THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1877. by
The annual CoiitVvenec of the Methodist
Episcopal clmrcli assembled in this place
on Wednesday the 29th Nov., and is
still in session. Owing to the detention
of Bishop Dpggettj4y Waft waters and
the breakage of railroad collisions, he
did not reach here untVT!"id;iy night,
and consequently thte
delay mi the bsriee$ qf fl
We shall ?0t atfpnjpt
interest tp Bur yeadcrs.
' fiUXUlY EXEBCI3E8.
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xTL. remembered for tl e intuvatin"
exercises which were had. . WiPPP"
preacueu a memoi im txiwyu ucUmh
x. . . i t i. i t!i. if.
the late anu mucu ianjemif
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i a. i ..-..i.i oo- iiia i
...i A... tL B,n,n n band-
wmely conceived and eloquently aeliei-
.1 .AAAnsni..i.Mnf l.u liPJirprR and
ru, dvileuiuq nv o - j-
tlllius them with sacred sweetness.
jifternooqwas spent in the administration
of the sacrlmeut of the ford's e upper, a
he sacrament ot Uie iorti'fi supper, a
, la,i,ambep paWaklns. At nigl.t
ro Wa another wrmon, after wlrtch
.here was another sermon, after which
seven candidates were ordained as elders,
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'iliplIey-Mr, JSQnamrr.er preacneu ai
the Vresbvtei'iau church from John XV, I
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s ons were natural, the arguments clear
. vofloerinn rt.innt
: ..ii .w...ii and 1,P. ennelnsion
irresistible The attentiqn of tlie congre
gation was firroy lipid throughout, 'and
So7, J the char-
acter of those U'llicU tf) Measure up m
- their hearts and carry away vjth them,
' fo be thought over and talked about for a
Mr. II. is a young
man of manifest abilitv, discharges the
Ami f hU rieA in n mnnnpr
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- WHICH IS veH IMUtuiilltu " piuuii iuc
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numoer or tiie paooniu ocnooi scijpjars i
large congregation, tilling the seats on
the lloor and gallery. The children were
arranged in the centre block of pews, im
mediately in front of the rostruui. The
exercises iere opened by singing three of
P. IVittJlas' beautiful Sunday School
hymns.' If was perfectly charming to
hear thesp sweet songs sung by so large
an audience, themselves delighted with
the exercise, We niHat particularize one
yoice, that pf AJr, Best, of Raleigh, whose
grand bass, like a great balance wheel,
regulated the movement with the preci
pionof clock work.
Mr. Hudson was thenintroduced, and
T,r)ceedin2s a they progressed from day force itopou us, and this is particularly heeQ reJK)rtetli MllDy uegvoeti wero Uriv
to day, as tl,ey would fdl our paper; but "f!, 2SliS;i-??-?S- en from their cabins and sought safety on
will endeavor to present items of general iinallr.'lti 'believed that with the the highest grounds in the neighborhood.
the t0VYU were assembled ill tll Piesbyte- o-renco now q,u (U, Mi Fu.f signincance oi uie writing on uie political ,loor in Mocksviile, Davie county, on Monday,
iian church at 3 o'clock P M to hear to attend the General Conference to meet Wall, and wants to secure friends who can 8th day of January, 1878, for cash, the lands
addresses from tlie Hoy. If. V Ilndson, Atlanta next May. do him some good. -specti vely,
. . - '. .' o.. . rr,T-.T Tr Pnnnrpr is nit n Kmtutifiil iievsnn . . i. n.. - . i-
and PlOf. A. W. Mangllin, Ot tUe State unr.ui... Ai ;v, V 1 ' vne tract i.vinjr in i;avie county, aojoiring
UiverBity. ' Tl.i8 servic attracted a very K. II. D. WiUon, 1). I. MgS,2TTS:: f.1l?.l,,L-,,i Ifcr.
delivered a very appropriate address to iustitutiou prominently aud impressively
parents and Suuday school teachers, before the members of Conference ; aud
dwelling chiefly upon the great responsi- by a S1eech filled with touching appeals,
bility resting on them in the formation of awakened a deeper concern for its pros
the character of the young, and showing perity. The Doctor, it seems, has sus
liow it must affect the character of the tamed the publishing House to the extent
next generation of men aud women into of aU own lwrstai property, and now
whoso hands wiirsoon pass all the grand asks the Conference to 'wake an appro
concerns of religion and human 'affairs prJation for its relief.
nis warning, exhortations and encourage- Tue ucxt auimul Cauferonce will be
ments were faithfully delivered; and con- jiei(i ju Charlotte.
sidcrUig tllP brevity of the address, its An interesting incident occurred in the
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compreiiensiveness was remaiKauie.
