f' ttlUnSGAY, JAN. 20., 18S8.
i(tttS0NH Trltla2C rlntor;nAlon oa mnltritad-;
5rtlJ la titfc --f rfUlyloAse 4jr-"dv?rttied
"S .v. - u'.fuhmiiB A . ; --.., " )
rrfee adbscrlpttoir rates, of the Cnroli"
Mre lias been a large increase in the
! I t ' . rnrinllllKlinililV RtHocIsI
miimv"1 p r --- j
litre tbJ'Wucri - -
The stock of tliohcw Notional Bank is
limited to $G0,O06, and sve lenm it has
I beca fulb' 'j1 - - ' s
1 Mr D. M; Miller has bought machinery
ilGi- brUkakinsjaud will have brick for
laic, as soon as possible. ?. m :
Tj,c "taffy roan' has. put tip his tent
,9Jt loV the Postoffice. Any one want
Li . his ifl t(Ty can get it- there.
' ,4ie debate -which was toJiave taken
Helast Thursday nighty at the rooms
' of ite Y.M. C, M was postponed up til
The inventory; at the Racket Store
required but a short time, &aies nave
1t4n britk since the doors were opened
ojlhV selling oijt at cost begun. ,
l: leapt McBee spent Friday and teatur-
4yen of the ef5etc;nt,lnd.stou8, and
cfatfguable railroad manager
i One of our'merhaut received a letter
.f days ago asking what twenty acres
Wind could bejbought for near our
jtatfa topuf up it cotton factory on.
L Anrican igricurturist, the most
popular Agricultural Journal printed, is
ja;ertised fn anothcolumn, read their
advertisement and see what they offer.
Mr W li. Beacham will open a lumber
lte'he'hVrtl.yJ This has been needed
fjr j a long time find we have no doubt
).ut! it will be duly appreciated by our
icitizens. j' ' l . y
! l I committpc frothevlisbury Cotton
yWU CompanySv?re to settle on a site
forihe location of" their mill yesterday,
Wowing to bad weather it was deferred
Ibriifew days. - .
jir. FeiirsouMvill begin "a scries of meet
ing WHtatcsville;next Sunday and it is
thought that the railroa'd company will
lifftrt ' re-lucfL rtes y for .round trip
tircts duriug thp;mcetihg.
pl)ilaiiy one elver know of mackerel
tkiingstuh jump befyre, they have
pi to high that most of our mcrchanls
rtil?e to r.uy; them. Net Murphy keeps
thte RiflwiU be'pli:ised to supply you.
jj Allen Hrown . is now receiving his
ftoJi Vcf Aid ihos.hutes which will be
sold chhi per than ever before. lie has
iiotliih-r but the old reliable and well cs-
fantislu'rf brands.- Look" for his ad. next
If ill our citizens would resolve with
Xcw Year to do all they can to build
ip our town, ana youlu Keep me., rcsoiu-
tiot.thc next 'New Year would see Salis
buiyjoa a hoom suchTns we ncver'dream
eiLbfij i . . ;
Mr, W. II. Rvisner has moved into the
InKim 'vacated by the Suthern Telegraik
torajany anu iu ioe pieasea io nave ui
patronc'all atnl see his new place, and
at the same time purchase what they need
Plwlera has been raging among Mr. J.
B. Lunier's hogs. About three hundred
Iliaf e died so far; and the remjunfitg huu-
lurca aviu rrotaiHy uie niso, ai mere is
po known remedv is vet. for this- fatal
iOUeasa when it once set's a hold.
-t - . .. : f ; ' -
fir, John Ivbrr. had ttie misfortune to
all .aud break hi (left leg, abou t the
f "ee, last. Sunday, f- The -same accident
nppenpa io. jir. lverr aooui i wo years
5breakingrthc wime leg at the same
ee. AVchape he will soon recover.
