ad. He lias tle Gjer-man pr
golden Millet for sale.
jliss Jennie Caldwell's school elosctl
Gapt. Cham. Cougheuour .is in tlie pity,
Also Jacob Hess of Philadelphia,
r ' ' . o - .
Mr. J. AHeu Urw u is greatly imprpy.
ing tire front of Tite office by banging pret-
Messrs. JIayne Starrettaijd Crawford,
young men pf tins place," attending 1 nn
; jty College, are homebr vftt-ation'
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Mr. T. I. Ayers has commenced work in
Ids ciirar factory here. ? vyph If??
ee8. Xowgive nsabfeejgixrdeu and wp
: are happy.
The Xatasaa Guano sold ly Mr. J. Allen
Atrovn stood the test ot the examining
loaid-it has less sand and water, than
tiny other. w . .
: Fultz Whiter Wheat. Mr. J. A. Peeier
has shown us a specimen of Fultz wiuter
"wheat, quite remarkable for length of
head (t inches) amT4he iuinHr ot grains
(86) in the head.
The Silver Cornet Hand were pleased
with their trip to Trinity, and President
fViiven was well pleased with them. lie
aavs they" may always count on Trinity at
A young man in town was so thoroughly
thoughtless as to sign the Ann's jiame to
a private note which he sent to his girl.
.'She says she don't pretend to "carry on"
wjth a whole firm.
The gentleman who plays croquet with
die gills has had somesewiug done. If
lie had worn a long tail coat, it would iio4
have been so noticeable. He says he was
-.damaged by sliding on a frout'gate.
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The old members of the Ilifle Guards,
and all -others wishing to join, are re
quested -to meet at the Court House, next
Monday night, June 24, at th tap of the
(train. This means" business.
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P. X. Ileilig & Son, ordered Mr. Over
man's buggy and not Mr. T. E. Hrowu as
tie stated last. week. Mr. Brown ordered
the handsome buggy that Clias. Price of
Meet Excursion : Mr. 1). 11. Julian
will run an excursion to Henry's next
Saturday, the 23rd and remain until Mon
day. . It -will be entirely a select party,
("oaches will be-attaehed to the regular
mail train. Hound trip one dollar. It.
Prof. IL TV J. Ludwic.k'.s school closed
hist Friday. His school presented him
with a box of fine cigars. He is "liaiipy
i iis love,'' we 'mean- liis love for ci
gaj's would not slander him by insinua
ting anything else.
Thanks to Mr. E. W. Faucetteand Mis.
Annie D. Rankin, (comniitte on invita
tion,) for an invitation to attend the "An
nual Festival of the Vesper Reading Club,
Lfnoir, X. C, at the residence of Col. C.
A; Cilley, Tuesday evening, June lDth.
'Would be pleased to be present.
Mr. Joe Gordon bought his big dog up
to market withhini one morning last
week. He bought 3 pounds of steak for
breakfast and started home with it. Before
lie had gone far, the dog snatched it from
his hand and actually swallowed it before
Mr. Gordon could take it from him. This
looks a little like "stretching" but it is
yonthed for by several who saw it.
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i; SEiZKi.',-()ur citizens had something
to liingh at last week. The next night
"lifter the "water haul" made by the
revenue men of this place some mischiev
ous fellows tacked on a hogshead in pub
lic square used as a reservoir by the street
Irii)kler man, a large card which bore
Uic following: -'Seized byvlnternal reve
iiue oflicers." The thing was so ridiculous
that our oldest citizens could not refrain
ftoin smiling as they passed.
,) O ;
I D'mnfee tants. There are many cases in
jvhkh disinfectants-become a necessity as
means of preventing disease and its
infectious spread Carbolic acid is useful,
a it ..arrests 'decomposition of the distur
bing cause as well as neutralizes tin? pois
inous effluvias. Carbolate of Camphor is
also believed to kill the germs of conta
gious diseases. In many situations dry
dirt may be :wipiyed with entire ellicien
T if freely used to cover all offensive
places in yard, lot or garden. It is cheap,
and the applieat ion very simple.
