Tho best Saear Cured Hams, Beef
Tongues and Breakfast Strips for Sale at
A fine lot of Mountain Queen Apples
just Rec'd at A. Parker's.
Communications and other matter o
importance are crowded out of tbis issue
The thieves and honest people of New
Orleans were fighting at last accounts.
Grant has p rod a mated, taking sides with
Rain. After a long dry spell copious
showers came last Tuesday, which were
more than welcome.
Not Dead . a young man of this place
a e & boxes of sardines, lbs of crakers,
2 bottles of peper sauce, A pint vinegar,
drank dozen glasses of water, an is not
Our Fair begins on the 27th, Oct.
and lasts five days. Every preparation
ia progressing to make it the grandest
success ever witnessed in Western Caro
Qen. Col quilt, the orator, soldier, and
statesman will deliver the annual address,
and many of North Carolina's braves who
learned to honor him on the bloody battle
fields of old Virginia, will thus have an
opportunity to shake him once mora by
A large number of entries has been
made of fine stock. Mr. Baken, of S. C
js expected here and will bring quite a
number of fine animals, among them the
celebrated racer, Lady Washington ; also
Mr. llarvey with his fine stock ; and Capt.
Salisbury Dramatio Club. This Jas. Norwood, of Hillsboro, aud the fine
o':ub will appear again on Monday night
Sept. 21st, with a select programme. A
foil bouse is expected.
Gone North. Several of our mer
chants have gone North to lay in new
stocks of goods.
Returnod. Our Mayor, who had
been rusticating at Healing Springs,
Davidson Co., returned last Saturday.
An attempt has been tnado to assassin
ate the President of Peru.
Corn and meal have been quite scarce
in our market for some time. Corn Sold
Although we cannot give the exact ma
iority in the State for Col. Pool, says the
Newbero Journal of Commerce it ean now
nearly approximated. All but f ar c un
I have been heard from, officially and
semmi -officially, an J by adding up the vote
s a a . a . . t
given lu me laDtiialeU Statement presented
elsewhere, it will be seen that the inaiority
thus far is about 11,800. The eounties to
be heard from will iucreaie this at least 700.
So the Democratic majority will not fall
short of 12,500.
It cannot be claimed that this splendid result
is trie effect of a light vote. 1 tknell, it
is true, talis behind the Caldwell vote ;
bnt Col. Pool will lead Merrimon about
1000. If the Congressional vote is taken aa
a basis, more than 100.000 Democratic
ballots were east on the 6th inst This is the
largest number ever before pulled by sny
party in the State, and goes to show that the
Democratic strength is steadily increasing
staring With TO.UUO votes in 1868 ; giving
84.601 for Seymour in the same year ; 87,
000 for SHippin 1870 ; 96.731 for Merrimon
m 1872; and 100,000 in 1874. These fig
ures are significant, when it is understood
that the Radical party started with 96,000
in 1868, and its fall strength and largest
vote was polled in 1872 when Caldwell
If mean and office-seeking white men
would let the negro alone there would be
uo difficulty with him, and he would soon
quit meddling in politics, as he has already
found out that voting does not procure
bread and meat.
Every man who is "diligent in bnsinees,
serving the Lord," is a sermon brimful ol
the energies of life and truth; a witness to
tN J8B,J LARGE SHOW THAT m eiMkit ii
JAwpUK THUBSDAY, OCTOBER fith
me traveling wwatf 1874.
jflrl j Bk xuvvvaawvaV ' 4t
' HHHtoX 'V
9 2Kw9 HLWV
-w a n l mi m
racer, Jack itouinaa. 1 nese are only a
few of the celebraties that anangements
have been made for. Our countrymen
are nearly all expected to have something
on exhibition. Those who fail to attend
this year will miss a great deal, that wil
prove, not only interesting, but instruc
tive and useful. Let all come without the comprehensiveness and adaptability of
OLD JOHN ROBBiNSON S
Great World's Exposition !
AMERICA'S FAVOBITE SHOW,
AMKKffiA'S VKTRRAV MAVAP.PI)
THE MONABCH 0! AMUSEMENTS ! MY BIGHT Done dare Dispute !
