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THURSDAY, MARCH I8168D.4
Y Mr. Tom, lIoLrisifthnouuccd.aa ft can
didate for uominatioil for Governor.of the
Stare. There is no luck of candidates.
Mrr Holt would doubtless make a yery
good Governor. Ho is a good manager
of bis .own extensive business, which is a
ri. IJncoln VowrrM in Waning the strong argument in his favor. .. 4
proceedings of the Court at Newton on But Mr, Holt is pot an eastern man.
the injunction case says it came out in Wilmington claims for Uat.part of the
the: argument of tlje case that President State the courtesy (or the right) to fur-
jVilson Hud Mr. Dortch had received $25,- nisln the nextneandidate for Governor, and
i)Ori by Jlie sab f a claim against a? Flori- for one we desire they shall have it. We
iia railroad, $5,000 of which had not Wen hope it will be generally and cheerfully
accounted for. This allegatioa came from conceded by the West. : . ;, ..-..,
the men of the straggling Western Divi- " T. , . -
U-i.!h.AWlMifi without the sliirht- .It is said Uncle SanU Tildn may cer-
. . v:.,. ..i,Ai-nn4 .itt,of raiidr be counted on! as a candidate for
fXi lUHimiHIUHi uuiidw""""" I , ,
iwm. .lliATK for a. mo- the Democratic nomination. If noraina
ij,.f. rt,-tViirhirvAwisnili tliafhnds. ted we will, support foot cheerfully, and
..i t ,..i. .:r- - .I L-.n rnllv w can't see the mau who would
yevenueil' lemiciu nuo j nivjr Mini j -
wU tainlv dci. - 1 i - probably make a better run.
i n., jr ... nn.W&n.1 !hwiirJf tf.lnrefer Thnrman to any "other man yet
MonMa inmRnAionrft nWt Kiirh mentioned, but his following is corapanv
.Un. Wiln.Wniil!ini- tivelr wejik.w,Baya are
hin foi:. and eould5' not.: therefore. 1 ahead of him, either of whom would make
hHi.tr MpRsra. Wilson and Dortch to nn-1 a good President jThb .people antf an
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,-er fpr any appropriation tiiey may have hQnest M..tpawo,raan, Doniioaieu vu
ado of the money obtained there! They 81me 1,aT? l?1"1168' llJe
Democrat will refuse I fo suport a wormy
nominee. - ; ' ;
luado of the mouey Qbtatned. there. Tney
verb not acting jn the capacity of agents
for tJve State, and certainly had no author
ity jtp .compromise fierodtionviri'refer
;nce to the repudiated bonds stolen by
jl.ittlefieldartd other out of the sale of
avhich this Florida .claim probably' prigi
ntted. The oflcial of the Western Di
vision instituted a suit against the Dutch
bondholders of the Florida gailroa1, based
upon no claim recognized by this; State as
-aralid, and it is said managed to recei ve
ix$j thousand dollars - ju money .and
pinety thousand in bonds, for which they
were rendering no acccujB. to .the State
fir thcWestern X C. Railroad Company,
iand they-, were still pushing fqr more.
JJut the last General "Assembly repealed
ihe charter of the Western Division and
consolidated .tlie two Divisions, tlms abol
ishing the corps officers on .the-Western
jend, demaudiug .df them to band over
vcry.tb.ing to president Wilson. This
Act, jt. seems, threw UolUns 4i Go. out of
ourt in their suit against the Dutch
- jbondh,ol(Jky, but Judgo Bradley allowed
ixe6ideja.t Wilson to be made a party" to
ithe-8uit, who, upon invitation, went
jto Florida to see about it, and as is well
known, received $25,000 for whai f Ho
did nojt sell anything tliat belonged to the
The mountainous ';larts of this. State
are going into thef' tobacco business.
Farmers of Hay wood r'codnty, say the
CitUen, are preparing to pitch heavy crops
of the weed. Catawbawnnty js pronnuc
ail ll hfnt tobacco count ' west. . Tliere
Frofa tins ChailQtte Ob?eryef. i
- srECIAL DISPATCH. ' ; -
sKaleigii, N. Cri March 15,10 p.m.
880.-The members of the Legislature,
pursuant to the call of the Governor, as
sembled iu the State llonse promptly to
day at twelve o'clock witli very few seats
vacant. After the call of the roll, and the
organization of both! Houses, Mr. G. L.
Dudley, the Governor's private secretary,
was announced as th "bearer of a special
message from His Excellency Gov. Jarvis.
The message was in jsubstance therisame
as that given to the State press, about
the time of tho Issue of I the Governor's
proclamation convening the Legislature
in extraordinary j session: It touched
only on the proposed sale of the Western
North Carolina Railroad, and in conclu
sion recommended np general legislation.
