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"J S .
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i ,1' " ' . : : l i .!',;- i ; - ; . .... . . . - , - . i-... . t ii
rtdi ill no receifing the fruit
t other . plants from Cherry Jtill
nd ill i be redy-to deliver, the
l rtjjjfc rT-T"
uSfalt of 1839, says an, oW country
frild4 warm and jvery dry like the
fall. Then, 1 kald he; 1 could aee
difference in. the: condition of the soil
JlUt up by tlio plow .when puttin5 in
I ,t-it was aU alike dry. - - V1';
I ysoxa who have promised to pay us.
t ' I f ! T, . ' '
t.knr: tneal. &e.l arc reminded that
time is pat.and gujio with aouie of
With some others, eapccially wood
vioicfir who expect to pay In wood, they
MojrxtI'M Bt ofrewtoaKvxidt:
jXftndly of ifr! It6lno
ivji, Ber wuJraw'vo
Mry Henn. ...
StUs Drskd of bUtesvuie, is at UoL IL IL
lifes' WilkesJ- of i Charlotte, isvisiting
I friend u this city.
t . ,. s . , 1 Q.
J. '3: J ; ' ,
I j f tig JiELXios. We have copied sever-
I gicles from other newspapers 011 thi
I iiibifect for the purpose of patting ou re
I tofl opinions of the .pros in regard
I tlijis iucideut of North-Carolina hutoiy
I-Jof yeir Je7t). 1 ho time may come
I . Iilio H will le of ne to show that North
J (jjUia, who bore .so large and so gal
l Unsir' in the late war,' was first to
I jDife a formal effort through . a l-euniou
I uftlie soldiers torestore. harmony. aud
1 troEwkond1 Her in agnanin.it v- is pone
tbeJess by so tew ot ner late, aavcrsanes
? cepting herfgeuerons, offer. Ve be
lieve thousands of tlieui are this moment
jpckiflg her praise for it, and they will
; rfepect her nil the mure us they take time
4iitflectou it. :
' . . 1
I til Church in thi place last night, by liev.
I jirifritoriiwell, from the 1st verso of the
Js&tialai ,. .
t Bj appointment an adjourned meeting
of dncuid Presbytery was held for the
Ipiiose of licensing Mr. J.N, 11. Summer
til to preach the goapef, otlier business at
I th4 fef nt .meeting iu . Statesville having j
;prcveiitl attentiou to the subject ut that
jtiwe .The Presbytery made arrangement
;or the HHiial preliminary examinations to
ilw hlcttltU morning at 9 o'clock. Also!
IS i i:i it ..." ' ' ' " -
fdtaijnatetl 1 o'elock, a. in., to hear a lit
itrar lecture; and 7 o'clock, p. m., a trial
; leniftui from the caudiilate. In the usual
iCoarMthe liceixurcvuiirtuke place iunnt-
after the seriimn. .? i 5
I CTWi--"There is a very considerable
inrdiein the entton ti-ausactious in tjns
. maiket tliin yeai: over aav recent nreeed-
!iiigy;arvvrho;jqiiiitty sold is nearly
hliiiihie theaiuoiint ut t lie corresponding
tiiiie kt year. And it is note worthy
tluitigber priees- have? ruled here thau in
IwjT Other town iu Western North HAroli.
ni jfiood iniildling sold , here yesterday
"i tins day before "at" As evidence
oi improvement, many farmers who
t jjjs kretofore sold in Charlittte aud Con
wril liave this year brought their crops
fore, Itod without a known exceptiou have
8t,ooly made very satisfactory sales, but
lar bought supplies of mecbandise at
rte ar below their expectations.
BELG BACK THAT HOUSE I
J -Watchman Office. Tone Mor-
lwgajfter tlio'it-niiidu. 4 f
j Well, Boss, l's come to see ef
j kin it some tbic bills d rawed off h some
jbod; stole roy boss lass night, and I wants
RptMeETiiniLfur it. - -
J f'tef Ah! : yes where was yonr
porsejUkcD froni f '
j arjtcjf I had him in d lot Wlr uv
bakerjd he was stoled
perfbi your horse: : ' , " U
m fellr-wid riaS bono on his !ef bind
Hi Ihid lo de rfghteysv ' I tfn Usx
ffl far him lass April. How maehre-
jagntlofferT ; ,f. S"
tht Fch for such a horse as
wjH-Oh. but Iia
-jtt ' n
wants bim L tHow mneb will
rite it out
na Druit it
rwy-l has toVo
nianirjU you make uie fur 35
i Vfw-Cau't tui-J ifc t all fi- tl,Jtf .
ifSThoughtrullyX Well, I'll ,
wer awhile, t jp. ?.
I 6 ?ope lit honest iKiblic vwill inake the
llW"ito tlt "good boss?' to his
' t t
I .iVf Chlaa CroFeUtema.'
tt.fi MSniilr. very
"M?nl?itcA,' gathering eoru and
'I'ilf11 dryland they
Ii i' ?le"dul time for catherfnc crops.
a&ii . erstand that are soon to have
rvnueq, store, i i : : ;
.t,: u5r are nnisuiug up
l.Het ,T0WD8hin TotAR nn !ia tirwh
ffT t"- We hope every body that
i Will rm onJ : u
OUlU . WJ fc ilVIUO sou
rp?actuy at this place
KT;T' fiallons of molasses.
