SALISBURY. THURSDAY MAY, 88.
Tbos. 8. Ajfie lias betn reuumi-
in bis District.
Mftti Ur Congress
OVBtl 07 OFFICE-SEEKEES,
, drawback to progress and general
in North Carolina, and we might
In the whole country, la the curse of office-
They are to be Keen and heard on
akU, plying their avocation wiih all the
i and low cunning of the consummate
They are to be found in every
and every condition of life ; yet
i are peculiarities especially common to
aa profession ; They nrc for the most
. . . .
duplicity and mfaweptesenta-
ThaT will setrif a friend for the roost
-if they think by ao doing they
i their Klfih end in the slightest
In nhort, they will do or say any thing
or mendacious to gain a single
And this la the style of men who now
majority of official stations. Is there
that we have bad laf s, high taxes
and general boaineaaa stagnation ? Things will
pit get better until the people refuse to vote for
Megro Civil Rights Bill.
This rillainoua bill paased the U. 8. Senate -on
Saturday morning last, after all night's session.
It provides that negro children and white chil
dren shall hare equal privileges pa schools sus
tained in Whole part the by taxation. &c. Until
llmewtiageuiai measure is repealed there should
net beanotber cent collected in North Carolina,
by taxation for public schools. Let there be
bo more taxes levied for school purposes, and
let there be no more talk about imposing taxes
w twelve Chanel Hill College. Stop all school
i and let us sustain white schools by con-
The civii rights bill waa paased for
one for office or puhlie trust whom our
consciences do not fully endorse. .We,
must know that the individual is not only
honest and true, but able and otherwise j
pfstent to discharger the duties of the
sition to which ho aspires.. While we
a strong partisan we shall not favor
he promotion of. auj ope etrickly eoJ
able to pay for it before the interest has
matter, there is no one excedt the unscru-
J puh.4 speculator, the land shark and
stock-jobber, who can borrow money and
allow more titan C or 8 per cent, without
speedily becoming a bankrupt. We want
then not only the State debt settled, but
a low rate of interest ; and in order to get
j these things put through we mast have
roe men in the Legislature.
We shall have ranch to say on this
subject, when the candidates shall mount
the slump for the legislature. Kino
tenths of the debt, we owe is due to oar
Northern brethren, who robbed us of our
liberty and property, and now lend us
palous, and unprincipled. Louey at 18 and 20 per cent.
uu waB I"" T J
It. wot this means a certain skill in the
the robbery. A community of farmers.
who borrow at such usurious rates, mill,
soon loose property and liberty. Finen
ciers may talk as they will, but the
usurious rates of interest and want of
work, has produced the panic ia North
We would promise to join the Sentinel
jpma X Jin tvil m ssaa new aaawwu mwm m
gloomy spring to the farmer ; through this sec-
Trie tobacco interest is one that
must bo largely developed iu thit section
of the State. Oar lands are especially
adapted to the cultivation of tobacco, and
as it is a profitable crop, we suppose the
reason why it has not been more exten
sively grown is owihg to the want of
proper information respec'ing iu manige
meuL We will not undertake to say,
however, what the matter is, as we do not
know bet we venture to predict that the
day Is not far distant when our people
will turn their attention to it with the
. a . a c
the per pose of degrading l"e wnue people oi
the South, and eapecially the poor white man ;
and now let the white people organize a white
MPs' party and accept the inue forced by the
negroes and their mean, deceitful political
Let ns accord all necessary rights to the col
freed people, but neuer consent to their admis
sion into tflr same schools with white boys and
girls. Charlotte Democrat. .
Precisely so : This bill was-passed for the
swacial purpose of degrading and humiliating
fsajthern men and women. It is, however, hut
0 port of the programme, marked out from the
by the infamous Radical party, or the
t rather, to degrade the Southern whiles to
level of the negro. But it will fail as all
cvious acts of villainy inaugurated by
have failed. Our people mav be denied
e voice in the government, and by the mere
of law be placed on an equality with ne-
i, but they can not be degraded or dishon
by Yankee or Radical malice. The Civil
its Bill will prove most unfortunate for the
It amounts virtually to a pronuncia-
sjento for his annihilation or expatriation.
