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THUUSDAY MAY , 1878.
llai. Vi:J. iiontgonicry of t'abarro
County, waa rcnortiiaated iu theCth Jadi
tial District, 'Jot Solicitor.
Mh JOS. 1 Caldwell, of the Observer,
rcadUio Dreinration of Iudepeiidenco at
Hub eelcbratiou iu Cli.ulutU- "tfh the 20th.
miking herself from her
The Senior U off on hi annual tour
through BtUuly and Montgomery counties,
vWdug t!i Narrows, Ac. He will proba
bly biiS biick "tidings of good thinga."
The Press of the State are favoring the
Idea that correspondents should write
.r tin ir real names. There is no doubt
but that it should be jlone it is fair all
round. We hope the press will insist oa
it hi future "
-. .. i tlr manifest, the part-! Mrs, Southern,
tv of the ballot protected, and the Tight rivals prostrate body, - .
of the n iority rnle indicated,: Ami Mrs. Southern escape witU her bus
WnfthaMr. Hayes was a par. band and some of Ms relatives into North
V o frTud, he should be unseated, not Carolina, whero they settled down on ft
liv unsettiu the decisis of the elector! farm and commenced to make a crop. The
clniission if U were possible for that to relations of the murdered woman howev-
.. i i. Kr ItHnpnrlimenL er, nau oeeu wuihi..s
It !ft needle to disguise the fact that ively to have her death avenged and
.-T .,i,,rtr5. fr from united when the Southerns had beeu in North
:.. 4i.5, ,n Tlre are those who be- Carolina eight or nine mouths, they heard
lit line , . .1. 1 il
.eve the Potter resolutions unwise anrt that partiw were on uieir uacu, auu ...CJ
.... i.-t Hm action of Hares' set out to move to the W est. Aear jua
7 . . .-. v.! i ...:n I fm.r... tmv itit tutu trimhm with
of !i5 timft im most lUlDOlllic ami win t ., vj. fe -
11. V- ... . . , , ii . i I. i...
. . j t if f hi L-Pfix-r t atoll irate, wnicii iwi u
fesult iu nogooutoour lutiij - -
Thnofthis wav of thinking their arrest, i hey were brought back,
I - - m M : A 1 A..! I ......nlAtl.il MT
iWideil m noritv. and as ami Mrs. oouuieru uieu aim iuuucu
U1F1M (11 -'-' - I
;t n.nr 'more and more apparent every muruer, ami Bcntc..
dav that the peacclof the html will uot be Five of the ablest lawy ers in Georgia
.lief iv t ie liiresiisa-1 oeienueu ner, auu "c wim.i..",
The Raleigh Obterfer, in an euTtprial of
hearlr a column's lejjgth,idvocates Matt
W. IUxsom as the democratic candidate
for Vice Presidntj and closes with these
truthful remarks :
'His loyalty has never been and can
hever be suspected. He has suffered with
his people, ami he knows what they staud
in need of from natural sympathy. His
views on all-subjects of legislation are as
broud as his knowledge of them is thor
ough. Ior all these reasons and as a tar
dy reward for the patieut work of a hos
Of good North Carolinians who have al
ways been true to country aud to princi
ple, we believe that we shTall see Senator
IUxsom preside over that body of which
he is uow an honored member,"
in tlin OAt
tion the numbers of-this minority are despairing of a more favorable judgment
Pridentlv dwindling ' - from a higher court, laid the case before
r . . I . - ... 11 I. i. .1...
- The North Carolina delegation support Gov. Uoiquur, anu nave oroiigm. uie
the Potter resolutions. In doing so, we pressure of public opinion to bear upon
believe they are not at all in advance of him to secure u iirdoii or at least a com
the Democratic sentiment of the State. mutation. Numerous affidavits have leen
secured and presented to hiin,tnese maK-
.u,r....i-.Bt nf tlm ILileisrh JVcirs. ini? out the following, case i. Jvate iium-
Vl'l A m'UUU VU v --w C7 - - o
and a lawyer of the 12th District, says: brick, who was a girl of modest, chaste
Dut Jud 'c Sehenck is not our character, loves and marries Bob South-
Southern, papers, aud published in the
State where the 'crime was committed,
takes this sensible view of the affair :
The argument against the hanging of
women is equally shallow and fraught
.:ik 1 .i a.' f s
the etjual of man iutellectually. She is
gifted with equal power to distinguish be
tween good aud evil. I he criminal laws
of every State and country recognize this
fact anil put her upon the same footing
irilli ninit If nnmtnitt' ttt,ir Inn'ftiiV
...... A. 1 ' " v '
is she not seut to jail ? If she forges is she
not condemned to the peniteuiuary i auu
if she murders shall she not be hungf
The proiHwition that the sex should
shield a criminal from punishment is irion-
strous. 1 he history ot all countries and
of ttli aws teaches that women are often
canublc of Committing the most bloody
and brutal Crimes. The history of each
day as it conies to us in the newspapers
shows that they have the intellect to plan
crimes and the resolution to execute. On
ly a few days stgd there died in the State
iiiisou of Lounectictit a wretch wno con
fessed to having poisoned three husbands
and four children. If capital punishment
ia wroiiir let it be abolished : but until
IX Till? PKOBATE COUHT.
