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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1873.
tav-riiu'Wuliiiiffton "National Repub-1
jjcan" oi the lotn insiani, couw w ftn
Mazing with capital head lines announcing
that this President lias determined to change
lia policy "of liberal confidence and trust in
aojuthern democrats to obey the laws in re
apectto 0e-freedom --of the elections. He
is represented as assenting to the charge that
the late election in South Carolina, Louisi
ana and other onthern States was earned
by violence and outrage upon the negroes,
and as pledging himself to vindicate the
majesty of the laws in the premises. Attor
ney General Leonard, of La., is a swift wit
ness against that.tjtate. Are we to have
another crusade against th& Sooth ?
Wrcslty Vjrcoff, in Catawty coupty,'
.was shot and Killed in his own yard on
fh Bight of fhe 7th inst. Subsequent
developwtaU have pointed to a negro as
t'u perpetrator of the deed, and Wycoft's
wifa aa an accomplice. They afb both iu,
jail. .'. '. '
The people of Statcavillc held a public
meatng , recently, to take the juitiatorj,
tjp'a. towards the organization of t!o
jStateaviUe Lin K. E. Kesolutions
fo open books of subscription in their re
spective counties. .-
The Charlotte Fair has proved a suc
cess in the attraction of visitors, who are
bere in great iintubers. Tho glass : ball
shootjng Ua novelty, and the exhibits oi'
merchandise, tuachincry, farm product,
domestic fabrics, &c, is said to be jjoodA
' .- Chamberlain, .the : radical , refugee, is
going back to South Carolina to staud his
trial on certain cuarges against mm in
, that State. If he is innocent he has no
reason to fear; but if guilty let him not
expect the reward of a martyr.
The Neuse Cotton Mills at Newbcrn:
vork up cotton ii yarn directly from
he gin, In which mnch saving of expense
in packing, baling, and afterwards pick
ing, is claimed to be made. No additional
power is required to run tho gin; from
which the lint passes directly to tho bat
hing and spinning machines.
The Air Line' Railroad between Atlanta
and New' Yorkj via Salisbury,-. Danville
and Richmond, Va., commenced running
,On a new schedule Monday last. They
have reduced the time to euly 38 hours
between Atlanta and New York out only
pne njghtj and that in a palace car if desir?
pd. This is certainly quick time for a
run of about nine hundred milesaveragr
ing nearly 24 miles anjiour, all stopages
included. . i
The bill of cost in tlie- trial of the Bill
Locke case, for stabbing and killing
Pleasant llarringer, we learn already ex
ceeds $3,000. With tho prevalence of
crime is it possible fortheiudnatriousand
law-abiding people of tho country to pay
such bills of cost? This isy, question
worthy the attention of the next General
Assembly. .Justice should bo made -more,
speedy aud the administration of the laws
Jess expensive.' ' ' .
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State Expense?. We eopy from the
Raleigh News an article on this subject.
Read it. State, County and Municipal
expenses are all too large.- The taxes are
becoming insupportable. The people are
groaning'pnder the burden, and they look
to'their representatives inthe legislature
for relief. ' And there must also be a re
duction of municipal taxes. There is a way
and the people will find it, to reduce these
burdens, and the subject ougiit to be fair
jy and squarely met bj those in position
to act on (t; : (
There is a factory at Xewbern, N. C,
for manufacturing wooden dishes of tlie
sap wood of1 the sweet gum itree. The
fogs are split with a knife into to slabs
pf about ith inch thickness, cut into suit
able lengths, antfpresscd jjbto shape by a
powerfnmachine, 'the dies being hot
cnougu to make the wood retain the dish
shape. Tho7 work H quickly' done : The
Tvare is very cheap .aiid chiefly used by
retail grocers to pack up butter ajid fruit
parcels instead of usin paper and paper
Kegrq Suffrage. Mr. Blaine, in a recent
speech at Washington, 'adverting 'to the
additional strength the negro vote gives
fo the SJouthj, denounced it, and Yants to
know if the people of-the New Euglaud
nd Northern States are'going to submit
to it. No one is surprised at this. They
Wed the ballot into he hamls of the
negro for (lib purpose "of maintaining rad-:
icai supremacy; llut wlien the negro votes
a iree ballot then they denounce him and
talk of taking away jiis voto It Will be
harder to take away than it was to cive
Coured Men Voting ltU the Ponocmts.
A Newt.Qrljtins ispatch states that
f-hroughout .ilouisiau qq Tuesday . lasl
fhe colored pede voted with the Demo
crats www, were enthusiastic in sup
lort of (he cause.!"'!!! New Orleans huu
jlreds of the wi4 in linen tial colored men
pUhkI at thojioHf fjall' dayt wd worked
heartily for tle Dcinocraric ticket, . This
result, the dispatclji alds, icauuot bo at-
fributed to bull-doxing us there was - no
canvass on account of yellow fever, aud
jhoso who voted did so voluntarily. The
Charleston tfacfaud Courier, says at tnany
f the polls jn South Carolina the colored
men canie up by tlfo luudreds and voted
the straight Democratic ticket." This vrsis
noticeably the csiso n tlie D jstrct where
Smalls, colpred, was tlie Reyubljcan can
didate for Congress, aud, whoso over
helming defeat was accomplished by ttu
f.eayy colored vote exist against him.
