THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1885.
Blair Educational Bill.
The Salisbury Waichman thinks that
4i nsuiAfH of the Educational Aid Bill
l tZluxt Concress "will be the worst
thin that could happen to the people of
the BOUto, anu it me uuvv w
hncrhtfiil nerson to tiidit it. The mtelli
of the State, except those who
hope fof pecuniary gain by its adoption,
it- TVio Kill ia hv nniriftins a ner-
. , , , . i r l , A . . -. tr li . t
feet Dill, DUt 18 UOl Our incuu wurewuw
sweeping in his classification? The Legis
lature of North Carolina is generally com
posed of men of at least average intelli
gence, and the Legislature could have no
from the nassaire of the
bill so strongly condemned. The Legis
lature may be said to be fairly representa
tive of the people of North Carolina, and
the Legislature of 1881, that of 1883, and
that of 1885 has each (unanimously we
think) instructed our Senators to seek
the passage of the Educational Bill.
There is no need; since- nothing can
be accomplished, of going into an ar
gument of any length on the subject
of the Blair BilL Even with its amend
ed modifications iti is bound to aggra
rate the many evils arising from the
whole system or punuc euueauon. m
writer may not te in accord with the
sentiment of the people in his views on
public education, and of this Blair
feill in particular bttfc nevertheless, he
stands firm by his Opposition to the
Bill. It is all wrong; the underlying
and hidden principle is one of commun
ism, and it will eventually embolden
that snirit. which is alreadv noisoninsr
X ' a m t l w
many of our best institutions and or
ganizing labor against capital, into more
open and defiant opposition to all au
thority. The effect must be baneful in
districts where the blacks greatly out
number the whites in population. Tue
same educational advantages are accord
ed to the blacks as are given to the chil
dren of the poorer whites. But the de
fects in the whole svstem of public edu
cation are so numerous, and so much at
variance with the writer s views that a
discussion cannot be though of. It
would entail much time and labor, and
there is no scope in a newspaper for
the discussion oi a subject embracing
bo wide a range.
The Register tempts a fling at the
contemptible demagogy, cross-roads pol
itician who leads the thoughtless mass
es into tneir support by such seeming
fair bait as this Blair Bill. Legisla
tors 'Tare not famed tor the purity of
their motives in all they do. In this
instance they are not responsible for
the Bill, but they use it for a bait
among their less profound ( ?) con
In the Mountains.
Some very prominent men have been
in the western part of this State for
several days since. Among them Were
Mi. Geo. Scott and W P. Clvde. of New
York, Col. Andrews and Mai. J. W. Wil-
son. ihey have been making a tour of
inspection, doing the new part of the
Murphy extension of the Western N.
C. Railroad; the Asheville Fair, and
other points. There are some hie-
schemes on foot for the development!
vi uiueifin liiieresis m tiiat section.
By the first of November it is expect-
ea huh ine murphy extension will
reach Jerrett's, which is one hundred
and two miles west of Asheville.
The people of that section are awak
ing to the importance of cattle raising.
An evidence of the change in the order
of things is found in the fact that more
than 300 car loads of cattle will go to
the markets from that section this sea
son. This estimate is based on the
number of car loads already shipped,
and the rather increased ratio of tbp
past week, and does not include hatkk
passing over the road, loaded in Ten
nessee and other States. It is an en
couragmg outlook tor that section, It
must require years to bring all that
wild wilderness into anything like a
state of cultivation, and the interim
may be made very profitable by raising
cattle. The people- once trained to the
care of cattle will jiaturely follow it as
a means of livelihood. Every cattle
producing section of this country is
prosperous and progressive. T.ie out-
ioojc tor the west is, therefore, very
Abont "A Fool's Errand."
