TUUKstfJAY. MAY ?7
Wiike couutv 'democrat in Convention
Fecoiuiueud Fuul for Governor.
- Ateut has W granted for making
jsaw dust available for JL R. cross tie and
juthcr tiftkbef, purposes, L .
Capt.JL A. Suotwell is mentioned aa
Suitable candidate fof State Auditor. If
fio.idnated it may brjog out' the frjcnds .of
Judge Schenclf ip Q)po3.iLion.
' tt is probable that the two-thirds rule
frill be; re.-cnapt.ed at Hie Cincinnati ConTpn-
ion, public opinion seeming to favor it, -
Th-Xw V)rk cottuu market daring
f he paut week lias coniinued irregular,
hut. ou the whole, Hie gaju has been in
fa yo of seller.
! The proprietor of the Fifth Avenne
Jlotet, X. Y., are boring an artesian well
jn Jhe basement of their estnblishnjgnt to
et clear f the fa on Croton water.
Iiey are now at the depth of jlOOO feet,
nJ are making about 20 feet per day.
The Djffkrexck. The rate, of State
fax pi) Mississippi, is now $3 on the $f,-
t)00. la 1874 nndcr republican rale it
Fas $14, aiiiTin ld73, $12.50. A like dif
7 ferenee occurred everywhere in the wake
f( the republican party iu the South.
Son?e of the papers estimating Grant's
jchauces fir the nomiuatiou say if all the
delegates vote aa' they have been instruct
ed . ltf will get 218 onjtof 380 already
ejected, which will give him a majority,
jjt is not certain, however, that they w ill
Wake AoAtvsr Ixkerior Courts.
The Magistrates of Wake county had be
fore them Monday, a proposition to es
tablish Inferior Courts. The subject; was
discussed ;at considerable length, .and
J'hen debate ended and the vote was
fciken, 24 votecTlor, and 26 against it.
Receut articles .in the Statesville A wr
ican and the Wilmington titar, on the
Mecklenburg Declaration .of May 20th,
J775, present new and interesting views
. I tl.A r... 1 tint- a . . 1 1 .... . T . .. .. . . 1
jlion, to wit : That the Resolutions of the
3.1st of May, and not the repnUtd Declar
ation of the 20th, constitute the true sub
ject for annual celebration.
The Insane Asylum. The report of
the Superintendent of this lustitutinn for
the i 'quarter ending "31st March, 1880, is to
hand. There are 279 patients, which cost
on an average $1GO,00 each, per year.
the quarter j 11 were discharged, improv
ed, 2 j recovered, 3 ; died, 0. The expen
ditures for the quarter, $ 1 0,79.42.
Ax0.THti ; Veto. President Hayes,
baekijdnpbytlienulic.il party, is deter
mined to do all iu his power to have troops
nd nirsha)." at the polls to watch over
the elections, and, as we .all know, to in
timate voters and prevent fair elections.
His last act in this direction was perpe
trated on Tuesdays iu vetoing the "de
ficiency appropriation bill," on the al
leged account of a clause which provided
that no troops or marshals should be al
lowed at the polls. He attempts to justify
Jus veto on the ground that the bill cov-
I A. 1 . 1. . ..
pieu iwo suojecis. ne nam its mat both
partis have for forty years been practi
cing tljis mode of tacking on appropria
tion bills permanent and general legisla
tion, but insists that it is wrong. Con
gress certainly knows as well as he what
Js right and wrong on the subject, and
we presume will let the deficiency bill
fall to the ground rather 4han yield the
point of giving soldiers and money to
iuterfere in the elections.
jJudoe AVery. The Kinston Journal
isontiu a somewhat lennrrhv
which it declares tliat Judge A. C. Avery
P"Sf. V iKacied. Thp Journal sets
forth lu greaj; simplicity the charges which
-jt thluksUtgects IJis ijpnor to j this dis
grace j and upon the facts aspEeentcd, it
must b admitted that Judge Avery was
derelict in duty, and has at least merited
a reprimand, and should bo responsible
to parties; with suits in courts,! for any
damage they may sustain by extra costs,
ind the loss by reason of the delav need
less caused by him. - t ' y
' Jugdes' have no njoie rjgljt to fail jn 4u
t.y thaji other officials, 'fuey have
no im! right to deprive tlje State of the
services they have engage to perform and
for wjjicli they recejve pay, than the gro
cer's clerk, or a hired niai) on the farm.
j Xpf shpuld any man's high .character or
previous services shield hinj-Vrhpii he does
a vvrbngyhicl, damages others." Judge
Avery is a Democrat, and for tifat very
reason we should hold him to a strict ac-
-"uua,'Hiy, tMfe.has- doDe -iw wrong
vr .4Sm..ow u, ami that is just
what his friends should desire hiin to do.
