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THuksDAPlUL 30, 185.
LIBERTY EXMCilTCWXG TUB WOKjl
eat Statue of Liberty, by the d-
IngnisIieU Fixlicli Mii1jtor, MBarthbldi,
who liar de voted eight years of hi !
and a luri-o fortune to the work, and
which lie has generously given to the
United Statc, ii now being shipped to
. ' Jt- . ..1 . . .. V t ..l.jlltll
it i tieiidou in size, and wonderfil in
the perlvclien of all its part. It is to U
lucated.ou Uedhie's Is'.atid, in the hailoi
of New York. When set upou it pedes
tal it will tower to the height of -305 feet
above tido water."; The couiraittei iu
leliarge of the construction of the base aud
pedestal, have prepared "a miniature itat
iuette, ait exact counterpart of the o igi
jnal, ix inches in height, of bronze aud
hkl silver, which thev are now deliver
ing to subscii be rs throiighimt the Uuiteih
State for the small sum oi i eacn. fvs
! lasting fioureiiior of this colossal jt: tue.
lit trill be an ornament to our homes and
jbearjetiinony of our contribution to one
of the grandest works of modern tiines.
8end for if
EXTRAOItDINAKT. -Hon. S. S. Cot, of
K.Y.lmviog been appointed by the Presi
dent tuiiii&ter to Turkey, the Jtffersojiian
Democracy of the-city, had an ovtiflbw-
iiig meeting, Saturday evening, to protest
!.. .it.:,. t vr.. 'I'.ii !. ...lr'
-fjwas the motto of the evening. The Hon.
rA. S. Hewitt was the leading speaker.
They want MrCox at home, where tjhey
believe he Can be of greater usefulness to
the State aud the country than he can
iu --Turkey. This is-airextraordiii:
compliment, ot which, "Mr. Cox Js X
sensible. Too often, it happens.
envious aspirants are only two glad o
gst goad aud useful men out of the way
- in order to promote thetr own sel
Kitcuen Gahdkn School. They have
au institution of the above name
Ashevillr, N. C. It seems to - be unklet
the fostering care of the ladies of
goodly mountain city. Aud the obi
f it is to teach girl children the ai t of
' honse keeping. They "are taught to swfccp
, , . . . i . . i . I
- nuu mm a nxjiu, uiaKe me ueu, sec
table, wait at tabic, clear it away,: wash
and put away the things, to sew,, cut and
jniike gai iueutB, &c. The first lessens
Me iu personal neatness, next in ex
Mess and completeness of work. So wi
a correspondeiit of tho Ashcviilo Cittern,
after a visit to the institution, wliic!
certainly a novelty in this State. Snch
an institution is invaluable to dependent
little girls for whom wo suppo.se, it was
It is" repoitel that souie fellow
MisUsippip h; sent a petition
v I'resideiit Cleveland, askiug a part
jorweneison u.ivks. it true, it is wi
. ii uuc, ii is wnii-H'Ak; nyeuuiL3 uiroun wmcn tnese poli
ency. M r. Davis dles j ces arp to be carried out should be equal
. No one has ever lien lj" positive, equally above, suspicion?
ily for one Torliint, jwe 'ie departments are filled with spies
ont scuse or decency
not need a pardon
autlioiiz 'd to apply for one
venture to say. We do not lelievehe
would accept it, but rather, that he' will
v. prefer to gortlown to his tomb on his je-
eord as already ma le up.
There 1 to lie. a rwlnt
r ; Vi. AAAAA
employed in the Navy yard, in orderj to
save iunas to carry on the work of re-
1 - X ... A mi - : 1
j'ihb uiiu cousiruction. mere are a
; goodly number of supernumeraries in
this derailment men whn A
the treasury whether they do any wirk
or wotuiese wiii have to go, to the
number of 150 or 200, saving to Jhe
Areasury from 100 to G00 per dav
Tie news this ruorning on the diffica !ty
.between England ami' Russia in regard to
the Affgait boundary qnestion is verv-w u
,ike AH hope of apeac Ablea;ljijRtm(!iit
U sad to be gone. And Russian anthnri
" ties me rtpresentid as saying that while
, nbtHil inlmy will Hot'only settle the A tt
gau inpat bat also the India qnestio u
The cilizcn of Leaksville. C, are
ngltating the question of prohibilina ih
ale of intoxicating liquors iu their tofn.
The usual amount of excitement prevak.
tt;J. ..i.tM:. -n... :. , . . F
M inn OUIMCVV . iaVOrilt It tlvOiI-j
-ik i,L .. . ,AVOrm 11 W 'k
it strange any shouhl oppose so good a
m.iitniv, mm iiiwMj opposed to it are jist
CAhttiiiM M . . . . . I -
doterinined they will driiikwli.it ami n
inucli aslhey pteaso as loug as4hpy eknl
A wooleo mi 11 at Bennington, Vemmar,
whieli originally cost $75f),WW after paas
lug from hand' to hand several times at
reduce figures sob , Veceiitly for $50,0 iK)
Had closed. It is said that nt ln.itt i 3nn
f people have left Beuuiuzton in eoiJo .
y.-l qneuce of tho closure.
