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Aug. 5, 1880, edition 1 /
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Sober Thoughts. ,
" Friends are won by those vrho be
lieve id winning. X .
People's intentions can. only be de
cided from their couduct.
Falsehood always endeavors to copy
the mien and attitude of troth.
Every man is! bound to tolerate the
act of which he himself sets the ex
Trnth is the foundation of all
knowledge and the cement of all so
cieties. r" j' .
Never lend an- article I you have
borrowed unless you have had per
mission to do so.
There is nothing more to be esteem
ed than a manly firmness and decis
ion of character.
He who has an opinion of hir own,
and depends upon the opining and
tastes of others, is a slave. ;
It it easy to pick holes in other
people's work, but far more profitable
to do better work yourself.
We mount to heaven mostly on the
ruins of oar cherished schemes, finding
our failures were successes.
Never think that God's delays are
God's denials. Hold on ; hold fast ;
hold out, Patience is genius,
The practice of duelling still pre
vails in some localities. .Recently in
South Carolina two men, both' sport
ing the colonel prefixed to their names,
met ana exchanged snots in oraer, as
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mey j.reituueu, w vmuiraic iuwr -
honor. One of the men was shot dead
at the first fire, the other was unhurt
except the stain of blood that must
ever rest upon him and brand him as
a murderer. The laws of South
Carolina forbid duelling,) and the
press of the state is generally outspo
ken against the murderous practice.
Whether the surviving murderer will
ever be broucht to trial and uunished
according to the moral and lei?al
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merit of his crime remains to be seen ,
The following question by the At
lanta, Ga., Constitution, in reference
Jo this duel is thus very appropriate
ly answered by the Christian neigh
"How long will the people of the
South allow themselves, their society
and their civilization to-be misrepre-
sen ted by assassins and borderers
Answer : As long as war? military
displays, military schools and war
heroes continue to maintain their hold
over the people, upheld and; popular
ized by monuments and the eulogistic
utterances of the press, the rostrum
and the pulpit.
- The water running along j the hun
dred pipes of a city can not rise above
the fountain from which it proceeds
talk and write its people may.
A Useful Man,
"There is a man," said his neigh-
- Dor, speaking of a village carpenter,
'who has done more good, I really
believe, in this community than any
person whaever lived in it. He can
not talk viry well in prayer-meeting,
end he (Josen't often try He isn't
worth $2,1)00, and it's very little that
be can put down on subscription pa
pers for any object. But a new family
never moves into the village! that he
does not find them out,' to 451 ire them
-a neighborly welcome and offer them
any little service he can render. He
is usually on the look-out to give
strangers a seat in his pew at church.
He is usually ready to watch with a
sick neighbor and look after his af
fairs for him, and I've- sometimes
thought he and his wife keep house
plants in the winter just for the sake
of being able to send little boqaets to
invalids. He finds time fbr a pleas
ant word for every child lie meets,
and you'll always see them climbing
into his pne-horse wagon when he has 1
no other load. He really seems to"
have a genius for helping folks in all
6orts of common ways, aud it does me
good every day just to meet him on
the street, Selected.- j
Dr. Gregory, professor at ".; Oxford,
- having received for examination the
- model -bf an invention for rendering
artillery more dekmctive, exhibited
it to Sir Isaac Newton, to. obtain his
opinion of it. Sir Isaao was jmnch
displeased with itj saying that if it
tended as much toltha perserration of
mankind as to their destruction, the
inventor' would have deserved a great
reward ; but as jit was contrived
isolely for destruction, he rather de
served to be pauwhed. Edinburg
Encyclopedia, by Brewster, j r
L The Jesuits expelled from France
have purchased house at Prague, at
ft cost of .5,000, ! 1
As for war, you may mark me for
a thorough Quaker. I believe, it to be
utterly opposed to the Spirit of the
gospel for man' in any case, to draw
the sword and stab his brother.-
Gordon Hall, i v:
In our age there can be no peace
that is not honorable ; there can be
no war that is not dishonorable.
