THURSDAY7 MARCH 2. 1882.
FAni and after the 1st day of Jannary,
IfjM the subscription price of the H atcn-
fcfwm oe as iomowb:
Oae fear, paid in advance,
f " payment delayed 3 months, 2,00
payment delayed 12 mouths 2.50
Wheat is looking well ia this County
rather forward, it is feared.
cfirence Scott, a lad, had his hand shot
while drawing a load from a gnu.
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- Tie Hook & Ladder Company meets
Monday night, March 6th, at 7 o'clock.
James W Sumple, is suffering from
a brfdsed hand occasioned by the acci
dental falling of a window sash.
bd. In this eeunty on the 20th Feb.
Charles Hartmanf! aged about 65
anil Addison again call your
! attention to their celebrand brand of fer
: tilers. Mr. J. Allen Brown, their agent,
i is prepared to furnish you all the goods
. yenlnay desire in this line.
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Af Success. See Meroney's adverise
men of bis new Washing Machine, and
then see the Machine in operation. Mr.
Meroney, who knows a good deal about
machinery of all kinds, .thinks he has a
valuable thing. We have seen it at work
and have o doubt of its merits, especial
ly inhere the washing to be done is large
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Sheriff Baker of Ashe county was here
Tuesday night with two prisoners for
tbe pen both white. While on his way
to tjbis place, one of them slipped his
hand out of the bracelets, jumped out of
tbe wagon and made bis escape. The
Sheriff gathered a few men together, and
offered an l,X" for his capture. In the
ceurjse of a few hours the fugitive was
again safely on his way to Raleigh.
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A;Hrrcii. A number of citizens having
claims against the town and desiring to
use them in payment of Town taxes, are
hindered by the delay of the Finance
Committee to examine and pass upon
them. Meanwhile t lie tax -collector is
hiudered in his work and the hitch is be
coming an annoyance. I
T. K. BRITNER MANAGER.
Union Gold and Copper Mine,
Situate iu the extreme eastern part of
this county on the line of Rowan and
Cabarrus, is reported sold to a Northern
Company. The mine has been opened
to a depth of 150 feet. The ore is e a
slaty quartz, carrying; brown ore, and
sulphurets and carbonate of copper. It is
a. valuable property and we hope the Tel-
port of its sale will be confirmed.
Capt. James McCanless showed us last
Monday rnoraiug four buttons and ene
bar ef bullion, the result of last weeks
work at the mine. The aggregate weight
ef the five pieces was twenty .one hun
dred pennyweights the bulKpn
a percentage of eopper. The yield is
exceeding the expectations of
Mr. McCanless also informed as
vein in the Sice shaft had been cut
feet. Vein 18 inches wide and exceeding
rich. Mr. Stewart the Superintendent, is
in fine spirits over if and says he now
has a bonanza that will yield at least a
hundred dollars a ton. He has forwarded
tjpecimens for assay, the result of which
we hope to publish next week,
North State Mining Company.
The following described stock is delin
quent on account of assessment Number
One levied on the Seventeenth Day of Jan
uary, J 882, and in accordance with-the
provisions of the Charter of the Company,
will be forfeited absolutely to the use of
the Comp'anv on Thursday the ninth day
of March, 1883.
No. of No. of
Certificate. I Shore.
a.22 to a.81 inch W Brand reth, tr'st.
a.623 Geo Dyer, !
a.628 J J Quinlan.
a.629 Nathan Allen.
a.63d Wm Brandreth, tr'st
a.633 Geo Dyer,
a.646 Wm Brandreth, tr'st.
a.653- J Jordan fnibor.
a.664-a.702 inch Calvin 4 Cowles,
a.70 ) L F Hubbard,
a.711 J F Davis,
aJM3 G W Longstaff,
a.727. O E Fitzsrerald,
81 to 75
83 to 51
H D Tewksbery, 500
H M Raney, 500
CroweU Gold Mining
Ely Howard, 200
Nathan Allen, 200
Wm Brandreth tr'st. 100
The. town is infected with stage struck
yeutb, since the organization of the
Salisbury Amateurs, there have been or
ganized two minstrel companies, and still
another dramatic association is about
to tyf organized. One is forcibly remin
ded of the minstrels by the coustaut rat
tle of the 'bones" on the streetB.
