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MA HUH, 4.
"We ar offering liberal inducement fo
persons canvassing for the Watchman.
PASSAGE OF OIVfcMGHTS. D..g M yr TBmBATAOTA)OPIflWA
. J id she-n were killed in the Lulled Vht in the natural antagonist of disease ?
11 cniiu rass -a
The rnmp Congress his passeo ana . . Ri thntiand were r. u ,h. vit.i nrinciole. Frortl the moment
G-ont, the traitor and tyrant, has signed, fcm jo j-tf, Carolina I Ye legislators that disease i developed in the syetem, thU
the most infamous and wicked measure find a constitutional oimcruty champion fights the introaer unni j eiinwr
w. i.ort (oarifl!ii vp nrinn or tbe exterminatm dogs or even Jevy.ng a tax conqaers or in conquered. Which sue sbouio
,u"' -B'l I fnt. I. .kM.M Umfur .. . . . . Mlh A AtU
, . r,M. i u;ii krn nnon wiem. n r'i"r -"" - meucinai science npow in
iorce oi iaw. iuo ui... iw6.. ..., . :- , - Tutnis who . . - . : a A -i..l. tk.
eue a Ib
laj. Robbing is er third to the thanks
ot our people for his efforts to establish a
etfftal post at this point.
We an indebted to the Hon. A. 3
If errimon for a copy of his excellent speech
In defense of the South, delivered in the
V, 8. Senate, on the 17th, of last month.
tyThe tUleigh Sentinel reaches ns
Very irregularly, we have received but
toe copy in a week past.
The Newt is also rather irregular.
TZ i Tr TTZ.J i invalid who chooses to does himself with de-
wicked North Oarekna in the back ground and plrti -d of toning, invigorating
larkation ti,e outb degraded. There is each a an Titjting"hU enervated frame with Hoa-
Chesanoakc and Ohio Rail
road, announce tbo removal of all difficul
ties in the way of prompt and rapid trans
notation of freights and passengers orr
beir extensive lines.
JVTba March number of our Living
and Oar Dead is received. It is a splen
did number, and the interest which it al
Vaya Imparts la kept up. It contains
135 pages filled with entertaining and
hseful matter. , ,
re have been requested by both
ladies and gentlemen to republish our
editoral of last week on the Congressional
address, and while we feel highly flattered
the eneoniums passed upon i', we shall
have to decline, as we never repeat.
Then again, we would not be willing
to modify what we did say, and could
hardlv resist the temntation to add
ir W ' ! i
of H. L. Browo,
lTThe State Senate has passed a bill
post-poning the operation of the Usury
btM until the 15th, day of December
1 This )ooks very like child's pin y, and
Jra an surprised to see a legislative body
to toon going back upon its action.
After days and weeks, taken np in dis
cussion, the Usury bill was passed through
both Houses. No sooner is this done
than it is die covered that a mistake has
keen made ; that the law is premature,
and that its operation must be post
poned at the behests of the rig, the
taoney sharks, bankers and brokers, who
have not yet completed the work of ruin
with which they have been afflicting the
country these many years.
What it the post ponement for ? Will
it give any relief that will not be equally
demanded at the expiration of the time
naked for ? It is but too evident that this
appeal for the extension of time is made
at the instance and in t lie interest of the
Jnoney ring. They are lothe to give np
tJie opportunity for extortion, and hence
this device to have the operation ot the
law post poned. If they were entitled to
any consideration we would be for extend
lug the time, but they have made their
jack by taking advantage of the necessi
idea of the people, by exacting usurious
nL 1 .1 s
interest at a time wnen ine people were
least able to pay, by rfreveutiug enter
prise and paralyzing industry, and are
not entitled to any consideration or any
tavor. They have done their worst and
i I A .i f a A
jney nave reaped meir reward, ir mere
are now any favors to be shown, in God's
V 1. . t i .1 l .
name, pas u oe suown me sunerers by
excessive usury, and as compared with
the money lenders, they are as a hundred
Will the House be guilty of the stupen
dous folly and injustice of endorsing the
action ot the Senate T
nent members of the facnltv whose testimony
to that effect is published in Hostetter's Ala-
nac for 184.
dWeatite. secretive and excretive orran. al
t r a aa a . . a . . .
