Western North Carolina Bail Eoad Co
GENERAL PASSENGER urriuz-x
Salisbury, N. C., Sept. 6th, 1885.
OIL and after the Cth inst., the following Schedtile will be operated
by this Company :
Train Noil I Train No. 3 Maitl Line TkainNo
Ary I Irtvl ATTTLeall " I eav
2 I TrainNo.4
6 . 30!'Sai.i8bttby . . .
1 1. 25i Hickory. ... ..
1. 25 jM ORG ANTON. .
2.59 Marion ...
3.55 iOld Fort
!i Round Knob..
6 .18,!Black Mountain
f. ftfi,; Hooper's . . . . .
V. M. iAsIIEVILLE
1 1 on
1 1 . -
xw Ho. 7
If ALL . ... .
'Sylva .... . . . .
I Webster .... ..
jWniTTlEB . . y. .
Charleston . .
Train No. 8
12 34112 35;
11 56(11 57!
11 48 t l48'
10 54 10 55;
Round Knob is Breakfast station for Train No. 1, and Supper
itation for Train No. 2.
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 7 and 8, un daifjfc
Trains Nos. 3 and 4, run daily except Sunday.
V. E. McBEE, Supt. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A.
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THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1885.
nnnunVQ trr'tlnrr f ,ir Infnrmitlnn nn mflttPW n ri -
irrtisp;! in tais nauer will please say "advertised
la the Watchman."
The subscription rates of the Carolina
Watchman are as follows :
vear, paid in advance, $1.50
pavm't delayed 3 mo'a2.00
" payiu'cjdel'ed 12 0002.50
Miss Maud Bobbins and Mr. Frank
Bobbins, of Statesville, are the guests of
Capt. Wins. Brown.
Misses Laura and Daisy Sumner, of
Randolph, are the guests of Mrs. C. H.
McKenade of Locke township;
Mrs. J. Rumple has purchased two lots
on the corner of Main and . Cemetery
streets, and will probably build on them.
Mr. C. M. Gardner, of the u5btrnew
Jndv.st rta" a magazine devoted to the in
dustries of the south, called to see us this
week. The magazine is published at
Wilkesboro and Wilkes County.
A citizen of Rowan just returned from
Wilkes county, brings cheering accounts
of the prospects in Wilkes. : Nothing but
a railroad is needed to make it one of the
most desirable sections in the State. He
saw some Yadkin bottom lands sold at
$50 per acre. Considering th distance
from market this was certainly a fine
price. The town of Wilkesboro is also
improving, and every prospect pleasing.
T. K. BRUKKIt, EDITOR.
Editor Carolina Watchman
Dear Sir: Will vou kindlv furnui,
your subscribeas with a published list of
arnvuis at- ii me noieis rrom lec. lbt to
Jan. 1st, 'bo, and very much oblige
Dec. 26th, '85. ,,
The estimated number of arrivals for
this time is about six hundred. As the
list would take u considerable space and
is not of general interest, we must de
cline to publish it.
Mr. George Achenbach has sold his res- w"u r v . r nooerts, at Kaie.gh,
a-j - t.. . , who can give all information. The Post-
4 I POPULAR
I'm Just Ooin Down to the Gate.
jiui:iiitu oi j.arin.
U,.if 'til! Ih.
C'lrmds Roll By. I'll Meet Hef
When the Sun Uoes Down. A Knot
oi uiue ana uivy. Mary's Gone
Wi:h a Coon. , bet Violets.
Rriilgct Donaiihe. Little Wife.
Xtllie. Ilil ilcXiitlres. Only a
l'aiis- Blossom. Noted Knows
W h t a Racket Was There Where
Is My Wandering Boy To-niehtT
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SaHBBBBa 'a:i h Warrior Bold. We Sat
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from the Uirls. B-by Mitie. Grai:rt.ioh.-:--s Arm Chair. IfHu WKter l'wirts. Over tM
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Ot the Watchman.
J. SAM'l McCTJBBrNf,
BRUNEB, & McOUBBINS,
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The undersigned are prepared to do a
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS,
and solicit business of that character. All
teal property entrusred to us wjll be adver
tised all over the United States,
FREE OP CHARGE
to the owner. Persons having farm lands
forests, mines, or other real property should
consult us at once. Special attention giv
en mineral lands. Reports, assays and
maps furnished when desired.
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mote from Washington.
