'jaiUlry Silver Cornet Band re--ort
a pleasant trip to the headof the
Joad tbey returned Wednesday.' Js- - t
prof. W. H. Xeave lias written for Band
m.2" an Overture to "Christian Eeid"
also a "Jim Wren Quick Step."
Dorsey Battle says, 'Salisbury is sweet
1fl ita gadness and solacing in its souibre-
jjess." YouDorsey: -uuck-c., uu-
Jjrovn & Verbjf , livery stable men of
'tlii r,:ue' aru ru"ui"S a li" of carriages,
busies, &c, from Henry to Asdieville, iu
onugction. with the fast night train.
f l,e ''cold wave" predicted at tho Wash
r;,r.0U weather signal station struck this
,7ireTues.la.v 'night.- We have had two
Vliful dau-and eights.
. IHt- '
Parties running excursions from this
,iut to the head of the AVestei u Road arc
bavin" it lively among themselves. They
have Their bi-ns swung ncrs the street
ud stack on the public w4l, &c. Look
foK up the street yon would think ftome
thins of great in.port.wa,.to take place,
btinVoidy nn exnrion.
. : o
. have tho advauce sheet of "The
"nfubary News," a new oaoer soon to be
published in tl.U place by Mr. J. J.
Qunutz. 'Mr. QuanU has. had some con
.1 ;....ii,iiiii w 'miiimHsm. and
BHU'iauiC ... j- -j
trill no doubt be v. valuable accession to
tin- fraternity. ' His ;.pcr will be Lknio
nitic in politick Pi ice $1.50 per year.
Tkhsonal. Ii-d mid lady
aud their relative?, the Misses Lynch, of
Cohimbia, S. CJmve beli sight-seeing
in the .mountains for several days re-
-r 1 1...
turned last ueiio-csuaj. -
Mr. J. N- if- Sumnierell, Mrs. Dr. J. J.
rimiiue:tir7Mis8 Lizzie Brown aud Willie
Wiley, left Salisbury to visit .Mitchell's
Peak 'on the Black, last Tuesday.
r ' r A goodly number of our citizens are
travelling i the mountains we nave
hei-u able to -i t a complete1 list.
(Jreat things weie'expected of the nc
Ktnt iutuiici;yl officers of the town, but
the hopes of their most sanguine admirers
liuve dwindled Wautifully less. There
- (stmus to he no hope for a swine, law
'though there are already laws allecting a
certain class "of these rooters, which is
uot enforced. Why it is thus we cannot
i'r The weather has been hot, health!
- pioii, and cabbage, beans, and 'raters
plenty, and senppernong wine cheap. It
"is not for us to say how much iMtluence
drie'tinyfi have had ou the orprology of
oui city fadders. -
' ' . o
It fins hern Our. idea sure to visit the
head of the Western North Carolina R. R.,
again. , '
We find that Maj. Wilson, Ties, of the
" - - . i7
,lie '.'pcu force" besides, to hasten the
eomph tion of this great work. Resides
this, he will put a number of hands ou the
4lii t road between Henry and the top ot
tin? mountain in the Swauauuoa Gap, and
grade it . uirely, so that passengers going
-jiver to AsheviRe, or other points west,
'-. will have no occasion for complaint even
of tlie-stage. road. This we consider to
'baa very wise action ou the part of the
Ptrsideut; for by "railing this road he
will make" the usually tiresome ride to
Artheville, a pleasant drive of a little over
four hours. We learn that he will soon
make the tii-weekly tiain uow making
quick couftection with the R. (c ). R. R.,
a daily, aud will also put the mail on it.
Jiy, this arrangement, the mail willccnch
AsheVille about !libufs earlier, iu the day
instead of tlie night, as it is .at present.
1 i. is arrangement w ill probably take efe
feet about tlie 1st of Aiigust. -:
- ' - AT H KX RY
you will find that excellent hotel, the St.
Jleruard," presided over by Mr. Wm.
Sprague. We have never seen iu all onr
travels a more obliging, kind and gener-
on host. Pai ties stoppin- nt Ilemy have j Mfsrs Editors :-I crave a small space
only to let their wishes j.: kiwwn and if! in your paper to say u woul i:i vitidica
itv the power of Mr. Sprapne.--or his atren- I tion of myself :
- tive clerk --Mr. Bulow Krwin. it will he
' - ot.p EORT.
. ,VV Rjient tv short time in Ohl Fort also.
The hotel hero-has chnnged huml.-i Mr.
W.rJ. palai),. is now the Proprietor. For
. thta'plcasitnt place we will, sir; that "they
fare, sumptuously every d:y." Parties
le-Hiiqg.to sjM?nd a month ju t; nioun
tairis Conld nofflnd a more pleas-.tnt piaro.