V J Alkinnor., as the next
frifinu of Alary A Atkinson, J r!titioi to re-
irnnor, Flaintiff, move guardian.
Geo W Swicegood, guardian, j
UiKjn the afli.lavil of the Plaintiff, it la or
dered ly the Court, lint publication ltd made
lit the "Carolina Watchman" lor ix successive
weekn notifvint; the defendant. George W
rfwicegood, who i a non-reaident of the State
to apif;ir at the otnee of ihfe Clerk of the supe
rior Court of shuI county, on Monday the 1st
dav of Jiuv 1S& and answer the complaint
which will be tiled in the above entitled net ion
within ten dava from ihe d.ile hereof, and if he
tail to answer the romidaint, the iiaiulih will,
apply to theCOiirt for the relief demanded in
V i tr. cs. II. 15. 11U V A ii 1 K
Jnde of Probate and Clerk Superior
Court of D:me Counlv.
May 17th, 1878. 3l:Gl:pf$7.
first choice. It is true, this and most, u
not all the counties west of liuncomue,
have declared for Judge Schenck. But
was and is holding oar courts in the west,
and a few men have run the machine.
Had auy -other Democratic Judge been on
the circuit, aud an aspirant for the Su
preme Bench, he would have fared as
The truth is iust simply thi: if Judge
Schenck is nominated, we will support
The press, all over the Union, give pub
licity to the "last remarks," "confessions,"
&c, of criminals who are paying the pen
alty of crimes with their lives. Sonic of
them say t "I am ready for heaven "Je-
tma urill mither me in his arms." &c. This
is boaud to have a bad effect, especially
among the ignorant. To hear a man ou the
scaffold, professing such things w ith his
last breath will undoubtedly impress the
idea that repentance and acceptance are
things easily gained, and that no fears
heeirexist on that score. If a man has
no fear of hell, what will he not do? The
effect is bound to Imj disastrous, ye pro
test against the press giving publicity to
sucli things ; for ninty-nine out of every
hundred professions are lies that is,
you have any faith in the courts of jus
Hon. Wm. M. Bobbins passed through
Falisbury last Saturday on his way to
Statesville and returned Tuesday enroute
for Washington, lie has been working
hard foi the people of this section and has
gaiued a high and influential stand iu Con
giess. the people in this section are
proud of hiui as their representative, and
will do all iu their power to keep him in
the position which h& has so ably and
acceptably filled- Why turn out a gooi
man T A man that has done his duty faith
fully a man that has gaiued a position
i 'our National Legislature that is felt
and respected ? Why T Answer, who can.
Maj. Bobbins is iu position now to benefit
the people he represents more than auy
new man jnissibly could." The people
cannot afford to 6cnd men to Congress
just to give them a chance to make mou
ern. She discovers that he 1ms before
marriage contracted an illicit intimacy
with a handsome, fast aud reckless wo
man of the county. She finds that through
certain threats of exposure her husband
is under the influence of this woman,
who succeeds in carrying him to her house
three davs before the marriage, and se
duces him away from home on the fourth
bight after the marriage. She learns from
all sides that this woman swears that she
and her husband shall have no peace or
satisfaction as I0112 as she lives ; that she
U cirtMilatinir reports that blacken her
- - - o a
(the young wife's) character, and is carry
in" these reports to her husband and his
Imuoitant. At the approaching elec- relatives. After being driven out of the
is let it be dealt out to women aud men
with strict impartiality.'
This is sound and healthy talk. It wil
10UI water. The time has long ago pass
ed when women Were regarded as inferi
ors, soci ally or intellectually. They are
the man's equal, aud have far less induce
ment to crime than men. When, there
fore, they turn "fcke-devils" ami become
murderers, they should be punished as
men are for such hideous, diabolica
crimes. The law should not be a respec
ter of persous."
