Reticence may not be euuidered sound
tense, but it is good sclc. . u
wtlw V- v'
How uu juat it is to accuse a bald headed
man of putting on laUe hairs.
In some new styles there is do change.
Poor relatives u.e cut the mom as last
M , l . a ."
Forty girls will run after a snob with a
gold headed cane, where oue will shy up
to a fellow with sound horse sense.
laST .tU ' .1- ' ' if-
iw dreary seems each boor
At it slowly, slowly goes,
To the man who silsio anguish,
With a boil opou bis nose.
Since the hard times have struck Neva
da they have raided the price of killing
Chinamen to seven dollars,
The reason why Pagans are so far
behind hand in the march of civilization,
is because they are such an idol peo
Bilas Card was married the other day,
and on his wedding notices were the
words; "No cards. " But he doesn't kuo
what might happen.
'A man who fears toe Lord and can
carry home an intoxicated member, is the
kind of Sergeant-at-Arms they want for
the Minnesota Legislature.
To Kkmovk Hoarseness. Mix one
teaspoon! ul of sweet spirits of nitro id i
wioeglassful of water. This may be ta
ken two or three times a day.
To Cure a Cough. Take muriate o
morphia h graiu; glyuerine 2 fluid ounces.
Mix. Does, a tableepoonful wheu the
cough is troublesome.
The young man who resolved to com
mit suicide because his sweetheart mai
ried an undertaker, owes his lite to, the
second sober thought that he might be
furnishing his riyal a job.
Two nu-dical societies met in Portland
the other day. A car load of grave stones
also arrived during the day. L is not
often that the eternal fitness of things
sticks out iu this manner.
He, the oldest man, lives iu Uhiuebeck
now 108 years of age, threads a needle
at arm's length, slept with Noah when a
boy, played marbles with Pharaoh, and
turned the griudstoue for G. W.t to sharp
en bis little cherry cutter.
Exposure to the cold air. if in an open
spac , is not apt to harm, but the Span
iards have a proverb which says that "if
you catch cold lrom a draught through a
111 ill a
Keynote you tiau belter make your
A wit complained to Louis XIV. that
the Duke of Guise threatened to k:ll him
for some jokes that he had perpetrated at
the duke's expeuse. "It he does," said
Louis, "I'll hang him in ten minutes af
terward." "I'd prefer," suid the wu"that
yr ur majesty should hang him 'one min
ute before,' w
A man who, having lost heavily in bus
mess, bad become morose and ill-natured
one day said to his wife : "We must sell
on some ot our carriages ; which shall it
be?" "My dear." resnoiided the wife.
"you may do as you please, so long as
you only get rid of the "sulky 'and retain
man slightly pretentions, fond of
display, aud somewhat ignorant, recently
called the attention of some visitors to a
showy carpet oo one of his apartments,
with the remark, "There gentlemen, that
is one of the best carpets Mr. Brussels
ever made !"
A Shkkp Farm Mr C. H. Beall, of
Brooke county, West Virginia, owns 3.
000 head of sheep. In the summer he will
reut pastures all aronud him for miles let
tiug his own grow up for winter pastures.
His wool last year brought him the sung
little sum of $7,000.
Ponce t. the pc nip tor. died at Nioe sun
donlv. His voune wife stunned with
grief, never wrote to her family but
brought the body to Paris. Quite unex
pectedly she entered the house of her
lather, and all inquired immediately,
"Your husband ; where is he 1" "Down
at the door," she said, and they hurried
down to help him out of a carriage, but
fouud him in a hearse.
Scarcely have the harvrst of observa
tions from the transit of Venns expedi
tions been garnered when the restless
spirit of astronomic inquiry is to be diver
ted toward the approaching eclips of the
sno. The eclips will be total, aid will
occur on the 6th of next April, when, ac
cording to the English astronomer Hind,
there will be tbe best opportunity for the
observation of totality to be offered till
toward the closu of the century.
