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: i I - - - - - r rr r - .
rawUhe town f Pefr$0 tbit
tbe al moB t frantic pniu
irties the result was W
Warolina . CatchmaiL
' ra ' .
Pearl Homiuy at
Talk about the next Mayor' election
begins to be beard. It comes in May.
"Why do women talk less in February
than in aaj other month f 'Caose its only
got twenty eight days.' " (Almanac)
Freth Mackerel at A. PARKER'S.
There it a niee little girl child (aged
about 7 years) to be bound out to a tuna
ble person. Further information given
at this office.
Mr Fred Kerr, son of Mj. Jaa. E. Kerr
of this place, died on Wednesday night
(7ih) of raoid consumption, aged 24
w w w mm
yean. 'Tit tad to die so young.
Hams being scarce
and she boys say it strike ten
folly loud, MmeekMVfcy
Mefieeigpeur eV CajietatU
soliloquizing to himself thusly the oUler
day, in evident disgust, "soma lay be too
Was an some say he too alow, an bow ze
devele I know fee w fa botVIfe .
at the nouse at
Charles Magee, colored, of Ml. Ulla town
ship,' he in an unguarded moment at
tempted to supply the deficiency by ap
propriating one which belonged to his
neighbor. For this, Charles now lookeih
out from behind the prison bare, and will
be sent on to learn a trade at the ex-
pence of the nun -stealing tax-payers .
How our country does groan for the good
old days of tbe whipping post !
py Mr. J. H. Enniee, Druggist, calls
attention to the fact that he is now in re
ceipt of every variety of garden seeds and
Flower seeds, and that he will not be un
Died. We regret to have to announce
the demise of Mr. Geo. O. Poalson ot
Portsmouth Va.t who died at the resi
dence of Dr. J. Hall, in this city on
Monday night last, Mr. Poulson had
been sojourning here for several months
and was well known to most of our citi
sens as a most exemplary gentleman. Ue
s w w
was the father of the last Dr. Geo. B
Poulson of this place. His remains were
sent to Portsmouth for interment.
Buis & Barker. -We have hereto-
Teacher- Where is ihe bay of Biscay t fore called attention to the enterprise and
Pupil The bay of Biscay is west of energy of these young men, as well as to
Teacher Are yon sure of that 1
Pupil Yer sir, I can go to tbe Mayor'
office and say- ttv
ion of a very few
V a 'mm .
ten ng to the mends of toe enterprise.
297 votes were cast for, and only IS
against subscription ; quite a comforta
ble, majority that. Rowan county will
vote in June next upon (he proposi
tion of a county subscription of $100,000
to this Road, and its advocates are confi
dent of an overwhelming majority. This
road is in our own opinion one of incal
culable importance to rur town, county
and section, and tbe only difference ot
opinion in regard to it seems to be as to
the propriety of taxing the people to bo:)d
it. U poo this subject we shall have more
MX ;. It. '.' r i
to say in .future, and will only remark
here that we believe that when the bill
f ..ay jm T ow A -
pawed by the Legislature, authorising the
subscription is published and read, its
pro visions will be found so carefully fram
ed, and the interests of the county so
wisely and thoroughly guarded, that all
opposition to tt will vanish,.
-n S ". h
Oh, sweet and fair ! oh, rich and rata !
Thai day so long ago ;
The autumn sunshine everywhere,
The heather all aglow.
The ferns were clad in cloth of gold,
The waves sang on tne shore :
Xnamraaoe Agency pt d Allan
Brown, Office Mala St., Bala
oury, XI. u., Representing assets
of (lire or Lile) of over one Hundred
Millou Dollars, consisting of Foreign and
Uorne tympanies of tbe bur best rrade
.. i .
e, such wares will sing, As to Life, be can place parties in almost
any Company desired. Arrangements
may also be made with some of his Com
panies for tbe loan of money here, at a
reasonable rate of intereat, and will not
require parties to insure unless wishing; to
i do so.
Fire rinks written at the loweet adequate
l tea. Aa regards rates would say be
to compete with the
For ever, evermore.
Oh, fit and few ! oh, tried and true !
The friends who. met that day ;
Each one' the other's spirit knew ;
And so in earnest play
The hours flew past, until at last
The twilight kissed the shore ;
We said, u Such- days shall come again
For ever, evermore.
One day agaia 1 - No cloud of pain
A shadow o'er us cast.
