LOO A I
rr, National HutellorU,'a
Our devil advertise in tbe Btuiues Lo
tal for a wife,
Dou'tull tbe Kill speak
The colored people are.niaking prepar
ations for decorating the .jgruvc of the
federal soldiers buried here.
I ovard 1$. James, a youns fanner, has
cl0wn us a lot of very Cue lrUh potatoes
'nm this year. They were of tbe Early
The Hickory 1'res-.nay that the citi
i ,V nt-Hickory will give the Editors a
linn on their icturu from thu Spsttk-
Ub"- Catawba Springs.
The city Aldermen h;ive purchased a
ev lot of the latest pattern of street let
ter boxes. They are distributed to tie
test advanta.ee in the city. Swire one for
the pev boardc
The Educator, is the name ot a paper
jns-t started at Happy Home, X. C. It is
i....,.. t, fh r Educational interest of X.
. i i t r i i-; r w i -v !f i
C. A very lauuauie. uuucuMi.g-..
... x- i. t... nl.ii.-t nf it mission and
"Will SUCK lO wit -
iiot dabble in polities.
' How cod ! Yes, that's what everybody
ycauts to kuow how to be! tool IJaiker
is making the best Soda Water to be had
in these parts. He tills a glass half full
of shaved ice, which makes the soda cold
- and nice.
Wo return thanks for an invitation, to
attend a Concert to be given by the pu
pils of Siuiontou Female College, Tuesday
j vt niug, June the 4th, at 8 o'clock. They
jsreseut a handsome programme of choice
selections; Hope to be able to attend.
The new commissioners in their report
of proceedings, speak of taking out a
pump, &c, at the corner of Lee aud Fulton
Streets. Now Fulton, street runs parallel
with Lee and there are four blocks be
tween tliejn. We are anxious to know
where they intend to make tliaCorner., J
. 5 DiKD. On last Sunday, May 20 th, iu
Salisbury, X.-'C., Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, in
the (iist year of her age: -.She .was a wor
thy member of the M. E. ''Church, South,
in this place, and died in the. .triumphant
hiith of the Christian after long and severe
-affliction. . - - '
o : - ; -
On Main street, the Nvater runs on one
'"niile up the street, on the other, hnvn.
Some of our citizens remark that it. -can
Aw explained by the fact tliajtlu' comnris- j
M.diris have l en 4r. ing to iu.;ki wyter
r.iu up hill lor the last 10 years it lealiy
looks that way. ' .'';
"S)ine.le;ireiii t t'.iat' the . Cou. t- ilfn-e
Will Ik: washed aw; iv dnriii" sirini- totui.)
-. ' ? ' - i
aides (he. drains in that viiinity iii e e.e..r j
e l of obslrm tioiis. .lu.lu Cloud" is mi j
- a. al. . I . a I aiavi..'(l lllb I til i 1 . .
also need woi k whii-lf would be doue ifi
Cloud was huldiu'' oitr Cmnts.
Rnst in the Wheat. O.ir farn.evs .say'
that the whe.it crop is much -damaged ti.is
year, owing to rust. We notice along the
line of tho Western Rail Road that the
wheat is in very bad -condition some of
it not more than kneehigh,and fheyonng
l.eads blighted by rust. There w ill lfard-
ly be a half a crop in this seetiou.
' o ' -
A girl will go to Sunday' School and
"We'll stand the storm, it won't, be long."
as brave as any boy-, but the iirst loud
peal from a thunder storm during the
.night will send hereto her mama's -room
in less time than it takes to tell it. In
this respect, girls are liko milk; they .sour
when it thunders ou that song, at least.
