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Carolina I Watchman.
CousJ a 1 Sally IMIlard.
DOCKEltY vh. BENNETT.
TZt BJIAHDRETH'8 PILLS.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1663.
The Wilmington, Star has shown, per-1 (JqI. J2. Docket? Notice of Contest, and I wli wa$ entrusted with the delivery vt j TheT mr8 a Tegetable tonic purgative, aW
tue returns iroin mat iiitwuvm j jujj harmless unoer aii circuui-uauvvn.
haps, beyond., reasonable doubt, s that while
this popular story was first written oat and
. . .1 mihtiftiast K tha lfo TTnn IT C JnnPi) il I
It was raining along the Ohio yesterday r v ,Tr . . t ' .
i - ' i.. tiA f.-r;,i ? L!d story in Virginia, and we will
; u -.. v aJj may baye been in North Carolinaalso,
, . i , . at a much earlier date than that of its first
- There were not o many failures .last I . Tl . i
, . i i r i on i I puoiicauon. it iiiUOi quite cewuu ui
vreck as tlio week before by -30. - .. , . . t, .
question oi wnere, sue nomine bowi
Mr. Best and .th stockholders of tle occurred, whether ia North Carolina or
Virginia, jto clearly settled, it tt true air,
Atkinson says he "heard" it in Virginia
Midland Railroad hare got into a muss,
it is nothing new for Mr, Best; he seems
to Aouii&h best ia a tangeL .
lion. 11. TK BcnnetCs Answer,
: : Verbatim Copies.
Anson Times. ...
Hangum, N. C,
Jan. 9th, 1863. $ , !
Hon. D. T. Dennett, ' . J
'Wttdesbovo, N. G.
contest your seat u a met
between 1812 and 1818, and that "it was
NorWcarolina." I Long afterwards before begum ng on the 4th of March,
it was published in this State, is undoubted
A new textile plant has come to light
'-dlk. It-ia easily worked, and.fabrics Irrect; but .appose If Mr.Atfanson
i . wi 1 wen; uun ijviuk """u uuuwwnw
say that a popular story like .this was un
known to many
or fifty miles of
the bordering counties along
made of it ar durable, and may be col
ored as desired.
Simontok Female College,- tegether
.with lots attached to it, sold at public
... L Inat- rulr ntoa Kwl ifF 60
miD last ncA mm ntw viu . w Vi I . ir T
i-nfr e. J Jquestion, for neither he nor Mr. Pegram,
obtained the property at tho round sum
of $10,000. J
of .County Canvasser failed to delirer j liextr inh,re the weakest female or the young
i sid returns in tirao U bo counted by the Mt child. One box is a medicine cheet suffic-
Board of Connty Canraasera. AtNo. 7ing tfor a whole family. Suppose you have
Durham School House precinct in CloTe- I diarrhoea; nature Is mkking!. a great, effort to
land County I repeived fifty: votes in ad- j get rid of some irritatjing niatler in the etora
dition to the actual number allowed me I ach or fcowels. A dose of Brand reth's PiiU
by the Board of Couuty Canvasser, the removes the matter and the disease is cored,
the same beiug omitted in the declaration In costiveness one good dose of Brand reth's
- ii 1 t.i r n..nfw nn. Pillfl. fnlloved bv one1. rill ciVerv nizht for a
oia.. i .. j 1 ' - ' 1 .1... :.: I uV nr Iwa mil tu hnnun mieniiierr nil)
I d..ir. to h. jroa notic. 0,t I " , " , I " "1 n, clock .k. In bad ilAiW.
mlwr - Af - thB JOOr TOW WUS tf lUSlCSU VI r. m. vmiiu .. .. i ,t ,
that all these vote should be counted for v. , -r- -v-- -'7. ' .
mef and that my majority in tho State "We per-piraUon thrownupon tje blood, poi
should be eight hundred and fifty-one in- J1?" ofllfe "d the
. ' i , I . the throat and the lungs with choking mucus ;
Sieau Oi iua uumuvr iuuuu ujr mo
of State Can vasscra, and I will offer proof
if- - o-o I- Hf..
