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'There vrtv several emus In the sub
joined eitrAft of Mr. Hidden' address at
.Wittstoo, m copied fn this paper last
xvtk which could not have occuiredif the
ymot tnlitoi had been at home. We le
nb1is! it wib the necessary corrections:
The Carolina "Wntthtna was founded
by HnmHtou C. Jones, Iii, Ju I 3:. Air.
Jones is remembered as the able lawyer,
the genial geiillenmiN and the author of
"Cousin Sally Dillaid."': The WaMmnn
'opposed the iiuliflent ion movement, head
ed by Hon" Bui ton Cruise- in the Western
CarvRnwii. It is a singular fact, aird
evinre-a guat tenacity of purpose on his
parf. that Mr. Craig-, who w::s an honest
And nil able man, lived to lie tire author
of the ordinance of secession in our State
eon vent ion 'in ISM.- Mr. Jones sold to
Prodjetuii &, limner in 16). After tome
other changes. Mr. ' Btuucrbecanie sole
owner of the IFaco'ii,ud has conduct
ed it since 1850.
I am indebted, to Mr. Brr.ner for the
follow inginforhiation in relation to the
Salisbury IWtttern CarolCh'uth :
.-TMitois triun i30. to, 1S23,. Lemuel
Bingham and Pl ilo White. From. -1 23.
Co 18.'1, Philo lite. From Jd30 to 1631
-' Burton Craige and Jefferson Jones. Fr.'iu
l&flto WW, Bui ton Crnige. From leo3
to I e.3tf, John Beaid.". From to J38
Dr. AkJiIm.1 ifiuith and Joseph . Ham pi
ton. From 1833 t 16-14, Dr. Benjamin
Austin nnd Chas. F. Fisher. I he paper
' then expired. All these. savaMr. Bing
ham, Mr. White and Di . Atlibei buntn,
are dead. V .
Sote. Thin rcrrectlon Is rcnSeretf more impon
atfrom the fact that Mr. Mngliani and Mr. White
were represented asuead, whereas tbe readers cf
the' Watch jas very wed Know that they are both
Uvlcg ; .Mr. Btnjbam, In Htatesvllle, C, and Mx.
Will? n.wni.v married) la-hltestown, X. Y,
Til2 Western X. C. -Railroad is -in bet
ter condition now. than ever before. The
ears-ate ru lining through to Alexander's,
teu miles below Ashevi'Ie; and the work
of construction under the supervisions
Maj. J. . Wilson, is oing on with nil
possible? spied beyond. The work along
the French-Broad is exceedingly heavy,
owing to the great tlifticr.ltiesof the ituUe.
The road led in w ought out -by the' pick
. and drill with the aid of nitroglycerine to
break en the
rocks, which are of the.'
ffnarlieTand t'M'hest hind.
The-condition of Llie.: urjuX over .the
roonntai:: is excellent. 'I here has 'been
no trouble at mud eutior sonic time p:ist,
and the force usually kept there has-been
put to : win k else w bests This place, made
- tamoiuhy. tif. newrpapcrsof the State, (
'S8CRe8 no -striking features'-to arrest
the eye of the traveler. .One might pass
over it every day for months without di
covering anything peculiar "about it, not
's vifk's.tauding it has tost riic State tJ:ou--'
aands- upon-thousands f h liars,- jind
hiiiUed the skill of thy best-engiuecitt i';: r
year, ft ocesi is ou tlie side of a mtmn-Lccuttiip through the West and South
tain where there is a cut not -exceeding j-west. Dr. Russell is n otnn of 'unqties-
12 or flf.ecu ftet in t.h. The
sid of the inountain. wljicli U not very
steep, lias 'been sliding down into the
cut, aud thcie lias been "nt wayo prevent
it. Tl:e diocchs is sltiw : ir duca imiifiUni.'
down with a pfung; but the track 'raisers
would go to bed at night leaving the road
hII riglit, to wake u; next intuuing and
rind it all ont-ef shape by an upheaval,
caused by the weight of earth from above,
klo'viy descending in mas, ith the trees
standing on it. Jt is not luoviug now,
-probably because of the dvy weather, or
it may have reached n tinnl stopping
place; and hence there is uo need of a
working force to le stationed there vj
There, is a coips. of fngincers now en
gaged in surveying and mapping the road
from Henry V to beyond the Blue Ridge,
"for the purpose of presenting an accurate
bird's eye jew ox the w onderful piece of
wuU ULCi.aq.lielii d tticre in the passage of
The business of tlie jroact seems con
stantly ou t'm iijcreasel." Tho travel up
and down ia laige requiring one sleeper,
ae firn-class aud one second class coach
t acromniodiite it. Round trip tickets
pre sold every Saturday, eo that those
sharing ft lends to visit may go and return
1 for-one fare.
Work re g trains a-o carrying forward
crtss ties and iron rails for the extension.
.nu poia ;.r the teiegvaph. These with
ihu ftoi.iK. ....,1 . 1
V Passenger trains,
tnuL- f Ia line?... r i ... I
... , m iUO roittl livli
night and d.-.y.
