m in a -
-lirt Al OtPhTHQTI WO Invite nttntilin- ft,- J I PnWln T.crUaT. A1vn.r.. T-
V" I tkla .... . ff - . J . 1. . 1 N TIT nl -11 . 1
NcNipcr, ai mueuieo. to ueo. rt , iuiias, tne most
- successful newspaper man in America,
LU t A J- , I Regular monthly meeting nf the Bull-. Hot a copy of the Public Ledger Almanac
. r-1 t & V T A HIT I 11 IT (IS I U III V aw I 1U 1 1 IBriPIB III III .. . I .1 I Inn T W . I 1 a n . . rt . . t h n a W ....- J
0rri y TBU K9U A I , J Ail u A I I r. I n " " AOIHUT low- torn mvuci ui guuu wsir Hnu
4 Aiiciuinjj o ubii. many new oeauiy in we maae up, ana a store noose
jjgji ye pimm" i uccn muu iuu me i.ssocia I 01 varieu auu vaiuuie iiiiurmauon.
- -,re oen. No further danger of tion is in capital woirkiu order. Fatal Accident. We learn that on
ix. w m .
and near the church of that name. Ue
was packing a bale of cotton, and after
the seres' had been raised, was bending
This is the last chance to take stock Friday, a fatal accident befell Mr
i the new Serie.. wno uvea 10 rrovmence a 01
are indebted to Dr. F. N. Luckey.
V . illustrated papers.
Home-Grown Clover Seed
Vt7 li.i.. Iwu,.i -1. - A AT mi i't 11 I ftvnr tli r-r Aviiior tViA K i r iri rT wlipn
. . na o uucii on 1 1 vr 11 u v mr. 1 leo. r . 1 - "-bb "bi
of a fence R, Drurist. a fin .i Ue P'bieh held the sinker broke and
More of it G j i t , - . . caused it to fall upon him, from a height
B.wu aim icaiieu ror me martei Af twelv ft W.. rmCoil to death
by our enterprising county-man T. W. almost instantaneously.
Havnes. Ken.. "Let fnimoro I Mr. Knox was an excellent citizen, and
m . I 1 II w. uuuaw - I ' 1
1 .antr-a wrrir trf N ... - j 1 1 i i 1 i
m v n ijull v a -Ji;uv m'i x i ui u - i 1 1 i i i uraa mat v ii.ii m hwr i njiocin nu rnti
it on out table, bright and fresh as people of bis neighborhood
t ' . - . . 1 a wife and four children
' JLfinKlTihnro Honf o-tithq 1 fW
Mntleman has left a i
it It is a good thing,
The Planter on exhibition yesterday is
quite a curiosity, being an attachment to
the ordinary plow stock, it drops the un
rolled seed evenly and covers them a the
same time. It is the Planter that took
all the premiums at the great ceutest at
the New Orleano Fair. This machine
will also drop corn or peas, at any dw
tance desired, and is used also for distrib
ulintr fertilizers. Aud does Ha work
Grand Masqnrade Ball. Th
last Hop of the seasou will be a grand
It IB USXLE88 TO ATTEMPT to cl&n & atrAJun
While the fountain is imnura. 7vmni
tompUints of the lirer or kidneys, eruptions of
e kin, scrofula, headache, and all diaeaa
arising from impure blood, are atonee removed
OJ JJt. WAI.KEE'8 C ALIFORM I A VlStOAB
BirraRS, punfier of the blood, and renovator
of the system. It ha never been known to Ja.iL
At a meeting of a majority of the Commis
sioners for the Town of Salisbury, held on the
Urst day of January, A. L. 1975, the followin
Commissioners being present, to wit: P 1
Meroney, S E Linton, P A Frercks. A M 8ulli
van. A L Clark, and J M McCorkle. P
and better obci tlian ever.
Come now and gat the BEST. 6at the stove
TRY CHRISTIAN Urge lira, family p.
masn tirade ball to be given at the opening jority of the Commissioners voting tli
t . , xi ,l0 c.i, rtr 1. It is ordered that the Town of
of the Boyden House, on the 8th of eb., mib-cribe lhoo8and doAn t0 u,
and Ipresiding T W Keen, InlendanL when
the following proceedings were had by a ma
fiftv thousand dollars to the Canit&l
under the ansuices of Mr. W. T. Linton. Stock of the Yadkin Bail Road Company.
-- ' iU mnmt minvnKlp i subject to the approval of a majority of the
w uu " T-d qualified voters of the said Town.
He leaves aflair of the seasou. We understand the I 2. To meet ths payment arUing by reason of
Mr. Knox wad vnn. tmAUm mi.kino' e nbnrate lire- 1 lunneroraereu inaisata
i j ft o 7
f yon want one that will Outlast any other, and
hat is made of all NEW IRON, and warranted
o give satisfaction &c Various styles, of cook-
ng stoves at a small prom.
Sheet Iaox ft Coppbw. Ware saade of the
best Materia?., on hand or made to order.
Merchant Kus'piied at Low Prices. Cash
paid for sll kinds of Copper. Brass dw. Ask for
Baowv's Tin shop Main .Street. Salisbury, X.
v., a. v . liruwn.