COl.. PAVIU COL KM AN,
of Buncombe, is the choice of the west,
ten to one, it matters not who opposes,
ind your Laicyer kuows this.
tion in August, three ballots will be voted
as follows :
1. The Chief Justice and the two Asso
ciate Justices of the Supreme Court, the
thrf .tudrcs of the Superior Courts and
, ... C3 "
neighborhood by this persecution, sheje
turns for a visit, sick, enciente, nervous
and worn down by epilepsy. The first
nijrht of her return she is confronted by
her rival aud enemy, who tries to take
E' S. K00KCE :
Yon are notified to pay tip the note due the
i-. n 1.S7H. lor ten itunurvu on
IM manual , - 1 .
ten dollar and eighty-nine cent, and ! '?
interest on the two other notes gifrii fr the
fiurrh-se of the Ferrebee tract of land; and un-
J . .1 : 1 r.il iniorMt due thereon, a
Aaa inoinni iiuir ami iiiva "
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well a interest 011 the other noies are r...u
within siHty day- frehi the Mate nereis ,-rr
ceedines will be irrtituteu 10 enioree me i-jr-
mentofsaid note and interest uiie uie unuer
Rigned. ntirT t to cnwpns
March 20th, 1878. 22:2ia.pd.
the Solicitor shall be voted for 0:1 one eha,ge of her husband, pulls her confidant
ballot. from her lap, and taking her into an an
2. The Senator and Members of the te-rooin, fills the ears of this friend with
House of Bepresentativcs shall be voted tjl0 vilest abuse of her character. This
for ou one ballot. friend returns and tells her what, has been
3, The, Clerk of the Superior Court, s:vidand iu a few moments, while she is
Treasurer, (111 such counties as have a hmiartiug under this scandalous attack
treasurer,) Begister of Deeds, Surveyor, 1 ant fearfel of the future, this woman
Coroner, and Sheriff shall be voted for on comes to her in tho presence of her hus-
band, and insults her hy flaunting herself
be on white paper, and hu front of her and saying, "Now, Kate
Southern, I am ready for you."
She jumps up to confront her insulter,
.she is enuirht bv the hair and thrown
may be printed or written, or partly writ
ten aud p.irtly printed, and shall be with
There will le a ballot-box for eacli bal- down, a struggle ensues in which Kate
lot. Raleigh Observer.
THE WOMAN GIVEN I1EB LIFE.
From the Charlotte Observer.
Southern's sister takes a part, and before
tho bystanders can interfere Narcissa
Cowart is dead.
This is the new story, and the sister
Men for the Legislature. It is a pity
that the good business men of this coun
ty, men who can do their particular sec
tion great good in the Legislature, are
not prevailed upon by their fellow citi
eeus to sacrifice their business at home for
only a two months trip to Raleigh at four
(lullats a day. An effort should be made
at once to pursnade such meu to go to the
Legislature. The very men who have
bunsiness at home aud do not want to go
are the very men the people should have
to go. Reidsville Times.
Thk Grand Coxceut bv the Golds-
r.ouo Coknet Baxh. Ou Thursday, the
audience that irreeted-our amateurs was
certainly one of the most intelligent that
we have ever seen assembled in our citv,
and were, sevmiagly, quite appreciative.
The accoustical ananireinents of the hall
are so poor I hat the vocaliz.itio.i was ac
complished under diiliculties. and the
sweet tones of "Am Meere" lost some of
the richness in expression, which was
full and complete iu the actual rendition
by the singer. The airs from "Somiiam-
bnla," were greeted with decided favor,
and the critical portion of the assembly
pronounce it one of the best ell'irts of the
evening. There were beautiful strains in
the Terpsichuiean Melange; and the
Slide TromlMiiue Solos by lrif. W. II.
Neave were considered excellent. The
air of "Long, long Ago," is one of those
touching pieces born of tlu heart and
when rendered as it was 011 this occasion
Hows back to the fountain of its birth.
The most charming feature of Eiiday
To all whom jft may Concern
THE season of the year has arrived, when It be
I euines all tfood citizens of Salisbury to aid in the
preservation ot the health ot our Town. Your inte
rest demands this mue!i at yo:u" hands, and it all the
householders ot the town will lend their aid towards
policing their lots properly, great good will result to
ihe public Our lives and health will be protected
slmulY b? keeolnir our lots in a clean condition. To
this end I ask each any every citizen of Salisbury oc
cupying a residence to clean out. and keep in good
condition, aay and all cellars, privies, stables, and
anv other place3 on their lots likely to endanger the
public health. If this request Is not com piled witSi,
a committee of public, health and safety will report
the condition of all delinquents, who will be lined in
accordance with the Ordinances ot the Town of Sal
isbury. It Is confidently hoped, aud believed that
every citizen will not fail to attend to ttits request
at oace, and not bv a different eourae Jeopardize the
health of theaid dvea and fanilUes, as well as incur
the displeasure of their neighbors, and also the pay
ment of heavy penauied ior sucu neiecu
May 14, 1S7S-NO. 30:2t.'
HORS E AND CATTLE POWDERS,
A10 anoqtialed for tb enre ua prevenwoaoi
JAVtD E. i"OUTZ.j?roT) Baltimore. ilO.
AROUND the CORNER.
