SALISBURY Til UvDJ.a t - ?.
The Legiel-iu,e re-assembled last Mon-
Boneless Cod Fish at
U. W. PRICE'8
nitnn sales have been verv brisk for
(b pt few days.
The weather has been delightful over
bead for several day.
ThsLincolnton Progress records the fol
low! ug distressing accident :
"On last Friday momiug, the 8th Inst.,
as the son of a Mr. Dixon, who lives about
six wiles from Dallas, Gaston county, was
preparing for the day's work, a most distres
sing accident occurred. It seems that the
youug mau haft taken the mute from the.
stable, with the harness on, aud started to
the field, when it tok fright and threw him
off. His feet became entangled in the har-
uess some way aud uot buing able to f ee
himself from his perilous condition, he was
dragged some distance. When the mule
was stopped the unfortui.ate young mau was
found io be dyiug, though he lived about
tweutyfour hours after the occurrence."
Th Associate Editor has gone to
Raleigb, we devils are running this thing
till he comes home.
ini i oeweir'et .- i,ibi
tllUi COHi,l, ,f oil Q x.illii
To be Re-Sold The property of
Mr. John Foster, is to be re-sold, on the
20th of February next. :
Mr. Linton of the Boyden -louse, is
toon to furnish bis Hall with one of those
handsome writing decks, about which
we have seen so much in tho papers.
We bad the pleasure of meeting in onr
office a few days since Mr. J. W.. Watsoo,
of the Charlotte Observer, who is traveling
in the interest of that excellent
felted a tfi
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and it tell on tittn ai.u Imr Imu oatlly
Hir old mother wns sen: tor and she star
td immediately for her eon, riding behind
one ot the neighbors on horseback. J nst
before retching Leesville the old lady
complained of feeling a little badly, and
slopped at Wiley Lynn's store to reft.
She died in less than five minutes after
getting in the store.
Messtrs. Bell Bro., we are glad to eee,
have re-furnished their jewelry store, and
are going ahead with their- business just
as though nothing had happened. -They
Valentines for St. Valentine Day 14th
Febrnaty, 1875. Sentimental 5ct'e to
$5.00 each- Comic 10 cts. per dozen.
Send orders to
When to Advertise?
There is no season of the year when
it is safe to discontinue advertis
When business is dull it is needed most
and should be most energetically used
because people are most attracted at al
times to the bouses who take most pains
to invite their trade, and advertisers then
get the largest share of what is doing.
Dull times' it is said, "are the best
for advertisers." Because, when money
is tight and the people are forced to econ
omize, they always read the advertise
ments to ascertain who sells the cheapest
and where they can trade to the best ad
vantage. If vour goods have special seasons,
build up a name for them when, ont of
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season ; and toat reputation win largely
aid your sales when the season arrives
tor nultiner them into the martlet, it "no
pent up" season limits the demand - for
vour wares, it is clear that there is no
time when you eau judiciously withdraw
from the public eye your announcements
Toledo C nnmercial.
The Every-Day Darling.
She is neither a beauty nor genius.
And do one would all her wise;
u a crowd of other women
She would draw no straogers eyes ;
Even we who love her are puzzled
To say where her preciousuws lies,
She is just an every. day darling.
In that her preeiousuess ties.
She is sorry when others are sorry.
So sweetly, oue likes to b" sad ;
Aud if people around ber are merry.
JShe is always gladder than glad.
Her sympathy is to swiftest.
The tio-s. a heart ever had ;
She is just an every -lay darling.
lie dearest that heart ever had.
tier hands are so white and little.
It seems as if it were wrong
They shonld ever work for a moment,
And yet they are quiek aud strong ;
If any dear oue needs helping.
She will wor': the whole day long ;
The precious every-day darling,
Every day and all day long.
She is loyal as knights were loyal.
Iu the days when no knight lied.
And for sake ot love or of honor.
If it need be, a true knight died ;
But she dreams not she is braver
Than women by her side,
This precious every-day darling.
Who makes sunshine at our side.
It is useless to attempt to cleanse a stream
while the fountain is impure. .Dyspepsia.
tomptaints of the liver or kidneys, eruptions of
e kin, scrofula, headacnes, ana all sjsj M
arist hg from impure blood, are atonce removed
by Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters, pu-iner of the blood, and renovator
of the system, it kat never been known to fail.
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K .P. BATTLE. P. H CAMERON
President. Vice President.
W. H. HICKS, Sec'y.
At the residence of the brides brother, near'
the Narrows of the Yadkin, in Mootgomey
Co., in Dec. last, by Kv. Mr. Dunn, Mr.
Edward Livingston to Miss Sallie Cotton.
STATE LIFE Insurance
RALEIGH, N. O.
