ej - - ,
M A V . 13.
directly affected by it than the fanner
t hnlder of real estate. The nro-
A break baa at latt been made fiiW the KPv f , . v r - - ...
Whisky King of the West, and the moat Biuiibed or aajfmented juat in tbe pro.
portion to tbe economy aad facility with
which be eao bring them into market. If
earn, for Instance, ia worth $1 iu tbe
market, end it coat biro 25cts per boahe)
to pat it there, he only realizes 75ets.
i , - - i
, for it affects the interest of ail, either - BWTKIOTIOJMS. .
tie or Indirectly. None art moreT The Salisbury Watchman aieues tbe
' mm- Is. . . ..- l - awn mm SI . .
question at restrictions
Mt4Miiidinr develoneroent of frauds
brought to light. Half the whisky manu
factured in the country pays no us at all
by artful evasions of the law. Whole
sale arrears follow the discovery of tbe
- - a a I ; a -
parties implicated, many oi woosn Whereas, with better facilities, costing
only lOets a bash, he would realize 90ets.
And so on all his prod acts. Tbe more
aid to be officials at tbe Capitol.
Oar N. Y. exchanges are filled with
tbe particulars of the loss of the Schiller.
No disaster of recent occurrence has pro
duced so great distress to individuals,
who crowd the ship's office in New York, ,
Inquiring after their friends. 1 he aad
answers which they get often produce tbe
most heart rendering scenes. The voice
of lamentations fill tbe place.
bulky the greater the loss sustained.
This disadvantage diminishes the value of
his lands, and renders them unsaleable.
Property is nothing in this busy age tin-
ess it is available for tbe purposes of life;
and lands, the products of which most be
sacrificed to get them Into market, are
bound to rate low. Iocideotaly every
other class of citliens in such communi
ties are reached, and must pay their
Centennial celebrations will be the respective shares of the disadvantage
order of the Spring and Summer, and Hence, it is idle to talk about one part of
will be held at a qnite a number of places the community being benefited by Rail
in the country. I bey coma m at a goqtU reeds ana another not. The relation of
time, there being nothing of special inter-BUMea or parta 8 intimate and dependent
aai in me pomicf uiib m "; one on ttie otner, ana wnat anecta one
to interfere with them. Boston is pre- necessarily affects ail. The responsibility
paring to celebrate the bailie of Banker 1 0 each and all ia also equal aud should
Hill on the 17th of June, and will doubt
less do her best to make it a great day.
be met with cheerful confidence.
The State Editorial Convention
in Session at Wilmington, this week,
and we doubt not the members bad a
pleasant time of it Ulking, speech ma
THE YADKIN RAIL ROAD.
Shall Rowan County subscribe $1 00.-
000, to this road ? This is the question
that must be decided on the 1st Thors-
Vin f.aitinr nn the fat ot the lana, aay in Angust ucxt. l nere is a aivuion
"SI . i
sailing on the river and down to the sea, of public opinion as to how it ought to be
picking up ahells, watching tbe antiea of decided. Every one, however, admits
the aandfidlers,fihing,playiiigwith crabs, tbe importance if not the necessity for
banting for devil fish, chasing porposies, this Road, bu: many doubt tbe propriety
and well, there ia no telling what they of the County making a subscription tq
won't do, or seek after. Stewart is av it, while very many think it is just what
mong them. lhe onnty ougnt to ao.
To enable us to decide intelligently tbe
The Centennial at Charlotte bids fair question as above asked, we must know
to be a very fitting celebration of the the facts and figures, the advantagea that
event to be commemorated. Prominent are to acenre to the County from having
men of the Stale and of the country, ate this road, whether the road can be built
already patting in appearance there to be by tbe County subscribing one hundred
nt ou tbe occasion. Arrangements thousand dollars, aud whether the County
ith farce and
good reason, on one view of the subject.
... . ... . 1 H' 1 X
Abstractly, We will admit mat me rtaic-
man is right in its opposinoa to restric
Yet that journal must admit that with
out restrictions imposed, tbe Convention
could not have been called, and we know
bat the Watchman was too strongly
Wedded to tbe idea of tbe call of a Con
ventiou to abandon it to maintain an ab
stract notion of right. A legislature may
not bind a Convention without the con
sent of the people. It would be the work
of an agent restraining aud conlroling the
principal; of the servant binding bis master.
