THURSDAY, APRIL 21, I88K
:- i aftpr t.tiA 1st tlav of Jannarvi
1831 the subscription price of the n atch-
wnvm oe as umywB s
One yedr, paid in advance, - $1.50
i payment delayed 3 months,2,00
f payment delayed" 12 months 2.50
T Most of the community .went fishing
last Monday. ,
" Mr-John II. Enniss has a lot of eoffee
growing in his garden.
Do not forget to'attend theward meet
ings next Tuesday evening.
The Skating Rink; will be opened Fri
day night. New skates and rollers.
The calico ball is reported as a success
a pleasant evening with good mnsic.
'a i v-oni- Rliolinr in in WaBhinirton
; ,wri i'"""
'"rltjf, and wilt saik for -England next
' h'he Episcopal, Lutheran and Methodist
li.itiilsomelv decorated for
VfHM viio . w ,
i Mr. T. E. Brown has returned from
Deuton, Texas. He reports a very lively
season. The farmers are plowing corn.
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Mr. J. Y. Barber, speaks through the
Business locals of a very superior lot of
stonte and glassware to be sold Saturday.
U Mr. Peter Frercks has added to his
shops one of Beckett & McDowell's en -gines
of sufficient power to ran all the
machinery, - .
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; sijerifT Waggoner, has been suffering
several lays witkpnetimnia ; but at the
present moment is reported as improv-
ingj - -
f : Rev. F. P. Harrell, has. taken pastoral
" charge of Prospect church in this couniy,
aud -Fifth Crtsek in Iredell. He Resides
in the parsonage at Prospect.
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Maj. Jam. Wilson, general snpei in ten-
: dent f the West. X. C railroad; has or-
i dew to advertise for five hundred hands
to he placed on the. Duck town branch.
'Ids' looks like business.
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1 PERSONALS. Capitalists and mining
engineers in the City this week,! looking
after property and mining interest gen
I Mr, Wm.F. Buckley, of New York, pro
prietor of Dunn's Mountain minel
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W. T. Brooks, of Denver, Colorado
Mining Engineer. .
1 Capt John McCasey, Mining Engineer,
late of Arizona, now with Beckett & Mc
Dowell. Will make Salisbury headquar
ters for the present.- r
The following abbreviations are employ
ed: i . - -
Mr.? Robt. D. Allen, of Philadelphia,
negotiating for mineral lands a few miles
southeast of Salisbury. j
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I Mr. Walter Tregelas, of London, Eng
land, and Mf. Wm. Treloar, mining en
gineer, also of London, are here in the
interest of English capitalists, 'and are
negotiating for property in this county.
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Hon. Alex. Del Mar, mining engineer,
late director of the United States Bureau
of Statistics, and Mining Commissioner
for the United States Monetary Commis
sion, has been here examining mineral
properties. He expresses hiniselfas per
fectly satisfied with the country as min
eral bearing. He examined the Crowell,
and says that it has a formation very
like the Bodie district in California. We
learn, that his report on that property
will be very flattering.
I - BV J.R. ' -
ROLL OF HONOR,
Sgt. sear gent.
Ord. Sgt. ordinance
a for age.
en for date of entrance
h d honorably dis
charged. pr promoted. .
d in jp died in prison
and a number of
OFFICERS, FIELD AND STAFF, ; . "
Chas. F. Flshr; Col., May 16, 61, o 40, Manask
sas Jnly il, ei.
A. M. Nesbltt, Surgeon, en May lft,l,a 45, tr to a Va.
Keg. July 15, 1. i
Julius A. Caldwell, Asst. Surgeon, May is, 61,
a 82, . i
C. A. Henderaon, Asst. Surgeon, en May 16. 1, a M.
OFFICER CO, A. .
James C. Turner, Capt. en May 16, 61, a S2. '
OFFICERS CO. 6.
James A. Cralge, Capt,, en May 15, 61, a 2o, pr to
Mai. 51 Retr. JuLr 17. 62. to i
R. Rusb Smlia, en May U6, 61, 1 Lt.
James T. Kosenborough, en May 26, 61, Sd Lt.
J no. P. !. Barrtngrer, l Sertrt., en May 2,1
c nneu, May 31, 62
Xe desire to publish in a short time,' a
toi!iplote list f the luiinnnl. or metal-
, beiUitig lands in this county. To lo Uiis,
ihMi having s:c!i m jM-itic, will le;i.st
Hof Sfy us of them, so that they may np-,
?4lfj. Sing'iam has our tlnn'is for.
miiinvitatioiJ to ttt:ml :i j : i I s t. deo:itj-1)0-iwi-fa
the IvalisrfKiIc nd i'olemic Liter--ary
BiK-ictU's of PiijaJM Srhxwil. The
in.f ilafioiis arc fh'gaii'tly -engraved, wilh
Stock L vw Slcckss. The Stocklawl
lection in tlurGraeher Mill District, on
the 10th, isHltedas follows,
;Xo Stock "Law
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- Mijnrity . . 23
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Spring has verily conin that inevita
ble precarsor, the hand organ man, has
I been here. If it were not for swallows
i.aiid hand-organ -men there would be iio
spring at least people would not notice
it so much.
