i a . -m -w mm n w wm . n a v. n n - i r- pnaiiin n n n. r .m ifi.t i . . - hi - -i . . -
I urnn I I 4lil ll 1 1 1 1 ill it II A l mu a uoun nr. a buiciiuiu m v iiim tn muof una no a i ari ti.a nnhiaai nm. I m n mm m w i
lit li 1 I II u wi u 1. ft. 1J Ul u u I . ..... - w -m -v uiv- uurniaouvu fcuvj uuviEat n T IK. n n I ft. VI Jl&.iri.t-lllvri(. .
M HO e .
The Hickory Fair will be held on the
lltb, l2U,fc 13th of November, id will
We understand Mr. W. L. Keatler ha
v.Kt the roDrtr on corner of Fieberf
Pictures Mr Broadway, a splendid art
ist is making better pictures than we have
evr seeu made here before. 'See his ad."
We notice, Hi addition to the SalUbury
bar, attending our Court, Messrs. WtUoq
H. 0. Jons & Brown, of Charlotte,
and A. M. Smith & Clement from Mocldh
i sayiiijr, but it nevertheless suits us just
to whom honor is due is s trite
mw mr m ft . 1
ind Lee streets. i lng " repwrea
am . a
i al whose of the Moon will take
rises early in the morning of Sunday
95th lost. It will be visible throughout
tbe United 8utes.
Mr JAalah Turner. Sr.. father of the
MmM W ww- y r W
nllaot Editor of the Sentinel, died at his
home in Orange county last week. He
wis 93 years of age.
Mr. Allison, a carpenter, fell from the
top of s new building, on the 1 4th inst,
at Charlotte, and was instantly killed.
G roc cries -The largest stock of
Groceries ever yet received bare, are to be
sen at Bingham & Co's.
Pouring In. Machinery and other
things lor the Fair are pounng in from
Thanks. -On behalf of our citizens
we offer to the newspapers of Raleigh
Otaavy thanks for tba kind notices msde
of our excellent Band.
New Millinery. Mrs. Correll and
MiM. Forney have juat received a new
stock of millinery goods Store at the old
Mansion House corner.
is arranging a band-
lr Macheuics Hall
now in the reference we which to make
Fair. From the
officers have all
to the officers of
shown a commendable seal and deserve
great credit for the earnest efforts they
have out forth to make the Fair a success.
Wi'hout drawing invidious distinction,
we desire to say that Mr. B. F. Rogers, L
him to meet unabashed the noblest wo-
wau, and an undisputed place in good
society. He may have a dirty imagina
tion, or one that hates and spurns all
impurity as, both disgusting and poison- Slater, of Salisbury
ous. in oner, he may be a man. with a
man's powers and immunities or a sham
of a man, a white sepulchre, conscious
that he carries with him his own dead
bones, aud all uncleanliuess. It is a
matter entirely of choice. He knows
what one lift is, and where it ends. Ue
knows the essential quality and certain
destiny of the oibe-. The man who says
he cannot, control himself not only lies,
but place his Maker in blame. He can
control himself, and, if he does not, ho is
both a furl and a beaut. The sense of
Ontheereni'njrof0ct.,2h, at 8t. Lake's
Chnrch, Salisbury, by tba Rector, Mr. Lee
waiter Hasten, of Salem, . to sliss. Adelia
On the 15th of, Oct. 1974, y BT. H. M.
Brown, at t!i reaideuce of ihe bride's father
Miss Mary C. Rrider and Otis C. Wuodsua,
all of Rowan eo., N. C
DEATH OS JACOB XRIDER, ESQ.
We regret to learn that Mr. Jacob K rider.
rui v .. , i. i. .i: i ....
'in"B, wiwio iOi, meu at mw resi
dence on Friday last. He was .36 yearn old
Highly respected by all who knew him, and
dearly beloved bv his intiunte frinA -...i
security and purity and self reeoect that I neigbbors he hadeiarud in the furor .f .11
comes of continence, enterutined for a sinele f11; at ibelievel, in the acceptance of
the excellent secretary, has acted
part ably and well, and
thanks of our citizens.
day, is worth more than the illicit pleas
urea ot a world tor all time. Ihe pure in
Heart see God in everything, and see
litn everywhere, and they arc supremely self.
Mr. J. U. HeiHg
tnuie fample board
at the Fair Grounds.
Good Music for our Fair. - The
Salisbury Cornet Band has been employ
ed to furnish the music for our Fair, and
ws can therefore promise a first class ar
Apple Vinegar. Mr. A. L. John
son lias shown us a specimen of pure
applet Vinegar which is as fine as we have
He has about six hundred
this vinegar, and can supply
Urge or small quantities on short notice
We learn from gentlemen who were at
the Stats r air thin year tnat it waa ouite
s uesess. The articles ou exhibition were
folly equal, if not superior, to those of last
year. The crowd was also good.
