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THURSDAYAUGUST 1, 1878.
As we go to press to-day the struggle
tpn reiralarly nominated and inde
pendent candidates of the Democratic
lrty in thu portion ot uie aww."""
i Mn the 'DemocraU and republicans in
tfie eastern ceuutie i drawing t close.
V. .hill not 1ms 8urirfel if Independent--
iat ba lost us several members in the
West,.nd as the republican voters or tne . wr party for elwtion to he
EMtuave preserved the semblance ot or- Uuitea state Senate! - ...
iriaixaUon it may safety "be calculated denouncing a caucus or convention ue-
Sanuauen .J ..r. - ;,, ...niu, llll4 4j believed a majority there-
that they nave ' y aDother, this uncing a-
that section, it not a n . - itiou of expressions of preference oy re-
The Asheville CUiseu is very ;and justf
lr severe upon iw ieiiow-uwu.- r- T
Thos L Clinjrman. After swung r
i. ltfrra attacking Governor Vance
and uTnC insubordination in the ranks
of the Democratic party, have been struck
ffin riiriilar form and are being distri
bute! broadcast throughout that section
by independent and Radical candidates,
a .., tihnir insubordination a
disregard of party rjniuiMtion will Ueu.
Clinirtuan be a canuiuaw -
CYPRUS AND THE EASTERN QUES
The N. Y. Times says, that the public
were far from supposing a few days since
that Paphos, the birth-place of Phoenician
Astrate, was destiued to become as cele-
hratMl in our century as when tue an-
From the Wilmington Star.
GRANTS TABLE TALK.
The intelligent correspondent ofthe
Philadelphia Ledger writes on the 25th :
inspection of all vessels thence is, there
fore, insisted upon, and this rule will be
The ex-President, who did vo ranch
evil and inflicted so much damage upon
the country, was for a long time regarded
as the silent wan, who kept his owu coun-
Mfl. and could not make a sneech. Since
cients worshiped the seaborn goddess un- , , from offi . . ..f atfd hectune a
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der the form or a conicai oiac . , . - 4i, i, t,OB ;mnmTM k;. aUUerea to tnroueiiouc tne Beasou. tu
probably an rolite. A PhcBuK-an colo- g .- abilit,.f and ha8 become : .?5,I? JK!
commercial interests to be cared for. Be-
Vw York Herald kpoitfi the world nrettv ( kiiIck. it mnr well 1m asked. If we had an
Egyptians, the Persians, ami tlie L.reews ugi, jKstetl us to where Grant goes outbreak of yellow fever in New York,
became a part of the empire oi Aieaouer j mt he
the Ureat, ana was wriu iroi iv TUe jjeraJ(i Uaa ftl, excelleut newspaper
SAVE THE FRUIT!
"Jt is known to the auirantiie' aiABofH r anra TmnrOVed Fmit Jarg.
t:... Iiom hi tlm i1i.iiiu liiti !imii irtftlr- I .
roto wilt bUO uiotwiv; w-ww . I . .. .
iu ranLl nrAn.u nt. Hairsina Situtl nnd I A laree lot jus in. A lone, long-ways
On and Off Slick as Grease 1
what would become of eveu the commer
cial interests V
of the Ptolemies, by Cato, in the venr "581 traein1); XvitU Grant Jolm Russell
B. C. It was hero that the Apostle oi ue Youn He liaa ret.eutly seut to the Jler-
Getiles landed on ms journey irum .a, tW R long aud y interesting aecouut
and after the convertion of the Roman of Qniut'4 remaiks abont the men who
KILL THE FLIES.
KJjTJTTZ'S FLY PAPER
Slay them by the million. Cheap.
' At KLtTTTZS DRUG STORE.
BEST THJG YET.
KLUTTZ'S BLACKBERRY CORDIAL,
that the aggregateote o! lUe prefentat.ves this - Governor, Serghis Paolus, assnmel tne t ,n the -th in civil and mili-
how a edorfdrable falling off noUwth- lSa nameofPanl. Conquered from the By- tav ,ife anj ou e(ther bitle. We do not
coding the effurts of the candidates for of 'the zantine Empire, of which it was an aP- doubt that Grant is corn.tly reported in
county officers to bring out t he now l)eniralic partv autf promotion of one s pge, by the Saracens, these last were tbt iuaiu aUhough the Inaulier 0f stating
strength of the party Ihjs will be due f d- M a . "repuUble and forcetl to maUe way for Richard of Eng- u doubtleS8 Mr. Young's,
ionosmall measure tr the content ons the UeIll4Hr,atIC party ... U 'e such ft of r
themselves. There a contingency, .mve r-""T..i ...,..- k h mnmiMt " . . ' .: , ,
Anything for Ojfice.
- . - I ii,...! minxit tnil most nleasant remit! T
Gen. Clinginan, of North Carolina, has 1-;h ' Dvwterv, Ac.
amon2 tlie. Democrats
have , been so many greedy aspirants
throughout the State, aud they have iu so
many instancessought to take undue
advantages of each other by p.ickiug con
ventions, tampering with tlie primary
meeetings and resorting to unlawful
-means to control the election in their fa
vor, that many good men have been dis
gusted and may make it the occasion for
staying away from the polls and other
wise taking no part iu the election.