1.0ar4ow,a tax collector reportathat our
rirare very slov about paying their
?.wiycar-for'.-spinc reason or other,
nd that he w ill be
that.he will be obliged to advertise
the He inquests
hext month. "If you
not wan t your n
trjcrin the paper see
m at once.
eaUiarticuiaratfcution to tlie ad
Nrtimenjt I pfl th0 Marlin Fire Arms
'pi"Miucirarn)s are-Knownl lirotigb
"tthe w4rJUI and-iare, among the ' best
jfT':---1.'11 want ifiiy thing in their
'Aseneiiin as cs.n Ihj made to be cood.
fruc them for. a catalogue. -
Mrs. X gamnel McCubbins anil J T
-uac inaxte jirrangenitnts to ban
- '"Muzers tne crtrriin'rv conn Tl,,v
Fnybraadsre jystera' hirrh crade
uwan aeia, iica Fowl, Owl Brand
-Vington CJurxno's.- VJ1 Etandard
asiudrcds k thd best farmers in
an, and adjoim) coun ties can testifv.
uuary . has btrn inn i iinf lvn.-nKTo
r,0"th' thH3 fforihuntin- on account
nwct and mirov i
"'US. A hvroro si t -i i .
h p, fo" AV!iU (uicks are
i - iy irequtnt a small riond not verv
L IVWIM puttthe land is : vmtcd
e hunt a 1 ,1 .. ; -. . i
jy , ! c "-" a
not a '
In.. - ; ' - - .
hit i ' - 1,clVaie(f arount town
y ,f"ouy of. a negro man beiiicr
terK. i. weaT lown' ,asfc week is
'Dlltin f L v v"ff."V" otttt.cu
M t,t. . . . v-o'" "ug in
Lj mmself from home for a
intj- ,and -pine ofr hU friends
as drowned while cross-'
IUl vcaft paid in advance, $1.50 1
1 l. i,ivnrtdolavea3iii'2.00
1 Sir. Dan. McL. Therrell, of Mouroe,
but just now from Asheville has taken
charge of the Y -U. Telegraph offico at
thi placie, nuide vacant by the removal
of M r. McCoy to Baltimore. Mr. Tl.cr-
rell is a pleasant .gentleman and . we
welcome him' among us. ' ' . -
- It is an unusual thingto see aJBalis
btiry physician making professional visits
on horseback But the present condition
of the roads had driven some of them to
abandoning the buggy in favor -of "boot
and saddles. rt How long ! O, how long ! 1
till this rood problem will be solved.
Mr. Dance, whohad an ann sobadly
crushed bctwecn the bumpers of a freight
car two weeks ago, as tot necessitate am
putation, is: improving rapidly and will
oon be well again. The wound healed
by what js known among doctors as first
intention,: there being. scarcely any sup
puration.! ; ' j . ; .
In answer to our question last week
what has become of the new cemetery
jiroject? we are. informed that the sub
scription list is still open to any who
desire. to scdire plats. A certain uumber
of subscribera is necessary to insure the
purchase of the grounds and work to be
done thereon. . '
I Two Arabs have been amusing the chil
dren on our streets.for. the pswt few dajsj
with a pcrformitig Cinnamon bear.. The
animal is quite well trained, it dances,
turns somersaults, kisses, its keeper and
other things that trained bears do. The
man in charge adds to thu show by singing
and occasionally punching the animal in
the libs, while still . another niau passes
t'e hat around and says gimme some
ting." ! -
Henry Ileirnbarger, living eleven rniles
S. E. of Salisbury. 4ost ! a fiar mare last
Saturdaynlght. llornbarger liad come to
town and li itched his horse in a lot near
the opera house, where I sonic malicious
person cutthc bridal Vein land let it i nose.
The horse started for home but instead of
following the road, took the rail road track
and was killed by the eight o'clock train
going north. Hie horse was valued atone
uuiKircu uqiiars ana was
loss to the owner.
