L O QAL
APRIL 13, 1S76.
' riiarlotte papers announce tbe death
H. L. VTrtoton. ' 1 .
U'. notice rfH-b""-r" olnn
j !-"tt. ..i. in '
.-9-0BwA3 'S 1 a u upea .in i ien oui.i A tits Is a matter for teachers i - . 8r"UHJ -a iiwensiwe
,n ' . - iL.i . .-,. wacntM, 1 condition and remained ao'nntil death relieved
-lace only :iV .wee - ssj u wm-wsriewe UM(MOJ -J him of his suffering which vu at 8 o'clock.
, ' . -'H r;. sHp- Thursday evenings .pir.. .
. jL. his not vet, been . restored., al the t The covered bridge kverthoK pp.iip --v " : ir " ' ' -1 :rr:
.enter.,: ";:"r"7'su,;,':M,nill,B 11090 "lw ' Hffl)W8-Htt.WlFI.-A :mm
, n . 1 - - . Still - M fi, ci w -1B Hun! u uie coui' nsmi nl Mo pa a .1...
jir.Uenry ( , j i CaJrgrounds; they are standing full of malerl
Vei fenCft aryuuu,Aiic jaw, uuva arouuci mow
- n..;a mnrhlfl vpd fellow
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Vr. Morian bna. u necessary ,o oe aosenu -
, , u;ij " Hrv v" jmu
1 1 n:,1 Tiiimbn!cyerv was di
ii.ai iiiiiuo at " - j .
in,' i.. . i:r. tl-.-w-ij 'JJ:s t J gutters tbe horse swaooinff be saw there.;
.a, mi i 7 u wi h u k k n rin h v niirri r
if. . - f ? and
n :ir,a a town clock which cost' theni pVe
The belLattached weighs l.WJU pounds
jsn the Sun.
Tt p time nominations are beingmade for the
. HfUU'li. ivr. -. "J ,
WatefieM Trice, little son of Mr ..Torn
1).: .til! froci , a meat block" and broke bia 1
ope day last week.
I B. Craven, I). D. L. L. D.,
I !.. il.rt ! II iilhnriiar I !I)Mlfll
tQiiflj o' F . :
rrranthamfha9 removed his office
fiiher etiet to the National Hotel. He
Calls hereafter will be left at the Na
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A. D. Cowles and B. t). Sinclair are to start
i Radical daily-in Charlotte. They are quite
Tnnnof.frsnch an undertaking.1 but let! them
lire an learn. '
W. N. C. R. Khas changed their sched
is to make connection whh the N. C.
:Tlwwagteat deal m6re conyeuient
The Base Ball plub at Gold Hill has
fkllend our club, aud the bo'8 are
coin down on Monday next to?play them.
ind wil! doubtless be beaten.
Wharton says to, the public, that person
ihin good pictures
will do well to call n
fifiei lha he can turn off a
le wwtistied mat he can turn on as
fooaj.rk as any one in this section. Try
Baptisisg. Five infants were baptised
it the lt Presbyterian Church id this place
o.,.. iL '..el. J ti .... .i m. Sr.:
icrestiBg i"cideUt of the services of -the
j A conjile ran jff and came to town last Tiles-
dayand were united in the bonds of ' ped-lock.
They were seen driving out in an old 6ty4!e ve
liicie, and he hadf his ; loving arms thrown
We learrt (rdm j the Wilmington Star tha
flat eity has highway women. Four negro
I women attacked and robbed an old negro man
w Lit pocket book, which contained $5,40 in
money, a note for thirty acres of land at ipo.OO
o acre, i : j ' -
L Mr. M. F. IdiliDgs' house was broken into
on last Wednesday, in broad daylight, and
toperty consisting of gold, silver and
thjng."(o the ainouDt of one hundred dol-
lara. stolen. The ladies of the bouse were
oattlgitiDcr at the time. Mr.-1., lives about
miles from Salisbury.
We heard the other day of- a' scene
iiich i occurred iu or near the city. It
itraoge intermingling of calica and
stmere in strata. This would no donbt
wuiMier certain circumstances, a verv
loterestinjr and rent Pleasant ecene. esne
Kady if a fellow happenk to have on the
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eassimere. "- 1 :-' - - r
t a recent eessiou of the Quarterly
Terence of ihr. Met mdist (Jhurcb in
Paiiebory the followinff eeritlemen were
p .. . - -
jay delegates to the next District
inferences by Capt. W. H. Crawford
pities, John D.Gaskill, & Capt. R
awfbrd lAlternates, J. Fl Mauriey
m J- P Gowan. Tle Conference wil
H in Mocksvi le next August. ; ,
. young ladv had persuaded him to prom
J4with her and was making his young
y to and from - his round face in
?aiPk Succssipri as she spoke ip; soft and
Photic teimk of lior 1U tpur nrivilesres,
Tthe l:' ' j -- g 0 ,
m t last bis timidity gave way and he
i-ua: "Ivifehma was here!'' We feci
ftftat wajtour.-8elf this week while
? Senior is aWay not" because j we have
f attacked by any girl, O no, not we. .
