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THURSDAY, DECEilUKU 30, 1877.
Fires. The uewjsjvippf8 afe reporting
quite a largo number of fires principally
barns, cottoJf gins aul other oat-houses.
Thesi are nearly U belicve( to be the
vork of Iucemliaijes, It is possibleHiat
Homeof them may originate from spon
taneous combustion, tpotlally in buildr
ings containing machinery which require
di). Old rags ti$etl for wipping off gnpjuiy
oil and afterwards thrown jti a aorijer, or
uvea shavings and other trnh, sjiturated
with oil, have been kuawjt to heat and
produce fire. Farmer sbpujd bp watch
ful against any such thing in or near the
barn. Oil spilled on hay, fodder, qr any
thing of the kind, should never go into
the barn to be covered up and afterwards
break out into a flume as it U liable to do,
but be scattered iu the oien air where
there can be no danger. -
But the majority of our fires, in bams
and stables are incendiary. How shall
they be prevented f Strictly just and
fair dealing with all mankind will tike
tin edg off malice and prevent one of the
fruitful causes of ineendiauistn, It is the
cheapest and the best way to present
crime. The weakest cmiture sent off
wjth a sense of wrong rankling in his
liart niay not be too weak to" work secret
revenge. Pride abhors the suggestion,
but the truth is all the same. - To be just
and kind in word and deed from a sense
of duty, will pay as well as civility, which
is said to. be a fortune to any man who
jrill practice it.
Information vunted, with regard to
Mr. Primus. Clay Adams and his wife
Mrs. Eva Isha Adams, who both lived t
a good old age. One of their descendants
is desirous to know, if possible, where
they lived and died, that he may visit
their graves and erect -a suitable" monu
ment. They were among the first set
tlers. If any one in the direct line is liv
ing, he may coiiuriuntcaU5 with this paper,
where information will be'.JgIadly receiv
ed. This Congress will make the necessaiy
provisions fti taking the next census.
We think the South will not fall behind
her Congressional representation. Floii.
cla, Arkansas Texas, Ttniiessee and Ken
tucky will probably iperease their lists
above the natural rata, Some of the
north western States also confidently ex
pect to run up their lists of delegates, so
that it is not easy to foresee tv hat changes
jnay take place, -
An Appropriate Escutcheon. Rev. Hen
ry Hunter of Scotland, has his coat of
arms ojshield, across the fop of which
three hunting liorns ar reprcgentud. In
the line, belofr are two hounds running
nftcr,one another oueTiu the lower part.
Surrounding is the niotto in latjn, mean
ing, "I pursue and I catelj.''
Gordon and Conkling. The Washing
fon telegrams of Tuesday, emphatically
denounce as incorrect, the various news
paper reports of the Gordon Conkling
affair in so far as they undertake to state
how it ImnpeneiL -
CORDON AND CQXKLING.
(They Meet lit Debate in ike Executive Session,
andSIwrp Words Fallow lite Friends
of Both Uneasy as to the Kessult the
Senate Takes the Matter in Charge, and
by the Arrangements of Their Friends the
Difficulty is Amicably Adjusted without
Compromising Either Party A Mutual
Misunderstanding ail A roifiid.
Senator M. C? Uuile Ivtuopcces a
RESOLUTION ASKIJjtf 4X iNyESTItjATIOX
OF THE CirAKGES I!f RfcJfEJiPCt: TO
THE MANNER IX WHICH ' ilV, 6n'r
TAIXED HIS SEA'f .
GENERAL NEWS AND GOftSTP
Washington, Dec. 15 The town was
full of conflicting statements last night of
1 ' -a
jsuarp worus between Senators Gordon
and Coqkliug in the executive session.
Th accounts published this morning are
; v ""r'.ytf". - t'cit. is nu IllHIUt
that the situation js difficult, and it is
still thought byst to asrait an authorized
statement of j he, affair. ' '
Washington, j)cc. 15. Up to 1 1 o'clock
110 commnniratimit tta3 n'i...-.i
. - , f.uu lcil in nit;
Gordon Conkling affair, but it was thought
almost certain by the friends, of the paV
tjes that the affair would be amicable tuv
Nominations: Ex-Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury, I?. C. McCormick, to be
commissioner general to the Paris Expo
sition. The HnH&i ffas resiimpd he "considera
tion of the rpsplutic.3ifthpiizfug4hecom
mittee to resume investigation.