Some parties (believed to be" colored,)
entered the "back window of the residence
of the Rev. C. l'lyler on last Sunday and
took a lot of cakes, sugar and buttr,
aud did other things not to be mentioned
here. Mr. Plyler and family had gone to
Gay's Chapel, where ho preached in the
Patent Sel&Acting B. B. Su itek and
Smooth Frog. Mr. W. A. Weaut, of this
place, Bho4$fd us his patent self-acting
switch and. smooth frog. It does away
ttith the pointed frogt and also the; .switch
man, tbe cnginear having perfect control
f the track. It is the best thing of the
Umi yet invented; so say the railroad
ProL W. II. Neiive has returned from
Goldsboro. He has been engaged with
the Hand of that place, and gave ou last
Thursday evening," a Grand Concertthe
programme 'containing sixteen fine elec
tions. "Music islhe art of the Prophets,
and is the onhj art that can calm the agi
tation of the soul and put the devil to
- A countryman, forgetful of -the day,
drove into town last Sunday to do his
.trading-. Finding the stores all closed he
inquired in ouo of tho Drug Stores the
cause. Vhen informed that it was Sun
day, he exclaimed : "My G d, you're
joking r Ho was soon convinced and
"lit out" like a good man ought to have
done aud went on his xvsi
Dkowned. A colored , woman named
Hargrave, was found dead in Yadkin
River last Sunday, lying against one of
the pillars of the old Locke Bridge. She
was subject to spells or fits of "insanity
and was usually fastened up wheu they
tame on. Last Friday night one of th
"spells" came ou her and she escaped
without any ouc seeing her. She was not
Heard of again 'till her body was found
Closing" Exercisks dp CatawbI High
ScnooL.--The closing exercises of this
school, under charge of tbe Itevs. Clapp
and Foil, took place at Newton last Tues
day. Gov. Vance delivered tbe address,
which was practical aud to tbe point.
His theme was practical education. Gov,
Vance has been preaching this all impor
taut subject to the people of this State for
yearn, and to our knowledge, tbere is not,
iu the. State, a single institution designee
to fitji boy tbe a farmer or mechanic;
Ou the contrary, all are 'giving young men
what is known as a liberal education; for
wliich the majority of the people, have no
use; because tbe majority of the people
have to woik, and they want an educaj
tion to fit themselves specially for what
ever trade they propose to follow
Vance says you may spout latin : to a
mule all day "and he won't move, a
peg; but yell out 'git up" and away be
goes. Give the farmer boy an education
iu Agricultural Chemistry, and leave off
the Latin and Greek. We would like for
the Governor to have his ideas on this
subject published and we would be much
more pleased if the teachers would give
their attention to the matter. Let some
enterprising man start an institution of
the eb a rater described aud ho will find
t'.iat it will prove a success, both finau-
cialhvaud o-the jrreat cuod of the rising
The young men who took pait in the
exercises showed that careful" and sound
instruction had been given them aud they
reflected credit ou themscWres aud their
Baud "Xo2," of this place, furnished
the music aud we believe pleased all
they say they were treated as good as the
Governor aud w ill remember their trip to
Xewtou with pleasure. They also return
thanks to the Bicdnwnt Press, for its com
A Bald-Face Lie.
Richmond Herald Dispatch.
A telegram from Asheville, X. C, re
ports that the story published iu the i'o
neer staging that Bald Mountain bad been
rent, and -which was substantially tele
graphed to the Herald last night, is a fab
rication u lie out of u whole mountain.
Somebody go dig a hole in that bill and
letsget up a sensation. If all that stuff ele-
gaut description of the mountain the lo- j
cation ot the tat hornless chasm, v,c, was
it , was a
any way t
-well, who started th.
J S. Mr. Cummins, correspondent of
the Xew York 'Sun, called ou us and states
that there is a crack on tho mountain
alnuit fifty yards long aud six feet wide ;
also, that there' was jio shock,, or earth
quake. The mountain is c.vered with
cracks of ditlereut sizes. There is no ev
idcuce of volcanic action.
CONSCIENCE DOES NOT
1 it'i.i i but worms make their
i!i'r!ir sieeu.ess a:ui ;ius niem. Uiie
1 t I 1 Ml .1
cent ltthj o .-hriuer'tt Indian - Vermifuge!
will kiw them front disease and death.
A man m Illinois committed suicide by
dtowuing, latilyj in six inches of water.
o.iildu't have done it alone, but his
wi;V, wi;!i that self-saci iticiug devotion
and helpfulness so characteiTstic of the
sex, sat ou his head.
Vixsante is meeting with extra
ordinary success, w e learn ot evidences
of his abilitv to cure from various noints
and iu to where he is nrodnciuc recov
eries in most extreme cases that heretc-
fore were considered hopelessly incurable.
Day after day we see the crippled, deaf,
blind, aud sick enquiring tneir way to ob
tain treatment of Dr. Vinsante. The doc
tor guarantees to remove every species of
CYiitm-,jn the first stages, in seven days,
without surgery, danger or; pain. Also,
receives under treatment, Asthma, Hron
chitis, Rhumatism, Kidney disease, and
all chronic complaints ; and remedies and
corrects every species of deformity, viz:
club-feet, drawn limbs, spinal curvatures,
etc., aud all female difficulties. Consul
tatton rooms at National Hotel, Salisbury,
is permanently located here. (It.)
