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THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1885.
. 0. Synod, Roidsvillo, Tobacco, &c.
Reicbmlle, Oct. 20. The members
The Mockevilte Bailroad.
fn t.he Macedonian crv of
the Ztom Ttjn, to come over and helpJ
them, a delegation went to Mocksville
to listen to and meet those people half
wiv on any railroad proposition they
might have to- make. But instead of
J being listened, y were asked what
! they had to offer"? Onr people had no-
- . . m i ii v - .
Taey went to Lavie on
rumnnRincr this boa v. many or tnem,
5 . Jl l i-K. PivuKt'forian nhlirrdl fit this
f pice, at 4 p. m., and enrolled their thing to offer. They w
iKW xT u.?,:0, maa ,r,fo I invitation, as follows:
names. o uiuei uiisniwa no . ,
QETy meeting was informal, a gen- that: Rowan send to Mocksyille a dele
craland shaking ! being the order of gation of her representative business
I-Wr men to meet a like delegation of the
tfoenouf, ... . ..jl ,.Lii.lcort of Davie.
1 lA Ji m thor nwiswm Mm. wnen "c i '- . -r'
I B I f M . lit t-M 1 .A N W - - - - a-AB ".-
m w r" " I -
not onlv to discuss the feasibility, but
the absolute practicability of going to
work at once to build the road'
And again : "We must and will have
It was -a doctrinal dis-r proper eommumcuwuu
lerciai worm aim il ounsuuiy uuu i
b rfdirin Moderator. Itev. P. I.Pen
' ick, of Mooresville, Concord Presby
tiMkd m-Mb! the ooeniiir sermon, ta
king his text from two books Til
tli v and Acts
... 1 ,i a :,.,3,-.-.,.,cv.r flo i mercial w
I STS", Uhink it to her interest to assist in the
vs. m fc7 . , A t I i-Umm r.. will Anr of fotl-
tlftO- tlliei uilMJ, L lieu wum uuiw wul vjnw-
tion ejsewnere. VV e nave tne trade to
lif k un the construction of the link
Overman, Wilson Trott, H. C. Bost,
John Foard, Thos. A. Bessent, John
N. Charlies, S. J. Tatum, J. A. Kelly,
T. Bailey, A. M. Booe. H. E. Robert
son, W. C. Wilson J. W. Wiseman, F.N.
Johnsonj Jas. M.. Johnson, S. A. Jarvis,
W. W. Barber, H. C. Coles, J. F. Finley,
N. R. G win, John Cooper, J. N .Foote, J.
A. Hampton, Dr. Leroy Hampton.
Thers being no further business the
meeting ' ad journed.
H. E. Robertson, Chair'n.
E. W. Mobixo, )
T. K. IBruneb, Secretaries.
R. EAjMES, Jr. )
of nraachinsr the dtinuisir.ns
rines of the Presbyterian Churdi. It
Was an able discourse, delivered in Mr.
Penick's clear and taripressivfi style.
and if Salisbury is not totally blind to
There were only 49 members present ! her interests she can see the benents at
last night, but after the sermsn, the ! a grance. inese are oniy a iew or
Moderator called the Synod to order, ! the many urgent things said bv the
IT23EiIj-IiL31. iu at- iic;t.. Davie Times, and it was presumed that
rIll t! lrl C I HIilL I if; til L .uv-.v -
For Uie Watchman.
A H:dd School.
Davenport College is located (as the
readers of the Watchman may or may
not know) in the picturesque little village , nmi ti n ofuWrnml lnwver. wn n
of Lenoir the County seat of Caldwell and tenced to imprisonment in the State's pri
The Ponaltj of Idleness.
In Raleigh, last week, a young man,
the errandson of a United States Senator
in order was the election of a Modera
tor and temporary clerk?. A number
f 0l persons were put in nomination for
Moderator, among them John W. Da-
it represented in some measure, at least,
the sentiment of the people. But how
different are the facts. The Davie peo
ple had nothing to say, except that
Vis, D. D.,'of Salisbury, and but for his ! they had better be "off with the old be-
i.di rv.cifir.n h wnn H hnvA lore tiiev were Oil nun UIC
ieen unanimously elected : but he in
fiisted that his pec uliarwork forbade his
. acceptance ot the place. Mr. L. J.