With a determination to close out our very large Stock of oods wo will
nmence sellinjr and continue until trie-is t fu, min iwa tusr-onrW
tire Stock FOB CASII. - --'e mc uww wvvw-- ww-. in uuuicu m mia To
r CONSISTING OP
1883. ' - t -"f
The grounds of my contest are
ows, to wit:
1st. That in several counties of
seven Brandreth's Pills taken at night on an
empty stomach, will restore the perspiration,
break up the cold and pnrge away all the wa
tery secretions that should 'have passed off by
ihe skin. Diphtheria, a family disease and a
frauialcutl, ooted for B. T. irfgularitie, M te lf ,- d.nu. o.. i. W. iimedUu.,
State. JSor does . jur. uregory seuie tnisi j ;. .itdnnf nMiRraHim f ii-iam or L....J i..... ..l....rpnni'.i;ii.
places not because you had reason t'o.bo-Uidgd by a gargle of lime water. Khumatism,
who told him of it, mentions the courthouse
: where the scene occurred, or whether it was
i in Virginia or North Carolina, There is
aid- That mohev was used to bribe
and corrupt voter, in the interest of R. p that any one of them had beea com- which comes from too much acidity
m .: . I millRII 1 II VIHir 1IIIUI V. LI Lib VI1LU UID UV
l. Dennett. , i I 7 - " , . , .j .
. , -' ...'.L-- n Dositive evidence on this point no 4th.. Thafr the roll Holders ana onper- - -
iuevwnovw voawrcroi mis muniiug --,-- . , fj . . i. ...0 ' anii .irln 'ftrtm I of the Statute ana to speculate . open my
nn Tinnn m wod a tuna in i man oi iiwio nmv nosumivu i
sri m. tsAtrraiii rft !( i red in tli.it; citv
resterday. announcinz that Litaker. the justice-though we admit a shadowy in
man who shot Robt. Harris, a few years
ago, has been arrested -iu Idaiio, and is
in prison awaiting the reiuistioa of Gov.
Jarvis. - ,
ference from the testimony of the gentlemen
so hdndsomely,- and doubtless so justly.
eulogized by the Stor,'that it occurred, in
Virsinia, And yet this coaclusion can
future discoveries of evidence, audsoyou
have made unlawful, vexatious audfraud-
much alkalinity of the system, requires noth
ing bat Brandreth's 1 Pi lis and a few good
sweats to make a perfect ciire.
It is marvelous how1; they purify the blood.
After two doses, the effect iaeeen in brightness
of the eyes and clearness of thekiu. All pim
ples and eruption vanish; like magic under
the influence of this purifying purgative. We
cannot stop the march
'cine: but Brandreth's
of time with any medi
Pills will remove the
Murder at Bio Lick. The Stanly
Dbserter of the 8th, reports the killing of
Charlie Cox, a student at that place, just
" after dark otr Saturday before. It was
not known who. fired the fatal shot. nor
what motive prompted it. Tho young
inau died in about two heurs.
We have received the first No. of the
Fayetteville Observer, revived by E. Jl.
Hale, Jr. It comes out with its ancient
the polls. I .::-;
' fni . 1 Jl a. A. 1
otn. l uai men were anowea to vote in i .
CounHes not their legal residence. ulent use of the notice ami process au
6th. That legally qualified voter were thorized by the Statute, and th. same
prevented and 'obstructed from voting uould be quashed and dismissed.
only be reached by a slight reflection on for O. II. Dockery in the interest of B. T. kisikn a. ukjink-tt.
the author of the story for accrediting it to Beunett. ! . " ; Feb. 7,1883. Wadesboro, N. C.
a North Carolina court without knowing 7th. That ballots, by design or other- Withdrawn. Since tho above jletters
it to be just. This can only be account- wise, deposited for 0. H. Dockery in dif- were made public, Geu. Dockery has dis-
ed for on the supposition that Mr. Jones I ferent Joxes were thrown out in violation I covered that tho requirements of Ins ueg- j wni be undimmed and hi natural force una-
did not know it was of' Virginia origin" I Gf the United States Statute on Elections. I lected farm and other private interests, bated even after seventy years.
did not know where the scene actually did 8th. That in localities the ballot boxes demand his presence at home. Atjd cou
take place ; or i regarded that point as were secreted nutil a convenient and siderations of this.kind, together with the
immaterial and of no consequense. Either agreeable hour for counting the votes was fact thaf the House of tho next Congress
this, or ne oia Know tnat it occurrea in a I determined on. -j I will l largely democratic, he teeis cou-1 g?e year8 cf uae bv
North Carolina court, and accredited it ac-J 9th. That the boxes were reopened af-1 strained to relinquish the contest with They are entirely
cordingly. And it-must be-admitted thatj ter sundown in violation of law. J Judge Bennett, who he still believes was! absolutely universal, for there is no disease
gentlemen in Virginia are not less liable to J I wiH iriTe you notice according to law I elected by fraud and intiuiidatioo. Ilia j they will not cure, if taken in time. They are
They aim to ac-
excessive lime from the system and prevent
grey hair. They improve; the sight and tone
up the human body, m) that the old man's eyes
Best in the World.
Brandreth's Pills have stood the test of forty
the f Amertcan people.