Bostian, is building a cabinet
sur Villa w.
ill.,. .'! "f Zion church near this plrce
t rcompTetiou.' l . C. G.
' fi It! I . .
Tax 1 tyir - f7r tJnitv at WtxxlLinJ on
Tuesday Nu.;nil-cr 4th. 1 Lookmf ,1 yo
Xow for a"CAlf -fctsrjy t Mr. K.' Uensonj
tho Miller at Files milirc a-ltt iai ona
day fifty-six poahds of feel. Ueatlthafc
-Turn another leaf.VM 1 rh t!:?,ione'
of oar neighbor's .sonaicl;cI nipety
eight poonds of cottoa "frorj coda till!
niglit nlidhat iu cotton whidr Jiad been
picked over once. Hi father think he
can pick' twohandrcdopoands a day iu;
-Whiskey is - a bad thing Lproof rjhe
revenne ofilcial who seized that k baggy of
friend Kiev' with the! blockade tobacco
and liquor therein, got so jolly on it be
fore he reached State ill f t!at,Jie was
summarily dismissed frdtn jtispaitiin :
So, at least, sajr tho4 who (oaht to
know.' 44 ' v-
IJnitjTtinf fieari ktSso8u"ceeasof
to tiuiu, ana will tic:ply hare to eiakeT
t. ... ..... ; ...
in her giory.n Those who opposed it be-1
tore on the pea of expense in fencing the
lownsnin win ao well to reeonsiaer tha 1
whole subject and cast J their votesintel-l
iiiicu.ij. - : u wmmer mio mater i
uirctuuj, wi wuei j, ami, m ur prncu
cable, act unanimously, p H1!""
ttmmMMtmmmtmmmmm, .1 . 1 i
Fever prevails to a considerable extent
along the Yadkin. Very sudden rise in,
the Yadkiu Sunday morninc at 7 o'clock.
Uich'd Hamilton waaon his fishery look
ing for a stray "cat" when the water came
rushing down in a perpendienlar colnmn
about three feet : hih. Hc-nulled for
the shore" in double quick (ime. siuuinir
tliat irool old h y m u r -HwiH-m lier-si o to i
youth.' etc and arrived iust in rime to
save h.msejt. 80,1,1
liock is not a sure foundation .to build
upon at the Narrows. For a proof of this
you are referred to Mr. , who bnut a
'patent-right, donble eliptic, ; back-acting"
nsu-trap, ami placed it upon a rock aud
weighted it dowii with many tons of the
sauie material, and it remained ; just thir
teen hours, ten ininutesauu htty-uiue sec
duds. " -J i .- ! i !
Wm. Gaston Pennington is supremely
happy. 'Tis auother aiil. Notwithstand
ing the receut decline iu ' cotton, calico is
ihiuuu m gu up. co young recruics for
the army in El Dorado they are all
"gals." . ' ! i
Com huskiugs, cotton picking and ma
king lassea (mo-lasses) ir now-the order
of the day'ahoTnighjt. '"H'.l jr.,,."..
. Dan Cnpid is still at his "shooting
trade." ftio nas kept up a regular "senm
Sge'Mbc some weeks! past. Many have
been fatally wounded, aud among them
was our'yoimg friends ElishaDehniss and
Miss Nannie Russell. JTheyi "jiued jib
ltM' last Siinily. A. S. H;ti n. ltni offiS
-ciating. Elisba; can, iiidwL. ttak up Ilia
niautle" and if he cairt prophesy, he can
sing after Allan Cnhjuingham in the fol
lowing strains: 1 I j
"Red rowsUwbanie 'tween bank and brae,
Mirk is the night aud rninie 0, :
Though lu'aveu uud earth should mix in
I'll gaiiandseo my Naiuuet), :
My ATuiinie Q. myANaunie t)jf I
My kind and winsome Nannie O;
She holds my heart in love's dear hands,
Andjiane can dobut Nanuie 0f M .
Iu preaching limesae meek slie stands
Sae sjiintly and'sae bonuie O, " "
1 canuoc fiet a gumse-or gmce,- r -r r
For tJ)ievinr laokB.Vfitiiiif O: Vwa.X
My Nanuie O, my Nannie Oj , m ,
The world's in love with Nannie O ;
That heart is hardly worth tbejvear M
That wadna love tor Dannie 0 J j C U
My breast can scarce contain my heart,
When dancing she moves finely O;
I guess what heaven is by her eyes,
They sparkle sae divinely O (" ) .
My Nauuie 0, my "Nannie O;
The flower of ETDotado's Nannie Oy ,
hove looks frae 'neath her lang brown hair,
Aud says I dwell with Nannie O.
