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THURSDAY, JULY .21, 181.
Deaii Stanley U dead.
The President continues to improve
niul the Physicians anticipate u further
irunble. - '
Mrs.. Eliza Xiarfield, the President's
mother id dangerously ill. She ia 81
years old. . '.
The citizen of Texna aro to hold ft day
of thanksgiviug and jubilee for tbe recov
ery of the President.
Some think the New York Republicans
tvill probiibly bring forward and elect
JIaiuiltoD Fish as Conkiins's successor.
John McDow, mi illicit distiller, near
f "entral, S. C., shot deputy collector Thos.
f. Bray touj on the 20th insf., while the
'Utter was trying to arrest McDow.
The President Ordered his own break
fast on the 17tli. It consisted of beef
steak, baked potatees and milk. This
washia first substantial weal siuco he
has been in bed. -
A tornado derastated Xcw Aim, Minn.,
.the 15th. Five hundred buildings
; were citherlpartirtlly or totally wrecked.
Thirteen dead bodies have been recover-
Warxer Miller was elected last Sat
urday to fill Piatt's unexpired term in the
United States Senate. He is said to bo a
very ordinary man, of no political renown,
and that his election from the great State
of New York is a sad commentary oa the
djrift of politics. ,
"There is less drunkenness in this
State to-day than has been for the last
leu years. It is gradually on tlie decrease,
uud prosperity is e very wprc apparent."
This certaiuly is true r.3 regards the
CoHnty ef Kowan, and we are glad to
.nolo that the whole State is showing the
good results of the prohibition work.
We aro inclined to think that the action
o! the County Commissioners ia tins, ami
u uumbcr of otlter counties ia the State,
has brought about this good result by
theirmauly course in notgrauting license
until the people should decide on the
matter. If the s'.ight restraint put, on
liquor has already made- so perceptible a
, change for the better, what will be the
result when the people all over the State
shall repudiate and abate liquor from all
its borders! It will bo a glorious rest !
It will be peace and prosperity in many
a troubled home.
- Extracts from Ex-Gov. Holden's ad
dress on -the History of Journalism in
ot-tii Carolina, delivered before the
Press Association at Winston, 6njhe2!st
day of June, 1831.
We would like to publish the whole
address but owing to its length, must
lorbear, only selecting stub portions as
1 refer to the Watchman.
"The Carolina Watchman still, exists
and prospers, some half a century from
its establishment, under the control '
that excellent man and prudent journalist
u. j. uruuer."
The Carolina Watchman was founded
ny Hamilton C. Jones, Esq., in 1832. Mr.
Jones is remembered as the able lawver,
the genial gentleman, aud the author of
- f'CoiMin Sally Dilhud." Tho Watchman
imposed the nulification movemeat, bead
ed by Hon. Burton Craigc in tho Western
Carolinian. At is a singular fact, and
eyiuces great tenacity of purpose on his
o part, that Mr. Craige, who was au honest
and au able man, lived to be the author
of the ordinance of secession in our State
convention in 18G1. Mr. Jones sold to
Pendleton & Bruner in 1830. After some
other changes, Mr. Bruner became sole
owner of the Watchman, and has conduct
ed it since 1850. He is one of the old
style, model editors.
I am indebted to Mr, Bracer for the
following information jn relation to the
bahsbury Western Carolinian:
Editors from 1820 to 1823, Samuel
Bingham and Philo White. From 1623
- to 1831), Philo hite. From 1830 to 1831
Bnrton Craigo and H. Jeff. Jones. From
1831 to 1833, Burtou Craige. From 183;
t 183fi, Johu.Beard. From 18:36 to 1838
l-)r. Aslibel Smith and Joseph W. Hamp
ton. From 1838 to 1844, Dr. Ben. J
- Austin and Chas. F. Fisher. Tho, paper
then expired. All these, save Dr. Ash
bel femith, ure dead. . ' -
f'Wks there ever such presumption
wutnige perpetrated upon a free
iii iu toanry. Juxanuncr.
