The Carolina Watchman.
tfOL XlV. THIRD SERIES SALISBURY. N. C AUGUST 23, 1883.
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The most power Anti
septic' ageiiHtfliien chem
ist: -y lias produced.
its use either internal. '
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all It comes in contact;
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these results iir tirr.om- ,
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DARBt'S 1 with pure and
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nses to wiiliHi tls gre it Oerni-dcstroyer is applica
ble. Ask your nigrLst for printed mat ter descrip
tive of Its usefulness, or address
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Manuf.ictujflnir hieiuist, PHILADELPHIA.
' rteentiperlBottle. Pint Bottles, ji.oo.
AS wel as the fxterest of
Rr R (Criwford, of the firm of
R. CRAWFORD & GO.
ire lim propaied to supply our
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X . , y
u addition to the .
Selected Stock ot
A E D W A K E iu the
j" S T A T E.
. We also handle
a ful line ot Mining Supplies.
I We will
IlJUcite Any Prices in
; the State.
AND SEE US.
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bosrrliii i . s.
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u' ' uutt-U uia Ksber streets.
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BLAGKMER & TAYLOR
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Washington C. Kerr, State Geologist.
Tfc Jfc fVlUlirtu
responds to that of Northern and
middle Italy and Sonthern and mid
dle France, being tempered on one
side by the Atlantic ocean, and on
'the other bv the hioh
table lands of the Appalachian moun
tains. And as the Slate has so great
a length from east to west, as well ns
j so considerable an elevation towards
the interior (3,000 and 4000 feet),
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mic range or climate is very great,
from subtropical on the coaM, within
the influence of the Gulf atreamto
cold temperate on the table lands of
the West. The isothermal in the one
case, (at Smithville, the ! extreme
southeast,) being 66 degrees (that of
Alexandia, in Egypt) and in the
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Other It Uoone. the llr her mmintniti
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pi; in toe w aoout OJ Qe-
erce8 w,ic, j8 tllat of Nnv Ynt.i. aiHl
lW France; that of the plateaus
oIm)uI - Grandfather mountain forty-five
decrees, which corrpsnmuls to Outu-
no, Canada, and Snscutchewan ; the
o m 1
middle- region falling under the line
degrees, which is that of Nagaska, I
I a. r : I I . p. . i
Athens, Gibraltar, fec.
i he average fall of
I winter is six inches.
snow for the
number of days of fog for. the year is
but two. No nart of the State is
..l.s J i mm. .
cunjcvi iu mc uwuiifiivc gaies. X lie
average number ot tair days per j
year is 132$ of rainy days 100, leav-i
, . f V ' , j
a- , . i
to be classed as partly
Raleigh is very nearly of the tem
perature of Florence, Italy. Bcoufort
is almost exactly of theteiiiperature I
i i I lit.iiM I M I 17 1 1 1 I 1 I t 1 1 1 1 I i ill i I t
t'l VJI LUV Uj HUM . I 1 in v v ' I I lliv
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mgton) is al-
sea coast below Wilmin
I most identical with that oi mcolosr.
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Sicily. Asheville (in the mountains),
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na1 :t lemperaiure very iikc mm or
Venice, Italy, and Iioiuuaux.
Thus it will be seeii that the range
of climate in the State is the same as
that from the Gulf of Mexico to New
York." The influence of thiscircum-
a h uji si v I I. m i.i,l . i mm i .
bin lift: i Bern in me w nic i anjic ji
. i. i t
nature and agricultural nctB
from tno Hnlmrtli niul Mnomnll'l
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grantliflora to the White Pine, Hem
hx'k and Balsam Fir, and from the
sugar cane and rice to Canadian oats
and bin -k wheat. And while the cold
of winter is not severe, 10 degrees
(of Far.) be rarely passed, except on
the highest plateaus, the temperature I
of midsummer is not so excessive or i
trying as further North, in New
York for example.
At The Fire.