Gov. Vance has designated by procla-
matinjheji.da ooJnU to be.
observed a day oT thabksgving id
prayer in iatj Pmaman
in tunj paper. y jf f
Grave robbery is Incoming rsher frc
iiifent in the Northern and Western cities,
tho ohjrct of the pi uudeiers being o ob
tain a reward for the restoration of the
boly stolen,'- r I
The Dcmoi rats of North' OaWlfn.ir are
ffteiini! bad over the results'rof the late
election in 'this State. 5 jTheyu bare ' lostl
firo members ef whomHhey-re prdfrd,
viz J I eates, in uio J st m(3x; ani. j,
deli, in the3d. The niortiHcaf ieu igreatTj
ly deepened by the reflection thathe
seats of these gentleiiien will hereafter Jt
filled by 'incompetent and uuwerthy: men',
radicals of tbe worst sort.: - . .
The yete of ihis district, Uhoagh not
officially.sta ted, leaves no, ground to doubt
the success of,Maj. Armfiehl by a majority
of from 1,000 to 1,500, ta-wit : -. ,
. Aimfiled's niaj.k Brpwer's iriaj.
Rowan, ....187 -
Davie....,....-.1(W, . (
ireueii, ........ oi
Alexander,; .'. .l&l 1
Wathriga,. , r. r . . 121 .. ;
Allegany, (reported) 100 , .
Yadkin, (reported)," ... :' .
n: Vitv- j
Surry, . .
r ot'S3 t!ie. . . . 170 ,
Wilkes,......---.-. 80 :
Ashe, not heariLfreoi
We are indebted to the Statesville Laml-
ntark for a portion of the above returns. j.(
1 HO CICCliOU I1 OlttWO UU fcUC oui
davi came very near proving' disastrous
to the pemoerats by giving tire llonse "of
Representatives to: the-i-adicul : parry,! the
best calculations yet made .leaviagKthe
Deniociats the slim majority: of thre.e, in
the House and six in the Senate. And
much of this comes to pass by the neglect
of the democrats to go to the polls' and
iQ iOli - . -.
Mocksville, Nov. 7th, 1378.
Mr. Edltok ;-r-'rUo follow iug is the vote
of Davie coiintv, giving simply the ma
jorities in each 1 ownship :
Farmingtou , "
Fulton ; :
Ann field's majority, . -
' Helper veceived about 20 votes in the
county which was his full strength. Aboot
one-third of the people came out to vote.
PENNS YLVAN I A ELECTI ON.
The Republicans have carried IVunsyl
vania, electing their State ticket by ; a
majority of about twenty thousand, and
l.kely to go a little higher as the official
returns aro received. The oil regions
have cut some portions cf the ticket, but
not enough to defeat any portion of it.
The Legislature will be Republican by a
majority neatly or quite as large as that
n the last' Legislature, iu the Congres
sional Districts there has been, little
change and the probabilities are that the
delegation will stand as now, seventeen
Republicans ;and ; ten Detnocrats. Steii
ger, peuiocrat,"is beaten in the Eighteenth
District, but the Democrats gain ColTYoth
in the Seventeenth. From the Eleventh
District, where Klotz and Brockway vere
Tuuuing agaiust Albright and each ether,
there is littley iuformatiou and Albright
may pull through, bt the jndicatious
favor Jvlotz. The State officers chosen
are; Ileiiry M. Hoyt, Governor, for the
term of .i four, years; Charles W. StoVieV
Lieutenant Governor, for four year;
Aaron K. Duukel, Secretary of Internal
Affairs, for four years, and James I. Ster
ret, Supreme Jualge for the term of twenty -ono
SOUTH CAROLINA'S VOTE.
The South Carolina Democracy surpass
ed themselves yesterday, .rh.ey have .re
elected Congressman Aiken and Evius in'
the Third and Fonl-th' 1 listrf;c&! ' 'Mey
haye elected Col. Tillman oVer Smalls in
tho Fifth District, aud there is little doubt
that they have elected Capt. : Richardson;
pver Raiuey in tho First. District, and JJjr
trict r-a . solid delegation. Besides this,
the Democracy haw carried every conntv
from which wo have returns, excepting
Beanfert. There could hardlj be amore
complete triumph, and the public satis
faction will bo enhaucedly the knowledge
that the poweMiow obtained, in the coun
ties which; have suffered 'most, will ? bo"
used with Hbenility,beueficienceWd wk-
doni. . TJie Radicalsj iii general, did. not.
vote for State oSicep, and, ia Aiken and
other counties, it was eyuleniiy the plan
to abstiin "from voting iii1 order to give a
cidqr tQ the expected stories of intlmida--
tion Happily no si nglp net tt- violence
is reported in any part of the Stiitb. Thi,s
is evidence euugli . tU.it thejpurir.sesLof
the Democracy are just and their pojiey is
vim i it-man a ews ana uju ncr.
