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r; ' 73 '. BBEST AWAY ? j j I MINING INTELLIGENCE. . . : : , . f
r - i j "."VI-. t k i ': j - - - -
rir.. nfiir the 1st day of January,
U" the subscription price of the iKafcA-
ill be as follows-, r n
One rear, pitta n auvancc, , -
payrueiit delayed 12 months 2.50
Tropical frdita is abundant in this
Mr. J. M. Bieown has opened a shoot-
LVjialler in Ijia store.-
Mrss B. Baker of Hickory 'is. visiting
m a4 " - -
Thidance atl: Dr, Earaes1 last week is
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escribed as rerf enjoyable.
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.The rain continues to' fall much totlie
ttriroebt of outltor work.
A cwnplimentary hop will be given to
ting young ladies on tl6 SOthinst.
Rev. Williiini Diivi3 filled lite pulpit in
the Presbyterian Chnrcli Lint Suiiday
There is a new Livery Stable opened
foo tee Street M. L. Arey & Co. j are
rauutng it. K
The Band iwas out serenading one
nisht last :weelc. The organization sisoaid
be kept together more- closely.
Call on David Eagle for repair of all
kinds ofgarden aud farm tooU wheel
barrows etc., fllo. needs work, iuid j will
d it well. In -Misses Gil-s house, i
The tport i rf Stanly and Montgomery
Connties is fine, Occa5sionily a deer is
hoti Wild irurkevs abounil and! fox
chasing is an efery day occurrence. Quail
js plentiful. ,
lii&B EIIa Bown, organist in the Pres
byterian' ChuTcli is vjsiiing fnend in
South Cairolina. Miss Minuic Eaiusa-v
is filling her jdacc at the organ iu her aV
. sence. ? s
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W..II. Kestier has his.nw Hotel nearly
ready. It i? iituate oh the corner of Lee
anu inniss cxrteis ana is to by run on-
the Eurppeau pl.'.n. It vbe called the
Yadkin Iloiioje. ! I ,
Mr. D. A. Iufjn;in boasts of li is tur
nips a six poiiiHter,
that weish'iJiue pnumfs
Do not forget to rcaew;yonr- slrlcrip-'
tiou to thipaper a great .many sub;
scriptions expire, at! hi seastm. By .re
newing youfget the : advantage of the
cash rate, f
: .Sroii-Ki (3 rAS:. One of Hie salesmen
of lr. J.,F. iloss, went, to the. depot to
: ' . ." ' 1
Vetiihive u coOrpIa uf sack.s ofjgiiatso. -WMion
lieranived ilsrKe liin usixel organs were
greeted wttlf that unmistakable odr. Ht
Ciitjtic to t-hcfcbnciusion that the stuff wr.s
fcpoiled and ad the lot shipped back.
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franco Isuckey colored, who beat
Dave Feathlrsoa also colored) nearl to
jc:lt! l:lr f:fh; WJi r:inl.m-l lntf
ud lodged iii jail. Dave was
4 ' 7 9
the drive they, had to build fires
the bouse he was in
r. : . I
, as theylhad no Bearch warrant
'' I ; rV-
ihas Hoou, 'tiuted,' W.tooktto huiise
fji:U jiiiU oiie leather and a pair of sh
trour Merony & Dro's store lasl Satiur
d.iy .uightt fhe shoes were MrT Boa
: buuday slices and when that gentlejiiai
b . to, psit tli
those shoes, he found that he was left.
j t j,...,.
Suspicion pointed to Hood and a search
disclosed tLe above mimed goods iirhis
pyssessioiy I Ho now rests in limbo and
is couteuipif tinga job on the R. 11.
Capt Mnj Hon. Chas.' Price was
closetrd last Saturday and Sunday wjth
Dr. J. J, Mtt,. Theood peopled this
county, will I please remember with what
: political ' paErty tliis now funded iude-
pendent dejmtcrat (!) keepa eouipauy.
