L O CA L.
Computed.--Thyutira chnrcfi. damaged
hj heavy MiOw a year or two ngo, -lias
recently bccuthoronghl3' repaired.
'- '- o ' - -
Bald Eagle. An eagle Measuring 7 feet
from tip Vtip, was recently killed on
the plantation ofJ. K. Graham, in Mt.
Uulla tof nisliip." . '
There -rilT be a church festival at the
residence of Mr: J. S. McCubbin, Rowan
connty, on the itJan.'fo?"ihe benefit of
Mr. Joseph Brinrn, tf -,-little" Waih
iogton, and formerly connected with the
State Pres, and C. II. limner of the Da
tidson liecOrd, are sending the Christmas
holiday with their friends here.'
' .f o - -
To Pare f.4-How bfteu docs a slight
cough r cold lead to the most serious con
sequences. - Keep lr. Bull's Cough Syrup
at hni'."PhrMciani ura-cribe it. Thou-
sands ta'e it. ! Price 25 cents.
Jlalf "Sheet; We present the iraeAnmn
in a half ficet this week for two reasons,
First, to jVe, the hands in our office a
little rest, and opportunity to enjov
the Christmas holidays with their friends
A rear of coutinfldus labor, merits a few
hours of free breathing at ; its closed am
the "custom of the country concedes it to al
classes of laborers. Second, to preserve
the continuity of k-gal - and other ad-
Tertisenieuts which iir smno cases are
required by Taw. It will bo observed that
this sheet is mostly made up of advci tise
- tuents, aud those who have, not hereto
fore carefully read thelu may find it to
their interest to iusiwct thent more close
ly. Meii do uot usually advertise with
out having somcthiug to offer to the pub
lic.and if may. be accepted as a rule that
all vtfh expend money in this way are
live business nieu who expect to succeed
by pleasing their Customers. They do
this by giving good bargains .and by po
Special attention is invited to the
"Christmas advertisements" ottering
goods selected with special refereuce to
. 1 Mil
tne noiiuavs. mey are encaper mis
year than ever before. -
BUSINESS LOCAL COLUMN.
W would like- persons intending to
buy for Christmas tree's or Christmas
parties to come and see what we have and
ret our lowett prices. We have a bi"
stock for such purposes.
-i. . M. M. Lixtox & Co.
This week we have increased our stock
of Candies And Crackers. The finest
Confectioneries we ever bought.
- M. MLixtox & Co.
Extra Cream "Soda Biscuit, Milk Bis
cuit, &c., &c.,' very tine indeed. Malaga
Grapes, California Grapes in 3 lb. wood
boxes. California Pears, Florida Oranges,
New York State Aifnlcs, just received at
We have received a nice lot of Sweet
meats for Holiday trade.
. , . ' M. M. Lixtox & Co.
Fresh Prunes; Prnnell's Baisins, Figs,
Citron, aud Gurreuts, just received at
Preserved Ginger, Cross and lilack-
well'sChow Chow; Atmores Mince Medt,
Yonbg man go to Linton's for a box of
nice Bob Bous for your sweetheart.
AL M. Lixtox & Co.
Salisbury, Dec. 12th, 1878.
paired very low
at D. A. AtwelL s Hardware Store.
s Foreign Dii tress.
LdSTJOX,"Dec; 21. The employees in
the manufactured iron trade lu the North
of England claim, before the? arbitrators
that tbe,5 je'r ceu reduction is in conse
quence of the depression in business. The
The men claim that the pi ice of labor is
already lower than during the past twen
ty years. The newspapers continue to
publish accounts of distress thmuglrout
the country. At Sheffield there is great
suffering, and the ladies' committee have
one hundred women making clothing and
distributing relief. Xext week the com
mittee 'will leriuire two hundred. The
Archbishop of York has asked the clergy
to roakn arochial collections for the re
lief fund. Birkdale.and Southjoit have
fortiiejif a jomt relief committee which is
distributing soup and bread. Accounts
from vaiions points confirm the previous
accounts of distress prevailing.
. The Afghan Situation.
JLiOxpox, Dec. 21. A telegram from
Lord Lyttou, the Viceroy of India, says:
Maj. Cavaguari confirms tlie- news that
the Ameer of Afghanistan has fled from
Cab ul to Turkistau. His sou, Yakod
Khau, was released from confinement and
left afCabuL Tlie Ameer bad lost near
ly all control at that place, and his sol
diers were deserting.
