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Examine our new ndvertUeuients. '
. We learn that the Examiner printing
t)ttice has been JM)ld to Mr. John Spell
m ax, and that T we are to have another
newspaper in this place.
Mr. T. F. Kluttz is having a brand of
'cigAV, the "Daisy," made especially for
his trade, lie claims them to be the
finest in the city. See ad. lie also talks
about other things.
Mr. Thos., H. Vanderford has engaged
the ser rices of a good lMKt and shoe ma
ker, and advertises in this .paper. He
proposes-to turn out cif-made goods
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Sjhi notes in the Snow.n Some bodj lias
sent us Jonx Henry Boxer's little book
of the above title one of the sweetest
little poems we have ever seen a perfect
gelii. We thank the sender.
Misses Sal Ho Marsli Lizzie McCorkle,
Linda Rumple and Ella Rrown left for
Peace Institute, Raleigh, hist Saturday
From the forlorn looks on the faces of
some of our youth, wo judge that a pcrr-
fect host of-Vnlentines will follow in their
Mr. P. A. Frercks, we learn, is making
I arrangements to build a large Hotel, with
'fall the modern imurovements. at the
I depot. We hope, he will; for it would be
fa great convenience to the travelling pub-
1 lie, and inrjrove the appearance ot the
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I Post Office Clerks are looking sour as
I the 14th approaches. If all the valentines
iu the U. S. were piled together-, and all
the post-office clerks-assembled to behold
the great -mass of love poetry, we veifturc
:there would be none, no not one, that
would stick a torch to the pile.
PUBLIC MEETING. .
I Notice is hereby given that a public
; meeting of citizens will be held at Mc
fNeely's Hall, Friday evening the 15th
inst., to invite the Democratic party to
next State Convention at this
- Our friend Jno. Wilson lias a pig. He
says his pig will drink a bucket of slop
and he can then put the pig in the bucket.
He wants to know what becomes of the
plop. This is equal to Bostian's egg pack
ing. He sas a barrel will only hold
three bushels of oats, and that he can
pack two and a half bushels of oats and
two and a half bushels of eggs in it.
j We IctH ii that a man 4n this county
found. one morning, iu his pen, a dead
hog it being still warm, he had it clcau
' ed, made into sausage and brought it to
town and sold it. The Grand .Jury should
find him out. We wish the catholics had
him, and would put him through a course -of
their tortures. That is the worst thing
We can wish him.
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5 Neauhy a Kirk. Mr. W. F. Lackey
sustained si loss of about 75.00, last
Tuesday, by his gin accidentally catching
fire. It is supposed that it took tire from
a match which was found afterwards. ' He
was fully. 'insured with J. Allen Brown.
The amount was adjusted Und settled by
Mr. -Brown on the 10th. --His policy would
have expired on the 9fh inst., lire on the
5th, just in time. "
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A young lady badly hurt. A daughter
of Mr. A. Brown, this county, was-return -ing
from a funexal, on horse back, last
week, when the horse became frightened
at some oxen, and started to run, but
Miss Brown. held him. back with a curb
bit, when the horse reared up and fell
backwards on her. She waspaiufully,
and it was feared, fatally bruised. She
was improving when last heard from, but
have heard nothing definite for several
Late Sv hoot. It will be seen elsewhere
ia this paper, that Mr.J. M. McCorkle
proposes to open a law school in this place.
Few members of the Bar iu Western N.
Carolina are better qualified than he for
the work of instructing candidates for the
Profession . The office ad va u tage he offers
will be especially valuable, to students,
for here are offered notxmly the theoreti
cal knowledge of law, but also the prac
tical parts of the Profession, which at
most school are not taught, and which
require years to learn after going to the
Extract from a letter written to a rela
tive by a Texas lady :
- I regret to War that you are out of em
ployment, but 1 cannot encourage, you to
come to Texas. In the tirst place, I do
not like to recommend Texas to any one;
and in the second place,., if you intend to
make your living by clerking, this would
be a bad place for you. If you wish to
farm or raise stock my advice would be
for you to conic West, but for anything
elm? yon had better stay where you are.
If you had sufficient means to engage in
buMuess for yourself, (a family grocery
for instance), you could do well bv goug
to some frontier county. A mail 'coming
here would find it difficult to ;et employ
ment, and at a very iovv salary at that."
5 FRKK PROPKRTY. "
:Thc:re is a gentleman in this town, who
offers to give a. fee simple deed to an
eligible town lot to any competent man
who will establish, on it a
WAGON MAKING SHOP.
Also '20 acres of land, rent free for five
years to any one who will plant ami tend
on it a " . -
VIXEYAinAXI) FRUIT TREES.
Also, the use" of onejof the best build
ings in town, renfe-free for one year, to
any inan who Will oiwn it as a
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. '
These are splendid offers, and ought
find acceptance'.' There are also more
the same kind. X x
We hare received an anonomons letter
from a young lady replying to an Article
which uppeareu in lite Watchman a, few
weeks since, about "Lovelv woman and
her ways." We never oublish anv letter
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without the 'writers';-, real name: We
Avould advise this young lady, however,
to discriminate l)Ctweeu the petty follies
of fashion, and the degradation of slums
and gutters. In the article referred to
above there was nothinar but what a true
tind christian lady would approve.
