. .IT -.y-a, .-? - V- V 1 A" . ; 'V'-'" -; - ,,4- " ' . ;.-! ' - j ; . j. ., ; " ."" ' t 4 '' 4-'":, '-.-Vl' : 1 " - i
L O C A if.
'DECEMBER 28. IS76.
ThosennJeUtolthe firm of McCain,,
U .VDean. eia.er by account, noteornt- for hig w
. ' 1 .T-mjul Vat a I mill 121 V I II I II I T- I . . . . . .
' ire hercoy - i "- round as best he could under such tryins cir
diteW. s n? olher noXlce " n g
ioiimi Meeting. The Teacher's 'Meeting
advertised for 27tb inst adjouned' to Friday
night and Saturday, 5th an J 6th of January.
Addresses expected. V.; i, ?f ".
One of onr voting bachelor friend?, of - fine
moral character, was accidentally caught slip
ing his dainty foot in a fine calf skin boot
without any stockings. Being interrogated he
tried to explain by raying that a "big fat rat"
had carried offhia stockings and deposited them
known, and that, ad it was not the
asher-woman, he had to fbufBe
on all Mortgitges, 'Notes and
l.i...,n 4;ht a lV us expires j"
irt"M"v - - .11 .i
f.n persons so indebted to us win P".-ae
' U and ? tttp either ,J)y Cnshor Note at
I This wetvift deeti sufficient notice.
. j -
f BUdiNKSS NOTICE.
All who arein'Jebled to us by note or ac
.,nire: earnestly requested to make imme
aiate rt-t'lU nient. Further notice will not be
V KLUTTZ& KENDLEMAN.
Kot. 22, 1S70. "(G:lm)
All persons tnd
lbtl to us 1y not1 or ac-
r . ... i
.n 1 ..,L-.. i r , . I n t t Qltt I It-
..ntre m.lineu w miv i r-
between this date and first of Jany
nrxt. . We will r' '""r iudulgeiice.
Our trms re cash au.Matter. and t those
w rcredit CQ 'diijs-lime is siven and prompt
mrel. at expirHtiot. f rhe tinie.
cumstances. At jast, after a deal ot uneasiness
about ihe feet, he uv-onder, and bought an
other pair. If he ever finds those carried oft"
by the rats, he will then own three pair (!)
t y ', O
' ChrUtma tree last Monday night in the
Presbyterian sessiou house was a sncoew, not
withsndinglhe deep snow. A few ladies aiid
gentlemen went to work Monday morning and
arranged a small tree in the session 'house in
stead of the church. It was really beaut fill and
far exceeded 4he expectation of those who saw
it. A great portion of the presents and orna
ments did not arrive though they were order
ed from New York in ample time.
The Christmas tree in the Luthern church
was also a success, considering the -inclemency
of the weather.
Hanged. Win. Meisemer was executed in
Statesvllle Jail, FrtJay last, at I J o'clock, pVm.
It is unnecessary to recount t le crime for which
he died, as it is doubtless well kjnown to' pur
readers. He made a full confession of it lb tee
hours before his deaths Said hej did not go to
Mrs. Heilig's with the intension of killing her;
but having been provoked to strike her one
blow with n stick she threatened to Report his
conduct to her two sons, and this madeTiim
throw her in the well while she wns drawing
water, or. working at the welf-wheel and chain.
He thinks she went down head foremost,
He met his fate without feait ; bui whether this
was the result of a mind at peace with God, or
a stolid indifference is not
He was a bad man from his
ernable as a child, we learn
ling the business of his later years. He was only
about 25 years old.
youth up ungov
; and made gntnb
Do you take TJie Sunny South?
A. J. MOCK, f- CO.
;:(0 days. .
Persons whose paper? are marked with a
: I - .. ..t i - , c :
X mark iu pencil, will unuersiaixi nom n
that they are due us f.Ir the paper, and
i It enowed. '
We've liad falliiig weather.
The funeral of the little son of Mr. A.Parker
took place at the Pre-byterian church last
thought this was a epoit
clusively to the couiiMy towns and rural
distiicts. Joe Caldwell is go recently
from t lie country we are not surprised lie
should lead in a cotton tail cliase through
Fuyeitevi.Ie street. -Go i: while yoa.ate
. j--- , DIED. ! ; ;
In Stanley county, recentlr. Nanxie Par.
ker, daughter of the late Isaac Parker, aged
about 12 years. i l i:
Fannie L., wife of DJb. Oueev. denrfo(l
this life Dee., the 6th, 1S76. Aged 40 years.
aim iii,s. ieaTing a nusoanu
and four children to tnorp her losa.
Thejog was so lene on Wednesday morn
ing that -you could not .-ee a house 50 yards
from you. .
