. - r7T 1
V. .' . ANEW MAX.
It i about lime, now that the friends
ot the two most prominent rivals for
(f Goyeruor! liave-got their dander up,"
to drop both and take up a new; man. - It
wiU W iMrsacrifice of feeling for OB to do-
so, for we hare not reached the couclu-
thm that any. one of our-distinguished
,:Kf. , citizens .gsscntiaj to the success
-, ir-! nU n-iii.MTatio i liiirtvi nor that the
, - , m f fc . . -
f ftpavty ;is so heavily in Uebrto any uo of
then) that it should standby him iu do
fiance of dicotdaut and offended nyuipa-
; thie.. We believe the people will cheer
u fully ratify the rejection .both of Jarvis
. and iwh if there ly the j whole strength
vfthe party con bo! concentrated upon
. Houie ot.it r fcood man. We have pleuty
-. niii!. it ml we triiKt the State Couven-
TcntbHi will keep before! their eyes the
main jmint, a united party, let it cost what
it mav. Neither Jarvis nor Fowle should
w weigh anything as against the success of
pi isieiples. ' There i too! much at stake
in the approaching coutest to sqnauuer
- priceless opportunities on personal trifles
Nor can we well afford to put-candidate
; in the field who will bedrjveo to defend
J themselves on charges made byfUieir own
'. .1 4-. .I.o . I liniiiul'H tm ': Til or.
should Ikj no waste of time aud energy in
thia way. Hence a neic man had better
bo taken Up concerning ruom mere una
Wen fio contest among ourselves. The
State Convention sitouia signaiizo n
' wisdom -either 1y harmonizing conflicting
opinions and feelings or totally ignoring
those -who are subjects o such discord
a.id it will be false to thelduty cntrus td
' toit should they fail to do w.
' "' Gov t Jarvis aud the editor of the Ral
.! -1 J 1 I. n . .. w a .Mn
ing out of articles publishedTby the editor
4 which the Governor says Sis an attack on
V Lis personal iutegrity and characterises
them as ''sneers and slanders.1 The
editor endeavors to show that the passages
"iftllnded to were not employed in that
''' tunm nii fnr tli if itm-tknaol K'lt. fn (Ttlflill
some of the reasons why it would be uu-
wise to nominate u candidate concerning
horn questions could arise in the can
vass al orer the State which would reJ
nmre explanation ana ietense. .1 lie eon-
Ti-nvfireir w nfirtfiitlM fliwl WlfTiMllf lt
. Gen. A. M. Scales js litoiuing up as a
candidate for Governor, within the last
few days, and if tire friends of Fowle and
Jarvis ''keep up their sharp -'words over
them until the 17th, Mr. Scales maj
sweep in. There will be nothing lost by
it : Scales Js the. equal of either ot them.
The Democratic pa;ty is rich in ood
material for . Governor, and the great
body of .voters are not caring much who
gets it. ltowairhas declared her prefer
ence, bat as between equals there is not
Tuuclia;hoice,"she will raise.no row against
Scales. - 1. .
Tf n ill VkA futnil Ilri1i1k .1 !
..friends of : Mr. Jarvis aud; Judge Fowle
shall be the means of laying them both
on the shelf. Certainly neither' of tbem
, have any occasion to feaf for -anything
.they have said or done or omitted to
s;iy or do. Either of theni would make
9 god Governor, and yet their friends
may work up jmlic feeling to such au
extent as to prevent the I nomination ol
either, t We conjecture die candidates
themselves are already puttiug up that
impressive, petition: Good Lorl. deliver
io iiiiiii uui int'iius. . i
: :.,:!ax5'kr iHCM. i ne census takers
weie, to begiu their work; on Tuesday,
first day, of June. They are already at it.
; What we have to av. fnrthpr n tlio ti.
i r r
. ject is, Answer the question they read out
tf) YO!l ; fl'llTll thfir ninara TI,i.a 1-
heavy, jtenalty, for-.refiisiug to answer.
Ignorant peole should be informed of
this by their more intelligent neighbors
, who read the newspapers, fcc. Tell them
:., to answer and save themselves trouble
"uf uTufIoile Register records with warm
eomuitndation a calico-pafiy in that city,
nndsaysit w.oneof thejmost enjoya
ble of allj the parties ever iveu tliere. It
was given in the Teuiperanee Hall, under
the patronage of some of the best people
in th city. All the iadies were dressed
in cotbm, nicely made up, and were more
Y cpti vutiug than they conld have been
in siiks, satins aud diamonds, i
Dp.T. J. IlaywootldieilonSanday last,
- after a long illnesst the residence of
' Hon. Dmiel G. Fowle, his son-in-law.
