"TtIiUKSDAY, .ILLY 2S, 11.
I XEW T12K32S.
! From and after the'lst dny of January,
- 1331,'ltJ subscription price of the Watch
' ma will be as follows t f
T- Oah year, paid in advance, $1 50
I . ptyiin'iit dtd;yd :i mouths, 2.00
payment ileiuycu vz 1 1 1 : 1 1 ; i "i
t HisitOUY OF UOWAS COUMTl'
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! tbe bilker- Jt will le a book of m-c i
500 pages Only 30 copies have U-mi
printed iu book loi in,. eon-qiu utly the
: eappty vt,v 11 isj'H'posed
to sell these, bound inelnth, at
. 51 !
Hv mail oo tio
Iij one-half calf or morocco ... 1 ..r0
liy mail do. do......... .m
Persons desiring" b obtain a copy'niay
Bend; in their order, aecinnpanied by
the price, and the work will be delivered
as soon at iimuc u-.m;
i i .
.The 'Conunercia'. Hotel," Wilmington,
N. C, is (or rent. See ad. iujhis piiper.
pitD. In Te.tas, on the 10th instant,
ir. David Kerns, aged 74 years. Deceas-
cd was formal v a resilient of this County.
j . ; jr.;' " J ..
; DtED.- -Xear Amity Hill, Iredell Cotin
l iSi -July 2lst, little Tom mi e, son of
. G.I A. and S. B. Masters, aged about
1 ' "a- i ." ' .
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-I. J.I -
i Reliable informatLon has reached us to
tli4 f fleet that every County beyoud the
BlBoTUiilge will go for Piohibitiou. This
. i jjood news.
; :, O r .
China Grove 'is afflicted-with typhoid
-fevcrv'AVe leanrthat three " persons are
sneering from this disease now, while Dr.
i , Archie i about recovered from a severe
j " Attack.
Wcihave Ix en inlbrnu d that a mineral
fprirtg has beeiP discovered on the old f
Roberts place near Lexington, N. C., the--!
water of whiili is verv nimilar, to that
of the famous Saratoga Spiisigs, N. Y.
Mr'. Jno. II. Eniii. is si lling n good
fthilig in the "granger Fruit and Vegeta
ble'. Drier" will j.lrv enosii'h fruit in two
days io pay fjr ifsclf.
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It-is. gratifvitrg to note tli.it the trains i.
on tlie Western road are iiow well filled
hre ' crowded going West at this
seasoju. The road is iu splendid "con
dition and deserves the patr.oiwge.
LCthei: Bk.ns'n, tlie Indiana trniper-
ance iorator, fpi)Ke t a Iai-re audiettce in
Mernuev'.s, Ha!!, Mo.n:iv lii'r!it.
He i.h a
rapid, o;r,,V,! sreak-r. and -answer all I
tin? "'jil.jeclionH-.if j!,e-Ii-i..i ad Urates
'ov'h-u-belniiutlv. He made some votes
M'oif prohibit ion, both here and at
"chliirh. in Davie' county, at which latter
j i - j . i
pUfi he spoke r.tst I'aMnday.
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! t. .-
caininnuicattous loi piiblii-al i.irr sh.oiM r
i j .,
caieftil to oliM-i ve the wi 11 knoyri rules,
tli.it tin' m irui'ii'it !,,,m!.1 lw n iiti.... ;.. I
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;5htni readaj'!;- Irnui, and niaib-d so
tif ivnrli us Uy V.'tltieo.y at lofoi;'. '
, ciuir.f spare I he tiine to sf vdy -: 1
irHiiianliiii, aird eoii.:eqa'n;l
tiilMil-itniH ie!do'm appear.
Tlie excreisei of r lie T
frbnari. wiU oinmna-e-nest Jlonday at
10 !o k. A M. -'ehhe received from
Mr. L-Ni i! the" por:iinine Tor the fir-t
4r, iiosiaed to illustrate, tlie programme
r'1,'!l day. which is rather longer than
we c in -cm v eniently gl ve place to. It w i 1 1
bp tq occnoiBn of sp.-cial intcicst to. school
teaclu-rs, who will undouliledly find it to
their iintt rt'st to aj tend.