Tl.re sublimely, beautiful part of the thing
u that yon cauUvcdiw per there than ut
nome. -s ' -
''fhe greateat improvrnipnt in Old Fort
is the erection of a largeFurniture mak-
- hig. e8tahli!imetit. "Mr. Calais, in the
strperintendant for the company. Though
- ft)baildin is not yet completed, they
mm 4ttakn.....4 1.. A. . I l
' luiiuiii; iiiu ,1 large iimonni oi ineniier
grades of furniture, such as walnut ciiatn
Kt snits, tlressing ca?e-, bureaus, wash
Bt.ands, Jcc. We notice that thia factory
1 BltTllkl iia1 ll-5tl nil iUr. 1 ....... . A !...
.Ui,.iuiu nil iltl IliC MltM ilim UfJl
iinprotetl tuachinery, viz: planing ma-
chins, Urrning iathes, tennoui and frie-zeroii4.in-hulduig
sawg njortacfn'; machine, Bonlt'g j-unuel-liug
tnd earring, dove-tailing and bracket
.machine," jankejr loye-tailer, biriug,
'nnmlding and hand-planing and joining
and beveling machines, &c. In connec-;:.-.nvitli,-the-.ma0tifactury,
a saw mill
, i aliu.'run. A horse-power engine
ran9 all thia machinery. With these fa
cilitJe;iti(l Jhe ueantiful walnut wood
growiiig in'pryfusiou on'all the hill sides,
they ought and do make a pretty, s
good and cheap furniture as can be
hpnght elsewhere. McrchaiitR, wlioles-ile
dpaler autl private, partie can have this
statement verified by writing to the aUoye
Uamt.d jnpti Other thing we had pro
poedffi iuejitjon,'lnt gpace forbids will
ave'up'for another time
BUSINESS IiOCAIi COLUMN.
OO KA We have made arrangements
O V. .'witli the publisher of that excel
lent'Agricaltural Magazine, '"The Caro
lina Fanner," nt Wilmington, N. C,
by w hich we are enabled to offer it and
the Watchman" for $2.50 tr year. A bet
ter bargain is rarely to be had. Send in
Dr. IL' "P. Besseut is at the Boyden
House. He will be glad to see. all hi
friends aud the Vest of mankind, provided
they will have something done iu the
Dentist's liiie. -
He think you ought to come and we
him; for you need it badly. Come imme
The second Session of this School will
commence Aug. 5th 187d. Tuition, $2,
$2.50 and $3 a mouth. Bills presented
Salisbury, N. C, July 10, 1373.
CLEAN, COOL AND COMFORTA1JLE!
Kestler's Beer Garden.
In rear of A. Parker's Variety Shore.
ElegantJy furnished pTeasantly arrang
er!; always a cool breeze: ice-cold Dee:;
the best wines and liquors, easy chairs,
aud all' the late papers.-.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN".
Come and spend a pleasant hour. -Kesj
33: " ' W. II. KEsTLEIi.
The grandest of all Excusions to West
ern N. C. will be run on the 6th i-nd 7lh
of Aug., bv JULIAN & O'NEAL.
JO FIN S. UEXDEKSOXESQ.
We n re n n th or ized - to a n n on nee t hi s
geufleman as a caifdidate to represent the
30th "Senatorial District in the next Gen
eral Assembly of the State. 3$:jtf.
yf ANTED. Yon fig man a Correspondent
'jMiid Afol at SuliiMiry, N. Cai-in
iiie in e;c!i ik ij!horin town. - G..nl pay fur
aetnal H'.rk. An Irons wild references (Mump
fur answer; .Mercantile llnrean, Chicagoj lil.
To tho Voters of Rowan County. .
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election to the ofiiee of High
Sheriff of Rowan County, -at "-.the ensuing
August election, and will, I think, be able
to satisfy the people tint I am acting iu
C. F. WAGGONER.
May 22, 1878. 31:te.
For tae Watchman.
Smith Gr.ovn, Davis Co., X. C.
July 22, 1378.
As many persons have asked me if
there was an error in the report of the
vote in the Senatonal contest wnien oc
curred at'the couniy convention of Davie
held at the Court House in Mocksville
June 1, -1373;' I beg leave to submit the
folloUing-statement, in my official capac
ity as secretary of said meeting:
The county convention was composed
of delegates from the several townships,
six in number, regularly appointed at the
primary meetings. After organization,
on motion, the different townships retired
separately aud recorded the result, of their
voting on sl'ps. The result was read out
in public by their different secretaries or
chairmen and the slips handed iu to me.
For Senator for 30th District.
J. C. Foard was recommended by Ful
ton, Farmiugtou and Jerusalem townships
J. S. Henderson was recommended by
Mocksville and Calahan townships 2
J. H. Clement by Clarksville township
lly mistake the vote was recorded and
called out for Foard 4, for Henderson J,
for Clement 1. I was immediately ap
proached by delegates from Mocksville
and Cah:haii townships who" claimed an
error. An examination of the written
slips, which aru yet in my possession and
subject to the perusal of any person, e'on
vineed me of, my error, aud 1 promptly
corrected it. 'In the noise and confusion
of a rather disorderly meeting, many per-
J sons tete probably uot aware of the er
ror, or its correction. Kcspectluily,
Lkox H. Cash, Sec'iy.
I At tne primary lm'tMin-r held lor r rauK-
lin Township u:i tlie ()ih day
lust, there was no ballot taken t'v
tor. NfitinT the name
f- Mr. John 0.
Fo.tt-d, nor that of Mr, 'Henderson
my-re-su-d in comiectiou with the
Soii?? one mentioned the snlj:ct, and it
was suggested that tho whole matter be
left open till the convention met at South
River, when and where it would be deter
mined whether it was UoWau" or Davie's
time to name the man. - '
Franklin To'.vasiip appointed til'ty tlel-
-?ttthe County Con venthm in Salis-
ourj- iieu uiecou euiiou uiciouiy loriy-
oneiotutr delegates answered to their
uames. e retired, sis it is well known,
several times, to ballot, before the whole
ticket was -"nominated. Whilst I" was
passing out of the Court House with our
delegation, to ballot for tlie last time
some gentleman j a ;ed me, why we did
not vote tor Senatir I replied, "Simply
because we have overlooked it." He
said "we ought to vote for Senator." I re
plied, "we will doso.' We retired to the !
jail lot ami took a ballot for sheriff, which
resulted iu favor of Bingham. I then
proposed to ballot for Senator, which was
agreed to. I proposed Johu S. Henderson.