And yet we strove in vain, in vain,
To conjure up the past ; ,
Like, but unlike, the sun that shone,
The waves that beat the shore ;
The words we said, the songs we sung,
Like unlike, evermore :
For guests unseen crept in between,
And, when our songs flowed free
Bang discords in an undertone,
And marred the harmony.
" The past is ours, not yours," they said,
These waves that beat the shore,
Though like the same, are not the same,
Obi never, nevermore r
does net pretend
Cafc in w
THJGO. F. KLXJTTZ.
Wholesale eV Retail Drur
8ALI8BT7KY, N. C
6,000 Bushels Cotton
Seed For Sale by
many "Wild Cat" Co's., that write it 1U JUL CltuallvBi nUUofj"
any rare the party wishes. Though KeeTJerS. YOHTlfir Folks.
should any one want thi. kind of cheap ftl -iVvlVo firvLra To, re
insurance, he can have it written for them uuiyacio, cvxaj.
at such rates as they are willing to pay, 1618, FarTOerS, Grangers,
socuos. onH Irwarahrw a ba
J. ALLEN BROWN.
i tnev w
what form mi sink
saw great troth y a sheold keep
tii mm - a
ah aiavaae ungiuatrs a an impart ot
of the bloW. urif that, and the
mo.t rtrpart ; but ,M eouuoi parifv lb
Wood uy the nee of Duumawsja draaa. ad
vsoauauve anmaiaata. The
PrJir ever dasxvvorW m Dr.
tasaous v iseqii Brrrsaa,
Diphtheria. The New York
calls mteution to several foots to prove that
diphtheria is not a ow disaaas. as most
pepl auppoae, and reminds iu readra that
Washington is supposed to have died of the
malady. Tbe letters of Walpole show that
a disease very similar to it, if not exactly
the same, was aa epidemic among eartam of
the English nuoility aa early aa the middle
ot tne eignteentb center.
tbe fact that they have entered into co
partnership for the purpose of conducting
tbe Drug business. They have experi
ence in the Drag business, are sober and
steady, aud well merit, as we doubt noti-
. . I t Ii.m will ! m IiUomI .ImNi rf tlk
OUT OlUeSt I luoJ " " iwic, m umiw n iwn th mh
Mr. John Shuman one
eitiaens died iu this place on Wednesday public patronage.
17iVMnst: aged 82 yeai. Tliu has in to-day's paper.
another of tbe band ma ks of Salisbury
passed away. "The fathers are fallen on
See their advertise men t
T -1 fj,
jmrnvimx-i. - -
A fresh supply of Mountain Apples
jualt d. at A. PARKEhV8.
.fit r j n
Garden ft Flower Seed. Messrs.
Bob fc Bttrker auuounce the arrival ot
i heir forge and ell selected stock ot
Garden and Flower seeds. Ihey have
every "variety and warrant them to be
pure and genuine.
We wish some M D. would explain to
os tbe reason why Colic is so prevalent
on election day. We can't account for
it. There waa more of it in town last
Monday than we have seen in a long time,
and it all seemed to be of that particular
kind which nothing would help but sper
rite. 'Twaut no use offering them pepper
tea, pi'ppertniut drops nor any thing of tbe
kind, '-not hi it r never would help it bur
sperits," they all said.
A usually placid aud very devout dea
con on going to his sheep-yard one m rn
ing caught a large. dog in the act of wor
rying the sheep. Ihe deacon dispatched
the dog on the spot, and leaving the ear.
case where the dog fell, started for the
boose, fie bad gone but a little way
when his indignation became so aroused
by the thought of the mischief the dog
had done that, seizing a sled stake, he ran
back and begau to pound the lifeless
carcass of tbe dog in a most energetic
manner. Just then a neighbor came up.
and, surprised at the couduet of the dea
Libou, exclaimed :
"Why, deacon, what are you pounding
that dog so for t He's dead I"
1 he deacon paused, aud turning to bis
interrogator, graiely and solemnly r
plied : . . ,
"1 in pounding him as an example and
warning to all bad dogx, that they may
m 1 , 1 an a.
oe deterred Irom tbeir evil wave DV a
knowledge that there is a punishment af
New Orleans Molasses only 81 00 per
gallon at A. PARKER S.
Pure Cider Vinegar only 50 cte per 1 aged 60 years and 10 days
gollonat A. PARKER'S.
In Kowan county, B. C, Feb. 4th, 1875, Mrs.
Lamina u. t;oue. wire of Kev. W. it. Guns.
Whenever you need aayibiaf in the way af
If you want the heat articles for
Uast mouey, go to
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Sale if Yaliatle Permal
PRO P ERTY.