Sassafras Oil. The sassafras oil trade
has Wen ruined in this section by the
people who make and sell it to our mer
chants. It is being adulterated with
Kerosene Oilwfiich mixes with the Sas
safras, and tlte odor Of the latter destroys
the former so that it cannot be discovered.-One
of our merchants has between
Ore and six hundred pounds of this
adulterated oilln N. Y., for which he can
find no sale. It is to be regretted that
our merchants are forced to have uoebn
fidence in those from whom they have to
buy. This discovery has ruiued"the oil
business. The pennyroyal oil trade was
ruined in the same way last summer.
Young America Stjej, Ahead! A
farmer in this county had a lot of young
trees in his orchard which were bearing
fruit for the first time. Among them was
Uiu apple tree, the fruit of which he was
Especially desirous should mature.- He
called up his six children and spoke to
them in this wise: "Now, you all see that
tree, I want those apples to get ripe and
the first one of you that pulls off, shakes
off, or knocks off an apple I will -thrash
severely." They all promised and the old
man felt secure. A few das after, on
examining the tree he found the cores
hanging to the stems; the apples had been
eaten from the tree without being pulled,
shaken or knocked off. He was very
much vexed, and called up the brats and
inquired of them. The youngest son 'fess
ed up, and said : "Pa, yon didn't say I
mustn't eat 'em off the tree." The old man
never whipped that boy.
MEETING of TOWN COMMISSIONERS.
The Commissioners for the town met
in the Mayor's office, on Friday evening,
Feb. 1st, 1878. Present, Mayor Stewart,
and Commissioners Marsh,Atwell, Hornh,
Snider, Kesller, Holmes and Kluttz.
" The city weigher reported gross receipts
from public Scales for January $10.70.
The Mayor reported that the Shober
bridge had been repaired and crossing
built on Fulton Street.
The city attorney filed a written opin
ion that certain: real estate belonging to
the Presbyterian Church was liablo to
taxation, and the Board ordered that it
be taxed accordingly.
Commissioners, Snider and Horab, were
appointed to ascertain how much gas pipe
the town has paid for, where it is situated,
and what it has cost.
Commissioner Kluttz from the commit
tee on graded school, reported that if the
town would appropriate $-100, a like
amount could be obtained from each the
district fund, and the Peabodyfund, mak
ing 900, with which a good free school
with two or three teachers could be main
tained for ten months in the year; where
upon, on motion of Commissioner Atwell,
it was ordered, that alt" poll taxes for the
town be-devoted to the purpose of main
taining free public schools for the children
of the town : the taxes so collected from
whites for a school for white children, aud
the taxes so collected from colored men,
for a school for colored children."
Mr. Kluttz was directed to confer furth
er with the district Committee and the
Superintendant of Public Instruction in
furtherance of tins matter, and report to
the next meeting.
The. following accounts were then ap
proved and ordered to be paid, subject to
Thos. Bell, sexton, $'2o; Geo. Shaver
and C. W. Pool, police each 30; W. F.
Owens, work, 18.0.5 ; Jos. Ballard, black
smithing $1.50; C. W. Atwell, work
J. F. Deerinan, chairs, $3; Eagle and Mil
ler, Lumber $2.07 ; Meroney's & Rogers,
paid hands $3.75; D. A." At well, paid
ha nils $2.90 j R. R. Crawford, hauling and
work on street $52 ; Frank Dobbin, work
$150; Jones, Gaskill &. Co., supplies to
street hands &.c, $96.76. (Total $272. 13).
An account for gas consumed iu J 877,
and also one from Thos. P. Johnston, for
a lot of stone, were laid over for informa
tion. The Board then adjourned.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Clerk:
LOVE STORY. y
Moses had fully made up his mind to
pop the question it was his duty to doit;
for he had been courting the girl for some
time and he felt it was due to her, to her
widowed mother and to himself, to frank
ly come to the point and make his pur
pose, knowu. Aud yet he was iu great
embarrassment as to what he should do
wit It his wife when got her. The fact
was, as he put it himself, he had been
an infernal fool for getting Into such a
scrape. He had no money no home of
his own and no friend who could- relieve
him temporarily. But his honor was in
voled, and he was determined to save
that at all hazards, and to do this there
was no alternative but to meet the sub
ject squarely and fairly.
Thej- were sitting in the southern door
of the family mansion, a May moon con
tributing its silvery light to enrich a most
delightful night. It vras getting late.
Muses held the soft hand of Mintee in his
own, now and then involuntavily pressing
it, and leauiug nearer and nearer. He
felt all the time that asking her consent
was a mere formality which he mut ne
cessarily pass through, and was thinking,
t also, of how he should break the subject
to Mrs. Means, her mother, the next morn
iug.. rTbevfuture was all shrouded iuthu;k
ncss, but he was strong in' the faith of a
kind, over ruling providence in .hisease,
so he was noW 'feeling)dfccidelyXTippy .
It was an auspicious moment, aud almost !
without knowing the Words heiitterel ne
asked Mintee if ehe -would have him.