- f man oetvr Nawbern had 45 acres in gar-
lcn peas : which he co,mmence gathering
!1f.H!jpi!5 tq inijrket. April fjth. and
M.c.ru j-mii Jle cut and enroA
the Vines for hay, and by the evening of
-. "duxHtt lanqs seeded u cotton
So say .the Jut Shell; and if i4 reckoned
that man is making money y farju.
j ng. j eas generally yield $1(X) to the
aer f ii that neighborhood.. i ,
! The Yilihiiigton Star of the 30th of
iApnlr DivMHiftil numerous actual farm
results iyhiclj shqir that portion of east.
fvjn Xprth Parol jiw s equal Jo any part
jt the world for profitable farming.
'.iBank Bphpery in ffuciy.
; j Paris. Ky., May 6. The Citizens' batik
M-as robbed between Saturday ii:ht aud
Monday niorniug ui $4:J in cuih nnd
ft ki'vi ' tit uuiut, -
vttmlntoa St,. !
Que of the kuotit questions that Con
gives has had to deal with is to devise
MNiw sotisfactiH-y olutio&4f the elect ora
count. The Demoerat are sick, of the
Repubjecan methods, and the Republicans
dread the Idea of taking physic from the
same spoon out of which they have been
dosing the Democrats.
for a long time
both parties have been
ell rig some plan' by which the dangers o
the old twenty 'second rule could be avoid
ed. Under that rule eitlier House could
reject the vote uf a State. Under the plan
now proposed both House must concur
The Washington correspondent of the
Richmond Common wealth says;
"But this does not reach the whole mat
ter. Mr- Vice-President Wheeler js an in
teuse partisan. He is expected to ! play
an important part in the Radical re vol u
tionary programme. He is to receive and
onen the votes and layi them before the
two Houses. Suppose lie should under
take to say that 'such and such returns
from Louisiana or Mississippi are not
votes. I will not receive nor open them.
To meet this casa Mr. Herbert proposes
a bill making it the duty of the V ice
Presideut to lay all papers purporting to
be electoral votes before the two Houses
so that the two Houses may then proceed
to count them according to the Constita
"It is not certain that Mr. Hayes would
si"n such a bill as thisi Inany event there
fis a strong possibility, df a renewal of the
struggle or leb, and all our calculations
and plans should be made on this basis."
The Western Division.
A liailroad Case Carried up to the Supreme
The writ of error sued out by W. W. Rol
lins, president of the Western Division of
the Western North Carolina Railroad com
pany, mention of which was made in the
Observer a few days since, was yesterday
perfected by the execution of the proper
bond, when the writ was signed by Chie
The errors alleged as. grounds of appeal
raise the question of the constitutionality
of the sections of the repealing act of March
13, 1879, which transfeted the property and
assets of the repealed company to the West
em North Carolina Railroad company. Af
ter reciting the formal parts of the writ, it
assigns the following specific errors :
Wherein, by an act of the General Assem
bly, ratified March 13, j 1879, entitled "An
act to repeal any and all acts creating, re
cognizing or keeping in existence the West
ern Division of the Western North Carolina
Railroad Company," thereby purports tore
peal an act entitled "An act to amend the
charter of the Western North Carolina Rail
road Company," ratified August 19th, 1868
and especially the 6th section thereof, which
creates a contract between stockholders
. 2. Wherein, by the second section of said
act, ratified March 13 1879, purporting to
repeal the acts creating the said Western
Division of the Western North Carolina
Railroad Company, "all the property rights,
credits, rights of action, etc., of the said
Western Division, now existing, or which
may result from any existing matters, caus
es, circumstances or contingencies, shall be
come absolutely the rights and property of
the Western North Carolina Railroad Com
3. Wherein, by the third section of said
act of March 13, 1379, it is therein further
provided and commanded "that all persons
who are now or have been acting or assum
mg to act as officers, directors, agents and
attorneys of said Western Division of said
Western North Carolina Railroad Company,
shall, within thirty days after demand upon
them by the Governor of the State, turn
over and deliver to the lmard of directors
of the Western Division of the Western
North Carolina Railroad Company all books,
records, moneys, bonds and evidences of
debt which may be in their possession or
within their control ; and that upon their
failure or refusal to do so shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tioa thereof shall be fined not less than five
hundred dollars, or imprisoned, in the dis
cretion of the court."!
