TV" ; . -
TIH-1K).Y. ACGCST8, 18W.
J.-U. HyiiHw cJeotod S-nat3r over S.
"M. Silvers. :ui independent, in the Dis
trict kodjt'l of CaMwell, McDoweJU
..Mitcl.el, .Vaney ami. Uiirke.
Tbe.vote of Davie, lor Senator, though
it iu favorable to' the tegular candidate,
Mr. J. 8 IleuUvrsou, a was expected, se
cured his vlrctioiK The Democrats of t he
county did teir whole duty. Mr. Foard
.ows 1 majority to the concentrated
Vote f Ji republican party and his w
Motift 4-ieitda in Jerusalem and Franklin
Catawba county democrats whipped out
all the independent who, came before
them. The cx-cditorof the Piedmont
' i'rrw, Mr. Murrill; O. G. Foard, Esq.,
formerly of Rowan; and Jonas Cline, for
;V) years Sheriff' of the- county, all and
each were, badly whipped out by the reg
nlnr nominees, and the county still boasts
- her claim a banner county of the State.
leter Cooper' humbug, the 25 cents
newspaper, is havings run in Rowan and
in thia part of the .State generally. Many
of the country people are delighted at the
idta of getting a newspaper for so small
a sum, aud feef that this 25 cents concern
is a grand triumph over the local news
papers which charge from $1.50 -to $2 a
year. When a candidate wants an ollice
he pays for drinks aud gains votes by his
liberality. AYIieu politicians "have a
scheme to carry out for their own advan
tage they can afford to give newspapers
The newspapers in those eastern coun
ties of Jt he State whjch, for the first time
since the war, have elected Democratic
representatives and county officers, are
strutting and crowing like victorious
rocks. It is perfectly refreshing to see
how glad they are. They ' fee'i Jike the
people of the West felt when the chains
lirsc dropped from our limbs, if is a
-mifhfvsnHHl feeling; but we of the. west
have been free long enough to have for--gotten
nuich of it, and are now about
ready 4o tear each others eyes out unless
each individual man can have his own
way in conventions and elections. Per
haps St would be wise to hold up aud con
sider a little.
Davih lUuniMiKK, Esq., while in town
on Monday, attendingthe meeting of mag
istrates, declared to one of his supporters
in tho late electiirn, that he would, on the
question of United States Senator, support
the candidate of the Democratic caucus.
He hadpromiscd to do this while on the
stump, and his supporter desired to know
whether he'still adhered to that promise.
4Mr. Merrimon," said Mr. -IJarringer, "is
iny first choice personally, but I will sup
port Gov. Vance or any other gentleman
who obtains the nomination of the Demo
cratic caucus. Mr. Harringer might add
to this still a noib'r reason ami say, I will
vote for Gov. Vance because a majority
of the people of Rowan prefer him. Rep
resentatives can have no letter reason
for any action than that of satisfying their
Hr. J. X. II. Suinmerell of this place,
and William Gemmell will sail from New
York on Steamer Auchoria for Glasgow
Scotland, on' Saturday, the 10th inst.
Mr. S. goes to Scotland"" to spend a year
or twp in tho Theological Seminary at
lvdinburg; and judging from a sermon
preached iu the Presbyterian Church at
-this place some time ago, we feel warrai:t-
cd iu the prediction that he will return
homo a preacher worthy of the approval
ofall. It gives us pleasure to bear testi
mony to the high character of Mr. S. and
to commend him to the christian fellow
ship of those amongst whom he will for a
time sojourn. He expects b make the tour
f Europe beforo returning. The best
wishes of his many friends attend him.
Mr. Summerell is a son of an eminent
physician of this place, andc grand sou of
Elisha Mitchell, 1). 1)., one of the most
distinguished geologist and scientific men
this county has ever produced; and judg
ing from-the euergy anil devotion of this
,0'PiWg a i we feel justified in the opinion
.that he will one day be no less dufin
guishejl iu ihe Holy profession which he
3Ir. GemmeM is a n?pbew of Mr. Wil-
;1iam Murdoch of thi.plaee, and is from
Averahire, Scotland. He has been in this!
eouatrjr about three y?aT. He is by pro
frssion a florist and buonut ahd he has
given auiple.tejiraouy of li high attain
ments in these departments. He has won
(thfc respect and coutideuce of all who have
wetjjiua, not only by 'his peculiar kill as
ji florist amVboionist, but nlso bv Ms bi"-h
haracier.jus. ji.geiHleuKui .aud a .christian.
Jle isa Scotchman tf' the right wetile.
