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THURSDAY MARCH 25. (860
i : j .it i
tiffin ImmIv urHnv;M hIhwIv jiud caa-l
tiously. Tho Conuwf tleo ou the Railroad
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ale reported a redrafted Best) bill on
MomUUSferal important amendments
have been made in it.
But in the midst of tho labors tr Leg
islators on "this Bill Hale' WeeUtfpt Tues
day publishes another bid, not only for
the Western X. C. bat Jilso for the N. C.
acid Atlaniio", nud tlu-jN'orth Carolina Iload.
This ofler is by Geo, A. Fitch, for Wal
lace and associates. Tlwy propose to
take up all these roads, subject to all the
debts and mortgages upon them,: and
pay the Stttte'.$750,()6o in cadi! -They
propose td tii'il h the Western JS. C..to
Paint Rock by the year 18dl. They do
not pmiKse to Wild ' the'.Ditcktewn
branch, but promise; to irbirandfeqnip it
if the State or, her citizens shall trade,
tie and bridge it.. If the party making
this offer is able to do what they propose,
it must, we think, haul a. good dcjalof the
wind out of the sails of the Best Syndicate.':--
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But there is still another bid by James
R. Doughty, iof which we know hot little.
With three distinct propositions before
the Legislature; its members oijay only
find it the more difficult to agree ' npon
onev : -I ' --if'.; : ' " : 1
.A Surry, county correspondent of .the
'Winston Sentinel has this to say about
candidates for Qovcrnor : "Xow, as to the
political sitnation, give ris Fowle for
Governor;' We are satisfied lie) can get
more votes in Surry than any living man,
; unless it be Maj. Bobbins, and for him
we hare another place." j
With reference pto" the. Presidency the
same correspondent says : " 'Third. term'
means more .than Grant for President.
We ,Jneed no 'strong government' we
need no 'strong man' in the White House
iu tJieseuse in which the Radicals use it.
We want and. need a man strong in miud,
free from sectional prejudice, from .party
bias.7 A man with a will of his own, one
not to be warped and duped by political
friends and party tricksters a mfere ball
of clay in the hands of potters-j-a mau
who will run this once great gro.vernment
in jthe interest of the people and not of
a party. Our liberties weie purcliased by
the Vrions blood of Reyolutionalrv sires:
shall tlieir sufferings!, hardships aud pri
vations be blotted from the' pages of our
history and tradition? Are we such un
worthy sons of noble sires as to sit with
hands folded and tamely submit to the
ruthless hand of the foul usurer ?" .
: Artificial Diamonds. Some anon ths
agQj tho Scientific American announced
that a. chemist iu Europe had at iast ac
complished the great triumph in chemis
try; of converting carbon into the dia
monds A week or two later proved the
statement ith fine. The supposed diamonds
failedtb stand the tests required, and so,
like mauypiecediug trials, this 'one-was
pronounced a failure. But the American
of "March 27, comes up, with the news
that the efforts of another man, Mr. J.
Ballartttue Hannay, of Glasglow is the
fortune gentleman to discover the meth
od of making artificial diamonds' which
fully : realize all the requirements, and
stand all the tests applied in rhe trial of
them. If this really be true, then the
value of diamonds will feel the shock, and
the tinie may come when they will cease
to be rare. ; J r
Mr. J. S. Tomlinson, Ltailroad agent at
" Hickory, in reply to a Wilmington, cor
respondent in the Charlotte Observer,
complaining f freight discriniinations
against Charlotte and Wilmington,hows
that the discrrmi nation practiced; by the
Western road are exclusively iu;favor of
; these two cities, and against every other
town and city in or out of the; State.
This is simply inexcusable.- Whylshould
Salisbury,; Greensboro !and Raleigh be
j discriuunated against t , Who will rise to
explain this grossiujusticeT . j
.TiiE Latest. Tlio Bridgepoii Nctcs
describes ; an in veu t ion credited tea
-Bridgepiir Yiuikee, to prevent niarket
meu from palming off old eggs for fresh
fresh, ones. He puts a rubber stamp in
every hen's nest, with a moveable date,
connected with a pad of indelible ink.
