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mnnn I - . t
I aOHTH. CAKOLI1M VxHCHlTIAl
T-eoUSoda WiteatJEanW Drug
v.ah TMtiTal The festival of Whit-
-ill he appropriately celebrated neat
morninf and night in Si. John
r ZLa church of thia place. The Holy
juun will be distributed during the
National Hotel. Salisbury, If ay 11, J87
Eds. Watchman :
GeiitieuHm-. M.r tor -f,we P"1"0 lhg
Another freah lot of Choice Oraagee just re-
aiv a in formed by a
nc" 1 ; . -
. , , ghott while since ne '"-J
" nana' Mountain a snake that meaaared
!L- .-tone inch in length. The informant
l.,i. .mashes" before he app
let us pat the watt in mofion again "Vox
poputt vox Uei" and with this motto in
scribed upon our banner, ''Labor omnid
vir.cet" we must suceeed "Nous
CITIZENS' KEETIHO OH 8ATTODAT
There will be a publie meeting of citiaene of
mSm eontj. at the Court House in Salu
tary on Saturday, to perfect arrangements for
tskiu'g part in the Centennial celebration
Al Charlotte, on the 20th of May, It is hoped
the meeting will be well attended.
a J. J. STEWART,
forth Caro. College Commencement,
trill take place as follows:
Btccalau.eatc sermon by Rev. J. B. Davis,
P. D. May 23.
Academic Exercise, evening, May 21
Micietif a bv Rev. Ja. H.
JK w - m
Turner' of Virginia, Tueadsy morning, .
i.l.lr.- U-f.,re. Alluninir. bv Prof. H. T. J.
Exercises of Graduating and Junior-Claaaes,
Wednesday morning May 26.
The warm days have corneal last we had
bga to two 'hoy had forgotten to coine
Aim r hut find we were mistaken. Acc
3LA Mr. J. H. IbdIm. drtiiririst. I'm tilled
up and is now running hit elegant ooda fuuu-
taii. His h indioino and popular young clerk,
Mr.C A,.T,ylorca,,ed us in and treated us to
aeeuHugdraaghtof this delightful beverage.
Mr. InniHs will continue to run the fountain
Juring the summer, aud will, as I ait ear, give
way some elegant csmr of perfume and other
aful gifts at the eud of the summer.
Will yon be so kind aa to insert the
following and oble.
. The above charter was nauid Kv th
m ' A ' ' m.' ... I . 1 J
venerai Assembly of .North OaroUna in
the year 1856 7; on the 3rd of Peby. 1867,
oui owing; to some cause, aokoowu to
this author, it was not bqbliahed amonir
the other acte of the Aaaembly of that
. f . MVar r- ' .
session, -a. oe ctinaer w a: err Hberal
one indeed. The 1st section, if 1 mis
a - . -
take not, gives the company, when organ
Wed, an existence of 99 years. It uamee
at Commissioners to solicit subscription
to tbe capital slock, L. Bpigbam, J
Clement, A W Booe, A Q Carter and
W B Match of pi vie couniy ; John
Shaver, H L Robaids. A U Caldwell.
William Overman and James E Kerr of
Rowan County. On the 1st Tuesday ot
August, 1875, the county of Davie sub
mined the proposition toher voters to
subscribe (S 100,000.) One hundred thou
Band Dollars to tbe Capital Slock of said
Road, which was carried. And on the
19th ot Sep. 1857 the Town, (now the
city) of Salisbury, submitted to her v oters
the proposition to subscribe (820.000. )
iweni y -riye thousand doiUrs to the Cap
ital Stock of said Road, which was also
carried. The Justices of the county of
Davie at a meeting on the 2 nl Monday
in September 1857 elected A. G. Carter
Lsqr to subscribe the sum of 8100 000
to the capital slock of said Road, hkii
he ciid. The person elected upon trie
part of the Town ot Sa'ishurv. this wii-
article. I dd not intend to write half as
muck as i have written ; but ike subject
is one of very great interest to me at least,
and I nope and trust to tbe dear people of
Davie coaaty and Ike other enantiea.
THE SECOND TORNADOS
Vast Destruction Trees
Along on Vie Resistless
Storm Loss of Life.
