JANUA11Y i, 1877.
0 l A Persons making remittances for
k$L. 1 U the IVacAaw should send 2.10
to pay fr a year 1 0 eta. tQ pay postage
fNtwr OuLEiss, leC. 89. KelUgg ha
barricaded thje State House, and assumes
the rigfe to control all approaches there
Western 21. 1!. It is rumored that the
io investigate the roan
Road, fupnd matters re-
agement of this
latin? to it in rather bad condition, and
that the intereetj of the State may rerjnire
Terjr thorough treatment. The Committee
Uure potfyet reported but wilL do so as
poqn as tlrey cm arrange the facts which
they have to laj before the General- As
Thnee beet acqnaintecLwith the history
of the late Win! Mesimer, attach rery
little value to much of hia published con
fession; but as he m gona it is hardly
proper to assail
it, except so far as it
related to others
yet living. Mr. Karnes,
for instance, depies thaL Mesimer ever
won of him the.
large sum of money be
t .1 . ..
said he did. H
Le stoic mouey, papers
nd property from Kearnes amounting to
about $2,)00, arid it" was for this offense
be .was sent to til Penitentiary. "
A bloody; row
' occurred near, Fayette
eve. rcsnltinsr in' the
death of a' white
man named Kennedy.
A nezro uemoc
rat had been repeatedly
threatened by radical of his own color,
and on the" evening mentioned, sprang
upon feimdfrom-an ambuscade as he was
passing the road in company with some
white men, who joined him in resistance.
A terriblo.iigbt with knives and bludeons
ensued with the above result.
SduiJi, Caroliita The Stale Given lo
Ilaycs.ThQ Comtuiitee of the House of
Representatives jpqnt to investigation the
election return have ascertained that the
State went, for Hayes by about 600" ma
jority, That, we suppose, settles one
vexed question. Incidentally the Com
mittee also ascertained that Hampton and
the remainder ofj
ticket are elected
the Democratic State
by decided majorities.
There is a resolution now pending ia
the U. S. Senate! to recognize the Ilamp
Mr. Gordon alar presented in the Sen
ate, Dec-29, a petition from Gov. Hamp
ton and those ac
iiug with him at Colum-
bia, praying t,he
removal of the military
from the capitol of South Carolina or snch
other action as will cause a cessation of
military iuterferehce in the affairs of the
State. Laid ovej: till Tuesday, Jan. 2.
u Davie." -A correspondent of the Ral
eigh News, Dbc. 2)th, over the above sig
nature, projwses jas a change in County
governments, Avhitih subject is now before
the general Asserubly, to abolish township
i governments, county commissioners and
justices of the peace in force and elected
prior to the 1st of, January, 1877, and cre
ate an' inferior1 court of probate for each
pounty, with a judge, clerk and solicitor
, fo be appointed by the General Assembly,
v and Jo hqld . office for the period of four
years. The judge and solicitors to be se
lected from the j legal profession. , The
judgejwith a salary of $2,500, and the so
licitor $1,200. . j ' -We
should thus have two sets of judges
I those of the superior court and those of
the inferior court-j-about 20 in all salar-
1 jed men.
No State was better governed than North
Carolina wliUe she" had the county courts,
. presided over J?y. a select Bench of Magis
trates. "DaVie'sH idea approximates in
other rpspects that old well tried system,
and might do with the exception alluded
to. No more salaried men, "and a cutting
down of salaries; ices and 'expenses Is what J
xue pcopie want. -f
The cercraoniesat Raleigh on the 1st of
January, were more grand, interesting and
enthusiastic than ever before witnessed
thre on a similar occasion. All parts of
: the State contributed military, bands of
music, or citizens in private relations, to
honor, tlf'e, occa-iori. They came by scores
and hundreds. The severity of the weath
er prevented the carrying out of the pro
gramme jrtvi5usly "arranged. The inaugu
ration took' place in Tucker's Hall instead
s of on a platfonjf in the capital grounds,
and consequently .only a small portion of
the immense gathering of citizens were en
able to witnessable ceremonies and hear the
! inaugural address. Bad as the weather was
the streets and every point of interest was
.thronged witlf cagel people, eager to see
and Jiear, and tojtut 'n a huzza. At times
they were almast uacontrolable, and the
police were kept constantly busy in folding-
the surging gcioiL humored" crowds Jn or-
; The services jof the Salisbury Band were
brought prominently into requisition, both
in he jjrycessi6nand in the Hall. Rev. J
Henry Smith, DVj),., of Greensboro, opened
' the exercises with prayer. Associate Jus
tice Rcade ihen qualified Superintendent
-J Tublic Instruction, the Attorney Qeneral,
and Lieutenact Governor elect; and
Governor Yfiacc, then stepped for
ward; and read the oath of office required
, to be taken by him, signed it, and banded
the paper to Clvf Justice Pearson, who at
tested it. The" (governor theli proceeded
to read his inaugural address, amidst pro
found silence. jThis' document reaches us
Qo late for thiinmber of : our paper. It
3 all ablaze witlf patriotic Are. ting
less would have smtctl the occasion.