The bait at "tl'ie National Hotel Tuesday
'night wa a success though it only lasted till
j ' -o
Mr. W Tiumple and James Jlorsh, students
of Davidson Cllfge, are spending the Holidays
at home. Charlie Crawford, student at Trinity,
is also in the city.
-::,'P-U i ' o
By actii:d count there wa just 17,439 rabbits
and one squirrel killed iu Kwan on Xmas
dar. Tliere is no guess work about this mat
ter its perfectly translucent.
The inclemency of the weather caused the
Se Yfk Olympic Xrniipe to give two free
ho.ws wlule here ther promised to pay the
.'winter bill in Iialeigti
The 'jingle of the merry sleigh-leils i kept
freoh iA our'ear. r nun ejirly dawn to 10 p. n .
the sleigh with laughing belles glide merrily
If not, send for if immediately. It is the
universal iavorne, ana alii ooutherners are
proud of it. Let a lare club b raised without
delav in this community. lit is the onlv illus
trated literary weekly in the South, and the
press and people everywhere urute in prormun
cing it the equal in every . respect of ; any similar
publication in America. Ihe best Uterarv
taleist of the whoe country,) North and South,
is vniiiis: tor it, iiiid it h:ei something each
week t.-.r .vii classes ol reuilt-s. It stories are
superior in literacy mw it, aiijd equal iirtlirilling
interest V lliose )! anv othcB I i! er, and its es
ItABBIT HUNTING Welearu from vsnpon all sui.Jeeta'arelrijiu the best mind,
!'! the age. j
Ilnleigh papers that the "hoys'' have hi addition to ihrilliug ncjw stories, a series
been running rabbits in IhaL ci'y. " We,;i"';iii!lllt rtibjH "11 h iv"'". Ut
vi-iUjju-u tvuu xa.LLics 91 biiu ii my ui
Tennessee, by ( olonel 15. V. Fkouki., h dis-
tingiiished military engitieetj of that army in all
its trying times, l licse papers will explain all
the movements of GeneraM Johnston, Hood
and Sherman. Don't miss ajny of he numbers.
They will read like a fascitiHtinz romance.
New and exciting stories are beginning every
week or two. i ' ' '
State and local agents arej being appointed
everywhere, but let each eoim inanity form a
clnh at once and send for te ii,ii-r. Having
The IJia Centennial Snow. We don't p.ied sii4-.-esTully through jtwooi'the hardest
, . , ... f .. r.-. .. i. .i . - years we .-! iii ever see, il now challenges the
wish to disgust any ot ur tiieuds, male or - . . . ,. .' . e
-. J admiralion and uiiliuiited Ipi.-ort ot the pFT-
temale, with the hig snow uturni by annex- ne Ti)e ,rjle js n ve.,ri iu vu of )nr
ii.ir Centennial to it. It is certaiulv highly and upwards get it for S2.51H Address J no. II
riir.tMblt. fithfi--u-itb i r uithont that ore- eals, Atlanta, iiA.
hx. Yv the sake of Compromise, "d as a
matter of record, we have to say it Com
menced between 12 and 1 o'clock, A. M.
Sunday tnoruing, and continued all day Suu-
day and part of Sunday night. It was as
light a eider down, ami by the measure
meut of various persons, langed between 10
inches aim oue foot. The trains are huv-
ing hard work t make time ; indeed they
are failing to do it. T. e cuts must be till d
very deep in some places, stud il will require
time and labor to plow thein out.
Patriotism, pretty girls and an earnest work
er at a fire are things to be admired. We have
it; the first letter of his name is Lewis. He
owns one of these Hancock ' tire extinguishers
and is always on the alert when there is any
fire about. One morning last week before he
had gotten up, he spied through his window
what he tuotTto lie a fire. Out of bed he
sprang, grabbed his extinguisher and away he
Hew at a break neck qeed, (never once think
ing of his appearance. Vi would have taken
him for a mason and an !d fellow too, . for he
; had an apron before and behind,) arriving at
the fire he discovered that his neighbor was
only killing hogs and did not want the tire put
out. He looked a little disappointed as he
It is with sadness and deep Sympathy for
the bereaved familv that we" record the
death of little Jinimie Sloan, eon of Satnl.
A. & Sarah J. Sloan, who died Now 24th.
& i f -. 1 .
oi memuranous croup,; aged 7 years 9 nio's.
and 10 days. His mission on earth was, in
deed, a short one Iikefa shadow, no sooner
come than gone. '
Yet, he performed : faithfully the little
part allotted to him byjGjod.
He lived in strict oUedience to his pa
rents "Honoring his lather and mother."
He was always gentle and kind to his little
sisters, brothers and friends.
At school he was never known to utter
an unkind word, bat was loved by his in
structor and play-mates. He had a brilliant
mind and bid fair to perform a .useful part
in the world but God in hU Infinite wis
doni saw.best to removefliim' hence. Just
betore he died he sung that sweet sons. "O.
now I love Jesus." f ,
lie has lett behind him his dear ones who
mourn for him ; but he has gone to that
loving Savior to join the Angelic Choir to
sing me songs oi the HceKtmed.