The Governor regarded the extra session
as having beeii "called for n gpeciflc pjir-
pbse, and urged that its duties would be
disciarged when St had acted on theques
tion he had felt it his duty to present to
it in the name and in the interest of the
people of Korth Carolitii.
A canvass among the ' members reveals
the Yft'et that there is an almost universal
desire that the VesUrn North Carolina
Railroad shall be sold, but the original Best
bill will doubtless go by (the boards The
desire for the sale by no ! means commits
the members to the text of the Best bill
and objections to lt fare urged at every
noint. and this1! amonz the warmest
clare absolutely that there should be no leg-1 Of the Washington PoVt long jinterview
idlation other than relates to the sale of the I of 3Ir. Seymour, the correspondent of the
Western North Carolina Railroadtbut the! Richmond Dispatch writing from
Democrats! at least favor an adjournment the 1 ton city, says : i ,
very moment the railroad question is settled. I The remark of the PosCt correspondent
How much general legislation there, shall be, I that he looks' fifteen years youn jejnthan Mr.
will thereforectepend upon when the com-1 Tildcn has been . repeated in my presence
mittee on ihe railroad is able to agree upon 1 time and again to-day by Congressmen and
T s -1 ' 1 I ' - .V- I f Kam . - Thio i tfAMr? a lias vfwiin ' rnita O
TnE BClTooi, btli. ixVESTiOATlox. i boom to Presidential speculations on both
Both the House and the Senate agreed to- sides it is difficult to find a jDemocrat,
day upon resolutions inquiring jinto the not recognizea partisan ior :some omcr
causes of the failure of the speakers of the candidate, who does not say Seymour and
U.i?irWfcWti6i.. tn ?m thi -rhnnl Mil Hendncks will make a ticket that can Deat
Both thesb officers asked that an j investiga
tion be had. It is understood that what
ever may be the result of the investigation J A Virginia paper asserts that there is
the school bill will again be presented to now m existence on a farm, near Eufield,
both houses. i J in this State, the stalk of what was once
an enormous growth of the cabbage spe-
A Bill in : Relation to the TV. K C. cies, which, when in full vigor, stood
-i Kailroatl. j j twenty -one feet high, with acircumferene
The General im of Nort1 Carolina of 6,tem f sixteeu inches wich ported
' do enact ' : f r ' no less uian seven uisimci anuiuiigrown
i' i.Lrvi lMr,'Li:r xtl i Icabbace' heads. Tlie pith of the stalk
i xtrTiiix - nnr. mi iif-i. in lii -tiiin - v : -
, . , . , ... '-i ii itlhas been hardened, until the close obser
ai ASseinoiy uereroiortJ imoBvu, inuviuuig i ,. .
' t 1i 1 1 ver would fail to distil
fiiends of the sale.
A new bill has been
are several lobacco warehouses at Hicko- drawn f which haV niet with Mr. Best's
ry, ana ine signs iuumic i i"3'! approval, and that of rion. ueo. uavis
are going to settle down on tobacco as a
staple crop. r ' ' ,
Mr. John H. Dalton, of Iredell county ,
was, we believe, the pioneer in the tobac
co business in that county. We remem
ber hearing him .say about thirty-five
years ago, that the ridge lands between
the Yadkin and Catiwba rivers were ad
mirably adapted to tie growth of tobacco,
and he spoke from actual tests and per
sonal observation. It is ouly of late years
it was thought the lauds of tlie mountain
Grant out of his boots."
for an appropriation of seventy thousand
the objections to
yet been given
and Judge Thos. ;Ruffin,:wili be presen
ted, and it will no doubt meet many of
the Best bill. It has not
l:o the public, but will
probably come up for action at once. It
is said to be much more favorable to the
State than the original Best bill.
Senator W. tJ Dortch, of Goldsboro,
introduced a bill! just after the reading
of the Governors' message, to stop all
appropriations to the Western North
Carolina Railroad, and auother to sell
dollars per annum' for ' the! purchase of
iron for the Westerjt orth Carolina Rail
road, be nnd the same are hereby repeal
ed, and the Treastrrerpof the State is
hereby directed not' to make any further
purchase !of iron foff said Railroad.
Sec. 2. That the convicts, to the num
ber of five hundred, assigned to work on
said Railroad, shall be .employed by the
President and directors of said Road, ex-
clusively on the line of said Road, from
Salisbury to Paint Rock, in the coun
tinguish ffc from pine
or fir wood. A traveler on i one of the
railways asserts that he pasied a station
where there was a female school, and saw
the young lady pupils r paly ihg croque
under the shade of the collardsv i
Fmflery i i
MEE0NEY. & BR0.
and regular work again, und reppectrjilly so
licit order. They hve in their employ Mr.
