mARCH 27, 1884.
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e.tKurr.-A nuniocr ot recruits in
blue coats passed here Monday night
from Chariot to on their way to Fortress
A f i Vlllni flinnf1 a. 4 . . 4 ... . - - l 1
ri,, r biuk i incuu, uue ui i rie iiuiiiuei wuo
Ascription rates or the Carolina makes farmiuir
' ii'vhtntin are as .oiiu
II '' IJ ! 1 At HA
rear, paw i unutBfi.ti
. Pav m't delayed 3 mo'a2.00
Ki'viu't dared 12 ittoTs2.50
ri.e first martin of the season put iu
I appearance on Monday the 24th, nearly
I ,M inter than usual, liiey were
last year until the 4th of April.
ffelnvre had Apiil weather this week,
.i,;n n-ifli rlond Anil ftlimmra.
The trees and vines are putting out their
bads, M'd asparagus is taking position
. the table.
There is quite a. general mad dog scare
. tll in this county and town. Dogs are
differing in conseqnence, and
the mutton crop will
"Fanning pays those who carry it on
under the guidance of common sense.
Any of theni will toll you that a farmer
must be iudustrious, but not mauy of
them are really so. Any of them will tell
you that a farmer ought to make his own
bread and meat and V surplus large
enough to pay necessary current expenses;
but not many of them do it. Any of
them will tell you that it is impossible to
to farm successfully under the pres
ent mortgage system, dependent on
some merchant to 'run you' by selling
you supplies as needed always at fancy
prices j but there are many who trust in
it. My opinion is, that a man had better
work as a hireling than to wear out him
self and stock under the mortgage aye
tem ; for sooner or later it most fail."
Rudisil. The management of the
Rudisil mine, near Charlotte, is sinking
the main shaft 50 feet deeper, which
will make it 350 feet. They are shipping
Cobbed ores to Balback's, Newark, and
the net profit on the first lot of sixteen
tons; was $2,280. The next lot was
better material than the first, and the
returns are expected to exceed that of
the first shipment.
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RMni not Jen of li s new iwwiw ciouuh iusl
I W1 famiriri m osvmA nlnna rT'V... .1
l!,a,in hno on nnnmi. " "v-"- " UiaCO. A UC UciXll-
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Hardly a week passes but that some
farmer brings in specimens of ore taken
from farms in this county. There were
two lots brought in this week. This
fact proves that there is vet iu
Rowan a large number of unexplor-
edand undiscovered veins ; so that
the prospector may yet turn his atten
tion this way. If the couuty is to make
an exliioit or its resources at itaieigu
and New Orleans all these new places
should be opened to a sufficient depth to
enable fair specimens to be taken for ex
fl-r fine line this season and spares no
ip'uble to make his customers more than
A few miles
east a woman was killed. Fearful re
ports also come from Lenoir, involving
the killing of. a whole family in one
house, and great damage to property
ine storm crossed tne it. it. near
Troutman's depot between Statesville
age was greatest at and near Newton,
m Catawba county. A letter to his
parents from J. M. McCorkle gives a
graphic account of its passage over the
southern portion of Newton. From
iitmno.-During the storm Tues- this and other sources we learn that a
, night, Mr. Paul Stirewalt's barn, bout 30 houses were wrecked, many of
n,r China Grove, was struck by light- tnem totally destroyed
uin", set on tire and destroyed, together
with three horses and other contents.
Mrs. Annie Viele, who has been with her
utter, Mrs. Thurston, at Hickory, since
the death of the Rev. Mr. Thurston, took and Charlotte, and also struck in por
the train at this place Monday night on tions of Mecklenburg county, grazing
be: return to her home iu Albany, N. Y. the south-west suburbs of Charlotte.
It left desolation and ruin in its track
Tobacco breaks have been unusually J wherever it touched. No Space for a
lave this week nud prices remain ex- iuljer account at present.
traxaaaut. Wagons from Davie and p. g. The storm also struck John
Darhhion are -here, and the Salisbury W. Steele's place, in the western part
market is gaining favor every day. of this county. Also, Thompson & Car-
o ters srrofferv and store in Davie countv.