. His Teaciieu.
Pear is the spot whe, e Jinimie sleeps
And sweet thesu'ajrtx wbich xneis pour.
my way siion a weiu atigul u weep
He not iot but gone betore.
Tn TTT ... '
u. r or Ji. ill ir Liiasa. we are now t
prepared to furnish ail classes &ith v.nstnt7
employiiint at home, the whole of the tiim. L
or for their snare moment. Itninu L
ight and profitable. Persons of Vi.htr
easily earn from 50 cents to $5 per evening,
and a proportional sum bv devoting thJTr
Muhole time to fh- business. IJots and tsirls
earn nearly as mucli as men. Tlfat all
who see this notice may send their address,
and test the business we make this unpar
alleled offer; T sneh a runnt u-ull
tied we will send ore dollar to nav for th
trouble of wrftinjrj Full particulars.' sam
ples worth several dollars to commence work
on, and a copy of Home ami Fireside, rr,e of
the largest and befit Illustrated Publications,
all sent free by mail. Header, if you want
perniauent. profitable work address, Geo it ik
Stixson & Co., Portland, Maiue.
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
STOCK MANSION HOUSE
COME AND SEE !
BUGGIES FOR SALE,
All Grades & Classes.
TPTJX-mJLm Ij I TNT 33
At Wholesale and Retail.
NOW IN STORE AD ARRIVING
; do New Orleans .
The edition for 1877 of thie sterling Medical
Annual, known as 1 lost ett erf s Almanac, is now
ready, and may be obtainedj free of cost, of
druggists and general country dealers in all
parts. of the United States ami British Amer
ica, and indeed in every civ tilled jwrtion oi I (
the Western Hemisphere, jit combines, with ,
the soundest practical advice for the preser
vation and restoration ot health, a large
amount of interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, ! astronomical cal
dilations, chronological items, &c, are pre
pared with great care, ami will le found en
tirely accurate. The issue if Hosteller's Al
manac for 1877 will probabjy le the largest
edition of a medical i work ever published in
any country. The proprietors, .Messrs. Hos
teller & Smith, Pittsburgh, Pav on receipt of
a two cent stamp will forward a copy ly mail
to" any person who cannot procure one in Ids
SALliUirtE .M A 11 K Ely .
Collected b'J.--M. iv.Nux fc Co.
December 20, 170.
: stains . 89
Bacqn, exjunty, hog round 15
CnicKKNs per do.cr. .: il.50cfif2.00
Corn .market well supplied 50
Meal, moderate demand at 60(70
Wheat good demand at 850 1.10
Flouk market stocked best fam. $;J.2.
;; suikt, 3.00
Potatoes Inrsir 75
Onions no demand 75
I,AKD-v'! j " 12i15
Hav-- ' :V40
Beeswax '.'') 28(30
lil.At KKKRKtKS Ci7
Aiti.ks. dried i 4(6
Coffee - 25
I have, on band. Btiggi s which I wili
?ell at the lowest cash prices, and" as low.
or lower than any other establishment in
North Carolina, according to grade. All
kiuds of repairing done, at short notice.
Those wish ng any thing in my line,
would do well to c tll and seer me, before
puTrhasing elsewh. re as I 'am d etfff miml t-
not to be outdone either in prices or quality
of work in the State. Call on nv at Frank
lin Academy, 4 miles N. W. of Salisbury,
N. C. C. L. REEVES.
J:uly, 12 6 mo.
J. GILDER KEHNEH.
House, Sign,- and Ornaraeutal
Graiiini & Frescoii a Specialty.
All letters addressed to the under
Bead and Learn for Yourself.
Many valuable discoveries and much use
ful knowledge is kept fnm the world, be
cause of the imuteiise exjieuse in tuakint;
them kii uvu to the pe.pl This is not the
ease with Boschf.e'k GeUman Svui p. al-
though but a- few Jew is introduced into 1 1 1 i
J.' A. OLODFKLTIiR'l. tO.
Wholesale and Retail Deslers in
Or ALL KIXD.,
8p'is.l orient mule from Photographs in our
e will oe snppiiea.. l
Also Agents fr the Remington Sewing Machine
the .most penect and light runntng Machine in the
mirket. They have no rot iry cams, cog whee's or
lever aims to liiake a noise, rim haid. or pet out of
.order, 'e warrant every Maidiine. If tliey don't
please we take them back; and return the money,
i.'a'l befoie buying and see them. K : ly
at Kemersville, N. C, will b
Work done by contract or by the day;
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Address
J. GILMER KERNER,
Kemersville, N. G.
tlio Xxx"fclio Square
SALISBURY, N. C.
