OCT. 23, 1864.
. m rates of til
-rhesus.. -- w
latehTm Jdiiadvance,1.50 I
,iinf for inrorm:muu "
tllC fst opportunity to register.
the 4tu 01
We believe, after a careful survey ot
. citron, all standpoints, that Mr.
will be beaten.
Vo living man has saved the fanners
r North Carolina so many dollars as Jno.
ot -011 . i i... fitud ti their
A11U lie io -
jund -yratituue au n
man is dissatisfied about the
rfiiais to vote for Mr.
.i ..r lof him rft-
Hi ilerson on mat accouuM -
' - Dr Kumaav was as goed a
iyj ao .It j . jvUVI"
h ut.e the young-men of
U ur zeal and energy in the
l mv. and
..,-it e f. ftwf
i. ..i.:id. and ai! ' iflL
house doors from Cherokee to Currituck
to educate the poor man's children ; it
has reduced the poor man's taxes to less
than one-third collected under Radical
administration ; and it is pledged, when
it gets control of the government, to still
further reduce their taxes by modifying
The Democratic party opposed to the
interests of the poor man I This lie will
taiut the breath of Traitor leaders a little
longer , but in November the good peo
ple of Rttwan will hurl scorn and con
tempt in their faces.
Staid steady white men of Rowan,
how would you like to have your children
go to school with negro children f White
men could you bear to see white women
married to negroes? and white men with
negro wives T And when yon die, would
you like to lie side by side with a negro?
Is'nt the bare suggestion of any of these
tilings revolting ! And yet this is the
state of affairs to be expected if Senator
Edmunds1 civil rights bill, now pending
in Congress, should become law. And
there is great danger of its becoming law
if the Radicals get a majority in the next
Congress. Then, let nothing prevent
your voting against the Radical party,
which seeks to insult and degrade the
brave men and noble women of our fair
Give the negro all his political rights,
nnd treat him fairly, kindly ; but let him
know iiia place.
rmmuuiou ser rices will
Matthew's Luthern churjati,
fie Ferrv road. Sato. day
next, -.nil ami ;ui - v ;
welcomed with Christian greeting.
; o S.
The Denjeetatl of Bo wan owe it to ths
7th district , ti themselves and to ksfc
Hende- in to give this gentleman 1.000
majority at the ,easr?Get the Democrats
oftliecouufj to the polls, and the work
Col. Staples delivered a speech at Me
mfa Hall last Saturday uight, to a
large audience ; and it was one of the best
ot the campaign. There are few abler
speakers in the State than he none iu
fact whose style is more simple and
vknu laniruaire is more graceful and ele
gant. His review of the "Civil Rights"
question was so clear and plain that a
child could understand it.
Daxgekols. Mr. R. VV. Culbertson
writing us from Woodleaf. Ui.ity town
ship, says: "Last Sunday a fire, starting
in all probability from a spark dropped
ibf niglit Ind'ore b some "possum hunt
Bis," wa buriiuig in the w o'odjy.tejkr this
place, and'bnt for perfect stillmuT of the
air a rul prompt" attein-kin might have
proved a serious matter. We are calico
niton to warn persons against carlessness
of this kind, for at this dry oeaaon "the
woods are tinder and a single spark may
start it tire which might prove an expen
Oar quiet little village has been the
( Centre of attraction politically for several
i imaaL m Tl 1 Hi
poie iHisiog, me uag raising,
the club t eetings, the Democratic mass
meeting, sud the joint Democratic and
Re publican discussion, have worked our
people almost up to fever heat. If you
could send Senator Vance out here yet I
think we would be ready for the election.
For the Watchman.
A Kut for Colored Republicans to
We learn from reliable authority, that
one. of the leading while Republicans of
Fiaukliu township, (of whom we are in
formed there are lut fico,) says he "will
support the Republican party, because
that party is iu favor of sending the ne
groes out of the con u try !" He says that
"the property holders are principally
Democrats aud need the services of the
negro, and are, therefore, uot willing to
give them up, or send them away. Where
as, the Republicans are mostly poor men
aud non -property holders, and the negro
is iu their way ns a working class. Cou
sequeutly tiiey wish them sent out of the
country, so as to give the poor wtilte la
borer a better chance to obtain work."