Which said act and the several sections
thereof are alleged tp be repugnant to and
in violation of the constitution of the Unit
ed States wliich prohibit such legislation
"as impairs the obligation of contracts,'
such as deprives a person of "his property
without due process of law." Nevertheless
the decision of the Supreme Court, as afore
eaid was in favor of the validity of said
The case wjll be oinc of special interest,
and will no doubt attract attention.
Lincoln as a Soptijener. How often
since that dark and j drippingSaturday
that chilly April day,! now tiltecn years by
gone my heart has entertained thp dream,
the wish, to giye of Abraham Lincoln's
death its qwu special thought an memorial.
Vet now tjie sought-for opportunity offers,
I fiiuj njy notes incompetent (Why, for truly
profound themes, is statement so idle? whv
does the right phrasej never offer?) and the
fit tribute I dreamed if waits unprepared as
ever. My talk here, indeed, is less because
of itself or anything jn it, and nearly alto
gether because I feci; a desire, apart from
any talk, to specify the day, the martyrdom.
It is for this, my friends,! hare called you
together. Oft as the rolling rnm i.-;
O J - v.Hjj
back this hour, let it jagain, however briefly,
lje dwelt upon. Fo my own part, I hope
and intend, till my own. djing day, when-
F) pr ine I4tli oj- J5th Of April comes, to annu
ally gather a few friends and hoid its tragip
reminiscence. 2fft Narrow or sectional remi
niscence. It belonga to these States in rhmr
entircty-not the Nofth pal v.'but the South
perhaps belongs njost fcrnderly and dc-
Youuy io me sputti of all ; f,r there, really
was this man birth-stock. There and
thence his sqteeedeni sUmp.'-;: Why should
I not say tst thence hja manifest traits
hiConiversalitjr hisjcannyt easy ways and
words upon tlje snrfacehis Laflexible de
tcrminatiqn an4 cpijrage at jieart f Have
you never realized h my friendu, that Lin
coln, though grafted on the West.' u essen
tially, in personnel and character, a South-e.r.ut!?n'-H'
nunanipnui Lecture;, April 14.
Gov. Vance Makes a Speech on the
Cor. RlctiHond pispatca.'
Wasiiixgtox, April 89,-r-The Repub
licans were not ready to speak this after
noon in the Rellog case1 and Gov. Vauce
took the floor and made an interesting
and argumentative speech in favor of un
seating Kellogg and seating Spofford, as
proposed by the elections committee. He
said that, as usual, the Republicans went
over the fight not with stars and stripes,
or a banner on which j is inscribed th
lily of France, the double eagle of Prus
sia, or the lion of Great! Britain, but with
a sanguinary shirtpn which is written
res adjudicata. They charge that the Denv
ocrats aie about to perpetrate a great
crime because they want to purge the
Senate of members who have been seated
in violatiou of the constitution and the
laws. He was reminded of a case iu which
a man who stole a horse became a perse
cuted saint, while the uufortuuate owner
of the horse became the crimiual. Gov.
Vance reviewed the testimony with strik
ing effect, and his comments ou witnesses
who held several offices were characteris
tic and sometimes very amusing. A num
ber of members of the House from the
South were on the floor of the Senate
while he was speaking. Without conclu
ding he ave way to a motion to adjourn
at 350 o'clock, wheu the Senate adjourn
ed until Mouday.
Kemble is in jail, but J. Madison Wells
who stole the office of Presideut of the
United States, is hanging around 'Wash
ington endeavoring to induce a Demo
cratic Senate to confirm his corrupt bar
gains with R. B. Hayes.
Kemble, for corrupt solicitation of a
few Legislators, is hard at work in the
penitentiary, but R. B. Hayes, who, with
a few Louisana and Florida thieves chea
ted four millions of electors of their votes
is seated in the executive chair, and so
dispense his favors as to protect and re
ward his guilty associates.