Mintee was a sensible, straightforward
sort of person too, aud answered him
To say Moses was thunder-struck would
be a feeble expression of the fact. He
rose from his seat rubbed. Ins eyes, run
his fingers through his hair, and moved a
step or two, as if to assure himself that he
was really awake. Then addressing his
adored with 'Did yon say no V1 Received
the prompt reply, "yes."
How and when he got away from the
place he never could tell, but found him
self next morning in Lis nsual bed, and
his horse, saddle and bridle were in their
accustomed place. He had a dazed sense
that something had happened during the
night, but it was a something he never
ventured to speak of until twenty years
after it occurred. ; , -----
Mr. Watchman: I was exceedingly
gratified to see in your last issue an edi
torial recommendation of Maj. Jas. E.
Kerr for the Judgeship ' of this District.
The suggestion of the name of Maj. Kerr
brought me back to the palmy days of the
Republic when men of virtue and intelli
gence were placed, in responsible offices
and not political tricksters.
From a long acquaintance of Maj. Kerr,
I fully eudorse the recommendation, for
in addition to his legal knowledge, cour
teous and diguitied mauners he will cer
tainly make what is vow so desirable, a
For the Watchman.
A BRILLIANT WEDDING.
On last Thursday evening the quiet
and stpid town of Mocksville was the
scene of one of the most fashionable wed
dings, which has vitalized the dormant
spirit of cupid, in this vicinity, for lo!
these many, many days. The high con
tracting parties were Mr. Phillip Hanes
aud Miss Sallie E. Booe. The "beau
knot" was tied by Rev. A. L. Crawford,
pastor of the Presbyterian Church of
Mocksville. Nearly one hundred of the
elite of the towns of Mocksville, Salisbury,
and Winston, were present. At 9 o'clock
supper was announced. The extensive
tables litterally groaned beneath the
weight of the rarest luxuries of the mar
kets of Danville aud Salisbury, and a
peep in would have tempted the palate of
the gods. Unalloyed happiness took full
possession of the delighted guests, and
they did not count the fleeting hours, and
remained till the "wee sma' hours" of the
night. The bridal trousseau was of the
finest and richest pearl colored silk, trim
med in lace and white satin. The honor
of attending the bridal pair was confer
red upon Miss Maggie Booe and Mr. John
Hanes; Miss Kate Hanes and Mr. Phillip
Booe; Miss Florence Clement and Mr.
William Woodruff; Miss Ada Crawford and
Mr. Charley Clement; Miss Ida J. Rose and
Mr. Bohannon. Miss Maggie Booe, wore
white silk made and trimmed in the high
est style of the art. Miss Haues wore a
splendid white silk trimmed in lace;
Misses Clement and Crawford, white lawn
trimmed in lace and satin; Miss Rose,
white alpacca trimmed in lace. Although
the ladies wardrolies were not of the most
extravagant fabrics, yet they showed the
t order of cultivated taste.
A correspondent -writes to the Reids
ville Times from Danville, Va., as follows :
A lady from your State, near Asheville,
was here last week, trying to get work.
She taught music and lace work. She
wfas a widow lady, the widow of a mason,
and a mason's daughter, and besides had
her two little children with her., She
only asked work. Not a stitch did she
get. Fine " ladies . under mansard roofs
felt too poor to encourage her. She stop
ped at the American Hotel, and the pro
prietors were very kind to -her and. her
little ones. She staid a week, trying
every day foe work, and the hotel charg
ed her only 25 cents a day. She went
from here towards Charlotte, N. C.
The Morganton Blade gives some fur
ther particulars of the death of Creed F.
Young, State Senator from Burke, Cald
well and other counties. It says: It is
told us that he had been out on a hunt at
night aud returned home very late. Not
wishing to disturb the family, which had
retired and been asleep for some time, he
hoisted a window to get into his house,
'and when found next morning was lying
across the window sill, with one half of
his body hanging outside, frozen to death.
His body was quite wet, as though he had
been in the river, and it is presumed he
was so overcome with the cold that he
could not make the effort needful to get
through the window. r
The Raleigh New favors Salisbury as
the place and. June as the time for hold
ing the State Convention ; the claim for
that place being on the ground that of the
three other points mentioned, Charlotte
is too far West for the northeastern coun
ties, and at Raleigh aud Greensboro as
pirants would have "local advantages
over those from other parts of the State."
This objection, it appears to ns, applies
with equal force to all places suggested
unless indeed the "aspirants'1 are exclu
sively confined to Raleigh and Greensboro.
This is a trouble always to be encounter
ed in locating a Convention, and it seems
to us that the Executive, Committee should
simply consider the questions of access
ibihty, hall and hotel accommodations in
determining upou a place. One thing
must be remembered ; there were a"thou
sandjdelegrates at the last State Conven
tion and will most likely le more at the
next. HasCharlotteaKsbury, or Greens
boro, either, a hall that can accommodate
Onent Hall, in Snlislmrv will unrhinL-
ibe large enough for the occasion.
i a WRITING FOR THE PRESS.. .