We nave seen so much ot tuts snomtng. present in use. This tact ta conceded nv emi
I t .1 r l. I . .i
trimming, and cowardice among office
holders, legislators, and even members of
county and municipal boards, as well as
among persons on whom responsibility
devolves in other positions, as to make as
sometimes doubt the firmness of nearly
1 1 T ... .
every pony. io man ougnt to accept a
rwiaitinn wlinA dntiwa lit ia afrairt I Aim-
r- ' A Xo. 1 Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, in
charge according to hu honest convictions first-rate mnnint order, with table and all
of what justice and the public good neceasa 17 fixtures for sale for 935. Apply at
quire. He should not regard the sneers jgy tf
1 if nnn .1 In n a aunt np Tt ik.
nPnfilft tt'nil A iinlunt oi1f.ll mnn a , , A r s I 1 I I IiLUUlX W I LUL I H I UHl
t " i i - . v u iu u ii.vw V v. i iui.ll. quu IIU I ' -
' r ' MiinrnfMn t r luu prrtTii urn uinr
others, to fill their public offices there I u r V?iu 11 IT A' l5JL - li -
would soon be a decided improvement for
The large majority of those who fill
offices at the present day ride in on prom
ises, with little or no other gratification
than brass, impudence or ignorance
When they have achieved their object,
they forget their promises, their duties to
the public, and go to work devifing means
and wars to keep themselves in office
Tbey are as supple and wiry as a jumping
jack. They trim their sails to suit every
wind ; dodge, shuffl t and prevarication,
are every thing by tarns and nothing
Now this is no fancy picture of the
average office-holder of to day, but a
truthful sketch of the Urge majority, as
ihey appear and act after thy have
secured position. Is it any wonder there
fore that we find so little to approve in
the sayings and doings ot our public
assemblies, and so little of general interest
to the people at large 1
Let our watch-word be, henceforth and
forever, good, honest men or none.
LFor the Watchman.
As the fence question is agitating the minds
of a great many and, it being a question of im
portance, I will give my views on the subject,
as I have lived where it ia a law. All farmers
are acquainted with the task of building new
fence, and remolding old ones every year, and
In The UNITED STATES.
Forsale by J. McDAUGIILIN, A Ron,
WEIL & BRO. Onldsboro, N. C.
II. M, HOUSTON, & Co. Morroe N. C.
MURRAY, Co., Wilmington. N. C.
WILLIAMSON, UFCHURCH, A THOMA,
Raleigh, .N , V.
W. L. McGHER. Franklinton, N. 0.
TEMBERLAKE A EARES, Pacific N. C.
BRANCH A CO. Wilann. N. C-
W. A. ANOEIR, DURHAM, N. C.
March, 4, 3mu
ROBBINS IN CONGRESS.
We have received and have on file the able
speech of the Hon. W. M. Kobbius delivered
la 0oagres8 several days ago. We shall give
this speech, or part of it, next week. We know
that it will be generally read and lolly appre
ciated Maj. Robbing ability and boldue8
'eminently fit him for the position he has tilled
with so much credit to himself and w ith Mu h
general satisfaction to his constituents.
He made the following happy bit last Thurs
day, while the House was considering an appro
priation bill. Maj ltobbins gaining the floor
I renew the amendment to the amendments
I am not well enough to do justice to this ub
joct to-day , but I hear so much ttaid about the
Slate of horh Carolina that 1 feel it is due to
her that some of the Representatives should
be heard on this qiiustio'n , and unwell as I am
1 must address a lew words u the cominittee.
I see no occasion. Mr. Chairman, lor increas
ing this appropriation, as1 it is proposed to in
CTuaae it, by several bundrod thousand doNar.
When the country ought to be and is beeomiug
more peaceable and law abiding instead of
getting worse. The trouble. Mr. Chairman,
bout this business all lies in a nutshell. While
the Government is being ran upon the pretense
pf pieventing the iutimidation of voters, it is
engaged itself in intimidating all the democratic
soters in the South' for party purp wes.j
That in what you ru a your courts for ; that
is what yon pass your laws for ; that is' what
you propose to suspend fhe writ of habeas cor-
jsas lor, and threaten to dentroy the very liberties
-of the whole country in ordcf to intimidate mil
ts of white men and drive them from the noils.
that you can hold on to newer. Sir. you
ight to be aahamed of yourselves when vou
ld as up to censure because, as you state.
a have intimidated a few negroer. while Von
are endeavoring to intimidate millions of white
men. rnac is wnit i tne matter.
Ia North Carolina. Mr. Chairman, the mar
shals have had more than a5U,000 paid to them,
and I do no, know how much more has been
expended, but I believe several hundred thous
and dollars in one of the North Carolina dis
Mr. 8PEER. One hundred and forty thous
and do' lam.
M. ROHBIXF. This is in one-half of the
Rtate, when in the whole State of Kentucky
the Government only paid $68.n00.