Alexander, of Orange Prebytery, was
elected to fill the chair.
mi Rev. J. A. Ramsay and J. H. Came
Ton, Were elected clerks. Synod then
jftdjoumed until to-morrov morning, 1)
o clock. -
Reidsville is one of the most remark
able towns in the Statejov rapid growth.
I Ten years ago it was scarcely more
than an ordinary way station, but now
has a population of four thousand; and
the solid and elegant character of tho
limpirovements factories stores and res
idencesshow that the people have
come here to Stay. Every thing indi
cates a prosperous and driving commu
There are nine or ten tobacco facto
ries here, and some of them complete
m every detail I am indebted to Mr.
Bampson for the privilege of going
through his large establishment. He
took pleasure in explaining the various
! and numerous processes from the: be
ginning to the end. This house han
dles a very large amount of the weed,
employing from three to four hundred
hands, paying out weekly trim 556a) to
$1200 for labor.
I am also indebted to Mr R. P. Rich
ardson, jr., for a visit to his smoking
tobacco factory, and was gratified to
witness the evident carefulness to send
Out a nice article in this line.
Oct. 21, 9 a. m.
Synod met on time and opend in
.usual form. Theiumber of members
was largely increased by the night
trains; and this morning on, taking the
vote for the place of next meeting of
Synod, the result was as follows:
i For Fayettville.35; Wilmington, 5;
So two facts were established by the
vote the large additional number of
delegates present, and Concord as the
place for the next meeting of Synod.
I he morning was chieliy occupied m
hearing reports, appointing committees
and making special orders for business
to come up hereafter mostly routine
Dr. J. W. Davis will deliver his lect
ure on China Missions to-night. The
church will be crowded to its utmost
President McKinnon, of Davidson
College will address the Svnod this af
ternoon on the educational interests of
the College. Many are anxious to
other words, that they had a line in con
templation, and that they must see
that out before they were ready to en
tertain a new proposition. Taking that
ground placed the Rowan delegation
in a sad plight the wind was out of
their sails they had gone to listen, to
say "yes, ' if you people intend to go
somewhere with your road, and you
want to come to Salisbury, I the people
of Franklin township and of Salisbury
are blind to no interest involving the
prosperity of their section and town:
they will help ; you may depend on
it. But no such answer" was needed :
"What do you propose to give us?"
they said. The delegates felt-that they
had. no authority to answer such a
question. The.mceting proved of but
httle importance; the only thing done
from which any results may be expect
ed was the calling together of the in
corporators to meet at South River, this
county, on the 17th. of Nov.
Election Frauds. It is alleged that
heavy frauds were perpetrated by the
Republicans in the recent Ohio elec
tions, apd several of the Democratic
clubs of Cincinnati have made up the
sum of 47,500 for the puporse of pros
ecuting the Chief of Police, who is ac
cused of failure in duty to arrest parties
accused of frauds. It is no new thing
for Republicans to corrupt the ballot
box. Tliey take to it like ducks take
to the Water. I et the Democrats lost
nothing: but rather made a gain on the
last year's election, when the Repnbli-
. . . . A ll
can majority tor tHame was sometning
over thirty thousand, it is a wen
known fact that Ohio is and has always
been a Republican State.
The constitutional amendment chang
ing the State election from October to
November was carried by a large ma
jority. The Manufacturers' Record, of Bal
timore, tkeeps a close watch on the pro
gress of improvements in the South,
and gives, from time to time, complete
lists of every machine erected in the
southern States. We quote from a late
number of it as follows:
Summing up the amount of capital stock
represented by our list of new enterprises
for the first niue mouths of 1885, we have:
Eailroad Two Meet-
West Virginia. .
