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TI1UKSDAY, JANUAll 19, 1862.
1.1 1st. lstv if January,
VohAnhftcrintion price bf the M atch-
Mau wilt be as follows: ' .
One jear, j paid in adrance,
t SSll mon hs 250
X Pranikic Club is beingjoiganized in
SalUbury. j j
" .i- . ! ' O
Parties are now engage.
up large map of this coon
Prof. Evan's vocal das win give a
gind concert in the early bart of Feb
ruary. ' . '
.;. i -
. See -notice in Miulng Advertisements,
signed "Colorado." Those interested may
cooimunicate as desired. Y
. . '': -: o -1 r '
Mr. C. R. Barker has oppned a shoot-
iag .gallery in rear of hii Drug Store
Kiw guns, &lc.
The shooting is fine.
Tii nAraitnt inclemency of the weath- l
r under foot and the youtinued falling
of raili has caused a lulV in trade-circles.
For the information of those who, need
Tonight, a lolge of i. of r. will be
zed in this citv with 23 chartermem-
. ' .r i nJ.1
hcra?- All wnose uniucs iiu uu tue use
of charter members must be' present to
nighty ' ' , v .
r ! - o
Tk Graded School ' has crown so
arge fn numbers as to require the addi
tion ot a new teacher niakinjr five in
ait. Miss C Mooso has leen, added to
'the list of teachers. 1 I j
'Royal Arcanum's first Payment.-
On lat Monday, 30 days after the decease
of Mr. Henry Qauble, the $3,000 ; policy
was ald to his wife and family. The
orderfis in aHotirishinr coudi tioh.
I . I : 1 o I ,
" Tliere will be. a meieting of the citizens
at the' Mayor's oftiee Saturday night to
.discuss i the propriety of Salisbury invest-
ing ii; a Steam Fire Engine. No bad idea.
She should have one:
' "': . b ;
. Street P. O. Boxes, wo are requested
Jby the P. M. to say, will be emptied at 5
pr m.l and 9 p m. each day. And that
; all registered letters and packages. of
H 7. l"-s.w
,t, we nave . a; - " ing sixty-seven ozs., the product of sev- r, who had been called in to' help her.
is a neatlv-bound book of 500 pages and euty-five tons of. ore, has been received . ' , c. 1. .Li vi :
Lis tot il 5 7 at the office of the company, 9, King's Anodynes were ulittinistered1 to .relrove
:h . im Arms Yard, E. C, and has been purchas- ber temporarily. Dr. Myers then closely
I (iiercandise will be delivered to the paM
ties addressed. i I .
Died. Xear Bear Poplaf , Rowan ciun-
1 . ty, Jan. 7tli, 1882, Mrs. Maria Brown, wife
of P. Mi Brown, and youngest daughter
of the late Jehu Foster, Sr., aged 30 years
and 1 Oh mouths. . The deceased was a
consistent member of St.! Luke's Ln ther
TW'd ORriiAxs. Pauliiie Markham de
lighted a ; large audience last light with
her rendition of this sad itory. She was
. splendidly supported. Altogether it is
the best jcompaiiy tliat'Uas . appeared on
our v boards for years, jnothwithstand-
iug Jtheabsence of music and the neces
I sary scenery, the performauce; was most
; j- ; o
, 1 f-.'j, " ' I 1
inuring tins, tine weatiier, an excursion
t the post-office, is no small job. The
office is now located be the corner of
Main and Council streks. Postmaster
. ti i . ' -
Briogle says there ougl.Jt to be no com-
plaint as he has the street, boxes emptied
at a o'clock every night. We wonld like
.tosee the oflice up tow. A petition to;
haye it moved will be Sent to Washing
ton soon. .
lt. J. 1 Gaskill hasi bought the va-
cant store rojuu between! Ross aud Bing-
harii's stores. He proposes to open a
clothing! and furnishiu'd house senarate
;M.,lIdrX .SPU grocery busiuess.