Piionir.iTiox J-v Ucxcomse County
Mr. J. lhiwmiii..f lltcliel count vi m.
n rotiMug Trdditioup&ech at Asheville
on Weduesttay of last ..Week, lie spoke
abouttwo hours, to" aliaige and iiitelii
.gent anfli-ree, levietvjrjg the whole sub
ject, and tlie argumt-nts bVpughi ogaiustif
brthe liquor :idvcates. Hi speech was
Ve-M received. Genllobt. Vance follow
ed in f,.w hti? spirikd amarks, design
ed to rally and encourage the friends "of
thecaiw. r ,?ut jv,, j, tlleir effolts to
carry the county. It is believed by the
fiwuU that nunetunbe will go for proj,i.
bjtioa by iron, 300 to 500 majority. Gen.
Vance told his Iimiihi! ,,f
te county v. tjle VoUj TCajJ taL
Hons. "Jr. K. Shoi:ir mwl i.r
- vud.v x uce, oi
JrMlfshury, were billed to speak in Ashe
vil'.e onawday hist, on that side of the
fini-stion, aud went up the road for tiiat
jmrpose. ' , .
ad ox Kp.ooki.tx They have a big
German ea iu n certain quarter of Drook"
1n, N. T., which ; has created a.'eensat'm?
among the people and got itself well abus-
vij. rising and sitting, and the pi ohiliiiion- suiall in i.any places paiiTallysuggest
Ms werenreiulielmipgly iu the majority, ive "fan almost total failure. Tho dii.
Lie liquor party are ' also wide awake, thj weathef has 'prevented- prtqier culti
ud havu their orators. Iu the held : 'Hiel vatuul and ty! this injury has ticen done
f it .iy me cuy papers, nis draft uhenUand is too i
rant leaves a wire us ..irB as a pi-t on's
f FtACK-DI?UaHT niabts cLiiia
The C'iniiiifr lllectlcn. -
Within the Aert vetk" th e'ectiorfor
.nd against whiskv will take p'ac c. Every
voter should attend the polls andvote1or
or against prohibition, for it is a very im
portant qnestiitt.to everyjnan, woman and
tliild in the State. . The census reports
show that there! is more illiteracy or igno-
ninec in North Camlinaihan in any other-
State in the Unjon; Gut-if4ier'pejIeihU I
rote next Thursday "against , vtdky, they
w ill prove themsIvea to have yood com
mon sense, whether they call read -"'or not.
There is no hidden mystery in the question
lK?nre the people. We all know what
spirituous liquids are, and their effec ts otffj
men and comnihnities. If the use ot; them ,
as a i)cverage is an evil, and. nolody will ;
deny it, then common sense tells ih to pro
hibit them, irthey do more harm than
good, prohibit them. If they cause cnaica
and heavier taxes, put them down, and let
the corn,, the. -rye and the fruits go to
strengthen ami I to build "up the country,
insteadjf pulling it down. It is a plain
question and requires nothing but good
common sense to teach us what we ought
to "do w ith it. ! " .
We .have trie1 rce whisky, a long time.
Jlorc tlian halflof the people do not use it,
except as a medicine, but they have had to
pay for the damages done by those who do
use it. T$ eahjav" ihtiny- ,crinisqand the so-
Lber andJudustfious people ha v to f)ot the
bills of cost "'""They have'had'fo bear this
j unjut burden formore than a hundred
years, .The liqnor drinkers and liquor
sellers thiak itlis ?all riglit and fair, but
t rtaon tells us that th'ev who dance should
pay the fidiUer; or to rhangc the' figure,
they who use and sell liquors should bear
all 1 he expenses "and pay all the costs.
Th'ev should not be. a lowed to follow a
business which taxes and damages their
iieighltors. Common sense elaui.s a legal
protection against such costs Miid damages,
nr it demands that the liquor business must
coine to an end. - : '
The.dismders in Arkausns and the as
sassination of J. L. W. Matthews, an
editor, thow a dreadful condition of af
fairs. Between the murders of Texas, the.
robberies' in ! Missooi ,- the shooting of
revenue officers in South Carolina; Geor-
' s;'- and other States, the crimes in the
Xorlh, the lawlessness iu'the North wvat,
and the crimes and assaiuatioii iu
Arkansas, this country is iu an uneiivui
ble condition, and in a fair way of mak
ing a name abroad Mich as no otluM
country in the world can rival".
So w ide-spread is the violence in cer- I
tain sections of our vast cownrr.v that Di
.yYH-Siani.II.-Kiissell, "Bali liitir' corie
poiidt-ut in the lite
W.I i ,
lis in veu mm u
pr:-miiei:ce to if in his vaiious !et: !.s ro t
the Loudon Hunting I'ost t duiiug his re-
tioiu'd-triitlituliiess, sitid whnt he has de
scribed will have tine weight abroad
We have given already his general im
pressions. His Ktrictures are just.
Tiie 'lawlessness in ' Texas and other
sections is almost without a parallel in
the nineteenth century. I,u some of the
Western States Missouri. 'Illinois, etc.
stage and railroad robberjes occur and
men are shot down by the villians as if
they were eo many prairie dogs -or bam
Is there any remedy T Cannot the Gov
ernor of Arkansas deal'with the lawless
ness mid. minders of his owir "State?