. , v. Mr Chairn'ani His all wrong to put
this rouua sum ui),(ajO,oji4) into the bands of a
man like the Attorney General of the Cn red
htates, a man Who works for his party and
forgets his country ; who peemR willing to en
slave and destroy States in order that he may
Vr.rl KATA' man tn tllH Lf'trislatllie Who i . a I A It
of sectional hate, envy, and diaboMsra, has do wilhollt u the prosn enerfkB of patient, thereby help-
been clothed with the authority of law, pnt f m re-election. Charlotte Demo- . t or ,4,0a id n reinforce the vi-
and Joreea npon an un w wing peopie w m Cr. tAiity of the patient and tiiereoy aaasss in qyeu
fire-brand at a time of profound peace, to T. tDe wa t of wbld men VU ing the ailment t Of cowee the proper an-
innllo virilAIICA Alld liroVdke bloOili? lied - 1 nnl of man vhn baTA the nerve to do ewer to this question nut be obvious to every
iiivi y sweww mr g- I BM a v v. - - ' j s
The fiendish cruelty and reyoj.iug mou- what they believe W be right, under al! one .above the grade of an ,o or a n.
. .1 l! , J II .i I mzKX it "
strosiiy 01 uie meaauru rc r circumsiancee ana himself with
. . . a a it . . . n a a. ;. j 1 - - -t
eed by the saerillgious and
attempt to efface the line of demar
indelibly flumped by the band of Omni- rt after ofiice, snch a cringing Jo power, tetter's Stomach Bitters, must be either feeble
nntanr .a barrier ae-iiinst the commin- mmmk temnortzinff of exoediects. on the minded of deranged. Surely nothing short of
,0 - I W M W - g JT amp wm fW -t w m
-a:..- netUa iL m.At w5Hf.lv il1ff..ifnt L.-t iU ...irmuii wmI. nn hi i r. affairs imbeellitTof inaanity aould induce a pemon
. - r ' . .. .1 1 laborim? under hodilv weakness and nervoua
and distinct races ot men. I as to disgust all men of decency ana imei- . t . j.w ,.,.1
... ... .. .1-. utsl? Y T. rTT, .1' prostration, to take day after day powerful
we an Know mat mis mi is tne cnuu ngencrana raase worn sunn we of dntmtic pargative in the hope of
nf bate and cruelty and that it is passed honor? of official station. XI a good man strength thereby. Although charlatan
to further degrade and humiliate Southern chance to get into place, the time-servers, Mj advertise preparations of this character aa
mnn mid women. Notwithstanding these the weather cocks, the rinrs. the boot-licks tonics, people in the full pnesasuon of their
huae mctives. we would fain believe that and the tools of oower all torn their reason can not, one would think, accept them
.u man -li ,n,n,.pH tl. i 5-. him t aiifl., l.ia voice I such. If tley do the penalty of their crrd
. rL! : r.u Va!!I- L.ia m. ulity may be the ahortening of hyea. The
loaiusome om weie iguoraui. u i.uc cuurnu- una aisairoT ui miiucncn. a ub """"" i , . i ;i- .u, j-
ity of the crime they have perpetrated of monopolies, the pimps of cowards, and bUitoted mnd nfr,ow, and all who are subject
against their race, against nature and the representatives of filth and ignorance to intermittent or other dNene bronzht on
n.m', flnA hut m l.avnn anch nanti- I .nar mt Um vaAianU him. titiitl ha ia by the wmlenmrt whether whfcfi prevail at
' , I . ... . . r .. this season, will do well to atrengthen their
ranee, indeed, we Know to tne contrary forced to desist from wuat ne oeuevea to nerrea. tyne their stomacha and regulate their
They have recklessly set everything at be right, or retires from public afftirs bowel wVtU the Bitten. The two-fold opera-
-defiance and consulted their baser passions altogether in disgust : Simply because aperieBtf in dditJon to its direct and atci6c
oulv. Thev have iirnored the laws ot the oeonle too often eive a more wiIImiet effect uram the disordered liver, render it a
" I w r - - mr - "I.jl. j r
ih. flA a..A ,l.!r nnnirir Am ntitn. . it. .k- him eincieni remeoT or conipiaima in me
suv ii va iimu vvMiiij www- i xaa suvus at aa an a a iv uiui
lion and the good of their own race, the
eacred demands of justice and peace,
decency and civil liberty, that they might
enjoy the fiendish pleasure of revenge for
a season. Yet onr statesmen (7) will
still counsel quiet submission : our mer
chants still buy goods from the authors
and defenders of these atrocities ; and
our farmers and laborers, still continue to
dig and delve, plow aud hoe, to fill the
coffers of seme of the basest creatures that
ever disgraced the image of the Crea
What does this measure propose to dot
Why, it simply proposes to override all
aw, human and divine, and force social
quality between the white and negro
races, and ultimately amalgamation to
orce intimate social relation between two
races as widely different in all their
ttnetjons and nature as the horse and the
ass, or tbe eagle and the crow. It is . an
attempt to degrade bv association the
most refined intellectual, and elevated
race with one that in the period of five
thousand years has rot' even shown
sufficient capacity td achieve so much as
We should not be understood as ridi
culing the mental capacity of the poor
negro, or reflecting with undue severity
upon him, for we are kindly disposed
toward him, knowing full well that he is
not responsible for bia nature; but we
are merely stating facts to illustrate the
monstrous crime aud wickedness of the
mad fanatics of the North. If history is
to be believed, if the most accurate and
able writers are to be regarded, we have
clear historical records fintn the time of
Herodotus to the present day, which is
about 2,300 years, to prove that the ne
gro has always been a stranger tQ civili
zation. In addition to this tbe monument-
tal records of Egypt, 2,500 years anterior
to the time of Herodotus, show that the
negro was the same stranger to civilization
. 1 . 1 . 1 m I rn .