It is strange how absent minded
some people become when an alarm
oi nre is given. Lne proniiiieni ieai
dealer who rooms near where the fire
originated Sunday night, on seeing
the warehouse on fire, got up, bathed, J
shaved, put on his buuday-gO'to-meet-
ing clothes, parted his hair in the
middle, put on his kids and walked
out to view the ruins. Another young
man got up locked, his door, threw 1
the key out, called up his "pups",
and attempted to train then, to catch
rats. An old gentleman put on three t
pair of pants, two coats and his wile's
night cap. Another one Wi'S so frigh- 1
tened he only put on his slippers and
hat, which made him look very much 1
like a ghost. One of our young bloods '
thought it would be real nice, diked I
out in his best suit, white neck tie and
wore a large button hole bouquet, 1
marched down to the scene. He be- 1
come a little too careless and got in J
front of the nuzzle of the Chemical
engine hose, he was soon whitewashed
and all the starch taken out of him. !
He left for his room a sadder and
wiser man. Durham Recorder.
fitTxivrr A. what ix ( lovroiirv- A verv
serious cutting affray occurred at the '
depot in Concord last Saturday night
in which Mr. Dock Coizine Was badly
hacked up by two brothers named John
and Joe Orthage, two factory hands. 0km -
parties, .became involved ui a r quarrel,
when the two brothers jumped ou Coi
zine and stabbed and cut him in four or
five place. CorziueV injuries were dress
ed by a phytician who pronounces them
serious, but not thought to be fatal. At
last accounts the officers had not succeed
ed iu arrestiug the twa Orthage brothers.
In the economy of a well regulated
family nothing should be allowed to go
to waste. Aud the Spanish government
acting 6u this assumption, lias issued a
proclamation that says : "All articles in
the shape of wine, groceries and provis
ions, which npou examination and analy
sis, are proved to be injurious to health
will be confiscated forthwith and distrib
uted to the different cluuitable institu
tions." That is something like a certain
Sunday school festival committee, which
upon finding the oysters they had pro
vided were bad, ordered them to be sent
to the Home for the Friendless.
Give close' personal supervision to eve-
mAzl uiL. '
iy. department of your ousineRS ; "ine
master's eves are worth laith his hands."
Tr. John Hall, in an article en
titled, "A TWng to Cry Over," j
touches in a pathetic manner the
the common habit of laughing at'
drunken men. Dr. Hall stood on a
boat in New York harbor. Not far
off was a well dressed but tipsy young
man. Beside the doctor was a plainly
dressed man. When Dr. Hall saw
the people laughing at the dunnkard,
he saw in his neighbor's eye such a
sad, pitying look, that he said to
him : "They should hardly laugh at
him," Said the man : "It is a thing
to cry over." Then he told Dr. Hall
of his own wife, who took to drink in
Scotland, and who promised to re- I
form if he would come to this coun-!
try, but did not, and died of drunk- j
en i iess, and when the doctor honed
that he had comfort in the children,
he said : "Oue, the second, is ; fche is
a good child. Th oldest is not steady '
I can do nothing with her; and
the youngest, a boy, cau't be kept j
from drink. I've sold my place, and
am going to a town iu Ohio, where, '
I am told, no liquor can be had to I
trJ t0 avc ,Vm-" Dr- 1Iul1 closes as
follows "Wlin u-iHild IWfct tvish fur
follows: "Who would not wish for
abstinence societies, tracts, books,
ministers, sermons, young people's
pledges, humane laws? Oue almost
cries out for anything that will stop
I his slow, eniol iiiiiriior nf homi 1mm
. , '
n men, oi wuiiiuii, 01 nine cmiuien,
of home, of peace, of immortal
A London (Ky.) scientists, accord
ing to the Electric World, sings the
praises of the frog, and accitlentally
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i.!. lo I A Tim .. It. inaklit I ...
I , . , . ,
iClitan has played iu the development
1 K .
ot electrical science: "Even iu the
benighted age in which Galvani
lived it had been discovered that
frogs' legs were good to eat. He had
a pair of them hanging on a copper
hook, and occasionally the wind
would blow them against an iron
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laiiiiiii. uiiu uiey wuinu km k euniii-
whenever contact was estab-
. . . . . . ...
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iibiu-u. vjruiviiui iiuiiueu 11, uiiu Met
his wits to find out the cause. Every
body knows the history, although it
is a long one, and everybody knows
that from that simple occurrence, and
through the defunct frog's instrumen
tality, we have the telegraph monop
oly, the telephone, (with the wires
crossed half the time and the other
half something the matter with the
transmitter,) the electric light, which
doesn't burn on cloudy nights, and
many other blessings of life. The
world owes all those things to the
simple fact that a frog's hind legs are
rtMMi to eat."