Old Gingerbread, There ate
m i ueiii i n pieasea tne
fancy of Mr. Fancy, of Baugor, Me., to
preserve as precious a sheet of gingerbread,
wnicu ue oougbt tor thirty-five eents
whn he wa in the Confederate prison in
Salisbury, N. C. The matter is some
what ayaterious. Why a man hungry
enough to give such a price for a cake
should have kept and not devoured it, is
more ikon we can conjecture. Perhaps
in bis empty state tbe very sierht and
smell of such an enormous provision took
away bis appetite ; possibly when pur
cbased, he found it too geological for
mastification. By this time it must be
hard enough for a monument. N. T.
We clip the above from the Detroit
Free Treat and insert it for the purpose
of calling up Brother Stewart to ques
tion of privilege on "geological" deeposit
'n Salisbury gingerbread Piedmont,
1 ress. -
We were not much about Salisbury,
a k a a m "it-
during tbe war, but we are inclined to
taiuk, judging from what we saw at other
)oiuts that there ia some justice iu coup
Img these cakes with geological desposits
ii k . . . a .a an'
lor we feet satisnea tne resemblance was
quite striking if they did not, indeed
contain foseiiiferons matter.
fit V 4T ' 1
Southern Society Girts.
lift of early does
not srem to
embarrass southern women in the least.--They
are, from their tenderest years,
educated in social calisthenics np to this
point of endurance. Bout hern children are stopping at this
oftener tu the parlor iluu inmates of the
- a n all
nursery, and past the hours which should
be cradle-rocked among the evening gueats
talking, eating and Milling with amusing
grace ana maturity. i ueir compieaiuu
suffer, as doe their health in the after
years, and rush to cosmetics, to cover up
deficiencies in coloring is as natural and
necessary aa their use Of QUinieu or
beaHtv6usiaiumg medicines, net they
have the easy, elegant, unconsciously
graceful manners of well -bread women ot
the world, whom no exigency surprises
and who look upon the world as buug
with roses for their especial plucking.
ion never aee a Southern society girl aet
i ji l L. : LI ... ..4 nlA l
awawaraiy, or iook uuaenui) vvim j
as did poor Joe Gareery wheu dressed in
his Sunday clothes. They act natural,
because they are as much m their element
as are swans on the breast of the river.
Wash in (j ton Letter.
The Secret of Beauty.
It is not in pearl power, nor in golden hair
dye, nor in jewelry. It cannot be got in a bot
tle or a box.
It is Dleasant to be handsome i but all beauty
is not in urettiness. There is a higher beauty,
that make us love peoole tenderly. Eyes, nose,
hair, or skin never did that yet : though it is
pleasing to see fine features. What you are
will make your face over for you in the end,
whether nature has made it plain or pretty.
Good oeouleare never ill-looking. What
ever their faces mtv be. an amiable expression
atones for all. If they can be cheenUl also, no
one will love them the less because their fea-
tuea are not regular, or because they are too fat, r
... a a 1 . . 1
too thin, too oale or too aara. cuiuuvauon oi
the mind adds another charm to their faces,
and, on the whole, if any girl is desirous of be
ing liked by the many and loved by the one, it
is more in her power than she may believe to
accomplish that object.
Cosmetics will not accomplish it, nowerer
Neither will fine dress : though a woman who
does not dress becoming wrongs herself.
Forced smiles and affected amiability will
be of no avail I but if she can manage to feel
kindly to everybody, not to be jealous, not to be
cross, to be happy if possible, and to encourage
contentment, then something will come int
her face that
gain her not only a
The Financial Condition op the
North Carolina Railroad. Iu response
to a request on tbe part of the Senate, Gov
Broeden has sent in tbe folluwing special
message iu relation to the situation of the
North Carolina Railroad :
State of North Carolina
. ExtcuTiVR Department,
RALEIOH. N. C. Jan. 29. 75
To the President and the Senate of North
Gentlemen : I hare the honor to ac
knowledge the receipt of a resolution passed
by the Senate requesting tne to furnish in
formation in relation to the financial affaire
of the North Caroliua Railroad, and in
compliance with said request, I transmit
herewith such information as I have been
able to obtain eoucerniug the subject matter
of the resolution
Tbe whole uuinber of State Bonds issued
f-r construction of the North Carolina rail
road, under the act of 1848 '49. chapter 82.
and the set of 1054 do, chapter M, par
Value of $1,000 each, 3,000. The number
of said Bonds taken up in exchange for
stock formerly owned by the State in Raleigh
and Gaston Railroad, dec- 206.