AiiiRBtratort Hetice to fMSr
- m m a aw m
All POTTOS having Ui ma sjpinat I lie estate
of Msry If arlia, di gc d, are ltwby notiGod
tn exhiltit the nmlo t)t anJrwned o or
before the 2Utliday ofAugnM, A. 1., 1475.
Administrator with the )!
annexed of Marv Msrlin 1Kx1.
An- 20, 1X74 Cw.
MighfU Cash Prices Paid.
SotvI mmplc to rmirl A
In the Centre of business on Maiu"Slree
SALISBURY, N. C.
I most mamUftUm . inform iU ptUlc & old
(Jcl, thai 1 Ucc
THOBOLK1U.Y Ith.WoDDl.tD THE " RATIOS XL
KUR THE SCsIHER SEASON
L00X CLEAN WELL TcBTiLATZD
w tnpfdied rr everything tku d oC-er markeU
This How hw glr.ed a reputation second
to none m the Conntrr, and the Proprietress
will keep imp IK FiKST CLASS STYLE.
loide and experienced Servant in attendance,
UHH. Ml. KEEVES
June 11. 1874 tf.
for one short week : See the fine stock,
fast races and shake hands with old
The fifth session of the Rowan Snn-
day School Association was held at Sa-
here last Saturday iur $1.07 per bushel I lorn Church in this county on the 19th and
and meal was nor to be had at any price. 1 20th of August last. A goodly number
fail and give themselves np to enjoyment Christ's religion: a preacher of righteous-1 THIS CONCERN IS C0L0SSAT TH ATT
of delegates was present. The following
resolutions were adopted :
Resolved, That in the opinion of this
ness in scenes where none can preach sc
effectively or so well. Bayne.
Cicero, who was born 106 years before
Christ, wrote: "I consider this world as a
place which nature never intended for ray
permanent abode, and I look on my de
parture from it not as being driveu from
my habitation, but simply as leaving an
It is the Sabbath day. Let evil im
aginings, hatred, cares, he put aside.
Stop strife. Be at peace with your neigh'
ITS PROPORTIONS J
Come now aud gel
IiOnff Staple Cotton We
have been Bhown by llobt. Murphy, Jr.,
a specimen of tbi beautiful cotton raised
by himself. It u really very superior to Association, it is the bouudeu duty of this bor, if you cannot bo with your God.
the ordinary cotton, but its fine lone staple 00dy t0 use al1 practicable means to a- cut, by all means, be nt peace with him
vr avail a uecper inicifsi in vuu onuuay
School cause in this county ; aud we do
recommend, that wherever it be expedient,
we establish Bible Classes, and Sunday
Schools wherever ten pupils can bo got
ten to attend.
liesoloed. 1 hat a committee consisting
of one member from each denomination
here represented be appointed to consider
the ptoprietv of recommending for the use
. r j li i cv l a . l t . i
sufferers. His loss eonisted in the de- Vi ur 1 u"ua oc ,a ",e Aaiernaonai
uniform Lieson system.
Impossible to move by the ordinary moans by SMALLER CONCERNS, it rrqairca
MANY SPECIAL TRAINS to transport ihia COLQSSAL OF ALL EXUI13I-
iLJri, wiycu contamH
THOUSOS OF LIVING ANSALS,
MYRIATS OF RIRTXS,
COLONTE3 OF MONKEYS,
6HOOI5 OF AM Pi 11 HA,
MILES OF UEITILES,
is not its only merit : its yield is much
larger to the acre and the price it demands
Fire in Charlotte. -We regret to
learn that a disastrous fire occurred in
Charlotte on Saturday morning last.
We are sorry to learn that W. J. Yates
of tho Democrat is among the bravest
truction of two stores. The Observer
estimates the entire loss at $17,000. The
suffers are W. J. Yates. J. Mayer, B. N.