Wing of the
ter does not now recollect, but tie he
whom beimay, it was doue in behalf of
said town by aid agent. So fnnn the
foregoing it appears there was subscri
bed tosdid Uoad the amount of . $125 000
nop hundred and twenty five lUousawd
do'.lars by the county of Davie and the
iohij d iS lii.-buiy, besides "tlie ainoont
ui.sci iix-d by individual., wtrieh. frmu
n-coljec ion, anion! te-i abM.t ($75 000.
The stoma of last Saturday some account of
which has been given in these columns aeema
to have been equal ly as destructive as that
which devastated many portions of Georgia and
Carolina on the 20ih" of last March. The
atorni was attended with the most disastrous
results, involving great loss of life and proper
ty and the a I moat total destruction of the young
crops, ft seems to have entered Georgia in
Harris county, several mile north of the point
where the one last March crossed the Chatta
hoocfae' from Alabama. It then swept with des
olation and ruin through Merri wether, Upson,
Henry Butts, Newton, Morgan,' Greene, Og
lethorpe, Wilkes end Lincoln, and then cross
ing the Savannah, entered South Carolina, and
paseed over Edgefield, Lexington, Barnwell
and Kicldand counties.
Tlte following details are gathered from Au
gusta natters :
A correspondent of the Chnmicte and Senti
nel writinvr fnun Oyutlioipe county, s:iys :
A desirnctive tornado :ised through t is
i part of our couniv and Orwne count v. vet- r-
dav atternoon, beiweeu two and three o clock,
desttovin-.' life sod -roperty to x fearful t-xtent
Sc ireely a house remains in its course, reiices
were blown in every dirwtion, and the foreat
eomnletely deatroved. Two men were killed,
and two mortally ami over thirty persons ser
iouslv wounded. ,
The tornado crossed the Oconee River one
mile below ronleuov Mills. lis course was
fnnn southwest to aoiitheast. It destroyed
every house on Poullain's place, near where it
cnnwed the Oconee River. We appeal to those
who mn sp:;re to held ns.
In riiu ,i-L- f r. i ! -j.-lipf. and O- nnpp R!in
Vf- kAmmtJ Untttnn wan dorfat-rl bnnuo ! OUt fifteen.
ed Lexington to ColnmWa beyond which it
has not yet been traced.
The outer rim passed Aiken at 5:30 o'clock,
Euring out great quantities of bait and wiud,
t -doing no material damage. Oapt. John
Moore, of Aiken, saw the cloud ss it whirled
Seat Aiken, though soma distance off. It was
ensely black, nei much unlike the one of the
20th of March, had a ragged, cliff-like base,
but upon the top there was a vision of the form
of tin immensely sited man, bending slightly
forward, and holding a large brush in both
hands as if in the act of striking the earth.
A farmer from Barnwell county arrived in
Augusta on Monday for the purpose of par
ehaalng horses and sanies, all of his having
been killed by the storm, which blew a stable
down on theta.
The first plantation struck ia Edgefield was
that of S. N. Nicholson, near the meeting
rftreet iwiofice. The re-idence and other
houses were demolished. The next, aad in
that neighborhood, was the Inn we of Mr.
McGee, who was badly wounded and his plaa-
tstion ruined. From thence it roiled into
Lexington and Richland, dealing death and
devastation on evenr hand.
At present it is impossible to make an acc
rate estimate of the damage done by this fear
ful visitant, hut enough is known to render it
certain that it will reach hundreds of thousands
of dollars, a loss which will at this time ser-
lotwly embarrass the farmers upon whose
shoulders it falls.
In Pans they believe that the iesh si
horses aud asses is first class braiuial
fond. In New York the people who
dabble iu this laxy science have decided
that a food square meat ot tripe end calves
brains renews the phospbereno in the
cerebral tisanes. Dr. Lambert entertain
ed tbe Liberal Club the other day on no
experimental tripe dinner. Moat people of
brains prefer good, juicy , roast beef.
The Boston Poet, speaking of Judge
Kelly's conversion, says "Go South, gen
tlemen Congressmen : each journeys
make more eon versions- than a camp
meeting." Very true. Bat H required
the awakening of the Connecticut eb ctiou
to soften their hard and impenitent hearts.