The Agricultural Dnnartmont
n a,l r. TJ, n , "vwpwora
wovuu xcw;r JBt wuson to london
to. spend 15,00Q to advertise North Caro
lina. If tbey will take that amount of
money and start an industrial school they
will act wisely. They had as well spend
that money m measuring the height of t he
mountains in the moon. IurW Eeeor-
The Agricultural Department will
3 fr thin?' The Durham Re
corder should mform itself before pub-
hshing such nonsense. It is wellknbwn
(has been published in several papers)
that this appointment and the others
mnA 5SS -;aie PfinwatMy only,
and that the appointee can use his
IPt gaag. It; was always
understood that those appointed were to
pay then- own expenses ; that the State
gave not one cent for expenses, or oth
erwise. : "
are tbp fonto u.. . ii
Cii. . Wi ; r uuu were tne
State to determine to send a.man to
i2n 8pend $15'ooo )h it
truer North Carohnian, to represent the
State, than Peter Mitchel Wilson.
It is estimated that the shinnw n
green fruits from California
lbs costing fiom.ll to 3 c22 freght
ger and larger every year. 6
aavs fViof -'
fl, fWiLKJ ilfr.Tr"? iairot
viui ueia at Uhariotte
tharlotte s street jaiilway man has
uuuwui tne project lor the present.
Cold and CrueL
"AT,t MnWWiA tho Charles .fc'bert
Craddock of the magazines, says she will
never marry." Exchange.
She is said to be fearfully homely. Is yjefd Gf wheat next year, and challen
there any connection between that met anv farmer in Buncombe county to
and the resolution? Wit. Star. make more on one acre than he will.
Tut, tut, brother; Miss Murfree is a Wiah the Capt had extended his
cripple. She was deprived of many of challenge as far down the slope as
the plpasures that other girls enjoy in Rowan There are some farmers in
their childhood days. Her father, a
lawrer, by the way, took the sad little
girl under his espec
lmr : made a compa
ier his especial care and train-ig c McLaughlin, Capt. Jas. R. Craw
ade a companion of her and di- ford Jag g McCubbins, S. R. Harri-
reeled her course of
fact! probably accounts for her presence
in the literary world to-day. ine
world is better off for her work. She
may be exceedingly homely, yet she
tells good stories, and portrays most
vividly the character and provincial
isms of the people of her native State
..... r . i i l Jl
speaking of Craddock s stones, says
Thev remind me of etchings: very
simple, very quamt, ana very euective.
e l a v
The Treasury department at Washing
ton has under consideration the dismissal
of several clerks who refuse to pay their
debts. To have such men in the Depart
ment the officials consider a reflection
I if via! a wafloytflwi nnnn vo 1 1 ysn A
r, . l n ol
Companies, pnvate Corporatrons, Sher -
UTS, LierkS, and puDliC omciais Ot any
kind, to have in their employ men who
will not pay their debts! There are
l il 1 ,1 V
focpj PVPrVWriPrP AT tt Inrwl WhPrA
debts have been made to laboring men
. n i ,i r , , 6 .
in neeu oi every uouar oi tneir earnings
ana yei witn-neia oy ine aeior not
because he cannot pay, but because
there is no law to comnel him to be
Kr.naof Sm,.V, or. oMimnM r,f
, . " i u tu t L in.
' j - i . T TTJ
will practice dishonesty whenever they
can with safety, and of course should
not be honored and screened by pub -
Gen. D. H. Hill Speaks. ,
ryl -XT 1 CI i f
xne tviimmgKn ocar says:
Thursday night last, at the Richmond,
V a., r air, the hail or the Mouse of Del-
ecrates was crowded with men who wore
the gray. Gen. D. H. Hill was the or-
ator His theme was -The CaaUdVK
nre rSnhher. His nnHroee woa mncr I i .1 u r ii..iu... .i.i. '
vociferously applauded. Of the privates
in ranks he said:
llTTayA mimt tuitimii i r
which does not warm with a eenerous
glow at this simple tale of sublime devo
tion to principle. And how should this
itnrT7 nfftf. na filial onm Trt A no ir Innn-nn
and their partners in the same buoyant
my arm be palsied by my side when it
ceases to hold up the banner inscribed all
over with their rforiona dda. Afv mv
over with their glorious deeds. May my
when it ceases to pronounce the praise of
i in iwt VI 111 v luUUlll I
such matchless courasre. unrivaled
tude, and unselfish patriotism. God bless
ttiAnrivmtiinta aA 3
the privates in the ranks now and forev
ermora! Great applause. !"
