Ulyceriu added to paper stock increases
the flexibility of tbe jasper.
Frozen notatoes ean be cared bv soak-1 die
. - r - - : . s. :
water three days before cook-
.m m . m A a a B .
A wall ot toft burned bricks boil t up
within a cistern makes an excellent
To core scratches on horses, wash the
! with warm strong soap suds and then is
with beef brine.
To remove paint splashed upon window
use a hot solution of soda and .soft
. It Is proposed in the Legislature to re
quire a two-third vote in caucus to pass upon
There are eight bills to create new coon
ties either introduced or about to De
:.-.. .. -
into tbe Legislature.
Frosted feet mar be relieved of
ms bv bathing iu a weak solution
T. T Olive, of Pine Level, Johnston
county, raised 35 bales of cotton from 30
at a net profit of 1 1.U40.
North Carolina has some of the finest
waterpowers on the continent that are sof-
m a V I S
fcrea vo lie uuusea to ner injury auu
In dnllmg wrought iron, use one pound
of soft soap mixed with a gallon of boiling Raleigh. In 1826 be settled in Green
water. This is a cheap lubricator, and vije Tenneasee, and worked at bis trade,
insures clean cutting by the drill. ue was elected Alderman iu 1828, 1829
. , .aud 1830, Mayor 1831, 1832 and 1833.
Avoid wearing heavy overcoats or furs member of the Legislature 1834 and 1839,
for hours iu succession ; the tendency is and pmideDtii3eetOf in 18i0. He was
to weaken the powers of resistance ofjhc elected ,Q lhe smaU ,841 aod
wearer eaving him liable to inflammation Mt M CongreM from 1843 to 1853. From
of toe throat and longs. lg53 t0 lg57 ue wag Governor of Teu.
A prophet is not without honor save in
Ids own country and among bis own kin.
Five men have been arrested for playing
poker at Dayton, Ohio, the home of Gen.
Scheuck. SL -Louis Globe.
Water containing lime compounds
very common in country wells may be
anAra OaO nam fTna m nntr tHHtAano S.i
.l. k- .k-t . i:..i- lki-:j.
The grand radical pow-wow in Wil-
saiagton on Wednesday night endorsed woaia have beeu stuniied with a clamor
Grant on the Louisiana difficulty, and de- 0ns horde of demagogues making political
a w . iA k
erected in Shelby, N. C- Also a New Meth-
odist church. And in addition to these a
telegraph line is contemplated. So says the
We understand that the parties assail
ing; the Revenue officers in Randolph
county, a couple of weeks ago, were ne
frees who had been running still on tbe
el. Says the Greensboro Patriot.
Never store any articles of food or drink
In old netroleum barrels. Thev are nois
. . . . I
onous even after being cleaned. wmuiauc scene ui iue reaumg oi a win.
After taking up a carpet, sprinkle the A ricu dame wuo recently died at au ad
floor with very dilute carbolic acid, before vauced age at Footuiocbleau, left a will
sweeping. containing, among others, a bequest to
ber physician of all the objects contained
David Deberry , of Montgomery iu an olden oak cbest of her cabinet de
county and a negro named Moses Robiu- toilette for "his enlightened care and tbe
son, engaged in a wrestle at Little Mills
in Kicnmoua county on the 14th tost. A
W 1 1 B .a . a a I
right ensued and Deberry stabbed the ne
gro to death. He is now at large.
Eojoy the present, whatever it may be,
and be not solicitous for the future ; for
if yoa take your foot from the present
standing, and thrust it forward to-morrow's
event, you are in a reckless condition.
It is like refusing to quench your present
thirst by fearing you will want to drink
the next day.
Persons who ean live at all iu Brazil
live a great while. They have a man
who dances on his knee his grandchild
ren's grandchildren. At Ceara, in tat'
country, there is a womau in prison who
was sentenced for life November 6, 1815.
She was then sixty years old. She is
therefore 119 years old now.
And now we learn that Sheridan, hav
ing done all the dirty work wanted of
him in New Orleans, is going to Chicago,
after first looking into tbiugs a little at
Vicksburg. What he is to do at Chicago
has not transpired, unless it is to look
after the widow Mahooey, whose cow
caused the destruction of so much proper
ty a few years siuce. Newt.
