X. O O A. L .
We notice Crawford' Livery Stable is
receiving ft new coat of paint.
MrAberuethy of the Happy Home Ed
ucator houoTcd us with a call lastweek.
The Democratic County Convention of
Davidson will meet in Lexington on the
Mr. 1L F. Rogers, (C."B. A.) lias gone to
Winston to attend a. meeting of the Grand
Chapter of Masons.
Dr. Rice the polite and gentlemanly
agent of the Raleigh Neicn wade us a call
last Monday evening. We enjoyed his
Mr. 3. B. Lanier, one of the go-ahead
tobacconists of Davie, is making arrange
ments for opening a factory iu this city.
He is Q. K. and will be welcomed here.
Mr. Vf. S. Negus has shown us some
oats from his place which measures six
feet- It is probably the finest oats in the
county lie also mentioned coin in tas
sel. & -
Mrs. Citthrell and Miss Alice Wright
were accjdeut ly: thrown from a spring
wagon on last Thursday. No serious in
juries were received, though both were
bruised pretty badly.
o . ,
And old negro man in this county has
a girl named Fanny Maria Sarah Ann
Victory Lindsay Owens. The remarkable
feature of the case is that the thing is
living eight-years old.
Mr. Theo. V. Kluttz has distributed a
lot of Tea-Seed, sent him by the Depart
ment of Agriculture for that purpose.
Commissioner l'olk thinks that tea will
do well in this State.
One of our gayest young men has one
of Brown & Verble's finest teams engag
ed by the mouth. lie goes riding- three
times a 'week, and it is beginning to show
on him he wears a shining, happy coun
We return thauks to the four young
ladies of Salisbury, who are attending
Peace Institute, for invitatbirs to attend
the Commencement exereUes of that in
stitution, which take place June ID and
Wc asked a country man for the news,
he replied that "there was nothing
iiew in the country, but you town folks
seem to be 'resting up.1" That's "the
trouble we have too much
Domestic Snap-beans have put. in an
appearance. We return thanks to Rich.
I.,i..ll.7t., C.i. n l..-ia!-.f
Dew-berries are in the market, and the
We .return thanks to Mr. Stockton S.
Hall, (who was formerly of this place,)
J, - 11.,.:. 1.1
It is an. interesting,' lively paper. We
make some clippings which will be found
on the -first page ot this ikiikt.
Complaint is being made about the time
of the arrival of the Raleigh Observer. It
goes by-way of Hamlet, to Charlotte and
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"Ill VU111 llt I v unci ,t (IJ . . 1 IIIA III ii t A LilV
arrival of that paper 12 or 14 hours. The
Xcics conies at the regular time by the
North Carolina R..R.
The flower-yard and premises of Mr.
Luke Black iner, of Salisbury, appears like
a paradise upon eat in, nun we doubt not
his home is ditto. The place is one of the
attractions of Salisbury that should be
viowejL Statesrille American.
Without a doubt it is the prettiest yard
iu tho city. x
" - U r O
At U4 annual meeting of the Stock
holder! of the Salisbury 'Gas Company,
the old oUiccrs were all re-elected, excent- i
Superintendent S. E. Linton, who resign
ed. Mr. M. G. Crawford, of Glasgow,
-Scotland, was elected Superintendent in
'place of Mr. L. A dividend of ."J percent,
; - O
Peach es. Mr. W. C. Kluttz has on his
til imrnwr fn
Theyjare fully matured and are really
uico. They are of the early Reatnce va
riety. Also,. on-Monday, Mr. II. G. Mil
ler, of Franklin Township, sent us sam
ples of ripe peaches, probably the same
variety. Reaches and cream just as the
strawberries go out4 -
SpAKE Talk.U is a little out of the
usual order of things, but J. C. Rogers
vouches for it. A favorite dog, belonging to
a negro man, came iu from the woods the
other day with a'large black snake wrap
ped around its tail. One of the boys
standing near, knocked it off and killed
it. This is true. (Wc prefer to state vm
v phatically that it is iruefor there are those
now-a-dajs who won't believe any thing
unless they see it.)
tO . . .