Don't allowfthe wbtdrto com ovtr your
f eyes "independeiit deuiocrat" and "re
;.' publican" ro too closely allied not to
be substantially identical.
Thepostolfice business is growing more
exaspcratia. Not satisQed -with remoV,
. ing the office from the business centre
aud stowing it away iu an old wooden
; shanty bail lsome scventy;'Tears, ago, and
- opening iiR tore iu connect ion with it,they
bave added an elegance ahauticipated
Q theshapoajul form of a colored clerk iu
fajd store. ' The ceiling is canopied with
: smoked bacon and the floor is decorated
I yith other handsome heavy groceries
nd the colored clerk is very polite. Into
this st ore. and post oflice combined, every
; Ny in, Salisbury tis Compelled to go
whether this i8.agreeable4o thorn or not
i left to the considerationof the-busiuessr
Pien of Salisbury. The Postmaster seems
:or have lideter minted tb run the machine
4osuit his own financial ends irrespective
4f publip comfort or propriety.
) Steam j)ougis are used iu England and
fcastvehj. Tjk tax (tariff dues)
jon oue if brouglit ijito the j United States
I planters.-! W7. ;
IjMNtOF CARDUi." f.r Ladie oilv.
Down . in -Stnnlv and - Mor.firomerr -: - . , 1 1 i j " ' . w v
Wlijif. were you dora t
Huntmg. - z- --. -
Hnnting -what ? . t
DeeK Turkeys. Geese and-bikls. .
Yes, D-e-a-r I expect, eh; ?
Ko, game honest.
Did you kill anything - . I i
Yes a couple of deer, eleven i turkeys
and a hundred and twenty-fiTe birds.
Gollv 1 how vou do run on !-f-what did
you kill in fact any deer f
xes, a nn ones.
How did yon kill it?
Shot it. .
How far ?
What was it doing ? -
How did you happen to see it ?
The dogs run it to me. i,
How much did it weigh ? j
One hundred and thirteen pounds.
Where are the antlers 1-. J ,
At home. , f
-Who gave them toyoa t j . .;;
No one. t - , l . I -" ; ;
How did you get 'em, bay fern ? - - '.
Did you really kill s deer 1 j j
Of course-. ' - ! i .
-Who went with you, any one ? -Yes,
Pete Heard. ' L j
Did he kill any thing t ' , ' . . ,
Yee. lie got a deer also., ;J -:-K
Ob pshair !tbafAn goodPete'&d&t
kill a deer. . - !.''"
Ha Bays he did. ! ., 5
Dkl yon see him shoot? ';'-
Did y oa hear him sheot ? 1
Yes' y . j -
Hof tiianT tufkeys did yon say. you
got? ' ;
They must be plentiful? j
They are very abundant, i
Hmt long did you slay down ?
N?;tlr!y tJirce weeks. j
W;lien areyou going again?--"
D-r.iT kcow next fall, -may be.
WTelI. vcu . migbt have got ! some tur
keys., but I doa't telieve . yon got any
Can't help what you bolieve ones own
satisfaction ia a matter of I this kind is
Per! :;vr-i5 vou L'ot one. bat; Pete didn't
kill one. Uovr is" the -n-alkms fiom Gold
Good dr.y. -G
Prof: W. II. Evans crave an! informal ex
hibifion.of tho rreat .'attainmeDTs of his
vical cIhss, iu the IiaP of thp Y. M. C. A.
last Tuesday niht ; the result of his pa
tient, painstaking and thoroughly efficient
course of vocal inflsie culture here. 'It is
hardly possible to accord hijn overpraise
for the salutorv iuflaeHe li'o has exerted
and the healthy- impetus ho has giveu to
vocal ?nu?ic in this-place. iThis closing
concert. -a delightfuf surprise was en
joyed with intense aud unrlijjging satis
Tactioi) 'by the uncomfortably large assem
blage oH'rietuH aod admirers.
