Cdlh Turner seems to be run-
j Hill cajcr ? a
,hole issue of the i!7tn inst.,
One of ourconte inporaiies
.. ...UJATt. lUt at liSt P U18
v13 11. thus:
i ft nui
J1,B th chance of temperature
..pre wwf :.-Kie to one's
of miud and purse.
n D Davis, Comity Examiner, will
r hi Coart House-ou the 8th, 9th and
wust.and the 10th, 11th and
Flake" potato, 2 pound net;
r.rlv K'e" potato, H pound.
tr - ,vf Irish ooUtoes was
iv . . .
.-or letter m tins
i j veai
An pa We have made arrangements
O -w . O U . wjth the publisher" of that excel
lent Agricultural Magazine, "The Caroy
Una Farmer? at Wilmington, N. -C,
by which we are enabled to offer it and
the " Watchman", for $2.50 a year. A bet
ter barsrain is rarely to Imj had. Send iu
Dr.tfl. P. Bessent is at, the Boy den
House. will be glad to see all Ins
friends and the rest of mankind, provided
they will have something done iu the
Dentiat's line. -
He thinks you ought to come and see
hini; for you need it badly. Come imme
Mr. Tlos. Taylor's School for Boy?.
The second Session of this School will
commence Aug. 5th, 1878. Tuitiou, $2,
$2.50 and $3 a moutkv. Bills presented
Salisbury, N. C, July 10, 1873.
section than it was
t I Sumner uas uikcu
Al 1 - A . "
P in S0OW ri""
above figures tshovr.
no one can
beat these sampk's.
irl was kicked down
streets last .week
A little negro gi
. n.r (til our
as a uhile arched to a wagon that
the work -mules as a rule, hoot well.
!(! le aavixaiHu to -
,il(1ren away iroin iu.
t their late in goiniiun:.
i ...1 lof fmiil:lV a.H
The roiin tnai -icticu j
citable time for. an eclipse of the sun
tn,teU -it was raining and cloudy all
,j,v Smoked glass was no good -the
U,'ttom of an ale glass, was too thick
just look through the bottom of one of
jSarker's da water glasses and you have
the thins done tine.
Whenever a newspaper says a kind
Wonl of a man, that man never discovers
tl,e f.ivor, but if a newspaper handles a
,an a Httle roughly the man is out by
eight o'clock the next morning. hx.
' Beautiful, truthful words. How de
lightful ! Few, save the newspaper man,
au"apprecinte the sentiment.
TheNewbern Xut ShtU tells how the
Hotuls parted and allowed the people ol
that city to view the eclipse, ami then
dosed again and went on with the ram.
If Wade Harris ''had twhKtliat, every -
iHNlV-would say it was just one of w au-s
lies-but how Clem Manly is to liaighten
'it up is not be gucsseil at.
Thowers refreshing and cooling have
fiilleu fmiueully during the present week.
With, the pa'rclied and drooping, crops,
the hopes. of the farmer have reivel.
The nrosiect of bread for the -cater ami
Bcutl tor the snwr is cheering a ml should
CLEAN, COOL AND COMFORTABLE!
Kestler's Beer Garden.
In rear of A. Parker's Variety Store.
Elegantly furnished pleasantly arrang
ed' always a cool bi-eeze: ice-cohl Beer;
1 the best wines and liquors, easy chairs,
ami all the late papers.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN.
Come and spend a-pleasant hour.
W H. K EST LEU.
The grainiest of all Excusions to West
em N. C. will be run on the 0th ami 7tli
of Aug., by J ULIAN & O'NEAL.
llfNTED. Young rasn as Uorresponrtent
lfftnd Agent at Salisbury, N. C. ai.o
np in each neJiliUonn town, uowi nay ior
actual work. Address with references (Ktaiup
for answer) Mercantile Bureau, Chicago, 111.
CLOSE OP THE NORMAL SCHOOL.
rwilmlngtoa 6Ur Correspondence.
AN INCIDENT IN NAPLES.
Insult to an American Lady Promptly Re
tenieil Gallant Conduct of Columbia
Cor. of the Columbia Register.