At his residence in Montgomery Countv.
during the Uliristmas Holidays, Mr. T.J. For
ney, after a long illness, aged about 70 years.
At end of First Fiacal Tear had issued over
900 Policies without sustaining a single loss.
Prudent, economical and energetic manage
ment nas maae it
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION.
Tli I J HnmruiK -- - J I LI. - m
n , I Hll tll I -T "l "J u" ccij uaruie lorm 01
w""u u3 --. Li m m -- . Policies at aa low rates aa auy other First Cli
Ah envy ber. Beauty and Genius.
Aud woman the world calls wife ;
The utmost of all your triumphs
Would be 'empty in her eyes.
To love and be loved is her kingdom ;
In this her happiuesslies.
God bless her, the every-day darling !
In tins her preciousuess lies.
A Harder was committed near the
dividing line between N. C, and S. C,
line on the 15th inst. David Trawick
aud Jesse Le Gette were riding in a bug
gy, both under the influence of liquor.
They fell out and Le Gette ehot and Kill
We are glad to see that Messrs. Bui
and Barker have made arrangements to
run a wagon daily and deliver Kerosene
oil, Lamp-chimm ya and wicks at the res
idences of oar citizen?, this will be very
convenient, and we are glad to see that
this enterprising firm have gone to work
iu earnest: Success to them.
Buying Rates .
CORN new 75 a 80
COTTON -12 a U
FLOUR $3.25 to 3.50
MKAL 85 a 90.
BACON county) 12$ to 15 -hog round
POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet $1.50
EGGS 15 to 20.
CHICKENS $2.50 per dW
IjAUW 1Z IO ID
FEATHER? new, 50.
RYE a 90 to $1
WHEAT $1.15 a $1.50,
BUTTER -25 to 30.
Imposes no useless restriction noon
Has a fixed paid up valoeonall policies after
two annual payments.
Its entire assets are loaned and invested
DRTF.n FRIT IT it ia s
Col. Long, of the Khedive's army, who Blackberries. 8 cts.
lately preformed such prodigies of valor,
turns out to be a former Maryland ed
A man was seen coming out of a Texas
newspaper office with one eye gouged out,
and his nose spread all over his face like
a piece ot raw beef, and one of his ears
chawed off To a policeman who inter
viewed him, he replied : "I didn't like an
article that 'peared in the pap r last week;
an' I went iu ter see the man who writ it.
He war thar, stranger."
to foster and encourage home enterpri
Thirty day grace allowed in payment of pre
With these facts before them will the people
of North Carolina continue to pay annually
tnousanas upon thousands of dollars to build
up foreign Companies, when they can secure
insurance in a Company equally reliable and
ever dollar' premium they pay be loaned and
invested in our own state, and among our own
Theo. F. KLUTTZ,
OF ALL KINDS, ALSO NEEDLES. OIL A
THREAD. ALSO A' LOT OF
Legal and Fools i o
ot Different qualities, also, several styles ot
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRENCH AND
MOURNING NO IE.
Paper and vsriotos style and srtea of
Iakt Pens; Pencile c
also a large lot off Morgan's
Stereoscopic Views of the
Quarterly. Jaw vast Ncjs-
mmm jo immM, aa4 sMUiaw over ls Pa
600 Exobjiyisq, In nipt! nt swi kaat
600 of oor bast FWwers
MM. Ub xarecsiaaa for Oakar
fLAva, etc Taw awl was
of the kind in the worW OnW f5
Ike year. PaUiabsd in KaUaa' and
Addreas JAMES VICE,
iMkMtor. V. T.
Sshsbnry Dec. I7th, 1874. tf.
GO TO TEXA8
Cen'l. Diat. Agt's.
Dec. SI ly.
J. D. McNEELY, Agt's.
Greensboro N. C.
The Committee sent by Congress to
investigate the Louisiana muddle has just
given a sample of the shameful partisan
ship that characterizes every act of the
Radical majority of that body. Th s work
of examining witnesses and
Ball at the Opara House. The
. Ball given at the Opi-ra House on last
Tuesday night, was quite a success. .Not
only tba fair ones of our own, hut fair
.ones from o'ur neighboring cities, Raleigh,
Charlotte and Wadmboro, also some from
oar sister State, South Carolina, figured
u the brilinncy. To the looker on it was
a most beatiful seence, ho alone had an
pportanity of admiring ihu beauty, grace
and elegance of those engaged.
mon y was deputed to a select sub-com-init'ce,
a ho went to New Oilcans and
spent weeks in hearing all sides of the
question. They examined members of
every class of population, and, being Re
publicans themselves,, nalurally listened
to the negroes and K-lloggites with a
willing earv Yet their sense of justice
was too strong to falsify the facts aud
from the Washington Star we have the
'I he Star says : The full Committee on
Southern aff iirs nvet this morning to
cooler wiih the sub committee who wmt
to New Orleans to investigate the condi
tion of uffxirs in L -uiisiana. It is indica
ted by the evidence submilled that they
will report :
1st. That at the late election in Louis
iana, there was uo intimidation of colored
2d. Tliat the White League discussed,
w a . a i -
but voted down the proposition to dis
charge servants who voted the Republican
3d. That the registering board was a
4 h. Tba' the United Stares Troops
executed orders issued by Marshal Pack-
aid on election day .
