page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
' i' i'
1 3 ' '
-4) -: , -
.S3 i '
t. j :
S : .
" i " - f-i
. 11 . . i : " " i I
1. J A EAmsay.;..
5. Jl Mcintosh.:.:.
-U.J Q A Bryau
W p w
V . ..
5. WH KeUer.,..
8. O. H. Perry......
J A Clarke......
i JO W W Mott. .... .
11. RF Simon ton.. -
,Tlie trliole amoant being, . . . . .$210
AnA tu nffirlAvit slimed bv Dr. Mott ia
that tUe abore U in all respeiU Jat and
trnc. and that the disharseiueuts charged
were made in px' fidth, nod tlii ab
iitract Waa sworn ! to bj the inevitable
''Clarke. :, ""'-i - : .1 's' 1 " !i
- Some tronble seem to hate come op
nbont these' matters for, on he 21st daj
-f SepWmber, 1874, more than a year af
nrardft. Dr. MottSMreara to indorwa!ds
rq amended return, in whichfie ' leaves
wot Kestler altogether, pots H T Mott m
Ms stead at the cost of $332.97, and leaves
ffR F Simonton,1 and cnls d0wn the pay
Hhe otTiers go thai notwithstanding the
jnirodnctio of H T Mott theeiitire-"sam
tisborsed foots op enly $1B318, and
tbt is swdtn to as "being in jalt respects
Jat ntl true, and that the disbursements
xhargeil were made' in good fjiith." '
We give the evidence before the com
mittee. On the other baud,! we under
stand that Dr. Mott vsays be never got
;ioy money from the government on Jhe
Abstract of ronchers, rst sorn to by
Siim. That is not material fur our iur-
'noftA. ' t ' - f . X "I
We merely seek to turn on the light
upon tue way tue v esiern .ue veu u war
irlct has been managed. It is a matter
ii 'which the people are interested. The
tevenne officers are public servants and
lliey deal with public affairs.
Th0 otlierlday lye'gaye thelpnrport of
. Wjne or tne testupony : taKcni weiore uie
Vance committee In reirard t theWes-
tflrn Internal Ke venue Districts, From
that it anneared that the crovernmeut bu
siness np there was managed jvery loose
ly in 1873, At that time it fseemr mat
Dr. Mott had but ten person on his
par-roll! That he made the affidavit
ttt tlie end of each quarter for three
soccessive Quarters that! he 1 had
paid ono W H Kestler the sum off $375
per n Garter: that the disbursements
charged were made in good faith ; and he
.filed Kestjer's account for eaich quarter
and Kesler's receipt for each Quarter, and
Kestlera affidavit that the services were
faithfully rendered and were proper and
necessary, whereas Kestler had rendered
no accounts and performed no services.
pp these pay-rolls the name of II Y Mott
aid not appear. Yet, more, than a year
afterwards Dr, Mott njaqe on( an amend
ed pay-roll for these quarters j leaving out
Ke8tfer's name entirely, and knocking off
paore than one-third in amount, to wuicli
pew returns the Doctor made! his affida
vit iust as be did before, "that the dis-
boi semen U charged were in good faith
bat the ameuded return bears the name
H pf II Y Mott as deputy, with pay at
f $.y7 far the quarter, lliere were on
ly ten persons on the roll, and if H Y
Mott was in the employment of the gov
ernment in 1873. why did notjthe returns
then filed and sworn to so stale f Kesler
was not in the employment of the gov
ernment, aud jet bis name is ion the pay
Voll made at the time, In September,
1874. an amended return for these quar
ters is filed in which Kestler is dropped
and II Y Mott is put on, as hiving been
one of those chosen ten. Another name
pn the original return. R F Simonton is
also dropped entirely in the amended re-
: mm, :m ;
This shows that names were at tliat
time pat on the roll without! regard to
the fact that the men performed no ser
Vice for the government. Coming down
now to 1880, what do we find! Take
the case of James II. Harris, the colored
nominee of the "Liberal party" for the
legislature in Wake.county.
f The vouchers on file show tmt he filed
his account as a special deputy collector
of the 6th district for the month of Sep
tember, charging and receiving $125 for
his services for that month, lie makes
affidavit that he was employedj each day
ef that month except Sundays Each
deputy collector before he can be paid
has to answer certain questions under
oath. Ilarnn, in these answers, said that
be made no lists of special tlax-pay tvs ;
that he rendered np collection j that he
had no division j that he had po district
and made no inspections; hit that he
Vrenlered all reports required of him."
