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Pefiiocratic State Ticket
Uiwp f?TT!f!TIONS. - r
crat, was ejected by froniM
majority, The state is wi'yj
H TOUfiRErBESESTATITK AT LAKOE;
RiSDEN TYLER BENNETT, of Ansop.
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rpn SUPREME COURT JUDGE :
THOMAS RIJFFIN,.pf Orange.
shonld'do what they tf&W they will doat
the approaching f-Jectjou. timt. j,carrj
(he Legislature, what kind of Uws will
they passT ,Wnat tacts wm ug)v
Hownsettled will the law urame
What vexations, what complication.,
what uncertainties will arise irom iiay-
log the legislature w i-v-
heretofore put on me bwiiuo uw j -
Democrats, with wlncu every oouv i.uu
....-1,'... f nrnhnaa that the cou vices
shall not work, bat shall be upported.iiL
p :! . ' ' . rpn judges ;
Ut Dis. JAMES E SHEPHERD.
3d Dis.- ALLMAND A. McKOY.
tb D,ia.JAMK9 Ct MacRAE.
5th Dis. JOHN A. GILMER.
iBtb WILLIAM M. SniPP.
j loB C05GRESS-47TII DI8TRICT :
1 f WILLiAJf M. ROBBINS.
J 1 FOR SOLICITOR :
! 1 JOSEPH DOBSON.
4 - . . r I 1 mm m Mnitlft.
By a large majority, estimated j- taxation,"
ojwinn to 35.000. A -larM, democratic I ""jj-.fc . , l)flnfire, for evcry evil
L-. Ll rAimroumcn is 1 also claimed.! fllrt, 0ffl;,.tfttl.H State. I When they had
Thisirfcrioni victory is Suore elieeritti: the Legislatnre before, they proposed to
T ?"?f 4, ul. riataad build railroads all over the Sute.and
tuan iiose 01 au , - Jnrtri,ir th Usue of
taCeJ in connection with the Jgn, of tue - ,eViuff 8peiilll
timeaib New York, inspire the "Mt taxes to pay the une. : ' . ' ,
I l JT fit ifvnnmin
hope teat ratiicaiisro wm ui u
I ioas dcath in igsa.
a thonsanfl deutii.
So be it: it deserves
Itob.bins and York at Winston,
RjiltpoAD News. it is reponeo, iimi.
thp iRichmpnd; Dan v rile system has
I chanced hand to a Nw York company,
holdiiiu a majority of the stock and tnai
it will' lu.n:ifttr be run in the interest of
Baltmiore and owners of tip Baltimore
aud Ohio R. R. I
DON'T I$E DECEIVED.
The Winston irtMi6co conclades
remarks xm their speeches -thns: '
- Id his rejoinder IRobbins showed more
spirit thau in his oneuiii" BDttcli : his de
fended liis Centennial vote,' prenonncing I Soithern Home snd Democst.
it thef uest vote o
recirqd a dqllarVi
All these bouds were not issneu. in
iftfiO ther collected 94eeuts tax ou every
$100 worth of property, anu pi. m
U Bute ww
It will be recall wiiat tne iepuuuw
Tiltnr dill silica Dr. Molt & V-OUJ-
. . . 7M S liii
anv claim - tuat tuey are B
ansrlir oiia thin winter. The KepODll-
can Legislature paid themselves K per
dav and sat 803 days. Their rr
and .mileage amonqteii to fou,p.vw
tiiv At tiftT-fivft davs ia tlie.nrat pat
of thejr session witjioat a single act being
rotih'.i -Tii til hint eijrht davs of their
sessions 808 acts 'were ratified. What
kind of wv is that to leirislatet In addi
Itimi ttliir mm hiirh iter diem, they em
Attomitt. nt I)oceitloti by a Itadi-1 ti.lrfv-Kix clerks and paces at t
cal Coalltfon rawer. cost to the State-of 8II,U7U.oo ior me
session of J.868-'C9, and forty clerks ana
na n their llPTt MMintl ftl & COS! O
-r - i t-
f hirlifo: denied that hej - ,nl iSti,r-.Tonrnai " hnb- t21.294. besides paying tor stationery ior
f,fhe back salary irrab, I 1 J . . V one committee the sum of $4,250. , 100,
for the paturo of the dis- sneu Hl " 7.v. V These are some of the things we waut 135,
that iu Cotiiriess there Kiiicai Uauiion-Aoii .ituuiuiuuu j , ,i neoDie f North Carolina to rememuer
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wererouly two parties the Democratic
ant Republican. Tlie one sut on the one
side Of he Jlall and the other on the op
rr. agricultural implemcqts in wonderful
vanetyanu uuiuucr, fPM"?4
nrprisinff ingenuity ? nntl euterpnse in
these things. U woum no r m-j
to try to picture to tne reauer uie wouaer
ful display, for after I IiaA-doue uiy best
the half would not be told. Of the ani
mals on exhibition I thought the Clides
dale borees excelledof which there were
many, though j the Normans were gooay
some weighing 2X00 lbs.' TlieT displayof
cattle was fibe. STiort-liorus "belug most
attractivesomeof them weighing 2,700
lbs., and were so fat that tuey couia
scarcely walk, - .Other - varieties showed
-i r 4.1 rrl. t
fine points as ueei caiiio. uo inuo ci
seys were noted for their milk and butter,
otherwise least attractive,' The" Devou
and Ayershirea ! showed good milking
qualities ahoJ The hogs. were fine. It
would be nara w ay wmcn were oesu
Everv man said his breed was the beJt,
and uesb snitea to ino wwr muu, which
made up our country. But wjheu asked
the price I did not think any r of them
suited his parse,! 'The fiuest seemed to
be the Berkshire, Chester, and Jersey
Red, Borne of which weighed about 1,000
. - . L : m.w i - 1 l 41-x
lbs. IMext came no sueept seiecs nu Hue,
The Merino! showed their qualities well,
though very small. The Southdowns
were beautiful, of good size ajfid weight.