I am well prepiml to cut good
for marking Tobacco. Floor Patent articles
Every person doing any kind of work or bui-
neas should have i stencil to advertise his busi
ness, as it is acknowledged to be the beat and
cheapest way to let people know what you are
x uc i , . . ... 'I Utlt mfiriC Wl h strnei msv wl a rmnmrr
. - i . .i . i mi u iir j i 1 1 1 vr inirrniL n l ins raia fii si sr 1 1 l rur i - j ssi"-"- - - - - i
with their martial presence, and no doubt Knox of the firm of J. M. Kuox & Co of w c. S. T.if Tn.omnce Co.. whose ad- rent ner annum .ml .mUnn.iu for u,t P Htit nRcns of Dollars
tneir line appearance aud skillful evolu- this city.
TyC o aactartanin, polnics, pilU
If k or ad rert isemeou. Oofv 73
year! .Snd 10 etmU f m n ( fim m 1 ff
UssfSf ill Splendid Map Premium. Aawis
wanted everywhere. Bir Cosasalassaaai aUI
n. A. rvASTvxua, mo Wash'
Mass-, 607 Area 8L, PhUa., Pa.
FARMS AND PLANTERS.
MAKE YOUE OWN
snd sare from $10 to $J0 per ton. Oat tkw -iHssulved
and Pore Ground
BONES ft CHEMICALS
i : r i. 1 1 i i .i
u .i i . -i t m r - vyiuiuiiiKjwiieni Biiiii iur uunu id uie nime oi
a uruuiei -m-iaw oi kjuvv. o. a. vjoh, ui nrai nn. (u xv-o nt rns! times. I 'i ..t c.k.i . -r fi.
I It TJ Ti:jt- n . I , . n. . A. ' i y. .w " "V I iubuwiubiiiwuij iu Lite aiuuunt ui but
Thn residence of Mr. 11. B. WlUiams. V urwora, nave accept mis cuy. -juariowe toserecrr. . thousand dollars in sums of from one hundred
Charlotte, was consumed by fire U.t M an invitation to grace the Centennial Mr. Kuox was a brother of the Messrs A Prafccal mustratio
" W' - I 1 - . :W w-
torday morning. Loss $3,000.
Trom VL J.
3 aad S3 &.uth Chsrlca 8l, Ballissatw.
BQu Price lists and formul.i
- - a "jsbj
ni'jMieaiion. rttc lor-
Mr. J. W. Wards worth has sent the tions will add greatly to the intereat of
snt per annum and payable semi-annually. f J ' T , , .,
.;.ftmQt ,J i n,ih,T l.,mn 3. That two thousand fave hundred dollars r'Zr"Tr": '.-T
- rrt- - : '"' of the bonds issued as aforesaid shall become 1" .eV",u?.V
proposes to lend all lU mouey la the due and payable on the first day of July, A. D, "x A; r u t t ' r 1JL'i;WB.
lhe 2few YoA WKstaTI V
Sirtna News. Markets V'..
.i wniuijVa ja, PostaM paid.
- w,wv tirvu lanoo in laree
Send for free sample copy.
Mr. David McLean of this city has
i!tr nf tlio ( Mi nrlni t n 1 ipftifirmt heM. fho occasion. But lookout how, and Dull Times. We hardly ever eo I ii;, .u ;J A. .n mU. 1880. and that a like snra of two thousand fire L yne-,wirth inch letters 5 centa per letter
uihii mv vuw.ww ppF.wt 1 : j l l a iv.amj "uwc iciiinii , , , . . , . , , , it , . vine-hall and uve-eicbts 5
.lehius: twenty -four pounds. carry small pocket pistols with you.. out on the street and fail to hear some of -,ood fai,h htl. made ioang in Salis J ku S? -
" " I - u I .... . I 1 I ou.m..ii. jCUi I m 1 . .3
complaint of hard times. And it is a tact bur wjluiu the last fortnight amounting of said bonds shall become due and payable . xne7. w P" ox u-
1 .... . .11... .. 1 An nr iw hn uit tirsit n w rt n u tk. i -j ..... . i. mn
fiiwil T?.ie-ht.s A awt-n-tatn that DUSluesS IS dull, DUt not duller in to two thoueand dollars, four t mes as : . t.J 1 ' ' Send in rour orders statin .'tie of letters rnn
" A m A ah a I . n wvs am vi it 1 ' .1 as -v a - I v,v- 1 1 .a 'a a .a
nncu ui.. vu-ujr.uM,., " , ,a;.toroj ,i,a v.ini u.ni ana mooeu ine wnoie country, are suner
...w.x......yf S t r . 1 . w . . ! . I 7 imii a ra yjvwi va taaviv'it 1
I wibii wo uuiv tuy uviuui iuv-u uuvu aaj itivua 1 vu wa nib muimv iuuiuiviiu tmv uu. . lw""vi ivu ' t inn. an la a suiutic lb LW Uit t l ill. .. . - 9
annual interest accruing on said bonds issued APru AO'
, as aforesaid, and that whenever any of said
uights si 11 co, and demanded accommoda
tinna. flre-nt waa his in when innrmd VYllhlO the last SIX weeks Or two months,
The Sentinel. - Jus reported that fc fc honse fc we have been in many o the iarge aod
1 fi. ,4 aa Sv la I 4 11 . .
a. UBewa ' - aj i i r j i piiihii i-ii m iiii w i i
taxes to pay
rf - - 7 , x - panics lor the uxin oj money Here, at a interest, and provide for payment olthe princi-
around for magistrate, lawyer, &C, he negro and scalawag misgoverniuent of the reasonable rate of interest and will not T1 of the bonds, and that thirty days notice of
madeasndden onslaught and succeed. South. Weknow that time, are dull, and rea aire oarties to insure unless wishinr to iS.
