Ex-Governor Randolph is to be the
new Democratic Senator from New Jm
The New York World
ggs of an invalid hen
tale than the
They am making a fearful hnbbub in
Boston over the discovery of a genuine
Raphael, bnt the Connecticut artist wbe
(tainted it thinks he ought to have some
of the credit.
Logan's speech on Louisiana is to be sent
as a fire-brand into toe west, anu me
Senator is having it amply illost rated with
eots of skull and cross-bones, jost as drug
gists label a bottle of poison,
When Alexander H. Stephens passes a
Washington undertaker's establishment,
the proprietor always comes to the door,
takes a long, lingering look at the shad
owy form oi the great parag rophist, and
than returns to wonder at the mysterious
ways of Pro videnc e.
It will he seen that Mr. Beck of Ken.
tacky it making an effort to suppress the
Lobby at the National Capital. Who
will be first to introduce a bill looking to
the suppression of this disgrsceful neu
sance at our State Capitol Observer, 1
An Iowa editor who attended a party,
was smitten with the charms of a fair
damsel who wore a rose on her forehead,
and thus gushed about it ;
Above her nose
Tberei a rose -Below
There ia a nose,
Rose ; nose,
Below her chin,
There was a pin ;
Above the pin
There is a chin,
Wherenpon a rival editor thus apostro
phises the Iowa chap t
Above the stool
There is a fool
Below the fool,
There is a stool.
JJelov hja seat
There are two feet
Above these feet
There is a seat.
Members Eelct to tne Urenerai
Assembly of Now uaroiixv
1st District. Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank,
Perquimans. Hertford, Uates ena uim m t
Wm. t. Shaw ana inon "-' .
2d. Tyrrell. Washington, jjeauron -anrun.
Dare. Pamlico and Hyde, has. Latham and
3d. Northampton aim tfertu?, t?.
4P? ... . n . T
4tb. lialitax, jonn pryam, P
5th. Edgecombe, W. P. Cabaou. Rep,
6th. Pitt, Jos. B. Stickney, J)em.
7th. Wilaon, Nash and Franklin, thas,
Cooke and Nich W. Boddie, Denis.
8th. Craven, Rich'd tucker, Kep
CRAIGE & CBAIGE. Piedmont
ATTORNEYS At I-AW
Solicitors in panhrnplcp.
After a severe wrestle with the diction
ary, the Louisville CourierJournal rises
to say i "We should like to characterize
in fit terms the conduct of Grant and his
clique toward the people of Louisiana, hut
t mere attempt to do so beggars tne isn- n, aiMr.iL. - olll man Hvinff in
guage and drives it a shirt ess, shivering Acre DiifTg. Beanfort wnniJi wa8
nan nur tn I It A rtfT timlBA I . . T .
pauper to the poor house.'
Mr. A. Branson Alcott was once ex
pounding his theory of the sin of eating
flesh, and said, "A man who eats pork
becomes a little swinish, does he not t
and if he eats mutton he is inclined to be
sheepish." "Perhaps so," replied Dr.
Jamas Walker, "but I have noticed that
men who live ou vegetables are apt to he
father small potatoes,"
burned in his house on the 2Ut ulto. It
ia thought that he was murdered aud the
house and body afterward burned.
The Wilmington Star tells
story about the death of Mrs. rJlaekman,
of that place. She was standing before
the fire on Tuesday morning, when a
sudden scream from one of her children
Caused her to turn. As she did so her dress
A Sad Family Bereavement. Ou
Mondav nhrbt. little Tonimie, son of Mr.
T !P. A. mid Mrs. Marv Jane Davis, of
. - - j
this city, died of diphtheria, as was an
nounced fn yesterday's paper. On Wed
nesday night, another child the only re
mainin? one. a little girl about six years
painful j 0idt died of the same fatal disease. Car
B. T. Gray. Associate editor of tb
Christian Advocate, was married in Fay
Seville on Wednesday evening last to
taught a fire, and before aid arrived, all .k- beautiful and accomplished Miss Caro
a 1.-J I J - IT OI.. 1: I ...
ner doming uau ourneu on. one imgi-i Mv ot that City
cu in great agony igr auout eigui uourr,
and then expired.
have sent Charles Francis
While the Legislature of North Garoli
na is voting to take from our state Agrr
ice of $1,500,
Legislature might 5nUnJ fll.
is Adams, or Gov. dmUea by the State for
.Tnnps Onslow and Carteret, W.
