itaclf iato a volcano ; bat stranger things
Soecial otio. TIT
Mere announcements of mairiages or death,
M ort religious notices, ws puDusu wiuu
(huge, and would be glad if tainlsters and
Stf would tarnish os with such. But all
cMtoaries, tributes of respect, life sketches, or
.thnr matter of whatever character, not of gen
ii Intend to the public, are charged as adfer-
Hctmeuts. , !
ium Kluttz's advertisement of Chicken
have happened, and if Uie report! from thai
quarter are to be relied upon, a -volcano
in4lowan county may he looked for at
any dayftpn f 2 f
Lnter litter reports teem Dtm'w-aaoBa-
l tain satisfaclorly explain the great excite
ment thatjiprotailed there on last Tuesday
Mr. Sandy Tata who is engaged in jget
tine ont rock, which is to be found there
Cholera, Fresh Tea
JilfM I.'' I till
and Beady mixed
Also D. L. Bringle's notice of Auction
taie. Aaetion every Saturday.
a Beer waa committed to jail last Sun
da; for stealing a bible and some
The colored man in jail from Gold
Hill on the tbarge of ut tempted rape, bad
his arm amputated last Tucoday.
rendered necessary by reason of
wound he received when captured.
Attnation i called to the ad. of
i n great excellence and quantity, is of tho They all felt lolly funny
. - .1 ' . - c
oomion inai ne is me innocent cause ui
. m ........
Be big scare. He had several holes drill
ed deep iato the solid granite which were
well filled with powder, primed &ct and
he concluded to touch fire about the hour
! i jt Jm - L
tne explosion aDore reierreu. vo sw 1Je )
ASKING FOE SOME TEA.
The boys went to the depot
AJsOly arowd and dm
To walk around enjoy ourselves
And get aoap of Tea.
j i &xunM !TiwT of $tiO moT
The night waO dark, yea, very dark .
I thought how niee 'twould be
For all my jolly friends and me
To take a cup of Tea.
i . STL . 1 ' ' - t
RALEIGH, N. C.
I E. H. MARSH.
T. J. FOSTER.
KE A "R NE Y'S 1 0M.L.liLT.cT MflRR,eE
Grand Gilt Concert to be held at Kinstou,
K.O.,Jttly 4i 1874. W are assured
Uiat the parties who are managing tins
concert are all right, aid the public may
rast satisfied that the affair will be eon's
ducted fairly and honestly. Mr. Jobu
Allen Brown has tickets for sale.
Kail Road Meeting. It
teen by a card from the President of the
N.C.Eall Road, Hon. W. A. Smith, that
a meeting of the Stockholders is called to
meet in this city on the lGth, day of
April, next, to take into consideration
the amended charter, and other matter.
City Registration. We notice that
they are making ready for the coming
murucipial election at Raleigh. Registra
tion hat , begun, and other preparations
are progressing. The same thing is going
on in other places. Is it not time our
citizens were casting about for suitable
town officers and making other arrange -mcuts
1 The election will be on the first
Monday In may, we think. The time is
'Just received another lot of that splen
did Scoppernong Wine, for sale at Kest
ler's by the gallon, quart, or glass.
Kestler's is the place to get your Cream
Ale, by the glass or keg. Kestler's is
the place to get your pure, unadulterated
liquors, and there can always be found
Berry Foster's and Bailey's pure Rye
March 265, tm.
A Grand Success. The citizens
of Oorinne. Utah, are feeling jubilant o
ver the success of tho Grand Gift Con-
Sa rl Death. It has rarely been onr
duty to chronicle a death attended with
sadder circumstances than that ot Miss
Maggie Miller, of S. C, at the residence
J. M. McCorkle, Esq., last Saturday even
ing. Mias Miller was on a visit to friends
at this place and was stopping with the
family of Mr. McOorkle : the had a chill
On Friday, bnt waa op on Saturday morn
ing. Abont 11 o'clock Saturday morning
she complained of feeling unwell and re
tired to bed, and rapidly growing worse,
died that night. Every attention that
kind friends and medical skill could sug
Excepting me. poor me.
Who had to pay two dollars
For asking for some Tea,
V i - .
The boys may all repeat their trip
I'm always glad to see
Them hsfflng fun when e'r they can
But boys dont ask for Tea.
