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TTtiURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1882.
-f " NEW TERMS.
Frott and after the 1st day of Jan nary,
183$., tie subscription price of the Watcli-
flWiJVjli be as follows:, -.'
Obelrear, paid In advance, . $1.50
: l f navmebt delayed 3 months. 2.00
I : payment delayed 12 months 2.50
itr. jV. B. Starke received some pain
ful I injaries by a fall from a bicycle on
last Saturday. He will be out in a few
fbefe were several typographical errors
in mrflast that were ludicrous in the ex
tre iie-we did not see pi oof, bat will try
in utijjre to keep things in better shape. ,
ohi Wyatt had his barn burned down
laltsnday evening. It was struck by
lightning. He. lost 100 bushels of wheat
anil tlje same amount of oats and all his
fbfagel Mr., Wyatt lirea, in Morgan
iTiwnshvp. : r
A -I - if A
,- f. .iu-
! fWe call-attention to the advertisement
tip's issue. The authorities of this ven
erable institution, are laboring to place it
onglide the best iu the laud. Parents
apd gbardians are invited to examine its
I Two 9000 pound safes have been bought
I the use of the county in which to
I' preserve" the records and valuable papers.
fheyi are to tmall for the purpose in
fact tjie records will till a medium sized
rooitfii Now build a vault large enough
for the safes and the remaiuder of the
, 5 '
: One f these is in the Clerk's office and one
n tb Registers office. The best thing to
done would be for the county to
, t -.
fa. clerks' office, say between the
Courthouse and jail. Make record room
ike 4 vault aud fireproof, while the front
sr.-,. . -i j i .
room coaiu ue useu as an ouice. me
are "laid by" au!
County Convention, A. full meeting is); MINING TEILIGEN CE.
it j and now that the crops
and the iraall crain in the
barn, there is no good; ' reason why J vre
should not have a regular bid fashioned
rottsrr.': The republican? "assistants" tell
,T, K.BRUNER 'MANAGER.
assistance,and ablejeCtures in conducting (
the Historical lessots.
The Institute w closed last ni?ht:
. . .
after a most successfal session, by an ad
To cive our readers some' idea of what I dress from State Soft? of Public Instrni
tliA Vnrth KtotA Xfininrr HnmninT nrp An- I UOO. ScarDOrOUSn. 49 Ueld tU6 audience
us that "the woods'ara full of liberall ; 1 aa to show their enterprise and per- for 90 minutes. Tootiicli cannot be said
"r1"1"188 wenru crew mmaKen mere sistent efforts in onr State, wo publish in a praise oi ourj couimy oupc. air. mc-
aTf moro iac afmti in the woods ; of our next an interesting article from the Neili his untiring effjrts in the cause of
inan-'uioerais. T We know the Commiv!iaZ TTorZ2 and U. 8. Ernorter. on education has placed, blm high in the
democracy of thecounty are powerful the quick conversion of , iron lore into scale. Some the people in this section
wien they choose to be'so, and that next I steel. ; l? I VI - ; 5 -r f tare speaking of mm as a fit successor of
Saturday is the day o which they east ! ' ; I Mr. Scarborobth.
make themselves felt if they wrillturn
out in full force.
Mr. T.' P. ' Wallace, the assaver of
Dunn's Mountain mine, has gone to his
home in Washington-city, D. C. 'He will
probably go to Colorado tobe engaged in
a mining enterprise, t , r
The time is . near at
magistrates of Rowan must elect County
v.iuuiI!8,enere.j in tneir selection tuey Dr. H. R. Rogers, who is now in charge
supuia use mature judgment, and act for cf the Beaverdam Gold mine, is erecting
wib. oesi interests oi tue people or the two chillian mills on the property for the
county, ttowan is democratic, aud her purpose of milling the ores.
omcers snouid be in full accord with the
I announce my self as a candidate for
the office of Shetiff of Rowan county, sub
ject to the action of tie Democratic Coun
ty Convention in Anjust, next.
July 5th, 1882.