TJbeiiMWicttratioii of;Z. B. Vanc. as
OoWor of the State on Monday Jat,
t deeerreuijr regarcc no primary
event, it is w oegiuoing w Pw
in the political atus -of tfte pommou-i
wealth. It marks the rWTPrjr and re
.ukli.hmpnt nf thm riirbt of the neoDle 13
govern themselves. U elevates to the
fct Va K u v W w f wmmmr - -tm, M f
chair ot the Slate an Iwuored, trusted, I
tried and nroven son in whose wisdom, I
confidence It is lU) small occasion we
celebrate; It not only appeals, to the
judgment, but grapples with the deep I
seated sensibilities of the people, and they
rejoice with a joy full of nope and thanks- ceeding U oMrncted by no comUnatton of
eivinW.Iiia deliverance from wrongs citizen thereof; and that the lawfirthe pro
. . . ... . 1 tection of the inhabilarita in ail their rights of
ana oppressions unoer wmcu iuey nc
rroaned and suffered ever since "recou- I
struction." It is deliverance from th
shame of beine ruled over by men of mean
j J , j
degree, who seorned not to stoop and
bar train with the vile and dishonest for
purposes of party promotion and self
i puipu.ta f j v -I
azzrandiscment. It is the dawning of
Kon for the redemntion of the State's honor
- j , jitiji I
and credit. Plundered and shackled the
R.AU.l nhni.tino harm nih' mined
r , I
us httuuu mf tr; , uu
breaks npon us, and the courage of ihe
people is returning to assert itself in man-
ly eparts to regain a position of honor
ana rwpecu.uu.iy uiicr.y .aipo.u.o
1 . 1:1:. i : 1 I
der their dominion. lo the rear, ye I
t" m xit tj j I
Iveouzh s. lorsees, xloldens. ISrogaens,
o ' 6 ' ' '
CI hOC geflUS Omne. A-Vant, a nooler-l
race-the people call you ; and God bleaa
, , , , .
the people aud the jervantS of their
HOW IT IS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
. letter- from a citizen of Marlboro
a ti ,.,, , ...
lty, . O., SayS : "1 be people Of this
and adjoining counties are quiet and
UlUCfy III puiiitibo. c& mU"j'ntj u mat uici o I
Brl A.l mm im Mfiltlt.. A rm . am, mm m . . .m m m r I
are unable to run their farms without
advances, and hundreds of colored men
are out of employment and can't find
homes. Many of them condemn their
Radical leaders for deceiving them with
fair promises, and dragging the state to
ruin and then lo starvation. What the
result all this will be, time only can
show." Charlotte Observer.
n.. . t . . . ' I
1 imes are not so hard in this section,
though, 4oHhiles8r many are in trouble,
Mortgages made during, last year have
, t ' -
mataied and now comes the tug of paying
them off. Some will not be able to do it,
and their property will have to be sold.
We shall now see how the mortgage sys
tem works. , -
The colored people are obliged to suffer
when the Mtbites become too poor lo em
ploy them, and poverty has the beeu ten
dency in this State ever since the rule of
the radical party commenced. We have!
onlv seen one black man so far reduced as
to offer to work for his board and clothing,
and think it probable the fault was his
Give os seven years of peace under a
fair and just government aud whiles as
well as blacks will stand erect once more,
in vuia o.aic auu iuiuui:uiiut mo ouutu.
