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PRQF. I DARBY'S
. n.owerful Antiseptic known.
JNT TH2 CHOLERA.
The most power Anti
septic agent which chem
istry his produced.
Its use either Internal
ly or Externally renders
;ill It -comes In contact
tvifli. nitre, mrtrt itml r.len i.
. . . f . . H 1 ! t lii iki-i u t twl 1. ill nf .llu
h -ifL. c i 'i il i4-inv ease erins ceases and the
s-arc iiitiu feii etl by patient recovers.
purification. i,w?11lih r,;f" when used on Hirers.
wtdf qui;; clrjlesj
i rid Sokks It stops all pain,
Tbeyvlls'vWsfrenerat'' promotes the rapULforui-
sweetens the parts and
-jtagion .ni'i '"f '"I 'Vation of healthy Klesli.
4i srefc is n
tj,e Kast awl aan -f:r
on Its mlvii-.n hi deb
ine sauif irt ie Dim-, ns PXT)0sUre m a S'ck
hema. Tvi-iioiit room. Cellar, Stable pu-
SMinPox. MKA-a.Ks. rines the atmosphere and
IflW KKVKK, -HtSII-ET.S,arlvtsaw.ay tne germS)f
etc. All these Jrenerte (Use.lse and 1,.
3SSB;,DhAf Zw Interaa,,y n
r.Kili Kkvkk .le.. arfe' rifir the Sto arh, giving
tarn contwrioil wlifE tne and halthy vigor.
ef 1 u npless. In- It Is thus that It rr In
SSuy" flijui or 4-digestion and Dyspepsia,
dcanuess. v.'hen used as a lotion
Allihr' iif axfi mii f" it destroy sail Freckle and
met (iiily itn ''' ''''; p"" Hloteh-protluclng germs,
yrmirti of Mffl-j.-TM 'leaving the skin clear,
'ml ,iftrofi) 'four. white and transparent as
n.iAy pruii'fxi. Htrth iof that of a little child,
these resti Its at 6 armh,-
iWuV'ihv Hit- tisJ of Prff.
Barby's prepart -rion &u
of Ik.rael'' Arid ;id Chlo
rine, known as f
Space les not
p nnf us to name many of the
uses to whli'li-ilils great Germ-destroyer Is applica
ble. Ask yo'ir niuggigf for printed matter descrlp-
tlreof in ustif ulaess, of address
j. a. ZEILIN & CO.,
Meents n-x pottle.
Pint Bottles, $1.00,
AS THE INTEREST OF
K R Crakrford, of the firm of
R. R. CRAWFORD ft CO.
c are u
w prepared to supply our
cnstonitrs wjth all kinds of
addition to the
Ih-sfi SeleJted Stock ov
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I i A R E iu the
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jjWe alo handle
F p S E .
line if Mining Supplies.
N a fui
DttpUcaite Any Prices
i the; State.
u ',1 v- ?f '' an excellent trarden. corner
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I It renders all itl
comes in contact!
with pur 3 and
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A Baby's Feet.
baby's feet, like sea shells pink,
Uicht tempt, should h
angel's lips to kiss, we tnink,
A bal3 s feet.
Like rose-hued sea-flowers towards tbe
They stretch and spread and ,wiuk
Their ten soft buds that part and tneet.
No flower-bells that expand and shrink,
Gleam half so heavenly sweet
As trod on life's untroden brink,
A baby's feet.
A baby's hands, like rosebuds furled,
Whence yet no leaf expands,
Ope if you touch, though close uncurled,
A baby's hands.
Then last as warriors grip their brands
When battle's bolt is hurled,
They close, clenched hard like lightening
No rosebud yet by dawn im pearled,
Match, even in loveliest lauds.
The sweetest flowers in all the world
A baby's hauds.
A baby's eyes, ere speech begin,
Ere lips learn word or sighs,
Bless all things bright euough to will
A baby's eyes.
Lore, while the sweet thing laughs nud
And sleep flows out aud in,
Sees perfect in them Paradise,
A baby's eyes.
Their glance might cast out pain aud sin,
Their speech make dumb and wise,
ly mute, glad godhead felt within j
A City of the Dead.