Havinf qualified as AdejisrfntMri mm iW.
estate of Jesse Lyeriv.dsaeaaad, I will eeVr few
sale at public auetkm, at ta lata resUaaaeef
brusrr, incunt. the fuUoviee r,i . a
head of Horses. 6 kd of rwil. iilLT iLi
ikh cow. 20 haul of Hoes, s lot f Um
and Lsrd, Com, bei SWO.U, Hay, FaSV
ar straw, z 4 nor. Wsgoaa, 1 2 horse Warn
mm geanag, 1 1 horse Carriage and be re we. 1
ibkanrjr and harness, 1 set Blarwsaeiih umM.
Threshing Machine, Mower and Keeper fWea-
IUf tools Household and Kilchea lumuure.
Feb. 4. 1875-u,
saa-snvi -p .
She was rather hard on them, that
lady who said the other day, that "boys
e agist to be barreled ap b-n nine years
oldj aod Ad through tbe buag-hola until
they were thirty ." Look out boys or
yonM get up a bad rrpnratfou.
HP"- Mr. A. t Johnson informs us that
he has pnt up 500 Ions ot splend'd ice,
and will be able to supply not only the
. . U - I. ..... I. I , . . .KB . wf
other small adjacent tow us.
' .U.r at ..,,,lr., .nl
Finds work the archer never aeaai.tT 1
- , . e sv sai 'Sjl t . " J 4
Uur local last week upon that young
man who weut to tbe Ball again, was
appropriated by at least half dozen yonug
men in town, several of whom were fight
ing mad. Next t!me, we reckon we' I
have to do like the Scotch preacher who
veiled out at one A his sleepy -headed
hearers "Sandy un this is f!i se
cond time ye have snored aloud, and if ye
do it again I'll call ye out by nume to the
.LI 1 Sj
Salisbury can beat tire world for pretty
Ice. Mr. A. L. Johnson, desires os ladies, and if we were not afraid ot tbe
to extend his Aaftke" ta (he eitraens of g(K)d wife, we would like toNrag on a
Salisbury fur the very hbeial patronage lew nf 'em by name. Aa it is, we take
given him bereiofore, and to say that be plcasnrc in copying from the Charlotte
has juea refilled bis bouses with splendid Observer the following pleasant parngraph
ice for he present year. in regard to the appearance ot one of onr
. m mm if ' young ladiea al the tecent bal maaque iu
Returned. We were glad to meet thatplaee:
a few days ago in our sanctum, Dr. F. N. ''Miss Carrie McNeely, a Salisbury vis-J
mm a. M m.' JK L mL J mL L f - I I a AaV Mmww
An English physician who has been
visiting the island of the Turkish archi
pelago with a view to studying the cause
and nature of leprosy, reports that in
Crete singular villages exist where every
being is a leper, and where the population
is increasing. There is no description
made public of the appearance ot things
in these villages, but tbe view must be a
strange one. A viUags where every per
- s a n
son man, woman aud child is a prey
to the roost loathsome duM-tut ; wi er
thete is marrying and giving marriage,
must be a singular as well as a saddening
epectacle. That snebn condition of things
should he, that a govern men t should al
low such a horrible disease to be perpetu
ated and extended, is a sufficient cotniucn
tary upon the character of the empire, and
perhaps a s;-incient cause for interven
tion by other nations, in the interest ot
Luckey,HrlIo hasJust returned from N, Y
City, where he has' been sojourning two
or three months, for the purpose of im
proving himself professionally and physi
cally, lie is as jovial as ever.
New Mode of Lighting Houses.
GuanahanJL We call the attention
to the advertisement of this splendid fer
tiliaer. It is for sale by Messrs Meroney
et Bro. AIT good farmers that have tried
fertilizers say it will pay handsomely to
use them ; that they writ increase the
yield oiotdiuary land ; two and three
fold. This being true, it is safe for the
farmer to invest all he can in some good
Pettengill'e Advertising Agen
cy. - We have been dealing with this
agency for a number of years past, aud
we have always found the proprietors
prompt and just in their dealings, both
with the priu ter and the advertiser. We
know of no Agency more reliable or more
worthy of the public confidence.
"The Rocky Mount Mail says : Solici
tor Harris hat drawn over sis hundred
t a W Mm m
indictments against parties in Mash coun
ty for laUure to list poll tax "
In Rowan connty there will be wailing
and gnashing of teeth about Spring Court
over the same subject. We heard the
Sberif.say a short time ago that he in
tended to hand over to the solicitor the
names of all those who had failed to 1 ist
or 10 PVb'Mi apart before that time.