Mr. Trot t propoesed Joliu C. Foard. 1
asked what Foard he-meant. Ho replied
"Old Cicero, gentlemeu, 1 want ': you to
iMhlerstand Old Cieero is 'running now."
This remarket! used some nierrimeut and
we proceeded to ballot, which resulted in
declaring Mr. Fotnd to be the choice. 1
acted as clerk and kept the tally, aud my
recollection is that there were only seven
teen delegates preset t at this balloting !
all of whom except ; two, voting for Mr.
Foard. I voted for Mr. Henderson and my
son did not vote at all.
Now, Messr Editors. In voting for Mr.
Henderson, I did uothiug more nor less
than every other delegate did, and had a
right to do. I "simply exercised my sacred
and iimlretralde lightens a freeman, in
voting tor thetnan ,f my choice. . No. one
found fault of .ino"lhen. No -one found
fault of them, for vuliugthcir seiitiments
but tor this act I am maligne t and tradu
ced, snarled aud snapped at l.j Mr. Foard
jo all. his speeches around. the county ;
and for no other reason, for sooth, tuan
the sole and only- one, that I exercised
my right as a freeman in voting (of my
choice, and that choice did not happen to
be Mr. Foard. We have been pointed out,
lv lifm" .11 Hio 'A:ii- dllll Kllll-" IV 111 I Vil-4
ted against him. ' I ask the intelligent
free people of Kowaii County 'if this is
the spirit in -which Mr. Foard ought to
come to our county aud ask them for their
'Noj a word about the South Biver
convention and I have done: r
There is no saue man will say that Row
an did not fully declare in her eoanty
convention in favor of John 3. Henderson,
he having received the nomination of nine
out of the eleven towi.ships. The con
vention appointed a. cominittei, whose
duty it was to appoint delegates to the
Sonth River feonVetitiou. They did so,
and appointed six delegates,, of whom, it
was either my fortune or.misfortuue to be
one, and that, uot -of my own seeking.
We met there and found a delegation of
eleven from Davie, high-toned, intelligent
men, who received us courteously and
kindly, stml showed a disposition, to do
everything that was fair aud right. One
delegato from Rowaq was unavoidably
absent, W. A. Luckey, Esq., whoso ab
sence we very much regretted. Oue of
onr meinWrs was elected to the ehair.
This let til only four 'to vote agaiust
eleven. But when Mr. Manuey made a
motion to allow Rowan to east 22 votes
and Davie 11, the motion carried in open
convention', eight for, and six against it ;
To n- Rowan, and four Davie men voting
in the affirmative. IfthVrewas an t!iii;
unfaif in this Why did Hot DaU', wish
her eleven deiegntes vore it down ! Th u
we proceeded to ballot for the; can lidate,
whereupon Mr. ll.-nder.-on received 2')
votes from Rowan (2 votes were contvd. d
Mr. Foard for Fianklin Township) Davie's j
vote was not counted inasmuch as their
chan-.nan refused to liana U in, and the i
chairmau of the conference, agreeably to j
,. !, , . :
parliamentary usages could not iveeivw
it from the bauds of anv other person,
This cniention was held in road ihiy
light ia the open air beneath the rays oft he
meiidiau sun and I will undeitake to say j "Give w this day our d iily bread," ind good
that no fairer convention ever has been, j meiecine io digt-a ii, l.oih reverent ai.ii lui
or ever ill be In Id under the canopy ofimm. Tle liuui.ui siomacli and live r are fruit-
Heaven. Cut Mr. Foard did not set the
nomination, and hence he is not satisfied:
He says the Rowan delegation' was pick
ed ini packed and were not representa
tive men. I suppose the committee who
appointed us knew their duty. They
knew full well that Rowan claimed it. as
tJieir time to name the man. Tn-y wan
ted men who would go there aud carry
out Rowan's views, and they would have
been a set of Jack Asses if they had not
selected such. We met there, and found
i'eaiful numerical odds against usj besides
a. heavy ouliide pressure from Jerusalem
and a port of Franklin Townships.
Much firmness and forbearance was re
quired at the hands of our little band of
Row a delegates. We stood, firm: uot
an angry word was spoken by one of us,
and with the aid of D.ivie count v, wec-n-
ried the day ; aad this is the sum of our i
oiTendinir. For this we are to be tra- i
tinted an I vi.lifed. I considered that
the ligh.s of Row-in -weie entrusted in
our hands, and had I proved recreant to
my constituents in not endeavoring to
faithfully ca.ry out their wishes,'! should
have felt that 1 merited the everlasting
contempt of the goiftl.' people of Rowan
It mav do i.n M'r. Foaad's neighborhood
to abuse a man for voting his honest sen
timents, but the people of Rowan will nut
tolerate such a course. ;
Finally, as to my own pi-r.-wnal fe-lirgs
towards . Mr. Fos r 1, 1 v i 1 1 sar, I have
always resjtected liini as a christian gen
tleman, and had tt beeii Davie's time to
name a man, and ho had received the
nomination, no out? would have support
ed him metre cordially than I. Indeed,
I regret to see hi:u occupying the position
he now does, and I think in voting
against him, I proved to hen better friend
than those over-zealous friends of his who
insisted ou his taking the field whetlur
he received' the, nomination or not, and
if he (Ix-ing in a fa'.se position) be beaten,
he will te forever laid on the. shelf. There
is no sane man that does .uot believe that
Mr. Henderson, the regular nominee, our
yallaut young standard bearear, w 11 beat
Mr. Fund three tu one iu tjie district.
