TIIVRSPAY JUNE 1C. 1887.
Pit a 11 an
The barc-uall players-of the South anil
East ward do hereby challenge-the lay-
....usjns r rttlnsr tor t otonaat ion on m.titpnad
J IM tfatclwun."
match 8!ue of baseball on the fourth of
It'uccpieU please accept thnugh
B. B. Plateus of tue S. & E. Waki.
wm, i mrnmm i
Wi n hcrtpiiu rates of the Carolina
Vtteltwu are as tollowa : k
1 year, pHHl m summer, i
ii;ivart delayed 3im'2.00
linym t del'ed 12 moV2.AU
Early peached are on our market.
Fireman' picnic next Wednesday.
Mr. Kerr Craige left for Washington
Mr. C. E. Stemcrson, of Charlotte, was
in town Tuesday.
Bost & Co. shipped a very large lot of
tobacco this week to Durham.
Mr. A. M. Young, of Charlotte, was in
town Monday and Tuesday.
Our Farmers report the wheat in the
county as exceptionally good.
Miss Mollie Murphy returned from a
visit to Wiustou Tuesday nignt.
Mr: Mayo, in east ward, has had his
new residence handsomely painted.
There will be a lawn party to-morrow
night at the residence of Col. Heilig.
Several of our citizens are having the
water mains tapped for house supplies.
The new smoking tobacco factory has
commenced operations. Success to it
tt 7. B. Vance passed through
Salisbury, going west, Tuesday morning
yfr. J. W. Boyd and family left yester
j... fnr Uncliftuflii. Va. Wearosorry to
The street force are cleaning out the
well on east Main street, near the Luth
Miss ILpe Sammcrell has returned
fj,m Rtnunton. Va., w'.u-re she has been
Dr. Ruin pie autl Mr. S. II. Wiley are
The first half of the program of t he .n
nual closing concert of the Neave Music
School was given last Friday fht in era of the North and West ward . to a
the school parlor and was a Very enjoy-
able a flair. i
We scarcely need say anything in re- the Watchm a n
r.-itrJ t r It mm tto rtta(it ttw i 1 1 um -it m j 1
have at some time or other enjoyed one
of these musical treats. 1 Collector Craiere.
The pupils acquitted themselves nicely The people of this whole section will
and brought dowu encomiums of praise on h. rejoicetlat jthe appointment of Kerr
their able teaenera. W e particularly no- Craige, Esq.. to the collectorship of the
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uceu me excellent nine anu me pcneci new fifth revenue district. He is a man
self-possession of the pupils. that the people delizlit to honor. His
The later half of tile program will be appointment means a great deal to the
given tomorrow -night and you may con- .people of the district. They know him
sider yourself fortunate if you receive an and have known his father before him-
m nation. thev have the utmost rnnfi(lon in
ability, his integrity, and his fidelity to
EarlY Closin?. uie oest interests of the people. The
T. K. BIIUXKR CPTTon. RALEIGH. V. C.
Last Monday night the lerk that Government is to be couglatulated on se
at rut the iron to annonnec th tim curing uis ser ices.
for closing the stores, was so jubilant
that he struck too hard and broke the
gong. This was the time set for the
early closing agreement to go into effect
and was observed pretty generally
throughout the town.
order to reduce the calculation to the
lowest point, we will assume that the 15
i per cent, is only meant for the cash out
! lav "and the paid-up shares. This on
''rrr"r. ' 375,000 would be $50,250. Add this to the
inner Siaa. purchase ' monev V:i 3 have $78,2:0.
The Fisher mine is ju Cabarrus county. This. then, is the total outlav for the
eight miles from Concord and sixteen nnA .,n.:n. Ah4Xn,t
from Salisbury. It is under thft manage- Suhtmr.t if ' .vin th nmonnt from
ment of Messrs. Miller, Groweil and tbe lUrchase-monev to ha mid mid. we
Smith, of the latter place. ThcUiscovery ; have thc fteat liuie;um of 2:6,750. A
is a new one in tnat it has never been I .PllT1P(,l!A .u0mA nAA i
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regularly mined , but the indications point
it out as a valuable deposit. The main
shaft has reached the depth of 37 feet,
This is all wrong and cannot but tend
to the ultimate ruin of milling in this
State. It will not only prove a failure,
i -i .t'..vf r r- : . I
uuu sws u cry uur vu .wruyuuu- f but wi becoine an effectual barrier to
quartz in the bottom. A drift has been the introduction of English monev into
run on a level of the branch at the foot T)f all80utnern miue8f no mattCr how KOod
the hill, 20 feet in, exposing a vein of"; their claims.
