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N. C. AcrVExp't Station, :r
ltALKiOH.s. C. Jan. 17. 1882. J
t ,o-er $5000 tons of fcrtili-
sold in North Carolina last
Atei r ! 1 1
le returns are not all in. but
it is evitl
Stit that there was considera
ble increase in the sales over the year
before, iinjspite of the difficuUies in
transportation last spring, which pre
vented 'mttny facmers) fron gettingall
they wa tiled." The average cash price
of - the Wimple acid "phosphate was
830.80; STIie. average-cash price of
the arumoniate( phosphate1 was
30. The average cash price of, all
.kiuds wasi, therefore, 035.55 per ton.
Supposing cash had been paid for the
86,000j toiis, the total amount paid by
our form Irs for fertilizers would bej
thrte million, twenty-one thousand;
seven hundred and fifty dollars.
Since however about twice as much
anioniatid -gopda.- were sold- as acid
phtspiales,. th more correct cash
yalue of; fertilizers -Bought by our
people would have been about three
million, two hundred thousand dol
lars. But how many farmers paid
cash tor (heir fertilizefs? As far as I
. cau ' ascertain, hardly one-tenth of
them;j In1 the cotton country not one
tweitieth 'of them. -Deducting one
tcnth though, paid for in cash, we
have !scvepty-$ix thousand five hun
dred Itoh naid for at the rate of 425
pounds- ojt middling cotton iu Kovem-
for ammonia(ed phosphates and
or acid phosphates at 11 cts. per
pound; this is $33 for the acid phos
phate and 46.75 for the ammonia
ted phosphate per ton. Supposing
that the tobacco men pay for time at
the same rate "as the cotton men, we
have three millions,' two hundred and
sixty-five thousand dollars as the
j?ound sum paid by the nine-tenths
who buy on the credit system. Or,
addiug the amount paid by the one-
tenth cash men, we have the grand
total paid by theState for fertilizers
thus ! lor 'six- months time upon
purchases, worth three million two
hundred thousand dollars last May,
our farmers paid four hundred thoti
.saiid dollars which is equal to an in
terest o25 per cent, per annum.
This is but an illustration of the
womngs of the,credit system pursued
by our farmers throughout-the whole
country. The great majority of them
get every thing they, buy from their
commiss on merchants upon about the
same terms. During the summer
wheff; bacou is iworth Oca pound.
they' get itfrom their commistion
merchats for a pound of cotton in the
fall, it is not surprising that many
go down1 under this system, mortgage
nrs neir crops ana then their lands,
mtll finally they become the vassals
oi lueir mcrchauts upon the land
which they themselves once owned.
l" ue womiereu at tiiat so
many prosper under such a system.
It is, prosperous agriculture, indeed;
that jcansustain such a drain.
Although I believe lhat the use of
P super-phosphate upon our sta-
coiLon ana tobacco, has proven
nently advantageous, let me
farmers not-fb be tempted
by -this possibility of gain to buy
fiforejof them than they cao certainly
and easily pay for, in the event of a
prol ri M them rather buy jus.
they can pay cash for direct
the manufacturers and thus
dealers profits. Some manu-
1 kcturers, who pay the State tax aud
submit their goods to examination.
I specially solicit such trade. Let them
utilize further every available home
mateiaj and , make their own ma
nuresj. If all the cotton seed, stable
manure, straw, Jcc, are carefully hus
banded, Uicy will be found to gtJ a
long I way. These with acid phos
phates and kamite, which are still
reasonably cheap, will make excellent
."'W&'k? will give, some illustra
llmf excellent homemade fertili
zers in a later bulletin
Cius. W. Dadxey, Jr.,
-Artte tit. Ferlilizer WhicW Any-
uoly may Use.
December last the United Stnfna
Circuit Court. Baltimnr
i i I -' " tc uise
I of Boy ktiiland Carmen against H. J.