Naples, Italy, July 10, 1878. The
wide circulation of your valuable, paper
is such that it has been considered to be
proper by a number of Americans now in
this city to give your readers an account
of the shameful treatment of a distinguish
ed American lady by one of the proprie
tors of the Hotel Royal des Etrangers,
jiueof the largest hotels iu this city, and
f thiviust ixiuishmeiit which ho received
at the hands of gentlemen who were ready
tn iM iil their livesiu the cause of riht
- i -
and truth against imposition and oppves
ion upon an unprotected lady."
Miss Marv Custk Lee, a daughter of
oii-ite a lively sense of gratitude to the General Robert E Lee, arrived here a few
- After a six weeks' session the University
Normal School waa formally closed to-
day. Yesterday Miss Coe exniDitea ine
result of her kindergarten training. Eve
rybody was delighted with the perform
ance of the pupils. They certaiuly look
ed sweet and deported themselve com-
mendably. At night we had a delightful
musical coucert.. After the concert was
over the students repaired to the ball
room and library, where they enjoyed
themselves a while longer in sweet social
This morning the Normal Debating So
ciety discussed the qnerry, "Should the
State establish Compulsory Education T"
The manner in which the Southern peo
ple treat the Yankees was exhibited here
to-day by the "boys" giving Prof. Ladd a
decent caning. The cane had a gold head,
with an appropriate inscription. The
"girls" presented President Battle with a
handsome clock. Dr. Battle has endear
ed himself to the "Normalites." He has
worked hard for the iuterest of the teach
ers, aud has been uuifonnly courteous,
kind and soraahl. The faculty and citi
zens contributed iu every jmssibl way
their aid and encouragement. The ad
mission of lady teachers to the school has
proven a wise step. They have general
Iy excelled the gentlemen. Their pres
ence exerted a beautifying and retiniiig
The. Rchool has been visited by the
GoverneivSuperiutendeut of Public In
struction. Commissioner of Ariculture,
and many prominent citizens of the State
They all encouraged us with their words
of wisdom. We had a lecture nearly ev
ery night on some scientific subject. Near
ly every hour of the day, as long and hot
as they were, was occupied with some re
The teachers have formed an associa
tiou on a solid foundation, which we hope
will tend to correct many errors iu our
We hope the Legislature will aid ns in
every possible way. lours, truly,
The New Era of 8team-8pringeld to be
Heated by Steam from a Central Mescr-
From the JBprlnsfleld EepubUciia.1
The Springfield Gas Company has
bought the right for this City to use the
Holly system, of running,, steam-pipes
through the streets to furnisl heat and
power for the adjoining buildmg3, and
the city government will be asked to per
mit the construction of an experimental
linethis winter from the company's
works on Water street, through Elm to
Maiu street. This short line will reach a
number of dwellings, stores, and offices,
a large school-house, the county court
house, and the First church and chape),
in which, with the exception perhaps of
the church, it is hoped that a trial ofthe
system may be made, the most distant
point from the works being the Chicopce
Band. It is no new thiug, of course, to
heat more than one buildiug by steam
from a single furnace, this already being
done in this city iu the armory ouiiuiags
and in the Boston and Albany building
The Hollv svstem. which is owned at
Lock port, N. Y., aud is in most succees-
fal operation in that city, includes num
e rous improvements in the protection of
the pipes laid iu the streets, the a i range
went of connections, valves, traps, etc
In the works at Lock port steam is con
ducted two miles, and Mr. Holly claims a
distance of five, miles can be reached.
The pressure on the pipes iu the streets
is about fifty pounds, and, in the houses
ten pounds, although only ouu or two
pounds is ueeded for heating.
TOYH TAX NOTICE.
. - ", ,
All peiwrfr living la tbe cornent limiu nf
the Town of Salisbury who are subject' to pay
a poll tax to the State or who owned or were
ppwessed of real or personal property ear- the
orn aay oi April, 199, are hereby notified to
list the same for taxation at ray. office in Mero-
neys at Kogerr store before .July 1, 1878.
Failing to do so they will be subject to doable
taxes. " . . . ,
B. F. ROGERS, C. B. C, V J
I one 1ST., 153. 33-.4L. - -- - -
Trustee's Sale of
Bf virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed by R. II. Cowan and wife to James
S. McCubbins dated 30th March, 1870. and
I4. t at C f . r m w
regisicrcu in me ujucv oi me negiaier 01 leeaa
of Rowan County, in book 45, page 100, Ac,
and upon which default has been made, I will
expose for sale at public anction at theourt
House door in the Town of Salisbury, on Mon
day, the 6rst day of July, 1878, at 11 o'clock,
A. 51., the following real estate, to-wit : Three
(3) tracts of land, consulting ol 532 acres, more
or less, situated in Rowan County, adjoining
the land of Robert Smith, James B. Gitaon,
Allison Overcali, the Nixun place and others.
