Mortgages, Notes and
ts beUi tf u expire 'Jajlst,r 877-
.,.n so indebted to usV.Il pWase
vn'Jicttlo-eitlicr by Cash or Note at
lJ1?Tbi3 we will deem sufficient notice.
TnVK fi ASK ILL. & CO.
m -istft l:m. .
' "BUSINESS NOTICE.
ill whoVe indebted to us by note or nc
b L.nil r en nested to make imme-
.UieuU Further notice will not be
4fe"'.; I KLUTTZ& RENDLEMAN.
H 1S7G. (G:lm)
m Pagans indebted to us by uote or ac-
. 1 . ..
T; We ivUt urt give lunger iudulgenee.
flur triijs are asb aud baiter. auJ to those
credit U ) 13 uu r""Fl
' .nfetrt required, at expiration of '.Ire time.
' Persons paper? mr uuiir.i :iiu j
T nmrWiu pencil, will understand from i
tUt tie' are due us for the paper, and will
The voting and festive areenjoying that most
ffk,va'j!c pleasure skating.
The.. Electoral College of N. C. met at
pafig'h y'!t td;iy, to record the vote o!
- . : s , s. ' MOCKSVIU.E, J?. C.;:f;
-Mru Bruxeh: riease publish this puzzle,
(copied), and give us the answer: y
A headless man had a letter to write.-'
- And he who read it had tost his Wghtj'J:
1 he iliiml) repcited it word for word,
...And deaf was the man who listened and heard.
. . , i V W '-' Jlhvhvn.
' Mixs Lulu must excuse the busy editor who
lias scarcely time enough fur more practical enig
mas than the one presented above. But' there
are a good many readers of the Watchman who
have leisure and inclination to find out difficult
problems, and to them we submit the puzzle,
only asking that they will send us the answer
The Tier. L. W, Cuawfokd, who has fill
ed the Methodist pulpit in this place with
so much 1 acceptability for the last two
years, lias been assigned to FUyettetille for
the next year. We part with him and. his
interesting little family writhf unfeigned re
gret. Mr. Crawford has been successful in
labors here; diligent, and wisely zealous.
He is not one ot the sort whom the gay
world go to hear for tlie sake of elo
quent and brilliant oratorical displays, but
he is one of those whom the sin-sick soul
loves ' to hear. His congregations' have
been-thc Unrest of anv in the place.- He
leaves bshind troopi of friends who wish
him. a God speed in the new field to which
Kev. W. C. Ganxox, will succeed Mr.
Crawford at this place.
Trouble in Yadkin. Deputy Marshal
for Ttldt.n and 11
' ,H O
iie lLih.ilik Sentinel lias been diccn
liiiiH-.l-as a daily, and w ill appear here-
tfie'r as a e mi-wt ( kly.
! ' : . o-
TLci n ph'iiieliing erf our river and
iWfrs'n ams with fi9h will lik-ly -ngagr
tie notice of ihe legislature this winter.
ail hre breathe easiei and if It was not Sunday
night, a noisy street demonstration would cer
tainly take place, The whites ana blacks here
are generally very friendly, and seem to me to
bear the same relation to each other aa before
the war,'to a greater degree, than in any ' place
.... '. t ' IFI 1 ' ' '
t nave wjourneu jiiia morning; openea
with the news of a store having beenj entered
by a number of negroes. Tliey were discovered
by the night gnard before the spoils they had
stuffed in bags were got off, though they got off
with some whiskey :and money.. li counted
eleven shots at 1 o'clock this morning. Sup
posed it a street , brawl, till after breakfast,
when I heard all about it. It was the exciting
and only topic of conversation with everybody
till church time, (this is a great church town.)
As soon as forenoon churches was out; a large
stable, close behind the main business street,
was disco veretHo he on fire. A strong breeze
was blowing, but, fortunately, in a direction
endangering no property but a large gin house
filled with cotton, at a short distance from the
stable. The stable, targe, old and red pine
made one of the fiercest fires that 1 ever saw,
and it seemed nothing short of a miracle saved
the gin house, for the means they have here
for protecting and combating at fires are infin
itely more primative, than in Salisbury even,
but many white citizens worked heroically and
"the colored men worked noblv.': This incident
furnished matter for excited conversation til
supper, then the welcome telegram from Coluin
bia came, whicli-was matter of remark til
bedtime. Now for a place of 1,300 inhabitants
these three affair afforded excitement enough
for one (Sun) day. I think.
Theour; man who recently mastica
trd a doee i salt 4idy eo'eayi, for the
uka of change, lie will try oil next time.