I iBake fc Co., whioh was argued be-
j. fore t le court several weeks aCo. Judro
b Morrfs fi!e his opinion in favor of
1 j 'tihe dcA?ndants. The action' was fiir
I i aiiegou juiriugenient ot a patent for
the manufacture of fertilizers held by
1 the coiuplainants, from the ma nu fact -
tire anl; sale of -.which tlity would
larjre ?)rofi(s. had not
the dffendants and others iijfringid
uponiheir parent. The court held'
that the only difference between the
formula patented by ' :coruplajnants
from the oldjLiebig formula was the
substitution jof dissolved bone-and
ground plaster for ground bone and
calciued pi aster j and that the patent
was invalid for want of novelty or
anv natentahle discoven. - A larjre
interest was involved in the
this suit. J - "
The pateut in question is No. 206,-
070, dated July 16, 1878, and .it de
scribes the making of the fertilizer as
follows : s 1 i i
This invention relates to a combi-
natfoh of chemicals to be used in con
nection with dry peat or muck and
unleached ashes, or with any refuse
natter having fertilizing properties,
to form a ferjtiliug compound; and it
cousists in combining dissolved bone,
ground plaster, nitrate of soda, sul
phate of soda, and sulphate of ammo
nia, in proportions substantially as
follows : .
Dissolved t bone, three bushels :
ground plaster, three bushels ; nitrate
of soda, forty pounds; sulphate of so
da, forty pounds; and sulphate of
ammouia, thirty-three pounds - This
mixture is incorporated with, say,
twenty bushels of dry peat or; muck,
and three bushels of unleached ashes.
The manner of preparing; a fertili-
zer compouna from the aoove ingre
dients is as follows : The peat or niucU
andnashes, ifjsuch matter is used as
the base of the mixture, are first thor
oughly mixed with the dissolved bone,
aud the nitrate of soda, sulphate of
soda, and sulphate of ammonia, after
being dissolved in water and added
thereto. The ingredients are next in
corporated with the ground plaster,
after whichthe compound Ts allowed
to, stand for, say, thirty or forty days,
when it becomes ready for use Set
Cellars as Centres of Malaria.
Dr. C. R. Agnew, writing from
Florida, says : In this State a some
wnat new problem presents itsell, in
the fact that lall houses shoulil be con
structed without cellars, and so raise(
on underpinhing as to-allow a clean
sweep of light and air beneath them
Indeed it is ji question whether sucl
a mode of construction should not be
adopted everywhere for dwellings
I have for nore than twenty yea
believed that cellar atmosphere is a
m os t p r o 1 i li c jca u sc o f d i eease a n d death
Lliclicve that it increases seventv-five
per centum the risk from malaria
disease all over our country'. Througl
this State th native population, as by
an instinct, raise their simple cabin
three or four feet above the ground
and allow air and light to pervade
the space so made benath the groui d
Uoor. I advise all travelers to avoid
t . 1 1 .1 i - i
inose noieis ana - oiner aomiciies in
the South which are not so constrcted.
The North Carolina; Republicans
in Wushinffton last week formed a
committee to wait on the President
to instruct him how he'euhtf to run
things down bere. Jim. Harris, cor
orcd, of Raleigh was made Chairman
of the Com qi It tee. -Winston Sentinel.
The Coldr and Lustre of Youth are resto
ed to faded or gray hair bj the use of Par
ker's llair Ualsaui, a harmless dressing high
Ij esteemed for its perfume and nurhr
UCl--i10T10 j '
1 . i
PRINTERS The PIOOREiSlV PRIN-
X JJlU TF n U A iwwnnt full nf
Inlonnatlon by an pld "R pi PITT i'ully uiustrat
Prtnter, It Is beaail- -J KJ KJ JX. ed and glTtrs
samples of One Job Printing. The colored plat ts a
a line teature, and is worth the price ot the n e n
book send tor it at once. OC
S. Whybraw, Pub. Rochester, N. Y.
nf)! PI Great chSnee to make money. Those who
U U l U a'.way s UKe advantaim nf r i mwt
ces for making money that are offere J. generally
become wealthy, while those who do not improve
such chances remain In poverty. We want many
men, women, boys and girls to wortor us rieht In
their own localities. Anv on rait An thn wnrt
perly from the lirst start. The business will Day
more than ten times ordinary wages. Expensive
outfit furnished free. No one who engages fails to
make money rapidly. You can devote you whole
Ume to the work, or only your spare moments. FuU
Information and all that Is needed sent free.