Vegetable. They are
.vafl r ww a n . of lii nAAnfl.kvlrkMl - . . . .
ilcau fcJ": : ,u TW: 48 lu"h,"i be mistaken than was the author, who was of tho time aiul pace wl,ero this evidence letter backing down is dated at Mangnm, tfe for infants and adulu
veiy uiuui.iiio aaiui. it mil , no uouot Hskinz his reputation for accuracy when he :n in. f.,br, !.n1 iIia nama nf ir;n.a VJ. 7tl,. fWUnml tn wiwr hU comnlish three thinffsL- first, to mirifv the blood
i.e a ueariy .ccwug oy-maio i iw rote at the head of the story Scene in a I ..i;eti oa to nrove the above crouuds : of retreat! ! second, to cleanse .and regulate the stomach
W)ld patrons, who held it iu very; high es-
North Carolina Court."
Itshpuld be mentioned that Mr. Jones
was a native of Rockincham county, and
LeKoy Davidif, of Chai lotteXfor j fte the gentlemen named by the Star, lived
some years paxst-d a wholesale and retail I along, or near, the dividing line between
grocer of that city, made an assignment the States. The probabilities as to the Io
to his father, iv few days ago, of all his (cation of the court scene cannot, with
properly toysecure a dept of 1U,000. His the present lights before us, be very
Assets j are approximately valued at I strongly claimed by eitherone or the other
of them, nor is it abstractly inaterial except
! as a matter of history. It is enough that Mr.
Will tho pn scut CpiiL'i CKS reueal or LTnnMia admitted to be the true author of the
'change 'the present internal revenue sys-1 story as published tothe world for the last 50
teni I Tln-y will not touch it. j Will they j years, whether he depicted what he actually
lenci iiic iiui3te uj i ueu i witnessea, or lormuuueu nu uiu storjr iiout
, preseut pretended lovisimi of tho tariffj ing around the country. It was not neces-
inipoi tatjous 1 ( Fionii)ifsent appear- rsary in his lifetime that he should "claim"
Very .Respectfully, ;
0. H. Dockkrv.
and bowels; thiid, to stimulate the kidneys
This ; Washington correspondent of the j nd livcr and Purge away the ashes of the sys-
New York Sun savs: "Gen. Grant. Gen. lem PU oiseasea mauers i ine ooay. uy pur
i Sherman, Don Cameron, Gen. Beale, Senetor g,n8 WI-n lue8e consianiiy. a new ooay
State ok North Carolina, )
Anson County. $
Oliver H. Dvckery, ContcsUint,
lUsdeu T. Dennett , Conteslec.
Answer of Contestee to notice. Pro
tecting against the allegations iu said no
tice, I object and say that said notice is
so insufficient and defective that I. need
I Jones of Nevada, and Senator Wade, Hamp
ton have made up their minds that Gen.!
Jos. E. : Johnston sir to be the next District i
I Commissioner." The four first-named
waited on the President in regard to it,
and the prospect seems to be that the Pres-
can be built up from frefh, healthy food in a
few months. In this way, gout and rheuma
tism, ulcers and fever sores cn be eradicated
in a few weeks. The worst casesjof dyspepsia
and costireness can be cured by taking one or
two pills every ui;ht for a month. In cases o
twenty years' standing, gentlemen have been
I.Vnt will stntl in hi.4 name to t.hp Remit I . . ! , . ,
; i 'icureu oy laaing one pm .a niut lor a year.
tuc appoinuneni to tase enect auer uie iu Krandreth's Pills give U the human body, no
of March which will obviate the difficulty maUer how worn or decayed, the recuperative
at first ; suggested that Gen. Johnston had powers of youth. In their action, they imitate
not been a resident of the District quite the rapid changes of the iouthful body. We
net deny or admit the allegation tlfereo'fltwo years. The correspondent says that Jail wi?h to die of old age. iAhnndred years is
J- - - . . . am . . .A A. M7- J Z Z lir Z . . 1 1 . m
WMivuill.lrt'..ih.r f .!,- iu..i ; WK, for the reasons, : to wit: Said notice does one or me quaimssiirienasu.ps in nasnmg- me natural umu oi j me, wnicn can only b
w ..... .... ....... . ' . ..w M I U VI a 11 UUM 1rl TVUUJ VV.ll.VMVV. ...... . VM . MU"Wl I . I . . , . . tTt 1 . . . . .
i. .- - - 'I - ( - . ...nu r. nnvf n ii. flm iminn.l. nmm I tnn is lliat hi'twecn Gens. Sherman RTid I reached bv Dursinr and' uurifiritmn
hriirht" wniihl have-led to a: tlenial if hft "i'j i'-"v J fc.w-it. . , " I ' f . ?T
j I which voa relvaud cives no reason for I Johnston, and quotes the former asi saying. I In general debility, nervous tremor, and
W - i failing to do mi ' I "And when I was pursuing Joe Johnston J mental depression Brandreth's Pills have a
. 1 . -'' .;. - I ti,o ur..imiw nru nnlf Knrioliitinna nflftir. throufrh Oooreia. bv Oeorsfe. i Sir. he marvelous efiect. 1 hey have won the confi
a imcw memou ox ijuiiivaiins: 1 " t , . t. L
but ratlu-r aiigiuetit the burden.