irom i iiienea to z ieet in inieKness. kn,A euni...f,
f f r T I . , , . m W tit
Editor of Watehnuin:
I learu that it is the desire of the State
Agricultural Department that every county
id the State should get up some kind of an
exhioit, and I Imvu beeu asked to suiest
We think the merchants will find that s'; P! t -' date lor the same to be
they will loose nothing by it, but on the "T- IO Uavc ,,,e Umu ,or
, . J. : hohttag the meeting some tune in Julv or
contraryain, and we hope that the mer- Auut, ami i,. occCpv some lot in tialis-
chants who have not already gone into bury with , qUier convMiiem es attai bed to
the arrangement will do so. aceoinoclate ti e exhibition ol eh.ck, gras,
There is not a successful merchant in or ,any tiling else it i desired to
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town, but whose success is partially duel . ..... , ,
to his clerks, and they should think of horses, eaitfe and Held pro?) nets, but at
this and do wliat they can consistently, the same time she is far short in every
to make their positions more comforta- !,,,n pertaining to good farming. Why
Give the boys a rest. " 1 ? ,sn 10 ! vu " ' reason-
.... ..iiiiii-, jii xtlK uibi. jt.uee,
our system o tanning is all wron. This
Flat Swc.mp Springs. tenant or company business, will ruin any
took a trip last week to Flat lSJtUi!:
Swamp Springs in Davidson county and lannei1) he ,uoks anmnd after the crops
found that the buildings were not occu- are laved by as the term i, and selects two
pied yet although they have been newlv '"tn ( hite or black) with families -and
eovercd and improved a little. ' ttre .,,a' 'J1'"" twenty or thirty
rr,. c . 1 a w - w.i iii.u i.iii, hi cfl UIIIL" Hill III''
These Springs, ,n our opinion, have as thc wiutt.r u j. ctnveilknt fur ,Jl(.m H
good if not better medicinal properties yt has 75 acres. of land unseeded. Alon-
than any others in the State, and many in March or April, it they can agree on the
There are three veins-on the property;
the brown ore vein described, a white
quartz vein, which carries sulphide one,
anl a soft slaty or tal co-slate vein, which
is but little exposed.
15 per cent, the liivt year that amounts
to $56,250. Thc whole output from all
sources in the State, as reported by the
Director of the Mint, is only $154,750.
The same authority places the entire out-
I III' r i 1M.VM MMfl'J tur iuw-u i r .'I. 1 . n. -v , . .... .
- a t-j put oFBianty county at J,ouo. mis is
show free gold in rather remarkable j the official report for 1SS5-C. Comment
quantities in both the brown and quartz u unnecessary. The figures speak for
material, me paaniug.s maue in me i,m.vp.
presence of the writer, were rich in gold
and proved the ore -to be much above the
average of such material. Assays made
at the tJ. S. A say, pnl"eejat Charlotte,
show rich returusysjollow: Cjjld con
tents, 61.01 penny WfcigtlRi; l silyer, .30;
tV'k..l. .l.L I 'J IHO IU1I .
This" ore 'is frcc milling to the present
depth but is apt to 'change in ( character
after passing the water line.
"The Stanly Freehold Mines, Limited,"
is the title of the "biggest"' scheme that
attending the commencement exercises
at Davidson College.
Mr. W.J. Crosswell, of the. Southern
cImu iWmnv. nasse.l throu 'h, town
l..j'iv.ci i . 1
Weducsday for Asheville.
Mr. Jao. A. R v inay left Wednesday
BUkruihg for Bilesville to be absent for
frw days surveying mines.
Quite a party left Salisbury, last Tues
dak to attend the Teachers Convention
at Morejiead City.
Jimmr tn tht nWeiico of Rev. Mr
n.ni itiK will he no nreachine at th
Methodist church next Sunday.
The Southern Telegraph t.omp my
have changed their name to New York
and Soulhern Telegraph Co.
Mr. Bryan, formerly operator at the
railroad depot, but now of Charlotte,
was in the city Sunday visitiug friends.
The next regular meeting of the Rowan
County Medical Society will be held jn
Salisbury, July 2d.- Dr. C. M. Toole will
read the -essay.
We understand that Mr. Barli.ngame.
superintendent of thc water works, will
shortly ruu a telephone from town out to
the engine house.