Bat tbe Waichman will remember thai
a Convention was not called hastily. It
was jibe work of long deliberations both
in the Legislative Halls, and with the
people, and before the question came up
tor decisive action, every member of tbe
Legislature who voted tor the b;ll may
have considered himself specially and
imperatively instructed to rote for each
and every restriction imposed. It was
the work ot the people themselves, au
thenticated in proper form by their repre
sentatives. Ati apon b -nsiou ot tbe Deo-
pie lest certain commendable and neec
sary features in theCtnby Constitution
should be destroyed .was not allayed ui
tu mey had Douud their representatives
to. i heir preacrva'iou.
The restrictions are therefore not the
exercise of unauthorized power, nor do
they establish auy precedent for its sub
sequent abuse. Tbe people, the masters
of the Legislature, are the responsible
parties, not their representative.
It therefore does not so much resolve
itself into a question of policy, though
we have before treated it is such, as one
of obedience to tbe will of tbe people, ex
STOCK HOLDERS MEETING.
I RAIL ROAD.
The annual meeting of tbe Stock holders of
the Yadkin Rail Road will be held in Salisbury,
in the Court-Hotue at 1 1 o'clock A. M- on
Thursday the 17th of May, 1875." J' '
W. A. SMI 1 11,
EARLY PEAS& BEAM
Early Rose Potatoes to
Arrive in a day or two at
EN NIBS' I) r co Store.
Notice to Creiors.
AH persona bavin claims against the estate
of Dr. J. R. Fralev, deceased, are hereby
notified to exhibit theastne to the undereigned
ou or before the 14th day of May, 1876. And
all pemons indebted to said etate are requested
to settle promptly.
M. S. FKALSi ,
Administrator of J. R. Fmley, decM.
Salisbury, N. C. May 13, 1675 6w.
Arrest the House Burner
Runaway under arrest for burning Oiu
Honse and Saw. Mill, Dak. Krax, colered, a
smooth black. 6 ieet in height, and weighing
about 170 lbs. Two teeth out in front shove,
lie broke a war in Stanly county on the 2Mth
April, and it i believed went toward Rock
ingham in Richmond county, or to limine
ton. Arreot of dm man will confer a favor oh
the public, as he i a dnneeron nneak. Infor
mation of him should he sent lo the Solicitor,
8. J. Pemberton, AUH;rmarle, Stanly Co.
J. F. PENNINMTOX.
S. M. REDWINE.
May 13. 1375 1m.
Us lore Dead Hsu;
NO MORE DEAD CHICKENS:
Save your Hmts and Chiekeaa by buying
Enniss' Hof and Chiaheu Chidera, cure,
price 25c l. Never known to foil at
ENN ISS' Lruf Store.
2a m mm m m m
House & Lot for Sale !
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
R J. HOLM-S
Invites attention to bit new Stock, just new In,
It is large and general, oomprisiog every
thing usually kept, and hi going off at low
prices Call and examine it. Ha returns
thanks for past fovors and will increase his et
orts to give satisfaction hereafter.
11 K. J. HOLMES.
April, , 1875. 1.
18-lisaosy. K. C. April L. 1
. Havina tranaferred mv Arenrr for Sallabarv I . " "
of Mt-vr- WaiMinaker A Bruwna PhtlMttlphia,
to Messia Mevooer A Bro., ihev wilJ h
aample and take orders for clothing made from
From thia date I will take orders for cwtom
work from ciliaeiM of Salisbury.
W. T. UNTO.
April 22nd 187W.
SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME BY USING THE
It will ran liffhier. It will turn eoor Isnd better. It wiM make
w m v f af Tt a M . A WW a A
i yea less to keep it im offer, I nam aay osner nuf you uare ever pawa.
We will furniah too Point- one y-ar for one p4ov boaAuiMy. IbbI v one
in per your btackmith to no the not on ronr oio-taaniuneo now :
We Have jnat ande a great reduction in Pries ?
AH we ardi afyon it. Trr ii, tad t bee if rati dju't like it bring it back and
. he refa4ed to you. f
WE WARRANT EVERY PLOW. .
MERONEY & BRO.
The Horne and Lot on the corner of Main
and Bank Sla. recently occupied by Mr. Ann
Brown, ia oHV red tor aale, 'I I. i- ia aoiona Ihe
Dressed freelv to ibeir servanta. id tn I most valuable proierlT in Salihiirv. and ia
. i .t ... t ... . ....