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Bulging unouiui jij uiu, i ioi.
Mangum followed in an adarPSsspecially
t.eaisucu ioi ui uiuuica, k-mp iuuuuii
lie managed to get trom the start. His ducted immediately in front of the presid- of cheese, and 3T4 lot of butter, all deem
pbject vas tq bring them t9 realize what iugofficer, Rev. 0. Burton in the chair, aud ed good enough to exhibit at a great an-
a loving inemi tney uave in jesusj and
an must nave ieit tne powev qi nu Sjinpie
mode of impressing his thought upon his
Ihe exercises, whiclb continued till sun arose and ad4vpsed tho Conference iu a
down, were closed with another beau- speech of somo 15 minutes duration, iu
tiful song; and as tlie great congregation tlie colxrse of whici, he pspaaji4 foy 4iin
slowly passed out, Miss Warner struck 8elf and the body he l-epressnted the most
the keys of the Organ on the gallery, and coldial good, feeling toward the North
filletHhe lipugc with its Rudest melo- Carolina Conference. He had been a
es slave iu Teunessee great changes had
No important matters transjdred dur- taken place and were still going on. He
mg last week, Much time was spent in UONV engaged iu the same work with
the usual examination f character, and those whom he addressed. He was sure
the Committees were Jreparing their Ue those he represented had thesytn
ports on various subjects ; autJPaudidates patiiy of Ilisi white brethren in Christ,
for promotion from one prd,er o auptbef He believed there was a mutual and nat
were nndergoineniulpatiou. al iyiMpfttiiy Uatweeu tj.em, and that it
Que of theTuost importmt items of ..L..7,i.i , .....i i : . a.-...
lnisiucss takei, up this njeetfng was the
question oi a vision or iue UonferenCe.
The Committee having this subject under
consideration agreed unanimously, we
Mieve, to wiort in favor of tip divfsiou,
The following is their repprt on the wb?
m(C uf.au,HjHR5 la me
"FW Us' fataLU to .it U..t .1,.
f odfennce h. mm too Wij aha burl-
eusorae to ikj eniuiuiuiou ai ips annual
serious, extent iu a very feyy of qur larg-
ies; while njany of the" smaller
, loth in the east and the west,
are anxious fo extend brus thi
hospitality, are depnvetl of tljw pr jyilege
and the blessfugs accruing ftoiu qur gath:
erings. ; ' ' " . ''
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conference stretches over a scope pfcoun-
:rv RlMitit four hundred miles in; lenkrth'.
embracing two totally dissimilar plimates
them bills of heavy ex pehses which !di-
miiiuhed the smali pittance lett tuem ai:
uk..muu ma u.c t.n.p t,g wueii tne which won tlie applan pf tho ftudiance
v..h..uvp Wyu.4 vjhh 'utM iwo l'repident Burton responded to these
conference I he retisong for tWs opinion addrMek h, a vrv hnnhV manner. nr.
tex their necessary, expenses are paid at
borne. ' .
,e Jpi offlirVnitopreioM
by this uasare. There is a Joug strip of
mnntrv Ivinff between the border of this miA
aud Holstou Conference, wrjjcij yn never
I"LT'r V ,n; oke
corners and nooks in the mountains that
wjllTiot be reached except through a new
conference.. Furthermore, it is well known
that a division of f "d
coiiirreations tentrto more rapid ueelop-
ment and faithfulness; and this is equally
true preference to conferences.
"Fourth, The division' seems to ho a
foregone conclusion, smerp question pt fi
. a m- - - ... . i dt ... i
transfer of the State territory lying with-
DOUUUS OI Uie lioiwnr ouierciv,
conferences. AVe have in the eastern di-
vision about 3G,0(X church members and
100 pastoral charge in the Wtp,
about i.uuq cuurcn meraoers. apu o
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iwsiiiu cnuigcs. "" 41 u un-v.u vruu
mnVn itntli r-(tti1Vi'phRAhirfr(r than twenty
nnrrPA n rtinir, riif loiifiwiiiir: i "
Ji'esohetl, That er as a conference, I
memorialuo the General Conference,
,lh t . Atlanta in May next, to
I r v.n. r'ni;.,a fnnfr-
uuuciicio iv nic Hl'im vy4"- i
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ence all the terrltorv m the state oi isonn
Carolina within the bounds of the Vir-
- jpanjrpd , if hr the wisdom of that
transfer the territory f U.e Virginia Con-
transfer the territory of the Virginia Con-
ference in this State, and will transfer ns
the territorv of the Holston Conference
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ma(le tl,e "" running along tlie eastern
boundaries of the Charlotte and Salisbury
rfiafHH r!, east, and ith the State
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l,ne8 f orth Carolina Oil UH) WC8C."