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j Cww Davis. V regret to Icarn
tt the dmuth has been very severe in
t&nt pnrt nf Davie known 'as the -"Forks,"
jreneAlly a bind pfGoslicn, where seareitv
almost unknown. A gentleman from
t(iat icc-tion has to!U us that tbr rom-miil
t . k
cotton crops nrc ahnwst a total failure, es
pccialy on uplands. There ' has not been
rm jnough since corn was planted to wit
tbe ground nn inch deep. The tobacco
jop is also a faihire.
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Atraiiger walking over the city, re-
niarlifd : "Wliv tTti,,'t - ..-..
; i- ,. j, 1 unci H.C-
Authorities for allowing the cause of the
gj-eatj variety odors one meets in a walk
ojrer the eity.'
j'fliis remark iu itsi'Jfu sufficient. He
UjaiU? another stateinen!; which maybe
"fw ? foniff: "that the
fUes a ho
pen a nuisance in a
i TH;c Kivek WoiiK.-Thc work is pro-'
gpstliig fairly jhe force has gotten be
BdSower's. ferry and are Hearing the
: rohe North and South Yad-
. 1lnm a junction. Theyork is cm
I''He4 f,ill !ie bridge up. The work
T if1 l'inent bouhlersand heavier
l! n ',aVe hK Vil l lou " i0 bas exten
y d 20 miles Uj, t!o, ,,-iyt.rf but tliey are
leaving the channel in a tiuished
c!i'ntion. . ' 0
..j4e;alo uoticcd that on the two large
- 'jjS- ou the derricksare built,
hare put on engines with upright
'f ' U Imrst P 'ver, Hiid steam hoists.
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ioe alM .t...
til.m !.. ... .
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a:;; b? gotten,-
tfg to tv?c en-
ilv hui.d-ii.. I.,-.! n p.).i!c of
T. K BRUNEI?, MANAGER.
Deck J! E.-Tlii property 1 j i ng JO
miles from Lexington-, contains 05 . acres.
It-is near the Silver II1U and SiliW Val
ley in inef. A conipauy.lias ln-en formed to j
develop the? . property which islhought !
to 'be wch.' ,' T-j ' ''4
struck it men.
TJie' Eretl GoTil Miniiwr fVimh i'iv .f
!.,,, f. . " : J '
j Cabarrus County have come into a i tch
pocket - have found a -large quantity of j
i8,all particle-- ami tine-, img-jets
j We!glii'iis fioiu one to ttvcj vnnce They
j woiked only lour da) slhisiveekTaid were
; jom-il t stop on account of failure of
! wqjfriy As hoii an the water supply can
ImA muilc li-Ii.ilih' tli- - Will -iiti;m. th
i. ti.. Ji i
! lilU 1111 IU" , llllllliriS UUH
working the sut faev. The income of late
has umouutL-d to a handled dollars a
Thomasvili.k Notes. Amor." the. miu
iug men recently visiting Tliotnasville,
are John C. llahminy, of N l, V. B.flow. The top of Uoau Mountain being
ir .it ,.f r i i n. t ii.
Bergen, N. J., S. T.' Maniey -anil -Philo
Norton of Piiilailelpliia. Frank Hmld of
N; Y.,-tttid Ilemy Matliey 3L Ei & M'Y.
Allen Mixe. The , water ik being
taken out of main shaft and jauother
shaft is being dug from whica Supt.
Crump says they are taking out ores of
much better grade than from the old
shaft. They work-a force of 10 to 15
Baltimore Gold and Silyfr Iixe.
A hi,rge boiler and fixtures and ma
chinery have been "added to this mine
which will enable thetu to work on a
large scale. - j
Stelle Mine. Supt. P)pplein gives in
formation to the effect that the ores now
taken from this mine are exciiedinlv
rich, and will assay up iu the hundreds.
Ilr.RKiXG Gld. Prospects flattering.