When the hen lays an egg and kicks out
her hind leg in leaving the! nest,
she; operates the . stamp and the egg is
" permanently dated. Someone must go
at the close of each day and change the
date in the stainpjmd the work goes on
The first elephant born in the United
Mates madejts appearance March 10th,
in the elenliant hmua rii-
Bailey's circus, Philadelphia, li tc ft
- - - - w iiNi iir at.
fdnale' 4 feet 6 inches long, 33 inches
high, and weighed 213i pounds. Its
motner fromCeylou, India, is 23 jears old
and weighs 8,000 pounds. The period of
. gesranon ot the elephant was, j in this
case, 20 months and 20 da vs. The babv
elephant throws back its trunk and sucks
like a calf. -
jTlie Mecklenburg Presbytery was in
session at Dallas, hist week. J.imp vn
liams was licensed to preach, and was
-appointed evangelist for the monnfain
ciMiutry dnruig the samraerV't ti Miller
of, Charlotte, was appointed to -perform
iyaiigt:lietic workiu the nionntaius, at
his discretion, we presume. The Fall
meeting will bo hehPat Llncolnton on
the 3d of November. j 5
: A new-plastering machine has been
patented by a Michiganer, with which
, . ,
linn ntmi nan Mir. .....1. ..r j. 1 .
TTJ: lu"' auu ln
a euiicnor niauncr.
rt-jkJ L..k l. Lt...t.
profitableneiss of raising Cotton iuid To-
hacco; GroW isf A vabto important and
- juuimj (injuucii ui uin buu limn iuey , I
YHiuaoiu priniucb oi I um boh mail tuey, i
.inn anil nfilmnl int.iiAii. Am irn i
taut as this truth ia there are but few
who really seem to appreciate its magui-1
nAmiKtv from flip nrth. from v!ir tf rer I
lUUO i UUk UrCilUBC UiUSt BUI MUI11U I
only requiring to )e harvested, it is taken
into Darns anaiei ip stock wunouc any I
I rA Lrx iifl.
GRASS, -- I
to be too: generally: j counted' ont, or ntiUc8Pie'8 accomplice, comes bacfc tons
nrmlnrta nf t)i fjrm ir n liiT nmri.inn I
Khould bo made in the ireneral lav-ontof I
i " t ' v I
me year s worK. ; i nis is unquestionably
a great error, ana-one wnicn cans tiori
amouumeu Aiore nirention snouia oetj
given io jjie prouaciiou oj grass, ootii as 1
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to quality anu paaniuy. hot tne oetter
the uality-the better tho results io its
nsft! 1 nnd lirfTpr't)i' ntKi'tififw
greater the profits of jthe form1. ' r ' J
M We have been ledf into tljese remarks
by tho fact that ! ;'a'(',t3
oxe hundred CAR loads
of grass have been" shipped from this J
nnint tinr tlm fYltU QcnfamUf l.,ef I
The larger part of it was; very common j
meauow nay, wuicii seiaom onngs a good I
price in the markets ! simplv because it is
not worth much except as a last resort.
And yet there is no doubt the "quality of
our meadow Jmy can be greatly improved
and the quantity vastly, increased. Farm
efs should find out the ways to do this.
But the chief of all id this relation, they
should give niorei attention to the "fine
cultivated grasses, orchard,' clover, timo
thy,' &c These grasses raised on good
uplands are, worth twice or three times as
much as our coarse meadow hay, and
when properly managed yield two or
three times moro to: the acre. . Indeed,
they are more valuable than cotton or
tobacco. " j
Tliere is a family of proplo at Conover,
Catawba county, named Jennings, who
have supported themselves for years, it is
thought, by artful bfgging throtigh the
mails. They succeeded in deceiving the
Graphic, a New Yorkfliteraryjournai of
note, whose editor qecamo the? medium
through whom theTgifts of charitable peo
ple in that city were ent out to this fam
ily. These gifts summed up handsomely,,
and were in response to a moving story
of affliction and destitution published in
the Graphic under the following attract
ive heading, displayed in capital letters :
"Destitution : Heart liemling Story. The
South Starving and Anpcalinn for Aid
from the Xorth.'1 j
Some how or other jthe benevolent heart
of the Graphic was, after a while, disturb
ed by Gonbts of the genuineness of this
story of distress. Southern newspapers
were silent on" tho'subject of a "starving
South They diflu even complain of
short crops, dry meadows, low waters.
laud not much of tho Scarcity of money.
