- ' t
' ' ' - ,uWiimi in i iwi i
t,. r - - i r
14. .n.n,,,npnt of the results
'lira H'8' -f r. .
Of the election o the 7tb, was subject, of
cwine. to liberal allowances; Tor it was
lri ui almost every reader that
tliel results pf such a politest eould not be j
lltXj. itli accuracy in one or twp
fun ... -
. ... i ...... i,t thn
days after tUe uatue
k4,,ka U clearing away and we begin 10
.iLl.or tht real condition, tjio first an-1
'tacementuittst Iks modified to. cpRfpiH
to the facts. . . ; '
fThe result in Rowp conufy jsnptpear
(THURSDAY. NOV. 16, m
A satUfactory as tp pepiocrats au Knanct, it will render Kepublicau
ft -.1 : .i.f I.. I Tiieo. F. KLUTTzJcess jp the Presidential election a
. IHHICU ll -t .
tie callaut candidate for the Senate, has impossiuimy. au act revising ana mv
we gauaut cuu. f . 1.:... iproTiog the tariff. iu Itarmouvi with the
7...tlt lUllfMI' III I' 1 I U Ullll I
i mnioritv he was entitled to
out the county wjth! only 204, when he
1 .d.ould have had at least 500 migonty.
T lie was met by his Republican opponent,
f-r - . i r n...: .;tl a I
Til liamsav. coiiuim '" '"'"' "i ' f
majority of 315. Hi's '04 could uot 6tand
-?.,;: that! and so llamsay rode over4
T,r . , ! m " . ', i lt.:t.- i.i 'i 41
hjm with a clear majo,
1 I Uowail Was agiiju Ut Uiultin ltspcuu
jlobbins, our .camfidate tor Congress,
1. . I
ii. om ..ii rt itn tne sum lnjijuiiij i
Irnnv Hi7 iusread dt the tive'or six huu-
of only. 10 IU8W.UI i'"- I
ilrciTtq which lie wis entitled by every
consideration of selfi interest to the voter. I
Had Rowau polled lu-i full Democratic i
:Ll.i. ..i.i.;La w. hl have been elect-Jbe
ffP' A. i. . .. 1... i iioiu'i tft
fed. but lainng - - ---
I .-jl'Uis is only part t the pnee tue f?eui-j prjve tjie V1Tty Qf freedom u represent
vicrats of llowau have to pay for failing tej ing the will of the people, can: no longer
" (t 1, Xi pretty 4hejrvv, and will uoj 00 sateiy tolerated. JJut the dimcult task
fl i .:. . ...i ... .Jii... .!..i.L .,eialh:IofframinS 8ch measures,' fiuaucial and
;:10ubt.siing "vhi, H. v7 : " J
as it was the year Jor ft gioiionj cuiu-
cratic victory in almost eerj ouuo
? t -' . T I ' . I. .. .. 1 .1 .k tint-
fin the Union. I'tiunps uitj "
Itc next time. It is due probably iu part
Ito prohibition jj and (when people come 10
f pee that there uothiug 111 the prow-
Ibition noise except tho noise iucii, mey
twill sober down under the defeat to which
fthev have submitted.
H l T - J ! r.. 1 A. 1
The regult in tne taie nj, arg
though it may require the official vote ot
Jibe counties to determine me que&uou.
P In regard to the Judges, tue ivaieigu
fCTW-OertcrJ of the 14th gives the fol-
,Ve have added u
1 the pfficial fignrcs
front fifty-two poit
imliriP T .
Rae i.UU majority
indicates that" McKea's wtiyority will be
' ' ... .
int !t (MM). " The other candidates pu the
judicial ticket ruul along with Judge
nirtUA: there beinc but slignt umerence
ilii same nancr the fol-
the Legislature: ! .
tluofficial returns nud a close estimate
liudicatp "that the Heuate will staud 34
Democrats and 16 Republicans, and the
House 2 Democrats and 48 Republicans.
i i it-tilt f l. ilK.f iIih T.pirislature will stand
m : ivini o
Democrats and (54 llepublicans. The
last Ljegjshituje fitoinl, Senate iemo-
Aisiiatitl llttnublieaus. and tho House
74 Democrats, 2 ludypwndeuls and 44
fhe result of -the election iu New York
1 1 . . . . . - . i
gave occasion to at least one piece 01 wn.
