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" THURSlilVj.OCTIJELi 24, 108.
Democratic Candidates for Congress
' rt Carolina.
JESSE J. YEA i'ES, of Hertford.
' 2 . frcoud Ditirict,
-W.'il. RlTCHKX of IJaHfax.
ALFRED M.AYADDEIX, ofjNiHajmver.
" 'rttiJh ililfiet,
-i JOSEPH J: D AVJS, of Frauklin.
" MFREDI. SCALES, fMf&.
WALTER X.. STEELE, of Rockingham.
- - ; : 'tSereniiifihti let, '
ROBKTR F. ARMFIELD, of 'Iredell.
. 'if ' Myhih- Dittiht,
ROBERT B. VACK,:f llnnooubc.
ELKCriOTueistlay, November 5iJi.
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' l)uncan K.'McRaeVlt ia stated; lately a
resident of - Chicago, wU retiu n tojliis
iU iiiitiver.$tiite auiTsettje in Wilmingfon.
?'he Sheriff of Orange
lias set a
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around "tlie'jail to iMevcnt the eiAcaie
prisoner. f ' '
Trmmjtt. Every day's exiteritiice proves
4amakui; t the niolrn order ot tramps
Jt is not safe to t'rusf them any farther
than too can se theoj. To lie, steal, aud
deccire is a daUj occupation with them
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- Thfl trifle at Hamlet. S. C;, near the
Pee' bee river, fell with a terrible crash
on Tuesjlay, It was uiiuergoiug reprars
At the time- No lives lost.' Trains
continue to run on - ihe two
ends of the
road iintit'flie' trestle can be rebuilt
' The Spartanburg and AslVeille Kail
Rftad has failed. The creditors, to the
r .7., Y t
jjmouiit-of $G50,01K), have applied fot- and
.ohtaiued. An .order, for the foreclosure of
the mortgage on the road, and Col. James
Anderson, nresent Hiineriutenaent, was
Appointed by JndgC Dick receiver. -
' Mr. G. A. Miller ,ilitor of the"Kowau
SVhiffAud Advocate," a paper published
ia this town iu 135-'54-'5.r, aid ubser
nueutly for. niany years an editorin Geor
gra,' has relimjuished journalisui, of whieh
e as a veteran, and Is now teaching a
ehoet nenr Cbalybxate.SpMiigSin the lat-rState.-
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, Death by,Fire.--'riC Charlotte Obscrtcr
reports the death of a fivo year o,ld negro
child in that count j who was lef't'by its
ngin the fields.' The child got to play
aag 'with the tire, as is supposed, when it
clothing, caught, and jt was burned to
death... Such cases ought to be a warning
to pareuts. t t . (
JTihnington Sum. We have 011 our table
a new candidate for popular fiivor, a daily
Wilmington, N. C' paper of the above
jiame by Mr. Cicero W.'Hanis; a, gentle-
fian of welKknwwn ability. Wade II.
larris, of Concord, presides over the local
department and is performing his. part
welL The Suit is a huge paper, and dis
plays decided ability and industry iu its
.; varied departments.' si;
pei9rsIiM)ALi. denies in toto having
sent any, telegram iu cipher from New
Orleans or Florida. Was never in Flori-
ua. Teut to ew urieaus "at tne
'fluist bf ihe'beihocratic national commit-J
tee onlyHoaid iu having justice-'done toIthose of old who waIkci no S to
oniytoaiuiu naving j
tl lemecratic-party in Louisiana by
.honest praVtleci and througll legitimate
counting and conference." "All myiicts,'
ayslie, 44wbile I was at New Orleans I
jam -'willing the' world should know." He
' jtoik nq part in any conference or act look
jna t Aft Undue Secuving of the electoral
yotes of Florida or Louisiana. """ -
JTrag&lifin Lundert(jnf-b jpung.lady
n Lumberton, uaiued Linkhaw, about a!
week ago entered a public liotel in that'
place and asked pei nnssi.a "to gee Jlr.
Ed. Haftman, who was stopping there.
ITIiey met lu the 'parlor, and after a few
i lyords ljef;ycei jtjiem, sue drew a pistol
anJ tired, tle ball taking effect near the
heartdytlie young man. Within 24 hours
afterwards she gave birth to a full grown
child, and it "is understood' that she char
ges Mr. Hartnian with seAiuction and de
sertion. Mr. Hartman lingered for about
a weeltjy Jijg yesterday, protjng his
. nuoteie to tlie last. The excitement of
( thelwo events h.Vs bronghfithe lady, to
verge of the gra ve, aud thus sin isacconi
plishing its w ork.-
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Mr. J. Allen Brown, of this place, re-
eeivedj on Tuesday, thc'fohowiug note :
; fiXiiw Yduk, 23 Oct., 1873.
' IN MCMORIAM." '
TIJs iaoxiiiug, at Atlanta, Ga., departed
this lifey -
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. We deeply regie
i. A. bw in,
. iPTew York Ubderwriters Agency,
vf.?f.jV- Mb- Uroadway.B.: i i.-.,.