BUSINESS LOCAL! COLUMN.
0s? Kf) ' have made arrangements
publisher of that excel
Mairazine. "The (Uiro-
una larmcr,1 at Wilmington, N. C,
by which we are enabled to offer it and
tne " it atchmair tor ..50 a vear. A bet
ter bargain is rarely to be had. Send in
your orders. - ' ..
Wanteds A gooa young lady, worth a fortune
of herself, for a v.lfr. Address M. Box 32. Sallsburv
.,c. . 1:t.
Edit ots Watchman ; Please announce the
following ticket for the General Assembly
Vor the House of Commons :
WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD,
DAVID BARRING EU.
May 1st, 18T8.
To The People "of Rowan County.
T 1 iL.i . . - .
i irain mat eeriaiu geuiiemen are in
dustriously engaged in circulatinsr a re
port to the effect that I nm, if elected to
the Legislature, pledged to a division of
this county. The report is false. I have
uever been asked to make sueh a pledge.
It gentlemen are not satisfied with mv
wimple denial, I demand of them the pub
Mention .ot all their, information on the
subject, and in my own language, that
others may judge of the import of the
same. I shall, at the nroner time, be able
to satisfy all anxious oue.i on this subject
as to all my opinius held or expressed, and
give my views on the privileges of u citi
zen, and the duties of a representative of
Should I be called by the grace of the
people to represent them in the next Leg
islature, their will wifl constitute the ba
sis of all my acts if they leave me in the
quiet pursuit of my farm 'affaire my will will
be the rule of business here.
1 thank my friends for the considera
tion already shown, and shall await with
resignation their further action, assuring
them I shall be satisfied with what they
do. Vei v respectfully,
1L IL C. Bost.
W ANTED. Young man as Correspondent
and Agent at Salisbury, X. C. alo
one in each neighboring town. Good pay for
actual work.. Address with reference (stamp
for (answer Mercantile Bureau, Chicago, 111.
To the Voters of Eowan County.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to the oflicc of High
Sheriff of Kowan County, at the ensuing
August election, and will, I think, be able
to satisfy the people tha't I aui actiug in
C. F. WAG G OXER.
May 22, 1673. 31:te.
Delegates to statk democratic Convention.
Hon. F Shober, Jas. E Kerr, Hon. Cnas. Price. J.
M Horah, Kerr Cral?e, L. Blaekraer, J S Henderson,
W It Fraley, H G Muter, Jamea U Hudson, i C O
Graham, Richard Culbertson, John Bailey, John
Graham, Wm. A Luckey, R F Johnston, J K Graham,
J S MeCuublos, 8 R Clark, Dr. F N Luckey, Dr. J B
Galther, Joseph F McLean, C H McKenzle, Thomas
J Sumner, Jacob A Fisher, P A Sloop, I Frank Pat
terson, John Sloop, Esq., F H Mauney, J C McCan
le3s, Dr. L W Coleman, Jsaao M Shaver, D C Reld,
J W Miller, John Agner, Stephen A Earnhart, Henry
Barringer, John W Mauney," J F R033, G A Bingham,
C S Brown, Tbeo. F Kluttz. D A Davis.
V E Suobek, )
L Blackmkk, Committee.
Jas. E Kerr.
DKLEOATKS TO THK DEilOCKATIC JUDICIAL CONVKN-
tion. Hon. F E Shober, V 11 Overman, FranS
Brown, J J Stewart, James E Kerr, Kerr Cralge, P A
Frercks, James R Crawford. J F Ross, John Agner,
B C Arey, S A EarnharL
F E Siobib,
L Blaccmkr, V Committee.
Jas. E Kkkk. j
TOWN COM MISSIOXEliS' MEETING.
May 17th, 1873.
A contract with the Gas Co., to furnish
gas for the street lamps at the rate of
$4.50 per thousand feet was presented
The following ordinances wefe uuaui
Be it ordained, That the Town Treasu
rer shall pay out no monies for the Town
except on the warrant of the Clerk of the
Hoard of Commissioners, countersigned
by the Town Tax Collector; and it shall
be the duty of the Town Tax Collector
before countersigning any warrants to
ascertain whether the payee of the war
rant is indebted to the town for taxes aud
if he is to make such entry on the back of
the warrant which entry shall bea voucher
for the Town Tax Collector.