I They have a boa? d of health In
ruoantaiu town of U'aynesville, and it
ims ordered citizeuMoclean up thir
. wtiaiu oi neai in in tiie
;7ttl,d of the sky" seems oat f ple;
, "af aisi burglars iu Waynesvil
A uoston man ar Kaloighj X. CovWr
om witli ftt-Juf .if i..x ..i I.. t
: " " - ovMCiiiii.iti ins moth
er, attempted - snicidc by placing himsllf
u a rauroau. inieK.. lie was kiiocked 4fl
uy a, uackiug tram but uot killed.
The "Dan Valley Echo" is the tit!.,L
J Bew paper jast f tinted atLcaksville, N.
::'i.ft: u3 1 bmith, editor aud oropiietdr.
- Tho wheat crop of Kausas this rear
. will be light. It was reported at 5O0OU,i
f Oitl) bushels last year, but it is ronjedt
nml it will uot exceed SO tOO.OUU tl
-r ,r 1 1
3 ; xuey nave: an ice lactory in Itaieigft
which is to turu oaV leautiiul
TI:ere werejH'ariy SCO wngon witlt to
bacco iu Winston one day last week,
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There are thlrtr-two ;toba(jco factories
i Winston, giving employ ment to about
3,000 operatives. j j - .
'J- .. . "'.rv- : i
Collector- Diiwd will enter upon the
duties of his office the 1st of June, defer
ring to riie4iie8ent;iicumbeiit: Cooper,
the collection of the": May taxes.
Joseph P. Caldwell, editor Siateaville
Landmnri, has Iieeu appointed by the
GbVtof'ii'idi'rrcloi fid the AVesteru Io
saue.1 Asylum.; It is a good appointtiient.
Mr. Caldwell Woes nothjng by hhlves.
- Washington! Letter.
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From Oar Regular Correspondent.
Wakiiikgtox, D. C.i'Aiu-i! 1188$,
The President ha3 at last given a
public recention. If
thing it was at least sweltering, for the
tnermometer naa taKen a suuuen leap
tfiwnrd tho Tiinrtifs ntid ladipa rano-hi
in their winter wraps found ljttle rivn-
exquisitely kalsomined cheeks. The
reception was a throughly democratic
one, and was attended .by many old re
sidents who had not pet their, fooVin
the White House sincethe last bachelor
president left it twenty nve years ago.
if Queen Victoria or Sheba had been
the expected guest, tlje White House
could not have len more beautifully
DreDaml and decorated than it was for
the reception. The Government con
servatories had been stripped of their
floral wealth"" to decorate and j perfume
the grand .Last Hoom. ; The president
worked his arm like a veteran.! He hnft
now been . president" long i enough to
nave ootten fi!snnna in. ime in thp
midst of the performance, after he had
shaken 2 92 hands, he called for a glass
of water, or at least it looked like water,
and thus refreshed he resumed his labors
and finished with a round six thousand.
The belief is very general that we are
on the eve of very important changes
in B large number of (jrovernment of
fices. The new cabinet has now been
in office Ions enough! to become an-
quainted with some of the more flagrant
aDuses or power long practicea oy the
party of moral ideas. President Cleve
land desires reform, and the introduction
of honest business methods in the trans
action of the Government business.
Does he ezpect his cabinet and heads
of bureaus jto bring about reforms
through the -same agencies by which
frauds and corruptions have been creat
ed? ;..;( ;
Why did -Mr. Cleveland select new
Cabinet oScers, aud Democrats, too?
Simply because he jde$ired and the
country expected that l the true and
tried friends of the principles and poli
cies upon which a majority rallied tfo
his supnort and secured his el erf inn
should De selected to assist him in ' ex
ecuting thatlrust according to the de-
tojeree. . ; ' .
ml Do not the same reason a T.sf. wnv
and enemies. '1 he heads cf bureaus
are fettered by subordinates doggedly
opposed "to them. There is but one
remedy, and that was announced in the
campaign and accepted by the people
"Turn the rascals out." j;
Frauds have been perpetrated syndi-
uiuesiortue purpose? ot;. plunder and
robbery have been formed, have grown
strong, and still exist under the1 sdme
subordinate officers who mit-p thpm lnVth
nourishment, and strength. Take the
otaies auathq Territories.
Millions of ceres cf land have been
fraildlllentlv entered. xn!n
Government, actual settleb defrauded
anil Kin-, I - l "i f,
uv uugs xuimui lor piunaer, controll
ed by the Republican officials now in
power, aided and abetted bv
rmocrats, many of whom arp now trying
tu wiurw ana airecc the appointments,
with the express purpose of perpetuating
the same ways' f under another name.
Many of thi3 class of Democrats' are
"civil service reformers' that is, they
desire their thieving Republican con
federates to stay in.