, c . j , i , ,i o.i. I
ljui tor "re-constructiou aud tho pans
m m mm .. , .
dora's box open upon as by that most
cruel and suicidal measure (nationally)
there would have been no wailing in the
South and far better times io the North.
The North-East snow storm, noticed
by the New York papers as commencing
there at 7.30 a. m., on the 29th Dec,
struck us here at about that time on the
1st January, and raged with unabated
fury until about 1 o'clock, p. m., adding
to the snow already on the ground, about
Since the above was written we learn
that the storm was uot so sever and the
fall of snow not io great, at Raleigh, as j
at this place.
The storm beean at Stateiville before
w - i
aay light. At nariotte, about a o clock,
Jjid it commence ia toe West aud travel I
South f WW somebody tell us where it
commenced and which war it traveled.
mi , e mT . I
baps more accurately, !Vortli-orth-i,a8t.
1 he N . Y. Sun' describes a storm in
that city, commencing about 7.30 on the
morning of the 29ih Dec. Was it the
same which occurrtd here on the 1st
The railroad cuts above and about Lin-
coluton wert filled with snow u tht depth
of two feet. '
At Columbia the sleet and snow are
reported heavier than ever was knowu,
aud doing much damage to trees. Suow
at Atlanta 4 inches deep.
The storm of the 24ih, commenced
lere about 12 o'clock, 8aturiay night,
At Wilmington it commenced about the I
same time, onlv wa had snow and iIipv
Ua.a -l .M'l.- j
.. , - j j
verywiiHgiuerc, loaucu uo iree. auo
veiegrapu wires so mat iuej uroKo down
under the weight, At Fayelteville there
was snow to life depth of 8 luehes.
A good many Republicans, here in
Hartford, have expressed their heariv
satisfaction at the result jn .Oregon, and
say Tilden's election will be the best
thing for the country, and especially for
the business interests. Not a few say,
emphatically, that Tildeo is fairly elected.
Hartford Times. ' '
v . .
Rev. Dr. 0. P. Deems of New York.!
and the late Bishop Cumings, of the Be-
formed Episcopal Church, were playmates
in boy hood a.90: associates In college ;
they both fell in lore wittj Jpe "ame girl,
aud she married nt;)lber,
GOV. HAMJPTON TO GOV- HAYES.
Uqw Sd(le Exising p0mCal Problems
--South Carolina's Example,
...nwl;iCT- r. in o T..Vu i
jiacKey nf South Carolina is here as
the bearer of a letter from Gen. Wade
Llauiulon to Gov. II a yea. 1 he letter is
Executive Mansion, Columbia, Dec. 23, '76.
My Dear Sir: 1 have the honor to enclose
,, In view of present even m, and the official
sancUo given to groiui.repreHenUtion of the
sofa ami iinrivuM nt lliv malnri T nf the trruui
people uf t!u ' onnnon wealth, I deem it proper
to declare mat proiounu iieace prevus mrougn-
pen prowrtv, and citizenship are beine en-
forced in our heartn. lute the people t Huh
ship against the usurped power which now de-
L '.1 1 1 ..e .u t... .
ioeiie supreme juuiciai auuiurujr 01 me oiaie,
lh ey ,,1, faUll in the jutice of thei;
c;uie that they propose to leave its vindica-
,on to lhe Pf0 J' t"b"nju. PI
to the same nine to the pratiotwua and pubh
Uentiraent of the whole1 connirv.
lliemBaminatory ntierancea 01 a portion 01
the puulic presn render it perhaps not moppo-
,umj foli uie to stale tnut ahhouuh the neo;.le
of South Carolma view with grave concern the
present critical conjuncture in the anairs of
our country wlm h threatens to s:i!.ject to an
extreme tet the republican system of govern-
poiie t0 condemn nJ of existing
littcal proplem that involves the exhibition
01 armeu lorce, or ui.u moves inrougii any
other channel than the prescribed form of the
Conciliation or the peaceful agencies ot law.