Yv need many such; audWpreisiUe Isope
that he will return and become a- uerma -
lftfUeJU.,uf .our Stoic H.e luis had
much experience in his pjoession, having
.leeu engagfd tyr mauy years in the Royal
..Gardens, England, and -other extensive
jCardeiiM f uMemvB both jn Eeglaiwl and
It 1s a ''remarkable fact," as old Gov
crnnrfi vniu of blessed memory, used to
lay, thatlie-jCrtius of the Democratic psir
ty Jn tiz jeewte krtiov .should have oc
curred jn Jpe fitn.nli.tfls of Radicalism
hud ncgrodom. In Grau-JMe--we gaiued
ihree members, in-Xmrhampos one, and
1n New ifaB4Hrer and ;leuer two. and in
Halifaxiind Clibwaa we .eattu near crsiin-
ng two more. The .colored trvops fought
iobly, doubtless, lnt thj- jss slightly
OVFfClAti VOTE OP ROWAN 'r
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S&ute. ; Commons.,' t; FofSfcerlfc
Salisbury, ,687. 5S05, 173 4 ,176, 43714.
tTantlin, . M 4'W W 114 UTl lj $ 4
unity. ' S Wi ! I 6S j 44 8i 4
Scotch Irish, 13i Sit 1MI U U ! 8i mi e ss
Mt. t'Ua. iJI3 SSjlJ,145 7l 45jli; 10
Atwells, W Klisitliwi 63 A6 MI;
UtakerH. I M, 103 1 .Mi S7 llu, 133) s W
(iOhlHlll. -1 t: 61 5 41 -2 V 62 S
BernhantCs, l W 4t 4T , 3S( 4fl; t
Monran's, I 4iil4 as 46 U sr sa 41 87
ProvKifncc, Ut: M,j 46 1W W 5Sf'l 43
Locke, 155 j. 43 j 111 113 71 5 144 1
TOU1. l573 1067 1202 13!3!l339 R47; 1555 81 1 868
Tile election in this county passed with
out any violent demonstration. Candi
dates aud their respective friends were
very active, And at this box csiecially,
kept up their efforts from the rising to
the setting of the sun. Aud yet, uot
withstanding all the rallying speeches
during the canvass, and alHhehard work
of the candidates to bring out voters,
there is a falling off of 075 votes in the
returns as compared. with those of 1876.
There was at that time 2,163 polled for
Vance and 1,224 for Settle, making a total
vote of 3,337.- This year the aggregate
of all the votes cast for the several candi
dates for Sheriff is 2,710j and for Senator,
The result of the election in this county
was a surprise to none except the friends
of Mr. J. G. Fleming, one of the Demo
cratic candidates for the Commons; and
this was brought about in part by the
lack of unanimity anions the democrats
themselves. Many voted for the iude-
penueut, Daviu Uarringer, in numerous
cases "single shot,"iut of pure 'disrespect
to the county convention. Mr. Bost ran
ahead of Rarringer 25 votes, the latter
beating Mr. Fleming 25.
COMMOXEKS ELECT : -
H. C. Rostt Esq. David Uarringer, Esq.
In the Senatorial contest the indepen
dent, J. C. Foard, Esq., received a better
vote in this county than was generally
expected, to-wit : 1062 against 1570 for
Henderson. Mr. Foard, contrary to the
calculations of Rowan, carried Davie by
56 votes, leaving Mr. Henderson, a clear
majority in the district of 452.
Senator elect from 30th Dist :
John S Henderson, Esq.
The race for the office of Sheriff was the
most animating of nil; and the squabble
which grew out of the contest for the
nomination for this office, introduced all,
or nearly all, the contention .which dis
turbed the, political equiufmity of the
count-. That squabble destroyed the in
tegrity of the county -convention and
brought its authority into contempt. The
people felt they were under uo obligation
to resect its decisions, and numbers
openly assailed and denounced it. Rut
for this there is little or no reason to
doubt Messrs. Fleming aud Best .would
hothJiave been elected. For although
they were fairly nominated before the
good order of the (ounty convention was
disturbed, yet the subsequent scenes en
acted iu nominating a candidate tor Sher
iff were so abhorent to the public mind
that the people turned from the conven
tion as a whole with loathing, aud did
not choose to discriminate between its
good and bad actions. They made it the
occasion for accepting a release froto ob
ligation to stand by its action whether in
part or in the whole; aud it is not impro
bable had there been two independents
for the Commons in the field both would
have been elected. Nothing but the per
sonal popularity of Mr. Henderson (and
the lack of personal popularity of his op
ponent) saved him; for there was a larse
deal of resentment towards the Convention
mixed witu the impulsive action of voters.
Subtract from Mr. Bingham's vote of 850
the number of his persoual friends and
the remahider will show the approximate
number of those who stood by the deci
sion of the County Convention. We sup
pose the number amounts to less than
400 in the entire county. This was no
obstruction to an "old Sheriff" who had
performed his duties well, and was well
acquainted with almost every voter in the
county; hence we see him sweeping into
offiee with a majority almost equal to the
entire vote of the Convention candidate.
The above table shows on 26 votes for
Mr. Plyler, which of course, uuder the
circumstances, is no reflection upon him
personally. Voters had already taken
their stand lefore he became a candidate,
and they were under strong filling and
eonvietiou iu reference to the more pro
minent eatrtlidates. It was imnosKibl t
ni. This is further shown in
iu the vote cast for Mr. Buchanan. He
came out or was brought out late, as
the radical candidate; and all the power
aud influence of those of bis party friends
who beeame active in his support could
only bring up 260 votes for him. Many
of these (200 perhaps) ert personal
friends, so that the real influence of his
j party backers probably did not exceed
' rifty or sixty votes
! And iust her ..! in tl.w
1 mW 7 lyWIlIirj-IJlin I
is not out of place to remark, that party
leader ho longer carry voters iu their
vest pockets, or even in carpet-bags.