men mac ue is to-nav. l nere is no
record, no monument of negro civilization
known to history or scientific research
As a race they are literally without i
history, and by nature savages and averse
to civilization. Yet the fools and fanatics
of this age arc attempting by force meas
ures to engraft this inferior race npou the
snperior, knowing full well if such a
a a a .
thing could be done, without the most
revolting crime against the decrees
of Heaven, nature, decency, and humanity,
it would result in the destruction of
What then should be expected f those
who are selected as victims of this most
villainous and ungodly measure ? Should
they assist its consummation by quiet
resignation to a fate worse than death ?
or by honorable, fair, religions and legiti
mate means ptrive to avert t 1 They can
not, as responsible agents, as chrlsftans
and philanthropists, as true patriots
and good citizen yield more than an abso
lutely forced acquiescence while they nse
every possible legitimate means to break
its force and effect. And if thev are not
abject cowards, they can do much ; for
we have many- illustrations of the utter
utility of force measures thrust upon a
people of courage and manliness.
We are told by Abbe Goeghegan that,
notwithstanding tbe terrible and bloody
laws passed by England against the Cath
olics of Ireland, during the reigns of Henry
VIII., Edward VI., and Elizabeth, even
to that of James I., not "over sixty Irish
embraced the Protestant religion in all
that long time, though Ireland contained
over two millions of inhabitants. This is
an illustration of tbe benefit of erne) force
If onr people are not indeed in grates
and cowards this monstrous measure nf
wickness and madness, which is intended
to crush and degrade them, will serve to
"4 t - rtk
puruy ana elevate tnem. there are
means to render the law of non-effect
without resorting to violence. Let onr
Lpeople be vigilant, patient, and firm.
Ar sr ww mr
to Creaitos of he eat
Ail persons having etaMna agsanel the euue
of U. L.Brown, teeeated, arebeveVy notiied
fore the 5th day of March, 1876, and all peraons
indebted to said estate ire requested to seuie
promptly. March 5, 1875.
JOHN p. MfcMJr.iix.J-v
Administrator de bonif no of the aetata of
H. L. Brown, decd.
March 4, 1874 owa.
The atteniinn of Farmrt is called to the
JoUotcing Statentrwf of the merits of this
superior Fertiliser. -
J. ALLEN BROWN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Price $60 Cash, $65 payable 1st November.
Ma. J. A. BROWN, Agent for NavaaaaGaano
Co, . SalisUcuy, N. C.
Dear Sir: I taKe pleasure In givihf totf the
following statement in regard to the Havassa
Guano, which I have been using for the pant
two veara under cotton on mv fares" In 187S
1 uayd one ton at the rate of 266 lb, per acre,
leavins one teat row for each acre. The final
remit was 900 per cent, more cotton, and near
ly 200 per cent, oa money inteated. In 1874
('last yearl I oaed one ton and a half, applied
it aw in 1878, and the final remit waa 640 per'
cent, more artton.
Not oaring a fig who ones it or who don't,
who aaya it pay or who don't, or who heJievee
My report or who don't, I expect to continue
to one it so lone aa it ia kept up to its preaenl
K. A. PBOPST.
Rowan Co., N . a
A BEAUTIFUL METALIC GRAVE CO VKBII,
s now offered to every one interested in besmtifying and protecting ihegra
their deceased relatives.
Thry are made in four size, with a rariety of styles, ranging Th price f,f.
to $60, according to siae and style. Can be pointed any color d-sin-d, saaaWa?
galvanised to suit the fasTe of purchasers. A g .Ivaniaed plate, osmieiaiiig Ut.
insariptioa partiee desire, is furnished with -ach mound free of charge.
THIS HANDSOME DECORATION
is offered at sucJi prices aa to place it wiUmi reach of alt We invite tl,c
and public generally to call and examine for tlx roar I ve.
Specimen can be seen at J. A. Kamray s office.
C. PLTXER, Agent
8aili$bry. Ji. CAg. 6. 1874-ff
i r-? L.
Petition fr Divte.
North Ca r i.i : a.