; HENRY TREXLER MIXE.
This property lies six miles, a little
south of east, from Salisbury, on the
Bringle Ferry road. It is owned by Mr.
John II. Enniss, of Salisbury, and the
heirs of IJenryl Trexler. The property
was worked before the war by Col. Chas.
F. Fisher and Henry' Simonton They
sunk a shaft some sixty feet taking out
quartz and sulphuret ores which yielded
them from thirty-five to forty dollars per
ton. Others estimate the ores at a great
er .value. The rein is from eighteen
inches to two feet wide, and was Ion the
improve when the war caused work toi
cease. Mr. Enniss is having the shaft re
opened, preparatory for work. . It lies iu
tliegold belt,1 and is considered valua
IIENDERSOX COUNTY MINES,
i A private letter from Henderson villc,
iii forms us that that connty has gold, sil
ver, and leal mines, and that jiron is
found in abundance throughout tlie coun
ty. IIopo to be able to givo more definite
imports iu regard to Ilcbdersen (after
while. . . !
j CROCKER GOLI MESfE.
j An organization was completed in this
city last vjfck, lor tlic purposo of woik
141 g t-l ik ( taker Gol d Mi u e" neii r S pa r
tiiubrrfg, S. C, Tiw .property "lias been
leasMi by tint lollowing gsntlemoiu .:
Messi-s. A. II. lioyden, D. L. Bringle,
M. Jj. Holines, W. T. lii-ooks anil N. D,
IJigginrt. Jt I contains two hnmlheJ 11 ml
!ji ty-even ai-H'R. Tht'ie are two veins
n tiie place, bntjts nealtlt consista of
tj-ee gold found in the grit bedsj Nug
gets are fi'equently picked up after rains,
Aome wcichintr as much astwebty-rwo
iruiuywwght. The cwmpany will send
joAvn delegation next week to examine,
aWd determine what character of machin
ery to erect. 'They will work sluice
washing machinery. Glad to see so many
Salisbury men moving.
I Mr. C. E. Mills of this city, is develop
ing the D. A. Goodman gold mine. It is
a fine property of twa hundred and five
acres, lying seven miles from Salisbury,
- jA nnmher of wagons from Ashe Coho
y, have been here this week. The moun
I'tivin ieoplfe cau not break them sel vesof
iheir old habit. Salisbnry is the place
tfof tlieni to trade and they will come
jve thciu iaeouragemeut by putting
goods at the lowest ligures.
klr. John M. Greer-field. fornierlv - as-
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L,"ti:nea wttu Mr. J. l Jioss in uwicuan
d'hghere? has gone to .Kernevsv411ei,
: N. CM anj -will manaiacture tobaccou He
. as. valuable man. and weregivt that
ircnuutancss called him hence. His
mother, Mrs. Greenfield, dees not go with
Jam, but will remain here and continue
the millinery business. Sh has in a
. buatitiful Spring stock..
AStam Fire Eucine, and how it could
rinsed is SalisburyThose interested in
,tlie fire departments, and who havo con-
plated our complete destitution in
ngeats of defence against devouring
i flames, have mentally arranged a plan
; ttirtue preservation of property in case
01 fire. The plan is about as follows
f I? u Prosed, in the first pi aee, that the
i wn provide a steam fire eucine. Then
' it is .further proposed to put into the pub
n wel ad in such private ones, as are
' nfpst advantagously situated, a suction
-' ke This tube may be of any size, ahd
composed of terra cotta.or some sub
BNce which will not affect the water.
4' tue toPj cap to be worked by a
trench, at which, place the suction hose
ine engine will be attached.- This
tube may go into a well r a numo and
ill not he jQ the way-th object being
, ff Rave cost and construction 'of 'cisterns;
tt at liieauie time to olace the fire de
Partment (so-called) in position to render
Votive Service in case of firer It is to
7? iiopeu that some attention will be
paia to this matter.
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favfi , -ure meant of restoring
oTffithH?lbr of the isTurnished
LJJa,r.ker' Hair Balsam, which i de-
libewi ' PP?Ur f,-oul iu superior clean
Ore Knob, the famous oppeT mine of
this State, has issued a circular calling
lor 200 more hands. This mine is paying
An exchange says ; Among; all its
wealth in minerals, the United States
caunot reckon tin. Wales furnishes
most of what is used in onr country.
At a recent meeting of the Natural
Sciences of Philadelphia, Air. Carril
Lewis, a young scientist, but already
df considerable celebrity, exhibited a
small piece of tin ore, said to be found
in Surry county, North Carolina. Th
fait that it was a. genuine native pro
duct, was,- - however,' received'by ihe
body with some hesitation. I.
David M. Uaslnger, t Serjrt.,' May2, 61, a 23, jrto
1 Sergt. Nov. 1, 2. - 1
Wm. c. Cooper, 3 Sergt., en Hay W, 61, a , d of v
ree'd at Soarpsburg, Sept. to, .