(7'Y. Their, is a chair maker at
Tlipniasville, X. C, who makes a, rattan
Vtom, spring post chair, very, light, all
lkkoi y, neatly finished and pretty enough
r any parlor, at $13 per dozen. The
Stability of the work well established.
tv-o, Larnhart, of this county, makes a
"yli.sh white-oak and hickorv bottom
jtfiair, spring post, alLfiiiely finished, near
AV Oflal to the Thomasville article, (hand
. oik out and out), for $10 per dozen.
K'Tou who want chairs should patronize
tlese,struggling home labors. Samples
of the goods at Fraley &, Julian's shop.
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Sunday School Picnic -Tlie children of
tlie 1st Presbyterian Sabbath School, had
A joyous time at Mr.' A. L. Johnson's
Sve ami fish pond on Tuesday. Mr. J.
Also gav them as much ice as they waut
e Ir.fRobt. Jolmson improyel the oc
casion also to show much politeness to
j le ladies and children, handsomely con
jributing to the happiness of tlie party,
unfortunately we could not attend,
, -"fa cannot undertake to describe what
e did not see, though we learn from oth
vfj that it was a very pleasant occasion,
marred by neither accifent nor rudeness.
We have purchased Mr. Hears' samples
of Ready Made Clothing, Fine Medium
and Low Ericed Goods, and will sell then!
at a discount.
It. - JONES, GASKILL & CO.
Two of outyoung men of good standing
were xm before the Mayor for fast drivjng
in the streets. They plead that they
meant no harm, were only driving "out
with some lady friends didn't know the
Ji-orses were going-last in fact didn't know
they were out of avvalk. The major told
them that men ought not to forget them
selves "so far as to drive in that manner
through the streets they might have run
over and killed some one, and he did not
thiuk that their distraction . should
be so great as to endanger the lives of
others. He -let themoffwith something
oyer $4.00 apiece.
J)qpil8on College Commencement. This
event will take place on Wednesday and
Thursday of nexjt week (27th and 28th
hist.,) and the-extjrcjsps this year will be
unusually .-attractive. Besides the usual
college exercises, the Key. Pr. Wither
spoon, of Petersburg, Va., will deliver the
annual oration before the Literary Sqcier
ties, on Wednesday morning, and the lie v.
Dr. Flimi, of the South Western Univer
sity wilFaddress the Alumni in the after
noon. -Gov. Vance will be present, and it
is expected that Gov. Hampton of S. C,
and'Judge Fowle of X. C, will also be
present and contribute to the interest of
the occasion. The N. C. R. R., the W. X.
C.Tl. R., the A. T. & 6. R. 11. will pass
all visitors over their roads, both ways,
for one tare, and the C. C. & A. R. R.,
and C. Central will charge half fare each
way. Ample arrangements for the enter
tainment of visitors have been made.
The following was received by one of
our business men last year; it explains it
self beautifully :
Xear District Line
Near Chester & Lenoir R II
Mr. t -February the 187G
Salisbury "N. C
I have known
you from reputation and through the in
nuence ot Ct L McXeel I am induced to
send vou and order I flatter nivself that
I am prompted with the simple tact that
you can furnish grain as cheap as an
other place in X. C.
The position I occupy in society and as
head of the church you cannot (lout njy
honor and honesty I am no deceiver and
can refer you to one thousand persons and
know you cannot rest better satisfied than
the notion you can form of me of what you
see I have a large farm and make from
thirty ti ye to forty eight bales of cotton an
ually and a great deal of gram I have a
great niaiTy standing wages hands to furn
ish and it will take twenty five bushels
of meal per Mouth to do them 1 refer you
Steiihouse &. McCauley the cotton I have
sold them at a time The Charlotte Foun
dry as to my punctual payments. I will
make small orders Monthly to show you
I am pure and payments the same way
Please ship to Chester 15 Bus of bolted
meal 1 sack flour 10 Bus oats send a bill
I will send a check in 30 days.