He w as 79 y ears old. He wis well known
throughout the State aaal learned aud
' skillful physician, and stood high in Ral
eigh 'through many years t ofTusefulness
in all. the varied walks oflife. ;, iL
. 7 - ,u U1" iougressionai
District ha ileiibired tliri.ni. '
, convejtio.is iu favor of MaJ. Robbins. It
i is cenerallv belitTrpd rW !,ia
...... ,9 i.i-au), vwurei. ! iie will fire
tlvt, jnonhtains this -snmnietj and make
. them roll up Democratic majorities
- woiuiy oi tue limes. --; i
- i Fast ATLfijxO.Traios on a new
-. WheUHto iietween Philadelphia and Chi
cago makjth trip, 822 miles, in 23 hours
an.rfj'uiiunrev :-luU r-- y
i $ Ennjlss Nrth ; Carolina Farmer for
; June is just to hand. It is the ieer of any
. cl iarm paper published.
r Star i There are sprout npou )nit
year's cotton stalks, in ifw Hanover
county, ' - i -
Ve Ju ..tin owner. 1
iH'W Preisidetitj will be. in thu city 6n Sno-
own people, and of our people among the
very best. The names of Wm..T. Dortch.
Kobt. 1J. Vane Alex. K. "Anilrews, Al-
phouso C. Avery and Win. E. Andersen
will silence, if anything can silence the
mischievous tongues and pen s of men
or personal ends by i creating; public .tin-
UlEPCBLlCA!? XaTIOXAL COSYEXTION
We tall attention to the report of yester
day's proceedings in the' Republican Coh-
ventiou now sitting at Chicago. Witu the
except ion of tlie 23 protcstants from Penn
sylvaniay agJiin.H the uominationtion of
liraut, f-uere is nine in ine report i iuui-cate-who
will;get the nomination The
opposition to jG rant is verjr bitter and un
yielding and the probabilities are agaiust
him. Upon tlie opinion df one of the best
informed Republicans in the Statewe
venture the iprediction lie -will 'Jack 60
roti'S on the first ballot,' and will not be
able to rise above it afterwards.
The tide of immigration to this country
from the old world has become enormous.
The arrivals ht Castle 'Garden. NT Y., for
the month np'to theJtn aiay, was oy.
And they aresaid.to be of, thebetf er class of
people, with tnoney sufficient to take cafe
ofJheurselve4 until they cau, settle down
to,busiuess.l J They are nearly all going
West in searv'h of cheap lands aud perma
Denied. Some one haviug charged
that pol. Win. Johnston deposited money
in the hands of Mr. C. McDonald, of Con
cord, to iuflueuce the public sentiment of
of Cabarrus in the interest of his noniiua
tion for Congress, Mr. McDonald has pub
lished a card; denying the statement.
There is a Poet Laureate in Lexiugton,
N. C, who has written for the :J2xchanye,
Canto If. entitled "De StultisrM which
fairly, rivals Teunyson's De Profundis,n
copied in that paper alorg with it. Both
are nonsense; to us, aud the Lexington
man's the best. ;
There are 171 stiideutsat the University,
nine of whom arc studying medicine and
thirteen law.; The annual expense is $85
for tuition, and for board, &c, from $84.-
50 to $185, according to accommodations,
Mr. Best anjd the party that accompanied
Dim up the eteru JNortn Carolina Kail
road day before yesterday morning, went on
through to Asheville, which place will no
doubt be the headquarters of the organiza
tion.J .There have been no iiositive devel
opments as td the policy of the road or . in
deed anything as to the management ex
cept that it will be in the interest of the
Kichmond & i Danville Railroad, with all
that implies, a condition of affairs not very
satisfactory to Charlotte, at least.
We undertaml that Major Wilson has
been appoint ed engineer in charge of con
struction, a position which he will fall with
great satislartion, as has been proven by
ms worK already done in this direction un
der great difficulties. , ' . . .
JEdge Avery, who left the city vesterdav
morning, saysj he knew nothing of his ap
pointment until he was told about it bv
soms one w ho had seen it ia a Raleigh pa-
per. ac is not Known wnetner or not he
will accept, j '
JMr. W. I. Dortch, who was a violent ou-
por.cnt of the sale, has acceptid 1 1. e position
of director, and says he will do all he caa
to help build the road. Charlotte Observer.
audgeUavid Davis, on the Revis
ion of the Tariff.
