Moderated. The weather so far moderated
Sunday. Mnndif arul Tnmutav tt miiiIm Unm
for warming nnnecessary on Tuesday. Snow W'?"M t"0 fS r
JANUARY 13, 1877.
1 undersigned would inform the pnblie
fronds that ?h baa fremoved uhis
, the House of; Mermiry & Rogers.
an b found at ail times, and will
t. serve them officially ir otherwise.
khi 1377. 141
aII mama t.m.a A ttMfniiMJ JamIL .1 f. fa-
... ttuur, tu j-.v.uu uuw uuu in iu mM,:n r twin..,!. c.t
UHCe. ; , 4 ' - i ? V - llipM U-AaT tUm r.i!ln;n. ImiM.
"' .' s: ! I J F aw-.wVm& V7V.W..VU TT
ineuHurnoaj ma oaiuraay, oi ism, i unanimously aaoptea : f f. . v -. i
killed all the China trees, then general! grown I v Wheebas, It has pleased oar Father, in his
found that thej were killed, some were man it-1 Besotted. 1st. That though we recoenize and
factured Into r.irnitnnL Tim Ui Xfminr I reverence the hand which smote him in the
Junius Sneed. had a massive and very hand- "?JSn.d. Ti' of M! onng manhood and
. .. I . ... , removed bis pare spirit from these scenes of sin
some ueusteaa maue oi in wooa.
The cold snap on the 3d Jan. ' instapt, haa
been variously reported here at from 6 to 8 de
grees below zero. If the latter figure be cor
rect it was 3 degree below the extreme teni-
or ward and
with J. P.
fir hi of A. U. Sullivau & Co., is dis
this day by mutual consent.
pvito'M iudebted to .said
t or account, wil! some
ihrir business at once.
as no indulgence can W given.
A. M. SULLIVAN ic CO.
TO DEBTORS J
k Dean, either by account, note or mort-
ire hereby notified to call and pay irome-
v u no other notice will not be given.
3t) . -
perature of 1533, which we think was set down worthy of the high honors conferred j upon
at o below zero. A furious north wind nr. I hira by the Philanthropic Society: and whose
.. . r J J..lL k.. .J.. 1...L !. .l" .15..!-. 1
ucAiii iiiw maue f uiu uuih in mai oucieij snu
the Senior Class, which it is impossible to
fill... .,- !
Beaohed. 2nd. That as a mark of our lovinz
remembrance we dedicate to his memory a page
of our minute book. . I . .
Remlrtd, 3rd. That copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the sorrowing family, to whom
we extend our heartfelt avmpathy: and a I copy
THE LAST NOTICE.
persons in Jelled tothe flrmi of Sinithdea
riman and Suiithdeal & CildwcU, must
id settle belore the Irt day of February
All claims mifiettled on that day, wil
feed in the hands of an olBcer for wjIIcc
once, ' .- I
sons whose paper are marked with
Irk in pencil, will understand from '
fiov'are due us for the laner, aud wil
J Wm. McNeely and
n ielt here Monday night
- All - l -I
m or lour jniurnai , rt venue pcouia
through thii place last Tueday morn
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
.11 tlte China trees, then generally grown . heeeas, it has pleased our If ather in his
inches in diameter ; and when it was be it therefore , f ! '
CoTTos brisk' Middlings,
, , stains
Bacok, county,' hog round
and sorrow to that better land, upon which, it
U oor-comfort in this desolation, he ever; kept
his eyes fixed; yet we also! mourn this appa
rently untimely removal of one whose lovely
character and sterling qualities made) him
worthy of the esteem fell for b by all, and
vailed at that time, which of course made the
cold far more penetrating and apparently more
ntense. . -
The funeral of our young friend, Mr. W A Taos
RuurLE, Sunday morning, conducted at the
Presbytenan church, by Rev. Mr. Harding, of
The following conrenatioa between
two small boys, which was overheard on
the street explains itself : f
Say, J otnniT, what yoa coin - to do
Goiu to tiondy school all day.'
Oh, my! what' that fori" ....
"Well yoa see I've beeti cola' to the
Second Baptist, an' First Congregation- Q9
aljf'au J? irat Methodist Sunday schools CmcKKsrs per dozes
cos they all met at different times; hat I IConir market well supplied
do'no how Tn Coin, to igei miind to em I Meal moderate demand at
all on Christmas, I've got Caddy Pier- whkat goou
sen lo fetch my preseuls from one of 'em, I
an I think I ean see to the rest : bat . T
they come so near together, I aint sure. Qsioss no demand
If I'd known It before, I never d rone to Laiit
one of m, but I won't lose my Cbnst I Uat
tnus now after workiu so Jiard fr it.
Teachers take courage :
W. W. MOORE,
vv. ii. nkf;l,
II. E. FRI ES,
Charlotte, assisted by Prof. Hepburn, of David-for publication to each of the following papers:
son College, and Presiding Elder. Rev. Mr. Uirolina rresby terian, Salubury atch-
w I . O .1 Tf ; rw fl 2 i . .