Of course these views are merely con
jectural, based eutirely on the natural
course pursued by men under the circum
Btances. We apply the remarks to the
Democratic party nt because the peo
ple of ' that party are moro1inlaithful
n.l niKreuerous towards each' other than eou
n.Pn af anv other nartv. Men are in in South Carolina has written to the com
ternul revenue that h
UIO uuuu - i
. ..0..T .1 . . . i i
"i . " who seek honors ana a-iirrUlore ne commBuwu
confidence at its hands, and punish all Palestine. But he of the Lion Heart
efforts at insubordination and disloyal- waM us fotid of money a he was of glory
ty. and hard knocks, so the Island was ceded,
If we mistake not General Clingman for a COl8iaeratioii, to Guy de Lusiguan
was at one tin.o one of the most extreme t,lJlt tne treaty was siguetl on
IMjitical dicipUnaries in North Carolina. the back model's guitar whose de-
Wheu was it in 18J0-his extreme reme- -n.ient 'preserved the' sovereignty for
dy agatust the union men of those hj, centnrities, when Catrina Conaro,
endorsed by Grant before it was forward
ed to New York. It is really worth read
ing, however erroneous we may believe
his judgment, or however biased his state
ments. The Herald lias coniiueulcl editorially
uimhi some of Gi ant's opinions. We copy
wiitteu a letter in which ho makes the
follow iug startling atatement: "There
are more thau 120,000 Democrats in the
State who, like myself, havo not, aiuce
the war, beeu candidates for any high
ottice, but have steadily labored for the
promotion." Now, these 120,000 are so
hungry for high oftice that they will strike
an independent attitude and go hungrily
for long-delayed loaves and fishes.
For sale only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
ALL FOR A QUARTER.
A good Lamp, chimney, burner and wick,
all for a quarter.
Al IVbUl I i o I- iw v i- a
Maies tie Little Ones Sleep.
DoesKlutU's Soothing Dros. Contains no
Only at KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.-
Grand Lodge Session. The Grand Lodge
of North Carolina Independent Order of
Good Templai-a. meets t Newbern ou j tinj? oil
Three Fine Cigars for 1ft cent.
Ked"C"Oil. Bt and r-ttiet ilhnnin.i-
iM""B'ar- . .... T.,i,f .i.M i:tt.h dav of Auirnst.
-He tliinks Jeffersim Davis did all he J " . ,
"J O ' ... I I - i 'lie IIIIIIKS ifCUCKHlll I'Oim Wl lilt tl. I . . , . ... .
who would not join tlie Heeessioiusts, was wid(hf of jacque8 m., Rold out to the could fwr the Confederacy and did mt de- indications are that the session will -be
ii. if i liAYM turLnven titiii.. v f rl l miwuin hp imf Hh i isinrt'iv attended. KHinceu rates ou uic
imv i. j . v pniinnx. luucu mo vitain v. ' nenv un ..... o - -
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rail roads to members.
Jn Accident. Our old friend Mr. J. C.
Palmer while opening his store on Fayette-
ville street yesterday fell and sustained a
very painful injury. We hope that he will
soon recover. His many friends will miss
- . at
General those hard terms. His political 1Utmi branches of the family, some thinks Monewaii jaewson u.ig. i uoi. u,
, ua u.,nil man ...... . . ; ,. oroved so etlective a general -later in the
career is at an end. He .w a learurt man rf whoIU ,tin Cs!t in a state of dismal AuAmHMsd to men like Sherman
and we respect him for his fane anilities. jmWJCuniority, in France and Italy, one .llui Sheridan, when his peculiar tactics
Rluinir Soarw has the bluine already m it.
WofKli Pocket Soda Fountain. Call ami
Unparalleled bargains in Hair Brushes. To.
let Soajw, Ko.
At T11EO. F. KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORK,
wtiuld have failed. In this he is probably
hin!T a nensioner on the Russian Govern
ment. Eighty rears aHer her purchase right; Jackson outmarehed and outn.an-
riven out bv 'l3,l'l:, "Ia . "ko".-', -'
... . our troops gained commanders who also
ion the island . , -rh 4.,j(ri,v it ;s doubtful if Jack-
has since remainwl, natnrally going from gon'a famous phrase to his soldiers, 'When his kind face at his door, aud joiu us iu
coin held eat enough to H.ia ...j m, W(s iiave uo doubt. Kalcvih
THE SOUTH CAROLINA CASES.