Tariff pi-actically means taxation, and
all tnxation.inot equitablv adiuste'd is
odious. While the interest on au oppres
sive nnbilC debt. th npnainna nriiff1
with the blood of soldiers and sailors who
fought for the Union and the regular ex-
penseof carry iug on the government are
to be met, A u ties on im ports m ust cou -
tiuue to furnish one of the sources of rev
enue. So lonir as thosu dnfipa mm IaviV.1
maunfi4cturer4 will be benefited according
to t ho. degree or the mode in which
the duties may be distributed. . The ex
isting tariff is regarded as a confused mass
of incongruities and monopolies, created
by special legislation, and open to con
stant fraud onj the revenue. , It taxes the
cousuiher heavily, on those articles es
pecially that are most needed by the toil
ing" masses. -It taxes every newspaper,
ivery fecliotil book, every Bible. 'and th
salt of the workiugman with gross injus
tice, because the poor pretense of revenue
does not exist to cover the, wrong. , A re-
viaiou, therefore, which shall be at once
searchiug and fair is demauded. and
should bo promptly and efficiently made
" The Public Debt. -The debt of the
Uaited States jiu round unmbera, is two
uiousanu miiuons, deducting the Jioard
edcoin in the-ti easury. The interest upon
it last year wits over one hundred mil
lions,; . These are appalling figures. ? The
rapid exlinctitju of tle debt is, ,to "be de
sired, fii-stbejcause it uwonld .diminish
the present burdens, . and for, the, addi
tional reason tMt one of the effect of ra
national ; 4ebt.U,to; create -a preferred
class, to live on iucoines free from taxes
under our la w. .Haying . the j protection
of the goveruuUiit ats home; audj abroad,
thi wyuU coBtribute iiiithiug to U sun'
Sale ok Tnai Carolls.. . Ckktbal Rail
wat. WUmingten. May SlTbe Carolina
RsiUuy, uxteidiiitf from Wilmingtoo to
ty'tAwith aU .its property" rights
and fiauch;gcs, j was sold here to day At aud
tion, under a decree of forcclosun for f 1 ;
200,010, to T.; a French, A.Y. . Qnt
R. Murchison jss. SWhelbee.an'd A,V.
fitont, committee representing the first mort
gage bondholders, were the purchasers,'
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL 00N-
Alt Adjouruhicnt yitboit a Konil-
. t nation., i .
The Pfnn$yhamn Delegation Publish a
ProtestTemporary Organization Ef
: fected No Other Business of Imper
i tance Trantactetl. - jJ .
TOCniCAGO,June 2.-Ttie following mani
festo was published this morning: " We,
the undersigned, delegates to the nation
al convention from Pennsylvania know
ing that the sentiment of the Republicans
of said State is largely against the jiorai
nation of Gren. U. S.5 Grant for President,
aud having' the best Interest of the Repaid
lican party at heart, and desiring honest
ly to represent I our constituents, hereby
pledge Ourselves to vote against hisuom
inatioriV; Signed by 23 delegates. ,
Senators Wagner, West,' Robertson aud
otheriiof the protesting New York
gation, are receiving numerous telegrams
from their constituents endorsing their
action and urging firm ness. j ,i
' Senator B. K. Bruce was serenaded at
the Palmer House last night by his Color
ed friends among the delegates represent
ing all the Southern States. They) were
enthsiastic in their expressions iu favor
of his nominatiou for Vice Presideiifi. He
made a brief speech from ; the rotuuda.
Geo. Williams, of Cincinnati, responded
in an eloquent speech, full of compliments
for the manner in which Senator Bruce
had represented the celored race in jCon
i - ... . i
gress. There seems to be a detertnina
tion on the pari of the colored delegates
to present the name of Senator Bruce, iu
the convention for v ice President, j
''"The national committee yesterday de
cided that neither of the Louisiana jdele
gations should be admitted to the tempo
rary organization of the convention.!
The Grunt caucus lasted until midnight.
There were nearly 300 delegates in the
room. John Weiitworth presided. Conk-
ling made a powerful speech, setting forth
the reasons why they should remaiu solid
for Grant and not be frightened by a! par
eel of boys,, us lie characterized the isup
Li.... ' e .1. 1 -
porters oi me oiiposing cauuiuares. i lie
said all thev need do was to lie firmj and
Grant would he nomiuated. The Blaine
delegates also held a caucus. j
At 12:30 the delegations were genernlly
iu their places, but the galleries are filling
slowly. j j
:05 p. m. Chairman Cameron, of the
the Republican national committee, call
ed the convention to order, and called up
on Rev. Dr. Keitridge, of Chicago, jwho
opened the proceedings with prayer.!
Cameron briefly jiddressed the conven
tion, referring to the bitterness which had
attended the preliminary -canvass, which
he hoped would now disappear in the airi
and give way to the determination to put
in nomination for the presidency the
strongest candidate, and one who would
command the respect of the civilized
world. He counseled harmonious and
united action. In conclusion, he announc
ed that he had been instructed by the
national committee to put iu nomination
for temporary chairman Hon. George F.