Died in tb in place on the 9th, ult. Mr.
Lawrence, a highly respected citizen.
He had been confined to his room for
ereral weeks by rheumatism, when he
was takeu with pneumonia which caused
his death, in the sixtieth year of his sge.
The Salisbury Cornet Band
played two days last week at the State
Fair, sod it is the opinion of all compe
tent judges who heard them, that no bet
ier mueic waa ever enjoyed in. Raleigh.
AH music loving ladies sud gentlemen
WStS perfectly delighted.
Hotice The Secretary of our Fair,
Kr li. F. Rogers, will be at his office on
tba Fair grounds on Monday afternoon
October 26th, for the purpose of receiving
satries, and it is desirsble that parties
who can do so will make their entries on
that day, to avoid the crowd on the next,
Dioesae of North Carolina, Bishop Lyman's
Dec. 3. Flat River, Orange Co.
V SV Leaksrille, Rockingham Co.
" 7. Mountain Chapel
" 9. Lexington, Davidson Co.
10. Salisbury, P. If.
" 11. B. Andrews, Rowan Co.
. .. .1 F. J. M.
Btodwell Brothers No. 17 Murray street
Nsw York are now receiving a fresh stock
e Boots and Shoes, gotten up expressly
: fer tfonb Carolina trade. Our old friend
if t 1p if i . .
.. rj. noose so long xnown in mis
Male is still with them and will be hap-
aaa 4. Lf f I m '
yj w iee on menas and customers st
Ko.v 17 Murray, or receive and fill their
The Rev. D. Likdley. returned mis,
sionary from South Africa, delivered a
most interesting lecture in the Presbyte
rian Church, Monday evening last, to a
large and most attentive audience. He
went to Africa in .1834, and now, after a
life spent in labors for the redemption of
the heathen of that benighted land, returns
to tell ns in what condition he found them
and in what condition he left them. Truly
bis story is a wonderfnl one, and well cal
culated to encourage and rejoice the hearts
of all those; who have aided in- the work
of foreign missions. It shows us that it
is possible to lift up men from the lowest
depths of ignorance, superstition and filth,
and wake them to newness of life.
Mystery or the Lakes. Lake Erie
is only sixty or seventy feet deep but
Lake Ontario, which im 592 feet deep,, is
230 feet below the tide level of ocean, or
as low as most parts of the Gult of St
Lawrence ; and the bottom of Like Huron
Michigan and Superior, ait hough the
surface is much higher, are all from their
vast depth, on a level with the bottom
Ontario. Now, as the discharge through
the River Detroit after allowing for tin
probabU pdrtioc rarried off by eva;ora
lion, does not appear by au means equa
to the quantity of water which the three
wou, to whose service be dedicated bimself
many years ago.
The deceased waa Captain of a company in
the war of 1812, ahd served with credit to hira-
i j n t . l i : . .
inr nfi.i.nie m me i'riiei primers in
The Toirti Great Annual Fair if
Western North Carolina will be
HELD IN SALISBURY OCT. 27TM, 28TH,
29TH, 30TH. & 3 1ST, OCT.. 1874.
The Exhibition promiocw to be the randeat
ever seen in the Western part of the State.
New and Improved
AGRICULTURAL 1UPLEMKN1 8
of all description and fine blooded Stock of
ll l?n r - m m ... - mrw
an kioos wum oe on exhitniton from everv
part of the country. Trial of Speed every e'ay
and the fact tuat
Fifteen Hundred Dollars
in Premium are offered in thin department
alone wlil insure ome of the 6net racing ever
candle in wbtch millions of men have
singed themselves, and destroyed both
body and soul. Mere the signs of danger
thia State, having carried out the business in
Wine and strong drink from another ilm PIace' more. th,an py-fi?e y He
mi . leaves a lare crcle of relanons and frier.H an
cherish his memory and reflect his virtue.
een in litis
In the Centre of business on Main 8 tree
SALISBURY, N. C.
uwtt, thai 1 ham
THOnOCOHLT BEMOODLKD THE M N ATIOR AX"
POR THE SUMMER SEASON !
BOOXt CHMMID W. V BT1LATED
WMptied wik eoeryikirngthtt A Her mmrkeU
Thia Hooae baa gained a reputation eo nd
to none in the Conntrv, nd the FrprietrcM
will keep it up IN FIRST CLASS STYLJS.
Poliit ami txptriewti SerfnnU mUndancc.