John K. Graham read the follow ins: :
Resolved, That the thanks of this Con
vention are due and are hereby tendered
Smi.h, J. L. Brothers & Co. McMurray U l"0 good people of this congregation
tc Davis, Sheriff & Bro., Stenhouse,
McCauley & Co.
Tho fire is now believed to have origi
Our Living and Our Dead.
This valuable publication is now issued
from Raleigh in handsome Magizine form,
and will appear monthly hereafter instead
of weekly as heretofore. It is a publica
tion that should be sustained.
J. K. Burke, Esq. We are glad
to know that the reason this gentleman
was not qualified as Deputy Sheriff at
the last meeting of the County Board, is
that ho could not be present, being kept
away on official duty. Having been re
appointed by Sheriff Waggoner, he has
since qualified as Deputy Sheriff, by .giv
ing bond and taking the oath. He is a
good, reliable officer, and we are glad that
he has been retained.
Eating Saloon. Mr. J. A. Snider
has fitted up a neat Eating Saloon iu the
rear of bis Bar, where meals can be had
at all hours. Mr. Snider will be remem
bered as the proprietor of the Saloon at
which such large numbers were accommo
dated during our last Fair. He is now
equally well prepared to furnish meals to
those who wish it, and he always has the
best the market affords.
and community, for their kindness and
hospitality to the members and visitors
during the session of this Association.
Tbyatira and Unity churches invited
the Association to hold the nest meeting
Tho Coming of the Great Show.
Old John RobbiDSov's Great World's Ex
position, one of the most reliable organiza
tions in Ainerica,witl visit S iliibury Octo
ber 8th. The Show is undoubtedly among
the best known to the amusement .loving
From an exchange we clip the following :
"This vast combination has taken the
citizens of Pittsburgh and Allegheny by
storm. Vast appreciative audiences crowd
the pavillions ct each entertainment. The
exercises in the arena are among the best
witnessed in Pittsburgh. Slickney and
Wilson, and tie great menage act of Miss
EinmaTjake. are witnessed with admiration,
and are worthy the enthusastic and flatter
ing reception accorded them. In fact the
entire eireus is decidedly good, and is pa
tronized in accordance with its merits. The
menagerie is composed of very many speci
mens of rare animals, and the gigantic amuse
ment enterprise is well managed and con
ducted. The company remain but two
days longer, giving, four of their really
pleasing entertainments." John Robinson
is keeping good his promise made the public
of giving them one of the best exhibitions
fusible, and it is no wonder that his show is
Alarming Sins. If I were called to point
out the most alarming sins today those which
are most deceitful in their influence, and most
soul-destroying in their ultimate effects I
would not mention drunkenness with
Lewis Scales, a small colored youth not I fearful havoc, nor gambling with its crazed
having the fear of the law or man before jJJH ,nor h?r,t,77i!h1
I but the love of money on t
his eyes, entered the tin shop of Messrs. the Jove of display on
its hellish orgies:
the part of men, and
the part of women.
, . T . . 1 TT .
vjo io uie sancruary 10-aay. near me
story of devine love, and resolve upon a
better and a truer life.
"The greatest step to heaven is out ol
our door, over our own threshold. It hath
cost many a man his life when his bouse
w.is on nre, a covctousnes? to save some
of the stuff; which, venturing among the
flames to preserve, he has perished him
self. More have loBt their souls by thinks
ing to carrv some of their own stuff with
them to heaven; such a good work or duty;
which they, like lingering Lot. have been
loath to leave in point of confidence; and
have themselves perished.' GumaU.
Niffer W.is., infant son of Rev. W. & P. E.
Kimball, suddenly departed this life last Sun
day, Sept- 13th. 1874. Ho wa ; the darling son j
of the bericvec family, and all who knew him
acquiesced in the opinion that he was a child of
great promise aud taien ts. Bat it seemed
this world could not retain him, 1W while yet
pure and innocent the LiOrd saw nt to take
him Lome toa more blissful abode, where "it is
well with the child forever, " and whe:ei-are and
sorrow shall never como nigh its peaceful
breast." The Lord hath done it, and -'lie doeth
all thiugs well" ''blessed be bis name for
Buying Rates :
CORN new 90 a 95
COTTON 11 a 15
FLOUR $3.25 to 3.50
BACON county) 12 to 15 hog round
POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet $1.00
EGGS 10 to 12J
CHICKENS $2.00 per doz.
