iTH&RSDAY, NOV. 2, 1682.
temcfenitic State Ticket.
V FOB, iEPMSESTATIVB AT J.ABGE :
DEN TYLER BENNETT, of Anson.
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FOif 8UPBEMK COURT JtJDOR :
;Tn8MAS RUFFIN, of Orange.
'i .'. FOB JTDOE8:
1st Jia! JAMES E SHEPHERD,
td DiB. "FREDERICKJPnnJPS.
8d DisS-ALLMAND A. McKOY.
4th t)i4J AMES C. MacRAE.
5th: tiii JOHN A. GILMER.
6th mi WILLIAM M. SHIPP.
i i : Toll COKOBESS 7TH DISTRICT t
WILLIAM M. R0BBIN8.
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tor FOMcrroB :
Democratic County Ticket.
FoV the Senate 30th District.
,' v ' f t TIIEO. F. KLUTTZ.
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.pi ' " -iWihc
!,'! j LEE S. OVERMAN.
Far Jtegister of Deeds,
HORATIO N. WOODSON.
Fori Clerk of the Superior Court,
: jonN M. iiorah:
I For Sheriff;
; f C. C. KRIDER.
I For County Treasurer,
, . SAMUEL, McCUBBINS.
, I ' .For Coroner,
I DAVID A. ATWELL
J. C. BERNHARDT.
The Georgia Legislature met yesterday.
tion bf the aforesaid bill, and Major Rob
i bins favored the striking out, as be posi-
As- i ..t y declares. The ayes and noes were
Ti e Bey of Tunis died mhe 27th. ;b filat5.nt T8. Bobbin s The; Record not -ailed upon tills amendment. T(See
Facts Qnoted-7 aiscnov" I Congressional xvewru, y"
The ReTcnue Editor, York's
The anarchists have Lyons, France, up
Tile yellow fevert Pensaoola, Florida;
is decreasing. ; . ,
The latest idea for a cotton picker is
to take out the cotton by a blast.
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EirGovernor Hendricks, j of Indianaj
continues in a very critical tradition.
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The initiatory steps for ft railroad be
tween Charlotte and Camden, S. C., have
been taken. . . . 1
posed. ; ; 1 1 ' i
Charlotte JournaL. I ill !
The Statesville American The Reve
nue organ-of October 21, charges Major
Bobbins with voting for a bmV'on, 28th
day of February 1879 I and recorded on
pages 42 and 43 of the Congressional Re
cord for. that date" authorizing "arrests
and the destruction
niwivut ' 7 . .--
On the same day and immediately after
the iforegomg proceeuiuga, '
moved another amendment to this reve
nue bill to this effect: That if D., a rere-
nue ofncer, commits a ertmmai onence,
and is indicted in a State court, that ne
shaU not be permitted to move his case
for trial to a Federal court. If D.t of the
American, will tarn to the, Congressional
vnrA for Jnno 3d. 1878, 45th Congress,
of distilleries of a less value than fow. . 404J-8, he will find a
He then prints what j, purports to be tne amendment,
vote of Maj. Bobbins ! favoring saia um,
copying as he intimates, from the Con
gressional Record for said date. We have
carefully examined the said Record for
28th day of Feb., 1879. There U no: such
page as "42" and .43 to be found in the
Record on the day named. York b&smis-
rrL An r,w.vr!ir Goriria. avveri rtmrMented rMaj. Robbins as to inese
A l" WW t' " ---o- - I " -i . hi .; a .fit,.
aged for five days, one of them IBM ana points continually iuius r
There are said to be good signs of pe
troleum in Missoari, and preparation are
being made to bring it out. i
the Other 281 pounds per day. v
liach has quit' uaing cuss words in
his speeches, and privately says the Demo
crats won't lose a Congressman.