5th. 1 hat the disturbances in the Lou
isiana Legislature had ceased and the As
At a meeting of a majority of the Commis
sioners for the Town of Salisbury, held on the
first day of January, A. D. 1875, the following
Commissioners being present, to wit : P P
.Meroney, S E Linton, P A Frercks, A M Sullivan,-A
L Clark, and J M McCorkle. Present
and presiding T W Keen, inlend&nt, when
the following proceedings were had bv a ma
jority of the Commissioners voting therefor.
1. It is ordered that the lown of Salisbury
subscribe fifty thousand dollars to the Capital
Stock of the Yadkin Kail Koad Company,
subject to the approval of a majority of the
qualified voters of the said Town.
2. To meet the payment arising by reason of
Raid subscrsption, it is further ordered that said
Commissioners shall issue bonds in the name of
the Town of Salisbury to the amount of fifty
thousand dollars in sums of from one hundred
to five hundred dollars with coupons attached,
and bearing interest at tne rate of eight per
cent per annum and payable seini-anuuallv.
3. That two thousand five hundred dollars
of the bonds WAtted-as aforesaid shall become
due and payable on the first dav of Julv, A. D
1830. and. thai a like sum of two thousand five
hundred dollars of said bonds shall become due
and payable for each suecwtu'iior. year, so that
all of said bonds shall become due and payable
on or before the first day of July in the year
LONE STAR ROUTE !
(International and Great Northern K R)
Passengers going to Texas' via Memphis and
Little Kock, or via Shreveport, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Route in Palestine.
liearne, Waco, Austin, HunUville, Houston.
Galvaston and ail points in Western, Central,
Luster n and Southern lexas.
Pamongers via New Orleans will find it the
Best Route to Tvler, Mincola, Dallas, Overton,
Crockeltc, Ixtngview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern lexas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modern improvement, including
New and Elegant Day Coaches, Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars, Weatinghouse Air Brakes, Mil
lers Patent Safety rlatforms and Couplers ; and
nowhere else can the passenger so completely
depend on a speedy, safe and comfortable jour
The LONE STAR ROUTE has admirably
ulswered the qnery : "How to go to Texas !"
by the publication of an interesting and truth,
ful document, containing a valuable and correct
map, which can be obtained, free of charge by
d dressing the GENERAL TICKET AGENT
i tern alii nal and Great Northern Railroad
Greensboro, N. C.
The Spring Session of 1875 will begiu on
Wednesday, the 13th of January
Yosemite and ether noted places which
are truly maguifaeent.
also a stock f superior '
Which will be sold low at Sineer Sewine
Machine Store on South side main Street, near
l T, A
me ruDiic square.
Rich MONB. York River and
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April 1 6ta
Chesafeakk Railroad Compait. V
dils road will ran as follows:
In the Centre of business on
SALISBURY. K. C, r X
THOROUGHLY RKVODDLKO Tl
FOR THE SUMMER SEASON I
ClUI AXD WILL
On and after
April 21st Pas
se n x e r and
freight Trains on
Passenger Train; for West Point leaves RiSh-
mnnil l tt P U E..l. m.tA -.,.1 mm.
Prompt , rives at Hichm on if !r .mi "V p-t l'oini .11 in A .
attendance at the very opening is highly im- m., daily (Sunday excepted),
portant aud is earnestly desired. The splendid 'steamers HAVANA and
Charges per Session of 20 weeks. Board LOUISE, will run in connection with this road,
(Washiui? ol Lights uot included and Tui- and will leave Wast I'oiut dailr (Sundav.ex-
tion in regular College Course 125,00 $eJd) the njval of the train which leaves
Charges for Extra Studies, moderate.
wt'i everything Out & ssasr
This Iloose has gained a mmution
10 nune m me ioontrv. and the Y
will keep it ap IN FIRST CLASS
rMUe and experiment Serrmto in
If RH. HK RPPV
Jane 11. 1874 tt
$00 PIAIOft ft 0EOAI&
New a ad Second-Hand. 0 Flrwt-Claas Mak
ers, trill be sold of Lower Prices for emok or
on Installments. r for rent, im City or
Country, during theme Hard Trmea sastflks
HOLIDAYS, HORACE WATERS bt
SON. 481 Broadway, than ever feasor offer
eu m New York. Ageuis wanted to 00U
Waters New cale r'lanna, astsf
Organs. Illustrated Catalog d
Great inducements to tke Trad.
discount io Teachers. M iu t
Idges. School, eie.