Trusting that a solution mav bo had which,
1 . .1. t.i . in
while main amine the ieaceofthtcoiintrv.Pha 1
do no violence to the constitutional aafetfuardfl
?f IPV' "S- "n,d w'I,.tlen1d 8tin moTe. hrm'
ly to unite the people of all the States in ait
earnest fl'ort to preserve the peace and sustain
the laws and the Constitution,
1 am, very reapecuuiiy, yonr oienieni servnni,
. . mm 1 1 -
V adr liAMPTON,.uovernor ol moiilh Carolina.
His Excellency, li. B. 1 1. vyks.Gov. of Oliio.
F. b. As the settlement of the vexed polm
C?J nations which now agitate the puhlic
mind must ultimately depend on Yourself or
vnilP .lislinuisl.ed nomilitor fur'the Pri-i.
dency, I have addressed a letter similar to his
n.nl Lin T I I i I v I uti
ciwiniv; , vjui. a i.v v i .
Tallahassee, Jan. 2. The Supreme
Court met and refused to receive the ean-
YU99 J1 IU(J Ult. lilt- v-lllll.
dered the t0 aMWer b four 0.clock
this afternoon to the plain language of the
rit by canvassin and counting and ad-
ding up the vote cast at the election for
the offioe of oovernor, and who received
the highest vote for such office, and omit-
A . -1 A . . A . I
unS eir yt u - ff f '
dential electors and menbers of Congress
were not matters before' the Court, and
could not be inquired into. Under these
proceedings the Board made return at o
o'clock, the Court havinir met at 4, and
taken recess. The counsel for the relator
asked until to-morrow to examine the re
turns, and the Court adjourned to that
hour. Drew will be inaugurated to-mor-
row TeT tulct'
Columbia, Jan. 2. Gov. Hampton lias
issued i an address calling on the citizens
who desire to maintain the government of
their choice, to come forward and pay 10
. .r l a rm-t
per cent, oi last year s tax ievv. i m is to
meet the present urgent wants of the char-
iiuuic Jiisiiiuiiuus oi iue oiaic.
New Orleans, Jan. 2. Two Legisla
tures in session in this State, struggling for
the reins of government. Kellogg is call
ing on the President for military aid and
protection, alleging (falsely) armed Demo
cratic resistence to his party government.
More Dual Legislatures Organized
New Orleans, Jan. 1. At this hour,
eleven a. m., there are no indications of
trouble. A heavy force of police with
side arms are on duty at the station houfe
Governors Kellogg and Pack aid arc be-
setged this morning by political friends.
Nearly all the Republican members ot
tDe -Legislature are already in the build-
Liifir rneiiniA art m CjiiimPii fir i fnmrriip
headauarters. on Canal street, and as far
as known, have not agreed upon any
programme. Y bether the Clerk of the
lJOU8e win ?a" lbe roIl toisbed by the
I . rut j m T I a t A tfl tliA n.AIlA.M ml
u'"'j uiau , IB IIIC UIUUICU1 nuKU
none are ab e to so ve hut shnn d h r
fuHe, lhe Republican members will call
upon one ot their members to perforin
t"Ht duty. 1 he United btates troops are
und' r arm? at their quarters, and U. S
Marshal Piikiu is at his office in the Cus
tom House, which is connected with the
State House by telegraph wire merely for
any emergency. No one apprehends
U"ubld, unless brought about by some
The D eraocratic members, who have
been iu caucus, have sent a committee to
see if the State lit. use is still barricaded,
aud if so, iLey w til ret use to go to the
secured, proceed to organize the Lt jrisl
tiouse, auu win, as soon as a nail can be
lure, at which Clerk Trezeyant will offi-
ciate in calling the roll. A considerable
crowd is congregating at the corner of St
Charles and Canal streets, near Demo-
eralic headquarters, but there is little
About noon the Democratic committee
called at the State House and asked that
the barricades aud police be removed,
which liov. Kellogg declined, and the
Democrats withdrew. At 12.30 the
Clerk of the House made a similar de
mfnd ,ll5ch Iikwise refused, and he
-oc" " ru ; wuereupon iouis
SLau a mt mbp; froia Ayogelles, called
House to order, at the tequcst of Sc-
I mm. m- m- m- 1 I
crciary oi oiaie uesjonae, ana called the
roll. Sixty-eight members answered.
making a quorum. The oath van ad.
