St Mary'B School 8ee advertise
Bent of St. Mary'B School, Raleigh N. 0
Water-melons are becoming quite plen
: our market. Prices are rather
A riNE MONUMEHT. word, but who can plot and plan their neigh-
hor'8 rnin, and carry more hidden bile and
a , . , . . conealed weapons that Byron ever spit out
A very fit tmd creditable monument has . . nr -J,.
just been erected over the grave of the late and above board, on the spur of the moment.
Governor Ellis, whose remains rest in Oak at the wan that offended him. A plague on
Grove Cemetery, in this place. With the n cur-dogs, that yelp and fuss over dead
exceptionofAepdwMchisofgramte, There has been a dreadful whining of late
the mounument is of fine marble, very nice- aDoot tne rapidly advancing strides of iufi-
ly polished. It is about 10 or 11 feet high, delity ; and scientific men have been blamed
surmounted With a cross ; and stands side wth undermining the church. Not a bit of
Vr aiAa iifli n Dimnla alto A Q y O Vif l.w.li
1 danger dont be scared, Sir Saints you
JL u w.fr f"ghtened into hystenesby Byron, and
j . -5" all U19 "wicked" poets. They have not
the memory of his wife, Mary White, I hurt anything half as much as your own
daughter of the Hon. Pmxo aad Nancy R. want of charity and common sense. There
White. Beatttiful and lovely in their youth, Wl" always be plenty of Keligion and 1 rutn,
Thomas Gladden killed Calvin Rippy, monuments, handsome and tasteful J"1 " c,h M there bM
x. n i . a j mi.tte , " r: . r , . JDarwm cau't hurt the average conscience
r Shelby, N. G., last buuday. Ihey though they, be, but poorly commenorate and sensibility of the world there must al
kali botU been drinking. the persons and the lives of those whom ways be skeptics iu Germany and the disease
- . t .M m I "
. . I i n whn.m v v a rrtrnn .
Weregreiio.earUvu.oU..- inscription on Gov. Ellis' Monument.
. i, quite ill. liets sntlenngweDeueve
- i II' a a a a him I
with typhoid icver. c nop u memoration of the Life and Public Services
oat soon. of Joint W. Elms, who was bom in Rowan
The steamer R. E. Lee was destroyed, County,. N. C., Nov. 23, 1820, and died July
while lying at her wharf, Wilmington, N. 7th, 1861.
C last Friday morning. She was valued " -a: jsrectea as an
. 'aq aaa f..r M 000. affectionate memento of the many virtues,
ai so.wv. and noble attributes, of the late Gov. Jorra
David Martin, tne mu w..uu w Elli8: By Mr. and Mrs. Pnao White,
Wilmington, N . U.Jtn unoer senuc ui othc relatives, 1874.
. M J f Kul,. Willi., flop. .1 , A. : 1 n o
death tor ine muruer ui umw tn rw tj sine jraneb: uov. isllis was
ter hat made his escape. , educated at the University of North Caroli-
a j Rphnol Celebration. na and adopted the Profession of the Law
DUJJAAijr . ,
England and America. Do
good deeds and live pure lives. Dont be al
ways nacicinp away (like Don Quixote,) at
some wind-mill. Ficht the rood ficht of
r aitu nave an encouraging ward in place
of snarls for the man of Genius," and he will
generally be your ally instead of your im
E. P. H.
George W. Thoraason was horned the 6tb
October. 1813, and departed this life July
iota Jo74 ; aged w years v months and 10
CORN new $100
COTTON 11 a 15
FLOUR $.4 00 a 460
BACON (county) 10 12-hog round
POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet fl.OO
EGGS 10 to 12
CHICKENS $2.00 per do.
L.AKD 12 a 15.
FEATHERC new, 50.
TALLOW 9 a 10
RYE a 100.
WHEAT-$1.I5 a $1 75.
Blackberries, 8 cts.
CHOPPER AND CULTTYATOB,
The Chicago Iribune says that it is
strange that ail the scandals about the
fraudulent safexrobbery in Washington
and Ciiiet Detective Whitley have not
suggested expediency of abolishing the
becret Service altogether
Harper's Weclilu shows sijrns of fear that the
I T.,.-. . 1T . A 1 A -. it
, ..i.i.tu tt . . . ""n-.uuc rany wm aweepinecouiury in u.e
Thsrr w 11 ba a Sunday ncnooi cwcira- , ' J 1 ncxi rresiucntiaieiecnou. All the indications
.uiir riniirh ouTucHuaV 28th I mmpiwi , muc jenrso wowvurauieior us. inose lnaivmuaic Wfin
tion at l ii) aura uuic Jud of Su rior Conrta . twice elected are ?in8 Ter to 1116 Republicans, at this late
inat The children urc L'fi't'i" nvi- I, , . . . . nay, commit a irrand mistake. Th rats who
7 uoyernor, ana meruit tne age ot 41 years, flec from 8inking shir 8 may teach tncm wil4.
wnne vet in omee as .Executive ot the state, uom.