10th. Wayne and Duplin. D. E. Smith and
John 1. Stanford, Dems.
Hth. Lenoir and Greene, Josiah Sugg,
Dem. ' V i.
12th. New Hanover, JSdw'a wuuweii,
13th. Bladen and Brunwich. Cashwell,
J 4th. 8ampson. Edwin W. Keer Dem.
15th Columbus and Bebeson, W. Foster
16th. Ckimberlana anu narncu, vw.
Pegram, Dem. '
17th. Johnston, L,. K. waaueu, um.
18th, Wake, Charles M. Busbee, Dem.
John M. Paschall. Ken.
20th! Person, Orange. Caswell, C. E. Parrish
and Ceorge Williamson, Dems.
21st. Granville, Richard G. Sneed, Rep.
22d. Chatham, W. G. Albrigl Dem.
23d. Rockingham, James Irvin, Dem.
24th. Alamance and Guilford Jas. T.'More
A. S. Holton. Ken.
25th. Randolph and Moore, K. H. Worthy,
26th. Richmond and Montgomery, James
27th Anson and Union, C. M. T. McCauley,
Dem. T . .
28th. Cabarrus and Stanley, Llr.ueo. Anaex-
Bon, uem. .
29th. Mecklenburg, K. r. waring, vein.
30th. Rowan and Davie, J. H. Clement,
r T ;
3 Int. Davidson, Alfred llargrnve, uem.
32d. Stokes and Forsythe, Nelson 8. Cook,
lP. . M T f-t I 1 TV.
33d. Surrv anrt laoain, j. v. Aiarrcr, xm.
34th. Iredell. Wilkes and Alexander, R. F.
Armfield and R. Z. Linney, Dems.
35th. Alleghany, Ashe and WaUnga, A.J.
McMillan, Dem. . .
36th. Caldwell, Burke, Mcuoveu, mucneu
and Yancey, J. C. M i lis, J . M. Young, Uenw.
37 th. Catawba anu Lincoln, uaiy. . .
Graham, Dem. ,
3Sth. Gaston and Cleaveiana, J esse jeuums,
39th. Rutherford and Polk, M. walker,
40th. Buncombe ana Aiaaison, . o. mckiivj
41s. Havwood, Henderson and l ransyivama,
T. W, Taylor, Rep.
42d. Jackson. Swain, Macon, vneroKev, v.iuy
and Graham, James R. Love, Dem.
Democrats (straight), Ai ; l inaepenaeni
Democrat ; Republicans, 12. Democrats ma-
Speeial attention daid to proeesl
JOHN W MAUNEY,
Attorney at Law,
SALISBL I iV. if.
Soecial Attention eiveu to Collections.
Office in Court House.
March 5. 1874. ly.
Richmond & Danville, Richmond
DuTUlel. W., a. C. Divlawn, anu
North Western S. C. B. W.
Ia Effect ea aad after Sunday. Dee. 27, 1874
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 18T4 tt.
A REPRESENTATIVE AMI CHAMPION
OF AMERICAN ART TASTE!
STATIONS. Man. Express.
Leare Charlotte .... 1000 r a 8J6 am
" Air-Lin J'nctfa 10.08 8-M
" Salisbury taJO A K 10.54
" OrecDBboro 4 " 1.15 rH
" DanTilto ai "
" Dundee 6.35 " 8 48 "
M Borkevill 1188 8.80
Arrire at Richmond. 1 r X 11.09 r M
STATION. Haiu. ExPKKsa.
Leve RicJirand 1 88 m 6.08 a. X.
Bnrkeri la 4.4t
' Dundee 9.36 "
Danville 9.90 " 1 12 r it
" Oreenahoro 18.86 am 4.15 "
8alibury 8.37 " 6.46 "
" Air-Line J'nct'a 8.15 8 68
Arrive t Charlotte... 6.33 am 9.06 M
rnorftiuitnn. or J aAv AbWt. or John premiums only, the Legislature ot V irgin-
Ouincv Adams to the Senate, but Derferred ia gives favorable consideration to a bill
tosead tbe exposed Credit Mobtlier nero. the to exempt the Agricultural Society of that
weather-cock Dawes. Truly, this is an era State from all taxation t and lias before it
for pigmies to perch on Alps. It is some a hill appropriating $3,000 for tbe ostab
lisbment of a labratory. When will rvortu
Carolina cease to be the Rip Van Winkle
of the States of tbe Union ?