1 ministered to . members. Nominations
J lor bpeaker were announced, and ex-
ltjovepiois llahu and Varmouih were
j placed in uouiiuation. lhe vote beiug
lUKpn b yeas aud uays, Uahn received
53, attdlwiis declared elected, and took
the chair. ' r - ": . " :
'J'he Senate wa promptly organized
by Lieut;. Gov. AntoiiMith more than
h quorum. Daring -Ithese proceediygs
about five hundred pefeonf were assem
bled on ttoyal HlS St. Iu?8 ulreets, in
front and on side; of (he Stale House, who
cheered JDemocnttic Committee .when it
emerged; from the State Uoue, but be
yond this there waa'na noisy demonstra
tions, ipt'mocrais 1 have gon to-St."
Patrick's hull lo organize their Legisla
ture. U 1
Special -Telegram U Charlotte Observer.l
, I RALEIGH.
Gotjtrrior Vat.cc's Inauguration.
Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 1, 1877.
A y liming snow" storm to day preven
ted -he imposing; cereinoiiipb which haJ
heen arianged for outdoors, aud Gov.
Vance's! Miauguratiuu took place in Tuck
er's Hall. A large number of visitor
were unable to gain admittance: Gov.
Vance was sworn in by Chief Justice
lVarsoir U)f the Supreme Court. Lt.
Governor Jarvin, and otter State officer!
were sworn in by Judge K. G. Keade,
Associate Justice' ot lhe Supreme Court.
Gov. Vance's iuauguml addles ras
greeted with sluttn after e lor in of ap
Such an imposing military display
ha not been ece.i Bi.icetlie daya of the
associated press dispatch.
Raleigh. N. C Jan. I. The inau
guration ol Gov Vance parsed 'fl" (jnietly.
A large'crow d in aHPi.tUuce. 1 i i.-t ad
ds ef wa afp!;itid'.'l '' the i chn. Allti
ding lo" Nalioiial ..H.iii, he iail : I
conceive onv film. ion to be ciiiie.il in the
t xtieiiM , our only reliance imw is upon
the lnodrralion and palrioUnm of Con
giis. ll the representatives f the peo
pie and of the State fhall not be able to
make a ipjrMceable Mud coiistitutioual t?o
ltiiii)ii t lhe diujculty in Hhicli the conn
try nuw find iiteit, aud iheie should bv
an attempt as is threatened t- inaugurate
lhe caudidalei) 'not fairly dec ltd one ot
two things will happen. Kilber the ma
jority of lbe Aiueiiean people will quiet
ly tfubiuil to a great wrong involving the
question of coin lituiiuu, or there will be
a rf eortjto violence. Let us look things
in the face. The citcumstances uf N. C,
a well as of the Southern States gener
ally, imperalivrly demand that wo cdiould
npt be forward in this matter. More than
all things tide, except good government,
we need; .peace. In common with the
constitutional parly .in the North, we
think we have fairly elected our candi
dal e for President ; upon that party aud
not upoil ourselves devolves the proprie
ty and lbe duty jof taking the needed
step? towards sccjuiing lhe rights cf the
majority:. ; Rut let it not b supposed that
we are indifferent to their acii-m, or de
cline to come to the front becauso lei3
entitled to do t.i than oil.erp. Blasted
we have; been by : the dcsolition of war,
purged of ias-liness hy the tires of revo
lution, ajid fibeiel both by public calam
ity and piivate sorrow, as have been, we
yet cberinh the love of liberty in our
hearls. As the moirli piece of more than a
million people, 1 believe 1 can, with
propriety, say for them that Xonh Cir
olin'a may confnleutly be relied upon to
sustain that porl'inn nf the people of ill
Uuind Slatts, which thall convince U--that
il is; struggling for the Const i:iu ion ,
the laws and public justice, which are
the life and the soul .f the American
Union, i On the other band we do not
wish it to she understood that wnare ready
or willing to euibaik iu revolution. Nor
on the other band that we are willing to
quietly submit to an outrage that physi
cal force, directed by party zeal, may see
lit to impose. The one course tending
to provnke violence, and the other to in
vite oppression we do wish it under
stood that we will follow the lead of the
constitutional party of the North. Show
us ihe law and it sufik-eth us." He re
serves an expression l his vit-w-j on State
policy for his message lo the General
Dr. Bull's Cngh Syrup -is a purely
Vegetable Compound, innocent iu uaiure
and wonderful in effeet. For children it
is invaluable, curing Croup, Whooping
Cough, etc!, in a few hours. Price 25
cents pet? bottle, or five bottles for SI 00.