Deputies are required to keen a diary of
the official transactions for each working
day of the mouth. Here is tytrris'- djary
for September, 1880;
V 'September 1 to September B at Salis
I September 7, went to Gold Hill and re
mained there. ".
, September 8, remained at Gold Hill.
September y, remained at Gold Hill. '
i September 10, from Gold Hill to Oak
i y- September Jl, remained at Oakland.
, September 13, from Oakland t Con
cord; X ' " j "
"X September 14, remained at Concord,
feptember 15, remained at Concord,
eptember 16, from Concordlq 01in,N.
' C. w """'I-
September 17. from Olin to Bethanv.
September 18, from Beth any ito Trout-
man s. j "
September. 20, from Troutman!s to Am
Uy llill, i u
SeptemberiiIfrom Amity Ilil to Hart's
Church. J r'.V
r Sontember'SS, from Hart's Church to
; Wallace's Store. ' - "
September 23, from Wallqcejs Store to
lonn Aiaynew's. j . , j-
V? September 24, from Mayhew?s to Math
i is1 Grove. i '
? aeptemocr, from Mathisl Grove to
September 27, from Denver to Lewi 3-
i TJUe. :;. .- ) .
A Sepjember 28, to Lincoln ton!
fcenteuiber 2U, from Lincoluton to New
ton. " f
beptember 30, from Newton to Ilicto-
. . No mileago npr expenses allowed.
Service performed as" apeqar depntv
collector n thp discliarge of official- du
ties in exposing nd detecting frabds on
tnternal revenue laws of the United
Plates.".-:--"' : !
- - We happep to find in An old exchange
a list of Hairis appoluttpentsl from Sep
tember 23rd 'to September 30th, We
' print tliem below, remarking that Mott's
throve is (tonutlesH the -same tas Mulliis
u rove, ana iwiaville the eaiqe as Lowest
: ;' As.; n. nABnis pcblic sprakixg.
Wallace's Store, Itowao county, Thors-
pay, oeprerooer t, - '
v John Mayhews, Iredell coniy, Friday
September 24. I ' ' I
Motrs Grove, Catawba county Satur
' urday. September 25. ' - i ,
i Lowes ville, JUlncolu county J Tuesday.
September 2S. T I j ".
Lincluton, Lincoln couutyi Wednes-
. day Settmber 29, L -'
- i r . . . -. -- i i -- - i
Newtoi), Catawba ' county Thursday, I
orpicuiu. v-. r,;,ir Hp.
Hickory, uatawoa couujF, vjw
tobcr 1."; ' -i j '
Turning to the testimony pt u. .ai.
Balkley,! taken .by. tne comuiiuc
la?tel T.m TTanU was
. .-n ...Mimaraf. A: No- sir.
online iifi i . ,
I do not j that is tne nm 1 ever y
ltQ w as he not there in the district
pretending to do workt-I don't know.
1 Jaw him at the office j don't know; what
his business was. v " .
Q. You never saw uim aoing any
Hci work jl A. I saw him lu the office. - -0.
Yod never saw him doing any; om-
cial dotyjf A. I saw him in tnere wru-
n. Uiqyon ever ucar w u "r .N
if official duty to perform ? A. ro, sir.
litical speeches around there in thatcatn
t isRiif A. Jim Harris is ; geuer-
1 1 lilt YUU'i cai wi io -" o J
".r . ; l,;nfT
ally on tne stump wueu uhj iwmiw
is going pn.. ! . t
i wiiprft niu ne sneaiw iu man ivuu
trtLV I don't know, sir ; 1 can remember
r Kim snnnkinif in different places,
VI HlUf i w Cy " m
once or fwice, a iuiu, m ,v.
there ; I.doif t know of bnt one or , iwu
onioiiea itlisit T licnrd him make in the
diatriet. i I suppose he made fifty, but 1
dou't know. I know of a conplo of times
i ifwk!r.lose to towu : all 1 rememoer.