Oct. 20, 18844 W.R.F.
political organization. They made him
their counsellor in every disreputable
plan which they devised to promote his
success. He could not have been a stran
ger to their purpose to make gains in
Cincinnati, at the election on Tuesday
last, by using armed deputy marshals
aud armed negroes to drive voters from
The methods of their campaign in
Ohio and West Virginia and the share of
their candidate in these methods have
added to the opprobrium already resting
upon his name, and have assured his
defeat at the geueral election in Novem
ber. Mr. Blaine has been a member of the
House of Representatives, Sen a tor iu Con
gress and Secretary of State tor the
United States. He has been accused of
corruptly using his influence as a Speaker
and as a member of the House of Re pre -
C. E. Mills1 crap on the 4th day of No
vember will be small potatoes and few in
Don't fail to read the new advertise
ments in this paper.
The "Flying Jenny" sub-elector of
Rowan moves like a eat with its head in
a mag tail foremost and in circles.
Blaine's Great Falsehoods.
Of course all lies are sins, and among
theologians stand nearly on the same
level. But among jurists and politi
cians a lie has to be weighed against
its results. A lie which produces con-
seiuauves ior uis individual pront. - j ii i . ,
ills misconduct ha been proven by his "wiaw
own letters. These have confronted him
wherever be has gone. He has attempted
no explanation. The phrases of these
letters are so well known that they are
by -words ou the streets and jests on the
A Speaker of the House of Represnta-
tives, a member of that House, who
lie. Therefore a lie told by a candidate
for the greatest trust in the world is an
important lie, as indicating dishonesty
and deceitfulness. or, in one word, un-
trust worthiness of character. The
Blaine lies are, we think, the most lm-
would barter his influence for money or ; portant lies ever told the only lies,
t t . i I i 11 11 i 1 ST , a,
property, migni avail nimstdt oi cue large in tact, wnicn, Hire tne nrst siiot at
opportunities which the office aud pow
ers ot a 1' resident afford".
These are not words dictated by party
rancor. They sum up the judgment of
that independent press which is and
always will remain the bnlwark of good
aud constitutional government. They
express the convictions of the leading
Republican journals, and the belief of
those distinguished Republican statesmen
and citizens whose love ot
J? i i i .
nuceu mem to declare that the nomina
tion of Mr. Blaiue was oue not tit to he
There is reason for oar confidence that
we will achieve a victory in November.
The army of officeholders, engaged for a
month past iu the business of manipula
ting the votes iu Ohio and West Virginia,
must now disband.
Concord, have been heard around the
T. K.BRUNEKj MANAGER.
Hoover Hill. Sept. 9, A few shifts
country has more will finish the work of cutting down
the liriot's shaft to the 190. Good pro
gress is being made iu the drifts north
and south from the Gal li more shaft at
the 290, and both ends are looking fairly
well. Hawkins" : In the No. 1 stope we
have been following some stringers of
ore going off in the north-west end, which
Each man of the
number must go to his owu place. The i have opeued ont into a buuch of fair ore.
commissioner of pensions aud his bureau The exploratory drift west from the bot
clerks cannot be concentrated for ,oliti tou ot tle Hawkins' shaft has been stop
cal uses iu the November elections., ., ... , .
When they are acting individually iu ' P1 fwr t,,e pieut,and the meu have been
their several States thev will be unaOle i pnt to follow some stringers ot ore going
to do mischief.
The marshals of the United States, by
reasons of the powers which they exer
cise, may agaiu do barm in November.
off in the south-west end of No. I stope.