Washington, Dec. 15. Thp (Joidon
Conkling affair has been amicabjy arrane
rd. 7'fye President approved the Paris Ex
Com mi asiqutf G eneral McCormick will
gail iu ifrch spending his time, uieau
Vrkilp Partly here in Jfew York in trans
action. of )hc duties coniiected with the
The bill to refund the cotton tax, which
jva rpfrirtd tp tlie pommitpfi on Ways
auij 31eap, ha$ been referred tft f sub
committee, of whfch Hpn. H. Harris,
f G eorgia, is chairman . There a ra 1 1 2 -000,000
of this tax due the State f Gepr
gia. This question will bo (hcjroifghJy
examjnpd by the committee. - ?
Representative Mills, of Texas, $ in
receipt of a te?grani from the Governor
pf that State wjnyeyiug the imformation
Jiat a compauyj cquj posed of about twen
ty State arid UuiteiKStates troops, have
pwn sunouude4 P.-Te?a? sdC OI i,,e j
Rio Grande by some three hnniretL3Iexi
can depretlatr, and that at the tiijje of
writiug six of tle State troops and pner of.
the United States troops had falltn, and
fighting was still in progress, The Gov
ernor apiea3 tp tle President through
Mr, Mills, the secretary of the Texas delcr
gat ion, for tmmliate assistance.
Hoi sEj-r-The effort of the Democrats to
secure action on the resolution for a whole
sale investigation of the departments, was
stubbornly resisted ph the part of the
Republicans untjl half past 3 o'clock,
when, on motion of Mills, qf Texas, the
subject Ha8 postponed till the 10th of
Ieave was given tq tfrp C'ojniMUtee on
Foreign Affairs, and referred U the com
mittee ou Military Affairs, toepptjuuethe
investigation of .he Mexicsui border trou
bles during the recess. . Adjourned to the
10th of January. - ,
Senate. Mr. Paddock, of Nebraska
inquired if it would be any violation of
the agreement made yesterday for the
Senate to proceed to tlie consideration of
executive business j
Tlie chair. Mr. ferry, ruled that it
would be a violation..
Mr. Sargent: I think so, too
i lie motion tor an executive scgqn,
was not made.
Mr. Thurman, of Ohio, said there was
a matter which Ije was authorized to state
would be brought la the attention of the
Senate. He therefore iqoved that the
doors be closed under the rule, and the
motion was unanimously agreed to.
The sixtjr-fourth rule provides -that ou
a motion mndi and seconded, to close
tlje jjpors of the Senate on the discussion
of any business which may, in the opinion
of a Senator, require socrecy, the presid
ing officer shall direct tho galleries to be
cleared, and during the- discussiou of such
tuotiou the doors shall remain closed.
This niotjon was submitted for the pur
pose of considering the diliieulty between
Messrs Conkling and Gordon iu the execu
tive session of yjajsterday-, and after the
doors were re-opened the following paper
was made public: "Inuring the secret
session Mr. Hajnlin offered tlie following,
which was unanimously agreed toi
"Whereas, A misunderstanding hav
ing arisen between the Hon. Roscoe
Conkling and the Hon. John 11. Gordon
in the course of the executive proceedings
of the Senate, of yesterday, and mutual
understandings thereon having been ar
rived at, as set out in the following paper,
it is ordered that said paper bo entered at
large upon the legislative journal of the
''During the executive sessiou of the
Senate, held yesterday, words were ut
tered both by Senator Gordon-, of Georgia,
and by Senator Conkling, of New York,
which were mutually felt to be unkind
and: offensive. Reports of the incident
appearing in tle papers of this morning,
wich arp inaccurate jind unjust to both
speakers, upou a full inquiry as to what
said bj each speaker, and what was uu
stood to be said by the other,. it is certain
that the first offensive words were inspir
ed by au honest misunderstanding of what
had been innocently said by the other
speaker. One harsh remark provoked
another, ag too often happens, but all that
was offensive was the result of misappre
hension. Since such was the fact, we,
who are mutual friends of both Senators,
are of the opinion that it is due alike to
the- Senate and to the speakers, that
whatever was felt to be unkind or offen
sive iu the remarks of either should be
treated as if never uttered, and, we are
now authorized to, state are mutually and
(Signed), Timothy o, Howe,
John E. McDonald
Dec. 15. 1877.