Jfll the decent or better class of white Rads.
wUl cut loose from him and he will be like the
poor Indian a wanderer and an exile. .
There have been many causes
any assurance that it would result in a
rousing the people to the gravity of tbe
subrct . Wc discussed every phase of
the de: t question four or 'five years ago,
and we think pointed out tbe proper mode
of settling it ; at any rale, there has been
no better mode of settlement pointed oat ;
but our legislative halls were so complete
ly packed with policy men and dema
gogucs that the disposition of any subject
that required brains and statesmanship was
utterly impossible. But for this fact tbj
debt question might have been disposed
of long ago. If the people really desire
to have the debt question settled and raou
ey put down to a proper aod liviug rate
of interest, they must cease to vote for
political bummers, mid incompetents, poli
cy men-mid demagogues. These have
been loo bane of North Carolina since the
frar : they have brought many troubles
upon the State, every interest has been
damaged by their rule. Will the people
who can l help seeing the evils now, tol
erate them, any longer ? They will have
a dunce to answer the question this sum
mer to put good men at the head of af
fairs, and by ao doiqg place the State on
the high road to prosperity atid indepen
dence. Will they do it 1 We believe
they will. We think the people have had
their eyes opened, and they are more de
termined than ever to select their best
men. Wc think they see, or ought to
see, that the man who is merely a good
electioneerer, who devotes hie lime to
playing the demagogue, to "honey fug
gliug"' poor ignorant voters that he cares
nothing for, in order to secure his own
election, is not the man fit to be a legist
Jator, or, for that matter, is not fit to tiii
any office, It may be set down as a rulo
that the tnau who is full of promises, brag,
don too muck raia-aad no faeeeaa, hare
our lands very close. We are through planting
corn and cotton, and plowing out cornj The land
is run together so close that we have to colter
the lead to keep-it free breaking o$ melody
We have a very poor stand of cotton, we
have been scraping the top of the ridge to get
a stand ; some are replanting, the prospect is
quite gloomy. The wheat crop ten daya ago
was looking very flattering ; but since that
time has turned yellow and now has the rust
on tbe blade in such a quanity the fields look
ripe. The Midge has made its appearance It
is a litttle fly or gnat crowded all around the
heada of wheat by hdnd reds ton head and aUot
an inch below the head on the stalk. The
Midge's are all over my. wheat crop sucking tbe
heads of the wheat j the grains do not appear to
he morethan half the common length and ahowa
decay. The Midge seems to be accompanied
with a little bny worm, I see worms on nearly
every head of wheat, the wheat crop will surely
be very abort.
ij'L'1 J!"'" ? IB sap sei folly Years
J. 8. PENNINGTON.
iNtvx AD VEK TlSEMJeiJNTb.
in discussing the State debt, if wo bad 0r makinf. it, as it will undoubtedly
prove, a most profitable product. One
advantege is already achieved ; it is not
how necessary to carry tbe tobacco rais
ed in this section to Virginia in order to
reach a market. The highest market
prices are now paid at our doors, and if a
larger quantity be raised the result will
be the stimulating or encouraging of the
establishment of new manufactories, for all
concerned. - N
The following items we get from tlir
Tobacco Fair at Danville.
At a recent meeting of the Danville
Board of Trade the following resolution
was adopted :
On motion of E. M. Pace, it was resolv
ed, that a committee of seven be appoint
ed by the President to take into consider
ation and make such suggestions as they
think, best, in regard to holding a Leaf
Vobaccq Fair in Danville, under the su
pervision of the Danville Tobacco Asso
ciation, on Wednesday, .Inly Sth, 1874.
Under the above resolution, the Presi
dent appointed E. M. PucvChui. ; WT.
J. Fowlkbs, J. B. Faulkner, L. B. Con
way, Daniel Coleman, J. at. Neal and
W. P. Graves.
A hearty invitation is extended to the
press of North C irolina and Virginia to
attend a, Fair at Danville, Va., to be held
under the auspices of the Board of Trade
of that city, on Wednesday, 8ih July
next." Representing the Tobacco interest
of the Trade, and for aud iu behalf of that
interest, we extend a hearty invitation to
every quill driver in North Carolina and
A. II. Blaiu A Sr. Louis, Mo.
Nov. 6 187S-tt f: -.