Voters, white and colored, seem to have
declared their independence and vote
justas tliey-please; so that hereafter we
would not give a pipe of tobacco for the
help of ay bell -weather in the county,
wketlierfce be a private citizen or an office
holder. For Sheriff:
CUARLES F. WaGOOSEIU
The Superior C. Clerk, J. Sf. llra!,;
the Kegisferr of Deeds, II. X. Woodson;
the Couuty Treasurer, J. S. Mct'iibbins;
the Count Surveyor, J. C. Bernhardt;
and Coroner. B. P. Fraley.-all old offi
cers werere-elected without opposition.
They are all jood officers safe, reliabje
ncn, careful and accurate in the discharge
,of theitipublic duties,- well as oWt?aiit
if :jt.U. , t:;"e
private life. They are worthy of the con
tideuce of the people and the people
Important Rumor. It has been rumor
ed here for several days that Mr. Wni. H.
Crawford will enter the field for Congress
in opposition to Mr. Armfield. The re
port is without contradiction up to the
time this paper goes to press, so that it is
probably true. ' v '
Mr, Crawford is a democrat, and must
if he goes into the nice, stand on his re
cord and run as an independent; 'or, re
pudiate his record and run as a republi
can; or, come out as one of die "nation
als." We presume ho' will enter as an
independent democrat, though in these
times of uncertainty we deem it best to
hear some public announcement 'from the
gentleman himself beforo we undertake
to define his position.
Mr. C. is an indefatigable electioneer of
popular address, aud has never been, bea
ten iu any race he has run. We would
not be surprised if he puts Major Arm
field to a very severe test. lie is popular
iu Rowan, and some thiuk he will carry
the county by a large majority. We pre
sume he is calcnlating on the discontent
known to exist iu some of the counties of
the west growing out of the displacement
of Major Robbins. In the present state
of the public mind no one can undertake
to say how much that may be relied on
to aid an "independent" against n 'candi
date concerning whose nomination the
people ncsitate, in some eases, and in
others, protest. We shall see what wi
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
W e make up from our exchanges the
following report of the election.
1. Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank,
Hertford, Gates, Cnowan, Perquimans,
Rnfus White, r. and Geo II Mitchell, r.
2. Tyrrell, .Washington, Martin, Dare,
Beaufort and Hyde Doubtful.
3. Northampton & Bertie Holleinan, r
4. Halifax Henry Epes, col. r.
5. Edgecombe Willis Bunn, col. r.
6. Pitt E A Move d.
7. Wilson, Nash and Franklin W S
Harris, Franklin, d. R W King, Wilson, d.
8. Graven Edward Bull, r.
D. Jones, Onslow and Carteret John W
Shackelford, Onslow, d.
10. Wayne and DupliBW T Dortch,
Wayne, d. J A Bryant, Duplin, d.
11. Lenoir and Greene WPOrmond, r.
12. New Hanover and Pender R K
13. Brunswick and Bladen Asa Ross, r.
14. Sampson Wood, r.
15. Columbus and Robcrson D P M -Eachern,
16. Cumberland aud Harnett Xeill
Stewart, Harnett, d.
17. Johnston L R Waddell, d.
18. Wake George H Snow, d.
19. Warren Isaac Alston, r. colored.
20. Person, Orange aud Caswell Giles
Mebaue, i. d.
George Williamson, Caswell, d.
21. Granville E E Lyon, d.
22. Catham A II Merritt. d.
23. Rockingham J P Dillard, d.
24. Alamance aud Guilford Junius I
Scales, d. Guilford, D F Caldwell, i. d.
25. Randolph and Moore, W M Black, r.
26. Richmond and Montgomery. Geo A
27. Anson and Union Culpeper Aus
tin, d. . -
28. Cabarrus and Stanly J M Red
wine, i. d.
21). Mecklenburg S B Alexander, d.
30. Rowan aud Davie John S Hender
son of Rowan, d.
31. Davidson J M Leach, d.
32. Stokes and Forsyth Everett, r.
33. Surry and Yadkin J M B rower, r.
34. Iredell, Wilkes and Alexander T
A Nicholson, d. of Iredell ; J P Mathesou,
of Alexander, d.
35. Alleghany, Ashe and Watauga
Jesse Bledsoe, d.
36. Caldwell, Burke, McDowell, Mitch
ell, and Yancey J G Byuiiin, d.of Burke ;
Alfred M Erwin, of McDowell, d.
37. Catawba aud Liucolu W A Gra
ham, of Lincoln, d.
33. Gaston and Cleaveland L M Hovle.
39. Rutherford and Polk Eaves, r.
40. Buncombe, aud M.-ulison T F Dav
idson, of Buncomle, d.