They are running two Howlaud Pulver
izers, and say they realize a Jj uud red
doila'rs per day. It is their intention to
add more machinery wldch will; enable
them to greatly increase. the yield.
Ward Mixe. Messrs. Maflley and
Norton a;erectiug machinery jon this
property for .working surface deposits
and low grade ores. j
Mr. Tin man CoTiiau is, working! a pros
pecting frce n "Alorjis Mountain" in
Montgomery. County. lie has discovered
a vein ofquartz and soft talc which he
thinks will average .15 per toa. - j
ABBOTS CHEEK MOUNTAIN".
Tins property; lying in Davidson
Comity, ten miles south of Lexington a-nd
sven miles sontheast of LiuwoOd, con
tains four hundred -and thirty icres of
hud." The mountain proper, about C00
iwt lli-k''' th:lu t!i' -"rr.nnding country,
c",!t"sins nbuut 4(K) aeres and isia little
TiiXvl il iu''H" I M a din ct line be-
tu,'':i Conrad Hill in Da-idsnu atid G ld
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; Hlil la Ko .van (o.iat , ia one and a ha!,
, - i j
I mi.rs vtt hom f:i!vei Hlil and iiet ad- j
! J Minn-
tne eel Mi;-. I ins, la iter
ii.irt 1 --: i !: vt'loo.'il to ti .?(,! b .if 711
teet, ai.d was haul to tie paving, it was re-
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itvntlv puichaseu tv. Mr. Veel ot New
I y .." fc " - -
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Oh the mountain are live
iiiiaiiz. ! ins. i oese veins an i ui near- ,
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IV pa.aiiel with the l.-u-th of the and
I . i - .- m.
, seem to oe l eriJenuH ul u tissuivh. 1 ne
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i tiieorv of irsideor mitjer i lbat th se
I veins ioin at a dent h of av 150 or -A'M
i - - T
j feet. The largest v ein-i 3 leelf w id
while the,..ther four w ill average 2 feet.
There is one. shaft open to tiie depth ol
2d feet, besides - which there are 'several
prospect hole. This nw hhaft has cat
a vein of honey combed, pyri)ifeious
quartz, three feet iu width, boujid by a
mass ot .soft talcosc slate.
Fhe Uody, or
under-l ing lock see ins to be a
slate of grayish color.
The otes taken. from thi vein thow a
rich point of coarse gold some of the
particles approaching a half grain in
weight. ' Xo assjiy has been made! except
Uy pan. This shows a value in free gold
of from 10 to 2d dollars per toil. The
presumption is that tiie veins will run
into sulnhurets after iassin;r water level.
though at prcscu t the iudjcatious'ave very
On some Of the other out-crops there
are evidences oi copper, but in no great
The land is well timbered and lays
well for mining purposes. j .
Thu mountain is owued by fiv0 heirs,
w ho reside in three States, and tliey are
anxious to dispose of the property1
jmrpose of division Geti. G, Smith
at Ltti wood, Davidson Couutv, will show
the property and all letters of enquiry
ttijty be addressed to him. He is in posi
tion to assure a sound title, j T.. ere
will be nothing like Jin extravagaht
price asked for the property. j
The development of the mining inter
ests, of Caldwell, lo which we referred
some time since, is still being pushed
forward. There are- three prospecting
parties now at work in the miuitig sec
tion of the county uud each one of them
seems, so, far, to have met with nothing
but signs of success. An English company
i siifking shafts at Pax Hill, one from
Philadelphia, has leu at work on a new
mine -Hear Harlier's Chinch, and! some
New Yoikers are now investigating the
Iiaker Gold Mine." These mines are all
situated iu .a part of the county which
has always furnished gold for the wash
ing and there is no doubt bnt that syste
matic, scientific mining will . make this
one of Caldwell's chief lesouicc. A slight
iii.Iot of tli. flttent l.i rlii.l lt:ior toin.