Cole, who was appointed Captain of
Port of New York Vy fjov. Cornell,
telegraphed to an Elmira paper as fol-
lpws,: We have beaten the Prohibit iou
lists and Greeubackers out of sight, and
f - n m.., .. rw t
t Tint Veky Last.--TIic following to the
Charlotte Journal ; j j
I , 4KALEiiii, Nov. 15, 9 P. M, j
! '(Grnham county giyea Reunptt 153
I "m lioiity, and he now has 117 majoiity
lwilh' lldei and Watauga counties t4
ilhtjar from,' Two jpports from Watauga
fMhave been riceivjeu one from States?
"iile, giving lWnnett 125 majority, and
IVo ije fio 11 Charlotte, giving him i
t 'H)de is repoited close by'oiio dispatch
: from Washington, but a disnatch front
t'btizabeth City says Ityde gives Jieunetjb
W e are cleat out of tlie' woh1s.
! S. A. Ashe.
Atlanta, November 15. Pope liar
row lias beeu elected U. i. benator to
fill the. unexpired term of 4he late Benjii
MiiiQ 11. Hill. Allietl 11. colnuittWtts
I electeil the first ballot to the U. S. Sen
; atd for the full terhi commen'cinffUlarc!
I the. fourth. . i !
f Atlanta, Nov. 15,-The vote on the
r Senatorial electiou was : Short term
fRjirrow 116, Hill
ffluttt 122, Jackson
DD; loiig term Col
40, Black 33, Audef-
pf tlie Midland Rati
I read from ilorehead to Goldsboro, has been
J declared forfeited by a stockholders meet
fing, W. W.Carrnth for himself, Best and
1 pthers, entered a protests to the action. An-
I other resolution autholzed a new lease at s
I sum not less than $40,000 and for a terra of
1 3Q years, was adopted, by which it is hoped
I a satisfactory arrangement will be clfrcteu.
i 3Iow js it Doxk ? There is
one or two
I newspapers in the State whoe Ipase on life
l gencrauy qegros a lew monins oeiore, saa
s eoas a wecx or two alter, eacn btate eloc
ttipn. win some one please explain the m vs-
f, :r 1 - . ; - - .... -1
I fijrj Of su.li a newspaper existence?
Cpngressinens six Ueniocmtsouioi nine, at ouceand do the fery things the Dem
IBcuue s electea oA cr focivcij u qcrats nave bpen trying to get then to do
Isniall mniorityV it isjbelieved at this time,j sitlC(1 J870. Perhaps they imasiue this
QWAKISO UKPUMI-ICANS.'; j ,
The Republicans have taken the alnrfa
at last. They. see the handwriting on the
wall, nod re wisely getting their house ill
order. The New York Tribune, the; lead4
iiig Republican paper; of New York, in
view of the recent Democratic vjctorjej
thus tak of the situation, and of-what
ilits party ought to do. We will dot be
4ui prised -if tho present Cppgress shall
attempt by liberal and j list legislation
this winter to break tlie force of t fie rep
fent overthrow of the Jlcpubjjcaiis.
J'erhaps they will repeal the odions Inter-
pal Ke venue system ana i noc leave u w
be done by the Peiuoprats. perhaps they
may revisn tlie tariff and reduce it. They
would agree to nothing before. jWe think
jt quite pertain that they -will make some
sort fif demonstration to unload" the
i'sivty pf tle adnrjnistration. Tfte Tribune
The pjijff necessity for the Republicans
uov? is p unload the administration, its in
strnments hnd its methods, and to frame
measures which will meet the public ue-
j,iaud for better government. If the pr:
y does uot.sqceeed in framing land phic-
ticaUy nnitiug upon such measures as do
ti,e paonc demand, it will render
ReDul.lican success in! the next iPresiden-
tial election very much more dijtficult ad
Joubtfnl If it fails to clear ijself comht
pletely,- in the public estimation, frpja
responsibility for Che coudgctof thepres-
ent administiatioii brsyrapal with f that
I. . . .... . . . , i. .
" . . . . ' i - .