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ent office. For circular, advice, terms and refer
ences to actual clients In your own State or county,
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It has special departments for Farmers
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. Business itipn nf Rnlilnrv nvU nvIU
to calHKroueh the P. O. bpforo crivincr I mill? VPOT "OTIUxr n"nrfTmTTTiT
abroad FOR ;1886,
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HQ indiscretions of vnnth nnruAna wool-
seas, early dcay, loss of manhood, &c.,I
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ok Charok. This great "remedy was dis
coTeted by a missionary in South America
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev
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Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
mum take, being purely
lag. Price 25 eta.
Dec. 20, '84. ly.
T-HE UNDERS1GNKD has bougbttlie well
imown ROWAN COUNTY MILL
STONE QUARRY of E. E. Phillips, deceased
and will continue to supply the public de
mand tor Mill stones from this celebkatep
kit so well known throughout this country
for its superiority for Mm stones. KSranlte blecks
tot Ornamental purposes, Monuments, Ac., tc, can
Msobe had at this quarry. Address '
J. T. WYATT, Salisbury, N. C
THIS PAPER rnh 5f4t5?! ei o.
yvotracto may be made "for It IN NEW V OK lit
will contain a new and never before pub
lished series of Irenes Letters ; regular
correspondence from Great Britain, Prance
Germany and Italy : Letters from Mission
Stations in India, China, Japan, Africa and
Micronesia; original articles from men of
influence and knowledge of affairs id dif
ferent parts of this country, and selected
articles from the choicest literary and re
ligious publications, in poetry and prose.
A New Volume, containing a Second
Series of Irensus Letters, a sketch of
the author, and a review of his life and
work has been published.
We shall offer this year special and at
tractive inducements-to subscribers and
friends. . "
Sample copies free.
kNEW YORK OBSERVER,
idence near town. Mr. Spain, of David
son, is the purchaser, and will occupy at
pnee. This gentleman is a good tanner,
and is welcomed to Rowan.
The great demand for dwelling houses
continues. Not a vacant house in town.
Needed : more neat cottages, in respect
able neighborhoods, for mechanics and
Working people of moderate means.
The Salisbury Choral Union will hold
the regular meeting at the residence of
Mr. G. P. Erwin. A full attendance is
desired as new choruses are to be dis
tributed. The fire-cracker busin ess was the source
of great pleasure to Young America, who
measures his happiness by the amount of
noise he can make : but Gray Heads em
phatically pronounced it a nuisance.
Those in arrears for the Watchman
are requested to settle up. Now, reader,
this paragraph is iot intended for Tom in
Maine, Dick in California, or Harry in'
Florida; but for yti, if rou are behind .
The young people "of Salisbury have
had a most jolly Christmas and holiday
season. There have been dances, ger
mans and the likej for old and young ; a
social party at Mr; Joseph Horah's, and
any number of dinner and tea parties.
th-s. J. Whiteheftd and H. T. Trantham
have formed a partnership and will here
after practice together. Dr. Trantham 's
office is being retnodeled, and will be
occupied by the npw medical firm.
On Christmas iday two little boys
Willie Wallace aiid Bernie Loeper were
injured, the latter painfully, by the ex
plosion of a box jof powder. It seems
they had the bpx between them and
were loading a tor cannon, when a third
boy threw somje firo into the box.
Mr. W. L. Harris hitiched a fine $150
mare near the depot at China Grove, last
Thursday. She broke loose, and the traiu
going east caught her on Jthe track in a
deep cnt and killed her. No damage to
the train, but it was a sad loss to Mr.
Prof. J. M. Weatherly was here this
week. He is well remembered by both
parents and children as the most popular
principal the Salisbury Graded School has
ever had. He has a flourishing subscrip
tion school numbering sixty-five, at
Jamestown, this State. His already large
school will have two additions from Salis
bury, as Masters Victor Boyden and.Tom
McNeely will join the next session, wbich
begins; the second Monday in January.
Haxf Sheet."- It has rxn 'th
to publish only a naif sheet during the
nrisunas noiidays, in order to afford
all in the establishment the r.ommn
enjoyments of tke season.
The Watchmak tenders to its rpnrl-
ers, one and all. a New Year cwtincr
fondly hoping that they may be pros
perous ana nappy m ail lawtui pursuits,
and blessed in me social, civil and rp-
ligious interests of human life.