Aauress stinson Co., I ortiand, Maine.
By virtue of an order of the Sn
of Uowan count. Fall term lSfU. I will n
at the Court House door, in the town of Salis
bury, on Monday the dih day Sof February
next, a valuable tract of land beloneinr in it
estate of the late James Horali, idee'd, ci
taining 88 acrto, lying in the county of Rowan
on either ride of, the Uokl Hill iroad, 5 miles
from Saliabucy, -adjoining the lands of Zac
Lyerly, Ed. Banie arid others. I lli.linr. .
open at $410. Terms made known on day of
"ale. VM. H. IIORAII AHm'r
Dec. 17, 1881.1 12:4t ) j . .
All personsjiavlns claims
against I he estate ot uES
H' detfd are
hereby notitini t orhihi.
the baine to me undersigned oh or before the xvi h
day ot December, lsss, or this notice will be plead
ed In bar of their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make lmmii;.t
jnent f the undersigned. W. !v GALEs;
wec.wtn.issi. i lU;4l,p)? i admr.
Subscribe Ipr Carolina - H'alilin an,
onlv -1.50 ir ear iu advauco.
WE are daily rcceiying New Goods.
Don't fail to! see us be
hi WE HAVE X LARGE
that mast be sold, Special
Wtl be jifired.: .
Remember we mean
you seeour. Stock and
hear our .prices.
J. P. ROSS.
Nov. 2, 1881. .
iii irr iioim Atinn (nrtir nur n
Lire iiiounMiiut mnucuncHri
Table Showing Actual Cost to Members
of 4,0Q0 insurance for One
Year (March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880):
First Class, aged 18 to 30syears
Svcond " 30 f 40
Third " 40 ' 45
. 21 25
. 25 50
Fourth " 45 " 50
. 34 00
. 03 00
J. D. Efccrieelj, Ag't.
Everybody wants it, but very few get It,
because most pooplc da not know how to
select cufToe, or it is spoiled in the t oasting
or making. To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurber's package
Coffees are solectol by an expert who un
derstands tho art ot blonding various fla
vors. They are roasbil In tho most perfect
manner (it is impossible to roast well in
small quantities), then put in pound pack
ages (hi tht Iman, not groun-1,) b -arlng our
signature as a guarantee oi genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe for making go jJ OoiToo. We
pack two kiu.h, Timrb-r's "No. 34,"
strong and pungent; Taurb t's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. Ouo or tho other will
suit every taste. They have the three
great points, good quality, honest quart'
ttfg, reasmabls price, Anlt your Grocer
for TIturber'B roasitul Coffee in pound pack
age, "Xo. M"'or"Xo. 41." Do not be put
off with any othor kind your own palato
will tell you what is best.
Where personslesiro it wa also furnish
tho "HcaV Coffee-pat, the simplest, bast
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, Now York.
P. S. As the largest dealers In food pro
ducts in tho world, wo consider it our In
terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
satisfactory manner.' All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of superior
quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
are authorized to refund tho purchase
price In any case where customers have
cause for dissatisfaction. It Is therefore
to the interest of both dealers and con
sumers to use Thurber' 8 brands.
1ST OTIC El
JOHN F. EAGLE,
31 J It Ii ,
Invites your attention to his shop, opposi e
Mavr s ilniee.Kenairn r n: iIt an I nrnmui
ly done. All grades of goods made to order
Oct. lst,'81:tf. -j.
rERItCn.UGE, . L. H. CLEMENT.
CRA1QE & CLEMENT,
SALISBURY. X. C.
fl r CT tousiness now Before the public. Yon can
Ubv I make money f .ster at work lor us than nr.
anytiunsei.-;e. capital not needed, we will start
you. $13 a day and Howards made at home bv ihi
Industrious. Men, wemen,; boys and plris wanted
every wnere to wore tor us isow is tue time. You
eanworkln spare time onty or give your whole
time to the business, i You can live at Lome and do
the work.; No other business will pay you nearly as
.all 9 1 1 n . - . .
xwi vjjic cau mil iu ujiiKc ei.oruous pay uy
engajrtn at once. Costly outfit ani terms' free.
