fhe Oar blina Watchman,
ESTABLISHED IN TIIE YEAR 1832.
n.. tnift Antidote to the effects 'of mlusu
icine is on'
it ira of
of me most popular rancate c
(uif88ful proprietary specifics,
immense demand whersver on
Int is In
7hia Continent ftyer ana
lneU8W three, time. d.yl toe be.t
possible preparatiTe 101 'ZX"-
malarious atmospnerw, icBn -
nrf inTisroi-atinfC me
lIlVIHBLllia ftllV - "
"0 a TUalaN A
j. Rhodes BRpwjtE, Prest.
Wm. c. cqart, secy;
A Home Qompany, Seeking
RelialilB, Literal !
icrei written oh Dwellings.
e One-lialf cash andbal
ance in ".'two
ALLEN BROWN, At..
j Salisbury, rf. C
- 21:6 m
; SCOOIi SUPPLIES
Acres OF LAND for Sale,
Mt.i Vernon j Rowan ' County. If not
sold by the 15h df October, it will be for
rent. Ay on! wanting to buy good land
I would Id vise them to go see this land.
I would refer to Sheriff C, C. Kriper and J.
j ! W. F. HALL,
If Statesville. N. C.
if " : ' . I
EURORK OF YOlTn.
AGETljAfiN who suffered for years from
Neifiroua. 0bility, Premature Decay,
and all lie effects of vouthful indiscretion, will
for the ike of suffering humanity, send free to
nil whoTieed it, the recipe and direction for
making the simple remedy by which he-was
ucred. Sufferers wiahins to profit b the ad.
vertijen experience can do so bv addressingin
ytneci confluence. JUHiN B. liliUJiN.
20r y' Cedar St.. New Y rk
E PRICES OF
Honunents and- GrarStcnes cf
i Eveiy Description.
I cordially invite the public generally
to an irfspectioh of my Stock and Work,
fed Justified in assertinir that mv rat
I f iPpnf ce under first-class workmen ia
jjiltnefnewesiand modern styles, and
nat thfe workmanship is equal to an v of
tbe best in thf lcountry. 1 do not "say
mat ni. work; is superior to all others. 1
am reasonable,; will not exaggerate in or-
jer to Accomplish a sale. My endeavor is
to pleale and give each customer the val
ue of eery doljar tfa leave with me
p Ot 35 U &6 Per Cent CHEAPER
tbanjever offered in this town before.
UUI attonce orsend for nriea list and d
once orfsend for price list and de-l
6,28" patisfacdon guaranty or no charge.
'uojerecuoroot marble is the last work
i J Tm WMicli we pay to the memory
of depurted friends. I .
f c JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
Salisbury, N C, Not. 1, 1881.
' Coll SUHPTIYES. "
i t ff hiiying been permanently cure
that fread disease, Consumption, by asirople
" e medg anxious to make known to hia fellow
nflereN the means of cure. To all who desire
to. he till send 4 copy of the prescription used,
ree of cbarge);irith the directions for prepar-
-'SfS?8 am, which they will find a
Ae t p re for Qouoas, Co ti, CoxsTjacrnoH,
PnA, Bronchitis, &c.
parties wishing the Prescription, will please
fllrhmpburgh, X. Y. 20zlr
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The Synod of North Carolina.
Zare Attendance Interesting Reports and
Discussion. f ' .
Asheville OiUzeos. i f
. This bodyy representing the PrlTte
nan Church of North Carolina, conreoed
in the Methodiftt- clinrch at this place
Wrdm-mlay pven'mg. Ti Sviwid iacotn-poot-d
of five Pre$bjtei ieM; naiuelj: Or-'
wise, FarHtev ilU, Com-tird, Wilmington,
and Mwklenhur There are in atten
dance one hundred and nine delegate.
The body van called to order i by the
Moderator of the hut Synod, Rer. H. O.
Hill, of Fujetteville, who preached the
I opening seriuon. Mr. Hill is : recognized
j as one of the ablest divines of the church,
and his sermon well sustained his repu
tation. .. j : ; ;
; After the sermon the Synod was form
ally organized by! electing Rev. outlier
' McKiitiion of Concord, Moderator, Revs.
Messrs. Ram Ray aiut Davis were made
tern )Mrary clerks. The stated clerk of
the Synod i RevvWm. Si Lacy of Jones
boio. . j- - . - " -
Thorsday I, morning session after . ser
vices, was devoted to the appointment of
standing committees and hearing; reports
In the iit'ternooii the pecial nJort on
Satibath 8cIkU uhm sntimitted iy Rev.
