"TTlnfeiior Court had despatched 20
' -.8 bv noon Wednesday.
This court week-there is no whistling
an't hardly tell it is court week.
L. C. Mocfc lias returnea irom rnu-
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3inhia. wnere ne ua ucru vi
The library has received all itamonth
jv -publications for iOct., including the
foreign reviews. &c.
The Rev. J. Bacbman Haskell will
rt-idi at St. Johu's Lutheran Church on
nelt Sunday mui""', mm ui6i., wt,.
- We have a new artist at the old Gallery,
n.-vrrv. who makes a specialty f
Mr. ii'-""' 7
life size pictures, Call and see him.
The Cumberland Co., Agricultural Fair
will be held in Fayetteville on the 13, 14,
15 and 16th of Nov., 1877. We return
thanks to Win. Alderman, Sec, for acorn-
plimcntary tictvct,. ,
Last months marriages don't quite come
nn the standard. The Register reports
eleven white and one colored. This shows
v.T?i tor? !il full inf off in the statistics of
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matrimony among the colored folks.
There is nothing of local interest to he
found in or about this town. Every time
we go ia search we are forcibly reminded
that there is nothing new under the sun
and we might add, or "in the waters un
uVr the earth."
Plvler's new lot of fine papers. It is the
prettiest lot we have seen for some time
Among others, the "Toilet," "Sandwich,"
'Reticule," "Cathay," "Seraph," "Mary
Woe." and "Perfection," will be found
prominent both in style and texture.
People are apt to complain aloud of high
freight&,Jnit too often keep silent when
they are low. A case in point: two 100
lb. boxes from Philadelphia at 77 cts. for
the tvo is moderate.. A 251b. keg from
New York at 38 ?ts! is a little higher than
a 50 lb. kee from Cincinnatti at 49 cts
But all these rates are less than half those
Thei gas post on the corner of Fisher
and Church streets was knocked down by
a team last Monday night. x
We have since learned that one Criss
well, who lives about 16 miles from here
on the'Statesville road, drove his team
against it He was uuder the influence
ef .whiskey at the time. He should be
held responsible for the damages.
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Bill Weaver, the little son, of Jake, the
fisherman, has been tried and sentenced
by the Interior' Court, for the petty theft
of a. pistol, to four mouths imprisonment
in the county , jail. It is a bad tiling to
drag into court boys who have been raised
as he has, with no restraint or education
generally his first case in court seals
his doom he will never be any account.
Dck Wallace, the famous colored polit
ical star, has been sentenced by the Infe
rior Court t the Pen. for one year. Dick
talks like Hamlet about "this too, too
solid 'flesh," though he always did like
Floyd Xeely, col., five years in Pen., for
stealing a cow.
, Henry Phillips, col., two years in Pen.,
for stealing a shot gum
We are 'particularly gratified at the
success of Simonton Female College. The
HiMuber of hoarding pupils in attendance
is larger than any previous year, and ac
cessions are still being made. It is an ex
cellent school and deserves success.
.We-are glad to learn of the success of
this college. Wc know of no other school
for young ladies preferable to this.
Mr. John I. Trexler met with an acci
dent a few days' since. He was cutting
feed in a straw cutter, when -it became
choked, and in trying to pull out the
straw got his hand under the knife blades,
cuttiug his thumb and fore finger nearly
oft'--splitting them from the knuckle
joint to the cuds, necessitating the ampu
tation of the fore finger :Jthe thumb will
he saved. Mr. Trexter lost, some years
ago, his left arm iu a. cane mill. He is an
industrious, hard working man and has
the sympathy of many in his troubles.
II ho can JJeat This, In or Out of the
.'i.ur. unsiav us iuiuer raised, tins year,
26 bushels of wheat on one-half acre of
up-land ground. Three two-horse wagon
loads of manure were used, and the ground
suhsoiled from 10 to 12 iuches deep.
.nr. Uunlap, chairman of the Guard of
county commissioners, sowed one bushel
ot wheat and gathered therefrom seventy
oyl. 4$oth of these gentlemen are citizens
Stanly county, and the figures cannot
he disputed. '. " J. S. Duxx.
Albemarle N. C.
