; y J ' J :. "V ' TP - JBUNING INTELLIGENCE, in the work are sanguine as to results.
jGa - (Q) (2 tti i tiiaS 1 " r"" ' 1 1$ext week all the machinery win 1e
. I 1J " - " ! T.K. BRU3TEK MANAGER. , going, j ' '
THt&SDAY, NOV 1671882.
I SSTlTW TERMS.
' prom and after the 1st day elf Jan nary, J
1832, the subscription price of the H'acA-
a will jtiuw s
paid lu advance,!
payment delayed 3 months, 2,00
payment delayed 12 months 2 50
' m - i t n ' 4. .1 1
WAMr" T I ,,, wu
apply Watchman Office
Oats. Mr. W.;G. Chandler,
at . Chap I
flier's Groe,;Montgomery county, sowed
oats in Jaly lLat. Strange to say the crop
. matnnid-saniple left in odr office." v
. j G McCossACGnEY's sale of corn, &cn
will take place' on Wednesday Me 22d of
NoTeriitXJr iastead or the 4it as
Inlsstiweekjs paper. See new
nient.i - .:!
i . :. L . i ii.i I
n!.-. rJ froht of tue season visuea vuis r-
place on tlfc morning of the 6th inst. We
"""-"' i j - . .!. w,.
: .orprani-'lit frosts since, but
)4VC tin-' ' r o .
there are still many things in
dens notoriously danunged.
u. .'t io' - "
wen owIPraterI The Ye
i Cbristain AlpsociatUu of ibis place is obser
ving this weyjK, me regular annum icrm iw
r. .oecisl relisioos icrviccs. "They will have
meeting evlry night this week except Sat-
roecun c j I
j urdST nlsbtl The meetings arc well at-
The nert Tobacco Warehouse is now
fully ceropjeted, and ready for the new
tobacco croi It is a substaujial build
ing 50xl00iud it is expected. that at an
early day it will b4 full. The first salesday
will attract many buyers from a
tance. ' , j
Mr. Buttsf exhibited his
.aceues iu the old .testament
to a very
large audience last' night. The Hall is
seldom filld as on this occasion ; and
tliey were well pleased with the artistic
work. With de tot ion to his art studies
there is no Reason iwhy this vonog Caro-1
Jinian cannot attain posiiym as an arwsu
Dedication" Services. The Catholic
in this place,
ixt Sabbath J the Right
t nop ofiBciating, assis-
will be dedicated
Jlev. Bishop, Northrop officiating, assis-
ted hy serefal other clergymen. The
services will commence at 91 in the morn-j
inc. and asJn at 7 in the evening, t I
Jib I w I
Washington. The !
have iBRuedi a reduced rate to Washinc-1
ton City an return ; tickets wfll be sold
on 23d, 24tb and 25th of November at the
depot in Salisbury1, for $140 round trip,
good BBtil )ecenibcr 5th. The occasion
ia the National Bazar Industiial and art
exposition Mr theJbenefit of the Garfield
MOMmnentFuud. I I -
There are seveial sporting I men here
with a number of trained dogs ; among
them are MB T. E. Smith, of New Jersey,
Mr. aud Mrs! Charles Heath, of
N. J., aud Mi-. J, Heron Crusinau of New
Mr. A. Hltry Cijaige, of Philadelphia,
srn red here tb-daVL He is well known
among the young people; and by-the-way,
is a fine stint, lid ex pects to
hand oihonhe birds' this fall.
I, TrRrrti,iWe have received!
Hews of theldntimeiy death of Bro. Chs.
I bprdoD, by
j lUilroitJ, w
an accident on the W. N. C.
illo in the, faithful discharge
jofftU datynd Hereas, we desire to
express ourf sympathy with the bereaved
familj, anJ nlso leave on record some
Itestinionialfof the bharacter of this devot-
ed'Knight 4f Uonjr.