Money maae iasx, easily ana nonoraniy. Address
o trce S Co., Augusta, Maine.
Notice to Creflitors aifl Belters:
jAIl rsons having claims against the
estate nf Sydney- II. Hart, deceased, nr
hereby notified to present the same to the
undersigned on or before the 23d day of
ikt'enilKT, 1882, and all persons indebted
to said estate arc requested to settle
promptly. S. IhxGiiAM Hart, Adnrr. i
Drc. 22. 1331. Ct
Notice! All iersonsliaving claims
agninst th estate of Sirs. Clarissa Julian,
dee'd; are, hereby noli lied to present them
to tiie niHtersiguetl for pavim-nt. on or
'before the 3d day of Januui j, 183
) .. .UAI SM, llll r.
I r M . 4 1.
FACTS SPEAK i TMSELYES!
f Health i 'a great blessing.'
Disease is a
want of ease, and without the
Comfort of health, what is wealth worth ? What
happiness can there be in life? If we are not
well.it is a blessed thing to know how to re
gain health.; I offer this knowledge, freely
and without price, to thef whole world: "Take
Brandkeih's Vegetable .Pills whenever
you are sick.'' It is npw nearly fl fly years
$iuce I introduced these pills to the American
people, and, alter using; nity- millions of box
es, the verdict of the sre&t jury of American
sovereigns is, that they tre the bet and safest!
purgative ever known. - : ';;:T - .
I They have completely superceded mercuryand
bleeding, which was found in vefy general use
in this country fifty years ago. I said that the
one was poisonous and the other a murderous
treatment, the remedial power jof nature had
hot only to cure the disease, but to eradicate
mercurial poisons and Supply new streams of
blood to exhausted patients, wihich was too
hinchs for any constitution; that, my plan of
treatment was to remove disease by purifying
the blood with Brandreth's Fills; Tor-when the
blood was thus made pure, the medical.force
bf nature came into full play, and. unless God
willed otherwise, the bat lent was turt to re
cover. Uranilreth s rills assist nature in all
heF effort". It is nature that cures disease Hnd
not medicine, Fveryjothei coulse of treat
ment onlv throws great obstacles! in the way of
.1 T' !l . . 1 1
iuc consiuuuou. l am nappy 10 say inai oieeu-
np, which I said was always improper, has
been generally abandoned by ihenudical pro
fensiun. and that the noisonou qdalities of mer
cury have been so fur ! recognized that the use
of it has been forbidden in the JUnited States
Army, by the Sunreon-General. In the calen
dar for 1881, I publish numerous cases of cures
by Brandreth h Fills, some of them so remark
able as to be little shprt of miraculous: But
thev are true, an l the witnesses can be seen
and consulted. II Br.indreth's Pills were used
in every family, each ibox would be a magazine
of health and a pet feet medicine chest.
that Brandrelh's Pills, taken on an empty Ptonv
ach, create no nausea, vomiting, or griping
They do good any time, but arel most effective
and, agreeable taken pn going to; bed, when lit
lie, or better still, no supper ha.i been eaten.
O B. BRANDRETH.
COSTIVEHESS AHD DISPEPSIA CURED.
Emzabktu Falls, Maine, Oct. 31, 18S0.
Hon B. Branimiktu : Mv Dear Sir 1 like
to h ve a good supply of Brandretli's Fills i
my house, and therefore enclose !you an ordt
for two dozen boxes. I iirft learned the vir
tues of these Pills when I was troubled with
obstinate cosli vorsews and dyspepsia. By taking
Brand re! lis fills, two everv i night, for a
month, my digestion was restored, and I be
came perfectly regular. !
ClIAS. F. Koj.i.ins.
; CURE QF CQUSff.
- North Faiufield, Huron Count v, Oliio,
October (i, 1879.
