"tTiuksDAY.; MAJICH 9, J 883.
- ; NKy TERMS.
From and after the 1st day, of Jan uary,
the subscription price of tlie natch-
will.be as follows : '
One Year, paia. in jwvaur t
payment delayed 12 months 2.50
See ad. sale of land in Burke
J. B. Watson advertises Mattress malt-
MINING ; IIJ TELLIGEN CE. '
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' T. K. BKUXEK MANAGER. !
DdniTs Mountain Shipped Monday,
Gtluinst. sixteen hundred and eighty
pennyweights of balli6n-5 days ran.
The assays from new rein in office shaft,
as follows : ayerage specimen, one han-
i dred and sixty-nine dollars per ton. Best
selected, specimen, four, hundred and
ninety-six dollars per ton. The Sap t,
Ponntr M,a determined to posh on I below vein,
A Castltf of the Knights of the Golden
BdTe is to be organized in this city in a
few days, -c :-' ' ' . .
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TheCeahty Commissioners have order-
the County records.
I ran levels and stope oat. It! will probably
be a month before they will I begin
milling the new pre. Ai new. section of
tram road has been built and the cars are
now damping ore on the! mill feed.
i North State Mining; Company.
The following 'described stock . is delin
quent on account of assessment number
One levied on theJicventecntli Day of Jan
uary, 1882, and in accordance with the
provisions of the Charter of the Company,
will be forfeited absolutely to the use of
the Company on Thursday the ninth day
of March, 1883. . ... .
No. of No. of
Certificate. ' -Shares.
! . a.22 to a.81 incl. W Brandreth, tr'st. 100
a.623 ; Geo Dver. 25
J J Quinlan, f
Win Brandreth, tr'st. -Geo
Wm Brandreth, tr'st;
Tins IS A FACT :
i a.653 Borden GAVUbor,
a.664-a.702 incl. Calvlnvf Cbwles,
, Thomasville Mining1 Notes.
Col. Wm. F. Beasley has just completed
a survey irom inomasviiie to tne anveri
L F Hubbard;
i jj jjavis, . j -G
O E Fitzgerald,
M. S. BROWN
.af. fr tim nrPrvtion of Valley Mine the, object being to build
fU. IWU IOI j,v - J I . . j.
The tenant house burnt last week on
the fimnof Mr. W. M. Barker, was, as wo
learn, done by the torch of an incendiary, ;
j: . ! O -r " 1
k nrntrra shouldered a plow from the
.xmAifi iw front of Smithdeal's hard-
wartfuhodse last -week,-
He now repents j
Mr. Jotin HAilig lias purchased Mr. T.
ErBrowti's iiiterest in the Li verly Stable.
tTa 'and Mr.; Verble will conduct the
business in future. . y
a road to be run in connection wiiu tuo
mine. "Ther say" it will bo built by
July of this year.;. The mine lain opera
tion, and is in a flourishing condition, j
Tbe Eureka mine, and the Lalor mine
are both in operation witn . gooa pros
pects, -v . -'v. ,'.'..".: f .
Several capitalists are making Thom
as ville7 headoaartersandf thinrs look
lively for the Spring. ! , ; I i
Several other mines will be put in active
operation very fioon altogether, - the
prospects for Thomasville! district seem
to be bright, and fhe miners are wearing
more pleasing countenances.
- a.983 -tFredE HunteV ; I t r 50
a.988liR AEUiot, ': iUl i 20
a.988- 1A PBultzs. ilrli U j. 120
Has Gone OSTORTH to BUY HIS
tt T rr 1 . U.m
HMRaney, t L
Crowell Gold Mininz
Company i . 36301
a.997. ! Copper Knob Mining '
. :Company?,t 85366
a.999 Nathan Allen, .
41 Wm Brandreth tr'str
81 to 73
stransre happenincrs of the
of note, was the appearance
a raait m Oar oihce looking lor a mis-
timbrella. ' He was perfectly
serious. 3 4
Mr. Sniithdeal is .fitting up an office at
"No, no hoisting works--not if I know
it You can fool away a good deal of good,
hard coin on hoisting works." How in the
deuce do you run tout mineT "On the
assessment plan, sir. That's the latest and
tie Operas House-under which he has I moJ' improTeu mciuou. u-
I .1 r 1 - A 1 Mn A
iii. j .: ii 1 1 u coou man 01 mo ionei. wuihiukb wo
. 00 , 0 I J ft J . 1 X i- t n
Tt is rninored that be will uou 6 neeu auJ worK1'? ei'Cd,k Wi'
pie men t si
onen a branch hardware house in Moores-
Tille, N. C.