.umninf .if A n.l l. orr)it 1 1" ll firm lit
Lenoir who have on jiaud a little vial
full of gold dust, worth $300, and collect
ed within the last month or two Lenoir
Eoax Mountain. Parties Visiting in
Western 'North Carolina should not fail
to visit the-. Roan. Ft is on the dividing
line between this State and .Tenn., io the
Comity of Mitchell, and is 6,3f)l feet
above llio sea. . " "j
Prof.. Asa Gray, of Harvard College,
j ays: Itl the most beantifnl -mountain
East of thel Koekies." The Mount aid top
is tt Wautii'ulrgrassy prairie of 1,000 acres,
dotted over with red Rhododendrons,
Azalia uud Mountain Ilearher, in clumps
from a yard to ten acre, iu the beautiful
tin'eeusward. friuued with rich Balsams j
and Spruce, -lowing from bed of i.iot
luxat ion uiosscs. .Ueisj are deep wtHtds,
tangled .thickets, wild glens and great
cliffs of naked granite, hundreds of feet
hi;li,' with deep, dea.se gorges beneath
them- wlmsc gtillnessa human footfall
has rareiy broken. Thunder storms often
till theivajlev while sunshine bathes the
riHUintaiir top; and no grander view is
ever seen than that presented on such an
occasion. A huudred mountain peaks
rise out of the storm clouds like islands
iu the sea, while lurid lightnings cleave
the cloud lake lying in the valleys be
above dangerous lightning storm clouds,
is free? from thunderbolts. No insects or
reptile fouud at this altitude.
Among the most pleasant features of a
visit to the lian rests in the tact that
when jyou ieach the top, you lind a
comfortable, well kept hotel- the "Clowd
land" wheie. you receive every atten
tion, and where you may enjoy as good
a table as any resort furnishes. Do not
fail to go ou the lloan it is only 35
miles from Marion, on the Western N. C.
Wer re-publish with pleasure the fid
lowing letter, Tlie young men area
credit to Salisbury, and we are glad to
hear thein well spoken" of.
A Deserving- Firm.
From Lk Landmark.
T w ish to say something through the
columns of your paper by way of ; en
dorsement of. the hardware house of
Messrs. Baker & Woods, of Statesville.
This firm has proveti itself a -public bene
faction. It has not only opened a large
and complete stck of general hardware,
which it is selling at the most reasonable
juices, but it lias introduced a great
variety of improved agricultural machin
ery of n class which, prior to its opening
business here, could not be had oiutliu
market Placing this machinery before
the eyes oft he farmers of this and adjoin
ing counties, and puttiugot within the
reach of planters of even moderate means,
it has thus proved itself not only a con
venience to its patron, but has done and
is doing by this means a genuine public
The members of the firm are ener
getic, industrious, sober and reliable
y oung gentlemen, and it has occurred to
me that this tiibute to them was eminently
due. . Very Respectfully. !
A Falsehood Nailed.
Mr' I?bt-vp ,T l.Itt. Bnn,7 J"ft.r
publicatioiin ktfer.fiom my esteeniel
; f iendt Dr; It; A: Khiinpoek. - It is need
! less to fell mi .it- :i n v nt !: v li. L- !in'io
nie, mat tl:e wjoile statement is a lie out
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o w Ijolv cloth. iMiielv the anli-prohiibi-
tionists are hard uj. wiien tiiej use sucii
i lUeans to iiiuaenee voters.
.1. J. UMMEUELL.
Gold Hill, N. C, July SG.'ls.
Dr. Summereil, Salisbury, y. C. : I
Dear bir: It is pubiiclv reported! in
thin village nod surroniuiii.-geoiiDtrv, that
; S ",M" uuu! ,ivi,,S '-' Dr. Coleman', was
i in your city a lew ilav since and wanted
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... iju.iii niyn iiifie 101 I lie u.se 01 msiam
i ily, and could not get it without an older
Iroui a nh vsiei.Mi. and that lie a-Ued von
for it and what vott 'would
i .inn .o.ii iuiMtrr .i!s one i;iiiiai.