Washington, December 14. The set
tlement of the Gordon-Conkling difficulty,
as made iu the executive session to-day,
was the unanimous conclusion of the gen
tlemen who signed it, and was approved
4-1. c i. a.,. o -
hp Mm oi uoui senators, it was
read in tlie fSeiiate in the presence of all
the witnesses to the transaction, aud met
so completely tin approbation of all the
Senators that it was ordered unanimously
to be entered on the records of the Senate.
This is the first entry of the kind since a
like action was taken in respect to the
celebrated affair lietween Senators Poin
dexter and Forsythe which was arranged
in the same way through the good offices
of Henry Clay, over forty years ago.
Senators Conkling and Gordon, ever since
the difficulty occurred, have declined to
converse on the subject. No commnnica
tqn? either verbally or in writing, passed
between the parties, certain Senators
having, immediately after the event, com -nieuced
the business of adjustment.
Among them prominently Senators Ham
lin and Ransom jrere especially judicious
aud effective in arranging the matter sat
isfactorily to both sides, Senators Gor
don aud Conkling were nqt in the Senate
chamber when the settlement was report
ed. Senate. Aftersome unimportant pre
liminary business, Mr. Butler, of South
Carolina, submitted the following: '
Jicsolved, That the committee on Privi
leges and Election is hereby instruct
ed tq inquire forth vrith and report as soon
as may lie, any threats, promises or ar
rangements respecting the existing or
contemplated accusations or criminal
proceedings againgj; any Senator, or if any
other corrupt or otherwise unlawful means
or influences have been in any manner
used or put in operation, directly or in
directly, by M. C.Butler, one of the Sena
tors from the State of South Carolina, or
by any' other Senator ojotljer person for
fhc purpose of influencing (he vote of
Senators on the question pf discharging
the said committee from the consideration
pf the safd M. C. Butler's credentials, qr
any other question at the late session of
the Spnafe, am that said .coinmjttee haye
power to send for persons and papers, and
to sit during the sitting of the Senate.
Mr. Butler said he submitted the reso
lution in pursuance of a notice which had
been previously given when his credent
tials were under consideration iu the Sen
ate. The resolution was substantially
that offered by the Senator from Vermont,
Mr. Edmunds, at that time, So farfisho.i
Mr, ilutler, was concerned, he desired, he
might say he demanded, that the fullest
investigation be made touching his con
duct in connection with hi,s admission to
Senate. When the Senator from Ver
mont, Mr. Edmunds, submitted his reso
lution to inquire into the charges, he read
an extract from theNew York Tribune.
He therefore hoped that the extract would
go before the committee and they would
examine the charges contained therein.
He asked for the present consideration of
Mr, Cameron, of Wisconsin, objected
and tjie resolutiqu went over.
The post route oill went over,
, Washington, Dec. 17 Tlje excite
ment over 'the .Gordou-Conkljng affair-
has subsided. The forbearance of the
Southern Senators meets with general
commendation, and Senator Gordon's con
duct iu the matter has met with universal
approval, au accouut ot the scene in
executive session on Friday, proper
for the associated press to promulgate, is
PETITIONING FOR PEACE.