The bijj, long-legged Uotswolu, thongli
not so very nice, excelled all others in
wool and carcass. But time Would fail
me to tell of the fon ts, the Floral depart
ment, the mineral department, which re
minded me of T. K. B's laudable effort to
bring forwardythe mineral interests of my
native State,. must pass oyer the fruits,
grains, the cakes, canned fruits, the art
gallery, the household department, &c.
The fair groquds are situated iu a beau
tiful park, capable of acconuupdating over
000 people. I here were, said to be I
000 iu attendance on i lutrsday. .
C. P. S.
lilil UJI-suUIIIjI) lilSiD liliS ! !
North Carolina at Iloston.
At length the ice is bnken, and thanks
to the Richmond panville Railroad and
tlie energy orCol. Andrews, Captain C.
CJMcPhail and the otla-r pfiicer ,of that
company, North Carolina presents a bright
aud shining- place among her sisters at
the Boston Exposition; It is with Ileal
satisfaction that we cen template the! idea
that hereafter we are not to be known
We have now received our) FALL AND WINTER STOCK of Good.
merely as the tar, pitch and turpentine Our patrons and the public know that we, have 'always kept a first-elass
Mate, as tue oia geograpnersnseq to nave i:nA r : Antn ti,;0 .AV v JaiJ
tti but that onrriebnd varied, resources wm " '' 0 M. w Vucr un
attract attention and challenge the admi-1 oest and prettiest line ot Dress Uooas, lritnmings. Ulotning, lient s f ur
SSyEffiaSEn lue nihiog Good9( &o., ever bought to thi, market.
keeps standing in iu coluuius a pipce of j because the Republicans claim that they
mijtter headed "The Original Prphibition
have another Republican
are coiug to
STySS "'C" " rak",;,,er dr? We m;.,,n, U, this BubjtaSaiU. -
on winch side reaueisui usmouj- 7 Aeir and Observer.
rt I 1.. . l. i. . rni, ' I
posite side. IIo desired
idietice if elected on which Ride readers ot newspapers hp "o
he vote and sit. Calls beiuir made well informed iu such mutters. -..The i bill
Mr. Bruner: Please inform your rea-
fromthe audience. Bobbins stepped aside puiblished by the State Journal Sevier
it :... .I... oMl.n.irfixi a Totft nf the tieonle of the the oost ffice has uot been moved. Suf-
of tlik Bourbot Democrat- in rt? h,t. n.l therefore i uoL under consid- fient time has elapsed to detonniue the
V gej. "'" luio a nat-iooted Kepublicau pmtinn in anv resnect ' and never has
been, That bill, which is now published
endotse'nicut was futile. This evident
lost fiim votes by the score. . Among the f t?e purpose of deception, has the fol-
itepauiicans the results of the discussions, lowing section?
The suggestion made before' he Tariff
Fraud Commission at Wilmington that
chalk should be protected, coupled with
the admission that it is now 4rourht in
as ballast, free of duty, and is given away,
has put the country in a broad-grin, and
has done more perhaps, to bring the whole
question of protection iu to r.dicnle', than
tlie most powerful argument in behalf of
free trade could have accomplished, We
would like to have been present at the
Una long article the . Boston Journal of
North Carolina and makes kind comment
upou the rich specimens of copper, the
silver ores, the cold aud the irouJ that
contribute so large a part of oar uudo
Our stones, so varied as to be almost
countless, next are made to pass in re
view, and finally, of our woods the Jour-
Hal of Commerce says:
i "In wood a very extensive and varied
display is made iu finished and unfinished
woods of all kiuds, each specimen being
neatly labelled aud : easy of relereuce.
