fLX .7--,- y
REAKIXG A CHAIN".
You will have to open uie ?nof
this morning," Lucia, and take, cape of
It the best you can, called my father
from the next room, 'for my h,ead i$
aching so that I shall he qnahle q
leave my bed to-day
I was quite a little girl then, not
more tbSn eleven yeqrs old, tyt at
father and I "were alone and jhere
jtna no one pise to" petfqrm the task,
I arose cheerfully, sljivereV intq my
clothes for it was bitter cold and
auite early-and hastened down stairs.
. . ii
I Broom in hand fqr. the purpose of
sweeping off the sMewald first I pro
ceeded to threw open the frqnfdoor,
but'only, to 4 raw back, with a faint
crv of terror and sunnrise. ;
t Crouching behind the friendly
shadow of a large box, standing at
one side of the doorway, wag a lad
apparently about twelve or fourteen,
a poor, ragged creature, with hollow
cheeks and a haunted look in his dark
blue eyes that lived in my memory
for mauy a day afterward.
'Please, pleaAe don't cry out, or
call any one!' he entreated in a low
pleading voice, they'll surely take
me again, and I don't want' tq g
- back "
! 'Don't want to go back where I
asked, growing courageous, and taking
V step nearer him.
: For answer he pointed to a heavy
ball and chain attached tq one of h
j la those days for the time of which
I writwalong ago it was custom
ary to attach a weight of sonyj kin
to the legs of conyipts in order to pre
vent them from going very far; in case
they should attempt to escape ; sol
lat once understood that he had got
away from the town jail.
1 was arrested for stealing ia meat
pie and they treated me so bad at the
jail he said with a dry sob that went
straight to my hearty 'that-that
'You ran away, poor boy Come in
nd "I'llliide you safely away
Together, and with much diffi
culty in preventing the chair, from
rattling which would betray his pres
ence to my father, we succeeded in
creeping down tq the back j cellar.
There I left him, well satisfied with
ny morning's work,
j A little while after, I carried him
a bowl of steaming coffee, and a slice
of bread, vhic he swallowed tq my
satisfaction, with a decicl.e relish.
'I 'say, sis,' he whispered, a I
turned to leave, 'if I had a good
strong file, I coqld get this 'ere chain
off, and then I'ck be all right
will bring you, no$ only a file
but a good suit of clothes that belong
ed to my bro.ther. that s dead, an an
ld red wig from the garret, tq dis
guise jyou Aiith, I answered 'on one
condition only -
'What is it?' he asked eyeing me
'Only thi that yoq give meour
solemn promise never to. steal again
no matter how poor or hungry you
may be, and to try and b,ecom,e a good
and respectable boy
. A flash of brightness, visible even in
the dim light that struggled through
he narrow cellar winoY, passed over
his wan features, and kneeling down
before me, he caught one otnjy hands
and bending over it, slowly breathed
the required pledge.
. . - For three days, during which time
fortunately for my projept, "my father
f kept his room, the poor fugitive re
mained m his qingy retreat. Then
when night came qq, ant I xA knew
the one cqns,table our town boasted
was snoring comfortably between his
blankets, I softly open e$ thebapk door
; and let John Ray as hacajlecj h,im-
selfj ouf into the arknesa.
Freed fronrhig fetters, and arrayed
in the nice suit I had given him, he
Jooked sorespectable, even handsome
that I felt he never wpqlcj be recog
razed, and, that he wight not wan
for ready cash tq assist hini on his
way I pressed a, long treasured gold
piece of juy own in 1m hand, as we
-parted rn sober si Ienpe in the shadowy
' doorway. - ;
Twelve years catqe and Wt. Mis
fortune meanwhile had visited us in
Oue jwintry nightour little shop
and all it contained, together . witlj pur
household goqds, was ,- consumed by
fire. Later ray father's eyesight failed
hrm, and hoping to better our pqqdi?
lion, we moved to New York.
'-But we soon found out) that the
great city was al ready qver-crqded
, with workers, and in a little while
wc becamejpoorer than we ha ever
been before. - i
- Ilci'ving one I:V lyit a' yjlthy
.vgeuticuiau, who xm aooiii ij "make
Jqug journey, wanting a respectable
person care for hi$fhouse dqring
his absence, I hastened to apply for
I found him t Ins pfce a hand
some, kindly feature j man, seeming
but a few yeare elpjer that myself.
lljave yoq references T !e assea,
on my stating my business.