J A. GILL, one of the best Machinists In
the Country, with a lull lorce oi m
men. Are prepared to do all. kinds of repairs
on Engines and otnet .wscuinery, "
notice. Tlmr fouudery is in iuii opnwi
u. in Imn nr Rras. Their, Machine
Shop if turning out Sah, Blind, Doors, Moul-
dine, c, ana everyiumg cm ..-
linn Honnni WtniinZ anTUUDE til iuti5 rn-
eral branches, would do well to call and see
thera. They are still-manuiacturing iae cele
brated Meroney Plow.
FOR SALEBARGAINS I
One second hand 12-borse portable Steam
En sine, as good as new
Also, a 25-horse power Engine, now in daily
use, will be ior saie-in muunnjr mv. v.
and pee thera. . ;
FehL 19. 1880. , J. -. 18:3m
TO LAND & MINERAL OWHIBSi
- Persons owning
Farming or Mineral Laada j ;
- - 1 f -along the hi J
of the North Carolina Railroad, frohi Coh.l '
com to ureensooro, ana wisli to dhnoj M
VI IUU DtllUVf . l .u Villi Ou j; si"
Jxo. II. ENX1SS, AfftO
New York Land & Emigratioa Co I
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counties could be used pro&tabiy on tms Uie Atlantic and North Carolina Rail-
crop, road, and the Western! North Carolina
P Railroad; by a Commission composed of
the Treasurer of tlie State, ana two otner
Rev. J. R. Brooks is writing a series
very interesting articles for theXcwbern
A'lit Shell on drunkeuess and the poison-.
ous adulterations of. liquors sold , to the
neonle of this co;itry. He mentions
case. We do not nretend to understand ! t i t t .., s.1 n ow.l- t.nr.nn "
. .. I onln Kiif fln VAef tntnrmnM
the honest I rlui wu otc, u1 .
jjemocrats tuini, vney win sinipiy ivy io
State, nor did lie compromise any iu- among other facts that the whole prodac
jterest of the State, for she had none there, tion of the Champagne Wine District in
.Neither did he make debt for which she France does not exceed 800,000 baskets.
is bound. Indeed, he was not pretendiug of this Russia consumes 160,000, France
Jo act ill the capacity of ageut for the 162,000, Germany Uti.OOO, England 220,
Diate, out solely ir tue Westeru J. C. qoo; and vet the Uuited States consumes
Railroad. No cititizen, not a stockholder 1,000,000 baskets!
in tlie w. i. U K. K. Co. has any right This reminds of an incident in the Drag
to require hiui to answer tfor the money store of the late DriSill, of this place, be
lie brought away for the Western N. C. fore the war. A customer entered and
Railroad- ' asked- i - '
j lake it all-in-all, it is a mysterious "Doctor, have yoa any pure French
uo not pretend to understand Rrandv 11 want it ft
it thoroughly, but have ouly presented
such poiuts as seem reasonably clear.
What jjras the nature and history of the
claim of the Western Div'bUon-against the
; Dutch bondholders, or against the Road
held in mortgage by them 1 Whatever it
was it slipped away from them on the
AojQoljLdatiOUi .of -the-two divisions of the
WesteruJN. C. Raihoad, and the defend
ants in the Florida suit proposed to trade
r with" President Wilson, as the proper rep
resentative of the Western N. C. Road,
lie bad no right, claim or other thing to
; sell or compromise, but still he was in
the way of the Dutch bondholders fore
closing a mortgage on the Florida Road,
: and may have received the $25,000" just
A resolution in the House of Represen
tatives, not to go iuto general legislation
was laid over for the present.
Nothing was done in either house to
day, except the passage, by both houses,
of a resolution creating a committee of
twenty-five menibers fifteen from the
House, and ten from the Senate to
whom the whole railroad question should
be referred. The committee has not yet
Caucuses of both houses were held this
evening,, and it is said that a strong
effort is being mmle by the Republicans
to get a combined opposition to the
Burke Blade : Mr. Phillip Shull, of Up
per Creek township, while out in tlie
woods squirrel hunting, last' Wednesday,
accidentally discharged his gun, the con
tents taking effect in his body, and he
. , only lived a few minutes. Mr. Shall a
!..- t Af:, ..1.
Madison, until the same shall be comple- Iew "WK8 "" " "
' , has been very sick for several days, and
leu. . . .-...,..',.....
That Vhen the rmdiUr on said t,,e Uoctorf jested Jlr. bliuil to Kill a
Road shall be completed to the vicinity of 8l"irrel for his wife and, h? weDit ont to
A u.uv -
of said road shall have power to con
tract with any person, corporation or
company, to supply the necessary iron to
complete said Road and put it in good
condition from Salisbury to Paint Rock,
and also to supply the necessary engines
and rolling stock. j
Sec. 4. This act shall be in force from
Mr. Dortch, of Wayne proposes to in-
troduce the above.