Tito oldest inhabitants say that last
S.i t n rd ii v niift Stmdav were the coldest
days we have had for the time of year
Mr. F: aud Albert Davidson were called
to Black Mountain last week on account
of the sickness of their brother, Mr. John
Mr.O. W. Kirby, an engineer ou thc
; Wi N. C. R. R., who was hurt some time
ago, left with his family last Friday for
Richmond where they will make their
. Thc musical sound of the boiler makers
erecting the water works stand pipe is
now heard in our vicinity "from dewy
morn till sunny eve" and we are pleased
to hear it.
The editor of this paper has gone to
tnc Springs for a few days vactiou and
should it fall below its staudard this
. wqek, we hope you will overlook it and
lay it to thc " Devil."
Can't something be done to celebrate
the fourth of July f A very interesting
program could be gotten up at a small
expense. Who will take hold of the mat
ter. All it needs is a head.
We learn that a brass band is to be
organized here soon. We have good ma
terial and there is no doubt but thatj it
Salisbury trv's she can have a band
second to-none in the Stated
people in Salisbury and adjoining country
can testifv to their virtues. Thc build
ings are not what could be wished for,
but at the same time a party going there,
expecting to rough it to some extent,
could have a very enjoyable time and be
benefitted by it, and at the same time
wear out all their old clothes.
We think that a party of eight or ten
could be easily gotten up here to spend
the summer at Flat Swamp. They could
. i .'ii
amount mer win seen zj acres more in
oats, though they ought to have le- n sown
the last ot 'January or early in February,
there is stilt .0 acres lor corn and cotton.
i ney piani j acres oi corn, average pro-
aaet lu uusltels per acre, 2o0 bushels at
50 cts per bushel, total $123; 25 aires ot
couou, average proa net o bales at $40 per
iale, total fJU; 2o acres ol wheat, average
product only io bushels total 75 dollars;
25 acres of oats with au average pro
duct of 7 bushels per acre, 175 bushels at
40 cts per bushel, total $70; total monev
value f4i0. 1 hat land holder furnishes
iaae one cook ana a negro man 10 gci two muies ansi icen twelve mouths, one
wood and do the heavier work and divide wagou and ail running utensils toi ultivme
the cost that crop. lie also furnisnes those hands
, - - . .. . ., with houses and fuel, together with truck
In our trip we noticed that crops were ilfceg niJ r f)) (jiv(j to
looKiug cxcecuiug wen ana we parucu- townoncc or twice a week and to mill, and
larlv noticed the absence of tobacco J tor all of the above and more together
Among the reports of thc experts is one
from Mr. Boat wick. This is simply
ridiculous. He is a man of no scientific
attainments, and all that he knows about
mining is what he learned while keeping
l 1- .. r T T m a
woo ior i. james, Jr., wneu he was
superintending the work at the old
Cmwell mine in Stanly. He is only a
half witted man at best, and in uo way
V.l .. -r .
raKiuiw ui writing a report, tie was a
Federal soldier during the war and was
captured and placed in a Confederate
prison, where it was claimed he was !
has been floated iu old England for many j mentally iocapaeited from making a liv-
a day. In the truthful vernacular of the iug, and on tlie strength of it was allowed
a pension by the government.
The exposition of this fraudulent
scheme, is not done with malice, but
All mining and other papers who be
j lieve in keeping the public . posted in
with the land he m-ts in return two-thirds
of $470 which is $31i).& You may think
the above estimate toi low, but i here is not
one in five that make that good a showing.
In addition to the above we shold add 25
bushels of seed wheat furnished bv the
land lord at $1.00 per bushel $25; 50 buh-
eis oi oats at 4Uels per bufiel $0; seen
corn xc., Ann his expenses tor commer
cial feit i-ei. two-thirds of that should be
He (the land lord) may live so, but
where does the living 4b r the tenant come
"1 hese two tenants and their 1am-
plants, not having seen a single plaut in
thc whole trip.
Salutary is the Place.
