W" L - ? - - I i ' .
Lent began last Wednesday.
The snow wan falling fart, the wind
M whittling merrily through the streets,
nd tire nn was shining with increased
brightness, all in tlitd city, at the eaine
tiare, on lust Sunday evening.-
Salisbury has a euchre club. Send
'em a missionary. Netcs.
Ah 1 Woodson, you know how it is
Qeu. J. C. Gorra in has been elected
Mayor of Raleigh hy the Commissioners,
vice, J. W. 1J olden, deceased.
Bp. sure to tote for the Rail Road next
Mayoral ; and Magisterial :
Not hin c' to report .in either one of these
courts. Salisbury is the most orderly and
law abiding place between the two
Grand Fancy Dress Ball.
The Be opening: of the Boyden
Died We regret to hear of the death
of the wife of the Rev. W. H. Cone, of
this county, which occurred last Monday.
Obituary next wk.
R. R. At the meeting; on Tuesday
night last A. K. Murchison was elided
third Lieutenant vice M. A. Vanderford re
signed. Three additions were made to the
list of the Company.
A Fine Oal Mr. H. G Miller
killed, a few days sgo, a calf 7 weeks old
thai weighed 112 pounds. We think that
was a fine call.
Some people are very fond of walking
these cold nights, we hare heard of one
young man that did not stop until about
124 o'clock on a certain night not long
We are glad to see that our puhlic-spir
i ted business men ate subscribing funds
to be used in improving the Mocksvitle
roads, both new and old, leading into the
town. This will be money well spent
and we trust that the wagon trade fri
the up country will appreciate this ac
Capt. W. F. Avery, of the Charlotte
Observer, was ranrrhd last week to Miss
Lotus Atkinson, af l'.incrion, Johnson
county. The ceremony wii pi-rformed
by the Rev Albert smedes, D. D. of 1U1
Rural Carolinian. We arc in re
eeiptof the February nnraber of this most
excellent magaxine. As an agricultural
journal, it is far superior to all others we
get. It is gotten up with special refer
ence lo the Southern section of the coun
try, and is well adapted to the wants of
our people. Printed at Charleston, S. C ,
for 3t,0O a year.
Changed Hands. We understand
that ihe Gold Hill mine? have again
changed hands. Messrs K. Mauney and
oa now taking charge. We ore glad to
ee this valuable property fall back into
the hands of onr own native citizens, and
especially such enterprising and respon
sibto gentlemen as the Messrs Mauney
and son. There is promise in this
Lieutenants Thus. C. Whitehead and
Eugene M. Wilson of the Rowan Rifle
Guurds, attended as delegate" the mass
meeting for the purpose of arranging for
tho coming Cpnlennial celebration. Lien!
Wilson was placed on the committee o
arrangement, and Lieut. Whitehead on
that of invitations.
The Ball given at the reopening of
the Boyden House on Monday night, Feb.
8th, was, we are of the opinion far a head
of anything of the kind ever before teen
in our city.
To attempt to describe all the numerous
costumes is impossible, we give however
a list of characters, which was adopted,
and well acted.
Indians, Pocahontas, Miss Mag-rie
Opicancano, (brother of Pocahontas),
Louie McNeelv ;
Queen Mab, Miss Lynch ;
Soldier, Aler Murphy ;
1776, Mrs. Chas. II. Overman;
Highlander, Steven Boyden;
Fisher Girl, Miss Lena Shober ;
Sir Walter Raleigh, J. N. Bell ;
Swiss Peasant, Mi
ss May Shober;
Swiss Herdsman, Frank Shober;
Aurora, Miss Sallie Coffin ;
SailorYT. C. Whitehead ;
Dew Drop, Miss Annie Craige;
Fireman, A. E. Cbandlet;
Bonny Blue Flag, Miss Bell Boyden;
Nimrod, (Modern.) Walter L. Steel ;
Daughter of the regiment, Miss Annie
Drummer boy of Shiloh, Walter Blackmer;
Polish Girl, Fanny Shober;
Swiss Lassie, Addie White ;
Mrs. Tom Ihmnb, Nelly Noble ;
Highland Lad. Lamest Shober;
Insurance Agency of J. Allen
Brown, Office Main St., Sals-
bury, N. C, Representing assets
of (Fire &. Life) of over one Hundred
Millon Dollars, consisting of Foreign and
Home Companies of the highest grade.