The Penitentiary. Tim Board of Di
rectors of this institutions is now in ses
sion. It is not thought any more convicts
will bo sent west until spring opens. The
number of convicts at the penitentiary on
the 1st of December was 349 at work ou
the Western X. C ttailroad, 502 j on the
AVesteru Eailroad, 99 ou the Chester and
Lenoir, 43, and oa the Georgia and North
Carolina 23, making a total jsf 1,1IG.
i'atnj'h" Xew$. " '" :
For the Watcbnyia.
SCOTCIl-IIlELA XV. -
Of Carolina's soil the lest
Ier garden nix-f, or East or west
Where Scottish thrift and Irish wit,
Transplanted there together, tit
Dame Nature s riches like a shoe,
Aud bring her bidden wealth to view.
O'er all their wide productive farms,
Scotch-Ireland stretches out her arms
To denuctis of sterile lands
To dwellers on the Eastern sands
And to the immigrant says: "Come :
You'll never tind a fairer home."
Her settlers from two stnrdv stocks
ThU like the oaks, that like the rocks;
Combining Scotia's grit so pure
With Lnn's pluck so brave and sure ;
To principle forever true;
1 heir linen white, their stockings blue;
rreuestmed eono, torn, stout and hale,
Made of the stud' that kuows no fail ;
ISy industry's strung arms elect
1 o decent homes, their creed and sect ;
Her Alexanders, Hoseborulis, Pharrs,
ilcllcnrys, Knoxes, Hydesand Kcrrs.
They kept the Sabbnthvsaid their leavers:
lheir liibles read; held no church fairs;
o scieuttuc devilment
E'er heard when they to meeting went ;
They helped the poor in all their need ;
Tley taught their happy wlaves to read;
They made the negro know 'twas sin
Pure idleness to be caught in,
And lashed hfm well and fed him cood.
And clothed him warm and by him stood,
Lake parents, m nis sickuess tlien;
And oh ! they paid their debts like men !
Each Brandon, Bailor, Cowari, Hall,
iJJtuke aud .Gillespie each aud all!
They hated tories; loved their God ;
Laid on their children's back the rod ;
m raiding cotton, corn aud wheat,
fhis big round world thev fairly beat;
rhey drank giHsl whisky when they wish'd;
lliey ate tat turkey when 'twas dished;
They sent to school to Marshall Ney,
Ami let him have hi s princely sw;iy,
V ho knew all languages Irom Greek
And Latin to Choi-law and Creek,
And so well knew the birch's use,
lie gave the chaps the very ducc
TIiomj little Grahams, Xeelvs, Chunns,
Fbards, Luckeyst Youngs and Allisons!
But it would make bv fir too I0112
l'his expedite, epheiu'riil mu:
One half the excellence to tell
That in Scotch-lreliiud uwd to dwell,
Or, by the way, one half the good
CoHHiiiiigJed sliil in that true blood
Of Scottish and of Irish sires;
A theme on which n'U never tires;
The folks that dwell ou Wrther's creek,
And by loiiiig'st Mountain's modest peak;
Historic hills and haunted wold :
From Third" Creek Station's "lengthened
To where Mt. Uila's cedar's wane.
Dec, 176. E. P. H.
Stand back ! we say, you sweet potatoe
editors. We are i:in to hit vo with a
turnipMr. J. A. Masmi, of Bladen conn
ty, yesterday venfto Howell Cobb, inthi:
city, a turnip of the purple top, Dutch
uat variety, it is one toot thick, that is
it measures 12 inches through from where
the top grows-out to where the root beT
gins; and in circumference it measures
well, you can ly a buggy wheel 'on; the
ground, put the turnip on top of it, and
youcan't see a spoke in the wheel. It's
an awful turnip and we have never seen
its like anywhere. It will compare favora
bly in size with one of those liowan county
pumpkin., and any one who has been to
Rowan, knows what a pumpkin is. Howell
don't know exactly what tod With it,
but projkoses to scrape out the iuside and
use the shell as a cistern. B"i. Sun.
Look here, neighbor, that turnip is
bigger than any liowan pumpkin we know
New Castle, Dei, Dec. 21. George
Draper, colored, recently convicted of
ni urdu in the second degree for killing
John Wilson at Middletown, was placed
in the pillory in a blinding snow storm
this morning, and afterwards received tK)
lashes in accordance with his sentence.