I protect a written j aper which
qqr good mjnister had: given me be
fore I left the home of my cnuqi
A flush of pleasure! overspread h,4
handsoqje features as lie reqd it.
'You do not recognise, rnc, I see,1
he remarked. , J
I certainly did nqt, x$ said 5.P
'And you mqs.t remember John
I shook my head, j In the many
troubles that had come upon, us, tie
memory of the; convict boy I once as-
- ';: i
sisted iiassed entirely away. y
'if you have fqrgotton me, Lucia
Sqm.roers he returned, taking a small
shining goldrpieep. frqm his watchchai n
'perhaps yoq may remember one dark
night Twelve years. aq. 1 had no oc
occasion tp spein) it then,' he went on,
'for I found work irtnediately, and,
slnco. T have kent It as a talisman
V.- I . .. ;i
a,gains.t temptation, aqd a reminder o
the promise I made yqu.
'.nd why did you never Ie,t me hear
from you V 1 asked.
I wrote to you once, but received
no reply, and two months ago, when
- . A . t
I found mys.elf the. junior memoer o
the firm whom I had served so long
X went to your town to look Ibr you
but you had gone n4 one knew wither
John Ray, prosperous and happy,
went on his inende journey, but
not alone; for we were married soon
after, and I accompanied him, and my
father also, for the purpose of having
his eyes attended to by a cejebjated
When his. sight was fully restored
we 91116 back to reside in the beauti 1
ful home which had come to us all
through my timely jaid in 'Breaking a
The osprey feeds exclusively on
fish, being the only eagle, that con-
Ifines itself to such bild diet, always
choosing his eyrie? with reference to
such prey ; though; it ijS rjqnored that
want sometines compels him to touch
other flesh, at the best a rare depar
ture from usual habit in sp. goodja
fisher. He catches his silvery food
by sweeping along hei surface of the
Water, ,?in able to discover it fom
great height, when he descends sheer
as a bolt, not headlong like the solan
but feet foremost, seizing the luckless;
fish wth his. powerful talons, the
Iqwer 5ur,aee of iwhicli is roughly
sealed, to prevent its escape. He. pre
fers to build on hsumcnit of a high
rock, headland or castle wall, either
by the. sea shore or in a loch, cloe to
good fishing ground. He is frequent -
ly oblighed, hower, to nestle on a
tree, doing so always oo, its very
headt and, eebre, generally select-!
ing a fir with a flat top, on which hra
grea n6st my lie in order to ccmraanc
a free, ontlook for observation ant
safety, dear to a 9reature q sby
Scorning all protection from wind anx
weather, however jferce and iqelem
entt the hardy bird ijits calmly will
beak to the rudest blast and nude
the heaviest celqge.. Singularly inoi
fnive and mild in, disposition,' Ik
attacks no other bird or beast, thougl
he is. a; brave as the fiercest of h
falcons, not fearing the heayiest oddt
Indeed, the osprey would eem to b
a kind qf Gunnar among the bird,
bigt stronf, milc and daulessf i
Nial' qn, with fa like devotion j
duty which is as beautiful as it i j L
teresting. (hod Werds. I -'
Gen. Grimes Assassins.
Frora a party just frqm Beaufrt
county, and well acquainted wijliill
the parties, we learn that strong s.
picion of bping impHpated jn. the.
sassination qf Qen. Grimes has fetfnJ
for orq0 time, on two yiite
named latthews an4 farker.'
thews is a yqung rnao frqrr
ville county, keeping bsr"fqyHrt
Pararqre, in dewberry and faiter
resides near the j locality whereihe
desperate deed vas cxmmitted. ith
of these inen are jquite JntimateTjith
the pamqrp JtWeen wqcj! j-a
Gen. Grimes itir od
Ger. GrimesV evidence, it is
would have involved Paranj'ore ti the
arson of Gen. Qrimesr rrjilK (4 i.
formaii ay Matthews wears jNb.
5 or6 shoe, wlueh; yould; corrlsj,ond
with the ftp pf'j the track ?& i$ on
the edge nf t))e swamp. Tlietjcu.