L?prf,'K!lat Lode has lo8t hy
simple and sincero in manner, true in
Character, farise ii council, and always
rrv w ju ao nauui greuiw Bg.uusi,
Um for hisimanlvl character and honestv
of purpesejahd wb will ever cherish his
memory. and meet him in the Great
his Lodge attend the
i in a - Vwxlv. find rea r
the nsual badge of mourning thirty days completed the setting of a new one hun
impectoisnjempry. j . dred horse boiler, made by j Babcox &
jmmuai tuis preamoie ana reso
IJtions be kpreadl upon the minutes of
vu.4mgetanu that a copy be sent to
lnij'hmstU,A TL If r
7 """"" tuu juimitcr itir iiuuiicauou.
t 4 a . L. S "
IV; A. VlLBORN,
- ..ctt. ui waiojir. air.
Haiumolid, editor of the Forest
StJ-eaai, one of the best sortin iniiriiaU
e I I' r
ingro wtrllarrieil in this cit yester
daynd registered it the Central. Two
of the dogaftat Mri Hawks, the, unfortu
nate crazy Ink u, had uuder , his trail
tport,MiyWl6ge4to.- Mr, Iarniu
and le has gone dowip to see about th
nuder . hiSj traiuing
iue dog killed
by Hawks belonged to
ams, of New York who
6ow her f ith
Mr. llAinmnud. 'Rnfh
ee gentfemen ale greatly interested in
we spprobjng lleld trials at High Point
evlr? T11 lt VU 56 Lei latest
tin ll lfeQrtveT,,eld in theSoath-
on BTp , Veria hnndred dfi8 wiU
blolili mI T 8Te of t,,em the fine8t
tbe w ? ericaTina vaiuea. ail
- )e revpltttioiujted the First! District,
lt jour speed, U Wilmington! seems to
"ave little &i,h. iX:ll ;
hg Canaday. What
0 von PTtUa
1- . r-
Mixiko M eh. Last Saturday a god
many men in teres tea in mining were in
the city, among them were:
Dr. M. r. Rogers, of Beaver
Someryj county Mr. Hambley,! assay er,
Gold H jll, Rowan county ; Mr. .8
and Mrf C. Armstrong of the Sam
tian. Montiromerv eonntv:; Mr. J. D.
r ' r . . "
Stewart, Dunn's Mountain, Rowan conn
ty j Mrl C. G. Veile and Mr. A. D. Potts,
Crowell mine, Stanly county ; Mr. J.J.
Newman, Dutch Creek, Rowan! county j
Judge plagues, of Fenn interested in
mining j property ' near herej Mr. John
Deweese, of Cabarrus county, interested
in Rocky Eiver gold property
6 WAV Mixe. Tlie assignment of Mr.
L. Graf spoken of as a failure of $200,000
in last'week's paoer. will not. so Supt.
Menninger ears, affect the development,
of the Bo wan mine. Hesays hey will go
tfirlir em ami nv atli Inr I orottliinrv I
... . ti ...
9 r (
Il..ir nnn.1 TI- l.v. f- fi.fl
nisi uvku iuov sail uiut mi uiai i
will pull th rough his present troubles
paying one hundred cents ou Uhe dollar
for all his liabilities.
CoKCpso, N, C, Novll5, 82,.
Editor Watchman : . 'I
The Kocky River Gold win was told
this week to 'Judge Hnchesfof Pa. Tor
$40,000. The Reed & Allison was sold
to aPbiladelphia company, for about
$5,000. Both companies will erect ma-
.lllri(.Lt. alt ,inwft airAnii
j menceu taking out Ore. Kesp't, j
W. M. Smith.
Sam Christian Mike. Between two
and three hundred penny weights of
rough nuggets were shipped to the com
pany in Philadelphia, last Saturday.
Mr. Shervin tlia Supt., has returned
to Philadelphia, leaviug MrJ W. B
Smith in cliarge as Supt, find Mr. C
Armst roug as assistant. We are glad to
know the property is still producing in
pay iug J quantities. The largest piece
sentiu lot mentioned weighed '84 penny-1
weights, and came from what is known as
"Moore8 Dry Hollow" one of the richest
gnlchea ou the property.
