M ;V" A T
PAY. APKIL g4, letH,
.. ...it.tioa rate ,;:
, :is Co! lows :
iln .i " "i
rr" . ...
at ihe Tolmcco'Waie-
eek --flush jnce.
Commissioners will soon
clean up and annual
The Republican held a county con
vention in the Courthouse last Saturday
to? the purpso of nominating delegates
to represent Rowan in the State Rep.
Convention. Two white and two negroes
were placed in nomination. The latter
were r Ic-ctt i to eerve. A a compromise
a white uian nas tolerated to act as
alternate. Alter souie discussion it was
thought best to allow the Liberals t
act with them. The meeting was not
full of vigorous and hopeful animation,
hut rather ou the go slow order. Pity
that the republican whites in -Rowan
were not present on the gallery seats
to witness Lite doers and doings of those
who lead them in politics. It Verily
looks as if the whites had deserted and
left the entire managemeut 4;o the ue-
S.ilUb.i;-y's T iwaG v jr:ra:it.
I Mr. Eli tor:
A- the ttwaJi ne trat hm l whsn wa
in the ! should h ive in I a i
jj gleiaeiit, Eq-i
. ..!n nr Snrrv
...i iiinir sick.
In Lecke Township, this coun-
s ' .1. v : l
Iih lust, josepn iiiiiou
the 2$th year of his age.
i)e Western X. C. Railroad authori
al! 4$ iirto the Slate Treasury by
first of M.v M),000. This amount
... inn the. State, and
lie 1 reaij " -?
consequenco lliere will ue no oi.u
... thi veal'.
get. J- a- paminereii, now paster
n i., i, .ri hi el: i! it'h in Tarboro.
tnei'v ... ;
imirin-. Humpies pulpit Here on next
lav that gentleman being ni alien
With the Danish Embassy. A let-
is filling Solicitor tev from Capt. Wai. M. Wiley, to tlr
Court, the last Watchman, dated 1 rieste, April 1st '64,
says: 4Ve arrived here on the D.ii Urt.
alter an unusually length voyage of 78
days. Among my accrued mail I find nntri
e roars copiesof the Watchman whbh
seemed like meeting an old friend.
Incited partly by the ever increasing de
pression in shipping ntfairs, aud partly
by other motives, I have here resigned
the commaud of the Rialto aud accepted
a temporary position as attache of the
Danish Embassy. The Rialto-proceeded
last week under the charge of the chief
officer to Pirano a small seaport about 12
English miles from here. Alter remain
ing there a few days slier will proceed to
Holland, probably Rotterdam."
"Afrer Many Years. Some days
ago the members of our former and de-
error is in judgment and not in heart.
Outside of this, there is no occasion to
ridicnle the officers of Rowan for not
doing auvthing for the county
coming Statu Exposition ; for
. i . . -i . i : fc . a . l -. i : i .... - f
iiik inHier, wtMwa,im.iwniHmiMr prevjat i.a.;orr t- i I ov-r !
doubt but that they will act, aud they auother ye ir. S i;o . t; 1 a i I eifiururU
. . .i . ... l i. i . - .e i- ..
will do whatthev deem best For tlie ;s iup.v p t.. ... oy o;u in,,;,,
the county and give good -and sufficient
tnve hail aa elo -li i i fir oir
1 ,V I If . ft.
thesitnple! 1 ,,wu u,u A vl u ' lii:" J si.;i
they have not aeted at all In t1. , :, , Mlj . i .,,....
reason for so doing. Again, there will
probably be no State taxes this year, so
that the county officers may ti;.d that
they can afford to show up the county
in the Exposition without maiming to
any seriou extent the conuty excheqnr.
skiff & G.iy lord's Minstrels played
w . nil
I... t nn' It lO a Uou Mouse. ft
ii i- m -nieht for the last tunc.
' ....". ti I.mI to i ii i na of
lie ' i -
l ..1 ,.l lUa in-, i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i rwt
. en'H 1 til I M'M i.. I'-" " v ........ ,
.MrKniulinfr them to return to that
i.... r,,r sFi'iinil time. They will -be
...A hWnn iimneeiati ve audience.
Sl"PIen : Death. Mr. Jhn Bi ingle, well
a-....t. iv I -miwii bv n lai re iiortiou
of this county, fell" dead on
bUltome Friday morning last, just after
getting nut ol 'bed. He was highly re
ipected by his neighbors and others as
an nniiiit 'i"(l honorable man aud useful
citiztn. AiM 72 years.