The manv navv -Yarn's! h
nothing belter than republican politi
cal fortresses, lit is a fact' not ceneral-
i-lT fc 13 fact Senefal"
'y known that we vith oiirshnm noW
l . "- ' J ,
maintain more niiw vard ,n n
ass naval power. The3e navy yards
are now receiving the especial attention
(rf Secretary Whitney, and in future
ekctions the Republican wiltJ shorn
of this; powerful element of political
Government employes are very much
dturbed over a report that the new
administration vill curtail their sum
mer holiday. Heretofore very clerk
has been given a vacation cf thirty
days with pay every summer. This va
cation has bsen given notwithstanding
the fact that the clerks had done' little
work during the year, anqi that the
WOrk in thft TWnrfmrtWo !r i
arrears. xow it 13 pronosed to n-Ivi
vacation only in those offices anH l n
reaus whr. h. Ji l?Ii5 11
A . ' Ii
I - s uao uvea HUIifSV-
ly. performed and kept up tddate. This
Will ha on niimmkl 1. 'A ' -ii
- -v. i uie, as 11 win sti
mulate the offices to do their, work, and
make them uncomfortable places for
habitual shirks. - . j ,
Mr. J. TWebb, of Statesville, ves-
qJ over Zves of
A. W. Ihurstou and daughter at the
I resbyterian chupeh a 200 monument,
wluch by far the finest ui Hickory!
it stands eight feet aboyc the ground.
Piedmont Press. ' .r j
College, retires from that institution in
7ac ur umok wnere he
expects to redde in tho - f utureCAar.
vi vi t r. it i .1.. w 'ni d t .? ttat
'"vo'J "? jxwtence. of worms, a few
Z r JLunncr 8. lnd'aa Ycrwiluee will
Sprjnsr Term of 1885, of Kowan Snpe-
perior Conrt.' '
Defobe His Iloxon A. A. McCor, Judge,
COMUKXCIXG MOXDAT. 25TH OP MAT,
1835. '':, .; ' s: u:y-; ' V . -
Monday,. Tuesday, nnd Weilnenday, the
r m . . t .ft tmr . m m
xoiu, mmi unu n aiay 1020. "
- CIVIL DOCKET. .
Thursday, May 22th, 1883.
No. 6 J, J. Mot t vVJh n id iiifar.
U J P Parks vs ElizalMHli Pail.
13 SiiiwKliiUirPoul HoUhoiiser.
1C P J Willw flif. v. ja A Burroogha
m ml A .... ' -
17" L L Lunn v Perry Shermer.
18 Niiney Ii Boyd v Henry A Boyd.
20 Maltha JiueR viii Haltcrt .Totifft.
21 Henry T. Jordan vs J M Monicie and
22 Calvin Jordan vs J M Monroe and
J D Click.
Friday, May 297.
23 Pollr Honw? vs Rohuul Kiik.
26 CVmVit of Kuivan v.-Geo. Achenbach
28 F J Mtriiiiiiiflcr vk L Graff.
SikKPKsejaauf AdinV v8 Wileon Kes-
ler. i -
33 G W Cowan vs W F Lackey, adm'r
or ii j bionn.
35 R 11 Crawford vh Black iner & Tuj
lor. , -
7 Stephen Byers vs John Kerr.
;3S C V Goodi igl.t vs II J Ovei.cash.
41 MX' Miscnhtinier vs P A'SirTord,
SatiiKftay, May 30th.
42 Davis & WOvy v E A Paiks. etals.
43 jKnbellu A Lf
izer J V Leazer.
,44 Emma J Leazer vr J W Lfaizer.
45 David Earnhiiit vk A A Bostian.
4b do. do
vs M A Bostinn,
47 Robt. Chanibe
rs vs Thus. Mahaley.
43 Henrietta MeXtely vs L Blacknier
51 J W Phillips yU Geo. A Shenck.
52 John W PuteeM vm F A Donahn.
53 J F Ross vs R&D Itiilroad Co.
154 P A Frerck vs M L Aiey.
Monday, June I, ll885 State Docket.
1 I . Tuesday, June 2d. .
155 F A Donalm vs John V Poteet.
157 J & H Hrah vh Cnuvfoid Cnlp.
159 John A Chrisiv vs V M Nialetals
m J In. Polls v W X C Railroad Co.
1G1 Pidly Bird vs John Fisher and Leon,
1C2 Jo1m W Smith vs Ocha B Smith.
163 W R Warner, admV ot H C AVarnei
vs W N C Railroad Co.
161 C A McLean v J F McLean, adm'r
f G W McLean.
1G5 Luke Blacknier vs R R Crawford.
Wednesday, June 3rd,
1C6 Sarah R Taylor vs Paul B Tavlor.
167 Y W Gales et als vs Marv Pet'tjurew
109 J D Gaskiil vs A II New so in.
171 John F Aner vs Corn's of Snlisbnfv
174 1 A Uonulieiiour vs 4
73M L Bean vs
174 T II Vaiiderfonl vs
175 Conghenour &. Shaver vs CouiVs ol
1 J II New nan et als ex parte.
2 John Hughes, ndm'r of' J Eilis vs J
' G Fleming & D Fleming, adm'is.
3 E Mauney it Son vs Jos MarshalL
4 Jos Dobson vs 8 McD Tate.
5 E H Marsh-vs T J Merncv.
7 Ricliniond Pearson &. J M Cloud vs
A 11 lJoyden et als.