41. Haywood, Henderson and Tran
sylvania T W Taylor, d.
42. Jackson, Swaiu, Clay. Macon,
Cherokee and Graham James L Robiu
UOLSE OF REPUESEXTATIVES.
Alamance B F Mebaue, d.
Alexander Dr Carsou, i.
Alleghany C L Vaughan, d.
Anson J A Lockhardr, d.
Ashe Ed Foster, d.
Beaufort , r.
Bertie , r.
Bladen. John Newell, co!. r.
Buncomte Natt Atkinson d. and M
E Carter, d.
Burke B A Berry, d.
Cabarrns-W H Orchard, National.
Caldwell Ed Jones, d. ' .
Camden, S J Forbes, i. d.
Carteret A H Chadwick, d.
Caswell-Wilson Gary, col. r. Thos
Catawba R B Davis, d.
Chatham J M Moring d. and J J
Cherokee JotiuRolan, d.
Chowan Hobta, r.
Clay J S Anderson, d.
Cleveland L E Powers, d.
Columbus V V Richardson, d.
Craven -W E CUrkie, r. Willis D Pet
tiphcr, col. r,
CumoeHad-T A Sritftrlob:; r. T5T G
Blocker, r; , ; W' U r2'
Cnrrituck-J M Wootlhouse, di W
Dare. Doubtful ' --' -
Davidsou -A H Kendall d. and Frank
lin Smith, d. Joues Miller, r.
Davie F M Johnston, d. .
piiplin-T-a W hvnh tL and A S Col -
well, d. """ . , v- v-,
Forsytli Lowric, r. '": "
Franklin C M Cooke, d.
Gaston Hardy Huffsietlerd. ' '
Gates J J Gatling, d.
Graham. votes with Cherokee
Granville -J E Burroughs, d.' Itufus
Greene-rVV. iVOrmoud. f. Dr Jas A Mc-Ix-an,
Halifax John A VVhite, r. Johu Rey
nolds; rv- ' " "' '
Haruett CH Coftb ld, d.
Hay wcMid-MF'tf D.iVis, d.
Henderson Bird, r. j
Hertford-J J Hoi ttui, Y. "
Hyde Thomas Gihbs, d. :
Iredell J R McCorkle, d. J D Click, d.
Jackson Leatherwood, d.
Johnston Bi2zell, d . E J Holt, d.
Lenoir W WDifnn, r.
Lincoln rBG-Cobb, d.
: Maeou John Reid, A,
Martin X li Fagan. d.
McDowell J T Riel, d.
Mecklenburg J L Hrowu, d. V K Ar
Mitchell S W BlalK-k, d.
Montgomery W T H Erwin, d.
Moore NeiK Ieach, i.d.
Nash G X Lewis, d.
New Hanover II E Scott, r. W H
Waddell, col. r.
NnthamiloiT?--Jas W Grant, d.
Onslow S B Taylor, i. d.
Oiaqge M A "Angier, A. Josiah Tur
Pamlico Votes with Beaufort.
Pasquotank Hugh ('ale, r.
Pender T J 'Armstrong, d.
Perquimans Blasdell, r.
Person Moutfoid McGhee, d.
Pitt D C Moore d. and Germain Ber
Polk, Dale, r.
Kaiidolph X C English, d. Bing
Riehmond Henderson, r.
Robeson A C Oliver, r. R M Xr
ment, r. '
Rockingham T L Rawley 71. ami Wm
, Rowan H ( R:ist,d. David Barringer, i.
Ruthei lord Voun. d.
Sampsoui L 11 Carroll d. and John ('
Stanly- D I) Kitchey, d.
Stokes . r.
Surry Foard, d.
Swain T D Brvsoii. d.
Transylvania G W Wilson, d.
Tyrreil W G Nelson, d.
Union David A .Ctiviugtou, d.
Wake W E Richardson, d. R W Wynne
r. J J Ferret 1, r. Stewart Ellison, r.
Wilson J M Tavlor, d.-
Wilkes T Ydirk, d. L Uarrell.d.
Warren L T Christmas, r. Hawkins
Carter, r. .. ...
Washington , r.
Watauga W 15 Council, d.
Wayne Geo C ituehau, d. Deans, r.
Yadkin - r.
Yancey D (i'Garrett, d.
I will try Vegctine.
AND WAS CURED.
Dkl.vwakk, O., Feb 16. 1ST7.
