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THURSDAY". OCT. 5, 1882.
TOR RKPBESEJiTATIVE AT WBCE
JUSDEN TYLER BENNETT, fif Anson.
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FOB SCPRSfK COURT JVWiS. : j
I THOMAS RUFFJN.jof Orange.
FOB JCDGE8 :
A Dis. JAMES E SUEPIIERD.
Sd Dis. FREpERICKfcPIllLIPS.
3d Dis. ALLMAND A. McKOY.
th Di. JAJIES 0, MacRAE.
3th Disi JOHN A. GILMER.
Ctb Dis. WJLLIAM M. SJIIPP.
FOB C0X0RE8S 7TH DISTRICT :
WILLIAM M. R0BBIN9;
TOR SOLICITOR :
5. . . ! ' r I
f IT II UlruiT ItH UIBD B cnuin iui a iuai
ifmmon sense to permit.hi.ns.lf to hi
i . . .r t,.,v,i:
deceived by the clatUr of Republicanj
. 7 tl
prints ana orators in reapecb iu tuo
tfrnraent of public affairs in this State, at
ast, yp are in a copa,upn o, n.gu :
prosperity as a commnmty. jit has not
ilwayp been so, The Republicans were
ij anthority for a number of years after
tjiear an instead projwrity, peace
ipd happiness, we had"' the Holden-Kirk
. 1 ' -
" , , ' ' ,. . i W
r. lAn liMiieHrt. didouivt auu fear : and
Ue State wa plunged iuto a debf of
. f ' i
126,000,000, for which Uie people rfceiv-
flf u j ii i r I
fliight and expelled from power the re-
publicau party whose every act was
i bringing them into trouble and ruin andi
slnee that time we have hatL prosDerity.i
Stat f the Union is in better condKl
v. .',.: -m... 1,...4Mallfto Jieogli, to Henry, u this state-
:ion man ou.s is lo-uav. uy men mru
,uacK ana re-esraie uie authors 01 misgov-1
ej-nmeut aud mischief! Surely no good less, graceless, godless savage! Why
citizen whq remembers the past, and didn )e tel of his desertion to the Re
ii .1 i e i . publican party because he sustained an
- M V TW 9 SIV l " I jVVU 0 1 MIIVil V 4U
hp in his right niiud to do such
fpr. York quotes Hon. Joe
Creorgia, as his authority for saying
th repeal of the present tarrjff system
Vpuld open our country to t!e importa
tron.of cotton from Egypt and other for
efgn countries, and knock down the price
of the home crop to, rates which our cot-
ton raisers could not
Maj. Bobbins tells him th
ut responsible for any
slid earnest. "Look there," says he,
pointing 'to a passage in oue of Brown's
:UehM. ".tm.'t l.A av cntin.,
liuuuius: ies. oul uocnir. hm iinirti
ii; a i . . . .
mean raw cotton he is not talking about
Virrlf i Uln ifin rnftrn nml-f f.il iHchmv nn AiirHi
fol" what he, says."
T"E People's Voice. The "libereaP
strong argument agaiust the present
VBRtJ goverpment system is4the ieo-
pte ars not allowed to choose their mag-
smlC8. nu yet, i mier county meet-4
ing last Saturday, they did not tike tire
tftte of tlie meetiugon the nominees for
the various offices not a bit of it. They
nnViinf,! i .
appointed a cdmmutee to make nomiqa-
tions. The committee was out abont
fire minutes and returned with a com -
pleted list for Senator. House of 1.V... A.
r, r?i vv frM vv"ucti me iisi.
5s,Wui s wuoje. iu whole thing I on to a uroom strawj aud geutlyi knock it is miainoos that the conveutum, hav
wis cut and dried before the bell ran" for ltlie breath out of it. 1 J. R. iug put this "man in place of Cornell, iu-
: ttop fiH-eting, aud that showed how much !
respect the leaders had for "the will of
. th$ people."
