" L O G A L .
?Ljiw1 : ii n hr 'Ifortea'se.
A'!f ' ,.u! are requested . to settle
t" , ... , time expires.,. Ko other
M ' jONfcVGASKILL&CO
,'ns Indebted to ns by imte or ac
re ii tms
V Will IH
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!fi maKe prompt feme-
late- ami rt of Jany
.it give lunger indulgence.
j and barter, and to those
T . : ' 1 - J...
i;ta)laypmeJSiveu nun prompt
i rW.ulieiUHl expirnuou t :uv ni
7(1 i:CJ da VS
pjjj,,,, wm.se papers are marked wrtlij
-U'iti "iwiicilj. will understand from)
for ,the pa per, aud
Hill I j
. Ly are due fi
election Itet ween Til Jen ;jind
....... I '. .
ir!(Hnlial'-Wt;ioii;tlRiU like our friend
: i'iuk.iilnri:il election of Rowan
J.r III tni.f. i
Cr.ijwf.'rd, son of Cnpl.-. W.j II
-jf playin i with a pistol and jjcti
'" A . i i Wwell in the hand, one c'ay jla-l
j" lnse bo next ? h seems a if ev f
I' learn the danutr uf ti Ti
ijbt Wl'trieiite. .1
1' I-fr:" , !-
Qrih Carolina ly- in llie city of HA
Liil oresriit Ciov. Vance with hi.n itiaii-
ruit Vance 'considered it an insult and
.1. i ;r lit- mliiiir liiiineasnre hy telegraph
f! - :. .ii.l.l tiut reach tl.eiii m lu oy
i The ; Mayors CkCRT A t ?arce
dnmk.'i, Lant Tuesday evening Mayor Broad
field had arreted and brought before him Dr.
T. W. Keen for trying todUturb the peace and
being disorderly on lant Saturday night. While
they were waiting for the witnease Mr. C. K.
Darker stepped up; seeing a few gentlemen out-
id&and aome inside looking, Yery ncrious he
ankd who i dead ?" The Mayor ordered his
police' to brinz liim in naked hits what h
meant by asking that 'question?;-: Mr --B. ex
plained that he did not know Uiat court waa in
eion. Mr. Mayor then excused him by say
ing that he did not expect any' respect himself,
h'.it that hi court mart be respected a other
courts. Ilethen read thechargeagalnat Dr. Keen
whof pleaded not guilty. ' - The Mayor, then pro
eetld (oexamine the witnewfor the State. Mr
Iace in iMibtanceaid: he did not know who start
ed the row Saturday night, that he did not aeethe
beginning of it -t hat Dr. Keen was talking to the
darkies and advising them to leave and not get
up a rowdid not think he meant to get np a
row; but to quell it, and that he acted the part
of a iteare maker. Dr.' Keen then read the
complaint which was gotten out in the name
and on the oath of the witnesses asked him
if he had aworn to itilr. Pace aaid he had
not Mr. Mavor ' proceeded then 4 to ask
hiui q:ie-tiom, an l req-ietion and re-re-re-
question up to the 5th and Hilt gener.ition in
fact he wa so drunk that he could only think of
but fewqnestion and those he put rery often
MriEaruheart was then examine! through
the same routine and. testified the same as Mr
Pace. And so all the witnesses testified. The
whole thing was a perfect farre, it amused the
bojstill thev sniggered aloud, then Mr. Mayor
ordered an officer to arrest every person who
nmleanoise said he wanted to try thi im
p rtant matter according to the rules .of pro-
If this State will pat forth her hand ehe
can saccesjf'tlly compete with either, New
England or Old England in the uiannfaeture
of many articles for which I money Is ieut
abroad. ' Valuable forests of the best Umber
used In mechanical purtuiw can be foond all
over the State and will furnish materials for
agriculture, furniture, wagons and the Vari
ous other -uses jfor which timber is employed.
In all parts of the State can Ik luamt metals
and minerals. Ark ansa? has about three
thousand miles of navigable rivers, a ud joue
thousand miles of railway and more - iu the
course of construction. ,
The rivers flow from the northwest to the
southeast aud ienetrate all parts of the
State, insuring a rapid and cheap transpor
tation, and giving the largest hrea of i rich
valley and fanning land iu the Uuiu. iTh
capital stock, premises, machinery and tools.
material or other property p.-rtaiutug to the
manufacturing or iniuiug business, tigVtber
with the products while iu possession by the
original owuer are exempt from taxation.
All things considered. I am impressed with
the opinion that there is uo better unoccu
pied Held in the Uuioii for cotton or n-oolen
mills thau uorthweteru Arkausas. Uuder
the wise aud vigilant State administration
the disorders aid prejudices couscqtieui up-
ou civil war aud reconstruction have been
sileuced aud forgotten. Laws for the pre
vention and punishment of crime are as
rigidly enforced as iu any State. Iustitu
tioiis of learning abound, aud churches aud
Sunday schools are convenient to j eyery
door. The rules of religions and morality
are strictly aanerea to. l ne otate ts ire
S 1 .