As to Life, he can place parties in almost
any Company desired. Arrangements
may also be made with some of his Com
panies for the loan of money here, at a
reasonable rate of interest, and will not
require parties to insure nnlesa wishing to
Fire risks written at the ldwest adequate
rates. As regards rates would say be
does not pretend to compete with the
many Wild Cat" Go's., that write at
any ra'e the party wishes. Though
should any one want this kind of cheap
Insurance, he can have tt written for them
.' - m a , .
at such rates as tuey are willing to pay,
but will not resommend suchGo s.
tf J. ALLEN BROWN.
, Miss Pet Bradehaw ;
THEO. P. KLUTTZ.
u noiesaip cv iceiail uruff-
SALISBURY, N. C.
m war i w
Reepers, Youner Folks.
Old Folks, Smokers, Pain
ters, Farmers, Grangers,
ami r.veryDoay eise.
Whenever you need anyiuing in the way of
If yon ant the best articles for th e
least money, go to
tfLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
"When the devil was sick, the devil a sai nt,
x would he,
When the devil got well, a devil of a saint,
He Baid he:"wouldn't do so any more," that
young man who gots sick after the last Hot,
but there he fas at the Fancy Bill last Mon
day night. Who would a t hunk it ?
"Write on the sand while the tide is low,
The tows of men sre broken so." die.
Life Insurance appeals to be unusually
brik juatNow, and agents are very so
solicitous td secure every body's fatn-Iy
Irom want. If every mm in town don't
get a Policy now it will certainly be his
own fault. Insure your lives, gentlemen,
it will secitre onr back subscriptions, and
i hen the widow can marry to to much
better advantage, you know.
C Regular Meeting of Fulton L"dgp
N . 99, AyF. & A. M. will be lit Id every
Officers 'for the present Masonic year.
Climb Gordon, Master,
Our Living and Our Dead. -This
splendid N. O. Msgaasine for Feb
ruary is on our table. It is the cheapest
and mnst'hitcrcstiug peiiodical printed in
The serial, stories, by the distinguished
authoress, Miss Fannie Fisher, and by
Mrs. C. VV. Harris, grow in interest.
Other contributions and selected matter
are very fine, and upon the whole, the
t umber is a most excellent one. price
83.00 per annum. Address Col. S. 1).
Pool, Raleigh, "N. C.
The Night School : - We are glad
to be able to state, that onr snggestion of
lastufeelr, in regard to the establishment
I of a night school has already excited
prompt action in the matter. Mr. A W.
Owen the very man for the position in
form im that as soon as he can perfect
the oecessary arrangements he will open
the school; this will be probably within
the next fortnight. In eoramon with all
wHm desire the elevation of the race, we
are gratified at this .prompt action, and
trust that Mr. Owen will meet with the
success he deserves in his laudable enter
prise 4 v
.mi -j. -. . !
Improvements : Mr. David R.
Julian is pushing forward to completion,
with his accustomed energy, his elegant
dwelling on Main St.
Our worthy townsmen Mr. John Fraley
has 'recentry completed a comfortable
residence on Fisher St., and Mr. Stephen
fihuman is now orecting one in the same
Mr. J. W. McKenzie is erecting a
spacious dwelling Qn Ellis street.
Goh boys! We'll build up the old
Burgh yet, croakers, dead heads and
old fogies to the contrary notwithstan
.1. F. Ross,
it. F H'giTs,
K. U. Xeave,
J. A. Bro"ii,
L. V. 11 own,
M. A. ennhh,
Vote for the
Rail Road next Moh-
Debating Societies : W e a r e
glad to learn that the young men in d-f-erent
parts of the county, are forming
debating clubs for discussion of interesting
and current topics. Such associations
are highly improving, and should be u
couraged. By-lhe-way, could not one be
started here, of first-class material ? Who
speaks first ?
OharlotteOordey, Miss Mamie Henderson;
King Alfonso, Geo. Harrison ;
Divernoof Miss Augusta Holt:
Scotch triiptain, VV alter llolt ;
Confederate Stales, Mies Mollie Wren;
Lost Cause, Claud Mills ;
General Mosby. Jesse J ulian;
Night, Miss Bagly ;
Prince in White, J. Douglas Browu ;
Night, Miss MatiieDean ;
German Peasant, Miss Palmer, of S. C ;
Queen of the Roses, Miss Julia Youug ;
Rifle Guard, D. A. Ramsay ;
Maiitann, Miss Nora Beard ;
Gipsy Count, Rob't. Long.