When all things wenUprosperooaly their
hearts were as tat as brawn ; they beat
untie of our counsel and would none ot
onr repmof. But their pride ia broken,
and their yes aud ears now open to
evidences. Come on, gentlemen. The
South is ready to convert you all Ral
excellent hotel is now one of the best appoint
ed in tbe State, newly furnished m every de
partment, with attentive and faithful servants,
courteous aud obtgiag clerks, this house is
eminently suited to the wants of the traveling
public. The Proprietor, Mr. W.T Linton, is
entitled to great credit for the' energy, gotal
taste, and pnblio spirit he has displayed in the
preparation of the House for the accomodation
of his guest. The large number of boarders he
has is thy best evidence of the gotal aud accept
able management be has instituted.
Sweet Potato Culture.
Mr. Freiuau Carey, in giving his expe
rience in Hweet potato culiurn before tbe
Cincinnati 1 Horticultural Society, said:
Lust year 1 cultivated twenty acres in
a uei potatoes, but this year 1 will have
1 grow the plants by ariiti
The French papers publish interesting
returns from the savings banks of that
country. There are 508, with over S
000.00 0 depositors, and .135,000,000 francs
or $1.07,000.000 on depoait January lsi
187:1. JJ i log the preceding vear 75,
000 woikiugtaeu had made deposits aver
ajfiog 340 each, 35.000 domestic servants
averaging $31 each, and 57,000 persons
ot other occupations averaging less than
$30 each. The entire deposits of the
year were $7,100 OuC. of which the first
twn classes iiHiurd contributed $4,200,
000. The French savings bank system
dales back to 1835, and the depositors
now average 57 to tbe 1,000 of population.
Wholesale sV Retail Drtir
SALISBURY. N. C
To IxTe chan ts. House
keepers, Youair Folks,
Old Jtalks, Smokers, Pain
ters, Fanners, Grangers,
and Everybody eise.
Whenever you awed aaytsiae In the
PEE FIT if EH IRS,
8SED8 Ice ,
ant the heat articles (or the
Yadkin Bail Road
The annual merlin, of tka Stockholder, of
the Yaddin Rail Kroa Cnm,. .ill b WU
in ih. tow. W ealiaeawy, K. C, aa gin jay
Me tea day of May neat. Let all ih atock
hakiefeWs jr saint or rvprearotod br nrarv.
Coeapaay mini of
April t, 1874 it
When too want Hardware at
gures, call oo the andersifoed at No t
wan lie Hot.
D. A. ATWELL.
Salisbury ,N. C.May 13-tl.
FOSlTinir IH IT. E-rry fa-ilrj baft
it. Sold by Airti.ta Addreas G. 8. vTAL
KtK Erie. Pa. 4v.
least money, go to
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE
ton Daily to Areata. 86 um
OoU aodrbe-tKaaiily Pa pre la J
wnb two $408 Oh
300 Broalway. N Y
frea. AM. MTU 00
CPtf Q'ap'"10 Arrnt. IdrV OamU-
rnLItk Needle-nook, with Ckf
Head atassp. F. K GlccK A Co.. Kn
m j VAiit t t.flsvaa tttJkii . i) iiH null sia h ... as a . . u
7 v a a , .j iururuilU aa'lfaSICa IU f I i & i , . , '
ii ,, vft i i , '.on nr. auhuh pi ace wa nrnto iwu iiuiuirwi
M all 800 000, en..uh to have rf4fv,rf- returned to toother earth unscrateh-
driiioli.hcd, fencw -caiiered and ireaJaHl iow. ci il hat, ratci: an ar li ot slirt-t iron, over
Oilier suflerers -are llirre. A little ntvro girl j which 1 coiihtrtiet a chamber, till with soil
thn-e inches deep, upon which place tin
The Schiller Disaster- The loan of tk
fltsaaiahip, Schiller, on the Cornish ( English j
coaM, involvea the lone of M2 livea. The eea
asl atruck on a ledge of rock, Friday night last,
la s denae lag, and aim out beyond the reach of
bslf. Out of Aa4 aotila on board only 43 were
atved. The Schiller sailed from N. Y. city
eet soon on the 28th April. Nearly all her
pataeager were American, representing almoet
fry Htate in the Union. Thia diasster send
grief and naouripng into huudreda of families
Isf the loea of dear one with whom they so
rterndr parted ia health sad happiness. Tlrua
iatha midst of life we are in death.
the Road lriui Salisbury to the to -x not
Morkivilh', liavin Co , and furohhed the
iron and hdt!i the necessary bridge; hut
ow.ng to a money criie8 that year the
Hiihject u'as altoweil to die and uothiiig
hae bt-i'ii said about the m itter for years.
