i-A,,.-ja H 1 . J- f " -t"-?'! M'-',l',m BV nn i n innni awiwn n tini nw hiiimh i m U
How I Jollies arc Blade.
:rri. Unnf-infnri nf it ass DOUies is
LU, s!mnU fn iiselMbODBlf for the
t li.i.U;n ArfinAWtcreaf'skill is
c eflOired, JThe; finest bottles now I
WnWn. a thev were in the
yrliest days of bottle-making, with-
ont tne use 01 a rauuw, mc w-w-.
- - nn nnuiri i
... . .. . , v. ' 11 t.u:
land forminff it intokanapc oy uviuiu&
Sit in various positions while expand-
1l:JL;i W h!mff ?ihllhe tube,
.1'LlS I -bokfH yng ;rresir9
I Generally however, bottles are made
T I with the use ot i a mouia in wnicn
plass isbownbccatise tn.thi3way
time ana JawJnarftiraejt sy may 1
aaid that all the! bottles, and jars,
I -to An common use and made in the I
J United States are blown in moulds,
i I Occasionally bottles will sho
i j on; j the side wherpyt
V j I mould coraetogefher
S ware battles are blown.-) The mould
"lis usually made of iron, aild is iu.two
ipattaiich.' arihjnged,! andjean be
t opened Vahd cJosd instantly. fpr
ijnaKing iuo Bmaucr jwuwiw ?i
JxequiM to; open and shut the mould
J as requirea, -
-For larger bottles, the parts which
hinedat t thebotMBl are closed
m on iim ail 31 1 v . -1 v 11 1 1 . 1 iiitiw 1.11
" ,r ' ni.,w -RW,
4: ,J ,s . .
I Vvaa a fivn iwrsnni nri rpnifirfiii in
I the oneraUon of fbottfe making, -in
1 the case Yheretlhe LeTor: is employed,!
p to, gather the molten glass on the end
of the blow pipe, one to blow tne
I bnttle and shane it to the mould, and
1 a third to nisi lM ilcclJ I aai mouth
land correct any dtftcts in form. Af-
icr-'th'emoutli is : finished," the bottle!
fis taken to the anneal ug. lurnace,
I where it is placed flmMan, which
in iue luriii ui a vjuaiu, mi
I drawn slowly through ajloog, ho
e ml i-'Zfi-M tr. i 1 1 .
Ital oven, c W lien the pan arrives at
j the opposite end of the oven, its load
i of bottles is removed, and it is re-
k turned to the mouth of I the oven to
I receive a new load.
1 lie lmrhngton Jiaickcyes lecription
j fif tho iudeponCitaidijilate deserves to
he pernctaatsd. Beftig defeated irf con-
I JJ i. 77i-T.;, -Wi.- -U,i,i,.,.t
.:. , JT I J
V feels the Jhrill of indejnendence in his
FTCinSr antiy Yiewswun aiaio'ana -HIV-
r.T iw.k 'n.wii.JA,.'i.n'.i M;'a s,i".
' being performed by simply gathering land Road as they may deem consis-
ia1 irooer iqurntity of molten gss tent with Che interests of the com
i r ;iai proper vHV? ? r rr, rr -tiV 1 r r ; r t f ? f ? f -'
. rllllllll L11U W . I ' I I
f l.vO.-. everlasting dsxf-
t'!-1 ' i lights ticked clear'put of him at thq polls
:j and then sits down and Grieves over the
apathy of th people wheu their dearest
interests, oi jiymcU his e'ec
! . tire in 16037' ; f- ;
ion is chiefest
i f i The Color and .Lustre.of Tbuth are resto
j cd to faded or gray hair Ly4he use of Par.
ker's Hair Bajsahr, a hariulessj dressing high
, ! jy esieemeu lor its penunie anu p'an;y.
I il.i..M ? ... "7 - .
1 1 ! .
