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THUlisDAY, AHHL, 24, lB7i I
j himw at fetiinifbitllAre, 22 incuV
j (ioi. Hampton I
ripri.'ntel n tloing
)u iit-alth contiuu-
TTIi irk value if,fili whipped from
lizalietb Cjr- (S, C) i8tatwlu8xceiHl
iiag one lioiitlfd thouaml dollar.
k Tin rJ..iiHr:il -Aaciiil)r if AMV 1 orK
to Oeh. Glint m UU return from abrotid
n frieuds of theHnrgaw and Onslow
Railroad will Md their nrt meeting at
Jatkson, Onslow county. May 12th, for
the purpuae. of ordering a survey- and
' ixMiinir Iwioks of snbscription. The Wil-
- ihiug Stnr 'speaks cojitidently of its
! U has teuvdecidel by the State Treas
irr, iiiid the law sustains him, that fi nit
fiee dealers, must pay one hundred; dol-
jars for every drummer or salesman they
W-ik out in this State. This will donbt
es put a st to traveling nursery agents,
I j Mss' Painter and Mrs. Moon arc labor-.
"- ing'inccessfully in' 'lialeigli. Large con
gregation nsseinble to hear them every
"r iiigiitr eoiuprjsiug members of the various
; deuouiiuattonsUiirof whom seem disposed
v Jo neourage- tle good work they are
Ah act wjis passed nt the last
' u ' m I ? w - - - - -
ilev;eft a till of - ou ,-coil victs under in
dictnicuLin either court, and 85 ou those
in rtvil suits jitymigea to pa3 tne cost.
Deeds po iserve uttices through the mails
i Afcwr An Att providing for the appoint
Anient of a L'uardiari J for habitual th-unk-
l anls. ! - .
Col. Walter Steele made a speech" in
I congress, aiunpi.v, wuicu orougui
I hint and hjii ..tate to the front iu very
: I handsome style.- Good sound sense and
v: good humor characterized it. Ie went at
I the Kepublicaus wjth a ''sharp stick!' and
1 "brought down the house'' by the happy
sharp stick, ana
use he made ot the instrument.
J Democratic press is jubjlaut over it
1 Senatorsjlanipton and Uutler, f South
Carolina rrere t-eceived at Charlotte las
r week, witlt. handsome honors. The mili
! tary and citizens generally turned out and
met theih at the depot. They appeared
4 o theijatforui witli Mayor Smith, and
were greeted with applause. Gov. Hampr
'i: tou' delivered a short address in which,
f with thanks for the honor done him, he
tld th ,pe)ple tliat he was oii.hi? wjiy to
t Washington, to take his seattiu the U. S.
t Seiatev4 The occasiou was a pleasant one
j :; to the distiuguUlied visitors, and highly
E creilitable to the spirited iieoide of Char-lotte.-
The General Assembly haying contin
ued the appropriation to the. Normal
Schools,! fthe State Biard of Education
have organized tlie work W 1879. The
University Normal School will open on
Tnesdajr; June 17th, 1879, and continue
six.weeks, A full eirps of trained teach
ers have been selected tor thy School, and
the work will be prosecuted iwith renew
ed interest. The Suieriiitendeut of Pub
lic Instruction has su pitied the County
School Examiners with circulars and the
teachersfate reqneWed to ''call for the
sAirife.' Go .-to the University Normal
School j i Be there at the opening and re.
main till the close. .
j - - , .
TuEi Pistol Still Wok Ks.-There was
a terrible tragedy in, Baltimore on the
'?fh.M A Mr. James attacked a young
man named Hinds, for the seduction ami
desertibu of-his' daughter. James was
killed jitter wounding Hiudsin the arm
ad-fa?e. It js s tjie , second I time Hinds
andtafe. It is ;the, second itjme
r has. haU hb life ip jeopardy !oq tin
t I H "ecouhjt: Jriie y otmg lady's j brotlj.
I tacked him some months ago j they
on. tljp same
: thtr fimo-litd
With pistol Within live feet officii ntU
, . O --".j " " ' v
firiM& pdl their- shots without a mortal
either, though both; were woun
, x lcr Jsuue8 fnetetl the bat
m ras week wjth the result stated above.
ITie fiidy'diett in March, since when her
father has been tduiost crazed with grief
audi ijidignatiou. She wais a favorite
child and highly accomplished.
f1 AND WixsItox. A friend Writes
us thus: "A vote was .taken last. Satur-
uay mi the towns oi Sailem and Winston!
on inejwucn AeXeU topic of consolidation,
1 Jty?.im?au.r, voted! down. So,
NileiDraud Vni8tou, though apparently
oue jilact', Jieparated only fby a cross
itreetl are? so tar as their total govern.