Tlierf is a bill before the Legislature
fir iuaLing tl law mi adulH-ry bt-ar
filially on mail and wif. We hope no
''Kiiiionallaciiiin-K will be psovidtd lu
iivdici. - '
Those Shfiiffs mi this State, who failed
to make returns ol the election In due lime
tnd funu, ought lo be uiade smart for it;
iUd "hereafter all firch delii.quents should
ftfifcit their offirea! and their bonds.
CAKToNs.--The lovers of pictorial illus
Jttton.H can .M)T)ain Cartoims at Eiiniss"
Bifc Store, Uale'ii,- representing tliegTeat
jwlifjcal race bet w-t.-t.-n Vam-e and Settle,
the ' Burial of Radicalism." These pic
tures are said to be very "expressive and at-
Iltidgine, and two young men with lim
Vandeiford and Shuman, both of this
place, we believe, are causing some ex
citciut-nt in Yadkin county, as we learn
by a private letter. The writer puts it
thus: "Muking raids on our people and
breaking lliein up, and paesing themselves
off as Democrats ' "two ot them Demo- I
ciats and one Republican." The writer
does not state what class of citiz ;U8 are
suljected lo raids, but we suppose it is the
Distillers, many of whom are por and
unable to pay penalties, or to fee lawyers
to vindicate their cause when wrongfully
oppiessed. The good people of Yndkin
should aid those too poor to protect th,ein
selves. l ue jjeptuy auu ins aias are
amendable to the law for any illegal act,
and should be held to a strict accounta
bility. So long, however, as lliey keep
within the limits of the law, there is no
remedy foT those Distillers who fail to
observe all the. vexatious r quiieuieuts pf
of the Revenue system. It matters very
little who are employed to execute th
Revenue law, whether Republican or
D--iucrat. The law irself is the work of
the Republican party, and those who are
wronged by it should lay ihe blame on
the authors of it.
A SAD CASE.
Died In tins town Tliurd-y morning
Xov.-2Uth. Mr. Jeremiah Rarriuger. aged
about 6'." years.
The deceased was at one time oneof the
most pros peroiis farmers of this couuty, aad
highly riespected for his worth -as a mau.
Ue sufferej, as did every body else who had
property, I.y the war.; but he Was not utterly
ruined, pecuniarily, and his prospecta fr
A N01iLr4f. LETTER, ItURQUQII
WADE 11 AM PTON p O ITHET PEO
PLE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE VERY LATEST.
Columbia, Dec. 6- The Democratic
House in session in the Carolina Hall
have just sworn in another member who
deserted the Mackey House, making
sixlytlnee, being a Constitutional quo
rum holding: certificates ot the board of
State Canvassers. The Supreme Court
decided the Democratic Hopse to the
legal House of Representatives, and will
issue a mandamus compelling the Sec re
tary of State to tin n over the returns for
Governor and Lieutenant Governor to
Speaker Wallace. The Democrats aie'
jubilant over these events.
Nkw OliLEWg, Dec. G.-Both the Re
publicans and Democratic electoral col
leges met to-day; the latterwill have the
certificates of McEuery de jure Governor
The Democrats claim that two Republican
I electors are ineligible.
Tke returning board gives Kellogg
Republican elector at large 75,135, Mc
Euery, Democratic elector at Jarge 70,
508; Packard for Governor74,621, Nich
ols tor Governor "il,19S. j,It is under
stood they return the Republicans in the
third, foarlh, fifth and sixth districts, and
the Democrats in the first and second.
The returning board's statements shows
they ignored Grant and Eisl Feliciana
New York, Nov. 24. Th IW
Abrain S Hewitt has written the follow
ing letter to Gen. Wade Hamptoft :
National DemocraItic CoiiMrrrEE,
N ew York, November H ; 1875. J
v My Wear Sir i--YMjr a jmirabledJ.s
to th4mle ot South Carol! aa is the sub
ject of uuiversal commendation here. In
Fact, the prudence, the forbearauce and the
self-control of your pej3e nnder the most
exasperating provocation. Is beyond all
praise l can oujy trust that in the exciting
situation in which you will fiud Toarself
uexi ween, uo outbreak will occur. It is
almost too nuirh to exict that there will
no indiscreet jneii iu' South Carollua who
may provoke the collision, bin nevertheless,
the providence of God has so far guided yeu
and your ieople iuall your difficulties, that
your friends rest la cal-n ctoitideuce uuon
th wisdom Rod gnnl fortune wliich have
8o far attended your actions, i
You way rest assured that your Northern
brethren have concerted themselves to the
work of your deliverance, and will nevei
cease their efforts until you are restored to
that freedom wherewith you; were made free
ly the lalors and sacrifices and w i s -
di!ii of our forefathers audi your forefath
God give you and Jour people all the
wisdom and all the patience needed iu this
hour of trial, and iu this crisis of the d -stiiiy
of our common country.