May their pleasures never cease
I And no one do like me
Who had to spend my Christmas funds
For asking for some Tea.
... ' ' -Kj f
I played a trick called sleight of hand
As all the boys could see
I took her bread and gave it back
But never got the Tea.
E. P. BROWN.
Salisbury, Dec. 15th, 1873.
' I SBI '
Insures all Classes of
Against Looss or Damage of Fire,
On the Mo'et Reasonable terms.
Promptly Adjusted and paid.-
mi race Home institutions.
E. H. BATTLE, JR.. President.
SfcATUM (jALiiS, Secretary.
Agent at Salisbury . G. Andrew Murphy
MARSH AND FOSTER,
Commission Merchants, Salisbury N. C
Dealing in Cotton aud geueral produce.
Liberal advances niatle un consignment
and prompt returns inid.
January 10. 1H74 .tin
. i .
500 SACKS Q. A. SALT,
100 do Maahall's Fin rin
100 BbU. Molasses.
In Store in prime order and for Rale by
BINGHAM or. CO
STILL THEY OOMBl
la this county, on the 24lh inst, by A. HALL,
Grand Gift Cent
TWENTY-SIGHT THOUSAND THESE HtX-
DEK1) AID FII'TT D0IXAE8
IN VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AMD
i Cash, to be distkibuted to the
TICKET HOLDDRS AT THE GRAND
GIFT CONCERT, TO BE HELD AT LONG'S.
HEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
IVarger and Better than Ever
The only kn wn remedy tot
And a positive remedy for -
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABE
TES, DYSI'EPSIA. NEE VOL'S DEBILITY,
Nosi-reteASjion or Inotintirvnr of l n Ifni..
uon, irtUaniaiKnor L kermtiua of
BLADDER A KIDNEYS,
or Wkite. Duease of (he Prasiat
Gland. Stune. in (lie BUdd-r '
Ooscnlas Gravel or Bric k doat I V(-u and 3Jo-
ik -- r l a a a
wsar veearvv ui I-rpiri ami .4 DEM R CBlif life.
M.nn.w.1 Kmtoci. IsapediisteAAarrbsjl
rrmuTrd. New method uf treatment. SwnA
remarkable i mc-Hir. Unoka eiH CI rem Um mbbT? iT
srar, sa -raft rwrelope. Astdreaa, lffOWsVatft'rl
AWMAni . -i Soot a
delpkla. Pa. an Invitation
. .: r . . .
(.ra r coMaaet aaal praaMaaoata ff
ha innt return fmm
Ike Northern citie with a full and complete
wnicn great Bargains can be had.
inoae During for cash or barter, will find it to
their interest to examine his Stork beforo bny
ing eiewnere. inanklul for past patronage
he hopes by fair defling and smct attention to
Doainera to merit a continuance of the ame.
OeL 30, lS7J.lr.
C. P. BAKER,
ell the celebrated
E7R i urrv in
articles out. 1 hree rslne (ampla for ten centK.
J. BRIDE 767 Broadwar. Kew York. 4
WORKINQ CLASS Male or Female, $30
M. Rrdwn. Esq.. Mr. Tsham A. Colv. to If lUf TftM M T tATIIBAAV 1111 V 4 1874. week employment al home, dar or eveninr nn
giren her, bnt without avail. Mis. Mary Ann Mahaley. ' L drawing will certainly take place whetk-
of a violent form, wa. the dis- rf fc A ler all the ticket, are sold or not. m. YOUN'g A CO, 173 Greenwich St,New
the Rev. E. F. Rock- "W nole Tickets, ElO Halves : w
to Mis. Jane Isabella Wilson, all of Row.
Miss Miller was young and beautiful, well, on the 17th inst. Mr. Robert S. Moore.
and apparently in the enjoyment of most
perfect health up to the time of her fatal
illness. Her death east a deep gloom
over our entire community, and enlisted
the keenest sympathy for her bereaved
-Permanently Cures sll Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNKYS AND DROPSICAL
Existing in Men, Women and Ckitdren,
OT NO MATTES WHAT THE AGE t
Pro! Steele says : "Oee bottle of KamrarVs
Fluid Extract Bochu ia worth mora tkaa all
other Ikachua comhined.''
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six for Fire
Dollars. Sold by C, Jl BARKER k CO.