Brnton. w.umnUhnt nnn.n.M.mn.nH oo'unern wome anu uzuj vnariowe
9 r - . . ' Observer.
inipressiTe service.-, ine cnurcn was crowoea
below and above by a sympathising people
drawn from all the various churches in the
place, embracing also many not accustomed to
attend religiou services. It was a remarkable
testimonial of esteem for one so vnung, and
and who had endeared himself to a whole com
mnnitvouW br a auiet but friendlvand dl.im
leslife. It was a consoling ex predion of l Waeliinijiuii r oi.necteU by
1 j ' i
The White House aud all the depart
symtalhy in the deep affliction brought upon
the family so suddenly bereaved of a loved and
clieerisheu memoer. It was a beautiful mani
festation of the noblest impulses of the human
heart, forgetting all for the sake of mingling
tears witlrihose that weep.
The theme of the in winter, and his "earnest
and impressive manner was eminently fitting,
and appealed directly to the reason and con.
sciences of his hearers with a power that eternity
alone van revuaj.
The body was borne to its resting place in
Oak Orore cemetery by the . intimate yonng
friends of the deceased, two of them from the
College, who, after lowering the coffin into the i"g to reach a atirif4Ctory mode of count
erave. dropped uuon it their badzes of mourn- K the volt-s for President. There is 0
ing. Solemnly and gentle thev filled in theexcueuiem la Washington, and no jprob
earth and-formed the mound; and niacin on 'ability of any dtaturbatiCO in that COU.
it the emblems of hoie and an imperishable ollinu.v OI mceUoiaers, claim ageuts, con
i . . M .i i...: .. i : i i u
affection, the scene was closed with prayer and """V proiresioua j u
il..kMMi:i.i;nn . K;n,i. WK. ,,l oer' vuiy iwo or mrec iuii4iuniaiory
turner aav v .V-waa ua-'vf ww v . m o M a a B 1
, i sueociies u:ito uccii ; luaur in iiuirr
anu an lurneu i ,v . , , , , ,
House, ana iney uave De-u cotiucuirea
telegraph with the Senate and the House
of Representative separately, with a view
to facilitate the tiausaction of public; bus
iness. We now learn j that, wiihiu the
last few days, a new line of military tele
graph has been laid, cojunecihig the! War
Department specially with the Capitol
This line may be regarded as the exten
siou of another, recently established be
twceti the ar Office aud the Arsenal
where the troops and thn munitions
of war lately ordered there are sta
Congress is legislating peaceably.
Committees of the two Houses are islriv
Corrected by J. 3L Eitox & Co.1
January 10, 1877.
Ftoca market stocked best fam. 3.25
All persons indebted to us are respect fully
requested ti settle their accounts at oni-w,
and all necount not settled by Jauy. 10th,
877, will be pat in the, bands, of an umeer
for collection. I Ifyoqqwens anything, we
mean this notiee for von.! " ! "' 'f
Dee. 1 1 76: 9 4u WALTON & UOS
The. F. Klnttx is giving away a : hand
some booK eutitleu "fearls fr trie feo-
ple." containing much valuable information
aud inauy interesting articles. It also con
tains a history of the discovery or the "llep
atiue," for diseases of the fiver, dvsnepria.
cousiipation and iodigestiou. drc. auJ gives
Beeswax Tallow "
positive assurance that when the Hepatinel r V T IT V il ft If T? T) "V A P
is used it effects a perin Aieat and lasting O 1 Llih t V L It i U K .
pure of !hfe diseases, w! ieh preva'l to suh
:m ftlartnitis extent in onrs rountrv. Take
the llepatiue for all diseasei of the liver.
T A . a. rt ad-
A&opy iuiiueuue oj a ureal opeciue. Executive Department, 1
For the preservation or renverv of health KaleIUU. January 12. 1877. 1
- 3 W 1 a m ma M
nl fP.nrii. M. i; .K.tj iw.ri,imtt herea, olucial intormation has been re-
, . ... ' J.,. . ..... I ceived at this Department that Cornelius R
mm niuriuuii. nen ii napnens mat ine I r .1 i4 r.i . r r-.... .-..J.
-a 1 Ljit4Ker. inir ui ine iuiiiiiy ui nowi 1, mi m
aiimenirirj processes are uituroea i.y improper charged with the murder of Kobert Harris
or half masticated food, the I best remedy for I and,
the evil results of abusing the digeative organs hereas, it appears that the said Urnelius
n...- 1. n;,.. . ..i., R- Liuker has fled the Mase, or so conceals
" ' "-B"-, M,,nilMrlf lh.it the ordinary process of law can
prompt anu geuue remeuv ,ior urspefiriia, ano noi be served upon him
for the bilious and evacaiitive irreaularities I Now, therefore, I, Zebulon B. Vance, Gov
which result from it. The liver and bowels, er of l),e ?l!,te of No"h Carolina, by virtue
.m., .1 . . -. of authority in me vested by law, do inane this
"T " 0ui, nt-e my procUraation, offering a reward of TWO
beneneient influences. Iherefuie of the y HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension
tern is carried off through ita natural outlet, a and delivery of the said Cornelius R. Litaker
healthy Bow and secretion of the bile is promo-'ito the Sheriff of Rowan county, at the court
led, and a powerful iinpeju ia given to assim- I houe in Salisbury, and 1 do enjoin all officer
nation in consequence of 11 ne. It healthfully I of the state and all good citizens to assist in
xtiiiiilate the bladder and kidneys when thev I bringing said criminal lo justice.