MRS. OK. REEVES,
Juno 11. 1874 tt
Man tpd lev, lira
The AaaocUUon h under the natiil mti
tninni, aii of weaan are asaeavd
by lira afoekboldera ad two a,v.,,en kj tA
Ooeernor of irviaia.
Ren it la nee fur irckoM amsy bo ssaoe r
ngton, D. CL, or by rvjrjtreO In tr.c-
to in . James ha nturR.
11'. F 4ltxmmter r. t
Rtfercncva, by prrr.Jcu : II i Eltel
t'i fvrwi per, . mTbi ll.; i
Lzeeilenrv liilKn I' .ikr Ri4.ninU(
Of Va. ; if.m. RuU. E if her. U.l. ( . r
or of Va. and V. S. Nuwr inh ; lit. R,v7
art W. Hnghea. Jodpe Latere D-lri-t of Va.;
Sen Mora and ! nb-r ul ('fiee (reoa Va.
For fall parUi-ularn, ieraiaM4MiSat A, mnrl
Addrsa HON. J Al'K 1' U iO R
All affections of the
are more apparent than in the other form I diabetes, gravel and Bright' diceaae are peed'
of sensuality, because there is less secrecy. lif eradicated by Kearney's Extract Buchu.
en space, where l?T Mtf depot,
w eilLhind and 104 dlune Strft' New Ywt h7 drogginta
r siu behind, and eTerywhere. Advice gratis;' bj phyrtciS in
It pays a prtueely attendance. v .
Buying- Rates :
CORN new 60 a 70
COTTON -11a 13
FLOUR $3.25 to 3.50
MKAL 80 a $1.
BACON county) 15 to 16-hog round
POTATOES -Irish 90 a Sweet $1.50
EGGS 16 to 2d.
CHICKEN $2.50 per do.
LARD -16 a 20
FEATHER? -uew. 50.
RYE a 80
WHEAT -$1.15 a SI .50.
BUTTER 25 to 30.
DRIED FRUIT-5to &.
Blackberrie, 8 cts.
I he caudle burns in open space, where
all men can see it. Law
sanctions its burning. It pays a princely
revenue to the government. Women
fl mut thoir eauzes in fit. Clergy men
sweep their lobes through it. Respecta
bility Uses it to light its banquets. In
many regions of this country it is a high
ly respectable candle. Yet, every year,
sixty thousand persons die of intemper
ance ; and when we think ot the blasted
lives that Hve in want and misery, of
wives in despair, of loves bruised aud
blotted out, of children disgraced, of alms
houses filled, of crimes committed through
its influence, of industry extinguished, and
ot disease engendered, and remember that
this has been going on for thousands of
years, wherever wine has been known,
what are we to thiuk of men who still press
into the fire ? Have they any moie sense
than the moths t It is almost enough to
shake a mau's faith in immortality to learn
tli. t be belongs to a race that manifests,
so little seuse, aud such hopeless reck
lessness. There is jnst one way of safety, and
only one, and a young man who stands
at the beginning of his career can choose
whether he will walk in it, or in the way
of danger. There is a notion abroad
uan oi ine country, i ne pre
mium in every department are liberal, and
NO ENTRANCE FEE IS CHARGED ON
ANY ANIMAL OR ARTICLE
for exhibition except in the Trial of Speed.
i oi i dune to i ve our county hxliihitnr a
lair chance to riipl.iv the fruit of their indua
try witWt any rik of Loa, and every body
ia invite-! to Enter anything which may be
thought worthy of Notice in the industrial por-
Ruiw. ine omect ot the rair m m benefit th
Farmer and Mechanic of the county by bring
ing to their notice new and improved breed of
fttock and implement of Labor.
No Gambling will K lrmiltul nn tho
Ground. I if you want one that will outlaat any other.
Arrangementa will be made to accommodate lhl.u' mde of all NEW IRON, and warranted
all who may attend with Board and Lodging at Te "cton Xc. Vartuua atyJea, of
Single adm'iion 50 oant
For Further particnlara inquire of any of the
officers of the association
THOS. W. KEE2T. Pies
B. F.ROfiERa Sec.
and better ones than eves
Come now and get the BEST. Get the
upper akes receive, it Das
lured that a subterranean river
from Laka Superior, by the Huron, to
Lake Ontario. This conjecture is not.
improbable, and accouuts for the singular
fact that solmou and herring are caught
in aU the. botes eoinmnoicatitig with the
St. Lawrence, lu . no other. As the Falls
ol Niagara must have always existed it
would nuzzle the naturalist to say how
a 'r. w
these fish got into the upper lakes without
some sycti subterranean river ; moreover,
any periodical obstruction of the river
would furnish a not improbable solution
of the mysterious flux and reflux ot the
Moths in the Caudle.