Arrest of Train Assaulter.
ADULTS ARE SUliJECT TO WORMS
as well as children; therefore, how im
portant it is that the system should be
cleansed of these vile nests. Shiiner's
Indian Vermifuge will do if; effectually.
Application will be made to the Extrs
on ot me legislature oij .worth Caff.i;. 7
amendments to the -Charter of the Tn
Salisbury. : . . lfclmS
HOW TO SAVE Bld!JE?i
HARD-IS 1 jWABfi.
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And you will not only ave money, fcufgtt
the Best Good made, I You will find in ha ,
Well Selected Slock of ilinrd ware, M
Threshew, and bewirig niaclunef,
FOR THE LARGE AND
RAPID GROWTH Ol
Also, a Complete Manure for Tobacco,
Corn, Oats and all Vegetables.
SIP TERMS: $40 (cash) per Ton, or
450 pounds of Lint. Cotton, payable No
vember the 1st, 180.
Call and get circulars.
1 have aUo, (Jood Virginia Lime on hand
It, J. HOLMES.
9:Gt Salisbury, N. C.
Straw-Cutters fc Corn-Shellerg,
Grain Cradle. Grain and Groiiii Scvth. f
Plow. Hoes, Mattocks ami Picks. Shor.1. ;
Spades and Forks, Ola, Paint, Oil, Pun;
anJ Vamih, Lockt, llinm and Screw
DissinC CroSd-'Ciit, Hand and Mill Sawg.
Blacksmith & Carpenter!
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Tin and Hollow Warey Patent OIKW
Patent Fly-Fans and Traps.
BUGGIES, OPEN AND WITH TOPS.
Buggy-Harness, Harness Leather ind
Mountings, Wagon ami Biigfiy'MateriaUJ
With a shake of the -heaj
old man said ; ' 'f s
"My dear friend, I do not know, proba
bly I have not. Wehave what we sell
as Erench lirandy, but I have ray doubts
whether there is a 'snllou of vure r rench
Brandy in the State. -
An article iu the Stale Journal of recent
date, showed that large quantities of the
wine productions of (he Tokay vineyard
are shipped North where it is nianufactr
urcd iuto Champagne.
Fkanxk to Take Pakt ix the Cele
bration of the Battle ok Yokktowx,
take advantage of circuinstauces.
While there ; is much
Detective Jack Wrenn, of Richmond,
has been, for the past two weeks, work
ing up tlie case of the train depredations
which have been going on between Thoui
asville and High Point for over a year.
The trains have been repeatedly fired in
to and rocked, and it has been impossi
ble to discover the miscreants, but when
Detective Wrenn took charge of the mat
ter, the railroad men felt confident that
he would do something; and they have
not been disappointed. Last 1 Saturday
he arrested two men living betweeu the
places mentioned. Their names are
Arthur Mendenhall and Mack Albertson.
The latter made a violent resistance when
he was .arrested, bnt afterwards confessed
JONES.McC iUBBIHS & Co.
Have just opened a Complete and
Atti active Stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Notions, Clothing, Groceries, &c,
Which they will be enaMed to offer to the
public and old patrons at as low prices, as any
one. Call nnd see us Main street, next
door to Hoi nil's Jewelry Store.
CHEERING ITBWS !
THE0. F. KLUTTZ.
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HAS .TUST RECEIVED A UAK-LUAD
Celeliratei Home Fertilizer ! !
The Chemicalx for making 1 Ton will be
sold for 14, or 200 lbs. fif Cotton ' No
vember. - . .
T,, f'..tfm Si-d or Stable Manure required.
This Fertilizer is fullv equal to the high-
urS.l Kn-rallpfl (Jnanos. and at less than halt
tlie price. I refer to tiie following well known
gentlemen, who used it last season on cotton:
John V. 15arrinirer. Jas. 1$. Gibson, V. F
C- r f
Vaif,n T ho, i:. alson. it. i. Uiwan, . J
Meares. A. Tait, J. ii Cauble, J . r . lirown,
E. C. Lentz. S. J M. J'.rown, ami many otliers.
Call early for vour Piipplis and nave money.