A young man from the couu try came to
town last week with his bride. They in
tended to take the train for a short bridal
tour, hut our young man felt too cood
he must have a drink he felt better and
roust have two more drinks; thus con
tinuing to feel good and drink accordingly
he soon managed to be down. The police
took him in charge for that oiGfense and
ie mayor fined him. He had spent all
s money for liquor and had not the
here withall to pay said fine. He was
accordingly sent to Greenwood, where he
PW)t the first night of his married life.
aie ofhis friends came to his relief in
few days he is now out and
When the disorders of Babyhood attack
your Baby use at once Dr. Bull's Baby
.vrup and notice its rapid aud beneficial
t. 2o cents per bottle.
I he bacramental meeting of 1 hyatira
Church in - this county, passed off last
Sunday with more than ordinary interest.
The Rev. Wm. A. Wood, of States ville,
lent his services to the occasion. His
sermons areT spoken of by all as being re
markably fine. His fine choice of words,
gentle, deliberate manner of speaking, and
earnest zeal for the cause of Christ,yso
potent in ever sentence, makes for him
many willing hearers. The people of
that section are greatly pleased with Mr.
Wood and highly appreciate his great
List of Jurors for the October Superior
First Week : D J Sheets, Martin
Blackwelder, T C Walton, Moses Lingle,
David Barrier, R H Cowan, Milus Miller,
Jacob Morgan, R II Kluttz, Atles Kirk,
E L Sherrell, M L Phifer, D J Goodman,
J L Holtshouser, D D Peeler, M A J Bost,
J J Sloop. Jno II Buis, Juo F Lennard.
II C Gilliam. W L Parker. Sr.. W H
Albright, H C Walker,. & Holtshouser,
Jno Roueche, J D Miller, Wm Nolly, J G
Morgan, Peter E Swink, J W Beaver,
Phillip Sowers, W W Miller, J F Corner,
Wm Lambeth, D A Atwell, D A Seaford
Second Week: D F Wrright, W C
Rose, J K Graham, Henry Kluttz, So
Morgan, Wm Overman, Calep Yost. J W
McLean, 0 M Holsouser, J M Martin,
Mich Shuping, WT R Fraley, M S Shullen-
barger, T W Rainey, AxJ Laurance, Geo
IJame, Tobias Penninger, A M Cruise.
COLE'S CIRCUS AND MANAGERIE.
W. W. Cole's and circus and manageri
will exhibit in this city on the 13th of
Octeber. The Vicksburg Herald has this
to say of it :
W. W. COLE'S CIRCUS AND MANAGERIE.
One of the Best on the Road,
Our citizens anticipated much in W. TV. Cole's
jrreat New York and New Orleans Menagerie and
Equestrian Exposition, and were not disappointed.
Although expectations were raised high, we never
knew of a tent sbow giving such universal satisfac
tion and admlrtlon- The day was aala occasion
for many, for from the time of the street procession
to the close of the night performance, the streets
were full of people The parade in the morning, al
though very much better than the usual street exhi
bition, was ODly a faint representation of what was
to be seen in the interior.
The collection of animals was both large and vari
ed. Menageries are becoming so common now that
we fall to appreciate thenany rare animals which a
good show like Cole's has in its cages. The species
on exhibition arc not often brought within the bounds
of an iron cage and therefore were great curiosities
to the beholders.
The ring performance unquestionably was the best
that has been seen in Evansville for a long time.
There were very many features, introducing the
skill of man and beast. The greates attraction was
theleautitul artiste, whose actions on the rings sus-
pindeJ from the center pole were thrilling in their
daring. She swung through the air with remarkable
ease, suspended by her "head, at other times by her
shapely limbs. To these accomplishments, she add
ed a loveliness of face and form, and was a brilliant
feature of the performance. We cannot enumerate,
for there were splendid bareback riders, who dared
to span Ave and six horses in their race about the
ring; lofty tumblers who made flying leaps and the
acrobats who were finished and new in th.elr exhibi
tion. There were besides these a number of trained
animals which showed wonderful sagacity in their
Takeu altogether, Cole's circus gave unbounded
satisfaction, and of course had the canvas filled each
time toaverilowlng. Everything about the exhibi
tion Is orderly, and the attendants are obliging to
even the fastidious inquirers who always go to cir
AN ANSWERED PRAYER.