Nar.t 10 Far-
S prin g8 estimate
Little Uock, Ark
ther reports; from - llot-
the loss from the conflasrratisli at S10O.
000, and sutes thai Vn'jitisiiirance exists.
The fire originated fn the liale lloase.
The State Bank bnildiug. 'which was one
oi the finest edifices in the city, and con-
fice, was destroyed. The Vallev Hotel.
the furniture f which ha, been r' nioved.
cauglit hr and was destroyed. Several
cripples narrowly, escaped with, their
jne nexi jrgisiamt T.-rjiiongti couti-
tiea h f bien heard from to setile pretty
oenuiteiy in cotnpiexmuj v ttif, next
General Assembly. -The House will
stand not h-ss th.iii SO aid not tnoro llnu
o.- T . . l.i tj i
o-i ift'inncrais, snv. im rvuaie not ics
than 40 Democrats. 'Tin House wiil
hare 38 to 40 Republicans, and the 8en
ate 10 llt'piiblicaus.
An JJnanswerable Argument.
i . , i
1 he alrongest argument whh h ran be nrsed
against ilw advisaLUhy of 'adminulerinz such
corrosive jind nerve-destroying iiaonf a ar- j
senic anaj qmmne for intermittent and re
mittent fevers, U the vastly superior success
in the prevention and aire of such diseases
of a medicine which is the very antipode of
uie above iiamej drugs, both in respect of its
composition ami the results wronzht bv it.
Silo! a ctetlieine is I lostclter's Stomach" Bit
ters, a purely vegetable preparation, which
not only eradicates with wonderful prompti
tude every trace of fever and ague, and kind
red types of malariMM diseases, from th v.
tern, bnt a certain preventive of all mala
dies begotten of miasma-tainted air and water.
inese results mineral anti-febrile remedies do
not effect witli certa:nlv. and thir runtiniifxl
use entajls consequences highly ernieious to
the system. The Bitter, on the contrarv, not
only anonl speely relief, but establish health
on a permanent baaia.
1 . -i -.11 II - '
WnuOvcrui in. Sr.. acciueniany leu over
.Jr oftli iflsiirtriertar of the shoe store last
jay evtLinganl -dislocated' hi lijp joint.
:ti&iijs'wnififable as it is Visible
jjr cliu-mstances.. We hope he I will
rtfleatiie! to he out again.
- ... V . lli.lAnAlllnw .1 i i. i r l L . 1
prteiy. i grew o iuuuiii" roin me urouguis alia wiuus oi. i exas, ine
went to sleep and entertained the court with an grashoppers and Indians of Kansas aud
overture ot snoring, r. iveen sugges.eu Nt;1,rHska H,ld the str,s aIIj ttoilds uf thH
the court hid not an iota of evidence against l,imn.JJleStales ,t hag not knmru
r l.. i... I ... .It (IiA I i
wliereuiiou Hie flavor conciuueu iu uiwihww i , . - . , . T .
wiiiriiwii iuc . Ufuce of the yello.v fever or of cholera. It is
Case. e ueiic:c iii.ti ticn hiuii, !., . t C t t .
i - .. , r r fast proving to be a highway f frtuu to
Democrat or Radical present was in favor or f
v ,. t t the rich and a laud of promise to the par
J.iit.eh nir the Mavor. It was a disgraceful 1 .
i I . t 1 Li i..eue uiuidiint iatiur
l I I llJsll t W i(IVM uivv ouui vt an i i
Grants Interference. - As it appeared
certain on Wednesday aijd Thursday that
the elec ion ut l,rt silentflcjj'iideil mi ihp
votes oi Florida ant! LouUmhh, and thai
the votes in those Si ales was pretty clogr.
President Grant look it upon himself o
order Federal, troops into Florida and
Louisiana tinder the pretence of securing
a fair count of the vole, even t king the
troops from South Carolina for that pur
pose. It is ruilici a mean and ty mimical
act on the pait of (jiaul, but, the good
men of the nation will h gratiH d to know
mat uie election oi ei tier cuuuiaaie does
not depend on L uiisiaua or Floiida
Tlldeu is e'Ctcd without ciiliir Siale.
nd mortifvimr occurrence and one
. - - . c
niiinds the immediate attention of the city
hoard. At least, lei us have a sober man for
iff. "Alexandel, lias opened a new Hotel
lurliilr, iji Mjuimoii House. Wej an
.viiiiwu.i;tliii'" or two uungs vu:iuim-
i. . 1 . . ii.. ..i i ii..
T tiW"'J"o e''t" o-eoiioi , . ii.-.j'iir!-t. t
? f . .4... ... t...l t i f ill U.' VLTi 111 lV til i II-
irUltiiill Mr'H, ri.'-V. Mcforkle superintends
l-fr o ;
JimXiratit-, cid., was up belore .his Hoimr,
r .Mavor lur taui.ting and abusing ijeorge
uti-nin rl , f ffr votiug the Democratic 1'ick-
l'he uiavr.r dUmissed the case-j-lhey
'ruiniciiiu that Hi. future there Mioiilcl te no
lylmfil! 'The '..May. r stated that he had a.