Depot, 104 Duane St., N. York
A Physician in attendance to answer
pondence and aire aPJvicv rrati.
Mamp for 1'amj.hleU, free.
a3aw5IBHBr 1 BB
aW. at apg -
And Cotton King Cook StovM. T
Aaa. Ckarra. Pallor tad uCke
Tin Sheet -iron fc Copper Work
aMwalaawrt aoUce saM ia tk aaat Bkaaawr. 7
ELEVEN TICKETS, $100.
fsjiSiS cWs Horseness.
Si' ' MARCH 26.
CORNneir old a 82
parents. Her remains were taken to her
. . t. t -1 J : I I
Home Dy ner parenu .uouuay moruiug oy fJOTTON 11 a 14
the 4o'clock train, and, were followed to the FLOUR t. 425. a 4.50.
depot by many sorrowing friends.
MEAL 80 a 85.
BACON (county) 10 12i-hug round
A Fair Meeting. Meeting of the POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet $1.00
arch" 5, 1874 Smoe.
Turbine Water Wheel.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
L TRIED and 3TJRX3 REMEDY.
Sold hy Drnggi8t 4w.
Stockholders is called for April 1st, next.
EGGS 10 to 1W
A full meeting is very desira
FEATHER? new. 50.
ble. The Association, in a financial point TALLOW 9 a 10
of view,- is perhaps the best oflf any in the RYE--a' 90.
State ; an I when it is reorganized, we
hope to see: an effort made to enlist a
greater number of our country friends in DRIED FRUIT
We regret to hear of the sudden death
of little Georgie, son of C. T. and Laura
Bernhardt, which happened this morning
of laryngitis. The little fellow was up
and well yesterday morning and is a corps
to-day. How sad !
The funeral service
from the Lutheran Church Saturday morn
ing. The public is invited to attend.
Blackberries, 10 a 11.
25 00 A YEAR
made with onr aplendid
Mervons and Militated
OF BOTH SEXR8.
No Charge for A it ice and Contultauo.
familv. Agents wanted in erery County it
Town in he United Slates, to make a oermnn-
ent bustnesa on these works. SALES SURE
AN PROFITS LARGE.
CompletToiitlit sent jKi-t;.'d on rt-ci-ipt of a'lW Pbyici.n and SoVgeon, 14 Iuane St., N. Y
rmo. o toi t ii.
Dr. J. B. Dyott. graduate Joffiraon Medical
College, l'hildelphia. author of several yaraabse
work cnn be orwnlted on all diseases of the
Sexual or Urinary (Irgaan, (which he has aaaata
an especial study ) either in aaaie or fraaair. no
matter from what cause originaliiu; or of how
long standing. A practice of 30 jam enables
him to treat diseases with aaeeeaa. Coraa
giiaranteed. Charges reasonable Those at a
distance can forward letter Jescribiog symptoms
and. cloainw stamp to prepay post saw.
bend for the Li aide to Htattk. Price 10c
J. a DYOTT, M. D
TbeTiaftKlm BtaaiaveM. M
The Tinner Tools Ac, of M
Weant Itaying fallen Into a
camr on the Tin. Micel-leM
in ita Taiiiw araw aw V
Roofing, tiullenng Ac, at
ill aaaa hare far aaia. f'trakina
ui recommend, and that will ctve
am not rraputMtbie for any debts the trm of
Urown x )ent mar have ContrartrO.
sit nt il (lilting
I am xll prrpand to cut good Stencil
for maikluf Tobacco, Floor Ac, at the
Oao-kMirth I nrh letlera & erwta pat
Ooo-haif and ive-aighlB " 1
Three fornnhsAoaa ia., letters T "
livisjV ill other Towns or in the
ting Stencil Plate mar calculate the
V. 1 : - n ,r.
TTTiwrn H ml44 tiling jvu vo (.(juiuu-iH e ;u onoe. rr outui
iJN r, Jjaitimore, and full iiBtt-rB Radre. JOHN E. P)T-
tbe South sad Soathwctt TER St CO., Pub, Phi! a. Pa. 4w.
and send theironler, atatina mat of Vattcfa. WEkK9
T. 0. money Order for tlte amount, end I swill
Nearly 71)00 now in use, working under I SOMETHING That will pay yon
. n . . . mn nn si r'diii i
head, varying from 2 to 240 feet ! I Til Hal
Ot -.l OA nia 1 AW
LARGE CASH WAGES GUAR
ANTEED FOR ALL, either sex
will take place
The .Charlotte Observer ha. really
GO TO TEXAS
LONE STAR ROUTE !
i International, and Great Northern R R)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shreyeport, strike this line
at Longyiew, the Best Route in Palestine.
