THUKSDAY, AUG. 4, ItUl; - ,
tvmtt and after the 1st day of January,
payment ueiaveu i-i mouius ou
" l .1 i il. Am
JlSTOKY OF KOW AN COUNTY
The printing of this work is ntfw fin-
Ui.j .ml the nheetVwill soon be Kent to
4&e binder. It will be a book of over
fi00pef Only 350 copies haye been
printed iu book-form, consequently the,
J,pp)y U very limited. It is proposed
.L ll these, bound in cloth, at . ... 81.25.
n- mail lltl tilt
Id one-half calf or morocco . . . .
tlvmail du dT. .....
Persons desiring to obtain u copy, may
iendin their orders acompaiiieil by
tie price, aud the work will be delivered
it soofirns wade ready.
1 Jim Hurris, of Wake comity, ariested
nt.irhibitiou crowds here last
pip'r Whixe t-Certainly not, for there
u BO' use for finch a man or-woman In the
world. If anTbody love a whiner let!
Tbe Salisbury District Conference meets
it Mt. Tabor Church on Thursday, the 11th
Dlil. In Salisbury, on the 29th ult.,
jfoseph Alexander, son of Laura L. Mor-
1 ki two year8.
j Thk Tkacuers' Isstitcte ia
successful operation" at the new
school house, with attendance of about CO
. . o
I To clean table-knives split nn Iiifeh
potato and dip the split side in brick dust
and rah the kuires with it. : It is said to
be superior to any other mode for takiug
off stains and brightening the steel.
1 1 o
When yon Jbcginto save, begin with
your mouth and end with your back. It
blatters not how much you niake if you
sire nothing. Poverty need not lc n
crime, but it is more generally the result
oftrasteful iudulgeuce thau anything else.
I-- , : O - -
. ' . Thomas flowery, a young citizen of
tMs -ilaee, viaited an anti-prohibition
; weetiug in Stanly, on Satnulay last, and
jot iuto a ditSeulty w ith a uero, whom
fat struck a violent blow ou the he;ul with
stick, fractuiing his skull, as is reioi t
I. Officers from Albemarle were here
a Tuesday, for the purpose of arresting
Mowery, but he eluded them and. has left j
, 1 for parts unknosiv -
ill":.-. tV. : : : ,
iMittr k VixiiifARD. Kvuv fiirmer
sioultl ave fii'ty or a huudred grape vines
of the hardier sorts for the bene tit of the
fanH4y; Graiwrhave not failed in Salis
bury fortwenty 3cirs. It is tlie Rarest
fruit crop of all. The Concord, the Il.-at-ford
Prolific, Cliutotijaud Ives-Seedling,
are the surest and hurdiet Lind, it ml
with little attention to trimming and
-training yield bountifully. There are
WaDy ther varieties, but none letter
than these, evejy thing cousidered. Of
one thing' beware, to wit : Dioi't let any
nursery man .sell you a ''new giape" fn
two, three and sometimes live dollars' it
set, It won't pay, resc nssured of that.
KjWooja Orovs Meetiso -There wasu
I Urge and enthusiastic prohibition meetinj;
t WHl,GroTC, , Saturday lait. It sad-
ilreMed bj J. M. Gray. Esq, L.S.Overman,
;Ijl., Dr. Wells Brown of Boston, Bcv. J O.
Croshj and .Mr.Jt. . Cptvvlonl. The
thanks of the prohibitionists of Rowuu are
due Messrs. Gray, Overman, Crawford,
Croabj and others, for their zealous -tHuts
io this po J cause. They have performed"
consccntious duty with fidelity, and will
ere-long rejoice to see the fruits' of their
: labors. 1
AT THE IXSTITUTE.Prof.
R. Sterling of Davie Co.r delivered n very
tit restingrand welL timed address at
tbejlBtttitute ou Tuesday night. His sub
ject kasThe Teacher and His Rewards."
OV.to-night (Thursday), Mr. Jas. M.
Jr., of Lexincton will address the
)jTs$ernn(l Citizens Mr. Lertch is are
: entraduate"of the University witli the
j OuMonday night next (Sth). Prof J.
