. m-m "ST,,. Si -.
3L, O O A,X.
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j,e paste bruli iu the ink-Rtand, it i re
1 'rtlJjuiposUive evideuee that be la in
1m Jwidewt. Mr. - Hubert Bostian, liv-
I itiiker Towuetrtp, luiu, ou mj m
Lis thirh-boue brtdtwi by UUog
i Jl..! fn MiM rrrouild
.m a luu m - e
V J. lloseiwau, liia attendant, Utea that
he is do ver"
The eclipse of the sun on the29tli pass-
Hl without sending the chickens to root,
w "it sviuetiiuesdoes. The obscuration
.wmarW, however, that any one
not apprised of the cause would have been
Ui-'ed to see that something uuuaual
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reliably i a Jfcmcd that Sanmel Canble, of
Franklin township, .billed a lien a few
days before the election, niiH on cleaning
her, found twenty-one hard hen egg, of
usual sizeiu her body. The Concord Sam
jMtd the "local" of the Charlot te Observer
would have made a six-column report of
tbu item if they had got hold of it first ;
but we see uu use iu spiuuing-out such
" - o-
Meeting of Magistrates. The Magis
trates of the county met at the,, Court
House last Monday for the purpose of
electing five County Commissioners. Four
members of the old Board, to-wit: D. A.
Davis, D, C. Reid, J. 0. Fleming, G. A.
Bingham, were re-elected; and W. M.
" Oil Wll.II HIVJ nun.
e,.i.7ib The Western N. CV
oad have made a uew Hcheduie ana
Hi ..,ir villi tlilllY III KIOSC wiiiicvvioii
Will " '
with Richmond, Duuvilleand X. C. Roads.
Mails and passengers will hereafter be
ptit through to Asheville without theioss
jTran'lmurou every day of the week ex
'Vo'uble Melon. We have a musk-melon
o i the tfylo of the Canada twins united
'i almost their entire length. It had o
ypnurate steins and blooms. The product
tJ'ilas E unheart's farni, but sent to us
InHlr. C. I). Clark.
We have ineloMS m great plenty this
.yeara'u'd-of good quality
Kincaid elected in the place of Or
Several subjects of general interest wer
discussed, but they were Iairver for the
meetiug wiiich is to be held on the 1st
Monday in January, 187U. An effort will
then be made to reduce he coauty ex
penses. Various plaus have been t bought
of and suggested, and some of these or
some iniMliHcatiou of them, will no doubt
be adopted. The people of the county
who have to-toil all the year run ml lor. a
bear support cannot afford trt keep ip a
costly county" government if it can ikj
avoided. The Magistrates are acting as
tl a sort of Committee of the Whole ou the
state of the-county, and will come better
prepared at the next meeting to consider
the subjects then to lie acted jn. One of
these is the ndactionof the Inferior Court
Irom fo ir to two terms.
V CommU siouin' Meetlagr.O ''
; i f r -Aco. 2, 1878.. .
'.. The Mayor announced tlie death of llr.
Isaac F. O'N'eil n'memberW this Board,
at Ida residence this morning, whereupon
Mr. J. M. McCorkle introduced the follow
ing resolutions, which were uuauiuiously
Whereas, the Board of Commissioners
of thia town have heard with profound
sorrow of the death of Isaac P. O'Neil,
late a member of this Board ; and where
as, his character as a man and as one of
the commissioners of this town command
ed the confidence and respect of the citi
zens of this town us well as of this Board,
R solved, That iu the death of Isaac P.
O'Neil the town has lo X one of its most
enterprising citizens and this Board oue
of its most useful members ; that be waa
a pnblic spirited man, always alive to the
interest of our town and devoted to its
improvement; and that his death has cast
a gloom over this t-ouunnuity.
