SALISTtTJRT. THURSDAY JULYJB,
FOR CONGRESS :
- HON. W. M. KOUBIXS.
toB. SCP'T. PUBLIC' lKSTRUCToK
COL. S. D. POOL.
THOMAS J. WiLSOX
- FOR SOLICITOR:
Desteera'.k-ConscrTailvc Ticket for Bswsn
Csasty si dusted by the CJ CsaWt-
OR THE LEGISLATURE;
party ineaaure a Radical measure and
it Will be fully established by that party
if the people do net rise to their might and
prevent it. !S 1
Those who desire Civil Rights should
vote for a Radical.
Those who wish to hasten social equals
ity with all its abominations, should vote
for a Radical.
Those who favor mixed schools should
vote for a Radical;
Those who think that Congress, in order
to establish negro domination, social
equality, and mixed schools, has the pow
er to sot asido the constitution, ignore
State laws,, and the rights of property
holders, should vote for a Radical.
Those who do not favor these abomi
nations, will all vote for Conservatives.
JOHN II. CLEMENT.
House of jLcrcsentativcs :
UEOliGE M. BE HIS II ART.
0 E : i r,
FOR SHERIFF : i
CHARLES F. WAGGONER.
TOR CLERK OF SUPERIOR COUP
JOHN M. UORAU-
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS :
HORATIO N. WOODSON.
JAS. S. McCUIttilNS, JR.
Bowan and Davie.
Messrs. Crawford and Price, the two
Conservative aspirants to the Senator
shin frum the district composed of ttowan
and Davie, having withdrawn from the
w m .
fit Id, a committee composed of an equal
number of Rowan and Davie men have
placed in nomination Mr. John H. Clem
ent, a farmer by profession, a good and
true Democrat ana withal an intelligent,
enterprising good citizen. Wo thought
we' knew this district too wIl to believe
that Bhe would do anything to place iQ
jeopardy tha success of the Conservative
party t aiJd this amicable adjustment ot
ho misuiiuerstaudiuff .between Messrs
shall be construed to deny or defeat any
right of civil aetion accruing to any pers
eon, whether by reason of this set or
Sec. 4. That no citizen possessing
all other qualifications which are or may
be prescribed by law shall be qualified for
service as grand or petit juror in any
court of the United States, or of any State,
on accouut of race, color or previous con
dition of servitude, and any oincer or otu
ei person charged with any duty in the
selection or summoning jurors who shall
exclude or fail to summon any citisen
for the cause aforesaid shall, on cons
vinion thereof, be deemed guilty of aj
misdemeanor, and fined not more than
Sec. 5. That all cases arising under
the provisions of ibis act in the courts of
the United States shall be reviewable by
the Supreme Court of the United States
without regard to the sum in controversy,
under the same provisions and regulations
as are now provided by law for the re
view of other causes in said court.
FOR SUVETOR :
JOSEPH E. DOBBINS.
FOR CORONER :
BENJAMIN F. FKALE?.
FOR COUNTT COMMISSIONEttS :
J . F. McLEAN, J. G. ELE MING ,
HENRY BARRINGER, D. A. DAVIS,
DR. L. W. COLEMAN.
July 9th. tdc.
Ben niLL's Parting Shot. Ben.
Hill did his level best on this closing
paragraph of his "great historic contro
versv" with Stephens, and, of courso it
was designed as a "squelcher ;
"And now let me -take; leave of Alex
ander Hamilton Stephens. I have known
him long and (Studied hiin well. In my
opinion, lie has inflicted upon the South-
era people more injury than Was inflicted
upon anv people by one civilian. For
much of this injury, a two charitable and
easily deluded press ahd people are res
ponsible. To what Bball we liken him ?
We must not blaspheme the dead by
hunting among them for Vns model. We
o misuiiuerstauaiuff between
Crawford and Price is nothing less than
might have been expected from 6uch
gentlemen and such a c o n s t i t u e n c y. will not insult the livin
Will not jicdsrs Rufhu and xloke follow
the example of those gentlemen aud by
withdrawing from the field secure the
suocess of their party ? We will see ; iu
the mean time, hurrah for Crawford and
Iu order to insure harmony, Capt.
Crawford not only magnanimously with
drewfroui the canvass, after having re
ceived the nomination of our county con
vention, which amounted to a two-thirds
votes of the District, but insisted upon
making Capt. P. ice, who was the choice of
Davie, the uonimee. As we have hereto
fore said, Capt. Crawford acted well in this
matter. Lie really gave up a seat iu the
Senate iu order to preserve harmony in
the -party, for he surely would have been
among them for his rival. We
libel the innocent unborn by supposing
that among them he could ever have an
imitator. No ! this defamer of Davis,
aud ulogist of Grant; this reckless ac.
cuser of despotism in the Confederacy,
and ready apologist of usurpations by
radicalism ; this pretentious oracle of
state sovereignty, and supple persecutor
of manacled Louisiana ; this wicked malir
gner of others, and worshipping adulato
of himself; the lord of slanderers, king of
damagogues, and hero of marplots, must
be left forever alone, unapproached and
unapproachable in the ghostly solitude
of his own irreconcilable and auoinalous
self, serene, eelf-adored and infamous !"