Baptist Statistics. Tbe past year
comfort to know, however, that Dawes is
opposed or teas opposed to the nse of the
bayonet in Louisiana.
Petersburg Index and Appeal.
The Washington fiftor mention, it L
anvinnt a rw en mroatloa faat t K ft f (kanavf 1
SHHHU8 AMU vug5VBWTV aVS Valtvw kUU lit, Al
Congress will contain on its roll a greater
number of Confederate than Uniou offi-
We are glad to know that tbe people
of the South are giving recognition to the
merits of her soldier sons. The addition
will add greatly to the honor, dignity and
purity of that body .News. '
A writer from Berlin thus describes a
German military bow : "Imagine an oak.
plank tlx feet in height, with a hinge in
the middle, draw up to perpendicular,
and, with a quick movement, snap the
binge so that the upper part suddenly;
springs forward and back again, and you
will have tome idea of the gracefulness of
the executed movement, and of the ultockj
one get when being introduced to a Ger
man military "swell.'?
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Alamance, Jas E Boyd, Rep.
Alexander, J M Coron, Ind Dem.
Allegheny, Field, Dem.
Anson, W E Smith, Dem,
Ashe, Squire Invett, Kep
Prospectus for 1S75 Eighth Tear
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people of America to the claims of high art.
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. . ... i ! . , i
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one ot great denonnnationa
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States. In the pajt year tbey have gain
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dained ministers, 127,632 members, mak
tng tbo present grand totals 94J associa
tiotis. 21.510 cbnrches, 13.154 ordained
ministers and 1,704,17 1 church members
of whom 802,406 were baptized during
the past year. They have about 8,000
more churches than tbey have ministers.
Tbe churches during the past year have
increased iasler than the number of
The Whirligig of Tims. The
New York Sun suggests a poiMibiliiy that
would be a curious instance of one of those
revenges the whirligig of time often brings
People generally will ri-joice at Mr.
Johnson's election, because they believe
he is honest and fearless, and will perform
Tbe election, without opposition, of the ! useful service in clearing out the corrup
Hon. B. G. Canl6eld, Democrat, to Con-1 f ions and usurpations which Gran tism has
gress from one of the Chicago districts, to brought upon the couutry. He is not a
wise man; he is not a great man; but he
has proveu himself superior to those who
lead the present servile majority of the
Senate. And as Giant's civil career was
introduced by tbe impeachment and trial
of Mr. Johnson, it would be a curious il
lustration of poetic justice if, as a Sena
fill tbo vacancy caused by the death of
Mr. Rice, Republican, has already been
announced. Two years ago the Repub
licans carried this district by 5,535. Tbe
district contains the Federal officers, new
post-office, with several hundred work
men, and tbe residences of all the promi-
ncnt Kepubjtcans, from benator Jjogun tor, be should be called upon to take part
Suits for Damaoks Again&t Fbd
JCKAL Generals. New Orleans, January
J9. J. N. Vaughau. through his attorney,
udjre John A. Cambell, has filed a petition
in the siztn district Court claiming $100,
.000 damages from Sheridan. Emory and
DeTrobriaod, aud J. Csmbell, w ho, on th
4th January last, did unlawfully and forcibly
make assault on petitioner aud thrust him
from tbe House of Ropresentati ves, where
he claimed a seat. Interrogations of fact
are propounded to defendants.
Another Outrage Reported.
in t tic-Grant.
impeachment liial of President
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which either talent or capital can com
mand to render each issue an agreeable and
dar's instructive compendium of choice reading, by
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t The Carolina Household Hapie.
An Illustrated Monthly of Choice Litera
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The first number will be ready for mailing by
December loth, and the periodical will be pub
lUhed each succeeding month thereafter with
ThaNew York Cmmerrhd A r;M, l?" 1 nwrrupuon. auvamage am ne neg-
j . i .li , ' iijwicu
recorns tue louowing outrage :
"Par's de man, Mister Speaker
de man wot done it." shouted a colored
member, rising suddenly from his seat in
the Arkansas Legislature, with 'one hand
pointing to a white man in the gllery4
mid with the other rubbing the summit of
his cranium. "Dat ar cuared while
man jes done spit down on de top of my
It is suggested that Sheridan forthwith
disperse the Legislature at th point of
& the bayonet,
Dkar Father ;Mv Immanuol ap-
pearou 10 me lo-any. ne reveals to me
that I have committed tbe Unpardonable
Sin. which I can only obtain foririveness
for by passing through tbe cleansing Fire.