1 hereby an Jounce
for re-election to the
C. C. Krider.
myself a candidate
office of Superior
Dutch Creek. They are
VTA V VI VVK1VU ww waVWuv VI UUuvllUl
Court Clerk for Rowal county, subject to
sinking a the ratihcation of the democratic County
J. M. Horah.
county politics. There is talk of making
A thanfrn nmnn rr Mia nirim?ac5rnoT-a ' TKJa
-Js-tt i N , J new shaft, down 35 feet, on, 'a new 4 foot
m?o pi10; Inu Jm::. j . I vein. The vein matter shows free gold,
"Liberal" and that he intends to suDnort sulphurets and green carbonate of cop
that faction in tha cominer iiwnea befhra oer. They are running mill on ore from
the people. Rowan is! not a "liberal" Uill vein.
county in that sense, nor will she ever be.
Ti. t i.: i a. iiuj. i j j
tltieagon. fRBdothei sl,,uldnnt hav The Sam . Christian mine has shipped
iU chief magisterial position headed by I another lotof nuggets,-(600penny weights)
The Republican party j say they do not
erhls in the cbuntv. and we think! thev CoPPER.-Next to Michigan in produo
are light. Yet these fewmen are work tion, comes the mines of Orange county.
lttg with might and main to get the offi- in Vermont, with 2,647,894 pounds, then We are authorized Oj announce Mr.
ces they amlliate with the republicans a Cnnntv in North Carolina, vith ! A. Atwell as a candilate for re-elec
aqd have the promise of their support. I . i ' I tion to the office of Cordier of Rowan
and make war on' democracy-i on the! Irlouw pouuus, r subject to the action of! the Democratic-
prty they have lett, and the principles I County Convention on fie 5th of August
tuey Know to oe just and right. , rr,,a ni,- ftn?n t?vIat rpa next.
irtnDt nPRniii that : Maine and California, North Caro
uUv. uuu uinau.moduiaiis . ' .... i ft T TOTlTTntT R IF A TITTTlm
in the usual way. Una and uregan, will place tueir mineral OiilllODUAI urj.A.VJ.i!j 1".
I hereby antonnce iyself a candidate
for re-election to the epee of Register of
Deeds for Rovan cofnty, subject to the
ratification of the democratic County
Convention. . H. N. Woodson.
I hereby annonace inVaelf a candidate
for re-election to the office of Treasurer
of Rowan county, subject to the ratifi
cation of the Democratic County Conven
tion, . J. SAM3ILiMcCCBBISS. I
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WE WANT 5.000 bush-
els nice clean Wheat.
WE WANT 5,000 bush-
els Jniiqe clean Qats. -WE
WANT 50,000 lbs.
WE WANT 50,000
pounds dried Peaches
jfl.-the county toco on
ItK therefore becomes
magistrates to make such changes as they
may deem best for then interests Of the
people who are so directly, interested in
the action of the commissioners.
jthe duty of the treasures side by side, and each point
with pride to some natural advantage,
some favorable accident of location, which
to them, makes their locality best and
most desirable." The Kevxexo is speaKing
green, per bus .
dried, per lb....
nog rouna, .....
.-$ T5 (fel.OO
$1.09 a $1.25
The democrats f Salisbury Township
met at the Court House about 12 o'clock.
fclerkSs much cramped in his present quar- Saturday; Luke Blackmer, Esq., was call- specimens.
ness in hand the appointment of l a
bf the exhibition at Denver. We hope he SS.. "'.'.'.Y.
is correctly informed. As yet we know lAOiing, ....
of no man who has furnished a pound of
i Summer Movements.
i MrlO. D. Davis and family have re-
jturaed from the Warm Springs.
I Miy Lizzie McCorkle has cone to
Mrs. W. L. Rankin, Mrs. Samn. Tay
lor aud Mrs. J. F. Ross are at Long's in
. Mr! Walter Blackmer and Mr. Willie
Wiley! have returued from their foreign
tour Jrthaviog visited many prominent
place's iu the Old World. Mr. Wiley will
joints ship-again in a few days. -" .