'wj 1 T Vi lini r i tli Ira urn I T il skll ji I
a V v.. " iu iuwi, ,.Cu auu 1CBp;8iU.C pusiuuus, A n 0T.l0nna U.
from tne canvass in uw UUD UI P"vw uw, ue uw Uonti, the great astronomer, died from
trict. This leaves the field between David played a high order of talent, of moral excitement cousequeut upon discovering
1.1. n.i" i i i a . t m . i . . w
Schenck, Epq ,ai:d Judge Logan, Mr. worm, ana oi pamouc aerouon 10 me Dest mat the earth is approaching the Ban so
mierubc or nis native otaie
On the reverse Panel
the just is blessed."
With Planter Attachment.
"The memory of
Schiock will heat, Logau it is believed,
out of his boots.
Thoa. J. Wilson, liisq., our
candidate ior judge in uns oisincr, m me Tontlae Savinesl Fund Policv-
city on yestf rday. The prospect for his J Persona intending to assure their lives will find
rapidly that in ten years it wiil be drawn
into the sun and shriveled up. The para
graph ist theu. adds the decidedly Ameri
can comment : "This will be discourag
ing news to the Iusufance Compauiea."
election is fiiie.
The conservative canidates r.'-open ths
canvass a new to-day, at Bostain's cross
Chief Justice Pearson has almost en
tirely recovered from his late severe at
tack of sickness, and will resume his law
school at the usual time.
Bitten by Spicier. A colored
woman, living on the farm of W. R. Fra
ley, was bitten a feW days ago by a spi
der. Mr. Fraley administered whisky,
Anotlior Church Scandal.
A (Jcrgyman Cliarged with Crime.
it to their advantage to examine this new plan
with care. Documents, giving full particulars of
the rulesof theCompany with regard to the issue
of the above Savings Funds
tables of rales, and other interesting matter, arrest oi Rev. John S. Gleudeuing pastor
may be obtained by amplication to. ot a resbytenan church in that city,
J. ALLEN BROWN.
Considerable excitement was created in
policy, extended Jersey Uity, JN. d , on 1 hursday, by the
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This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
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New and Elegant Day Coaches, Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cans Vestinghoue Air Brakes, Mil
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nC?rhe LONE STAR ROUTE has admirably
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by the publication of an interesting and truth,
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International and Great Northern Railroad
TBE RECENT INVENTIONS of J. B.
JL UNDERWOOD, of FavettevHle, N. O. is
unquestionably the GREATEST LABOR SA
VER of the AGE- With ONE MAN "d QUE
HORSE it does the workof from six to TWELVE
men and from TWO to FOUR horse. It
CHOPS and BARS both sides, WEEDS nd
DIRTS the cotton at one operation. After
which it is converted into a most excellent
CULTIVATOR for sse between the rows
throughout the season. This machine has been
tested upon a growing crop, and proved a
thorough, practical SUCCESS- R bears the
highest TESTIMONIALS our best cotton
planters. It will soon become as indispensable
to the Cotton Planter as the Cotton Gin or
ress. It has taken the grand swecp-s'ukes
prize, the GOLD MEDAL at the Georgia State
Salisbury, N. C.
Mt. Vernon, N. C
July 6th, 1874.
Dear Watchman: Literary occupations
have often saved men of genius from insani-
ruiu and death. It was mental occupa-
cbai ged on the oath of Miss May E. Pom
eroy, 25 years of age, the organist of his
church, with being the father of her unborn
child. It is said that Miss Pomerov is a
woman of extraordinary beauty, and that
her intimacy with Mr. Gler.denhig com
menced about two years ago. That dur
ing all this time the lady has been the
recipient of numerous gifts of afioclion
tinlltlii PTArcUfl (if thmiorVlf mi.r tl..i l. ,1.
uivi iuc uuua if . i 1 t .