Must despeiadoes at nill issue their
edicts to ineu-l-judgeK, 'editor and others
and compel them to pack up and leave
the country. or die, just as the assassins
of Russia issue their ukase and compel
the Emperor t do as" they order or per
ish ! The State Governments ought to be
equal to the suppression of such crimes
as flourish iu Texas, Missouri and Arkan
sas. Government is a failure if it does
not protect: liberty, life and property.
Where is the remedy f Wilmington Mar.
If the Star had discovered the fruitful
causes ol". 'crime it might descerii a
probable remedy. Let us suppose all in
toxicating liquors out of the Country iind
the prohibitioil of its manufacture except'
fr medicinal, chemical and mechanical
purposes Wlia would be the . probable
effect of such a couditimi 1 Let us sup-
pose, again, that the newspaper press is
conducted on jstrietly moral principles,
showing a tbe regard for all those true
maxims for the - elevation and In'.-best
nappiness of the people, avoiding irrev
erence towards God anoHhc teachings of
his word. What would Ive the probable"
effect of such a cause as jh;tt f ?
ThesB are not impossible conditions
though they may be difikuiri to reach. The
Congress of tlie Uniied States with the
Legislatures o the States-,! might control
tlie liquor evil. pretty ettvt-tually if they
would. We know no remedy fir a ite
lauched press:Coiudsteut w ith its juresent
fieetlom, except the over-ruling ; power ot
a merciful Gtal. i - ' J-
Thk Ciiors-j-along the (ine of tlie West,
IX. C. Kailrnad-, have suffered
from dronth. j Both cortott and corn a i
, . . ,
A gtanl field of growing cdm or cotton is
the exception; while field after thdd ot
stunted and juif-vhed crops Veary t lie eye
of the traveler. It may not Te-ttM late
for a great improvement in fiiMl results,
if an abundance of tain shall yet come.
The richer autl better cultivated laudsi
are uot leytntl;hope but there is a broad
spread planted which, can Ja ever repay the
toirbestoived in it, chiefly TMHrunsis? the
Wr to bring good efps; even
ide seasons, ;und;lieWase of
bad tillage, tjrtiiei continue lo over
crop the'iustl ves insf ead. or coiicentralins
thtir eueigii-s aud iesonioenpaii smaller
'The old ehizeji of fthe St.ite w1hv may
have- fraveUMi tniongn Aauevnie, r. v.f
thirty or forty yenrsTag, woult1 be great-
r surprised oy ine cuiiuge w uicii mis ta
ken place in that town, if he were to viit
it ..now. Vv'ei will not attempt a deserip
tioo. further than to wy it is a wide
awake city of rare Iwauty aud attraction.
Within our memory the Central - Hotel,
now so well kept by Mr. W. P. Blair, was
one mthe piliicnnillnunM'8 fir the Town,
if not the' diirgcfct and; moist attractive.
But there are few if any hotel in the
State which excel! the "wunnanoaV and
the "Eagle,1' fit her iti n!z or elegance of
style.- 'l-he town is full of elegant hotel
jind boiinliug houKex, nnd it is well it is
o; for there is no other town iu the State
on which so large a number of pleasure
seekers make-regnlur aud periodic raidn.
They often hbek' np the utreets of .-even
ing with their tine carriages, in attempt
ing to pas and repass. There is a bridge
sicrnss'the French 'Broad ' alout a mile
from town which, owing to the packcg
ingand coining, ban necssi fated a double
track bridge, and Mr. Win. Murdoch of
Salisbury is now brilding the piers ami
hutments for if. The life of the State is
moving towards flm mountains, and this
eitv of the skyi is destiueit t be the
great centre nf one of the finest regions
tlift idn of heaven,
The Wilmington Pout in creditwi with
saying that Hon. Win. A. Smith is op
posed lo the prohibition -bill ana will
vote against if. -This does not accord
with the tenor of his two letters on the
action of the State Executive Committee.
We d not believe he would make a grand
flourish purposely to mislead the public
on a subject like this; and we think it
cannot be denied that those letters con
tained a rotest against the Democrats
having the honor of leading the prohibi
tion cause, and claimed that it belonged
equally to the llepuhlicans. What sense
could there be iir such talk if the autlioi 1
is op'poaed to the whole snbject. Mr.
Smith ought to iviite another letter ex
plaining the two first.
The-Gtveriiorof Mu , will oJTer $50.(!0(
for the arrest ;of the Winston tiain
Three memben of a family named Sea
christ, in Union county, died of typhoid
fever recently, iu 43 hours.
The first bale of Texas catton, sent to
market ou the 9th July, sold for $425. It
is worth while to be Zrf 'at this rate.
The census returns show a jv patato;i i :
uG.lc'l in Ed'-e ile coil.:!,. ; 2Z,'o h
C uiili.im ;
i22 is. Dure, an 1 T,04 in
A Guiit'oid counr
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inuii a (our in thi western counties said
he believed, witli-lheexceptiou tf Giiston.
they tvouid go for prtihibitiou.
If a mail can fast like a snake or a bear
lfor fort-dve -days, as tlitl Grisciuu, td
Chicago, without peisomtl ' damage, the
loss of two or three meal should not
make hisi "wolfish."