General G. T. Anderson, of Atlanta,
Oa., well known iu the Confederate army
as "Tige Anderson," is now in corres
pondence with the Egyptian authorities,
1 1- -ti . L . ..
ana it is prouauie win laae service m the
army of the Khedive. In the "Army of
Northern Virginia be was known as one
of General Lee's most stubborn fighting
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
owns about 16,000 eight wheeled freight
cars, valued at $512 each: 1,800 four
wheel freight cars, worth $170 each ; 521
passenger cars of all grades, worth $3,
f Aa S ft Sj a .
oou eacn, ana oo locomotive engines,
worth $11,000 each. Total valuation of
the rolling .s took, $25,726,540. Th
length of the company's tracks, or those
controlled by tbe company, is 5,935
miles. Scventihc Amer.
An Irishman asked a woman the price
of a pair ot fowls and is told a dollar.
"A dollar it is, my darlint T Why iu
my country you might buy them for six
And why didn't you stay in that blessed
cheap conn try.
4Ocb, faith, and there was no sixpences
there, to be sure !'
mi as m i
l he well laiormeo woman may gener
ally be what she does not tell yon; for she
it tbe last to take pleasure in mere gossip
or to make vulgar allusions to tbe appear
ance, dress, or persoual habits of her
friends aud neighbors. Her thoughts
are not in those tbiugs. Tbe train of her
reflections goes not along with tbe eating
drinking, visiting, or scandal of the circles
iu which she movee.
female iustiee of Wyoming was married
last week, aud tru to her professions! train
iug, she previously notified her friends to be
uriMteut bv a printed form, as follows : "I
am about to malTV Mr. J Dr. of this
ouuty. aud he will be qualified aud sworn
in at my office, on Wednesday morning
t at 10 o'aloek. Yoa are invited to at-
Decidedly the moat gratifying peace of
information which wo bare had to com-
uinuicate to oar reader for some days is
defeat of CarDenter for the Senate iu
Wisconsin. Be has been one of tbe
Sotth's most violent peeecutors, and is
: .r -
ut.terlv unorincioled in all his politics, if
not in personal character, lie has not
been defeated by a Democrat, but by a
combination ot Democrats aud bolting lie-
publicans on a much better man. Ibis
glory enough for one day. Petersburg
Not long since a German was riding
along Samson street, near Sacramento,
when he heard a pistol shot behind him
heard the a hizzmgofaUll near him, and U
felt his hat shakeu. lie turued and saw
a man with a revolver in his hand, and
found a fresh bullet hole in bis hat. "Did
you snoot at me i ash.cn we uaiesan
asked tbe German.
. ries, repiieawe otuer party ; "tua. . .
r i. 1-1. f I .1. w
in v nnrs1 r wum h h i iriim ivi rrr.r ili v . i
"You must be mistaken," said the Ger
man, "I bare owned the horse for three
years." "Well," said the other, "when I
come to look at him, I believe I am mis
taken. Excuse me, sir, won't you take a
Andrew Johnson's Place of Nati
vity. Andrew Johnson, seventeenth
President of the United States aud reeen-
elected U. S. Senator from Tennessee,
was born in this city December SO, 1803,
and from tbe age often until the autumn
104 was the flnDrentice of a tailor in
nessee. and United States Senator from
1857 to 1863. He was nominated for
Vice-President by tbe Baltimore Gonven-
lion in 1864, and on the assassination of
President Lincoln succeeded him iu the
Let the Republican majority in Con
Kre take tberesponsibility of its acts,
Democrats had succeeded m ob-
structing tbe measures before the House,
no matter bow iuatifiablv. the country
capiMi uut ui iuc aiiiftir. no it 19 new,
. t -i 1
Hie reins are in me nanas 01 uatier ane
his followers, and there is some curiosity
to see where they will drive. There is a
prevalent idea that they will endeavor to
manipulate the next Presidential election,
but bow that is possible, with the next
r r . .a a a a a A a
House Democratic, it is dimcult to see.