Enoch Rains, of Wake, exhibited a stalk
of 4m 16 jfeet and 8-inches high, for
which he received chemicals enough to
make a ton of fertilizer. . j J ,
doctorine tbe Record and sent to Wash-
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ington to get it fixed up right, ana wraao
copies the "doctored j jfixed up" Record.
Now what is the true connection oi aiaj.
Robbins with this bill 1
Tii PrtTirn-PRHional Record and the act
as uassed is before ut The bill was re
ported to the 45th Congress by Burchard
of Illinois, substantially as recommended
which Maj. Robbins favored. I his was
the third time in oie day Mr. D. that is,
revenue officer was roted against by
Bobbins, hence the effort to pervert and
falsify his. record y j
An honest man who has falsified this
incontrovertible record cannot fail to cor
rect his statements. Will Editor Drake
tell the truth,! i;i j
The Charleston 'Hews and Courier is
urging planters to put up their cotton in
neat 100 pound bales, covering with cot
ton cloth, thus saving the hemp bagging
and ties: which are more costly than they
i should be by reason of a protective
AS railroad defaulter in Missouri, being i
under arrest attempted first to cut his
throat; but failing, jumped out of the cars
and put his neck across a rail. It was cut
as by a guillotine. , ,
Mrs. Scoville, Guiteau?s sister, has been
officially declared insane.! She was con
cealed somewhere beyond the reach of
the officers, at last accounts.
ott investigation committee, says
work at Morganten on Monday, Not. 13th.
Gov. Vance is chairman. Parties con
cerned will be summoned to appear then
bv tbe Commissioner of Internal Revenue J the Charlotte Observer, will resume their
a superior in the revenue service oi
editor Drake. Tliis bill covers 25 large
pages of print which include 23 sections
relating to different subjects. It pended
in Congress for a long while j the steps of
its progress is to be found here and there
through over 2000 pages of the Kecora ;
but in considering the bill by sections the
House gave each of its members a chance
to show his record upon its different pro-
Confederate bonds have told' in Balti
more recently at $10 on the' $1,000, and
in Charleston at $12.50.
I ELECTION DAY,
! TucHday , November 7th .
It is the most important day of all tbe year.
td ever! citizen. It is the duty of every
fiwmarf to en to the noils and vote. It is
thtk nnlf meana in the hands ef the citi-
tizen to! protect himself and his family
against' bad government and political
oppression. Vote for good and true men
who represent the principles of right and
justice!,. We have good government in
North fCarolina to-day. It came tons
through the wisdom and patriotism of
The 5th section of this bill to which
revenue editor Drake so buhgliagly refers,
reads thus :
"And in case of a seizure of a still, etc.,
or distillins aDDaratus having a less pro
ducing capacity than 150 gallons a day
where said apparatus shall be
of less value than $500 and not in the
Her railroad possession JmfJJ
owner uiercoi uuu il suau iuijnuta'
Tpanksgivixo Day. President Arthur
has Issued his proclamation,' designating
the 30th of November to be observed as a
day of public thanksgiving.
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English rule in India is Said to be eat
ing but the substance of the land, leaving
nothing but an empty shell where were
once a prosperous people.
rateB are said to be the potent means for We to rem0ve the same to a place of safe
accomplishing this sniolation. j I storace. etc.. the seizing officer is anthor-
, I w r
ized to destroy the same as to prevent tne
A; new political party has sprung np in U8C tnereoi, etc
France, stvled anarchists. It seems e quous aiaj.
the ; Democratic party. There is good! tnat their aim is lawless and mischievous.