Every moth learns for itself that the
candle burns. Every night, while the
candle lasts, the slaughter goes ou, aud
leaves its wingless and dead around it.
The light is beautiful, and warm, and at
tractive ; aud unscared by the tit ad, the
foolish creatures rush into ihe flames, and
drop, hopelessly singed, their little lives
It has been supposed that men have
reaeou, and a moral sense. It haa been
supposed that tbey observe, draw-couclu-
siont, andJearu by experience. Indeed,
they have been in tbo harm of looking
down upon the animal world as a group
of inferior beings, aud as subjects of com
miseration on account of its d efe nee legs
nee, yet there is a large class of men,
reproduced by every passing generation,
that do exactly what the moths do, aud
die exactly as the moths die. They learn
nothing by observation or experience.
Tbey draw no conclusions save those
which are fatal to themselves. Around
a certain class of brilliant temptations
they gather, night after utght, and with
singed wings or lifeless bodies, they strew
the giound around them. No instructions,
no expostulation, no observations of
ruin, no sense of duty, no remonstrances
of conscience have any effect upon them
If they were moths in fact they could
not be sillier or more obtuse. They are,
among men that wine is good that when
properly used it has help in it that in a
certain way it is food. We believe that
no greater or more fatal hallucination
ever possessed the world, and that none
so great ever possessed it for so long a
Wine is a medicine, and men would
take no more ol it than any other mdi
cine, if it were not pleasant in its taste,
and agreeable in its first effects. Th.
men who drink it, drink it ti c in je they
like it. The theories as to its beuutifuiness
come afterwards. The world cheats it
self, aud tried lo cheat itself in thi thing;
and the priests who prate of ''using thi
world as not abusing it," and the chemists
who claim a sort of nutritious property in
alcohol which never adds to tissue (!) and
the men who make a jest oi water drink
ing, all known perfectly well that wine
and strong drink always have done more
harm than good in the world, aud always
will until that millennium comes, whose
feet are constantly tripped from under it
by the drunkards that lie prone in its path.
The millennium with a grogshop at every
com r is juit as impossible as security
with a burglar at every wiudow, or tu
every room of the house. AU men know
that dnuk is a curse, yet young men
sport around it as if there were scmethiug
very destrable in it, aud sport uuMl they
are Hopelessly stuzea, ana tuen ioiu
. ft a
tne ereat, saa army tuat, witn un
diminished numbers, presses on to certain
We do not like to become an exhorter
in these columns but, if it were necessary,
we would plead with young men upon
weary knees to touch not the accursed
thing. Total abstiueuce, now and forev
er, is the only guaranty in existence against
a drunkard's life and death, and there is
no good that can possibly come to a man
by drinking. Keep out of the candle.
It will always singe your wines or de
siroy yon. - Dr. J. G. Holland, in Scrib
net for October.
they act like
GO TO TXAS
LONE STAR ROUTE I
(International andGreat Nortiierx R"R)
Paenger3 going t Texns via Memphis and
Little Buck, or via Shreveport, strike thr line
at Longview, the Best Konte in Palestine
Hearne, Waco. Austin, 1 luuUville, HoukIoii.
Ualvaaton and all point in Western, Central,
Eastern atul Southern lexas.
Ponen vi;i New Orleans will find it the
Ret Konte -to Tyler, Mineota, Dalla, Overton,
Crockette, Longview nd all points in Eastern
ami iortheatern lexa.
This line i well built, tlioroughlv equipped
with ever' modern improvement, including
New ai d Llv;srti Iy t'oaehc, Pullman Palace
.Sleeping C:ir, Weatiphone Air Brake, Mil
ler Patent Safety Pl.itlortu-:n:l Coupler ; and
nowhere else can. the passenger su completely
depenu on a peeoy, sale and corun rtable jour
The LONE sYXR RCKTE has admirably
answered the query : "llow t go to Texas r
hy the publication of an interesting and truth,
ful document, containing a valuable and correct
map, which can le obtaiiVd, fre of charge by
addressing the Ci KX EKAL TICK h'i AGENT
International and Great Northern Kail road
District E. 1
jng stoves at a small profit.
TIN W ABE,
Sheet Irok & Coffer Ware made of the
BEST Material, on band or made to order.
Merchant minplied at Low Pan-La. Cash
rain for all kind of Copper, Braaa 4c Aak fur
Brown's Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury, N.
, i-- . Drown.
I am well prepared to cut good
PUBLIC SALE OF
M3 LL PROPERTY.
Will be sold on ThuradaT the llh of No- J?r markin Tobacco, Flour Patent articles &c.
mber next, on the prerotaea, at 10 o'clock dw,n ,f work ? im
Rrliahk agnu w.-i.ti.'d ritralnitr
O0L 1, I74 ly.