: 5 - u t J l t v I ii .
eu in making ius escape, aucr Knocxing that the dullness is general, and wc have do so.
down one or more of bis captors. Rati iff; no doubt that the causes here enumerated
Insurance Agency Of J. Allen bonds shall become due. that a further tax be
Tlis mnlnttosltin. we have hn informed, f"" Cities and towns ol tne country, O-flRno TVTnin ft. fUllsk. levied and collected, to be used in the extin-
t .1... I. 1. V.i f,nl i.u. 1 tn.ui tli I 'I- -3 t f 1 ... .t I ' - 1 suushmenl nf the nrinetnsl.
e " renresents litmaelf as r'ost-master at I ; lies- " "' iiimiit, i name ihnrv nl n Ronrosent asaeta f . ; r..i .u. n
. . 1 1 1 I . - .1 ,r 1 . - e ( - sww aa sua uici utucicu tviiisv a 11c: wniLfuua him
x, is not un Known as a wi m r. c n eomnlaiut of hard times. The cause of r v: , t :i Tf.,J the aforesnid bonds, when dne. shall h rcr-
1 V X. ISC JS AJUTT I M UTCI UUC AAUUUl 1 . " . J " 7 ' - r
trio rlnllnnju Sn Kiiuitioaa an il ilu ftf . -rv . . . , I ed in the navment of all Town taxes.
Tbs Rev. J. B. M..ck, of Ro.ky Riv- A . T,f. , " " ,on sonars, consisting 01 roreign ana fl. It is further ordered that an election be
f.r....-i a "Fjr x. x tt ... iraoe is accoumeu ior in many ways. Home Oomnanies of the highest erade. held at the Court House in Salisbury on Mon
Will nil Pi W Mi in. tku-m... I rstM W . , J TJ..U if J .V.r e - t: - - . --r .. . r,. I M .L.icl J r A n'tMt t.
eioie r..ii ivuun b wue ana 0100 01 uis 1 anie attribute it to our national f iuan- t . t 1 ..1 : 1 . u,c 1 J' u1.v Ul rcuruary, n.. u. 1040, iun-
bsen auoouucod, but will remain .T.. ... . , , , , , 1 o xj.ic-, uc cn p.at. psn-ice .. iuj,k r rnitting to the qualified voters of said Town,
, l r'T" vi - ..cui w lU5 ..o.c any Company desired. Arrangements the propueition of approving or reject ins; the
ireiv .v 1 t1!, .... n.AA n,w k.M...k k.n. ii : . 1:.: 1 ji.: ..r .t. r..nn;... .t 1 l : r I
vu.u u.vug,u Mircawuing uuiuicni cuuuiuou ui me mav hn mjlflp w th some nf h f!nm. vii...B yi im wtuluu.., iUQ miii( ui
:-.u. i..- u;i.:i- i.u: .l .t.J y bonds and the authority to levy
. 1 1111 1 lit v 1 'm l liint,. n 1 r itfiisviiii pn 1 nrru rn inp nrnsr ror n 1 1 pni in r p 1 r .1 7 1
The young man who went to the Hop
. l. 1 j:.i..t. . ..r l.i.
leveral days afterwards, saya be won't
0 any more.
Drink, Drank, Drunk. This b
l . .1 I -.. . .1 t . .. . . .
Iiai IUCT UIU titSb iwiuiuuj uucniuuu
... . . 1 .
KllllUUt IUM1 iu iu(,r, v"ii wi pivimm
l-.: U.'l...MI :. 1..1
iiimitiviit " wmv .. - J
Shot. Mr. Jas. D. Hodges, a Depu
... 1 . 1- t .... rti . i.t
ly internal ikereuue vuiiecinr, w no duui
and wourded in tho arm, while attempt
ing to enter a Gastou county dUUllery, on
Help the Orphans. We are
requested to say that the Concert tor tne
benefit of the Orphan's at Oxford, wil
certainly take place on the lO.h of Feb-
rti!i. I 1 1 T IT
ruarj wen. j icacis can vc unu ui .