'j TO RENT.
A good and comfortable House, with garden
and all necessary out houses. Location desira
ble. Applv to
12:tf. LVR. BARKER.
The Oldest and' most convenient Dextai,
Office in N. C, for sale or lease.
J"or terms applv to P. P. Meronev, Salis
bury, or W. F. I5a"son, Haw River, N. C. Ii.
Road. (12:1m) W. F. liASON.
Is hereby given, that the Board of Commis
sioners of the town of Salisbury, will apply
to the present Legislature to amend the
Charter ot said Town in sundry particulars,
and probably to extend the corporate limits
ot the same.
By order of tbeBoard,
T. G. 1IAUGIITOX. C. B. C
Dec. 29, 1876. 12:5t
Valualjle Real Estate
By virtiie of a Decree of Rowan Superior
Court, issued 19th June, 187o. I will expose
to public sale at the Court House door in
Salisbury, on the first Monday in February,
1877, three jllouses and Lots in the East
Ward of ihe city, near the Lutheran Grave
ard, known as tho Otho Swinlc property
Also, oncj house and lot on the Lexington
road, about one mile from the citv. Per
sons wishing to examine the property will
call on Thomas Earnhart, who will give al
I J. S. McCUBBINS, Com'r.
Dec. 30,1876. 12:1m
A subscript ion school will b opened in
the Town Academy ou Tuesday the SM o
Jany.. 18?7V A.W.OWEN.
Salisbury Dec 27, 7G. principal
Three Points for Consideration.
THiriiiff th pMtflve yrani VrOETINE h been
tendily working itself iun ywM'ie ravHr, and b
b were at firt most ut teitnlon in regard 1u its
merits ara now its raot ardent lriei; J. ud support
. ter. v-.-- - - . '
There r thrne ewntfal enure for Ib'-oo bartpj
neb m horror of pntfiit iwd:ctw, chMniii" their
opinion and lcnilinst their iiifljeuctt toward Uie- ad
vancement of VEGK11NE. lot Itia an hoiieotly
?reuared rocdiciue fmm bark5, roots and hTb.
ud It bonestlv cwmiili'h all that is claimed for
It, without leaving any bad effects in the system.
Srd It present boiicst vonchers in testimouiuls
from bon-t, well known citizens, whose signatures
are a sufficient guarantee of their earnertuees in the
matter. Taking into consideration the vast quantity
of medicine brought conspicuously befote the public
thronth the flaming adverliiH-monts in the nevvepa
per roltitnti wfib no proof of merfr or genuine
vouchers of what it ha done, we should he pardouxd
for manifesting a otnail d'-.'i.ecor pridiiin pteprniTiig
the followii: tes-timonifil from Kev. J. 8. DICliEH
SON, D. 1)., the popular ami . erx genial pastor uf
tho South Daptifet Ulmich, Uoslon.
The Tired liody Sties for Sleep.
Boston, iliirch 16, 18U.
II. TL 3tevexs, Ewj. :
Dr Sir It i. m'?c!i fro:n a p!i!e t dut t as
of crstitude thnt I write to iay that yonr VfiUE
TINK even if il i a patent m. nicine hjia bec-u of
great help to me when nothing elco seetned to avail
which I could safely nee. Kitix r cscepive ir.entiU
work or uniisnal cre brings upon me a nervous ex
haustion tnat dperate'y ne o i-leep, huta drc;r
atily defies it. Night alter night the xor, tired lKdy
sue for sleep unUi the day-d;wa is welcomed Imck,
and we beirizi onr work tired out with an nluiont
fruitless chae after rent. Now I bava found that s
little VEOETIN 2 taken junt before 1 retire gives mo
sweet aud immediate sleep, and without any of the
eril effects nf the u;ual narcotics. I think two
things would tend to make brain-workers leej
1st A hum lea -work. Slid A l ine more '
TINE. This prescription ha hchx-d inn.