Jars of be cvidenagaiiist$hem;,J
we could not calLeri hnt It. U
Parker piloted the way in swamp, and
Matthews shot Qen. Gfimes r as he
was passiqg. Qqr informant thought
hat these nartiei were arrested, pror
bably. as he- wa telting qst oq Tues
day. We understand both, New york
aqd BLiltiniore detectives have been
at work qu flip cas. Tarborq Soutft-
'W - "; '
Many eqrPs -ill qst rat ions are to
be found in passiiig events of the.
change that are being! made in the
great world, he eeiopment ot
cotton cultqre at the Soqth lsj one by
whicl) the Southern fvpple furnish,
clothes. tall of ChrUteiqdoni. Anoth
er i$ tq le fuud in lie Iiipment of
our immense wheat crops from the
fmzeq "fields of VYis?coqn acrq
continent anc across qn. ocean tq fred
tin people of western fuqrope. Less
important, but equally striking, is
thecoiirse q( the wine trade in rancc.
That favored country ha for centu
ries been the, reservoir whence ajj
nitions drew their supply of wines.
But of late the boct ha$ gotten on the
wrong foot. It is said that from ex
porting more than eighteen mca i s
much as she imported, France iuw
imnorts more wine than she sells.
Up to IS.S she prinliced an annual
average of eight huudretl millions of
gallons. During the last ten years
the annual average of i her wine pro
duct was more than fourteen hundred
millions of gallons, and in 18G9 the
crop had increased to near two thou
sand million of gallons. Since then
the ravages of in sects have. reudere
the crop very uncertain, and theie
bas been a great decrease, so great
indeed, that laJ year the amoun
produced was only abutt e.igjit hun
dred minion gallon being abou
what the crtp was twenty years ago
As a resulK the Fvench are now im
porting more wuit man ihey ex
It is a subject with i which we are
not very familiar, but we know tha
good wine is made in North Caro-
linl, and it; seems to, iis that there is
anf in lint i ted capacity ; for production
her, and that now is the time fu
oqi people tO( make niore strenuous
eflRrts in that direction. liciltigh
A CHARWITTE iNVENTICVi. Mr
igene Aslibury ly invented ant
U-nqrr0kv vill apjly fr a patent n
3W.C wusirucie qi a principle
vhich involves a spying of at least a
tindre per c.en in wood, and pos
sses other considerable advantnges.
t is especially adapted to use where
ooking on an etensjve ecalo. is re
in i red, and t!ie special claim of the
aventoris that he is able to utilize all
heHieat by dividing the flames into
wo flues over each of which a row l
vessels majf le, he.a,tel. T4e$e. Oues
may e of any length; within a certain
limit, so that four or five times
many vessels may be heated as on i n
ordinary stove of the same size. Tie
inventor has e.xhibi.ted his model p
those familiar with such subjects, and
it has met with unqualified approval.
Mr. Asbury is himself quite sanguine.
Cfiarlotle Observer. ;
A Sixty-Hay Fast. One Msc
Perow, living just north of this city,
some two months ago became posess
ed of the iJea th he had a cancer i"
bis Ktomach and could not ea,t. He
refused all footi, and could not be
persuaded to tike any sustenance ex
cept some sweetened water occasional
ly, and onoe onp teaspoon fyl of ice
cream. He thug lived si$ty-thrre
days, and died last Saturday night.
An autopsy made to-day found that
his stomach, bowels, jiyer, lungs,
heart, &c., were all perfectly sound
and healthy, and tha'his whole trou
ble was in his bniu. P is abstinence
from foot! is perfeotly established, al
o the length of time he fasted. He
was formerly a carpenter in the em
ploy of the Detroit, Grand Haven
and Milwakee Railr.qaoj. Grand
Rapids (Mich.) Special.
Preparing fortheGupat Event.
News come from King!s Mountain
that the preparations for the centen
nial celebration are gojng forward
rapidly. The mouument is approach
ing completion atuj is prounced by
those who have seen it a credit to the
association. The local committee is
going ahead with the wprk of prepar
ing the grounds for the grand milita
ry display, and the people are making
preparations for flip eiitertainnient of
thejlarge crqt) tjiat is expected. The
exectecomraittee meets at King's
Mountain on the 21st to complete the
final arrangements.-Charlotte Obser
Xt is tha best Blood Pnrifier. and sttmolates
every function to more healthful cUoo. sAd iM
Uiua A benefit I n all dvseaaea.