Be it further ordained, That the Clerk
of the Board shall number and tile every
account approved by the Hoard and shall
then issue a warrant for the amount of
the account so approved bearing the same
number which shall be subiect to ta.(
.uuj Ue countersigned as above specihed
Be it further ordained, That no receipt I
lor rieci.u ijtcei:se AiiA, .is on rcuiiiuiir
:J .. i: ;.: . .. i. . i
I !-MI U UOiiS JlvjUUl, IIUICI illi I UIC1 CI Ml li I S,
.! shows, Scc, shall le valid unless signed
by the Town i ax Collector and counter
signed by the Clerk of the Uourd.
Be it further ordained, That the Town
Tax Collector shall be -provided with
blank receipt books for the purpose of
issuing receipt.-? tor the speeial taxes
which he shallcollect from each beef, veal,
mutton or hog sold iu the corporate limits,
and he shall issue a receipt lor the tax ou
each beef, veal, mutton or bog mold, as
aforesaid, to the person selling it, and
keep a record of the same on the stubs to
be attached to each receipt.
A standing liuance committee for the
year iwas appointed. Aldermen Wiley,
Frerclfs and Bernhardt.
Ordeirod that no member of this Hoard
shall be eligible as a bondsman for any
Walter L. liankiu was elected Town
Tlie Clerk wa. iustrueted to make a
contract for having blank drafts and re
ceipts printed tor the use of town ofiieers.
Ablermeu O Neil, Atwell and Rogers
were appointed a committee to take out
the pump at the corner of Lee aud -Fulton
streets and have a- substantial windlass
and shed erected as an experiment.
J he regular meetings ot the Hoard were
fixed .on the first Friday iu each month at
.JoVloek, P. M.
On motion of H. r. Rogers the Finance
Committee was directed to furnish a de
tailed statement of the Town's indebted
ness at the next regular meeting.
Ordered that no person be allowed to
purchase material or supplies for the town
or order work done or make contracts ex
cept the Mayor unless by special order of
Adjourned till May 24th, 1378.
May 24th, 1878.
Thebouds of W. L. Rankin, Town
Treasurer, and M. L. Arev, Tax Collector
iu the tin in of !.VKH) each, with proper
securities were presented and upprovetL-
1 he tullowiug resolutions were adopt
BtMolred, That W. L. Rankin theT roas-
urer elect be instructed to demand from
the retiring Treasurer, 1). R. Julian the
sum of .8."i.:J2, the amount reported by
the last Board ot Commissioners to be due
from him to the Town of Salisburv and
that they be informed of tbe passage of
Aldermen Atwell and Frercks were ap
pointed to superintend the cemeteries.
Ordered that the sexton shall not dig or
allow to be dug any grave iu the ceme
teries except on an order from the Tow n
Treasurer or Mayor, which order he shall
immediately afterwards turn over to the
Clerk of the Board.
The Fiuauce Committee of the last
Hoard submitted au amended report which
was ordered to be spread on the minutes
"that upon further enquiry they find that
voucher No. 107 in the Treasurer's account
should be $7.58 insteadof $100 as for
merly reported which will! make amount
due from him $58:.:J2 instead of $4ll.iM),
Account approved and ordered to be
paid: John W. Ilamniill, repairing pump,
B. F. ROGERS, C. B. C.
For the Carolina Watchman.
THE CINCINNATI SING. '
The May Musical Festival (the nation's
musical prule) has now passed into his
tory, and has become a thinji of vesterdav:
but ere the sod which now rests so light
ly over its silent tenement, is drv, the
exhalation of the roses that have sprung
up. aud blossomed to its honor thas filled
the air of St. Louis, and sent a halo of in
spiration to the hearts of her musical
devotees, aud soon she, too, is to have a
Musical Festival. Music, the pabulum
of the soul is the world's greatest civilizer.
Truly, "Music hath charms to soothe
the savage breast." It is this electric
w ire, when touched, "makes all mankind
kin." The baton of Rosini in the Acad
emy of Music at Leipzig re-echoes the
symphony of Beethoven under the baton
of Thomas in Springer Hall, and the na
tive language of Liszt and Schubert be
comes the language of our own Dexter
Ciueiuuati, the Paris of America, is now
the acknowledged Alma Mater of Music,
art and science. Last week: the holy
communion was administered to her after
the baptism of the immortal Jlozart. The
orchestra waa perfect, as also was the
solos duets and quartets. Ouly one mis
take occurred in the chorus. " One young
man whoso soul was . overcharged with
musical Xitro Glycerine exploded,1 and
sent the tune flying up above the highest
seat iu the gallery. An able bodied boy
was immediately detailed to go and hring
it down, but at last accounts the afore
said seeker, the inspirational, had suc
ceeded in only reaching the foot of the
ladder upon which it had proudly perched
itself. After this accident everything
went on as merry as a marriage bell, aud
as harmonious as the sw eetest strains of
divine music could blend.