Toruliiison, Vice-Supcriutendeat of
Muj,iatj5tate formal at the University,
f ill Jelivr a lecture on California,-which
all nwho. have Jieai-d, pronounce uri-
arpassed by anything of its kind. HoA
v ocarrjoiougu aud-othrs- Yiill also
adrtsa the Institute duriuc that wee i.
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Institute. This Teacher's School
Wd under most favorable auspices on
y Uiorniuff. Forty tcatlieia were
A uu9nS "e nt nay; at least a j
?!OTe;re expected, wakiug nine
Maths of the white teach
- jX,4e iatrocto'rs ro at their posts,
""'"Sarnest and eucccasful work ; the
eoudaCtot and soperiatendeiitare giving
bcb ralnable aid. llttny of tho citizeus
fihowing by their prcsenco their hear
JJ lyniathy anil encouragement: 6f tho
Kteu enrolled, about fifteeo-Aio
tsh the ruoTeiuent euccess,
t.0! je the teachers yet rcwainiug nt
eiae$ Uiavail thenisclvcH of the
Priuleges of the second week. Its exer-
- CIV . i .t .
tSSl 4 tno SUUSCnpuon intow utu n uicu-
innfl rear, imfd fu adrance, $1.50
I M "
1 L M
- - i'"uuso s 0e of even more intercat
j mar a
1- r. !
HA tr 'j . -
v-ouBiy, .ye iluiiot hesitate j
fcSW? ? r?"!n. " "
, 'fan. y "
than th ft " ,c '"'"N were collected and paid intOtbe treasury
. "v 5 Drt. Cfo;r t loAini we"wili tiiinml that the Amount collrcted ddrinsr the
.ntiiasfajjtic lf!v ,r t..u.. c-.t-s 00210,787, the entire amount
before to 1 ... 1 1 . . " . ' w hich, without loss or defalcation j hat been
i- r, f wVur0OMlcdgje 1mh-.ii assfrmbled r;w 5., .h-;..r-- - '
County Cc-rsmlsslttiicra Mcctllis-. J
, .ThUbody met la&t MonJay witfcth
full board present, auJ be Wis their ac
E, P. nril asked that the Stock
tax on that portion of his plantation ly
Dgjn Unity towuDlupAbe remitted. I Not
granted. " f k, 1
On application of citizen of a part of
Lituker township, an election was oj-deri
ed to be held at W. II. Litakei'a shop, on
tlte 17th of September next. Kegisttar--
W. II. Litaker. Judges A. A, Bostj,
C. Kluttz, G. B. PK.t t and Abalom (ires.
The returns of n Stock LaT election,
held at Morrison V School Ilouee, wa a du
ly caiivaseed mid- approved, and l'lerk
ordered to advertise the result, as
the law directs. s - i-
Luke Bhiekmer; Esq., directed tle at
tentipu of the Board to the existence of
a atetuing wi ops 1 the failure of many,
tr fsome ciuie, to make returns of iu
comes Kulijevt to taxationaud in justice
to the fv who have returned buc
comes, ntked the Board to consider the
ad v isabi 1 i ty of w i th d ra w i as t he le v r juad e
ou incomes. Laid on the table.
M. L. Holmes, Esq., representing stock;
holders of tire North Carolina Itnilrpad
a.sked that the assessment of said stocky
which is i0 cts. ou the dolLur in this coun
ty, bo equalized with the valuation assess
ed by othii'r counties, uoue of which hate
place it higher tharwo cents. Mr. l)avis,
being a stockholder, retired and request
ed Mr. Bingham to act as chairman. j Or
dered that the assessed valuation be re
duced to 75 cents.
Michael Earuhart was allowed $3 from
the poor f und.