A letter to the Baltimore American in
regard to the Lawson murder and the
execution of Shifflett, says : One singular
thing connected with this murder is worthy
of mention. At the funeral of Lawson
the officiating minister prayed that "God
would blight the trees from the spot
where Lawson was assassinated to the
murderer's home, and it may 6onnd
strange, yet it is true, the trees from
where his body was found in the direction
.of Sbifflett's house are all blighted and
dying, whilst all the other trees around
are perfectly healthy. This story has
been in circulation here for some time
believed by a few, but doubted and made
fun by the many. Last Sunday several
gentlemen representing city dailies, who
had arrived to "do" the execution, visited
the spot and found it an actual fact.
SHOOTING AFFAIR IN MADISON
W. Y. DAVIS KILLED, NOAH RICE
A fatal shooting affray occurred on Bull
Creek, Madison county, on last Saturday,
resulting in the death of W. Y. Davis and
the serious wounding of N. II. Rice. The
particulars are as follows: Davis has
long been a fugitive from justice for the
murder of Ben Inman, for which he had
been tried at the Spring term of the Su
perior, Court at Marshall and convicted
He was then takeu to Waynesville jail
for safe keeping, but broke jail and re
turned to Madison and for some time past
has been prowling around his former home
A reward having, been offered for his air-
prehension, Rice, hearing of his where
abouts, determined to arrest him. His
friends tried to pursuade him not to at
tempt to capture Davis by -himself, but
he being a resolute man declined all offers
of assistance, saying that he "could arrest
him easily by himself." Hearing that
Davis would meet one of his friends at a
certain point, he came upon him unawar
es and Commanded him to surrender,
which Davis declined to do and ran. Rice
pursued, hnng at him as he ran, hitting
him twice. He then ran and caught
Davis, when the latter shot him, the bal
hitting him underlie shoulder and giving
a dangerous wound. The doctors say
that with proper treatment he may recov
er. The coroner summoned a jury and
held an inquest over the body of Davis.
Bogy's Successor. Col. David H. Arm
strong, an old citizen of St. Louis, and the
"wheel-horse" of the Democracy of Mis
souri for the past twenty-hve years has
been appointed United States Senator by
Gov. Phelps to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Louis V. Bogy. Col. Arm
strong is at present vice president of the
board of police commissioners at St. Louis.
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A Husband and Wife Fovnd Dead in Each
(Special Dispatch t the Philadelphia Times.)
Pitsburg, September 25.
A tragedy enacted at Zanesville, Ohio.
yesterday, creates intense excitement in
that place, the death of man and wife, one
murdered by the other, and the suicide of
the murderer or murderess, being the
groundwork of the tragedy. The particu
lars are as follows : Abuer James was an
undertaker iu Zanesville, his office beiue
on Ninth street. He and his wife did not
live happily together, although they had
been niamed but fourteen months. . Re
cently business troubles have added to
the unhappiness of the couple and a-sep
aration was looked for. Yesterday their
disagreements reached a climax and Mrs.
Janjs left home, vowing she would never
live with James again. She started for
the residence of her mother, Mrs. La cock,
a widow, about eight miles from the city,
and was followed by her husband. Thev
left the city together in the same train
on the O. and M. V. R. R. They got off
at Delcarbe and started to walk together
to Mrs. Lacock's. When last seen alive
they were walking together and apparent
iy in an excitea conaiton. i uey were
walking up the lane leading from the
public road toward the house, but they
never reached there. This morning about
8 o'clock the bodies of both were found
lying in a fence corner, about 300 yards
from the house. The husband had a bol
et hole in his breast, and the wife one in
the temple and another in the region of the
heart. They were ticrhtlv locked in each
others arms, and in the left hand of the
wife, held as in a vice, was a revolver,
with which it is supposed the dreadfu
deed was done. - How they came to their
death is, in a measure, a mystery, as no
one saw the fearful tragedy enacted. The
supposition is, however, that the wife first
shot the husband, and then put the two
bullets into her own body before death
came. 1 here was no indication of
struggle, and it is supposed that it was a
dan mutually agreed upon to put afiua
quietus upon all their earthly sorrows.
General rHill has entered upon the dis
charge of his duties as President of the
Arkansas Industrial University under the
most flattering auspices.