The change in the combination of the
Fifth and Sixth revenue districts has
made the location of the. main office a
question of some moment. Its location
must be determined, not by favoritism or
with a view to so place it that there will
be a division of patronage, but where the I from
convenience of the whole district will be "cs iair, say v months in the jear,
. cj.,i:..i a s.i can make their own calculation
1... I 1 41.
nnjiKini-cuuiccuiHiuiu " IIUi"'' tfiv where is the reuiedr. Mv renudv
and Charlotte on the south; it is the east- would be (if I had not the capital), to sell
ern termini of the Western N. C. Rail- ne of those mules, rent sell or give a wa
road, into which most of thc other roads 50 aj5rcs. 'a"1. ,lirK w of these men anu
r i j his faiuiiv, av him well for his labor, put
in the west feed both passengers and ,.:,. ... l- , .1 11
lirtn to work alter crois are gathered, and
freight. It is therefore, the most central ;lt a ther leisure lime to making manure,
and most convenient place for thc revc- plowing and improving in every possible
nue office manner, the remaining 50 acres of land and
it you are not too sun -y with muscle and
nmi bruins vrni will h.-i-c ilnnlilu tin. vi.il.l
Uon. It was stationed here years ago and ,Voni the 50 . that JoU huvu U;cn m lk.
there Wits general satisfaction with the ling with vour tenant system vour on 100
arrangement. The people of the town acres with: something more than halt the la-
have the matter Very much in their own ,Mr do." ,lt Me riht time and right place.
!.o.. a i s , 1 i iu, 'One hek strlfi. k right is worth 100 struck
v.v , "' at random," to success in farming, t he
right early, in order to secure tho office, tanner has no time to stand on the corner
he general Government in saying that J of streets, and growl of hard times. It
'the office must go into a government I l,,ere wasuio growurs tliere would be no
C I I I : rill , -I -
building" was evidently aiming at econ- ,,aru l,mca- ' "rtf ,s a 'f1 ' m
r , I -7" , newspapers and bv people generally about
omy. In order to meet tlus it may be tJlnmi..n.ti01, 1 k-' X ? tt!lv ' .-.
tieccssary for thc town to give a building need any until we le.iru how to keep our
rent free. let those who have the good own sons in or S.ate, we can do that in
this way : the parent h..s 100 acres of land
miner it must be said that 4it won't pan."
Briefly they claim to be organized for
the purpose of purchasing and working
valuable freehold gold mines known as ! with only the general good of the w hole
the Biles, Parker, Flint Springs and j field of mining at heart. There can onlv
Johnny Parker mines, extending over ; failure attend such wild sneculations. and '
more than 800 acres, situs ilea iu Stanly ; ali North Carolina will sufler iu con.se-'
county, 21 miles 4roin Salisbury. This ' quencc of the denunciations of thc "gull-'
property is thus described in theprospec-. ed' 111 tiiis visionary -transaction.
tus: "The property which it is intended
shall be acquired by this Company is a
thoroughly well authenticated gold field, j such matters, are requested to call attcn-
und is reported by the Kngiueers who ; ti.)ii to this scheme.
have inspected it to be exceedingly j One word us to the value of the pro
valuable. It hits been worked for some p-rty. It is really a valuable lot of pro
years past by tributors, or small local p-rty and could be made topay a fail
companies of miners, without either the dividend on a fair equipment. Much
aid of machinery or a proper supply of that is set down ill the reports is true aid
water for washing on a large seale the 0veu more could be Said, but the trouble
vast, aeposus 01 rien gum gravei existing comes in multiplying the figure;., ami
on the property. The gold has been estimating the whole area at what st
sought for by sinkinga number of shallow j lected spots may yield. Then again the
shafts as far as they could be carried price set is so enormous that thc proper-
w :li..'it itwiott'l lifll ? mil i?l II l ll!lfl ill . 1 - 1 1 1 .a
n-uUv -iiy nm iivtcrjiu a aivHicui-i unaer tut
t lis primitive manner a large amount cf j oa(i. it i.s smvly nothin- less than ai
gold has been obtained. It is for the outrage on legitimate mining. If allow -purpose
of purchasing the freehold of d to mature ft will prove an effectual
t iee mines aud developing them on a blow-to all effort to place abroad minii.g
large scale that this company has been j property of 110 matter what merit.
formed. The entire surface consists of
exceptionally valuable deposits of decom
posed gold-bearing rock or alluvial gold
gravcj, containing both line and coar.-.e
I ' ' ' '' ' ' " L. u-jjji . J" ir.uiE3 fete ' . ' -
tmmm m w &.Mikf m -; '
i v mmmk mm m as
&4 C'n,hPornp m
jjmy ' baiotTe mm
(J J J OB
Parties deatriii" to use Water wi
make early uppticuiioiis at the Oiiicv 01
the Company. Connections with the
mains sjiuuht be na.ite iieorc ;hv watei is
on. Services will ic pu-i u., in th order
01 appiteaif.iis. 'i m- couipain nave .-c-
gold, yielding from a few grains up to 7
and IU ounces of gold per cubic yard.