Out owing to the z -al of some of the sub
aciibers to said slock (lie "said charier
was found iu (he archives of the Secre
tary of Slate, & copy of which ean be
aeeu by calling mi 'dr. J J. liruuer, edi
tor of tin Carolina Watchman iu the
issue ot Angina 1 lib, 1857, and all the
i tnee'iugs held cubHeuiieui ihcu-to. except
the uiceiiug ot 22nd S.-pt 1S57. Al! Ike
Cemmiss io tiers mentioned iu eaid charter,
now living, wilt do the people of both
THE PATH OF THE CYC LOSE.
The ftpecial correspondent of the Gm-ititu-tiunalist,
writing from Covington, (Ja., ssys:
Your corepoedvntia enabled to imlicate,
witli some degree of accuracy at thU hour, the
track of the cyclone through a iortion of Geor
gia. Wliether it gathered i:a fearful lorcea in
the Gnif of Mexico or called them from the
tno'intaiue beyond the Miduppi Valley, is
the queMtion to be determined by tle meteoro
logical bureau. It came trom the west of us,
beyond Jooenboro, in Clayton county may be
fr.'m beyond Weal Point and the Chattahoochee.
Paftsinjr thronah C'lavton county wi h local
damage, now not ascertained, ii entered Henry
county, and travelled it with remarkable de
vaatalion aa reported. EtUling Rockdale, a
sm tll new county, it deraojiahed tbe dwelling
Sown ties a favor by giviug a published I and outkouaes of Mr. Thomas Oglesby, killing
statement ol what was done by them, and co' horseaand hoga, and injuring fencing
nrodnc the original snbseripUen hooks, d deatroytag trees on his PThs limits
r , . " . ' of Newtoo countv were entered st Judge
or, at least, have Uiem in a convenient j joaeph, Kagaa'a, "on South River, blowing
place for I he tuspHCrio:i of the public. I evervthine swav in it path.
1 1.1 !
tunois, ana men cover witn sou to me
same depth. More plant can be p oduc
ed with i Irs kind of a hot bed raised to
ninety degree, than by manure. I g t
from four to six thousands plants from
one huhe.l of seed. To plains should
be allowed to grow unt I ihfy begin 10
vine, a they will hcoiue more hardy, aud
will stand transplanting better.
1 allow niv ground to icmHin growing
THE WEAR A"ND TEAR OF CITY LD7E
The wear and tear of city life are a severe,
tax upon theatrnngeai conatitutions. Th. har
ry and buatle and anxietiea of bwdness keep
the nervoua nystem in a atate of unnatural
tenaion during business hour, and in the end
imp. 'tii the ehuuiciiy and vigor of the vital or
ganisation. The penalty of all undue excite
ment subsequent exhaustion. The bet
remedy for it, whatever thecauae.ia HtM4etter
Stomach Bitters, the tonic and alterative pro
perties of which rapidly diffuse themselves
through the entire system revive and reinforce
every dormant faculty, and restore a o nra
condition of body and mind. Some moral
formers insist upon the disuse of all stimulants.
1 his, to aay the least of it, is irrational. All
10 000 papers warranted fresh and eeno:ne
just received from Iandreth, Baist, Ferry,
Brtggs, and Johnson, c Bobbins, At
5 cents a Paper. Liberal discount
to country merchants at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
weeds until plauling tiro, when I plongh, competent physicians admit that pure medics-
. . I . l:.s .1 :i I ....
Meetings! the Board of Commiasioners
The .Mayor and Board of Commissioners
!ct, afst st the Mayor'a office on Tuesday the
ka iaat, si 4 o'clock V. M , and were duly in
ullcd by taking the prescribed oath of office
aeaiabxered by Dr. Keen, the retiring May
er. On motion, P. B. Kennedy, was then elected
Clerk, and D. R. Julian, Treasurer. The
abc officers, Town Constable, Tax Collector'
and robes were continued for the present.
leaolution was adopted appointing N. P.