Comment is unnecessary. ;
Carolina Watchman. .
THUKSDAY, AUGUST 3; 1682.
Democratic State Ticket.
TOR &EPBESESTATIYE XT LARGE:
SPEN- TYLER BENNETT, of Anson.
F0i SUPREME COURT JCPOE :
THbMASRUFFINj of Orange.
FOR JUDGES : '
1st Disj-JAMES E SHEPHERD.
id D is-i-FREDERICK PHILIPS.
3d Dis.j-ALLMAND A. McKOY.
4th Disj JAMES 6. MacRAE.
5 th Disj JOHN A. GILMER.
6th bis! WILLIAM M. SHIPP.
Tlie funeral of the bourbon bosses, who
run the ! present machine system of poli
tics, will j take place at the Court House
in Mnrrmntnn on Saturday. August tne
5th 1882.1 Gen.-Tbos. u. ciingman nons
JflirtPA M. Leach. O.i H. Dockery ana
Cliarles Price will speak, the burial wil
take place next November. Burlie Blade,
Within! the last twelve months the
IilaAtt was reckoned to be as sound a
democratic paper as any in the State
The above paragraph shows that a com
plete change has taken place. The 'Jbour
boi bosses, who run the present machine
system of politics,n &c, is strange lan
guage frotn a pen which was 'so recently
devoted j to the men and politics it now
sneers at hud denounces.
; Let us! suppose that tne editor was
honestly j mistaken about the character
and politics of the men of tne democratic
party through all the years thatjie acted
iith nudj adructcd them, and that his
- : . 1 - a. - L
present position is uue 10 toe euect 01 new
liglit and knowledge npon a mind
that is constrained to preferand obey the
truth. Would it be natural reasonable
and creditable to the head and heart o
the man, to turn upon his old associates
and faith after a sudden conversion, with
such language and in the spirit charac
terizing the above lines T
No onefcan aay that it wonld.
But let ins suppose another case : That
le Jof the! Democratic 'Blade dreamed
that there;, was to be a new cast of the
lolitical character of the State? That
there wefe prominent democrats ready
and willing to desert their moorings and
annch out in a grand effort to Mahonke
he j State. He Raw that President
Arthur was zealously in favor of it, and
thai he slapped Wm. Johnston and Chas.
rice on the buck and said i to them, yon
are the ! men the very boys to do the
work go it ! go it strong, and the sin
ews of . war shall not bo Jacking. Aud
m mediately thereafter, ho beheld in
. . ' ...
vision a, new party with banners and,
musio arising as from the very earth,
headed bj- the venerable Wm. Johnson
with' the-ipruco Charles Price flanking
the col untu. The heavens echoed with
the; music, aud the banners floated in a
breeze loaded with all the sweets of
uu lysinm surpassing imagination. He
glanced an eye up and down the Column
and with some degree of amazement per
ceived thai the men were all black. But
just then Mr. Arthur's presence arrested
an involuntary exclamation besrinninir
with 4my I godn who said to him Vthese
, 1 - - -?- O
are all our wards. Thev nr irood 1a.
dietit' felloVs, and always vole our ticket.
It is a capital foundatiou ou which to
oniiq up a;new politicjU party and see "
Uireetniii! flns attentiou to another imint
'Uhey arje coming in the right men for
tne woi Ki" and just; then Charles R.
clasped hd hmd, ahd the veuferable Tom
viiiifciinu,! wuu iiiieateiieu ott wings
with a grajie Vine if they, failed to coiuo
np to theiiuark of secession : and James
M.iLt-ach, who was never known to bo
relied on i
left out ;
any case in which Leach was
and a few other white men,
KatiAtkityfph among them. At the sight
of I these the Peniocratie Blade lost its
lustre and its edge: but its' weildpp'irua
overwheletued with a pleasTnc amaxe.
Just then lie Dr. Mott and 250
ted revenue officers flash upon the scene
with loug silken purses 'dauglinir from
the horns: pf their saddles, and the "yel
low boys' r plain Ij visible through the in
tereticies thtreof. The chief rode up to him
u jitci.mm oiiicK imrse, caparisoned
wijh silvlr aud gofd wpnTitings, and said
IU jexquisitiy 'blaud tones, Make, hand
mei that BLide." He feiie it a few wi..a
across his boot and' handr it lui.t tn'iU
i the reaiark it's very good
on our sic
the hue and let the . f.irwi falll
e and you will never recit it."