Hon. B. Braxdketh: Mv Dear Sir Some
years ago 1 was a broken down invalid, with a
bad cough, and pain in mv sule, winch the
doctors thought eanje from liver complain;,
but none of them cojild do any good. 1 com
menced using Braiulrt th's Pills, takip" three
the first night, and iiicreasiug one every itihl
for a week, then rested a week, and commenced
again. In six weeks 1 grw well and strong,
entirely recovered niy health, and have re
mained so ever since. F. E. Jackson.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Principal Agency, 291 Canal Street,
20:ly-pd i New York City.
Is made from a Slmnln Tronlrnl T.enf of Rara
Value,and is a POSITIVE REMEDY lor all the
diseases that oause putts In the lower part of the
body tor Torptd Ltver Headaches Jau idlee
tjizziness, Gravel, Mola la, rnd all difficulties of the
iviuut-y, nver. ana .uniiry urgun3. i ror FEMALE
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and lurinff
Pregnancy, tt has no equal. It restores the organs
that moke the blood, and hence Is the best BLOOD
purifier, it is tue only known remedy thatcures
BRtGMT'S DISiASE. For Diabetes, use WARN
ER'S SAFE DIABETES CITKE. ;
v or sale by Dmsrlsts and Dealers ; at 81.2 S
per bottle. Largest bottt? In the market. Try It.
H H. WARNER & CO. Rochestek. N. Y
POWELL'S PREPARED CHEMICALS
J5 1 0 a farmer can buy a FORMULA.
For piS (520IbS)of POWELL'S
Thiswhen mixed at home, makes OneTon
cf SUPERIOR P1JOSPHATE, quat in
plant-life and as certain of successful crop
production as many high priced Phosphates.
K1f EXTRA No trouble to mii.
A'VEXPENSE.t Full direcUons.
" Powell's CheIiicALs have been thoroughly
tried, give universal satisfaction, and we offer
leading farmers in every State as reference.
Send for Pamphletj Beware of imitaiicr.s.
Brown Chemical Co
Manufacturers of ' Baltimor. Md.
Powell's Tip Top Bone Fertil
izer. Price on!iy $ 3 5 a Ton, net cash.
Bone Meal. Dissolved Bono.
Potash. ' Ammonia.
And all high-grade Fertilizing Materials.
ZTAyers-i-In place of Iron Bltterf.J
JVecoritlnnetoact aa Solicitors for Patents. Caveatc.
Trad Mart, copyrtgnts. etc., for the UnSed 8tSet
if,?.tK.1TtL"ttJe e' experience.
Patents obtained through us are noticed in the go.
trated week y paper, $ 3.2 0 a yearbows the ProCTwi
dre8S MU CO, Patent foUci.
125 8cLIvXTIrlc Autriciw, 37 Park Bow.
New York. Hand book about PntAnt .
mm a m
COTTON L GRAINS
Still under tk wvtMl
Is Issued ersry Thursday afternoon at
the reduced rates
of $1.50 In Advance.
Persona delajiuf payurat tbrea atantlia
will be required to pay $'2 per jear; 4e
hiying to the end of the yaar, $2.50.
THE WATCHMAN IS
le Best AdvertisiDEL Mm at
this poiutliaving tlie largest circulation
iu this and adjoining Counties. -
of every class done promptly and in the
best style at very low rates.
REV. JKTHRO RUMPLE.
We'ttill hat a ft copies of thia valua
ble littl book, whik shwiild bo possessed
bvverj citizen who feels a pride in the
historj ad character of Old Rowan.
Send for a cepj before it is too late.
DST Price $1.25.
Vd 'irtt Eauu
(Keit door below J. D. AlcXcelif s Store)
Wlterfi ivill be foitnd s
GOOD BEEF I
JLm The Marlcct Aflorl
Fell feiilts ani Prompt
s IS MY MOTTO.
I want to buy Fat
and Sheep. '
Ginger, Buchn, Man
drake, StiHiagia, and
inanyof tho best medi
cines known are com.
bincd In Parker's Ginyer
Tonic, into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to males it the greatest
Blood Pnnfier and tno
Best Health Strength
Restorer Ever usea.
