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The Carolina Watchman
,puiceJ$i in advance
Oli fWoaWe remeaies we "pmyr
-f ,rrottn before the advance of th
fSerlng pelflc, and iold fashioned
KgalaV deetloasa mean, of
rW- nave feeen quite exploded by the
Mcess of tae great renovant which tone
SeMStem, IraaquiUxea the nerves, neo-
rtlUrmalaria,H depurates and enncbes.
be blood, raise the liver whendonnant,
ProrooteartguUr habit of body. I -or8alebaUT5rug?UtsndHalers
I v ; generally. j .
j. Rhodes BHNpEPrest. Wx. C. CO ART, Sec'y.
AHome Pdxnp any, Seeking
Stroi, PfPJl. ReliaWe. Literal !
fTenn iolicL'8 writton on Dwellings.
Premium giiv&Ule Oue-lmlf cash and ba.
aiice in twelve months. ;
ALLEN BOWN, Afi.,
i palinbury, ri.fL.
A Uenti.emaS who sufl'ertd for vea.ru from
XervoiiKDtuiHTY, Pkematcke Decay,
and all ' the efiecl'or vouthful inditcretion, will
.for tlie sake (If siUloring luinranitv, pei.nl freeto
all who neeJ itAlie recipe and direction for
making the infIe remwiyiiy which he wa
- ii i'R u I - i a a
ucren. nunarer wishing in prom ij me mi
vertisers exjiriice can l'o hv jlilresiniit
perfect coufulHife. JOffX - . DGDEX,
- 2(hly I Cedar St.. New York
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THE -DEAD !
. MONUMENTS TOMBS,
In the pricks of
MarUe Hnuieiits and
; jEvsJy D2scri
I cordially iifvite the jpnblic generally
to an iispfctioh of my Stock and Work.
I feel just itied In assert i ig that my past
expetienea under litst-elaRS workineu in
all tke nejwestt and modern styles, and
that the nforkmaiighip ig equal to any of
the best iiij the country1. I do not say
tliatuiy ykyrk v& suerior o all other. I
am reason!ible,will not exaggerate- in or
der to nccmpl&h a salei My endeavor is
to please and give each qujstomer the val
of every dollar they leave with inc.
PKICES 35 tor 50 Per Cent CHE APE H
than ever offered in this town liefore.
11 at oisce or scud fbr'nHce list and de-
Satisfactjon cruarant'd or nocharee.
The erticlionlof marble is the last work
01 rcniect whleji we pay
to the inemory
i JntTW S TTTTnPrTTTNSnW-
SalUbaly; Xi C. NovL 1. 1681.
The fit ifi of h
It. CiiiwrouD & Co. is
dissolved by mutual consent.
return, itiy ginccre thtnks to a generous
public fbthe -liberal patronage bestowed
ipon me during the last; 1H years, and re
Meptfullaskall persoqs indebted to the
iui 10 cwi at pnee and make settlement.
...ne btisinpgs WiU , be
continued by my
-"iiuer partners, Samuel
Blackmet and I eak for
Tkjlor. and W. S.
Sthm the same lib-
eral 1atrnag(s bestowed
upon the old firm,
offeif my .Rileidiiil Brick Store,
"VlUnl ilnilAn anil Kif1r KmlHinrr iita for
privltelyl I j
R. R. CRAWFORD.
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There van arnttng man named Price
And the HadicaU thought him nice,
" lint Itiftden Tyler 1
H8ted hUbiler. ( !
ivnu uui in hi oat cold as ice. ' -
There was ah old man named Dockerv.
Who was going to smash all the crockery
. juu uemietc appeared,
And the ihero trot scared.
Which made: him a subject of mockery.
There was n young man named Mott,
Who thought heM fixed things to a d
But Octavma Coke
Took a Hand ia the Mike, j
And everlastingly raked in the iwit.
Tiiere was a young man named Moore.
Who tlionght he'd get somebody's gore,
uuc ciiere came along r red,
Who laid him i out dead,
Anrjohunyiis exccUngly sore1.
I Tarboro Southerner.
I ' i
There was an old statesman named Leach
ho made n full thre hours feech
About Mott and him crew, 1 I
And the; whole revenue, I I
since luesday lie's not
i i A'eir d: Obserrer,
For the Watchman.
Shall I Again Meet My Little Boy.
Written by x. d. a. J
We will meet again ; how sweet the word
How soothing is its sound !