'IIIE HOUSE' is iu the centr of businej
X aud Ei?"4iearest to the depot.
Tabic as good cry tficbest.
Servants attentive and polite.
Board per dar -. $1 oO
Singh; Meals 5r
rsSpecial Contract.-, for a longer term.
Omnibus to and from all train.
Best Livery Stable near at hand.
10 diiz. Leinon Syrup,
50 boxes Adamantine Candles
25 liases Soap,
75 Cases Oysters
, 20 cases Brandy Peaches,
20 Fresh IWhe
IU " Pine Apples,
Coils Cotton and Jjite Rupe
40 Doz. Painted Pails.
40 Gross Flasks
1.500 lbs. Caudy
50 Kegs Powder
50 Bas Shot
100 Reams Wrapping Paper
j0 Doz. Scotch Ale
A full line of Wood and Willow Ware,
Boots. Shoes, Hats. Saddles & Bridies. Axes.
Gnus, Pistols, tec. tVe.
Also, a large !ht of-Canned Goods, a
choice selection of French Candies, Salt.
Pepper, Spiee, Ginger. Koyal Baking Pow
ders. I'ais'Mis. Currants. Fie. Citrons, Nns
Sardiues. Coeoamits. Pickles. Sauces. Cal-
s'lll. Potted Me.it. dv'ioetie. T.ttlllerS and
Machine Oils.J.dquors of all k'n.ds. Arc. &c.
The above Sti.ck was lioiiylit at the close
of the season -at greatly n .lured pr'u es. and
is offered at Wholesale S: Betail at very
Salisbury, N. C, June 12, 1870.
riTThe nmlersigne;! te:ulcr his thanks to
many friends who hare cai'.viT .i; 1 iu; ;.l the
Mansion. and assures them that no elfort shall ;
be spared to make their future visits pleasant.
CVriie TravelitifTPnhlie vrill always fiud '
pleasant quarters and refreshing" fa re.
Feb. 3, l7b I7:tf -
xn wad vjch tisemexts.
as TATSICir CARDS alt styha
with name lOcts. post paid". J.B. IIl'RTIJD,
Nassau. Kens. Co.. N. Y. 4ti 4r
QCfin A MONTH to Active
J)JUU Letter C.p ing Book
men selling our
No prfs or
copy worth S-'?.fM
FliEEv- 8e4d-tamp f.-r eirrula'-. EXCEL
SIOU M F'G. O.. Ll Madison aud 133
Dearborn St.. Chicago. 4w.
Some one stde a rabbit from B. W. Price's
iFtaod the oilier dav. He wishes to inform tire
chap that next tiaie he will have his eyes open
and be on the lookout for hurt..
.See J. A.Clodfelter & (Vs ad. He h a
wll selected stock1 of everything to be found in
V firHjlass furniture store. A great variety of
(brackets, wall pocket and the like.
DV'ji.-We learn from the Lenoir Topic
that Barbara Bernhardt, wife of M. A. Bero
bardt, uf tlia ptuce, o"ieti in 1'hiladelphia, Pa.
sopte days ago,of dnipsy. Her remains were
ciiried t Lenoir for burial.
.I- , , , . . i ,, - , country its sale How reaMnes in every town
ralked home, his teeth clattering, the gravels I . .f. . ,. . , . .
' , . , . . . aud village in the U. n. Itl woiideitul su
lurting his tender feet and the winds flapping .( curil(g rI1,ulu,)tin1 Vf.re Coughs.
his aprons. We guess the next time he wants
to extinguish himself he won't take the fire
The Wilmington 'Star says the County Com
miiwioners had a meeting aud unanimously
elected Urown, County Surveyor, after which
Itheytooka recess. 'iah for that board but
nrzt lime they meet it will bo a bad set a re
Gu ruing board.
f .!: . 4 4
.; . Mi . . O
j " ! -. -
f "Cj? die tune ti pick yourself p ;
mention -moderate descriptive adjective
bli.k . .. i ii . .
t u"ui juur ncr fiuics; I.mik arollliil to see
how inany saw- it, w alk on and think . hat i
hard tiuie George Washington had about a
Hundred years agiwheii he made that tramp
to Cauada iu just such A no as this.
Ki the earnest stlicitaticn of several friends,
!e nj,te Uie following statement it is not
necewary to state to what class it is applicable:
f'ff lie hard ware "stoies cr.u le found
nhot-gun,., lynches and flasks. Those friends
j of ours are the unfortunate
more pf the alwve named articles, which thev
reseldooj aLleto find in their places when
Prof. H. T.-J. Ludick. has decided t.
r renuiu i (.-,v MI1(J t.,ltine jjjj,' pel,,,,,!,
i U Uitetided goiog to South Carolina : 4iext
yf- His school will open e.u the 31 of
!' j4UUry 1877. Wre liq.e his school will be
I - p i -rMeariuan a was. tuts,; and we
, Mpeak for htm a liberal patronage. He
i has" rivun - .. .
j e vu eaiisiacuou to all since
Sl'PERINTEXflF.N'T OF I.NSAXE; A citizen
of Grativ lie, writing iu the Xetcs, of Dec.