Absolved, That uu will attend his fu
neral iu a body, and will wear the usual
badge of mourning for thirty days-
Resolved, That- the Secretary furnish a
copy of these resolutions to the family of
. . . 1 II M f
the decease!, and also to lie ten um h
B. P. Rogers, C.B.C.
"Jiur Out." This laconic answer was
given us, Tuesday, oir-inqniring "wl.nt
was the matter with him T YesL immu
fellow, he has closed a miserable exist
ence. Whiskey has completed- its mis
sion for" him just as it has done for -many
wthersV Lite blasted fruit they- fall
fM-e their time. Add another Jiame to
the list of the slain.
' Mr. John Kaiuhai t, of this county, re
jmrtH having raised 2 quarts of wheat
from grains sent to him in a letter in
!87t.; He sowed that next year and har
vestotl this summer 4 bushels and 3 pecks.
Mr, Earuhart also reprt8 having ft hen
that was hatched out in 18."7 a black lien
iii years old. Come on with your old
I assure my
Quite a number of our citizens have
leff'.towh for the sumuier. Tlie family
of Dr. Whitehead, .1. M. and J. H. Horali,
are at Siimiiierville. iu Davidson county;
the family 'of J. J. Stewart, and the senior
cditofVif this paper,' at Healing Springs,
in te"lssrnecoiinty. Major Cole and
. faniily : have gone to Old Fort. Others
nlso'fiie lautiifg -for a cool place.
y?. Willie Johnston, youngest son of
-the late John Sloan Johnston, a young
man l or 23 years, wjis killed at Mingo
JiHU'tHiii, Ohio, on the Ciueinuati and
Pittsburg K. H., yesterday, by a collision.
His inother, Mrs. Sarah Johnston, and
sister, who had arrived here a few days
Itetore on a visit to kindred and friends
iii.tjibt ftace, were informed by telegraph
Filie-accidcnt and took the next train
for the scene of their sad liereavemeii t.
friends that their votes
i . 'ii i
wvre apjn -ciaf'i on iai i inirstia . i
shall not forget your kindness.
I will also state that I don'tthiuk I will
run after any more offices. I will sit still
by the wayside and wait, and if an office
goes for me I will be still and let it grab
me. It don't matter what it is. . If it is
for 'Governor. Congressman or President
of the United States. I'll sit till it gets
fast hold of me. I don't want the office
of sheriff. Who would have it! It will
do tor small fry ; but the office of Con
gressman, or President of the United
States is more honorable and pays better.
So don't look for me on the. tickets for"
sheriff any more.
To all who were defeated with me "I
jive out a Uime" which I hope they will
"jine" me in "siuglii'. " It reads thusly :
"Come on my partners in distress,
- Who are traveling iu this willdemess,
And still your troubles feel." "
And .then let's wipe our weeping eyes,
and hanic our harps upon the w illow and
wait for the lat offices to nut us.
iuW filling ome'Wihe; State papersiUt
half-pledged criticisms about things -with
which ther are totally unaequalihed, we
commend "the moral- contained Hu tlia
quaint but expressive couplet. r,
While larger ships may venter more
little boats should keep near shore."
Iu our opinion the war made ron . Gov.
Vance by Jndg Merrimou, Gen. Cliug-
man, and their friends, is the most x u n
justifiable and graceless, attempt to pre
vent the people from honoring the man
of their choice ever witnessed iu the
HpecUl to tbe News,
Tarboko, Aug. 3. A sudden and e
veae storm of wind, rain and hail visited
us last evening, destroying loth lives and
proiert3. Three lives were lost and
more are feared. Tlie crops are incalcu
lably damaged by the hail. Many houses
have been blown dowu. The shade trees
of this place are almost ruined.
A HORRIBLE FATE.
A Man run over hi the Night Train on the
w. a. a it. n.
On Saturday night as the eastern bound
train was passing near S peagle's turn-out
the engineer saw a man lying on the track,
apparently asleep. He whistled down
breaks and reversed the engine, but too
late. Iu a moment the train had passed
over the man, mangling and mutilating
his body iu a manner too horrible to des
cribe. The train was stopped and Mr. W
C. Goode went back to see who the m.iu
was. It proved to lie George Houck, who
lived near I card station. Every trace of
life was extinct. His lody was cut iu two
just above the waist, both his legs cut off
and his head considerably battered up on
one side. His eye-balls, ch rushed out of
their sockets, seemed to lie staring iu all
the mute agony of au appeal for life.