In the No. 2 stope the communication has
been made with the drift going west
Theyvought to understand that for what frw,u t,,e bottom of the Hawkins' shaft
they may do they will hereafter be held by means of a winze about 16 feet deep,
to the Strictest account. The hones of rr mtiva.iiMinm iu immtvin thn mm. Th
ore we are breaking in the No. 2 stope
" There were no services iu the Presby
terian chinch last Sabbath, owing to ill
ness of Mrs. Wharton, the pastor's moth
er-iu-law. 'We regret to say that it prov
ed to he her last illness. She is gone.
Many $f those" who knew the late Rev.
Jesse Rankin, may not know that Mrs.
Wharton was a sister of his, and it is uot
out of place to say that brother and
sister rarely more closely resembled each
otliir than did they iu both person
and spirit. God-fearing and God-houor-iug,
they walked on thf. earth as not be
longed to it except as they might do good
The Candidates put forward by the
different parties are generally supposed
to represent the intelligence and virtue
t their respective parties. Thus the
best man the Radicals could put forward
for Presideut is Blaine, the political
prostitute ; t,heir best man for Governor
of North Carolina is "the same old York,"
the illiterate renegade and Traitor; while
for sub-Elector, in Rowan, Mr. James F.
E- .Brown, 'the8 Flying Jenny Cat, is
' presson us," What a trio--Blaiue, York,
Brown! Good men of Rowan, cau you
Tote for this crowd ?
n the Republicans of Chiua Grove
Jowusliip can swallow Claudius Mills
after the studied iuault offered Jackson
ler, one of the most respectable Re
Pnblicausiu the county, their throats are
Me t swallow anything. We don't
believe they will go for Mil,8. j,, wi
him out as the better class of Re
publicans all over the land are spewing
t Blaiue. The wonder to us is that
aDJ of the old Hue Republicans cau be
nentto take aliack seat aud hurrah
lDg their part
wongrel crowd that is now lead
met a Liberal a few days ago and
hiui why he was opposed to the
-I I .
Pr " 1 replied. But he could
D P1Dt to single case where the
case H mau cau Piut to such a
her Jjluljut co,n from a place
io'Polr1,'1"4 whisky barrels and
of the M tl'ia D tLe iKuo, ft"t,e
.o.ue.g. lt there is oue thing
tilt- .. "
'"Noit 7 , e Democratic party
Uie f, .Ia,oI,ua prominent, it is
'unu for th
It has built
le in 1 1. .1 t ,, ., .. . .. .
tuWki.i , poor; u uas
Protwt- . iwirHBeBi
ing . auU eDC"rsge our poor farm-
...;, upcueu wme school
GUAED YOUR LIBERTIES.
OESPKRATE EFFORTS TO RE
Address by the Satioual Democratic Com
mittee to the People of the United Ufa tea.
The National Committee of the Demo
cratic party has issued the following
address to tfcs people o f the United
Democratic National Committee, )
No. 11 West Twenty-fourth St.,
October 16, 1884.
To the People of tlie United States :
The result of the elections on Tuesday
last in the States of Ohio ai d West Vir
ginia is before you.
Ohio chose Republican Presidential
electors iu 1868, 1872, 1876 and 1880.
West Virginia chose Republican Presi
dential electors iu 1868 and iu 1872, aud
Democratic electors iu 1876 and 1880.
Garfield obtained a plurality in Ohio
iu 1880 of 34,227 votes. The Reptibli
can candidate in the late election for
secretary of Suite was a gallant soldier
aud a reputable man. The vote of the
Republican party iu that election was
broken down by the weight of Mr. Blaiue,
a factional seeker after the Presidency.
The people then elected a Democratic
majority of the Congressional delegation
of the State. We may confidently ex
pect a majority iu Ohio for Cleveland aud
1 lend licks in November.
West Virginia has, by its splendid and
decisive majority for a Democratic Gov
ernor at the October election, already
declared its purpose to give its electoral
vote for our candidates l it November.
The Blaiue managers employed extra
ordinary methods in both Suites.
They expended not less than $500,000
in Ohio and more than $100,000 iu West
Virginia iu their political work.
