he n-ferml t!ie mornhig hours for hw lit
erary task. He said that he did not;,that
hVcoaUlwork letter evenings and f as, in
fact, a late riser. - I got enough of early
1 .1.. in m votihtrer days. he
rising ." . . :
added. The manual lalor of writing "was,
...-i.-,! iUrspful to him. and he!
lie ilium nvt ,
soughV. relief in dictation, altftongn mat
thoughts come faster than the pen of lia
amanuensis ould secure them. 1 he only
person who could ever write fast enough
for me," belaid, "was my chief clerk when
i I was Secretary of War. He disliked com-
position and I equally disliked writing.
f WeSvere, therefore, thecomplimenUofeach
j other;" f The little library in the pavilion
is arranged , very conveniently. A, gallery
jjmidway 'up the shelves makes it easy, by
means of a step-ladder, to handle Woks on
0. topmost shelves.. .The' large library
n j which Mr. Davis jessed betoretiie. war
t j was dispersed, the booKs in many cases ue-
lag scattered through the woods. All oi
;his present collectionre newly -acquired,
rjfJe lower shelves areladenSpftliithe Wl
r yrt$Unal QUAean imperfect setMr. Davis
, ; remarked- and tue. -American Arcnives.
Above-are biographies in great number and
political Histories, nana uooKs,.tSC. Jany
Jn the afternoon lunch was served in the
little library. While we ate Mr. 4 Davis
talked pleasantly of men and events' in by
gone days. He has "that rare cheerfulness
of humor which communicates itself to his
tinged witn mtterncssr ite seems to uiscuss
i !.!!!. 1 I. '-tl. -..I.!!
micirom uiu .urcuer xieii
inions. wh. earnestly eg the
doetrme sof State rights Without the
oiaiea lucre cuuiu. ue sum, m; uu uhiuii,
. i v, , i' ' '
, i n 'I In fsil unit rvit IrnFn . All n1P cnffitit
; ! Regarding certain matters which were
discussed inthe course of the day, I am
:i.u lu ,a. "ui V V
. .,, . ,
w - HuiiiiurH. mu nan ursiuis m uuicitv Mint i , i .1 1 . ...
F-i ... JlXA iasa,as ipeycananHyj ltll
I ! ?urn. uu M. foisehooU,while heja correcting one, .
B . ini? current Dolitics 1 am not at UDertv. to j 2'i':t i"''Ll'Liyr-. i
I 1 i y, a, . "").;iv(' aggenuioj. aim tmisreprcscnyion us more
repeat. But I may say that none of Mr.: xfa&4kit hofthWdailies 'tan' teh:
k- ; T . e.- .TvkJ "V . ' ing tneimpic truth. t" "
lormiaauie dimensions, lie said ne uiah.., . t..,.- , T,
ia,;, - A , . . dogs and .terribly fierce. He was preparing
I T it" -y " r. . W7: ::.
; ioe movement, nor did ne tninn it a tnmng
i. ,r r. , ,
easiiy led. Those who have gone to Kan-
sas will probably return, if they have the
means; others think they will remain only
. to die in that cold country. Some of his
negro laborers on his Mississippi River plan
- tation went to Kansas, in the outset of the
"exodus." They had asked his opinion of
. Kansas, and he had told them of its rigor-i-ous
climate, but had said to them, if they
felt it to be for their best good to leave, to
go rather to a warmer, region.
Mr. Davis said that there was a great
deal of excellent land in Mississippi belon
ging to the Slate and General Government,
Which the negroes might buy very cheaply.
He believes that, apart fromthewhite man.
1 the negro will cease to thrive, and will re-
; lapse into barbarism: Tbe races need each
I . otherj .'.'Mr. Davis remarked that it was im-
possible for a man who had been reared
apartlfrora the negro to have that same af-
fection for him as is felt bv Southern men.
I who hae in childhood been nursed bv nc-
i? gfoes, oeen tne playmates oi negroes anq I
grown up with them. ... -
h.' On Mr. Davis's estate are pomesranate.
citron and orange, and fig trees, their con-
dition sufficiently testifying toThc geniality
of the climate.
! the people of the region all look healthy
ana even rugged. The gulf affords an in-
exhaustible supply offish and there are cx-
1 .j -1 - .
i cellent oysters in profusion.
One wordof the master of the estate at
I Beau voir before I close.
Mr. Davis, althousrh
I fond him temnnmrilv fnrliartneo1 lino
1 gopp general health. lie takes a "constitu-
tionar on horseback daily and is a good
J pedestriaiL. 'He teld mc that since he had
f left his plantation on the Mississippi and
Come to the coast his health had improved.