civiue her a pint at first without producing aud pen that enabled Milton to endure his Lm ra? uica, ana that an engagement
w - 111' 1 1 1 V 1.1 . tfl Aft-lfl T 1 1 r turn hi.-, ..n i . . . h
D inuness: uuuvan. rtaiein anil iianto iivuvu, uuu o uium ,i iui
when he sent off and
. -iT - l
VW their prisons! Socrates, his scolding Han- unexplained reason. After the arrest of
procured a quart. I his she drank pretty tjppe aU(i his blood-thirsty enemies, and By- the accused he was taken to the residence
well up, without its producing druntnessl run nis capiious criucs anu iuut slauderers- ot Miss Pomeroy, when he was requested
she vomited a little afterwards, but suffer- fl 8vea oir J. r ocou irom monomania to marry her. To this he made a direct
... Ik2 : .wkL f..i .k. rAaritoi 8s'od, Cowr; Gra'v' refusal. Mr. Gltndening in his examina
i-u iiu viiim i-ii ii.iiv.Vf vnuu uu uv i vxoiucuiH auu uu owiinroin connuement i. c i
lite or whitky. I ia tne mad house. Yet there are a few sol-
. 1 itnrv .xp.cnt.mTiR tit this rnl. to lui em-n n a
National Hotel Raleigh, N. C. to every other of men like Pollok and Snel-
1 . Jl! 1 m ...
-We are glad to sec that the arrivals at ?WDO excessively anu imprudently studied
u.i i i j ,1 t i -i ' aud wrote themselves into fatal diseases.
this hotel, as published in the Raleigh pa- 0 . . f .
pers, often outnumber those of the Yar 1 braiu-toil has conferred health aud strength
the most lasting and enviable, aud been a
charge of UTOC"' fF" afiuu" uume-
v o v nn4 Rinl mortal (svils.
So much, then, for literary occupations as
a BaviBg influence as a refuge from the
borough House. This is as we expected
when Col. G. S. Browu took charge of
the National. We think he is the best
hotel manager and feeder iu the State;
and, although the Yai borough House is a
fit at clada hotel and its proprietor a clever
gentleman and good bote Rut, we are not
surprised at the preference so often ex
pressed by the public for tbe National.
North Carolina Abroad. It is
gratifying to note .the high stand that
North Carolina boys take abioad. Wheth
er as farmers, teachers, orators, or what
not, they always deport themselves with
becoming dignity, and show themselves
the equals of those of any other section or
We notice that Prof. J. N. H. Hummer
til, A. 1)., is lecturing with success iu Tex
as ; that Frank Brown is making speech
ca to the Grangers in Mississippi, and
Frank B. Craige, is raising cotton, corn,
and fine stock with marked success in
Kast Tennessee. Wherever they go or
are, they generally make their mark Hur
rail for North Carolina, aud iu this iu
stance for Salisbury.
A friend has scut us one of Billy Hen
derson's cards addressed to the people of
his Corgressioual District.
Among other certificates of his good
character he published a circular address
ed to whom it may concern, and dated
Salisbury, N. p., May 20th, 1873. This
circular sets foUh that Billy made an ex
emplary Revenue officer ; that the govern
ment in pailiug with him parts with one
of its ,'. men, and says, "we consider
him in every respect worthy of filling any
position he may ask, &c, fcc." This cir
cufur is sigued -by 17 citizens of Salis
bury. Whether they read it before sign
ing ia the question. We do not believe
that all did read before they signed, if
indeed, they signed at all.
Announcements. David L. Bi in
gle announces himself a candidate for the
ofip f Sheriff. David is a right clever
ftllo aad he says he would do the sher
iff business jam up, and uot charge mnch
fr Hither, but then Charley Waggoner
in flic held as the nominee of the party,
nd if lire party means to stand by its own
tion before the magistrate accused Miss
Pomeroy with having baen intimate with
six male members of his congregation.
The accused was held to bail in the eum
of Si, 000 to await, further examination.
Fast Time. The Charlotte Observer
says of the recent visit of Dr E. Burke
Haywood, of Raleigh, to Hillsboro to at
tend upon jSov. Caldwell :
"The fastest time ever made on the
North Carolina Railroad for the distance
In the Centre of busines? on Main Stree
SALISBURY, N. 0.
I most rcjtpcdiiJfy inform On public & old
Quests, that I uive
THOROUGHLY REMODDLKD THE " NATIONAL
FOR THE SUMMER SEASON 1
R00XS AND WELL VENTILATED
t supplied vi'h evervthiiui this & other market
I nis Aioase nas pined a reputation sccom
to none in the Country, and tbo Proprietress
will keep it up IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
Polite and experienced Scrrnnl in attendttocc.
MRS. DR. REEVES.