Xo citv in the Xew World has ever en
joyed feuch a feast. May the name of our
munificent philanthropist, Keuben It.
Springer be engraven iu letter of gold
upon tho tablet of the heart of every lover
of music, and may the friction of time's
Wheels serve only to polish his uame and
make it shiue brighter and brighter unto
the perfect day. Cleaveland was ably
represented in our Medical Academy and
at the Musical Festival. Alas! we looked
in vain for the Hon. Chas. Price, of Salis
bury, hoping to enjoy the pleasure of giv
ing him an airing on Spring Grove Ave
nue and Eden Park (for sometimes disci
ples of yEsculapius aire as vain as disci
ples of Gamaliel.) Xo place of its size in
the State represented as much beauty and
talent as Euclid. In fact all of the cities
and provinces in the west seut hi
creditable representatives to
State Medical Society and May Musical
Festival. Xo such outpouring of talent
beauty aud wealth has ever been seen iu
this city lefore, but these things must
needs be, and the cud is not yet.
Cincinnati, May 21st, 1378.
THE SUX, THE SLANDERER OF THE
(From Tarboro suotherner.)
7or Southern men can contribute to
the circulation of the paper and pecuni
ary beuefit of so bitter a South hater as
Chas. A. Dana of the Xew York Sun is a
mystery to us. We do not believe in
carrying the doctrine of lieking the hand
that despitefully uses yo i too far. We
publish two extracts from tiiat niaglig
nant sheet and ask our readers, in all
candor, if they can conscientiously sup-
j port it. Dana has alwayshated the South,
illewa assistant Secretary of tli3 War
! under Mr. Stanton, and U'eause ho failed
I to ret a desired appointment, turned
a,r;lj ,lst (.J rant and all tho powers that be
lie is totally without princi
ple, unscrupulous blatherskite whose
pen is pointed against every one not a
worshiper of his immaculate self.
He has never .said a w ord for the South,
except it was his own personal interest
to do so. Expecting to get oiTice under
Greely, he sup-ported that great man and
became a warm advocate of Reform and
Reconciliation. For the .same reason he
espoused the cause td" Tildeu. But these
extracts show his sincerity. He "would
'rather support Beast Battler than a South
The. New York World comes ably to
the rescue td the South and deals the Sun
bad blows. If you must take a North
ern paper, whv not take the World, but
do not subscribe for the miserable South
hater aud slanderer as the New York
Sun. These extracts speak for them-,
sel ves :
tiii:"slx"i)i:ci. nr.s fuu ui ttleu auaxst
"tiik south kun kkukls."
(From the X. Y. .Sun May 13tii.)
There are a few former rebels in Con
gress who, if they have ever heard th
war is over, seem to think the South was
the conquerer ; and there are a few North
ern doughfaces id Congress of such ab
ject natute ihat they prostrate themselves
to the manes of the departed institution
of slavery, and remembering the despotic
sway it once held, conceive that its very
ghost may lift some of their number, more
fortunate than the rest, into the White
Vain and fatal delusions! It is said
the Democrats will start iu the contest
in ISSO w ith all the old slave States solid
in their favor, and that they are certain
of the comparative small additional num
ber of electoral votes requisite .to a ma
jority. That makes easy reckoning. It
is a simple sum. . Anybody can do it.
There happens, however, to be anoth
er, just as easy and just as simple. If all
the old Slave States can combine, so can
all the old free States. The only thing
needed for this is au occasion, made plain
to . the comprehension of the masses.