government, peace and prosperity in
every JState " ruled by the conservative
democricy. Keep them in pewer, and
we hayo assurance of continued peace
to be a secret organization ef nnknown opposition to this section from the Con-
extent and design, though it is supposed
gressional Record of June 3, 1878, vol. 7,
part 4 p. 4041, where his speech iu full
may be found. On the said 3d of June
Mai. Robbins moved to strike out tbe
above 5th section, allowing the destruc
tion of small distilleries. Here are
Good Republican judges are predicting
the triumph of the Democrats in this elec
tioa by majorities ranging from 10,000 to I
89,000. Do your voting, Democrats, all the I tracts of his speech in support of his mo-
same, and don't you forget it! . tion
Dr. ork, like Gen. LeacL, used to be
a Democrat, and not till revenner Mott
came into the political arena of the State
did their change. These worthies, while
Hon. B. K. Bruce, colored, Register of tbe I
U. . Treasury, nas been secured as a cam
paign orator-by the New York Republicans, j
Arabi's secret correspondence with the
Saltan, said to compromise tLo latter,
has been seized by the English.
Lying on Robbing.
We call attention to the communica
tion in another column, exposing the
false, unfair, and dishonorable attempt
to injure Hon. Win. M. Bobbins, by mis
representing the record of his votes in
the 45th Congress upon a bill in regard
to the Internal Revenue, which affected
the personal liberty of the citizen, and
the rights and property of small distillers.
We are informed that Robbings District
has been flooded with printed copies of
this shameless lie, while he is absent in
the mountains canvassing. We have a
personal knowledge of Maj. Robbin's
daily and uniform course while in Con
gress upon all questions affecting the
rights and liberties of his constituents,
and we are prepared to denounce as false
any charge or intimation, that he ever at
any time faltered in vindicating them.
We furthermore assert, deliberately and
after weighing onr words, that North
Carolina, according to our judgment,
Brass Knucks. J
Internal ' Revenue officers, we believe,
generally go armed sometimes with guus
as if they .'were . goinir deer driving or
squirrel hunting, and sometimes' only
with five five shooters, as if they were in
quest of editors and other public enemies.
We were not aware until yesterday,
however, that brass knacks constituted a
part of the armament of these guardians
of the publie morals, and the govern
ment exchequer. The doctors who . atten
ded Mr. Bailey and dressed his wounds
testified that he was wounded by some
blunt instrument harder than a human
fist, Mr. Bailey thought the weapon used
was , brass Jcuncks, and Gillespie when
asked by a Journal reporter whether he
struck Mr. Bailey with a weapon 'de
clined to answer." as i he did to sundrv
a 1 J
questions before Senator Vance's Com
mittee last spring. j
We learn since the preliminary inves
tigation of his case was held, that the
fact has been ascertained that Gillespie
did have a pair of brass knucks. The
hand is not the part of a revenue officer
which was supposed to be clad in brass.
Popular sentiment assigned this metallic
covering to the cheek of that interesting
class of citizens. It seems, however, that
guns, and pistols, and bowie knives are
not sufficient moral persuaders to the
due observance of the statutes, and
Department regulations for the col
lection of the revenues. Brass knucks
have been added to the argument, and
now people who are allowed the privil
ege of paying taxes in order that Jay
Hubbeirs corruption fund may be swell;
ed, will have to keep a sharp lookout
while counting out. the money, that a
pair of brass knucks are not-planted be
tween their eyes by tho gentle represen
tative of the government "while in the
discharge of his official duty." -
: Now without a word of comment npon
the testimony in this case, and without
any regard to who made the first assault,
but as a general proposition to which
every decent man will readily assent, we
want to say that any man who would use
brass knucks, or bo found in possession
of them, ought to be Sent to the peniten
tiary for tbe largest term allowed by the
law. Nobody but a coward and a brute
would use or own them, and no punish
ment short of a capital one is two se
rere to inflict npon ; such a creature.
"The portion of the bill which I propose
to strike out provides that stills may be
destroyed for any offence involving for
feiture of the rame. I most
protest against allowing this destruction
f . . . I The V. ITernld. rkva he 1m ft fit Mibinct i4t i of nronartv nnon tho mere, on tion of the
democrats, were particular . " a'toU agent or deputy who may undertake to never had, either before or since the war,
on tne ticgroes, wnose votes tney are now I i lAiA rt hia ;nUt?;inii inArmnt Mmf Un Unnaa nf T?nrceontfSrn .bnii.