Hearne, Waco, Aosttn, lluntsville, Houston,
Galvaston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and southern lex as.
"To wllliam Callow, a
QUT. IT are hereby notified that the following
'MENT. has been Issued agaitiet you vb :
DAVIDSON COCJTTTt IS THE STPCtlDt CDC1T
Elixabeth Collctt. Haintiff, )
Aanin V SUMMONS.
William Collett, Defendant.)
i) . ..... vm ...mi fi.,,i it i.
grown facetious. After exUau.ting the Best 3 to Tyl Mineola, Dallas, Orerton,
Bald Mountain subject-matter, in a scien
tific and logical jiointof yiew, it has resolved
cert recently inaugurated in that city for to become more domesticated and tarn its with every modern improvement
tl-Wfit oMbeif free school. 4 the attention more especially to home aflFairs. KSrwZil
day of d
Ooncttt will take place as adver- Blessed
tised. All who desire to invest had bet- the next thing will
ter dd so at onee and secure a chance of you are another !
day Of drawing- approaches 'the demand It now contents itself with taunting its
ets increases, and there isnodoubt neighbor, with a disposition to growl.-
are tbe Peace-maker. ! Well,
b I told you so
Better resume those
drawing $50,000 oh an investment of interesting scientific note.. The Watch
. m mmm ii mi .a
00. r ull particulars in another column.
Superior Court. Our Superior
Court legiti s here on the 13th of April.
We hope every one who owes us "will
come forward and settle up bv that time.
or before ; all who are not taking tbe CTf IWW
man will .till continue the even tenor of
Trustees of the V- C. University-
It' will be remembered that at tbe late
session of the Legislature a large number
Crockette, Longyiew and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern lexas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
t, inel tiding
Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air Brakes, Mil
lers ratent bafety rlattorius and Couplers ; and
nowhere else can the passenger so completely
depend on a speed y, safe and comfortable jour
The LONE STAR ROUTE has admirably
answered the query : "How to go to Texas r
by the publication of an interesting and truth
ful document, containing a valuable and correct
map, wnicn can oe obtained, tree ot charge Dy
addressing the GENERAL TICKET AGENT,
w t . m t . a a - a
Tbe most powerful Wheel in the Market, young or old ; can be done dnring leisure time
And most economical in use of Water. at your homes or pats immensely to travel.
urge illustrated Pamphlet Mi gLfe&S'SSfr. AGENTS STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Engine.
and Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent
Tubulous Boiler, Ebaugh's Crusher for
Mineials, Saw and Grist Mill., Flouring
Mill Machinery, Machinery for White
Lead Work, and Oil Mills, Shafting Pul
leys and Hanger..
Feb. 19. 1874 6mos.
cut the Htasnir Plate aani forward br rrturni
if poaaibaa, free U I naiaa
The Little trm.
I alao have for aaW the al .iUleOewj" foe i
ing cloibinsr, Caede, Ac., with InddiSU Ink.
The lettf-ra can be ebmsgrd to print any
very aeaUy. l'ikw oosnpieU flJU.
'II SIC TAD. tnm
The best PcrUblc Mu-ic Si and ia the
for Bras Bandv It is yen neatly
packed in a small space.
Patented Sept. 13th, 1870: Aug . 6th, 1871.
Diploma awarded by the American IfawSHawV-'
Exhibition, Kew York, 1972.
One or two rood Brass riniaMHI
1 V. BROWN.
8alisbory, C, July 17th 1875-tf.
Walcnman should bring in their money
and have their name, entered without des
the University of North Carolina, and that
when the said 1 rustees assembled tbe
Governor informed them tbat he did not
lay. The campaign this year will be an consider them a lawful body that they
importaut one, and every person should
be careful to inform himself as to its mer
it.. We intend to keep onr reader, thor
oughly posted tbat they may vote on, tbe
Great Northern Railroad,
FIT! Write for it once, to LAKAXE dc
HALL, 16 North Charles St, Baltimore,
The Highest Medical Authorities of Europe
says the strongest Ionic, runner and Deobstru-
ent known to the medical world is
had not been properly appointed, and
therefore be could not recognise them as
We have recently seen a letter from a
lawyer of acknowledged great legal ability,
JOHN W. MAUNEY,
Attorney at Law,
: SALISBURY N. C.
