bWBURY TH0R4DA.Y, JANUARYS.
We are offering liberal inducements to
persons canvassing for the Watchman.
We will dispose of tbc Geological qnes
lion, to which onr attention lias been call
k d by the Piedmont Press, next week,
The expenses of the present Legislature
thus far ui'l not fall short of forty thou
sand dollars, and yet the legislation
perfected is not worth ten cents to the
State or people.
When the Legislature fails to pass
lav establishing a low and reasonable rate
of Interest, it ceases to legislate for the
ma" pes of the people.
Wkffl it fails to call a Convention it
ceases to represent the DemocratioCon
The Adam's Express Co's safe containing
over half a million dollars, was stolen from
the ear near' Richmond, abont a week ago
That's encouraging to enterprising young
men- It shows that large fortunes can Jbe
raised by hand near home, without going
West. im .
If the voice of the Democratic-Conservative
party is to bo regarded the Leg
islature will call a Convention without
farther delay. . jj
If the fears of the timid and the protes
tations of office holders are to be heeded,
a Convention will not be called,
Few persona hare any idea of the ex
pense of criminal prosecution. The ex
pense of John Allen Ketchey' trial, for
instance, wil not fall short of a thousand
dollars, and probably be a good deal
more than this. The trouble, tax, and
worry soch characters are to a pommuni-
are " enormous. In fact, the great
burden of the county expense is caused
by the idle and la less. If there were
less idle people there wonld be less crime,
and less taxes for the people to pay.
We are indebted to Jas. S. McCubhins,
Esq., onr worthy representative, for a
copy of the report made by the Board of
Immigration. The report is gotton up to
furnish information to persons who may
rih to make N. C. their home. We
may notice it more at length hereafter.
The Landmark comes back at us in real
1 Falstaff style. But seems hardly to know
how or where to strike. It reminds us of a
shy filly passing over a strange rough road.
or a roan on stilts feeling his way lu the
dark. Coming up to the scratch at last.
however, the Editor shivers his ipear in
the wiud, and cries, 'Big Injnn." Bully for
y We think that the efforts of the
moneyed ring will utterly fail to prevent
the Legislature from regulating usury,
notwithstanding many of the newspapers
ppoak in their favor. We do not believe
the Legislature will venture to ass nine
the responsibility to ignore the wishes
and beat interest of the masses, in this
SPECIAL TAX BONDS.
Judge Henry has just decided that the
so-called Speeial Tax Bonds are invalid.
His opinion is able and well considered,
but we have been of the opinion all the
lime that it did not require' much learning
in the law to find this out. We have
long ago proclaimed all the new scalawags
debt unconstitutional, null and void, a
frand and a swiudle, and the Courts are
just beginning to agree with us. When
we consider how this debt was made, we
are astonished that any intelligent person
possessed of common sense, eoull ever
entertain the idea that it is biudiug upon
It is said that the Supreme Court will
overrule the opinion of Judge Henry, or
it has already done so, because, as is al
leged, a large sum was paid for a decision
favorable to the holders of this fraudulant
debt. We don't know that this is the
case. It is charged and it has not been
denied. One thins we do 'know, and it
is this the people have no confidence in
in that Court.' And if Judge Henry's de
cision be overruled nobody will believe
that law or justice had anything to do
with the matter.
"Thre ran be but li. tie doubt that the
act of Asbembly authorising a convention
al rate of interest, not exceeding ten per
annum, has not met the promise of it
advocate. It ha failed to bring money
into the State. But it has oppressed our
people, and has proved a ears, instead of
A Triumph Orer Humbug; ,
It in not difficult to alarm the timid, and
Invalids are proverbially so. Aware of tbi
fact, the vender- of iiseudo hitters, "entirely
free from alcohol," have rakmd a falsa cry
gaint tonic preparations containing spirits,
and no doubt have frightened a few sick folk
nto purchasing the fermented rubbish which
J unhesitatingly recommend1 1 they sell, and which is infinitely more injuri.