Waste no -til wintrwlnetioi'
Don't begin hy.l$lnj ,.4afe; :jratur,-aaluet,'
like a D ifcJh. ti vverganlca, ;or telling
vour motives in writiug. -Tlie keynote
should be struck, if possible, in the very
first scuteuce. A dull-beguiniug often
comlemns an article ; a
the appetltef fend commends what follows
to both 'editor nd ? reader. ; Abovo-nllJ
stop when you. one done.. :. Don't, -let tLcJ
ghost of your thought wander about after
the death of thi ?bodyi Don't4 waste a
moment's time.iu vindicating your pro
duct ioaj against editpi s or critics, but ex-Spend
yonrenergies in writing: something
which shall be its own vindication Stl.
Bi:i;ce xsv L vmau. Seuator Bruce
has received from1 the Mississippi Legis
lature a certified copy of the resolutions
r passed by that body approving his vote
on Matthews' resolution aud his attitude
toward the Bland silver opposition to the
silver legislation was condemned. These
resolutions were introduced by an ex
Confederate and were so unexpected that
Bruce is overwhelmed with-gratification.
The Legislature, has passed resolutions
instructing botli Bruce and Lamar, to vote
for the Blaiid bUL ll iA. Con Philadel-
pltia Record. - --
The failures in New York for the month
just passed show the heaviest record re-
orted for any one month since the panic
of 1873. The total liabilities foot up over
New Y01tE7Peb.lt Gold. If.
Cotton dull uplands 11; Orleans
Flour $3.75 k $4, at Baltimore. Fami
ly, $5.50 to $0.25 per barrel.
Bacon- Baltimore job shoulders
clear rib 7. Sugar 9 a SJ.
la this Count y, Feb. Gtik, by Rev. O00. B. Wetmore
D. t., Mr. Chalmers S. Shoak, to Miss I.ai'ka Hkhe(
ca, third daughter of Jno. W. Turner Esq.
In Rowan county. X. C, Jan. 31st. 1ST8, by Rev.
Satnl. Kothrock, Mr. Carson A. K. Ukaykk, and
iilss Auce K., daughter ot Mr. .Michael Beaver.
Roanmioron. At his resilience near Third Creek
Station. Rowan County, January Htith, after tu days
of painful illuoss, Hufcs M. Uoskukoc oh, Esci., aged
69 years and 10 months.
The deceased was one of the best men In this or
any other part of the State. His excellence cousiii
ted mainly in the possession of a quiet and peacetul
spirit, and In a life of purity and uprightness. He
was a meek minded man, patient, and trusting. He
wa diligent In business and fervent in spirit. He
was a good citizen, a kind neighbor, a tender father
and a loving husband. He became a member ot the
Presbyterian Church when only 13 years ofage, and
has ever since communed with Jod. trusting In and
loving Htm to the end ot his days. Ills last words
were, "Jesus, Into thy hands 1 commit my spirit
Blessed Jesus hallelujah."
Mr. R. was a weU Informed man. a graduate of the
State University, and was often Importuned to be
come a candidate for public ofifc-e. But the political
arena possessed no charms for him : tt was directly
opposed to ids spirit and habit of thought aud ac-
I t Ion. and with perhaps a single exception he uul
j fonnly dec lined all solicitations to become n randl
! date. He has left tn his neighborhood a void which
I will be felt, but those who mourn most deeply for
j hliu are not without hope tli:tt their lost Is his eter
i ual gain.
No other medicine in the world was ever
given such a test of its curative qualities, as
Boschee's German Syrup. In three year two
million four hundred thousand small bottles
of this medicine have been distributed free of
efiarge by Druggists in this country to those
afilicteti with Consumption, Asthma, Croup,
severe Coughs, Pneumonia and other diseases
of the Throat and Lungs, "iviriif the American I
people undeniable proof that German Syrup
will cure them. The result has beenthat
Druggists in every town and village in the
United States are recommending it lo their cus
tomers. Go to your Druggist, and ask what
they know about it. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Three doses will relieve
an v case.
We not only recommend Coussens' Com
pound Honey of Tar for Sore Throat, Colds,
Hoarsenew, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc., but
we confidently assert that it can cure Consump
tion. The increasing demand for it, and the
many testimonial of appreciation daily re
ceived by the manufacturers, attest thai Com
pound Honey of Tar bears the palm as a cure
for all diseases of the Throat and Lung. Price
50 cents a bottle. For sale at C. R. Barker's
We confidently recommend Cotissens Com
pound Honey of Tar as a cure for Consump
tion, and all coughs of long standing. During
the seasons of ice and snow it is well to remem
ber that this invaluable preparation will aflord
speedy relief to all persons suffering with colds.
We might multiply words in praise of thia great
remedy, but sufficient to insure it a welcome in
every household is the fact that it is a never
failing; cure for Consumption, Croup, Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, etc.
Use Coussens' Compound Honey of Tar. Price
50 cents a bottle. For sale at C. R. Bauker'9
We can change a fifty dollar bill if you want a
bottle of Globe Fwiwer Corck - Syrup, the
greatest Cough and Lung Remedy irf the world;
or if you want to try it tirst ar.dee if what the
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens, Ex-Oov. Smith, Ex
Gov. Brown and Hon. Robert Toombs of Geor
gia, aay about it is true, you can get a Sample
Boltle for ten cents at Theo. F. Kluttz's Drug
Store, that relieve an ordinary cold. The
Globe Flower Cough Svrcp never had an
equal for Conghs, Colds and Lung A flections.
