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' THURSDAY. JANUARY 7, 1878,
THE INFERIOR COURT,
A -Sure Gas, There was an nnusnai
rase bebrp flip Inferrer Court last week,
which attracted " cousWeraWp nutfce, It
vas an indictment against Rev. A. M.
t?ou way,"-colored pastor of the colored
Baptist church of thU jriace, for uniting
in marriage Jacob "Pearson, a ucgro, with
""?(argaret Jacpbs, a white woman. The
marriage vns celebrated on the 16th
March, 187G, Pearson obtained the li
cense from the Register by falsely repre
senting the womaq as a negro, Conway
performed the ceremony with Ids e,ves
fully open on; fills subjeptc lie saw the
woman, of pourse, and knew she was
white, contrary to the description given
in the license. One witness testified that
he admitted she was white, but claimed that
If was none of his business to go behind
the license. He was convicted, and owing
tohis eyident ignorance, the Court wa
disposed to deal very leniently with Mm
and suspended judgment on the payment
pf costsT'But he prayed n appeal to the
Superior Court, wliereupon no was sen
tenced to pay a fipe qf $25 apd to give
bail. The Court for awhile insisted on a
justified bond of $200, but finally accept
ed 4gtr-iyr" The probability Js ho will
pithcr. get out of, the way or be subjected
to a full penalty.
The Inferior Court also convicted and
sentenced the following persons, to wit :
James Towell, (white), of larceny, State
prison 1 year.
Dick Means, (colored), of larceny, State
prison 2 vjuars,
James Harravp, (colored), of larceny,
State prison 1 year.
x Alex. Jooden, (colored), of larceny,
State prison 2 years. ;:
Wm: Taylor, (colored ) , of la rcen y , State
prison 1 year.
Matilda; Dyson, colpred, yas cqnvictpd
pf tlie charge of settlnsTnp to Jlrp, Jester's
barn," and sentenced to lp years in the
Penitentiary: S)e appealed from this
decianty anii-hpr case will come up in the
Sprpig Term of the Superior Cour t.
The Yankee nation, ever on the watch
or Something in the South over which to
raise a howl, were keeqly alive to the
ittle- wjjjslfey ana touueco reiwiuii m
OrtO of the upper counties of South Caro-
m, a week or two ago, expectjm,', no
doubt, to "find ecasion.,r But "the pa
triotism and good sense of the people or
South Carolina, from the Governor of the
State down to the humblest citizen, was
equal to the emergency, and promptly
joiued forces to arrest offenders and re
store order. The military company wlncli
lent its services for the release of block?
ado runners captured by revenue ofceers
has been disbandell by order of the Gov
ernor, and .every necessary step taken to
bring offenders to jnstice mtlmut sailing
on the President for- troops.
Chloroform cities f; Jfgdrophobia.-The
Democrat pf Defiance, Ohio, relate the
circumstances of a ease of hydrophobia
cured ba large dose 'of chloroform, pour
ed into the njoutlvand nose of a patient
in the last stages of the disease, The
dose was given to ease him offj but after
ying a few minutes as if dead, revived,
spoke, and has since entirely recovered of
Bishop Hood, colored, made a : ringing
speech at the Emancipation uelebrntiou
in Fayetteville, the 1st of January, in
which lie said that since he had become
convinced there was no party opposition
to the colored man in this country he had
had little to do with politics and would
not take auy part so JoBg as the interests
of his people were fostered and protected.
He was particularly hard on the Liberia
Emigration scheme 'Aud i those who go
about preaching it. ,IIe denounced them
as "a set of unprincipled men, out of era
doyment, calculated to impose ou the
credulous, and to line their own pockets
at their expense." He says "the whole
thin" is a fraud." That Liberia is not
suited to the colored people of this couu
trv: "the climate is fatal to them." That
they tfniust remain iu this couutry," am:
live on friendly terms with the people
The Tart About to Everything-The 0akwood Cemetery, Kaleigl,, Tuesday, ! Iu -f uTi
Armistice Question Worse Complicated - ,, , . i J , ' t m n.t ?fiervu;: bt!iw t!.ue wi.o .ie.uonr1
Than Ever. : " ' . ,Z: .. ' broke the ice where the water was veiy hnii. . iiUle , d nvr pay, ni tl
i aeen. anu sjint at once, a oioreu man. i.-vr-n.-iv .i an iian i omn', . i :i
Hid hu- ;
The Special Term S. Court has been in
session this week, His Honor Judge Kerr,
presiding. We publish in another place
the Court Calendar which shows a large
number of civil suite, many of them very
old. The Bar is in pretty full nttepdaqce
and business moving on smoothly.