Leaving whole number of North Carolina
Construction Bonds outstanding. 2.794.
Par value of 1,000 each. $2,794,000,
Whole number of North Carolina Railroad
Bonds proved In the United States Circuit
Court, Eastern District of North Carolina.
iu the suit of Authony H. Swasey for self
and others gainst the North Carolina Rail
road Company, D. A- Jenkins, king $1,
Whole number of past due coupons of
said bonds proved up to and iucl tiding those
due October 1st. 1874, 25,683, f 77U.4P0
Of this there has been ordered to be paid
under decrees of tbe Court made in th
above named suit, at several times, (about)
Leaving balance of coupons still due and
proved of $246,490.
Interest is claimed on these coupons by
the holders, and if allowed, will amount U
between $1 75.000 and $180,000.
Balance of Roods outstanding and not
W7, making 9U67.U00.
Estimated coupons past doe on these
Bonds 1 1.504. inakine $345,120.
In addition io balance of coupons on prov
ed Bouus how due and unpaid, to wit: $240. -
The coupons on these bonds hilling dee
January 1, aud April I, 1875, will amount
to $54 810.
Total of coupons on proved bonds due on
or before April I, 1875, $301,300.
i have not yet seen any satisfactory reason
to change the opinion expressed in my reg
ular message in regard to this matter, aa
" The sum necessary to be raised by the
present General Aaseuihly to pay the past
due interest on the Construction Bonds, and
thus save the stock of the State from sale
under the decree of tbe United States Circuit
Court, will probably amount to more than
I entertain this epiuiop from information
derived from Hon. W. A. Smith, President
of the North Carolina Railroad J. A.
McCauVy. Treasirer of said road, and Jos.
B. Batebelor, Esq., the Commissioner tbe
amount of interest past due aud uunaid iu
tbe Swasey suit.
1 he North Carolina Railroad has already
paid three million nine hundred and sixty
thousand dollars ($3,960,000) iu dividends,
and reducing the divideuds in Confederate
currency to six per cent, this road has paid
two million four hundred and forty thousand
dollars ($2,440,000.) This valuable and
important road ought not to be lost Iu the
It gives encouragement to labor and en
terprise, and increases our taxable wealth.
it tends to the promotion ot trade aud
commerce, and it is of great public benefit
and utility, judging from the past proa
parity and future prospect of this road, it
is reasonable to expect thai it will be able
to pay at least six per sent, dividends ou
its capital stock.
The rent of the North Carolina Railroad.
vzuu.uuu, has b-en paid punctually by the
Klebmond & Danville Railroad Cotnnanr.
according to the terms of the lease made by
aairl r.....nn ..I mi
l respectfully and earnestly reeommand
the Lreueral Assembly to preserve and pro
tect the State's interest iu this mad.
I have the honor to he,
with great respect . . ..
your eb'dt servant. -1
C. H. Broodek.
gg - i I
RA MURAL mil EL.
Mr. Dr. Reeves has again resumed her
bonnes in this well known bouse, and she
earnestly solicts the patronage of bar oM
friends and the public at large. Guests
House will find nothing
ill add to their comfort.
neither on the part of the proprietress nor
tnac or ine etera, air. u. n. rmic. Iibi
. . m I a T TJ f... 1....
The Omnibus will be found at the depot as 1
usual to convey passengers to and from the
Dec. 31, 1874 ly.
NEW MACHINE SHOP.
I am now u re oared to-do all kinds of
repairing with dispatch. With good tools
and twnntv-nve Years experience iu tne
business, sati faction is guaranteed. Especial
attention given to Engine and Boiler work.
Cotton Woolen, Mining and Agriculture
Machine : and wood teroinsr
of all kinds.
,,n Purnar 1 1 Pultnn ahd l.'niinril Street.