June 11, 1S74 tf.
pains aud penalties of social temptations, was made by a special train on Saturday
oppressions aiid disorders, If, in addition, morning, carrying Dr. E. Burke Hay wood
we snumu uuiienaae to uuiaiugue mo oenejtts from Raleigh to llillsbero, to see Governor
which literature and science have so prodig- Caldwell. The distance is 42 miles:
II 1 I i A I T A "
any wuhmn "F vuir-s nua upon ikiIv RUfe wna ltlo mnA
j ., ......
rnnning the Giles Mebane."
the world, space would uot permit the mere
tnuntinn nf thp half that. nnnM hu ,.;t,
. . v . - " " VUCU I. , ... . . -
volumes would not hold it it would never Ume "e Pullod out ot the switch at Raleigh,
be completed till the judgment. Elevatiou wntrI he Puiled up at Hillsboro was 55
;om the lowest grounds of poverty aud oh- minutes, aud this included one stoppage
scurity to the most dazzling pinnacles of fame wf 5 minutes for wood. The actual time
and the most comfortable strong-holds of then consumed in running was 48 minutes
opulence andjindependence has been thefre- for the 42 miles, or nine tenths ot a mile
a minute, and this, too, over some of th
most crooked track on the road, and when
the engine was pulling but one coach, o
which Dr. Haywood was the sole oc
queut reward of the distinguished author and
his heirs the amount ot enlightenment and
education their labors yield to the world,
through continuous centuries and milleuials,
is simply incalculable. All that we intellec
tually have and are all that designates us cupaut. Jxews.
cs an enlighteued people all thatconstitutes ,r,. .4-- '..
our superior rank, aud separates us from the " ouum inruuua curresponueni o
savage we owe to the literary men, the ine iew iolK -limes, a ttauieal paper
scholars and savan3 of this and former ages, speaking ot the white element ot tbe n
The influence of bhakespeare, for instance, groe party in South Caroliua, writes as
is indirectly but powerfully felt by those who follows :
and better one than ever.
Come now and vet the BEST. Get tkm am
if you want one that will out) any other, and
that w made of all NEW IRON, and warranted
to five aatisfaetion Ac. Varicm uU, ot cook
ing stoves ai a f mall profit.
BiiketTkoxA CoTfrwt W a KK made of the
best Material, on hind or made to order.
Merchant aapplied.at Low Price. Cash
PAID fur all kind of Cfrppcr, Kraaa Ac. Atk ior
Brows's Tin ahop Main Street Saliabuxy, N.
C- L. V. Brown.
1 am well prepared to cut good
for marking Tobacco, Nour Patent articles Ac.
Every pemon doing any kind of work or busi
ness should have a stencil to ad Ten ine his best
new, as it is scknowleised to be the best and
cheapest way to let people know what you arc
One mark with stencil may gat a customer,
for you, that will put liirxuREi of Dullabs
in your hands'. Try itj and you will get a cus
tomer yon never thought of.
MYPUICES AKELOW, A8 FOLLOW8,
One-fourth inch k tter o cents pcrleltcs
One half snd five-eights 6 J u "
Three-foarth A One inh letters 7
They may be sent tof any part of the U. S.
by mail at a small cost
Bend in your orders fating size of letters yon
prefer, and the Su-neil will b made neatly cot
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street SaJisburv, N. C.
L. V. BEOWN,
April 23, 1874 tf. I
We arc A rents for the safe of
TION A L FKEl) tX'TTER" and take
in oUerin it io the pnbhc an UM Very
awe. It cuts rspidlr. is cast to tawRbis
ly built in every part, and not likely to get
of repair. Osll and examine far yweB
and be convinced. We are also AeraU for
celebrated - WATT FLOW and keep an as-
April 23, 1873 tf.
The undersigned having dnly qualified as the
Administrator with the will annexed of J asm
I . hbaver, d- ased. trehy notify all
aemco io ssju csuu i rr.-k
Teachers, StudenU Clergrnien, Pest masters,
and wide awake Young Men, and Men and
Wmen of all classes : '
, You can easilv earn a first-cla Scwinc Ma
chine ;or Book sufBcfcutto stock a Library: or
some valuable PL-lures' to beautifv ronr homes :
..: a. J '
ur a iiicv oitrtu?ctia ; or a gooa nine rvecper
tlocE or atch) ; or t Music Box ; or a Uold
Fen ; or a Photographic Album: or a Stand Kero
sene Lanin for your Parlor ; or a Fine Accor
those hsving cbiuis ajralnst said tlJte art
fied to presti.t thcni io the undrsip.ed tfl or
before the 2nd day uf SepUinl or tab
notice will be piean In hnr of their recovery.
September 2nd, 1 873. . Um
HKNKli A Lr.MLlUr
EDWIN c UAVKU
Fair, as the latest and most valuable improve- deon . or VebsterV ilf istrated Quarto Diction
ment in Agriculture Implements, and the first ary ; or Roger's World Renowned Statuary
premium wherever it has been ezhibted. Active Oroupa; or a Fine Violiu ; or a Remington
All person indebted to he mbscriber either
individually or a Afent for others for borrow
ed money, and kume inter m Wee, are. hereby
noli fied that lunger tnduigr:;ce cannot be giv
en parties in it-rested wiil then fore phase call
on S. W. Cole or J. P. Ilcudcnon and settle
their interest A save coat. .