t nil than the vi m) drama anion sv
A .la r - a ml. . Ailn ti mm
The above extract is taken from the "iraaoj iremeiiuuu. rmw
. . . .1 t set in against mese aooiuiimuic
message of Governor Brown to the Leg. J 4evoid j aIcoholic
lature of Tennessee. It will be seen which .one pwenU ,iquid bonic prepara-
that the Governor, protests iu the strongest tiong from tnrning mMrt decompose almost as
terms against the continuance of the goon aa made. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
Conventional or optional interest in that has lived and will live down multitudes of
gtale such lm poster. A regular recurrence oi tne
Many of the newspapers in this State n f great alterative invigorant
J r-,.m ikna. i, . ai,i uxn i la uatrone.
that have argued against the passage of a gwerTed ,B
law establishing a low rate of interest, timhonored allegiance to America's most
instanced Tennessee, Georgia and Other popular remedy ; snd a constant Influx of
States a belng opposed to usury laws new order demonstrates bow little im.pre
and in favor of free money ; but they Pn, fter the bilatant denunciations of
i :j -A . f..;, t-l iUa tne mocx outers men nave msae "i-on
Mu w j uo v oaiuf ilia auu u iau iimi smw
..nor.l C,, l.,r.r I f not p 1 1 fr'n Ttitl.-ro
people of those State, have grown tired J mnd lntermtteni
of the experiment and are now making a &nd remfu feTerf dUpepsia, constipation,
desperate eff rt to restore the old Usury kidney disease, and the numerous other ail
laws. We know that the people are try- ments to which they are adapted, they will
ing to re-establish the old ayetem of low continue to dominate the factious oppo-
interest in Georgia, and from the above. I Blon humbugs, and that will be jut a.
. .., . , . ,. . . , lone as they are manufactured and sold' Be
9 . it known unto all bogus nostrum venders, of
nessee. i ue people 01 norm v,aro.,na . Tery degrM of audacUy ,nd kntvery, that
want a low rate ot interest ; but tbe eapi- tney never i,ope ,Q puff themselves into
lists are endeavoring to prevent them public favcr at the expense of Host titer's
from having it. What will the L"gisla- Bitters, the reputation of which is founded, as
ture do ?
We want to make a suggestion. In
our Town as in every other there are
numbers of boys and young men who are
compelled to work during the day, the
week through, and consequently have uo
time for attending day -school. What we
want to suggest is that some one who is
qualified fur the position, .will open
night school, which this class of persons
m;ght atteud. We believe the movement
would be hailed with iov by many as
opening up to them a chance for accqnir-
ing at least a nuclimentary education
Many boys and young men might thus be
educated aiid saved the mortification and
shame of growing up in ignorance. . In
fact we are not at all certain that it would
not be a good idea for tbe Town to estab
lish and support such an institution, and
open its door to all comers. 'We think
the results would be most gratifying to
every lover of his race.
Who will act in this matter?
t were, upon a rock.
J. J. Stamps.
Petition for Divorce.
Feb. 4 1875-Ow. pd.
Another monster swindle has been
unearthed by the N. Y. Sun. Tbe swin
dle had for its basis a corporation fund of
eleven million dollars to bribe Congress
meu. Tbe corporation was the Southern
Transcontinental Railroad, from Jeffer
son to El Paso,and the enomity of tbe
fraud completely eclipses that of the late
There is one N. C. Congressman, the
saintly Abbott, mixed up in the report of
this infamous public robbery of the peo
ple. It is said he made thirty thousand out
of these railroad transactions, and that he
was made to pay a note of $5,000 to keep
from being denounced on the floor of the
U. S. Senate as a thief and a bribe-taker.
Yet this man is still retained in the public
service as an appointee of Grant at Wil
mington, N. C,
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SUPERIOR COURT: DAVIDSON
Fall Teh 1874
WILIS SAINTSIXO-Plaintiff. ) Order
iff, 1 Order o
The Judicial Imbroglio,
We learn from, the Raleigh papers
that the Supreme Court have come to a
decision in the Judicial muddle cases in
the 2nd and 8th Ditricts. The Court
hold that Moore is the rightful judge in
the 2nd District and Cloud in the 8th.