The Forte Addresses a Circular to the Sig
natorica of the Treat u of '71 Asldna for
an Interference in the Interest of Peace
What England Cannot do in This Di
rection Osnmn Pasha Tells Himself how
it all teas He did his Pest and Couldit
Loxdox, December 15. The Post, iu
its leading editorial this morning, says it
is understood that the British Cabinet
yesterday had before them a circular from
the Porte intimating its williuguess to
accept the mediation of Europe. The
Porte asserted that the guarantees for
good government furnished by the con
stitution are far more advantageous than
the establishment of autonomous states,
which can only lead to the disintegration
of the empire. Tlie Post, however, con
siders that there are no present prospects
of au acceptance of the mediation, as
Germany is hostile thereto, aud any offer
ou the part of England is not likely to be
well received by Russia,
A Constantinople dispatch to the Dailu
Telegraph says the circular note dispatch
ed by the Porte to the signatories of the
treaty of 1871, commences by tlie state
ment that tho origin of the present impor
tant events is perfectly known. Tho Im
perial Government is conscious of having
dona nothing to provoke war, has done
everything to avoid it, and vainly sought
to discover Russia's motives in her us
gressive campaign. The Porte has shown
a desire for an improvement by reorgan
izing the judicial system and devUiug re
forms without distinction of race or reli
gion, according to the constitution, which
has everywhere been well receivod. A
partial reform is of no avail. The adop
tion of improvements iu one -part of the
empire only would be a premium to other
communities to revolt. Auy doubt as to
the execution of these reforms should dis
appear before the solemn declarations the
Porte now makes. The state of tho war
simply retards such reforms and is disas
trous to the country generally, d..tioying
the agricultural interests, killing iudus.
try aud rtmiing financial reorganizations.
Independent of these arrangements for
reform, what reason can there be for con
tinuing the war Russia has declared she
is not animated by a spirit of conquest.
The military honor of both sides must be
abundantly satisfied. What object can
there be in prolonging a contest ruinous
to both countries? The moment has ar
rived for thebelliggereut powers to accept
peace without affecting their dignity.
Europe might now usefully interpose her
good offices since the Porte is ready to
come to terms". The country is not at the
end of its resources and is still prepared
to fight in its own defence, It is ready,
moreover, to sacrifice all for tho inde
pendence and integrity of the fatherland,
but tlie Porte is desirous to stop the fur
ther effusion of blood, and therefore ap
peals to the feelings of justice which must
auimate the great powers, hoping they
will receive these overtures favorably.
The Plevna correspondent of the Times
telegraphs that ho believes the Russians
will not advance immediately but will
await the effects of the fall of that place.
The heavy guns which were already on
the Sofia, road, between Plevna and the
river Vid, have been a waste of labor if
a speedy advance on the Balkans wag iu
The 77cs' correspondent with the
Grand Duke Valdiniir shows that the
Xtelchika affair was confined to skirmish
es and cavalry, with some field artillery,
practice. lie thinks the-Turks may have
lost a thousand men altogether, but the
Russian loss was insignificant. The
Turks were driven across the river Lorn.
Their entrenchments on the west bank are
no7 in the possession of the Russians.
Bucharest, Dec. 15.- Osman Pasha
has sent a short telegram to the Porte
stating that he had not received reinforce
ments nor provisions, but nevertheless re
sisted as long up possible. Finally he
made an attempt to force a passage
through the Russian ljnes pf investment,
in which the Turkish troops, despite their
valor, were unsuccessful, and he himself
The Czar goes to St. Petersburg Mon
day. CoxsTAXTixon.E, Dec. J5. The Cham
ber of Deputies has elected a Christian as
Semi.ix, Dec. 15. Prince Milan's pro
clamation, which w-as issued at Belgrade!
yesterday, recounts the Turkish atrocities
and violations of faith sinee the treaty of
peace made last February, and concludes
as follows : "Let usjimpve forward along
side the victorious thinner of the Czar, the
liberator, with Christian faith in God, the
protector of .right; and success is sure.
Given in the name of our country's wel
fare, Servia's independence and ht-r heroic
people. It is God's will.
'(Sigued) Iilax Abkenvitch."
Bogekt, Dec. 15. The Turks burned
and evacuated Elena, Friday. The Rus
sian's have re-occupied it.
WILL CURE RHEUMATISM
MR. ALBERT CROOK ER, the well-known a'niir
gist ana apothecary, ot Sp.-lnglicld, Me., alwu) 8 ad
vises every one troubled vlt& i.ijouujaUsm to try
Bead His Statement i
SPKINGVAI.E, Mt, Oct. J2, 1STC.
Mb. H. R. Steven
DeanJiir, flffteeii yvara ago last fall I was tak'n
sick with rheumatism, was unable to move until rhP
next April. From that time to three years airo this
fall 1 suffered everything with rlieujiiaU.Mii. .Souie-
umes uiere wouia oe weeks at a time tuat I could
not step one step; these attacks were quite often.