Kemble only attempted to defraud the
citizens of Pennsylvania out of a little
money, while Mr. Hayes conspirited to
rob the people of the Uuited States of
their liberties and citizenship. One in
the penitentiarv and the othpr in ti
Mr. Noyes, of Ohio, for succcssfullv
corrupting Dennis, McLin, and Cowgill,
three election offices of the State of Flor
ida, was eutj by Mr. Hayes as a Minister
to France. Kemble, for a much more in
significant crime, is sent tojail.
Every thief who helped Mr. Hayes
steal the Presidency, has been sentenced
to a fat office, while every man connected
with Kemble has been sentenced to a
year's solitary confinement in the peni
tentiary. AViy should Mr. Hayes be in
the White House, Mr. John Sherman at
the head of the treasury department, Mr,
Noyes in Paris, J. Madison, Wells, at
large, and Kemble in jail T
The Chinese and the Fourteenth
Amexdmext.-J New York, May 3. A
San Francisco special says a recent decis
ion of Judges Sawyer and Hoffman iu the
Tiburcio-Parrott case, isthat the 14th
amendment covered the Chinese with the
protection of this government, even if no
treaty existed with the Chinese govern
ment. Members of the Chinese consulate
there are perfectly indifferent to any
thing the newly appointed minister and
commissioner may seek to effect in modi
fying any portion of- the Burlingame
treaty. They are contented with the pro
tection in the 14th amendment, and re
gard the mission to the Celestial empire
now as a tool's errand.
The Wiiitaker Case. New York,
May 3. The Tost this evening says in
regard to the West Point case: "Credi
ble reports have reached the Eveninq
Post from several independent sources
that the handwriting on scraps No. 8 and
77 of superintendent Gay lor, aidon scraps
No. 7. 8. 9 and 10 of Mr. Tlnn
which in the opinion of those gentlemen
corresponds with the writiug of the mvste-
nous note is in the ho
- - - " v
County Contentions nearly all favor
By Telegraph to the Morning Star.
Cincinnati, May 3. Advices from a
arge number of County Conventions held
to-day throughout the State to elect del-
gates to the Democratic Slate Conven
tion show nearly all in favor of Thurman.
Fajrfield county refused to instruct for
hnrman, a majority of the delegates fa
Galvestox, May 4. Geo. Turner, who
was shot by McGowan, is dead.
A News Fort Worth special says Win.
?gg, clerk in th postoffice there, has
been arrested charged with the abstrac
tion of registered packages. He confessed.
Saturday two men were found hanging
to a tree near the line of Denton county,
npposed to be horse thieves.
Montgomery, Ala., May I The Re
publicans of two of the city precincts, in
meeting ttj-day to select delegates to the
county convention, lesolvcd, one unani
mously against the third terra, , other
for Grant by a bare majority. The conn -ties
which hare had meetings so far are
greatly divided jn their preferences.
Qeleaxs, May U.A Houston,
Texas, special reports the failure of A.
Harris & Brp.? wholesale dry gods deal
ers. Liabilities .$lft000 etock valued
I Leadville, the great silver mining
city of the west, is pronounced a "Bald
Swindle." It has been grossly exaggera-
many of them are helpless sufferers
victimized by the false representiitions of
the place add its resources. J
The Asheville Cituena that Mr. Best
and his associates were much pleased with
their purchase and the country. Mr. Best
duld, however, not commit himself to any
thing but that he would take charge of the
road by the 15th of May, and that the work
of putting the road in order would be be
gun immediately and pushed through rap
idly. Chief Engineer Thad. Coleman, and
Chas. R. Flint, of the firm of W. R. Grace
& Co., have gone on a week's trip over the
! The State Normal School at Chap
el Hill. Marked interest is taken by
the teachers of the State in the next term
of this school, and no doubt the attend
ance will be larger even than heretofore.
It is gratifying to know that though the
kindness of the Rev. Dr. Sears agent of
the Peabody fund, a sum has been given
to assist iu paying the expenses of teach
ers whose own means will not enable
tjiem to attend the school. This fund
vfill be applied to the traveling expenses
so that all students may reach the school
bti an equality. All persons desiring aid
vfill apply to President Battle, at Chapel
Hill, by mail, before May 20th, so that
each one may learn in advance what
amount lie will receive. This will be of
assistance to numbers of teachers who
would not otherwise be able to attend.