This is another argument for Convention.
If Judge Moore and Cloud believe in an
elective Judiciary, and had as much self
respect as the North Carolina judges of
former days, they would resign at once
and not force themselves on au unwilling
people. It is to be hoped that the L-g-islature
will not fail to provide for the re
imbursement of Judges Htlliardand Wil
son for their losses in this contest, since
it was the action Of the last Legislature
that brought abont the whole matter.
We fully concur with the Observer, and
think that the Legislature ought to fully
indemnify judge WiUon and Hilliard. It
would be very unjust to them, should they
have to lose any thing by this decision of
the Supreme Court.
The main opposition to Conven
tion is confined to two or three counties,
and what's the plea ? The office-holders
says we are in now and can run tbe gov
era meat until our time is out, and we
don't want to be interfered with by a
Convention. It is therefore bad policy to
l - r : I ny , I
nave a uonvenuon now. j ne timin, or
(he officeholder's friends, say Grant won't
allow a Convention to assemble. He
will send Sheridan down here if we call
oue, and therefore, it is inexpedient.
In 1871 the Rads, then in powet, said
Urant would not permit a Convention to
assemble : In 1875 the Conservatives,
being iu effice, d. dure the same thing,
that is, thai Grant wilt over run the Stale
wiih troops, if we attempt to call a Coo-
.a as Jm. m i
eqtton in a legal, constitutional and ( a high o fit ei a L
quiet way. Do the asses imagine that
the people aie so stupid as not to be able
tit see through this aelfi-h plea against
the call of a Convention ? Be not de
ceived, the people understand the matter,
ai d they will make otht-rs swallow their
words or skulk behind the scene, when
tl e proper time rolls round. So go ahead
it you litiuk luete is uo htitalter.
Suspicion of Judicial Stealing: in
Washington, Jan. 26. There seems
to be a screw loose in respect to the judi
cial expenses of the Western District of
North Carolina. The report from this
district was omitted by Attorney-General
Williams, 1 his fact arrested the atten
tion of the committee of the House on the
expenses of tbe Department of Justice,
and they called formally for a report, It
turns out that in a single year the expen
ses of this district are $139,000, of which
$52,000 are for marshals' fees alone.
1 he whole subject is to be investigated at
once by the committee.'
We clip the above from the New York
Sun of a recent dale. We don't know
any thing of the truth of the assertions
made. But they come pretty straight,
and then we have heard something of the
kind rumored before.
Ouo hundred aud thirty nine thousand
dollars of the peoples' money required to
keep op a Federal Court in Western
North Carolina 1 and FIFTY TWO
THOUSAND DOLLARS wasted on
marshals alone, in one year ! Think of it,
Tax payers. And what good has all this
expenditure done ? What has been the
effect of it 7 Why, simply to harrass the
people of the Western counties, to bedevi
them and keep up a system of espionage
over them. All the taxes on liquor made
in the State will not amount to as much
as it costs to collect them accordiug to
nuder the present
xvaaicat syiem oi internal revenue
more than half of the taxes paid by the
people aie stolen. Mint the people con
tinue to pay taxe for the benefit of thieve
How long, 0, how long (
There Was a forty-six and a half hour
session in the lower House of Congress
ast Friday and Saturday, brought about
by the Rads striving to force a change iu
the rules of the Houte, so aa to effect the
passage of the Civil Rights bill. The In thia case appearing that J. J. Stamea,
t . , rj it iiie nusuauq oi peiiii'iner .vary siatnes is a
T - I tiMTi.rt.uii Hut at iu S situ iif Vi.rtli I arn i
1 w . ' - y v i ii.'v i '.i li v a v.