L. C. Vass, MyiMMfical agent. f
Rev. C. H VVilvy, by n quest made an
addi ens ii poii t his matter, ditriijijig his
subject int two pai tn: On the Impiove
, meut of the fTeacbers, and the Best Meth
od of Teaching Bible Classes. Farther
. discussion was entered upon bv Dr. Hill,
: Dr. RnmpleJ and Rev. Mr. Paynei of Wil
mington. The report was adopted, after
which reces4 token until half-pa$t seven.
At night the subject of Foreign Mis
sions was presented by the venerable
Rev. J. Ley ton Wilson, D. D., secretary
t of the Foreign !Missiin Board of the
Church. The address was strongly ini-.
S pi esive, and was listened to with creat
interest by a veryi large audience.
t riday miming, reports were I submit
ted : j . . I , ,
1st. On Snsteutation of Home Missions
followed by fan address by the Rev. Dr.
Mcllwaine. j f
"2d., At 11 o'clock. Report on Education
followed by a serruou ly Rev. Dr. B. M.
binun, of Umou riieological Semiuary.
THK COURf AND POLITICS.
. J 1 . - " !'( - '
We wefoj in attendance Monday and
Tuesday of f Court in Yadkinville this
week, Judge Gdger presiding. The
crowd was unusually small for ; Yadkin
The criniiual dticket, uumlterihg some
80 cases, was in charge of W. B. Gleu
Esq., of this city,iSolictor Dobson being
too unwell to attend. There were no
cases of importance. Irh factHieither
lawyers or people' are taking much inter
est in the courts,' politics engaging the
attention of all. From observations we
tn nst say Yadkin is the worst "mixed" of
any couutyj we know of. Always and
under every eiaergencncy straight-out
Republican, by 5at least 200 majority.
Liberalism has played the mischief witlr
the party, j At least three out of four Re
publicans are auH-York, and for Cook
for Congress. The couuty ticket, ac
knowledged to bq a strong one, is in great
danger owing to this disseusion, aud un
less the wisest councils of the best men
in the partjf prevail the result 1 will be
calamitous, Qu the other baud the dem
ocrats are suffering more from lethargy
than divisions. Content with the oppo
sition of the Republicans to the Liberal
ticket, they are standing with bands off,
not a speech having been delivered by
them during the court. Judge Furches,
Liberal, spoke Monday at the upon hour.
Dr. Cook, Independent Republican can
didate for Congress, at the same hour
Tuesday. The attendance and attention
of the people to these gentlemen, were
in marked constrast aud possibly furnish
ed the best evidence as to the proportion
of interest fejtln jthe parties they repre
sent. Judge Furches had a small crowd
throughout which was inattentive and
constantly ) shifting. Dr. Cook had a
packed house which stood solid alinost to a
man throughout his one and a half hours
speech. Hej decla jd he was in for the cam
paign and would run through. Denounc
ed as a 8landejpus lie that he was running
in the interest of Bobbins Struck York
and Bobbins righ and left, .characterizing
both as democrats aud himself as the true
representativie of j the great Republican
party, in the district. His allusion to
Mr. Cocke card and his eroi-ation on
the achievements of the Repiiblicau party
was received with bursts of applause.
He expressed himself as confident of beiug
elected and was evidently in good spirits.
He made a Stalwart speech which was
universally; praised. To our surprise we
found many revenue officers who declared
they should vote for Cook. Leading Re
publicans freely declare that dook will
lead in Yadkin. Winston Republican.
There is no denying the fact that the
world is on the point of a great change
in locomotion over the common roads of
travel. The bicycle and the tricycle are
becoming of yery common use both in
this country and beyond the Atlantic
The latest Improvement, perhaps, is Sir
Thomas Parkyn's steam velocipede, re
ported by Xa Nature, with a steady speed
capacity of'lioin seveu to nine miles the
hour. The 'builders confidently afilrm,
however, that they can improve it to run
thirteen miles. The boys, and some of the
young men in this place, are running bi?
cycles with great ease at a rate of from 8
to 12 -milesi There is no good reason why
they should not become an established
institution as a mode of locomotion for
neighborhood use where the. nature of
the country will admit of it. I .