Charles Sumner. - .-
A Sensible Mother
It is realty pitiful to see-a good,
conscientious: little mother resolutely
shutting herself away from so much
that is best and sweetest to her. chil
dren's lives, for the sake of tucking
their dresses and ruffling their petticoats.--rllowj
surprised -and grieved
she will be to find that her boys and
girls, at .. sixteen, regard 'mother'
chiefly as a most excellent person to
keep shirts in order aud make new
dresses, and not one to whom they
care to go for social companionship.
Yet before they are snubbed out of it
by repeated ! rebuff. such as run
away, I'm too busy to listen to your
nonsense,' children naturally go to
their mother ! with all their sorrows
and-pleasures; knd if mother can on-
Iv enter into all their , olans. how
pleased they are. Such a shout of
r , '
delight a& I heard last summer from
Airs. J? nendly s croouett ground.
where her two little girls were play-
r a cj i
mg. UIi ! goody, goody mamma is
coming to play with us.' She was a
I huav mnthpr f no nnil T L- n r w
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.uUU. c.px.eu w u,c w
moments oi recreation snecouia snatcii
for something more interesting than
playing croquet! with little children
not much "taller than their mallets.
She has often said, to me, 'I can't let
my children grow away from me. I
must keep right along with them all
fh;mo n,l Jf ;D
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with the little ones, or Latin gram-
I 1 L t ill M .1
mar auu uab& W,U1 ne Dys or
rrencn ionary sasii ribbon
witk the girls, I must
be in it as far
as I can ScrjBner.
An Invasion-. Col. Ben. Marsh,
IVfoi T. l 1 J ri . r 1... il
.j. v.., auij.ujt,
the W estern .N. C. Railroad, stepped
from the depot Mitoownf last Satur-
larlQV Orifl Arftihyw a lU.aa.A ... 1 1- I
r"lV i "V w,J" a wum arounu
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Ult-V- Avatiroaa is getting
near, sure enough. And what an out-
rage, that it should be pushing ahead
now I Every nail driven in tP. th
t I , . , l
i'iv " "'fgft iiiiucu
cat iitnll 1 1. ' 11 f !
.v, w u.uu ,aiicr it would iail
than for them to go to heaven. Their
only object on earth is to criticise and
make fools . of themselves Irvine, to
prophecy evil and slander. AsheviUeV.1 WHS 8eutei,ccd to hanged for mur
City Life Not Sociable. A gentle
man at Wil liamstoww, on thej piazza of
tlie Mansion House, stepped upto anoth
er aim asked :
"Are jou an alitmuins?"
"Of what class 1"
"The class of 1855."
"I am of that class," replied the other.
'Where are you living?"
"For thirteen years I have been living
in Jsew York."
"Why, I live there; where do you at-
ienu euurctt T"
"I have attended Dr, Crosby's church
all the thirteeu years."
"Indeed I For as much as thirteeu years
1 have been going 6 that church !"
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a bbuu'h iirntrnfi m ba a. i a
. rvor,,cu u, uu lUfuppo-
site kiiIp. nf th odift
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sociability had m all that period failed
somehow to bring together these
who for four years here had known each
other like brothers.-i-N. YJ Post.
Western X. C. Railroad. C
Maj. J, W. Wilson, constf&cting engineer
bf the Western Jforih Carolina Railway
Company, passed through Greensboro Mon
day evening on his way home from New
York, where he had been during the pest
ten days in the interest of the company
Whtth be ably represents, puring hiabritf
stay m Greensboro the editor of the Patriot
gathered the following facts from him in re-
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gard to the Yestern North Carolina Rail
road : '
j 1. That all matters pertaining to the set
tlement of tlie contract for the purchase of
the Western North Carolina Railroad by
W. J. Best and his associates have been ad
justed. ! i r - "
; . That the entire indebtedness to the
employes,' and "others along the line of the
road, will be paid within the next few days,
probably daring the present week. " ' '
7 3. That the amount doe the State of North
Carolina on the 1st day of "August, 1880,
willbe promptly paid to the State Treasurer!
j 4. That Maj. Wilson :in behalf of the man
agement has already made a requisition up
on the Governor of the State for the convict
labor pamed, Jo the contract,: which he In
tends to put on the route beyond Ashcville,
and push forward the work" construct ion
without any further delay, v ,
t 5. That the road from its present term!
aas to Asheville will be completed within
the next three weeks, probably wiles, cer
tainly just as soon as the iron arrives, which
Presiaent Best will purchase and send for
ward at once. ! (
r'c "e wgnest tormsof)
President Best and assured us of his ability
to carry out his contract with the State.