Queen of the Butter Flies, Mis9 Bell Mur
phy; Bo Peep, Mitfs Fanuy Mock;
Kitty Clover, Grace Noble;
Black Knight, M. Vanoy, Statcsville ;
"We cannot refrain noticing further
some of those beautiful costumes. "Con
ederate States," with a crown of eleven
tiara on her head, from which hung a
black veil, around her neck and arms
chain ; lrom her shoulders, streamer
of red white and bine, with the names of
hard faught battles inscribed on them.
Her dress, which represented that
once glorious banner around which our
fathers and brotheis used to r.illy and for
which they died was decked with photo
graphs of the most prominent Generals
of the late wai" It vaJ most beautifully
gott'-n up and n fl cts much ctedit on the
The pri..ce in aline, was decidedly the
handsomest dresred gent in the room,
much taste ws displayed in the selection
of his costume, and produced a mol hap
I he music, Ftutr, violins and harp, an
Italian orchestra, was elegant. The
caller seemed to have been thoroughly
acquainted with the art of elocution, he
called .be iigmes with tnueh, vehemence
at tin; same time gesticulating as if iii the
midst of a great argument.
Mr Linton deserves much credit for
what he has doue in the way of building
up the Boyden House. Saiibttry can
now boast of two as good and well con
ducted Hotels as any place of its size.
No traveler need have any fear, but that
he nil' Hnd as good accomodations here
A Triumph Over Humbug.
Jt is not difficult to alarm the timid, and
invalids are proverbially so. Aware of this
fact, the vender of iendo bitters, "entirely
free from alcohol," have raised a false cry
against tonic preparations containing spirits,
and no doubt have frightened a few sick folk
into purchasing the fermented rubbish, which
they sell, and which is infinitely more injuri-
ons man the vilest drams drunk at tavern
bars. But already a -tremendous reaction has
set in against tfiese abominable nostrums,
which, being devoid of the alcoholic basis
which alone prevents liquid botanic prepare'
tions from turning sour, decompose almost as
soon as made. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
has lived and will live down multitudes of
such im posters
demand for the great alterative invigorant nd Johnson, & Robbins, AtJ
K J. B ATTLB. F. H CAMERON.
President. Vie President.
W. H. HICKS, cWy.
STATE LIFE Insurance
RALEIGH, N. 0.
C AFIT A L.
A T rA r V.i f- 1 V !!
"7 ' twmma isnel over
v r-oiicies wuint oeUining a ninglc Uaa.
CTodenl, economical and energetic bo nan
at has made it
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION.
Tbis Company Mmes every dcMrahl farm of
inmiaes si as low rates as any other First Claw
Imposes no ueel
Has a fixed paidap valueooall policies after
iwu annual payments.
Its entire asset are loaned aad invested
to fatter and encourage horns enterprises.
With these facts before them will the people
10 000 papers warranted fresh and genuine
I : . : i l t i t .
A xesnlar recurrence of the Ju" ,rom narew, naisr, r erry,
from those who have always been its patron, ft rsnta a Punor
shows that they have not swerved in their L .
allegiance to America's most 10 coanir7 mercnants at
KLUTTZ S DRUG 8TORE.
popular remedy ; and a constant influx of
new orders . demonstrates how little impres
sion, after all, the bilatant denunciations of
the mock bitters men have made upon the
general public. So long as 1 Listener's Bitters
continue to cure and prevent intermittent
nnd remittent fever, disnepsia, coi.s.ipalion.
kidney disease, and the numerous other ail- LESS, JUST RkCElVKD AT
jucuia iu itiiieii ineT arc nuapieti, vny will
continue to dominate the factions oppo
sition of humbug, and that will he just as
long as they are manufactured slid fd Be
it known unto all bogus nostrum venders, of
of North Carolina continue to pay annua
thousands npon thousands of dollars to build
op Foreign Companies, when they can secure
insurance in a Company equally reliable and
ever dollar's premium they pay be loaned and
invested in our own State, and among our own
Tbeo. F. KLUTTZ,
J. D- McNEELY, Agfa.
fialishnrr. V t
Cen'l. DisL AgPs. Greensboro X. C
Dec. 31 ly.
