1 'rr- imbw - . i as. s. -, -iL- . . 1 - -. 1 . -
Three horse thieves were recently han
ged in Kansas by mobs. The accused
were allowed to make confessions, which
implicated twenty men. It is intimated
t hat vengeance ill be executed on the
Good Farmers tell ns that the crops in
' this section are very fine, especially is
this the ease with the corn.
Between two and three hundred dead
Sjgflhw. have been recovered from the track
1 Km Ute terrible storm in the West.
Th Soda Water drawirie will take
plate itC.K. Barker & Go's., next Frio
day night. A good time may be expeet-nnV
Two and a half acres produced 65
fennels of wheat for Mr. David Sheets, and
mot SI seres as Mated in the last Watch
nan. It was an error of the types.
Arrived. TUt fine mare ot Mr.
Isaac P. OneiTs has arrived. Il is said
ik.t T. P. will now co to the Modock
The Richmond Enquirer says; J
J.1U Ktrhv and J. Alien Wake were
banged because they parted their names
In the middle. This should he a warning
tkr mhn mav be euilty of similar
Convalescent. We are glad to
Wrn that Sheriff Waggoner, who has
been lying for some time quite ill of ty
pbotd fever, is convalescent.
the arrival of Mr. Frank B. Craige, of
Tennessee, and Mr. Frank Brown, of Mis
sissippi, in our town. These young gentle
men are both natives of Salirbuiy and
bave been absent several years. They are
both farming with success in the States,
they have adopted respectively. They
are now on a visit to relatives and friends.
We hope ere loug to be able to welcome
them both back to North Carolina for
A brutal murder was committed at
Itarlville, Bladen Co., last Saturday, by
a negro, named Abrahura Jones, his vic
tim being a Mr. S. W. Twiggs. The ne
gro was in the employ of Mr. Twiggs and
a dispute arose about a settlement, when
the negro stabbed Mr. Twiggs several
times in the breast and under the left loin.
Mr. Twiggs lived but about ten minutes
The negro made his escape, but every ef
fort, as we learn from the Wilmington
Star, will bo made to arrest him.
VB i a a S.
rrult irees. Messrs. Uratt and
Sailor offer to furuish the public in this
section, fruit trees, grape vines and other
plants at reasonable prices. We believe
it Is generally conceded that fruit trees,
etc., fee, procured from our own home
nurseries do better thin those
from a distance.
nersnns named Clmat&r Kn nf nnwer e i . i "SS r
l t . 7 , , . , . r . 01 we ecnoing raruassas aua.neiicou aou
thati this it would be difficult to conceive. Olympus of the names of Caesar, Hannibal,
1 ne insensate torture of prisoners in tne Phyrrus, Alexander and Napoleon.
Middle Ages wrung lies from them as l has t as He drawn a belt of the most be
often as the truth ; and human nature is witching Romance of beauty and of glory
so much the same now as it was then 3lon the Southern shores of the Old
w or id.
ty and magnificent voluptuousness of an
ideal South, the same Great .Disposer of e
vents has clustered the associations of ruiued
Greeee-and Rome of the voieefol vales of
Palestine of the tombs of the Nile, towering
above toe desert, the minaret and the pa' in
that it is useless to expect the truth from
men who stand with ropes about tbeir
necks, if they may hope to gain a reprieve
Lor pardon by lying. Chicago Tribune.
The Difference. The farm on
which Mr. David Sheets has such a fine
crop this year, was sold a few years
ago by a Mr. Elliott who moved to die
West, because, as he alleged, it was too
poor to support his family on. Under
the superior management of Mr. Sheets,
this same land has been made to yield
(rom 20 to 30 bushels of wheat to the acre,
and to produce other crops accordingly.