Some discnssion then ensued, in respect
to the boundary proposed by the Coin- J
mittee, and several amendments were
i ' severa.iy fai.ed to
pass, and the Committee's report stood as
"Rev. T. II. Pegram, a leading member
of the Methodist Protestant church, hav-
ing some tinp before tak, letters of dis-
mission from thaf branch of the Methodist
family, came forward on Monday
completed Ins eonnectn
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compieteu ins cannecuqu wiui mis
ference by taken the vows of oruinatiou
List of delegates elected by the N. C
List of delegates elected by the X. C.
J. W. North, D. 1).
B. Craven, D. D. L. L. D.
Y. S. Black.
W, H. Bobbill, I. D,
E. A. Yates.
, lAY DElB5GATRS t
Ct Q, Montgomevy,
-T. M. Jones,
O. W. Carr,
. Dr. Redfouu, representing the publish-
Conference room Tuesday nizht.
catum 0t six or eiirht members of the col-
oved Conference by previous appointment
werc formally received. They were cou-
jntro4uced ju their official capacity as
representatives of the colored Conference,
Thay werfl tW1 doyn to seats, and after
a miimie ov two. pne Of their number
the Master's w oi k in the earth. He asked
that the prayers and efforts of the N. C.
Conference might be given to aid them in
educating, elevating and christianizing
h struggling people, &c.
Aiiothey ef their number, a Vilgini,
also addressed the f!nnfiermieft in verv
pieasimtwords we -could not hear, but
J?C m '" Nr Cnfrreuce uever
W firKottn. tliciu and would never cease
j lu vyi uuu mwr iuf weir prosperity
The delegation theu ret-ed and Con-
ference-rfetui-uea to the moderation of
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the ixioits of oomnnttees on church pro-
luo "S Mouse in Aasivuie, pen-
odjcaJ literatrej SubbatJi school! all
of which passed.'
Several impromptu speeches were made
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during the evening, which served to show
hat this representative assemblage of the
t3 praqnne as el i tjk collective
was considerable f 1 gH, deal of stock was drowned, and it is fear.
e Conference. wf tiejino Ridge, in their ofiu?ial meetr ed that many human beings were also
ta report the iDgs. 'rj,e giowinff numbers will soon lo6tf though as yet only two persons have
( v THE FBESIIET
In tlio Roanoke rivpr it is denominated
fi.A TLeft-het of last year swept
away mills, bridges, rfianties, fences, &c,
destroyed crops : but the late freshet the
Mcce(je4i tjiat. The waters of the Roan- and
ro.se from 0 to 8 feet above the highest
mark last year higher tliau ever known
before. The damage done to ungathered
crop - ai(j ja golue cases to crops already
harvested and stored in bams, is simply
enormous, involving the whole section
known as the Roanoke. Some of the
sufferers estimate their losses at from
f.ft thousand dollars. A ereat
others, some store-keepers among them,
fc u jnto the ,oft of thejr llouses aU
the lower part being submerged with xra.
ter. In onfe case some fellows (as related
by a AViMcorresndeutatScotlandNeck)
paddled a canoe into a store, and satin
Iraw some whisky.
If lml en kotiip rnvn and cotton which
had been under the water for 24 hours
Uhlt wa8 not much damaged except by the
J ; ' . f w ' Tl fc
discujoiation iiom muauj water, mat
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miiiilini ho1 inntimioil Tru frtll tnr
the corn to gprPUtf c
The late freshot in South Kiver, on the
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M we learn from a gODlleman hvlug on (
as we learn i.o.n gouupm. u muiguu
its banks, a serious affair, A great deal
of corn was Ciiudit on the stalks and the
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euough to destroy it tpr all practical pur-
posejl Much of it is now rotting and will
ri - 1 rr
The Contest Over.-The struggle in the
tj. S. Senate over the contested seats re
United on Saturday, in seatiug Jlutler, of
8. C, and Kdle of Louisiana Patter
sol)) ef S. C, aud Couoverj of Florida,
voted for seating these two claimants.