One tract of 193 acres, one of 20o a ere, and
one of 129 acre; for boundrie, ee book 45,
page 1UU, rtegigtef s otnee, or the Mortgage in
my poeuon. The lands all join and form
one of the most desirable plantations in the
county, lying on both Hde of the Lincolnton
Road six miles west of Salisbury.
Terms Casn, Dated at Salisbury this
zaa oay 01 May, ies. ' :
J. S. McCUBBlN3,
32:5t. , Trustee.
In Harris' Chapel, Salisbury Circuit, on July S5th,
by Kev T. L. Trlplett, Mr. Thomas Yakbroi6h, or
Buncombe county, N. C, to MIssCakouns-Litakkk,
ol Kowan county.
y C. U. McKenitle, J. P., at the residence or W.
R. LlUiker, the lather of the bride, Miss Savanau
Litakkk to Mr. W . A. Bbandon, on the lita ol Julj",
July 2Sth, at the residence of the bride's f ather, by
Kev V. Kimball, Mr. J cues Y. Holt and Ml. jen
nik A8HWOBTH, both ot Alamance county.
Bald Mountain Under Scientific Light.
giver of every good thing.
Tbe irood old man that used to bring
the printers the biggest watei-iwelon he
'l-aiwd, ha, died. Tlie printers in this
.utlice are .in seach of lis grave. When
found,' they will erect a suitable monu
ment to his memory. Printers are an
uavs since in eouipunv vnn whhc wuj
friends from Malta, who "registered at the
almve named hotel. It appears that dur
ing the night of the 8th instant, the mos
quito bar around 'the ed ignited aeei-
dently from a candle, which Miss Lee had
lijrhted. In a few moments the flames
spread and caught the lace curtains, and
appreciative aud tender, hearted people, tjm rck,m wag WM, eiiveloed in flames,
and thev always try to give wm etpnvo-
bnr. however meagre, for favors dime
...... . o
Fruitx. Good fnut is scare this year.
Apples, especially are very inferior, and
iw.:u-lie not iuir so almndant nor so
tiueasitwasat one time expected..they
would be. Grnies are just beginning to
ripen and from present appearances prom
i well. Their greatest enemies, the hon
ey bee and waspQave put in an earlier
appearance than usual and may do much
to destroy tlie crop; for we know of no
practical protection against them except
to gather the fruit before it is ripe.
iivauiug tin i.m .. ... o r
one of his speeches before the- ieople,
nromised to net married . within six
months after tho electiou. Every man in
the county has been after Charlie, beg
ging that he marry. This announcement
will be read with delight, probably by
more than the mascilino portion of our
l?ople.. Personal observation has pre
pared us for an announcement of this sort.
Go it Charlie, and may your life and wife
be happy. - -
CARD OF THANKS.
The undersigned feels that some pub
lic acknowledgement 'from hint is due to
those neighbors and friends who aided
bim so effectually in replacing the loss he-
sustained by-tire in the spring. My dwel-
linig was destroyed on the 2Gth of April ;
hiuI through the hejp of kind neigbors and
.friends, I was enabled to move into a new
house, built on the same ground, the 7th
of May. Such prompt assistance, has till
ed my heart with thanks, and this public
acknowledgement is not less due myself
than those who aided me.
July 2G, lc78. John WisK, Sen'r.
It has lecn circulated through the coun
ty that I made use of disrespectful' lan
guage in connection with the name of
Mr. J. C. Foard. Mr. Foard who is mu
lling in opposition to Mr. Henderson for
the Senate, alluded to the matter-in one
of his speeches this week. It is duo my
self to say to Mr. Foard and- his friends
. that I have made use of no such language,
as 1 learn has been imputed to me, and
am surprised he should have used it pub
licly without putting himself to the sinall
trouble of veryfying the truthfulness or
falsity of the report. T. K. Hiu xkk.
, There is a loud call on ETt Perkins to
iniitate that Illinois lecturer who blew his
brains out a a part of his entertainment.
