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0 / 75
We an offering libera; inducements to
pereonj canyaMmig for the Watchman.
Grant bee done one good tiling,
nd we can not refute to give him pnedit
for it, end that is, the vetoing of the
WTe idea of a Legislstae tbat lief
shown so little capacity, and bo Utile
ppreciaiion of the public wants, attempt-
fog to limit the powers of a Convention qf
pw people, woijld be ridiculous indeed,
it not for the fact, that it is not in
to be regarded as stupid.
tyrh people of Cbarfoite have had
a Dill passed through the Legislature,
petoblishing a special court for the city to
be presided oyer by the major.
We bare urge4 the same thing for this
pWn for more then two years, and we
pi glad to know that some su-pe have
taken to bring it about.
A vote of the Conservative
of the Legislature in
inreninas devices Honson. and before the preriaoalj
of tberhodoroonMdisOtk VaobirelLn nouncrd time hod arrived; the Schoolroom
7 .t 77 mm filled to it. ntmAft enrvnci t v : bu t
force and canning, too prophetic wisdom
Tr " Ur qju- .uuij f joiiu. fiaar. ' : -' ,:.' .
for and only 13 again the call of a t Jon- - TV ' 7 TT nnniwer w" T
Alter iiw wuuiu I .. . . I li " j f i. . .k.
uir, miu j. am uappy w mmJ
were not disappointed. lue ei'rtains
were raised for the "opening scene," the
uid;scnbHble poune ot too actor
mouths caused a terrible laughter all over
the room. One scene after another, and
another were played or aeted, to the
terrible destruction ol buttons aud belta,
until the audience . brine so crowded had
to stand up generally, were tiied out with
so mueh laugbinjr. But tltey could not
vention. After tWe we sUouid tnina ,. Tu w ,. Z.A:
there would be npnger fclay on this - he ""r
important question, fery so small a "J " " tb,i
To Creditor, of the estate of H. L.
. I master piece of the New.
We did not need to be told
minority will not assume tbe grave re
r a " - a? w
.MAMdskil:sw af 4ftinr tw inpaaure to
T7 .TliZA ir... people of N. 0. are honest, and ready to
r J . pay as far as they are able on all the
much those who compose tins minoity PV ... f , ... .
, LaTa u . outstanding a and fcyai obligations
may have differed with those who com- a r
f7-.- . ' against them, for it were an insult to uiti -
pose tbe majority on the poly or exP L . . . .. i i.
EL. ;JSZ La, thlTe no looser th ntrary. But to "clap tbe
. . . ... r. climax." e have ibis bit of information : resist the loud peak ot laoebter, on
a snaaow oi excuse ,or u r - - : tw -on .r.i.. to kiss his
A if sa esss a. pas ayueao w wm w wwv n a -r -
: Ijs. AT- . i ewcet-heart." or the by ateahng
m u i i ; - 1 r aW o, Julius trvie u teach uncle Sam
proclaimed, and throogli wnieb tliey hope Md n - fidde
into power. Lei 8 see it tins is
All persons bavins claims aaaiost tas .
of H. L. Brown, dtceassd. are Wrvbr notlisal
to exhibit the sasnctothe underined oO or be
fore the Ma day of March. 1876, sad all
ndebted to said estate are saaaeatad to
promptly. March 5, 1876.
JOHX d. HKitPI!.lU.
Adraini-.trator de honia aim of the entale of
H. L. Brown. iec'd.
st area 4. 1874 Owe.
this vote. To do to is simply to belt tbe
party. We don't believe there are any
ready tor this. We conclude, therefore,
that a Cony cti tjon will be called without
Jt3-The following has bean publisb
Wilmington, 3d, March '75.
We nuderptand tbaX you have declared
p and play
to iuo mto poser.' let s see it tnis is But I must not fortt to mention tbe
true : new scene "The Pretty Bouquet of
The so called public debt of this State, Rae.M I would do injustice to the sweet
interest and all, it set down at about m " m 3
' M. mi1 y twA I n y-. ... if ha fnnt1thtiiunt
The attention oj Farm-rt ts called to the
following statrntt s ofAs merit qf this
J. ALLEN 'BROWN,
Salisbury, N C.
Price $00 Cash, $05 payable 1st November.
is a bill before the Legislature
f pljsue the tjme of boding the elections
j this State. We hope it will not pass,
ft is a step backward in every sense oi
tbe word, and we would rather be beaten
than to acknowledge that we have so lit
fle confidence in tbe people oi N. C. , or so
Jittle pride in maintaining the position
he has heretofore occupied.