We have full faith ii( the justice of the
people of the United States, and we do not
entertain a doubt of the final verdict which'
they will pass upon the occurrences of the
last two weeks. This verdict will surely
vindicate their majesty, and m ill re-establ'sh
tree government upon a lasting basis.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully,
your obedieut servant, i
Aim am S. IIewttt,
Chairman Natioual Democratic Commit
tee. Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, 8. C.
. p--; MA'in.inRii!Ti"
In Cabarrus Co., N. C, Nov. 30, 187C, by
Iter. Sam! Hothrock; Me. Lcther C.
3Iilleu and Miss Lacra A. daughter of
i ne late Kuttus U, Bost
;, Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
1 ' November 23, 1870.
Cottox brisk Middlings,
' . ' ' - stains
Bacox, county,-hog round
Chickens per do7.c
Corn market well supplied
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Flocu market stocked-
Onions no demand
DAVIDSON COUrVTY- '
7; r "1 supekior corur.
Special Prcceedinsrs. - '
i a Inbow. Adm'r ofT U
Wallace, dee'd. i
Robert Wallace and others
In this caeit appearing that; some of the
Defendants are non residents and that the sum-
monn has not been served or publisliedT It is
nereiore ordered that the ortuinaUummons be
publUheil, and that the paid defendants have
time allowed by law to answer plaintiffs com-
puini alter saul publication expires.
lone at office Nov. 1st 1876.
Clerk SnperiorHCourt; Davidson Conntv atmI
To Mary F. Wallace ami others non-residents
you will take notice that the following
summons has been issued against vou :
I S Benbow Administrator of T ")
C, Wallace, decM. Plaintiff
l)ol!s thrown out. Six polls in West
Feliciana ifj- cted; eight iu Q'laehita, six
in Warehouse l'oijs also rejected
DestUo, Franklin, Mai born, Calcasieu.
Tildeu elected, but Ilayeir counted in
Washington, Dee. 6 The Senate is
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
The edition for 1S77 of the sterling Medical
Annua!, known as I Iostetter's Almanac, is now
readv, and may be obtained, free of cost, of
druggists and general country dealers in all
parts of the United States and Briti.-di An. er
ica, and indeed in every; civilized portion of
the Western Hemisphere,. It combines, with
the soundest practical adfice for the preser
vation and restoration of health, a large
amount of interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar astronomical cal
culations, chronological items, &c, are pre
pared wiin great ear e, nr.u win be lound en
tirely accurate. The issue of Hosteller's Al
manac for 1877 will probably he the largest
edition of a medical work ever published in
any country. The proprietors, Messrs. Hos
teller Si Smith, Pillxburyfi, Pa., on receipt of
a two cent stamp will for w a id a copy .by mail
lo any person rho cannot procure one in m.
Theo. F. Kluttz is giving away a hand
som- bKk entitled "IVarls fr the Peo
jile." containing much valuable information
and many interesting articles. It also con
laius a insiory u uie discovery ol Hie llep-
atiue. fur uisa-es of the livr. ilvsnpsia
parishes. KasI l'.iton Rouge, except fix coiistipati.m and iudigestioti. d'c. and nives
m ' u r a t 1 II
MX, vv e have bad -a dry cold snap
Uftiiig-hoin Friday last up to the pies
nlttuje. those having ice-hiuse to
fcU have had a fi. le opporluniiy to do it.
There is good skating On the Mill Ponds,
lliey are all too far off lo accommo-
ite our town boys.
" ! : o-
lion. Kemp P. Datile has been invited
to defiyef his address on "The Rclatnnia
o(tUniverity to the A rricultural lu-
I'efrstruf the. State," Dec. Cih, before the
members of the L"gislatuie, and accepted
rhv troops were stationed in Petersburg,
Va , on election day.
AV'iLuam Meisemer, ill Statesville jail
fr the murder of his mother-iu-law, Mrs.
liHgrlia'viiig failed i'j Ids appeal to the
Supreiiie Court to obtain anv relief, was re-
utflucJ to death by Jmlge Buxton, last
t'miav. Friilav DecefiilM-r 22d. was an-
j halted tit theTexecutioii of the seuteuce.