Salisbury. . U.
E- H. MARSH.
July 16. 1874. tf.
nation Needle-book, with Cbronos
Send sump. F, F GtccK & Co., New Bedford
JTHnBST,75T iStN.-; I
easily made by selling TEAS
at IMPORTERS' PRICES, or getting op
clubs in towns and country for the oldest
Tea Company in Ainariea. Greatest induce
ment, send for circular, la.mua iia
CO., 148 Chambers St. N. Y. 4w.
Pete Outfit Sent Free,
KCtiC VUtUV -v. - fV " I
We want a suitable persou in every neigh
borhood to take orders and deliver goods for
our established C. O D. Sales of staple and
family goods of ail kinds in constant use
and wear. The oldest C. 0. D. bouse in
America, Sales over half a million in 1874
Large Cach Pay to the right person. A
real chance for all, male or female, at your
homes or traveling. No risk. If you go to
work we will send you free and post-paid a
line of samples and coinple outfit. Address
at once and secure vour territory. H. J.
HALL & CO., 6. N. Howard Street Balti
more Md. w4
Coughs, Colds Hoarseneess
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AND STTEE REMEDY,
3oId by Dmggist generally, and
r TLLLK & FULLER, Chicago, 111.
SHORT POSTPONEMENT DAY
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT
lontpeler Female Humane Associa-
TIOH AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
MARCH "29th, 1875.
Grand Cash Gift ...
I Grand Cab Gift...
10 t' ash Gifts..
15 Cash Gifts..
50 Cash Gifts..
100 Cash Giftn..
10.00 Cash Gifts..
1.000 Cash Gifts..
20.000 Cash Gifts..
22,170 Quh Giftf,-ammouuiing to $1,000,000
NUMBERS OF T1CREST 100,000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
W hole Tickets -20 00
Halvee 1 10 00
Quarters 50 00
Eighths or each Coupon 250
3 Tiekata for 100 00
The Montpelier Female Humane Anrm
tion, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia
niiu me iircuil Court or Orange county,
proposes, br a series of Grand Gift Concerts, to
establish and endow a "Home for the Old, In-
rm, sno uestunta Ladies of Virginia" at
Montpelier, the former residence of President
Governor's Okfick, Richmond, Jnlr 3, 1874
It affbrds me pleasure to sav that I am rU
acquainted with a large majority of the officers !
of the liontnelisr Female Association, who
reside in the vicinity of my home, and I attest
iuomuieiiiger.ee ana t .eir worth and high
reputation as gentlemen, as well as the public
vi.iiuucuW', iuubuuub ana snosianual means
uoerauy represented among tbem.
JAMES L. HEMPEK, Gov. Yirgioja.
Alexandria, Va.. July 8. 1874. I
commend them aa gents of honor snd integrity
and fully entitled to tbe confidence oi the nub
R, W. HUGHES, U. fe. Judge Eaafn Diet.
Further referene bv permission : Bis Rrml
lency Gilbert C. Walker, Ex-Governor of Va.
tion HOD is. wieners, Lieut -Gov. ofVn &nH.
U. 8. senator elect ; Senators and Veml.rv ..f
congress lorm va.
remittances for tickets ma v be made bv ex
press pre-paid, post office money order on
i umngion, u. v,., or oy registered letter.
ror tun particulars, testimonials, t., send
lor Mreuiar. Adores. Hon. jaiiua
BARBOUK, Pbks'tM.F H. A. ALExarpsia,
Reliable agents wanted every where.
Oct. 1, 1874. ly.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nervous or Debilited
Are yon so Languid tbat auv exertio r
quires more 01 an effort than yon feel capable
of making 1 """"
men try JUBTJBEBA. tbe wonderful tonic
ana invigorauir, wnich acts so beneficially pn
um secretive organ e as to impart vigor to all
the vital forces.
It is bo alcoholic appetisei , which stimnlatea
iur a snort tjroe, oniy to let tne anflerer nil to
nowoep oi misery, but it is a vegetable
bvuiu wuu uireeuj on tne liver and spleen
U regulates tbe Bowels, quiets the nervee
and gives suoh a healthy tone to the wool
system cs to soon make tha invalid fa
use a new person.