Charloti e, 3d, March, '75.
To Mpssrs Fnglehard & Saunders:
I am in favor of Convention in view of
recent action of Congress.
Z. D. VANCE.
Is it not a wonder the Legislature did
not proceed at once To call a Convention,
as soon ss the shove was made known to
the members f We confess that we are
The "Moneyed ring'
kers sad primps have filled the lobbies of
rhe legislature so long to defeat the
fjssjrr bil), but without eftect, don't like
fa be called out by psma in public
Wall )i is said that men never like to have
ffca truth told shout them, or to be desig
pated by appropriate names when they do
pj favor bad things.
le negroes, two or three lawyers
BAd Cautwell, the great unwashed, at
tempted to get Judge Bond to enjoin
Registrars and poll holders of election in
the City of Wilmington, N. C, to prevent
an election under an amended charter
recently granted by the Legislature.
But Bond would'nt enjoin worth a cent.
So the election will be held, and John
grown's soul goes marching on.
If the Legislature refuses to call
a Convention after the action of the cau
cus, it will deseive to go down to poster-
jty as the most obstinate, opinionated,
stupid, and timid body that ever
ibled in America : Yet the respon
pibility of the failure will rest with a few
narrow minded, insignificant asses who
are vain enough to imagine that tbe exis
of government in this country de
pends upon their action.
Idr l here are several pro positions
pending before the Legislature, which
have for their object the further draining
pf tbe Treasury. An appropriation 1
asked for to resasitate the University
also, one to be wasted on a Centenuia
celebration at Charlotte. We think
Legislature that has done so little good
SB m, i
and wasted so much public money to
doing it, should nqt be hasty in further
the people's money for suph use-
2 .a ts
purposes as tuese. it tnere is any
on band that can not be used for
fhe advancement of bettor objects, let it
b given to the Orphan Asylum at Ox
fold., or used for some other good pur-
BP No man who was elected as
Pemocrat qr ponservative has the righ
to oppose tbe wishes of a majority of his
party, mucq lesss a two-thirds majority
aod he who does it at once becomes an
Jabjmaelito and a boiler. We don't think
there will be any man of sense or honesty
in the present Legislature who will as -sumo
a role so widely ft variance with
tbe publie wish and the good of the par
ty, so destructive of bis usefulness and
so despicable as to place him beneath the
level oi common contempt. When the
Pon vention bill comes up for considera
tion, the party expects every member to
do bis daty, and we have au abiding faith
that tit will be done in accordance with
the expressed wishes of the party.
S4O,OOO,0OQ, and it is proposed by the K5 wiel tbe - . lXy worfh- j
i i-.ii i :c i . i .v i m - - w - , .
om reierreu w, tc wo uuuersuuiu iui- jancy it was as pretty a scene ana as nice
News, to reduce this to 84,569,803, that a collection of "Sweet six teens' as I evt r
M, Repudiate $35,430,194 of the present looked upoo? would that, could bave
' ' m ' I 1. . A ..!... I. t I) ........ t t
ani so-called State debt. Now, we deal P-W - -'-H
But time and spsee prevents me from
Ir : I take pleasure in girinxrou
I statement in regard to the jfan
which I have beoa awing tot the
n favor of Convention Is it true,
are we at liberty to publish the fact by object to tbe reduction or repudiation
LSGLEHARD & SaLXDERS.
A a w-w oas as. a S I - . 1 - . . ..
of tbe Kadical traua, out we ao ooect to niakmg any further "remarks allow me
self righteous preverieaiion. It is repu to say. that ail things, being considered,
ditiou, pure and simple, and why not call qn,u success in Ibo way or L,n-
,. , .1 erary Amusements. All things passed
it repudiation and cease to denounce those J. . , . r .
... ..... m off pleasantly and agreabre to all parties,
who brought it about by boldly advocat witb much to
ing tbe repudiation of the monstrous fraud pupils.