Mr. Elliott, no doubt, imagined that he
could make a living easier in the West,
made no effort to improve his land here,
and he was growing poor. Mr. Sheets,
no doubt, believing in Old North Caroli
na, and feeling satisfied that it is the best
for her people to remain within her bor
ders, went to work improving his lands
But He has woven a wob of scenic and his
toric splendor, no less rapturously interest
ing no less mysterously fascinating about
the borders of the lower Mississippi, the
Roanoke, the 8avannah, the Gulf of Mexico
and the Spanish Main over the isles conse
crated forever by the footsteps of Columbus
the gold-ribbed mountains which De Soto
sought iu vain the ever-glades of Marion's
men and the Virginia hills that echoed the
charges of Stonewall Jackson's wild riders
the land of cotton -tields and cane -plantations,
of cypress swamps and pine-forests the 1
bode of the hospitable planter and high -ton
ed gentleman, of the brilliant and dashing
young cavalier and charming dark-eyed
maid the "sweet home of the SOUTH, which
is endeared to us by its very sunshine and its
Thanks be to God for the Romance of the
South ! It sings in the wind-harp that sweeps
her oceans of dark green pines it looks out
from the pure .and lustrous openings of her
starry skies from her r londiau seas of fade
less bloom from the eyes of her daughters,
fairer than the ladies of Castile and Arragon,
of Venice or Circassia.. It broods above the
wild-wood graves of the followers of George
Washington and Robert Lee over the he
roes of the two great revolutions of '76 and
'61 it hallows the shrines where repose the
CiManknA sar my
This Intitntion is again in successful onera-
a 2 J ir a a . 1
won, ana oners ail tne advantages of a first clai
Ihe ball aeasion will begin on Wednesday
OA. t. T n . .
j my. ror catalogue containing terms
B. .1 wt 1
xc appiy 10 me rresiueni,
BE V. T. M. JONES, D. D.
N. H. D. WILSON,
Pres. Board Trustees.
CHOPPER AND CULTIVATOR
and he is growing rich. This is the dif
ference. Let North Carolinians remain I ashes of a long line of Southern Presidents,
of 0a i !,.;. A. . Tk.- Authors, Statesmen, Warriors and Civilians,
r J famous in the days of yore, and 1 m mortal iz-
can find no better homes in the West, or ed by the historic pen. It atones, in a degree.
elsewhere. fr uUr lack of those superior advantages of
education and refinement, which States, older
ami muni ftivuMlilii Bitiiatu1 fur mtmiiif rr.o
JfXLDUC &peaKing. uor citizens have long enjoyed- It essays to soothe the
have been blessed with public speaking wounds of the bitter quarrels of sections ;
Pot ponme nt of Sale of
in the uutcoit coubt of the united
States for the Western District
of North Carolina..
Henry Clews and Hiram Sibley and others,
The Western North Carolina Rail Road Co.
E. D. Tod R. Caldwell, Uufns Y. McAden,
The first National bank of Charlotte, John
Rutherford. Hiram Kellev. Tbomu G
Greenlee, James Greenlee, Mary Carson, A.
n. rxiwin, W. U. v. Wilson, Assignee, R. M.
Walker and others, Defendants.
1 he sale of the Western North aro Una
Kail road h D.J heretofore ordered by the'
Court, and advertised to take place at the Court
House door in the City of Salisbury, N. C. on
the 17th day of June, 1874, has been Dostooned
I 1 - M .. " -
07 a auoseiiueni order ot the (Jourt, until the
17th day of August, A. D.. 1874.
at which time it will take place at the said
Court House door in 8alUbnry, and opon the
terms anu condilons heretofore published.
B. 8. GAITHER,
Morganton, N. C
Hillsboro, N. C.
THOMAS B. KEOGH.
Greensboro. N. C.
June 24, 1874-tds.
es- "saA. Jil ibbbbbbwIbbiKjbibbbI
With Planter Attachment.
In the Centre of business on Main Btree
SALISBURY, N. C.
sabm Cke pmbUe d oU
THOBOUGHLY WtaTODDLED THE M HATfOHAL
Win VW t fiiAiunn n-va i . "
run 1 tic otSUIdn I
CL1AE AJfD WELL VEjTTILATM,
i maisW sn'S IsOTHm Out A other
This House hM gained a reputation secoskl
to none in the Coontrv, and the Proprietrem
will keep U up IN HIRST CLASS STYLE.
11RS. DR. RKEVrS.
June II. 1W4-C'
or the last week or ten days, to a degree
sufficiently abundant, if not salisfactoty.
The Hon. W. M. Kobbius and Dr. Cook
spoke here ou last Friday, Bobbins fairly
and, but for the fiendish con upt&on aud tyr-
ranny of the so-called general government,
might to some extent even reconcile us to
the loss of wealth and position through the
dread doings of the demon of War. It often
wipes away the tear-drop that rises at the
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
Send samples to Eramert & 3ro., at Rowan
. . , n n'' aB1Bltul. - wipes away ine xear-arop ine. Mills, N. C. and answers shall be promptly
making the fur fly. I be same spoke at I remembrance of those who sleep in silent returned.
nigtrt. On Saturday, Robbing, Cook,
July 9, 1874 3mos,
phalanx along the Potomac, the Rappanhan
v it r ati1 a Id mm . .. . a t-Miiio) ( 1 si a in unM
Doheon and the county candidates spoke Andersonville and Fortress Monroe. It hov-
at Millers a few miles in the country. Sat- era above the snow? seas of cotton-bloom.