Tlie Frantic Women at Washington.-r-We
mention elsewhere that there was a
woman's lights convention at Washing
ton, and that they were pressing their
cJaiuis on Congress to be admitted to the
right to vote. They held frequent public
meetings while there, and delivered uu
inerous speeches, some of which have. been
reported aud published in the papers.
We publish the following as indicating
the aims and character of these people
aud the efforts they jure making :
From the Washington Post, Jan. 10th.
The Sixteenth Amendment Convention
met at Lincoln Hall, and filled it to its
utmost capacity. Fred Douglass, (color
ed), and Robert Penis, (colored), were
among the persons in the seats on the
Elizabeth Cady- Stanton reported a
series of resolutions which proclaim equal
rights to all citizens, without regard to
sex, the duty of the National Congress to
THE GREAT WAR.
Thc Observer says that Prof. Henry
i Slater, while out skating on the pond at
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hero. 'Acquire property"1 and learning:
aud by an upright and industrious ljfe grant women their rights; that womens'
make themselves rospected. right to the ballot .should be considered
before the claims of Indians and Chinese;
President Hayes recently visited Mt. condemn tlie proposition to tack a secta-
Vernon, the tomb of Washington, where vian amendment to the Constitution, the
he spent the thiy. The Baltimore Gazette injustice of taxing women's property and
makes the incident the occasion of one of of exempting clergy mens', and iu favor of
the most scathing and withering philippics compulsory education, to the end that
we-have read in many a day. It supposes after 1835 no person shall vote who can-
Washington to come forth from his tomb uot read aud write the English language
iuspired by the political spirit and max- woman and ciiuistiaxity.
i in of 1 77fi to coil front Mr. Hares, whom
, .. f tt Mrs. Matilda Joslyn Gage spoke at
I IB recognize us usurper, .nr. nic
had better staid away, except he had U1' on t,,e thl',ne' "''. Church
gone as a euitent to confess the greatest
i- miixt be inatir.
r,v i" i -.iM j.-riiiiltiiig His iniiii in rvim
DA VIB 'COUNTY-
William Orrcndr i
Car Foster. )
. ' Seventy-two 80-100 dollars due by ac
count. Warrant of Attachment returnable
ti t.' n f iof r ti.u m.-.u !.,; im- iw.-lve miuulirt will iwl re'eivf
Peace for Davie county, at his office on the oiirs.rv.iv ;.i tnml the Fill is..uion.y
oil! a ii i' cui Uttl , lO I o, lieu oiiu v itri t . 'II I
i We d" not propose to kee lo,)k! in futnrt-;
'and we do not ilesire to practice Medicine for
tlios. iK ons u !o, beini aide, !o not psyttieir
d.K tors. We liold thai work of all kind has
a tixeii money value, and that' the attempt to
have it generally understood that a Doctor is a
walkinc charitaUe institution is as-false as it
M. WHITEHEAD, M. D.t
J. J. SUM M EH ELL, M. D.
If. T, TKANTIIAM, M. D-,
J. A. CALDWELL, M. D..
Jan 8lh, 1S78. 12:2t. .
the defendant is required to appear and an
swer to complaint. Wji. Orhendek,
Jan 10, 1878. (13:4t) Plaintiff.
MARK THESE FACTS !
THE TESTIMONY of the WHOLE WORLD.
Congress met on the 10th. There
fi full attendance in both Houses.
women who waut he right tq. vote asseui
fieiabled ju "Washington in strong force
pn the s;im day, They lipid i spmewhat
discordant couvepti;, Tljerp was a
negro lad vaiuog ;heni from Mississippi.
Mr. Sargpq,nfs resolution ijj tlje Senate
advocating he sxteenti amend nient (the
right of wonieu tp vote) and disking that
they be heard in the Senate chamber was
voted down 13 to 31.
The, Virgjn'a tobacconists arc making
stretjqus; effort tq pbtain n- reduction of
the tX on tobacco. tQ 12 pents per pound.
They presented, themselves in a strong
delegation at the Capitol to confer with
leading members and made a marked im
pression. They seek immediate- action
- by Congress, and dcsjre phc question to
' come up singly on its merjts. AVestern
tobacco in,en are jqjnjug thpse of Virginia
pn thfr same measure. ...
Umlitical sin of the age.
Mr. Vporhees, of Indiana, made a pow
erful speech in. the U. S. Senate on Mon
day, demanding the restoration of the
Silver dollar, repeal of the resumption
let, abolishment of the National Hanking
system, legislation for the people and not
for the -bondholders, &c. It seems to
uive created quite a-sensation at Wash
ington, and will no doubt have a consid
erable influence on c silver bill question,
now befprp Cougiess.
