T. K. BRUNER, MANAGER.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 1), 1833.
i . t '.Tir. .p. . ma t1
rrrz . - j I" the newspapers of the various ec-
SUDSCripWOU XVcicfcb . turns of lb State are seen notices of peo
The subscription rates of the Carolina , pie who are coming from all quarters
tfitaM4m as follows :
1 year, paid tn attvance, 351.au
pay nit delayed .s mo tfz.w
paym't del'ed 12 im,s2.50
looking for all manner of things lands
for grass, grain, cotton, tobacco, and for
truck farming; mine of gold, silver,
copper, iron, mica, corundum, hyrite
and other useful minerals ; water pow
ers, forests aud quarries of stone.
This is encouraging, aud is jost the
couditiou of affairs that the State, through
its Department of Agriculture, has sought
to briug about. That masterly stroke of
! policy on the part of the State in makiug
an exhibit of resources in the populous
north has given an impetus to intelli
gent aud moneyed immigration hitherto
unknown "to the State, or to the South.
The fact that these people are here, and
that others are coming, is evidence
enough of the faithfulness of the work
cease from troubling and the weary are
As to the complaints nboujt some one
calling the back end of the ceach the
bar room, no insult was intended by that
Vine andfother fruit growers are invi
ted to meet at tire Mayor's office for con
sultation next Saturday at noou.
Mrs. WrrghfrS widow lady living in
the Kritz house, is prepared to accommo
date three or four private boarders, and
desires early application.
gjfoW-. We had another snow storm
Tuesday night. Saturday Monday and
Tuesday nights three showers in four
We leai i) that the snow fall at States done on the part of the State.
Tilto was much heavier than at this volumes for the Department, not only
We are paying a high price for the de
in its work of displaying to the world a
coiuprelieusive view of ow resources,
together with an epitome of industrial
I .... -.a. 1. k m. 1 1
lizhtful full and and early winter. Jan- WWW i more laborious
narv has come in like a fury. A cold rk of discovery, experiment, aud
:.. i ll U Sntn.dav last, brought demoustratieu ; and of collating aud dis-
W1UU " ' ' - c
iro, an intensity very rarely experienc
ed here. It lias besn slowly climbing np
since; but Monday night and Tuesday
nioruing gave us another snow, altogeth
er measuring about 4 inches in depth. A
great man v people were caught uupre-
Apportionment of School Money
TO TBI DIFFERENT
School Districts of Rowan County
FOR THE YEAR 188S-'84,
At $1 .50 per Capita.
driving snow, and Sunday morning 8i0,i,mti,, h11 available formation,
ted us the mercury at aud below ; uolu K scieuunc, relating to
I forests, water powers, mines, natural fer
tilizers aud agriculture.
It now retaaius for tbe people to do the
rest. By careful and considerate treat
merit of those who are seeking invest
ment and who wish to join iu the new
raired for such a visitation ; but iu this uo uuwuiug, giDHtguuu
of plenty and good will, there is " srr
r oiiv turn rtfrlhi ititr luruis unu iiiaieiiui auvancMuein 01 ue
W 11 t V W - I I V- M Iff f
Cold Weather axd 1 i re-wood.
We were surprised -Saturday morning
last by the sudden visitation of one of
the most furious snow storms our sec
tion of the country ever experienced.
Wind from the west or northwest, blow
iug strong, so heavily loaded with fine
dust-like snow as to obscure houses and
trees two or three hundred yards away.
It was a verv cold morning, -and, as
might be expected, it quickly iffected
the fire-wood market. Two hov. o loads,
selliijig at 7;j cts. daring the week, iump
ped up to $1.10 and $1.25. Some were
disposed to complain at this, but there
State. It is conceded tliac the only hope
of this aud the coming generation, who
desire to see our idle mines, farms aud
water powers made immediate active
factors iu the struggle for sustenance
and wealth, is the influx of money, brain
and muscle from the more populous sec
tions of this and the old country. This
being so, the desideratum is at hand.