nrAa Hon T.oonK nr.rl ntlmra mnkn Kor. the lUSClOUSlV OOOreSSiye SCent Of OiaUgO Or
i Mlmw)a fhn Taw rt . . n 1 - t . r-r -j Tl A 4 i 1 1 t 1 M . Tf f L" "l I 1 Ct
-v - - . . , , 1 tUOlUOt lUO lai-lCOVUtUK Ca iauir swniutK
Un Monday Uon. VV. A. Oinitn ana sev- PI4,a.TUt-. thtrri.llv Imciirianttobaeo and
eral of the candidates discussed matters at sugar-cane, the lordly mansion of the white The 8 th
tnau, the low hiding place known as the ne
TO THE VOTERS
the Court-house; speaking is still iu pro
gress, this Tuesday, in the country.
Smith discussed consolidation and
Rail Road matters generally. He thought
that the coming Legislature should pro
vide for the payment of the accrued inter
est on the construction bonds, without sell
ing the property ; and that it should make
gro's cabin, the heights ot Arlingtouand the
swamps of New Orleans.
But why is it, here in the South, with its
a . i - i i t
nnanciai poverty anu political ruin us ner
culaueuin of smothered griefs aud its Pom
. ... 1 . 1
pen ot buried hopes its ruggea mauuersanu
its utter want of the amenities and comforts
of life generally, the romantic feeling rises
in us so strojglv, and binds us to the dear
old laud with such indissoluble chains of the
Composed of the Conn ties of
Surry, Yadkin, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth,
Stokes, and Rowan :
'THE RECENT INVENTIONS of J. B.
L UNDERWOOD, of Kayetteville, N. C. i
onqnestionably the GREATEST LABOR SA
YERoftheAQE with ONE MAN " que
NOISE it does the work of from nix to TWELVE
men and from TWO to FOUR horse. It
CHOPS nd BARS both sides, WEEDS and
DIRTS the cotton at one operation. After
which it is converted into a most exedles
CULTIVATOR' or use between the rows
throughout the season. This machine has been
tested upon a srrowinr crop, and proved a
thorough, practical SUCCESS II bean the
highest TESTIMONIALS from our best cotton
planter. It will soon become as indispensable
to the Cotton Planter as the Cotton Gin or
Press. It has taken the grand sweep-stakes
prise, the GOLD MEDAL. lhe Georgia State
Fair, as the latest and most valuable improve
ment in Agriculture Implements, and the first
premium wherever it has been exhibted. Active
and reliable AGENTS ARE WANTED in every
town and county to whom a libersl discount
will be made. Applications for Agsasiss should
be made without delay. Retail price of Machine
without attachments $35 and freight. A most
excellent COTTON PLANTER and GUANO
DISTRIBUTER hM been added to the machine.
The best most reliable in use, Price $15.00
aod better nes than ever.
Come now and get the BEST. Get the stove
if you want one that will outlast any other, and
thai u made of ail NEW IRON, and warrants!
to give soiafaction Ac Variooa at t lea, of cook
ing stoves at a small profit.
Ws are Agent, for the sale of 17b sfsiJi NAr
TiONAL KEEI CUTTER" and niTS
in oflering it to the public as lhe
use. It oils rapidly, la tawyso SswsT
ly fasih in every part, and net liketv
repair. Call end examine for
a be csavasisd. V e are awe Aaaasa tar flwa
celebrated -WATT PUW" lodkmiax.
T"' fTKRAUORA IT.
April t&, 1873 tf.
The oaderaifftjed ksrinar dulr onalifiMf 1 1 J.
Adrainwtrstors with the wHI annexed of Jd,i
L Khaver, deceased, hereby nnti frail nerMwwfi
debted la said eatate to ansae' pa aoent, aaad
Usose having claim again aajiicatals are taatl
led to present them to the underngnctl osi or
Utre the 2nd day of rVf4ember, 1674, or tLu
none win oe I'irtui in tslt of ILetr rccovcrv.
HKNRT A LKMI.V.
f-J'nlX h II A
MARY SHARP COLLBCE.
Kstablisbed in le&l. This old and eekrbra&ad
BBBBBl m .
about a million dollars worth of the Con
struction bouds of the N C R R had been
lost, uud that there were now but about
scvetiteeu hundred thonand of these origi
nal bonds on which internst is to be paid.