A mob broke into a jail at Pcola, Kan
sas, Feb. 10, to get possessiou of a negro
prisoner. The jail was a tough job and
required much hard work and time to
law aud general averments of wrong do-
ine: in some undefined portions of ths
The improvements made in the past few otat w nnn!lm...i t.tinn ffi,.i.t. f
get through it. Meanwhile the neuro cut years in machinery for cleaning and gin- . t . . , . , .
V- .7 1 . j . . b . Inintr bailino- soibninff and wriavinsr cotton cmcts not specified in unnamed comities
his own throat and was dead when reach- I mnr Dkalll.n nniag ana weaving cotton - .
d. . Aft . , . I uil lab in i iiiti: vuv viuv. auu numvi metis I . ,...wmw v v ....... . v. . ww. . v. ,
; but nevertheless the mob hung his IUA , nr Thfi old wav if o.,it;vatinW L..,i i ,i T, a ...r.i
dead carcass to a tree. i. A cotton, or "makmsr it." as we sav. has re-1 ' . ,-i:.J n ...i ... ' ..,
t i w. . ' i .inn in tioihliuu ui iuwh nuu liiu iilmilk oi
maiued almost uncnanged until the past! . h
I few seasons. Manv Dlanters hare lont frit. 1 others not designated. .
The Burke Blade felicitatos itself on! the need of some implement! that would Your allegations are 60 vague and an-
iho prospf cts tif the County, thus : Wo wort te or twenty acres of cotton per day certaiu that I am not informed as to the
pursue him on his own; tactics,
dence of millions in all parts of the civilized
world. Constitutions shaken by long residence
in unwholesome climate, ur by sedentary hab-
and everything the public want. Call and ses lor yourseii. sso trouble to show goodi
J01TES, HcCUBBINS 4 CO
All persons indebted to us are
that Immediate settlement must bust be made.
No longer indulgence will be giv
January 25th, 1883. -
L1HE, KA1I1IT & PLASTER!
Building Lime, Agricultural
Iiime. Land Plaster xmd
. And Veru Cheap.' 8end for circular.
FRENCH BEOS,, Kocky Point, N.O.
WINSTON, n: c,
Has the best lot; the best stalls, 'the best
and more that sells Tobacco for the high
est market prices. Free camp lot for all.
Come and 6ee me.
PIN CK HANNAH, Prop'r.
The copartnership between J. R. Keen
and B. H. Mandi i thw dadiwolvt-d by mvh
tual content. AH persona indebted lo them
must call ai.d settle at once. All person hold
ing claiuM ag4m-si them are hereby notified to
present them for payment. -
f Jan'y 5, 18S3. C. II. HAUSU
SALE 0FLAND I
By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court
of Kowan County, in the case of W. A. Kirk
aifd uthera against aucy A. Kirk and other,
I will aell on Monday the 5th day of Februa
ry, 1S33, on the premiM, at public auction, a
tract of "7 . I .
200 Acres of Land, ,
Arllninir.sr the lands of Isaac M. 8haTer, Ma-
Wiiaon Arev. W. L, Parker, und
.j oi.-:ij . i..
Td AN EXTEUPltlSIXG MkN
who winlics t enibark in tho mercantile
business, bf an old merchant will a built mixture of a grain of any mineral whatever, or oi
up traUf, who wishes to retire.
Enquire at ouce at this oftice.
, ... oi ia ..i.
it, are wonderfully renovated by a courae of Tl yr '
ih.ia extraordinary medicine, which, powerful XEKMS of u!e one third cash, oue-third
a is ita action on the whole yaitmtia perfect- months. !inJ one-third in twelve month.
ly harmless to the tenderesH irame. the Pills T. .. .... ii, ,1. t,.iTmenU from date
are composed of rare baUame, without liieW- of This January 6th 1883.
IU L it? !.
. . . . 1 ; 1 . . ...
liaVB til WfRtjTI. X.ll tll HmI .I;.,., Tlia-ma I n" ,css "Ofc lUUU V kCU Hi IttClllY UttllUS , .