1 ii , v i.Ti'i'jiiiiiirin vi r 1 1
iff- .?': .-IVi,. til ! i I"
W. ' - i i AMMONT A TKD
f;'V;r!.'.'l! ' j 1 f -- r u . j ;
!: - ' ; " B I 11 If 111! Ill r
- i ; ' f jf . 4 ri of Standard Fertilizer on hand arid ready for delivery, it
i i - i: ; rT. .".iV , 5? omuuaiu wu given umrersai sattsiaction lor 20 years, dt
I ' V i t IS aUUlJtteu lO-lie bCRt in I1S Pomnna aicliinf fv ...111 r . "'.. - V
f y-" r oiucrwise so mat we can; place their names on Our-Books which will en-
surechvery when called for. Salisbury, Feb. 15, 1882, i " "
14 ivn TL.'i.l ... I J ' . , . ' i MdcUBBINS & BEALlJr
nnr? hn - lws asl U8t.
2 r. -r-- -m rihi vC jr"B JL-r r
Ah) vx vi h ; I V . r-i
. liiwrnt -aha'nv.ir all trf.i 1 i wulAJ"
Xl i"kc;e anl CLainik)n Mowfrs and Keapcrs.
--r i ii -. v.. :i-v... ' .
W. ' f' ruuM ne iorwaru
j p.r-irn ju.' t wLat I (say. 1 Jan, 1st, rss.
: E &. ; jfit
. -nelar Sefi&tjwrz ami If msa !(-.- -t . 1 v jr-i,n eeca fitters
Tiio:na3'Ifaf a!teV "OJSUrfil U ,,v f ri. ilrl'. 5. 1ncM WJT ffrisi
:' .i i.t f.wiK .i'" '5 Ji.Lm4(
T?i nnniial meetius 01 tnebiuoiv-
l.olders of tlie' Virginia -iMicllandll.
lonem in a cauwu w,
0f February, the following resolution
was introtlucqd and adopted :
Mr. Doole of pichmond, mtro-
duced a resolution! requesting u.e
board of directors to give, such mate-
n f w r i ii iiiji lii w
iiai ,v. 7-
' i-i tr..l,i1 f f hp North I
irresiueui, woipwujv. , l
Cardinai Midland j Railroad u
that the work should be) resumed," '
and thatfthc Virginia Midland should
take official and Irrevocable- action-in
support of the North Carolina Road ;
tor, lie ;gaia, mere u
that the!change in the Virginia. Mid-
tana jsauroau pw ifc'r
Carolina! Road put in the j cold, and
until the Virginia Midland .Company
acted and the JNortji yaroiina mia-
6Criptions of $47,000 had been made f
and 125,000 orth of, work done.
ge assured Tthej stockholders rthere 1 1
; would be no sori of. risk : fprb'afekedl!
Dy me j v irgiui uuuu vumu;
and its coadjutors, the North Caroli-
na Miaianu couiu pusu on aiiu i
care of itselC
) tIia rpsnlnfion-waa adonted.R' l
LI : " - j:- h - J r
j ' - '
VfHEfiGE C6MES THE UNBOUNDED :
I- nnnm iditv fit -a I
1 "T -
AUCOCk'S j ?QIQV&. Plasters ?
Because theyhave proved themselves
They wm cure asthma,
. , . , .
I nnlrls nnllirho pllfllimltlCm noil ri I fTl
. - ! . ' , '
nd any local pains.
Applied to the small ot the back
they are infallible iii.Back-Ache, Ner-
yous Debility, and : all Kidney trou-!
ble. tQ the pH of thc
ie stomach they!
, gure D g and
l ver orapiaijit.
painless, fragralit, and quick to curew
Beware of imitations that blister and
Get ALLCOCK'S, the only
Genuine Porus Plaster.