ian anyone guess what the cause of
such a; mild onibarst of indignant pas
sion could be! Can it be that the County
Commissioners have closed all the school
houses in the conuty? No, not that. Have
-4 hey -closed all the churches i n the county I
not that. Well, what did they do,
that was so terrible ! Why they simply
. refused to grant license to" the bar room's
Until after August until the people could
say whether or not they wanted them
opeued knowing fuli well tbatjffhey
granted license they would hold good for
12 months, and in case tho people repu
diate liquor, the Commissioners by grant
lug license would thereby force liquor on
the people for nine months after said re
pudiation. This seems to us the "most
tVlr and just action thaf -could possibly
have been t taken. Any other action
would have subjected the Commissioners
to tne just rebuke of A large class of oujJ
soner ana inuusmous people,
Their acUou was gr&ud, it was noble,
it was just!- -
JfSAKtr.all (lie ills that afflict mankind
pan be prevented aud cured by keeping
the stomach, liver and kidney sjn perfect
working order. There is in min.
known tliat will ito this as quickly and
surely, without intciferiug with yur du
ties as Pii kfci G tuger 1 ouio. .See ad vet
vers t-Their conduct in this matter wasTl"
an outrasftand an insult tn cv.rr ,.,;.;., : : vv.'
Cunk!iii aud others are for hedging
about the person! of the President here
after so the : people cannot have tich
ready access to him. MrC Jefferson rode
to)ii inauguration on horseback and no -attended
An attempt was made npon
the J ife of Old Hickory ,n but he did not
keep himself under cover nor was !6 prd
tectel against nssassination." It is well
enough to have such regulation as shall
prevent all sorts bf insane office-seekers
from forcing their wtty intd the private
rooms or audienc? chamber of the Prosi
deutiahinansion, Irat no safeguard, other
than these, ought to be resorted to.
Garfield has show himself a plucky man
a hero in the hour of severest tiial
and he would nUgree, we have no
doubt, to any of the proposed plans of
the protcctioaj The Baltimore American
an able Republican organ, has this to
Ray whicli we indorse: , , '
"The idea suggested is that the office
of President is a post ordanger. We con
sider this rank nonsense, notwithstand
ing the two ' deplorable events that seem
to contradict it. Soldiers are but slight
protection against a lunatic, or against a
man who recklessly disregards the loss of
his own life. The "true safeguard of a
President, and the only one that he
ought to need, 'is a mccession so arranged
that no political aim can be sovghtin his
death." :. -v r - . ' . , ..
Forncy?s Washington' Chronicle (a Re
publican paper) refers to and denounces
the mean attempt, by false reports, to
prevent immigration to the South. It
say: , f
"From all accounts, regular, systemat
ic efforts are being made by some parties
to discourage immigration to the feouth.
That such meanness should exist would
seem almost incredible were it not for act
ual facts-recently brought to light. A
"Recently a colony of Germans were
settled in North Carolina, near Salisbury,
the very garden of that beautifully diver
sified commonwealth. They were receiv
ed with-warm welcome and set Jto work
at good wages. Presently thereafter a
series of complaining letters were pent
North, tending to show- that the colony
was dissatisfied, and that the natives were
dealing with them ia bad faith. An in
vestigation of the subject shows that these
letters were written by designing adven
turers, and that the new comers are abun
deutly sat i tied with place, people, wages
The Chronicle tlen remarks:
"Wc can't believe that politics had
anything to do with so mean and so mis
erable an act, but that purely mercenary
motives instigated it. There aro no finer
farming lands in the country than can "bo
found, on the Western and Central up
lands of North Carolina, and for German
agricultural labor! it is just the place."
Gov. Vance and the Question of
The Anti-Prohibition paper at Raleigh,
the "State Journal," is much displeased
with-the following which it says was
published in the j Prohibition- Organ of
that city from Rev. R. L. Abernethy of
Rutherford College, and which purports
to give a -conversation the writer (Mr.
Abernethy) had with Gov. Yaucc ou the
Prohibition .question :
Mr. Editou : As I sec conflicting re
ports in the papers as to Gov. Vance's
position upon the! Prohibition subject, I
hasten to give yorir readers tho substance
of a conversation that took place upou
the cars between the Governor aud my
self, some weeks since.