Mr H K Stkvkss:
Uear sir, I wish to give you this testimony, that
you may know, and lei oihers know, what Vegetlne
has done for rue. About two years ago a small sort
came on my le: it soon became-a larjfe Ulcer, so
troublesome that f consulted the doctor, but I pot no
reiiei, growing worse from day to day. 1 suffered
terribly: I could not rest' day or nl-ht I was so re
duced my friend thought I would never recover; I
eousulted a doctor atColtunbus. I followed his ad
vice: it did no ood I can truly say I was discour
aged. At this time I was looking over rav newspa
per; 1 saw your advertisement of Vegetlne, the
ureat Blood Puiifler'' lor cleansing the blood from
all Impurities, curing Humors, I leers. te. I said to
my family. I will iry some of the V'cgetlne. Berore
1 hail used the lirst bottle I Derail to leel better. I
m;ule up my mind 1 had got the itjj-ltt medicine at
last. I could now sleep well nights. I contmueu
taking the VegcUne: f took thirteen bottles. Wy
iicaltii is (roo t. The i leer Is jrone. and I am able to
ittend to business. T paid about four hundred dol
lars for medicine an-! doctors before I bought the
Veretlne. I have reeonimended Veretiiic to others
with ifood suecesM. . I always keep a itotile of It In
the house now. It is a mtjst excelle t medicine.
Verj' respectfullj' yours,
Mr. Anthonl Is one of the pioneers of Delaware, o.
lie scttlml here In tU. He is a weallliy Kenlleman,
of the linn of V. Anthonl i'Sons. Mr. Anthonl Is
f'xteastvely loiown, esprclany amoni: the Jeraians
He Is well known In cfnelauatl. He i.s respected by
Iupcre Bihio. In morbid conditions of the blood
are many diseases; such as salt-rheum, ring-worm,
boils, carbuncles, sores, ulcers and pimples. In this
condition of the bloKl try the VKtiKri.sK, and cure
these affectli ns. Asa blood purtller It lias no etpial.
Its effects are wonderful..
DoufHETEK, Mass, June 11.
Dn 8TKVHNS : r :
lear sir, I feel It my duty to say one word in re
gard to ihe:jreai beueiit, 1 have rereived from the
use of one of the.jcri.1te4 wonders of the worH; It is
your Vejretine. y have btreh biie of the greatest suf
ferers for the last etjrht years that ever trould be Uv
la;. I d sincerely thank uy No-1 and your Vege
tlne for the relief I have got. The HhenituitUm has
pained me to such an extent, that my feet broke out
In sores. For the last three years I have not been
able to walk; now I can walk and sle p and do my
work as well as ever I did, and I must say I owe it
all to your blood purifier, Vejetlne.
Vecktink. The great success of the Vkoktink as
a cleanser ahd purifier of the bRwd la shown beyond
.1 doubt bv the great numbers who have taken It and
received Immediate relief, with such remarkable
1 3 better than any
IIknpeksox, Kt Dec, 1877.
I have used H R Stevens' Vegettne, and like U bet
ter tnan any meiiclne I have used for purltytn the
blood. One bottle of Vegettne accomplishes more
good than all other medicine I have taken.
Veoktikk is composed of Roots, Barks, and Herbs.
It is very pleasant to take : every child likes It.
Iear sir, I aTe sold Vegetlne for a long time,
and find it gives most excellent satisfaction.
A. B. DE FIEST, M. D.,
Prepared by v
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists,
Anvone wtshinjr t nnrcbs ori4n nPaA
Mill and Cook Pan will do well to call on the
Ofkler?iTn d, fhre will .pell'few-dowiCashe
has two and canuot ran tbem both. Forfar.
Iher information call on ttm at his place 4
wile east of. Salisbury, i utile left of Dunn's
uiouutsin on the Stoles Ferrr road. " -Aug.
7, 1878. J:m J.'C. CAUBLE,
A I -.- k.- ' . - t mi . --
InTpurBuance of a Mortgage executed to me
by llayiun Crilz, I will sell fur cash-at- (he
CMirt House in Mocksyille, on the 5th day of
September next. One tract of land known as
the Griffin place, adjoining the lands of A.
ilarpt W. Sierfdnjan. nd others, containing 89
acres more or leiw to PHlisfv 8:ij mortgnge.
. Aug. 5, 1 878.-' 42:41. A. AN DERJSON.
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Davie County -
IS THE SUPERIOR COCKT.
If. li. ChafEu, Adnir. of J Wal-
loee.dec'd., I'luihtijf, ,
W F CaaUott. 0ei A Ciunon. Petition' to
It 8 (iainos wife L H Gaiues, J to . koII land
J Wesley tuniii.n, Alartba A I for Assets.
Cantmn, V 0 Cinnon, Thos A
Cannou and Willie cuiiiih Can
iu.il. Heirs at Iiw. JJtffts.
It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Conrt,
thatJ Wesley Cannon, one of tho defendants
above named id a uon-resideiit of the State, it is
ordered by the Court that publication be made
iu the "Oartriina Watchman" for six successive
weeks Notifying said defendant to appear at
the i.ffiee ol the Clerk .of the Superior Court f
said c unity, oi Mouday the Uth day of Sept..
1873, ahd 'answer the complaint, which is tiled
in the above entitled action, and if he fail to
answer the complaint, the 1 aintiif will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded iu the
Witness. II. U. HOWARD,
Clerk Superior Court of Davie County.