A Washington correspondent of the
lialeigh Register (radical) writes as fpfc
.'JfJan nof; 3'P'Vj" yuf editorial capci:
ty, do soniethiug to dispel the piauia that
possesses, abqijt one-half the constituents
qf each of .pur nembers of Congress T
iqpau th.e mania fqr f 'office" anything
any thing so it is pi Washington. . Gov
Progden tqld iqe a few days ago that ho
receives, a daily average of about a dozen
Jetters letters, frpm oldhieu, letters from
Old ladjes, frqm, young men, from young
women, widows nu4 orphans, boys and
girls, letters from, pprspns, knqwnjyid un
known each begging hinj to go ' in per
son and provide for the appljcant a. ,n
atiqn iu some JJepartnieqt qv elpvfherp
upqcr patronage of Government. Manv
pf thg letters are distressing to read, sq
-graphically 4o they tell of the pressing
grants qf t)e suffering applicants."
Memorial Meeting. Tle s bar held a meet
iug in Raleigh pn Monday, to take action
in relation to the dpath of the late Chief
Justice Pearspp, TJiP jnept jng WJls large
Jy attended. It inet iu the Sepate Cham
ber of the Capitol, The Governor and
pther State officers, tPtfether tltP
members of the Supreptp- Court werp
present. Allmond A. McKoy presided as
chairman. Jas. 13. Batchelor read tlje
resolutions prepared by the Committee
Col. Thos. Fuller delivered a eulogy
pf the deceased. Speeches were made by
P. M. Busbee, Esi., Justice E. G. Reade
p. F. Gray, Esq., A. W. Tourgee, Esq., R
C, Baer; Esq., and Gov. Vaucc.
The Ij. . correspondent of the Raleigh
Observer, in a very interesting letter
noting the progress of events in this conn
try in -tlje. Jat' hundred years, dates the
tse of stoves for the purpose of "warm iug
houses within the past century. If cor
rect it adds interest to the fucfc that in the
pld rock houp" three niileg from this
place, are four or five stove njafes, on one
pf which is cast in raised letters thjs namp
pf the Founder, with the date, Gjf. Jt
vq.s a box stove, and tlie ornamental work
jpon it wjll cqniparp well with the orna
piental stpyp work of tlie present day.
. Banks, Insurtnco Cos. and private firms
fn the citjes continue to fail and go into
baqkruntcy. Every 4ay swells the list of
broken concerns; eypry" day dwells tlie
jinmbef of Josers. TJji) ojy tire stock
r low-a-days j a heap qf pod ijiantire and
a. generous soil. ' '--
There is said to be irfeat financial sriinr-
jaton ia Ejilaod.
and State, fehe quoted from many author
ities to prove that the canon law was
wholly unfavorable to women. The church
taught that woman herself was a shame
and a sin. Pagan law had been gradually
removing restrictions upon the personal
liberty of woman, but Christian civiliza
tion hud been constantly enacting laws
reducing her to tlie choice of a marriage
or a nuunerv. 'Christianity narrowed the
freedom of woman. The condition of
woman in pagan India was better than it
it is in Christian countries to-day. The
introduction of the English law in India
tends to the demoralization of women
there. Tlie doctrine of the insubordina
tion of woman as taught-fn the Bible, was
the origin of the scandals that to-day dis
grace the Church. Some lofty divines
are now teaching that there is no hell,
woman should take courage and doubt
the authenticity of the Pauline precepts
about her obeying hr hushund or not
speaking out in meeting. Nothing was
too sacred for investigation. Religion, as
all other things, had its limits. As St.
Augustine had predicted the downfall of
Rome, so she predicted the fall of Chris
tianity, which had degraded the morals
of woman. The real crisis of to-day is
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
i deen. and sank at once. A -colored man. iiHwr-imv .t nil
London, Jan J4.The Times' Vienna by the name of Geo. Jordan, who happen- j '' " .tirsi- ..
correspondent sjiys i "Advices from Tur- cd to walk up just, as the misfortune took ',umt lT-.2i.uV,n'i ...u-
Key snow mat tlie worus ol Aaiianopie place, broke his way through the ice to
are only "partially armed and unfitted to1 him and made the rescue in the very uick
resist an ajjack. In Constantinople it is of time. J
believed possible that Adnanople may be j - - M " EijUgji
carried by a couu de main. The fortiflca- ! -A-'A-A'JX J 3L1SXN' IN UilL'l-
tious of Constantinople are consequently
being looked to as tho last resource, al
though they seem to be in even worse
condition. Everything points to the
complete, confusion aud dismay of the
The Times' correspondent at Bucharest
saysl "A uew complication seems to have
arisen, ine Kouraanians tatK or ueeitn
ing to submit to the armistice uuless it is
separately arranged with them. It is
thought that they have possibly been in
stigated by the Russian military party."