.; Pr J O. iaiii was nominated by a
caucus or Liberals aud Republicans, Jield
here last Saturday, to represent Rowan
: and pavie in the Senate of the next Geu-
eril Assembly, lut befiire tljq announce
ment of (its noniuatiou he talked for up-
wards pf an hour, making charges and
counter charges against Democracy. He
atfomntcd to lMdtr nn i. i'i.i:
liattV IV AKRAt-tinf t .of !... .!'
rTl "-'- uuiuiuisiereu
coniy anairs, wnen mpower, as well;
' - a . .
uuanciaiiy, g$ the Democrats. He made,
defidedlyi the bhrcesfc effort to
thejcople ithasever been our ,1,, L
it has ever been our dutv to
.chronicle, by charrinc that the Dem..
. J '"loiucns
had, ahvaya laid heavier taxes upon the
. IHuiple. and br everv wav burden!
-. ' . " u
more than the Repablicans. -Rif
ilicana. Rio-ht hpr.
Doctor m8t Have (orioUen
t.l...if . .. "
"eu or pisq supposed the white Deui-
ocrats of .Kowun, who composed the larcer
anoorc.f37; , Tl,,a
l no poor colored nitrm ivlmm ! nni 1.;.
j - c . -. ..w ..v- uuu ma
yaiiy nuve ueen deceiving foryears. But
a8iiis nas already been proven utterly
I one puuushed official state
I v. . ft
ments in this paper, showing th. rt
digerence in y iug between DeHcratic
and Republican rule in Yadkin, New
n v w v.c v
nanover and other couuties, we will
F orer uie lurther infirmities of
th6 -Doctor's labored discourse, and with
du regjirdfor the shortcomings of Repub
I't'l" nhod, inform him that as a pol
itician he was the Uiinest man iu that
speech we have ever seen. Why, one
cotjld see clear through him ! Why didn't
hecall out all the figures, and have a
gotfd, honest Democratic glance, iustead
f niakiug it a lame oue-sided jig;
The .Uojiex. T'e grandest comet seen
li??!1 visible in the eastern
ioizon of a clear nioruing between 4 and
f olock.l The nnclensjs large and the
aiii quite bnlhant, is estimated to be one
lleeiee in length. '
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Senator Vooihes said to-daV ih5t f h
)eihocinrs of Indiana bad a hard fighton
uanl ; th:rf the prohibition qnstion was
h .wjr iioiibiewnup pnft tutheni, but they
T'tfktllll -lt. tr ' 1 ' ki '
Ifcoubiicans of Ne York recently ac-
conii lished some political moves jby for-
........ 1 i j I . .
gery, the effect of which bids pur 10 fna
,, .L.t JrL-tnlker. Beecher. I
nats'the matter before his peoPI from
Liberalism in Kowan.
n..r nntnml Iranulies crv aloud azainst
thia unhallowed desecration of thetoonjb, LmDt from raid work L 5 yeans, and C.
and we reuieiuber aqd recognize the force I
of the oriental proveib,f?the living for the
Lion nd the carcass for the Jackal." Nov-
I tliii-a i.i.nrV-,i,ih.tia. . .ir of of
flii ')ni.ifMi cipnnlcllre." ami nrnitlioiojrv
reoaires that we chronicle this rara acts
M jt vanishes lis a fipl.ool boys dream. I
, George Ljereu Kinea it oy eipos.ng i e
feline amDusiieii in me meat receptacle, i
to such an extent that the honest bat de-1
Ittded Democrats liitherto acting with the f
wuiiorn hivm ny nea irom q
" S SfffflSl io . H" SThTt ...
tnru to ashes between the teeth, j George
expounded Liberalism as it is, not as it
seemed : ne treated it as a mere adjunct
1.:..K... Ui i a I
iu imiuiuiikui. uoi hicu uciuuuouuii-u, i
conclusively to all fiur minded men, that
If altsallitti IB hnf u evniki
luuiicawauj is out u.gjiiouyru for uegro
wea?. A fof tLeD)
w .! is t... ' J
ism. by weaving his plaudits for theione
iuto a gionoua apostrophe to the other.
His speech' was an jhglorious saccess, for
V ."lihlllNa. 1, Atw.ll township.
cl&ily tearing laside the gansy gos-
8amer veU thaTservd to hide the black
record of Iiepublican rule, fraud and theft.