means m their power, but it is not possible It is therefor ordered that publication be
that thev can succeed in stavinff off much "nadV in the Carolina Watchman" a uws-
i u :i J- ,u i..j: i . : PPr published iu Salisbury. North Carolina,
ity in the House is yet two thirds. Hut J.J. Staines Defendant to appear at the next
the passage of the Civil Rights bill is not Superior Court to h held for the County uf
the real object these desperate men have xi oQ h 3r,, M(, . io M h ' d
iu view. They have a thousand other answer th eomidaiut of the plaintiff within
olo.ty.Aa nf liiiilmli.m And i, .'.,, v iKv the first tTt days of said Term theref. or
, . . , t she will take iiidetineut for the relief deinau-
u..c w u .. w.c . " vc dt-d in ihe complaint.
they pass out ot power. W ituess W. A. roI Clerk of said Court
The N. Y. Sun referring to the matter t office in TaylorsviSle on this the 30th day
of Jau. A. D. 1375.
8ay ' w. a- pool
Ostensibly, the object of the recent deadlock C. S. C.
in the Hou.se of 'tepresentatives was to clear R. g. IJXXEY,
me way lor uie pa.tK'ge oi me iyu Aiguis nm, Atts for I Iff.
but really ttie intention was to open the door
for the great schemes and johs which have no
chance of being passed unless that obstacle
shall be removed. Gen Butler, who led the
movement, cares no more for the bill which
was made the pretext far this waste of time
than he does for the Koran.
If there had been the least heart in this pari
ticular measure, the Republican would never
have a journed last June without compeliinsr a
vote on the bill which Mr Frelinghuvsen had J. M . THOMASON, Defeuda
carried through the Senate. They had then,
as they have now, more than a two-thin' m&
jonty over Democrats and Liberals combined ;
but the President threatened a veto, and ihey
surrendered without a show ot resistance
. Although the leaders have been able to con
trol the caucus, which at no one of many meet
ings has ever reached half the party strength,
they were powerless to carry its decrees in the
House by the open defection of a small body of
the ablest republicans. 1 wo motives impelled
Butler in the late contest, one being to punish
the refractory members for disobedience, and
the.other to force them into line by this dis
cipline, so as to pass a new rule by which the
end may be attained that was sought by the
The present rule under which the House
maintained a continuous session of forty-six
hours has been in operation for nearly half a
century It was designed for the protection of
the minority against Die possible oppression of
a majority, and never has resulted in mischief.
To change this rulesuddenly, and for a partisan
object only, supposing it to be practicable, is to
set a bad precedent, especially as the Republi
cans are to pass into a minority in the next
House. But it is made doublv worse when
the design is understood. Enforcement acts of
the most aggravating kind, by which it is sup
posed the Southern vote may be forcibly cap
tured, are already prepared and in charge of
a . m . ww w "
me worst taction in me lionse, it is proposed
to drive them through by the previous question
and to refuse all discussion.
The gates being thus opened, all the venal
projects, claims, jobs, and raids on the Treasury
will combine and strike down every safeguard
which now arrests their progress. The lobby
for the pacific railroads, North and South, is
said to number more than a hundred already,
and some of the most conspicuous beneficiaries
of the Pacific Mall subsidy are notoriously en-
isted right before the eves of a virtuous inves
tigating committee. Ihese plans have long
been matured, and purposely delayed until
now.. I lie civil Kights bill it a mere cover for
a vast spoliation, to be effected if possible by a
" tf .a S f ww
revolution in me ruiesoi tne nouse.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
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SALISBURY, N. C
To Merchants. House
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Old Folks, Smokers, Pain
ters, Farmers, Grangers,
and Everybody else.
Whenever you need anything in the waj of
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jnst received from Land ret h, Huist , Ferry,
Briggs, and Johnson, & Robbius, At
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Is now offered to every one interested in beautifying and protrcting'tle graves
their deceased relatives.
Tbey are made in fear sis, with a variety of styles, ranging in prtee fro ftj
to $60, according to stse end style. Can be painted anr color desired, sanded
galvaiitxetl to suit the taste of purchasers. A gnlvantard plate, CAotaiutng. whaiem
inscription partiea desire, ia furuMhed with each mmrnd free of cknrxjt.
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(s offered at soch prioe as to place it within reach of ail. We iuvite iht ciiist
and public geuerally to call aud examine for ihemaclves.
Specimen can be seen at J. A. Ramsay's office.