In this county, by Adam Brown, Esq.. on the 27th
Mr. K. L. HEAVER and MISS MARY K. EAVEF,
At her home In Mt. Pleasant. X. C. Tuesday. Oct.
2d. Mrs. Christopher Melchor, aged T5 fb so yeais.
relict ot the late Christopher Melchor.
On the same day near Mt. Pleasant, Mr. Moses
Shlmpoch, ot consumption, aged about 6S years.
THE COSFEDETATrSOLDIER'S RETURN, OR THE LOST
Cause. A magultleeut picture, leautiful In design
aud artistic In execution. It represents a Confeder
ate soldier after the war returning to bis borne,
whleu he nnd3 ruined by shot and shell, looking
lonely and desolate. In front of the rulneu cottage,
telling a sad tale of the miseries of war, are two
graves with rude crosses, on one of which some
friendly hand has hung a parland. The graves
are overhung by a weeping willow, In the shadow
of which stands the returned soldier with bow
ed head, as If thinking of the past. To the
right the calm river and rising moon Indicate peace
and rest. The stars seen through the trees repre
sent the Southern Cross, draped over the graves, an
emblem of the Confederate nag as well as a harbin
ger of brighter days to come. The flood of glorious
moonllffht streaming through the trees and reflect
ing on the peaceful river adds to the sentiment and
Deauty 01 tne scene ana its surroundings. .o ue
scrlption of this gem of art will dolt justice it must
be seen. It Is a picture ihat will touch every south
ern heart and should And a place In every southern
home. It is 14x13 Inches In size, on heavy plate pa
per. One copy will be sent by ma'L in a pasteboard
roller, to any aaaress, post-paiu, on receiptor 25cts.:
three copies for CO cts., or six for $1, In currency or
postage stamps. Agents wantea every wnere to sen
this and a variety of other popular and cheap pic
tures. No money required until they are sold. No
trouble to sell them. Send stamp for catalogue and
A. CREGAR & CO., Publishers,
49:3t. 167 Market St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stephens s.ivs:
'TheGIohe Flower Cough Syrup has.proveu
a most valuable remedy to in.'
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
I shall always use it with perfect- cotifi-
der.ee, and reeommetia it to the public as a
remedy which will afford that satisfaction
experienced by trie aud mine. It exceeds
everything for coughs, colds and obstinate
Ex-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says: "He finds
tiie Globe i lower Lough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsement by our gieat and good
men deserves the attention of the afflicted.
Those suffering from cough, colds and lung
affections should use the Globe Flower
Cough Syrup. It will positively cure con
For sale by Theo. F. Kluttz.
In enumerating the ills which flesh is heir
to, euch as Indigestion, Heartburn, Sick Head
ache, Sour Stomach, Nervous Debility, Chill,
Torpid Liver, &c, what a comfort to think
that a relief from all of them can be obtained
by using Fortaline, or Tablets Vegetable
Liver Powder, which can be had of any Drug
gist for 58 cents. It establishes a permanently
healthy action, and its operation is mild and
effective. Use Portaline, or Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. For sale at II. T. Tran
tham's Drug Store.
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower" was dis
covered to be a certain cure for Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint, a few thin Dyspeptics made
known to their friends how easily and quickly
they had been cured by its use. The great mer
its of Green's August Flower became her
alded through the country by one sufferer to
another, until, without advertising, its gale has
become immense. Druggist in EVERY TOWN
in the United States are selling it. No person
suffering with Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
Cnstiveness, palpitation of the Heart.lndiges
tion, low spirits, etc., can take three doses with
out relief. Go to your Druggist, T. F. Kluttz,
and get a bottle for 75 cents and try it. Sam
pie bottles 10 cents.
The following note was picked up on the
street yesterday, can be had by calling at this
office : "
Dkar Josh : Please come home. We need
you very much, as seveial nad accidents have
befallen us. John sprained his ankle badly,
and Sarah' frosted feet are troubling her. My
corns are increasing in number and severity,
and the knots on our mule's back are growing
larger, uncie uick is iaia up wan tne rwieu
matism, no do come home, and bring a bottle of
CouRxens Lightning Liniment, which is suc
cessfully used by our neighlors, for each of the
above afflictions. You can buy it at any. drug
store for 50 cents a bottle.
For sale at Dr. Trantham's Drug Store.