C. C. Krider,
week, that his
, of Rob-
teeth in her
Cutting Teeth. Mr.
told bs one evening last
wife's grand mother, Mrs.
ersoa County, is cutting
ninety-first, year. It is not a very com
mon incident, though we notice that a
Mr. Ellas De Puy, of New York is cutting
his tliird set in his ninety-fifth year.
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i Vaccine Virus. Persons ordering vac
cine matter should be careful to- ob
tain it from perfectly reliable sources.
The. present great demand for it has
tiruhlated the cupidity of men in the
cities who are less careful than they
Should be in selecting it, and often
either a werthlessor a dangerous article
has been sent out.
At his homo near Mt. Pleasant, Cabar
rus jcp., on Sunday the 19th .Feb., Mr.
Moses Bakrikr, after a short illness
front paralysis, iu the 75th Year of his
lift! The deceased left a large family,
ten sous and four daughters, and numer-
ous friends both in Cabarrus aqd Rowan ,
te mourn the death of a highly esteemed
citizen and father. He Was a vigorous
and. successful man in business affairs,
and his death is a public loss to the
peofle in 4the neighborhood in which
r i 0 :
; Last Saturday was an exceptional day
iu te business circles of Salisbury. For
the irst time iu some weeks the streets
werf full of people some tradiug and
sonfs loafing. As is usual on such oc-
casns some must get drunk, and when
peole get drunk.the "Cops" that's the
city nams commonly known in country
as police are kept .busy. It afforded
som amusement to the bystanders laet
Saturday when policeman Pool rolled up
one tof the streets a cart of drunk. The
smafl boy immediately set his brain to
worc and brought out this poetical ele-
"ft made us boys laugh and yell ! J
uF "Cop" jelling a cart of drank.
Hp handled it so carefully well !
JWe thought he had a load of junk."
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PkOFAHITT ON TUB STREETS. Some
Aw white boys, and a great many color
ed men. have made themselves answera
ble to the law for cursing on the streets.
Thete are certain places in town, ou Sat t
nrday generally, where a lady dare not
.J unless she is willing to run the
ganltletof profanity which is horrid
, enough: to shock a man. A great -deal oi
complaint is made of this practice and
we qall to it the attention of the police.
Wei hope they will station themselves
sufficiently near to overtake some of these
jprofaaers aud tarn them over to the
Wtlkorities. Several arrests and fines
Will go far to cure thin discnaceful habit
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r-epecially its indulgence on the public
'!L3& healtb- Ami ,,aHb'ei for l8dies
" w,Nfc OF CARDtll "
At Tl to. J . I I,
In answer to numerous enquiries we
will state that the Nqrtlr State Milling
Company own iu fee the Crowell Gold
Mine, with S40 acres auriferous lands,
and a plant of Machinery in Stanly
County ; tho Copper nob Mine with
land aud Machinery,-njnd Helton Creek
and Poison Branch iron ore beds of mag
netic irou iu Ashe County.
While speaking of the Company, will
state in this connection that Mr. Brand
reth has been interviewed by the Daily
Stock Report of New Y0rk, and in answer
to the question : "What is the company
doing about its railroad rights ?" Said :
The company projected a line of rail
way last summer, but could not place
their bonds because of the objections made
by baukers to auy Tseciurity issued byi
mining company. They therefore have
made contracts with, a railway company
that will give through connection to Cin
cinnati, Ohio, or Charleston, South Caro
lina, and tne .North .Mate will receive
$2,500,000 in stock of the railway com
pany, which 'stock, will be divided among
the North State shareholders.
Q. What was the object of tbe assess
ment just levied ?
A. To provide funds for the erection of
reduction works at the copper mine,
aud the prosecution pt the general work
of the company.
Q. Does tho company intend working
their iron mines ?
A. They do, and they expect this com
ing summer to erect one or-more furnaces.