are inactive, and by iu tonic and regulating I Done at our city of Raleigh, the 12lh day o
action fui tities the system against malaria. I January. 1877, and in the hundred and first
year ot American independence.
rr 1 in vm
A Splendid Hair Dressing and By the Governor: A WTernor'
hMrl nnnierous remarks about
I .i ' 1 ,..J;i.i.,...,K
vainer.-uou uuneicii it" vmvh.
at many curb-stones have been thrown
ieir placex by the recent frtjezeand quick
jit would be an eay job do tix them up
A ! sw Roman Catholic churc
, :' lo be dedicated on next
I occatou considerable 1
1 at Green
r has Ueii 8 9yO parlriigJn hipetl from
aint this- season. We ca
3pre ; for we took the trou
t . .- o
jxipular county Treainirer,
ibbiim has moved hii ot!icj
Anger's hlore, where he is iitiw doing busi
I See Lis card.
Utng'. Our young friend
fa $25 00 challenge on liix
dog don't set more birds ti
I the parUhbe will forfeit
tsri.lt take il up ?
touching were the exercises,
from the sacred ground feeling that it was bet
ter to go to the house of mourning than to the
pl ice of mirth.
Watson Wharton Krjiri.a Born in Sharon,
Mecklenburg County, Feb. lstlijs. Baptized Into
Christ's church by Rev. J. M. Walker. Received In
to the full communion ot the Church July 1 1, 1S74
entered Davidson College 1873. Died Jan. 12th, 1817
Burled In Salisbury, Jan. 14th, 1S7T.
A short life on earth was allotted to htm, but how
soon has Ue been called to join the throng of the re
deemed ! He had grown up in our midst known to
us all from his Infancy. Each family mourned over
hl.4 sudden death as tf for one of their own home cir
cle. No eulogy H needed, for the truthful reeori of
a blameless young life Hlts own testimony to his
worm. e sometimes n;x ui&i an is weu wita we
dejr.irtel ones: In his case we are cUiin that
"He has found the Joys of heaven,
He is one of the angel bund.
To his head a crown of Old is given,
And a harp Is In his hand.
He han learned the mai they sing
Whom Jesus luith set free,
Aud the glortoui walls of heaven now ring
With hli new boru melodj-."
He was not able to give utterance to the thoughts
which must have occupied bis mind ta the last hours
Wm. Meares, of his earthly life, but words were not needed. - Pa
rent.-! ean desire no more four their children than that
they should live as he lived Though we must mourn
that he was so soon called from earth we must re
joice that hU memory will ever be dear to all who
knew hi'.n. May , his youthful companions imitate
hU virtues. : -
ii voiK'ii lor
ble to inquire
Mr. J. Sam'I
og. lie says
au any oilier
ainer of the KafcAnuia, never gts drunk,
U publish tender verses on the snow.
does Bro. Harris get drunk, but he can't
ioyiters for supper. Hold 'em down
yre r 2 ramp l wo negro pn titers
J and asked for work last Tuesday
i presinau the other ai
i, oni to have worked with thn Win
sentmel. tne other witbj
Uotb vary black .
boys expect to have some fun next time
reVkalitig. They intend to ikate for
A tin onet-with "a good boy" painted
The rarst beautiftpl, graceful and
We have our
:fic skater takes the cup.
a certain young lady who is sure to win
trrel of sugar was stolen ifrom the depot
turday night. It was rolled offthe platform
the deKithanda were unloading a freight
It belonged to a firm in U
Mr. Lewter will be held
'1 . i
V A negro by name of
old Hill. Ti.e
Dick I lay nes !s
ted of the thefL lie waL recently em
I at the depot as a pump
91 seea since the sugar was taken.
tand the officers are on I
TH OF COL. SAM'
Ill b of inlaneholy toterest to mauy
friu4s of this excellent gentleman.
Ally lb Davie wuuty, if which he was
ye. U learn that he died at his home
Itonaoantv. Texas. Jan. I at.. 1877.
iUM,! of typhoid pueuinouia, um
u our table thia wek Is the Chi Phi
wly. ilie urgauof tbM ijhi Phi frater-
I the (Juited States, au order, v.ted
!y to ColUfges, which iJi the last fe
has grown to be the largest of its kiud
magazine ta very neatly gotten up,
ilecta credit upou its editor, Mr. juo
dgs, tt ith whom many of us are ac
td. jlle 14 a young maju, who deserves
it deal of credit. Uy his own efforts
heedueatd himself, and imaaw prio
Davidsok College, Jan. 12, 1877.
MASS MEETING OF THE STUDENTS.