And then, when they ee Mr.Fo,-ird seat
ed on the stool, of repentance, studying
the fuilutary moral lesson, that the pen
alty treads close on the heels oi the
transgression, those o cr-zealous ft tends
of his will legret that he was ever per
suaded into n false position.
,Yerv Respectful! w
V. R. Fit A LEY.
For the WatrfLnaD .
Mk.s$rs. Editors, Will you allow a
constant reader of your valuable journal
a small space touching that ctmdition of
onr ImmIv politic embraced in the new word
wliicl heads this aitielef What is inde-p'-ndeut-isni
f When we see it spinging
up till aioUud us like the Japan clover,
"j;msoii" weed, Canada ; thistle, copal,
wild onion, sheep-biier, sassafras, sheep
sorrel, broom sage -would it not be as
well to understand whether it be a healthy
or poisonous element -t,
Wjf, have heard of inuependent candi
dates till of our lives, but such candi
dates either generally put themselves for
ward or were put forward' on principle.
Thus iu good oh times, Judge Kerr ran
an independent whig candidate ngaiqst
Judge lieade, as opposed to the "know
nothings." Mr. V enable as independent
democratic eaudidate against Mr. 1ewis
on the public land question ; and many
other instances might Iks cited. But at
this time is there a single independent
candidate mailing to defend or' uphold
some principle not recognized by his for
ty No, for we all agree as to principles.
Then any and all merit of, or 'if "you
choose, paliation for independent candi
dates, has no existence. Tlie probable,
almost certain, effect of their course is to
divide and discract the party and let elev-euth-hour
run iu between, and as seu.-uble men (and
no others ought to be candidates.) are sup
posed to intend the pr-bable consequences
of their nets, how can such candidates (in
many instance good men) reconcile their
course to the dictates of patriotism, or
their professions of loyalty to -that party
and that al jno which can secure for us the
blessings of an, honestly administered
government f .
Cannot these gentlemen be induced to
foresee the fatal consequences o( such ac
tion f What is thep'roperTemedy f Some
times we are enabled JUi suggest s remedy
by ascertaining the. eatiift,. j Y,0Br corres
pondent respectfully, suggest that there
are two causes, or more accurately. a cause
and an inducement. '-'?- ' :
' The cause is fairly attributed to the
luanintilation by a handCal of meii.cf Ui
township primary meetings a meetitigts
called the five watt.'pn-turin'g'a full af-teudant;r-4dld..hU
fi tends,- and;irne
t fines Mi"fof ieir tlie . game succeeds and
the township declares for a man whom,
fjerhaps,. the .greater. oXfiflMvptera
ulf never before heard of. " T .
The ConntyiCouventiou, as a necessary
consequence, is a body.without will r au
thority and satisfies JU. functions by ad
ding and subtiactiug the township votes.
The syfetem of Ihe -primaries;" wliiteit
uiay be liouestly conducted, is so liable to
be thus' manipulated that it has originat
ed a deep seated feeling against .county
conventions, a feeling that the true voice
of the 'fiebple of the county has Wen ig
nored, and great color is given to this idea
when we reflect ujKm the fact that in
some instances gentlemen- of the highest
character and . unexceptionable, behavior
iu office have been without the pretence
of excuse, set aside for a new man
Rowan erhaps has uot been without
such experiences. The germinating prin
ciples of this noxious practice was un
doubtedly sown hy Senator Merrimon in
1872. Had' he failed in tliat memorable
contest, we should not have heard, except
very rarely, of independent ism.
His success agaiust the idol of our par
ty formed a precedent and sewed the seed,
the fniifc of which is now ripening. If
Judge Merrimon, who (leaving mt the
republicans) would have been the worst
defeated candidate , who .ever, ran forof
tice, coa'.tl with mere liaodfiil be elected
then, argues Mr. Dissatisfied, so can I.
So we see the inducement. I see no oth
er feasible plan, of settling these ditncul
ties than by referring them all to the State
Executive Central Committee.
IJy-the-by, if nothing is done, to stop
the epidemic, it will result in crushing
Vance without- heneh ting Merrlu.o i. fook-
ing to such a contingency,,, wo improbable
one, allow m to saygest t!ie name of t'le
Hou. Wa. M. Roiiiiixs as the dark horse.
.... . . i . e-n IT .
R3BiSUS, m tue tu year oi Ler age. Tle Ueoeasea
was a tla-i iuotuer, good luigubot aad a consi-
teat meiabcr of the Haul tstctntrcn.