Oak, pine, walnut, poplar, maple, willow,
elm, locus, plum, hickory, gum, j birch,
cherry, dogwod, hwtulock, grapevine,
holly, persimmon, chestnut, red cedar,
aud many other varieties and represented
by specimens of a number of species ot
each, bectious of curly popular aud wal
nut trees are shown very uearlr five feet
in diameter. "
"A large exhibit of persimmon, dox
wood and sourwood,-for shuttle blocks aud
bobbins, and oak aud hickory, foiv spokes
etc., is furnished by William H. Suow
Hiah Point, N. C. Mr. Snow sougl
South on account of his health, and with
but little money, aud is now the propue
tor of an immense and growing business.
which is increasing; almost beyond his
producing capacity. : Thomas McMahon,
of Greensboro, N, C exhibits 'spokes.
handles and rims, which are of splendid
material aud commendable workmanship.
Before you buy see our Embroidered Cashmeres and Ladies CIot in
Ladies Kid Gloves undressed and 'finished. .
Hamburgh all new patterns.
Boys' Suits, from 5 to 10 years of age.
CARPETS and RUGS of Select Patterns.
Cobden Club when the intelligence of this
w.siiinifrnn ra-. event ai ti veil from America, "A Piece
We learn that a counter petition was
not duly at this nlace. but in other sec-
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nrot the counryi were unsatisfactory,
'I hey recognize the fact that, as between
.the jpast ioHtical : records of York apd
itobbius; so fur as their Democracy is pon
cerned, they are called jiMn to vote for
iSec. 7 (in wart). That thisact shall have
no force nor effect until the 1st day oj
May. A, D, 18dl ; and on aud aitertuai
dy it shall have full force anu effect:
That if at an election to be held
l Mrof Tl.iii-wiluv- in- Aturfiat. A. D.
tlie bitterer man of the two. and from the ia9 iini-irv f thn s. votes so cast be
besfc Hroi wation .we can gam the great Ueaiust nrohibitiou. thetl and iu that case the city, ana was got up
nwJ9"ty ' the. Kepublicau iu this couu- Herson shall be prosecuted or punishl the sly Those in favor of the removal
r7 I !. 7 w.w 1VI 4-i Vlf l
ins that the once be allowed to remain
where it is, and that being larger than
the one-asking the removal, the Post of
fice officials declined to make the order.
This latter petition does not represent
the larger portion of the business meu of
trot ud somewhat on
PfiicsntEKTi a l Interference.- We are
greatly mistaken if the people of North
Carolina do not giTe unqualified sentence
of jfoudemnati n -against the republican,
ph pcou?it of (io interference of Mr.
Airrjior in , the jiolitica.l affairs of this
fctate. ot satisfied with theresults of
his juteifei-ence in the State pf New York,
he lias turned his attention especially to
Jlie'lMHitest now going on in the 7th Con-
gres.sional District of North Carolina.
Ilejias instigated one of his nnderstrap-
per, ueo. u. Uormnn, to write a letter
to Mr. C, L. Cook, for the purpose of in-
T riiitt tk rr lit
rl Vl," ,,", yu-' u, cauvass in oruer.
to secure, if possible, the election of Dr.!
Gorman tells Mr. Cook that the
President wants York elected, and that
"fi j;wok' 8,,0ld not only get out of the
v way but help to secure York?s success.
J for anv violation of the provisions ot
this Act committed pi io'r to the meeting
of the next General Assembly,
As has been said above, the bill con
taining the above section never passed
the Legislature, and it is now published
by the opponents of the; Democratic par
ty for the purpose of deluding voters, and
making people believe that they are lia
ble to indictmeut for selling liqnor until
what i called the "original bill" is re
The Prohibition bill which did pass the
legislature of 1881, and which was sub
mitted to a vote of tho; people, contained
tie "following provision,:
Sec. 7. That an election shall be held
by the qualified electors in the State on
the first ThursdiTy-iu August next (1881),
to take the sense of the electors of this
State upon the question of prohibition :
those desiring prohibition shall vote a
printed or writteu ticket with the words
4jFor Prohibition" oh it, those opposed to
prolnbitiou shall vote a written or print-
mnst try again, and we trust when the
Department know all the facts iu the
case there will be no hesitation to com
ply with the reasonable request of the
; V e are coming to pretty pass when
I'inVs chief public servant so far
forirets his dntv ami ruinM W i. bition" on it. l he election herein p
wiA, ,.4 j , ... " ff. - fi. . ;.. ; n ded for in this sect'on shall be held under
wlw puthim inofficens to prostitute his the same rules and regulations and thei e
high position to the wicked purpose of turns to bemiade as are now provided for
atti.npting to coutriil the elections in by law lor the election of judges of the
fh States. He was elected to executa SuPe,ior Court, and the Board of Coiiwty
laws of the Countrv. f.irhfnirV Counmssioners of the several counties of
. . "'' " uie oiare suau, iu me manuer tnerein
nllfl II A lino ni miiM 4- I :i 1 .a. L;
Flaggtown, N. C, Oct. 8th, '82.