Special Attention given to Collections
OfficeHri Court House.
March 5, 1874. ly.
issues presented for their decision this in which he shows very conclusively, we
summer discreetly and wisely. Every tuiok, that the Legislature had no authori-
one should know exactly what he intends
voting, for before he goes to tbe poll.
Bald Mountain. Great excite
ty to elect 1 rustees. He take, tbe post
tion that tbe Constitution doe. not confer
the power on the General Assembly to
ckct Trustees, bat make.it tbe duty of
ilia I -ron lira I A acoml I r tr nrir i fna f lime
ment wa. occioned here la.t Friday election. Here is the section of the Con-
mght by.tne appearance of a 'Yery bright atitution to sustain this opinion we quote
light in the direction or Hald .Mountain, irom Article 9, section 5th :
the seat of the threatened volcano. The Sec, 5. Tbe General Assembly laball
light as reflected by the clouds was quite have power to provide for the election of
awe-inspiring and brilliAnt, and many at trustees ot the University ot .North sffo-
mm, in wuuiu wueti ciiusen, auau ob vest
ed all tbe privileges, rights, franchises and
ondowmpnlH hprptnfnrp in anvnriad orr ntaA
. .. , , . , n. ....
tain nan aireaay been clianged into a fear- to or conferred upon the trustees of said
onee concluded that the subterraneous
fire, had burst forth aud that Bald Mouu-
SALISBL'RY, N. C, 1
Dec 18th, 1871.
Will be received at this office until 12 M.. Feb.
mary 26th, 1874, Tor conveying the U. 6. Mail
fronTthis place to Mooresville, in Iredell co.,
once a week and back. Schedule: leave Salis
bury every Friday rooming and return from
Mooresville every Saturday. This contract will
commence July 1st, 1874, and expire June 30,
1875. All bids must be accompanied with suf
ficient security. D. L. BRING LE,
Sonfliem Express Company.
Salisbury, N. C , Feb. 12, 1874.
By instruction from the Superintendent, the
tariff rates of this Company are greatly reduc
ed on Roods monev or other valuables to all
points. North and South.
The Patrons of the Company desiring a safe
and quick transportation for any articles they
a a (i c n -a il
may wisn to snip, win nnu tne raws so greaiiy
reduced as to make it to their advantage to for
ward by this Company.
Quick time and nrompt delivery at desti
nation is guaranteed to all.
Persons having Perishable goods to ship.
with the present low, tariff, quick time, prompt
delivery, and free drayage will find it greatly
to tlieil interest to give this Company the hand
ling of. their freights.
All goods to be shipped will be called
for at the place of business of the shipper,
when it is so desired.
All damages promptly adjusted.
JOHN S. HA1GLER,
February 12, 1874 3mos.
The quaking and exclama
tions among many of the solid men of the
?, were laughable in tbe extreme. The
tops and upstairs were crowded
those anxious to ascertain tbe truth
of the supposition. It turned out, howev
mt to be the burning of grass by Mr. Soss
man inuhe- country.
Another Volcano. According to
ltports just received, this March 24th,
VIA94, U o'clock at night, Duns Mountain,
stands about six mites from this
eftrjar gives all the premonitions of inter-
2gfct commotion and progressive volcanie
ikion. The greatest excitement prevails
41 atod around tho mountain at this writ-
ing, and it is confidently believed that fire
forth from Ks summit before
About an hour ago a very loud
terrifiic explosion was heard, which
I Mr sensibly felt to the suburbs of this
This mountain is the highest point
Ridge and the coast.
w". V r
is lasgely composed of granite which
tf extensively quarried and shipped from
jw a. n : -
aA. ' . 1 w . v . a
niH pomi soutn ana eatt. It baa never
daWAioforo been'regarded as likely to turn
Lnivereity ; and the
may make such provisions
lations from time to time as may be nec
essary and expedient for the maintenance
and management of said University
The General Assembly can authorize
the Supreme Court Judges, or the Superior
Court Judges, or the Board of Edncation,
or the Governor, or even the Commission
ers of each county, to appoint or elect
Trustees, but the Assembly itself has no
light to elect 4 hem.