The Christmas holidays have been
more rationally observed here than we
have ever known. The elders were
moderate in their enjoyments. The boys
have popped their crackers in the streets,
tired their big guns, and given their in-
dian whoops, and capered around as if
they had yellow jackets in the legs of
their pants; but tlkese were brief moments
of out-bursting joy. They didn't keep it
sometimes done. They, drew the stopper
for only a few minutes at a time, and
then they would cork up foiva while, and
seemed to consider and to .enjoy what they
had done. We give them credit for mod
eration and now as the season is nearly
over, we hope it will close on them all
with pleasant things to be remembered William A Eller
pleasant memories to carry along the
journey of life. Exeunt Christmas holi
Postmaster Boyden says that all of the
pension checks have been taken from the
office except one for Mrs. E. Van Wvatt
A number of applicants whose claims
have been passed on favorably, have
called for checks. Their checks have not
been received at this office, and to save
trouble, they had better communicate
master, of course, knows nothing about
the business, except to deliver such mail
as comes to his office.
Hymen's Torch Ablaze.
The society people of Salisbury stop a
moment from the joyous festivities of the
holidays to mark the march of Hymen
The devotees of tlje terpsichorean muse
pause amid the whirl of the waltz to catch
the names of those who have deserted
their circle just as the merriment of the
season had reached its zenith. Mr. Theo.
Buerbaum was happily married to Miss
Francis Sarah Virginia Eames, at her
father's residence, on last Tuesday even
ing. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. F. J. Murdoch, and there were none
present except the immediate familv.
The happy pair boarded the evening train
for a trip north. This was a complete
surprise to the town, and this way of iust
slipping the minister into the house and
having it all over before one is aware of
it, is becoming very popular, and hits the
gossips of the town "all in a heap."
The Christmas Trees.
The hearts of the Sunday school chil
dren of vthe Presbyterian, Methodist,
Lutheran and Bantist
made glad on Christmas eve. In all of
these churches appropriate exercises, de
votional and praise, were conducted by
the pastors, and with Such musical ad
juncts as the choirs introduced. In the
Methodist church Prof. W. H. Neave had
charge of the music and the programme
as published in last Watchman was ren
dered. His opening slide Trombone solo
Grand Fantassie, La derniere rose de
l'ete was by long odds the most magnifi
cent thing heard here in many a day. At
the Presbyterian church, Maj. and.Mi-?.
G. P. Erwin, Mrs. Thos. Murphy, Miss
Rumple and Miss Lizzie Brown, suppor
ted on the grand organ by Miss Ella
Brown, rendered some very fine selec
tioi s. At the other churche3, the music
was rendered by the Sunday school chil
dren. The trees were handsome and
many of the presents elegant.
New Hoover Hill
Hoover Hill keeps a steady producing
record. Supt, Freecheville reports to the I
London company the result of the No
vember returns as follows : twenty-four
and a fourth days, crushed 717 tons of
ore, yielding 346.67 ounces of gold. This
amount of gold is worth nearly $7,000.
The bar shipped was No. 37.
Deep River Copper Mine.
The Deep .Riyer Copper mine, in Moore
county, is an important one. Mr. S. R
Harrison, of Salisbury, one of the owners,
has just returned and has placed in the
Watchman cabinet, specimens of rich
green carbonate of copper, with some
pretty splotches of Azurite a rather rare
form of carbonate for this State and a
piece of jasper from a four foot outcrop,
and some pieces of specular iron ore.
Mr. Harrison is enthusiastic over this
property and says there are many veins
oi mineral on it, yet untouched.
great: stock of
The Otter Slide.
The old cellar under the extension of
the Mansion House has been used as a
bar for thirty or forty years. It was first
called the "Otter Slide" by Jim Long, an
uncle of Col. Thos. B. Long, who had a
keen sense of the ludicrous. The first
bar kept there was by AntonyjBencini,
in 1850-55. It has been the rendezvous
for many a carousal, and the scene of
many a nightly orgy. Recent improve
ments have completely changed its ap
pearance, and destroyed its existence as
- AN OLD BUTTON.
While these improvements were being
made, and the ground under the build
ing was being dug down, Rev. Mr. Lam
beth picked up a copper button about
the size of a silver dollar, though not so
thick, on the front of which is this in
scription, "Long Live the President,"
and in an elliptical depression in the cen
treare the rajsed letters, G. W. The eye
of the button is gone. It was evidently
made and worn during the presidential
term of George Washington, and is an in
teresting relic of the enthusiasm of the
Amencau people in political matters in
the early days of their history.
Suggestions and Facts.