I met with thej Governor as wc were
coming rip the Road, and after convers
ing upon the educational interests of tho
day, he said to mei : "Abernethy, how is
Prohibition going 5u your conuty." Said
l, dovernor, 1 think it will carry in
Burke." Then said I. "Governor, how
do you stand npoii that question 1"
"Well " said he, "Abernethy, I have
not been savine ianvthinir "mum
I have feared that it miirht bn a
sort of political move to injure the Dem
ociatic party ; and, as you fcuow, I have
been a watcher of its interests. But, the
other day they had an Anti-Prohibition
. . "
meeting in Raleigh, composed of whiskey'
sellers from the North, the dealers in and
around Raleigh, revenue- officials from
tho mountains to the seaboard, and a
large quantity of. negroes ; and when I
thought that I must be read out with mn
side or the other, I said to myself, 'Mv
uon, auco i you cannot be read out
with this party."
I may not have ouoted tho lanwiim
verbatim, but this was it as near as 1
could collect it upon the rumbling cars.
Wo talked for) some time upon the
subject. He distinctly said that the good
and pure men weie upon the side of Pro
hibibition; and that he could in if. tin r lk
along with them in the great questions
of our couutry's high interests. :
tvery representative man in Xnrtl.
must and be read out upon one
lot r- 1 1 a Sw' tX.Z i .
er Ride in this momentous conHSuot through the heart by the desperado.
: " I trsi i ziiwi
tajx tlunlc that even nolier
ought to place each upon the sido of Pro
hibition ; for, if ilj fails this year, it will
ultimately succeed, and then wo to the
Anti Prohibition oftce-seeker.
1 K L. Aberxetht.
Odd Contribution to tho Garfield
From the Jfew York Tlciea.
The following fetter, sent by rt boy
from .West Virgiuja and addressed to the
President of the Com aud Flour Exchan
was received hero to-dav i
' "Dear Sir : I send yon by Adam's Ex
pres to-day a livef fox. He was caught
wheu no bigger tlian a rat and is now
only half grown. Be careful thathe don't
gnaw hjs way out! of his box. His name
is Itoscoe Coukliujg. Sell him for Mrs.
Garfield. Tell her I seat it iind I hope
she will liko my jdea. .Tell -5 her I hope
Mr. Garlield will get well. r NiB. I pid
one dollar for the chain and box. Please
send me one fifth-'of what it sells for, as I
waut ta buy a pig.0 i-
The fox is a tremendous feltow and ve
ry vicious. It will be o)d for the benefit
of the-fund, wheii it is thought a couskl
erablo sum -will to raised, . .
. There never vfas any thingf more cer
tain than that if the spoils system is not
sweft away or placed within sfer boauds
it -will swoen awav all rnnTiir ri-thti J-
P 7 . ' -
Sys tbo Raleigh Xen's-Obnereerr The
effect of the Albany break-up the utter
discomfiture of the stalwarts, "who have
control of tho Republican State, organiza
tion, hud the electiopl of M iller, whose
record was so severelji denounced by the
Bepublicau paper last year, will be to
give the State to the j Democrats at the
fall election. If tins be sj, then tho State
will be redistricted so
ocrats a dozen more
as to ifiveibeDsm-
Congress, and the Legislature for at least
ten years. The legislature has in the
past been kept Republican by the most
outrageous gerrymandering ever known
iu political anuals. The Democrats, if
successful this fall, will, rearrange affairs
to their own satifactiun.
North Carolina Railroad,
W"c made some references the other day
to the meeting of the stockholders of the
N. C. Railroad, at Goldaboro, and tot lie
excellent report of President T. M. Holt.
His report j shows the j following . receipts,
expenditures and debtg of the company up
to the end of the fiscal year ending May 31,
1881. ! .. !
Receipts from all Sources $271,340.85.
Expenses for the year, including amounts
paid in settlement of old claims, expenses
of directors, finnnce committee, legal ex
penses, andaraount paid interest on debt,
$30,706 4:r Leaving a balance of $244,
634.38, which has been applied to payment
of dividend, &ci - ; ' "
Total debt of the company reported at
present . debt is $377,303.38; from . which "Oatfean w a great rascal Ills phil
lleduct assets as shown- bv the Secretary's V th nf J""' j'c means ;
report $120,062.12, and we have the actual
debt unprovided fnr.'f318,14l.23.