I. C. State Mim l
itb the Railroads have put tbe fair at is able to subscribe that amount. Some
err low rates, so that none who wish to go few of tbe opponents seem to think the
need refuse on that account. Preparations County is not able. They say tbe Coun
to make the occasion one of pleasure and ty has no credit as the County bonds
iulerest are also very extensive. Tbe would not bring more than thirty cents
epressnd s ill more strongly at the Au
gust election. Hatetgh Neics.
Tbe posit ion taken in the above article
roru the Xcws is a strange one. Tbf
admission that a legislature may not bind
a Convention without the consent of the
people, is about equal to saying (hat It
can not bind a Convention at all; but the
News, although it may believe this, is
not willing to tell the people so. It mat
ters not what instructions the Legislature
may have had from the people before the
Convention as called, they could not
strengthen a power that did not exist.
ciliaens are displaying much energy and on the dollar. We are satisfied that the
seal ia this direction. Charlotte will be County does uot think so. Rowan is a
crowded on the 20th, and we arge mud a rich County, with an indebted
doubt not the Centennial will be an occa
sion long to be remembered.
ncss of only about seven thousand dol
lars. She is not an insolvent, a bank
rupt, navmg no credit, ana we nave no
Ell Penry, Plaintiff, against hesitation in saying that those who say
E. R. Brink and L. Q lStes, the bonds will not bring more than thirty
cents on the dollar would jump at the
Tais ease, which has been litigated for about cliance to buy bonds at those figures
nine years, and which has attracted considerable issued under a special act of the Legisla
attention from the public, was brought to trial J ture providing for the annual payment of
the second week of our Superior Uourt. ine tne interest, aud tbe payment of the bonds
aiiu ip I .i . . ... wm n m w Ilk
conveniently aituated in the bnine part of rKUUJiLN VOT tOQYtCl LUDOI".
V ft Sri W n VMiMnnS iltasit4rtie fn tl 1 !mf..pint. 1
,J.u;n ii i.o Mn;.. In aceordance wiih tlie law psatett bv taa
...... V-. I .. 3 J WUIUIUUIMI'
ling with either of the undersigned.
Alno the underaigned nBers for aale 700 seres
of land Ivina on the C. R. R. two roiiea
Ea-t from Salisbury. This land will be sold in
lots if desired.
Also 103 acre eight qiilea Weat from Salis
bury on the Beaties ford road. Thin i nearly
all well timbereii land. Further information
given on: application.
Balhibury, N. C.
JOHN VV. MAUNEY, Agt.
for Dr. John L. Henderson.
May 13, !75 if.
namely; the power of one legislative body TkI'rTT'Vri tt TTriTI?T
to bind a subsequeut one. W U 3 1 1 U A A1U 1
THIS HOTEL, (formerly Chapman House)
is newly furnished and ow npeu for
In accordance with the I -aw
laat General A trembly entitled :
"An act to authorise the Hire of Convict La
borin or omide ihe Stale 1'riMM" the Heard of
Inreclora otl r tor hire the Labor of 32ft ton
victa within the l'euiientiary eackwure iorterat
Varying from 5 to 10 years.
Sealed Proposal and addressed to the
Steward of Ihe Peniieiitisry will he recetred
up to 12 o'clock M. Wedneaday tk 19Ui, day
ol May, 1875.
1 i , i . 1 . - r will floai rrn ala f TkA aHU'l At atlM rf
aridea they eapeci u. manufacture, bow many ! "ffred to eecry oue iutrreslcd in beautil; tog aud protecting4ae gtattt
Convicts they widi to employ on each elaas of tbelr deerased reUtivra.
articles, how much they will nay far tbe labor
of each convict jarr day for diSerent ptrioda o M gfiaa. according In si
tin. nil in a .i M., i,i i v i i i i f i h i i to iiiii - i
ufactnre. the article. .iiSe. and atate tbe ""' " " the taate or porebasera. M g Awmi&l pUtw, emateiutug .
muu'-ei Mifs-jnare-fcet -turp-rotaaau.l yard-r.m, ! ""scrirt!n parth-s a -atre la inilahcd with each m mud a Okaryt.
which will be required.