They did not use money only. They
called from every State the officeholders
best fitted to do the work at which they
were put. They crowded these two States
with such meu.
They employed in political jobs the
men engaged in the postal service of the
They left the veterans who had saved
the life of the nation without the pay to
which they were entitled, under the pre
tence ot having insufficient clerical force
in the pension bureau, and then used
the commisser of pensions and a great
number of his clerks as parts of their
political machinery in Ohio and West
Virginia. It has been openly charged,
without denial, that the commissioner of
pensions has been delayed by him with
the purpose of coercing them to vote for
The abuses of political power have
been committed under the overlooking
eye of Mr, Blaiue, aud with his full
sanction. They show the man tier . in
which, if he were elected, the public
officers would be subordinated to the
personal service, and the bounty of the
country be made the means of advancing
his personal interests.
- They made the marshals of the United
States aud their deputies, who ought to
1 l i r I ' - n
ue me guaruiaus oi tne riguts oi every
citizens of the United States, a part of
their machine force. 1 hey armed them
aud incited them to violence aud outrage.
They expect to pay for the weapons aud
services of these meu out of the treasury
of the United States. t
They made Mr. Blaiue one of their
county aud ward workers iu Ohio aud
Wes Virginia, aud he entered with zest
upon the familiar duties. They devised
with his knowledge methods of compell
ing workmen to vote as their employers
dictated. They kept him iu daily' asso
ciation with the worst elements of their
reward aud the promise of iiideintiit v
which have been held out to them wiii
not avail them luthedas which are
close at hand.
The country is fully aroused. It is
alarmed by the corrupt influences sur
roundiitg Mr. Blaine, and w ill reject him
as Presideut. Mr. Blaiue has grown rich;
the men arouud him have growu rich;
the speculators whm he has aided hy
framing laws to suit them, are rich; the
corporations which he has helped have
monopolized the public lands.
But trade is stagnant, the commerce of
the country has decayed, mills are stand
ing idle. Where wages have uot beeu
stopped they are reduced. Mechanics aud
laborers go about seeking employment iu
vain. Women aud children are begin
ning to want bread, and yet the farmer
can hud no profitable market for grain.
These ciicumstauces afford conclusive
proof i hat a few interests have beeu
cared tor by the Republican managers at
the expense of the interests ot the great
body oi the people. The creation, in
this lavoied laud, ot such extremes ot
wealth and poverty and tne evil days
that have overtakeu all who are eugaged
iu labor are not .your fault. It has been
aud is the fault of those selfish men who
use the powers which you gave them for
their owu advantage, leaving you to fare
as best yon could. It is for you to de
termine whether these evils shall continue
and increase or diminish aud end in a
geueral prosperity sh..red iu by all alike.
You have a right to expect that your
party leadeis, to whom you have given
support aud accorded tumors iu past
ears, will lay aside all differences and
establish a lastiug claim upon your grati
tude by making common cause in your
supreme efforts to obtain the blessiugs of
a good government. You will uot be
Remember that victory in November
over the uuscmplo.is meu who are now
endeavoring to seize the Presidency cau
only be assured by complete orguuiza
When meu are ot oue mind and want
to impress their opiuiens upon the com
munity iu which they live they must
stand together and work together.
The highest aud best organization oi
which men are capable is that in which
every man wants to do that part of the
common work which he cau do, and does
it with all his might.
Your ergauizatious ought to be of such
nature, aud if theyre Governor Cleve
laud will be elected iu November by an
W. H. Barnum, Chairman.
A. P. Gorman,
Chairman Executive Committee.
Lieut. Lemlt's Lecttre. We have
read u good many chapters in books of
Artie exploration and yet have never had
so clear an impression made of the mat
ter as through the simple and unassum
ing accouut given by our friend, Lieut.