To Poll-Holders Important.
In order that our readers may read ahd
ju'ge of the infamies of the Civil Rights
Rill for themselves, we publish it to-day
in full. A more outrageous, unjust, high
handed, and infamous measure was never
devised by human ingenuity. It is hard
to persuade one's self that it Is possible
such a bill can find favor in the eyes t
any considerable number of personsnot
to speak of a whole party devising and
Uitiietiug upon its pasaagc yet we fee
uot ouly individuals, but the entire Radic
al Party supporting it. The leaders of
the Radical Party passed it triumphantly
through the U. S. Senate, and it would
lmve been put through the lower House
of Congress, but it was thought more pru
dent to defer it until after the elections of
this summer aud fall. They could easily
have passed it, but they preferred to de
lay it, so as to sec the effect the action of
the Senate might have on the elections.
If there is no positive condemnation of i
by the people of the various States thai
are to Vote before Congress assembles a
gain, it will certainly be passed. If, how
ever,, the people show a manifest disap
proval of it, it may have a good effect on
Cougrees nnd the Radical Party arid
CIVfL RIGHTS BILL.
Many calls have been made upon us.
recently to publish the civil rights bin,
though we did so at the time of its pass
age we are pleased to republish again,
and again. We publish it as we would
the infamy and roguery in Littlefield's
day and time. The following are the pro
visions of the civil rights bill in full, as it
passed the Senate May 23d : Sentinel.
Sec. 1. That all citizens aud other per
sons within the Jurisdiction of the United
States be entiiled to the full and equal
enjoyment of the accommodations, ad van
tages, facilities aud privileges of inns,
public conveyances on land or water,
.theatres and other places of public amuse
ment, and also of common schools and
public institutions of learning or benevo
lence supported, iu whole or in part, by
general taxation, and also institutions
known as agricultural colleges endowed
by the United States, and of cemeteries so
supported, subject only to the conditions
and limitations by law, and applicant.
alike to citizens of every race and color,
regirdless of any previous condition of
Sec. 2. That any person who shall
violate the foregoing section by denying
to any persuu entitled to the benefits ex
cept for reasous by law applicable to the
There have been some question raised
to the meaning of the election laws, re
lating to the boxes necessary to be used
in county elections, and judicial elections,
the undersigned having been many limes
applied to, for an opinion, construe the
same as follows :
1. In couuty elections, but one box
should be used fur county officers, inclu
ding clerkjjf the Superior Court.
2. In judicial elections, but oue box
should be used for judge and solicitor, in
those districts where both such officers
are voted for and but one box, of course,
where only solicitors are voted for.
3. But one ballot should bs put in each
Wji. R Cox,
Chin, of Dein. Con. Ex. Com.
Thomas B. Keogh,
Chin. Rep. Ex. Com.
The Story of Five Aces.
Our Duty Towards the South.
New York Herald.
The President seems to have had what
the Scriptures call the "sense of quicken
ing" in reference to Sooth Carolina, . We
could not believe that the manifold ins
famies heaped upon that State as "gov
eminent" could altogether be overlooked.
We find now that Judge Mackey has had
an interview with the President, a report
of which is printed in a South Carolina
- . i
newspaper, in the conversation as nere
reported Senator Robertson, having re-
f erred to the course Judge Mackey has
lately pursued in bringing criminals to
justice, General Grant tnrned sharply to
the latter and asked, "Why don't you
convict Moses " The Judge replied
that he had uot bad an opportunity of
having the robber Governor brought to
justice. The President then remarked
that he bad heard that a judge had
maintained that Moses could not be tried
before impeachment, and denounced this
proposition that a President or a Gover
uor is above the law as monstrous. lie
seemed much annoyed at the condition
of affair in South Carolina, and reproached
Judge Mackey, for the reason that "every
Republican" ia responsible for the villany
existing there, lie emphatically deciar
ed that there mast be a true reform this
fall or the Republican party would at
once repudiate the so-called Republicans
of South Carolina. He also deuounced
the conduct of Moses in calling out the
militia to defy a process of the Court, and
iuquired as to what posse the Court could
raise to enforce its warrants, lie was in
formed that there were euongh honest
men of sufficient courage to be found to
arrest any miscreant. President Grant
then affirmed that the Federal troops iu
South Carolina were "uot there to euforce
the collection of exhorbitant taxes," aud
that he wished this to be understood.