Some one ought to open up the quartz
veins that cross the Stoke's Ferry road at
or near the 14-mile post, where the Gold
Hill and Bringle's Ferry roads cross, and
on Alex Morgan's land; the one on Char
lie Morgan's land where the vein crosses
the Stokes' Ferry road at the 15-mile post;
and the one on James Lisk's land where
the vein crosses the road at the 16 mile
borne work has been done back of
these places, N. E. some one half mile,
and the veins show up nicely in a slate
formation, and contain galena. There is
a good large galena vein crossing Stoke's
Ferry road also on John W. Miller's land,
which is supposed to be the southern con
tinuation of Silver Hill, or Silver Valley
veins. Attention is called to these.
Some prospect w ork has lately been
done on Wilson KesleHs property show
ing veins carrying gold and copper.
Another place shows brown hematite
iron ore, and is likely to run into galena
Arrangements are being made to erect
a Drag Mill on Wilson Morgan's land, to
work some of the ores mined a couple of
years ago by some Eastern miners, who
abandoned the work because they did not
know what they had when they pan
It is safely estimated that there are 100
miles of vein matter in Morgan township,
this county, that carries gold, copper and
galena. Is there any need to hunt any
further for mines ?
LIST OF, LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in post office
www-ivwi ovuig J"1 AAVJr Villi 11 b Jfc.ccp 111 ' O " ""-m
up all day and all night as they have at Salislury, N. C, for the week ending
.a; j . mi j . floA 9Rih 18iV
Dec. 26th, 1885.
L J Alexander
B H Corder
Rev R F Crooks
Robt L Mogers
J Madison Davis
W E Dean
R L Dewey
Land for Sale.
'J. M. HADEN,
KEAL ESTATE AGENT,
MAW STREET, 6ALISBCBY, V. C. y
Farms, Tow Lots & Bill Properly.
'all and du i; t . . -
The Montgomery Vidette.
first number of the Troy, Mont-
gomerv CtkT FFC1 uuuer me edito
rial directlork of Messrs' E- Hurley
and J. W. Mcnzie' is thand.
is a great improv6111 qn the fir
mer efforts of the kimrVmadeat Try
and bids fair to be a iP 1186611
journal to tie oeonle of th8Pmity-
Democratic in politics, but liberal
just on all subjects. It deserves a liberal
support, and the people of Monteomerv
should encourage it handsomely, for they
nave many and varied interests to be
promoted by a journal in tho county.
J a xioxsie
L T Rendleman
Geo W Stirewalt
Rev J D Shirey
Mary E Stroe
Capt Ed Jones
JMia b James
Geo M Kluttz
Please say advertised when the above
letters are called for.
A. H. Boyden, P. M.
At the house of Mr. Henry Kanups on
the 19th Ben. IfiftR hv F M Tarrh
Mr. J. M. Kempleyt of Franklin township
to Miss Julia Simpson, of Stanly.
I At the house of Mr. Rufus Rufty, in
-anklin township, Dec. 24th, by F. M.
Esq., Mr.. J. Bean, of Locke
. . , " li w 1JU.18S .maggie jrowias, or
wKS?PM still there are some of
J3:":t'r'e, and tho 'Squire is
111:1 it Miriiu IIIU . . " v
Mining in 1836.
It is the purpose of the editor of this
column to keep as full and reliable notes
on mining in all its phases, as can be ob
tained during next year. Wrhile in a
pecuniary sense it amounts to but little
to the editor, yet it is important in that
it advertises the industry to the outside
world, and encourages others to engage
in the work in this State. In this view
of the matter, all Superintendents and
others interested are invited to write
such reliable facts as they may deem of
interest to the public, either from a
scientific or industrial view of the sub
ject. The Watchman will welcome all
such communications. And just here the
writer begs to thank those of his friends
who have so kindly aided him in giving
to the public interesting and valuable
matter during 1885. With the co-operation
of the workers in this field, great
good may be accomplished for the State
in stimulating both labor and capital to
further and mere persistent effort. It is
with a sincere desire to accomplish some
thing in this line, and that alone, which
animates the effort on the part of the
writer. With this simple and unselfish
motive prompting him, he does not hesi
tate to ask for the co-operative assistance
The prospects for legitimate mining
were never so bright as now. This will
be, from all the indications, the most
active year ever known in the history of
mining in this State. With "Hoover Hill,"
the "North State," the "Big Russell" the
"ZebRussell,"the"Coggins," the "Steele,"
the "Sam Christian," the "St. Catherine,"
the "Rudisil," the "Capps Hill," the
"Phoenix," "Gold Hill,"the "Yadkin Chlo
rination Works," the "Vein Mountain,"
the "Marion Bullion Co.," and many oth
ers that the writer could name, in activi
ty, besides the enormous amount of ma
chinery that is to go into place in this
State during- '86, amounting to more
than half a million dollars worth the out
look certainly is flattering and encourag
ing. There are numerous smaller schemes
which will swell the aggregate amount Of
work going on very materially. All in-
all, 1S86 should mark a flew era in the
mining industry of North Carolina.