The Statesville Landmark
back at the Watchman thusly:
"In The Landmark office, a year or
two ago, Mr. T. J. Hunter, of Concord
township, this countv, saw a piece of
corundum the first ho had ever seen in
his life. Afterwards he found a strahge
rock on his farm; he remembered to have
seen one like it in The landmark officej
and thus he at once inentified it as corun
dum. Comparison was of some account
Of course, there are exceptions to all
rule, and it was of rules, or of the
Landmark's suggestion, which, were it
put into practice, would become a rule
that the Watchman was speaking. The
Landmark must, after consideration,
agree that the suggestion would not be
beneficial as a rule, and therefore not
practical. It does not appear that the
Jpndmarli can see through a stone
TOry clearly, in fact, it begs the real
point at issue if 'issue" may be used
m this connection. The real error may
as well be pointed out. It was in the
omission of the word "only.- The
sentence should have read: "Not one
an in a hundred, not thoroughly eon-
ersant with the subject, would be able
identify corundum with the aid of
a half dozen specimens by comparison
ihespecimc gravity and hardness,
wnicn are not determined by the eve.
are points that mnst come into consid
eration, and either one or the other
frequently determines the mineral
where color and structure deceive. But
as the question the technique of the
field geologist is not of j general in
tereststhis subject must give place -for
more general news.
'!- -I I,': ! . . ' t,
The -Watchman thanks the Wil
mington Star for the exceedingly Tlat-
tenns compliment paid it recent
ly. To say that the Watchman is
"wisely and judiciously edited" is high
praise, and is appreciated, especially
when it eminates trooi the ba.t news-
apcr in the State.
A PROSPECT FOR ORGANIZED EFFORT.
Persuant to the Watchman's call, a
meeting of the citizens of Salisbury
gathered at the Courthouse on last
Saturday at noon. Hon. John S. Hen
derson was called to the chair, and T.
K. Brunei and Ii. Eames requested to
act as secretaries. The chair explained
the object of the meeting, which was-
to appoint delegates to represent Kow-
an in a Railroad meeting called to con
vene in Mocksville, on Monday the 10th
mstant, for the purpose of discussing
the possibilities of building a road to
connect the two towns indicated. The
Davie press had been most earnest in
appeals to Rowan to come over and
help, and indicating that the moneys
now appropriated to another road would
be turned toward Salisbury, should pro
per encouragement be given. The
chair, with the concurance of the meet
ing appointed the following delegates :
Wm. bmithdeal, A. H. rJoyuen, H. hi.
Robertson, S. H. Wiley, T. K. Bruner.
Theo. F. Kluttz, Col. V. N. Heijig, P.
P. Meronev, Hon. F. E. Shober, R.
Eames, L. rl. Clement, H. C. Bost, Mai.
W. Cole, W. T. Thouiasen, and Jack
On motion of T. K. Bruner, delegates
who could not attend, were requested
fo name their own alternates, and urge
such alternates to attend.
No other business, the meeting ad
journed. John S. Henherson, Chair'n.
T. E. Bruner, ) a . ,
R. Eames, Jr., 3Sects-
THE MOCKSVILLE MEETING.
The following named getlemen at
tended and represented Rowan, as dele
gates or alternates, m the meeting held
at Mocksville on last Monday : EL E.
Robertson, Col. P. N. HeiligP.P. Me-
roney, A. H. Boy den, R. Eames, Jr., L.
H. Clement, E. B. JNeave, J. W. Rum
ple, T. K. Bruner, H. C. Bost and Jack
mi " - mm m -
lhe meeting was called to order by
T. B. Bailey, Esq., in the Courthouse
at Mocksville. M. K Robertson was
made chairman, E. W. Moring, T. K.
Bruner and R. Eames, tVere made sec
retaries. Dr. J. W. Wiseman explain
ed the object of the meenting. J. A.
Vy llhamson, Esq., read the Act of Leg
islature amending the charter of the
The Southern Forestry Congress.
