Is: ' v s- i .;. . ' : - V - - v - - . - . v .-;; I . . iy. ':: - i - -i.i y y ' ; vy y, y - i,y-, ".-,V H y;r y - T . : : : ! - ' - :;. y. ; y - '.. - ; ' - -.a y :- .. --wv;:-- yy- -:r:j--.'-- o; ; yy-:Tv- y y. yy v:-..
''i V Nil "' -i! I" py '' -ll-'O- :' TTTT ' v.. , ti .
ybfein-TfllED SERIES 'j i, MTT
'-mn'- - :, - 1 ' -r . . II 1 :f j. - , , ., - .- , t r l-,-. .1:.. , h ,!;!. . - - 1- U 40
M , - y : . V.'iVli.i:.;. ;1--::'V1;l
ThU Hamlin a Watchman,
ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1832.
.."Jl'l PRICE, $1.!50 IN ADVANCE, f , - -
TBt terrible scotirge feycr and agxie, aou
IUgener, billious remittant, besides f
fertfons of the stomach,' liver and bowels,
produced by miasmatic air and w-ater, are .
K eradicated and prevented by the use of
IlfMetter's Stomach Bitters, a purely vege
tal,? elixir, indorsed by physicians, -and t
nxr! extensively used as a remedy for the
ibfcve class of disorders, as well as for many
otneH, thanany medicinof theae. a
ffor sale by all Drinrjrists and Dealers
. IIhooBS BROAVN'E, Pres't. W'm. C. COART, SeCy,
A Home Company,Seeking
Prompt, Reliable, Literal!
Impolicies written on Dwellings,
piluius payable One-Iialf cash and bal
rT f I i J. ALLEN BROWN, Acrt.,
-ai;$iii; Salisbury, N. U. ,
i fy-. '
llslEMEMBER THE DEAD !
IE AT DEDUCTION
IN 'ME PRICKS OF
Marble cn5inents sba Grave-Stones of
expeiijeuce under ffrat-daaa workmen i
t" newest ana modern stvles. and
ni-ir rim .
v iil'r f "i KniansJup is equal to an v of
rhH'SluT? country. 1 do not say
tiuit my Jvoik is superior to all others. 1
i aM-sojabe, will not exaggerate iu or
tc ; accomplish a sale. My endeavor is
;Pseid give each customer the val-
i'l fyv-!,larJt,ley leaveAvith mew
BICES-35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
f, tlian efer bifferfd iu this town before.
Va Cf c0 ar Seu,J tor Pce list ami de
r fj)?! Action guamut?dr no charge,
i I . lhf eifctionf marblcf is the last work
, or respecf which we pay to the memory
eparnad friends; - .
p; f JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
TOC., Nov. 1,1881. r y
Rrsons OF YOUTH.
"ETtEMAjs who suffered for years from
toTthUi CC e J0"1"'1 nuiscreiion,jviii
all "Ji. f"I.BBncin nnuianny, send treeto
S? ":he recipe and direction for
Ucr Huri,,e remedy br which I.ewag
ucredf; trflerer wishing to profit bjthe ad-
Pect confiJtnce. '
u" frT-" ran oo y aaaresninsin
JOUN li. OGDJuNV-
Cedar St M 2CW York
;:-;- . yi
r -co ,
! ji- jcu ; 4 t; .
1: let ic a. - rt ' I
-Wiyyl; fjy - . i . . Ov
' ! I " I!
. I cMvilly iuvite the nnhli nomllr
"'iH"!).! of my Stock and AYork.
SW'-'.'rting that my past
in e congratulate the.poople of North Car-
olina on the era of peace, prosperity and good
: government which has txjenun broken since
iue incoming 01 a democratic State adminis
tration; upon the pure and impartial admin
istration of justice and toe honest enforce-
tnent of the lawi f upon the efficiency of our
miniuuu wuwi sysieok ana great au ranee
made in .education, and ;the; general ,im
prpvement and enterprise; manifested in ev
ery part of the State, and .We pledge our
selves to exert all efforts j to L-j advance kthe
material interests of all sections of the State
in the future as we have idone in the past.
mi n c vuaiivage b comparison uetween a
Democratic adrainistratiojn of our State af
fairs and the crimes, outrages and scandals
' that accompanied Republican misrule. ; Af
firming our adherence to Democratic prin
i ciplesya defined in the platform .adopted
' hy the National Democratic Convention
theld at Cincinnati, in J88p ri feutv5
JSendtedjnisit we regard a .frccfand "fair
expression of the public iii) at the ballot
j box as the only sure means of preserving
i ouf frve American institutions and we de
1 nonceihe Republican' party and the inter?