To the Public, Greeting :
JULIAN & FRALEY
Present comnliments to the public
and desire to call renewed attention to their
efforts to be useful as
W Iff co
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Pi III g afl
Their prices are r.s low as it is possible to
make them, and their work not inferior to
any. They till orders in two departments,
:m'.l have so far friven satisfaction. They
have extended their facilities recently, and
arc encouraged to hope for increased de
mands. Their ready made stock in hand
comprises a general assortment of house fur
niture Bedsteads, Bureaus, Clothes Presses,
Lounires. Racks. Wardrobes, Book-Cases,
Cupboards and China Presses, Candle Stand
Tin Safes, Desks, Tables, Washslands, Chairs.
&e. They also keep an assortment ot
ot walnut. :nc and oplar, from-J upward.
Also, Window Sash. Thcy-till orders with
out vexatious delays. Willcontract for car
penter's work and warramt satisfaction. Will
take sjood lumber and country roduce in
exclianire lor furniture. Shop nearly oppo
site Watchman otnee. Julian & Fk.vj.ky.
who is now in the penitentiary for two
Yerv tew criminal eases in this country years tor her van m the muroer, lssaiti to j evening s entertainment was uie voca
"Usiltuiir with tho Ti.Ie.' 1
WE AliE IIKCKIVIXU DAILY A
NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK !
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
SHOES, &c, &o.5
- WHICH WE OFFER AT LOW
have ever excited more general comment be willing to swear that site did the kill
or attracted a larger degree of public in- ing.
terest than that of Mrs. Kate Southern,
who, at a ball in Pickens county, Georgia,
a year ago, stabbed and killed Miss Nar
cissa Cowart, a woman who was trying
to win from her the affections of the man
who had but a few weeks la-fore beeu
Ueorgia has been stirred up over this
case sis it had rarely ever beeu stirred up
before. The people were almost unani
mous in their expressions against the gal
lows in the case of this grossly wronged
and justly incensed wife, and petitions
literal v author
made her husbaud. The Observe -'pub- for her commutation or pardou poured iu
Fished at that time one of tho first ac- upon Gov. Colquitt from all parts of the
counts of the occurrence ever given the! Union.
public, but a repetition of the story, with He has yielded and commuted the sen-
y that is not the ohject of Confess. 8ome a(lllitiousl1 and bottom facts, is not twice from that of death to imprisonment
Congress is not an institution designed to of place here: Nafcissa Cowart and in the penitentiary for the term of ten
confer honors aud afford favored oues a
chance for money making.' Some people
talk as if that were the prime object and
nrgo a change on just those grounds. And
ft is fhis "change" business that has so
Kate Humbrick were livals for the love of
Bob Southern. He married Kate, aud
some mouths after the marriage a nartv
was given at her father's house. Miss
Cowart was invited to be present. Mrs.
c t i : ii i 1
crinnled the South. Thev rand a man for warneu ner nus
one, 'two or three terms and just about baud that he must hot, dance with her or
the time his influence is felt, he is left at speak to iier during the night. He laugh
home and a new man sent, and iu his ed nt her jealous fears and promised that
. i.: i - ..1 :., he would respect her wishes. He did so
,nnd Pver wkenin- onrinse. The uutl1 ltlte 1,1 the ll,'ht' !He tbnm-h
ply must think more aud not allow them
Bel vea to be led hither aud thither by
carelessness r in a freak for it appears
that he did loVe his wife devotedly took
Miss Cowart on the floor for a dance. His
wife at oucc went up to the couple, deter
mined to prevent their dancing together.
She claimed that her husband was en
gaged for a dauciug together. She claini-
Froui the Raleigh Sews.
THE POTT K It I X V ESTIG AT 1 0 X.
The committee appointed under the ed that her Jiusband was engaged for that
Potter resolution to investigate the elec- set to her. Miss Cowart denied this.
torn! fruuds o( 167G-V7 have organized and said "she had a right to dance with
a ... . y. .. i . . - .
na aro aoout to oeglu work. A tremen- hun if he desired to dance with her
dona outcry is raised agaiust this search Southern himself took sides with Miss
Hfter ruth, by the Republicans. Some Cowart, and the dance went ou. Mrs.
riAItffi rlinf thn n ., ...... ..I Z I
. un.ui w iCuiuiiou- South ICU CiV lllT WUV. A1W thft ibnn.
. . . i o CT y v
pry, ana protess to be greatly shocked at wa8 uver Mrt, Southern soiurht l.pr 1k.
!. l ..e - I -
i wa. mm oi unseating .Mr. nayes.nKindf .uuI takiug hil1 to one sidc of tbe
Others regard the investigation as simply rooll, lown bv 8ilc. W1lt f.
