if-;- lv. V - - -. - - - - , , ' ' - . ' - V ' . ! .
IliK- ' Jir' : ' 1 .-! ,! : 'vi - - - " Vi?r - -" '-" " "- -I :": - - y'-'-r- ':''j'V.-';-ij'' . :v - 5": ';:'- ' ' i-"'JL;;'' ;'; '. ..'-kj -.j, .v v-wf'- :!---k- -HrvfeC-f "Li
f it; --r-.. '.tt -. r. -t v . -. v-.-.- :- : r-t -- i-- ;----- ;'- - - 1 - ' " ,r : t
it. 1 ' 1 " , , . .. . .. .. ' - I
:'!'- mwi II gw in ,, , -- r-r -t rr. , .
democratic State Ticket. Urn aace. wuici,, thousi, not large.
BEFKESEXTAT1TK AT LARGE ;
JSISEN TTLER BENNETT, of Anson,
f v--:;- :.-. V .. . ;
I FOR SCrAEKK COCKT JCDOK :
1 Itiiom as nTTFFIN of Orsnse.
i . W "
1st DIi. JAMES E SHEPnERD.
34 Dis. ALLMAND A. McKOY.
4tU Djs.- JAMES C. MacIIAE.
5h Dis.--JOUN A GILMER.
6th PU. WILLIAM M. SI1IPP.
WLLLUI M, ROBBINS.
. fob solicttob :
TTTE "TCJBEILAL PARTY,
r, ;. . ..i
Inn tn"t In Kaleleh.
Z-yZTrirvt man thfr WHO ODelLtd 2US IDdUth,
tjudire W. A. Moore, then wd now a member
the Kaolcal Execuure ;omnmiee. a
eter since negroes coma novo-, ftp'"" t
Ikd kBDecUI-Lax-bond iadlcaL This man nomiDa
wvl the t-milden t or the bo-called Uberi conven
to: next week he was blmaell the i'realdent of
We Uetnilar Kadlcal toavention.
The next oaa to mote lu the organjzaUon of the
HMUed JJberal Con? eni'on, was u Bra, thenand
w amember or the State Kadlcal txecuUve i Com-mlttee-.U'Hara,
the a(Ucal HaUiax neffroanaKad-
" " . t.. . , Ani 'i ma min nnmina- r:
ical canaiaate tor wusr
Leary. the Kadlcal cuinberUnd netf ro, was oae of
. W DMulilDn.il t . I IltJW I 1CU1UCI 1U1 wuv .
tate at large w tue atam ttwu wm-
"Tajlpr, the RadicaJ. Edjecombe negro was'spotli-
TcsrwOf thS white McDowell Radical, was anoth-
fh J. Touni, who rer twelvelonsr rears, ias been
a Kevenue Collector, and known all oTer the Slate
as a bitter iiadlcal, waa there and took an acme
ffPj, llottj the chairman or the Radical State Ex
ecutive Comtnlttee ana late Collector pr the tJi.th
HeTenue IHbtrtct, was alao there. I .
- iThomaa H cooper, the new Revenue collector
and late ehalnhan oi the tttale Radical Executive
l&mmiitee was sbfo there. i
jam h JHarrts. the: Kadlcal Wake nejrro. was
fen the first Wednwtfay la Metftejpawaiio-Jf7
tiers ajao; the nero who wishes to canvass thej.one
state witn mot, r is. i
tewar Elllnon another Radical Wake negro, was
JohnH CoUlns, the Radical negro SoUcltor tor
Hie UaleigJrJadlcUl Ulstrlct, was there alao; and so
was John JCaves, o Kuthertofd. !
'Another bright and ahlplng Ught there, was Dr.
Rtrhard Mi Norment. late liaulcal candidate ror
or course a rew sore-headed ex-Democrata were
thr. mif h. as Col. Win; Jo lastOD. ot c barloite ;
Capt, Wj M. cocke, or Buncombe, who ran as an
lnl a warn rAdrt a nHi.iu.a tnr judo-) nnd unit h aten: I
.Cant. Natt. AUlnsoa; or Buncombe, who ran as
as adependent canaaiaie . tor congn- a"
iiUUUUU r. VTTCimf4.Ui ff cmr mw if "v
... b t...p..i nf u'fti-o nns thA Radical 1
uttie Jake UaUburton, ot Burte, and John stew-j
ITU fJl CVUW iXal WtlC Biw iiiviv. 4i
law In JiinA.