He is the ouly really tuueful lyre, we have
on the stump this camiaigrir York
aoiil uniiiH Miiikta Tliiit n'oru nnf. trap. lint.
said some things that were no! true, but
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uu is uul iciuuauu;: i?iiiir as iib in. u uoa i
cie8 of escaped idiotjfrom a Wilkescounty .
foorsasjlam. Why, he said that he knew ot
himself, and in himsllf that all the Rati i
pals, except one, whom he named, who
C.i'voW th nroliibition tioktti, l m,-
iDU to 8upport the Democrats .and were
secretly conuivfng with them to puss a
prohibition act and to force.it on the peo
P.,e "nolen.l ! J appeal to Dick, to
meut ig not M meloaioU8 as tJie tpnguc
that otterred it. Oh, the heedless, creed
ing breath Liiberallsm, the plant that
. -w ...
sprung up in stony Iground but took u
root, withered and died. I!
fln nld man oa h vvnlL-.wl nnt lm nir
the funeral exercises fleore official-
t-t " e i
publicreatedness solemnly went into con-
veution. The immense number of twen-
tv-six were Diesent. of whom eiirht were
i. i .i. 'r l. .i j? I
mi iiinfir UK tii. ;i I'M in Hiiiiiis iinii uiiu- fir i
- v . r. m - .
five were old Republicans. The other
lor iourteeu coustituteu the "greatest
or fourteeu coustitUted the ''irreatfcst
And thi is th AttniLitMl. Wtiv
little infant that is crying for the moon,
and wants to put its foot m the; batter
Bless my soul ! vVill some one please pass
the ippecacT a little nit pizen won't hurt
neither. And this is the thing that pro
poses to lick into nothingness, in Bowan,
ft tttl Vt T 1lkln Ita-ftQ MKflir Ikltlliltwiil
thousand votes to spare. Can't somebody
bust its head agin a i stamp, and put it
out of misery Letfs quit walking the
floor with the dratted brat, let it liow land
butt its head against the wall. So put up
tbat Miiirt Wii and let'a iro out ofoors
land finish the accustomed formalities of
1 licking the Republican party into shape,
1 It has to be done every two years, and
I we haven't time to fool alone with chi
dren. If it don't get better by the 7th of
i November, we will tie a piece f sponge
The Coalition Bust in Georgia.
Little Aleck Totes His Skillet in Triumnh
and Rolls His Chair Over the Ruins of
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 4. The election
for Governor and State House -officials is
progressing quietly. The electiou of Mr.
Stephens s ponceded by all parties, the
amount ot the majority beiuir the onlv
matter in doubt.. 14 Atlanta Gartrell is
I receiving the almost ;SOd negro aud Re
I : : ; --.wMf o ci'cuai uio
1 natches received so fiir ind wnt tl.of
r r r iuitv
I Stephens has carried pearly every ppttn ty
anu U1.8 majority points tp 4t,,(XX) or
lw " tu? the regularly uqmi-
l"i. t , u.l,fh'ei Ior ?uu? ""Pffse
h.l..l T- 1. : - - - x f r. . I
Colcmrits. Ootu -a. ti,- In.
to-daJ for Governor f ant fctate officers
-R8" .n qnitjy throughout this section,
M "l' 1V L T "e xemp-
Th iniliMf nno km 41in 1,.-t..l. n I
v-iuuc uckc(. wiii oe eiectea in the 4th
coLcression.il uNs rict by IS!'
I - -r - . . o y I
joruy ever given jy j the party. In this
c U8eo?5f ' u,e "eoo atic ticket
received over 90 per cent, of the vf
Ca8t The State Senators and member.
t.A 1 1 .... 1
ui iiiu iyni uuuso wjcre eiecieu without
Three Car. Loads.
News and Observer. !
Messrs. F. Se ll. Fries; of Salem, N. C,
who propose to make an exhibition of
r orsyth county, iu the way of relics, cu
riosities, minerals, manufactured gK)ds
and machinery, have succeeded in cettinc
t.ll. ..H 1 . 1 i .. o
ivctuci u iuy3 aiiti viirieu collection.
