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IJii GarolinaW atohman,-
fesfABLISIIED IN THE TEAK 1832.
ltt? WOE, SUSS IN ADVANCE. . :
rxostetter's Stomacn i Bitters extirpates
riMMii with jrrenter eertaintr ana
DroaiptUude thin 'auylatiovnl remedy, andr
U a muit e;Bial luvlcorant. appetizer and i ;
ld ta iecretion.j Theie, rt not ' empty; 1
- . I a ) A rW vnw awI.i null
ana women wuo nave uperiracru its tuttn
frsirabie proofs . Ihe Bitters also s vt. a tl
r'bealthfal timulos to the nrtnary organ,
rrotmtny au dbiw anu
. draw- au r
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Ehobes BROWNE, Pre3t. Wsr C.COAltT, Sec.
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'. ! Home Patronage.
Tcrin policifs written 6n Dwellinps.
i PretJiiilms payable One-half cash and bal
ancc in ttt elvc moiitlis, ,j ,
! j J. ALLEH BROWIT, At.,
21Gm Sli.ti'yrT, N. C ,
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W. .: ',1 r- 7 L2li
iilREMEIBEB THE DEAD!
i. X, ''I. Jif ! - s
Hartll Mcnuments and Grave-Stcnes of
:r' Eyery Dsscnption. .-
to an insm ction of mV I Ktswir w-i.
P feel iustified in asserting .that my past
Ti i! - nist-ciass workmen iu
iU thej newest, and lulmlcrn . afvl. A
v that tle,woiknianship 'i3 equal to any of
u .u uie country, , i do notsay
.tuat my work is suji ior to all others. 1
am reasonable, will not exaggerate itr or
ror 1 Kccomplish .iale. My eudeavoria
. i-iraMj aim give c;icii customer the vai-
as i, vj a - r i
. thair, ever offend in 4his townDefor."-'
tall atohce or send rlpTice list and de
8ign.8. atisfactiorf gnafant'dbr no charge:
L'tw f h? flection of trtarbfe"! a1 tho last work
of respect Mif hWjhjfyi othe menjofy
of departed fiteuo'sr ; i
A OESTtiai4K.whoipBi'4 for yeart from
if ".ak of "flering JHwnniy,eud free to
iiwhp oeed sr lh jewpe fanM direction ibc
niiliuigjiheft, feipedbyhicji lie Faa
ncrefU.ihuOererH inklntp t iu-nfit ..i.
Jjjl CELEBRATED cUfl"
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Vi eycry-UQllar they i
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We conpatulate the people of North Cr
oliina on the era of peace,prosperity andood
government which has beenan broken ince
the incoming of a Democratic 8ute admunaH
tratipn; jipon the pre and infaj-tlaj Admin
istration ofiusticc aid tho hoiesV enforce
tuat Af tb Uwa poojUvieiieacof oar
common school system and great advance
tnadtrjn edocatkn,4and ;the general im
provement and enterprise manifested in ev-fT-jjartjof
thcStatey and. we, pledge, out;
Mlfcs t&txea WjtSortn JtU.adT4ncj?i:ihf
material interests of all sections of the State
in .the futnre as iriave :de In the past.
And.lre challenge fceraparison- between a
Democratic administration of onr State af
fairs and the crimes, patrages and scandals
that accompanied Republican misrule, i Af
firm wig Vu r ad h erence t Dem ocrat ic pr i n
cfplea, as defined, in the Iplatfofni. adopted.