" ferme of its ferleral officials for their grdss
frauds upon the elective franchise, whereby
vhple districts. States, anVJ the Union have
bKn.o'privedof-their jiit political Hglits;
we believe the corrupt and corrupting
tif Itdernl .patronage, and -of "public
;jv tSraVft Iv taatkhl fro'ui fhe oeontc
rSueiK-inn! ccrtruOinir '!ctiiotik. to
uaniff rrtus to the libtriss iW the ' State
- 4t lied; r f b fit w a re jti 1. visH jf t hi ei
tatf aUiiition ot tnc iaitei-iatiieveijutf vs-
its altendantll ft)rrui)tion?, and
j that weydenounce thii present tjarifT laws as
I faVfrr such a revisiouof tile tariiT as will
pr.fluce a rewtiue sufficient for tl eecouqm
ica support of the government, with suel.
incdental protection as wjill give todouu-s-tic
luanufacturcs a fair : qom petition V with
those of foreign production. Tlmt there
shouM be an immediate rjwal ot all laws
imposing a direct tax for j the I support ot
the! government 6f the United States, but if
lit should, prove impracticable! to abolish
me; internal revenue system wnu an its at
tending demoralization, fraud knd corrup
tioa, then we urge upon bit r v Senators j and
ltsresentatives in Congress thb importance
of s amending the Law that the revenue
officers;, whonow receive in alaries in Korth
Carplina alone more than $300,000 shall be
elected by the people of It he localities to
which they arc assigned, f;
lienolted That the tourse of the Demo
cratic party since its accession to jiowtT in
North Carolina in furtherancejof popular
education is a sufficient guaranty that j we
carncstly'favor the education of all classes
of olir people, air! that we jvill advocate any
legislation lookingjto an increase of the fund
for that purpose that will; not materially
increase the present burdens of our people.
Ifcsohed, That the question of prohibi
tion is not now, and neverhas been, a par
ty question in North ; Carpliuaj and never
beeijj endorsed by the Democratic party,
Tindthe people of the State, at the general
election, in the year 1881, hairing by I an
rfverwhelniing majority voted against pro
hibition, and the Supreme Court having
decided that the prohibition act is not and
never has been a law, we regard the matter
as finally settled, and any pattern pt to re
new the agitation is merelya weak effort
of designing persons to divert the minds of
the people from the dangerous principles
and corrupt practices of j jthe Republican
party. ; . "Ij " '!' rr-'l ' ,
i llasohedi That while we jare not wedded
to arty particular form of i jcourity govern
ment, we recognize the fact that a large
part lof the taxes of the State are paid for
the common benefit by the white people of
our eastern counties, aud 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
will secure this end. ! il y ' !
An whereas it is seridusly suggested I
uiad ijuiuus ciiuii. win squd iue maue; 10
compel the State by judicial proceedings,
to pay the fraudulent and Unlaw Ail special
tax bonds, amounting to $22,000,000, issued
under legislation passed by the Republican
Legislature 18C8 and 1869; therefore
lieiolced, further, That the Democratic
party; will resist , such j recovery and the
payment of such bonds bj every lawful
means. " '"' 1 1 ( '' ' - ' ' '"
7 Thb alxve resolutfons were read seriatim,
and on motion were adopted as a whoje jas
the platform of the Democratic party of
North Carolina. V y
Onjmotibn of Mr. Fufmiiii, the following
resolution was adopted; .1
Resulted That the present faithful and
efficient State Executive Coin mi t tee of the
Democratic "party, with Co). Oct, Coke; as
chairman, be and is hereby continued as
the executive committee ; of the tarty,
thankingithem tVr the untiring zeal arid
triumphant results of their past services. I.
noo. A. S. Mcrrinion being called on, de
livered an address of marked ability the
synopsis of which we regret we cannot print
io this issue. j- ).(' -
On tils conclusion Mr. Iaul B. Means
moved that the thanks of! jthe "convention
be tendered to Judge 3Ierrimon by a rising
vote for his able, 4 masterly eloquent and
instructive 'address. Which, motion being
Carrie, all the members of the convention
rose t$ their feet with & slumt of applause
a compliment as handsome as it was deserv-ed.-f
" . '. - .h ; , . ,Ty A-.,
J. y. Rbid, of Rockinshatn being called
on, made some handsome and eloquent re
marks, Remarks were also made by Hon.