NEW MACHINE SHOP.
I am wv prepared to do all kiesV if,
repairing with dispatch. With goo too w
and twraty fiv yeers experiewee la tKsr1
awaeaa-sauistaruon is rnaraatrisL
attest tea eivsw to Easriae aad ftuU
xJ. Miaiae aad IsrUliM.
Machioes ; sod wood turning ofallkisafia.
Shop oa Cwrar uf Fulton aud Cooacil Saxwt,
Salisbury. S. C f
K. H. MAESsf. " "
Jaly 16. 11 - tf.
HEC"Uon Needle. book, vitk
Send sump F. F Ulccx ft te.. Nit
tfcinr for Tot
X HURST. 75 and 77 S
a Sttrrt. Ktf
by selling TEAS
at IMPORTERS' PKICES. aw mOrngmpii
clubs ia twns and ewratry fur tW essWaapi
Ta Com pan ia A ma nee- fl tea Ian ialsaw
rsents. 8eud fir ciredtar. CAHTOWTEX
vaj.. IM Uaambwra St. N. Y-
IV. T. iwfo
Mil I COTT -
PleU 0tt Sent Fret
it' - .
ni want a suitable person ia very
oornnnd to take oraVra asd deliver gunde U.
oar published C. O D. Sal-e of at pi aasK
any go.jos oi all kiuds ia eosvstaut
and wear. The oldest C. 0. D. boaee
America. SaW over half mil1w. .. ir
Thirty days irace allowed in Mvnmt of nr. Lame Cach Pat to the riarbt nr,.n. J
rmm cimoc lor aii, male or fetnala. at yoor
homes or traveling. No risk. U yea mo to
wn ma hi waa yoo J ret and p
line of samples and courpl ootfit.
at once aud secure r..ur territnr. R
Howard Strert Baltl-
25 bbls, Ross, Goodrich & Peer
ust Received at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS.
fVPI-V SsatyMsa nf :mJ iitv nitrl L-n-n-or- thit I w
they can never hope lo'pnff themselves into re8n J; nl ,ow IVicee,at
pnblic f iver at the exjcn!e of Hostetter's KLUTTZ'S DRUG STC
Bittern, the reputation of which is founded, as
it were, upon a rock.
In Rowan County Febuary 3r1., by Rev.
W. Kimball, Mr. John J. Coon and MibS.
Susan. S. Botiau.
Feb. 4th by tb same. Mr. James B. Bar
ringer, aud Mi?s. Ann E. Miller.
Fob. 7th. by the same Mr. Wiley R.
Overcash aud Miss. Regina Rogers.
May pPHce prosperity and happiness, at
tend these loving nues through life
At Iiock Hill. S. C. on the 4th ins't by
Kcv. (ion. IS. Wetmore. .Mr. W. H. Wet
more, of Charlotte, to Mis. Sa lit-, third
daughter uf the late William Frew.
On the 9th. at ihe Mause in this City by
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
I have the largest stock of Drugs,
Dyes, Grocers Drugs &c, iu Western
Carolina, and am uow prepared to sell at
Baltimore Prices, thus saving
you the freight. Special attention to bot
tling K'seuces, Lnudanutn, Parcgorie,
Opodeldoc, Caster d: OwcelOil &C. Write
for nrices, to
.TUEO. F. KLUTTZ DRUGGIST
Salisbury, N. C.
HALL dc CO., 6. N.
AdnLiiiistrators Notice to Mors.
All persons bavin claims aeainst the etate
of A, M . Goodman, deceased sre hereby notified j
to exhibit the same to the undersigned on or
before ihe 8th dav of Jannnnr. A. D. 187d.
THOMAS T. GOODMAN.
Adtn'r. of A. M. GOODMAN. Dec.