Comprising the greatest, most varied, most tasty
most user ui, as weU as economical, stock ot Goods
EVER OFFERED IN SALISBURY I
SIMPLY IMMENSE I
REAP-PARTIAL LIST :
Tricots, Flannels, Ladles' Cloths. Casslmeres,
Plaid 8ultlngs,letarge8, Alpaccas, SILKS,
Satins, Velvets, VelveteeiMJnan shades),
Feather and Fur Trimmings, Woolen Laces,
nercuies uraia ana Buttons, In Immense variety, I
Handkerchiefs and Gloves, In large variety.
: ' . WBAPS,
CLOAKS, .ULSTERS JACKETS, NEW MARKETS,
RUSSfAN CIRCULARS, CLOAKING,
and a magnineent Une or JERSEYS ; Shawls, No
bias, Hoods, Knit Jackets, Short Wraps, Zephyrs,
Napkins, Towels, Table linen,
QUILTS, COMPORTS, BLANKETS
w inn npeus OT IBStCT!ttsT., c,-.nim -cm-triwelerjind
new- sef tlor, SSsafett: srjtJ.
ach Bitters is peculiarly aLLisjto cinielt
strength na the digestive orsans, huJ
braces the physical energies t. atheahV
ful influences, it rcmxms ftud ipv?g?
malarial fever, couatip'UiQrj, '.h'si.!;-,-I
sal th fully stimuhuos the l;Ar:A
bladder, andiriches a: jcT5 u'tKultM
the blood. When orerooroe by fat: ajt
whether mental or phvsit?:i, the teiri
and debilitated find it a reliable sotnee
renew eu s.renartn ar.J com.ort. Fur
by all DrussLits and Dealers gx.n;rtJlt
5 YEARS m USE.
Ladles and Children's Underwear:
cokets, woven and otherwise ; UOpERY, full
and complete line, including special Une of ;
RIBBED 11 OSERY-axxot ever seen here.
FuU Une of Gentlemen's Underwear & turnishin(rs.
Don't fail to see them BATS, Caps, Boots & Shoes.
Full, New, Fresh, and superior line of Standard
Groceries same price others sell old goods for.
Wood and WiUow Wear, Trunks and Yalices.:
Sewing Machines. -L
Agents for AMERICAN and ST. JOHN Sewing Ma
chines the most reliable on the market.
A splendid and varied assortment of he finest
left over from last winter, will be sold BELOW
COST, to make room. These Goods are in per
fect condition, and are as serviceable as any goods.
tLook for the bakgain counter. f
Also, a lot of HATS and SHOES, carried over from
last winter, at a bargain below cosL
0when you want anything that should be apt
g2r"kept In a first class Store, come to us for It,
-Ve propose to meet and satisfy the de-
mands of customers. Come and see us. .
MERONEY tt BRO
Salisbury, Oct. 15, 18S5. 52:3m
IXt ertabest ggdiial Triomrjh of the Age!
SYMPTOma OF A
lioaa of appetite, IluwrlaccstiTc, Paintst
the head, with a duti
back Mf Pain under the ahouldsr.
blade, Fallneso after catics, with adie.:
inclination to exertion cf body or mind
'oi temper, i.ew bolMts. with
KWeunarof bavins neglected some duty,
Weariness. Eftzsineaa. Fl.irf i-1
ueart, iota boiaro tU9 ayes, Jloa incte
"" tho rizht eyeRoetlegECis, with'
fltnti dreams, Ilij'-fy colored Urin, aad
TCTT'S PilL,3 aro especially adar-ted
to such cases, ono doa etcatu such a
. They Isiereaac t!i-s Ar-ite,?.r4cl ccj::- tW
body in TaUs oa Hth.t:tt,-ibrri
nonrlsbied. 8f i br 1 . i- j 'T' --nt
Ghat Hair -or T"n'rrr ,y th:t;o.i to a
Gloss r Blac.x hv u sijvria crrt:l?:itio? of
tnMlTC. ItrimKU -. t r."'. -r:'i eo'ariiie?
instantaneens!.,-. Sr-M ', Jnvzzi:
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Dec. 20, '84. y.