Like strains of far off music heard
On Some enchanted grouud.
When those most dear depart. :
And in the iriea&ing prospect seeks
A balm for the bleeding heart.
We will meet again ; the lover cries,
Ami, oil ! what thought but this
Can ever soothe the agonies,
Of the last parting kiss.
We will meet again j are accents heard,
ISefiuu the dying bei.
When all the houI b$ grief is stirred j
And bitter tears are tnied.
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We will meet again; are words that cheer
V liile bending oVr the tomb: j f
Fr oh ! that hojte so bright and dear,
Can pierce its deepest gloom. ; 1
We will meet again ; then, cease to Weep.
w imtever may us divide :
Nor time nor death can always keep
1 lie loved ones from our sale. ; H
For in the nut unions of the blest,
Secure from caie and pain,
In heaven's serene and endh-KR rent
We. will iM'Curely meet naiu, f
BY SATURDAY MORNING'S MAIL.
P-ALkh;ii, Nov. 17. The official re-
tums from Jlyde county gire Bennett a
mnjority of one huudred and tweutj-
eiglit. - Octavius COKR.
This gives Bennett a majority of 347
votes with returns from all the counties,
En.J i l ;
There was much inqniry on the Rtreets
yesterday for coulirmation of the tele- that insidious and dangerous ele
gramfromNewK.il in yestenlays Journal ment wKich, having been introduced
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which gavd some hope of Robbing elec
tion to Congress from the Seventh dis-
trict. Nothing, however, was heard to
confirm it and a telegram from States-
villc says that nothing had been heard
froui'Ashe which would warrant! the as
sertion that Robbins was elected by sev
enteen. It is learned, however that Maj.
Robbins will probably contest .the seat
ven if Yorlk is returned as elected j One
of the charges is irregularity iu register-
iug in Davie county.
HOKE SECRESTS WHERE A pOUTS.
; The Monroe Enquirer and Erprc$ says
thatSheriff Price went down to Lauesboio
on Tuesday, to compare the vote of Anson
and Union for State Senator, and while
there learned that a man who. from the
description given of him. he is satisfied is
none other thauriloke Sec rest, the iescap
ed insane wife -murderer, was in that sec
tion, and had been seen aud talked with
bv a number of nersous both white aud
colored. The tnan was described as be
ins linht eomnlexioned. withiuid hair
thick set, and to have a very wild look
out of the eyes. lie told some: persons
he was a peddler, others that he jwas a
preacher aud still others that he jwas a
niachiuest.I Keep a look out for him and
arrest him. as it is dangerous for him to
be at large j 1
RETURN OF THE BICYCLISTS.
bicycle dab returned yesterday
Tbev lind a nival HiiipL tlii-v
say, aud wfere treated magnificently by
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iiic iiusjiuiuiv VUiuiuuiitus. air, 4001111
11 -. -1 L.t 1 1 ' : i.'.ii.
ncii tinnier, inn i:iiiiiibiiiii u 1111 Willi kmilii i
er, the champion jnip won both
greeted with cordial cWgratu-
.r.i -i-.. i.Ji l7s .. i,
lation yestf rday afternooou by; his friends
;.. I ti. fri....i.J..
the bii event of the da v and aroused
event of the day
more excitement than a horse race.! Bets
were freely made upon it aud much mon
ey changed hands. The track was very
heavy for bicycle tiding and the time
made was Hy no tueaus extraordinary foj
that reasonl In tlie first race Uetween
the ColumlLbi and Charlotte elnbL Ril-
BMr ,ll!Mii, 'iinrtei nf mil!in ano
. 1 . .1
a,,u iu tu? ecoud race for which the
crunu KimiMirra. ucinccu uie luur uesi
men in the
Charlotte club, Gilmer
won in with J. C, Weaver close be
hind. The boys are enthusiastic over
Columbia and the fair. I ' .