' - mm wa au u a uBUUD a . . , ma mt w w m i miiih wm i ifuiLittia w uuixi m uu a. . a unn aa i -
Asylum to supply with provisions-which tured at Geneva. inTy.. andSl penralfj crimes uor where committed, nor do you P. M, HaJ6 S FUDllCatlOIlS.
m ' ; O J I -s. i
OUr lanUCl'S Can produce. Hie Pied-I in this fctate for IreDarlh2 lands and nut. arnr that riicIi tvrnnir doinf worn not. in-
inout Springs have been purchased by a tinS ia sma11 g4,in and harrowing broad-1 8ticated by you or that they were known
. i " . i . -1 cant ovpr rnrn anil iat in t.hA anrincr hoa I rf . , rf
aemachypany who, are Co,ng bfcn foQnd to work jU3t a3 8uccefuiiy to or acquiesced iu by me or that the re
lo invest largely in ita improvement, hen used to rut over yonng cotton, and suit of the election was changed by Tea
whicli will attract scores of jriaitora who our largest planters claim they can save the son ef the matters set forth. Without
muatbe accommodated. The cultur. cost and labor of two hand-hoeinga and two sinn, anw i,s-l-nft 'm.n;r.vt.i
any other deletei ious aub&iance. Yhev operate
uirecilr, powtrlulljr, and ueneilcially uxn the
whole mass oi biwod ; nor can we question the
fact when we see indigestion cured, liver coa
plawota arrested, the oppressed lungs brought
imo healthful play, and every physical func-
tion renewed and strengthened by their agency.
of tobacco has proved a success, stc.
; The Locke Bridge The Salisbury cor
respondent of the Charlotte Journal advo
cate the rebuildingof Locke's bridge
acrosethe Yadkin iii a paragraph full of
practical good sense, and proposes a public
meeting of citizens to be held at the Court
house in Salisbury to-morrow evening
nlnwinor hv ita iira in mttnn cKih la nn
small item in the expense of making the T,tal OI m out reserving
crop. The savinir is full v 2 cents Ler lWmnd. I all benefit and advantage thereof. I den v
The directions for using the harrow in each and every ground of Contest set forth
cotton a re as follows " . ,
1st. Uemovethe old cotton '.ialka an J m said notice, and deny each and every
other trash.-' .1 allegation therein contained, and aver! for the state
1 vol. 12 mo., Cloth, $ 1.25.
Letter from a Gentlemen Ninety Years
Old. Lonsr Life from Use of Brand
reth's Pills. ; - ;
Prairie duCuies, Wis., Feb. 11, 1882.
I am in the ninetieth rear of my eatrhly
pe that I pilgrimage, and before passing to another, and
in thlSr I trust, a better world, 1 wish to bear testimo
ny to the great virtues of Iirandreth 'a Pills as a
household remedy.; lheyarelhe best blood
purifiers and cleansers of ihe stomach and bow-
The publication of such facts la a aha
makes them accessible, la the very best serv
the public spirited men In the South can do their
States. Xem York World.
The very thing needed. A very Important work 1 household remedy, lheyarelhe best blood
w umington star.
2d. Prepare the fand thoruuehlv. ui.ie 1 that throuchout the State of North Caro- ?,elLv?L?SbU" elain the world. I have raided a family of 10 pay the. same
mff M tlnlA 1 f .1 .1 Anil t at t n n .-wv.x anmtmtt va n.f I - r .
the harrow after breakin? v - ii- i in- . . V"WT'W"- , chldren, been bleswdjwlh three wive.and my
3d. Plant fully two inches below thesur-P" , ' V r a atlZr7 ..--p ,amily experience reaches over seventy years
face of the eround. Ial1 Pts, except as I am informed and of excellence that it deserves the or .r forty-h w years I have known and
4ih Whpn th cnfMn UrU. f. 1 believe and chares that at Lnnrl IJ ill I widest clrculaUoa.-XA (Tenn.) Lunbennan. believed in Brandreth's Pills. They have
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .'-All per
sons having claims against the estate of Mary
Kirk, dee'd, are hereby notified to prepentlhe
same to th e undersigned, on or before the 7th
day of January, 18S4, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery- This 6th
day of January, 1885.
J3:4w W. A. iwiriiv, Aom r.
Notice to Creditors,
All iewna having claim against the
estate of Sim eon Wilier, ucc u, are ncreny
notified to present the same to the under
signed oar before the 10th day of Janua
rv. 1884. or this notice will be . plead in
bur of their recovery, adu h pciwus iu-
debted tm said estate are ntiQed o can ana
This Jan. 9, 1883.