Geo. H. Brown, 4 Sergt., en May 29, 61, a 80, pr to
1 Sergt. July 1, 53, to at Sd Manassas, te and at
Gettysburg. - j
Wm. Owens, 1 Corp., en May 89, 61, a to, May 81,
Lewis H. Kotnrock. 2 Corp., en May 29, 61, a Si, pr
8 Lt., Dec. 20, 61, prl Lt.
Abram MlUer, S Corp.. en May 29, 61, a 20,
Klcaard Graham, 4 Corp., en May 29, 61, a 19.
Privates Co. G,
Allen, Bartley en May 29, 61, a 28, 0 Nov. T, Rap.
Atwell, Caas. F. en May 29, 61, a 84, pr corp. Nov.
Baker, Jos. N. en May 29, 61, a 19. 0 Nov 7 63 Rap.
Bostlan, Jno. A. en June 5, 61, a 20, e Nov. 7 63, Rap.
K. R. Bridge.
Bostlan. Geo. W. en Mar 29. 61. a 13.
lfiacKweiaer, jacoo s. en May 29; 61. a 21, 0 July k,G3.
Black welder, Alex. V. en May 29, ci, a 23, k Seven
Pines, May 81, 62.
Bringle, Joan en May 29, 61, a 18, 0 Nov. 7, Rap.
It. li. Bridge.
Cauble, William Martin en May 29, 61, a 83, 0 Nov. T
Rap. R. R. Bridge, w 7 Pines, i
CorrelL Joseph en May 29, 61, a 29.
Cress, Tb.03 en May 29, a 25, k Sharpsburg, Sept.
Corrloer Jacob B. en May 29, 61, a 24, k Manassas
July 1, 61.
CorrtHer, Wash. E. en May 29, 61, a IS, k 7 Pines
May 81, 62.
Corrler, Amos B. en May 29, 61, a 19, k Manassas
Dancy, Naphthall L. en May -29, 61, a 23, k Manassas
July 1, 61.
Eagle, Moses I. en May 29, 6t, n!l9, dot d Oct. 4, 61.
Edwards, T. L. en June 5th, 61, a 17.
Freeze, Wiley en May 29. 61, o is, dot d Nov. 25, 61.
Freeze, Mike en May i9, 61, 19, d ot d Sept. 4, 61.
Fesperraan, Levi A. en May 29, 61, o 23, e Kap. R. R.
Bridge, Nov. 7, 63.
Graham, Jno. C. en May 29, 61, a 82, 0 Rap. R. R.
Bridge, Nov. 7, 63. ;
Gibbous, Anderson en May 29, 61, a 22.
Gullet, Andrew J. en May 29, 61, a XI, 10 and e at
" Gettysburg, July 1333.
Hall, James O. en May 29. 61, o 19, h d Aug. 4, 61. !
Il<, James A. en May 29, 61, a so, ie below lUeh
Howard, John en May 29, 61. a 23, to and e Rap. R.R.
Bridge, w at Manassas.
Pelllg, Jno. F. en May 29. 61, a 19, e Rap. R.IR.
Bridge, Nov. 7, 63. I
Hess, Jno. en May 29, t,a 20, b at Manassas Junc
tion, Jul- 21, 61. j
Josey, Moses C en May 29. 61, a 2ft. s
Johnson, Harrison m May 29, 61, a 18,0 at Rap.
R. R. Bridge, Nov. 7, 63.
line, Caleb J . n May 61, a 2L " !
Miller, Jacub SV. e May 29, 61. u 25, v at Manassas
July 21, 61. . j
MlUer, benezer IL en May 29, 6t, a 22, t at Rap.
K. It. Bildtre, Not-. 7, S3. ,
Marfan, Calvin R. en March a, 64, 18, Winches
ter, Va., both legs broken, one amputated.
Miller, Emanuel en May 2, 61, a 26, 0 itap. R, It.
hddge, Nov. 7, 63. .
MUler, Wm. Westley en May 9, 61, a 19, to at Seven
Floes, May SI, 62, pr 4 Cory.
Miller, John L. en May 29, 61, a 20, k at SharpsWirg
Sept. 17, &. j
M!..rgaB, Noah en March 5, ftl, a 13, v Oct. 13. 64. i
Miner, Henry W. A. en July l, 61. a 21, pr 2 SM 42d
itegx.. March 15. 62.
Morgan, Moses Levi en July 1, 61, a 23, Galjaes'
arm, J une 2. 63. r
Noah, Geo. V.. en July 1, 61. a 25, i Manas. June.
July 21. 61. f
Nance, Shadrack en July 1, 61, a 27, died In prison.
Owens, Henry C. en July l, 61, 19, pr to sergt.
Nov. 1. 62, c. I
Owen3, Joseph F. en July 1, 61, a 2Q, .0 at Rap. R. R.
Bridge, jnov. 1. 63.