It is said Patterson hopes Butler will
stand between him and the S. C. Peni-
tentiary, where Ins crimes make his ti
and services due. No explanation for i
carpet baggar Conover's voting for the
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Democratic uuticr lias yet been suggest-
ed. It may be that Conover has had the
benefit of a Daniel to reveal to him the
rnns tne description : "Conover lias lean,
spidery legs, ami a medium-sized body,
a sloucuv and amiaole manner, and ncr-
vous movement; a standing collar, deep-
hciumed ; is very bald, with darkish-red
liair, like a back curtain from the poster
ior; small, tw inkling, blinking eyes, weak
and bashful. The face never rises to
pugnacity, and seldom settles to serlous
ness. The naked cranium is flat as a
clam-shell. He lias a small nose, a little
turned up at the tip ; a brown beard covers
his sharp jaw s and chin ; the face is a
kind of a small spout to the flat, inverted
bread-tray of the skull. '
We took occasion some weeks ago to
show that Kellogg has no right to a seat iu
the Senate. He was elected by the fraudu
lent Legislature of Louisiana, which, it
will be remembered, fell to pieces the
moment the troops were withdrawn, be
ing utterly "without the continuance or
support of the people- of the State, He
obtained the seat by fraud, and for the
sake of part izan ends, to retain the Senate
to the radical party.
Cheese Shoir at Kilmarnock. An Octo
ber No. of a Scotch paper has been hand
ed us by Mr. Win. Murdoch, giving an
account of a Butter and Cheese show at
Kilmn'rnnfk. Thi chse i.nriW W ti.
a ton in wei-lit, number 478. The
Butter entries ;r4, Just think of 473 lots
hmal show, and tell us by what sort of
tests the iud-es cm ever d..id which
lot is entitled to the prize. Will they go
around and taste and smell! Seven hun
died bites at cheese and butter and theu
tell which bite was the best ! Iluntiug for
tl needle iu a hay stack would be better
TIIE EASTERN WAR.
Latest Recounts from the Russian and
Turkish war reprpf&ut the Russians as
)vitf 8utaineil a repulse on the 28th
and 3Uth lust., near Etiopol, with serioua
The Pope U not yet dead, notwith
standing he lies for hours in an insensi
Specials to the Tribune say that the Ife
publicans have heard that the Democrats
are trying to get a majority in order to
declare Tilden President.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York Sun, remarks of the vote of the
Senate of Jaafc Tuesday ou the motion to go
into excoutive session which was carried
by the Democrats 28 to 30, that Mr.
Wheeler was then the first Vice-President
since Calhoun to announce a hostile party
The New York Sun's objection to the
organization of our army ia that it is all
heatl. It is all onicersA On. the loth of
October last the number of enlisted men
iu the cavalry, artillery aud infantry (ex
clusive of hospital stewards, clerks, gen
eral service men, and other unavailable),
was 19,527. The huge hed of this tail
consisted of 2,151 commissioned officers
There were niue and seven-tenths of a
man to each officer ! The staff numbered
5ii3, as large as that attached to the im-
jneuse army Uussia now has jn the field.
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The South Carolina Legislature met on
Nor. 27. The Democrats have it all their
own way. The following statement shows
relative strength of parties and races,
reveals something of the substantial
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fruits of Hampton's great victory
Democrats Colored ,
Vacant 1 -
Independent Rep. AThite
j J. K. BURKE,
SALISHUliy, N. C.
Will aUo attend to the calling of sales
in the country for Administrators', Exucutors,
ind others, lerms to suit the times. 7:1m.
. . , rn b l ammm Pnnpt
OjJdlilCLl 1 dl ill Ul lllD OUptJllUl UUuil.
In pursuance of an order of the Governor
of the State of rorth Carolina, "a Special
Terra 0f tiie Superior Court, for the trial of
Civil Cases, will be held for the county of
Rowan, on Monday the 14th day of January,
1878, and continue until the business is dis
All civil suitor", having actions at issue in
the-TsuperioT Court of Kowan county, are noli
fled to attend said term of the Court at the
time aforesaid, together with all witnesses, who
pre under sub(Kena in civil actions depending
in said Court.
i Chairman County Couiniistuutiers.
December 4lli, 1877. 7:4w. ,
DAVIE LAUDS at PUBLIC SALE.