People are coming with the view of set
tling. Treat them well. If the same
eager, grasping, selfish policy is pursued
which has characterized negotiations of
this kind in the past, the result will be
but a lengthening of the ominous
shadows which have impeded our inter
nal progress, and dimmed the vision off
In Srotch Irish Township, Rowan Co.,
Jan. 3d, by Rev. Geo. B. Wet more. Mr.
RuliAi-t M. Mills of Iredell county, to
remark, Tuere was a new coach Ml j m iA Nancy Jane, daughter of James L.
which was divided at the ends, there ; Thompson, Esq.
being a department at each end for water,
baggage, etc., and as this was a new ar
rangement, some one asked what it was,
when some one else, seeing the water
tank and glass, remarked that "he guess
ed it was the bar room' I leave it to
any man of common sense to judge
whether this was meant for ao insult or
was a mere boyish jest.
The minister who wrote the account
which appeared in the Charlotte Obser
ver was evidently determined to be insul
ted if he possibly could. lie alleges also
that the ladies were iusulted. There were
several ladies on the train and almost
every oue of them was acquainted with
some one of the students and seemed to
be enjoying themselves during the whole
time the train stopped. It is the con
ductor's place to keep order iu the train,
and the fact that he never made any
complaint to the faculty is good evidence!
that he did not consider the students as
acliug in a rowdy manner, and certainly
he diil not think that they iusulted ladies,
for he is instructed to report all irregu-
laiitiesto the faculty, and if he did not
report such open handed rowdyism as
that he wuld certaiuly be iu danger of
losing his place.
But the worst thing of all was the man
ner iu which the minister made known
his grievances. Instead of complaining
to the faculty he publishes a bitter aud
prejudiced article iu one of the leading
pnpers of the State ; thus doing the
faculty injustice; for if he ever Was at
college he ought to know that bovs won't
report one another, eveu where there is
wrong doue intentionally, which I deny
tu be the case iu this instance; and also
injuring the reputation of the college
aud holding up the students before the
whole country as rowdies and black
guards of the lowest type. I deny that
this is the fact and hope that in future
the gentleman will act with more judg
ment and charity:
A Student of Davidson College.
nanifiitfT uii1 n in 1 i f i i 1 1 a vntifli tv 1 1 . faina.
. . . , UQ Ml llJi. iV' V I 1 M 1 VBIAWUO V 1 111 t H UO 111 II I v
are two sides to every question : It was , , lX ,
1. . , ; ly tread the paths their fathers have
...tin ii t' f.ir mam pact i' Tn akion titwi t "
Be charitable in yonr dealings, aud
moderate in tisi ng pi ices. Iu other words,
do not drive away purchasers by demand
ing more than a reasonable value; nor
try to vend your property by falsifying
the value or quality of what your neigh
bors have to sell. This suicidal, wicked
aud dishouest manner of trading has
hurt North Carolina has given the
"black eye" to legitimate schemes, which,
certainly tur more costly to ineu and
teams to bring iu wood on Saturday
than on auy other day of the week. That
fact duly considered, there is not much
;nd ou which to rest a complaint.
Never Received. A week or two
after the hoiuicidn aud lynching in Kowan
ceuuty, in November last, a meeting of
citizens was held at McLean's mills, as
we have but recently Learned at which
resolutions were passed denouncing lynch
law. We are told that it was ordered I i..a L n..t Ku inmirMl ith wnniH
that copies of these resolutions be sent to I , , ... .,
the Landmark and to the Salisburv i Luve ammate witb bll8lue 8
Hrcim, for publication. We Meeer nJ -ItteoMtka bow reposing in that
received the copy intended fov us and ' quietude known only to deserted mining
camps, decaying mills and desolated
have never seen anv such resolutions in
the Watchman. We should be pleased to
Jiuow if they were ever received by the
Watchman. The matter is referred to
because it is being a good deal discussed
in sou tli Iredell aud the adjacent section
of Rowan, and the Landmark and Watch
man are being criticised tor disregarding
a proper and respeetful request of a re
spectable body of citizens. Landmark.