The Daily Telegraph's correspondent at
Pera, says : "Grand Duke Nicholas in his
telegram to the Porte very expressly ask
ed that two Turkish delegates be sent to
meet him at Kezautki, aud that they
should have thefullest possible powers.
A meeting of 'till Grand Ottoman council
was held on Sunday, aud consequently
appointed two plenipotentiaries."
The Telegraph's Constantinople dispatch
reports that the Russians entered Yeni
Saghra, Saturday. The place was previ
ously burned by the retreating Turks.
COXSTAXTIXOI'LE, D 30 a M, Jan 14.
Zevrer Pasha, Minister of .Foreign Affairs
and Namik Pasha, will leave for Kazantki
to-day, to meet Grand Duke Nicholas.
They have been invested by the ministe
rial council with full powers to treat for
Zafat Pasha, Minister of Justice, will
act as Minister of Foreign Affairs during
the absence of Zevrer Pa&ha.
Namik and Zevrer Pashas, delegates
appointed to treat with Grand Duke
Nicholas for an armistice, have started for
Belguade, Jati 14. The Servians have
re-occupied Kurschuuilje, which the Turks
evacuated. The Servians have taken
Veranja. Servian General Belimarkovich
with fifty battallious, is marching on
Prcsebaratja. The Servians, effected a
Professional Notice. HilE OALY AMiBOTE FOR LONG
5T.UICTLY CASH -.BUSINESS!
CCME AirSEX fOSYOURStCp!
J . XJL.4.
Let the suffering and diseased read the tol
lowlns. Let all who have been given up by Doctors,
and spoken of as Incurable, rend the toilgwlug.
.? Let all who can believe facts, and can have
faith In evidence, read the following.
Know all men by thexe preterit, Ttiat, on this, the
Twentieth day of June in the year of our Lord, One
Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-six, personally
canie Joseph Haydoek, to me known a3 such, and
being duly sworn deposed as follows: "That he is
the sole general agent fcr the United states mid
dependencies thereof for preparations of medicine
known as Dr. Holloway's Tills and ointment, and
that the following cerUHcates are verbatim copies
to the best of his knowledge and belief.
u 8. Notarj' Public,
14 Wall Street, New York.
June 1st, lsG6.
Dr. Hollowav : I take my pen to write you of my
great relief and tl at the awful pain In my &lde has
left me at lastthanks to your Fills, oh, Loetor,
how thankful I am that I can get some sleep. 1 can
never wrlt it enough. I tijank you again and again,
and am sure that you are really the friend of all suf
ferers. I could not help writing to you, aud hope
you will not take it amiss.
U6 Avenue D.
This Is to certify that 1 was discharg d from the
aruiv with Chronic Diarrhoea, and have been cured
by Dr. Holloway's Pills.
New York, April 7, iscc. 21 Pitt Street.
; t tied at the ohllstand. recently oc-
U F:;o)k tirj!i!U &,Jo., wit Ira Se C
i - & FANCY GOODS,
iVISUjNS OROCESIES Added
' . GOODS
Sold CHEAPER than can be bpuht any-
where in Salisbury. L
CfciT OliS, W 1 1 CAT, OATS, UTTiRTfc 5
Eugs lakt-ii as tsu."a y .
il v l.usiness will be condocted on a CASH
BASI-, lliervby giving me many advantages
oyer those, who no a credit busioeps.
Than kinp my friends for past favors, and
lioinia: to merit a continu.:ion tf lh fame, I
am nvosi respect fully, &c,
R. FRANK GRAHAM.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
Are traoqnsled for the cure and prevention of
djte.i2in II orsoa. Cattle, HoK,thep.nd fowl.
iA VII E. i'OtJTkS. Prop- EiUmor. M4.
The following is an interesting case of a man em
ployed In an Iron luadry. who, In pouring melted
Iron Into a nasi that was damp and wet. caused an
explosion. The melted Iron was thrown around aud
on him In a perfect shower, and he was turned
dreadfully. The following certificate was given to
me, by hiia, about eight weeks after the accident :
New Yokx, Jan. 11, 1SWS.
My name Is -Jacob Hardy ; J am. an Iron Founder.