WJiereas, it has pleased Almighty God,
whose wavs are ast finding out' to remove
from our midst by the impartial hand of death.
Ma. Watsom W. R'JUPLK, for nearly four years
our universally beloved fellow Ktudent and
couiiwoion. whoe christian walk and convert
taiioii among us was consistent and admired;
aiwi whereas, we bad ecmiar opportunities
for knowing and- appreciating a ol.a meter so
full of worth and which commanded the respect
aud love of all ; aud although we feel it impos-
nible to exprexa our unleigi.ed-sorrow at his
death, yet we take this method of jtayiug a last
tribute of love to the memory of our departed
Reaalted Is, That in this mysterious provi
uenee me eoiiiiutinn j ua iwi uue with kc
great promise f usefulness, the church a wmi
mientious co-laborer, the oilege a laithfu
aludeut, and thestudeiiHt a cJierif'heu associate;
and that we pray for resignation to bow in Mil
miMsion to the will ol Uuu whoUoeth all things
IleJXilvcd 2nd, That we truly and deeply sym
pathize with the afflicted family of our brother
in thix, their irreparable loss ; and that a copy
of these resolutions be presented to Uie family
of the deceased. -
ReuAved 3rf. That we recommend to his
Society and Clatwrnates to wear the usual badge
of mourning for thirty day.
lUtolvtd ilk. that copy of these resolutions
he sent to the N. C Preahyterian, Southern
Presbvterian, Charlotte Observer, and alLbury
Watchman requesting their publication.
F. J. BROOKE;
J. il. L. SEA BROOK 5,
A. O. BUCKNER,
E. C. WAY. J
by both Democrats aitd Ill-publicans.
hue tbia js the condition oi facts, a
large force ol artillery has been concen
trated at Washington during the past
month, and it is known pesi ively that
other troops are to be ordered there with-
u the next few weeks. When resolu
tions of inquiry are offered iu the Ii U!e
to ascertain the reason for the unusual
presence of part of iheariuy and for lljese
military preparation, iu the midst oi
quiet, Mr. Gakfield; or some other agent
of GRANT jnmus t bU feet with an ol
jectiou, and as two lliirds then become
uecessary to carry the resolution, tl is laid
Now, it is useless to disguise the mean
ing ef these various movements, which
bay been chiefly directed by DoS Cam-
ERUK. They lorra a part of ihe conspi
racy lo make IIa.YESj President, by free
sustaining fraud. The pacific assurances
and the promises of agreement by those
who are acting; under; the oraers of Lha
dler, Morton, Sberiuan, and their couf d-
rules, are only devices contrived to with
draw attciitiou fiom the plot, and to
enable llie conspirators to perfect th-ir
plans, while the deceived people are trust
fully looking forward to an honorable
soluiiou of the present problems. L t
the country not be deceived by the con
spiraloie, or it may wake np some morn,
iug, as Paris did in 1851, and fi:id the
revolution in full aucccss at tho capital.
.V Y. Sun.
Wood's Improved Hair Eestorative
is unlike any othr. ud has no eiul. The
Iinpr ved has new vegetable touic proper
ties ; restores grey hair to a glossy, uatural
color ; restores fa led. dry harsh aad falling
hair ; restores, dresses gttes igor t the
hair; restores hairto prematurely bald heads;
removes ilandruff, huinors, scaly eruptions ;
removes irrttatiou, itching aud scaly dryuess.
No article produces such fwonderful effects.
. T:y it. call for WooTs Improved Hair
Restorative, and don't be put off with any
other article. Sold by all druggists in this
place aud dealers everywhere. Trade sup
plied at manufacturers' ipriees by C. A.
Cook & Co., Chicago, Sole Ageuts for the
United States and Canadas, and by J. F.
Henry. Cqrran (c Co.. few York. 51
IN XKE SUPERIOR COURT
, E. A. Hendricks, . 4 -Against
Joseph A I lend ricks, Susan Sammons
ttice, Uameline bhoal, wife of j for Keiiet.
David Shoaf, and .Louisa Stoker J ' j y
THE ST.VTE OF NORTH COROLIXA
Ta the Sheriff of Davie GAiutjfOixttiKgi
Ion are hereby commanded to summon
Joseph A Hendricks, Susan Rice, David Shoaf
and Uameline phoafand LiOuisa otokcr, the de
fendants above named, if they be found within
your county to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the ouiienor Court lor the county of Uavie,
within twenty days after the service of this
summons on them, exclusive of the day of such
seavicc. and answer the compl nnt, a copy of
which will be deposited in theonTceofthe Clerk
of the Superior Court for said count v, within len
days from the date of this sommons,and let them
take notice that if they fail to answer the saui
complaint within that time, the rlaintih wil
apply to the Court fof the relief demanded in the
Herein fail not and ot this summons make
due return. - j j' i
Givsii under my hand and seal of said Conrt,
this 30th day uf iSov. 1870
II. Ii. HOWARD, L. B. U.
It appearing from, affidavit filed that Susan
Rice, one of the defendants named in the above
summons is a non-resident of this State, and
that her place of residence is unknown. It
ordered that service of said summons be made
by publication for six successive week, in the
"Carolina Watchman,' a newspaper published
111 Salisbury, r. C
H, B. HOWARD,
Clerk Superior Court, Davie County
SALISBURY, N: O.