' v ' iT i. r i .i tl....-
uraiiceii imiii uie macKs oi ooiu iaiun;
iil.hfi 4fll in tlnir power to prevent and put
(.ili'di.-tuniaii cs among llicui. ;
i "'J- - o-
Msrs. Eurrous: Again we have a Dem-J
! ocratic Legislature, and a projos: allow ine to
suggest the name of Charles Price, of Davie, for j
speaker of the House. He has been singled out
as the bel man for the place in this whole west
ern section, as most eminently qualified, and as itrV by her brother. Ii seems that
a man that would do honor to both the Legisia-1 young man was making H'i effrt In
tnre and tlie State. Mr. Price w.is a member tract a cartridge fiMin a pistol when
A Most Unfortunate Occurrence- A
Young Lady Accidentia Shot by her
The people of Stalcsvillo were teriiblv
shocked on Fiiday afternoon by the ac
cidental shooting of Miss Li -li t Arniheld,
daughter of Lt. Govrrnor Armfield, and
lady about l ineteen years of
of the cousiitutional convention, aiso of the) former exploded. The ball struck the
Legislature of '72-3. Mr. Price, in my opinion -young lady iu the forehead, just above
is f Ar nifiu.
T. the left eye
entering the brain
- SI! BUY lOL'XTY.'
rn's ms'joriiy ; - 4-.-
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ilihiiut " 371
Jiurk-r ' -" . - , 473
k.-W)ik-nsCarrv Yadkin by front 100 to
f'V ' - . ! -
j j . ; : Truly, - "I
U:: I J;(J. MARLEii.
j ,;.f:- -.1 f u
twt;: Saturday ! night, while the Imivs were
mirtfi'atinj;."! "joUifie'atiiig" ami tiring big
;iih,eijrr,Va ace's triumph in North Carolina,
Kuodly nainlK-r of negroes put themselves
'irpusetv in ilie 'wav, veiling lomlly in the
lin'ft.tlie whites for their radical candidates;
ind to j plain behaved iu a saucy and hostile
inpri which thing was not reiislied, by t lie
bite in, the slightest '-degree and thev showed
tLpflEiirte hy requesting theiiegrutts to leave,
HJj,qiiest lliey oloiiiiatcly refused to com -
. sdfWanul'they thought U beit, calculating
ftj'ia a ficahirbasis, to go home. The negres
fiearnitd wlih club and nlouc smie of
tjJcii were drawn but fortunately not used.
A large crowd of people met Gov. Handed ph
olXew Jriiev. iniui MurLle la.le: etlitor
lew York World, and Montgomery Hlair, Mr.
rjMen'n committee to Florida, at the del Hit
j ! j . ' )
( Monday ilii-ht. (Xur band was oi hand
after, the jseruad'e Gov. Randolph was call
f nj respoiided briefly, stating that -he was
'yi Florida and .that hi'" busiuess
til the business of the committe, Was to see
ml jnstice waSidone in counting the ballots of
fid State, and so far as they could, they would
.1 1 a I I
uucing a mortal wound. At li o ciock
i. l ; ... I ."ll I 1
KniToits'-WATCHMAK": Amonc the many "y sue wao
. i. e i .. . ......... i
i:.l... f. -L-r ftl. mh lb, mort " "ptra "-"f rrcui-ry nr r.uLiM.cu
m...... .... 7 " It .l . -.1 st-.. . ci. ,l l i....: .
..: :.M II Pi...,;, f li.i.Um i.m. P"yic'. one naa uerii cmue-
,, . . .a i . illy iiucousi'loas since the occurrence, una
iv. He is a thorough, hardworking, go-ahead ... , , .
Democrat; a man well versef in the rules of
parliament, dignifietl and in faet possessing
every quality to fit a man for -the position
Give him the place; for Jhe valuable services
rendered by him in this campaign just past
merits reward. X
stricken family. Char. Observer.
brain substance was constantly issuing
from the wound. The unfortunate broth
er, who is scarcely ovei seventeen - years
oi age, is wild with grief. 1 lie young
lady is a most amiable and lovely; char
acter, and is the pride of a fond and lov
ing father's heart. The occurrence is
one uf the saddest ever recorded, and the
yi essrs. JSuuxER vi ros : ait Aininson, oi I aviuuatliles ot the entire, comuitiiilt y are
i m a w
Ashevilie is foremost in the Race for Reading thoroughly aroused iu beh ilf of thtl grief-
Clerk of the Senate. He is well known and
iieelrf no recommendation from auv one. I
urge his claims on the members elect. -
RADICAL BURIAL IN DAVIE COUNTY.
Not a drum was heard, not a, funeral note,
As his corpse to oblivion we hurried;
Xot a groan ecapei a Gentleman' throat
- When the.R idical Swillow was buried.
We buried him deep in the dirty soi
So deep theywill never uncover him,
""Unless some Radical boring for oil
By the dearly loved scent discover him.