He will now be imprisoned for life.
A Poetic Vietr. So much has been
written about the sheep husbandry ques
tion that the prose &ide of it is worn
threadbare. But now that "awfully clev
er!' Dossey Battle, of the Tarboro South
erner, has iayoketl'the aid of the. mnse.
She has descended and inspired him with
the following versii'le :
"Mary had a little lamb,
But she gave the tiling away, .
Knowing with all the dogs around,
-Sheep husbandry wouldn't pay."
Beklix, Dee. 21. The statement is of
ficially denied that the Emperor, on the
occasion of bin resumption of the govern
ment, received a letter of congratulation
from the Pope and replied to it. It is a
The Germania, the Ultramontane paper
referring to the views of the North Ger
man Gazette in regard to the Centre Ul
tramoutane party, declares that a restora
tion of peace between, the Church aud
f Stateou a basis of the May laws is au im
Cotton Keeeiptt.TUet following is the
ofhcial report of cotton for the week eud
iug, December 21 : lieceipt fr tlie week,
Jj9o0; same week last - y. ear, 2,435; de
crease for the week, 535; receipt fur
Saturday, 123 ; total receipts to date.
Bayard Taylor' Funeral.
Bekux, Dec. 20. Tho funeral services
over the remains of tlte lata minister Tay
lor will be held at Aurcricau legation on
Sunday, after which the remains will be
conveyed to a mortuary where they will
remain until taken to America-'
It i better- to bug a delusion than to
let a gear hug you. .Free Press. Bnt a
pretty girl with chciry.lips and red, rosy
cheeks, diiconnts a 'delusion about ll):)
per ccut. X.'Y; Egress. ' -
In FrauSrlln Township Sunday morning- at 4 o'clock,
Sins. BtibEV 'Uixdows, aredkover s -rears. She
bad been eoa.l:f od to her bed about live years. Sfce
was a membt? oil raasita cUutjU tor many years.
, THE GENUINE
DB. C. McLANE'S
Celebrated American '""
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes," or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeksr; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, anil sometimes bleeds;
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regukif, at times costive-; stools slimy ;
not unfrequently tinged With blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
"injury to the most tender infant. ,
The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mc-
DR. C. McLANE'S
sre not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections
of the liver, and in all Jiilious Complaints,
Dy spepsis and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they arfcsmcqualcd.
BEWARE OF I3UTATIOSS.
The genuine nre never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLane's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of Ci
McLane and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc
Lane's Liver Pilus. prepared by Fleming
Kros., of Pittsburgh. Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name JIcL,(litef
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
Wit I 18 MQ RPnvUM
1 . . .1.1 a. . . .u
iKaiXS f Continues to carry on his
X-I2k.oM bii-liiesjus neri toiore.
K4-f t'ti hand a full line
tiipr-h't Wort s. Cook and Ileat-
. : 7 T -;x si')cs, Ac. .liepairs
r-tiila. nuts up Hooting ana
Gnttortn? ail at as low rates as -;tn be. done in the
State, lie Is special aent for t v oeIetr.ite.l Aeoru
Cook Stove. whth he is stt!ln? at very low rates.
Call before buying or orievlu. 3:
Fifty Acres of LAND
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
The undersigned offers a valuable; tract
adjoining the lands of Robt. Benson, James
W atson and others. It is well watered and
timbered. Terms casv.
A- line Mikh Cow for sale. Apply to
E. P. HALL,
Mt. Vernon, liowan Co., X.C
Blafer and HeMn,
Ja:ina?2il IS7G -tt.
gttorncn at to,
O jrvlli-a l-e.x-v, 3M- C
Magazine -Clut-Getters !
3-OUTTOil KID GLOVES,
PSEHCH AIlp ENGLISH Caslunero
and K-tQ'tut HII.K DRESS PA TTEUSS,
GIVEN IN PREMIUMS
lor Subscribers, at Club RaU, to
Artlar's Home Magazine !
TERfSS : $2.23 a Year; Witlia large reduction for
Ctaiis. becunen uuinlx rs, l(k',. -,
f"Sena for CiulMietter's Spwial Circular, con
taiiitng fuU particulars of iLU splen Utt offer.