byUhe National Democratic , Conveutiw
h,e!4 M Cincinnati, inJ89(3l :' rk
, Jfaohed. ThAt we regard a free and air
Tpint'aa tie onij. sure means ot;rvsejring,
tip ffiee Ameriyan institutions, and , ire iie-
nounce the ite publican party and the inter
ference of its federal officials for their irroea
(WraadaCpfihe" eletivefjanchise, whereby
jtyjiole tli3tncta,j3tates, antt fee,,J. nion bare
bctnjdeprived of their Just wlitical rights;
anPwe believe the cprrUt and corrupting
Mtk of federal patnmffc:! amHof -"pttblie
ifi influeaciftjl tld 5citrt4iin Hti'!Hl'i
j1danerous tolf?efibeTt-iii r tTic ThU
artfl the !Tnl'nn ! i
iiewHted, l hat we Are,in lavnr ol .the en
Ti raloli t i ofi f 1 1 leT 1 i?tv r iTiTr en vi eJ yV
tenffyith "tiatten(Unij forrutinattiid'
tht we denbVnce the prieent tariff IffwS
grossly unequal, unjest land vicious.-, t We
favor such a revision of the tarilf as will
produce a-revenue sufficient for tbe econom
ical support of the government, with such
incidental' protection ifs will give t) domes-
ticauanutactures a -lair Competition, with
tluise of foreiun prMlncton. That there
should be an immediate repeal of all laws
imposing a direct tax for ' the support of
the government of.t4e United -States, but if
jt should prove impracticable to aljolish
the) internal revenue system with all it at
tending demoralization, fraud and corrui
tioii, then we urge upon our Senator and
Representatives inCongrcits the importance
oi so amending tnc uw that tne revenue
officers whonow receive in salaries in North
Carolina alone more than $500,000 shall -be
elected by the people, of, the localities to
which mey arc ussignea. - - v i
Beohcd That the course of the Demo
cratic party since its accession to power in
North Carolina m furtherance of popular
education is a sumcient guaranty that we
earnestly favor the education of all classes
of 4ur people, and that we frill-ad vocale any
legislation lookingtoiin mcreisie of the fundi
ior ,tuat purpose that will; not materially
increase the present burdens of our people.
Jfesohed, That the question of prohibi
tion is not now, and never has been, a par
ty question in North Carolina, and never
been endorsed by the; Democratic party,
and) the' people of the State at the general
election, in the year lfet, having by an
overwhelming majority voted against pro
hibition, and the Supreme Court having
iit:i;iucu uiat me prouiunion act is not ana
never has been a law, weregard the matter
as finally settled, and anyj attempt to re
new the agitation is merely a weak effort
of designing persons to divert the minds of
the people from the dangerous principles
and corrupt, practices of. the Republican
party. '"' .'' ' ''1 " - -
Jietolved, That while we; are not wedded
to any particular form of j county govern
ment, we recognize thCr fbt that a .large
part of the taxes of the State are paid'for
the common benefitby the white people of
our jcastern counties, and that we consider
it the bounden duty of the white men of
the State to protect these .people from the
oppressive domination of ignorant blacks,
and, pledge ourselves to such legislature as
wil secure this end. 4
And whereas it is seriously suggested
that vigorous effort will sjoon'be made to
compel the State by judicial proceedings,
to pny the fraudulent afid Unlawful iecinl
Uax bonds, amounting to $22,000,000. issued
under legislation passed by the Republican
Legislature 186aand 18C& therefore
; Itewhed, further. That jthe Democratic
party will resist such rwjovrry nnd the
payment of such bonds by every lawful
means. - f
The above resolutions were read teritttim.
and Jon motion Were adopted as a whole as
the platform of the Dembcratic party of
North Carolina. j
Oh motion of Mr. Furman. the Tollowinc 1
resolution was adopted v 1 i
I&sohedJ That the -.present faithful, ami
tm Ient State Executive. C6nimrtte (if the
Democratic party, with Col. Oct. Coke as
chairman, be and ' ia herebv ' continued as
the. executive- committee! of the party.
thanking them for thc untiring r.eal and
triumphant results of their! past services.
Hon. A. S. Merrimnn being called on, de
livered an address or marked ability the
synopsis of which wc regret we cannot print
iu tins issue, i ; t
Oo his conclusion Mr. Paul B. Meatis
moved that the thanks of the convention
be tendered to'Jud-e Merrimon by a rising
vote tor bis able, masterly, eloquent and
instructive aadress. W nicu motion beia;
Carried, all the members of the convention
rose to their feet "witht shout 'of applaiiee
a compliment as handsome as it was deserv
J. iW. Reid, of Rockingham being called
on, made some handsome and eloquent re
marks.' , Remarks were also made by - Hon.
Jos. 3'. Davis, ; Capt. Swift Gallowav, of
Qrecne; Capt. C. M. Cookei, of Franklin ;
Andrew Joyner, of Pitt ; If. G. Skinner, of
Perquimans ; J. M. Gndgeriof Yancey, and
W. f!ostcr-French, of . Robeson, and after
the conclusion of his speech Mr. R. slL Fur-
man moved to adjourn.