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an onence luvoiving meiiuro nas wu and braver son than William M. Rob
committed. Tins provision tases tne trial I . .
nf thm iba a war from thf rrtn rt. And pivar I
it to the revenue officer. I submit that His people ought to be proud of his
it is highly objectionable to give to the ability, and rare attainments, his power
revenue agent mis power oi uestroy ing and eloquence as a debater, and his loy
high as $26,000 and $32,000, however, f JS u.' i . 1 Z alty to duty in war and peace, and they
praying lor. i ork, in one oi ins speecues
while ft'Deiuocrat, said that he "believed
the negro had no soul," and that "he had
' a head piko a mnlo." Leach is not a can
didatef or any office in the gift of the peo-
plebut York is. He wants to go to Con
gresa, SdU thinks ho can 'beat both Rob
bins and Cook; j But if the negro voters
of the th District once get it into their
The highest price ever paid for a seat
in the New York Stock Exchange is $35,-
000, This was done on Saturday. Mr.
Wm. Pollock being the purchaser. As
bate been paid within a year orso.
stands. 1 take the
And now, the darkeys of Tennessee are
heads (hat York is not the man, they are I kicking out of RadicalJ races. The tima
very c rtian to go back on him they'll I is coming when they will ship the entire
kick hump the back, pitch him off and I harness.
tip hint a farewell that .will leave him
rolling: in the dirt. They have cot mule
enough in them to do that.
saying that I am not responsible for this
part of the bill ; I utterly refuse to be held
accountable for it. I know
very well this matter of destroying prop
erty has created more ill feeling in the
country, more hatred against the revenue,
more nnwiliinfrnesa to ahida hv tho mvpt-
ut. J. B. Newbrough, of New York, a nue law than almost any other feature of
dentist arid a spiritualist, has written and the whole system, The gov-
published a new bible. He claims that rnmeQt loses and the people lose. You
. f . ;ij i , ! . uodoimict up liiu uisiiiiivry more ei-
.v p.., ...npiini uwa, going uacK H fwn11rth;B . thon w,t Ak K tH
fl.O Hf.:- C l X.'LCUXOM ' y ... "J """" JWJ
wi mwaiv o.iiiii,iiiv nwui ;,wu TrurB. i QOWn tne Still.
line author is ne doubt exnectini? to "There is another feAtnrn about thia.
make a fortune out of it. i I speaks of stills that produce but a few
I : J gallons per day, ; It is legislation against
v, tu, eJt:4n,. hli0 -P,rer and humbler class of men.
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waters! of the Ohio or Missouri river. The U,SU nicu aesiroyea ionr stius worm l,UUU or making 1,000 gal
Illinois has an elephant on her hands
a big canal which she wants to cede to
the United States on condition that the
government will fioish it. It was origi
nally intended to be a grand ship canal
connecting the northern lakes .with the
liberty of ought to, and we believe they will, elect
him to Congress by an overwhelming
The trick of getting out this canard on
him in the last days of the campaign and
while he is away from railroad commu
nication, is an outrage, but it is charac
istic of those whose whole political creed
was summed up in the words of one of
their chiefs when lie said that the proper
way to' win in a canvass was to "lie like
h 11 and stick to it." Char. Journal.
Cook and Linville. Dr. C. L. Cook
spoke in the Court House last Tuesday
night; and was followed by a preacher
capital at Washington has been crowded i buddings of no great value, but endan- Ions arlay, but you go to! the common I from Guilford by the name of Linville.