By virtue of two Mortgage Deeds executed
to us on 20th day of March, 18 , bv Juo.
Bradford of the county of Davie ami State of
JNorth Carolina, to seem e tlie payment of the
"'." or lhree """J! 1:,ml tmy dollars we
win c a t 'vs ttr imjuiiu fiiic at inc vtun l iiuu?r
Also the tract ot land lying in said county
on which the said Bradford now resides, ad
loming u. x. Alien, jacon oonnatzer anu
others, containing 45 acres.
This ord day of INoveinher, 1877.
A. II. STKWAMT,
7;4t. Morten jjees.
An oM physician retired fi-otn active practice, hav
In? had placed in his hands bj' an Eiist Indian mis
slonary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy
for the speedy and pennanent cure ot Consumption,
Kronchitls. Catarrlt, Asthma, and all Throat and
Lung affections, also a jiositive and radical cure for
General Debility and all nervous complaints, ait-r
having thoixinhly tested lis wnnderitil curative
powers In thousands of cases, fet-ls it Ins duty to
make It known to Ids suffering fellows. The recipe
will be sent, free of charge, lu all who desire it. with
full directions for J'reparin and successfully usinsr.
Address with stamp namliv thl! paper. Dr. J. C,
Stone, 44 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, l'a,
And T aril happy to say that I have the Lest
selected Hock ol
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
I have ever offered in this market; and can
sell them lower than ever known before
Rlack Alpaca, 2" to 4-i cts. per yard; 4-4 Sheet
ing 7 cts.; Flannels, '20 to 30 cU.; and bargains
in pant goods; bargains in every department.
ClotMni! Mini! (Mint!
In this line I can offer reat inducements,
and can say to my customers that they can save
25 per cent, by calling on me before buying
A full line of Hats, JSoots, Shoes, Crockery,
Groceries, &.c, and I expect to continue the
ROOT AND IIKKH 15 US I NESS
as heretofore. Call and see.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
STATESVILLE, N. C,
S M LANIER, Proprietor.
tSyServariU Polite and Attentive. S3
Book's to receive subscriptions to the capital stock
of the "NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRUIMA R.
ROAD COMPANY," will be opened under the direc
tion of the following commissioners, at the follow
ing places and Uiaus :
IN DAVIE COUNTY :
At Mocksviile, Saturday, November 17th, 1ST7.
At Jerusalem, Tue-sday, Nov. 20th, "
At J. R. William s, Thursilay, Nov. 22d, "
At A. A. Spring's, Katun i;y, Nov. 24th, "
Smith (iiwe, Tuestjay, Nov, 2Tth, '
Farrainsrton, Thursday, Nov. svto, '
AffClarkesvllle, Saturday, Dec. 1st, "
At Calahan. Tuesilav. Dec. 4th, "
and remain tpn at Mocksviile until 12th Dec. under
corajnissionei's, ilarch. l-arter, anu uooe.
IN ROWAN COUNTY :
At Salisbury, Saturday, Nov. 17th, ISTT.
At Franklin, Monday, Nov. mh, "
At Foard's Mills, Tuesday, Nov. 20lh, "
and will remain open at Salisbury until 12th Dec.,
under commissioner James Kerr.
JAS. E. KERR, W. B. MARCn.
A. G. CARTER, A. M. BOOE.
Com in ixSiuMM.
Salisbury, Nov, 7th, 4377, 3:6t
MARK. THESE FACTS!
TnETESTlMOXYofthe WHOLE WORLD.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
tW Let the sufferlnsr and diseased read the fol
Let all who have been eriven up by Doctors,
and spoken ol as incurable, read the following.
mt Let all who can believe iaeus, ana can uave
faith In evidence, read the following.
Know all men bti thMt preetil&. That, on llus, vne
Twentieth day of June in the year of our Lord, one
Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-six, personally
came -loM-pu naydocK, jo me Known as sucu, ana
w-jng1 uuiy sworn ut'poseu astouows: "TDai ne is
the sole sreneral airent for the United -states and
deendenctes thereof for preparations of medicine
Known as ir. iiouoways ruis ana vinuneut, aim
that the following certificates are verlwtlui copies
to the bestiif his knowledge and belief.
u s. Notary Public,
14 Wall street, New York.
June 1st, 1S6C.
Dk. Holloway : I take rav pen to write you of my
great relief and tl at the awful pain In my side has
left me at last thanks to your Pills. Oh, Lketor,
how thankful I am that I can tret some sleep, i can
never write k enough
I thauk you again and again,
and am sure that you are
ferers. I could not help
you will not take It amiss.