Tlic Sweetest Joys.
Very many of the sweetest joys of
Christian hearts are songs which
have been learned in th bitterness of
trial. It is said of a little bird that
he will never learn to sing the song
his master will have him sing while
it is 4ight in his cage. He learns a
snatch of every song he hears, but
will not learn a full separate melody
of its own. And the muster covers
the cage and makes it dark all about
the bird, and then he listens and
learns the one song that, is taught to
him, until his heart is full of it.
Then, ever after, he sings the song in
the light. With many of us it is as
with t lie bird. The Master has a
song. He wants to teach to us, but
we learn only a strain of it, a note
here and there, while ve catch up
snatches of tlie world's song and sing
them with it. Then He comes ami
maues it dark about us till we learn
the sweet melody He would teach us.
Many of the loveliest songs of peace
and trust sun? by God's children in
this wwl(l have been taoght in
the darkened chamber of
It is reported here npou what is con
sidered good authority, that a short time
siucc a party of four were seen playing
cards upon the banks or near Cane river,
in Yancey. But little was thought of the
circumstance at the time, nud it was soon
forgotten, till several young men went to
the river to bathe, when they discovered
the body of a young man. The corpse
had a withe tied arouud the neck to the
nd of which there was or had been at
tached a weight and the body sunk in the
stream. There were nine stabs on the
body. The body was recognized as that
of the young man who was seen playing
cards. The others have fled the country
taking with them or secreting the goods
belonging to the deceased. Wo withhold
names till the truthfulness of the reports
can be ascertained. Hakcrsrille Ikmt
We suspect that the amount of hides
tanned at the Tewkesbury Alms House,
aud which have been disco vrred by Gov
ernor Butler's off eye, has been the
means of break i nt; the market and the
immediate cause at the numerous failures
:.. l .1 m i II" ki F .
in hid usniiti uiiir.-nriy x rwtj
God helps them that helps themselves.
Sloth, like rust, consumes more than
labor wears, while the used key is always
A little neglect may breed great mis
chief. Drive your business ; let it not drive
A fat kitchen makes a lean will.
It von would be wealthy think of saving
as well as getting.
Kewnre of little expenses; a smaJJ leak
will sink a great ship.
There are no gains without pains.
Diligence is the mother of good luck,
and God gives all things to industry.
If you would have your business done,
go ; if not send.
Not to oversee workmen is to leave
them with your purse open.
If you would know the value of money
go and try to borrow some ; for he that
goes a -borrow ing goen a-sorrowing.
Pride is as loud a beggar ns want and
a great deal more saury.
It is easier to suppress the first desire
than to satisfy all that follow it.
If yon will not hear reason she will
sui el v rap your knuckles.
The Apex of Honesty-. At a party
one evening, several contested the honor
of having done the most extraordinary
thing. A reverend gentlemau was ap
pointed judge of the respective preten
tions. One produced his tailor's hill with the
receipt attached to it. A buzz went thro'
the room that this could not be outdone,
when a seecoiul proved that he had jnst ! r:m""K remainder ot the Confeder
al rested hit tailor for money that he had ! ate ? Baltimore American,
lent him. "The palm is his," was the ! eP'
general cry. Then a third put in his ! Mr. Davis witnessed one or more
claim : "Gentlemen," said he, "I cannot ofll,e batt,e of war. He was on
boast of the feats of hit predecessors, but tl)e fie,1( at t,)e first batt,e gf Manas
1 have returned two borrowed ambrel-!"&. Vf reg,mout of Mississippi
j Wiles did magnificent work at Buena
"This is the very acme of honesty," Vista an(1 tl'ed 'the tide of battle, as
exclaimed the arbitrator, "it is an act' of 1 fa" S,,T 1 Jen7,is,n0t afraid
virtue of which I neve, new one capable." , of gnnpowder, we may believe, or of
H,.i,ii'tMi.f. i, uti i ,ni! any foe. But Davis has shown his
miiu it luiuiii. i mi) v uoui mill
more than that." " Impossible, " cried
the company, "let ns hear." "I have ta
ken my county paper twenty years and
always paid for it iu advance." lie took
Exclusion "IHsted." The excursion
under tho nuHpiccs of the colored M. E.
