, i -
Mere announcement of iuai riages or deaths,
or shor religious notices, we publish without
cbtfgr, and would be glad if ministers and
frisndu would furnish us with such . Bat all
oiii uancu, tributes of respect, life sketches, or
othar matter of whatever character, not of gen-
el interest to the public, are charged as adrer
fgfflickncm in the family of the Associ
ate editor has hindered him from the more
perfect performance of hit duties this week.
Asttkaabssn reported thnt I here with
in wn y r.r.rae from before the convention for
tbe perior Court Clerkship, I take this method
.of sjw.rin ' my friends that I am still a candi
date. Though I will abide by the voice of a
Mr. K. H. Marsh is progressing fir. ally
with his new fouudcry and workshops.
The crops in this section arc suffering
considerably for want of rain.
A pAitswn lias opened bis Ice Cream
Sulonn, for the Season.
Messrs Brosdfield and Thns.-H. ,Van-
Jerfnrd are preparing to erect residences
on Fclfon strecU
BUILETXO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
meets next Monday night, apparent gain
on Slock 1. 45, come to the meeting and
aave yonr fines.
Do not fail to read the advertise
ment of Messrs McNoely & Walton. They
are jnst in receipt of a large and well se
lected stock of goods and they arc offering
special inducements to cash bnycrs.
In the Grocery lino, Messrs. Bingham
tc Co are ahead. They have enough
.coffee alone to fill an ordinary rare-house.
.Sr;ar. Molases, and other articles in pro-
Early Cabbage. We understand
from Mr. R. Murphy, Jr., that he has
had whitehead cabbage, this year's growth,
several days past. Rather early that,
every thing considereed.
Mr. Wm. Murdoch, our worthy towns
man, is due onr thanks for various Glas
gow and Edingburg newspapers, sent us
fiom Fcntlrtnd, where he is now on a vis
it t ' relatives and friends. Mr. M.rx-
; rts to s, end the large part of. the sum-
Honey. Mr. Henry CnuhV brought to
MS a specimen of Bee work, performed in
tfcn patent Hive ho is now tntldng ud sell-
a;v It was in a frame 0x12 inches, heauti
f white and clear, 3 lbs, in weight. He
tititk 8 such frames out of one Hive, Monday
inw.itiij. returning as many empty frames
tf.rtlie Hees to fill?
La roe 8tock In the way of Hard
ire, See., See. Messrs. Crawford 5: Heilig
h ive undoubtedly gt the largest and
uw at complete stock of Hardware ever
hrought to this place. There is nothing
nn their line they can not furnish.
Our Fair. We notice that the prc
ihira li.t will soon be ready for distribu
tion. We. have not exami icd it closely,
but understand that it is quite large, aud
the beauty of ft is, all the premiums offer
ed will certainly be paid.. It is to be
h 'pi d that all our good farmers in this
iseoiion will make arrangements to have
something at our Fair, as we have good
reasons for saying it will be the best by
far we have yet had.
We notice in several places limbs hang
ing fiom shade trees over the streets, par
tia'.ly obstructing passage and otherwise
presenting au unsightly and dangerous
obstacle to persons riding through the
streets. These limbs were split or broken
iby the sleets last winter, the ends were
afterwards chopped off, as high as a man
could reach standing on the ground, and
now thwy are liable to strike any one
riding In the face, putting out an eye or
inflicting other injury. We hope it is not
ttoo much to ask that they bo removed.
.' We would call the attention of qnr
readers, and especially thope who are in
terested in machinery, to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Pool Hunt, so widely
and favorably known as Engineers,
Founders Machinists. Ever determined
to be among tbe first iu the grand march
of improvement, and to keep pace with
marvelous advance of the age in science
and tuaehanics, this firn spare no expense
in perfecting the working capacity and
appliances m their splendid establishment.
Their new Pattern and Price Lists, with
an my valuable additions, are now ready
for distribution, and will be sent, post
paid, to those who make application for
them. They have also on hand an excep
tionally large and comprehensive list of
miscellaneous machinery patterns.