r But what did we see there on the second Wednes
day T ' -"xt - 1
rs on the second Wednesday in June we saw tHefi
pame watf -cai leaaers: ; w . a. Moore, iuum
iini-rtu n'iiira Mntt. Hnnwr. Norment and the rest
in Kalelgh hold) ug a Convention and calling them-
; Ana do man oojectea iiiui iu icouil-k ucic-
. . "7 . . . . . i t Aln
- 1 Radicals coventions permit men, who art
t On the contrary the Convention not onjy reco
v. . ,!. . i .. .h .ei.iA..i
. r. T. , I n .17
Jtoore ana r. a. u iiara aa urc-mcu. wiu-mauiuu
Radicals but returned to them, in a rqcmai resoi
; tloi. the thanks or the Coaveation ror their earnest
X active aad untiring euorts In accomplishing a pro
TTlJect which would hecure victory to them in their
next camrmiam. This resolution is to De touna in
the proceedings or their meeting as pubhsned la
ine i in, tneir Kaieign onran. oi tue zisi ui w uue
and read as tollo a :
i HMttved. That the than'rs of this Convention art
i! '4 hereby tendered to Dr. J. J. Mytt, Co'. T. N. Cooper
.1 Jlon. W. A. Moore and J. E. O'Hara in toetr earnest
: . 'I aeuve and nntlrlng efforts in attog la bringing
; about a union and cop lltlon which will secure to
g IIS victory U our next campaign..
The same men who organized and
Jt the Liberal State Convention, organized
and "run jthe Republican State Con ven-
tiou, They were revenue men, and the
most reckleR members of the republican
fa till Tli a ia mu iii.h D-lin mail. tliA ill a I
form of the "liberals" made the platform
I of the rf publican party. The fact is the
I liberals had no following and could not
track without the republicans.
They are therefore the creation of the re-
publicans a little squad of hirelings,
f employed to make all the noise they "can
' shrieking 'prohibition down with pro-
hibitioni" : Any man who can be' deceit-
ed by guch empty clatter wants Jo be dfs-
teived, or is too careless to look for the
truth, til - !
Forget It. Senator Ransom in
that part of his speech relating to the
Republican record in the State for the
I years lBQa.'C9.70. spoke of what they
did for schools. They found in the treas-
pry $(K,0Q0 available school fund. To nofc ouly acked up by the government
this sum they added by taxation i230.00oi,lnd the people's money, but also by the
making a grand total of $830,000. pf
this the Radical Superintendent. Ashlev.l
and Auditor, Henderson Adams, sav
'paid to tcaehera of 6chool,'$33,931.8."
AU the balance of the school fukd was mis-
appropriated and wasted.- Nor can ativ
oue tell! us where or what schools. wre
taught by the $33,981 charged to that!
account. i 1
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rThey made a State debt of $26,000,000
N .J .Vji:iL..L r- : . - .1.
puu uoi iuskb ayaru oi ruaa, cauai or
turupike. Tliey sold the bonds of Uie
State and kept and squandered the pro-
ceeus. : ; ,
By cohtrast,lbepeniocrats have since re-
built the public schools aud State Uuiver-
n M.A .1 .1... .
puirM me cuusiruciion ox ouu
mles f railroad andjnade no public debt
M burden the people. I
. e cau aiitnuon to an article in this
) 11 ... J. . ...
f apeft caded VSwiudling in Cotton."
Planters have been frequently r accused of
t-ic t praciiug irauas in packing, j
few such cases; have occurred and ma v
ms repeaieu. ut iney are absolutely nn
. ! i n . - . i
worthy of Mention id tb0 pretence of the
And practiced op coitou after it Uares
hmAkr tt'nV.lM.. ....'
roj,.romCf( whob raisers
.n If ri t Ii ai.b Qui . 1... . I "
v tm -w miviutcii.i,cq it xfsam ijjore anou(
he value of thejrr crops and should take
-the necessary steps to secure the fulj ben
I fi&t of their , toil. A jung)-ess of cottpn
planters: should bo convimed, and jthe
subject thoroughly studied, and such;
means devised as the case may reqaire
ior protecting Uie interest pf the planters.
Two negro muiderers fipm North Car-
Weie arrested in Virginia on the
Tlie.u vre fj-om uear VeIdoii.
t fti . u ,s.. i '-.a: ' . 1 j r r t.
! H S -I . .. . - . jr. . I . ; . . . . . -, i- . . 1 . , - . I - . .: t ' . t - .