Thereupoii the dream ended. Whether
the inspiration of. snch a dream could
prod n co the change aiindedto ana natur
ally prompt the language which charac
terises it is a question for inquirers into
be hidden mysteries of republican ethics.
It is said that fully one-half the negroes
of Montgomery county, Alan! af a; formal
convention held recent'y, declared for the
Democratic State and county ticket. - t U
Alabama has not done more for the ne
foes than1 the Democrats of North Carolina
have done for them if as much j and that too
In the face of their constant opposition at
the ballot box. ?They have ioted against
their best ;frienda every year since "recon
struction and . voted for the party that
promised them 40 acres of land and
mule. They are still going Tor them. , j
The Asheville Citizen, alluding to the late
speech of IMr. Price in that city, says:
" Captain Charles Price has spoken and
the Democratic party still survives.: There
is irreat cause for thanksgiving, ae propo-
ses to speas irom one enaxi me oiaie 10
theotberJ "He informs th? public that he
ain't afraid. ! He 'is perishing with anxiety
to skis Zeb Vance, devour 31errimon, 'chaw
iin' Robbins. peel the hide from BenneLciip
the wings 01 Tom jruiier, nay auve Armneiu,
destroy Fowle, and make mince meat qt all
the otberjstumpera. big, medium and little.
A ternbla felloa' is Uaptw
r lrifi ivlipn nn
The gentleman has been remarkably reti
cent since his return from Washington", not
withstanding the democratic press has frei
buently challenged him to speak: He was
no doubt; preparing his magazines of explo
sives' dynamite cartridges, electric batter
ies, torpedoes, and the like,) and will go
through the state nice a coinet tftrougn
the heavens f We snail see.
! Peter jGiiffith, a colored man,- near
Americus, Ga., owns a farm of 300 acres,
runs six plows and has made a handsome
fortune since the war, and lives like: a
gentleman.1 He is independent, not only
in money matters, but in politics also,
and always votes for the best man for
any office. ;
I The proprietors of Iron, Steel, Chemi
cal and other manufacturing interests o:
the country are in lively .motion with prep
arations by public meetings and select
committees to lay before the tariff com
mission the reasods why they are oppos-
ed to the repeal or reduction of the pres
ent tariff system. There is one class of
citizens nearly ten times larger than o2I
the rest, who have not made the fint
motion to be heard by the tariff commig
siou, and who, it is likely, will starH
looking i on as disinterested spectators
in the grand farce enacted before their
eyes. The farmers of this country are
strangely inert ou many subjects of great
importance to them, aud this one in par
ticular j for it involves to large . extent
their pecuniary success.
"Twelve months agi we warned the
party of the dangers which threaten it."
Yes, twelve months ago the wild schemes
of self-promotion were revolving in the
minds of men who assume tliat they were
wiser than every body else; men who
want what they never had and never can
have, a respectable following-a reputation
for wisdom to buil4 up and do good un
selfishly. i"Twelve months ago," is very
like the old woman whose never varying
answer on hearing of some bad thing hap
pening, was "I told you so.w All re
raeraber how it was about the grindstone
when her! husband came in and said the
cows had eat it. "I told you so ! what
did you leave it out iu the yard for!'
The dear old creature was respectable by
the side of the whining fellows who knew
12 in out 11811 go that the democratic party
was going to go to pieces provided no
office was given to them. j
I Radicalism, and how it Work s. ,
In our local columns appears a commu
nication from the pen of our special cor
respondent iu Jones co., in. which he con
firms the most disgusting feature of Radi
calismthe outrage npon decency and
socity thp hiringof white paupers touegro
masters ny the itauical oflieials of that
county. YjB ha ve also received a private
letter from highly respected aud respon
sible citizen of Jones county confirming
me statements already published, tliat at
the April meeting of the County Com
missioners itbe negroes wore encourared
to bid freely on the white paupers offered
man was bid off by a robust afiican, but
w w uiicu-uuip. vjiio uuui. uiiuu wuire
tne untoi tnirate man begged so pitifully
that the negro finally consented to re
lease him,; and he was allowed to take
himself at the price he was knocked off
at to the negro. 1 wo white wonieo, one
of whom one was a respectable woman.