In the amount f $377.203.:J8 debt of the
company is included ( $120,000 dividend
declared but not dub until September 1,
1881, which will be paid out of the semi
annual rent due by the! Richmond and Dan
ville company, July 1st next.
Of the alx7e amount of $129,0G2.12 as
sets, $.3,1U..G0 i9 cash and cash items ;
amount due from Rcjv. 2. II. D. Wilson,
former trustee, $22,703.50 ; assets in hands
of Major John V. Graham, trustee, $83,
477.40, making a total of $117,350 ; the re
mainder, 11,CS5.G2, is; shown in the secre
tary and treasurer's report, showing the
financial condition of the companr.
The report of Dr. T. D. Hogg and T. J.
Sumner, experts, shows that the amount of
bonds issued under the mortgage arc "00,
000 ; cash and bonds paid into the sinkinij
fund under the mortgage is $GG7.!80.JK ;
balance mortgage debt not provided for,
1122,813.10. Xctct ii- Observer.
Exciting Kvcnts at the State Fair.
FnMuv. October 14th, will rertainlv bo
the "Young People's Gala Day.'' "The
events will be as follows: Bicycle race for
liny s, at Iu a. m. ; bicycle race tor men at
10:30 a. in.; ' trotting Trace at 11:15 n. m. :
presentation of '-star' premiums at 12:1.5
p. m. by Senator M. W. Ransom ; running
race at. 12:30 p. m. ; salrre tournament at 2
p. m. ; archery practice will take place on
the grounds at an hour hca rafter to be
Tbe tournament will bo in charge of Dr.
J. A. Sexton, director. The first prize is a
fine horse, saddle and bridle; the second
prize is a fine saddle and bridle. The en
try fee will bo ten dollars. Width of tnu-k.
9 feet running from south to north ; dis
tance to be run, 150 yard?; time to be
made, 39 seconds ; distance between heads
and rings, 30 yards. Firt point a head
supported on a pin 2 inches long, in top of
a post 7 feet G inc hes! high, to be made at a
right cut. Secniid points a ring 2 inches
in dinmcter, .suspended from the ground, to
be taken st a tierce point. Third point
same as first, but on the left, and to be
made at a left cut. Fourth point same as
Uecond, to be taken at a c-irte point. Fifth
point head resting on post 3 feet high, to
be made at a front cut. Sabre used to be
of United States cavalry pattern. Each
point made will count one. Tilts taken by
lot. Each knight entitled to three rides.
Each knight will be required to wear a
plume, and will be expected to dress or
wear some insignia appropriate to thcchar
actcr he represents. Xeirs c Ohvrier.
Daring Train Robbery by a Hand of Des
peradoes The Conductor and a Passen
ger Killed The Express Safe Plundered.
By Telegraph to the Morning Star.
Kaxsas Cirv, Mo j July 1G. Informa
tion has been received here, by the in
coming Chicago, ltock Island PaeiGc
train, of a daringly planned and success
ful train robbery at Winston, on the Rock
Island road, supposed to be undvT the
leadership of Jesse James. The men
boarded the train, which leaves this city
at G P. M.f at Camden. At Wiuston,
when the train stopped, they 6td up iu
aisle of the car with drawn revolvers.
One of tho bandits advanced, with a re
volver iu each hand, toward Wm. West
fall, couductor, and drdered hi in to hold
up his hands. The conductor was slow
ia complying with the demand, aud was
yno of the other meh shot, through tho
head John McCullongh, a stone-cutter,
of Wiltou Junction, who turned outward,
iu his seat. The nieu then went through
the train to the express car, aud over
powered the U. S. i express messenger,
Charles Murray, who was intimidated
into the opening the safe, from which
$5,000 were taken. The desperadoes
then went to the engine and told tho en
gineer to start the train.. This ho could
not do on account of the automatic brake
and lie was at once fired npon by the rob
bers. Tho engineer put out the lights in
the cab and crawled along the foot-aboard
to the pilot, and alter extinguishing, tbe
headlight laid down in the pilot. The
robbers made no search for him but de
parted. No attempt was made to rob the
passengers. The populace about Wins
ton rose en masso and aimed men are
now seckiug the desperadoe's.