Of course, Eli can't contract to blow out
. . . .... 1 ?. i 1 a i
,) more orains man no nas got. it is
the p.'intomiine the eoile waut to see.
which Miss Lee heroically endeavored to
suppress butwi thou t success, and fearing
that the hotel might -be bin ned, she gave
the alarm of fire, which soon was heard
by some gentleman, who were occupying
rooms on the same floor, when ex-Judge
Samuel W Melton and Mr W A Clarke,
of Columbia, S C, were the first who came
to the rescue of Mfss Lee, and succeeded
in saving her money aud valuable jewel
ry from the flames. The morning follow
ing the fire, Miss Lee expressed her wil
lingness to pay all damages, though the
tire had occurred from accident. The
proprietor taking advantage of the lady,"
demanded 2,000 francs; which .was a pre
posterous and enormous charge for the
damage. A gentleman from Ohio, a Mr.
Polaud, a guest of tlie hotel, who has been
vice president of an insurance company
for a num Iter of years, estimated the dam
age at $70. The friends of Miss Lee at once
demurred to this enormous charge. The
American consul, Mr. Duncan, at this
place, -was exceedingly kind and protested
against the payment of any sum. The
proprietor now Vicing foiled in his dis
graceful effort to overcharge for damage
occurring from accident, became iusolcut
aud spoke in a ntauuer which reflected
upon Miss Lee. The insult was quickly
resented, Mr. Clark, of Columbia, S C,
struck him over the iioad with an um
brella. In a few moments the proprietor
was surrounded ly a number of Italians,.
who were clerks, waiters and attaches of
the hotel, but they were met. by Judge
Melton, Col John T Sloan, Jr, Mr U I
Jordon, of South Carolina, aud Dr I Ii
Robers, of Georgia, who by their courage
and determination caused them to stam
pede aud call for the police. A large
crowd soon assembled about the hotel
The-'proprietor was denounced by Colouel
Sloan for his conduct towards Miss Lee
who challenged him to go into the garden
and answer for the same with .swords or
pistols which the proprietor declined to
It would lte well for all Americans to
avoid this hotel when coming to Naples.
Prof. Kerr, who recently visitd Bald
Mountain, says that the disturbances
there four years ago were due to the forces
which first formed tho mountain chains,
and have continued operative ever since
that is to say, the lateral continental pres
sure from the Atlautic inward. This pres
sure is caused by the gradual cooling and
consequent shrinking of the earth's crust.
This pressure is crowding the rocks back
upon each other aud upliftiug them, sub
jecting theui .to enormous strain. When
the pressure reaches the point of fracture,
the rocks give way aud there is a grind
ing and sliding of the rocks, with an ac
companying perturbation, t rem illation
and noise. The conditions of a volcano
do not and never have existed. The late
phenomena, however, are probably due
mainly or wholly to the mere action of
gravitation in connection with the ordi
nary process of disintegration of the rocks,
which in that particular locality is accel
erated by the numerous joinings which
may be observed traversing the faces of
the Cliff. Aehecille- Citizen.
"Give us this day our daily bread," and good
medecine lo diget it, is both reverent and hu
man. The human stomach ami liver are fruit
ful sources of life's comforts: or, disordeied and
diseased, they tingle misery along every erve
and through every artery. J he man or woman
with good digettiua see beauty as they walk,
and overcome obstacles they meet in ine rout
ine of life, where the dyspeptic sees only gloom
end stumbles and trowls at even imaginary
obiects. The world still needs iwo or three
new kinds of medecine before death can be per
fectly abolished: but that many lives lmve been
prolonged, and many sufferers from Liver dis
ease. Dyspepsia and Headache, have been cur-
ted by AIkrkems ll epatin e, is no longer
doubt. It cures Headache in twenty minutes,
snd there is no question but what it Uthe most
wonderful discovery vet made in medical
science. Those afflicted with IVillioiisnes and
Liver Complaint should use Mkkkkli.'s II ep
It can be had at Theo. F. Klutlz'..
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
W 7 AUdnson. is the next 1
friend et&ftrr A. Atkinson j .Petition to ,re-
nor, . ruwtitf, 1 move guardian.
