The Democratic voters of Salisbury
are notified and requested to meet iu their
respective wards, at the phices designated
!eIow, on the night ot Tuesday, April
2Gih, for the purpose of Dominating a
Mayor and eight dommisHiu-ners to be
voted for on the first Moinby in May.
Places of meeting as follows:
North Ward, The Law olHcc of Chas,
East Ward, The Mayor's ofllce.
West Ward, The vacant store recently
occupied by M. Wolf.'
South Ward, The ollice of the National
Each ward will uominate its own two
coiii.'nissioner3 and mayor, and appoint
three representatives to meet with a like
number from each or the other wards to
ascertain and declare the result. The
choice for mayor to be ascertained by ad
diuguptho votes cast in each and all wards
for d i rfereii t ca nd i la ti s, an d t he persons for
W I i i m the largest n timber is east, shall
be declared ttie nominees. k
Tlie repiTseiitativesroin the different
wards will meet in convention at the
Major's othce immediately after the ad-
uitiit of the ward meetings.
Fiiko. F. Kixttz, j
v . Smitiidkal, ; Kx. Com.
Ciias. Pkick. )
Salisbury, N. C. April 13th,
For the V.'atcliman.
discovered the same year, aud -is oii the
tamo "lead" of the "Old Fields," and! was
owned by George Heilig. He leased to
Bernhardt & Co., from which lease it
took its name. Only four shafts yrere
sunk, the deepest, two hundred and fifty
feet. They put up an engino which! ran
several "whims," and used the "Chillian"
mill, with stirrers, tubs and hand rockers
for amalgamating. Their lease alsoj ex
pired in 1853. During this period, some
hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth
of gold was produced. j
The "Randolph" Mine was also discov
ered iu 1842, by Peter Earnhart, and was
leased to a company, of which- he Jwas
the head, A number of shafts were Sunk
to tho depth of three hundred feet, on
veins running parallel to the Beruhkrdt
vein. The first engine carried, to Grold
Hill was erected on this property. It'jriiu
five Chillian mills ajid the amalgamating
machinery, and hoisted the water. Their
lease also expired in 1853. Not less than
one-half million of gold was produced by
this company during these few years.
In 1853, the Troutman, Heilig and
Earnhart properties were consolidated
aud sold to a New York company for three
hundred thousand dollars cash. They! orr
ganized the Gold. Ifill Mining Co, if his
company continued the use of the Chilli
an mills, but tried many other processes
for amalgamation aud finally returned to
the simpler processes, j The first Iwo
yeara of their control, Messrs. M, L.
Holmes and Et Mauney acted as supc in
tendents, dniiug which time one hundred
and fifteen thousand five-hundred and
twenty-five dollars worth of gold, jnet
profit, was paid to the company. After
this time, the company took charge and
ran it successfully ; sinking and driving
on the yeini to. the. depth of seven iiim-
This body convened at the Graded
School Buildii g on tin 2nd, and was
called to order by President Wilbnrn.
Messrs. Beatty, Kluttz, Brown, Thom
asou, McKenzie and M unlock, were re
corded as absentees.
Messrs. S. J. Shiiin, M. -Goodman, and
Miss Lizzie Gilmer, Were elected to ac
tive membership, aud the County Board
of Education to honorary membership.
The principle discussion of interest was
in connection with the second topic for
the day, viz: "Should North Carolina
adopt a Compulsory System of Educa
tion?" It was ably opened in the nega
tive by the leader, Mr. .Geo. A. Greene,
fallowed by a general discussion, partici
pated in by M ssrs. Wiibu; n, Moser,
Fisher, Owen, Mc-Xeil and Davis. The
result of the discussion was embodied in
tho following resolution : Iiesohrd, that
we, Teachers of Rowan County, in con
vention assembled, believe .that North
Carolina should adopt a Compulsory Pub
lic School Law at as early" a day as prac
ticable. The jeas and nays being order
ed, tho vote stood thus: Affirmative :
The President, Davis, Fisher, Moser,
Ueyuolds, Ruthledge, Shinn and McNeill
8. Negative: Greeue, Owen, Goodman
A. and Gooodmau M. 4.
Several queries were taken from the
table and freely discussed.