En tors Watchman : After sitting
H night the Senate, at seven o'clock this
mornings passed the so-called "civilrighis
Bill." The Radieal Senators had deter
mined in caucus to have a vote on it be
fore adjourning for the day, and the pa.
biotic Democrats and Conservatives to a
n f0ogh t against it alt night . As I sat
at my table writing , for I could not sleep
tsuch a time, it was impressive, as
bo a,fter hour rolled way until the
jnoruing begajr to dawn, to watch the
''got keep biasing on in the dome of the
maintained tbe contest and that tbe
great outrage was not yet completed- But
the fanatical majority carried their point
at last, and passed the measure. The
Capitol showing that our noble champions
real aud avowed parposwdf: itfjk to com
pel companionship between tbe people
and especially the children of tie two
races, so as to destroy, they enJk the pre
judices of race. It ought to be entitled
a Bill to destroy free schools in tbe South,
to bring about social intermingling of
whites and blacks, promote amalgamation,
and monerelize our people like that of
The Bill has yet to pass the House be
fore it becomes a law; -We 1 snail resist
s passage there by every available ex
pedient a ad to tha last extremity. There
will no doubt be some all night sessions
on it in the House. But the Radicals
can and probably will pass it before Coo
gress adjourns. County and town author
i lies in North Carolina who may be de
bating the subject of levying school tax
es will take note of this.
My main purpose in writing is to keg
the people to take a decided course in this
matter with all candidates for office who
ntay be before them, compel them to speak
out squarely and say if they are for or a
gainst this law without any dodging
every time they mount the stamp. Con
gress would not pass this Bill if the white
Radicals of the South would openly and
unitedly denounce it. It is the dough
deed manner in which the Southern Radi
cals deal with this question that is going
to cause the Bill to pass and they will be
responsible for it. -Let the Conservative
press continue to "cry aloud and spare
not," and make every Radical candidate,
little aud big, say how he stands on this
Bill. If it becomes a law it dooms tbe
children of the poor to grow up in ignor-
and or go to school with negroes. Is it
possible that any decent white mau in
North Carolina will hereafter vote with a
j- J , - S
party which docs such things ?
P. S. Since writing the above I learn
that an amendment was offered last night
that the Bill should not be so construed
as to compel mixing white and black
children in schools, and this amendment
was voted down. So there is no mistaking
the animus of the Ridical majority in the
matter, on the results of the Bill. Its
terms are perfectly plain, aud include
schools, hotels, churches, railroad cars,
steamboats, cemeteries, and everything.
It reaches from the cradle to the grave.
Ctood BSen for County Commit
tiontrs.--.We woe respectfully suggest to 1 U Lenoir, N. C
our county convention tbe following names
from among which a Board of county Com
missioners might be selected. We need
never be at a loss for suitable persons to fit!
the position as long as we . have such men
among us as Jas. McCubbins, J. K. Graham.
John Graham, John Bice. Calhey Rice,
John C. Miller. J. M. Harriac nJ J gtoai.
J. B. Parker. A. J. Mock, J. G Fleming.
E. Mauney . Tobias File Henry Barriuger,
Cal. Reed. Frank Barber. J. M. Steel. B. A.
Knox, S. R. Clark, J. A. Fisher. J. B. Gib
son, J. A. Hawkins. Chas. F. Baker. Jess-.
W. Miller. E. McNeely, Col. Houck, Chas.
H. McKenzie, Dr. Coleman, Dr. Shimpock.
Reuben Cress, J. M. Coleman, Thos. .
Brown. Dr. Sifford, Monroe Barger, An
drew Barger, John Earnheartv Thos. F.
Eamheart, Lewis AgOer, Dr. Rossman, J,
F. Freese, G. A. J. Seehler J. D. Johnson,
Ransom Jacobs, W. R. Fraley, E. A. Props t.
A. Peeler, John Verble, W . M. Kiucaid. Dr.
Chonn, George Lysrly, W. A. Lingle. Jesse,
Lyerly, John B. Beard, A. Pester, W. F
Watson, P. N. Heilig, B. F. Fraley, Sam'l
Linton Dr. Suminerell, R. J. Holmes, 8. S.
Trott, J. M.-Horah, P. P. Meroosy. E. II
Marsh, snd a host of others as good men as
any now in the Board whom we might
name. With such a list to select from, it
strikes us that there can be enough obtained
to fill die county Board and not he compelled
to take those of whom it is said that the couu
ty can't get along without. It is an insult to
the intelligence of the county to say that
the county government eant he run without
Messrs So & so are kept in th Board. If
the county affairs are half as badly muddled
as they are represented to be, we have had a
little uvu much of these born or Heaven
created rulers, so-called. If cor people will
post themselves upon tbe records of the
Poor House alone for the last few years.
they will find enough to make them repu
diate without hesitation these itnmaeulates.