The County Superintendent ef Public
Schools, made his monthly report, which
was approved. The Superintendent then
asked that .the' Board, iu compliance with
new School Law, recommend to the com
mittees of the sttverai school districts to
begin their public schools as near to, jet h-.
ers possible. Whereupon it wasordeTr?
ed that the clerk notify said committees
that this board recommeud to them the
1st Monday in November as the jiiiost
convenient for opening the public school.-
in this county. The Board also, iu Com
ply jug with tbo above law, agreed that
the saiurieri pnftT to 1st grade teachers
shall not exceed $19 per mon llu -
,A uuiiibr of couuty claims were passed
upon suid the clerk directed to issue or
ders tor I he tame. " i ; -
Tiie following are the jurors drawn for
Octobi-r term of our Inferior Court :
John 11. Ritchie, 1) S Cowan, Harvy A
1j i uh.tiiit, Jacob t Lipe, Thos. JtSuiuucr,
ittittiu Cress, W L Pailier, jr., J A Bdrret,
J P Martin, Peter Weaiver, L A,5'.vink,
Jr.Hie Ivluttz, 11 D Leonard,' J V Fisher,
E B Neave,1!! T Buker, Eli Powlass, 11
VV Shutting, G A Barger, It A Gobble, N
B MeAnliss, Henry leves, eul'd, VV A
Kanisuy, Andrew Barger, B T Martin, W
11 Albright. V M MeCoiubes, P C Good-
-niau-, lit A Jjyerly, Martin JJIackwtl-
Annual Convention of the Howan County
Sunday School and Iioivan County
. Bible tSoriity.
Tho Annual meeting of the Eowau
Sunday School Convention and thelKoW'
an County Bible Sucietv, will be held at
Union Church August 23-4, 1681.
OKDEIi OF tXEKClSES.
The Sunday School Convention '.till be
culled to order ou Tuesday tho 2"oj at 10
o'clock, A. M., and will be opened with
religious exercises stud an address jy the
Pcsijfent, John A. Kamsa
rhe,followiiig subjects will bo dis
lNt, Sunday School Dlclpline. Robt,
M. Davis, Dr. J. F. Griffith, Captl J. A.
2d. Uotc to secure belter prepartidn vf
Itssons, loth on the part of teachers and
2w2Sv John W. Mauuy, Jeremiah
Graebcr, George R. McNeill. j
Electiou . of officers for tho eJnsuing
3d, T7ie relation existing between family
and Sunday School instruction. James M
Gray, Kev. J. Btnuple, Augustus Glueber.
4th, How can the Sunday Scho il Jbe ren
dered both interesting and efficient t -Capt.
R. li Crirwford, W. L. Kluttz, Kev. V.
N. B. All the Superintendents and
teachers iu the County, by tho Constitu
tion are members of this Association, and
it is requested that each Sunday School
will seud at least two delegates to this
Couventioirjlogether with a written re
port of the number of its teachers and
scholars, and the amount of money con
tributed to tbo support of the school.
The Bible Society will hold its meet
ing on Weduesday 24th, beginning at 11
"o'clock, A. M. After the opening exer
cises there will be
1st, An address by a suitable pprsorJ.
1, The transaction of the
business of the Society,' includj
of officers, the reception
preparation of reports.
N. B. Each of tho churches of Rowan
is respectfully requested to take up a
collection for the Bible cause, and for
ward tho proceeds to the Treasurer at
tho Annual meeting. R.1I. Davis,
Report' or Mr. Racm. Washington,
Aug. 2. Qumn)i&.sioner Raum has W ritten
hii annual letter to the Secretary of the
Treasury reviewing the condition f the in
ternal revenue service for the last fiscal
year and Torwardcd it to-day. It shows
that during the last fiscal Year $135,225,802
Take " BLACK-DRAUGHT and you will
, nevcr uiious.
At Thco. F. Kluttx's.
it 'PpeizliJLias Justice Fraleyv 1
" v SAiisr;r:aT,"Ju3arsTfl8Si.
' . y?t E.i'jtiX-T, Jto.:
Dmt $ir: We hare ral wlti mucli regret your
letter, published some tirae since la tie Watchman,
la 'wWch you deollnel t be a canullatd lor re
election, as one ot tlie justices of the inferior
Court, as Presiding Justice of ttus Court, you have
dlscaarjel tae Tesponslole duties devolved upon
you, acceptably, to the people, vritu credit to your
self, and with entire satisfaction to the members ct
the bar. We hope you will reconsider the action
you have taken and permit your name to be ran for
thl3once. , ' ' : r; ' -
Very respectfully yours, ;.,-.