To specify would cover too much
,-ppace ; Tor, warm and candid eulogy
would reach every perforiuer. It will
then not be deemed invidious to only ad
vert to a few of Tuesday npgbts's epicu
Viun feast of vocal gems. f'Ever fondly
dreaming," in waltz tentp, sang by the
little Misses Smithdeal, lltudleman, Ida
Merom- and Carrie Holmes, was bird
like and charming. ."LhVs dream is o'er
Duo tor Contralto and tbnor,'sung by
Ii. and Mrs. Griffith, was! enravishing :
Soprano solo "Ave Maria.f by Millard,
w;js saui; bv Mrs. Annie -Rankin with
thrill big aVct. "Not aahaiijed of Ghrist.V
r. coulralto salo, by Dauksjwas rendered
with extreme, purity and pathos by Mis
Hatti'e Bringle. "Soft, rlokting on the
evening air' h . quartett, 'stung by Miss
Lila Marsii7 Miss Ilattie! Btingie, Dr.
GriJntlr.and.Mr. Clowe, with humming
accompauiment by the restjof the class,
inteuded us it seeuiingli was in the
distance, probably was the gem of "the
concern t. The chorus singing, by the full
class, was remarkable for it ensemble
purity and effectiveness,! especially in
"the Pilgrini Chorus" fromiVerdi's "Lom-
baidi," und the closing piece "the
Phantom Chorus" by Bellini, in which
Mi as Warner won new laurels as an ac
complislied orgau accompany ist.
It is to be hoped that this first success
is ouly 'the beginning of !' the end": for,
like culture generally but in a creater
onideCTee there is no stationary point of
attainment in vocal musie culture with
out the attendent evils of Istaguatiou aud
retrogression, i x. '' f - '
Aristotle said : "Although j nature has
gifted us with voices, yet easy and cor
rect singing aud speaking result from art
and study." Vocal music culture pro
motes physical health j for the process of
voice expansion strengthens the throat
muscle?, enlarges the lungs and chest, re
moves bronchial coughs, cures incipient
consumption, destroys Hdhcsio.n of the
bronchial pipes and iluijg3 oue to the
truer, ana mvigorores me mucous mens-
braye of tke throat aud hardens it against J
the effects of cold.
If those in the profession of Eaw, Poli
tics, Theology -'-aud public speakers gen
erally, -could only realize how -much is
lst to them by j early neglect of tie
ropcrnlture of vocal music, they would
even in their adult years court that
potent auxiliary as ardently as .the-most
accomplished aud swccesifnl professional
singers do unremittingly. And could
many clergymen only feel Ihe effect which
their monotone nttcranee and dowright
repulsiveuess of voice hate on their hear
ers, they would not be i surprised tliat
their sermons exert soiittle power.! Vocal
nmsic culture is an lntaiiioie corrective
of and cure lor faulty elocution, wearing
vocal effort and ill modulated deliyejry.
Ah ! what a magnetic power there isin a
pure toned voice, and how effective nre
the words of distinct and musical utter
ancej They reach to the inmost recess of
the soul, touch the tendcrcst sympathies
of the heart, and nut on audience e ran
nort with and under full swav of a speak
. MT .A.
er of such tone culture. ! ' .
A correspondent of a tieorgia paper
writes from Washington that some laugh
ter has beeu created by Senator iWilliams'
grave statement, in his tariff speech, that
epsoln salts and castor oil are "articles of
priaie necessity. " j
The new air-line railroad between
Boston audKew York i' winch, is to go
strainht over vallevs a!nd through hills
not turning out for ixitis and towns'and
i erbssing no Toads at gride, hasbegnn to
i locate its line, beginniug at Dover, Mass
: Its estimated cost for- l.'ic first forty-four
1 iuile?? i $342,000. !
Cliaa. G. Mann, "M.-E.,'of High Point
was in the city last Monday,
bee Notice Wanted a-fine opening
for a god yonng man at Conrad Hill.