When he was in Congress he spent his win-
i! ters in Washington and his summers on the
yer. l He thus reversed , the true sanitary
ruleand malaria attacked his systemr His
sojourn in Canada benefited him greatly.
ill Oavis believes the necro alone to be
hot ilimate. The nesro thrives amid m
ma and in swamps. Mepfiitic gases that
would kill a white maq do not harm the ne
gro. When the negro sleeps he pulls, the
bed-clothes over his head, and all night
breathes gases which would render a white
man sick, if not insensible. .
I noticed tho kindly manner in which
Mr. Davis addressed his black servants.
They show in their physique and drtstho
care of 'k kind and liberal master, and.- the
q of that region tellme thathc ismuch
beloved and venerated by his servants.
pEKIOR EXAMIJTATIOX AT. UaVIDSOX
Collegf. The final examination of ithe
' a- aviason college closed
on Friday, May 23d. The announcement
of thf relative standing of the members of
the class was made on MoudayMay 26th.
i he hrsfc uutiuction with the valedictory
was assigned to F P Kamsay, of Alaba
ma ; the second distinction salutatory, to
R 1 Keid, of South Carolina ; the third
- ij",""v"vut mjw mc x'uiiosopuicai ora
'JUbn, jtoD-A McGregor, of North Caroli-r:ua.-Cmr.
Ob. - -
j AH Jfth'cs arc diminutive Cassars, since they
jcome, thy see, they conquor, sometimes by
f Itheir gentle stillness but oftener by continu--al
uproarious crymg induced by Colic, teeth
ing, flatulence, etc. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
ly its' gentle yet specific influences quiets the
little innes without ever producing the least
injurious effect. Price 25 cts a bottle
j . - p-:;": i . , , . . ,
I "WAsnixcTox, -May" 27. The legisla
tive bill reached the President yester
day. The veto will be sent to the House
i ADJtlURXMEXT JUNK IOtH.
' 2 The ways and means committee to-day
pgrvnl t i-ejMirt, Wood' resoliitfon fix
ing the date.iif , adjournment for Jnc
10th. ! : y -
TIIURSDAV MAY 29, lro.i
! JW)GESCHEXCK i
ttomnTi sn wnerallv k favorit
wherever Ire presides, has been holding our
jj-""- i o : ;
superior Court for nearly two weeks. We
are very glad to be able to say, that in the
discharge of his duties, he has given urn
rcrSaj 'satisfaction.-Indeed, we are remin
ded of the old times, when to be a Superior
Jcpurt Judge in North Carolina was an lion
0J anj jj jjjgh 0ne too, when we see the
manilpr of Judge Sclienck, in his S adminis-
trntion of the law.' Courteous to all,, he i
an1 deckfed kVa Caldwell lor Saan
dckTKotW moment Of Ihe i public time is
jo 0r uselessly expended in hearing friYa-
iOUaectio of oopnseb;; -
We are informed tba$ his court
th countT ies than any held here since the
war"rhe Grand Jury was discharge
eral davs earlier than usual, and ' th
Qtiset ihnf ItenV'of no liftle importance.
ehave been prompted to say this much
of jadse Scbenek. because he deserves it as
a faithful public, servant, f
Our contemporary of , the Hillsboro Re
corder, has undertaken to correct. the. false
reports put in circulation "by the northern
dailies concerning the execution--: of ' the
CliapeJiHiH robbers. It is' a very 'difficult
.4 York Obrv ofhp wtW
; " ' -:"
very, amusing,story of ajoung.: man the
Jn iC0Bnionwith one of the lead,
dallies ws to write up exaggera-
jl., m , ti"
tions; and the fellow by way of explaining
I A O
his business more fully, oien6d one of the
papers he had in his hand, and shewed
what he had got up about the rata, or Ja
pan.: Said he didn't know whether there
wereanyratsatll in'thit country,but he
had : described them as about the size of
a '"es of articles on the cockroaches of
' , , , ,r . , ,
China, and asked f Mr. - Prune if he knew
anything about them.
Our venerable friend of the Recorder will
no doubt visit Beaufort on the 16th proximo,
and we admonish him to reserve himself
for something worth while: It has been a
long time since the sandfiddlers were well
written up, and we feel sure it would be
pleasanter and more profitable job than the
one in hand.
They went on joyful for about 100; yards
when thje heart of the intended bride foiled
her, and the, bridegroom conducted her
back to herlather's house. After many en-
treat,s he,prevailed, and they setou again
Ior I,,e J- r-.; out wnen about 50 yards on
the oad the bride's heart failed again, and
.cR f he w!d': ' A?er 80m time BR?nt l.