Stato-ov NoTC4eouN, ( 14 th Pro
Davib Cot' mtv. bstet Court.
L. H. Cash, plaintiff f Petition Cr re
against y moral of Defu-
Bamn4 W. Nayior, t dant as Executor
Surviving Executor of V aforesaid.
James Bee uehainp, dee.
The defendant, Samuel W. Xaylor. as the
surviving Executor tf James Beaocamp,
deeeased. is Summoned to answer the peti
tion of tbe plain'.iff. which is filed in the
office of tbe Judge of Prohaae, of this
within twenty days after the serviou of this
Summons on him, aod if he fail to answer
within the time aforesaid, application will
be made to the Court for tbe relief asked for
in the petition, and the same Will then be
This 18th day of May. 1874.
H. B. HOWARD.
(Pr fee $6-50.
lexander Count, i In the
. Mcintosh, adm r I Court April
tl Turner Dec. f
tens V. Turner, t Fctkiee In sell land
aily A. (irydea, r f9 assets t pay
u E. C. Turner; ) deffu. .
Is this proceeding it appearing to the satav
(ad Ion of ihc Lotirt that Amencua, V.
00L. KEEP COOL
A Emily A. Gryder, are mm n -i.ient of this
State. It i therefore oidered by the Court
that publication be made few six srtceeeaive
Weeks in the "Carolina Watchman? a news
paper pobluthed at fcalUbtiry, Ni.rtti Caroflna
."oMjTina wie mtv Hit-uiiaiiifi to a wir i me .
Tarlbnteille, on ur before the 1st day ofJaJy.
A. fJt. 1374. and answer the Petisioe of the
i'laintiff which is filled in this praeeedlax and
let them take notice that if they fail toaowwer
PU'KuiOM Petition wiiliin that tlsae judgment
ptvemfaso will be granted.
Wltneh bit handand the seal of said Court
this 37th day of April, A. D. 1874.
SealJ E. M BTEVENSOX, C.8. 6.
April SO, lf74 ix w.
and bluster, never does any tuinff. I'hu J judgemei, an( devotion lo the public"
m n . Mft -i.l.l niiita ...... !.. 1
lie has more influence than all the rest of
hi- fellow?, mav be set down as h;ivihr
none at all. It is the fool that is always i !! &?'Z U'e,e k "!,.al'Pca,
. . lue ueea oi me best men tiiR eetfuty can
supply to compose the Board. 1 hey levy
gibbering and trying to ape Sulomou
the wise man holdeth his tongue.
As the Sentinel well says the high ratea
of interest arc most damaging, especially
to the farmer. We want a usury law fix -
which have tended to disorganize the op
pMitnts of Radicalism in Nonh Carolina.
In some other States, under the banners
af Democracy and a White Man's Party,
with less white-iiinj'u it ies, the people
bave signally triumphed over the combin
ed forces of Radicalism and placed in of
ficial elation their best and ablest men.
Tbe men who , furnished tho brains and
did the labor iu organizing and strength
ening the -party iu those States have been
rewarded by being made the standard
bearers iu all the various campiigns, and
hue utiiuiu ua, u milieu .iiuiinu l i wilii s
remarkable unanimity entrusting Uiei& money at G 0, 8 cent. Of course
me money suaiKs nut oppose it, nut we
want men iu the L gishture who will
have the nerve to do something for the
good of the Stale regardless of m ncy in
fluences Inflation dr an increase of the
Currency will do the firmer no good ; for
be will have plenty of money just -in pro
bortiou as he has plenty i f produce to sell
j,o bring it. The argument of thnae who
favor a high rate of interest is about 011 a
par with that ot the inflationists. It waa
said that with money at ten to 20 per
cent interest, it would become plentiful ;
that the high rate would not last long,
and that what came iu would stay. E very
intelligent man knows that this has not
been tbe fact under the present law allow
ing money lenders to charge pretty much
what they please. So long as men can
get ten to twenty per cent, for tbe;r mon
ey they will buy no lands they will ins
vest in 110 manufactories they will en
gage iu no enterprise. And why should
they, so long as they can get this usuri
ous rate of interest on their mouey and
have it secured by a mortgage ou leal es
tate in value double the amount of the
sum loaned 1 Thi- is one of the greatest
reasons why our town, county and State
have not prospered since the war. Oar
valuable lauds find no purchasers because
capitalists find it more profitable to loan
their money out at the enormous rate of
Interest allowed. Ti. ere are no manufactor
ies going up for the same reason. We say
give us a law fifing tbe rate of interest at