And then the Graphi? doubtless happen
ed to remember that as a general thing,
mere are no beggars jiu tho South. Iu
lew of these facts the editor opened a
correspondence with j some reliable man
iu Catawba, as we learn, and by him was
u formed that Cataivba was all right no
body starving there but horses, cows,
pigs, and sheep were iu great plenty and
in first rate order. Thereupon, the Graph-
tc bundled up the gifts he had received
and placing them in ihe hands of a trus
ty agent, sent him all tho way to Conover
to look into the business with an ve for
the fair thing honesty in begging. The
agent called on the Jehningses, and found
tliem living iu very Icomfotable style-
nice little house, welljfurnished, even to
a parlor organ. He looked for the starva
tion about Conover, Hickory and Xewton
and didn't find it; but on the contrary
found a beautiful, thriving country aboun
ding with tho good blessings of Heaven.
With the best grace he could command,
he returned with his! gifts aud ere this
has reported to the Graphic, all in a word
"sold." And now' they say the Jen
ning8es will have to gp to work or change
their foraging ground: ' ; rF
Another New Sect. A new sect, de
nominating itself "The Salvation Army,"
isjust beginniug to work.itself into public
notice in New York and Philadelphia:
The organization is inj effective strength
m London, England aud has just sent
over a corps of officers to this country, to
. . . - i
0 uowuug OI
iuc creeu proiessea, whicli probably eom-
Lnri$uA nnt1iinn naw kri.- a:.; ..t:
tbeonran zstum nm. f A u
Gospel to those who will not attend the
ways, to theatres andUloons, and where-
ever people can be drawn toother
hear it. We quote-The army now
embraces 122 corns.l directl hr in
officers. Meetings are held every Week j
iu 100 ineaires, uance-iiaiuwarehouses,
. . .......; UuuU1y
it is estimated that 60.000
tliese meetings each week, and 74,000 the
13 A !c!P lufe ; tfte :W
. "P" air meeiinjs is
put uown at 2,000,00(1.
A doctor iu New York had a pet Florida
alligator. During al cold snap he left
open the window of the room in w hich it
was kept. Next nidrning the water in
which the reptile lay jtvas frozen and his
let was stiff as a poker. But he rubbed
it and laid it by a stove, pried open its
mouth and dosed if wjth liquor and after
two honrsworking restored it tu life, f
Amelia Linkhaw.i the slavers of TA r
it... --II- .x:.T.-. l
8 reCentll mTn?
ence,S.C-to aAntVnmh ii
r.i , ' - .0 .7 : "
.wax.. o.n,.n (iu Visa
. , r
V.....UOIUH, nmj oecanie in teres teti in ner
, while he was in brison and orw,,
i0 i - if. A 1
'"arjJW4-UUl,E3 11 1L11: IIPX. I
,Ottc.ReBaW, Mlv-Henderioiilias in
fhiiilnrrl n. Kill iti IiLm Turtlt nni ft.
ction of crops iir ilowuui Requires the
ownerji f . stocked keeptheni np. ;..
uim a.n iumm, uuu win
... -tmo im .- inr-vi, nuu nut
tllA II ft 17 1 V
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Improved akd ExLARGED.Sflyl this
wwiv . Alio BWIJ u& UID
marriajre. at looresville. of Joe fimni
colored, nephew of the Joe .Gillespie who
" ito ,'"p1.f wjr ijjiorjniie,
to the Tvulow of Jnle T)nv1)tnti. fhn IfUr
Tlic'pafties are renresented UK white, find
tbe iiwaginatir writer says: "The cere-
"""y -1, juawj ui ujc open air, ana was.
DV"U,"J, yE iyuiHieufc miuisier oi
wo '"rJ1 vnurcu. xue wuuness
ucigiiwrueu oy lae wiera-
lil'a 1S1 .11 :i 1. :
iwuuvcu uy pine torcuca neia
by the i attendants of the bridal party.