R. L. O.
Exorbitant. An official statement
ts made that the number of bales of
cotton seised in the South under orders
snd swindle. How does the News know
that the Democratic voters will sustain
the measure 1 If they are opposed to
repudiation they will not do it. Does the
Legislature reflect tbe views of the Demo-
astonished at their stuniditv. obstinscv. Mk oi North Carolina I Ibis
. - - - - - - w w ' - T " ' I . . . .
nsnbordinalion. What in the name f qnesuon nas not been semen, aud csn from lue Tressury Department sfter the
' .1 . .1 . a v it I
all the Rod has pQngress done to make a I "ol 00 UUU1 m' oaj eatu a v,onven- ci0e of ,un war wa8 333 . gro8. pro
ja Convention more necessary than it was uon ceeds $7,850,676; total expenses 2,160,
w r . a a at. r . . i . .
before that body assembled ! And so x sj aooonuis oe:ug a seiuemeui, a 434 . proceeds released 8603,570; pro
Gov. Vance has been against Convention compromise t According to the showing of eeed, u th treasury $4,886,672. That
all this time. When the people cut loose lue w " onesiaea measure. wa8 a deil of a big price to have to pay
rom selfish politicians and cease to bead 1 be citeis bave not yet acceded to the for the fun of killing s few yaukces. If
them altogether we may hope for better terms proposed, and without their assent they take it that seriously guess we won't
times -poj before. iUV u,u W,M PreTW UCBU lclcr- " " indulge in that diversion any more. It a I
should become a law However, and prove ejgk Topic
We are glad to know that there are eeeptable to the creditors concerned,
eood men in ibis section, who miabt be looe wno naTe Ma coor"Ke 10 aro
mmr W I m mm m m m
n,.rnnriat.i. ianaA .k. 1 1 cate re pu d ni 1 1 on a ro entitled to all tbe
rr r V ssaMva wisu vsjvj uiv iivtcu i
men," who are conformine to the require- erea,k 1 neJr were cl0l1 V tbe pur-
w a i . ma r a. s a u
menu of tbe new law and lending out " motives. xney ien satisneo mat
their money at 6 per eent. We hear of there was no chance to effect a compro-
otbers who have been lendinr money all mu,e wun lue " were
w it a a m .a o . I asuu ui 1 iiv Uriiiiiika ui a
... . . . . . . rvamh inn in ho hi-kk.lj At Ihn SIaIa aaAi.
this time at 8 per ceut. Tbey have here- f the position ol secretary since the orani
a ... I nv nruinff tn nnnnitinn nf all ImIiiI. r m .... ...
toiore been regarded as very close, but ' o r " i"n oi ine govtrumeut. Lite likeness
w I a ai a a a aa i . I . . .
they said that 8 per eent was enough for na ,1,eSal claims ; tbey believed that this is said to be a very t xeHlcnt one by those.
money, and that it was as much as they WM the moat effectual way to protect the o hsve seen it "and are well nrquainted
could eonssientiouslv take With such PopK top the trafic, aud prevent similar tLaorigi. si. Thi Wks as though
eouta eonssieniiousiy isae. v un sucn r r r r tUu eni j ivem WM ,lut ,,., ,
t m mm -r m t V Cm II H a In illA fntnoA TltMS ! ik v
men there is no use for Usury laws, since c - ble, and it only that of hnuesty and pa
mm-m . I m m . . I t , a ikiiO ur - aAwwaal r m 1 t l 4 . I a a
Usury laws are to restrain the cupidity J "l"iW"w,i"" j Wk irioiisin wouiu return along wi n it, we
- r - i i . a i mi . i s a.i.;iai
Mb, J. A. BROWN. Aeentfor N
Co.. Saussuar, N. C.
Dear Sir : I Uke pleasure in sirins roa the
two years under cotton on my ara' la 187a
I uael one ton t ib rate ol W llw. r acre,
. r "tl .l
eavuin one iem row kt enen wis. a uv uui
mil wan 900 kt ceut. mure w Iton, aul ntir-
v Jo J ucr ctiil. on iiioin-y invest!, in 10.-4
1 mm . W ' o . IS r a
(last year 1 uhki one ton and a aaii, appiieo
it as in 1873, and (he final result waft 640 per
cent, more cotton.
Not cirine a fix who uses it or who don't.
who wv it tiays or who don't, or who believes
my report or who don't, 1 expect to continue
to use it so long ax it is kept up to iu preoeul
standard. Yours, Ac
K. A. PBOP8T.
How an Co., X.C.
Claytos, N. C, Feb. 8, 187a.