-the new ' England' vote.
The most striking featnro of-tiroNev
Euglaud elections is the sudden 'collapse'
otthe G reeu back ? vote. , It iyilF ha ob
served, that Iii' tha manufacturing towns
pf ilassachitsetjis, 'where tlie Greenbiickefs
anticipated their'greateVt victories'"" their
disappointment was most grievous. " In '
fi uivcici, iur example, tne scene of Unt
lers great strategic victory he only poll
ed 3,785 totes, to Tatbot's 4352. In
Fitchburg, another ButlQr. strongliohf,
Talbot has 1,212 to liuter- 877; and
Lo -.veil, the home of the c!iampion of flat
money gives him -the small plurality - of
uo. .tcw lorn i uncs.
being rePDidljj pusied (Jirrwara. he
baihli ug C(ifrap baa ,lieeaa warded to
llessrs. Wilkin$ ec iiaruin& OI
UmthVrt aWf welenrWtfiat it isheir
purpose to commence 'lay ing the brick at
once, and they hope at least to get down
a good fonnrlat ioiivl iilert he veather Tvill
DTlie Colored J me Asytom The grid
4g of UiiiihliiteitJthis institntion
admit of it this Fall. ThVWiqdingioliemJM1?' ft1jeran.and(pnblicihanksgiy-.
erected now, aud for wh ieh Hlie contract j
has been given, will consist of a three-
stoiqrpatnnialTog aSI af
ford ac4onimoiUtttfar lid patienfs.iAu
other wing is to bo put iii-hiter which
will increase, the occouiiiiotlalloulo soine-j
thipgjt ver twoi. HuudretL iiThe totaIcost
ol the propertywUl 6janajM(itatp.auont
$50,000, whicli embraces everything, in
cludiirg fiongtuatcost of Jthoffanu'.
GtMsbom llestenger: ri -': ' y
Wlien it is- rehVembeYed tliht alF Former
estimates of public buildings 'have been
n;prc. than doubled before said buildings
were completed, it is Jfair, to ef pectr that it
will'take three tiines fifty tlwonsand dol-
iars To complete tne Asyiamatvioiusuoro
-that ntiicli at 'least.' 'Tlie 'dimensions
And ' e.xienso' of 'sncIiaHstaWisriirrent
should lie considerably eiirtmledtfythe
There arc several things to be lemem-
Deieti. in couiieci-ioii wiiu iiiei pimsiumi v
tiiattliu Reihiblicans and th 'eniociati
may have a fight iver . the I'resiiTebey in
the -ifst HousrM Keprefcentativosj First,
the chances areas a hundred Ui'oue that
the election. will not go, to l the House 4it
all. J Again : if jt shall go there, and- the
DeVriocratS' and Republicans divide the
States Jqt!allys beiv'i'efit!ieTti;'1 the' :Dinli
eiat will-harQ,thoimo ientireiy iris their
own ladstUiU'hey .-canfsitvhafi theitimev
anrfyei isetire tJeJresvlcnt; for; ii case
of a failure to elect in the House, the Sen
ate, "which would certainly .have the right
toeleet a Vice lresidG:lt',"yh6"vbu,fd'be-'
come . President. Tho 'Democrats could
do.the same if the G'reenbackej-s held the
balance of power at it is, uot yet cert
Ltaiii:that the two parties will; divide the
fetiuesjequauy in tlig ney House.- At the
present writing it looks as if neither par
tj woitld have a majority, of the delega
tions. If the Dernocfars havo':i' majority
in thc Housed however, the3' ihrty' ertpfnre
a State. ;rts the Repnhlieans did- thei Presi
dency ia $75.wr;fii$k Disjgich, 'ij.-' ,
i l l . ! i
Iu' looking over the fieliLitjerji isnoth
er Tepfjrted Radical, success that we imag
ine the most brazen org:in of Radicalism
jyill hardly dai-e to claim as any .indica
tion of ( reform strength in that jarty. We
allude to the election .to Congress from
one of the New Jersey Districts, of tlie
notorious and bra tided th it-f Robeson who
used tb be G rant's Socretnry of the Navy,
and who narrowly escaped expulsion from
tho Cabinetfor stealing, at the time when
Uelkuap .wa3 allowed to resigu to escape
impeachment by tlie easy and corrupt
connivance 'of his 'imperial master, tlie
proposed third'tenner. Of all the un
clean and hideous birds of prey that were
allowed to-perch in the government barn
during its Iladical occupancy, there never
was one of mnre nefarious instincts, of
more infanious character, of more preda
tory habits, or more evil visage, of more
ominous name, thah this same degraded
and disgrace! Robeson,' whom all decent
people had lieguii to regard as a brawled
outlavv-fand .pariahvhen tlui llailicals
took" him up and nominated him foea seat
Uouuress. 1 'demon ra Index-AvoeaL
.lite Grant fvemenitTho Wawhington
Pdst h aiithbrjty: for the statement that a
confereixuot Republican Jejiders is to be
hehlin '-Washington at. an early, day to
map Mit a'ca'mpaigh ftr, ' Grant and stiyt
themowiiic'nt iii hus behajf in a. system
atic way. A-8ort of Hulemkl -Goihhin
Committeo will be organized to eurresMiid
with gen Uenieu in ,varlou! . purts, if the
eouiitiy, iud ivliterary bureau w ill be e
tablUlIed; to furyish small frv countrv
-.newspapers with thririing ess;iv,s on tje
Hfe;a:Bdj)?iUic:&n-ts if Dli'sses. lioss
Shepherd Hve 'iiHdeYnValrd,' U at tlie head
pf the'Waiiigtoa eiid.ef 5tho enterprise,
and!Pai-8tni Ney ireu, lmarbeep detailed to
workUp the Methodist Church. Thisisa
great: power jimX iL js, ne, 1 ,wh,icU I the old
Grant pffice-dAoJding ri$g$ largely coujdM
g.";-, ft. ttaida ftrant will! bo
l,,rJln!S.!,,t;.l,!lck roin- Europe about the 1st
6t Deceiiihcraud that ajicii4yi4itatouiU8
and recepHons wilJJ arranged o;eep
him in good trim.