Much trouble estf therefore be tsrvfl4y
parties ikHwjaintt eoming forward and
settling op promptly.
itor, represented a "Spanish Lady," and
was charming and noble. The young
man wbo said the was "too tweet to live
a minute, was knocked in the bead, not
because he storied, but because bis admi
ration of her made another fellow jealous
and mad. :
"r " -" -; .
The National Hotel. We availed
otrrself of a standing iuvftatlon to dice at the
National a few days ago, and we are ena
bled to give additional testimony to what we
have heretofore.said ; Sod that is, the public
will find tbe National a most desirable place
to stop at In passing through Salisbury.
Mrs- Dr. Reeves, the Proprietress, is one
of tbe neatest and moat skillful managers iu
the State ; her clerk. Mr. D. R. Fraley, la
courteous and attentive, and her servants
polite and faithful. Tbe public may always
count on good fare, clean rooms, and atten
US paid a dollar ant) a quarter for It
and sent it to hex, that pretty valentine-
with eanirUnnd kmm mnA f
tog affectlou, and she thought that other
wwma . and 1 was Inn imirt tn
deny ft, but left ber to believe that be did
" The real tender was mad, you bet,
jptj never to invest more than ten
e-nu that way agaia. Next year he'll
tend her a horrible comic-character valen
An ingenious system of lighting is sugges
ted by the Scientific American aa among
the probabilities oi the future. Given, say,
a large botel!to be furnished with artificial
light, the plan Wag gee ted is, instead of
having a network of gaa pipe leading to
method, to have tne right for the whole
buildiug generated in orfe phtee, say in
iho main ventilating shaft for the utilizing
of the surplus heat. The distribution of
the light would be effected by means of
reflectors, each throwing into its appro
priate lube a: bundle of rays made par
allel by, a- lens sumciently intense to
flood tbe room to which they were direc
ted with a ptore white radiance, which
could be turned on or off, or graduated
by simply pressing a knob or turning a
key. In size, the light tubes need be no
greater than ordinary gat pipes, and eveu
much smaller, since all the light required
for tbe largest room might be transmitted
to the reflector av an extremely slender
beam. The terminal lenses would close
the tube against smoke and- dust, which
would dim the reflectors at the angles ;
and by keeping the enclosed air pure and
dry, the absorption of light would be in
We take pleasure iu transferring to our
columns the following merited complU
men tit to onr eitiaens :
" We don't intend to be invidious in
the mention we make of the fancy dress
ball given at the Doyden House in Salis
bury, last Monday evening. Miss Shober
in the character of the Swiss Peasant was
particularly fascinating; 1776 Mrs Over
man - was exceptionally good ; Den-
Drop Miss Annie Craige j .Daughter of
the Kegimeut Miss Kowcee; Night-
Miss Dean, excited general rem irk. The
two Indian characters were splendidly
executed Miss Maggie Young as Poca
hontas, and L. McNeely as Opicancaiio
MUs Wren represented the Confederate
States in an elegant and elaborate costume
Eleven stars decked the erowo that cov
ered bei bead, from which hung a black
veil entwining ber neck and arms,: red
white aud blue streamers floated from tbe
shoulder upon which was' incribed ihe
names of many hard (ought and bloody
battles. The drese represented the Con
federate flag dear old emblem of "dis
loyalty" decked With excellent photo
graphs of many oi the prominent Confed
crate Generals who were killed in battle.
Of course we paid ma attention to the
male costumes. ! Amour other prominent
non reside-: t gentlemen we noticed on the
floor our friend Joe Dobton, ot Surry.
ni m eaaea wee- e m mm -r-w
The deceased was born of christian parents
and was, in early infancy, dedicated to God in
Holy Baptism. After reaehing the rears of
If niurtu;l (fu .n.f kiiain C . . . 1 1 .. mi m . I m0
Freeh Lemons and Oocoanuts just Hoc d with the doctrines and duties of Christianity.
at X. PARKER. 8. eonueoiea nerscu wun urgan crangeiieau
uuueru UDurco. ny ner numDie, unitorm
and unassuming christian deportment, she
demonstrated the sincerity of bar leligkms
prufeasion. She attended public raligioos
wogthip. with commendable frequency and
regularity. She was married twice, bar first
husband having preceded her to the grate.