'pII3 IIOUSK U in the centra of business
and GTnearesI to the depot. '"
TuUe a good at the best.
Sermrts attentive and $cAite. j
Board per day .,, "i.. Si 10
Single Meals. .....TT....,' ' '
(Special Contracts for a longer IffM,
Omnibus to aud from all trains. 1
Bust Livery stable near at baud-.,
lyThe undersigned tenders his thanks to
many friends who Jure called on him aT tke
ilAMioii.aud azures them that 00 effort shall
be spared to make their future visits pleasant.
X3T he Traveling PubKe vill always but
pleasant quarter aud refreshing farg,
, . WM,H0WZ?B.
Feb. 3, 1876. 17;tf
David M. Vance, Private Secretary.
Height about C feet 2 inches ; hair black
and inclined to curl ; eyes haattd or grey
(right eye bliuks and is red when drinking)
face round ; forehead tolerably high ; coin
plexionfair; weight about 175 pounds
whik steps quick it ; RnucK-kneed aud in
eliued to stoop a little : conversation boast
tui ; writes a goou nana : wears a sso. v noe
or boot; uneasy aud resileas iu dispositiou
good ou VKiliu or batijo.
The limitation of co-partnership of the firm
of A. J. Mock & Co., expired by agreement ou
the 1st day of January, 1877 and in order to
close up the business as early as possible, they
now offer their stock of goods at greatly
reduced prices. Our terms from this dale will
he strictly cah aud barter. NO CKEDH.
We shall buy all kinds of country produce fur
cash and barter at highest market prices.
All persons indebted to us by note or account
will pleae call and pay up, longer indulgence
will not be given.
A. J. MOCK, & CO.
Jan. 16, 1S77. 14:3m
The Hon, Alexander H. Stephens says:
'The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proven
a most valuable remedy to ui.M
Gov. JauifS M. Siitilhlof Georgia, says:
l shall always ust il vilh perfect coufi
!:. ce, aud recotiiui? ud it ti the public as a
remedy which will oti'ird that fatisfactioti
1 1 I ' T. 1
experienceu oy me aua-.uiiue. ll exceeas
everythiug for i-ougiis, eolds aud obstinate
ir . : ,, ?
UllJi U-C...ll.!.. r I mllP Pinn rf 1 .l-r rn-ir V T.TL'DI -r Cn ia
rT l?. rW"' "J"" fiods i thjs day dissqlyea by mutual consent.-
tn Glob- Y lower U,ugl byrup a most ex- A who indcbted to the Firm wiU cal,
Wine Without Sugar.
The question of making wine from the
North Carolina grape is now no longer a
(question. While ai the Centennial, Mr
cjatn'l Mickey, of Salem, the largest and
most successful grape grower io this sec
lion oi the Slate, secured the method
adopted bjr the California wiue makers,
aud when he returned home lite procured
aqaantitrof the Sctippeiuoug grapes
and made eonie wine according to their
method, without using a particln of sugar,
or other ingredients, ai.d wo have lasted
this wine, aud found j it pleasant tasted.
aud entirely without; the vinegar tasie
usually accompanying our wines where
no sugar is ucd. ; 13 y this ' method a
great improvement ean be made ou lue
Xorth Carolina wines, and thev ! can be
brought up lo as high standard as any
made iu the UiUlrd states. Win. OCh-
NEW YORK CORBESTONDENCE.
Heeling oN. C. Bondholders Effect on
tJ&Market Price of Gold.
Correspondence of the Raleigh Observer.
) New York, Jn. 10, 1S77.
The meet inea lately held in this city by
owners of North Carolina bonds, including
dome of the banks and itrominent men like
AugtMt Belmont have naturally bad soma
efleet on the market price of those bonds. The
old 0s have gone up from about 16 to 22 ceuts
on the dollar, i bis is not surprising, for any
comproiuisetbat is possible to be made would
almost certainly realise more than 25 cents on
the dollar. But the special tax bonds bave
risen from 1 cent to 4 cents online dollar, at
which sales bave been made at Ihe stock board.
thou di only to a small amount, a few thou
There are of course always people to
of Msoroe High School. He has mada I be found with speculative ideas, ready to buy
HaW reputation as a teaellPr. Sueeesa anything Uiat ts cheap, but that man rauat be
iaain'i;Ar " j very gnlliWa wlio expeds to get his money
f as an editor. I . ' :,m.., ti, u..
i- - . 1 WSJbS UMIII tme iMvwmwiii. - . bot Jai uw s-
oouea from the Quarterly, the next tamed, and rightfully refused, to be bound for
Up Salt RivkbJ The origin of the
expression "Up oatt litver, as appnea
to a defeated poll Heal party, was as fol
lows : Davy Crockett, the famous Ken
tucky Congressman, while a Whig can
didate, was challenged by his De maeratic
opponent to meet him on the stump in
ioiut dieeuseion. Crotkett accepted, and
the day and place were nxed; out
Crockett did not appear, and the people,
thinking htm afraid to do so, rallied tor
his nptmneiil aud elected bun. It after
wards turned out that Crockett, who bad
started to the place in a cauo propelled
bv a negro, had been landed in the forest
at the headwaters of Salt River by hie
treicheious guide, who then swiftly pad
died off down the stream. Crockett was
too good a hunter to starve in tho wilder
ness ; but he was totally u liable to reach
the appointed place in time, aud gave it
ud. aud with it his ! chanco of election.