5Ir w B gmith ef tbe gam Christian
mine is here to-day. He tells ns that he
is looking for Mr. Haslett, C E., ttho is
coming to rnn experimental lines from
Uwharrie River to iiiine, with the
view of kleterminiug the practicability of
briuging water from this source to supply
the works. Should this be done placer
washings would be a great deal more ex-
IBUOI V W U UIIO lUI IJ
GotD Hill, They are dropping pumps
at Randolph sliaft as quickly las tMwxiblc.
and will commence pumping Water this
weeK. . . f
f OLD field vein, j-
Pumpe dropied into Old Field shaft to
drain water they expect to work this
vein vigorously. An engine for this i?baft
is on tuo way ami is expected every day.
They are' sinking a new shaft on lode
8 inches; wide. Having only been work
ed to w;atcr level, the chances for sue-
cess are ;very good.
1 he presence of Col. W. Cochrane,
of London, seems to have invigorated
movements at tiro Hill this! new shaft
was stai ted since his arrival.!
We expect to see Gold Hill running all
works soon : the Randolph,; Bern heart,
Old Field, the full battery 20 strong
and the umalgating works.
This TrfnAff-.' im'iiwl lv- tlia Vri-1 rtm-
iiuu uoiu iuiiuug anu ivetiucnon tuni
Pan3 Ims been under suspension for
1 several weeks. A visit there last Tnes-
day fouiid Mr. J. Jacobs, the' Supt., and
i01. A A i t
of hands busily engaged in
P"ttnfi Mllng to "glits, with the expec-
tation of starting everything 'full blast
first of next week. The tiaie dnriug this
suspension hasn taken n build-
wgandto setting new machinery whicli
will greatly facilitate operations,
ai snait o, i iiiey nave put in a new
3 plunger pump, made
Ferre11 & Muckle, of Philadelphia,
with a capacity of hoisting 200 gallons of
bnilt a new boiler house, and have Just
tv:i..w r XT rri.l- '
vi bw tvrk. his i pruuauiy
the best boiler in this, section and is so I
I ' - i "
are arranging to concentrate
boiler power. Shaft No. 1 is
fet they, have let contract Ifor sinking
SO feeHteeper. JShaft No.JJ, 400 feet dis
taut. is down 165 feet. These' shafts are
o.icomiftieq wj urm on vein, ana aireu oy
The concentrating house aiid niachin-
ery is located near shaft NO. 2. They
have large 60 horse boiler and 50 hose
engiue to rnn the works. The ore first
passes through a Forster crusher, (capa-
city 50 tons in 24 hours, V froui which the
ore drops Into an elevator, which lifts it
to the third floor, and dnmns it into
I :, c', ; rni.L ' a.
turns pass through land into the next
gieve, No. 8 inesh ; while tlie coarser
particles are sent to a Bradfords rolls,
where ill ia crushed and falls j again into
elevator and is again lifted! to sieves,
There are five of these sieves orscruns
from which the ore falls to as many jigs,
where the sulphnrets are separated from
tue grauplated vein stone.
To this coucentratinir lionse.fthev are
addition for sixth jig and slime
orking slime whicli carries
off salPret ?,loagH to be worth work-
li 2 - 1
;7 Airogeiuer prospects ar
the niiytf are flattering and those engaged
; They say that the Clerks in Washing
ton who were made to stand and deliver
to J. Hubbell'a highway robbers are going
to "have an investigation into tho ques
tion "what became of , the money r and
that some of Hubbells committee
quite willing for ( it perhaps
they don't have the handling of It; ;
: 1 We have no doubt that the most inter-
! esting witnesses w1k could be summoned
would be Boss Mahone and Boss Mott. ton seed oil mill, leave this morning, but
They certainly know where some of it will return in a few weeks, as it Is under
went, and ought to j be politely invited to stood they have' positively' determined
"give in their experience." Cltarlotte I upon the mill. ; Several of our own capi
JournaU I talists will be interested in the enterprise.
j , YOB TKIAL AT
Tmll Term of Rovsa Superior Court.
uoMxxxcnro juoxdat, the zvth or
TKXBXB, 1882, IIIS UOXOB, J. U. Jj. U UD-1
obb, judge, niEsiDixo. :
Monday and Tuesday of Tint WeetTri- J
ah on State Docket.