Jos..J Davis, Capt Swift Galloway, f
Urecne : Capt. C. 31. Cooke, L of Franklin :
Andrew Joyner, of Pitt; F.G. Skinner, of
Perquimans; J. 31. Gtdgerjf Yancey, and
W. Foster French, of Robeson, and after
tue conclusion of bis speecfcv3Ir. R. 31. Fur
man nioved to adjourn. it ! . Io
Toj Bad. The Durham Recorder says:
The would-be candidate for Congress in
the Charlotte t District, C U. Jones, the
editorjof the Observer, a jfw years , ago
ran fqj school committeemaii without bp-
position and was defeated.!
'Hovt was it that he got left f
Thej British have apparently .flanked
Arabi JPasha by. taking possession of the
Suez daual. i We suppose they mean to
throw J forward a light column . towards
Cairo from Suez. Arabia ifortified posi
tion, near Aboukir, is to bo;, attacked at
A New More.
I The Boston Bulletin makes " the state
ment that there is a movement on foot in
England among capitalists to form a syn-- justifiedJ' i It is proper, oever, to say that
dicate Vith Southern cotton growers for Republicans indorsed the bill ; the Repub
the purpose of building cotton mills in the ' Iican President signed jtand made it,,ajaw
Cotton States. The following is the plan ast and has executed t j faithfully. That Jaw
reported by the Bulletin :'' - ' - v" . ; T ; is based on exactly the same principle as the
! The cotton growers, on their part, pro- appointraent of; county ; Commissioners in
pose to build the mills; grow the cotton and ' the negro countiek-JVVp-OJfrrr., , y. i
deliver it to the mills, and grow the pro-; .. . 1 , . ?.
Visions of the operatives. The cotton spin- . Wilmington .Star:. The Fayettevllle
ners, on Iheir part, are to take the stock or Examiner makes a good point bu Colonel
bonds of the company ; are to supply all Dockery." The lliid are very heavy on
the machinery to make yarn ; are to fur- -"sumptuary law." J Itr' set-m that the
nisb - managers and ; trained operatives for 1 Colonel is' in favor of such a law. -.' In his
three years.-- ' ' i i . ' -"- - ' letter to the Star, of Jine 21,1881 he
Besidwtlusthe coUojilgrowtu- who ufaeef norojtibli 'Id orc
nish cotton are to jiay the mill a certain tringent legislation in the way of license
sum per pound for spinning, and then sell ; restrictions,' iu increasing the 'license ta
their cotton in bales of yarn instead of Hot, thereby reliering property burdens at tine
thus saving all j expense between field and expense of those who drink, heavy financial
f u:torv, all expense for bagging and ties, responsibility by bond for damages ensuing
pressing and compressing. ; , 'from 'its siiIe,?,oic. H' v'"' ' 'i
The Manchester mills run 30,000.000 of i The Examiner Uuis pius him to the rej
spindles and wrk annually 3,000,000 bales covdm : When' he ftext addresses the publ
of cotton, which have to be shipped a dis- lie we suggest Jthafcie let his audience
tance of 3,000 miles at a freight' whkli iu ; kiiuw the exact character of the 'strinqent
ItMjii would be a hand!n profct.
I Thei-e ' iiiavj'or may not ;be tiuth. in. the
aiatttiicni. of it&e Bulletin, but '.whelber or
nut, il i t-niv a qucbtioa ot tuaejvVUeii itie
work oi'manufalcturing cotton wifl be doue
uear the fields where it is raised, thus saw
ing much bundling,, much 'cost of Ireight, ' expense of those who drink.'. Let him far
sauch wasteland other costs incidental to jther state how large a bond he would re
pitparing the crop lor market, in addition quire from the dealer in liquor to protect
to the profits the cotton buyer makes out the public from the damages ensuing from
of it, all of which in the long run come out itg Male. "; j - j
of the cotton grower. He la vor evidently a sumptuary law
Years ago it had to be demonstrated that to the extent of restricting license foi
factories could be run in the South profita- selliug by impbsiug a higher tax. He
bly, but that is no longer! necessary for it
has been established to. the satisfaction of
everyone who! has given the subject any
inquiry, and the large annual increase of
factories in the South further establishes it.