New York, Nov. Ifi.Application was
yesterday made to the Attorney General
for the commencement of an action by
the people of the Stale of. New York
against the Mutual Uuiou Telegraph
Company to vacate its charter and dis
solve the corporation tipen the grounds :
first, the, company has unlawfully issued
$10,000,000 of capital stock, when bylaw
it was only authorized to issae $1,200,-
000; second, that about ?o,000,000of
bond of the company have been issued
inpayment for construction and equip-.
ineut of lines of telegraph worth about;
$3,500,000 and substantially the whole of
the $10,000,004 of stock has been fraudu
lently issued in couuectioti therewith,
without any paymeut or adequate con
sideration to the com pauy. The appli
cation is made by Win. t Hendrey Canie-j
rou, stockholder in the company, and
with it is filed a further application,
made by Jay Gould, statiug that he is
informed of these proceedings, and he.
desires to be joiued" as relator in such ac
tion as may be brought. The Attorney
General hits issued a citation, directing
the company to show cause on Tuesday
next why the application should not be
granted and proceedings commenced.
Opinions of the New York Press.
Tlie N. Y. HeraldMy that if th.
President will be a good boy he shall
have a nice rocking horse.
The N. Y. Tribune says the peo
ple voted the Democratic ticket in
New York to show their devotion to
the Republican party.
The New . York Times says the
President's main fault is in being ac
3uainted with anybody besides George
The N. Y. Sun and World exult
like good square Democrats.
A white Congressman.
A black Congressman.
A brindle-tail Congressman, makes
up tne uepuuiican representation
from North Carolina in the
Congress. Winston Sentinel.
Dr. York was a Democrat, and is
elected by Democratic votes, and he
cannot a fiord when he sets to Con
gress to go back 011 his life long
Democratic record, and the Democrats
who supported him.--Sentinel.
Defeat of Kobbins. We are
sincerely sorry to record the defeat of
Hon. Win. M. Kobbins for Congress
iii the seventh District. Boss Mott
expended all his energies and a liber-
at supply of "soap" to effect this re-
suit, and the people of North Caro-
una are thus deprived ot the services
of an able experienced, and laithlul
Representative bv the baleful influ-
enCe of t)ie Internal Revenue machine
into our political system, threatnes to
poison it. .Each case of this kind fur
nishes an additional argument for
the abolition of the Internal Revenue
system. Let it be wiped out. Char.
I The Demoracy of Forsyth protes
ted vigorously against the nomination
of -Maj. Robbins for Congress in this
district, and used all honorable means
to defeat him in the district con ven
tidn, but unsuccessfully. After his
nomination they cameup to the full
measure of their duty, and gave their
best enorts to secure his election, and
the majority he. received in Forsyth
of 209 over all, and of 916 over York
abundantly testifies that there is no
truer democrats in the State than that
of Forsvlh, and whether fighting for
the man oi their preference or not, if
he is the nominee of their party, he
can rest assured mat, ne nas ineir
zealous support and will poll their
full strength. Winston Sentinel.
j A bulletin .recently issued by the
Commissioner of the Census gives the
relative value as fuel of fifty-five"
varieties of wood. The results which
are presented were arrived at, it is
said, by the most carefully conduc
ted experiments, the calculations be?
'""V? u" ?r,cu
V "mul 9I .....w6V-
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i u y iieuua me list; aim ib is uuic
worthy that this is the only tree
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KrowiiiE iu me ummi uiaico uic
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gravity of which is greater
than that of water, becond in fue
value is the Southern pine, a very
light wood, having only a little more
than half, the weight of mountain
mahogany. Hickory is third on the
list. Cedar ranks before white oak',
and while elm outranks sugar maple.
The secret of the remarkably high
rank given to Southern pine is the
large amouut of hydrogen it con
1 jThe cotton crop of this year is estima
teu OV noiue 01 iuu iiuiitib iiixiit us
North Carolina as a Fruit State.
North Carolina ought to be the
greatest fruit State iu the Union.
There is no State. that possesses the!
same remarkable combination of : ad- j
vantages. vvnen nature proviues, it -
is a good rule to follow nature.! The j
early settlers of North Carolina found mat and ltevoliitionary period, and
the "best grapes in the world; growing that Alexander P. Stewart, of Missts
luxuriantly iu the Albemarle region! sippi had been elected Provost-Gen -
The lest known American grapes are'eral of it, several leading papers, and
Catawba, tlie Isabella, :the Scupper
hongaud other famous gnipes all be
long to North Carolina as their natal
soil. The iear can be grown to per-
fection equal to thpse orFrance. ye
have known one fruit grower in Cas
well county not sevenj miles from
the Northern border, to.usive two hun
dred varieties of .-pear. More than
twenty years ago 1 we knew a distin
guished physician of Granville coun
ty to have twenty-five varieties of the
same fruit, and some of them were
positively more delicious than any !
we have ever eaten.