By reference to the advertising columns
it will be seen that the Stockholders of
the Nortb State Mining Company; ;vill
meet here on the 15tli of March. This is
likely to be a very, interesting meeting.
In Prof. Hanna's notes on i mines
lished in the Charlotte Observer, he states
that the Crowell mine is tin litigation.
This is an : error. The mine will most
likely sia rt to work wbetr spring' opens.
' Jj- 4 Gold Hill, i - VI "
,Wrork is progressing satisfactorily at
Gold Hill. .The water Jias been cleared
from the Bearnhardt sbaft-r3G0 teett and
workmen are employed, in I enlarging the
passages, and in retimbering.
They are sinking a shaft on a new; vein
-down 24 feet. The new vein is about
18 inches wide , and is of the same quality
as the rich ores formally taken from this
miue. They employ some ninety hands,
and Capt. Trcloar 'expresses himself as
satisfied sofar. f. ,
C TW mill heusc is up and tlie inacluncry
is being set iu place. This work would
have been completed befdfej, but.for the
weather and the impassible condition of
the roads. ,
IUNN'S MOUNTAIT MINE.
Improvement ami Progress under
the new Management.
A recent trip to this mine found every
rthing in full blast. 5Ir. J. D. Stewart,
C. E. has certainly created ft wonderful
change! in the appearance of the whole
scene.'"'' All the houses are whitewashed
aud arranged in a semicircle around the
crest of the Hill. The old dilapidated
1 02 cabin 8 have been removed and the
grounds cleared of rubbish.
The large mill house, 50x35 feet con
tains a new engine and boiler engine 50
horse and boiler 60 which is ample to
run 40 stamps. At present only ten
stamps are going, crushing about 15 tons
each 24 hours. They are preparing the
foundation for ten additional stamps. Ia
connection with these they are buildiug
three concentrators for. manipulating the
tailings--the castings for these have ar
The shaft nearest the mill house is
called the mill shaft, aud is 118 feet deep
From it they are , hoisting from IG to 1?
tons of ore per day. The pump shaft is
down 206 feet. A level is driven at IDC
feet toward the mill shaft and cuts the
vein at 206 feet, rising on the vein to in
tersect with mill shaft." The vein dips at
an angle of foi ty-tive degress. This ar
rangement throws open an immense body
of ore giving 80 feet of stoping ground
on the vein which is 6 feet wide. The
drifts from the mill shaft at 110 feet are
opened on the vein for nearly GOO fest
and from these the battery is fed by oue
set of hands 8 hour shifts. They have
iron cars that Jift two tons, and have -200
feet of track under and A'ZZ feet :ou the
surface, leading. to mill. i
tu or .Jv;f. d.;f- iirkitrtt mm I
i iid duii, wi 'iin.v- omul is il
, , , . .
ltl t Bi"uS at y il
dav aud through nuicUsaud at that
This shaft will cut antiier vein on the
opposite side'of the. branch from the
mill. It has been prospected to a depth
of forty feet for nearly 900 feet in length.
The vein at this depth is about 13 inches
wide brown ore. This shaft is equipped
with new boiler and hoist. The ore has
been assayed from several places the
average being $l3o.00. The Superin
tendent expects large returns from this
Hiiuci: anu tliey will oe milling tuu ore
within' the uext 30 days:
The improvements in I the whole ap
pearance of the place, the building f
seven new houses for employees and the
general business- manner in conducting
the work leads to two important conclu
sions : first, that
". THE MINE 18 FATING,
and that it' justifies the great additional
outlay which by theSray is now coming
back; and secondly, hat Mr. Stewart, the
Superintended, is the'jight man to han
dle the property. , He is hot a "fancy'
man, but the contrary, taking a deep in
terest in the work aud doing a great deal
of it himself. They employ in all some
0.7 laborers. Mr. James McCanless, is
the underground Captain, and betins in
dispensable to the work. Mr. Stewart is
practical, having had years of experience
in the- west, and Mr. McCanless was
raised, so to speak; in a mine. Another
evidence of their economy is that they
have arranged the larjre hoist to lilt ore
from both pump .and mill shafts, therc-
y greatly reducing expenses; and they
make every tool they ) need in fact are
prepared to do anything in wood and
iron except" casting. There are some
seventeen different buildings ou tire
property and all in good condition. The
mine is paying is a j success !. A thing
we are exceedingly glad to make kuown
Honest, prudent work is what our mines
February 12tb, in St4Stepheii's Chnrcb
Cabarrus, County, N. C, by Iter. W.