"William II. Crawford requests us to
take his name out of the card in the Rusi-
- , v-.. OUlKIUUlU.-t 11 lilt
as a candidate for the Commons, lie says
he knows nothin? of its beiuir thow nnA
. . -
does not desire his name mentioned in
such connection. lTi not. :l rM ml ill .i f
forany office and says he "wants no
office in the gift of the people." Ve ask
our brethren of the press to give Rowan
credit for that saying.
P T t ........ d
ou ret uaxcK ,-v tll.e W Hey sent to
. vuiic .uvuuuy louryouug Dirus, nearly
as birr aa
ty uoiiugs vw nccng oui, ana like
them covered with a beautiful soft white
down, which he called squirrel hawks.
They were youug hawks or eagles, we
coald not tell which, bat certainly of a
large variety.- They lear captivity with
a very defiant look. Eyes jet black.
"Y." M. C. A. Mr. T. K. Cree, of New
York and Mr. I.JL Fonst, of. Charlotte,
came to Salisbury last Saturday evening
and commenced a scries of gospel meet
ings, with an eye toorganiziug a Young
Men's Christian Association. The meet
ings closed Sunday night. It is believed
that gowl va8 done. A committee has
been appointed to complete the arrange
ments and organize an association.
CuniosiTr. At the Drug Store of T. F.
Kluttz may be seen what is said to be a
homed snake. It is about four feet long
and is covered from head to tail with lit
tle horns. These horns resemble those
seen on the wild rose bush iu fact, at
first sight you would suppose it to be an
old briar of some kind, the head is
armed with a dagger shaped bone about
four inches long, the edges of which are
notched. Altogether it is a curious ani
mal, and is probably from the sea shore.
It was found in the Lutheran grave yard
by the sexton.
Decokatiox Day ix Salisbury. Last
Thursday was decoration day among the
colored people. Early in the morning
they began to flock in and the iullux con
tinued until about noon. Altogether there
L were- uot-as ninny a usual present. The
usual bo liquet of flowers was also absent
from the hands of many of the sable pop
ulace. Several Bands of music which,
to their credit, be it said, was not as offen
sive as we have heard paraded the
streets, playing the most appropriate they
could; for it seems they had no dirges.
Ex-Judge Tourgee addressed the assem
bled darkeys and a few whites at the
Court-house. He was followed by Prof.
Richardson, of color, who was followed by
Col. Thos. B. Long. The speeches of the
two first named were complimented.
We do not like to write about this dec
oration business the colored people as a
rule, know not what they do, and engage
in this tiling more as a frolic than any
thing else the white people are effectu
ally barred from taking any part, because
they cannot join hands with the negroes,
and do other things which are repulsive.
"pConsidering the present mode of decora
tion, we cauuot help feeling sorry for the
Federal dead buried here.
THREE CHILDREN SAVED FROM A
horrible death by twenty-five cents' worth
of Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
Is meeting with
eat success in the
treatment of all chronic diseases, viz:
Asthma, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Swolcn
and Painful Joints, Liver -Complaint,
Nervousness and General Debility, Kid
ney Diseases, Tumors, Ulcers, etc. The
Doctor guarantees to take out root and
branch, every species of Cancer on the ex
ternal body without surgery, danger,
hemmorhage or pain, in seven days. Call
upon the Doctor and be referied to many
that are under treatment. Consultation
free at his rooms. National Hotel; Salis
bury. Permanently located. It.
BUSINESS LOCAL COLUMN.
C'O Kf We have made arrangements
O-' KJ . x v i 1 1 the publisher of that excel
lent Agricultural Magazine, "The Caro
lina Farmer," at Wilmington, X. C.,
by which we are enabled to otter it and
the 44 Watchman" for $2.50 a year. A bet
ter bargain is rarely to be had. Send in
I am prepared with an eighteen inch
auger for boariug wells low rates.
3:1 1. PETER F. FULTZ.
The World Renowned Wilson Sewing
Machines with Extra Attachments com
plete, only $20. Address, Wharton &
Wharton, Company's Agents, Greensboro,
In accordance with the pressure "both
before and since the County Convention
to become a candidate for the Lower
House of the next General Assembly, I do
S&te.pd. D. BARRINGEU.
ANTED. Young man as Corresiioniienl
and Aent at Salisbury. N. C. alto
one in each neighboring town.' tiood pay for
actual work . AddriMH with references (xtaiup
lor answer ercaniue isnreau, t;hicago, 111.