The recent session of the Presbvte-
no Snr.J -.4- p.; j -ii. i. J1 .j.
iu0me, Buiil pan, or
two days on the case of Kobeson, on
an appeal from the decision of Meek-
lenburg Presbytery. The charcres a-
sainst the defendant Rnhpsnn
cniPltv tnaTirl ,W,4J K5- I
ZiLJZSZZ :r ir.7i V-
"c 7 JJrauen ourg Dy a
unanimous vote suspended , him mdeh-
j-ioui me exercise or nis ministe-
rial office and also from the privilftt?w
of the church. Svnnd rwavooA
a.- i:f , I
lj 4.1 t l - 1 i
heard the argument of the case; and on
v-iuo jx. uiu uiiii us shiil i n. flDfl
uciviug me vote tne case was returned
to Mecklenburg Presbytery for a new
Pres. McKinnon seducational addm
and Dr. Davis1 lecture en hma Mi
. . ,
sions were interesting incidents of the accompanied by the reports of the differ
exercises, and attracted very large au- ent Cabinet ofiicers will show that much
McKinnon's address as
relating to Davidson College was pro-
xiuuncea dv many as the best effort of
tne jana they ever heard
A Stanly School.
0. C. Hamilton, Principal of the
Yadkin Mineral Springs Institute,
Stanly county, announces the introduc
tion ot Frot. W. H. Stallings, a gradu-
-uuTuiiess vonege, oi liexington
Kentucky, as an adjunct to his first
class school. By the bye, Stanly
county is actually taking the lead in
educational matters, and the time is
not far distant when her young men
wilt be sought as teachers in sections as
yet different to the cause. Much
credit is due to Prof. Hamilton for the
awaking in Stanly, and also for the
good he has done in his own school.
The Wages of Sin.
The Charlotte Observer
death of Mr. W. A. Moore, of riwfi
S. C,, which occurred at the Central
Hotel, on Tuesday nierht. TWli.
very briefly stated are as follows:
Mr. Moore arrived in Charlotte on a
night freight with an unknown woman
rae registered at the Central as UW A
Smith and wife," and they retired to a
room. About four o'clock the night
watchman discovered the odor of gas
and traced it to room 72, occupied bv
the parties named. - -The
proprietor was called, and as no
response could be gotten from within
the room was entered through a tran
som. The gas was very dense and
when the aoor and window was opened
the two were found apparently dead,
examination proved Mr f
dead, while life yet remained i ik.
woman. Her condition is improving
and she will probablv rwnv r oi. 2
k x j - t UMBO IS
yet unknown. Mr. Moor 1
thre ildren in Chester.
lti& Observer sava? uRn, ?o i
vided with a uXTL"
burner is at such a lwv, ae
tV ft11 rtnrtch his arm above
h s W to reach the cock. It is m-oh-
aoie that the gas was turned off by one
f&nL Facre of Asheville. N. C.
KQXtl. r aer, oi Asntviixc, xi. v., oo,o
the Country Homes, of that city, is
preparing some land to make a heavy
this count v who are decidedly hard to
, t wheaf notablv, J. M. Harrison
d others. We hope some
one of them will accept Capt. Fagg's
banter, and show him that Kowan is a
The press of the State with one ac
cord, hand the laurels t the daily Wil-
minsrton Star. It is a lust tribute to
L. L. Polk, Esq., will begin soon the
publication of a weekly agricultural
paper at Raleigh.
From oar Regular Correspondent.
Washington, Oct. 24, 1885.
The winter season and session are suffi-
Icientlynear to be matters of interest and
1, of conversation in Washington.