A coroner's inquest was held over the
remains on Sunday and a verdict of "death
by the train" rendered. Considerable
dissatisfaction is expressed at tlie verdict
by those most intimately concerned. It
is impossible, ou the supposition that he
was killed by the train, to account for a
hole through his hrad, entering just le
low the mouth and coming out on the top
of his head. It looked very much like it
had leeii made by a large ball or a dirk
driven by a strong arm. The
At his residence on Main Street, In this city, from
an ap.wpletlc stroke, on the 2d lnii , Isaac P. o'mcil,
l:i tne : d year o I li aire.
A faithful sjuler ; an earnest Christian, and Uie
frleulol tue Door. He U1 ba missed. Let us snow
oar lo.e t r mm In dee Is of kindness and words of
symp.ity to liis Oeivaved family .
In t'ai-i county, July 29, 1ST -J, Mr. AnnaL. Millef,
wife ol jioyawu A. K. MiUer, in me TuirUctu yeartf
The uecj ised wa i a consistent member of Organ
Ean;eiloal Luthei AU c.mrcn, and muuu esteemed
fur her amiable dldposlUou and exemplary Christian
life. She his leu tvo cuildren. a sorrow-stiicken
h tsbint anl many trtendj to uiourn over their sad
mm TAE HCTICE.
AH persons living in the corporate limit of
he Town of Salisbury who are unbieet to
a poll tax to the State or who owned or were
possessed of real or personal proerty on .ihr
n mt of Aprils 1878, mrm bcralotifid to
list. the saaie for taxation atnjr office in Mero
neys AKdrerV Store before July 1, 1878.
Failing to do'so they will be wibjeet to double
V v B. P. ROGERS; a B. C.
June 1st, 187& S3:4t.
Trustee's Sale of
Bv virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed by R. II. O.wan and wife to Jaiu
MdJubbins dated 3Uth March. 1870. and
registered in the office of ike Register of Lkxnls
of Rowan Cosnty, in book 45, page 100, &c,
and upon which default hat been made, I will
expose for sale at public auction al the Court
lionedoor in the Town of Salisbury, on Mon
day, the first day of July, 1878, at 11 o'clock,
A. M., the following real estate, to-wit: Three
(3 tracts of land, confuting ot 532 acre, more
or lesrt, situated in Rowan County, adjoining
the hinds of Robert Smith, James' R. Gibson,
Allison Overcash; the Nixon place and others.
One t met of 193 acres, one of 205 acre, and
one of 129 acres; for houndries, aee book 45,
page 100, Regiater'a office, or the Mortgage in
my possession. The lands all join and form
one of the most desirable plantations in the
county, lying on both ide of the Lincoln ton
Road six mile west of Saliehury.
Terms Cash. Lated at Salisbury this
23d day of May, 1878.
J. S. McCUBBINS,
32: at. Trustee.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
Davie County- ' :
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V J Atkinson, as tlie iit-'xt " - - i
friendofMarvAAlkinsi.il, j IVtitifMi to rv- i
minor, riiu,hj, j -i....vc ii:irdi:'.ti. J
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iiet W JSwk't:.il,piiar.H::n j '
lh triu!'!iit. j j-
Upon the nfl'nljvii of i!ip T'l iimirF. it ! or- I
ilereti by the t 'oiirt. th-jt pubJUtt.-n t:.- m-ui, ;
in the "Carolina WaU Jiin.u" lor sis m ( i ,
week., notifying the dfl't-n.luit, tl.-oro
Swicegood, wlir n tuin-rc-idctit f t)i- Si.ijT
lo .ippenr at tli otlie of the t'iw k ot ' ih Snpi - i
rior Court of s;iid rotint v, oir Mi.niv
day of July IS7K. and "answer ;!. .'..Mj.t.iMii
which will he tiled in :ih,,Vt- . miiiti! :lt-i i..:,
within ten diysfrom the d.tle hereof, i! I .