: Editors Watchman : Please announce the
following ticket for the General Assembly :
1 For the House of Commons :
WILLIAM II. CRAWFORD,
May 1st, 187S. . 28:3m
VSTTUe above notice announcing Mr. Crawford's
name w as ordered and paid for as an advertisement,
ana aitnoagn it may continue to run some w eeks
yet, it should be remembered that Mr. C. objects to
It as totally without authority from him. It is an
effort of the enemy to divide the Democratic parly.
To the Voters of Rowan County. '
I hereby aunouuee myself as a , candi
date for re-ejection to the office of Hirh
Sheriff of Rowan County, at the ensuing
Augnst election, and will, I think, be able
to satisfy the people that I am acting in
C. F. WAGGONER.
May 22,-1373.. 31:te.
Some curious calculator-says it would
require 1,500,000 horses to do the work of
transportation now done by steam loco
motives in Massachusetts iu a veaK -
Mrs. Kate Burnett, ot Kaleigh, was
found dead iu her bed last Saturday
morning. Heart disease. She lived on
Davie street opposite the old fairgrounds.
Public Bcildixgs. The House com
mittee has agreed to report $50,000 for a
court-house and post-olticeat Greensboro,
and the Senate committee on Commerce
has reported iu favor of appropriating
$150,00 for the Cape Tear and $5,000 lor
Yadkin Mineral Spring Institnte.
Stanly Co., May 29th, 1373.
The Spring term of this new and prom
ising Institution closed, to-dajr y exer
cises of a highly interestiug'cliaracter, iu
which a very large number of intelligent
people from far and near took part. The
citizens of Albemarle, in large force, and
citizens of Rowan and Cabarrus were
among the happy company, which num
bered letween 300 and 500 people visi
tors, contributors, spectators.
The exercises of the day opened with
brass baud music on the rostrum, erected
at tho back-door of the Institute, beneath
a leafy canopy of ample size with comfort
able seats for the people. The priucipal
of the school came forward at 10 o'clock,
and aunounce the opening by prayer from
Rev. I. M. Sharer, of Rowan. This was
followed by a sacred song by the pupils of
the school, rendered in excellent style and
with fine effect.
Then succeeded the following
Oration: "The Religion of tlie Bible," by John W
Recitation : "Oh for a quiet spot,"ib.r C il Smith,
fee; by Jimmy Biles.
Jiee: "The Modern Belle," by Master Palmer,
lite j by John B Sppnce.
lite: by J J Hamilton.
llec : "Boys of Spirit," by Tommy Kirk.
Declamation : by Eddy C Kirk.
Composition : by Miss M V Palmer.
Iiee: "little Chatter Box," by a very small boy.
Ree : by J A Kirk.
lite : "Whipping an Editor," by J D Palmer.
Com; "Waiting lor something to turn up" Miss
Martha A Kirk.
Com : Miss M B CrowelL.
Decla: "The Attributes of God." Xame not ob
Decla : by A Shaver, of Uowan.
Cum: "Music and Flowers," by Miss Luclnda Bai
ley, of Davidson.
Com : Mary A Kirk.
Use: "I shaU be a man," R P Kirk.
Deela : "Early to bed," &c, E F Kirk.
Decla : "Individuality and Honest Toll," X A Biles.
Decla : "The Telescope anil the worlds to be seen
by Its use," T II Kirk. :
Deela : "Nature," II F Atkins.
Com : Miss Fanny Daniel, ot Davidson.
Oration: "Civilization," C v Robinson, of Mont
.- 2 o'clock, P. M.
Ora : "Lire and Its Mission," Walter M Kirk.
Com : "The Graces" Mary E Calloway.
Ora: "Christianity and Political Progress" Wm
Com: "Sijns and Omens" Ainy Walstner.
Ora : "We must educate" D M Hix, of Randolph.
C-nm "Formation of Character" Miss s J Shaver,
Ora: "National and Geographical Limits" John
Ci : "Mli-age of Life"-Miss Llllle D Klri.
Ora : "Great Men" W R Harris of Montgomery.