Friend Bruner :
There is a dearth of news just now and
the only good thing I can write you is
that J. M. Browo, of Troy, a promising
young lawyer, has been put forward as
the Democratic candidate to represent
this senatorial district in the next legis
lature in opposition to George A. Gra
ham, liberal Republican. A negro is al
so in the field which gives us very good
hope of a Democratic success.
Some gold is being found by the "gou
gers" but not much by Northern capital
ists. 1 he cotton crop will be much bet
ter than was first anticipated and a late
frost will ensure an average crop.
Prof. Hamilton's school is growing both
in popularity and number, and is worthy
the patronage of all classes, j Cabarrus,
Union, Richmond, Montgomery and pa
vidson, are well represented.
A Teacher's lustitute, under the direr-,
tion of Superintendent ving is iu ses
sion at Troy.
ing essay by Mjr. Huxley (w believe)
several years ago, in which the geological
formation of England was explained, but
the woudert therein described are eclipsed
by this new idea of laying a tariff on the
siib-stratuin of Great Britain . Chuilotte
An Anecdote with a Moral. Tom
Hardemon, Democratic Candidate for
Congressman -at-Iarge in Georgia, says:
"A man who. professes to be a Demo
crat has no right to refuse to supjjort his
party just because he may bo diaapm Lit-
eu iu uis cuoice, fe would bo like the
man who got tired of living, or thought
he was, aud went into his stable, took a
bridle as a halter and hung himself to a
latter. He was .discovered by a neighbor
just before life was extinct, and cut down.
On being restored he said: 'Oh why did
you cut me down f In a few minutes I
would have been, walking the gulden
streets of the Nw-Jerusalem !' Yesre-i
plied the neighbor, 'and a of a figure
you would have-cut in the streets of the
VT 1. a. m
rvew Jerusalem witu a blind bridle on
IP Thanh for past Patronage, j -. v !
; j JONES, McCUBBIlIS & CO,;.. .
s HEW f AtL 4
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES!
'"f" ai,u "as no more right to prescribed, appoint registrars and judges
interfere in the political affairs of this or .of aid election : Provided, That il at the
- anr other Shite ' Mmn i. f,n r i:.. ssiid election a inaioritv of the votes so cast
Our people all know that. Mr. C oJ k J6 "A8t PH'ibitiop," fidi tAaf
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" tf V 7 He" an cnaidate m the Med for amj violation of this Act ; AM it
hehj, and we are greatly mistaken if Ire further provided, That upou the count-
doja't rebuke, this attempt to rule him off in8 of t,ie ballots as aforesaid, the
asit deserves. Governor of the State shall issue his pro-
ilmmo i.iio i4 4, . elamation and declare the i-esult thereof.
MTST:mmk i Kl.t.tt.U! U-t lb. Pmi.iW-
pwpieof the 7th District turn out to a ! i lf , ' .
V In nd vote theiix whole stren- bW T C,ntd
Stiu. M. Bobbins. ifHeU the onlvVunl r ? declarat,oni t,,at ,f a maJor1
VS .. tl m"J cftn- of the votes was "Aiiinst Pr.vl.ii.il i.,.,"
. 3 I f V t:M -rm ; fMJ' limit
Cou1d 00 o atsS service to as iu Con
. grss, and therefore the one especially
uescrviug the pupport i the people,
a he Presidential parrv are i the
Carl Schnrz (and if you don't know how
to pronounce his name- we will tell you
it is pronounced "shirts") is almost ready
to tear his garment of similar nomencla
ture when he thiuks about the Stalwarts
in New York. : Schurz affects a sort of
Miss Nancyism in iolitics, a la George
William Curtis and in his paper, the
Evening Pott, he says, with a mild digf
nity eminently becoming iu a man with
out a party, that in view of what the
Stalwarts have already done "it would be
rash to fax a limit to their defiance ot pub
lic opinion." You are right Carl, very
right, aud if you will ouly wait a little
while you will see.thu result of this reck
less defiance of public opinion in the big-
irest evelime tli liua ever sfrupL the
Mr. Editor : W ill you accent a few lines ILulicnl mu.-hinp Pi.rii.f t .7nr
C. .LI- llf - .. . I -, ww. ......
iioui hub eieru cuj. i leit, on the xu
of October, Witt, 111., for Butler, where I
speut Uie night with Dr. M. L. Mover, Republican politicians had a speakiug
formerly 'of Rowan, who is practicing there here last Satunlav. The meetintr broke
successfully, We walked out to look at up in a ueueral row. It seems that Bob
the town nt night, and topk occaRiou to Eleui was occupving the stand wheu
call at the hotel, where I was introduced Charles Cole, a man with straiirht hair
to a number of citizens, anion ir them sev- mid r n hiti aL-in utrtm.iii t ninnnt tK
jen lovely girls, but I cbuld not remember box alwi. At this Elaui obiected and
their names longer than I heard them, pushed Cole dewn. From that a scuffle
Nevertheless, I picketl out one (the pret- for the possession of the box followed,
ucbij anu lound her quite interestiiur. aud the tiieruls of ar.h imrtv rallvinir iu