A gill 14 years old in Syracuse, N. Y.,
seized by tiie ueck a mad ting wuicli n;i.
tiding to bite her mothetniiti Jiebl it for
some minutes uniil a man was found to
conic and kill it.
The. pork packing and lard Flouse of
Cassurtl llrothers &: Co., 11 iltimore, was
destroyed by lire on the 2tth. Several
other establishments near were also de
stioyed. Paper dishes for the diuing room are
just ntiw gladdening the waiters ami cus
tom t rs ot hotels ami resaurants iu Berlin.
leakages cease , to tax aud annoy the
waiters, aud the dishes are lighter and
prettier but otherwise resemble the por-
The Wounded Pkesidext. Mr. Gar-
field's physicians report his case to be as
gHMl as could be expected. One opper-
at ion has been performed to relieve his
wound ofaccumalated pus,nud its thought
no more will be required. His general
condition is good.
The New York Herald La had a cor
respondent, traveling-, in tho South with
especial reference to ascertaining the
working 16811114 of the colored schools antl
culhvjfea illis report is favorable: the ne
groes' are showing aptitude aud eager in
terest" iu education, au'd the schools are
doing gtHHl work. ;
Pkohibitino the. PiSTOL. There is a
movement in this direction just starting.
We are in favor of it The sale of pistols
should b jest ric ted and the owners ol
them heavily taxed. We have laws for
tlie protection -of rights, property - and
person. The pistol assumes to take the
place of law. Down with the pistol.
Will Not Accept. We are authorized
to state that -Professor W.J. Martin, t"
Uavitlsoi) College, who has recently been
elected to a chair in the Unireraitv ot
Xorth Carolina, will not accept the posi
tion 'offered him.1 We are not surprised
that such an instructor as Col. Martin is
wanted at Chapel ,Hill, but we are quite as
glad to know that Davidson College is not
to. -lose him.' He has so . much faith in the
future ol Davidson Colleue that he prefers
trtTemain thfre. Whether on t the field or
tia 'the rstrut)v Col. Alartin, for by that
name be is knwwn to. many North Can
li mans, is a Uun leader, and we 'trust that
he' may be Scared Vet tuanv veara in tHt
aenrice of his State, as he will be as a nro
fessoc at; liavittsori College, not less than on
th tented field. Char. Obvtrter.
" i i - - - J . s
Forty years trial " Iu proved BLACK-
DRAUGHT. th- best liver medicine in
1 te world. ."'- "
WnAT Ex-GoYEnxoit Uoloex TiiixksIv
tvF rKplUBrTms.Iti n postal card too:te
: of our citizens, nn advised opinion from
ExrGovetuor Holden was to J this effect:
That!the victory is suie,n ' This comes
from a; man whom wo all knW to be no
mean rophet in campaign affairs. This
opiuKHt was given just after, his visit, to
thef State Preas Assiwiation Winston.
Fr the Watchman.
5 ItcnsonH -
For not attending Vie TeacJiirs Instilue,
given by the few wlni have not yet decid
ed t o go : ;
1. 1. know all about' teaejun!r alreadv.
and 1 don't helieve in their, new tangled
wiiys f trnehing, no how.
Answer. Oh! Don't ' Irelieve in new
things, eh ! You go to mill with the corn
in one; end of the bag and a rock in the
other, do ou f You Hail "out; yur wheat
with a slick aud louow it iu a hand sieve.
do voii f I
2. "Cah't tench an old dog new tricks."
Institutes will do tot' boys, but we !d
men wou't be tvenejited.
Ant. Cme-thcu, ami teach us voting
tlogs souie old tricks; old things are tifien
the best anyway. Dn t hltle 'y our liht
under a bushel, but come and give us the
hcueiit of your experience. We need it
and will appreciate it. ;
3, I'm afraid I'll make a mistake and
sdmelfody will laugh at me.
vlws. You will have plenty of g:od com
pany n mukiughuistkcnud then vour
time vvi I come to laugh too; but, spfiaw,
man, you elajm to Ih a conscientious
teacher, and tell me which is better and
more worthy f you, to stay away antl
liiiike that si!ne mistake in your school
loom every day for t!it;;.iiext ten years,
thereby mbleadiiig jierhaps huiidretfs of
innocent papils, m ohiw to the Institute
and have tint, mistake corrected, possibly
by having somtbuiig elite co: rectetl 'lor
4. It will cosd five.or six dollar?8, and 1
can t afford it. j
Am. Why, you expect to make from
seventy-five to, perhaps, two hundred
dollars or more during this winter, aud
can't you afford to pay live for a esKiipjetc
outfit f I am afraid the jfPople. may after
a while begin to think that they can't af
ford tin employ a teacher! who don't make
some ;Raeri!'5ses for t heir Lsnkf s.
5. Some of the instriictors"are too se
ven; And austere nud I'm afraid of iheir
A n't.- So much the better for yon if the
'instructor" were such fVirUiii'able mon
sters (a grievous mistake, however), as
you would-he sure tt b arn more by it,
luif the fact of the matter is, fliat they
are tuf iost i lictors, after all. and vu
I iiave both - the- Sun i;teiid lit and the
Conductor to stand between you and t" the coinplaint t:!eil. or j;5dgment by de
dauger. of whom the Superintendent cer- j 't will In- taken a.aiust them,
tainlv cannot be couideteil loi luid.ible. i July 23. 1331. C.F.Lowe,
atul tiie I'omluetor (Pi of. English), is the
verv perstUi'.heati' !i of .ioiI hr.uior
juy iiioreoojeeiionsT ext: u
Around the class and none to In
Class, you are dismissetl until thextiist
Mombiv in Aii":it, when x ou are expect -
e! ! report iu person, all. o) o-.i, imiik
;i Hie 'iVacheiV Institute iir .Salisbury .