Musas. THOMPSON t WH1TAKLK :
Sirs : In answer to the repeated question as
to teat of several guanos last year, I requewt you
lo pultlniii lb following statement lor the pub
lic beneut. (By examination vou will see that
your Navasea beats them all, and 1 intend to
use none other tins vear).
ds of goano in the following
Pbesidekt Davis. The portrait- of
Ex-President J( fferson Davis bus been
added to the gallery in the office ol the
war department at Washington under the
law of Congress anthori sing the eollec
tion of the portriite pf all who have filled
and avarice of such as bave no con-
that such a bill ss the one referred lo might be happy yet. Raleigh Topic
u Knuo dam nsssail 1 !. - t ? .
aaianMi I voav w mm iiao p'loovu ftUO SJ7T. Iff saa VJ9 SO ail
i viv,uv a -
As we have before said, we believe the evidenee of lhe triumph of thefr views.
law will work dod to tbe State, and this COUMe ine seu-ngnieous saints
hss been our sole object aod aim in advo- are to nice to call things by their proper
? .a a a a
- . i namaa wriii insist Hmt ihon 1. . h ,n h i
catiner it. We have no money to le jd ,"1""0' ",0,0k fc"afc ""V
and do not wish to borrow ; but we be- aboot chan5e
came satisfied in our own mind that ex notwithsUnd their
ceseive Usury at this particular time Df d,lluable aud mbiguona policy as it
.a m mm a na . r a
general poverty and business prostration, settlement ot tbe Mate liebt.
wss workine great hardship and oppres u wm were Pun'""S PP " e
a a a . I aiatattal inrl mora mmatawAr1 t Vimf ssva aarhpa
sion. hence we resolved to advocate IbeP-f .
passage of a Usury law with all the P6 by the legislature, tbe Demoerstic
earnestness and skill we possessed. We P11 the moneyed rings, we might 8Wer to this question must be obvious to every
r I r..i k: . ...it. . jl i i ,i j . .j. i .
are always frank snd pointed in our re- 1W ",m ""UU1C era
marks, and frequently wound without in- to ' bot M we ttfini to the rural
tending to do so. W some dUtrict8 we Mn not expected to know
enemies and lost some subscribers by our erer7 thio W the Legislature, just
advopacyof the Usury law; but while wht tbe party will do, or entertain cor-
we concede tbe right of all men to their reel Tiewg on mH-
own opinions, and the right of all
men to differ witb us on all questions JLtniSJtAJl X iimUSJSMJSXi T.
of public policy, we can not be deterred Mess. Editors : Please allow me
from the advocacy of any measure gpaee in your highly esteemed paper for
that we believe to be right or promo a synopsis of the elosinr Exercises of
my a O
THEGREAT A NTAGONIST OF DISEASE
What is the n itural antagonist of disease ?
It is the vital principle. From the moment
that disease in develooed in the svttm this
10 norm Uarollna, champion fights the intruder until it either
hinting, sbnf&ine, in- conquers or is conquered. ' Which aide shout
medicinal science espouse in this life and deatl
straggle ? Should it depress and cripple the
physical energies of the patient, thereby help
ing the disorder, or should it reinforce the vi
tality of the patient and thereby assist in quell
ing the ailment ? Of course the proper an-
tive of tbe public good, by tbe threats or I sirs. J. K. Graham's School.
frowns oi any combination, party, clique The examination took place on Thurs-
or sect. We have no doubt about tbe dav the 4th day of March before quite
, - ii ji lsxge crowd of persons; who were highly
honesty of men who have opposed tbe tn .. ,C - - - j
... rr gratified to see tbe promptness and accu-
Lsury law, and we bear them no enemity racy with which the bright lads and
for having differed witb us as to its policy, lasses answered the questions propounded
We feel confident thst they bave not been tbem by tbe audience as well as the
m. I Tli . l a t
hurt, but that we all will be eveutuallv cnCT-. owing w we inclemency ot
w 1 t Iia voarhAP rw rwar a urociir
woav ww vwu ' j w v mm we a
gaeat many of the soolars could not
attend regularly, and consequently tbey
were not so well posted in all their studies
ss they would otherwise hsve been.
But no one who was an eye witness
a - a a
House on Saturday, and will be called up on eouta say toat eitber teaeber or pupils
its final reading to day. The majority by which had mieimproved or wasted much if any
it passed is a striking evidence of the readiness time. At 12 o'clock our kind and gener-
of the State to provide for its obligations in oat Ladv Friends remembering their
vtmrfcr. r! ti if a uhi itv T m mmm ii.il.at .i I
mgjTTia aagfm:fflrT l" -nobIe. ""on-to gratify man-
demagogues have proclaimed, and throoah brought forth scores of buckets and has
which they hope' to rise into power. It is an kets. well filled with tbe richest, snd
beucfited by it.
TUB STATE DEBT.