Tle services now going on at the Pres- But these places were evidently on the
bvtorian church are interesting and well our circle of the storm, though very
nervine-the esnecial attention of the considerable damage was done
public Business houses might do their
Death ok an Old, Salisbury Band
Man. Mr. R. J. Holmes has received a
letter from Kansas stating that Mr. Chas
llycr, met his death in an accident at
Key West, Florida on the 1st of March
"He was parading the city with a Band,
the team became unmanageable.
employees valuable service by closing at
uiebt and give them an opportunity to
enjoy privileges not to be had at all
T. K. BRUNER. MANAGER.
political paper which makes if appear- SC-HM
ance on the evo of every important elec- on ,1 fcol themsolves .Z2aZm-Z
- b w vunv
A visit te Sheppard, Swiuk & Monroe's
Tobacco Warehouse last week, jevealed aud
the fact that the Tobacco business is pietty causing a frightful runaway ; overturn
i lively, notwithstanding the public roads hug the Band wagon and throwing out
are almost impassable. Daily sales are all the ocsupants. AH were hurt, bu
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inaiir, uh.s ncuou iiua c uciicm not seriou8tv, except Uuarlie wlio re-
Beail, Host &, Fokid's, Warehouse near I ceived a fracture, at the base of the skill
ourothce. J which was followed by death three hours
later. He was buried uext morning, and
We had many evidences of n furious the funeral procession was the largest
gtorm prevailing at no great distance ever seen in Key West. I want to find
Tuesday -night about 9 o'clock. The wind out where some of his relatione live iu
was high and the atmosphere damp and Germany. Please enquire of Mr. Jas.
Gill, or Mr. Neave, in whose Baud Char
lie played during the war. Yours Re
spectfully, H. Meyle."
Mr. Hyer came to this county as a
miner and was working at Gold Hill
when the war began. He enlisted in the
Rowan Rifle Guards which was after
wards Co. K. of the 4th N. C. Regiment.
loaded with electricity. The flashes of
lightning, especially to the southwest
ami south, were almost incessant, ac
companied iv a deep-toned roar as ot a
rushing mighty wind, which continued
fomcurlv au hour without abatement.
Mr. V. M. Brown has his new Steam
Prominent 31iuing- Man Gone.
Died. At his residence, the Ward
Gold II ine, in Davidson couuty, N. C,
March 19th, 1884, in the 43d year of his
age, Capt. James Howard Joneer
A native ot Birmingham, England, his
parents, while he was a youth, migrated
to America, bnt they seat hi in back for
his education, and he graduated in the
Royal School of Mines of London. His
father put up the first Trip Hammer Iron
Works ot Pittsburg, Pa. The son open
ed the first shaft at Gould & Curry on
Comstock lode in Nevada and erected the
first furnace iu Utah. He develoned
many mines in that territory and in Ne
vada. In 1876, he came to North Caroli
na, and engaging in various mines, he
became well known for his mechanical
aud inventive talents, aud as one
thoroughly versed in the various depart
ments of mining.
Capt. Jones was first most happily
married to a daughter of Sir James Par
kinson, Solicitor of the English Admiral
ty, lu June 1881, he was married to
Alberta, a daughter of the Jato Dr. N. L
Stith. Iu this marriage he again had
that highest earthly enjoyment of con
genial spirits bouud together by deepest
atiectiou and profound mutual esteem
But exposure in pushing forward a min
ing enterprise, in Person county, brought
on Rheumatism, followed by Neuralgia
of the heart and stomach, hiccough, hem-
morrhages and death.
His funeral in Thomasvillc, on the 20lh,
was attended bv persons interested in
mining, aud by a large concousc of other
citizens, who regarded him as a noble
type of an English gentleman, aud as a
patern of virtue and morality. He was
well known tor his nbstiuuous habits.
was ever kiud and courteous iu demean
or, was full of modesty aud gentleuess,
exceeding forbeaiing, and indignant only
when he saw wrong done to the week and
helpless. His heart abounded m syuipa
thv for the distresses of others, and witl
a liberal hand he was ever ready to re-
ieve want and suffering. I hough quiet
nud retiring in his disposition, he mani
fested most affectionate friendship for his
associates and universal benevolence.
Thomasville, N. C, March 21, '84.