U. E. MILLER, Adm'r,
(Friday) at 4 O'clock, to consider the sub-1 through, instead of "boardinS flT Ant. ,r Urincr in T?ini,mnnl nn,t ti. r,l A .w.ell Printed i on .tinted pai)er;.lshand- curel meof indigestion, convenes, dyspepsia
. . I . , , j. , , I ' . -"-j , iv rv- gomeiy oounu in cwi'i, coauuus 211 pages aaa an
ject.. It is pne of great interest to all purl tne harrow and go directly acrc the rows, j 80ui wjlo ag ingpecto,.8 Qf eiectj01 1 accurate and beautifully executed map ot the
- a m f Mll.lIH.IIIIAIillllllil.III1 1 1 rr 1 1 111 1 1
business men, and eminently j worthy of
Oth. After fivft ftr SIX flsivs harfnw in I
opposite direction, and repeat in another and Po11 Ho,det8 were-not sworn until
six days. This will keep all the grass down, two o'clock P. M. of the day of elcctien,
Dotn m the middle and on the rows, and having acted until that hour without U
uov lujuru iuo btuuu.i. rinisa wiin ine
State, with all its railroad routes defined..
The'workis said to be very rapid, as a Uaid couuty p.rfous who were iJbt quali- KKb1rerheLandl0n1' lhe Tenant' jer- CTJEE 0F KETJALGIA.
1 A Frightful Flood is prevailing in
I- the Ohio and the tributaries above Cincin-
I natl, mundaUng large portions of the towns I boy ami team can cover from 12 to 20 iumai fied vetcrs did Vote for rou at laid elec-
I and cities along the banks. Both the freight per day, according to the size of harrow tion to the number of twenty-five or more,
r and passenger depots of the Southern and 'J'I ?3f? rfi h?e K That at Little'sf Mills precinct or voting
nnati Railroad, located ithe western ?fH vers colored persons who fished
i, v v vv uuucjuuueu buu ieui weeas,
I into the water, 30 to 60 feet deep, on
I Tuesday, carrying with them a large num-
i per of people, mostly persons drawn thither
to look at the flood. In the eastern part of
the city a dam broke, by which 60 feet of
water was let in on 20 blocks of dwellings.
Answers to simple questions often put to Law
yers by Laymen.
lliat at V oil Pit precinct in j carouna the Professional man. the Farmer, the
and the female of ray family have found them
invaluable at all times. I also -wish to say
that I have found Allcocx's Porous Plas-1
ters very useful in breast pains, backache
and weak .muscles. '
Alfred Brunson, A.M., P.D.
SUliSCUIliE FOR THE CRAP
LIXA- WATCHMAN, OS-F-t
$1.50 PER YEAR.
increases m popnlaritr -every
day, aa lajitg find ft
COS FORT ABLE
corset errr worn. Mer
chants ay it rives the best
satisfaction of any sorsct
thcjvor Fold. Warrant -d
atisfsctorr or raoncyre
funded. For gale by .
J. D. GASSILL only,
17:tf ' Salisbury, N. C.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND!
By virtue of an execution issued out of
the Superior Conrt of Rowan county, in fa
vor of J.'D. Trexler, to the use ofA. II.
Ncwaonj and wife Ingold, and A. A. Hodgc
to the use of A II Newsom and wife InoUL,
against J. B. Trexler and wiftf F. S. Trexler,
in niy hands for collection, I w ill sell at
public auction, at the Court House door in
the town of Salisbury, on the 5th day of
March, 1883, all the right, title, interest and
estate which the. said F. S. Trexler lias ia
and to the following land, viz,: A tract of
land consisting of 63 acres, more or less,'
situated in Providence Township, Rowan
County, adjoining the lands of Tobias Kesler,
J. li. Irexlcr and others, lernis cash, l
Dated at Salisbury, the 29th Jan'y, 1883.
C. C. KRIDER, Sheriff.
By 31. A. Smith, Dep't. 17:1m.
Tor 1883 ia an Elegant Book of
150 pages, 3 colored plates of flowers and
vegetables, and more than 1000 illustrations
of the choicest flowers, plants and vegeta
bles, and directions for growing. It is hand
some enough for the Center table or a holi
day present. Send on your name and post
office address, with 10 cents, and I will send
you a eopy, postage tpaid. This is net a
quarter-of its cost. It is printed Jn both
Eng'Uh and German. If you afterwards or
der seeds deduct the 10 cents.
Tick's Seeds are tbe Best Ia the World!
The Floral Guide Will tell bow to get
and grow them.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden,
175 pages, 6 colored plates, 500 engravings.
For 50 cts. in paper covers: $1 in elegant-
cloth. In German or English.
Vick'a Illustrated Monthlv Magazine 32
pages, a colored plate in every! number and
many fine engravings. Price $1.25 a year;
Five copies fr $5. Specimen humors sent
for 10 cts. ; 3 trial copies lor 25 cents.