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j he also told you that a doll tr was all
money he had, and if you charged him a
dollar, hu would havo to go home without
This is being used by the anti-prohibitionists
with fatal effect upon the cause
of prohibition. All I wish, to know, Doc
tor, is it the truth, or is it a tale made! up
to in") n re the cause of prohibition. Vou
will oblige me "by answering, at your ear
21. A. SlIIMPOCK.
English Sympathy with PkesidJcxt
Gakfielu. London. July 25. The Stan
dard in tin editorial article this morning
says: In England every. incident of PrW
ident Garfield's illness is watched with
keen but nionrnful interest. Had he
been a British statesman it, would have
been hardly possible for the English peo
pleto have manifested a rner sentiment
of sympathy than that w hich they have
extended to his faniily and to his coun
try. In no part of the United States will
the news that Mr. Garfield is out of dan
ger be more joyfully received than) in
England'. In no part of the Union will
tins tidings of his death, should that mel
ancholy event occur, ercitc a deeper! or
more general feeling of sorrow than They
would produce throughout ler majesty's
English speaking dominion.
For the Watchman.
of exercises for the Rowan County Sunday
School Convention, to be held at Union
Church August 23-4, 1881.
jrorics axd sfeakkqs.
1st, Sunday School Discipline. Robt. 51.
Davis, Dr. J. F. Griffith, Capt. J. A. Kam
21, Ifow to secure 'titer preparation ofles
nn both on the part f Uachert and pvpiti.
John V. Maunev, Jeremiah Graeber,
George IL .McNeill. . "
- 3d, The relation cxitting leticeex family
and Sunday School inttrvcthn, James M.
Gray, Rev. J. Rumple,' Augustus Graeber.
4th, How can the Sunday School le ren
dered both interestirg and efficient? Capt.
R. R. Crawford. W. L. Kluttz, Rev. V. J.
Smith. t. .
, jor iead-aclie, or back-acle for ladiee
who drink "MINE OF CARDU?
!; M Thro. F. Kluttx's.
, OF HIGH PEIGES HAS BEEN MADE AT
SUITS, SHOES, ! HATS AND
We arcclosing out our Spring and Summer
Goods in order to make room for our Winter
Stock, which will far exceed anything ever
brought to this market, j You can now secure
at a Great Discount, Bargains in
HATS, All SfvEea; and Pa
SUITS, COATS VESTS, AND PANTS,
Any Way to Suit Purchasers.
Ovr line of Shoes is tvelli assorted and can not
fail to please at the greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Sandals, Cloth Shoes and Gaiters.
GENTS' HAND-MADE SHOES, GAMES, TIES, LOW QUARTERS,
ALL GREATLY REDUCED.
.-V lot of Clolb Shoes to he closed out at very low figuercs. Ladies will
not fail to examine this line.
. SOIE LEATHER,
Large line Dresa Shirts, Undershirts,
Will Not Accept- We anvnmlwH-iz-to
state that Prnf. . J. Murtin, ni'
DaviiUon College, vln I Ms ivrcnt'y htf :i
t-U'L-ted t :i cli.iir iii tlu-; UniM'iity ft
Nrtli Carolina at Chajicl Ihl!, will lr ',
ai ccjit the positiua ollVri-! !ii;n. War'j
not s;ii ;i isi (1 that mk-!i an i: sii iietor as
Col. Martin i wauled at Chapi l Hill, lnt
v aiv quite as l.nl to know that David son
Collfi is not to lost him. 1 1 has so
niiich faith in th- future of Davidson
Collide that lir jut-fiTs to ivaiain tiien.
Whi'tht-v on the fudd or on tin rout rum
Colonel .Martin, for by that n iim he is
known to many North Carolinians U a
horu leader, and we trust that he may
be spared yet many years iu the survice
of his State, as lie will Iip as a professor
at Davidson College, not less than on the
tented field. Char. Observer.
People miss a gieat deal in not attend
ing the "Teachers Instfitnte"1 now Iwiii.t,'
conducted by Prut'. U. Sterling at hin
Academy. All public gchr.nl teachers
are cxjM-ctcd to attend an I otliers who
wish. The lecture of Prof. Iiobt. Davis,
of Salisbiir, George Ii. McN -ill, Super
intendent ot iupblic instruction of lio.vaii
county, last Friday, were splendid.