WPWK separate as if they were miles
Ptrti! Saleiu . is Uicomingi exceedingly
?uMj?Uo. )ife 1w business at all in the
IKtrtuut a great deal more iu the
opjief part,' vhlch adjoins Winston : while
WiushMHseems all alive and growing.
thbaec; factories, thickly dotted
aninnaiieiug the, cause oflits rapid iw4
crease n size and prosperity, The quiet
I rMn8t ?r m are minly moi-e
to oe desired for school pnnioses than the
i.Uv tirof Winston ; JU U VeJ pn
iteersad to see such immbcr'of simps
; and stores closed." - ( '
j fKWSED isCHcfot LAW.
-The Attorney General of jhe State hav-
fig biyi callett on to give an ,,iuioil ou
; .the School Law question, has decided th-.t
the presiding officers of the: Genera As
j -,,iu y should iuv sign the; bill, and thos
, complete thoevulent designed purS
of: the peoples lormaHy expressed ?Er5
thei representatives. We iqk the u
T thatitheomiumtosign the law duriii-
IinAK.il t ; m .
iot lm, d ,s not, fatal t, its vaUi "
having Jised,U.rough all the usual ami
requ.ret forms of legulation. eon.
eludes thus :'
Iinlthrore-the School Bill ,hollJd
w finned nor ifier nii,.nrn.. . . . "
TT fVT ,7"'": give me op nion
uponj Ihefacls In this case obtained from "
Ikj records in IlieStcreurytif Suie'iioffice
! whid, fuiljr warmiii.it, TImscIiuuI aw ione
! ,."!" ,M,r ille are concerned, and it
;4fnr & f re-uni tliul the LMatiire intended
!V lfJ -. ehielibi.al iierm
I lj p.nigilieJ.ill m qiiexlloii.! lr houh I
j igned nd iiUiNlicil saioii" apt of 187y, and
tavalidilT.iH then duuUwl ll.e queniioii
I WiMflil iNr deeided bv die (HuiriU ! . .i
U UVr h u".d5r","!'d ' 8ve the opinion
. i. , IT
erv rt-ecially, j
V J Your ohedlrnt servant, O
' Tiios.K. Kesax.
' Attorney General,
A fyclone pasmi over Ldii.nniie, in., Town Contention. ' ii I j I 1 1 W - 'XriTw 1 . , .
and causing great terror. Duelling houses,
AnMiKii JLtm u a'A WlosrmliaficMY in nn In.
stant. The .width :fthe wihd,i,lvhicli
moved in e'rle-,. wais only from sixty to
elgnty tcer. aiany person were wtmnueu
nil no oeaiiis rejKJi leii.
On tiil' 1'iinu Vi'hun T Ton t-iToaa nro.
teiulcd friends have t"it iced tJiouMauds of
negroes from their pensaut iioinewui jou
isinnannd Minsissipjii to Kansas, only to
rob t hem of their little money, and then
to leavei them destithte to die of Rtarva
lion. This wuh not the work of a native
born Southerti inan j it 1ie.tra.va "too mnch
heartless greel : too mnch political des-
iwrntimi. Tlmnanjitla tif liPfrrfM1 1ijivi
Stnteiee a"' will be detmletl by. the 'exodus
movement io iae rqui or inemseives ami
famines. i i 4 " :
To Tlirvfj llenrv A: D:ivia.c TTenrv
P. Andrews nud Lewis Carlton, luisoners
in the jail of Orange county, convicted -of
if lmrirlni'v mid iii nttenmt to murder.
li:ivinr failetl in nn hmteal to the Snoreine
Court, were on Friday hist, brought inU
court at Hiilsboro; for re-sentence, his
Honor Judge Buxton, presiding. On be
ing asked if they had any thins: to say
why the sentence of the. law should not
be pronounced against them, Davis arose
and declared he Was lunocent that his
life had beeii forfeited by the misstate
ment of the iihtn who turned State's evi
dence. They were all. sentenced to be
hung on the 2d of May, proximo.
The Kili.ixo of! Dexxy. In our last
we copied the substance of -rtstatement
we saw in our exchanges in resjiect to
the killing of the banjo player, Denny-,
in Taylofsville, X. C, which, as will be
seen by the following authoritative ac
count, did Teaugue great injustice. We
are glad to make the correction, as we
are fortnuately atle to do on the best
For the Watchman.
TaylorsviUe X. C. April 14, lt79.