I was badly burnt by hot Iron In November lasu my
burns healed, but I hail a running sore on ray leg
that would not hpal. 1 tried Holloway's ointment
and tt cured me in a few weeks. This is all true and
anybody can see rae at Jackson's Iron Works, ad I cost
I will soil at a great sacrifice the follow
Pine Shot (inn. Rifle.
Foot Power Circular Saw with Boring
Iron Lathe, live and a half ft. Shears,
1(5 inch Swing.
Steam Engine 1-5 Horse Power.
Large Screw Press.
Set Tinners Tools.
Large Rihbon Stamp.
Stencil Dies and Material.
Rolling Mill tor Gold, Silver and Brass.
One Silver, and oue Brass Alto Horn.
One Snare Drum.
Three Stands of Bees in the Buckeye
Bee Hives. ,
New "Peter Wright" Anvil.
Queen's Patent Portable Forge.
Aud many other things.
1 also oiler Fine Acorn Cook Stoves at
DAYIE LAIlDSatTpiiIG SALE.
By virtue of two Mortgage Deed executed
to us on 20th day of March, 1877, by Jno. ",
Bradford of the county of Davie and State of
North Carolina, to secure the payment of the
sum ol, three hnndrcd and fifty dollar?, vre
wiil cxjMwe to pirblic Mle at Ihe Court House
door in Mocksville,' Davie county on Monday,
St'n day of January, TS7S, for cash, the lands
d esi ri bed ia said mortgage deeds, respectively,
One tract lying in Davie county, adjoining
tlie lands of 11. E. BoUertsonTJ no, Taylor, nl
others, containing about 40 acres.
Also the tract of land lying in said county
on which "the said. Bradford now resides, ad
joining B. N.Allen, Jacob Cennatzer' and
others, containing 45 aeree.
This 3rd dav of November, 1877.
' J. U. WILLIAMS,
A. IL STEWART,
" - . Mortgagee.
The Eastern War. The news of the
15th from the great war, represent that
Turkish envoys have gone to make peace,
if they can. Grand Duke Nichols is en
trusted with the conditions of peace, the
exact ternis of which are yet unknown,
and are causing England and Germany
some little anxiety. 20,000 refugees from
Rouniania have arrived at Constantinople.
The Turks are still retreating towards
The Associate Justices of the Supreme
Court, State and city officials, the mili
tary, and citizens of Raleigh generally, all
united in paying distinguished hnuors to
to the remains of Chief Justice Pearson.
Tfye body lay in Mate one day in-the cap-
i ... o o ii -v h ex ate. Mr. lljivis. it Illinois nr
" . ' """c" Uented a netition of 400 bankers and
in OakAyootl Cemetery. , r ftl . ..
i ' - - - -
taining gold as a single standard of value,
The txYG.negroes, Rufo Lowrance and and against the repeal of the specie re-
Dick Smith, cpnyjeted of murder in sumption act. He spoke of the high stand-
Meckleuburg county, and sentenced to be ing of the signers of this petition, but that
hung on the 11th instant, had their son- in his opinion their views were endorsed
tences commuted on tjie 10th to imprison- by only a very small per rentage of the
ment in the penitentiary for life. The population of that city. He also present
clemency ot tlie .governor in tliese cases cd the proceedings ot a meeting held at
was dictated by strong petitions sent up Blcomington, Illinois, his place of resi
junction with the Roumanians before
Widdiu. The commandant at Widden
has been summoned to surrender, but de
mands that the garrison be allowed to
march out with their anus.
A steam tug left the river Thames yes
terday for Ferrel, Spain, to bring the Cleo
pratra obelisk to London.
The directors of the Bank of England,
at a meeting yesterday, lixed the minimum
rate at '5 per cent.
Three forged drafts for 810,00'.) each, of j
the First National Bank of Charleston, S. j
C, were discovered Wednesday at the!
National Park Bank in New York City, ;
where tluv lad been sent Uy tho ia:ik ol ,
the Ill-public. The numbers of the drafts '
were i:7,i!;7, 27,t50d and 27,o!);. i
Wm. S. P. ntin, of New York, aged -24,
was to injve (ten married to a very beau- i
tiful young lady Wednesday night. He
committeil suicide in the afternoon by !
by shooting himself. No cause can jo
learned other than that Pontin hatl invit- j
ed his fathei to the wedding and the lat
ter had refused.
Cincinnati,, Tan. 10. At Concord, Ken
tucky,. Tuesday night, Deputy Sheriff
Buggies, with a posse, overtook the no
torious Underwood brothers who had been
stealing horses from farmers, and demand
ed their surrender. The Underwoods im
mediately tiled at the p:rty, instantly
killing Rugbies. The lire wn tetnrned
and lKth outlaws wounded, It is thought
that the Underwoods will be lynched by
the excited farmers.