July :iUt, IK7rt. 4l.6r. ($7v)
Xotice is hereby given that we, the under
signed, proprietors'!! the ali-bury I'itj- Mills
will not be responsible for any ffrist that may
be lost , misplaced or stolen alter the prnuii.-cd
time expire. -7-Furthermore, these Mills will
not be considered public. Mills any lonrer.
V'e will do all iu our power to keep thin-r-
st raight and in their proper places .but cannot
be responsible lor the above t- jine accidents.
aim, pd A. 11 A II I'M AN tt S0Nr.
WESLEY AN FEMALE INSTITUTE.
This tUne honored Tnstitntin eper.sSepteni
ber JUb. IrCd. Amoug the first schod for
young ladies in the Unit id States. European
and American Teachers. Surrounding' beau
tiful. Ciiinate uiisui I'tisM'd. l'Mroniz.d by
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TKUMjS IN Til K UNION: U.oard. Washin?.
Liirhrs. Kuglih, Latin, l-'n-m b, lor each hall"
d the ScdiistU; year, 1 1" Music very lw.
l'r Cataloni's. address
K v. WM. A. HAKIMS, 11. D. Prest .
. 3D: I in. SUunlon, Va.
Valuable Land for Sale I
I offer for -ale Two Tracts f Land niluated
011 Hack Creek, about VI miles west ofSalisbii
rv, known as the Siansill lund. ndjoinini N.
11. Hail, J. T. Hav, Cl.C. (iillepie and others,
containing One Jliindn d Ai res each. I will
sell separately or together as ihe.ptiri'haser may
Terms reasonable. Uor further information
call 01 or address me at Mill Hridge, Rowan
Conn v. N. .J. S. McCUIiiMNS, Agt.
Mill I'.ri.l-e, N. C , Julv 12, 1878.
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M EWJWPWOMEH, 0F THE SOUT H
Desiring Pleasant and Profitable Work,
are invited to ;-oli( ii orders for
THE LIFE OF
Gen. Allert Sidney Johnston,
enibraeinjj hi services in the armies of the
Unite! States, the Republic of Texan, and the
C-onfederate Slates. bis son, Vo, Wni.
One handsome octavo, 722 page, illustrated
by maps and engraving. Sold by Hubscrip
lion. Exclusive territory piven. For further
particulars, apply to publishers, D. APPLE-
TON & (X)., 549 It'dway, New York. 38:lt
Rowan Cpunty -Saperior Conrt.
Wilson Kesler, Plaintiff,
Tlioms K. lirown, DffeuJunt.
The defendant, Thomas K. Brown, in hereby
itotitied l hat ilson KesUr has coinuwiued an
tetion against him in the Superior Court of
tlowati County, tate if Nrfh Caiolinn, enti
tied as alnive : That ifle purpose of said action
is lo recover the sum of one thousand dollar
wilh interest thereon from the 1st day of June,
IS77. S.iid Thongs K. lirown is hereby re
I 1 i rM I to appear at the Court-8 Iimisc in Salis
bury, in be County of Kuwait, at ihe Term of
the Superior Court for said County, to be held
on the Sib Monday alter the 4lb Monday of
September, 187S, and during said Term to an--wer
or demur -to ihe complaint to be tiled in
the wflice of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said County, within the first three daysof said
Term, or the plaintiff will apply for the relief
lemanded in the Complaint.
Said Thomas K. Brown is further notified
.bat a Warrant of Attachment against his pro
perty in saiil County has been issued from the
Superior (.'oiiri of Hnwan County, on applica
tion of the plaintiff, returnable to the Superior
Court of said County at the Court-House in
Salisbury, on the 8th Monday after the 4th
Mondav of September, 1878.
.JOHN M. HO RAIT,
Cti i k Sujtei ior Court, Rowan County.
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On and Off Slick as Grease !
W. M. EAGLE,
Respectfully announces his continuance at
his old stand in his old line, on Main Street,
opposite Knniss' Drug Storo. Re in always
ready and anxious to accommodate customers
in his line iu the best manner possible. He is
prepared to do first class work Bnd can com
pete with any northern Shop or Hand mjide
work. His uiachines, lasts, tc. are of the
latest aud best paterns. Reworks the very
best material and keeps on hand ready made
work, and utot-k equal to any special order.
Repairing neatly and promptly done at rea
iwnable price. Satisfection gnaranteed or no
Prices to Suit the Times.
Cash ordeig by mail promptly filled.
34.6mos. w. M. EAGLE.
Forthe pdy .'urnr Seminal ?elcnf,lst
Manlioml ant all dmnrrU'ro brought on h, indis
cretion or exevm. a ny Dnjiffrtirt baa tli Inrro
dint. Dr. W. tqt l A -o., Ko. 1M
West Sixth Mtrre ClcJM. O.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and vxtWx other blanks for saU liere
'OAROLINAKEAIj -ESTA'TE AGrENCYt:
CHARLOTTE N. C.