July 9, lS744ti-pd.
TTaryTh arp COLLEGE.
BsUh!iLid in Thin old aad cebveAe4
Femaleseitfhool i ritoatod in the frororUailj
hcnlthv toun of Winchester, c n a beach of
Camberlund Mountains, Ttunesee. Comastav
ces its annu-tl m ina often mtmth tm tb
FIRST MOXPAT in SiliTKMlttR. 8tiU
under it-fir?:tflndnlv Ireid-nt, Z. C. Gaarcs.
L.l). For thoroughness a:d tliranness of
education. rn,t ti -lieu br anr chc Tin the
bomb. te!id for Cuuhnrue conUicinc ail ca-
fteutial puna -.ie.ru.
4w. C. S. WALMI.KT.
and reliable AGEMTS ARE WANTED in every
town and county, to whom a liberal discount
will be made. Applications for Agencie should
be made without delay. Retail price of Machine
without attachments $35 and freight. A
excellent COTTON PLANTER and GUANO
DISTRIBUTER has been added to the machine.
The best most reliable in nse, Price $15.00
Rifle Cane ; or a Riuinzton Dcnble Barrel
Breach Loading Shot (iun ; oi a Cabinet Organ
worth $140 : by ainiprv workina no vour un
occupied time in a wity explained in the circu
lars the M. II. P. iW Perfectly lceitimate res-
nmt pcctable ; many would My philsnlhrcplc. Ad
' .Tl drew M. II. CO., 123; iiast 28:h Su, New York.
April Zo 1374 lios.
For circulars and further information, add
CRAWFORD & HEILIG,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIA8E.
Sappr Relief for Xonncr ZVIcn from
the electa of Knur and Ab:c in early life.
Manhood Rcston-tl. - Impediments to Marriairt
removed. Nw method of treatment. New and
remarkable remediea. Books and Circulars sent
free, in scale. 1 tnvelepes. Addre, HOWARD
AHSUUlATlUn, 42!outh Ninth KL, Phila
delphia, Pa. an Iijstitution haying a lihrh re
Dotation lor honorable conduct and proleaeton
main Street, Salisbury, If. . Oct. 30. i873.-yiy.
North Carolina Colte.
Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus to-. N- C-
This Institution is pleasantly situated in one
of the healthiest portions of the State. The
next scholastic veur will hecm Auiniat 3rd,
1874. Expenses for half session, 20 weeks, as
Collegiate Department, $90.00
Academic from $75.00 to 90.00
Send for Catalogue, pply to
REV. L. A. BIKLE, A. M.
Julv 9, 2374. 4tras.
Where Great Bargains can also be had in the
beat Champion Mower and Reaper. They have
one car load of Mowers and Reapers for sale
Light, $120 ; Combined Mower and Reaper
$220, delivered at Salisbury. We warrent
them to give perfect satisfaction or money re
If you want Brown Cotton Oin, come to
Crawford and IleiligV We furninb them with
or without self feeder. If you waul Telegraph
straw Cutters, come toj
Crawford & Heilig's.
Tf von want Steel Plows. Fairbanks' Scales.
r luld aud Garden Hoes, coinu to
Crawford & Heilig's.
If vou want Glass, Nails, Putty, Locks,
Hinges, screws; coma to
Crawford & Heilig's.
)BYCIIOM A r , . . c i LCIARMIKQ.
llosr i a l.i r v z ruar !e f:.c mate and cin
the love t ion of anv ot mm thev thoo
iiwtanllv. This, simple niei.nl acquirentent all
can pos.cr, iree, by mail, for 2 together with
tnxrrisirc iruide, Kcpisin racle, Iream,
Hints to Ladies. Weddlr r-Ni-bt KKtrU, &B..
A o.ieer l-uck. Addrcw T. WILLIAM A OO.
Couohs, Colds Horseness.
ASD all ZE&OAS DZBZXAdaSft,
PCT CP ONLY IS IlLfE BOXES.
AT2LII'D r.nd ZTJT.Z 1EDT.
Sold bv lros?u. 4m. '
Are yon Mm to Paint !
Buy the RcADY. MIXED PAINTS, all col
t f arssB ws
ors, in small cai:s to tuit purchasers. Every
man can U: hu owq painter, l or sale encap
KLTTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
March 19, 1874-rtf.
If you want Carpenter Tools,
J Uli. . 1 I 1
never reau uus pj;ea ur ueuru nis uaine,
bv the most ignorant white man in this land.