needs ofjudustry and trades would be
of much service. Therjeglect of Congress
to make any adequate provisions for these
needs -has been one of fhe causes of public
dissatisfaction. Auyl effort in that direc
tion will undoubtedly put the bulk of the
uemocraiic lini-rv mtn riiiwhinmiinnon
opposition to the will and intefestf the
people and will tend to wfden khe breach
that already exists between the two Wings
of the party. Tho question of internal
ulatioi will necessaiilv be considered.
lMr fcly declares that he will strive; to
.. ,a 1- u. i
mm uui mc lULcruui taxes euxireiv. ana
the Democrat who act Vfith the liquor
ntM-esta will n 1 t oftY.rt Ti ia fA.. fl.
Rt.publican8 to j(U,ge whueI. th(Jy cau
stieugthen their party byl this policy.
The Republicans onght by this ttte, to
convinced that the enip
I appointing power to control conventions
1 to extort money front officials and to de-
reformatory, is now placed
i eg8 w,icl ja8 nofc thug far 8own creat
1 ntness lor tne work. ;
I mi . t' . rnm' L . . . i
,1 iueiew xoik tutM, witu otliers o;
the Kepublicau press, sounds the alarni
.u,a quake with fear as they , behold the
signs of au ultimate disruption of thei
party, are loudly citlhiis for a halt : de
I jnauding that their Representatives iu
J Cougress, as well as iu the executive de
. I I ? "i.
1 partnieuts of the govei-ument, feo te work
w,u fouif m Q 6ome measure appease, the
people, and tlins enable them to still re
tain a longer lease ot power! For cheek
it surpasses anything evejM before heard
'f. If they repeal all the odious laws
which hpy have in (lie nas$ for
tho country and do this winter
1 l-...,ruu. ..iulu ntt tuey
It! dmr f Ik.it a a . 4 A . I . . X I 1
v Peopie wn
understand that the Democrats forced
them tp it, and will po doubt award the
honors where they properly bejpngi
' 1 ; " 1 f
Ex Senator Joseph E. McDonaJd, o
Indiana, telegraphs us follows to the ed
tor of the New York World :
"The result of the late elections all over
I , - .... .
the JSorth places the Democratic party iu
cciiueuey ior tne next ttto years.
" this ascendency is to become executive
in 1834, it must bo on the record the party
- - - iiutiiiii. t? isc eouuseiB
uuksi prevail, retorms most be real. The
tariff m ust be reduced to tho iircniiM
standard. Taxes must be levinil nK- f.u-
the support o,f t!jp gpverqateut. All ex
penditures autliorized by Congress mi
ba f0r national purposes and fur nu fttljer
purposes, audecouomv must bo eiifnipprl
in all departments of ie government.
xue luierierence o the federal adrais
tration in State elections and State afflui.
so overwhelmingly rebuked iu New York,
must cease. As soon as possible all laws
authorizinjr Federal art i fin liArnnrl ' rlio
limits ofthe constitution nuistU rrw.nl.
ed. Political aud officiAl linnAatv ,.,ot
be made the test of eliiribilitv
In short, we must merit as Demne.rAtA Hi
confidence which has beeu reposed in us
by the people." 1 i " ' . v!
Wre hope that every Democrat, North
and Soth, will solemnlj sabscribe his
name to the above broirraimme. and that
those iu position to carry it out, will re
ligiously work for it. The politics of this
country for the last few years have b.ceu
tearfully bad. The party in power have
trampled under foot time honored cousti-
vuuons, laws, precedents and jusages. and
have run the machine contraty. to every
wen huow Siife-gnard. The alarmed peo
ple jiave looked on aghast, aufl called on
At 1 - - i
me orates. And now is the time for the
Democrats Not to make money- or win
"uuu' Uf inemseiyes, but to serve Uip
icliu uouesuy to regaiu what they
have lost by recklessness; jand ito re
establish the general government upon
the original principle inarmed oot by the
almost inspired men who labored in its
formation. If this grand popular uphea
val meaus anything, it nieaLsU thorouirl
reformatiou in the political uwxjes of the
country, and the people stiijid ready to
applaud every laudable efford on the part
f Congress and the Legislatures to ac
complish it. They jiave chosen the Dem
ocraf ;e party as their agent to perform
the work. Let its houored members de
vote to t all the wfsddm and' energy in
aim 100 k doc ior a reward
Cotton Seed Oil jjilla are to be establish
ed both at CharlQttp ind Greenville, S. C.