Workinjr Ztortt Male or Peaaak,
ploymenl at lioaae, etO per arrwk warrasaa as
ipiul requirrd. Pansrulaa r.,i raliaabiw-
sample rnt frte. Addrm with 6 rmi rrtura '
stamp, C Koa. Wil'.iatsLu nr. ICt Y. 4 w
-AGKNTS U r tW Haw
SelliBg ArtirW in tU VV-tld t! UU wrl'..
"f sinple icivn aay U ib..- wil bar
none acenta. J. UKIbE & CO.. 7ti7 Broad
way. N. Y. a 4m
Buy your foruuure direet
And Save 55 t.
A. M, the
BOW AN MILLS,
UOWJN COUNTY X. C.
Wheat & Cora .Mi I In:
This property ia situated 3-4 of a mile from
Third Creek Station on the Western N. C.
Kail Road. It consist of 75 acre of excellent
Land, a large Mill House well filled with ex
cellent Machinery, two fine Dwellings, and
various necessarv oul-laiildinga. The main
building of the Mill Houae is 38 X 40 feet,
FOUK stories high. The Engine houae, frame
building, i 18 X 40 feet. The L, 20 X 60
feet, 2 storie high. The main building contains
two run of Burrs and Corn Rock, with machin
ery, complete. Capacity of Burr Mill, 40
barrel per day. Corn Mill, 15 boshela per
hour. These mills are constructed with refer
ence to the beat poible results a to quality of
work. Tlie Engine is an SO horse-power, tubu
lar boiler, 68 2 1-4 inch flue, 20 feet long.
THEJ.iK AT'ON Is IS THK FIXEST WHEAT
and Corn-G row ing Sect ion of the State Furnace
Wood, $1.50 a cord.
neas should have a stencil u advertise hi bui-
neas, as it ia acknowledged fo be the beat and
cheapest way to let people know what you are
One mark with tencil mav get a customer,
for you, that will pat Ik sukei of Dollars
in your hands. Try it sod rou will get a cus
tomer you never thought of.
MY PRICES ARE LOW, AS FOLLOWS,
One-fourth inch letter 5 cent per letter
One half aod five-eighta
Three-fourth A One inch letters 7 " u u
Tbey may be sent to any part of tba U. S.
by mail at a small cost.
Send in your orders slating site of letters you
prefer, and the Stencil will be made neatly col
and promptly forwarded. I
Fisher street Salisbury, Nj C.
April 23. 1874 tf.
and Sewing: Machine
The L U occupied by machinerv for manu
facturing HANDLE S HANDLE
FACTORY and turnso.it 40 doaen handle per
uay. i ne machinerv is of coh1 nuaJitv anrl in
goxt working order. Handle Timber, HICK
ORY w OOD, in great abundance, easily and
cheaply obtained Cord Wood, delivered
at the Mill $150.
Dwelling:), & other Houses t
t8 There are two excellent Dwelline
Mouse comprised in thi tironertv : One new
frame building feet front, with veranda, and
passage through the center, a room on each
side an L, 30 feet, two rooms with veranda, and
pantry and cook house. The other Dwelling ia
20S6 feet with veranda, pantry, and cook bonae
all in complete onler good out-house, com-
pning emoae or meat houses, Stabling for four
horse and iwo cowa, and a pump at the door.
CP Thia property ia to be sold for diviaion,
one of the firm having retired and the other
being unable to own and continue the business
Walnut Parh.r Suits. Ken or Hair Cloth
enntaininc v?a pia .90 01
Walnut Bedroom Suits. Marble
tainiog ten pieces.. ..........
Beautiful Painted Cottag- fl
plete ! 19 00
ALSO. A MAGNIFICENT VARIETY Of
HIGH COST W0B1L
Full Catalouge andprjc ofallmv Scocm saaat
by Mail, frea on applicatioa. Writ for acta.
- mm i m
Cotton, Limber, Bom rmm-
Ti reman, Walton & Co
97 North Lombard St.,
Send for Price Current.
4w Refer lo Bank of Conmere
All be given in the
December 31, 1874,
for the nurnnae rsf ereelinor an
' ' lit will be sold to the hihsest bidder. Parties
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE. iSSVrrJl '.hd T u"SZ
day. It ia not ex pert ed, in the present condi
tion ot tinancial aUaira, that it will sell for its
full value, so that the purchaser will be likelv
to get a bargain. Sale positive. Letters of inquiry
will be promptly answered
CF TERMS OF SALE One half CASH
on the first day of January, 1875, when full
possession will be given ; and the balance in
twelve month, at 8 percent, interest from Jan
uary, llwo. line reserved until 11 payment.
when a good and sufficient Deed will be given.