1 will intercede (or you dear Father. Ynu
wiH find my purified body in the noith
aajt earner oi the Lous.-. I wish to have
my ashes hurried in my Immanuel's
cround at the northeast corner of the
house. Good-be. Mett mo in the oter
Mr. Hocker went to tbo corner of the
ot indicated in the note as the spot
fcere the remains were to be hurried, and
found that bis daughter had staked out a
space for her grave.
Martin Prentiss, Justice of the Peace,
I ' tummoned a jury and bnld an inquest on
the remains. The jury returned a verdict
i accordance with tbe facts.
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Bertie, Wm T Ward, Bcp.
Bladen, John Newell, Rep.
k.JM Bennett. Dem.
B jncombe, M. Patton, Dm, VT. Q. Candler
Burke, S. McD, Tate, Dem.
Cabarrus, Paul B. Means, Dem.
Caldwell, M H Barnbardt, Dem.
Camden, P N Mullen, Dem.
Carteret, Appleton Oaksmith, Ind, Depa.
Caswell, Thomas Harrison, Dem.,
Wilson Cary, Rep,
Catawba. S. M. inger, vein.
Chatham, Jno M. Moring, O. A Hanner,
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Clav, John O. Hicks, Dem.
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Columbus, V. V. Richardson, Dem.
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ReP- .... . T
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Forsythe, Dr W. tl. v neeier, nep.
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Halifax, J. A. White, cancy, rveps.
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Hyde, A.J. Smith, Independent.
Iredell, A. C. Sharp, A. F. Gaither, Dems.
Jackson, E. J. Holt, E. A. Bizzell, Dems.
Jones. J. F. Scott, Rep.
Lenoir, J. P. Parrott, Dem.
Lincoln, V. A. Thompson, Dem.
Mason, Jas. L. Robinson, Dem.
Madison, H. A. Gudger, Dem.
Martin, , Rep.
McDowel, A. M. Erwin, Dem.
Mecklenbury, J. Sol Reid, J. L. Jetton.
Mitchel. Moss Young, Dem.
Montgomery, Elias Hurley, Dem.
Moore, A. A. Mclver, Dem.
Nash, W. T. Griffin, Dem.
New Hanover, "W. H. Moore, H. Brewing
ton, Alfred Lloyd, Reps.
Northampton, R. J. Walden, Kep.
Onslow, Jno W. Shackelforld, Dem.
Orange, Matthew Atwater, Jno W Latta,
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Perquimans, JQA Wood, Rep.
Person, 8 C Barnett, Rep.
Pitt. Joseph S Staton, L J Barnett, Demt.
Polk, John Garrison, Rep.
Randolph, M T Moffit, A H Kendall, Dems.
Richmond, Piatt D Walker, Dem.
Robeson, Dr. R M Norment, Neill McNeill,
Rockingham, W N Mebane, John Johnson,
Rowan, J S McCubbins, Geo M Bernhardt
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Sampson, W H Bryant, James I McCallop
Stanley, A C Freeman. Dem.
Stokes, Thomas Martin, Dem.
Su.-ry, Wm Hay more, Deru.
Swain, T D Bryson, Dem.
Trvsylvania, Thos Gash, Dem.
Tyrrell, W. W. Walker, Dem.
Union, LemueTPresson, Dem.
Wake, M W Page, L D Stephenson, Geo V
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Watauga. J L Green, Dem.
Wayne, Isaac P Dortch. John W later, Dem.
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es, Impotkxct, Mental aad Phyrical Ii
Impedimenu to Marriage, ei
tioh, Em lcivt and Fira, inflarnd by sntf-uv
dutgence or sexusl exlravaaance- Ar
tW We put in a sealec envelope only
The celebrated author, in thia
Eaaay, cleariy deeaonstratea from a thirty
succeatful practice, that the alaming
queoces of self-abase may he radically
i - ta
witaout the dangeroo uee of internal
or the application of the knife ; poiatiag at a
mooe oi core as esses staple, certain, and
tnal, by means of which ever?
tee what hia conditio awry he,
cheaply, privately, and rmdim
This Lecture should he ia the hands i
erery youth and every man in tbe land.