"A Commercial Name, r
7:?I-2teyer, was in favor of war,' said an eld
Arkansawer, bnt I notice that some of the
worlrrs greatest men are not' of my opinion
NcuJ there's rold Trademark.- He's a great
man,Und he belieTes in war. - : V. ' ;
Z 'd!dwhQ t asked a bystknder.
j Oid Trademark. -
f qh5elsrtdeiiMik J YO
' No wonder thy calhmr-ignorant when
Such fellafs as yon show youir lack of school-
in'. DJdn tyou never her of the great Ger
man military tnan, Trademark V
jTye h'eardpf Bismarcki " f: ,
: fTliats'a'iaot. 'Biz'-markJ fkt
vieiw-fHfs tpuiwt rcial name.'
rin the Brining; Town.
he last lime, darling. he gently said.
Aakedfleriipaik Ue eberry redJl
Tw-morrow itbe bell : from; the (ownerwil.
A joyful peal. Was there ever a king ,t,t
So truly blest, on his royal throne,,, ,v
As I shall be when I claim my own I! v: .''
I I, ' . . ' ' - A,.-l, v ?r. r i '
floras a fon44arewell ; ttwas ,a . aweu.
But she watched him go
D .v.iv i . .1 - ,
Oer the jawniogalWhe lightly tprang,
Jier aweetyoaiiff. faoe.tiwittr.ita; t raise.
" brown' - l- -;;!. -Cfr 4
Was the fairest face in the mining town,
t:,-.'. MitiJS'--? i -f , ci- s'jt i-A
tcfjtthe morning came; but the marriage
1 .Ibelai j,- m:' ;, .
High up in "the tower, rang a mournful
1 :i--' knell,-; ! '
For the true heart buried 'neath earth and
' stone, .
Par down i?i the heart of the mine alone.
A .sorrow lul peal on tber-weddin4a Q I
For the breaking heart and heart of ciayf '
And the face
that looked from her tresses
Was the saddest face in
the mining town
Thus time rolled on Its weary way, "
Cntifstiity jeais,'with their shadowt gray,
Had darkened the light of ber sweet eyes'
glow, j, ; -
And had turned the brown of her hair to
j 'snow. "
Oh ! never a kiss from a husband's lips,
Or the clasp of a child's sweet finger tips,
Had lifted one moment the shadows brown
From the saddest fare in the raining town.
Far down in the depths of the mine one
-'day, - i ' N
In the loose lied ear til they were digging
away; ! I
They discovered a face po young,1 so fair,
FroiiiJlfe iiliiig lips toj the brigb t,'brown
; : hair, , .
Untouched by the finger of Tiiue'adecav.
Wheu they drew him up to the light of
The wondering people gathered 'round
To gaze at the than thus strangely fouud.
Then a woman came from juuouc thei
crowd ' j
With her louir white hair, and her alight
She silwiUy knelt by the form of clav,
Aud kissed the lips that were cold" and
""groy ;V k4- J . i r i v j
Then'tlie aid old face with Jta Jinowy I
i " lair I l. sfi ifr' " j
On hia' vouhfui nRfm larSnnd thr. !
He hjid found her atlaiataiiraitiug
. tU!bride -- ' ' ": - -'
And the people buried them side by side.
;: f Rose Hai twick Thorpe.
English Settlers iu Virginia
rBaltimore Snrvl i ; 1 U
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One of the striking facta of onr imtni-
grntion statistics is thej enoruioiis Eng-
lloll Iniliilirl'iittiin i 1 4 w. u.. T. . A .
..on iujiui6inuuir iu iiv .jroi9.,Hi
long time It haat exceeded tha't frii.ii Ire-
laudndthe ; Philadelphia 'American
ir vii iu i vo itic ucni linn j limb - uiii-
ny ycaapyvr,tli4 Kjigjis" yiiteliiiay
have fiHKf Kwrsfdn d quite its Ahih as
their1sli.n;'rii English tiutaigraiitoe
not Joiter about (he towns Aa aj ule Jie
in possed urit! land hauge4 and briag-
ingfapitu with himt lie tbujrs a farm' iu
lie West or South Mknv Attiltcr-thAtii.