I fF6 ff,f7li Q8liV5 PTI VPS
the adyertiserhavirig l?cen permanently cure
if lhat dread dweafee, Oanjaimptiosn, by a simpl
remeuy.w anxious to make known toJna leUoW
I silflf rTn f hi me.TTia nr fnr- IVmll w hrxiacirp
0, he will send a copy of the prescription used,
I free 01 cnarge;,wun ine uireciions lor prepar-
! n and iismgnhe same, which they will find a
Asthma, Bboxchitis, &c. .
Parties wishing the Prescription, will please
"ey " "f 5:e.nu cu
Notice To Creditors!
. All persons havfng claims against the es
tate of Joseph; Mitler, deceased, are hereby
notified to exhibit the 'same to the under
signed before the; 23d day of February,
1883. This 21st 4ay?of February, 1882.
j Tobias Milieu, ) Executors of
Alfked Milleb. ( Joseph Miller.
- . - e --"' "
urucrs 10 oi ourselvesvill have promk
V'"VIVU W Ull VA'lil
try Mrrcbnntsi 1 alao iffer
at the lolloKtng low prices:
I have the sole Agency for the following named ma-
7 sG.-" -i- rri CSi-'
Fa vorite and Dexter Cora SbcUera. i:
v s. uu"jry uarnessi. ' L
j' i J ' - i , .
aim wtti... ah iship., Ai , fc . V
w a seam nand (s incornnrated into the system,! 1
xneuueri;aa- 1 pany couia ao noiuiug. - iw
i Uiijlfc -"i.
,.i 4- ftl
, ; r - . ! v T I, i
: .-.-: -
IRQ?. ftlRTl-! 1882.
1 i !
- J , : f T 7 rf- ,
don't fail to call on J. P. KOSS for
THK BEST FERTItlZERS. IlE HAS A BUITLY
kow ox hakO.
Feb. 7th, 1883 j
H. ... iiioiiniiiinc" MAHE PHEAP
finjrfiiai CW o Jlto6er
0f 4 Q00, Insurance for One
- Year (March 1, 1879, to
JfCA 1, IbeUK -
First-Class, aged 18 to 30; years. . .$17 00
40 " 4
45 " 50
50 " 55
'Everybody wants ft, but very few get it,
because most pebplo do not know how to
select coffee, of it is epoiled in the itjastinar
ormakiuj?. Toi obviate these difficulties
has been our sMy. Thm-ber's. package
ijonees are sciecwju uy au eiperi wuu uir
tiers tan ds the art of blending various fla
vors. They ara roasted in the most perfect
manner (It is impossible to ' roast: well in
small quantities), then pui in pound jpack
agfcS (in the bear, not ground,) bearing our
signature as a. guarautea of genuineness,
and cach"packig6 contains the Thurber
recipe for making good Coffee. , We
pack two kinds, Thurber'a 4l2fo.i 34, "
strong and pulgenti Thurbers "No: 41,"
mild and rich.; One or the other will
suit every taste. They have the. three
groat points, cpcxJ quality, Tioesi quan
tUy, reasonable pr tee.' Asfc your Qrocer
for Tiiurber'8 roasted Oojfee in jiound pack-
' ages, "No. 84V or "N6: 41." Do not be put
oU with any othipr kfnd-rpur own palato
will tell you what is best.
Whore persons" desire it we also furnish
,the "IdeaV ColTee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot 'fn existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep themL
Ask for descriptive circular.
- H.K.&F.B.fHURBER & OO
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York. ;
iSvAs tho largest dealers iafpod pro
ducts in the worid, we consider it our in
terest to manufaicturo only pure and whole
some goods andi pack them In a tidy and
Satisfactory manno. Alt ood bearing
our naino'aro guaranteed to be of superior
' quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
ore aathorlzod to refund tho puVehaso
price in any casb wherb customers have
cause for dissatisfaction. ' It is therefore
. to the interest' of both dealers and con
sumers to usa Tkurber'8 brand.
. fc; . . ' ' - - i
: -0axvsii ..