;VTiiis-iHther,jiidio'n that jit only
.- requires iro-aZ-bead me i to build un a
u to build up a
trade the extentf this trade here lias
-.,l,y been iieaAine:l by khose eugaged in
.Atiw entcrpnse uerclons new sour-
j The Hoyal Aarcauutui
The officers elected tj preside during
the current year, by th Salisbury Coun
cil of the Royal Arcanuim, were duly in
stalled at tlio last reguiir meeting. This
order is 'aVpowcrfulorganization. bavin sr
a membership throahout the; United
Statei and British America, and is rapwHy
Jncreasing. Five applications for admis-
sion- were made at th
lasc meeting oi
the Salisbury Council.
1 hree thousand
dollars were paid las Mondavi by the
Koyal Arcanum of this blace to the family
of Hhe late Jfenry Catible, this, being the
amount of money paid at the
each . member to
lllSj iaruilv or denen -
auo ouicers lusiaueo to serve uunog
.;i882are 1 , A j ' ' '. -
'J'U ' rtff a 1 1 31 A a
James M. Gray, Begenx ; David R.
Julian,'; Vice Regent ;) Hon. Chas. Pi ice,
Orator'; C. T. , Bernhardt, Past
(Thos. B. Beall, Secretary; Andrew Mur
puy, Cellector; Paul LBeruhardt. Treas-
nrer William Julian. Chaplain :;Lawson
iJwiutrzMujUe.; J ilhaai Barker. Warden:
. v. . . i ' , . 'i -
-T" It,1!-. . , t . '
ux. u. J , irantuami Medical
Y - ww 'I .-. . . . !
r rntes Jwsfen- Klutti,
Joies and C. T. Beruhkrdt
MINIljQ INTELIilQEM OB.
Uullioa receipt at New York for the
year 1&31 : $20,203,912,09. '
Owing to the heavy rajns and the al
most impassible iBondition of the roads,
there is a dullness in mining matters. It
lm?st . possible to do anything at
this season. By the : opening of spring
we maj expect more lifeJ e , .
Hoover Mill. j
-' In consequence of the continued illness
of th resident engineer, Mr, Sawyer as
say er to the company, has -written ' on
Dec. 5th and 8th respectively (received
17th and 22d), and frojn which letters the
following extracts are made. Letter dat
ed Dec. 5th The sixty-seven ozs. "clean
up was somewhat smaller in amount than
I, anticipated, and was! due to several
causes which are fully jset fbrthfTh
letter dated Dec. 8th, says: that in' the
Gallimore shaft "we have been stopping
strinnin&r and sinkini? bv hand no to the
C7 - o tp: m ;
lCth nit., and thereafter j by steam." Inl
tue Jsew or Hawkins shaft, the cross-cat
lias jost begun at the ninety-foot level,
and they are now driving it in a soft clay
containing numerous boulders of a trap
nature varying from one foot to ten' feet
in diameter. We hope to cut the su poos
ed lead of ore on which the old Hawkins
ground gets stiff. The mill has been run-'
mng with nve' stamps - only, and during
the latter part ot the month in the dav
time only, on account of the
le experiments I
of gold weigh-
mentioned before. Thebar
ed by Messrs. Pixiey and Abell for 229.J
ls. sa. netx.-x.onao mining uuurnai.
Dec. 31. f '
standing the roads are exceedingly mud-
ri'imiH n. ... ill ..i ms. . -
Martied on last Thursday, the 12th
in8t., Mr. W. L. Eagle and Miss Catha
rine H. Benson, of Cabarrus county, Rev.
W. A. Lutz officiating.- f
r j j.
The widow, Peggy Overcash, an aged
lady, died near this place, of asthma, pn
the 15th lust.
Hugh Parks, Esq., now in hiss 91st
year, is able to ride on horseback, lie is
one of the oldest men in j this community
ana a taituiui uuristian, who is sever I
ready for any good work.
The school is still increasing.
and tuition is low.
The new church at Richie's Cross Roads
,s engaging the attention of
borhood aiid this.
County Commissiouer. .