i t ... i i
a resolution suomilieu uy
Withers of V'irgioia, yesterday, calling
several years after see ned tobeeheerinff Mel upon the Presidents to ii.fonn lh Senate
had some liabilities, hut with his accustom
ed attention to business h oad uo H.casioii
to fear disaster. Rut it came nbont five
years ago, aud lie was nearly aT nppvu or
his property. He thought he had been se
verely dealt with, aud iu a fit of desjveralion
gathered up the remuaut of his resources
. rw n- t I
ami wuu nis ia.nny moveu 10 ieaS; " be closed in time for castin- the ballots
his health failed, aud he eked out a precan- it i fft.uerally conceded by the. Ropnbli
ous living. t many, nope oi recovery CJlnfl ti,at ti, (Jovernor will n t issue cer
failed him. He lotiged to returu to his na- tificates to either AValte or; Groner. In-
tive Stata and the scenes of his active lif I tense interests centres on (the action of
if ouly to die; and this lie did, arriving here the Governor.
iust six davs before the tnesseneer of Death
I w - w
.11! tit difimi'in hnn utruv hirpVuf. Iflo
... I 1 I'- 1 . . - All t .!
illnfi. autl returned wholly dt-ueiuknt u Uoutesiing elector appeared
the kiuddess of frieuds. lie barelv had
returned and brought with him a
j Import aliich admits his heart to the affec-
liwatpeare of any rirl whom he ruav desire to
Iwoor witJi such distinction. A gray coat and
orMs buttons will accompirsh what years of
; fl"Hion has fiiiled to d. He will find it hard
! orfc to avert the many snares which aspiring
fidwgenioua girbi will set fr him.
, ' . :
.nere u no roaiance in measles. We do riot
... i . .
thl statement lhoiTbrhl le&dv for we hpve
,wtt the, tuatter, thorooghfv considering
Tery change. Truth impels us to make this
rtnit, and If h i not corr.c ct, this committee
Looping-cough graduate can successfully
San Francisco, Dec. 6 A dispatch
from Portland, Oregon, says : The ar
gument before the Governor on the contested-Presidential
electors case will not
before the electoral College. Offered his
vote for Tildeu and Hendricks. FlUd
strength to come from the depot to the house y q Sallve.
,4 Mr. Richard Graham, who had married Appoin,e(i himself to earn- his own vote
oueofhis ueiees. Here he received the to Washington, where he
teuder care and sympaty that his circum- out in Cong! ess.
stances so much renuired. uutil death steo-
i.l in' mid out au end to his sufferiuzs. 1 11 CAROLINA.
Rut if a mau live many years, and re- RaLEIGH, Dec. 6. Tlie full electoral
ioir.e iu theio all. vet let hi in remember the .vote was cast. 1 here was no kind of
days of darkuess; f-jrthey sall be many." objection.
The North Carolina Vote.
The official vote in eiirhryslx counties
foots up for Tildeu 118 97:1, for Hayes
101.711. In six other counties nnofhcial
returiw give Tildeu 5,107;;IIayes C.144
Totals ForTilden, 124,030; for Hayes,
Cheiiaw, S. C Nov. 26, 1876.
Dear Watchman : I promised tosendyou
a few lines occasionally this time they are !
hurrietHy put up. I found this place smaller
than in my memory Jit seemed 2i years age. It
t - I I ,
has many cnarming private residences, ami tne 107 S55 - il(ei.i majority. 16,225.
maui streets are laid out in that attractive, Two counties, Aahe and Dare, are yet
conienientami neaitny style peculiar to many to j,car rrom The-vote of Grtham, it is
S. C. towns and cities, i. e., with three rows of thought, has been returned with that o
nhude tree, making two roadways as well as Cherokee.
two side walks, all wide and never dusty nor
m r -
intxsDAr. We have news this morning
fire in Brooklyn theatre, (N. Y.,) on the
wgutnf tlie5th4 in which there was an
liUoWof human life. The fire broke
while jjgg ijia- wag r0inr on and spread
""asueh rapidity that it was impossible,
""CT The excitement for all to escape. A
4 heap of j human beings were found
l5r the door after the fire hurned down,
, to badly burnt to be recognized. 255
fAAI'miOl n n .1 nil. - A. i i I. St wn-
Company held & meeting at the
J"THb?e Tuesday evening, and eleated
yVfilAi-LTBURTON Captain ; Wil-
r iiRowN, 1st Lieutenant H. T. J.
ty -p pieui. ; iu. arey, oa L.ietu.:
CM PlK)intcdV ' meeting for Friday
8". Uext.-7 'VlneV nt t I.K imA-- h
euinuioned officers will be appointed.
" "'attendance is earnestly desired.
muddy. The ciiizeiw generally at once im
press a stranger with the most favorable opin
ion of them, and after the few days I have been
among them 1 am fully convinced that as a'
whole they are far above the average, iu all
those attributes that all like to see in others,
whether they themselves possess them. or not.
I found the Band very deficient musically,
The Northern Vote.