We tell the people there is great need of a
change in the county Board. If ws were
not opposed to any one having a lease for
life on any particular office, we wonld still
urge a change in the county Board; and
there will be a change unless white men
help the negroes to vote in certain of the
present incumbents. This is the game now
Why are these men not willing to come
before the county convention and abide its
decision ? Becanse they know that their
conduct has been of that kind, the bet
ter class of people will not endorse : hence
they declare themselves independents, and
trust to the negroes and vagabonds to cover
up their misdeeds. Will the good people
allow them to do it
yB t rttv. iwn erv
FHfA CAROLINE FAUCETTE. wrfs of
E. W. Fauoette apd daughter of John and
Mary B. Dowlap.
At the residence of Richard Culbertson,
April, lath, Mr. John C. Towel, aged about 36
years. He died sf consumption, contracted or
developed while in Texas, whence he returned
to his native State and county aboot the 1st of
April, only surviving his return a few painful
dag. . r 1
The deceased was s very promising student
si Davidson College, which place he left sud
denly snd without apparent cause about
two years ago and went to Texas, where he en
gaged to teach school. His health soon failed
him. however, and he delayed his return home
to the latent poaible day as above indicated.
He had an imwraaeeon Us life, and we Warn
that this will secure any creditor he mar have
I I AYIOD COTTON I
CHOPPER A3D CDLT1TAT0B.
belle r onm than ever.
sod get the BERT. Jst the stove
if yon went one that mill outlaat any other, snd
that U made of all HEW IRO.V,and warranted
to give sal infection kt. Various styles, of cook
legatee at a small -prates.
ifwmTEMIIRt WUffitl fr .1,.
via aad laesawr. $160.00 In eat h r ial i
bend for sfeeals UbaVcivev foil
ZIEOLEB A EcCUEDV, Phihv
; SALISBURY MARKET.
00 UN new 98
BACON (county) 10 12 -hog round
POT ATOE8 Irish 90 a Sweet $1.00
EGGrU 12 to 15
CHICKENS $2.75 per dox.
LARD 12 a 15. :u
FEATHER? new, 50.
TALLOW 9 a 10
RYE a 90.
WHEAT $1.15 a $1.75.
DRIED FRU IT
Blackberries, 10 a 11.
Editors Watchman. Gbstlemes: In
yo jr last issue,- I find these words. (f the
Associate Editor, i presume.) with regnrd
to the receipts aud disbursements of the funds
of the Town, for the Municipal year, eudiug
May 4th. J 874 :
"Tlii Kep.u t. tho Lhw require t be made
GO TO TEXAS
LONE 8TAR ROUTE !
f International and G uk at Northern R R)
Snnrr Tro & Gprrca Wabjc made of the
EST Materia L, on hand or n
made to order
Merchants supplied at Low Pairn. Cash
paid for all kiudftot Copper, Brass eV. Aak for
Baows's Tin shop Main Street. Salwbarr, S.
C- L. V. Brown. I
I aa well fwcyaiea1 to eat good
for ssarking Toiaccu Fkmr Patent artide die.
Kf erj pemon doing anr kind of work or basi
neas should have a stencil to ad Teniae hi baai
nesa, as it is acknowledged to be the beat and
cheapest wav to let people know what rou are
Willi Planter Attach
PaaenKer8 going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Rook, or via Shreveport, strike thia line
atLongview, the Best Route in Palestine.
liearne, Waco, Austin, HunUville. Houston.
ualvaston and all points in Western, Central
Eastern and southern Texas.
Passongers via .New Orleans will find it the
Best Route to Trier, Mincola, Dallas. Overton.
Crockette, Long view and all points in Eastern
and northeastern lex as.
This line is well built, thoronshlv eauinned
with every modern improvement, includine
New and Elegant Day Conches, i'ullman Palace
Sleeping Cars, WestinghouHC Air Brakes, Mil
lers ratent Safety rlatlbrnis and Couplers ; nnd
nowhere else can the pasaenger )o completely
depend on a speedy, safe and comfortable jour
ney. The LONE STAR ROUTE has admirablv
answered the query : "How to go to Texas f
by the publication of an interesting and trath.
ful document, containing a valunttlu and correct
map, which can he obtained, free of charge hv
addressing the GENERALTICKET AGENT,
International anil Great Northern Railroad,
Call at the Book Store and get one of these
remarkable W sabers. The washing of an or
dinary family can be done before breakfast
than in any other way without the wear and
tear of clothes incident, to the old way.