Nuggets of gold weighing from. J oz. tp
to Ji pounds in weiul have been found
among the disintegrated rock on the sur-jcurcu a iiiorotiiuy ci.imjH. teni p.u.iioer
..,,,1 in nntnr .l inb.ts of 1 h liilultZ U,m1 aI'U lVpalVU to do first cla WOIK of
seams or irregular veins."
Messrs. Johnson & Sous'.
of the town at heart take hold and we
may secure the location of the office here.
Fine gold per ton ol2U ewts.
No. 1. Sand fron creek, 0 1
Xo. 2. Quartz from back
of seam, 0 8
No. U. Alluvial soil, 0 3
No. 4. Alluvial from
side of veins, 7 1
No. o. Selected quartz
from veins, 10 17
Rich stones of quartz, 1,1 vl 10
MR. CLAUDET's ASSAY.
every kind, niciutiiog seitiog ol faith
tuos, water closes, yard fountains, &-.
Uihee on Main sucet, hrt iloor l.eiow
the Boyden House.
' E. lh 15URLIXGAME, Sup't.
SaUsiiuEY, N. C, June U, lbc7.
His. J. P. Eou:che.
ope Mls. M. C TAAFfc'E.)
D gs trave to y to her fit ucs aud the ladj- public
that stio is ra!r!y well !-.,ctih ii In her new place, east
en. i ot Main slitet. md na j 10 s?ei ve tL n. in he.
Ve l UM with tx-M posslb.e attention and skill. 1)
ihut.tvyr to call. J.inuar.v s, 88".
Cor New Cijar Factory.
Mr. G. E. Heller commenced work iu
lis cigar factory Tuesday. This factory
is no venture, as we have heart! it called, how,
(a great many hnve more) and has too of
more sons, instead of turning them nut or
doors after .vurkjng them as long as they
will lalmr for-a trifle, lot them off a por
tion of the above lands, furnish them the
mute rial to cultivate it with, and if you
know how to f"a;m and have taught them
tln v will 8U-ceed. or if ibey don 1
. - -
as Mr. Heller comes here with several 11 1 l w .v. emp.oj ami pay tnein
I .....ii r 1 1, , ,. i .t .1..
e i "vi, mm i uiu Kiiui, miu i, l- i iiiein ii 'in
years of successful experience. ' ... ..e
r I in i'Vf v ii'vi..'f mi. I it nut..ti lii i nut-
We visited the factory yesterday and young men wjll remain in their native State
were struck with the total absence of instead of going west. Horace Greely said
machiuery, none of any sort being used, to the young men Norih "Go West." 1 say
Skilled handling and manipulation gives1" ""fW I"LU mum, m" ? ,,Lre
the shape to the cigars, and ensures tLe tJie meang f A man mut use brain and
freedom of draught and eveu burning. J muscle to succeed auv where, lluv a few
We stood by and watched several made, j acres of land tf your neighbor, lie will
and it was done bo quickly and with sueh I jM Te ou limt lo I"' 'or t, t your parent
hroowinn ,.nd HMlni I h:it wo at m, " iu ' r f mug to i ui i,av2 it.
' I Nil rt linn t x ii. f '.in- i, mii,,. i- I II,.,? ol
came to the conclusion that it was' ex-1 Eurooe or anir-' here .eW Imi r m-n.1 tn
perls that handled the weed. I retain our sou right here among us.
Thc stock used is of the finest, being v Uerc l,ey luv beeu rightly trame.l one
musvlvania and Connecticut for dome- t!;e;M 'f h ot foreigners we
' - I W'Ollld ifl't Iht. iic 'ihni'nru
tic, aud Havana and Yarn for foreign. After we lepra how to retain or native
iilr. Keller is a gooa juuge ot tooaccoauu l population we then can command
selects all his slock by sample.
Thc cigars have names or brands denot
ing the quality. His leadiug brand wiii
oc Oid Hickory Ciua, others are No. 2d,
feeries Jr., Figaro, fcc.
1 io capacity ai present is only oOo
cigars a day, nut in the course ot a ie-.
mouths it Wilt Oe nicreasevi to l,o00. ju.