J Ihm. Philo White has returned -to his
home inWhitestown after an absence of
several months. Ho has visited his kin
died and old friends in the Carolinas.
Utica (X Y.) Daily Observer.
The bi 1 to prevent frequent changes of
text books in the public schools has been
signed by the Governor. It prohibits a
change in text books within five years.
It seems to bea law that can easily be
avoided. Additions to the Hst of text
books can bemadc at any time, and if it
is desired to evade the law the pupil can
be directed to procure one or more looks.
Utica (X. Y.) Daily Observer.
LLOYD'S THE COLONY.
Tlie Railroad company is putting in a
side track for a station at the water tank,
near the Leonard cut, to be called Lloyds,
and a post office by the same name will,
in a few days, be established there. The
mail matter for the colony is already
large. This is the point selected by the
colony folks, around which they are loca
ting. Col. Watton lias a tract of land near
by upon which a town is being laid off in
which he proposes to yive&t nominal prices
to the heads of families alternate lots,
and executes title upon their making im
provement. Already, busy preparation is
tobscrved in the way of clearing off prepar
atory to building. Many houses will be
underway in a few days. Tlie plan of the
town is unlike anything in this country
a regular yankee village, and, withal, has
through its centre something like the
Champs Elyssee in Paris. Blue ffiihje
A few weeks ago we published an arti
cle copied from one of the Salisbury pa
pers in relation to a child being poisoned
by drinking Cyanide of Potassium, the
article saving that there was no antidote
for that poison. Mr. J. S. Broadaway,
Photographer of this vicinity, tells us that
Protosulphate of Iron (Copperas dissolved
in water) is a sure and perfect antidote if
given iu a short time after taking the
poison. It changes instmitly the Cyanide
of Potash into a harmless compound
every trace of the Prusic Acid being neu
tralized thereby. He says he has had
cases of poisoning from drinkingCyanide
of Potassium to come under his own ob-
servatiou, and after taking the Copperas
in a little water nothing serious resulted
to those who had taken the -poison.-Charlotte
Winston Sentinel: William Shouse, liv
ing near Old Town, on last Monday, even
ing left the field where he was at work to
go to the house after some water. Stay
ing some time, his son, vlio was in the
field with him, went to the house, to see
what detained him, and found him lying
in the barn dead. The deceased was
about fifty jears of age, and had been in
! delicate health e - '
PEACE AXDGOOD WILL .
At the meeting of the American' Sfedjcal
Association, in Chicago, some days ago,
ji physician from Kentucky offered the
Resoled, That tlie members of the
American Medical Association regard with
feelings of th deepest pride and pleasure
the sentiments of peace and uatioualitv
now existing and steadily gaining in our
great country, and that, in commencing
the second a ntnry of our national inde
pendence, wchail the present and pros
pective harm ny of the American sister
hood of States as promising the greatest
and most beneficent results to science and
humanity in :he nation.
These pacific resolutions, the Chicago
Tribune says,) were seconded by Dr. Gris
som, "the wejU-known Superintendent of
the North Carolina Insane Asylum, in a
neat and effective speech, and unanimous
ly passed." In this connection it is pro
per to state that Dr. Grissom was made a
member of the Judicial Council, a body
composed of seven distinguished members
of the mediical profession. No higher
honor than this has ever been bestowed
by the American Medical Association upon
any Southen doctor.
The doctors are a conservative class
Haying, as a profession, nothing to do
with polities, their expressions, such as
the above qujqted resolutions, are of more
real value than siniilar utterances from
political bodies. The doctors are close
to the people their daily visitations carry
ing them to the bedside and hearthstone
and they, perhaps, more than any other
class of society, are capable of reflecting
accurately the unbiased sentiments and
opinions of the masses of humanity with
whom they deal. We take the Chicago
resolutions o ' peace and good will as ad
ditional and strong evidence that the great
heart of the American people Is in earnest
in its desire for a true and lasting recon
ciliation between the sections so latelv in
arms against! each other. Hal. Xeics.