T. F. KLUTTZ, Drurjgist.
other articles too tedious to
mention. . - ;i
At Heilig's old stand, main street,
30: ly , J
Horse and Cattle Powders;
The largest Package and smallest dose.of any
Powder made, and warranted to dual! that it
claims. Manufactured at
18:tf . BAEKER'S Drug Stort
LTTOH.XKY AT L1V,
SALISUURY,.r. C, J
Practices in the State and Federal'
A Xew and Select Stock of Hooks, Station-
pi-v. ti- . incl iidimr th followiiiir lioimlar
t : ii.. r . l i 1 . . . . - c- -o m.
among memucrs ot uie legislature uuoui to several of the leprelations, ami will School Series :
the exact terms of the i sale, there is an
almost uuiversal sentiment that a sale
can and ought to be made, if the pur
chasers will agree to such terms aud re
strictions as will protect the citizens of
doubtless give State's evidence against
Mendenhall, and probably otliers, as it is
thought that more than these' were con
cerned in the outrages. They were taken
to Greensboro from High Point, two hun-
15. At a meeting of adj ournedf early
Cerial Franchise, De of importance. !
the State from; uujnst discriminations, dred people assembled at tlie depot of the
and give them reasonable freight tariffs, latter place to see the prisoners. They
Raleigh, March 10th, 9 p. m., 1830. had a preliminary hearing before Justice
Your correspondent has little to report Mendeuiiall, of Greensboro, and were!
so far. Both Houses of the Legislature committed to jail in default of $1 ,(KX)
-Xew lork, March lo. At a meeting ot adiournedf early without doing anything bail.
the members of the tenal r rancaise, De 0f importance. ! Everything and every- To fire on a train is probably about as
to get ut of the way. If so,Mt was a I L'Harnionie, held at the Club House yes- h,ody seems to lie awaiting the action of mean a thing as a man can do, involving German Reform, Gospel Hymns, &C
Emei son's Arithmetics and Algebras,
Hymn Books Methodist, Presbyterian,
gratoityuot to the State, but to the terday, for the purpose of taking action tjie j()jnt committee of twenty-five. This as it does two of the worst and most dan
W estern N. C. Railroad, which was hin- in reference to the centenniar celebration committee met this afternoou, and Sena- gerons criminal features, undiscrimina
Ueriug a legal process,paying them to get of the battle of Yorktown, it was unani- tor Dortch consumed the entire time in a ting expression of malice and ' difficulty
two bills introduced by him on yesterday.
C. M. Cook, of Franklin, is to follow him
on tho other side to-morrow. The oot-
out 'of tjie way m that the property could niously voted that Leon Chatteau be re
come to sale unencumbered. ! questd to act as interpreter of the senti-
There is, wo think, -embiance of ex ents and opinions of the French popu-
tra omciousnesa iu the press in calling on lutiou f America, in urging the French
President Wilson toaccount for the mon- gayernment to take tho immediate neces-
y received by him. So far as ! Rollins & measuresin the matter of the cele-
Co. areQpcerneil their call is with es- h rat ion as soon as j President Hayes shall look to-night is that the new Best bill
ixjcial bad grace, and reojjndapne of tlfe 8end the French -government a tormal win certainly be reported, but theindica
flying thief who cries "stop thjef Con- invitation to assist in the comuiemora- Uong aro that will be a week hence be-
cealment of the money has not been at- tlon M- Chatteau accepted the mission fore ay measure for the sale gets into
teinpteil and ia duei time President Wil-UI snort speecu. j tie promisea to give guch ft gmpf, a ito ,ncet all opposition.
son wiU show all that he is reiuirea to do, every enort, to ccurotue success oi tue RaleigiiJ March 17th 1880.
strong speech in opposition to the sale of of detection, and it is to be hoped that
tho Westem North Carolina Kailroad, as the full measure of the law will Ims meted
at present iropdsed, and in favor of tho ont to these men, if found guilty, of which
there appears to be very little doubt.
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WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES,
Steel Pens, Inks, Pencils, Slates,
Visiting Canls, Playing Cards, Cray
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the Celebrated Fifteen and Sixteen
PUZZLE. All cheaper than ever be
fore offered to the trade.
22:tf. At EN MSS Drug Store.
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Birst's Celebrated Garden Seeds.
REMEMBER THAT .
is the only Seed-Grower
who WARRANTS his Seeds. Look "at
everv naner of Ferv's, Landreth's, Sibley's,
&c., &e., and see it you nnu any irarrum
7 .a .11
noon them. Beware ot worthless, un
warranted commission Seed, and come to
Kf.TTTTZ'S for Bnist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
THE0 F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
20;ly. ! f
nnr rttiioV Tiirp As thousands can
testifv. Nothing has been 'jnal to it for
the cure of colic, cramjis and dwuhea Ac.
in tht ir worst forms. Manmactured at
ld:tf BARKER'S Urug fetore.
jo defenee of himself.
The Speaker; of the House and the
' Irs Cokditios.- Gov. Jar vis in pre
paring hun message for "the extra session,
called ou tho President of the Western
N. C. IL K. to report on its present con
dition. The report is too long for our
columns, but the President near the
conclusion of it, sums up the subjects em
braced in it as folloAvs . , j
T The road ha vine about reached Ashe
vUle,' for further progiesi of die work we
A Sad Spectacle at the American President of thej Seiiate this morning an-
viii'iktu. i nounceu me Dituies ui iue inemueis oi uie
joint committee of twenty-five, to whom
is referred the matter of tho Western
North Carolina Railroad. The committee
is a follows. From the Senate: Leach,
Special to the Richmond Dispatch.