In 1872 General Grant received the
electoral votes of all the fcw England
Middle and Western Siates. In 1S7G
Governor Tildeu has received tlie elec-
tora! vote of one New England State
(Connecticut), three Middle States, (New
Vnrlr TCiu,- .Terse v and ' Delaware), and
more than any I have ever seen, organized as . Western Stales I Indiana and Weat
long as they have been, but, as I now find, not Virrrinial 74 votes in alL The noDular
by their fault, but, as usual, by that of the arrant I vote 8DOW8 a milch greatef revolutiou of
humbug whom they unfortunately employed as DODUar gentioieuf. The Democratic eain
a teacher. Theyare all yonng, and good look- jn Uew Knglaud State is $7,173; in the
iug; talented, ambitious, industrious and attn-1 Middle State 239,919; iii the Western
live; as well as being in every respect of the States 202,069 in all 509j 161 votea.
best class'iu this community; and will soon be . ' mm ' 1
a very fine band of music- There m only one "": Springfield Mepublican ? So far at
hotel here, a fine one with- a proprietor, Mr. tne mon queftion is! concerned, we have
Gasherie, who knows how to keep one, and I iq teafg i6 shed for the Democrats if they
should know this well, being qutrtered with ope t,e pfeaidencyther , have not de
him, When I came tUeood people were muciilgerved win it;-- onrionir doubt w
depressed bythe action of their infamous can- whether .thtillepublicaii j parly arid Jbe
vassing board in givinjg,tbe tate to ;Clramber- country caul ) gffurd to trj the hazardous
lain and Hay otW 'throwing i; out Edgefield experiment, for tlie first tJnie in onr his-
Rolnrt Wallace and others Heirs f 'Sumnons.
at law of T C Wallace, dee'd. -Defendants,
STATE OF NOR1TI CAROLINA
To the Sheriff of Davidson County, Grctting :
You are hereby commanded to summon
James M Wallace," Mary F Wallace, Olivin B
Wallace, James M Williams and others, the
defendants above nameoVif to be found in vour
fitn ,'n,-v be and appear before the Clerk of
viioi j. . . rv. ., , A
..... . .I'viivsi wuu, iui iumiii vouniv, at
the Court-House in Lexington, within twenty
days from the service of the Summons, exclu
sive of the day of service, and answer the com
plaint which will be deposited in ihe office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of said Conntv.
. i ..... . . -7
wiinin ten nays, and l?t the said Defendants
take notice that if thev fail to answer the said
I offer the Examiner OMee for m1 on vprr complaint within tlie time prescribed bv law.
reasonable terms Consisting of a variety cf l!e I'laintiff will apply to the Court for the re
type, enough lo print a Weekly and Tri- ,,e' tle "landed in the complaint.
Weekly paper a good Washington Press.
24x36 paper size, a splendid slab, and all neces
sary office furniture and fixtures; everything
m koou wormng oraer.
Reasons for selling necessity.
P. S. Will the press please notice?
positive assurance that when the Hepatiut1
used it effects a permanent and. lasting
ure of these diseases,' which preva'l to suh
au alarming extent iu our ounlrv. Take
the Hepatiue for all diseases of the liver.
"The Proof of thj Paddinj," Etc
In thin ape of Hunbujrffery it is fe icy to make bold
assertions but to fuf nihil indisputable evidence o(
tUe truth of thcia is not so easy.
w e boldly assert that lilt. Irrr s Hair Dye is
suerior to ail otlierx and to prove it we pive testi-
mouy ora celebrated llair l'.'enser. who has used
the various compounds recommended for coloring
the haa- for twenty-hve years.
IN THE SUPERIOR COIJRT.
E, A. Hendricks,
A aaingt I
Joseph A Hendricks Susan Summons
Rue, Caiml ne Slioaf, wife of for Relief.
David Shouf, and Louisa Stoker J
THE STATE OF NORTH COROLINA.
Ta the Sheriff of Davie County Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon
Joseph A Hendricks, Susan Rice, David Shoaf
and Lameline Shoaf and Louisa Stoker, tlie de
fendants above named, if they be found within
your couuty to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Suerior Court for the county of Davie,
within twenty days after the service of this
summons on them, exclusive of the dav of such
sea vice, and answer the complaint, a copy of
wnun win tie deposited in the omce of the Clerk
of the Superior Court for said county, within ten
d iys from thedate of this semmons.'and let them
take notice that if they fail to answer the said
complaint within that time, the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the
Herein fail not and of this summons make
Given under mv hand and seal of said Court,
this 30th dav of Nov. 1876.