Geo W Swicegood, guardian, 1
Upon the affidavit of the PUi nllfT Si la nr.
dered by the Court, thnt publication be made
in me -Carolina Watchman" for six successive
weeks, notifying the 1 defendant. Geonre V
Swicegood, who it a non-resident ol the State
to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Sope
rior Court of said cojinty, on Monday the 1
day of July 1878. and answer the complaint
which will be filed in the above entitled action
within ten days from the date hereof, and if be
fails to answer the complaint, the plaintiff will
apply to the Coart for the relief demanded in
Witness, H. B. HOWARD,
Judge of Probate and Cleik Superior
Conrt of Davie Countv.
Mmy 17th, 1878. 31:6Lpf$7. pd
E. H. UARSH'S
SALISBURY, X. C.
Having my Foundry in readines. I am now
prepared to do all kinds ot Casting in either
Iron or Brass. All kinds of Engine and Boiler
Work done with dispatch; . also all kinds of
Agricultural and Mining Mach inery built or
repaired to order. I am also prepared to Dress
Lumber, make all kinds of Mouldings, make
Sash, Blinds and Doors. Sash, Doors, and all
sizes of mouldings, kept constantly on hand.
A stock or Lumber always on hand or furnish
ed at short notice.
A 16 Horse Portable Engine and Soiler
for sale at mv shonsj .
vt ork guaranteed, and at prices to suit the
Are an equaled for the onre and prrrwatMaof
& in Hocom, cattle. Bon,bnep,4U Jrowl,:
SATIS X. JTOUTK. Pvoo. Baltlmora. Aid.
J. D. McNEELY,
Grocery, Mm M Coniissioi
Agent for the Rale of Fertilizers, Lime,
Sawed Shingles, and Mountain Produce. Buy
and sell cotton, Lorn, Hour, Meal, and all
kinds of country produce on commisiion.
Highest prices guaranteed. Agent for the
celebrated English patent
Will keep a small assortment of Family
Groceries. Call and see him at his new 'stand,
three doors below Kluttzs Drug btore.
OT and SHOE
Statesville Air Line Railroad.
We call public attention to the charter
of theStatesville Air Line Railroad Com
pany" published in this issue, the provi
gions of w hich is most liberal and inviting.
lly tho proceedings of a meeting held in
this place last Monday night it will be
seen that measures have been adopted to
organize a company by a subscription and
enter upon the work of beginning the road.
A survey of the route to Mount Airy was
made five years ago, which the company,
with slight variations most likely will
adopt, and will save several thousand
dollars. Leaving Mt. Airy the line will
be extended in the direction of Lynchburg
or the East Tennessee Road, and a brauch
to Danville. Va. This will render Mt.
Airy a rail roil centre, and with the advan
tage of cheap freights, will cause that
town to rise to the dimensions of an em
porium. The counties and localities in
terested in this important road should
not be backward in liberal subscriptions
and activity to push it forward. States-
The Woman who reioices in sahid
cream, hot c ikes and warm pic ;
The Student who eat.hastilv and sits down at
once to active anu uieiuni uior;
The Business Mn who bolts his food in eager
haste and hurries to his counting room ;
The ITard Drinker could look at the deleicate
glands, swollen and festered with disease, that
cause the throbbing brain;
The Lawyer, the Minister, the Merchant, and
all who lead sedentary lives and are subject to
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Conslspation and
These only knew what Merreis IIkpatise
for THE LlVEK will do for their relief, and
how quickly it cures there would be much
less suffering than at present.
The great Liver Medecmes for sale by Iheo.
F. K lulU.
TKOS. H. VAHDERFORD'S
BGROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY STORE.
Gentlemen ani Lafe' Fine fort a
IT.ivlne entraeed the services of a first class work
man, we are prepared to turn out the finest and best
stvlea of cltv-made eoods. and at prices to suit the
times, constantly on nana an .assonea stock oi
superior material. Call and examine our work.
Salisbury, Feb. U, ISTS. o. 1 :ii.
Blaclmer ani Henderson,
SALISBURY, N. C
Januay22 1876 tt.
O HOP connected with Brown VerblCs Livery
vj staples. CBl- designs of shoes, to sun any
BUape ol foot. All shoeing on strictly 9clentlllc prin
ciples ana WARRANTED. All Kinaa Diacksauiuing
promptly aone. is:iy
Tliave jtiftt returned from the North
and am receiving my stock of goods em
bracing all tho latest styles of HATS and
BONNETS, for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. FLOWERS and KIUBON S, in end
TRIMMING SILKS, LINEN COLLARS
ANI) CUFFS, FANS,
, Zephyr Worsted Material for fancy work,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Neck Wear, Corset,
a good stock of
Human JIair Goods, tc, fcc,
All bought for cash, which will enable
me to sell as low as the lowest.