Salem Preys We learn from Mr. A. M.
Jones that a ihuman skull was unearthed
by hogs, from a mound near the site of
the Old Richmond Coiithouse, in this
county. Subsequent other portions of
the bones of the body, some metal buttons
and shreds of woolen stuffs, supposed to
be part of clothing, were found. A noto
rious old tor ; by the name of Tate, was
hung at the courthouse daring the Revo
lutionary wi.r, and it is supposed these
are his remai ns, as he was buried near the
scene of his execution.
Fayettevitye Gazette: The man recently
seen floating in the Cape Fear, face down
ward, with body partly nude, has at last
i J It lilt MVl JMU llj U3 V HJl
fished put of the water, and, after
linationj 'decently buried near Pros-
pect Hall. Contrary to the fust informa
tion given, tbe deceased was a white man.
though the skin, where exposed to the
sun, had been burned black. The physi
cian who examined the body stated that
it had been iri the water thirty days. In
the pocket-- were a small sum of money
and a watch marked 1). R. McLean."
It is singular that the uutortunate man
has no friends who, so far, have missed
The X. Y. Journal of Commerce, speak
ing of the late discovery in this State of
frauds on the Government by Revenue
officers,' says :
"If the detectives of tlie Department of
Justice are not called off from Washing
ington, it will doubtless be found that
Government agents are at the bottom of
the illicit distilling business in North
Carolina mountains. We would hold these
men prima rijlv responsible for the crook
ed" w hiskev1 of that region. They should
be captured and punished to the full ex
tent ot the law, before the troops there
engage in another raid. Now that these
official frauds have been discovered, tbe
North Carolinians would be justly incens
ed if the soldiers shoot another citizen or
destroy another still before the revenue
service has been purged of the last of its
rascals in that State."
The Petersburg (Va.,) Index has posi
tive assurance that President Hayes will
visit the South as soon as his duties will
Ten years of assiduous activity would
be cheerfully given by many a sufferer for
that purity of blood which guarantees im
munity from disease. The labor of a few
hours will purchase that most energetic
blood searcher and purifier, Dr. Hull's
J. X. Murdock, a mail agent on the
Richmond & Danville Railroad, was found
dead in that city Tuesday morning. He
is supposed, to have committed suicide.
Last Friday lie was before U. S. Commis
sioner Atkins, charged with robbing the
mails, and bailed in the sum of $2,(J(M) tor
a hearing Wednesday.
Trinity CoUeyc. The Commencement
exercises of Trinity College closed Thurs
day afternoon. We have only time this
week to make a short notice of the exerci
ses. The Rev. H. T. Hudson of Shelby,
preached tlie Annual Sermon on Wednes
day, and those who heard it complimented
the Rev. gentleman for his very successful
effort. On Wednesday night Capt. Gran
ger of Gold shoro, delivered a handsome
address lefore the Alumni Association.
On -Thursday, Gov. Vance and Hon. J. M.
Leach delivered short addresses. Gov.
Hampton was prevented from attending
by official engagements.
The only Degree conferred was that of
I). D. on Rev W. T. Harris of Tennessee.
This is the way a correspondent of the
Magnolia Record recently informed that
vpaper that in Sampson it was dry weath-
er, out mere mignc oe ram soon : june,
with her cargo of Summer stocks, provid
ed by nature, is here, and while the weath
er is dry and cool, it is unknown how soon
Jupiter, the Grecian god, with his weapon
of thunder and his JSgis shield, may send
I forth storm and tcmtest."
BUSINESS JLOCAIi. COIiTJMN,
The new style "Sequence Buttons'1 the
latest thing out in dress trimming at
Meroney s & Rogers'.
Carolina Hams at A.
We have a large number of Hats slight
ly out of style which we ofler at greatly
reduced prices. Meroney & Rogers.
We have the sole agency for Sorghum
Cane Mills and Evaporators.
Meroneys & Rogers.
The "Peerless" Fly Trap, only 50 cents
at A. Pa uk kk's.