EMMEB.T & BEQ.
Rowan Mills. N. C Oct. 6th. 1874.
The Grand GWt is the
GRAND CA$J GIF1
$10,0 0 0.
OF ALL KINDS, ALSO NEEDLES, OIL A
lilKLAU, ALisU A LOT Or
Legal and Fools Cap
of Different qualitiea, also,1 several styles ot
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRENCH AND
Paper and various styles and sizes of
Inkt Pens Pearlies r.,
also a large lot off Morgan s
Stereoscopic Views of the
A Com role te Outfit Free!
We wtot t rcMWauuT ia rvcry mmkm .
liood to uke orders and deliver goods for osr
GREAT C. O. D. 8 ALE of Stspla Family
Good. The aval popular and bat
making btuwiness in America, lor voting
male or female, at home or traveling,
cash profits, a complete omftt. samples of
lists, circulars, etc , OEM I- Kr.h to ai
dreaa. Addreaa ALU EN, II ALL A
4 w 6 N Howard 8c. Bshi re.
Coughs, Colds Horseness.
Real Estate Glfla,
Mm. Terrell, Fashionable Milliner
wd Dress Maker, on Main Street. Is
now prepared to do any hind of Dress
work, cutting and fitting, furnishing
patterns, 0 U the alest style. Also
Milhuerj, Uir work, Staaiping, Braid
ing and Embroidery prepared at abort
otiee. Will be pleated to sea aod serve
11 who may faror her with a eall. Alan.
tW "Weed" Sewing Macbinea for Sale,
.Cbetpeat and beat Machine in ue.
a we them. Oct. 22, 2tms.
Ooiicert will be given at Merooey's
H three nights next week. A part of the
Proceeds will be given to the Oxford Or
Aiylum. We take the following
Mag. J ag. Ma At and G rkax British
Up Amu, A mm
' performed last evening at
ywpieto a fine Broadway audience.
-w landing the intense beat the
.rB w crowded to its
was so far
Mar to what ll.. - r
,. mj CHWIltr Ul irTfTI-
1.. m. . . .
K niliu. .1 . . .1 .
- -r are mai tun people ept rneir
Mr. and Mrs.
T77" "goout me evening
tf ery fine and deserves the
Jl patronage of Theatre going people.
Jjreat Britbb Quartette are, in tlx
"7e the immortal Artetntia Ward,
Hr7 'mraenif . 'f heir rendition of the
jwwjaa (Jhoms waa superb, In fact, it
. T.erv enterUinmsnt. and worth v
w ff "
indeed, so far under the
their animal natures that
animal, and sacrifice themselves iu flames
that the world's experience has shown to
be tat ul .
A single passion, which need not be
named, turt her than to say that, when
hallowed by love and a legitimate gift of
life to life, it is pure as any passion of the
eoul, ia one of the candles around which
the human moths lie in myriads of dis
gusting deaths. If auy thing has been
proved by the observation aud experience
of the world it is that licentiousness, and'
all illicit gratification of the passion in
volved in it, are killing siqs against a
mini's owtt nature, that by it the wiuga
an; not only singed, but tody aud snui
are degraded and spoiled. (Jot ot all il
licit indulgence come weakness, a pet ver
ted moral naluie, degradation ot cuarac
ter, groos beastliness, benumbed sensibili
ties, a disgusting life, and a disgraceful
death. Before its baleful fire the sanctity
of womanhood fades away, the roma cc
of lite dies, and the beautiful world looaes
all its charm. The lives wrecked upon
the rock of sensuality are strewn in every
direction. Again and again, with endlees
repetition, young men yield to the song
of the siren thai beguiles them to their
death. Tbey learn nothing, they see
nothing, they know nothing but their
wild desire, and on they go to destruction
and tbe devil.
Every young man who reads this arti
cle has two lives before him. He may
throw himself away on a few illegitimate
delights, which cover bis brow with shame
in the presence of his mother, and become
an old man before his time, with all the
wine drained out of bit life ; or be may
grow up into a pare, strong maubood,
held in healthy relation to all the joys
that pertain to that high estate. Ho may
be a beast in his heart, or be may have a
wife whom be worships, children whom
Jhe delights in, e telf-res pert wkieb enables j 5l :3t
If the Druggist offers any kind of herb-
flavored alcohol for dyspepsia, biliousness.
or auy other ailment, tell him that you want
medicine, not a oar-roost arm. Ask him
for Dr. Walker's California Bitters.
tbe best regulating preparation known, aid
which you know is free from ' Satan i him,
Reject all jhefiery Tonics" and Appetizers,
and. cling to rthatemedr. There ia no medi
cine that compares with it. 4w
I am now prepared lo take Pictures of any
style. I am locnted just thia side of Meroneys
Hall in a splendid cloth House, and have the
best light I ever saw. Call -and examine for
yourselves. J. S. 3UOADWAY.