True, there had been delay by Mr. Best,
owing doubtless to some misunderstanding
between him and his associates in the pur
chase, but all the . difficulties had been re
moved, and oqw the work would; be pushed
forward to completion as rapidly as possi
ble. . , ' hp '
All Dead." Pottsville, Pa.t July 27.
At 11 o'clock last night; Jonathan', Wasley, !
superintendent, Frank Wiliman, inside boss
and Johrflteese, district superintendent," all
all of the Philadelphia and "Reading coal
and iron company, descended the Keely
Run Colliery, to examine tho ventilations
Nothing further was heard of them' until
thlmorningy when it was discovered that
the gangways were choked with the black
damp and the men were cut off from the
open air. . - j - .. ,
Later. The three men who were cut off
by the black damp in Keely Run Colliery
to-day, were found at 1 o'clock all dead.
A whaling captain, ately returned . from
the Arctic seas, declares that a new breed of
whales have made their ippearance in those
waters. Tbey are supposed to hare emigra
ted from the open sea at the pole. The skip
per describes them as very much larger than
the old whales, and rery gentle and confid
ing. In former years when a whale was har
pooned the rest of the heard threw up their
( flukes and made off. The new breed do not
seem to mind in the least the capture of one
ofth"r t"- Evening Pot.
J ! How Tanner LrvES.-4"I am living on the
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t,ssue8 of the body wI,1p are constanly be
dismteratby anygen derived from
luuiyaiii AA.HJ luiut: n mvii lti v t v u i o miio v-
I rtrcA aw H nvthtntv x- hioh miaranta this riic.
h : i:.... i:tJ j
lULci' i aLiuu ui ussuc line uuiiXLtra is uiiuuvuu
to the process of my living, and would prove
j fatal to the success of ray last as well as my
1,fe- Ifan7 pills or food were taken while
I am 8waliow,nS no wajer their substance
could be detected in the water returned
fl0ffl rinsi the mouth.
His survival, the Atlanta paper says
shows that he has been iurtured in board-
Tue Ca.ta.wba Indians. Mr. WY.Uatn
Whyte, agrnt in behalf!
of the State, paid
off the Catawba Indians last Friday.
lie auuaut appropriated by tlie I,eg,s-
i laiu.c ui purpose ,ior rne year was
mi. ii u, ic jiuhi mil jy-iinj last
Friaay, and will Pav out the rest of the
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appropnatiou next October. TheCataw
s ia iiiuians are on me increase. L.ast year
1. . T.. I : . w
t,,e? nnmlH?red 89 ; last! week they num
bered 91. They live mostly on a track
of laud of 700 acres, a few miles from this
place, which was given
at the time of making
them by the State
of the treaty in
lj4U. Their relations! with the whiter
have always been pleasant. Rock Hill
TllE Wat Tiikv Intr at W a 1
Mng to the Oil City Derrick, the London
Times, having read the
editorials in tlie
Nevv yrk TForW and X
8ay8: "- "The two great j
lew York Tribune,
arties of Ameri-
ea have made very poor
Mr. Ilauticld, thej Keprocrat nonii
nee. served ten venra in
for attempting to kidnap Mr Oaken Ames
daughter. Miss Credit Mobilier Ames;
w',"e Ir- Garcock, the Demnblican nom
dering a woman, and wais reprieved while
on his way to the gallows He has been
out of prison only four days."
Advice to the Girls.1 "Yes," daugh
ter, yon should go somevyhere this sum
mer. You cannot stay tt home during
-warm weather and live. To be sure vonr
mother hasn't leen out oif town since she
was married, can stand it, but then she is
old-fashioned and doesn't know any bet-
ter, aud, besides, she hn$ fun enough do
ing the washing and ironing. "By all
means go. Get a linen duster and a bas
ket and go at ouce."C,Axn,ofte Observer.