Itr. 4vJ. .Brunei- is attending a meet-
. 1 1 ll..l.fii.rr .. t l!..llml
lug nt v.Miitiu i itoujutij
eiiarcb, near Davidson College, liy the
Wp of the report of tha town fiuaqce
ceniUtse, tiro Jr. editor has beeu eia
bied . ( "lill "l1'' tl:e paper without fhe
voluntary assistance of the poet and his
paemy'-Hoary winter thrusts his frosty
ni,uiiwi tlif fi-nrrile form of Siniir."
ftl III ill "inn. ' ' . . . . . . . - I O
According to the Exposition Atr,
twenty-tWe counties have made appro
priations, to the State exposition, giving
Mime twelve thousand dollars to have
their respective localities shown in this
great State ente rprise. I Bowaii'sj the
wise part f Do our people w ish to be
ceased townsman, Mons Rouoche's family
were thrown in a pleasant aud sudden
excitement bj the unexpected arrival of
their aged kingsman, Mous. Pierre Roue
che of Texas. It is seldom one has the
gratification to behold vigerons old age
as in this instance. Mr. Roueche is a man
who has a histoiy and a noble one that
is if energy, enterprise and bravery con
stitute that title. Mr. R. came to the
United Stales in fb27, traveled in sever-
i f . a i m i jo? i:..t
tlie lloor of iai 5ia!t't' "Cm to lexas in ioou, ennsieu
as a volufitecr and helped to free that
great State from Mexican oppression and
receives now a pension aj a veteran. Af
terwards filled the important and ardeut
duties of Guido and .intcrpretor to Gen
eral Z.ich. Taylor, and is now the possessor
of a Medal for meritorious and faithful
Gambling. Probably nothing, uot ex-,
cepting the fashionable drinking saloon,
makes more frequent and peisisteut calls
on the pocket book of the youug, inclu
ding both sexes, than the various forms
decent, genteel gambling. In scope it
reaches from cotton futures, options in
grain aud pork and other dealings in
margins, to the colossal lotteries, faro
banks, and down to t he ordinary game of
cards "draw" they call it. Working
people of ail classes, who are hardly able
to supply necessaries, are indulging in
gaming to just the extent their limited
means will allow. The mere carefol only
indulge in lotteries. Wonder what a list
of names taken from the Louisiana
lottery books would reveal concerning
the people of Rowan county t Would it
only embrace the reckless and unsettled
classes of the community f or would it
uot rather embrace a long list of influen
tial people, young aud old, and perhaps
some interesting personages of the other
sex. But be uot frightened the L. S. L.
will take good care of the names, aud the
money sent. Why are people forsaking
the old, established methods for doing
busiuess and gaining au independence,
for the more exciting and reckless forms
of "dealing" iu any of the ways of gamb
liug. Poiut out a mau who has won at
'dealing,' and n ho has succeeded in life,
or who is iu a fair way to succeed. Where
is he T Where is the man who laid the
foundation of his fortune to a lucky deal,
and who has maintained an honorable
standing among his fellow men ? It does
not pay. Young man, you make money
by believing this statement without prov
ing it by a test.
! viz: Mr. .McU ril'.
We admit all the Examiner s ivs of Mr
McC.nJtle being a g ol Liw.yer, Chris
tian Ge:itlem in, b it it seems to us
that it would have been a great deal more
satisfactory to our citizeas a well as the
present officers titeassel ves, to hive had
the opinion of ome one else, (our Attor
ney Gen. for instance) upon a matter so
uncertain as the construction of the Act
under which they claim the right to hold
over, particularly so when it is well
known that good Lawyers of our town
disagree with Mr. McCorkle.
If (as Hie Examiner claims), the 8th
section of that Act qualities the whole
act (evhrch is certainly a very rational
conclusion) then there can be no authori
ty for holding over another year, and as
the best remedy for evils is t avoid them
beforehand, it would certainly be best
for all concerned to have the matter set
tled authoritatively before difficulties
This ii not a quest ion of individual or
political rights iu any sense, but strictly
a question of Law, that must involve
every act ef our town authorities after
the first Monday in May, 1884, from
which (if neglected) many difficulties may
grow out. Tbo people ef Salisbury have
a very high opinion of Mr. McCorkle as a
Lawyer, but thev aro net sure that he
has not made a mistake iu his published
opinion and we do not think the present
Board can afford to force themselves
upon us and do uot believe a majority of
them are willing to do so unless the law
sustains them iu so doing.