We are glad to see that the President
shows interest enough in a Stale so sore
ly harassed at South Carolina as to ex
press even tba moderate opinions here re
ported. We observe a tendency iu the
minds of Southern men like Lamar and
Southern journals like the Richmond Dis
patch to eucocrage this disposition on the
part of the 1 icsident by suggestions that
they will support him for a third term as
refuge against the criminals ambition of
the colored mtn and their unscrupulous
allies. At. tbt same time the Southern
people will hare to show unusual mag
nanimity before they cun sepport Grants
The PresMent aud his party are alouc to
blame not ouly for what we see iu the
Carolines but for what we see in Lou s
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
Having been solicited by numerous friend
hereby announce myself an Independent
Conservative Candidate for the office of County
Surveyor of Rowan County, From the experien
eel have in surveying I feel continent that i can
give satisfaction in the discharge of the duties
of the office,
J. C BERNHARDT.
July 23, 1874 till elect pd.
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
RALEIGH, N. C,
The sixty-fifth term of this school will
commence on Thursday, Sep. 3rd, 1874, and
continue twenty weeks. The following
term will commence Jan. 21st , 1875,
and end June 10ib. In beauty, accessibility
and healthfulnes of situation ; social, liter
ary, moral and religions advantages ; and
moderation in charges, this school is not sur
passed by any similar institution ia the
For a circular containing fall particulars
apply to the Rector,
REV. ALDERT SMEDES D. D.
Raleigh. W. C 23, 1874 tf.
At thirty-five the Average American ill rije
that he has an Infernal StataadL" sad goes
into the hands of the doctors for the remnant
of his life. Prerantioo is bettor than ease, bat
Da. WAuariTnsoAB Brrms will beSb
cure and prevent; dupe paia, diseases of the skin,
rev. kkhfcey and bladder, and all disorder,
arising from an 'infernal stomach.1' 4w.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All oersoni having claims arainst the es
tate of AngastfS F. Heilig. deceased, are
hereby notified t exhibit the same to the
undersigned on or before the 23rd day of July
. D. 1375.
CALEB T. BERNHARDT,
AUGD8TC3 F. HE1L10, ded.
July 23, I874-&.
The undersigned for reasons satisfactory to
himself, takes this method to withdraw his
name as a candidate for the office of Sheriff
of Rowan, for the present canvafs. lie may
prefer his claims St a future time.
July 16, 1874 it.
3 jEI9SK z
' The beet in the Market, and
unM at law price- than any other
flrst-cluSS W hccL,
, BcaxiLue.Ycrk, Pa.
Send for a Foinphlet au l be cca-
Tinced. a. t . lt
TO THE PEOPLE OF EOWAN CO
I herebv announce mvself a Candidate for
the office of High Sheriff of Rowan County.
If elected to said office I will endeavor to
discharge the duties incumbent upon me with
Ldelily promptness and stnek impartiality.
novuig no party in the discharged of my of-
DAVID. L. BRING'LE.
July 16, 1874 till day dec.
Intelligencer please copy.
Simontin Female Ciege.
STATESVILLE, N. C
REV. 8 TAYLOR MARTIN. PRESIDENT
Fall term begins Sep. 22. 1374,
ib. 5. 1875. jSpriog term begin
te for thecOeeor 1mA.
Coort of this judicial IJ
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE
As the office is one that
polities. I am ont the candidate of aaj pin?
aaa nave bo political opinion to protnoltmil
I Bball make no canvass of the DuMrirt, hal
lieying it unbecoming ia a candidate ft.
high jedassai fMsitioa to do so. If 4
I desire to the office fr fr,in, .
obligations to party or sect, that I may kZ
able ths more easily to bold the aelu. t
jostle eyenly balanced. Salisbury, v r
June, Itfth, 1974.
WILLIAM H. BAILEY
Salisbury Intelligencer. Salem fW
Winston Sentinel and Republican. I)a(,iZZ
Reporter aud Mt. Airv Visitor. s.rv mTJ
of election aud send bill to W. U. H
Mount Pleasant Seminar;
FOE TOTJHG LADIES.
us r eb. o.
Board dc tu-
1975, aud ends June 22. 1875
itiou, $100. Music, j?'J5.
For o;her information Send for circular.
July 23rd, 1874, tf.
A IAttle Game at the Arkansas Hot
Springs Hoic Colonel Gordon Dcfen
ded His Honor.
I citizens of every race and color, and re
cause tlu-ni to reconsider their declar(j4Kardlees of any previous condition of ser
purpose. It Lecoiuee every man, there
fore, who has a vote and who is opposed
to this ini,iuitou8 measure to go to tile
polls on tbc 6th of next August and cast
it for men who are opposed to Civil Rights.
Let there bu no mistake about it either. 4
All the Radical candidates, with but few
exceptions, in this State, profess to be op
posed to the Civil Rights Measure ; "but
it should be remembered that the party Li
pledged to carry it out it has become h
plank in their plat-form a pet scheme of
the Radical loaders. There is no mistake
about this. If there was any other evi
dence needed after the action of Congress,
we might point to the declarations of nu
merous prominent Radicals throughout
the country, and to the manifesto of the
National Oongreseionul Executive Coni
mituouf the Radical Party which hafe
e ndowed it a a pet Radical scehmej,
but We think the aciion of Congress alone
iij ,aufiiei'-ut to satisfy any reasonable
mi id that it is a measure the Radical
Party intend to put through, if possible.