His cofliii wa m ide of a ballot box;
By the white man's vote we hurried him.
He look'd like a baboon taking his rest
Willi the Revenue cloak around him.
Xov. 8th, 187G.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stephens siys:
i ne wione r lower Uougn Syrup hasnroven
a unwi vaiuanie reuteiiy to ni."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
I shall always use it with perfect Coufi
d" ce, and recommend it to the public as a
remeuy wincli will aff .rd that satisfaction
experienced by u, nn, mine. It exceeds
everything for coughs, colds and obstiuat
bx Gov Brown, of G.t., says: '-He finds
tne UUli t lower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsemetit by our great and srooc
inen deserves the attention of the afflicted.
Those suffering froirisroiigh, colds aud lung
affections should -e the Globe Flower
Coujfh Syrup. It will positively cure con
sumption. For sale by Theo. F. Kltittz,
World's Exposition, 1876
Of such Instruments '
Ou tlxo Publio Oquaro
SALISBURY, N. O.
'pjIB IlduSEJin the eenlr of business
JL and IfnearesT to the depots
f Table as good as thest.
Scrt fwt attentive and jxJitc. ,1
Brd per dir tl
Single Meal ... v
tSjeciai Contracts tor a u.nger lernu
Oniuili to aiid from all trains.
ltcst l.i very Mabie near at hano.
H?"The reiil.Tsirned tejider bin thanks tm
manf friend? who have called on him at the
M ansion, anil assures them that mreffort shall
le upared ttfTnale thciT future visits pleasant.
IV The Traveling Public vril I always find
pkasaul q iii lers ami refreshing fare.
feb. 3,-l7p. I7:tf
i XEV AnVFJITISEMENTS.
23 FAWCTZ CAHD3 allstyles
with name (lets. pit paid. J. B. Hurtkh.
Nassau. 1I. us. Co., N. Y. 48 4w
Dead Defunct J Gotfe up the Flume !
The Constitution, the R 'publica:i organ
passed iu its checks yesterday at noon.
It has gone up. ; Ii is tin more. After
having blackguarded half the decent men
of the Slate as men weie never blackguard
ed belore, it closes its eyes iiuuUaiieoutdV
with the death throes of the p 1 1 1 y in be
half of whicil it labored' so haid.
A 'ii ri i.i Miunes 1 1 rec Miily inae a
tire in hi barn to diivefout the inosnui-
toes. The insects probably gut out, but
the iiiho'i two horses Were not so lortu-
i i.i i
iiiilc. 1 Hey went Willi Hi.- barn
ill All 2S I KD.
On the 2d day of Nov. 167U, Mr. Richard
Josey aud Miss Al ce E. Campbell, at the
residence of the bride's mother, by the llev.
H. M Brown, all of Ho wan Co.
Manufacturing Materials, Water Poicer,
Factories and Mines Exempt from
Taxation, Inducements to Emigrants,
Spkingfikld, Ark.. NovJ
fi fait ebunt.il lie seemed perfectly confident
jf Mj.Tildeu'a election. After congratulating
"f People for their xueeetui in the irrpl wnrk
tlievli34l o..1a..4..i:.Iw..i i. ......r..i ii.
WwwJ to speak to neveral fiierida. Mr. Blair
wttf(j called and w u reisponding when the
YiB.moyed ofl" leaving us with an unfinished
thence. We houe to hear from them soon
?iin when thev have finished the work of" their
iuiwign., j M:
4-.. '--I O 'j"
wag-Davte. A "nerformanee of thin kind
u),ace around the ity water-works Thurs
f '.yjiight ahuiit 1 o'clock, lasting an hour or
L'yJ iVyo raut to know who led and who
WtfiMf ;v UaVkey with liU banjo did the
wic, an.i he had to "tear himself away
j "we were some grave seniors in the scrape
"ten,eii who look & denture by day liht
f'jutlgesortheoIJenlfnje. Gentlemen worthv
f'bejudiieii at any time. The heaps of course
cruilnd MHmed tit Imee I hen no
fW'! i-TM Prtl 'vr taking it in the
U'H -The measure of exhileration iuut have
jenJar;e) They sav the reception of certain
".si ' f
"'wMrom Charlotte. afforded the, inspiration.
' l n -V oieroi an respomHoimj
" Uie pretlliset.bi.h Innv wilt frrxlifv
oe old gentlenun very much. But when these
"SP.S aance sgain may the town be there
..! aBl tb joil occasion be without qua!
ncation or doubt.
vougi lloarsenesii. Asthma, or any
aiioi. p,f tl,e Throat or Bronchial
i ,ri he iclieved by taking Dr
r ul'w.Cough Syrup, vlt lias cured thou-
?a. na.- l r- j
- , j "vv-uunurnu ifc it your iiienu
pn? h'!?nbr Your druggist keeps it.
j 'ICe. Si; fi'. run i a
Editors Watchmak : In a fertile Hautax'
productive country no community can be Harnett
ong or greatly prosperous until it has th j Henderson,
ability aud disposition to supply most of its j Hy(le
The example of England and Germany Johnston,
or state Lenoir,
conclusively shows that a nation
employment of every buinau faculty is the K,,
. . . t ikut kuliklnua ftllA llliifit U4.ii It ll 17 ail , McDowell,
wire Hire wrviMiir. -... j iMerklenbunr
powerful, while the example of lurkey and Mitcneu.