It is well known that when the
World's Fair met in New York some
quarter of a century ago, that the two . condemnatory of the Aryan Order of
highest premiums for apples Were America, of which Gen. A. P. Stew
awarded to two North Carolina po- art president of the Universiiy jof
mologists. We think that seine of , Mississippi, is provost-general, and
our fruiters made a very favorable ; which has just been in session iu Bijd
showing at the Philadelphia Cent en- , timore. Permit me to say through
nial, but we have forgotten the par- your columns that I did .not know
ticulars. We cite these instances of. anything of this session iu Baltimore,
success to justify the remark made at' was not present, and never authorised
the outset that North Carolina ought anyone to announce me as "provost
to be the greatest fruit State in the general." I am not responsible for
Union. j the existence of the order, nor havQ I
It will be remembered that Col. i11 a,iy public announcement of pts
Wharton J. Green and the vineyard aims, except that which is contained
near Kittrell's, Vance county, boreoff. la Vour editorial. Let me assure you
" . . . . 7 - III..! T X ' . 1 .
the ureraiums at the Atlanta Indus-
trial Exposition of last year, fur the
finest native wines. There are some
half dozen or possibly a dozen vine
yards of some considerable extent in
the State now, but there ought to be
Why shall there not be? ,
Surely, iu a
State where tlie cranes
grow in the utmost perfection and lux
uriance there should be no limitation
to the production of that exquisite
j.. :.!- i. !!.!
iruit ii iiie peopie so win it,
v e are reminded of these things by
the dispatch from Greensboro of the
9th inst., giving au becount of the j
very successful Fruit Growers Fair.
We hail this as the beginning of a i
positive revival in the (ruit producing
industry. We hope that this Fair will
so stimulate the production of fruits
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of all kinds that Worth Carolina will
become actually, and not a decade
hence the greatest Stale iu the sister-
hood fr nrodii.tinn ftf th finnat
sweetest, largest, most perfect fruit,
including the pear, the grape, the
peach, the apple, the apricot, the cher
ry, the raspberry, and so on. Wil
The Richmond State thus speaks of
the manner in which Billy Mahone's
men illustrated their idea of a free
ballot and a fair count in Virginia :
Mahone attempted to catch the
North with the crv of "a free ballot
and a fair count." The Mahoneiles
made a mockerv of the sentiment
day. Colored men were herded to-
gethcr like cattle, and with worthless
sliusof nancr. renresentimr nothimr
a j o
saveperjury and fraud, were allowed
to stuff ballot boxes in the black dis
tricts, while in precincts where the
white majority was overwhelming,
paid agents of Mahone, by arresting
judges, succeeded in barring hundreds
of white men from the exercise of their
suffrage rights. This is 'a free ballot
and a fair count.'
But there is to be a general tribu
nal of examination. Mahone's alleg
ed returns are to le read by the rep
resentatives of the people of the whole
United Suites. 'J he methods, the
agents used to get certificates of elec
tion for certain men are to haven
searching investigation. They will
see that at last there is a free ballot
and a fair count.
There is genuine chalk in North
Carolina. Very nice seciinens have
been found in Moore and Chatham
counties. In Moore as good a speci
men of ('slate') chalk has been found
as England can produce. There is
plenty of dial kv the result of sediment,
for the sea evidently covered vast sec
tions of North Carolina at one time.
If not, how do you account for the
vast marl-pits? IC not, how do yon
account for the Fisiiin? Creek (Hali
fax county) backbone of a whakynow
exposed for ninety feet and supposed
by Professor Kerr to be 110 feet long?
It is at least 120 miles from the
ocean. In the same county there was
an under jawbone of a whale, how in
the State Geological Cabinet. This
was taken from a ravine less than a
mile from Halifax town, and some
seventy feet below the ordinary sur
rounding surface, i In I'euder there
is good chalk that may be seen at the
Produce Exchange. Star.
Owing to a spilt among the Demo
crats in Maryland, it is said that five
Republican Judges ivere elected in
that State on the 7t!.
The Aryan Order of America.
. It having been reporleti that an or-'
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ganizaiion caned the Aryan Order. of
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American had been established for
the purpose of founding an aristocra-
y ni ,ni coumry, uasea npon descent
from" distinguished .men of the Coio-
ry pro)erIy criticised the movetuent
We were particularly struck with the !
latter journal's essav. set tin or forth
the reason why no recognized aris-
w j p 0
tocracy was possible here. It treated
the subject, not with the usual ridi
cule and abuse, but philosophically.