' 14 J'" V'i I r.' - : -.- '; ' - I-."'; '-..-v-v. :..,- .-- .. L:';j .. j - ..'-' -J .. " " - ' "! " ' ;i : ' I ' . '
; j Senator Bausom j. ! '
Metliis appointment at thW place in !at
SiiturdaT. - Ho cotauienced hi j spel
For three tioara he Leld thtUutioH
u aa muue ui tureuj w :
nf the communitv. We cannot, under
take to epitome ihe speech and do it jas-
tice. It was. the most eomprehenftlTe,
thorough and exhauatire speech deliter
ed here Cor years. It was clear and con
Tjlucing, and must hate satisfied every
fair minded man that on the uewoerauc
people rests the fate of thisStaU, They
alone have sought and promoted thej pros
perity of the Stat and her institution
and ther aloue can bo depended on for
the future. They have made their recora
aud it is a glorious one. The itepubti-
y . . i.s 1 : i..i- if
cans nave aiso moue uir ibwiu; v
a without a ray to illamiue it. The Seq
atoi's speech should be heard ta realize
I Its dignity, aud the Imiwrtance of the
Subjects of which it treats.
j The colored people of Philadelphia held
a meeting there last week-in which the
atnn mii nifsiit. Mr. Purvis.
. . . . . j , ... '
4'I am tired of this buigabo of the Demo-1
jcmiic partyj The rjeuHcratic ty of j
:.. - iUiir'' There U not
i.nrtviti Mistince to-dav : it is niteriy ue-
I'm j t
;;funct," Forgetful of Ins luflrmatives, air.
Purvis warmed to his subject, and for
nw.r itiflu lmlf nn hour aiiDfalfd to his
Ihearers to disregard the obligations f,f the
i.wh i. tlw.ttftr lpn fnllv re-
cognized, and stand firmly as iudejiend
ept citizens, reserving their votes for the
best men regardless of party affiliations.
. mm, ,m- rpf- .
Cotton Thieves.? The Vyilmington
Star giv-s the particulars of tjhe pursuit
of three cotton thieves-in . th-t city, Sat-
urda'y night last, all coloreil. rhey were
so hard pressed by the police! that they
abandoued their boat, coutaiijing (about
bale in thirteen small 'bags, and
leaped into the river,! attempting to save
themselves by swimming. The police
i .. 1 . ,t.. 1 i j
are sure mat one oi , tnem was arowueu,
for he cried for help, and they tried to
save him, but be disappeared.! The other
two were heard puffing and jblowing in
efforts to read) certain points, but
not since been seeu or heard from.
ffc .& believed H t,,ree were drowned.
Tubx Oct. There are about 500 Dem-
go to the polls on election day. We shall
need these votes thiaj year, for .everr good
citizen, who lias watched .the-course oi
parties' in Kotvan, must
I TaaI A Kllftlllll, luair. Ill In.. Iumimd t.Ti fflr.
icci uuiuiu von m vkai.a
Mott-Cooper Republicanism H tall fall.
have iusulted the people by at-
teumtiu!? to deceive them with a "Liler-
la! Problbltiou Democratic" i putty and
fr tliar. nlnnf. tt uv luitlilllir tit tlllf r
- ... .n .
. . . rrj 4ipS-.rVH tll lM rt-lmlcwl.
The uewspapers say that the comet of
1843 and 1860, and the one now near the
sun, are all one and the Siime. IT, so, it
has lo.-t a part of its tail since 1843. At
that time the nucleus was below; the ho
rizon, if it had one, but the tail, slightly
bent, stretched almost to the zenith. It
was visable every clear nigth for two or
three weeks. We credit the same author-
ty (as te its identy) with the prediction
that it will, next year, crash into the sun.
It only missed the sun this year! by 791,-
The capital error of the Southern
States in the late unpleasantness, it i of
ten aaid, was iu withdrawing from the
Union instead of fighting fori their rights
under the stars and stripes. The "Liber-
aln Democrats have repeated the error in
their efforts at reform, by leaving the
party of constitutional government aud
joining a party whose principles and prac-
tices . trample under foot the charter of
Thc Democratic party is poor; that is,
it has no money with which I to hire men
to 8Pcak work for its success, and to
DnDe ters 'ine; Republican; party is
f weaiinJr nnuiacturers or theorth, the
rRI,roa and telegraph kings-of New
j wk.who are striving to run the gov
ernment in their ofn interest. Let these
things be remembered at the polls.