Haifif, Mayor, Pro-tempore.
Oa motion the Town Sexton was continued.
Cajeaotien, A Committee was appointed to
revise and amend the Town Ordinances.
On motion, A Committee was appointed to
ascertain what repairs are necessary on Public
0a motion. The Board adjourned to meet on
Fculsy before the lat Monday of each month.
P. B. KENNEDY,
C. B. C.
KEETING OF THE STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE YADKIN
Salisbury, May 8, 1875.
The meeting was organised by electing Hon.
t. E. Bhober, Chairman, and B. F. Roger
m: m. Mauney moved that a Committee
appointed to ascertain the amount of stock
Pnjeeut and verify proxies, which motion was
Wted to and the Chair appointed Measrs. V.
HMney;,S. 8, Pembcrton, ami J. P. Cowan.
Tbe Committee then retired and after a short
ii. i . .
wai reported thai 680 shares of stock were
"VreeeMed either iu person or by proxv, and that
'.WW shares subscribed by the Town of Sail
wy were repreaented by Dr. T. W. Keen,
bich stock they recommended should be duty
raogniMU and entitled to a Tote, where
upon the Obairiuan announced, that, s maiorit v
m - oeinz nreaeni. tne meetin? waa ouiv
O. A. DavU moved that the report of
the Committee be amended by striking out that
hwswlatinf to tbe stock sukacxi bed by the
Town.of Salisbury. Tbe amendment was not
Teel to. The report of the Committee wsa
I)T-T. W. Keen introduced the following
hnioe which waa read and adopted :
amV That it is ordered by this meeting
a annual meeting of the Stockholders of
Z Ney, be held in Salisbury do the last
Jpiay In this month at die Court House al
J hjek a. mH sad that the Preaident and
''!rectom of the Com nan v m hmkr i.
, j j
rt0 co operate with us by issuing a call
aeelusx on aaid d.
jjJV0- w- Mauney moved that the Chre-
raleamaa, the InUlligeneer, the Pee Ike
lh WoduborJ Argu and Polkton
J he requested to publiah the proceed-
ef thU mawiing, wbieh motion was agreed
would sui;i't thaf! he v be iicnoind with A man and two nearoesare reliably reported
ibe register of deeds in each county where I to have been here killed, and Mr. Treadway, liv-
they may he inspected by ahe people. lrton C?ten-qreek' f ,hv, c?"?hl ?p
,,, . . . , s . . and carried awar, and to be vet miseing in
lite opinion nfhe wrer of fbM artt-! Mrek, Widow Hollowar's house waa
ele is thut raid sut scriptions to said Road 1 blown down and that lady very terribly wound
are binding aud in lull foree, if so ordered t ed, several of her rib being broken and torn
by a majority of said fjommifcaiouers.
And the foj(pwin is mr reason for said
i .a - " . ,. -
opinion : I ue charter requires uothtng
to be performed in tbe way ot work or
organization by the Commissioners to e--
cure said charter or perpntuate the same,
which is very liberal indeed. And ibe
sectiou authorizing subscriptions ia said
stock bv individuals, towns or eoouiies is
governed by the same rules, regulations
and restrictions as tbuse provided lor in
the Acts chartering the North Carolina
and the North Carolina and Atlantic
Bail mads. The former passed iu the ses
sion of 1S4S- 49, tbe latter in tbe sessions
of 1852 53, iu which nothing is to be
fonnd making noil and void tlte subscrip
tions to the capital stock ol die ''North
Carolina and Virginia Kail Road," whieh
said project or enterprise proposes to
build a Rail Road from Salisbury to
Mocksville aud frnm tbeuce to the Ten
nessee or Virginia line, with this proviso
ion, however, said Road is to ran West
of the Surry line.