F.E. Srobkb. Chb. Psicz,
h. 11. CLSXKNT, KKKK CRAIG, i
- J. W. Maun by. Wit. C Ulacjuixr,
Lrcs Blacxmeo, Jko.S.Bekdxcsok,
41ccolji & Kvem, LXE 6. OVSEMAX,
SALvavnr, 2f.,Crt August i, lsst.
Messrs. Chaa.. Price, Kerr craige, K. E. Shober,
Eaqfi aad others :
GentUrtu: Tourery flatterlny letter of the ttth
ult., la Which you are pleased to express your re
gret oo seeftig my card, pubUahed In the Watchman
some months slace, dc-cllnirg to be a candidate for
retclealon as a meiaber of the Inferior Court and
asking rue to re-consiaer the matter and to allow
my mime to be run for re-election. &c, has been
duly received, and In reply, I frtn say, that the cord
to wblch you allude, was written la good faith, after
4ue deliberation. f , r.v.,: I'
I have pften felt that there wore many magis
trates in the county much better qualled to fill the
position than myself. Besides, I am growing old,
and as I advance In age, I find my desire for public
position dimlnlshlEg. I was actuated by these, and
other saUsfactory reasons for saying I would not
ag-aln be a candidate. Eut I would be less than
naiaan Old 1 not feel flattered- by s solicitation em
anailag Irora ho high a source A3 the entire Salts-
bury liar, embracing as it does, so many gentlemen
of eminence and dlstlnclion In the legal profession.
I will say now, as I dld'ln my card, that I am not
a candidate, nor will I seek the position you allude
to. iul, 1 will so far yield to your solicitation as to
authorize you to say to the Board of Magistrates
(amongst whom I have many warm frionds) that if
it be their pleasure to elect me as a member of the
Inferior Court, 1 will not decline the position but
will serve them la that capacity for at least one
more term. . But, In the meantime, If there be any
other Magistrates whom they would prefer for the
position, 1 wiU gladly assist them In securing his
election. . . . . 4 i - . -
ThankUij you, gentlemen, for this flattering
testimonial of your regard and confidence, I remain,
V , - Your obedient servant,
- " W. R. FBALET.
The continued drouth has had a Reri
ons effect upon the growing crops of this
section. There will bo very little corn
made ou the uplands. The bottom land
are still holding out tolerably well.
The prohibition question is creating
more excitement in thii community than
any other question sincetho war. Five
prohibition speakers addressed a large
crowd here o;i "the 23d of July. Auti
prohibition speakers were invited, but
lor some unknown cause failed to appear.
G. 11. McXcill, County Supt., gave this
place !tn . official visit a few weeks ago.
Our people will eagerly listen to any ad
vice or encouragement he may have to
give them ou education.
V. T. II. Plaster, EsqM went one mor
uing last week to give utteution to some
young pigs, but the old sow went for the
old gentleman and got him down, but he
made his escape with only a few slight
Rev. W. Kimball preached at this place
last Sunday ia the interest of a iievr Lu
theran church in Alberxrarle.
Died ;-r-Neai, this place, July 24th, Mrs.
Bas brti a iseuhour... The deceased was an
aged lady aiid consistent irtember of the
chun -.h lm & number-of years, and leaves
a large circle of relatives and friends to
uiotirii her loss. The fitucral services
weio conducted by Rev. W. A. Lntz.
Edward J. Hale, Esq.
GoT. IlDlden, in his address before the
N. C. Press Association at Winston, on the
2ist ot June, 1881, on the 4 Uistorv of
J. urnnlisni in North Carolina." pays a well
deserved tribute and compliment to Ed
ward J. IIh!l E.-q , the christian 'tntleman
and patriot who edited the FayeVeiilU
Observer for forty years. We make the fol
lowing extract from the Address:
"Edward J. Hale, Sr., E-q., was born in
Randolph county, October 26. 1802. His
father died when he was seven years of ae.
and hi3 mother when he was nine, leaving
eijiht children. lie was adopted into the
accomplished family of Ins guardian, Col.