-.TOH.U1 (lMuuaui.ug youueai capi- Raid to each other m.iv nnvrr lx. L-n
i i I. r..n a i i-... . - J x'""
..rV ' n"Vlv lu oeiieve mat it While they wero talking, however, Miss
; , r 1 Tia l" l" . 8 aS w vr,u l,e Cowart, evidently very much exhilarated.
uu'iu l,i,r Ollgmatea It. d.inel in f.nnf. J tl...n 1
j 1 1 , ..... I - -..-..v ... V l III I I L
Ilrhltri nmin aimin flu. ..f ii I .-. . .
o , .v.,u ,m,,a i nil- mas- t mP. This k.....a1 f va,n.Mt, M.,
ler manipulator of the matter ,n the work, Southern verv much, and at length Rbe
console themselves with tbe-renectinn that
rose suddenly and sought her father, who,
it n ill f .;i
l rV ir " ,Ct U with r mother, was in an adjoining
in uwT ; ' W,a,ne room- -GinS I to him she asked for his
If h fo' PWn- knife, telling him she wauted to pare her
,ent. Ifthereisauythingcousolatoryiu nails. He handed the weapon to her and
v w mm m - r n h w w fli vn ir irvt w 9 mm i. j l
iivna niii;iiiui m y ieiuuo IHCIU
selves, they are welcome to it all.
The Democrats don't tlrink they them
selves aregoing to be hurt by promtlin'
Trith the investigation, aud proceed they'
she left Hie room. Re-euteriusr the dane
mg-rooiu she discovered her rival still
dancing in an elated sort of w ay across
the room. She rushed unon her with the
rapidity of lightning, and seizing her by
- l7 Kcn the throatsaid:"Youhavedaucedeuoughr
'Vr Z Z " 7 Ulu ie:i l" With this she plunged the knife iuto her
7 f Inr i -hboulder.strikingherjustabovctheheart
..... ..lFrlv,,v U4fr UcUm never uttcrwj a worJ b
the movement, since it isscen clearly that felt atone. T ft.ii,-..;. u'.cJi
,.o s.enous agitatiouvjll h causeq by it, .toMied her cnU
,,... vu;..jjj.j v-'- gash tfereral inches long. , As she touch
tiiMira er rhn nmiiitrt- A full n.l e I , .. . . '
" ;.v.v . V J. , Z ;. u:' etttnenoorilrs. Southern threw herself
?nve?ngatmn is ucmaimeii. uie umc is upon her and rdunreil th kif w
gonehyfor tcnunising xrith those who body again,4his time cutting th rough her
corrupteu tue oaiiot or stoie tnc rruits oi ciothes and belt aud opening the alxlo-
nc popular eiecr.qn ot icVb. Jt is onty mcn. Miss Cow;ut ded instaut1yf and
w siu BAiyiuuiin imo auu rxmnurr i Deiorie crfifwd could uiiderstaud what
pi toe W(,CKeu practices connectea witu was going on. The confusion was ten t
f he .electoral counts of Ioimia.ia and ble. Some one called out : "Where is the
F2P?7k ,t tho victory won by pur party mau that did thU V 7l did it'" screamed
The public, familiar with the facts,
cannot fail to applaud the course of 'his
excellency in the premises. There is a
strong sentiment iu enlightened minds
against the shedding of blood by the law
except iu the most aggravated cases, and
call it sentimentality or what you will
the idea of hanging a woman is not an
agreeable subject for contemplation.
While this opposition to the death penal
ty in the case of females cannot be defend
ed upon moral, logical or philosophical
grounds, the seutiment remains the same;
and while it cannot but be admitted that
its geueral application would be utterly
subversive of the principles upon which
the. law is founded, and would contribute
to the speedy dowufall ofthe fabric of so
ciety, still in such cases as that of Mrs.
Southern, where, upon the testimony the
jury could not do otherwise thau lind
guilty, or the court otherwise than pro
nounce the death sentence, the executive
does right in carefully weighing all the
circumstances which Surrouud the case
aud considering and giving due weight to
all those circumstances o. aiarravation of
which the court does not take cognizance.
It is for this good reason that the pardon
ing power is wisely vested in the execu
tive olticer of the State, and he who with
holds it when there appears good ground
ror us use, nas oiood upon his hands. It
is with him to make allowances for cir
cumstances aud for the frailties of human
nature, and where this is taxed beyond
what it can bear, and the slaver in a" mo
ment of temporary insanity, and under
impulses born of no motion of his or hers.
A 1 I a A. Ill . '
Rinses rue ratal uiowyit is tnsiiutv to step
uemeeii me onenuer ami the gallows.
Such seems to have been this case. For
Mrs. .Southern to have submitted further
than she did, would have reunited an ex
fcibition of higher attributes than we need
look for in poor human nature. For tbe
crime which she committed, the circum
stances considered, ten years imprison
meiit is the amplest punishment.