I - Bailet, ljsq , has accepted the
Deniocratic nomination for a seat io the
I . .. . . p:
ue" Monerai Asembly from Mecklenburg
Punty. Maj. FlemingXwas nominated
bfJle.ount3 Cofiention,liat baving
1 Hm-I incut tn .tin 1a T H'asL- .! '. ...
.' , f.n jnuiiye ommiltee
Rendered the position to Mr. Bailey. It
is believed he will be easily elected. He
i m9 nic f tiie vemf.: debaters in Western
I T.. . TV . m i !
i-'emocraia pi rew Yorki whohaTA
been split up among themselves for years
have settled their! cmtPntion. n '
forhe first time in a crreat whi1i nrptanl
i w..,Bwmi u miM uun
1.1. .. . - i " ---J1
a united front to rli Rarni.iii..ni ti...
have brougt out a vorv nonnlar tirk
"d are jubulant at the nrosoect 6? a
complete victory at thenext ejection,
Accordinir to a nvnk lrid;n;;n ru.:.. '
Un a question involving the riUtnf !
- . . " r "uwiiiw
oi larce eh nnr n ti.A
.1 ..x . .. -
small shippers, the Court held i that the
railroad company had np suchj right, and
that the plaiutiff in the case was entitled
io recover carnages, and was awarded
A weather prophet in Canada. Dr. E.
Stone Wiggins,predicts a disastrous storm
on the ljth March, next. Saya It will
wtep over the North American Conti
neunEngland, jjuli and th
1iiewherer an announcemen t
the deaih of Col, McLeod Torfier.ell
known i u th is place - j 5 - - a .
There was an earthquake at St. Louis,
Mo. on the 27th, j it UsteUiuonc mo sec
onds, during which time there were 12
distinct vfbmtioo accompauiea ;w
Mr. J. B CoopefcfcirkV MIUs. Stanly
county, U tholnvintor f an implement
or tool ' for making uniform ilit for
chair botums." ItC works rapidly .and
well, ' ' :r - .
Tim Tariff i Commission was In Wil-
miuirton on the 27th; Gentlemen of the
,;tr .nnt-kred before Uiem in the interest
of rice, pert uutsj jaud silkj which they
"represented should be protected j
FiRE.-W. AV. Wmh1 &. Cda tobacco
fiu.torv . in Wiustoii, burned down on the
corning of the 27th. Loss about v,-
noo H. Scales &
AL lusmnuw. ,wf--
Co.'s factory was damaged $3,000.
It is reported that Mott intends to car
ry Mecklenbnrg lfit costs $15,000- to do
f -a. a
inflUeice is repubUcaui str
laugh i at it if
will only tuiu out aiid do
right. ; ; - ;; -1 1 a' ' j"
E.:W. M. Mackejr, white, was nomina
ted for Congress jji the 7th South Carol i-
na district repubiican.cuuveiitioii on the
251Hwllott by one yore. is negro u
Hiieut, Lee and Smalls. 'charge bribery.
No democratic candidate in that district,
which is in a stormy condition.
There wa a fearful 'storm at; New York
last' Saturday. The rain came down
taster than it could get avray, and so
the streets were badly damaged iu some
places, the cellars thHled -' au.l even the
first floor of inanrv buildings iu low places;
hi ilirM wtpie washed awav. and in a few
o j - ' -
instances buildings damaged.
A Good Cherub isittiug up Aloft:
The fcdlowing: is from the Philadelphia
Record, and although a little mixed we
give it as an outside view f the political
situation in North Carolina:
The mongral comtinatiou seeking office
in North Carol iua under the name of Iu
dependents consists mainly of the men
whom neither party would trut. -1 hey
are claiming five ut of the mue Con
gressmen ou the hypothesis that thirty
thousaud Democrats will votV the Iuile-
nendeut ticket. Such an action ou the
part of thirty thousaud North Carolina
x . . . . . ..ii : ...i:i.i.. ....:
uemocrais is not at an inciruiuie, mi u
there had never been such a thing as po
litieal . suicide known, the Democrat!
would have invented it. But this year
some good little cherub is apprently set
ting up aloft to save theiu trom their iihii
al folly, and the Independents of North
Carolina will.be witter six weeks hence,
even if they4 are not as -cheerful as they
The Republicans of Davie county held
a caucus on Tuesday, the 19th inst., and
decided, we are informed, upon the fol
lowing persons as candidates for the va
rious county offices:
For the Senate, Dr. Ramsay.
House, Patrick Cam.
Sheriff, W. A. Bailey. I
Clerk Sup. Court, A. T. Grant.
Treasurer, Dr. McGuire.
. Coroner, Dr. M.,D. Kimln-ough. l
They did uot agree upon any iierson
for Register of Deeds,' but rumor baa it
that they would give uncle Eph two weeks
to say whether he would agree to go the
whole Republican ticket or not before
they agree to support him if he concludes
to run independent. Vane Times.
Never despise the day of small things.