- . ' : ' V'..-.i i'1't 'fl ...llil
in botlof wJi.bpccjupatiODBa ..dbe
found touch hnrjorJed.Eiilish talent!
Vii aimh iWta ulUiatfracUbn-liior
fifteen years past, an Lcxcellent chw of
citizens, poasessed of coystdentblg caidtal,
4cqutriUtttfuft aIaabHeh?Sle.tlb its so-
cial aud commercial life,, Such are their
u umbers t bat the keeping of the Queeu's
birthdaj tka become a well; ;reijooized
Yirginbi eveut. . The fact is recorded that
"reiiied ui tiiy and navy officers, the sons
of clergymen and conntry,geutlemeBf
have taken up. their q.uartera til numbers
in the Old Dominion and in Maryland,
aud live there a lite not nnlike that of
Virginia gentlemen farmers, Jang syne.
In addition to this, a new element of En
glishmen has of late been making great
strides here. The aristocratic class is
buying in the far West acres by the thou
sand. . ' Dukes and earls are acquiring ter
ritorial possessions which vi in extent
with those thev oossess in the 'old 1 cimri- :
try, aud manufacturers are starting here!
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Drancnea oi ousinesa cunieu on ui uooie, j
In fact, the stake England lias in this
coantry grows greater every day .w
The Democratic party is not a ''freetradeV
party in the sense of tasking or expecting
the wiping out of the tariff. Its proposition
Is, and long has been, that so long as there
is revenue to be raised it is entirely proper
that it should be raised by the imposition
of duties on imports. It insists, however,
that these duties shall be imposed for the
purpose of raising revenue, and no as the
protectionist's demand, for "the ptxrpose qf
imposing restrictions on trade and burden
ing the people with aujast taxes, JXrM
wnuev airofid' lot)K Ootie-in Tiis'eyesol p luoot ibc aimiguty,cjiignn-oi..tne taitnnzri
"llj own is the prettiest girl in tow'nVM1fqal politics in Nnrth Carolina, or nrther did j
;Atf0 the joy of her heart seemed : turned tl
c? r a ar - e s i
At-rsfchfiiiiton. xorresponaent oi Jtne
9of4sboj-o Jessenjer V fwrites."iui ! 'lUiSim
belong to It when there was a party ' by
that na3e fnhe SlalCburhp'caaTt cbTde
the pesnthbel-rrengem I
4 ive deoided to tell yiu what current
IKmattera in hia own ' distriet ilnmnJiml
I Jrnrlrorl harH Im th nnm n nn fnr Pah.
St ltl UII IUIUU UC UUJIU iu uitie UU11IO
if; ... ' ' T ti4
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probable thcrciwill be fun along the: line
fter awhile. The coalition is not believed
ut have sufficient salt in it 5 ta preserve jit
from putrefaction. When prominent Re
publican's kick4out of traces, and refuse io
be reconciled, the' machine in ay well be
terror-stricken, as I know It is. 'North
Carolina is not so much a part of its plan as
it waa two weeks ago." .
We expressed our views on this question
some weeks before meeting of our State
Convention. We did so, after ascertaining
the wide spread and growing discontent
among -'democratic- voters- bftth ,east and
west; that I the. convention ishdald propv
and able to act advisedly
in tbcTFernlsca, It!did so
and prudently in thcp:
act and wc have l)een content to stand on
thej platform it adopted. The party "is
wedded to no particular system, "and ean
di dates or voters are at liberty to take po
sition for or against the present system,
keeping in mind the conventional guaran
tee, that the tax payers in the east shall
have adequate protection from "negro
rulers and white thieves who are ever ready
to dive into their county treasury." On
this platform we can stand and contend
for Democratic success without provoking
or hastily accepting "a fuss in the family.'
Western Carolinian. !