Call before buying elsewhere.
MRS! S. A. GREENFIELD.
Opposite Crawford's Hardware Store
GREAT BEBLXT10X IX PRICES P
We are the first to owVr
First-Class Sewing Machine.,:
at prices within tlie racL of all.- WS VTILX
HKLI. THE VERY BEST FAMILY SEWlXli
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented 4ron Stand and Treadle, with .
Wlnut Too aud Drawer, ami liecesMry Attach.
menU. and deliver it at any Kailroad Depot la the
FREE OF CHARGE.
These machiues are warranted to the n liola
line of Family Sewing with more rapidity, more
ease of management, and lesa fatigue to tlw oper-
aior, man an'Hiacbtn bow ta ne. Tney maao
tke 1ocblk Ibrkd Stitch in sch a mamier that
they avoid tlie necessity of wlcfilng t mder
thread, and willtww from the fintrt cambric to tto
keaviest overcoat cloth. Send for acircolr and
ample of sewing. Every machine warranted r
AGEXTS WANTED EVERYWHEIIE.
CEXTEXXIAL MACHINE CO., Limited,
47: ly. 72'J Filbert St:, Philadelphia, P
Greensboro Female College.
Terms Reduced to Suit the Time. .
Tlie 4oth session will begin on Wednesday.
23ih of August.
Charges per Session tf 20 tceels : '
Board, (exclusive of washing and lights), $50.
Tuition in full English course, $25.
hxtra Rtunies moderate.
For catalogue apply to
T. M. JCvNES, rrea't.
North Carolina College.
Mt. Pleasant, "Cabarrus County, N. C
The next sesaion beeina MoxiJay, AUOCST
5, 187 8. The course of studies is full, both in
the Collegiate and Academic Department; the
corps of instructors, able and experienced;
hence, this institution furnishes superior d-
vantnges for obtaining a thorough Classical
and business education. Tuition is moderate.
S2 to SI per month. Hoard in private fami
lies $8 to 9. At the College House, substan
tial board is given at $5. Contingent fee is
low. Community moral and location healthy.
For catalogue and further particulars ad-
KLV . S. liAHN, A. AL
37:4. Sec. of the Faculty.
An Undeniable Truth.
BROWN & VERBLE'S
Livery & Sale Stables,
Another of the grand arriiy of bum
mors has come out tor Umut. it is no
other than "Laudaulet" Williams, one of
Grant's Attorney Generals. He is now
of Oregon, and his name ia George II. He
says everybody he meets is for the horse
back man, and if nominated that he wil
lm elected. He will be nominated,' we
believe, but his election is farther on. I
liepends upon- whether a majority of the
American people are vicious or virtuous
whether they love plunder and pelf more
fthnn liberty mid country. Patriotism
i will triumph. UiiHgfon Star.
You deserve to suffer, and if you lead a ruis
erable. unsatisfactory life in this beautiful
world, it is entirely your own fault and there
i only one excuse for you, your unreasonable
prejudice and skepticixiu, which has killed
thousands. Personal knowledge and common
sense reasoning will soon show von that Ureen's
t LM. 1 1 ..f l.ivrr lim-
nUini. or DvsDetwia. with nil its miserable will find it to their interest to call upon then
effects, such as sick headache, palpitation of
the heart, sour stomach, habitual castiveness,
izziness of the head, nervous prostration, low
nirits, &c. Its salts now reach every town on
the Western Continent and not a Drugirist but
will tell von of its wonderful cures, lou cn
huv a Smnle Bottle for 10 cents. Three doses
will relieve vou.
By the fast schedule over the Western
North Carolina Kailrdad and its stage
connections, passengers leaving Ashe
vine late in tlie . atiernoon break last 111
Greensboro and arrive at Raleigh before
midday, or if going North would dine at
Richmond and sup at Washington.