Butler will do his utmost for mischief.
Ue has a short political life to lead, and
will make it what be considers a merry
oue by smashing everything wilhiu bis
reach. Bait. Gazette.
tv .1 js t :n
sage instructions" which bad enabled her
to live to such an advanced age. There
was great commotion among the heirs
wben this clause in the will was read, and
greater c.iTfinaitv to know what troaanroa
had escaped them. The notary handed
the key to the doctor, who ou opening
the chest found all the drags and potions
that he bad ordered for his patient during
the past twenty years.
Theodore Tilton continued his evidence
Wednesday in his suit against Henry
Ward Bcecher. He related conversations
had with Beecher at several interviews,
-a aa mm .
dunug winch be made it appear that
Beecher 's guilt was an understood and
admitted fact. Expressions of erief and
misery fell from him (Beecher,) aud ''tears
stood iu his eyes." The witness also
weut into tbe matter of the publications
uy airs, wooanuii, describing the ettorts
made to quiet her, and tbe numerous con
sultations held with that view. He also
entered fully into the subject of bis mem
bership of Plymouth Church, said that be
bad positively refused, at Beecher's re
quest, to ask for a letter of dismissal, but
had subsequently written to Pastor Hallt-1
day dissolving bis connection with the
church. He rehearsed also, in much de
tail, the matter of tbe West charges.
A Sad Premonition. An exchange
gives a painful instance of a man having
a premonition of death one Mr. Fortes
cue. Oue day he came borne aud told
bis wife that be was convinced be should
die within forty-eight hours H saw the
undertaker arranged for his funeral, bonsrht
a handsome satin-lined coffin, and wrote
out a list of pall-bearers. He selected a
louiueioiie ucniiug a representation of a
flower with a broken stem, and the legend,
"iMot lost, Out gone before ; and, at the
cemetery, be designated a spot, where his
a s a a a
mother was laid, under the green trees
or a tomb at the same time eriving
directions that violets should be olauted
bove him in the early snrine:.
It wus very melancholy. This occurred
in the year 1844. Mr. Forteacae is still
alive aud well, and is the excellent land
lord ol a large hotel.
The Patrons ofIIdsbaitdrv. -This
vast organization has now 21,955 subor
dinate Granges in the Uurted States alone,
aud these, by their stale Granges, will b
represented in tbe National Grange wl.ih
..:n ... m. i . . tit j i
w iu hi vuaiicauiu ui vv eaiiesuay.
rhe officer? of the National Grange are :
Master, Dudley W. Adaods, ot Iowa:
overseer, Thomas Taylor, ot South Oar
olina ; lecturer, T JL Thomson, of Wash
ington, U C; steward, A J Vaochan, of
Memphis ; assistant steward. G W
Thompson, ot New Jersey; chaplaiu, Rev.
A a tjrosb, ot Washington, 1) G; treasu
rer, F M McDowell, of New York; becre
tary, O H Kelley, of Washington, D C
gate-keeper, O Dinwiddic, ot Indiana;
Geres, Mrs. D W Adams, of Iowa
Pomona, Mrs. Thomas Taylor, ofColum
bia, H C ; Flora, Mrs Jos T Moore, of
Merylaud; lady assistant steward, Mis
0 A Hall, of Washington, D C. Execu
live committee Wm Saunders. Wash
ington. D C; D Wvatt Aiken, South Car
oliua, end E K Shaukland, Iowa.
A down-eaat physician telle of a HtUe
"o ca,uc.,u U,UJ ' . T '
mIa a kMA t-w turn n n u n ( i i i ri r.