, We would respectful! v recommend to
the County Board of Magistrates the name
of W. L. Kluttz, Esq., as a suitable can
didate forthe vacancy in the County
i i r r i : ' i. i. ni,i
tilft OQtl, ?nf. HAiawl.ll known fn hia
fellow-magistrates and to tKeitizeus of
the county as a man ot integrity, sound
business i)iinciples and a thorough finan-
Icier. Having received 6uite a Battering
vote at the last biennial electon ot Com
missioners, he is unhesitatingly recom-
Ai OF- "
Letter from Mt. Ulla.
Mr. Fditor Watchman :;
Having recently visited Salisbury and
also attended Sidney Hart's sale, I found
tue leading topic of conversation on pub
lic matters to be, how to till the vacancy
in the Board of County Commissioners.
I learned that nearly all our County J.
P' are aspirants for the place, to say
nothing of the number in Salisbury. Ihe
general impression here seems to be that
the mau to bo elected should be cnosen
from the country ; and that he should be
selected from those -townships which
have not heretofore been honored in the
Board: and, on reflection, if this just
policy should be adopted, the candidate
must be selected either from Unity or
fe low1usn P' "o . , g
jei ueeu iuus iionoreu. i uis is ihc uuk.
ia t1lis section, and ic seemed to ! me so
fair and just, that I have to ask you to
I publish this letter. My neighbors in dis
tussing the subject have freely expressed
their preference for Mr. T. J. Sumner,
but attach more importance to the idea
of equal distribution among the town
ships. , K.
Death of Judge Brooks.
George W. Brooks, Judge of the Eas-
tern District of North Carolina di
Elizabetli City, Friday, the 6th
Tin was nnnnirtted a fcdnml nAm
I He was appoi&ted a federal judge by
Andrew Johnson in 1866, and made an
honest, faithful aud fair officer. In 1876
wlin the nnvrer of th Itariieal .Tmli-
ciarv of North Carolina was exhausted,
vuiuo y iuc ui luopupicauu
granted the writs of habeas eorpus, refus
ed by the State Judges, and freed our
Cltizejlilrom tue tyranny OI iiOiaen ana
1V11 IV XJVIU1 1 III UIO U.ACU I
in the hearts of the good people "of North
Carolina for this act. Winston Sentinel.
A Trestle in Deep Water. A nota-
ble piece of trestle work was completed
near Warm Springs, N. C, December 16.
it crosses the French -Broad Kiver at
I Deeo Water, 'where th water ia from fnr.
tv to fortY-friTfeet-deen. and runs in th
main chanael witma cui-rent between
I four and five miles an hour. Many ot
I the timbers of the trestle are over sixty
I ftr. lrtnrr Tim atrnntnrfi'a intonYl
for "construction trains and . for, use in
building a fine (single span) iron
bridge two huudred ' and sixty feet
long, for the W. N. C. R.R. Mr, J. M.
Patton, who furnishes .these particulars
expresses the belief that this trestle is in
- I deeper and swifter water than any ever
I constructed before, ilia nr.eRsfnl execn.
tion is due to the akill und Iboldness ot
i ' n
Catttain John A. RamsaV. resident ensfin
' I : y '
eer, and Capt. Joseph E. Frey, builder.
J The work has been tested by trains heat
I ilv loaded withironJ drawn by a twenty-
six ton engiue.-
tag manutncturers 01 tins popular sewing
thread lias sent a spool of their six cord,
hereafter to be" Jcnowu asClaik's Mile
End Sewing Cotton." There is a vigor
ous coni petition between the manufactur
ers of Clark's and Coat's. The Willimatic
iialso a respectable contestant.' ' TLey
were all present in the Atlanta Exposi
tion The latter gave an invitation to
the Vorth Carolina editors! visiting there
toH attend a .reception entertainment.