Its operation is not violent, but is character
w j Bm. aeuueueHs ; tne patient aj er
ienoea no sudden change, no marked results
oat graaaaiiy ou troubles
"Fold their tents, like tha Alpha,
And silently teal awajr.n
mi is no new untried dianoverv. W k..
been long used with wonderful remedial resnlts
SBC Is pronounced bv the hicheat lanthorttJ
I "tha moat powerful ton ic and alterative known ,
B aal - - r im. -
Tj sale by WS, f. JIDPfcR Cm. yaw I
i ova. -' v,
Kerosene and Soline Oil
At E.4ni pnc. t emiss
Next to Meroney & Bro.
i hi a .
UT 01H W XXYKT
POOLE dr HUNT BALTIMORE,
Manafactnreri for the South and leatkwest;
Nearly 7000 now in nse, working onder
beads varying from 3 to 40 teet I
24 sixes, from 5 to 96 inches.
The most powerful Wheel in the market.
- T ILLUSTRATED P.mbpl.. H.t
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent
Pubulous Boilere, Ebaugh's Crusher for
Minerals, Saw and Grist Mills, Flouring
Mill Machinery for White Lead Works
mnA Hil Mill- Rhafrtno PitlWa and
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
Sep. 3. 1874 6mos.
P. H CAMERON.
W TT FTTf!fv S S
STATE LIFE Insurance
RALEIGH, N. C.
At end of First Fiscal Tear hsd issaed over I
900 Policies without sustaining a sinvle loss.
Prudent, economical aud energetic manage
ment nan made it
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION
This Company issues every desirable form of
Policies at as low rates as any other First CI
Imposes no useless restriction upon residence
Has a fixed paid up valueonall policies after
two annual payments.
Its entire assets are loaned and invested
to foster and encourage home enterprises.
Thirty days grace allowed in payment of pre
With the.e facts before tbem will the people
of North Carolina continue to pay annually
thousands upon thousand of dollars to build
up Foreign Companies, when they can secure
insurance in a Company equally reliable and
every dollar's premium they pay be loaned and
invested in our own State, and among our own
Tbeo. F. KLUTTZ,
J. D. McNEELY. AaVs.
Salisbury, N. C.
RUFFIN & TAVLOE.
Cen'l. Dis't. Agt's. Greensboro N. C.
Pec. 31 ly.
E. B. FOOTE, H.D.
120 Lexington Amie,
Cor.K289L, MEW YORi;
An Independent Physician,
TREATS ALL FORMS OF
Letters from all parts C
the Civilized World.
IT lit MltflAL WAT IT
Coniictins a Medical Practice
KB IS TR RATING
Humerons Patients in Europe, the
West Indies, the Dominion tf
Canada, and in every Stato
of the Union.
ADVICE GIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OP CHARGE.
Ho awtartal medicine or
Has during ta past twenty
fully nearly or quits 40,000 cue. AO
asctse with each sass am arsfuRy
whether they be corarauoictd by
i or observed by the Doctor or his
The latter are sH
AH iaralids at a dirtanoe ate reqelted to i
an extended bat of plain qasatioas, which wilt ha.
fumUhed by maU free, or at the offloe. A com
parte system of regis!
esaf Satsa. Case books nerer ssassShsa, eaasyt by
tbe phyaiciane of tbe
asaaaShrtasa send for list of
A aixty page pamphlet of rridenoM of
Dr. E. S. FOOTE,
Box 78 8,
Da. Tootb is the author of " Maateai, Co
Stoa Skkis, a hook tbe res chad a circulation
of orer 800,000 oaatss; aba, of MFLam Houm
Taut," more recently pabUabeS, which boa salt
to the extent of TO.000 copi,
IX Stobi," which ia now beine publiahed at i
ooa lasts Ti
of an. excepting the Bfst annitneiS work (i
to eat of prist), wiU bo sa
to either Dr. Foots, or the Stmi UU tal
tog esBsaay, wbooo otto to Its
worka, to whom a
The haajanlnei of
la aeittas Dr. Foots"!