Edward Jones, of Rock Rest, Chatham
comity. He was sent to schnnl one year,
find at the end of that time, February 28.
1812. he was placed with. Mr. Gales in the
oliic of the Raleigh Jieyister, with whom
he remained until 1824. He theu went to
Washington City, where he spent one year
in the Intelligencer office, perfecting himself
in his business.- At the end: of this time,
he was invited by John D. Ecclcs, Eq..
and Col. John McRea to Fayetteville, to
assume the editorial control of the Obseixer.
He conducted the Observer from the 8th of
January, 1825, until March, 1865, more
than 40 years, when Sherman's forces
burned his office and book-store, thuti de
priving him of his means of living. This
vandalic act was similar to the outrage of
Admiral Cockburn. of ihe British forces,
who, when he had captured Washington
City in August, 1814, sacked the office of
the National Intelligencer. Forty years of
active industry had blessed Mr. Hale with
a comfortable fortunewhich was well nigh
obliterated by the stroke of vrar. In Au
gust, 18C6, he removed to New York city
and re-opened his business as publisher
and bookseller. Though in his 79th year,
he is still active-and; industrious. A true
hearted North Carolinian, he loves his State
and her people, many of whom honor apd
cheer him by their visits when they are iu
his adopted city. His interest in his native
State, and his industry ; are shown by the
weekly letters he writes for some of our
newspapers. As soon as Mr. Hale's sons
were or age nnd had graduated at Chapel
Hill, he associated them with him in his
business. It is needless to say that their
labors havo been valuable alike to the pub
lic and himself.,
And here it may not be improper to state
that in 1854 Mr. Hale and myself estab
lished the cash system in subscriptions to
newspapers, which has worked so well, and
without which the press of the State could
not prosper. Every subscriber should read j
lus own paper, and when he has paid for it
in advance it is his.
The fayettetillt Observer wielded for 40
years a powerful influence in North Caro
lina. It circulated in every part of the
State, but especially in the Cape Fear
country. Mr. Hale is not a florid writer.
His style is plain and clear, the "pure
English undcfiled." He has that first
quality , of genius, the power of condensa
tion. . . : j
Mr. Halo has shown his good(ense ia
that he has never sought or 1 held public
ofiace," . ' .!
On the 4th of August the people of
Vyieavciana win nave a aouoie election. In
addition to the vote oa prohibition,, they
will also rote on the proposition to sub
scribe f 25,000 to the Virginia Midland.-
6P HIGH PRICES HAS BEKN MADE AT ".
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We arc closing out our Spring, and Summer
Goods in order i to make ,room for our Winter
Stock, which will far exceed anything ever
brought to this market. You can now secure
at a Great Discbunt, Bargains in
HITS, ill--Styles and- Pa
SUITS, COATS VESTS, AND PANTS,
Any Way to Suit Purchasers.
Our line of Shoes is well assorted and can not
fail to- please at the greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Sandals, Cloth Shoes and Gaiters.
GENTS' HAMADE SHOES, GAITERS, TIES, LOW QTJABTERS,
ALL GREATLY REDUCED.
A lot cf Cloth Slices lb be closetl out at very low figucre. Ladies will
nol fail to examine this Hne.
Large line Dress Siiirta,
Cull on ' ;
Fireworks by Datmoiit. There w as a
great crowd nt Manhattan Reach oue after
noon and evening recently to see the Japa
nese fireworks and the illumination of the
grounds with thousands of tiny lantera.