From the Wilmington Star we glean the
following ou the samo subject :
"The press is becoming highly senti
mental over the Georgia murderess, and
Gov. Colquitt is expected to vield to very
gauze-like persuasious and to grant a par-
lion, ii .urs. southern has been wrong
fully convicted, then, by all means let the
humane and Christian Governor grant a
pardon to the poor woman. If she really
committed murder and is insane, why
should she not pay the penalty duo for a
great and fearful crime f
The Augusta Chrpniel?, oufiqf the ablest
did little for it. .Th
poem is poor. Apart from thi se.itinie.it,
that is .somehow inseparable from the title
there is an insipidity about the wurds
But the musical composer in giving t it
life, sold aud e fleet, has made it one of
the most beautiful of vocal melodies ; and
as we listen to "Drifting with tho Tide'1
the spirit s gondola lorgets .its earth
mooriug aud drifts with tho rippling
waves of the song-tide. When the en
tire baud played the effect was tine, fur
the volume of sound was sutlicient to
overcome the physcal disad vantages
which resulted from a poor hull. The
concert was a decided success a an en
tertainment, and the recepts wero hand
ASH OR BARTER !
J. W. Watson,
The old original and reliable Photographer,
from Kn!ciiih, h;is taken and tilled up iht old
Gallery on .Main sti eel, S;iii-lr.:rv, N. C, where
he is prepared-to execute .i!t styles of Photo
graphs. Fereolvpes, A;c, in the verv best style.
Call and see him over IMylei's Hook
Work the best in ihe State.
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wi: meax what vi: say, wiikn
YK ADD THAT W K WILL NOT
BE UNDERSOLD !
Call and see lis, at the old stand
Maiiuov & lloss.
Ro33 & Gieanfield.
larch lth, 17r. (21:lm.)
The Raleiah News.
DAILY, one year,
WEEKLY, one year, -
Trustee's Sale of
I virtue of a Mortgage or I)eeI in Trn-t
executed by H. II. Cwan and wife to J;nies
S. MCu't:)"ins d..ted 30th March, 1870. and
registered in the ofhVe of the liegUtor of Deeds
of Kowan County, iu hook 4", page 100, &c,
and upon which default has heen ma!e, I will
expose for sale at public aucr.on at the Court
House door in the Town of Sidisburv, on Mon
day, the first d iv of Jul v, 1878, r.l 1 1 o'clock,
A. M., the fid lowing real estate, to-wit : Three
(3) tracts of laud, consisting ot 032 acres, more
or less, situated in Kuwait County, adjoining
the lands of Kohcrt Smith, James 11. (iihson,
Allison Overcash, the Nixon place and others
One tract of IDS acres, one of 205 acres, and
one of 129 acres; for bound ries, see hook 45,
page 100, Register oniee, or the Mortgage in
mv possession. The lands all join and form
one of the most desirable plantations in the
count Iving ou lnth tude of the Lincuhiton
Koau six miles west or.ahburv.
Term3 Cash. Dated at Salisbury this
23 I day of May, 1S7S.
J. C5. McCLUr.IXS,
All persons havbit: claims against the Town
oFSabsbury. whether, in the t-liane of J udg
nients, Notes or Accounts, will please present
them to the uuderMgned, ou or before the Is
ol June. ,s- 11. U IliKY.
May 21, 1878. T. C. IiKKNTI A RDT,
P. A. FUERCKS,
Committee Finance for Corn's of .Salisburv
Davie 01111 ty
IN THK Si:i'lC;u)U COt UT
M. R. Chaffin, arlmr. of J, Wallace Cannon
dee'd, i 'lain tiff,
W b Cannon, Geo A Cannon, L E Gaine
wile of R S Gaines, J Wesley Cannon, Marth
A Cannon, V C Cannon, Tho A Cannon and
ilhe Emma Cannon, luira at law, Defts.
Petition to sell Land for Assets.
Upon the allidavit of Plaintiff, it is ordered
the Court, t hal "'publication be mnde in the
Carolina Watchman for six successive week
notifying VV F Cannon, one of the defendant
who is a non-resident of the Stale, to anoear at
the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of
said county on Mondav. the 1st dav of Julv
1878, and answer the complaint which will be
tiled in the above entitled action, within ten
days from the date hereof, and if he fails to
answer the complaint, the Plaintiti will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
Witness, II. B. HOWARD,
Clerk Superior Court of Davie County.
(JET THE BEST.
I have just returned, from the Xinth
and am receivin;; my stock of -roods cm
bracin; nil the latest styles of -HATS and
BOXXETS, for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. FLOWERS and R11IU0XS, in end
TRIMMIX; SILICA, LIXh'X COLL A .'.s
AND CUFFS, FAXS,
Zephyr Worsted Material for fancyvojly
Silk Huudkerehiefs, Neck Wear, Corset-,
a good stock of
Human Hair Goods'. Ac.,"
All Ik:i.4!i1 for cash, which will enable
me to sell as low is the lowest.