'remonstrance? and coaxings the bridegroom
nt h try it once more, and this time
8ne b5ke down ten stePs from her father's
door Back sne went declaring she would
not 6?- mrried to-day. The bridegroom
ov" "l,MJr v. uemaaueu sunary
presents he had made her for the occasion,
ancI tak,ng these emblems of what was to
be tne haPPie8t day of his life fie i went off
to a "Jstillery, and was cursing his luck in
heavy draughts of whiskey In the midst
ni3 carousal messengers af4ved informing
",lu "r1 ine onue " relented and would
now go. lie returned with the. wedding
nxmgs the bride put them on again- and
this time went through, and it is said thev
arenowhappy The Asheville Citizen gives
this as a true! mountain story.
Akothku Robbkb BasdJ The crowd
whidi attended the, hanging of three of the
iisiior roooer uanu, have barely; had
time to' return to' i heir homes when the
Charlotte OUerrer announces the discovery
of another band at Statesville, and names.
as memliers of it, two young white , men of
respectable parentage one of them a native
of Iredell county, and one or two negroes.
One of the white men has been 'arrested and
is in jail. The other escaped. ' ' ::
Still another robber band has come to
light within the last week, this time at
MurfrcboroVTcnn.; and likeTthesc ia our
own State, composed of white men and ne
groes." ' 'wj- -
A corresiwndcrit of the Raleigh Observer
of thelith instant, in a well conceivedi ar
ticle, by contrasting the educational, fadli-
Pf the pre? time with those of thirty
J T "6" fIJ" wnereas as then, w had
but;oneftnstituKon (thfe State Uhlrersitv)
WhyNhename ofaconeie now have
Wake Forest, Trinity, and Davidson. C.
College, at Mt. Pleasant, b also worthy ,bf
mention as indicating the advancement of
vuut"1' interests in the State. David
son has undoubtedly gaincd-a reputation
which places her in th ft
, .. auu, iiju
correspondent alluded to, takes pains to
ouow misiact. . - . . . : ,
To the exclusion of several contributi
on the prohibition' questiori,ow become
unwelcome reading to the general public
we present, at the earliest opportunity Gov
ance's first speech in the U. S. Senate.
The numerous friends of the Governor liave
confidently cxpectcd that whenever he at
tempted to speak he would have soraethino
worth saying, and say it in manner credT
tableto; himself and tbe State. They Will
not be disappointed in reading the sieech
"v pcapui lotnis paper.
Dr. J. II. Mearea, of Phllkdelphla is
now successfully1 working the refractory
enlphnretie gold ores (so common in thia
State) at a gold mine in Cabarrus coun
ty, by a patented process. If Ida in ven
tion is worth anything it is" worth mil
lions,. for it has hitherto proved impossi
ble t o cxt ract more than nbont 50 per
cent of the gold in the ores of .'this Viias.
THE ELECTION V J
L On the Prohibition of tlie'liqnor tnifUc
in the townships petitioning for it, taktU
place on Tlmrsday, Tthe 5tn ,fdnne. ;
The prohibition i a projwr subject for
the action of Uie peoile. If they believe
the traffic ia an evil which ought to be
abated, it ia conceded on all bunda that
they have the right to put tt down. The
caunot prevent men from drinking Hqnofi
It is not expected that the suppression of
the traffic will accomplish th in entirely!
but the prohibition of the traffic will nj-i
move it from public view, iwill take it
from before the eyes of the y onug ami
put it nuder proscription as a dangerous,
deadly evil, and relievo the couscieneieH
of citizen's, who feel that they r are rtv
sponsible for the public sauct ion given
the license system. It la undeniably a
a' heavy tax on the industry of the ' couni'
try, often imposing optiressive burdeui
w iiivu liiii- iiiubi ueiiviij u me iiiuustnous
and orderly part of the people J ' If they
are unwilling to bear tliese bimleus niii
longer (haying liorue them all their lives)
they have a right to throw them off, and
we shall bo glad to see thera do it.
The latest mule 6tory is remarkable : . a
mam out in the gold digsring. of the Wes
had a spite against a mule at the mine, andj
loaded a can with nitro glycerine and set it
where he expected 1 the ' mule 'to find and!
klcVlt.' TeinuleMid find . tiie "can, "and
aftersmelling; of it, sq uared .himself to klckj
it. -But seeing- he man who set it out for?
him some hundred feet off. skulking and!
getting put of the wayi he changed his po-
sition, with bis tail towards him, and then'
let fly. The can hit the? man between his!
shoulders and exploded. I The mule1 went i
on grazing, but the malicious miner disap-j
peared in smoke and was never afterwards!
found even in scraps.
A njau named Walker! went over the
the Niagara fall on the 25th. It is said
of him that he had during his life (of 30
years) saved the lives of 10 or 12 iwraons
at the falls. On this occasion he was
drinking, and m he was prone to do
while in that condition, recklessly ven
tured out into the rapids 'above the falls
in a boat. But tfiia time' ho lost one of
lis oars, and with it his life. He cried
or help when he saw his danger but-was
beyond the reach of help. In a little
while he was dashed overt the falls.