Mises SalUe and Alice Newman, of
Rithfuond, Va.,-are visiting their brother,
Mr. 1 J. Newman, at the Dutch Creek
i: Mini : . - -
. Mi S. II. Wiley gave his lady visitors
Low iM idling,
Township Committee of five active men, I Institute Notes.: 1 SJ,
County Convention to be held on Satm- Prof. Eughsu visited the Institu e last ? ;. :..
i,- a. r . i- i w onn v (iiio i n iniirniniiri i:iik iiii
iOn motion of Kerr Cr age. Esq.. tl e 1 read ins: as an art,
tta tn tlift f Tminttr Hnnvont nn Tliia " ' J "
fa" . "w ! r-r T1Q
moUon was discussed! brieftv bv Messrs. uience ga"'ereu to umi .cuip i . ",
Gray, Henderson, Craige, Overman, Dr. President of the State University, deliver
Wuborn, Kluttz, Tate and others : and wtnr. Hia Rnbiect was of course
on motion oi j. m. ray, n-sq., was moui- 04ln4.af;ftn-i w rfividfin into manv heads
fled so that the delegates -proposed ... ' , .
RlionMb 'Elected' bvl this mei-tina. mafcing. It exceeuiugiy. conipieueiiBive.
Potatoes Irish, .
. a a T '
12X 4 I3)tf '14 a 15
20 $25 85
'20 (J 21
It 4 llji -
10 & IQH
to t -
85 90 1.15 ft 1.20
no i 1.20 a i.ss
L 14 a 16 i
14 fe 16 15 a 20 ;
18 ft 15 15 a 20
2.50& 8.75 3.50 a 3.75
13fa 14 15 a 18
8 0 10 11 a 13
SOU 90 1.00 a 1.20
8ogi.oo i oo a l.Kfe;
85 p 1.00
WE WANT two good Qerks who
will study and work for the interest
of our business.
WE WANT to sell all good pier
chants, their Salt, Bacon, and Coates
Spool Cotton, all of which we will
make to their interest to buy from us.
a reception on last Friday evening.
5liss Liie Kerr, of Raleigh, daughter
of tie State Geologist, is the guest
nominated and unanimously elected as Utorv .amon erst his to id subiect matter.
t Kt i T v I . i . ......
l" . J t " l.i.h liAlrl lii IiPjirftra until he had iriven PiPPP
r. : iit iv m tr i lir t i o l i
VJTIlLiltll, tTV 1 lllMMII.il IV UUCI, - J-i I . 1.101 x 1 i.1
Kluttz. Alex Tate. Jas Eumn e. Walter "iCU1 Swu UCt w 5UUW,"wum "" l"
l&inkin, J F Koss, D K. Julian, PN iu the Stated-had raled the poor teachers,
Heilig, J M Gray, W H Overman, John praised the good ones had showed the
liediicK, J kx cauoie, I'lniip bowers, i x npitv of tlie nroner Dractical educa
t.i.. 1 u i 11. : Tr 1 j - f ri
ftoW wnJw n nin4mr. tionof the farmer and. mechanic-the
JtS SicCubbiiu, Sr., I N Earuhart. James necessity of special training in whatever
Liauier, Adaiu Browri, Chairman and walk of life mav be cliosen, &c. He was
WE WANT $10,000 ingoodmon
ey for our goods, which we ' arej now
offering at exceedingly low prices in
order to reduce stock.
WE WANT everybody to come to see
us, and inspect our goods and prices be
fore they buy elsewhere. !
WE thank our many friends and cus
tomers for their liberal patronage and
shall strive to merit their continued con
fidence and favors. ' Respectfully,
June 527, 1882.
J. F. ROSS.
Tle Salisbury Normal School for edu
cating audtraiuing colored teachers, re-
I opens on' Wednesday 'the 6th day of Sept.
fnextl and will be under the direction of
RevisJ. O; Crosby, A. B.f assisted by oth
er experienced teachers, ine design is
to educate aud train teachers for service
in t1e public free schools, aud the most
approved methods will be employed
Candidates, for admission must be 15
z : ' ' .
years ef - age, aud of good health and
character ; and must
Secretary, added to list!
mn motton ut I. i. ivinttz. it was
of agieed that all other demociats of the
towuslnp wlio may attend the Conven
tion, are hereby declared to be duly au
thorized delegates to the same.