C.iil before buyiir else v. lure
MRS. S. A. GREEN FIF.LT.
Opposite Crawford's Hardware Stoic.
P. N. HEILIG & SON,
would call attention to their large and splendid
Send Postal Card for Sample Copy
Address, THE RALEIGH NEWS,
Raleigh, X. C
No. 12 N. Eighth St.
St. Louis. Mo.
Who hu had grrttrr mxrienee in the treatment of th
exual troirt.les of Ixith mmr and ft-male than inv phvsicinn
in Ihe Wot, givi-a the n uilta of hi lone and sutxeaiful
practice in hu tw. mew warb, juct published, entitkc
Tho PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Boofci that are mJly Mali-a.4 iwm artmtm In all inat
tert pertaining to jfaahood and Womak.4. and auppl
want lung felt. They are fc.ufa'l illmtratr, and in plain
Uwifuape, eaaily untK-rstovd. The two booki embraceM5
page, and contain T.laahl. tnfrl!a for both married and
ainK'.e, with all tlie nvtr.t improwiwnt in u-ii:cal treatment
Kead what our homeparH-ro tay :ThcknowU-dgeinipnrti-d
hi Ir. Buiu' new wort, it in no way of questionable char
acter, but ia something Out ereryaaa boald aaw. The
Taatk.tnc victim of early indinretion ; tke aa.otnerwiaa
perr.-ctly healthy maybe, but with w.ninevicor inthepriine
Ziiilraclnif HIOXS nn l ST4CEI.S every variety oi
an'J s'.ripe -Kv;t piallty.
Wagon ,ud Buy 2i&.terials,
co!u;)risia? all the viri .us kia-t-i riulre.l -springs,
axles, wlieels, ,tc, ready I'tKt tup.
Tele2"s,p!i Straw Cuiters,
all sizes, ana unsiirpassfHl m nuaUty aiul durability.
Great Araorioan Lightning SAY7S,
every ki-i 1 1 size, embracin? MILL & CUOSSCTT.
NAILS 'l si..'-cut and wrought.
T'ae mst popular a:i I approved styles now Cast
liiirs, all kil.-. bolls, c- No. 5 piJnts tor l.
WINOOV CLASSfrom si?. 1 1 1; 24:h' l'utty, oils,
I'alnts, Varnishes, I lyrlit nlnr Ihlor, itc.
FAIrtBANK scAUiS -steelyards ami Uaianees.
I'or Carpenters, RtaekHailt'as Sho.';maker, Fanacrs.
Champion Mowers 'and Rep.pers.
Horac Rakes, ThresLing Machines,
llor.serovvers, Pumps, t-'iT"ralH CYadleK,
(irass Sevthes, PKinie-.-s Handle-J llees,
GUNS, Pistols. Knives, and CUTJ.KKY ot all kinds
CT"ur stoes ernbntees eeryUd:i to In? found In
a lanre aid eornpleie H art ware Store, and all at low
prices furcasa. j ltii thanks Tor p-.ist Tavors we
hope to hir-rlt cuiii liaied con'idi'iice and Increasing
pulrooage. March 7, 1TS. if:;iy
fflliOEt MuT OF Salt:
Having bought lite eont.ty right fur ihe
"Tioj-ieal rrnii1'Vejetabie ami meat" ' I'rei rv
i Froeess," 1 will sell receives at It
will preserve a larreTtf fruits" or vegt taliles ht
i eost of h eeiiti", ami !)0 Ibspoik tr lat f fr
h eents, and the Iniirx, oieat-s ai.il vteul.lw
retain their nator.il laste. The prwes i a
dry one, in pie ami jn-rfeet!y liannles, nntl i
used in si most evt rv famUy. For sale at
26: KNNl.SS' Inig Store
of lite, and the Wmu, in miat-rv
from the many Dl her sex ia hen
to" St. Tjouia JournaL
I-OI ILAR eRHKS AO etl. each:
both In one Tolume, (1 1 in cloth and
Kilt, 25 eta. extra, gent under ccal, on
receipt of price in money or atampa.
Hack Line to Albemarle.
OF REALMS TATE.
In the matter of A . J. Mock. 1 T T ,
Bankrvpt. In l?"y-
By virtue of an order of ihe District Court
of the United States, for the Western District
of North Carolina, the undeiitrned will sell at
I'ubiic Auction, at the Court-House door in
the Town of Salisbury, on the first day of June,
1878, a House and Lot in I lie town of Salis
bury, adjoining the premises of Willi.mi Over
man and John M. Colhn being the .i; d
Residence of said Bankrupt.