reltgibug- colored folks in
f raising funds to defray" the ex-
of raisin o- tliA frame of a. new
' A gdly number assembled at
. "Ppointed time, and concluded they
'inot IALUiu i .k K -- iiil
fUmnlant np'inrdinitv theV Ot the
""Td artirlf.1 nl in a bnrt time thv
I! l . T f-.s-
tabe raised. L ,
! ; A geutleman ; askij; : why lAunoi thl jFolal IldW The Uncord wy-We
teachers iaItbls Statfi hold acovention are lo- "ll0"5 th.e dflh kof ,3".
s i i . ' i ' irXf"""" som Winecoff. On.; Tuesday last be was in the
. purpose oi adopting a series of wood with his team, hauling saw-logy when
school "books for the State alnaThave tli55a il',e horse became Unmanagble andtnrning
niiLlidhcul in it. e.i. tV'"" ji
puuisued in tbe Slate? He: comolaios
iat those published north do not suit ffie
wants of the people, they have a Wear
Jit - At 111 nrtiHAn m.- !. I .
-. ..ry.UH, un,,, iufc migut jag
house. Both need pamt badly, can't something,
L! bedoae., . ; r, -
Anoiner thing the iiailljoad ought to hve1
and done Irmnpdlaf! ln nt V.f
nn jr:A-V Lj. J
M uciwctn iuc uepoi ana mej "
, which is already beginning to turn ereen. dlol ,n
.! Mf . j bU
i nere were three; editors at Albeme'1
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-. a - - . .
thinks It beat tb iMecl
learn frpjn: the Sun I that the Statevt
varter ir ice inuraeroi u. y. juij i
r ivowiu.jr couuivj v;oarr last weeK tne m- ldid nntdi- Iia imt .nf. in ;,i,
f 1 5"fn of the.jCoDeord lMter and. job an gc&plUM W ih3H&ffy4
.nlvpd auu Ul ine aaesuoro iitfraw- Tbe , i . i . ..J -.,.!. ..........
came up on i aesday, and on affidavit ra u
retnovtd ttf Montffotnerv for trial n the
- ' v, .ii -nsi
Fall.1 If "f ; " i Li
" 1-r. ,lf,:T'jr T.VjUiti T-'f '
:oV , irnnvrveu ltr uu.ou
coouty, and will be tried next week.
- Craves, of Trinity
jnniss. ot tne Aorth Carolina Almanac, in-
luruia nim inarms Almanac is the only cor-
iheOth. Mr. Craven went into a ' nHtl-nt
and apparently exhaustive research on the
gul.it. rWi sppm t-U5h v.. -I
says the prayer books are all wrune.
' til ; i I
cult iirb mis is vo suinit' iniuas uis- t
tressjug, bat to those; who colored eggs by
the North Carolina Almanac can't be hurt
muco ii tuey go oy umme's AimaLac on the
16th, and color a few! more.
A Good Tax Collector. His meth-
od, though not exactly new, acts like a
charm in most caseainf hronictardinessJ
He visits slow gentlemen a little before
dinner, and wears, away the time in pleas
ant chat about the weather, crops, horse
trade?, pigs and. poultry, but "never drops
aJiint about taxes. ! Atways manages to
something and nsnally 'guesses the right
subject; his taxes, and down , comes the
dual, when ttie sociab e gentleman dis-
; f ; . ..j .-1-.i,-.
coutiunes Ins ywita and ij seeu na more
until the next year,'
SQUIRE HATJGrHTON'S COURT. '
We dropped into Squire Haughton's
office yesterday morning, and was surprised
to find the room crowded with-officers, law
yers, women (vrhite nd black) and specta
tors not a few A ; short stay sufficed to
ascertain that the matter was a disgraceful
row, between disgraced and abandoned wo
men living in the margin of the Eastern
Ward, whose names! are! unworthy of men-
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tiotr. The trial brought out tne name oi a.
young man of the town who ought to blush.
but he too shall be nameless here Two or
three of the women alluded to were young
and even pretty. Bat, alas, how dark the
prospect which opens up to them ! No won
der they drink? whiskey, quarrel and fight
and polute the; air with obscener oaths and
hurl at each other the vilest epithets. De
graded hnman nature is themost disgusting
hing on earth beeause the most perverted.