There seems to be a frencral iniDression in
political circles that the coming session of
Congress wuioe one oi unusual interest
I An1 - , v . i t art 4 fn n Tr i W i 4- tt5 11
CAUituitiu. Aii unna ll win ih-
Line most ouaiTnier in wasumg
ton since the war. If by some malign ac
cident New York and Virginia should go
Republican, the bloody shirt will again
come to he front and the stormy scenes
of the reconstruction era will be revived
I in the House and Senate
I I hear from a reliable source that Mr.
viias, Mr. w nitney and Mr. iamar are
to be made subiects of an attack not W
virulent than that which Mr. Garland is
1 nw enduring, the John lioach interest;
I the land grant interest: the steamship
man interest are enragea anq desperate
Thev have Dowertul attorn eva in ( hnn
dler, Robeson, Ben. Butler and others
I "VyJ' ill Hint uu OIVUQ umui I1CU IV 1C
Lr thpir riph WfV ni tK rfii ga
-'t 114V.I1. ".'V-VIT UHM kiiv T U 111 I111V1
ready assistance here in Washington.
There are a large number of contractors.
lobbyists, attorneys and claim agents
ne.re ho J Srn A rLc4n4 tr02? tne fat
destinv" was over, and most of them nro-
posea to retire or emigrate.
to alr S
t..a it !
sweet exiles have seen
"T"? U1 u mwunuana accompli-,
uc itre i tu;iim'(i m piaces oi connuence
and trust, and thev are cominsr back. 1
They will be felt if not seen this winter.
I1 f.ey active even nmy The President,
i tninK, is not aware ot tfee immense sin-
fwi -th llrcea A ae to at-,
tack him through his Cabinet. The Pan j
Electric Telephone Company will be m .
A special committee will be
i j a- c-i a
W01"lt:u "! a interest ot
fcrti-IT" ?mi22Bvn? J!L" pwunwup
VomPan WUJ n.owl 10F tn?ir subsidy and
upon an investigation of the Post
Master General. The land grabbers' point
oi atiacK win De tne secretary ot the rn
terior. A Powerful socio militarv orrni
zation will weep and refuse to be comfort
? becauf leaders of society have
"wu t-ui w men- regimenis ana posts in
the West. When all these forces march
against the common foe, there will be
beautiful fighting all along the line.
Tbat Mr. Cleveland is so slow in clean-
mg the camp of enemies and traitors is a
supject oi regret with those who elected
him for this purpose. To have seen the
rejoicing last week in the corridors of the
diflerent Departments the handshaking
vongnuuiauon over ine Kepunncan
success in Ohio, one would have thought
tnat the dial had been turned back to the
days of Grant, or to the time when these
uucuu;iais icjuiocu uvei me rape oi me
presidency in 1876. These jubilating Re-
mnn!in j .fi,
pumican omciais, men who have eaten
the bread of theft since 1876, are the in-,
struments that are retained by a Demo-
"c Aaministration. -
i I I inva nnn nno oooAwn i.-hf m.-.t-
J"8 been done in the direction of a return
io nonest ana economical methods ot ad
ministration. For the first time in the
history of the Post Office Department the
contingent fund has been so carefully
managed that Congress will not be called
upon to make a deficiency appropriation.
The figures in other Departments will be
as creditable. But the full measure of re
form cannot be attained with the clerks
appointed by Blaine, Hoar, Sherman,
Mahone, and the two Chadlers.
Shotwell Mcnuaent Fund,
No names have been added the list this
week. Cannot the list be swelled to 50
names? Are there not fifty men and
women in Ho wan who will cive a dollnr
to this fund. Go to Kluttzs' Drug Store
and register your name with Mr C ft.
John Whitehead, M. D.,
Miss A. S. Rutledge,
J. J. Summerell, M. D.,
C. R. Barker,
Wm, H. Overman,
Will. H. Kestler,
n. T. Trantham. M. D..
J. B. Lanier,
D. A. Ramsav.
W. L. Kluttz.
B. B. Neave.
J. Allen Brown.
T. K. Bruner.
J. G. Heiliff.
Rdbt. W. Price,
Lee S. Overman.
T. B. Beall,
Bderbaum & Eames,
t. L. Lindsay,
John 8. Henderson,
W; C. Blackmer,
Mrs J. r . Griffith.
Mrs M. 8. Henderson,
8. W. Cole,
D. A. AtWell,
L. W. Coleman. M. D.
Mrs J. 8. McCubbins. Jr..