St. Louis, July IC A special from
Kansas City gives a few additional par
ticulars of the train robbery near Wins
ton, Iowa. Two of the robbers ,got on
the front end of the baggage car, next to
the engine, three more were in the deep
er, aud two pn the platform between the
baggage car ami tht smoking car. There
were seven men in all. Conductor West
field had passed nearly through the smok
ing car whtu he jyaA shot. ou ba.Il pass
ing ch ar through his body. He dagger- J
ed put on the platform of tie car aud feil
into a diich. Thos. IcClellan, "the stone
cutter, who was shot through th head,
also felt off the car, and fellj by the side
of the i'ead conductor. When the rob
bers entered the express cat Charles Mur
ray, messenger, virus lookitig over some
of his papers, and Frank Stamper, bag
gage master, wrs sitting in a chair, near
the open door.. Both men were imme
diately covered with revolvers and, when
Hurray 'objected to hanging over the
keys of the safe he was knocked down.
It was thonght that about 815,000 was in
the safe, but the exact amount is not
known, ' I ' j
The generally accepted theory out oh
the road fs that the robbersjwerc profess
ionals. One of them tho tallest one
was seeniin Cameron all day yesterday,
and could be identified by several people.
Men who have been searching for the rob
bers to-day found where they had their
horses tied in the wilds, and say that in
their hurry to get away they did not nu
tie them but cut the halters and left them
hanging from the trees. j
A Chicagoan, singing hituself George
Pike, telegraphs to Colonel Crocker to
keep the assassin on low diet. He says
ic Knows mm well that lie is a creat
coward, and that indcr pi
will wilf aad show-that he
risoa food he
is more sane
than is supposed. He says ;
"ai 1,0 ue l" SPl -
tion, then he will do every thiug straight;
that be has analyses and great inteili-
He eay$ keep him from notoriety and
sympathy and he wiR cease to mystify,
&c. lie says Guitean hasj shrewdness
and much knowledge of human nature.
Wilmington Star. j
The Big Legacy to a Virginian.
isEW Ouleaxs, July I2. The holo
grahpic will of the late John Burnside,
the Louisiana millionaire, who died re
cently at the Virginia Springs, was open
ed yesterday. It was written in 1S37.
This is now believed to be the only doc
ument of the kind left by tlio deceased.
A form of a v. ill, prepared by a notary a
few yow years ago, was among his paper?,
but there is nothing t i indicate t!iat it
was ever used. By the will of 18o7, after
making bequests to the amount of $250,
000, Oliver Rierne, of Virginia, is made
nuiversal legatee. The estate is now
' valued at five or six million dollars.
Guiteau's Chance toICatit Iig Pay.
Wasitixtox, July 16. Guitean has re
ceived the following:
Boston-, July 13, 1831. Dear sir: I
should like to make a contract to exhibit
you iu all tiie principal cities of the couu
try, and will guarautee you $200 per
week ; and will also give the ame amount
per w?ek in the President's family. Please
ask the Disiriet Attorney if iie w ill allow
it, if I keep you in a strong cage.
No. 95 Milk St., Boston.
A Lavo!-2Iealcl Representative.
The Atlanta Constitution says: l'epre
scutative .Branson, of Bartov,', yesterday,
introduced a bill to send all murderers
who are acquired oa the ground of insau
ity, to un insane asylum for life. Under
this bill if a jury accepts the excuse of in
sanity, they must so state iu their verdict,
mid tho prisoner would ,be sentenced to
confinement for life in the lunatic asylum.
Such a law would be a protection to so
ciety, and would work on real injustice.
Morganton Blade: Died at his resi
dence, in Morgonton, on tho Uth instant,
Major Marcus Eru in, aged about 54 years.
The deceased was a man of more than or
dinary ability, he was a lawyer, politician
and newspaper writer, and ouce represen
ted his county (Buncombe) in the Legis
lature, and lias been connected wp.h sev
eral newspapers of the State, lie spent
most of his life in Bnncombe, having
moved from that county to this place a
month or so ago.