and will be ready for ivbrk durin the win
EQor,r Hk ""S- 1
election in Virgin i
. r -. ... - . .
r.r twn-tlnrds or nis
a, w v - '
The cotton erpp of this year is estima
ted by some of the papers as mgii as
S. T. Miekey of Salem, tf, C, i 8a4 1
otho1 for load
have invenieu bi'j -- 1 .
ing and unloading Cars,
and will be pateuted.
It is iu demand
A frain of freight cars on the R. & D.
R. R., were wrecaeu as
week, by some evil disposed person, as 11
Chicago. Kov. J5.-The Bricklayers in
the emnlov of the Bosses Association, struck
thi$ morning agsins tip? system of the pay
ment by the bpur and for an increase in
It ia a hopeful sign of the times that the
newsDaners irenerally concede that tne eiec
tiops p,n the 7tn prqke up nng m
lobby, business which have run iot a$
Wasbioston since the war, and by wfiicp.
collossal fortunes were mad,e by plqnder
ing the government the people's treasury,
Will Arthur reward Col. Johnston,
nn T,nch and Hon. Chas. Price ior
their arduous labors duriug the late can
vass, or were they paid in advance, is
the question. Neither of them have a
renntation for cratuitous services that
" - w '
any body knows of.
The English newspapers in comment
ing on the late elections iu the United
States, see but ope prominent cause for
overthrow of tlie Republicans, and that
is their failure to institute thorough re
form in the civil service and give to the
people an upright aud permanent civi
and judicial service. .
GyrsiES. The Washington (D. C.
Star, speaks of a grand encampment o
gypsies near that city, who are preparing
to move down to North Carolina to spend
tlie wiuter. There will be nearly a thou
sand of them, of which six hundred are
women and children. Branches will go
to other States, South. The Star says
('The branches of the baud that unite
in North Carolina are governed by Qneen
zciua, who was cnosen ior mis nigu posi
tion on the death of Zanos, "the child o
the stars," near Columbus, Ohio, two
years ago. Zanos had ruled as queen for
eleven years, and one of her commands
was that this annual gathering should
take place. The principal husfuess of the
gypsies appears to be horse trad ing and
fortune telling. 1 hey appear to be harm
less, though many persons fear them'
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Fraud to be Investigated.
Hon. A. M. Kelley, chairma'n of the
Virginia Democratic Executive Commit
tee, has issued the following letter, under
date of Richmond, November 8th :
"Democratic judges of election, super
visors and challengers are earnestly re
quested to report to me at once all cases
ofLiIIegality and informality, and espe
cially the number of votes cast at their
respective precincts by parties presenting
tax receipts signed by appointees of the
auditor, Ajl of these are believed to be
illegal, and the bulk of them fraudulent
The outrages and open violations of law
which distinguished the election in this
city were doubtless repeat every where.
Tlie evidence of snch practices must be
valuable, and may, in certain casca be de
cisive. We confidently believe that we
have carried the State, and that Mr. Mas
aey is elected, and llat an honest vote
will demonstrated it. Virginia will not
iil to answer when the veil made np by
the magnificent victories of yesterday is
The Meaning of It.
Ifew York Sun.
Would yon know the meaning of the
political revolution wh.icli struck its first
blow iu Uhio in Qctnnpr, and swept
through Pennsylvania. Xaw York. Mass-
achnsetts and Colorado n Tupsd,ay last?
mcaus inese iour Tilings:
1. fled ace the expenses of everv brancli
of the Federal goyerninent to a basis u
simplicity, cnnpmy and jonesty I i
Aooiisn tne internal revenue abomi
3. Make the tariff simnla and rational.
and just sufficient to provide for the wants
ot an nonest and economii auniinistra-
tiuu iu iiiue 01 peaco; t
4. 2iO. subsidies, no jobs, and above all.
no stealing, either by the administration
and its agents, or by Concress and it
1 Ins i tlie meauins and the nnrnoKe hf
tlUs mighty overturn.