Committee on the Institute reported
that no definite action had vet been
reached iu regard to I her .State Normal at
tjiis point. .
f Executive Committee reported iis bnsi
ness tor tne next meetings topic I. ine
Subject ef Drawing. Lenders, Misses
Reynolds and Rutledne. Tonic 2. To
what extent should prizes be offered t
Leaders. Rev. F. J. Murdock and J. II
McKenzio. Time, the 1st Saturday (Gth)
ot May. Place, Salisbury. t M.
Stilt. Coming. A steamship of the
North German Lloyd Line arrived at
New York, Saturday, with 982 immi
grants aboard, making a grand total for
the week of 7,34, and for the month;
12,544 an excess of 7,724 over tho uum
ber arriving at the same time last year.
Fasiiioxable Dress Making. Mrs
Kate Lane proposes to open rooms up
town at an early day for the purpose of
carrying on the abovo business. "She is
already prepared to receive orders for
work, but for the present ladies are re
quested to call at her home, aud they
will be promptly served.
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Showing Actual Cost to Members
of 4,000 Insurance for One
Year March 1,187 9, to
March 1, 1880)r
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years.
30 u 40
40 " 45
4o " 50
50 " 55
55 " Go
. . 21 25
.. 25 50
.. 51 00
.. 63 00
J. D. BIclMeely, Ag't,
A Smooth Cornplexiou can bo had by
every laay who will use rarKer's Umger
Touic. For promptly regulating the liv
er aud kidneys and purifying the blood
there is nothing like it, and this is the
reason why it so quickly removes pimples
and gives a rosy bloom to the check. See
notice, i M3toAr3 1
AND miMMlSOS TO SUIT ALL IN PERFECT STYLE,
White Goods, Notions, Domestics, Cassimeres, Shoes
both Ladies' and Gent's-Parasals, Fans, and -Under-Ware.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS:
And in this line I have the well know Keep's Shirts, Collars aud Scarfs, which
. arc perfectly lovely. And as to
You could find a larger stock, bat nicer, better quality and more Desirable Stylet
can't be found in North Carolina. 1 selected my Stock with the utmost care, and
with an eye to the pleasure of our young and middle-agwl men- who love nice,
neat fitting clothes-
My very large busiuess last year must bo due to some good cause.
Surely the Best Styles at the lowest prices, coupled with square
dealing was the inducement.
Very Kindly, Sec,
J. D. GASEILL.
SALISBURY, N. C, March, 24, 1831.
A Graed Reputation .
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation that is not lim
ited by the confines of section oy eountry.
there are no injurious substances, nor
taise and temporary stimulants in the
preparation. It -is .purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed severe tests, and wou endorse
ments from some of the highest medical
talent in the country. N. Y. TTorW.
Bast Syrups, at iower Prices
than can be had any where else
in the Cit7.
It wi'I be to the interest of Housekeepers
to call on
WT-.a-a Vi tT? irtll tMin t,- i-ooalvA frr t Vi of v mATiPY
all first class Groceries, at lowest cash prices: Such
uu.k;i;u, Qiiuii, iato, au. van auu v& vomiuv
SAtlSBURY. nr. c,
Mattresses And ' Brooms.
WouK and Matekiai. superior to an
in the State, and at prices lower thau for
Northern work of same grade. Work on
sale at Meroncy & Bro.'s, and orders left
with them will be promptly filled. Give
length and width of Mattresses wanted.
LF Prepared to tune Pianos on short
notice at reduced prices, aud if satisfac
tion not given no charge will be made..
S V 1 j m : MS
SEA FOWL GUANO
Is highly endorsed by the many who have used it, and I have jold away-
But for the Information
of those who arc waiting for it I will state that
SEVERAL CAR LOADS MORE WILL BE HERE AT ONCE,,
ONE ON TO-MORROW, So all can be supplied.
J. D. GASKILL.
2L rcu M. &
WINSTON TOBACCO MARKET.
Lugs Common Red
AruiL, 14, 1881.
- - - 3.50 4.0()
JJright - - 5.000.00
Good ----- 7.0O8.00
Fillers Common - - - - 5.006.00
- Good - - - - 7.00D.OO
a inne - - 10.00 14.00
Wrappers Common - - - lo.0020.00
" Good - - - 30.0040.00
NORTH CAROLINA, JAILROAD.
Iu Stanly county' on the: 31st day of
March, by Milas ltitchie, Esq., Mr. J. C.
Miller and Miss 11. A. Parker.'
On the 31st of March, 1831, Mrs Amelia
Propst' wife of Eli A. Propstdied after
a long protracted illness. She was bap
tised and confirmed in St. John's Evaug.