Then there is this difference: All the
old slave States combined still require
help to elect their candidat ; whereas
the old free States combined need no
help, but in themselves constitute a ma
jonty, and can elect their candidate with
out extraneous aid. The Democratic
candidate in l?r was tainly elected, co
we maintain, on the evidence, at all
events. Certain old rebels in the Demo
cratic party traded off tha election to the
friends of Mr. Hayes. They connived at
the fraud by which Haves was counted
in, anil they now couspire with their
Northern doughface Democratic allies to
block the way to au investigation which
would uncover and expose the great
fraud. Do men who conduct themselves
in this way suppose that the mass of the
Northern Democracy are so base-liorn, so
absolutely waufing in self-respect, as to
continue to act, to cooperate with them
What guarantee can these treacherous
men give that they would not again sell
out the party on tho heels of a second vic
The North the old freo States will
not loose sight of the fact that the Demo
cratic candidate who, after he had been
lawfully elected, was sold out by South
ern rebels, was pledged agaiust the pay
ment of rebel war claims. It is evident
that this now constitutes the greatest
barrier to an investigation which would
'be liable to put Hayes out and Tildeu
It is all very well to talk sentinieutal
Iv about burying the dead pai-t, only we
want the rebellion buried at tho bottom
that is all. !
We regard the question of patting an
end to the election frauds of 1870 as the
supreme political question of the times.
We are therefore for those who nro witlT
us on that issue, and against those who
are agaiust us. If a pronounced Republi
can like General Butler or Senator Howe
should take the lead in exposing these
frauds and destroying their fruits we
would support him for President in 1880
in preference to any Democratic candi
date who opposed to the invesgation or
lukewarm about it.
The next Presidential election is not
AN LXJUST INDICTMENT OF THE SOUTH.
(From tho X. Y. Sua May 13th.)
What the slaveholders rebellion failed
to achieve by force to-day stauds accom
plished by fraud. The Govemtment of
the United States, wliich the Southern
armies were unable to overthrow, has
been underminded by corruption.
It is not surprising to liudsomeof thoss
who were most active iu the futile at
tempt to destroy the Government by arms
now delviug under its foundations with
the devices of fraud. It is quite con
sistent for various Southern rebels, now
ycleped Democrats, to bolster up Hayes in
the office of President. There is no other
way they could do so much to destroy
the Government against which they once
openly appeared in battle array, and
which there is ot late too much reason to
believe they still regard with feelings of
hatted in this crisis extremely ill con
Those Northern Damocrats who look
to au alliance with these former rebels of
the South as their own road to political
promotion naturally but basely go with
them in resisting an exposure of the
Presidential frauds. These modern ser
viile lollowets of the determined South
ern conspirators had their prototypes iu
the Xorthern doughfaces of the slavery.
The people see into the true condition
ot things. The day of retribution will
ANOTHER CHURCH ORGANIZED.
A meeting has just closed at the Meth-f
odjst Church in this place, conducted by
Rev. A. P. Smith, D. D., of Dallas, aud
Rev. (i. W. Boggs, the Evangelist of East
During this meeting a Presbyterian
Church was organized in connection with
the Southern General Asscmby, cousist1
ing of twelve members, two of whom
Mr. L. V. Brown and II. W. Devault
were ordained and installed as ruling El
ders. Mr. D. R. Long was appoiured as Trus
tee, to receive and hold any property
which mav b.' given for the beuefit of this
We take this opp-irtuuity of expressing
our thanks to the Pastor and members of
the Methodist Church for the use of their
house of worship.
Wc hope those, who belong to this
branch of the Presbyterian Church, who
may be coming into this community, will
lenoit themselves to tho above named
Elders, as we expect to have preaching
from time to time. B.
Denton (Tex.) Monitor.
In Uowan Co., X. C, May 2Ut, is;s, by Rev. Saml
RotlirocU. Mr. KrKus 1 Kosemas ana Miss Sakau
K., ilauiitcr of (ieorge Lyerly, E.
Liiver is iing".
The Liver U the imperial organ of the whole
human system, as it controls the life, health and
haoniness of roan. Y hen it is disturbed in its
proper action, all kind's of ailments are the
nuturul result. 1 he digestion ol lootl, tne
movements of tlie heart and blood, the action
of tiie brain anil nervous system, are all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
Liver. It has been successfully proved that
Green'- August r lower in unequalled in curing
all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver
Complaint, and all the numerous symptoms
that result from an unhealthy condition ot the
Liver and Stomach. Sample buttles to try, 10
cents, rosiiively soul in ail ionvs on me
Western Continent. Three doses will prove
that it is just what jou want.
People of all classes will acknowledge tliat
in this world much depends upon our financial
condition, yet how many wisely letlect tint our
financial condition depends upon our phy-dcal'.
Yet it is even so, for who can labor without
health, and who can accumulate-'' money with
out lahor ? Hence the importance of using
Coussens' Compound Hor.ev of Tar, which ia a
sure cure for Couch, Colds, and all diseases of
the'Throat and Lungs. Ketuember you can
buy a bottle of Compound Honey of Tar for
oO'cenis. For sale by C. K. Uarktr.