Tell not, thou star at gray daylight, 4
O'er Cooler's Knob sae buunie O ;
My foot steps 'tnaug the uiorniug dew,
When coming frae my Nannie O ; (
My Nannie 0, my Nannie 0 j J-iS
Naue ken o' me and Nannie O ; yy-j
The stars and moon may tell 'i aboon i
They winna wrangmy Nannie TF.n
- k ..jHi isjaj'
P,SwMiss Jennie ash was Tally (cdl
at JleliobotbJoa Tuesday theHth los&,1
Cot. Mr. Unynn omciating bhev wita
dear Francis, set oat for tbsv Ststo Fair
ifimedtafeiy. Many wishes for their ba-
py future. j '
CALEXDAB Or CASKS SET FOR TKIAX. OT FALL
tkkm, 1879, or aowAif scrnuoa COCTBT,
BEOIHXIKO MOSDAT, 24TH MOTKWBKR, BB-
V0RE HOX. J. A. GILMER, JCDG1C
-18T r WEEK.
No: 13 3Iargaret A. Reeves W. H. Kest
ler, et al. .
4G-Oeo. Mowrey e Com'sf Salisbury:
11 N. C.G. A. Couie K C. ol D. Co
et al t , ' i
" 13 R. A. Caldwell t J. Y. Symons.
M 1 Clarissa Julian, etui ex parte: 1 ' "
2 J. H. Newman, et al ex parte.
8 TLM. Caldwell, adm'r v Christine
!Fisher,rtafc ? K 15 Of T ft.
P 4 Jno! linghes, admV O! Flemfng
and D. Flimbag. ' ':: J
5 J. Y. Bryce t Jas. Calloway;.
rrnt-it i R T?. fihwit.
FRIDAY 1st Week, y '
No. 15 A. H. Boyden v Geo. Achenbach.
44 55 E. H. Marsh 9 T. J. Meroney.
44 49WiIson Restler T. Brown. '
44 1 33 L. Blsckmer surviving admV of Jno.
, lIcRorie, oi ex parte.
1 87 G. A. Kcnerly s Margaret Kenerly.
"14 Nannie A. Sumner m Charles TW.
. 1 Sumner. J ! 4
0CharTej TilkeS. BouferSElpriss
Company.. ! !
9 W. H. Horah, adm'r ; John M.
Franklia 03 tlio 3ck, Z&vr$ proposes
to try is ria. JJeiJs zWiurroukdtd
by toa-iuhba who tiro addnted tlto law.
rah, et al.
8-fRBArrlnger v M. Il Holmes, ad m'r.
CTt) 7-tP. if. HeiHg, et al. sdm'r Jno. A.
O Bradshaw, et al lx , .
S3 51. pf Foart, admV Henry Cau&Tf.
tj S3Ias?ridee R, A. Ramsay. 1
gM2-John F. Park Elizabeth Park. 7
U1113 1 8T Week. -
WX 2E.5lsney i t J. CrowelL X
29. Mauny j. MarshaL ; J.
27rankborbin t b! & IX H iL
t82'-Tno. Hurloeker e Jacob Shoe.
eikh'djwraecoff v Jno; Goodnight.
2cMJ: B. erns A. l Boy den. i -go4blaKesler
J. 8. Linker
CO . 0N1AT--2biexx.; i r
41-losepb; Dbson e a UcD.Tset).
lIsuneA Son T7; JL CoSt
Ifel83?ertdiardV Holm&& A.
ris-r-Ub Uomles Wi AiCoit, i
gJfcjn uinguua as ljo. a . smtm
5rl J. W. Wsdswortli W.AI Coii
iHMWfel 2 HeiHief VftAJtSlt.
- . -
Z&&i M. SallUan & Co. 9 W. A. doii.
n9i?miti, p,k- a p .
24mith, Forbes & Ckfc y. W. A. Coit.
N348g C. Housere B. McDowell Tate.
?8-Sl GI&od R. n Price & wife.
B0W. C. Means e C. N. Waggoner.
W' Cornlher v J-lC'O. Graham
glDO-M, U nolmes v R. A. Caldwell.
"ii-fg JKMeroney M. L.McIntyre.
5-,Trj. & P. P. Meroney e M. L. Mc
0 re; Uit--'.;
t2-0 Ai Fisher W. C. Culp.
63 tiuckey & Roseboro v Joseph Barler.
WEDNESDAY 2kd,' Week.:
'tifnnecay R ex parte.
45 1 Anne Macay et al ex parte.
" 57 rJ. E. Dobbin etal ex parte.
" 42-0. V. Pool R. R. Roseman.
" 67 O. V. Pool t R. R. Roseman e a.
" 66 J.1I. L
Lonr v Louisa Mason admrx:
" 69 btateix. Bel. ft, C. Styres et al, t
George Peefer admV, et al
f THTOSDAY 2xd Week.
No. St'Albert Foster e Thomas J. Pcniy.
3let)jv..f ! f
u "SGM.' IT Holmes Thomas J. Foster
40 W .Fisher 9 JVH. Webb.
41 Jones Gaskill & Co: e A: T. Powe.
Clark, Co., C. II,
f g v.t " - 1
w i8flJll?nolmes W;I4Kestler et o
f SOUCrurap iBrookiield. - f 3 '
51- (fowles Henry R. & D. R. R. Co.
65tJhristian Cringle et al adm'r Sal
,o-uii fit u n u
No. 54 B. C. Arey et al v J. S. Henderson.
i . .
70 Simeon Klutz adm'r. v John H. Lip-
bmmissloncrs of Salisbury D. R.