The bill which paased the Senate
days ago. passed its second reading
It is surely a poor question that
bos not too tides to it. But it is far worse,
fat any ooa to attempt to bolster up auy
particular principle or policy that is ut
terly indefensible. Such is the case of
fhose who have opposed the passsge of
the Usury law. Tbey have straggled
desperately against it, bat their strongest
argument is that it is better for those
jrho have to borrow, and for tbe country
at largo, to gsy 19, lb aad 25 per ceut.
interest than 4, a, or 8. They bave also
attempted to excite prejudice against the
' messure, and o frighten legislators by
declaring thft all the mortgages on prop
erty in tjiiff ;ate fqr paoney borrowed at
msurious rates will be foreclosed. Tbey
tell as it is barbaric, ruinous, antust : bat
they never say auy thing aboot the fact
that Usury is a monstrous onme denoan
rad Kv Heaven. Thev never sav anv
ioiua alyat the Inhumanity, Injustice.
wickedness, wrong snd oppression that
Jiave been inflicted upon the poor men,
women aud children who bave bean sold
oat and yet to be sold out of house aod
home to satisfy tbe greed ot tbe money
i. . .
issue which the Democratic parly is very wil
ling to meet. It is altogether consistent with
principles it hss always acted upon. Pos
ting to meet,
sibly it may sacrifice some votes b the
stty it creates for tbe imposition of s new bur
den of taxation, but it preferred this risk to tbe
loss of tbe honor and credit of the State. Bat
we believe that ninety-nine hundredths of the
Democratic voters of the State will endorse the
action of the Legislature. Tbey expected a
definite settlement of 0 question, I which baa
weighed so heavily upon every interest They
demanded to know the wont' aud be relieved
from farther uncertainty, and we believe they
will come forward with man ly readiness to car
ry out the plans of this settlement. And the
terms of settlement make the burden a light
one after all. The age regale indebtedness to
be represented by new bonds i $4,669,803. The
amount of interest for the first two vears at 2
per cent., is 091,30, Ob pet year, or 6 7-20
cents on the 100; lor tbe next three years at 3
per cent., aio7,7VZ.lZ per year, or a 3-6 cents
on the $100: far the next five vears at 4 mm
cent , $182,792.12 per year, or 10 8-10 per cent.
on tae OlOO: tor tbe next 20 vears at 5 oer
eent., $2 8.400.15, or 10 1-3 cents on the $100.
The above is the coolest bit of
ranee, we were aboot to say impudence,
the world hss over seen, ft is viva
s m a
cious, pungent, oleaginous, almost ap
proach iug to grassroots. have
ly over seen any thing so completely
merging all tbe elements of tba sublime
. Cm ..a . m J . i v-T ....
most delicious delicacies, which not only
indicate a prosperous, enterprising and
generous people, but it more particularly,
and unmistakably shows, as a sign board
on tbe highway to connubial felicity, the
grand and praiseworthy accomplishment
of our fair and blooming maidens in the
culinary art. After the table was well
supplied with the luxuries of our happy
borne?, tbe school marched to the labl
snd they, together with the entire audi
ence, spent aboot one half and hour very
profitably ; and tbey all readily adopted
the language of one of old, "it is well for
us to be here.
Exei cisea were resumed about 2 o'clock
a . mm,
wa were greeted by tba exquisite music
from our worthy young meu, composing
the " Wetter Rowan String Band.
i ne prorramme tor tbe evening
a a a ra . a
opoeenes ana compositions, which were
not only jovial, but really instructive aad
impressive. At 4 o'clock the audience
was dismissed to reassemble at early
candle-lighting. Tba Caw short boors of
intermission wore very pleasantly, and
doubtless very profitably spent by the
young men especially. I imagine there
ware not a few "soft words' passed be
tween lovers m their evening walk.
Tbe luminary of tbe day rapidly buried
genial rave beyond tye Western
A BEAUTIFUL METALIC GRAYS COflBIU
Is no offered to every ooe i uteres ted iu beautifying, aud protecting the giu,
their deceased relatives.
Tbey are made a four sia, with a variety of styles, raugin in pricr Irew te -
ml- . . km . l . -. - ft : m c la . rl
to $$0, according to s'tas sad style. Can be painted any color .deajr,
galvanised to suit tbe taste or purchasers. A gaivaniseo piaie, conisio
inscription parties desire, is furnished with each mound free of charge
THIS HANDSOME DECORATION
is offered at sacb prices ss lo place it within reach of ail. We luvtte the citliL
and public generally to call aad examine for themselves.
Specimen can be seem at J. A. Ramsay's office. - . y
O. PLYLER, Agent
- 1 SaiUsburm. N. C.Aua. 6. Ih7i tf
J. j. Starnes.
Petil io fur Divorcw.