I want some ipecac. "What do yoa
want it for t" "Never mind jast give it
to me." "Who sent yoa here V "No
body sent me came myself." I can't lei
yoa have it unless yon tell me what yoa
are going to do with it." "Well, doctor,
oar hired girl has swallowed a silver quar
ter, and she said that if I would give her
something that would bring it up I might
A chap was seen flying down the street
it I rp - C... J.. ms. hU
W2a3 i.. th-wind' "d
. . ,.. . y
- J mltt Mrt nl rate. As tbe
nuraner wonld make a pass with the
knife, the pursued would yell out, "Po
I" rPIu ai.Iu nnlinutnan in Km tnWIl
;,. - w.:. Tha
. , . ,. .
as tuc ouo mm nv w " -" - -
A special to the Baltimore Gaeetie,
speaking: of the difficulty Thursday be
tween McLean, of Texas, aud Butler,
was much excitement during
tbe tilt between Butler and McLean, and
Mr. Randall and others exerted tbein-
. a . i.i
se ves iu tbe iu teres t ot peace, while a
few extremists on the Radical side en
deavored to make further trouble. Doubt
less it was impolite in Mr. McLean to say
what lie did. but it is not in human na
tore to remain passive under the insults
and blackguardism Butler casts upon the
Southern people at every opportu
For some time past the peculiar cos
tume of a man in Brussels has attracted
attention. He goes about literally clothed
in white from top to toe, for not only are
his garments of that color but also his
hats and boots. Dnring the late severe
frost there was great curiosity manifested
to see whether he would preserve in wear-
ins: tbe same costume, and be stood out
manfully until the other day, when be
appeared with an enormous cloak and
hood in addition to the dress ho bad so
lone worn, bat was still true to bis choset
color. Ue is said to be a Dutchman who
pome years ago made a fortune in Bavaria,
but was afflicted with a coup de soleit.
His eccentricities are harmless, and main
ly consist in the firm belief that be has a
personal and intimate acquaintance with
iKa aim mhn nVAr fitila tn linnnr him hv
shinins- when he takes his Droaecmad. I
His apartments, even including tbe ceil
o . .. r ..
iug and the floor, are gilt, and he fully
believes that this was the work of his
kind friend, who bus also endowed him
with the power of stopping a railway train
at full speed.
Oue of the most excited debates iu the
French Assembly has been on tbe ques
tion of forming French regiments of six
companies or of only four. It was a sub
ject about which military men might be
supposed to be fully informed and ready
iu utterance, yet an incident
- m, I
"stage fright" attacks even the boldest
Tbe 'authoritative and brave General
Saussier, after ascending the tribune,
trembled like an aspen l-af , muttered a
few phrases, stuttered, grew pale and with-
drew f perspiration rolling
4owu lne warror's Every one ap-
pwuded him and encouraged him ; the
f resident remarked with tact and eourte
sy, that the rostrum had greater terrors
tor the tieuerai than ins Datuencids.
Imagine a soldier scared by 600 deputies
iu civil costume he who was known to
ever feel most "at. home" amidst showers
f .a j-a a i a a . . a saia
of balls and screaming shells. Next day
the General attacked tbe tribune, and
took it by assault, and his excellent speech
helped to carry the proposed measure.
A Half Breed Story.
There has been a romantic suit in Kansas
City for an estate of $300,000 and it has
ended, as it should have done, in tbe most
romantic manner. Thirty years ago, Wil
liam Gillis was one ot the oioueer caoitalists
of the West. At that time Lahurst, Chief
of the Piou Kashon Iudians, had a daughter.
lovely if dusky, and her name was musical
and soft as that of any Indian maid. Kali -kotqua
won the heart of William Gillis.
who bought ber from her father for a bale of
blankets, and lived with her. They had
one daughter, Nausy, one of the prettiest of
bait-breeds, aud the belle of the tradi us- post
L- - I tr V., J
wuicu uas since uecoiue ivausas my. one
grew up, and had two sons. Frank Bovd
aod Jim Charly. G. did not treat his half-
uictu lauiiir aiuuiy, lor wuen n aieu ne
willed his estate, eonsistiug of handsoini
business blocks, and at least one hotel, t
his uicce, Mrs. Troost, reserving $125,000
for an orphan asylum. The half-breed
eirs claimed the whole estate, and the
ounty Court awarded it to them iointlv.