24th. speaks iu high terms of the qualifica
tions of Dr. Grissotu for the -"place he fills in
the Insane Asylum. We believe these are
generally admitted, though it is said the
Doct. is a high liver, aud that some of the
expenditures charged to the Asylum are
verye.travgant and of doubtful utility.
We t avv heard of brandy at 810 a bottle
which were uot for-medical purposes, fur in
stance. If the people had to pay such a
price for such tu aitiele. it ought to be
shown that it was really uecessary. We
are in favor of retaining Dr. Grissoin unhss
there is good reason for a change. But iu
the latter ease his friends should uot desire
DinO In this town. Tuesday evening
last. Mr. Hugh Culverhoiise, ag-ed about 70"
The deceased was one of the oldest in
habitants of the town. He was however
only a relict of his former self, haviug been
wrecked by disease both mentally and physi
cally, many years ago. "And yet he was
Tuot totally incapacitated for the performance
of little othees. lie was fond of goiug to
the Post office for. Lis friends, of carrying
messages, and of sK-ial company. Was
foud -jf sporting with the young, all of whom
ever greeted him as uncle Hugh. He !
was kindly taken t are of ny his cluldreu.
and died at last in their midst. lie was au
honest, harmless man, with lutelligeuee and
courage euoiigh to make a choice aud vote
his sentiments at every election in a very
Asthma, and all other diseases of the throat
and luugs. was fiist made kuow n by distrib
uting every year, for threeiyears, over 400,
000 bottles to th utH'ieAvAifreeqfch-irge, by
Druggists. No snch a teist of merit was
ever given bef. re to any other preparation.
Could vouTik more ! Go to your Druggist.
I heo. I. Ivluttz, aud get a bottle for o
cents aud try it. Sample bottles 10 cents
Tlieo, F. Kluttz is giviiit; axty a hand
some book entitled Veafls for the Peo
ple." containing much valuable information,
ami many interesting articles. It a!w con
tains a history of the discovery of the 'Hep
atine." for diseases of the liver, dyspepsia,
constipation ami indigestion. Cc.. and gives
positive assurance thai wlien the Ilepatine
is used it effects a perm-juetit and lastiug
cure of these diseases, widji'h prevail to suh
au alarming extent iu ouir eoiiutrv. Take
the Heiratibe'fur all diseases of the HvefV
J. & H. E0EAH,
- AT XII K
Dr. C. W. BENSON s
(pELEUY and CHAMOMILE PILLS
are prepared espressly to cure Sick Head
ache. Nervous Headache, Dyspeptic Head
ache, Neuralgia. Nervousness. Sleeplessness
and will cure any case. Price 50 ceuts,
postage free. Sold by all druggists and
country stores. - Office. 10(5 North Eutaw
Street. Baltimore. Md. Reference-: G.
J. LEST Eli. Cashier Howard Bank, Balti
more. Md 4w.
OUT SELLING 1M MENS ELY THE
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTJ
The only anujih te. richly
work, .)0 pages, only
entire history, grand l.
hibits, eiirio ties, gr
chance of KM) years t
body wants this work
first lour weeks, o,oi
ticulars ad'lress (pi
Hi p.iiAHi) Bros
MAIN tSTHEET, SALISBURY
All persons indebted to us are respectfully
requested to settle their acCoiltltS at otl' e.
atid all acooiii ts not settled by .Fauy. 10th.
1877. will be put iu the hands of au officer
for collection. If yon owe us anything, we
meau this notice for y'i.
Dec. 1 1 7i:9 4t. ' WALTON ic ROS?.
I oflVr the Ffamiifi'. Office for sale on vcrv
reasonable terms Consisting if a variety of;
type, enough to pririt a Weekly and Tri
Weekly paper a giod Washington Press,
2-1x30 paper size, :i soletidiil slalt. ami all neces
sary elfic furniture and liiture.s; everything
in good working order.
Reasons for selling-i-neccRsitv.
P. S. Will the press please notice?
DA VI 12 UOUXTV
IX TUE SLTERIOU COCRT
E. A. Hendricks,
Joseph A Hendricks. Susan Summons
Rice, Caineline Sltoaf, wife of j for Relief.
David Slioaf, and Louii Stoker j
THE STATE OF NORTH COROLINA.
Ti the Sheriff of Davie County Greeting,:
You a-re hereby commanded to summon
Joseph A Hendricks,' Susan Rice, David; Shoal
and t'ameline Shoal and Louisa Stoker, the de
fendants altove named, if they he found within
your county to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the SuH-rior Courtjfor the county of Davie,
within twenty days after, the -seryice of thi
summons on them, exclusive of the day of such
7.1 VE Jl'ST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK
Most Beautiful Jewelry.