Now J have a yartiuil;ir honor of " Patent Meti
cinrt, " but I have greater honor or be ns Jitm'd
to tell the straight out truth. T:e VEOEUNE has
Lelpod me at-d I o-su it up. Vount Ac.
J. S. DlCiiEUSON.
The following unsohcileu testimonial from Rev.
O.T.Walker,l.D.fivmer!y plorof Roivdoin Square
Cliurch, boston, and at present -ettled in i'rovidence
K. I., must be deemed n relin'ile evidence. No one
should fail to observe tht.t tliis te.-!tmoiii:il is the
re?tilt of two years' expt'rieiiee in the use o( yEtj
ET1XE in the liev. Walkers family, who tiow
prouounce it iuvl;!ihle :
liioviiF.scEf It. I., 1C4 Transit Street.
II. R. 9TEVKNS. Evi.:
I fel bound to e.xp c?s with niv siirnntiire tlie
h'gh value I pl:ice nponyov.r V i'A ' l.'i.S E. My fam
ily have Ufcd it for liie lf.st two et:S. In nervous
debility it i inva'.al.ic, r.n.I 1 rc niiu"nl it to ail
who may liceJ uu inv.ui-jtiii.-, lei.nv.-t'nsr tonic.
O. V. WAt.KEiC
Foriaerlj Pastor of lio-.' .ioii. '.,i:ureChuici,Io5tou.
Tle firM i ii ncr.
The followiiri; w it.-r Ir iicv. K. S. Best, P.ist
of the M. H. Cliure't. N U ei;. Mam., will !e renu
willi interest by mi;ny pli.vici;.ns ; also tlio.-e ciltf-cring-froin
the s-iine di-;:'s( as ;Tili;'-ted the son of
the itev. K. S. lirst. K p-rMij oui doubt th s tes
timouv. as th.-re is no do.UH uloul Uiu curative pow
er of YEUETLS'E,
Natick, Mass, Jan. l-t, 1374.
MR. n. R. STEVEN:
Uertr Sir We imve good ri.T?o:i for regarding
vour V BOB TIN E a medicine oi't.ie gr-a e;-t value.
Ve feel assured that it h.is been the ineu'.isof saving
our sou's life. He is now seventeen vckts of Hjce ; for
the IjPt two ye:i:s he lu Milf. je 1 l.oill liei Mirii. of
his leg, ewed hy i rm .lions afteet'oii. and w;is so
far reduced thai ne.iily nl who .-aw tiiiu thought his
recovery impossible. A couii' i! of able phyici:tu
could give us but the f.iiiiiest ho;H4f hiB ever rally
ing ; two of t:ie iiun;t.T dech.r,t,j: thai he wus bo
youd the reach of hmnau reinmiies, that oven am
putation could uot bUVii idm, aa lie hail n;'it vi-nr
enough to endure the -operation. Just the.i we com
menced giviug hint VK(i I INK und from t hut time
to the prescci he has Ivfii cot.u.:ou iy iniprovin.
lie has lately resumed stud e, t'.rowu away
crutches and caue, aud vuij koout cLi-i-itul)
Though there is st'll some discliarge from-the o
pening where his liuib whs lati' cd, we Ime the full
est confidence that !u a little time he will be perfect
lie has taken about three dozen bottle of VEO
ETIN E, but lately u: eshi;t Hi tie, a he declares he
is too Wall to be taking lit. ,1, cine.
Itcspec; f ullv vours,
Mum. I..C.F. BEST.
173 Baltic St., liaoK(.vN, N.Y., Nov., 14, 1S74.
II. K. frEvsN9, E'j. :
Dear Sir From personal t?rflt reepived by its
nse, ns well as from perMJnsl knowloe of those
whose cure? thereby havt w-emrd almot-t nilraruloas.
I can mot heartily er'l sincerely retounnend the
VEtiEl INE for "th coin; T.. ii:i for W'.iich it is
daitu-d to cu-e. JA .il 1. P. I.l'Di.OvV.