La 1 !.... 1
wei eageny uiu xor oy negro men, and
ikuwueu uu iu negroes at apuza per
.l i - ri .
uionui eacu, 1 uis is meiancnoly but true,
and what lover of his county, what friend
of Liberty, pan suppress a sigh as he reads
it 1 it. is a lernuie portrait ot Africanized
government, 1 which our correspondent
puts in ai small space, just as Hogarth
drew likenesses on his thumbnail, but it
ia none the less accurate. And wlicrn will
it end 1 Society is sufficiently demoralis
ed already,.but if such disorders are tolera
ted mncii longer, we mav prepare our
selves for far worse. Carolina Messenger J
jTho S;Wiifir of White Paupers.
.-. ' It t;.- .
i The transaction we alluded to a dav or
tu u j iiHuspiring m Jones county
must not be lorgotten as on of thoso
irines or jiocai existeuce aud local inter
est.' They Embody a principle in which
every njie mau iu the state is concern
ed. The eiil rights bill aimed its deadly
uiow at AOgio-fcaxon suuremacv hv.nn
effort to J6nsign to one dead level races
between: tthom. thd Creator had fixed tha
most Rignihicaiit'of outwjird distinctions
uuu puysfc BiriKing 01 mental aud
moral differences, The transaction in
Jones sees farther than this it .ni.
and puts the white under th Wnf fK-I
negro. 11 una is roierated how far will it
not go t A victory once cained. tua frni
T. . . . . - .
of it will
? . -11. . '
oe securea if possible; Not that
vim possioiy oecomea ceneral
I ite principle 01 Wliite rirraul.
shivery- u an inferior race once
the prv-rtlkie of .tlie white
i fit has submitted to the yoke
and it n$ accepted the name and condi
tion of a aye! r,v ' - r
Who I responsible for this infamous
brand upn the glory of the Anglo-SaxouT
That pary, which in its insane pursuit of
power ad place, levels all distinction of
race and Condition, abandons all consid
eration! odecency and proprietyignoresj
all restfairitsof honesty and morality, and 1
.t it 'm . - it- t it. . :
pusuesujeauong w its goai over uie rum j
of the ticelyiconstructeU fabric of society.
Is this pa.tv fat to rule a white race
which bakes mat white race the inferior
thd aave'of the negro f Vf " -
We vonld dhp. if we could, these race
issues, Uuce 111 are politically- equal.
But the Repaticau party) will not per
mit iti dbce they ' constantly ? obtrude
doctiioei and uinciples so bffeusive that
they murt not tb tolerated.! n
WhifeJmen on North Carolina, remem
ber , that the pW unfortunate of your
race in Jbnea ejdnty, perhaps elsewhere,
are put tip on tie block and sold to ne
groea I xchagp. , ; ' ;
The ibove extracts are republished
from tlti caraiaign of 76 to show our
readers that weare to expect from the new
fangled LiberalL The extracts show what
n " f ! " L - 1 t Ji ? 1
riepuuaanism s aou wuai 11 lias uone.
The I Liberals lave gone over to the Re
publican and fie first thing they do is
to attad the present system of county
governmeuc ui system wnicn was in
augurated, f by tile democrats to relieve
the poorwhites of the east to save them
from theblpck to save them from servi
tude fjtsave them from the depths of
degradation. The! Liberals favor a sys
tem j which will again place the pauper
wnis o tne - eastern - counties iu the
haucfe of colored masters. Can the minor
objetioi8 pf the present isystem coai
parewfti the awful i-eality of the eld T
Think of it ! Fellow citizens, behold the
hanrtvork of republicanism and then
turnViureye ou the office hunting liber
al vhoadvocates the return of a system
of couiry government- which will place
UDfortmate white people iu 'servitude,
tte huniliation and soul agony of which
fe onlyequaled in Job's patient snffer
ings. utarles R. Jones- favors the re
turn of this system, and so does Price,
and so des Liberalism !
Unipjy of north Carolina.
Next jejsion begins August 31st, 1882.
Lxpeusebfltto to '50 per si 11 num. Reg
ular Coitvfes of study lead to A.. B., Ph.