BEAUTIFUL HETALIC GRAY COYEBIIfi
Th-y are loaile in fur seana, wtk a variety nf stjlra, ranging in price from fjg
a and si vie. Can be painted any eUr di-ened, sacdar
THIS HANOSQBE DECCRATILN
We deny that the people gave the leg.
islature any instructions with respect to
.k n. J . . i I "
iu Bo-cai.cu rvsi ricuons; lor ine reason reception of Guests
that the ouly way such instructions can
be made valid or binding is the ratifica
tion by the people of a bill embracing
said instructions or restrictions. If tbe
The Proprietor baa a
number of large aud well furnished rooms
The cndersigneJ. in taking charge of Ibis
Each bid iniint be acrfmpanied br a bond
with snretiva, that the bialdrr will comply wiih is offered at such puces as to pUc it ariihtu n-ecb of u. VVc mtiie the
me lerniH oi nia oiu 11 it m acrepteti.
' The Board reserves the riht ef rejecting sny
or all bida, if they are for leas than a fair and
reaoiiable price for the Labor bid lor.
Term of ProMU blank beads will be ms
idied by the Steward.
JACOB 8. ALLEN.
Raleigh, N. C, April. 22, 1 S74 Uaa.
and pablic generally to call and examine iur iln-msrlvi-a.
b pec i men aaa a seen at J. A. Ramsay'k oftec.
C. PJL.YL.ER, Afrent.
. SailisUtrp. X. CA-f. .?-f
sert that the bonds will bring ninety cents
on the dollar. They will be the next
best security to United States bonds.
Wheu those who have money learn thai
these bonds are protected by a special
act of the Legislature, rendering them
i i i v i ... i . i : . i t
cae mm ueen preTiou-.y .r.u .n ve WUnlJ ,hemge,Te8 ajJ lhey dp,
Tkatdaan Kai t ha inae falling Ia anssa m mia. 1
la f iunuii uni uic jui; seaasais av sgaw as utiw
trie) was ordered, and the cass removed, upon
tbe affidavit of the plaintiff, to Rowan county.
A large number of witnesses were examined on
each side, and three days consumed in the in
vestigation and trial of the case. The testimo
ny developed tbe fact, that the Store House of
tk vliif ifV ufl.i..!. wa. 1 1. An fWwtlil.tArfl kw tYim
defendant,, as merchants, caught fire from tha J 8 a be interest
Court Houserand iu proximity to the latter Pywe annually, tney will seek to in
building, rendered all effort to saveit fruitless veat tn these bonds rather than make de
and unavailing. posits iu the banks or loan their money
During the progress of the cause both Penry, on mortgage,
the plaintiff, and Brink, one of the defendants, Can ,he R()ad u . Coon
were placed upoo the witness stand, and proved i . T . -themselves
gentlemen of unexceptionable char. "Wng ? We say it can. By refer
acter. Besides the matter of dollars and cents ence to the PM t it will be seem
invoivad ia the controversy, the character of that these bonds are not to be issued till
the defendants was at issue, as one of the alls- three hundred and fifty thousand dollars
legislature, alter calling a Convention, had House, hop.- to fully uuiti his past repn-
submitted a bill embracing tbe reslric iu 'ftf! ESS""-
. . J. J. LISIOLU, Proprietor.
viuiib to iuc peopie jor tueir raiineaiion or i May 13. lo75. tf.
rejection, then the restrictions would be
valid or not according as it was ra'ificd
or rejected. The biH calling the Couve..
lion is not submitted to the people tor an
expression of their judgment. They are
not asked to give au opinion npou the
subject. Tbeyare merely told that they
may fill a Conveution with delegates pro
vided, said delegates will swear away ali
independent actions, refuse to be invested
witb sovereign powers, resolve to ignore
tbe wishes or sovereign capacity of the
people, aud iu short, to assemble not as
the representatives of the sovereign peo
ple, but as the mere tools of a legislature
which has made, instituted, and provided,
in defiance of all law, oaths, rules, regu
gations ef the plaintiff was, that the defendants,
being insured to aJarge amount, had malicious
ly set fire to the Store House in the hope of
gia. The Jury after the charge of his Honor,
retired but for a few minutes, and returned a I
have been subscribed, for we already
have one hundred thousand subscribed
Stanly must subscribe fifty thousand and
then we are to raise one hundred thous
verdict for the defendants, thereby vindicating and besides. So that with the Rowan
their characters and exonerating them from all subscription we Will have and must have
blame In the premises. There was a diatin- three hundred and fifty thousand dollars
guiahed array of legal talent on either sidethe subscribed before our bonds are to be is
HEW CBOP CUBA MOUSSES-
300 Hhds. Choice Quality Just
For Sale by
WILLIAMS Sc MUBCHISON,
Wilmington, X. C.