The present is the mogt successful sea
sou Beaufort has had in many years. The
mountains of Western North Carolina
were never 30 full of visitors as this sum
mer, and there were never so many strati
gers in North Carolina from other States,
North and South, as now : nor so frw of
oar people ever before soajiht i turner
resorts abroad. These are good sigi
Thev show that north Carolinians are
beginning to appreciate the resources o
of their State ; that strangers have dis
covered the attractions that we present ;
and that Western North Carolina, with
railroad communications, is fast becoming
the mountain summer resort of the Eas
tern, Middle and Southern States. Ral
The Salisbury District Conference wil
convene at Moorcsville, N- C., August 21
All delegates and! others who expect to
attend are reouestod to notify Rev. T. L
Triplett, promptly at Mooresville, N. C
so that he may provide homes for them.
SALISBURY, N. C,
'Will convey passengers to and from any point
with the best stock and veliiciee.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
II 11 i I l I lb IVI - - "
before making arrangements elsewhere.
Drovers and Traders
will lma at tnia esisiiiimuucin gwv.
stables, and plenty of good hay, fodder, oata
COOL SPRINGS r
The Fall Session of this School will open on
Monday. July 20th, and continue 20 weeks.
Hates of Tuition Per Month :
Spelling and Heading, tc, $1.00
ArithuH'tic. rieograpli3-, English Gram
mar, Ac - loO
Rhetoric, Physics, Physiology, Botanv. 2.00
Latin, Greek. Algebra, Geometry. Ac. 3.00
Contingent Foe. Per Quarter t5
Tuition payable at the middle-, and el'ise of
the session. Students charged from time of
entrance to the end of the Session, antes
there is r special contract.
Cool Springs is 12 miles Xotth-Kaft of
Stafesville, and is not surna-ed for morality
and health. The water is delightfully cold
The Principal is an experienced teacher and
refers by periMnsion lo Rev. E. V. RjfkWell.
Cool Spring, N. ('.; Rev. J. l. Boone, StaU-
Havinir houffht the count?' rizht for the ville, N . C , aim iter, joscpn n Reoier. tnn,
"Tropical Fruit, Vegetable and meat l'resery- N. C- .
ence to all mle. are posiu rely required 01 sil
Board from Monday to Friday, 75 centa ts
1 1.00 per week. All the tiflne.inclndlotf xah
ing. tc., $6.00 to $7 .00 per montlj. Thare ar
several vacant nouses tnai can u rtntea en
For further particulars apply t
JOHN DUOKETT iMncjpal.
llout Sugar or Salt
. tt Ml 11 " P.I
ine rrocess, 1 win sen receives hi ft
will preserve arbarrel of fruiu or vegetables at
a cost of 5 cents, and 100 lbs pork or beef for
5 cent, and tlie fruit, meats and vegetables!
retain their natural taste. The process is a
dry one, simple and perfectly harmless, and is
used in almost every lamily. r or sale at
2G: ENNISS' Drug Stor
Hobble and limp no more, but hang your
rmtlioH mi t lip old on ken oe?. ana seize tlie
, w ,
first oniHtrtiinilv to be permanently cured.
My y , , . , . a
Your Kheiimatism, Uontracteit rauscies, nun
Joints. Frosted Feet. Headache. Karache.Pain
in bre:ist. side and back, will yield to tnai
wtsrfnl remedy, long anl favoralily known
Consigns' Lightning Liniment, which is
mil for both man and beast. Price o0 cents
v . . a T ,
a boitle. For sale ly u. k. fiarKer.
Tl.rvw wlliintr tnrnouls for pleasure driving
will find the best accoinmoaauoDB ai inec
f r. W. H. Kimball will always be onna ai
Lh Stables and promises entire satisfaction to
..II OHjf ATTl klN v,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
M. R. Chaffin, admr. of J. Wallace Cannon
W F Cannon, Geo A Cannon, L R Gainer,
wife of US Gaines. J Wesley Cannon, Martha
A Cannon, V C Cannon, Tbos A Cannon and
Willie Lniint Cannon, heirs at Jaw, J)'jt.
Petition to sell Land for Assets.
Uoon the affidavit of Plaintiff, it is ordered
bv the Court, that publication be made in the
Carolina W atchman" for six successive weeks,
notifying W F Cannon, one of the defendants,
All those suffering with Hemorrhoids, or
PIIps can safelv relv on being permanently
cured if they will use Tibler's Backeye Pile
Ointment, which is sold by all Druggists for
50 cent a bottle, tor sale ly i. rsarxer.
Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
August 1, 1878.
Cotton firm Middlings,
Bacon, county, hog round
Chickens per dozen
MkaIi moderate demand at
Whrvt good demand at
Flour best fam.
Onions no demand
SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(At Mclntyre's Furniture Roonia.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM.
; Eowan Connty Superior Court.
Isaac Lyerly, guardian of Mary Frances Ly
erly, Jane Lyerly, and Isaac Alexander Lyer
Lewis V. Brown ard Thomas E. Brown,
The defendants, Lewis V. Brown and Thom
as E. Brown, are hereby notified that Isaac
Lyerly, -as guardian of Mary F. Lyerly, Bailor
J. Lvcrly and Isaac A. Lyerly, has commenced
an action against them in the Superior Court
who is a non-resident of the btate, to appear at of own County, State of North Carolina,
the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of enUtled as aboTe . ,,nt lhe j,nrpose of .id ac
said county on Monday, the 1st day of J uly. tjon u lQ recov.r the
gum of nine hundred and
878. and answerTlie complaint which will be
filed in the above entitled action, within ten
lavs from the date hereof, and if he fails to
answer the complaint, the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court lor ine renei aemanueu in me
Witness, II. V- iluwAm'.
Clerk Superior Court of Davie County.
THE BEST TRIMMING SHEARS EVER
it..: .,-t..awl tho riht to sell this cele
jinvmK r ' ' " . . T,
brated Prnner in nine townships of Kowan
count.v I invite public attention to this valuable
implement, alaio-t indispensable to a man who
has fruit trees to trim, rersona wisning w
or buv it, may call at Klutti & Rendlemans
Store Salisbury. ITice tor tne impieiueoi
the fnrm right to make and use
20.3,0 G. FRANK DOW MI M
Sparkling Catawba Springs.
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. C.
This desirable watering place will be pen
for select visitors 20th May, 1878. The Springs
ted near Hickory Station, on tne
Western North Caiolina Railroad.
The bracing mountain atmosphere, with the
health restoring properties of their wateis, ren
der these Snrines a most desirable resort for
invalids and pleasure seekers.
The mineral waters embrace blue and white
Snlphnr and Chalybeate. It is the best and
mnnt extensively fitted up watering place in
the State, and can accommodate three hundred
A good band of music will remain at tlie
Springs during the season, and all the facilities
afforded for amusements usuaiiy iounu ai nrsi
rtasa watering places will he oflered to visitors
I A rood supply of ice constantly on hand.
1 " ... ... ... . 1 .
Conveyance will meet me trains oany .11
Tlu ltfirr' Station to convev visitors to the
Board : $35 per month of 28 days; $12 per
week S2oerdav. Half price for children and
colored servants, and liberal deduction for
. Pr. E. O. ELLIOTT.
29:2m. Owner and Proprietor,
six dollars for borrowed money, wilh interest
thereon at tlie rate of eight percent.'ptr annum,
from the 12th day of August, 1873. The said
Lewis V. Urown and Thomas tJrovrn, are
icreby requied to appear at the Court-IIouse
n SafiiJ'ury. on the 8th Monday after lhe 4th
Mondir of September. 188, at a term of said
Court, then and there to be held, and during
. . . ... ...
said term lo answer or demur to me compiajni,
which has been filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court ofltowan coiiTfty, or the
. 1 .. i-i
plaintitl will apply lor ine renei aemanaea in
The said Lewis V . Brown and I liomas f..
Brown are further notified that a Warrant of
Attachment against their property in said
Connty hs been issued from the superior
Court of Kowan County on application of the
plaintiff, returnable to the said Superior Court,
at the Conrt-Honse in Ralishory, on lhe 8th
Mndav after the 4th Monday of September,
1878. " J. M. HORAH,
Cterl Superior Court, Rowan County.
34: 6t: pf $10
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
FIRE AND LIFE
Persons wishinp to effect an Insurance
on either Life or Property would do well
to caTt on .1 Samuel McCubbins, who is
agent for some of the best American as well
as English Companies. Office in Meioneya
& Rogers utore, Salisbury. N. C.
July 3rd 1878. " 37:2m.
To make Title to Land, and Lalor'r and
Met Ikuiu-k Lion", for kh1 Ht this Oftice.