It positively cures Consumption when all other
i . j i . r ! o I .
Doasten remeaies iaii. 7;mii"c iHimc,
cents. Regular size, fifty doses, $1.00.
Ahead where they loan you a dollar and chalk
it down till to-morrow, for a bottle of Mer-r-EL's
Hepatine for the Liver. The enormous
expense of importing the ingredients of this
great liver medicine into ibis country, is why
our Druggist, Theo. F. Kluttz, sells but one
sample bottle to the same person for ten cents;
but as there are fifty doses in ihe large size bot
tles, it is cheap enough after all at two cents
per dose, for a medicine that has never been
known to fail in the cure of dyspepsia and all
diseases of the liver. It has never failed in the
cure of liver complaint when taken an directed,
no matter of how long standing the disease. It
cures Chilla and Fever, Constipation of the
Bowels, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Sam
ple Bottles ten cents; regular size, fifty doses,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
FOIt ALL KIN'US OF
G R A 1 H,
AT THE MANSION HOTEL, BY
14:3ms. w. M. NELSON.
t . ' " V 1
Is the most arenia.1 b&Uam tt naed
iBfferen from pulmonary dlseasM.
It Is componeu of herbal products, rhlch
m. iiiMHfl ftttttA. mi 4hn thraat and .
8IHC V One wtietS'i'lnn'S dtaelie from the ir ell all ir
' ' I ritailnr matter oimm It to expecto
rated, and atenoo efteejea tao muammauon
which produce the co:li. A slncie doss
relieves the mott dUtresninr paroxysm, .
soothes nervousness, and enables the suf
ferer to enjoy quiet rest at night. Being; a
pleasant rordlal it tones the weak stom
ach, and, is specially recommended for
eJiUteBw - -;. .
What others isdy about
Had Asthma Thirty Years,
Baltimore. Fbrm. 187c'
1 1 have aad Asthma thirty Tears and nev er found
iMdiciM that, had such
1 a na
MpnTnCC. . ' t!,
W. F. H0QAN, CharlM SL
A Child's Idea of Merit.
NkW OlLEAN tfombT 1, 9
"Tntt'sBxpectorant U a familiar name ia my house.
My wife thinks it the best medicine in the world,
aad the chiMrrn Ky it ia nirrr thaa ' otelasses
candy.' ? NOAH WOODWARD, 101 N. Poydrss St.
' ' Six, arid! alk Croupy.
" I am the mother of six children ; all of them have
been croupy . Without Tutt's Kxpectorant, I don't
think they conldltave survived Mine of the attacks.'
It Us mother's bUsKinr." . , ,
MARY STEVENS, Frsakfor. Ky.
Mt A Dbclor's Jadvice.:
M In my practice, I advise all families to keep Toll's
Expectorant, in sudden emergencies, for coughs,
croup, diphtheria, etc."
T. P. ELDS, M.D., Newsrk, N. J.
Sold by dmgffittt. JVloe $!.OOJ Otiic0
3JS Mumtj Street, Jfcv l'arfc.
THE TREE IS KNOWN BY ITS FRUIT.
Tutt's Pills are wterth their weight in gold."
REV. I. R. SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky.
"Tatt's Pills sre a TpcciaFblessine of the nine
teenth century."-REV. F. R. OSGOOD, New York.
" I have nsed Tntt's Pills for torpor of the liver.
They are superior to any medicine for biliary din.
orders ever made.
I. P. CARR, Attorneys! Law, Augnsfa, Ga.
" I have used Tutt'sTuIslTve years in tny family.
They are unequaled fof'enstivenessand bilimnnesj.'
F. R. WILSON, Geergetowa, Taxas.
'I have used Tntt's TTeoTcinc with great benefit.'
W. W. MANN, Editor Mobil Register.
"We sell fifty boxes Tutt's Pills to five of all
others." SAYRE & CO., Cartersville, Ga.
"Tutt's Pills have only to be tried to establish
their merits. They work like magic."
W. H. BARRON, 96 Summer St., Boston.
" There is no medicine so well adapted lo the cure
cf bilious disorders as Tntt's Pills."
JOS. BRUM MEL, Richmond, Virginia.
AND A Trl6UAND MORE.
Bold by druggists. 28 eentt a bint. Offiet
35 Murray Street, Hew York,
TUTTS HAIR DVE
FROM THE PACIFIC JOVRXAU
. "A GREAT INVENTION
has been made by DR. Tltt, of New Tork,
which restores youthful beanty to the hair.
That eminent chemist has succeeded in
producing a Hair Dye which imitates
nature to perfection. Old bachelors may
Price $1.00. " Office SS Murray St.,
New York. Bold, by all druggxtt.
POT OFFICE DIRECTORY.
For the benefit of the pub'.:!' the following directo
ry ot the Post ouiee of this city is published :
Two malls north of Richmond, Va., pT day.
First opens, A. M. Closes 7.00 P.M.