six per cent and no mure. It matters not
whether mouey comes in voluntarily or
not. If we produce cotton, tobacco, wool
And cloth, these will bring money in great
abundance. Pluck and muscle are more
needed in (ho production of these things
than money, since we have the land, the
climate and the other necessaries, mainly,
to produce them. The mortgages on reel
estate and other property in Rowan conn
ty alone would cover an ordinary field,
and these mortgages are for borrowed
money, and they are almost equal to a bill
of sale. The fewest number of men are
ever able to lift them because of tbe enor
mous rata of interest. The idea of a
farmer borrowing money at 10 or 15 per
With their public affairs. Not so in North
Carolina. The opposite policy has obtain
ed, Tbe men among us who have labor
ed most zealously for the advancement
af tee party who have done most to build
it op done most to throttle and defeat
Its enemies done most to protect the in
terests of tbe Slate and people have been
tediously ignoied, repudiated, by Con
servative Conventions generally. Is there
any wonder then that we bave so little
eoncett of action so 'little interest mani
fested in tbe work of rc-oi ganizitioa ? Tbe
eld war horses have been ignored, and
tbe drones and do-nothings who bave got
ten the lion's share sre afraid to take any
tend lest they offend somebody. Indeed,
they are not fit for party leaders, or for
any thing else, although they have been
forced upon tbe public and placed in of
ficial stations, When wc look back over
tbe rise an (J progress of the Conservative
party in this Stale, we find that ninety
nine times out of every hundred, the bon
rs and emoluments the pry have had
te bestow, bave been given to these who,
ea general thing, have done nothing
whatever to advance its interest or uphold
it se a psrty. In many instances, we find
that men bave been placed in position,
who have up to that, time obstinately re-,
fused even to do so mocb as vote at elec
tions for Democrats or Conservatives.
Tbe rule has been to discard the brains,
of tbe party, tbe working men, tbe conr
ageous and the competent, and take np
the gasbags, the do-nothings, the bolters,
tbe soap-tails and fence-riders. So long
as this policy is kept up, we need not
hope to have harmony, or organization
worth the name.
Oum Pu!oik In the present cam
paign, aa evur hearaftcr, we intend to
advocate principle not men. We will
labor to secure the triumph 0f true Conser
atism, because we believe duty to our
country requires it 1 but we consider the
day foue by for substantial and indepen
dent newspapers to be "train bearers and
organ blowers," for candidates for office.
When we can conscientiously speak ! a
good word toff a Conservative nominee
we will cheerfully do so ; bat not otherwise'.
Ton are right, neighbor, for once. We
Don't be Discouraged. Suppose 700 kmc
"tried titty reaiediee" aud received no benefit,
ia there therefore no balm in Gilead f Verily
there is. Your liver may be congested, your
stomach half parlysed, your nerves quivering,
jout mnclea knotted with tortnne, yonr bowels
constrained, your lungs diseased, your blood full
of impurities yet in one week after commen
cing a course of Dr. Walker's Vinkuar Bit
ters you will i'eehstkea hew creature.
Family medicine of (he Agv.
Taken Internally, It Cures
... toyeenierjtr Cholera, Diarrhea,
Cramp and Pain in the Stomach,
liowel Complaints, Painters' Colic,
Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Sore Throut, Sudden Coldst
Coughs, d:c, dc.
USED EXTERNALLY, IT CURES
Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scaltls, Old Sores, Sprains, Tothaclie,
Pain in the face, Xcuralgia,
Bheumatism, Frosted Feet,
eV, dc.i fc.
after a through trail br innnmberablc living
witnesses, has proved itself THE MACHINE
THE AUE. It is internal and eternal remedy.
One positive proof of its efficacy i. that its
sales have constantly increased, am) wholly
upon its own merits. The effect of tbe
upon the patient when taken internally, in case
Cold, Coujrh, Rowel Complaint, Cholera, Dy
sentery, and oilier afflictions of the svutcm, has
been truly wonderful, and has won for it a name
among medical prppurtiqns that can never be
forgotten. 1 U success in removing pain, as an
external reined r, in cases uf Brum. H uises.