Hoar, of Massachusetts. Applause. The
nominatiou was uuauimously ratified, land
Davis, of Texas, Frye, of Maine, land
Raum, of Illinois, were appointed a com
mittee to conduct him to the chair, i
Hoar, in taking the platform, addressed
the convention at some length. He said
the function of the convention was that
of naming a man whom the people would
"Tlie following were appointed tempo
rary secretaries : John H. Robert! of
Illinois ; C. L. Magee, of Pennsylvania.
also Chas. W. Clisby.of Alabama, Broad -
well, of Missouri, as reading clerk ;
Eugene Davis, of New York, officials teuo-
Hale, of Maine, to expediate the busi
ness, moved a resolution that the roll of
States and Territories be called, and that
the chairman of each delegation shall
name members of the committees in the
following order : On permanent organi
zation ; on rules and order of business;
on credentials and on resolutions. Adopt
ed without objection. i
The roll was accordingly called and the
committees named. Ohio's presentation
of James A. Gariield as one of the com
mitteemen was greeted with considerable
applause. . j
Utah being excluded in the roll of States
and Territories, Frye asked that it be in
cluded. . i
Coukliug, on rising, was received with
applause, and said there were objections,
holding as he did, that the order of the
convention had been executed as proposed
by the national committee. There was a
contest iu Utah as in Louisiana, and so
they were , omitted. The chair ruled
that as the . com mi t tee's roll bad been
called a . motion to add any State or Ter
ritory was iu order.
Frye said it was agreed by the commit
tee that Utah should be put upon that
roll grest applause, and that the secre
tary of the national convention says the
Utah omission was. made, bv a. mistakn.
WId applause. t j
Coukliug said if thU had been a mis
take it should be corrected. -1 '
McConuick, of Arizona, moved a call
of the roll of States aud territories !for
presentation of creditials and for notice
of contest, and that all such papers be
referred without statement or debate to
the committee on credentials. Adopted.
On a call of the roll Alabama and Ar
kansas cave notice of a content. , I
Henderson, of Iowa, ga ve notice of a
contest in teu districts of Illinois, j Ap
plause tu Uw galleries.. War mouth noti
fied a . contest in Louisiana mnfnfi
were, ff m notified in Pennsylvania and
Utah, the latter by Conkling, of I'ew
lotlcbj mjnest.. A t j
In the colloquy m between Cmklinv Wn1
Frye about Utalu the oi.lv feat j?h f i. I
cial significance was the nthasiastie ap
plause which greeted Frye from both gal
leries and floor, v i'l s
Conkling, motet! that ias some, pf the
committees already appointed could not
report in time for the evening session to
night the convention take a recess uu til
to-morrow morning atlll Vclock ;
lift. . ; ' i t .. -
Lpspos, May 31. Edwin Thomson and
Alfred Geo. Taylor are declared defaulters
on the stock Exchange.!. .,(.-
A Cabul dispatch reports that Adurrah
man Khan has .written to the, chiefs, in
which he thanks God thatthe gates to the
friendship of the British are at last, open,
and trusts that all who were lojal to the
previous Ameers will be equally loyal to
him, and promises to meet all the chiefs in
Cabul shortly. ! '
K Constantinople dispatch says the great
Council of Ulemus has decided that Com
merofi's assassin shall not be executed, and
European intervention with the administra
tion of .Turkey will noti be pecepted. Sheik
Ul Islam refused to sign the order for the
execution of the assassin, and the Grand
Vizier and other ministers are preparing to
resist the European demands.
Another Indian Massacrk. St. Louis,
May 31. A Southern New j Mexico special
sajs : Indians attacked a party of Mexicans
at Old Fort Cummings, Saturday, and one
man was wounded. A paymaster who was
passing pursued the Iudians with an escort
and fought them all the afternoon. They
retreated in Cook's cannon at night, and
since then fire bodies have been found in
Cook's cannon, among them Sam'l J. Lyon,
stage drivel. All the bodies are terribly
burned ; the stage coach and three wagons
being also burned. It is supposed at least
four others were massacred. The Indians
left in the direction of Fordia. Troops
arrived at the scene Saturday and took up
the trail of the Indians.
The Anti-Third Term Committee. St.
Louis, May, 80. It is authoritatively stated
here that the National committee of one
hundred provided fori by the Republican
Ant'-Third Tim Convention held May 6th
have been appointed, and that the names of
the gentlemen composing it will be announc
ed at Chicago in the event of the nomina
tion of Gen. Grant.
Woman Sdkfragists in Chicago.
Chicago, May 31. There is a large number
of women here, nearly every State in the
Union lieing represented, who, under the
auspices of the national woman's suffrage
association, have established a headquarters
at the Palmer House. The object is to se
cure a plank in the Republican platform
favoring woman suffrage.