Wm. Lloyd Garuisox, the great aboli
tionist, lietter knowu in slave time than
now, died in the city of XeW York, Satur
day night last, aged 74 years.
Mr. Hayes, in cutting off supplies
from the artny and the country, seems
to be guilty of red-handed treason.
Bait. Gazette, Dem. ,
-1 Corrected by J. M. fcKox a- Uo.i
Cottox firm Middlius
Bacon, county, hog round 1
Cqickens -per dozer.
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Floub best fam.
Osioxs no demand
And HorS3-Power: All comnlete and in
ood Order. For particulars apply to
JNO. B. KEit'NS,
or D. H. MAHALY,
32:4t Salisbury, N. C.
HAPPY HOWES !"
McSmith Music House,
CHARLOTTE, N. C,
; Branch of Ludden & Bates,
;-r-'i Li.' i K)i ' & :
OF ALL KINDS.
PIANOS from $125 tip to $1500.
ORGANS " 835 " fisno
Part Cash and Part Time
Very Low for All Cash.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue ; Price
List Fbee. )
The Best Made!
All Guaranteefl for Fifteen Years.
Sent ou 15 daj s' trial. We nav freight
both ways if no sale.
Call on, or address
. CHAHLOTTE, N. C.
O v .T4ivuuiaii uuiy
BUSINESS LOCAL COLUMN
1 BARGAINS ! Bargains ! 1 - Khavc
krge astortment of DOLL BABtE8 and Toy
llat lam offering at and beloW ITj-Y. Cost.
Secure these nnw and tote a henry -pet el. Alao
FAMILY GROCERlES.dnewad freh ttoci.
dd Confection aUeheaperthariAeeJieapetiU-Ltm
prices anaju-tt dan good is my tnouo. j Hive me a
tr mi, and btmlvjlai, , j i A. C. HARRIS.
Price's old stand, next door to Katloaal Hotel.
If PRESIDEXT HAYES cannot veto the
set that jd. BtTERBATll JlpTjhe
I he Best Stock of rancy Groceries, Cham
pagne Cider, French Candies (fresh every
week), Fruita in scast)u; Fiuestliueof Ha
vanna and Domestic Cigars iq town.
Ciill and see him. j' .' !.; ;i
; Important to' the Farmers. ,
,The "Ska Fowi Guano reduced in
price to 450 lba of 4 Middling Cotton; per
ton. r r ariners uemnnir u tirstt clas artt
cle can now procure the well knowu Sea
Fowl of J. D. Gaskill, Agent,,
; I ::r- ' ! iilislmiyiNiC.i'i
iPARSOrS SXUFP, I Still Increasing
in iavor. lry 11. t is mn ana pure, v.
praie by J. I. mask ILL. "'
(;; tiiti- I. ;ti i. -; i"'
Call and.exaniiiic my'work., Anbictiuea
arts guaranteed to give satisfaction. X7bil4
drcn should be brought to the Gallery iii
me morning.- ricture names, u
;i6:am , C. W. C. WOOMVINE.
'iTo -Samuel ''A'orris,! o- : resident lte-
Jendant: low teitl take notice that the fol-
lotting bummoug ttai been jttsiicd , ayainst
Davidson County In . Superior Court
r.;L:i . js..i. i . ii. . . i.
ii , Agaiuft
Sum raon for Rel i ef.
STATE OF NORTH' CAROLINA,
To the Slierifl'of R.indoli.h corinfv Greeting
j x ou are nereuj commanded tttwitrtnron fSatn
UelNorris, the djfendattt above nmed, if he he
found within your county, lobe and appear be
fore the Judge of our Superior court, at a court
to be held for the countyof Davidson nt the court
house in Lexington, on the 6th Monday after
he4th Monday of March, 1879, and answer the
complaint which will be deposited iu the office
of ihe clerk ofthe Superior court for said county
within the three first days of said Term, and let
the said defendant take notice that if he fail to
answer the said complaint within that time, the
PlaintiH'wiir apply to tie court for the relief
demanded in1 the complaint.
I Herein fail not. and of this summons mnVo
i j Given under my hand and the jm1 of sail
jcburt, thisthelTth dav of April, 1879. :
i l LVF. Lowe,
1 j Clerk of tne Superior Cotrtof Davl.laou Countr.
j j Ahdyoti will also take notice that at the nine
jllniea warrantor attachment wax iued against
your property for the -sum of two thousand
ound and interest thereon from March 22d,
3877, and due by your promissory note. Said
arrant of attachment i returnable at said
ejriu of the aforesaid court.wheit and where vou
Can appear, if you ihfak pnper.
! M! . C. F: Lowe,
! ; i ! Clerk Sunerlnr Court D.ivi.iiu
Jjf0. II. W klbors, Fiff's Atty. anmi
To Samuel Xorri, a non-resident, the de
fendant: Take notice that the foUnirinn sum-
wans nas oh tssuea ayantst yon :
i . . J . I 1 .
payid30Ti CountyIn Sapsrior Court.