The Stalwarts of New York wanted oue
vote to control the Republican Stale
committee, and tliev foiged a telegram
a n ii . fr . ; .
iroin iOiiecior Kooertsoi), snostiiutine
Mr. riench to act tor him.; The fraud
.... .1 - .1 . 1. ... O . . 1 1-1 . . 1
auwiruru ; me ciMiwnns won me oia.e i
committee, the committee won the or
ganization of the convention, the organi
zation of the conventiou won Folger, and
the nomination of r oltrer won the new
State committee and the control of the
orgauiziitioti for the year. The forgery is
new exposed, but the Stalwarts have
bagged .all 1 hey wanted, aud they don't
care how much Half-bread Tvnltzinir
arounu there may be over the fraud.
... . . o
Caiuerou couldn't have done it better, but
vtouiu is as smart as Uameron.
We fiud the following Ui the Montirom-
ery Advertiser: "There was a meetiugof
colored Republicans at the United States
Lonrt-rootu last night, which was various
ly addressed, James K. Gieen beini? Pres
ident. Resolutions were adopted asking
that Judce Bilekel. Peter Hamilton.
D. D. Shelby, and Georce Turner, be au-
pouitea by Uovcrnor Cobb to visit Choc
taw county, and eimiiire into the truth
or falsity pf the wholesale- butcherv which
it is saia. ine neirnn-s vm pnnnniii n.
ting." There pan be no objection to such
an investigation. What th ni.ml nf
Aiauama uesire is trutu and justice.
iw : . k
it is a goou iime now to nav vour re
spects to j the weeds that have grown np
since the corn, &c., was Ui4 by. Go in
wiiu a snarp weeuing noe, or better StJ,
a good brier hook, and cut all down, nnd
thus destroy a host that would spring up
uki yer, n uie seefl were left to mature.
rat them all in the cemtMMt li5m .irl
use vueiii io mop wash puts that have
been started by the late heavy rains. p
is a good time to clear the fence comers
ana the ditches or I the weeds and biiers
that have come np during the present
FINE BUGGIES !
A Car-load of Buiriries. Phmtnn .ni i
c; -tit . . t r
Spring-Waggens just received and for sale
JTOXIiV A. BOVDRIV.
at prices so far below anv heretofor
in this -market aa to etnAn. Z?'Z
gtes, S55 and in. Everrbor nn mtf,rA n
A k Wden nU9 8f Usburv, N, C,
The largest Guano rCo. iri the TJ. S.
The oldest and most reliable, brand
The most popular Fertilizer, its sales being the; largest.! '
Oiifaverage soils no 'Fertil izer produces better results! j
Jt w in fine "drilling condition and prepared for immediate use.
The sam planters continue toiuse
PUDLIG AUGTIOH !
At .GEAS Eeaflence,
Wedassday, Oct. 4th, t 2 P. KL
Much of the besT furniture is at'll unsoldi
also, several first class carpets. Many thnrs
of use and value too numeroos to mention. .
a mm sis'e j i u
Porati Claaa Hoiewood Piitno
-7 I l
will be raffled on the" day el -sale at $ 6.09 a
chance, Miss Gray, will continue to sell
goods aaii; ai private saie uqiu uic y;i
C .... i . . j i-i -u iir. :..
ruoiif AucuoD, iBuwMeieumires"c(;""u
bargains.' i ; . m. a i.
N. B: Ai large amount f clothing will
le : sold a "public,? an privajtsale. Call
and get gooa uargains. j.ui.vj,
The anbscriler1ia retnrneil to Salis
bury and offers his professional services
to the public. " M. Whitehead. ai.1I.
2f: Septi87th 82.- . t ...
;, I . r - - j.' . , : .-. j
OK Monday the 6t,h day Novemler nxt,
at. the Courthouse .door in Salisbury, I will
sell that valuable property 'known as jthe
RITZ property,! situated on;. Main street in
the town of Salisbury i
1-; Terms of sale : The purcliaaer will pay
one-third of the pure hast money as soon as
the sale 'is confirmed, and 'he. will have a
credit of three and six months for the other
t wft-thlrds. with interest frcrta date of sale j
at 8 per cent.
niHHincr. will W nnpnoil f llR. 10
Title will I reserved Until all the! purchase
money has been paid. I
JOHN 8. HENDERSON, Com'r.
Sept. 2Sth.Till sale. j.
SALISBURY, N. C,
WILL CARRY ON THE BUSINESS
FORMERLY, CONDUCTED BY
R. R CRAWFORD & CO.
We will aim to please
: i i
THE PUBLIC, and
if the utmost exertion
' j ii ,
Wll UUl unit inn cuu-
A 4, j
blc us to do so, eve-
rybocly will be pleased.