Jas. A. Craiare.
W; R. Barker,
John 8. Bryan,
Isaac M. Tavlor.
J. A. Fisher
Capture of Contraband iw.jci,. T
Wednesday, a man bv thA nnmn
with a t wo horse wagon of blockade whia-
ey was captured near Flake's store, in
and J T. McCain, and the load and team
were Drousrnt to A homnrin
ed, Stanly Observer
Bf. Woodrow's Case.
I'HK JrBEaBYTKRIXN SYTTOD DispnnvM
OF HIS KEMOVAL.
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 24. In the
Presbyterian Synod at Chester yesterday,
a letter was submitted from Dr. Wood row
protesting against his removal from the
rerRins prolessorskip at the Theological
Seminary as unconstitutional. It was re
ferred to the seminary committee, who
late at night submitted a majority and
minority report, the former disapproving
of the action of the directors in removing
Dr. Wood row. The debate was finished
late last night and the majority report in
ivor oi wooarow aaoptea.
CnARLESTON.--The debate in the Pres
byterian bynod t Chester on the Wood
row question was closed late last night
by the adoption of the following resolu
U 7 1 pm v a! L rt -m. -
-wti-tru, mai uie eynoa aisapprove
the action of the board of directors request
ing the resignation of Prof. James Wood
row, as not justified by the action of the
controlling Synodf nor by any statement
made by Prof. Wodrow, previous to their
Carried bv a vote of 82 to 811
Resolved, That the Synod disapprove of
me removal ot Mr. woodrow from the
prolessorsbip as unconstitutional. Carri
ed by a vote of 79 to 62.
An Evolution Question Discussed and
Lynchburg Va., Oct. 24.In the Vir
ginia bynod Jast night tne complaint of
xvv. x . r. ttamsaj' against the Abingdon
Presbytery was ifceided. The first speci
fication was that the Presbytery had done
the complainant personal wrong in con
demning him without trial, and on this
point the vote stood for sustaining the
comprint four, for not sustaining it, one
uuuwei auu sixteen, un tne cbarsre that
the action of the Presbytery in condemn
ing Ramsay's view, that Dr. Woodrow's
thory of evolution is not eontradictory
of the Scripture's was unnecessary and
prudicial to the Church. Three mera
bers voted to sustain the complaint, three
tosustain it in jiart, and on hundred and
thirty-seven not to sustain it at all. Thus
Ramsay was defeated on all boints. Great
ilterest was manifested in th proceedings
a ine oynoa Dy all denominations of
Christians, the doctrines of evolution nev-n-
have been accepted or preached in this
State before. The whole session has been
aken up with this trial. Ramsav afW
pis defeat, and in a voice trembling with
temotion, announced that but two courses
oi procedure seemed open to him : First,
10 renounce the jurisdiction of the South
ern Presbyterian Church ; or, second, to
TVio 1 ;.l...l t:v.." j it
as the place to hold the ne annual sesl
iuv- k-iuuu uciiutu uii Aiuuinonn. v ...
Granulated Eice Scheme.
The rice-growers seem to have carried
their noint liofnro
with reference to the duty on rice. The
trouble appears to have been a simple and
systematic violation of the law on tha
suojcci-. More than one-third the total
importation of rice has been sworn through
me i-uMom nouse as granulated rice, on
which the duty is nominal, as an unenu
merated manufactured article. Now it is
shown that there is and cari be no such
'.hing as granulated rice. AU rice is more
or less broken and the importers have,
during the last year or two, been apply
ing the term granulated rice to any rice
the authorities would permit to be so des
ignated and nave been reaping the benefit
involved in the false designation. The
planters have simply desired that this in-
1 A. 1 lit .
lquuy snouuv we stopped and having point-
eu out ine evasion ot the law, they will
De grauned ry a requirement of strict
compliance in the future.
"What is education?" asked a writer
"Well, it is sonething a college graduate
uiiuks ue nas mni ne oecomes a newsna
per man. Thai he has to begin all over
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST whether Shri
ner s Indian ami luge is really an article
ot merit and w let her it will destroy and
I have just returned from the North, and
have now received a stock of goods un
equalled in lieauty and unrivalled in prices.