The time is j not far distant when the
South will not only be the great cotton
growing, but ; also the great cotton manu-
facturing section of the world; when she
will reap not only a part, but all of the
profit there is in the staple. And in time
too, she will, with the. use of improved
machinery and better cultivation, raise v
two bales where she now raises.onc, thus
continuing to control the cotton market of
the world. And with the profits of the lint
coine als toe pronts o the seed, wnicu
will cease to be wasted, and being conver
ted into oil and other merchantable articles
will add millions of treasure annually to
the income of the South. Char. Observer.
Tbe Republicans tried the experiment of
suffrage at Washington to their
heart's content afid failed. It resulted like with the Western N. C. Railroad, thus
the ' experiment in the eastern counties of connecting with the great West on the
North Carolina.! The negroes became the one hand, aud wttti the best cotton grow
dupes of evil-ininded white men who had ; ing sections in North Carolina, South Car
designs upon the public crib. They were 1 olina and Georgia on the other. It is only,
mighty good friends of Uie negro voter in ' about 35 miles from Albemarle to Char
election times, but were regular harpies so lotte, to which poiut.you might extend
far as the tax-paj era were concerned.1 They j your road and intersect with its great
despoiled the .treasury. They ran the city j thoroughfares, or going by Mount
to enormous expense and pocketed the Pleasant, to jCoucord, 24 miles, connect
cash. One would have thought that Massa
Littlefield, and his crowd bad left.North
Carolina1 only to take up at the Federal
capital!. The corruption ; was great. The
atmosphere ! was tainted with' the odor of
jobs. The 'morals of the' city' were under- -i-i
mined by .the: lordly magnificence of , the j The secrets of j the internal revenue, like
Republican knaves who led the negroes by the writings of Buddhist priests, are a
the nose for their own profit. The glare of scaled ' book to the ordinary citizen. We
sunlight, howeyer, at last . penetrated the ! therefore do not know how many people
dens of villainy, and in 1878 a Democratic ; in North Carolina was directly annoyed and
Congress wiped the foul blot away. The ; harassed to no good or lawful purpose.
Republicans' Jnever had the nerve to deal j But every man who runs a 'fruit distillery
with' robbery- and misrule and anarchy. It is in that class. The revenue derived from
was left for the Democrats to deal the death the distillation of ! fruit is all paid out in
blow to the foul corruption ihat bad made ' the collection. Without doubt it costs as
the administration of public affairs so in-, much as it comes to. . There are probably
tolerable,5 The Democrats proposed to take ! thousands of such distilleries iu this State ;
from the pegroes:vhoxold .toot govern j the owners are annoyed and harassed, and
themselves the; right of , seli-govcrnment, I it is all for nothing. There is practically
for they were involving, the whites in irre--j no net revenue derived from taxing them.
trievaWeruin; .ThebnljP; remedy for the j They have al the annoyance, and they payv
evil was to dissolve the legislature and put j their money, but the government realizes no
the district undccomtnJssionerB, to be ap- j benefit from the paytnent. 29etos- Observer.
pointed by the President. - When that plan j m m m , n
was proposed Garfield, then a member o!t Attacked by a Snakb. Mr. James Os
Congress, pledged that jtheARepublican j ra w" by a monster snake near
rri!sitent would aiiDoint , uooil men. ami !
would not- ruu the district government in
the interest of the Republican party. That
pledge was kept, The bill was passed.
And to day the people there would not, if
they could, go back to the old system. Of
late there lias been something said about
making some changes in j the minor offices
in the interest of the Republican party.
Thereupon the Washington Star, which is
regarded as an administration paper comes
out. with an editorial against any chancre
whatever. It says : r
! The present form of
ment has now been on trial for four years,
or since July 1st, 1878, and the general
verdict is undoubtedly in itsjfavor. Despite
some, anomalies and defects in the system,
and seme fault finding, occasionally just,
against individual officials, the growth of
opinion has been steadily in its frvor. The
feeling is that under this "form of govern
ment, District ' financial affairs have been
managed ; hpnestlv,Tand that Washington,
in its charge, is rapidly becoming the best
paved V and shaded, the most orderly and
the handsomest and pleasantest city in the
country,k;;:t!'-.if:? V ! j . y :j ; ' ? ; ; ; -.