Chance of Route Aerents. Mr
Saw) er of Ashcville h is been a poin d
Mail Agenf on the W. N. C. H. R , vice
and Aewinff .Hachine
OP ALL KINDS, ALSO NEEDLES, OIL A
mitfiAU, ALSU A iOT Cr
capital required. Particulars and
pie sent free Address with 6 cent
. KUs Williamahurw N Y
PSYCHOMAITCT, or 80 TJX CHAM-
rlKG luw either ni - ;
snd gain lhe love A aneciiooa of aaj psasata
thev chooae instantly. This sisanlf m.
quiremeni an can poaseas, tree, v maiL for Be,
.ujTincr wiiu m marriage imMSv
Oracle, Dreams Hints to LadSea,
.ieni onirv etc. a aueer hm
wnjJMiAOi -v rm.iiiffch. ti
offers $50 reward for him, but says noth
ing about wanting his wife bark the un
gallant cuss J
A Stranger Accomodated. Not
long since a foot passenger drew up here
and applied for a nights lodging id the
Station House, supposing that as in cities,
we were charitable enough to shelter all
comers. The police very kindly escorted
him to the Catabooee, where he spent the
night. Be it known that the City's Ho
tel presents very meagre accommodation?.
In the morning the old fel was thoroughly
disgusted , and assured the gentlemanly
policemen that "he'd be damned if he
wban.cd any more staping in sich a sti
tion bus as that." We don't blame
are the real ones. We believe that gen
eral prosperity will come only when we
shall have remodeled our present finan
cial system, rid ourselves of negro, scala
wag and military government, and put
in office Democrats who will respect the
constitution, the rights and liberties of the
people, the sovereignty and independence
of the States, and administer the laws for
the benefit of all classes and all sections
with honesty, dignity and impartiality.
When we shall havo routed Grautism,
Sheridanism, and Radicalism, we may
hope for more prosprous times, not be
The Wilmington Star. This
Mr. John L. Bailey, resigned. A mail excellent paper has been the head and
sgeuts place is much mote interesting front of the opposition to the calling of a
since the advent 0 postal cards. Convention. 1 hat it has been honest
ana sincere in :ita opposition, we have no
.UlCC BreaI. We are indebted douht. But since the Democratic Exocu
to Mr. Jerry M. Brown for a loaf of nice I tive Committee, of the State, speaking for
bread. Mr. Brown has connected with the party, has recommended is the Legis
his Notion and Confectionary store, a first hat rue to call a Convention, the Star haa
class Bakery, and is prepared to fill orders j not uttered a word against it. It no doubt
pence r" and also notice of said election shall be
tA vortiooil nt t It a ( 'rtrt TTrttaaa s4fw-ht In fianl Kaalatss rv
1? ire neks written at the lowest adequate And that at the election held as aforesaid those
rates. As regards rates would say he approving um proporution, ahall deapomt in the CONSISTING OF
a j . . . I ballot box ballots with tte printed or written I Ta1 QT, a xaAla .
does not pretend to compete, with the a . .u a.. .,. i-iegai and 0010 1?
t a 1 nwiuo " I f " vTva, uinniimuiuia kUC I
many "Wild Cat" Co's , that write at ? "hall deposit ballots with Uie printed or of Different qualitfes, aUo. several styles ol
wrni nil urntvia "hai ta nnpnooi - t m
rate the party wishes. Thoueh 1 1 r rurv
fl -A j
300 PIANOS & 0SOAIB
New aod Seeond-riaad. of First -Clans Mafc- - v
tn.mUU mid at Lover Pries sr oada, ST
on Installment, sr for rent, in City r
Country, during these Hard Times ami Hat . JL
HOLIDAYS, lj HORACE WATERS dc
SON. 481 Broadway, than ever before otfsr
ed in New York. Agents wanted Is asff
Waters' New Scale Pianos, mud Coaasrsa
Organs, niostrated -Catalog oea Mafias!
Great lodoeeinents to the Trade. A IsVft
discount to Teachers. Ministers fharnlnai
Lodges. Schools, etc. 4 w.
t mill,! .nn ..no u,..r,t 1 1 . ! .. t. ; A I T T. P '. TM.'I."
' T uiig noiil Ulio KIUU UI DHEUB I m ' "num..
I nan ranee hp run hnn it wrHtt fn than, Sec'y, Pro-tem.
at such rates as tbey are willing to pay,
but will not recommend suchCo's.
tf J. ALLEN BROWN.
JrfO Fire. It is perhaps not general
ly known that the nniortuiialo prisoners
who get into our jail during the winter
have to remain there without fire, no mat
ter how cold the weather may bfs Wc
have just heard of a prisoner w ho has lost
hia toenails from the effects of ctdd suf
fered while in our jail. His . feet became
severely frostHbitten. But he is not tLe
only instauce of suffering that has come
to us from that quarter. The intense
suffering of these unfortunate peop'e will
be better understood when it is known
In Rowan Co.. on the 17th, by Rev. W.
Kimball. Mr. William Ashbr and Miss
Rozena E. Rogers.
On the 21st bv the same assisted by Rev.
W.R. Kelchie. Mr. Edward L. Linn and
Miss Martha J. Ketchie, all t Rowan co.
P. BATTLE. P. H CAMERON
President. Vice President.
W. II. HICKS, Sec'y.
STATE LIFE Insurance
RALEIGH, N. C.
PACKET, COMMERCIAL, FRE2JCH AND
Paper and various styles and sizes of
Ink Pens Peociles ..
also a large lot off Morgan's
Stereoscopic Views of the
Coughs, Colds Hoarseneess
AND ALL TH0AT DI8EA8E8,
UfTI I Q' PAQQni IP TaDI CTO
vs-s.s.w unnuukiv I MULL I C.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druetriat senerallr.