, T. S. ARTHUR & SON, 22T is. Sixth St, Phlla.
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
Also various other blanks.
NOW IS THE TJME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
SITE TE FRUIT!
Mason's Improved Fruit Jars.
A large lot just in. A long,- long ways
cheaper than ever offered before.
1. it 1 t r-T'Tit! nurvi CTAPt'
KILL THE FLIES.
KIUTTZ'S FLY PAPER
Slays them bv the million. Cheap.
At KLUTTZ'S DRUG STOKE.
BEST TMG YET..
KLUTTZ'S BLACKBERRY CORDIAL,
is the K;if-t, surest and mod pleasant remedy
fur Diarrhea, Dvwnierv, &p.
For saleMilv at KLUTTZ'S Drag Store.
ALL FOil A QUARTER.
A good Lynip, chimney, burner and
all for a quarter. .
At KLUTTZ'S DIIUG STOIIE.
Makes tie Little Ones Sleep
Does Klotlz'y Soothing Drops.
Onlv at KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORK.
Three Fine Cifinrs for 10 cenls.
Uel"C"Oil. Dcst and prtttiext illtiniina
Bluing Sonjw has the bluing already in it.
Woods Pocket "Soda Fountain. Call and
Unparalleled bargains in Hair Brushe. Toi
let Soaps, Ac.
At THKO. F. KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE,
17:ly. 1 Salisbury, N. C
would call attention to timlr lar?r anrl spl-:n!iA
Erabraclnc-TRONs nn1 .STKF.LS ever: variety or
sizes and shapes best nxii mty.
Wagon and Dugy Itiateriala,
comprising all thj various kt;rls r-;;".lr I tprins.
axios, wne?!:;, c, iv:i.iy to w-t up.
Telegraph StraT7 Cutters,
all sizes, an t unsurpa3tl in quality an-l tl-jrahllity
Great American Lightning SAWS,
every kind aud si.'-, eir.'jraciri MILL a CROSSCUT
H AILS all sizes cut ami wruuUi.
The r-n.st popuhr anl approverl styles now Cr.st
ItiKs, all kinds, bolts, so. &T No. 5 poiutstor l
W I N D o w Q u a s S l mm s x i u t o 2 ! s;) -I'ut t y, oils
I'alnts. Varcl-ilt-s. I.iirlitnloir Prior, c:e.
FAIKIIANK SCALES Stcclyar ls an;t Balances.
For Carpenters, ina-'k-iti -is, Shoe:n:i!;erP, Fanner-..
Champion Ko-Tcro and Reapers.
Horse Rakes, Threshing Macaines,
Horse-Powers. Pump.i, rfTiri!-i Ti'1l-s,
Jrass Sevtisps, I'lanters Itanoi'-d i:oes, .
GUNS, Pistols, Kni.'s. anilCfTLKityor al! kin-'s
iiTityir stocK eniorafese- ervttinj io bo found tu
i larjre and eoruplete Hardware stor. an-d a-l :.t low
prices foreash.Jc,"J Wit'.- t!:ml:s for psr t ivors w
hope to merit eoau.-iu.'d .-ouudencc aiid InerCvViLn
patroruje. i!ar..'! T, l-7S. 20:iy
SIHOHTOH FEMALE COLLEGE
Statesville. N. C.
The next sessi);i o;cn- A'j;i'.-t '23, 1S78.
Board, and tuition in KnjzIUh. $S.", .00 jer ses
sion of twenty weehs. tataloyiie :.;ui circular
with full particular.- on aji-!icati. H.
Address, Mia. E. (JiiAXT,
34: ly ? Principal.
We hereby ive notice that after this
date our stoics will be open ou Sunday
for the axle of medicines only. Wv posi
tivelyvill not sell Cigars or Tobacco on
TIIEO. F. KLUTTZ,
C. 11. llAl.KEi.,
IN(). 11. ENNlfSS.
Oct. loth, 1878. 52:1m.
The copartnership heretofore existing
under the style of Jones & Gaskill is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All
persims indebted to ns are re-juested t
call a:;d settle at once.
J. D. GasivILI..
M. L. iloL.MF.S.
Ilaving pnrchnseil the remaining stock
of Jones . Uaskill I hereby inform my
fiiends and Patrons of tho late inn that
I will make fresh additions to the stock of
goods ami solicit their patronage hoping
to merit a continuance of same by close
attention to business - with new goods and
at lowest pv tee .3.