Inils to answer ihe ionidii.i. tjr ; hiimi !,
apply to thetVjurt Um- lJit re lief !vrn:ni.i.-.l m :
Witness, II. p.. n)VAT;i.
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Iml"e of Probalt- and (
Court of Ilavie Coiinlv.
May 17lh, IS7S. .".'l :C,:u s7. rl
E. H. MARSH'S
If I flTTTll
ro the iirst to cfTcr
SA Lis nr 11 V, N. c.
Tlw dfff.it'of Mr. J. f. Fleming for the
Common v i" this 'county is a subject of
nulch regret by the. Democrat generally.
It due" to thoe luemlwr of the party
who.took :t Htranj;e fancy to the indepen-
dent. Mr. 1). Rarrinirer. Mr. Flemiiii:
wilt'not, it is believed, have cause toxe
grei running, for he mad4 a mark for him
wl. which will Ik' of use t4hini hereafter,
- whether hi-; psitioii InPa public or pri
TO THE FARMERS OF ROWAN.
The undersigned, has control of the
iijjht to a receipt for iiiaking one of
the. most valuabfe "Fertilizer ever yet
invented, and wishes to make it free
to the farmers ot Rowan
done for a comparatively small sum of
money rf the tamers will combine to se
cure it. W livrea, it sold to eacli uum
separately by agents iu the usual way,
.2(),(HK would scarcely cover the cost.
I desire the farmers of the county to call
ami see ine on the subject, for 1 have a
plau by which ther lienetits of 4hi receipt
may be secured, and believe if is the in
terest of all who desire to promote the
general prosperity to aid in securing it.
The Fertilizer can-be made at ?U per
I have certilicates of its value to exhibit
to any one who may wish to see them.
C. Ply leu.
1KHfilling. There is much urgency out
-the paitLof those who desire "to make a
little brandy for their own use just a few
runs."- The fruit, the crushing mills, the
tubs, the Wills, and all that sort of thing
are rejitly and they are anxiou.i to see the
" flow. The slow movements of tlie reve
nue, department in fixing up the necessary
v. paper is a cause of complaint with them;
but better this, perhaps, than the fruits
li of the flowing evil. A dangerous thing
is bad-enongli when it comes kIow.
Tuesday, Aug. (th Milas Chambers,
colorel, n bout years of age, was assist
ing in raising a tobacco barn, on the old
Rob-Ellis plantation, 10 miles east, when
a log slipped off the corner and fell tin
and killed .Jiini instantly. Mr. H. F. Fra
ley, Coron'er, summoned a jury to investi
gate the circumstances of the case, who
agreed on a verdu t of accidental death.
Thursday uight, Aug. 1st A negro man,
luinie uhkiiown, on the, track of the Rich
mond and Danville Railroad, near the
residem-eof Mr. J. S. Henderson, in this
vicinity, was struck by u passing train,
aud so badly damaged that death ensued
Monday night. The man was a stranger
here, and it is not known under what cir
cumstances he was on the track, except
Jhat w-hea first aeen he was in a sitting
The last sensation about the border
troubles is that the Mexican (lovernment
is organizing the inhabitants, lwth In
dians and Mexicans, to operate against
the Americans. A telegraphic dispatch
of the 29tli, from Galveston, says:
"The most notorious characters on the
border hold commissions from the Mexi
can (Joverinent. Orales. a uotoriou rai
der, is in command of a -company near
Newton, on the Mexican side, above
Piedras Negras. The KicknHM Indians
have been enrolled to defend the town of
iNiragrassa against Mackenzie, should he
follow the raiders ncros the Rio (irande
to that place. There i almost n-cessntioii
of friendly' relations between American
and Mexicau officers."
If this sort of wickedness keeps on we
will wake up one of t hese mornings and
liud the United States with a nice little.
war on its iiamls. Attention! Recruits
for the "Halls of the Montezuiuas." - U'i7.
declares that nothing about the train could
have made such a wound.
