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LURY 6, 1862;
fTf. NKWiTEIWIS. r -FroVarid
after the l'st day of January,
a the sabscription jprice of the Watch
iilVifl be as fallows
One clear, paid iu advance, , - 5i.au
I , payment delayed B months, 2.00
I I pity ment delated 12 months 2.50
Mr. "Archibald Yodng
itnrdkv Which broke jhis
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Jne inf&urke county
ohn II. Ennia in
md a fall last
: lead from a
See specimens at
Therf is a new skating rink, in the
foydenf- House! building-it is fun by
arties jfromf Greeukboro.
At.&b6mm;taear!fankHn church, on
le 17tt inst.il Mrs Fanny Thomason,
e ltu insc, Mrsf j x auuy
on sort of Thomas Thomason
DECiiiXE8.-Mr. J S. McCubbins, Sr,,
those name was mentioned in this paper
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ago, ior vouncy uomausioD
, decline tbe use ofhis name.
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The tSalisbury Aroatuers met at the
toydeif Housemen Tuesday night. The
good and much enthusi
lay edVj showing tho deep
TnE Post Office. One of oar oldest
and most respected citizens remarked
that "the present location "and arrange
ment of the post office was a shame and
disgrace .to tlie town."' He adds : "im-
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agiue a lauv dressed in biik entering the
officeon business; the "first thing that
greets her gaze is a lot of kerosene, cod
fish and onions. I would be ashamed to
take a friend, even from jmy'own country
town into such a place." These senti
ments are frequently expressed by bur
citizens. A town of tnu size soould cer
tainly hare an office arranged Icomforta
bly and conveniently and kept ; separate
from a shop. Postmaster Bringle tries
to make amends for his iHUcbosen place
and ! shop arrangement by ( relieving the
street boxes at nine oclock p. m. This is
poor amends- for imposing the shop and
shanty on the people. There ire plenty
of good men in the County who would
take the office and more it up town.
U ' ; ' ; Keimer. r ".
They are down in shaft No. 2, one hun
dred and seventy .feet ; and they are
driving and stopping in shaft No, i.The
ore! continues cood-vein 4 feet wide.
The concentrating works are going up
raoidlv the build is 78x60. three stories.
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The machinery is all on the property,
Forged Note. Late tastJTriday evtn
looking man step
Mr. J. D. GaskOl
itetest taken by the members,
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The polite agnt c
now cabvassingour t
ut of Hill's Manuel is
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ngHttir town ior tins Deauti-
f J and really iieritoious work. ., He will
1.3 herei for several days, and will call on
citizens generally. ' ;
Joseph Harris, Moreton Farm Roches-
ti Garden Seeds, for 1882. We
kve lopked through it and find it very
omplee, and have not a doubt that this
ouse i 'doing as well lr its customers
i any I other dealer in seeds. He offers
I sendpjr bushels of the celebrated Rus
sanfWhite Oats for i3.25 to any address,
iiich is an item of interest to our farm-
ifnnds Who wisuo try this new
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31 1!. Ulla and Scotch Irish.
The,lii payers in Mt. Ulla and Scotch
ashaJovnships wnofaired to meet me at
Lira'Clreek StationjQu myrlast round on
icouiifi of a luiiunaerstandinff as to date
; former notice, are jhereby notified that
I will be : at Third Creek on Wednesday
Hits 1st 5day of February next to collect
tlie taxfal yet duo from those! townships.
I further state that after the above date
my taxibooks will b turned over to my
deputief for collection.'
J li I fv C: C. Krideii, Sheriff.
JNew Vasiiisg Maciiine.-U-Wo have
l aown t for sometime that Mr. T. J.
?ierotier was iworkpg out a new iaven
; on for the clothes; washer. We have
:en the machine : it is a novel combina-
. On of if jseveral higlily approved princi
; Wand iyill, we ,believe, accomplish the
lik i4teuded betterj than auy machine
; It v exhibited here. 1 We advert to the
hject just-now for t io purpose of noting
; atr SftvMeroney has had the machine
- teut(ii,Land will no doubt soon bring
i 4befi)rpthe ptiblic fpr sale.
tlie lodge of K
was made last
At the brganizati
P., of which - mention
eek. the followinirlofficers were entfall-
1 1 for tjie term :c.