" c" mmmmmt nniwi"wiii n mm
1 11 Murrtfs ot hie s eoinfort; i.r, disonlettd aiiii
iliseu-etl. llicy tingle inisi-ry :i1dii; ewry nvrvi
and ihrouii every artery. The man or woman
with tjiiod diyeMiuu see beauty as they walk,
and overcome o'uMuetes they mjet in the real
ine ol titV.-wnere the dyfjiepth'sees only ;l()(iii
end stuin'de and -jrowis ;it even i.aainarv
n!'jv."ils. 'fh'u Wurii nili int.!.- iro or thn-t
new kincU ol' modcine hrfuie tfeaih imii he per
Kdfy aliolinhe.'; h it tli.it m ;ay !ivt-s Iiave hedi
(irohmued, and in iiy nu'-ror- f n n t l,iv.r tir
e.ise, lKs',iepsi- :m l llcdachi:, Ivaw hevn ear
ed liy .M KultKl.ls Hepatink, no loner i
dnnht. It cures llfa-lneiie ia twenty niin;ilis.
and there i 'ju lin Inn w!ni it iilu- urns
won. if i fd di-eivt-rv yrt m t ie in tiK-di.-a :
MMener. fho.-'c' illlc'l. l wi;'i 1 J : ! 1 1 1 u i e- an,:
Liver Uo n,ii.ii..t .-.tio ihi Miomn-.j.i.'s !li:r
ATI N ti
lt ear? be had at Theo. V. KhitlzV
The Woman who rrj ir. '.: salad and ice
cream, hul cakes and w.u m t-:
The Student who ets hastily and siu down ai
once lo ac:ive anJ menial labor;
The Business Mm who lh)ltht fod in eager
I ! taste and hnrriea 10 his ei.untiii roum ;
The Hard Drinker could-look at the deleicate
plan ts, s.v ilien an ! f.-stered with disease, that
iau-e the llif j'-jbin brain;
The Lawyer, the Minister, the Merchant, and
all who (lead rfedeulary liven an I nie subject to
Dyspepcia or I n lie-ili jii, Constspation and
These only knew what Mkhp.ci.'h IIki'ATINE
KOU THE LlVKK wiil do for their rvlief, and
Ihw quickly it cures there would be much
less sddi-rin 1 ban ai present.
The ijrual Lik'er Medecines f-.r sale bv Theo.
Hyw sad tlialin our laily life wo neultct s.
in.inv i!in;s uei tvsary to imr well l)f tit-:. Tbf
in i it tl bu'iness with un eye only l bin credit
in the tiiiMtici.il world, tin. individual of elf
s.mt loi-'iire whnsv only aim is to arr.iy liinj
-f If to lite lnt advantaf, the yoint lady wliu
idly listtiiins; to sjirin'.- divine h.ariiionirs,
fit-Is not tiif a.tproauli ot disease in the ftliiig
ot" la!i"ior wliiidi .-scsses In r all alike H'.r
re:.dor io t-a-ily to the a I vanct'-nard of dir.
ease, wiicii, by a j'i iii i..tis in vestim-nt. iri Porta
line, or Taoler's Wiretable Li-vtr I'owder, a
!oo arrav ol ills i p it to rout. H iv Porta-
liiie, or T.d.h-r's Vegetable Liver lWder, and
i!id rid vonr-i.'ll of disorders ari-inj; from n
torpid liver. Price 5l Cents. For ale bv C.
People f a. 1 cl:i.eH will acknovIed.'e that
in this wurld much depends upon onr hnaneoit
eoiiditiv:i, yet hW nun wiHy leflect tliat our
lin.iiieiai comliiion ilepends upon our physical.
Yet it is even no, for who can labor without
health, and wlnrcau accumulate money with
out lalior ? Hence the importance of using
Cunsens' Compound Honey of Tar, wliiili isa
sure erne lor Coughs, Colds, and all diseases ol
the T hront and Lungs. Ueiuetuher yon can
buy a bottle of ' Corii pound Honey of Tar for
50 cents. For ;ile by C Ii. U.irkvr.
2Liver is King1.
The Liver is the imperial organ of the whole
hunnn system, as it eoijrwls 'h,e;lile, health an)
happiness' of man. Wlieti if ts drs;iirheVI iu its
pro jer act ion, all kin Is of itt'mAits are the
natural result. The digestion of fopd, the
movements of the heart ami blood, the action
of the brain aud nervous system, are all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
Liver. It has been successfully.- proved that
Green' August Flower in unequalled in curing
all persons nftlicied itli Dyspepsia or Liver
Complaint, and all the numerous symptoms
that result from an unhealthy condition of the
Liver and Stomach. S.tmple bottles to try, 10
cents. Ponitively sold in -all tonws ou the
Western Continents Three .doaea. wifl prove
that it Is jtfsl tvlfcu you want. - - ''
Corrected by J. M. Kxox & Co.
June 27, 1878.
Cottox firm Middlings,
low do .
a taut 9
Bacon, county, hog round
CnicKESS per dozen
Meal moderate demand at
Whkat good demand at
, , . 20
Flouk best fiim.
OjiroKS no demand
ePAlVffwl mmmmm mm .
All pern living in the corporate limiu of
the Town of Salisbury who are -object to pay
a poll tax to the Slat-; or -who owned r Wt.rV
rKMveswed of ral or personal pro-terty 6n
terst day of April, 1878, are hereby notified lo
list the name for tsrxation at my office in Mefo
neT ft Roper' Store befofe- July 1, 1878.
Failing w do so they will be futyect to double
B. F. ROG ERS, C. B. cf
June lat, 1878. 33:4t.""
Trustee's Sale of
ii virtue of a Mortgage or Detd in Tro;
executed by R. 11. Cowan and wife to JHmt
S. McCiiitbiii l.,tel 30;li March, 1870. and
retisterel in tlie ofii -e .f the Register of Deeds
of Rowan County, in look 4o, papo 100, Ac,
and ukui which default has been made, I will'
exjHse for sale at public auction at the Court
Home door in the Town of .Salisbury on Mon
day, the first day of July, 1878, at 11 o'clock,
A. M., the following real etle, to-wit: Three
3) tracts of I tiid, consUtiug ot4532 acres, ntore
or less, situated in Rowan County, adjoining
the land)- of Hubert Smith, Jame' JJ. tiibson
Allison Overeasb, the Nixon place and others.