The fire alarm be'l hasi been mounted
thirty feet above ground and is sufficient
ly powerful in tone to seifve the purpose
for which it is intended. Jjt can be heard
distinctly in any part of fown. A system
of riining should be inaugurated bv
which the location of a fire could be com
municated by certaiu strokes. For in
stance, Bay, call the North ward No. 1.
Let the alarm be given by several rapid
Irokesln shecession, then after an inter
val; say' two to five seconds, strike the
number one. So on with the four wards.
A team-attached to -a carriage belong
ing to Mr. J. u. Ileuig took fright last
Thursday night while standing at the
Boy den House, and ran away, Instead
of turning in at the stable, they kept on
out of town until they got; out near Mr.
Henderson's, where hands had leen fill
ing for a new road bed, and the soft dirt
mired and stopped them. Parties that
saw them runnings aid they turned the
.corners as nicely as if they had been in a
gentle-trot with a g od driver hold of the
ribbons. -The only damage done was a'
broken gl;ta. '.. s, N !
- Wanted -.
A cord of good dry pine) wood,
at this Oilice.
. Tlie Twin City Dailyj says:' While
Conductor Coble and engineer Kinney,
of a north bound freight train, were get
ting telegraph orders for it heir train at
Salisbury last Thursday, i" the flagman
gaTc a signal' to the fireman to move
ahead, which he did, but! mistaking the
signal never stopped until he had run six
miles to another station, where he met
another freight train, south bound, and
did nut discover the loss of the conductor
and engineer" until he-had reached his
stopping place. The fireman then went
back with the engine, without orders,
for the conductor and -engineer. The
tram was sidetracked wbere-' -it was
and the whole crew were nut down for
investigation. Such carelessness is
excusable. ' .. " -
We werefehown through this establish
ment one day this week by Mr. J, R.
Brannock, one of the proprietors, irnd
this is whaVwe saw and learned. The
plant consists of a carbonie'dcid gas -get
eratorj a cylinder for holdijig and charg
ing the .water,-a -bottling machine and
table and a bottle cleaner. The modus
operandi is as follows. .First the bottles
are carefully washed wjthl a revolving
brusjx that cuts out any dirt or sediment
that may be in them, and then rinsed
The proper chemicals are then put in the
generator and i the carbonic acicL gas is
formed and held under pressure. -The
cylinder .-is" then" charged' with water and
the carbonic acid gas turned on through
a pipe into tho cylinder, while a crank is
beiugTurned twhicV agitates thJ water
and charges it thoroughlyi TJic pipe
connecting Xha cylinder with the bottler
is also connected with a vcsselV holding
the syrup and by simply opening a valve
la charge of the syrupis let into the water
a-s it fills the bottle; the eork js then put
in undei pressure and clamped and the
t bottle is then ready for shipmeut. - This
onmnnnv Tnnks aisneeiultv of irinTtpnl
i ,i n.K.or.iiii.. ...,1 .-
a eood. growing business. iney also
bottle beer and have a gooa trade in tins
line! The bbttUnsr of this is very simp'e.
s'.mply filing the bcttljs through a rub-
t-..v. I i -
u;r iuuc iuiu tui;iii; mc.u. --"
. une imng inai strucs us wusmeucau-
lincss of everything so different from a
brewery-ud people drinking anything
that they make, can rest assured of jyne
. thiu aiid that is that it is clean
. ' ; Eclipse. . " .
There, will b a tofcil eclipse-of the
moon ticxt Saturday, visil li here under
the mcst favorable circumstances as we
Will neither have to get up early in the
morning or sib Up late at nigh I to see It.
' The moon enters the earth's shadow at
3 o'clock iu the afternoon and the total
eclipse begins at 5 o'clock and 4 minutes
and ends at G o'clock and 43 minutes.