The Chester & Lenoir! Narrow On
Kailroad depot has been llocated near that
of the C. C. Railway in Lincolnton. Work
on the trestles between i Lincolnton and
Newtou begins at once.
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Mr. V. Kamseur. ( atAirhft rnnnr
iuaue t ousueis oi wueat on M acres.
sld in the city of
There was a, very
ratincation ; meeting held in the city
New York on the nicrht of the 29thA
city ground swell. I
hew Iork, July 13.-41 am constantly
receiving inquires as to trie mines in North
Carolina, and beg that you will kindly allow
me to 6tate, through youif columns, that any
one having a good mine,! with clean white
mica in large sheets, and ;any parties desir-
ing to dispose of a good, high grade sulphu-
ret gold mine, can probably find purchasers
Kw ennfllnf. IV. iiiL
"j ouvug iucu uaiucs, wiia specimens ana
locality of mines to tho writer.
:JL R. Lxootjx.
17 Cedarj St, New York.
Man is not born to Isolve the prob
lem jof the universe, but to find out!
what he has to do; and to restrain
himself within the limits of his com-
prehension. Goethe. I
: Eartii&cake. Madrid, Jnlj 2a An
official dispatch, dated Manilla, July 21,
says there was another shock of earth
qnake at that place, which lasted fifty-
five seconds. Not a single public edifice
was spared. The Convent of Gaudalonpe
whichT had lasted three! centuries, was
destroyed. .Nobody was killed. The in.
habitants ftra encamped; outside of the
And still they come. Hurrah, for
Hancock ! Tho last republican re
cruit i Geo. K W. Barber, xf Mich
igan. He was Third assistant Post
master General under Grant. He
and old Zach Cliandler wn otmI
cronies. - Mil Star, i
Col. Duncan K Mcltao to Col. J.
t iLi . ; W. JForney.p4 w
POraeyH Pnress. r ' " ' j;"
f- My j old Douglass Democratic friend,
Col, Duncan K. McKae, a Douglass Elec
tor for North Carolina in 18C0, and Col.
of the 5tb North Carolina Hegiment in
the battle of Williamsbarg. writes :
: Vilmixgtox, N.C, July 1G, 1880.
" 21 y pear Colonels Inclosed find five
dollars subacriptiou for one year of Pro
gresit. j I have just been reading the three
last aumbersr ItVill bea niist valuable
and pqweifuf auxiliary to General Han
cock. I feel more 5 heart in - this contest
than ever since 1880 when I bore the flag
for Douglas and local lf-govprnineiit, in
the gniud bid days of the Republlci which
folly: converted into a long and dreary
uight. 'l he soldiers of the North Caroli
na iifth will to a man vote for Hancock,
for they feel themselves to be! associated
witlj his first victory. He said of their
fight at Williamsburg: North Carolina
ought to write Immortal on the banner
of the Fifth." 1 1
I jwish the reunion of the Soldier of
America may take place at Gettysburg.
The1 Fifth will be sure to be there. Wil
liamsburg aud Gettysburg made the base
and; apex of the Hancock pyramid. I
have the battle-flag of that clay, riddled
with his shot aud shell. The beauty of
his nomination is the effectual extinguish
er it will be of sectional politics. Surely
he will be elected if there should not be
some wonderful change.
I wish yon abundant success; and would
like to see ypnr paper have a wide circu
lation in the South as of yore.
D. K. McRae
r?l.Mr A Arikn.. J
trout fasliing. He is trying: his hand
to see if he can make a living when
he goes up Salt River in November.
tie fishes with frudppnna n hsiir
Arthur is first cousin to Isaac Walton.
veretabla n-ena ration nl tti .
K7f",3r jror!l for Brlflit'n iiMaae.
of Umm atatemeata. " w
VTealifnonlalanf t))litiMt t..
F'h'Lr?'Tf5 1Iib, call for War.
i mmSm Jlmbta Cure
"For the fnr. rf Hrl.iiv .- .v. v..