One tract of 1JS acres, one of 203. acres, and
one of 1 29 acre; for houndi ies, aee hook 4o,
pagt? 100, Register's office, or the Mortgt; in
my paHSfe-Vmtt. The landfall jdn ami form
one of tlie most desirable plantation in the
county, on both side of the Lincvlnton
Uond ix miles west of Saliubnrr.
Termo Ca3h. Dated at "Salinburv this
23J dav of May, 1S73.
32: 5 1. . Trustee.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
Ard -merrsad for ilia tnr aad praveatiocaf
ijiMi-UKJi in JloriM, Cattle, H0aa.iLbec9.An0 Fowl.
U VI p a. i'OPT. Prop, TlUrmor e . tld.
J. D. McNEELY,
Grocery, Praflaca aad Commission
for the a lie of FertiiiA is, Lime, I
Saw-tl Shinsles, and Monntain Produce.
a mi sei iu . uir i. r luur. jiea . anu aii
i ii.-.. a ' IM r i I i
kinds of country prodm-e on euinmisiioii. !
lliytiest prices trnararitwd. Agent for the!
celebrated Lnlish patent
Will keep a small aortnietit of Family
( rroeei ies. t'allan 1 fv Uiv.t at 1 is new stand,
liiree d irs btlow Ivhuii's Dnig Store.
THDS. H. VANDERFORD'8
EGUOCERY AMD COXFECT-o.N EKY STOKE.
Gentlemea aii Laiies' Ftee Wort a
Having engaged the sen Ices of a first class worlc
todn, we are prfspareJ to turn out the iincst and best
styles of cliy-iuade goo-ls, and at prices to suit the
times, constantly on hand an assorted stock of
superior material, ca'l and examine our work.
Salisbury. Feb. 14, ls78. Xo. 17:tf.
BROWN & VERBLE'S
I IyerV & Stile StaWeS,
SALISBURY, X. C,
Will convey passengers to and from any point
with the best stock and vehicle.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will find it to their interest to call npon then
before making arrangement elsewhere.
Drovers and Traders
will liiid at this establishment good lots am1 j
.urihles. and olentv of 20od hav. fodder, oata
Those wUhinx tiirnouts for pleanre drivo
will tind the be.t aceornmodatio., at these
Mr- W, IL Kimball will alway l e found
the Stables and promises entire alisfnction
ill w.st nm era 42;tf.
- SALISBURY BOOK STORE.-' i
1T7A TT7 T'A'D'D Tfft-nY
OTXLiV. V JL VI x f AAWjJi
(At Mclntyre's Fufnitiue Kooins.)
BHSOHT NEW BOOKS
1 AT "
CALL AND SEE HIM. 9:tf.
THE BEST TRIMMING SHEARS EVER
ITvin- nnrchased the right to sell this cele
. ir tAtfuthinn nf HnirMi
,fiK Frnner in nine to-rnlnipa oi itowan
co mt v I invite public attention to thin vahiable
l.na frii't trees to trim
Mokmm icii iitii ii
or bnyit.may call at Knttr & Rendleraan'
Store, Salistmry. Price for th'j implecient and
the farm right "to make and use -be srtiae, 4.
'Si.-tm- G. FRANK DOWNCM ;
-ii -1- r i . ''fi.. 1
NOW: IS' THE TIME TO SUBSORIBB
I FOR THE ' WATCHMAN
t" - : T- r- T
y AiKinmb.t9 the next , - ;
friend of Mary A Atkinson, Petition to re
micor.. Plaintiff, move guardian.
. MgtA i- . n " p 1
Geo VT ijwicejfftod, gnarcTian, j " "
Upon the affidavit cf the Plaintiff, it in or
dered by the Court, that publication be made
in the "Carolina Watchman" for ail uccewive
weeks, notifying tlie defendant, George W
Swicegood, who a non-reident of the State
to appear at the.omce or the Clerk of the Supe
nor Conrt of atd county, oh Monday the lt
day of Jtdy 1878. a l answer the t-omplninl
which will le tiled in the above entitled action
within ten day frnm the date hereof, ami if he
f ull to answer the complaint, the plaimili wilt
apply to the Court fur the relief demanded iu
the complaint. -
Witne, H. B. HOWARD,
Jndse of Probate and CUrk Superior
Conrt nf Davie Count-r.
May 17th, 187S. 31:0t:pf $7. pd
E. H. MAESH'S
I fiTTTlTTI ITTnTiTrr
SALISBURY, X. C.
Having my Foundry in readout-, 1 am now
!repared to do all kindx ot Casting in either
Iron or Bra. All kind of Kngineand Boiler
Work done with dtt-U-h; al?o all kindH of
Agrk-ult'iral and Mining Machinery built or
re-wired, to' order. I am al?o prepared to Drena
Lumber, make all kinds of Mouldings, make
Saxh, B.'ind. and Doora. Hii.-h, Doorn, and all
fize!-ofmonlding, kept constantly en; b ind.
A tock of Lumber always on hand or furnish
ed at fhort notice.
A 16 Harss Portable Eneine ajid Boiler 1
. , " I
for sale at mv phopa. j
oth guaranieeu, ana at prices to imt the i
Blaclmer and HenSersan,
,Tanuay22 I87G tt.