SeVCaral hundred nersonfl witnna1 1im
cereonTi f ih njinistcr omitted to ob-
serve the Ume-honored custom in this
section of claiming 'the first kiss from the
oiusuing wiougn mature bride. Just as
t,,e word wer 4 pronounced which made
UlO twain One. A number nt bom. who n em
crouched on top of a, neighboring house,
w6au' y . uuu uicu? ixacuing
tne eaH of the marriage party, "Old
Ande Joe was handged on a sour apple
Some one in anticipation of .the result
of the re-election of Grant, to the Presi
dency, has'coinpiled from the newspa
pers of '1827 items which he thinks
will be current news at that time, from
which it appears that Grant it styled
thus; VUIysses I, Emperor." And then
follows Court news in which we have
dukes, and dutchesses, lordB and ladies,
Imperial commissioners, &c. Let the fol
lowing suffice to indicate the character
of the news of the day :
His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor
Ulysses I, accompanied by the Empress,
theCrOwli Prince Frederick,nd a numer
ous suite r arrived at the palace yesterday
after a week's visit to the Duke of Penn
sylvania at his palatial residence, Cam
eron - Hall, ' Harrisburg. His Imperial
Majesty, wo are , happy to announce, is
in the best of health. The I nine rial escort
consisted of a Battalion of the Guards
aud two companies , of the Household
Orphanage. There is a privatelinsti
tution at Clinton, 8, C, under the care of
some earnest christians there, known as
tho Thornwcll Orphanage. Its object is to
support, educate and train orphans. No
servants arc employed. All the work of the
establishment is divided out among the
pupils. It is supported by private chari
ty. The annual expenses, including every
thing, is about $70 a pupil per annum.
The benevoleut who have funds ro spare
would do well to bestow it on this insti
tution, Rev. W. P. Jacobs is president
of the institution. A daughter of the dis
tinguished divine whose name it bears,
is the school teacher.
Game. Under this head the Charlotte
Observer reports the feats of sportsmen in
that city. Are tho game laws not in force
from and after the 15th March t
We learn from the same paper that two
railroad hands on the Statesvflle and
Charlotte road were overwhelmed by a
slide, while digging out gravel in a cut,
and were not relieved for about one hour.
One of the men had a leg broken in two
places, and sustained numerous other in
juries of which he died shortly after be
ing taken out. The other was also seri
ously hurt, but it is hoped ho will re
cover. Revenue Seizure. Deputy Collector
Young yesterday detained niuetv boxes
of tobacco at the Richmond and Danville
depot,! for irregularity in the stamping.
It was the property of Davis &. Son, of
Mocksvillo. A quantity of tobacco be
longing to this samo firm was seized in
this city, a short while ago, for the same
irregularity. Char. Observer.
Don't talk to a man or a woman when
thy are closely engaged in attention to
running machinery. A momentary diver
sion of the mind from the work may cost
a finger, or a life. Wait until they are
clear of the wheels, then speak. The
Newbern At Shell mentions two acci
dentstrifling ones, it is true which oc
man nil lusi ytbck, iroiii a mo-
curred in that city last week, from a mo-
" "'F""' i" uie ui
.A8Ium and otuer8 pressing for ad-
ll?lUS "Bd aceufc bpU8e8 are
Lfi,led' Preparations making to add
, " lorchHPht ca,ls ou t,,e Legi
iatuio for an appropriation. This insti
totion is undoubted bestowing a great
blessing on the helpless onihans of the
State, and deserves to be sustained.
James Cochrane, formerly of the U. S.
Navy, proposes to make New York har
mr. n ,ni w
i,,, ,ni ; nn w t wn; .
and having gates for the passage of ves
sels.; He enumerates many advantages
such an arrangement would serve, among
which is an, increased depth of water in
the harbor, and the submergence of flat
lands which are 'now the prolific source of
Wild Ducks, eays the Newbern Nut
Shellt a so plentiful in the waters near
that city that fisheijmen catch large num-
' . 2 it: i.. . .
w'K omoi ins uet one momincrover Rirtc
which had become entangled in it during
L. . . . t i i iunuuuug
itue - nigot:'
' A bear Wft. rhtlV tnu -
- m wuu-
T V 11 1111 VAlff w KIWI ...... .1 .