1 10 Avenue D,
This Is t)crrtlfv that 1 w:is dlschanr. d from the
anny with Chronic Diarrhoea, and have been cured
hi; Ilr llillfiw.i vV Pill -j I
New York, April 7, 1866. 21 Pitt street,.
The fdllnwlnc Is a n Interest I ncr case of a man em-
ployed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring melted
Iron into a flask ihat was damp and wet, caused an
exnlRslon. The melted Iron was tnrownarounuauu
onmm in a peneci, snower, anu ne i uu.uc
areaaiuny. i ne lonowing ceriincate vii Ki"
me. bv him. about eleht weeks after the accident:
vDwVr.UI.- .Ton 11 iuws I
yy name Is Jacob Hardy ; I am an Iron Founder.
I was badly burnt by hot Iron In November lasu my
burns healed, but I had a runulns? sore on ray leg
that would not heaL I tried Holloway's Ointment
and It cured me in a few weeks. This is alltrue and
nnvi.nlv ean see meat Jackson's Iron Works, 2d
J. HARDY, 119 Goercu streeu
Extracts from Varions Letters.
"I had no annetite: llollowav's Pills cave me a
'our nils are marvellous."
"1 send lor another box, and keep them In the
Dr. Holloway has cured my headacue which was
"I gave one of your Pills to my babe for cnoiera
morbus. The dear little thing cot wen in a uay.
"Mv nausea of a niornlntr Is now cured.
"Your lxtx of Holloway's ointment cured me of
noises In the head. 1 rubbed someot your Ointment
behind tue ears, and tlie noise has left."
'send me two twxes. I want one tor a noor lainiiy.
"I enclose a dollar, your price is 25 cents, but the
medlol ntj to me Is worth a dollar."
"Send me uve boxes or your rms."
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills by return
m ill fnr flilll iind h iVPts " I
I liAVH OVBK 200 seen TESTIMONIALS as these,
but want ot space coiapol me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this ointment rs most
Invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching etluets to the
very root ol tue evil.
Invariably cures the following diseases :
Disorders of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affect Insr these organs, whether they
secrete too much or too little water; or w hether.they
1m; afflicted IMi stone or gravel, or with aches and
pains settled i:i tlie loins over Uie regions ot the kid-.
ueys, these Pills should be takn according to t!ic
printed directions, and the Ointment should be well
rubbed into the small of I He back at bed time. This
treatment will give almost immediate relief when
all oilier means have railed.
For Stomachs out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually Improve the tone
of the s!tmi:u'li :is t licse nills: tliev remove all acidi
ty occasioned either by Intemperance or Improper
Ulet. 1 ney reacn tne uver ana reuuee u to a ueai
thy action; they are wonderfuily eflieaclous In eases
of spasm in fact they never fail in curing all disor
ders or tne uver una stomacn.
lluVuicats I'M are the bet remedy known in the world
fur tlie foituicnig iir((';
plaints, Blotches on the
plaint. Female Irreyn
j Scrofula, or
j Kind's Evil,
Stone & Gravel,
; i lc-uouiereux.
Constipation of Jaundice,
the llowels, Liver Corn
Consumption, ! plaint,
: Worms of all
Dropsy, ' riles.
I Weakness from
Erysipelas, .Iteteutiou of
J any cause, &c.
I M PORTA iNT - CAUTION."
None are genuine unless the signature of J. Hay-
dock, as agerit lor tue i uiteii suites, surrouiias -acn
bo oi lMlis and Oliitment. A handsome reward will
be i:ien io any oue remlerm such information
may load to the detection of any party or parties
counierieniur tue ineuicines if eiiuu;s mi- aaiui.
knowimr tliem to be spurious.
-Sold at the Mtuiu factory or Professor Holloway
,t co.. New York, and by all resiMvtable Dnnrgba
and Dealers in Mediciie' t lilouzhoin the civilized
world, hi boxes at -'." cents. r.- i-ents. and f 1 each.
There Is considerable saiiwby taking the
S. H. Directions for the iruidance of patients in
every disorder are ailixed to each box. -iiy.
IS THE sri'EKIOU COUKT.
Nancy Thompson, Allafair
Tlioutpson, .Susannah Seabolt,
Jane I'lmmpson, Minnie Kinney
and James Kinney, minors by j
their regular UdarUWin, W. 1. j- Smiinioii.-i
Nathan Thompson, Nancy V.