Safe lie Die
dies are sold
In-.S?9 a-Snrt for PampUIat
atinmit and TeaUmoduU.
mat Jars ! I
Just received a Nice Lot of
HA1,T? (RATTrw A'n tt . tjt,
HAL. UALLO.N AiND QUART
Jar8 for 8ale at
AT 20 Cents per Gallon
5 Cents per Quart at
200 ElllDtV 200
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Molasses and Whisky
BAR R ELS
To j arrive in a few days.
As the demand for BARRELS will
be great. Call and leave
orders at ENNISS'
Til FIT IP
! ! v.- r - - r
i Just Received
fcarge StocV of Fresh and bcnuine
pf Different Varieties at :
11 t I
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We are determined that our '
LARGE STOG CI
s , r SHALT, BE SOLD.
We offer Special "Prices to Cash and
Prompt Paying buyers. Our Stock is
For ns to attempt to enumerate here ;
But if you will call aud see ns, we
to make it to your
Determined to Sell
Our Seasonable Goods.
ROSS & GREENFIELD.
May J9, 1380.
YalnaMe Gold Mine Property !
By virtue of a eertainMortgaKein.de to me
24lh ,,a.v of May next, for cash, all the iroor.
ty of theHowan Gold and Copper Mining
Company of Baltimore, consisting of 108
acres of land, with whatever Machinery then
may oe inereon, together with all the Minerals
Mining Rights, PrivileceK. Immunities, im
proveraentx ami appurtenances thereto belong
mg or in any way appertain ine Lcint? tht
property so ions' anU we 1 known aa thP kp.
III CI .llllf.
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B. For description of nronertv anl titU
ee .Hongajre to trie underipne.l dated Febrn
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ary jn, jil, and rwnnieil in Book No 42
1 County, N. C.
pajje 404, in tlie KesrMter's ofh tf !!,,lrr
JOHN A THOMPSON, TrnMce.
Rowan Co., April 10, 1880. 26:6w.
AROUND He CORNER
TO THE PUBLIC GREETING :
IULIAN & FRALE Y,
Caiiasi Hiiers aii Garpsnters.
Their priofs are as low it is nossililetu
make them, an. I thtir rork not interior to any.
They fill tmleis in ivo Jenartments.
Their remly mule stock in bund comprises
a s-Mierul isorwuent of Jiane funutiire Bed-
steads, Inreant, Clotht-s prwses. Lounge,
1 Racks. WanlroS.'s, Ii ok-C;ises,(Jiip;);.nUar.d
China Prt-sse'andleftStands, Tin Safes, Dekn.
Tables, U'aslistands, Chairs, &c. They also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine ni l poplar, from $1 upwards.
Also, Window Ss!i. They fill orders without
vexatious delays. ill contracrTor carpenter's
work and warrant satisfaction. Will take irood
himher and country produce in exchange for
fumiture.-Shop nearly opposite Watchman
JULIAN A FRALE Y.
GRAY'S SPECIFiO SSDICF.
TRADE MAREThe Great En?UshTRADE MARK
rSisX falllnir rum fur &Z&
-A Seminal Weakness.
f&m'WGV , SPniiatorrhea.
ft i yiJS Jmpotcncy, ami all
aiseases mat lollow
aa a seaucni;e of
JSelf-Abusc; as Loss
or Memory, Univer
sal Lassitude. Pin
IEFB&E Taf IXaJu the Back. Dim-irTrs Virus
neas oi Vwi kju, I'remature Old Age, and many other
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
t3"Full nartlcularsln our n;imnhift trhich tp
desire to send free by mall to every one. rThe
specific Medicine Is sold by all drugrplst at $1 per
packoge, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free
; by mall on receipt of the monev by addressing
Mkcuanics' Block, Detroit, Mich.
earmold In Salisbury and evervwhfn hv an
SMITH'S WORM OIL !
Athejts, Gxn February 22, 1878.
My child, fivejer nhl, had symptoms
i ineo: caioni. ! tiid other Worm
Medicines, but failed to et I any. Seeing Mr
Bain's certificate. I eot a vial of ronr Worm
Oil, and the first dose brought forty worm,
and the second dose, so many were pawed I did
not count inera. s. TT Adams.