Salisbury, April 21, '84.
services; is entitled . and will -receive a
pension as a Mexican veteran. Mr. Roue
che is not a poor man he is now in inde
pendent clrcu instances and has retired
from business. He is 81 years of age,
very Healthy, of a cordial and decidedly
spirited manner, and foels capable of
making a tour of thousands of miles.
Mrs. it. and her daughter, are in Vittoria
Texas, their home, and a son in Nebraska.
Mr. R. left here on Sunday night accom
panied by Mr. John Roueche, his nephew,
and intends to visit his old home, Alsace
France, after that thev will visit the
most memorable places iu France, Switzer
land, Germany and England, and will
rest on his return iu Salisbury. Mr.
Roueche has a large experience in farm
ing and stock raising, and it is not im
probable that through, his advice and
guidance some of the hardy, frugal peo
ple of the old historical aud war-ridden
Elsace and Loraiue, will be induced to
come here. We have no doubt that such
testimony as his own person and coudi-
"NONE BETTER MADE.
' THE GREAT COTTON PRODUCER,
K'krk Ckakjk, Esu.- This gentleman's
name is frequently spoken of in connec
tion with the Congressional nomination
for this district. He is not an oflhe seek
er and has an unblemished record,", two
things to start with which eminently
qualify him to hold any office. He is it
ltarued and true man, true to his princi- tion will furnish, will go a great way in
pies and to his people, a worthy son of! deciding many." These few facts were
one of Rowan's most distinguished men , ! handed to us by our neighbor, Mr. Med-
JUST RECEIVED. Fresh Oranges,
Lemons, Cocoauuts and Northern Apples
At A, Parkkk's.
Property to 1? AiyerM fir Taxes.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
I am compelled by law to settle the tuxes
at once, and I make this last announce
ment, fames having property on which
levy can be made must settle on or before
the 19th inst., or property will be adver
tised and sold for Taxes.' Taxes due from
persons havihg no property on which levy
can be made, will be reported to the Coun
ty Commissioners as insolvent, if not paid
by the 19th inst.
C. C. KRIDER,
April 15, "84. Sheriff.
FOR ELdVPINISHEb PHOTO
graphs and Ferrotype, call at Mbdek
nacii's Galleuv. ui stairs, Crawford's
fl I'lVl II t I .ill 1
i . I . II II iv v
FOil SALE!-A small Bay Horse,
nine years old--a good traveler aud plow
horse. Enquire at this Oifice.
March 20, ISiL
CUPID v D'w-
When cupid wears the Diamond shirt,
His conquest's sure of hearts so tender,
For when they see this manly guise,
The ladies always quick surrender.
Surely the ladies are attracted
by neatness of dress, which adds
so much to the general elegance
of one's appearance. What's
more vital to a well-dressed man
than a perfect-fitting, smooth-setting
If your dealer does not keep it, send his address
to Daniel Miller & Co., sole manufacturers, Bain
DBS. J. J. & E. ffl. SHRILL.
O FFIC :
CORNER MAIN AND BANK'STREETS.
OFFICE HOURS :
8 to 10 A. m. and 3 to 5p. M.
All presons indebted to me. cither on
account or note and mortgage (for Guano),
are hereby duly reminded of such indebt
ness, and are earnestly requested to make
settlement pisompti.y, otherwise the ac
counts will be subject, without further no
ticc, to collection by legal process.
Dec. G, 1883. J. D. M'cNEELY.
M. s. Howrs
Is the place to buy your Clothing the very latest and Lest 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 cf Every Style; (STETSON'S A OTHOB.)
Three Thousand Pairs of Boots and Shoes !
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies1 and Misses' Shoes and Slippers
EVER BROUIIT TO THIS MARKET, INCLUDING BERT'S AND
BULLION GOLD MINE
And 3lachiiieiv For Sale I
FINE AND DRY.
Oyer 200 AGENS m Sel4 It !
the late Hon. liurton Craige. It ia well
known that lie is tbe choice of the people
f this county and of the Watchman for
our representative in Congress. He can
carry the district by four to six thousand,
mount no oe given tuo uoinination.
The mortgage business in this county
is aMumiui enoi-nnins nro tortious, aud
j 4 i ,
cauuot help but do harm. One day last
week mortgages were recorded in the
ftffcjster office. A constant watch must
be : kept over mortgaged property in
order to secure payment at the time the
the mortgage comes due. In lumo in
tance8 meu runaway, takiug with
them the mortgaged property chatties
and never return. Again, instances are
known right here of men who mortgage
borrowed teams. Actually borrow a team
and mortgage it for supplies, or advance
ments for agricultural purposes. So that
who is also from that part of
HAVE USED IT!
MANUFACTURED BY THE
This miuc is well situated in Rowan
county, miles southeast of Salisbury, N.
The machinery consists of 2 Engines, 2
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 inaclijncny 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.
A Salisbury correspondent to the
Charlotte Observer, under the captiou of :
"When Rowan's Ineffable Glorj Shall
Appear," says some very ugly things and
tries to heap lots of odium ou our Board
of County Commissioners aud magistrates
for their inactivity in the great Exposi
tion matter how before the people ef the
State There is considerable previousneas
iu the writer's statements, aud a most
wonderful amount of ignorance as to
what is really expected from the joint
meeting of Commissioners and magis
trates in June. -
For a highfalutin attempt at extrava
ganza the communication cmmends its
self. The writer is evidently a friend of
old Rowan, aud is distressed that she
Read flat MenM say of it :
C. A. DUNWOODY & CO., Roswell, Ga.,
writes: We believe the "Empire equal
to any we have ever handled.
STATE OF In
North Carolina (
Rowan Count v. )
Hannah Dougherty, PrtT)
agaiust Ann Grimsley & j Petition to
husband Win. Grimsley,
Elizabeth Hicks & hus- f sell land
band Win. Hicks and
others, Def'ts. J for Partition.
This cause comiug on for further direc
tion, and it appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that Elizabeth Hicks and her
husband Win Hicks two of the defendants
above named are ncn residents of this
State. It is hereby ordered t hat publica
tion be made in the "Carolina Watchman,"
a weekly newspaper published in the town
of Salisbury, for six successive weeks noti
fying the above named non resident defen
dants to be and appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court ot Rowan coun
ty at the Court House in Salisbury on Mon
day the 23rd day of June, 1884, and answer
or demur to the petition, which has been
filed in the above entitled aciinn : and if
they lail so to answer or demur, the Plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the said petition.
J. M. HoRAn,
28:6v C. S. C. Rowan county.
My usual line of Gent's Underwear, Cravats, Tiea, Handkerchiefs, Di
Shirts, Tennis or Woolen Shirt : Iu fact everything a man deeds to clothe
him; and every man in this and adjoining counties is invited to call and
see how cheaply and comfortably he can be fitted in any of hit
TAKE CARS OF YOURSELVES!
Don't be deceived by high sounding
advert isemots, but go right to
BEALL, BOST & FORD'S
New Brick Warehouse
Wlthvour TOBACCO for high prices. And if you
want the Highest (irade
SOLD IN NORTH CAROLINA
For your next Crop, you can get it right there.
Take notice we have a New Firm and Intend to
conduct the WARE HOUSE Business on bus
iness principles, our .New Auctioneer,
MR. J. S. GRAHAM,
is well up with the times and will always see that
your Tobacco la sold tor the highest price.
BEALL, B03T & FOUD.
March 11, 1884. 22:3m
tlie whole business is fraught with evil, fcontinucth to fetch up in the ienr, ami is
and leads to ninny
Rowan County. This county has 13
Townships ; 2;t post otliees; GS churches;
41 water mills for grinding corn, wheat,
&c; r2 gold aud copper bearing miuea;
75 schools, (public and private) and
about ;&0 miles of pnblic roads. These
facts are from thn new map of the county
recently finisLed by Dr. Rumple and the
Mining Editor of the Watchjhax. Be
sides theseTTierc are some 8 oi more steam
grist mills; about 40 water and steam
fiw mills; a number of steam cotton
gins and cane mills. - Quarries of the best
content to play the part of the runt in
the litter. It is not best to turn to jest
this important matter, as the board of
County Commissioners may at their
June meeting do somethiug to surprise
hopeless newspaper correspondents;
though it nniat be confessed that there is
uot t he si igh test suggestion of a shadow
of a reason for believing or chronicling
a hope that this body would act with
out consulting tire people, aud then
meet face to face an enraged populace
wlrose hard fought struggles to bar from
their own entrance the portals of the
almshouse, and to meet patriotic obliga
tions to the State in the way of taxes, has
well nigh leveled the contour of the
face by the obstinate holding of the
nazal appendage to the slow gi hiding
D. R. MOSEBY, Micholson Station, Ga.,
savs : I ne cotion wncre it was uscu is
well fruited and stood the drouth fiuely.
G. M. GA FORTH, Shclbv, N. C, writes:
Alongside of Acid Phosphate, mixed with
cotton seed, ''Empire'' paid best.
J. F. TOOLE, Wadley, Ga., says : T like
the "Empire" best because it is quick in
taking hold and slow in letting go.
The Old Reliable.
man vm (mi di
HOWELL & WILLIAMSON, Rome. Ga..
writes: We are led to believe one ton of
your "Empire" is worth as much as one
and a half tons of any other fertilizer sold
bfil't jrey granite ami syenite to be found ; edge of the novaeulitic orbit : thus leav-
m -the State. The soil of the conuty
produces as fine corn, wheat, rye, oat,
cotton, golden tobacco, hay grasses,
clover, &c., as can bo produced in the
State. Nearly two-thirds of the county
is in forests --pine, oak and hickory pre
3oininatincr. " eannt u l - i
If it should be determined to make nn
exhibit at Raleigh this fall, but few couu
' ties could enual tfaa dinlir that T?.,
i w i a i l n b i
iug them iu melancholic contemplation
of surroundings with no means of susten
ance save the yearly recurring fruition of
the juicy blackl erry and the persimmon
with its puckering.. proclivities which is
nature's motherly barrier to starvation.
But we look for belter things, notwith
standing the Observer's correspoudent to
the contrary. It is deemed best not to
reproduce in the Watchman this letter
as it might wound the feelings of some
ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIALS :
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 25, '84.
I used the Empire Fertilizer on cotton
last year, and say beyond doubt it is the
best I ever used. W. 51. KITCUIE.
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 20, '84.
The Empire Fertilizer I used on cotton
last year I am satisfied is as good as any
other. V. A. Canup.
We have used different Fertilizers for the
last ten years and the Empire Fertilizer we
used last year on tobacco is the best that
we ever used. Fisher & Cress.
Tie Basin Fertilizer Company,
OFFICES, SOS. 20 AND 22 SOUTn STREET,
ti l llilt ft iV r II l I
S. A. A she, Editor,
Raleigh. 1ST. C.
The largest and best paper published iu
We give full reports of religious, educa
tional, business and political meetings, all
the news, accurate market reports, serial
stories, &c. We will give as a premium
A WATERBURY WATCH
Free to any person sending us a club of
G annual subscribers to the weekly.
Take our local paper and then sub
scribe for the Weekly News and Ob
i Weekly one year $2.00.
Daily one vcar $7.00.
SfScnd your name for sample copv.
April 10, '84.
Tin and Copper Hi!
Is again doing busings in bis own name. His
shop is In the rear ol the store ronnrnj
by Brow u & Oowan. His entrance, on Fisher street
at the sign or the big Coffee Pot. Is doing all kinds
of work in Tin. Sheet Iron. Brass, Copper and Zinc.
-Roofing, Guttering, Stills and Pipes done to order.
Repairing promptly executed.
WILL KEEP ON HAND,
A good assertment of heating and cooking stoves
id all kinds of Tin Ware. Please call rf t'
THE BEST SMITH IN
m. .!.., .i,-n,-. isi nren.ired to do all kinds of re
pairing to all kinds of watches, clocks, ac, and at
reasonable prices. Leave and get your watches at
Kluttz 4 r.endlemarrti store. Salisbury ; and try the
best smith In the county. It. L. hitou N.
Apr. 10, 'Sl:tf.
CBIL1ARIHS ! CHILLARIUS !
For sale by
II. L. BEAN,
Salisbury, N. C.
CHILL4RINE, the Great CHILL CURE
of the day. Warranted to CURE every
time or the money refunded. For sale
only at FNNISS1 Drug Store.
RXagiC Asthma Core. Persons af
flicted with this distressing complaint
should try this Medicine. A few hours us
will entirelv remove all oppression, and the
patient can" breath and sleep with perfect
ease and freedom. Price $1. For sale at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
Salisbury Toiacco Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY JNO. SHEPUARD,
Lugs, common to meet.
Lugs, med. to good,
Lus, good to tine,
Lugs, tine to fancy,
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. to good.