Jones, of the Charlotte Observer, Stone, of
the Asheville Citizen, and tiondon, of the
Chatham Becord, went through it bravely,
and! had a nice time. It was -a funny
night for the editors, but nobody but
Uhemselves knew it. But we iwere talk
ing about sewing thread-Cfark's when
these other things slipped in. i It was a
slippery night-r-tbat entertainment and
it was not found at a "Mile-End" either;
bity tarried until the street lights went
but and the omnibuses retired for the
bight. Thanks to the Willimantic not
pnly for good 6ewingthradbut'0tan
evening of rare enjoyment.
A Bad Case of Globus. Dr. Myers,
, . .. . .
jof Patterson, N. J., was recently sum
moned in . great haste, at midnight, to
see a wojaa.P. 'howai .suffering the most
lowed a set of false upper . tteetbfT sixteen
in number. Several f eftieV Vere about
scrutinized her mouth and throat, but
could find no evidence of laceration.
Moreover she could swallow readily. He
snggested that the teeth "might Lave been
mislaid, but this was indignatly scouted
Ktr 1ia a tnYijIonfa nlm 1 an o Tiiil tYiof
the had searched the house from top to
. A further search under the pillow fail
ed to disclose the missing property, and
the case began to look serious, as the
poor woman declared that she could
not stand it any longer jsj;sh,e felt4 the
edge of the teeth cutting into the sides of
her stomach. Finally, at the suggestion
of the doctor, the inside of one of the pillow-cases
was examined, and ' there the
teeth werex; fMindj-perfectly; safe 'and
harmless1 i, 5-,i,Aj
The patient, who had, a moment be
fore, been suffering from the laceration
of the teeth ''against, the edges of her
stomach," recovered instantly; and the
doctor was promptly dismissed. Medical
A slick fellow calling himself Chas. H.
Crow, has been taking subscriptions in
Raleigh, for Harper's Bazaar and has
" "v "
dies who paid him, lose their njouey and
cet no Bazaar
THE BEST TKREAD rcRSEVt IN G MACH1KESJ
AMERICA STILL FUETHES AHEAD I
VXUJXAirriO BPOOl! COTTON PROSOCSCKJ TTTE BK8T
TUHEiD FOit SliWIxSEifcWi&li'ifyu I.OLJ MHIHU
AKD THE OHA.HD VUIZZ.
Tha fhread exhibit! made by three of tbo largest
manufacturer of spool cotton re disliugaisuing
feature of the great International Cotton Exsitiouat
Atlanta. The Willinia-.itic' Thread Company, a di
tinctivcly Amcrfie& CAifu'dllwliat was
generally admitUS t Ihe tnM -rfbiipSefe exhibit
ever made of any industry at any World's Fair. A
whole system of machinery ia ojention was shown
in this company's space, and taking the raw cotton
from the bale, it was turxed out aid flashed thread
ready for market, passing through all the many
requisite and delicate processef in plain view of visi
tors, even tho spools upon which the thread was
wound, aud the boxes in which it was packed being
made on the spot.
The WUlimantio Company, in malrtng eo large an
exhioitat the 11 rat great Southern fair, showed a proper
appreciation of Southern intelligence, and the judges
in bestowing nnqnCthis eoinpgn'y S3 t&ehbnors
awarded for spool cotton at the Exposition, only echoed
the pub!io sentiment formed at the South after seeing
Low Willimauiic Thread is made. Governor Colquitt,
of Georgia, responding to a toast at a reception in
Atlanta, also added his indorsement by saying:
Having worn and fouad mmI a suit of clothes
made from cotton picked in tho morning from th
field aud before night woven, cnt, made and prea
anted to him by the WUlimauUo Company, ha stood
in a position to endorse the WilUmautio Thread, and
recommended it to every family ln Georgia aud the
Thei completeness of this latest Tictory' achieved by
tho Willimantic Company can be better understood
by reading the foUqwing extracts from the official re
ports of the judges of awrd : . . ,
GOLD MJCDAXi KO. L
Maekine ani Uand Sewing. The elements of merit
and superiority recognized are great strength and
elacticity, Tendering thia thread peeuliariy adapted to
able for their beauty and variety. Gold medareooj
j . " . . GOLD MEDAL SO. 2.