Our usually quiet village was jthe scene
on Saturday of -a fatal rencontre between
W. C. Teague, wlrite, and A. Denny, a
Denny, who wfls considerably under
the influence of liquor used some abusive
and insulting language to Teague.
tinies witj, a sticj, iemiy drew" pistol
ami hreil at league who being, also arm
ed with a pistol returned the tire. Several
snots were tireti. Jtesiwc-uennv was
killed Teague Wounded slightly and is I
now in jail to await trial, the verdict
of a coroner's jury, was that 'Denny came
to his death by; a pistol shot tired by
W. ('. l eague" cause, whiskey and pis
tolsthe first uselessly indulged in, the
second needlessly carried.
Appointment of Cadet 7th Congressional
: The competitory exAmination, institu
ted by the Hon. R. F. Annfield for the
selection of a candidate for admission to
West Point Academy, will take place in
Statesyille nt the" Male Academy, on Sat
urday tho 17th of May, beginnings at 9
o'clock A. M. Every applicant must bo
a resident of the 7th Congressional Dis
"The age for the admit ion of cadets to
the Academy is between seveuteeu and
twenty 1 wo years. Candidates must be
at least five feet in height, and free from
any infectious or immoral disorder, aud
generally, f mm any deformity, disease or
infirmity which inay render them unit
for military service. They must be well
versed iu Heading, in Writinq, including
Orthography, and iu Arithmetic, and have
a knowledge of the elements of English
(irammar, of Descriptive Geography , mr
ticulatly of our own country, and of the
History of the United States.5' (From cir-
vuiar, u ar uepai tmcnt.)
J. H. Hill, )
I. B. Boone,
W. F. Frkklaxd, S
Medical Examiuer. Dr. W. r
! StatcKtiile X. C. April 18th, 1870.
I All Editors of pajers published in
the 7th Congressional District, and oth
ers also, who have subscribers in said
District, are requested to copy, and call
attention to the above notice.
For the Watchman.
HEILIG'S MILL P. 0.
MliJ hDITOR : The rhihln.n f
have a post,office, Heilig's Mill, bv name.
It is in the region held by the 'tribe of
nbe of Kvan. ami of tli -!n.i run .if
vaioiiun, ne is very accommodating and
kind, and seems to be fully up to the
trade. He has a young woman of unblem
ished character for assistaut. Hence ev
erything about here iin order. But theu,
the Watchman sometimes does not come
to hand for t wo or three weeks in succes
n.. i- . . . v. w
sion. .uv who is to.b!amef How can it
get lost in a distance of ten miles ! Thev
say the same is the luck of other papers
directed to the same office. Now Mr. Ed
itor, could von hot whisoer in ITn.T .....
- 1 . v. K!t 111 B
ear, and have him apioint a committee of
imesugauou, to see where those ti nant
docuinents sojourn during their absence ?
This is a matter of interest to. the press
jio pri) is iu me jwor cioti Knocker.
; ' Sit Lrx.
We request; Purfiiend, the Postmaster
at China Grove, to give a little special at
tention to this Subject and report to us any
hindrance he may detect. Our packages
to go by the niail from China (Jrove ria
Ileilig's Mill, are mailed here every Thurs
day evening, and ought to go forward in
Jievy Nichols, a well-known Wall
street broker, was found 1 p:lil in did lv1
at the St. Cloud Hotel, New York,' Satur-
iunuug, uavmg committed suicide
by taklUS chloroform. Ho wna cb.,,.
stocks and otherwise financially einbar-
tilfJ.'St-U. . !
The State Debt Proposition Aocept-
KD-JCUY IX THE. PoiXDEJfTER CASE
KlCIIMOXD. April 21. .Tho Mnn.il r
foreign bond holders.h rough their New
York agents, have uotitted Qoy. Holiday
of their acceptance of the plan of ett le
nient oi tho VI ruin ia debt as imivideil in
Itownn. It stands south of Second Creekv i I "Uf "'f8 "lcn. auu, distinguished cit
near Organ Church, wJoU b7 Iwl occasion; to y sit Lexington
way of Alliemarlp. Ac LS "e;vas a man of nnexcellcmcics honor
name is Uriah, snrnamed M IKrf the SViP11 wUS caeo'$ anJ m,lary
ribeof Kowaiii a,ul of i, IZLr h.18 I,,e. He was a good tyixof the chrisi
the bill recently passed by the,GeueraHb.iu plntiff against said defendant forthe
. .j . win uo armnireu
in a lew days.