56 Commissioners of Salisbury v J. H.
HelHg et al. "
44 71 Wj iu Porter John Rose. .
44 72 Charles Price t H. C. Eccles.
44 3-Sylvanu8Hajnes v W, A. Womach.
44 74--John Beard and wife Luke Back-
77 feter M. Trexler etal 9 Moses Trex-
44 78 John Beard ,e Samuel H. Wiley.
SATURDAY 2so Week.
No. 79 The Board of Commissioners of
Guilford Co., 9 W. B. March et al
44 81 W. A. Poston v J. M. Moore.
.ghrfL jr. Corey, W. T. Backley rf A
f M- EdwU Sharer HH Harsh.
44 7flVtrtegst afeObaaiahAtwell.
8943eo. Achenbach Thorns V. Joba-
. CT4l2JLCrawfbrde WU. d U'll
44 70-f EfWrHorey LrB: Csdy. '
44 92 Abraham Means Pharaoh Propst.
44 93 C. A. OibU eas. McClekn.- .
44 94 p.' A. Coble t Sandy Brown.
95 JonesGaskill and Coe J. N. B.
'"jolinsonl -- 4 1
Abother fNlIbs) 'Blr4Ert It fills
us with sorrow to chronicle the loss of
two large gin houses and thHr contents
steam "power aud apparatus, owned by
Captain IT. W. Battle, iu this county, 011
Saturday ilight last by fire. Mr. D. H.
Barlow,! Our informant, tells us that
about one hundred and fifty bales of cot
ton in the seed,-lint and , already packed
were alto consumed. Of this ? ninety-one
bales were packed, and; perhaps thitry
one of these , were saved. The houses,
gins and other cotton are complete loss.
Captain J Battle used steam power, and
is uncertain whether the burning was the
work of an incendiary or not. The fire
was at (first,.-noticed between f 2 and 3
o'clock junday: . morni ng. This would
iudicate the fiendish hand t of an incendi
ary. Tile gin houses were large and con
nected by ft-pUlforniw'-Mr.' Barlow esti
mates the loss at $ 1 0,000. Captain Bar
low has ottered $100 reward for this con
viction of the incendiary. 'This i shows
his belief as regards the burniug. r
Wlienfyou' see ft bright baby pleased
with itself., and everybody else, be sure
that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has been used.
Ho-jOnly 25 rents a bottle.
' 58 Johnaon.
I l t 5 o.-rl
82 -Robert H.TTorrisoa tt Commission-
to co1iiToff t birvear ai 6 as follows : Ma4
ryiauu; Oigvewber .4, SUtA oflice
" 'jtr.a m m its t- 'Mfc UK-?
juouTber f i State ofoe
facers and ;
beVs oth'eegisrattire JJ3Iionsota NH
tore ; WiscbnsjriM emeliState offi
cers and mmjrlor theLBgtslatnre ; Mis
sissippi, NoverobeimTembersof the tg
Vers of the Legislature: Pennsrluania '
November 4, State Treasurer ; Louisiana,
constitution ; also State officers and mem- j
of tho Lesslature. -
i ' ''mimmimm-mifa!immmm
1 UastgUsDrfcraU are said to
bo lor Bayard fox. Pjesident. .t't
- tiU'' i1'" ; ' 1 - i :lt
v Tho Chieaso Tribune thinks. Gnrl
HancockV ttarls cleiitiy In the ascehoU
ant. ri' " '" " '1
I he Cincinnati Gazette advises the De
mocracy to nominate" Mi-. Groesbeck in
1880. X5A4 Tltw
4 The Springfield (Mass.,) . fepubticari
thinkafthe490tttlihRsiiow a chance to
make 1ts0Wtf 5aTlalaare;and tliit Mr.
Bavard is the Mhnr t 5 x " ' ' 1
1! Ohio's official vote snuiniW p 668,067;-of-which
Foster! Rejy.;f J6 61 ; Ewing,
Dem., 319,132 ; 'Stewart, Prohibition, 4,
145; Piatt, Grnhack, 9,12y. Foster's
majority over all, 3,853.
OstVr WadJilaTnVio,Hasf4ty 1
letter, iu which he says that the present
aspect of politics; appears to him to sue-
ijcov 1 11c uuuiiuiiiiuii ui xnyaru una Mc
Donald as the Democratic ticket for 1880:
At a Democratic mass-meeting in New
Orleans Saturday night, Lieutenant-Governor
Wiltz, theCandidate for Governor,
Uiade a speech pi-omlsing various reforms
which would guarantee the colored peo
ple their rights under the law aud schools
for their children. S
Congressman Blackburn, of Kentucky,
who has tavoied Senator Thurmmi's
Presidential aspirations, thinks the Ohio
election has effectually disposed of the
Senator's chances, and Mr. Blackburn
says he is uow for Mr. Tilden if he can
carry New 'Yolk1, which he thinks lie
can. ., s ;
The Boston Pilot notes among other
signs of tlio Grant bohin that Washington
politicians are on treating terms with
- One word before tlio audience disper
ses. -Can any gentlemann tell us wlieie
rest is to be found foe the weary. We de
sire to seenro permanent paying posi-,
tious for members of tho party iu Ohio.