Ladies Scarfs and Fichus from 35 cents
to $1.50 at Meroneys & Rogers'.
New stock of Victoria Lawns and Swiss
Muslins at Moroueys Sc Rogers'.
American Sewing Machines with all the
attachments, (formerly sold for $75) for
$40 at-Mcroney's & Rogers'.
All sorts of Sewing Machine Needles,
attachments and repairing at
Meroneys & Rogers'.
A. Parker has employed a first class
baker, and bakes fresh bread and cakes
Corded Piques are 12 cents per yard
at Meroneys Sc Rogers'.
Wall Paper and Window Shades at
Meroneys & Rogers-.
Best Calicoes are 7 cents per 3ard at
Meroneys &. Rogers'.
It is generally conceded
Price sell's the best 5 cent
A Noted Divine says
They are worth their
tveight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dr. Tutt: Dear Sir: For ten years I have been
ft martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation, and Pile?. Last
spring- your pills were recommended to me ; I used
them (but with little faith). I am now a well man.
nave good appetite, digestion perfect, regulars. ools,
piles gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid flesh.
They are worth their weight in gold.
CUBE SICK HEAD
CUBE FEVEB AND
Dr. Tutt has been en
gaped in the practice of
medicine thirty years, and
strator of anatomy in the
Medical College of Geor
gia, hence persons using
his Pills have the guaran
tee that they are prepared
on scientific principles,
andare free from all
lie has snccccded in
combining in them the
qualities of a strengthen
tHg.purgalivt, aula r
i lying tonic.
Their first apparent ef
fect is to increase the ap
petite by causing the food
to proper' y assimilate.
Thus the system is nour
ished, and by their tonic
action on the digestive or
gans, rctrular and healthy
evacuations are produced.
The rapidity with which
persons take on flesh,
while under the influence
of these pills, ol itself in
dicates their adaptability
to nourish the body, and
hence their efficacy in cur
ing nervous debility, mel
ancholy, dyspepsia, wast
ing of the muscles, slug
gishness of the liver,
chronic constipation, and
CURB BILIOUS COLIC
CUBE KIDNEY COM
CUBE TOBPID LIVES
imparting health nnd strength to the system. Sold
every where. Office, 35 Mu ray Street, New York.
TRIUMPH OF SCIENCE.
Gray Hair can be changed to a
glossy black by a single application of
Dt.Tutt's Hair Dye. It acts like magic,
and is warranted as harmless as water.
Price $1.00. Office 35 Murray St., N. Y.
What is Queen's Delight1!
Read the ilnswc?
It is a plant that grows In the South, and is spe
cially adapted to the cure of diseases of that climate.
18 NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
Entering at once into the blood, eTpelHng all scrof
ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatic affections. Alone,
it it a searching alu-rativc, but when combined with
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it forms
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla
and Queen's Delight.
The most powerful blood purifier known to medical
science for the cure of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul
discharges from the ears and nostrils, abscesses, skin
diseases, dropsy, kidney complaint, evil effects of
secret practices, disordered liver and spleen. Its use
strengthens the nervous system, imparts a fair com
plexion, and builds up the body witii
HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
As an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly
recommended. Hundreds of cases of the worst type
have been radically cured by it. Being purely veg
etable its continued use will do no harm. The best
time to take it is during the summer and fall ; and
instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you
will enjoy robust health. Sold by all druggists.
Price, $1.00. Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower" was dis
covered to be a certain cure for Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint, a ft-w thin Dyspeptics made
known to their friends how easily and quickly
they had been cured by its use. The great mer
its of G i:kkx's ArorsT Flower, becmie her
alded through the country by one sufferer to
another, until, without advertising, its sale has
become immense. Druggist.in EVERY TOWN
in the United States are selling it. No person
suffeiing with Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
t'ofitiveness, palpitation of :he Heart, Indiges
lion, low spirits, etc., can tak three doses with
out relief. Go to your Druggist, T. F. Klcttz,
and aet a bottle for 7-3 cents and try it. Sam
ple bottles 10 cents.