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witu : fODoyisis lourge on this ar
rangement. If the Democrats
next Congress there will be a stampede
of thiscrowd. jWo hope to see theuclear
the galleries and lobbies of every jobber
that stows his face in the capital. We
hope io see them restore the government
to the people a-nd not devote it to the use
oi louuy men and monopolists.
gered much other of considerable impor
Cook spoke for about an hour and a half
people and say that their little stills shall
! tane. On the ground thus made vacant, : Tr "".VrlVL" and was vociferously cheered by the anti
there is talk of erecting a grand hotel of great deal of trouble that you bear of (revenue men and negroes. Liuville made
moueru siyie property tnat pays less aown in my country and injthe mountains 1 a miserable mixture of religion and poll-
than any other kind in the State. 01 "nessee, tne collisions between the I tics and his speech was devoid of all ar-
pAiran atw aamm ahi : : a. v
i - .. 1 mm 1 1 "iutciB uuutue peopie, originates
I . vvooo itoou lJ tug VO 111 lli J U
on the war path and will fight for good sense Cf those mountain Debnie as an ab
government in North Carolina until the surdity for the government officers to go
sun goes aown on the 7th of November. ,r.MU ue,liruJr ProPeriy
Thjey have no more at stake than anv
men as these are in earnest let no man be I
a laggard in the cause.
CngEuiKG.-rWe tell our friends, that! 0tHor citizen . of the State.
tne iiemocrats trom one end of the State
to the other
are aroused wide'awake, in
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?r!tu ' uanjor,-tm desperately in
earnest, and ready for the big fight next
Tnesday, .The signs oft the times are all
cheeting, and nothing now remains to be
aonejfo secure a grand j victory except to
wfeULet every Democrat poll his vote
if heMoes nothing else on the 7th of No
vember. i 1
Aiachi and a fellow over in Tennessee,
are trying to work on the prejudices of
"Old-liue Ings'nd brings them out
against the "Bourbon Deniocracv." For
LcacJi's part he had better be hunting a
blejtQ crawl iinto after tho election a
holeithat he can pull in after him. "Old
t liue mhigs" have no use for such ndron.
turers as J. M. Leach. !
The Republicans of New Tlnninc!,;
are in open revolt againstj their nominee
for Governor. The cause alleged is "the
shameless expenditure of money," and
"tie still more shameless bribery of vo
ices, nniuir and outrageous dictation of
bossism," and "the interference of a mem
ber of the President' cAhint" TIia
'rfevolters" ate in terrible earnest.
AH1.!H !l a1 f . mi
iK.iug ii, utilizing ic auai getting some
benefit from it," &c, Se.
ii. Mr. Burchard :T ask for h vote."
"The question being taken on tho
amendment of Mr. Robbins, it was not
Was there ever a completer answer to
the aspersions of political! foes than the
above. The references are precise. A
revenue officer can't doubt.
the revenue doctors tell the truth, even
though, they, like Drake, get $125 a raontbJ
as storekeeper and ganger ? 'tween times,"
and edit a paper: besides. S
out the revenue editor makes another
charge which is untrue. He says Robbins
voted to "authorize arrests without war
rants." foor as his knowledge is he
ought to know better than to make such
a perverse misrepresentation of what he
means. Undoubtedly he refers tn th ftrfc
bill which makes it
: Wf at a RjxiefJ A New York photo-
togrnher who has had a first rate oppor
tunist to study the beauty of Mrs. Lang
The "liberals" are langhin over the
idfaof having given the democrats of
the State a big scare. Truly, the idea of
banding over the State into the hands of
the spoilers of 8CS-'09, is enough to section of the above
tE 1 ; nMl lwfhlfcr United tea?marshl "with
ibn dfllKWrnta trill 1anl. .ft., tl.. i "1IIU
;:Lr. t,,e wee- m the district for which he shall be ap
pointed" to arrest "persons in the act of
ODeratinsr an illin.ff. 'Hiaffllai.Tr n
mi r,.. . -.J; 0 ' prjl
twciAuv uas. me London Mininn ihn hPn fh
- iu. f 1 i-1 ,. vwwu uuuuuuuces mas me eiectt kj light
jQSl M a formidable rival in Mr. John Dixi
arnrl at New York, says-"There are ion's perfect system of metalic gas, cost
coun ess women ,n tins country more icg only about one-tenth the of
bcauluul than she."