' J. 1. G.V?KILL.
Dec. 0 i87S. G-.i
PRfflTING OFFICE FOR SALS.
Tlie Proprietors of the Vv iikesboro Wit
xkss, ItHviujf gone" into other -business,
proposes to sell the Office cheap for cash.
Persons wishing to embark in the News
paper biT.siness would Io well to commu
nicate with us. Address,-
Nov. 21, 1 373. 7:4t. Wilkesboro, N. C.
' Wotrhri $3107. KTolv-r,
175. t '.nii. Over moistr-U NotpIuW
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The undersigned have this day, by mutu
al consent, ; dissolved the co-partnership
heretofore existing between them, under the
firm name of Brown & Verble, in the livery
stable business, in the town of Salisbury.
All persons owing said firm, or having claims
against said firm, are requested to settle the
same with R. J. West, who may be found
at the livery stab!e, occupied by the said
firm of Brown & Verble.
JOHN n. VERBLE,
NoTcmber 1st, 1878. 3-6t. '
Eack Line to Albemarle.
The tindersismed 1 runninii a comfortable
tri-weckU Hack line from Salisbury to Albe
uiarle, N! C. "Will convey passenger? to Gold
iiil, or eNewhere on the Hue, oneaper iu
any Livtrv t.itie. i-ieve iiMmit,
Mondav, Wednesday and rriuay, t a. i.
turn every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
611 m. .
Leave orders at National uoiei.
By virtue of n .Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed by John Heard and Ellen 13. Beard
to Luke Blackmcr dated the 31st day o;
July ls'7'5, and registered in the office of the
'U'ister of I)eels of liowan County, it.
Book No. 47 page ''ol. tfcc, an 1 upon which
default has been made, I will expose t'r
sale at public auction, at the Court-House
door in ih; Town of Salisbury, on the 20th
day of December, 1S7.S, at li o'clock, A. M..
t!ie , following Personal Property, to-wit :
One Steam Engine and Boiler, with ail the
iiiaciiincry thereto attached, ami u Saw Mil!
ami (."rist iiili with all the machinery at
tache.!. Terms Cash.
Dated at Salislmrv this 20th .lav of No
.: ;t IXKE RLACKMEM. Trustee.
ZkJLi'o U i VJXG Oil.
SEAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Pnmiant to the nutliorify vestal in them tc
the last Will and Testament of Dr. Fraiu i
N. Lackey, deceased, the na-ler.iried will
offer !r sale, ut the lale residence ot' dee'd.,
on Tliiirsdiiy, the .ll.i day ol J.jnu.rv, A. 1).,
IST'J, the following real and personal projitrt v,
to-wit: One trad of about a'.res of land,
.situated in Atwell'x Township, Rowan county,
adjoining the land of John Frieze, JLobe'rt
MeNeely :tnd others, known ns tl.e.home place
suhjt-ct to the Widow's dower interest there
in. 2. Another tract of about one hundred
and seventy acres of land, situated in. Mt. Clla
Township, Rowan comity, adjoining the lands
of N. F. Hall, John Gillespie, Stokea Cowan
Also one -l-hor wagon, one 1 -horse wagon,
one sulky. Reaper and Mnwr. farming. imple.
ments, aboul :0U bushels of corn, ) bushels
of wheat, one mule, a number of cattleand
sheep, sever:. i bales of cotton, and perhaps
Terms of Sale : Of personal property, Crsi :
Of land, one-tldr-.i casli, one third in si x months,
and one-thin! in nine months. Hond and ap
proved security. Title retained until all the
purchase nionev is paid.
JOHN S. IIEXDERSOX,
JOHN' O. FLKMINO,
Executors of Francis N. Luckev, dee'd.
Nov. 10, 1S78: 5:Gt.
A GOOD MILCH COY
: AIE AT
Apply at This Oluce for fuitlier informa
tion. '" Dec. 'J:'M.
North Carolina )
Davic Colntv, s "
E S Morris, Adra'r de bonis non
of Abel Kennon, dee'd. Plj). j
Geo F Kennon. L E Oainep, I Petition to
wife of R F Gaines. W Frank j-fie II land for
Kennon, J Wesley Kennon, j payment of
Martha Ann Kennon. Letitia J debts.