Therefore, there can be no lawful Board
of Trustees of the University Until the
General Assembly re-assembles and makes
provisions for their appointment.
All-persons haying claims against the estate
of Samuel Reeves, Sr., deceased, are hereby no Li-
General Assembly SSSS? SaWiffAfflWS
, 'or before the loth day of reb. A. D. 1875. And
DOsr laws and regu- all persons indebted to the estate are requested
.pcjwfvn rue rllac
ai am . v
to make immediate payment.
THOMAS E. BROWN,
Executor of Samuel Reeves, Sr.
February 12, 1874 6w.
TO THE SHERIFF OF DA VI WON
COUNTY GREETING : Yoa are hereby
commanded to Summons William Collett, the
Defendant above named, if to be found within
your county, to be and appear before the
JUDUE Or Ol R St PERlOK COL KT, to be
held for the County of Davidson, al the Court
Hmi in ITirnlon nn th Cti Monday after
It arrets decay of vital forces, ezhanalionof the rd Monday of March J874, and answer the j 7" " v lT J ' n
the nervous system restores vigor to the debili- complaint which will be deposited in tbe ofllce -
until, iic.unn uiuuu, iciiivtck ,nu;ic 01 1TTT IiBIWSI Irr lllr. out nniwov.rfvni,
obstructions and nets directly on the Liver and of said County, within the first three days of
THE GREAT CAUSE
Spleen. Price $1 a bottle
LOGO, 18 Piatt St. N. Y
Da. J. P. Fmaa Baiac twora. aan. 1 1
la i t ni t t of hul la 1SSS. ud after SO ran' uiwrica.
t a i t rn t Tor Itafk in 1833. a4 after 80 yeanT
Dr. Filler'. V e fee t m bl e line i
Hyrwp. XcaaraaU itulalUaU wuafcr
1 4 iteuee, 8om to. Utli Kta
r. A. OSBUIKS.A
w ClsrfySMa war GvttA tr it. and wfll aatk4r aar oa
lnr u.RT.Thr.MnrphT.O.D..I-rJikford.PBiU.lleT C.Il.
O.O.Smith, Pittforr1,?f Y.Krr.Jo. Bw. F.BiCfeirrh,
PhiU..Ac. A fliictKl aaoald write. Dr.Fillr.PI)iU.JbrezpU
aatorr PamphlcA awejmnteniatia. fat KmtdfatH m
the next U-rm thereof, snd let the said Defen
dant take notice that if he fail lo answer the
said complaint within the time prescribed by
law, the Plaintiff will apply to the Oourt for
the relief demanded in tbe Complaint.
Hereof fail, not, arid of this summons make
doe retnrn. Oiren under my band and the
of said Court, this 10th day of Msreh, 1874.
Clerk, of tho Soperior Court of DarMeon
;iill-. M. H. PfNXIX
L. 8s. PlaintifiJs Attoy. J
March 12.187-ix w.
John. H: Eunis, sole agnt Salisbury,
MILLIONS OF ARCES
Rich Fanning Lands
NOW FOR saloVERY CHEAP :
TEN YEARS CR ED I r I jjT E R EST INLY ,
Decriptive Pamphlets, with Sectional Mapa,
a hondsome Illustrated Paper, containing the
Homestead Law, mulled Tree to all parte of
the word. Address.
81 O. F.DAVIS,
Land Commissioner l P. R. R.,
Omaha, Ner. 4w.
Piedmont Air Line Railway
ALirrrasux Tiik X. wait.
aid Radical cure of Seminal
i Snennatorrhir-a. imlnced hr S lf-Atue.
untarv Km ilasiaaa. liankUfT. Nemaae
bilUy. nd lmudiwrtitato Marnape ayuerallj ;
CtiBsnmntion. Eilei-v. and Pits ; Menial and
VMal Inraiiacitv, dr. vr KOBBiTT J.