Prepared by Dr. E. S. LYNDON,
For Sale by Dr T. F. KLUTTZ,
. 4 Salisbury, N. C,
And Druggists general. 2G:ly
To make TiUe to Ind, and Laborer and
For Sale at this Office.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCEIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
4 MEB ANE3 VILLE,N. C, : :
vwuouvv m Jb ; J.
Is now Pre-eminent among Souther
Boardiug Schools for boys in age,'numn
bers and area patronage.j The 173rd Ses
sion begins July 29tlu For: catalogue,
giving full particulars, address
" MajJR. -lyNGHAMj Sup't."
Church & Co's. Fine Bakixo
Soda, Put up in neat packages, for sale
at J. D. McXEELI'S.
IHPROYED PATENT LITER PAD!
Nsr Gxti Hxd.
Caji ss ILk9 ast Stkksth Dxiiskp. lost
Twice as Lose.
Clseuet Curtl rlUaut Snsshg fti Sjtta.
Gck k Kenou
Th Pds Cnre til piaeaset br AboorpOon. N
' ffoxwoB PiU. Oito, or fMsoooon Medknon are Ukra
Into the Stomach. The Padi arc worn cm the fit
f the Stomach, corerinc the Great Nerre Centret,
ft .ucuitctbow BWDucn. a fcemie vejretaDio
Todjc i t absorbed into the circulation o f the Blood and
lirer. purifying the Bkyxi-rtimnlatitiK the Liver aD4 .
Kidneya to healthy action, and tretmheniQit tba
Stomach ,to digest food. Pbicb of Pam at and $S
tACH. Solo it all Ds PGCisT, or sent by Alail
- ar Express.
Manufactured at 0 & 41 North Libbbi Si
For -ale at T, F. KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
OP connected wltli Brown & Verble's Llverj
O Jstables. taT'u aicigiiii ot aiioea, i
siiiipeoi loot. Alluoi-iii ou stiitili scleiiiiiit: urin
i:ille& ami WARRANTED. All kinds Oiui:ksmiiUlnir
prompuj Uon..-. is;iy
SttUerihe for tho U'afelmi.in only S
Tho BEST Weekly in Western North
Carolina. Only fil.'iO a e.-ir in sidvsn.ee.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
HAS JUsST RECEIVED A CAR-LOAD
CelraM ffioe Ferliiizer ! I
The Clieii.ii:il tor malting 1 ii.n uiii I..
sold for $14, or 200 IDS. of CottOt-in No- j
No Cotton Seed -r Stabie Manure required.
Tlii. 1'Vrl i I iz-1 is f.illv equal io tlie high- !
priced, so-ealled (initios, and ai lei tJian half)
the price, i refer to tlie ldoing well known
fccuimiu n, wuii ustii ii i.i-i se:i!in on cotton:
John V. Iiarrinxer, Ja8 11. ii(won, W. F.
Watson, Tho. C. Watson, It. T. Cowan, V. II.
Meares, A. Tail, J. (i Cauble, J. F. E. lirown,
E. U. Leiitz, S. J M. Brown, and iTianv others.
Callerarly for your supplies and nave money.
T. F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
G ABO EN SEEDS!
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Buist's Celebrated Garden Seeds
is the only Seed-Grower
who irlA'AM.YZShis Seeds. Look at
every papcrof Fery's, Landictli's, SihleyV,
&c, and see if you tind any warrant
upon them, lieware of worthless, un
warranted com mission Seed, and come to
KLUTTZ'S for Buist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
nn THEO- F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
arious other bl&nkv for pale lierp
J WAY f 1 iZk
I T I (Si
DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
Fee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' Deeds, Sheni
Ueeds chat tie Mortgages, Fann Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificate,
Distillers' Entries, and various other forms for sale' at the
Administrator?, executors, commissioners, sheriffs, constablk agents, &c, are advise9
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice to owners to putty
their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale. Tifere
quircments Of the law on the subiect prv hnAv bVmua ifrUcnffipnt PronertjH
often Sacrificed from this cause when a dolfar or "two sperit in advertising might hTt
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices nromntlv and cheap."