The moon vrlLnot;be entirely lost to
view, but will shine with a dull copper
colored light? provided there is no clouds
A traveller just from Asheville and
stopping at the Mt.i , Vernon Hotel last
Saturday reported that there was an epi
demic of Cerebo Spinal Meningitis 'pre
vailing, in Asheville, and that ten
deaths had occurred from the disease in
the threcdays proceeding.
The following card in relation to it will
be interesting: ; 1
Asheville, N. C, Jan. 21.- In view, of
the reports which are in circulation with
regard to the alleged! prevalence of epi
demic diseases in this city, the physicians
of the Asheville Board of Health have
made the following statement : "With
one exception, mid that of 'a, mild type,
there has been no new cases of meningitis
for five days. There! is no epidemic off
any kinder sort prcvailiutr in this city.
F. T. Meriwetiieb, Md., .
Westkay Battle, Md.,
- Jj!. Hey Williams, Md.,
, Hepcrted Jail Breakingr.
The report has been circulated on our
street that the prisoners in the county
jail broke out last week but returned
next-morhing. The true facts of the case
is that last thursday I night one of the
prisoners, by some means, succeeded in
getting out of his ceil into the corridor
and unbolted all the cell doors opening
into it. "V ;
- -' vvii uuuis uie iiiiteneu irom xne
outside with a strong iron bar with an
eye in it to allow the bar being locked in
place by a padlack when thought ueces
sary, but as the corrider is securely fast
ened, Mr. ltoseuian, the jailer, lias not
been in the habit of putting the padlock
in, knowing that should the prisoners get
out of their cells they could go no farther.
We can rst assured that if any of us
are entrusted to the care of Mine Host
Iloseman he will keep us safe enough
until authorized to turn us loose.
Will Keen, although his door was
opened. (Kd hot leave his cell. It is not
supposed that lie knew but what they
uugnt auempi io get out.
Ona of Our Neighbors.
The News and Observer says tbVGov-
ernor has received a letter from a prom
inent and well known gentleman oi
Davidson county with reference to an
application for the pardon of a man who
was conviciea in mat county last year
. 1 - 1 1 A .
on a charge of "retailing spirituous liq
uors by a. measure loss than a quart."
After reciting the facts in the case, the
letter says: "I reckon the man was
guilty; he plead guilty but for all thai
I would not be inclined to believe him
guilty, for it is so unusual for anybody
to want 'less than a quart' in this county.
He is now at work on the; public roads
He is truly, as stated iii the petition, a
poor man, and is not ou?y poor, but very
poor; and a jwor man like him always
has a house full of cjiildrcn. And withal
he is a very remarkable looking man; he
is bow-legged and is split nearly up to
his shoulders; and his nose looks like a
powder horn. It seems to me he has
been punished about enough. . Hi3 work
on the road is not worth what it costs to
the county, and he could assist his help
less family a little if he were at home.
W 1 1 . , i a
tie can mane raoovt gums, catcu 'pos
sums, make sassafras oil, and" can climb
as high after black haws and persimmons
as "any living thing. ' "
CO J2ITY LOCALS.
Owing to the bad weather our farmers
can do very little out of doors at 'present,
but thanks to the, tobacco industry", they
have plenty, of work in their barns get
iing this valuable leaf ready for market
We think this is where tho farmer who
raises tobacco has great advantage over
those who do not. Will not more of the
farmers of Rowan see the gain, and. have
a barn of tobacco ready! for their hired
laborer instead"' of feeding and paying him
to sit by the fire.
Dr. Cruaip has gone to Philadelphia,
but will soon return to the much joy of
many of our families which have been
invaded by pneumonia; and other dis
eases. Dr. Ptttrea has done his best, but
his own far extending practice i addi
tion to hi outside calls haX bcn too
much Tor him.