Jan. 6, J 875 w.
toughs, Colds Hoarseneess
AND ALL THOAT DI8EAfiE8r
WELL8 CARBOLIC TABLET?,
PUT UP ONLY IX BLUE BOXES. "
A THIRD AFD 8TTRI RXMXDT. 3
Sold by Dnireist Bonerallr. and
FULLER A KULLEK, Cbieafo, III. . -
Flavoring Extracts, Essence, Spices,
the Rev. J. Rumple, Mr. Charlie Schmidt Gelatiue, Mustards, Soda, Dre-8tnffs,
Toilet and Lvnudry Snaps, Lye, Matehea,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys &c, al
ways on baud of best qualit at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
Patent conntT riyhts of Fan afill for Black
smith's forges are offered for sale in any or sll
counties west of Yadkin river, also the State
right oi South Carolina.
The Fan can be seen at L. V. Brown's Tin
Shop. Apply or write to
Th m sville, N C.
Situations by tbtee Teachers of much ex
perience. Teaeb the English branches only.
Will accept small Salxnes. Excelb-Bt tefer
Appy at this Office,
SHORT lOSTPOXEVIEXT-DA i
FIXE 'J-FULL DISTRIBUTION. '
FIR8T GBAKD GUT COXCEBT
Monipeler Female Hsioaie iawts
fcnox at AurxAs.tsu, va.
MARC 11 "29th, 1875.
M&T OF GIFT9.
Grand Cash Gift &i
1 Grand Cash Gi't
I Grand Cash Gift
10 Cash Gifts..
15 Cash Gifts..
50 Cash Gifts..
100 Cash Gifts..
10.00 Cast Gifts..
1.000 Cash Gifts..
20.000 Cash Gift.
tl 0.000 eaaeu
1 000 each.
11,170 Oul Gift,
nt tjrermany oc miss. ahmiiiU Fnla uf
By a. L. Hall Esqr.. at the residence of tht
hruU Fath.-r on the 4.h d hvb, Id75, Mr
r ew t .
y.wK'o. t'. jacnits to Miss Jane r. Un x.
Both of Uowau Coiintj'
For Tow Ladies and Gentlemen.
C arolina Fertilizer. Attention
is called to the advertisement of this fer
tilizer in another column. According to
the observations of the editor of the State
Journal, Capt. J. R. Thigpen, the Caro
lina Fertilizer is very superior to all oth
ers as applied to cotton, and equal to any
other if not better for other crops. It can'
be purchased of Mr. J. A .McConnangh cy
iu large or small quantities.
We ro lad to see our young friend
Mr. A. C. Harris upon the streets again.
Mr. Harris has ust recovered front a se
We don't know whether it is that no
body dies or gets married jn Rowan, or
whether tfceir friends don't want anybody
to know it. Any way inch events are
ry infrequently reported to ua If our
friends 4ont furnish us such information,
wore promptly we'll go to publishing the
iust at birtiti just for devilment. And then
won'vthe tellow with aeonstantly increas
ing list of gal babies feel bad t
In the Sun erior Conrt of New Hanorer.
last week, it was decided by a jury that a stock
holder in a North Carolina local Bank (the
Commercial Bank of Wilmington, which rlhl
bnineH3 before the war.) was not-liable lo the I ttaud; who M the apologist ot thieves;
1 . BSS S . ' . a
CON J RE S3.
From the House proceedings of last
Thursday we get the following :
There is a great excitement in the
House to-day, arising from a speech of
Brown, ot Kentucky, on the civil rights
bill, iu which he spoke of . Butler, of
Massachusetts, in the following terms :
'What should be said if the accusation of
the Southern people should come fsom
one who is outlawed in his own home
from respectable society ; whose name is
synonymous with falsehood; who is the
champion, and has been on all occasions,
Correetid by McCubbine. Bt all, aud Julias Fine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Coeme-
creditors of the Bank for double the amnnnt of
aia stock in the Bank. Charlotte Democrat
Every man liable for a poll tax, and who
fails to list himself for taxation, should be in
dicted. Rvery voter should be made to pay a
poll tax at least. No Board of County Coni
mhwioiier, hereafter, should allow exemptions
to Sherifta on account of so-called insolvents
especially for poll taxes.
The American Newspaper Advertising
Agency of Geo. P. Rowell Jc Co., Ne w
York, is the only establishment of the kind
in the United States which keeps itself per
sistently before the people by advertising in
newspapers. Thy evidently receive their
reward, fur we have it from a relUble soure e
that advertising orders issued hy them for
their customers have exceeded three thou
sand dollars a day since the commencement
of the year, mid this is not a very good year
for advertising ei (her.