Tue Xc.mbku op German' Emigrants
for Amkkka. London, July 18. The
Berlin correspondent of the Times says sta
tistics published by the Hamburg "police
authorities show that the number of Ger
man emigrants passing through Hamburg
alone to America, from January 1 to June
30, 1881, umountcd to 74,033, being twice
the number of the same period in the year
following the late war between Fiance and
Germany. Tlvo figures for such emigration
in the corresponding period of last year
were 32,4.89, and the total for the year ICO,
190, so that if the emigration (proceeds iu
the same proportion for the second half of
1881, the government will find that, reck
oning tho fugitives by other channels, it
has lost in 1881 about a quarter of a mil
lion of its most efficient subjects.
A Horrible Occurrence. London, Ju
ly 13. The Paris correspondent of the
Daily Telegraph narrates a horrible occur
rence near Cierniont Ferrand.j A lieuten
ant of tlie Third Chasseurs named Reige,
affected by sunstroke at the camp of Cha
lons, wa3 walking through a j neighboring
village, and asked his way of a woman,
who, frightened at his disorderly appear
ance, ran away screaming. A number of
peasants returning from thp field threatened
the officer with their sickle, and he drew
his revolver, fired several sliots that were
harm les3 and then ran into a field. Two
men armed with guns joined the peasants,
and shot Reige down.- One of the peasants
then brained Reige with a pickaxe.
When; Congrrs3 meets its first duty
will be to crush out tho spoil$ system and
by law carry out Garfield's measure of a
teuure of office for all miuor offices. The
man in Congress who oppose such a law
should be ranked with the thieves, rob
bers and assassins of the spoils party.
Chicago Tribknt, Jiep.
"SUCX-PftAUGHT" cares dyspepsia,
indigcr.t:oa tad hiartburn.
A i -Then. r. r:h:tt.
Tje First Ble. Gr.ilveston ' July 11.
The first bale of cotton of the season
of 1881, raised by ' Messrs. il. Houseman
& DeWitf, and consigned to T. W. House,
was received onatardayTind sold at the
exchange to-day for $825 to A. Harris &
Bro., and consigned by them to Lehtn an
Bros., New York. I i
Iuish Pmsoxsns. London, July 12.
There are now 200 persons imprisoned in
Ircluud under the coercion act, including
one member Parliameut, one priest, one
magistrate several town councilors aud
many poor law guardians.
Thomasville Female College,
Davidson County, N. 0.
The srtn annual session begins Aaarust 81. Ten
Teactiers. iJetter DreDared than evir ta-forp. for th
best work. Offers every advantage oti the most
inoroug-n ana noerai course in Llierature, Muc
nni Art, at rates lower taaa any equal school In the
State. Board and Literary Tuition Irora $00 to
ST3.50 per Term, see Catalogue.
i:4t H. NV. REIXHART, Prln.
Notice. To Permelia Koonts, one of the
Defendants, unknown resident, take notice
that the following Summons has been
issued against you to appear before the
Clerk of the Superior Court on tho 2d day
of September, 1881, at Lexington, or the re
lief asked for will be granted.
Dartta C'Uty, in Superior Court.
Michael Koonts and
A. F. Pickett. Exec
utArs ef David
D. W. Pickett and
wife Sarah, A. F.
Pickett and wife
Koonts and wife Fra
ny, Emanuel Koonts
and wife Margaret.
Zuinly Koonts and
'wife Eliza, Phillip
Koonts and wife
Gobble. Mary Koonts,
Joicy Koonts. Chris
tian Sowers and wife
Albertine. heirs of
Deiana Koonts, and
Summons for Relief.
Slafe of A ot-t h Carolina.
To the Sheriff of David-son County-Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon
Permelia Koonts, one of the Defendants,
above named, if she Ik; found within vour
County, to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court for the County of
Davidson on Friday the 2d day of Septem
ber, 1881, after the service of this summons,
exclusive of the day of such service, and
answer the complaint, a copy of which is
served with this summons, anil let her take
notice that it she fail to answer the said
complaint within that time, the plaintiff
win appiy to me Uourt lor the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Hereof fail not, and of this summons
! make due return.