V. OS-RR. Crawford.
P.-4 il. Gray.
, iM. E4j. D. Gaskill.
M. Fl-4-W. L. Raskin.
K. RfS. . M. Davis.
JU. A. -V-.. Xi. iUlllH.
I. G.--W. H. Overman.
0. gJ.F. Paeej.
MctfM in Parvo. Much in a little
lit all Against the white man. A sharp
egro iet a dull wljite man ion tbe street,
Tuesday jj and exhibited ttf him a bright
ejy one cent piece which he represented
j a $2.50 gold piece. Tlie white man
ranted it, and offered to give other
doiiey for it, which was done; But not
log after, the ignorant man fonnd out
ft jt ras a coppef, not a gold, coiq, and
fentTo- the negro, who, without hesita
ing a well dressed, fine
ped into the store of
and asked him to cash check for bim.
Mr. Gaskill did so. - The check calling
for $804. After the man. went out Mr.
Gaskill examined the check more .closely
and discovered written in red ink across
.signers name tbe figures 8.94. i This led
to an examination which showed that in
the figures on the corner of the check,
a cipher (0) had been added and in the
cen tre of the check the letter, y bad been
added to the word eight. The i man bad
gone to theDepot and it only liked a few
moments of train time, j ( Mr. Gaskill did
not have time to get an officer, butjruh-
ed off himself. Arriying at the l)epot be
singled out his man among the crcwd of
passengers and accosted him : jYoa are
the man I just cashed a Check for.'Vf "No
Sir," says hej "was therp anything wrong
with V "Yes sir, you come with me
They started off together and got nearly
up town, when the stranger discovered
that, Gaskill had no warrant of arrest,
and started back to the; Depot. ' Gaskill
said "all right, I 'have sin officer waiting
there." Fortunately as tbey neared the
Mt. Vernon Hotel, Mrf' Gaskill spied
Capt. Theo. Parker witji his fatigue suit
on. lie called uapt. 1'atKer, tola him the
man had forged a checHon him,and that
he wanted the man taken up town. Capt.
Parker replied, "all right sir, 111 see him
up?' This time they made the trip to
Gaskiir store when Constable Vander-
ferd took him in charge. The man's
name is Brown, from near Sheppards X
roads in Iredell County : In the Magis
trates Court he claimed that he was not
the man who passed the check. There
are two witnesses who say another man
presented the check to them on the same
day. It seems that the case hinges on a
question of personal identity. ; '
. Special Meetiiigr !
Of the North Carolina State Stunday
Scliool Association. . ;
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The Executive Committee of the North
Carolina "State Sunday School Associa
tion having received official notice that
Mr. B. F. Jacobs, Chairman of the Inter
national Sunday School Executive Com
mittee, and Mr. E. Paysou Porter, Statis
tical Secretary, with perhaps others of
their Committee, will visit North Caro
lina on the 24th and 25th of February;
1882, at some convenient centre, to -meet
the Sunday School workers of the State,
desire hereby to give notice that on the
days mentioned there) will be held in
Raleigh, N. C, a special meeting of the
North Carolina State Sunday School As
sociation. Not only are organized Coun
ties earnestly requested; to send delegates
to the Convention but; every County in
the State may and should have some
representatives; indeed, any earnest
Suaday School worker will be made wel
come, and willlm recognized as a mem
ber of the Convention.! A Local Com
mittee has been appointed in Raleigh
which .will make all necessary arrange
ments for holding the Convention. From
this - Committee other! announcements
may be expected. JasI T. Lixeback,
Jen ; shelled out all he had left of the
2.50 he had receive, uow! minus that
om6unt by 35 cents:
I VVherJ it comes to pass that the white
man can be fooled in this way in the
light of day by the "bottom rail," it is
certainly time to .improve the schools
Jid in Ike education coersiye.