So soon as thirty-five! miles of railway
are built, the company will have con
nection with the seaboard over the Nor
folk & Western R. LI. They will then
erect rolliug mills, and will hare the
contract to furnislL the rails for the Cin
cinnati, Virginia &n Carolina Railway
Q. What will be the cost of making
iron at the company s iron lands.
A. I do not know-much about iron
working, but t is stated that charcoal iron
can be made for $ 12.75 per ton.
Q. Can your magnetic iron ore be sold
readily without working it?
A. Yes. All we can ship.
Q. When do you think the company
can begin the payment of dividends.
A. That is haid to tell ; we shall make
a dividend of the railroad stock that we
are to receive, so soon as wcget it, and
if the ore holds that we' now have at the
copper mine, we should pay dividends
soon after tho reduction works are ruu
ning. After-4he M5 miles railway are built
we shohld be able to pay from 5 to 8 per
cent, a year on our capital from the iron.
Q. you seem to feel confident of the
future of the company
A. Well 1 do feel : confident, having
been over the ground, and knowing what
the company has, I have great faith in
;i t 'idda. do
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116 to 131
134 to 146
154 to 165
167 to 182
205 to 219
221 to 233
239 to 241'
249 to 258
265 to 279
281 to 283
294 to 297
299 to 323
346 to 353
355 to 370
511 to 570
581 to 610
6L2 to 640
657 to 660
751 to 794
796 to 845
850 to 852
859 to 858
861 to 866
868 to 872
874 to 878
881 to 886
888 to 895
909 to 915
926 to 933
949 to 956
964 to 965
971 to 983
989 to 991
994 to 995
Test for Ciold.
Mil I in 161 o
THIS IS A FACT
M. S, BROWN
Has Gone FORTH to
i t rcfd
"1 fia i vTr
I have now in hand and ready for sale ' , th
pNj fill I 'U-
b . mat
Will Sell you the entire Fall and Winter Stock
AT ACTUAL NEW YORK COST !
WILL NOW SELL ALL MY
Hand Made Shoes at Cost !
Fine Zeiqler Shoes
g" DON'T FAIL TO
Cone ai see low Ctieap they are Soli
MEN'S HAND MADE
This is business.
to $5.50. ;,
M. S. BROWN.
North State Mining Co. !
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the North State Mining Company will be
held at the Office of the Company in Salis
bury, Nort h Carolina, on Wednesday, March
15th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
EDWIN H. MULFORD,
WANTED""'1 experienced, capable
man, not less than 25 years old, to take
charge of a mine store. Must be strictly
temperate and have the best of references.
Salary $600 a year without board. A mar
ried man without children preferred. Ad
dress by mail, Jab. E. Clayton,
McKee Post Office, Davidson Co., N. C. ,
There is a ai sapid method of the deUc-
finn nf ttciMK in nnari ttrrifa mn wliinli
is not generally described ia the miner-1 fSJMi 3S. 50il 97m
logical text books. It is an adaptation ef 2096to2120
the wel lknown amalgamation process, and 1 2122to2129
serves to detect very minnte traces f
Place the finely powdered and roasted
mineral in a test tube, add water and a
single drop of mercury ; close the test
tube with the thumb,; and shake thor
oughly And for some time. Decant the
water, add more aud decant repeatedly,
thus washing -the drop of mercury nutil
it is perfectly clean. The drop of mer-
cary contains any gold that may have
been present. It is therefore placed in a
small porcelain capsule and heated uutil
the inercury.ls volatilized, and the resi
due of gold is left in the bottom of the
capsnle. This residue may be tested
either by dissolving in aqua regis and
obtaining the pnrple o( Cassias with pro-
tochloride of tin, or b taking up with a
fragment of moist filter paper, aud then
fusing to a globule on charcoal in the
It is being shown that gold is ran
more universally distributed than was
formerly supposed. It has recently been
found in Fulton and Saratoga counties,
ISew York, where it occurs pyrites. It
has also been discovered in the xrravel
of Chester .creek, at Lenni, Delaware
county, .Pa. Ia one of the Virginia gold
mines wonderful richness is . reported,
$100,000 worth of pure gold having been
taken from a space of three square
feet. Scientific American.
After the action of the Senate yester
day in parsing the bjll to retire Gen.