Inritea vouf attenlio- to- his shop, opiosite
Mayer's Office. Repairing neatly and prompt
ly done. : All grades of goods made to order
Oct. lst,'81:tf. ! ;
KEKBCRAIQE, L. II. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
SiLISBUKY. X. C.
BC 43 T fenslness bow before the public. You can
al I make money luster ot work for us than at
an thirty else. Capital not needed. Wo will start
you. $12 a day and; upwards made at borne by the
industrious. Men, women, boys and rts wanted
everywhere to wortf for us. Kow Is the time. 4'ou
ean work In spare lime only or grtve your whole
time to the business. Ybu can live at home and do
the work. No other business will pay you nearly as
welL No one can fall to make enormous pay bv
engaging- at once. ! Costly outllt and terms free.
H;aey maue last, easily and honcrably. Address
- v ; trcb & Co., Augusta, Maine.
RUlAMil OATS !
A Spring Oats and
RUST-jRR O O FH
Wonderfully pUlific "Will yield as high
as from 75 to 150 bushels to the acre, and
one pound has produced as mucli. as five
iushels. These oats grow; from to 3 feet
in he ight. In fact, they are said to be sn-
"For sa!o at
' Drujr Store.
" M ORTG A G K S A LE NOTICES
i'OU SALE kx THIS OFFICE-
- M7 I
'1 AT niCHHOEJD PRICES,
I AT Jno. H. Enniss,
FIRE ill SALiSeURY!
I Tins, to state that all the old seeds
that rwere remaining on hand were destroy
ed by fire on the 1st of November last.
Now i hare" on liand Iresu ana reliable
Beodf from Lnndrcth, Ferry, Johnson &
rJ: ti'l 'j rt:l o:ui. f
KODPins, JJUlSt anu mrniu oiuicj.
At JKO. H. ENNISS.
! (FORMULA FREE.)
Ingredients will be furnished so that
yon may make
YOUR 0W1T GUANO
cost; you Three-Fourths less than what you
pay I for other Guano's, and which will
yield as full returns. For Sale At
OIiOVSR c Grass Seed
At Richmond prices at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
Letter and Fools Cap Papers
! . at reduced prices, at !
ZB.' Vance. V. IT. Bailey.
:i. ' 1 1 X ?-l O 1- , fi - T 3 T r- 1
ATTORKSY3 AND COUNSELLORS,
J. , . . CHAIiLOTTE, N. C.
Practice in Snr-rctre ("curt of the United
States, Supreme Court of North Carolina,
redeta C oiirtp, and (. utilities of Mccklenburc,
Cabarrus, Union, Gseton, Kowan and David
son. ; C..Oiiice, two doors east of Indent n-
dence Square. 33:tf
SWA Pi ti o &wmt?A
Is made from a Simnle TroDical Leaf of Rare
Value.and lsa POSITIVE remedy for all the
diseases that cause pales In the lower part of the
nouy ior Torpid uvep ueauaenes Jaundice
Dizabess, (iriv:l, Molarla, and all difnculjtlea of the
Kianey, uvor. ana M.tnary organs. Fort FEMALE
O I SEAS E S Monthly Menstruations, and durtmr
Pregnancy, it has no equal. It restores the organs
tnatSHoic tne blood, and hence is the bent BLOOD
PURIFIER, it la the only known remedy tthat cures
BRIGHT'S DISEASE. For Diabetes, use WARS-
ER'SSAFK DIABETES CUKK. I
For Sale by Drurrist3 and Dealers at Ql.QS
per bottle. Largest botto In the market Try it. i
M H. WARNER & CO. kochkstkk. .
POWELLS PREPARED CHEMICALS
&10 a Farmer can tuy a FORMTJIA
For P1--(5 20 lbs) of POWELL'S
TKIs ,'when nixed at home, makes OnoTon
of SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE, equal i
plant-life aod as. certain of successful crop
production as many high priced Phosphates.
MO' EXTRA No trouble to mix
IH J EXPENSE. I Full directions.