As a wife, sbe was kind and affectionate ; as a
moiher, she felt her responsibility in the ma
ternal relation ; and as a neighbor, she was
kind-hearted and obliging. Her death was
auexuecteti to her frieud. Ou 8andav Pre
ceding, she attended religious worship In St.
reter s Uhurcu, and listened with devout atten
tion to the preaching of the word. On tbe
foarth morning afterward, death came and pu.
a period to ber stale of probation. Although
death may oome with but little premonition,
an approving conscience, euascquent upon an
uprignt and pious life, will afford peace and
oouilortin the hour of dissolution. Ou gator
day succeeding her death, and in the presence
of a large assemblage of persons, her mortal
remains were cousigned to tbe quiet grave in
Organ Church cemetery. In the death of Mrs.
Cone, a vacuum has been created in the fam
ily-circle, in the church, and ia ber neighbor
nood, wnich will loue be felt, oho has left a
sorrow-stricken husband and son, and many
friends to mourn ever their irreparable loss.
B leased are the dead which die in the Lord."
AMENITIES OF LIFE
From the Fair Play Sentinel
x weive or tmeen armed men went to
the bouse of Elisha Gibbr, rapped at the
door aud told him they would give him
nften minutes to come out. Gibbs told
them he would come as soon as he dress-
i , a. a i
ea. Alter waitinc until tbev t bourn t the
f i -9 mf W "
time was up, tome of the party placed an
armial or two ot straw aeaintt the door
and was in tbe act of lighting it when
Gibbs commenced filing at them with a
revolver David and Samuel Boone, Mr.
Kane, and Mr. Reed wete shot. David
Boone died the next night. Samuel
Boone died u Sunday night. ILatle's
wound was pronounced fatal by the phy
sicians iu attendance, and he it doubtless
dead eru this. Reed received an ugly
flesh wound. At er the shooting was
over Gibbs picked op two guns, a rifle,
and a bat, what had been dropped by his
10 000 papers warranted fresh and genuine
just received from Land retb, Buist, Ferry,
Briggs, and Johnson", it Bobbins, At
6 cents a Paver. Liberal discount
to country merchants at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8TORE.
Corrected by MeC jbbine, Beall, and Julian
Buying Rate :
CORN new 85 a 87
COTTON-13 a 14
FLOUR $3 SO to 3 75
MKAL 85 a 90.
BACON -county) 12 to 15 - hog round
POT ATOES Irish 90a Sweet 75 to $1
EGGS 12 to 15.
CHICKEN 2.50 per dos
LARD 12 to 15
FEATHERS - new, 50.
RYE a 90 to f 1
BEESEWAX-28 to 30.
WHEAT - SI. 15 a SI 50.
DRIED FRUIT 5 to 8.
Blackberries, 8 ctt.
86 bbls, Rosa, Goodrich Jt Peer
less, JUST KlCErVED AT
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Notice is hereby miwmm to all
Mi . . . I I , ,
LwIt, K exhil.il ibeeaeae fea tbeaai
or before tbe 3rd day of February, 17;
K17"0 loaeweo to the said eataie
neo make parment vithoai delsT
ELIZABETH LTERLY, Ashwrx.
of Jesse Lyerty, Der i
Feb, 4. lSTo-ow.
Ttwn Lots and Farm La
CLOVER AID GRABS SBXD8.
A lsrsre stock, warranted Extra-cleaned,
Fresh & Grnuine, at low prices at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
I bare the largest stock of Drags,
Dyes, Grocers Drags ace., in Western
Carolina, and am now prepared to tell at
Baltimore Prices, thns saving
yon the freight. Special attention to bot
tling Ersenees, Laodaoom, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster k 8weet Oil Ico. Write
for prices, to
THEO. F. KLPTTZ DRUGGI8T
Salisbcrt, N. 0.
Flavoring fx tracts, Essence, Spices,
Gelatine, Mosurds, Soda, Dye-Siuffs,
Toilet aud Laundry Soaps, Lye, Ma tehee,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys Jce, al
ways on band of bast qoality at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Ia obedience to a decree of tbe U. 8.
Court, tbe urWeraignea saasgaees mi JeK
in bankruiKcv, will proceed to re-aell oa tba
20th dy uf Kebrusrv, 1 75. al tbe Court Heaaa
ia Salisbury, begioiaf at 12 o'clock, tbe fiMiw
ing Tslnable Property belonging to tba tssid
Jena Foster, bankrupt, to tit. 2J acres af
Land in tbe North ward of tbe Town, kaoea
aa the lee Pood Lot. S acres of Land la taw
Town adjoining the Land of Hoc. Bcrtoa
1 acres known as lbs Gravel Pit Lot. Its
acres of Firm Lands 2J aulas North Watt of
I own, adjoining toe Lauds of Mrs. W- (J. Jfe.