Every prominent Radical who has opposV
rthffbaa been made to walk the plank
opposition . will not be tolerated. Tb
negroes demand it of the party. Douglass
tLc spokesman of his race, has dcclarad
in language plain and unmistakable, that
negroes must not vote fox white men who
oppose the measure.
60 that the Radical candidates who
pftrrVes to be opposed to Civil Rights do
so lor the puipose of breaking the force
of the outrageous measure. They are
deceiving tbc people. They have, no
doubt, a secret understanding With the
negroes, and they tell the people they are
against the mt -a.su re in order to gain votes
nnd to get into nflice, it poasible. But the
man who can be so ea.-ily deceived di ser
vitude, the full enjoyment of any of the
accommodations, advantages, facilities, or
nrivilee-e? in said Miction enuninratrid. or
- o . . .
rby aiding or inciting such denial, shall for
every such oucnse forfeit and pay the sum
of five hundred dollars to the persouag
gricved thereby, to be recovered in an ao
tiou on the case, with full costs, and shall
also, for every such offcuse, be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, ami, upon con
viction thereof, shall be fined not more
than one thousand dollars, or shall bo
imprisoned not more thau oue year. Pro
vided, That the party aggrieved shall not
recover more than one penalty ; and when
the offense is a refusal of burial, the pen
alty may be recovered by the heirs at law
of the poison whose body has been refus
ed burial. And provided further, That
all pcrsous may elect to sue for the pen
ally aforesaid or to proceed under their
rights at common law and by Sates stat
utes, and having so selected to proceed
in the one mode or other, their right to
proceed iu the other jurisdiction shall
he barred. But this provision 'shall not
anblv to erimtiiai nrocpr;li:i na- ttft.hnr--
I M J
under this act or the criminal law of an;
Svc. 3. That the district and circuit
conns of the United Slates shall have
exclusively f the courts of the several
States, cognizance of all ciirr.es and offtiii
ses against and violations of the provis
ions of this act and actions for the penal
ty given by the preceediug section may
be prosecuted iu the territorial district or
circuit courts of the United States where
ever the defendant may be fouud, without
regard to the other party, and the district
attorneys, marshals, and deputy marshals
of the United States a-iJ commissioners
appointed by the circuit and territorial
courts of the United States, with powers
of arresting and imprisouing or bailing
offenders against the laws of the United
Slates, are kfcre y specially authorized
aid required to institute proceedings a-
ainst everv nerson who shall violate thfl
j 1 r - -
Provisions of this act, and cause him to
PeVarrested aud imprisoned or bailed, as
I he case may be, for the trial before such
court of the United States or tcnitoiial
tmnrn, thrust upon him, and be eu rely
will have if be dors not do something to
e y have Umi Ji uts, aociai equality, ai by law has cognizance of the
Nt'Hio liouiiuatiou, iu all its MH"hg offence, except in the respect of the right
of action accruing to the person aggrieved
nod such district attoroeys shall eause
H such proceedings to be prosecuted to their
I termiuatiou as in other cases. Provided.
The Civil Rights measure then is a 1 hat nothing coutaiued in this section
It is a story of five aces 3ays an ex
change. It was at the Hot Snrinss ot
Arkausas, where only gentlemen and la
dies, not ordinary men and women, go.
Ephraim. Taggart, of Mississippi, and
Colonel Charles Gordon, of Galveston,
Texas, were there, and they were engaged
in a pleasant game of caids. Mr. Tag
gait lost all of his money, and then, with
two aces in his hands, put up his watch
against $200 and called. The Colonel
wiih much suavity and a like amount cf
presence of mind, showed three aces and
immediately raked in his watch. Then
for some remarkable reason, Ephraim
Taggart got angry and said there had
been cheating ; be never in his life before
knew that a single pack or deck of cards
had five acee. Colonel Gordon had no
time to argue tne matter, however. II
could simply see thn astonishing fact that
he had been insulted by the Mississipjyan.
Most men, it strikes ns, would have stop
ped to reflect as to how tho extra ace
came in the miserable pack. Colonel
Gordon merely remarked that he had
been insulted, and drawing a knife stab'
bed Ephraim Taj-gart to the heart, quiet
ly remarking as he wiped the blood from
his knife, that he guessed that would set
tie it. It was a most dignified argument
from beginning to end on the part of Col.
tjordon. 1 bat excellent man could see
nothing, could listen to nothing but the
astounding fact that his honor had bren
insulted, and could reach no conclusion
but the one at the point of his knife
ometimes rudely meutioned as murder.
riic refined society at the Hot Springs
but unreasonable conceived it a dutv.
mwevcr, to call up Col. Gordon at a soit
of courtmartial. There the colonel ston-
led to consider the matter in several of
its bearings, and magnanimously explain
ed. There were five aces in the nack
that nobody could deny But had there
never been similar accidents before?