Linecol, Ont, May 31. Owing ton
misplaced switch . a freight train on the
Great Western Road ran off the track near
this place. The engine and twelve cars roll
ed down a twenty feet embankment, caught
fire and burned to nshes. The engineer was
killed and burned almost to a t inder. Two
otli ers were injured
Wasincton, May 31. Senate. On
motion of Eaton, the House joint resol'i
tion requesting the President to open
negotiations with France, Spain, Austria
aud Itally, with a view to the removal of
restrictions upon the importation of to
bacco into said couutrics, was taken and
Davis, of West Virginia, chairman of
the committee, thought the business of
Congress was not now in such a state that
a day could be safely fixed upon for ad
journment ; the cominitte therefore would
not yet report back the House resolution
providing for adjournment, but hoped it
might lie practicable for Congress to ad
journ about the 10th or 15th of June.
On motion of Buruside, the Senare
took up the House bill to carry, into ef
fect the resolution of Congress adopted
October 29, 1781, with regard to a monu
mental column at Yorkfown, Va. It ap
propriates $100,000 for the erection of n
monument aud $30,000 to defraying the
expenses of the Yorktown centennial
celebrat ion. After considerable debate.
in which Kernnn.i Maxev. Johnson.
Hampton, Withers, Butter, Hereford and
and others supported the bill, and Cock-
rell and Morrill opposed it, the bill was
amended so as to provide that thirteen
Senators shall be members of the com
mission for the selection of a site, and
was then passed.
The decision of onr North Carolina
courts that a marriage solemnized abroad
between a white person and a negro,
citizens of this State, who intend to re
turn here, is void, has been followed in
a celebrated case in New i York. Mr.
Orson Crampton, a prominent lawyer of
Mobile, fell in love with his aunt and she
agreed to marry him. But the Alabama
law not permitting it, he proposed that
they should go to New York and marry
aud then return to Mobile, i He finally
tired of berand flew, the track. Visit
ing New York, she sued him and recover
ed a $10,000 judgment, but it was set aside
and the promise held void, the ceurt
holding that when the parties are to be
domiciled is the place of performance of
the marriage contract, because the sub
stantial consequences of the act are fixed
by the law of the domieile, and because
the presumed intention of the parties can
not i otherwise be effectuated. lialtiqh
Welcome the Visitors. Prof. W. C.
Kerr, State Geologist, is in correspon
dence with a wealthy gentleman of Min
neapolis, Minnesot i in regard to the
grape and fruit culture in the western
part of the State. The professor also has
a letter from au euiiuetit seieutist of Phil
adelphia, asking him to make a tonr of
the mountains about the middle of Jnue
with a number of geologists and botanists
of note. Every summer these parties
make trips through the mountains of this
State, which afford tile richest field iu the
co iu irv for researches of this character.
Professor Kerr has accompanied several I
Mrs. Sarah Leigh Hooa died in this
city? yesterday, at the residence of her son
Dr.J Thomas D.' Hoooj - A ttii vrorM
waked to another day of labor and strife
and Niin, ended -long life 4f" Innocence
Hiiu geuiieuess huu peace. itaieigu
The Herald, Detroit, Mich., says of
W amer's Hafe Liver and Kidney Cure :
Its efficacy in kiduev. liver, and nrinarv
deases'Is so Tnlljf acfcnow ledged that it
is not Worth the: quetiouing. Bona fide
testimonials from well-known citizens in
public and private te , life nre , evidences
Strong enough to convince the mostjstub-
uoru doubter.' ; : y a ": , 1 s i
, N K V ADVK ItPISEM EX TS.
TAX NOTICE !
. Notice is herebv iriven tliat I will attend
at . the Mayor's Office, on Inniss stm t, two
tioois alHive tlie lJost Ulhce, from Monday,
June 7th, 1830, to 'June 30th, 1830, inclu
sive, for the ixiriHiMe of Listing the taia-
ble property , and Polls, of the Town of
ausuury, lor eoi poration taxes ot said
town. All licrsous failiuir to nt tiinl n.nd
list their taxables will be subject to all
ine pains ami penalties of the law, which
is fifty dollars fiue, or thirty days impris
onment, and. Alt'uruY, Clerk
June 1, 1830.1 Board Commissioners.
PRODUGE & COMMISSION
MERC HANT !
BUYS AND SELLS ALL KINDS OF
Wool, Cotton, Flonr, Meal, Corn, Home and
Cow Food, &c. &c. Agent for the
ELKIN WOOLEN & COTTON MILLS.
BRING IN YOUR WOOL!
A fine lot of White and Yellow Pine Sawed
Shingles on hands cun fill orders for almsot
any qua.itiy of these fine shindea.
fcIrish Potatoes of this yearns growth
ou haud and for sjile.