-Overcash, .James W. en. July 1, 61, a 24, 0 at Rap.
it. it. linage, jnov. i. 63.
Pogue, Ellas James eu July 1, 61, a 21, e Rap. R, R.
unaxe. mo v. l 63.
Porter, Wm. lleary en July 1, 01, o 23, t I PlBes
May 31. 02. I
Ritchie, Henry W.nJuIy 1, 61, a 20 w, at Shdrps-
dutr, ept. 11, 6. i
Ritchie, Charles en July 1, 61, a 28, e Jun. 2T, 62
Jacob M. Ritchie, en July 1, 61, a 27, 0 Ran. lt. It
Bridge, Nov. 7.63
Ritchie. Wm. M. en 51ay-29, 61. 23. . d Oct. 61.;
Russel, James W. en May 29. 61, a 21, to And e at
Gettysburg, jury l 6.
Redwlne, Peter W. en May 29, 61, a 18, &t fialnes'
Farm, July 27, 62. i
Rendleman, Laurence T. en May 29, 61, a 19, i at
seven fines. i
Shuplng Noah R. en May 29, 01, a 81, 10 at 2d Manas
sas. Aue. 29. 62.
Shuplng, Mike en May 29, 61, a 22, h d Nov. 10, 61.
Sheppard, John en May 29, 61, a 34, 0 at Rap. It. R.
Bridge, jnov. t, w.
Sloop, David Alex, en May 29, 61, a 23, tr to Regt.
Band Dec. 1. 63.
Sloop, Wm. J. A. en July 1, 61, a 18, d ot rf-Sept. 15,
Smith, Wm. A. en July 1, 61, o 13, t at Seven Pines,
Mar 31. 62.
Smith, Jacob S. en July 1, 61, a 21, at Manassas
June, juiy 21, l
Suulllbarrier, Wm. S. en July 1 61. a 19, v at Sharps
burg. Sept. 17, 62.
Swisher, Alex. C. en July 1. 61, a 23.
Starrett, Geo. M. en July 1, 61, a 19, te at 7 Plnos.
Safrlt, Jacob Monroe en June 5, 61, a 19, at Manas.
June. JU1V 21. 61. !
Setzer, Jason D. en June s, 61, a 19, k Manassas
Junction, July 21. 1
Trexler,' Adam en May 29, tl, a 20.
Trexler, Marcus en ilay 29, 61, a 22, -e at Rap. R. R.
Bridge, Nov. 7, 63. i
Thaxton, Thos. c. en May 29, 61, a 20 w at 2d Manas-
Spears, J. F. ' -
Thomason, Pink w at Rlchniona.
Waters, John. i , - -
Wedlock, w. - -
Tth Rsgixxnt. . -
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Knox, John 0, 1 Lt. en May 16 61, a 2t, pr to Capt.
April 4, tl. - i
Knox, Joseph. A. en May 29, 63,' a 81; k at Gettys
burg, July 8, 63. . 1
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Burwell, Henry en Aug. 1, 63, a 83, w at Sharpsburg.
Link, John en Aug. 1, 62, 0 24. -, ; - - .
Link, Oliver en Aug. 1, 62, a 30.t 5 - "
MlUer, Jacob C. en Aug. 1, 6J, a S3, t Spotts. C. JJ.,
May 12, 64. f -
Parker, James A. en Aug. 1, 62, ' is, e at Sharps
burg, Spotts. C. H. May 18, 64.
Stokes, Obedlab en may 16, 62, b 83, d of d Nov. 62.
; CO. P. Orncsas. "
John McLeoud Turner, Capt. en may 16, 61, a 19, pr
to maj. may 3. 63, pr to Lt. Col- to la side at New
bern, N. C, t In head at 2d Manassas, dangerous
ly w at Fredericksburg, Va.;- Dec. 13, 62, to through
right lung and In the bead, 4a foot and through
waist at Gettysburg, July 3, 63, by which he was
permanently disabled. i
Win. H. Crawford 1 Lt. en may' 16, 61, a 83, pr to
Capt. Co. B. 42 Regt.
Thos. O. Williamson 2 Lt. en raly IS. 61, a 23. -
Elon G. Blackmer 3 Lt. en may 16, 61, a 22.
JohnK. Pearson 3 Lt, en Oct. 10, 63, k la front Pe
tersburg, 64. ..
Hamilton J. Pendleton 5 Sergt. !n June- 4, 61, a 23, r
missing in batue ot Newbern, N. C
James C. Johnson 1 Corp. en July 1, 61, a 21.
Wm. C. Fesperman 4 Corp. en July 8, 61 a 22, pr to
1 Sergt. Oct. j, in at Richmond, w at Fredericks
burg Dec. 1 6.
Jno. W. Rough,' Draper, en July is. 61, a 18.
Ayers, Solomon K. en June 21, 61, a 2T pr to Sergt.
63 for gaUantry anl good conloct.
Arey, B. C. en Aug. 20. 62. '
Baker, Wm. en July 2. 61. a 19. :
Brown, James II. en June 20, 61, a 24, i at Chancal-
Iorsvllle. may 3. 63.