. Mr. DoMhw waihe"s6q t Dr. Geo. B.
Douglas formerjva icsiden of this townj
and yei remembered by the older inhabi
tants. ,The ecease4" was also known
jier'and highly respected by his friends.
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The "rail road meeting which was held
iiK Wjlkibom on the 19th, adjourn
ed wlthput aetbiu to re-ass'eUible on the
st of peceTnber.
Nortrohnrf."T" r-- Stubbobness U anegedtpbe spe of:$
ind'is'peulp rijitrodfte r- cltara;ri;Jic, of UieGerma plej bui
lotte Observer if it lenieant t!t tlTej ais,u-or addicted
i rrcSOt 'the given courM Untt reapo, we think it
articles' iuentioned, as follows
jVr.Uu! best ten MifxW'M Wr
S 10.00. " " r , At
i the best imrrel oi man jwm ,
any variety, $10.00 in goiu.
iiit.. , v"-"" o . . i I..
For the best bama.ory iW
.45.00 ' ' . . . i- I
We kiv a MAiiubcr of farmers m kow-i
an whure noted tor proaucing un -.ir;
lit Jl i.I 1 V Vm - F " " - r , 1 I
ter; scopes who caDt be beat in ."Sicomplishmeut ef tfootl to ,tlicoeWe or
iiisli potatom ; and if white oujoua win Jotiierg fLey have a jart clainj to fixed-
imv.wcll in Charlotte w fMnk Riwan
au send them enoogji t jiertume me air i
until next planting Utte. uf
Ttnnh Knhhrru.-JLnotUer d-rinz day-
i-ht bank r.bbery has been perpetrated. 1
The Manhattan Savings BanK Duiiumg,
u New York Citv; was entered on the
morninff of the 27th, by six mei, between
6 and o'clock; the janitor and his wife
were seized and handcuffed, and compel!-
ed under threats jof instant death, to give
up the keys of theJiauW and the vauus,
and reveal the c(Hi.ii);nation of the . safe,
Having made everything secure the rob- j
bers proceeded ith tbar worK wiinoui; tinea to no respeci.
noise1 or confu'sjoa, TVy are report as; re have been led t to make these re
having carried oft' in money, bonds and marks in answer to one we heard on the
other valuables to the amounts of 12,158,- street last Saturday, f o-wit :
700. Only about $11,000 of tba lunmse
"steal will be of any service to the robbers,
llie otner lironeixy iaKcu iihj iu hhi
which Uiev cannot use, and "which will
not sfewousjy damage ! bfqjc'.' Every
available detective in the city fja been
put to work to ferret put the perpetrators
aud it is probable they will f found, J
The vote between Jjje two cajriAiate
for Congres in this Djstrrcfc may -v8108- true as ateel in battle, and shirked no
Uniler ordinary ircu instances it would be jaty ,0wever hard, and euduretd suffer
uo race at'iiU. Robbins carried the Di.v jj, a COuiposure equal to the best.
trict two years ngo by a majority of 4,075.
Maj. Armfield will fall behind this, no
doubt, aiuL Mr, Brower tan aever reach
Dula's vote. The question between these throughout the distiict and the State, ex
geutleinen however, is censiderably mix- cept iu those districts where the contest
ed. We cannot know how it will be de- hag 8harp and spicy. Indeed we be
dded. A few votes may turn the scale. iieve tl,e 4th and 5th DistricU are the
No democrat would be willing to lose the ouly exCeptiou to the rule. Wliy there
Dist i ict, and yet some do profess to be ghouid be apathy any where is the strang
careless about voting, A moment's reflec- cst thing of all; for certainly there is
tion will satisfy all such that they are in- nothiUg iu the political situation which
consistent" with themselves, and that the thou1d niake democrats indifferent about
only sure way to prevent the loss of the voting; but ou the contrary very much to
District is for every democrat te -poll his
vote. It will not be pleasant to see the L
7tl; North Carolina ms-represenied in the
next Long. ess, anu tne uemocrais or me
UKstrtct owe it to tueraseives, tne own
and the country to prevent such a catas
trophe. They tan easily do it, and next
Tuesday is the day to act.
Siiuihy DettcprpttpH. It will be sepu by
an abstract of the proceeding in another
nart of this paper, that the Presbytcriau
rn,wi lutnK- 5b uHuinn at. 1d.lw.V
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ceration oy tue rauroaus. it is a snuject
of great importance to the people of the
whole country, and should especially en
gage the earnest efforts of all who believe
in the Bible as the word of God, to put a
top to the desceration of this Hely day
It Ts a question' which admits of no debate
with thoso who acknowledge Gid. No
suLtifuireofai ffumentcan set aside the
command in this case any more than it leaving the Democratic State ticket a plu
can those: "thou shalt not'steal:" "thou rality of 13,739. According to the Repub-
shalt not tjommit adultery," "thou shalt Ucan organ at ludiauapolis the Legisla
not bear false witness:'' "thou shalt not tur ta"d follows: Senate Demo
kill." The oft repeated command in re-
spectto keoping the Sabbath, aud the
terrible visitations of the Almizhtv udoii
His word, should lead the people of the
present day to look for a judgment to
come for such a wanton disrerard of one
ef tho plaiuest and most positive precepts
iu the decalogue We hope the efforts of
Synod may be followed by a geueral
awakening on this most solemu subject.