For Cttah gue aoulv to the Prest
T. M. Joues. D. D.
N. H. D. WILSON. Prest.
Board of Trostees.
Dee. 17. 1874 4tms.
KAD GIFT COr
FOR TUB BEKEF1T OF THX
$17,000 IN GIFTS
Pale luna was sheding forth her softest
rajs on a couple a few nights since, who
were talking over "matters in general" as
only such couples do, aud it was necessa
rily "business" for 'twas real cold for semhly was entirely orderly and quiet at
them tn he out when the next-door neiwh the time Gen. L)e 1 robnaud entered tbi
" ' --0 ... . , I
IihII to seize tne memocrs
G1I1. That 'lie only request Speaker
Wiliz made of Gen. DeTrobriand, was to
m 1 sis a I
keen order in lUa loLby nuttnae or the
Hall ; that the people of Louisiana genei
ollar ri.il i.n armnuthv urifh tlio IC-lIncrrr
ui ij iiuu no a j on uasiij tt a vu sw uv a n
government, and that colored men who
say they are Republicans, proclaimed the
measure as State Democrats, 111 order to
get rid of Kellogg, and that tho policy
force of New Orleans is demoralized.
But the truth was particularly unsavory
to the majority of the full committee ; and
bor baring occasion to discharge an
load ont of his revolver, poked the noisy
thing oat of the window and let drive.
M k a
Une sctcam, one jump and in lus arms
be went: We not understanding the
firing, just walked awav slowly, without
noticing any more the cooing couple.
It was too cold to be out any bom. T.
Tba mass meeting of the citizens of
Dmlnn Uftt Vrilov in V.ncnil tf all In
express tbeir sense of the late aetoion of we are told in a latter dispatch that they
the federal (ioveraoxent in Louisiana,
4. It is further ordered that the Commission
ers for the Town of Salisbury shall lerv am
collect annually upon all stilyerta of taxation
authorized by !aw, as t:ix suuicient to pay the
annual interext accruing on said bonds issued
as aforesaid, and that whenever any of said
bonds shall become dne, that a further tax be
levied and collected, to be used in the extin
guishment of the principal.
5. It U further ordered that the Coupons on
the aforesaid bonds, when due, shall be. receiv
ed in the payment of all Town taxes.
6. It is further ordered that nn election be
held at the Court Honse in Salisbury on Mon
day the 15th day of February, A. D.1875, sub
mitting to the qualified voters -of said Town,
the oroposition of approving or rejecting the
foregoing proposed subscription, the issuing of
bonds and the authority to levy taxes to pay
interest, and provide for payment of the princi
pal of the bonds, and that thirty days notice of
said .election shall be given by advertisement
in the ' Carolina Watchman" and "The Intelli
gencer" and also notice of said election shall be
advertised at the Court House door in Salisbury.
And that at the election held ai aforesaid those
and better ones titan ewer.
Come now and get the BEST. Get the stove
f you want one that will outlast any other, and
hat is made of all NEW IRQ tf, and warranted
o giye satisfaction Variou styles, of cook
ng oioveb at a small profit. ,
Shekt Ibon & Copper Ware made of the
best Mateuial, on hand or made to order.
Merchants supplied at Low Prices. Cash
iram for ail kinds of Copper, Brass Ac. Ask for
Brown s I'm shop Main Street. Salisbury, N.
C, L. V. Brown.
I am well prepared to cut good
for marking Tobacco, Flour Patent articles Ac.
Every person doing any kind of work or busi
ness should have a stencil to advertise his busi-
A Gift Concert will be held in
WILSON, N. O.
On Wednesday February the 10th 187fi.
For the exclusive benefit of the Orphan Asy
lum at Oxford.
TICKETS ONLY TWO DOLLARS.
Number of tickets only 15,000. 2,169 Gifts
Richmond at 3 P. if. arrivinc st Baltimore next
morninc in ample time to connect with trains
fur Washington and the Eat, North and West ;
and leave Baltimore daily (Sundays excepted)
at 4 P. M . connecting at "Went Point with train
due at Richtnondat In A. M.,next morning
Pare to Baltimore, fOSO ; Baltimore and re
tarn. $6. Washington, $4. Pare to Philadel
phia. $7 ; to Philwdelphia and return. $13 95.
Par to New York 10 ; to New Tork and re
tarn, $19.25. Boston 15 85.