Hon. John A. Logan, one of the mean- .l 1,0 men who travel now-a-days rarely
est looking men iu the galaxy of distiu- nie congenial fellow and
. , , . n droP into a social chat. "Did you see the
guished men m our country, is Gen. Pog8an, cditrial in the Nem and Observer
Grant's first choice for presideut. They the other day t" inquired one of our pro-
are fond of each other. gressive farmers, on his way home from
Kaleigh. "Well,7' he continued, "it's a
m . . , mA d,K thing. I am satisfied that if properly
Two shots have recently crashed haudled t, iere : 8 monev j n it. S ink-
through a window of the Executive man- of a big possnra farm. Next to bullfrogs,
siou of Illinois, both said to be fired by an idea I claim to originate there is
boys shooting at pigeons. more money m possums than in most
nuj unuj;, niuiign a uiooiiBooni iiiiiu ine
ntllpr (lnv told mn Iia l.srl innatail liio
Vigorous efforts are now employed for hMt cnt jn rabbits. State Journal.
the extension of the Raleigh and August
ailroad to Bennettsvnlle, fe. C. lUe Av Eclipse. Astronomers tfll n that
Charlotte Observer notes the shipping of on the 27th of this mouth at 9 o'clock a.
aborers to work on this line at Hamlet. m" Neptune on his way West will en
counter Venus on iter way r.ast. When
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J. Harvey Wilson, Esq., of Charlotte, " 1" . . F I,
' n ' ' uion IhftT will li tn i-nninnctmn. Tlnri
ias been mentioned as a suitable man wm an accultation of one planet by
for Governor. We have no doubt be the other, that is there will be au eclipse.
would fill the place well. It a very rare occurrence and is said to
oe a very oeauruui phenomenon ; out no
iiia pan 1iA tnr nVtrmf. tlint kMBM Umm
The "Dog-Gone" Distemper.
ia tin Alio o 1 i ra nha nirnr ia if rPlio loaf
roi'unlJ traa in 1 7U7 tknt th .kiVr
We feel it our duty, as a guardian of that wag iD 5o1 It will sonjetbing
Flouring Mills goiug. The capacity of When the Regimental band was formed
the mill is 40 sacks of flour per day. he was chosen as a member of that band,
Those who are competent to judge say and became a very proficient Bass player,
that the Hour is of superior grade. This After serving through the war he went
is quite an extensive mill aud is favora- to Kansas and bought a farm where he
bly situated in the city. Let such sub- has lived except when making a tour
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44uiini niu ituu eutoHiayf mriiL ou giveu i wiui some riavenng company, ic was
th cuteipiise as to ensure its constant while on such a trip with a Dramatic
employment. Our people should be careful Company, that he lost hh life is sxbove
to eucourago such home enterprises. described. He was a very genial, upright
o t . and honorable rnau, and his old comrades
Paujker's Candy Manufactory. Mr. I will be pained to hear of his untimely
Parker displays in his show window a death.
lot of exceedingly rich aud delightful
fresh candies made in his establishment.
He manufactures tatty of all flavors,
lemon, cream, vanill.a, &c.,cocoanut of all
kinds, and other fancy candies, besides
all the plain candies. This is a decided
Spare Tmc Ladies. There is a grow
ing tendency in modern Journalism to
drag before the public iu some form or
other, the names ot ladies. 1 here is
improvement in that it gives our people eldom cca8ion ior Presenting the names
Iresh, pure eaudv, at the lowest rates. 91 ,au,e8 In newnpapere, arm ic is ire
quentiy a source or much annoyance to
them, especially when placed along side
such matter as generally makes up the
leading news of some papers murders,
seductions and all other forms of villianv
men that this is
t ASSing Aw av.- Relentless Time spares
settling on ear th. Change is the unvary-1
uig law. Generations follow each other
ia teady sucession. One comes up and I twa. it ntrer iwnr t
another goes down, the out-going never to pOSjtiv,ly unpleasant, not only to ladies
return never. Now and then an imli
dal here and there lives through the
period of three generations. Such has
been the good fortuue of Mr. Richard
Ramus, formerly the owner of China
Grove, and for many years its occupant.
He i8 now in his 9(1 year. Blind, and
deaf, and enfeebled by the weight of
years, he is unconsciously passing away,
Mr. Jonx Si-elman proposes to resume
the publication of the "State Journal," a
ou declarations ! It wonld bo humnmna
if it were not pitiable. It would be ter-
the public good, to call the attention of
our Legislature to the distressing fact
that the distember is abroad in our btate
and is destroying the dogs with almost
cyclonic rapidity. Unless something is
done, and done at once, to stay the march
of this deathly monster there is the great
est cause for fear lest the whole country
tie over-run bv the sheep those destruc
tive enemies of mankind and all our ag
our readers never
never see again.
saw before and may
In this city at the residence of Mr. S.