Grant with the rank of General no man
need question the potency of his name.
The Senate was literally dulldozed into
the support of a measure which a large
majority of its members did not approve.
Upon its own merits it never .would have
passed. Vah. Foatr Dcm.
C J Cowles,
Jos D Ellis,
A A Fisk,
G B Flint,
F J Eppstein,
F J Eppstein,
II E Fa a shave,
M A II op nock, tr'st.
2361to2362 Wm Brandreth,
2.6to2385 .,W Jeandreh, ,v
2386 N L Law sou,
2389 Wm Brandreth,
i;5X Wm Rnm rrth. -
239lto2400 Peter Notman,
2401to2460 Wm Brandreth,
2462to2481 Wm Brandreth,
2582to2588 G B Flint,
2590to2598 do de
2G00to2603 do do
2(05to2611 do do
26i2to2621 Wm Bcandxethi
2623to2627 Louis Seasongood.
2628to2647 i D Sprull,
2653to2657 W R Denslow.
2658to2667 M P Bestow,
2668to2698 Wm Brandreth, tr'st
2704to2716 do do
2918to2931 do do
236to2960 do do
Edwix U. Mulford,
Office 52 Broadway New York. f I
A.J. KIGBY, C. I.
1. O. MCRPHY, E. M.
Mininn and Constroctina; Eiiiiieers,
.Wkft Cotton Seed,
STABLE & other
t n a '-
TMs-Acid Phosphate is up to fall standard.
SOLD ON TIME m
FOR COTTON, OR CASH. DQWN. g
Northern Apples at
Boneless Codfish at
M ORE Y&SPERRY,
GOLD & fSHYIB GRINDING i AMALGAMATING JACEINIRY
HOLLAND'S PULVEEI2BE takes the clace of the crrmbarso-na Sterna v?ii
Ji . ' m . a . A i i W
Edition 1882, for general information.
Penmanship, Social and Business forms,
Book-Keeping, and valuable tables for
History oTRowwu Ceuuty,
IT RET 1. RCUri.U
Conies of this ioterestine book mat beJ
had of T. PJ K li t rz, Thko. Bukrbacm ,
or at the Watchman Omce.
78 and 89
Examine and report upon Mines.
Make Working Plans and Specifications
for the construction of gold and silver Mills,
or will enter into Contracts for the erection of
Mining Machinery and supplies purchased
at lowest prices and prompt attention given
Or addresg JOHN RIGBY,
49:9oi:pd High Poikt, N. C.
By the Rev. R. L. Bown, At his resi
dence on the 23d of February, 1882, Mr.
William P. Arey, to Miss Mary B. But
ner. Both of this county.
On the lCth of February, at the resi
dence of the bride's father, by the Rev.
Paul Barringer, Mr. John P. Bearer and
and Miss Catharine A. Correll. All of
At the residence of Mr. Wm. G. Wat
son, Feb. 16th, by Rev. R. W. Beyd, as
sisted by Rev. G. B. Wetmore, D.D., Mr.
Abner M. Rice and Miss Julia F. Lawrence.
MONEY SAVED MONEY MADE
nr-Poes not every body know that where a man
has bo house rent, nox store rent, nor clerks to tore,
O 10 J. L. WHIG
he ca a sell low? Go
such as Bacon, Lard, Sugar
HT for cheap
Bfcl H mm fiSwL. fPjgjjfefl
We const met mils with Stamps weighing from 350 to 900 lbs.
iyrnd J9T Crrevlnr.
J. D. GASKILJ
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And can be put up ia one day ready for work
IT HAS BFEN FULLY PROVKD t TESTED
It weighs complete 7.000 pounla. It ci rm h
WlU erusfi one ton S snSfSffiffSSRS
pass through a 40-mesh screen. The wear Is te tT Tii
stamp mill. Its wearing parts are. plain casnnS? n'SS
dropp. into posiuon tn a few momnusV ahio hfferS
B aud C, no bolts or keys are required Ht eonte t 1
floor of a mill with no expense for iamVTmASkJSi
to crash and wnrir in ohomg 5n osesea
mate either gpia or silver ores, maklog It a 800
cheap and effective mill ; it ittlresis.horsewi
Stamp Mills, ttook BreakersTonlshlri thmL aZL
gainaling Pans andTenarato fS i&il?vi
ores, Chlorldlzlng ; Furnaces, Retort K?k imiS
nr?rtlamp8; nd descrip
tion of Frames for Stamps; also
With or Without Bon.mts, ' Wibb
or Ukilu. Borxfiiimfs.
kfMctauy ttdtfjited to Mining In -
" trrettt. im
for gold and silver ores.