There are about fifty, little negro boys
that lay around, town and play marbles on
the streets and in the vacant lots on the
main streets, from morning till night. They
do nothing foi a! living, and have nothing
to live on except wltat they ateab j Ay gen
tleman complaiiif tous that s. rvejCoitlAnot
keep the little negroes out of his stable
where his chickens were laying, they hajve
broken up every : nest that has been made
this springTand its pot the only case of com
plaint thfr&as been made, neanyaii oi pur
business men complain of tbim aa ! nui
sance. Something niust be donoyr haqi-
workimr nconie ousbt not to be imposed
on by these little snotty nosed devils jvttioj
are always prowling around, stealing a
inrr and blockimr their doorways. Let the
town authorities take the matter into conr
sideration. The vagrant act, if. such there
be, ought to be enforced; if there is none.
make one and enforce it
Oak Grove baaibcen thoroughly clean-
ed up since-the tree topping, and look?
much neater and j more attractive now
than we even saw it. . When the noble
old oaks shall throw out new branches
and leaves it, will be still more improv
ed. vK!!!1''-- ' u-
While strolling; through: the grounds
thkt old tomb stone of one CapM Little,
:"' ill ; . , i ' i ;
leaning against a tree, attracted iattention
and we givs below tbe inscription upon
it. It is soap-etorie anjd the abrasions of
time lias nearly eace the lettering.
1 HERE LYS THE BODY
OF CAPt !dANl LITTLE
LATE Or SALISBURY
WHO DIED PECEMBr n
- THE IOtji 1775, AGED
44 YEUS. j :, , ;
So far as we know the history of
man and hi family isj lost.: If any
can throw, any. light on the subject
sluill be pleased ti publish it.
get an .invitation Io r dinner and. alwayB P' iue peopij to ass i u tiouse
. i tt i. i 't .1 f t .i L send a committee into my District th
accepts; and generall aboutlbe third day . ,-,. ,,, ' ,
v '- .., f year to investigate the illegal, oppressiv
"his" friend' begina-to inspect he ia-Tftfter and corrupt coudnct of Revenue official
wiuuemy, overturned me-wagon. -me- saqaie
hnn iti nn. tt .r. '
nd both fell , with thier backs together, and
UI....I ... r j i -
iinri Mai injuries w .jar. t inecou.-f ne-
in Hiekorjehot his wif yesterday' "raort
nin and she is hot expected toriive
MeUwirei has been married abbut two
VMM anil laa luun fn;... L.JI..
;tL. I.:..d..:f Kl.rr j . .
"' i aua wieu ;iur eei ,wan an i
against him for beating her Sunday even-
hot the magistrate : refused 4to lsne
i'XT ''.t -j. JJ '" IVi " t":
,, cwvon. exuretseriiiie none intit
the shot WiM VrV. V.V.i' --JiASf Vi:..
THE CAROLINA'-' tJENTpAL
er. u ngiu tx, oieuman, as attor
3 ,or nrsi niorrgage oonanolfler
Ui ,ue -H'" venirai xvauway mpany,
i. 1: r . 1 i :i n v
have filed a petition in the Superior Caurt
Ui county lor foreclosure oi tne mort
gage by fwhich the bonds are
TL &fc Uje 8ame timei applied JtoJud2e
McCoy for Receivers, and we.. learn that
an order! has been made appointing Dr.
Jaaan mM,' r.i.:--s.- I. j a. '
Leather National Bank, of New York. tl.
Keceivers. A bond of fifty thousand
was promptly eiven. and the road has
been tu,fd over to the Receiver appoiu-
ted - We learn that all just indebtedness
lU.e employees ot the road wil be paid
hv Iho- loiuiiviira I hn r... !.!...
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of Rprvr- i,n ' ililr .l,o
proceedings have been instituted from no
distrust of the officials, or- lack-bf conli
dence in their management. Wil. Star.
LcUerfrom ITdn. W. 31. Bobbins
Uommutee to be Appointed, and Inor-
VTT7 vamea aooul Avenue Irregu-
From tie Winston Sentinel.
TforSE ns' il.ifPBS'aiT.WxA'T'Tvpo
Washington; D" C, March 25, 180G.
Editor Sentinel: You remember
that in speeches at the Fall Courts,
That promise I have not forgotten; and
1 tu,ok lbe House will give me the com
muiee. aieesrs. Aene ana vance. and
-r8l anu vance, an,
others of our delegation here, whose con
elitUt?ntgare interested in this matter
ready to co operate in securing success to
Mv obieet in writin? thiit is to invite
aU persons in my District, as well as the
Otu and bin JJislrtcts, who know of anv
iHegal, oppressive, or corrupt conduct on
the jpaitof any Revenue official, or any
Judicial officer in aid of snch, to forward
to me without delay the names and places
of residence of responsible witnesses who
can testify to the facts, and also! as full a'
statement as possible of what each wit
ness will prove. I do not wish the com
mittee to have to go groping after infor
mation, but. I want to be" able to tell
them where to look and whom to call.