, . ... t . .i.... : I r: " '
ivUSSia snow iiiai imuous which eiiK"Kw I moore,
but oue pursuit do not have a flourishing I p,-ew 'Hanover
.i. l ..r I Nortn&mpton,
runlllf auu au uv .vnsjAwiQ icoipiiu I UDSiOW9
adversity. The people of a State shoubjl so tS'tank.
direct the employineut of their energies that Perquimans,
. . i i , .i . .. iy --
success would not, uepeuu upon ine iMiuoti l Pitt,
ful harvest of a single crop. They should pamUco,
establish manufactories, open" mines, aud umnd1.
A',--rfo ttiir nviKtIillll. PrviiUii tit th I KobesoQ,
""""' - . .. . I Rockingham,
war. the Southern Mates uy directing all Kowan,
A. A . II. J S . V V . . M..S,n I
n .1 mtirtuitf inuT fli orsln riiiia 1 '
uu ouai A'tu urgicvkiu " r I StOJ68,
had to look almost eutirely to the North for
breadetuff. - Transylvania,
But during the last few years they have Union,
been aiming to produce a Urue portion of warren.
t.utr ..i.n ciii;o raanlt nm inor i .ashlngton,
rtrusoerous than ever before. There are no ."-.y116?
r. r wuKes,
lean horses or nics iu north- western Arkan I Wilson,
r " . ... . Tsdkln.
sas. Coru is worth JUcts per bushel, and I Yancey,
. m -wv - A i 1 I
wneat iroui oucts 10 i.uu per ousnei, anai TotaL
IJ 71 -
505 . 716
, 643 910
759 -. 866:
. 96,660 93,486
Do you tato Tho Sanny South?
If not, send fT il immedialely. It is the
universal .favorite, and all ouihei iters .tie
proud of it. Let a lare clu! l.e raided without
delay iu this community. '! ll is the only iihi.s-
(rated liternry weekly in the oouth, and the
press and people everywhere unite in pronoun
cing il the equal in every respect of any similar
publication in America,; 1 he best literary
talent of the whole country, North and South,
is writing tor, it, and it has Minethin; each
week for all classes of readers, ilc stories are
superior in literary merit, and ecpial in thrilling
interest to those of any other paper, and its es
says upon all suhjects are from the best minds
ot the age.
In .-iddition to thrilling new stories, a scries
of brilliant articles will soon iieiu on toe
Campagn and Battles of the Army of
Tennessee, y t olonei H. W. 1 KoUKI., a dis
tinguished military engineer of t hat army in all
its trying times. These papers will explain all
the movements 'of (cu-rals Johnston, Hood
and iSherniau. Don't misn any of"hc numbers.
They. will read like a fascinating romance.
New and exciting stories are beginning every
week or two.
State and local agents are being appointed
everywhere, but let eai h : community form a
club at once and scud Corf the paer. Having
passed suecesstully through two ot the hardest
years we shall ever see, it! now challenges the
admiration and unlimited supiMrt of the peo
ple. The price is $3 a year, but clnlm of four
and upwards get it for Sli.oO. Address Jno. II
Seals, A tlanta,
In this city, Nov. 10, 1S76, Mr. Thomas J.
Price, in the 2Gih year of his age.
In the year 1870, Mr. Price became a com
municant of the Presbyterian church of Salis
bury.' But a year after he was smitten with
Neuralgia of the brain, a few months after with
paralysis, losing to some extent, the powers of
both kody and mind. Yet through long years
of deline he bore his sufferings with Christian
fortitude, never repining, but always expressing
a comfortable hope in Christ.
A widowed mother, a bereaved wife, and a
f.ithcrless child lament his e.irlv departure.
The MASON Ai HAMLIN OGAN CO
have the honor to announce that the organs
of their hiamitTieture have been nnanimouslv
assigned "the FIliST liANK in theSIA'"
EliA Ij Kl'XJUlSl PES of instruments of the
class" bv the Judges' at the CENTENNIAL
EXHIBITION ;,t Philadelphia, 1 870. ami are
the ONLY INSTUMHNT.s OF THIS ( EN
ERA L CLASS AWARDED THIS RANK.
This is after llie severest competition by the
best makers, betore one ol the most competent
juries ever assembled.