We have just received. the largest and
handsomest stm-k of Jewelry ever exhibited
in Salisbury, ami respectfully invite public
inspection. It com prises, Gobi and Silver
Watches, of all kinds ; Silver Pitchers, Cups,
Castors, Napkin Rings, Forks, Knives, and
Spoons. The finest and most beautiful sets
of Jewelry of all kinds, as Ear-drops, Breast
Pins, Finger Rings. Bracelets, Seals, Lockets.
&c. Ac. Ac.
Also, a lot of plain
Uy with us.
LV I O"
"t, A young man -m tjle cJt who j8 1v no meaf)fj
-p"ger to these parts, is overly fond of
Pm. lie went out on the street; the othci
' in seat eh of his much esteemed delicacy
'en he run against a countryman wholud
fn ,Un,,t omv frieud thought wa what
W., nd Ptri"Sutay he purchased it,
meyhegothonjeh Wag inrorm lhat he
ijd bought coon and one too that was Tery
from age. He now spells coon with a K.
ukMgar in hiH'n. ! '
The Oldest and Best Restorer
is Found in TJsins: it.
Wood' Improved Hair Restorative
is unlike any other, and hjas uo eipial. The
Improved has new vcgetaible tonic, proper
ties; restores grey hair ti a glossy, natural
color; restores fa led. dry-j harsh and falling
hair; restores, drosses, gives vigor to the
hair; restores hair to prematurely bald beads;
removes dandruff, huuiorsj scaly eruptious;
removes irritation, ilidiiugjaud scaly lrj'tiess. seavice, and answer ihe complaint, a c;opy of
N article pro.luces such jwondei ful effects.
Tiy it. call fof Wod'! Improved Hair
Uesbirative, and don't bejjut ojf with any
other article. Sold by all druggists in this
place and dealers everywhere. .Trade up
plied at mauiifacturers' prices; by C. A,
Cook ic Co., Chicago, S(1e Agents for the
fjuited States and Canadis. ami by J. F.
Henry. Gurran cc Co., New York. HI
SOLID GOLD RINGS.
Also, agents ior the celebrated
d&f"the finest glasses madc.53
Will sell as low as any House in the south.
CAIX HERE AND GET YOCU
WiTtll AD CLOCIv KEPAIRlC
done promptly asusual. All work warranted
12 months. Dec. 1G. 1873. 10:tf
Plantation for Sale.
Peace to "uucle
' luesaay the of
UrJ. Dec 27, 7G.
ThkJRe;: SeuooL. We attended an ex
ainiuation f solne)f the pupils of Mr. A
W. Oweu'4 free school last week an ex
amination appoiuted and held without th
chance uf ii-Hkiug special preparation fr a
good showing, and we are pleased Ui eay
the committee ef visitors decided that the
school is doing much good. The pupil
generally acquitted themselves well, aud to
the crenlit of their t-eacher.J
The public are aware of hindrances to the
best progress in all free schools. Dot the
least of which is irregularity ou the part' of
pupils io their attendance. People do not
generally Value anything very high for
which they pay nothing, and it is so in the
ma tter of feuding children to free schools.
CoD6eqaeutly irregularity i the great evil
in such schools, so tbat it ia almost impos
sible to keep classes together long enough
to attain the beBt results. All tb'Dgs Con
sidered, Mr. Owen's school was decidedly
good in its results; and we regret it "ha been
'rineii al J suspended for lack of funds to continue it
ADVICE GU ATI S.
The ILin. Alexander H. Stephens sa:
'The G.loh Flower Cotigfy Syrup has proven
a most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Geofgia. says:
"l shalpalways use It with perfeej Confi
dence, and reconmeud it to the public as a
remedy whicJi will atTordj that satisfaction
experienced by me and ijnine. Il exceeds
eeerythiue fur coughs, colds aud obstiuate
lung affections." .1
Ex-Gov. Brown, erf G. says: "He finds
t'ne Globe Flower Cough iSyrup a most ex
cellent remedy." j ,
Such endorsement by oir great and good
men deserves the attention of the atHieted.
Those suffering from cough, colds aud lung
affections should use tke Glolte Flower
Ciojgh Syrnp It ill po$itively cure eoa
For sale by Theo. F. Klutft.
which will be deposited irvt he office of the Clerk
of the S per ior Courtiiir saldcountyj within ten i
daysfnuHihed.ueof (his sommouatnl let them
take notice thai if ihvy fail to answer the said
Miiijdaiiit within thai lime, the Plaintiff will
apply tothe Court for the relief demanded in the
coinplaiui. 4 "...
Herein fail not and of. this siimmona make
due return. :
(iivn under my hand and seal of said Court,
this i0ih dav of Nov; 187.