Those ruuners of tbe'blockade who con-
in.1rmnrin ti.. TT a r..
Statesville last week and were discharged
ou promise of good hl)?Vior in the future,
certainly ought to be thankful to get out
of their difficulties on sulj jaAey terms.
We trust for fhe sake of old North Caro
lina honesty, they will everv one of them
keep their promises. '
Bat is not such a wholesale pardoniug
of violators of the law. an admiitairtn im
the part of the government that the law
itself is unstiited to the peeple and ought
n.,t t.ipriH "v i.5ir t, i. : .1:
H..v v iiiiuai evi aw in 1 11 ui
rcct conflict with the old established hab
:a- f ,1 . . . .
its 01 me people, ana is a vexatious and
almost ruinous restriction on their iudus
tries. Aud the law is unjust in that it
singk'3 out only two subjects for taxation,
aud those that are mostly relied by a por
tion of the people to make money.
- But the worst eflvct of the law by far is
the demoralization i. Is exerting on the
people. Every block aider and every man
who purchases blockade gqos, commits
eitner actual or implied perjnry. And it
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great mistake, but it is al ihe same; the
H.! ,r.a ...i A. 'Ji- . ' 'a, ...
-s", are uius
J learniug to disregard the solemnity of the
oain ami 10 uate tne government for in-
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trtnging ou what tbey regard as their aq-
cient rights and privileges. :
to havt; fail, to greatly modify the exist-
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inir rorenue laws tlmv will ertai-ilv Mm
a ; - ff71' " T '
auori iu in pprprmance ot duty.
is a sianiing trutn that many have already " r , ' : ,
. , V wi u , v , ' He of apples, 20 do peaches, 50 do pears,
reachetl the point of believjug that they 2 do quinces, 15 do grapes, 3 do figs,2 do
commit no moral offense by acUqat Id pomegranates,.. Ail of these are tlie
conflict with the revenue laws. ' This ia a products of Dr. Fs. own trees, and are
The bpst and cheapest ia the world. Dr. fact t it the Fair at Raleigh is a terma
Rail's Cough Syrup costs you pnly 25 cts. ntinc$ aii'g to work to amend errors.
iuit s uoiign &yrnp cost yop, pny Z5cts.
aud if it does not cure yorf ugjiyoucan
get your money back. '
TRf DUTCH 0,F .ROPJI
U untrWe. 9n lentrfry, l 00 meani
that .they are characlestjcaHy act in their
obinions, and patiently and steadily work
f ' m . .
tocarrv them into practiced we supiHtoTV:-.iw.I 77 X Jf" iTiVT. .7' '
- . nra-tf-r we
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JWPi u uinilwu'
easily turned from m purpose which
t commands thr approval a
gi,t, aud promises to fltptnt n tne ac
neH of cIJiracter and . to persutehce in
cffOT ut to accuse them of that kind
atubboruets which overrides reason
and comuion fgntfi i. a simple libel on
their character, leading, it doe to.. the
inevitable conclusion that they are either
uencieui in uuuwuimiu8, VI vuDwv..-
tionally perverse.. There are such mdi-
viuaais iu me wwiu, iuhuj ut mrm, n.
fact; but he would be a daring man who
would assert that thre are more ef them
among the . German people than among
.. n .' i ' t r:' .1.1
tne scotcn, insn or :..Apgiwu. . av wuum
assert something, of which there is no
proof, aud can be none, and tUeretore en-
"ff Dutch of liowa hare goi .incir
heah et ayain$t this election and are not
This was uttered in that reproachful
sens tp which we have already objected.
It is a libid on .thousands of honest men
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who are just as true to tne amy iney owe
the State as any race of men on earth.
There were no better soldiers in Uen.
Lee's army th'au the Dutch boys of Rowan,
Cabarrus and Catawba. They were as
t ig not true that: tjiey are wore Indiffer-
etlT disposel towards the election than
ther Tho anathV is fieneral
cl11 forth eV9rv m.xn on the locliou daT
d h wbole duty. It will not sur-
prUe U jf the DutcW of Rowan den't beat
u,ie Scotc j,.,, of IredeU anJ tbe uiie4,
uwi...f n,v;. t.l.-ir
turn out next
Tuesday. We shall see what we shall
see. Mean while,. we call on our Dutch
friends in Providence township, the Kes
tlers, Agners, Bai ringers, and others; aud
iu Morgan township, the Millers, Morgaus
and Shavers; ia Gold Hill, the Mauneys,
Heiligs and Holshousers; in Litaker, the
Roseiuans, Millei s and Bmwiw: iu Atwell,
Sloops, Li pes, Deals aud Bostiau, Oveiv
cashes, Yosts, &c, &c, to raise the shout
iU1a tell the boys to come on.