In this ease it appearing thai J. J. Starves,
the hushaud of petitioner Mary gtaroos is a
uno-resideot of tbe Slate of North Carolina.
It is therefore ordrrd that publieatioo be
made in tbe "Carolina Watchman" a aewa
paper published in Salisbury. North Carolina,
fur sis suorvneive weeks, notifytag the said
J.J. Staroes Defendant to sppear st tbe next
Sutterior Coon to K held lor the C uoty of
AieaanaW at the Curt Ilunse in Tayh.rs-
I used seven kind of guano in the fouowina ville. on the 3rd Monday id Mrrh neat, and
manner, weicht 20 lbs. of each kind, put it in uwrer the comolsiat f lbs olaiotiff arithin
A . S a a S Lt. I- . m. m
s.nr row, me row oeing iw rams long, wis tn grBl lDIee dSTS of sard Term thereof, or
a -. il . m t . . i f la . 1
to ids. rnano per sere, on ukeindgeiout for the relief deinan-
cuiuuiun yinjt grmj iinu, inn gnuicmi iiimi
tbe respective pickings as follows:
1st picking. 2d 8d 4th Total.
32 171 IS 15-77
17 12 1375
17 13 1273
17 13 19171
17 12) 14) 73
15 14 1 6
16 13 12J60
mUm mw XyXXSBTB Is
Sea row I,
Whann's Raw bone,
Rradlev's8. P. of L
deil in lhe complaint.
Wituees W. A. P.l Clerk ol said CVort
st office iu TaylorsviMe on this the 90tb day
of Jan. Ac D. 1875.
W. A. POOL.
C. S c
It. Z. LIXXEY.
Am for Piff
Keb. 4 1873 Ow. pd.
Feb. 25, 1875. lmo.
F. J. HOLLOVYAY.
Kerosene and Soline Oil
At Reduced Prices at ENHI8S'
Next lo Merouey dc 13 to.
A Xo. 1 Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, in
first-rate running order, with tahle and all
necewsnry fixtures for sale for $25. Aply at
March 4, 1874. tf.
IV t. r M. Trexler, administrator
of Levi Lawrence, Plaintiff.
H. C. Owen- and wife Elisabeth, ! Summons.
" ui. vi. it nuion ana wuc .'Vinsnas,
James Lawrence, Johnson Law
rence, and Juliu Lawrence. Je
t mUa hU.
Special proceeding to make real eatate
8ATTE OF N OUT 11 CAROLINA
TO TIIE SHERIFF OF ROW AX COUNTY:
Yon are hereby Commanded lo Summon IT.
C. Owens and wife, Elisabeth. ! W. O. Wat
sonde wife Amanda, Jamea Lawrence and Ja
ils Lawrence the Defendants, above named.
if they be found within your County, lo appesr
one above the grade of an idiot or a lunatic,
and hence it follows that the weak and broken
invmlid who choose to dose hiinaelf with Ar-
pletingslopCinstead of toning, invigorating SSl?,?.!1 fit? lrw4r.fco,
a . . . , , . " of Rowan, within twenty lays, after the
and vitalising his enervated frame with Hoe- wrvice of this Summons on I he exclusive of the
tetter a iMomacli Bitters, must be eitlier feeble day of such service, ami answer the complaint
. I S 1 i a . mm " '
minded of deranged, borelv nothine short of roP w,,,c sservea wun tiiu Summons
imbecility of insanity could induce s person And Jel t",em 1ot,c. J4 if, UT f to
laboring under bo-iny weakness and nervous I Plaaintifl will apply to the Court for tbe relief
prostration, to take day sfter day powerful demanded in the Complaint.
doses of some drastic purgative in the hope of . Herein bill not, and of this Summons make
.i i a 1.1 i. -i i. due return.