Warerooms 92 and 94 Liberty Street, NewYork:
and Syrups, Fish, Chsse, Crackers, Candles, Fruits,
&c.,cc. East corner or Le
Lewis Brownl late residence.
aid Flnher streets.
TUESDAY, MARCH 14TH.
MADISON SQUARE THEATRE
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AGkstleman ffhu suffered for years tragi
Nervous Debility. Pbematcre DeCIy.
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, Mil
for the sake of suffering humanity, send freeto
all who need it. the recipe and direction for
making the simple remedy bv which he wai
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit bv tbe ad
vertisers experience can do so by addressing in
perfect confidence. JOHN B. OGDEN,
2hly Cedar St New York.
Subscribe for Carolina Watchman
only$1.5(Tir year iu advaucc. ;
Avtles Wholesale. Retail.
green, per bus ... .$ 75 d $1.00 $1.09 a$l.S5
dried, per lb 4a. S a 7
hog round, 12 Q 14 a 15
Butter, 20 c 2S 25
Beeswax. ... to a 21
Blackberries, 9 10
GoodMlddUng,.... 11 11H
MWUng,.... ....... 10 lox
Stained,.... 8 $
Corn new..., 0 5 l.oc a l.io
Meal, loc 1.15 a ljo
Coffee, 14 a is
Chickens...... 14 1 15 a po
Eggs, : IS 15 15 a 80
Flour, 3.5C f- 3.75 3.75 a 4.00
Hay 1 50 (4 85
Lard.........i. 18 14 15 a 16
Pork........ J S A 10 11 a IS
Potatoes Irish...... 80 4 90 loo a 1.20
do sweet. so i.oo i.oo a i io:
Wue.it ....... l.co g 1.75
IW THE GREAT COMEDY-DRAMA,
?'earlv 1.500 Consecutive Re
tatioos Throughout the United
The LONGEST RUN- ill RECORD
THE GREATEST PLAY,
THE GREATEST SUCCESS,
BRltLI ANT OVATIONS.
THE WHOLE WORLD ELECTRIFIED.
THEATRES PACKED TO THE DOORS.
SUPERB METROPOLITAN CAST,
GOES HOME TO EVERY HEART.
..Seats can be secured at T. F. KLUTTZ'S.
Esserved Seats $1.00. Admission 75cts.
Urh H.I vert iser liav i ne been permanent ly cured
of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple
remedy 8 anxious to make known to nw leiiow
aiifl'proVn th means of cure. To all who desire
it, he writ send a copy of the prescription umrd,
(free of ehargej.wiw ineairecuonn lotrjir
ing and wing the same, which tbey will find a
sure CURE for Coughs, Colus, Cossumptiow,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ska
Parties wishing tbe Prescription, will pleme
address, Rev. K. A. WILSON, 194, Pena St.,
Williamburgh, N. 20tly
MORTGAGE SALE NOTICES
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
From to-dar we will commence rednciujt our
LARGE FALL STOCK OF GOODS
AT PRICES TO SUIT EVBRYLODY.
CLOTHING AND SHOES
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Will be sold regnrdlest of cost. Just received a lot of
POSTER'S PATENT LACE KID GLOVES
Iu Black and Colors. If you waut a
WH er Dry
Now is the time to got it. We have a large line of Fresh Samples Super Exit
aud Tlireo-PJy to select from.
JONES, McCUBBINS & CO.
THE UNITED STATES MAIL
rincs CCI? CTADB
a iSEfiBjr B Vila.
To every man's door. If our
SEEDS are not sold In your
wn, dropusa Postal Card for
Handsome Illustrated Catalogue
and Prices. Adwress D.LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia,