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THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1684.
ational Oeiiiori af c Ticket.
OF 1TEW YOBK.
Fob Vice Pbebidenx,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
FOB ELECTORS AT LARGE :
W. tt: KITCHIN,
v JOHN N. STAPLES.
ALFRED M. SCALES,
FOB I.JKVTEN ANT GOVEKKOR,
"'CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
OF NEW HAKOVEK.
rOR HECRETART or 8TATK,
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
DONALD W. BAIN,
fOR ATTOKNKY GENERAL,
THEOiiORE P. DAVIDSON,
WILLIAM P. ROBERTS.
FOR suf't or public instructioe,
8. 31. FINGER,
VOB ASSOCIATE CSTICK SUPREME COURT,
AUGUSTUS 8. MERRIMON,
rOR ELECTOR, 7tII DISTRICT :
R. C. PURYEAR,
The delegates of Rowan County to the
7th Democratic Congressional District
Conreution held on 7th Aug. are heieby
notified that, in consequence of the decli
nation of Kerr Craige, Esq., the nominee
f said Convention, the Democratic Con
gressional Executive Committee have
called another Convention, consisting of
the old delegates appointed heretofore to
tha Convention on the 7th of Aug. to
saeet In SALISBURY on the 9TH of
SEPTEMBER 1884, to nominate another
candidate. L. H. CLEMENT, of
tha 7th Deiu. Cong. District Committee.
Senator Vanck w ill apeak at Winston
next Saturday, the 6th instant.
The prahibitiouists of Michigan are iu
motion and will probably make a State
Ticket and support St. John.
Big Time To-Day. At Shelby, where
there is a barbecue given aud Senators
Vance, Wade Hampton, Captain Kitchen,
0. Coke and Col. W. H. H. Cowles are
The anti-monopolists and Greenback -era
of Illinois have agreed on a fusion
ticket with the Butlerites aud will come
before the people of that stction as "the
The election in Vermont on the 2d,
hows a large falliirgff Of the republican
vote, (2,660), the democrats showing a
loss of KB. The lepublicuu representa
tives is greater iu number thau iu 1480.
Tha Connecticut Democracy have re
nomi usted Thos. M. Waller for Governor
of tha State.
The New Hampshire Republicans in
convention endorse Blaine and Logan,
and nominate a State ticket.
It i worthy of remark that the demo
crats of almost every place visited by
Gen. Scales turn out by hundreds to es
cort the Geuei al to his quarters. He had
a ueonted escort of 300 at Shelby, on
Monday. No honors were paid to Mr.
York, though both arrived there ou the
The Massachusetts Democracy were iu
Cod vent ion in Worcester, on the 3d iast.,
for the purpose of nominating a State
Hcket. Wm. C Eudicott, of Salem, was
nominated for Governor. There was con
siderable enrtajsjasm iu the Oonveotion.
Every MM'mron xif Cleveland was cheered.
The republican convention of this State
has nominated Geo. D. Robinson, . for
The people o!' this country have taken
t into theirtieads to turn out of office
the rascals who have beeu plundering the
public treasury by all sorts of jobbery,
and ridiug rough shod over them by their
revenue officers, and you may not be sur
prised to hear them cry out ruin, ruin.
The only rain threatened is turning out
dishonest radicals aud putting in men iu
Whom the people have faith and confi
dence. Covrerfeadeuts tell us that the discus-
aiou at Concord, last Friday, passed off
fluietly, and thai lor behaved himself
rery well. He certainly had room to
improve and it is pleasant to nscord good
y the way, k is reported that a con li
ft) wae-held here of the magnates of the
jrty ,aM Thnreday night at a late hour,
iu which the candidate's methods were
idfecuased. Whether or not the caudi-
date's improvciiicnt in manners at Con-
lord wastfie result of the meeting allud
ed to is not positively Id.wwii : it is to be
hoped it was.
The cholera in Italy and France is
Jowly 'dying our. From present iudica
lkm4t a iiJ s;..ii have finished its course..
"Bourbon Methods in North Car-
"ArMtd Democrat Thrtatcn the Republi
can Candidate for Governor Sot fright
tned hy Their Thrtals."
Vy Ttltgrapk to the Sem Tort Tribune.
Osecnsboko, N. C, Aug. 23. A disturbance wok
pce rtuil uk the d.scusswoa at Salisbury yesterday
between Gen. bcaiea (oeui.) and Or. Vrk Utep.
caudlda tea lor Governor., oeneral Scalets was met
by about ISO horseiuea, who acted as an escort and
remained mounted, rtdlog amid tUe crowd. It soon
became evident Uat trouole wan brewing. WneJ
mach excitement. In nls rejoinder Gen. Scales
made an appeal to the preioice of Ue pwplf,
awlbasteoi wounds received in the Wiuerate
cause, or. ront retonea inai d mu uwrawmc
nanus TT" "
not inve nis auinoniy ae was u nui uuu
Several Democrats crowded upon tbe stand, exnio-
some time ttae excitement was intense. Banners
wltn cievclaad's picture were snaxen arotura uv
great eoolnesa, and denounced tne proceeding as
rcmeunateu ami ub " I
..m Kut trtn onwnmiv rn kiu nim 'inere was uu
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The Writer of the above paragraph
starts out with a false statement, to wit :
"Armed Democrats thicatew the Repub
lican candidate' There was nothing of
the kind done here nothing that bore
the semblance of such conduct. It is to
tally false. The only weapon seen ou
that day was in the breast pocket of a
ItenuUlican. who was pointed out to a
Rmil.lu.aii Sfnrnr. who failed to have
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lum arrested. "Geu. Scales was met b3
auoui too noraenicii, cc. o I
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bv 387 by actual count, not including
nAn.nifan ami those in humifies aud car-
uiaMmnMlnU.nnteil. ridinsHtw i' - neighborhood of the
V 7 "7 . Z
anno tne crou. x ins i mwe. v o
became evident that trouble was brew-1
inc." This is false. There was never a
letter hnmoied croxvd drawn toeetber. I
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"A ngut occuneti iu tne street msmr UJ I
which caused much excitement. A Uglit I
did oeenr. but to av it caused much ex-
citenteut is untrue. "Severn) Democrats
croueo ,.pon u.e .,..,...,
tols." False m toto. "Shouting, down
with him." Pa I se again uo such words this pistol pointing at Robbins, aud no
were uttered. "For sometime the excite-1 body to hold him! After a moment or two
meat was intense." Yes, for sometime
less man a minute, peruaps. -nuiiners
York and near Irs face."
There were a good many
ami pictures on ine grounu ami at tne
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stand aLd it may lie they were offensive I
toDr. York, but they were neither brought
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i lit. I x. Bil not u I VI i i n I i pill ' lall UIO
enorts to proccwi were mane useless iy
jells." Yes, so long as he continued his
abusive language the iudiguaut people
rM.,r.d it itl. .!.... vlu..lr nrm.t.
u. aa vv ff III M Vlllldi'l 4iinni 1 ! Illll I
eu aura, a uiuuu ui nu. intiig ..uuui mm,
a mr , 111 I
but it is very likely that his signal defeat
in the discussiou wruuii; froui hir.i tiie I
fl.. annla "m-iWdifiit il" ami Wivl
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eiHKiii iK'iiii uut Hnicunuiiio 10 kiu mm.
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Nobody wanted to kill him. A bragado-
cio himself a mouthy, uupiinciplctl dem-
amnrue. he had the reeeotion he deserved
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liiilt iiuu iioiiuii" iiiiiib. i
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I he following trom the Kaleigl. ieir-
Observer shows into what channels the
Republicans are attempting to drift the
'The imputation made bv Dr.York on
Gen. Scales at Salisbury was as lidiculous
as it was improper. Gch. Scales went in
the war at the beginning with a musket
on his shoulder: was elected lieutenant
and went up step by step to a brigadier
generulcv. No man during those four
years of trial established a finer reputa
Hon for personal bravery titan Geu. Scales
He was cut down at Gettysburg iu tin
very jaws of death. How shameful then
A? X Mm. It A 1
ior w,a surgeon or rne riome uuarus to
impute cowardice iu battle to such a sol
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oier: now 1 unctuous, ii was 100 low a
charge coming from that source to merit
even the attention that Gen. Scales gave
to it. The whole State would laugh at it,
and Dr. York only augments the low
opinion that is entertained of him by
making such au imputation, and the peo
pie will repudiate Dr. York as he deserves
to be repudiated. Why should Dr. York
have brought forward a charge never be
fore uttered by any man ? There could be
only one purpose iu view to bring about
a collision. It was well calculated to
arouse a gallant man like Geu. Scales, to
stand up 111 his presence and, before hun
.1lilu nl 1 1 1 A ,,1.1 a.kl.li.if tiifei.nt,, ,.,.,.. ...1 .
imm t,. i.itu
The natural feeling of a man under such
provocation would be to answer with a
blow. Wc know that Gen. Scabs had
that feeling. We know how it was re-
strained. We know that he exercised
sclf command. But the charge was too ,
foolish to be treated even as seriously as
the Uenernl did treat it. Or. York'a pol
icy being to provoke a collision we hope
that Geu. Scales will be somewhat ou his
guard aud not suffer himself to be drawn
into a difficulty that will only play into
the bauds of Blaine."
POLITICAL SCENE AT SAL
ISBURY. Gen. Scale's rejoinder to York's speech
last Thursday, created great enthusiasm,
aud a crowd of his tiieuds rushed upon
the staud aud before he was aware of
their intent, lifted him over the railing
and carried him on their shoulders. The
editor of the Raleigh News and Observer
who was present, then proceeds to report,
us follows :
The Doctor had been a qqie(i spectator
of what had taken place. We sat witbJn
two ieet ot him, on the stage, and when
Scales was makiuir his ebisimr atMwJi
which was one of the most effective we
ever heard in its effect ou the crowd
for the speaker. Dr. York was reuini'
himself worked up. He had the appear
ance of a man determined to do some
thing unusual. His face was percepti
bly flushed ; his features enlarged, but
yet he seemed very sell-possessed.
Beginning .quietly, he said we have all
seen such things before; I have seen it
betoro ou this canvass. I saw it before
with Maj. Bobbins. What has been this
speech; what does it amoaut tot Noth
ing. Blaine is uo prohibitionist, I sup
port him, he beiug an anti. prohibitionists
and iu favor ot the laboring wen. He
says that York is a man without political
principles; and .thai the pr.old au
anecdote to illustrate t lt the Democrat
ic principles were hard to find out,
which received cheers and laughter, lie
referred to Fool as having stolen the
I'eabody fund and would have stolen the
rapitol if he could. He referred to "the
drop of Union blood," nd said that Dr.
Hackett m:n .have given -Mime such err
tificate, but who was Dr. HackettT He
was one l Mie uiijr jhiiks secessiwi-
ists in Wilkes, a mail who was iu bad
repute nttd who would give any certifi
rate that would be of sal van (age to the
Dr. Hackett is a good, true and honor
able gentleman; no one deserves to staud
higher than he does. Ed. N. & 0.
Geu. Scales had said he was wounded.
Oh yes, lie understood he was wounded
the 'in the back of leg !
This caused some laughter, bat on the
Wirt of other much indignation. Atones
a thrill seemed to ,ss through the peo-
General Scales sat immediately behind
mwniI;n tn i,5m ftf Verr
ii. .-j.... a
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ut. iuik mi um w vciinni nmw
niRK;nff sestura said. "Sit down. Gen
era! Scales; keep your seat (or words
General Scales, however, arose and
standing by ihe side of Dr. York the
i....v mtk awitad anfil. atter a
w j '
IL'estlli eto I tie CrOWU TO O0 Q.U1VI. UV.
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York lied iu his throat when he said I
had a wound behind me."
The excitement inci eased at this, there
being great-shouts of "Hurrah for Scales."
; -w r 1 1 1 a a . B f a.
Dr. lot k saiu u nau neam it.
General Scales, still standing by Dr.
York, said : "Dr. York has said that he
heard a man say it. Now if Dr. York is
not a coward, a liar aud a scoundrel, he
will tell who that man is." The uproar
. ,,v 1i tl T
UV. I oi'K sa hi : "luucnniuuuj nr.
There was then some niiuutes of tre-
oitMnt.ut t a , 8tmMi be-
fore the stand with liis hand on his plstal
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half drawn, showing the butt, and atteu
tiii was directed to him, which increatsed
stand. This man was the Kepuulican
noin!liatet for the senate bv the Kennult
aD of Rowan a few days ago Joues by
name, perhaps ; a man who frequently
get into figlits bat who wuf fosaaj him
self iu a ridiculous situation. It was in
tl court house at Salisbury. Bobbins was
speaking at, tl Jones cetting liuid drew
his nistol and leveled it at Bobbins. The
e,owd was about to jump hiai when
Robbins told them to stop. "Let him
,M-,lwie; glloot Kobbins; "here,
8jloot . aua Jones found himself, with
K,e f?"1 hi. piatol up, a quieter and very
But to return: It was soma time
before order was restored ; and even then
I . . -v
when some one interjected a remark, in
lork would ban try words with the au
lifiir'M uml null tin-in a limb, and Raid
..IV I X V. M I I ' I -V. ,! - mmm v v - - mm-. mmM
tIJ. , fc the b propoaed to take
him utf the stump: that they could not
take him oft' the stump, and otherwise
appealed to seek to mnuence t lie people
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ml tn iinf tliptii in t if mi M Ml tn do w in
Kvtned to wish them to try. He suit
it was the policy of the Democrats to
carry the Slate by storm, by violence as
at Danville, where they sliot down inuo
nuiit nut. anal of I itld'i i 111 IllABUftinni
VTlb Ily II1IU tl V- ' ' ' i i i saa .n io.m.-wi j-o.
Tlinr Win w.mlil li l.etd and lie
WOuld rieht matters. "Don't undertake
to shout me oft this stump." "I will say
t m . a 1 a- i 1
tlllS I tlllS Very CtOWd WOUIU 11 lUey
dared do it ; would shoot York right oft
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I lie sunup." oucu iuiosb as tnh ncm
pwitMi wjth some intermissions. He
liowever said "Gen. Scales wants me to
say who told me he was shot in the back
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oi Hie irir. I noil t kiio. i ne.ini buhic
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oiner oovs laiKinu it. i uon t reuivuiuei .
That w,,at Dr ackett jiad written about
him was as false as hell. Aud then he
said to Geu. Scales that the General had
mentioned him iu connection with the
penitentiary and that was tne occasion of
his pcrsounlity. (Gen. Scales1 remark is
above stated. Ed. N. & O.) That if
Geu. Scales would treat him gentlemanly
he would treat Geu. Scales gentlemanly.
He continued however jeenug the crowd
until his time beiug up, he begged them
to vote for whoever thought was the best
man aud the scene closed.
Up to the time when Dr. York made
his imputation of cowardice iu battle ou
Gen. Scales, it was a quiet meeting. That
stirred Scales' old soldiers greatly and
although Dr. York could so easily have
said that it was not his purpose to make
that charge, he rather stuck to it by say
ing that others had told him.
Subsequently he apparently sought to
provoke the friends of Geu Scales to do
some act of violence. There was only
one pistol spoken of on the ground, and
that was iu the possession of Dr. York's
friend. There was nothing said about
shooting, and yet Dr. York charged the
audience, whom he called a mob, with
wishing to shoot him on the stand ; said
they would, it they dared, which wus iu
itself a dare and a challenge.
The Statcsville American. J. J. Mott s
lapor, says :
There are four negro newspapers in the
State against York. This is all light, let
them iro for whom thev please. The
American stated at the outset of ths pies-
cut management that the Bourbons be-
fore the coalition did not carry the State
without the help of the negro vote. They
have always voted a large number ot
them West of Raleigh at least. All we
ask is that they be allowed to vote as
they please, and that the votes of those
who do go tor York be counted fair.
The only interference with free voting
we have ever kuowu here was republicau
negroes try ing to scare off those of their
color who wauted to vote the Democratic
ticket. The counting will be fair. It has
rarely been otherwise iu North Carolina.
The newspapers are still talking about
the cnuabalism of the Greeiy party. Let
the next arctic expedition be composed
exclusively of those horrified editors who
love so well to talk of Greeiy aud his
France, ic seems, is uot very blood
thirsty tewards China. She will stahd
ip the attitude of preparedness for war,
and go op working certain Chinese
mines until the government is ready to
pay the indemnity demanded of her.
Cholera. This desease has made its
appearance in Spain carried thither by
a family from France, There was also
a sudden and remarkable increase of cases
in Naples ou Sunday, causing much alarm
A total of 42 cases w-ero reported. At
Geneva it is believed Ihe danger is ever.
Cholera is still prevalent in a large num
ber of Italian towns.
The Republicans have two candidates
for Congress in the 4th district of Virgin
ia: James D. Brady, internal revenue
collector for the 2d district, aud Joseph
F Evans, colored. It seems that the col
ored man and br. ther is striking for his
sl aw t f the honors aud-the spoils.
Powkrfll Abuaignmekt. We pub-
iah in this issue a reuiukuble dtH-uuietit
sent ont by the Independent Republicans
of Boston, setting forth tne reasons why
hey cannot vote for Blaine and why they
have determined to support Mr. Cle vi ¬
and. It is a Uriel recital of many of the
disgraceful acts which have shocked ami
offeuded the honest members ot the party
iu all parts of the country. The reader!
who wishes to be well iufornied should
read this recital carefully, scut forth as it
is by members of the Republicau party
alarmed for the safety of our free mstitu
"An Ovation" -a "field day" a "grand
demonstration" any and all of these
term together will hardly convey to the
distant reader the honors paid to Gen.
Scales by the young aud old Democrats
of Rowan ou Thursday last. They were
here by the thousands. It was like aii old
time general muster a joouaday and !
friends who rarely
.. i i i
meet grasped each j
other's hands with a vigorous, satisfact
ory grip, accompanied with congratulato
ry words. There is a revival abroad iu
Rowan. She is wide awake, aud thouh
we hate the word, we must say her De
mocracy is boomimj ! That means she is
np and roaring, and is bent ou making
drift wood of Radicals and "liberals" (if
there be any) iu November. But we shall
not attempt to report the proceedings of
last Thursday. It has already been done
in a very satifactory manner by one of
our young townsmen, Mr. J. W. Rumple,
which report we present on the 4th page
of this paper. Read it and refresh the
mind of tha grand occasion it describes.
Martin Weinberger, a Jew, was hanged
for murder at Pittsburg, Pa., Tceaday
morning. It is said he is the second Jew
ever hanged iu the United States.
Egypt is reported as announcing
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On Saturday, the 27th day of September,
1884, I will sell at the Court House door
in Salisbury, a tract of two hundred acres
of land, situated in Providence township.
five miles from Salisbury, on the Miller's
Ferry road, adjoining the lands of Jesse
Mahaley, Luther Lyerly and others, on
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The tract contains over fifty acres of tim
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This land belongs to Jane Brown, wife
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Aug. 20th, 1884 -lm C. S. C.
Th. nrst bale of Cotton at Norfolk,
this season was receiver u ,
from Richinud coanty, N. C.
The cotton factories in and about Pe
tersburg, Va., have stopped work, throw
ing out of employment a large number of
men, woman and children, among whom
it is feared there will be much digress.
Cause: excessive production.
For Sale or Rent ! a stein
WAY PIANO. Apply to
Mrs. J. M. Cornx.
The annual term of the White Graded
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A Hiirh Sehoo i etiurt nu'i 1 1 has oecn atiu
1. so that mi nils that have completed
the Graded School eonrae can couuuue
their stndies iu the High School.
F. J. Murdoch, Sec'y S. G. S. Com.
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NEW STORE! HEW MODS!
R. C. PALMER has jast opened a
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Confections, Canned Goods, &c, &c, iu
the handsome new brick store, ou Main
St.. one door below J. D. McXcelv. It
It will be to everybody s interest to cai
i. a .i i it a a a
on me. Jims and sells all Kinds ot coun
ti v produce, at highest market prices.
45:1m. R. C. PALM'"?
tvr vjm iiaei e i Aunt
Ur vMa.UHDL.La &.HHV.
AT the Court House door in Salisbury
on Monday the 6th tiny of October 1884, I
will sell, at public sale, that valuable teact
ol lann tormeriy owned oy lieorge cauoie,
situated five miles south ol Salisbury ad
joining the Kcimer Mine land, and the land
of David Eller and others, containing
about 18.1 acres. The rale to open wish a
bid of eleven hundred and fifty five ($1.1.15)
dollars. Terms of sale: One half of the
purchase money will lie required as soon as
the sale is continued, and a credit of six
months, with interest at eight per cent
from day of sale, will be allowed for the
other half. By order of Court.
J. M. HORAH,Cl'k Sup.,
Court Rowan Co.
Aug. 11th, '84. 44:4t.
MILL STONES, ftG.
Do you want Mill Stones, cut of good
sharpe granite ? Do you want Door aud
Window Sills of beautiful gray or white
granite ? Do yon want Stone of any kind,
either dressed or in the rough ? The un
dersigned is prepared to furnish Stone or
Stone work of as fine granite as the State
Call -and pee me at quarries, 5 miles
south of Salisbury, or address me at Salis
bury, N C, 1mx 91.
Good Stone, good work aud promptness
in filling orders ismy rule. Good refer
ences given tin application.
JOHN D. A. FISHER.
Aug. 14, '84 lm:pd.
HAY! HAY! HAY !
500 Tons of No, 1 Valley of Virginia
Timothv Hay for sale bv
P. B. SUBLETT & SON,
48:Cm. Staunton, Va.
Having qualified as administrator ol
Harrington C. Warner, dee'd, notice is
hereby uiven to all persons having claims
against his estate, to present them to me
on or before the 8th day of August, I88r.
WALLACE H. WAItJS'ER,
Admr. of H. C. Warner.
Dated Aug. 4, 1884. 43:6w. pd.
Having qualified as Administrator of E.
E. Phillips, ilec'd, I will have a public sale
of his personal property at his late residence
on Monday, the 25th d'ay of August, 1884,
when l will sell one horse a lot of cattle.
fcojxs, farming tools, household and kitch
en furniture, some finely cut mill stones,
and a fine lot of wheat and oats, with
many other articles not mentioned.
TERMS of SALE -CASH.
All persons indebted to the estate are
requested to make immediate payment,
and all ocrsons having claims against the
castate are notified that they must present
them to me, on or before the 8th dav of
August, 1885. or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery.
HENRY PEELER, Admr.,
of E: E. Phillips.
August 2d, 1884. 43:till df s.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF
By virtue ot an execution issued out ot
the bupeiior Court of Rowan county, in
mwvri ui hi. A. oiiiitn againsc uatlierine
karr.hart in my hands for collection. 1 will
sen at public auction, at the Court house
door iu the town of Salisbury, on the
1st day of September, 1884,
aii tne rignr. line, interest and estate ot
.11 A- I - - 1 .
the said Catherine Earn hart, in aud for the
ionowing real property, viz : A tract ot
land consisting of 51 at res, more nr les
situated in Uold Hill township. Rowan
county, adjoining the lands of Adam Earn-
hart, Hurwell Smith and E Maunev. Also
another tract consisting of 122 acres in
Morgan township, adjoining the lands of
Saml Moyle, Lindsay Gordy and others.
TERMS CASn. C. C. KRIDER.
Sheriff of Rowan county
By R. P. Roseman. D. S.
Dated Salisbury, Aug. 4th, 1884.
43:till d of s.
AGENTS WANTED !
For the Lives of "CLEVELAND AND
HENDRICKS" and "BLAINE AND LO
GAN.' As this will be the most excitintr
Campaign which we have exjeriencc I for
, nanv vears. aicnts can cmn ninnv m, Im.r
J . ....
rhesc botiks. Address at once
Bci.i.ktt & Morgan,
1 42:2m pd. N, C.
YoriCAx Have It. "Mv
would I give to have votfr hair'" il , at
said by middle-aged ladies to VOun.r
Madam, you may have jnt such h
Parker's Hair Balsam wilkjfive it to lr
It will stop your hair from falling ff'Tu-
store the orisfinal color and m:ik it 1
hick, soft and glossy. You need .
telplessly envying the eirls. The n,
is not oily, not a dye, but is n ..JZ
dressing, and is especially recoup,,,.";
or its cleanliness and punt v.
By order of the Superior Court nf p.
an county, I will sell for partition. n ti
premises, at public auction, on
Saturday. August 30, 1884
the tract of land known as the "Old u '
mer Place," about two miles east nrA r
Enochville in said conntv, adioinW t.J
Deal, Wm. Cavin, and others, containing
213i acres, about half of it timbered with
good dwelling, barn, outhonses, well fin
orchard, and other improvements Per
sons wishing to view the place beforehand
can call on Mr. Ray mer on the nr,;,,
and those desiring fuller information about
it, can apply to the undersigned or to X
L. Kilpatrick at Mooresrille, X. q. " '
Terrnt of Sale: One halt cash, and oa
half on 6 months time, with bond and o00d
security bearing interest from date: title
retaineed till purchase money is paid
E. T. GOODMAN, '
July 81, 1884. ) t'oinu.iss.ioner "
41 till d of b
pen or Cgu.t.
Oiin D. DaVie a
Bankers under the nr
if it., .
i n. ii 1 1 ii
. 11 Mil
I HPv but,
ction of the
f on resident
l ourt, tnav .
of this State, 1
br tl Court
Salisbury, N, 5.,
ifvfng the swt D.
Williams to appea
t the Court
Salisbury, on the
.uondav after tin 1th
aiouuaj i cifjittujucr, icc. nmi answer
the Complaint, which will be deposited in
the office of the Clerk of theSuperiorCourt
of ti id County, within thefi rst three dajs
of said term, and that if he fait to answer
the complaint during said term, the plaiit
tiffs will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint, ibth July
1884. J. M. HO HAH, C. S.C.,
42:Cw. llowan Count-..
WAGONS! WAGONS I
WagonsBig. Wagons Little.
Wagons for EVERYBODY,,
Stop the bleeding ! Stop the outflow of
our life's blood ! Buy Ironic made articles
every time and keep your money here!
A car load of 1, 2 and 3 horse Piedmont
wagons, for sale !
These wagons are manuiacturetrst Hick
ory, N. C. They are good honest work
and every one of them ill be sold with &
written guaranty orhe Company's.
As money is sareeaid times hard they
will lc sold -;tAWWri( es for sj ot cash.
As with tJkleWpies, some tune ago, --to
with the yragons. Vv. I mean to sell tlitui
at prices that will astonish that will
make those who have recently "purchased,
wish thi-y had waited a little while longer,.
Come and s e us, then you'll know how
the cat jumj s.
JOHN A. BOYDEN, Agt.,
Salisbury. X. C. ) or
.10. O. WHITE.
T. K. BBUNER.
KlfllAKl) EA.MKS, Jit
DO YOU WANT TO
Is now offered to Land owners who my
w ish to dispose of
Having been instructed to net as Aent
for the North ( arolini Department ol 1m
inigration, we will state to thosejiaviiijj
property of the above tlescription for sale,
that we" are iir-jiosition to place such pro
perty in the hands of over two hundred
active Agents, w ho arc making it a regular
business to sell lands to Immigrants and
others coining into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value are
We have established a Real Estate asu
Mimxg Bureau in addition to the sls
and are in position to place '
advantage mining properties of all kin .
developed and undeveloped. Large tract
of Lands in Western North Carolina, ana
inEastTejn., maybe placed t Ii rough nj
to advantage. We can offer inducement
heretofore unknown, and land owners
consult their best interest by caTliug on
BRUNEI! & EAMES,
Real Estate, Mining &
Salisbury, Nr. C
Maps, Assays, Reports and Etimate
Parties contemplating going Vl
will do well to ctmsult us, as we have t"
: n ... t- o.... ..,,,1 i ! irisun
ui .til pitria ui unit .Tint" . .... i
am nioriue woruiei.i.
Saill lipostage, and we win man . ,- Kjn
UUtUroyal, valuable box c.rsamplf T
that 111 put you In the way ol making nio't w
la s tew days tban you ever tUout;iii &u r v0U
biijjliiess f 'antjl not rpouired. We will '
Vou can work all tUe time or lo sp re'TVes,
I'be work is universally adapted io f'V;' -9 fy
oun end old. You can ea&uy earu " ,.KD1aT
o $5 every ereulug. Tbai all wbo tvui'f. "1h nfftr:
lest the ni siness, we uiafce tins unp.n-' , ti to
r ..II nl.,. -m. . tfoll LMll.li, H Will ! ' T
ir ail n uu uo uw II mi i 1.-111 u v
i.iv for i he trmihlc i.r w i ! 1 n - us.
In-i.iilw ot. tui n t rn.n V. ,P1 it n f4 W t 1 1 I
tliose wlio give tbelr whole time to i"c
Jreat success absolutely sure. Don't de w
nov. Addre-is Stixson Co.. Portland. "