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iTbe iiicific Guano advertised in anoth-
rxolunlh, by Mr. J. Allen Brown, is the
ii 1 . 1 1
same urauu nmt uo uas uecu uauunug
for the last 16 vears. Those who have
harfftofom honn-ht atill bnv.
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' Df. M. Whitehead has returned from
a trip north. .1 lie went on to nave nis
case looked into by the experts of ftew
York, Ileas been suflenng for some
time, as I our! citizens know.. lie comes
home in good spirits though not to any
y-:V I o -
t a-. . . ' j . !! Jl
nil iim: ri 11 liiiii.. 1 uu win nra lub
( time your subscription expires by exam
ining' the wrapper, or margin of this
week's paper. Allcwhotro in arrears'are
invited ; to pay up and begin with the
odfance rates. " It is economy to pay in
' advance.' "
-Oni last Friday
.3rd iust., goods to the amount of about
$1(K- were stolen from tlie store of T. M.
Phiterj neai Mount Vernon I?owan Coun
ty consisting of pant goods, prints,
sheeting, hats, shoes, cotton plaids, &c.
A suitable reward will be given for the
goods or the. apprehension of the thief
a man in Virginia at $60 a month to
superintend the location and write week
ly letters, and I stay in Sah Francisco in
my officeon Pine street, and levy the as
sessments every sixty daysj that's as
often as the law allows. I am the presi
dent, board of trustees, secretary, treaa
urer and everything more especially the
treasurer. Of course I draw salary for all
the offices, and when I get through draw
ing salaries I turn tlie teat over to the
a"cnt in Virginia to par off the hands.
By not, employing any hands, he saves
enough to pay himself. This is what I
call " scientific mining, ,' sir. You get the
silver out of . the pockets of j the stock
holders and leave the vast argentiferyus
and auriferous deposits in your claim for
your children, who can go right ahead
and develop the mine just as I soon as the
public quit putting up, which isn't at all
likely to happen. As long as the people
are being born in Nevada and California
my mine will ran on like a chronometer
clock.77 "But.11 6aid the Utah man, ymy
style of mining keeps lots of men at
work." "So does mine," quoth the Gold
en btate chap. ;"lhousands of men are
working night and day to pay the assess
raents. It keeps the country as busy as
a bee hive," and the speaker sauntered Jo
the telegraph office to order assessment
No. 36. Den vet News- ; , i 1 .
; There is great complaint of tlie mail
passing.throngh the Salisbury Post Office.
Wo hardly know to whom to complain,
unless we go to Washington. The Koute
Ageill Jand Postmaster, are ' so closely
alliedjHn the same nest f so to speak
that it must be fruitless to appeal to him
for a retification of the carelessness.
1 Mr J. Rhodes Browne, President oftfie
formerly; a resident of Salisbury while
the Cotton I Factory was in operation.
lie has bten a successful business man,
and . the position now 1 held by him as
President of the Georgia Home is only
eaa mft the ni!inv nnaitinna nf lmnm nnA
, j - - - w - w w
,tra8t held by him. Mr. J. Allen Brown
is.agexit of the Company here.
v ;Mr.J. Ml Clement of Davie County,
purchased last Monday, the house and
Ion.. 1 TT 1.1 T
ton Criliire. with the view, a. w lparn nf
occupying u. we hope- this is true.
.Vhileat will rob Davie of her most in
' huenttnl man, it will bean addition, of
iihporance to the professional and social
f circles of Salisbury. vOur people will
f gladlyl welcome this honorable and dis
ij tinguBhedTtizenln'oar midst.
Hazel Kikke. Thii perfect play,
perfectly presented, delighted the j au
dience which completely filled Tucker
Hall last evening, and by maay, if not
most, was adjudgeil the event of the
season. The play is aoove criticism, and
in its rendition by the Madison Square J431tol5J7
1 , 4i. - -n k r I l53ytol5oU
It is a sermon irom tne stage, ana yet
'lie to 131
134 to 146 , .