We will, sell
In Our Li je of Business
than any Where else in
Sept. 25, 18'
The Representative Industrial Paper of
xiwrin sroiuia is n o coiijmn f uirairsieu
ncii. Ter juiuv ywiwr. snqiT, oiuu-
ufactnrer, Merchant and Industrial man in
weekly, i Every Mine Qwner, Farmer, JJan
: 1 uie qouiu 8DOU1U nave it. fajs especai
attention to North Carolina's Mineral Re
m qoetjtuii justice to every cie-
Primeni.oi our Mates Handicraft.
I i -,Tnn.n
i . -'V mut. a. i"Jisiui.
Wilmipgton,lf. a.,- -
' -- ! -' ?r 4 " !-
Co. Capital $1,000,000;
" j I 4
sold. ; j ij
it year aiier year. ;
oaie uy . j . ! t . .
J. ALLEN BROWN.
The firm ,f RfR. Cbawfobd & Co.
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
I return my sincere thanks to a generous
publu? for the lilwral patronage bestowed
ptiu uiv uuiiuj; p.iic imi w JiH aui
Ptfullj ask all persons; iadebted to l
firm to call at ont-e and make settlement.
The busiess will he continued b? my
former partnera, Samuel Tavlor and W. S.
Biat kmer. and I sak for them the same lib
. i - i- .... . .
teral patronage uestowfd upon rne old nrm
offer my splendid Brick Store.
Dwelling House and Four building lots for
It R. CRAWFORD.
-50;tf ! ,
Sept; 25, 1882.
VALU ABLE REAL! ESiATE!
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan -Count v, I will expose, to
nublic salei to the highest biddi r, at the
Court House door in the town of Salisbury,
on Monday, the 80th day of October. 1882,
the following Valuable real estate, situated
in the town of Salisbury
One vacant lot on Main Street, adjoining
the National Hotel and the Ufti of J. L. and
J A. Hedrick. fronting 25 feet on Main st.J
and running back 200 feet, TJns lot ia in
the verv heart of the business centre of the
town. Also, one lot of land running 310
tett on Lee street, 200 feet on Council street,
and fronting 310 feet on the Western N. C.
Railroad, immediately fronting the Railroad
ticket office. &ci This is valuable pnperty
I for hotel or manufacturing purposes.
lerms: une third oi the purchase money
to e paiad i-ash ; one fh-rd in six month
remainder in twelve inontliH. Title retain-
i ed until purchase money is all paid-.
The undersigned will Ikj triad to show
the property upon application.
MOSES L. HOLMES, Com'r.
Salisbury. N, C. Sept. 26, 1882. 50:5t
WE WILL BUY ANY QUANTITY OF
SUL,P HTJRET OBES
AT FIXED SCHEDULE PRICES. Assays
Average Samples. Price List on appli
cation. Correspondence solicited.
SOUTHERN ORE CO.,
P. O. Box No 352 Wilmington,
IBS WOB AT GRP.
ALLISON & ADDISON'S
COMPLETE MANURE !
Combines the activity of Peruvian Guan
no with the strong and lasting effects 0 An
It is prepared under our personal super
vision, and is made of the best materials
contains no shoddy or other inferior ani
moniafes. It is Fine, Dry and in Excel-
lent Condition for Drilling.
This Fertilizer has been in use twelre
years, and has gained a reputation for ex-
mm - 1 - m IT V M Tm T"
ceuence secona to none Uro l A
If fAMQT BE SURPASSED!
Allison & Addison,
Manufacturers, Richmond, ta.
i FOU 8.VLE BT
J. ALLEII BROYH,
j i Salisbury, N. C
R. M. Roseboro, Third Creek Sta
tion, N. U ana by Agents at all iniwr
tant tHint throughout the wheat grow
ing section of North Carolina.
FOR S A L E !
I will "ell upon the immWs, at public auc-
(bin. on the 10th .In v of UHol r, 1882 that
valuable tract of land heretofore known an the
John JMcConnaughy Place,
Xin milen west of Salisbury on the Lincoln
t in rttati, in sunt 01 ine liivaura cnuren, 10
roiieo north of Coneonl and within 7 mile of
a . '. a . I I 1 O
1 he West N. U.4failroad and ihf pnje di.--
tanee from the Richmond and Dtnrilte Rail
road. Thi tract -on 84(1 acres; 80 acres 1
of which i tirrft rate bottom in euluvatton.