Bros. Hussey and Mallard of the
itatesviUc Landmark were both at the
fancy fastball on Mondav nieht last.
rou just ought to have "seen Mallard
tiling, while HusBey looked niightly
news saying lo himself: '
Backward, turn backward oh time in thv
Aqfinake ioc young again, Jimt for to-nignt.
Cameron- Elected to the Uxitkd
Milwaukee, Feb. 4 The election of
Mr CuOieron was brought about by the
coalition of the Democrats with the bolt
ing Republicans. The latter offered the
Democrats fonr names from which they
might choose a candidate. Judge Cole,
Ex-Goveruor Lewi?, Gen. Gnppey and
Hon. Angus Cameron. The Democratic
caucus last night nominated Mr. Cameron
conditionally upon his acceptance of the
p'atform that includes hard money tariff
for revenue only, aud the supremacy of
civil authority in time of peace. Mr.
Cameron, the Senator elect, was born in
Caledonia, Livingston County; New
York, hi 1S26. He eame to Wisconsiu iu
1857, and has served six years iu I be
State Legislature, and was Speaker of
the Assembly in 1867. He is a lawye
who is such a prodigy of vice and mean
ness, that to describe him imagination
would sicken and invective would exhaust
itself. Iu Scotland, years ago. there was
a man whose trade was murder, aud he
earned his livelihood hy selling the bodies
of his victims for gold, he linked his
name to his crime, and to-day through"
out the world it is known as Burk
ing. The Speaker Does the Chair under
stand the gentleman to be referiing in
hisJanguage to a member of the House ?
Mr. Brown No sir, I am describing
an individual who is in my mind's eys.
The Speaker The Chair Understood
the gentleman to refer to a member of the
Mr. Brown No sir, I call no names.
This man's name was linked to his crime,
and to-day throughout the Woi Id i t is known
as Burking. If I was t desiru to ex
press all that was pusilauimous in war,
inhuman in peace, forbidden in morals
and infamous in politics, I should call it
For this violation of parliamentary
irder, a resolution of ceusore was passed
npon Brown after a very exciting debate,
and was administered by the Speaker,
the civil rights bill then went over till
to-morrow, House to meet at 10 o'clock.
We are gratified to see that there is at
least one man in Congress, who has the
nerve to denounce as they deserve the
infamous defamerg of the South .
One reason why so many white' people
are starving in Northern eities for the want
of employment is because the legislation of a
miserable Radical Cougreas cripples and
injures business ia the South, especially that
of those who buy Northern products. Bat
the poor starving fools hurra!) wheu such
measures as the Military and Negro Bills
promment member of the Episcopal wa paMed by Congress to injure Southern
Buying Bates :
CORN new 85 a 87
COTTON-13 a 14
FLOUR $3.75 to 3.50
MEAL 85 a 90.
BACON county) 12.V to 15 - hog round
POTATOES Irish 90 a Sweet $1 50
EGGS 12 to 15.
CHICKENS $2.50 per do.
LARD 12J to 15
FEATHER? new, 50.
RYE a 90 to 31
WHEAT - $1.15 a SI 50.
BUTTER -23 to SO.
DRIED FRUIT -5 to 8.
Blackberries, 8 cts.
. At a moving of a majority of the Commis
sioners foi the Town ol&t&lbury, held on the
first dayof Jau;upy, A. D. iJ5, the following
Commissioners being present, to wit: P p
Meroney , S Li n ton, P A Frercks, A M SnlK
vau, A L Clark; and J M McCorkle. Present
and presiding T W Keen, Intendant, when
the following proceedings were had by a ma
jority of the Commissioners voting therefor.
1. It is ordered that. the Town of Salisbnrv
subscribe fifty thousand dollars to the Capital
Stock of the Yadkin Rail Boad Comuanv.
snojeci to me approval ol a majority of the
qualified voters of the said Town. .
2. To meet the payment arising by reason of
said su bscription, it is fust hex ordered that said
Commissioners shall issue bonds in'ihe nanie of
the Town of Salisbury to the amount of fifty
thousand doilarsin sums of t'rom. one hundred
to five hundred dollars. with coupons attached,
and bearing interest at tne rate of eight per
cent per annum and payable semi-snn-iall y.