R. Harrison, after a painful and linger
ing illness. Mr. Abner Harrison, aged
ricultnral prospects nipped in the bud ! about 65 years.
Would it not be a wise thing in the Gov
ernor to call an extra session that this
matter may be attended to without delay,
aud the disease arrested as early as pos
sible? It may be necessary, if it is allow
ed to continue its progress, to appeal to
Cougrcss lor aid for the suttermg bereav
. Of pnenmonia, at Thomasville, N. C,
March 17th, in the 53d year of her age,
Mrs. Rosa Troy Wetmore, wife of Rev.
Dr. Geo-. B. Wetmore.
Mrs. Cornelia McLean, on the 26th
inst., at the residence of her brother, Mr.
ed, but we are opposed to this expedient Thus. B. Long, in Buncombe county,
so long as the State and local authorities after a protracted illness from consump
can remedy the evil before it reaches this l,ou'
extremity. Ltanbcrton Iiobcsonian. I The funeral took place from the Presby-
Whatever is done ought to be deter- terian church, at this place, at 3 o'clock
mined on at once, and executed with all Thursday afteruoon.
the energy Governor Jarvis ean bring to
bear upon it. A fearful distemper (hy
drophobia) has broken out among the
dogs iu this vicinity and it is carrying
them off at a fearful rate. Scores of in
nocent pups are consequently subjected
FOR WELL-FINISHED PHOT0-
cranhs and Ferrotyps, call at Meder-
nach's Gallery, up stairs, urawiorus
Building. Satisfaction garranteed.
FOR S AIiE!-A small Bay Horse,
to cruel imprisonment and more cruel J nine years old--a good traveler and plow
suspicion, and there is imminent danger horse. Enquire at this Olbce
threatening the eutire canine family. The
good people of the country are dreadfully
frightened nt so dire a calamity, and don't
know what is to become of the present
March 20, 1SS4.
Corrected weekly by J. M. Knox & Cp.
Salisbury, Mar. 13, 1884.
10 to m
The gardens are looking fine cabbage
plants sot out. Wheat looks promising.
aud the prospect so far for a good rruit
crop. Very little sickuess in the commu
nity. Married : At the Lutheran parsonage,
in Enochville, on the 19th of March, 1884,
Mr. Samuel M. Moore, of Iredell county,
to Miss Sarah L. Atwell, of Atwell town
ship, Kowan county.
I S. BROWN'S
Is the place to buy your Clothing the very latest and best this Spring's
new styles are more attractive than ever. If you intend to buy
Clothes it will be to your interest to come to me aud
buy NEW, FRESH, STYLISH GOODS of the
best quality, made up this Spring. Do not
fail to see these goods, even if you do
not buy. In fact I am better pre
pared to offer induce
THAN EVER BEFORE.
One Thousand Suits of Clothing !
Two Thousand Hats of Every Style, (stetson-8&othkr8.
Three Thousand Pairs of Boots and Shoes !
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies1 and Misses' Shoes and Slippers
EVER BROUHT TO THIS MARKET, INCLUDING BERT'S AND
12 to 18
7i to 10
80 to 90
90 to 1 .00
(who deteat it) but to their friends
Even the writing up of costumes of ladies
at Balls is carried to an extent borderin
on impropriety, (more particularly when
such writings are made up of a mass of
flattery and misrepresentation enough
to disgust a dress maker's dummy) but
to go into their homes and parade their
domestic lire, or charms, or anything
the hut of a once prosperous, worthy and pertaining to those characteristics
influential family, whose descendants are
scattered iu several different States of
dose on the
10th of April
which .ill true men admire, is to s.iy the
very least, in exceedingly bad taste :
.and in no instance should ladies be sub
jected to such treatment.