LBaslnger, B. p. en Aug. 23, 63, 0 at CnanceHorsvillej
may , dj. .-
Bastnger, Harrell M. en Aug. 2. 62. e at Gettysbir.
Cauble, David M. m, June -15, 61, a 19, pr to Corp.
Jan. 1, 63, in beiow Richmond.
Coyle, Adam e June 3, 61, a l, w. at Caancellors
Cline, James en Oct. 20, ,61, a 5d.
Deberry, David S. en June 13, 61 a 17, e at Gettys
Earnhardt, Lorenzo S. en Juno 13, 61, a IS, c at Get
tysburg and exchanged.
Eller, Jesse en Aug. 2t'. 62.
Eller, Caleb en Aug. to. 62.
Fight, Henry T. en Jane s, 61. a 21, pr to Corp.. Color-Bearer
at Gaines' Mill where w, and ve at Fred
Graham, Hezefclaa C. en July 1, 61, a 31.
Headlnger, Wiley en June 4, 61, a 23.
Hooks. Geo. E. en Jun 5, 6J. a 23.
HIU, Henry G. en July l, 61, o 19, k at Ox Hill, Sept.
Hauler, Ch as. W. en July 20, 61, a 19, w at Freder
icksburg, leg amputated.
Johnson, John en July 8, 61, a IS.
Klnnerly, John A. en Juna 6, 61, a 23, k at Wllllams
rtort. Md.. June 6. 63.
Klnnerly, Chas. W. en June 15, in, a 20.
Knox. James G. en April 7, 62, d 2.
Mlll3 Wood-wn D. en June 3, 61, a 40 ft at Ox Hill.
sept, l, 62,
Myers, Jno. H. en June 15, 61, n 19, k at Frazler's
Farm, June 30, 62.
Kayo and Commlssioneri of SaYabury:
TbunlersinieJ, appointed at ihe rect-
alar meeting iu February, to draft . reso
lutions of thanks, as indicated beiow, re
spectfully beg leave to report :
f Iicsoleed: Thattlie tbanks of this body,
aid through us the thanks efthe citizens
df Salisbury, are doe, and are .hereby
tkarmly tendered te Col. A. B. Andrews,
of the R. & D. Rail Road, for free; trans
portation of a large quantity of fire wood,
and to Major J. H. McBlnrdo, of tlie W.
N. C. R. R., for famishing at cost at sev
eral times, large quantities of fuel, for
the xi se of onr citizens during the recent
severe weather, when we were cut oflq
from onr usual supplies, exposed ; to the
rigors of an almost Arctic winter.) Much
real distress was relieved by these kindly
and charitable acts of CoL Andrews and
Maior McMurdo, and dire suffering, which
otherwise Baust have been ineTitable, was
thereby prevented. In view of these facts
we feel warrantea in saying snac our peo
file will ever entertain the warmest fed
ings of friendship and gratitude towards
these gentjemen7 and it affords ns pleas
ure, as yiear represeuinwn, w gnu
nression to these sentiments.
i Resolved: That engrossed copies of
these resolutions be forwarded to Col.
Andrews and Major McMurdo, and that
conies be furnished the Watchman and
.Examiner with a request for publication.
i Respectfully submitted,
H S. n. Wilet, ) 1
I .Wm. Smithdeal, V committee
I John A. Snider, ) ; j
y-April lDth, wau
For Ihe VVatchman.
Rowan Inferior Court.
Mr. Editor : For tho information of
the people, we send you for publication
the following syuopsis of business and
proceedings of tho Spring Term of the In
ferior Court :
The whole number of cases on the
docket was 75, to wit: Assaults and bat
teries. 23; misdemeanors, 1 ; affrays, 8;
carrying concealed weapons, 8; injury to
buildings, 3; fornication nnd adultery, 1 ;
embezzlement, 1 ; sci fas, 3 ; gaming and
allowing gaming, G ; conspiracy, I ; forci
ble trespass, 2 ; forcible entry, 1 ; false
pretenc.", 2; retailing without license, 1 ;
. There were 13 cases of lnroeny, in one
of which there was a nol pros entered ; 1
nol pros with leave. In five, the parties
had not been taken, and the cases were
continued. One, "not a true bill ;" 1, ac
quitted; 3 were convicted, or submitted,
and sentenced to the State prison, as fal
lows, to wit : Lee Poe, 2 years ; Alexan
der Johnson, 2 years ; Mary Harrison, 1
year. Adam Stirewalt, ii colored simple
ton, also charged with larcauy,. submit
ted, ami judgment was suspended 011
payment of costs.
The amount of fines imposed was $."03.
Quite a number were put in-jail for non
payment of costs, and the Court made an
order directing the County Conuniioners
to fan. 1 out nil such, in accordance with
law, until all fines and costs were paid.
The docket was jnucJi larger than at
any former term of this court, and, from
the amount of business before the Grand
Jury, it is probable that it will be still
larger at the October term.