C. PLYLER, Agent
, 8aiUsburif, H. CAf. 6. 1874 tf
WANTED 25 BUSHELS
Union Sets at
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Petition fur Divore
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flavoring Lxiracts, Kfseuc, Siicee,
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W ll.UA M I'l'W MAN.
Io this ease it appearing that Anne Bow
wan. the wife of Fetiti mer. William Bow
man i a non-resident f tb State uf North
It is therefore ordered that publication be
mad lu the "Watchman" a newspaper pub
lishediu Salisbury North Carolina for six in
imecessive wrks, notifiog the aa J Aaae
Biwiean, Defendent to app-ar at the next
Soprfor Court to he liU f..r the Conuty of
Alfzaudf r at thi Court Huuse in Taylrs
villf on the third Monday in March next.
aud answer the coin plaiul of the Plaintiff
wit) in the first three days of said Term
thereof or the Plaiutift will take judgetnttit
for til relief demanded in the coinplaiot
Witueas. W. A Pool clerk Superior Court
for Alexander County at office in Tay'ors-
ville, on tuts day of January, 1875.
f8al! W. A. POOL.
C t$. c.
J.m. 2". 1875 6 pd
DAVIDSON tOLNTY :-IX TilE Sl'PKIt-
Jesse Lan e A dm it. or
Bkvekly, SuaaATT, Pltft.
BpsttBsrSurratt, Wn. Snrratt, Sr., James Sorralt
Uaaiel snrrall, lwi Surralt, Delia ha ( lor er
Clark Loflin & wife Linnr, Jerrv Morris Ax wife
Kranre, Mow Peacork by bis next friend Wn
Peacock, Usrel Stirratt A Spenuer L. btimtt
STATE OF NOXriI CAROLINA,
TO TlIi; SUERIFF OF DAVIDSON
COUNTY GRKK ING ;
YOU ARE 1ICUKBY Co Mil AMM TO St'M-
Mow. Hrocrr irrutt, Wm. Snrrall, 8r., j
jNiues Sorrall, Daniel Surrait, L-sin Surratt
OfTcr the best election of Jewelry m la
ouod to Western North Carol. as. Ctwjaf, sf
LADIE8T AGENTS' CJOLD W vTUES
Gold Opera a it il et Chaiaja,
SILVEK WARE, GOLD PESZit.
Fourteen thousand patridgea havp been
shiped from Greensboro to EugUud.
Sale of ValnaWe Personal
Having qualified as Administratrix on the
estate of Jesse Lyerly, deceased, I will offer for
sale at public auction, at the late residence o
said deceased, on Tuesday, the 23rd day of
v eoruary, instant, the following property : 5
head of Horses, 5 head of Cattle, three being
niilch cowa. 20 head of Hogs, a lot of Bacon
and Lard, Corn, Wheat, Sheaf Oats, Hay, Fod
der, Straw, 2 4-horee Wagons, 1 2-horse Wagon
anu gearing, i z-tiorse (Jamage and harness,
Buggy and harness, 1 set Blacksmith tools
Threshing Machine, Mower and Ueaper. Farm
. i w .
ing tools, Household and Kitchen furniture,
etc., llKJiS LASH.
ELIZABETH LYERLY, Admrx.
Feb. 4. 1875 ta.
It appearing to the Court that a Summons ! Toilet and Lmndry 8.aus, Lve, Maieh?s, I Dvb4a (ilorer CUrk iilii d wife Uony, 8jectacle y J I Eye C
urnaule to this Term of the Curt, ainst i r imD, Kerosene Oil (M.i.nnevs ace lJ ose-Peaeock, e2ft.. ILante Cn
e defendant is returned n..t t,. lu. f.,,,J iniP' tVem-eue t l-lmnners IC, al . Oarl Surratt and aid Spcn.-er I SurraH, i Vi at; .r. Wk and
I 1 A f I I t i V' wy u ,',U1I rf ,' Qli-7 "t the defeu.Ua s-abov uVnuL if to be warmnlrl 12 .mtb, t
id that the defi-udaut is a nm rvidnt f; J 1 1 t. , , -. :.u i
Notice is hereby 8-iven to all Dersons havinar
claim" against the Estate of the said Jesse
Lyerly, to exhibit the same to tbe undersigned on
or before the 3rd day of February, 1876; and
all persons indebted to the said estate are noli-
ned make payment without delay.