Now a to the practical utility in build-
a nr ass a
liter aaid J&oaa : All tlir.se conversant
with ibe country or territory through
which said Read ia to be built are satis
fied of the. abundant supplies to be drawn
as a feeder of ibe X. C. R. Road Com
pany at its mouth or starting point,
Salisbury. Tbe section of country through
a Inch this Road must pass, if buih,
abounds in minerals such a Gold, Silver,
from her hack br falling timbers : and several
of Mr. W. F. Harden' children were aeioindy
hurt. Mrs. E. M. Melton was badly injured
by broken rafters. On tbe west side ot the
county the appear aaee of the cyclone is de
scribed as that of
FLAMING FIRE, .
for f veor ten feet from the ground, while high
er up it lowered black as midnight. Six mile
weat of Covington. Capt.' G. M. Cunningham
suffered the to.al losa of his mawuVn and it
contents. His wife and four children, in the
building at the time it fell, escaped unhurt Cats.
chickens and guineas were killed on the place
by the furious blata. A hoard from the wh
house was found three mi lea from ita point of
departure in a reverse direction to the' course
of the storm, and letters were blown seven
miles to Covington, whieh were picked up ami
returned to Capt. Cunningham. Bedding who
lodged in tree tops half a mile awsv, and
a heavv twelve inch nmhr plate, sixty fool
long, was lifted to an adjoining plantation. A
negro named Andrew Tillman, in an nuthouse,
chestng that condition ot the soil hen
it will b eak up the ni"st mellow, going
only four or five inches deep I harrow
with a li arrow eleven f-et m width, haying
spventy-two teeth. Furrow with a bar
share ploneh, as for corn pTinting, three
j i...if t.,., ., ,i ......... '
Hill Will nin ni.1t i, ami ii! u ill. hum i J;i . . I. :, t . .
-il :i ir ,t... ,Hjdll-T "tren. an absolute specific
rmerp an ii'- niiri 'riling n.itt. ji lur
weather is drv. puddle the plants; if not
set them ont jnst as they come from the
hot bed; p'ace them in prpendJeitlar, not
-loping as many do pre. the soil cje!y
almiit the plant just shore the rootlets,
and draw some loose soil about ihe plant-
25 mlo, Rom, Goodrich Jc I'kkr
lb8s, jcst r'ckived at
KLUH'Z'S DRUG STORE.
iur.. t r-. t-defi, snea
wa .ea, wanted u -ei. CKSTE3C KlaL SA
Y.Y. ribKK Or ihki i . t.uo rawaha
of i0 Vc AfcUi I'RtHiKL S. a u.r hrary.
Bos r.'Inae N4 a li. ry ot s nr esaitT
fair Krwa lt SHli g .k Pal
Gond Pa rF"Wat ree A Hi ee iy ait -f
.f lO.tajn. Addre-a J. C IrClTRDI A Can m
Phils. Pa. 4w
j u a
CLOVER AND GRASS SEED8.
A large stock, warranted Extra cleaned.
Fresh Ac Genuine, at low prices at
KLUTTZ'S DRL'G STORE.
NO. 10 '
now coataias f
and b i tb av
i' u Fa
brasgi'. r ma ruoe .cn u
AImi -nsceui.r Dislocue-.
higuen." Urea as flee le ut yonr bookseller,1
r send price i C arrett 1 o T1- .etnsl
St. Ihite .Pa. We make t . celebrated PBSflf
LKTTKU KOkl tmr mft ri p tetters wahaal
preas or water. Agents wanted. sw
y. Price Ju ta. Tae "ris
6 rUoO.t D of the hssset
t le?iaov on. Hommsad "m
.ilv Ktdis.atr.'-apibai Ur
need.-d in err
free Hv mail
FOR AOKXTS IN oar tern
New N'ovehier. jest ean
houae: sample and
B. WillTKdCU.. Ni
. - .i i . -i . . .
enicu Hiuiiuiani ia one oi me most useml reme
dies known. Am a tonic and iovivorani fnr
the aged and languid, Iloaletter'a Cittera ha
no equal. It ia tlte sheet-anchor of tbe feeble
and debiliated. In all climstea end. every
upecies of disorder which breaks down tbe
also an invaluable remedy Jar aea-irlcn.
riie nausea and retching cauaed bv tbe bitch
ing aud rolling of a v en-el at the aea para I v a
the bodily and mentnl enerviea. and those wh.
niifTer from il would do w.ll to reetore to lb.
Uitter aa a mean of uiv and itrrmnneni relief.
steamer should sail without a annrdv of the
arliclea. Am on the botanic invredienu of
To Country Merchants
I have the largest stock of Drugs.