Washington, ,Maipli 9. Bob Ingersoll,
Atheist and lte$i1lican, delivered his
lecture on "The KJods" at the National
, re confronted with these facts aud fig-
of Davidsou : Hpavidsou, of Buncombe :
Theatre last nighty at seventy-five cents Erwin, of McDoWell ; Dortch, of Wayne ;
a head, to a great crowd, in which fash- Graham , of Ltycoln ; Mebane, of Cas
lonable ladies nnd grey-headed men were well ; Bryan, j of Pender Democrats ;
conspicuous, benator Jiruco was the on- Graham, of Montgomery : Evcritt, of
lire which candor and a- nroner sense of br Senator presenj,.and several uiembers Forsvth : W hite, of Perquimans Repub
puuiic duty requiring ine to again refer of Pie House liadl ladies with them. A Hcans. From tlie House : Carter, of Bun
a n ivm v,rSlulan a Presbyterian and a Corabe ; Cooke, of Franklin ; Brown, of
mV 'nhvell known political-orator, as there, Ufecklenburff : MCobb. of Lincoln: Cov
JU'UVU I 1 l... :.. l : ii.i l . u !J . " . s
12.000 "U"D jvr curresponueut uuit inston, ot Union ; liryson, ot swain ;
1U,UUU " was me sauuesc spectacle; ne . ever oe- Lockhart, of Anson ; Richardson, of Col
nem.ro sceiie ;o men-applauding and hbus : Vaugh, of Alleghany: Bernard.
0 000l - -& -r ' ; oi I 111 ; i.ivi, oi viiuiw u;i uciuocniti ,
Killed by ax Oat Seed. Ezra R.
Hare, residing at No. 3 House avenue,
...no eaUoil litcf Til II ril :1 V Wltll HII:1KI1IA
.v - - Mi . r
aud cramps, from which he recovered Vsrerman lVJ-llltt xiazs
luir. hut was noiiin Attacked on Spoil, elienn at EXN1SS
Tnnoilii vlisn Tip ' At-1 ii n-'ia r'ill! wllO
found the man ou his arrival iu a state of l-USSOiUHon xi owtc :
collapse (or nearly pulseless). The pa- The firm of Overman C Holmes is thif day
tuMit riinidlv sauk and died Tuesday di-solved by mutual consent, ah pmon.in
night. Yesterday Dr. Akin held an atop-
sy of the case, which revealed some nov
el aud interesting facts. ; It appears that
at some time Mr, Hare had swallowed an
oat, which entering the stomach, had en
o. c. s. 1
Our Canxh Syrnp. The most palata
ble, soothing and efficacious remedy ever
nlaced before the public for that rnost
dreaded of diseases, coughs, eoldsr&c
manufactured at liARKhli "?
"1 Iv firnvifinn PiU'OT.
Davidson County, , , im l
i j -- .- -
R.J.Cecil, Adm'r of Evn Da-1
vb, dect d. . Ptff.
W. C Datis, widow, and Chal
nwrs liavis. Marv . Da-
vis. II. I). Jenkins and wife, Petitionto
Susjiii S. Jt-nkin. Thos. F.Da- Ksell land If
vis. Aiwln-w Hoflrnan'anuwife I Assets.
Antoint tit- C. Hoffman, Olivia
C. Davis Ida V "Davis and Jno
V Davis (the three lart nam'd
being minors without Rtiafd-
iansj heir-at-law, Defdls.) r " : ..
it nnnearinp- to the satisfaction of the
Court, by tlierSheriff's returns and Plaintiff
atlitlavit, that Chalmers E. Davis, one 01 w
Defendants in the above named proceeding',
is a non-resident of thislSiate, and isa mc
essary party to the final determination w
this proceeding in reference to real esiaw
this State It is therefore ordered by tb
Court, fliat publication be made once a week
for nix consecutive weeks in VM.snaxwvi
"Watchman, newsnaiier published in W
IJI A HI M U V town of Salisburv, notifying the 4'JPf(
T I A ly r (ill ers E Davis, to appear before the. Ct ;
1 Ullii 1 11W f the Suiwrior Court of Davidson Qotintj,j
debted to Overman x Holmes are request to
call at once and settle. W . II- Ovekmak,
March 16, 1880. M. L. Holmes.
Having purchased the interest of mt part
ner n the Slioe Store. 1 hereby iniorm ray
friends and the public generaly, that I w ill
The floating debt is..
A wo engines now required. . .
-Rolling stock uow required. .
Hetfafriug bid. cngiues. . . j . .
Machinery for shops,. I..