WEEarle,of Greenville, the social the Queen of the Sea was driven out
unsel of the imprisoned revenue officers the Turks, in whose possession Uie ,sh
I lias Since reuiainwi, unmnmj S'""o
m bad to worsi as is always the case where you get into a coin held eat enough to this wUh w
rhHv are. swaved by the I lliav le exnected iu Washington in the
- I " ' . ... . . llm.no lim t:ntll l fit 1 Hell IO Lite I . 1 i ..:
UUil Itlll fUH lUJi
.l.lit .mil fiikt 'lil l
like, circumstances show no difference in tou correspondent of the Baltimore bun v !lt,r4M, ri0n the man. He was never so uneasy when iu
the character of their actions. If the re- Myg be (Earle) "has had a letter from . ; 'l ' of Sa;,ov a8 front of Ix-ems some of our other com-
oubUcaupartv had been iu power, the judge Kershaw, who expresses a desire money comeu oy u. . . . , luamlers, aud he descries him asi man
v r s'....i f- -i.... . , ..t..iri.ii n.i t.tli Sunreme heirt to the Lusignana. Jlut ine sovcr- . . Illiiui without iinairination, aud
M.k na oninniii. sii . nun iiili in l t i in 1 1 ; i liili aav m . . i
:: iZw w-Wn . itnessld a,nonC f the State, and hope to see this eignty was purely tn par ens, and never f dignity o .demeanor
0 IVFIIO 11 VUOl - I w - r
them. - It would be the same with any done. He also expresses an entire will
party possessing u.c u.Su.. i..-- ingneaa, lU(lv? - resiirne.1 when
.a a? .1 ... ; l ill I r Id 11 II - I a a -
1 1 . . . , .1.. Virtnr Emanuel assumed the crowu of
ao continue. dcrstood that tne rresiuoni anu uio
It U no proof that the party is uuwor- torney General -both favor this course, Italy
thy of public support. 'Hie virtues of a for which Judge Kershaw also expresses Possibly , under the fostering care of
party uro to be judged of by its public A preference." England, the Island may once more blos-
acts, and not by the indiscretions of its Then right here is an end of all the soin like the rose, but at present it has no
individual members in elections. Jf the trouble out of whkih it was so abuudant- trade, no manufactures, no roads in the
administration of 'public affairs is good, jy predicted vmld grow auotlwr war. interior, scarcely a decent harbor upon
that decides the character of the party iu (jf COnrse the court room is the only its coast, although Famagosta was the
jiower. If it has been evil, tluit also de- ,)lilC0 wI,eie such a case as that of these rendezvous of the alllied fleets before the
tides its character. Tried by this simple re venue otlicers could properly be cjixried battle of Lepanto. Its folorn fever-stnek-.,!
ii.Ht. rule, no amount otmivate offend- t,.r S4.ttlinnt. ami it was foolish to have en population of 135,000 fanatical Mus
ing willjustify us in casting off a good par- ever gUp,OSed that any grave trouble sulmans can scarcely gaiu enough for
ty and taking up w ith another whose whole would arise out of it. Judge Kershaw their own suDsistence nou. ue m-ui.u-
is willing to have the constitutionality of vated fields; tne oowers luaua nav .k.,
his opinion put to the proper test, the burned for firewood the enchanting sites
irovernineut is willing for this course and of Amathon are in rums, ami u.e zea.ous
kom what-source, therefore, is trouble to bigots, in tneir ounu ooeoieuce io
aiise?-Ciaj7oe06erw. Koran's.laws, have destroyed the once
Since the above was put in type it has celebrated vineyards. But, it Cyprus
leconie apparent that this case would not has no commercial value, it is of an iucal
be so easily got rid of. The question of eulable importance as a naval station and
iurisdictiou is still to lie decided. a military depot, as it covers the ap-
proachea to tlie coasts ot hynaand tgypi,
Man Killed By Accident, or Design t protects England's communications with
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
M. R. Chaffin, Admr. of J Wal-"
V F Cannou. Geo A Cannon, Petition bi !
It U Lin.'.s .t wife L E Gaiae". Ui sell land
Joe. Johnston, in his opinion, was the
ablest commander on the .Southern side, j j,,. Cannon, Martha A
nf HniLrir he anneals to have but a poor (Vimim. V D -Cannon. Thos A
In 18S NovciuImt the month -we had
a two hours' private conversation with It apvearin- to the saU-slaction of the Cmrt,
n . that J Wes ev Cannon, one of the defendants
Gen. -Grant. N e mention tin that we abov ,iamci rt non-resident of the State, itis
mav make intelligently one ir two coin- ordered by the Conrt that publication be niaile
in tue "Carolina atcinnan mrsix miciwue
Cannon and Willie tiiiiuin Can
non. Uvii-rt aLlw Dejfts.
W. M. EAGLE,
Respectfully announces bia contioDauce nt
his old stand in his old line, on llaiu Street,
opposite Eunis' Drag Store. Be is always
ready and anxious to accommodate customers
in bis line iu the best manner possible. He in
prepared to do first class work and can com
pete with an j northern Shop or Hand mad
work. Hi machine, lantP, d c.. are of the
latest aud best pat em 8. He work a the Terr
best material and keeps on baud ready made
work, and toek eqnal to any special orders
Kopairing neatly and promptly done at rea
sonable prices. Sdtisfectiou gnaranleed or no
Prices to Suit the Times.