Is the Democracy wise eunuch and hiirli-
mindd enough to execute this reieiuitn-
ry mandate wth fidelity and courage!
We shall see. The occasion ia creat.
Aud we are happy to add, the future is
A Very Good Platform.
Hon. Siyft . RandalT, of Pennsylvania,
constructs the foljowiu brief but com-
piesenstve platform for the Democratic
!1. A radical reduction in the emen-
sea 01 rue govern inent. i
: l . -
"2. lieturn every sunerfluous office
holder to private usefulness. I
"3- Abolition of the internal revenue
"4. Radical retorm and simplification
ot the tariff. j
"5. Ko subsidies; no jobbery; no steal-
Now, if Mr. Riindall jjnd" hs prctc
tive tariff friends will recognize th
situation, and get down to busiuess, we
can all pull on harmoniously and trot pur
candidate right, into the White House
next ejection. Char. Observer.
The latest estimate of the New York
7ti, Republican, gives the Democrat
201, and the Radicals 124 members of the
yhe Thing: Bi,lst!,e )Vlped Outi
If the nextiCongfess dot ' abolish the
internal revenue yiu wy wb"
to abolish the Democratic party. The
people depiand if, the good of the coun
try demand it, and Congress must not
turn it daef ear tol the demand. ( There
was a time when its abolition would have
been impossible because the revenues
derived from it were considered necessary
o meet the current demands and debt
obligation of the government. Bat that
time has passed. t is no longer necessa
ry, and it can be abolished without oppo
sition worthy of the name. Many'Repub-
icans hare pronounced in favor of it
already and raany jmore will since they
tare seen the drift of the popular enrrebt
11 the past election. It is more than likely
that aome Republican like Kelly, .of
Pennsylvania, will steal Democratic thun
der and introduce a bill for its repeal next
wiuter, hare it passed and thus rob the
Democrats of the honor and prestige of its
mm''' v j . 1., .
passage rue jjemocren snoniu tun ins
anticipated iii thi move nor wait until
the 48th Congress Imeets to agitate it. It
should be done at the very first opiMrtu-
uity, and no rest should be takeu nutil it
ia entirely wiped out. ;
olita! ilaiueluatiou, '
How a Ndrtktrn Man Becomes Crazy from
Morbid ' Fears of Southern ralitictil
Methods as Conceived from a 2Cew
Frotf) Charlotte Journal.
T . t 1 I l f O
last inuajiB wi jicw, air. su. o,
Hawks, a gentleman of Ashfield, Mass..
reached Fort Mills, with three elegant
bird dogs, which he proposed fo truiu for
the approach iug field trials at High Point.
He was thoroughly well equipped as a
sportsman and trainer, and devoted him
self to his busiuess with much assiduity.
But he soon began to exhibit peculiar
symptoms of mental derangement which
took the form of excessive feaT, that,
being a Northern man and a kepublicau, I
he would be killed. The excitement at
tendant upon and following the election
so wrought up the fears suggested by his
evidently disordered braiu that he pro-
.;n : ij ,.1 .1 I
rort iuiu, sajs ue woiiiu iretjueuiiy e-
press the apprehension that he was to be-
come a political victim, aud when citi-
Sens of the village would enter the honse
aud refer to Hilitics he would hasten to
his room and lock himself iu, from whence
he Bould be induced to come out
come out only
after much persuasion aud that no harm
should be done liihi. These npprehensious
were the only exhibitions of derangement I
he made, and as he appeared rational in
lU his other action's aud utterances, no,
interruption was1 offered to his training of
. . . L ....
the twgs, vrnicii ne cenunueu witn qui-
ireuco aud interest. He' seemed ex treniely
fond of tlie dogX, ttiid took much pride in
the excellence of r their pedigree and tlie
progress' of thetr training. lie valued
them at $50 each.