Lemly, iu the Academy Chapel. With
Prof. Wurreschke's excellent ninp before
him, he graphically traced the progress
of the relief expedition. The recital of
the rescue of Greely and his few surviving
companions, though very modestly given,
was one of the most tin ill ing iucidents
we have ever listened to. We are glad
that our esteemed fellow-townsman had
a share in a humane expedition which,
brief as it was, will ever remain notable
iu the history of Arctic voyages. The
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 4TH, 1884.
Notice is hereby giveu that an election
will we held at the several precincts in
Rowan Conuty on Tuesday, the 4th day
of Nov. 1884, for the following named
1 For Electors of President and Vice
President of the United States.
2-For Governor, Lt. Governor,8ecrets
ry of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, and Attor
Jj For Representative in the Congress of
the United states for the Seven th Con
4 For Associate Justice ot the Supreme
5 For Senator of the 90th District, and
one member of the House of Representa
tives in the General Assembly.
6 ForSheriff, Register of Deeds, County
Surveyor, Coroner, County Treasurer.
The polls will be opened from 7
o'clock iu the morning until sunset, aud
no longer. C. C. KR1DER, Sheriff
k of Rowan comity.
remains about the same as when last
reported. The yield in the mill has im
proved considerably compared to what
it was last month, varyiug, I should
judge from the amalgam, from 5 to 8 ozs.
of gold per day. The weather con tiuues
very dry, aud the water is gettiug so low
that we have barely enough to run with:
in fact to keep all 20 stamps dropping
have had to bring in the water pumped
from the Gallitaore shaft. I propose
having some prospecting work done iu
the 1'rovost shaft where there are indica
tions worth following. We shall have a
few spare hands from the Briol's shaft iu
a day or two, whom I propose putting to
work here. The ground, is iu dangerous
condition iu places, aud is uow being tim;
be red up. The shaft we sail the Provost
is situated about 150 feet south of the
Galliiuoie, aud is marked "Old Whim
Shaft" ou the plan of the mine (surface)
sent home shortly after I first came here.
In whatever part of the world Mora
vian Schools are to be found, they are
based ou the same general ideas.
The first is to produce is nearly as pos
sible the home-life of the scholars with all
its salutary checks and wholesome influ
ences. Oh this account the pupils are
gathered into room-companies with
whom the teacher is always present.
The second idea is train the mind into
the power of acquiring knowledge rather
than hastily to crowd it with informa
tion. Thorough grounding iu essential
studies, close supervision of study hours
aud attention to the mental peculiarities
of the individual pupil are objects con
stantly to be held iu view.
The third idea is to tuako the faith, the
love and the obedience of Christ the chief
school rule. Our institutions were foun
ded, have prospered aud can only con
tinue to ex'st ns seminaries not for the
eulariiement of the Moravian denomina
tion uer for merely secular education but
for the honor of Christ in the sound and
Christian training of youth. The Aca
A vote for G rover Cleveland is a vote
to put the people in charge of the Gov
erumeut, and if that result is accomplish
ed then the full detection and exposure
of those who have beeu iu power these
many years will inevitably follow.
In this couutv. an th ioi nt iwiv..
1884, Jane Eleuora Elizabeth, daughter
and only ohild of John Ritchie, in the
juiii year oi aer age.
A8K YOUR DRUGGIST for Shriner's
Indian Yermifusre and if ho fiu .nnni.
yon, address the proprietor, David E. Fonts,
The democrats had the grandest
political parade in New York, one
night last week, that has ever been seen
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength, and wholesomeness. More economical
than Uie ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in
com petu ion with the multitude of low teat, short
WOltrht alum nr nhmnhatA vw.wHam C.m 4
e T " - 'j ... .,v fm.utio, ww vuij iu
cans. Royal Basins Powder Co.. 106 Wall st. N.
A LOT OP SECOND-HAND YEL -low
poplar palings and other fencing lum
ber for sale. Apply at this office.
LIMB YOUR LAND
A quautity of the best " Virginia LIME"
(not ground oyster shells) for Agricultu
ral purposes, at very low figures. Call
soou if any wauted.