Oct. 22, 1874 Artis
. Farmers' Commission Home.
Will ship your Cotton to any market desired
and make liberal advances on it. We are de
termined to make this vour market for cotton,
and produce. Prompt attention given to all or
ders, and consignment.
We have the agency of six first class Life and
Fire Insurance Companies of New York, and
shall be pleased to serve our friends at the low
Office in Store Vanderford A Wyatt.
near Market House
T. J. Foster A BroAdpield.
Salisbury Oct, 13th 1874. 51: 1 tn.
LOST POCKET BOOK.
The undersigned was robbed of his pocket
book, Thursday, Oct. 8th, iu Salisbury con
taining a small amouut iu money, aud the
One note on - Andrew J Mowery, for $50.
dated iu January 1874, payable to N ti Bar
ringer. One Mortgage by George Hob&ou, colored,
to secure $60, with credits reducing claim to
20. Some tax receiuts. Ac.
Will pay $5 for tbe papers aud iu forma
tion of tbetbjef,
Only 100.000 tickets to be issued.
Price of Tickets, $250.
For fi ether particulars, address the
Manager, Box 8, Greensboro, X. C.
O. P. MLXDENHALL,
Sept. 10. 1874-8w.
Of all the remediss extant for Bright' dii
diabetes, gravel, and all auectiohs of the biad'
der and kidneys, in male or female, Kearnev's
Extract Bftcnn is the mol reliable and efnea-
ious. No one should be without it. Depot,
04 Duane Street, New York. Physician in
ttendance. Advice gratiai , , .
SECOND AND LAST
GRAND GIFT C0NCER
IN AID OF THE
Masonic Relief Association
DAT POSITIVELY FIXED.
THURSDAY. 1UTH NOVEMBER.
Yosemite and rther noted places wbkh
are truly magnificent.
also a stock of superior
Which will be aold low at Sinper Sewinr
W 1 ' 5. C3 . t I
asacnine more on ptutn sme main street,
the Public Square.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
PUT TP ONLY -IN BLUE BuIEH.
AT&XSD and BOTUD XLBBKXS
Sold by Dmnjtsl.
wiij. nr a
FIRST MORTGAGE PREMIUM
Authorised by lbs Legislature of the But mt
First Prsslmss nwiag tsyt. T U74
CAPITAL PREMIUM. - - $100,000
Addrt-N for bunds and lull informal ioo,
MOKUKMUAU, BRUSO A CO,
Financial Ajrrnu, 23 PARK ROW. N. Y.
P. O. Drawer 23. Aindeeahtms far Asawj ra
HAVE YOU TRIED
The Biwii ueuon Gin.
The attention of planters and others is again
c" lied to the above old and reliable make oi
Cotton Giu. They are furnished thise year
greaply improved, and nothing which exper
ence of thirty years in ihcir manufacture could
suggest has been lett undone-to ntake toeni the
inot reliabla and perfect Cotton Gin in market.
As the result of onr efforts we need only refer ta
their established reputaJtiui and widt-spread
popularity. ForPEaFHcrroN of workmanship
Stsbsotu, Dtr a bi MTY. Liuut KyNNi no. and
y ca.n'tit v and qpalitt f liwt PRoDcqso, we
challenge competiton. W'e are prepared to
tcarrant to any reasonable-extent perfect atis
faction to eyefy plaater or operator. Tbe Gins
are sold at the'lowest- possible price for good
machines, and on roaanable terms. TTe invite
examination of tla samjdee in the hands t
our local agents who wilt- P v all desired in
formationand fumiiib appuewata with circulars,
and couunemUtorr letters from parties using
the Gins iu all section a the cotton planting
country CiniUaro. Ppcs liata, and other
informatioui.may :be obuiiit .of our agents or
by addressing -
THB BBOWN COTTON GIN CO..
t - New oudon, Coun.
Crawford and Heilig Agents 8alis-
This fiitprprise is condnettNl by the MA
SON 1C RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF
NORFOLK. VA under authority of the Vir
ginia Legislature, (aet patsed March 8th.
60,000 Tickets-6,000 Cash Gifts.
To be Given Away !