LARD 12 a 15.
FEATHERC new, 50.
RYE a 80
WHEAT $1.15 a $1.50.
DRIED FRUIT-6to 01.
Blackberries, 8 10 cts.
80 TO TEXAS
LONE STAR ROUTE !
( International and Great Northern R R)
ft JT mn& T
and better onen than eve.-.
the liEST. Get the stofe
if Tom want one tint will ontlaot nnv o'her. mn.l
that in made of all N K V IKoN.and warranted
to give Hittsiaction X. ariuua fUrle. of cook
ing stoves at a small profit.
Sheet Iron & Carrca Ware made of the
best Materia., on hand or made to order.
Merchant Mipplie at Low I'eicul Cajh
eaiu W all kind of tv;-r, liraMAu. Aak Cur
DrfowN's Tin hl.op Main Street. Saliabarv. N .
C, L. V. Iirown.
I am well preit.ired.to cut cood
for marking Tobacco,: Flor.r Patent article Ac.
M.H.4, X. C. anJ
IsJi W. 1874 fw ,
abai! he promptly
II urine, qualified a if i liaiaJrlfaT OH ll.w
Uterf Unrj A. McJki.iSl.i, I kr'd, J4ter ia
horebv pf Ten tn all furwaw Indebted tn the m-
tatcof.n.l Ai,rV A. McKugbl to make im
me Ji.iie payment ; and ail prrnw bavin rlii
g iirt aaid estate wil! prefect ihtn for
a it within ti.e ti
I' prrect tketa far m
ike wjr tsiw, or t ia
piewdra) tm bar tof their nn jvarr
U. K. RKSE.
The Brown Cotton Gin.
Tkcaltmtiun of planters and others ia i
clledtoihe a'o'e old and j:able maVe ol
Ctton Giu. TLey are fnmiabd Hdawrwar
greatly improved, and uulbinf wkUk si j i r
am i t.irt yeatwia tiicir
Every eron doing upv kind of work or buiti-
neju tliould have a stencil to advcrliae bin bu-i-
uesw, as it is ickn.jw!rl;ul to U- the bct and
cheapert way to let iop! know what yoa are
One mar; with trrcil mnv get a ciiHtoairr,
for you, that will put IIi'nirki of IXiLeaks
in your hand. Try It and yoa will get a co
tom'r you never tluiiarlit of.
MY Pit ICES ARE. LOW. A8 FOMlVf-.
One-fourth inch letters 5 ccnU per letter
One half and 6ve-elghta 6 " " "
Three-fourth A One inch Utter 7 " " "
They may be cnt to any part of the U. 6.
bv mail al a tunall cuM.
Send In vonr order taling ite of letter von
prefer, and the Stencil will be made ncat'v cot
and promptly forwarded.
r uher atreet aubury, N . C
L. V. EROWX.
April 23, 1874 tf.
ucctt La jvi vU nndotit lot
mott reiiaMc and ?erfcct rttoc Gin ia
LA tne reiilt nt otirenrt we i.e. J op)
lheiretablili d r iutati u and
popularit v. rr Tea fctis or WoaXMARaair
BTaasoTH, L)cbai ility. Ln itT Kt XMiso.and
r'ATiTT and vrALiTY of tiar rw ntcki. w
cha'.lftirc cCiprtitn. Wo av Dreai-d la
aa( to any renaoaable extent jrrfKt Mti.
dii u cyt ry planter or ojnvtor. Tata Oiaal
old at tkc iuot poible ptio for ad
macninea. and in re amualile term. TTe iutiia
cvai'iin;.ion i f t'p mr-.i-l in ttr RaJ.d t-t
or local .eent '.m will give all dealred in.
formations: fomih :.!. t vita circular.
d CUMIier.Utol v U :t4 D lloU! I'Silies BfitWaT
the ("in. iu all an tine "f tl r cajtnu plkntirg
ettnntrr Cinnlare Pxiee lut. aa other
informatb n, tumv Ik- btajred 4 ourarents or
by u-bi: S
THE IIEOW.V COTTOX CIX CO
Krw London, Cotn.