Tie resolutions referred to were pub
lished, in the Watchman of Not. 22.
Tliey were signed by J. F. McLean Chair
luan, iindS, D. Moiiison, Secretary . The
Watchman in its issue of Nov. 15, de
nounced the lynching, and closed with
the following remarks: "The mob in this
case made a great mistake. Frazier was
the assailant iu the tight in which he lost
his life. He not only pursued White and
renewed the quarrel, but struck the first
blow with a club. White could not hlve
been couvieted of murder under the law
-of the State and had not, therefore, for
feited hit life. Those who hung him
and they ought to be found out are
guilty of murder under the law. Their
act was deliberate, premeditated and
planned. The law would hang everyone
Tfee Watchman is still in favor of
ferreting out thece murderers, violators
sad usurpers of the law, aud having that
Isw which has been broken, meted out to
sch in his just apportionment. The
practice of lynching is wrong, and no
community which sanctions it as a means
of dealing out justice, cau be morally
This instance, which occurred at Mr.
McLeans is a dangerous and serious
affair. The fight iu fact, all the attend
ant circumstauces was of an ordinary
character. There was uot the slightest
excuse for the interference of any one,
As the case stood, there was oue violator
i the law, and he was in the hands of
tlie law, and justice would in due time
htTebeen dealt out to him. As it now
stands, theie are twelve or fifteeu mar
dsrers at large who are practically set
ting the law at defiance. It is plaiuly
tbe duty of every good citizeu to help
find these violators of the law, that the
lawi may take its course, and that The
1 "guts and liberties of the people may be
assured to them in the preservation of
mw and order. When the ignorant or
icioas take the law iu their hands, there
is woe in the land. It is the complete
disorganization of society, law and order,
wluje the instincts of barbarism reign
supreme. . lf, uciecked wuere j8 jt to
ud t Our government must take some
decided action tending to stop the prac-
,tice, or the whole laud must suffer.
vj& offense strikes a harder blow at
i the foundations uf government, law aud
frder, than lynching? Treason ! it; is a
Jess offense -that '-may be met and loitght
with oQtrisif.n 1
Flaggtown, N. C, Jan. Gth, '83.
By refering to the weather prediction
in hut week's Watchman you will readily
see the importance of a P. S. Those two
lines aud a half were very fitly put in
aud saved 1rhe weather prophet from
being charged with a very heinous crime.
Querry : Would It uot be well for all
weather prophets to add h postscript?
Hyaciuths were iu full bloom here leu
days ago, but the bursting of the buds
and blooming of dowers is not always
a safe criteriou to haste a prediction of
the weather ou. The "beautiful snow"
pot in an appearance yesterday at 8 A.M.
accompanied by high winds! About three
inches of snow fell, aud this morning at
day -light the thermometer registered 4
and has been below freeing all day, with
fair indications of a second suow storm.
There is little-mining newsjiere. Sev
eral hands are prospecting the "Adelaide"
formerly the Krou. A few nuggets have
beeu fouud, the largest weighing fourteen
dwts. 1 hese nuggets are very rough aud
angular and it is certainly a very recent
deposit as implements of the stone age,
arrow heads, &c, are found imbedded
with the gold oeai i ug gravel. Hoaz.
Gen. Vrance on TeuiperaiMS
The House of Representative were dis
cussing the committees to be appointed.
A representative from Maine, Mr. R
moved ; a committee on the liquor traffic.
It met with sturdy opposition : Qen.
Vance spoke as follows ou the importance
of the committee whose dnty it is to in
vestigate the "sample room." The fol
lowing is an extract from his address.