J. IIAKDY, 113 Goereli Street.
If you want to buy
come vcrv soon.
Salisbury, N. C. ll:tf.
cheap, you must
Extracts from Various Letters.
"I liad no appetite; Holloway a Tills gave me
"Your I'i!lsjre iiuirvd'onrs." ! ""'
send for ano,r t,.,, and Keep them In tLojgQQ InsuranC8 fQV 25 CtS.
Ir. Hollowav has cured my headache which was i
i rave on:- of yonr Pills to my ii:dx- for cholfra
niorbus. The d'-ar little iblnot well in a day."
'My nausea of a niorntn 1 now cured."
"Y our box f Hollowiiv's ointment cured me of
noise's In t'.ic head. 1 rubtx'.d some of your oluttnmii
b''.iind the c-irs, u:i l the noise Ins l i't."
'S.ii'1 me i.o i.oxi-s. 1 '.vunt one tor a poor family."
'I en 'loc a dod-.ir, yocr prii'e ts 25 ociits, but the
nu-ilii'ine to me is r.orih a doll o"
i:k1 ia1 j'lvc l)cc of your Wis "
I.ef me liave ihree imx's of voar I'iils bv return
m.ll. f-r fldlls and I--vers."
I H ACK OVEK -i SH 'I TKSTIMOMALS AS TH1SE,
but want of space co:.j,)el-. mo to coac.'ide.
J.A!!cn llriiw ii is tur.v ivjiteentini; in liis
i-'incv 1 1..- " K nil kit !.. k r ( a-ii.ility I n-iraiict-
'..- i . ; , .. i i L ; , !
by hm ! or
Pol ieii a
!.(!! Ol IHTIlH I.l:
i-a. 1 ues (i.iiiv, aiool lily, or yearly
low I a Us tall :;t bis oilice fur
rll.cr i-iii ticnlars. W. (. Shciimtn at tl
l l is al:ll i l).id ;'t.rtlit, licin
lio I.. I; I too
V IlOIII t ill' i i .
,. i liiij; j'tjbii,
;l ,11 lit ins.
r ut lie l .-
BROWN & VERBLE'S
caii se in e
And all cru.)ti !:is of t;.e skin, t Ids ')!nt ment Is nai.-a
l'lvaiu ib!;-.' !t d-v5ivt i-ii externally alone, b it
p iot r -ii- wit'i t:i" ni'ist s-,.i:vaiiif; tU'ects to the
very roji of Ui!' evil.
SsOLfO IV A V P ILLS
Invariably cures the following diseases :
Disorders of the Kidneys.
S 1 LANIER, Proprietcr.
Livery & Sale Stables,
SALISBURY, X. C.,
Pclita and Attentive.
In all disc AssatTect Ing these organs, whether they
seereie too raiu-h or bm utile water; or htthertUey
be alllictc I wit!i btone or trravet. or with aches and
palm, settled ia the loins over the regions of the kid
nejs, tliese Wis should be tik'Mi a-eoriiag to the
printed directions and the Ointment should be we
rubbed into tne small of the back at bed time. Th
t real meiU will give almost immediate relief when
all other moans have failed.
For Stomachs out of Order.
is Indicated hi our Jast, Ex-Gov. Bul
lock, on trial iu Georgia for nlledged
frauds aq4 peculations on the Treasury
of the State while Governor, was fully
acquitted ou Monday last. Tliis is the
heaviest slam ou the newspapers and
oi-ators of Georgia, tbat ever befell them;
for if Bullock is innocent theyie( tni him
The Huleigli Register seonts the idea
that the radical party in North Carolina
is "dead and buried," and saj-s those who
think so will yet find out 4heir mistake.
The Register may have sources of infor
mation we know nothing about, but really
we think it would bo hard to find enough
of the party iu this section to bold an in
-: Hon. A, M- Waddejl, of this State, lec
tured in the Masonic Temple, Y., ,ou
the night of the 8tht lbr the benefit of the
Post Office Mutual Ajd Association, aud
was much applauded.
The Raleigh Register on the President
tial pardou of A. W. Howertox, for mail
robbery, speaks of him as "the youth who
was "sentenced," &c. Howertop is scarce
ly less than 40 years old.