It embraces a general stock of
Call before trading see the best before
I have accounts, notes and mortgages
which are past due. These must be settled
up. There is no better time thau ow, as
there are-good crops made this season
throughout the country. Settle up. take a
new start, wjth bright new goods.
A. brick building, in the Holmes Block,
near the Post Office. Store room 22x68,
with cellar. Four good rooms and a hall
way up stairs, suitable for dwelling.
R. J. HOLMES,
2:2m Salisbukt, N. C.
A RARE CHANCE!
FINE FARM for Sale
I will sell on favorable terms 100 acres
of my farm, situated H miles west from
the public square in Salisbury, on the
Lincoln road, and adjoining the lands of
Bent. Ludwick and others; 50 acres of it
is well timbered, the remainder in fine
state of cultivation. Has on it a hewed
log 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 a2i 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,
y Salisbury, JN. C.
Oct. 20, 1885.-1 m
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I have a fine three-tear old Jereev Rnli
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aauns, velvets, elveteens, (in all shades),
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Hercules Braid and Buttons, In Immense variety,
Handkerchiefs and Gloves, in large variety.
CLOAKS, ULSTERS, JACKETS, NEW MARKETS,
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and a magnificent line of JERSEYS; Shawls, Nu
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QUILTS, COMFORTS, BLANKETS
ILadies and Children's Underwear :
CORSETS, woven and otherwise ; HOsERY, full
and complete line, Including special line of
RIBBED HOSERY-finest ever seen here.
Full Une of Gentlemen's Underwear fc furnishings
DonX fall to see them nATS, Caps, Boots & Shoes
Full, New, Fresh, and superior line of Standard
Groceries same price others sell old goods for.
Wood and WlUow Wear, Trunks and Vallces.
Agents for AMERICAN and ST. JOHN Sewing Ma
chines the most reliable on the market.
A splendid and varied assortmeni of the finest
left ove from Jast winter, will be sold BELOW
COST, vo make mom. These Goods are In per
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Look for the bauoain cocntkit.
Also, a lot of HATS and SHOES, carried over from
last winter, at a bargain below cost.
"when you want anything that should be
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We propose to meet and satlsfy'the de-
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our office Is opposite the U.S. Patent Office, and
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Send Model or drawing. We advise as to patent
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Executor's Sale I
As executor of the last will and testament
of J. B. Gibson dee'd I will ex pose to pub-
11c sale lor casn on Wednesday the 11th
day of November 1885b the following arti
cles of personal property, to wit :
One lot ot corn, one- lot of wheat, one
wagon, and otner property.
ii i no
Uii 111 II I VII
Oct. 22, 1885. 3w.
OF VALUABLE PROPERTY.
I shall sell Thnrsday,lth day of No
vember, 1885, on the premises, my valuable
FARM OP 350; ACRES,
divided into (8) eight lots containing from
T4) four to (75) seventy? five acres each :
four ef the lots having from 15-to 25 acres
of splendid well druined bottom and good
buildings, clover, &c
1F"Tekms One-fourth cash, balance in
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months
with interest from day of4sale at 8 percent.
payaote every six months.
Possession given in a ftlw days. Sale be
gins at 11 o'clock a. m., sharp. Sale posi
tive, - i
Also at the same time land place, Ishal
sell several hundred bushels of corn, some
sweet and Irish potatoesJ Black Berkshire
hogs, one new Dexter Queen Top Buggy
one new cook stove, farmland garden tools
U 1 u ... a ml - .
uuuseuuiu anu Kitcucn iurniture, &c. Al
new. Terms cash. 1
J. Gt McCNNAUGHEY,
ine regular animal meeting of the
Stockholders of the Western North f!art
una luu I road torn nan vi will tak nhic
i o-i- t t .?!... r
iu oniisoury. u. on the fourth V o, ,
day in ovember 1835, ft being the 25th
uay oi tne month. um. p. Erwin.