: Cherlotte Horn and Democrat: The
number of j pupils in attendance at the
white Graded School is 480. The color
ed school has 253, but the building that
is to be occupied permanently is not
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1 , What Is aTliIef.
A! thief is a person who obtains and
holds another man's property, either Id
secret or public, and fails to give in re
turn its equivalent value. The manner
in which it is obtained lias nothing to do
with the character of the transaction. '
If one man breaks into another's house
tit dead of night, and steals i therefrom
money, that man ia a thief, and should be
locked up, as the laws of the land require.
If a man, with a smiling face and oily
tongue, goes to another, and by misrep
resentation, and duplicity, deceive him
and! borrow money, without returning
the same or civing therefor its value in
some other commodity, that man is vir
tually a thief and should be so regarded.
- Such a man isOliverDockery. . He de
frauded Ben: F. Butler of fifteen thous
and dollars. This sum, with " accumula
ted interests, amounts to nigh onto thir
ty thousand dollars, which has been do
nated for the purpose of , educating ; poor
boys iu North Carolina
f What do the ieople of the State pro
pose to do with such a tuau T elect him
to represent them iu the couitcils of the
nation, or repudiate him at the ballot
box. - j -' i I
If justice is executed,4 he will be repu
diated. And justice will be eXecnted, or
the people of North Carolina will suffer a
iiKitiHtrous wrong to lie done to them.
The Record of a Candidate for tbe
Wilmington Star. ' c , j '
Old j records are very dangerous
things for a politician to tackle. We
have known a complete victory to be
obtained by one political debater over
another by fortunately possessing a
document that for the time destroyed
his adversary. Henry W. Aliller once
achieved such a victory Over Abrain
Rencher by producing a j document
nice issued by the latter against the
opinion he their advocated,
i We are reminded of this constantly
in j the present campaign. Dr. Mott
was a prohibitionist ; he is now on the
"t other ; side. Ixeneral Clingman
favored i county government ; he is
now training with the opposition.
Col. Folk actually drew the bill crea
ting the present county government
system ; now he is trying to go back
on his record. Mr. Unas. Frice favor
ed strongly the same system, ami did
his! best for it in the Legislature; he
now is oratintr around in a vain
effort to bring back the old Canby
bavouet-car net-bagger system. The
list can be extended J There is scarce
ly a Mongrel who has not a record in
antagonism to the position he now
i The Jatest evidence of a change of
front is that of Mr. JLeonidas C. -Ed
wards, of Granville. This person is
a Mongrel candidate for a Judgeship.
He has ben long hankering after Ju
dioial honors. He tried to get a Fed
eral appointment in the flush times of
Radicalism, but failed. But all the
time he impressed the Democrats with
the belief that he was a very staunch
j He once issued a card addressed to
the voters of the 4th Congressional
District, j His views were set forth
upon two points. We now copy from
the Oxford Free Lance, that is doing
efficient service in the campaign, the
following sentiments of Mr. Edwards,
Mongrel candidate for Judge :
i f "Fellow citizens. I am unalterably oppos
ed to negro suffrage, not from any ill will
towards thrnegro, but because 1 believe hint
wholly incompetent to its intelligent exercise.
"Not content with opposing their right
to vote, he goes still further, and declares
himself in tavor of removing them to Af
rica or some place other than their home
in the South. '
f 'Listen to him, ye colored men :
If upon consultation and deliberation it
shall appear to to be practicable. 2 shall
favor the colonization of the negroes 4y the
general government, so as to rid the South
froni the evil which has been so suddenly
turned loose upon them..
Queer reading that, to come from a man
who is now seeking negro Votes, and who
s'ays he has not changed any of his prin
ciples or opinions ln . 1
4 With such sentiments could Ed
wards hold the scales evenly? Could
he , . -1
"Poise the causeJn Justice' equal scalesf1
If the bar of Gran ville, where Ed
rards has practiced for thirty-three
years, could be allowed to decide Ed
wards would never be a Judge. With
plenty of ability and learning we
scarcely know a lawyer less fitted to
preside in the courts of the State. Af
ter reading the above opinion of Ed
wards some colored voters will proba
bly come to the same opinion.
What May Happen to the Sun.
Washington, Sept, 22. Further cal
culations of the orbit of the comet tend to
confirm the theory that it is identical
with the eometof 1843 and 1880. Prof.