ELIZABETH LYERLY, Admr'x.
of Jesse Lyerly, DecM.
Feb, 4, 1875-6w.
OPPO RTU N I T Y.
We are dojncr an extensive business in CLOTH
ING and OUSTQM TAILOMNQ. through l.rr
Agents, who are supplied with samp'es ahowing
onr Ready-mads and Custom Piece Goods Stock.
The plan ia warkinr well for Consumers. A cent
and ourselves . We desire to extend onr business
ia this line, and for that purpose will correspond
wun aon a noe applicants for agenees. Bend real
name ana reierence as to cbaractar.
F. O Box 2256 New York City
ft. sl .a
e aiaie. naving receiiuy uepan-i trim
same, it is now on motion ot iilaintilTs
counsel ordered and ndjndged by the Court.
that the Service iu this action W .-nrv.-d hv
publication, and to that end is orden-d that
the same, k get her with Bo'iee of the at
tachment hereinbefore luvit'd. Ie published
or six weeks successively, iu the "Carolina
Watchman" a newspaper published in this
District. Commanding the Defendant to ap
pear at the uext term of this Court, answer
or demur to the Complaint, according to
Said Summons is as follows.
DAVIDSON COUNTY : In the Superior
Wilie Saintaiug. )
James M. Thoinason
8TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff of Davidson Conntv Greet
ing : You are hereby commanded to Sum
mons James M. Fhnmason, the defendaut
above named, if to be found within your
County, to be and appear before the ludge
of our Superior Court, to be held for the
county of- Davidsou at the Conn House iu
Lexington, ou the nth Monday after the 3rd
Monday of September. 1S74. and answer the
complaint which will be deposited in the
office of the clerk of the Superior Court of
said County, within the first three days of
the next term, thereof, i d let the said de
fendant take not ice that if he fail to answer
wli a a it i j 1 soin iiluSt.S i.-itli! .i tU . '. . : L
ed by law, the plaiutiff will apply to the gallOti ftt
Court for the relief demanded iu the ecin-!
plaint. Hereof fail not. and of this Summons
make due return.
Given under my hand and veal of said
Court, this 5th day uf May, 1874.
I Sea I j L. E. JOHNSON,
Clerk of tbe Superior Court,
Said War ants of Attachment and Levy
is as follows.
THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
To the sheiiff of Davidsou County Greet
ing ! It appearing by affidavit to tbe
officers granting this warrant, that the
plaintiff is entitled to recover from the defend
dant Jatnes M . Thomason and that tbe above
named plaintiff Wilie Saiutsing is about. to
commence au action in this Court against
defendant, for the seduction of Plaintiffs
Daughter Sarah A. Saiutsing by defendant
for which he claims damages of Five hun
dred dollar? and cost of suit.
You are forthwith commanded to attach
and safely keen all the nrooertv of the said
James. M. Thomason in your county, or so
murl thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy
said demand, with losts and expenses.
L. E. JOHNSON, Clerk.
No personal property of the defendant J.
M. Thomason to be found In my county to
satisfy this warrant of attachment. I here
by levy on J. M.Thotnason's Interest in one
hundred and nfty aeres of land lying in David
sou County, adjoining the lands of Win.
Mettary, Samuel Sowers and others, alao I
levied on one other tract on the waters of
Rtedy Creek containing 99 acres more or
lets in said Conuty adjoining the lands of
Michael Evans, H. J. Grimes and others,
all of w filch is to satisfy this warrant in at
tachment September 12th. 1874.
In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set
ray hand and affexed the seal of said Court
St office io Lexington, the 25th day of Jan
Seal C. F. LOWE Clark,
Printers fee $15,50 Superior Court.