Settifffs of Vie Indiana Election. The
j official returns of the late election in In
diana are iu at last. I be aggregate vote
is 414,694, the largest ever cast except at
u,e ol!lie unu riesueuiai ejetnoq m 0u
The Democratic vote is 194,491, the Ue.
publican 180,755, and the National 39,448,
craU' 24 Publwans, 23 ; Natiouals, 3.
I ouse democrats, ou ; republicans, ;
Natioiial8' H Twfrof NaUenals in
tue oeuate anu. six in the uouse have been
Democrats, while the others, six altogeth
er, have been Republicans. They wil
all vote for Voorhees, however, in prefer
eBC to a haid-mouey man of either par
tT "ag" " elected by a combi
BHtidU of Nationals and Republicans.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF 7TH DISTRICT
SIS . ,13S
j Robtynsmaj. 4,0:3.
T,,e Ii!!aboro border speaking of the
In the pomologi
I m 11 tuv I'uiifUMJKiciu iepartment mere
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a iiiuvij hi iiuiuire.
lmire, Uaot. INatt Atkm
K11 Was there 'with nig uannl mainiilioon
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show of apples. Ve doubt if the whole
world would lie able to nresent such a
ueautuui exhibit as made bv the nion-
4 . A
uiHu guineu uiic wucu averagei j
pound weight each, and which in rich
, 1 .1 ..1 .
nets of color, fragrance of odor, and great
ttess of size, exceeded anything we have
ever seen of the kind. Mr, A. had up
wards of 200 varieties of apples qh'exhU
ur. ueorge K. roust of Alamance nas
A.M .. 1.. c a
there with a large aud fine assortment of
f r,c ir peacnes, pi urns, grapes
g" "Prentatiyes of his orchard
He 18 ? of tho most intelligent and sue-
cessflll hoit en tur Ufa in thm OMj
hi lerations are on so large a atrale that
uc W prepareu at tue proper sea-
I A Aill r , W m
u" -ruera irorn nis larm near
U rharo, C. .
9 Uf object of removing the State
1 r..i..st. a-
tlie Retard r nrA.lita it. will I.A ..,i.
- irrfw mnm.m
the institution if ever done, aud con
Let the public mind settle down to th
iiAtoci mi nu iwx 10 escape mem oy. a, re-
raoya tfiich involves ineviuble destrUc-
tion jo he whole institution.
iuuiun.'. nr. av.i. Mi'oriiirufaii- ....
-4 iStnC of tKe exwjntife 'tommifci
M10 t&e PrliuiriikAMoitatiori.rheia
a JJ ..'fii' ""'.1 '"' ,. .
y r v-iy' utrv. ji-mj annuay muso
fo.r iwifyp fair vras accepted. Jn
astnuch-asldd were receivecfTroui ithe
Mount Pleasant Cornet Baudf .the? Saa-
lUrV Cornet Rami ill rnnivin)
o "t --,- - -wm-
pliment to our StateavilU fi-fends; " The
boys are expected to be on'tHelr good 'be
havior, and to aiake goodjeertaiu pltdges
made for them by their freuds. - -
j It has bren uiiileastood from the begin.-
ning that hoi liquors of a spirit. nous iiafune
would-be allows io. le sold on the fair
gronnds during the fair, but on yesterday
it was agreed that lagr,beert ales, and
other refreshments might lie. ""soldi "Th
privilege to sell refreshment yrUl be ol4
in front of Yigler'a atore: Ftiday evening
wxtt te the Jiig hefc-.bid bfy uden the
direction orMr Di?., Hfcehwoir. x$io is
a inemberof thttexecnti w CQuimit,
.Hon. Jk ii. Lernih .oj .U-siutorvand
Professor ,VY J. Martin,, j(pavid(n. Col-
legi will be invited. t4e)ivjerr,iddrsses
during the fair H).(Uljtuu. tho speaik
era already, in vtcdL T SrM ww.:,
. .One of t-lte inost uit cresting features of
the fair promiw to le theplowiugniutch
which is to take pl4.ee. on the grounds. A
preuiiuui of a complete sy.t of plow gears
is offerel for the,.best' plow boy. yuder
sixteen years of age, and., a. No. 10 Oliver
ch illet plow is ottered to thu bet plow-
mau without regard to agi-.. -The cutest
is to take place Hinder the tHretitof.the
following uaiued foaimittee wlipse Judg
ment nue will dispute ip such, matters,
iz: Wash M. Mills, Ed. C, Davidson
Miltou Caldwell, . Robert M. McDowell
W. P. Little . aud William Stewart, of
Mecklenburg, aud Peter Cox, ef Cabarrus.