A jury has been obtainwl to-day in the
I omdexter murder trial from the venire
men brought fi
t'l'pKRDUrir. The inrvia rnninmMl i.fct-
JM'lJJ T.-.Cl CItV. (
fl wv m . ... I. i . . m .. . - -
l'arsnant to n calL n, nnmWr of fluit.
izense of Salisbury met nt the. Court
house last Friday night?. April leth the
purjoso being to nominato a nior SatiJ
eiirhteoinmiasiontirju vi'uiv th
election ta be held ou the first Monday in
May uexr. vi-.,. ; v .j .
On motion. J. S. I lender Ann n-naVnllAtl
to the Chair and C. IL Brnner requested
to nci as secretary. .
. 1 he names! of Kerr Craige
Holmes, J. dJ Stewart and P. N.I
were nlaced in uoininntion fur muvnr
On the first ballot Mr. Stewart received
32 votes, Mr. Heilig 24, Mr. Crai-e 16,
Mr. Holmes 8. Second ballots : Stewart
42, Heilig 29, Chraiger 23, Holmes 2; i Mr.
j. t . iioss iiieii winmrew air- Hfniic'n
name, and the third ballot fttood, Craigo
di, Stewart 44, tioimes i, hieing I.) j
ir. Craice liavinir received a Tnaioritv
of all the votes, cast, was declared the
Democratic nominee for mayor. ; s j I
The following eominiaaifiiifrit vm tlin
Tf " -
tiominated by their respective wards and
tneir action raxineu uy the meeting at
large : I
Nortb Wai-il D. A. Atwell, T. H.
derfoi-d. , ; ,-.
South Wnrd John Y. Burlier,
F. Klnttz. I
East Ward Wm. Smitlideal,
Smith. ---'I-- ' .n
West Ward P. A. Frerck, J. wj
nev. l; .
Theo. F. Klnttz offeml the following,
which was citrrietl : ' - -
Jteaolvedy That ou the day of election
a separate box lie opened in which all
nuahtied voters shall vote written or
printed ballots, inscribed Hog Law or
io trog iaw ; and that the commissioners
carry out the will of the majority n thus
expressed. ! r-
On motion, the the thanks of the meet
ing weix tendered the Chairman atid Sec
retarv for their Rervieen. " I
On motion: the Secretary avjih rennpstwl
to furnish a Jcopy of the proceedings to
tne low n papers tor publication. ;
The meeting then ndjourued. J
J. S. Hexdeusox,
C. H. Bri nek, Chairman.
Secretary. 1 ,
The OfESTIOX. Shall tho lnaiilent
control the elections, or shall the ballot
be freef That is the one question: now at
issue ; and a great one it is. It is a ques
tion "of realities and nrineinlpsL" 'rin
- . i i -
fact now stands consnieiionslv IwVfnr t.lm
electors of the Unittnl States, that whilst
tho Democrats in (!oiiresH urn eiwlpjivnr.
ing to protect the rights of freemen, and
give them a full guarantee that they shall
have the privilege to vote once! and for
whom they please that the ballot-box
shall be free, and that no bayonets shall
hedge it around, the Republicans, on the
other hand, are resisting the attempts to
their utmost, jmd are the advocates of a
system that originated in wrong, and
has been pursued in vindicti venes.
Theie is a great and manifest .distinc
tion and difference in the spirit that ani
mates and the principles that control the
two parties! at this time. They are as
unlike as life and death, light and dark
ness, liberty and tyranny, justice and op
pression. ! , j
"The Democratic doctrine is; that the
powers of the Frderal Government are
those confered upon it by the Constitu
tion, and none other. The Hepnblicaii
party has denounced this doctrine for
years, declaring that the Federal iHiwers
aieeuch as the (lovemmciit sees tit to
arrogate to itself.n Wilmingtot Star.
I he "Baby's best Friend" is ! the most
appropriate title of Dr. Bull' Usibv Swim
It is absolutely free fronrOpium, Morphia,
and other iiKiwerful
siife and reliable under all circumstances
and by allayiug the usual Stomach and
Bowel Disorder of babyhood keeps tlie
ciiiiu irom ii-etting anu crying! so iniuii
ous to itself and annoying to all. Fi ice
25 cents. '
The 20th ok May Oka-tor Ifon. Vm
M. Bobbins, ex-member of Congress from
tne seventh district, resuleut iu Suites
ville, luis accepted the invitation to de-
nver toe annual address on the occasion
of the 20th of May celebration. Thei
selection of Mr. Bobbins is an excellent;
one in all respects. Charlotte phserver.
j DEATH 1
Mrs Louisa Hearne. reliet nf thi atn F.lwin
Hearne, Esq, of Albemarle, died at her homo
m that village, April 18th. Obituary in our'
M a b r v-t-We regret to learn also, that Mij
J P 3Iabry, of Lexington, departed this lift!