Sores, Sprain, Cats, Stinpiof Insect, and other
e 41 : 1 j 1
XTi : ! I . . 1 , 1 mifen ui miiiermx, "as seenreo lor 11 uncu a
Virginia to be present 011 that occasion j ho of testiluollVt as inW,lbw lhal
and participate 111 tbe gntudest festival of j it will he handed down to posterity aa'une of
the seatsOti. j the greatest medical discoveries of the nine-
. teenth century.
- -am TUB -PAIN-KILLER
derives much of h -Kp'.iiariry from the aim-
nlilMlv :l r i -nit i ntt tf mo irhi.J. ttn it m
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e notice 111 oar excuanges snggrvnoiiS : peculiar value hi a family. The various dis
for the best men in the respective conn- j easet which may be reached by if. and iu their
ties to be brought forward lor these very incipient "fF "h'eated, are among .those
important offices men o inteHiffenri " V ro '
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.1 II"! .. 'l.M.r.V Mix.11 ui int.-. ui CM 1 .11 mil ui
once disarms them uf"iheir terrors. In all re- j
spVcts it fuitiUa the conditions of a jH.prlar 1
.Be sure yon call Air and gtttheconuinc r.e"n- J
Killer, as many wmthlesM baeraats are attempt- j
cd to bp sold on the great reputation of thin !
tW Directions accompany each bottle.
Trice 2o et.,j50 ctR., and $1.00 vr Ilottle
Sold bv all Med i:ine Dealers.
How to get a Fine Suit of Clothing
We keep constantly on hand the largest, finest and moet desirable stock of Ready-
made Clothing in tho conntrr, including suits ana smf gar meets ev
tion for Gentlemen's Wear aiid fur Boye of all ages over three years.
We hare also an immense and elegant rtock of Piece Goods for
and a corps of artistic Cotters, unequalled in any Tailoring House of either Europe
or America. .
We are the sole manufacturers of Tho American Yoke Shirt, which
is unequalled for ease', elegance and durability. They are sold either Heady-made or
We keep the most elegant and conpleto linos of Robes do Chambre
and Smoking Jackets in the United btatea.
Oar numerous patrons in all parts of the country do business with us by means of
the System of Measurement introduced by us twenty years ago, and since
.TV orrmt flitrr-&a
We do business on the ONE PRICE STSTEf , For Case, to everybody,
fill orders by mail at the same prices as charged over the counters of oar b tores.
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tanrebj plaaiag has if at on Dj. iu.7!
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C. R. BARK PP v rvN
Mar 14. 1874-rr. " w
to Mock 4
their satire stock 0
at irvstfy sedsesd ftitm from
Tbo National reputation of our House for tho superiority of our goods, and
treatment of our customers, is a guarantee that any orders sent us will be faithfully
NOTICE THIS OFFER !
Any gentleman who will send for our Samples and prices, aod will secure Cash
orders for us to tho amount of $800, shall receive a Custom Mada Suit of Black
Broad Cloth, the same as we sell for $60.
Or for either of the following amounts tho corresponding premium
400, a Business Suit, -
150, Half Dozen Shirts, - - - . -100,
a Pair of English Custom Mado Pants,
Or any other goods that may be Selected of equal 'value.
Cards of Samples, and Books of Instructions sent upon request to bona id
- at $40.
- M 30.
They are saOse Geaas strictly br eash and
, doing away with the old and rmsos.
credit system, believing it to be better far all
parties, aod Ibsy loJeed leal thefr prices and
quality of Good .hall asake It an
Thoir stock is the largest to be found ia thia
market, and rnnsists of aoost all
adapted to tbe wants of thia
They are making a saoeislty of
BROADWAY AND GRAND SI. BROADWAY AND WARREN ST.
JJO.V P. O., h KTT TOKK.