Hence the phrase, j"Up Salt Iliver!H
meaning; that party is hopelessly deteatf a
Crockett, however, was more lucky tWn
years afterwards, being elected by a band
some majority. j
A Round Story A man vent through
the bankruptcy court. He bad owned
fine horse and gig, and then both disap
peared for a time, but by and by the
horse and' gig were doing service for the
tame owner again. jOn being: asked what
this meant, the mail's reply was, I vent
tbiough the bankruptcy court, bat the
boise aud gig weatroaua.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
23 Xa.IJC3T CARDS all stybrs
with name lOcts. post paid. J.B. IICSTEP,
Nassau. Eens. Co., N. Y. j 4g w
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Oljnn A MONTH to Active men selling on?
yJUU Letter Copying Book. N pressor
water used. Sample copy worth $3.00
FREE. Send stamp for circular. EXCEL
SIOR MT'G. CO., 99 Madison and JS
Dearborn St., Chicago. 4w,
Cn nrjn Subscribers for 1877. Fvervbodv
JUjUUli is getting POTTER'S AMERICAN ,
MONTHLY, a lichly illustrate!, ably edit d
Family Magazine at only $3 a year. Spe
cimens 25cta. Great terms toclubsTJOHN
E. POTTER & CO., Pubs., Phila. 4w
OFFICIAL rllSTORY OF THE T
It sells faster tbau any other book. Oa
Agent sold 34 copies iu one day. This is
ihe ouly autheutic and complete history
published, oeuu tor our extra terms to
Agents. Address, National Publishing
Co., Philadelphia, Pa., or St. Louis. Ho.
Active Ageuts wanted instantly to intro
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
Nearly 800 pages ; only '$2.50; rich illus
trations; aud a treasure as the best aad
WOrlttS EXpOSltlOn, l07b Endorsed by Offi-ials, Press, and Clergy.
i? sciiiu hi iftc an tf . muy cofxrvu
$350 iu four weeks. Act quickly. Now or
never. For .full jmtieulars. Addres? HlJB
bard Bros.. Publishers, 733 Sansonr8t..
Philadelphia, Fa. 12:4w
ss m A W aav
Such eu loraeinent by our great and god
nen draervea thr Mtteul'itiu of the atH.cted.
riio.tH sutfrritig front cough, colds aud lung
tfeetlons vhoiild ue .jthe Globe Flower
Couifh Syrup. It will positively cure consumption.
For sale by Theo. F. Kluttz.
Read aod Learn for Yourself
Many valuable discoveries and much use
ful knowledge is kept from th world, be
cause of the imineuse eXpetiss in iiiaktug
them know n lo the people. This is not the
case with Hoschkk's GfcUMAX Syrup, al
though hut a few years introduced into this
country its sale now reaches in erry towu
and village in the U. 8. Iti wotiderful kuc-
cess in curing Consumption; sevra Cughs, nmrt?nicd bv W. J. Mills and wife and oth
Astnma. ana au ottier diseases .t tne tunwt ers to the sajsbury Building and Loan As
aud luug, was fiist made koowu by distnb- ciation, to satisfy the debt secured by said
uuujc eerj yr, mr mrec ynr, T-r - 1 mort LT!l"e.
at once and settle their accounts, as the bu
siness must be settled up within the next
sixty days, W. A. LUCKEY.
J. A. LYERLY,
Jan. 6.1877.. m) J. L. LYERLY.
Sale of Town Lot.
TN pursuance of a Decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County at Fall Term,
1876, I will proceed to sell at the Court
Housc door in Salisbury on the 12th day of
February, 1877, a certain lot of Land situ
ate in the great North Square of the Town
of Salisbury, fronting on Main Street about
100 feet, and running back 207$ feet, ad
joining the residence of W. J. Mills and the
lots of Edwin Shaver and Harriet Johnson,
Of such Instruments !
The MASON & ITAML1N ORGAN CO
have tne lienor lo anuoiiuce lliai tne organs
of their manufacture have been unanimously
'assigned "the FIRST RANK in the SKV-
EKA L REtiUISlT.ES of instruments of the
clasn" by the Judges at the CENTENNIAL
EXHIBITION at Philadelphia, 1870, and are
the ONLY INSTUMENTS OF THIS (JEN
ERAL CLASS AWARDED THIS RANK
This is after the severest competition by the
best makers, before one of the most competent
uries ever assembled.