In PliminatinfftbeimpuriUeaof the blood, th
natural and necessary result is the cureoTBcruf
otuus and other Kkn Kruptiona and Diseaaea,
including Cmnrtrs, Ulcers and other Bon's,
Dyspepsia. Weakness of the Stomach, Consti
pation. Dizziness, General Debility, etc, are
cured by the Mafe Kilter. It is unequal ed
a an appetiser nn.l regular tonic
It is a medk-ioe bich sliould be In every fanv
lf, and which, wherever used, wlU m the
payment of many doctors' bills.
Bottle of two stses ; prices, SO centa and UM.
dies are sold
ST A rt ti TrriTivrrm nrt
' B"fnd for Pamphlet
"Que Hundred nu.-Hcl of
Onions; h1o, On Hundretl Bushels of
Peach Stones, at ENNLSSS'
AROUND tlB CORNER
TO THE PUBLIC GREETING :
GaMiat Mm aiJ Carpenters.
Their priced are as low it is '!.'-sjlle to
make them, ami llur work not inlVi i .r ;u r.a?.
They fill ordets in two .l.'p;iriiuciit.
Their re:vlj made sto'-k in hand comprises
a general iworltuent vf !!; ftrnitisre U-l-uteail,
nnrcans, L'lolln-H l're-.i-rf, Lounges,
Kacka. Var.lro!n, I ok-C;ises,(Ju) iirl.- .- net
China Prense, Candle St ;inlf, Tin .S;rfeK, Doskh.
Tables, Vashtand, Ch.iirx, Tlu-y also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine an l jplar, from $1 upwards.
AIho, WuiiloW St-sli. Vii'.'y iiil onlers - without
vexaiioit deiays. Will contract for carjje titer'.1
work and warrant, satisfaction. Will take good'
lumber and 'country produce in exili'anjie for
furniture. liop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JULIAN & PRALEY.
MEBAXESVILLE, X. C,
Established in 1703,
I a now lVi-tnniu'itt among .Sctitbcr
Ronitlitig SchJs for hoys in ;is;-. i hhuj
bcrs anj area iiti(m:tV. The ;t s-
sioti iK'gins July rr catu!.-;u-,
iviug full partirulars, al.li ss
:Maj. K. UIXGIIAM, Sitp't.
35:.3t p -
SMITH'S WORM OIL !
Atiikns. Ga., February 32, 1873.
Sir: My child, five years old, had symptoms
of worms. J tried calomel r.nd other Worm
Medicines, but failed to expel any. Seeing Mr
Haiti's certificate, I got a vial of yniir Worm
Oil, and tne first dose brought forty worms,
and the second lose,po manv were passed Xdid
not co-trfTr-fbem. ' ' r U. APAIS.
Prepared by Dr. E- S- LYNDON,
For Sale by Da. T. F. KLUTT
Salisbury, N. C,
And Druggists general. " 5?(iiy
At No. 1, Hnrphy's Grauite Bow.
McCUBBIHS. BEALL & CO.
Have ju.st received their
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF
BOUGHT ENTIRELY TOR CA3H
at erceedinglv low prices, which cannot fail
to pleiise. They have u full and complete
stock ot tKY GOODS.
HATS, CAPS, and -
BOOTS and SHOES,
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, "
Fish, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, fcc.
They are agents forthealo of John Mek
rtmav & Co. BONE DUST, admitted to
be the very best cotton and tobaxxto "Fertili
zer in use. ( Also, for the French Burr
Stones, Bolting Cloths, Eureka Smut Ma
chine, &c. Don't fail to call at !No. 1.
March 3(i, 1880. 24;ly
P. S-We jiaye fenced up a Free bitch
ing Lot in rear of of our Warehouse, where
people can hitch and feed without beie
annoyed by rattle and hogs. Wc intend,
putting up Stalls. No charge except;
to shut the gate.
IF you yisii
Your Watches and
&&ixf jClorks. Sowing M:ichineH,&o,
K.i"ired bjr a uood, cheap ' and itonible
workman plea 'e leave thero Measre.
Kbitu & Eeodieaian, Salisbury, K. C.
Vvl fat sff&fi.
. " vT
We are determined that our
SHALL HE SOLD.
We offer Special Prices to Cash and
Prpmpt,Piiyiug buyers. Our Stock is
For lis to, attempt to, enumerate here j;
B.Ut if you will cql aud ee us, w
to ntukc ir t ynr
Determined to Sell
Our Seasonable Goods.