The committe was ordered by a bare ma
jority vote. All our Congressmen except
the Uoble Vance, and the negro O'Hara,
all honor to him for that vote voted
against the appointment of the commit
tee. Read the words of the noble Vauce
as he pleads against the accursed whisky
The gentleman from Texas talks about
egislating in favor of sumptuary laws
ud sayiug what a man shall eat and
drink. In mv itidameut, sir. the object
is to get iuformatiou on a subject that
readies and touches everv human being
on this continent. It affects every man J. in r -OR TWO RELIABLE. INDUSTRI
woman, aud cliild. and everv interest iu OUS MEN IN EVERY TOWN AND
this treat country. Applause ou ttie
Republican side. I think that the sent i-
COUNTY TO SELL OUR POPU
Offer liberal inducements. Aunlicants will
meiit of the temperauce people of the please give age, exparience (if any), and re
united States ot America ought to be re- terences as to cnaracter ana nanus. a
spected iu this House which creates com- pienuiui;nance ior men w no ure uot u.ra o
. . . I M UIK BUU want iu niaivu iuwm. a,iiuii
nntteeson almost every other subject. n or h ,ett,.r to
We have committees on legislation in I i F. JOHNSON & CO.,
retard to the vellow fever aud we have I L47:3in 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va
committees in regard to the cotton worm.
Laughter. We have committees on
sending expeditions to the North pole in
search of vessels that have been lost, and
then whv, sir, should uot tbe reuresenta- County Uommigaionen oi Aowan uo.,
tivee of the American people inquire in I Showing Receipts and Expenditure of the
From the Statesvllle Landmark.
The Pav.dson College Affair The
Students' Side of the Case.
1 uotice iu your paper a reference to
an article printed in the Charlottee Ob
server concerning some affronts received
at the bauds of the students of this place
by the Methodist preachers going to Con
ference. I don't think there has beeu a
fair statement of the affair published yet,
and, as it is said to be generally circula
ted iu its worst form about Statesville, I
wish to lay the facts before the public, as
seen by au eye-witness. There were not
more tlian fifteen boys at the train, of
whom the greater part had some reason
able excuse, lucre was no singing in
the coach, and the minister must have
been laboring under a hallucination if
he thinks he heard the song which he
published. No such song has ever been
Known fiere. there was some singing
outside, but not such as would offend
any oue. The minister complains that
the students called one another "Broth
er," for the purpose of insulting them
The fact is that there was a boy there
who has the nickname, "Brother," who
was not there to offend the Conference
out to see some "lair one" wne was
going to it. So any one may know that
he meant no barm by being called
As to the complaints about ridicalous
dress, I pass over that as not worthy of
notice ; for if it offends aud iusults
minister to see a student in his study-
gown, it is, indeed, time for biin to seek
a happier clime, "where the wicked
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HORATIO N. WOODSON, Sect'y.
January 1st, 1884.
REPORT OF THE BOARD
Board for the Fiscal Tear, Ending De
cember stj 1883.
reference to that vessel of intemperance
which has wrecked so many households
in this laud of ours. Applause. I hope,
sir, the Representatives of the American
people will allow the friends of humanity,
the tnends ot trutn, justice ana mercy, to To Amt fl.ouv merchants, tra-
be heard : that they will extend to the ders, etc.,
people the opportunity to gather every To Ain't from Shows, Cod-
To Am't taxes collected as per
information on a subject of such tremen
dous importance as the olie now before
the House. Will the Americau Repre
sentatives here, sir, deny to millions of
people the right to be heard on this im
portant question 1 Cries of "No P I
I hope we will not be denied the sim
ple right of having a committee on the
subject. We want information. We
want to kuow what it costs this Govern
ment because of this evil of intemperance.
We state that it costs more than the
taxes which would be required to educate
every man, woman, aud child, white and
black, in this broad laud. I believe it
will be well for us to stand up in the in
terest of humanity, and in tbe interest of
peace and right. It is better for us to do
so than to stand up here in the interest
of the liquor traffic, which is carried on
at a price of the blood of our people.
Frank Williams alias Pressly, says the
.Observer, was arrested in Charlotte for a
burglary, new year's night, is also want
ed at Lanrinsburg for a murder in Sept.
last, but that he had as well have his
ueck stretched for burglary as for murder.
To Am't from H. N. Woodson
for marriage liceuses,
Subject te credit for
vents, &c. of about
Sheriffs Coin's on
$10,230.42 at 5 per
J A Reid
Kluttz & Reudleman, rep's on
New Mocksvill mad
W H Boat, cau sway for pub. rawd
David Blown, repairing do.