May, 6lh. 4ws.
NEW RILLINEBY STORE.
At the old ft and of Foster & Her.. V
JimI received a fidl line of Hsta, and Bon
neia, trimmed and mttrimmed. Kihhon,8carf
ami all tbe lateat French and American novel
A No. 1 llovoe Shuttle Sewina Marhine. in
firat-ratr running order, wiih labia aad all
aeesmsfy natures lor sale lor Apply at
Marc 4, IS7-L tf.
a e m
tt ine :-r i i. in it j a;
n.rt at EXXlSST rua s
iesi to Ueffoerv A Bso.
Orders exeented with care and diapateh.
Pinking and Stamping done to order.
The Store will be conducted on the Cash jye
ism and no i'Ml rr work will be cliartvd to
any one. Thia rule i nnvarihle.
MRS. 8. J. HALYm RTOK.
April, 15tk v
BMm and HrademD,
A ttbncyt, Counselors
SALISBURY, Jf. C
January 22 IF74- rt.
CONTRACT LET. ft BtQj,W, BlfflJJ EtSlliB Wi'St'SSf'
There is to be a new chorch built at
Franklin, iu this county, and the speriftea
(ions are all duly made out and in thV hand
of William Thoinason. a..d may be seeu.by
calling ou him. The roulract for the b :itd
iiiK will be let out to the lowest bidder, ou
Neat sa M
v A Bro
ENNISS' Dreg tftore
May 6. 1875 3ts.
tliM 4th Saturday in May, hist., The lttinK
lations, and restrictions for the acceptance, tke place at Frapkliw ehareh, 2 o'clock ,
. . , . 1 o. m. Builders invited to he present.
gv.viuun.uvj uuu piuauic ui Ba iu ueie
We were anxious for a Convention; we
have been an advocate of the measure
ever si nee 1868, the time when the Canby
Constitution was forcer! upon us; but we
never would have voted tor the so-called
restrictions, notwithstanding we regarded
them as utterly worthless, without force
and effect. The thing was too etiean,
Moo absurd, and we will not vote for a man
who will endorse them if we know it.
With this amount we
i:.:jpui . l i r vr si Jk I
planum wring ie)iirwiiicu ujr o . ax. v lemmem, j . ij
reaentstire in Congresa, the Hon. W.I. Rob- Krtde ll,e rod- II w J fifl7
m. . I . a '"t . m mm ' iL . I ali) ilia t r. A a 1 - a. L i I 1
bins: and the defendants, by the Hon. J. M.
Leacli, Hon. Burton Craige, and Wm. H. Bai
ley, J. M. McCorkle, and Luke Blackmer, Eq.
It Is not often that we see so many gentlemen
of the bar, who have hitherto occupied promi
nent public positions, engaged in the trial of
the same cause.
N. C. AND V A RAILROAD.
It will be seen that this project, for
which there ia a charier and large sub
scription made under it, has friends who
are waking up to the importance of resu
ming tbe work and pushing it to comple
tion. We are glad ol this: mueh valuable
time has been lost, but it is never too late
to do well.
The ouly way by which communities
can retain their relative position in this
trading, trafficing world, is to keep even
with their neighbors in the facilities for
carrying on their business. Before the
Introduction of railroads all were on a
dead level; and in order to keep ap the
1-vel ail will have to build railroads, or
And oat some other as good means to restore
tha equilibrium. Otherwise, grand centers
will be established here and there to
which wealth and capital will constantly
tend, to the gradual impoverishment of
" '"ggsrd sections. We tea it on a
large scale as between tbe North and
8oatk. We see and feel it on sinalle
scaimv bera at koase.
and tbe engineer's estimate ia three hnn
drcd and ten thousand dollars. But
somebody says it will take tuo millions
dollars I We admit that we cannot go
these figures. That some-body is ouly
mistaken, ii he thinks it.
When the toad is graded the 8ttper
structure and rolling stock can be put on
by mortgaging the road-bed on long time.