1 hev have also received the MEDAL, but,
as is well known, inednls of equal merit have j
been awarded all articles deemed worthy ot
recognition ; so that it will he easy for many
makers to advertise that they have received
"iiit medals." i
The differences in competing articles, and j
their comparative e.wellence, are recognized
in Uie Iveports ol the Judges, Irom wliu h in
following is an extract :
" THE MASON & HAKLIN ORGAN j
CO.'s exhibit of Reed Organs and Har-:
moniums shows Instruments of the i
FIRST RANK IN THE SEVERAL RE-1
aUISITES OF INSTRUMENTS OF
THE CLASS; viz.: Smoothness and i
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANflEROUS
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
a sure remedv for COUGH, and all disease
of the THKOAT. LUNGS. CHEST aud
.MUCOrs MEM HllAXK.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C. N. C BITTEN TON, 7Sixth Avemh.
New York. 4:4w
1S7G. Mrs. Josephine
In this city, Nov. 2
JMiol uavts, wile oi ur. James Uavis,
daughter of Dr. J. J. Summerc-Il, in the
vear oi ner age.
At the earlv age of 14, she became a com
municant of the Presbyterian Church, of which
she was an intelligent, active and earnest mem
ber till death. Endowed with rare intellectual
powers, and aipunchless craving for knowledge,
she had acquired a rich store of information,
which she was able to use in her intercourse
with intelligent friends. She had uch ac
quaintance with the Bible, and such general
intelligence fitted her to be an interesting
.Sunday school teacher, and while health per
mitted was always at her past of duty. A suf
ferer fri.in heart disease, she has stood face to
face with death manv times, and hy practical
experience had tested the.powei oL religion to
. . al l .1
support in tlie trying Hour. And when the
change came it was sudden. At midnight the
summons came, and in an hour all was over.
She will le missed in the Church, iu society
and in the Sunday school as well sh by a sor
rowing husband and bereaved parents.
ity, freedom and quickness in action i coLEs A-Co
of keys and bellows, with thorough- ! '
with simplicity of action." Signet
by aliihc Judges ) The .Mason and Ham
lin Organs are thus declared to rank hrst, not !
in one or two respects only, but in the SEY-
EKAL KEQUISI 1ES ot such instruments,
and thev are the ONLY ones assigned this
rank. This triumph ;vas not unexpected for
the Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs -have
uniformly been awarded tlie highe.-t honors
in competitions in America, there having
been scarcely six exceptions in hundreds of
competitions. They were awarded highest
GKEAT BANKRUPT SALE OF
On receipt of .10 cents tve will send by
mail, postpaid, all of the following prices of
jewelry. 'u : I pair Gold Plated Engraved
Sleeye Buttons, on.' s t Gold Front Shirt
Studs. I' cidlar sttid. I Wedding Ring. 1
Boll Plate Watch Chain and 1 gent's Rose
Cor.il .eaif Pin. We offer this ORE AT
bargain merely to draw nMeiition to our
busiuess. as we have all kinds of watches
and jeweliy at low prices. Send for Cata-
7.T Broadway X. Y. city.
:.tTtEADY FOB AGENTS THE
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
Theo. F. Klnttz is giving away a haud-
poui book entitled "Pearls for the Peo
pie." containing much valuable information
and many interesting articles. It also con
tains a history of the discoeery of the -H-p-atiue."
for diseases .f the livr. dyspepsia.
j constipation and indigestion. fc. ami gives
positive assurance th.H -when the Hep.uitie
; 1 is used it effects a periinuent aud lasting'
. i cure of these diseases, which prevaT to siuh
an alariuiug extent in jinir louutrv. lake
the Ilepatiue for all diseases of the liver.
"First in Wat, First in Peace,"
And first in the hearts of the thousands who
were once the victim of the disordered liver
and its attendant maladies. Such as Constipa
tion, Bilious Fevers, Colic, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Chills, Bheiiiuatisin, Gout, Jaun
dice, Kesllesxness, Lo of Appetite and General
Debility. "First Tutt's Tills and then health
and happiness." is their motto. This is the
result of American progress in science. Dis
e.ise that were once treated hy emetics, blisters,
lancets, starvation and poisonous minerals, are
now cured hy these safe and gentle pills, which
impart strength to the body, while ihey remove
all unhealthy secretions.!
Attend to Your Head and Hair
Don't Delay j Using This.
Wood's Improved? Hair Restorative
is unlike any other, mid has uo eiju.il. The
Improved has new vegetable tonic, proper
ties ; restore grey hair to a glossy, natural
color ; restores faded, dry. harsh aud faliinir
hair ; restores, dresses, gives igor to the
hair; restores hair to prematurely bald heads;
removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruptioua;
removes irritation, itching and scaly dryness.
No article produces such Wonderful effects.
Tiy it, call for Wood's Improved Hair
Restorative, aiid don't be put off with any
other article. Sold by all druggists in this
place and dealers everywnere. l rad sup
plied at manufacturers' prices by C. A.
Cook & Co. Chicago, Sole Agents frtr the
fjuited States and Canadas. ami by J. F.
Ileury. Gurran & Co.. New York. 51
In Statesville, X. C. at Simonton Feftiile
College, Nov. 11, 1876, Mrs. Maria Sihyl
Mitchell, widow ot'lhe late Rev. Elisha Mitchell
D. D. former professor in the LJniverity of N.
C, in the 77lh year of her age.