Houck was not iu the habit of using
liquor to intoxication. We have known
him ever since our childhood and have
never seen him under the intl ience of
whiskev. He left Mrganton on Saturday
This can W ravening in coniiwiny with some parties
who uy that he left them alio sit a mile
alove the point where he was run over ;
they say that they had stopped to rest
awhile and that he went on and they never
saw him alive afterwards. Parties near
Speagle's turn-out are reported to have
declared that an hour before the-fTirin
passed down, they heard a couple of shot
in the direction iu yvhich the body was
Houck's funeral services took place on
Sunday evening at the old Huffman bury
ing ground near Icard Station.
He leaves a wife and one sou and two
daughters. His children are all of age
and married. His wife is left alone in
her old age with uo means of support ex
cent such as she can earn by her own
labor. Morgan ton Made.
"TJive us this day otird.iiW bread," and good
medi-ciiie lo digol it, is both reverent ami hu
man. The hum in stomach aud liver are fruit
ful source of life's comfort?; or, dwordeted and
diseased, they tingle misery along every nerve
and through every arlery. The man or woman
with good dilation see beauty as they walk,
and overcome obstacles they meet in the rout
ine of life, where the dyspeptic ees only gloom
end ftuinUes and growls at even imaginary
hjeets. The world Htill needs iwo or three
cw kinds of medecme before death can be per
fectly abolished; but thtlmriny live have been
prolonged, and m tny minVrer from Layer lis-
ease, Dyspepsii and lle-id:u-he, have been cur
ed by Mekrrm.'s Hkpatink, is no longeK a
doubt. It cures Headache in twenty minute,
and there is n o nest ion hut what it is the most
wonderful discovery yet made in ni?dical
sciem-e. i no-"; aiui-iei wun liiuioiisness aim
Liver Complaint should use Mkiikkli.'s II kp-
A TIN E.
Il can be had :it Theo. F. Klutlz'.i.
The Womnn who rt-jiic-s in sal ul an.l ice
cream, hot cakes ami warm pie ;
The Student who eats h.istily and sits down at
once to active and mental labor;
Die Htisincsa Man who bolts his ChmI in eager
haste and hurries to his counting room ;
fhe Hard Drinker could look at the deleicate
glands, swollen and festered with disease, that
ause the throbbing brain;
The Lawyer, the Minister, the Merchant, and
all who lead sedentary lives ami are subject to
UvHoeuMa or Indigestion. Constipation and
These onlv knew what Meuuei.'s ITeiatine
F)B TUB Li vkk will do for their relief, and
how quickly it cures there would be much
less sunering than at present.
1 he great Liver Medeuiues for nalebv Theo.
F. K luitz.
McrehquCs Excursion. The merchant's
excursion : train . to Rich mond, passed
Wednc&day afternoon about three o'clock.
About twenty-five representatives of the
niercaiitde house in this place joined the
Party, nioug whom were Ed. Neavc, Sam.
Taylor R. Y. Graham, Alex. Parker, Ste
phen" hoyden, Andrew Sliepherd, John
Heiljj5,Wm. Overman, jr., David Lindsey,
Wnj.mjti,de;tl, S. J. SwicegHdr Julius
fc$Miy( and P. M Reruhardt. It is a
ft?? rife tomercautile delegates, got up
ly the enterprising men of Richmond for
the purpose of promoting business rek-itions-with
North Carolina merrd.int.
Bichmond U a market for certain UneS of
trade, and we have no doubt this excar
n jxiW prore more immediatgly valua
We to her than and qdof advertising
withjn hpr reach.
BUSINESS LOCAL COLUMN.
S? fxO e have made arrangements
Ow. u v. wjtj, tjie publislier of that excel
lent Agricultural Magazine, "The Caro
lina Farmer" at Wilmington, N. ('.,
by which 'we are enabled t4 offer it and
the " Watch ma u for !?i.5t a year. A bet
ter bargain is rarely tt Ik; had. Send in
your orders. -
Tax "Receipt supplied (in luniks if de
sired) at ccuts per hundred, ou very-
Mr. Tlrns: Taylor's School for Boy?.