Kimball, Mr. F. A. K.: Smith aud Miss
Ellen H. Cress, bothlof Cabarrus countv.
D l ED.
At Gold Hill, Jan. 15th, 1882, Margaret
Galimore. in the 84 tb year of her age.
She haden a member of the M. Bap
tist church 15 years. C. P.
! At his home in Stanly, recently, Mr.
fhos. Biles, aged about 80 years.
IN PRIDES AT
Avar bound td sell out
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
Suits and Over-Coats, - Boots
WILL NOW SELL ALL MY
HaM Made Shoes at Cost !
CoobM see low
This is business.
North State Mining CoJl
The .annual! meeting of the Rtoclrholdofs
i , -, i ri . , r Mil
'of the orth State Mining Compauv willtc
held at the Office of the CVs.inmiv in SaH-'
bury, North Ciiroliua, on Wtdi.tsdav, March
15th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
! EDWIN H. 'MULFORD, j
18:4t 1 " Secretary;
WA$ITED""An experienced, capable
man, not less than years old, to taftej
charge of a mine store, i Must bc-&trictjyj
temperate and have the best f references.!
Salary f 000 a year without board. A n:p-
ried man without, children prcftnvd. Ald-
dress by mail, Jas. E. Clayton, j
McKee Po3t Office, Davidson Co., N. C! j
A PoDular Investment
SIX PER GENT GUARANTEED
Preferrea Railway Stoci.
OP taK CANTAl. STCM S OF THJS
Ciiciaaaii, Viriisia as! CaroMi
of the par value of iioo pf.r share, arc offered by th
unlersigaeu ai io per snare, wnu guarantee uyxr
Mt. TOAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YOKK, f
per cent per annum on said suliscrtirtkm prloo
lor years, payaoie Bcnu-anaa.jv, aaauar.r jiiim
Jwlj", at and by tiie s tld Mutual Trust Company in
.New xorK city, ana us agencies. . i
The Cincinnati. Vlrzlnla & Carollaa Hollroad, with
Its connections, will make an air Untrom Clncia-
nau to Charleston, south Carolina, starunsr ai
Wadesboro', North . Carolina, running north-west l
through Salisbury, Wiltesboro', and Jefferson, Ni
Carolina: throuch Marion. Ylrsrinla.-and nartn
through West Virginia to Charleston, Kanawha
County, making a line or sK) miles. The whole dJfe
tance through a section 01 in? country ncu in
cultural and mineral products, such as coal, iron,
copper, cotton, tobacco, corn and whfut. The gross
earnings of the road when finished will average over
ten thousand $lo,oi) dollars per mile. This will
jrlve gross earnings f three millions ($3,000,000)
dollars per ynar, w hich wlU yield large and remu
nerative dividends to the stockholders.
Subscriptions to the stoclt will be received at the
omce ot the Company, S9 Broadway, New York,;or
uy tne j,
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY,
ilS BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
Full information will be sent on application to the
A. J. RIG BY, C.E. a. a. MtrapnT, x. u.
B.IGBY & MUEPHY,
Hiisi aid CoistrnciiBi Mm,
78 axd 80 Broapway. t
Boom 49, NEW YORK.