Wednesday morning, 1 o'clock. Few men
in private life was so extensively known. S
For many years he kept the principal Hotel
iu iexingion, ana in nts capacity of land4
lord, gained the acquaintanceship of all th(l
nan centleman. hrcrhtv tatfmA r u i.!a
neighbors and acouaintances. and rrrontM
reverenced by his family Aged 82 years.
. J ' o J
HO BETTER OPPORTUNITY!
A T1Lre ODDOrtunltV fnr a n advantaiMoiia MAnnii
Ule buslaeiH la STAi ESVljLLK, Is oBered to a puiu
Luaatri ui a uuuieu MH!K U( Wf 11 aSSOTM-a UOUOS, Oft
! EASY TERMS, 1
and one of the best lncntinn in fh nln
at a low rent ;nd a comfortable residence
if desired, near the Schools, Churches; and
business in the place, likew ise at a low rent
Offered because the present proprietor is en
gaged in other pursuits and has no time to
1 .a a ! . . :
aitemi to tins branch ot business. For fuc
t her information-inquire at . j I
Watciimax Office i
April 35, 1879 j 27:9t j
Davidson County, j Fall Trrni, 1879,
T. C Ingram, Ptff.
John C. Bautisou, Win. Stock
ham and N. S. Higginn, The
Christian Gold Mining! Compa
ny, operatinz under the name
and style of Kaussuii, Stockham
& tliggins, LM.
In this case, it appeiring by affidavit, (hat
the defendants. John , C. Ra
Stockham and N. 3 Higin. are non-residentx
oi i oiaie, er Keen UieiijuJvea so concealed
therein a to avoid the qnlinry pfqcemof law
upon them, it is tlurefore ordered tfmt a pub
lication be made fur x consecutive weekn in
the "Carolina Ujitchman," ! a newpaper pub
imneu in; uieiownoi Salisbury, XS.U-, notifying
said defendanU to appear at the net Snperior
Court to be held for the County of Davidson,
at the Court 11 ohm in Lexington, nn lt f.J.
- - f. - - ...
day in September. 1879. and nlnd ...... .
Il.inil I I . mi. m At n n a I I . . I '
Mw. ...... ...ni niiiiyu wiuuicucm ut anacnment
repuvery: of Six llunlred and ' Seventj-fon
Dqliar ind six centa fcr InniWr, proviaiou
and merphadlse fnrniKhed uid Company dii
id 1R70 kf iiiilirmi.nl
be taken an confessed
XL F. 'Lfl WRIT'S p j
I By K.llEXfn
Xltxm, 4ty for l!irr to-wi
la thtsDeDartmeiUwecanaxbibit Mip mo
desireable Fabrics and colorlnsrsL adanted to
thli market, such as
Blick and Colored Summer Silk
Egyptian Cloth, Satine Royal Bro-
caaes ,1 crvaoo Ratine ' Suitings, Mel
ange jilk, Bentley's Cloth, E von Cus
tom Crlotli, Silk Brocaded Gienadincs,
, 1 l j ,(andjjap. Silks, T , ;
Black Cashmeres of the "very best
makes ; Black all wool Delaines. Tamtse.
Tamertlne; Australian Crepes and oth- ; .
er mourning goods. Knlkvrboek-,.,
Bliick and colored Bunting: and iriany other
desirable Dram Goods, i, ,, . ... ,i .
Oiir Stock of these must lie seen to
be appreciated.. ,
I In this line we can loast the great-
est variety of Novelties
Plain, Bordered, Ilem-Stitehed,
White" and Colored.from 5c to 7oc each !
Dii-i ' ' - . j K j
CLOTH DEPARTMENT J F
ll-iVTicmip iir; ivfwt
dill. T) l i. T . m lr
8ilk Basket Broche Cloth, i your
for Ladies and Children Sac ks nnd !
' ' I J
liooriJepaniieiif eriji ririi ti II If I) I II 9
Dalmans; the.se we offer at half MTHJIIFDV I MTT.T.TMFDV I MTT T TIIFDV f i'
the cost, of production. ! wujuuijju l ; iiiiJJUUIUlll : illlililLLlllllll I : R
Ilanusomest Goods ever produced :
Carpets in an endless variety of
I ; j AT AIJ. PKICiiS.
lings flattings, Crumb-Cloths, &e.
NO DOURT OF IT, AT ALL. THE
PRICES WE ARE ASKING F01J
OUli E LEG A XI STOCK OF NEW
aoons, is' kak -below' for.
MEU Pit ICES
ALL WE ASK, IS TO HAVE
YOU CALL AND SEE FOR
if - ROSS & GREENFIELD.