Thev arc a;i-nt for ihe relt-urtd
wife Linnr, Spectacie j Eye Glasses, lfeamfsxtu-
lWoci, el from ILautc Crrrtal Vkli HLKs.
xii. i Ji-wrlrr i imrn! iwl
charrr a lo a c4Ha
found in vonr rouiitr. to h. nnH uwu lfam tanl with cmh work.
the t!.KU' OK Ol!lt SI l Kit 111! i-iH'Wr Sinn- oi. Main s:reet. 2 doors mhovs NatiJ
" lor Pavidsun Conntv, at the Cooit !loite in Hotrl.
For Yohiie Ladies and ueHbia. ! , ? L6:iz1'
i nrwl sstiKsasaaw ilia 1 .... . 1 . I L. 111 i .1
I i 1 - l t I rsss-vas UK IVMl ..i Mil . i, ICII l.l IPS? UC II." IM H A aV W
t uie lVifuinerics, hlegant -xjaps. Cosine- ,M-it-i u ,u r.i miL .u. r - h CT It IU P. U fc
KLU1TZ S DRUG STORE
uie Perfumeries. Klegsnt .Vwps, Coams- p, lo oflk-c of the Clerk of ibe Honer
:s. Sojn- achous .Toilet Sets. Vases, i r Court of said county, within ten da-, an J Irt
o : jt ,i ' u i t i . u , ' thesnid defendania take notice that if they (ail to
Uair, and Teeth Hi n.-ln a, Pocket Books -MP ,k ..i.iT. -:.u .!
f answer tne am complaint within the time ire-
ozc, 111 endless variety at
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
ki.u rres oaca store.
Cigars iii yon Say ?
Oh yes, we have them at all prices
acribed by law, tbe plaintiff will apply to lbs By careful obsgrratiua and eiperieacs sf
Court for the relief demanded in the com- severs years in tho Mercanula A Usidsaai
plaint. x business, we have been ewablsd to saoartaai
Hereof fail not and of this sommon snake due pretty well, what the people need in oav Lisa,
return. and we have purchased our present Isrgs ass
Given under my hand and aeal of said Court, ell assuried otock with special resnreaes at
thia loth day of January, 1875. their wants We flatter oaradve that wreaa
esl C F. I.OW K. 1 please our friends and tbe public feaeraJN,
Clerk of the Superior Tonrt of Davidaon both aa to quality and price. Our wkeaassss
County, and Judge of Probate, of everything; uwaallv kept in our Iise. anea a
It anueariiiK by affidavit to the alatif:irtT.,n Docket and table CI TLKHY. lMSTfl mi
of tbe Court that the defendenta Garel Hurralt, tH'XS, Blackaaith and Carusnisrw Task;
from 2 cents to 95 cents, and can sell
them by the box at jobbcis price, onr
celebrated f cent PECULIAR I an sPncer L. Surratt, named in the forgoing Trace, A all kinds of Wagon A Well
CIGAR is acknowledged the best io thai
KLUTTZ S DRUG 8TORE.
PURE WINES & LIQUORS for
medirul and church purpoees always on
KLU'lTZ S URUO 8T0RE.
Astral Oil 50 cents per
KLUTTZ DRUG STORK.
nnimon. ari nnn-n-aiHoni, .f il,lm Ci.i. m..A
cannot after due diligence be found within WOn anH BUJnTV Mltritl J
this Sute, and that their place of residence C e7
cannot afur due diligence be ascertained, and Honae-building Material, anr as LOCO,
that said defendenta are proper parties to this HlNtiKS, SCREWS, Glass. NA1LA, Paarf.
action relating to Heal property in this Slate
Order that tbe said
Ac. Best of white PAIXTSl KAWaLtt.
BRIDLES, H A KN ESS, CHECK sn4BO6t
Unas ; Diaston's Circular A t prigs
Ouly 25 cents
two and one ntan Crosscut and Hsad Sae I
SB. (Jura and Leather Ik-inns : PWws mi
Plow Moulds ;troa and Steel Baggy uad Vaf-
on Tire ; Straw Cutters, Meat
a box T Warranted or
money refunded. After years of experi
menting, I have si last (ouud the Great
Remedy for Chills, Fever k A;;ue, c,
and can confidently recommend it to my
friends and the public. Try It.