Freight train. fhr.thmuKh freight only leaves
Richmond daily (Monday excepted ) BhJO At
II., connecting with rteamers at West Point
that deliverfreight in Baltimore early next
morning. Through freight received daily.
Freight train, with Passenger car attached,
for freight between Richmond and West Po t
leaves Richmond Mondays, Wednesday d
Fridays at 7 As M. Local freight re Id
Tuesdays Thursdays and Satnnlavs.
JSDWARD F. FOLGER,
W. N. Brago. Master of Transportation.
AND THE SOUTH WEST.
The undersigned wuhes to inform his numer-
to be given away, making over one to every oua friends that he has received the appoint-
REAL ESTATE GIFTS
One lot in the town of Wilson, N.
C, containing U acres, with
large and convenient dwelling,
having 10 rooms, and all necessa
ry and convenient out-housea,
situated on Barnes street, val
One elegant 2 story residence, In
Wilson, corner of Pine and Green
streets, with 1 acres, and con
taining 8 rooms, located in Jbe
most elligible part of the town,
Coughs. Colds Hoarseneess
AND ALL THO AT DlfefcABSr
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AND SDEE EEUXDY.
Sold Lt Ip.erit enerslly. and
Fl'LLKK Ft LLEU, Chicago, IU.
8HORT P08TPONEUENT 6AY
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT
Montpeler Female Hwau luicia-
T10 AT A LXXAJT Dili, VA.
MARCH mh 1875.
LIST OF GIFTS,
1 Grand Cash Gift
1 Grand Cash Gilt
I Grand Cash Gift em
10 Cash Gifts.. lU.OMUeach.
15 Cash Gifts.. 5.000 even.
50 Cash Gift.. 1.000 each.
100 Cash Gifts.. 500 each
10.00 Cash Gifts.. 100 each
1,000 Cash Gifts.. 50 each.
20.000 Cash Gifts.. $20 each.
uess, as it is acknowledged to be the best and Que 1 acre lot, situated on the
cheapest way to let people know what you are
One mark with stencil may eet a customer,
for you, that will put Huxdrbis of Dollars I
in your hands. Try it and you will get a cus-
snneOviar (he nrnnosir ion. shall dpsnoait. in lh tomer yotl never thought of.
ballot boi ballots with the printed or written MY PRICE ARE LOW, AS FOLLOWS,
itt a. .a i
was attended by three thousand persons.
. JSjrcry olass and condition were present.
r i M d 0 W
Merchants, professional men, hodcarners,
laborers, Republicans and Democrats,
t;ame amically together. The proceedings
were orderly and the resolutions parsed
;orcibIo and appropriate.
Brooklyn Arqus : "We see it alatd
that Colonel Sam Pike, of Ohio, haa
started no less than foity-two papers d a
ring his eventful career. Col. Sam Bard,
oi vreorgia, nas started about the same
number, but in each case the .Sheriff star
ted so soon for Sara, that he never could
tell whether be was meant for a jonrnaK
lit or a tlyingmachine.
will start at once for JMew Orleans to "see
for themselves Any one can understand
what that ''seeing" will amount to; some
men can see nothing but what they wich
to see and we may be sure the committee
will give us some more lies. Charlotte
Home. - !
Beat It P
He didn't look like a liar. He had,
in fact, a sort of George Washington face,
and his enunciation was loudly honest
and decidedly nasal. He sat
bis alternate sides in front of a red-hot
saloon stove, amid a party of bummers.
who were trying to out lie eaeh other.
'iTalkin' 'Knitt liirhtonimV" "T .,l-nn
noue o you mzaroni was eyer etrucK,
struck, was you ? No ? Well, I was.
words "approved," those disapproving the
same shall desposit ballots with the printed or
written words "not approved."
T. W, KEEN,
J. L. CARKE, Inteudant.
Jan. 7, 1875, 4ts.
FIRST AN0 FINAL POSTPONEMENT
GRAND GIFT GOHGERT.
To-have been given in the City of Greens
boro, N. C, on December 31, 1874, for the pur
pose of erecting an 0D0 FELLOW'S TEM
PLE, has been postponed until
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th, 1875.
At which time the Concert will certainly be
given and the DRAWING GUARRANTEED
A partial drawing could have been made at
the tinie appointed, but numerous letters, from
Agents and ticket-holders, urge the Manager to
make a short postponement in order to secure
a full drawing.
The GRAND GIFT is the New and Well
furnished BEN BOW HOUSE worth $60,000.
H Grand Casti Gift, - - $10,000,00.
Keai. Estate Gifts; - - 81,000,00.
Cash Gifts, - - - - 82,500,00. -
One-fourth inch letters 5 cents per letter
One-half 'and five-eights 6
Three-fourth & One inch letters 7 M
They may be sent to any part of the U. S.
by mail at a small cost.