; i . . . j . . -
April 22d, 167!). , '
Important to the Farmers.
Tho "Ska Fowl' Glaxo reduced in
price to 450 lbs of Middling Cotton per
ton Farmers desiring a first class arti
cle cau now procure the well known "Sea
Fowl of j J, D. Gaskill, Agent,
t i . Salisbury, N. C.
XTBW TAILOR SHOP.
i JA. Btocktox, Jr. has opened a Clean
ing and Repiiii ing Shop in tho old Main
BioM Houe corner. He has had experience
in his line, and will serve the public at
low prices. Call and seo him.
Call and examine my work. All pictnres
arc ."gnarn'n teed to gi ye satisfaction. Chil
dren should be brought to the Gallery in
the morning. Feneotypes, two for 50c.
and Gems for fifty cents.
:10:3m :: C. W. C. WOOLWINE.
A Special Offer to the Headers of
... , ;' this Paper.
$7.00 TOR 63 CENTS.
The American Diamond Dictlnnarv mnk
taininc 30.000 6rd. ofthosrranhv.
elation a ml definitianji nrrHirHInrr tin tlM
.' "" W "IV TPfc
EngliHh and American: Lexicoraphern, illns
int J !tk ..... -rt( ..: .
the wants of the M-lutl'ir ami t tlutnunmiin. ;
- . - . r . . . . . v.
jaw what a plin learnetl- person neeiht. It i
Contain 700 double column luges. Superbly -hound
in cloth and eilt. Tv
some.; Stnl frtp u any reader of tlij paper f
updn repept of 63 centu, to pay actual portage '
r . . gu-ni
lortlltljrday pnly, and u mde sof Jjr for tbe i
pnrpoae, of, introduction. put .two dicli6n- !
aries will be aeot 16 oie addresi. Tliia intuari i
' t-'-f-5-'-v-".R'D -, ."f"" VMW tn swiu
but oncef , Order now? Send silver currencv,
mm ?l AAnl rn I M . . ' - " 'A J t '
;or accent? postage statu.- Address at once
Rational JSooC UumfMHv; Uockla tuf, 3 la u
Sob?erile for the. Watchman only $,
iu i it ij i u ii ujii;
We have long felt that Charlotte can, and
ought to be, not only the Wholesale, but also the
Retail Market for the greater portion of the Car
olinas, and believing that the public generally,
and the Ladies especially, will fully appreciate an
establishment. where they may at all times find
an assortment of all cpods. at such
will justify, no only persous from the
uiaie vicinity, UUl irom a distance ill coming to ! superior m icxiure anu wear, i .
Charlotte to make1 their purchases: T.JSff
, . 1 . ! LINEN LAWNS -
We nave made the experiment of purchasing Challenge their equal in this (market.
a Stock so complete as to! include all tlierz T -
LATEST NOVELTIES in every line of
the inspection of which we beg to invite
To those who cannot find it convenient to
come to Charlotte, we will at all times be pleas
ed to send samples aud quotations of Prices.
You will herein find a synopsis of our vari
We present this season to the Trade as well as the
consumer an elegant assortment of Fine Black, Blue
. and Drown Cloth and Diagonal Suits, Drub do Tne,
Middlesex Flannels sind Harrison I Cassimtnes ; White
j Vests, Alpaca Coats, Linen Suits, Dusters, in as nice
; goods, and at as low prices as cuu be found anywhere. 1
GENTLEMEN'S i iui ,ss, i, ., xp, to,
! & 50c per yard. I I !
U R N I S H I N a GOQDS; - I n ,
BBPABTusks ;Domestic Dry GoodsJ
1 O. . 1 .
irewveu opecmi attention and deserves,
l'his Department we have iriven our imt:
attention, and believe it comulete wit-h th lntoet
; i isian Novelties, including all the New Shapes in , OOO Pecies 4-i Bleached Musiin-aii
, Hats (together with the. finest trimmings, Artificial j the most popular makes.
Feathers, Onianients. Black Knirlisli f'lf.iw iis,i ,i i
' Fancy Bibbons of every conceivable shade and color.)
Leghorn Flats, Chip, Canton, Milan and . trimmed
Sailor and School Hats, at the lowest prices.
! 1,(KK) Ladies Silk Embroidered, Chenelle and Lawn
.Scarfs at half price. Call and examine for vour-
w-'lven. Very respectfully,
I Corrected by J. M.. Kxox & Co.
April 17 1 S7!.
U.vcox, county, hog round
CutcKENS -per doxs
i Mbal moderate demand at
iikat goou aemanu at
Fi.ouu best fain.