FULLER & FULLER, Chicago, IU.
1 T T . I i ' 1 i i T . . i - - - -
nompeier reiaie mm um-
in JNewton countv, Ua.. on
Mart F. Rkadt.sy. atrcd. about w rears.
The deceased was a daughter of the late
uev. west Harris ot Covington, Ua. II er g
lustand l cd iu Louisiana softfc IT or 13 At en1 of FscTl Yejr hnd over
years ago, leaving her with twchildren to w p0,itieg wilhont wttllni , pi ,e om
rear and educate. Her life was spent in use- Prudent, economical and energetic manage-
fulncss ; the early portion ot it ib educating ment has made it
several of ber vounacr brothers, whom she
had the pleasure of seem? enter unon a ca- A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION
rcer of usefulness in various callings. The This Company i-wnea every desirable form of
Yosemite and ctber noted placet which
arc truly magnificent.
also a stock f superior
Which will be sold low at Singer Sewing
Machine Store on South side main Street, near
the Public Square,
latter part of it, was devoted ,to her own Policies at as low rate as any other First CI
children. Her life-work was school teach- Company.
inr Ttv thl4 tneAna she anataSnel lioraolfl ImPOC5 no UselertH restriction nimn rntiilenA Oil and after
that tbey have no fire during the winter. and children, and fitted them for the duties or travel. T UIS DAY,
Tli Sheriff nrrvif1.s tVim witli npppairr I of life. She W&s a christirn mother, and I IIiu a fixed naiil nn valuean all nnlioiM I April 21st Psb-
or supply bread, cakes, c, toau comers. 1 regards the action of the E.xecuUre Lorn- j .. ,.,y,t. tjUt ig ot BU left an example worthy of imitation by the I two annual payments.
miMee as seiiuner me quesuon, as it. aocs . ., , , ., . ' 7 : . . r 1 m cuuib an!. are wancu mu lnvcaiea
I ldiJ slum 1, nA tvormn ami t lio nniinnon t. A rA T 1 .... A r... 1. : I
Grand Grift Coaoert-We are as- most assuredly, so far as the party is con- . MnvfnrtM. it i- nntr. it i- unto me. Write, blessed are the dead which A HOME,
ii 1 .-Ll i L i .1 .? ... . I " " " 13 -I " I r . ' . - .. ...
Richmop. York RrvEa and
Chesapeake Railroad Comtaky
KicaiioxD. April lrtu
urcd that the drawing will certainly take j cerned, and we commend the patriotism,
i . n I - i -r,l. VI... nl, 1 a 1 r . f 1
Pw unxH.wr,wu mm, .v. 5 UW3 w"Ba"""u' " brkk walls and donrive them of the com
TAC 1 C - - I
... ow- forts necessary to health and life. No
nil i . f l i a a. . i
l no oDject ot tue uoncert is 10 raise
funds (o erect an Odd Fellows Temple, and
is therefore praise-worthy.
inhnmen. it is ernd to neu neonle nn in 7. T IZ " "v"" uwwu'" ' r-TCV 10 ,aner ana encourage home er.terpn
' ' i r r ine opirii. iiku incv mav resi irom ineir la-1 tu: i n j
hors and their wnrltn tin frllrtmi- thnm " I J m J 1
. . J' . " i miuros.
Also, on tne lotn Uec.. last, in lieorgia,
treiciit xraina on mis roan wul run as lollowa
Passenger Train for West Point leaves Rich
mond at 3 P. M. (Saudays excepted), and Ar
rives at Richmond Irom Wct Poiut at 10 A.
M., daily (Sundays excepted).
The splendid . steamers HAVANA and
LOUISE, will ma iu connection with thi road.
and will leave Went Point daily (Sundays ex
Itiox AT AI.ETAKnaU, VA.
MARCH 29th, 1875.
i Grand Cash Gift
1 UraudUaah UUt
I Grand Cash Gift
10 Cash Gifts.. 10.000
15 Cah Gifts..
50 Cash Gifts..
100 Cash Gifts..
10.00 Cash Gifts..
1.000 Cash Gifts..
20.000 Cash Gifts..
A Swindler. A private letter in
form us that a traveling scalawag, deal
ing in aa asratus for marking clothes,
haa swindled some of the boys at Hills
bore Military School. He left there for I self of the benefit of its couusels
The Fayellecille Gazette thinks we have
been hood-winked. Well, the Gazette can
we imagiue. See through a stone wall.