They have also received the MEDAL, but,
as is well known, nieuaU ot equal merit have
been awarded all articles deemed worth v of
recognition ; so that it will be easy fur many
makers to advertise that they have received
The differences in competing articles, and
their comparative excellence, are recognized
in the Reports of the Judges, from which the
following is an extract:
5000 AGENTS vlVr to
Written by his father. A complete account
, of this most Mysterious Abduction and Ex
citiug Search. With Fac simile Letters
aud Illustrations. Outsells all other Boaks.
One ugeut took 50 orders in one day, Termi
liberal. Also Agents wanted on our. Mac-
nificent Family Bibles. With invaluable)
Illustrated Aids and Superb Bindings.
John L. Fotter 4v Co., Fubhsheis. Phil.
000 bottles to the a rtiicted. free of eh rqe. by
Druggists. No such a test of merit was
ever given befor to auy other preparation.
Could you ask uiorei Go to your Druggist,
Tho. F. Kluttz. aud get a bottla for 75
cents aud try it. Sample bottles 10 cents.
Do yon take The Sunny South?
If not, send for it immediately. It is the
universal favorite, and all Southerners are
proud of it. Let a large club be raised without
delay iu this com in unity., It is the only illus
trated literary weekly in the South, and the
press and people everywhere unite in pronoun
cing il the equal in every respect of any similar
publication iu America Ihe best literary
talent of the whole country. North and South,
is writing for it, and it has something each
week for all classes of readers. Its stories are
superior in literary merit, and equal in thrilling
interest to those of any other p:ter, and its en
says upon all subjects are from tho best minds
ol the age. l-
In addition to thrilling new stories, a series
of brilliant articles will son begin on the
Catapagn and Battle! of the Army of
m 5' i... j ...i i r vi' l .. .......
tiuguished military engineer of that army in all
its trying times. These papers a ill explain all
the ruovemetita of Generals Johnston, Hood
aud Sherman. Don't tnisa any of the numbers.
They will read like a fascinating romance.
New and exciting stories are beginning every
week or two. t
State and local agents are being appointed
everywhere, but let each community torni a
club at once and send for the ttaoer. Having
passed successfully through two of the hardest
years we shall ever see, it . now challenges the
admiration and unlimited-support of the peo
ple. The price is $3 a year, but clubs-of four
and upwards ret it for $2.50. Address Jno. II.
Seals, Atlanta, Ga.
On the 4th, inst. at the residence of John
Rogers, near Coleman's j Turn Ont. Rowan
Co.. bv Rev. Whitson Kimball. Charles
Otehcasu aud Martha Arm Rogers.
At the same time. James Ashby and
Ano KLINE Poteet. i
In Lynchburg, Va on 2d of Jan. 1877, by
Rev. Mr. Uift, MtSS L.ACRA l. l.iuoaw 10 r,
J. T- Wa. . ,
Terms made known on day of sale.
B. F. ROGERS,
Sec. SalUbury Building and L. A foeiolion.
Jan. 10, 1877. 13:4t
The oldest and most convenient Dental
Okkice in N. C, for sale or lease.
For terms apply to P. P. Meroncv, Sal is
bury, or W. F. Bason, Haw River, N. C. R.
Road. (12:1m) W. F. BASON.
A good and comfortable House, with garden
and all necessary out houses. Location desira
ble. Applv to
12-tf. C.'R. BARKER.
J. A, CLODFELTI R & CO.
Wholesale and Iietail Peelers in
OF ALL KINDS,
3AU3D7ILY 27. C.
X?8cUI orders mde from Photographs in our
office will be snpplied.
Also Agents for the Remington Sewing Machine,
the Jmost perfect and ligbt running Machine in the
market. Thev' have no rotary earns, eog wheels or
evr arms to make a noise, run hard, or get out of
order. We warrant every Mai-uinc. If they dm t
please we Uka them ack and return toe money
Call Lefo.e baying 1 see them. tlely
THIS PAPER IS OK FILE WITH
VheN Aitvarttaiua; Coutracts can be
nrdav athoine. Samples ort
l free. Srmsoji & Co Portlan
Maine. March , 76: 1 yr.
$5 to $20St
Dr. C. W. BENSONa
CELERY axd CHAMOMILE PILL3r-
are prepared expressly to cure Sick Head
ache, iNervous Headache, Dyspeptic HMfl
ache. Neuralgia, Nervousness, Sleeplessness
aud will cure auy case. Price 50 cents.
postage free. Sold by all druggists aad
country stores; Omce, lUb North Lutave
Street. Baltimore, Md. Reference : O.
J. LESTER, Casbier Howard Bank, Balti
more. Md. 4w.