Onions no demand
H a v
Apples, dried --
Fersunded from my lioine in Stanly county,
by one Bob Carter, on Monday the 1 4th day
of April, 1879, myLaon Kufus liarria, who ia 18
yearn of age. I ask all good citizens to aid me
in ascertain hia whereabout, by dropping me
a postal card or letter to Albemarle, N. C, o
lh.it I may come and gel him. I will p.iy all
expene, and reward niv inllirmant.
"Pieilmont lfss" and "Winston Sentiner'
please copy one time.
Aril 21. 1879.1 Albemarle, N. C.
GEORGE A. CLARK,
SOLE AO EXT,
i 400 ?B0ADWAY NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool cotton are
that tt in made from the very finest
sea island; cotton.
It Is finished soft as the cotton from which tt la
made; It Has no waxing or artificial rtnlhh to deceive
uu-.,u, sinooineHt ami most
el8Uc sewtn threid In tne market: for machine
ormiuji 11, uusuii ruai; it in wound on
.. WHITE SPOOLS.
. The Black, la the most perfect
NEW ANILINE PE0CE3S
rendertns them ao perfect and brtmant that Uppsj.
makers everywhere asethem inuiri n o4.";T
iui-rn.erer) WDfre USetHem Instead Of SewlntrRllira
t W iQJite comparison and reapectfully ask "ladiei
Mrinritv!fJLtln1H,1?nTlQce themselves of its
'h h hnrt t irhnit..ii .. ...n
tb be had at wholesale and' retail from
" ",,..TO '' o 1. I. GASKILL
25:6m. Salisbury N. C.
nuiii ir 1 ' .
.4i, aiiui it. 1 u ori gases .
White Goois Departmeit
' In this department -we have every
conceivable iaDric. . ,
BISHOP and VICTORIA
JONES SOFT AND FINISHED
CAMBRICS, K AINSOOJiS, t ;
Both sheer and heavy. Piques in a
very great variety of of 6tiles
-- 1 and' pricesti' .rrrU's.: -.:
We beg to call special "attention
to the new fabric in white goods,
-T.F. VOV TIP. SYRP. n
inime - La ods similar to Victoria i.dWn,but
goods, j MOSiery aUU tlipVeS.
In endless Styles and Qualities. . .,.
See our handsome Silk Mitts.
We have an immense variety at a
J f ULU MJ
low cost, and offer, them exceedingly?
C heap. Lver- lady should have one,
even in mid Summer for evening ser
25 Pieces of the most Nhvel and
Beautiful Designs, 12$, jl3, 18, 20, 23,
10-5 Bleached and Brown !
Y. Mills, Utica, Lowell, Wamsuttajj
White Dress, are
exceedingly low, arid
R. FRANK GRAHAM,
C'OKNKij ok MAIN AND FlSIIKti STUKKTS. :
SALISBURY, N. C.
Ilavin-j piirehaaeil G. M. IJ iis' !lire Sun k
of Grcv rit-s and added it to my ownf, I i.ow if
fer to my forint-r friends and patrons, --and the
general public - j
A Complete and Full Line of
All Fresh and of Pirst Quality :
ALSO IN- j j
Excellent Assortment of Confectionery;
B?Am. low Dowx For Cash.,.J :
lluve on hands a small remnant of Dry
GomU, which is offered at and below cost i"
NVill also sell one New Fairbankk' Scales, 2
Pairs Counter Scales, One or two Shov;cases,
and one eood Writiny Dtsk. Anv iMrnn
needing any of the nbove store furniture, wiiM
nnu ii io ineir auvantae to call soUi..
Will exchange Koodn for Country Proilnce,
allowing the Highest Cash Prices fur the same-
Call in and get Bargains.
Chjw Jackson's Beat S -oct Xaj-y Tobacdc
USE THIS BRAND.
BEST IN THE WORLD,
And letter than any Saleratns,
One teaspoonfnl of tliisi Sod.-v nseil with
Hour milk equals Four teasjIoonsfuU
of the liest Baking Powdef, sav- !
inlTweuty Times it tost.
See packajce for valuable I
Information. j I .
If the teaspoonfnl ig too largtj and docs
nor. produce goort result nt first !
. use less aftcrwardsj
Jan. 30: Gm. i-
ReaD! ReaD!! Rl
EAD HEAT)!! llPan, ,,
V V i i
Trv. anl be ranvinrwl Tti 1 1 :...'!"