Crawford and liciiie Aleuts Balis-
bary N. C.
Workitg rcple. Male or Female, Kan-
plovmcut ai home, $20 per week warraaOvd, mm
capital nrpitrrd. I ar.u -.Jars and Valuable
samples sent free. Address with ermx return
tsmp, I KofM, v illiamlN;ry, Ji. T. 4w
FREE SAMPLE Ag-nta- Ladiwa Cow",
biuation Ncdle-lMMk. with Ckroswna, Smd
sUo.p D?.AN C... N. R. .!f..rd M
EMBRACING THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
NAGrSRIE, AVIARY AND AQTJ ARUM !
IN THE WORLD, CONTAINING LIVING SPECIMENS OF OUB
CREATOR'S GRE1T SSWDHVOKk,
"They went in, two and two, unto Noah info the ark.
The male and the female us God had commanded Noah."
Bakcr & Ncave, a few days ago, laid vio- !le V?n sends ita thoasauds these
' " ' I fAahiAnahlo aa Fsi tt o rn rl mnn brcnnnti aonn ihaiv
itwuiouHuiv caaiva aa y a va j uuuigbiivui tbiiva iuvii
lent bands on oue cake of
carried it off. He was
and taken to the lock up. They begin
Largo Potato. Mr. W. A. Lingle
baa laid on onr table a sweet potato,
weighing five and a half pounds, this
year's growth. If there are any persons
who can beat tbis, let them bring 'em in.
We learn from Mr. Lingle that his crop
this year is quite good, lie- began to
pick cotton last week. Mr. L. is one of
ttatriAna nni an tornmo m
Godcy's Lady's Book for Octo
ber has been received. It is a splendid
number. It contains the prospectus for the
year 1875. The subscription for the next
year will be S3 for single copy with a
handsome chromo given to each subscriber.
Fifteen cents extra must be seut to prepay
postage, as all matter sent through the mails
after the 31st of next December must be
lo response to no morons inquiries we
strain publish a lilt of the officers of the
Passenger going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Bock, or via Shreveport, strike this line
atLoncview. the Best Route in Palestine.
Among which are tho following 8pclal Noveltisi wate wi Oa-inatoa to lxaialt, ar tho
MONEY WILL P.E REFUNDED.
MARK WELL IllESK LINES
We will Exhibit at each place THE GREAT SHOW visits
A HERD OF LIVING GIRAFFES. COSTING $62,000 IN GOLD l OR THE M05EY RE
FUNDED I A BLACK SUMATRA N RHINOCEROS ! OR THE MONEY REFUNDED !
THE LARGEST PERFORMING ELEPHANT IN AMERICA ! OR THE MONEY RE
FUNDED ! A GIANT OSTRICH. 12 FEET HIGH ! OR THE MONEY REFUNDED !
MONSTER SEA LIONS !OR THE MONEY REFUNDED ! A 3 HORNED AND 3 EYED
BOVINE FROM THE HOLY LAND ! TH E ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED 1 OR THE
MONEY REFUNDED ! THESE ARE SPECAL FEATURES THAT ARE NOT OWN
ED OR CONTROLLED BY ANY OTHER TRAVELING EXHIBITION, IN ADDITION
TO WHICH IS THE
All oyer the world can be found Asrenp' of John Robbinson's Great World's Exposition,
ever ready to secure, "reardlftw of ezftenae, any rare living Animsl, Bird, Reptile, or Monster
of the Deep, or Special Artist for the Arenic Deinrtmcnt, that will tend lo make his Great
Combination the Lanrest and Best in the World. Its immense Proportion?, Mammoth Di
menaions and colowal m.icnitutle mark it n the
GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH !
OBSTACLES TO HAttRIAGE.