FROM THE QUAKER CITY,
i E. J. Campbell, of Philadelphia, under
date of Oct. 4. 1879, certified to thvj won
derful efficacy of Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, in removing a liver disease ac
companied by chronic constipation and yel
;Chew Jackson's Best Street Navv Tobacco
J. D. McNeely,
i Produce & Commission
Merchant, Merch'dise Broker,
Agent for the Sale of Fertilizer", Snwed
Shingles, Mountain and Country Produce gen
erally. Agent for The"
Eltin Woallen and CoitM Mis.
will take la Wool tor these Mills to he Carded
Spun, Woven or ExchAnged tor cloth, Blankets or
Carpets. Thfse Mills have recenrly been furnlshe-1
with new machinery, and are now prepared to make
Blankets ami wi.lthv !-h-pi 411 v,-.i v.uiu-n
Jeana, Kerseys, Flannels, Llnseys, and stocking
iirn. V hi nay uash tor all tne vo1 you may have
for sale. Will t ike 0 ders lor Knitting Cotton, cot
ton Yarn, or Sheeting. Piicesot working up iv'ool
name as last year.
; FEKTILIZKBS I
;lf you Want. th best Ferttllzpr fnr Tnhio.vi nnrt
Cotton, I've got it remember the celebrated Arling
i CMolions and Eggs !
1 want to buv One Thrawi mi r -l,irL on-i an
wiuon fcjrjfs. so Dnng m your Poultry and Hen-fruit.
Jf you have Cotton, Flour, Corn, or any kind of
grain or produce, you will sive uirinev by leaving it
with me to sell for you. fgr All Cotton or Produce
left with nie for sale Is covered by luurance, and my
commissions no more ror this security.
My commission for seUlng Cotton Is 50 cents per
bale, Storeage and insurance Iuc!udt. Flour 10 cts
per sack. Other Produce 6 per cent.
TO THE FRON
Coffee Roasted Every Morning,
isefit o ct. Cigar in Town.
Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Bananas, Or
anges, Lemons, Novels and Periodicals.
Chroxnos, Pencils, &c,
At THE0. BUEEBAUM'S.
; At the Old Book-Store ; Staud, next
door to Barker's Drug Store.
I COUNTRY PRODUCE Bought
; His friends are respectfully invited to
call and see him. 28:3m
SAVED BY EXAMINING OUR
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE AS WE SOW It AVE
'MOST COMPLETE SEW STOCK OF
j JS SALISBURY,
A.nd ISTo One Shall Undersell Us.
Will Furnish (by mail or otherwise), on application, SAMPLES of
DRESS GQQQS, LAWNS, C4SSJMERS, &C, &C.
1880, J. D. GASKILL,
SALE NOTICES T" -t r
For Sale at this Office.
SMITH'S WORM OIL !
Athexs, Ga., February 22, 187S.
SlK : My child, five year old, had symptoms
of worms. I tried calomel and other Worm
Medicines, hut failed to expel any. Seeing Mr
Bain's certificate, I got a vial of your Worm
Oil, and the firt doe brought forty worms,
and the second dose, 'so many werepasaed I did
not count them. " S. H. Adams.
Prepared by Dr. E- S- LYNDON, I
For Side by Du. T. F. KLUTTZ,
Salisbury, Nl C,
And Druggists general.
At No. 1, Mnrpliy's Granite Row.
McCUBBINS. BEALL & CO.
Have just received their
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF
BOUGHT ENTIRELY FOR CASTI
at exceedingly low prices, which cannot fail
to please. They have a full and complete
stock of DRY GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, and
BOOTS and SHOES,
Fish, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal,,&c.
They arc agents for the sale of Jons Meu
rvman & Co's. BONE DUST, admitted to
be the very best cotton and tobacco Fertili
zer in use. Also, for the French Burr Mill
Stones, Bolting Cloths, Eureka Smut Ma
chine, &c. Don't fail to call at No. 1.
March 26, 18S0. .24-1 v
P. S. We have fenced up a Fkee hitch
ing Lot in rear of of our Warehouse, where
people can hitch and feed without being
annoyed by cattle anl hois. We intend
putting up Stal s. "No charge except
to shut the gate.