On motion of W. H. Overman, the
meeting then proceeded to appoint five
active democrats as a; rownslnp Coui-
Nominations were niade, and the fol
lowing gentlemen were unanimously
elected : J b. McUubbins, Sr., John S
Henderson, John Beard, Jas It Crawford
and D R Julian
f I here beiug no further business the
ty not! n rr ailinii T XX f inirurn Foa
i UW t va vua aax UAvaJiCtUi AJOll . m
Jl J. Bruner, Sec. j Ch'm.
We have the proceedijigs of meetings in
rr rrA IwmnntA I V V wtifc -w ' UlJ,ullo
f ' w. . I room we are omirea to jconnense
i . . . i , . i t- - n ;
itatuti o. uuniucitu uc uuiuiueu ULiruiu
$5 to $3 per mouth. Tuitiou free.
TBero will be a Model Primary School
in connection with the Normal, in order
listened to with much interest, and his
audience felt that they were improved by
haviug heard him.
On last Monday evening, Hon. Wm. M.
Bobbins delivered! an address, fronght
with matter of thought. He compared our
present with our past. He painted a word
picture of the old Southern life showed
its elegance and ease, and mental inac
tivity among; the masses, rendered so as
a consequence of the institntion of
slavery. He then turned the leaf to the
present, and 6howed that there had been
improvement he denounced false pride,
that remnant of slavery which keeps men
which, for lack of ""urn manual labor he told the teacher
that it was his duty to instill into the
Locke township appointed the following
uciciittico iu me vuuuij vvutcuiiuu, v ii. : I . , i .1 o e . 1 c j.
i T J Snmncr. J R GUnhn A A Hnw.n A r la a u,oau "uu 101 uie imuie
4 Demarcus, W R Rainy, Jonas Fishel, R. prosperity ot tue section, based on educa-
f hnr.i nmnU mar Ihiva nnnnrhimrv tt - -n. J - - . - 1 . I
J.Lr."r 7 ""-w r ' Mranam, J A uisner u Mclvenzie, John But his talk was too comprehensive for
j.ivuwnj, ti M icaiucu iu iiice, i r xuuiusu, jteqrge jvearns, Xjlljan
methods, etc. Miller,- Morris, Richard Garner, David
by . 'addressing Rev
i; -.V ' O
CbMFG IN EVERY DAY AT
review iu our limited space. Our people
on may bo obtained Sjliuliberrier, W F Murf, Calvin Boat, Hardy always torn out to hear this distinguished
t t n.r,S 4i age, 8 B Colly, Pleasant Wise, Dan'I Wise, gentleman and they are never disap-
. J. O. Crosby, the jenry Goodman , Jacob Menius ,W H Bost, n:llfp4i .
i i tl -i - Vi-.-i.l- i-n . r V i- o POlUieU.
M A Bost, Otha Cauble,
liot, R H Cowan, Rufus
Safrit.Beni. Safrit. Just here we must remark
Asheville Citizen: As we eo to press Gnas M,,Ier Ml,a3. b&t J W Walter, Lock Graded School building, of which we are
. . 4 v I IWi aAti lAmao VVl cni. WJ m W v it h I n K m 1 1 ....