167 tO 182
: 221 to 233
239 to 241
249 to 258
265 to 279
281 to 283
294 to 297
299 to 323
349 to 353
355 to 370
511 to 570
581 to 610
612 to 640
643 to 650
657 to 660
751 to 794
796 to 845
850 to 852
859 to 853
864 to 866
868 to 872
874 to 878
881 to 886
883 to 895
909 to 915
926 to 933
949 to 956
964 to 965
971 to 983
989 to 991
994 to 995
1428 to 4:33
. do '
deep feeling and rollicking mirth go hand
in hand, and wci laugh whilo yet we weep
at the shifting panorama of the playj One
feels better after seeing; such a play as
Hazel Kirke, aBd is ready to add testi
mony to the fact that Jt has worthily won
its position in public favor. The orches
tral music was admirable, and the gen
eral taste shown by ; the management in
the presentation of boquets and souvenirs
is worthy of mention. New$ ft Observer.
Form the above notice of Hazel Kirke, I
as rendered in Raleiffb, we may promise
our people," a refined, and elegant ; play
and one which possesses a moral lesson
worthy of imitation. The Madison Square
Company will have a good attendance
here, Tuesday the 14th Inst.
'; Ti Third Creek Riot. This big
riot turned out, to be a small affair affair
after 111. j It seems that some negroes
Circulated: a slanderous story on
Joe Hdo.! , ne resented it, and all the
negroes - in the-. neighborhood seemed
inclinM to back up the slanderer. In
this.wiay several of the young men of the
place jsvere drawn into the "fuss." There
was ( ery little fighting done, and Mr.
Hyde I seems to have done that. He
finall shot load of bird shot?, at one of
' the darkies-ono No 8-taking effect in his
shoulder. A negro standing by returned
iue saiute Dy three shots troni a re
volver. ! I
.The whole part vexceptiue Hvdfr
Whereas certain slanderous reports have
been circulated, and a charge made that Rev.
A'. M. Brown, brutal; v whipped one of his
jUidents, viz: John A. Hoffman, and the re-
ports nave oeen 01 sucn & nature mat s meet
ing of the Church Council of Bethel Chuch
C J Cowles,
Jes D Ellis,
A A Fisk,
2321 to2322 i ,H E Fausliave,
2325to2332 G B Flint, ' '
F J Eppstein,
F T Eppstein,
H E Fausliave,
M A'Hoppock, tr'st
1641 to 644
I have now in hand and ready for sale
V f - .
1500 Will Sell you the entire Fall and Winter Stock
AT ACTUAL JEW YORK COST!
1 WILL NOW SELL ALL MY
Hand Made Shoes at Cost !
Finb Zeiqler Shoes at
3001 The annual meeting of the stockholders
2000 1 f the North State Mining Company will be
1000 1 neiu ai me urace 01 me company in oaiis-
800 1 Dury Worth Carolina, on Wednesday, Marcn
KM) 15th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
EDWIN H. MULFORD,
tSjT DONT FAIL TO
Come and see low Clieaj they are Solfl.
MEN'S HAND MADE SHOES,
M. S. BROWN,
State Milling Go. !
was called to investigate said charge, and af- 236602385. , Wm Brandreth,
ter hearing all that could be produced
Resolved, That we, the Church Council,
agree, that nnder the circumstances, and the
boy's resistance, Sthat he jdid not whip him
more than any one else would have done un
der such circumstances and that said' boy has
not sustained any damaged
Resolved Further. That these proceed
ings be published in the Salisbury papers.
I W. A, LiKXTZ, Cu, m.
A. Al. Crcex, i
D. A.Swink, M "
J. A. L. MitLEuj j
XV. G. Miixer, Sec
I A flr statement of the! Law by the Supt.
and a rehearsal df the testimony, the Commit
tee took Ihe mailer under consideration and
found a verdict ef "Not Guilty.", i
Resolved. That we the Committee have
were before Justice Murnhv-ilast Saturi full and unabating confidence in Mr. ! Brown
a teacher, thorouffhly competent to ondacl
a scnooit iuu r-j a viincLiaia, enwrmin wnoni
A 1 : 1 . x
term pf Rowan Court.
TO Rbls. Early Seed Iotatoes just re
ceiredrat Kluttz Kendleman'a.
we can conscientiously recommend to any com
munity ! W. A. LcENTZ, Sec 8: Com;
V2386 'N L Eawsorf.