We can't. We may sometimes be de-
eicved : but the Gazette never. We are
glad that the Gazette is so wise, so sagaci
ous, and logical, for we can now avail our
Cotton. Over 500 bales changed
bands during the past week, and at golly
wboppin figures. We will have to have
anew cotton platform and weigher soon,
and then we want Joe Caldwell of the
Charlotte Observer to come up and report
for us. What do yen say aonney t
will cost something, but let it be doue, or oas "A he, h" "d 0Ul ?PPim;
x i .1 i j . mem 10 aeu uuvesa iickcu mwi ewamur, xi
rcraap. o a.i. patvjr tot US cease to boast Of civilization or CL to all points in Texas. Arkansas Mississippi.
all, desire a Convention and it is to influ- I (.kriatian hnmanitv I Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana,
ence sueh as the Gazette that the leaders
make a pretence of opposing: it. Who
11 i'u loni. in uctnuio, i:.U l C . t. r i 'ii .1 1 I un mil ivac 1 uiuv u.un 1 punuat b v a-
Mr. West IlAnms, brother of Mrs. Bradley, t ' .u o - 4" . w,u u" cepted) on the arival of the train which leave
prisoners whose death is noticed above.-Com. .1a I "f "unue 0, ,W nn na. y Kichmoud ttta r. U arriviup st HalUm..re next
- T. morning in anipIoUme to e:.unctt with trains
up Foreign Companies, when they can secure fr Washington and the Bast, North and Weet :
insurance in a Company equally reliable and and leave Ualtiinare dailv (Snndnrs excepted)
every dollar's premium they pay be loaned and at 4 P. M , connoatin? a? Wet Point with train
invested in our own State, and among our own due at Richmond at 10 A.M., next morning
Theo. F. KLUTTZ,
J. D McNEELY, Agt's.
Salisbury, N. C.
The undersigned wishes to inform his numer-1 KLFFIrs & TA 1 LOE.
uen 1. i M.-1. Agrs. ureensooro sn.
Dee. 31 ly.
matter how base or wicked the
may be, they are intitled to comfortable
quarters. This we suppose every one FOR
with proper, cbr'slian, or human impulses SOUTH "vVES
will concede, then why is not the iau
properly warmed ! It can be done by a
furnace underneath, or by steam pipes
extending; through the upper parts. It
vin Charlotte. Cnliimhi a nrt Ainri,L R. RnnH.
We are also told that there is a stench! and their Southern Connections. Through
tbat emanates from the upper rooms, foul Emigrant Tickets, or Vint Claw Tickets sold,
1 'i Mil itamranajThailrnn lhAiih ft ' r-f i na w talk! nrr
enough to kill an ordinary man subjected to take Laborers to the above States, will find
to its influence a reasonable leuirth of time, it greatly to their own advantage by negotiating
. f ... j I with the undersigned at Salisbury. Information
There is no excuse for this, aod we are in reard to ata time and &nnociion will
0 miHiMnoo t hit it ia nvmif fni f r ramnm I r- fnrnichpil Pifhor rvorattin 1 1 v nr t h rnurr h t in
m Ivl I . I l ouiunovu tajts ao uvausiiii.i w i , twain i - vu ., j-viuvuuu umvmam
iw vub use wi luifcco, uia-Biuiui Biiupo, , . . . ,. . , . mail.
AsAt .u m- ol" I there. Are there ne disinfectants to be
occ, now on exniumuii m iuo a iu onup ui
A Good Thing. The wind Mill
Fare to Haiti more, f:ir0 ; Balti more and re
turn, $6. WahiagUn.$4. Fare to Philadel
phia. fC ; to rhilndelphia and return, 132.".
Far to New York- $10 ; to New York and re
turn, $19S. Boston $!." 25.
Freight train, for through freight only leave
Richmond daily (Monday excepted) 10:30 At
M., connect iug with steamers at West Point
that deliver freight In Baltimore early next
morning. Th rough freight received daily.
Freight train, With Passenger ear attached,'
for freight between Kiehmond and West Po
leaves Kichmon! Mondays, Wednesday
i.i mm m a m k .
rnuava si 7 a. m. uoeai ircigni re t
W. N. BaAGO. Master of Transportation.
Mr. Lewis Brown, is the beat thing out.
obtained ? We respectfully call the atten
tion of the County Commissioners to the
A. POPE. Oen'I. Passenger & Ticket Agt..
Columbia, S. C
J. A. McCOXN A DGILEY,
Agt. C. C. & A. It. 11., Salisbury,; N. C. i
Sept. 3, tf. Special Agent
Sled. We regret to hear of the death t destined to take the place of bellows.
ot Mr. Jesse Lyerly, which occurred at I it produces a steady current, does its
1 1 e i . . I cr 1. 1 a I js ens 1
.us nouse in mis county on ine ,uu. woric more torcioiy ana oetier tuan.me We clip the following from the report
oi lipnoiaroeumonia. sir. ..yeriy waa u peiiows, ts cneaper ana easier woreu ; if tnQ audUing committee of the artisan's
i mm a i . I - .a m 1
louustnous, usetul, and respected citiaen, and, as between tue two, so tar as meu Build5 & Loftn A8SOcUtioil of Phila
1 . a . v. a. : m m A r 1 1 1
and will be much missed m bis Uciguoor I is concerned, u is all m favor ot tne wind I (,.,hia-
. 1 Cliun uiiuii-iuMutir ii , luiu
., TV. .1 J
Mr. Urown, or trom Mr. uicuson, at Auditors have accomplished the dunes
W -, ;...i..k....i . ax Tt..;- Thomasville. assigned to us. and find the books and
i, , , . , , ., vouche" of tho Secretary and .treasurer
Barker for a bottle of Scupenionf wine. correcW ftnd &QSUlciU condition of the
v n trr . t ItA.AfAM I . . . t 1 3 .1 t . rn, - ....