3. That two thousand five hundred dollars
of the bonds ined as aforesaid shall become
due and payable on the first day of July, A. D.,
1880. ana that a like sum of two thousand five
hundred dollars of said bond.- shall become due
and payable for each succeeding year, ao that
all of said bonds shall become due and payable
on or before the first day of July in the vear
4. It is further ordered that the Commission
ers for the Town of Salisbury shall levy and
collect annually upon all subjects of taxation
authorised by law, as tat sufficient to pay the
annual interest accruing on said bonds Issued
as aforesaid, and that whenever any of said
bonds shall become due, that a further tax be
levied and collected, to be used in the extin
guishment of the principal.
5. It b further ordered that the Coupons on
the aforesaid bonds, when due, shall be receiv
ed in the payment of all Town taxes.
d. It is further ordered that an election be
held at the Court House in Salisbury on Mon
day the 15th day of February, A. D. 1875, sub
mitting to the qualified voters of said Town,
the proposition 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
aid election shall bo given by advertisement
in the "Carolina Watchman" and "The Intelli
gencer" and also notice of said election shall be
advertised at the Conrt Hoose door in Salisbnrv.
And that at tbe election held a aforesaid those
approving tbe proposition, shall des posit in the
ballot box ballots with tbe printed or written
words "approved," those disapproving the
ame shtll desposit ballots with the printed or
written words "not approved.'
T. W. KEEN,
J. L. CARKE, Intendant.
tics, Soaps, achnns, Toilet 8ets, Vases,
Hair, and Teeth Brushes, Pocket Books
&C, in endless variety at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Oh yes, we have them at all prices
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and can sell
them by the box at jobbers prices, onr
celebrated 0 cent PECULIAR
CIGAR is acknowledged the best in tbe
world at m
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
PURE WINES Sc LIQUORS for
medical and church purposes always on
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Astral Oil 50 cents per
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Only 25 eeuts
a box t Warr ranted or
money refunded. After years of experi
menting, I havo at last found tho Great
Remedy for Chills, Fever & Ague, Sec
and can confidently -recommend it to my
friends and the public. Try It.
Tl E jAl S.
Finest Teas in the mark
et, Put np in air tight,
lib cans, 25 per cent less
than nsmal Prices at
KLUTT'S DRUG STORE.
and better oaes ihmm ever.
Come now and get the BEST. Get the stove
f yoo wsnt one thst will outlast any other, aad
bat is made of all NRW IRON, and warranted
o give satisfaction Ac. Varioos style, of cook-
ng stoves at a small profit.
fiiiKET Iao5 & Cornea Wake made of tbe
best U ATEhi a i., on band or made to order.
Merchants supplied at Low Paicaa. Cash
raiDfbr all kinds of Copper, Brass Ac. Aak tor
BaoWs Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury X.
C, L. V. Brown.
I am well prepared to cut good
for marking Tobacco. Floor Patent articles Ac
Every person doing any kind of work or btsai-
neassuould have a stencil to advertise his bum
ness, as it is acknowledged to be the best and
cheapest way to let people know what yon are
One mark with stencil mav cet a customer.
for you, that will put Huxdbki of Dollar
in your hands. Try ft and you will get a cus
tomer von never thought of.
MY PRICES ARE LOW. A8 FOLLOWS.
One-fourth inch letters 6 cento per letter
One half and five-eights 6 ' " "
Three-fourth A One iacb letters 7 "
They may be sent te any part of tbe U. 8.
by mail at a small cost.
Send in your orders stating size of letters yoo
prefer, end the Stencil will be made neatiy eat
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street SalUburv, N. C.
L. V. BROWN,
April 23. 1874 tf.
KUMBER8 OF TICRtST l00,0h
PK1CE OF TICKET.
Whole Ticketo attnnn
fttl 10 OA
Quarters 50 00
Eighths or eaeb Coupon 50
&i Tickets for 100 00
The Mosftftelier Female Uumane Aaaocsa
tion, chartered by the Legilatare of Virgiafau
and the Circuit Court of nnm
propose, by a series of Grand Gift ( Wrrtvto
esUbli.h and endow a "Hnta fcr the Old. Isw
firm, and Deatituu Lad, of Virginia" at
Montpeller, the former rtudn.r of
(iornioi's OmcB.RtrnxPxa, Julr 3, J74
It affords me pleasure to ear thst f am wU
acquainted a itas a large majority of the officers
of the Montpelisr Female as opto, fret, what;
reside in the vicit-itr of my borne, aad I attest
their intelligence acd CT.eir woith ard high
reputation aa gentlemen, as well as the pobbe
confidence, influence and mbstantial ttsi
liberally represented among tbem.