Heller snowed us ins uoousuod weiouuu
iUat Uis oraiius nave a very wiae parou
uge, being oougUL oy dealers lu ucarij
every state iu lue Uuiou. Air. Heiier ex
plained to us, on uiquiry, that tUe tobac
co raised iu bur couuty would not do ibr
cigars as there was too much body aud
We have been pained to hear the Meth
odist church-bell tolling this week. Mr
J. K. Crawford aud Mr. E. L. Shaver
each lost a -child. We extend tho be
reaved parents our sympathy. -
We did not have the pleasure of at
teudiug the Japanese Weddiug given by
the Kiinr'a lJautfhters. last week, but
learn that it was a success in every way
We hope the young ladies will not stop
but give us something else before long
You don't know what it is? never nieotiue in it. lie also ex
heard of it licfore? Neither did we. It ! plained the sweating process that the U-
h s sood thimr verv irood indeed. oacco goea through Outbre living manu-
fhere is no -drink" in it even if you 1 nurtured. Mr. It. na airoaUy ooeu ap-
driuk it. EU Miller is the man who ore-1 lo Dy dctllerii lo M,aKe luum
"ides at the "milk shake' a quaint lit- orands, aud we predict lor him a big sMc
tie miu w.th a faun. little ulu-. (io ceos as he usco ouly the best tobacco anu
gration without soliciting.
Wouhl like to hear troin fome oldei
headri in reeatil to the exhibition.
K pccl fully, J. M. UaKUISOX.
K'e and trj' it.
Uiakis only the beat cigars. Try them
List of letters remainincr in nost office
at Salisbury , jS . C, lor the week endinv
junc ii, loo .
&iirah JlcHinzey, J D Murnhv. J C An-
Uersoii, Hatiiu Aiiilcxm, Fnenev Allioi
Arcney UanKs, U Uaify, James A ( anet.
defile Corder, tll.a Ud licman, A V Good
man, ,la Anu llunicuit. M It Hunt.
fliomas J H.iy. I" M Hawkins, Mrs Ala
lames, J M Kenn, Ad-.ie Kaune, Kihli'
i'ersmi II &nit luleal. Truiuiuic btrattin
iarah Watsou. Charlie Watson.JJ L" Whin
Please say a Jvertisotl when the abovt
etters are cfHed ior.
A. H. Bo YD EN, P. M.
.ynchburg, Va., June 11. Snow fell
oh 1'eaks ot the Uaer this laorning. Thi
is th first suiiw since l!io7 so laic in
iason. l in wrath r i chilly,
0 3 G
- 0 . 0 1G
Qiartz rejecteel from
rockers, ;i; 0 G 12
Quartz sample best ore
from No. 3 vein, '102 5 0
Quartz sample showing
visible gold y." 11 0
The work of developing the property
is Kiid to be very usuaplc; it is only
''necessary to bring from the Ittver Yad
kin a powerful suply of water for wash
ing the gold gravel, and, to erect a 25
stamp mill for crushnig the quartz, to
gether with tho necessary sluicing anu
amalgamating machinery." It is esti
mated that thi will cosVonly lo.OUO
pounds, or $75,00t. It -la estnpated tnat
12 mouths willtoe required for'lhc com
pletion o&the wbrWVvi'hen l,he full divi
dend earning' power of the mines will
come into oneraiton;. .wunng jn "
mit,id.rahlf nnantith of trld will be
obtained by using rockers and sluices and
the vendors guarantee that the dividend
from this source during the first year
shall not be-less than 15 per cent per an
num, and they will deposit a sufficient
amount to make goo:f the guarantee.
fhey then estimate dividends to amount
to 35 per cent. per. annum, when they
have erected the proposed plant.
The vendors have lixed the purchase
noncy for the four properties at 75,OOU
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pjUiiUs, 41,00 OI which is jiajauie iu
cadi; the balance ol oi.333 pountls will be
accepted in fully paid-up snares. .
Here is where the fun begius. 75,000
pounds means, in round numbers, $35,-
JOO. That is a big pile! Of this 41,bb j
pounds or $203,335 is payable iu cush4and j
33,333 pounds or $liW,65 to be accepted i
as paid-up share's.
The writer is informed by one of tie!
jldestaud most careful mining specuk.-
.ors in iorvn varoima mat, ine wnoie
property was boadeJ for$!,(rJ. Thiiiu
jfit! 'ii Wonder UiV pnipon; a div.
dead betVire ttiey oein work. The
ould afford to p ;y several and maki
' .ttoney. Suppuse we figure a little, (u
Mrs. Me ler:iach will dike a few tahh
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FAR'bl. Up sUiiiH,
Jones' Mill uarv
toi'e, Maj. Cole's Build
May 12th !Stl7.
SOLD HILL AT A BAEGiliJ i
A 5 stamp pjold mill and 4 c ppei
plates. 40x2), all pood as new and hut
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