This is-of the utmost importance to the
efficacy of the iuquiry.
Let everybody take notice of this re
quest and act upon it at once.
. Fellow-citizens, it is full time that the
oppressions, intimidations, and fraudulent
and outrageous , practices of the big and
littleVtyrante who have lorded it over the
honesVp-eople for years should be exposed
and punished. . . Xt .!.,'"
Will the newspapers of Western North
Carolina especially, ahd all others friendly
to the inquiry, pleaso publish this and
call the attention of the people to the
object ? ' i '
Wk. M. RoBhius.
WHAT THE DEMOCRATS MAY
It is announced that Mr. William H.
Wiekham, Mayor of this city, has taken
sumptuous apartmeuts at a hotel in St
Louis for his use during he Democratic
National Convention.! . His vfea is to ob
tain for himself the nomination for Vice-
President of the United States. I His chief
iiope is said to i est in the rebel element,
it - mnded, eepejp'ially, on the circum.tances
that he employs, as his private! secretary.
Col. Burton 0. Harrison, who was private
secretary to Jefferson Davis m the days
of the Southern Confederacy j
This may not be an ill-fonnded exper
tation on the part of Mr. Wiekham. -fOn
that point we do not design to express
any opinion; for we do not know what
influence and confiderations may be con
trolling in the Democratic National Con
vention. If h. Western man be nomina
ted for President, Mr. Wiekham may, for
aught we know, get the nomination for
Vice-President; arid it may be! conceded
to him on the very ground on which his
expectations are said to rest his accep
tability jo the component sectibn of the
party constituted by the rebel element.-
Politics are in too unsettled a state tor us
to prognosticate,, wit ji jcoufidepce, any
thing diffreni frpmfl iiis. I. !j U
1 But there ja one t$ing we do undertake
to say , and that is that " any nomination
mady on such a ground will be, deteatea
in the election Wid believe we underr
stand the sentiments of tbe great majority
of the people on ; this subject. -They are
for forgiveness and tor peace ; J out iney
are unalterably opposed to the restoration
of the rebel element to potentiality in na
tional affairs. In Ihiat we feel certain
that we are-not 'misuken. We believe
that one of the fatal obstacles encountered
in the nomination of Horace Creeley was
the widespread ditrnat perviding the
community which had grown oat of his
. . .
Course during rhn?war
8ympajhjed wklibj i rebeon,! tfr&iX
was a sincere believer in the right of se-
eetsion. So outspoken was be on this
subject, at inne iimeYthat it was only by
a terrible threat, uttered against him by
the late Henry Vilioo;- aV a meeting
vlii.l. If- 1 i t.jtiJ r
leading men. at JWashinstonr. that Mr.
the,a4yeeJV3pjDr peaqe at laar. price. J I tj
We are wtJH aware, of tle applanse
which greftedvnhe 1speecnuof General
Jiartiett miMafsachnsetts, last year and
b has-J-eofilTed d ibe.echoother
similar enunciations or peaceful and har
umiiiuus uocinnesf ne oeiieve we es
liraate-all thid at its true' "signification.
The better: class Vf il(ts former rebels may
go to Jioston, and never was warmer web.
come given mem ithey; wilt receive. Her
greenhouses will yield un to them the
iaiieal oMlowersand tor the mosfsumpt
uousr leasts Ucjyr wi;(;be ;cordially -n.
viteaj nut,; alter all Una can they get. the
vote of oue Massachusetts Republican for
ny high place iq the national govern
ThMtrCaeoesfidri Wastiftt idle talk!
It was. a terrible realitv. a.rnilitv nf Jifa
and. death, of . suffenai' ?. and tbJood., As
J?M4'lrWi Rnifnn earnes
hicii, bu:.u couuiry uas ,.oeen jn. , grim
earnest'eyer since, and conUnuea to be
now, iii its determination to preserve, the
dtar-bought fruits of its victory.
n was not owing to , any very great
confidence in the capacity of( Gen. Grant
ivr civu aainiiiistrniioii tuat no was elec
ted President '.but tp,fri uudoubliug faith
under him nothing would be let go which
had been gained by the war j and that, at
the time of Jh first efectinl ihe,ou
trolling aijd all-imporanj. QDsideaUou.
This tVflipgtiils coolribiitM'' tcnueli ' id
bear him into the same office .a second
lime and made 'sigiially disastrous the
defeat of Mr. Greeley!,' who was mistrust
ed nu this vital question.