! It then 'speaks of the growing confidence
in the District government manifested by
good ' werds spoken in Congress,1 etc., and.
urges that the people, should be on .the
alert to j prevent any! change. And so the
wisdom of this Democratic , measure hp.
been made evident. The .measure has been
legislation itt the way of license restrictions?-
M!(pu.-t(J liyJiim, Llyi iiitu further state
to-. ', wouiti iucieas'. Hi
lie-. tax.i. i'iit-auio ifii wourd uecea
iii be large, in order to carry out bin
idea of relieving proyerty burden at the
wUhes to make the license high enough
to relieve property burdens."
Maj. Clem. Dowd has written a letteii
to Mr. Best, which w fiml in thn Unnt
goniery Star, in which lie suggests a!
change Iu the proposed route of the Mid-
an& Railroaa. We quot an extract : j
.xh i-oute to which I desire to direct!
votir attention would exUud from Smith-
fjt,ijf iu tjie conuty of Jouhston, to which
IM)jnt j am iulforiuca, you have already
completed the gradiug, to Lillington or
or Toomer, in; the county of Harnett
t,,ence vin Jonesboro, Sanfoi-d and Car-!
timgt.f iu Moore county, to Troy, in Mout-
gomerjj coun ty j theneej crossing the greatj
Pee Dee at or near; Christian's Ferry, to j
Aldctuarle, in Stauly county. From Al
bemarle, by constructing a line to Salis
bury, say 28 miles, and another to Wades
boro, 30 miles, you complete your char-
tered road from Wadesboro to Salisbury,
and at the same time form a itiuctioii
with the Richmond and Danville, or on
to Monroe, about the same distance, with
the Carolina Central, or by builduig all
these short lines form a kind of crow's
foot with the heel at Albemarle."
jGreemanV mills this county, Saturday
morning. . He was driving leisurely along
when he was startled by seeing an object
resmbling a large reptile moving down the
road toward him at a rapid pace. As it
drew nearer be diocove red that it was a
large black snake, and as near as he - could
judge about 20 feet longl lits body was as
large as a man's leg and covered wit h large
black scales. ! Finding that it was making
directly for his horse, he whipped his horse
into a run io order to evade the reptile if
possible. As he came upon it the reptile
made a spring at his horse, simultaneous
ly he gave his horse the whip and reined
him quickly to one side, i The snake struck
one of the front wheels of his buggy,
knocking nearly all the7 spokes out of the
wheel and came near turning the vehicle
over. The horse,- becoming frightened,
started at a full run down the road. Search
was afterwards made for the snake but
without any successj Greensboro Patriot.-
TT , 4 -
'of the com imr election in Pennsylvania
placesPattisonVtdem) vote at 300,000
Beaver' fmachine ren.V 275.000. Stewart's
(ind. rep.) 100,000, and 45,000 to be divi
ded bstween the prohibitionists and labor
party that is, provided a full vote is
.Truly a Remarkable Man. y
It was our privilege as well as, pleasure
to meet in town a few days ago Mr. Lar- I
kln.Leonard, of Gold Mine township, this '
COUUtr. and nnrlmn a' fo. tn.;.1a. i
which we learned of his life will be of in
terest to our readers. To begin with, ho
is 82 years old ; he never owned a pafr of
spectacles : can see well ; lms'iit a bnv.
ur.na t.. it. i i . . . i -.i ;
mis "eau; worKeuon me larm
me present season ; never. saw a railroad;
never ; swapped horses j owned a sotv 27
years old. which died last year ; never
bought a pound of Baltimore meat; never
bought but two barrels of corn, mid last,
but not. Wast, he dors'ut -owe A dollar in
the world. 'These . are facts which can
bejproved, and we challenge tlie world to
TmdnctrTrf1Worj? remkrlrabl iwu thm
Lai-kin Leonard, of Franklin county ,N.C.
We hare a number of farmers .in this
county who never know - anything about
w hat other people j call "hard ti mes.w
They raise all they need,' and owe no
man anything. ; ! ;
A Locomotive Wliose Agro Will be
; Millions of Years. ;!