Boss suggests that it may have made sev
eral revolutions between these two peri
ods without beiug seen. If however there
has been a sudden reduction of the pert
qjdic time from thirty-seven to a little
more than two years and a half, it follows
almost certainly that the next reduction
may be proportionally great. Prof. Boss
says : The comet may crash into the
sua; next year. - What the results of that
crah may be ij a problem yet to be sol v-
ed. It must now be conceded that a com
et has a solid nucleus; j The nucleus of
the Well comet was distinctly seen in an
observation at the Dudley Observatory,
on June 11th last, and was estimated to
be not less than 400 miles' in diameter.
The neucleus of the f present comet is
probably much greater,' and when we re
member that this comet will rush , into'
the sin with a velocity of four hundred
miles per second, no one can Tenture an.
adequate or accurate estimate of the pos
sible consequences. - i j - 1
Is Religion Deelialagf
Atlanta Constitution. - . i
The Rev. Dr. Deems, pastor of the
Church of the Strangers in Kew York city,
discussed last Sunday the'growth of reli
gion in this conntry.lt hva common remark
nowadays that Christianity is losing its
hold upon the people. Dr. 'Deems read
in rebuttal of this statement the fol
lowing table showing the relative gain ia
population of various towns and cities of
the South, aud ot the Methodist Episco
pal church in those cities during the de
cade closiug with the United States cen
sus of 1880: ;
Gain iu popula
tion per cent.
57 8 84.1
Charleston, S. C.,
Columbia. S. C,
Hannibal, Mo., ,
Kansas City, Mo.,
Nashville, Tenn., ,
New Orleans, La.,
Raleigh, N. C,
San Autonio, Texas,
San Francisco, Cal.,
St. Louis, Mo.,
St. Joseph, Mo.,
Wilmington, N. C.,
12J " 10.4
Total average. 48.2 62.0
These figures are very conclusive so
fair as the South is concerned, for if the
cities show a gain, the country districts
certainly do. But Dr. Deems did not
produce any statistics from the Northern
cities or States. These may not have
been at hand. The figures for the entire
couutry are awaited with iuterest; and
there will be a feeling of disappointment
if the percentage of gain iu church mem
bership falls below that of population du
ring tbe last decade j We are confident
that the margin of difference will be in
favor of religion. The fifty millions of
our people are gathered from all nations,
subject to all sorts of influences, yet when
the truth is ascertained we believe that it
will be seen that the churches are steadi
ly gaiuing recruits from the ranks of the
careless and even from the army of scof
fers. The Disastrous Result of Talking
When You are Asleep,
San Francisco Call.
'Who is Mariat" was the question that
startled Mr. Brown (who talks iu his
sleep) as he waked the other morning
aud found Mrs. Brown sitting up in bed
with an interrogation point in one eye an
an exclamation point in the other.
"Maria T Maria who f
"That's just what I want to know ; you
repeated the name over and over again
last night." . .
'Let me see oh, yes; that's Parker's
dog a splendid auiinal. I've been try
ing to buy her.n v,
You ought to o vn her, certainly ; you
are so excessive fond of her. You asked
Parker's dog to put her arms around your
neck and kiss you. You even went so
far as to tell Parker's dog that you loved
her with all your heart, and that when
you came to die if you could only lay
your head on Prrker's dog's bosom you
could breathe your life out sweetly there.
Then you asked Parker's dog to have an
other plate of ice cream, aud if the watch
you had given her kept good time. Du
riug the night you kissed Parker's dog a
dozen times, called her all the pet names
known, and proved to me conclusively
that you ought to live with Parker's dog
and not with me."
Mrs. Brown has gone to her mother.
In hope a king doth go to war,
In hope a lover lives full long ;
In hope a merchant sails full far.
In hope just men do suffer .wrong ;
In hope the ploughman sows his seeds,
Thus helps thousands at their need,
Then faint not, heart, among the rest I
Whatever chance, hope thou the best.
i A Good Day's Work.
Washlagto&FoBt. 1 j
Magnificent in numbers, superb in en
thusiasm, solid in harmony; confident tin
feeling, judicious in act and aggressive as
to its purposes for work in the canvass,
the Syracuse convention has justified the
hopes of the National Democratic party.
. Once more the Democracy of the Empire
State, with firm front and solid pace,
starts on a campaign that, we have every
reason, to believe will end In triumph. !