Song by the School, "We'ie going home to-mor-
Rut the climax of the occasion was re
served for the last, and may be stated
By Rev. Authur Atkins, Mr. Oliver Cromwell ; in Concord, dav before yesterday after
IIamu.ton, principal of tUe school, and Miss Liluh i , . . "...
D. kikk, Uauguter of Mr. W in. Kirk
The ceremony took place on the ros
trum, iu the presence of the audience and
much to the surprise of many; for although
the marriage was talked of in the neigh
borhood as a probable event at no dis
tant day, it was not put down in the pro
gramme for this occasion. It was, how
ever, a pleasant incident, and friends
crowded around the happy pair to offer
Dut to return to the school : The exer
cises were neatly conducted, and the per-
foi niance of pupils altogether as good as
ever met with iu other similar institu-
tions. I would like to mention several j it up he would kill her. When they ar
whose orations or essays were . of a high rived at the house, Nicholson flourished
order of merit and rarely excelled by the
pupils of our Seminaries and Colleges.
But to be invidious could profit no one, J words passed between the parties, inl
and it is therefore sufficient to say that I mediately after which Nicholsou ran
all did well, and reflected much credit on ! around the house and fired at the woman,
their preceptors and those through whoso
wise and liberal patronage this institu
tion was gotten up. It is exerting a fine
influence in the community and must ac
complish much good.
The next term of the school opens on
the 29th of July.
A notice is duo the "Concord X'ornet
Band," whose musical services were se
cured for this occasion, and fully met
every reasonable expectation. They came
down in a line band wagon, making quite
a showy display, and were strictly true
to themselves as gentlemen and to their
profession as musiciaus. They were ac
companied by that fine looking white
haired old citizen of Concord, General
Means, who very justly felt much pride
in the musical success of his young towns
men. The music struck my car unskill
ed, I confess as of the clear and distinct
order. I 'menu that it was not such a
villainous jumble of sounds that you
could not tell what was aimed at. I have
heard band music which neither charmed,
edified, nor instructed. This was good in
that you could understand it.
The students gave an eutcrtaiument in
the Institute building iu the evening and
many of the young people attended it.
The writer was then on the opposite side
of the river, a mile or more distant; but
the music of the baud was often wafted
over by the shifting breezes, and he knew
the young men and maidens were haying
a pleasant time of it.
A widow, aged about 50 years, at
Springfield, Illinois, May 31st, killed her
daughter, a beautiful girl of 16 years,
and then herself, with a razor. They
were highly esteemed, and no cause for
the bloody deed is yet known.
The coroner's inquest, which was held
over the body of Kate Barringer, the col
ored woman who was killed in Concord
last Friday, by Win. Nicholson, after
a long discussion decided that Hei.ry
Etheridge was accessory to the crime.
J Charlotte Ohferver.
ViUUtca (loioa) Review i :'-Witli the same
subtlety with which the government was
managed prior to the rebellion , by the
Democrats, they are trying to undermine
her institutious to-day.M
Ah! noy. friend. The Democrats are
powerless without the South, and the
South has done with rebellion, as you call
it. But the Democrats are working for
the re-establishment of Republicanism on
the basis of the national constitution, and
an houest and economical administration
of the government. Nothing more aud
"Those peaceful brethren iu the House
have passed the bill providing for the re
duction of our staudiug army to 20,000
And they did right. It cuts off a use
less expense and diminishes the tempta
tions for Executive interference with the
rights of the States.
The following from the same paper
shows how they make roads in Iowa :
In full force we "turned outcast ThursT
day, Friday and Saturday, to work the
"Cowgill" road. There were farmers aud
merchants, lawyers and mechanic--, stock
men and grain dealers, livery men and
draymen aud editors. Such .pitchiug of
dirt aud cleaning oil of spades, aud sitting
down while we did it, was never known
to the editorial profession before; and
then, dinner; we were. exhausted that
we could not eat enough at the tlrst table
aud as a consequence the last table had
to suffer the presence of the prolonged
editor and muscular grocer. This was
one day, and then no more editors and
hgrocers were seen iu tiio iield. The far
mers did valiant Rervice with their teams,
many of them putting in three full days.
Of course the road is much improved, but
the work must not stop here; there re
mains much to be done on this road to
keep it in repair and on the other roads
leading into town to put them into passa
Washington, June 3. General li. C.