Every day brings more evidence of the
disgust und growing discontent of the true
Republicans all over the state with the
coalition ticket w hich the Mott Cooper
Kevenue -nnS nav euaoaseo' ana askea
them to support.' "A True Republican,
writing to the t ree lance, says ne neara
vtith disgust that Tom Dcvereaux had been
nominated over that staunch and tried Re-
P"1 H. Cozart. He jidds' ,
A one-eyed man can now. seewhich way
threat is goingjo jump. 'These renegrade
Democrats ere goin to get all the offices
and ,eave thc tried an1 true Kepublicawl
out. So far as I am concerned they can go
on, but I, for one, will 'never Support any
such mongrel concern. If I have got to
vote for a Democrat, I will vote for one
who does not pretend to be anything clsc-l
The Republiccn Congress did something
in relation to the tariff it increased the
tax on foreign socks, knit goods, &c, fromi
. . . . m -III . . 1
oo percent of per cent, 10 uusiraie
whatihal means in plain UraSsTif we bay
Englisisocls at Liverpool fer twcnty-Pve
cents a psir unuer uie law as. n aioonwe
had toVpathirteen 'a'ntt' three-fourth jcenti
tax at the Custom House before We could
land them. The "Republicans say "that ia.
not enough tax, and so they hare passed a
law raising .the duty tax to twenty-two and
one-fourth cents. That is what they call
criv in jt relief to:"tiie neonle acainst hiirhi
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ia""un-"7 "TT' rH' .T A J ;
-.W . ,., , k !
;( Must Vote Refublican v Ticket.- To
be fully convinced that theVRepublican
' party t hold tc6loredVacei political j
toils of party ?aer?ice, pne has tyly tarreadj
the dhKinssion Jin thl&f noWioaihe latej
ousting.of ''Demwra rll! JJ
RadicaIs.lfr:tlUehie of 6hm,Muringhi
speecfTsaid r"If every colored man did not;
vote i he Republican ticket, he ought to doi
it, and ought to be counted that way any
how." Are the nesrroes willing to submit
to this arbitraiy rule!
Down east the darkies call a mortgage a
"morgan," and one of these morgan" crop
pers in Nash thus described thc system toa
Tarboro lawyer: "Dey runs yon all de year,
and bime-by in de fall, dey catches you.
Could volumes tell more?
A remarkable sand storm accanipauicd
br nn intensely cold temperature, is
nieutioned-iu Icelandic Journals as har-
R raged on that island for two weeks
,1n.;n tl. ' naar inrinv. - Til A - Air WAS
v.. o r..-B-
fiUed with dry fine sand to such a degree
that it was impossible to see for more
than a short distance, and the snn was
rarely visible, though v the sky waa clear
of clouds. Nobody ventured Wl of his
house except upon mater of most nrgent
necessity, and many who were exposed
to the"" storm were froxeni The sand
peuetrated into the houses through the
minutes creTices. It was found mixed
with articles of food aud drink, and
everybreatir drew it into the Inugs.
Tlionsands of sheep and. horses died.
ThpibaU;. alway. come, throah . tb. j;.
; botp$it!cal -mm WJorthCajW:
j jf here if' tontwh alk ' n the' stresH
era K22ife?wi tse.; Bvms it!
uisgruuucu. " iUiiaJi i4lgust is at some
! " " J-- nr , -. : t ?-jtroi bSF T"nS: fw a
j';';V ' ' -u- . Tlspi-" uajls: 9,n ?nA -
s. iriil1cifti 'ill
ORIENTAL mm, EGYPTIAN CAR1YAN DN1YERSAL EXPOSITION OF LIVING W0N11ERS!
OF PALACE, SLEEPING, STODK, FLAT JIND
Do not be led astray by the DECEPTION practiced by SMALL SHOWS, who may
Two Miles of Street Display. 200 Male and Female Artists. Herd of Assiatic an idLOycphahts. '
Two hantlsomest Woonen of England and America. Many Great Golden Chariots. Xerxes 'Gjx'nOndian
War Elephant, the largest animal in captivity. Great Japanese Circus. Ten Great Clowns. - 20 Barebai k Riders.
14 Wonderful Arabian Athlets. 100 Trained Musicians. Drove of Dromedaries. 100 Cages of Rare Wild '
Animals 10 Female Hurdle Riders. Six Great Bands. 14 Trained Kentucky Thoroughbred Horses.
Steam Locomotive Band. 1,000 Men. Women. Children, and Horses with the Big Show. ' Troupe of; Gymnasts, '
' , - - And countless First-time Features too numerous to mention here.