ROSS & GREENFIELD.
May 9, 1B30.
yalaaMe Gold Mine Property !
By virtue of a certain, Mortgage made to ni
as Trustee, I willll on the premises on t lie
24th day of May nest, for canh, all the proper
ty oftheRowan Gold and Copper Mining
ft r T-k .. . ....
Vompmy oi jjitacirre, consisting oi lu
acres of land, with whatever Machinery there
may le thereon, tosether with all the Minerals,
Mining Rights, I'ri vi leges, Iinnuinitifs, im
pi ovi -tnent and appurtenances thereto belong
ing or in any way appertaining being" the
property su long and well known as the Ry
For description of prcpcj;ty and title
see Mortgage to the undersigned dated Pehru
ary 25(h, I8G1, and recorded in Book No. 42,
p.?ge 2-"4. in the Register'n ofSce of Rowan
Count v, X. 0. "
JOHN A- THOMPSON, Trustee.
Rowan Co., April 1,1 SSO. 2r:Gw. '
To make Title to. Land, ami Laborer and
Yoi at tliia Qflite.
Fruit Jars S
Fruit' Jars S !
Just received a Nice Lot of
Jars for sale at
AT 20 Cents per Gallon
1 5 CeDts per Quart at
200 Empty 200
Molasses and Wh;sky
To arrive in a few lay.
As the demand for BARRELS will
be great. Call and leave
orders at ENNISS'
A Large Stock of Fresh and Genuine
of DifTerent Varieties at
EhlirCh & CO S. Fine Baxix
SoA,"Patx packages, for aai
GRAY'S SPEC1FIQ MEDICINE.
TRADE MAllll'ibe Great EngllahTRADE MAR
orucnv An nn. - iti
V55tk ' laHlnif cui lor
i H'.-t .-.m DVINIIIBI i, vo&uvoo, I r
uiacastfs tun i imiuw
as a sequence ot
of Memory. Unt ver-dL: v
Bnl l.aositiirlo Pain
Kelf-Atuse: as Loss K
uVi"i"7fimitafe ow a, rSauS"?
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consuinption, and
a Premature orave.
r"Full partlculira In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. par The
ro A V MEDICIMECO..
Mechanics' b lock. Detroit. Mich.
E3ff"fkld In Salisbury and everywnere by all
IDPROYED PATENT LIVER PAD!
Kkt Gkt Baxb .
Can a lfasa asi BTmanoTK Dma. Lbv
Twica at Lose.
Slisues Cuw4 xitiazX rrogts tl Syitia
Eck I Kenou
Thtse Pda Care all Diaeaaea by Absorption. No
Noxious Vills. Oiia,"? Pofsonou Medici dm are Ukea .
iatotbe StocMch. The Pada are worn orer the fit
of the Stomach, covering the Great Nerre Centre.
1 the Liver and Stomach. A ireotle Vetreubla
Tooicis abmrbed intothecircalationof the Blood and
LiTeT.purifjinK the Blond, stimntaU.. the LiTerand
Kidneya to healthy action, and trenirtheiUDir th
Stomach to digest food. Paica op Pads $1 and tJ
bach. Solo bt all DavOAUTa, orient by Uail
or Jjxpress. , -
MxnafactorH at 39 fc 41 Nosth Liai r 8t
I or', .,u- at T. F. KLUTXZ'3 Drug Store,
SHOP connected with Brown 4: VerMe"t Livery
strides. l& U designs oi uoes, o sutl nn?
smipeol tool. All HUoem on strictli sjcleuiilit n in
ciplesaaU WAR K ANTED. All kiiiUs blacksaiiiuibg
promptly done. is:i
Subscribe for the Watchman oi;lv $
1! f b
The BEST Weekly in Western North
Carolina. Only $1.50 a year in advance.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ. j
HAS JUST RECEIVED A CAR-LOAD
Celebrated Home Pertiliasr ! !
The Chemical for making l Ton will be
sold for $14, or 200 lbs. of Cotton No
vember. No Cotton Seed or Stable Manure required.
Thie Fertilizer is fully equal to the hijh
priced, po-ealled (ir.au op, nd at less than half
the price. 1 refer ttbe tdlowinn well known
gentlemen, who ued it 1:1 season on cotton:
John V. B.irringer, Jas B. Gtlion, V. F.