II. B. HOWARD, C. S.C.
It appearing from affidavit filed that Susan
Kice, one of the defendant named in the above
summons is a non-resident of this Stale, and
that her place of residence is unknown. It is
ordered that service of said summons be made
by publication for his' successive week, in the
"Carolina Watchman," a newspaper published
in Saliidmrv, N. (J. h
i .... ;i II. B. HOWARD,
Clerk Superior Court, D.ivie County.
8:6t. pd, i
At the residence of Mrs SarabjF Locke,
the Bride?BOther; Decl9tbbjf4the Rev.
R W BdytlHlf Henry O Ltparf nd Miss
SallUP Locked , : fv--.
By the same,, Dec 20th,; at the residence
of the bride's fther, Mr ltebt Fleming
and Misa Mary C. eldest daughter of Mr J
D Johnston. i I
The cheapest STRICTLY MASONiq PAPER
publishetl iu the United States! Eight pa
gem, thirty-two broad columns aud only
$L5fl ptr year, six moaths 75 ceuts."
fcJT"iieliabIe Aeents Wanted to .cauvass
every Lodge in the United States, to whom
the best terms trill be given. Efclose stamp
aod Addes E.A.WI LSON.
-g.ff - Greensboro. N.G.-
glttonwii at faiu,
;G E'NTE N H S A L
World's Ezposition, 1876
IN Til E
Of such Instruments !
The MASON & HAMLIN OKGA N CO
have the honor to anuounee that the orgain
of their manufacture have been niiuninioiitdv
asfisned "ihe FIRST HANK in the. SEV
ERAL KEQUlSTrES of instruments of the
class" hv the Judges at the CENTENNIAL
EXHIBITION at Philadelphia. KSTfl, and are
theONLY IN STUM ENTS UK Tills (JEN-
EKAL CLASS AWAKDEI) Tills HANK.
This is .".Iter the severest i-om petition l.y l tie
lest" makers, before one of the most competent
juries ever assembled.
They luive also received the'. MEDAL, but,
as is well known, medals of ecpial merit have
beetTa warded all articles deemed worthy of
recognition ; so that it will be easy for many
makers to advertise lhat they have received
The differences in competing articles, and
their comparative excellence, ;ire recognized
' in the Reports of ihe Jude-1, !i.ai vhh h the
following is an extract :
" THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN
The Undersign! offers for sale the plan-1 CO.'s exnibit oi Keett urgans ana nar-
fition which he foruierlv lived upon, lying . la oniuins snows iusli uuic ins oi me
aiistury t e.neraw. ju nines ou iuccjji m mTrn nr a e? .
of whieh there is about one half wo d laud,
the other portion is meadow, pasture and
til.ible land. Toere is on the premises a
iooj dwelliua:. good' barn, and all uecessa
ry out-buildings. Also a good Well aud
iriuwl wnrincrs ill Veil IhII t .
Apv 1erson wishing purchase land ! and thev are the ONLY on.-s 0i,-d ihU
would' do well to call ou the undersigned at j nk . Thin triun.pl. was m.i unexpected tor
. , ,. , rP , .;n i. . i ... K.i!t i lie the Mason A: llaiiilin ( ahii.ct Ortans have
Sah.-burv. terms Mill oe mane to suit me . . ,
a. iir iii m
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANGEROUS ' 1
WELLS CARBOLIC TABLETS.
a sure remedy for CO.UGHS. and aW .liseasea
of the THIJOA r. Ll'NGS. CHEST and
MUCOUS MEM IHIANE.
PUT UP ONLY IN IILUE P.OXES
SOLI) BY ALL DlU'Gfi ISTS.
C N. CHIT TENTOX, 7 Sixth A-ventr.
New York. 4:4w
GKEA'T UANlviiUP'r SALE OF
On receipt of ."( cents we will send by
mail, postpaid all of the following prices of
jewelry, viz. I pair Gold Plated Eograved
Sieeye Muttons, ohm set Gold Front Shirt
Stud. I collar Mini. I WVibling Ring, 1
Roll Plate Watch Chain and 1 gent's Hose
Coral Scarf Pin. We ofTer this. GREAT
bargain ineredy to draw aMeiition to eur
bn.-i ness. as we have all kinds of watches
and jewel i y at low i'i rices. Seud for Cata
logue. COLES cc CO.. 7:i."LlJroadway X. Y. city.
AGENTS WANTED for the STORY of
Written by his father. A complete accemnt
of this most Mysterious Abduction and Ex
citing Search. With Fac Simile Letter
and Illustratio! s. Outsells all oilier Hooks.