" - , -ii- tun. mm, Niv-n, isig invenrion.ioy (i, un; iuujuus 1 association propperou8. i nis examination MAIL
speak as to its merits : but if it is like mnn man wi10 made all the maps Gener I has also shown that the immense capital Leave Salisbury 12.i0
What tkw l,..,.r. w im rrn.rA 'Priatl , .1 .1 TT t I of this and kindred associalions. from ' Greensboro 343
VI V ' " a U-raul and inc union army, ceiuuuuivD - - . Danville via R I) 6 13
kP every variety of wines, and of the Af whieh he nnblished. has tost tovelltidl",L'," Tr'JTll ' " midland 6.30
- - I - - ' J I Ou u 1 I T7 TY1 iQiHnWI I I 1 W PflTllin U 11 I 1 VI I -, r. m m
I wh; i Kicnmonu e.io
a way ot getting a reuei piaic irom sieti accumula!ions of one raillKn dollars "Charlottesville, 1.36
so as to print Lloyd's Map of American monthly, is the backbone of Philadelphia; Arrive Huntington,
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE :
Che sapeak and Ohio R . E .
On and after January 3rd , 1870.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
FIRST AND FINAL POSTPONEMENT
GRAND GIFT CONCERT,
To have been (riven in tlm Cltv nf rirt-pr
boro, N. C, on December 31, 1874, for the pur- Tuesdays ThurHclayn and Haturdava.
pae of erecting an ODD FELLOW'S TEM-1 ElJWABD F. FOLGEU,
PLC. has been postponed until
n KUAEsuAY, MARCH 1Tn, 1875.
At which time the Concert will certain lv be
given and the DRAWING GUARRANTEED
A partial drawing could have been made at
the time appointed, but numerous letters, from
Agents and ticket-holders, urge the Manager to
make a short postponement in order to secure
r C, i 1 1 il i n I r r
The (iBAXU GIFT is the New and Well- I Ur Dill W atei W IieCl
BEN BOW HOUSE worth $60,000.
Grand Casn Gift, - iil 0,000,00.
Kkat. Kbtate Gifts; - - 81,000,00.
Cash Gifts, .... 82,500,00.
22,17u ChAA GiU,
NUMBERS OF TICKEST 1
PRICE OF TICKETS
Whole Tickets. . . f
Eighths or each Coopoa.. ......... Urn
oi Tickets for .100 UP
The Mnntpelier Female Ha mats Isna
tion, chartered by the Lrgislatar of Vfcwbla
.4 m I. M VI 1 . . . m
uv un vircuu uwn of i r
proiKwc. bv a series of Grand Gift
esUbliah and endow a "Hu for Ub Old.
firm, and Drtitoe Idie of Virginta1 at
MoitH-l.er, Uic former H-idana uf Pnaid 1
Uoykkkor's Office. RicnMoaa, Jalv J,
ii uurii ;ne pleasure to car that I
acquainted witii a large majontj of iko mi
of the Moutpelbr Female Aasoiarfc,
reiae in u e vien-itj , ( mr borne, snd I sttl St
mcir ii.ieuigt i re ai.d t: ejr woru and fcp
reputation n rentlcn rn. an well s tv kiu
ennfidencff, iuHurr.ce and snbwtanUal umbm
lpcraily repreii'Ml among them.
J A1IK L. KKMPKK. Gov. vlrgtate.
Alra xiuia, Va.. Julr 8. 1874. I
coiDintiij thein at genu of hoDnr sadiaaaaaHl
-ot tbs fa
uSwaU0W8 Homeward Fly. ' Continent showing from ocean to ocean by elevaling the character of iu people
. . . B nomewaraf y; "T ' 2i tm nn iuu an,r,n opening new streets, on which are erected
" St. Louis,
Grand Total, - - - $164,000,00.
References We refer, by permission.
to the following gentlemen nf onr City, and
would be glad if the credulous would write
to any of them :
R. P. DICK. Jndge U. S. District Court,
Western District of V. C.
p.m THO. SETTLE, Judge Supreme Court,
.i T. B. KECQ I, Heenster in Bankrantev.
RO. M DOUGLAS, U. S. Marshal.
Mr ci 1 1 t i T- ... t x . . , n . .
am w. n. i)rvij, toitor .ew sonn state,
p m DUFFY & ALBRIGHT, Eda. Patriot,
am HA. E. SHOBER, of Ann of Wilson 9c
V Shober. Baukers.
a m JULIUS A. GRAY, Cashier of the Bank of
P m f:r..nB,oro.
POOLE d- nUNT BALTIMORE,
Maaafaetarsrs for Us South aad foithw it,
Wa are glad to see returned to Salisbury -on One entire sheet note paper, 40xo0 LLfortable homes with all the modern
-s. Alex Brown and Thos. Crawford, incue. large, on a gu5 PT conveniences, within the reach ot all Connecting at these Point, with the great R. M. STAFFORD. Sneriff of Guilford.
ur tormer fellow-citizens who have been ed.saeo ana rarnunea iur wc .T. u prOVing mat ;ne men anu women oi Trunk Lines for the iNortn west, boutawest I J. D. WHITE. Post Master.