Send in your orders stating also of letters you
prefer, and the Stencil will be made neatly cut
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street Salisbury, N. C.
L. V. BROWN,
April 23. 1874 tf.
corner of Vance and Spring strs.
with neat resideiice and out
houses, valued at
CASU GIFTS ;
1 Cash Prise.
tuent to sell through ticktt from Salisbury, N
C to all points is) Texas, Arkansas, Missi-sippi
Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana,
via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. Road,
and their Southern Connections. Through
Emigrant Tickets, or First Class Tickets sold,
and Baggage cliecki-d through. Parties wishing
to take Laborer to the above Stales, will find
it greatly to their own advantage by negotiating
with the undersigned at Sal Ubury. Information
in regard to Stales, lime and Connections will
be furnished either personally or through the
A. POPE, fjen'l. Passenger A Ticket Aft.
Columbia, 8. C
J. A. McCOfN ALGHEY, .
Agt. C. C.& A. ft. K., Sali-borv, N. C.
Sept. 3. If. Special Agent
22,170 GuA GiU,
4 $100 each
5 " 50
20 " 20 "
30 " (i "
1O0 " 5
500 " 2
1000 ' 1 "
TDV CHRISTIAN a large lire, family pa
I II 1 Pri -u ' -Juries and good reading.
TIJP No sectari mi'in, politics, pills puffr
nor advertisements. Only 75 cts
year I fna iu cent for J Bneetment before you
2rQfor9tt Spleodid Map Premium. Agents
4o0 wacien evervwaere. nig tuaa mission paio
n. 1 UASTiSCS, 638 )asl n SL, Boston,
Mass., C'7 Arch St., Phils., Pa. 4w
The New Yoik World snvs nf rJinnt's
recent uesrarc that it is a "nmltod ntel. Too. see I wa out shootiu prairio chick
work," and concludes an aWe review as eD8 in Hny last August, and there come
lullows : tip the awtuiest thunder-storm i ever
"Instead of an ad mnnitinn r dpnnn. een in the whole course of my lite. It
ciation of General Sheridan and De Tro rdh,ed ca,s and doK! 9xJ the l-"001
onanu ior submitting the army to the WMCU a" luc i!r - ,eu,,,"
a SF I m 1 -. 1- mm lal- 4-i...-t 4 mm mm mm
partisan purpose of Kellogg a week ago OVB luo f
last Mondav. tho behind a haystack that
f I - UUV K7 V. A U C V, A U lOII i -
tba plea "that the army is not composed
oi lawyers capable of judging at a mo-
uuuee just now tar tney can go in
jne maintenance of law and order." The
last and extreme pnnisbment for Presi
dential lawlessness was never so richly
ie Lord a Hav k..l,l U 1 j
rV4 Wrth oromis nd K TKo
mm f s m -- VV k HO
1 J yboold be full of praise, enter
j"!. W!lni? hly cooru. The Lord's
tongues. X got
sort of learned
ovtr to the south like, an' the first thing
I kuowed the lightuiu struck that, and
set it afire. Then I moved to a walnut
tree that stood near and
bolt rinoed that Into splinters. I moved
to another tree, an' the light "iu ' struck
it. Then 1 begun to think it meant me,
an' so I jest walked out, hnmped myself
up, an' took three or four of the loudest
claps I ever heard. It shook me op right
peart ; but beyond rippiu' the coat often
mv back, an' snlittin' one o' my boots
mf O ,a-,
Grand Total, - - - $164,000,00.
References. We refer, by permission,
to the following gentlemen of our City, and
would be crlad if the credu o is would write
to any of them :
R. P. DICK. Judge U. S. District Court,
Western District of N. C.
THO. SETTLE, Judge Supreme Court,
T. B. KEOGH, Register in Bankruptcy.
RO, M. DOUGLAS, U. S. Marshal.
W. S. BALL, Editor New North State.
DUFFY k ALBRIGHT. Eds. Patriot.
HAS. E. SHOBER, of firm of Wilson 3c
CM. I !
1 ,li J oiiuoer, Hiiners.
uuuu.c j.Hvcu JULIUS A. GRAY, Cashier of the Bank of
R. M. STAFFORD, Sheriff of Guilford.
J. D. WHITE. Post Master.
ODELL. RAGAN & CQ., Merchants.
J. W, SCOTT,
Price of Tickets $2.50 Number of Tickets
issued only 100.000,
jUy shoald be one W " from top to too, ttrdidn't do me no parti-
ti. a : r - - i . j- u . .. a.. i,i
hen no man
rWni .t j . w " TTice, "worame
While the day hut, for the night Cometh cilar damage
When nn m.... . ' 1 . ..: .
Work V W ..nnOiui u-wm
rmmw J V W VHIUU
But you don't find
a row or mat auiu asm.