Author of tte
Book1 Ac :
Jt I'mMuUtA, im StttUd Arefeie.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment
Radical c'.:rr- (f -re i natcirrbrra or
Weakne. Inrofnotarr Kmin. rVxnal I
and Impediment U liarhaT aneraJlr ; Mmt
vousupks, Coakuiuplion, Epilepsy aud Fit j
Mental and phyh al Im .ipa. it v. t-ultina: troaa
kVK-ahw, . et :. lly ROHKRf J. CV1.TVU
WKLL. M. V.. Attthef of U "Urees Bssak,!
The worU-ninowwa author, ia this adhlaV
Lecture, clearly proves from bia owa ex par
Irnce tbat the awful ecu Sequence n fM-ii ai
n.aj U-. tl ( t...iW. it-ii.ored aitbf.ut ;
aud wiinont Mizerun -urtii u
boufica. inOxiiiiient,niii or cordials,
. oot a mode itrnre at nre certaia
tnal l.v which every frr. lo
Blate ann Henderson,
SALISBURY) N. C.
January 23 1874 tf.
Death of Gxn. Joe Johnston's
Nurse. The Kno-xviHc Press saya :
On Monday last there died in this city,
an old iiegreas, named Judy Paxton, who.
when a yoong woman, living in Abigdon,
a., nursed the embryo hero, Joe John
ston, while the General was yet in hit
swaddling clothe?, Judy was always
veiy proart ot this eventful portion of her
life, and frequently spoke of "Mars. Joe"
m terms of high appreciation, as a "bless
ed good chile and no mistake. Judy's
funeral was largely attended br the col
ri 6W6f Kooxvilje, with whom she
was a great favorite."
The undersigned havinsr dulyonalificd as the
Administrators with the will annexed of John
I. Shaver, deceased, hereby notify all persons in
debted to said estate to make payment, and
those having claims against said estate are noti
fied to. present them to the undersigned on or
before the 2nd day of September, 1874, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their cecotery.
September 2nd, 1873.
HENRY A. LEMLY,
52:tf ' t" AdmiriUrators.
Richmond eV Danville,
Danville R. W , V. C
Worth WcsUrn t: C. R. W
la fleet oa and after funday. Feb tfd. If74.
histHtndiiinn may Iw.mar core bimwawYaaaaeptfc
privately and radically. Tlilb LECTUSul
WILL VltOVE A HOOX TO TIlOC8lf
Seainnder a al, to aar address, in a
aeah-d mvi1om. on tbe receipt W sis
two xrtnfe ctamns.
Ali lia I i vnittii'i afirriara GnkU."
Diriikia, aad price m
iMrn the vmxdi
CH AS J (
127 ftjnerv. Sew Vurk Put
: .. . .
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for sale here.
Fro si Fill
Received every Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, Shad a special ty by
W IL K ESTHER.
J MarcM2, 1874-lm.
Call at the Book Store and get one of these
remarkable Washers. The washing of an or
dinary family can he done before breakfast
than in any other way without the wear and
tear of clothes incident, to the old way.
in one year in clothes. A small family will
save the price of it in hire ; without any extra,
helf the washing can be done on your own lot.
Save 52 hard day's work for your wife
at the Book Store all kinds of books can be
OF EVERY SHADE, AND TINT,
ENVELOPES OF ALL 8TYLE,
No extra charge for ordering books or
Music not on bands All orders prompt
ly attended to Call and get writing paper
at the Salisbury Book Store.
January 29, 1874 ly.
$10 (20 te err where. Particulars free.
A. H. Bx-Aja A Sr. Louis, Mo.
Nov. 6 1873-tf.
WE WANf 1,000 FIRST CLASS
BOOK AGENTS .
at once to sell two of the most popular works
ever published :
U. . BOMJS a recorU ot prison oi uie a
Fort Delaware, by Rey. I W. K. Handy, and
MARSHALL'S LITE OF
Gen Robert L Lee.
&T Send for Circular at once.
4W Baltimore Md.
ar..ni!v. Kilotcn - l inp!e. i nji i... to
fix v.:irrT:crl' - fin It Ithcum
orTcUcr.riniPlc cil I'liCf , LIo la,tr.
annelew, Tirjnlpria ima f. rcr row
rlUlnU Hi tilv-'T- Ifl'Vr-arrair 1 rui
o woritScrofnloni J.v. r!IItC- a I Koros
Pull In tSon ' ' ' fore XI: ron t rait-l
hx Poison ia nine. 1 rr rierrwnat inwiaarft.
r.r i.s wiKMlerful lct lord pmncrttM it U
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me lu ire and i pt-rfmir rale, l.msemnj ou, h
t.y all I)nirrit. V. PlEKfE, M. aX,
World's Dispensary, lluOaio, N. Y.