-'Franklin has tha riilht m.tn in the
right plaee whan she puH'rof. Thomason
iu charge of the couveuient little Acad
emy standing in the midst of this pleas
ant little village. Prof. Thomason is
young man from High Pointy, who -came
up here to build up a school, and ke U
dring it. He is well 'educate 1, sociable
and kind to all, truly pious and a' hard
worker. With such men; as Rev. Rose,
Messrs. Lentz, Thomason and other, he
will without doubt have success. Why
cannot every township have sueh c
school. . '
Mr. June Sheets is traveling drum
mingfor Messrs. Swiiik and Thomason 's
tobacco warehouse in .Salisbury. They
did well to secure our fri:hd ; and neigh
bor for so important a place. - f
, - - . te'; - - -
Roads are impassable with loaded
teams. The Wilkesboro from A- S. Hall's
I to Jumping Run ia without bottom, or at
I least we-are unable t find any,
T. K. BBUKKU EDITOR, KALEIOII, K d
- Earriner, iline. '
1 ITiere is a prospect that this mine will
son change hands and probably Itc
worked on an extensive scale. The Bar
ringer is four xailes southeast of ; Gold
Hill and has never been worked" to any
extent, although Borne of as rich ore as
has ever been founc in the Sfate has
come from this property, assaying from
$300 to $20,000 a ton. The vein is about
four feet wide, and has been sunk on j in
two places tola depth of sixty-five and
twenty-seven, feet, the Win showing free
gold and in paying quantities at both of
tnese depths, j Besides jthese shafts Uuns
erous pits have been sunk and some of
them resu ted in good finds. .
Messrs: Reed and Morgan have been
prospecting with about1 twenty hands for
some time on j a property -adjoining the
Barringer and on a veid supposed to be
the Barringcr . vein, and it is reporteti
that they have struck excellent ore show
ing free gold ih good quantities.
8AM CIIttlSTIAK. .
We had the pleasure of seeing tracings
of the drawings, .made hy Cnpt. Ramsay,
C. E., of our town, giviag the elevations
and plans for the work of supplying1 wa
ter for hydraulic purposes to this proper
ty, and were astonished at the magni
tude of the proposed woirk.
At the river ajmall channel between
the mainland and an island is to be
widened to two hundred feet for a dis
tance of about one thousand feet, and a
dam built frem one island to another,
throwing a large body o water into this
channel, which will run! a line of (wheels
connected with the pumps. The fali will
be about seven feet.
Mr. E. B. C. Hambly, manager of this
mine, returned last ijridny from the
North where he hail been to see about
placing orders for machinery, pipes, &c.'
tie reports that estimates and plans one
all made for work and that he is only
aitiug orders from
starting in with the
prospecting is going on W ith very flattir
Messrs. Craie & Clement, agents for
the Gold Hill Miuinar Comiianv. rcnort
laving received eighty-five ounces of
gold from this mine a few days ago, being
ine result ot about three w-ppkswnrk
This is a good showing W
hen it is remem-
berel that a very small Ibrce is at work,
and that the expenses "of
is as much, or
force were cm
Gold Hill run-
down, running mill, &c.
very nearly, as if a large
We would like to see
ning up to its full capacity, and under
careful management fhere is no doubt
ibout its paying well
Mr. N. B. McCanlcss, of Gold Hill, we
understand has contracted with theStau
ly Freehold Mining Company for the; de
livery oi tncir machinery ana pipes at
the mine. This is a big undertaking
considering the condition of the road
but Mr. McCanless is a mjoving man aid
will carry it out if any one can.
S. A. & IT. V. Affiia.
Wc" not ice in the 1 Wilmington Star 1
Jan. 2oth, under "New Advertisements'
the. following, whieti we jfeel incline! to
give a free insertion :
'J'JIK ANNUA L'MBKINC OF TME
stockboldrs ofjlbe South Atlantic k
Northwestern Kailviay Company for thie
election of a President and Directors, and
for such other business" as may come be
fore the meeting, wijll be held at South"
port, N. C.,on Wednesday, February Stir,
18SS, at 12 o'clock noon, i Polls will
open at 2 and close jit 4 oclock P M.