Thus one alter another the links are sunder
ed that bind together the uA'-l and the future.
For about 4o years her home was at Chapel Hill,
and her mind in sympathy with the tastes and
pursuits of that honored Institution, though
Hum partial paralysis, and inability to .express
herself flueiillyr she led a quiet and secluded
life. Willi rebned tastes and a thirst for knowl
ege, she enj yed the companionship of her in
timate friends, who cherish her memory.
She was a sincere but shrinking andsensilive
Christian, disabled by bodily infirmity from ihe
active duties of life. For several years her
hearing, as well as her fipeecli and sight, was
seridiisly impaired, so that the only public re
ligious exercise she could enjoy was the sacra
ment of the Lord's supper. J Yet; even feeble
sight did not quench her love for reading, but
tip to the last week of her life she enjoyed her
wonted privilege. Ami her end waa peace.
Her remains were interred in Oak Grove Ceme
tery, Salisbury, N. 0., by the side of her grand
children. J. R,
Paris 1867; Vienna 73 Santiap75;
and have thus been awarded highest honors
Every Worlds Exposition
at which they have Leeu exhibited; being j
which hive ever obtained
A i V -A XV A ES D
A graphic pen-picture of its history, grand
huild'iigs, wonderful exhibits, curiosities,
great days, etc. Profusely-illustrated, thor
oinhh ipHhir and verv cheap. Mu$t$ell
immensely. o.tMK) AGENTS WANTED.
Send for full particulars. This will be the
chance of KKI years to coin mouey- fast,
(jet tlie only reliable history.
Hi itHAKii Hitos., Pub.?., 733 Sausom St.,
PATTTTflU not deceived hy premature
and telling wl at wn
h 'oks. assuming to be "official"
appeii iu Aug. and
9 V m A ? ) M
In this c'ouuty. Nov. 1st., Fan uie Daisie,
iuf.itit daughter of Thomas M. aud Dora M.
Kerns, aged 2 ynars aud 3 days.
at any competition with best Kuropean makers, or
in anv Eun;jxt!i World's e.tposltion .'
NKV STVI.K, wlrh lmpruveuieats, exhibited .it
the CENTEN.MAL;"elegiini new cases tii great va
riety. I'rtces r,ru lmr,t consistent will) bi-st in ito
rl.il and worlimanship. organs sold tor e;ish or
Installments, or rentei'l until rent pays. Evry r-
gm warranted ti ;f.i entire x itifnctimt to rrvru reitx
ntuO!'' purrhaxer or Til K MOM KY KKFl" VlKP. Il.IXS
TKATKtl l'ATALK;i KS sent frt r.
XIASoX 4V 1IAMLIX OltiiAX t o. 154 Tremnnt
Street, Host on; 5!. t'nion S ii ire, Xew York; sa and
S-J Adams Street, Odea-m; i!7 (ireat Marlborough
Street Iunion- a2 Baker Straasi', Vienna ; 114 Col
lins street, Melbourne.
Sept. 21. is: ly
m J ! i ..ggggBgegJUli-LJ'-'n
J. & H. HOE AH,
r I 1J
other grains, grasses, vegetables mod fruits
are abuudant aud cheap. - This State has
all the elements necessary losustaiu manu
facturing towus, and is able to sustain the
producer and consumer side bj side. It has
Caldwell's niaJorltT, ls.
Oranam rotes with Cherokee.
The Headless Body Mystery.
StkatfOrd, Out. Nor. 10. fTbe iu
nnMt on trie, headless body found Tester-
abuudaut water-power. exteosWe eoal fields. floating Jown ibercr In a foffin re
and inimitable quantities of. raw material sealed uothine except that the head had
entering into the thousand manufactured been awn off. There were no marks of
products suited to the wants of a eirilited I violence QO the trunk or extremities.
It is reported that Uoschee's German
SYRUP has. siuce its itit'iMluetioii iu the
United States, reached the immense sale of
40.000 doxen per year, j Over 6,K) Drug
gists have ordered thi" inedicine direct from
tm Factory, at Woodbury. N. J.. aud not
one has repo&ed a single failure, but every
letter speaks of its astonishing suctess iu
curiug iieTveres Coughs. poluV settled ou the
Breast, Consoinptiou. or any diseases of the
Throat and Luugs. j We advise auy person
that has auy predisposition to weak Lungs,
to go to their Druggists, Theo. F. Kluttz,
and di this Medicine, or inquire about it.
Regular size. 75 ceuts; Sample Hottle, 10
ceuts. Two doses wjil relieve any ease.
Dou't uegleet your eotigli.
Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
November 10, 187.
Cotton brisk Middlings, 10J(.1I
low do ft id; 10
Uacox, county, hog round 111 (gx 15
HC-TTEK - 20(A'25
('hickexs ht dozen $1.5!)2.00
Corn market well supplied 4550
Mk.vj. Jtioderate demand at 60(&70
Wheat yrood demand at Roc 1.10
Flour market stocked -
15 i.ac kb err iks
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES.