SHOP coanected wtUi Iirov.ii Si Yerbiev Itverj
stables. t& 14 deslL-aa of Mioeci, lo o :it uny
suapeot foot. All shoeing on strictly &-lentiac prla-t
cipies ana WARRANTED. All tlads blaciCbviiiliUltg
promptly done. lKty
Thave just returned from the North
and am receiving my stock of goods em
bracing all the latest stvles of HATS and
B0XNETS, for Ladies, Mi w-es and Chil
dren. FLOWERS atTi BIBB0NS,Tn end
miMMIXU SILKS, LIS EX COLLARS
AS Ih CUFFS, FANS,
Zephyr Worsted Material for fancy work,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Neck W ear, Corset-,
a good slock of
Human Hair Goods, Ac., fcc,
- All longht for cash, which will enable
me to sell as low us the lowest.
-lheforc buying elsewhere.
a- MHS! S. A. GREENFIELD.
Opposite Ctaw ford's Hardware Store.
Having bought the county riht for the
''Tropical Fruit. Vegetable and 'mett l'reserv-
; im lJroce." I will sell receiies at $2. It
witt preserves barrel ot frutte or t-jetalUe nt
a rost uf p cents, and 1U0 lbs pork or beef fcr
5 cents, and the fruits, meat .aiid vegetable
retain their natural taste. T4ie"i.rocehS i- a
. . ' . . - - . - . .
dry one, simple and perfectly "harmlct, and is
used in ainict-l evcrv familv. -For'sale at
'26: - " I;NN1s;' prug Store
Davie Couniy- ,
M. 11. Chaffin, admr. of J. Wallaca Canuoo,
;dec'd- - riainhff, , , . . I
: v -y Annintt - . 1
i ir ii .. a. , t Y tr tr : '
t Snfiaror Salt
! wife ofli S Gaines, J Wesley Cannon, Martha i rc,lJ
! A Cantun, V C Cannon, Tho A Cannon and!' AtiAIXST . -
I Willie Emma Cannon, heirs xf L, J)eft$. : Lewis V. Browti ted Thomas E. Brr-wn,"'1
Petition to sell Laed forAssets
who is a non-resident of the State
the onjeeef theolerk of the Suj
, said county on Mo.iu?y. the tat day of JuK
18-8, and rw?r tl.e comply
filed n the ahoteent.tled actio wihn . .ten
t,i days wine .a e nenor aiia
to aruwef.tLe eorMnlainl, the t J(ifl will apply
J i Tml w
: to the Court for . the relief demanded
i cfnipiairi. , '
' i . i rrtii- t T
! 5 ; 1 : :
i i-v- --n.1 1, r
! Sparkling. Catawba Springs.
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. C.
This deirabI? wUriug pUee-will be "open
for s-tect visitora20th 187,1878. TheSprings
are situafecf' tieaf rTictory"i?tiilTon oil the
Western .orth Catolinn Uailroad.
The bracing mountain atmosphere, "" iihihc
health resioriiis properties of their watfi-, rrn- j
Invfrtids ftnlileanireitfeWnr '
The mineral waters euihrve bin- atvwaUe j
Sniphtir Had ChaUbente." It, ia the it.aridj
most extensively fitted tip wntt rii.tr jdi.ee in'
the State, tld eao aecomnjOdaie three Irtnirt d
' A good band f music will remain at the
! Springs during the Reason, ahn an tlfe facilitiea
! c lass wuterilic places' will he ofitred lo visitors.
- A ! M.ppJ V ot ce cons:an,.v on oano
. onvev;uire witt meei in -ran oanj ai
. ..v . , ... . .
. Hickory station 10 convey v.,or io tne
j.-aw. . .- r " t - I
wikf'iper dajrr ' Half prtcfor fhridmt and
- - . s
H riu iiumi tnrui-.ii"fi iui
Dr.JvO. ELLIOTT. ;
i 0rnetf ami Proprietor.
.- :,...i m ,t : -
. Mortgage DeClS IOr Sale liere
Lpon the affidavit of nainiiO. H is ordered V. V , --t
. : ry . .i . 1 1- .- i ' a i .i m I'- Brown, are Krtbv notified Uit Isaac
bv the Court, that publication bemade In the,, , . - .. - , :-ss,-ttu
t . t. t i Lverlv, as juafanin of Man r. Lverlv, .5Mlte
"Carolina Watchman" for Fir aiu-cwMve wetks, ; -. . , . . . u'n-'n
GREAT RERITTIOX IV PaifESt
Wc are the firt f 0 ofTrr
Firsl-Class Sewing MacIiineSe
at prteea w-;tlii the rjacb of all. WS'ILt.
MA,.IJ!!fi miV Ui' FAU1I.V SEWlXt
For Twehtv-Five Dollars
0n n ornamented Iron-Star anJ Trrad't, . witn
!nut r;a!id Dtawer,-and 'nectary Attart"
ntents. r.dtfc!lver it at any ltailroad Depot ia th
UniUd .States, ... . , , t
FREE OF CHARGE.
TIiwnaelfea are warranted to ?o-Mte wboI
fine of Family !t".vinK with more rpiituv. mora
ease or tuaue-eaietit, anC less fatigue to aWeper
ator. than any Miacliifce now ia ve. Th muLo
the l'ovr.LK 1-iatAD STtTcti Insuch aWtelww tbai
they avoid thn rtpcewftr of wndirr the ittrSer
i,iroad-and w,n frra naeat ciubric
heavtert overcoat cloth. 8cod for a circular mfi d
amide of sewins. , Every ipacluiie ,warr'aUMl for
-AUEXTS AVAKTED KVEUY WHERE.