The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin re
tells tbu' story ot" the io oaiotivfe w bieb run
through 'a broken bridge oaiiie. 'Kinkv
Pacific railway across Kiowa creek, bcveral
years ago, sinking into the mud at the bot
tom, and has never since been j heard from
though repeated efforts have been made by
digging and boring, io recover so valuable ,
a piece of property. The bottam is a quick- .
sand, and even quicksands have limits, and -it
seems very singular that the longest boring
rod has failed to find any trace of the sunken .
engine. By and by, the Bulletin suggests,
the silent mysterious opcarations of nature
will drain the quicksand and harden it
into rock, and then, long after the Kansas
Pacific road has been forgotten, and the
Kiowa creek has vanished from the map
same future scientists will discover a curious
piece of mechanism, undoubtedly the work
of humaffliands, lying under so many hun
dred feet of undisturbed sandstone, and
will use the-fact as a basis for calculating
how many million years old the human
race must be. Thus , history will repeat
itself, as it has often done and will continue
Persons who suppose themselves. suffer
ing from heart disease because they have ,,
pain in the region of the heart, or palpita
tion, seldom have any disease of that or
gan. In nine cases out often they are suffer
ersfrom dyspepsia nothing more. Con
gestion of the lungs is most ; frequently
caused by a sudden change from the inside
of an ill-ventilated room, or railroad car, or
horse car, to the cold air outside, without
being protected by sufficient clothing;
hence, many persons thus seized drop dead
in the streets. UalVs Journal of Health. '
As showing the absurdities of the pres
ent tariff, Mr. Hall, of New York custom ;
house, explained that the several sizes of
blown steel paid only about 45 per cent.,
while the raw material, steel in ingots, paid
180 per cent. Again, printed matters and
books pay but 25 per cent, tax, while the
same paper not printed on paid 35 per
cent. It was also explained to the commis
sion that the practical result of the tariff
on worsted dress goods is that the cheaper !
goods used by the poorer classes pay 1.10
per cent., while the better goods used by
the licher classes pay but 50 per cent.
Corn is king. The present crop is es- '
timated at 1,800,000,000 bushels ; Missou
ri leads with a production of 225,000,000,
Texas and Kansas follow close, scoring :
300,000,000 each, and Illinois aud Iowa
dance up to the tuue of 175,000,000 each.
Theu comes Nebraska with her 150,000,
000 bushels. Twenty-five years: ago Kan
sas aud Nebraska were the scene of bor- j
der troubles, and now they shell out
375,000,000 bushels of corn.
Four young people, two ladies and two
escorts, were returning from a Minnesota
iuerry-uiakin2, du nday iiignt, when
they were slaughtered by au express traiu.
jTIiey went from the dance to their death.
Their names were Wni. Hackett, Jasper
Cole, Miss Florence Parker and Miss Lil
iic Dawson. Their bpdies"were crushed
land bruised so that identification was
difficult. The men. were
the girls 17. Wil. Star.
about 22 and
SCHOOL SUPPLIES f
NOVELS AND j
The exercises of thii Institution will
open on the 11th day of September under
the direction of Miss E. A. Gilmku, as
. Priuciual : and Misa Jexxie A. Cald-
Tkums For the En irlish Clashes, $2.00
per month. For pupils studying Latin
Coutmgeut fee ?;! per
! BOOK -eSX0B
session. '-! . '
For admission apply to S- H. Wiley, at
the Bank ; or in his absence to Mr. 0. D.
Davis. J. .I. Bkunek,
44:1m Ch'p "School Com.
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' '. NO SOONER!
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THE COSMOPOLITAN AND 1 K ANM ARINE CI KCl'S .
AN IMMENSE MUSEUM Of CLUIOSITIES.
A SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL MARVELS.
A W" t .. i. I it.. Ann. f . . m .
acts THAN ANY
Best Artiste! Rarest Animate I MimVK
DMLvni, Anim us i Most mteivhuns
N SHOW on EARTH !! Wi rnaiV
,V " we make no
" v a ttvaiasue oi attraotloas to be seen wiiii no other sljow.
Tne handsome and
ESSci -VUJWdinff at each Twrforaanpe her Blevole oi a sit nder wire"
hlSh over the heafts ot the audience. Her enual does not uvK t j
Ai,wiUlJuuS oujuo ui iue uiom, wonaeriui aenai
Modern Sampson," Daily actually eaVhlns an
'MR. W. II. GORftlANVr. '
The acknowledged Champion Riier of the World!
MISS , 'PAULINE LEE, " :
The Dashing and Beautiful Lady Bare Paffc Rider, .i..,...; ' '
THE BELMONTS, GHAELES AND LOTTIE,
IN THKIU TEUHIFIC TRAPEZE ACTS. j
PROF. NEIL SMITH'S ' !