EYARTS QX THE STCMP.
THE SKCKETAUY OV STATE AS A
Jfe Warcg the Bloody-Shirt for Jlis Dear
Frientls Conkliny and Cornell and
is Followed by Jilaine.
' New Yorki Oct. 25.LThe RepublicaiiH
held the lajgestCuiass-iucetiiUJ of the
campaign to-night. JIou. Levi S. Mor
ton presided ; arid- after- a few prelim
inary remarks .introduced Hou. William
M. Evnrts, Secretary of State who was
received with tumultuous applause. Mr.
Evartsjspoke for nearly two hours on the
leading issues of the campaign. He call
ed attention to the fact that the approach
ing election in Now York is of National
importance, and that it is the duty of all
Republicans to know what their actions
should be. He spoke of the National
convention and Presidential election to
be held next year and denonnced the idea
that it was ouly, State issues which now
demanded the attention of the people.
There was, he said, a ; determination, oil
the part of the people to maintain free
and secure equal and . universal suffrage,
which is tho sup eineaud only authority in
this country. The people had not hesita
ted to spend their wealth and sacrifice
their lives when their will, as declared at
the polls, had been resisted by military
forcerand to center the power and idgh
est honor brf theUaeceslfu! leader bf their
armies, and if -suffrage: shoald' agaln be
imperiled, the would not hesitate' once
BmioeDunu power wm Jwur
can best maintain Uieir privileges. -. ,
tMr. Erarta compared the respective
men to of Cornell, Robinson and Kelly,
and predicted the success' of the Republi
can candidate for govprnor. He declared
that the services of the Republicans - du
ring the dispute over the fast Presidenti
al election were Invaluable to the nation
while Mr.' Potter" and his inrestigating
committee were only deserving of ridi
cules Mr. Evarts also stroke at length of
the solid South as an element of langer
and discord to the' country. He deuie
iu strong language that the soldiers had
ever been used at the polls for purposes
of intimidation. It, was ademocratic pn -gramme
to raakeroonntains out of mole
hillp. The speaker accused the Depip-;
craiic party of tryidg to get posession of
the Government fov evil purposes, and of
enenraging munlerf and outrage iu the
South. There coulVbc nfpeace, he said,
until there were freehtolf Xree speech"
aud fi-ee innHKh
sulfrage was net free; thei people voi?d
have no choice 6uVto ?siit. The secreta
ry praised the Repnbliran party, for "the
skill with which it had solved the prob
lems, although opposed' by the Demo
crats. I ,
When he mentioned Grant as having
vetoed the inflation bill there was great
applause, and $IurjeA f Beers jVerdgiycn
for Grant as the next Presuleut. Mr.
Evarts closed' by laying that it was tho
duty of the people to put the Government
in the hands of those who love peace, and
and will pursue righteousness. As he re
tired he viis foudK' applauded. Senator
Blame next atuuesseu me auuience iu re
sponse to loud
strong approtal of what Secretary Evarts
had said. Tlie Democrats were every
where presenting false lasaes. The army
fcallsV f He s
mate tUThti uf , fitimuLnrinnj p": " fnVi fjgg
r iSW uwemmneialporicyof
Alhermeet4uir wiirbehM nt
iTonday, which will be addressed by Sec-?
retaryerunn30 t?40TI4T8 l
tviiLit l-.il .&mm J.
j CAPjrtmfcu XtASXi-4The iieWo DelmR
Simcfavbo niurdered'Mr. ; Lanier nW!
Dadley. som; month ago; has at lastcotne
f HaT;lilast,4ina Is ; new seeuWly
!9dgJi ii ur t county -jaik-iTIw arresi
kas i; accomplished ta eoc4 ' order) 4y
Messrs. E. X Hines J Elmotfi-araay,
jaHn hinfkt Vl
" I T9 - Messrs, jtiinesmid -Urady ;.wiu
the aeronaut, made, an-, ascension yester
1 ne wind was -blowing ery haid.l
He was dressed in tightsf and thebaliobn
naa mo oasKet, Having only iriggiug to
hold to. BraytftH bung hisbead downward
holding ' by his legs. r wiieri about five
hundred feet in the air itis supposed that
the balloon Lecamq unmanagoable, ? as it
crossed the - Mississippi going due north,
and v was soon, out of sight. Braytoh,
with no clothing but tights, cdutd Hotit'
i3 t,honght, esdnie the cold loug. i'Dri
Downeyj of Louisiana, and a nephew of
Professor Wise aisitted Brsytob; "
Bu t the -spTOsjQou QhUl thSt ral au -thoritieaof
any , state 44 w ill noti protect
etc., is not just, and does not accord wiili
the facts. While the i tghts of person and
property are often violated H every State,
as they are and alvyjjyg have JLeca in
every country on earth since Cain kill!
Abel, and Jwhiici criminals often escape
puuishmeut tbroifgli defective laws ' or
bad admiuistratidn itlrall other countries,
it is not true that there is anv section.
i county, in this Republic
where crimes meet with public approval
aud where the failnre to punish criminals
is intentioual. The citizens of, every
locality have much greater interest in
the enforcement of laws and the preserva
tion of order in their midst thau anybody
else'cau have. Tlieir personal safety,
theneac ornilnd, the safety and value
of tlnlrroftfiajSFd everythirurof value
in iiieaaeHrnottthe maintenance
af a fiiregreebt" doustictrunqqitity.