We have briefly stated the plan by which
we propose to build the. road. We will
give at another time some of the adcan
tages that are to be derived from this
road. W e want tbe County to be well
acquainted with the movement before it
votes, believing that it will only bare to
be well acquainted to insure the enter
Merchandise sad change Broker,
AG KM' FUS Til K SALE OF
tapis and Fancy Groceries.
SUGAR, SlRUP, MOUSSES, COFFEE,
Bacon, I, ai d, &c.
A Pl Ll 1111 or tAitFLsoumrgR-
a m. "
BITTERS and DANDELION
To cure Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Sick Headache, Kidney
For Sale by J. H. ENNISS, Aft.
Salisbury, April 20, if.
J. A McMANNEN'S CELE-
80 cts WILL BUY
f Yin IT ariTTrI:
P r e sc r i ption Department
Prencripiion Careful It rowpotifMled Ut or
nurht bj raperiencrH, and nkillful llntari.
with neanri snl dpatch. To Miniarni of
the Oeajsrl 1 will sell ii comidcrablj below taj
JSO. !!. ENNISS,
Next to lierewey A Bio.
Etpecial attcniio'n paid to Collection and prompt
return $ mane.
Office formerly occupied by J. & H. Horsh, TJT A TF.D IMPROVED RMTTT
Aimmistrator's Notice ta Creditors.
All persons having claims against the ea
tate of Felix D. ' Clodfelter, deceased, are
hereby notified to exhibit the same to
the undersigned on or before the 14th day
of May 1876. and all persous iudebted to
said estate are requested to settle promptly.
S. A. LOWRANCE. Adminis
trator of Felix P. Clodfelter dee.
May 13. 1875 6ws. pd.
Having made arrangement with filvt c1sm
UouMes in KicbnMtiid, Norfolk, BHltimore.
Pliihidelphia snlNew York, 1 am prepared to
offer (lo Merchants only) the same, if not bet
ter Advantage here, a if they were to go N 1 1 h ,
or order tliemaalves. Can otter advantages in
I will also bur and sell Exchange, Bnlhon,
Gold and Silver (Join, Bank Notes, Stocks and
Bond, on reasonable terms.
Anv collections entrusted to me will have
prompt attention and prompt returns made.
Having procured a "Herring Champion
Going Aorth or East,
Will avoid night changes and secure the moot
comfortable and shortest route bv buvina
Fire Proof Safc.'M will receive money on de
posit for safe keeping, or on loan, at a reasona
ble rate ol intereat.
Parties having maney to loan or wishing to offered lo the public, as I am being mis
AND SCREENING MA
Three thoussnd five hundred of these
Machines are now miming in N. G. and
tbe adjoining Statea aud after a Tm sty
Years Tkst it pronounced by tha best
mill wrigbts and urillera in tbe State to
be superior to any that bis been wet
borrow, will do well to confer with me.
Also Agt. for first Clais r ire and Lafe Insnr
. i t i . t x - i t -
anee Joa. j . u. jio jcl x .
April x 3
VIA THE VA. MIDLAND NOTICE.
Fioht oh Shelton Laurel Two
weeks ago to-day a fight occurred on Shel
ton Laurel in which Borgea Hensley New
ton Tweed. Amos Henley, aad others were
severely though not seriously wounded.
There were from fifteen to twenty men en
gaged in tne an ray. bucks nod stones
were tbe weapons used. Decatur Shelton
knocked oue of tbe Heusleys senseless with
a gun, but no 'shots were fired. Nearly
every male resident of tne settlement is In
dieted in the Federal Court for violation of
the Internal Revenue laws. Tbe Judge
notiued them if they would report la a body
fir the Court and submit, their eases would
be dismissed on payment of the cost . They
bled to soastder the nropeeitiou. apou
a yd proceeded to
Tbe only change of cars to Baltimore is made
north of the river at ' -
r'-r-'J i j j settle the matter i
I ealbm nf tha
Next to Mn -ej A Uro's.
OCer the brt M-lectkai
im Wsaero North
LADIG8T A (JESTS' HOLD WATCH 0
(.old Opera and Vest 1
SILVER WARE, GOLD PENS, a.
across a twelve foot platform
Tbe entire train runs from DANVILE to
BALTIMORE over one uniform sauce with
This route is one Hundred Miles shorter
than any other to the
SPRINGS OF YIBGINIA.