That makes the for
tone I of Mr. Sarony, the I photographer,
Onr beatrtiful women of America cannot
possiUy be indifferent to such an atl
Jdurnal annuounces that the electric light authorize officers to arresi person caught
in uie acr 01 violating the criminal laws
X bis section gives the marshal no mora
I power than he would havp had before its
eDacuuenr. it amrms the common law.
But certain Democrats; just after the
oniy aoout one-tenth the cost of
coal gas, while possessing vastly superi
or illuminating powers. tBIr. Dixion has
Pienieanis invention in almost erery above amendment Was made by Bobbins
consideroble conntrr. nnA ha u 1 j LtJL . .
s r " wuiimujr 1 ojmwo uy nuugut 10 aDnage tne power
marshals and restraiki them within
m J. HarTis, U. 8. Senator, is dan-
geroijdy fll at Cincinnati,
to work the pateut. The generating tiia
chine makes and store tha
niay be distributed throuirh' main-Wl
I Pll8 without deterioration of quality.
bounds not commensurate with the pow
I era or our sheriffs, and toj this end Mills,
1 of Texas, moved to strike; out this 9th sec
The Revolt in New Hampshire.
We give below ad extract from the
speech of Ex-Senator Wadleigh, of New
Hampshire, delivered last week.
The Charlotte Journal says Mr. Wad
leigh, if he lives a thousand years, will
hardly ever compact more wholesome
tiuthsinthe same space than will be
found in the passcge of his speech which
we now give, as follows :
I never cast a vote which did not bear the
names of the Republicau candidates.
tood, I may say, by the cradle of the Re
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OctoLer 5th, 1882. j
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By virtue of Venditio Exponas and execu
tion issued out of the Superior Court of
Rowan County in faror of P. N. neilig &
Son against John L. Cruse, in my hands for
collection, I will sell at public auction, at
the Court House door in tbe town of Sahs-
publiean party, God grant it may not rot bury, on the 27th day ot November, 1882,
and die in its own corruption. I am here all the right, title, interest and estate of the
to-night, against my luterests to do what said John L. Cruse, in and to the following
I can to rescue it from the domination of real property, viz : A tract of land in Row
the selfish men who use and debase it, and an county, adjoining the lands of John P.
who will destroy it if I the honest Repub- Rimer, Henry Klutts, and others, and known
hcan masses do not rise and prevent them. I as tbe Chancey Young place.
Look at the injury such men have wrought
upon the Republican party. Recall the
long list of their infamies. Time to enu
merate them all would tail me : I will re
call only a few. Think of the sickening
revelations of the Credit Mobilicr inves
tigation, in which the greatest rogues es
caped, the Pacific Mail subsidy steal,
Under the hypocntic pretence of "reviv
ing American commerce j" the countless
rascalities of the District of Columbia
ring, with their crowning infamy the
Bafe burglary conspiracy ; a secretary of
war selling unices ; a secretary of the na
vy making corrupt and illegal contracts,
and selling our war ships for old junk j
it. a! - I I 1 i-Jl . J.U
toe giganuc crouKeu wmBKey jrauus ; me
blackmailing of legislators by conspira
cies of lobbyists and officeholders ; the
Milhgan letters; public men acquiring
Terms, Cash. Dated at Salisbury, the
18th day of September, 1882.
C. u. Kltl DE it, A'jr.
HOUSE & LOT III SALISBURY!
By virtue of a Venditio Exponas and ex
ecution issued out of the Superior Court of
Rowan County, in favor of Merooey & Bro.
against Obe Atwell and Chal. r Atwell, in
my hands for collection, I will sell at pub
lic auctien, at the Court House door in tbe
town of Salisbury, on the 27th day of No
vember, 1882, all the right, title, interest
and estate of the said Obe Atwell and Chal.