Summons for Kclicf.
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA.
JTo the blicnffof Randolph County Orect
ihgj j You are hereby commnndcJ to sum
rjiOii Samuel N4rris the defends! t alxive
natned, if j he w founl within your
Comity, to be and appear before the Judge
(if biir Superior Court, at a Court to be heTd
for the County of Davidson at the Court
Hbue in Lexington on the Cth Monday
alterjthe 4th Monday of March, 1879, and
ahsvver the complaint which will bo deposi
ted: in the office ofthe Clerk of the Superi
or Court for said county, within the li first
dkysjof said term, and let the said defend
ant tkke notice that if he fail to answer the
siid tomplaint withiji that time, the nlam-
! tff will apply to the Court for the relief de-
niatuted in the complaint. Herein fail not.
id ot this summons make due return.
Giten under my hand and the seal of said
Court, this 17th, day of April, 1879.
h U. r 7 Lk) W JK, Ulerk Sup. Court
of Davidson County.
And you will also take notice, that at the
some time a Warrant'of Attachment was is
sued jajrainst your property in favor of said
plaintiff and against you for the sum of Sev
enteen Hundred and Fifty Dollars,' with in
terest thereon from 21st of October, 1878,
arid due by promisorv notes. Said warrant
of? attachment is returnable to the aforesaid
ternt of the aforesaid court, when and where
ydu can appear if you think proper.
H C. F. Lowe, (;. S. C.
ILrWelbrn, Davidson Cduntv.
I Ptff. Atty. 31:6w
QWTO SAVE MONEY!
you will not onlv save monev. but eet
t li Beat Lrooda made, i on will hind in hia
Well Selected Stock of Hardware, Mowers
l nrepners, anu bewing machinvs,
Striiw-Cntters & Coni-Sliellers,
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scvthes,
1 Ivws, Hoes, Mattocks and Picks, Shovels,
Spades and Forks, Glass, Paints, Oils, Putty,
an3 Varnish, Locks, . Hinges and Screws,
n,".o ro . tt i a iiiii c
aiookv" viv&rvui, Uiiuu aiiu win oaws,
Blacksmith & Carpenter
JJORSE AXI) MULE SHOES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Pateut Oil Cans.
Patent Fly-Fans and Traps.
BUGGIES, OPEN AND WITH TOPS.
Boggy-Harness, Harness Leather and
Mountings, Wagon and Htiggy Materials,
anil tiiany other articles too tedious to
o3, Hedrick VRowf-Xear National
Hqlel Main Street,
SAIilSBURY, JT. C.
puoi xr-i .
w - w:rtii.rttk0 - Li.nu enm i....
T wi4iua? iui ease iiciv
SHOSJ. POSTERS CO.,
- I DEALEK3 1
LIQU0E3, TOBACCO. & CIQAKS,
General Commission, llercliants, -
r ' ' WO. Hi BROAD 8TKKKT, 3 I 1 V
Liberal advances. Consignments' solici'ied.
BSi,t;elerencK. K. T. lloyt, J. Cllawlins.
R. FRANK! GRAHAM,
CORNER OF MAIX AKl FISHER STREETS,
SALISBURY, H..C. I -
riavin rMirt-hased Gl MBuis Kntire Stock
of Urocerin and added it to in v own I now of
fer to ny former friends and patrons,' and the
general public . j ....-r. -i,"
i ' Complete and Tnli Line of 5 V
f All Fresh aaxd of First auality : .
: : also ax - ;j- , j i'.:.
Excellent Assortment of Confectionery;
2T"Ali. Low Dovfx Fob Ca$i.3
liave on hauds a small remnant of Dry
GocmIs, winch is 'offered at and below cost
Will also xell one New Fairbanks' Scales. 2
I Pairs Counter Scales, One or two Showcases,
f artf: one fjo.! -Writing 'Desk?- Any person
needing any ofthe above store furniture, will
find U to their advantage to call soou. .
Will exchanfri' goods for Conntry i Produce,
allowing the lirgfiest Cash Prices for the same
Call in and get Bargains. 1
Chijw Jackson's Best Svrect Xavjif Tobacet
USJS THIS BRAND.
BEST IN THE WORLD,
And tetter than (any Status,
One teaspoonful of tins Soda used with
soul' milk rquals Four teaspoonsfuls
of the 1est Bakingi Powder, Rav
ing Twenty Ti tries its cost.
hce package for valuable
,lf the tcnspoonfnl is too lare antl does
'not produce gool restilta at tirst
use less afterwards.
Jan. 30: Cm.
HO BETTER OPPORTUNITY.