8 Columbia Boydeu vs N A Boyden
10 J N B Johnson hIh! vif. T.
11 L V Brown vs Williahis Brown.
12 31 L Holmes vs R A Caldwell et als.
15 Tho Niblock vs D A Fink.
19 J P Gown a nnd wife vs Jim Carson.
24 John D Young vs R & D Railroad.
-:o J no. a ISoyUeiHvs Geo. Mowerv.
27 Jno. V -Phillips vs Joshua Phillips.
31 Columbia Boyden vs A Boyden
et nls. ,
32 Con tea Bros, vs John Wilkes.
34 W H Bean adm, of Polly Bean, vs
3t5 Walton Whauu & Co. vs Bernhardt
40 A P McEwcn vs J H Jones.
50 Sallie Jackson et als vs II Parks,
153 Slate ex n l Magaiet Smith vs B T
Thompson et als.
163 3 S Henderson ex'r of C McLean vs
Thomas B Long.
In thecall of the Calendar, any cases
not reached and disposed of on the ap
pointed day, goes oyer to be called on the
next day,, and iu precedence of cases set
lor tfie next day. -Witnesses not allowed
fees until the day appointed for tho cases
in which they are snj ce:ied. Cases on
the Motion Docket will b he :i I'll mttwt-
ing to the
eonvenience of the Court.
For the Watchman.
Mr. Editor: Will von nllotv m tn r i -
through thje Watchman a page of mvex-
jienence wuii nanipsT It lnay be profita
ble leading to some of your subscrirers
who live along the railroads.
Some time wnce in the. gloaming of a
Sabbath evening, when nature ami all
her works were Kinking into rest, and
whei.I felt thatsweet sadness" peculiar
to this sacred reflective hour, a voice at
my gatexRtaitlcd me: "
"Sir, please let me see yon a moment !"
I obeyed Mne. polite request ami wrts
told by the gentleman, that he was from
California: that lie left
ago in company with onei f h is em ployeesl
uu was going iast to claim his sweet
V", c"c omiuu ior washing
,n ""rt"1 bm4es that they hac
J'" as Richmond, Va.f to-
t' r if I. 1 1 .. 1... ....... . ...
tetner. where Ins cmni-niii.ih i-.i.l.i i.;.J
01 hoiueiiunurwisin intnev, sotueiewelrv
nnd his iK'st eiothin-r. All this hud
more w.ith an honest face y steel -era vj
eye that never wavered nor withdrew it's
ri.en, "Would yon be so good hs to
give me a place to sleep to-night T I can
not ad you to give ,e bread only a
place. to lay -my headi I have walked
troin Lexington, N. C, irliere mv remain-
in lands gave out ; mv feet are verv
sore, and I aw all Jmt exhausted. I have
relatives niiar CliarlwttA who t know will
supply ine with the money I need. There
I vvillgo to-morrow, or to-night should
you , refuse me shelter, tor my shame and
imirhhatioii at being in this predicament
?s snch that I can not lace another stran
ger with this stoiy,"
jJsliow an unfeeling front to tramps.
But lojtened under this nnrralire, and
more from the man's K!iMi,,x r..i : 1
erioent emliarmRsniohr . i.s
... v piiuii i, His uohij
fteieriiieiessy 1. wan relentless; 'I
uiii acroiuuioiiateoii. sir n
t - t;.i. 1 1; V - " '
Will, kin .1 . ? ' J"
.yi?uj laciytic uaame 1
'GOOd eVt!nijir" anil II
resumed my easy chair oh the porch.
1 here I reflected : This man's manners
pre faukless his eyo is honest; his skin
is fair his coat, thongh vroro in places, in
intact his Uneu gmKl and uusoiled ; his
Rhwsio new, a,,d he i lame, lie i not
a, professional tiamiCTPerhaps I am in
J ii ring; myself, steeling uiy heart to pitv
and compassion, forgetting the second
great conimandmei-.t in turning avray this
. Wif.rconi heier -
I thtin exidaintd briefly the case to her.
Sluvlljl ride up the road and bring that
man back f " ; s - -
VHow-comW Votl iefu.se himf Yes, goT
I overtook him half a mile away. Thor
ougdyi relented, I offt-reu him my horse
lo retni n on. This he declined, but thank
ed utv deeply, in words and lok for mv
reconsideration of his case. He walked
tyiine jhome. - ' :
f ueii we ate sa per. I soon dLcoven d.
mat lie was to a degree cultivated and
refliied;, though not thoroughly educated.
He was n c!isc observer and luul travel
ed ai great len. Repaired to the draw
ingroom, our guest procured from his
satchel n pair of handsome si ipers iu
which he incased his miich-snfffciiug feet.
Then all gathered around our log"
file, aud for two hours my good wife and
I listened to the mauy interesting aud
wonderful things the gentleman told us
about California her mineral wealth, her
eiant trees, her vegetable ruod I1ft. 1)11-
climate, tropical fruits.' and all. Mv
"better half at once proposed to emi
rrate to tlw P,wiHf .iia.m,i
r? - - -" a nvt j iiiiii..- triiit
changed ber mind njiou the receipt; of a
tier iroin Ualitotuia, y'
After breakfast next moiuinir. our cnesr
eft his card, and m oini.i-il fn ko.,.! ,12
when lie got home a package of pure Chi
na tea. and sonic of his ovn ill icit f. iiirv
and with hearty thanks Lade us adieu.