Unfortunately, boWerfor the pa-4
rs Utat have been commenting u
the nioveajent,Geti. Stewart has writ
ten a letter to the Memphis Appeal, in
which he knocks the bottom out of
the whole business, so far as his con-
nected wih it is concerned. His let-
is as follows:
"My attention has just been called
to an editorial in your issue of the 5th,
u,ai A Bl" an aristocrat, out a
Democrat; that I have no wealth Uo
transmit to my descendents ; am not
in sympathy with monojtolies, and
should po more serious danger ever
threaten the republic than may grow
out of any course of action or teach-
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,ng F miue 11 WIU slaua lorever:
The death of Geo. V. Burgess, at
Norristowu, Pa., last Sunday, has re
minded older persons of the tremend
ous strides which have been made in
the art.8 of civilization Within theplast
ous strides which have been
nity years, wr. iiurgess was tlie first
I raan m America who made friction
maiciiea. ne cjmmenceu uieir raan-
ufacture in ldl in tlie city of XSew
I r i i i i i. !
orK hna "oiy aiterwara iaireti.
lic subsequrntly engaged in various
pursuits iif other cities, and at the
! time of his death was i 78 years old.
xi ii last invention was . au improved
form of match for setting of! rockets,
which hag since been adopted by the
U. S. Signal Service.
Flint aud steel are to us now in the
same, catagory with powdered hair,
knee-breeches and other appliances oi
an age which seems long past, and Vet
the death of this man reminds us (hat
it has not been so very long after jail,
since the traveler who would light his
pipe had to carry flint aud steel, and
I the house-keeper who would cook an
! early breakfast had toj keep the coals
smother! with ashes all night, or
! borrow "a chunk of fire" from a ueh-
1 "p-; Itishardto realize the prog-
ress of the age. Charlotte Journal.
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.TCx-Congressman ism oiemmons
tells of a pair of feet that must have
beeiv objects of great regard in their
day. One day a party of men, inclu
ding Jackson, the man of big teet,
were preparing to attend a political
barbecue. It was soon discovered
that there was nu way of conveying
Jackson, as all the vehicles were full.
"Let me ride that mule over there?"
"There isn't a man in the world
that can ride that animal. He'll work
to a buggy or plow but no man ican
stay on his back."
"I'll try him anyway," and theide
termiued man instructed several .ne
groes to catch the mule and hold him.
Theiimal plunged and kicked, but
finally Jackson secured a seat in the
saddle. Every one expected to I see
him dashed against the ground, ibut
the mule looked around, saw the man's
feet,; and walked peacefully aWay.
He thought he was between a pair of
shafts. Arhansato Traveler.
The United States have taken care
of Jthemselves during the last four
months. The accidental President
and his Cabinet of third rate politi
cians liave been devoting their time
and energy to State politics. Arthur
has got back to Washington wlere
he is almost a stranger. WW. Star.
A scIkwI ma'am, who was "recently
kissed in the dark by mistake, ex
plained her omission to use any light
for nearly two weeks afteiwarJs ou
the grounds of hard times. j
The Winston Leader: The editor
of the Stardy Gleaner tasn't been
married a raoi.th,yet he sa) s : 4 1 oung
men, uon i
the ! minister over
. LEADING DEALERS IN DRY
9TP3 crBv TKSjrajra s?ara
Large Assortment of Ladies' Cloaks and ShatwlaJ
LAimBP rTATS Aim TRlTtTlTTnTflQ
L.- " wuu mail U liniO HIW UAl
DOOTQ AIID SHOES A SPECIALTY. We Tcecp the Host made
auio run WATS' SPtXJr-COTTON. New sapplj of 5 cent Tin War,,-, '
Full stock of Glass and Table Ware.
Best Flour, Meats Srnrar, Coffee, TEAS. Rice, Potatoes, Canned Fruits, Pure Lsrd '
Corn, Bran, Meal, New Orleans Molasses and Syrup, &c. Full assortment of Family
Medicines including Quiuine.