ALLKXAXDEh COL' MTV.
Mahy St aiim .
f. J. 8TAnxrs.
I a this eas it apraring thai J. J. Stamea,
the husband f ptitiorr Mary Starnea is a
non-resident of tbf State of North Carolina.
It is therefore rdMvd that publication be
inane in the "Carolina Watchman" a nws-
lJ,,''w mt I . . . . . r. ff -S Af f
to teat of several guanos last year, I rennet you PP7 Pl"shed Miisnory. nn varoiina.
or the pub- r six sueceaaiTe www, uouijoi mm
Clayton. N. C, Fob. 8, 1875.
MEsans. THOMPSON C WOITAKEB:
Sir : In anawer to tbe repeated oueationa aa
to publish the following statement lor the iu
lie benefit, t Ity examination you will see thst
your Navasaa beats them all, and I intend to
use none other this year).
I used seven kinds of guano in the following
mmntr, weight 20 lbs, of each kind, put it in
four rows, the rows being 100 yard long, this
ho in st at the rate of 24) lbs. guano per acre, on
common pdbr gray land, and gathered from
the respective pickings as follows:
1st picking. 2d 3d 4th Total
32 171 15 1077
Sea Fowl, 83
Star Phosphate, 80
Whann's Rawbon. 80
Bradley's 8. P. of L. 23
Feb. 25, 1873. 1 mo.
17 12 14 73
15 14 16 69
16 IS 12 60
Tow n Lots sad Farm Laod
J.J. Starnes Defandant to apiH-ar al tb nxt
Superior tlourt to h- held for the County of
AMpa der at the Uoort riooae in I ayiors
ville. on tbe 3rd Monday iu Mamh next, and
auswer the complaint of the plaintiff within
the first tbiee daya of said Tnn thereof, or
she will take Judgement for tbe relief deman
ded in the nmplnint.
Witness W. A. Piad Clerk of raid Court
at office in Taylorsrille Oh this the 30th day
of Ju. A. D. 1875.
W. A. POOL,
C. 8. C.
R. . LINNET,
Atte for Plff.
Feb. 4 1675 Cw. pd.
In obedience to a decree of the U. 8. District
Court, the underijfned assignees of Jehu Foster
in bankriiptcv, will proceed to re-aell on the
20th day of February, 1875, at the Court House
in Saltitotiry, hegtning at 12 o clock, the iollow
ins valuahie Propertv befoitKirc to the Said
Jehu Foster, bankrupt, to wit. 2 acres of
Land in the North ward of the Town, known
as (he Ice Pood Lot. 8 acres of Laud in the
Town adjoining the Land of Hon. Brrton
1 acres known as the uravet 1'lt ixx. ibi
acre of Farm Lantls 2 miles North West of
Town, adjoining I be Lands of aire. W. U. 31c
Ni'cl v, If. C. Dunham and others.
Al.-o a portion of his Homestead in the
TERMS : One fourth Cah, balance Six,
Twelve and Eighteen months, in equal pay
ments. Persons wishing to inspeel the above proper
ty mav do so hy ratlins; on ns.
T. K. BROWN.) . .
8. H. WILEY. A1"
Salisbury, N. C Jan. 19. 1875. (4U.)
The sale of the above property belonging to
Jehu Foster, bankrupt, was, by proclamation
Peter M Trezler, administrator
of Levi Lawrence, Plaintiff,
H. C. Owens ami Wife Elisabeth, Summons.
w m. t . u atson and wife Amanda,
James Lawrence, Johnson Law
rence, and Julia Lawrence. De-Cadttnta.
Special proceeding to make real estate assets.
8ATTE QF NORTH CAROLINA
TO THE SHERIFF OF ROWAN COUNTY
GRREETIFO : t
Y"on are hereby Commanded to Summon H.
C. Owens and wife, Elisabeth, W. O. Wat
son & wife Amanda, James Lawrence and Ju
lia Lawrence the Defendants, above named.
if they be found within your County, to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Rowan, within twenty (20) days, after the
service of this Summons on the exclusive of the
day of such service, and answer the complaint.
a copy of which is served with this Summons : nfWek 187.x when it will all be
And let toem take notice, that if they fail to mW , th, cHoose in Salisbury, at 12
answer the complaint within that lime the ! i, m
pu;.;h .m.w. ik. r- . r. ur: oca, ju.
We are doles; a a exieaeire ocrineas la CLOTH -INC
and (U'STOM TAil.OKISG. thronah Local
Ageata, who ate supplied with ssmp'es shoving
onr Rj aJj-made and Cnstora Piece llooda Mock.
The plan is working wait for I'oaswaiera. Agenu,
and onrselTea. We deatre o extend oar baaiaaaa
ia thai line, sad thr that parpaae will correspond
with bona fide applicants for ageaeea. ted real
I name and reference a tn character.