Dunn succeeds General Pelonze iu the
The news from the In.lian frontier as
reported at the War DejKirtment to-day
is that General Sheridan telegraphs that
there is much alarm at H.'Utou as to the
situation, condition and intentions of Sit
ting Hull, who is thought ready to cross
the frontier and again start upon the war
path from the Upper Columbia.
The news comes that the Nest Pcrces,
under Chief Moses, are. anxious to begiiJ
another war. The Piute Indians are in
the same frame of mind and are itching,
for the war path. The military sfnd civil
authorities are doing all they can to pre
vent an outbreak and are making cvery
preparation for the protection of settlers.
It is stated that Potter's committee has
summoned Minister Stoughton from Rus
sia aud Ivasson from Austria.
The Confederate Memorial Association
will decorate the Confederate graves at
Arlington o:i June 13th.
THE COXCOKD MUilDER.
The Shooting of Kite Unrriatjer bff Win.
XichokonA Terrible Story.
The particulars of the terrible murder
I ih'oii, n;ic jum ueeu reeeiveu ill mis
city. It seems that William Nicholson,
a citizen of Concord and a native of Ca
barrus county, left Charlotte iu the after
noon, accompanied by Henry Kthetidge,
who some time ago drove it dray for Mr.
H. T. Huttler, and the two arrived in
Concord about (5 o'clock. They went
from the depot to a bar room and got
some whiskey, and then started, as they
told some one, to hunt for a negro woman
named Kate Harriuger. They found her
,'m a house near the depot. Nicholson al
leged that she had 30 of his money, and
had threatened before if she didn't give
j his pistol, and Ktheridgo pretended to
I have a warrant for tho womau. Some
the shot taking effect in the left eye.
She died iu a tew hours.
Ethiidge was arrested soon afterwards,
but Nicholson attempted to make his cs
sape. He was pursued by the sheriff,
fired at several times, aud after a long
race, was caught and put in iail.
Nicholson was at one time a young man
of high character, moral and industrious,
and is well connected. He has however,
been very dissolute iu his habits the last
few years, and it wae generally known
that an improper intimacy had existed
between him and the murdered i,womau
Char. Observer (Jan. 2.) '
THE FLORIDA INVESTIGATION
COMMITTEE PASSES TIIliOUGH.
The congressional committee, appoint
ed to investigate the Florida electio
frauds, w'ith their clerks, sergeant-at-arul
etc., came into the city yesterday on the
noon train, and after dining at the rail
road eating house, left by the Charlotte,
Columbia 8c Augusta railroad. The com
mittee left Y alungtou bu inlay evening
at 9.30 o'clock, coming via the Virginia
Midland route, and expect to arrive in
Jacksonville, Florida, Wednesday morn
ing, soon after which the investigation
The following named persons consti
tute the party :
Hon Eppa Hunton, of Virginia, Chair
man : Hon Frank Hiscock, of New York,
Hon Wm M Springer, of Illinois, con
gressional committee ; C H Sargent, of
Ohio, and C H Barr, of Pennsylvania,
deputy sergeants-at-arms ; Joseph Bailey,
of Pennsylvania, stenographer ; R H Hen
derson of Virginia, clerk and A P Thorn,
of Virginia, messenger. Char. Od.
A little negro child was drowned in
a branch near Monroe one day last week,
while attempting to follow some larger
At the Unity Manse, May 29th. by the Rev. K. W.
Boyd, MrTHOM. soorr woon and Mrs7 Maror:t
Vlaa S t m,i . v . .
inthe4h year of heraCWaiaSirnaUy aorulaS'
nJiZ,AicXS'Illy a day or two al the family aD-
enw-nodin?eruQUlaftw a0" before h
died. How often, in thftsA rt.w ,i.iz. L"r.
without warning. u wme
An Undeniable Truth.
You defterve to snffor nl ;rvn,.
erable, unsalisfaclory life in tills beautiful
Wftrm tt la l.nti..it. ! i. .