They have in tlieir collection ma
ny reljcsaud curiosities whjch will inter-
efce. as rorsyth county is, anioug othr
things, noted for its mineral wealth,
Messrs. Fries' collection of mineral speci
mens, relics aud curiiisjtjca will no doubt
be peculiarly, iuterestiu to alj. Thev
will make an exhibit 7f
goods, whichwill be a full line of -their
celebrated woollen goods j they will also
uwuit various machiuery, agricultural
lm,.,,rnieuts' &c- They inform Secretary
" mij nui uuug auoui iiiree
car loads aud require sixty feet space at
least, i.i which to show their collection.
T!M8 wi" he Uie largest single exhibit that
I has ever been made in this State: and
wil1 l,,ace Fory tb largely in the lead of
any otuer county. . This r. fleets great
.credit ou Messis. F. & IL Flies a.4 eiier
?getic. public s iritvd, live business men,
a thing. get a very small office at the bauds of tlte adininistration has broken out m op-
the Democrats of Cabarrus f Why didu't rebellion in Kigs county. the
Brown of he take proffered bribes aud shekels for Young RetHibhcan Club a very stroug
1 IL'UUIUIUIUUO '41 Lllltl MLLcllI II LI II 2c LJ I O O
M his theme: Judas Iscariot and jjeneaict w,rt,,,',4,w,t.""0 V v ,r V
a u ft.J,ia : tt,i..-i.:0 I L'cr. mid to-niiiht Henry Ward Beecher
1 inc-was seen-cashing his teeth, Others d.:feated,aranqe nireyenge met and kiss-
begin to sUind. 8bakiuir their heads two were heard to ' lay mi' nlt !'aua lo,."Cct .,ts c"ing
at Joe Brown iui remark. 44this ain't the place lam looking lf vot to Vn a 111 ,,,s l,ile wr,tlMS
such absurdity for." -Immediately after the aforesaid took avarice aim revenge, ami ine iea
vouiu4ij, ...... -.. -....I ilcin p;in'r. Itlnul inn hv tinftiixr n it muul
.f .... n.;i. w ii I "is seat uie -ureas uiiu ouij unuiaii " i - - o
uch as any county or State may well belnS:
i i ' - !
This1 Wj met nr regular session
. i. sriinntli fit LU61F
Monday, anu uew -r-.
It was ordered that Mrs. Phcebe noff-
ner be allowed $6 to aid her and her wo-
.... tttxz fnrftineases in burying nor
gro mail killed near Rowan Mills j Eliza
beth Gardner, $(J,i for isuppor of insane
sister j Keziab Cowan $4, and Michael
A. Ail tlAit f ll Till
Ordered that TJ 1'. nomas. u
iiuner for two! years. j
. m ' nnilsIltMl Reiriatrar
: " - ' r "1 "T the
China Grove Township, and upon the
MC;Tn;itinn nt A. iiarpiijr u icswuo.
Soi;j,.irr townshin. J. i P. Gowan, Esq.,
fta nnm,5llted itJ his sead. 1
-r - - , , . w c
i, -j t
En niss be paui a a owiumi,
cojt billed l ou the bridge across
t, Clwt o0 ,hooW Mock8ilIe road.
The Couuty Snp't if Public School,
made his report and filed accquut of $2,
whjcu were approved-
, ,r Rrftn iJ- nf tlio noor. re-
ported paupe " --
The following are School Committee-
,uen aiointed in: place of those who re-
Bined or were uiuble t6 serve
W A Karriker aud Win. Weaut, Dist
S D Morrison in place of J E Jemison,
Dist. No. 2, Atwell township.
H C Corriher iui place of Wm. Upright,
Dis't No. 5, Atwell.
H B Bailey iirpiace of Qeorge L.iuk, in
.. . rv Vt
t No. 2, Uuity
. ' it- .
J A Brown apd idmoua respermau,
T . . ,
Jacob W Misenlieimer in place of P A
Sloop, Dis't No. Litaker."
The Board approved a number of coun
ty claims, and then adjourned.
Beecher Repudiates Folder.