CEXTESMAL MACHINE CO UmUfd,
47:ly. 73 Filbert St I'hiladuli bia.JPj
Greensboro Female College.!
Terms Reduced to Suit th$ Timet.
The 4-Tta 'euon will uegru ou Wedtiodav.
23th of August.
Char'jtrper 8es$ion of 20 weeks :
Board, (exclusive of washing and light), $50,
Tuition i;. full Engliid. course, $25.
Extr.1 rfndhs moderate.,,
Eur cutaloyue applv to
. .. . . .... . . TM JONES, I'rM'U.
: North Ca,rolina College.
Mt. Pleasant, CAUAp.nrs Cor.NTr, f, C.
Tft nexte.8ion bin MoIjat, Acocsx
'5, I87. The coil rse ot Httnlie U. full, both in
the Colle-prittf ami Academic JJrpart m ettli
corp . i f intru'toi nhle and . j i tu cd:
liri-t c, iKim iiihtitmion furtiifdie.- mij tri r d-
vantages lor oiii..i: in; a IIh.oj,!. t J.u"ial
and bii-inos duration. Tntlicn i n (Kii-ratr,
$2 to p r inon'Ji. i'.oard in priv .te faiui
lies Si to J9. At the(idlfe Hout utu-Uii
thil board in given l $5. Contingm fee u
low. Community morrd n ! !eati u hrslthy:
For catalogue and funbir particular ad
ni:v s. s. r mix, vm.
37: If. S.-c of the Kanrtryi
The Eall Session of this School '.'. i',tu c.i
Monday. July 29th, and continue""!'" ;vetk.'
Bates of Tuition Per Month :
Spelling ard Readingr, ite., fl.Od
Arithmetic, Gtography, EyliKh Oiaui-"
mar. Ac . Id5
lthetorit , Piiy-;c.-, Physiology. Btdany. U.OU
Latin. Greekr 'p-"., Geouielry. ic , 3.1K
Contiucnt Fee. Pt v Quarter . '25
Tuition payable at the middle-wind ci i-ef
the session. Student charged fi j-m. tiait f
eiitrauce to the end of ihe Sesaioii,. tu.Ieif.
there in a special contract.
Cool S-trir.ps is 12 mile's- Xrrlfi.Esit 'f
StatesviiU'.and is nor. surpassed for morality
a'idhcalUi. The water n delightuiiy edd
;. and pure. .
ILe I'n-Mi; at i. rt. expntcrfed tnLr stm
refi-rs lv atiiitia irl(v. K. F. Kockwdl.
Cfol SpVi,,sf N. ..; h'ev. J. JJ. Poot.f , State
Vi'in. X. (.-., tiWd ICev. Joseph Whvv kr. Ofin,
N. :. "
01e appfieati'ut to dHd and strict olxf!-
' ... 1 1 i . , : : .i .. : . .1 . it
i e'.i' t au HJ'-' art- posuio. reijuuvu oi-.iw
j l!onrddrim -Monrfar Friftar, 7 ent t
! V-00 per week. All the tinie.iiiclndoig wfsfc-
ins.li'S.OO t.$" 00 per month. There are
several vacant houses that can be -rented" on
reasonable terms. . .
For furLher puMcnlar apply t
JOHN JDUCKETT I'.-i & clia1,
3G:2m. " '
' tlOWall uOHIll J"
Isaac Lyerly, guardian of Mary Franewi J.T
erlv.'Jane Lvtrly.and Iaac Alexander Lyr
i;n" cli,,l aSIMft the Sultrier Ct-vct
ai. iiwal,-co.,,v, Slate of 'orlh Carolina,
of .... , "V, .... .... ...... i, -- -..r
, fJ R. )ltf frlrl
borrovrH raoher, wiih interest
e rare ofeMd perV.ent.i.er anV...
- j the 12t, darrtf Aueilrt. 1873. Tlf-id
- . .
Lewis V. Browh and fbonias Broun. r
r.eri-by required to appear at the Conrt-11 t-M.V
in Saluot ry. on 4lie elh Aionday after ile 4ttt
: sard term to artwer or demur to tne complaint,
! which ban been filed in the office of. the Ctrk
f the S"f trior Court of Kowsn county, r V
plair.tifl' w ili,apply fur the relief demand. d ip
The aid Lewi V. Brown and Thoma K.
Drowit 'are further noti. d that a Varrtnt,of
Attarhnutit against their properly in aid
Coiirty has been ined from the Superior
Coi-it of Kowa'n County on pplicatioiVf.4l.
plaintifH ret u i nable to )he suid Superip; Coyr(,
;i the Court-House in Sifuh-u-v, on tj.e.&tlt
M .fih.y hffer the 4th Mohdny of -prmb-f.
J. M. I ltit Alt,1
.. Clerk Snperinr Cvar 7"U1 UK:L
pf$10 . . ,
.. r.. ft
rer on-w a...n? i.. t y, , .y,
on i nner j.iie or x-roperiv unum uo ikm
I .. , ,j
j to call .on d w
ant for sohie of the brt Amencan 8 wdl
i u- riiLTUsii v. im : mi nr. vi.n i i i fc ;'
Ii. y r(.rA Sdliiburv, N". T."
. rMi. 1074
"iq ;r ?a
To make Title to Load, cod Llqrsr at,tl
, Mechanics Lien?, for ealc at tly'i Qfte,