W3-buy aud sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Have agent Xortb
ing up emigration for tlii Kection. We adveilise jiiore, e.xteusivel, tUun aov Wftr"?
agency in the-ountry, no that our chancer fotlselliug landaie snperior to aov t!r
agency. We make no charge if no wile is made. We mdicit correaponden
those having real estate to sell. . We want avhuniber, of ; fariua uow tti fiUrJ1
Agents wanted in every county. Send for our advertising r.wr The SouUdaw"
- . Dawson it qq
I?TA.ISrOS AND ORCA.jSrs.
We are State Agent for Horace Waters &. Sonsi celebrattHl Pianos and Or
The best instrument in the world for the nionev. Fully warrantetl for siTl",""
Prices lower than the lowest. Of SHEET MUSIC we have a full stock; vf 51
received as soon as published. Churches, Sunday-Schools, Female SernitmrT IBtU'c
Teachers supplied with PIANOS, ORGANS and SHEET MUHJC; large diitw't1'4 '
Send for catalogue aud price list. Any other make of piano or wgan y1'
when desired. Agents wanted in every town and county.. Address
DAWSON & CO
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SAVE THE FRUIT !
Mason's Improved Fruit Jare.
A large lot just in. A long, long ways
eliaper than ever offered before.
At KI.UITZ'S DKUO STORE.
KILL TH FLIES.
KliUTTZ'S FLY PAPER
Slavi them bv the inillion. - Chen p.
AtKLiJTI Z S DRU(i .STORE.
BEST Wi YET.
KLUTTTS BLACKBERRY CORDIAL,
i the safest, surest ami most pleasant remedy
for Diarrhea, Dvsenterv, c.
For sale only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
ALL FOR A QUARTER.
A pood Lamp, chiinney, burner and wick,
all fur a quarter.
At K LUTTZ'S IiRUG STORE.
Makes tie Little Oaes Sleep.
Does K blitz's Soothing Drops. Contains no
Onlv at K LUTTZ'S IUL'(i-STORE.
Three Fine Cigars fcr 10 cents.
Red "C" Oil. lL-st and pratiest illuniina
tiny i I.
IJSuini: So ip;i has the bluing already in it.
VokI l'ueket S.mI.i Fountain. Call and
Fop iralleleil bargains iu I lair Rrnsbes. Toi
At T1IEO F. KLUTTZS DRUG STORE,
17:ly. Salisbury, N. C.
P. N. HEILIG & SON,
wjuld call attention to their large and splendid
Kiubracln? IRONS and STEEI-S ever' variety or
sizes antl shapes best quality.
Wagon and Buggy Materials.
comprlsinir nil the various kinds required springs,
aies, waeeis, sc., re;uiy to set up.
Telegraph Straw Cutters.
all sizes, and unsurpassed in quality and durability.
Great American Lightning SAWS,
every kin 1 and size, eiubnu -m MILL H CROSSCUT.
N AlLS -all sizes cut and wrought.
The most oopulir and appr vl styles -Mow CaKt-
mtrs, an kiiius, twits, k'. ffrr No. 5 points for $1.
WINDOW CLASS from i t ioi4:-lMtty,(iilH,
I'.iiius, Varrilshe-i, Litflitnln;; Urter, &e.
FAIR HANK SCALES Steelyards and Balances.
For Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Mux-makers, Farmers.
Champion Mowers and Reapers.
Horse Rakes, Threshing Machines,
II rse-lnvers, rumps. rOniln Cradles,
wr.iss Seytiies. 1'iant.ers Handll Hfies,
CUNS, Mstids, Kniws, and CUTLERY or all kinds.
tWour st'k- embr.iees e. erythlntj to tie found in
n lar-e and complete Hanlware si or1, and all at low
prires for exsli. 3 with thanks for past favors we
hone to merit c.i itiuued o:uiJencc and lni'ro;isluiF
patronage. .March ;, iszs. 2'i:lv
Rowan Count Snperior Court.
B. 15. Iiidierts, as Trustee of
Suss.n K. Humphreys, Plaintiff,
Thomas K. Urown,
Samuel il. Harrison, Dcfrnflant.
The defendiiut, Tbom.is KHUrown, is hereby
notified that 1. IJ. lioberls, as Trustee .f hii
san K. Humphreys, has omiiinci 1 an action
against him and Samuel K. Harrison, in the
Superior Court of I tow. in county, Stateof North
Carolina, entilled as ntwtve: That the inrxise
of mi id action is ty recver the sum of three
thousand three hundred and fourteen dollar
ami sixty-eix cents, for money loaned, with in
terest thereon from the 'Jlst day of Jnlr, 1877.
That the summon ha been duly served upon
the defendant, Samuel K. JIarrison.
Said Thomas K. lirown is hereby required
to appear at the Courl-Iloose in Sails bury, in
the County of Howan, at the Term of the Su
perior Court to , he lit Id on the 8th Mondav af
ter the 4th Monday of September, 1878,'and
during Mid Term to answer or demur to the
Complaint tobe filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court f mid xounty within
the first three days of gaid Term, or the Plain
tiff will apply for the relief demanded in the
Said Thomas 5. Urown is further notified
that a Warrant of Attachment against his pro
perty in Raid county has been issued from the
Superior Court of Rowan county on applica
tion of the plaintiff, returnable to the Superior
Court of said county, at the Court-House in
Salisbury, on the 8th Monday after the 4th
Monday ofSeptember, 1878.