Harp 7 B elief for Yonnir Men from
ihe effect of Error and Abu in earlv life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments lo Marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Books and Circular sent
free, in sealed envelorte. Addreas, HOWARD
ahmih;latio, n, South rsinth St., Phila
delphia, Pa. an Institution baring a hijrh re
putation for honorable conduct and proAafHiun
Oct. 30, 1373. y.
and Sewing Machine
OF ALL KINDS, AIn NEEDLES, OIL &
TilRhAP, ALSO A LOT OF
Legal and F Is t p
of Different qualities, aUo, several air lea ol
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRENCH AND
Paper and vhrfoos style and sines of
Inlet Pen Penrlles &r,
also a large lot off Morgan's
Stereoscopic Views of the
' NORTH CAROLINA
IXTork At h tnr male, or fenta;
for all w.k. day i.r evenmaT- No Capital.
W- send valuable parkac of (rda by mail
free. Address with six cent rwiorn vtasafs
M. YOliaa. Greenwich Su, N. Y. 4w
AGENTH f.r the
Selling Artielea in the World 2 00 worth
of samples given sway to thoas who will sw-
eome at; nt. J. UR1DE & CO-, 767 Browa-
y. N. Y. 4w
START IN LIFE
Tlie Unitod States PoblinhingCo.
J.i ( nirmnty, fine ffem Jar.
Want Aceata erorvwhr for the following :
Sl'IKl l OF THE HOLY BIBLE. Edited
by Frank Moor. An elegant 8v 600 pp.,
5(10 Engraving from the Ola Masters.
Price. 5 00.
hi'cawnr finn 1 a i i j::-- ni
u.ouBanua io oerumou. xaey sear vne Hearni, Waco, Austin, Hanteville, Houston.
persued, caught, ,?2S iSj SLSS Gal vaston and all points in Western, Central
mu.. hie shell of worldiness, debauch the affections Vaatarn anA stur n Taa
from ever high and heavenly object, and make
man or woman the worshipper of self. While
doing all this, the poor victim is allowed by
public opinion to think himself or herself a
Christian ; while tne drunkard, the gambler or
the prostitute is not deceived by such a thought
for a moment. Jh-. Vroaby.
The Valuk of Extradition Laws. A
curious exemplification of the value of extra
dition laws was furnished in the courts yester
day by the arrest of a merchant charged with
burglary committed at Stockholm in July last.
The man confessed his crime, and will probably
be sent back to Sweden to stand his trial. W ith
the progress of enlightenment dishonest people
may probably discover that roguery docs not
pay. Nothing is more likely to exercise a
restraining influence on the dishonest than the
knowledge that wherever they go they remain
subject to capture.
Maj. M, D- L- McLeod.Messrs. Wit
kowsky A Rintels have secured the services o
this estimable and popular gentleman, as Man
ager of their Retail Department, Ma. McLeod
is well known in this community, and largely
through out the Carolina, as a thorough busi
ness man : a clever, courteous gentleman-
and an exemplary christian. He served gal-
lantlv in the army as Major of the 1st rs. C.
Cavalry, in Gen. Gordon's brigade. He has
for a number of years been residing at Rock
Hill. 8. C : and his many friends cordially
welcome him back to his old home. Charlotte
T. W. Keen
P. A. Frcrcks,
A. H. Boy don,
B. t . Rogers,
First Vice President.
Second " "
Secretary & Treasure
T. W. Keen,
P. A. Frercks,
A. H. Boyden,
D. L. Brintrle.
John A. Snider.
J. O. White,
J. 8. McCubbioa.
H. G. Boat.
Andrew Barger, J.A- McConnangkey.j April 23, 1873 tf.
Eastern and Southern Texas.