Who has once nsert th PEOPLES' MACHINE will prefer it ovei all others, and
$ -- vrcik,
: c FRAimm : ACADEMY
This School, located in abMw i
healthy Tillagei four miles nSflSs
bury, will reopen on the 1st r ,
August, 1880. I 81 U?kjh
lie v. II. -M. Brown, A. M pru :
HOW iTOCHES ABEU
It will be apparent to any one .3
mine a Soui, Gold VVfATCHVthat ?!?
she necessary: thicknew for jgraTin,ds,S
shing Urge proportion ofthe nr8;Wd W
al useaViajneeded only to.stiffen S S
engrated portionf in pla,re, ana .
necessary folidity and strength ri
gold ia actually needless so tar m Ji
beauty sre concerned. In Jamea T.N
the same iolidity and streiiffth l
at from one-third 10 one-half ot th..f. ."
01 aoua cases. . This
oi w iu cases, ihw process U of iT
simple nature, a follow: A t, '
composition metil, espiallv 1 L w "It
ptirpose.Jiiia two plates of solid
ed one on fach side. The three r?S f Md
ed between polisfeed steet rollers
jtmisaip of heavy plated 'coZA
from which the ease, backs, centrwV
kc, are-cat and shaped by huitabirVK
formers. The gold in these
It thick to admitof all kinds of 2j
graving and enamelline; tht enera. 8"
have ben parried nntil worn perfi-ctU
by time and nee without reniovine th,
This is the ord? Cvse Made wftferJ
Plates of Solid Gold dc Warr.nl i
by Special Jertificate. ' ,A-
r.e II0RAn,andaM Jl
BEST! m ! THE TiORlDl
f A!I'litt ' BiiAlVD uui aioa-
any "Junereuec.f v -
See tTtat jnrr Ha bins: Sdn !
.;,i r "a
kl nil.lll KI'l(iPI.i't.'d . "
-. r,..u ..I . i a Kiaa lriTa luut a t;ot
f ht";'ne',) in rlar friass-f . txitta
until all w ifcorougf. cljw.veJ. Thfl.'e'c'.
- rou ln"oH m-tri r fi th-' infiorholia.;!
us novnji!:r M-ttiits m.- twtn'v mit,ute tt
aooner, by tha milky t r -'itanc-ct tIi--i,;ution
eor'.jn t ciaUity.
Bo s-trs tr4 ask Thnrrh OvV SvT, it -ene
t uHT. ilirititmo is .n ;he pa. kn.M ar.lv 4
r-llpf.ijipcar,aiid whitest mi. ?. nh-nn-
t ihi w.'h tour mi.lt, j i preier. ,..-o to Eiiiaa
Powder, hitvtatwtnty turn i.tomi.
P, r po-n 1 purkage f r TtleaWa inSsmu -lion
ai.d read pjre .Dy.
SHOW THIS TO YGU8 GROCER.
Mortgage Deeds for sne here
- Allv:irii)iis other .-)'. Vii--.
WI3Sj VOl WA.YT
i - - . '
M A a DJsV.A.;tf E
At Low Figures
CaILon the uhdetvigned a Uo. 2. Gnt'iU
I) A. AT W Ell
Salishiuj C. Jniii 8-Jt,
Special Term of the Su
perior Court of Rowan
Notice is hereby given to all Parties to
Suits, Wjtiierfses, Attorneys ami to all
whom it may concern, that a Sjieciid
Term of the'Stiiieiior Couit of Ko"aa
County will lie held at the Court IIow
injialishury, uu Monday, the ninth (b)
day of August, 18iU, for the trial of civil-
cases, aud eo4rhi ue until tlie business U
disposed -f. A. DAV IS, Chairuian
Coiiuty Com in is'rs of lRowd.
II. N. Wuodsox, CTk Board of Conntj
CommissioiHM. " 37&
appear tvbf lr. rtami.J Vr7 i
ISlIHCIt fc o.M ariw MIS
Mr C ' ' ' ' 1 -
AGENTS selling. i find it just what the
PEOPLE want. l makes th sliutde lock
and winds the bobbins without rmminj
the works of the machine. Write for descript
ive circulars and full particulars.
1301 & 1303 Buttonwood St.,
PiilafielpMa Sewinc Maetice Co, -
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