Brooklyn, N. y,, Oct. 1. The dissat
isfaction felt in republican ranks as to the
nomination of Judge Folger by means of
uc"""' " . , V ... . ' -
nmiiiittiiti rua irivB fr rnu n-irii' iriim
the pulpit and advised ins nearer to re-
tse to sustaiu me nominauou. e saiu:
V lieu 111 1SL w lis ; ci uciuru, ueiuu uiiu
l naie were menu, so wnen orueii as
. j. .. ...I It II
to Folger, You are a mere catspaw, used
to pt the face of nspectability on an act
that is lufernal." We will not consent to
f - i mif IIinT in InAnl nun StTif nmttpi'd
. ... . . r.'"
u.v the general government, uur
one uuiry the other separat nesa. The
uu"jt1"0 " " oir"",,i,,iw
element for which the South strove,
withiu certain iimiM, was sound-
the clement of the1 suj rviinacy of local
ro vein meut in local affairs. This ele
ment is precious iui our Mght and should
be maintained ; this principalis dear to
every -northern man. When the citizens
of New York attempt to select a chief
magistrate of the State it-is not for the
President of the Uuited States to take
one of his personal body-guards and scud
him here for us; it is not for liim to say
to the custom-house, with all its vast pat
ronage, supnort. this man c it is not for
him to have around him counselors who
ought to be in prison. It is a shame there
should be on the police board -of New
101k city notorious scoundrels
nation make such men his bosom counsel-
ors and permit them to visit at his house.
oit.iii t Hni'i'o l,,v nuuuuu iceiiiig oi
.. tlw, ..C .1... C..i
: r . T?Z 1 Vr.;.ul a n "n
N111111111 iiiii. ;l iiiiii iii 11m i'ii:ni iii;iiikiiiii hi
tllH St;lt fTPIltivn fllllllllittt'O wllfllll I
will lint. ilcsmi-iliM fTffiit lv- unciiin I10 io
tell us in effect we have done our work,
what will von dn silinut. if f Tim nnnn-nr
on thousands of ballots. Thev-will m
down like an avalanche. Young men, I
call unon vou to rebuku Hh Upi.iil.lipnn
rifll'tv w luiixr trim! tn vmn ciil rua t
rality, to public purity, and rebuke those
111 nigu piaces wup nave insulted you,
injured the commonwealth, and gone far
towards carryiug the Republican party
over the Niagara of corruption.
Republican aspiration for Seutorial hon-
ors are not limited to Boss Mott. The
rerenuers of Guilford conuty, in con ven
lou ,ast Saturday, put in a very decided
resolution for I. J. Young, of Raleigh. So
11 ... ..
n wouiu seem tuat mere is 1
a division in
",e !''"' aIa0
Let every voter see that his
" registered before elpctjan day:
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-Wiliniugton Star : One thousand bales
of cottou changed'hauds in; this market
yRSterday on a basis of 10 cents per
pouna ior muiuimg. , i
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS 'made to
orden Al "worv; tint Class-vefKnYeara Ex-
tn irm;r.-.in aictui ii iu imsi gTaae, and Wort
done In ibe latest styles. j - ; ' worK
Keadymajae wor l always ba hand- Raairino-
JS -iZ iAall nrompt-
T,ihinr- man 10 vope lor. i wouiu nave u say
Ianufactireil by the Pacific Guano Co. Capital $1,000,000,
The largest Giano Co., in theU. S.
The oldest and most reliable brand
The) most popular Fertilizer, its
On average soils no Fertilizer produces bettor; results.
ft is in fine drUlipgconditipn and prepared for immediate use,
The same plars ppntinue to use it year after year. .
:. ; For
I have on hand the 44 SEA FOWL GU
ANO," 44 Bradley's Super Phosphate,"
and the " Equitable." which I will sell for
ITTI A. . j . n n I nllnn
I am also prepared to furnish cotton gi oners
with Bagging, Ties and Twine, at very low
as I buy more COTTON than any one man
here, it may be a double benefit to make
your purchases or engagements of me early.
Prices are as low as anyone here will sell.
Will not be undersold.
WORK YOUR HEADS,"
and see that this is to tour interest.