A rare opportunltv for an advantageous mercan
tile business in STATKSVILLE, ts offered to a pur
chaser of a limited bUcJi of wll a5Sort-. d Goods, on
and one of the lKst locations in the place,
at a low rent ; and a contfoittabie residence
it" desired, near the Sr-liooU, Churclies, and
business in the place, likew ise at a low rent.
Offered because the present proprietor is en
gaged in other pursuits antl 1ms no time to
attend to this branch of business. Jjor fur
ther information inquire at
April 2o, 1879 27:3t
Blacker ani HenflersoD,
SALISBURY, N. C
.Iannav22 189 - tt.
luformatioh Wanted !
Persuaded from mv house in Stanly counlv
by one Hob Carter, on Mondnv tbe J 4t li dav
of April, 1S79, my son Kufns I jarrin, who is 18
years or age. I axk all good ciiizcns to ait me
in ascertain bis whereabouts, bv dropping me
a postal card or letter to Albernnrle, N. G , ?o
that I may come and gel him. I will nay ai
expen.e, and reward my informant.
"Piedmont Press" and "Winston Serdiaer
please copy one time.
Aril 21, 1879.
Albemarle, N. C.
GEORGE A. CLARK,
SOLE AGKXT ,
400 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of thL spool cotton, are
that It la made from the very finest :
SEA ISZiAND COTTON. l
It Is finished soft as the cotton from which! It Is
made; tt has no waxing or artificial finish to deceive
tne eyes : it w tne strongest, smoothest ana most
elastic se wins; thread In the market: for machine
sewing it has no equal ; it la wound on
WHITE SPOOLS. 0
The Black is the most perfect j
ever produced In, spool cotton, being dyed by a system
patented by ourselves. The colors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PEOCESS t
rendering them so perfect and brilliant that dress
makers everywhere use them Instead ot sewing silks.
we Invite comparison and respectfully ask ladles
to give It a fair trial and convince themselves of Its
iiriienoriiy over au otners. i
Tb be had at wholesale and retail from
J. D. GAS KILL
25:6m. - Salisbury X C.
Mortgage Deeds for sale hert
Also -arious other blanks.
Carding, Spinning, .Weaving J Fulling
and Dressing. '" i
TheElkin Mills, Yadkin; Comity; liave
taken a long step forward. 1 1 hoy are now
making ten or twelve different varieties ot
Tweeds and Cassi meres, and arc still nrf
ranging fi- a further advance. j
The Drtces are tbe most surprtslnsr thing about It i
You can send your Clean Wool to the Factory and ia
a lew days receive oacic the roils at cents a pound;
have it span Into yarn at 12 V cts. r have it made In-
to Jeans cloth at 80 cts. a yard ; or you can get It
colored, fulled, pressed and Kheered, tlnlshed up In
style, at as cts. per yard. Colored linsey 19 cents:
white, 14 cts.; Blankets, white. So cts. per yard, i
lb. cf ean wool wlU make i v lbs heavr cloth . !
Samples of the various cloths manufactured can be
seen at - '--,, i;- .--:.-f -v J, -
J. D.McNEELTS STORS, Salisbmy,
Who is Agent to receive Wool and to deliver Goods
for. this establishment. J. D. McSEKLY, AgU
' If you want a good Fertilizer for Cotton 6r ToWc
co, goto ? .i J D. JtfcNEELY.
ii you want a lot or superior sawed Shingles, go
to . J. D. MCNKELY. !
FOR MALE. . !
. v - I .. j
i nf type, ress ana nxtures qi me iiaridson
Record (at Lexington, IJ. C) are for sale. ,--For
particulars, address -
C. II. BRtTNKR,-
JAMES M. GRAY,
Attorney and Counssllo? at
SALISBURY, xf a
Office in the Court Hons tot, riext door!
to fcquire liaiightort. Will practieeii all
the Com t of the State. j
SHOP connected with Bwn & VerblCs Livery
htables. rU dehlzus of Shoes, to suit any
hiiape ot f(K)t. All shoeing ou strictly sclent 111c prin
ciples and WARRANTED. All kinds blacksmlthlng
promptly aone. js:iv
THAT WELL KNOWN FERTILIZER OF
FOURTEEN YEARS' STANDING!
Rich in Ammonia & Phosphoric Acid.
The Leading Fertilizer (if 'Xhe Country
MORE EXTENSIVELY USED THAN
ANY OTHER, j
And Particularly Adapted to
THE COTTON CROP.
Also 'Pacific' Guano Cu's
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
So iell and favorably known inN. Carolina.
Can be had njon application to the following
JXO. ALI.EX BUOWN,
L. C. Hakes,
C. G. Mostoomkrv,
W. A. Lvckkv,
C. A. Caim.tox,
Stouoh (Sc Sloax,
Isaac Ha nuts,
J. C. DoRKOVfiHS,
Co 1 1 cortl.