Finest Teas in the mark
et, Put up in air tight,
lib cans, 26 per cent less
than usual Prices at
KLUTT'8 DRUG STORE.
In short whenever you want Prescrip
tions carefully prepared, or need anything
usually kept in a First doss Drug Store,
and want t be certain of getting juat
whst you call for, and of being politely
and. promptly served. Be suie to call on
or send to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, D hug gist
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb 4, 1874 - 6w. Printers fee $20.60 1 J- 28, 1375 tf,
Summons, a sanv
of which is hereto annexed, by served
on said dependents, Garel Surratt and Spencer
L. Borratt. by publication of the same ones
a week for six successive weeks ia Tba Caro
lina Watchman" a newspaper published ia the
town of Saliabnrv in the 8th Judicial biasrirf.
Done at office in Lexington, this 22d dsv of
Y ia Aa m w
c f. lowe. CORN SHELLERS AXES,
Jaa. 28, 1875.-6w. Printers fee 1G50 nd m?J ,hit" ,0 aoua as mm
. Hon. Ue invite all lo give aa a call, oa aa)
yaaarwavwstwa s wswa a w I 2 4"
IMPOBTAlTr SALE pir--- pww k-a-
Tow Lot and Farm Laal. ' 8Ded1 Ordasa,
. . .. SMI HID. A L A IIARTMAN.
in obedienca to a decree of the U. S. Iitrirt
CVwirt, the underaiirned aairnees of Jehu Footer
in bankraiHcv. will proceed to resell on ilw
20th day of hebrnary, 1875, at the Court Uouse '
U balubury. bewining; at 12 u'clot k. th UL.
w valuable Pronertv bclonarin to the Kairf :
Jehu Foster, bankrupt, to wit. tl mcrv of
Land in the North ward of the Town. kn..n
as the Ice Pond Lot. 8 acres of Land ia the
Town adjoining the Land of Hon. Barton
li acre known a the f.'ravel Pit Lot. 1S1
acres of Farm Lands 2J miles North Wn of
Town, adjoining tbe La. id. of Mrs. W. G. lie
Neely, II. C. Dunham and others.
Al-o a portion of hia Hoiotalead in ihm
TERMS: One fourth Cash. balsr s;
Twelve and Eighteen mouths, in equal pay-
Persona wishing to inspect the above proper
ty may do so by calling on us.
T E. BROWN.) . ,
8. II. WILEY, f Al
Salisbury, N. C Jan. 10. 1875. (4U.)
NORTH CAROLINA C0LLBGE,
MocxT Plxaxaxt. Qiiian rn ar n
The second five month term nf il... U.i;,..
tion will bewin Jan. 4th. 187S.
JJll"' for Board, Tuition, Room Rent,
Washing, uel and Llehu. from t70 to t&0
For Catalogue apply to
L. A. BIKLE, President
The firm of C. R. Barker sY Co was di
solved on ths 1st. insc, by mutual consent. All
persona indebted are requested to call and settle
their account with Jno. H. Eunisa. amrnt. at
C. R. Barker A Co', old Stand.
C R. BARKER,
fi. A Pvaltou
MJK- OX J
Salisbury, Nov. tC, T4.-S aw
CALL AT J. H. EHUBS
E M P 0 R I U M,
AS It presents Great Attraction to all, "J
f cislly to the sick and sfljcW, F""
met he baa on hand a Largs and well sskasat
OILS. PATENT MKDTCKS&
WINES, LI O L OBS, ate,
Which he ia determined to sett aa cbssf
cheaper than any Dreg House in the Staaa
Calognes, Toilet Soaps, CoaM Tat
K. B Praacriptloea carefully and aeoassSW
ALL HOURS OF THE DAT OB KIG
AT REDUCED PRICKS.
JOHN H- EN N 188, Aj
At r. R. TWker A Co s. stand next to Mssaew