When newspapers publish such senti
ments as the following, it is time for a
exercises will occupy three protest ef a forcible nature : "Mus-
vemngs. The first which will take place petite brunette, give taffy but does not
at the school will be giveu by the Stu- take any. A perfect queeu aud cau
flit's Lyceum. On Wcduesday eveuiug claw ivory r-An ,4utter daisy," and
a Kiarnl entertainment consisting of loves the boys. -She is a girl to count
orations, dialogues, solos, duets, quar- on aud be sure she will never flicker."
tt'ttes, interspersed with a few recitations Such language used in public print in
and declamations. On Thursday evening connection with the names of ladies can-
regular commencement will take not hare other than a pernicious. iuflu-J
place at the TtalC Hon. Johu C. Scar- euce, and should be carefully avoided by
borough will deliver the annual address, publishers. Iu the writing up of urar-
Te whole affair is intended to be first riages, the brides are made the targets at
class. The Principal promises good order which palpable shafts of flippant flattery
D( ;i 'mtnaral muil :,.,- 'I'i,,, liolmrrrnil wifli : TPfk 1 PSS n e SS mini
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Editor Watchman :
Just now while the newspapers are
talking of Gubernational timber, I wisl
to say that we have a first rate piece n
Rowan, and am pleased to mention th
name of Kerii Ckaigk, Lsq. Incorrup
tible, able, earnest, faithful and trust
worthy, in ray opinion there are lew if
any better. Locke.
Mr. John. S. Henderson is in the city.
In conversation with him a reporter
learned that last Saturday Col. B. S.
Pardee addressed the people of Salisbury
on the question of immigration, in com
pliance with a request to do so signed by
Mayor J. A. Ramsay and Messrs. G. A.
Bingham, S. H. Wiley, J. J. Stewart and
J. S. Henderson. He spoke ably and his
remarks were well received. The mayor
presided at the nieeing, Mr. T. K. B tuner
being secretary. The following resolu
tions, offered by Mr. S. II. Wiley, were
"Whereas, Rowan county has within
its borders large areas of the best unim
proved agricultural land in this State,
besides precious ores aud other minerals
of commercial value, as well as large and
valuable tracts of woodland ; aud.
"Whereas, The people of Rowan coun
ty, have long desired a flow of skilled
labor and capital into their midst that
agriculture, manufactures and trade
might add to their prosperity, therefore,
"Resolved, That in view of the con
siderations presented to ns by Coleuel
Pardee as the effect the State exposition,
to be held at Raleigh, will have upon
Northern immigration, this meeting does
hereby express its hearty approval of
"Resolved, That the commissioners of
Rowan are hereby requested and express
ly urged to appropriate $500, to enable
Rowan to be suitably represented at the
said exposition, and to take such other
action as may be necessary to seenre a
suitable display of the resources of this
county." Raleigh News & Observer.
Frem the above, our readers may
learn that there is still a chance for Row
an to have a showing at Raleigh this
fall. It would be gratifying if such
should be the case. Rowan took the
lead of the counties at Boston and made
a good impression which should be fol
lowed up with a real good, attractive dis
play at Raleigh, from which place it will
be sent right ou to New Orleaus, where it
will find a place iu the great world's
fair. It is hoped that the Commission
ers, if they do not care to act alone, will
at once call the magistrates together,
and make an appropriation of suificieut
amount to insure a good represeutatiou
of this coonty's resources.
, a week at home, S5 outfit free. Pay ab
solutely sure. No risk, capital rfbt re-
iqinreo. Reader, lr you want ousines-s
at which oersous ot either sex, yeung
or old, can make great pay all the time they work.
with aosolute certainty j write tor particulars to
H. uaxlktt co., fomand, aiaine.
Out of the Race. There is oue man
iu North Carolina who does not want te
be Governor. Hon. Walter L. Steele, of
Rockingham, has been suggested by sev
eral papers as the proper man for the
place, but he told me the other dvy that
he would not have the office under any
consideration ; that he would rather be a
Justice of the Peace. Cor. Raleigh Reg
ister, persons holding claims against the
. i i i ' . i v .i l . - . ,
Sensible man ; vv nat a messing u mere i estate of D. S. (Jowan, deed, are nereoy
trera minr mora ice mm. luoiuieu iu uraumsam ciauw, au
thenticated, to Joseph K. White, adin r, on
v .. r c m ...... I, no a .1 o 1 - . . J '
fta" "V "r"" ' n "co or this notice will be mead in bar ot re
paten rroui warysvine, anntiu, eaye : co - And those indebted to the estate
About rortv uiasKeu men went to luc
Administrator's Notice I
About ronyuiaskea men delicto iue wUl be required to settle as carlv as prac
jailhere last night, five ot them entered ticM JOS. 11. WHITE, Adm'r..
My usual line of Gent's Underwear, Cravats, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Dress-
Shirts, Tennis or Woolen Shirt : Iu fact everything a man deeds to clothe
him ; and every man iu this and adjoining counties is invited to call ant)
see hour cheaply antl comfortably lie can be fitted in any of his
needs at TV A Q D ID A A TvT Q
JVJL. v. 3. JJ 1 U V V J- O
CLOTHING EMPORIUM. .