..Mini. Hr.il v i LimnriiT. iiiirii rn.ri.uiii. i
0 I .iirMi nnnmw m li.iul mnA. 1 1 r -Jl
m7 auTervi- rcFUwui oi una cnaracier as Court, this 25th day of Febroarv. 187.
mnicfL noon it. in Liie iuu nnMcwinn oi inc r i i. j mm uiuiii
v i 1 r i t J . . vjr . r. .
reason can not, one wonld think, accept them Terk of the Soperior Court of Rowan Co.
as such. If they do the penalty of their cred- C Vff AIGE
... ... ... .. i - ......
tuny may oe tne snortening oi uvea, me March 4 1875.
rbeamauc, the dyspepUc, the bilious, the de
bilitated and nervona, and all who are subject
to intermittents or other diseases brought on
1 . . . m . ' -. l r ,i .
dv ioe inclement wnnoer wnicn prevails at
this season, will do Well to strengthen their
nerves, tone their stomachs and regulate their
bowels with the Bitters, lhe two-fold opera
tion of the restorative as an inviaorant and an
aperient, in addition to its direct and specific
imm .a a a as -
enect upon the oisorcierea liver, renders it a
most efficient remedy for complaints of the !
digestive, secretive, and excretive organs, at
present in use. This fact ts conceded by emi
nent members of the facultv whose testiraoov
to that enect is published in Hostetter s Ala-
nac for 1874.
Tie North Carolina
WHITE LOCK' 8 VEGETATOR.
SUPERIOR TO ANY FERTILIZER MADE
In The UNITED STATES.
nT Forale bv J. McDAl iiHLlN. ASon,
Charlotte, N. C.
WEIL A BKO. GoMshoro, Ji. C.
II. M, in)UKTON, Jt Co. Uorroe X. C.
MURRAY. Co., Wilmington. N. C.
WILLIAMSON, LPCHL'KCH, THOMAS,
W. L. Mi-OHER. Fraiiklinton. N. C
TE.MBKKfAKK 4 E ARE, PaciSe, !f. C.
BUANCH 'A CO. Wilson, N. C-
W. A. ANGEIR, DURHAM. K. C.
March, 4, Smos
OCer the best arlmkm of Jewsirv M ft
oood in Western North Carolina. Ceaadf
LADI" GENTS GOLD WATCHES
Gold Opera mm4 Teat Cbaiaa,
rzva gold r la ted Javabr.
SILVER H ARE, GOLD PKXS.dx.
They a agent tw lhe eelrloled '
Spectacle i snd Eye Olasset. 1
ed 6aw UinzU Crystal l'EJU4EM.
Watch, I lurk" atJ Jrwelry repaired atd
warranted 12 mini 1 1 u, charges as low a coaaV
tan l with p-ml vork.
Store on Main street. 2 doors above Nstiaaal
m. 1 - I
v y- . a
We are dolnr an exlenkive beaineM is CLOTH-
ING aad CUSTOM TUI.OHIHG. throagh Local
Areata, who are saniihcd with samp's ahowiac
oar 11- a.ly made aod Custom Piece Goods Stock.
Tbe ptsn Working well for teaaamera. AfeaU.
and ourselrea. We desire o extend oar boatneaa
la thia line, and for that parpoae will correspond
with bona fide applicants for fences, bend roal
name and reference a to character.
DEVLIN dt CO
P. O Box 2256 New York. City.
CRAIGE 4 CBA1GE
A TTO 11 I . Y S 1 LAW
Solicitors in 13ankrnplr9.
SrUlittenttoa paid ta
g in ii.ikruptc.iv.
NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.
Mur nt Pleasant. Cabarrus Co.. IC. C.
The second Bee montiis term ol this Institu
tion wi(l bAn Jan. 4th 1875.
flExpeoses for Board, Toflion, Roost Rent,
NVaahing, Fsel and Lixhts. from $70 to $'JQ.
ir or Catnlojtue af.pl v to
L. A. BIKLE, President.
All persoas indebted to the late rinn of G.
M. Buts at Co.. are notified thst if they do
not call and; settle np their aeeoarts in thirty
days their papers will be plaoed iu the hands
of sa officer tor eolleetioa.
Geo. M. Buis,
Superior Court : Davie County.
IK-nrv B.Ovnea. J.T. Wil'.iamaon i
& wife Jennie, s. L Linebvrner
A wife Julia, Edward L. Owe,
an infant wno rues by his neat
friend J. T. Williamson, and Wil
liam 8. Owes an infant who
br hit next friend J. T. Will
INSURES DWELLINGS. STORES, MER- griah Phelpa, and Hrrrey Soarh-.
PIl iVIilcc vr . . .'
' rj admr. or the Nrtate of Hira
I TJ. 1 J J r. 1 .
ill Plassas nf TnawwaVln TUa,. WM
mi bitem ui luaiuauic rruuen!, state of nouth
OF RALEIGH, N. C.
60 cts Per QUART.
Wins for Church purposes at 60 cts per Against Loss or Dfl hy Tlmt m tks 70 THE 8QER1 FF OF DAVIE COUNTY :
inartat EN N 188 Drug Store
sext (6 Meroney A Bro.