Cash ordersby mail promptly filled.
dl.Gnios W. M. EAGLE.
SIMOHTON FEMALE COLLEGE
Statesville. N. C.
Tlie next esiion okmi August 28, 1878.
Board, and tuition in English. $55.00 per ei-
hioujOI iwniy wetKH. v niaiotue mut circulir
with full particular! on application.
Addre, Man. K. (i KANT,
PI B POLAND CHINA
And a Milch COW and Calf
I have a lot of linehij: of various agf which
I offer as thorouph-bred xtock hogs. AUu.a
giMd Mih-h Cow. which wi'l be. void at uiodc-
K U. CRAWFORD.
SoHsbury. June 1. :M:4t
liiatory U evilj nor in joining any new
thing simply because it makes line prom
ises but has no record. It has been well
aidf parties ate tliingi of "growth, and
thoRevhich have proved themselves to
be meritorious aud have the greatest vita
lity, promise the greatest good to the
Crushed in a .VoMCMf.-Conductor, Mr.
John Xewrand,-reports the instant killing
of George Houk, at Speigfe's Turnout,
West. N. C. lload, at 1 1.15 o'clock Satur
day night last. Houk liad In'eu drink
! Tji 1q
Sunday morning, a man named Geo uer inman ihwiuus, u,
Houk was found dead near the track of former fortresses of Gibraltar and Malta
the Wes:ern North Carolina Railroad, virtually makes of the Mediterranean and
The Knglish laKe. ui tne pouucai monamy
:.. i..:- .... .!... 1 1 nf thft ncoiination of the island, after the
fugintri saw iimi iug tu ilia i!iM.&. nui-- .
i.o .liirimr Hio ilar ftnil if CfAIIW fl'11 All
. , . , about livo miles east of Morganton
the track and went Ur sleep, at the above . , . , . .?
. . . eninneer saw him lvmir ou the tra
place just beyond a curve iu the road. I - . . ' ,piteratl nroteatitions that England
b . . . " I i . j r J! t-
was seen until within a few feet of the
The train was at tall speed. .o obstacle - ; t. , . wi8l,ed for uo ainrrandizement of her nos
1 11. Ml UCCII IU iUUI illllllU unj uw- i -
elombering man then too late. The
engineer saw him raise himself on his
elbow just before he was struck saw his
hat fly in the air, aud knew a inau had
been struck. The train was stopped aud
backed up to the place and the above
facta verified. The body of the deceased
was terribly mangled. He was 45 or 5(1
years of age.
I. S. Later reports show that Houk
had been previously shot by some un
kuowu person. Persons in the neighbor-
liood heard pistols shots before the train jjj-,, to lmv
came down, and a bullet wound was found
We find on our table a document en
titled "True and False Experts, by Eu
gene GrUsonij M. D. LL. 1)., Superinten
dent Insane Asylum of N. Carolina, to
I . . i i . .1. e
fore and left the town iu an intoxicated serous ana acteu Boieiy in ueieuso .
condition, accompanied by two other men the general interest of Europe, mucl may
who w.r also drunk, it was at first be said. But with this we have nothing
thought that Houk being drunk, had laiu to t- Engd had certainly- right to
down on Jhe track and goue to sleep, but demand and take guarantees, and from
later there was some suspicion that he English point of view, Lord lieacon
had beeu killed amLhis body placed there, field has made a masterstroke of policy.
His two companions testified that he left British diplomacy has won an uuq.ies
them before he reached the pot where tionable victory, and the treaty of the
his body was found, and sometime after- h ot Juno skilltuiiy cointuiiea ami
wards thev heard two pistol slrots. The crowned with success, is destined to dis-
body was examineil for evidences of vio- place, or at least to divide, the hegemony
lence, but the only wounds which appear-!0 Lurope.
e been made by the cars, I The work of Turkey's vivisection may
were two slight cuts in the neck. The thns be considered as completed, for the
matter will" be further investigated. present, by the revision of Gen. Igna
Char: Observer. tiefTs famous document. Russia has ob
tained a little less, although Turkey has
k 1 . . O !. I All . 11 1 . I .
j litMAun iui.t oiusE.-jir. it. a. i lost a gooii oeai more. Austria nas got
incuts upon the above. He talked q lite
freely about the war, for we were inquis
itive. He had asked us a hundred point
ed and intelligent questions concerning
the Southern people whites and negroes
and told us why he did so. He had
beeu sent South by President .Johnson to
examine into the, condition of aff.iirs, anil
he desired to lind out all that was possi
ble concerning the wishes, purposes, feel
ings, aud nec-shies of the people of this
section. We gave him what information
we could. Having been closely catechis
ed, we hi, turn became the 'inquisitor, and
found hi iu pleasant, sensible, and but
once disposed to reticence. In fact he
showed ability and judgment in the ques
tions he propounded, for there was logic
al connection in them all.