Salisbury, N. C. Oct. 13 '85. 52:4t
H, B. MEDITEiANEAN :
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat !
For sale at Mr. J. S. MqCabbias, Sr., and
at my iarm. l sowed tin variety of wheat
in December last year and mde more than
34 bushels to one sown.! Exoect to sow
my crop of it this fall nn do much better
wun it mis time. J. jfl. HARRISON.
Oct. 13, 1885. 2t
A WORK ON INDIA,
i$ev. J. I . Orncey. D. 9,, for seven years
a Afcthochst missionary in that land. Illus
trated by maps and rliarts. Containing a
well written account of India's extent,
resources, climute, languages, religions:
with a sketch of the ijrowth
missions in India. 13 fmo., 207 pages;
bound in paper. Price. hirty five cents.'
For sale by Jones A McQubbins, MainSt.,
Salisbury. N. C. Dr. Grace la personally
known to Rev. John W.jDavis, D.D,, who
highly recommends the 501k,
In the matter of David j Cooper. George
A. Cooper, James C. (jbooper, Nancy C.
Overcash, Emilia C. Ilitchie. end Mary
E. Collins, heirs at iawiof barah Cooner.
Having been appointed Commissioner of
tvourt to sell the Lands; belonging to the
above named parties, I wlill proceed to sell
on the premises, 011 the I
1st Monday in November, 1885,
it being the 2nd day of November, the fol
lowing described real etetate, situated in
Atwell township: A tracf of 49 acres, more
or less, adjoining the lands of Hugh Parks,
A. Bost, Allison Deal apd others, w hich
said tract was assigned to the w idow of
William Cooper as her dciwer.
Terms of snle: One-t)iird eash, and the
remaining two-thirds-tnJ a credit of six
and twelve months respectively, with inter
est on the deferred payments" from day of
sale, at six per cent. Titfe to be reserved
until the purchase money lis paid.
DAVID M. COOPER, Com'r.
Sept. 10, 1885. 51:4w 5
Sale of Land!
By virtue of a decree ?of the Superior
Court of Rowan County in the case ot
W. F. Lackey, Administrator of R. J. Sloan
against R. G. Sloan and others, I will sell
at the Court House door; in Salisbury on
Saturday, the 7th day of Novemb'r 1885, at
public auction, a tract of land adjoining
the lands of J. L. Cowan, f James Pearson,
the John Graham lands ad others ; con
taining 48 acres. Biddings' to open at
$294.93. Terms one-thitp cash, and the
balance in six months, witfi interest from
day of sale at the rate .-of 8? per cent per an
num. W.K. LA.0KEY, Adm'r.
Oct. 6th, 1885. 51:4t
IS TIIE BEST
in these concrete of qualities purity, vol
ume, continuity and congnfity ot tone : and
fof durability and beauty 5f construction,
none are better, while few are nearly so
good. The prices are $224 1250 and $275
The Schubert PiancMJpright-
IS THE ONLY SUBSTANTIAL
and truly musical "Cheap" Piano price
Tne reasons why such Jhonest, artistic
work can be obtained at the low, but legit
imate rates will be fullv civen in a hutinen
conference with Wl H. NEAVE.
Sept. 17, 1885, tf
Having qualified as Executor of the last
will and testament of JanSes B. Gibson,
deceased, all persons holding claims against
the said James B. Gibson, are hereby noti
fied to present them to the undersigned for
payment on or before the 2fth day of Sep
tenjber, 1886, or this notice, will be plead
as a bar to their recovery. This Septem
ber the 25tb, 1885. I
JAS. C. GIBSON, Ext'r.
DEBILITY IN ADULTS IS oftn
caused by worms. The change from child
to manhood is not sufficient to rid the
system of this awfnl plague. Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge will expel them mwl
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -
Hanng qualified as administrator on th
estate ot Sarah Cooper on the 10th day af
September, 1885, notice isj hereby given 1 3
ail persons indebted.! to the estate of the
said Sarah Cooper to make immediatepa
ment; and all persons having claims against
said estate will present tham for payment
within one year from date hereof, or thi
nubile mil w pirau 111 unr ui ineir rcern?
ery. imyiu an. uwriSK, Adm'r,
Raving taken out letters of adnainist
tion upon the estate of John C. Brown
li i i ' 1 . '
on pursoua uaving claims ftguin
saia estate ara nercby notified to nrcsen
them to me on r before the 80th dav of
Sept. 1886, else this notice srill be plead in
bar of their rect very. All persons indebt.