Second opens r.ou l M. " u.ik)
L Snuth'n mall opens 7.oo A.M. " s.W "
western " " 3.WP.JI. " lo..v A. M.
But one mail a day eat of Greensboro to Haleigh
and other points eastward which closes at 7.ei 1 M.
But one mail a day to points between Salisbury
and Richmond, Va., which closes at .m V. M.
Three mails a week to Mockavillcand other points
on this route. Leaving on Mondav, Wednesday and
Friday and returning the following days.
Two ni-iils a week to Albemarle and other points
on this route. Lea Ins on Monday and Thursday
and returning the following days;
One mall a week to Jackson Hill and other points
ou this route. Leaving Monday and returning next
one mail a week to Mooresvllle and Intermediate
points. Arriving at li M., Friday, aad leaving l i
M., same day.
One mail a wee'ito'Mt. Vernon and Wood Leaf.
Leaving Saturday at 7 A.M., and returning at s same
Oflice hours, fordelivt ring mails from 7.;KJ A. M.. to
1 P. M.. and from l.SoI. M.,tots.?.i KM. Suudav ofiice
hours from 7 A. M , to s A. M. From 11.30 A. M., to
12 M., and troin 1'. M. to 6.ao P. M.
Money Orders issued and paid, and letters regis
tered from y A. M. to 4 P. M.
DAVID L. KUIXGLK, P. M.
Corrected by J. M. Kxox & Co.
February 13, 1878.
Cotton dull Middlings, " t)10
low do 89
Bacon, rounty, hog round 10ll
Buttkk 1 5(20
Ciik'kkns -per (lo.cr. Sl.-"0(iV 2.00
Corn new 50
Meal moderate demand at 50
Wheat good demand at 1.101.25
Flouk market stocked best fain $3.00
Potatoes, Irish 75
Onions no demand 75
Apples, dried - - " JH(tf 4
Great chance to make money. It 3"u
can't getyohl you can ret greenbacks.
We need a person in every town to take
subscriptions for the largest, cheapest
'and best Illustrated Ittinlly publication
In the world. Any one can become a successful
aent. Tn most elejrant work of art niven free to
subscribers. The price ts so low that almost every
body subscribes. One agent reports making over
$150 a week. A lady ogent reports taking over 4im
subscribers In ten days. AH who ensuge make mon
ey fa3t. ou can devote all j our time to the busi
ness, or only vour spare time. You need not be away
from home over night. You can: do It as well as
others. Full particular!, direct-Ions aod terms free.
Elegant and expensive Outtlt free. If yon want pro
fitable work send us your address at .once. It costs
nothing to try the business, No on' who enjrajjes
falls to make great pay. Address "The People's
Journal," Portland, Maine, 42:ly.
STOP AT THE
SAUSBUBY, N. C.
C. S. BROWN, Prop'r.
(Late of the National Hotel, Haleigh.)
3TAT HOME ACA IX. j V
Having leased this honse for a term of years,
I would be pleased to have mr friends call and
see me. It will be kept as a FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL IN EVERT RESPECT.
Board: Two Dollars Per Day.
"OMNIBUS AT EVERY TRAlN.-a
Large Sample Roomg for Commercial Trav
ellers. TRY 5IE.
CS. BROWN, Jr. )
L. W, MASTKN; TV-Clerk-.
January, 1st, 1873. llaf. - ,
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
THE- O.LY'AUiTlD0TEF0a LOXfi
k STBICTLY. OASII BO SI XES8!
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
" l Iiave openeil :it ilie nhl stand, reewuly oe
ctipiel hr R. Frank Graham & Co., with a.
lect Stock of. ( r , .
STAPIif$5 FANO vGOODSr-
With PKbVlklOXS & (JliOCKRIF.S AUle.l
; ;;i)EY'orjoDs j
Sold C4f EAER than can le bought auj
wher ii Salisbury. v . . ,
.jsRvriiiAT. o.vTt mxx iii A
Egx taken m Cah.fcaS .
"Mjr bifrmWvllf ije "'conntictW' on a CASH
R'ASI, I hereby igi tins me-funny advantage
oyer lkf wUo Jpti erplil.,luines!. : , ,,
Jiiankinj: y friends . for uast f;ivnr. and
.1 .kit - - '
am moat respectfully, &c..
'1 jp trntf-WTT auAtraur '
.t., a MU4ifa VHa t 1, r .
HORSE AND i
l ... 1 ...i i ..; tj. 4. V
AN sBMnaled for the cure and preventtoa of
OATIS B. MXlVTld. Proo. Baltlator e, Xd.
i in Horse. Cu).Soe.bheD. and' owla.
DAVIE LANDSjlPUBUC SALE.
By virtue of two Morljrae Deed executed
to us on 20t li day f March, 1877, by J no. V.
Bradford of the county of Duvie and State of
North Carolina, to sevure the payment of the
aum of three hundred and fiftydoIlar, we
will expoxe to public iale at the CourtUoitpe
door in Mocktsville, Dvie couniy, en MomUy,
8th day of January, 1878, for caub, the hindu
described in said mortgage deeils, respectively,
One tract lyinp in Dvie county, adjoisinx
the land.- of 11. K. Robertson, Jno. Taylor, and
others, conlainihg about 40 acre.