Even now, loaded down,, weakened,
and crushed as Gen. Grant is by the re
cent disgraceful developments reflecting
on his admiitialration, and with all the:
strong feelings thatejxist agaiiist ajiUird
terip, H is: prnbable that i(,4jt' chotqe ;14y
only between Griut and a candidate fully
identified 4willt tho rebellion, Grant would
be elected. jV. X. Sun.
Message and reply: sent and received
at a Couuecticuttelegraph office; "I am
dying; come as soon ' as you can." "1
cannot come; when you die let tne know.
i ;1776 and 1B76.1 . M
"What changes fisVve taken place in that peri
od 1 In nopojiavethey. been more radical than
in the treatments? diseases. la the !den time
nature, prostrate with pain and suffering, was
attacked with the laiicet? calomel, blisters,
starvation and thirst.- All this was done with
honest intentions but with terrible results. It
is a pleasing fact that te. enlightened public of
the present day have discarded such uiediea
tion. The disorders that Rap the powers of life
are now expelled by remedial agents, that
brace up the vital jstrengtb, while running its
cause. Tbe, qualities are loundin an eminent
degree in Iib.Tctt's Vjsgktaijlk Liver Pills.
They have bocomq celebrated over a wide ex
tent of the globe -ar the 1 safert and gentlest
remedial agent crpr offered to offering 1m-
manit'..uiid iLis tiot the result of .uewsuaner
puffing, but by thd great merit of tho mjdiciue
itself.- . ! -t ;- i -ih
Ilepatine is unlike any other medicine for
the liver it is cheaper than Pill.
2:1 mo.! i At-Kluttz's.
HepatineJ Ilepntinef Ilepatine! Hepatine
lor ttie Laver, at Kluttz s. 2 2:1 mo.
The Hon. Alexander II. Stephens orders
Globe Flower Coiwzh Syrup to sustain his throat
and lungs in making his great Civil Rights
AaliondJ Ilotd, Washington, D. C.,
;j December 26, 1873.
Dr. J. S. Pembtrton : Dear Sir Please send
me 3 bottle of your Globe Flower Syrup by
r: -: f ALEX. H. STEPHENS.-.
. ; ' , Wiufcngtfy; D. Cn Jan! 8, 1874. '
Dr. J. S. Panberton: Dear Sir The Globe
Flower Syrup, diily received. Many thanks.
It has proved a most valuable remedy to me
f- Yours trulv,
j ALEX. II. STEPHENS.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup at Kluttz's.
22:1 mo. I. ,
Dragging 0 tit Existence:
The nervous, weakly: invalid does not 4 enjoy
life, but merely,"drags:ont existence," as the
phrase is, Unfitted for tho active pursuits ttf
life, and incapable of partaking of its vpleas
ures, to which health alone can giyo a zest;
disinclined td sbtjat- iritereounies, and a prey
to melancholy, the vaUtudinarian is iudeed
an object of pity. ! Yet there is nothing in all
this that cannot be remedied by that genial
alternative tonic and nervine". Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters, which supplies deficient
stamina, braces the nervous system, and over
comes , those bodily -irregularties, to which
nervous weakness is most frequently attribu
table. Diseases of the kidney and bladder;
imperfect indigestion and uterine troubles are
fertile sources pffdebility. Their eradication
however,1 becomes a matter of certainty when
Hostetter's, SUjuiach jBitters are Kyctcmatic
ally'used for that purpose. The Bitters like
wise annihilate arid prevent fever and ague and
other debiiating febrile comptaiuts of a mala
THE PmJ-VWANT PROOF: ;
There. is no.meiciner prescribelTb1 rhyI
cians, or sold by-UDruggists,. that icarrie stieh
evidence of its snacess and superior virtue as
BosciiEE's GEn.wrtf Smcp for severe Coughs,
Colds settled on the Brenst. Consumption, or
any disease rf thVThroa) and Longs. A pf oof
of that fact rt that any: person afflicted, can gel
a Sample Bottle for 1 Omenta and try its super
ior effect before buying the regular size at 75
cents. Jt has been lately introdncedi in rthts
countryi from Germany, and; it wonderful
cures are , astonishing everyone tjhat; uQ it.
Three doses wlll f relieve fany case, iTry It.
Sold byTheo. RlKlutlz, SalisburyN C. K-
SALISBURY MARKET, '
Corrected by McCunnixs, Bkall & Dean.")
a I j ' - April 13, 1876.
Cottox moderately brisk. Middlings, 11
; low do llj
j '. stains 710
Floub market stocked best fam, . $3.00
' super ' ' ' 2.75
Wn eat good demand at 1.00L15
Corx market well supplied
Meal moderate demand at
Sweet Potatoes readily at
dO' JJ , J j
UHrcKExs per pozen, .. ,. ,
Eoos . p!'' ;' '' ' ' '
Oxioxs hd demand ' v
Cabbage: full market-per lb.