Jan. 25:2t. j Vice President.
LIST OF LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in post officr
at Salisbury, N, G., for tle week ending
Jan, 21, 1888. 1 j
Mrs Mc.McCorklc, llariahTvluttz, Wni
II Murphy, Maj L T llcilig, James G
Miller, John C Miller,
Mary Ann Miller, John Wj Miller, Anuer
Homes, J P BraytorJ A D jBrantley, R L
Iinrnes, Mollie V Bainger, Roxy Berry,
Caroline Burgcn, Rev II F Crooks, Mollie
Click, W S Coleman,! E It Cobb, Andy
Deal, James Davis, Wm in ley," Henry
Giles. Ilattic Hester. A E Hunter, T L
Kelly, W M Mitchell, W A Mauney, H
E Nail, Henry Rogers, James Simpson."
Billy Wiseman, A'cx; Chaijvbtrs.
Please say advertised when the abov.
Icticrs arc called for. j
A. II. Boyd ::s, P.M.
Tq the M' rioters qn4 Churches of Ihc Con
cord i're&bylcry, r
Dear Brethren:- The
prov Miosis of
our form of gov. sec. 4, eh. n, havine
been complied with, I hereby call a meet
ing of Concord Presbytery to convene iii
the Presbyterian ChnreJi of Salisbury,- at
7:30 p. m., on the 31st day of January,
1888, for the purpose of transacting the
folio .vine busine?8, viz;
1. To consider Uie application 'of Rev. V
R. Y . Boyd for a dissolution ot the pas
toral relation existing between hiui and
the churches of Franklin -and Unity.
2. To consider the request of Rev. R.
W. Boyd for permission to labor without
Jie bounds of Presbytery. ;
B. Li. Bkal, Mod.,
Per C. A. M.
Lenoir, N. C, Jan. 18t 18S3.
In Steele towmbip, tins county, on the
18th inst., by F. Bob!nop, Esq., Mr,
J. Rex to Mrs. Man? Annj Dobbin.
Tliree thocks o earthquake occurred
Iq Massachusetts Sunday night last. j
'-''J'1i ":i-. ; -
- 1--- iti I i ' - A
For The NERVOUS
5 -. Ei
OF ROWAN COUNTY
And jWisli yon all a
Wejliavc a Large Lot Satines,
i I iust in,
Wo livo (Jemonstnitcd tho fact to hundreds that wo CAN
SELL Gt)0(U Lower than vou
Now shqw ybur gunerous-heartcdiioss (not to the extent of dying
of enlarenient ot the heart) but
price yoji our 6 Good I5ig New Ki'sohiUons for 18SS :
1st. fo will cany twice the Stock.
2nl. We will buy Finer -Goods.
ord. U'e Will try to buy then Cheaper than anybody.
4th. Wo will try and "s.-ll Lower than anywhere. -5th.
UTe will do our. Dad Jimmedest to please vou.
Gth. If vou don't buy from us
' " S " YOURS
LIAD2BS LATEST STYLES AIID LOWEST PRICES;
PROTECT YQUB. ; HQHSS I
no linger; costs
W SeU-Cocking, C . '
XjT , Automatio 'Jr V i'J
IE' E92tiBS. 5B - r '
L NICKEL PLATED, RUBBER HANDLE. V ,!
NICKEL PLATED, RUBBER HANDLfc.
ViSU5TJD IQTJAL I3f ZTXST BXSFXCT TO TKB
E i -.
y For sale by Hardware and Qua Dealers everywhere.
Manajjactpred by TEE MASLIH FIRE AEM8 CO, Hew HaTea, Cona.
t . r. .
For Urr or nwll'nnM. all ikt. Th ftrourert ibootine
IiALIjAKD LLKRT, STDRTINO AVT TARGET RIFLES, woH4 wwnwl. ' Srti tr
lllaMatod Ctaiogoe. MAKL1X FlgR ARMS CO.. A'evv Hatwi, Coirn
mm vuanlc. and the eaW abaolntclr aafa lifla on tho
IDEAL RELOADING TOOLS
WILL SAVE ONE-HALF THE COST OF AMMUNITION.