( Wkdsesdat, Nov. 29th.
No, 5 A. H. Boyden vs. Geo. Achenbach.
J fi E Mauhey vs.T J Crowell.
JO EH Marsh vs T J Meroney.
12 Tobias Kestler vs Tsaac S Linker's Ad
ministrator. 13 ML Holmes vs W L Kestler and others
14 -AV A Pnafnn v Jnhn Hm
16 C B Hotchkiss vs Ann McNeely and
19 FD Koontz vs Jemima Pinksten.
21 J J Mott vs John A Ramsay.
24 R A Caldwell vs W. N. C. Railroad Co,
25 R Pearson and others vs A H Boyden
and otners. f
28 John P. Park vs Elizabeth Park."
Thxjrsdat, Nov. 30tb, Thanksgiving day
Friday, December 1st.
29 J N B Johnson and wife vs Tobias Kes-
i ler. . ; f: r -
31 J W Mauney vs J B Lanier and L G
34 Margaret Keifnick vs Tobias Keslcr.
36 ML Bean vs M A Allison and others.
Saturday, Dec. 2d.
83 Fanny Clement vs James Clement.
39 Alman Patterson- and wife vs J
40 T D Roseman vs Tobias Kesler.
42 J.N B Johnson! and wife vs Tobias
Kesler and others.
43 John A Christy vs Wm Neal and others.
44 R R Crawford & Co. vs Geiscr Manfg
45 A H Boyden vs T M Kerns.
46 A T Powe vs Jack EHer. !
47 Edwin Shaver vs Town of Salisbury, i
48 John C Bringle vs Sallie mil. ,
Mokdat, Dec. 4th State Docket.
Tuesday, Dec. 5tb.
49 J D Johnson vs ComrVof Rowan Co.'
50 W A Lingle, ExV, vs J K Graham, j
51 Mary C Earn hart vs J F A Earn hart. 1
53 Jacob L Beaver vs John H Verble.
53 P 8 Torrence vs Richard Correl. j
54 R J Holmes vs. J B Trexler.
55 Tobias Kesler sod others vs D L Brin
07 Thomas Knox vs Fanny Knbx.
! ! Wednesday, Dec. 6th.
58 John Cauble vs J F Beatty.
60 Simeon Kluttz vs Paul Holshouscr.-
61 Simeon Kluttz vs Henry Peeler.
62 Moses A Fultz vs W. N. C. Railroad Co.
63 Tobia Kesler vs Margaret Keifnick.
64 J M Gray vs And. Sumner and J C
65 ilary F Williams and others vs Luke
67 Overcash & Co. vs Charles Groner and
68 P A Frercks vs W G McNeely and wife
73 Jonn bpeer vs Alfred Peeler.
73 James Smith & Son vs Tobias Keslcr
i i '
Tiiubsday, Dec. 7tb.
75 Jane C Yokely and others vs W F Hen
76 Meroney & Rogers vs J C Foard.
77 8 M 81oop vs S F Ludwick.
79 J M Parks vs M L Arey.
80 J B Hartman vs Martha Ilartman.
81 Mary J Watson vs W N C Railroad Co.
83 P J Willis and i others' vs R A Bur-
ronghs and others.
84 J A Clodfelter vs John H Verble.
85 Wm II Kestler vs Sarah C Kestler.
86 Anthony Gibson vs W N C Railraod
Friday, Dec. 8th.
87 C T Bernhardt and others vs R. & D.
Rail read Co.
88 Bingham & Co. vs R & D Railraod Co.
89 Norman Kyle and others vs R N Carter
90 James Caddie vs A L Hall, Adm'r.
91 P ITHeilig & Son vs John L Cruse.
No. 1 Clarissa Julian and others, ex parte.