II 'ash. Post. Bern, i v4y
AOiIoxstrus AV'hale. The story coSnes
to ds frprn',Ma&ohbovo Sound, and Jro'm a
were gninlieifoea'tnTO near
MaiibM:olu1etoif jrj ida- htjjen 'A
mobsfioiis whale was seen makings is
way towards theTnlefHirif withffuf fh
tention. of entering wlten . it suddenly
sefeilied to , strike a, shoal, upon which it
wheeled around, making a terrible rcom5
motion Jo the water1aud- fwaiuu rapidly
seawaril." In turning it, ,howed a fin
which the fishermen declare was fully flf
teen feet in length w-ivh Ue. its tail, . they
sav; was not less than eisht feetth lck.
This is aMwhalirtg'storyrt is true v
but-it comes from Roavce;
that Is eutitledto crediU-Wil. Star.
S l- Vj
A Cl'owk as an A b d iTcroR. Dan Rice
the j famous ci reus , clowpH wen ) witli, h!4
show at Washington,- Iudlast snmmer
made the acquaintance otj Miss :Mary
Acermau, a youugr ghl -ot the place-,
whose parents are TesjKrctableFaS wellS
well-tbdo."1 The yjneeunes JStin charges
that-aftex Judopartum Rice wrote to the
girt and led he.r, qto a secret f correapon 4
deuce. 'On Tuesday of last week he in-
dueed Miss "Ackerman "td eloDe with! him
t hlcagV Vhorei'w ithoo t uch a trifling
injug as maxnago, tnej pui up axrn. notci
ai man and srifeThegirPji father traced
her to Chicago and on Tharsday returned
intrinsic value. " Thousands use it to-day
in refereaeb frfi affy fclhertanrs(f that
m wr m rtrtrrm
tvi m n.n.1 rnii . ' j
At the Post Office la this City on Tuesday October
88thl87 at 11 o'clocta.-ia,,br .Dartdi.. Brtngle
Eaq Mr. WUUam Vance Cooper to Miss Sarali Jane
Morgan all of Unity Township. T ,
-North Carolina,1 "1 In Snpendr' Court.
IBowan Cocntt.-) 28th October, 1879.
N. CL-McCanless, admfoTJacoty
Eaiffiart, I '-gg&MT
SalUe Jobnsoa. MailrlaTTEmil
elirieKirk, VSuatf Kik," Johrfl larftf
EamhearWCFA. HitMfliCCTj.'L aets.
cy uruis, rjsea jarnncarr, .
BurwcTi StrilfTi aaiT wife
well SDvf(traair wife Laura,
i apPcnot? thfrfhvrnA, iUsQ
by the? Court;, llhf t purification
. 1 r M .a a .M a
maib in the "Caroling yatchman"fbr u
successive wfeeks, notifying Travis
an, Susan Kirk,, LroeUniSJtjrkj ajw, Mary
Jiirkidetennams, who are non-rcsiaents oi
the State, to appear . attheyfSce 0f the
Clerk of tiic Superior Court of gaid cquutv.
on Monday the ISth d;iyf Decent le; 1 70,
and answer the complaint which will be
tiled in tUeraQ,ye ntitkffctioo.Mlthiu
ten davs froiMteyatc ricTehr' and If Ticv
fail tcxW.vttr aiipl5intthefxtn:
will apply lo he iConrtWfor 'IteWeiief Ale
manded iu the complaints rr ct. ia
Witness; J. M rXh, Clerk w t
S;pt oupenor uoun uowan uoumy.
nes, metAl3,ctiides; ox
&c.; rnntedvat s
rW STORE 2
Opposite tlie Post Office.
S. J. BIXSWAXGER
Aftef sacecssfullr etadinth
yiglmnceof our enicienY lhkrn
mr rr M.1 tH .t. - : '.T ' mr. 1 . - it
tyV.pear. Bladen , atld . fiamMon;-
with- heir to - WashingtoK."",llice eluded
THE GHEAT 1)EM ANIf FOu SURI-
A. Earnhcart, Ellen Lcntf
jyftTtT ygj U. U ,.-.u
SSDBLBHESS, v. ,.n ;
vnc n. m urpnrTHmdlns : Mr. W. E. POLAND will
f ana jou wiu, flthat, there is. " JiT
ITot a JBeU'erJWorKmaa'm the stat'
V21?!la' 90pm'U6nhXrs with any stab
Uslnaent ia tae couui rr, ther onn or SoutaT.
rsTOairfciff nrbnlntl t1fnlvt tw' J
l?6epU3Cihl5t9ws iCiaf F cVBRd
aMresidents$ Yda will Uke notice that ti.