' Powell's Chemicals have been thoroughly
tried, give universal satisfaction, and we offer
leading farmers in every State as reference..
Send for Pamphlet. Beware .of imitations.
Brown Chemical Co
Manufacturers of Baltimore,
Powell's Tip Top Bone Fertil
izer. Priceonly $35 Ton.net cash.
Bone Meal. Dissolved Bone.
And all hih-grade Fertilizing Materials.
ZEAJ ers In place oi Irou Bitters.) April i3
Wis continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc, for the United States,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc Wo
fcave had tbirty-fivo years' experience.
Patents obtained tnroucrU us are noticed In the 8CI
rvrmo Avmcxx. This large and splendid illus
trated Teekl y paper, $ 3 . 2 O a year, shows the Progress
of Science, is very interesting, and has an enormous
cireutetion. Address MUNN & CO, Patent Solid-
jure, jruu s. oi bCIKATIrm AMERICAS, 37 Park RoW.
Hand boolt about Patents free.
COTTON JL GRAINS.
Still nnder tt'cmtrl of iu old Pro-
v r !. -: :i . er-.:
Is Issued rrerj Thursdaj afternoon at
the reduced rates
of $1.50 In AdTance.
Persons delaying payment thrc months
will be required to' pay $2 per rear de
liQ iog to the end of tho year, $2.50.
THE WATCHMAN IS
Tie Best AWsins Mm at
this point,!having the largest circulation
iu this aud adjoining Counties.
of every class done promptly and in the
best style at very low rates.
REV. JETHRO RUMPLE.
W till kT a few copies of tbit valua
ble littU ookf vbiob should bo possessed
hj ererj citizeo nhm fla a pride in thc
historj and character f Old Rowan.
Send for a copj before it ia too.lato.
:a fa ra t r fca II3 H
(Next door below J. D. JUcNecltfs Stove)
Where: will' be found s
Full eiMs' aii Froipt Delivery
,IS HY MOTTO.
I'w'ani-5 Co buy.: Fat - Cattle
''land Sheep.. . : '
:U. L. Bi
r ' T X... hifw
, drake, i- Stillingia, . mi
inanyot tne dcsk bku
dnes known are com
bined ia Parker's Ginger
Tonic, Into a medicine
of such varied powers, as
to make It the greatest
Plnl Pmi(i and me '
n.t nal th KtreHfft'
n , Sleeplessness, & cueaess
-. - " - - Tjtnf livers Rjnnev.
i - Bittort, Ginger Essences
Irwr. K-mt fJl ia mian Lb CevCT illtOXlCP.tfft, XliSCOOC
1 ,. . c i rs. .T-.ll.a-
A 4:1 y. Daoehy.
coot Stoves of all sizes and styles always on
hand at lowest prices. ffMake a specialty of tlie
ACORN COOK STOVES, the best in the
Wprld. -A flrsi-clas3 stock ol Tin and Granite
Iron Ware. , .
TIN AND COPPER 8MITHUJG.
AUJfinds oi IIouse-Eooflns and Guttering done on
short notice and in the Dest style.
, We keep constantly on hand a complete stock ot
Siiect-Tin, sneet-iron anu su(n;oprK.r, wnicn we
ner ror sale cneap. aia bin
-Come to the Front!
W:A. E AGLI
BOOT, SHOE & GAITER MAKEB,
,- orrosiTE esniss dri;6 stoke.
All Work Strictly First Class
Having had sixteen years exjerTtiice in the
buainePF, I am prepared TO PLEASE the
EASE AUD ELEGANCE OF FIT
my work can not bevexcelled.
Ef?L,All material of the best and finest grade.
EA11 work done in the latest sty Its and
Gents Fine Vrik a Specialty.
Ready-made work of the best quality always
on hand for sale. Attention piven to FANCY
WORK and ('hanipioiT'RixToe Work.