This congress will be held at Lakede
the tuminus of the C. & L. N. G. R. R
Davenport's past is well known to a large
number of people in Western N. C, but
in the present phase of its existence it is
a young shoot and deserves the sunshine
of patronage to enable it to spread it's
branches to the four winds and become a
giant institution of learning in N. C, if
not in the South. Lenoir might apprppri
tely be termed the portal to a lovely por
tion of our celebrated "Land of the Sky,"
and Davenport occupies aa eminence
over-looking this Arcadian village and
commanding an extensive view of the
encircling Hue hills with the lights and
shadows Tying so gracefully and lovingly
uponthem. An impression formed in the
village, would not suggest the rare beau
ty of one's surroundings at the College,
and even the fatigue of climbing the emi
nence on which it is built, does not fully
prepare one for the grandeur that bursts
in full force upon the visitor as he turns
at the main entrance and beholds the fair
"What scenes of high grandeur now loom to the
Northeast and southwest Is the region that's
Arounrt aad afar the peaks will arlse-
And point to their builder who lives in the skies."
Aside from the feast of beauty that greets
and refreshes one at Davenport, the
thoughtful person atonce concludes that
such a location must be conducive to
health. Then after inspecting the large,
well ventilated rooms, so very tastefully
and comfortably furnished, he is more
than ever convinced that here, the pupil
may drink fully from the fountain of
health and thus suitably equip herself for
the exertion of a deep dive into the wells
Last year (the first term of the school)
I am told, not a single case of sickness
occurred; and that the physician was in
the building professionally only twice,
and then only for a cold. In the list of
hygienic advantages Devenport possesses,
thte table deserves to be favorably men
tioned. The Principal seems to make it his duty
to see that the food is prepared in the
most digestible manner, and on the table
is fouud a nice variety of dishes.
Of course the main thing to be desired
in a College, isthe proper instruction, and
I do not see how any one could be dis
pleased with the course at Davenport
under the present corps of teachers. Mjr.
Sanborn (the President) after graduating
at a noted American College spent four
years investligating the methods pursued
in the best schools of Europe and in study
ing music at the Royal Conservatory at
Leipzig, at Burlin and at Vienna.
Mrs. Sanborn has charge of the vocnl
department and about her beautifully
trained voice top much could not be said.
She too, completed a thorough course at
Leipzig and has recently returned from
Berlin and Y ienna where she again studi
ed under the test masters. Her voice is
wonderfully powerful, clear and sweet
and reminds one of a mountain stream in
son at nam labor tor ten years. The
Judge, in pronouncing the sentence, re
minded him that his crime was the result
of idleness. The day has passed when
men can live on their family name. The
watchword of the. present is "work."
Our people look with suspicion upon liim
who seeks not to better Ids condition or
support himself either by brain or muscle,
and the spirit of the times demands that
the criminal be punished, whether born
in a mansion or in a negro's cabin. All
honor to Judge Clark and Solicitor Gallo
way, who have, by their adherence to du
ty, become a terror to evil-doers.
Plantations Submerged by a Tidal
savannah, October 12.-A strong
northern gale, which was blowing all day
yesterday, caused a tidal wave in the
Savannah river at noon, and another at
10 p. m. The rice plantations are all sub
merged, the banks are badly broken, and
the crop is all under water. The loss is
estimated at from 60 to 75 per cent. Hutch
inson Island, opposite Savannah, is inun
dated, and all of the residents came over
to the city last night. The rice crop along
the Ogcechee and Satilla rivers is also
damaged, and many fields will be a total
loss. The heavy rain has flooded the
country south of here, and the track of
the Savannah, Florida and Western rail
road is washed out in several places. A
freight train ran into a washout near
Folkeston, and the engineer and fireman
were seriously injured. The Jacksonville
and Savannah express is also off the track
Tills powder never varies; A marvel of purity,
strength, sifid wholesomeness. More econoaik'al
than tbe ordinary kinds, and cannot be soli in
competition with the multitude of low test, saiort
weight, alum or phoaphate powders. Soldoalf lu
cans. l;o val Baking Powukr Co.. 106 Wall st. N.
alified as adnrfgmtw on tj,e
li Cooper onu. lOr!. f
1885, notice iW!v given to
indebted to B &ute of th
Cooper to mal;-iinMTil.t
all persons hnYajmB a,ralnst
will present ifor payment
year from !hrof ,r thi
ll be plead in b f thnir wn..