The adniiuistr.'itors appealed to the Supreme
Court, and a day or so ago that tribunal
iiifirnied the deoisiou of the lower court
Thus the two orphans most interested
heirs of the woodland and stream have be
come wealthy capitalists. The moral of
this story is evideut, aud those who make
a practice oi buying up pretty Indian girls
' Jo weI1 Ut void .willing their property
iltVUV T nlit atM.i a......!. 1. J .
away, it only gives trouble, and wastes
k,. m.a.i. t 1 1 a f 1 9 .a
iuc wuiivy in legal iet prnm eiiim 1
legatee mad without doiuir him or her any
J. A. CLODFELTER & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture,
9w Invite attention to their stock of
Cottage Bedsteads French Chamber
aSl Suits, Walnut ami nainted Cant- SmU
Chairs Rocking Chairs of all descriptions, Ex
terwion Dining Tables of all kinds Wardrohes,
WasbsUnds, hat-Notes, Sofas, Reception
tnairs and farlor hints. Also, many other I
articles which we are prepared to sell aa cheap
or cueaper man any House in t ne western pari
oi i ue oiaie.
Be sure to call nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Express office. a
our stock and bear our prices. Our terms cash. '
Special orders (made from photographs in
1X2 "11 1 ...
uurowce; win oe supplied.
A full assortment ef Rosewood. Metal ic
and walnut Burial Cases, which can be furnish
a aer a . n . . . ... . I
ed at 8 hours notice.
March 19. 1874 ly.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
$17,000 IN GIFTS
bo distributed among the Ticket
A Gift Concert will be held in
WILSON, N. O.
On Wednesday Ftbruary the 10 Ih 1875.
. - - . s r
or the exclusive benefit of the Orphan Asv-
urn at Oxford.
T1KETS ONLY TWO DOLLARS,
Number of tickets only 15,000. 2.169 Gifts
to be given away, making over one to every
REAL ESTATE GIFTS
One lot in the town of Wilson, N.
C, containing If acres, with
Urge and convenient dwelling,
having 10 rooms, and all necessa
ry ana convenient out-bouses,
situated on RrnM atreet. val
ued at $5,000
One elegant i story residence, in
Wilson, comer of Pine and Green
streets, with acres, and con
taining 8 rooms, located in tbe
most eligible Dart of the town.
valued at 4,500
One acre lot, situated on the
corner of Vance and Spring stra.
with neat residence and out
houses, valued at 1,300
CAS1I GIFTS :
1 Cash Prixe,
4 " $100 each
5 50 M
20 M 20 "
30 10 M
100 " 5 "
500 44 2
1000 M 1 M
One Fine top Buggy,
One Pine Buggy,
One Fine Gold Watch,
Que Fine Lady's Watch.
Committee of Airangcments. G . W. Blount,
B. F. Briggs and A. Banies, Esqa.
Depository K ink of Wilson.
Advisory Board -John Nichols, Esq., Raleigh
W. F. Davis, Esq., Kittrells, A. U. A. Williams,
Esq , Oxford, Mai J. P. Jenkins, XahvilieJJ.
II. Thorp, Esq., Bosky Mount, Dr. K W King,
James V7 Lauoasterand JameE. Clark, Esqa.,
While thin enterprise is not 'conducted under
T J 7t its object
8 lo 8JU lliai li i li e lusti ntuin. th: m i:m
Anyluui, which was established hv the Graud
Lodge of the State, and management i entire
ly in tbe bands of members of the Order
The object is exclusively for tbe benefit of
the Oq ban Aylnm and the Committee deem
it uunecesrary to make any extonded appeal tu
me people oi rortn (Jarolina in behsir or an
institution which is no worthy of their support.
The low price of the tickets places it iu the
power of every one to aid a noble cause, and
at the same time tho chances of being reimburs
ed are unusually ruyoruble.
It is confidently believed that tbe enterprise
will he a succes , hut if from any cause there
xhould be no Concert ad distribution, all the
money received trtira ticket holders shall be
returned to tbom without disot.nut.
v .a.lA.ll a a a - s a- a
xo ucaow soiu win oe eumieu lo a cnanco
for the Gifts unless the money lor the same bas
been received at this office.
The Gifts will be distributed immediate! v
alter tbe Unnoert.