. vuur own una ana there
ia only one excuse for you, yourunreaaonable
prtjiidice and Bkeptici-m, which has killed
thousands. Personal knn.-l..l n,l
. " mm- VWIUlliUH
nense reasoning will soon show yon that Green's
yi.t.i r niwir wui cure you of L,iver Com
plaint, cr Dynpejwia, with all its miserable
effects, such sm sick headache, palpitation of
the heart, sour stomach, Jubitual cwliveness,
dizziness of the head, nervou prostration, low
spirits, &c. its salts now reach every town on
the Western Continent and not a Druggist but
will tell you of its wonderful cure. You can
buy a Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Three doses
will relieve vou.
Hobble and limp no wort, but hang vonr
crutches on the old oaken peg, and seize" the
first opportunity to be permanently cured.
Your Rheumatism, Contracted niusclep, Stiff
Joints, Frosted Feet, Headache, Earache.Pain
in breast, Mde arid back, will yield to that
powerful remedy, long and favorably known
as Con-wens' Lightning Liniment, which is
good for both mail and beast. Price 50 ceftti
a bottle. For sale by C. 14. Barker.
All those suffering with Hemorrhoid., or
Piles, can safely reTy on being permanently
cured if they will use Tabler's P.ackeye Pile
Ointment, which is sold by all Druggists for
oO cents a bottle. For saie bv C. Ii. Barker.
"Give us this day our daily bread," and 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, they 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 the dyspeptic sees only gloom
end stumbles and growls at even imaginary
objects. The world still needs rwo or three
new kinds of medecine before death can be per
fectly abolished; but that many lives have been
prolonged, and many sufferers from Liver dis
ease, Dyspepsia and Headache, have been cur
ed by Mekuei.Ii's Hefatike. is no longer a
doubt. It cures llendache in twenty minutes.
and there is no question but what it is the most
wonderful discovery yet made in medical
science. 1 hose afflicted with Uillioiisness and
Liver Complaint should use Merk ::i.l's II ep
atixe. It can be had at Theo. F. Kluttz',.
The Woman who rejoices in salad and ice
cream, hot cakes and warm pie
The Student who cats hastily and sits down at
once to active and mental labor;
The Business Man who bolts his food in eager
haste and hurries to his counting room ;
The Hard Drinker could look at the deleicate
glands, swollen and festered with disease, that
cause the throbbing brain;
The Lawyer, the Minister, the Merchant, and
nil who lead sedentary lives and are subject to
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Constspatiou and
These only knew what Meurkl's Hefatise
Foil THE LiVKii will do for their relief, and
how quickly it cures there would be much
less suffering than at present.
The great Liver Medecines for sale by Theo.
Corrected by J. M. Kxox & Co.
May 22, 1878.
Cotton dull Middlings, 89
low do 78
Bacon, county, hog round 7
Butt eh 1320
Chickens -per dozer. $1.502.00
Corn new 45a47
Meal moderate demand at 4850
Wheat good demand at 1.00&1.10
Flouu best fam. $2.5082.00
Potatoes Irish 7o
Onions no demand 75
Apples, "dried - 34
See au 1012i
No. 12 N. Eighth St.
St. Louis. Mo.
Who hu had greater wpwltnw 1A the treatment of tha
exual troirt.lrtof bolh male and female than anr physician
in the Wet, Kivci the raulti of hi lone ana cucceMful
practice in hia tw e mew wurka, juat published, entitle.
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Booki that are really GaMee aa4 PIMtraeten in all mat
ter pertaining to MankMd and t vmaafcooa. and upply
want long felt. They ere kn-aaur.il y lli.rtratea. and in plain
lei.jruaffe, eaily understood. The two book embraeeMS
page, and contain t.laable Infoeai.tloa for both married and
ingle, with all the recent improvement in medical treatment
Head what our homepaper ay : "Toe knowledge imparted
in Dr. Bull.' new work it in no way of questionable char
acter, but i eomething tkut ereryoa. tb.ala kavw. Tba
l..th. the victim of early indltcrebon i tk. la.otneTwie
perfi-etly healthy maybe, put with wanlngyigpr intherrime
Ot Ute. ana iae naoaa, in nuern
to." St. lyoun journal.
riFLLAR fkicu 60 eta. each 9
rrom ine many ui ner au u lieii
both in one volume, $1 1 in cloth and!
miU 0 ... tout nnder Mal. oni
receipt of price ia money or itmmpa.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
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iieiye lalforsemCatUe, Hort.t.heepnd Fowl
AVID E. jE'OXXTa. rro Btimore. lid.