We remember with the utmost distinct
ness that he did not speak of Mr. lavis
then as reported above. He said Mr. Da
vis had shaped hU plan of campaign for
timH that Vicksburif would
never have fallen but for a speech he made
at that historic place that his (t Slant's)
plans were altogerther different that he
was aiming at another strategic point,
but when" he read what Davis said that
Vicksburg was the Gibraltar of. the South,
the Key of the Confederacy, that he said
to himself Davis ought to know what he
is talking aliout, and if Vicksburg is all
weeks Notilvinp awl ilelcnuuiit to appear ai
the office ol the Clerk of the Superior Court f
.U cimiy, on Monday the lHh day of ept..
IcTrt. ami answer the complaint, which is tiled
in the above entilled action, aud if he fail to
answer tho complaint. Mm I'.aiutiff will apply
lo the Court for tho relief demanded in the
Witness. II. H. HOWARD,
tllork Superior Court of Davie County.
July :Ust, i7rt. 4 1. (it. (7.)
P. N. HEILIG & SON,
would call attention to thrir large and splendid
Embracing IKONS and STEKI.S ovrry varltty or
sizes na siiane ihwi iuaui.
Wagon and Buggy Materials.
comnrlslnir all tlie various kinds required siTrtns,
axles, w!ieeis, tc, rady to s(A n.
Telegraph Straw Cutters
all sizes, and unsurpassed in quality and durability.
Great American Lightning SAWS,
even? kind and size, cnibraeiiic MILL X CROSSCUT.
N Al LS -all sizescut un-1 wrought.
I -would respectfully inform trie eitiienn nf
Ralisburv and tbe snrroundinjr country . that I
have located in Salisbury (in the back-room oil
IMvler's ltook Store), and am prepared to do
all work promptly and well, as in a tind-claM
Tailoring litablisbnient. AVith a lspn5T-tie
years' experience iu Cuttinjr. rittmjr. Makiu?.
(Jleaninjr and Kcpairin. 1 can alel y gmmn-
tee to in v patrons the Lillest satislactioii for
the tecoininodatiou of farmers, 1 will takt
Produce in Exchange for Work.
The patronage of Rowan and -the surrouTidinjr
e.oiiuties i respectfully soiieitcu, Lorrewper
deuce invited from persons living a1 a du'anrtt
The tollowtns? brands kept constantly on hand:
M (Boin llavini lined.) "li.itsy," $. IK-r M.
..... . . M 7mi L.r M irtde of Cutw,- S.h lM-r M.
"Little' CV.iumovloiv.- i-'o.tw per M. onlei-s pnnupt
rn T AVTT.PSS
X Xt A A -JM.vwrj FXjOWS
wivi-pinTi'imi! lV VISV. riOARS.
1 I Tho mnst nnniilar and annrovett Stvt-PlOW Cast-
gadisbury, N. C. 1 iaSi aa klads, bolts, e. No. 5 pnts for H.
WINDOWCLAS S tn m " i t o 24 3" - - rut ty , oi is.
Palms, Vanilslies, HifUtnlnir lrP'r, av.
FMUliANK SCALKS Steelyants and Ralanres.
For Carpenten, hlaeksmUlis, Shoe;n:ikers, Farmers.
Champion Mowers and Reapers.
Horse Rakes Threshing Machines,
Horse-Powers, Pumps, tyuraln Cradles,
Urass Scythos, Planters Handled Hoes,
CUNS Pistols, Knives, andC'UTLKKY ot all kjnds
V!ir stoi-k embraces e-.erythlnsr to he found tn
a larre and complete. Hardware Store, and all at low
irt-esf(ircajh.tl nn tnatiKS ior pasi i:i-in i-
,iu,.Hl or stolen aiUr the proiuiseu V - V-u i :,V "
....... , . ..' .I . . -ii i naLroiiaire. .nau . mi". .-..j
.. tl. YTIUW. II I I I I H Mill I
time expire. ruuiinmir, i.i
not he coiiMdered iublic Mills any longer.
SvESrr Bfltai cmitj Siperior Court.
liof pect fully.
:W:hn.pd A. II All TM AN &
Notice is hereby given that wo. the nndor
signed, proprietors of the falisbury City Mill
will not he respousiuic lor au g"
WESLEY AN FEMALE INSTITUTE.
STALK TON. VIRGINIA.
TliisUnie honored Institution opensSeptcin-
iwr I'J h. 187. Among the nri son.H.i. ior
young ladies in the Cnittd States. European
.. . . . -ii i... owl American Teacher. hurnuiP-
that ne says men i w in i.nk in.n , ..,,i
tlllll t.linifLIH UIII.UI l'r--
of Inwiue Ayluuis for the United States
and Cauadus in May last on "True, and
Fulse Experts," st irretl up one l)r. Ilain-
Barkley of South Iredell, sent us a ntone her foot iu Bosnia and the Herzegoviua,
which in size and Khap, is the exact roun- Greece, -without officially firin a shot,
t,e.-:ll-t. of 11 rriwise1 ecw. Il ld-li'tr In liia miirnd nuii1or)tdu inoiunui rxi'
which i. appentHl A Rejoinder tu Dr. aml ,t . .. Meilteuegro: haye
lUmmond s Open letter. was fouinl on the ldautatiou of Mr. Tur- been rewarded for their efforts in the
It seeina that Dr. Onssom s paper, read s- . JAnrnU. otulutv u1mmiI. m.ni, wL.M,n,P,...