Thompson and others, JJrJ'ciidanU.
STATE OF X0UT1I CAUOLIXA.
To the Sheriff of Davidson County-Greethin :
You are hereby commanded to suronnwi
Nathan Thompson, Nancy F. Thompson, Ad
eline li. Thompson, David V. Thouipson,
Milus C Tliompson, Cyrus B. Thompson,
Thompfon, only lieir of Jacob Thompson,
Martha Thompson, H. C Tlioiupson, r. K.
rhomiHon, James K,. Clarke and wile rjtza
belli, J. Thoiupsion, Jes.se Darnall and wife
Susannah, J. W,Tliompson,Martha E. Thomp
son, Jane F. Thorn pstMi, Poloina Thompson,
Lucrelia lhompson, David !, lhompsoii,
James Thompson, James F. Thompson, Bur-
Wfll II. Tliompson, Christina Ij. lhompson,
Jno. llurkhert, Ally N. Thompson, Tho. J.
Thompson. Nancy C. Thompson, Daniel
Thompson, KacheJ Carroll, and Benjamin Car
roll, her husband, the defendants above named
if to be found within your county, to be and
appear before the Clerk of our Superior Court,
for Davidson County, at the Court-House in
Lexington, within twenty days from the ser
vice of the Summons, exclusive of the day of
service, and answer the complaint which will
be deposited in the ofjice of the Clerk of the
Sujerior Court of said Comity, withiivten days
Irom ihedate of this Summons and let the
said Defendants take no''- t'lat if they fail to
answer the said complain', within the time
prescribed by law, the 1'laintiHs will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Hereof fail not and of this Summons make
Given under my hand and seal this 2oth day
of August, 1877.
C. F. LOWE,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Davidson
County and Jude of Propate,
North Carolina, Q . f.
Davidson County. ls Slperior Cot.
It appearing by affidavit and the return of
the Sherin, to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendants above named are non-residents
of this State. It is therefore ordered
that publication of the summons In this case
be made once a week for six successive weeks
in the Carolina Watchman, a newspaper pub
lished in the Town of Salisbury, notifying said
defendants to appear and answer according to
the tenor of said summons,
C. F. LOWE,
Uiinglon, 0.1 . 29lh, 1877. :!. rr,'fr $15.
F O II CASH.
The Store of A. J. Mock & Co., Salisbury,
hitherto closed under proceedings in bank
ruptcy will be open on Saturday, Oe'.obvrZlUh,
and every article of that splendid dock of
Goods will be Bold as rapidly aa'possible
'AT COST I
The stock, com prises a general assortment so
that the .public can nnu mere ainiosi aiiyuns
desired. The altcntion of ladies U especially
called to the fancy and staple articles in the
dress department of the stock, well known to
be superb. J hev, toge.ner wun evwyimiij:
else, will be sold at cost or les. Call and see
rfe Persons indebted to the r irm ol A. J
(K.k & Oo , either bv nute or account, must
pay. or before the "1st of Dec 1877. Any
railing to iiti so win be proceeueu agamsi w
cur diliL' to law.
DAVID L. BRINGU5,
Salisbury, N. C, Oct. 19, 1877 l:4w
n t v 1 . , g v
IN THE SUPERIOR COL'RT.
. . . rxF
David M. C ooper, Ailm r ol
i;iiam Loouer. Aomnsl
p , Wason aful w,fe, Special pro-
. . T i ;,. i,imL
iacy - hkikuii, - mj.
Kit-lfv and wile. Amelia Kj. real esiaie as
Kitchey. James C. Coop
G a Cooodr Mary
tieorge a. oopr, Ax.iry
Cooper. I Rtts.
. , . -t annprn o the Court that
111 11 8 c,,8e 11 appearing 10 uie woun .
Marv K. Coouer. one of the defendants, is a
non-resident of this State,- it is ordered, that
nuhlicntion he made for six successive weeks
in the Carolina Watchman, a newspaper pub
lislied in tlie town of Salisbury, notifying the
said Mary K. Cooper to-appear at the Superior
Court Clerks' omce ot Kowan County, on me
2Sth dav of November, 1877. then ami there to
answer or demur to the petition of the plain-
J. M. II0RAH, Clerk
Oct. 13th, 1877. 6t.