Terms Cash. Dated this 1st day of Mav.
DAVID L. BK INGLE, Assicnee.
JohnS. Henderson, Trustee. 28:1m.
E. H. MARSH'S
SALISIiUllY, X. C.
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
Having my Foundry in readines. I am nn
prepared to do all kinds ol Casting in either
Iron or Bras. All kinds of Engine and Boiler
lturK uuik wun oi.aoatcli; aIo-all kinds of
Agricultural and Mining Machinery built or
repaired to order. l am also prepared to Dress
Lumber, make all kinds of Mouldings, make
Sash, Blinds and Doors. Sash, Doors, and all
zes of mouldings, kept constantly on hand
A stock of Lumber always on hand or furnish
ed at nhort notice.
A 16 Horse Portable Engine and Boiler
for ale at my 6hops.
ors guaranteed, and at prices to 8U tl
The undersigned is running a comfortable
in-weekly Hack line from Salisbury -to Alhe-
marle, A. Hi convey passengers to (iold
Hill, or elsewhere on the line, cheaper than-
any l.ivery- Stable. Leave Salislxiry everv
Monday, edncsday and Friday. 7 a. in. Ke
turn every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
o p. in.
Leave orders at National Hotel.
G. V. WIUTLOCIC,
27:1 y. l'roprittor.
(I. ale I'm V-soi of lMj-casfs if the Kye and Kar
in the Saauni!ii ilttiical (olicf;.)
Practice IListisfrcMo Hit?
, EYE an.! EAK,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Refers to the Stattv Medical Society ami
tt the Georgia Medical Society.
A FresLSaplf if Garden
A great fill in Garden Seed Twenty fire
eents will l;iv 8 papers of fresl. aurlcu Or-
len Seeds at -
LNNISS' DUUG STOKh."
The Oldest Specialist iu America
Dr. J. A. Cloptoii, of HnntsYille, Ala.
Treats with almost Universal "Pieces? all
Cancerous a irections, n Scrofulous afiec
tions, Excresences :"d Tumors ai.out the
face, Ac, Piles, Fistula, Dropsical affec
tions, &c. As the Docttir is o ften from home,
address his son, John Robert Clopton, giving
his name in full.
Send for Circulars and see Testimonials
from men known to every one in the State.
l nousanas woo could not leave home, have
been cured by the use of his remedies, 'print
ed directions . accompany all packages, ko
that any man or woman can use theni with
Write yotir name in full, also your Post
Office, Count and State. Alwavs "write mv
name, or my sons name in full. " 25.6m. "
The undersigned purposes to eMalli"-
school in Sali-li'iry for the preparatiuii ol !
plicnnls lor adiiiisiion to the Bar.
Die liea Ilh iu mess of the place, an. 1 1 !- ''"-Ji
ness ot urranl are some ol trie a -i :i."-y '
which voing gentlemen who iU-sire to rei
law, will find by coming to this plact-.
Stitdcntsviirnot only lie taught the coiir?
as prescribed by the Supreme Couit, bill
learn the practical details f the ir(nVssi'n
such as drawing pleadings, anil other, kiii'"1
subjects, which daily arise in an AtlornfVJ
Fee for the course, one hundred ttoilar--.
J. M. MeCUKKU,
17:3m. Salisbury, N-(
Sparkling Catawba Springs.
CATAWBA COLN I V, X. '. -
This desirable watt-ring place wilL'"' "J" -for
select visitors 20th May, 1 S7--. Tlie st'rl" -are
situated near-Hickoiv Statiuii, o "
Western North Caiolina Kailroad. . ,
The bracing mountain atmosphere, wiin
health restoring properties of their w;,:eS,rjur -der
these Springs a most desirable n-ort
invaliOH auo pleasure seekers. . .
The mineral wjitt-ra embrace blue and w'
Sulphur and Chalybeate. It is the bf
most extensively fitted up watering l',afe. j
the State, and can accommodate three hum. "
ill renin m. ai
.i , .,,! ,.-11 ilso-faci
ah"ordel for amusements usually f"1I,d a. rs.
class watering jdaces will be ollered tov'm
A gootl supply of iecons!nnlly on ',an, '.. t
Conveyances -wtll meet the trait-" d " (je
Hick-irv Station to convey visitors w
Springs 4i ver
Board : 3- per month of 'Zi iavN - " ' , .
week, $2 per day. Half price f-r children .
and liberal oeuiii-'
m 1 m a . .
in make ntle to Land, ami LaWcr r.ml
Aiecnauics Liens, for sale at this Office
Dr. E. O. KLLIOTT
t..,.r -ml I'rf.i-rietor-
VOAV IS THV.-nMK TO SUTSf
11 1 FOR THE WATCHMAN