Torre ia on the place a good dwelling home,
ha: n and all other necewry ont-huildliign, ia
in a good neighbor liood.eoaTenient I o church
es, mills, Ac. jit i divid d into four part aa
fli wi :
The Home place, ontiitiji 1S7 acre, 38
of which ia bottom. -
Lot No. 2 contain- 92 J acre a, 83 of which ia
No. 3 contain 60 acre. 15 of which i bot
tom- All these l.i have huitea 1 and well of
good water on l hem.
No. 4 contain? 50 acres.
Person wialiine to tXamine the roperlr
will call on me on the premises.
One-third c:ich down, one thirJ
in 12 months iand ilie remainii g one-lliird in
IS months, with Mil trt al iltr rate of 8 per
eent payable semi-annually. : . -
r 1 11 tl- iiVMlTWIIV'
Auff.25.l88i V Mill Bridge. N.C.
I will mail (frae) the recipe for a simple Vbo-
table RAW iht will remove Tam, Fkecxxes
PiMPLs and Blotches, leaving the skin soft,
clear ana Desoiiiui; a 10 iniruciioniorruua
f1ne m luxuriant rowih of hair on a bald bead
I OrSIDOOIII lace. AUUrrw, innwiiiguvi.iauj,
I BEN.VANDEXF ACoWBsrclayStK.Y.
: 1IS2 2U:ly
Btsjtclfiill repest ttaryon
' SrwE 'HAVE DETERMKiEQ TO
GREATLY REDUCE 0THl:'-STpCK OP GOODS!
AM fill from tbis iay
rar A splendid line of Lawns reduced from 14 and 15 cents to 12 certs.
. r t ..... u ..ni ntcrr am) fut ml
t"A fine assortment of Lawns in gooirj patterns and fast colors at 8 cents.
B"Lad.es' Trimmed lists trom oo cts.fTo s.ou. ; ; . .
B"Gents Straw Hats for which we have had a good .trade) witlnnw be sold at cost. .
3"Ouf entire stock of Clothing is offered at a small advance oacost'.-; i- ! ,
t"A eood-stork of Shoes at 10 per cent, less than we have ever sold thebVf '-i -
3It will PAY.lUU to see these uooas. vyi an inspect inem ctreiujiv.
"Our stock of White Goods, Laces. Notions Dry Goods. Fancy GnueinV, Jfce' is
as good as you will find any where. .
Blackberries, at Market prices. June 99,
Their Dry Gods, Notion and Clothing Departments have just Uen n j d j
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with New and leautiful Summer stles.
Good Stock of Shirts and Underwear; f
SHOES, BOOTS and SLIPPERS as cheap
LADIES' end MEN'S HATS MUCH
They mean to feed you' with the Best Hour, Meats, Sugars, Teas,'Ccffees, Syhp,-
Fotatoes, Tomatoes, Tapicca, Macarocia, Com Starch,' &&. tic.
fThey have as fine FLOUR as is made itt the United Slates. Ft
25 Bbls. of the best 10 cents Sugar in Town, Just rcceiTwd.
1O.000 lbs. Slyirts and Bran vxt received New stock of Glass, and Table Wsn-
Fruit Jars Lower than Ever Sold Before,
3T"AgeBts for Coat's Spool Cotton.
Call and see them before you-buy as they
W. Taylok. H. F. Atkins E. F. Tattjm,
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' ' .'
GOOD WASHING MACHINE.
T. J. MERONEY, :
THIS MACHINE is a Dlain wooden
with perforated pipes in the bottom &r the admission of steam, with corrugated Rolerj
made of same metal, and ot sufficient weieht. This Roller csthers the air while; paws-
ing bac k and forrfi over the clothes, fjnrcing air snd water through the fabric. A tj sme,
time the steam is thrown. up through the perforated pipes underneath from the bottom;
of the tank. There are wooden strins between the nines so as to protect them snd loroi
a smooth bottom in the tank. J
The process is simnle : anv one cah onerate the machine. First, soap the clothes and
distribute them evenly about four or five inches thick in the tank. Turn on enough ws
ter to cover them turn on steam, and move the Roller back and forth until thejwatrt
s colon u. I urn the valve and let the water pass off. Add treh water, ami repeal w
three or four times, and you "find the riot his jare thoroughly washed without the slight!
est injury, for there is no rubbing process
a iu preveni, any wear or cutting. lace nanaKercniei can ue wasnea as wen a.a im
quilt. l"This Machine is in operation at Meronev & Bros. Machine Shop, wlitre thH
will be manufactured at as small a cost as
oieration can use one of mv machines at
person can do the work of ten wsh-women in one day and do the work better, j
EIt is a spjendid thing for boiling grain and vegetables' for stock. j
JIt is also a good; wool-washer.