J. D. GASKILLi
Oct. 5th. '83. '- lm
AS WELL AS THE ISTEREST OP
R. E Crawford, of the firm of
11 H. CRAWFORD g CO,, :
i . i
We are now prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
In addition to the
Best Selected Stock of
A R D W A R E in the
We also handle
Riflq and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
CALL AND SEE US. 1
50;ly . ;
Oct. 5, 1832.
Tuesday, November 7th, 1882.
4- . !
Ifoticp 13 hereby given that an election
will be held at the several election precincjts
in Rowan county, pn Tueslay, the 7th dsy
oJNovember, A. D. J882, for the following
qimed officers ; i
1 T.V. . . r i. t . ; - r . n .
if. -if i uuu ABui:iiu ijusucu ui ine su
preme Court: Six Judcresof the SuDeribr
Clmrt, and a Solicitor fpr the Sixth Ju
!2. For 4 Represextative in tbe Congress
of, the United States for the State at large.
13. For a Representative in' tbe Cougress
of the United States' for the Seventh Con
4. For Senator of tJie 3Qth District and
one member of the House of Representatives.
5. For Sheriff, Clerk of Superfqr. Court,
Register of Oepds, Surveyor, Treasurer and
6. For Townshin Constable.
EF"The polls will be opened frotn seven
o'clock in tlie morninjr until snn-tk! aid
no longer. ' j r"
W"The Judges pf Election must not
count out the baljpts until after the polls
are rmseu. ;
IdiNo person shall le allqwed to vote
unless he is reuistered : and no elector shall
be allowed to register or yote unless he
shall have resided ip the State twelve
months, and jri tlie cpqnty kisett dats.
nexi preceumg yie election.
C. C KRIDER? Sheriff
of Rowan County.
Salisbury, N. C, Qct. 4, 1832. 5l:lm
r- i . m-s iiiivi v v k KiiiiKi :-:.rii
sales being tlje largest.
J. ALLEN BROWN.
i ne nun ot u. is. urawford & Jo. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
I return my sincere thanks to a generous
public for the liberal patronage bestowed
upon me during the last 17 years, and re
spectfully ask all persons indebted to the
firm to call at once and make. settlement. -The
business will be continued by my
former partners, Samuel Taylor and W. S.
Blackmer, and I sak for them the same lib
eral patronage bestowed upon the old firm
t-VT I offer ray splendid Brick Store,
Dwelling House and Four building lots for
R. R. CRAWFORD.
Sept. 25, 1882. -50:tf
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan ICounty, I will expose to
public sale, to the highest bidder, at the
Court House door in the town ot Salisbury,
on Monday, the 30th day of October, 1882,
the following valuable real estate, situated
in the town of Salisbury :
One vacant lot1 on! Main Street, adjoining
the National Hotel and the lots of J. L. and
J. A. Hedrick, fronting 25 feet on Main st.,
and running back 200 feet. This lot is in
the very heart of the business centre of the
town. Also, one, lot of land running 310
feet on Lee itreet, 200 feet od Council street,
and fronting 310 feet on tl Western N. C
Railroad, immedhitcl v fronting the Railroad
ticket office, &c. This is valuable property
tor hotel or manufacturing purposes.
Terms: Qne-thinl of the purchase inoncy
to be paiau cash; one-third in six months.
remainder m twelve months. Title retain
ed until purchase1 money is all paid.
The undersigned will be "lad to show
the property upon application.
MOSES L. HOLMES, Com'r.
Salisbury, N. C. Sent. 20, 1882. 50:5t
WEWILLBUV ANY QUANTITY OF
AT FIXED SCHEDULE PRICES. Assays
Average Samples. Price List on app'li
cation. Correspondence solicited.
S0TTTHER1T ORE CO.,
O. Box No. 332, Wilmington,
FOR Till WHEAT CROP,
ALLISON & ADDISON'S
Combines Uie activity of Peruvian Cuan-
no with the strong and lastiny effects of An
It is prepared under our personal super
vision, ana is maae ot the Best materials
contains no shoddy or other inferior am-
moniates. r .
It is Fine, Dry and in Excel
lent Condition for Drilling.
Tltis Fertilizer 1 has been in use twelve
years, aud has gained a renntatioh for ex
cellence second to none. UTSTAXbAlil)
IT CANNOT BE SURPASSED !