Salisbury Academy We invite
attention to the advertisement ot Mr. A
H. Murphy. Mr. Murphy gives notice
thai tbo next session at the Salisbury
Made Academy will begin on the 31st of
Anguet, inst. The terms of tuition are
very reasonable, and as Mr. Murphy is a
young man of fine qualifications, and with
experience as a teacher, we take pleasure
in recommending his school to onr citizens
Be was raised here among us, educated
here, and he is entitled to the encourages
ment and patronage of our citizens.
y We are glad to learn that the Commis
sioners are considering the importance of
establishing a reservoir over the public
well. We feel confident that this will be
to half Way job, and that whatever they
do will be done well. Messrs. Frercks,
f : . r j .i
ajiuvuw, iueruney, onu oiuer gentlemen ot
the Present Board are too sensible to the
. AMluUanee of such a structure, to allow it
to fail, sod too practical to make a botch
of what they undertake. We hope and
expect that they will greatily improve the
appearance of our public square, and put
np something that will be not only useful
but handsome.. The town can afford to
liberally fr such needed improve-
I take this method of giving more general
notice that I am a candidate for the office of
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT In
this District. It is deemed improper for one
seeking a high Judicial office, to visit the sev
eral counties and publicly address his fellow
unmA Ai-rimirptnpntji inr th com nht inn of tenderest, the most heart-felt affection I citiiens.
t o i mi .t .! . : ..n ..e .i. .. I i i :j.i .u: t:..i ti
r vt r r. it j t I 1 ne answer in mis queSUOU IS iun u iu i nave ipnum in inn i'ivuh ui my lire,
me w esiern Kj n u. ne siaiea a aci wi8joul which books and institutiosof learu and have pnu ticed law in some of your Courts
that it is not generally known, that is, that ing never teach for it comes not within their for thirty years. If elected, I will truly and
v w... ,,r i ... r :J m .!, rtiinhl fur bttr jnsuy, icwnuwi 10 me oent oi my aaui anu
be o-iven bv a Daniel Boone, au Alexander judgment, do equal and impartial justice
- . .1 i lm miKlif an. I In imht.iilii.lj
I j m . c- j u u a ! ,,... I lUUMAOJ. lLiU
io quoie ine language i uia mw. w j , 16 lg74tiU eJrcL
.... Vt ........ .V. 1 .. .,,,. ini.oti..u Km hurl I J
Mudie : "It is simply because that in Ser-
Ile thought the State had better repudiate taiu half-wild and partially cultivated places.
.Homnt n.-il.. r,Kll i.-. mau's ciuet occupation aurt couverse are
r u'llh nutiiiu (phuruaa. in ruthiirii ham. u-hurn
il-.. i.- r -l j i -j c' " r. : .
selling ucr xwauroau bwcks anu uxing un- triere is more to tempt worldly ambition and
bearable burdens of taxation noon her worldly enterprise. Art is his chief oeenpa-
1 . - . ... 1" 1 . O.I. .1 .: Ml I
lion, auu oeco'iies Dy nawi nis cuiei enioy- nexi ocuoia.siic year win neem
99 I l j T.. I i .
isi-t. r.xponseti lor nau session,
of spiudles the rough crowding and jostliu
for bread that will not permit the tread-mil
Yankees to see a patch of blue sky or a green
leaf, which has degenerated them so awful
ly. Come weal or woe, give me the South
and tup Romance of the South aud to
"Lice and die in Dixie."
E. P. H.
notrib. Wp nrcrnA tho camA viAira fivi
rr " - 6 " - " I mpnt."
u . . A f A m I 1 a h aft SB, VI . - I v . a a a . . ft 0
ug, auu bum ugn:u wim aiuj. it is tne h.irsii utilitarian num oi macniuo
Smith in the main, but the Legislature ry, the whirring of wheels and the buzzing
has no power to repudiate. We believe
a convention of the people would bave.
and luch an act by it would uever be call
ed in question. A convention of the peo
ple of a sovereign State is the highest
power known to our form of government,
aud it may sit up and tear down at libi
turn, with no superior power to question
the right. - Maj. Smith's speech was very
fair on paper, and we regret that wo were
not prepared to take notes that we might
further annalyze it.
North Carolina CoMes.
Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus Co-, H. C
This Institution is pleasantly situated in one
of the healthiest portions of the State. The
20 weeks, as
Academic from $75.00 to 90.00
Send for Catalogue, tpply to
REV. L. A. lilKLE, A. M.
July 9, 2874. 4 tins.
For circulars and further information, add
CRAWFORD ic HEILIG,
main Street, Salisbury, Y.