B.. and I Special courses, receiving
Certitkatdand Diplomas," are open to
Students. (Schools of Law, Medicine and
Pharmacyittached. A Teachers' Course
of two ye;b has been established. For
KB3i T, Battle, LL. Dm Pres't,
4 Chapel Hill, N. C.
SLE 0FLAHD !
By virtudof a decree of the Superior
Court of Ed an county, in the case of Wm.
Burrage an4other3 ex parte, I wili sell on
the 4tli dayif September, next, hi the '
COURT HdJSE DOOR IN SALISBURY,!
Twenty-fi veneres of land, Iving aal being
m Morgautownship, adjoining the lands
of EdwardBurrage, D. C. Reid. John Bur-
rage aad 9ler. on the BrmIe Ferry rond
near'Buclfcjaii's store. Biddiui; to oven at
L. II. Clkment,
Br virtupf a Mortgage Deed executed
by Josiah Vpe, president of the Bullion
Gold MiniriCompanv. to D. M. Tavlor. II.
II. Haines id II. A. ilenous-h, dated April
21st. 1881. id registered in Bok 59, p. 139
of tlie offij of the Register of Deeds of
Uowan coviv. anl upon wnicn dcianlt has
been made and the said parties of the se
cond part iving assigned their interest in
said Morrre Deed to M. E. Kirk for a
valuable coifderation, (who requires a fore
closure of sine), we will sell at public auc
tion at tie! Court House in Salisbury, on
ITIonthv. 4fli Dav of Kent.
(Septemb) nextAhe Land nnd Machinery
and all poperty ind fixturesion the said
land.beloiing to the Bullion lining Com
pany, sai lands kd joining the lands of
Lena Mulf 4ume Mine and: others, eon
taining tvilve acre, more or les.
Terms, r sal
D. M. TAYLOR,
II. II. HAIXES.
II. A. MENOUGH.
IT 1TANDS AT THE HEAD.
Thatit is tie scknowledaed leader in
theTradeis a f4t that cannot be disputed-
XaX j IMITATE IT,
CIQiiE EQUAL IT!
Li tit est Kanninsr.
TheMort Beautiful Wood-work.
the best material.
i(T and all kinds of work.
qmplele in every respect.
or saie ov
lntstie Sewing Machine Co.
. jy 5-
SALE OP VALUABLE-
' ' .-1 " " 1 f - , . '
ON Monday 'the 4th day of September next,
at the Court House door in Salisbury, I will
sell that valuable I property known as the'
situated on Main Street in the Town of
Salisbury. TERirs of Salk; The purchas
er will pay one third of the purchase money
as soon as the sale is confirmed, and be will
have a credit of three and six months for
the other two thirds, with interest from
date of sale ak8 per cent, r 4 -.; ) ,
Biddings wilt be Opened at $1,47950.
Title reserved until all the purchase money
is paid: JOHN 8. HENDERSON,
July 28, 1882. j 42:1m t f 1 Com'r.
v .. o
I hereby notify all persons having claims
against the estate; of John N. B. John
son, dee'd., to exhibit them to me en or be
fore the 6th day of Auffust, 1883.
Dated the 3d day of "August, 1882.
" f CH AS. PRICE, admr.
42:1m . of John N. B. Johnson, dee'd.
Soilta FBip TURNIP SEED.
The best Market variety in the World.
Points of excellence :
It has no equal for root or Salad.
It Produces Salad two weeks earlier than
any other kind.
Insects do not injure this as tliey do other
It produces more; Salad than apy other
It is the best Turnip for Winter use in the
For sale only at
J.tl. ENNISS' Drug Store.
Other Varieties Of
J. H. ENN1SS'.
AM) OTnfCR 1
FOR SALE. r -
The undersigneds as the Executors of the
last Will and Testament, of D. A. Davis,
decease!, will expose to public sale at the
Court House in Salisbury, N. C, on Satur
day the 2Gth dav ot August, next, FOUR
VALUABLE HOtSSES and LOTS, Situate
in West Ward of said town, on Bank street
between Main and Chureh streets. iThree
Houses and Lots iu South Ward on Lee str.
One vacant Lot in South Ward on Horah
street. Five acres of land near the Corpo
rate limits of said Town on " Town Creek."