J. ALLEN BROWN.
Sept. 24, 1884. 50:tf
new fall & mum mm
WE have one of the LARGEST and most COM
PLETE Stock of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS in
Western North Carolina.
And we are prepared to offer seasonable and staple
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE.
a liniia a 1 a fiti nooAf 11 an i rC -
to which we invite the especial attention of buyers
from $1 up. Wc hove a good line of
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We have Underwear for all.
tp : a
We are agents for the
Boots and Shoes,
We sell the unexcelled HESS & BRO'S. fine Hatul
Sewed Shoes. We have a large assortment of John
Mcndkll's SOLAR TIPPED "Clrfidreu's Shoes.
ill mean to supply you with the best FLOUR, HAMS, PURE LARD,
lL, (new crop), Buckwhea. Flour, O it Meal4 Grits, Rice, Sugar, Syr
latoes, Coffee, Tea, and fancy new Deep Sea, No. 1 MACKEREL.
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Running Domestic 8ewing Machine; and Coat's Spool Cotton. Remember, wa will pay
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KLUI L & ntnULtmAlf.
Oct 16, 1884.
W. W. TAYLOR, )
D. J. BOSTIAN, Salesmen,
and J. A. NEELY. )
October 16, 1884, at the residence of
Mr. Moses A. Bost, in Locke township, by
Rev. J. D. Shirey, Mr. Littletou W. Liu
gle and Miss Ellen E. Bost.
Iu Gold Hill township, Oct. 16, by Rev.
Sam'l Roth rock, Mr. Julius A. A. Earu
hart and Miss Martha E. Powlass, daugh
ter of John Powlass, Esq.,
In St. Enoch's church, At well township,
on the 8th October, 1884, by Rev. W. A.
Lutz, Mr. J. H. Overcash and Miss M. J.
By the same, Oct. 16th, at the residence
of the bride's father in Cabarrus county,
Mr. P. C. Shank aud Miss M. M. Revels.
"Thote Who Lite in Olat$ Houses Should
Not Throw Stone.''
"The wicked fleeth when no man pur.-uetb . "
It is amusing to see how tender-footed
certain blood remedy proprietors hav : be
come of late. They make much ado about
"apes and imitators," when none are in
The proprietors of B. B. B. would say
most emphatically that their remedy stands
upon its own merit. Should we attempt
to imitate, it would not be those who do
not understand the modus operandi of that
which they offer. Our own long experience
in tne profession precludes sucn an idea.
The field for blood remedies is large and
broad affording ample room for all present
aspirants. We do not desire to close the
door asainst others, neither shall it be
closed against us. B. B. B. is the quickest
remedy, docs not contain mineral or vege
table poison, does not imitate, and is in
the field as an honorable competitor for
The Tax-payers of Rowan County are
hereby requested to meet me at tiie follow
ing times and places and settle their taxes
for the year 1884, viz:
Bostlau's X Roads, (.Oar) Wednesday, Oct. 1st
U. E. Miller's Store, (Gold Hilt Totent'p) Thurs., " d
Gold mil, Friday, 3rd
Morgan's Saturday, " ith
Cliina Orove. Tuesday, " nn
EnochvlUe, Wednesday, " 8th
Coleman's Store, Atmll Tomu'p) Thursday, " th
Oak Dale,-Chal ltanlcln-(Jft. L'tOi) Friday, " loth
Davis' Store, (8WU) Monday, " soth
Third Creek, Tuesday, M sist
Mt. Vernon, Wednesday, " wd
Kice & Bailey's Store, Thursday, " S3rd
Gibson's Scuoolhouse, (Locks) Friday, " nth
Franklin, Tuesday, " jsth
Hatter Shops, (Providence) Wednesday " mh
l&The Candidates for the Legislature
and the County Offices, will attend these
appointments aud address the people. The
public are urged to attend, pay their taxes
and near tne candidates.
C. C. KRIDER, SB1
Sept. 10th, 1884.-8t
Charlotte, N. C, May 24, 1884.