How should he know that his opponent
in the game held the extra ace ? He was
not a clairvoyant and he did not pretend
to any extra wisdom as to cards. He
was a gentleman, and he simply knew
that his honor had been at stake. He
had p'ayed a friendly game with Eph
raim Taggnrt and that person had charged
him with cheating. . VV-hat might a gen
tleman do ? His bearers must reflect
that murder was his only refuge from' a
blasted character. The statement, we
uecd hardly 1 em ark, had its appropriate
effect. The courtmartial gently censured
Col. Gordou for having been ''overhasty
m defending his honor," and then let him
go ; first, however, we doubt not, iuvitiug
mm to 6upper ; and the next day the
bony ot the too thoughtless and unhacnv
Ephraim Taggart was gently laid in the
most convenient graveyard. And w
shall uot visit the Hot Springs of Arkan
sas this year. The weather is too warm
and the journey too long and dusty.
A Brilliant Record of Cures.
An American humorist tells us that it would
have been money in his pocket if he had been
born without a tomaeh, an J then-proceeds to
figure up the cot of a chronic dyspepsia, to
which he is a i.;rtyr, and which he saya it is
possible to cure. G thip point, "Josh BiMtngs,"
(for he is the party referred to) is mistaken.
Unless his stomach dilfers from all other dys
peptic stomachs, Hosteller's Bitters, will cure
Lini fa less than three months. This it would be
s;ife to guarantee under any penality. There
are a few, a very few, actual specifics for dis
ease in ixUtence, and Hostctter's Stomach Bit
ters may be set down aft one of them. In cases
of in(liestion it never fails. Persons who had
suffered for many years almost every conceiva
ble species of torture from this agonizing com
plaint, have been permanently cured with the
Bitters in six weeks. Hundred uf such in
stances are on record, authenticated by the tes
timony of prominent men in every walk of life,
eminent physicians among the number. But
this celebrated vegetable preparation is some
thing more than a stomachic and tonic. It is
also an alterative of wonderful virtue. In liver
complaint its effect is as direct and immediate
as that of ctlamel or blue pill, and far. more
..!.. I ii j: ' ' ...
In compliance with a Law of Congress, ap
proved June 23rd, ItfCo, providing for the re
issuing ot lost or destroyed band Warrants.
notice is hereby riven that I will apply to
the Hon. Commissioners of Pension for a new
certificate, or Land Warrant,, in place of Land
warrant m. 4110 tor lbu acres, issued to me
in the name of Jonic CASSEii on the tWnd day
of April, 1HI6, for services as a Private in Capt.
Finner's Company. 18th U. S. Infantry, in
the war of la 12. Which Land Warrant was
issued to me under act of 1812. and wa never
sold or located by ine, but was lost or des
troyed. I was living in Montgomery Count,
North Carolina, when 1 received Raid Land
Warraut, also at tho time it was lostordcs
stroyed. which was in lr,M tr 1825
I now reside in the town ofj Gadsden. County
of Ltowah and Statu of Alabama.
JOUN T. X CASSELS.
July lf, 1-T 1 .-.ix weeks
L Printer' fee $3.50.
salutary ; and in all diseased conditions of the
bowels, notably in cases of constipation, its
r gulating properties are in the highest degree
serviceable. The new settlements in the west
and-all low-lying tracts of country infested with
miasmatic exhalations, so fruitful at this seas
on, of the various types of intermittent fevers,
should be always well stocked with this incom
parable chologue. which will cure any case of
fever and ague in a period varying from three
days to three or four weeks, according to the
violence of the complaint. Nervous disorders
which are always aggravated by the adulterated
liquors usually prescribed by the physicians
are readily cured by a course of this admirable
combination medicine, in which the properties
of a stimulant, a tonic aud alterative are hap
Time Tests the Merits of all Things.
Thirty Years is certainly lung enough time
to prove the efficacy ot any medicine aud that
the Pain Killer is deserving of all its propri
etors claim for it. is amply proved by the
unparalleled popjlarity it has attained. It
is a sure and effective remedy. It is sold iu
almost every country in the world, and need
only to be kuowa to be prized, and its repu
tation as a Medicine ot threat V irture, is ful
ly aud perinanetly. 'established. It is the
great Family Mediuine of the age. Taken
internally, it cures lyseutery, Cholera, Di
arrhoea. Cramp ami Pain iu the Stomach.
Bowel Complaiut. Painter's Colic, Liver
Complaint, Dyspepsia, or indigestion. Sud
den Colds, Sore Throat and Coughs. Taken
externally, it cures Bruses, Boils, Feious,
Cuts. I'm 1 us. Scalds, Old Sores and Spraius,
Swelhugs of the Joiuts. lKJthace. Pain iu
the Face. Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Chap
ped Hand. Frost Bitten Feet, ice.