In n few day postal cartl from Char
lotte tojd hs he 1 ai found his friends.
As tlie weeks flew by how anxiously
my wife looked for the promised tea I It
nerer came, and then we -on liiilti to
write to the Postmaster of hisuldiess to
iunuire about iiiiu. Ami mII.iI iia Post
master :c(ttld tell us nboutom- h.-indsome.
agreeable, honest, uut'oitnnate guest wiis
that he! didn't Jinow him : could -Hud no
one whi did know him, and had received
lots ot just snch letters as mine from
many of the States, whero lie had mac
ticed greater frauds than he did on me.
9 1 - ....
.uorai. lie ware ot all tramps.
President Davis1 Okderly. fr.
Wm. H. Daaver. iier.sinn n wrif is ati
gaged in. prosecuting the claims of Mr.
Andrew) ackson, 83 years of age, who
lives oil Hominv in this count v. Mr.
Jackson "was a member of Co. A., 4th
U. S. Artillprv. in thr MpYinn war
and was under the immediate command
of ex-President Jefferson Davis, serv
ing as that officer's orderly. He was in
a number oi engagements, having been
snot m: tiie neck, leg and toot at the
battle of Vera Cruz. On the mfirrh to
the citv of Mexico he was taken sick
with the vellow fever, which left, him
nearly blind and he ha,s never fully re
if . . i . ......
coverea.ins signt, and it is in consequence
cf this! partial disability that be is
now presenting bis pension claims.
An Atlanta w holesale merchant comes to
the front and exclaim : "I am near sixty
years of i age, am a merchant of this city,
and claim considcrnble. experience: For
many yi-ars my kidneys have luiven me
mat trouble, attended" with much pain.
My appetite failed and general h. alth de
clined. jNotlnng that monev eouhl secure
::ave me refit f until I used B. B. B.. which
was magical on me. I say to you, old man.
ouni man, if your kidneys yive you any
trouble, use one bottle rf B. B. B. snd be
cured on my recommendation.' A. L. D.
NOT STRANGE BUT TKUE-Worms
do exit in flie human body and are often
the cause of disease and dyath. Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge will destroy and expel
them frofn the system.
B 673 Ussa Sm Eb Hi 1
j IS STILL AT THE
Corner of Kerr & Lee Streets
wilh afuIUlne Of DRY GOODS and OROCERICS.
Also keeps a First Clas3 BOARDING HOUSE.
Call and see him. 2S:piy
; J. It. ri-IXCIPAL, j
Graduate; of Wake Forest College, and also at;
:tne University or Virginia. ;
137" i rmo.v, to to $1 5 per session of 5 months.
The only school ia i bis section that teaches
tiie UniTCrtilty of Va: mnhoda. Vigorous ex-1
tensive, thorough. The cheapest school lathe
U. S. where tnese world-renowed methods are:
taught. -Good lioaid only J6 per month. j
siiy' Address, c II. Maktin, Prln.
OF (LAND I
By virtue of executions, issued from the
superior ijourt oLlredell Countv. a-ainst
the lands iof James B. Woods in favor of
Trejitrtn Rubber Works, J. W. Card well &
Co., E. L. Tunis & Co., Bickfbrd & Huff
man, Watkins. Cattrell & Co.. Sm'l a R
Cook & Ci., and Malin Plow Co., I will sell
at toe court ilousa door m the town of
Salisbury,' on the
First Hondav in June.
It being the 1st day of June next, the fol-
losing tract or land, situated in the Coun
ty of Uowun and described as follows:
One tract Containin-r Two Hundred Aerea
of land, more or less, adjoining the lands of
uonn Lieazer, Wm. bmith, James Corner and
others, add known as the "D. K. Woods
tract of land." Terms of sale cash.
i I 0. C. Kill DEB, Sheriff.
April 30, 1885.-1 m
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7?oIr7, That in the death of Brother
John H. Lewis the Mns4ns of Salisbury
have tost one of their lest meinbeis j so
ciety inie of its brightest oriiameiitkiid
his family one of the best of husbiUids
and. protectors. : r :r -rfv - T
Iiesolced, That we 'sympatltize j most
deeply with hi heieavtMi family, ail that
the meinleis of Ful toti Lmlge A. Fi .& A.
M, wear the usual badge of mourning fur
thirty days. - ' . . , j- . :
JiesoUcd, That a page of our Rerord
Book -be lesptntfully dedicated to his
memory, and that a copy heitMif be sent
to the family of the deceased, aud ijlso to
the tow n piiMrs with a request to be pub
lished. J. II. RAMSAY, ) n 1
, w v Tivr...p rcomiiiit-
JOHN BEARD. S fc
April 231835. , j
.- I ;
Destroy that Siox. One may feel that
he's gelting oldbut -fie natural lyvdislTkes
that anything alout his appearance should
advise others of the fact.xYet f nothing does
this so elfectuaHy as Uiin and falling hair.