Covering of Catawba bridge
1U0,0)0 cross-ties ...
ilu miles new irou . ,
; 50 hauds ditching 3 years.
tered the apieidixf or blind Sac, situated continue the busineps at the old stand, where
at the base of the ascending colon. The can behad good Coods "jj"
oat, after lodging in the! appendix, caus
ed .ulcerations of the organs of the sto
mach in immediate contact with the ap
pendix! The oat finally worked its way
HOW WATCHES EE; MADE.
It will be apparent to any one, who will ex-
Would save money
enough to buy only
THE BEST BRANDS
(Dissolved Bones), and other Materials
PRICES: $3 to $10 for making One
Ton or KM) lbs. Cotton, payable Nov. 1st.
at his office in the Court house in Uxin-rtf
on .Monday, the 2Jth! day" of Ijirchi le
l . 1iifh
ami answer or icmur 10 trie peiiiiwuTLv-,
has leeu filcUn this proceeding, oterw
u iltbe taken according j
prayer ot the petitioner.
Charles L. lleitman;
Attorney for Petitioner.
P.Towe, C. S. C.
Korili OaroM : Presiiitena
No efforts are sua red to make tnw
Vorrh ('.iiolina Presbvtenw
Jesa worth of old rails. . .
, vst meet tlis letpureineut and to
11 : ..'. t it. i . 5 . I . i ' .
160()()0 SC,J" uioeiuuueu tuaii mere is no uou Clark, of Craven ; Davis of Madison;
, 20,000 1 hut Reason, and asked who wilt be the Ellison, of .Wake ; Scott, of New Han-
- -1 successor ot Jesus Christ. 1 weuty years overr-Republicans. It is believed that
lj-.31 .UUU I a rrn rllldi nnillinll Wiinl1 nnt lioru fnlop. 1 TV. J
! Uted his brilliant ribaldry and his bias- nm in favor of the sale ' with tiie excen-
.. .. ...i... $221,000 Phemy in comic trimmings, . and yet it is tion of Messrs. j Dortch and Richardson.
H,rm,rl. m..1 ,wrforsired the anncudix. amine a Solid Uold watch, tnaj aaetroru
.. , .. 1 , . the necessary thickness fur engraving and pol
wmcii, eomoiueu wiiu xne uiceuuiou, . , . . - proportion Gf t,e precious met
caused death. Troy (N Y.) Whin. aj 9 needed only to stiffen and hold the
ensrraved portion in place, and supply the
I - i: I ,K Tli onvnlio
t r. r .ir. 0Hvr.ntnr. necessary soiiu ii auu "-i"'"'
xvev. .. T Uold is actually needless so tar as UTILITY and
whilst in England, according to one ot the U lt are concerned. In James Boss'
leading London papers,! He jwas able to PATENT GOLD "WATCH CASES,
rescue from death the little son ot a gentle- . . of precious metal is overcome, and
man. a Mr. Ho?e. whose kind hospitalities .ama soliditv and strength produced
' ' . '-- .1 . I . , .i .: l . u If nt !. ..c...l on.t
he was enjoving. The boy had caught lire, at irom one-uuru 10 .
i a n. r- of solid cases. Ihis process is of the most
when his screams were heard. Dr. Deems .... --ft1iftW(l. a nUte ot nickle
BlUipiW - v - - - r r
As there are a great many Spurious and both attractive and useful. Todo ttn
ferlor brands offered vou at low figures, present such a variety of moral anu
.i.i. nm ftliinneil under thft nnme of I irious readinsT as will be read oy
vvbbbxm ' -. I I
UUUei UIU IlillUC Oi I giwua 1 1""0 ..... - i aj
"Chemicals," to avoid taxation and nnaly- and old, rich ana poor, Clergy ""r:-
sis, I repeat, you should be Very Careful learned and Unlearned. Our special
and saH3 your money by getting such is to publish a live paper. fak
it numoers -among iw -""v"i";
gotds as are legally authorized to be sold
in the State, and have been analyzed and
t ii...... t T llpnrv CW" -
J. Ii. Adger and A. W- Miller
7 . . . . t l- ir ifowlinif. -v'
era -Iia. M . AtklllKOH. 11.. Ii. n""'-r
ri Don't forget also that I continue to P VJ", j w,i,,,i,fr. El F. Rockwel1' V
, a Mr. Hoge, whose kind ! hospitalities the game solidity and strength produced keep the old established and reliable H . Daltw11 L. c. Vass, lirG: Hill,
NAVASSA" and 'TACIFIClSkVioSon
rose, S. M. jSmitli. l.
to tnkft - nnre-mindcf) 1 t.