Where Great Bargains can also be had in the
best 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 warrant
them to give perfect satisfaction or money re
If you want Brown's Cotton Oin, come to
Crawford and Heilig's. We furnish them with
or without self feeder. If you want Telegraph
Straw Cutters, come to
A Cora WaM sassiest the
M ATKB.1AU on hand or made to order.
Merchant supplied at Low Pkjcbb. Cash
rAJD for all kinda of Copper, Braaa Ar. Aak for
Know Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury, V
C- L. V. Brown.
I am well prepared to eat good
for sssrhing Tobacco, Floor Patent article Ac.
Every person doing any kind of work or busi
ness should have a standi to advertise his busi
ness, as it i acknowledged to be the best and
cheapest way to let people know what you are
do i tag.
One mark with stencil may get a customer,
for yon, that will put Huvnaana of Dollar
in your hands. Try it and yon will get a cne-
tomer you never thought of.
MY PRICES ARK LOW, AS FOLLOWS,
One-fourth inch letters 6 cents per letter
One half and five-eights 6 " " "
Three-fourth A One inch letters 7 " " "
They may he sent; to any part of the U . B.
by mail at a small oast.
Bead hi your order staling aire of letters you
prefer, and the Stencil will be made neatly cat
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street Salisbury, N. C.
L. V. BROWN,
April 28, 1874 tf.
i emale School in ciluated in the
nealthy u.wn of Winchester. n a bench
Cumberlsud Mountain. TennrM, ( ..
ce it annual icssion at, ten ninths on the
FIRST M OK DAT hi SgPT&MBER. BtH
sW it first and only PreaftdesU, Z. C. G BATES
LL.D. For thoroagkaese and cheapness of
ednsatisB. is not excelled by say. ebow M tka
SontA. Send for iValogne nisaTsisdag sjl es
aentisd parti culara.
4w. 0. 8. W ALMS LET
NEW MACHINE1 SHOP.
I am now prepared to do all kind of
repairing with dispatrh. With good tool
aad twenty -fire years saptrisaee fa ta
aivenuoo civen lo Kngioe and B..;ler work.
wiiwn " wiicn, aiininw and AvnenlLar..
Machines ; and wod to ruin d all kiadk.
Shop on Corner of Fulton and d.noeil Strcn.
Salisbory. N. C. -
E. U. MARSH.
July 16. 1874 -tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
stofT Belief for Young
the efiects of Errors and Abuses
How either sea may be facinate aad gam
the love A s fact ion of say person they rhoose
instantly. This simple mental acquirement all
can r--. free, by mail, for , together with
a marriage guide. Kgatain Oracle, Dream.
iiinia to Aaoiea, v
A queer book. Address T.
WILLIAM A 00.
At thirty-five the Average American discovers
that he has an "Infernal Stomach," and goes
into the hands of the doctors for the remnant
of his life. Prevention is better than cure, but
Da. Walker's Vinegar Bitters will both
cure aod prevent dispepida, diseases of the skin,
liver, kidneys, and bladder, and all disorders
arising from an "infernal stomach." 4w.
John Johnson, colored, late of Raleigh,
InU ..,,1. . I l . I r m
riuic n pvLacv Ui'Ufc imu WHICU IlOm PIT.
If. Brown, of Robeson co., last Thurs-
daj night. Mr. Rrown was asleep at the
Wket office of the N C R R Company
hen the theft was committed. The pock
at book contained about S320. The thief
arrested on Friday morning and the
, with the exception of a few dol
'lave, recovered ; al-o the Gold Watch and
.chain. The thief was committed
Mavor in defanU of hail
p .L ... r
The America Farmer.
This standard agricultural monthly for
- August is at hand, replete with valuable
information for the farmer and garden
TBe Stephen A. Douglas Estate
IN Chicago. The great law suit long
pending between , the heirs of the late
United States Senator Stephen A Doug
u i a a
us ana ine executor or nis estate, was
decided iu Chicago on Monday, by Judge
Williams, in favor of the heirs. This
decision gives the heirs, Robert and Ste
hen, about a quarter of a million of dol-
ars. it was made under the following
circumstances : When Mr. Douelas died
he left Dr. P. Rhodes, of Cleveland, as
the executor of his property and real es
tate in south Chicago. When it was off-
er-d for sale Rhodes has agreed with oue
Dobbins that if he bought iu all the prop
erty he would take one-third off his hands.
1 his was done, and the speculators made
an immense sum from their investments.
Phe suit was brought to recover, on the
groutid that an executor cannot be inter
ested. directly or indirectly, in the pur
chase of property at his own sale, aud the
judge, so decided. But one-half of the
value of the property was decreed to the
children ; the other portion would have
gone to the widow but she was barred,
having allowed too long a time to elapse
before asserting her rights.