1 .. : -'ok. ue cannot r." . " . . . . ,
nmm onr .Jessed Sahh. it. t. i The discomtited bummers !oeU cur-
. . Uuain- 11 " a holy r-i ,
W nd not a holiday, and any Drofoaaed iou7 ,nto otnra ,a,ca for a mo,'ienl ud
tvhriatlnn l. . r . I 1 . .it ,-ll .nil anunlr
mm. Z" 7; exnjple or li
rj to this idea i, makin
misuke Working Chhtian. the field.
Is hereby given, that application will be
made to the present General Assembly for a
Charter to incorporate a company for the navi
gation of the Yadkin river from the N. C. Rail
i i : j : r .. ... lit :i-
rOSU uriuge iu xmjw.iii v.u., w iu iiuics iuuic
Wilkesboro, or as far as practicable.
W. JL. BROWN,
Dec. 16th 1874 5 tiwes.Pd.
Rooms of the Cext'i, Ex. Cox
OF THE UNSERVATIVE PARTY
Dec. 16th, 1874
The State Executive Committee of the Con-
m m m M j i
t T. xr -pa Plu.it unoo .K..iiiri k sunt Bsirvative oartv which is compoMU ot the Tar
aavrwv a s iwojni varavj vuouiw w ou. i a , . . . .
by Registered Letters, Post Office Order, or ions Congressional Executive lOonamittees-wiIl
r .:.u n TTk-e-L a please meet in Raleigh on Wednesday, January
cift f tK h-, ,, 20th, 1875, to consult in regard to important
ivi u-ivubvi m mw n : mm mm nmmnmm j m I -
For further particulars apply to the Man
ager Box 8, Greeusboro, N. C.
CYRUS P. MENDENHALL, Managei.
J. H. ENNISS.
Salisbury, N. C. Deo. 14, 4th.
Members of the Conservative pi
tod to attend.
W. R Cox,
Chairman of Central Com.
J. J ErrcHFORD,
FABMERS AND PLAKTIfiS.
MAKE YOUR OWN
Get the Boat
and save from $10 to $20 per ton.
Dissolved and Pure Ground
One Fine top Bnggy,
One Fine Bugjry,
One Fine Gold Watch,
One Fine Lady's Watch,
Uominitteeof A iranirements. C W
B. F. Brixirs and A- Barnes. Ksus.
i7L'losiMry nana ot Wilson.
Advisory Board -John Nichols.
W. F. Davi-. Eho.. Kittrclls. A. II.
Esq , Oxford. Mai J. P. Jenkins. Nahville. J. From R. J
n. liiorp. r.Mi.. uojkv Mount. ir. K W Kmir. w .ii. r i...i k. n-i.;
ames W Lancastorand James E. Clark, Esq., t, i, t 7 .
w.i 11 ). Price lists nd formulas sent free
,, I T I .
Whi! thk .niomrlu l. nnt'mnnAnmtmA - application. Write for one.
" mm r i mm wm W il ' V ' U t l V -S UUUUVl I
BONES & CHEMICALS
BAUER oV CO
TI.e New York WEEKLY WITNK8K
giving News, Markets. Stories, Pictures, and
Lave Editorials $1.20 a year Postage paid,
haa reached 75,000 circulation in three years.
Send for free sample copy. 4w.
Male or Fensale, fKU) a week wa
.a al , . , , ,
capital reqnireu, rartictiiars and valuable sam
ple sent free Addnss with 6ctnt return stamp
C. RQ8. Willtsmsburg, N. Y. 4w
k 1S YCH0H ANC Y . or SOUL CHARM
the direct auspices of any Lodge, yet its object
s io aiu u.at noble institution, the Orphan
Asylum, whiuh was established by the Grand
lxHige oi tne state, and management is entire
ly in the bauds of members of tbe Older
Too object is exclusively for the benefit of
the Orrhan Asylum and the Committee deem
it unnece&rary to make any extended appeal to
tbe peoplo of North Carolina in behalf of an
institution which is so worthy of their support.
The low price of the tickets places it in the
power of every one to aid a noble cause, and
a t tK L'Qnia l , ..... I.X - - -
- '.'.- t.j . w. w. uk villi uui . i mr T fl II II 1 f
. ... . . I Tail" ilnw oilhar m v fvini
eu are unusually tarorabie. r'T ,"l . Z . T J
V. mm m, Wm. m m. ...... .1 mm Wm A 1 1 1 A I V AW Wt ftW f 1 , . Wmm f 1 Mk W MW I I I I f fl
msoonndeutiy believed that the enterprise V . T , r. . . '
will be a success, but if from any cause there lheJ chooM illy- This simple, mental ac-
should be no Concert and distribution, all the quirement sll can possess, free, y mail, for 2&-,
mouey received from ticket holders shall be together with n marriage guide, fcitypiian
returned to them without discount. Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies, Weddina-
No tickeU sold will be entitled to a chance Nisht Shirr, Ac. A queer book. Addreas T.
for the Ci.ta unless the rooner lor Lhe same haa WILLIAM & Co. Pubs. Philadelphia. 4 w
been rote; red at this office.