the support of their man, the frolic be-
For Sale Cheap
A First Class Railroad Ticket, from
Asheville. N. C. to ban Antonio. Texas, Via
Morristown, Knoxviile, Atlanta, Montgom
ery, New Orleans and Houstsn. Good till
October illst. Enquire at Watchman Uf
STRAYED OK STOLEN, From
my pasture last Monday night, a large
black Mare Mule, with a kuot on her right
hind leg. Information in regard -to same
may be seut to my address at V ilhi t ran-
ca, Rowau county. o. V Caix,
Refined Cotton Seed Oil,
far Cooking purposes, at
J. I). McNEELY'S.
A valuable substitute for
Lard, at J. D. McNeelt's.
TUTT'S PILL . A SUGAR PLUM
Terr's Pills are now covered over with a
vanilU Migar coaling, making theoa a pleuant
lofwallow ana liule Kiigar lum, and under
ing llieui agreeable lo the aioi drlic;ite etoai
ath. They cure sick headache and LSIIiou colic
They give appetite and fle.h to ihe iJy.
They cure dyspepsia and nouiish the pys
tem. They cure fever and ague, cosdveness, ect.
Isold everywhere, 'id cents a box.
Large Stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls, :
Ladies' Hats and Trimmings. Men's Hats and Caps.' Full Stock of Glass andiv
Table Ware. New supply of 5 Cents Tin W are. Agents for Coat's Spool Cottsn.
BEST SHOES AND BOOTS TO BE HAD IN ANY HABSET. J
BEST FLOTJR, MEATS, SyGARS TEAS, COFFEES, 8YRUPS, POTATOES,
CHEESE AND CRACKERS IN TOWN. - i
Full Assortment of Family Medicines. Buy and Sell all kinds of -
r COUNTRY PRODUCE.
j Come, Look and Buy at the One-Price Store to All!
Tlie people, our patrons Their interests, Our stndy Their success, our reward.
Fair Dealing Our maxim.
OctbLer 5th, 1882.
For the Wstchman.
A Week in St. Louis.
SUCCESS AT LAST,
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bllllous attacks
positively cared wlta Emory's Standard Cure Pills
an lnfaluble remedy : never frails to cure the most
obstinate, long standing cases where quinine and
all other remedlts had failed. Tliejr are prepared
expressly for malarious sections. In double boxes,
two kinds ot PlUs, containing: a strong cathartic and
a chill breaker sugar-coated; containing no oulnlne
or Mercury, causing no griping or purging; they are
mild and efficient, certain in jthelr action and harm
less In all cases ; they effectually cleanse the system
nd rive new Ute and tone to the body. As a house
hold remedy they are unequaled. For Liver com
plaint their equal Is not known ; one box will have
a wonderful effect on 'the worse case. They arc
used and prescribed by physicians, and sold by
druggists everywhere, or sent -by mall, 25 and so
cent boxes. Emory's Little Cathartic mis, dcst,
ever made, only 13 cents. Standard Cure Co. 114
Nassau street, ew lorii. vkij
FOR SALE Y J. H, ENNISS.
llale for flnn-TPM In Klo' rv:: 4 ... . i
It- - . 1.4.' . . wo person should be nroseaited for riolatia Sext murn'me I hniirriW the. Main fr
LU4renrejunE i rno tumniu 1 i - j i - . - "
a$- .. . ? L - r T """f-v "iiheAeL ' i uvuw. it was crowded to overflow ni-. i.rtr .m,.UP,.i Ti,Um.,r i.rifr
r -;, 1 nl A , . - . O- I w K' -w -k f kVIIVI MB A MV UIWJ wa
J And the Supreme Coart of North Caro- t .n-.'4 1 -facuon w me at. and constable Were present and arrested
lina has decided that th Prohibition hill L; ors in the aftair, when
. iUamMS UCl,-VUrK OI 1FOU. 1 IOOK A
voted on in Ann8t, i881t is not now a I stroll over a part of tho city; and wonld
iau ana.never has been.
. : u to i ii .fin fliwn
j;blt of hacking up, their schemes by a
plentiful supply of money, but under the
ovei rnling wisdom aud power of God and
ail eabest peopje tjie macliiuations of the
wicked are uverf.hnirn
Let the miserable attempt at deception
be exposed by the Democratic Press of
tlie state, find the tricks of tho Republi
can- Radical-Liquor-f Anti- Prohibitiou-
Liberal-Conglomeintpd-Me&it be denoun
ced. ! '
Col. Ike Young, the '-kiug-"bW of the
Rads, mounted the box aud commanded
tho peace. Henderson Gold Leaf.
The regular Auuual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Dutch Creek Mining
Coinpauy, (which has been postponed)
will be held in Salisbury, N. C. on
Thursday, Oct. 19th, 1882.