DEVLIN k CO
r. Q Box aUfl JaTeXi
mWW WW. -
aw 1 I
W Sst - 'jsBSSSShaan.
OfTer the beat "Hectioi of Jrarlrr ta U
ound in TA'csrem North Carolina. (. 4MtM4inr
LADIES' AOENTS GOLD WATCHES ,
Gold Opera a ad Teal Chaiaa,
FZZffB GOLD P LATHI) Jewcky,
SILVER WAJIE, GOLD rFSS.it.
Moi KT 1I.KAAXT, t'A 13 A BBVS Co
The second five months terra of this Institu
tion will beg-in Jan. 4th, l7o.
Kxpensea for Board, Toil ion, Room Rent,
Washing, Fuel and Llithta. from $70 to $00.
For Catalogue apply to
L. A. P1K LK, I'resident.
i. v x am 'Kit Cot'XTT. Superior Court.
ajamt, Secial Proees ding
xxc BowgAS. Petition ftsr Dieore
In this rase it appearing that Anne Bow
wan, the wife of Petitioner, William Bow
man )s a nou-resideat of the State of Nonh
It ia therefore ordered that publication be
made in the "Watchman" a Bewaiaaier nab-
Thev are agents for ihe celebrated
Spectacles snd Sre 0 lasses, ltaufaetar-
Citw. a fr "" Mincte Crystal PLIiKU-
I Watches, t lurks a uo Jewelrr r. loired ana
COLLEGE. : wsrrantetl 12 luotn, charges as !u ax
p I tant with work
Htore on Msin stn
"tree. 1 doom aliore Nataaaal
of the Assignees, poet poned nnlil Saturday the lishejio Salisbury North Carolina for six in
an a a m mar a a u t i i a, . isw. - .
suceeaaive weeks, notiljring the sa d Anno
Bowman. Defendeot to appear JU the oext
S-iperJor Court to be held for the County of
demanded in the Complaint.
Herein fail not, and of this Summons make
"! 1 I 1 3 .1 , ..
bio !.. U tm ,n 'l . I oitcu unutr mj nann ano tne seal oi said
know that it is noamall job, besides, ,t requires cm of Febrn.rVf m
tnai tne oesi iimoer in me woods must be cut Seal. J. M. HORAH.
to make the rails, unless every farmer should Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan Co.
clear a new ground when the timber would be CRAIGE A CRAIGE,
i l . Plaintiff s Attys.
is not economy for the timber will all be slain M K '
anu the woods turned into fields to be cultiva
ted in a few generations to come, whilst fields
now cultivated, which could be made more
productive than ever, will be thrown out to
grow up into old held pine.
Then, where will the timber come from to
make rails ? V hen the country ia as barren
a the western prairies the "A'o fence" will be-
i i i . .
come a taw, anu wny not aaopt it now and save
the timber for the use of future generations,
avoid the laborious task of making rails to
keep the farms under fence. The fence law
will have several good effects without the labor
The North Carolina
In the first place, the time spent in makine OF RALEIGI. N. C.
rails and building fence, can be devoted to
improving the farm, by preiwring manure and INSURES DWELLINGS, STORES, MER-
ivnuiavni ox ait ainna, sowing clover seea, I (JJJ .NDI8E, AND
plowing more frequent and deeper and should
.irvinnl I ii ru I lunAlhi mwtA 1 I 1 a S 9
vivuiiw. ciiv4 nkicuuuv wuru, KCCJ)
yourselves posted in the progress and modes of Against Loss or Damage by Tire, 0B the
agriculture and the laws of nature. Should bT.i iTjjniilUTxLtLi
the labor on the farm be diminished, during 0Bt Ma Terms.
the winter month, bv doing .way with fence ito StoeiUolaVra are rentlemen interested
makinflr. trv and send ronr fhi Hraan t anknA ' J 7 0
f w af sHHwiaai iiwi I . . a w SASf g-n a T
in ouitoiBg up xortn iaronua lusu-
Siperior Curt : Dane County-
Henrr B.Ownes, J. T. Williamson 1
A wife Jennie, H. L. Lineberrier
A wife Julia, Edward L. Owens,
an infant who sues by his next
friend J. T. Williamson, and Wil
liam S. Owens an infant who sues
bv his next friend J. T. William
more, that they may improve their intellectual
qualities, for the progress of a country ia in
proportion to tne intellectual development of
her people. The idea of the old fogies, that
farmers need no education, ia all bosh, abanred,
and the result is oppression. Farmers must be
educated and enlightened aa much aa any other
The fence law will also be a means of im
proving the stock. A person cannot afford to
keep so much scrubby stock when he must
unions, and among them are
many of the prominent bus
iness and financial men
of '.be 8tate.
All Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
It appeals with confidence to tbe In-
keen them up and feed them, but must necea- surers of Property in North Carolina,
sari I y keep less and better stock. r
Why keep four little cows to milk two cal. 0n TT, T.4Wi...
Ions of milk per day from them, when onegood MbUuiMG IlUIllC lUUltUUU,
cow will give tbe same quantity in a dav, and . T
certainly one cow will not coat as much to kep K " A 1 1 aK, J r.f 1 rest.
her as four will ? Why keep a poor stock of 0. B. ROOT, Vice President,
5gtwJtoat they may weigh one hnn- flV a'rnK n at po. fUa.
dred and fifty pounds a piece, instead of (rood " A 1 ON GALES, Seer j.
suick m win weign two hundred pounds at P. COW PER, Supervisor.
12 months old? Farmers must wake up and
oevwe means to save labor. aim unc w as u ar n I .
Agent at Salisbury.
Uriah Phelps, and Hervey Sparks,
F. M. 1'hilfipa and W. K. Sharpe,
admr. of the Estate nf Hiram
Phelps, decM. Dreaafeats. ' "
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
TO THE SHERIFF OF DAVIE Col'NTV
Yon are hereby commanded in the name of
the Stale to Summon Uriah Phelps, and Her
vev F. M. Phillips and W. K. Sharpe
Admr. of the Estate of Hiram Phelps, dee d
derennanaa in tne aoove action, to appear
at the next term of the Superior Court of the
conntr of Davie at the C-ourt House in Mocks-
ville, on the 2nd Monday after the 3rd Monday
In March, then end there to answer the com
plaint of Henry B. Ownes, J. T. Williamson
A wife Jennie, S. L. Lineberrier A wife Julia,
William S. Owens, Kdwsid L. Owens, Plaintiffs
in thin suit. And you are further command to
notify the said defendants that if they fail to
answer the complaint within tbe time speci
fied by law, the said plaintiffs will apply to
the Cotut for the relief demanded in tbe
complaint and fur all costs and charges In this
Witneaa H. B. Howard Clerk of onr said
Court at office in Mocksville, this the 16th day
of February. A. D. 1875.
Seal J H. B. HOWARD.
Clerk of Superior Court Davie Countv.
In the above case, it appearing to the aatiafac-
tion of the court, that Uriah Phelps one of the
Defendants in this case is non-resident of this
(State and that his place of residence is unknown,
it is osdered that service of Summons be made
bv publication in the "Carolina Watchman," a
newspaer published in Salisbury, N. C, for six
H. B. HOWARD. C. 8. C.
Feb. 25, 1875 6 w. Printers fee 510,50
t i rrrvrvTitTi b
PA LIS BURT. X. C,
Have joK received a in Ut af Imaactaj asi
Native brands of
Alexander at the C-urt House in Tayba- I LitTr9 tOSMV'S T BnWS, Uaravwev
ville on the third Monday ia Harrh next, i Whisk
and aaswer the eomplaiut of the Plaintiff tt,. a r.m . ,r.
will ia the first three days of said Term' r i-i
I hereof or the Plaiutiff will take judgement Jtjfe htskeg, and North Carolina Can
for the relief lemanded in the complaint.
itness. W. A I'..ol clerk Superior Court
r Alexander County at office ia Tay'ure-
ville. ou th is day of January. 1375.
Sal W. A. POOL.
c. s. c.
Jan. 28. 1875 fiw.Pr. fee $10. pd.
Holland OK asj
French Brandy, ftc.
Peach Brandy, J. C.
draught. Beat bottled Ala,
other wines, Sconr imnaat whan and toast
Brandy, from the celebra tod Vineyard d
C. W. Garrett V Co-, N. 0. BataU
and Canned meats, Oysters, and Fish,
W. T. Black well 9c Co s
H. J. S.
L3r Eveiybodv who prnfers to see
their home papers prow instead of those
A I T .f - . l
.ia i.u ....I .iA.u... at ine ortn, are resDecuiiuv rfntiestea i
he truckles. J to fend ns snbscribers for the Watchman, mingfon Journal.
Senator Merrimox. Tho Richmond
Dispatch says that "Mr. Merrimon. of
T - a 4 .....
.omi Carolina, distinguished himself aa
March, 4 th 5ooos.
DR. S. VAN METER ft CO
Proprietor of the famous Charleston III. In-
an shift debater anA m i. m I Proprietor
MZJITJr-n7- r - 'V-r... 1 irmary ara andoraed in tbe last
'"ft fc" uisci'Kion on
CM.OU 'n-J-T , Srinll in 1M of
JSOrtOU s bill I v . ; r c u i, i." u nt
. i ii nLiinia tiuiTiia in i irAiiii ut uirii v i in uiu
i egulatine the manner of counting th inenee Snmh .n4 nni,. AWi bv fiftv mini-
Hectoral votes for President and Vie tors of various denomination. An opportunity
Presi den t . ia now offered to obtain a thorough examination
Senator Merrimoo is doing credit not w- g"" visit the
oajyrohHMolfb-t to hi. Stata.-ttV. MinMT' nmflatStmm Am
All persons indebted to the late firm of O.