Seventy-five acresjn Dunn's Mountain, val
uable for its Granite, as well as for Agricul
tural purposes. fSiTTerms one-third cash,
and the balance on a credit of six and nine
months, interest at, 8 per; cent, on deferred
payments. Title Retained till all the pur
chase mouey is paid.
W. II." DAVIS, )p .
O. D. DAVIS, aXTB'
Of D. A. Davis, dee'd.
Salisbury, N. C, July Cth, 1882. "
The undersigned'will sell at the late resi
dence of their Testator, 26th August, nect,
all the household and kitchen furniture and
other personal property belonging to their
Testator. Terms cash. '
W. H, DAVIS, )
10. D. DAVIS.
July 6th, 1882
STATE OF NORTH GAROLlNf.
J to . R fQ :2 "H
As Administrator of the estate of Robt.
G. A. Love, deceased, I will offer for sale
in the town of Waynesville, at public auc
tion, on the first Monday ' in August next,
that is, the seventh day of Atogust, A. D.
1882, the following described town proper
ty: Seventy 70 regular shaped one-half
ij acre lots and eighteen (18 irregular
shaped lots averaging- one-half acre
each: All lying in the northern end of
Waynesville and contiguous! to the new
Court House square and the depot of the
Western N. C. k R I
TERMS OF SALE. Six months credit
with note and goodj security. Title detain
ed until purchase money is-paid, j Title
guaranteed. f m ! t
Iiots can be distinguished by stakes now
on the ground which marks the lots and
streets. -j. . . ; M' .'J '.
Map showing entire location can be seen
at Haywood Court House on and after the
15th of July next, f '
M. ILLOVE, Ad'ror of)
R.G. A. LOVE, Dec'd. J
J. Y. Babbkk, Aationcerj f
June 28th, 1882. 39:1m,
-WE HAVE DETERMINED TO - . ! i
GBEATLY REDUCE QUE STOCK OF
, ,. Ail fill froi tbis lay
EP""A splendid line of Lawns reduced from 14 and 15 cents to 12J cents.; j
grA fine assortment of Lawns in good patterns and fast colors at 8 cents.
"Ladies1 Trimmed Hats from 50 cts. to $2.50. " '-yl ,f V: ;--)::. -. -E"Gents
Straw Hats (for wnich we have had a good trade) will now be sold at com
g"Our entire stock of Clothing is offered at a small advance on coist. J .
A good stock of Shoes at 10 percent, less than we have ever sold them -g3-ltwill
PAY YOU to see these Goods. Call and inspect them1 carefully. -
. ygfOur'stock of White' Goods, Laces, Kotions, Dry Goods, Fancy Groceries, 4e
as good asjouwill find anywhere. ' "We will buy all kinds of Dried Fruit
Blackberries, at Market prices,.. Juno A '82 ' JONES, McCUBBIXS & CO.
Their Dry Goods, Notion and Clothing
? with New and beautiful Summer stjles. j
Good Stock of Shirts and Underwear: H
SHOES, BOOTS and SLIPPERS as cheap as. any in the market tjie assortment llrg(
. LADIES' and MEN'S EATS MUCH CHEAPER THAN EVEE Zmil
They mean to feed yen with the Sest
Potatoes, Tomatoes, Tapioca, Hacarcnia, Corn Starch; &c, &c .fj
They have as fine FLOUR as is made in the United States..
25 Bbls. of the best 10 cents Sugar in' Town, just receive! ' j
10,000 lbs. Shorts and Bran just received New stock of Glass1 and Table Ware."
Fruit Jars Lower than Ever Sold Before- 1
- i - '
a"Agent8 for Coat's Spool Cotton. New supply of 5 cents Tricks.j .
Call and see them before you buy a$ they have a thousand things not mentioned.