The novel feature of the Japunoe fireworks
is that they are sot oif in broad daylight
immediately in front of the Manhattan
Beach Hotel. A lot of littld Japs with big
names, fire a hiii ball out of a cannon, and
when it reaches the prescribed -height, sev
eral hundred feet in the air.the ball bursts,
and the smoke takes a thousand different
forms. Sometimes it is an elephant, and he
walks off in the clouds till he is out o!
sight. Sometimes it h .the Tigure of a
woman, and yesterday's woman was visible
iu the sky till she was more than a mile at
sea. Sometimes it i3 a lim, sometimes a
tier. or it may be a shower of Japanese
punt3(i!s, a Japanese dwarf,. or a huge bird
that flaps hi3 wings und flies away in the
most natural style. More! than a dozen
huyjt-' kites of a novel pattern, flown with
out tails, were sent up before dark. Some
of them were over fifteen feet in length,
and, though they were held with cords al
most as thick as ropes, they all broke away
and flew seaward. In the evening a mam
moth kite was sent up with' a tail made of
twenty illuminated Japanese lanterns, ma
king a beautiful and novel sight. New
A Grand Reputation y
Warner's Safe Kidney iind Liver Cnr
has reached a reputation that is not lim
ited by tho confines of -cctiouor country.
There are no injurious substances, nor
false raid temporary .stimulant iu the
preparation. It is purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed-severe tests, and won endorse
ments from 6nie of the highest medical
talcut iu the country. N. . TTorW.
Tf .1112 TABLE
WESTERN S. C. Railroad.
Takes effect Sunday, July 17, 1331, at 1.15, P. M.
ARRIVE. I.3AVE. STATIONS.
1 1 iso a.ci sansDury
i 4 3') a.m ;
12 os a.in
T.07A.M ; Henry
11 57 n.m
ixvirz. utiTB. STATIONS, absits. watx.
5 oa a.1. Salisbury : 5 fo 6 24 a..m.
00 a.m.: -intra erect .34; j
e 5d 'Stateaviue ! S 4J
7 5 :Catawba -134
S&s Newton UiS
0 10 ccaovtr -i; 09
i3 ;Hlclinry ill 31 AJi
-.0 23 1040 Icard iiocs
1150 iilorganton i 4d
13 3j av.; :Gien Alplue I9d& ,
1 oo : iBrldswater : S 44
2 IT iMarton I 7 43
3 41 ' ; :Old Fort i : 3 ( S4 A.5T.
4 fl Hepry : 5 1
5? i iBlkMountaia 5 03
a 50 ; 8 r Jt. cocper n I 4 4
3 : Loncl : 4 43
8 3or.J.; ' iAaheTineJnt: t4 00A.x.
! irreaca BrOa.1-
57Tra.lni run dally, Saadays excepted. " '
A. B . A N D R E WS, Qn. Supt
25 PER CENT ON
Unders-hiit?, Drawer?, Collar?, CuDs, aud Ti.
M. s. BROWN.
QXHANd"aND TO ARRIVE. FreTti
Peaches. Canteloupea and Watermelons.
At J. D. McN belt's.
You can now buy at M. S. Bbowk's
Ladies' Sandals. Low Shoc3, Linen Dns-
ters. Alpaca, White Vests, and all Summer
Good at Cost. Also a lot of Cloth Shoes
and Job Vests to be closed out at low
prices. gSF'Call and see him.
100 Barrels of Superior Stone Lime
for sale cheap. B. J. Holmes.
JOKRI F. EAGLE,
- FASHIONABLE -
Inviten vonr attention to hi Mop, opposite
Mayor's Office. Repairing neatly and prompt
ly dune. All grades of goods made to order.
500 Xiixsliclw or OIVIOIVS
Wanted at Esxiss' Dnro Store.
"Vanted.-r-A reliable and responsible
agent for Rowan Connty, for Powell's
Prepared Chemicals, for making Fertilt
zei s at home as advertised in this paper
under "Wheat Fertilizers." Apply to the
Brown Chemical Company, Baltimore,
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Showing Actual Cot to Manbcrt
of $4 ,000 Insurance Jor une
Year March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880);
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years. . .$17 00
41) " 45
45 " 50
50 " 55
55 " 60
J.D. XKeflTeely, Ag't.
Corrected by J. 31. Kxox & Co.
i Aue. 4.