Church & Co's. Fine Baking
SorA, Put up iu neat packages, for sale
at J. D. McXEELY'S.
1880. SPM1 1880.
We are Offering 3,000 Yards
At 8 Cents per Yard.
WE are offering the handsomest Stock
of Bunting, t 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 m
ct. by the Bolt, almost as good as Fruit of
! the Loom.
WE offer the Best Standard 4-4 Brown
Domestic at 8, 8 and 9 cts per yard.
WE are offering a Large Stock of Piece
Goods in cheap Cassimers, Cottonades and
Jeans at last year's prices.
WE offer a Large Stock of Boots and
Shoes at lat year's prices.
WE offer the handsomest Stock of Clothing
we have ever shown, at Cheaper prices than
ever before named for similar good.
WE offer a large Stock of HATS at old
WE h ave 500 HATS that we are selling
von your choiie for 50 cts from one lot and
j $1 from the other lot.- -Some of them are
WE offer you the Best Selected Stock of
to he found in this market. Good Sugar 10c.
Good Coffee 165 cts.
In a word we will just say, we have a
LARGE STCCK OF GOODS
and we are going to sell them. Our prices
quoted will buy our guods we mean for Cash
or Barter, Call and cee
B0S3 & GREENFIELD.
March 22, 18S0. 2:i:ly
FROM SALISBURY TO WADSSBORQ.
The Officers and StiKikholdera of the
Yadkin Railroad Company are requested
to meet at Salisbury ou Thursday, the
iJd instant. A full attendance is ueces-'
tsary, as important business of the Com
pany will be transacted. r
P. X. HEILIG, Pres't.
April 5, 18S0. 25i3t
Pursuant to three separate Iortjriiges made by
R. A. Caldwell, and K. A. Caluwtll "nd wife
to M. L. Holmes and K. Barringer, (du
ly recorded and ReifHered in Kowan coun
ty), I will sell at auction on the public square
SALISBURY, Saturday, 1st May, 1880,
The Valuable Brick Store and Office, owned
by said Caldwell in Salisbury. Also his
LAW AND MISCELLANEOUS LIBRARY,
and (if necessary) his interest in the Caldwell
Lands near Salisbury, adjoirin-j the lands of
Alfred Johiiiori and others. S iv i i. all COO
acies. SfTerms Cash.
April 5, 1SS0. Trustee and Attorney.
Valuable GoliMiie Property !
By virtue of a certain Mortgage made to me
aa Trustee, I will sell on the premises on the
24th day of May next, for cash, all the proper
ty of the Rowan Gold and Copper Mining
Company cf Baltimore, consisting of 108
acres of land, with whatever Machinery t here
may be thereon, together with all the Minerals,
Mining Rights, Privileges, Immunities, ini
piovements and appurtenances thereto belong
ing or in any Way appertaining being the
property su lung ;iml well known 'as the Ry
BBU For description of property and title
see MortgMge to the undersigned dated Febru
ary 2oth, I SGI, and recorded in Book No. 42,
p.-ge 2")4. in the Register's . oflir of Rowan
Count v, N. ( :.
J0HU A. THOMPSON, Trustee.
Rowan Co., April 10, IfeisO. 26:6w.
CHSBFJNG NEWS !
A New and S. h-t t Stock of Hooks, Station
ery, etc., including the following popular
School Series :
Emerson's Arithmetics and Algctras,
Green leaf's Arithmetics.
National Licti ontric s,
Hymn Books-SlstiC(list, Prcsbytcrim.
Garman Ilsiorm, Gospel Hymn3, &c.
A N 1)
An elegant ' asoriinent of all grades of
W BITING P'Al'EBS, ENVELOPES,
Steel Pens, Inks, lVttcils, Slates,
Visiting Cards, Playing Cards, Cray
'tis, Drawing, Materials, &i Also,
the Celelu.ited Fii ti:i:n and Sixtken
PUZZLE. All cheaper than ever be
fore ottered to the trade.
22:tf. At ENXISS' Driijr Store.