A large family can save the price o a washer
in one year in clothes. A small family will
ave the price of it in hire ; without any extra,
by the clerk, for Some reasou or other, the
clerk has made no report. Sec. : thus throuirh
i i. advertence, not designed, charging me with ' helf the vajshind can be done on your own lot
an uu merited dereliciion of official duty. I I 52 hard d3r'8 work for your wife
deiiy the existeuce of any Law tu the charter i LiS)
or elsewhere, requiring said Report to be ; at tne Book Store all kinds of books can be
uiuun i', ,iir iitift. t nr uii it jtn" 'or- till- HilCl
iu y on the Treasurer. In See. 12 of the old
charter, is the only Law, prescribing the
clei'k's duty in the premises, "aud said Coin
iiibiouer4,shall cause a copy of said account,
(the Treasurer's,) for the year preeediug
every 1st day of December, to be made by
their clerk, aud posted in the Court House,
u Said Town, for 20 days next previous to
the 1st day of January iu each aud every
year" which accordingly (except as to time,
iiow changed,) has been done, . There is no
Law requiring publication in a Newspaper,
but it has been customary your kind-offer
to publish gratuitously Sec. will uot be suf
ficient authority, for me, as clerk of my own
matior. to furnish the desired Copy, I will do
so, with pleasure, .when authorized by the
Board, whose servant I am. P
T. O. HAUGHT0N, C. B. C.
Mr. Haughton is simply mistaken as,
I think, I shall be able to show in next
issue. He is not merely the servant of the
Board cither ; for both be and the Board
arc liable to indictment for failure to com
ply with the law in this particular. With
all due deffereuce to Mr. II., we will here
say, the charter has uot been changed
and it has not been complied with
Shiloh Grange mot and organised on the
15ih day of May, 1874.
Names of members as follows :
J V Fisher.
Da wait K I tuts,
T H Webb.
W S Brown,
P A Ritchey.
F M Houtshouser,
A L Peeler,
Micheal L Browm, Wm
. r EMAL.ES
Mrs T H Webb, Ceres
Miss Sarah Hart man, Pomona
Miss C R Brown, Flora
Mrs C C Lyeriy, Lady as. Steward
Mrs J W Fisher, Mrs D Klutts. Mrs A M
Lowder, Mrs S V Holshuusor, Mrs M M
Cauble, Mrs G Brown, Mrs P Kirk, Mrs Aj
L Peeler. Mrs S Kirk, Mrs W S Brown, Mrs
Wm C Dunham, Mrs Micheal L Brown.
OF EVERY SHADE, AND TINT,
ENVELOPES OF ALL STYLE.
No extra cbargn-for ordering books or
Music not nir hands. AM orders prompt -
y attended to Gall and get writing papei
at the Salisbury Book Store.
January 2 1 874 I v.
h2C; IBaaaaaiafw vCt -HalaHaVHaKVitBaiaHaVawBfli
The Commencement at Davidson will take
place on Thursday the 25th of June. The
roll of the graduating class contains nine
teen names. On the day preceeding Com
mencement, there win be interesting exer
cises : The Rev. M. D. Hook, D. D., of Rich
mond, Va,, will deliver the annual oration
On the afternoon of the same day the Hon
J. G. Ramsay, will deliver the address before
the Alumni. The reputation of these gen
tlemen will doubtless attract a Urge audi
ence upon that day. There will also be a
sermon before the graduating class on Sab
bath preceedmg, ana representative speeches
from the two literary societies on Wednes
And When we add that the Trustees will
then elect three Professors for the College,
it will be seen that this Commencement will
be one of the most important that has ever
been held since the establishment of David
j son College.
Notice to Debtors. '
All persons indebted to Kerns and Brother.
either by note or account, at the Li verly Stable
or Store, or for gpodn purchased at the auction
and not paid for. are hereby notified to p-iv up
at once. In my absence, nav to Mr. Thos. H.
Vanderford whose receipt will be good.