AN OHIO TRAGEGY.
A Noted Divine says
They are worth their
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
D. Tott: Dear Sir: For ten yean I have been
a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation, and Piles. Last
sprine your pills were rvrommended to me ; I used
them (but with liitle tai'h). lam now a well man,
have good appetite, digestion tScnect, regularrools,
piles gone, and I Iive (rained forty pounds solid flesh.
They arc wor h their wcijrht In gold.
Ret. it. L. SIMPSON. Louisrille, Ky.
CT7&2 SICK HEAD
Dr. Ttitt has been en.
gacd in the practice of
medicine thirty years, and
for a long time was demon,
st rat or of anatomy in the
Medical College of Geor
gia, hence persons using
his Pills have the guaran
tee that I hey are prepared
on scientific principles,
and are free from all
He has sneceeded in
combining in them the
qualities of a ttrtnrtkeu-
'heir first apparent ef
fect is to inc rouse the ap
petite by causing the fond
to properly assimilate.
Thus the system' is nour
ished, and by their tonic
action on the digestive or
gans, regular and healthy
evacuations are produced.
The rapidity with which
ptrront lake cm fifth,
while under the influence
of these pills, 4 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,
chroiiic constipation, and
CXTBB BILIOUS COLIC
CTTSa KIDNEY COM
CTT&Z TOBPID LIVES.
imparting health and strength to the syftcm. bold
everywhere. Office, 35 Mu-ray Street, New York.
TRIUMPH OF SCIENCE.
Cray Hair can be changed to a
glossy black by a single application of
Dr.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 Delight!
Read the Answer
is a plant that grows in the South, and is spe
cially adapted to the cure ot diseases ot that climate.
I U NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
Entering at once into the blood, expelling all scrof
ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatic affections. Alone,
it it a searching alterative, but when combined with
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it forma
Sr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla
and Queen's Delight,
The most powerful blood purifier known to medical
science for the cur of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul
discharges from the cars 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 with,
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. 1 Sold by all druggists.
Price, $1.00. Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
Tbeo. F. Kluttz is giving away a hand
some book t-utitled ""Pearls for the Peo
ple." coulainiug much valuable information
aud many-interesting articles. It also con
tains a history of the discovery of the "Hep
atiue." foriseases of the liver, dyspepsia,
constipation and iudigestioii, fc. and gives
positive assurance that when the Hepatine
is used it effects a permanent and lasting
cure of these diseases, w! ich prevail to such
an alarming extent in our country. Take
the Hepatine for all diseases of the liver.
POST OFFICE DIRECTORY.
For the benefit of the public the following directo
ry of the Post Otllce of this city Is published :
Two malls north of Richmond, Va., per day.
First opens, 11.30 A. M. Closes 7.00 P. M.
Second opens 6.00 P.M. " 9.00
South'n mail opens 7.oo A.M. " 5.oo "
Western " " 3.00 P. M. " 10.50 A. M.
But one mall a day ea-t of Greensboro to Raleigh
and other points eastward which closes at7.to P. M.
But one mail a day to points between Salisbury
and Richmond, Va., which closes at 9.oo P. M.
Three malls a week to- Mocksvllle and other points
on this route. Leaving on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday and returning the following days.
Two malls a week to Albemarle and other points
on this route. I.ea.ing on Monday and Thursday
and returning the following days. j
One mall a week to Jackson Hill and other ixMnts
on this route. Leaving Monday and returning next
One mall a week to Mooresvllle and Intermediate
points. Arriving at 12 M., Friday, and leaving 1 P.
M.. same day.
One mall a week to Mt. Vernon and Wood Leaf.
Leaving Saturday at 7 A. M., and returning at c same
omce hours for delivering malls from 7.30 A. M., to
1 P. M.. and from 1.3t P. M., to 6.30 P. M. Sunday office
hours from 7 A. M., to 8 A. M. From 11.30 A. M., to
12 M., and from 6 P. M. to 6.30 P. M.
Money Orders Issued and paid, and letters regis
tered from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
DAVID L. BRINGLE, P. M.
Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
October, 3, 1877.