J L Rasher, caasway do.
O W Atwell, repairing do.
S A Earuhart. removing tree out
of c rtt? k
W W & J C Tnruer, poles pat in
J L Rusher, do. do.
W H Trexler, rep'rs on jail
M J Wean t, " fence
J A Hudson, lumber for "
C F Baker, fence posts
Ed Crowe 11, rep'i s on jail
Ed Canble, " Court house.
C F Baker ic Co. do. fee.
Ed Canble, do.
Bingham Sc Co. stationary
J D McNeelv, coal for jail
C C Krider, expense account
D A Atwell, hardware
Meroney & Bro. rep'rs on Clerk's
Kluttz & Reudleman , jail so pi's
W G McNeely, boarding jury
G J Long, conveying lunatic to
T F Kluttz & Co. stationary
Edwards, B. & Co. blank books
Theo Buerbaom, stationary
G W Wright, ice for eonrt room
D A Atwell, hardware
C C Krider, ex. conveying Harry
Smith to asylam
John Eagle do. do. M Eagle
Jacob Bostian, coffin for pauper
R A Shimpoch, burial ex. pauper
Dr. M L Archy, post mort. exam'u
" J V Shaver, services on inquest
D A Atwell, coroner
D R Julian, juror on inquest
W li Juliau
The following-amounts were paid out
To R J Haltonr, bridge inspector, $2.50
" J F'Robinsou, do.
Geo. Lyerly, repairing bridge,
C W Johnson, (3)
R A Shoaf,
The W inston Sentinel, one of the best
of our weekly exchanges, has entered
upon its 28th year, fresh, full of life and
hope. Within the past decade Winston
has grown marvellously, and its rapid
growth is due in no small degree to the
progressive spirit and enterprise of ita
papers, that kept the advantages of the
place before the public at home aud
abroad. Char. Ob.
J E Briggn,
W A Cauble,
H C Bost, (3)
O W Atwell,
J G Fleming
J S E Hart, building bridge
W A Cauble
Thos D Rice
W A Lentz
Thomason & Bro., bridge lumber
B H Marsh
J R Keen -l
Meroney & Bro.,
Bernhardt & Lentz
Moses Bost & Bro.,
J J Bell
G J Loug
W C Rose
Jus M Bostian
R S W Sechler
G R Over cash
G W I sen hour
J A Plaster
P J Swink
J I Trexler
M L Mclutyre
G J Long
J A Cook
R S W Sechler
R A Comber
1 F Patterson
H R Plaster
T M Kerns
J A I. ml wick
T C Liun
P D Linn
L S Overman, att'v, State vt John
Brown 5 00
J W Mauuey do do 5 00
T Bailey, feeding Potter's wolf 50
G W Smith, jail fees for one year 483 94
J P Go wan. Registrar of voters 10 31
W R Fraley
W A Thomason
J K Graham
W F Watson
John A Lipe
P A Sloop
A W Kluttz
F H Mauuey
J W Miller
B C Arey
J A Reudleman, Judge election
T C Bernhardt
A S Richardson
F D Irvin
H C Bost
A L Hall
J B Foard
John Y Rice
James I lei lard
J K Culbertson
W G Watson
J II A Lippard
W A Luckey
J M Harrison
J K Goodman
J M Goodmau
M A Bost
T J Sumner
J P Wisemau
Johu E Jamison
J R Weddington
J L Kt win
J M Coleman
W T H Plaster
C A Rose
H J Overcash
J A Isenhour
M A J Roseman
J L Rendlemau
J P Rymer
C A Miller
M J Barge r
J A Coleman
W T R Jenkins
J A Gill
R A Shimpoch
J E Wvatt
J E Shaver
Jos A Pool
D A Pool
J L Goodiiight
G A J Sechler
G A Kluttz. olerk of election
J M Brown "
J C McCnbbins "
S B Hart "
Rosena Bostian, nse of bouse for
J L Bostian, for ballot boxes
P N Heilig,
J P Gowan
J A Hedrick
J C Miller
II C Bost
M S Fraley
G R McNeill
W L Steele
J K Graham
Jesse W Miller
J K Goodman
W L Keistler
J M Harrison
J F McLean
J L Sloan
C H McKenzie
R F Graham
J L Sifford
E R Blackwelder
J F Smith
J H Heilig
J D Reudleman
A W Kluttz
M A Feeperman
G M Bernhardt
J W Miller
P C Shaver
J J New man
8 A Earn hart
Cornelius Kesler "
Lewis Agner "
M L Holmes, Mayor
W L Kluttz, tax lkster
Wilson Trott .