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
It will be apparent to any one, wlio will ex
amine a .Som; (iuLD W'ATtii, that aside from
the necessary thickness lor eni aviug and pil-if-liing,
a large proportion ot tlie precious nlet
al used, is needed only to stitfei and hold the
engraved portion- iv. plaie, and Hiipply the
necessary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is Hetually needless so larae utility and
beauty are concerned. In JameS BoSS
PATENT GOLD 77ATCH CASES, '
this wasts ' precious metal is overcome, and
the same solidity and strength prorTrced
at from one third io one halt oj the usual cost
of solid cases. This prtVss in of the most
simple nature, as follows: A plate ol nickle
composition metal, especially adapted to the
purpose, has two plates ol EClid gold solder
ed one on each MJe. 'I he three ale then pass
ed between polished steel rollers, ard the re
sult is a strip of heavy plated composition,
f:om which the case.?, backs, centres, bezels,
Ac, are cut and shaped by suitable dies and
formers. The gold in these cases is-sufiicienl-ly
thick to admit of all kinds of chasing, en-
avinc and enamelling ; the engraved cases
have been carried until worn perfictly t-nrooth
by time and use without removing the gold.
This is the only (,'ase Made with Two
Plates of Solid Gold & Warranted
bv Special Certificate.
"For sale by J. & II. IIOIIA II, and all other
Jewelers. 22: lv
O. V. V.
Onr 2:etahle Vormifnsre. The great
est known remedy for expelling worms. Safest,
surest and most reliable. Manufactured at
1 8:t f ' Ii A ft K E H'S Drug St ore.
MER0NEY & BRO.
Have their well known establishment in full
and regular work again, and respectfully so
licit orders. They have in their employ Mr.
J. A. GILL, one of the best Machinists in
the country, with a -full force of tried work
men. Are prepared to do all kinds of repairs
on Engines and other Machinery, at short
notice. Their foundery is in full operation
for casting in Iron or Hrass. Their Machine
Shop is turning out Sash, Winds, Doors, Moul
ding, Ac, and everything called for in that
line. Persons wanting anything in these sev
eral branches, would do well to call and see
them. They are still manufacturing the cele
brated Meronev Plow.
FOR SALE BARGAINS!
One second hand 12-rrorse portable Steam
Engine, as good as new.
Also, a 25-horse power Engine, now in daily
use, will he for sale in a month or two. Call
and see them.
Feb. 19, 1880. ISiSm
Onr Qniek Cure As thousands can
testify. Nothiug has been eqnal to it for
the cure of colic, cramps and diarhwa &c.
in their worst .forms. Manufactured at
l?:tf BAIlKEirs Drna Store.
j Practices in the State and .Federal
STATE OF HORTH CAROLINA
DaTie County In Snnerior .i'
County In Snnerior
M. u. L'natnn, atlni r of j. 1
K.Jordan, dee'd, PCff.
John Jordan, Pleasant
Kennedy and wife, Sarah
Kenuedv, tl al. Heirs at
Petition tn .1
Law, DrJiTU. J
Itappeftringtothe sflisfaciionof ikr'H
on affidavit of Plaintiff, that PleaB v flr
and wife, Sarah Kennedy, uo of the
antsalwve named, are non-rwicUn,-,?-State,
It is ordered that publication bJw '
jor six successive weeks in the ."C
W atchman " a newsnnnpr t.i.i.i:. i.-j u,in
hury, N.C., notifying sidf defendanu , h
uiuri 01 Kiini con
IS80. ind answer
Court of said count r. on the: 4t ..t f?tlof
wer the pet in ion wl.iv-h i, fil3
oov. im iimnrr me neiCUOIl Whicll is filJ:
said office, or the plaintiff will annlv
tJourt lot the relief demanded in tlienii," k
This the 20th dy of April, 18 n'
27:6w G. jl. Bixghau. C S ('
ROWAN COUNTY. I Su,,.kior Covrt
JPotter and John V. Hyffhiim
Trading .as Potter & Iloffuian, Pluintifi ;
Against ' v . '
The North Carolina Uold Amalgamntin
The Defendant will take notice that th.
Plaintiffs will move the Judge of the next 8
pcrior Court, to he held for Kowau CoUDtT
the Court House iu .Salisbury, on the 9th W
day after the 4th Monday in" .Martli, f6r'j,He
ment against Defendant for a money densi-nd
and for the appointment of a Kecfiver,'nd ftl
Defendant is hereby notified to appear at tbe
time and place herein mentioned nd ton,,
swer or demur to the complaint durine ih
teini of said Court. -
John M. Horah, CSC, :'
April 15, 18SO-3 - of Bowan Cotintr1
26 :Cw '
Eowaa County. .