Passongers via New Orleans will find it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mincola, Dallas, Overton,
Crockette, 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, Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air brakes. Mil
ler's Patent Safely Platforms and Couplers ; and
nowhere else can the passenger so completely
depend on a speedy, safe and comfortable jour
The LONE STAR ROUTE has admirably
answered the query : "How to go to Texas f
bv the publication of an interesting and truth.
ful document, containing a valuable and correct
map. which can be obtained, free of charge by
addressing the GENERAL TICKET AGENT
International and Great Northern Railroad
350 ACRES LAND
We will expose to public sale, on the 26 day
of Sept. 1874, at the residence of the late
David H. Patterson, all that Tract of land (350
acres mere or less) lying on Witherows creek,
is in a high state of cultivation ; the other
half is native forest. There are several fine
bottoms on it, all necessary building, well
At the same time and place another Tract
1,000 Living Wild Beasts and Rare Bird.
Diminutive Ponies. 1 ,000 Men and Horses.
5.000 Animate and Inanimate Curiosities. CO
40 Musicians. 100 Male Performers. 80 Lady
5. Golden Cbariote, costing $10,wu
adioinimr Nathan Neely, Milton
others. About one-half of this valuable
We are Agents for the sale of Burdicks N A- of 62 acres, lying on Sill's creek, adjoining J.
TIONAL FEED CUTTER" and take pleasure B. Parker and others. This Tract is mostly
in offering it to the public as the very best in bottom land in high cultivation. All necessary
nr. . a ! J? I a. 11
Riders, Buropeon Celebrities. 50 Cages of Wild Beaata
DAILY EArJJiiNlill'UKK 9,000.
Over 50 Cages of Rare Animals, in addition to wbiCh the Rhinoceros. Giant Ostriches, Girafle
Hippotami, Sea Lions, Elands, Hartbeasts, 1'acihc heals, xaks Herds, of Sacred Cattle, and the
wonderful Three-Horned and Three-Eyed Bovine from the Holy Land, are specialties only to
be seen in this Great World's Exposition.
GRAND o I Utah. I PAGEANT
A scene of splendor and dazzling magnificence, not witnessed oftener than once in a life time
liiving Anions ana riser juootc ia tne street
A dbmlav of over 2 miles in length introducing an endlecs number of brilliant and beautiful
decorated CAGES, DENS, TANKS, and VANS, containii
me. it cuts rapiaiy, u easy to torn, is strong
ly built in every part, and not likely to get ou
of repair. Call and examine for yourselves
and convinced. We are also Agents for the
celebrated "WATT PLOW," and keep an est
sortment of them constantly on hand.'
FOSTER & HOBAH.
buildinars. but small.
tknT" Terms, cash, I in 6 months, and the
remainder in 12 months. Tittle with roll pay
ment. J. M. HARRISON,
J. M. PATTERSON,
Admre. of Jane L. & F. E. Patterson dee'd.
August 13, 1874 tf.
BIRDS, REPTILES, and SEA MONSTERS
TWO BRASS BANDS.aFC
DOORS OPEN AT iflpO
containing my vast collections of BEASTS,
AND 6:30 P. M.
rill visit every
MITS TO THE ENTIRE ENTERTAINMENT
nd Village of note in the States of Vinrinia and North
. . &ept!7.
Will visit every Town an
Carolina. i .
Don't forget the date Salisbury Thursday, October. 8th 1874
Yoscmite and etner noted placet which
are truly magnificent.
also a stock of superior
Which will be void low at Sinawr Sewinc
Machine Store on South side main Street, n
the Public Square.'
OUR FIRST HUNDRED YEARS.
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Are you so Languid that any exertio re
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Then try J ITRL rtETi A . too wonnarfal U nte
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the secretive organ: a to mijn vigor to ail
tbe vital foM-e.
It is im a'enbnlic appetlset, ahMl athesUte
for a chnrt time, on! v to let tbe snfiVrer Call te
a low depth of misery, bet it is s
tori- acting dtrectir nnthe Lvcr an
It rrguIaUs tbe I'owelr. quiela tbe
and gives such a healthy tece to the v
system s to stmn maks tbe invalid
tike a new person.
Its operation is not viojent, hat is elwfart
ited by great gentlrnMsi ; the patient tap
iences no sodcn rhange. no marled leeahs
bat gradnallr bis treobJse
"Fold their tents, tike the Araea,
And silentiy steal aay.M
This is no sew untried discovery, but has
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