S. J. SWICEGOOD.
welfare. Oouiity Commissioners arc in
vested with very important poweis, and
constitute a body from whose decesious.
have loaf siuco determined to support no I cent, to buy land with ia the hope of being
taxes, and direct and control all the coun
ty business schools, roads, poor house,
and all else pertaiuing to the county gov
ernment. Tbey should possess wisdom
10 discern what is best to be done within
their sphere for the general interest
guarding against extravagence on the one
hand and parsimony on the other -exercising
a proper medium. Next to t! e
Commissioners, stand the Townehip Trus
tees, alio likewise have important duties
to perform and should possess proper
qualification tor the trust- Magistrates,
a a a a ft h
snouiu bo selected with great care, as
their power, under a late act of the Leg
islature, has been so enlarged as to make
them a most important adjunct of the
Judicial system of the Suite, next to a
U'stnct Judge. They should be free
from prejudice, partiality, and with a suffi
cient knowledge of the statutory law as
to render intelligent decisions iu the
matters that are likely to come before
The above is mos' true, and it would
be well for voters in the various counties
a -. - , a tr m .
lO keep it in rememberance. .Let tbe
very test men be selected .
OUR DORMANT ENERGIES.
Our bodies are not as vigorous nor our minds
as clear as thev might be. This remark is true
of at least two thirds of civilized society, and
of these two-third probably one-half is labor
ing under bodily infirmities of a character like
ly to shorten the lives of the sufferers. This is
a melancholy exhibit and furnishes abundant
food for reflection. Can the evil be mitigated ?
It can. Lack for vitality is the primary cause
of most of the physical and mental suffering to
which we are subjected, and therefore a vitalis
ing medicinal agent is the remedy required. Is
there such a medicine? There is. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters will rouse and energize the
mind and blood when the life power of the
syte m is in a comparatively dormant state
The languide, feeble, desponding invalid is not
aware of the latent energies that underlies his
debility. He thinks there is no element oj
vigor left in his frame, when the fact is that
his physicial capabilities are merely asleep and
only require waking up. Let him stimulate
and lone his animal machinery and endow it
with new motive power, through the agency of
this incomparable invigorant, and he will soon
feel like a new man, or rather like a man who
has received a new lease of life, and tbe requis
ite health to enjoy it. Many busines men suffer
from chronic languor and depression caused by
too close application to business. Hard students
are often oppressed with melancholy from a
like cause Mechanics and Working men are
affected in the same way as a result of overla
bor. To all who are in this condition, from
whatever cause, Hostetters's Stomach Bitters
will prove a signal blessing. It is a perfect
panacea for physical debility and mental gloom
It strengthens the body, clears the mind and
cal ms the nervous system ; while as a remedy
for indigestion, biliousness, constipation, rheu
ms itisra, and intermittent and remittent fevers,
takes precedence of all other medicines.
New Hardware Store.
We respectfully iuvite the at?ntin of citi
zens of Rowan, and surrounding counties
New Steel of Hardware,
just opi ued in Salisbury, in which we keep
a full line of everything usually kept iu a
Well Regulated Hardware 6 'ore.
Our stock embraces foreigu and domestic
Carpenter's Tools, a large variety Black
smiths 'Fouls a large variety Shovels. Spades.
Forks. Rakes, Picks, Mattock?. Hoes. Grain,
and Grass Scythes. Chains. Iron. .Wagon
aud Buggy Material, Pat. Axes of different
patents. Pocket and Table Cutlery. Disston's
Mill. Cross-cut, and Hand Saws,
PRINTS, GLASS &C,
We also invite yonr attention to our ramuaut
Dry-Goods, Notions, ClotMot Boots
& Shoes, Which we are Selling off at cost,
in consequence of haying determined to do
an exclusive H KL VY AICK BUSINESS.
Give us a call,, two doors below T. F.
Kluttz's Durug Store, and examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are de
termined not to be under sold by any house
in this State.
SMITHDEAL & HARTMAN.
May 7, 1874 3m 0,
11 J khtttW osfrfMaftMrilw
rr. 1 noun1"" LnfteaM.
and hare the Largest stock that has
j ed in this market toee toe war, and at price
that can't fail lo meet the view of barer.