Late Pastor Calv:.ry iiap. C'liun-h, Sacramcoio. Cak
Tegetine is Soli by All PrrLts.
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IS. C. Hull Road lUi-i'ls. .i.ui rk-t .
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On hand and furnished to Order.
t mmm ISaBa
A (hires, -
Hortlr Carolina ?;iDie
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Wiley A. Ci.f.mf.nt, )
Assignee of V. R. Martin, yVff. Suniiiions
Benjamin Uvsskll, j for Rclicl".
VoKTEK R. AniKlt, def,:linis. J
IT appearing to the satil:iftUn of the Court
that the above niuucl I)efi-nrn- arc noh
resiIer.ts of this State II is (hden I, that
the defend'ts, Benjiiinin Russell and Porter
Ii. Alger be notified by juihlirution hi th''
" Carolina Watchman " for six successive
wppks. to be and appear r.t a Court to be
held for the County of Davie, at the Court- I f.,,,,1 lllt ..,ve :,.ned, if to be found io your
House iri.Mocksviile, on the 2d Monday at- , (;ol.,ltVf ,,. u ;IJ,.)(.ar hefi.re the Clerk of
tcr the 3d Monday in March, lSTTand an- ! (,ur sj,tl rir'Cour:, fr lavidson Countf t
swer the complaint which will be tiled with- j tjie (,,.rt Home in Iexington, within iwenly
in the first three davs of said term, and if. : ,t,1Vs from tli.e i-rvice of the Summons, exclu
thcy fail to answer during the term, that i sirt. of tlie dav of service, and answer the com
plaintilf will anplv for the relief demanded j plaint which 1 deposited in lh offic !
in the cotnnlaint. " Defendants are also no- ' ihe Ch rk of the Superior Court of nid ' "g
tificd that a warrant ot attachment has been ; wi.hin d-ivs, att.l et ihesaid
sued out against their property and effect, 1 ..mice h if they ail to m"
awill returnable a tile same tune and ( ! J P ( , cio
place. iii i r c- 1 demanded in the complaint. .
Given under my hand and seal of office m rf .. nii, V.r ,hia iamoOD1 makt
this the 6th November, 187t$
II. B. HOWARD,
5:6t:$10 pd CPk Supr. Court of Davie eo
$5 to I
per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stjxsox & Co.. Portland
March 9, 70: 1 yr.
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I'H'AUTyMNT OF .TATR,
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.r' -U . Hrcmrfs" of -The8oth-i
:(' .wil. Hit: i r.? i.--ioi;h ot an Act io -.
a. i. is. and do find that
im. : i,s ( i its r-..rlf r, and In coinpll
p h.-xi: uf the loilowlntr securt-
r ijyr rove the Report
W",!. 1!. I
Vw rV-Ta'S, Secretary of Stat.
i r h.lums received to be dtpeslt-
i r, S;crctary, Iialelgh, N.
rt - s ." per ct-T... of t'..-
Xm-s xt- it-
" - , flp
T. .I.iiiic-i rroiich 'nil others, rion-resideaU,
von wi:i ';;ki !..! i.v that t!ie following sum
mons I. a- l.t ( ii Us'.o-o against you, to wit:
5JAVH2O.V COUNTY-- "
IX 1 H1C SL PEKIOR COUKT.
:i:;;t ' X riii?eson. 1
A.'iii'i!. ol' M Kvaii, dec.
C!iri,tiu.i i'ciiuea't al heirs at
law, D'Jcndanlt. J
STATi: OF N Oil I'll . CAROLINA.
To th? i'-heriff J Davidson 0?unjf, Qrttling :
ja are hcrehy -cooimanded to summon
Jam. s r-.m-h, Mmes Croncii, James Tesgn,
i- i ' V I ( l.arlts and oilier, the
nmoi tan -
due ret urn. . ..' ,t. J.
Ciiven uiuler niv hand and seal th Oln J
of November 1370. C. F. LOWK
Clerk of the Super. Court of Davidson. CPIt7
andJndKu of Probate.
o. H. Welboiin, Plus- Attorney,