Pain is supposed to be the lot of .us poor
mortals, as iuevit ible a death, and liable at
any time to come upon us. Therefore, it is
important that remedial agents should be at
hand to be used in einergeucy. when we are
made to feel the excruciating agouy of pain.
or the depressing iufluences of disease. Such
a remedial exists in Perry JJavis "Fain Kil
ler," the fame of which has extended over
all the earth. Amid the eternal ioes of the
Polar regions, or beneath the intolerable and
buruing suns of tho tropica ita virtures are
kuowu and appreciated. And by it suffering
bumauitd has fouud relief from many of its
ills, lhe effect of the rain Killer upon the
patient, wheu takea internally iu cases of
Cough, Cold, Bowel Complaint, Cholera.
Dysentery, and other affections of the sys
tem, has been truly wonderful, and has won
tor it a name among medical preparations
that can never be forgotten. Its success in
removing pain, as an external remedy, in
cases of Burns, Bruises. Sores and Sprain?,
Cuts, Stings of insects, &c. and other caus
es of suffering has secured for it the most
prominent position among the medicine of
the day. Beware of counterfeits and worth
less imitations. Call for Perry Davis' Pain
Killer, .and take no other,
Sold by all Druggists and Grocers
July 2nd. 1 mo
CHILLS km FEVER.
Chills and Fever.
NO QTJI3TINE ! NO JfiERCTJ&Y !
Dr. Bellamy s Pills.
This invaluable medicine Involves a PER
FECTLY NEW TREATMENT of CHILLS
AX D FEVER, aud will effectually cure and
root out the disease from the xy stem.
1. All other remedies n.Ut-t not be takeu
when the chill and lever tit in on ; but the 'ltol-
aniy Pill cun be taken ju.t OS sifcli ichcn the
fit is actually on as at any other time. Take
once a week during tne t-ea.-on of C hills and
t over, they will Positively ward off aud pre
vent an attack making a residence in the
most infected districts perfectly tafe.
2. The "llellamy -P1I1 if also a sure remedv
in all cases of Intermittent Fever, Remittent
Fever, Typhoid Fever; Sick lleadaebe, ludi
gestiuu, und Liver Complaints of all kiuds.
"J. Alter you are entirely discouraged and
hopeless and all other reu.odics have failed,
make one more trial, procure one Box. of Bel
lamy s Pills aud take them. The ptoprietor
guarantees you an absolute and perfect cure.
Reference is made to the extraordinary cure
of Professor Lawrence, Principal of the Iusti
tutes of Elocution nt New York and Philadel
phia. Ue says as follows :
"About ten years ago. while residing in
New Jersey, I hada violent attack of chills aud
fever. The chill Would come on regularly
about ten o'elock, and continue for nearly
two nours, toiioweu uy a Dnruing lever for
more thau live hours, which Do medicine would
relieve ; and 1 became so week that I could
hardly walk across the room, and could not
ascend one flight ' of stairs iu less time than
ten minutes. My life became a burden to me.
I loathed every kind of food, and even water
taated to me like copperas, I could gel no
refreshing sleep either by nigbt or by day ; the
medicine prescribed for me by physicians gave
HON. W. M. XOBBDrS'
Elk Koad. : do Tuesday do 21
Boone, Watauga, "Wednesday do 22
Itrndhv's Store.' do Tburwlay do 23
McNail's Store, iWilkfM, Friday do 24
Wiiksboro. : do Saturday do 25
Taylorsville, Alexander, Monday do 27
Stoney Point. do Monday night do 27
Statesville, Iredell, Tuesday do 28
Rowan Mills, Rowan Wednesday do 29
China Grave ! u Thursday do 30
Salisbury, " ' Fridav do 31
Miller's" fM Saturdav, Auc. 1
Shepherds X Roads, Iredwell, Monday do
.Netbernains lucsday do
Cbiuquepin Davie Wednesday do
At all the appointment speaking will com
mence at 1 o'clock P. M.
Mr, ROBBIES hopes his constituents will
come out to the appointments en wtaue and
give a hearing. ' He has much to say to them
in regard to lheimportant questions now pend
ing before the country and vital interest to all
the people of th? South especially, without re
spect to party.
Come ont, ONE and ALL, and hear what
your Representative has to say !
Mv competoris also invited.
V. M. ROBBINS.
Rev. P. A. Stkobel, ? ... .
Mas. E. M. Strobeu 5 Pofc.
Tho neat session of this IastitaUoa vUl
commence on Monday August 3rd, 174
The course of instruction will be thorooga
and practical, embracing all the branch-
a"'h 10 ,l.tFenlsSeminaries.
The following will be the rates of tuition
per session of tire months.
English braurlo- from 7.M)tn
! a 1
1 ne aoove won ancieut languages 20.00
;,c v.-- r-Joco
Use of instruments $3.Q0
I uci dentals.
None but thoroughly Competent Teaehm
will be employed in the different .depart
Board, including lights fic fuel from 11.00
to $12.50 per month.