H. D. HOWARD, C. S.C.
It appearing from affidavit filed thnt Susan
llicc, one of the defendants named in the above
luminous is a non-resident of this State, and
that her place yn residence is unknown. It is
ordered llrat service of said summons be made
by publication for six successive weeks, in tho
"Carolina Watchman," a newspaper published
in Salisbury, N. C
II. B. HOWARD,
Clerk Superior Court, Davie Countv.
Hereof fail not and of this Summons make
Ciiven under my hand and seal this 21st day
f If .... 1 o- f - J
vi iiay, iot.
L. E. JOHNSON.
Clerk of the Superior Court of Davidson
County and Jud:e Probate.
JOHN H. WELIiORN, Attornev.
Centrally Situated y
Oa t"xao F-u.'tello Squaro
SALISBURY, N. O.
pRB ROUSE U in the centre or busineit1
JL aud tw nearest to the demr.
Tulle as good as the best.
Scr cants attentive and polite. V
Biard per day $1 SO
Single Meals. Lf
ISpecial Contracts for alonger term.
Omnibus to and from all trains.
Best lavery Mable near at hand.
GPThe uodersigneJ tenders his thanks tw
many friends who bare called on him at the
MAXsio.t.aud assures them that no effort shall
be spared to make their future visits pleasant.
CT The Traveling Public vriU. always fiud-'
pleasaut quarters aud refreshing fare-
, - WM. UOWZEE.
Feb. 3, 187G. 17:tf
25 FAltrC'S' CARDS all stylet
with uauie lOcts. post paid. J. R. HrjRTED,
Nassau. Reus. Co., N. Y. 48 4w
UNITED STATES -
GEiri F. ilSAL
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postage free. Sold by all drugeists aa4
country stores. Offiee,' 106- North Eutaw
Street, Baltimore. Md. RKFEREXCE : G.
J. LESTER, Cashier Howard Bank. Balti
more, Md. - 4w.
OUT SELLING IMMENSELY TRE
CENTEMIAL . EXPOSITION
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
The only complete, richly xUuxtratcd.lovc price
work, ;u pages, only ;o. Treats ot the
entire history, grand buildings; wonderful ex
hibits, curiosities, great days etc. The best
chance ol 100 years to com money fast, as every
body wants tit is work. 1 ,000 agent aDDointed
first four weeks, 5,000 wanted. For full par
ticulars address qnickly, 4w.
HcnuARi) Bros., Ptud., 3i3 Sausom St.,
piTTrnjniT Be not deceived by prematnr
UiiU 1 lull b oks, assuming to be ''official"
ArcrsTA, Ga., November 4, 1871.
Pear Sir: As a lla'r " Pressor for twentv-five
e.irs, )-th in Europe and, A inerira.' I have used
II kinds ol hair dyes, and I am liar.nv to say tliat
vours is siiiierior to any I have ever seen. For sev
eral yean 1 have used it with the greatest sati.fac
tion to myself aud eiistomers.
F,tfa Hjr j)reSscr.
The Oldest and Best Restorer
is Found in Using it.
Wood's Improved Hair Restorative
is Unlike any cither, sud has no tMpial. The
mproved has new vegetable tonie proper
ties ; restores grey hair to a glossy, natural
color ; restores faded, dry. harsh aid falling
hair ; restores, dresses, gives igor t the
hair ; restores hair to prematurely bald heads;
removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruptions;
removes irritation, itching and scaly dryness.
No article produces such wonderful effects.
Try it. call ' for Wood's Improved Hair
Restorative, aud don I be put off with any
other article. Sold by all druggists i:i this
place aud dealers everywhere Trade sup
plied at manufacturers' prices by C. A.
Cook 6c Co.. Chicago, Sole Agents for the
Uuitnd States and Canadas, aud by J. F.
Henry. Gurrau & C New York. 51
" FIRST RANK
Of uch iRstrumeRts
The MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO.
have the honor to announce tJiat the organs
of their manufacture have been unanimously
i niu. riuet ivi.r :., i. ci.-v
rri. , . , r.. . i asMiyueu uie i uwi n.in n iii 111c oi,i-
A lie eurapesi SlIUUlLl iAHONlU ""BK I v'ii i r P KITlvS tt iiwlnnnonii f tl.o
111 J 1 v t o . a l''! I aj uvy W Aa. a. vs uinnoiovm.i v
puo.iMiea iu ine unneu oiaies : x.igni pa- r,w, bv tlie r.ld$reii lhe CENTENNIAL
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANGEROU8
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
a sure reinedv for COUGHS, and all diseases
of the THROAT,- LUNGS, CHEST and
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C N. CRITTENT0N, 7 Sixth4 Avenue,:
New York. w 4:4r
ATTENTION ALL !