Watson, Tho. C. Watson, 11 T. Cowan, W; B.
Mearc!, A. Tait, J. G Cauble, J. F. K. Brown,
E. C. Lentx, S. j M. Brown, and many others.
Call early for your supplies and save money.
T.F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
.4 FULL SUPPLY OF
Bu? sVs Celebrated Garden Seeds.
is the only Seed Grower
who H'-lA'fi.lA'reiiis Seeds. Lmik a
every paperof Ferv's, Landreth's, Sibley V,
&c, &-c, ami s-' if you find any ttvirrtinf
upon them. Beware of worthless, un
warranted commission Seed, and come to
KLUTTZ'S for Buist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
THEO- F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.!
Cheap Chattel Mortgage,
arioiiF other blank for sale irt
specific Medicine is soia Dy an arusrgisi at si per
packojre, or six paefcaes for $5, or will be sent tree
by taail oa receipt of the money by addressing
L tHS fw -
Fee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, CoiuuiisMoners1 Deeds, Sbtnfr
Dccds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Ccrtifta
Distillers' Entries-, and various other forms for sale at the
Administrators, executors, commissioners, sheriffs, constables, agents, &c, are advised t j
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice to owners to put p
their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of thc salje. The re
quirenients of the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient. Property l j
often sacrificed from title cause when, a dollar or tw o snent in advertising might 14T I
saved it and made it bring its value. We
2TOTIG2J3 TO?. ?CSTn:a,L'.lTD
Who baa once nRed the '.PEOPLES9 MACHINE wiir'nrcfer it ov all otlnTS,
W Just redeived at A, C Habbis' ''A
"A ft lino lnt nf 'n 1 f:
and Trench Candies.
" This School, located, in a beautifnl i 4
will rwpen on xue lat iloudayi
Kev. H. il. Brown, A. IL, Princlnal
tr i?... "
: a, v 1 Assistant.
HOW- WATCHES 'ABE Mi
it win uc apparent to any one, woo ijj etJ
uine a SonutioLD Watcii, that aMdy frWB
lie n-'-enary thickne for engraTing mnj
nng, targfj profrriioii of the pr i0us tan
il ttHeJ, is needed only to atitleii iwJ hold '
etigravet ortiot in lrt e, and "iipply the
Decenary aollhtity ami strength. Hi gUr..jUf . '
:olI U actu:illy neeillesOo lar a fTlt.iTV n,
cutty are concerned, fn Jaaes Boss'
PATENT GOLD WATCH CASES, 7
ihi wast9 reciuus metal is ovtrt(.iue7 and
Uie saoia solidity and strength rrodWd
i tto id cuavk. ll.i.- riHiM h of lt
,4.nple ii uiire, a fulit-w: A i.Lte kl nukl
.inpKilioti met ti, esj,frillv adajMed U tin
-irMM. hax twt j.latea ol silld gold Bolder. ...
ed one on etch fide. Tiie three are tlin t)aii.
eJ between xlihetl steel rulleid, ard the re
tUUa M rip of heavy plated com Kwiii0D"
from which the oasea, la-lw, centres, hetelo
are cut and phaed hy ouitnl.le din Mn(j
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II A IS. 1) W A.li E
At Low Figures i
Call on the undeii8ed at Uo. 2, Grunt,
D A. AT WELL.
S.alieburv NC. . Junt S ll
Sjiecial Term of he Su.
perior Court of oiuan
Notice is hereby given tolall Parties to !
Suits, Wituessen, Attorneys, and to aU ij
whom it may concern, that a Special ;
Term of the Superior Court of Rowan j
County' will lie held at the Couiti House j
in Salisbury, Monday, the ninth (ytb)q
day of Aug'mit, lf-:0, for the trial of cV.j
cases, nud continue imtiMlie bufinet
disposed of. D, A. DAVltS Clu.iroan jj
Couuty Commis'rs ot uowHD. . r
'- II . N. Woodsox, Cl'k Board of C'im t
furnish sale notices prompt! v andj cheap.
it and it just what tl
PEOPLE want. It makes th shuttle lk
runs easily, docs tho widest rang?-
and winda Ho bobbins w ithopt runups
works of the machine. Write for descript
circulars and full particulars. . ;i
1301 &1303 Buttonwooa St.,
PiageMia Sewinir Machine C., )
nun inn miiR nx - 1
4ly T K. L. BROWN,