I suffered everything Oiat a man could, over tjiree
years ago last spring I commenced taking Yiuetine
and followed It up until I had taken seven buttles
have had no rh&umatlsm since that tune. I always
advise every one that is troubled with rheumatism
to try Vegetink, and not suffer for years a I have
done. This statement is gratuitous as far as Mr.
Stevens is concerned. 1'ours, etc.,
Firm of A. Crooker & Co., Druggists & Apothecaries
HAS ENTIRELY CURED HE.
0 Boston, Oct., 1ST0.
Mb. II. R. Stevens
Deur .Sir, My daughter after having a severe at
tack of Whooping Cough was left lu a feeble sm
of health Being advised by a friend she tried t ne
Ykueitnk, and alter using a few bottles was fuily
restored to health.
Ihave.been a great sufferer from Rheumatism.
I have taken several bottles of the Ykukti.se for this
complaint, and am happy tosav it hasentlrelv cured
me. I have recommended the Vegetink to others
with the same good results. It Is a great cleanser
and purltler of the bloood; it is pleasant to take and
I can cheerfully recommend it.
JAMES MOKSE, B64 Athens street.
RHECMATIS1J is a DISEASE of lite BLOOD.
The blood In this disease, Is found to contain an
exeess ot fibrin, vegetink acts by convening the
olood from Its diseased condition to a it althv circu
lation. Y'euetine regulars the tnnvels which is
very lmport-ant In this complaint, one bottle of
Vegetink will give relief, but to ciTect a permanent
cure it must be tasen regularly, and may take sev
eral bottles, especially lu ca.s:-s of long standing
Vegetink Is sold by all druggists. Try it, and your
verdict wHl be the same as thai of thousands before
you, who say, "i never found so much relief as from
the use of Veuetine," which is composed excluslvciv
Of Uarkit, liuuta and Herb.
"Y'egetine." says a Huston plusli lan. "has no
equal as a blood purifier.' Hearing of its niariv won
derful cures, after all other remedies had failed, I
visited the laboratory and convinced tuvneii : or it
genuine merit. It is prepared from u.irk, routs an.i
herbs, each of which is highly cnVcUve. and they
are compounded in such a utauaer as to produce as
v kUk a lit
NOTHING TO EQUAL IT.
Sorre Salem, Mass., Nov. i t, i;6.
Mr. H. K. Stbvens:
Ikar sr, have been troubled with s -rofu! i.
Caiiiier and Liver i omplaini for thtve wars: noth
ing ewr did me any gvod until I eoium'.'jieed uiir'
the eg.-:tink lam now getting along urst-rate,
and still u.,iug the Vkokuns. 1 twist U r there i
nothing equal to it for such complaints. Oau ijeariil v
recommend it to ever body.
, Yours trulv. "
Mi:s. LIZ IK M. I'Ai'A.VKi).
No. IS Lagr.nige street, s ,uia S.,iem, Alas.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
A $o0 Centennial Sewing
and warranted lo be good.
Call at-tlii oftice.
phi iPDiifiu oTfin?
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(Just in rear of Jones, lia-kill & Co's., Store,)
CALL AND SEE HIM. 0:tf.
i 1 1
VALUABLE TOWN LOT
By virtue of authority conferred iijio-i nie ly
the real owners, will expose lor sale at pub
lic auction, on Wednesday, tlie second day of
January, A, 1. 1S78, at 11 o'clock, A. M at
the Court House door in the town of Salisbury,
a valuable vacant lot, situated on .Main strci-t,
adjoining t;e house and lot of W.J, Mills,
fronting 100 Act on Main street, ami running
back 207 J feet.
For particulars apply to I. F. Rogers, at
Meroneys lingers' .
Term made known on the dav of ale.
S. 11. IIAKRISOX,
Greensboro Female College.
GREENSBORO, X. C.
The Spring Session of 1S78 will bejjin on
Thursday, tlje 10th of January.
This Ipstiution offers superior advantages on
For fuj particulars, apply to T. M. Jones,
N. II. I). WILSON,
9stf Pres. Board of Tiustee?.
DAVIE lAMSjtPDBLIC SALE.