One agent took oil orders in one day. Terms
liberal. Address. .In E. PuT"J'ER 5c Co.,
Published, Philadelphia. 4:4w
THE CLASS : viz.: Smoothness and
equal distribution of tone, scope of
expression, resonance and singing qual
ity, freedom and quickness in action
ofkevs and bellows, with thorough
ness of workmanship, combined i
with simplicity of action." (.sVh v
by ali the Judges.) IheMasou and Ham
lin Organs are thus declared to rank first, not
in one or twoTtspecis only, but in the SEV
EKAL KEOCISl Vi: o'l r-iu h in-tni:ner,t-,
. MASOI a HA1LIN
Have been Unanimously as-g'sed the
. IN rV.
sue 1 1
1, Instruments, at J w-
I u. s oi-:x rrsxiAL, is7c
July 132 mos.
Sal sbury, X. C.
ui.iformlv leeii .twanleil the hi'he-t bonois,
ie only oi '.ii s ;i-siined this rank.
Theii"'1!"-1"1"1 -r.v '! c.are.J, iiotiu uus
or t" inspects oi,i. bui in the impor
t ji t j ua 'ii .i- of a u organ. A Medal and
(diploma has also been awarded tliein, buj
in comnelllions in .America, mere u,n u-
- i ... . -r. i . . a
been scarcely six exeemtoiis in miMtireiu'
Thev were awarded ilifencsi
RIOTS! BOWS! MOTS!
Not between the races but among Sewing
Machine Companies because the world re
nowned Singer Sewing Machines
are greatly reduced in price for cash. We will
sell lor 2o per cent les than heretofore, teen
ies, oil, attachments, &c, for sale and maciiiweri
cleaned, repaired or traded tor. Address all
WILL P.! BARKER, As't.
Salisbury, N. C.
Office Barker's Drug Store.
- Sept. 21, 1S7G. 49:tf.
Blackmer ant Henderson,
SALISBURY, N. C
j Jam; ay 1 3D .- I .
Paris 1867; Vienna 73 Miais 75;
e.jual value w.ie awarded all
l wormy .! i cii:ntiou, s;
that many makers can advertise "first tneJr
als" or. hii:he.-t awaid."
Comparative rauk in excellence, has been
determined by the .Jil'li;e' Reports a!oti,
in which the MASi'iN d HAMLIX OR
GAN'S are Unanimously assigned "Th
FIIST1iANK in the several requisites"
of such, instrument:-, ami are the only oneg
assigned this nnk. Sic Judges' Itcports,
. i. . .'i r.i.
1 HIS reKUli as iioi Hiii-A ini,- ior iiiesu
organs have Unioi mlv taken highest awards
in such competitions, iheie being less thaft
.tj'.r exception in hmflrni. of cotvjiarusons,
Thev were aw arded tiist medals, ami highr
est hotiois at Par s Iti7, ieima 1873.
Santiago S7,r). Philadelphia Tr7(; having
thus been awarded hlost hom.rs at Every
World's Exposiii ii a; whic-i h-y liave com
peted, and l.eis.g t!..- o..dy A n., lirart organ
which ever lde.io ! at.y .i'v.imI in Europe.
NEW S 1 I.I.S v it n l-i.pr eiiients ex-
. i --ri-x'vil . 1 .......
! hilotetl at I' e l.t.a I l...M.iio e.ru
atanycoinpentlr.n wiTh 'o'st r.r.r- ; . a;i m.iKers or i . j '.,.at- :,ii. iv. Price rery
in any Euruiiean "orl I s ( . -st; ; .' , A . . " -,j . ' ,, , -tt
NEV SI'Vi.KS. Willi tmpiMveniciits. cxiuM-Td at . fowa-t ciTisi.-:el.t win. ' inateiiai anu
tbe CENTENNIAL: elt r-int. new m.s-s la irr-uf va- Workmaoi.ip. i an5- d.i f.r cash or ID
!3!?rr:.: r!1, .ti lim...ts: o'r ie,.i. d in ,i! rent pays. Etery
lnstf!tm5i.ts.' or rented nntil rent pays. Dnry Or- j 0rqnn tvarrantea to j r
Uafetmr..-h.iri,- THE mom kv Kr.rvsvrn. ILI.US- j re ! enson-ih.- p.
TKATED C.VTALO.it ES rxA trtf . s-inded. 111.' si a. i
MASON t. HAMLIN OR(,AN Ci).-1M Tremont , e,
nd have thus hern w';M''lt
Every KorldV .Kxpoition
at wliich ?"jy have been exhibited; being
ONIY AKTEHICxiri ORGANS
which have ever obtained
, i'tire satisfttctkrn 10
,i.-t r I-' the uioio y r
i i a l i,'; i i f, kvut
S' Adams direct. Clilja;To
1 ftrn-c' LoiJon: H.e-kr s"f
! tins Tpet. McMvi
M AS rv A- 1 1 M I. r N t UK A N CO. 1
t:i ;L ' Tremni! Strtet. l-v-t; I'tdcn pisre,
Voik; H) and ..t..i.u j-;nn, i.icao.