Bacon, cbunty, hog
Cuickens per dozen
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Flour market stocked-
best fam. $3.00
Onions no demand
Apples, dried -Sugar
New York. October 2. Flonr heavy
and 1025c lower with a very moderate
business; superfine western and state,
4 75&5 50. closinsr dull; southern flour dull
and declining; comiuou to fair extra, '5 IX)
6 45; good to choice, 6 50S 25. Wheat
26c lower. Corn opened a shade firmer
and closed dull at e decline. Oats ic
better. Coffee steady. Sugar firm and
in moderate inquiry: 8$tf for fair to
good refining; refined in fair demand for
home use; 1010i for standard A. Mo
lasses firm with a fair jobbing demand.
Rice unchanged and moderately active.
Pork firmer and quiet; new, 14 2o1435.
Lard closed steadv; prime steam, 9 25
027h Whiskey steady at 1 13 J. Freights
Cotton Firm; uplands, 1 1 ic; Orleans,
lljc; sales, 587; consolidated net receipts,
32,132; exports to Great Britain, 6,929.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
100 TIMES MORE GUAM)
THAN ANY SHOW EVER SOUTH
At SALISBURY, SATURDAY, 0pLl3
Coming on 3 Special Trains !
Fifth Tour of the Continent by Railroad.
A CONGRESS OF BEWILDERING ATTRACTIONS!
10,000 SEPARA TE AND DISTINCT NO VELTIES!
The Earth, the Sea, the Sky are all represented4n a
VAST WILDERNESS OP EXHIBITION TENTS.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL.
ZOOLOGICAL AND EQUESTRIAN
A Mammoth Mnsenm ! A Stipends Mena&erie! A Famous Circus !
W. W. COLE SOLE PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this vast and unparalleled consoli
dation of interesting and attractive features has for the
season of 1877, through a life-long experience and a lav
ish outlay of money, the pleasure of placing before the
public the GRANDEST EFFORT OF HIS LIFE, by
procuring all the attainable novelties of the Brute Crea
tion from all quarters ofthe world, and in connection
therewith will be found the most conspicuous Riders,
Gymnasts, Grotesques and Acrobstic, Male and Female
Artists, to be found in any part of the world. This grand
and classic entertainment is wholly exempt from the in
elegancies and coarseness too frequently permitted in
most of tent exhibitions. In this Great "Show there is
nothing ever presented that a gentleman would hesitate
to bring his family to witness, or the most exacting take
OUR SUPERIORITY DYER ANY OTHER SHOW in AMERICA.
The Wonders and Beauties of Nature ! Ten Thousand
Ocean Marvels! The Gaucho Horsemen af the Pampas!
Superb Display of Arenic Pro wens! Monarches of the
Rivers & Jungles of India, Africa and South America !
I Challenge the World to Equal my New and Great
fc1 ( f Son orth of Golden Tableau Cars and Chariots
P v V, V J viike Mountains of Burnished Gold In Sunlight.
EXTRAORDINARY FEATURES JUST ADDED :(
(The only specimen of Real Fur Seals ever upon exhibi
tion.) BABY ELEPII VNTS, BABY DROMEDARIES,
BABY LIONS, BABY LEOPARDS,
DEN OF MONSTER SERPENTS, (Some of which are
50 feet long.) DROVE OF BACTRIAN CAMELS,
A HERD OF ELEPHANTS,
A $20,000 HIPPOPOTAMUS, BABY CAMELS,
BABY MONKEYS, BABY TIGERS,
BABY SEA LIONS, A SEA ELEPHANT, (Captured
in the South Sea.) THE WALRUS,
ao PERFORMING WILD
( Speciality in
THE MOST GORGEOUS STREET PAGEANT ETER SEEN,
More Wild Beasts, More Men and Horses, More Curiosities, Mag
nificent and Gorgeous Wardrobes, Heralds, Kings. Knights,
Body-Guards, Ladies of the Court, Soldiers, Battle
Men, Horse-Guards, clad in Armor of Silver,
Steel and Gold Platings,
;SCEHE OF SPLENDOR
NEVER BEFORE EQUALED. SEE THE
Grand Free Hippodramatic Street Pageant
Coming on 42 Railroad Cars. Horses All in Fine Condition
ALL RAILROADS RUN TO AND FROM THIS
NEW AND GREAT SHOW
AT CHEAP RATES TO ALL.