One Thousand Chickens
And One Thousand dozen Eicg wanted.
NORTH CAROLljiTaAlL R3AD CO.,
SECRETAKi & TREASURER'S OPFICE.
Compakv Shops, N. O , May 31, 1880.
The Thirty fit Annual Meeting of
locKiioinerH oi tlie iorth CMrolnia Kmlroad
Cum pan v will le liUl in (ireeiboro, N. t',
uu (he Seeoiul Xhuriuliiy in Jniy, 1SS0, and
thfcTransffr liookn of b:iM eoinpuiiy will be
closed from thixdul- until after the meet ine.
3 Ct p. B. BUFPIff, Sect'y.
Fruits, ' Candies,
32: - tf
According to tlie Litn Lw, (Sec. 3 chapter
bo of Battle's Revi-ml), I will ell at public
.-Miction oivlhe publie t-qnare, in Salisbury, on
the 12th diiy of June, 1 fop Huggv", the
property of Li ndsuv Ds son, and upon which
1 have a .Mechanic' Lien, to satisfy coat for
repair, advertisement and cale.
Johs L. Wright A Son.
May 27, 1SS0. 32:2t
All ersns having steelyards, scales,
and all kinds of measures which have not
Ween sealed within the last two years must
bring them to me at once, to have them
sealed as the law requires.
May 29, 1330. 3t Standard Keeper.
JUtoriui at ato,
Sallabury, TV. o.
All Endorse It.
The Rocorder, Ainericus, Ga., says:
"Clerks, Senators, Representatives, Doc
tor, Lawyers, Citizens, in public and pri
vate life, are testifying by the thousands,
amd -over their own signatures, that a
remedy has been found for Bright' Dis
ease of the K'dneys aud for Dialietes ;
these are respectively known as Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and War
ner's Safe Diabetes Cure.
Chew Jaoksou'a Jiest Sweet NavyTobaccc
Very Desirable IloiiKe
and hot for Sale,
Located at Healing Spring, Davidson county
N.C. Room sufficient for two huh 1 1 fa mi lies
to Pitminer. If not koI1 by the loth of June,
will Rent on reasonable termi fur the neasou.
Terms Cash. Apply to L. M. DAVIS,
30.1m Rock llill, S. C.
DAVIE COUNTY, In Superior Court,
W. G. Marklank, Gtiard'n of
Geo. N. Callie nd Curtia
Markland, Heirs at Law of Petition for
John Markland, dee'd. Plf, I
Eugenia Markland and Mil
ton Markland, , . Dejen'U.)
It appearing to the Malefaction of the Court
on affi davit that Eugenia Markland, a defendant
above named, is a nonresident of the Slate and
cannot, after due diligence, be found therein'
It is ordered, that publication be made for aix
anccewive weeka in the "Carolina Watch
man," a newspaper published in Salisbury, N.
C, notifying the said defendant, Eugenia
Markland. to appear at the Office of ih f!lrk
of the Suprerior Court of aaid county, on or
U fore Friday, the 25th day ofJtiae, 1880, and
answer the petition which is filed in aaid office
or the plaintiff will applr to the Court for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Witnew, this fith d'y of May, 1880.
G. M RixoiMM. (1. 8. C.
S0:Cw Divic County.
S ICIIHIf 11 !
We are determined that our ...
LA RG E STO OK
, SHALL BE SOLD.
We offer Special Prices to Cash and
Prompt Paying buyers. Our Stock ia t
For us to attempt to enumerate herej
But if you will call and see us, we
to make it to your
Determined to Sell
Our Seasonable Goods.
ROSS & GREENFIELD.
May 19, 18S0.
LUDDBN 8l BATBS'
Orand Clearing Ont Sale -The one
Grand Chance of a Lifetime to
buy a fino Fiado or Organ
Commencing Mhj'15 anj ending July 1.
To Have lieavj expense and lahur vl remyving
to our New Double Four Sti ry JSture, July 1,
we offer our entire flock ef Pianos and Or
gans now on hand snH to arrive before femor
al, consiftir.tr of 27 Chickering, 50 Math
nshek, 21 Ligl'te & Co, 5 Kallet & Davis,
62 Southern Gen, 10 Favorite, 28 Guild
& Church Pianos, 110 Mason & Ham-
lin, 100 Peloubet&to, 44vSlerliiigOrgan8.
Al; new ami jiift Irotu I lie riu lory. Ali-o 100
SeconJ-IIaiitl PiaiioM ai d UrtiiH, nearly all
ined onlv from one l fix moiitLx, and rrecine
Iv gooil a new. Ail to -he closed out by
illy 1 , at Manufacturer's Wholesale Ralen.