The reiKjrt of the New York! gtate Sa
perintendeut of Public Instruction shows
that tliere' were during the j past year
1 ,628,727 children iu the State between
the ages of five and twrntyone, - The
number enrolled ln the public schools was
1,030,00, and the average daily attend
ance was j 570,382. There were 1 1,280
8chootliIl85ricU iu the State 1 and m669
leacherf'ilielr average salary was $374-
45 forth, year not an. enormous sum.
The expenditure, for . all school nurnoses
during ,0ie;ytar was $10,349,918.08.
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The trial of the Virginia Judges, indict
ed in the United States Court! for the
Western District of Virginia, Judge Rives
presiding, fox refusing to put1 negroes on
jjUries, iu violation' of the United States
i ' . :. j t t j. !i t
wnnw wicuccu m : Ayncupurg on
Saturday, j The first case called was that
of Judge Hill, of Buckingham, who was
aequitted. j ' M
Negro laborers in St. Chales parish, La.,
have struck for higher wages, and threat
en to bttrn sugar houses nuless their de
mands are conceded. The Governor has
sent troops to quell the incidentaldisturb
ance of the peace. M
A new and frightful disease has made
its appearance in Italy, caused, as is be
lieved, by the consumption of maize in a
damgaged condition and the unhealthy
state of tho hovels in which the people
SAVED BY EXAMINING OUR
BEFORE PURCIIASIXG ELSEWHERE AS WE NOW HAVE
And No One Shall Undersell TIs,
Will Furnish (by mail or otherw ho), on application, SAMPLES of
DRESS GOODS, IlaWNS, GASSIMEHS, &C, &C.
1880. J. D. GASKILL.
A Good House andilLot
On tho corner of Church and Monroe st's.
The House i a two-storv building withe 9
rooms. Two well in the jard, and ail other
necessary out-building raw fencing around
the lot everjtiurtg in jtood order, ii
Apply to R. FKAK GRAHAM, Apt.
Saliribnl-v, K. C, Mar. 19, JSS0. i : 2S:lm
1880. SPRING 1880.
We are Offering 3,000 Yards
At 8 Cents per Yard.
WE are offering the handsomest Stock
of Buntings, De Laines and Lawns that
has been shown in this market, and at
the same prices as last year.
WE offer 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 11
cu. hy the Bolt, almost as good as Fruit of
WE offer the Best Standard 4-4 Brown
Domestic at 8, 8 and 9 eta per yard.
WEare offering a Large Stock iof Piece
Goods in cheap Cassimers, Cottbnades and
Jeant at last year's prices.
! WE offer I Large Stock of Boots and
Shoe! t last year's prices.
j WE offer the handsoment Stock of Clothing
we have ever shown, at Cheaper prices than
ever before named for similar goods. ;
j WE offer a large Stock of HATS at old
j WE have 500 HATS that we are celling
Tou your choice for 50 cU from one lot and
$1 from the other lot. Some of them are
worth $3. 1
WE offer you the Best Selected Stock of
to he found in this market. Good Sugar 10 c.
Good Coffee 16 els.
In a word we will just aaj, we have a
1 LARGE j STOCK OF GOODS
aud we are going to sell them.! Our prices
'quoted' will buy our goods we mean for Cash
lor Barter. 1 Call and ee 1 ; I
HEOSS & GREENFIELD.
i March 22, 1880. 23:ly
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I SPECIAL MCEMET!
Have just opened a Complete and
: Attractive Stock of j
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Notions, Clothing, Groceries,! &c,
Which they! will be enabled to offer to the
public and old patrons at as low prices as any
lone. Call and see us Main Street, next
door to Ilorah s Jewelry Store. :
22:2m ! ? !
i s hi
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The firm of Overman & Holmes is thin day
dissolved by mutual consent. 1 All pt-rt-ons in
debted to Overman & Holmes are request to
ball at once and settle. VV. II.Ovekman.
March 16; 18S0. M. L. Ilouixs.
Ha vine purchased the interest of menrt.
her in the Shoe Store, I hereby; inform my
friends and the tublic general v.! that I will
Continue the business at the old stand, where
Can be had good Goods t-nw price.