Raleigh, Novmeber 11, 1876.
FLOUR. North Carolina $5.50 a $6.00.
CORN, 75 a 60c.
CORN MEAL, 80 a 90c
BACON, X. C. hog round, Ui 15. .
" hanm 16 a 17.
HIDES, green, 4a4J
Ay, 10 a 11
FODDER, baled, new 80 a $1.00.
HAY, K. C. baled, good. 75 a 80.
EC 8 &3E!il " qualifv YOUNO
Sll3lB!y MSS fo'r the active
llut'u-S of life.
UITSINKS TRAINING specialty.
OUR INSTITUTION ihe most thorough,
complete and practical iu the United States,
VOUNG M EN desiring a ST A UT IN LIFK.
PAliEN TS having son; or wards to educate,
are invited to write to us fTf catalogue 'and
Total Cullefjinfi' Fee. 57."0. No roca
tions. Enter utnny time. References
our patrons and former sludeii's. Address
II. W. SADLER, lluildiug? Xos. and 8
N. Charles St., Uallimoie. 4d4w
. A ...
A i E X TS W A N T E I for the T R Y of
Written by his father. A complete accouut
of this most Mysteiioiis Abduction and Ex
ciliuir Search. With Fac Simile Letters
and IlluMratioii. Outsells all other Books.
One aiieiit took iiO orders iu nne day. Terms
liberal. Address, JoilM E.J)TTER & Co.,
I'ul.lisliei. Philadelphia. 4:4w
Have been Unanimously aSHigned the
SEVERAL. REQUISITES "
Of tuch in.lrtinvnt8, at thj
T ' I'VV I'P V VI AT.. IR7A
. , v ran jii.il II I I mil UiL liliri illlll !
handsomest stock of Jewelry ever exhibited ' and are the only-organs assigned this rank,
in Salisbury, and respectfully invite public Their--yuperiority is thusTlecJared. not iu one
inspection. It comprises, (iohl and Silver or two repeets only, hut in all the juipor
Wutches, of all kimls; Silver Pitchers, Cup, i taut ijiialii ie of an organ. A Me.UI antf
Castors, Nankin Kinn'S, Forks, Knives, and Diphuna lias uUi been awarded them, but
Morm - fiiKtt nnrl in At lxfintii'nl it i .... .4 .1 .A' . on-J 1 1
of Jewelry of all kinds, as Ear-drops, Breast
Pins, Finder Ritis. Rracclets, Seals, Lockets.
iVc, S:c., iVc
Also, a lot of plain
SOLID GOLD RINGS.
Also, agents for the celebrated
"'thc finest-glasses niade.2
Will -sell as low any House in the south.
CALL HF.ISF. AXP fiET TOCR
UATtll AMI (L0(K KKPIIUIXG
done prompt y asusual. All work irarrau
MAIN STRFT, SALISBURY,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK
Most Beautiful Jewelry.
no tl.il of t-oual ViJaie w ere awarded all
article deemed uoilhy of fec.igl!tiou. So
th.tLLn.iuy ui.tUeis cau adxeitise "first med
als'' or highest award."
(Nunparative rack in excellence, has beeo
iletermineil by the '.Judges' Iieports alone,
in whi.h tlie MASON HAMLIN. OR
GANS are Uuaiiimouly as.sirnel "The
FIRS T RANK iu the several repiisites"
of such insti uiio-it, and are the oiily ouef
assigned his rank. See Judges' lieporU.
This ivMift wis not unexpected, for tliece
organs ha e U :ii oriuly tiLkeii highest awards
iu such cej'mpetiiions, there. being less than
xir r ictj,fiiins in hundreds of comparisons.
Thev were awarded Hist medaTs. aud higrL
et h.uiois at Pars Int. Vienna 187$,
Santiago 1S75. PhilHdeb.hijTIe'ti; having
ff( thus been awarded hihesthouors at Erery
tt' I 1' . 1..-. ...1... ...... lliau h.Va
1 O'tl' i " AMfOIOII ill .41 11 H II "V
fM-ted. ami being the only Americuu orgatia
1 ... i a
I which ever ol.taiu.-o auyawarU iu .uripe
I'u f Italian Qarru 3,00 NEW STYLES with improvemeiits e-
I hihited at the C ENTE.VN I A L : " elegaflj
FOUR FOR $10.00! new case? in great vnriety. Prices ttry
hirest cousiteLl with hest material ana
Mm kinauship. Orgaua sold for cah or IU-.
tti lluieuts. or rented until reiit pays. Every
organ warranted tu give entire satisfaction to
ercr'i reasotuihle purcluiser or th.e money re
funded. lLLL-HTKATKl CATALOGUES--Seut '
! MASON HAMLIN ORGAJT . (0.-154
TremonMreei, liitoti; 20 Union. Sqiwre. New
Dec. 16. 1873.
Sate arrival and purity
Italian stocks $12.50 each.
HIVE 2.30 EACH
CM rrf, S. C.-)la9 R-rt 1 jYctl; -0 and 62 Ada:us A rut, ilA