" Pur Bomb Tu" to
Not. X 174. t.
IstSar ee m
works. "Flat Bomb Talk" to wortt hwt
sdapteS to adoBa, aad " Bcsanoa rs Stosi- is
tobto. tmAmm tor yearotlrea. fan iBajBB BBBBBBJ
smuiutude of BBBBtoaa which hMasssBB aaaatoe
aaatlaal i in bbj iiii mbbbj iT tiTTibriaisaa
There is aotbtsf in BlMSlsri at all like either
plain none talsTm pjaaBBal hhua
BBfjBa " I SJBBBSB I irjaaBll Oweo ere,
ADDRESS AS kMOVX
AND TEE SOUTH WES
The undersigned wishes to Inform bis numer
is friend, thai he has receired the appoint-
atom to tail tnrougn uckcis irom nataoou, .
d to all points ia Texas, Arkaoaaa, Misshape:,
MmaTSmmk Tesmeaaeeand LuuisiiBi,
via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. Bond,
,a wi. b.iI.mi (vhmiuim Throtarh
t to sell through ticket from Salisbury, Pt.
land their Southern Oooneotiooa. Through
Eniisrrant Ticket, or First Clam Ticket! sold,
and Baggage checked through. Parties wiahina
to take Laborer to the aoovt otaies, win uuu
wiiii thai ajjdaraiaaadal8aJiabqrv. Aoipraaatiee
in J In Mlalaa
be furnished either peraooally Of through the I
A POPE. Ocn'l. Faaaenaer a Ticket At.
ColumbU, 8. C
J. A. MoCONNADGHEY,
Art. C. U.4A.E.L Saliaborv. K. C.
- - w.
LOUIS ZIMM EB,
Sapt, 1, tf.
& DanrUle. Richmond
Danville R. W., H. C. Diriaioa, I
North Western H. C. R. W.
Ia Effect sa sad aftsr Sunday Dso. 87, 1174
ire Charlotte ....
" Air-Line J'aet'a
M Danville ,
Arrire at Riclimond.
188 r x
2 35 A
6 16 "
6.33 A M
ft. os a. a.
M Ate-Liaa J'n -t'n
Arrive t Charlotte. . .
Leave Oieensboro. .
M Co Shops
" lUleig h
Air. at GulUboro1...
-Art ll.SOr B
a L'eelB lb
1 - ft 68 "f
L re 166 r M
( Sadem Bra sen.)
Arrire at Salem...
4.9ft r m
9.30 A B
Arrive at Ureeesboro
sneer trin leaving Raleigh at ft SB r a
coaaecto at '. Jreensboro' with the Korthern bound
train; making the aatckaaS ttsse to all Northern
cities. Price of Tickets same as ria other routes
Trains to aud from points East af Ureensbom
connect at C.eeaebore with Mail Train ta ar
from points' North or South.
Two Trains dily, both wars
Oa aandays Leacabarg Aemavaaaiioa leave
aUcbaaaad at ftt A a . anira at aarBeetlb) tft4S
r a , leave Baikeville 4 66 a a , arrive at Bleu-
mo ml 7 68 i it
Pullman Pa ace Cars aa all alght tralas
tweea Charlotte anil Uichssnnd. (without e
Paperaahat kve am n rente nt to adeertiee tbe
scbeduls of this company will plaam print as
Por further information addrosa
K B ALLEN".
Oen'l Ticket Ageat.
Engineer A ea'l HepeHaUndeet
TUE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE t
Chesapeake and Ohio B
On aad altar Jaaaary ftrd , 187ft.
TRAINS HUN' AS FOLLOW-5.
Leave Salisbury 1.0
" OreensUiro :l 43
M Va. midlnad C 30
" Richmoad 8.15
" Charlottesville. I SB
" LtoisrilU. 7.30
Indianapolis. 7 44
a m 10.&4 a m.