Church authorities to have gone from
this place to Columbia, S. C, last Satin
day was a disastrous failure. A sort
mortgage was placed u pon the eh arch
property to raise tho money to pay the
forfeiture, $600, the managers obligating
themselves to pay $000 more before the
train started. Thia last $GQ0 they failed
to raise aud after trying in vatu all day
finally had to give it up losing of course
the forfeit of $000, which the railroad
pocketed and the church or some one
The Roads. The magistrates, at their
meeting ou .Monday by a vote of 17 for
and 13 against, adopted the road law
passed by the Legislature last winter.
Let "well dono" lie said for them by
every progressive man in Cabarrus coun
ty. The Commissioners will meet again
next Monday, to appoint supervisors and
put the machinery iu motion, so that, the
repair of the roads can commence ns
oarly as possible. Concord Register.
They Feel Insulted. Among those
who are in a foaming rage over the shib
boleth, "Turn the rascals out," a dozen
or two stalwart editors who hold offices
are making themselves most conspicu
ous. Is it not possible for them to find
consolation iu the reflection that "Turn
the rascals out" does not apply to any
body hut "rascals?" Or is it this reflec
tion that makes them howl f Washing
Xo C 11018 ix the Cyclones Wakes.
It is stated as a fact, aud is a matter of
study for scientists, that the corn and
vegetables planted in the path of destruc
tive cyclone of May 12 will not grow.
Farmers along the line of its travels in
Morgan county dechire tho statement to
be true, and say that corn and potatoes
planted iu the "cyclon ground" will not
even sprout. St. Louis Globe Democrat.
The Royal Yacht. Admitting that
Mr. Arthur has the royal prerogative
to seize and use government property
wherever he finds it, what right has he to
turn over a vessel belonging to the navy
to the pleasurable uses of his daughter
and sister? There is no great amount of
money involved iu this, but there cer-
mi iily is some
principle. St. Louts Post
Oh ye editor, who worketh night and
day for filthy lucre nud a reputation,
both of which by oue bad article, can bo
sent higher than a cow kicked Chicago.
Why do ye not '-knock somebody out"
aud start a "gin in ill" in the puritanical
city of Mbrown bread aud baked beans,"
o la Sullivan, aud by oue fell swoop
upward mount the pinnacle of fame.
Use your credit sparingly. It may
serve a useful Uunporary purpose, but
iiiir-dnv is snratarmiiHsuil vou should
;tl ways be pie pa ted for it.
It is said that t ho Weehawken
dueling ground, on the west shore of.
the Hudson river, at one time so much
frequented by those of sanguinary in
tent, is now hard to identify. There
it was that Hamilton fell. Oliver
Li r i f i .
i. x urry aiso lougui a duel on or
about this same smt with Marine
Captain Heath, 1818. Alexander
Hamilton s son fell there two years
ueiore Ilia lather, in a duel where he
was, if possible, more the aggressor
than his father; young Hamilton ad
General Hamilton were shot in near
ly the same portion of the body, on
the side just above the hip. Aaron
Burr had fought on the same ground
four years before he killed Hamilton,
with the latter's brother-in-law, John
B. Church, for slandering him:
Church's bullet went through Burr's I
coat. De Witt Clinton fought John
owartwout on or about the same
dueling ground the year before Ham
ilton was killed, and shot Swartwout,
who was Burr's strongest hencfimen,
twice in the leg, and even then
Swartwout wanted another shot, and
Clinton had literally to leave the
field without completing the satisfac-
tion demanded, lliese are bat a few
of the duels fought on this famous
Jeff Davis sneers at Judge B.'uck
because "like Job's war-horse, he
snuffed the baltle afar off." Du Mr.
Davis himself, asks the Boston Her
ald, get any nearer to "the blood and
smoke of battle" than when he ran
away from Richmond, clutching the
heroism. Wilmington Star.