Two miles from Man dan on the bluffs
near the junction of the Heart and Mis
souri rivers, is an old cemetery of fully
one hundred acres in extent, filled witii
boues of a giaut race. This vast city of
the dead lies just east of the Port ftm
coin road. Wc have just spent a half
day in exploring this charuel bouse of a
dead nation. The ground has the ap- 1
pearance of having been filled with ; -
trenches piled full of dead bodies, both
man and beast, aud covered with several
feet of earth. In many places mounds
from eight to ten feet high nud some of
them a hundred feet or more iu length
have been thrown op and are filled '.with 1
bones, broken pottery, vases of various
bright colored flints and agates. The '
pottery is of a dark material, beautifully ;
decorated, delicate in finish, and as fight
as wood, showing the work of a people
skilled in the arts aud possessed of ahigh j
state of civilization. Here is a gran uTSeld
for tho student, who will be richly paid
for his labors by excavating and- tunnel
ing iu these catacombs of the dead. This
as evidently been a grand battle-field,
where thoasaudaof men and horses have
f i I Ian ittlnt.if Ii L-b o m I'Dfikin aim m in. I
kwit-ii. iiuiiimi: iiFvt tk eiow;iii(iiit wi in-
telligeut exploratiou has been made, as
only little holes two or three feet hi
depth hare been dug iu some of the
mounds, but many parts of the anatomy
of man nud beast, aud beautiful speci
mens of broken pottery aud other curios
ities have been found iu these feeble ef
forts at excavaliou. Who are they and
from whence did they come, dying and
leaving only these crumbling boues and
broken fragments of their works of art to
mark the resting place of a dead nation?
Five miles above inaudan, on the oppo
site side of the Missouri, is another vast
cemetery as vet unexplored. We asked
au aged Indian what his people knew of
these ancient graveyards. lie answered:
"Me know nothingabout tluem. They were
here before the red mau' Mandan Da
GIi.vestox, Tex., Aug. 17. This city
is on the verge of a water famine. The
cisterns are drained, gardens are dried
np aud the effect of the drought is plain
ly to be seen in the products of the vege
table market For weeks past many per
sons have been depending npou the lib
erality of their neighbors for water euough
to drink, having exhausted their supplies.
Now most of those who were well pro
vided at the beginning of the dry season
are almost completely without a supply.
An indication of the extreme want to
which some persons are driven is found
iu a notice posted in front of one of the
best kuown aud most popular restaurants
in the city, "closed, uutil it rains.'' A
slight rain has fallen, but uot enough to
change tho situation.
Pexsacola, Fla., Aug. 20. The total
number of cases of yellow fever at the
navy yard up to noon to day is eight,
aud total u umber of deaths three. Sur
geon Owens is better. Two attempts
were made to pass the cordon last night
one party attempting force, the other of
fered a bribe of $200. The guards bonds
have been doubled. No alarm is felt in
Duly Stormer, a young lady aged 17
, . 1 e ....1
years, was caugni oy tier aju no mm
wound around the driving shaft of the
engine at the Trackville (Pa.) Woolen
Mill on Thursday. The foreman of the
ill tore her from the machinery by main
Her spino was injured and she
A Kentucky Romance.
The Lore of Two Brot&rs and Two Sis
In a certain partof our county there lived
a family iu which there were two brothers
just entering upon the prime of youthful
manhood ; a short distance from them
in fact in the same neighborhood--there
lives another family in which there are
two sisters, also in the prime of maiden
hood, beautiful, fascinating aud attrac
tive. These young people being near neigh
bors, and coming iu contact with each
other often, almost naturally it would
seem, fell in love with each other, the
eldest brother with one of the siiters
and the younger with the other. All
went smoothly for a time, aud these
young people enjoyed themselves, aud
dreamed bright dreams of the future, aud
no doubt in imagination constructed fai
ry palaces of love, aud gardens, like Par
adise, which should only be filled with
beautiful flowers aud fruits of happiuess
and unalloyed enjoyment. Then a mat
ter of course, the question of marrying
arose, which must be referred to the pa
rents of the young ladies for approval.