D.h. BRINGLE, Receiver
of Kerns & Brother.
May 28, 1874 3mos.
siring I Snmw
The Brown Cotton Gin.
The attention of planter and others is again
elled to the ahavc old nnd reliahle make of
Cotton (iih. They are furnished thise yoar
area ly improved, and nothing which exper
euee of thirty years in their manufacture cnld
suggest has been lelt undone to make tnem the
most reliable and perfect Oottou Gin iu market,
A. the result ofourefforts we need only refer te
their established reputation and wide-spread
popularity. For Pkbpkctiox op Workuaxsimp
.SraKSGTit, Durability. Light Ki nnin.. and
QUANTITY aud QUALITY of LINT PRODUCBD. we
challenge compctium. We are prepared to
warrant to any reasonable patent perfect ati
faction to every planter or operator. The Gins
are sold at the lowest possible price for god
machines, and on reasonable terms. Y7e invite
examination of the- samples in the hands of
onr local agents who will give all desired in
format ionand furnish applicants with circulars.
and commendatory letters from parties using
uie urns in an sections ni the cotton plantinc
country Cinularo. Price lints, and other
mformatinn, may be obtained of our agents or
TUK BROWN COTTON OIN CO..
New London, Conn.
Crawford and Heilig Agents Salis
bury N. C.
THE BECEST INVENTIONS of J. B.
UNOEBWOOD. of Kayetteville, N. C. Is
unquestionably the QBEATEST MM SA
VER of the AQE- wuu one MAN and one
HORSE it does the work offrom six to TWELVE
men and from TWf to FOUR horses. It
CHOPS and BARS both sides, WEI ft and
DIRTS tbe cotton at one operation. After
which it is converted into s most excellent
CULTIVATOR. r use between the rows
throughout the season. kTbis machine has been
tested upon a growing crop, and proved a
thorough, practical SUC&CSS- II I"1 lkc
highest TESTIMONIALS from our beat cotton
planters. It will soon become as indispensable
to the Cotton Planter as the Cotton Gin or
Pre. It has taken the grand sweep-stakes
prize, the GOLD MEDAL al the Georgia Bute
Fair, as the latest and most valuable improve
ment in Agriculture Implements, and the trst
premium wherever it has been exhibled. Active
and reliable AGENTS ARE WANTED in every
town and county, to whom a liberal discount
will be made. Applications for Agencies should
be made without delay. Retail price of Machine
without attachments 35 and freight. A most
excellent COTTON PLANTER snd QUANO
DISTRIBUTER has been added to tbe machine.
The bei4 most reliable in use, Price $15,00
For circulars and farther information, addreas
CRAWFORD & HEILUi,
Itlaiu Street, SAlibur , . C.
Where Great Bargains can also be had in the
best Champion Mower and Reaper. They hare
one car load of Mowers and Reaper fur sale :
Light, $120 ; Combined Mower and Reaper
JftZZU, delivered at Salisbury. c warrant
i hem to give perfect ftatinfaction or money refunded.
If you want Brown' Cottut Gin, come to
Ccawlord and Hei:ig'. We fnrnih them With
or without aelf feeder. If yon want Telegraph
Straw l intern, come to
Crawford & Hcilig's.
; If vou want Steel Plows FsirbanU' Scales,
! Field and Garden Hoe, come to
Crawford & Hcilig's.
Owe mark with stencil mar get a customer,
for yon, that will put Histrki o Doll a as
in your hand. Try it and ;ou will get a cus
tomer yon never thought of.
MYJKMJES ARE UtW, AS FOLLOWS,
One-fourth inch letter 5 cents per letter
One half and five-eight 6 " - "
Three-fonrth ft One iscb leUers 7 -
They may be ent to any part of the U. &
by mall at a mall cost.
Send in vonr orderwatating ite of letters you
, and the Slaoeil will b bmim neaily cut
atrset Saliahaij, Jf. C
: 1. V. BROWN,
April 23, 1874 tf. ;
SONGS of Grace & Glory
Taw very heat fl iaj Oil WaW Book.
Bp W. F. KHEItWIN awdB. J.tWlL, 160
PagssSptesdid Hvmna, Cheacs Msjajfc, Tinted
Paper, Swperi. r Kinding. Price ra ard 2Sc
$jwt 100. A Specsaaen Gmt SsiWpsr Cov
er asailsd (as aooa as iassi,) nT Irsaispi of
Twenty-five Cent. t90rdra filawS t Inrw.