The grand and petit juries were both
held during the entire week, but at no
time was an entire talis jury summoned,
and only in a few instances were one or
two summoned when some of the regular
panel were excused.
W. R. Fraley, Chairman.
April 12th, 1631.
Examiner please copy.
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The Way they Do in llussia.
sas, Aug. 89, 62.
Jprurht, 11 en iu
Bridge, Nov. 7, 63
JVlay 89, 61. 22, e at Rap. Railroad
Wilson, Joseph L. en May 29, v tl. P to Sergt.
Yost, Solomon en May 29, 61, a 20 pr to corp. July
1, ea. -
Barnhardt, Julius A. en July 9, 62, a 18, f la hosp.
Barnhardt, Jno. C. en March 6,62, a 24, eat H n.
Kauroaa unage, jnov. , 03. 1
Benclnl, Mosea A, -en March 12, a 16,62, tr to Co. K,
4unxegu i . . i
Brolly, James en May 29, 62, a 28, d of d.
Cralge, Clethus en March 15, 62, a is, k at Cedar
Eagle, Alex, en May 29, 61, S3, d ot d at Liberty,
Va-, June so, 62. i
Freeze, Caleb en Sept. 11, el. a 37. d oIJatRlch-
mono, July 10, 62. j
Graham, R. Frank en May 29, 61, a 19, w at 2d Fred
ericksburg battle, pr s corpFv i
Green, Fortune en March 13, '62, a 49, d at Rich
mond, July 10, 6. i
Lewis, Jno. R. en March 19, 62, a 39, d at Richmond,
Sept. 1, 62: -r-
Llpe, Jno. M. en March S, 6-2, a IS. d in hosp. '
Miller, Abram IL en May 29, 61, 26, pr 2 Lt. Dec. 2,
MlUer, Martin M. en March 5, 62, a 23, to at Gettys-
Durg, rfUiy 8, 63. i
Miner, R. A. en Feb. S, 62, 19, e Rap.' Railroad
Bridge. Nov. 7. 63. I !
Overcash, Jno. S. en March 19, a 21, at Rap;, rail
roaa image, jnot. t, 63. 1
Owens, Wm. R. en May 29, 61, a 26, 7 Pines, jMay
SI, 62. i
Pennlnger, Wilson en March 19, 62, a 26 d In hosp.
Shlnn, Wm. F. en Sept. 15, 61, a 25, w at Gettysburg,
July 1,63. i.
Starrett, Jno. E. D. en March 15, 62, a 19, e at Rap.
Stuart, Thos. K. en March 15, 62, a 23, e at Rapi rail
road Bridge, Nov. 7, 63. i
Smith, James March 19, 62, 30, w at Frederlcks-
uurg, ec. 13, s.
Swisher, Claudius W. en March 19, 62, a 18 e at Rap,
railroad Brldire. Nov. 7. 63. 1 i
Thomason, Frank W. en March 19, 62, a 23, d at
Richmond, July i,2. j
Thomason, James W. n Sept. lx 61, a 23 d at Mont-
K"iucry eipnngs, v a. jsoy. 62. j
Thomason, Jesse B. en March 1, 62, a 20, Rap.
railroad. Nov. 1. 62. - ir
Thomason. John P. en Sept. i CI, 25, w at Sharps
burg. 8ent. 17. 63. t
Walker, Joseph M en Oct. 15, tl, a 21, k at Freder-
lCKsuurg, va., iec 13, fa.
Graham, Levi A.
Ilearne. Geo. ;
josey, W. R-doTd In hospital.;
ixve, 11. 1;.,
Lee, james. "
MlUer, H. w., at Manassas.
Brown. J. McNeelT. .
Rendleman. Toblaa,w at Richmond, May, St, 6L
Sronce, Jacob, d ot d at Camp Fisher, Jan. 6. 62.
Smith, Wm. H, at T Fines.
Smith. W. J.
Smith, J. d ot i at Ashland hosp. May 6,62. i
Smart, T-R. - - , .
St. Pktersbukg, April 15. Appeals
for mercy of Nihilists Russakoft and
Michailoff were, submitted tothe .Cxar,
but he replied that the sentence of tho
court must be carried out.
St. Petersburg, April 15. All the
Nihilists except a woman, llescy I lei fa
man n, condemned to death for connec
tion with the Czar's assassination, viz :
Russakoff, Michailoff, Kibaltzchitsch, Je-
liaboff, and Sodliie, Pieroffsky, were hang
ed at 10 o'clock: this morniug. Micliial
ofTs ropa broke twice.. Order was not
disturbed. There was art immensa con
course of spectators.
A man has been captnred "having in
his possession unlawful, prints. He de
clines to -answer any questions. He has
been made to stand upon a chair at the
office of the prefect of police, and all the
house porters and tho general public
have been invited to pass through the
apartment to see if any of them could
identify him. Dp to alatehouron Thurs
day nobody itad recognized him.