. t i -. . "... .
atul, .Ve.-,:i;iv i:.. .1 iisuce i.'.ut:.:t
ford, of the fcuipremc Co!;:t thet! at
!i at S oVlocIi thi m u r.inr.
The 1:' . Ct ' e,.- 0 ."fitr.
befoie the i'leifi C..u Vt!:t'.o!i en "Jstn
nulism in .North Caiolina" is an instruct
ive pcriormance. Its value, consists ii,
i's sketch f the oldest editors ;i!;!
the first papers iu the State. ltsatcoi!iii
of the State press d'.ning the last .
years jutcetling the war is v; ;t;. -a:e,
and many papers that wichled a stioii
iudueuce for gtiiwl art not even referred
to. Hut the add res has a value tf i:.
own, atitl the Press Association did well
in directing its attention to the matter of
obtaining a history of journalism in North
Carolina. The work from HJ0 to ltfiiT
remains lo be-written. Wil. 'SLtr,
Prof. Stone, of Cincinnati sticks to it
that the couiet di I explode and . sep ii ate
into masses. The Professor believes tfiat
the separation was the result of a largi
exidosion, and that ihe matter tin own H
either 'gradually rtTurned to ihe .count
itself or tli.-appeared by some othur cause.
'cw8-0'oerrer of vester-
day says of
the proposed thanksgiving
"Governor Jarvis promptly responded,
leierapuiu ins concurrence, ami we
doubt not that his course meets the ap
probation of our entire people."
That is just what should have been
doue. Wilmington S7tr.
A Fuee FianT at A Picxic. A basket
picnic at Brevard's Station, in Gaston
county, Sat unlay, ended in what is de
scribed as a bloody free fijlit. A man
named Rlrynq struck another named Bra
dy with a rock. The latter iu turn liter
ally cut lUiyno to pieces with a kuilc.
Several others were hurt. Warrants were
put iti the hands of the "sheriff of Gaston
for the arrest of Brady," lint he has not
yet been apprehended. Khyne is notyct
dead. Clutr. Observer. "
A Mysterious CouxTEnritiT. A new
ami dangerous eounteifeit silver dollar is
now in circulation-. The imitation is in
all respects perfect , showing that the
machine used is of a hih ; order. - The
metal is tlie only mark by which the spu
rious character can lie told, it being of a
white tinge, iu no way resembling the
silver used in the genuine. What this
composition consists of Iras not been decid
ed upon by experts, but it Uws not require
an expert to detect the meUlic impmiry of
the spurious dollar.rt7flr. Observer.
A gentleman of this city, says the Char
lotte Oiserrer, was iu Moigauton Satur
day, and attended a large prohibition
meeting there, which was addressed dy
Judges Scheuck and J. L. Henry, W. S.
Ball and other ecntlemcn, with marked
effect; Judge Schenck in particular, says
our informant, made a powerful speech J
and drew tears from the eyes of old ir.cn 1
.-.Every man who luis nr' svmnatlir lor
- the thonsand. tjf our laud who are jmtt'er
I iug fi-om lire bliuftin" cur$e of iutemner
ance, should not fail to be at tbe polls on
the 4th of August aud rote For "Prohi
XnAntY all the ills that aflli'et mankind
Lean be pun nted and eured by keeping
the stomach, liver and kidneys in peifect
working order. There is" -tin medicine
known that will do this as quickly and
surely without interfeiing with your dc
ties as Parker Ginger Tonic. 1 See adver
10 Cords tf hard, dry .firewood, two feet
length. Apply at this office, j
July 23,1831. i!
A white woman youngi or middle aged
to do the work of a small family in the
country. No field work required.
Apply at the Watcemas office. 41
FOR RENT QE LEASE !
THE "CQrVl&ifiCiM. HOTEL,"
Situiteil on Market Street, in
Is for rent or lease for pne or ihore years.
There are 32 rooms in ihe lionetl and if open
ed by aeiHUj't'ieru man good biisine can be
done. The 'Bar" alone call dot l.oi.gh to py
t'e rent. P session ioiutediste.1
Fr terms snti p:iriit-ii!ar apply to i
- C20NLY & IIOREIS, Amiioneers,
41:1 Stock ami Real Estate Brokers.
In th3 Supciicr Ccnrt, Jnly 25, 1E31.
James Smith, Piniatinl
Henry G. Stebbin,Trns !
t-e tor Franklin Osgood. j
Chas. Vocke. Geo rue C Acthm t rccov-
Irwin, aiitl Henry G.
Sief'bins nnd siuv. :uil
ti real estate.
J. M. Primm. Do!V!.d- j
The t)efi-ndant, Henrr 0. Stehbins.
Frauk!ia ()ot.l. Chas. Vocke, Oeire
Irwin a;l Henry G. .Ste!liins aud son, are
nereiw- nonneo: mat me anovc entiticM eiv
iraetiou is brought for the recovery of re
alty sitii:Ueil in -county known us "The
Silver Hill Mining ProjKTty." and tlamages
for its (h tcrition. and that they are requireil
to appear at the next ter:u of said Court to
be held at Lexington on the first Ioudav
,n pep:emoer. si. uc.ii anwcr or demur
C. S C.
SALE BY TJ. S. MARSHAL.
Uy vSrtuo ot Ft. Ft.
' In fivor of The M.
. C , it dast A. li. U iv-
I I m u. i.. v. . s..li,u ii
i.i .......... ... ..
hu . . t. Llackwctxl. leltui.-
ilue t-o tlie lV.uea st u.-j. livuit Court Po;-eiua:r
Term, ! v.i.;ii l ii.uiuttf. N, t... i win sell lor easu.
tvi t ie iiK-.ii-si !.ii.io: . ;ir l :n- tviurt i;me n.-.or In
s.iltstear) . fa iJow.tu Cmriiy. N. t. on tiK' 'Ui duv
i ot eten;Ur, I -!. -Hie i v,. rest or t;e a hove n-uaed
Ueffikluit in aim to t!ic 1 1! now lag- proj.ertj :
I Ac.ico di ),injn!i I ctii nKlt-s tit tiraat's Creek, ad-'
j jolnl:: il:; l;n.ls CI A. e.ider.on s.n-! otaers. sub- 1
f r loT l f-i ivl '-.".-" iS-iJit '.'I'l ' Mm lot in Hi.. I
; n.riir .v . t'.i." t-.'. .!. valrsbury, comer ot
Main an1 cei.i rery .sre -::i. i.-j.u ii:it:.y .in iut
i i.-.T i.- j it- i.i t'.ie pi:-; 'v trd if i iif i"V ii oi
iU'l-H,-: .f(:n:.-t::!'C il 1 ,.-re. ' si.ir:lrdv.r j
! 1 i-i.'t ul' :.l '. ci J k. Si .. ei tl. t 1 t krvn :i,
::; c. n'.n i-l. ,ulj.i.,l u l. L. ii;:r.:-s t o!.. c-.ti- j
t '. .1 .t:e ,iji;t ! :i : ;-.;i t ii' in t: i.tn-'is
i ' : i': i .i .l . i1 I. r.'jr. ;.. i-'inir.t; l! !
I !ir, !s.(.-! ?. X. !. f I'-.-s-.-i H i!., :;!.! t u ) U ti i uv t
:hT . T i : iv'.c l i --.; :rt .' A 11. re..t,-ii in
tiie kits now O'-.-u i-.-.! b. iy.s ni'titr. Mrs. .t.iae
l;ov.l'-r. :vs ! rrsi ie':'-.'. i;i I f- i n Oi Ss;i-bv.rv.
h--!ieul by H.i-!.- si., .ln-'oii --t , Fis'-rr SI.
Ciiurch St. iH-e.?j :.i 1: jx i !. cwt of purchasiT.
hp. M. D"i;-;(. .-,
. - .M 'A'CiiM n t'idtrict ol X. C.
rv Sam!. I. Vk-,.- ,
I'c.-uiv u. y. .M.-.ral. . 41. -It
! fr - j.i i -t; I o"r J:
next, at the C'otnt House
I will si-!! tli.it v;i!m!i!( p!
y th:- late ,io!i;i iir:er
ci'jhtv acres, iinir:- or'Iea-.
in aiisimn .
eoiisi-.; inii ot
ndjoips t lie 'iii-.i1,
:mi!ul SafVet ni:
ot Thomas Pinksttn
other, and will !'
sul.jert to t!k'.' Dower of John Darker
Terms of sale One-third of the purchase
money miit lf p iid at t !u; eontii mation of
t he sa!e. ;md a cre!it o six uiont lis frm
the iav of salt- wi'l !u triven for the other
two t!ii:d-. wii!) interePt :tt 8 percent
Title rex-rved 'until lint jiurchase money is
all paid. Uy order of Com t.
V M. J'l. JIING AID.
Juiv 20, t83t. Atba'r of John Barger.
Noricu To IVrme'ii Koonts, one of the
Defendants, unknown resident, take notice
lll-.tt llin l.'illil'.l'Inif isli!iimirt Ik.io I..
j Usue(l ;l,Minst Vou"to ui.pear before the
Clerk of the Superior Court on the 2d day
of September, lS81,at Lexington, or the re
lief asked for w ill be "ranted.
MM (fety, ii Snperlor Coirl.
Michael Koouts and
A. F. I'ii kctt. Lcc-
t o r s tif David
ajnir,t Summons for Relief..
D. W. 1'ickcrt.and
wife Snrah, A. F.
Pickett and w ife
N a n e y, M i e h a e I
Koonts and wife Fra
ny, Emanuel Koonts
and wife Margaret.
Z"in!y Koonts and
wife JEli.a. Pliillip
Koonts and wile
Gobble, Mary Koonts,
Joicy Koonts. Chris- j
tian Sowers ami wilo't
Albertine. heirs of
Dtilana KoonU. and
Pennelia Koonts. J
latc of lYorf Si Carolina.
To t'ts Sheriff of D.uihin Crunty-Greeting:
Yu arc hereby commanded, to summon
Pennelia Koonts, one of the Defendants,
above n.yned, if she Ik? found within vour
County, to appear at the ofhVe of the Clerk
of the Superior Court for the County of
Davidson on Friday tho 2d dav of Septctn-
ler. 18t I, after the service of this summons,
exclusive of the day of uch service, and
answer the complaint, a copy .of which is
served with this Ftn.mons, and let her take
notice that if she fail to answer the said
complaint within that time, the plaintiff
will apply to tne Uourt lor tlie relief de
manded in'tbe complaint.
Hereof fa I not, and of this summons
make due return. " .
Given under my. hand ami scal of said
j Court, this 14th day of July, 1831.
C. F. Lowr,
.1 . - ' ' '. . i-
1 MDiirii Hi
Wo have now in store the Largest and most Complete St I
wo liave ever offered:
prints, Lawns mn bhess eeossi -
Are Handsome and ' at Price to sult all. . : . -.
Cassimeres, Gottonades, Domeslics, Notions 1
cv7 ontris lor gu-ruiMiY iti Jxiuiil I'neea f&
On. AtiV- of Plnll.lit.. ... .
Yc well sell yon a coat at 50 cents,
have ever offered and at lower prices.
White and Brown Sugars.
have alwavs on hand The
who like the Bet. Also
' Always on hand, at 23 ds per bushtl. " 1 Br
A Pull Assortment of the BEST TOBACCOS
G- MEA T EEDUGT T O K
LA 0 IE S AH D fslsri'S STRAW HATS'
Rio Coffee 12c; Arbuekle's Ariosn 20c; Fancy Lavuavra 20c; Old Government J
Ten or twelve kind. Acla ses and Syrups, and among tlum tlie best iu thu m a
i Full Stock of Sasi Irbh Potato:s cn hand.
RU?Y USEFUl THINGS Ai 5.CENT3 EACH. Be""ur.nd,eeilwforeyo8lBr6r'
With this bird's eye view of what we have.' we return th.rnks fur n mt ,U -and
solicit future favors. Yours very resjHet fnllr, 1 l'uen
W. W. Tayir, n. F. Atkixs, Salesmen. 1 - afl
June 7, SSI. ' G xn
of GENEROUS .1EUCHAXDISE, u e have just rcceivetl a MEV snd
BEAUTIFUL STOCK OP ":
LAWNS & DRESS GOODS,
ic3 VSJL r
BEST LINE 01 LADIES' COSSETS IHJOWH
Our BE&BTF ot 50. Can JYot c Equalled!
T 1iti won ttiU C-" i I
thr" iv 4ii l . . r v !.. I
or r l!i ! ; I - ,s. .. j
t h v-n v- r. !
5? : K- iV.t'.v;- si.
'See our CHILDREN'S SLTTS-a'l
Vrili liave in
FULL LINK OF
a few d;is ai, other
':-". :..' - -4
ill .ir-.-JJr,iji5ii 1 5 .' I 1
MACHINE -XKKDI.LS AND AlTACilM
A r ice ITousa and Lot for -a!e at f- "t o!
Main Street, know n as Caroline McLc! -iai.-l's
Ml:ii-f l-'..r li.i'i! ll'iLiS: a!l'l- :) tin
i - i - i
f preuii-e. t il- -
Dividson County. N. 0.-
The ? ti annual sts.'-l-.'n b-'-cln Aucuit
'iCacU'V.. - lit tler rie; ..iei lii.M. (Vo b t ic i
best won;. ttr rs everv auvara -cv n M.e s -UKT-Htii
and abend totirse la t itf-r.ut-.ro um--uid
An. at rates lower wn anv e jy.it sri-. 1': in
Slate rn t;d ltitj rry lUitijn !;o.a f -J io
-.'f-r urn .Kcc v.'t.V.oj;iie.
4!;4t a. W. jl.IXHAUT, Pri.l.
HOETH CMOLIM COLLEGE,
Kt. Pleasant, IT. C.
ra .vt session ol this Institution
Location Ilealty Expenses Motb-rate. I;
stru.-li ui thorou.h. and special .alteidion
yiven to those w ho w ih to preuue for the
work of teaching. " Address
L. A. BIKLF, I). I).,
EEABKIIH ACADEMY 1 !
Eag'ish, Chsrlcal, Mathematical, Ccho:l,
MALE AND FEMALE.
This School, e'unated four miles Ntufh
of S.ilishury, will re-open llie 1st Moiulny in
August, 1881, and continue 40 wet ks wild a
short vacation ai I'ht iMiuas. Durinc tbe lai
scluil.i-iic year tW pupils wtreeiirolit'd
Can be lisil in families at rt-itsonalile prices.
Also, ample f.icilities for younc mtri who wisl.
is thoroiili and prnciical, by ret UnUor
lectures. There isahoa ood and llourisliinj
MM'ictv ll'rt'seiiti in Conner! ion with i!ih
(Hliool. t-areiun woo win 10 c've lnerr:",,- " v " ' ' - ' . tt
children a stood practical tdueaiiei.., or prejvire !'r'' f,n residents of the State, to appt .
Ihirri lor ldlesfeor euiii.arv. will id.. w.Hi,, the ofSee of the .Clerk of- tlie o'5n
a I -
semi tliera here,
For further information at1.
ILKV. II. M. flKOU ,
J. Ilnr.RV FifiiEi:,
Land and Mil
By virtue of a decree of. the Superior
Court of Rowan County in the caw: of IIcss.
Rogers, and Chambers, against R. F.
Graham and others, I will sell on
MONDAY THE FinST DAT OP ACGCST,
1381. at the Court House in Salisbury, the
untlividetl one-half interest of P. R. Bur
ringer in the Peter L. Barringt r Mill Tiaet.
situate in Rowan County containing 12
aces, adjoining the lands of Mrs. Kcplcv,
Mr. Robinson, J. C. O. Graham and others.
Term cah. S;ile a!solute.
J. W. Macset, Ctnimist.ifner.
July 1, 1881. 3H:4t
Subscribe for Carolina W-tch
CD XT XT
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an t It.. I. i '
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at UOCK-Uoltnm P-;..
rhO UR- trv it i'
. a Wn r W '.-J0'.
it Ton to unr
i; g. Vi
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from . t . t i fourteen
; of la :!?:-. 'fiL'M'.ir.n hat!
JONES, McCUFBIUS & CO.
'TOW PUE fj.
The hi-st Ki'n!.i7 '-'iTit In tli woiM. ('t(a.
rlaiyit on il.is t'iuvfiiiiii 'nda a la'utr prictliu
tlia . jrlnat'il oa :nvoi.ir.
Can cvf ,t K.izru. C'r.-n'.-er.!. S C. -scents
tor ;;o.vhi. st ir.lv arf : iiriufrsCn1!
Fcr CtT il ir, . a'l on M.P. firown, Saastourr
VsMSIc LlGfiS a M M M
re :! :
, orb:.- iJicapcrinr
urnt v in' rfie hsc et LN.
a . a. i .-i Toltii!ff
is-::: Nsiinrrs p-
::t u i! ; . ilV i- Jnr m!c it
i Cidir! ll'tiiicP"'r
U-.L-hns-ai ui': u if
. i- ;n- n.-'dt'is' ..:;!
I) lin'i ii ',-.', v:ii?l ( im:;
i ', re ,'!i.. t io i -i? 1 h
liie tow n J tali! Ui'
let Zjzy cf August,
lot i;. l'-:'i nnd ; i suiao prt'r-
eitv. to wi : Ai)':t -'i'l.'t i e latnt -uaU'd
in r-.::i-i ir tnrtip n t In Wifler s
F. riy lhad. nbour -1 miYes f:ora the t'Wot
Saiiburv, a'i j"i-i.."i!i t !i-'Taii!s of Th.
Kerns. I. V. Jo !-.-. M try lLetset. et iU
I n-r I l.d l-llil iliM icil loJ.Jl.B-
JohiiM'iriiy .Fohri I. " J
Tv. i id v I.-ires .)f Sloe-
tver. dccM. Al
in the North Caru.
lina Kail H"a !.
Tciius 6f sale. Cash.
- . Jou?r S. Hr.NDET.sox,
L. 11. Cl.BMKNT.
'Ss?:.?h'irr. N. C. July Cth 11. ;
inf f arala : Rwas -m-
In the Superior Cturt.
John C. IViin'iaa'.nn. Trustee-f th D"tch
j - Creek M'niii. Contpany, and David Bi--
i ringer, INaintifN. '
i i ti .... it ..'..,. V' ur.t Mrf aad Tbo
as Ivirnhart. Vf-mlant.
Petition l y-fl l. n.d fr rnrtttm.
,1 i'laintiff. J. I Nt
' c n ai.e.a
-. . . i.i. i.i:....i;.n iu niiuc
TK' .' " "''"'"" '"" 7 ':" ..
in thet.AKOl.X? V .UI Sl.il a 7. o -
f..... t.....lf.' r..ift. i.i.f till
Count v at tne
' t ... .!... Iwt rttf
- . Court of lnwan
Tr,.-,. ;.. 3..i;i...r,-
on .ve.mia .
of August. I AS I. a-d aawer tlieconip)'?
of the nlamt.l;-. who h -will !e rneu
.,.,. t-.. v.i.f ;.!..,! ,-!i,.n u m un ten n5"'
g.,,. ........... Imtti
....... - .--r
l!ie tlate hereof, mid if they Isillo bb-
ihe comnlair.t. the iiTruntiff;. will "PR1?,.
the Court for the relief demanded
.I 'M. Ilor.AU,
Tins l.h iIv cf June, 1SS1.i.
Clerk Sip'iio,- Court Rowan Coot"?.
m i TIT
I ii A UI
V.-ihiTp opened a Livery Stable
tween iiala ami Lee Sireets. wberc
pledseutesr-ne the ruc- our tanmt Qln
bright nail i;air, and our te ms reasonaw ,
us - eH. . m ftrfl.
3Iv28, 91. W.A.aowerjl1
tf . ' -
by some of Lis allusions. I
onlv 31.50 pr rear in atlvtiner.
1 or sale is Tho. i : klui!.
arears. t i