The Puritanical men, who eschew Bvron
and Poe, are unconsciously imitating their '
language ana actions m some respects every
uay. it. i luio i" iiiuiie ui iyru up your
nose at Genius it is Kiug it makes itself a
crown and rules you, in spite of you.
"People of this sort, (earpet-baggers)
have, by their many acts of indecent vul
garity, become a by-word in Columbia
and Charleston, and have done much, to
injure the social standing ot Northern set
tiers of educatiou and fine feeling. Their
intercourse with the colored population is
Call at the Book Store and get one of these
I 1.1 - 117 !. Tl- I r-
t. f i j if u ur . Anvills. ices, Iron & steel, come to
ainary fami v can be done before breakfast ' ' '
than in any other way without the wear and
tear of clothes incident, ro the old way.
A large family can save the price o a washer
in one year in clothes. A small Tamily 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
Crawford & Heilig's.
If you want Alarm Monev Draws, Herrings
r ire Proof safes, come to
Crawford & Heilig's.
Maey'. Poulthy Powder cures and pre
vents it, Cures anq prevents Gape in voung
Chickens, Fattens (or market in a remarkably
snort time, Turkey! Geese, Docks, and chickens
and makes them lay better. Price 25 cents,
K LOTTOS DIICG sTORE.
and Sewing Machine
OP ALL KINDft ALSO NEEDLES, OIL &
THREAD, ALSt A LOT Or
Legal, and Fl 9 ap
of Ditfcreut qualities, also, several styles
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRENCH AND
ICO PIANOS and ORGANS
New and S, . und-Ilatxl, t4 Fut-Clnaa Makers,
willherajd al Lov.tr Prices ior cash, or Oat
Installment', or for rvt.t. in Cite or Country,
d:iri! p this morth, U linRAC'K WATERS
SON. .xul Brcadwae, than ever Man OS
end in Now York. SPECIALTY: Pianos
end Organs to let i.i.i.i (lie rent money pays tbe
price f the Ijwtninu-nt. Illustrated CaUloftiea
mni ! 1 . A Lire? diwoant to Ministers, Church
es, School, Ixidgev, etc. 4w.
RICH FARMING LANDS
IN XERIiASKA. '
Now tor Sale Very Cheap I
it assens usm awvu powers ecclesiastic particularly ott msive to all the respeeta
and municipal it Boars, eagle-like, beyond ble classes. Most of them are office-hold-
. 1 .f iiu tirmv (lartK nf tna ormn I - ... ...
' V-- " wa. era, and tbey will ero to all lenrth to 89-
i i'li i it utn i is i i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 s ' . wiiHii ti' e a n . u i - w
el . 1 . t i
clerical review, in wnicn a solemn naralll
a 1 i
iavia cau t come in. it is a matter.
nowever, for the people to decide, and
autre they will be likely to do as they
pieaae about it, a riyht they uuquestion
lly have, wc shall abide their action.
IT. V . , .
u. u. rernLntat alao announces
'"taelf a candidate for County Surveyor
'I il well fitted for such a position, i
IMppMI of high character aud educa
tion, aud if he was the nominee wc would
u'""1 sleeiTuIly support him
was drawn between Byron and Shellvon the.
ofee hand and Pollok and Crahbeon the oth
er. The twos former, of course, after stnur.
gtiug a few short years with sound religious
poouc opinion, were io uecome extinct as
books; the two latter were to shine forever
as stars of the first magnitude on the librarv-
shelves of the reconstructed world. How is
U now, alter the lapse of thirty years after
even the graves of the wicked poets have
been dug up and heaven aud earth ransack
ed for slauders against them ? N0 library is
complete without them all ; and Dean Swift,
Fielding, Boccaeio, Hndibras, Geonrp Sant
Eugene Sue, Weem's Lives of Marion aud
Washington aud the New York Herald into
the bargain. A liar of genius is always a
first-class literary success, nowadays. Who
i T Wil l t
is joaquiu miner i norse tnit- bieamist
on..., i j us, r... ft ..
-fir. onwuiu ma iumie career tchpse
that of the pure and fanatical Whittierin the
book line, tlijnk you his stealing and wife
wronging would alFect the circulation of his
wiitiugs ? If all that has been said against
Napoleon Bonaparte were printed and col
lecteihTi would fill a forty-volumed Ency
clopedia. But who can staud, in fancy, be
side the great magician of the battle field,
and not forget all those errors, not throw
tbe hat iu air, and, with tearful eye, shout
"Huzza!" When, upou his entry from ex
ile iuto forbidden France, he bared his breast
to the advaugiug guard, and said, "Soldiers,
if you would shoot. your General, tire !" and
their arms were dropped in an instant, how
clearly defined was the power of Genius !