J. M. HOUAH,
CJerk Sunei ior Court, Rowan County.
T. I. AYERS,
MANUFACTURER OF FIXE CIGARS,
Salisbury, N. C.
The follo-wlnsr brands kept constantly on hand:
"Royal em," $.VU) per M. "Little Pet," $4.oi per
M. (Both Havana filled.)' "nalsv," tavwi per M.
'silver Lake.-(half Havana tilled.) $35. on per M.
"No. 1," tao.im pr M. "Prt le of Cuba." $25.00 per M.
"Utfle Commodore," 2u.ui per M. Orden prompts
ly filled. . 40:
1 CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLIBI
Statesviile, N. CL
The next session; o,ens Augnut 28 J8-J
r.oar.1, and tiulion in EnKlislu $5 00
moii f twenty week. fauliH and
with fall particul,rs npplij,
HE PCXLAND CHINA
And a Milch COW and Calf
bare a Jot. of fine piv f various wkh
I oiler a,s thornrli-lreil i,H-k Li.fr AIo
riol Milch Cow. whit h wi'l b siu at j,'
rale rate.-qualii y eonsiden-d
- UK. CKAWF0KI
So'isbury. Juiu- 2. ltj?tf. 241
T would respectfully iurrni the citiseng f
Salisourr anl the .snrnuinding country, that I
havelocated in Salisbury (iu the bck rH.m of
Plyler's H.ol Store), and am prepared to Jo"
all wfk prnmpMy and weH. as in u ur8t--clM
Tailoring. Eslabli.-hjnent. AVith a twenu-fir
years' experience in Cutting. Fittrur, Makiup
Cleaning anil Hepniriiig. I can safely (jnarta.'
fee to my patrons the fullet satisfaetioiif
the Accommodation of lariners, I Kill take
Produce in Exchange for Work.
The patronage of Kowiiu and thcjurr;iindhif
counties N respectfully sidjeitd. Cnrrptipun.
d.:nc' i'iviteiti"ro:n persons livincrnl adinanc
M-.:u J. A. STOCKT0X:
AROU X D tho COHXEH.
J'o the Public, CiUKKTISO :
IULIAN & FRALEY
Present compliments t the jmblic .
urrd-tlcsirc to call rcncweil attcntitm totlicir
efforts to In; Useful AS JL
- AND CARPENTERS.
Their pricesjirc as low as it is possible to
make tlietn, antl their work not inferior to
any. The v till orders in two department!,
ami -have so far friveti satisfaction. Tliry
have extended tlicir facilities recently, ud s
are encoura4c to hope for increased de-X
niands. Their ready tnade stock in hind
comprises a general assortment of house fur
niture liedsteads, Uureaus, ('iothes Prewei,
Lounges. Racks, Wardrobes, Book -Cawt,
CuplKiarclsand ('Iiina Pn-sses. Candle Stands
Tin Safes. Desks, Tallies, Washstands. Chain,
kc. They also keep 1111 assortment of-
of walnut, pine and poplar, from $3upward.
Also, AVimlow Sash. They till orders with
out vexations delays. AV'ill contract forrar
penter's work and warrant satisfaction. Will
take j;ood lumber and country-produce 11
exchtini;e for furnitnrc. Shoji nearly oppo
site Wat hnian office Juliak Fiulet.
J. W. Watson,
The old original and reliable Photograjibw,
from"Rah-ij;h, has taken anl filled up the oW
(iallery m Main street, Salisbury, N. C, whr
he is prepared to execnie all styles if Phulo ,
graplis. Ferrotypes, .Vc, in the very best atyhv
Call an! see him ov-r Plvler'i Iook Store.
Work the best in t4.e State." 2W.
Hack Line to Albemarle.
. The undersigned is "running a oomfortab'
tri weekly Hack line frim Salisbury to Al'
marie, Jv. C Vill convcv passeneers to (kU
Hill, ir elsewhere on the lute, cheaper
any Livery Stable.' Leave Salisbury evy
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 a. in. I"
turn every Tuesday, Thursday and Satunla.
Leave orders at National-Hotel.
0. W. WIIITLOCK,
II I Hi' !
The Oldest Specialist in America
Treats with nlmost Universal "acceft(L
Cancerous affections, all Scrofnloai
tionr Excresencea and Tumors .abf,,ulL
face, Ac., Piles, F'stula, Dropsical
tion, &c. A-t he Doctor iTonften froinfwjj
address his son, John Robert Clopton, pT,B
his name in full. . t.
Send for Circulars and see Testimonial
from men known to very one in the p
Thousands who could notleare h.'pJjB,
leen cured by the use of his remedies.
el-Tiirection5 accompany all Pj
that anyrnan or woman can use them
WTrite your name in full, also your rjj
Office, County and State. Always
name, or my spnunume in full. '
Dr. J. A. Clopton, of Haatsville, Ala.