Any person holding a ticket entitled to a
Gift who desire tbe A sylum to have tho bene
fit of such Gift, will notify the Secretary by
sueh endorsement on back of the tiekel, aud the
same shall be appropriated as directed.
Money for ticket must be aent by Regis
tered Letter, Money Order or Express, direct
ed to A. BARNES. Secretary.
Wilson. N. a
JOHN H. ENNIS8, A sent.
Salisbury, N. C.
E. B. FOOTE, M.D.
120 Leiimton Heine,
Cbr. R 28th SL, NEW YORK
An Independent Physician,
TREATS ALL FORMS OF
Letters from all parts c
the Civilized World.
IT lit HtlHAl WAT U
Mitiw. i Medical Practice
HI 18 TREATING
Numerous Patients ia Europe, the
West Indies, the Dominion of
Canada, and in every State
of the Union.
ADVICE GIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OF CHARGE.
Mo mercurial sassfslass or SaiaSwIaaa i
Haa during tbe past twenty yean U paled
tsUr nearly or quite 43,000 eaaaa. All
aaaSaS wtta each aaaa an earefallr recce's a,
whether they be eoouaanicatad by letter or ta
aaraoa, or obeer ved by the Doctor or hi
shyeidaa. Th lattar arc aU wHnrlSe
AU lnvalldi at
aa extended Hat of plain
farnlaaed by mall free, or at the
Oaee book sever
M phyaiciana ot tho
onaeltatioa send for bat of
A Biily page pamphlet ol
Dr. E. S. FOOTE,
Box 788, Mew
Da. Toot ia the au t h or of " Medical Com
stos Saner." a book that readied a circulation
ef over 850,000 eopiea; alao, of "PLUS Hoars
Tat," more recently puullahed. which ha oid
to the extent of 70.000 eopiea ; alao. of
is Stobt." which i now being publiahed in
f an. aaaaaafag the SraVawtaioaat wsrk (which
la sat si prtatX U b aas tree aa aavtteattoa
10 either Dr. FOOTS, or the Jttmj HU HVOmt
bC CoaMBT. whoee office U 1 East th
and women wanted
to whom a libera!
be allowed. Tbe betrinninn of
i made ia telling Dr. Foots-
Fxais Hon Tata" la partWnlarly
e adult, and MBcrawc8 ra Stobt " hi
fast the thing for the young. Send for content
taatoa and BBS ter ysanelvaa. The former enrwere
ssa sasl psaaaej about sshtse S eaahi jSsjasssssi
Than la nothing la literature at aU lias either
1 the toregoiag work. M8entsca m
ssa only be had of age nU or of the
"PLAIN HOIIS TALK" la BsMlahaS la both
Ssfbah asd German Laagaagaa.
ADDRESS AS ABOVE.
Nov. 1 1874. if.
aaiatliaa, which wtu be
BuaeuHsd, ascept aw
AND THE SOUTH WES
The undenirned wishes to inform bis mvmm
nam friend that ha hu receired the appoint
ment to sell through tickets from Salisbury, N.
CL to all points in Tex, Arkansas, MlsthJayi,
Alsbsms, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana,
Tia Charlott. Columbia and A astasia B- Road,
and their Southern Connections. ThroOfh
Emigrant Tickets, or First Clam Tickets sold,
and Baggage checked through. Parties wish ins
to take Laborers to the above States, will find
it greatly to their own advantage by negotiating
with Lhe undermined at Salisbury, lniormauon
tn reward to Stales, lime and Connections will
be furnished either personally or tnrougn ue
-w ' . " ' ' a .a l
A. POPE, Gen'l. Passenger A Ticket Agt-
Columbia, s. i 1
J. A. McCOJNWAUlittl!.!.
Agt. C. C. & A. R. B-, SalUbury, , N. C.
a . . aJ.l SMnt
oepi. o. u. "i
Piedmont Air Line Railway
Danville. Richmond ft
W., V. C. Division, and
North Western N. C. S. W
In Effect on and after Sunday. Dec. 27, 1874
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Charlotte .... 1000 ra 8 36 am
" Air-Line J'aet'n 10.08 8.66 "
" Batisbnry a a 10.64
" Oreeaaboro S.4S " l.M r
" Danville 6.13 3 36
" Dundee 6 26 " 3 4S
M Barkeville 11 33 8.90
Arrive at Richisond. Ifi r u 11.09 r t
STATION. Mail. Kxraass
Leave RJchmnd I 1 38 r m 6.08 a. a .