Aud is it not the same old story on the brink
of the Rubicon of letters and at the portals
of the city of luk and Paper ? Slander and
difficulty banished Byrou to Greece. Had
he lived to assist iu achieving to the end the
libertilS of that struggling state, where
wonld hav"e been his euetnies on his trium
phant returu to England t Where are they,
anyhow, and as it turned oot ? A snivel
ling, whining corporal's guatd, who are a
f'raid to hear One rough, outspoken improper
cure the negro vote. Wot only do they
"hob nob" with black med in public bar
rooms, but they invite that class of colored
men called by Ilia Excel'.eucy Gov.
Mosses "good political niggers," to their
tables, and their wives and daughters do
everything possible to secure them the
influence of a Mr. Senator Borabo Gnm
berts, or the favor of such ignorant brag
garts as Mr. Justice "Sam" Dickinson.
It is not uncommon iust before election to
see the fair daughter of a would-be Sheriff
or i Congressm-tn sinning chamnaene to
a a w
thejiealth of some influential bl ick man
who before the war was a field hand on a
island plantation. While this is true of
some of the Northern people, it cannot be
denied that many Southern Republicans
go further in ' their efforts to secure the
colored vote. It is a well known fact
that at least two politicians of Charleston
have married colored wives, and it is no
torious that one of the most distinguished
native white State Senators lives from
preference in a family of colored people.
With such examples before their eyes it
is, perhapr, not to be wondered at that
respectable negroes are beginning to feel
themselves superior in some respects to
the whites, or that the families of former
slave owners refuse to admit the wives of
Republicans to their homes.
OF EVERY SHADE, AND TINT.
ENVELOPES OF ALL STYLE'S
No extra charge for ordering books or
Music not on hands. All orders prompt- wfnrl nntl
lv attended to Call and get wfitiug papn Vltltt 1U1U tlllU
at the Salisbury Book Store.
January 2 1874 ly.
Ifvou want Tible Oil Cloth, Clothes Baric
els, Brass Kettles, Knives & rorks, render,
Brass Andirons, come to
TEN YEARS XREDiT. INTEREST OUT
6 PER CENT.
Send for "the Pioneer
A fcand-mc illustrated Paper,, oostaminf
the IIomkhtkau Law. A NEW NUMBER
jnst published, mailed free to all parts nf
d.drws. I P. lAVid-
Land Comuioner U. P. B. R.,
.j v His.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Nirvoua or Debllited t
i iniiid i that anv exerta rs-
re of an lT it than oo
If yon want to build
Waggon, come to
a Carriage, Bnggv, or
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
Send sample- to Emmcrt & 3ro., at Rowan
Mills, N. C. and answers shall be promptly
July 9, 1874 Saios.
125 Bags "Old Tick ' Coffee,
75 Bbls Sugars,
50 Boxes Assorted Candy,
3r Packages No. I Mackerel,
15,000 lbs Bacon,
2,000 lbs B- 8t Sugur Cured Hanif,
3,000 lbs Refined Lard,
500 lb Sugar cured Beef,
25 Doz. Brandy Peaches,
25 11 Lemon Syrup,
50 Boxes Candles,
10 Kegs Soda,
100 Doz ( lysters,
30 000 Cigars,
150 Reams Wrapping Paper,
30 Dos painted Pails,
100 sacks Ground Alum Salt,
50 " Deaken's Fine "
A large stock of Boots, Shoes, & Hats,
(very cheap) Hardware, Saddles, & Harness,
Tanners, Kerosiue, & Machine Oils. We
are also agents for the celebrated Aladin
Security Oil, warranted to atand a fire test
of one hundred & fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
: 4c therefore perfectly safe 6c very little high
er thau Kerosaoe.
We also have a fall stock of Liquors, sneh
as Foster, Dulin. 6c Bailey, Whiskey Rom,
Gin, Ginger 6c Blackberry Brandy, Porte,
Mederia, Sherry, 6c uiahtga Wines, Ales.
- The above stock is offered at Wholesale
d) Retail, at thu very Townst figures.
BINGHAM 6c CO.
May 11, l?74if.
Crawford and Heilig's.
If you want a Yeatinghoiie A Co. or Wheeler
& Melich Threshing Machine, one Horse Pow
er, down or mounted, come to
If you wnnt to build Rail Roadu, come to
Crawford St ffeilifr and buy Pick, Axea,
Steel, Iron, Hammers ; Fuse, Trace Chains,
Horse Shoe, Horse Shoe Nai la, Antes' Shovels,
If you want Steel Winged Shovel-,
Tongues or Iron Shovels, come to
MOUUSLNu' Kpl K.