There was a destructive fire at Lauren
bur, Richmond cb.t on the 9th. The fire
is supposed to have been the work of an
incendiary. Loss between 20 and 30
thousand dojlars. , T
W.Qff; W. Nf H, Smith, has been appoint
ed Chief tisjdee pf the .Supreme Court,
lie was commissioned by tljeGoveraor on
. Hon. Geo. H. pepdleton was, on Mon
day, declared tfl9 .cliPice of the 0o Lcg-
jslatuie foj IJ. Senator.
dence, n favor of the. renionctization of
the silver dollar, and iu presenting them
said he had no agency in getting up this
meeting, but he believed the proceedings
expressed the opinion pf the ieople of the
whole county, which was tho fourth in
population in that State, Referred to the
. Mr. Edmunds, of Vermont, introduced
a lengthy amendment to the preamble of
the resolution submitted by Mr. Matthews,
of Ohio, before the recess, declaring the
right of the government to pay its bonds
in silver, etc. Tlie amend ment sets forth
that the silver dollar of tho United States
had been lungobsolete when the existing
loans of the U, 'm. were authorized ; that
gold coin had been tho ouly lawful coin,
ami that Congress should not legislate to
make money at tho expense of its credi
tors ;rhat it was the highest obligation of
the United States to pay its debts in such
coin as its -creditors expected would lie
paid, and that it would be unjust to com
pel them or laboring men, either, to re.
eeivo the silver dollars or auy debased
money. Laid ou the table and. ordered,
to be printed, the resolution to which it
is proposed as an amendment now being
before the Senate.
The Senate then resumed the considera
tion of the resolution f Mr. Matthews,
declaring the right of the government to
pay bonds in silver.
Mr. Bailey, of Tennessee, mid a lengthy
argument. as to the constitutional powers
of Congress in relation to coinage, etc.
Calixm IjRoa & Co., of Greensboro,
have sent us their Alpba-beti-cal Adver
tiser for 1878 a book of 62 pages inside
of cover. They lead in the liberal art of
advertising all the business men of the
No medicine will so effectually improve the tone1
of the sio.n n il as these pills: they remove all aciilt- j
ty occasioned either by intemperance or Improper
diet. They reach the liver and reduce It to a heal-!
thy action: they are wonderfully etticaeious in cases
of sp:tsin in f;ict the. never fail in curing all disor
ders of the liver and stomach.
Wi'wwj i'TTt iire. the li t! rented t knoivn in the uortd
fur the folimriwj u!.i;
Will convey passengers to and from any point
with the hesL stock and vehicles.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will fin.l it to their interest to call upon them
before making arrangements elsewhere. -
Drovers and Traders
will fii-lt at this establishment good lots and
Ma Ues and plenty of good hay, fodder, oats
Tlie Davidson Becord, well known to the Those wishing turnouts for pleasure driving
people of .ivilson comity as their campaign, will find the bct nc coinniodalioiis at lliese
Hier of lN7t, is designed lo meel a public Si;Ut s.
w;-.ni ol t ie on-isies- meii and of liie intersts of I Mr .J . F. Webb will always be found at the
liie coi-.ily. The lime iia come wlieii a 1 niot ' Sta Ides a nd promises entire satisfaction -to all
everv count v tind- it itidi-in-nab!o to have a customers. 4 :t f-
iTlie Wim Becori
The only business transacted yesterday
was the examination of the applicants for
license to practice law, nineteen in num.
tn-r, who sill passed their examinations
creditably. The following are the names
of the young gentlemen who received li
censes to practice law in the courts of this
State, viz :
James Milton Brown, Randolph county.
William Grey lktrkhead, Wake county.
William Willis Ciark, Craven county.
John Duvereux, Junior Wake county.
'Sydney 1'obertson Dunn, Cumberland
Edward .Crosby " Hackney, Chatham
Shervood Hay wood, Wake county.
. Charles Lee Heittnan, Davidson county.
SauYuel Mehinfthoq Holton, Guilford
George Andrew Jones, Macon county.
Andrew Joyner, Pitt county,
William James Leary, Chowan county.
Clement. Manly, Craven county.
Charles Henry Martin, FraukJin couuty.
Alfred Meeks Morning, Chatham couu
ty. leander Slater Overmau, Rowan county,
IJenry Colemau Stevenson, Craven
John Benjamin' Vines, Edgecombe
Wiley Wilburn Wilson, Yancey county.
Court adjourned until 10 o'clock this
(Wednesday) morning. Raleigh News.
in.i-peii.iole lo have
public journal of itsown to represent its inter
ests in i lie virions ali'drs of .business, local and
general. There is no comity in the State that !
would wA he greatly hetieiiled by a journal
within its hounds rspeeially devoted to ihe pro
motion of tlie local interests of the community,
Such a paper appeal very strongly to the nar
lialitv and pride of tlie .-section it Serves'; and
very citizen should give it hi countenance
and support it liberally, as a means of increas
ing its usefulness and extending its influence at
home and abroad. The stronger it becomes
the more beneficial it will prove; and as tlie
money required lor its support is far less than
the matei i:l good it does, it is the best invest
ment any county can make.