" Barkevi Is 4.41 "
Dundee I 8.96
Danville 9.9 " 1.19 r m
" Greensboro. 19.35 am 4.16 "
Sauabory 8.97 " 6.46
" Air-Line J'n.-t'n 6.16 " ' 8.88 M
Arrive at Charlotte... 6.99 am 9.08 "
" Co Shops
A rr at tioldboro'..
3 35 a a
Ait II-SOp s
' 6 06
l.'v-IO 15 e
" -a m 5:
a aijLVf ti
WORTH WESTERN W. C.B. 3.
( -Salem Branch. )
Leave Greensboro 4.98 r
Arrive at 4a less 8 10 "
Leave Salea 9.98 AM
Arrive at Greensboro 11.18
rasaeager ir imi leaving Ksteixh at 6 m r n
connect al-ireeasboro' with tks Mortiiern boaal
train; making-the uu ckeat tiaaa to all Northern
cities. Price ol TicsaU asine aa via other routes.
Train to and from point Esat of t;reenboro
connect at (Sieenaboro with Mail Trains to or
from points North or Sostk.
Two Trsin diily, hotk ways
On nandsy Lvnchbsrs; A OLommoJation leave
Rirhaioud at (J A u . arrive at Barkeville 1944
r u , leave Barkeville 4 85 a a , arrive st Uicii-
inontl 7 68 x
Pullman Palace Car on all nijrht tralaa be
tween Charlotte and ltu-limond. (without chaoce)
Papers ahat hive rratiraenU to advertise the
aekedals of this compaoy will pleaas print as
For rurtberinformation addreaa
8 K. ALLEN.
fUia'l Tirket Unl
Oreenhboro, N C
T.'M R TALCOTT.
Gniaeer A Oen'l nnerinUadent
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE
Chesapeake and Ohio B B
Oa and after January Sri , 1875 .
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Leave Salisbury 12.'&
" OreenHboro -M.i
Danville via RADG 13
" Va. midland U.30
" Richmond - i "
" LcuisrilK 7.30
" Indianapolis, 7 4
" St Louis, U.35
Connectiug at these
Trunk Liues for the
California A- Texas
Points with tho great
Mail .Trains run daily except Sunday,
Exnres " " " " oatordav.
Through Tickets for wile at It. K. office at
Charlotte, Salisbury, ami Uree.LSboro,
Lowest Freight Rate made by this Ronts :
For Rate and iuformaiion as to Route, time
J C. DAUB.
So Jycnt (ireeiwboro .V C
EMIGRANTS GO 02 EXPRESS
W. C. WI' KIIAM. Vice PrtMdtrt ;
C. R. HOWARD, Gew. P. ef T. Agent ;
D. S. FITCH, Gen. Freight Agent.
Richmond. York Rivke axd
(Jhesapbakb KailbuAd mpaxt,
Hichmobu. April I eta 1874.
On and after
April 21st Pas-
freicht Trains on this road will run as follow
Paasenger Train for West Point leaves Rich-
moud at :i 1. M. (Sunday exoepted), and ar
rives at Kiehniond from Wet Point at JO A
M., daily (Sunday excepted).
The apleudid steamers HAVANA and
LOC1SE. will run in connection wit b this road
and will leave Wet Point daily (Sunday ex
cepted) ou the arrival of tbe train which leave
Biuhmoud tit .5 V. M.arriying at Baltimore next
morning in ample time to counect with train
for Washington and the East, North and West ;
and leave Baltimore daily (Snndaya excepted)
at 4 P. M , ennuecting at west Putut with train
due at Biobiuond at 10 A. M , next morning
Fare to Baltimore ,$3.50 ; Baltim..re and re
turn. $6. Washington, $4. Pare lo Philadel
phia. f7 ; to Philadelphia asd return, $13.