J. J. MSWMAX,
OPERA 3SEALL 2
FRIDAY Even's, OCT. 13,
Armstrong Bros.' Minstrels aiOrass
'INVENTED AXD PATENTED BY
T. J. MERONEY, SALISBURY, N. C.
THIS MACHINE is a plain wooden tank lined with copper or galvanized iron,
with perforated pipes in the bottom for the admission of . steam, with, corrugated Roler,
made of same metal, and of suflioient weight. This Roller gathers the air.hile pass
ing back and forth over the clothes, forcing air and water through the fabric. Atanje
tinie the steam is throw u up through tlie perforated pipes Underneath from the bottom
of tlie tank. There are wooden strips betweeu the iipea so as to protect them audMorni
t a cmhnl li linttMivt. ?ii tl,. tunlr'
Tlie process is simple : anv one can operate the machine-. First, soap the clothes and
listribute them. evenly about four or five inches thick in the tank. Turn on enough
er to cover themturn on steam, and move the Roller back and forth until the w ater
is colored. Turn the valve and let the water pass off. Add fresh water, and repeat this
hree or four times, and you 'find 'the clothes are thoroughly washed without the slight-
tt lajury, for there is no rubbing process employed, tlie Holler having rounded eages u
us t prevent any wear or cutting. A lace handkerchief ran be washed as well as a oeu
quilt. JSTThis Machine is in operation at Mtroney ii Bros. Machine1 Shop, where they
will be manufactured at as small a cost as possible. Any one having a steam boiler la
operation can use one of my machines at small cost and with satislactory results.
lerson can do the work of ten wash-women in one day and oo tne work oeiter.
UHK Lrjftvs.--About the 8th or 9th off ,,e Prohibition bill is not now before
0t. 1841, Col. Samuel Lemlt, for many the-oople, aud ;ihe man.who saya it is,
V fears nrecedinsr a iti7n '-t 1 is trviDif' to deri rni vntn'
.L,:. i..,T : " v 1cp, r this nlace.V nn ita wfnrft..- I
"ie Premises now nni.j ki : m m m h.. 1 Mm
hB goods iu tiro or three four-rmrtA dividual soldiers in Egypt seeuiV prove teuse to dfiv'e out abunda nt mniaf n rt.
ojiS and moved his family and fortnueto ht England has still some manhood, to pro e Uad a bird's eye view of tho city
fe West. He never returned to re-visit 8how Iu a haa to hand encounter be- !" ali "f m,?(k 6 f irregularity, Next
ween an Aral, trooper and an Engljs?, where thejr would ?3 in i big biockof
Life Guardsman, the latter 'did a feat Hou attine end'of the piill aud passing t
which ia often shown on the bodies of iu- through the rollers it came ont the other
offensive sheep at au ussault-at-arms, and eud f m a1 1,oaome nfty feet long. Then
cuthia.aiitair.iuiak eln i. t -r,""' M" mr notei, several
Including Billy Armstrong, the popular
Favorite Aged Negro Impersonation, bena
)ls old home, though members of hi fntn
. Jly have occasionly called in to spend a
J? --th l,,eir Bistfr' Mrs.
h Shavca-. Col. Lemly was an enei "et-
v uuaiuess mau, and an exemnlarv al.l
we started back for
eau in two atoue .'.!. nff an. 1. r" "
j pf tlie Presbyterian Church. He passed torke' The 'gunnel, Hk., wjio worked way we had to foot it 60108
; to his reward years aco. Wa o. i. their two euns in ihe burninir KntiRliinpl 'Tuesday nilit I w1tnaMi ti,A i(v:i.-
;i -t . t - - ' w vi cvi ui I o in , . . " . - ; - - , CilCU 1 1 1? . .. . .
jrioiiivi, b -raraoe,! Which proved to bel uwiuiucbs ui u-ericnii iiier
they had to lie down aud -have wa-
a grand affair.
lite stret'ta wrn Ko.m;
fully eliminated with gas for three milna.
one light evcrv fon.t.itinM.-.i.:
the kind I ever saw. The cost of th-dis-
M..jr ivportea to oe fJ2U,000. Tlie
strecU were cmwded for miles iwith peo-
r T ouci i iio paraue was
: ijake these remarks more in houor of the uutiV
i; Jiving than the dead, though they are iui ter. Uonr?d -n tiwir headswhjle the, dri
:ri vy.lvl -auacason, miss., paper makes CIB worseu me pieces, deserve some
jihe following' pottee of a sou of Col. LemJ creU- A creditable piece of woik, too,
lj j, doing uusinessin that city. There ar( another kind, was the shot j fired by
I ii fewItl iieoplof t living here who will Lieut. Carysfort, of the Orion, wiio, fore-
i--- ru uhs notice of one of me-enemy-wooiu bring up over there was a general stamoede twZ
j fic family , , t . j tro by traib at Nefiche, laid hii twen-J pie trying to go in very direptlcrowd-
Attention is directed to tlie advcrii1 IJ-nv-Mn gun on a point of the railroad ua8,-,u omen and children in
. wuiuumiru. X WUS IOOl
enough tp fry to move with th inmint
and came very neir losing my "Minnie
out; we aetertniued tbaf "oothing but
uvoiuuum -wisr oo atter a deal
of worry we cot to bur hot-1
sound. I was civen arntinn i.i i
say that the part which lies next the riv
er is a filthy, ugly looking place, without
any shane or form ; ulm an.r. ...