Pay menu will be expected one half ia
For Circulars. Address.
REV. P. A. 8TROBEL.
MT. PLEASANT. CarbarresCo.
July 2. !e74 lino.
25 Preiiuis Gra any
on the 1st of August
We propose to have another Soda Walsr
premium drawing on the night of Aug.
st which lime there will be tmcni-nre fiat
premiums, (.iiveu to our Soda IValrr costs
Parties holding Nos. 1108. A 20 are inform.
fed they have drawn the 1st 2 premiums ss4
are reoues ed to bring up ibeir rhei-k and uks
their premium and ia cast they L ! to call by
the next drawing the premiums will be ajti
C R. Barker A Co.
June 18, 1874 7:lL
NoBTIlV'AROUXA, In the Probate Cesst
y, i J
Of all the remedies extant for Bright' a disease
diabetes, and all affections of the blsxL
uer and kidneys, hi male or female, Kearney s
Lxtrael I such u Is the most reliable and efaca
Clous. No one should be without its Depot,
lo 1 l);iine Mreet ew lorb. l'hvsician in
attendance. Advice gratis.
NEW MACHINE SHOP.
I am now pfvparfd to do all kinds of
repairing with) dispatch. With g Hid tools
nnd tweuty-five years experience in th
business. snti?fiiction is gnarautenl. Eip-ial
attention givei to Engine and Boiler work.
Cotton Woolen, Mining and Agriculture
Machines ; an wood turning of all kinds.
Shop on Cnnf of Fulton and Council Street,
Salisbury. N. C.
E. II. MAE3II.
July 16. 1874 Utf.
TO THE VOTERS
The 8th Jmliri.il Ditrict.
Composed of the Counties of
Surry, Yadkin, Davidson, Dvie, Forsyth,
Stokes, and Rowan :
I take this method of giving more general
notice that I am a candidate for the office of
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT in
this District. 'It is deemed improper for one
seeking a high Judicial office, 10 visit the sev
eral counties and publicly address his fellow
I Have resided in this District all taw life.
and have practiced law in kcidc of your Courts
tor thirty years. If elected. I will tru v and
justly, according to the bet of my skill and
juuj;ment. uo equal and impartial justice to
uie puoiie, ana 10 lnuivniuais.
THOMAS J. WILSON.
Winston. N-. C.
July 16, 1874till elect.
renboro, IV. C-
This Intitution is again in successful opera-
mu no relief, and I v. as fast sinking into the 1 tion, and otferii all the advantages of a tir.-t class
j .. l 1 , . a 1 . I t. 1. . , ill
1 email- e.onege.
The FalLaCasion will begin on Wednesday
JViii. July. For catalogue containing terms
Ac. apply to the President,
11KV.T. M. JONES, D. U
N. H. D. WILSON,
Pres. Board Trustee.
ifruve. One uav a laoy perntiadeu me to pur
ch.w a bos ot LScllamy's lllls. 1 uok three
at twelve o'elock nwm, and three at night
After taking the two docs 1 lelt better, and
that nijrht, for the lirst time 111 three months,
slept for fully eight hourr.. The next morning
I felt mneh better, and Unk three more uills.
As ton o'clock approached I prepared myself
lor my daily ciiiii, nut i my intense joy my
unwelcome viur uki not come; and alter
eating a hearty dinner at one o'eluck, I took
three more pills, and nt night t'.ieo more. The
next morning, after a delightful night's rest. I
arose at scveu o'clock, feeling quite well ; and
although still very week, vet I was able to en
joy my food, and whether eating or drinking.
veryunng tasted sweet and pleasant to me
In about nevcn days' time I was stronc euoush
U walk four milos. and fedt perfectly cured.
Pol 4nnient oi'salc of
In tuk UiitfLxiT Coi'nx of thk Uxitkd
States iroa tue Wkstkujt Distiuct
of Nuk 1 u Cakulisa.
Henry Clews and Hiram Sibley and others.
Ten years have elapsed since then, and I have The Western North Carolina Rail Road Co
uover had auother attack of Chills and Fever. IE. D. Tod R. Caldwell, Rufos Y. McAden)
"P. LAWRENCE rhe firr1 tionl bank of Charlotte, John
Kutnertoni. lliram Kn Tl.m. t:
Greenlee, James Greenlee, Mary Carson, A.
H. Edwin. H. D. Wilson, Assignee, R. M.
Walker and others, Defendants.
The sale bf the Western N ortrt spa Una
Railroad h D.l heretofore nrdorH V.v tl.t.
exacted. The patient is at liberty to Court, and advertised to take place at the Court
nay or not. All that is desired is, that ho will House door in the City of Salisbury, K. C. on
"New ToaK Coxsebvatory ev lirsic,
"o East 14th Street."