GJ FORE ACRE,
General Manager, Alexandria, Va,
General Southern Agent, Atlanta, Ga .
: . ( t i WATUNGTOX.
Travaning A,., Srem.bera, K. 3.
Notice is" hereby given that an Election will
bo held at the several precinct in Rowan coun
ty on the firt-t Thursday in Aagcst, 1875, to
represented by parties offering Machines
in imitation of mine, I now offr them
made ot the very best material and war
ranted for five years for $75.
For tbe next twelve m inths persoos
wishing to purchase machines or renew
old ones will find it to their interest iu
, ascertain the sense ot the qualified, voters of ! every ease to address roe before tbey pur
aiwcsu wuuijon vv 1 "v i iijij n in suu
scribe the sum of one hundred thousand dollar
to the stock of the "Yadkin Rail Road
Company," and direct tbe isatring of tbv Bonds
of Rowan Count v tor the sum ot OSE HI'S
DREU THOU8AND DOLLARS to pay for
such Subscription. All those who rote in for
ror of aosh Subscription and iaaoiug ef the
. n a m Aiut v aa
mmnty uonus ior 5100,000. anaii vte on a
written as printed ticket "Subscript ion;" and
those voting against Subscription and iasuior
of County Bundo for $lu0H)n. shall r,)te ea a
written or printed ticket "No Subscript ion.
This notice is given in obrdience to aa act of
the Liegisiature, passed at its last
L. W. COLEMAN
ebaae elsewhere. 1 challenge all other
machines, especially the Eureka.
JOHN A. McMANXER,
Durham, N. C.
Aprils iBTit t ,x
GARDEN & FLOWER SEED.
LANDRFTH'S, BU1STS, A FERRY'S.
") . 1 A large lot of Seed from tbe above Seedemea
; BcnsiasxEi. .
GREAT BARGAIN 8T0RE.
The nnd-rigned take plea-ure in infirming
their cndO'.nera and the community at larfre
that they are now in reccpu ot a large Muck of
Sprinq anl iias n. srlecUu with great
care and direct from the RaU:ru aruke con
si'd'ng in pait of all kiuda of lwy Guods 'o
ITiirk 1hy mrt AttrrmxneA tn tttt hr do
.w Uiyb.-t Ci pru-.- itd for .11 kii.d.
Ol OMMlT, lT'HiltO- Our pl.u i.
Quick Sales and small
and we believe that the pnblie will find
ii 10 men interest to call and examine
oar stock before purchasing t-be where
HO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS.
We beg to return oar thanks (or past
patronage and hope by fair pealing and
strict attention to business lo merit a
continuance of tbe easaa.
MeCUBBINS, BEAL h JULIAN.
April 1, 1875 if.
ii ii a
Kerose ne and Sol in e Oil
At Eaduoad Prioss at
Spectacles Ere GLaaaes. M.
ed frt.i.i Minute Crystal PkiiBlJM.
Tu Kr K-k and Jewelry upaissd and
rrntett 12 mriih, charge aa law seseswis-
tanl with r"d r k .
Siore ea Main Mreet. 1 doors abees Nssiaaal
2p .187 4-ly.
CRAIGE & CRAIGE
ATTORNEYS A1 LAW
3iftf iters to pcnkrajtfnj-
Sj"cial attention paid to
tug in Bukrnptcaj.
Ciao l Beta,
UuaO M ai a o.
C. R. Baaasm,
La's ef C a ftateaT S
BTJI3 & BARKER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DriUiitl
Corner Mais Ac Fisber fctreets,
SALISBURY, . On
Where may be toond a full assortasani ef
Pnre Druae, Sedic4ee, Dye aSV, Free HaesV
kerchief Extracts. Fortiga A Dossssrir 0
ogees, Soapa, Hair, Tooth A Nail BrasaaS
Havana A American Cigara. AU grades a
SMOKING A UHEWlSG TOBAOCa A
one lot f Brae A Otasa LAMPS;
celebrated Perk in A Hous
KertMene Lamp, which we weerwal Jtw
Mars. hukey, rrewa
Win be the bottle or emllam. Black berT7
Malaga. CaJIfarau Sherry A Pert
Imported liin, and ia fact sil Jlhiag
. - a a aa aal
au, ts Intarassed ia tU epesatfeii f tUe
la Mtreoer A Bra.