tuo election lor the improvement of the l" ""r " .-, m r an so Droud. is very deficient in one nar
streets. &c., progresses finely, 310 votes V T which has been creatlv felt
bavin r been cast and onlv 11 th l,er AdauLl ost, Jacob; Walter, A A Petra, llcn,ar w U1UI ua8 uecu fcreiuj iui
ua, iiifc -ueen cast, aim OUiy 11 against the t irir : t ' Mn.ff tl.o c.unn f f. Tnct;fn, Tt la
proposition. Our citizeus of all parties uf f "" otuc vi,i"".-f,
and?bolora voted squarely for the measure, and , ?thr d active Democrats who the want of any meanS for lighting the
j ?tr" ""a"01- buildiucr. iheoniv liirhts used so tar
r- i. d. OMjttJMJit, unairman. . . , ji t u t,
CnrBRUXEn Sec. 1 x have been borrowed lamps, which at best
i give a very unsatisfactory light. Gas
TTlWr.ltT Vnn,m,i i - ! i mi U i j T u , " s iou d be put into the house at once
1112111 V COmmPmliUMA, for A ahAVlllo 1 rtolorratPii as fnllmxra 1? TrVinof-n Taaaa I 1
4 M ' . v . ...i.miv. mm ' " . . a vvilugkVlli .f OOC I.. . . . . . . . . i. 1
irr-i.r&A a t .. -ii ..... TJ...i.e A i TTiomin r p ni. Tu- tue DiaiD is quite close less man nan
n iiwiu vuimus wc UUU U L JJUl. Will inSlSb 1 iiuovuviu, uvuu l
& ' 1 - x E Barber. Henrv Turner! R W Fleming R la square. AVe hope that the Uommis-
i " r . o - i - -
RnsebnrO. W Q WfttSOn.l W Ti Cftrsnn W C I eiAnura of iKir noTf niOAtimr will ap(1oi
I t T Tt --m I 1UUV1 V V w&u 11111 A VAV A
w Uresswell. llavwood llafDer. Martin Phiter. 1 1.1. .1 t ut-i. n.. 1
Attraction for bnsineaa anH Mnir.l Tl.- tU,. ACllhol n A T A xr.nr,iTK,; ' U1,s uuue- unuci vue iin-
very thing that should be done for Salis- e Barber, Solomon Teigne, James Rodden l'cluo lu suu",l,uu' "v
- I ;
showing a determination to put our city I
in such a condition as will make it the
centre of attraction for business and can-
NE W FURNITURE STORE.
Wm SfrJext Door to J.F. Boss.
aiming to make Asheville the "centre
and nothing would
and P M Nelson. The jdelegation was in- are entering into an epoch in the cause '
Ai.iiAAr.At. 1Acntfo f 1 . k t tir.11
, . i r- -" mw IV?fv . w i cuuuatiuu uio ivoutto v. niiivti ill
10r A DUSmeSS and. cnnitsil tliann lihornl I TTArah frr lflr "TT "N" "Wrw.flar.n rpmstor nf
' I 7 5 I O T 1
vvmvw KiiiiMiv IIHiL I mr I . I t rillMr iur VIlPriTT -I mi.- . . m
i iz .J ------- , . ' - -1 tnrow a BUimmer oi iicut aown : tne aim
improvfemeiit of the roads leadimr to deeds, J bamU McCubpins treasurer, DA ,ow U1
andlthe streets rnnninM,rrtni.s if w 4-twell coroner, J C Barnhardt surveyor, T resolutions:
1 i O - -"1 Lt t.' nnHAK MHfl 1 . . I V .11 . I ...
nppif H,.f i, ii. j M3 wui,ui-r aim vr icuiiug repre- wncreas, we, me leacuers in attten
. "J ,7 , scntative; then tor the most available man. dance at the Rowan County Teachers'
ooiiarsWorth of work on our roads, and MRP Johnston, J W Steele, B A Knox, D Institute have greatly enjoyed the exer-
we mimt men conbdentlr irwftt mir , l KoseDoro ana u r icminsr were appointed risen of. thn fume, and cIpsha ti Pmraa
tracjtiohs to draw capital, enterprise aud AwnsaiP ue VK21 . . our appreciaUon or the benefits derived
3 ,J. - - is i it w .1 1 ii in i i rj I 'iit'm i
w wf.Aj.w -wi , ui i lucrciioui."-
-r r trf . : i i I '
WA. WATSOK, Dec.
TO THE NEW STOEE
Ail tet lns yon want in tie Fnrnitnre line - :
The Democrats of
Were inspected iri persqi
prices, and warranted f-q
A Nice Cottap
Therefore, resolved, that the sincere
thanks of the members of the TnsrirntA
t?-i.i: t i I . ....
4UHB9IIIU i am liprp.lir pxtAmied.