If. Bnis A Co.. are notified that If they do
not call and settle np their accounts in thirty
days their papers will be placed is the hands
of an officer tor collection .
Geo. M. Buis,
Feb. 18. 1875. 1 mo.
"MTCHOKASCT.or 80XTL CHAM-
r Df G." How either sax may fascinate and
nin the love A affections of any peraon they
hoose instantly . This atmple, menial aoqnire
ment all can possess, free, by mail, for 25c,
toast her with a marnafrs rnida, Srvptian Ora
cle, Draaaaa, Hints to Ladies, Wedding-Night
Shirt. Ae, A queer book. Address T. WIL
found in your county, to be and appear before
the CLERK OF OUR SUPERIOR COURT,
for Davidson County, at tbe Court House in
Lexington within twenty daya from the service
oi the summon, exclusive off the day of service.
and anawer the complaint which will be de-
!s.J:'tu a I saw a. a i i a m
posueu m ine omoe oi tne uierx of the (Mi per -
lor Court of aaid county, within ten daya and let
thesaid defendants take notice that if tbey fail to
anawer the said complaint within the time nre-
scribed by law, the plaintiff will apply to tbe
Cnnrt .,- L. A) J
vi.i . i me unci urminura in me coi
Hereof fail not and of this summon make due
Given under my hand and seal of aaid Court,
this 16h day of January, 1875.
8!- C. F. LOWE.
Clerk of the Superior Court of Davidson
County, and Judee of Probate.
It appearin bv affidsvlt to the statiafeetinn
ol the Court that' the defendents Garel SorraU
J - - r a a . .. .
tiv. t. nurnu, namea in tne forgoing
Summon", are non-residents of this State, and
cannot after doe diligence be fonnd within
mia biate, and that their place of residence
cannot after due diligence be ascertained, and
mai sua a ei en dents are proper parties to this
action relating to Beal propertv in this Slate :
Ordee that the aaid Summon wnv
of which ia hereto inimiH h. Ja
on aaid defendenta, Garel Bnrratt and Rpencer
C 1 a a aw . a,
aa. oarrau, ny publication of the same ones
a week for six aocceasire weeks In "The Caro
lina Watchman" a newspnper publihed in the
town of Salisbnry in the 8tFf Judicial District.
Done at office in Lexington, this 22d dav of
C F. LOWE.
Jan. 3B, 1875. 4hr.
DAVIDSON COUNTY : IN THE SUPER
Jessk Lakb Admr. or )
Bevly m kkatt, Plttt. V Summons.
Spencer Surratt, Wm. 8orratt,8rn JameaSurratt
Daniel Surratt, Lewis Surratt. Debnaha i lover.
Clark Loflin A wife Linny, Jerrv Morris A wife ( W. T. B) Cbtwinr Tobacco, and tW
r nni-w, .nuw rrwicK oy nisnext inena ro.
Peacock, Garel Surrail A Spencer L. Surratt,
8TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
TO THE SHERIFF OF DAVIDSON
COUNTY GREE I ING ;
Yor ABB HERKBT COMMAXDED TO 8UBt
mok. Spencer Surratt. Wm. Surratt. Sr,
James Surratt, Daniel Surratt, Lwia Surratt
A Debnaha Glover, Clark Loflin A wife Linny,
Jerry Morris St wife Frances, Moses Peacock,
Garel Surratt and and Spencer L. Surratt,
the defendan a above named, if to be
f I ca . mm.
anginal iuioam OBBoainaT lot
Ctpars ,and a supply of Use 8aUk Jfaetk
cbauin pipes, and Use Jet or Tl-ti stem.
Call and see a
Feb. 11th U75-3bo.
CALL AT J. H. ENKI88'
I) R U G
A 8 It presents Great Attraction to all, saw
dairy to the sick and afflicted, .Fro
fact he has on hand a Largo and well sataaas
OILS, PAT EST MEDICESSS
WISES, LIQU0B8, str,
Which he ia determined to sell mcBssfsr
cheaper than any Drug Hoose ia the Staia.
Calofaes, ToUat Boa pa, Combs, Taatk t
N. B. PrescnrXiooa careful It and
ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OB
AT REDUCED PRICKS. . .
JOHN H. ENNI8R. As--At
C. R. Barkor AJCo's. stand next u Paami
Address G. StiwTOS
LI Alt m Co.- nibs. Finis.