" Tor aAagniflccct difplay tof thread-making in all
its various operation, from the raw material to the
nmsnca gooas, . giving a com
plete, practical exhibit of this important and interest
ing industry. Ia closing this report the judges desire
their unanimous commendation' ot the
tic Thread Company for their enterpri e and
liberality ia making this notable xhlb t. and recom
a:ecl a special gold medal award ua m deaerved re
cocuiUon of theeame.'
TSS GBAITO PKIZK.
' For an excellent exhibit of an admirable system
of organisation and special institution for promoting
harmony and. increasing the material, moral and in
tellectual Well-being of work people In manufacturing
est&lMsbmeEta. . , . And your
committee recommend thar n exemplary recognition
snal be made of t'o value and importanco f U.ia
exhibit by the award of a grand prize of a ia d;J or
piece of plate of the value of 500 1 tbe exhibitor of
this admirable exemplification cf new wethxU for the
convenience and improvement of the f ni ;!; in
the manufacture cf cotton, couis:1or-!i th itsu-h pro.
vision -is. ox even greater imporiAU. e itiun any new
improvement in machines for prcx.arig tad tuuio-
factoring cotton." . :
i , rotm OTHnn iTim
Ia addition to .the'abov, f ntr other awards
recommended by the Juilg- s for x'.ib.ts rhown by the
Willimantic Company, aiuoug tl:-tti being the only
- award for a spool cotton winding machiau.
the" J6ut(ef members of thlfrater-
Great Seliotiii !
" IN ' PRICES AT '
- - - i . i !
I J' Am bouncTto sell out
to uaue noon
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
and Over-Coats, Boots
I"! am determined to sell, and you will
Solid leather SHOES for 85cts.
Extract trom letter :
" Me. M. S.Brown: In reference to the
warrant evert pair of them in material
We do not warrant against ABUSE
new pair for levcry unsatisfactory one, unless
fault oi the
Please return all "imperfect goods te
i I am prepared to sell you all the gods in my lint
30 llER CET CHEAPER
than you eaq get the same goods any where else, j
This is business.
To Owners of Mineral Property.
PA HT ES owmngf laads on whlca Gold, Copner,
Silver or Mica s fouad In paving nuaotltles.
comm.'otcate at once with the undersigned, par
ticulars as to locality, situation and transportation.
sena average &ies Dy mail or exp. ess, prepaid, i
Central Hotsl, Charlotte, N. C.
A Popular .Investment.
SIX PER CENT GUARANTEED
Preferred Railway i)tl
50,000 Shares "
OF THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE
Cincinnati, Virginia and Carolina
I of the par valwof $1,00 per share,are offered by the
under -ojned ut $50 per share, with gnarantee bythe
MUTUAL TltUST COaLFANX Or JJKW lOKK, OI
six p r cent per annum on saia subsenpuon price
for 8.x years, payable semi-annually, January and
juiy, at ana oy tae saia aiuinai Trust company in
aeif vorK tat-y. ana us aeencies.
The Cincinnati, Virginia & Carolina Railroad, "with
Its connections, will make an air line from Clncin-
I nail to Charleston.- South Carolina, starting at
waaesDoro', worm Carolina, running norm-west
inrougn saiisoury, wukesoorov ana wenerson, ,
uarouna : tnrougn Marion. . vireima. ana nortn
through West Virginia to Charleston, Kanawha
i;ounr.v. matintr & una or ana mups. Ttie. wnoie ais-
tance through a section of the country rich In agrt-
cultural and mineral -products, such. as coal, iron.
Conner, cotton, tobaccc-coraand wheat. The srross
earnings of th road when finished will average over
ten mjusana (iu,ik-o) tioiiars permue: iniswiu
dve 2TOSS earnlnes cf three millions 3.ooo.ooo)
dohars per year, whk h will yield large and remu-
neMirve aiviaenos to me stockholders. .
Subscriptions to the stock will.be received at the
office of the Company, 39 Broadway, New York, or
bythe ! . .