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, VwnoLtsALfiCAsa pbioes,
KALEion, April, 10, 1876. ,r
"PT rTTt: r. ?:" r - rt f
COKN,85c. . ,f i :
CORN MEAL, 90c -i : '
J BACON, N. C, hog rpnad, U..
. " - M, haras 20.
CHIDES, green, 7 a 8... '
u- dry; 10 a 11' ' .:. ',
i FODDER; baled, new $1.25. 1
! HAY.'NJC. baled, good 1.00L4
fflSk THE. OLD 4XD -RELIABLE
if iXft'il :.-;-!., SALISBURY " -
; j lilain Street, .
tNext door to( the CODRT-UOUSE-' '
IIIE cheapest and best piace in Jfor'tb Car
, JL oliiia to bay first class Monuments, Tombs,
Head Stones Ac ,'xc. Xione but the best ma
terial used, Aud all yroxk douo in tbe best style
of thi art. A call will atirfy you of tbe truth
of the 'above: Orders, solicited' and promptly
ffllledi s Satisfaction gnarantecd or no'ebarge
J f ' JOHN II. BOIS, Propr.
Of any. size . desired, cnt . out of the best
Granite in the State, may be obtained on
short notice, Also window and door sills,
pedestals for monuments' &c. Address
E. E. Phillips, Salisbury.
More beautiful than ever is the new
just received at Bell & Bro's,
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
GOLD AND PLATED CHAINS,
BRACELETS, LADIES SETS,
GENTS BUTTONS, PINS,
18 K. ENGAGEMENT RINGS AC.
We have made in the handsomest
HAIR CHAINS, HAIR JEWELRY,
Diamond and: Wedding Kings
Special attention giving to the Repairing
and liming of tin Watches and Regulators.
All Watcnes repaired by us are warranted
Office 2 doors above National Hotel, see
sign of large Y atch and Pen.
Salisbury, Dec. 2, 187o tf.
TO AMOS HOWES,
W. A. C0IT,
Take notice that the following summons and
warrant of attachment have been issued against
John V. Mauney, Plaintiff,
Amos Howes, and
William A. Coit, , .Defendants.
State oi iVorth Carolina.
Jo the Sheriff of Rowan county Greeting:
You are hereby commanded in the name
of the State to summon Amos Howes &
W. A. Coit, Defendants, in the above ac
tion, to appear at the next Term of the Su
perior Coifrt of the County of Rowan, at the
Court-I louse, in Salisbury, on the 6th Mon
day after tho 3d Monday in March 3876, then
and there to answer the complaint of John
W. Matinevs Plaintiff in this suit. And vou
are fjuther commanded to notify tbe .said De
fendants that if thev fail to answer the com
plaint, within the time specified by law, the
said rlaintin will take jugdment against them
for the sttm of six thousand ;one hufidred and
twentyAwo dollars with interest on said sum
from June 1st 1874, and for all costs and charges
in this suit incurred. -
Wirim, J. M. JfoRAHjiCfori of our said
Court, at office, in Salisbury, this the 2oth day of
rebruary, A. U. Jo6.
J. M. IIORAH,
Qerk Superior Court of' Rowan County.
( WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT.)
, In iJic. Superior Court..
John W. Manner. ' Plaxnltff.
Amos Howes & W. A. Coit. Defendants.
State of North Carolina.
To the Sheriff of Rowan County Greeting:
It appearing by affidavit to the officer grant
ing this warrant, that, the plain tiff is entitled to
recover from the defendant the sum of fix
thousand one hundred. and twenty-two dollars
($G,1 22.00) and that the above named defendants
are non-residents of thisState, being residents of
the Stales of New York and Pennsylvania--
- You are forthwith commanded to attach and
Twfeiy'.keep all the property of said Atuos
Hoesand"y. A. Coit, in your County, or so
much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy
said demand, with costs and expenses, and you
will make due return thereof to trft said Court
at the term to be held on the 6th Monday
after the 3rd Mondav of March f876.
J. M.JIOBAII,' Clerk.
March 2, 1876. ($16.) n 2I:6t.
When ,ynu. want .Hardwaw at low
figures, call on the undersigned at No. 2
Silisbnrv ,N. C.,May 13 tf.
Oencl 25c.' to G. V. ROW ELL & CO., New
O York. for Pamphlet of JOO pers,containinff
Vint of .3,000 newspapers,' and ftirtitM show
ing cost of advertising. March 9, 76: ly
t- ' vjk a a iv
DI 0 a day at hoaae. lAgfnt .wanted, Oul
Olfl fit and terms free. CO.1 Au
gusta, Maine, r - t :i Marcli 9, 76: 1 yf. :
0 C An 0 0 fl rwr day at home. 1 Samples wdrth
0J IU frecnssox ACoi Portland,
Maine.; -, . v ,w ! s March 9.76: 1 yr.Si'
' - - - V -j :
p; CentraUy SitTjated , ;
tlxo Xxxtllo Squarei
Salisbury; no. ; v
rpHE HOUSE is in tbe centra of business,
i X and riTnearcst td the depot.