The eldest brother had no difficulty in
obtaining their consent to his marrying
the young lady, and the wedding day
was fixed upon. Then the young brother
went to the parents and made known his
attachment for the other sister and their
mutual desire to "splice and travel the
road of life together." But the old folks
were decidedly opposed to having more
; than one of their girls marry into "that
family,' and plainly informed him that
j if he wanted a wife he must go elsewhere
; to get her, intimating that he should de
sist paying further attention to the young
lady iu question.
j Llut the young man was determined
thai if his brother married one of the girls
he wonld marry tho othur So lie
to tw young "lady of his love." and told
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auti dchired her, if she loved him, to
nrov lmr lov v mnninc nff with him.
p0 ti,j8 8i,e acrecd and the night was fix
ed upon when they should carry out the
mutual agreement. But now comes the
strangebt part of the story. Tire two
young ladies resembled each other very
much iu looks, voice, etc., and by some
stiango freak, when the young mau went
to the appointed place of meeting, he
found a woman there whom he thoueht
Waa the right one, but she was uot. Un-
conscious of this however, he took her
to the' place where the mariage ceremony
W,9 to have been performed before he
found otit that he was with the. wr.Tii-'
v. Most wonderful to relate, he thought l
licit. lifter Iia hiid irone: to all that tumble
he would get married anyway, so he
asked her if she would have him, and she
in order to carry out the joke, said she I
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Willi I . .1 1 1 1 1 IIIPV YYr Hill ' f( r I It 11 nilll
there. It appears that she had over
he.ud him making arrangements to elope
with her sister, and knowing the place of
meeting, determined to go there ahead of
her aud thus fool the young mau for
whom she entertained a secret liking,
although she was engaged to be married
to his brother. Our informant also states
that after they had lived together for
some time the elder brother, determining
to make the most of the situation, took
unto himself the other sister.
Wiiistmkxj Fish. One of the most
singular of the fish family is doubtless
the whistling sucker which is sometimes
caught in Walker Lake. The fish when
caught emits a plaintive whistle which
will almost peisuade an angler with auy
tenderness of heart to throw it back into
the water. Charley Kimball has one
which was caught in n net when quite
young. He keeps it in a tank and has
taught it to know him and whistlo when
it if, hungry. When its master approach
es the fish pushes its nose aud mouth out
of the water, and, making a pucker with
its lips which the human pucker does not
nearly equal, whistles some shrill notes
It appears to have some of the parrot
characteristics, and Kimball thinks that
in time he can teach it to whistle part of
some simple tune. Iftdker Lake, (Neb.)
The Republican party believcsiu steal-
ing tho Presidency ; it believes in buying
the Presidency : it believes iu fostering
aud protecting mouopoly ; it believes in
corrupting elections as a matter of per-
sooal prule ; it believes in extortionate
s . I a a a.
taxes nnd in collecting from tho people
$150,000,(XX) more taxes each year than
the necessities of the Govern meut require.
Let it be understood that we do not mean
the great masses of the Republican party,
but the leaders aud controllers of it. Hon
est members of the Republican pnrtj-,
should there uot be a change 1 Tipton
Two of the best farms inCulpeper
county, Va., exchanged hands rcently.
One of them, containing 1,300 acres, situ
. , 1 1 1. .:
ateU on me nnpiauauuuvs n-i, o
nurcliased by Thomas B. Nalle for
.m nun ensh : the other, containing 260
- f- r
Brandv Station, was sold at
$10,000 to the county treasurer, S. Rus-
"What Negro Voters Have Done
for tbe Republican Party.
The New York Sun conveys in a
very condensed anil interesting shape
the effect that the negro vote has had
upon the Republican party in five
States, viz : New York, Pennsylva
nia, Ohio, Indiana and . Connecticut.
The figures make this showing.
By the census of 1880, the number
of colored males of twenty-one years
and over in the several States are as
no oof) '
New York was Republican in 1880
and in 1881. A change of 11,000
votes in 1880 and of 7,000 in 1881
wonld have given it to the Democrats.
Pennsylvania was Republican in
1880 and in 1881. A change of 18,
000 votes ju 1880 and of 3,500 in
1881 would have given the State to
Ohio was Republican in 1880 and
'81. Either year a change of 13,000
votes from Republican to Democratic
would have elected the Democratic
Indiana was Republican iu 1880;
the Democrats," however, needed less
than 3,500 votes in order to win.