- Grecufeboio-with 2500 inhabitants has
five news papers! r-' .-' j li ' C ' -
I-.: ; :-. rl IL:-- -' ;:-1- . i
5 , There is telephone connection between
of 136 miles. I ' : ' ' " ' j
A State Convention of tho Democratic
Conserative party w ill be held at Raleigh
on the 17tk of June cext, I j
Lighting Mines bt Reflectors, is an
nounced in tho 8cientifio African, It ia
a wonder it )uvs not been thought of be
fore, . We often nse a mirror ta inspect
the work of well-cleaners. ; :
According to tlie Western newspapers,
the prospects for the winter wjieat crop
in that section is . excellent. Iri eleven
States, the yield, it is estimated, j will be
about GO per cent, larger than last year.
" . ;('. - !' . . - -- '
Chatham Record Near Kivett's SHll,
in Harnett county, a hawk and. an eagle
got into a fight, aud falling to the ground
were so intent upon -killing each otbej
that a negro took a stick aud killed them
A ROCHESTER PHYSICIAH S
PEKIENCE. ii' t . ..
R. Caul kins, M. DM of Rochester, N.Y.,
certifies, Oct. 6th, 1879, that lie has used
the Safe Kidney; and Liver ! Cure in his
practice for diseases of the kidneys and
liver, and the result has been: satisfactory
in the extreme. He says : I would now
prescribe the same remedy to all similar
ly afflicted, aud you are at liberty to so
state in your testimonials." M
JanltoApl ' :l -
NEW STOCK OF
A New antl Select Stock of Hooks, Stationer-,
etc., including; the following iiopular
School Scries :
Emerson's Arithmetics and Algebras,
Green leaf's Arithmetics.
Hymn Books Methodist, Presbyterian,
German Betonn, Gospel Hjrmns, &c.
BOOKS OF WORSHIP.
An elegant assortment of all grades of
WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES,
Steel Pens, Inks, Pencils, Slates,
Visiting Cards, Playing Cards, Cray
ons, Drawing Materials, Sec. Also,
the Celebrated Fifteen and Sixteen
PUZZLE. All chcajer than ever be
fore offered to the trade.
22:tf. At E.N'XISS' Drug Store.
German Millet Grass
Seed, cheap at ENN1SS'
HOW WATCHES ABE MADE.
It will be apparent to any one, who will ex
amine a Solid Gold Watcii, that aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and pol
ishing, a large proportion of the previous met
al used, is needed only to stiffen and hold the
engraved portions in place, and supply the
necessary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so tar as utility and
beauty are concerned. In James Boss'
PATENT GOLD WATCH CASES,
this waste of precious metal is overcome, and
the same solidity and strength produced
at from one-third to one-half of the Usual coat
of solid cases. This process is of the most
simple nature, as follows: A plate ot nickle
composition metal, especially adapted to the
purpose, has two plates of solid gold solder
ed one on each side. The three are then pars
ed between polished steel rollers, ard the re
sult is a strip of heavy plated: composition,
from which the cases; backs, centres, bezels,
&c., 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 been carried unlil worn perfectly smooth
by time and use without removing the gold.
This is the only Case Made With Two
Plates of Solid Oold l Warranted
bv Special Certificate. !
"For sale by J. & H. HORAHj and all other
Jewelers. 1 22: ly
Letter and Note Heaps, Bill Head?,
Caris and Envelopes printed to order
at very low rates. Call at this ffice.
a:fi - f . '
PARSONS SNUFF, Still increasinff
n favor. Try it. It u mild and pure. I
For sale by J. U. Oicvu 1
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Fonnflery & Machine
MER0NEY & BRO.
Have their well known establishment io full
and regular work; agaip, and respectfully so
licit orders. They have in their employ. Mr.
J. A. GILL, one of the beat Machinists in
the country, with a full force of tried , work
men. Are prepared, to do all kinds o repairs
on Engines and other ' Machinery, t abort
notice. Their foundery n in lull operation
for castinr in Iron or Brass. Their Machine
Shop is turning out Sash, Blinds, Doors, Moul
ding, &c, and everything called fcr in that
line. Persons wanting any thing, in these sev
eral branches, would do well to call and see
them. They are still manufacturing the cele
brated Meroney Plow. : J ' ' ; '
- One second hand 12-borse portable Steam
Engine, as good as new. .
s Also, a 25-horse power Engine,Trow in daily
use, will be for sale in a month or two. . Call
and see them.