No woman wants. io'inurrv vi. man o'ntl Im-
iness firms hesitate to employ a man, who
shoWS this f.it:il sirrn T.. il-nr'. U.,;i nl
-P5 - a nwi iiau Aiur
sam isAvorth to you, in tnis rejrard,jmore
than its weight in diamonds. !!, t nml
have plentiful and glossy hair. Many have
unu every iracc or grayncss removed and
bald spots covered by using a siugle liottle.
The notice required by section 3783 of
the Code is here given to qualified voters
of the Town ot Salisburv, N. C, tliat on
Monday the 4th day of May, 1885, ao elec
tion will be held in the Various polling
places of the Town, to wit : - i
In the first or North Ward, the ballot
boxes will be at the Court House in the
window of the Sheriff's Office, next the
In the 2d or South Ward the ballot box
es will be in the window next the street of
Wm. M. Barker's Trimming Kooni at his
In the 3rd or East Ward, the ballot box
es will bo in the window next the street of
the Mayor's Office.
In the 4th or West Ward the ballot box
es will be in the side door next the street
in Messrs. Hedrick's Building adjoinin"
Robert Murphv's brick store house. 1
Said election beinr for thn nnm
electing a Maorand eight Commissioners,
for the Town of Salisbury, N. C, for the'
term of two years. ending May, 1887.
The Books for Registration will be open
only three days Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday before the election. Every
person thatTdesiris to vote in this election
will have to register in his proper Ward.
By order of the Board of Commissmius.
This April 20th. 1885.
J U H N A. RAMSAY, lU vor.
P.N. Smith Clerk. ...-'
Notice to Settle:
All persons indebted to the estate hf Mrs.
Julia L. Smyth, deceased, are requested to
make immediate settlement : and i all ,p r
sons havMig claims against her estate are
notified that they must present them to the
undersigned on or before the 22nd .f April.
188(5, or this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. I
Ex'rs of Julia Sm vth.
April 21st, 1865. Civ ; "
Under an order mid license granted to
me hy the Superior Court of Hoivnn county.
I will sell nt public auction on tlw pniu
ics, on S.VTUUDAY. MAY 23. Ih3. n
Tract of Land hclonin to the estate of
my intestate, John M. Brown, Senior, ad
joining the lands of J(din W. Leazer, .opliia
McLean, and others, in Attvell Toivnship.
-on the head waters of Coddle Creek, con
taining nlmut 48 ai res, with hvellinr and
out building; Sold tor assets. Credit
dven for six months with interest from
day of sale. Bond and rood security re
quired, and title reserved till paid for.
S. B. 1IABT, Adm'r.
April 23, '85. 27:4t
By virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in
Trust, executed by J. K. Burke and wife
to J. C. Cowan, dated the 8th day of
March J883, and registered in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Bowau County,
in Book . No. 63, page b8, &c, and upon
which default has been made, I will ex
pose for sale at public auction, at the
Court House door in the town of Salis
bury, on the 4TH DAY of MAY 1835, at
12 o'clock, M., tho following real estate.
to wit; A lot of land situated in Salis
bury, adjoining the lands of A. fc. Johnson
.Mrs. Sliophia Thomas and others, -Jbeing
the lot 011 which J, K. Burke now resides
and iu the West Ward of the town of
Salisbury. Terms Cash. Dated at Sal
isbury, this 17th day of March 1885.
J. C. COWAN, Trustee.
N. B. It, will be noticed that the above
sale has be;n postponed till Monday,' the
4th of May next. The property will Ue of
fered in lots to suit purchasers. For; fur
ther particulars call on J. W. Mauney, or J.
K. Burke. J. C. Cowan, Trustee.
April 20, 1885. 2w j
SALE OF LAND!
M ! .
On Monday the 4th day of May 185, 1
will sell to the highest bidder, at the Court
House uoor in the town of SalisLiry, at
the hour of 12 o'clock, a tract of Lnd,
known as tho Polly Jlartnjan Land, it
being the same devised. by the said Polly
Hartman to Solomon Kctchcy and other?,
containing 154 acres more or less, hin"
and situated in the township of JJ taker.
"This is a valuable tract of land
well 'located and within a few miles of
TERJld OF SALE One-half cash, the
other within six months from date of sale.
The deferred payment to ' be secured by
bond and ;ood security. By order of Ithe
Superior Court of Rowan. , )
KERB CRAIGE, ComV.
April 1st, 1SS5. 4:tds.
. m -. 1 pin. ii 9 .
tnrl!:in "V fTmfv.'Ti trlion mir rhihlron tliniv 1
.the first symptoms of worm-. Yoa caonot
earnest ana to Kin. , x
Bale ! I
1SER MEMBER Opf OUR FIRM
has for (burleon years made tho Wen,-,., vl
sab of. fertilizers ;a specially,
rXli "r our ' ur uearu 01 ertilizor in ihM
faUms given as genbral Sood" 'g
anil cnhcfnAf;. ll . v'u CS 1 f
BramK r j It is prepared
most reliable mfinnfnofnrorc t.. ?w
and we guarantee the
equa tetany that has
better. Lot, t Lnool,
4"Call on bur agents arid see certificatp
Ima and Viroinin
J. Allen Browx, Agent, )
balisbury, N. (X 25:2m
ATTENTION, GOOD 1M., .