The second Session of this School will
commence Aug. 5th, 1878. Tuition, $2,
$2.50 and $3 a month, ljills presented
Salisbury, N. C, July 10, 1878.
CLEAN, COOL AND COMFORTABLE
Kestler's Beer Garden.
In rear of A. Parker's Variety Store.
Elegantly furnished pleasantly arrang
ed; always a cool breeze: ice-cold Beer;
the best wines and liquors, easy chairs,
and all the late papers.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN.
Come aud spend a pleasant hour
3 W. H. KESTLER.
THE SENATORIAL CONTEST.
W VNTED. Young man a Correspondent
.n'd Agent at Salisbury, N. C. alio
one in each neihlioring town. Good pay for
actud work. Address with references (Mump
for nweri Meicanlile Bnreati, (Chicago, 111,
The papers of the State aro teeming
with communications touching the ap
proachiug election for U. S. Senator. Quite
a numlier of writers are advocating Judge
Merri moil's "claims" with more zeal than
discretion, and with manifest unfairness
to Gov. .Vance, who, during this entire
discussion, has gone ou quietly discharg
ing the duties of the Executive ofiice,
save when called awav by sickness in his
family. I he Gov. has made no effort to
influence the will of the people, and his
warmest frieuds have declined to make
any attempt to jdedge the Democratic
nominees for him in district where the
voice of the people was almost unanimous
for him. In every iolitical convention
that we have attended in the West, reso
lutions have leeii passutl instruct ing the
nominees to support the, man who might le
endorsed bv the Democratic caucus. Does
that look like (iov. Vance's friends were
disposed to use any unfair advantage to
secure his election ? No attempt has been
made to influence the people in any way
whatever. On the contrary, every effort
to give them a fair chance to express tleii
preferences has been employed not only
by Gov. Vauce, but by every one of his
What apology is there then fortius un
just warfare that certain "so-called" demo
crats arc waging on the man whom the
people have tut long delighted to honor
and who is still enshrined iu their hearts
as the heroic and brilliant statesman who
in the bloody days w hen the grim days o:
war was enchained, forgetful of selfin the
ardor of his love for his dear old State
made every sacrifice for her welfare that
humanity could suggest, and who since
the war, has done more to restore pros
perity to her cherished institutions than
any man wihtin her borders? Whore
deemed North Carolina from Republican
misrule; wlien Judge Merrimou failed
Vance caught up the falling standard and
bore )t on to victory. Shall we then be
o ungrateful as not to resent the unjust
prejudice that would assail his character
ami at tlje saiue tjoje rob the people of
the right t,o tyonor whom they see pro-
- per T
To those oxceediugly young writers who
Are aneqnale4 for tfc ewr and prevention of
&ix&'ia in HOTMS.CatUe.Hoo. bb eep.and Fowls.
JAVTD S. I'OUTX.Proo Baltimore. Ud.
Having my Foundry in rendim I
prepared to do all kinds ot ( ;i-! :t; j :
Iron or Brass. All kin.!-of Knit,' i
Work done with disttntch: :iN
.iKri('initirai :inu .Mimnu' M :irn i in i y 1 . rs 1 1 :
repaired to order. I :ins :iI-.pr-r.-4r.-! I '
Lumber, make all kinds f Mi.ul.iir,, rt
Sash, Hlinils atnl I)oors. ih. I ,r. -, t i -i
size of moulding, k pi euii-.'.nul v on 1, !
A stock of Liti)lxr ahvavs on hand "i i; .
ed at short notice .
A 16 Horse Portallo Engine end
fur sale at mv fhoiis.
an l :t pricrs ;,i -
:i 'v.',.' ;
H. !!t :
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T) , 1 ...
J. D. McNEELY,
Grocery, Thflnce ; M Commission
Agent for the Rale of Fertilizers, Lime,
Sawed Shingles, and Mountain Produce. Buy
and sell Cotton, Corn, r lour, Meal, and all
kinds of country produce on communion.
Highest prices guaranteed. Agent for the
celebrated English patent ' '
Will keep a small assortment of Family
Groceries. Call and see him at his new standi
three doors below Kluttt's Drug Store.