Kennon, Thos A Kennon ami
Willie Emilia Kennon, heirf at j
law, !jt. J
Upon affidavit of the IM .inuff, it appearing
to the satisfaction of the Court that V Frank
Kennon of lite defendants above named, is a
non-resident of the t'tate, It is ordered that
publication be made (or eix successive weeks
in the Carolina Watchman a newspaper pub
lished in the town of Salisbury, N. 0. Notify
ing the said W F Kennon to appear at the
ofKce of the Clerk of the Superior Court in
said county, oh Monday the 3d day of Febru
ary, 1S7 9, and answet the petition which is
depolited in the office of the Clcrk of the Su
perior Court for said connty, or the Plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the petition.
; Clerk Snpprior Court Pavic County.
Dec 1 4th, 1S7S. 9;Gt:pd,
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ii"S wmm cc
'isa&s vmmB j -
& jt z muss v
g 111 5
Tlis Patent Self -
worv one wuo owns e cow
Eveiy onejuu o ua c
?n,i iiu-Trated Paiaidilet ou t lie Cow, containli-K tne testimonials ot pracuca
lUiXtavnlouiiti lt L- 8- aDd oi.al views ot a cow's teat
. ar V?.1??,! :13 .?JiSiiiiiaUy exMalned, by Dr. Lne and Wilson of mt
city, seni irec lu
Office, 575; BroadwayKew York. '
We bny and sell all kinds f "Retil Estate ;ou commission.
J . ... - w.a ..,1-i.t-tif mot-Hi
inS up eni.smi-- - ";
g up einiratioiLfir tins st
agency in the, country, so.Ui
We make no chneif no sale is
lllilt WU1 VU'v
those having real estate tsell.
Aleuts wanted in every county,
PIANOS A-iSTD ORGf-A-ISTS.
We are State A -rents for Horace Waters & Sons cel-rated Pia.uis andOrgans-.j
Tlie best instrument in the wo, Id tor t he
Prices lower thauthe lowest. Ot SlitM
Send for catalog.- and price list. Any
wheu desired. Agents wanted in every
The "NEW AMERICAN" is easily learned, does not-get out o' ojder. and will do
more work with less labor thai any other machine. Illustrated Circular turn.shed c
application. . .
J S. DO VET, Managrer, Gl N. Charles Street, Baltimore. JKd.
& UOGEHS, Agents, Salisbury, TT. C.
I do not Iioitate tu ay the American Mnichii.c surpats all other machine-. Betidea i
inj; all tin work th:if.i iitr i:i.n liH.tf tan, it o t-rxf iiii.s ai.tt wurkM liultt.n holes in dt fabric
Irom Swirs Mcslin to IU-.iv. r N il.. 1 I :tve usvd fMi.-t-r, Howe aud ted Macbitiet, !
Slid I ho Vuiciican i.-sis;ein,i u them
m;s m. kutledge
I have use3 the Shiver at .l oilier
inn iii lies,
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MKS : MiaVf ti-vd :;
ehitie-, r.d v.oii! ' .!:
in the i i c oi.tr. i eo. so'.i i
HARD W A H E
At I-OV7 Pictures
Call r.n l!ie nr.dersignedT sit Ho.
D. A. AT WE LI
Snlishurv . N C. Jtnn
..-.f - '' T - ! - - -
AROUND tho CORNER..
To the Public, Gri-etim. :
IULIAN & FRALEY
Present comp'imt-:itsto the.puh:ie
and desire to call renewed attention toth-ir
, eiForts to be ici'ul as
Their prices are as low as it is possible to
make them, and their work not inferior to
any. They fill orders in two departments,
and have so far given -sutisfaction. They
have extended their facilities recently, and
arc encouraged to hope for increased de
mands. Their ready made stock in band
comprises a general !;s,c-ortmcnt of house fur
niture Bedsteads, Bureaus, Clothes Presses,
Lounges, Hacks, Wardrobes, Iiook-Cases,
Cupboards and China Presses, Candle Stands,
Tin Safes, Desks, Tables, Wash-Stands, Chairs,
ice. They also keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine antt-poplar, from $3 upward.
Also, Window Sash. They fill order with
out vexatious delays. AVill contract for car
penter's work and warrant satisfaction. Will
take good lumber and country produce in
exchange for furniture Shop nearly oppo
site Watchman office. Julian a Fralev.