This plowing match .will . .probably be
made with plows which are entered for
..mntiti.in at tl.fjii- ,ml th lA:itr1
wuo proves w nave uie ijccesaiui piow
t I s' I
1 I . J
will get a handsome semi -oft among the
ive. wide-awake' '''farmers of Mecklen-
DU,B i j - . t- 1
Information baa been received here that I
iiAf rf.n .if hiinarMaa.iiP'nHU will
"Ml " ' " "
over the V estern Nortli Laroliua ltaiiroad
and the crowd iu Charlotte will, be .tlie
argest that has assembled liere since the
centennial celebration : of 1875
J. C. Warlick, of Lincoln ton, Will enter
a variety of rusty. coat apples, . known as
the Keener-Seedling,' for premium at the
fair, and Dr. D. W. C. BenbeW, one of the
live farmers of Guilford:,;. will1 probably
enter a collection of cereal s. which, will
do credit te his farming-
The executive coninrittee'1ia"dectiled;
itel. This fact toemr t eecm to lo gener
allv understood.' "
tlier it lias been tne urulerstatiaing 1 recovering against vmi iheauiu of three, him
the liegiuning that,uotVljg Will. bl'Ired ami Vikty ix dollar, with' interest on
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for ndmittiiiiftti-tielea toboexhib- " " "" " ?' "'B .
ti .t. e twiner, 18y, st a term 'of Mid Court rffrtt and
I he premium hats of ihe fair can be - . . . .j
had by application to the i secretary.
The UbsetTer office. Char, ,06.
Finn Acres of LAND
FOR SALE OR LE.VSE.
The undersigned offers a valnabler tract
ng the land of Robt. ; Benson, James
l and others. It is well watered and
id. Terms easy. . : '
A fine Jlilch Cow for sate. . Apply to
E P. HALL:
Mt. y ernon," Koivan Co., Ni" C
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To . liasazins Ciut)Gettsrs !
, 3-BUTTON Klk GLaVES,
FSEKCH AND ENGLLSE Cashmere
and Elegant $ILK pilESS PA f tEJt SS. '.
GIVIJN IN PB.EkiuiM8
1nr SiihapHhtir-i ; lit C'uli Itiiifm 'Li . '
Arthur's Tin in p- Mair'a-fi im'
aiiuui u uv uu uiugu fii uu
TERMS: 2.sa a Year, wit a largt rtduetio for
Clubs st-ciiuen numbers, 10c. , .
ty Send for Club-tieiter's Speclaf Circular, eon
laiuing ruu panteuiars or uua spienaia oirer.
T. S. ARTHUR SON. 1T S. StxLb U Pblla.
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We hereby give notice that nfter' this
date our at ore will lie open oil Sunday
for the note of tltfdtttncg nnftf.' '; We psi
tively will not sell Cisrars-or 'lobaceo' n
that day. t' ;-
'b THEO. f.4 KLUTfZ,'
f C. U. BARKLT
; .I -ivii it Kyi;
Oct. 16th, 13rd. 52-.ini;
U. Inrcrnal '"'Ueveiiii'e,
. , CollectorOff-icic; ntirDis't. N. C:, V
STA'rA ii.L-Ocr4ih,-'i78. i
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..The fojlowii oroperty iiaving'bi
'r'violalion if tlie lnternal;'lieven
n of the Uniteil States
'About 6t) pound of j
M a n a fac t u red -Te&acro.
52: 3t. J.
All ptrnoiw having clairan againat the eatate
of pranci I. Luckey, deceaaVd.'.'sre hereby
notjfiet) to present them to'the iin.derxTffned on
ir before the 5th day of' 8eptemler! A. D.,'
1879; and all persons indebted to 'said estite
are reqntsted to come forward vatul aettle
Salisbtiry, N. C, Sepf; th 1878, m
iOHN 8. HENDERSON, ,
J.O. FLEMING, -
46:6L . Ex'rs, of Fr K. Luckey, dee'd.
THE TIME TO.gTJBSCBXBE
LOR THE WATOHMAN
the owner thereof will appea'Mtefore. tne, with- "J "ag t-l 'J5
Thirty daya W6m dale hiret. .rid -inake Uj 'Ig-g "XjS
aim thereto I aeofdiri- lo prdvlMbna of Sec. f t5
3 460. RiS -oii trlViimewirMKifrtrfcitedto the S22 T W Z
All erm indebted to he etjie of Mm.
irihna . Brown.'decd .'are herebVreaut-
ed io"atke payment at once' anVTyill jJermin
having claims safnHt MldtsUUr fireiieiH
tnera nry antueniu-ateU on .or rbe.Rreta 3d
da of (October, ,1879, as required by Uw, or
this notice will be plead in' bar of their re
. K. K. CRAWFOJBD,
f-' L. AV. UKAvVFOKp,
VI rivM r r wit" v il aii'uexjud.
Oct. 3d, 1878. 50:6t.
Sale of N. C. Railroad Stock,
At the Oiurt Ilouite door in Saliiburr. on
T.UeWsy the 19lh day of Koyeiuier iiexu 1 will
sell Twenty Shires of Stock in the'Norili Caro-
una Kail road. Terin of 8a leCVifA.' I.
f T. UOODMAK. Mm'j of ,
Oct I, 187. 6t:J ' ' A. M'. Uoouman.