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19 Y VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE AND
Ob)d in Trust executed by J. M. Slither to
U. F. Simonton, as Kxecutor of David Wad
dell, deed, and recorded jn the Register's oibce
of Rowan county, in Book IV o. 47, page 544, I
shall, on Thursday, theOth day of December,
1877, sell, for cash, on the premises, a Tract
Lxf Land situated in Rowan county, on Third
Creek, adjoining the lands of Burke and others
and on the V. X. C. R. R., bounded as follows:
beginning on the East side of the Rail Road,
thence with Kerr's line N. u W. 234 poles to
a Rock, formerly a Spanish oak, the agreed
corner on Kerr's old line, thence W, 2i S. 153
poles to a Rock Rurke's N. E. cwrner, thence
H. o E. 108 poles to the Rail Road, thence
with said R. R. to the beginning, containing
ICO acres, more or less, being the tract of land
on which said J. M. Sutiier lately lived, anil
where his widow now liyes. The land is well
improved and in excellent condition.
D. BN.Conre Tost-unex of D. Waddell.
Nov, 19, '77. 5:3t,
J, A, UFfilffi & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OF ALL KINDS,
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S3"Special orders made from Photographs-ip
office will be supplied.
Also Agents for the Remington Sewing Machine,
the most perfect and light running Machine in the
market. They have no rotary cams, cog wheels or
ever arms to make a noise, run hard, or get out of
order. We warrant every Machine. If they don't
please we take them fcack and return the money.
Call before buying 1&4 see-them, I0:ly
HIE OXLY AM1D0TE FOR L0G
A STRICTLY ASII BUSINESS!
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
I have opened at the old stand, reeentlv !
copied by K. Frank Graliam A Co., with a
eel clock of
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS,
With PROVISIONS GROCERIES Ad.k-a.
Fold CIIEATPEIt than can Ik- lMtiht anyL
wliere in-Salisburjv "
'ssreons, wheat, oats, p.UTrH
ggs taken as Cash.'ttQl
My bustfiess will he conducted onariir:
DASIS, thereby giving rue many advan!,.
over those who do a credit business.
Thanking my friends for past favor ,i
hoping to merit a continuation of tlie .anie I
am most respectfully, &c, '
R. FRANK GRAHAM
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
equaled for the enre and prevention of
n Horses. Cattle, Hos8,t.beep.ndf owla.
LVID . OUT2, Pro, Baltimore, 114.
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The undersigneil offers his services to tli
public for Cotton 1'ress ttuilding ami lieair
ing, and will do this work cheaper than evtr
before donein this country. Address, '
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GRASS SEED. ,.
Just received a fresh supply of Clover
Seed, Orchard Grass, Blue Grass. lied Top.
and Timothy, which I will sell cheap. . At
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1823. SEND FOR 1878,
HEW YQEK 0BSERVEE.
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paper, i $3 15 a Year, postpaid..
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ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. '
All persrms indebted to the firm of McCub
binc. Ilea 1 1 & Dean, are hereby iiolified-tu call
and settle with the undersigned assignees in ,
Ilanluuiptcv, as longer delay cannot be given
r 'D. A. DAVIS, As.fgih-t m
J. S. McCUHHINy. J Dankiuptcv.
Seit. 10, 1877. (47:lt.)
BROWN & VERBLE'S
Livery & Sale Stables,
'SALISKUllY, N. C, i
Will convey passengers to and from any point
with the besi stock and vehicle.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will find it to their interest to call uponjlieo.
before making arrangements elsewhere.
Drovers and Traders
willfitid at this establishment good lots anl
-stables, and plenty of good hay, fodder,: aU
Ttiose wishing turnouts for pleasure tiriving:
will tind the btst accommodations at !ht&
l.lr, .l. V. Webb will always be found at the
Stables and promises entire satisfaction to all
customers. 4.2: tf, -
GREAT REDUCT10X 1 I'll
We are the first to offer
First-Class .Scwimr Machine
. ., lll.l.
at prices within the riaoh
KLL THK VKUY BUST
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented Iron Stand ud lnl1'
'! 1 Tl. - ...1 n.-COlll
ments. and deliver it at any lU'l'ad ih -United
FREE OF CHARGE;
Ti l.: ......iilsi1 til CO
t ie 1
line.of Family Sewing with inon- n'P1 '''or
ease oTiiitiuajiement, and les fatigue I't
ator. than anv uiacliine now in use. 11 - t.r.;:j!
the .Uoi'mx Thkead Stitcu in snch a ' nI1jfr
they avoid the necessity f wimlin.i- . totb
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lhree years. j,,,
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