DAVID M. CQPer, AdmV.
taken out letri of aclministra
the estate of hn fj. Brown
ai persons hav, claim's aeainst
Stte are hereb otified to present
t, me on or utu, o0th a... nf
1886, else this rnm will be nlead iid
their reci very . f persons indent-,
the said est DieaSC maktd
. iii . . t
tusi it l'EELER, Adm'r.
rtt. 30th. 188-).- .
for working t,pnj. send io cents post
te. and wt-ihjjaail you free, a royal,
valuable s;i: . imv or rroo.is tiQt win
nUt yOUin th.-aVof mnkino- mnrA mnn.
D afew days than ever thought possible at
business. Capital t require. Vou can live at
anu w oi k m -h'-" aeoniy, or an the time. All
tn sex. oi an a-. ranaiy successful. 50 ctft,
easily earnea ev, evening. That all wbo
work may test tUmlnpss. vp mnt:i t-hs nn
lleled offer: Toavao are not well satlsflett
ill sena to pt r the trouble of writing us.
narticulars, alrec ns.ete.. sprit free. ImmpnAe -
absolutely sure r.-n who stait at once. Don't
elay. Address stinsos qq., Portland, Maine,
xov ti, 4. iy
Funiakj, Florida, oh December 16tb,
and will be largely attended. Gov. Per
ry, of that State, who has taken a deep
interest in the matter, has extended in
vitations to the Governors of nil the
Southern States to be present, and to
send one delegate for each congression
al district. The late American r orest-
rv Congress will also send delegates, when directed and c
who will advise with those from the ir3 ls Y-apo
South as to the best shape necessary to
A Jersey Bull
I have a finn three-year old Jersey Bull
of liifh gra.de.for sale, which may be seen
at my farm near Mill Bridge; Call and
see him! J. F, BTANSILL.
The Tegular annual meeting of the.
Stockholders of the Western North Caro
lina Railroad Company will take placel
in Salisbury, C. on the fourth Wedpes-J
day in November 1885, it being the 2."th
day ot the month. Gko. P. Ettwim
Sec. and Trens.
Salisbury, N. C. Oct. 13, '85. 52:4t.
MEEQIiY h Dm
980 -pv "vjA" lyqy.Tyjy
G-EEAT STOCK OF
it's clearness and purity of tone, as it
gracefully glides from mountain heights
to the softest vales below. Her crystal
notes might be termed a rainbow of sound.
What a . wonderful gift is a good voice
ontroled by science!
power hid in pathos"'
'Throuirh all symbols I search for its
sweetness in vain."
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protect the soutnern rorests rrom too The Art department is in charge of Miss
rapid ana extravagant uestruction, ana Norwood, who, aside, from her achieve
to call attention to the wealth and re- mrnts in Art, is "a perfect woman nobly
sources of the southern woodland. plannea." For years she was the pupil
oi a ceieDraiea urnst, irom luunicn, went
throiiKh a thorough course at Cooper In-
Too MUCH INQUISITIVENESS. Chas. stitute and the Academy of Design in
H. B. MEDITERANEAF:
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheal
For sale at Mr. J. S. McCubbins, S
at my farm. I sowed this variety of will
in December last year and mde more
34 bushels to one nvvn. Exnect to io
mv crop of it this fall and do much b!4
with it this time. J. M. IIAHHIS
Oct. 13, 1885. 2t
A WORK ON IND
Hev. J. T. (ir.ifcv, i). 1J., lor seven vt
a Methodist missionary in tiiat land.lli
trated by maps and charts. Contaijnj
well written account of India's e(i
resources, climate, languages, rel
with a sketch of the growth or ii'
missions in India. 12 nu., 207
bound in paper. Price, thirty-five
For sale by Jones fc McCubbins, Mi
Salisbury, N. C. Dr. Gracey is por
known to Rev. John VY . Davis, D.
recommends the work.
Administi tor's Notice.
f .. I
i Ilavinpr qnahP.l as Administrator of
Joseph Mahaley. c'd. I hereby ive no
tnee to all person having claims again$t
llis estate to exlit the same to me on or
before the 3d ; of September. 1886.