narrow that one could hardly net throuch I Col, Tom Long, of the postal service,
them without giug edgeways. Up in '8 credited with having seut a message to
the business part it is some hvtrr. hnr. Dr. Mott and Mr. Cornier, a few davs ano.
not handsome by any means. Every other I Ut the effect f hat unless they take Dr. OA
llOUSe is a Kalimn nv ntt.n mnt- ..Tl ..li r I PrwL- ilnwn Ui. will r.. f Onn ;., D..ur. I 'v
T v.s.m. c.u t, . i J V4 mi l I v-"" . .. B.v ...ii 4, v M ,vr . VI i 4.V v.
mem seem to nave a large patronage. I an jcouuty. Iu the main the Colonel's idea
took a street car for the St. Loni Vatr. that tbn'revMjim office in this ulaco outs
tower, and drew nav irivl irh rsi mo t m. I RiiHillirAi4 riiliiiAritiii. nnri rnkpa thi I tor Frank. Bell, the Modern Cicero and
at Butler, she ha, vine accomuauied tun to down at nlea.sure. is entirelv correct, but most comical Burlesque Orator in America,
a I. Si-.-..! ? m. . 1 1 -v i . . .-i -a ttr a l i
ur.. UooIl, Hmiars. ia.not at the beck aieatey, tne musical uonuer, piajing
aud call of Messis. Mott and Cooner. Usuble uornet boios at me same nme on
Statesville Landmark. two Cornets, a marvel. The Powers Broth
ers, Andy and James, bkatonai Rings in
their Artistic Soncrs and Dances on Skates.
W 4 . 4 1 . .. 4 . .
in its rambles over tne country durintr I fiihhnna and Davennort thfr Australian
the past five weeks the tariff commission I Monarch. The World Renowned Monu
has traveled 5,QQ miles, has visited twen mental Quartette, in Glees, Hvmns, etc..
ty States and twenty-two cities and has these gentlemen possess most remarkable
heard arguments froai one hundred and voices. PettingiU and Frazef, who play up
nitv perrKins- . W hether the con-mission-j on every conceivable musical instrument,
ers hare lost what little knowledge they Albert Brand. Zylophone Soloist. George
did have on the tariff Question is not Tlavennort in his Aristic Wooden Shoe
known t but. iudirtnz from the drift of I Exercises, and Favorite Harmonica Solos
their meetings it is safe to infer that their The above, together with a magnificent
Brass Band and urcnestra, nonrs
anetit ox a. Lemly ?. Svn,- faucy grocel tL out of ght, tlie elevation aud direction
pu .iiHiu strecr. AOtinnff th.it. tr iifiiitr tnVtn Hr
, . I - -,:" "w vi.mWi"
tllP. nTimnth rnmnaet an1
fia v or the Senior of tlii fi
4. T-..4M'V V? uu ovtr "ie train.
ivnucis, rur luiri v-eiirikt
-fears he lias iKtu'ii cifixep and merchant The steamer
or Jackson. Duiing all that'tlme; tl.eV fiutifiK
Iuta Lium'n 4--1 , He-, OOatS OU
: VV'i F'N yesterday
muu cm) aim lair oi'unuir.- i h. vniimr Mr. I
Robt.E. Lee. one
the Missis'sioi)i.,was burn-
fifteen' in ilea bloirl Vicba
nlv has livtl ten all IS. lit, umi ir !'?mue!P! tne passengers and
1 ::4 "r,vlTO i
is fobiiety, industry aud capacity, has
J-iaue Uinieil an en via h! a rnnrAtt(ia
on, which was about as h,ard as rocks.JI
Next morning waited two hours after we
Poor Arab! it nA fn i,J -.i.-i..i
Their establishment 18 one of the best In review of Biitish troops froirt behind his I we saw thinxra
gestae.- f - ) .prison bars at Cairo. ' 'lauimaUofe
i:- . ' -O4 !: - 1 ' " ' -' " '-'f- ; - -i . :;
6U- v v? ior our oreakfast. which
we sent back and had I cooked
dinner. We next went to th hi .h..
. , w -a aj-wa v
too numeroas to mentinn
every description, machine '
chants and manufacturers has been shak
en irom the top downward.
One difference betweeu the two Darties
in this country and it is a characteristic
one i$ that the Democrats rely un faith
anq me uadicals ou works. 1 he Aihs-
tolic warning, it should be remembered,
is as 9
and, if the Democrats do" not heed it', thev
will discover wlieii tC W too late that faith
without works is dead.-- Charlotte Jour
t is a splendid thing for boiling rain and vegetables for stock.
fjT"It is also a good wool-washer.
rStatfc and County rights for sale by the Inventor.