Leaf, good to tine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, irood to line,
ir,-.,i,iir9 fancv. none offered
,,,., . r- ,
New tobacco ureass lor uic "
have been light. Prices stiff for all grades.
Good rich, waxy tillers, smooth cutters and
lu.r smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade stilTer than the quotation. YY rap-
r- ii I - I,wr!i .mil .;l'('rlv
pers oi au u.t "-" : ,7 7-
TIME & MONEY SAVED
To the FARMER and PLANTER
BY calling on the undersigned before purchasing elsew here, for what you waat !
, e f COMPOSTING MATERIALS AND GUANOS.
Havin made this my special business for the last sixteen years, during which time
NKAiil.T A I-!- TUB
now off. red or sold here, HAVE PASSED THROUGH m I1A.NU, I can ucarkteb
to satisfy von both in QUALITY AND PRICE of my Goods, which have PROVEN
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE iu the market, and ihe grade pronounced by our
to be the HIGHEST SOLD Inst year. My Goods are FRESH AND SEW. I hare now
in store several car loads of
GENUINE GERMAN K A IN IT,
(or potash salts)
with full directions how to use and compost. Hav also the .
."WMDO"WASSA" AND "PACIFIC" ACID PHOSPHATES.
And in AMMOMATED GOODS the "OLD RELIABLES,"
SOLUBLE PACIFIC, STAR BRAND, NAVAS-
SA and LISTER'S.
... t i,.,,ii n. HRAT FERTILIZER roR TOBACCO. THE
Will alSO COIli - i" uaimiw - - -
STAR BRAND SPECIAL TOBACCO MANURE, surpassed by none. Special adver
tisement of same will soon appear.
A large lot of Agricultural Lime at reduced Prices.
4.50 to G.00
6.00 to 8.50
8.50 to 11.00
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
J. ALLEN BROWN.
F&CB'B WAREHOUSE !
UNION STREET, - DANVILLE, VA.
-i 7 7. . . nZ , . , c . TTVj T ft VtA
Is now opened and reaay jor uuwiooo. rr
one of the LARGEST and most COM PLETH
Warehouse ever built.
FOR THE SALE OP LEAF TOBACCO.
the best leaf market in the Lnited Mates.
turns and close
37 x f
personal iichuu i- -0 ,
CORRESPOXBENCe SOLICITED. "V
Pace Bros. & Co.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SU3-
could make, provided she makes her dis-! of the Wat people in the couutv who are
.' indication of her ' acting as magistrate and commissioners,
mit- theogh it is evident that the writer's
North Carolina College.
MT. PLEASANT, CABARRUS CO., N.C.
A FULL AND EFFICIENT CORPS OF
n e . t;;.-.. . , . ..n t c ;, :ulv in ;it-
m.'Lil.- e ft'jn 1A upr I . ,i,t oftiir P anters wouUi u) well
session of ten months. Members of the puttinff some of their good t.bacco3 on the
College Benetit Associatian secure tuition . market at tins ume
. Fa... nr ni a ! ,
at f20 to au per session oi a-u un"
Board in the eolle-re at less than five dol
lars per month. With these superior ad-
this institutiou non" '" hTKik ever sold for less tnan.yw
ZJZ- ,,-r tor less than .
SCRiBp FOB THE CAROL! HA1 P. ff ai. .h. . iliaSKli. .
i Pnr nirrii-n rs address. lu ai -....fiii nw-at. Ter:u--s free.
! pEy Q M sell AEFFE R, A. M Pres. wa iTmBoo! Co., Peni-aa, Maine.
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. V nl also coin-
wanted for The Uvea t
of all tue Presidents 1 mcncc to manufacture
of tue U. S. The larg- j
est. handsomest, best . . n Tp-pxrHTT HATlTr.
our price, rae X'jj.lii iiujiivu. ,
Immense, protlts i . w v n T)l.'c-
few davs. ai-iv. i aimi.i.
Mt, Pleasant, N. C. i
The copartnership heretofore exist ins be
tween "Williams Brown and J.P.Gowait was
thisay dissolved by mutual consent. Per
sons having unsettled business with the firm
will call on J. P. Go wan without delay.
Williams Brown will continue tbe TIN,
COPPER and SHEET UiVX omiinees u
heretofore at the obi stand.
J. P. GOWAJi,
J-April 1st, 1884. Un.