READY MAY let. HORACE WATERS
A SON, '
481 Broadway, New York. w
.4 jt Mr
Coughs. Colds Horseness.
BTo all '
Wells' Carboiic TaMets.
BLl' It B0aT59.
PUT CP ONLY IM
Stawer, Wheeler A
U rover 4 Baker Cc
VZdO.oon, .f mm Owl (& L'aiMST StKm km
favor of the FLORANCE, waiah sjstw has
urosefi tin Mtmoptj mf uifk
Teachtr. StudenU Clergymen, Postmaatera,
and wide awake Yopag Men, and Men sad
Women of all claaaes : -
You can earilv earn a firat-clsaa Sewing Ma
chine ;or Bvok sufficient to Mock a Library: or
ome valuable Pictures to beautify your homes ;
or a nice Stereoscope or s good Time Keeper
(Clock or Watch) : or a Music Box ; or s Gold
Pen; or a IMiotograpliicAlbum; or a Stand Kero
sene Lamp for your Parlor ; or a Fins Accor
deon ; or Webster's illiMrated Quarto Diction
ary ; or Roger's World Renowned Statuary
Group; or a Fine Vfclin ; or a Remington
Rifle Cane: or a Remington Double Barrel
Breach Loading Shot Gfjnj oi a Cabinet Organ
worth $140 ; by simply working ap rear an
occupied time in a wav explained in the ciaco
lars the M. H. P. Co. 'iVriectlv legiiimale ms
pectablc ; wiarv would say philanthropic Ad
drew M. H. CO., 129 East 28th St., New York.
April 23 18743 mo.
IU ONLY wMcaame IS
sr ts radht awa toft. Tk
Sold for Caah Onlv
Terma to CLUBS and DEALERS,
Medical Anthswitasaaf 1
Tonic, Pswiier amd Distatis-
It arrssts decay of viul force, iisaaaajiia e
the iosaaystem retoTigor la the awbili-
nbalrnctions aad acts dirertlr on the Lirer and
8pleen. Print $1 a bottl; JOHN (-V JCEL-
1AXK, 18 Plait St N. Y. , 4w.
500 SACKS p. A. SALT
100 do M xsh ill's Fine do
100 Bbls. Mlassers.
Iu Store in prime raider and for Sale by
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from
the etlect of Errors and A boar in early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments to Marriage
removed. jSew method of treatment. ewand
remarkable remedies. IVtok and Circular sent
free, in sealed envelopes. Addre, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2Sbuth Ninth St Phila
delphia, Pa. an Institution having a high re
putation for honorable conduct and profession
Oct. 30. 1872. ly. J
Agent! If yoa wamt to make mm? sail
7V torsest tamo fir won. wrr. fatbos.
The peaple yearn for k. k w42 a
m bbow it to a man and he i
It la sure ererv time. Don't kotker miik U
faaWt miW. U Humor it the thin
that takes. Aosarra wasted ETnTwHtr.
Send for circular sad j:xua t hm. to To-Sa n
Pub. CkK, PailaddpMa, Kw Yark, Boatssk or
Aug proncriie. la
A Splendid New Stock
Special Inducements to cash purchaser. The
undersigned are now receiving their Urge and
varied aasortment of Spring and Summer Goods
which they purchased after tbe great decline in
the New York market, and they can, therefore
sell a better article cheaper there than can be
bought elsewhere far the same money.
Their stock embraces a full and elegant aa
sortment of staple and fancy goods, a complete
stock of groceries, Boots, Shoes, hats, clothing,
and in fact every thing belonging to their line.
Having bought the present stock on most
favorable terms, they are enabled to offer special
inducements to cash purchasers.
Give us s call and be convinced.
McVEELY & WALTON.
If ay 28, 1874 Imos,
If you want Glass, Nsils, Putty, Locks,
Hinges, Screws; come to
Crawford & Heilig's.
If von want Carpenter's Tool. Bellow.
Anvil Is, Vices, Iron A Steel, come to
Crawford & Heilig's.