How sad that in our daily life we neglect so
many things necessary to our well bein. The
ninn'nf business with an eve only to his credit
in iheTinancial world, the individual of ele
gant leisure whose only aim is to army him
self to the best advantage, the young lady who
idlv listening lo spring's divine harmonies,
feel not the approach of disease in the feeling
of languor which. possesses her all alike sur
render loo ea-ily to the advance-guard of dis
ease, when, bv a judicious investment in I'oria
line, or 'fabler's Vegetable Liver Powder, a
long arrav of ills is put to rout. Buy Porta
line, or Tablet's Vegetable Liver Powder, and
and rid yourself of disorders arising from a
torpid liver. Price 30 cents. For sale by C.
"Give ns this day our daily bread," ami good
medecine to digest it, is both reverent and hu
man. The human stomach and liver are fruit
ful sources of life's comforts; or, disordered and
diseased, thev tingle misery along every nerve
and through every artery. The man or woman
with good digestion see beauty as they walk,
and overcome obstacles they meet in the rout
ine of life, where tire dyspeptic sees only gloom
end stumbles and growls at even imaginary
objects. Tlie world still needs iwo or three
new kinds of medecine before death can be per
fectly abolished; but that many lives liavo been
prolonged, and many sufferers from Liver dis
ease, Dyspepsia and Headache, have been cur
ed by Merreli.'s Hepatike, is no longer a
doubt. It cures lIdohe in twenty minute,
and there is no question but what it Hthe most
wonderful leovery yet mane in meoieai ,
science. Those afflicted with DiUiousness and j
Liver Complaint should use Merkell b lltr
It can be had at Thco. F. Kluttz's.
' : . -; IF ,: -'
The Y miri who rejoice in naiad and ice
cream, hot cakes and warm pie ;
- , IF .
The Student who eat hastiJr and iu down at
once to actire and mental labor;
The Business Man who bolU his food in eager
haste and hurrietto his counting room;
The Hard Drinker could look st the deleicate
glands, swollen and festered with disease, that
cause the throbbing brain;
The Lawyer, the Minister, the Merchant, and
all who lead sedentary liv? and are uject to
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Constipation and
' - IF
These only knew what Merrel's IIepatijsi:
foi: the Liver will do for their relief,' and
how quickly it cures there would be much
has suiTering than at present.
The great Liver Medecines fr salebyTheo.
Corrected by J. 31. Kxox & Co.
May 22, 1878-
Cotton dull Middlings, 89
low do 7(&S
B.vcox, county, hog round 7
Bcttek " 15(20
CnicKENS per d07.es $1.'502.00
Corx new 45a47
Meal moderate demand at 4850
Wheat good demand at 1.00(&1.10
Flocu best fam. $2,508 GO
Potatoes, Irish 75
Onions no demand 75
Apples, dried - :$&4
Don't neglect to call on C. Plvler at the
Book Store for all kinds of Books wanted. The
best quality and latest styles of writing paper
kept litre. Also the renowned Sintrer Sewing
Machine can be had here at from $:V to $40,
He respectfully invites all to call and examine
goods .in d machines. 1 1 :ly.
BEWARE OF OLD
I HAVE JUST ItKCEIVKD
FRESH GARDEN SEED?,
Put up specially for me by the '"""'""
Ilobert Buist, O" r."
with my name and the dttte jiriitcd on every
paper. Every paper has 1ST8 plainly print
ed on it. Xo other dealer in seeds here has
dared to do this. Forewarned is forearmed,
and if you buy obi seeds now, it is because
you won t have your eyes opened.
One word more : Buist's seeds arc the
onlv ones in the market which are warrant
ed fresh and genuine.
8 Papers for 25 Cents,
At THEO. F. KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Only 12 V cts per B At Kluttz's Drug Store.
Early Rose and Peerless Potatoes
Only fl.50 per bushel At Kluttz's Drug Store.
Ooldon Millet. $2 per bush.: Orchard Grass, t'2. Also,
Blue lirass lor yards, Herds (inusx, Lucerne, e.
At Kluttz's Drug Store.
SMOKERS, AHOY !
tAvcr's new bran 1, the " DAISY " C'lgsr, is the
best lu the market. 3 cts each, or fix for as cents.
Try tnetu: Manufactured expressl tor, and sold
onlv at Muttz s Drug store.