2389 Wm Brandreth,
239Q -Wm Brandreth,
239lto2400 Peter Notman,
2401to2460 Wm Brandreth,
2462to2481 Wm Brandreth,
2582to2588 G B Flint,
2590to2593 do do
2600to2603 do do
2605to2611 do do
2612to2621 Wm Brandreth,
2623to2627 Lonis Seasongood,
2628to2647 J D Sprull,
2653to2657 W R Denslow,
2658to2667 M P Bestow,
2668to2698 Wm Brandreth, tr'st
a704to7ib j do do
2918to2931 do 1 do
2036to2960 do do
Etmtin II. Mdltord,
Office 52 Broadway New York.
. ; 200
' ' 800
VAHTEDAn 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 $000 a year without board. A mar
ried man without children preferred. Ad
dress by mail, Jas. E. Clayton,
McKee Post Office, Davidson Co., N. C.
A. jr. KIGBT, C. B. . J. 0. XVHTHT, X. X.
BIGB Y & MURPHY,
foil aii Construct! Engineer,
. 78 avd 80 Broadway.
Boom 49, JBEWYOBK.
Examine and report apod Mines.
Make Work in Plana aad Bnecifieatiens
for the censtrawtioa of Bold and tilrer Mills,
or will enter into Contractrfcr the erection of
ame. r if-
Mining Machinery and .snppliea purchased
at lowest prices and prompt attention given
Or address JOHN RIG BY,
49:9m:pd High Point, N. C
By the' Rev. R. L. Bown, at his resi
dence on the 23d of February. 1882, Mr.
William P. Arev, to Miss' Mary B. But-
ner. Both of this countyi'
On the 16th of February, at the resi
dence of I the bride's father; by the Bey.
Paul Barringcr, Mr. John P. Beaver and
and Miss Catharine A. Correll. All of
At thelresidenoe of Mr. Wm. G. Wat
son, Febl 16tht by Rev. R. W, Boyd, as
sisted by lib v. G. B. Wetmore, D.D., Mr.
Abner M. Rice and Miss Julia F. Lawrence.
Aspinwall Bannas at
Northern Apples at
!Valencid Oranges at
SCXXjXj'JS ' IVTTNrTTT,
Edition 1882, for general information
Penmanship. Social, and Business forms
Book-Keeping and valuable tables for
History of Xto;?ra.ri County,
BY KZV 9. VCMTUt
Copies of this interesting booh may be
had of T. r . KluTtz, Theo. Uuerbaum
or at the Watchman Office.
With Cotton Seed,
f t -J'
This Acid Phosphate is up to full standard.
SOLD ON TIME
FOR COTTON, OR CASH DOWN.
J. D. 6ASKILL.
si&iTus'AOTuaap.n o? .
GOLD & SILYER GRKDING & AMALGAMATING MACHINERY
HOLLAND'S PULVEEI2ES takes the plac3 of the cnmtersomeStamTi USU I
And can be put up in one day ready for work .
IT HAS BEEN FULLY PRO V JED & TESTED
weR? comPlt pounds. It costs $1.50flLpeadr for
the belt. WiU crush one ton per how of hard quaru mat win
pass through a 4d-me8h screen. The wear Is few than to tho
UunPmU Its wearing parta are plain castings and can be
dropped into position In a few moments, as shown by letters a!
B and C, no bolts pr keys are required fit can be set upon the
floor of a mill with no exoenae for fntinrtntinna ! r.nhli,.
to crush and work In charges or continuous. It
Stamp Mills, Rock Breakers,
MONEY SAYEDjsMONEY MADE
rJT"Does not every body know that where a man
has no house rent, nor store rent, nor clerks to hire,
he can sell low? Go to J. L. WRIGHT for cheap
such as Bacon, Lard, Sugar and Coffee, Molasses
and Syrups, Fish, Cheese, Crackers. Candles, Fruits.
60., 0. Sast Corner of Lee and Flshe streets.
Lewis Brown's lite residence. J.L. W RIGHT.
TUESDAY, MARCH 14TH.