(II) ROCHESTEB, N. T.
Administrators- Notice I
Having qualified as administrators Hipon
the estate of D. A. Miller, dee'd, notice ii
hereby given to all persons having claim
against the estate of the decedent to exhib
it them -to the undersigned, on or be4
fore the 9th day of February, 1884. All
persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment,
X P. Trexleb, I Adm'rs of
C. W. StewaA: D. A. Miller,
Jan'y 30th, 1883. 16:lm
Senate. Feb. 6. : ,
The following business was transacted:
The scene was frightful, and some lives I" shcriffi, its final reading. U O
were lost. 1 am maiung ie.a crime in all parties con-
to vote for me for member of Congress
were prevented: from doing so, their tick
ets taken from their handa by -your
frieuds, and that at said last named pre
cinct peraous in your advocacy offered
Bifl allowing constables the same fees mnety 10 otora who were there to vote
for tue for Congress. .-.Threats of peraoual
violcucee aud otheT means of intiinida
tion were used and employed by white
and colored persons in your advocacy
against other colored persons in Anson
Couuty, whereby I received less than I
12 mo., paper, 32 paes, Price 15 cts.
For sale by booksellers generally, who may be
sappnea in qaanuties on lavoraDie. terms oy eitner
oi ine unaersismea.
If not to be had at your local book store, mailed
post-paid on receipt of the price, by j
E. J. Dale & Son, i
Publisher, Booksellers & Stationers, N:
P. M. Hale, Publisher, RaleighJ N. C.
j The Lutheran Church ik Lincoln- 8Cd hml rcad,nS-
ton. The Rev. O.ltBernheim, who ia " ' B!" to abolsU the office of county treas
travelinsr in tli intoioat w Aj..u- urer failed to pass its second readinir.
Observer, writf to that paper from TJn- BU1 squiring Superior Court clerks to otherwise would aud ach votcr M
Ctdoton on the Gth instant, as follows : ,) ia tucir offioe: ou the 1st and 3d Mon
The various religious denominations are llays iucAC0 month, caused much discus
pretty swell - represented-here; but what sion was voted down. I
1 aTchuiX havri tnTU1 LutWrv ' BiU makiaS ki,IiS " tock indicta
. an cUurch.navinj; three and a half acres ol ij,. ui.m '
jana aiuumi m ttie conter of the town '
which has been standing vacant fnr , ! HOUSE,
half a century, and in its graveyard lie th
f k ma . - w
remains ui uev. Mr. ArendL who fan. I r..ir.!-. !
orvnuarounawitn uev, Adolphus Nnss- n,ir.rT- i..L t .t I a' J
To exempt from taxation $100 rorih of
farming and moi hauical timla, tabled.
Bill to establish twelve judicial district,",
was made special order for 1 1th inst.
man a a missionary from Clermanv lf.,r
the Revolutionary war? It is, high ti,ne
mat someoouy stiouia uc walcnig up in re
gard to that matter. G u. IS.
means aioresaiu were induced against
their wishes not to vote at all or to vote
for yon, and thereby the majority that I
should have received at said election was
reduced. That in Halifax Township or
voting place in Halifax County the polls
Among the business transacted was the I were not opened uutil the sun was two
hours high. That the registrar . for! the
township in which Oi ton plantation hi
BiaiiKwick Couuty is sitnated registered
fifteen or twentycolorel persons in said
Bill amending act creating the Depart-
niade special order
' The Petersburg Index Appeal is f .
uimiiiuu a3. xv, una Vance raent of Agriculture,
m the b-nate have done more than auyrft p -i
- i tint; ( Jomrrestsuieii exwisft th ; .ii.-..,:.: ' I Ior ri,,ay 1 J
ct certain tariff iegblathui i rojHcd by lie- to incrcasa justices of the "peace by
! publican ienaion, and toccure modifica two in each tovrnshp, was arucd at reat
lion of the raits -.r extension of Ihe free list. enVrth I " 7 -
'.?Tbey and equally -able Ieriiocra s-in the ' ' ' ' " 0
Jlouse arc determined that, isa f.:r as the ". PliibiilelnliiJ P,'. i ri w..i':: w:n
j; ; jfJnoritj can ccpi!;h n. th. tarifl bill to make a h i, ,ho,,gh 7s, r n
le made a law half be txiichusl tothe i the ..riitg nle tho UiKi u.atr
n any un-tcwd of lo the fv: And thw isluoia nn ....,'....?. ... . .
g,uine sUtesmanahip. - hi, fton. tianipli,,.. dJ tlui, frut.
plantation after sundown, and iu the ab-
scence of the greater number of them,
and all of . the persons so unlawfully leg
istered voted for you aud thereby reduced
the majority I should have received
That Jn .St. Johns precinct, Hertford
Couuty, two hundred and eighty rotes
were cast for me for Congress, and so re-
Itnrned by the Inspectors and pdl-holders
of the precincjt 'election, wbereas only
eighty of the said votes were counted for
me by tho Board of County Canvassers
At Swift Crcekjiu Craveu County, I lie
Taken as a "Forlorn Hops,"Brandr eth's
Pills LSectla. ;Magical Cure. Small.