Repairing Neatly riSd l'mnrptly done at
moderate, prices. BSatiHfaclion naran
teed or no charge.gj Orders bymnil
43:ly" WK. A. EAGLE. '.
WESTERN IT. C. Railroad
Takes effect Sunday July IT, 1SR1, at 4.15, P. M.
Li La La
ARBIYE. I.KAVK. STATIONS. A It KITE. LEAVE.
1 120 a.m 8:Ui.sbury 4 30 a.m
12 08a.m Third Creek 3 34
12 so Llmwood 3 us
1 52 statesTllle 2 42 -
1 40 Catawba 1 41
2 2S Newton 12 43
4l Conova 122s
SOT illckory 1157p.m 7 50
S45 - (card ni3
4 23 Morganton 10 29
445 Glenn Alpine to 02
5 00 m-ldirewatcr 9 45
5 41 Marion 8ft
28 oidVort tier
6 3T T.')? a.m Henry Tit:
75T .v Bl'k Mountain 6 27;
814 Cooper's COT
829 Swa.nnanoa 5 49
860 Asheville Ju'ct 5 27
9 00 Ashevllle 511 ;
9 43 I French Broad .415p.n;
6 09 A.M.
5,oo;A.M. Sallsbury . 1
iThlrd Creek !
2 43 .
! 1 M)
112 25: .
j 1C0 never
10 40j Heard
! Morgan ton
j .Glen Alpine
i -Old Fort -
ill 31 A
i 9 40'
1 1 50
12 31 A M.
6 34 a.m.
! - ?Blk .Mountain;
6 B0 r.MvCooper's !
! Ashevllle JntJ
6 50 P X.
4 00 A.M.
"Trains run dally. Sundays excepted.
A. B.ANDREWS, Gen. Snpt
Hortb Caroliia, Davifison CcMii
In The Sufehiok Court January Special
. rr s .-k -v "
W. J. Loflin, Adm'r, &c. of
Thos. P. Allen, PVjff. I
F. D. Lookabill et ah
At a Special Term of the Superior Cmirf
held for the Countv of Davirisnn tt flirt
Court House in Lexington, on the 9th dav
oi January, lows, ti; lion. Aug. S. Seymour,
Julge presiding: It appearing to the satis
faction of thc Court, that Henry E. Wylde,
late of the State of New York, was the pur-
cnaser 01 me lands described in the plead
ings herein, heretofore sold by the plaintiff,
under an order of this court, is-dead, it ia
Ordered ' that publication of a notice to
Elizabeth Wylde, executrix of the saidjlen
ry E Wylde. and to the h eirs nt' law nf
the said Henry. E. Wylde, to appear at the
next term of the Superior Court of Darid-
soiiyounty,to be noiden at the Court House
in Lexington, on the 1st Monday of March
1883, and comply with the bhl
tator and ancestor and take title deed, or
their claim w ill be conshWi-ii cnmm,iJ.;i
1 be published once a week for six successive
Ttt'AAtfi in IT. .
" Carolina v atciiman, a news
pa per published in the7th Judicial District
- ; AUG. 8. SEYMOUR, Judc
S1 Term iu 7th Jud. Dbt. .
r F. C. Rouiaxs, i ...
.bbco. II. Weleo,. A;"29 15:8 w
I will mail (free) the recipe for a Mmt.ToTv
. . i. 1 . . . . . til rn J ? 1 EG.!
ia is Liis UAiiSutuavwiu reuioye x AN, r JEEcir
PiM pi. aud iiuh-ciiiM, leavins Uie Im .
clear and beautiful also! instruct ions (bpij,,
cing a luxuriart growth of hair on a bail
or Rmooln lace. Adaress, inclosing 3 c r;.
BEN. VANDELF & Co.,l2BarclaTSt W
.2.:.. , -fj ' v- .20:1 y i ' T i
R0VAH COUFITY, V RI(11.