Connecticut was Republican in 1881.
A change- 1,500 votes would have
made the State Democratic.
All five of these States were Dem
ocratic iu 1882.
The Sun inclines to the opinion
that the negro is going to quit the
Republican party. The conventions
that are to be held are called for the
purpose of making the negro stick.
The Presidential contest will develop
whether the country is practically
controlled by this element.
A Problem in Flying-.
A London letter says that an interest
ing discussion at present going on among
jscientilie engineers in regard to the flight
of birds, which has considerable bearing
upon the flying machine question. It U
a matter of observation that birds, with
out any movement of their outstretched
wings and without any apparent muscu
lar exertion, are enabled to rise iu the
air and move latterly even against the
wind. The modus operandi of these move
ments is a mystery, and scientists are
trying to discover the secret. The most
plausible theory is that the wings may
be placed iu such a position as to divert
a current of air from its normal course
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the bird s hoi v. It that He the ease sav
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v'liicnis t'l iiii u'liiin!: in (million cii iiic
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sure upon the body of the bird at that
noiut. urging it forward with a foree far
greater than on first thought might be
supposed. The smoothness of the feath
ers in but one direction reduces to a min
imum all opposition to a forward move
ment. Experiments are now being car
ried .out with mechanical contrivances to
demonstrate the correctness of tho theory
and it is stated that the investigators are
in a fair way to a discovery of the phe
nomenon, aud also to a solution bf the
flying machine question.
ETIQUETTE. A point of etiquette
rcceutly decided a law suit in a queer
a I . 1 l
the edge of his knife which he was
a v JTn ciwul tho rtniiinani.' 1111
lining. AAV. i3UV.ll fcl. IVflllUUIll
i i.i- i c. .
rhimnirns hut his aim wms not sus -
tained, on the ground that it is a
breach of etiquette to eat with a knife.
The Same Old Programme.
Now that the fanners throughout the
country have been induced by reports
of bit; crops to sell at comparatively
ow prioes for future delivery, and the
-'futures" have got into the hands of
Chicago speculators, reporis are com-
' ins in that crops will not be above
t,e Average, and- stiff prices may be
looked for. This saice old pro-
pram me is cone thoiu?ll with vaer af-
O O O
ter year, and will otfnijime to be re-
pcated as loujj as money can be made
According to the New York Her
arid the United States Government is
to be sued in the Supreme Court by
certain holders of Georgia bonds, to
recover the amount. The holders
claim that they were issued by a pro-
visional government, established by
the Uniled States, and that therefore
the latter is responsible. It look so
Success to them.
When we. were ten years old we
i.:..u " U-
uocu iu immik, wiiiic guying 111 mc
of a candy store, how much
Id like to work in Mich a place,
! are affected .with a similar
feeling while gazzing iu the window
way. A uerman traveler on a ran-j cvm- "
road train attempted to eat a lunch j taxes. A surplus revenue only pro
while on the journey. While putting motes extravagance, and the way to
a piece of Bologna sausage in his dispose of the surplus is to raise no
mouth the train stopped suddenly, ! more revenue than is needed. The
causiua&U cheek to be badly cut on j war tax must ga.Phila. Times.
of a bank.
The man who rides horseback
ways takes a back scat. Burlington
It does not follow that a man is a
journalist because he has a free tick
et to a picnic N. O. Picayune.
An Englishman bequeathed his
daughters their weight in one- pound ba
notes. One of the girls received 54,
and the other 59,&44.
The liars mnat rrn "Trnv TimL
-- I " r . i uj.
21 70fi Goolbye--Roche8ter Union. Wouldn't
in7q ! lt more sociable if yu lw gentTe
rf' men should go together.oson
The favorite perfume of the Em
press Josephine was musk. People
who blame Napoleon for divorcing
her should stop to consider this.
Moody and Sankey have never
touched a dollar of the $400,000 pro
fits on their hymn book. The money
has been paid by the publishers to a
committee and devoted to charity.
A sponge measuring eight feet in
circumference was recently discovered
at Key West. It had several fresh
newspapers in its hand and a borrow
ed umbrella, and wore white breeches
and silk coat. Burlington hree Press,
Wise men tell us that a mau weight
ing 150 pounds on this earth, if trans
ported to Jupiter, would weigh 45,000
pounds. Let us hope that David Da?
vis will not go to Jupiter.