. ' !
American, pi nek, v vav nptly , il lustratotl
the otlierday in Saij" Francisco. A.fwe
Hntish iren'0ip'oi;l(k)'tolls weutashoro
atttie'ebideir Gateln'Vi fg;' Wiie upon
j rock and filkid Jl'er rew 'alHindowed
ber,iand tlio, ImUn wa so Ed : as At lay for
mecbaujd and s jeamboat mcji oft ij'an
Franciscojbought the" fmlk for "less than
wovli 16 flji:t'tiic-Vscf!Wdr4cg It 'oir.
Tu'ey;jsloi)podi till i opeiiings shoit-d the
decfo so 4-Wc.ih4d ; it tu bear aJueavy
into the lower hole b
i. r...i.. i .
hi snip soon floated,
of the venj.uuerand -ot'he7i-upaii4hiII''bH
f.yl.ifew ..." r " , ,
.Sojiilfyufr Carolina. South ' Carolina
is,solid Mitiase5'Ti:veiryi'contv iu'' the
except nertflftirf iariporfed ti na'e
gon..Pemtiaaiovvirire.'! IrfslataWVhkiiPt.v. had a verv Dai u fit i accident -the. other
f4r:PKf o.najriliy, "tbas nt
- r 1
; if Wiars-seiiatet.J?t
r i Radicalst-Senatp
...; j- IfousA-.'
on joiut ballot
Til ANKSG IVIXq rjlOCLAM ATION.
! OTATE OF. OKTH UAK&LiyA4S
To the People of Xorth CiirbUuitfi
and it is also sanctioned by the precept
?Il'VtpA one day in each
year shonhf be'setapjirt by proclamation
US ta Almighty jd , foJr past blessings,
aud of 8iipplicntioui"orlncouti:inrl kinl-
neoX(-'tttrTuverW'a4 a Sta fe and 'pdsH
pie: j m - -ttuir an .a,
And )Yhercas, The Presiileiit of the TTi.i
ted Slateeiappiudnted ,'fon this funose
Tkucsdajy tho SAth tVNoiiiber iusUiut :
y iN'pwtherefpreI, Zebujou . : VaHite,
Goveiuorjof the Stiiteiof North Carolina,
do issue' this 'my .jiroclamatien 'settihg
afVaVt tla ier cLiy, ioj wit Tluiisday,
November 2dth J 88, na aday tv lo ob
served . by Hie. pejopl jfcUv f 8ute. with
thanksgiving and. prayer as aforesaid, and
dp request Uieni 4iiftend , ajl secular
business aiid a6mld.WeniM)vWfogeti
cr in '.theirjaredbii'stue : sTHrVof
GmI, n lid ilm t i feey: jOnimeOtUhei r prot't
sions tOjUieojtlt Jty Jiteei al. .gifts toitlte
witlow, rpha.ntfiI(r deserving jwor, of-
the a,bpudu,i5; UitJi Huu past season has
Wmglit na...Tfi4fil '.; -.-u-:;-' ':, J
I ii w i tnesst .w h ereofj-I . lux y e JicVeanto. se t
mj hanA jiiid ea'njthe freat seiil of the
State to be affixed, iaHjg!, ostitis the
ilt'h.d'ay oyv4abfyt.i78,.,;t,...),j ,
.By the Gevcrnor, . . .Governor. ..
Chas. N.yc 0., . ;
Act'g late S;ty. .
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u.i -v MIlS VANqFUliRALu , . ,,;
j .. .tRaictarh News, ta.j . ,.