This Septeml 2nd, 1S85.
DAVIDl. MAHALEY, Adm'r
46:6w Of Joseph Mahaley.
Rowan Cou:y.-Ia Superior Court.
SUM3JNS FOR RELIEF.
James Hell d, Adm'r of Sarah Rico
Sec, Gales, and others.
I davit of plaintiff it is order-
tion lie ui;tilc in the 'Laro-
t)r sixsuccessive weeks.
ii Gales, l'inkncy Ga)es, John
ce, lizzie nice, ivIch nice,
jhn U. Hit -e, Crawford Rice,
land t hai it s Rice, who are
of this State, to appear at
he Clerk ct the Superior Court,
iv ot How an. on I lie lah dav
en mat ouoi
para l nu ej
for the co i
of Octoberf"'85, and an-wci the complaint
hfiled in thfaction in t lie orrice of the Clerk
of the Suirior Court,- and let them take;
notice thafii" they fail to answer the sairr
com plain'wii liiu that time, the plaintiff
will appl Jto the Court for the relief de
manded i; the compliant.
Given fMfh'1" ,ljy hand, this 1st daj of
f J. M. IIORAII-, C. S. C.
46:61 ' liwan County.
F. Ohlney, late assistant post master at New York and has lately studied in th
Clarksburg, W. Va., has been indicted fIcriW
for opening mail matter addressed to oppertunities for acquiring proficiency,
otner persons, rrom me iiispecLorsuheiacerluiiily capble of giving sucft m
report it appears he had a rival m the
affections of a young lady living at
struct ion as is seldom obtained in the
The teachers of Languages, Elocution
1 11 il f 1 . I I.,!!,,!,
temptation to open their letters and in- who have graduated at well known Col
form htmselt ot his rival s progress. A iees ana are therefore fully competent.
bench warrant has been issued tor his Telegraphy is also tought, which is rather
Clarksburg, and could not resist the
Electric Light. The Ncirs-Obser-ver,
of Raleigh, says that Mr. C. M.
ett of Washington, D. C, has
the exclusive right for
three year's to locate poles and run
wires through the streets for the pur
pose of distributing the Thompson
Houston system of electric lights; and
having already obtained thirty subscri
bers, will proceed at once to put in the
plant and begin operations.
unusual in female Colleires.
The most striking feature of this school,
is the home like intercourse between
teachers and pupils which dispells the
formal airsohools generally assume.
Pupils are permitted to attend the
chuch of their choice as the school is not
den om inatiobal.
Such are the impressions Davenport
College left on the mind of a visitor who
has no interest in it beyond that created
by the mercits of the institution.
Oct 20th 1885.
Comprtfclns the greatest, most varied, most tasty
most useful, as well as ccanoailcal, stock ot Goods
EVEK OFFERED IN SALISBURY !
SIMPLY IMMENSE !
HEAD PARTIAL LIST:
Tricots, Flannels, Ladles' Cloths, Casslmeres,
Plaid Sultlnes, Detnn'es, Alpaceas, SILKS,
Satins, Velvets, Velveteens, (In all shades),
Feather aad Fur Trlm;aings, Woolen Laces,
Hercules Braid and Buttons, In Immense variety.
Handkerchiefs and Gloves, In large variety.
NORTHERN EXTENSION OF THE YADKIN
and suggested that as a public discus
sion was not what was wanted, that
those incorporators of the road nresent.
named in the act just read, repair to
the Davie Hotel, and call to assist in
their deliberations those most earnestly
interested in the work. Accordingly
the incorporators and a number of gen
tlemen from the two counties repaired
to the hotel and went into session with
the same chairman and secretaries.
This meeting1 practically became a citi
zens meeting and the pros and cons
were discussed at some length by Mes
srs. A. H. Boyden, W. B. Clement, H.
C. Bost, Dr. Wiseman, Jack Lindsay,
ftev VV . U. VV llson and others.
On motion of H. C. Bost, the five in
corporators present were resolved into
a woi iviug committee, and requested to
call a meeting of all the incorporators
to convene at South River. Rowan
county, on the 17th of November, and
that the secretaries be requested to no
tifv said incorporalors of the meeting.