Aluo the tract of lam! lying in said county
on which the aaid Bradford now resides, ad
joining B. N. Alien, Jacob Gonnatzer and
others, containing 45 acref.
This 3rd day of November, 1877.
, A. 11. STEWART,
BROWN & VERBLE'S
Livery & Sale Stables,
SALISBURY, N. t,
Will convey passengers to and from any point
with the best stock and vehicles.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will find it to their -interest to call iiion them
before making arrangements elsewhere.
will find Tit ibis establishment good lots and
stables, and plenty of good hay, fodder, o&ls
Those wishing turnouts for pleasure driving
wili find the best accommodations at there
Mr. J. F. Webb will always be found at the
Stables and promises entire satisfaction to all
GREAT REiiliTIM IS PRICES!
Wre are the first to offer
First-Glass Sewing Machines,
at prices within the
SEl.L THK VEUY
rjach ot all. VS WII.I.
BrT FAMILY SEWJNC
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented Iron Stand and Treadle, w ith
W!nut Ton and Drawer, and necessary Attach
ments. and deliver it at any Railroad Iepot in the
United States, .
FREE OF CHAEGE.
These machines are warranted to do tbe whole
line of Family Sewing witb more rapidity, more
ease or nianagenient, and less tatigue to tiie oper
ator. Mian anr machfne now tn use. Tliey make
the Uot RLK 1'hkeaii Stitcu iu audi a Manner that
they avoid the necessity of winding the under
thread, and will sew from the finest candirfc to the
heaviest overcoat cloth. Send for a circular and
ample of sewing. Every machine warranted for
AGENTS WANTED E VERYVVH EI?E.
CENTENNIAL MACHINE CO,, Limited,
47:Iy. TU Filbert St., Fhiladeli hia, Pa
SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Pfopr.
(Just in rear of Jones, Gaskill & Go's., Store.
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM. 9:tf.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for dale bete
NORTIIAROUXA, ? 1st
. Da Vie CotrxTV, , C
oukt; - '
1 I elltlotl to rell.IaiMl .Cur itarit.iin Jruu 1.
r - .
A. Ilnwkiux, UitBi CiaLird nd wiiV,' L'aila
Tiiic, Julitiit .Mc lauirw-h, Liutrir M-Claiirfct U
i-orn; McOlamriH-li, XtUoii Kllw and Ifin,
Mary, -. . Jlaimlift. '
J. R. Xaytof, (in.VwHr, M -ry, William Jfay.
lor, Bfnj:irnitt JJylor, JohT tiny lor, riftjdiM
wife of Ueore Mcllenry, l.Mritnhi Kniior, and
Adeline Cain. I)ffttLdin,lt.
' From the affi lavit filel, ii apjte.ira tliat J. R,,
Nnylor and wife Mary, are resident ut ilic
Siale of luw.i, lim w:v X'ty Uffiee i nnkfiAwnj
that William Niivli.r, l-nry 'avlor, Ufjat
tnin Nay lor, Jolui Kaylir7TSn hi Mrllrnry
wifr f tJtforge Mellt-itTy, I.orania Niaylor
diildieo of Jutiit W. IS'ajlor mid .Safari i.Na
lor, reside in tlte State f M'i!uri Hnd ilhe'ir
place of resilience unktiowi), and Adrline
Cain of (h State of Indiana, w hone plirre o.
residenee I unknown; tint all of juI Artrud?
ante are non-rei.Jriiii of the tiaie o( NottJU :
Carolina, and lit hiumiii herHofore juv5
aaid defendants lum been retnrnt(Tl:r llie Jier.-
'tVroliua Waiclunan," a newspaper nnMUhed
in the town of ali4ry N. notifying mW
defendants that they appear nt the oflVe of; the
flerk of t lie Sprriot Court, at be Cni.
House in 3ii-kpTlMe. on or before llu 5nd dv
4vU'VhriMry, 178, and answer the petition of
T RUiauffit.ir tha prayer f tka ptiuoftr;iUl.
ie granted and the order nude to fell .41Har: .-
4viH-ribed in the petition. ..f
, Dec. 18th, 1877. , ..H. B. ?jOtARp; .
1 0:Gt. ' Clerk Superior totif t." "
Salisbury Male Academy
The exercises of - tin-. Instituliou v
siimpn miller ihp i irpriwin r Mi- i i iiin.
i i .. . .. ...
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Jan. 2jl.l87S. Persons wishln-f to entetpirpfU
4iould apoly to Mr. R. M. Davis -.erv8. lL
Wilev. . .
A NEW DEPAETUEE.
ONLY FOR CASH OR BARTER
The snbscriber is now Teeeiving a Stock of
General Merchandise, which he will sell for
caali or barter, at such prices as will .suit tho
time-, lie invites the public to call ajul ex?
amincT He will also buy Cotton, Flour,
Wheat, Corn, and country pnidnce generally,
Borden House, Nov. 20, 1877. ... ,
5:tf. S. W. ( OLE, tf
An old physlt lun retired from active practice, hav
ing uad pUcetl in hlH liamls by an Kant Indian tnls
Bionary the formula ot a simple vegetable remedy
tor tn siieeily and permanent cure of COTrsoniptlon,
Uronchitts, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat-ana.