Now Polling Place
Al EnocWlB, Atwell TownstiD.
police la.iiereoT given mat tne iJoarii 01
yusiices of the Peaee of Rowtrt -eoiintr;"at a
meeting herd at the Court II obse hi fcialintjury.
on ib J.4tl j.i ordered auotkexAiulliiig place
10 oaeHtaui'jiiieij in iweu lownmup, at r.nocn
Vinrftid to be called "EnoclJvff.rea.oti
PrecMia.?-':' . - -. ir;.'i . .
. ..All elecja in Alwell Townhij,riW! wi"h
to yine al the ,.iiociiyille.lKx, must oiitain tter
tiflcnlei f remover from the IterfhtraM of "the
A.wH PrecTrietf rl rejiter thei:nHiw'witl
J.,A.LMe .and M. Forrlha, .egj.irara of
' " By "order f fhe Ifoard of ' JiiJumS.1-1' ' -
, liejfUler of Deeti nJl Cle k.
Sept. 14. 1378. 4S:7f . " . '
'MI CaroliJia -Davie Coanty.
Coleman Foster, Adm'r. of
Volm Call,Jet:'d. Plaintiff
Elizabeth Call and t'ivid
Petition to sell
ani lor payment
Call, Naner CV.H;-N. F.
CalL MsrvJ. Call.. Mar
ahall Cal'l and Mildred
Call, in ft. IXJU.
ft appearing to the itaiiafaotion of the Curt
opon atfi.lavit of the plainlilf-that N. F. Call
one of lh delendanu above j;iiieu..i, a. non
resident of the Stale. It 14 ordered that iuh
"canon ixf iiiiue in tne
Xm Ml V feiWiajjIi'a Maulra i fit 4V . mm i m I il ll
ruvw"nt wec-R, iiutiM in iiririni
Bl D apHfJir M ,b! offia. of the(;lef k of lhe
superiur Court olanl county on the l:ty
m November next, anJ answer the complaint
..htch is dHofiied in wild othce. r tne" iFain
tiff, will aoolr to the Court for the relief de-
joanded in the complaint.
I . .. . . - -. v. n ...... .
llliesf., lr M. 1J1 iNO 1 1 . Al ,
jUn 26ih. 1J478. 49:6t. im!
rSTATE OF NORTH CJtROLINA.
Rowan County," ""
IN THE t:iJvKIOK COUKT.
Berry Foster and Albert Fouler, trading a
Berry r outer-. Son. Plaintiff
. .. Ayaintt
John S Ilaigler, Deffe'ndant.
To John 8. llaigler, non-resident :
Ytkusre hereby notified that the plaintiffs
above, named nave coiiuneiieeo an action
againt you in the Superior Conrl oC-Jiowan
i-otinty, ami State aforeaid, for the purpose of
fdiinrt llou-'e in the town of S:iliburv on the
fch Momlav after the 4th Monday of jSeptetii-
t'awer or demur to the complaini which will le
filed in the office of the Tylers or the ?menor
Court of aaid eo'inty; within the first tJireedaya
of said term. .. You are, furl her. notified thai a
warrant of attachment ha- been :iietl, upon
the affidavit of the plaint irtVasninst your pro-
pertvin aiJ coiintv. returnable to faw. term
of the Superior (Jwirt, to be held at the Court
Mwn1ay afier the 4U Mondav of -Sept
J. M. IIOKAII,
Hortite in the town, of SaiHhnry. on the ot.h
. Clerk Superior Court of Rowan County.
47:6t. " ' .
S fl. mm
CO O n
I L. O
O n S 9- mi
v - a . a Hi
CO h $
T. L AYEES,
JIAaVCFACTUBEQ OF 'FINE CIGARS.
The rollowUigr brands kept constantly, oa.nand
"Royal tjein," $5i.a per M. "Little Pet." SW.fto pe
I yer Laice," (half Uarani fss.Vi per
I -j0 1," 1 p t M: "Prtflf of CuM,"l33.9fl pe
(Botn Havana nued.) "Uilsy 3SJ" per-M
I rmCre," Per : pijJprouipt
" T I ami voii are nerebv reiMiiieO tu aiAwar at tl
O SS-'S 3- r
W H I I
LI . a
buy acd seH all kuds pf Real Estate ou corpnysq. Have agen,ta North ulj
g up emigration for tins section. We advertise more exteudvely thau any
ageivyr in tUe-country so that jpi)T chauc
a ia.iiac TTmitraa itn l4 rai 1 1 nn aa laa la
those liavjng real estate tpell. We want
Agents wanted in every coonjy.
ansu.Tj & CO -
PIATSTOS ''AKJ"' ORGANS.
We are State AgentsTor Horace Waters
The best instrument in tbe world for the
Prices lower thau the lowest. Of SHEET
received as soon as published. Churches,
Tenebera supplietl with-PIANOS, OKUAaXS awl SHLtf MUSIC; large discouatTff
Send fiir catalogue aud price list. Any other make of piauoa or, organs' sunwli'
42:ly." ' " :" ! : ! ' . -
Mason's Improved; Fruit Jars.
A. large lot. jit in. A long, long ways
Cheajver than ever offered" before. ' "
Kltt TE f MHS.