SALE OF LASID. (
By virtue of a decree of the Superior court of
Rowan County, I will sell on tue premises oh
Saturday, the 2d day of January, 1SS6, the follow
ing described tract of land, belonging to the estate
of Jonn Luckey, deceased, situated in Scotch Irish
Township, and bounded and described as follows
A tract o about one hundred and twenty-seven
acres, adjoining the lands of Jolin W. Turner, J L
Moore, and others. 8ald land Will be sold subject
to the life estate of the widow, asd Uie sale win be
confirmed by order oi Court, at the amount for
wldch it Is sold
Terms of s:ile : Blddlngwlil commence at $385-1
one-third Cash, with a credit on the remaining two
thirds of three and six months from day of sale
with Interest at eight per cent.
W A. LUCKEY
Surviving Executor of John Luckey. I
December 2d, i!S5 4t
HORSS AUD CATTLE POWDERS
roftdy and waitingiriV
Death of Mrs. Bryan.
Mrs. Lucy Bryan, mother of Mr. John J3
Bryan died at his home here on last Sunday
morning. Her remains were taken to Ral
eigh for interment. The News and Observer?
in speaking of Mrs. Bryan, says:
This lady died at Salisbury Sunday morn
ing. She was well known 10 this city. She
was in her 81st year. She was the daugh
ter of the late Sherwood Haywood, and was
the oldest ot that family Mr. F. P. Hay
wood, Sr., Dr. R. B. Haywood and Miss
Maria Haywood were her brothers and sis
ter. She married Mr. John S. Bryan, of
Bertie county. He died many years ago
For the past few years she had lived at Salis
bur ith her son, Mr. John S. Di van. Her
remains were brought here yesterday, and
were interred in the afternoon. The funer
al services were held at Christ church, Rev
Dr. Marshall officiating. The pall-bearers
were Messrs. J. B. Harwell. J. Kuthn Wii
liams, D. G. Fowle, John Devereux, R. J.
Harris, P. M. Hale, C. B. Root and Pulaski
una pazuotrm. ma 'HQS V M3AV '
bmuuh n Ni
AAAVi Kill I
o HnrsB will t!e of Cone. Eots or Lena Tm-
IB. ff Fonii-g lJow(tpn lire Kd In time.
t yiitz s lJr.wders will cnr. and prevent Hoe Cnnunu..
Foutzs Powders will prevent Gim rw Tutu:
Kwta s Powders will increase the qnahtlrj of milk
MM cream twenty per eent.. snd make the batter firm
Foiuz's Powders will enre or prevent almost !m
Dwvask to which Hoises and ( attic are subject? 1
FOT TZ S POWDKBS WILL BIVK SATlbFACTIOJf. I
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor.
Baltimee, md. I
J. H. Ehniss, Druggist, Agent.
of the Clerk of the Board of Commissioned
lor the County ot Rowan, to the first Mon
day in December, A. D. 1885. 1
Amounts and items audited by tBe
Board to the members thereof;
Thomas J. Sumner, per diem, $24,00
7 days extra services, 14,00
T -i . '
F. Baker, per diem,
" " 5 days extra services,
W. L. Kluttz, per diem,
" 5 days extra services,
h. W. Coleman, per diem,
" " mileage,
J. S. McCubbins, pier diem,
M " 1 day extra services,
J. G. Fleming, per diem,
" 44 mileage,
H. N. Woodson, Clerk, per diem,
IS THOliOUGULY EQUIPPED
FOR OTJ VABBtr
as hig as, a barn door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
OF ALL KINDS
Court and Magisterial.
t3BrOrdera soUcited and satisfaction guaranteed!
Distances traveled by the members ot the
Board in attending the sessions of the
Thomas J. Sumner, 200 miles.
L. W. Coleman, 240 "
J. G. Fleming, 54
Horatio N. Woodsos, Clerk;
Not. 30, 1880. 4t
Havingqualified as Administratrix upon
the estate of W. A. McCobkle, dee'd, I
hereby notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them to me
for payment on or betore the 17th dayj ot
December, 1880, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery.
Jejjkib A. McCobkle. Adm'x
Theo. F. Kluttz, Att'y. Dec. IT, 1885. j31
KERR CRAIG E. L. II. CLEMEKT.
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Attornoys Vt T ..
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
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