We can't and won't move limn. I) n't miss
this chance. Address u fnr '"Clearing Out
Sale Circulars and I'rici," and Le quick
about it too. MIDDEN & 1? VTEs
Souihern Miihc Ihmse,
3I:3w Savtinnah, Cla.
At the Old B(Kk-Store Stand, nest
door to Barker' Dni; Store.
COUNTRY PRODUCE Bought
Hi8 friends are respectfully invited to
call and see him. 2d:3ui
ChurCh & CO'S. Fine Baking
Soda, Put up iu neat packages, for aie
at J. D. 3IcNE ELY'S.
Blacker and Hendersoi,
SALISBURY, N. C
J.tn.iHv22 1879 tt.
JiMES M. GRAY,
gttarnciT anil Counsellor at fato,
TDK BUILDISO ADJOIXIXO TnE COURTnOUSK-
Owners of GolcTMlnlnEr Ijm.l nnd HilT-Arc nut In
A 11 Mining Interests meet prompt attention.
Notes, accounts, tc collected.
Estate, and all mitlm nt iilmi
t v muiMtmi tA wa S3 MUU
Executors, &c. settled
Land and all other titles carefully Investigated.
QCIL CQTlTf A r T lu v Tan, la In pf,.K
ana adjolnla? counties bousrni and sold.
Communication solicited with those deslrtnir to
buy or aeU.
Arrangements made to purchase cheap lands Id
Florida, Texas aol Minnesota (that part known as
the promised Land).
Lands tor sale In Illinois, anj alone the James
river In Virginia,
Parties desiring to lea ve, or com to, North Carolina
furnished with necessary lntormatlon.
N.B. Lands bought and sold along the proposed
Uneof the Wadesboro and Salisbury railroad. (This
road must be bunt whether Anson, stanlv and Row
an counties receive out&lde aid or not. The progress
of the day and the awakening energies of the peo
ple ot these counties demand and must have It J.
Arrangements net nc TMrfvtvi t Tint t ItxK- 9 n. Im
Salisbury and at other points in market.
P.S. A market ready for small desirable farms.
3f"Call at office, or address Lock Box 390.
Money Saved By Examining
Klnitz & Benin's
Large and Well Selected Stock of
Just Bead a few lines nnd judge tv
bulauce of our Stock accordingly : - z- ,
Lawns, piques, and Percals at 10 cts. Two or three
Thousand yar s of Good Calico, bought last year,
that we offer at 1)4 cts. A Full assortment of all
DBY &D3 AND- NOTIONS.
A complete Stx of Shoes at old prtfes. Ladles and
Men's Bate from u ct up. a Fuu Assortment of
8hlru at last year a prices.
. Olotlilzie Cheap s
ran sell Man Coat lor 50 cents. KLjut or Ten
5nfof COFFEES, from t cts to the Finest
Mocb.4. Bapht varleUes of Syrups and itolasses ve
ry cheap. A gnod assortment or SUGARS as low
ait cuo b hod 4 the place. jVelveSidii of
Chrapest yo th beat to be bad ! any market
blt, Leaner, Meats croc! er-; Potatoesand many
many arUjl- not herein mentloniHl
We tray and sell all kinks of o uatrr Produce and
wuinar good prices tor Dried Fruit and I'errtea.
fZZ 1ire mi 03 berorc Tou buy or seiLej
MJ9; lo. - Jl:3nv
Lktter and Note Heads, Hill He'ds,
Cakds nnd Envelopes prinfed to order
at vrry low rates. Call at tbi office.
n. Frank Srehem
c3. eZTi aI
six j. tiuv i j
Practices jn the'-Statq and
W US 9 .
"Thouffh a' iiivwr ivri., i, M.
At Ho. 1,
HcCUBBIHS. BEALL 4 en
Have j ust received thri, l3
SPRING AMD SUMMER STAC!
JL "XL VV
BOUGHT EXTII1ELT FOB rlW
at exceedingly low prices, which m't .
to please. Thev ha - V ,1 S8Bn I
8ock of DRY GOODS. ' q
IIATS. CAPS, and QCEEXS
iaa, oacun, i,ara, riour, Meil.4,
neJ a apents lor the sale of Jon, v
RYMAS&CO'S. BOSE niTjiT
be the very beat cotton and kobacco O
, . , v ii v i I tnen Knt-r n l
Stones Bolting Cloths, Eureka BhSS
March. 20-, 1880. . 23j
P. S-We have fenced nn Vb i .l
intr Lot in rear Of of our V.ri,. ,4
people can hitch and feetlkithoofSS
putUng up Stal's. K?"X,i
. IMlil. m
to shut the gate
Br rirtue of a certain Alon
as Tniflee, I will hI I ,n tlie
24th ilay tf Mavuext. for eas
ty. of the Rowan Gold aa-1 Copper
acres of land, with wlralfvr LMaeliinm
may le thereon, together witli MllitieM
Minint; Rialits. Priil-Lw. Iii.,.,i.:5:-
piovements ami apiMirtetMiiceM iit-tnUU
ing or In any way apertaining-king
property so long anil well known aht
rner Mine. U
5.I-or description of prpfwrtj nii
aee Mort-ige to the nmJt'rignt?.l dated FLn
arv 2.3th. 18(H. ami rePord.d Sit IW v.