The IIn-i. Alexander H. Stephens says:
'The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proven
a most valuable reined' to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
I shall always use it with perfect confi
dence, aud recoiiiineiid it t the public as a
remedy which will afford that satisfaction
experienced by me and mine. It exceeds
everything for coughs, colds aud obstinate
lung affections." .
Ex-Gov. Rrowu, of Ga., says: "He finds
tiie Globe FlowVr Cough Syrcp a most ex
Such endorsement by our gteat and god
men deserves the attention of the alllicted.
Those sutFeriug from cough, colds aud lung
affections should use the Globe Flower
Cough Syrup. It will positively cure cou
snmption. For sale by Theo. F. Kluttz.
When used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat
ume liner, fienrajgia, tprains, linuses, um,
Contracted - Muocles, Stiff Joints , Corns and
Uurns, on human being; and -Span n, King
Bone, Gall, Cuts, Scratches, etc , on animals.
Coossen's Lightning Liniment is nnequaled,
and its enect stmplj electrical. As Us name
suggest., it is quick to relieve, and thousand.
bear witness to its astounding virtues. I or sale
at II. T. Trahtham's Drag Store.
A thronz of sufferers with couehs and coldn,
annually go South to enjoy the ethereal mild
ness of the land of flowers. To them we would
say the necessity of that expensive trip is obvi
ated by Compound lionev of lar, which speed
:i :.i .L. t" i i
ny vanquisiies me cougns ana coias inciaent io
tliis rigorous clime. For public ppeakers it
surpasses the Demostheric regimen of "pebbles
and sea shore;" clearing the throat until the
voice rings with the silvery cadence of a bell.
Use Com poand Honey of Tar. Price 50 cents
a bottle. For sale at H. T. Trantbara'a Drug
Tbeo. F. Kluttz is eivina away a hand-
oin-s book entitled 'Pearls for the Peo
ple." coutaining much valuable information
and many interesting articles. It also con
tains a history of the discovery of the.-'IIep-atine."
for diseases of the liver, dyspepsia,
constipation and indigestion, d'e.i, and gives
positive assurance that when the Heparin?
is used it effects a permanent and lasting
cure of these diseases, which prevail to suh
au alarming extent in our country. Take
the Hepatine for all diseases of the liver.
Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co."
June, 21, 1877
Cotton dull Middlings,
B.vcox, county, hog round
Chickexs per do:cr.
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
10(76 12 i
Flouh markpt stocked-
Onions no demand
S CO All
12 1. 15
1 1 1.5
World's Exposition, 1876
Of such Instruments!
The MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO.
have the honor to announce lhat the organs
of their manufacture have been unanimously
assigned "the FIRST RANK in the SEV
ERAL REQUISITES of instruments of the
class" by the Judges at the CENTENNIAL
EXHIBITION at Philadelphia, 187(i, and are
the ONLY INSTUMENTS OF THIS GEN
ERAL CLASS AWARDED THIS RANK.
This is after the severest competition by the
best makers, before one of the mo8t competent
juries ever assembled.
They have also received the MEDAL, but,
as is well known, medals of equal merit have
been awarded all articles deemed worthy oi
recognition ; so that it will be easy for many
makers to advertise that they have received
The differences in competing articles, and
their comparative excellence, are recognized
in the Report of the Judges, from which the
! following is an extract :
"THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN
CO.'s exhibit of Reed Otgans and Har
moniums shows Instruments of the
FIRST RANK IN THE SEVERAL RE
QUISITES OF INSTRUMENTS OF
THE CLASS- viz.: Smoothness and
equal distribution of tone, scope of
expression, resonance and singing qual
ity, freedom and quickness in action
of keys and bellows, with thorough
ness of wor manship, combined
with simplicity of action." Signed
by all the Judges.) The Mason and Ham
lin Organs ar- thus declared to rank first, not
in one or two respects onlv, but in the SEV
ERAL REQUISITES ot such instruments,
and thev are the ONLY ones assigned this
rank. This triumph was not unexpected, for
the Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs have
uniformly been awarded the. highe-t honors
in competitions in America, there having
been scarcely six exceptions in hundreds ot
competitions. They were awarded highest
Paris 1867; Vienna 73 Saiiliap75;
and have thus been awarded highest houors
Every World's Exposition
at which they have been exhibited; beiug
ONL-2- AMERICAN ORGANS
which have ever obtained
at any competition wlUi leM European makers, or
In any European World's expolilon .'