-The coming wheat.
I Cron Piifrnp'CH n lnrore
m a i o f e
sbare of notice, hut not to the disadvan-
- a- . . .. . .
a ui uujer BunieeiH, every branch ot
ph stork, special, hnruemade aud com
... MAteUI . I ! . ' jm L
, -wni uiauui, ii uil growing, nower
gardcuing, the Dairy, the Poultry Yard
fe, being treated at length.
Published by Satn'l Sands & Son. No
Baltimore, Md., at $1.50 a
Jfdr, 5 copies $5.00. Specimens sen
". -1 -t v .
A pleasant, safe and effectual remedy for
- fr'gkt' disease, diabetes, gravel, and all
dtsa 0f baiiaer aud kidneva. is Kear-
Aa.aL 15 eft a' ... '
July CCtb.by Rev. W. Kimball at the Bride's
residence, Mr. C. B. Litaker. and Mrs. M. L
Hehdersou, all of Rowan.
Call at the Book Store and get one of these
remarkable aahers. The washing of sn or
dinary family can be done before breakfast
lan 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 tamily wil
save the price of it in hire ; without any extra
lelf 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
Buying Bates :
CORN new $100
COTTON 11 a 15
FLOUR $.4.00 a 450
BACON (county) 10 12$ hog round
POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet $1.00
EGGS 10 to I2h
CHICKENS $2.00 per do.
LARD 12 a 15.
FEATHERS new, 50.
TALLOW 9 a 10
RYE a 100.
BEESEWAX 30. ,
WHEAT $1.15 a $1.75.
DRIED FRUIT 6
Blackberries. 10 ets.
A touchiugly beautiful farewell was Dr
1 odd's last message to his church, sent.
on a Sabbath evening : "Tell them that
I have an unwavering faith iu Christ and his
salvation, and that I am waiting and
hoping for light from the eternal world .
I want to see that light and think I shall,
'Though I walk through the valley of the
shadow Of death, 1 will fear no evil.' and
so I stand at the gate like a little child,
waiting for it to open to give me a glimpse
of the glory.
a xirari uucbu. 1 hr is none to
uual . ajvaat. 104 Duaoe street. New
swvav ouiny diuggiau. Advice
neiid for pamphlet.
Mount Vernon, N. C.
ajLi . w ,
OUHU4I .tlORNINCl :
July 26th, 1874.
tf. st li far rrr- -! TM-S t-ti? itT.f
Dear Watchman : It has always been
uuder the soft and dreamy calm of Southern
skies beneath the shadow of the orange
the palmetto and the vine that Romance
has made her home.
Ged created the fragrance an i flowers and
music of Paradise in a clime so cloudless and
sonny that tradition has located it in South
Around the Mediterranean sea, with its
j flout iug wealth mirroring all the cereal pie n
Manhood Restored.- Impediments to Marriar
removed. New method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars sent
free, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth 8L, Phila
delphia, Pa. an Institution having a high re
putation for honorable conduct and profession
Oct. $0, lo73.-f-ly.
Are yon Gms to Paint !
Buy the READY MIXED PAINTS, all col
on, in small cans to suit purchaser. Every
man can be his own painter. For sale cheap
KLUTTZ-S DRUG STORK.
March 19, 1874-tf.
Coughs, Colds Horseness.
Am all THROAT SI3EA8EI,
Ty life Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
.TRIED and JURE REM1S7.
Sold by Druggist. " 4W
Chicken CMera !
Crawford A Hftilip-'a.
O I M ASSET'S PoriTRY Poti drr cures and nr-
vents it, tjures ano prerenta oapes in young
Chickens. Fattens for market in a icsaarkabiv
If you wsnt Steel Plows, Fairbanks' Scales, snort time, Turkey, Geese, Docks, aad chickens
Field and Garden Hoes, come to I and makes them lay better. Price 25 cents,
100 PIANOS and ORGANS
iew anu second-Haul, or rirat-Claaa Jtfakera,
will be sold at Lower Prices ior casV or en
Inetallroents.or for rent, in Cltv or ikunirv
during this month, by UORACE WATKRSA
SON. No. 481 Broadway, than ever btTore ofl
ered in New York. BPBClALTTi Pl.nr-.
and Organs to let until the rent money peysVie
pries oi me umrumcni. iimnrstid 1 slalaims
mailed. A large diaronnl lo Minaatn, Churrl. -es,
School, Lodges, etc a uttv 4ar
RICH FARMING LMDS
i ABBnASK A.