Of Steele and surrqundinj; townships!
Having been wiitii and among you for the
past two ycars I have studdied your intei
ests and necessjti'es and can assure you. tliat
my General Stck of Merchandise is always
complete and iip to your" wants in everyiiM,ule 8oes (Well and Water
particular, and my . Alsr, agooj lineof SadJI.s, lMSt
and Gearing, just r.n.iv, i 'qitAmha:-.
ROCS 30TTOH PRICES clocks. Sto h 1 h?. MoT
will compare favorably with Salisburv, Con
cord or Moorciville, aud respectfully ask
your favors to convince you that I mean
business. Mv itK-k consists in
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings,
(Jloaks, Shawls, Hats, &c.
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Boots
anV Shoes fori Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys
and children, afid wan anted to ivc satis
faction. "Also a line of Pure Family Gro
ceries, such as pure Sugar, the best Coffee,
the bcst-Chewirigand Snicking Tobacco,
Suuff.'and (as mir Representative said) the
best Cigar outsde of Salisbury.
imd eouuty to
to oi nsspon.l ri(h us. Tofunaprsons .nd other
bM . oarrj muj.v uJnntc Mth n, a lrieiin
E5J a -ONION SETS at
ENNISS1 Drug & Seed Store.
Th.? firm of J. S. McCubhins & Co. has
heen'thin lay dissolved by mutual consent.
J.'S. MeCnbTiiioj having bought the entire
intereot -of ThouVas .MurjMiy in books, stcek
and assets and sjissuni"d all the liabilities.
AI! persons indebted to t lie firm are earn
estly requested -' to call iiiiuieiliafe'v and
make settlement. If rliev arc unable to pav
now. perhaps yq can renew until' fail.
This 1st dav of Man h. IS80.
5- , J. S. McCUBBlNS,
i THOS. MUUI'IIY.
'ew & Fres
J. S. MdOUBBINS, Sr..
Will continue the business at the Old
Stand, having tlqsed out all the old stock.
His present stot ki Entirely New, and Avill
be offered on rcfieonahle terms for Cash,
Barter, or-firsf-rbss Mortgages. '
Those who coud not pay all their mort
iraires last year ipay renew, if papers are
satisfaetorv-and appliance is made at once
HLS STOCK CONSISTS OP
Dry Goods,? Groceries Boots
and Shoes, Hcit3, Clothing, Con-
fectioneris, Crockery, Drugs, Bacon, Lard,
Corn, Flour, Feed dnd Provisions of all
kinds, with a full ine. of
High Grade! Fertilizers,
as cheap as the cheapest. You will do
well to see him before purchasing else
Salisburv, April lst, 1885. 23:tf
TO THE MILLING PUBLIC!
liaving n roc 11 red an automatic
inir and reuisteiihi: uiachine which w
guariantee to work accurately, I have de
cided to give 40 lbs. of good flour for GO
lbs of good, clean vheat, or a sack for
eiery 2 bushels of wheat; and will. sat
isfy the tiio'Mt faKtidiou that no unduo
amount is wsisted u cleaning. Your pat
ronage is Kolicited
In addition, let lis add that tvm ran fur.
IHSll lUtltleH WIM12 aiioiccoi'tA 11 Buitui wi
. 1 1 1 - -. . . . . .111 inn
erade of flour our FAVOR1TF" bi -nl
fJi : 1 r V 'AfUKllJi liiaod,
Wllli'll. If lint iu simitf !... n
brand!., is swectertand moro ntitiicious.
anil ounc 10 SiitiRty the most tnsfid hiik
1 . . . ..
. . . r- . .
oieulary taste, whilo wo oner it
c,ra,r than mostncy brands. AH we
ask i ive it f iial.'
NOTICE TOf CREDITORS!!
All persons havfng claims against the
estato-of James A.IArev are hcrehv nofJ.
tied to present the afrmc to the undersigned
on or before the lOth daj of April 183G or
this noticn will L.,i:,l ; V. " ? '
uUI ,j UlCif
recovery. J. Wl -MAUNEY. AdmV.
April 8th, 18S5, 25itJt.
Adminislrator's Notice !
T f open at wo.'i", .
qualified S as administratrr -ofHlings to open at $373.00; ftn,s;;' (
iJer, dee'd:, I hereby notify all ! 50 acres, biddings to open at y
LVin claims against the said! Terms-one third cash '
John A. Snider,
OI)8 havuiir equin a na;n.
- - - tiiiiriii 1 1 1 c 1 1 1 m me o
the 3d ftf Atiril llcot
to exhibit them fo me ou or
-; W. F.NIOER,
of JOIIV . avincn
jDt .1 April 2J, ISFSjj 34;Ct. -
after our fefohhutfe
standardthis year 'sHR
ever been prepared
r. ;,ic 1 ' c u lot
l . w mj u k "l . ill 1 I T 'l v. 3
J. 0. MILLER
BLACKMER, N. c'
My Hardware line is cknlfJ ,
blcshovel Ihms, BoitRin
points, XaiH, Rod?. II(,
ractiKeep evervthmg usually rllnil'0l
... ' r ' " ' 11 Vi'n ,;..f;i
class store, nd Will make it
taffe U come sirt.1 i ."'"r,(,vu-!