Jno. S. Reese & Co.,
Xol7 Gks'i. Ac;knts, Baltimore, Md.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLEGE
Statesville, it C.
The next session opens August 28 1878.
Uoanl, ;tinl tuition in KnglUh. $S5.00 per ses
sion of twenty weeks. Catalogue and circular
with full particular on application
MR. K. i
DON'T BE SWINDLED
A BtLLE OF COTTON
TIIE0. P. KLUTTZ
will sell you one ton of L
Boyki, Carmer & Co's
For 200 lbs. Cotton, !
. It is the best in one. Eaay to manipulate.
Requires no cotton seed nor stable manure,
rso charge for recipe or right to ine. Equal
to any &0 guano. Ha heen tested for yearn
Call and get particulars and see testimonials.
Don't be humbugged by cheap imitations.
You can get the genuine only from
TIIEO. F. KLUTTZ, Dbcggist,
o20:ly Sole Agent foi Rowan
Having purchased tlie Litcry
Stable on Lee street and perfected
all necessary arrangements for car
rying on the business in a com
plete and satisfactory manner, the
public are solicited to give us a trial. iWe
are prepared to afford f
All usual Accommodations.
and will do so at the most moderate prices
possible. g-DROVERS are invited ttf
give us a call. Day visitors can have their
stock carefully attended to and every prop
er attention shewn them. The stable attend
ants are experienced and careful meiL
Ilorses boarded by the day, week, month or
year, tail ana try us. i - 1
Tt. J. HOLMES & SOX.
'Jan. 21, 1878. , lhtf L
SoliililB Pacific tao!
. f i -
Mr Stock of Goods in il.U Line f i
for the Spring Trade, llavihi rTSH
services oi an Arttste from , BaTtiuZ ? i
1 I eel justitied in saying that I
most fastidious taste; and will p"fla
oiiicvtuu iu an oroers intrusUd i
Ladiea,injhe Pity and Conntry, k'a
call and examine- mr-Storlc kr Wlld? J
NORTH CAROLINA .1 5?,....r
T.c.iKORAM, W i i mi
hn C. Raiissofl, VVnu StoctJ .'V'-V
John C. Ranssoti. V"mu StoU
bam and N. 8. Iliggins, The i
Christian 0 old Mining Corona, t
n j, operating under the name
and atjle of KaussoiV, Stockbain
AHiggins, 1JU. , -
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in una case it appearing bT.fRj ? . ' i
the defendants, iim
Stockhamand N.S IIiinf
of this State, or keep theiusl Z '
therein as to aroid therdinar
iiponjhera, it is thtrefbre orlrfofH
Hcailon be made for six ronsecm:" 2rWi
the "Carolina Watchman," biw
lished in thetowji.ofSalisbury v r i-l
said defendants to n fazr at tlenm'S'y
Conn to W held (r the myfVH
al the rourt II.se in UxinatHv ;H
dar in Sentemir. 1879 ...i" .a 1 r1 W
n oepiemwr, 1879, .nJ plead ,d"W
irr in an action rommenred ki i tri
VUr and ix cents ft r lumLc-r l"'.!
and merchadU,. rr..;I.Zi " ?., ?ro"!'
- ---- ......... TO .mi eMt.LJ.v
ring the rear WS and 1879, orll(Cfl:
be taken as conffci ur, l"ill
s C. F. LOVVK CV f
Br E. Hexley, Att'yfyy Pl'ff. '
.North Caeoosa, Js vtRucr
lowanLouty. j April 30tJ, igfa r
i lore v
... i . ucaiej, e, Li. Abel, Jr., II V
done and L. It. Carl.. n-
In this case it apjearing to tbe aatisfaciiJ'
ofthe tV)nrt th it W. F. Buckler, E. L AW 1
Jr., and H. E. Spadone are nonfli.Uii. J J
this Mate, it m Ordered that pnWiitii C"
made u thC,,. I Wa(dmJ
published in .Salisbury, for hx eonnfy.
weeks, commanding them, the ail v P
Buckley, E, L. Aliel. Jr.. and H. IV h.,.j1M
to sippear ut the term of iA rv-i '..Yr
held at the Court bonse in Salislnrv na Z
;l"-Jr ,,tr ,,M 41,1 I'nday uU,,
Jer, Ih9, and answer the complaint dial tin
be filed during theiM jhree darg inf
term, or in default thereof tbe
apply to the Court for the relief demanded In
hia complaint. J.M. HORAH u
Clerk Snnerinr fViiirf Pnu.., .
. -L .v.au vuHWy
The Mexican Dollar.
What in the difference between the" Mexico
(dollar and Tabler's Ihlckeye Ie Ointment!