Lung affections, also ;i positive and radical cure tor
General Debllit.y.and ail nervous complaints, alter
having thoroughly tested Its wonderful curailve
po ers In thousands of cases, feels It Mh duty to
make It known to his suffering -fellows. The recipe
will be sent free or charpe, to all jyjio desire tt,Av1th
full directions lor preparing aait successfully using. -Address
with stamp narnfng this paper. Dr. J. C. ,
stone, 44 North Niuth street, l'hlladelphlii. Fa. . '
BUSBEE'S JUSTICE AND FORM BOOK.
The exhaiihlioii of (he old edition and the re-,
cent changes in the Constiiulion and Statutes
of the State, greatly aflccting the jurisdiction ot
Masristrnles and County Officers, makes a new
and revised edition of this STANDAKt
WORK a necessity.
The Publisher would therefore annonneelhat
he has in press and will shortly issue a new and
revised edition embracing the recent changes
in the Constitution and Statutes of the State,
thus making il a complete, accural e and relia
ble guide for all Magistrates, County Officer!
and Business men. i'rice $2.50. Law sheep
binding. Sent free of postage on receipt of
J. II. ENNISS, Publisher,
A GREAT OFFER for H0LID4YS !
We will during these HARD TIMES and the
HOLIDAYS dispose ff TOO NEW PIANOS
a r.d OlitiANS, of rirsl-elass makers at lower
prices for cash, or Installments, than trer before
ottered. WATERS' PIANOS & ORGANS
are the BEST M ADE, warranted for five years.
III. Catalogues Mailed. Great Inducement o
the trade. PIANOS, 7-octave, $140; 7 1-3 octave
$150. ORGANS, 2 stops, 4 stops, $53; 7
stops, $05; 8 Mops, $70; 10 stops, $85; 12 stops,
$90; tn perfect order, ol ved a year. 4beet Mil
sic at' hair price. HORACE WATERS &
SONS, Manufacturers and Dealers, 40 East
14:h Street, New York. 4w
.Don't neglect to call on C. Plvler. at the
Iiook Store for all kinds of Books wanted. The
best quality and latest styles of 'Writing paper
kept here. Also the renowned Singer Sewing
Machine can be had here at from $3d to S40,
He respectfully invites all to eall and examine
goods .ind machine. ll:ly.
T.J. WILLIAMSON, H. D,
Diseases of Women.
137 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ' t'
Rekehs to Prof. S. P. Wllm, M. D.VPuIt ' ;
ledical College Cincinnati; Prof J A llceker... 4
M , Cincinnati Medical Col hgc; ProLJ U
Willson, (Late of Relbour Medical College, N, .
Y.l, Cincinnati, Ohio: Judge John Ke:r, Heida.
ville, N C; Uon Chaa Price, Salisbury, N Xj '
Col W R March, M II Pinnix.Ewjj Lexington
N C; J NNelon, CSC, (Jreenflxiro, -N C;
Dr Preston Roan, WitiRioif, N C; J Wat- -
kiiws Salem, N C; K ll Paws-F-sq, Mot karille,' 7
N C. Will ripeiul two uioiuliH (from loth Jan,
to 15th March) in Mocksville, v Toiling .hi.-
brother J A Williamson, whtfe he wMl give- -special
attention to all furital and medical
disearses of weiisen. Office room at the Hotel,
1T--1 2 . TT T x TT T x Jl
mrniiiuuu . now y si; no w nBsioreui ,
Just published, arrew .edition of Dr. .
Culverwell's Celebrated Essay on
the radical cure (without Trredicine).' of
SpERMATorrRurr.A or Seminal Weaknew,- In -voluntary
Seminal LoJaiUTtKCY, Mental" .
and Physical li. c.i parity, luiptdiiuei.U to Mar- ,
riage, ele.; aNo, CoxsusiPTiox, Erij-KPsY ami
Fits, indiiceil by self-indulgence or pexnal ex
EQf Price in sealed enveioe, only six cenU.
The celebrated author, iu thw admir.abUs '
Essay, ei-arly dunontrait, ;fr.ni lbirJTjair'.
Hucewful praeliee, lliat the alarnilVft y
quencef of ttlf-abue may be, radimlly. tn?Jr?l(.
without the dangeroim iih; oflnleriial tuedyTnt! "
or -the ap4.1ication of the kr-Kinlirr oittl
mode of cure at once pimple, certain, andtfitfl i"v
ual, by means of which every sufkrer, no nii- jy
ler what bin condithni may be, may ene Jiiro-'"
self cheaply, pri vately, anil raliity, ' ; N
5te.Thin Lecture -l.otild be in the fvnd of
every youth and everj man ui the land.
Sent under neal, in a plain envelojie, to any
adddref, pod paid, on rtctipt of fix tint Zf1
two postage nnuj i'. "-
AddreM tbe PiiblUhem,
THE CTJLVERWELL MEDICAL CO. .
NOW IS THE TI3lE"TO SUKSCIMBEr
FOR THE WATCHMAN