It cures Rheamatism,
of the Stomach, Bowels,
Tj t n I Lungs, Ltver & Kidneys,
HflIP KJilCi?im iisentirelv different from
I Vl 1 WUIWUI 1 1 r-r .
Ho EotmomW luir bn nd other lonicv as it
bur. Nm bit to iwton ths never in toxicates. rUscox
jontUol color to pay htir. & Co., Chemists, N. Y.
SOc nnd 1 1 itaem. targ Siring Boyhiit Peihg 81 .
Avg. 4;ly. Dauchy. "
RKOHiVtV: GO WAX,
Cook Stoves of all sizes and styles always on
hand at lowest prices. CirMake a specialty of the
ACORN COOK STOVES, the best in the
world.; -A nrst-class stock of Tin and Granite
TIN AND COPPER SMITHING.
All kinds of Hoiise-Roonng and Guttering done on
short notice and In the best style.
We keep constantly on hand a complete stock oi
Sheet-Tin, Sheet-Iron and Sheet-Copper, which we
ffer for sale cheap. - i Mays 81 1 1
Come to the Front!
- TINS '
BOOT, SHOE &GAITER MAKER,
orrosiTE essiss' IRtG stoke.
All Work Strictly First Class
Having had sixteen years exeiiioe in the
buineft, I ;nn rpaied 10 PLE ASE the
EASE AMD ELEGANCE OF
my work can not be excelled.
B5A!1 mattrial of 1 he best and finest-grade.
8.A11 work done iu .the latest styles and
Gsnts Fins Wcrk a Specialty. "
Ready-made work of the rfi quatlly alwayn
on hand for sale. Altenlit n j;i vm lo FAMCY
WOKK and ( hain ion l'vx T e Work.
Repairing Neatly and Pr nij tly tlone at
moderate jriff. Bt,Kalifa-tin guaran
teed or no charge.gjj Orders by mail
3:iy' , WF.-. EAGLE.
Having qualified as Administrator on
the estate id' hs. Claiis:i Julian, dee'd,
I will sell for cash at the late, residence
of the intf state, on the 125th dayj of Jsuilt
nry, 1862, dTquautity of eoi n, lot of hogs,
meat, household and kitchen limiituie,
etc. J. W. Mai xky, Adin'r.
Jan'jr 2, 1882. , 12:4t
SALE OF LMiO!
The uudersinetl will sell on the premises
about five miles vest of Salisbury, on the
Linc olnton road, on the 25th dayof Janua
ry, 1882, Sevfiity Acres of Land, known as
the Clarissa Julian place. There lis a good
dwelling on it. j
jjhjio une-tnira casn, one-third in'
six months, and one-third in twelve months.
Note and security on deferred payments
and interest from date.
K. P. JULIAN,
M. A JULIAN.
Jan'y 2, 1882. Mrs. V. BHOWN,
12:4t ' - F. D. JULIAN.
MORTGAGE SALE NOTICES
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
WESTEE1T U. C. Railroad
Takes effect Sunday July ir, issi, at 4.15, P. M.
ARRIVK. LEAVE. STATIONS.
11S0 a.m Salisbury
H 08 a.mi Third creek
u a.m i
li'30 i i Elm wood
12 5J 'Sr.itexvlllo
1 40 t Catawba in :
P28 Newtou hS4
iconoya 12 as
;"1 HiCKOiy 115Tp.m' 7 50
itaiu 11 13
4 23 (Morganton ji0 2
-45 (ilenn Alpine 1JO02'
o w jKridijewttLer 945
51 j. Marion 8 56
2 iOklFort- 8 03
3T 7.97 a.m lleary jit
7 57 ! Bi'k Mountain 6 27
814 icooper's 6 07
2 Swannanoa 549
850 Ashe vine Ju'ct 57
oo Ashevllie 515
. trench llroad t41Dp.n;
FREIGHT TRA IS,'
6 00 A.K.