Saturday morning last, with his guq
and cue of the (Iocs, he took the fields.
IIo lt.1 lint rotnU tr innti- a . I.?. I
. , "
wont, but u negro came with the story
that while working iu a cotton field that
morning, he had heard a shet and a yelp
and a moment after hail seen Mrt Hawks
flying like a madman through the cotton
field, entering the woods again on the
apposite &de. In a momeut he hd heard
another shot from the woods. It yras
feared that the poor fellow, in a freak
pf insanity, had killed himself, and party
of citizens w-as farmed to search for him
or his corpse. Proceeding to the spat
from whence thje first shot heard by the
negro had sounded, the dead body of the
dog was found rjith a piatoj ept through
Us head, following the trial of th.e )uanne
man, his pistol was found in the woods
Ueypud the cotton field; bnt nothing
could he seen of the fugitive, although
the search was cpn.ttnu.ed, tUrougkont tbe
ifternpon and Suuday, '
Yesterday morning Mr, Hawks entered
the hardware . store of Messrs, B rem &
McDowell in this city. His appearance
was wild and disorded in the extreme.
He was dressed in a cauvass hunting suit
covefed. with mud and dirt, his hat was
torn and the hair of his head protruded
through the lipieg. His heavy hunting
boptb were wet t as though he had been
wadjng in the wter j his hands were
torn nud bleeding, and his j eyes had
the wild and unmistakable cleant of
i . I m II m 1 m.Z , . . A : 1
n the store whep e entered, bnt Mr.
Brem, wh 4net him , when he passe
through Pharlotteon hia way toort
f:il .... : a i.j i - I
He had ed, he said, because he ws Con-
Vuvcu u,c ?u?piraCyo ma
life because he was a Northern man and a
Republican, bnt strangely enough he
thought the necroes were to be the agents
nf lii. ti.. 1 1 I...
ua mi. a ucuiu, lie iiou uccu iiurMiieii ii v
them since Saturday morning; had shot
his dog because he feared it would be the
means of his discovery aud capture. He
had not had a i mouthful to esit since he
left Fort Mill, ud had been hiding in
ditchea for 2 davs and nichts. He was
taken to the Central Hotel by Mr. Brem,
who telegraphed to Fort Mjl for his dogs
aud baggage. He was well supplied for
Fftpney, and leaves for his home is ijaes
RjpHMOXD & Danvilxe. Thcj road
has earned its divjdend, u fact was never
doing better, bnt being iu need of money,
aud being unable p borrow, on aeconut
of the wide fluctuations in the stock, was
compelled to pas it. This stock is good
for n considerable advuee within the next
thirty days pr sooner. A Y. Slock Report.
State Tote in IStSO and 1832.
By Cpngressfrnal Disiricii, -
nett. i 264
Totals 14,753 14,459 ;
Moo to 1,452
Newr Hanover 1,359
, 16,528 15,313
Totals 16,898 13,824
' 356 181
Totals 15,029 10,980
'Counted with Cherokee,
Congressman John Paul, of Virginia, a
Readjustee is on the Election Committee
of the present House of Representatives,
I f M niihl" of Santh CarolinA. On
p.anl wa. re-elected by a bare
maioritr. ,,d Dibble waa re-elected br
about 5,000 majority, whereupon Dibble
Mm ilarrimrg. Fff ;
j have bJ abp 5,0QU
maioritv. Hone to meet von in Wash-
ington this winter and. return compli-
Time is Out I
All NOTES, ACCOUNTS and MORTGAG-
ES were due on November 1st ; but as this
is a late season, I will extend the time to
the 20th, and will not put out for collection
until after the 23d. I must urge the impor
tance that payments be, made at once.
Please do aot cause me tor add costs to you.
I have no desire to do so, but must have
the amounts due at once.
J. I). GASKILL.
I " 1
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. . . 1 -. t . ' ....
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! . ' 1 ! J .. A.
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SALE of LflWB!