The Gifts will hm AittriUntoA imiMftilv 1
after the Concert.
Any person holding a ticket entitled to a
Cift who desires the Asylum to have the bene
fit of such Gift, will notify the Secretary by
such endorsement on back of tbe ticket, and the
same shall be appropriated ss directed.
t-PMoney for tickets most be sent by Regis
tered Letter, Money Order or Express direct
ed to A. BAKNB8, Secretary.
Wilson. N. C.
JOHN H. ENNISS, Agent.
Salisbury, N. C
aov 26-4 tins.
NUMBERS OF TICKEST . 100,000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Eighths or each Coupon...
H Tiekets for
Tbe Monlpelier Feasalc Hi
lion, chartered by the Legislators of
no the Circuit Court of Ora
proposes, by a aeriea of Graad Gift
establish and et.dcw a "Hnsa fur ikm OML la
firm, and Institute Ladies oi TitalasV' at
Montpeller, the former rtaidsssea of Prit
Uovkbsob's Oirica.RicBwosD. JalvS, 1874
It affords tne pleaare to soy thai I aaa vol)
acquainted wki, a large msjunty vt the ilini
of the Mosrt..ir rn.ale A stnsl Ms, W ha
reside iu the ticicity lay benar. sj 1 altnt
tbeir iotcllifreiir and t: eir . ith axd birk
repuution as p u'.t n . r . as well as the pablis
oonfidence, ii fluence sad -'-'-Msatial asaaaw
liberally rcpreseatc-d suueng thraa.
JAMES L. KKWPtH. Cot. Tiagtaka.
ALki.vM.aia. Vs.. July . Jo74 I
commend them aa grata oi hrtrr and integritr
and fully entitled to iL inCi'iut ot tie sh
ILXr. HPuriES, C K Jadgr Easfn Dkst.
Va. " "'
Purthcr referene bv ps ills si Bis Excel
leery Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Oorernor oi fa."
Hon.-tobt E Withers. Lieat -Gov. of Ta. a4;
U. S. Senator elect ; Senators aad Mraabers oi
Congress form Va.
Item i tuners for tickets saay La as ads by
pros pre-paid, post ottos asessry order ea
Washington, D. C, or by regietered letter.
For full particulars, testimonial. U , aaaai
for Circular. Addres. Il-n. JAMU
BARBOUR, Paaa'TlTF U.
Reliable agents wanted everywhere.
Oct. 1, 1874. Ijr.
CBCrSamplisto Axents. Ladies'
llkknation Needle-book, with Chi
Send stamp. Dkav A Co.. New Bedford Mass.
HAVE YOU TRIED
ftONSTANT FMPIAOYMENT At home,
If Male or Female, (30 a week warranted.
No oapitale rquired, Particulars and valuable
ample sent free. Address with 6 cent return
tamp, C. ROSS, Williamsburg, N. Y. 4w
GEO. A PRINCE & CO.
Organs & Melo Aeons.
The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfect Manu
factory in the United States.
No other Musical Instrument ever obtained the
stajLAcnd for Price Lists.
Address BUFFALO, N. Y.
Weak, Nervous or
Aro you so Languid that any exartio re
quires more of an effort than yon feel cape-It
of making 1
Then try JURUBEBA. the wonderful Uais
and invigi rator, a bich acts so becegt -Lally ea
the secretive orgaxti aa to impart vigor to all
the vital foices.
It is no alcoholic appetisei . which stiasalatts
lor a short time, nuly to let the sofforer Call ta
a low depth of misery, bat it to a veewtaara
tonic acting direct It on the liter aad sfltia
It regulates the Boweit. octets tbo aerves
and rives saeh a health v tone ea. tbe srai
system ss to soon make tba invalid fa
like a new person.
Its operation i not violent, bat to eaaraaasw
toed by great eeotlenes ; tbe pattosrt sarrer
ieaees no sodden caw-era, aw aaarked reselts
but gradually his troubles
"Fold tbeir tenu.like tbe Arabs,
And silently teal away."
This i do new an tried efrrvvery, bet t an
been long need wiih Yonderfo1ivnetol rsl
and is prononnced by tbe b bet atitrrittoe
"the mwt powerful tonic aud allot atire Itowe,
Ask your drnggi: t for it.
' r sale by ff. f. JLlDDlst Co. Isv