A full stock of all kinds of Dusaestic Goods,
LADIES, DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
; HOSIERY, RIBBONS, GLOVES LACES,
A full and complete atock of Shoes, aad
Hate. Sugar, Coffee,
Leather Ac. Ac.,
April 16, 1874 2mos.
tor the sale of Bvrdidu NA
J. M. KNOX & CO.,
AND CURE FOR
Wholesale and Retail! Merchants
No. 4, Granite Row, Salisbury, N. C,
Are receiving to-day their New Stock for the Summer Trade :j Consisting of a t fall stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
TION A L FEED CUTTER" sod take
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ib oDcnng 11 10 tne puouc aa tbe very
use. It cuts rapid It. i er to tnrsvLi
ly built ia every part, aad not likely to got eat
of repair. Call aad examine far isosasli ia
sad be convinced. We are also AgeaSs far tbe
celebrated 'WATT PLOW," aad koao aa as
sortment of them constantly on band.
April 23, 1873 tf.
CHEAPER TEAM COHU
Pure, fresh, unadulterated Teas, la pstewt
screw top osas aad fail pscksge. at aaase
cheaper figures than usually charred. Boy bet
ter Tea, and save 25 to M per aeat, by calling
Agency for U.S. Tea Cosspaoy.
March 19 1874 tf.
Among the many discoveries in medicine of
late, lew are regarded with more iuterest than which were bought at the recent decline and which they offer at a reasonable adv
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famihar with its virtue than the "LIVER
Prof. MOORMAN, Physician at the White
Sulphur Sprint's, cuiiuect in his profession.
and beiug well known m Baltimore, says of it : 1 They have a large stock of GOOD SHOES, and Ready made Clothing, at low prices
" 1 consider it one oi tbe liKbT KEMEU1ES bought low.
JJ'UK uiSfiSfSlA attended with constipation
Wat 1 ever naed.'1 On R.rr1. tmmnnmA STTOAR at 10 nnd 1-1 rim .it Ktiil
When yea want Hardware at law
figures, call on the naitrehraed at No t
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, If. C.,May 13-tl.
New York Prices
Colonel GOODE, of Mecklenburg county, I
V.. ..n I . 1 .1 . 11
unusal intelligence. says : "After long suffer- 10 aA Ul? Ut;i UUtJJLt, KlU auoiAtn, DUAr, tABUU.B,
ing, that the "LIVEK CORRECTOR" cave
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mm mure renet tnau ail otnermeuicmo ne nas JfU YYlvii.lt oMXXJl. iUBAliUU, OCC. ore.
illiamsburo. ureenuner co., . va. 1 . ,
Messrs Wade, Boykin f Co., ' -ft A ICA ImCk I 0 1 I AOsi AT
Haltimore, itaryland : Vliv VUl JmUUU J I
Gents I used three or four bottles .of your
LUanetor' last summer for my trouble 500 SACKS OF SALT. BACON. FLOUR. MEAL. OOttN. HAY. FOnnF.R
DYSPEPSIA, and eot more relief from it than
fmr.l nnr nmrKninn ! T K Attn tnln Crv
great was my sufferine I was notable to do SHUCKS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
anything, was taken with numbness and gid
diness, when I would rise up suddenly or when
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x iw on uorveoacK, or in oiner woras. was
in a manner dead for twelve months, and cot
no relief from any medicine until I found your
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1 VV, L r- W1 18 n?T Agent, for the Celebrated Stonewall and British Lion Guano said to be best Core, sad Cotton,
and rapidly improving. Yours gratefully, Fertilizer known, o 10 oc dot com, aau uops-B,
"ForMlebT Theo. F. DuttirDnuSS'std. ?9?5 MEAL VLUR, AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE BOUGHT FOB
isbury, N. C' T UAbU J. M. KNOX, 00
f e mm a la a ma a -
-ay , ley , jm. April SST. 154 J IBS.
FRESH ARRIVALS !
Cheaper thai Era!
Just received at R. W. Price's Family Grarerv
8tore, fret.h atoeka of choice
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Coffees, Sman, Synps, Ii
-all kinds of
SUGAR CURED MEATS,
Fresh Meats, Pork Baosagft, (rsosirsd daily,
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oseon, Lam, r loar, Meal aod a
1 11 u 1 fit of CandlSB, Vats as.
dec. 10. tf
A LIGHT 2-H08SE f AGflH
Vary Chbap of CASH.
DAVID R. JLLIAM.
Aptil 30th, 1874. (1m.)
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