Will be sold on the premises on the 23d
day of December next, the land ef George
A. Locke, aecessea, comainmg; asiu acrcB.
Rftirl land will he divided and sold in two
separate lots the Anderson place, contain-
injr 120 acres, on which is a good Dwelling,
liarn, ana necessary ouiDUiinings. ine
VanEaton place, containing 150 acres and
no uqiuungs, is wen umuereu iim suiuc ..wj ji".
good Creek and Branch bottom-lands on it, I Iu my absence call on John S. Hender
and some fair i specimens of Gold. Said j son or M. L. Holmes, Esq.
lands lie on Fourth Creek in Scotch Inh
township, Rowan county, adjoining the
lands of A. A. jHart, JoHn Campbell and
others; is well watered, and produces corn,
wheat, oats and cotton, freely. Lies in a
good neighborhood. Arty one wishing to
examine the property can do so by calling
on Mr. nenry G. Lippard, who resides on
the place, and will point it out.
Terms at sale CA&H,
J. D. JOHNSTON,
Nov. 13, 1882. 5;-H !
600 BUSHELS OF CORN
FOR SALE I
A No. 1 Westinghouse Wheat Thresher
39 inch cyjipder sol d on time. Two Wag
ons, and two fine large Mules, two elegant'
Milch Cows, ten head of hogs, Household
and Kitchen furniture.
SALE, WEDNESDAY 22d Nov'r, 1832,
at Plantation near Thyatira Church.
t3fRenieinlcr the date.
J. G. McCONN AUG HEY".
Nov. 7th, 1882. 4:2t.
Having taken out letters of Administra
tion on the estate of the late Wm. M. Kin
caid, deceased, I will proceed to fell at rmb-
Uc sale, on the premises, 3 mi lei west ot
Salisbury, on Tuesday, December the; 5th,
1882, the following personal property, nz:
Wheat, oats, corn, horses, cattle, two
milch oows, hogs, leaf tobacco, two 3-horse
wagons, one buggy and harness, a turning
lathe, farming implements, household and
kitchen furniture, and other articles not
enumerated. Terms, Cash.
Further Notice 1 All
claims against said Wm. M. Kmcaid, dec d,
are hereby notified to present the same to
me on or before the 7th day of Nvemberr
1883, or this notice will be plead in bar ol
their recovery. And all persons indebted
to the said deceased are requested to make
immediate payment. -
A. L. HALL, Adm r.
Nov. 6th, 1882. 4:0 w j 1
Notice is hereby given -that I will ofler
for sale at public auction, at the late resi
dence of Elizabeth Lyerly, dee'd, in Frank
lin township, on the 27th dav of November,
1882, the following personal property, to
wit: One horse and buggy, three head of
cattle, 8 or 10 hogs and pigs, about 50 bush
els of corn, about 20 bushels of wheat, far
ming utensils, household aud kitchen fur
niture, and perhaps others articles.
Terms ol eAlevasU,
Ef"AL persons having claims against the
estate of the said Elizabeth Lyerly, decd,
ate hereby noticed to exhibit the same to
the undersigned on or before the 7th day
of November, 1,863, and all persons indebt
ed to saw estate are requested to make
Ato;sojB juaroe Adm. r at
Nov. 6, 1882. 4 w-
Bv virtue of Venditio Exponas and ex ecu
tipn, issued put pf thef Superior Court
HQWftn Cpnnty in favpr of P. fi. IleiUg &
Spn against onn L. Cruse, in my uands lor
collection, I will sell at public auction, at
iqe VPh" xiouse popr if np ipwo, pi nana-
real Droperty. vu ; A tract flf land RW
pn tie?7tn pay oi xfovemner, ioo,
all the ngft1! "HP Pvere5t anq estate oi tne
said John it. PTv$e, W ffnd to tbe fpllpwipg
an county, adjoining tne laflda pt John y.
Rimer, Henry Klutts, and others, d npn
as the unancey jcoung pi ace.
Terms, Cash. Datecr at Salisbury,
18th day of September, 1882.
A meeting pf the Stockholders of
tit . i' J v lu n l : t..:i n.li'n
yyesieru iurm varuiiua iuxii xvuaq wpiu
pany is called to meet in bausbnry N.
pii Thursday, November 9th, 1882.
15y order ot the Hoard or Directors. -
GEO. P. ERWIN,
ct. 5th 1882. Sec. & Treas.