Made for all i!e of Cartridge, which
-Whiiaey-Keaaedy. Smith & Wesson ;
SHOT GBR SHELLS,
roipsrw-r and hotter than any other.
Rifles or Ilotola: ftrarlln. voii m. - nincnpsivr, ruiu, dkioh, i. u.iUSu, .
Ideal Blantil'AotttrinB Company, SifcaJl
Box 1064 tJ. Kw Hatjt, Cojtk. F fcF'
Wo can jrlv so jn-uj'.i tr !h im.-syl T'-xwawX
:adKtt coMs far Ic. S lit !'! iy to -pi iiit t-
8 ! American
ni-rnHiVu. n ti roftJort-e.1 Mil, v.cvf WT.tcr. it wii: i- i,h..v -y.-.irt.: amll c? -.-H loan .-vfr. t n- u f u;.
HVrtii anJ Il-iU&f !i M ii-.in ovtr UUy li1-Hi.t m Hut.. PH. f 1 1. ft J-'H tljpl- ? m Iff. iMti.
Tli-s ri-'eii"iMi v.Trks "f nrt arc nriliior olOV.r.-.r ehr ir. s ror orCitustjr r.t:r..in
aiiurv4 e'uipii f-r v Plioto-ruln;.f anl M-Jfrsivfure pro.:!, ou fcv
Inslik." li 1-0 j&Z.ClO -n. Koili pio;ures (nniMied lwe i. 1S7) fonraittcd In it
OTJU. GREAT OFx-'iiAv.
i 7Vra-lb33ti AgrloulturI?t (Ea.oPrrr.ajO
'?onl rostl fir Swamen number. Enfr!il! or
1 to old and now sub rHr. .and Aul rie5Ctint?un f the Pictures, and Portrait of Muukae-y;
the rainier of t!irs prjrat worK, now ariraciing
ilOST LIBERAL IXDITEEXTSL : AdJreta.
A KERVE TOtllO.
Celery and Coca, the prominent !n-
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-fth hojcp of plftnrca. and
.crm.;a, full cfpfcnption fjf ew BK)ks pwe t-
In the shape of CANDIES, TOYS W "
FKUITS of. all
itinas. i nave 'a fin
Groceries anil ProYfcicas, all M. '
: I the Hockelberrv. th-tfcisc
cent Cisar iir town. nd
brands, also a full Jine of Tobacco and
J e hiShfet Prices paid for Coun
try Produce and the lowest prices asked
for my Goods. A share of yovr patron
age is solicited, i " ; I- . r. . .
.N. p. murphy; i
AUhe Old Stand of Ms. A. Q Harms.
Is now Receiving
Pall and Winter Stbct Of
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Direct from tie Korlta Mel!, -
And vr ill be please J to sc. bia T customer b
ftrc purchasing e!etrherL - ;
And All other kindi of Goda kept; in a gn
cral stock, will be sold at pricct tjo suit th
timcg. ; .. -- - i
CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK.
Bob Wh fJ and Crystal
Roller Will Flour of
tho be4t quality;
just received! oxe hundred bar
rels OF FRESH, j VIRGINIA LIME F0R
SALE. ' . . .j " j ,
25" I expect all persons who har jiten m
Mortgages on their crops tu bring iue their cot- -tou
wheu it is rcad for sale. !
; li. Ji HOLMES.'
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'sSale of ValaaWe Real
' Ernie for Partition. -.'
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By virtue or a decree of -the .Superiojr;
Court of Rowan I county, made in the :
Special Proceeding entitled, "3IaryA.
Wnlker, Sallic Pinkston, Edward Bwink
and others vs. James Swink and Lucy .