Par Ut New York. $10; to New York and re.
turn, $19.25. Boston $15 2S.
Freight train, for through freight only leaves
Richmond daily (Monday excepted) 10i30 At
M. , connecting with ateaineraat West Point
that deliver freight in Baltimore early next
morning. Through freight received daily.
Freight train, with Passenger car attached,
for freight between Biohinood and West Point
leaves Richmond Mondays, Wednesday and
iunMA - yLJf - " ,
fJPrTfTawJS-- i -Jjr 8 i """-JaT'
Fridavs at 7 A. M. Local freight received
Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday.
EDWARD F. FOLOER
W. N. Br ago. Master of Transportation.
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THE NEW FAMILY
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
We claim and can show that It la the cheav-
. most beautiful, delicately arranged, nce)
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
..i all the Pauilv Hewiosr Machines. It ia re-
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the fabric sewn. Thus, bea-er cloth, or lestner,
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ofatiu-h: and. in a moment, thia witling
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linn wort on nuie or romanier iisaue, oi tor
lucking of tarlatan, or ruffling, ov almost any
other work which delicate fingers have oen
known to perform.
And with its simplicity ol connrucuon ,
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any apeed; capacitr for range ana veny oi wurs,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals behind it.
' ' m f - t a.
We wiih pleasure refer the public to the Uold
unfl Rmni Medal and Diploma awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia, England, and
raosntiv in A nutria at the Exposition in Vienna,
where we ware awarded five Medals, Merit, rro-
" " m . , a i .
greaa, and three for articles manufactured on our
Machines. But it gives us mnch greater pleasure,
tn nieieni to the public the aworn returns ef sale,
'to which anv one can have seoaasi ot the difler-
ent Manufacturer of Machines, for the last four
veers, mad to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, and
which shews the precise number oi macninei
sold by each Company.
1888 1870 1871 IBTS
Slnrrr Mmafscilnf O.. -7n ITT MS iw
Wi A a ltonn da T,"as
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roe A Baker Sowing
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Waad 'vw nw I 'AST SRJPt
WUex Olbba So 1101 T?
WlUoa Sa see
Aeriear haltallle Over
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II Medal de
B. r. Have do
Vet r da
Brn1nrion Vmi-'re de
J. S. Hraunedorf da
K i'ok la
Sartlett. Reralbl 4a
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Orlrlaal it' we da
bat Irs d
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0. V. Thsea da
OaUf BatUa-H da
1. a-T ii mm
The reader will also note that although It la
charged that Sewing Machines are mid at en
ormously high prices, yet he will see that sever
al firm, that ware in existence have tailed or
abandoned an amprofltabl buainsaa
Wc respectfully aolklt a eall fross all parties
desiring a 4rt daa Sewing Machine.
At our Htore near the Public Squara will be
Also Silk, Linen, and Cotton Threads
acBvuci, uu, ate.
mg-er Manufacturing Co..
JOHN A. RAifSAT,
When ou want Hardware at lew
figures, eall on the undersigned ef Ho t
Granite Bow. "
- M a D- A- AT WEIX.
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Bay on ik
(wilhont i nisi) ml
inal Was knees, lnvolantarv
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il pracUee, that the alarlnia,
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Ratio of A -set to liakalhtea
Policies upaied cm all dVairsUe
ticipating and N on-pan to pntkag.
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Retrictioaw only aneh aa everv areata mm
ill bcartilv er..lorae. Tka mJm
A VI Vi.9BAK Ifffij8jriiswce.
pn uliar to this Cwmisuiy, has niu
a S mm-
mm weti aa parson eipetiing to hi run sack
abould examine it cnrefnlly. -
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Oeneral Agent Wewirm K. C
J. W. Maunev. LneaJ Ami ...
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March 19, 1 s: t It
CKA1GE 4 CUAlGti
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8 A LIS B l YN. C.
Special Attention riveu to
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March . 1874.-If.
SALISBURY, JT. C
Jaauary 52 II
Cheap Chattel Mortgaget,
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