This, committee consisted of H. C.
Bost, A. M. Booe, Rev. W. C. Wilson,
H. E. Robertson and T. B. Bailey.
The following is the list of the incorporators:
M. L. Holmes, J.D.Gaslrill, J.S.Mc-
Cubbins, sr., Iheo. T. Kluttz. Lee S.
H. W. Shaw, better known as Josh
Billings, is dead. He died at San Fran
cisco, Oct. 14th, aged about 65 years.
He accumulated, by his literary labors,
about 8000,000.. He leaves a widow
and two daughters. One of his daugh
ters married a millionaire of South Carolina.
Shotwell Monument Fund.
The list of free contributions to the Shot
well monument fund has been increased
considerably since last week. The list
will be kept standingmtil the aggregates
make one hundred dollars. There are
many persons who desire and will contri
bute to this fund but who have not yet
seen the list. It is kept by Mr. C. R.
Barker, at Kluttz's drug store.
John Whitehead, M. D.,
jMiss a. o. Kutieage.
J. J. Sumrnerell, M. D.,
C. R. Barker,
Wm. H. Overman,
Will. H. Kcstler,
H. T. Trantham, M. D.,
J. B. Lanier,
OF VALUABLE PROPERTY.
1). A. Ramsay,
IV. L. Kluttz.
E. B. Neave,
J. Allen Brown,
T. K. Bruner,
J. G. Heilig,
Robt, W. Price,
Lee S. Overman,
A. S. Luter,
T. B. Beall,
Buerbaum & Eames,
D. L. Lindsay,
John S. Henderson,
W. C. Blackmer,
Mrs J. F. Griffith,
Mrs M. S. Henderson.
S. W. Cole,
D. A. At well,
L. W. Coleman. M. D.,
Mrs J. S. McCubbins, Jr.,
Jas. A Craige,
VV. Ii. Barker,
John S. Bryan,
Isaac M. laylor,
J. A. Fisher,
I shall sell Thursday, 12th day of No
vember, 1885, on the premises, my valuable
FARM OF 350 ACRES,
divided into (8) eight lots containing from
(4) four to (75) seventy-live acres each
lour et the lots having trom lo to 2o acres
of splendid well drained bottom and good
buildings, clover, &c.
S3FTekm8 One-fourth cash, balance in
twelve,-eiuhteeii) and twentv-four months,
with interest from day of sale at 8 per cent
payable every six months.
Possession given in a few days. Sale be
gins at 11 o'clock a. n., sharp. ' Sale positive.
Also at the s ante time and place, I shall
sell several hundred bushels of corn, some
sweet and Irish potatoes, Black Berkshire
hogs, one new Dexter Queen Top Bug;v,
one new cook stove, farm and garden tools,
household and kitchen furniture, &c. All
new. Terms cash.
J. G. McCONNAUGHEY,
A BARE CHANCS!
FINE FARM fcr Sale!
CLOAKS, ULSTERS, JACKETS, NEW MARKETS,
RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, CLOAKING,
and a magnificent line ot JERSEYS; Shawls, Nu
bias, Uoods, Knit Jackf-ts, Short Wraps, Zephyrs,
Napkins, Tovrc-ls, i Table Linen,
QUILTS, COMPORTS, BLAKSETS
Ladles and children's Underwear :
CORSETS, woven and otherwise; IlOSERi, lull
and complete line, Including special line of
RIBBED HOSERY-Uxxcsit ever seen here.
Full line of Gentlemen's Underwear & furnishings.
Dont fail to see them UATS, Caps, Boots k Shoes.
Full, New, Fresh, and superior line of Standard
Groceries same price others sell old goods for.
Wood and Willow Wear, Trunks and Valices.
Sewing Machines. ,
Agents for AMERICAN and ST. JOHN Sewing Ma
chines the most reliable on the market.
A splendid and varied assortment of the finest
left over from last winter, wlU be sold BELOW
COST, to make room. These Goods are In per
fect condition, and are as serv iceable as any goods.