Given under my hand and seal oi said
Court, this. Uth day of Jul v, 1881.
C. F. Lowe,
Clerk Superior Court.
W. F. Henderson,
Plff s Attv. 40:6t
Bargains. Ofereil All !
"vTe offer for CASH all of our Seasonable
Goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We must close them out to make room tor
our FALL STOQK. We mean tehat tee say.
Call and see for yourself.
J. F. ROSS.
July 12, 1881.
BOBTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
The next session of this Institution will
August 8th, 1881.
Location Ilcalty Expenses Moderate, In
struction" thorough, and special attention
given to those who wish to prepare for the
work of teaching. Address
1m a. BIKLE, d. d.,
38:4 1 President.
XEXT SESSION WILL BEG IX
AUGUST 3th, 188 1.
Combines tbe ftdvaotipcs of tbe old Curriculum,
with special and extended instruction according to
tbe University system.
Connected witb It are schools oi LAW, ot MEDI
CINE, and of PHARMACY.
Special LlcillUea given for practical studies, such ns
Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry,
Lsxd Survejiiig, Travring, Eock-Seepin,-
Business Law, Pho
Erpensea, including tuition aid room rent, Si S3
to tiM per annum.
Address, for Catalogue and particulars,'
Kemp P. battle, LL. D,
c;upfi nm, x. c, juiyi. ttt.
''r- ' i in '"' " !' .
We have now in store the Largest and most Complete lto 1
. we have ever-offered:" I" '
PRINTS, LAWNS lif BRESS OOOBB
Are Handsome and at Trices to suit air,
Cassimeres, Cottonades, Domestics, Notions a
HT T-W"A'ery Cheap, gj . C.,
- 3?" W Shirts for everybody at flight PriccsTV3
OHr Stock of Clothing is neat, and we mean to sell them as lowas theP '
We well sell you a coat at 00 cents. Our assortment' of Snoesk 1? ?
have ever offered and at lower prices. Cut Ixaf, Pulverized 1
White and Brown Sugars,
have always on hand
who like the Best.
Always on hand, at 25 cts per bushel. 1 Bra
A Full Assortment of the BES3? TOBACCOS
G-E E A. T EEDUOTION
LADIES' AN D KEN'S STRAW HATS
Rio Coffee 12 Jc; Arbuckle's Ariosa 20c; Fancy Lavuayra 20c; Old Government t . 1
Ten br twelve kinds Molaises and Syrups," and amobg-them the best ia tho .
Full Stock of Sssd .Irish. Potatoes on hand. j ffiarket;
MANY USEFUL THINGS AT 5 CENTS EACH. Eesufe and ,eens before yotU or !
With this birdVeyc view of what wc have, we return thanks for nasr
and Bolicit future favors. Yours very respectfully, rKnafi;
ELUTTZ & - EEUDLEMA : '
June 7, 1831.
In adtlition to mxr
of GEXEROUS JEUCHAXDISE,
BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
LAWNS & DRESS; GOODS-
I hRT worn this Carm-t I ln'ive v-r. tfc riiM
thra days uud r-.ery Uhm j ' Ci -T-r-...v uor:i sa...l
Cr.r Iho hi;. i lruke;i. I r.-rp is tiin efccU
S"Sec our CHILDREN'S SUITS all sizes, from two 4o fourteen years.JJ
Lidiss' Lilian Ulsters and Eolinans.
Will have in it lew days another line of LADIES' TB1MMED HATS
A FULL LINE OF MACHINE NEEDLES AND ATTACHMENTS ON IUXD
Tie YAH WINKLE Cotton Gin !
The best fflnnlnj or, tat In ttc v.-orli. Cotton.
pinned on this gis commands a liigber price
that ginned on any otiier.
Cannons &, Fetzer, Ccncord, X. C.
Agents for nowan, Stanly and Cabarrus Co s.
For Circulars, ic, call on M.P.Brown, Salisbury.
FEANKLIH ACADEMY !
English, Clissical, 2ath92iatisal, Echotl,
MALE AND FEMALE. "
This School, situated four miles North
of Salisbury, will re-open the lt Monday in
Au?unt, 1881, and continue 40 weeks:. with a
short vacation at Christinas. During the last j
scholastic vear GS jiupils were enrolled, isoaru
can be had in families at reasonable prices.