Mt. - 1-1 HI 1 1 f-Kf lllt:ltiwl tn i.icf CvlUlirVMl .!. . . I
V h,l"vT' Z7ZZ"nSm" womeu had Christian mothers Dortch would be
i7T and m atmronriation of :A70.iifMi , J t0 1,car ,nm- 1 couldn't holp saying to "Best Bill " bat at a
1 annum. , -.1 atu, however.' of the oninion I nlJ lrgima friend, as Ii
further of the nature of its
was thought the objections of Mr.
removed by the new
meeting of the com-
io tola mo of the mitten this afternoon, he took stronir
iiuu our nri earning will be verv jrreatlv eloancnt infidel tv of th lecturer, that inft'tt if Tha;fAmmiffiui ia cfill
v i " " I t i f ' 1 UIVUHU utLUiiiau im uv v w 1.1 u i , o ovin
u at. Tillllt- T'rki.l.- 1 ?
HIkiu the completed parti the lino to V 17 8UU mOVe8 because he tain anything
Pmut Rock cnld bo finished aud a few Meyes uis isibie says IE aoes, is sublime proceedings.
. 1.. t... i.iiii .1 1 was in i i 1. . 1 a
iuuev m mc uhu;iiii w uucmowu, out comparea wuu lugersou s most spienuiu l the ocestios of oekgral ; leoislatiott.
. ..A . .... .l.'J.l.i I .--"J - .... j ... , ! I. : ; 1 r '
T l, w .Mw;u(iisuJoiway passage about luu and Thor and the Several- attempts have been made in the
increased aruinirs ve are likelv to have ther dead of the ancients. During House to ascertain whether or not the Gen-
. - - 1 11. x rr- j i i - ' - s - - u
to have, only in tailuro tuid a sale of the Vf veigu 01 x error iu raiice sucu scenes eral Assembly wouia go into general legi-
tud w Uh no guaiju;te it iu comide- j as that witnessed at the National Theatre I lation. A large number of members have
Jwu'- i last nicht were common.- and it mar be I bills which the? hone to nush throncrh. and
.. . . r. .; -: o 1
that the American capital is prepannjr it-1 a strons effort ! will be made to repeal the
T wor rabid do were killed near Hick, self for a, reign of Radicalism worse than general road law. The prevailing opinion
was sitting with the family, the host being
absent. He rushed to the kitchen and found j
the bov enveloped in flames. With rare
. . - 1
presence of mind he took in the situation.
He pulled off his coat, in which were his let
ters of credit, passes, etc., and throwing it
around the lad, saved him from a horrible
f-nmoosition metal, especially adapted to the
purpose, has two plates of solid gold solder
ed one on each side. The three are thenass-
ed between polished steel rollers; and the re
sult is a strip of heavy plated composition,
from which the case, backs, centres, bezels,
fcc. are cut and shaped by suitable dies and
formers. The gold in these cases is sufficient
ly thick to admit of all kinds of chasing, en
graving and enamelling; the engraved, cases
have ben carried nntil worn perfectly smooth
... (i - i rjv Lime nllU UCC vr i vnuu v iciuuiihk s;wau
The weather has even outdone enor's D7 J. B. . r& fa Twb0
prophecy. He propesied tht snow on rlates of Solid Goid Cl Warranted
the 17th ist. would probadly reach as far fey Ul Certificate. !
south as Boston aud New York, whereas ' for sale by J. & H. HORAH,and all other
afaw 'HnlrAAnf Know have fallen as far Jewelers. ' 22:ly
south as Danville Va., and Monroe, N. C,
M. Wharey t I'rof J
And COTTON MIXTURE, which I have uelia Phillips fepencer
been selling for the last 12 years with perfect and many others
i iii- . Mrs. v-
Mrs. H.1- i1"'"
ory last week.
is ha ever jet scn,
1 seems to be that it would be unwise to de-
while in Lynchburg and Richmond the
the ground is white. I
SuoW fell in Monroe! Friday morning.
Letter and Note Heads, Billheads,
Cards and Envelopes printed to order
at very low rates. Call-at this office.
satisfaction. You have on! to ask those who
have tried thera. Do not waste time, money and
trouble by experimenting wilh the many new
and untried brands now going to be offered yon.
You will do well to consult the undersigned
(who for the last 14 years has made this a spe
cial business) before urchasins.
J. ALLEN BE0WN.
P. S Mr. J A. Coot. my authorized
Agent at China Grove, and will sell at Salis.
bury prices. 15:tapl0
O. V. V.
Our Vegetable Vermifuge. Tho great
est known remedy for expelling worms. Safest,
j . i;.u. r ...... r.. wA 1
1 surest ana most reiiauic. miutvunu .
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- Editor d- Propy, H Ununfjwn,.-
BARKER'S ttTEK PI
Though a new pVeparationVhajffJjj
universjil ftJitisfaction, and w vf
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mKE UP- YOUR !
AKE UP YOUR V
Th REST Weekly in Westera-Y
1 CarolinaOnly $1.50 a year in a!-
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