Once more the great National Demo
cratic party, in every State, county and
township in the Union, looks to New
York with pride and confidence. f
Amicably adjusting all difficulties, sac
rificing personal feeling on the altar of
patriotism, determined con harmony j as
the frit and; greatest consideration, the
delegates to the Syracuse convention did
a day's work yesterday that entitles them
to the thanks of their brethren through
out the country, i
. All felt that the' Democratic opportuni
ty had come ; that the mistake of the op
position had placed victory within easy
reach bf a United Democracy : that when
a great monopolist was credited by organs
of his own party with having put aside
Governor Cornell for not doiug his work
and putting up another to do his bidding
the people could be depended upon j to
defeat the scheme although backed by
Gould's millions and the patronage of the
Grover Cleveland, of Buffalo, the Dem
ocratic nominee for Governor, is a stioug
man in the best sense of the word. Free
from any taint of rings, above auy com
promising suspicion, he has the confidence
of the people in his ability and integrity.
He is backed by no monopolist, but j he
will be elected unless tbe million or two
that Gould can afford to pay in order to
win and possess the State government
prove too great an obstacle for honesty
and decency to overcome.
A.? B. Howard, of Massachusetts,
says : A friend of ours, who grows cab
bages extensively for market, has found
that saltpeter, dissolved at the rate of
one and a half to two ounces to a gaU
Ion of water, and applied witli a
sprinkler, will completely banish the
European cabbage-worm. It has pro
duced not only a sure cure for this
nuisance, but a special fertilizer in stim
ulating growth of the plant. '
Coffin Fond in an Old Gold Aline.
Qui tea sensation was created among
the hands at work in the St. Cathe
rine mine yesterday, over the discov
ery of a child's coffin in the thirty
foot level. The St. Catherine is one
of the oldest mines in the county and
has been abandoned for 20 odd years,
when! a few mouths ago, it was pur
chased by a northern party and a force
of haiids were put to work cleaning it
out. ' It is located just beyond the
western boundary of the city, and is
the scene of the terrific ; boiler explo
sion of last spring. Yesterday the
hands at work cleaning out the thirty
foot level came upon a small coffin
that had evidently coutaiued the re
mains of a child, though no bones
could be found. How long the co SB u
had lain in this deep grave cannot be
conjestured. It was badly rotten and
had fallen partly to pieces. In its
discovery, a mystery is unearthed that
possibly. may never be cleared up,
' ' '
Challenging the Judge. A
young Austin lawyer was appointed
to defend a negro who was two poor
to employ counsel of his own. After
the jury was in the box theyoung law
yer challenged several jurymen whom
his client said had a prejudice against
himJ "Are there any more juryman
who have a prejudice against you ?"
whispered theyoung lawyer. "No,
boss, de jury am all right; but now
I wants you to challenge de Jedge. I
has been convicted uuder him seb
era I times already, and maybe he is
beginnin' to hab prejudice agin me."
The young lawyer, this being his first
case,rtook the advice of his client, and
addressing the court, told the Judge
he could step aside. Texas Sifting.
Cut this out and Keep it
Treatment op DIphtheria. The
Medical Press says that Dr. Denker,
who, during 24 years of very exten
sive j practice in the Children's Hos
pital St. Petersburg, has treated up
wards of 2,000 cases diphtheria, and
tried all the remedies, both internal
and external, employed in this affec
tion, has obtained the best results
from the following method, which he
has employed for the last ten years.
As soon as the white spots appear on
the tonsils he gives a laxative mainly
composed of senna, which produces
an abundant evacuation. When the
purgative effect has ceased he gives
cold drinks, acidulated with hydro
chloric acid, and every two hours a
gargle composed of lime water and
hot milk in equal parts. Dr. Denker
affirms that when this treatment is
commenced early it is generally and
and rapidly successful.
1882. ! 1882.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUAW0:
FOR WffEAT. :Jl
Manufactured by the Pacific Guano Co. Capital $1,000,000. .
The largest Guano Co., in the U. S. .- : i -
The oldest and most reliable brand sold. i
The most popular Fertilizer, its
On ayerage soils no Fertilizer produces letter results. ;
It is in fine drillingcondition and prepared for immediate use
The same planters continue to use
I have on hand the " SEA FOWL OTT-
ANO," M Bkadley's Supkr Phosphate,"
and the Equitable," which I will sell for
w neat on terms as lor Uotlon.
I am also prepared to furnish cotton ginners
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 any one here will sell.
WiU not he undersold.
" WORK YOUR HEADS,"
and see that this is to tour interest.