Lutheran Church, Cabarrus County, X; C.
At her removal, with her husband, to
Rowan she united with the brethren of
Bethel Evaug. Luth. Church. She was
an affectionate wife and kind mother.
She was meek, patient, and faithful,
during all her sickness, and died in the
full hope of a blessed immortality.
Date. May 13, 1330.
Arrive at llillsboro
Arrive at GoiasDoro
3 iW) a.ru
6 03 "
; 31 "
8 20 "
8 00 "
4 io p.m.
5 54 "
7 37 "
10 00 "
0 00 p.m.
11 47 a.m.
3 00 "
v'iT-fnnftr!taal SaUsbury with W. N. H. K. for
all nolnts In western ivonu aruiia, uaiij cavv
SundaysJ At Greenstoro with the K. & D. Railroad
for alf points North. at ana w est. ai o"""
V. & W. RaUroad lor Wilmington.
No 45 Connects at Greensboro with the R.
Railroad for all points North, East .and w est.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I No, 4S, I No. 42, I No.5,Dall
Dat. May 15, isso. 1 Dallv. I Dally. 1 ex.Sunday
Leave" Greensboro 10 10 aan. 6 34 a-m.
. of P iWffh 12 25 n.m. l0 45 " :
Vvn at. Durham ! 4 52 ! $
llillsboro 5 30
Greensboro 7 50
Leave i " , . j f f?
Arrive Hljrh Point S5a
4 Salisbury lloi
Charlotte 1227 p.m
rrr 73 rni9 at f;rw n .bf ) ro with Salem Brnch.
At Air-Line Junctton with Ajt C. . A. L.
il nn1nt4 SOUtn anu Buuiunrau -
eV C & Railroad for all points South 4 South-tC-
HAiiXrVwlth V. S. C. Railroad, dally,
except Sundays, for all points In Western ortn
CnS 402Connects at Air-Line Junctton with A.
C. A.' L. RaUroad for ail points South and South-West-
6 5 a.m i
3 45 p. m.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO
PACIFIC GUMHOMPANY. "
THE! LEADING COTTON FERTILIZER.
By reference to the reports for the past several years made by the North Caroli
na Experiment Statiou, it will be seen that Soluble Paeifte Guano (tested by th
commercial value) has held tlie highest rank among tho forty or fifty different
brands of commercial fertilizers offered for Bale in the State.
This is a splendid, but not undeserved, tribute to tho Tacfic Goaao Co m piny ,
which fot sixteen years lias manufactured an article universally Admitted to be nir
surpassed in its remarkable effects upon the growth of the great Southern staple.
Indeed, so well kuown is Soluble Pacific Guano, that we' have almost ceased to issue
circulars except for distribution in the more remoto districts and in those recently
opened to Railroad transportation.
Although we have thousands of testimonials as to the valne of Soluble Pacific Gu
ano, w will only publish below a few from some of the leading farmers of thhj and
adjoining connties, which will serve to stimulate inquiry among those who have not
used it, and will result iu securing favorable personal testimony from its old patrons
to those who are desirous of learning its results in tlie past, whicb results, corabia
ed with the solid reputation of the Pacitic Guano Company, are a sufficient guaran
tee that the standard will be strictly maintained in the future.
TESTIMONIALS : ''.
J. Allen Brown, Agt;J
The Pacific Guano bought of you last season paid us well, and We can safely re
commend it to all wanting a reliable Standard Manure, especially for all kinds of
crops and lands. Expect to use it more extensively this season.'
S. F. Lord, Eowan County. D. S. Talbert, Stanly County.
A M Glover, " " T C Harris,
AF Graeber, " " D W Crowell.
John Ingle, " "
Having used the Soluble Pacific Guano for several past seasons we take pleasure
in recommending it as the best paving and most relmhlc Standard Guano on tho
market. Have nsed several other brands and find the Pacific always to pay best.
Cornelius Kestler, Kowan County. Lawsoti l rcxier, Kowan uonnty.
Wm. B Kluttz, " " T J. Sumner.
T C Watson, " " J F E Brou n,
Jh Cress, " " WJ-Houck,
J. If I.inebarrier. " " tSP Lippard.
Reubin and Calvin Harrison, J. M. C. Penninger, G. II. neilig,
CP" Have a number of other special certificates, which can be seen in iny office.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt
20-Ora Office over Crawford & Cos liar i ware Store,'