It is worth more to see the Grand Spectacular Free Street Pageant in the forenoon than it is to see the inside and ut-u'de ofaay
other Show in America. Yon may not, in a life-time, bare an equal opportunity of witnessing a procession so varied, an j
; A Tickst to the Great Shows costs but thesime small price paid the ordinary tent shows , ; I, ..s. '
WILL ALSO EXHIBIT AT STATES VILLE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20TH.-' LEXINGTON MONDAY, SEPT. 25TII
CONCORD TUESDAY, SEPT. 26TH. ;
Be Happy Now.
O ye tired mothers and daughters and
occupants ofhe sitting-room; generally,
listen now anA let me tell you a Secret a
secret worth knowing. This taking no com
fort as you go along, but forever looking
forward fo all the enjoyment does not pay.
From what I Vnow of it I would as soon
chase butterflies for a livingj or bottle
moonshine for a cloudy niglit.r The only
true way to be happy, is to take the drops
of happiness as God gives theni tot us every
day" of our lives. .What is work but-some
thing to keep us but of mischief; and slie
who does too umcbof it, instead of keep
ing out of mischief, is playing the -very
mischief with herself. How can a woman
be at her best to entertain her husband, or
to instruct or amuse her-family, who makes
a perpetual slave of herself, and keeps ber
poor tired body in .a state of drudgery and
physical weakness. Better let sqme ihinys
go undone than to so completely unfit one's
self for all enjoyment at home. J The great
thing is to-learn to make the most of one's
self and to be happy over our work. It is
so the world over. The boy mttstUearn to
be' happy while he is plodding -over his
lessons: the apprentice, while 'Ae ia learn
ing hnit trade;. the merchant, while he is
making his fortuue. If he fails to learn
this art he will be sure to get tired out and
to m'ss his enjoyment when he gains what
he has signed for. ,
The best remedy for a sting is to poul
tice the wasp before it gets its work in.
Bf virtue of a Mortgage Deed executed
by Josiah Cope, president of the Bullion
Gold Mining Company. to D. M. Taylor, II
R Haines and H. A. Mcnouuh, dated April
21st, 1881. and registered in Book 59, p. 139
of the office of the Register of Deeds of
Rowan county, and upon which default has
been made; and the said parties of the se
cond part having as?igfled their interest m
said Mortgage Deed to M. E. Kirk for a
valuable consideration, (who requires a fore
closure of same), we will sell at public auc
tion at the Court House in Salisbury, on
Monday, 4th Day of Sept.
(September) next, the Land and Machinery j
and all nronertv and fixture on the said .
land belonging to the Bullion Mining Con,-
pany, saia isnus anjuunii
Lena Miller, Rimer Mine and others, eon
taining twelve acres, more or les-s? :
Terms of saleCash. --.-r ; -
. . . - D- M,. TAYLOR,
4- , a. v
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svmb ' i - tMHsji bhabha mjm mS bm f ar w s5 a IU sj sl. aa n sh MTZ-" t v '
Tha only, Aggregation of
visit your vicinity in 1882.--Ul Eubitiux
SALISBURY OH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER
The management of S. II. Barrett & Co,
donate $1000 to any c1ianty"puklic or private, the Sheriff of the County ma designate if
any other show advertised to appear in Salisbury arrives on its own Cars. Will also
donate as above j$J000 if S. H. Barrett & Cons., Shows docs not arrive on its ownpe.
cial Trains. : ' . .
NEW. ALL ITS mm.
twenty times ov.cr to wait tne coming oi me uig
CA?1 8EE.0H THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1ST.
Mini Mnsic Honse.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Branch of LUDDEN & BATES.
Grand Midsummer jSale.
Praparing fcrFall Trade'.
Bny nou & pay when Cotton comes ia.
200 Pianos and 500 Organs.
JaEUnder our Midsummer Sale, we oiler
to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY,
AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, 1882,
PIANOS and ORGANS, of every make,
style & price, at our very lowest cashTatcs:
On Pianos $25 Cash, Balance Nov. 1, '82.
On Organs $25 Cash, Balance Nor. 1, '82.