One Grand Cash Gifl -f $30,000
On? G-and Cash Gift of. 25.000
One Grand ash Gift of 20.000
One Grand Cash Gift f 10.000
One Grand Cash Gift of 5.000
Oue Grand Cash Gift of. 5.000
On Grand Cash Gift of 2200
15 Cash G;fta ot 1000 each 15.000
28 Cash Gifts of 500e .ch 14.000
43 Cash Gifts f 250
79 Cash Gifts of 150
250 Cash Gifts of 100
578 Cash Gift- of 50
6000 Cash Gifts 6f 10
Sa pr Met, (numotwd wltk
Tbe baa in thr
ljrrto Una aar
for a Pamphlet sad b
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT
Hontpelier Female Heme Associa-
TIOK AT ALF.XAXPRIA, va.
November 23, 1874.
LI' T oF"IFT9.
Nervous or Debilitod.
Are you so Languid that -any aartk re
quires more of an effort VLan you feel es
of making I
Then t rv Jl'KUBEBA . the vondrfol
and iurifrnrauir, vbtrh act h-x,t islly ou
the aecteiire i.rranr aa to impart rtpor to M
the rital lore-
It ia no alenbtdic appetisei . whir ttialatW
for a abort timo.imlj u let ih -uflVrcr fall ia
a low depth of mury, bat it ia a tea1 table
tonic aruiijr uint ;lr m ij,- lirer acd .tji.
It rcgula'.i tb bcla. quarts Itr USSf '
and irive aocb a braltby tuna to tbe wbsd
syslem tt to souu make tba inraiid M
Uke a new person.
IU operation i not rioleat. hut la character
iz"d by peat aectlrneaa ; tbe paiieLt aarar
ieoees no sudden chance, no marked reaakai
6000CASU PRIZESaggrogating. .$250,000
PRICK OF TICET8
Whole Ticket. .810.00 QuartTTiek't$2J0
Half Ticket 5 00 ! Elev Tisk't $100.00
NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFIT8.
Thia Concert is
purposes, and will
strictly for MOSCNIC
be conducted with the
same liberality, honesty nd fairness which
characterized the first enterprise.
JOHN L. R3PER, President.
For tickets aod eireulars giviug full is
HENRY V. MOORE. Se'y. Norf.dd. Va.
Tickets ft sale by John H. En n las Salis
bury 17. 1874 tf.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
1 Grand Cash Gift .
1 Grand Cash Gi t..
Grand Cash Gift.
10 Cash Gifts..
15 Cash Gifts..
50 Cask Gifts..
100 Cash Gifts. .
10,00 Cash Gifts..
1,000 Cash Gifts..
20.000 Caah Gifts..
. . .50 000
but aradnallT hi" troi.biea
"Kdd their tcnt.like tbe Araba.
And ileoih teal ay.
Tbis is n new untried u-T-ry. but has
beeo lore used with i rdei ful remedial rf-sulu
and is pronounced hy the hisber ulrrftiea.
'ibentoM powerfultomcacd alterative knows
Ask yo r drocctst fir it.
F r sale by WM. P. KIDDLR A Co. Ksw
E"P"Ssmpleto Arrets. Ladies' CVmiW
1 flat fc,1t",n eedle-book. wftfc Cb
Send stamp. Dkav A Co.. New Bedford
22,170 Qua Gifit, ammomling to $1,000,000
IUMIIRS OF TICKEST
Eighths or each Coupon . .
5i Tickets for
Eleven Tickets fur
The Mntpelier Female Humane Aasocia-
tkm, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia
snu the Circuit ouri oi isrance eoontr.
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS Cboiar ami ais-
gnntlg illustrated Great Inducements to A pram.
For terms and circulars, address, New World
PubliahinsCo, Philad'a 4w
Diploma Awarded far
AGENTS WANTED !
HOLMAN'S Nei Pictorial BMb
1300 ILLUSTRATIONS. Addreasfor areolars
A. J. HOLM AN A CO., 090 ArcbSu,
Waters New Scale Pianos.
SQUARE and UPRIGHT. are the bast mams,
the touch elaatic. the too powerful, pure aaW
ersw through the ewtire smtU. yat mallow and
WATERS' Coueerto ORGANS s net U
exoeTVed in tone or beauty ; thef defy
petition. The Coocrrto Stop u a So
turn of the Human Voies.
War anted for 6 years. Pru
low for cash or part caah. aud baUaea
montblr itamieoU. Sosvud-haad ll
meats at great bargain. I ant
A Hue ml itiacont to Teachert,
Ckmrchet. bchooU, Lodge, etc. lfltawratrd
eea mailed. HORACE W Alt MB at
nmrlnm h, arSes of ( irsn.! tiift lmrrl. Ia Catal UCi
establ'Mii and endow a "llama for the Old. In- 1 SON. 461 Bnmirar. X York. P.O- Bm
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