2 J H Newsnm and others, ex parte
3 John Hughes, adm'r of John W Ellis
vs J G & D Flemingr, Ex'rs.
4 U.'A Caldwell vs J V & T Svmons.
7 E Mauney & Son vs. Joseph Marshall.
8 Moses L Holmes vs R A Caldwell and
i others. '
9 Joseph Dobsoa vs S McD Tate.
11 Johnson, Clark & Co. vs C M Bernheim
13 Com'rs of Guilford vs W B ilarch and
17 John Graham vs Com'rs of Rowan Co.
18 D A Goodman and wife vs John C Mjl-
; lcrand others.
20 State ex rel F H Mauney vs Isaac Earn
, hart and others.
22 J P Hanna, admVvs R & D It It Co.
23 Potter & Hoffman vs N. C. G. A: Co.
38 T J. & P P Meroney vs M L Bean.
27 Columbia Boyden vs N A Boyden and
I -others. ! .
30 Louis V Brown vs Williams Brown.
32 I W Jones vs Henry McCoy.
33 A H Ncwsom and wifelvsS A Eamhart.
35 M L Holmes vsR A Caldwell and others
37 W J Best vs W P Clyde and others.
41 People and Atty General vs C C Krider.
56 Edwin Shaver and others vs L H Clem
ent and others.
59 M A Bencini vs Com'rs of Rowan.
66 3Iichael Goodman and others vs John
T Goodman and others.
69 A J Owen, adm'r vs It & D R R Co.
70 Hugh A Dobbin and others ex parte.
1 Tdomas-Ni block vs JJ A Fink.
74 Eph Mauney and others vs ML Holmes
78 State ex rel J A Eller and
I A Rosemen and others.
89 T J & P P Meroney vs A
others vs R
! and others.' j :. . ,
92 R R Crawford vs W P Pra ther.
T n. Mn nfth Calendar r not
w - . j
reached and deposed of on the appointed
wiU called on pext day in prece.
dcnce of cases set for that day, : ; ,
Witnesses will not be required to attend
until the day appointed for the casein which
they are subpeenaed.
Noa Jnry Cases will be
to the convenience of the
jj m. noKAn, c. s. c.
Tlio Cotton Seed Oil Mill.'
Messrs. Merrick! & Applet the Brad
ford I couutr. " Pennsvlvnuia. centlemen
who i have been here for the last week,
looking after the establishment of a cot-
It is 1 learned that -the: idant ibr the mill
will cost $40,000 or "f 5O,0O6V and that the'
entire euterjrise will represent about
tioo,boo.; - ' ; ' i P ;-:,,; - -
It i shown by reasonabte'calcculations
absence of such a mill from
has been costing' the cotton
planters in our tributary territory eonaid-
erably oyer 100,000 perj'year, in the
single item of the waste pi t he oil in the
cotton seed is not of the slightest value in
enriching the soil and its extraction from
the seed does not fni
value in this
respect of the oil cake.
.Tiier removal of
the staple adherbigo the jmd, winch is
done in the process for extracting the oil
also adds much to the, value of the cake
aa provender, as the linton the seed com-
ine from the cin helps to form an indi
gestible mass in tle , sltomah of cattle,
while) no such result follows with the
cake.-Char. Journal J
Too j Early.
As usual, after a Congressional election
the friends of prominent men of the win
ning party have begun to nominate can
didates for Speaker of! the House, and
even i of Clerk. Sercreant-at-Arms and
Door-j-keeper. If the newly elected mem
had to assemble immediately, or
even pn the 4th of next March, when their
term of office will begin, there might be
some propriety in this, but when it is le-
mcmbered that the new Congress will
not meet until the 1st Monday iu Decem
ber, 1883 more than a year hence and
that the contingencies which may happen
iu tue; meantime are beyond mortal fore-
sight jand may change the . whole faee of
politics, it seems early io be setting
forth the claims of this, or that man for
this, or that office. ."'