Now tor Sale Very Cheap 1
TEM YEARS CREDIT INTEREST ONLY
6 1'hU CENT.
Crawford & Heilig's.
If you want Glass, Nails, Putty, Locks.
tlinges, Strew ; come to
Crawford & Heilig's.
If you want Carpenters Tools, Bello
An villa, Vices, Iron A Steel, come to
and Sewing: Machine
OP ALL KINDS, ALSO NEKDLES, OIL A
TrtKEAD, ALfO A LOT Or
8end for 'the Pioneer,
A handsome illustrated Paper, onntainlnc
the Uoassrnuo Law. a NEW KTniBlr.lt
Jnst published, mailed free to ail parte of tbe
address. D. F. TUTTl
Land Commissioner F. P. R R..
Crawford & Heilig's. STATIONERY,
OF EVERY 8HADE, AND TINT,
ENVELOPES OF ALL STYLE,
No extra charge for ordering books or
Music not on hands. All orders prompt
ly attended to Call and get writing paper
at the Salisbury Book Store.
January 2 1874 ly.
If you want Alarm Money Draws, Herrings
r ire froof bates, come to
Crawford & Heilig's.
Ifyou want Table Oil Cloths, Clothes Bask
ets, Brass Kettles, Knives A Forks, Fenders,
Brass Andirons, come to
Crawford and Heilig's.
aifyon want to build a Carriage, Buggy, or
GO TO TEXA8
LONE STAR ROUTE !
( International and Great North ern K B)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shreveport, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Route in Palestine.
Hearne, Waco, Austin, Hunlsville, Houston,
Galvaston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and Southern Texas.
Passongers via New Orleans will find it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas, Overton,
Crockelte, Longview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modern improvement, including
New and Elegant Day Coaches, Polhnan Pa luce
Sleeping Cars, Westlnghonse Air Brakes, Mil
ler's Patent Safety Platforms and Couplers ; and
nowhere else can the passenger so completely
depend on a speedy, safe and comfortable jour-
BflThe LONE STAR ROUTE has admirably
answered the query : "How to go to Texas r
by the publication of an interesting and truth,
fill document, containing a valuable snd correct
map, which can be obtained, free of charge by
addressing the GEN ERAL TICKET AGENT
international and Great Northern Railroad
Spring Stock 1871
125 Bags "Old Tick" Coffee,
75 Bbls Sugars,
50 Boxes Assorted Candy,
35 Packages No. 1 Mackerel,
15,000 lbs Bacon,
2,000 lbs Best Sugar Cored Hams,
3,000 lbs Refined Lard,
500 lbs Sugar cured Beef,
25 Dox. Brandy Peaches,
25" Lemon Syrup,
50 Boxes Candles,
10 Kegs Spaa,
100 Dos Oysters,
Reams Wrapping Paper,
30 Dos painted fails,
100 sacks Ground Alum Salt,
50 " Deaken's Tine "
raggon, come to
Legal and F Is ip
of Different qualities, also, several styles ot
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRENCH AND
Paper and variooa styles aad sites of
I like Pen Pt'iirilen v..
also a large lot off Morgan s
Stereoscopic Views of the
A large stock of Boots, Shoes. At Hats,
(very cheap) Hardware. Saddlt, & Harness.
Tanners, Kerosioe. & Machine Oils. We
are also agents for the celebrated A lad in
Security Oil, warranted to stand a fire teat
of one hundred ft fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
& therefore perfectly safe Ac very little high
er than Kerosine.
We also bave a full stock of Liquors, such
as Foster, DoUn. 6t Bailey, Whiskey Rum,
Gin, Ginger 6t Blackberry Brandy, Porte,
Medena, Sherry, tnalaga Wines, Ales
Yoeemite and ether noted places which
are irwy magnincent.
If vou want a Westinehonse A Co. or Wheeler
A Meiich Threshing Machine, one Horse I'ow
er, down or mounted, come to
Crawford and Heilig's.
If vou want to build Rail Roads, come to
Crawford A Heilig's and boy Picks, Axes,
Steel, Iron, Hammers ; Fuse, Trace Chains,
Home Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Ames Shovels,
v r t. s ir- :. j
If you want Steel Winged Shovels,
Tongues or Iron Shovels, come to
Crawford and Heilig's.