By virtue of two Mortgage Deeds executed
to us on 20th day of March. 1877, by Jno. W.
Bradford of the county of Davie and Stale of
North Carolina, to secure the payment of the
sum of three hundred and iiljiy dollars, we
will expose to public sale at the Court House
door in Mocksville, Davie county, on Mondav,
8th dar of January, 1878, for cash, the lands
described in said mortgage deeds, respectivel v,
One tract 1 ying in Davie county, adjoining
the lands of H. E. Robertson, Jno." Taylor, aud
others, containing a Unit 40 acres.
Alo the tract of land lying in said county
on which the naid Bradford now residec, ad
joining B. N. Allen, Jacob C'onnatzer and
others, containing 4.3 acres.
This 3rd day of November, 1877.
A. II. STEWART,
M.ii;i fii:: . FACTS ! ,
THETE ,n jl ihS V ,f thi WHOLE WOULD.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
tW Let the suffering and diseased read the fol"
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and spoken of as Incurable, read the following.
ht Let all who can believe facts, and can have
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Know all twrn bit tli e premut. That, on this, the
Twentieth day of June in the year of Our iord. One
Thousand Might Hundred and Sixty-six, personally
came Joseph Hardock, to me known as such, and
being duly sworn deposed as follows : -That he is
the sole general agent for the United states and
dependencies thereof for preparations of medicine
known aa Dr. Holloway's jnils and ointment, and
thattht following certificates are verbatim copies
to the best of his knowlMge and belief.
U 8. Notary Public.
14 Wall Street, New York.
June 1st, 1S6.
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lie Avenue D.
This Is to certify that I was dlscharg-'d from the
army with Chronic Diarrhoea, aud have been cured
by Dr. Holloway's Pills.
New York, April 7, IS66. fci litt Street.
The following is an interesting case ot a man cm-
floyed In an Iron Foundry, who. In pouring melted
ron Into a flask that was damp ami wet, caused an
explosion. Tho melted Iron was thrown around and
on hltn in a jx rfect shower, and he was burned
dreadfully. The following certlik-ate was given to
me, by him, about eight weeks after the accident :
New YoiiKfJan. 11, lS6rt.
My name Is Jacob Hardy ; I am an Iron Founder.
I was badly burnt, by hot Iron In November last: my
buras healed, but I had a running sore on my leg
that would not heal. I tried Hollowav's ointment
and It cured me in a few weeks. This U all true and
anybody can see me at Jackson's Iron Works, 2d
J. HARDY, 119 Goerch Street.
Extracts from Various Letters.
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"My nausea of a morning j.i now cured."
"Your box of Hollowav's Ointment cured me of
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FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment Is most
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penetrates with the most searching effects to the
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Invariably cures the following diseases :
Disorders of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting t hese organs, wljetlier
secret e too much or io Ml tie water: or whet her
ue anucreu witn stone or gravel, or with aches
pain settled in iiie loins over the regions of the
heys. ihen- Pills should be taken according to
printed dinvtl,i,,s. and the ointment should be
runueo lino t i.ie small ot the back at lied rime,
treatment will ;ivc alumni immediate iviier v
all oiner means have f died.
it of Order.
No medicine will soxffeeMally improve the ton'
td Die slum ich as lhee pills: they remove -nil acidi
ty oecus-i'iieil either by Intemperance or improper
diet. Tiiej reach ihe liver and reduce it to a heal
thy action; ti,ey are woudertuliy eiiicactous in cases
of spasm -in lact they never tail in curing ail disor
ders ot the liver and stomach.
llul.uuaf.t I'Uix are thr 0et rrmii) knnn in tl.c irur'd
for tii-' fi..oicii't di st d-ss ;
Ague, Female Irregu- , nine.
Asthma, lamics, Scr-nula or
BUllOUS Com- fee;s or all : Kind's' mi,
piaint.s, .bids, :Sore i hroats,
Blotcneson the Fits, sione tirau,
m. .sc.;. Secnn I try
iVWel O.H4- t I i '.:e, S iii;11;:is.
'! did, iadige.Ml.:i, I ie-Dnaletetlx.