It is still more early to 'nomiuate can
didates for President, and other offices
which cannot be filled for more than two
years hence and, what is more, it is very
often unwise in the fneudsof a particular
candidate to enter him for the race so
soon. ! Two years 1s,a long time, and
events rush over, eaclother with wonT
derfnt rupidityriiow-a-daya. Something
may he , pardoped toenUinsiasm in the
first flush of.' victory, Tveu a ; successful
candidate's friends - demand Ids further
elevation, but the; wise aBd cool political
calculator does not seize that moment to
proclaim his future tacticts. Reversing
the script nal maxim, he says "sufficient
unto i the day is thecood thereof." and
then proceeds to watch and . wait. Char.
Chattanooga, Texn., Nov. 14. The
first killing frost of the season visited
this locality this morning. ' Thermometer
fell to35 degrees.
Knoxville, Nov. 14. The heavy frost1
of this mocning extended all over the val-i
ley of j East Tennessee. It was the first
frost of the season in the vicinity of
Knoxyille, the weather up to the present
time having been unusually mild. The
weather remains clear and favorable to
gathering of late crops which are more
abundant than they have been for sever-
al years, com being 50 per cent above
the average. The acreage of wheat just
sowed is greater than it was ever before
known to be in East Tennessee.
Charleston IkpustriaL Exhibition.
Greatly reduced rates have been offer
ed on all the roads leading to Charleston
for the grand Industrial Exhibition which
begins on the 21st inst.. and continnes to
December' 16th. The most prominent
and attractive event of the Exhibition is
I to be a mnsic festival oif November 27,
28 aud 2& Delegations' of the best musi
cal talent of the citiesT6f Savaunah, At
lanta and Columbia will bo present to
augmeut the grand clibrus'of 'i140 voices
and orchestra of 50 : perfoviners. Char.
Journal. .t '.WV
Thei stockholders of tlrir Atlantic &
North Carolina Railroad company have
declared forfeited the lease of their road
to the Midlaud (N.'C.) Railroad repre
sented by W.J. Best of New York.
K. Y. Stock Report.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF
45 1 ;
98 ! 141
Til rt rvli m
Greensboro Patriot: Joseph" CI King,!
of this place, charged ! with robbing the
mails, was convictedat Asheville yester-
" ' !';.: .
k The Red river is frozen over at Winn I
peg, Manitoba, and there is fair sleighing
in that locality. i - I
'jA' colored man was fouud walking
along Howard street, Baltimore, Monday,
with the small-pox. I j -
t-- v:--'..--.''- ....
,(Mr. Beecher, notwithstanding the ve
hemence with, -which he advised bis fellow-citizens
to register and Tote against
Folger, did not , himself deposit any bal
lojfc on election day 2Te Tort Herald,
Kansas City, Mo.t Not. 15. A con
struction train oii the Alton road; while
backing up from Grain Vialley to Oak
Grove, last evening, collided with a band
caK , The train wa ditched, six men
killed, and eight or ten wounded, i 'r
Frost and Demockact. Wilmington,
November 15. There was a killing frost
here last night, the first this' season.
The Democrats have elected their en
tire ticket for Judges of the Supreme
and Superior courts.
r The sharpest rebuke administered, to
''Liberalism in North Carolina is the
vigor and pertinacity with which- the
old-line Radicals have scratched George
NjFolk, the Liberal' candidate for Associate-1
Justice of the Supreme fconrt.
The scratching also extended to the other
canditlates on the Judicial ticket, apd the
result is that not a mother's son of them
is elected. Wil.S tar.
Wilmington Star; The receipts from
November 1st to date foot up 10,067 bales
of cotton, as against 8,365 bales for the
corresponding period last year.' The re
ceipts for the year up to date foot up
46,179 bales as against 47,167 bales up to
the same time last year, showing a de
crease of 983 bales.
! ' '..
Wilmington Review: Mr. ! James M.
Hewlett and his crew, with the Hewlett
seine, can glit yesterday at Wrigliisville
ueacii x,uou bunches of mullets.