Neely, H. C. Dunksai and otbera.
AUo s portion of his " masd ia fhs
TERMS: One fourth Cash, balaoos 8U,
Twelve and Eighteoa ssontbs, ia saaal pay
Parse os wishing to baaoect the
ty may do so by calling on us.
T E. BROWS.
a H. WILEY. I
Salisbury, N C Jan It. 1874. (SSl)
same, it is now
Fir YouuMb anil Gatleno. X?:tb.ir;
publication, and to that sad to or
"Tbe Wadesboro Herald says : Mr. W .
L. Rote infoims us that the subscriptions
to tba Cheraw & Salisbury Railroad, for
Wadesboro township, now amount to
20,000, and still tbe work goes on. We
do not know what has been done in other
townships, but hope the canvaasera are at
work and that tbe remaining S20.000 will
toon be subscribed."
y We sre very njuch gratified to tee tbaT
the people of Anson are taking so much
interest in this important Road. The
Road cau be built, if tba people of Rowan,
Stanly, and Anson, will it. It only res
quires determination and effort on their
GERANIUMS WILL DRIVE OFF
Trmn ihm Tlurnl Sum.
species of snake may be perma
nently driven away from an infested place
oy planting geraniums
.! IS t1"'"
Auoiiiislrators Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against tbe estate
of A. If. Goodman, deceased are hereby notified
to exIuUt tbe same to tbe underaigaed oa or
before tbe 8th day of January, A. D. J876.
TH0MA8 T. GOODMAN.
Adm'r.of A. M. GOODMAN, Dec.
Jaa. 6. 1875 6w.
"The Boydeu Hbose at Salisbnry cau
now jonVy assert its claims st the bett
furnished and beet kept hotel in tba Wes
tern section of the State. We were shown
through a number of rooms sod found
them ueatly and newly carDeted and nm.
waua nave oeen nicely papered and every
thing lonka clean, neat and comfortable.
The table furniture ie new and substantial.
The host. Col Linton, it a clever, polite
efficient manager. Salisbury, like many
other towns we wot of, needed first class
hotel accorjomodatjojis, and wo are pirated J
to tee this want weft supplied in the 13 y
Patent county right of Fan Mill for Black
smith's forges are offered far sale in any or all
counties west of Yadkin river, slao tbe State
right of South Carolina.
The Fan can be seen at L. V. Brown's Tin
Shop. Apply or write to
Taomasville, N. C.
Fine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Cos me -
lids, Soaps, sehnns, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Hair, and Teeth Brashes, Pocket Books
dee, in endless vsriety at
KLUTTZ'S DBUG 8TOBE.
Cinars did yon- Say ?
Oh yes, wa have tbem at all prices
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and eta cell
i hem by the bos at jobbers prises, oar
celebrated & cent PECULIAR
CIGAR ia acknowledged the heat iu the
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
SUPERIOR COURT : DAVIDSON
Fall Tk&m 1874.
J. M.Thoxaso, Defendant,
It appearing to the Court that a
returnable to this Term of the Court,
tbe defendant is r 'iraes. ant to be
sod thst the defendant is a noa resident af
the State, bavins recently teoartad tba
on uiotiua .f plain UTs
publieatioa. and to that end is urde ed that
the same. o get her with olios of the at
tachment hereinbefore levied, be nshlkthsd
for six weeks sooscasivoly, is tbe "Caroboa
Watchmaa" a aewspapor pblisaaa la lass
District. Commanding tba Detsadaat to aav
pear at tbe next term of this Court, a asm as
or demur to the ComplaieU according ta
Said So w mows hi as follows.
DAVIDSON COUNTY :-Ia the
mea M. Tb.
PURE WINES k. LIQUORS for
medical and church purposet always on
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORK.
Astral Oil 50 cents per
gallon at i
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8TOBE.
In South Alri
bad h is Istii Sirtga torroooaVd by n Sir
Thousht it waa Delirium
From the 'ew Brunswicker. , , ,
Sniffles brought bis thro weeks' spree
to a close on Thursday uiejht. He lay On
a lounge in the parlot , feeling as mean at
sour lager, when something in the corner
ot the room attracted hit attention. Ri-
fbg ons hit elbow he gased steadily at it.