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY,
115 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
Full Information will be sent on aimllcation to the
Company. ' . .- ll:6t
A. J. IGBT, C. E. J. 6. MCKPHT, K. U.
j'EiQBY & MDEPHY,
Minhiir and Ccnstrnctiit Ercineers,
78 asd 80 Broaiway,
Bom 49, NEW YORK.
Examine and report upon Mine.
Make Working Plans and Specifications
for the construction of gold arn silver Mills,
or will enter into Contracts frile crecticn of
amVi i '
Mining Mach in err and supplies purchased
at low eat prices and prompt attention given
to shipment. ,
Of Address JOHiS itiuui,
9;t)m:pd; r- High P ist, N. C.
Ilsrtory of Ho wan County,
. : bt ksx. i. nxrurtx. .
Copies of this interesting book may be
bad of T. F. IUcttz, Theo. Buerbatjm,
or at the Vatcuma Office.
my Fall and Winter
do Well to call and see for yourself.
BOOT FOR $1.85.
Solar tip Shoes we hereby authorize you to
er FIRE or WATER. You can give
in j your judgment the damage was the
Yours truly, 4
JOHN MUNDELL & CO.
Wants everybody in Rowan Couuty
to Examine Lis large stock of Fine Sta
tionery, Diaries, Memorandum Books,
French Candies, fresh every week.
Canned Goods of great variety.
FRUiTs'of all kinds.
Call and see. THEO. BTJERBIUM.
To those wanting to compost and
make their own Fertilizers I would say,
that my supply stock of ACID PHOS
PHATES aud Chemical Supplies, will be
larger and better than ever before offered
u. ill have several grades of Phos
phates and Composting materials, rang
ing in prices from $4 tof 10. per quantity
for makiag up one ton, winch also in
cludes priuted receipts, and formulas
with full aud simple directions for makiug
and applyiug it. J. ALLEN BROWN.
Office: Front room over Crawford'
Hardware Store. 13:4t.
A 020.00 Bible Prize.
The publisher of JtutUdge'i MotMy ln the prize
DUZi.le deDartmeut of their Monthly for February of-1
Ter the fouowlng easy way for some one to make
'io the person telling us which Is the shortest
jise ln tfie Old Testament Scrlptares by February
loth, 1SS3, we will give $20.00 la gold as a prize. The
money will be fot warued to the winner February
inth. 1388. Those who try for the ortze must send
80 cts. ln silver (no postage stamps taken) with their
aavwe", for which lb j wl'lreceive the March nnm-
Der 01 tue Motnup, in wntcn wui nc puuusucu we
name and address of the winner of the prize, with
the correct answer thereto. Cut this out; It may
be worth $20.00 to you. Address, Kdtlxdgk Pve-
Lisarso Com fa NT. Easton, fa. ivn
j ESTABLISHED IN 1793.
MEBANEVUiliE, N. C, is
aniong Soathern Boarding Schools for boys
in Sage, numbers and area of patronage.
Messing club i of a mi:e trom Barracks for
young men of small m ans. ine j oin ac
6iqn begins January tlth, 1883.
For catalogue giving full particulars ad
dress Maj. R. BINGHAM, Supt.
.$ 75 6 $1.00
reen, per bus ...
ried, per lb
$1.09 a $l.2l
I2a M a is
to & 5 $5
o 9 ti
11 9 11'.'
10 0 10
5 S 1
S3 & 90 1.00 a 1.10
SO $) 9i LIS a 1.S0
14 a l
14 l 15 a to
U 15 IS a 20
SJX (4 S.TS S.7S .ft 4.00
is 14 1 a 1
s 10 11 a it
SO & 90 1.00 a 1.20
so oi.oo 1.09 a Lie
, Pork ; r
I wheat..,,. ,
GREAT REDD CTIOI !
regardless of Cest to make room for. a
' . date tell the balance
r a vf m u r7 ?