Also," ample facilities for young men who wish
lo board themselves. The manner of teachtnir
is thorough and practical, by recitations aud
lectures. Tht re is also a good and flourishing
society ((-resent) in connection with the
school. Parents who wish to give their
children a Rood practical education, or prepare
them lor College or Seminary, will do well to
send them here. For further information ad
dress R E V . H . M . BRO WN,
J. IIenuy Fisheb,
Land and Mil!
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Coort of Rowan County in the case of Hess-,
Rogers, and Chambers, against 11. F.
Graham and others, I will sell on
MOSDAT THE KTRST DAY Or AUGUST,
1881. at the Court House in Salisbury, the
undivided one-half interest of P. R. Bar
ringer in the Peter L. Barringer Mill Tract,
situate in Rowan County, containing 120
acea, adjoining the lands of Jlrs. Keplcy,
Mrs. Robinson, J. C. O. Graham and others.
Terms cash. Sale absolute.
J. W. Macxey, Commissioner.:
July 1, 1681.
raaMe Lais & Rail Road Stock
In pursuance of an order of the Superior
Court of Rowan County in the case of J.N.
B. Johnson and wife against Tobias Kesler,
wei the -undersigned a? commissioners ap
pointed by said Court will offer' for sate at
public auction at the Court House Doofln
the town of Salisbury on
Monday the 1st Day of August,
1831, the following real and personal prop
erty, to wit : About S00 ares of land sit
uated in Salisbury township on the Miller's
Ferry Road, about 4 miies from the town ot
Salisbury, adjoining tlie lands of Thos. JI.
Kerns, I. W. Jones, Mary Hacket, et al., it I,
Johnson by John I. Shaver, dee'd. Also
Twenty shares of Stock in the North Ckro
liua Rail Road.
Terms of sale Casii.
John S. IIekderpox,
- L. II. Cl.KMENT, !
SalLburv, X. C. July 6th, 1S81.
uuuocK-iiottom Prices. tP
a larce Int r -n-i... ; J"
rre have just reeeivetl a a
OF LADIES' CORSETS III TOW.
at 50c. Can Not Be Emmlbil t
JONES, McCUBBINS & CO.
, . , -
( A ext door heloie J. D. JcA ccbj s Store)
t Tf 'A 77'77 hp fminrl fli
T" " 'cty' u u tvo u& J UUtllO Ud
As Tlie 3Xarlcet Ailbrd.
, . , . -n v
! Fill 6 M M
IS EY KOTTO.
to Tdujt Fat Cattls
aiia Sheep. - :
m. L BEAM.
Nortii Carolina : Bow an ; Cciiij-
In the Superior Court. :
John C. Pennington, Trustee or the Dutch
Creek Mining Company, and David Bar- -
Reuben Porter, Henry Earnhart andLTbont-
as Earnhnrt, Defendants.
Pttition to tkll Land for Partition. -
Upon affidavit of the Plaintiff, J. I. New
man, it is ordered that publication bemade
in the C.vnctix.v Watchmax for six sacce-
si ve weeks notifying the defendants who
arc non residents of the State, to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the Superior .
Court of Rowan County at the Court
House in Salisbury, on Monday the l?t day
of August. 1831, a'ud answer the complaint .
of th plaintitTs, which will be filed in the
above entitled action, within ten days'fropi
the date hereof, and if they fail to answer :
the complaint, the plaintiffs will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in tw
complaint. 1M. IIoraii;
This 15th day of June, 1881.
Clerk Superior Court F.owan County.
NEW LIYERY STABLE
We have opened a Livery Stable on Council
Iween Matu and Lee Streets, where ve nu
pleased to serve the pubUc. our turnouts ar
brlgUt and new, and our terms reasonable. u
3Iav 20, 81. H. A. aoirerj a "
I have a fine Dm on stock animal tor "publa
vice at modrate rates. Apply to -L.
Salisbury . OWAggg.-
Mortgage Deeds for sale here -
Also various other bbns.
Subscribe for Carolina VVatchn)'
only $1.50 iryciir in ail vanes.
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