WITH A COLD IS A LW A YS DANGEROUS
''THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN luri i o nitnnni IP TADI CTO
CO.'s exhibit of Reed Organs and Har- If tLLO UAnbULIU I AULC I S.
a sure remedy for COUGHS, and all diseases
monmms snows instruments oz tne
FIRST RANK IN THE SEVERAL RE
QUISITES OF INSTRUMENTS OF
THE CLASS : viz. : Smoothness and
eaual distribution of tone, seope of
- i j r i
expression, resonance anasingm? uuai
ity, freedom and quickness in action
- -a w a a . : a a a a
I Keys ana Deiiows, wuu morougii-
nesg or worKraansntp, com Dine a
with simplicity of action." (Signed
bu alLUie Judaea ) Ihe Mason and Ham
lin Organs are thus declared to rank erst, not
in one or two respects only, but in the SEV-
EtiAL lifcQUlSlTES ot sut h instruwentp.
and thev are the ONLY ones aligned this
rank. This triumph was not unexpected, for
the Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs have
uniformly been awarded the highest honors
in competitions in America, there havii g
been scarcely six exceptions in hundreds v(
competition. Uiey were awarded highet-i
Paris 1867; Vienna 73 Map 75;
and have thus been awarded highest honors
Every World's Exposition
at which they have been exhibited; beiug
OrO-lVS" ABXERXCAX? OXLO.AX7S
which have ever obtained
at any competition with best European makers, or
in anv European World's exposition .'
NEW STALES, with Improvements, exhibited at
the CENTENNIAL ; elegant new case in great va
riety. Prices very lotted consistent with best mate
rial and workmanship. Organs sold for cash or
Installments, or rented until rent pays. Errrg Or-
j . a r, r 1 w , T rtvn n ,itth m
or tne iuiiuai, i.UiM3, viir.oi ana
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXEI
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C. N. CRITTEXTON, 7 Sixth Arnm,
New York. 4:4ir
4iave been Unanimously as?ignd the
Of such Instrnraeiits, at the
U. S. IONTEXNIAL, 1876,
and are the ouly organs assigned this rank.
1 lieir superiority is thus declared, not in en
or tvro respects only, ltut iu all the impor
tant qualities of an organ. A. Medal and
Diploma has also Wen awarded them, bat
medals 'of emial value were awarded all
articles deeim-d worthy of recognition, so
that many makers cau advertise first mad-
als" or "hiiiliest awards." -
Comparative rack in excellence, hasbeaa.
determined by the Judges'" Reports alone,
iu which the MASON d HAMLIN OB
GANS are Unauitnnuy a f signed Tha
FIRST RANK iu tho several requisites"
of such instruments, and are the only oaet
assigned this rank. See Judges' ittpvrU.
This result was not unexpected, for thesa
trirana have Uui'ormlv taken lushest awards
iu such competitions, there being lest iAan
- ...a.-.". j r
gitn trarrant&t to gM rndre aalifactto to eecrg rta- mjC exceptions in RKftarcaa OJ CUmjmTUOnS.
TOADtffity'ffiVe! ILLUS They w awards first me,!als..Bd higb
MASON & ll AM LIN ORUAS CO. 154 Tremont est hotiots at Pars 18b7.- Yn-nna le3.
Strwt, Boston; is Union Square, New York; and
8 Adams street Chlcasro; 37 (ireot Marlborouirh
Street London; ti Backer Stress, Vienna : 114 Col
lins Street, Melbourne,
fie;. 21, 1S ly
1C pffl Will buy one Box of CucentsteV
Sautiago 1675. PhiUdlphia t76; bavins
thus Iteeu awarded highest honors at Evsry
World's Exj-ili-'U al whieh they bav em
petel. and iMnutt the only American orgaaa
which ever obtained auy award iu Eurou..
NEW STYLES with improvements ex
hibited at the CENTENNIAL: elrgaal
ILLTJSTIlATEi) PRICED CATALOftXTE new cass in great variety. Prires my
ire. oaa iii . ..in 1 Jotrcs consistent with best material
riflv pages 300 Illustrations, with Decrip-1 -1--- r " tit i V
tions of thousands of the best Flowers and Veg- woria....i.. vrKaua ..n ,or easo
etables in the world.and Ike way ta grow them- Mallinetrts. r rented nntil reat pays E-ry
all for a Two Cknt postage Klamp. Printed rni , tjtvr ennrr wjunurm rw
in (ierman and English. every reasonable putehtker-tir jhjn.y re-
Vifik! Floral Guide, Quarterly. 25 eenlss ThhU-,1. Ii.li stratkii ( TAtnarK
Tesr. J :r-e
VIASON k II M LIN ORGAN CX- 4
Treinon Street. rfcMow; 1'nion ffqutr. '
York;o0 and 2 Adama rttt, t hicago. 4;4w
V'c'c's Flower Rtid Veretatle Ostrier),
ll rem in aoer: in'le9srt liih"ovr.,l.s.
v icK. KorccsUr, . 1.
I 'f tConventiurj wf th fi ateruity is to be any portiou of these special tax bonds, and will
I ttL;.k ,i i,i I r..i- - ti. never pay a cent of them. They were villain-
Uale.ghonthe4thofJuly next. The o0, fr,;from which 0,nr. the thieves who
; 3 was LeM ia rbi'adsjlp'aia. ; , made ar used teem realized any ptoSL
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