MA ... tllA J . A . .
c iu vuc Bttiu esiute win piease mal
prompt CLCttlt-ment. i
HENRY PEELER, Adm'r
Sept. 80th. 1885. 6w
for working people. Send 10 cents post.
tqrra . . ... ..lit . .
nui uu iu lue way or matinir mnm t..
ey In a few days than voii ever t.bmnrhmnihiD
any business. Capital not require. YoucanUveat
home and work in spare time only, or all tue tune au
of botu sex, of aU ages, grandly successfnl. 50 cts.
to $3 easily earned every evening. That aU who
want work may test tiie business, we mt thta ..
paralleled offer: To all who are. pot well satisn
we wm sona i to pay for the troubleof wrltlnKaa
FuU oartlcul irs, directions. etc.. sent fre. SSSIS
ay absolutel . sure for aU who start at once. Dont
elay. Aridress Stinson & Co., Portland. Maine
?T,"84. ly '
Having qualified as Administrfttnr nf
Joaeph Mahaley, deo'd (I hereby give no.
tice to all persons havhis claims ni.'in.
his estate to exhibit the sante to nip on or
before the 3d dav ot Sentombtr. lftfifl
mi . , ' . " ' "
1 nis oeptemner and, lHSft.
II. M AHA LEY. Aum'r
of Joseph Malialey.
Rowan County. In Superior Court.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
James Hcllard, Adm'r of Sarah Rice
Scott Uales, and others.
Upon the affidavit of. plaintiff it is order-
ed that publication be made in the "Caro-
ina Watchman' for six successive weeks
notifying Sarah Gales, Pinkney Galea, John
Rice, Henry Hice, Lizzie Rice, Ellen Rice
tfam'1 Rice, John G. Rice, Crawford Rice,'
Melissa Rice and Charles Rice, who are'
non-residents of this State, to appear at
the office of the Clerk of theSupcrior Court,
for the county of Rowan, on the 17th day
of October, 1885,-and bnsw er the complaint
filed in this action in the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court, and let them take
notice that if they fail to answer the said
complaint within that time, the plaintiff
will apply to the Conrt for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Given under my hand, this 1st dav of
J. M. HORAH, C. S. 0.
46:6w of Rowan County.
TT k : i;cji j .
"f"8 Muanut-u as administrator cum
Ustamente annexo, upon the estate of Rob
ert I?nox, dee'd, I hereby notify all persons
having claims against saioTestate to pre
sent jthem to me for payment on or before
the 17th day of 'September, 1886, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their recove
ry. This Sept. 17th, 1885.
JOHN S. KNOX, Adm'r,
Tno. F. Klcttz, Atty.
J. M. HADEN,
Eeai Estate Agent,
Office in J. D. McNeely's Store
HAS FOR SALE the following real estate
on terms to suit purchasers :
No. 1 Eight building lots, four of them
fronting on Main str. These lots are near
No. 2 Has eight building lots and four
small farms. This property is "situated on
the Bi Ingle ferry road i mile from car shops
No. 3 Ten small farms, containing each
from 10 to 12 acres, situated on -the Bringle
ferry road, 1 miles from Salisbury.
No. 4 -Has-seven building lots, two on
Main street and five on Church street.
No. 5 Has eleven small lots, situated on
Long street, near Gas house, Woolen Mills,
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 l miles of
Salisbury on the N. C. R. R. -
No. 7 Has about 25 or 30 small farms,
containing 5 to 10 acres each. Also, seve
ral other valuable farms, containing from
50 to 110 acres, with buildings all within
two to three miles of town. I will take
pleasure in showing the propertv to any one
wishing to buy. JM. "HADENr
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