, , , , A e.. t . ..... . :
.'w uTulle as good as the best, s i(J .
5 Servants attentive and polite. - '
Board per day 4..', ...... $1 50
Single Meals.' :-J.;....;:r;'.U-. ' 50
"Special Contraetaj for a longer1 term. --r 1
Omnibus to and from all trains. 1 ' ' ' '.
' Best livery Stable near at hand;
-' i i , 1 ;.
IdTThe undersigoed tenders bis thanks to
many friends Who have called on him at the
Mansion, and assures them that no effort shall
be spared to make their future visits pleasant.
Brot Traveling iuwio wu always find
pleasant quarters and refreshing fare.
P WM. ROWZEE.
Feb. 3, 1876.17:tr' r
NAVASSA! GUANO 1
PRICES REDCCED. ! ' "; 1
Selling this year) cash, at $56 25
On time, lstTNoy.,' 62 50 Or,
, Payable in cotton, 450 lbs. i
. READ THE FOLLOWING f
MR. JJ ALLEN BROWN,
AgentJfAVASSA Gako, ' ,
" Salisbury, N. C.'
Dear Sir: I now send you the result of my
experiments with Gnanos, this year..
1 used eight kinds of Goano, selecting land
of as nearly uniform soil as possible, side by
side, putting 20 cents worth of each kind to
the row ; and by the side of all these Guanos,
I put into one row 190,lbs of good stable ma
nure, leaving one row without anything. The
rows were'lt! rods, (or 00 yards) by measure,
and 50 rows to rhe acre, in the midst of a 20
acre field. I struck my rows, sabsoiled each
row, putting the Guano in and planting, all on
tne same nay, being rue otu day ot; May.
Now for the result of the picRing, as given
Now, friend Brown, you see the result. The
Agentg of the other Guanos are all my friends.
I don't speak disparagingly of any of the above
Guanos, not at all. The sorriest may pay. but
the NA v AbSA most assuredly pavs the best
of all. Every acre whre I used all Navassa,
I make one bale to the acre weighing from 410
to 4ub lbs. ?
Permit me to say, in conclusion, that taking
the above as a basis, 1 ose-b,bTU lbs. seed cot
ton by not using all o? your most noble and
best ot all Gaanos, theNavassa.
E. A. PR0PST.
Jan. 22, 3 ms.
J. & H, H0RAH,
MAIN STREET, SALISBURY,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED. A
Wm m SPLEXDID STOCK OF
Most Beautiful Jewelry.
We have just received the largest and
handsomest stock of Jewelry ever exhibited
in Salisbury, and respectfully invite, public
inspection. It comprises, Gold and Silver
Watches, of all kinase Silver Pitchers, Cups,
Castors, Nipkin Rings, Forks, Knives, and
Spoons. 'The finest ind most beautiful sets
of Jewelry of aH kjnds, arEar-drops, Breast
Pins, JfiQger tfig9, bracelets, Seals, Lockets,
Also, a Jpt of plain
SOLID GOLD RINGS.
Also, agents 5 tje (Celebrated -
3F"Uie finest glasses m.ie,g3
Will sell as low as ajiy House jn the aoyth..
; CALL ITERE AXU 5ET TOUB -
WlTl'O 1SD CLOCK UEP1ICIC
done promptly asusual. All work warrantid
12 months. Uec. 16, 1875. 10:tf
largest & best assorted lot
ever Lrouglit to the Salisbary market.
to Country Merchants on liberal .terjms..
Game fxui fee ss, .
BUS & BARKER,
This suerior variety of seed is on sale at the
store s ot AlctAibbniB ieall & Aean, and J.
f ft CTl Tf0 or besttfbance in theworld
MUUli I Ulocoin moDfT Address TX.8.S'
SAFETY; POCKET C0.s NewarkrN. Jy,-
in yi fc nil
IND BEADING; PSYCHOIIAUCY, ;
Fascination Soul Charming.- ilw-r: '".
Mraisx, ainl Mabriage Guide, showing how
either sex may -fascinate and gain tbe love and H
affection pf any person they choose Instantlv,
403 pages, bv mail SO cts. Ilunt A Co., 139 S. '
7ihStPlila,Pa. . . . . 17s4w. i
FOR GUIDE BOOK. MAPS, RATES,
ROUTES &Gi free to any 'address. . ,
' Apply io v, r, juhsu.n, lien i rass. art. i.