Schcnck Ave., East New York, April 12, 1SS0.
I moBt cordially give my testimony as to
the sjreul value of Brandrelh's Pills, verified
hy eigliteen years' experience in my mother's
(ihe late Aln, Dr. Geo M Browne) family and
my own. They were at first taken as a "for
lorn hope," for the cure of a very sevtre cane
of Neuralgia of several years' standing, the
patient being completely prostrated by disease
and the excessive use of opium, taken to dead
en the pain 'by advice of. her pnyiciau.) The
effect a were almost niaeical: in one monlh she
ruisuant 10 an oruer oi tne. superior wa auie to be up and walk around freeiy,and
Court ef Rowan county, I will offer at pub-j the disease has never returned. My mother
lie sale, at tne Uonrt House in bausbury, on t was also cured ot an attack of Innamtotv
1st Monday in April, 1883, bidding to be-1 KhumatiAm by the same meanc. About six
mrf with 77 n vulunlilp imrt ;nf lanrl I rnura aun f wh.h lul'ri Willi wlmt annonrrd to
known as the Old May Place, in Providence I be a bad cold, but in a short time, symtoms of
Township, Kowan County, adjoining the I confluent bmall rox were developed, causing
lands of Sam'l Eller, Tobias Kesler and u mcn alarm. J oeiermined 10 iry urand
ALE of LAN
For Partition. . I
They are the most jwpular fowl
in this country, being justly termed
the "FARMER'S." "EGGS for
sale, at $1.00 for thirteen.
V7. A. WILE0E1T,
Salisbury, N. C.
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others, containing about
with comfortable dwelling and
outbuildings. There is a d orchard on
the premises, and good indications of gold
reth's Pills as a remedy, and their efficacy was
soon apparent. 1 was well much sooner than
was expected, and without receiving a single
f,eLCSarJ I mark or trouble of any kind. Jt is my firm
belief, judging frorn the severity of the esse,
that had I gone through the regular rontine
I know of many other instances of t he value
of Brandreth's Pills in disease and fiekness,
which I will be happy lo give to .any one who
will apply to me-
Mrs. E. St. Joiix.
TERMS: One-third cash, and; tho bal-1 prescribed bv physicians, I should have died.
: . i . .ii... . . . . .: .. ' i . ! . i i j. .
buuc in tijuai eiisuiiiiiiciiis hi sia nun iwcivc
mouths, with interest I rum date of sale, at
eight per cent. Title reserved until pur
chase jmoney is all paid. " j
i J. SAMIj McC U IJ BINS,; Com r.
Salisbury, N.C., Feb'y 14, t883.--18:6v
SALISBURY, IT. C.
Salisbury, IT. C.
Apt ftrPHENIX IRON WORKS,
Eiines, Boilers, Saw Ills,
.. . - - i -
Also Contractor and Builder
USED THIRTY YEAE3.
COULD NOT GET ALONft WITHOUT BBAND-
UETU'S PILLS IN THE HOUSE, u
1 MRS. DR. BEEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this "well known j J.ears
84 Morton Street, New I'irfc City. Mar. 1. 1880.
I have used 13 rand ret hr Pills fur over tbirtjr L
-ears. I am a great ufferer from Rliearoa-j
11,,, l ,,;... i, r.,.,il ,.-;il u "v i1 one or iwo
. , , . " . ' . : , I doses, which pive me immediate relief. - I also
iV8 -VV, J iwmmia tke them for co-itivenew. with wl.i.1. 1 am
they fisit Salisbury. J lrouble(1 anil theJ alwJB giye nie rel,ef
- wiutiB fluuH us "'.Mm ipmj ivn.cn con Id not gel along withotifvnnr pills in mv
orders for it at this House; how. i Chas. F llKU.vcKiwi. "
Jan'y lo, 1383L. lJ;hi. I8:ly , j
The First ever made from the - ;
South: Oarblinix P
Its Excellence for All Field Crops is Unsurpassed,
. FOR SALE BY THE 9) - '
WANDO PHOSPHATE COMPAHY,
Fuaxcts B. Hackeij, President,
C'HABLESTON, S. C.
JosiAii J.JUuowjf, Treasurer.