1.15 p si
a m 8.80 -
pa l.lft a as
- 6.00 a m
pm li.30 pm
" St. Louis, a m
Connecting at thase PuiuU with
Trunk Linen fur the Northwest. 8 .uthwest
Mail Trains ran daily except Sunday,
Exdtks " " " - 8aturday.
Through Tickets for sale at K. R. offices at
Charlotte, Salisbury, and Greet sboro.
Lowest Freight Batos made by this Ronte i
For Rate sand iuformaiioa as to Route. Vitue Ac
J c dame,
So Aftmt Greemtborm M C
1 EMIGRANTS GO ON EXPRESS
W. C. WI' KHAM, Vice Prtxidtm :
C R. HOWARD. Gen. P. at T. Aornt :
B. S. FITCH, Cren. Freight Agent.
Richmond. York Rivta and
CriBBAPEAKB BaILKoAD COMPANY
Richmond. April lata
April 21st Pas-
freight Trains on this road will run as
Passenger Train for West Point laavea Rich
mond at a P. M. (Sundays excepted ), and bin.
rives at Bienmoud lrom Wast Point at 10
M., daily ( Sundays eiceoted).
The splendid steamers HAVANA and
LOO IS K. Bill run in oonneeUon with this read.
and will leave West Point daily (Sunday ex
oeated) on the arrival of the train which leaves
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me in ample time to connect with trains
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THE HEW FAMILY
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
nni 1. 1 rtiBaitie
Iv operated, aad i
wl all tha Paaaily Sawtahj Machine. 11 as re
mark a bi a not only lox toe range auo vartasy w
its sewing, but also for the variety and diBe sat
kinds of textore which it will saw wufe sqaaJ
aacilitv and perfection, aaang aiik twrnt,
eottoa thread, fine or coaxaa, making the II
UOCKS3-6ASin6rniW, alike on both si
IBS aSWIQ OIWB. BWL uMtm-WI mm ,
ith si eat at ran si h and unifeimily
of atiarhi and, in a mesa awl, thai willing and
w r - - . . m , . a a
awvar wearying iastrnment may be adjuatod lor
fine work on gaoae or goasamar taBBsa, as aw
taehing of tarlatan, or ruffli ng, or almost any
other work which delicate angers bar haea
known to perform.
And with iu aiaaplicitr of coost ruction ; aaaa
of operation; uniformity of racciaa action at
any speed; capacity for range and faraaty Wworh,
fine ur ooarse leaving all rivals behind it.
We with pleasure refer the public to tbe Uold
d Bronte Medals and Diploma awarded to
our Machines la America, Pi uaaia, Eawjand, and
recently ta Austria at tha Kaposi lion in ienna,
where ws were awarded fire Medals, Merit, Pro-
and three for articles manufactured
But it rirceaa mac greater pi
ta prsatntto the public the sworn return of
to which any one can have i iicisbs) of th difler
nt Menu beta rera of Machine, for the last (our
years, mads to the receiver appointed by ta
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, and
which shews the precise number of machine
sU by each Company.
MareiiBf c . st.isi ltr sat 1'irc tit ras
BWlioaa So rs.Se Bt 1SSABS 114 ds
iMt Co.. saJSB 1466 StjSlt 14 ASS
X-ehliv. Co.. 66,1' s
AS6 6486 ftt.Sl
10467 si AM
era mm et44
'IbMs A abss
666 T 1SS
A erica' BS
Wo claim and ran al.ua that ll is the CMMAT-
II AS l
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riokl 6 Ly.n
4m 4 64 ASS 6TBB
A i Too s as a
8U a.n. H o
The reader will also not that a1iW..i. t
ehswarsd that Sewing Maehiaes are sold at w
orrnoooly high pricoa, yet ho will aee that oever
sraaa, tnat were in existence have failed
oanaoneo an ampenBlable baaai
W respect folly solicit a call worn ail
demnng a ft rat clam Rewine MirKia.
At oar atora near tha Public Square will
Ai60 Bilk, and Oottoat Tnrwstdi
. r JoaN rams at,
H. W OB.
J t Hardwara at
call aa tha andersirnad at V
w mrml mmf w
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ftali.burv, X. C.,Ma7 JS-U.