Uvbr in T-. . xr,i, .nA washing and mailins: anywhere in monthly and weekly wages are, by co- Uamorais 'lexae ODELL, RAG AN dc CO.. Merchants
" " bouic TDUI. iivii." i or n . . i . , . ., r.li I M Al 1 Tnunt i
CamlSn. xr.u , I !. wm-M fVir 25 cents, or uovarnisued for I npriion, ncu, ana nov ine capua..Bw
'ua ius i (in ri . i . rn iininna itpiil h- i liivj n vn- ' 7 1
10 cents. TOs map shows the whole on,J'
United States and Territories iu a group
charge of burglary committed in High tians, lakes, rivers, streams, gold mines,
relet. The Sheriff nf flnSMrJ --Mr railway stations, &c. This map snouia those of the copntry.
.- v vi a 1 mj '
For Rates and information aa to Route time Ac
J C. DAME,
So Agent Greensboro N C
intn ihu list of Sprint or ? RA find
TflWi tt 1 K MillfAit nlaAOil ! . nA ra si U Ct . .
A nejrro man from surveys to 100, wuu a the names 01 nepuoncans wnose niaiea
arrested here last Mondar on a on it, sueh as towns, cities, villaget moun- have wheeled into the Democratic ranks,
. . "cro aionuay, on a 1 " yet these men are daily opposing their
M S5W "Z 12 rEMIGEANTS GO ON EXPUESS
renresented in the Senate that 1 KAirsb.
50 HOWARD, Gen. P. d T, Agent; R. S.
Republicans, 5 Liberals snd 19 Democrats. 1 T1TCH, Gen. Jf retght Agent ;
Mail Trains run usuv except aunuay, 1 1 w sirTT
'- fUtnnlar. ' '
Through Tickete for sale at R. R. offices at l Price of Tickets $2.50 Number of Tickets
Charlotte, Salisbury, aod Greet sboro.
Lowest Freight Rates made by this Konte :
issued only 100.000,
now to Remit Money should be sent
by Registered Letters. I'oat Office Order, or
Nearly 7000 now in use, working under
heads varying from 2 to S40 feel !
24 sizes, from 5 to 96 inches.
The most powerful Wheel in the market.
And most economical in nre of sir
Large ILLUSTRATED Patnhplei sen
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO. OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers. Babcock Ac Wilcox Patent
and fully untitled u the t
R. w. ncunBs, r judge
fu 1her refcrt-r' 1 r n-rmikir. : BTsK&c-l
lenc CilbeilC. f- - rilBSM af Xm.
Iltui-Uobt E. v ilherA, Lieut -Gov. ofTa. uf
U. 8. Senator elect : Senators and Member ml
Con jrefc form Va.
Remit tancea for tirkel may be made to ea-
fwrm pvepaM, poi f.ibc
a a a h
aKDington, it. u or by
t or mil partioalerw.
for Circular. Addreaa.
BARBOUR, Paas'rM.F. U. A.Ai
OCA. I, 1874 ly. .
riitl"ion Needle-book, with
Send stamp. lluiACo.. ew
HAVE YOU TRIED
which acta mo baneAtiaily ea
mar as ts hspart vm U all
Express, with name. Post Office, Ooonty aod Tubulous fritters, Ebaogh's Crusher for
county be in every house.
you will get a copy by return mail.
. . . 1 at nrviiun l t h 1 1 1 1 ii 11 w i f - r j a - t . . .
- - quarters in tue county w,u fT" . .7 , . . . Ibodv would stand 48 Democrats and 26 1 W-C. W1TCKHAN, rses-Arssiaent ; 0. K.
re,ns for kleptomanias. Sweet be his Lloyd Map Company, rnilaaeipnm, mna Republicans, instead of as at present.
State, of the purchaser, written plaiuly.
For further particulars apply to the Man
ager Rox 8, Greensboro, N. C.
CYRUS P. MENDENIIALL, Managat.
J . H. KNMSS.
Salisbury, N. C. Dec 14, Itb.
Minerals, Saw and Griat Mills, Flouring
Mill Machinery for White Lead Works
and Oil Mills, Shafting Pulleys aod
8END TOR CI RCULAR8.
Sep. 3. 1874 6m.
Are yon so Languid that any
quires more of aa effort than you feel
m saaaing 1
Then try JURUBEBA.tto rilinf I
tne vital loreea.
It is no alcoholic 1
h.r a short time, only to let Ito
a low depth of atlaary. but It it a
tonie acting directly on the Hrer aad 1
It regnlate Ibe Hnwala. aula
aod give nuth a healthy tone to tto
ytem to awun uaae U
like a new peraoa.
It operation I' not rlelert. tot la 1
ised by grr-.it gentleness ; tto patfaut
leneea no insaau atonge, aw aaanrau
bat gradnally hia truuhlea
- Fold their tenu. Uka tto
And aileotl teal aa ay."
Tni i no new nnwVd dlmrw en
toen long need wit a wnaorfalreaaak tlrtsarta
aod ia prunooueeU by tLe hial
tnr nirT prwenni iot.ie ate (
Aa yowr arngrt! JT lt-
V raaleky WM. P. HDD El A I