XEW STYLES, with Improvements, exhibited at
the CENTENNIAL; elejrant new cases In great va
riety. Prices rery loirru consistent ltli best mate
rial and workmanship. Orsrans soM for cash or
Installments, or rented until reut pays. Etery Or
gan trarrantrji to gia entire wtiSirt inn to every reas
onable purchaser or THE MOMEY KEKCNDFD. lLLV
TRATED CATALOOI ES snt free.
MASON & HAMLIN OKUAS lO.-1l Tremont
Street, Boston: 23 Union Square, New York: and
8i Adams Street, Chl-a?o: 37 Great Marlborough
Street London; 22 Ba-;ker strasse, Vienna; 1 14 C'ol
I will sell at the Court House, inLexington,
on the 2'1 day of June, 1S77, a Tract of Land I
lying in Uooa Township, adjoining the lands
of Jno. Barnes, Henry Beck, Eobt.SirnmerKon
and others, containing 138 acres, more or Less.
ISaf" Terms off-ale Cash.
JOUN II. MICHAEL,
Mortg'ee of II. A. Clement,
31.3U May, 7th 1877.
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By virtue of a mortgage deed executed by
Geo. W. Ilinkle and wife Msry Hinkle, lo J,
R. Rice on 2nd day of Nov. 1874, to secure the
payment of a certain bond given by them to the
Raid J. R. Rice, bearing even date with said
mortgnge, which said mortgage deed and bond
were assigned by the said J. R. Rice to the
undersigned onbe 19th day of March 1871,
we will sell to the highest bidder tor cash at
the Court House door in Mocksville on Moo
day the 4th day of Jane, 1877, the tract of land
in said mortgage deed described lying in Davie
co., 4 miles west of Mocksvilie on which said
Hinkle now lives, containing about 60 acres.
J. A. WILLIAMSON,
P. W. LEACH,
April, 28, 1877. (29:4t) Mortagees.
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Ennifa' Drug Store. Price 2ii
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At a little over Half-juice, one second hand
Buck Eye Mower and Reaper combined, or a
New Champion Mower and Reaper. Terms to
suit purcha-oi. Applv to
4t. Mill Bridge, May 9, 1877. -
BY R. E. CRAWFORD.
MOWERS k REAPERS
-A LARGE LOT.-
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fn pnratianrc lo the nuthoriir reflet r. we.
as Mortgagee Ijr Mortgage Dt-.td .j:ia!e iu ttie
on the 6th dav of March, IS74;by M: A. Mof-
fitt and his wife Harriet R. MofUtf, I tdiall pro
ceed on the ISth day of Jqfie, j 1S77 at J2
o'clock, at the Court House door in" Lexington ,
to nell to the liighert bidder ftjrca'shiwo tracts
of land, the first adjoining the lands of G.
Darrand others, containing tevenjen acres,
the aecond .adjoining Jhe" landi-of.'; Phillip
Kanojr, D. V. .Mofiitt and oth'efa, ccniaining
fifty acres more or less, ,? r , :,5
J. W. CECIL '
May 14, 1877. (31:1m.) Mortgagee,
i t. ,-; ..i-if,,, . .
Cotton Tress -Buildinfr..
Tlie undersigned offers lla wry ices lo fiie
public for Cotton Pfcm Huildistg -and : Repair
ing, and will do this work cheapen Ijan,,.''"
before done in thi? coHntry. Address
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Enochvillle, Rowan CoualyfN. C.
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