pge 254. in the Register's ! offict '.Bon
- J 0HH Ai THOMPSON, TrW
rtowaiico., April iu, 16SU. 25:f.w
flflf WATCHES ARE Mi
It will be apparent to any Lie, w Lot ill a
amine a 8oLlutOLI WaichL thtit vide frte
Hie net-em' a ry thick nes for niL'raving aiJ
iihiuc. a laree proiKrtion'of'Uie nri.ii..k
al used, i neetlrd onlv to aliflinaml Uit
engraved portion in-plae, and jiipir ta,
necearv aoliditr and slrenuili. TLe mnL
sold is actually needless ho tar an.tmmai
Ueaiity are concerned. In Jamei-BOIT-
: PATENT GOLD WATCH CASI5
this waste 'f precious metal in overcunt,
the same saliditv and atrtnpth urwiw
at from one third io one hall vl tlie tmloi
of solid caen. This iroctsi U of lbefw
simple nature, a fulloWr A i'tilate ol KtU
couiposiiiuii metal, especial It i(l)Hj It il
purpose, has two plates of solid ptlimAe
ed one on each eide. The three art then pa
ed between fKlihed steel rollern, trd ihUr
Bull is a nirlp of heavy plattd coiDjxwua
from which the cnsei. bat-kH ' centred. ka
sc.. are cut and shaoed bv nuitibledinKi
fornierx. The gold in these cn Uwioesj
ly thick t'1mii r all kindnof chwnj,t
gravini! nnd enamelling; the engraved a
havetwH-ii carried until wornpefi-ctlf nwk
by time and ute without removing iboio
This iVihe oulv Cte Mde withTf
Plates of Solid Gold dt Warru
l)V Snftiil f Yrlifw-nl : i
"For -ale Bv J. &H.'iIORAir.andiIlsW
w .. -..-.-
STATE OF NORTH CAROLffl
Davie County In Superior Cfin
M. R. Chaffin, adm'r of J. ' 1
l T....I ,1 i.i nijr i
A'jaintU PelitiOB fo
John Jnrilun Plmiianl I !
Kermrdy and wife, Sarah I land to
Kennedy, tt al. Heirs al l
Law, VrfvCU. J
It appenrins to the i tinfarlion of thC
on affidavit of FlaiiTtilfL that P eaMRtK
and wife, Sarah Kennedy, tvi of tbeD;
antM alxive named, are non-recidntf
Slate. It iii nrH.Tnl that litigation be
lor hit fnirrtASri wfot-a Jnf the "Cife!,s
JVatchman," a newspaper published
bury, N; C, notifying wid defendant w!
pear at the Office of the Clerk iof tle ."MiPL'
Court if aaid rnnntv rn I lit- 4lh OUT Ol
1880. "intl anitwerth nelition Whitb ii.iw.
aid oflice, or the plaintiff will ap!f ?
Court for the relief demanded in the f
Thi the 20th dv of A pril, 18S0. i
27:6 w (i t RixghIH. CJIU
ROWAN COUNTY. fErri.
Pi.ntir. t fx a a T.im vv I llAfTrDn,
Trading as Potter & llofluian. Plaiih Ti
. Against j . ", i
The North Carolina (JoldAmgmaUf
tJompany, JJefenaam. -;
-'V ' X.
t jvHI take fiolic tW j
ve theJudgdoflb x ,
,e held for Kown OflJ
in Kalislmrv, on tbt?'
The Defendant jvHI take
PlaintinV will move
pcrjor (Vxirt, to be
.t. . . i f
me v.oun i louse in oaiisnurT, uu .--- ,u
j . r. .i j . i s k.li for
uay aner ine tin aiomiay in .hiii - i
meht against Defendant kr money
and for tiie-appointount of a Bf ce ier, J
Defendant is hereby notLfied to PI J
time and place herein mentioned J
er or oemur io me couipiju
term of said Court. r -
Jons M. nonin.C.S.-
April 15, 1SS0 of
26 :6w . " I Ci
Attorney and Counsellor at Li
RATARP.tTRY. N. C. .
nffloA ti. t,'A n.., iinnM Int. n3
to Squire Hartgliton. WUlkracUWf
the Conrt of the State. I 'U i
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBs5f)
7CR THE WATCHW
parties beforiJsaiegh Olserrrr.