3. K. KV Catcaoo, or to I. P. BAND) LPH. Trav
eliag Agt. 1. C. B. R T Indiasapolia, lad. 2&4w.
AGENTS WANTED ! Medals aud Diplomat
"'"fsr Pictorial BMbs
1800 lllnst rations. ? Add rem for new circulars'
A. J. HOLMAN& Co.j930 Arch Street, Phil a:" . '
- :- !.- I : 7 T 7
I'FAPlTCn AOE3ST8 br the best . sH"
If Hli I C UingStaUonery: Packages in
the world. It contains 15 sheet paper, 15 En
velopes, golden l'en, Fen-holder, Pencil, Patent
Y&H MfMnrc. and niece of Jewel rv. Sin
gle package, with pair of elegant' Gold Stona
Sleeve Buttons, post paid, 25cts, 5with assorted
jewelry for $1.00. This package has been , ex
amined by the publisher or Carolina Watchman
and foand as represented wortli the money.'
Watches given away to all Agenta. (Jirculars
free. , . . . -' -
BRIDE & CO 7C9 Broadway, N. Y7 .17:4 w.
' far the great
to the close of the first lOOyearsofour National .
I ndependence, including an account of the com
ing Grand Centennial Exhibition, 700 pages
fine engravings,' low price, quick sales, Extra '
terms. Send for Circular P. W. ZlEGLER &
Co., 518 Arch St., Thila., Pa. 25:4 w.
WATERS' PIANOS 2
and UPIUGUT, ARE THE BEST, MADE;
the Tonc,;Tonel), Workmanship, and 1 Durabil
WATERS' ORG ANS, CONCERTO,
NEW ORCHESTRAL, YESPER, CHAPEL,
VlALESTE, and CYMBELLA, cannot be ex- '
celled in tone or beantr. The CONCERTO
STOP is a fine IMITATION of the HUMAN
VOICE. Warranted for SIX YEARS.
Prices EXTREMELY LOW for cash during
this Month. Monthly Installments received.
'A Liberal i Discount io TeachetM, ilwisters,
Churches, Schools, Lodges, etc. AGENTS WAN
TED; 1 ;
Special inducements to the trade. Illustrated
Catalogue Sent. HORACE WATERS &
SONS. 481 Broadway, New York. Box, 3567,
4 i i -r-
FULLER, VARREIi ti CO.,
Ct TOVE CS The largest assortment
U FURNACEU The Market. .
our new !wood and coal cookjnc
AND TUB FAMOUS
MEET T1IE WANTS of EVERY DEALER,
Correspoadence invited. Price List and Cut7
upon apj4ication to FULLER, WARREN A
CO., 2:W Water Street, New York. 21:4w ..
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES .
; A THIRD AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggist generally, ahd -... ' .
FULLER A FULLER. Chicago, 111. ,
THIS PAPER IS ON FILE wmi
Wlwr Advertiiac ContracU cab b
IALL AND WINTER STOC
tBLis. Mtdas&es. -t
10 dij Syrup. '
25 f Bags Coffee.
25 ; Kegs Soda.
40 Boxes Cheese.'
'25 " i Adainaptiue CrjidUs.
; Caea Oysters.'
i Krandy Peachea
. j Fteh Peaches
19 Pie Apples
30 Gniss Snu
25 ' Coils CoUon god Jnte Bona
40 ; Due. Painted Pail.
ill ; Hxftca FLaelra
1,501) lbs 'ao4y3
40.000 Ciirara ij .
50 ; Kejgsl Powder
100 lieaias Wrapping Papw
JO ; Doz.j Scotch Ale
40 Uoz.! Ginger Ale
H : :' - also
A (illjwb 0 WKd and Willow Ware,
Boots, Shw., Jlats, Saddles .& Bridle. Axat.
GAms Pistols, - : j -r,
! Atlf H birge lot Canned Goods', a
choice selection x4 French Candies, Salt,
Pepper, Spice.-Ginger. Koyd Baking Pqw- .
ders. Raisens, Currautg, Figi.Ciuons.'Nats
LSartines. Cocoauuts. Pukels, Sauces, Cat-
anp. Ptt- Meat. I lverosene. Tanners and
Machine Oils. Liquors of all kind. Hominy.,
Grits. jNew; York buckwheat Flooj", dect, '
&c. Sue. ', .', 1 .- ;'
TheuMboveStuxrk was Jopgbt at the tlpfta
f tb beas'iu t greatly reduced prices. ad
is offered at WftlesaI Retail ,at vrr.
th.9rt rifits. j '
1SI AG II AM LO.
S4lisbttry, N. C , Dee. 16,157.5.