NEW ADVERTISEM ENTS,
Of the Clerk of the Cnumiisionera of
the County of Rowan, to the lust Mon
day in September, A. D. 1882.
.Amounts and items auaiteti oy tne
Board to the members tbereot :
G. !A. Biugham, per diem, $28.00
f 4 5 davs ext. service 10.00
Andrew Murphy, per diem, 2.00
D.'A. Davis, per diem, 18.00
m - .4 days extra, service tJ.UO
W. M. Kincaid, per diem,
1 day extra service
J. G. Fleming, per diem, :
Di C. Beid, per diem,
Hi N, Woodson, per diem,
Reserve seats! at Kluttzs Drug Store.
General Admission 50 and 75 cents.
Doors open at 7. Perfonnanc at 8.
BILLLUHD TABLE FOR SALE!
A No. 1 Second Hand Billiard Table
e to politics as to religion', I (Phelau make)i for sale chfeap. Apply at
th lio j den House. C. S. liKUW.Nj.
Oct. 12th, 1882. 3t.
-Distances traveled by tlie members of
tlie Board in attending the sessions of the
Ji G.Fleming, 378 miles.
W. M. Kincaid, . 150 "
Li C.Reid, 5G0
Horatio N. Woodson, Clerk.
Sept. 1st 1882. 29:4t.
It is estimated' that reduction of the
public debt, for September wll reach
A.Inrn aTrlti fll liftor Pinna Attn
Ne'w Mexico, last weekl'crushihg sef efal
trees. A Mexican who saw it reliorted to
1.1.1 1 .. v. .
uim locai paper mat a pan 01 uie moon
had fall eu. ' "a -
A meeting of the Stockholders of tlie
Vestern North Carolina Rail Road Com-
any is caiieu xo meet in oausuary u-
un i iiuibust, autciuurr iriu, iom,
By order of the Board of Directors.
' GEO. P. ERWIN,
Oct. 5th 1882. Sec & Treks.
51:4t, .' ' "
) FINE BUGGIES!
I A Car-load of Buggies, Phcetons and
Spring-Waggons just received and for sale
JOniV A. BOYDEiV,
kt prices so far below any heretofore made
n this market as to cause one to take a short
breath when he hears them. Buggy buy
ers, I mean what I say 1 Come and see il I
don't ? Open Buggies, f 39 and up. TopBug
jgies, $55 and up. Every body can afford to
uy abuggy now.
- JOHN A. BOYDEN,
At Bbyden House Salisbury, N. C,
) 50tt ' ' V :
Wnrth faPflliTia ) Before the Boards of X
11 Ui 111 UllM, K Commissioners sad Jos-.
RowaU County. )uces of said County.
Mokpat, 8i-rr. 4th, 1882. i
- 1 i 1
Ordered by said Board, That anew Town- j
ship be created by the name of "Chisa
Grove," with metes and boundaries as fol
lows ; t :
Beginning at a point on the Nortfy Caro- i
Una RaiUoad, at C. H. Bruner's, and runs t
thence to and including the residence of .;
George Plott,lhence to and including th,e. :
residence of John D. Kluttz, thence, to and 1
including the lands of H"V Ketchfc, A C j
Cressand Eli Hornbarrier, striking the Gold ,
Hill road at the head of Buffalo Creek, ,
thence down said cieek to the New Concord
road, including the Rcndleman placej thepce ;
with said rbad to the Cabaims County line, ;
m 4 m 9 . f 4l Y) mW HP
so as to include tne isnas oi me wt i
Gladsden, thence west with the Cabarrus j
county line to Irish Buffalo Creek,: tbence .
up said creek ta tne mcxaseegc
Road, thence northward so as to inclnde j
the landand residences of P L Penny, O
Sloop, J 51 Baker, J E Deaton E R Black- ?
welder. Calvin Blsckwelder. John ;Menius, i
Jpri f!rps and Valentine Proost. thence id
till M TT ,7SJ47 V -"j j
Also ordered by the Board of Commis- (
sioncrs oflaid county, that the voting pre- -j
cinct of said new township be estabiwaea ,
at Chin Grove. . . .. , I
Also ordered, that there shall ne (
tirely new registration of the voters oi p?-
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Also ordered, that John C Cr"be',S !
appointed tlie Registrar of toters for w
township for the next general electi-.j
which will be held on Thursdsyvtbe i. s
day of November, 1882. All qualified to- j
ters are hereby notified to register tMi j
names with said Registrar, at Chios Grove,
on and after the 6th day of October w
No persoi will be entitled to vote ua
registered and no registration will oes.,
lowed onlthe day of election. ' j
By order of the Board of County to"
HORATIO II. WOODSON, Ckrk
ing the lands and residence pi
to the beginning : Being p)rtions
mit . Atwell. Lockeand
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