Rubbing bis eyes, he tttltjf iauiri, and as
he ttarad bis terror, greo. Cstlltag hit
"What is what, Likey ?"
Suifise's name is Lycurgus, and his wife
calls hfni Lrkey for short and sweet.
"Why that that thing in the corner,"
said the frightened man, pointing at it
with a hand shaking like a politician.
Likej, dear, I see nothing, replied
' ttyimd.Hi't sea it I" he shrieked
Then l's got 'em Oh, heavens ! biw
me toe Bioie. aiiranuy, urmg u quick !
Here, here on tins cacred boos l s wear
y V O S I aavf vi uvi v wwosaw wet
.ffilWlW fetCffwaJMifT asWer to toaeh a drop of whiskey. If I
ttisket. A misaKNtary of Soafh AJHcs break sty saw, stay my right band cleave
row belt of genaniuatS, arbtbli t4HiuUjJ
protected tbo residence from any kind of
tAt roof of my abotk, and"
Here, catching another glimpse of the
tern be obiect ho clutched his wife and
snake. A ' lsr yards W 'rom tjtua bogged ia piteoat (ones :
geranium belt a snake would occasionally "Don't rente 'me don't lasts your
be toandr lri WlwiH VM whoUJ Likey.'? and burrriu his face in the folds
m r - m a rata mm & . Jtma a, as aw at ta etwii.rw - t
lataraninm is .taaajtv eatseat as arosanUM Qf ber dwaoa. bo Snbhrrt oasi
musi teen tod, sod
Ua .H,inst oat of sfite. pucnaut ta the serpent tribe.
m m m m, ml mm. t war mm j
into a trowtawa siessjL " . - -
I 1. A .Imu m
A-Triosspa Oosr Humbug.
It is not difficult to alarm, Uis timid, snd
invalids are proverbially so.. . Aware of tbi
fact, tbe vender of itseudo bitters, "entirely
free from alcohol," have raised a false cry
against totilc 'preparatfons containing spirits,
and no doubt have frightened a few sick folk
into purchasing the fermented rubbish which
they sellsndrrich, is infinitely, mors injuri-
it jS"" ti . i a
on man me vueat drams drunk at tavern
bars. Bat already a tremendous reaction baa
set in against these abominable nostrums,
which, being devoid of tbe alcoholic basis
which alone prevents liquid botanic prepara
tions from turafng souV, decompose almost as
soon as ovade. HssteUsrs Stomach Bitters
baa li red tana will lire down multitudes of
such im posters. A regular recurrence of tba
demand m tbe- great alterative invigorant
from those who have always been iu patrons,
shows that they have not swerved in their
time-honored 'allegiance to America's most
popular remedy ; and a constant influx or
new orders demonstrates bow little imuxea-
sion, after all, the bilatant denunciations of
tbs mock bitters men have mads upon the
general public So long as Hosteller's Bitters
continue Jo .core and prevent intermittent
and remittent fever, dispepeia, constipation,
smney oussssa, arm tne numerous other ail
meaSs to wasab shew sre adapted, they will
continue se nominate oe tactions oddo-
mmmmmm w mwm v.. r- nuu wm win 0c JUM mm
long as they are manufactured and sold- Bs
unto all bogus nostrum vendera, of
wn unto all bogus nostrum vender
degree ofJLnAtm. aad kaaverr,
tibey can aeveaAooa J -MtT theasseivsB
public favcr " The expense of foatetler's
Hitters, tne reputation or wiuca is founded,
it, were, upon a rock.
Situations by thtee Teachers of mush as
m a 1 mm ssa a s
perieuce. leaeb me ssagusa orancoes oniy.
Will sceept small Salaries. Excellent refer
ence. Appy at this Office,
and better ones than ever.
me now and get ths BEST. Get tbe stove
P I L
f von want ons that will outlast any other, and
hat is made of all NEW 1 KON, and warranted Uuly 25 cents
o give satisfaction Sc. Vs nous styles, of cook
ng stoves at a small profit.
a box t Warrranted or
money refunded. After years of expert-
Shekt Iron & Copper Wasi made of the menline. I bavo at last found the (Jreat
k. a i. "
best material, on nana or msue to oruer.
Merchant aunolied at Low 1 rices. Uasb
paid for all kinds of Copper, Brass Ar. Ask for
Brown' Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury, X.
C, L. V. Brown.