Without interest or any advance on price.
"2flt balance can't be paid in the fall,
longer time will be civen, with a reasonable
increase of price. All instruments of every
rade and price ineluded"tti this sale. Tell
your musical friends of it., Write us for
Catalogues, Price Lists Circulars.. This sale
closes Uctoler 1st. 1882. Early purchase
secures c-asn prices and easy ternify
Six (0) years gnrantee. Stool and instruc
tor with every Organ. Freight paid both
ways it no sale. Test them in jour own
McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE.
j3gfProf. Win. Baker is my onh authorized
Tuner and Repairer. , iAl I work guarantcd.
Send orders to this Hoifce
35:3m II. McSMITH.
SALE OF VALUABLE
ON Monday the 4th day of September next,
at the Court House door in t5aHsburyI will
sell that valuable property known as the
situated ou- Main Street in the Town of
Salisbury. Terms op Salk: The purcha3
er will'pay one third of the purchase money
as soon as the sale is-confirmed,snd he will
have a credit of three and six months for
other two thirds, with interest fro:n
date of sale at 8 per cent.
Biddings-will opened at 1.479 50.
Title reserved until all the pun base money
is paid. JOHN S. HENDERSON, .
July 29, 18S2. 42:1m Coni'r.
bUhfc-CKlKE- UH Cir,i(.
LINA WATCHMAN, ONLY
$1.50 PER YEAH. ' '
aw::aii ,7i-ioq III .0
r t i .. .. T
ti'fMI baJ! imtitt .:p,f
New United Monster Railroad Shows will
BAGGAGE CARS, ALL"
endeavor to impose ou tou. will pay you
THE NORTH STATE
SALISBURY . SOUTH.
under the Laws
J. D. McXKELY. 1. :.
w. T. LINTON. ...Vlce-Prest aud Geul Maeagtrs-
TMEO. Bl EHBAUM i..,,.,...Sper.?tiiry.
J. SAMUEL MeCUBBI'S,...rr,i...U....lTasOrl,i
Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD ...Medical Dlrft tcr.
Hon. J. 8. HENDERSON... ..... ,; Leg.il Advtserr
Refer to the Bank and bujfin'ess 'met -f-
Salisbury. . Reliable and energetic tra'fel-;
ing agents wanteil everywhere. vv ,.!
Foil plans, terms to agwi is, blanks, a Mi
any information whatever, . address ,thi
J. ALLEN BROWN, Local Airent. Sails.-
burv, N. C. S ' ' '
, ! ' - -
Raleigh News & Observer and Wilrrirj
ton Star, copy for one ntonth and sen!'
bill to thi? Office.
- I XhtH
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
As Administrator of theientate of Hob?,
G. A. Love, deceased, I wil pffcr "Afe, 1
in thotown of Wyricsvitle' at petfte abc'"' 1
turn, on toe first -Monday in ngunt nextr-
that is, the seventh day of August, A, D,,
1882, the following described t own proper ,
ty: Seventy 70J regular sliaped one-haif '
j acre lots and eighteen! (18f irregTifiH
shaped lots averaging one-half fi)-ier
taicli: All lymgjn t he, northern end jia
Waynesvitle and contigpoas to the sncr
Court House square aud thd rieprf rff f?ie
Western N. C; u. icr ,lJE
TERMS OF SALE Six f montbs credit
witlraotc and good ecnrit.' Titlerctii:
ed uatil puriace monsy in pnhWIrtlfj
guaranteed ; -IJ A! U i.".'.
Lots can be.distinguished.by stakes no tf
on the ground which marks "the 'lot "and
streets. - ; -! - '
Map showing entire location can be sce.i..,
at Haywood Court House oa and after the
15th of July next. ! ! i i'i '.
31. H.LOVE, Ad mrof Kf
R. G. A.IJQVE, Dev'd, V, j.
J. Y. Barber, Autionecr. ;.- .'.
June 28th, 18S2.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS!"
Having qualified a Executor 6rof Alexin
iter Uotnun debited, I herebynptify all-petu
claimssgsioet; id estate ifx
il.it tbcfti ui meoo or beftrf Uie liinU Jai
r..i. ii.k' 16Q9 -.i . t .? T?Tmfi'-.1
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