If you want Alarm Monev Draws. Herrines
Fire Proof Safes, com to
Massey's Poultry Bswder cures sad pre
vents it, Cores snd prevents Gspes in young
Chickens, Fattens for market in a remarkably
snort time, Turkey, Geese, Dock-s and chicken's
snd makes them lay better. Price 25 cent.,
only at, mu1V;S l
Spring Stock 1874.
125 Bags "Old Tick" Coffee,
75 Bbls Sugars,
50 Boxes Assorted Candj,
35 Packages No. 1 Mackerel,
15,000 lbs Bacou,
2,000 lbs Best Sugnr Cored Hsros,
3,000 lbs Refined Lard,
500 lbs Sugar cured Beef,
25 Doz. Brandy Peaches,
25 " Lemon Syrup,
50 Boxes Candles,
10 Kegs Soda,
100 Dox Oysters,
30 000 Cigars,
150 Beams Wrapping Paper,
30 Dos painted Pails,
100 sacks Ground Alum Salt,
50 " Deaken'e Fine "
A large stock of Boots, Shoes. 6e Hats,
(very cheap) Hardware. Saddles, Sc Harness,
Tanuers, Kerusine, Se Machine Oils. We
are also agenta for the celebrated Alsdin
Security Oil, warranted to stand a fire test
of one hundred 5c fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
Sc therefore perfectly safe 6t very little high
er than Kerusine.
We also have a full stock of Lienors, sneb
as Foster, DoHn. Sc Bsiley, Whiskey Ruin,
Gin, Ginger Sc Blaekberry Brand v. Porte,
Mederia, Sherry, Ac malaga Wine's, Alss.
The above stock is offered at Wholesale
f Retail, at .the asry lowest figures.
BINGHAM Sc CO.
May 14, 1874 tf.
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Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for sale her
Crawford & Hciligs.
Ifyou want Table Oil Cloths, Clothes Bank
ets, Brass Kettles, Knives A Forks, Feeder,
nraas a no iron, com to
Crawford and Heilig's.
Blacimer and Hemtan,
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 1874 tf.
If yon want to build a Carriage, Baggy, or
waggon, come io
Crawford and Heilig's.
If yon want a VJ'eaU'n chouse A Co. or Wheeler
& Melich Threshing MicKid, one Horse Pow
er, down or mounted, come lo
Crawford and IJeilig's.
If yon want to build Rail Roads, come to
Crawford A Heilig's and boy Picks, Axes.
Ste!, Iron, Hammer ; Fuse, Trace Chain,
Flora Shoes, Morse Shoe tfaila, A mas Shovels,
If yon want Steel Winded Shovels. Bo1
longues or iroa o novels, come to
Are joe Going toTaint !
Brih, RUDY MIXED PAISTl H 1
or, in small enus to m purchasers. Fvery
roan can he hi own painter. For sale cheap
K LUTTJCSS DRUG STORH
Marcli 19, 1874 tf.
.and Sew in Machine
OP ALL KINDS, ALSO KEEDLGS, OIL A
THREAD, ALSO A LOT OF
Legal and Fls ap
of Different qualities, atari, several styles of
PACKET, COM MERCI A L, FRENCH AND
MOURNING NOTE. ,
Paper and various styles and sixes of
I nk Peats Pcnrile
also a large lot off Morjfan'i
Stereoscopic Views of the
JlcsoLr SI ued
1 r- .. t.i in
lort-rrir-r trma!'- il cticrocl
KCI 1.3TOVT.7, i.
Icurroet bk i r.tl r ireu v-'.icS are all
i ai i-.:uv,.-j Ol an t ..jU i
- - i i . . . . .
nose r -. lcoi ,-.MBricz'.-rthinht
Itar-i Hetae Ir : 'mzI be a!!?
lms on! v in: . u. x.t .i . i U Cai J raeaH
Kmc C3TI do jm r- tt a-jtiiie l i
oi pas -arc z : ci-jcr k - v.'jbca i
icxirt wn i-)ni T-.ic.iui c:rpi
that Cm prvjicicior ri -i ftOv Mol
ward for a ca-e ct"i.ui i iaas- nrl
The undersigned hsr ing duly qualified astas
Adminisrralors with the will annexed of Joha
I. Misrer, deeeaaad, bereby notiff all psmssMfsv
debted to said estate to ssaks payment, aad
those having claims against said estate art Doti
fied to present them to lbs saaWaned on or
before the 2nd dsy of September, 1874, at lass
notice will be plead in bar of their cecorarr.