ISF-Look for the bargain cocntkr.
Also, a lot ot HATS afld SUOES, carried over from
last winter, at a bargain below cost.
In the matter of David M. Coopc
A. Cooper, James C. Cooper.
Overcash, Eiuiiia C. Riti hie.
. Coflius, heirs at law ot bfti
Having been appointed Cnmi
Court to st 1 1 the Lands belon
above named parties, 1 wiu pr
on the premises, on the
1st Monday in November
it being the 2nd day of Novcn
lowing described real estate
Atwell township : A tract of 4
or less, adjoining tne lands oi
A. Bost, Allison Deal and
said tract was assigned to
William Cooper as her dowe
Terms of sale; One-third
remaining two-thirds on a
and twelve months respeftiv
est on the dclcrred pay me
sale, at six per cent. Title
until the nurcnaso monev i
DAVID M. CO
Sept. 10, 1885. 51:1 w
eU Jo sell
r, tne lol
4 . .
sh, and the
red it -of six
r, witft inttr
Haviaf qualiflcdgs administratr mm
testameaie (i'hrJ?i, upou the estate of Rob
ert Knoxi Wd, I hereby notify all persons
having qf;iims against said estate to jpre
sent thefi tn me for payment on or before
thf 17tl day of Septcraber, 1SS6, orftbU
notice vill be plead in bar f their recove
ry. Tiis Sep:, 17th. 1885.
JOHN S. KNOX, Adm'r
Tho F. Kluttz, Atty.
By virtue of a decree
Court of Rowan Count
Y. F. Lackey, Administr
against R. G. Sloan and
at the Court House do
Saturday, the 7th day of
public auction, a tract
the lands of J. L. Cowa
the John Graham land
tainins 48 acres. Bid
$294.93. Terms one-1
balance in six months,
day of sale at the fate
num. W. F.
Oct. th, 1885.
f the Superior
a the fasc ol
wof R. I. Sloan
tiers, I Will sell
in Salisbury on
ud others ; con-
n rs to open at
rd cash, sand the
th interest lrom
per cen per an-
J. M. HADBIT, .
Beal Estate Apit,
Office in J. D. McNeely's Store
HAS FOR SALE the following real estate
on terms to suit purchasers :
jf0- j Eight building lots, four of them
fronting on Main str. These lots are' near
Car Shops. I
No. 2 Has eight building lots and four
small farms. This property is situated on
the lb ingle ferry road J mile from car shops
0 3 Ten small farms, containing cacb
from 10 to 12 acres, situated on theBringle
ferry road. 1$ miles from Salisbury.
No. 4 - Has seven building lots, two on
Main street and five on Church street
0 5 ilas eleven small lots, situated on
Long street, near Gas. house, Woolen ;MilIs,
freight and passenger depots. This proper
ty is valuable for tenement houses.
No 6 Has eight small farms, containing
four to six acres, situated about 1$ milcfl of
Salisbury on the N. C. K. K.
No. 7 Has about o or w emui irm,
containing a to iu acres eacn.
ral other valuable farms, containing from
50 to 110 acres, with buildings all within
two to three miles ot towm l wm ia
pleasure in showing the property to any one
wishing to nuy. j- m. uaif.
June 4, 18b5
Dualities purity, vol
Itongruity ot lone: and
eautv ot construction,
ile few arc neanv so
(re $225, $250 and $275
I will pell on favorable terms 100 acres
of my form, situated miles west from
the public square in Salisbury, on the
Lincoln road, and adjoining the lands of
Bent. Lndwick and others; 50 acres of it
is well timbered, the remainder in fine
state of cultivation. Has on it a hewed
loir dwelling, good well, two excellent
meadows, a first-class fish pond, and is in
a fine and healthy neighborhood. There
is a gold bearing vein on it, and a 21 pwt.
piece was picked up there last year. The
property lies well and may be divided to
suit purchasers. Call on or address.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Salisbury, N. C. ,
Oct. 20, 1885. lm
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'We propose to meet and satisfy the de- m
rjrmaads of customers. Come and see us.
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