051 :4t. ' " -
AND WINTER STOCK of Good
that we have always kept a first-class
mL . 1 1 ;H
Valuable bumig lots
! FOR SALE.
I will sell privately, two building Ut
1 adjoining my residence, frontiug ou FaU
J ton street aud running througli to rUtti
einxu jus is ui uhwi, uetsirauie prop.
I efty that lias been oflfered-for sale ; ln;re
A. J. MOCK,
2:1m. Salisbury, Oct. 25, 1882.
Main Street, Salisbury, K. C.
DEALER III PURE DRUGS,
Medicine, Oils, Soaps, Perfumeries, BrWhe,
Combs, Trusses, Lamps, Cigars and TobaV
co. Also a beautiful lot ol fancy-
VASES AND TOILET SETS,
"PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY,
Cheaper than ever known before, i Night
calls promptly answered without! extra,
charge. Give him a call,
SEED WHEAT, j
We are Agents for John Waoswprth's
Celebrated J '
RUST PROOF Seed Wheat,
Vc can supply it in any quantity requit
ed. J. M.KNOX CO.
Salisbury, Oct. 19th, '82. 4 1. !
Personal Property !
At the residence of John Graham, decMr
near Third Creek Station, in Scotch Irwh
township, I will offer tor sale at public suc
tion, on Tuesday, the 21st day of Norem-
ber, 1882, the following personal property,
to wit : One good mule and three horse, a
number of hogs, a lot of wheat, corn id
cotton, one 2-horse carriage, one buggy, 8
wagons, one Mower and Rake, Farming
Implements xf every description, Household !.
and Kitchen Furniture, and other things
Also, on Thursday, the 23d day of No
vemder, 1882, at his plantation in AtveU
township, I will expose to public-sals
large lot of Corn, Wheat, Cotton and per
hans other articles.
TER31S of both sales Cash. !
J. G. FLEMING, Adm'r
of John Graham, dee'd.
Oct. 17, 1882. lw
North Carolina. 1 111
ROWAN COUNTY, S or Court.
James Hillard, Adm'r of Sarah Green, Pi".
Wilfor.l Dent and others, Deft.
Petition to sell land for assets. ;
It appearing to the satisfaction of the.
Court that John Dent, if HtUUJT, nd1.1l
bews, if he be dead, and Hatck Dent, If br
ing, and his heirs, if he be dead, defendsaU
in the above named case, are non-residents
of the State: It is ordered by the Cow
that publication be made is the CaroUaa
Watchman" for six successive weektjaw"
fying the said defendants to ; appear at the
,offi. of th nifrV nf the Sunener Courtw
I Ravfan County, on Monday the 18th day of
tv v. too.) . 1 n0i-ar th romnl&illl
XrvviuuvHy ioo, atiu uonvi - i
wbwn will be filed in the above enuii z
tion, within ten days from the date hereon
and if they fail to answer tne compiai
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the i
Hef demanded in the complaint. !i
J.M, HOHAII.U. Bi.v---pf
Oct. 27, 1882.
Horth Carolina, 1
ROWAN COUNTY. S
Li TV 8cw
Tobias Kesler, PVff,
Against . j
John F. Reed and others, Deft.
Petition for partition of land.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Oourtnat John F. Reed, John C. Cwn
and. wile Sally J. Connor, John 8. Uenara
Wq wtfeMargaret-E. Leonard, B J
and wjfe A.lice C. Jones, W. W. Beid.W;
Reed, and LnUa Mason, defendants jin wj
above entitled case, ftre non-iesld.f,,:hji
this State and are necessary parties o w
action Tit is ordered by the Cwrt tWJ F"JT
lica,tipd be made in th.p "Paxolifi JL
man" for six successive weeks, PWJf
said defendents to appear at the'g:
the Clerk of the Superior Court f WJm
Cpunty, ojOIonday the 18th dayof PjgJ,
ber. 882, and answer the complaint,
will be filed therein, and if they h !JJg
swer said complaint the plaintiff VH
to the Court for the relief demanded
i.;nf t x tinTiAIL C. Si v
of Rowan County
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