5 00 a.m. Salisbury
5 00T.M. 6 24 A.M
3 47 i
3 15 j
2 43 : 4
1 34 : !
iio 40J Icard w & ,
;.Morpanton : 940' 1
jlen Alpine 9o i
;Brldewuter :8 4it;
Marlon i 749 ;
: jiienry ! 5 69? :
:Bik .Mountain 503 :
a0 rjy. Cooper's 4 42 ;
12 32 A V.:
409 5 26
6 50 r v.-
:LOU-S 4 83 .
iFrench Broad! I
4 00 A.M
tST TralrisjjiH dall y, Sundays excepted
I r - t I .
;I am prepared to furnish
WAGON. AND BUCJGYi! HASNEss
Made of the best Xortherii TaJiiied leather i
Work and Leather gn ranteel. Call and see,
Opposite AtweU 3ialn Streeti, Sallsfctory, n c
Hntfn fully lleterminW-to ccinvert m
general Hardwni-e blisiness into iMacldn
i Y. Acriciiltnral Implements nnd VeliicW
fxclusiyfl.y, I now oflerr Cnsll, juy leir
tin: stock of '.-.-'C V). i , :i. vk '-tiC.
nnd all oilier goods not 1 j rect 1 v J con tied.
! ed with the machinery nnd ngncoltdral
trade," :-. ; j ; -j I :
An examination of my jfetock and prices
Being pressetj for storeagc, I also ofiVt
for cash, and cash on)yt i . ; k j
Two Car Ijoads Buggies j
at the ..following- low prices, ia wit :
Open Buggies, Fifty Dollars
Top Buggies, Sixty Dollars,
Prices subject to change
I have the sole agency for the following
named liiachiueYjr, &c
- Becket j
ell Eugiues and
Boilers and Mining -j
Machinery of all kinds,
Geiser Separators aml-lloise if
Powers, Bickford & Hutluiau's
Grain and Guano Diill.4, Thomas Hay f,
Bakes, B. F. Avery b Sons' Sulky Plows,
Walking Cnltivattns, Starke's Dixie
Plows, Buckeye and Champion ; Mowers
aud '-Reapers, Favorite and Dexter !
Corn Shellers, Telegraph Feed
Cutters, Bell Cane Mills and- U
Eva pai a tors, M i 1 1 e r's ;
French Bnrr, Grist i T
. Ilazzaid Rifle -and -j
Blasting Powder, Atlantic
GiaTtt Powder, Seehler& Ditvis Gould !
BtiggiesT and Spring Wiigggotis,: Robert
Law son Sc Co's Buggy Harness, &c.
Jiu persons nnieuten to me must tome
j t IS.'.'
fonrartljnj the loth day of Ju unary, 882,
ami settle. All fuUny'to do so will hare
eost to pay. 1 mean just ichat 1 Say. j
l!t specif ally, - ;-;
January 1 , 1 ;12:ly
) In the Si ri
kior Count. :
Robert Wall tmd wife Do rat by
Wall, and D. B. Alsabrook
Caroline Chunn, J. Cicero
Cluing Thos. AITison and wife
Bettie, JacoUThomason & wife
Susan, Sallie Chunn, Thomas
Chunn, Margaret Chunn, aiicLJ
uuvii 1M I IliU I' f
i ' . I ; n . . , - J f
Henderson r islicr. j
Upon affidavit of the Plaintiff, Robert1
Wall, Jt'is ordered by the Court, that pub..; "
lication be made in the "Carolina Watcli-i
man" for six w eeks, notiivinjr Thosl CIiudd, i ;
one of the Defendants, who. is a.non resi-
dent of this Stateto appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior CourWof said
county on Jlontlay the 27tli da of Fcbru.j
arv, 1882, and answ er the complaint; wiiithf
will be filed in the above entitled action,
w ithin ten days from the date hereof and if;
lie tail to rnsw'cr the complaint the pUm-
11ns win apply lo iiie X'ourt lor the reliei
demanded in the complaint. ' 1
Witness J. M. Horah, Clerk
13:6w Sup! Court Rowan Co. P
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