KLUTTZ'S FLY7 PAPER
' Slav them lr the million. Cheap.
" At KLurrrs DRU(i stoke.
BEST THING YET.'
KLUTTZ'S BLACKBERRY CORDIAL, :
i the aafest, nreAt-aiHt- fnott deaaant remedy
for Diarrhea, Dvnenterx, Ac.
For iale only at RLUrTZ"S Drng Store.
ALL FOR A QUARTER.
A good Lamp, chimnev, burner and
ull fur a quarter.
At KLU ri Z7S DRUG STORE -
Males tbe Little Ones Sleep.
Does Kluttz's Soothing Drops. Contain no
Only at KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE
Three Fine Cigara for 10 centa.
. Red "C" Oil. Rot and preltiext illumina
Bluing Soap haa the blntng already in il.
Wood Pocket Soda Fountain. Call and
Unparalleled bargain in Hair Brnshea. Toi
let Sai, Ac -
At T1IEO. F. KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE,
17:ly. Salisbury, N. C.
p. n. heilig a son,
would call attention to their large and splendid
Embracing IRONS and STEELS every variety ot
sizes ana shapes bestquautjr.
Wagon &nd Buggy materials.
comprising: all the various kinds required springs,
axies, waeeis, sc., reaay 10 set up.
Telegraph Straw Cutters.
all sizes, and unsurpassed in quality and durability.
Great American Lightning SAWS, -
every kind and size, embracing MILL & CROSSCUT.
N A I L S all sizes cut and wrought.
TTie most DODUlar an l annrovfd st vIoh Plow Cast
ings, aU kinds, bolts, tc JpSHI No. 6 points tor $1. !
Wl N DO W C L A SS f rom s h 1 it to U 30 Putty, oils.
faints. arntshes. Ujfntnme Drier, sc.
FAIBBANK HCALKSA-steelyarda and Balances.
For Carpenters, Blackstnltha, Shoemakers, Farmers. !
Clmmpion Mowera and Reapers.
Horse Rakes, Threshings Machines,
liorse-Powers. Pumps, fVcrata Cradles,
(rasi Scythes. Plaaters Handled Hoea,
CUNS. Pistol. Knives. andcUTLKKYof all kinds.
Lr our stock embrjMs e erytulnsr to oe found In
uu 1 Kriuritw 1 1 tv u n ai r owl , aim ail iun.
prices tor ca.su. w ltn ux&dks tor past favors we
hope to merit couilnued confidence and lncre&anu
patronage. March 7, ISTS. 20:ly
PIANO FOR SALE
An elegant Schuuiacker" Piano,, very
low for cuh or on reasonable term.
Apply to Mrs. G. J. Kit-harden, or at
By virtue of a Mortgage executed to me by
I. II. Mc'Elwee and wife 5fay V "Mc-Klwee,'
in the 21kI day of Atij-ot, H7G, and reiler
ed in the Rej-iKter'x Otiice in ltowaii county,
N. C, on,lhe 7th day of September,. ltiTti, in
Book No. 52, page 547, I will -ell for Caidi,
on the premise?, on theSlttday of October
A Valuable "' ract o ' Iand,
lying in the county rtf Rowan; on the waters ol
Third Creek, containing 2H7 acre, more or lew,
ind known an part. of the late W.. P. Grahani'a
Land ; twinning at a poatoak corner, tbee
;Krtb 57p went 21 chaina to a hickory, thence
north 89" weal 18 80-100 chain- to. a alakeJ
SATE TlFROIf :!
ihence north Zy eaat 2) chains to a red o k,
thence north 2 west 7 chains to a while oak,
ilieoee north' 78 ea-t 34 chaFnS'toa rd ' onk.
ihence Hunih 10 va 34 50-lUO obp 10. a
one, thence north 80 eat 7 eh dn to a (one
thence north 75 eat 14 chains to a pine,
thence north b weal 4 chaina to a atonelhenee
north 7 1 east 20 chaina to a black gum,
hence east 7 50-100 chain to a white oak,
thence noil th 40d. eaat 8 25-100 chainKjo a
4lake in an old field, thence north 41. eaat 4
10-100 chain te a black oak therice south d.
Nt 2- 7i-100 chains t a atake, henrj aouth
75d. weal 50 Unka to a white oak, thence north
IJdl weat 7 ehain to 4 large prrte", thence' aouth
-M. went 48 14-100 chin to a atake in si old
road, theive wioth 6d, et. 10 chaina to a
Hake, ihenee 7ld. went 5 10 -100 chains to the
Vginning ; containing as above stated, 267
tcrei, more or less.
S. A. SHARPE,
Sutes rii le, N. C, Sept. 1 4, 1 878.
or aeJJmg lands are superior tp any ni?
lljtj WfM aUllt.lt. MtrrutnrtitiL... r
a numlier of farms hvwto ti, ordJL J
our advertising paper "The Southiandn'
tg, Sons celebrated Pianos and Organi
money. Fully warrahted for six rMw
MCSie we have a full stock. New
Suiiday - Schotds, Female Seminaries a,Jl
dawson & qo;,
CHARLOTTE, X. C.