' The party arrived 'id. .AUe v i lie at 1 )::i
p. hk, liml the corpse, . was i mined lately
taken to the resichMice f i)r. M L. Nt il
son,thc brother-in-law of Governor Vance,
where a large number of syuip.ithiziug
friends and relations were soon assembled.
The funeral services were, appointed for
"Wednesday morning at II o'clock. The
Methodist ehtircfr, which is the laig: in
tlie place, was-kindly teiiderel for tho
funeral services add accepted by tho fami
ly. The pall-hearers were i Col. A. T.
Davidson, Mr. A!5ert T. Summev, Mr.
James P.. lawyer," and Mr. E. M. Clayton,'
r Ashevnio, Coi. l: l: r.iiu, n. a: gu i-
WMajR: S.Tiieke' hiH A. M.; Mc
Phectfis, of Rnlelgh,' vho .aec'onmalvied
and had in charge thu remains from
, The Ftnleral Cot'.rt, J'idge Dick and ihe
Superior CoMr!, Jit Avery, were bo!!i
in seAsioa, iff'nJfirnrWl ' to ntteail tSe
ftseifi-jtl. AH t'lt-i KtiiH'saM'l -l.i !';.--nes-j
were cloed 4luiiug the services.. A
very large congregation assembled, and
loth the church' and ' yard were densely
packed.' The services were ojened with'
prayer by Rev. Dr. J. M. Atkinson, 'who
was-the pastor of Mrsi: Vance at Raleigh.
Rev. Dr. A. W. Miller then announced
the hymn to bo sang which was selected
for the oocassion by Mrs. Vance, ''ly.-ould
not live al way He then announced his
text "the 15th verse, ortha Ifth i'salni
"As for, me, I willTiiehoId thy face in
righteousness : I s!ill tfe"-sarisfled,'iien
I aw;ake with thy IHa ne.." A' niore
powerful, -beau tifal aid eloquent sermon
has seldom, if c vty; injeir IH i vered i it t he
State. It Would be in vain to attempt to
give any just report ft'f the teuder pathos
and sdrpiisMng Wiuity of this most able
and powerful preseftlarifin of the Chris
tian's Impe fWiidvkl li r'tTuV If hth's of tire'
Gospel, as 'conpale!l,'"virii';-the ground
less hope of thoi u4b ri'ji'et the Sztvionr
and of tho infidet ' :
After the sermon, the '"' remains ' were
taken "to-the 'eeiteVv of tlie 1'ieshvte-'
riaii ehtireh, -vhere: tli'oy wet!e ' diiosited
in n grave adjri'tliig5nmk f :t kon 'who
died many years ago. Thus was laid
in this mountain .cemetery mU that re
mains of ono stk'j'-ipo "to enter on
that rest' that remaincth for good people,
and onVwho was so .Ipved and '-admired
by tlioso. who knew lrr best.-' ' - ' -.
pit the; beautifulfetket was a large fi!
ver plato bearing the1 aneipthm :
HAumtir JCanEY Vaxck.
' ' " Born July Uth, -1832,
Died X?ai, 1878. '
F , Gov. V ance, his iithree i:lswand
puttj bf friends 'acdiiKjsiivying him,
tlltped .tj theucity y wieedayiri' '
Ex'Governor liynheylaui Silent
A Washington: dipa4feli.: to the New
York II 'orldf t paU ilmj!yy-eat;ler 7, ars :
"Fx-Goveruor lh4ibtsijaiu,; ; of , South
Carolina, arrived Jiej-p ipiu , New York
this morui.ng, amj, j;nr.ifed at 1 o'clock
tins atteriuMMi. Duyfug the tew hours he
was here he was at-ne of the depirrtments
tnost of the timel, 44lJ diHiUnfrd-aniHik
of the indivtnjqu v.libyd'bvt'U i f(nrid
against him in South uolina, .and j on
beiug asketl if lie had, a u-comments to
inake, iueix!y said ; V'I have nothing to
say."' Tan old acquaintance who asked
hi ni which way ho Wjiis going, he airswer
ed: ftl do not jkuoiv.whctlief i shal 1 gi to
South Carolina- or not,'? His indictment
lias, evidently surprised him very much,
for it seems to have been kept a profound
secret until' vesterdnv 'When In '-learned
d, aud isjof it by a private dispafii frocii- Colum
bia Several M-of Chauilcrhiiirs friends
who are in Wash ingtui do liot believe
Uiat he will go to South Caioliua to stand
trial, unless forced to by" a requisition,
duly honored by the Governor oflhe State
iu which he now resides." ; ' 1 ' l,v s
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Mr'.- Junius Boyer,- wsidine in this com: -
day. , He was- homeward bound from it
hunting expedition,! and iii changing- his
fow;ling piece - from one shuulder t& the
other, accidentally .let- it fall. Tlie gun
discharged aud the load entered tho front
portion of one footj! causing a very pain
ful woiind&eju IVcss,
OFFICIAL: VOTE QF 7TII DISTRICT.