A lot of small money jugs have been
distributed over town for the rmrnose o
Electing money to build Sr. Mathews
iiurcttin this county.. Some base thief
lis lifted one from Bernhardt & Bros,
yues .3J.CVUU01CS e& L'0'1. and Tlifin.
arMuni's. ; The 'mtle tjug Hwas also
oien prom lUuttzTs Drug Store. The
pg at Buerbauua's contained over a dol
Offers a- reward
T. K. BRUSER MANAGER.
and it is
bej in operation
calculated that the works wilt
by the 10th of next
The North State. Mining Company
hve assessed - tUelrtock .w 10 cts. per
sliare for the purpose of erecting smelters
at! their Copper mine in Ahse County. If
alilrn trne that is said of , this mine they
should pay a dividend by August.
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This seems to be the Bonanza mine of
Ihe State at the present time. They em
ploy about eighty hand taodaro producing
ibeut five tons of concentrated ofe daily
which is reDorted to be worth five bun-
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dred dollars per ton. At any rate it is
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safe to say that this is one more paying
mine in the State. j
A Rich- Gold MineV
Ww learn that some northern capitalists
and A. V, Graham aud.; Capt. Jones, . of
nuisooro, nave epenea a goiu mine on
the lands recently purchased from Rev:
R A. Patterson, who resides nearj White
Cross, Orange county. Some time ago
they purchased a small piece of land from
Mr. Pattersoff, for which they paid him1
one fourth of the proceeds from the niinej
They .went to? work s and . in ,. a ,few days
they discovered that they had a regular;
bonanza on their hand. The ore was found
to be very rich4, and the cempany then of
ered Mr.Patterson $8,000 for his; fourth
interest. The offer was refused and the
company are now digging up the 'yellow;
metal mlarge quantities.
E. A. Ebert, Secretary.
Salem, Jan. 17, 1882.
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Mr. J. M. Gray, in alluding to the
olen jags said : j ' j
At tie j day of judgment his soul will
Otl' till nninlK rtf . a ti.nilU
iut jhifo a tobacco seed ahd the tobacco
pea W4ii.be damned, his soul being
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man m h atnttv,i t
years' trial tu nrjtrv.
"MiUHT" the btat liW
f Jforlo. !
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Kentucky legislature making lying an
offense, punishable with a fine of not less
than one or. more than twenty dollars.
Angusta Clironiclei (North Carolina,
Tennessee and Alabama hare roundly
excoriated all efforts to Mahonize their
States. Public opinion seems to have
anticipated "the new party," and South
ern judgment stamps it
Arrearsi of Pensions
To the Editor of the Observer :!
; That great iniquity the act; of Con
cress crantins arrears of pensions was
not passed without opposition or in care
less ignorance, as seems to be thought by
some who are now discussing in the news
papers and elsewhere. It is true that
nobody knew then, or indeed knows yet,
exactly how many millions or hundreds of
millions will be extracted from the Treas
nry under it ; but enough was known to
put on his guard every man who was not
carried away by purblind demngogism.
It was rushed through the House under a
suspension of the rules by men anxious
to pander to what they supposed was the
soldier sentiment. The vote upon it will
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be found on page 4874 of the j Congres
sional Record, 2nd session. 45th Congress,
where it Will be seen that myself and col
leagues from this State iu the II ouse all
voted against it, except two who were
absent. It also appears that the South
ern Republicans all voted for it or dodg
ed j that the only Northern members to
ting against it were Democrats aud fin
ally that of the majority who ( passed it
the larger part were Republicans. What
ever Senator Beck may say of ' the care
less mauner in which this bill was allow
ed to pass the Senate, it was stienuonsly
opposed, in the House, particularly by
the Southern Democrats, who predicted
then that it would be found in the end
one of the most recklessly improvident
and wasteful measures verjassed by the
American Corigress.i $ -:Z t Y?
Vm. M. Robbins.
Statesville, Jan. 19th, i82.