Atwell, in and to the following real proper
i I 1 l.l!. iL. V.L
millions of dollars in a few years, nobody P 7": uu Tr? IU?W"'" " AU
tnn.. hn. th nnWlA MriAA md th. OI lDC Mwn oi ausouiy, aajommg me low
currency to pay political debts with ; the
of D. A. Atwell and others, where the said
O. M. Atwell now resides.
Terms, Cash. Dated at Salisbury, the
18th day of October, 1882.
U. U. KruDJfilt, Slftf.
guments save base appeal 8 to the passions
of the ignorant. Admonishing the ne
groes to strike for "liberty or blood."
His remarks evidently did not set well
with some of the Republicans as their
faces were as solemn as grave-yards.-
The negroes are for Cook. The colored
band was out and gave Cook a serenade
after the speaking: was over. He appear
ed on the Central Hotel piazza, acknowl
edged the compliment and assured the
colored "man and brother" that he would
not "flicker." York will snuff this stal
wart candle a little and Robbins will put
on the extinguisher. Winston Leader.
Star route frauds, whose chief perpetra
tor bis associates on tne .Republican na
tional committee dare not remove from
its secretaryship, and many more. We
have looked for adequate punishment up
on the . autnors 01 tnese iniquities, nncif-ai. fl.j.15-.
),nra nnUoan it W l.o in ha I 14 01X11 LSLrOlinSl. t
bitterness of our hearts "How long, O ROWAN COUNTY, S or Coubt.
Lord, how long,' but still the carnival of James nillard, Adm'r of Sarah (Green, PVf,
In the Supkbi-
Mt. Ulla, Nov. 1st, 18S2.
Mr. Editor :
Wheat sowing, corn gathering and pot
pies is tne order of the day with us at
present. Many an old rooster has or will
soon crow bis last as corn shuckings pro
gress. The crops of corn are good. Ev
erybody sec us to be making plenty and
some to spare. A full crop of wheat is
being sown. The old method of broad-
A. : m .
cast eowme, ana scooter scratching is
numbered with the things of the Daat.
i ue ana on aeep plowed clover and pea
iaiiow nas oecome an established fact. I
The stock law has nearly exterminated
the race of long legged razor backed pine
rooters that once infested our woods id
day time and corn fields at right, and
their places supplied with improved
stock. Upon the whole every thing is
looking up except liberalism, whieh is
almost, if not entirely, non est. We have
searched diligently since Kluttz and
Overman was around and only found
greasy spot. Last Saturday Dr. Cook
came down to 3d Creek Depot and about
rubbed that out not even the promises
made to the negroes to give them negro
school Committeemen and a few darkey
uepuiy unenna; can neip tne matter now
ine jig is up with them.
corruption nas gone on. And now we
see, whatf A shrewd, cunning specula
tor, whose path to wealth is strewn with
defrauded and mined victims, whose
nomination for the chief magistracy of
this Commonwealth has been obtained
by bribery. A Washington lobbyist, who
in a few years has mysteriously gathered
up the most colossal fortune in our whole
State, who is a member of tbe cabinent
and a candidate for United States Sena
tor, making a great naval demonstration
to control our State convention. Poor
office holders, some of whom were wound
ed and crippled in the defence of their
country, compelled to pay five per cent.
of their small salaries that votes may be
bought to elect those millionaires to of
fice. Talk not to me ot voluntary con
tributions. It is only adding insult to
injury. The managers, backed by the
secretary of the Navy and A U. S. Sena
tor, take the victims by the collar and
demand their money or their offices
Wilford Dent and others, Deft.
Petition to sell land for assets.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that John Dent, if living, and his
heirs, if he be dead, and Hatch Dent, if liv
ing, and his heirs, if he be dead, defendants
in the above named case, are non-residents
of the State : It is ordered by the Court
that publication be made in the "Carolina
Watchman" for six successive "weeks, noti
fying the said defendants to appear at the
omcc oi tne uieric oi tueoupenor uourt oi
Rowan County, on Monday the 18th day of
December, 1882, and answer the complaint
which will be filed in the above entitle ac
tion, within ten day9 from the date hereof,
and if they fail to answer tne complaint the
(laintiff will apply to the Court for the re
ief demanded in the complaint.