J. D. GASKILL.
Oct. 5th, '82. lm
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. H. Crawford, of the firm of
R. R. CRAWFORD & CO.,
! We are now prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
In addition to the
Best Selected Stock of
HARDWARE in the
We also handle
Rifle and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
osr we will jiaa
Duplicate Any Prices in
the State. ,
CALL AND SEE US.
W. S. BLACKflER, 5m TAILOR.
Oct. 5, 1882.
The firm of R. R. Crawford & Co. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
I return my sincere thanks to a generous
nnhlie for the liberal Datronaee bestowed
upon me during the last 17T jears, and reH
.... . 1 J 1 a . L I
spectfuiiy as an persons inaeuveu tu mo
firm to call at once and make settlement.
The business will be continued bj my
former partners, Samuel Taylor and W. S.
Blackmer, and I sak for them the same lib
eral patronage bestowed upon the old firm.
43?" I offcr my ap'endid Brick Store,
Dwelling House and Four building lots' for
sale, privately, i f
v R. R. CRAWFORD.
Sept. 25, 1882. -50:tf
sales being the largest.
it year after year. .
Sale Bv . 1
J. ALLEN, BR0W1T, :
Tuesday, November 7th, 188J3L
Notice is hereby given that an election
will be held at tbe several election precincts
in Rowan county, on Tuesday, the 7th day
of November, A. D. 1882. for the following
named officers : -i
1. For one Associate Justice of the Su
preme Court ; Six Judcres of the Superior
Court, and a Solicitor for the Sixth Ju-
2. For a Representative in the Congress
of the United States for the State at large.
3. For a Representative in the Congress
of the United States for the Seventh Con
4. For Senator of the SOth District' and
one member of the House of Representatives."
o. For Sheriff, Clerk or Superior Court,
Register of Deeds, Surveyor, Treasurer ajid
Coroner. - "'
6. For Township CoflstaMe.
J3F"The polls will be opened from sercn
o'clock in the morning until sun-set. and
no longer. ! . j ; ' .'-
j3rThe Judges of Election-must not
count out the ballots tiotil after the':pc4l
are closed. J 1 -
B5FNo person phalPbe allowed to vote
unless he is registered ; and no elector shall
be allowed to register or vote unless he
shall have resided in1 "the State twelve
months, and in the county kixett days,
next preceding the election. !i
CC. K RIDER, Sheriff
of Rowan County.
Salisbury, N. C., Oct. 4, 1882. 51:1m
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, I will expose-tf.
public sale, to the highest bidder, at the
Court Honse door in the town of Salisbury,
on Monday, the 30th da; 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 t he lots of J. L. and
J. A. Hedrick, fronting 25 feet on Main St.,
and running back 200 feet. This.-lot isjn
the very heart of the business centre of the
town. Also, one lot of land running 310
feet on Lee street, 200 feet on Council street,
and fronting 310 feet on the Western N. C.
Railroad, immediately fronting the Railroad
ticket office, &c. This is valuable property
for hotel or manufacturing purposes.
Terms: Qne-third of the purchase money
to be paiad cash ; one jt bird in six months,
remainder in twelve month. Title retain-
ed until purchase money is ail paid.
The Undersigned will be gl:d to show
the property upon application.
MOSES L HOLMES, Com'r.
Salisbury, N.Cf Sept. 28, 1882. 50:5t
FOR Tl WflMT C .
ALLISON & ADDISON'S
"STAR in BKAND V
COMPLETE MANURE !
Combines the actiritp of-Pernrian Guan
no with the strong and lasting effects of An
imal Bones. !
It is prepared under our personal super
vision, and is made of the best materials
contains no shoddy or other inferior am
It is Fine, Dry and in Excel
lent Condition for Drilling.
This Fertilizer has been in use ttcelve
years, and has gained a reputation for ex
cellence second to none. rW STANDARD
IT CANNOT BE SURPASSED!
Allison & Addison,
Ma n ufaetu rers.
Richmond t Va.
FOtt SALE BY
J. ALLEII DROVII,
Salisbury, N. C,
R. M. Roskboro, Third Creek Sta
tion, X. C, and by Agents at all impor
tant points throughout the wheat grow
iug section of North Carolina.
' i 1 '! " ' '
WE WILL BUY ANY -QUANTITY OF
AT FIXED SCHEDULE PRICES. Assats
Average Samples. Price List on appli
cation. Correspondence solici ted7
OxBox ?va 832. Wihningtwi