Lneaper, Better and more convenient to use
- n.. .1. 1 .. n r . . L
naritirj a jinsson s tnirrprue Pore
td folffe," j
which thousands of families are now min e:
clusively. 01! on your Orocerl snd fry a
package of Barklev & Hasson's Enter
prise Roasted Coffee, where b-ou wili eet
watiKfaction or your money rcfundM !
For sale by All Groce anMnfi.ct,,
1 25;2tn Balliiore, Md.
BONDS J J
Tomake Title Ui hul. aml iJiWr
3feclianics Liens, for sale at tliis Office
I The typej preaa and fixture or iW il
pcord (at Lexington, N, C.) ire foru
r or pariicuiara, aaureaa , ..:fnr:
JAMES M. GRAY"
j wuaaBuor at Lav H
j Office in the Court Hon lorE.
tt) Sqnire HnnShtor,. Will prtiS
ine vnri tne jtate.-vrf -..-, , ''"an
'' ii:? Sjil'-
OM OP connected with Brown Verbis i!.K
sunnf! at font. .All Rhnrinv nn ntH.i w Ur
clplea and w A RRANTEO.' All kinds Uart,pi
promptly-done, - 4 Tt
w - B w n.t try. .1 ."M l.'n THi- . '
THAT WELL , KNOWH FERTILIZER CF
ruunittn ifcAKS- sTANOiKGt
Bich in ! Anmbaia & Ph6jphorift4ci
The JiMl.-;VrtWirrli' -e
AIORK EXTEXSI VKLY USED filn: '
And Particularly Adapted h
THE COTTON CEOP. j
Also 'Pncific' fiminb 'Pa's 'WtV
ACID PHOSPHATE OF Lllr
So well ami favorably known hiN.liiroU
KjH.ii fijuir aopiirauon ut tne Wloti,
Jno. allex Bkowx,
L. C. Hanks.
C G. MOSTGOMEKY.
W. A. Lcckeyj
C. A. Carlton.
StOUGH & SlX)AN,
Jno. S. Beese & Co..
No 17 Gex'i. Agkxts, Baltimore, 314
SIHOHTON FEMALE COLLI
Statesville. N. Cfff; '
The next aession5 opens Aifgnst 2Sf STJ,
Board, and tuit
sion of twenty weeka. Catalogue andtiitulif
with full particulars on application. t
Address. Mrs. E. if. dllAXT. :
34:ly Prmcinl J
DON'T BE SWINDLES
out of - -'I,
A BALE OF Cd
WHEN ' f
ps i'-.-U Ha
- will sell you one ton of
For- 200 l&s. CoUsh;
PA7ABL23 XIX UOVZTXttl
It is the best in use. Easy fo ra'PP
Hequires no cotton seed. nter-aUtt'S!
No charge for n-cipetr rigjit tu uijel,.
to any $50 ruaiu. 'Has been tested
Call aud yet particulars arid wt teitiawf1
Don't be humbugged by cheap iniattjoDi .j
Vou can jacet the geniiinej oily froni
. . ,fTJI EQ.-.F. KLVTTtp$$.!
No2'0:ly ; .sole Ajnt for Bi
' ' . " ' - ' - i -a r:fi . i
. Having' purchased . be U J
Stable on Lee street and peg
all neccssarr arrarigementt ? 1
rtingon the business IB
nlete nnd satisfactory iniBi,.
public are rolidtedJto give .tj k I
are prepared to anorti j j,. i -
All usual Accommodati
nnrl will tin cr nt tliP most Diodcrate f,
psib)e. J5TDR0VEKS are iw'
give W a. call. Day visJlorsican
stocit caret ul iv -attendeti-to au.'-v-.
er attention shewn them.: The stW
suvt. 11 inriu.
ants are xperienccil and .caren" ,t?
Horses boardetf ly tlic day, eek
year. Call and try us. .."'..-.(
. . -.-- -T aw Mjr ?
E., H. MARSH'S
Ilaring my Foundry in
prepared to do all kindol "slt,'g,'i1(jJ.?r
Iron or Brass. All kinds of EncMH
orK none wmi nnnan' : .: - W11
Agricultural and Mining MacluDf. jf
Sash, Blinds snd, Doors. Sa.li, W if
uunioer. maKe an hiimib v r
sizes or monldmcs, Kept co""1"!
A stock of Lnrnher al ways onl
ni JKHnort nciice , i) ' . v
.i ... 1 . .. .'
A 16 Horse Portable EnffiB 4
for sate, at mr shops. ! . ' -
- - "
SolnblR Pamflr, rTiifiiinr
. 1 -
NOW 1$ rTIf E -TIM E TO SlIBSCHlilE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
Work guaranteed, and ai PlY ia.
1 111 e si
Tiriqns tler blanks for sale hrp ' ,