Did you ever think what von
would do if you had Vanderbilt's in
come?" "Well, no; but we have of
ten wondered what Yauderbilt would
do if he had our income," says an ex
change. It is rumored in Washington that ex
Senator Kellogg will shortly make a
statement corroborating Dorsey's story
as to the pledges that Garfield made and
the means adopted for carrying Ne$
York in 1880.
Carp raising promises to become one of
tho most gigantic industries iu Georgia.
It is far from inconsequential already,
and the stories of fabulous success set
afloat by those already in the business
will doutbless draw many into it.
An experiment was lately made at Par
is to determine the power of a crocodile's
jaw. The animal was fixed on a table
with its upper jaw connected with a dy
nometer. An electric shock caused liiiu
to give a sudden snap, and 308 pounds
were marked on the instrument. It was'
calculated that tho contractile force of
the muscle causing
the movement was,
J. J. Newell is telling some talis
which cause eminent statesmen to
quuKe in their boots. He claims to
have the facts
and figures to show
dollars were paid to
that a million
Congress to secure the charter of the
Texas Pacific Railway. If the reve
lations continue, Uie next House will
have its time pretty well occupied in
exposing Radical rascalities. Char.
The internal revenue system was
established to aid in the war. The
war being over and the war debt more
than hall paid and the balance luml
ed out ot immediate reach, there is nod
' I n itikH v i i m r V . iniiftf(itfti v i
A contemporary reminds the coun-
1 , ,
try that forty-six year-; aj:o,
; J - J -0'
United States Senate, Mr. CalhounJ
said, in referring to the abolitionist
of the North : "Emancipation itself
will not satisfy these fanatics. That
gained, the next step will be to raise
the negroes to political and social
..- ... , .. ,1 at nan tnere was u .urn. n.-inis, mm m
ility with the whites. At thet
time of this utterance it was consider
ed almost the raving of a madman,
but history verified the prophesy.
The Prince of Montenegro, who some
tilue aTO closed all the cafes and 'drink-
1 iIOD- M1 jds dominion, recurdurg
i ci...i- e Ai,....iiv. Miwn-
tllll' 40 OVMWia v ft i mi m , " ' "
! gnuce aIld corruption, and abolished all
; titlA an that while former v every other
man in Moutenegro was an 'excelleucy,",i
now even the ministers have to be con-
tented with plain "Mr." has recently is-
- . - . II
sued an interdict against all "luxurious
wearing apparel," including cravat,'' gp;r;,,rtlw liquors was presentetl to
gloves, walking sticks, parasols and urn- f he col,Ilty( orumissioneis of Randolph
brellas. - at their last meeting, and it having
WiU gome 8(jlul gentieman Couiiected!ibeeii shown by counsel that the law
witll the Georgia Press Association-sayr as amended by the last legislature
. Mf Waterman or Mr. Raudall tell us, leaves the board no discretion about
j jt -s tIiat A man cau't nrear a hat' granting license, two commissioners
with a small indentation upon it, witho u. immediately resigned rather than
1 attracting attention and arousing adverse' grant license contrary to the dictates
,.ui.im wh n woman can nar.ule IJio,
streets all day with a hat on that au cle-
phat couldn't make more hapslM it he
slept on it a week T Do not say that a
woman can do as sue pleases we've heard
1,000,000 POUNDS OF
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'Sl
They have just received a new supply of SUMMER GOODS, which they offer very
Cheap, with a full assortment of
Dry Goods, Notions, ClothiaG, Furnishing Goods,
Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still have the best
Flour, Oat Meal. Meats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Rice, Meal, Bran. Shorts
New Orleans Molasses, Syrups, Pur 3 Lard, &c.
A full assortment of Family Medicines. FRUIT JARS cheap and U kinds.
Table and Glassware, A Good Stock. Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton.
Still have a plenty of Five Cents Tinware. f3rComc and see us before you buy or
sell, for wc will do you good.
July 4th, 1883.
Seliool 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 Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
DIES A SPECIALTY.