IN THE SUrEKIOR COI UT.
M. K. Chaffin, admr. of J. Wallace Cannon,
W V Cannon, Geo A Cannon, L E Gainex,
wife of tt S Gaines, J Wealey Cannon, Martha
A Cannon, V C Cannon, Tin A Cannon and
Willie Emma Cannon, heirs sit law, iJela.
retition to sell Land fur Assets.
Upon the afnJavit of Plaintiff, it is ordered
by ihe Court, that publication be made in the
"Carolina Watchman" for six Biiccerive week,
nctifving W F Cannon, one of the defendant,
who i anon-resident of the Sute, to appear at
tl.o .. nf tlipplerk oftlie Suuerior Court of
tf 1 1 a VUww v
aid county om Monday, the 11 day uf July,
187a, and answer tne complaint wmcn win ue
fil !n tlio nhove entitled action, within ten
UIVU a -w- - w - ' . .
days from the date hereof, and if he fail lu
..naor tli rvkimdaint. the IMaiiilifl" will apldv
to the Court for the relief demanded in ihe
Witness, II. ! I"-'" Aitu,
Clerk Snperior Cnri ,( I .irie County.
?A f 7.
Don't neglect to call on a Plrler at the
Book Store for all kinds of Cook wanted. The
best quality and latest styles of writing paper
kept here. Also the renowned Simrcr Sewing
Machine can be had here at from 35 to $10.
He respectfully invites all to call and examine
goods ind machines. ll:ly.
BEWARE OF OLD SE
I HAVE JUST ItECEIVED
FRESH -GARDEN SEEDS,
Put up specially for me by the
rtolaort Bulat, Jr.
with my name and the date pri ded on every
jtajter. Every paper has 1873 plainly print
ed on it. No other dealer in seeds liere ha3
dared to do this. 'Forewarned is forearmed,
and if you buy old seeds now, it is because
you won't have your ryes opened.
One. word more: Bimst's seeds arc the
only 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'; cts por lb At Kluttz s Drug Store.
Early Rose and Peerless Potatoes
only $i.50 per bushel At Klwttz'a Drutr store.
Ool.len Millet. $2 per bush.; OrcUard Crass, $?. Also
Blu- 'Jrass for yards, Herds (irass. Lucerne, Sc.
At Kluttz s lJni 5u-rt
tAyer's new brand, the " DAISY " cijrsr, is the
best la the market, eta parh nr siv for
Try them : Manufactured expressly for, and sold
only at Klutz's' lru store.
Blacto ani Henderson,
SALISBURY. N. C
Januav22 1 87G tt.
5 P. V
SHOP connected with Brown & Verble's livery
St -Abies. C"14 dsi','ns or Shoes, to suit anv
stiape or root. Allhljoeln,? on strictly sclent ine prin
ciples and WARRANTED. All kinds blacksmltliln
promptly done. 1
NEW LIVERY STABLE
ON LEE STREET.
Complete in all its Details.
CRAWF0RD & HOLMES
Come forward with ample facilities to accom
modate regular and transient customers.
They have splendid stock horses and vehi
cles for pleasure or business rides. Can fur
nish any outfit required. Will send travellers
on their way to any point. Will board and
groom horse by the day, week, month or year.
Will fill orders fur hauling. Will buy nnd
sell horses. Invite Drovers to come 10 the
best and cheapest stand. They propose better
services for less money than ever before given.
Will buy grain and provender. And a they
are in for a lively business they say to all
Come and try us.
J AS. R. CRAWFORD,
1C: CII AS. HOLMES.
E. H. MARSH'S
SALISBURY, N. C.
Having my Foundry in readiness, I am now
prepared to tlo all kinds ol Casting in either
Iron or Brass. All kinds of Engine and Holier
Work done with dispatch; also all kinds of
Agricultural and Mining Machinery built or
repaired to order. I am also prepared to Dress
Lumber, make all kinds of Mouldings, make
Sash, Blinds and Door. Sash, Door, and all
siaes of m-mldings, kept constantly on hand.
A stock f Lumber always on hand or furnish
ed at -horl notice."
A 16 Horse Portable Engine and Boiler
for sale at my shops.
Work guaranteed, and at prices to Miit the
In the matter of A.J. Mock. 1 r T, , .