A Terriblo Affray on the Border.
i St. Loris, April 16V A dispatch to the
Heptt Uican from El, Paso, Texas, says :
Day' before yesterday two i rounar Mexi
cans, named Joorique and Sanchez, were
buog ana killed by Americans in a difficul
ty about land, about eight miles np the
river from here. The Mexican consul,
vtitb! an armed force of Mexicans, obtain
ed permission from the mayor to come
over; nereanu took possession of the dead
DoJies. While the remains were in a
wagon, in front ef the justice's office,
awaiting , an inquest, between 5 and 6
o'clock last evening, a dispute arose about
the presence of armed Mexicans, between
G. W. Campbell, John Hale and a police
man, named Krimken. Hale covered
Kririiken with his pistol, and a shooting
affray begun. Hale shot Krimken, and
the city marshal shot Hale anda Mexican
accidentally, and also shot Campbsll,
making six men lying in, the street at the
same time. Hale died a few minutes after
being shot, Krimpken was killed instant
ly, Campbell died this morning and the
Mexican is in a critical condition.
EfiNIS'S CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE
Warruted to cure every time, or money
TRUNKS. Ladies' large trunks, gents
trunks all kiuds from Go cents to $12.00.
At BROWN'S EMPORIUM.
GUANO, GUANO ! GUANO !
Plow Braxd," Piedmont, and Special
Compound just received at
At J. D. McNeely's: Dry Beef Hams,
Apples, Cocoanuts, and in a few days will
have more of those Sweet Oranges (Flori
da). I Lemsus, and Kentucky Blue Grass
Dried Sugar Corn just received at
A largo lot of Mountain and Northern
Apples just arrived at A.Parker's.
The largest and best lot of pure Stone
China and Glass ware ever brought to
this market including decorated cham
ber sets. Auction sale begins on Satur
day iiud continues till all is sold.
I t J. Y. Barber.
Fashioxaule Duess Making. Mrs.
Kate -Lane proposes to open rooms up
town-at; an early day tor tho 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, and they
will be promptly served.
f 'lifeIurahge" made cheap.
Table SKoicing Actual Cost to Members
i of 4,000 Insurance for One
Year March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880);
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years.
4!) " 45
4 5 " 50
. . 21 25
.. 25 50
. . 51 00
. . C3 00
Z. 2. EScSTeely, Ag't.
VrnEF.LTxa, W. Va., April 15. The
corporators of the, West Virginia Divis
ion of the Pittsburg Southern Railroad
met in this city yesterday. Subscription
book were opened and C-f)f)0,000 of the
capital stock of $1,000,000 were sub
scribed, taken mostly by the Pittsburg
stockholders. The stockholders held, a
meetiug shortly after tho meeting of the
incorporators and elected a board imme
diately and organized by electing James
McCabe, of Pittsburg, president j J. M.
Rowland, of Philadelphia, secretary.
The principal office of the company was
fixed at Pittsburg. The road extends
from Pittsburg to Charleston, S. C. For
the present, however, thei objective point
is lion Ore or Coalfields in the eastern
part of West Virginia, .and the James
River Valleys Work will be commenced
on the road early in the summer.
A Smooth Complexion can be had by
every lady who will use Parker's Ginger
Tonic. For promptly regnlatiug the liv
er and 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 tho cheek. See
A Grand Reputation .
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
ha readied a reputation that is not lim
ited by tho confines of section or country.
There are no injurious substances, nor
false and temporary stimulants in the
preparation. It is purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed .severe tests, and won endorse
meats from some of 'the highest medical
talent in tho country. X. 1'. World.
j Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
Cotton good Middlings,
Bacon, county, hog round .
Chickens per dozer.
Conx 2s cw
Meal moderate demand at
WnjKAT good demand at
Flouii best fam.
2f K. M SSf.
(lr WftTe come and are opeaedor inspection, Ladies come ami kq
them. You will surely be pleased.
SPRING MD SUMMER OF 1881
THE NEATEST AND MOST STYLISH STOCS OF COOES "
that has ever been opened in this city. With great care t purchased
a very fine line ;of
axd inmmxGs to suit y all ix perfect ' style.
White Goods, Notions, Domestics, Cassimeres, Shoes
. ' - both Ladies' and Gent's-Parasals, Fans, anti
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS :
And in this line I have the well know Keep's Shirts, Collars and. Scarfs, which
arc perfectly lovely. And as to ,
Yon could Gnd a larger stock, but nicer, better onalitv and more Demrable Stvles
can't bo found iii North Carolina. 1 selected my Stock with the utmost care, and
with an eye to the pleasure of our young aud middle-aged men, who love nice,
neat fitting clothes
My very large business last year must be due to somo good cause.
Surely tho Best Styles at tho lowest prices, coupled with squaro
dealing was tho inducement.
Very Kindly, &c,
J. D. G-ASKILL.
SALISBURY, X. C., March, 21, 1881. -
TRAINS GOING EAST.
The total receipts of Cotton at Raleigh
since last September is G6.500 bales, over
20.000 more than during the correspond
ing period ef 13S0. - .
Date, May 13, 1S30.