I sm well prepared to eat good
tor marking Tobacco, Floor Patent articles 4c
Every person doing any kind of work or boat
neas should have a stencil to advertise his busi
ness, as it is acknowledged to bs ths boat aaai
cheapest way to lot people know what yoa are
Ons mark with stencil may wet a
Remedy for Chills, Fever Jr. Afar, dec,
and can confidently recommend it to my
and the public. Try It.
T A S.
Finest Teas in the mark
et. Put up in air tight,
7cbi cans, 26 per cent less
than usmal Prices at
STATE OF KOttTU CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff of Daviaaoa Couaty
ing : You are berrby
mos James M . Tbomaaoa. tbe
above named, if to bo found wilbia
Couaty. to be aad appear before tba
of our Superior Court, to bo held k
county ist Daetse at tbo Court House ta
Lesisgtoti. oa tbe 6th bfnoday after the 3rd
M'' day of NMteaaber. 1874. aua answer tba
omoplaiat wbicb will be tVpnsitow ia tbo
Bales of l be clerk of ths Superior Caavt tat
said County, within ths list tares says af
the osxt tnn. tbrrei.f. - A Ul the aaid de
fendant take sot tew that if he fail to answer
the said complaint withie the time prescrib
ed by law. tbe idsistiff will apply to the
Court for the rei-f deru:.W-l iu tbe
plaint. Hereof WI not. sod f this Su
make due rwtuea.
Given unaor my ha ad aad teal of tab!
Court, this &h day of May. 1674.
rSoal U E, JOHKaOJf .
Clerk of tbe Superior Coast,
Pari as aa Cwaaty.
Said WarraoU of Attach moat aad Lovy
it at follows.
THE 8TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
To the sheriff of Davidson County Greet.
ina ' It sppeariaff by am turtle to tba
pflleers granting this warrant, that
plaintiff is entitled to recover from the
dant James M. Tbomasos snd that the
earned plaintiff Wilis Salatsiag It aboat to
commence aa action la this Court aasiost
defendant, for tbe loeWiee of Plaintiffs
Daughter Sarah A. Saiotstsg by asassaSaat
for which bs claims aaotaaas of Firs haa
dred dollars sad oust uf suit.
Yoa are forthwith eommssmsd to aSlaah
aad safely keep all the property of tbo sahl
James, si. Tbomasna ia your auuaty. or to
raaet thereof as may bo seBeteut to
said demand, with lusts and ei
L E. JOH1
tomer you never thought of.
MY PRICES ARE LOW, A8 FOLLOWS,
Oue-fourth inob letters 5 eenta per letter
One half sad five-eights 6
Three-fourth A Ons inch letters 7 "
They may bs want to any part of the U. S.
by mall at a small cost.
a Send in your orders stating site of letters you
prefer, and tbe Stencil will be made asatly out
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street Salisbury, 9. a
L. V. BROWN,
April 23. 1874 tf.
KLUTT'8 DRUG STORE.
i Portland, Maine.
C OfiPer Day at boms.
SWtJ - tWSatJ A(lHr s P. Rtiwtow A Ho
Jan. 19, 187 3,-1 y
IV Short w henerer yoa want Prescrip
tions carefully prepared, or aood anything
usually kept in a Fint dam Drug Store,
aad want to ho tartaJn of geuiog past
what yoa) cajl for, aad of being politely
sod, promptly sarvad. Bo ssn e ta call oa
or sand to
THRO. F. KLUTTZ, Dsuoszrr
t- BoXitajujtT, M. C.
Jan. 28, 1S75 tf.
No personal property of the aWiaaa at i.
M. Tbomattia to be fooad ia my awaaty to
aa'isfy this warraat of attach meat. I assa
by lsvy oa J. M. Tb msaos's Intersst raaaa
hood red nod ifty aoros of Wad lying la UawbS
su Couaty. adjnlaiaf tbo Vwsds of fa.
MoEory. SomaeSowors aad bora, afoojl
B I L t l AA
ntuy vrawa eoniaiaika; mm tens asiwe aw
Was ia said Coaaty adfoiuieg tbo lasdsaf
m a a asa er s . m a
aliatatai Bwaaa. n. j. ojttsata aaa waters,
all of wbksh It ta saaasfy tbr warraat fo at.
taenmeut Soptombor 13th. LS7d.
In Tsotlmoov where.. f I baas
my baud aad saTssod tbo aeoi
at osees ia Leziuftoa. tbo t9th day of ,
rseoJi c r. lows c4.
PHatars foe 91AJ0 asajsriur Csaavc
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