Davie Times. i
A Grand Ecputation .
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation that is not lim
ited by the con tinea 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 lias
passed severe tests, and won i ndorse
ments from some of the highest medical
talent in the country. .V...F. J'orld.
TUSK TABLE ,
WESTERN H. t). Railroad.
Take effect Sunday, July 17, tssi, at 4.15, P. M.
PAtiSXSGEX Tit A IS.
is OS a.m
IB ATI. STAl'IOSS.
: Kim wood
! H 24
' ri 43
I 9 43
( S 53
7.07 A.Sf -Henry
Krenca Broad i
FREIGHT Tit A IS.
ABBtTE. IE ATE. STATIONS,
: 5 kO A.ifci?aUsbur
eooA.x.: Tbird Creelc
5 110 T.X. 9 ii i. St.
6 29 .ElmwooJ 3 '5
7 fe fatavrba ! 1 ?4
8 36 Newton
0 10 : Conover !12 09
9 4t hickory ills- a.x
".o?3 10 40 Icard :10 33
11 "o Morpanton -9 40
It 32 a.hj :ien Alpine 3 oh
X no j Bride water j 6 44
8 17 ;!arlon 5 7 4i
3 41 Old Fort 313
4 0? : iHf nry . ! 6 69
3 2 : BlkMonntala 5 03
5 30 S 30 T.V. Cooper's s 4 4t
30 I.ODJ-S H3
e 30 i.u.; Ashertllc Jnt
; LAsievU!'; 3
; . iFreacA Inroad ,
6 34 a.u
4 00 A.U.
25 PER CENT OST
Drawer?, Collars, Cufls, and Jies.
M S. P.ROWN.
WAN TEI!--IuUer, E's, Chickens,
Vtd, lieeswsix and Tallo . Also the
Iiilit-st eash prices paid for Onions at
J. D. McNeult's.
1ST O TI O E !
HPJ F, EAGLE,
31 A. It ER,
r'ntilps your :iiu nlion to-lii shop, opfKMiiti"
M:ivrs Ullit f. Kepiirin; iifatly ami urompt
Iv (lorn. All piiulf" f goods made to order.
Two gosxl Salesmen. None but expe
riencril voun nii'ii of good habits need
iij.ply. Call nt onci'. J. F. IIOSS.
a SSfSII A saddle horse by the
Mrc 1 Us'iiioiith, at cheaper rates
than livery men can afford.
ro ijuiieis; or orioivs
Wanted at EsxiSi Dnco Stoke.
Wanted. A reliable and responsible
a'iit tr Rowan County, for Powell'
Prenareil Chemical?, tor making rertili-
zeis at home as advertiseit in thin paper
under "Wheat Fertilizers." Apply to the
Brown Chemical Company, Baltimore,
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Showing Actual Cost to Alemberg
of $4,000 Insurance forSJnt
Year March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880J.-
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years.
.f 17 00
. 21 25
40 " 45
45 " 60
50 " 55
55 " 00
. 34 GO
. 51 00
. 63 00
J. D. IVIcrXeely, Ag't.
-i I'Corrceted by J. M. Knox & Co.
Cotton good Middlings,
Bacon, county, hog round
Chickens per dozen
Mual moderate demand at
Wheat irood demand at
Flock best fam.
I hay reduce my stock of LAWNS, GRENADINES, LACE BCNTIN6S,.ligbt
colors of all DBESSt GOODS to and
. I together
are also pnt down j to and below cost.
be sort to come soon as I mot close them
V 1 U will -
Rave much by
buying from me in the
j next twenty
mm esaaw sut e mm
j J. D. GASKILL
Remember that I always keep my stoch of goods
"-not mentioned aboveup to full standard, and by
far have the' largest stock in Salisbury.
NEXT SESSION WILL BEOIN
AUGUST 523th, 1881,
Combines the adTant&tres ot the oM Curriculum.
with special and extended Instruction according to
the University system.