Montooxert, Ala., Nov. 14 Legisla
tare met to-day. Nei ther House organ ii
edrand both branches adjourned until 10
o'clock to-morrow. Election for U. S.
Senator to succeed Gen. Morgan will
! a . . . m
come on on me zstn, msu i nere was
heavy frost here this morning first of
The las t frazzled fragment of the bloody
sliirt has disappeared--the lingering ech
oes of the old rebel yell have faded away
ainia tue mils or new j Jungiaud, ana a
peaceful calm now rests upon the wooded
heights around Skowhcgan, and tbe pleas
ant valleys of Oshkosh. ! Let all tbe peo
ple rejoice while North Carolina, like
the poet' description of man. swiugs a
pendulam betwixt a smile and tear.
V The Westphalia Disaster. Ports-
month, Eng., Nov. 14. Now tliSt the
Westphalia has been docked here the
Captain says the collision between his
vessel and another steamer was caused by
tlve latter improperly starboarding. He
remained on the spot two hours, burning
lights, but the other steamer disappeared
There is no tidings of the Westphalia's
missing boat. !
It is now the general belief that the
steamer which collided with the West
phalia made off so as to avoid giving her
Hickory Pr: Niueteeu young In-
dians passed down the road a few days
ago for Triuity College where they wil
be educated at tbe expense of the govcrn-
ment. They were from the Cherokee
' districts of this State. There are about
' one hundred students attending Catawba
; High School at Newton. While; every
. brauch of the school is well managed it is
aid that the kindergarten department ia
charge of Miss Lmdsay of Greensboro is
Sunk with all on Board. London,
Nov. 15. A dispatch from New Haven
states that the third officer, two quarter
masters aud three seamen, constituting
the crew of the boat sent from the steam
ship Westphalia in search of steamer
which collided with the Westphalia have
been landed there by a Belgian pilot boat.
They report having seen the other steam
er sink with all hands.
The first nine months of 1882 the ex
ports as compared with imports exceeded
by $54,909,644 the figures of 1881. Iu
1881 the exports were in excess by $121,
171,904. This makes an actual differ
of il75.000.000. That does not look
favorable. It shows a most extraordinary
chance acainst the United States in less
than one year. This is owing to two
things, namely : the failure of the crops
in 1881, and the increasing extravagance
of the people -in 1882.
-HO WAN COUNTY.
II' IS" jS ! I :S
It ; i i
. 21 1
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I am now prepared to oner
FINEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE
BROUGHT TohIS MARKET;
"GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Special Bargains in Suits Dress,
Ladies and Gent's Fine Shoes.
Warranted Boot for only
before you buy.
one in town.
I anr determined
The upsetting of Mr. Arthur's machine
in New York didn't hurt the price Of
stocks ninth after all, Mr. Folger.
PkUa. Press, Jtep.
At the residence of J. M. Haden, EsVj.,
near Salisbury, Nov. 8th, 1882, by Rev.
J. Rumple, D. D., Mr. Thomas C. Plnni
mer, of Salisbury, and Miss Jennie L.
Haden, daughter of Mr. John X. Haden,
SALISBURY MARKET, Oct. 12th.
Hay, per 100 lbs.
. .60 (4
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Oraiifrctt, Lemons. Bananas, Raisins.
Cocoauuts and the largest stock of Christ
mas Goods ever iu Salisbury, jnst re
ceived at A. I'akkeu's.
A package marked plainly Mrs. II. T.
Traiitliaui, containing 8 pieces purple
brocaded and black silk and H watereu
silk, supposed to have been handed out
with other packages by mistake, it re
turned to Jones, McCubbins & Co., a
suitable reward will be paid.
SPECIAL NOTICE I
We must ask our friends, to whom we
have furnished either, Fertilizers or sup
plies, to note tbe fact that their accounts aud
notes are due on November the first and
we shall expect prompt payment. If yon
expect futnre credit with us you will
heed this notice. J. F. Koss.