The Record will of necessity take part in
the politics of the country. If it is the duty of
eerv man to keep himself well informed in
I respect to public affairs, and to take a decided.
None are nulne unless .the st-nature of JUay- manly part therein, it is especially the
nocK, as agent for the l mtcd states, surrounds each : . . e 1 e ' r ; ,,
box ot I'tlls and Ointment. A handsome reward will I only o the editor ot a newspaper faithfully
be given to any one rendering such information as j to investigate all questions of public concern
may lead to the detection of any party or parlies I .,..,1 (,;ve to his rea.leis tho fWt of th-
,giie, Female Irregu
lUliious Com- Fevers of all
BioVhes ou thf Kits,
Bowel Com- Headache,
uiiea, - i nil. 1 1: ui i i-u,
Conciliation of Jaundice,
the bowels, Liver Coni
Erysipelas Reteiitlou of
sire 1 liroats
stone i uravel,
tions, Worms of a)l
any cause, ic.
Gen. Geo. B. McClellax was inaugu
rated Gov, of New Jersey on Moodav.
Gov. Vance has appointed a colored
barber in lialeigh, Adjutant of a colored
regiment. Reidsville limes,
This would be very true, but for sever
al rather pertinent circumstances : 1.
Gov. Vance has not appointed "a colored
barber in lialeigh" adjutant of anything.
2. There is no colored regiment" iu
North Carolina. 3. The appointment of
Adjutants for regiments of tlie North Caro
lina State Guard, either white or colored,
does not lie with the Governor but with
the commanding otlicer of such regiment.
counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same,
HuumiiK iiieui 10 oe spurious.
.So!d at the Manufactory or Professor Hoixoway
& Co., New York, and by all resneetahle Druggists
and Dealers in Medicine throughout the civilized
world, In boxes at 25 cents. t-2 cents, and fl each.
t- There Is considerable saving by taking the
N. H Directions for the guidance of patients iu
every disorder are affixed to each box. 3:ly,
STOP AT THE
O. S. BROWN, Prop'r,
(Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)
&3AT JIOME AGAIN.
Having leased this house for a t-rmof years,
I would be pleased to have mv ir ends call and
see me. It will he kept as a' FIllST CLASS
HOTEL IN EVERY RESPECT.
Board: Two Dollars Per Day.
fi-OMNIBUS AT EVERY TRAIN.a
Large Sample Rooms for Commercial Trav
ellers. TRV ME. v
C. S. RUOWN, .Tr
January, 1st, 1878. il:tf.
U. S. JJKOWX, Jr. )
L. W. MASTEN, Clerks.
rPIIE FIRM of Jon-es, Gaskill & Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
and the business will now be conducted by
v JONES & GASKILL.
All accounts, notes, &c., held by the olt
firm must be settled v,t once.
II. M. JONES,
J. D. GASKILL,
M. L. HOLMES.
Jan. 1st, 1878.
The undersigned pledges himself to he true in
this regard. He will not knowingly deceive
his readers for the sake of parly or. anything
else; but by laying before them the facts, as he
may enabled to obtain then, will endeavor to
aid all to act wisely for the general good. As
political, matters now stand,-hid personal con
victions are most decidedly in accord with the
views and feelings of the Democratic Conserva
tive party. He believes that the efforts of this
party in 187G wrenched from the grasp of tyr
ants and corruptionists in high places the civil
liberty that we now enjoy. He regards that
great victory as second only to that gained bv
the fathers of 177G. The danger was immi
nent, the constant tendency fatal, hut the cour
age, wisdom and devotion of the Conservative
party proved itself equal to the occasion, and
gloriously rescued the imperiled liberties of
the people. While lhat party shall continue
more pure and truly patriotic than any olher,
he intends to he fully identified with it.
Hut the main design of The Record in toserve
the county of Davidson in all the ways it mav
be possibje lo advance her interests and pro
mote the wflfare of her people. And to this
enrthe undersigned desires Mich intimate re
lations with her citizens as shall enable him '.o
perform bis duty efficiently.
The paper will be published weeklyat $1 a
year in advance.. It will be small, but neatlv
printed on new type; and the proprietor hopes
to make tip in quality what may be lacking in
fize. Tlie first number will appear about the
first week in January, 1S78.
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