Bankrupt. j J'rvplry.
By virtue of an order of tb District Court
of tho United Slates, for the Western District
of Nirth Carolina, the undersigned will sell at
Public Auction, at the Court House dwr in
the Town of Salisbury, on thelirst day of June,
1878, a IToumo and Lot in the town of Salis
bury, adjoining the premises of William Over
man and John M. Cofiin being the Iot and
Residence of said Bankrupt.
Terms Cash. Dated this 1st day of May,
DAVID L. BR INGLE, Assignee.
John S, Htssnr.usox, 'Irusu-e. 28:1m.
GET THE 1SESL
The Raleiah News.
DAILY, one year,
WEEKLY, one year, -
a 1 1 k. i
HTScnd Tostal Card fjr Sample Copy.
AJdress THE EALEICII NEWS,
- IMeigh, N. C
P U r
J. D. McNEELT,
Grocery, Mm ani Commission
Agent for the wle of Fettilizew, Lira.
Sawed ShingleVand Mountain Produce, liny
and ell Cotton, Corn, Flour, Meal, and aU
kirtda of country produce on coramisiion.
Highest prices guaranteed. Agent fur tho
celebrated English patent
Will keep a umall awortment of Faniilr
Groceries. Call and see him at his new atatuf,
three doors below KIuttzVDrug Store.
ratBi to Cure!
EXNISS' CHICKEN C HOLE 11 A Cri:E
or money refunded if directions an
PRICE 25 CENTS, at
ENXISS1 Urn- Store-
J. T. Moore.
A. A. THOurycx.
MOORE & THOMPSON,
Special attention paid to the aale of
Consignments Solicited. Highest Price
Befers to Citizens National Bank, Raleirh.
N.C. - 22:3ms.
THOS. H. VANDEBFORD'S
Gr.OCEUY AND CONFECTIONERY STORE.
Gentlemen and Ladies' Fine fori a
Havlnsr eng-agd the services of a t'rrt flass work
man, we are prepared to turn out the tintM und beet
styles of city-made goods, and at prices to vult tho
Uras. Constantly on hand an assorted stock ot
superior material, ( all and examine our wrk.
Sali-liujy, Feb. 14, 1379. No. 17:t.
STOP At THE
SALISBURY K. C.
C. S. BROWN, Prop'r,
Late of the National Hotel, Kureifih.)
Ir AT HOME AGAIN.
JIaving leased ilus liouse for a term of yearp,
1 would be pleised to have my friends call and
see me. It wiil le kept as k FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL iy EVERY RESPECT.
Board: Two Dollars Per Day.
fisroMxinus at every train.-sbs
Large Snrnjile Rooms for Commercial Trav
ellers. TRY ME.
C. S. BROWN. Jit.
W. O. SHELBURN, j Clerk.
January, 1st, 1878. Il:tf.
BROWN & VERBLE'S
Liverv & Sale Stables.
Will convey passengers to and from any oint
with the best stock and vehicles.
THE TRAVELING PIJBLIC-
will find it to their inlm-st to call iixn tlieu
before making arrangements elsewhere.
trovers and Traders
will fn.d at this esialdi.-liinent good lot, an
stables, and plenty of j;ood hay, fodder, ori
Those wishing turnouts for pleasure driving
will find the lct accommodations at these
Mr- J. F. Webb will alwsvs be found at the
P.-l L. 1 ....... . -i
SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(At -Mclntyrc's Farnittne Rooms.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL ANI) SEE HIM.
THE BEST TR I M M I N C SHEARS EVER
Having purchnfed the riht to sell thin ffIe
S5 00 i ljral1 '" 'l,'-' tolikhil ,;f l.J'Vail
1 ' nfTT11'' '"vll- poi lii- .ultjitioo totltiai valuaLl
i impleineiii, alriioM iadisjtt-iirable to a tuau dlin
h;. fruit trves to irim. lV-rnoiis louing to u
tr bliy i( ,11!iy ca al IcttlUjE i,,dlemn'
1 Stun-, Saliltirv. I'rice for the impltTn W Ji.d
j fariu rii,ht'io u:.kr i.d i.-.- .l.s.m.e, !r-t.
I 2(k3m KRAT'E Lt)V.'NU?4