G ' ' 1878
Foray the, it4W l,4ss
Iredell, 8,364 l.soT
Rowan, 8,169 i,2u
Surry, 1,360 73T
Watauga cwr t3S.
Wilkes 1,328 1.4S4
Yadkin ww ,n
' I have several jrood pastures and ', ilentv
of shelter and will 'fake fifty head of dry
cattle to winter at $1.50 a head per month.'
3:4t: ,SVF. LORD.
' AND' ' "
WILLIAMS ' BROWN
: ; -i-YmtinuoK In tn trv t hlR
K fyps-n hand a full Hnfe
, om area, cook auu tiefc
tn? Stoves, &K Kfpalrs
: 8tiilS, puU Xi KOOUl
0.uttrta all at as low rates a.s can be done in tue
state. is sjw;lal ajjent for the celebrated Acorn
Cook Stove, which he is solan? at very low rates.
Call betorft buying or prdeflng ..-,. . 3:: . .
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Dissolution of Copartnersliip.
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Tlie undersicncd lyive this day, ly;uvutu
nl consent, dissolved the co-part ner.hip
heretofore existing' lctweeTi theni. under the
linn name of Brown v Verlein tha' livery
stable lmsincss, in the town of Salisbury.
All persons owing said jinn, or haying claims
Hgainst aid firm, are requested t settle the
same with R. J. Vest, who '.may be found
at the livery stable occupied by. the .said
firm of Brown & Verblc.
JOHN II. VERBLE,
" FRANK BROWN.
. ,Nq vender 1st, tSW: 3 0t.
Sale of Valuable Property. ,:
By virtue of five several deeds in trust
executed to nie by Thos. E. Brown for tlie
purpose therein declared, I will expose to
public sale at .the Court House in .SalisJmry,
on Monday the 2d day of December next :
One IT-ouse and Lot on Fislur street, ad
joining the lots of Lewis V. Brown, and S.
R. Harrison; thirty 4ieres of Land, khow n as
the clover fiold, situate on tlie Western N. C.
Itiilroatl. neay the corporate liniita, of .the
,Xewn of Salisbury; one other trad known
as the "Round Bottom'' cimtaininj; ' sixty
acres more or less, "adjoining A. II.' 'Boyd'en
and otlierp, and .situate on Grant's Creek,
antf oiltout one mile and a balf roin Sali-;
briry; the large and des-irable House and Lot
now occupied by Mrs. Thomas E. Brown, on
Inniss and Church streets; the large Brick
Livery Stable and Lot situate on Irmiss St.;
the House and Lot in the rt-ac oflhe Livery,
Stable .Lot and fronting on Council street.
Also 'a lot .of superior Horses, Buggies',
IJh;etons, Carriage, Harness. &r. The Horse?.
Busj'-ries, Ac., to be sold at the Livery Stable
ol Brown & Yerble, The above property
inn braces some of tho finest land- in the
State, and the most desirable lots in the
town of Salisbury, "as well a-va very choice
lot of sad. He a"hd harness hor.ses, carriages,
Tkkms ok Sat.'k : Tbe personal property
will le sold for cash; The real-estate wiM
be sold as iollows: one-third cash, the bal
anc"on a credit of six and twelve months
with. interest at 3 per cent frmn il.ite.
J. W. WADSWOIlTil, Trustee.
' Salisburv, N. C, Nov. 1st, 1S78. 3:4t.
Fifty. Acres of LAND
FOB SALE OB LEASE.
Ths undersigned oifers a varuable traet
adjoining the land ot Uobt. Benson, James
Watson ami others. It is well watered and
timbered. Terms casv.
A fine Milch Cow for saU Apply to
; ; . E-. l HALL,
Mt. VeriVon, liowua Co., N. C.
3:30TT0I! K10 GL0VS8,
rSENCII AHD ENOLISH Cashmere
an. I i:,itntSILK -hUKSS I'ArVKilXS,
r r Sn'.tiicribcrs, at C7l rite, to
Arthur's Ham e Ha-i aline'!
TERMS : :l Ye witll a la rge rnhieHon tor
('l itis' N.M-Ol'aeii UUititM'l'N -
fj.s.i.i K,r :i!ih-jt i 'cr'i :v.s'Ul fln-ular, con
Ml n:;j iM-neulars et this snkiKlld offer.
T. S. ARTHUR & SON, S. Sixth St., PILV...
. l:4t. ,
Wo. herebv give uotieu that, after this
da to ' omv stores will be ooen on Sunday.
for Ht Mle f nic lieiai's only. Wo posi
tively will not sell Cigars or Tobrieeoon
that day. ' : ' ' ::
TH CO. F. KLUTTZ,
M . C. ii. HAKKLK,
" JXii. il, LNNibS.
Oet.Jtli, ir. W-.lni. '"' "
All persons Iriilebtt-d to the estate of iirs.