SOOT and SHOE
THOS. H. VAIIDERFORD'S
HJnOCERY AND CONFECTIONERY STORE.
Gentlemen and Ladies' Fine Wort a
Having engaged the services of a first class work
man, we are prepared to turn out the finest and be
styh's ot city-made goods, and at prices to suit the
times. Constantly on hand an assort! stock of
superior material. Call and examine our work.
Salisbury. Feb. 14, 1878. No. I7:tf.
Blactaer aM Miwm,
Janr.av21 7() -tl.
7 wentv-Five DcL.
' r'- ' ' .1 staml ni:il Trm " -
frr v. nrH iit'ifssa".
-' '.a. r i; itt aiy (UiiuMd l .. .
rr,Es or CHAE.Gr.
' --''inoK r.r wnrranted to v
iu- -4t!i i '.
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:i v i !'im the tijif.'t -.u' ' -!
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;i?."M.VL M A ( ii I N II CO., I.iiaitc.
i il'n::t M., PtiiaU..;.; ..i.-
rducccl to Suit tiio lines,
will Infill on V. 1 .i.-'.
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w.'.-Jiins and- !!.'
Practical - BlacI:
T. M. JONES, iWt
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How sad that in our daily life we neglect
many things neeesaary to our well being. The
man ol biiionex with an eye only to his credit
in the financial world, the individual of ele
gant leisure whowe only aim in to array him
self to the best adyantage, the young lady who
idly listening to opritigs divine harmonies,
feels not the approach of disease in the feeling
of languor which possesses her all alike sur
render too easily lo the ad vancc-guard of dis
ease, when, by a judicious investment in Porta
line, or Tahler's Vegetable Livrr I'owder, a
long array of ills is put to rout. Buy 1'orta-
line, or 1 alders Vegetable Liver Powder, and
in I rid yourself of disorders arising from a
torpid liver, l'rice oU ceuu. For sale bv C.
People of all classes will acknowledge that
in this world much depends niton our tiiinnci.il
condition, yet how many wisely reflect lhat our
financial condition dejK nds upon our physical.
Yet it is even so, for who can labor without
health, and who can accumulate money with
out lalior ? Hence the importance of using
Coussens Compound Honey ot lar, which is a
sure cure for Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of
the '1 hroal and Lungs. Uememtn-r vou can
buy a lioltle of Compound Money of Tar for
oO cents, r or sale by C It. Barker.
liiver is King1.
The Liver is the imieri:il onrnn of the whole
human Kvstem, as it co itnds the life, health and
hapiiuess of man. When it is disturbed iu its
proper action, all kinds of ailments are the
n it lira 1 result. The digestion of ft km I. the
inovenients of the heart and blotid. the action
of tiie brain and nervous svsteiu, are all iihine
diately connected with the workings of the
Liver. It has been successfully proved that
Cireen' August Flower in unequalled in curing
all persons ahTicted with Dyspepsia or Liver
Coiupl.uot. and all the numerous -y nip ton is
lhat result from an unhealthy condition of the
Liver ami Stomach. Sample Udder, to try, 10
cents. Positively sold in all tonwn mi the
Western Continent. Three den will prove
that it in just what you want.
Corrected by J. M. Ksox A Co.
August 1, 1878,
Bacon, county, hog round
CniCKENR per dozes
Meal moderate demand at
Whrt gixnl demand at
Flour beat fam.
Onionb no demand
Apples, dried --
BROWN & VERBLE'S
Liverv &H5ale Stables,
SALISBURY, N. C,
Will convey passengers to and from any point
-.villi fhe best stock ami vehicles.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will fintl it to their interest to call upon then
before making -arrangements elsewhere.
Drovers and Traders
will find at this establishment good lots am'
stables, and plenty of good hay, fodder, oata
Those wishing turnouts for pleasure driving
will find the best accommodations at these
Ir. W. IT. Kimball will alwavs be found at
the Stables and promises entire satisfaction to
all customer!". 42:tf.