One and three -fourth lbs . Cotton flacking- at 9 Cents. Hew SMea
at $1.75 per bundle. Three lb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cents. i
OVER-COATS at OQ.OO. Scat IO ots, SufiAT,
try it. Be sure to see our Goods before you buy. We mean to sell yon Rood Goods at
lum-Bi. prices. jer h uuv ana sen
v 1 iOM W' W- TAYLOR. II. F. ATKINS, ) '
Nov. 1, 1882. and D. J. BOSTIAN. f SALESMEN.
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. B, Crawford, of the firm of
R. R, CRAWFORD & CO.,
We are nowprepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of '
In addition to the
Ilest Selected Stock of
HARD W A It E in the
S T A T E.
We also handle
Rifle and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
CALL AND SEE US.
Oct. 5, 1892.
BOOTS. SHOcS tL CAITERS. made to
perlence. Ail iiaiwiui oi me am
done In tbe iatrsi n .. 0L,-4
Refidy m te wo 1 Uway on hand -R-mli1ng
nffcitiv and uroinnt -lone. Oilers by malhiroiupt-
S.VLlHKL u I , -N . C.
B i?3) Mil
9 I m as K ' . - ?i
-LlTPlPQ Hiiro Aim nico 4 :
an Kinds 01 Country Produce.
FOR THE WHEAT CROP.
ALLISON & ADDISON'S
COMPLETE MANURE 1
Combines the activity of Peru nam Guan
wo with the ttrong ami lotting effects of An
It is prepared under onr personal super
rittioit, ami is wade of the best materials
contains no shoddy or other Tnferier ata
moniatcs. It is Fine, Dry and in Excel
lent Condition for Drilling.
This Fertilizer has been in use twclrc
years, and has gained a repulatum for er
eeUenee sccoumI to none. VSTSTAiihA HV
IT CANNOT BE SURPASSED!
Allison & Addison,
Manufacturers, ffichmvmd, Va.
FOU SALE BY
J. ALLEN BROVII,
Salisbury, N. C,
It. M. Roskbouo, Third Creek Sta
tion, N. C, and by Agents at all ioipor
tant points throughout the wheat grow
ing section of North Carolina.
The Representative Industrial! Paper of
North Carolina is a 28 column Illustmted
weekly. Every Mine Owner, Farmer, Man
ufacturer, Merchant and Industrial man in
the South should have it. "Pays especial
attention-to North Carolina Mineral Re
sources and does full justice to every de-
artment of our State's handicraft. Pkick
1.50 cr year, . "
POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE.
ADDRESS at once.
EDWARD A. OLDHA2I.
Editor aud Propretor.
Wilmington, N. C.
'of -' j
HOUSE & LOT III SALISBURY!
By virtue of a Venditio Exponas and ex 1
ecu tion issued out of the Sucrior Court of
Ituwan County, in faynr of Meroney & Bro.
against Obc At well and dial. Atwtrll, in
my hands for eollcction, I will sell at pub
lic auction, at the Court House door in the
town of Salisbury, on the 27lh day of No
vember, 1882, all the rijht title, interest
and estate of the said'Obe Atwell ami Chal.
Atwcll, in and to th followinjr real proper"
tp, viz: A house and lot in the North Ward
of the town of Salisbury, adjoining the lota
of I). A. Atwell and others, where the said
O. M. Atwell now recides.
Terms, Cash. Dated at Salisbury, the
1 8t h day of Octoher.' 1 882.
CM'. KRIDER, 8hff.
VALUABLE jlEAL ESTATE !
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, I will expose ti,
public sale, to the highest bidder, at the
Court House door in the town of Salisbury,
on Monday, the 30th day of October, 1682,
the following valuable real estate, situated
in the town of Salisbury :
One vacant lot on Main Street, adjoining
the National Hotel and the lots of J. L. and
J. A. Hedrick, fronting 25 feet on Main it.t
and running back 200 feet. This lot is in
the very heart of the business centre of the
town. Also, one lot of land running 310
feet on Lee street, 200 feet on Council street,
and fronting 310 feet on the Western N. C,
Railroad, immediately fronting the Railroad
ticket office. &c. This i valuable property
for hotel or manufactir ing purpojttn.
Terms: One third of the purchase inbncy
to be paiad cash; one-third in wx months,
remainder in twelve months. Title retain
ed until purchase money is all paid.
The undersigned will lie glad to show
the property njn applied i.n.
MOSES 1J HOLMES, Com'r.
Salisbury, N. C, Scpi. 20, 1882. 5C:5t
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