Cliris.lina K. lirown'lecM , are herel.y request
ed to juke pnyment at tince : and all persons
h tvii!; clniin.tt iij;.iiust naiu.efiate will nent
th?m' btTv autlieniii a'.el on or befure the o!
day i.fOetober, !879,-as ref'iire by !,-fv, or
this notice will Im plead in"lar of their rc
eoverv. it. II. CltAWFORD,
L. W. ('II A WF()Rlr
Rjt'rs. with the Will nnnexed.
Oct. SI, $:&. 50:GU
SnliaburVf JV O.
SIM03TOH FEMALE COLLEGE
Statesville, If . C.
Tlie next sesssion ojen Aug-ist 2S, '1878.
4'oardj 'Bnd tuition in English., $85.&r
-sion. of (weotr week. L utalu 'ce and circular
with full particular on application.
Address, Mlts. E. $ . Oil.'
Cheap Chattel MortgncoSj
and varioiH other blanks for ale here
1 v 4 Ii - Iff
WHBBHBBBWM WUM llll'IMIll liaxlBLJ 111 TiM
The PatgntSeIjpAiovy Milker M'fg Ca
Every one to ew fc3 a cow tihciad nave one of 6ar wonderful yiikers a
a n ue tbenKi-M4 irre to &njr irt ol the Lolled t tales on receipt u tt. . ?
IM farmers and ialrj mtiur i tntepUoH Ihe L. nd Ki tlonat vlei.H oi a cow s?v''a'
i. i jtui liatr (itssfiiMi rirf K:rfciir,eillv ei i,lair.t L W lira. Llt .i..i v n -. KU
vl, m inr mir iiiiikimTii run 1 111
GEO. 22. KING President.
4:3t. OfScs, 575 Broadway, Hew York. . '
. 1 wsSm
! , pIIAKLOTTEf sr" C.
, Vp boynd eell nll kinds of KeitTEstate' on cohiinission. Have agents North w,,, i
Ing'rip emigration for, this section. t,'W ndverti-Winoro, exteivsivcdy than any otl
i. i . a . . " .ti.il'aY wi .ili.ti.iMh if
those baviiiLT real estate to sell. Wo wnnta nuiii
!AgeuU yvittiteil in etfy c6unTy.; "Send for1
We arc Stato Agents for Horace Waters
The lest iustrmuent.in the world for, the
FHces lower h;jn the lowest. Of SHEET
reeelTe! aii'Min as pnlilislunl. Churches,
(;iacleiR sitpdied Avith PIANOS, ORGANS and SHEET MUSTC; large 'dis-ount
Jend foi catdogiie ami price Irst. Any other make of pianos or organs Piint'i i
when desired., .Agents, wan ted iu every town ami ouuty. Address I ;
S AYE TIE FRIT !
Mason's Impi-oved Fruit Jars.
A larire lot -gust -m.- A for?, lung waya
ier u);mi f ver otliTed tielore. ' .. -t
; AljvLUTTZIS DUUG STOlSv.
KLUTTZ FliY PAPEll,
Slayp them lv the million. Cheap.
At KLUTTZ'S DUUtJ STOKE.
f If YET.
KLUTTZ'S BUGXBERHY CORDIAL,
is the safest, unrest and inost pleasant remedy
fur J 'iarriie.i, f)vneriterv, &e.
Fur sale only' (U KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
ALL FOR A QUARTER.
A roo.I Ln.mp, chimney, borner and wick,
all for a ijiuirn r. . ' '
At KLUTTZ'S DRUG STQUE.
Males tiie Liltls Ones Sleep.
:loeBKbut7.'s Soothing Drojw. Contains no
UTTZ'S PKUG STOKE.
Thre Fine Ciftitcs or 1 0 cents.
Kd"C-" Oil. iiest .,:,d prettiest
i5!:ii:',' op's h-i l!u 1.'i:iiiir alrendv in
Woinis l'ocket .Std ,i F.)!itif.n. Cull
1 II I J i r t .
V iijar;meii . uar uns in ii.nr ini
At th ko. F. KLurr;: s i:ra stokv..
ry, N. C.
would call attention to their large and splendid -
-ia AIID WAR 22 .
P Embraelup IKONS an 1 STKKLS -every variety of
raws an:l s!k-j;ks best (iUviilO'.
Wagon and Buggy Materials,
comprising all tti! v uiouH MfrbU i 'required srtnjrs,
T axles, wheels, Arc, ready to sot up. "
Tele5rraph Straw Cutters.
all sl, afld.uasurria.ssed m quality and aurabfitty.
Gfeat American Usrhtninff SAWS,
every klnaand shM, embhiein MILL &-C'K.OSSCUT.
, NAILS alisLsesr-euu and wroihL
The most jwpnlsr An t apbrrrvMf stylPB-Kiow' cast-
lairs, allJcmas. b-jii c lir'i No. 5 rxrtuis for i.
... . ... ' ,.... .
irujil . III S43' 1'Utl V.OUS,
. ralnts. nr!!tw Mwhtnine-lirfor. A.