GREaVT BANKRUPT SALE OF
On receipt of 50 cents we will send by
mail, Hstpaid. all of the following prices of
Kes. thirty-two broad Columns and ouly K.v HIHITIOX nt lhiladelohia. ISTfi. and are
tl.-'ifl tier vnnr sir mrtMlTia 7:" iutit I .1 rwt v 1 v"ri'Vfi:vTj ni.1 tiiu ni'V
ra7lHli:tl.lw AFWnt W.mJ 1.. ,.nr..Ji.MMi a r a iv piivn 'C 1 1 1 i pavk- Jewelry, viz : I pair Gold I lated Engraved
-- " - - v. vnu.a.-o 1 .lliniiui.i lino 11.14111. . I, .. . n , J n . CL1-.
in id. Ithii.,1 fii.io. t, xn. ti,:. r.-.i, .t,r i. ,1 Sleeye Buttons, one set Gold r ronl Shirt
,u i.... . ...:n 1 : v...i.. l. 1 i...r r.i '...o Studs. 1 collar stud. 1 Weddinir Rinir. I
and address E. A. W ILSON. juries ever assembled. Ji,'U lrt" )V ach Ch,a " 1 R
8-tf Greensboro, N. G. Thev have also received the MEDAL, but, rai ,x-ari nu. we oner tins ukbat
as is well known, medals ol eipial merit have uargaiu merely 10 uraw auention 10 our
I . I --.,1 I I b.1 .1 .-.kin.l tptet hu i I Lnci iiocj uc iaa u io o II Lrinla fit txu titKttS
I U K u I recognition; 60 that it will be easy for many and jewelry at low prices. Seud for CatA-
. . .. ...... , . ..
TTTTTcr-D Awn TJUTrirTt nTT AriTrw makers to advertise tliat tnev nave received Mosj'-e.
nrst medals. wwiiJO ex. i uruauway, i. x. uj.
The differences in competing articles, and
their comparative excellence, are recognized AGENTS WANTED for the STORY of
in the Reports of the Judges, Irom which the
following is an extract:
Fifty pages 300 Illustrations, with Descrip
tions of thousands of the Itest Flowers and Veg
etables in the world, and the way ta grow them
all for a Two Cknt postage stamp. Printed
in German and English.
Vick'S Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a
PHfiRI FY TnSfi
" THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN J Al
CO.'s exhibit of Eeed Organs and Har- .. , , . r - 4 , .
VieV Flower and VetaWe Garrlpn moniums snows instruments oi tne ' r . . Vi , j
50 cJnfs in 2 n eVegartf lol h coverf $1 (5' FIRST RANK IN THE SEVERAL RE- " ' "Kv-V V-"" " J2-
oo ceii i in paper, iu victim i umii cover. ,ci.w. TTToTmro ta TWCPTjnuiJWPO AU eitinir SMreti. With Fnn-SimilM lttra
UUiOiiiiO ui iiioiftujuwuo wi -j,, ,,""; V, rw
THE CLASS; Vi2,: Smoothness and aud Illustrations. Outsells all other Books,
equal distribution of tone, scope Of Oncajjeut took 50 orders iu one dayi Terms
expression, resonance, and singing qual- liberal. Address. John E. Potter ic Co.,
Address J A M ES V ICR, Rorcester, N. Y.
HIGH PRICES FOR COTTON
The Hon. Alexander H. Stephens s-iys:
The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proveu
a most valuable reined r to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, sa vs:
I shall always use it with pel feet Conti
dei ce, and recoinuieud it to the itublic as a
remedy which will afford that satisfaction
experieneed by me and miue. It exceeds
everythiiu; for t oughs, colds aud obstiuate
Ex-Gov Bnwn, of Ga.. says: "He finds
t; e Glob" Flower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsement by our great and good
men deserves the attention of the attl.cted.
Those sufferiug from cotisrii, colds aud luug
affections should use the Globe Flower
Cough i Syrup. It will positively cure con
sumption. For sale by Theo. F. Kluttz.
and Laurens, but to-night a telegrara from tory; of electing;' a President, not by a
Columbia stating tWat . the Supreme Court of majority bf the jjotes actually cast, but
; is caruesiiy uesireti. the Mate had imprisoned ana nneu 4i,ouu eacn i uj ujij " t""-j
WALTER SCOTT, JR. J and, every member if the rxscally board, makelpoet Ulda ongli't to hav beeu cast."
The roost miserable beings in th world
are those sufferiug fioin Dyspepsia aud Liver
More than seventy-five per cent of the
people in the Uuited States are afflicted with
these two diseases aud their effects : such as
Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual
Costiveness. Palpitation of the Heart. Heart
burn. Water-brash, gnawing and burning
pains at the pit of the Stomach. Yellow Skin,
Coated Tongue and disagreeable tate in the
mouth, coming up of food after eating, low
spirits ixe. Go to your Druggist Theo. F.