"Statt and County rights for sale by
f esleyai Female Institute.
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA, i
Opens September 20th, 1882. One of the
First Schools for Young Ladies in tle Uni
ted States. Surroundings beautiful. Cli
mate unsurpassed. Pupils from eighteen
States. Terms among the best in the Un
ion. Board, Washing, English Course,
Latin, French, GermanInstruraental Mu
sic, &c, for Scholastic year, from Septem
ber to June, $238. ' For.-atalojiues! write
to Rev. Wm A.. Harris, D. D.j Pres't
38:2m:pd.j Staunton, Va.
I will be n Salisbury every. 2nd and 4th
Saturday a id every 1st Monday in each
month, unleks providentially prevented, for
the purpose of transacting any business re
lating to Schools or school work. Parties
concerned vjili bear this notice in mind.
1 U. KU l'UKOGKi
Co. Supf. Pub. Instr.
Gold Hill, N. C Sept. 0, 1882. f
By virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed by Nathan B. Brown and Sophia
L. Brown, his wife, to James F. Smith, of
the county of Kowan, dated the 20tu qay of
September, 1875, and registered in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Rowan coquty, in
Book No. 50, pae 490, and upon which de
fault has been made, I will expose tb sals at
public auction, at the Court House 'door in
the town of Salisbury, on the 30th day of
September 1882, at 11 o'clock, a.m., the
following estate, to wit; A tract of land
containing One Hundredaod Nine acres,
situated in Litaker towqsbip, Rowncoun
ty, adjoining the lands ol , D. C. Fisher and
others. - i
Terms Cash.- Dated at Salisbury, tbis
the. 80th day of Augusts 1832. '
JA8. Fm BMITn, Trustee.
offer Especial Miceinls.-- - t
"We will i buy all kinds of Dried Fruit and '
m ONES McCUBBI & CO.; f
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as any in the market the assortment jarce
CHEAPEB THAN Z7t BEFOEE.
' : !-'!.''-!
New tupply of 5 cents Tricks.,
have a Hiousand things not mentioned.
Salesmen. ; , June 14th, 1882.
PATENTED BY - - i
SALISBURY, N. C.
tank lined with Conner or lralranized iron,
employed, the Roller having rounded edes
possible. Anv one having a steam boilrr irj
small cost and with satfeiactorT remits.! One
the Inventor. 19:tf
Before the Bianls of
tices of said tu$ty . 1
Mokpay, Sept. 4th. 182.
Ordered lu said Board. That a new Town
ship be created by the name of -yuis
Grove,w with metes and boundaries isa fo
Beginning at a point on the North; Caro
lina Railjoad, at C. H. Bruner's, an. ruria
thence to and including the reide?i e r
George Plott, thenve to and irjciudiUi lh
residence of John D.-Klutiz, thence jfo auil
including the lands of H V Ketchie, A 0
Cress and Eli Hornbarrier.strikiim the Gold
Hiff road at the head ot Bnffalo Creek,
thence down said cieek totheNew,Cuctrd
road, including the Re)dleman p ace, I hew e
with said toad to the gabarrus Count hnfe
so as to include the lands of the Re. Mj
Gladsden, thence wcxt wifR the C4lrn?!'
county line to Irish Buffalo Cieek, thence
up said creek to the Tutkaseeji
Road, thence northward so a to hic ude
the lands and residences of F X Funy,.P J
Sloop, J M Baker. J E Deaton. E KjBlacf
welder, Calvin Blackwelder, John en.us,
Jere Cress and Valentine Propst. then. e ij
cluding the lands and nsidence 0! C U
Bruner to the beginning: Being puiiiooao .
three townships, to wit: Atwell, Lotk-u
Also ordered Jjy the Board of Ci'w
sioners of said County that the votju "
cinct of said new township be etab i lu st
Also ordered, that there shall laij an
tirely new registration of the voters ot
Also ordered, that John C. Crrl:r ho
appointed the Registrar of votep tor wM
township for the n xt general electro.
which will be held on fhursdaythe l'
day of November, 1883. AH quaiiM ra ters
are hereby notified to register thW
names with said Registrar, at Chins! GruTA
n and after the 6th day of Octobir m il
No person will be entitled to vote uaiei
registered, and.no registration wil bsi
lowed on the day of eledioiw
By order of Ihe, Board o' County Coaf
missioner. 1 " T i. .
HORATIO N. WOODSON, Cterk.