"FAiniiASK S( 'A LKS Steelyards arid lUlances.
For torptinters, KlarkfflnlTlis, Sh-KTnf.l:ers, .Farmers.
! Chanxpiou Mowers ' asd Reapers. 1
Horsa Rakes, Tiu-cahing Machines,
Horse-Ko.vero, l'uiups, tTralQ CraJles,
(irass Keytties. n.mters MandU-d lioe.s
GUMS, I'isfc.iK, Kidt es arwKJlM Laii j .( all kiwis.
rOurstoe1.; nntirai-es e . er.vt hi rt t i 1m (s.und iri
a lanre. and Himalnte Hardware Siw. au.1 all nt imv
Mlcs fdn asli.j VltH thanis for past favors we
lio;wloaiwlt eoailniwd conildenee "and iiien'aslru'
patronage, llarcl 1, is. o:ly
PIANO FOU SALE
An elegant "SclmuKicker" I'inno, very '
l)v for easli or hjj rejihtniable. tcruis. j
Apply to .Mrs. G. J Kicharilson, or at i
thu ofttee. 4(5:1 111.
SaIe ofN. C. Railroad Stock,
At tlie Court 'House Jtior in Salisbury, on
Tuei4day the 19th day aC Xireinber next, I wi
sell Twenty .Siutres.J Stuck in the North Caro
lina Railroad,. Terms of Sale CueL.
- i : T. T. GOODMAN, Adrn'r of
Oet-llSiS.'et ;iJ ' A:i: iioodiim'ii.
I r i t ' :.""::: " :
New Pbllinjg' Place
Notice is hereby giyeiv ibatitlttt l).ard
Justices cT the I'eaee f nnwnn eootiiv, at a
Lmeetin,? held al the Court Ilouse in S.iJislmrv.
I . I iJ.I" 1 I .t i
on ine inn nisi., oruereo anoint.) Hnnt place
to he estahliJied in Alwell riwni,ij., at hno h
ville arid ty be tailed "Encu-hviHe Eiec ion
Precincu" 1 '''..'
All electors in Alwell Township, whq wish
(a' Vote 'at th KnK-hvl1!e l'jt,'tnust ihta!ri Cer
iticateHof ri-nrovat frtmi the Registrars of the
Alwtil Prevlr.cr, xu re;V,ter their name with
I. A. Lipe am! .S. M.Furr, the Registrars of
Ily order of the -no-ml of Jnlit.
HORATIO NT. V!OOUso.3y-. , .
Register of Deetls and Clerk.
SepC 14, 1878. 48:7f
l uu iuc . uw. uiuuuuii me in. Ui(n.i iw. .
m n il i. . Wr.. uj.lt...t . . , . . . 'i " .r
,Ve solicit corressppiulenee vii
il.wr of farms now to till i "
onr 'tlvertisingpapefrnie fuithlanil ! " "
& Sons celebrated 1'ianos and ir.r..
money. - Fully warranted for ix
MUSIC we have a full stock. New luu
Sunday-SchoolsFemale Seminaries' i ?
DAWSON & CO
AROUND ti CORNER.
'to the Public, Okkktixg:
Present complimcnta to the p-.ib'.ie
and desire to call renewed ntteiitiu-i i , ,
efforts to be useful as
Their prici-s are as low as it i.s j-fWi!.
make them, and their work m -t int
any. They fill orders in two iVparin.i ;,?,,
and have so ;tr :ien s-iti.-i'ict ion." T!;l-
have extended their facilities net rth , and
are encouraged to hope for inercastd de
.niands. Their ready made stock in hand'
comprises, a ireneral at-r-ort merit of Ii..usc ';;r-nituref-Bedsteads.lIiimuts.riothes
Lounges, liaefcs, " YVardrolR's, B'-ok Casts,
C'Hj)lMard8a:nl China Presses, Cand'e Stain'..-',
Tin Sates. l)uks. Tables, Washstands, hairs,
?cc. They a!o keej an assortment of
d w.vlnut. pine :i:;d
Also. Window Sisli.
l;- :n 'j upward,
fill erders w ii h-
out ve.i:t ions dela: s.
ci n: r;a
peiiter s ork anri n jirnu.; sa'i.,1
takf o;id lumber a?.l eour.tr
:i. ... Will
evehanire lorjiirrut .ire.-- :4n --p neasLx. oppo
site Wntelii'ian otlice. Julian & Fuai'.ky.'
The undersigned is rinuiiiiir a comfortable
trrweekly llaek line fr.m Salislmry to A!lf
m:rlet . N. C Will convi v pisM iit'erf to Gold
Hill, or elstwiiere on the lit:-, chesper-than
.my Livery . Stable. Leave Salisbury iverr
Mtmdy, Wednesdajmnd Friday, 7 a. in. Kf
tuni every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
G p. in.
Leave ordvrs at National Hotel.
G. V. WHITLOCK,
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Ta luako Title to Laml, and Laborer md
Mtclia7iiic Lieiis; for s;ilu ait this Office
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