K , . "'I
r ...i - ...x. iK u e vou LB
i niivu great pleasure n shoti mr ,
and in giving a'll the St
to inycusti inert.- Mvr,"?.i ."i ,)0iW
of Tin and Glass ware ,rc c M,pSe
J.!!mJlMirIrbt:cie Prince ..uotatioM
uin" " houses orth knJ '
th.ngyou have for sale rm a 'Sc 7
a bale of cotton. Res,M,-,imi?i
March 10. 1835WANW:
IWTE ril.I 1 ElifT AGEXTS
sell o.ir VOVVL.AU NEVV BOUKS aud FAMnv
?j lbe'r. Wwrt
lllr occupi. will Ui.d it to their ioterert
of BwUina- money and of wlf eultnn. M'ritof, rL'.l
R3D C. OIL, Chsap-
: At rwisj.
"Cr cH:tr Kt; nt till ha- ulepn, Jliartiial i
every arc dignity chd loit
So appeared Mother Eve, audJo
iunc net lair Meseeii.l ini.wnli li tti
ereiVe of i'oihiiu.ii m-usc, care iiil iri.
jtr treatnien!.- Ai. euci nutm uuitex
uf I't-uialf comijIyiniKitrc iin c il rais.
cd hy disturbances or suppression (ifr
me Mtuxtrul i; iHiciion. f u etay mtl
eiiseth tt KjcrliB" and nnf iling ritifii',
Bn a on eld's W 5t lb K;guli tor,
will efleet4reli-f ;i nil t irre. i
It i from llit recfi;eof a nu didtin-
.nii-lhMl plivKidaru It is c( inociof
firicllv officinal inredinit whoKt-1 q -ha-ppycoinbitiation
lias never been snr-j m i
oashfd. Il is nretKired wltli cientitin? r
-kill fionvthe finest material. Itbrr:S :
the ttnlm for constancv of slreneiLJI
certainly of effect, eleaiue of nrtpaiv!
Htion, beauty of appeareurt at.d rein P '
fa vor is genuine. -It never fails whrn 2
fairly tried. ;K
J j Cartersville Ga.
This will Certify thai two memhtr
of mv immediate fnmilv. after havine M
snfleiin" for manv year from menflru-
a irreanlarity, nd Jia vinuLeen treat-
ed without benefit hy varfom merfictli
doctorn, were at lenili eowpkhty cured r
bjrone bottle of Dr. Bradlitld'sFtmal!
nej(Mla(or, UsHtect in stiiii casei
t rn 1 v wonderful, hnd well mav tlierfm.
ecly be c.-dled "Woin'n P.ert Friend."
: Jas. W. Stkaxge. !
Send for onrbriok on t he "Ilea Ith sndj
Hapineps of Woman." Mai!tdfie. j
liRAPFIEl-P l.EGUI.ATOR l O.: f
' Atlanta, fit- I
l"m Vf-rr. ft fWrinji. TARE
JU.Kt, Uk PAYS TRK FKklbHIf I
Paid as I. taU WmtBU frw. All tu J law. nl
CF BIRCH AMTOlf.
vjiiTni.' . TJ
lor workinj people. Seed W cc5.
fige. and we will inall jjj'J At m:.
VAluableample box ot "L m0-
pui you In lUO way erf ma: ins "iJihle t
pv in si fw rim than vou ever ttiouj.nn' ,
v. Vmi f1 n li v .
; anr buslaess. capital not require. 1 iime.A11
I JL , . j 11. uiicCHS7ta. 1 ""Tk.
ew days than you ev
;ss. Capital not req
tarnrtr In urn rf t Imp A!
bnUt-HAx. of all asm. irandlv .mje.-'' '' ha
: easll7 earned every e'"- Vt
wain, wurik uiy if&w mc uuiuro - - . ipwi
i n7wrrt,aiJ m ,,11 are not wt-11
r.llalArl fifTor- Tn tvllO are n'H
we wm Kena ; to pay ror ie i . mtae.
tmv .hmlnrlcun. fr rill Will) Stall ill f
delay. Ad-lress Stj.vson i Co.. I'rtiaiiu. y.
virtue of addcree of t he Sq'JJ
! P ,
i John Lingle and ot
fiiuitv. Ill t'ic
A. Jjingle anaomeis, 1 awreoc
... .1... .4x.rrif.nfe of iaw;.. .
i wil yen h
premises at ine imc v iivofJ'
Linale, decd., on Satur.lay. i th ia
1885. at 1 o'clock at puJ ,
Lot No 1-123 acres-v ln"tK-. 'L liJ
open at f U62.50, Lot'o. ' a-
000. 1 .
Terms-one third cumi ,4y of
twelve months wHh jintcre .
?ale at the rate ot eight Vri
. I . .h.tA
The sale will oea...--
j April 11 tb, 183. 2G:U.j
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