C. C. Kinder. AdmVof Rosanna 8. Cartnw:
Fredrick Gartner and others, Heirs at Lk"
Petition to Sell Land for Assets. I f
It appearing to the Court that the lic?j
at law of Mary ciker, dee'd, (their nainai
being unknown to the plaintiff),, the
at law orXJatharine Boston; (theirl names'
being unknown to the plaintiff), the htir
at lawot Margaret Hock, decTd, (their nania
being unknown to the plaintiff), and Hen,
ry Cartner, Sarah Emberson; John Ember,
son, Da?id Davault and wife Susan,- WjsjJ;
!ngton Cartner,John Hartman and wife Sally'
defendants in this cause, reside beVonr!fi;2
iimus 01 tueoiaiu, xi is tnereiore ordercil
luai jjuuhvouwii uiauct ior six SUCCesite
weeks in the "Carolina Watchman," flotifj
ing tho said defendants' and all the fcpiri
at law of Rosanna S Cartner whose nsmes '
m:ijr uc uuwiuiui tu hk; piamun, to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Rnvan county, at the Court lion
in Salisbury, onor bcre Monday the 7th
day of March, 1882, and answer thd torn.
plaint of the plaintiff,' a, copy of which ir
aepositea in tne mceoi i the superior Court
clerk for said county, and that if they fail to
answer the -ld complaint, the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded
ie the complaint. .
This 2d day of February, 1S82. ; ,: "I
' J. M. HOltAII, Clerk ,
7:6w So p'r Court Rowan County.;
(inRTH nanni ink i i tDE sc
' RflWAM nni!MTY.i J KI0R Cocet. 1
am w .. w . .
W. H. Cone and G. A. J. Scchler Adm'rs ot
C. A. Miller, PllanVfs, n j -j
' ' - . Against 'I , )
Vance B. Miller, Luther SMiller, aii E. i
tieJD. Jliller, DefertU. , - !
In pursuarice of a judgment of the Sope
rior Court, in.the abdve entitled cause; the
undersigned 1 Commissioners, arpointed bj :
the Court will sell oa the premises, on ;
MONDAY 6th Day of March, 1882, r
to. the Tiigheljidder, the following (tracts i
or parcehs-of landsituated in Rowan conn-1
ty : One tract adjoining the lands of TVnite
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and Jacob Setzer, containing 144acr(?B.
One tract adjovjning the lands of lEarga
ret C. Best, M urn ford "Wilhelm, Mary E.
iies.s ana otne.rs, containing 1 iu acres, being
the land upon wltich Christina Miller wid-
ow of Henry MiHer, now lives, and subject;!
to her dower. ' 1
Also an undivided one-third Interest in a i
tract of land aChmar Groveadjoiiiins :
Frank Patterson and others, containing one
ucri--, upui wiuen is tocareu a -gin nouse.v
Also an undivided one half interest ia a
certain tract of land situated in liowan
co.unt.Vjjidjoiniiig the iands'of.W. II. Cone,
V. Kimbxili; W. II. Webb, Washington
Sloop and G. A. J. Sechlcr, containing 50
acres. - - j
TE11MS of Sale One-third cash,; one
third in six months, and balance in ijime
months; purchaser to give bond and 'scgu-'
ritv for the deferred payments, with inter
est from date title retained until the pur
cliasc money is paid. .
Dated, January 20th, 1882.
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Surratt Strangled; Davis Reconstructed;
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Oxford, N. C.
The next fesfiion of this' school will icS'
the second Monday in January . !
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ce for making' nioney that are offereJ. J57
become wealthy, while taose who do bo )
snch chances remain In poverty. We w140!,, is
men, Women, boys and girSs to work for us
their own localities. Aiiy e can do the j Cj
perly from the first startJ the bunngrt
moretlian ten times ohllnary wages. "-iuK
outtit furnished Ireej No on who engaf?t
make money rapidly Ym .ean-devot
time to the work, or onl v yoursare mooieni
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