Cottos good Middlings, 10
BACOSt county, hog round
Chickess per dozes
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
10 J 2
I hat reduced my stock of LAWSS, GRENADINES, LACE HUNTINGS, l!$nt
colors of U DRESS GOODS to and
My stock of
art also put dowm to and btlow cost
be sort to corns soon as I must close them
tare much by
buying from me in the
J. D. GA SKILL'
Remember that I always keep my stock of goods
not mentioned above up to full standard, and bu
far have the largest stock
5EXT SESSION WILL BEGIN
A.JjGXJSrC 5th, 1881.
nombineatheadTaBtaresottbe eld Currtcalara.
with special and extended Instruction accordlns to
the UBlrerstty system.
Connected with tt are schools of LAW. of MEDI
CINE, and of PU ABM ACT.
Special facilities given for practical studies, such as
Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry,
Land Surveying, Drawing, Bocfc
gesping, Business Law, Pho
Exnenses, including tuition and room rent, $15
to $130 pr annum.
Adoress, tor waiawgu ana pBrucaiw,
Kemp P. Battle, LL. D,
Chapel nill, N. C, July 1. "
IF YOU WISH
Your Watches and
Clocks. Setrine Macbines,&c,
Kepaired by a eood, cheap and responsible
workman please tear them with Messrs.
Klotts A teu:aaa, Daiuourr, . v. ,
Bargains Offefei All!
We offer for CASH all of our Seasonable
Goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We most dote them out to make room lor
our FALL STOCK. TT ms hat u say,
Call sad see for yourself.
J. F. ROSS.
July 12, 1831.
with all oj
SS03S8, &o., :
If you desire anything in the way of
all out rery soon to make room .for my
in Salisbury I ,
Korli Carolina: Eaviijon Cciij.
In the Superior Court, Jtme24, 1S8L
Dr. Joseph Wilkins, Tlaintiff,
John J. Workman, Ifctiecca J. Work
man, Daniel Loftin, JIariah lxifiin, and
George C. Irwin, Tiustec.
Aetion to recover real estate.
It appearing to the satisfaction Lf the
Court, by the SheriflTs returns, and the af
fidavit of Plaintiff, that George C. Irwin,',
one of the Defendants iu the above entitled
action, is a ncn-rcsideut ot this State and is
a necessary party to the final determination
of this actian in reference to real estate in
It is therefore ordered by the Court, that
publication be made once a week for six
consecutive weeks in the ''Salisbury Watch
man" a newspaper published in the town,
of Salisbury, notifying the said George C
Irwin, trustee, to appear before the Judp
of the Superior Court to be held for David
son County at the Court-house in Lexing
ton, N. C, on the 1st Monday of Septan
her, 1881, and answer or dcmuMothe
complaint which will be filed during first
three days of tho Term of fcuid Superior ,
Court or judgment will be taken according
to the prarcr of the complaint.
S7.6vr " C. F. Lowe, C. B. C; ,
! FOR SALE.
A nice IIocse and Lot for sale at footjf
Main Street, known as Caroline McLclland's
. nlace. For particulars, apply on the
premise. vucb: iw vaau.
ill . J"..- -V. -L
A white woman young or middle aged
-to do the work of x small family in the
country. o field work required.
Apply at the Watchman office. . 41 :
On Monday the 5th day of September
next, at the' Court House Door in Salisbury.
1 will sell that valuable plantation owned
bv the late John Barccr. consisting of
eighty acres, mre or less. The plantation
adjoin 8 the lands of Thomas Pinkston. Ed
mund Safrct and others, and will be sold
subject to the Dower of John Barger
widow. Terms of sale One-third of the purchase
money must be "paid at the confirmation
tbo sale, and a credit of six months front
the day f eale will be given for the other
two thirds, with interest at 8 per cent.
Title reserved nntil the purchase money Is
all paid. -By order of Court.:
WE M. KING AID.
July 23, 1331. Ada'r of John B-rtr,
Thomasville Female Oolloge;
Daviiwii Oonnty,l?, CI v
The S3tn annual vt&ioa tglM Awru-t si.-T "
Teachers. Bei ter prepared than ev r before tor t& -test
work. Oil ere ernr adranttye of tte owh
thoroagH and IlDeral course in LUeratnra. Muaio
and Art. at r-ie lowr than car aaalachool in th
State. Board -nd Literary TcluW trcu b
ira.w per T' rm. sc Cauiojue.