before the Association of Superintendents I , , , i i . .... . . . . 1 .. . . '
1 I vi'ird 'l cri finrl line 11 L'f.i.r iu i rn-irci 1 ..,.1 ... .1. ... .......I 1.....
. ..id '-v .. v . w UD ii i uiiiroi sins iuu in uoiii vi jmii, iiivs ueen
ity ever since. The most remarkable left out in tlie cold, and England, after
feature about this stone is, that you can wg-zagging all over the shop, obtains
tie 5i strillir Stromal it mid the IO:lfer5al iinaenoinn nf llin n-wiat iinnApf.ml 51, ,wl
B,ond, of New o k a professional expert, th;lt comiose3 thc gtrln,r wiU llot le iu. j th Mediten,lneau. next fal sieilv. T.
,, r wr i, jnred by heat. Thu writer in eo.upany treaty which Europe is called upon to
1,u, T , 7 , V . uu" with a few friends, made the experiment Ualute aa the end of an era of war aud
mi. lit. lla.a.inMn1 nnil iivlnl.it. I., n-. . a I f
- "ww liu fit. I . I m i ii r. ii miffnn btMnif n ivl n .1 I .1 1 .1. . . i
j u,iok wt.wi "in", i uuuu uangcr, auu us me coiuiueucciueiit or a
the stone aud covering it with red hot J eriod of progress, peace, and social de
coals. When tiiken from the tire, tlfef velopnient, unbelievers in the immediate
string was not even charred, 'though the advent of the millennium consider to be
stone was so hot, it could not lehcld in only a patching np of the old quarrel and
the hand. A baud of cotton cloth was Us an arrangement permitting the ele
sewed around it, and taken from the flre nhant and the whale to come to blows.
with the same result; ouly that portion Sooner or later Russia and England must
of thr cloth had been burned where it did fight it out, and Asia Minor will be the
not tit closely to the stone. If the atone threatre of the couflict, with the Cauca
had been heated to a red or white heat, 8as on the one side and the Mediterra
we suppo8e that the internal heat would nean on the other, as the biues of opera-
him tlm inflationists aud ar.tLre9,,.. r uous oi wie oouigerenra.
. . .... , . . . I heat did not injure it, though vigorously
the country aa a dishonest and totally un
worthy man; one who takes lees ou both
Hides of case iu court, and whose 'Pro-
Jeaship" is ouly employed to make money
for luuiself without regard to truth or
the interest of science.
The Congress to bo elected this fall will
riot meet until December of next year.
JLong before tuen specie payments w ill I
have been resumed and the currency ques
tion will be substantially settled. In that
tionist will have lost their grievance, for
when, resumption is ouco achieved no
body vHl be crazed enough to dUturb it.
Meantime the Greenback, Labor, Nation
al and other organizations show a good
ideal of strength, and will contribute to
tne destruction of both the old parties as
applied. Will - some scientist rise and
explain this singular result T Sou thtrn
Any other i oot h stone is just as re
markable, we suppose. -
Archibald McCriumon Wanted.
lira. Sarah McCriuimon, in care of Nor
mon McLeod, Xo. 48 South Green street,
desires to learn the whereabouts of her
brother, Archibald McCrimmon, who re
There U no doubt of yellow fever pre-J sides somewhere in North Carolina, hav
lhe Kearney movement caused the sudden J vailing at New Orleans, and it is alto- ing immigrated from Inverness-Shire,
iisappenrauce of both in tlie recent Cali- gether probable that it will become epi- Scotland, or any of his children, if he be
fomia election, WiL Star, Identic. Owing to the large number of dead. She writes to tho Governor of
new residents who are not fairly accli- North Carolina, and reauesU him to ask
A balloonist named L. i). Atchison, mate and Have yet t; pass the usual Uie gtate pa to make R notiee for her,
.. " i . ......,o.-.i vimuonil rdeal that awaits all who would live iu , . , .
vhile making an ascension to x.lmwood, ...... wm ;11V . . - and they are requested to copy this.
111., r-nuday evening, was killed instantly jality if the disease continues to spread. The proier address pf the lady is given
Vs WUing a u.&uime ui inu ijhuuicu i. 11 umn'nm oiar. aoove.
every hazard, lie, therefore, changed all
his plans instantly and shaped his cam
paign to capture tho Southern Gibraltar.
He spoke of Mr. Davis' want of wisdom
in not concealing his views better, and
the iujury he inflicted upon the cause he
hud at heart by his indiscreet utterances
from time to time.
We do not mention this lo injure in the
least an aged statesman and soldier we
very greatty honor, but. show how Grant
talked iu I8..