Mlowiag sum mom has been ho4 ar&iBst yen;
fi, r?JoDe8 ssdJr S X Summons for BbC? t
STATE Or IIOBTH CUounl
xourare Iiertbr Commaadd
?nlV- MjvEarlthe. defeadauu above
hamd.if rfiev be fonndliln
l11041 appearbefore the Jodge or our Su-'
iwwr wurL-Jl.a. Vout,t lo b Leld lor the
Cbtinfj of DavhUm.'-at the1 Court House "in
Lexington, on, the, 1st Monday March, 1880,
and answer the complain whkji vill be.de
pblleH m thebiSceof the Clerk or tWSiiperi
or Court for said county, within the 3 first daV
of said term, and let the said defendant Uke
nbdrt tft( if tliey faifto answeril.e said'dom
r VH-Wr,il .'t;tioier-the plaintifl willp.
ply to-Conrt for the 'relief demanded in the
r ...... '
vivfu uuuer my n:nq aiut the
fwal ofsaidCoort, this 12th' dav I Sptenfer;
fj.?ti . j. s C F. Lowe, Clerk S. liwr
" DatWson County.
.Yon trill alM take notice' that 'at tlie R.Vme
time. in said cane, a warrant of ntthment wii
issued against your property, for the Kiini ut
Thirteen Hundred and th ree Dollar and iix-tr-fix
cenM ($1303.06), doe by oien ccunl
and returnable to said Conrt, in naid conntv,
on, the lMonday of .March, 1330, when id
where you. ean appear if you think proper,
CmV 8th of October, 1S79.
'-i .j C. F. Iiowr, C. S. C. -
Jno. II. Welborn, Plaintifl' Att'y.
The Valuable House
and Iot situated in West Ward, adjoining the
lots of Mm. E. Pearson and J. J. Stewart,
and fronting 81 feet onTHw otreet, and mn
njijg back SCO feet to Craig atreet. The house
is newly bnilt; main building 1838 ft., 2 stories
LJl3x30, wita 4 Itooms and Hall-wiy down
etaira. haished ; a good i pantry and 2 closets ;
6 fire-place's, one in each room, and all finish
ed,: except, 2 rrooms and hall way np-etairs;
good kitdien and smokehouse all in good
repairf !; The garden is very good,1 and on the
lot grow some of the fin est' fruit in the State.
Tli is property Is offered clieap, and if not dia
bosed of privately, will be sold to fhe highest
bidder at the Public Square in this city, on
Saturday the 1st day .of .November. 1879."
; 'Terras one-half cash, the othe r half on lib
eral time with debt properly secured. .
; FoffPrice and other particulars, pply to
mvelf ot J. J. Bruner at 'Carolina Watchman
Office. - J. W. McKENZIE.
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 17, 1879. 4S1:7
- ifc t.. i - 1
XoJ. H. JosE-V Non-resident, defer.dent:
You. will take notice that the followinz .Sum-
iuohs nas ueen issueu against you.
Davidson County n. Superior Court.
Freeman H. Morse,. )
' 1 Flainfff.
I Summons for Belief.
James 11. Jones,
Deje'dt. J -
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA,
To the Sneriff of DaridsOrfCounty, greetirg:
You are hereby commanded to summon Jamea
II.' Jones,' tlie defendeni above named, if he be
foujtdVtthin your county, to be and appear
before the Judge of our Superior Court, al a
Court lobe held for the County of Daridson,
at the Court Hou; in Lexington on the lat
Monday of March, 1880, and answer the com
plaint which will be deposited in the office of
the Clerk pf the Superior Court, for said coun
ty, within (he 3 first days of aid teim, and let
the' said defendant take notice tlmt if he fail
to answer theaid.ppuiplaiutrwithin that time,
theipla!iitld'wlll apply to the Court for there
jie demanded in the complaint?" v '
Herein fail not, and of this summons make
doe return. Given under my hand and the
seal of said Court, thi J2tb day of Septem
ber, 1879. C. F. Lowe,
tl "TJlerk Sup. Court of Davidson Co.
ftsTsrHf also lake notice "that at tbesame
dsato4a said, i a warraat sflatUchmetat
vsatssaed against yonr, properly, in fsrorpf
thetdaietUrfbr the sum of Thirty-eight nnn
deeisQd Fifty Dollars, -with interest on $2; 158,
J2i frum rbe 9th June, 1879, due by notes and
opelr sieebanta, and money paid to 3rdeV of de
feadaot, aud returnable to sa jd . Cosh; io said
County, on the 1st Monday of March, A. D.
M880, when and whereyeircan appear if you
think properthia Lctober oth, iBiV. t
. C. F. Lowe, C. S. C.
Jko- H. Welbork. PlrTa Att'v.
To Eliza J. Hakwes ; Yoq are hereby ooi
tified that the fo' lowing common; haa been is
sued jgainM jou, ?ii :
Saaidson: County In . Snperior - Ccnrt.
fOjuhn Leonard, decMj Vi"ff.
iiza ' " Against
liiion to fW laud
ElUft fy Ringer and'hua-
Ifand Win Ty hinder. Bur-
cess Leonard, E: J. llan-
ner. ii..D Leonardj L. A. to raise 'assett to
Smith and hr liuaband
A lex'flf Smith, H.Cfenf lh;
CarcitvljeoiurtJ, liob't J
oiisrd, Julia Leonard and
C. Fl'Leonird, tire last five
und'ageaadwith? and ! w-i
guardian, JJcfend 'ta. J iA f.