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IN PRICES" AT
Am bouncl to sell out my Fall and Winter
CLOTHKlGv BOOTS j
AIID; SHOES, GG.,
IU UUUt UUUl.il
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Regardless of Cost io make room for a very largo Spring Stock, Ijwill from this !
date sell the balance of my Stock of - f : j a a,
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUT
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Suits and Over-Coats, Boots
J"I iim determined toell, and yOu will do well to call and see for yourself.
j v WILL SELL YOU A
WARRANTED BOOT FOR $1.85.
!. Solid leather SHOES for 85cts.
Extract from letter : j
M S TiRowiff; In reference to the! Solar Tin Shoes we herebv anthnrizo ron
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warrant evkbt pair, of them in material and workmanship.
W0 do not warrant against ABUSE or FIRE or WATER. You can give a
new pair for every unsatisfactory one, unless in your judgment the damage was the
fault ot the wearer.
Please return all imperfect goods to us.' Yours truly,
JOHN MUNDELL & CO.
! . Philadelphia.
I am prepared to sell you; all the gods in my line
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SO PER CENT CHEAPER
than you ean get the same goods any where else.
This is business.
M. S. BROWN.
i IMPO RTANlj
To Owners of Mineral Projierty. j
PARTIES owning lands on whlcnGold, Copper,!
Silver or Mica is found ia paying quantities,;
communicate at once with the undersigned, par-.
tlculara aa to locality, situation and transportation..
Send average samples by mall or express, prepaid,
to COLORADO. i
14 3t. Central notel, Charlotte, N. C4 !
Statesville Landmark : Among the in
teresting rumors floating arou ad Wash
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is one that Dr. Mott has an eye on the
United States Seuatorshipt succeed
Gen. Ransom. I
The Washington Republican; of Mon-
as impotent and
day gives the following list of
Mahoncs in North Carolina :
Col. : Win, Johnston, Hon.; Charles
Price, Capt. Nat Atkinson, Cl. Folk,
and Mr. Lenoir. ConcqrdJleg'ister.
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morning this week. It was said . to be
caused by the reflection of the large
array of 'black' Republicans from North
Carolina; just- gathering on the grounds
of the capital, in order to get first au
dience with the President in - regard to
their retaining or securing the offices
tliat Mr. Arthur has at Jiisj disposal.
There were some dots on the lining of
tho cloud, caused by.tha outlines of some
Democratic 'Mahones' that were hangiBs
on the skirts of the
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A Popular Investment.
SIX PER CENT GUARANTEED
Preferred Railway Stoci.
OF THl CAPITAL STOCK OF THK j
' Cincinnati, Virpia anil Carolina
1 Railway Company, j
of the par value of $100 per share, are offered by the
undersigned at $30 per snare, with guarantee bythe
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, of
sis per cent per annum on said subscription price
for six years, payable semi-annually, January and
July, at and by the said Mutual Trust Company in
X e w York City, and Its agencies. 1
The Cincinnati, Virginia & Carolina Railroad, with
Its connections, will make an air line from Cincin
nati to Charleston, South Carolina, starting at
Wadesboro,! North Carolina, running north-west
through Salisbury, Wllkesboro', and Jefferson, N.
Carolina: through Marlon, Virginia,, and north
through West Virginia to Charleston, Kanawha
County, making a line of 300 miles. The whole dis
tance through a section of the country rich in agrl
culturaLand mineral prod acta, such as coal, iron,
coDoer. cotton, tobacco, corn and wheat. The cross
earnings ot the road when finished will average over
ten thousand (iu,go; aoiiars permiie. imswui
give gross earnings of three millions ($3,000,000)
dollars per year, wnicn win yieia large ana remu
nerative dividends to the stockholders. f
Subscriptions to the stock will be received at the
office of the Company, 39 Broadway, New York, or
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY,
115 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CrTYl
Full information will be sent on application to the
Company. ll:6t i
MXTKPHT, F. X.
Assessment Notice !