Swink," the undersigned will sell atthe
Court House dpor lu 8alisburyr to the
highest bidder, at public- auction, on
nturttay the 21st day of Janqary, 1888,
the following described real estate situate .
in llowau county, Franklin Township-,
viae : 1 i- '
One Tract of lnn Adjoining the lands--of
Ransom Jacobs, George Overman, Tho
Overman, Michnel Slniping nnd others
known as tho Foard place and containing
about 80 acres. ' ' .
One Tract of land adjoining the lands
of Ransom Jacobs, Rurgess Elliott Rich- -artl
Walker nnd others containing 60
acres more or less, nnd known as the)
home place of the late Wiley W. 8wiuk.
This tract has excellent buildings upon
it- ' - ' r ' '
Also, about two acres tf "fine meadow '
land, adjoining the lands of Burgess
Klliott. - j i T
Terms of pale cash. v
(J FORGE T. THOMASON,
Lee S. Oveuman, Attorney. - -i---Dec.
22, 1887: 4 SAt t
NORTH CAROLINA) Stiperior Court
ROWAN COUNTY i January 3, 1885.
Isaac A. Ribclin, A.T; Kluttz and wifej
Mary J. Kluttz, Jacob A. Ribelin and
Nancy E. Ribelin, plaint iITh, against &un
ud A. Ribcliu, Joseph Rimer find ire, ,
IV L. Rimer, dtfetrdauts. ..-')-,'. :
In the above cutitftd case itopi CAtli.ftZ
to the satisfaction of the Court that 8aml "
ucl A. Ribclin, Joseph 'liiiaei kind IV ,
Rimer are non-residents of lh&-titate audi
cannot be found within thi'tate and
that they arc nctF.sary partien to said
case for the partition of :: real estate in -Rowan
county.it is ordered that nublica
tion lc mede iurflie 'CauMasx-w atch !
man for six successive wetks for said de-(
.fendnntK, notTTying them to ap; ear bfjbre
the Clerk of the Huiiiei ior Court ffer the!
county of Rowan, at j his ollice inABalin-
bury, on the 20th day of February, 1888,
and answer the complaint, a copy of
whi-:h will 1 e deposited in the oQice ol '
the said Clerk Superior Court of raid
county within ten days from the date of.
the .service of this summons, and let thoj ?
iil H. A. Ribclin, Joepli Rimer aud i', i .
L. Rimer take notieoHiat if they fail to v
answer said comiduint within the time,
presenbid by law, iw plaintifis will ap- j
ply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint. i , ;
(iivtn under my hand this 3d day o
Jantutrv, 1888. i - .
J. m. HORAir,
Clerk .Superior Court, i
Jniu T,, 1883. ll;Sw. M
All persons having ir-luims agalust tho
estate of .M. Whiteiunid, dee'd, are hcrer
hy nolilw-d to prtseutjthesame to uie ou
r In fore the lirfd day of Dwember ISSi,
ir tl is notice will be -plead in har of their
ncoVcry. TIIKtl. F, KLVTTZ. h -
Admitmtratonof M. Whitehead, IkcMj J ? V.
Dec 1st, 1887. r . V-.-iV.- v'V-
. 1. All person; itidfcf-tcd to sahl 1 ' '
estate or the firm of 3t. & J. AMiitchfad t
jre ropjtTteu to make payment to me. i
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EKECU1 Oii'o 1I9TIG:.
Having qnali&ed as Jlyecutor i upon J , . -the
Estate of J. M. Erwin, Ueeeased, all '
persons haviugclaimsjagaiut fidjwtate.':'
are hereby notified" (a prrfiut tlum .to'.." ' !
me for payment on or Ix-iVte thv Ji ulay I z A
of December, 1P83, orihU notke V, b ':"mS
plead in bar of their recovery1. ' l , ''-m:s
: , ' f ExctuTor, && ;' "
T Lee S. Oxea, Attoiwy::,yykmi R'Z
ice. " - .
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