September 2nd, 1873.
HENRY A. LKMTT,
El J WIN SHAVER,
Crawford and Heilig's
RAILROAD PROPERTY for Salt
1 USUANT to a Decree of tbe Oreak
I Coart oi the Unkcd Stales, far tbs WssSaas
ik r n 01 .innn v .muni n i tm mi -
1874, at Oreensboro, im fwoneediag tbsa aa4
here pending; in Kquiir to fare dos a.
mortage roeniioncd in the piesdioar beti
Henry flew. Hiram Sibley and
The Western North Csrolina Rail R md Ca
Rofu. Y. l.Adea:
first National Bank of Uavlo ta, J oka
Tod R. Caldwell,
Rutherford, Hiram Keller. Tk
Orsenlee, Jsme (ireesiUe, Msrr (
t s. sk i .
11. JUwu, A. U. WU
Walker snd others.
br th Court ai tbe said April
wtl sell at the Court Hssjas door ia tk Ckry
nlUnnrir, the ISih atey t
Our rariety is too esteaaiTs to mention. If
too wsnt to boy any thing like Hard vara, we
invite yon to come to
Crawford and Heilig's
FIRST CUM STORE ON MAIN STREET
Yost-mit e sad ether noted places which
are trulj magnificent.
also a stock of superior
Which will bs sold low kt Soger flowing
Machine Store on South side main Street, near
the Public Square.
JOHN W. MAUNEY,
Attorney at Law,
SALISBURY ft. C.
Special Attention gireu to Collections.
Oficc in Court House,
atareli 5, 1S74. ly.
Grand Gift Concert
TWESTT.ItlCaT TflorSUD THICK US
MKU KM) FIFTY HOLLARS
IN VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AM
CASH, TO BE DISTKIBL'TED ZO. THE
TICKET HOLDDRS AT THE GfiAJU)
OIFTCOXCERT.TOBE HEI.D AT LONG
KINSTON N. S. SATURDAY I01Y iWt
The drawing will oestsjaly take place wheth
er all the tickets are sold or a4
SALISBURY N. C.
We guarantee onr Prices as low aad goods
ss ckeap a- any business house in tbeland
ELEVEN TICKET, 100.
Tickets at the office of Joki Alien Brown,
where further information msr be bad oa
at Public Auction, to tke bighoat kidaW, a
tbe frsnefciaas, road-beds, rolling stock asm fwam.
erty of erery kind, astare aad imnljilki ks
iongm w int ssia ihi WSJIIIM
Cabousa Rail Roai ConrAinr,
and described ia tbe said Decree.
Tbs purchasers will be required to dsy is
tke Commissi oa en Td TiiotsAsn boo
lass nr Cash oa lbs day f sale, and will bs
girssi credit for tke balance o tks pswekaas
moaey the Cth day of Joly, 1 874, tbe first rule
day of said Court, at Urecat bora, N. Q,msjBj
enduing after tks day of sale.
Tkose wbo purchased st said sals asm Idas'
lkw k knMM rJ ika - I
oiungaac vmii'jnra in ine safes
retain their shares of the !"ieba
ceptas to the ss id sum of $1 6,00,00 br
ing to the Lommlmioncrs aa equal smoaMsf
Tke said Commissioners are snlknalaad. sa
sooo aa tbs said sals shall bs rosjfii miA by tke
Court, to gire immediate possesion of tbe id
Railroad, iUnoperty and eftects of erery kinft
snd description ; and all peraans vbo mar ka
io possession of tke mid Railtoad or any of in
property are commaadad to surraodar rasas
to the Durchaser upon tke fwodaatsan of tke
Cofr.rauMonerK deed to I hem.
This Road, when iu conoscxioaa anaTl be
completad, will form one of tke sanst laroa
tavt TnoaoucarABjBS is tks antfia nil is.
imnn iu oi lie, oi wnica 110 Ttilm is mm
McDowell canary, st tke i t
ttlne Ridge ; and the greater part of tW r.
saajmoer of tbe- road w rradad, or nearly as.
c , ,. -".rTjj asm
For any further io (brasstioa. addram
as & i -
Iailbmnro, K. C.
THOMAS R KEOOH,
Apiil SO. 1874.
i ' - ... -
North or South.
May 14, li74tf.
1 March 5, 1871-Imos.