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I have just 1(1 ill lied 1;
atul nni r'c'ivitr mv Meek i I .i
bracing all the l;it i si vi ! ii A'l
BONNETS, lor Ladii .-. '.Mi-os a:..!
dren. FLOWERS and HI iil5N, In !..
'nil mm rx; s i l 'Ks, Lisi :.v cm ...: ;.
Zephyr Worsted Mat'ei i.il for i'auev v. s !
Silk Handkerchief. NY k Ve; i . Ct i -t l
a nMd stiH'k of
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Human Ifair ioo.l-. &v..
All bought for eaIi. w I;i It v. iii ci:
ine to sell an low )!;; Ucvt .
Call before buvin lc lit re.
Mils. s. a. ;;;:!:; n;::.
Opposite CmwloKTs I'ardwan-2(i:.'iiio.s.
V f i t i
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Having Iiouglit the fi uV.ty rih
Tropical Fruit. Vect'tiilijf jii.fi i.:t-:;t
ie. 'Process," l--will s.-lT rcvip.- :-t It,
will preserve a barrel f i'mits or ica. t.d-Jt -
a cost of 5 cents, and IMi i'
5 cents, and the fruits, mh
retain their natural I .!!.
dry one, simple iind pt-rl'it ily hartnlf--.
used in alnit.Ml every l;iniiv. i r - .r ;ii
50: " ;X.J.s'-i'r.;. .--t. .
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SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. Y0PP, Propr.
(At Mclntyre's Furniture Rooms.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM.
M. R. Chaflin, atlmr. of J
V F Cannon. (Jen A ('nr.n .n
wife of It S-tiaines, J Wt K y j! i i.i
A Cannon, V C Cannon. I l, - .i:
Willie Emma Cannon, I ir-- :;t
Petition to tall .("W '';' !
Upon the alli.htvit .l ii i i;" it ;
by the Court, that pub!ii-:t! i..n i . m i'
"Carolina Watchman" !"t -i -mi
notifying W F (anr.on, otl,- t' i!.e 1
who i a noH-resitlei-.: i :.: '
the olliec of the elt. i k .i i'.i- - ' j ' ' 1
said county on Mond i . f i-. !
1S78, and answer the -nin.l.i;;r!
filed in the abo M en; i: ! i ;i. i , u
days frtm the tbite lu i i -if, ni,i ii i,.
answer the complaint, t ! i'i i ' 1 '
to the Couxt fur the i . .'
i" t ' ,' to
in of .Mary Fraiic I
i . . i i u Aksandc'r J.y
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THE REST TRIMMING SHEARS E'ER
Having purchasel the right to sell hi eele.
braled Prnner in nine townshis .f Rowan
connt.T I invite public attention to this valuable
implement, aUiowt indispensable to a man wjio
has fruit trees lo trim. Persons wishing to see
or buy it, may call at Klulta Rendlemian's
Store, Salibirjr. Price for the implecient and
the farm right to make.and nse h same $4.
20.8m (J. FRANC DOWN I'M
n. i; w
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Sparkling CatawLa Springs.
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This (Usirable w:l.
for w eel vi.-ltor- -Hi i.
re s:iiiatel inur 1'u
Western North i asoli;. I! :'
The brat-inn mount.. in
health reaming pn. ert.'t - i f
der thee Spring- a n -i -it-invalids
ami plea-tin- c h' r .
The miner,il vr-iU i - nw : i
Sulphur and ChaN bcate. 1 1
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i l.pin it:
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NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSf KIIlE
ioSm FOR THE WATCffMAN
the State, and can a eomii t !
A good band of nm-ii-
Springs during tin- sea-'n, m
affbrdeil for amu.-enn --lit-rlass
watering places v. ill t .
A good supply of b e t on 'an
Conveyancrs will um t -rh
Hickorv Station lo ti.i.uv
Board: $3o per month of -js d:v
reek, S- penlay. Half o i f Ua I
r-ohirvil serrant. nnd liberal it-
Ir. H. . r i.i.l i l i'
U9:2m. Ouner ami f r --r i--t
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Mortgage Deeds for sale here