Paper and virions styles and sizes of
Ink? Pens PencileH &c.,
also a largo lot off Morgan's
Stereoscopic Views of the
JiL O TJN TAIN 0
Voscmitc and ether noted places which
arc truly maguSicent.
uleo a stock of paperior
Which will be sold low at Sincer Sewinir
Mai Iroe Siore on St iith tide main Street, near
the I'uhlir Stpiaije.
All permna in4ebted to Kerns and Brother
either by uote or nccount, at tbe Liverly Stable
or Store, or for gtH' purcl.vsel at the auction
and not p rid frX arc hereby uotifird to p-y u;
at once. In my absence, par to Mr ' '!. . H
Vamlerf. rd wh-nf? receit will be good.
I), h BUINULK, ltccravrat
; oi Kema oi brother.
May 28, 1874 3moa.
Am you ko
quT - in
of inai'ii '
Thcu try JUUFIIEHA. tbe wonderful tonic
and rator, .ich acts o beneSeisily
the Mt it live .rr.:e a to itu;art vtfor v naa
tbe vital Una
it i.- no idd.d:c appetiser, which MimnUtos
tor n Khnrt tiuie.ordv l. let the buflereT fcll W
a tna i1ml)i of '.i im IX. but It IS
tonic aclirir direttlv cnthe liver andspl
li rn -rI lfc .i4 L. I'lini-!, . or.i ta
sal gives s .. a hoaltby tone to ths whole
system as to iux.a make the invalid lenl
li k n new person. .
It-., ratj !i i. rmt-rielent, but is cbsxsetasv
ilt-d i'V LTi-.it c :1. i :..- ; tne piwuk ir-
ient-ea no t.-:iirn rhanee. to iuired
but gradua' v bis lrlll4lie
"i oMthejr U its Hke tbe Arab,
An.l Ailer-tly fU ! avray."
Tl ! no w nntri-l d; covery, hot
lffn lor-- nd with wt.nderfu I remedial
a:.d ia prnocnred by the bigheat anUwritie.
"the mo t ;.o .il to: iea:d alterative known"
Ask yo.r drnnritt for iu.
F r balebv Ti M. F. KrLtB 4 COKevr
The Erowa Cotton ilin.
Crawford and Heiliff's.
Our variety is too extensive tn mention. If
I you want to buy any thing like Hardware, we
invite you to come to
Crawford and Heilig's
FIRST CLASS STORCON MAIN STREET
SALISBURY, H. C.
We guarantee our Prices as low and goods
a cheap at any buiue a houae in tl eland.
'orih or South. My 14, 1874 iL
both sides of
The a:t&ti'.n f .; r.rs and t-i ra la
u!.o '.- old aKd r.Uabiou.aae ot
' 71 - c fumii-bwd tbh-e yes
grea'1 '. . .! i :bir g v'.ich eiper-
; . ... 'c : u. -fare could
ig..e-1 . Em ) : ';ti ' ne to t iakf tovm tbe
mo- reiia1 ' a .i v ;iccl(Vitn (He in Burknt
vn m theareta! i re; Mt;.ym and
(,rove flantauan for le The plantation uopularltr. For I'rprnrrtnv or Wo
nmwun iiw nuiuisH well waieren. i vi c..
ui inruwoiH inn-naaein. 11 Ilea on , vT!! . vLIT. mt LI5T fanMUB.
imui noiu i.icr and , , n- .,n. .. .....
I -,,rr.i.; to reaaonabte rite :: i.irhet
flee Car mmmd
... . . i -. . . .. . .i . . w a i " . . . w . .. ww
done here an.l a .. the haimde il the kattdm S
o r i'. i ,'ho c've ail desired in.
here noon the -fird aeaaaioti begining the 3rd j aud ftHiiiiiendaft.ry ietw-i trVmi jxr&etr wains;
day of August, 1374. ! tuo tiiu in ail oc ou. " Uve a:iua ptssattec
Cnnrjliea otUatljrer.t oenorjinationx c:nvpn- '. onwotrf tihlii. rrac i!l
nt iu form a: ion, may be obtained itoort
A'iresa me St China (Irovo. r.im fv.t. ' bv ivl lresra'
S.V. Terma tberal. ' ! T!I B Br.'W V f TToif ff rr .
arnond the tat:n.
i wui aio aetf lou of one or two arrea for I faction t. ertry ; lActcrnr opraf45.
hull. ling pnrpo44 to those desiring to go intu a.n wd at the'lowe t r. fMonrlr
A good produce buaineai i-
with more capital it can easily lie ihlad.
I - a
bin v ( roye,
ul y li 174.
bnry N. C.
and Hi 1 r Iitqi
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