North State IMi Company.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting
of the Board of Directors, held. on tbe 17tb
day of January, 1882, an assessment (No.l)
of ten cents per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the corporation, payable
immediately in current funds to the Secre
tary, at the office of tbe company- in Salis
bury, North Carolina, or at the Branch of
fice, 52 Broadway, New York City.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 16th day of Feb
ruary, 1882, will Je delinquent and will be
advertised -as delinquent, and unless pay
ment is made, together with cost of auver
tising, before Thursday the 9th day of March
1882, will be forfeited to the company, to
gether wit hall previous payments, according
to the charter. .Edwin U. Mclfokd,
Sugar curedyHam and Breakfast Strips
at A. BARKER'S.
Nice Smoked Beef at A. Parker's.
Fat No. 2 Mackerel at A. Parker's.
Fin Northern Apples at
Wants everybody in Rowan County
to Examine his large stock of Fine Sta
tionery. Diaries, Memorandum Bocks
French Candies, fresh erery week.
Canned Goods of great variety.
Fruits of all kinds.
Call and see. THEO. BUERBAUM.
A. 3. KIQBT, C. E.
I KIQBY & MURPHY, jj-
Mining- aid Constniii Engineers,
! - 78 AND 80
Examine; and report upon Mine. -
Make Working Plans and Specification
for the construction of gold and silver Milln,
or will enter into Contracts for the erection of
same. " ' 1 - 1 j
Mining Machinery and supplies purchased
at lowest prices a'nd .prompt attention given
Or address JOHN BIG BY,
49:9m:pd High Poist, N. C
Histoxr of" Rowan County ,
ST KIT. J. BCKTLX.
Copies of this interesting book may
bad Of T. F. KLCTTZ, THEO. iiUKCBAUM,
or; at .he Watchman Omce,
To those wantiug to compost and
make their own Fertilizers. I would say
that my supply stock of ACID PHOS
PHATES and Chemical Supplies, will be
larger and better than ever before offered
you. Will have several grades of I'bos
nhatea and Comoostincr materials, ran"
ing in prices from $4 to $10. per quantity
for making np one too. which also in
eludes printed receipts, and formulas
with full and simple directions for making
and applying it. J. ALLEA ISBOWN.
Office: Front room orer Crawford's
Hardware Store. 13:4t.
Suits soljl at $20 reduced to-15,
Suits soli at 818.75 reduced to 14
Suits sold at $16 reduced to 12,
Suits sold at $15 reduced to 11, f
Suits sold at $14.50 reduced to 10,
AHD OTHERS AT THE SA1IE RATE OF DEDDCTIOll
M -. - V '
ilp3'! shall sell these very soon;; so parties desiring to cM , 1
huy will do well to call at once.
Don't forget that I keep tlie largest and best stock j)f
J. D. GASKILL
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MOMIEY &; SPEM MY,
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GOLD & SILYER I GRINDING & 4HALGAJIATING IACHINERT
HOWLAND'S PULVSEIZEE takss the placa of the cumbersoma Stamp Ifill
Ana c&n oe pat up in one aay reaaj ior work - ' f
i-IT HAS BEEN FULLY PROVKD tt TESTED "
It weighs comDlete 7.000 douimIh
the belt, win crusfi one ton per hour 01 rha1rdluar tSt vrtU
pass through a 40-mesh screen. THe wesr la few th ni t 7h
sump mluT Its wearing parts are plala caXiSd tZ
dropped into poslUon In a lew moments, assbowa by letteni a
B and C, no bolts or keys are required Tit can he K-t. iTtv. tl
floor of a mm with no expenseYoidattoni 7nfi2iSS
to crush and work in charjes or conUnuoitwaSaSSv
mate either fold or atlver ores, making! It a slmpST
pmuu ivwv. BivtutvrB, UTU8ninff ROllft. Atn.L.
separators for iold and surer
, iiiniwTT-nA esmannir
p r (Hp r f
uiiuiuiK r uriiaces. Ketorta,! Bock Drills.