SPECIAL BARGAINS !
JL O IIP! M H IB e
"wsmn of Hie school has, we are inform
been (mite a success. The last session4
ad an enrollment of ninety -two students
wlule the present has oue hundred aud
thirty odd. Many were turned away for
want of accommodation.
ted -to Ground the feelings ot sensitive
people, or turn the heads of the weak-
minded. Gush is the word used to
describe this syle of literature, and
gush conceiving ladies should be left
out of the newspapers.
Febr'y 14, 1881. 0w:pd
CHILLARIBS! CHILL ARIHE !
the iailoi's resideuce, presented pistols
and compelled him to open the jail doors.
Samuel Traycr, convicted of the murder
of Juo. Perweighton aud wife, was taken
out, conducted to a wagon bridge in the
south part of the town and hanged. He
is said to have made a full confession.
stating that he had no accomplice in the CHILL4RIXE, the Great CHILL CtfRE
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murder. The mob was very quiet aud ot tne uay. vvaruanted TObtitr- every
disncrasd as soon as the work was done, time or the money
refunded. For sale
FNNISS' Drug Store.
The call which Col. Johnson and
OTIara and Judge Moore and Dock Sor
rel! have issued for a mass meeting of BKaeie Asthma Cure. Persdhs af-
the people who are opposed to Democrat- fljcte(j with this distressing complaint
ic administrarion will deceive no one. should try this Medicine. A few hours use
It is merely intcuded to perpetuate the w, cntirelv remove all oppression, and the
farce of the last campaigu. The chief natient can breath ami sleep with perfect
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purpose is to 'afford 'an opportunity tc.ase anj freedom.
Col. Johnson aud Gen. Leach and Price
to work with the Republicans without
bearing the odium of being Republicans.
These worthies would scornfully detly
that thev are Republicanav They pro
claim themselves too good to be Republi
Price $1. For sale at
wanted for The Lives
ot all the Presidents
of the U.S. The larg
est, handsomest, best
book ever sold for less tkan twice our price. The
fastest sftllln? book in America. Immense profits
ti 4.i l.ij 4i. l- to agents. zVll intelllsrent people want It. Anyons
tutu iicwum. luiuHucii ii4,ia c,nWome a. successful asrent. Terms free.
.1 4 1 4 m 1 1 4 1 - 1 . . -
up higher than that. They place their
hands on their heart and bow graciously
like an old-time cavalier aud say : ''You
do us too much houor we are not Re
publicans. We scorn to be ranked as
Rcpeblicans. We are liberals members
of a Republican annex, if .you please
merely fishing around for an orliec aud
trying to pick up a few crumbs of com
fort ; but not Republicauts. We hold
our he:ids higher than' that."
For our part, we do not see why they
should take ou so about it. We can im
agine that some folks would rather, like
Pat Winston, come out boldly and ac
knowledge the flag that they fight under,
than repudiate it on all sides. News and
Il a li. it Book Co., Portland, Maine.
The Truth of It.
What a grandiose farce ! Mr. Keogh.
shrewd, well-balanced, businesslike j Mr.
Mott, more earnest and less selfish than
the most of them and unlike the most of
them really caring to win ; Mr. Price,
talented, good uatured, ambitious; Mr.
Young, luouey-loviiiy, and money-spending,
seeing in it the easiest road to a
competence and possibly to political hon
ors; Mr. Wheeler, knowing a good deal
of men aud loving both lucre and power;
Mr. Winston, a roaring joker, laughing
at the rest of them and at himself; Mr.
Leach, admiring his own shadow, himself
a mere shadow ; Mr. Dockerv, Mr. Rus-
BULLION GOLD MINE
And IVIachinerv For Sale !
This mine is well situated in Rowan
county, 6$ miles southeast of Salisbury, N
The machinery consists of 2 Engines, 3
Boilers, a Ten Stamp Mill, a Cornish pump,"
a Steam Hoister, and an Ore Crusher.
Also a lot of Mining Tools of various
kinds. Most of the machineny is but little
worn, and is in good order. Any person
wishing to purchase will apply to
M. L. HOLMES,
12:3m Salisbury, N. C.
1 Elias Howe Leather Machine,
2 18-inch arm for heavy Leather, (goodas new,)
Original cost $125.00.