The Padncah, Ky., Journal coutions its
correspondents not to give the names of
i business firms when writing, thus avoid
I ing the giving of free notices ns reading
matter. Some do so unwittingly and to
help fill up, bnt-it is to advertising that
a publisher must look to get something
to "fill up the mouths of those dcjKsndent
f upon him for support. It would be well
to bear this hint in mind when writing
for your local paper. Proof Sltcet.
Rli.k to Measuue Corn ix a .Cum.
Multiply the length of the crib in feet by
the height of the crib in feet, and this
product by the width of the crib' iu feet,
thru take five-twelfths of this product
and you will have the number of bushels.
If the corn is extra good, divide by two,
which will give the number of busfaels of
Never fail to take a receipt for money
paid, and keep copies of your letters
Do your business promptly, and bore
not a business man with long visits.
If you post your servants upon your
ailairs they will one day rend yon.
In seeking a situation remember that
the right kind of men are always in de
mand, aud that industry and capacity
rarely go empty-handed.
To make good bargains yon must Ihj
well posted in the market value of the
articles you wish to buy or sell, and-their
I qualities and conditiou.
Teach your daughters that God made
them iu his own image, and that no
amount of tight lacing will improve the
Leather medals, will be scarce and high
priced tjiis Fall, and the country editor
who gets one in return for "puffing" beets
and pumpkins at his couutry fair will
have something worth keeping, Proof
The speaker who alluded to his candi
date as "the war-horso that sniffed the
battle from afar," climbed up to the com
position room with a club after reading it
in the paper ns "tho ward boss that
snatched the bottle from the bar."
Durham Recorder : The Grand Jury t
the last term of the Inferior Court nt Ox
ford presented every supervisor of public ,
roads iu Granville county
remembered that the Justices
Peace are the supervisors
To change the air in a room, open the
windows both at the bottom and top
When opposite wind
indows will not produce
c..,ed and open., rap-
a current, a door
idly or usi-d as a fan is very efficacious ;
or build a fire in the fire-place.
Since its commencement the New York
Society for the prevention of Cruelty to
Children has entertained over 11,800
cases involving over 103,XI0 children,
inir the last vear alone over 3.000
, 1 r. 1 10-4
, were looked after and l,8o3
piaceu 111 nomes anu mmnmiwmm ...
nothing of its prosecution of 1,(B3 easee,
nothing of its prosecution of 1,033 ease,
resulting iu 1,000 convictions.
DRIED FRUIT Al BERRIE
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S!
T,cy have just received anew supply of
cheap, with a full assortment of
Dry Goods, Notions, ClottanG, .Furnishing Goods,
saossa -ivr:D iiatb
Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still have the bct
Floor, Oat Heal. Meats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Rice, Meal, Bran, Shorts,
New Orleans Molasses,
A full assortment of Family Medicines.
Table and Glassware, A Good Stock.
Still have -a plenty of Five Cents Tinware,
sell, for we will do you good.
Julv 4th, 1883
School Rooks Full Stock, lowest prices.
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Library.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brmdies.
Bathing (Jlov.'s and Towels.
DIES A SPECIALTY.
TROPICA L FRUITS IN SEA
SON, PICTURES dl PICTURE
FRAMES, TOYS, DOLLS, VASES AND
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
44 FAI.ISIH'RY, N. C. Iy
Britxs. Cover the surface immediate
ly with varnish, mucilage, or any other
substance that will "effectually exclude
the air from the injured parts, When
this is done the pain soon ceases aud
healthy action begins.
Ou one side of an ordinary postal card
a French stenographer has written 44,031
-words. They :im coutaiued in 275 lines,
an average of 100 words to each line.
Thus every line contains about as much
matter as a page of a l2mo. volume ! The
space for the words had to be calculated,
aud this calculation farms a frame to the
Says the Monroe Enquirer and Express:
On Sunday last five boys of this place,
aged from 15 to 18 years respectively,
ran away from home, their avowed des
tination being Texas. They walked up
to Charlotte Sunday evening, spending
the night there. On Monday night four
of them returned home, one only con
tinuing his flight. Several of these boys
are said to have been inveterate readers
of dime novels.
The Egyptian census has just been
completed! The total population is
t ' -
, hw. ... r..v , . r 7na O'M ..f ,. ,,,, o oa'
v. It ilHje,8'veu MG082VrniQirr I '
ibices of the'981 are ma!os an1 344,312 females,
I Cain, has 868,108 inhabitants A I-
andria, with-its suburb?', 208,o:
I, ., ,r -rri a' iiiai!