H. "W. Taylor. II. F. Atkixs & E. FTTatum,
T. J. MERONE Y,
"" ii i
mum mammm mumum
THIS MACHINE is a plain wooden tank lined with copper or galvanized irooj
with perforated pipes in the bottom for the admission of steam, with corrugated Roler,
made of same metal, and of sufficient weight This Roller gathers the air while pi
ing back and forth over the clothes forcing air and water through the fabric. At tim
time the steam is thrown up through the perforated pipes underneath from the bottos
of the tank. There are wooden strips between the pipes so as to protect them and fora
a smooth bottom in the tank. . ,
The process is simple : any one can operate the machine.. First, srtap the clothes and
distribute them evenly about four or five inches thfck in the tank. Tunfon enough ti
ter to cover them turn on steam, and move the Roller back and forth until the wiier
is colored. Turn the valve and let the water pass off. Add fresh water, and-repcat tb
three or four times, and you find the clothes are thoroughlv "washed without the slight
est injury, for there is no rubbing process employed, the Roller having rounded edge H
as to prevent any wear or cutting. A lace handkerchief can be washed as well ss i W
quilt. JSP This Machine is in operation at Meroney & Bros. Machine Shop, whereby
will be manufactured at as small a cost as possible. Any one having a steam boiler ia
operation can use one of my machines at small cost and with satisfactory results. Om
person can do the work of ten wash-women in one day and do the work better. M
tST'It is a splendid thing for boiling grain and vegetables for stock. v j
53f It is also a good wool-washer. t
USpState and County rights for sale by
GOLD & SILYIR GRINDING
HOWLAND'S PULVEEIZES takes ths place cf .lb cumbsrsoag Stanu 0
And can be put up in one day ready for w f - 1
IT HAS BEEN FULLY PROVKD & TESTED i L
a and C,
fl oor of a
We construct Mills with Stamps welphlng from SCO to 900 lbs. for gold and slKerorts. ,
Crushing Moi tars. Send for Circular, . ,
Warerooms 9 and 94 Liberty S treet, NawY jri.
48:1 y ' . - . , ,-, :- ... - ' ' '
hi, Timii TIB. KiKTIK'l
4twBtr.T0 7w la medkstae, bT sever
03. Toxic doe., in. but e oi
Laaea that hare baffled aome of our most eminent
1 w.wa e T k l-l a nfina dam TAinn ia nv nnn
baffled some four most eminent rhyticUn. naje yieiaea w vat mat w "ri
prescribe it In preference to any Iron preparation made. In fact euch Jfirr,
XlMQX Toc fc a neeenltT In tor practice. H D. EOBEBt SAMUfLfc.
able remedy. I
M Da, UAJ.TU
it gives color to the blood.
natural Healthful tone to
th digestive organs and
nervous system, making
iS applicable to General
Debility, Jjoss of Appe
tite, Prostration Vital
-w ' a v m
VANUFACTUXEO BY THE DRa HARTER
-; . " ' '-i :. . ). '. i
repest ttat jon
offer Especial I
Departments have just been supplied
Flour, Heats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Syr
U June Hfh,
PATENTED BY j
SALISBURY, N. C.
in .i . m r mmmmm L" '.
the Inventor, j 19:tf
& AMALGAMATING iMIM
U 111 mihfi nun Inn nor hnnrnf honl nniint thftt
r . m
REN CLEM AN'S i
i - mm m
p ass throcgn a 40-mef-h screen. The wear U less than in tj
8 tamp mill. Its weartng parts are pluln castings and tan"
no bolts or keys are required ; It can be set upon i
mill with no expense for foundations, and can be tw
and work In charges or continuous. It lll amalg
mate either gold or silver ores, matlpg l M1Bf 2
" cheap and effective mill ? it requires li-honse po
Sfamn Villa Pnr.1r Vo-ura Omuhlnir KnllS. ADH
garoatlnsr Pans and Seoarators for old and
Ores, t'hlorldlzlng Furnaces, Retorts, Koclc -nrw
Air rnmnroconra Ktff Shf)0S "
Dies for Stamps. amrtreiT drtt.
tlon of Frrjnes for Stamps ; also
' IiaproTed Double. !
i . or .1
With o Without 'boimxs.
fW Specially adapted to H
that uHU not taefZr7f
lSON T ONTOl ttBDT DnCtiOe. Md lO XB"5rii'
found aoruag.to !VJ??LS? 2iiil4
j Tl Artul core
near, nu in my w vi'-,
Vot. Vith. Iin. . w w ' -!
MEDICIfiE CO., 211 R, VAIN $U T -0U
KlClIAlOXD, V A ,
: 1 IM
- f $ t