J AMU L. KsmPKR.Gov. Tirgiaia.
ALFXAXDiiA, V a.. July 8, leJTa.
commcud them as gent of honor and integrity
and fully entitled to the confidence ot the pith
R. W. nCoHES, U Judge East'a Diet.
Farther referene by pennies on Bis Rzel
lency Gilbert C. Walker. a-Uoveraor of To
Uon Robi E. Wither, Lieut -3w. ufTa. audi
C. 8. Senator elect ; Senators and Members of
Congress form Va.
Keaaiitaaees for tickets may be made by n
press pre-paid, post ofiee money order am
Washington, D. C, or by registered letter. t
For full parUi-alar-, lortiuionials, Ai., teid
for Srcular. Andrew. U-n. J AKEJ
BARBOCK. I'BMrM F. B. A.AtaXSVMUA.
Reliable agents wanted everrwbere.
Oct. 1, 1874. ly.
Turbin Water Wheel.
POOLE t HUNT BALTIMORE,
Maaafactarsra far the 8caU aad feathw st;
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nervous or Debilited
Nearly 7000 now in use. working andcr
beads varying from 8 to 40 feat 1
24 sixes, from 5$ to 96 inches.
The moat powerful Wheel in the market.
And most economical in use of Water
Large ILLUSTRATED Pamhplet sent
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO. OF
Portable and Stationary ft team Engines
Are you so Languid that any esertio
quires more of an Ourt than yoo feel
ol making f
Then try JCBCBEBA. the wonderful teals
sud Invigorator, which acts so beneficially ta
the aeeretive organ as te impart vigor to all
tho vital foicea.
It t no alouhulie appetiset. which sun olatea
for a short time, only to let the ttnerer foil to
a low depth of misery, bat it is 4 rei etehto
tonic acting directly oa the liver aad pi en
It regulate tbe Bowols. qatota the nerv s
aad gire such a healthy tune to the a hot
sratem :a to iwon asaka the kavaJid fe
like a oew person.
IU operation i not violent, hat b character
ised by great gentlrnesa ; the parhat rarer
ienoea no suddee ebsugv, aw auarked teonka
bat gradually has troubles
-Fold their tent, like ie Araha,
Aad silently teal away. 1
This no new antrfeV- di-covory. act baa
been long used with wuod rtaJ rraoedatl n suits
and is proeoanced by tbe hiahaaa ,wijuuii
the nxst pnwerfnl tonic art! allot etiva ln,mn.
Ask yonr druggist for it.
F r sale by sM. F. hlll-LK A ( Few
w w r t i . .
I'l un't ns reoosneo aor
boftioeea ia tbis well known bows, aad aha
i- - . a i x
friends so J tbe public at tsrge
Ik short whenever you want Prescrip
tions carefully prepared, or need anything
usually kept in a First clou Drug Store,
and want to be certain of getting just
what you call for, and of being politely
and, promptly served. Bo sate lo call on
or send to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Dbugoist
Salisbury, N. C.
luinuraiiiu nMiionoj nipura engines , tueods ao J tbe public at large. OnSBto 1
and Boilers, Bibcock A; Wilcox Patent stopping at tbis iIuo will ia.d BwlbJa
Tubulous Boilers, Ehaagh's Crasher for neglected that will add te their aaarfarfo
Mineran, Saw and Grist Mills, Flouring u""""" t Prt oi tho rrofunetre-a nor
Mill Machinery for White Lead Works thVnf ! ' I'J K ,Krs
and I Oil Mills, Shalting Pulley, and JJ' t STtLlti
8ESD FOE CIRCULARS.
Sep. 3. 1874 -6mos
SE tof 20per
Doe. 31. 1874-1.
Kerosene and Solin? Oil
lSTOM tree At RednceJ ?r.c.s tt
I -w rj -
1 white men Democrat.
-Hec y, fro-tem.
Jan. 7, 1875, 4ts.
J Jan. 28, 1875 tf.
8-njrroB 4 Oa. .. . .. ...
Jan. 19, 1875, ly. 1 exi to Mcroncv a era.