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SKA
SOnIpICSUASS & PICTURE
frames, toys, dolls, vases and
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
TSlEO.m EftBA UiH,
CAMSBCnY, N. C.
A Boston Man Kntikkly Over
come. "What do they have that fish
1,,...,. c.. "
asked the visitor at
11 j 1 1 1 1 vri v- in .
the Stale House, looking at the an
cient cod that hangs from t he ceiling
of the House chamber. "It's an old
superstition," replied the Boston man,
"that the fish has a sort of rcpresent
tative influence over the legislators."
"And yet," suggested the visitor, "if
I am not mistaken, all of your laws
are codified." The Boston man fell
into a swoon, and when he came to
heT promised never to try to gull a
rfil. .n ... w. A ti i 1 .01.111 nm mn A
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newspapers which are talking about the
Daily News attempting to boom Mr. Ar
thur into the White House for the next
fterm are talking sheer nonsense. We
cannot 1cmui Mr. Arthur. No power ran
boom a mau into the White House. Gen.
1 Grant was boomed to death. Mr. Blaine
;is boomed to death. Mr. John Slier-
man was boomed .to death. We think
1 Km much of Mr. Arthur to start a boom
which would be certain to boom him to
: death. Journal-Ob.
j . ,.p,:t:on r,r .. i;t.enSe to retail
.01 meir cmwiei.ueT. ouvi an
tiou of devotion to principle is of rare
iHSctirence, which makes it more com- j
,weiidable than it would otherwise'
be. Davidson DisfHitcfu
W. W. TATi.on, ) c .
J. R. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Agent for PHQSNIX IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Sat Mills,
Also, Contractor and Builder.
Ja 25, 'S3. lj-
THAIS, TIF .0NR1
Oar SltCa Constantly ReplenisM
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
Wm. J. Plummkr. long known r.n the hej
If anient and Saddle Maker whoajrer did buaia
net in Salisbury, presents his eomplirat nt
to old friends and pa! runs with an invitations
lo call and see id present stock of new
Harness, Saddles, Collars, 4c. Hp warrant
satisfaction lo every purchaser of New Sim k,
and also his repair work. Rales as low as a
good article will admit of. Gull .hi I see
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
fcfc STOMACH 0
rjotrt trr's Stomach Bitten, by increasing
yi ml power, and rendering the. physical
functions regular and active, keeps the
system in good working order, and protects
itapain-t disease. For constipation, drs
prpsia and liver complaiat nervoosaesa,
kiilnev and rheumatic ailments, It is In
valuable, and it affords a sure uerence
ainst malarial fevers, besides removing
I traces of sach disease from th system.
For sale by all DriifnnMs and lealer
every day, as ladies find ;
FKRFEC T FITTnCO-
corMt rv'f worn. K rr
clwuO sy it gives th i-'t
sat.:.'t:o:i Sjr -rv
roldr Warfi tH
-ff -r--t .ry or re-s r'
SalUburv, N. C.
SALE of LAN PI
In pur-msmrc of a judgment of the Supe
rior Court of Rowan county, in the speci. 1
proceeding of James P. Tflexlef and ( W.
Stewart, administratori of D. A. Millc , ra.
Nancy Miller and others, Iteirs at-law )i"tl ?
said D. A. Miller, we will sell at puldi' out
cry to the highest bidder at the Court house
door in Salisbury, '
On Monday, the 10th of September, 18S3,
the following described tract of land, sit
uated in Franklin township in Rowancoui)
ty, being lot N. 4, in the division of t!
I lands of Jehu Foster, Sr., and being the hit
i assigned to Launi C. Foster, anil by hti
conveyed to J). A. Miller, by deed dated
i4th day of January, 183, and duly Terris
! tered in Book G2, page 3f78 P. 1L office of
j Rowan county, containing Ouc Hundred
! and Forty-three a-res, more or IcmT
j TERMS of Sale: One third cash, one third
i in six month, and the balance iu twelve
i months. Title retained until the purchaM
money is paid, and interest hargi d np-n
r IJJJ,1' 'C rtC t pC'
Jas. P. Trexi.er & C. W. Stewaet,
Adm'r of D. A. MiVer Cjutn 'tmuaatn.
Dated Auj'at Jth, 1883. 43:4t
ch and 1 she r Streets.