SIHONTON FEMALE COLLIGJ
The next' "swion ope'n Xiignut 28 lg-
lloard, and tuition in Engl ii(t; $85.00 Lr
kw f twenty weeks. Catalogue and circuit
with full uarticutartofl aMdjoaijoi r
Auurefi. ii n.. 0 K A N T
AROUND the COUNEIt,
To the Public, Greeting :
JULIAN & FRALEY
- Present compliments to the public
and desire to ealt renewed attention to their
efforts to be useful as
Their prices are as low as it is possible to -make
them, and their work not irrferiorife
any.- They fill ordersm two depart menu,
and have so far divert -satisfaction TUey
have ex tend etl their facilities recently,, and
are encoura:el to hope for jncrease! df
mands. Their ready made sUSCft in 'hiDd
comprises nreiieraTassortment of horftr.
niture Bedheads. Bureaun. C.ka lies Prcm,
Lounges, Racks, Wardrobes. . BHk Csei :
Cuplioanls and China Presses, Candle Stands
Tin Safes. Desks. Tables, Washstands, Chsirt
&c. Thev- also keep an assortment of
t.i r., 1 .. .
f of walnut, pine and jxmliir, front 3 upward.
Also, Window Sash. They fill orders with-
out vexntiotia delays.' YVi IT 'contract for car-
H-ntcr s work jUwI warrant- satlaction. Will
take good lumber and country produce in
exchange for furniture. Shop jiearjy oppo
site Watchman office. 'jui.tAk FltALKT.
j Hack Line to Albemarle.
The iinderaiiftied U riiitiiin a comfortable
tri weekly Haek line ffi.in Salinbury to Alb-,
marie, N-C. Will conver p-weiier- to (j1I
Hill, or eUewhere on the line, heax-r than
any Li very Stable." Lave Salinburv everv
Monday, Wednesday ahd Friday, 7 a. lit
turn every Tuesday, Thuraday am JSMiurdavr
6 p. iu.
Leave orders at National Hotel.
v V. WHITLOCK,
The Oldest Specialist In America.
Dr. J A. Cloplon, of HnntiTille, Ala.,
Treat with slmnat Universal oncee- ah
Cancerous atfectiona, ait Bcroialouf ff
iion, Excresenceisnd Taxnors aUmi tl.
fare, &c. Piles, Fistula, Bropiiear aHer-
I if tita Aro as lhalL ul.i m mm J.'Sa . a. -
auureiw nuvaon, jonn tutjjvn VJlopUin, giviaf
hi name in fulL .-J
Send for Circular 9 and ee Testimonials
from men known to -verv"ohe' in the Stats.
1 Th..'.,...,. ai.. .ii.i
aot. leave home, hit
bee-i rureil by the ite of l,i remediea. Print
fl direction! accompany all pacliap. M
that any mail or woman can uie them with
Bin-res. .... ,
Wrile-yor.r name in fujl, al-o your. Pstl.
Office, County and State. Alwayn wriie mr
name, or my ao'nn nafne In full.' 25;j5na".- '
STATE OF NOttTIl CARO'LLVA.
Edwan County . .
IS THE StIPKKIOR C'Ol'RT.
It P Iivaiill, A4luV,,f Jdlmdlealy. - v.:r
Ajuinjit , t. . .
Amelia Uencher, AddUon lleajy, 0!!t
I Ipji.lv. Milan Campbelf and wffe KeUre,
Lentil a (inOey, S lleiily, Jame M Heidjr.
D Hei.l v, Kiln. Henly,.'anl )-ix other, iaissr
Uejrf of K Henl'y, deceaaed. .
Yon are hereby noliGedhat the above
tit-led action haherti ciuiiiieiiced for-th' Pur"
' poSe of making realei'late aiMet lor paym"11
'of debu, and you M reliereby required to f
at mv oilite within 20 davM from thia daW. is
answer or demur lb' the complaint.
26th August, 1878. '
Clerk Superior Uoux Kovaa Csunty.
Davie County- J
isTitE VaonaTE cotat.
J5, S. Morris, Plaintiff Petitloiho refflofs
Again -. V AoWiniatralur.
W. F. Kenoon, Drft. J yr-
UfHn affidavit of the PainUlJti ordr
by the Court llmt publication be made in
"t Carolina Watchman," for aix auccewuve
noiiiymg tne asm ueienaant, . r. a-""
who in a.non-rexident of I he-Stale, oappe''
the office of the Clerk of .the Superior Tiort
ef aaid county, on the 7th day of November,
1878, and anawer the complaint which will
"Bled in the above eoljtled action within
trays from the date hereof, and if he Jail -awer
the-eomplaint, the Plaintiff wijlspptT 0
the Court for the,relief demandeutalha
plaint. Wilrre, '
' (I. M lNflfUM,
udae Ijrobile and V. S. Cl Dsvia,Couap
September 10th, 1878. 48:6t. pd- ,
Mortgage Deeds for sale her