This is to certify that seven years ago I
was cured of dyspepsia by u?ing Gregory's
Dyspeptic Mixture, and the disease has
never returned. J, E. Carson.
New Berne, N. C, Jan. 25, 1888.
Dr. W. W. Gregory :
Dear Sir Enclosed please find check for
$9.00, for which be good enough to send
me six bottles of your dyspeptic medicine
such as you sent me sometime Pack. Thanks
for the comfort received by me and my
daughter. Yours truly,
(a copy) R. Ransom.
Dr. J.H.McAoen, Drugorist a Chemist, )
No. 1 Parks Building, Charlotte, N.C. J
Dr. Gregory I certify that I have sold
Gregory's Dyspeptic Mixture for several
years, and it has given universal, satisfac
tion to those who have given it a fair trial.
I know it to be a remedy of very great mer
it, and have heard it spoken of by those
who have used it in the highest terms.
From what I know of its com position I can
confidently recommend it to those suffering
from Dyspepsia or any derangement of the
digestive organs. It gives tone to the stom
ach and vigor to the entire system,
(a copy) Jno. H. McAden, M. D.
For sale at the Kluttz Drug Store, Salis
bury, N. C, 49: ly
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entirely whole, with Head, and while still
One physician has used this specific in
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Death To Worms.
RlDOKWAY, S. C.
Slew. Bogkim Girmer & Co. Gents. I have quite
a demand for your "Worm Killer." It Is the best
Vermltujre I can get. A farmer bought a bottle ot
me are weeks asro. cave one dost- to his child:
came In next day wljh a chow-chow' Jar tilled with
worms tne result oi one dose. Since then all want
Dock Cbkek, N. C, May 8th 18S4.
Boykin, Carmer 4 Co., Baltimore,-Md. Dear
Sirs; Mr. A ltudd, a very responsible customer oi
mine, gave a hall teaspoon! ul "Worm Killer" to a
child last week and the result was 35 worms. Mr.
Daniel Pines used lt with still better result: 75
worms troin one chUd : ot course my sales will be
targe. E. s. SMITH.
Read the following from one of the most promi
nent and best known Physicians and runners In
South Carolina. He writes, "That a negro girl lo
years old near him. took two or three sea of the
"worm Killer, and passed 3W worms." Dated
way, o. c, May 26th. 1884.
R. H. EDMUNDS, M. D.
ice 20cts Por Bottle.
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Boykin, Carmer & Co., Bait. 34:3m.
nd its unparallellcd abuses, are fullv and
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mailed free to any address, by Blood Balm
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Sometimes shake a Nation of people and
arouse them to action. Expressions 6imi-
ar to the following, from a well known
Druggist of Atlanta, pour in from sections
where B. B. B. has been used.
Atlanta, June 12, 1884.
It is our firm belief that B. B. B. is the
best Blood Purifier on the market. We
are selling four or fine bottles of it to ONE
of any other preparation of the kind. It
has failed in no instance to give entire sat
isfaction. Merit is the secret.
W. P. SMITH & CO., Druggist.
This is the only blood medicine known
that combines quick action, certain effect,
cheap price and unbounded satisfaction.
That one single bottle of B. B. B. will do
as much work in curing Blood Poisons,
Skin Affections, Scrofula, Kidney Troubles,
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Scrofula of children cured with one bottle.
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Expressed on receipt of price, if your
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MECKLENBURG CO., N. C,
The next Session opens on THURSDAY
For Catalogues apply to the CLERK OF
Corrected weekly by J. II. Knox A Co.
tiALisBciiY, April 3, 1884.
15 to 20
10 to 11
New Polling Places.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
lowing new polling pieces have been creat
ed in Rawan County, to wit :
Ueiligs Mill in Lttaker Township.
nh Hale, fa C Rankin's lormer resi-
flence'i in Mt. Ulla Township.
lisnr.m Academu. in Providence Town-
awvww.v r i
Setter's X Road, in Steele Township.