Troupe of PERFORMING DOGS ..Positively the bist'on earta!
TWO PERFORMANCE DAILY.
At Salisbury, Thursdayr August 3ist, 182.
McSiitl Music Housgs
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Branch of LUDDEN & BATES.
Grand Midsummer iSale.
Preparing fcr Pall Trade.
Buy now & pay when Cotton comes id.
200 Pianos and 500 Organs.
JSfUnder our iNlkJ&umnier Sale, we otter
to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY,
AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, 1882,
PIANOS and QliGANS, of every make,
stvle & orice. at our very lowest cash rates:
Qn Pianos 525 Cash, Balance NOV. 1, tiZ.
On Organs $25 Cash, Balance Nov. 1, 81
Without interest or any advance on price.
53flt balance can't" be paid in the fall,
longer time will be given, with a reasonable
increase of price. All instruments of every
grade and price included in this sale. Tell
your musical friends of it. Write as for
Catalogues. Price Lists Circulars. This pale
closes ktober 1st. 1882. Early purchase
secures casn prices and easy terms.
Six (0) years gurantee. Stool and instruc
tor with every Organ. Freight paid both
ways if no sale. Test them in your own
McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE.
! gg"Prof. Win. Baker is my only authorized
Tuner and Kepairer. All worK guaranitu.
Send orders to this House
35:3m II. McSMITU.
SALE OF TALCABLE
ON Monday the 4th day of September next,
at the Court House door in Salisbury. twill
sell that valuable property known as the
situated on .Main Street in the Town' of
Salisbury. Teems or Sale; The" purchas
er will pay one third of the purchase money
as soon as the sale is confirmed, and he will
have a credit of three and six months for
the other two thirds, with interest from
date of sale at 8 per cent.
Biddings will bs opmed at $1,49 50
Title reserved until all the putxhase money
lis paid. JOHN S. HENDERSON,
July 28, 1832. 42;lm Com'r.
K. E. SHOWS
a as r ska Aoi Aiar.M.
cY V." '.Vi' VENTIONS.
exceptions! KTShttjJiWwi adVSI
reatsconcladlnx with an " Aerial Dive- from the ton
iron ball as it is fired from the mouth of a cannon?
THE NORTH STATER
LIFE AND NUPTIAL
SALISBURY NOKTII CAROLINA. !
Chartered under the Laws of North'
Carolina. ; ''.'-.
J. D. McN'EEI.V,. v. ,.; .President.
V. T. LINTON, .. Vice-I'ies'i and (ien'l Manager.
TilEO. v.) EUHAl'i... Herniary
I. SAMl'KL Mr i-i l'.l'.INS Treasurer.
Dr. JOHN W'IMTEHi: u Medical Wreetor..
Hod. J. . 11 E.N DElt.rHJ.N, ..Legal Adviser.
Refer to the Mask and business men of
Salisbury. "Reliable and energetic travel
ing agents wanted ever) where.
For plansj termsto agents, blanks, and
any information w liatevcr, i address the
J. ALLEN BROWN, Local Agent, Salis
bury, N. C. ;
Raleigh News & Observer and Wilming
ton Star, copy for one month and fend
bilfto this Office. I ' - . -i
By virtue of a lortgnge Deed eiecated
by Josiah Cope, president of the Bullion
Gold Mining Companr, to I). M. Taylor, IL
II. Haines and IL A. Mcnough, dated April
2Jst, 1331. and. registered in Book 53, p. 130
of tlie of.i :e 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 assigned their interest in
said Morrgage Deed to Kirk for a
valuable consileration, (who requires a fore
closure ot Kame;, wu will sell at public auc-j.
tion at theCourt House in Salisbury, on-
Holiday, Kh Day of epf.
(September) next, the Land and Machinery,
and all property aad fixtures on the ! said
land belonging to the Bultton5Iining Com-;
panv, said land Adjoining the lands of
Lena Miller, Rimer Mine and .others, ccn 1
taiiiint; twelve a'cre more or le.-s. ;
! Ternis of su'e Cash. 1
I). M. TAYLOR,
II. H. HAINES.
August 3d, 1SS2. i
EJfUUfES itke trorti. For PatnphlUnd Prica
Ust. ! for SAW tilMt. rM
TUCAlXTMAiiAXAVLUStU, MaasSsM. OUa,
lOUX GRAND UNIXKD "y . ' I
M IdIm Property.
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