. . i n i I-. . r l w .
nieraiea j oara. lunsom .mrniK. j a i -i t c..i:i.... r j .1 o i 1
.Itext Saturday is the day appointed Ii Miller, Wilson Trott.1 Abram Nash, D A I rmm.ftPfi fnr thftnnf ww Tnn..
for pur County Convention. It1 is hoped Swink, W M Kincaid, Adam Lentz, David building in' which to hold our exercises.
uiaf every Township' win he represented NiV ' ' " tV na. to ino many citizens w 110 nave tl ft --x-nd:t!,.rdelegate.
come prepared to K SBtS IflT
; i- . . , - 1 . - -o --r --""o'-f " 1 our exerciAca. doiii mtr in ana oar:
Q Miller, James Monroej and J A Thomason. 3rd Xo Prof. N. S. Smith Hon.-T. F.
ynmouon ine cnaranaq ana secretary were Klattz Hon. w. M. Bobbins, I Dr. K. P.
waea ri nsw mouon 01 wnson Battle and Hon. J. C. Scarbbrongh or
kV j-"v-r ""7V"UT Ti T tneir excellent addresses,
attending the conrention be authorized del- 4th. To the editor of thekcarolina
egates. j , ; Watchman"-for his man v comnlimentarv
'I'lio frkllAWiriiT nnminotinno ve marls oa I - " . "
. "-.. " r; v : "J notices or our wort:-
m liic ftiifiiLic .J . ifUio n 11B111 if. f 1. : - m i - : j
llie Ti," 4. : oT.u-- TK.i Tir .LJ loan me ministers woo n:
ALL MY GOODS
at the Manufactories, and bought for cash at. the lowes
be of the latest styles and best quality, and will be. sold as
ny House in the country. Come and get
ttaif a antl acurate representation
of tlie will of the voters in each township,
so. that no one may have just cause to
coniplain. This need be no difficult mat-
terfor it is generally pretty well under
stood inva township how the people lean
on questions of a political natnro.
township meetings, which wcreiipr.oin.
to be held
er set for only
Fine Walnut Mle Tops, only
! flnnimnno Tji S Ovprnlan fni- c h o ri AT ' T 1
tjli' tn 1ia 1.1,1 ci.'... 1 I ' 1 f 1 1 r -r i. .1 -l ' I C18e8.
who have so
-$30, $35; ii $40
--$40, $50 anil $75
a - ----- untiKiidV. were lie- iaiimci . iv i,icia vi .ifuit. tl iix uuiaii. iur I i'.i rr- .11 ; a. r . 1
Bt,rl u. . - . . 1 -;' r xj -M- tvA ulu ausiractors ioriueir
, p iuc purpose 01 obtaining a trneVFI8; , r V untiring efforts to advance us iu the pro
v -w'ou 01 public sentiment, and it is r.;; ' ssiou of teaching.
reaonalle to ctuehiiletiat thU
A. LENTZ, Cha'm.
There was also a resolution of thanks
Cheap Beds at 83.50
Special terms made ith country merehants who want cheap Beds in one don and
half dozen lots. !3F-lfill also have on band a full line of COFFINS, CASKETS and
TT J--.-1 . J 1.4. iL. 1 . n!nnu o i i
wnueriaKers gooas ait vue iowi juci
R. DAVIS' Net Store.
J . D. GASKILL
WILL BUY IN ANY QUANTITY
4 r v
The Largest Stock of Goods
IN TOWN ;
To select frb
: o :-
GREAT REDUCTION IN PBIISiS
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY COMING'tX
jg- FALL STOCK 1 OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF "CI
jg- CLOTHING AT A REDUCTION 0F-fr
25 Per cent.:
$18.00 SUITS EOR ONLY - - $15.00
$15 00 " " " - - 12.50
$10.00 " " " - - 8:00
$8.00 " " " - - 5.00 j
HATS HATS H :
STRAW HATS at 10 per cent, abova cost
Will sell ZIEGLER'S FINE SHOES at a fraction abore cost, axd al tthet Bhoei
at greatly reduced prices. . :
Tor Bargains in Anything in my Stock Call with
in the Next SIXTY DAYS. j
nggrThese Goods must be sold, or, given away, before til
Fall trade. , . .
M. S. BROWN.
Salisbury, June 25th, 1882.
fyn in the
stleclioii of dtle-atts
W. T. Kikc4id, Sec.
to Rev, F. J. Murdoch for his valuable