Suits sold at $20 reduced to $15,
Suits sold at $18.75 reduced to 14,
Suits sold at $16 reduced to 12,
Suits sold at $15 reduced to 11,
Suits sold at $14.50 reduced to 10, .
AND OTHERS , AT THE SAME j HATE OF DEDUCTIOIf.-
5T I shall sell these very soon; so parties desiring to ffcfll
buy will do well
Don't forget that I keep
Btj idg, Motions, &c,
fiflTTI 0 mTTVPTl HTinTTITlTn ' 0
PUiJjJ ouiiM umnuimi a
HOWLAND'S PULVEEIZER takes tbe
And can be pat up in
IT HAS BEEN FULLY
We construct. Mills with Stamps weighing from
Sena for Circular.
rery large Spring Stock, I will freffi, thie
of my Stock of
i '-V : . ' - ' j :"" " ."i i
to call at once. '; V1
the largest and best stock of tl
J. D. GA8KILL.
l if l T n l Hf i mmn ir i rrrmTnTiT
place cf the , ctimljeraae Staap 2W1U
one day ready for work
it weighs complete 7.000 rounds. It costs tisaa mitr t
the belt, will cru&Tone ton peThX of "SdSulm tStwS
pass through a 40-mesh screen. The wear Is Tmtoulatta
stamp mm. Its wearing parts are plain castings sad eaa
dropped into posiUon ln a few momenta, as shown bv tetters aI"
B and C no bolts or keys are required ; it can be set noon tho
floor of a mill with no expense for foundations, and can banaed
to crush and work In charges or continuous, it win amahra.
mate either poid or silver ores, maklnr It a siniDku
SP "if,?60"' S111? 11 reomrewfj-horee power
Stamp Mills, Rock Breakers, Crushing Rolls. Aaiis-
rainaung rans ana separators for Gold ajad SUver .
wrea, uionuizinjf r urnaces. Retorts, Roek DrUlS,
Dies for Stamps, and ever deaoEln.
tlon of Frames for Stamps ; ahta '
Wrrm o Without Bonn,' "Warn
oaifAiisxa Bora Pxsw.
XST Specialty mdmptsd UMininfl.,
850 to wo lbs. for gold and stiver oresv Wet r Dry
94 tibcrty Street, New York.
Q. V. WRIGHT & DROSo
have this day dissolved the copartnership hereto
fore existing between them by mutual conseat
All account due the arm are payablo to Wrtftt
Hellig," who also assume to pay tbe debts f the
old nrm. The business of the store will be coatta
ued by o. w. Wright A o. n. Being, under tfctftrs
name of " Wright A Helllg,n who solicit a eonilae
ance of patronage from their friends.
O. W. WEIGHT it BBOfl.
Dec. 87. 1881. lVim j
Horner School j
' Oxford, N. C. 1
The next session of this school will befftt
the second Monday in January. ' M
For circular giving terms and other partic
ulars, apply to tbe principals
J. H. A J. C. HORN EE, i
10:1m - '-.
On Tuesday the 7th day of February
next, I will sell the personal property bt-j
longing to the estate of Margaret E. Gra
ham. The sale will be at the late residence .
of Mrs. Graham, near the Sherrill's Ford!
road, the property consists of horses, cattle,
wheat, corn, farming tools, household and
kitchen furniture and many other articles
not mentioned. . TERMS of sale Cash.
All persons indebted to the estate of
Margaret E Graham, dee'd, are requested
to make immediate settlement, and all per-:
sons having claims against her estate are
notified to present them to me oo or before
the 15th day of January, 1873, W this nc-j
tice will be plead in barf their recovery. I
Wx, M. KINCAID, Adm'r !
. of Marg't E. Graham.
Jan'y 14th, 18S2. . : l4Ui
N TICE T0CREDIT0BS I
All p rsoua having claims against tlx
estate of Samuel Tront main, deceased, arei
hereby notified to present them to -tha
undersigned for payment n or before tlt
6tli day of January 1883. This Jan usrf
5tli l&Si. Plr a. HOLMES, Ados X