G R McNeill
Jesse W Miller
W L Keistler
J F McLean
C H McKenzie
J F Smith
A W Klottz
J W Miller
S A Earnhart
Blackmer and Henderson, Att'ys
Blackmer,Hendersou & Price
C F Waggoner, sheriff
C C Krider "
Jos Dobson, solicitor
R B Glenn
J W Maunev
J M Horah, clerk of court
Slk:t!li c I ..... t m& - ,i I
1 i'.... mii.uif, n'liiviiiituifn f MlT
IO "O I II vt l Itr IU.
W R Fraley
W A Thomason
T G Hanghton
J A Lipe
J F Smith
C A Guffy
C H McKenzie
J K Graham
J F McLean
D L Rr ingle
J F Cowan, deputy sheriff
G A Kluttz
R H Kluttz
H M Leazer
S D Morrison
J H McKenzie
J M Monroe
D Pen ni tiger
R P Roseman
M A Smith
B C Sechler
E T Goodman
C E Mills
G A Barger
W R Krider
W F Lackey
J F Pace
J Q Long
D C Bradshaw
H B Bailey
M A Bostian
G W Isenhour
J C McCanless
P L Torrence
T H Vanderford
M P Cline
W F Griffith
J A 5urlcy
.F H Mauney
S M Sloop
John A Watson "
R F Kerr
J C Mcnius "
John Y Rice "
J F Robinson "
Witness fees in State cases
H N Woodson, clerk
Expenses of the poor
Expenses of Board as per former
11 1 - .
MM IVIl!" Ml Ills DlMsiiU
to the Coi ti'Z aiiiioaiire thr ttii.-iow of
the suffrage to all who can read md wi ii v
aud who pay taxes and reedm mends oth
er reforms of the constitution.
cottuEcraD wekk.lv bt c&nxoxs a fktzer.
Cokcord, Dec. 12, 1383.
Bacon, llog round,
Feathers, (in demand)
Fodder, per 100R.,
124 to 20
20 to 25
8 J to if
75 to 60
2.40 to 245
40 10 50
S3 to HO
40 to 50
1.00 to Liu
25 to 40
Salislinry Tobacco Market
JCORRECTEI WEEKLY BT JKO. 8HEFPARD.
4.50 to 6.00
.00 to 8.50
8.50 to J 1.00
11.00 to 18.00
5.00 to 6.25
6.25 to ;8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 16.50
16.50 to 25.00
25 00 to 40.00
40.00 to 55.00
Lugs, common to med.
Lugs, med. to good,
Lu-s, good to fine,
Lugs, line to fancy,
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, iul. to good.
Leaf, good to tine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, eood to fine,
Wrappers, fancy, none offered
New tobacco breaks for tbe -past week
have been light. Prices stiff for all grades.
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cotters and
lug smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade stitTer than the quotation. Wrap
pers of all classes are high and eagerly
sought after. Planters would do weH by
puttintr some of their good tobaccos on the
market at this time.
The VERY LATEST NEWSI
J. a McCUBBINS & CO.,
Are now in receipt of their
FALL AND WINTER
which will be found Lauue and Complete.
Boots and Shoes,
DON'T FAIL TO GIVE THEM A CALL.
THEY WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
HORATIO N. WOODSON, Clerk.