Allison & Addison,
Manufacturers, Richmond, Va.
FOH SALE BY
J. ALLEH BROWN,
Salisbury, N. p.,
R. M. RosEBOKe, Third Creek Sta
tion, N. C, and by Agents nt all impor
tant points throughout the wheat grow
ing section of North Carolina.
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I will sell upon the premises, at public auc
tion, on the 10th day of October, 1882, that
valuable tract of laud heretofore known as the
John McConnaughy Place,
Nine miles west of Salisbury on the Lincoln
ton road, in sight of the Thyatira church, IS
miles north of Concord and within 7 miles of
the West N. C. Railroad and the same dis
tance from the Richmond and Danville Rail
road. .This tract contains 340 acres; 85 acres
of which is first rate bottom in cultivation.
There is on the place a good dwelling houee.
barn nd ll other necessary out-building?, is
in a good neijhborhood,convenient to church
es, mills, &c. It is divided into four parts as
The Home place, containing 137 j -acre, 38
pf which is bottom.
Lot No. 2 contains 92 acres, 33 of which is
No. 3 contains 60 acres, 15 of which is bot
torn; All these lots hayp houses and wells of
goou water on ineru.
. No. 4 contains 50 acres.
Persons wigjiipg to examine tJie. property
will call on me an the premises.
TERMS: One-third cash down, one-third
in 12 months and the remaining one ll.ird in
18 monthd, with interest at the rate of 8 per
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J. G, McdONNAUGH Y,
Au. 25,1882.. 1 Mill Bridge, N. C.
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$3-WE HAyE DETERMINED TO j
GREATLY REDUCE OUR STOCK OF GOODS!
v ' Anfl will from Ms flay offer Especial Inincementt :
3A splendid line of Lawns reduced from
jagfA. tine assortment oi law.ns in gooa pmierus uuu insi coiors bi o cents.
83TLadies' Trimmed Hats from 50 cts. to $2.50.
"Gents Straw Hats (for which we have had a good trade) will now be, sold at cost
jagOur entire stock ot Clothing is onerea
"A good stock of Shoes at 10 per cent, less man we nave ever sold tncm.
HPIt will PAY YOU to see these Goods. Call and inspect them carefully,
FiT'Our stock of White Goods, Laces, Notions, Dry Goods, Tahcv Groceries, Ac! i
as good as you will find anywhere. tSfWe will buy all kinds of Dried Fruit and
Blackberries, at Market prices. LJunc "J
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN,
LEADING DEALERS IN I)RY GOODS AND GROCERIES I
Sew Stock of Crloihing
Large Stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls,
Ladies' Hats and Trimmings. Men's Hats and Caps. Full Stock of Glass and
Table Ware. New supply of 5 Cents-. Tin Ware. Agents for Coat's Spol Cotton.
BEST SHOES AND BOOTS TO BE HADXN ANY MARKET. -7
BEST FLOUR, MEATS, SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, SYRUPS, POTATOES,
CHEESE AND CRACKERS IN TOWN.
Pull Assortment of Family Medicines. Buy and Sell all kinds of
Come, Look and Buy at th8 One-Price Store to All!
The people, our patrons Their interests, Our study ; Their success, our reward.
Fair Dealing- Our maxjm.
OctoLer 5th, 1882. '
IXVENl liD A.U
THIS MACHINE is a plain wooden
with perforated pipes in the bottom for the admission of steam, with corrugated Roler, j
made of same metal, and ot sufficient weiirht. This Roller cathers tlte air while pass
ing back and forth over the clothes, forcing air and water through the fabric. At kiiho
time the steam is thrown up through the perforated pipes underneath from the bottom i
of the tank. There are wooden strips between the pipes so as to protect them and form
a smooth bottom in the tank.