Coil-. Iiiila.n.iilun, ' I'uir.or.-j,
: ti.siipat.i-n of Jaundice. Tl--ers.
tue P.-i.vels, Liver com. Yeiteral ASTee-
c'iins'SaipLiuii, plaint. iimis.
I'ebi.ity, Lumbago, Worms of all
Dropsy. Piles, ' Kin is.
Dysentery, Rheumatism, Weakness from
Erysipelas, Reteuiioa of j any cause,
131 POUT A.YT C'ATTIOA.
None are genuine unless the signature of J. Hav
t0( k, as aceut for the I nlted states, surrounds each
box of Pills and ointment. A handsome reward will
be given to. any one rendering su.-li Information as
ma lead l Ihe detection ot any party or parties
count ci h Itiag the medi' ines or vending the same,
knowing them to be spurious.
'.'Sold a the Alanutactory ot Professor Mot. i.oway
i ("o.. New ork. and by ail rcpe--table Drugs Isi-s
and Dealers iu Medicine throughout tho civilized
world, in boxes at -.' cents, t'.j cents, and .fl eacii.
. There Is i oasldcrabie saving by taking the
N. 15. Direct ions f ir the guidance of patients In
every disorder are aiiixed to each box. 3:iy.
i Tin; M rtmou court.
Nancy Tliouipson, Allafair
riioinpoii, 'iicaniiah Seabolt,
Jaue riioinp-oii, Minnie Kinney
anil Jaiucs Kinney, minors bv j
their regular Uuanlian, V. P. Summons.
Kinney, Plaintiffs. J
Nathan Thompson, Nancy F. j
Thompson and others, Jjij'e admits. J
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff" of Davidson County-Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon
Nathan Thompson, Nancy K. Thompson, Ad
eline R Thompson, J)avid W. Thompson,
Milus Thompson, Cyrus 15. Thompson,"
Tlumipsun, only Ijcir of Jaoob Tliompson,
Martha Thompson, II. C Thompson, W. k!
Thompson, James K. Clarke ami wife Eliza
beth, J. Thompson, Jesse Daniall and wile
Susannah, J. V. Thompson, Martha E.Thomp
son, Jane Fv Thompson, Poloma Thompson,
Lucrelia Thompson, lavid F. Thompson,
James Thompson, James F. Thompson, Bur
weilll. Thompson, Christina L. Thompson,
Jno. liurkhcrl, Ally N. Thompson, Thos. .) .
Thompson, Nancy C. Thompson, Daniel C
Thomson, Kachel Carroll, and Iienjamin Car
roll, her husl):;r.d, tlie defendants above nanied
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 front the ser
vice of the Summons, exclusive of the day of
service, and answer the complaint which will
be deposited in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said County, within ten days
Irom the date of this Snni'ieow and let the
said Defendants take notice th n if they fail to
answer the said complaint within the time
prescribed by law, the Plaintiils will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Hereof fail not and of this Summons make
Civen under my hand and seal this2oth day
of August, 1877.
C F. LOWE,
Clerk of the Superior Court uf Davidson
County and Judge of Propate.
North Carolina, ") ,
Davidson County, ls SurEnioR Court.
It appearing by affidavit and the return df
the Sheriff; to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendants above named are non resi
dents of this State. It is therefore ordered
that publication of the summms in this ca-e
be made once a week for six Riioceive weeks
in the Carolina Watchman, a newspaper pub
lished in the Town of Salisbury, notify ing said
defendants to appear and answer accordim- to
the tenor of said summons.
C S c
Lexington, Oct. 'JQth, 1877. 2;0w. rr," fie $13
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT..
David M. Cooper, Adiu'r of
Wi liam Cooper, Ayiinst
Ferrand Watson and wife,
( Watson. J D.
ceeding to make
u:kor un.l Uif Amelia C. Y real ' estate as-
Ami IV HV-J " " " 1
Uitchey. James C. Cooper, sets.
George A. Cooper, Mary E.