Examine and report upon Mines. jp
Make Working Plans and Specificf(onf
for the construction of gold, and silver Mill,
or will enter into Contracts for the erectly of
tame. . , ; .
Mining jlachlnery and supplies purcjbgsgd
at lowest prices and prompt attention 'jpiTen
JOHN K Kl BY,l
II urn Point, If. p.
my 'Fall and Winter
AWD shoes, m,
tftey are Solfl.
j i i!
M. S. BROWN.
Horth j State Mm Company.
Kotiee i hereby given, that at a meeting
of the IJqarrl Oi Directors, held on the lith
dav of January, 1882, an assessment (No. 1)
of ten cents per share was levied upon the
capital stock! of the corporation, payable
immediately in current funds to the becre
tarv, at the office of the company in Salis
bury. North Carolina, or at the Branch of
fice" 52 Broadway, New York City.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall reniain unpaid on the 16th day of Feb
ruary, 1882, will be delinquent and will be
advertised as delinquent, and unless pay
ment is made, together with cost of adver
t iding, before Thursday the 9th day of March
1882. will bo forfeited to the company, to
get her with all previous payments, according
to the charter. .Ldwix li. Mulfoud,
15:3t ! ! Secretary
For Composting on hand, and for sale
by ' f Bernhardt Bko's
Kdition 1832. for ceueral information.
Penmanship, Social aud Business forms,
Book-IvePpl"S aud valuable tables for
! . I 'i . i
A. large lot empty Flour and Grain
sacks, bnlyiGi a piece at. A. Parker's.
A car load of Meal and Corn to arrive
at I i! A, Parker's.
Jusc received a lot of nice Market Bas
kets. chear. at A. Parker's.
To those Wanting to compost and
make their! own Fertilizers, I vrould say,
thaf my fishpply stock of ACID PHOS
PHATES and Cnemica) Supplies, vr ill be
larger and better than ever before offered
yoa. Will have several grades of Phos
phides and Composting, materials, rang
ing in prices from $4 to $10. per quantity
for making np one ton, which also in
cludes minted receipts, and formulas
with full and simple directions for making
and applying iu ahmje,
Office : Front room over" Crawford's
Hardware Store. l&4t. .
IJlstory of Rowon County,
I T RT 1. SOirLK - ' y
I Conies of this interesting book may be
hkd of Ti F. KlutTz, Theo. Bceubadm,
oj at the Watchman Office.
Eev d. Deems, of the Cliurch of the
Strangereiof New York, has accepted
the iuvitation of the societies of Wake
Forest, to deliver the annual address at
! ' i ...
the commencerneut in ,uue,
i FAIL TO
-f- I :
I have now in hand
With Cotton Seed,
This Acid Phosphate is
SOLD ON TIME
FOR COTTON, OR
GOLD & SILYER GRINDING &
HOWLAND'S PULVEEISEE takss the
And can be put up in one day ready for work ;
IT HAS BREN FULLY PROVED TESTED I : y -"
we constract Mills with stamps welgl ing from
Crushing M01 tars. S.utf. CircvV.r.
green, per bus .
dried, per lb....
.$ 75 9 $1.00
4 a ff
Corn new i...
Potatoes 1 rtsh, . .
OF REAL ESTATE:
Pnrcnont. to All order of the SiiDerior Court
of Rowan county to me directed, I will offer
for sale at public auction, at the uourt-nouse
- . . i ' 1
. door in the town 01 oansuurj,
On. Monday, 6th day of March,
A. D., 1882, at 12 o clock, M., ail tne iteai
estate lately owned by Burton Craige, dee'd.,
situated partly within and partly without
the corporate limits ot the town 01 oaus
bury, consisting of twenty-three acres, more
or less, on which is the residence formerly
occupied by said deceasedand his family.
g-This property is very vaiuauie, anu
will be dirided into lots to suit the conve
nience of purchasers. !