Port ban I, 16,ObU ; trr, 1U,J1.5;
Tantah, 33.725; Damietta, 34,04G ;
1 Roselta, 1G,671 ; Mans-irah, 26,784 ;
j Z .gazig, 19,046.
The Valley .Mutual Life Association
of Virgiuia stands endorsed by snch men
as Jude A. C. Avery, Rev. C. T. Ilailey,
U. T. Gray, and other promiuet Men of
this State. Judge Avery says of it :
"I have held a imlirv in 'The Vallev
Mutual Life AssiM iatimi' since the tall of
IdS'K and consider mvsclf fortunate in
f,;,' H.UtMl ,M, i,s solvency. TIk-cont
wlll never amount to more than torty jm t
rt.f. f the pmuiutua charge by regular
rent, of the premium charge by
companies ou tho ar.tna ri-ks."
x't im .til
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SUMMER GOOD3, which they offer Trj
Syrups. Pure Lard, &c.
FRITT JARS chenp and alTkindi.
Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton.
IrCome and see us before you buy or
W. W.Tatmw, )Q fag-;
D. J. Host ian, Simen.
Salisbury, N, C.
Agent for PHfflNIX IRON WORIS,
Mm, Bote, Sat Hills,
Also, Contractor and Builder.
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THANKS, TOY COir
Our Stock CjiMJj MtMtl
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLUJIttttU iV MORGAN.
VVm. J. Plummkr. long known en the bel
Hariie and Saddle Maker who ever did binds
nee in Salisbury, preneni hi mdim nt-.
to .old friends and pairon with an invitation
to call and see Ids present Hock of new
ILirnes, Sa lJIes, Collar, Jtc. lie warrant
salisfaetion to every purchaser of New Slock,
and also his repair work. Kites t low as m
good article will admit of. ('all and see.
PLUMMER & MORGAN".
rio tfttrr 's Stomach Bitters, by taereaataf
vital power, and rendering tH physical
function regular and active, keeae the
ysu-m in good working order, and protect
it against disease. For constipation, dys
pepsia and liver complaint nerronsn-s,
kiAney and rheumatic ailments, it is if
valuable, and it affords a sure define e
against malarial fevera, besides rewwviag
all traces orsucn neas from ine
For sale by all Druiritists
IncrYaMS taj t.- .
every usy, a ia:e li
ccrs't cv r wora. M--chant
-jyr Itrrveathek' '
aatfsfr.ctU.ii of aT eons' :
th'V'v -r !!. Warr-at C
.'.-.-tnrr or mos&y e
fn id. r ri!!et
J. D. CrASILL only,
Salisbury, N. C.
In pursuance of a judgment of the Supe
rior Court of Howan countyviu the Pjycial
nrocecdinz of James I. Trexler and ('. W
Stewart, administrator? of D. A. Miller, t
Nancy Miller nnd other, beirs st-lsw of 1 1 -
o-;,l A UUlr uu will ncll at iniblii' out
saw u. a. .inner, a mm w
y to the highest bidder, at
door in SalUlmrv,
OUI'I av- -ww ---- - ----- - , '
lite Court-b' ie
0n jjiay, the 10th of September.
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the following dcscrilK-d tract of land,
UHtc(l ;n Franklin townahip ill Howaacouu
tv. being lot Ho. 4, in the division of t!i&
linds of Jehu Fmter, Sr., and being the!.
4th day ot January, anl luly reg;-
I tcrej in 63 JWJC 373 p. K. office . :
i Rowan county, containing One Hundn 0
! and Forty-three acres, more or less.
j TEItMSof Sale : One third cash, one thi
in six months, and the balance in tweh
months. Title retained until the purchar
money is paid, snd interest charged up.
deferred payments at the rate ot eiht p
cent, per upnum. ..
J.s. P. TrkxI'ER & C W. Stewart,
Jl mWjP afcBaD LBPMa aifcVWLflj U
Adiurt of D. A. Miller Cirtucionrrt
Dated Aui't 9th, 18Hi-43:4t
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