The process is simple : anv one can operate the machine.: First. soan the clothes anil
distribute them evenly about four or 'five
ter to cover them turn on steaih, and move
is colored. Turn the valve and let the water
three or four times, and vou find the clothes
est injury, for there is no rubbing process employed, iheiioller having rounded edges sa ;
as to prevent any wear or cutting. A lace handkerchief can be washed as well as a bed t
quilt. 2f This Machine is in operation at Meroney & Bros. Machine Shop, where they
will be manufactured at as small a cost as
operation can use one of my machines at
person can do the work of ten wash-women
f3FTt is a splendid thing for boiling grain and vegetables for stock,
EST'It is also a good wool-washer. . "
lp'Stuto and County rights for sale by the Inventor. " 19:tt
A meetiug of the Stockholders of the
Western Nin th Carolina Rail Road Com
pany is called to meet in Salisbury N. C.
on Thursday, November 9th, 1882.
Uy order of the Hoard of Directors.
GEO. P. ERWIN.
Oct. 5th 1883. Sec. & Treas.
The Representative Industrial Paper of
x-Horui Carolina is a column Illustrated
weekly. Every Mine Owner, Farmer, Man
ufacturer, Merchant and Industrial man in
the South should have it. Pays especial
attention to North Carolina's Mineral Re
sources and does full justice to every de
partment of our State's handicraft. Price
$1.50 per year,
POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE.
ADDRESS at once,
EDWARD A. OLDHAM,
,., . Editor and Propretor.
Wilmington, N. C.
0 A Car-load of Buggies, Phcetons and
Spring-Waggons just received and fqr sale
JOIIi A. BOYDEJVt 1
at prices so far below any heretofore made
in this market as to cause one to take a short
breath when he hears them. B,uggy buy
ers, I mean what I say ! Come and see if I
don't ? Open Buggies, $39 and up. Top Bug
gies, $55 and up. Everybody can afford To
bu,ya'bugy now. M
' . . y A JOHN A. BOYDEN, !
1 rr. BJdcu House, Salisbury, N. C.
14 and 15 cents to 12$ certs.
ai a smau auvance on costt
a J JUiHts, JICUUBBINS & CO.
SALISBURY, N. C.
tank lined with Conner or calvanized irbn,
inches thick in the tank. Turn on enough wa
the Roller back and forth until the water
pass off. Add fresh water, and repeat this ;
arc thoroughly washed without the slight
possible. Any one having a steam boiler in
small cost and with satisfactory results. Oiiq i
m one day and do the work better.
Before the Boards of
Commissioners and Jus
tices of said County.
Mokday, Sept. 4 th, 1882
Ordered by said Board, That a new Town
ship by created by tlie name of "Ciiix v
GnovE," with metes and boundaries as fol
Beginning at a point on the North Caro
lina RaiUoad, at C. H. Bruner's, and runs
thence to and including the residence ot
George Plott, thence to and including the
residence of John D. Kluttz, thence toamf
including tbe lands of II V Ketchic, A 0
Cress twd Eli Hornbarrier.striking the Gold
Hill road at the Iiead. of Buffalo Creek,
thence down-said ci ecjc to the New Concord
road, including the Rendleman place, the-nce
with said road to the Cabarrus County line,
so as to include the lands of the RevJMr.
Gladsden, thence west with the Cabarrus
county line4o Irish Buffalo Creeks thence
up said creek to the Tuckaseege Ford
Roadj thence northward so as to include
the lands and residences of F L Penny, 0
Sloop, JM Baker, j B Deaton, E II Black
welder, Calvin Blackwelder, John Mcnius,
Jere Cress and Valentine Propst, thence in
cluding the lands and .residence of C.R
Bruner to the beginning ; Being portions of
three townships, to wit; Atwell, Locke and
Also, ordered by the Board of Commis-
I sioners of said county, that the voting pre
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cinct ot said new township be estaunsutu
at China Grove.
Also ordered, that there shall le an en
tirely new registration of the voters of said
Also ordered, that John C. Corriher he
appointed the Registrar of votersfor said
townshipfar the next general election,
which will Le held on Thursday, the 7th
day of November, 1882. All qualified vo
ters are hereby notified to register their
names with said Registrar, at China Oruve,
on and aaer the Ctb day of October next.
No person will be entitled to vote unless
registered, and no registration will be al
lowed on the day of election.
By order of the Board of County Com
missioner. HORATIO . WOODSON, CI rk,