Feb. 19, 1880. 1 8:3m '
Bone Di Fertilizer,
FOR THE LARGE AND
RAPID GROWTH O
Also, a Complete Manure for Tobacco,
Corn, Oats and all Vegetables.
t3T TERMS: $40 (cash) per Ton, or
45(1 pounds of Lint Cotton, payable No
vember the 1st, 1830.
Call and get circulars.
I have also, Good Virginia Lime on hand
llKGt Salisbury, N. C.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A CAlt-LOAD
Celelirated Home Fertilizer ! !
The Chemicals for making 1 Ton will be
sold for $14, or 200 lbs. of Cotton in tfo-
No Cotton Seed or Stable Manure required. I
x ms reriiuzer is imiv eqiuu 10 ine nign
priced, so-called Guanos, and al Jess than half
the price. I refer to the following well known
gentlemen, who used il la.-t sea-n on cotton:
John V. Karri nger, Jas. li. Gihson, V. F.
Watson, Tho.. C. Watson, R. T. Cowan, W. B.
Meares, A. Tait, J. G Caiible, J. F. E. Brown,
E. C. Lentz, S. J M. Krown, and many others.
Call early for your snpphVs anrsare money.
T. F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
.1 FULL SUPPLY OF
Buist's Celebrated Garden Seeds.
is the only Seed-Grower
who WARRANTS his Seeds. Look at j
every paper of Eery', Landi eth's, Sibley V,
Sec, Sec, and see if you find any icrtrrf j
upon them. Iloware of worthless, un
warranted commission Seed, and come to
KLUTTZ'S for B11 1st 's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
THEO F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
O. Q. C.
Our Quick Cure. As thousands can
testify. Nothing has beeu equal to it for
the cure of colic, cramps and ttiarham Sec
in their worst forms. Manufactured at
UAUKEK'S Dwiir Store.
Would save money by, being careful
enough to buy only
THE BEST BRANDS
(Dissolved Bones), and other Materials
PRICES: $8 to $10 for making One
Tou ; or 100 lbs. Cotton, parable Nov. 1st.
3 q q
As there are a great many Spurious and
Inferior brands offered you nt low figures,
which are shipped under the name of
"Chemicals," to avoid taxation and analv
sis, 1 repeat, you should be Very Careful
aud save your money by getting such
goods as ure legally authorized to be sold
in the State, and have beeu analyzed and
V5T Don't forget also that 1 continue to
keep the old established and reliable
"NAVASSA" and '"PACIFIC"
And COTTON MfYTTTP P wKirl. T h...
been welling for the last. 12 years with perfect
Miutiatuon. iou naveonl to axtc Uioae who
have tried them. Do not waste time, money and
trouble by experimenting with the many new
and untried brand now going to be offered yon.
You will do well to consult the undersigned
(who for the lft 14 years has made thu a spe
cial business) before urchasing.
J. ALLEN BROWN.
P. S Mr. J A. dookvi m- authorized
Aeent at China Grove, and will sell at- 8ali
bury prices. 15:tapl0
O. V. V.
Our Vegetable Yermlfagre. The great
est known remedy for expelling worms. Safest,
surest and most reliable. Manufactured at
Persons owning 1 ' ! i-
FanaXne or Mineral L, .
of the North Carolina IJallroad froJ
conl to Greensboro, and wish to .i;L '
of tho same, will rto well to eallba
AU York Land &IWr.hlgVor
H:tf - ' ; ; - p f9Ci;'j
. f ? ' -. fi ,i j ..j i, 'it p.
-' tollcationVill be inadet A1t.J yt
nd menu to the: Charter of the T i
- -" ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' " IM
- t- i'uuu Llm !.. !"
HOW SAVE piiYi I
Ana jou win noi only save monev fcw r .
the Best Goods made. - You will &d ;B !-1
Well Selected 5 Stock of Uarffware mSL W
Threshers; and Sewing machines, .' f
Straw-Cutters t Corn-Sheilers
Grain Cradles, Grain andGra Sc,. '
a w . '
Plows, Hoes, Mattocks and Picks. SkN f
Spades and Forks, Glass, Paints ' Oift t
and Varnish, Locks, Hinges and W,.-V
Duuden't Croas-Cut. lUnrl r, 11:11
' J Mill C
Blacksmith & Carpenter
HORSE AXDMpLE SHOES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Pateut Oil CangJ
Patent Fly-Fans and Traps L
BUGGIES, OPEN AND WITH TOPS,
RnggJ-Harness, Harness LeatheJ snd Vj
Mountings, Wagon and liuggy Material, !
and many other articles too tedious to i
mention. n ' j
At Heilig'g oldntand, main street ' !