Blactmer aii Hemierson,
SALISBURY, N. C
Jannay2: 1870 tt.
P ractical Blacksmith
SHOP : connected with RrownA Verble's Livery
suibles. designs of Shoes, to suit any
shape of foot. All shoeing on strictly scientific prin
ciples and WARRANTED. All kinds blacksmlthlng
promptly done. is:iy
NEW LIVERY STABLE
ON LEE STREET.
Completer in all its Details.
Come forward with ample facilities' to accom
modate regular and transient customers.
They have splendid stock horses and vein-i
fur pleasure r business rides. Can fur-!
nivh anv onitit required. Will send travellers
on their way to any point. Will board and j
groom horses by the day, week, month or year. !
Will till orders for Imuling. Will buy and !
sell horses. Invite Drovers to come to the j
best and cheapest stand. They projH-se belli r ;
services for le money than ever liefore
Will buy grain and provender. And &j
are in for a lively business they say to
Come a,.J try iw. -
Ifi: CHAS HOLM K&
Cieap Chattel Mortaraces,
and varioivs other blanks for sale here
J. D. EEcNEELY,
Grocery, Produce and Comma
Aprnt for the sale of Fertilizers, Lime,
Sawtd Shingles, and Mountain Produce. Bny
anu sell cotton, Corn, Flour, Meal, and
kinds of country produce on commLsiion.
Highest prices guaranteed. Agent for lh
celebrated English patent
- IVill keep a small . aiortnett of Family
Groceries). Call and see him athiuew stanJ,
three dnrs below Kkittt's Drug Store.
Warrantefl to Cure!
EXNISS' CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE-
or money ifuiuled if directions are
strictly followed. -
PBICE 25 CENTS, at
SlStf ENNI-Dm Store
J. T. J.IOOKK.
MOORE & THOMPSON,
EALEIGH, K. C.
Special attention paid to the sale of
Consignments Solicited. Highest Price
defers taCjii7.en National
THOS. H. VANDERFORD'S
GUOCEKY AND rCTNFKCT. iXKRY STORE.
Mm and Ladies-' Hue fori r
Havlnjr en-raj,"'! Uk- services ot a lirM. class work-
m-ui, we are prepariM u turn m:t tin- :i!.eM ar.rt bort
siyles of clty-maile Koixlti, and at prtc s to suit the
t tales. Constantly unhand an .".-v-iui ml stock
su;-rior material. Call and examine our work.
Salisbury, Feb. 1 1, lsTs. No. U.tf.
STOP AT THE
SALISBURY, N. C.
C. S. BROWN, Prop'r.
(Late of (lie National Hotel, IvaleiRli.)
A T IIOM E AGAIN.
Having leased this house for a term of yeari,
I would be pleased to have mv friends tall and
see me. It will he kept as a' FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL IN F.VELY RESPECT.
Board : Two Dollars Per Day.
JC" OMNIBUS AT EVERY TRAIX.-a
Large Sample Rooms for Comraertial Trav
ellers. TRY ME.
C. S. BROWN.' Jn.
January, 1st, 1S78. ll:tf.
BRO WN & VERBLE'S
Livery & Sale Stables,
Will convey passengers to and from any point .
with thejjest stock and vehicle.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will find it lo their intercut to rail nf rn tl u
before making arrangements elsewhere.
Drovers and Traders
will find at this establishment good lots an
stable, and plenty of good hay, fodder, oali
Those wishing turnout for pleasure drivM.
will find the Lett aiooinnlalioiis at thee
Mr. J. F. Webb will always be fom d it the
Stables and promises entire Fatisfaclion to nil
customers. " 42;lf.
SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(At Mclntyrc's Furniture lioonis.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AM) SKK III.V. 9:f.
TIIK I'.KST Tltl MM INT. SILK A Us KVhl?
I Ilavii g purchased the right lo sell this cele
; hratnl J'riitier in viue t.wt.sbip nf ficaatj
( toiiiit.y I in rte jnjl iic n"-n'mn to ll.is r: n;ibl
implemeui, ulniM.,t i.. Ju eiaLic to .. Uiuit 1 u
! Ii!j fruit trr-e fn Irim l'i'rvfx ?!c!'!it;' fn ff-
! or buy if, may call at KltUlz & KniUmn'n
, Store, Salisbin v. I'ricc for w impletient n.
j the farm right to make nnd i.se the same, S.
i 20t3ta (J. FHA-SK PV.M'M,
i nun Hi