Our variety is too extensive to mention. If
you wsnt to buy any thing like Hardware, we
invite you to come to
Crawford and Heilig's
FUST CLASS STO R E:0 M MAIM STREET
also a stock of superior
Which will, be sold low at SinJer Sewinr
Machine More on south aids main street, near
the Public Square, J
Notice to Belters.
jns indebted to Kerna and Brother
either by note or aeoouat, at the Liverly Stable
or store, or for goods porchaxed at the auction
a A - r a . r- a.
ana not paia tar. are uereoy notineu to j up
at once. Ia say snssecs, pay to Mr. Tboa. H.
Vanderford whose receipt will be good.
D. L. BRING LE. RacmvEa
of Kerns A Brother.
May 28, 1874 3m os.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nervous or De baited P
Are yon so Languid that any isjilaa re
quires more of an iflurt than you feci xapabie
ui luamr.g T
Thi n try JTRFIJEnA. the wrmoarfol tor .c
aad iuviroratur, which art so beaafsjiany on
tbo accretiie organe a to impart vigur to all
Liic i iii mica.
It ia no sleih lic appetiser, a liich tlmnlat. -
tor a short tiuie.nnlv t-. :.t lU ruilsr fall t..
a low depth of misery, but it is a'rceUllv
tonie acting directly off the liver arl fbWn.
It resrulatea the Howels. ';ukts taa- aerrr.
and gives such a healthy tnoe ta the whole
xvstem ss tci koiiij make the IhraTid f i
bke a new perm.
Its operation y not violchl, tut i ckaracU r-
ised by great gentleness ; the patient exarr-
lenres no sudden charge, no marxrtareeulu
but gradaally ais truubbss - s4
"Fold their tenU. Uke the Arabs.
And Mlently hteal sway." !5
This is no new nntried discovery, 4rt has
been long used with wunderfalmasaaailrasalis
and Is pronounced by the biraest aatharftie.
' the most powerCn tonic and slteratirfaaawi.''
Aak yeur dracsrist ur itv - v
F-iraaleby WM. F. KlDDhR A CO.. Kw
Tork. ' 4V
The Brown Cotton Gin.
SALISBURY, N. C.
The above stock is offered at Wholesale
Retail, at the very lowest figures. j We guarantee our Prices as low aad goods
BINGHAM dc CO. I as cheap as sny kaanaesa house ia tbeland.
May 14, 1874 tf. I orth or South. May 14, 1874 tf.
The undersign oners J-fourth of has China
Grove plantation for sale. Tka plantation
contain 500 Acres A is well watered. I will
sell it la tracts to salt pa re baser. It lire on
both sides of the Ji. C Rail Road Mar and
around the station.
I will also sell lots of one or two acres for
building parposjes lo those desiring lo go into
easiness at Chips Grove.
A good prodoe h ananas fa dene here and
with more capital it ean esnly be doubled.
There promises to be a good classical school
here soon the' first seasaion begin ing the 3rd
day of Aururt, 174.
Churches of diftVeiSn deaomtnatioas eoaven
icnt Address sae at China Grove, Rows a Conntr.
K. C, Terms liberal.
J. FRANK PATTERN )N.
China Grove, C
July Ul 174. 'imoa.
The attention of planter at;d others is ,
called to the aboie old ard reliable aiakr . I
Cotton Gia. Tbry are famished t bW year
greatly improved, snd nothing whiea exprr
enee nf thirty years in taefr ssanaaseSjsVe aaa
snfTgest baa beati lett uuuone to Bihke (aicm taa
mot reliable and perfect Ciftxoc Gin In ma. k. r .
As the result of ourt fforta ws need onh: refer te
their established reyntstinn snd arkfe-rprr
popularity. rVr prerarrios or T'mi a i ssmn
UriLhMu tu. Lc a a mi lit v . I.n.uT Kt asrlBu. a. d
tjiaamY aud (il alitv of un rwmmma. v
chalhrare or apctiUn We are preoeraaj fa
nrranl tn st uaonable eVnf frfrrt s'--I'aetHin
to erery sdantrH"rsw. - Jaa i
am aadd at ta'lwsatt paaasibla srioa. Jar a-. 4
UMcbines. and ua reaawiaWe tersne.. 77 e larite
ealiiinatHn of fan plr in ti.e hacaV 4
onr ml asjenu who aril gir all eWice
frmairaird rnmt-h spylW-uta with eisroUr .
aad oanweadatiH'y laiu-rs fmsa aattias aajig
the Gt in ail seetnus f the ctftua plasa- a
eouotry Cinalaro. rope hats Man Hi-'
infffrroation, may Le obtained of our agt at r
IHI MOW rOTTOXattl
. . .v ew iauah
Crawford and Ueilig AgruU taaisV
bar) N. Cl