30:ly ' -nj.rr:
Horse and Cattle Powders ;
The largest Packages and smallest doseofinv
Powder made, and warranted to do all iht it
claiiJS. Mauufactnred at i'
18:tf , ? BARKER'S Drug Store.
ATTORNEY- AT MWt.
Practices in tho State and Federal
o. o. s.
Our Cough Syrup. The roo palata
ble, soothing and ellicacions remedy ever
placed before (lie public for that most
dreaded or diseases, coughs cohls&r.
manufactured at -BARKER'S i f
KORTII CAROLINA. "I
Daiidson Countr. I Ix SfPERiou Court,!
uauuson couniy, Feb'rr 11, 1880.
K.J.Cecil, AdnVr of Evari Da
vis, dece'd. Pf.
W. ('. Davis, widow, and Chali
niers . Davis, Maty E. Da
vis, 11. D Jenkins and wife, Petition to
Susan S. .Jenkins, Thos. F. Da- Kaell land for
Tin, niiuirn iiuniuau uuu wnc I Aaccll. --
Antoinette C itonman, Uavia
C. Davis, Ida V Davis sndJno
W Davi-, (the three laft nam'd
being minors without gnard
ians) heirx-ul-law, Defdta.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the Sheriff's returns and PlaintiflV
arSciavit, that Chalmers E. Davis, one of th
Defendants in the above aamed proceeding
is a non-resident of this State, and is a nee
essary party to the final determination of
this pnx;eeding in reference to real estate in
this State : It Hs therefore ordered hjjlw
Court, that pulication bemadeoncea week
for six ronsecutive weeks is the fxilubvrf,
Watehmau, a newspaer published jn the
townf Salisbury, notifying the aidXhl
mers E Davis,ho apcar before thr Clerk
of the Superior Court of Davidson Coutitj, '
at his olSet- in the Court house in texinjrton
on Monday, the 29th day tf MarchJ 1S80,
and answer or demur to the petitionwhWl
has lx-ez..fiJetl in this proceeding, otherwise
judgment will Je talvi-n according to" tlit
pray-r of the petitioner. F -
1 C. F. Lowe, C. S. C.
Charle-s L. Ilc'itman,
Attorney lbr Petitioner. 17:6.
Norli GaroM Preslyleiiai;"
f to: : lj fi
Nq efforts are spared to make tli or- '
gan or the North Carolina rresbyteM M
both attract ire? and useful. TodothiiF
present such a .variety of moral and reh -gious
reading as will be read by yottflff
and oldr-rich and poor, clergy apd laitj .
learned and unlearned. Our special ;
is to publish a liv paper. f r
It numbers among its coiTespontlenU
Eev. Drs. Drurv Ijicy, J. Henry Santo
J. B. Adger and A. W. Miller; Itev. pJet
srs. Jos. M. Atkinson, E. II. Harding, P
E. Jordan, J, Ruin pie, E. F. UoekweU,P..
II. Daltmi, L. C. Vass, II. G. HHl, W.
Lacy, W. W.Pharr, F.TI. Johnston, JVX ;
Penick, II. Z. Johnston, S. H. Chester, J.
W. Primrose, S. M. Smith, R. C. Reed,
M. Wharey ; Prof J. R. Blake ; Mrs. Cor'
nelia Phillips Spencer, Mrs. II. MJrfrm.,
and many others. Price $2.65 a J' r
Al.lo T1H V HfI 4ITRIS.
coy V V V - w - r
Ecliior & PropW, Wilmington, v
BARKER'S 1 1 VEK PllitS1
Though a new preparation, has J$
universiil satisfaction, and is warranto
to icork anywhere. Manufactured at 1
ISrtf BARKER'S Drug Store. .
TOR THE j
CAROLINA WATCHMAN ,
The IJESrSYeekly iu Western -tft
r e-i sr. - -ir iu advauc
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