Third Creek, in Scotch Irish Township.
Bv order of the Board of County Com-
missioners. M. a. noomwzt, ver.
Sept. 1st, 1884. 2m
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
TLe undersigned is prepared to do all kinds of re
pairing to all kinds o( watches, clocks, a e., and at
reasonable prices. Leave aud get your watches at.
Kluttz & rtendleinan's Store Salisbury ; and try the
best smith In the county. K. L. BaOWN.
Apr. lo, 'sj.-U.
We, ps Executors of J. C. Hargrave, are
now offering for sale bis plantation known
as Deep Well. It is on the Salisbury pub
lic road, three miles from Mooresville, a
village on the A. T. & O. R. R. The house
is a large two story, six-room frame build
ing, cypress roof, and buiit since the war,
a fine well of water, all necessary ont
buildings and a good orchard. There arc
10o acres in tract. It is a very- desirable
place, as the land produces well, all grains
and cotton, is in a good neighborhood,
and convenient to two school houses
Terms easy. Parties wishing any furthc
particulars can address us.
D. Z. Gray, at Mooresville,
L. D. Hakokave, at Charlotte
P. S. If not sold privately will be sol
publicly the latter part of November.
SALE OF LAND
Having qualified as Administrator ol th
Estate of Levi Petchel, dee'd., I will ha'
a sale of his land amounting to 62 acre
on the premises, on the 23d day of OeUdv
1884, and at the same time and place I wi!
sell the personal property belonging to th
estate, consistingin part of 1 mule, 1 hors.
corn, wheat, a two horse wagon, farmin
tools and other articles not mentioned
The land is a fresh, new tract adjoining t'.
lands of Pleasant Wise and others.
Terms for sale of land : .One halt ensi
with a credit of six months for the ot,
half with interest at 8 per cent, from t
Terms of sale of personal property CA 81)
J. V. PETCHEL, Adm r.
Sept. 22, '84. 50:tds
All persons indebted to the estate
of E. E. Phillips, deceased, are hereby
requested to make immediate payment,
and all persons having claims agaiust the
estate are notified that they must present
them to me, on or before the 8th day of
August, 1885, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery.
HENRY PEELER, Admr ,
of E. E. Phillips.
Sept. 15, 1884. 49:6w
THANKS, THEV COME !
Our Stock Constantly MmM.
Salisot!!T Tobacco Kfortet.
CORKFXTEI) WKhKLY BY JNO. SHEPPARi
Lugs,co;!iii:on to nietl. 4.50 to 0.
Lugs, med. to good, fl.OO to 6
Lujjs, good to nne, o.-w to 11
Lugs, fine to fancy, 1 1.00 to If
Leaf, common to med. 0.00 to C
Leaf, med. to good, 6.25 to 8.
Leaf, good to tine, 8.50 to 15.
Wrappers, com. to med. 15 00 to 16.'
Wrappers, med. to good 10.50 to 25 1
Wrappers, sood to tine, 25.00 to 40.
Wrappers, fine, 40.00 to 55.
Wrappers, fancy, none HTered.
New tobaceo breaks for the past w
have leen light. Prices stiff for all gra
, Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cotters
lug smokers are in great demand and ?
a shade stifTcr than the quotation. V
j pers of all classes are high and ca'
i sought after. Planters would do wc-!:
market at this time.
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLUMPER A: .TIORliAA.
WK. J. Plummf.r. Ion? known as the hej P"""'2 some of their good tobaccos m
Harue and Saddle Maker who ever did buais
ess in Salisbury, presents his compliromt
to old friends and patrons with an invitations
to call and see his present stock of new
Harness, Saddles, Collar, &c. He warrants
tatisfaetion to every purchaser of New Stock,
and also his repair work. Rates a low as a
mod article will admit of. (Jail and see.
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
I have a few Cocks and Cockerc:
this fine breed of fowls which arc oL
for sale at reasonable prices.
C. H. Bp.rxu