Oct. 25th, 1882.
Apples, Cranberries and Cabbage at
J. D. McNEELY'S.
TUTT'S PILLS A SUGAR PLUM
Terr's Film are now covered over with a
vanilla sugar coating, making them a pleasant
toffwallow an a little rttgar plum, and render
ing them agreeable to the most delicate stom
ach. They cart nick headache and billion colic.
They give appetite and flefh to the body.
They cure dyopepeia and nourish the ays
They cure fever and ague, costirenesp, ect.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a box.
vaiftrfA. chilis and Fever, and Bullous attacks.
DOKttlvely cured itu Emory HUttHara c"re tsu
an tntaUlble remedy : never taua to cure me masi
obstinate, long standing eases where famine and
all other remedim had tolled. They are prepared
or Mercurr, caasUig dq erUw or rvuc?uie; they are
mild and efficient; rtafa h tuer action and harm
lets in aU cases ; Uey eUeMvUj cleanse the system
as a uuuse-
doz will hare
wooaenui euocv un vav "oo wwj. mci o
nnt and nrfettilllfad DhYHiclaDS. and SOld by
i initrTis vprTirhkrf. or ts-nt by mall, ti and 60
cent boxes. Emory UUJe CatMrtlc Pills, best
vr mjide. onur la cvaut.. etaoaara vurv u. 114
exoressly ior-maanoua hbcuodh, in imuud uuxes,
two kinds of PlUA eoataUUnz a strong ca,Uarllc and
rhiu breaker, sarar-coated; coaWlEVwi no Oulnlne
and glre new uin ana tone 10 yue ouuy.
nnii Hmdi the are oneaualeu. For
their eaoai is not Known : one
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STOCKS OF GOODS EVER
Walking and Business Suits -
Call and see that $5.00 Over-
$1.85. Be sure to see these Good -1
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to SELL CHEAPER than atj ;
M. S; BROWN.
1882. FALLSTOCK, 1
IT is with plcasnre that we announce to
our, many friends and customers, that we
have just received thei most complete and
desirable-stock of j
that it has ever been our pleasure to exhib
it. Beginning in our1 basement you will
find Two Car Loads of
Bagging and Ties
of the best brands, and at reasonable
Ia our MAIN BOOM will be fonnd the .
largest and, by far, the most desirable
DRY GOODS, :
Domestic Goods, Pieqe Goods, Notion
Trimming and many other good
you want and need, that is to be found
iu this part of North Carolina.
In onr Clothing Department, np stairs.
you will find ,
1,000 Stiffs of Clothing,
all sizes, and prices. Also a large line of
overcoats: . r
In onr Boot and Shoes Department,
which is onr boss department np stairs
will be found a very large Hue of Goods
all stamped with our name and warrant
ed, j If they rip bring back the pieces and
we will refund your money. -
Our Hand-made Ross Boot at
$2.50 is the best Boot for the
? price that Is be found.
In this department will Iks found 4 .
large lot of
HATS and CAPS,
ALL DESIRABLE AND CHEAP.
We have repainted and fitted np onr for
mer grain room over our warehouse anil
opened in it
A Large Stock of Carpets, Hatting,
BtLgs, Cramb ClothSi Carpet Linings, .
Also in this R00H will be fonnd a Urge
and handsome stock of Ladies' Cloaks
Dolmans, Jackets, Silk Cirties,
In onr Warehouse will be found THREE
Car Loads of Salt Baton by the BOX.
Sheetings, Yarns sad Plaids by the
Bale, and many other goods.
We have rented the store room adjoining
J. D. McNeely and will buy your GRAIN,
FLOUR, COTTON or other PRODUCE
or Store It for JOU. With thanks for
your many favors and an earnest intention
to meet your continued confidence, we beg
y w to call and see us before you buy your
Oil SELL YOUR
T. Fi YOUNG, ;
A. M. Yomco,
W. L. Jonssojr,
W. W. Oalks,
WnxiAM II. Rice,
N. B. BIcCasless,
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