Arrive at Ilillsboro
Arrive at Goldsboro
6 iw a.m
7 31 "
8 10 "
8 20 "
I 3 30 '
6 00 "
4 10 p.m.
5 54 "
7 07 "
7 3T " I
jo m p.m.
I 11)22 "
3 00 "
c tiO a.m
Io oo "
jso 47 Connects at Salisaary with W. N. K. li. tor
all points In Western North Carlina, daily except
Hundavs. At Oret-nshoro with the 11. & V. Railroad
tor iairolnt.i North, a.st and West. At yoldsboro
V. & W. Kailroad for Wllmlnon.
No. 45 Connects at Ureensboro w ith the IL &
Railroad lor all points North, East and V.'esL
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I N0.4S, I No. 42, I N0.5,Dall
Date, May 13, 13S0. Daiiy. I Daily. ex.Sunday
10 10 a.m. 64 a.ra.
12 25 p.m. 10 45 " j
340 : i
4 52 i
5 30 j
: 7 50 l
I 8 20 ! fi o a.m i
I 8 55 7 " !
10 1 f 9 15
12 tl p.m I 1117
7 CO a. in.
3 45 p. m.
Arrive at Ualelgn
Arrive at Durham
Arrive High Point
"i S Uisbury
v ixi Pnnnwistfircpn sbo ro with Salem Uracil.
At Air-Line Junction with A. & V. A. L. Railroad to
ail polDts South and Southwest. At Charlotte with
the C. C. A A. Railroad lor all points South A South
east. At Salisbury with W. X. C. Railroad, dally,
except Sundays, for all points In Western North
No. 42 Connects at Alr-IJne Junction with A. A
C. A. L. Uallroad lor aU polnij south and Southwest.
mil : x
A PERFECT STRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER
IKON BITTEKS are highly recommended for all diseases requiring
a certain and efficient tonic; especially Indigestion, lMj!pepsinf Intermittent
Fevers, Want of Appetite,Loss of Strength,Lack of Energy, etc. Lnriches the blood,
strengthens the muscles,and gives new life to the nerves. They act like a charm
on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as Tasting the Food,
Bdching,IIeat in the Stomach,IIearibum,etu The only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the teeth orrivo headache. Sold by
all druggists. Wri te for the ARC T.ook f 32 pp. of useful and atuuBinff read
ing) sent free. BKOTVN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, Md.
See that aU Iron Bitters are made by Browk Cfextcal Co. and hare crowed red Uoea on wiappet.
BUWAliE OV DIITATIONS. -
in nifc r"
fii sin p PAf!ieif!
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
THEI LEADING C0TT0E1 FERTILIZER.
liy reference to tho reports for the past sereral years made by the North Caroli
na Experiment Station, it will be seen that Splnble I'aelflc Gnano (tested by th
commercial valne) has held the higliest rank among tho forty or fifty different
brands of commercial fertilizers ottered for sale in the State. -
This is a splendid; but not undeserved, tribute to the Pacflc Guano Company,
which for sixteen years has manufactured an attrelo nni versaJlly admitted to be un
surpassed in its remarkable efu-cts upon the growth of the great Southern staple.
Indeed, so well known is Soluble Pacific Guano, that w;e have almost ceased to issue
circulars except for distribution iu the more remoto districts and in those recently
opened to Railroad transportation.
Although we have thousands of testimonials as to thc-valne of Solublo Pacific Go
ano, w o will only publish below a few from some of the leading farmers of this and
adjoining counties, which will servo to stimulate inquiry among those who hare not
used it, and will result in securing favorable personal testimony from its old patrons
to those who are desirous of learning its results iu the past, which results, combin
ed witli the solid reputation of the Pacific Guano Company, are a saflicient-goaraa-tee
that the standard will be strictly maintained in the future.
J. Allen Browx, Agt: .
The Pacific Guano bought of you last season paid us well, and we can safely re
cotnuitthd it to all wanting a reliable Standard Manure, especially for all kinds of
crops ahd lands. Expect to use it more extensively tins season.
; S. F. Lord, Rowan Count?. V. S. Talbert,
j A. M Glover, " 44 T C Harris,
; A F Graeber. " " I W Crowell.
! John Ingle, " "
Having used the Soluble Pacific Guano for several past wsnsnns we take pleasnr
in recommending it as the best paying and most reliable Standard Guano on the
market. Have used several other brands and find the Pacific always to pay best.
Cornelius Kestler, Rowan County Law son Trexler, Rwan Codrrty,'
! Wm. Ii Klnttz, " T J Sumner. " H
i T r. Watson. JPE Bl'OWII. "
1 J L Cress, " W J Ilouck,
I Jas. M Linebarrier. " " ESP Lippard.
Reiibin and Calvin Harrison, J. M. C. Penninger, O. H. neiliff,
CF"liaTe a nnmbcr of other special certificates, which can be seen in ray office.
J. ALLEN BROW JK Agt.
205m ' Office over Crawlord 6i Co7 1UM ware Store..