JAH OF. rORTH CAROLINA,
To thefMierifl of puvidson county greeting:
tlYoo? are hereby cum manded to summon 1 ten,
Wofc-TrMirrgeri Burgess Leonard, E.
J. Il.-inner, I. D, Leonard, L. A. Smith, Alex
ander Smltli, S. C. Smith, Carrie Leonard, Eo-
bert Leonard JuJ ' Leonard and C. F. Leon
nAl, the defenOnntM 'above rmed, if to be found
in jour county, to Le and appiar before the
Clerk of, our 8ierior Cuutt ' tor v Davidson
iCouiinly, at the. Court House in Lexington with
in twenty "days from theservice of the'sum-
mons, CJtclniuve of the dayvol service, and an
ewer the complaint which will be deposited
in1 lire bfieefef the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county, .wit hin; Jen .dsys. land jet fhe
Raid defendanU take notice that if they fail to
anaw the said complaint within the time pre-
Fcrioi-u ut taw, iue, piainuu win apply o the
CiirrTorfha oelierdemjnded iu the complaint.
Herein tail not and of Hi MinrcoA Haike
due return. Given under my hand and seal
of said Court, this 4th day of October, 1879.
V.. F. Lowe, C. Sw
M. II . Pisxix, riat'rs Att'r.
l:6w " .y
ljerein fail not, and of ;thw wmmons mAVT-' uol8eu ?7
Will be oii Bale i !
.Tlirough the Winter, and next -Season by
M!-- hd-Deliverwl tntiifli
49:4ti i S J BINS WANG ER
4jf. fborVectcd bylt Koxs& Caff
Middling, H.U,tti .-jwSiiiViJIOmWt'
.low , do, . , i a jo
!'V.& -t - K4 . ftllns'.11 ? w? t
BACQxJcounty, !hog round, ft ftttv
Bottkr v , . , 20a25
OaxcKKxs -per dozes ;U u:ii 4t.ft0C4A0
Coax Old - "a
Mb AL-rHnoderate demand atrs it wl;fO
Wueat rood demand atU(haL20
riotra best fam. ' U "3.15ia8.t5
Potatoes. Irish ,
: n a. m. '
BXKSWAK . j
lift i f sets
Cn H SALE VERY LOW A good new
rUll ly repaired Carriage and Doable
ii " ... . r ..
For terms nnnlr to
THEO. BtERBAUM has the finest and
best assorted stock, of FrencbCandiea
and Cigars. .
PERIODICALS WEEKLIES and MOKTHLYSf AO
AZINEH also SEASIDE LIBRARY. THEO. BUER
BAUM Contectloner, Fruiterer and Newsdealer. -
N. B, Books and papers not In stock lurntebed on
shortest possible notice. '
Z now hare the BEST STOCK of
BY ilOQDS. Af LOTOlKtS. -
BY VjfOODS, V:yLOTHIN,T,
HATS, NOTIONS, s
In town. Call and see for yourself.14
CLARK'S and CO AT frklwol Cotton
reduced to 5 cents a spool. j .;.
J51t J. D, GASKJLL. ' .
Letter and Note Heads, BillHeadv.
Cards and Envelopes printed to order
at very low rates. Call at this office.- r
Just recclred al
A. C. Harms' a
line lot of No. I
WESTERN H. C. RAILROA
GOING WEST, r .
. &0& A. M.
Third Creek .......
6 59 ,
9 06 1
! 10 10
12 W r. il
4 10 P. M. -
3 30 t .
3 C7 - " ' '
12 23?,. M.
leard. i . -
Glea AJpin -
. 6JSW t -i
no i r ...
8wsnnanos Black MuBotala
I Trams run daily, Sundaya excepted? v -Train
eoiof West will breakfast at teK-'
Tille and dinner at Hear r... Tram roiru Hmi ,
breakfast at Haary and dinner at U. . xf:
- ! S. TT. WILSON, PreMdet..u -
jExliibitof the Clerk of the ; Board of
douuty CoiuuiUsioners, the county at i t
Rowan, to the first Mondavi u September, V
A. D. 1871). Amounts and items audited u
by the Boiiid to the members thereof.!
j ' . - .; -
D. A, Davis, per diem, - $23.00 iv
j 44 44 4 days extra serrice, ?6J0Qtffi
G. A. Bingluim, per diem, 30 00
i ' 44 1 day extra service,- 2 Oft
D. C. Reid, per diem, V - u 30 00 - .
1 44 44 1 day extra service . 2 00
"r " mileage, -58 80
Jl G.t Fleming, per diem, ; 30 00
j " " 1 day extra scrrice, - 2 00 -
. - . . : .
Coleman, per diem,
44 1 day extra service,
' ' mileatre.
W. M. Kincaid, per diem,
' t 44 44 mileage,
Bj. N. Woodson, per diem.
Tho Board was in session j 5 days da '
ring the year. - '
j Distances traveled by the members ol .
the Board In attending the sessions of the..
SD.C.Eeid, 576 miles; J.
452 miles; : L.'W. Coleman
W. M. Kineaid, 40 miles.
i , .... Horatio N. WooM
) i ... ian I
, jAUUSt U, ICI Wm
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
lechauics Liens, for sale at this OfSco