MADISON SQUARE THEATRE
IN TILE GREAT COMEDY-DRAMA,
Josbna R. SerfasUa lawjerdndpromi-
l bui; politician, was arrested -lat Easton,
. PepnsylTaniaj on the chargo bf having
.j, corrupt) j prodtired tho-'. vote bf a Colored
J man kt the last presidential election.
rWlKE OFCARDU1V makwirmv cheeks
and Jplear romplexion8.f : J '
y ' A Thco, F. Kluttz's,
Thantsgfving services trere held inj
I Apples I
een, per bus .
led. per lb
Beeswax. . .
.9 79 ($1.00
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gkstlemak who-suflered for rears from I Beef.
mnof nf f ti aIi rt p1iaa in n rrl t n 1 Sanilavl m VaraAlli HcHTI fTT To4-r kmmi-m rtrfv I COTTOK
tor tne yaeen's escape irom an assassin's I , " . ; . Miaunw..
u it t e -i 1 ' & j ior me sake oisaneringnnmanny, send Tree to
bullet. Special prayers were offered in au who need it, the recipe and direction for
the Jewish synagogues, and atthe Catho- J making the simple remedy bj which he was
U. M.odral in ? TTonoinfrfnii ftr fh i cored, butlerers wishuijr.to profit by the ad
renisers experience can uo so oj aaaressing jn
perfect confidence. JOHN B. OGDEK.
20:ly M Cedar SU New York.
$1.09 a $1.25
Queen1 preservation, j
. A trial nackaee of " BLACK-DRAUGHT w
(rce of charge ! ,i . i e S
41 4 eo. J? ivmius,
Subscribe for Carolina Watchman
onljr $1.50 jjr ear iu advance.
i'i luuur .......
rota toes J-lrtsli,. .
Wheat, .1.. .
Ne&rlv 1.500 Conseeniiwe Repreoen-
tations Throughout the United StateS
Tie LONGEST RUN n RECORD
TUB GREATEST PLAT,
TUB ORKATEST BUCUJfiSS,
THE WHOLE WORLD ELECTRIFIED.
THEATRES PACKKJJ TO Tills uuviw.
SUPERB METROPOLITAN CAST.
GOES HOME TO EVERY HEART.
Seats can be secured at T. P. KLUTTZ'S.
Bessrved Beats $L00t Admission 75cts.
MATTRESS &BP0M FACTORY!
NATIONAL HOTEL BUILDIhu,
SALISBURY, N. C.
I am now manof acta ring Mattresses cheaper than
ever known beforej TPrtces, $3.50, 54. oo, $4.50
$s.00, $s.00 and $7.00, according to size, quality of
tinbincr a nr fllllnir.
pillows. Bolsters, Ticking for same, and Feather
Ticks made to order. Feathers furnished, or chang
ed Irom old ticks to new.
Old Mattresses Repaired.
Measure or bedstead must be sent with order,
also size ot pillows defclred.
Confidential prices tor Mattresses to wholesale
dealers. Corrceponacnce soucuea.
Broom corn will be made up on shares, or for
mFoMnformatlon call at Dinning Room, National
Hotel, or address J, B. W ATHON.
f Refer to any of the business men of Salisbury.
pamaUn? Pans and Separators for Go;
cheap and .effectlTe mill ; It requires ishorse power
rs, crushing Rolls, AmaU -in
for Gold and Rlivp
Furnaces. Retnrbi. Rnnir rtriiia
Air Compressors. Steel Shoes and
Dies for Stamps, and erery descrip
tion of Frames for Stamps ; also
" or ;
With on Without Boimrs, Wiu
oa Manilla RorX'DacMS.
X3T Specially adapted to Mining In-
We construct Mills with Stamps weighing from 860 to too lbs. lot gold and sllrer ores. Wtt er Dry
Send for Ctreuitir,
Warerooms 92 and 94 Idtcrty Street, Nework,
From to-day wo will commence reducing our
LARGE FALL STOCK OF GOODS
A T PRICES-TO SUIT EVERYBODY? :.. . '
CLOTHING AND SHOES
Will bo sold regardless of cost. Just received a lot of i
Foster's patent lace kid gloves;'!
In Black and Colors. If yoa want 4
Now is tlie time to got it.
We havo a largo line of Fresh Saniiles Snpcr Ectr
and Tli roe-Ply to select from. ' 'j
JONES, McCUBBINS & UU.
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0 Sf OTIS PAJK
S"? SEED STORE
To every man's doorv If our
SEEDS are not sold In your
?own. drop usa Postal Card for
Handsome Illustrated Catalogue
Address D. LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia,
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