Connected with U are scbools ot LAW, ct MEDI
CINE, and of PU AKMACY.
Special faclUUes given tor practical studies, such as
Analytical and Agricultural Chomistry,
Land Suirsyingj Drawing, Eoofc
iCoepins, Business Law, Pho
nograpn7,&c Expenses, tncladlne tuition and roam rent, $lt3
to $2io per annum.
Address, ror cavaiognr iiu pnructuars,
Kemp P. Battle, 11. D,
Cnapcl Bill, N. Julr 1. tt
IF YOU WISH
Your Watches and
Clocks. Sewing Machines.&c,
Viirrd br a irood. cheap and responsible
workman please leave them with Mesnrs.
Klniii & RenOman, bsiubiiry, .
45:ly li. Li. UKUWfi.
Bargains Offerei All!
We offer for CASH all of oar Seasonable
Goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We must close them out to make room tor
oar FALL STOCK. Wt mean tckat way.
Call and see for yenrselfl
J. F. BOSS.
July 12, 1881.
Ify stock of "
.with all mr
If yoa desire anything in the way of
all out rery soon to make room for my
MALE A XI) FEMALE.
Re-cstablisht'd dn.n firm .basis by a Board
of Trustees, and under tlie Mipervifion f
the former experienevd Principal, Prof. It.
This Institution 5- lncated in pou'h-west
Rowan, (N. C), in tie midst of an-indubious
and prosperous -community. Th third
session will commence July the 11th, 1881,
and continue forty week, divided into two
term?. The advantages nf this school arc
very superior. Hcallhine??. of location mor
al tone of community, and excellent chorch
privileges make it a desirable place for a
f:hool. Student? prepared for the actual
business pursuits of life, or fnr the Collec
classes. A very attractive feature of the
school is the establishment of a Music De
partment, under the direction of an accom
Board in the bf-tf families at from $6.00
to $7 00 per month. The terms fr music
ami tuition arc very low. For particulars
address, at once, the Chairman of Trustees
Rer. Wm. A. Lutz, or
IL M. LEAZEit, Scct'r.
Enochville, Rowan Co., N. C, June 25th,
1881. - 37:4t
North Carolina Mim Colli,
In the Surericr Ccnrt, June2i, 1S8L
Dr. Joseph Wilkins, Plaintiff,
John J. Workman, Rebecca. J. Work
man, Daniel Loftin, Mariah I.oftiu, and
George C. Irwin, Tiutec.
Action It -ncotrr rail etiatr.
It appearing to the satisfactif of tin
Court, ly the SberifTs returns, and the af
fidavit of Plaintiff, that Georpe C. Irwin,
ouc of the Defendants in the altove entitled
action, is a non rcdent ot thi State and is
a necessary party, to the Cna! determination
of this actian in reference to real estate in
this State :
It U therefore ordered by theCrtrt. that
publication lc tnau once a ueik for six
consecutive u ccfcs in the "Salisbury Watch
man" a newspaper puhlishecl in the.town.
of Salisbury, notifying, the faid George C
Irwin, trustee, to appear before "the. Judjr
of the Superior Coiut to be hthl fr David
son County at the Court-house in Ltxing
ton, N. C, on the lt Monday of Septera
ber. 1881, and answer or demur to the
complaint which will be filed during firt
three days of the Term of said Superior
Court or judgment will be taken according
to the prayer of the corn plaint.
87:Cw C. F. Lown, C.S. C.
GREENSBORO, U. C.
The 51st session of this well known In
stitution will begin oa Wednesday, 24tU of
TERMS PER SESSION OF 20 WEEKS;
Board and tuition in full English course.
i .vv. unarges tor extra studies model ate.
. For particular) applv for Catnlocrn to,
T. 51. JONES, President.
Grceastoro, June 24,
' .::(. u, iLo.-i; j,, i.l,.ij ;e.
tyTralna ru daily, Sundajs excepted.
A. 0; ANDREWS Ga.-Su7.