Bettie Lethco, Plaintiff.
William -M. Lethccr, defendant.
The defendant in tliii -l-tinn ill tn-l-
jticeiuut tlie piaintiH,liettte Let lien, hw f
j comniijiced a civil suit against the ilefenil'nf" '
: Win. M. Lethco. Itip a di vitrei- ri.inr,i.u
to the Spring Term of 18S0. of HowanSo- '
perior Court, to wit : on Hie !)t!i Monday f.
ter the 4th Monday in March. 1880, atjthe
Court House in Salisbury, w hen-aud vwtm
said ilefeiid mt is required to appenr anil
answer or ileiiiur to t-he " 1 . t i 1 1 1 i f Ps c mrp'aint.
Witness; Jn,,. M. Ilorah. Clerk of the
.Superior Court oMtowan county, at office
in S.iUleiry", Man h :5Kt. ltu "S
.1. M. IlOltAH, ('. S.C. -
J. M. (IuY. Att'y for Pllf. 'J4:5vf5
Anna McKay artd Motion to sell land men-
tioneil in the pleading f
others, Ex parte. ) for the purchase moncj H
due thereon. .
To William W. Heard, Sarah ii. T,earcl md
Mary Heard : - ': " .
Vou are notified that in the above entitled r
cause, it was ordered that the heir? irt law of
Margaretta L. -Heard be made panes Defend
ants, and it sppearii g that Win. W. Betnl,
Sar-irrH. Heard and Mary Heard, lu ire at law i
of Margaretta L.Heard, are nonresMmUiuflht
'State, it is considered by the Court Uutjou
appear at the next Term of the Superior Court,
to he held for the countv of Kowan, onth?9th
, Monday alter jhe 4th Mandav of March -int X
at the Court I louse is Salisbury, then and there
to appear and answer urdeinur to the coin-.4-plaint.
Witnesi mv hand and seal of ofBre, Marck -31st,
1SS0. ' J.M. HORAH,
24:6w$3 . -
North Carolina, y . - . :
Davidson County, ) "
W. W. I'-k-icarp, adm'r of
John C. Weavel, dee'd,
Wesley Weavel, Katharine
Weavel, Kowan liod en haul
er, Sarah Hodenhatuer, Al
exander HodcnhanSer, Nan
cy Morris, Louiza Morris,
Eliaa Hntl' and wife, Clem
entine Iluir, Harrison Sell,
and Andrew Reese,
Sarah Rodenhamer, Alexander nodenhaaf:
er, Nancy Morris, Looiza Morris, i Ilarrwon i
full and Andrew Keese, being-minors
general guardian, heirs at law, defendants.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,; j
by the sheriffs return and tlie phintifi,ffi"'U
v"i:. that Nancy Morris. and Louiza Morris, t
of the deft-ndonts in the above named proceed; ;
ing, are nonreridents of this State and re nff
essary panies.to the final deterinination cf'jj! j
proceeding in referei.ee to real estate in tin ;
State fit is therefore ordered that i.iiblicw
be made once a week for six couseculive wr
in the ' Carolina Watchman, a newspaper ppi
lished iiMhe town of alibury, N.C.notifvmf
said NaiKfy Morris arid Louiza Morris to P r
pear before the Clerk of our Superior Court L
his office in the Court House in Lexington, i:-.
Saturday the eighth day of-Iay. It'SO.ino
answer or demur to the petition which ha"
filed in this proceeding, otherwise judgrofP1 i
will be taken according to the prayer flflM ;
petitioner. C. F. LtiWE, . C
W.'F. IIexpeksox, Att'y for riainun.
SPECIAL ANWICEMET !
Have just opened; a Complete and
Atti active Stock of ,
DRY GOODS, FANCY G00PS. J
Notions, Clothing, Grocefiei, &c. -
Which they will be enabled to offer l
public and old pa'rons at as low pricea "';
one. Call and. see us Main Street,
door to Hoiah's Jewelrv Store.
Horse and Cattle Powders l
The largest Packages and smallest jfjjl
I'owder made, and warranted to do "
claims. Mauufactured at cir. !
18:tf BAEKEE'S DrugSW'
Mortgage Deeds for sale Wi
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