Grant did not praise either General Lee
or General' Jackson. He said Lee s great
trait or quality as a commander was his
ability to excite enthusiasm in his troops,
and that he was a good man, repeating the
last two words. He said Jackson was a
brave man, but a fatalist. He censured
President Davis for his folly in removing
General Joe. Johnston, "who was con
ducting the, cauinaiirn a a soldier, to
quote his exact language, and that Hood
wasa gallant fellow without brains. He
thought Bragg the weakest man on either
side with the exception of Hood. We
could reproduce, if necessary, the whole
conversation, almost in the language and
order in which it occurred, as wo had oc
casion to repeat it several times to friends
soon after we met the General, and it be
came iueifaceably lixed in our mind. He
talked about his campaign at Shilo, his
relieving Rosecranz, his campaign against
Lee, and other points.
That our readers may see that Grant's
judgment of men is by no means infalli
ble, we mention that General Joe. John-
atou was the only Confederate he praised,
and that "Piegan" Sheridan is his model
of a soldier. He told us that on the
American continent there waa no greater
soldier than Sheridan, and that if a mil
lion soldiers were to be put in the field to
fight a foreign jiower he would select the
mill burner, and slayer of old Indiana
and children to command them.
tkuh IX Til K UNION : Boaid, Vbin,
biirht. KnKli.h, Latin. French., lor each hair
of U.eSeolastic year. $115 Ma-oc very low.
For Catalogue adore
It t. WU. A. HARMS. P. D. Trent .
A fnr Sale!
laiuomu .w. - , . Mf r
f,'1!'- I ler the 4th Monday of September, 1K78, and
,V . , 1 Jl" durine said Term to answer or demur to the
B. B. llobert, as Trustee of
Susan E. Humphreys, Plaintiff,
Thorna E. Brown,
Samuel il. Harrison, Dcffiulants.
The defendant, Thomas E. Brown, in hereby
notified that B. B. Boberts, m Trustee of Su
san K Humphrey, hni eoniiueiieeil an action
iviiiKl Kim anil ituintiei Jw. llarnon. in lite
Superior Court of Uowan eottniv,Siateof North
Carolina, entitled an Ikit : That the purpose
of aaid action ia to recover the sum of three
thousand three hundred and fourteen dollar
and Rixlv-six cenl, for money loaned, with in
terest thereon from the 31ft day cf July, 1877.
That the summons-ban been duly served upon
th defendant. Samuel K. Harrison
Said Thoina L. Brown 1 liereby required
to appear at the Court-House in Salisbury, in
the Count v of Uowan. at lhe Term of the Sio
AROUND the CORNER.
To the Public, Ukeetixu : -
1ULIAN & FRALEY
r resent coinliments to the public
and desire to call renewed attention to their
efforts to be useful as
Th ir prices are as low as it is possible to
make them, aim tneir worn, um win mm
v. Thev fill orders in two departments,
and have so far given satisfaction. " T hey
have extended their facilities recently, ana
arc encouraged to hope for increased d
mands. Their ready made stocK m nanu
comprises ti general assortment of house fur
nitureBedsteads, Bureaus, Clothes Presse?,
T.onnsres. Hacks. Wardrobes, Book (. ase,
Cuplxi: rds and China Presses, Caudle Stands
Tin Safes, Desks, Tables,Washstantl9, Claii,
&,e. Thev also keep an assortment ot
of w alnut, pine and poplar, from f 3 upward.
Also Window Sash. They till orders with
out vexatious delaysl Will contract for car
penter's work and warrant satisfaction. V ill
take irood lumber and country produce in
exchange for furniture. Shop-nearly oppo-
... - l ' . . .-v
site atcliman otnee.
Julian & Frai.ey.
I nffer f.r sale Two Tracts of Lan
... P...I rr..L u1i.miL 12 mile west
Oil IW" v . , . , x- I41lirillK!illu Ariii "v. ... .. ....
. .i. I mild adiolliini; 1. I .... , .m.j . iw r . i.
rv, Kliown as uic . n'()mpallU IU neincii m inc m.nr in invvmit
H. Hall, J. T. Kay, J.C. UUlespie anu oiun- Superior Court ( and conntv within
' .. 1 1 .iiiitriut ArrM eaeh. 1 Will I , . . i i i t .. hi.:..
coniaininj? viic jumim --- i uie nrsu niree oav oi m k, umnaiu.
J. W. Watson,
The old original al reliable l'uotogrtrr-
II separately or together as the purchaser may tiff forJ)ie rejef demanded in the fr,.m Kaleih, has taken and lilted up U.t oiu
sire.' said complaint. (iallerr on Main street, Salisbury, N.
Terms reasonable. For further information Said Thomas S. Brown i further notified he i prepared to execute all styles of rnmo-
dl on or address me at Mill Bridge, Rowan j Warrant of Attachment against his pro j.raId,s l-'ereotvpw, Ac, in the very best t)i-
t:onntv. N. C. J. S. McCUKr;iI?, Agi
Mill Bridge, N. C, July 12, 1878
oertv in said cotintv has been issued from the (a mx. see him over JMyler's
Superior Cburt of Rowan county on applica
tion of the plaintiff, returnable to the Suerior
f?otirt of said conntv. at the Court House in
MTU AWn WnMFM OF THE S0UTU SslislHirv. on the 8th .XTondav af;er the 4th
1 " "' . k; , ' V Mondav'of September, 178.