Air ComDmmnL utool Dhit ...
pics Ior Stamps, and erery descrip
tion of Frames for Stamps; ale
With ok Wrraoor Boclkks, Wjuur'
or Manilla Kara doms ,.4 .
tST Specially mdapUd U Mining I
we construct Mills with Stamps welgfclng from 50 to too Ids. -for gold and fcllTeroresj Wet or1 Dry
Crushing MOlUrs. 8ndfor Cittulnr. i ! J , i
Warerooms 92 and 94 Liberty Street, IXewYork. i
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green, per bus ...
' dried, per lb .
Potatoes Irish, ....
t 75 $t.00
$1.09 a $1.25
UORTH CAROLINA !
ROWAN COUNTY.' ' B,on C c "
W. H. Cone and Q. A. Jj Scchler Adm'rs of
C. A. Miller, PlianVfti
Vance B. Miller, Luther S. Miller, anrj Ka
tie C. Miller, DeferCU:
In pursuance of a judgment of the Supe
rior Ceurt, in the above entitled cause, the
undersigned Commissioners, appointed by
the Court will sell on the premises, on
MONDAY 6tli Day of March, 1882,
to the highest bidder, the following tracts
or parcels of land, situated in Rowan coun
ty : One tract adjoining the lands of White
Bostian, John Ketchey, Margaret C. Bost
and Jacob Setzer, containing 144 acres.
One tract adjouning the lands of Marga
ret C. Bost, Mutnford Wilhelm, Mary E.
Hess and others, containing 110 acres, being
the land upon which Christina Miller, wid
ow of Henry Miller, now lives, and subject
to her dower. !
Also an undivided one-third interest in a
tract of land at China; Grove, adjoining
Frank Patterson and others, containing one
acre, upon which is located a gin house.
Also an undivided one-half interest in a
certain tract of land situated in Rowan
county, adjoining the lands of W. II. Cone,
W. Kimball, W. H. Webb, Washington
Sloop and O. A. J. Sechler, containing 50
TERMS of Sale One-third cash, one
third in six months, and balance in nine
months; purchaser to give bond and secu
rity for the deferred payments with inter-,
est from date title retained until tbe pur
chase money is paid. t
Dated, Januarv 20th, 1882. ,
W. H. Cone, ! n,.s-'
G. A. J. SecSler. Comnm ne
15,6w . U
0. 7. VRIGHT & BROS.
have this day dissolved the copartnership hereto
fore existing between them by mutual eonseat.
AU accounts due the firm are payable to ; Wright
Hellig," who also assume to pay the debts of the
old Arm. The business ot the store will be contin
ued by O. W. Wright A O. H. HeUlg, under tbe firm
name ot " Wright A Ilelllg," who toilet conttnn
neenf nntmnaca from their friend, i ; i ,
ti. W. WRIOnt k BROS;
Dec. 27. 1381. ll:lm
Subscribe for CaroKna Watchman,
only $1.50 pr year ia advance.
II O 'J-LL'I.
j Oxfobd, N. C?, J j I ; ';
The next reaoion of this school; will Lcia
the second Monday in Janusry. ' i i
For circular giving terms and other parlic-
I ' . J. II. & J. C. HORNEE.
10:1m ! "J
. . . : ,
On Tuesday the 7th day off February
next, I will sell tbe personal property be
longing to the estate of Margaret E. Gra
ham. The sale will be at the late residence
of Mrs. Graham, near the, Sherriir Fuird
road, the property consists of horses cattle,
wheat, corn, farming tools, household ahd
kitchen furniture and many other articles
not mentioned. l KJib ot sale Cah.
AU 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 ire
notified to present them to me on of tw&M
ths 15th day of January, 1883, er this No
tice will be plead inbar of their recovery,?
J Wjc M. KLSCAID, AdmCr f .
J . of MaiRGraJiam!:
Jan Uth, 1833. ! - -14:4t ,
NOTICE TOJCREDITORS 1 1
AH persons Laring claims agjiintt he I
estate of Samuel Troutman, deceased, ire ! -hereby
notified to present them to the
undersigned for payment on or liefore ihe
Cth day of January 1833. This January
BI. L. Howies
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