4 New Family Singer Machines,
3 American Pso. 1, - -2
Wheeler fe Wilson, -
2 Home Shuttles,
1 Weed, - - - - - -The
above have been used some but warranted
We also sell the
$10 to $15.
$10 to $15.
$12 and $15.
to do good
at bottom prices-
A 1x1 eric an and
Royal St. John's.
warranted for 5 years and guaranteed to give
Logic of a Philadelphia Lawyer. The
phrase "widow woman" is correct, if the
word woman is superfluous. But we are
all the while using superfluous words.
You meet an acquaiutance ou a bright i sell. Mr. Bvuum.- we are vet hardlv war-
morning and he is as likely ns not to say ! ranted in adding Mr. Grissom let us not
"flue morning" or "fine dy-" Of course ' be too uncharitable. For such is politics
it is moruing and of coarse it is day, but ! aud such, perhaps, politics has always
because of that yon do not laugh at him. j beeu. Consider the train behind them
When people begin to talk about widow and the old fashioned simplicity and fair
men it will be time enough to smile, uess of their conventions and their pomp-
SHERIFFS SALE !
Bv virtue of an Execution in my hands,
issued out the Superior Court of Rowan
countv, in favor of G. W. Long against
David Earnbart, to collect the same, I will
sell at public auction, at the Court House
door in the town of Salisbury, ou the
On the 7th day of April, 1884,
all the right, title, interest and estate of
the said David Earnhart, in and to the
following property, viz: 4V tract of land
consisting of 70 acres, more or less, situat
ed in Atwell township, Rowan County, ad
joining the lands of Mary Ann Ritchie, M.
1 W 1 1 .1 lliniMIW'
A. Bostian-ana jacoo Leai, mcutc .... 4.. u
TAKK CARE OF YOURSELVES!
Don't bo deceived by high sounding
adver tisemets, but go right to
BEALL, BOST & FORD'S
New Brick Warehouse
With your TOBACCO lor high prices. And It you
want the Highest Grade
SOLD IN NORTH CAROLINA
For your next Crop, you can get it right toere.
Take notlce-we have a New Firm aud Intend to
SSuct the WAREHOUSE Business on bus
iness principles. OurNew Auctioneer,
MR. J. S. GRAHAM,
By virt ue of an Execution in ray hand
issued out of the Superior Court of Rowan
County, in favor of Patterson & Corn her
. 4 i in nw linnds for Col
lection, I will sell at puhlic auctioii at the
Court House door in the town of Salisbury
on the 7th day of April, 1884, all thf nght,
title interest and estate of the Mid C. A.
Bostian, in two tracts of land. (Me tract
of land consisting ot 41 acres, more r
situated in China Grove township, Rowan
county, adjoining the lands of John bmitb,
Levi Deal and Lock Beaver. One tract in
China Grove township, lnyng Jot Ko. 4
r;i!ftl.le lands and lot No.3 timbered Ibmu.
! ...... ..11. I n km itl Kostmn 111 the
WHICH V - -n
MP XMT I XKTCi J
is well up with the ttoe and wUl always see ui ( - , , of Jacob BostiaD,
miinTniitmi n ma lor uic uuwm 4i"v , uhkiu
BEALL. BOST & F0S.D. '
March 11, 1SS4- 22:3tn
TO MY. FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Having secured the services of a
I am now prepared to furnish Fresh Bread I
and Cakes at short notice
mence to manufacture
For boundaries sec rcpn 01 vuiu
r registered in Book 56, page
1 272 office of Register of Deeds, both tracts
1 containing :i acres adjoining the land of
M. L. Efird, I. F. Patterson aDU tueisosuaii
heirs. Terms : CASH.
C. C. Kiudrr, Sh'ff, Rowan Co.
March 1, 1884. 21:4 w.
Will also com-
Watch Repairing 1 1
Persons wishing any kind of watch re-
at reaonaoie priers i v
north across the Earnhart plantation to A. T .-r iwn FEEOH CANDIES, pairing done at reasonable prices ca
A. Bostian's line. Ternis Cash. P ct.omlodatl.d bv leaviag their watc
(' r KlDEIi. Sh if. , . r 1 . W.V.X PARKER. .V, ... e. i . , .i!..n,:.n's store. Sidisbury
. 4 ' ""J iv.uii4.sv"- i T RRfiWV
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March 1. 1884. 4t