Desiring Pleasant and Profitable Work, - j. M. noRAH,
are invited to solicit orders for j Clerk Superior Court, Homm Ce'tnty.
THE LIFE OF 34: Ct: pf $10
Work the best in the St3te.
Hack Line to Albemarle.
Gen. Allien Sidney Mnston,
' I Tl. HmtimI. flnTtnminii ft n ti w4-
embracing I.U services i.. the i.nn.M lhe K 1 UMHIV UBmyi I.MIIII
, and the
United States, the Republic of Texaa,
Confederate States. Bj his son, Col. Wm.
One handsome octavo, 722 pages, illustrated
bv mans and engravings. Sold by subscrip
tion. Exclusive territory given. For further j
Darticnlars. apply U publishers, D. AFPLL-
TON A CO., 649 B'dway, iNew lork. 38: It
The more Grant is talked about zta the
caudidate of the liepublican party iu 1S80
the. less chance he will Uuve for the noni
iualion. This is the teaching of history
Phila. Xorth American Hep.
Wilson Kepler, Plaintiff,
Thomas E. Brown, Defendant.
The defendant, Thomas E. Brown, is hereby
notified that Wilson Kcsli r has communed an
action against hun Iu the Superior Court of
ilowan County, State of North Caiolina, enti
tled as above : That the purpose of said action
is to recover the sum of one thousand dollars
with interest thereon frmn the 1st day of June,
1877. Said Thomas L. Brown is hereby re
The undersigned is running a comioni"'
tri-weeklv Hack line from fcalisunry i
the line, clieapi-r i
marie. C. Will convey passenger
Hill, or elsewhere on
:inv L,ivcrv oiame
Mondav, Wednesday and Friday. 7 a. J
turn ev'erv Tuesday, Thursday and .Nit"'
0 p. rn. " ,
Leave orders al isaimnai "
) I auired to amear at the Court-Hoiise in Sali-
Summong and Warrant of bury, in the Conntv of Rowan, at the Term of
Slate of Horth CaroM, PcSSt0.'1
Kowan County. ) y
Lewis V. Brown. Attachment. the Superior Court for said County, to be held
The defendant, Lewis V. Brown, is hereby on the 8th Monday after the ith'Mondav of
notified, that Summons has this day issued to I September, IS 8, and during said lennto an
the Sheritt of Kowan county, commanding bun swer or demur to the complaint to be hied
to summon the said defendant to appear betore the office of the Clerk of the Superior Conrt
the Judge ot our Superior Court to be held at I Mid County, within the first three days of said
The OWest Specialist In Amfrici
Dr. J. A. Clopton, of HiintsTille, Ala.,
the Cotirt-IIouse in Salisbury, on the 8th Mon- Term, or the plaintiff will apply for the relief Treats with almost Universal ncre ' ffK.
day after the 4th Monday of September, A.D. demanded tn the complaint. rnrrnna affections, all 8crofuloQ
1878, and amwer the Complaint of the plain- gaid Thomaa E. Brown is further notified TTa vZwlmmmnm and Tumori
face,&e. Piles, Fistula, D'W hr.'
lions, Ac. As the Doctor i ri
address bis son, John Robert LloptoP. g
Ids name in full. TostimOlli
titt ; and that if ne tail so lo ao tne f lamtitt .bt . Warrant of Attachment U n
perty in.said County has been issued from the
take Judgment agaiust him for four hundred
1 seventy five dollars with interest on the guperior Conrt . Rowan County, on applica- .'ddrhisVon J
nc from the 22d January 1873. till pani.- . f laintifr ntnrnM9 to lhe serior "?mr1n full
e defendant is further notified that a War- r.., r , ,t . v ins mime in niu.
it of AtUehment was taken out by the fs? L.l .'SLVf 'JlJ ! . SeRd f"Cl
Plaintiff, at the time of issuing the summons, I i"nl
UC I TlfTlVTT-klT -I
against all the property of tho defendant
found in Rowan Connty, or so much thereof
as will satisfy the Plaintiff's demand of four
hundred and Reventy-fiye dollars with all in
terest, cugla aud expenses.
J. 3d. UOttA II. Clerk
Supr- Court Rowan County.
34t 6t: pf$jpd
cnowtt to every one i ,llV
who could not leave lioine.
JOHN M. HORAH.
Clerk Superior Court, llomn County.
t Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and rariotiH other blanks for sale here
lorn ikimwii ' iw.mp
onuands who could potlcate p ;r-
Wen euretl by the use of hi, rejneji ie
el directions accompany m l t
that any man or woman can u ,
success. . ' , your
Write vonr name tn ful1' , wrii ,n'
Office. County and Stale. 1 J- . 05 fi.u
D ime, or my son name in full.