Msk Craft and Sail... b
uerry and KWrr. iw" Tw
Price Last sow read, iib S
Aug. 6, lg74 it Kl.f;
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li i wm - t .
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ImpediaaenU to Marriage, ate.
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W pot ia a aoaW aa
of miaraal mmM
application of ike kaife; p.
of cure at oooe simple, eerui. lT'
t1 7 SBBBBB of whicb every BBBetee, ..
tar wmat biseondilioo mav be, saay care LIS
efceaply, privately, aad rmdkmlh '
This Laotare ahoakl ha ia the baaa
every youth and every aaaa ia lkc uj
Seat under seal, ia a ptaia care eta a
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Post Uffico Bja
Home Offico Petcrsburt Ta
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Secreurr A MaaBja
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Sam'd B. Pa cl' -
Dr. K . JmLsv.
Balio of .saets ta
Policie Usoed on all dtoiracJc
ticipatiasjaad N on-port ici pa tiur.
Asowest rate ol frvmium vutuisttat eat
Rceerve from premiom iavrsied ia ream a
Policy-holders everywhere. 1'ulicea aoa-U-feitable
after second premium according lo tbek
terms, and the amount nonforfeitable is vrmss
in tbe policy in plain bagisah, as tbat these am
be no Mist . daio.tasdi.no.
Restrictions only sack aa every arariUe mm
will heart iiv eedorse. Th new plan ratios'
A V 1 SUH A K ti.ir.iix2
peculiar to this Company, has ssrrru poosaaad
by no other torm of inoa ranee ; roJx-T LaiaVoa,
a well as persons expecting to ) rrums sash
should rxamine it csrefullv.
"awrtia, .. C.
General Agent Wester N. C.
J. . Manner. Local Agent, Saliahsry.
' March 19, 1871 lr.
CKA1GE 4 CRAIG K
VTTORYL I'M 41
Lft" beci.tl attcution daid ta piwaasj
af iu RaakiBBts y. ftata
4. 1 ;
JOHN Y MAUNEY,
Attorne at Law,
SALTS lit YN. C.
Special Attention gives ta LallsstrBSft.
Offico ia Coart Hoaaa.
Marsh a. 1874 -ly.
BlatUer aid Hoiemi,
A tt o n e y s, ciiftlcii
SALISBURY, ' C
Jaaaary 13 IcaTt-W.
Cheap Chattel Mortgage,
ad r thsr varioaa blank tor sale bars
SPLENDID HOLIDAY PBESEhT.
Tie Caroliia Mil lOT
An llluatraled Muttthiv sf Choaps Lmsss
lure will be lasued frosa ih Godbsr Iks.
Tbffirat number will baiwsdy far ml'ijtag
December 16th, snd th periodical will so psW
lis bed each succeeding muswh thereafter risV
out interruption. So suvsniarr sill as saf
iBOftad whin eithsr talent or capital caa
. . . ' a
matvi to rentier eacB asass
isatrncuv ousBpendium of
popular writers, both
THE CAROUM HOUSEHOLI
will he a lam 28-oaee. ettrhtv-
. 1. 1 i i i T . awol
wij, BHWocii unma oa - -
and BssBttfsllv Rlaatrslsd H
thoroughly Southern enterprise, sad iu sssBBJ
ia already fslly asssissl, fh psblssbor BBS
to mske it a 6 rat - lose saootbly, that, ess
doced in tbe family rtrrle, u esre, to a
ly cirri, ia sere, ta haajS
SB carafullv aaemwvs.
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contain a libliks pirtujw of
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Oaly Tww Daiaa a Tftftjf.
Easey, dearly Beaannetratm fn
socoaasful practice, tbat (be
witbout the dangwroaa
aad wh mrhaerihar . -Aa.e a saosW
thovisswia TrWfds!" "Th
J a.y J'iZA
eriva aa extra saharripsi Bw. ftaafftt ?X
ftOeamta, ire by asa.l. Six aaosaAa ashasrfcsasa
wkhaai lb lvuag, $1.0A
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