In conclusion, the proprietor has only to
state that he wilt guarantee to cure any case
ot Chills and Fever. No jte will ever in such
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOX.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the States
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of price
23 Dev Street. New York.
Sold hj CVR. Baikrr. & Co. Sali3bnry, If. C.
the 17th day. of June, 1874, has been postponed
oy a suosequeiii oruer ot the (Jourt, until the
17th day of Auiruat, A. D 1874.
st which time it will take place at the said
Court Hons door in Balitbary, and n poo the 1
terms anu cpnm:ro heretofore published.
B. 8. OAITHER,
Morgan ton, N. C.
Asbeville, N. C.
s THOMAS BUFFIN,
Hillsborn, N. C.
THOMAS B. KEOGH,
Greensboro, X. C.
June 24, 1874-tda.
AUxandiT lounir, Jane IU, 174.
W. S. Teacce, Exectnoas.
or Vaxdete Tkaocc, Sa. J
In this proceeding it appearing to the tatis
factb.n of the t ourt that 'William F. Asstia,
YandVvcr L. Austin, William Uell and wife
Elizabeth, While & wife Einnira and tka
Heirs of Ixander Austin, whoe names are aat
known, defendant in oaid proceeding, are sas
resideuts of dii Stale. It i- thet-fore ordered
by the Court iital publication be- made tut mm.
successive week mi the M CaaoUXS WsTCSI
M as," a ne4paM r putiVul.e.1 at SalUbury, V.
( ., Summoning lhe k.l defendants to appear
before the judc of prolate of Alexander
Countv, at his oCce in the I'oort Hoss st
Taylorsville', N. C, on the '-'. -lay of SesSsBS
be-r uert, and answer p!aititifT CMnplaiat, a
copy of wIikIi i- dc"suU"d in lite ouies of said
Jode of Probate olhrrwise the cate will S
espnrte a- to tin m.
E. M. STEVENSON, C. S. C"
and Judge of Probate.
June 2o, la74 tf.
Printers fee $8 JO
AND CURE FOR
D7SPEFS I A.
Among the many discoveries in medietas sf
late, few are regarded with more ii.tenwttbss
the valuable remedies lor b YfPKI'SIA. ff
these, none xtand higher ammic those wbsrs
familiar with its virtue than the "LlVKK
Prof. MOO KM A N. Physician st tbs Wksla
8ulphur Springs, eminent in his proisssssa,
and beiuc well known in Ualtimurr. sav of it :
" I consider it one of the REST KEliEDIB
FOR DYSPEPSIA attended with consttpstti
that 1 ever r.od
Colonel GOOUE. of Mecklenbuig oounty,
Vs.. an eminent lawyer, and a gentleman sf
una-al inu-lligence,ways : Afef long saflsf
ing, that the -LIVER CoRKECTOst" (
hun more relief than all otbernnsbcine as ss
Willi usBrao. Greenbrier Co.. W. Ta.
Mc9Sts U'aile, li kim Jf C'ov
Baltimore. Maryland :
GextsI n-.1 thice it four bottles of year
"Liver Corrector" lat snmmer for my troubki
DYSPEPSIA, aud gut more relief fn.m it thss
fnni any medicine that I have ever taken- !
great was my suffering I wa notable toos
any taing, wa- taken with numtnea and p-dii.e.-.
when 1 woald rise up t-nddtnly or wssn
1 rode a hireback, w in other words, was
in a manner d :ol Tor twHre months, asd fst
no relief from any ni'.icine nntil J ,tt,2EiS
"luver Corrector. "My health is now stsedny
and rapidiy iuipruriuf. Yoor rateiollj,
j. W. Oa.
For a- by Theo. F- Klntta. Irngfist sW
May 7 1-74 :tm
Hsi Mm Store.
We reairtfolly invito the st-nti of Sl
srusof Kowan.'aud urrouudiug owosUsS
Ne? Stock of Mm,
2... a A (n .... :a srlaasK st9
a f.H tine of Cveryth'nug usually ksftiaa
Well Urgulated Hard wans Susra.
ur stock mnbraeea treign and
C.nwiitw'i. T,ila. m lirrf ar etT B4SSB
smiths Tools a berge variety ShoVeU. Ss4ss.
Forks, Rakes. Picks, Mattocks. Hoes, Grais.
and Grass Scythes, Chains. Iron, WSJ
aud Buggy Material. Pat. Axes of 1
patems. Poeket and Table Cutlery.
Mil). Cross eat. and Hand Ssrs,
PAINTS, GLASS &C,
We also invite your attention to our rs
Dry-Goods, Moos, Clotoioi, B
& Shoes, Which we are Selling off at es
ia consequence of having delennistd BF
an exclusive H KD VYAKE UUSIws
Give us a call, two doors bssow y!
Klnttc's Durug Store, and examine oer 1
ht-fofH p'irchasiug elsewhere, as we si
tTiiiij-. iMit to bs under so d by aay
in this Mats
SMITH DEAL 6c HARTstAA
May 7. Io;4-Jno.
juiy 10,1574 iy.