Kluttz, Salisbury, and get a 75 cent Bottle
of August Flower or a Sample Bottle for
10 ceuts. Try it Two doses will relieve
Low Prices for Goods.
itv. freedom and Quickness in action Publisheis. Philadelphia.
v.n . :v A.. V. '
oi Ksys ana oeiiows, wiin muruugu
nos of workmanship, combiaed
with simplicity of action " Signzd
bu ullthe Judijes.) The Mason aud Ham
lin Organs are thus declared to rank first, not
irr one or two respects only, but in the SEV
ERAL REQUISITES ot such instruments,
and thev are the ONLY ones assigned this
rank. This triumph was not uuexjiected, for
the Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs have
uniformly been awarded he highest honors
in competitions in America, there having
been scarcely six exceptions in hundreds of
competitions, lhev were awarded lushest
MASON & HAM
Have cen Unanimously assigned the
CALL AND SEE OUE NEW STOCK '"" '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
CHEAPER to tie CHEAPEST.
Paris 1867; Vienna 73 Saitiap 75;
and have thus beeu awarded highest houors
ALL WE ASK IS AN EXAMINATION. EVCI'V WOl'llTS Exposition
HAUNEY & E0SS.
Salisbury, N. C.
Oct. 11, 1876. (52: Ira.)
at which they have beeu exhibited; beiug
OKLir AIvTEXlXCAXX ORGANS
which have ever obtained
at any competition with best European makers, or
In any European World s exposltlou .'
NEW STYLES, with Improvements, exhibited at
the CEKTKN'N'IAL: eJecrant new eases in irreat va-
W II EAT Sec I rlety. Prices very loweM consistent with best mate-
lnstalLaients, or rented until rent pays. AWy Or
gan tenrrantM to gitsz entire 'atit 'action to ecert renn
oHnble purchaser or THE HOMEY KEFCSDFD. ILLUS
TltATEl) CATALMi.l?ES sent free.
MASOX & HAMLIX ORGAN CO. 154 Tremont
Street, Boston; 25 Union Square, New York: so and
sa Adams street, Chicago; 37 (ireat tarllrou?U
Street London; 82 Backer Strasse, Vienna ; 1 U Col
lins Street, Melbourne.
Sept. 21, 1st ly
Pare Italiaa Qieeas $3,06
FOUR FOR $10.00
Sale arrival and purity
Italian stocks $13.50 each.
HIVE r.2.5 0 EACH
Old fort. X. C.ilay 10. tf
THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WIT?
"Where AdvrLUU.ti CoulracU caa be uue
SEVERAL REQUISITES M
Ol such Instruments, at .Uf
U. S. CENTENNIAL, 187G,
and are the only organs assigned this rank.
Their superiority is thus declared, not in oho
or two respects ouly, but iu all the iinpor
taut qualities of au orgau. A Medal aud
LMnloina has also beeu awarded them, but
medals of equal valne were awarded all
articles deemed worthy of recognition 80
that lira n y makers can advertise "Resit jned,
als" or "lushest awards."
Comparative rack in excellence, has been
determined by the Judges' HMrts alone.
iu which the MASON & - 1IASLLIN OR
GANS are Uuauiinously assigned vThe
FIRST RANK iu the several requisites"
of such instruments, and are the ouly onep
assigued this ranit. See Judges' HeporUj.
Tlits result was uot unexpected, for thfse
trgans have Uni'ornrty taken highest award,
iu such coinpetiiiotfs", lhere beiug de$$ than
six exceptions in hundreds of comparison.
Thev were awarded first medals, aud bighj
est houois at Far 8 18457. Vienna 1873,
Santiago 1875. Fhiladelphia 187G; haviof
thus beeu awarded highest honors at Every
World's Exposili 'ii at which the'y have eoni
peted. aud beinir the ouly American organ
which ever obtained any award Lu Europ.
NEW STYLES with iuijiroveme,ntf ej
hibited it the CENTEN V LAL eat
pew cases in grjeat variety. jFricea fffry
lowest .wHisistent .vith best material and
workumwsbip." Organs sdd for cash or In
sti ihiienU. or rented-until reut pays Every
prgan warranted to gire entire atifactio t4
eery reastrttable ju cha-cr or I ue . 4Uiey r
l-f....Jl 1 1 i i STUATKD UATA WHica-a
u v, . .
f' MASON HAMLIN -OR AN CO.--IM
Trooion Street, Ioslon; zo l iuo Iu.c. j.w
York; tm and 82 Adams Strtit, Chicago, iii