Salisbury, Dec. 8th, 1883. 10:4w
Even when Christinas was tour days
off. the Warrenton Gazette felt constrain-
to say : "North Carolina is by odds the
finest State in the Union."
Corrected weekly by J. M. Knox & Co.
Sal t sou It T, Dec. 13, 1883.
Bacon 8 to 10
Chickens 15 to 20
Cotton 0 to 0i
Corn 70 to 75
Wheat 90 to 1.00
Wool 30 to 35
A Medium MILCH COW and Calf for
sale. Apply at this othce for turther in
BAKER'S Standard for
NEW JERSEY "
Acid PHOSSHATE " "
Merbyman's A. D. Phos. for wheat.
They also keep on hand
wanted for Tbe Lives
of all tbe Presidents
ot the U.S. Tbe larg
est, handsomest, best
book ever sold for less than twice our price. Tbe
fastest seUlng book In America. Immense profits
to agents. All Intelligent people want It. Any one
can become a successful agent. Terms free.
H Ai.i.tTT Book Co., Portland, Maine.
By virtue of the power contained In a certain mort
gage deed, executed to me by Paul B. Taylor and
Sarah K. Taylor, the said mortgage being registered
in book No. 00. page 255, Ac., In the Register s Office,
for Kowan county, and being also made and exeeu
ted to me to secure tbe payment of a certain note,
described in said mortgage deed, the principal of
out note belntr the sum or rew. oeannc aai- iw.
14th. issi. and default In payment of the same hav
ing been made. I win proceed to sen ai me couii
House door In SaUsbury. on the
4th Davy of February, 1884,
nvintr the 1st Mondav of the month.) at 12 o'clock.
k. the tract of land described In the deed, it being
known as a part of the lands of Caleb Shaver, dee d,
and being the land of Sarah Ii. Taylor, containing
ss arresTTwine' in Moivan Tow nshln. of said county,
uttniiiliw thf lunds ot Jesse A. Parks and others, a
particular description of which will be found set out
in said mortgage need.
Also, at the same time and place, the interest of
Paul r Tavinrin a certain Gysler Threslilntf Ma
chine, and "horse power, It being i part, now In the
possession of David snaver. 1 erm 01 saie csmj.
JOHN P. WYATT, Trustee.
Dec. 10th, 18S3- :6w-pd.
THEY A HE AGENTS FOR
The very BEST MAKE and very Cheap
FRENCH BURR MILL STOKES.
NO. 1, GRANITE ROW,
Sept. 20, '83.) RalisbcT, X. C.
Will examine, report on, or take charge
of mineral or mining lands, develop or
work the same. Experienced in gold, cop
per, silver and iron in the United States,
South and Central America. Late Super
intendent of inrre copper mine in North
Carolina. Assays made. Bestof references.
Address, Clarence M. Buel, M. E.,
55 Wall St., New York.
HAI ilfor the working class. Send m cehts for
"III 1 1 1,( isf acre, and we will mail you r, a
UVkllrayal, valuable box of sample goods
that will put vou In the way of making more money
in a few days than yoo ever thought possible at any
)usine. Ca rtta.1 not required. We will start you.
You Cin w-rk all the time or In spare time only.
The work is universally adapi'-d to both sexes,
young end old. You can easily earn tromweia
to ti every evening. Tnat all who want work may
test the business, we make this unparalleled eTer;
to all who are not well satisfied we will send fl to
1 1 (W) I pay for the trouble of writing us. FUM particular.-,
.., .... ; dtrecUs, etc.. sent tree, fortunes will be made by
w those who give their whole time to the work.
(ire .it success ansoiuteiy sure, ix ni ueiii. man,
The firm of Smithdcal & Bernhardt is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. P. M,
Bernhardt having sold out to W, Smithdcal,
All persons indebted to said firm are re
spectfully requested to call and settle at
once with W. Smithdcal, who w if! continue
the business at his old stand.
W. SMITH DEAL.
ll:Jm P. M. BERNHARDT.
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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CI? AO
LIN A WATCHMAN, ONLY
$1.50 PER YEAR.
now. Address Stinson t'0.
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