Sent under seal, in a plain cave' ope. lean
address, pott-paid, on receipt of six eeats, or tw
Address the Publishers,
OmJkM. J. C XaVXn 4l CO
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In connection with the
Meaara. Mtnrx A Co., are
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and haef the large etuablishtnent in the world.
More than fifty thouaand applications have
been made for patent th rough their agency.
Patents are obtained on the beat terms, Mod-
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and a 1 vice free. A special notice
the SciEjmnc Am eric ax of all
is made in
OI IKf.l VI .
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Sax I. It. Pall"
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Stock altl 833 OOO
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THE NEW aVILT
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IT lit ORIGINAL WAT OT
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KB IS TREATING
Numerous Patients in Europe, the
West Indies, the Dominion of
Canada, and in erery State
of the Union.
C-.-l I A I I a.
icjiBuir nrr peromi premium aevutuiug to tWir
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ha no iliscsDataeTAKMaa.
Restriction only ach m erery raiUe mm
will brtriilv endarssx The new plan rtlbd
MATIMII BAftK Inaurnrce.
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a well as persons expecting aw Imtvmt each
boo Id examine it careful It.
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March 19, 1874 ly.
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lixher. except in cases where the certificate is
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AU invalids at distance ar required to i
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tarnished by mall free, or at tbe offloa. A
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be allowed. The beainninc at small fort one
bar been made ia selling Dr. Foorwa popular
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adapted to dJta, aad " Sciasatat n Broax" la
fast th tiling for the young. Send for contents
tables and aee for yoaraelrea. The former answers
a BTOlUtude ef qutwUons which ladies aad gentle
men feet delicacy about aaeiac of their pbylctaa.
There ia nothing in literature at all like either
f th foregxane work. "Sciaaca rsr Broax "
can only be had of agent or of the Publishers.
PLAIN I loan TALK" I pebDsbed la both ta
Bugluh aad German lAnfaagca. Ones more,
ADOnBSS AS ABUVK.
We clafm and can how that It Islhe chsap
r .nrsat beautiful, delicately arranged, nicely
adj.uited, eaaily operated, and aaaoothly running
of all the Family Sewing Mschine. It is re
markable not onlv for the range and 01
it sewing, but also for the variety and different
kimla oftixtiirv. which it will sew with equal
facility and perfection, using silk twist, linen or
coUon thread, hueorcoane, aaaamg j -'r
fraricu-Ki.ASTicmTCH. alike on both aide ol
the fabric txewn. Thus, bea-er cloth, or leather,
may be aetrn witli great strcoglli andunifomiUy
of stitch; and, in a moment, uus wining au
ncver-weatving inatrumenl rosy Dfiujisasu swi
fin. wort on mute or eosKsmef lasaue. OS ue
lucking of tarlaun, or ruffling, or al moat any
other work which delicate fingers here beesi
known to perform.
And wilh iu aimplicity of contructioa; ease
ofoperatien; uniformity of rascisE actional
any sped;caiacity for range and variety of work,
fine or coawe leaTing sll rivals behind it.
We with pleasure refer the public lo the Uoid
and Bronst Medals and Difihaaaa awarded to
. . .2 . . - V naUni ana
our Wachines in America, i ru., i
recentlv is Auatria at the Lx position in vieasaa,
where we were awarded 6ve Meats, Merit, rro-
and three for articles manelactnreo wonr
Machine. But it give u much greater pleasure,
worn returns oi aair.
in r...ni I., i lie iMiblic the sworn
r--"T r . . . .v.. A;a-.
(to which Unv one can nave soowaw, .w
ent ManutKtnrer of Machines, for the lt four
(sis made in the receiver anpointeu ny me
"owner of ealuable Sewing Machine Patent, and
which ahew the precte number ol macninca
sold by each Company.
IHR9 18TO 1811 lore
Slnrer Mat.faetlaf O ..W4.ISI ixi ..r
W. e le. A 1Ui de m 'ZTI .'Z
Ht alacVhs- Co.. 43
iroc A Saaer ea!ng
M - chin. Co , SBsV
Domrstlr S-elng d
K'H few nf do l.wi
" Hr- - i u.l.M So 17.SW1
A erlcar Ballon-nele Over
K MacMae ., l.ivw
The onlj knowa rrmedv f..r
BRIGHT S DI8EASE.