J. M. HOKAH, C. 8. C. -of
Oct. 27, 1882. 3:6w
VALUABLE BUILDIE LOTS
I will sell privately, two building lots
adjoining my residence, fronting on Ful
ton street and running through to EIIi
btreet. This is the most desirable prop
erty that has been offered for sale here
for many years.
In my absence call on John S. Hender
son or M. L. Holmes, Esq.
' A. J. MOCK,
2:1m. Salisbury. Oct. 25. 1882.
Main Street, Salisbury, IT. C.
DEALER III PURE DRUGS,
Medicine, Oils, Soaps, Perfumeries, Brushes,
Combs, Trusses, Lamps, Cigars and Tobac
co. Also a beautiful lot of fancy
VASES AND TOILET SETS.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
Cheaper than ever known before.. Night
calls promptly answered without extra
charge. GivT him a call.
Wk are Agents for Johk Wadswokth's
RUST PROOF Seed Wheat.
We can supply it in any quantity requir
ed. J. M. KNOX & CO.
Salisbury, Octth, '82. 4t.
They pay because they dare not refuse, I JN 01X11 UStrullUcl, v
feeling in the very bottom of their souls ROWAN COUNTY. S
their degradation and their wrongs. I
have not dared to talk with the brave
one-armed soldier postmaster in my own
town about the matter, lest he might be
suspected of giving me information and
punished by removal. But I have seen
others who told me, with gathering mois
ture in their -eyes, how hard it was for
them and their families to be obliged to
pay these assessments, but they dared
The Republican local leaders in New
Pork city have squarely backed down from
the programme marked out for that party
by the bosses and have asserted their right
to put up and vote for a straightout Re
publican ticket, Tfhe Republican voters 1882? answer the complaint which
of Mew xors city j propose at all events will be filed therein, and if tbey fail to ani-
to maintain their keif respect and their swer said complaint the plaintiff will apply
o.;finn tw t w f fnaa to the Ceurt for the relief demanded in the
j, o 1 I -nloint J M TTORATT H S n
of Rowan County.
rv-i 1 1000 rt.a'
Is the Superi
Tobias Kesler, PTff,
John F. Reed and others. Deft.
Petition for partition of land.
It anoeariner to the satisfaction of the
Court that John F. Reed, John C. Connor
and wife Sally J. Connor, John S. Leonard
and wife Margaret . Leonard, B C. Jones
and wife Alice C. Jones, W. W. Reid, Lula
Reed and Louisa Mason, defendants in the
above entitled case, are non-residents of
this State and are necessary parties to this
action : It is ordered by the Court that pub
lication be made in the "Carolina Watch
man" for six successive weeks, . notify the
said defendents to appear at the office of
tne isierg oi me superior ioun oi nowai
County, on Monday the loth day or Decern-
At the residence of John Graham, dee'd,
near Third Creek Station, in Scotch Irish
township, I will offer lor saleat public auc
tion, on Tuesday, the 2lst day of Novem
ber, 1882, the following personal property,
to wit : One good mule and three horses, a
number of hogs, a lot of wheat, corn and
cotton, one 2-horse carriage, one buggy, 2
wagons, one Mower and Rake, Farming
Implements of every description, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, and other things
Also, on Thursday, the 23d day of No-;
vemder, 1882, at his plantation in Atwell:
nanahin Twill atiw.qa tn mihlic sale
large lot of Corn, Wheat, Cotton and per
haps other articles.
TERMS of both sales Cash.
: J. G. FLEMING, Adm'r
f John Graham, deed.
Oct. 17, 1882.- l:6w
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