30 cts WILL BUY
A Esllon of tbs Best Kerosene Oil at
ENNISS' DRUG STORE.
Next to Meroney A Bro'a.
Mast Favorable Terms,
Its Stockholders are gentlemen interested
in building ap North Carolina Insti
tutions, and among them are
manr of the prominent bus
iness and financial men
of the Stale.
Yon are Hereby commanded in the name of
the State to Summon Uriah Phelps, and Her-
v vi r u : 1 1 : j . r
j i uimp nu n. iv. onarpv.
U 4.R1) WARE.
When no want Hardware at Isa?
fignres, call on the undersigned st No t
D. A. ATWELL.
Stlisbory ,N. C.,Mst 13-tl.
t M 9
JOHN W MAtJNEY,
8AUSBI Y N.
Special AtU-ntion riewu S
Office in Court Hrntse.
March 5. 174 - If.
Biacfcmer aid HoierM,
Attoney s , O cmeldi
Jaaoacf 22 14 u.
I J. C. HOOPER & Co's,
m M HOUSE
SALISBURY, K- (X,
1 1 are joat reeeired a fine let i
Kalire branda of
KI M. Ac,
Berrg Foster's Badeu's,
(. P. Thomas tt Co celebrated (Q )
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded day or
night by experienced, and skillful Druggist, AU Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid
wun neatness ana aespaicu. i o jainiiwn oi
the Gospel I will sell il considerably below my
JNO. H. ENNISS, Druggist.
Next to Meroney A Bro.
A Fresh Supply of Brigs' s
Garden Seed received this day at
ENNISS' Drug 8 tore.
Next to Meroney A Bro.
The Sale of the property belonging to Jehu
Foster, bankrupt, wss on last Saturday again
oostDoned. The sale of the oroDertr hereto
fore advertised will certainly take place next
Saturday, 13th of February, 18 5.
' Thoe. E. BROWN,
8. H7 WILEY,
Fcby. 11 1875, at 12 M.
Il appeals with confidence to the In
sarers of Property in North Carolina .
V- M. Pbillioa and W
r. of the Estate of Hiram Phelna. deed.
j i . .
at tbe next term of the Superior Court of the . Whiskey, aad North Carolios Css
county oi uayie at the Court Hooae in Moeka- Whiakev
yille, on the 2nd Monday after the 3rd Monday I , . rim.
in March, then sad there to answer the com. ! Pur Jmair nm Hol
plaint of Henry B. Ownea, J.T. Williamson French Brandy, Ac Ac., . Appk
Oi wue Jennie, a. L. LrfneOerner A wife Julia. Peach Brandr. J C Sewer
WtlliamS. Owens. Edward L.Owet PlainiifT. i ... ... .
inthiaaoit. An.M ft,-t..'" oraugnu n DOUieo Ale,
EncoBraie Hue Institutions.
R. H. BATTLE, Jr., Prest.
C. B. HOOT, Vice PresHeat.
8 EATON GALES, 8eery.
P. COWPER, 8aperrisor.
Agent at Salisbury.
March , 4th 5 m os .
ItW tot9nP" ITthoma. Term, Cre
Address O. Snaroa A Co..
notify the ssid defendants that if they fail to- mam W4 O"1
answer thscomolainl within the ticna Bian. Brand v. from thw
J 'w, tne aatu piamuoa will apply to
Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint and Tor all coata and charges in this
Witnees H. B. Howard Clerk of onr aaid
Court at office in Mocksville, this the 16th day
oi reoruary. a. JJ. 1B0.
Seal 1 H. B. HOWARD.
Clerk nf Superior Coart Daeia Coanty,
In the above caae, it' appearing to tbe sal i fac
tion of the court, that Uriah Phelpa one of the
Defendants in thia ease is s n on -resident of this
State and that h is place of i raid sam la nsbioaa,
it is ordered that service of Snmmon he made
by publication in the "Carol ina Watghmart," a
cwapapiahfd in Salisbury, f. fc, aVs&z
fl It RnwiDn r b f
Jsa. 19, 18f5,-l7 Fob. 25, 18T5-w. Printer, fee $10,50
C. W. Garrett fc Co.. N. C
and Canned meau, Oysters, aad
W.T. Black well fc Cos
(W. T. B.) Chewing Tobacco
Original Dor ham Smoking
Cigars -and a sapply el the Salts
cbantn pipes, and the Jet or Ti-li
Cheap Chattel Mortgage
and r Iher rarioat blaaks lor
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