ADMISSION as Usual To Circus, Menagerie, Aviary, Museum,
Aquarium, Amphitheatre, & Trained Animal Exhibitions of
Doors open at 1 P. M. aud 7 P. M. 1200 Cushioned Opera Seats.
EF"REMEMBER ! Only One ticket required for all advertised exhibitions of the
GREAT SHOW OF THE WORLD.
Will alto Exhibit at MARION, OCTOBER 15A,
Show on Earth.
this Great Show.)
Wholesale and Retail Det !r In
OF ALL KINDS,
SALIS2JTJTT W. C. '
tj-flpeciftl orders made from Photograph in oar
office will be supplied. .
AlaoApents for the Remington Sewing Machine,
the most perfect and light running Machine In the
market. They have no rotary cams, cog wheels or
ever arm to make a noise, ran hard, or get out of
order. We warrant every Machine. If they don't
please we take them lck and return the money.
Call before buying ul see them. 10:ly
Simonton Femalr College.
States ville, N. O.
The Fall Term Opens Aug. 29, 1877.
Board and English tuition, $85.00 per pen
sion of twenty weeks. Catalogue and circular
witlvfull particulars, on application.
Address MRS. E. N. GRANT,
A. S. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office In No. S Lawyers Row,
Opposite Court House.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
STATESVULE, N. C,
S M LANIER, Proprietor.
OK ELEGANT CARDS. No two alike. With
J name, loc. Post paid, ilusted, & Co., Sasmm,
N. Y. ' . 4w
Revolver and Cartridges for $3.
A fine nickle plated, seven phot, pocket re
volver; a first-class article. Sent C. O. D., or
on receipt of price. U. W. WILLIS, P. O. Box
2,718, New York.
Thousands will bear testimony (and do it
voluntarily) that Vegetiue is ihe bPt medical
compound yet placed before the public for
renovating and. purifying the blood. 4w
IASI1S Eecrart la
Italics Keae Cral
feidint firept. Sett
0.' ttis Fiptr for 2d
etatj. Tfcrtt Cetilor
50 etEtl. In Cor
re Dry n-Sumps.
L. A, THDMIDIt
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DAXGKKOUS.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
a sure reraedv for COUGHS, and all diseases
of the THROAT. LUNGS. CHEST and
PUT IIP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST. '
C. N.CRITTENTON, 7 Sjxtii Avenue, New
I IT M
A Certain aid Sure Cure,
Large Reduciion in Prices. A trial bottle free.
Mrs. J. A. DROLLING EK, La Porte, Indiana.
Bo-x 1038. (Formerly Mrs. Dr. S. B. Collins.)
The only combination ot the
QAIJCnnn'C truc Jamaica Ginger with choice
QMlirUnU OiAromatlcsanrt French Brandy,
ils a delicious, harmless, and
jStronsihrnlig substitute for all
kinds of stlnttilants. It promptly
relieves uvspepsja, oppression
after Eatlnjr, and every species
of Indigestion, corrects all dis
turbances of the Stomach and
Bowels, and cures Cramp, CnlUs,
Fevers and Malaria. Ask for
Thoce wishing Relief and Cure for Rupture
should consult Dr. J. A. SHERMAN, 258
Broadway, New York, or Fend for hia book,
with Photographic like nesses of bad cases be
fore and after cure. Bcwareof cheats who pre
tend to furnih Dr. Sherman's treatment.
One of these fellows, a genuan clerk, 'now
calling himself Dr. V. (. Crempien. is indict
ed on complaint of Dr, S. and awaits trial for
forgery and embezzlement. 4w,
PKEraBEi fob Immediate Use.
207 PEARL ST., NEW YORK-
From the thoutaiufs of purchuert of our PRE
PARED PAINTS, we have, yet to luar the
first Complaint. The reason is apparent. Our
paints have Mood the teet of years, where all
other painta have Jailed in durability Their
covering capacity, being greater than an other
pair.t, presents a practical item of economy. Our
paints are guaranteed in every particular, the
consumer assuming no rusk whatever, as we will
re paint any building on which our paints do not
prove satisfactory; allowing a choice of English
B. B. White Lead, or any other paint inuse.
(29:2ra) T. F. KLUTTZ Salisbury, N. C,
Cheap Chattel Mortgages, 1
and various other blanks for saje l.er