Terms of sale one-third of the purchase
monev to be paid in cash J one-third at the!
end of six months, and the balance at: the
end of nine months. Interest from day of
sale on deferred paymcnti,! Title reserved
until all the purchase money is paid.
MOSES L. HOLMES.
t AdmY. of Burton Craige, dee'd.
Salisbury, N. C
February 4th, 1882.
3 CT l1?'
1 l t. V,
and ready for sale
up to full standard.
J. D. GASKIIiL.
SFE It M , "
pkw 'of the cimbsrsoaid Staap Hill,
n wes-rns coiurieie i.wr pounds. Itrufi.wreadTfor
the Vk-u. Will crush one ton pr tour of bardJjuarlz that will
p:iss Ihrougli a 40-mehli screen. The wear t-Tiess thah in: th
lb wearing parts are plain- castlnjrs and can t
work in chaiges or waUnuoius. It Mir amalira- 1
uiiuv cRuti kmu ji ninrr res, niacin?- is a f.impie,
cheap and effectlvniHl ; It requires la-horse power
. Stamp Mills. Hock btTKLers, CruMUng Rolls, Amal
gamating Vans and Sepirators forfiold ajvd Silver
Or-, Ohloridlziog Vurnaces. Retorts, Rock Drills,
.Air Coiujiressor, Steel. Miociftni . I
Dies for stamps, and CTery-dPscrlpr
, - Hon of frames for Stamps; also ;
Improved Double '
With or WrrnotT Boti.ebs, WntB 1
orMakhxa RorKDBUifau !
B?" 'Specially adapted to Mining l
terms. ? .
150 to 900 lbs. for gold and silver ores, j Wei r Dry
yiiiter - y cir, cw
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RQYIAN COUNTY. BIOpUuv
W. H. Cone and O. A.- J. 8echler Adm'rs ot
C. A. Miller, PlianVf, r
Against - , I !"
Vance B. Miller, Luther 8-Miller, and Ka-1
tie C.MillenriJsn'to, ! ' T
In pursuance of a jadgmrnt of the Supe
rior Court, in the Mkjvc eijtitlcd cause, the ?
undersigned Commissioners appointed by
the Court will 6ell on thejremises, on ; i
M0OTAY 6th Day of March, 1882, h
to the hisrhcfst bidder, the following tracts
r parcels of land, situated in Rowan eoun- ,
ty : Une tract anjommg tne anu 1 nuiw
Bostian, JoFin Ketciiey, Aiargaret c.; iosi
and Jacob Setzer, containing H4J acres. T
One tract adjoumng the lands of ' Marga
ret C. Best, Mumford Wilhelm, Mary E.'
Hess and others, containing 110 acres, being
the land upon which Christina Miller, wid
ow of Henry Milleiy now lives, and-subject
to her dower. r - f 1 p
Also an undivided one-tbird interest in
tract of land at China fGrpve, adjoining
Frank l'atterson anu otners, containing one
acre, upon which is located a ginfcotsse: I
Also an undivided one-tialf interest! in a
certain tract of land situated in Rowan
county, adjoining the lands of W. ILjCone,
W. Kimbmli,. w. , 11. vveuo, vvasumgton
Sloop and G. A. J, Sechlcrcontaining 50
screa. - . . .' - i i - - ji .
TERMS of Sale One-third cash, one
third in six months, and balance in nine
months; purchaser"! give bond and secu
rity for the deferred payments, with inter
esf from 'date title retaiaed until Jhe pur
chase money is paid. j j r :
Dated, Januarv 20th, 1882. .' j i
W. U. Conk, i iY-V 3 :
SubpcrilM for Cari
Watt li man
only ? 1.50 j)r'yenr iij
uMliHniiiiUi pwauoB in a iw uom his. asBliown ly letters A,
Ii an JC no holts or keys are n .jum-'i ; n can be h urtbn tb
flnnr ff n mill with no expense for roHnrtations. nnrt ran heuflAd
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