In this ease it appearing lo the Court that
Marv E. Cooper, one of Hie defendants, is a
non-resideiit .f this Stale, it is ordered, Jthat
publication be made for six successive weeks
in theCaroliriH Watchman, a newspaper pub
lished in the town of Salisbury, notifying the
said Marr E. Cooper to apjear at the Superior
Court Clerks' office of Rowan County, on the
2Sth dav ol 'Xovwu ber, 1877. then and there to
answer or demur to the petition of me piain
J. M. II0RAII, Clerk.
Oct. 13th, 1877. Ct.
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Branch oillee, cor. F it 7th sts., Washinirton, D. c.
Nov. 22, is77 :;t.
Y VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE AND
Deed in Trust cx.-c nled Lv .1 l .sntl...r t,.
K. K. Simiinloo -is I' TMiMilnr if" I Inri.l-JV.i.L
dell, dee'd, ajid recorded in the Herfinter's (diice
of iiowan coiiiii y, in l'.ook No. 47, paeo41, 1
shall, on Thursday, the liiliii day of December,
1S77, sell, for ea-h. mi the premises, a Tract
of Land situated in Rowm eoonty, ott-Third
t.'reek, adjoining the lands ol liurke and others
and on the . J. (J. R. 11. j homoled as follows :
beginnin;; on the" East side of the Rail Road,
thence with Kerr's line N. (i VV. 234 poles to
a Rock, formerly a Spanish oak, the agreed
corner on Kerr's old line, thence V. 2 S. 1"3
poles to a Rock Rurke's N. E. curlier, thence
S. .) E 10S j.oles to the Kail Load, thence
with said R. R. to the beginning, containing
lfiO acres, mwtv or les, bcinji the tract of land
on which sa?d J. M. Snther lately lived, and
where hj widow now lives. The land is well
improved and in excellent condition.
JOHN DAVIDSON, A dm.
D. R. N.Conre Test-unex of D. Waddell.
Xov. lit, '77. o:3t.
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Books to receive subs .vipl io';is to the capital sto.-k
of the 'NORTH CXKOUNA AND VIUOIMA It.
KOAD COM PAN V," will be opened under the direc
tion of the followlnt,' Coniiiilssioners, at the follow
ing places mid times, : y
IN DAVIE COUNTY :
At Mocksville, Saturday, November 17th, 1377.
At Jerusalem, Tuesday, Nov. 2"th,
At J. It. W-Uli.un's. Thursday, Nov. 22d, "
At A. A. Spring's. Saturday, Nov. 24th,
smith omve, Tuesday. Nov. -27th, "
Faniilnirton, Thurviay, Nov. 2ith. '
At Clarkesvllle. Sat urday, Dec lst "
At Calahan. Tuesday. Dec. Hh, "
and remain oix-n at .Mocksville until 12th Dec. under
Commissioners. March. Carter, and ISooe.
IN ROWAN COUNTY :
At Salisbury, Saturday, Nov. 17th, 1677.
At V ranklln. Mondav, Nov. 19th,
At Foard's Mills. Tuesday. Nov. 2tth. "
and win remain open at Salisbury until I2th Dec
under Commissioner James K. Kerr. '
JAS. E. KEHIt, V. Tt. MAHCII,
A. G. CAKTElt, A. M. P.OOE.
SalLsbury, Nov. 7th, 477. 3:6t
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
STATESVILLE, N. C,
S M LANIER, Proprietor
-Servantr Polite and Attentive, m
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
THE DALY AMHiOTE FOIl L0G
A STRICTLY CASH BCSLNESS
COMI AND SEE FOR YOURSELF'
I have opened at the old stand. reCentl
cupicd by U. 1-raiiK viraham & v .
leel Slock ofc- "-'WtSfe,
STAPL- & FANCY GOODS -
WiiH-PUOVIsioNS'fi-GROCFRlEs Ad( '
DRY GOODS td"
Sold CHEAPER tn.au can be Lou-d,.
where iu Salisbury. I,t auI
SSTCORN, WHEAT, OATS, mrTr .D
Eggs taken as C;ish."Tft &
Jy business will be conducted
n a CAsjr
Q.I .... .
l.ioi inriruv Jfiviiy; me njiinv ...
over those who do a credit business r
Thanking niy friends for pat Tavor
hoping to merit a continuation of tl, aB(
am most respectfully, &c, ' uie, r
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HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Ate uncalled for the cure and preventions
Just receive a fresh supply ,f Clover
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