NOTICE Is hereby given that appli
cation will Le made to tLe next General As
sembly of North Carolina to amend ike Char
ter of Davidson College.
SecHy Board Trustees Davidton College
, Dec. 7, 1873. 8:5t.
O A P BIM AOS?
Acting Cow Milker MTg Co
saould have one or our wopderful Milters. A chli
rt t , rlMta tna on receipt or fit. Sen,
GEO. E. KING, President.
CHAULOTTE, N. C. .
Have age'ntftNetth Work
advertise move extensively thau any other
Mdlin!r lands me sunerior to ny other
made. V e feit crespomnce
our advertising paper "The Southland."
-t DAWSOSL & CO.
money. ruy wavrt
mi n" 're" to. r"3
Slll.ll:-V-SCHOOS. r eillJliU ociniiion U!
otner maive u. VMuu - .
town and cmuity. Adtliess,
DAWSON & CO., .
CHARLOTTE, X. C.
Buy only the
It it thi
Only Sowings Machine
wnica has a
Tne Simplest, the Zost Hur
dle, and in Every Eespcct
1 not exchange the American fr
Mils. H. N.-it'i I.E. -
C, May 22,1, 1672.
Sc f'i!)!, Sewing Mt--Cil.
it i claiiiitd for it
V "rn vLr & AVi'on, Wihox
; mi ol :hei:t. l.l wirtftio :,
I j! I.e-rs i ha. e evt r fi r..
MK: t; EO.
rrcr ' pt'K':;? ceqiiaiuU'i'. and tlioe wh
urenotOKght '.DU wi;i. tho wonderful morlUof
that gnat American Remedy, the
FC2L HAH AUD BEAST.
ThU liniment very naturally originated In Ameri
ca, v!:c:-o "Sature proviaca i: her laboratory uck
u:-prfc.'i!g antidote f or tho maladiea of hcrcWl
urr.i. It ; fame b--v.:i tprrauiug foe i3yer
u-.v!'l n)-. it c-.:c'.n;'es t!ic haoltable globe.
fhs Zli-Ica.i i::-.H::i I-Inimciit ii a Bitehtof
r:r.wI U-ttMx r.'.r:-:r: j "Tihentsof juan andbeMfc
- l-o ftwt ttvn:cris::'.d fariacKi It lavataM.
- ' A s'.as'.o bofAi r-f.vn i r.vm n lianiah life or r-Etcrfs-t!:s
r-i-r-.ilr.os-i ff aa txeellent bor, ".
C.v.r, -r:":: rp.
Ii cufi-. f-t;-rat, lioof-ail, hoBow Jorn.
scrctr-r.-cr-.i, tJO-jUer-rot, raa:;-c, the Wte n
s'-Ins-s '-1 T'..i2o:-.o-M rttilM rud Insect, nd erT
tiic'i t!ra-.r:)icrto stock LrcJIs; nd hiitix lit.
Is c-zTcs every crtcratl trouble cf borse, iu
as lameness, scratches, tr.-lnny, sprain. tonBdw.
wind ring-bone, etc., etc.
The "ilcxtcaa I.-.:rf.ier.t Is the quVtlwrt
cure la tha wcrU f jr r.ecidcnis oecurring U
famar, la the abneac.a of a phyEician,
.... . fnr rhMB'
r . Ti ill I. -T? vi T. -I.T .
! I Sft&f' It has Self Settir-j Needle.
curaa, ecaias, praia3, r, , . j , -" - . i
tlcalarly ralaabJa to XUicrs. - f '
It ia tha cheapest rr-mely In th world, f or W
p-inetratca thn r.'.usc.e to the txnc, and -n
t ipllcatlon U generally siifflclent to cure.
"jcsScanllastarsI-iatmcnt js put up b thre
xcsof bottles the l--irfr-t tieins proporOon
ely much the cheapiU Sold everywhere.
teaiiefi Iff M
or Dioey' refunded u
PTtlCTa 25 CEHTS. at
v ENiJSS-Drag Store.
r- " " . ...
' rretloa or i-Xtrw. A .jr 3" J.U .
dieiiw. D.-. XV. JkflVKH Vit!oL
-fVealJSixUt trce. Ciiclnnl.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for mU herf ,. .