STATIONS. Maiu Exraass.
. Air-Lrns J-scfn 7 - 1 f
Sallabary MttOI M 10" M
Creeniboro t. il A M '
DanTille 6 - St -
Barkerills U 40 - 8 r
Arrfrs at Richmond. 8.33 r a 119 at
STATIONS. Mail Ezracss.
Leave Kichmood... , 1 48 r friaax
- Knrk..M..e 4J " . M
UanMlle 93 " I SO r H
" i;reeiisbru 116 A v 4 0S
' Ksliaba y S.M atS
Ar l.iue J unc't 6 Ai
Arrire at Charlotte. 6 43 i s 100 "
GREAT FAMILY MEDICDTt
Dr. GREEK'S FIT CTJRl f
The Or sat Remedy for Ipilpsy,
Fits, Jpant, Con vbions and Pfer
fulm-a. arts pmiaafily, often arrnaat
from the f rat day's use, even where
existed lur years.
compotjto ex. cortdalu!
The Great Vegetable Alterative,
Skin, and all di
ary Srphalis, Kiuptioaseat
arising Trotn impure ,
MEDICATED HO VET.
A Sovereign Balm far Couss GolsV,
STATIONS, t.ri MaiU
Arr. at ;oldboro'...
chili, AMhma, awd all dhwaitw of UM i
aagea and Luiaga.- By U tiasely ass assay asaf
posed cases of Con4jtnption are promptly lav
lieved and the Lung restored lo health.
4 HO Mt. kmr 14 SS. at
- " Ui C a L nsS) -
f H 3u Pa - 040 -
li.eor a !:3uur
( s a i. km Bravch. )
Lea re Greeasbsio 1 9J r
Arrive at 4s lets StO r
Leave Sales, 1000 s
Arrive si i;rarssboro..lt00 a
: NEURALGIA SPECIFIC 1
A prompt, poanree asnt ueiawatat relief I
the earn iri aline pstss of Neuralgia,
taam and SctalM-a.
For Sala by T F
Prepared oslv by
Dr. GREEN. LIlfDLE Y A
CHARLOTTE 9. C
5or. 6, 1871.-ly.
200 PAGES; 500 ENGRAVINGS, and
COLORED PLATE, pjnbl'ished QosAerly, at
25 CsnU a pear. First No. for 1874 just issoed
a German edition at same price.
Address JAMES VICKS. Rochester N. N.
Isscembcr lib loi3. (f
Psssaasvr train leevisf Bsleigk al 7 f
connects at GreecaborV with the A'stIsstb bound
train ; asaftmg Us onlckeat Usm to all Wortbsra
cities. Price ot Tickets asase OS eta sOksr roatss.
Tasios to aad from point East of Uiisaiaarn
connect at Orsensboyo with Mail Trains to or
froropinU Norih or Ksath.
, Tstrsa daily. betU ways
n Bandar lytn l.bunr Aasasiaasiatlssi ssftrs
Richmond at 9 49 A , arrive at Barkeville 19 09
r h , leave BtoteflltO 4 00 Am. nsit at Rick,
mond 7 68 a a
Pullman l'alase Cars on sll eight trains be
twees Charlotte and Richmond (wttbnat chasgr)
Kor further information address
Oenl Tlehst Aee4.
Gfsmssbseu K C
TfM R T A LOOT,
Engineer 4 GeaT Superintendent
Sale of Msrctaiilia.
Salem at Panic Prices.
By vi nor of an order aamdc by the U.nUk
trict Court in iijnkrsptev, ia at John R. sjsi
Tli as. M. Kern, the un4-rigned as Re
oiler their entire slock of Goods at ds
ptlcea ever charged in this market
mt iiatrte. or vnti win kkv rrrst bsiga.
Hold at Sters with im of Kesms A Cm." mm
Msaw fmeeeA. H A VI U U BklKGJJL,
Dec lhh. 1873. learnt BaaofcHfe
CRAIGE & CRAIGEs
Special at leutlonpaid to