And a positive reasedy for
OOUT, GRAVEL, 8TBICTUBBB, 1)1 A BE
TEH, DYSPEPSIA. KERVOTJb DEBILITY
Non-retention or Iacuntinawca at Urine, Ifraa
tiovt, Infhtasatioa or Cloeraiion of the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
HP ERM ATORRHQkaY,
LexaeoTTheBB or Whites, Dswaawas or the Proatau
Ulaad, Slone, aa the Bladder,
Colculoa (i ravel or Biitaiiawt Defaeait aad Mt
co or Milky LWhargs.
Permanently Cure all Disiaass of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DROP8ICAL
Exiting in Men, Wosaea aad Child rea,
ra"NO MATTER WHAT THE AOE1
Prof. Steele says: MOse bsxtle of EerT
Fluid Extract Bueha ia worth swore than si
other Buchus combined."
Price, Oa Dollar per Bottle, or Six for Fist
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Any peron wiahing to act permanently as a
local canvatwer will receive full and prompt
information by applying to
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rinkl. A I. yen
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Democratic (straight),81 ; Independent Dem
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Democratic majority, 45. The De nociati have
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THE ALDINE C0MPAUY,
53 MAIDEN LANE. NEW YORK
Invite attention to their stock' of
Cottage Bedtead French Chamber
K3H Suit, Walnut and painted Cane Scats
Chairs Rocking Chairs of all description, Ex-ten-ion
Dining Tablesof all kind Wardrobe,
Waahstands, W hat-Note, Sofaa, Reception
Chairs and Parlor Suits. Also, many other
articles which we are prepared to sell as cheap
or cheaper than any House ia the western part
of the State.
Be ii re to call nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Express office, see
our stock and hear our price. (ur terms cash.
Special order (made from photographs in
r.m . Ire
J. O. Fo'r
O. r. Th m.n
Unto Button Ho'e
Dav J. R Dtott,
( -olleee. Fhiidelphia. author of several v-lashh
works, can be coram lied oa all di ce ef est
Sexual or Urinary Orgjaata, (whieh he has aaast
an aapuiisl stody either ia seals or fiassW, ss
mattes from what cessse originating or el he
long standing. A pract ids of SO years awahke
him to treat fliaesiss with lacoa uaw
guaranteed. Cbarrea f sasoasbls. These ats
disUncecan forward letter deecrlbiag syassasaw)
nd enchating stamp to prepay postage-
bend for the Quid fe HmhA Fr.cs ist
J. B DYOTT, M. D-.
Physician aad Surgeon, 104 Deaaebi-, 5
Feb. fi 1874 t
Published ftnarterly. January Km- oor office) will be supplied
beh just issued, and contains over IfJO Pages,
500 Engravings, descriptions of more hant
500 of our best Flowers and Vegeta
bles, with Directions for Culture, Colored
Plate, etc The most useful and elegant work
of the kind in the world. Only 25 cents for
the year. Published in English snd German.
Address, JAMES . VICK,
Rochester, V. Y.
Salisbury Tec. 17th , 1374. tf,
lgBBgalglllllllS Zj gg5rat
The reader will alo note that although it la
a i .a . sv we i .1
cnsrgeo mat dewing .tiacntne are aold at en-
- a St f a s a a a
nrmotisiy nign price, yet ne win e that eeer-
. 1 a . J - t e - . a ... -
ai nrms, mat were in existence nave tailed or
abandoned an amprofitahle biwineaa.
We respectfully aolicit a eall from all parties
deirinc a first clam Sewing- Machine.
At oar Store near the Public Square will he
LATEST IMPROVED aTTACHMFMTS
for Tucking, Cording, Ruffling, Ac,
Also Silk, Linen, sad Cotton Threads.
T j i r y ttk
necaies, uu. ore.
inner Manafac taring Co
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
tsct. 2-tf. Aet.t
A full assortraenl of Rosewood, Metalic
and Walnnt Berial Caaes, which can be furnish
ed at 3 hoar notice.
March 19, 1874 ly.
R VR 1 WARE.
When you want Hardware at lo
figures, sal! on the undersigned st No.
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, N C.May 13-tf.
An iLCanSATKP Pobtfouo of Twelve is;
hr Hedachel, each ftlslO) in., er the asfas
Chromo, "The Twiwa," ttaSB Iw-, after U
er. rnce vt 25, including postage. -hUtratofauy
kind. WlTHOCT raEaTTTBt,
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Samples and circular tree. Send Postal Osfi
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