One doe what it promise and the other im
iot. The Mexican dollar aayn, 1 am bn
hundred cents;,r but wher you come to in mi
It yon fi.id it ix only eighty-five. Tllerf
Mm keye Pile Ointment av ' I will cure i
Of File,-" and iiK)ir trial it'U founu1 to do tlir
every c:.: It makes but one proqiwe tir
Cure I'iles; and dw ?o wiibutit failnre. Price
$0 cenin a bott e. For Hale by C. IirEiirlier
$alisbnry, N. C. f
; Couswen' Coiirtv.inMnionev of Tar ha wL
Mo long and f.ivoruMv kiiuwn t hut it netiU 6
eiu'oiiuum. tor cuiigli, -u,Mx, w.re throat,
lorsi-nei,etc it ti.nU npeedy Telief, and-i
a most plcasanl and tffic'acins remedy, iowy
Mini !arleir.g two of iu injtreilients,. Theitll
ofthe cbemUt, ami lheknwredge ofa jliTi.
ci:;n were united in its preparation, the result
being a compound which in the favorite irrW
dy in illi severe climate, ami lias no equaf u
a ( lire for coiighscoIdn, hoawene", broiifliili
croup, etc. Use Cotuwens' Ilohey of ! Tar,
Price 50 cents. For Je by C. 11. ILirker,
Salisbury, N. O. "j ,
iRoj.ixA. 1 In Supkbior Coin,
L'oukt 26th April, 1879,
John W Frick. Adui'r of Jolm Canum
Plaintiff; - '
iiyumo ! ? j
i Samuel Caunp, Susannah Gootlman, Cmil
Ia Goodman, Margaret Cmiup, George A CV
niup, Jame VV Can up, Henry A Canup Tliomai"
Ii Canup, and Sarah L Canup (the lat twit
minors, Vina Campbell (of Cabrrue), Wikh
liara Campbell, Iayid CajupWH, Sally Gmi
(Stanly), Sophia Kirkpatrick or her Ueir-(ii
Indiana), and Caleb Canup'u heir (in Uliiiolf,!
Petition to ett land for artels.
Upon the aflidavit of the Plaintiff, it in oi-1
drred by the Court, that; publication be niadt;
iii the Carolina Wulehman for MX miccewit'
weks, notifying Sophia I Kirkpatrick or ihetj
heirs, and the heir of Caleb Canup. who are
non-residents of the State, to atear at the of
fice of the Clerk of the SuperiorCourt ofjai4;
county, on Monday the 9lh day of Jnne, A D,
1879, and anxwer the complaint wbuh h"
been filed in the above entitled action, and if
they-fail tuauwer the complaint, the Plain--tiff
will apply to the Court for the relief 1
minded in the complaint.
Witney, J. M. HO KA 11,4
Clerk of the Superior Court, liowan county.
TALBOT & SO'S
Shockoe f Machine Works,
Maaufacturera of Tortable and Stationary EaglnM
and: Boilers. Saw Mills. vrn an1 wiiai Millsaaf-
ting. Hangers and Pulleys, Tnrblne Water WheeWi !;
Tobsicco Factory Machinery, : Wrought Iron wore.
Brass and Iron Castings. Machinery of Every "
scrlptlon. - j - :
. Ginning' and Threshing Machine
A SFBCtAUTY. '
REAIRrNOJBOMPTlY A CAREFULLY W5E. '
laiDOy s raieni amis. UTtu
The Invention of ihe Age. 't
Taltx)t8 new Da tent Snark-Arrester Is really ttte on
lv twrfnt mi1 rv.lnhlo nno and Im itunrsedUUT
others In use. The great efficiency of this Arrestff ' i
is attracting universal atteniion, ana isoeina
dorsed by ihe bestjnechanlcal engineers and lnso- ;
ranee companies. Its prominent teaturea are : ; ; -. j
Ikllinsuutumiuj mcuiaih . i :
It rinu vr Intorfpr. arlth llMnlnff tllA tllbeS. !
It iwlll not choke up, and require no cleaning. -J-
raising steam (dampers being objectionable, as tM7
i. mojwi t lumhuiiiH th. nrHr4iw fa destroy
rd by evaporation of the water, and the boiler la kep
In a filthy condition.
It is simple and durable ana can oe reneu :
It ian be attached to any boiler. ; 1 ... u
ranee comno nles will insure gins and barn where u"
Talbot Engines and Sparfc-Arresters are used at mo
samft rates as charged for water or horse-powerr. .
ff-wnn ror tuustraten circulars ana p
bra m h Uouse, Charlotte, N. '. , ' . ',
s$:m W. C. MOUOAX, Manager.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCKii ,
! : ' : I' t. ,
may be lew open ana auow sparea to escape.;
It requires no water to extinguish sparks, wnjv1;
iv Min,l.ni.!itnn riostrnin t h ilrft KCJdrtCS. WDP"