Dyea, Grocers Drugs ficc , in Western
Gamlins, and am nw prepared to sell st
Baltimore Prices, thus saving
you the freight. Special attention to bot
tling Essences, Landanuro, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster L Sweet Oil ice. Write
for prices, to
JTHEO. F. KLUTTZ DRUGGI8TJ
Salisbrt, N. C.
. f . . i i . . ...a . . - i l . z a. .a j ,
nnfH'12 to do with noddle or tick, or von powerful blfMnl ileimrenu which the Tteeul!.
' 1 1 i . .
will leave cavities ubnt ihn roots, where
thp snil will not touch them, and thy will
wither and die. As soon as the plants ge
well started to groainjr, and before the
weds hecotn largr- , loiiffli witli l,ar-li ms
itlnuirh. throwiov tpe hise of the ridz
back, leaving tlirm ahem eight inche
broad, tlien hoe what remnina of th ridir
i . ... . . ....
es. at-avinr oi ine weens, ann notniggtng
di'ep as the German do, by which tbr
yonnsr roots are nisinrnen. in a tew nays
plough bach the soil to the ridges. After
this a few hoeiiisr-, to keen down tbe
weed, will be sufictent.
Mr. Carev said his soil was sandy loam
which ha manures, and does not care what
previous crop may have been grnwn on
it. He sets about a hundred bushel.-'
marketable potatoes from the acre.
kingdom attord. i.M.i'iemlv, it ia not onl
tones and iiivntorate, but alao lmritie- tin
system through the nature sluices which nature
The Fuxebal of tbe Ute Jamea T. a
beadfiW La-. fuurday morniny V4aattei dad
ny a )ar-e oncourae ot otir en ena. the n e
I - . . . i . I r
uvra oi i ne .egai pr..;t9uon ol tl.c ily una
as pan o .rers. We were true: with tbe
nuiuoer of eoioreil iieonie wh. fo.lowed the
remains and who thus attested their aff. . tion
for one who iiad always treated them kindly in
The funeral sermon by Rev Dr. Smith was
one ol to i inn-.' -dole and rare excellence.
penger train wa at the station on achedule time
of 2; 37 P. M. Its dark and ominous outline
were seen creening up above the distant horizon
visihlv, like an overrenchinjr, prntcntion
shadow, over the green tree topa. Suddenly the
fur-off" rumhling iucreaaed to a threnienine
roar, and the hurricane, as if just catching
THE DOOMED VILLAGE,
F. & BHOBER.
jfWl .:' . V'-' Will eS.j
A Ta Kjcaa'a
Iron, Copper and- Mica, and an onfoldflhc7c,on.e WM fip observed while the up-paa-
amouulol Corn, Wheat, Oales, Rye, Po
tatoes, Apples, i'eacbes, Bolter, Obee e,
Gbestruts, 3sltle, Horses, Sheep, Mulea,
aud various other arliclea too numerous
to mention. Rut the next question to 1st
considered is, can the people in said conn
lies ulfuid to submit lu be taxed to build
said Read to its iermiuus. 'Your writer
is tbe opinion tiiev can. Now for th
reasons : Rownn connfcy is moving with
might and main to secure a subscription
of 8100,000 on the pari of the county to
ilio capital stock of ihe "Y tdki.i Rail
Road" as it. is called nr more faniiliarlv
known by 'he name of ibe Salisbury aud
Gberaw Rail Road by ihe way of V'es
boro,' and I trust they may succeed.
For if said Road u built tbeu we and they
have a Road to compete with the Ohio
Una Central Rail Road or as is most gen
erally known by the name of the 'Wil
mington, Charlotte ec Rutherioidtou Rail
Road Company" reaching from the mnun
tains to the sear coast. Wj:h this Road
as a competitor of the Charlotte & South
Carolina Road & the N. C. R. Road,
freights maat "ex uecesiiatc rt-i" be reduc
ed . Iiicli wilj enure U the advantage of
shippers snd consuiaers. I hen grant for
argument sake that this Wadesboro' and
Cberaw Roa1 is built to Salisbury, bow
stands Davie and. the counties along and
through which the N. Q. & Virgina Road
would mn if buili ? Not one dime better
off, except in tiie little item of freights on
such articles as tbe may ship or consume
which wonLi nut ojuount to eoootno
build one mile in the Wadeaboro' Road.
Then people of Davie, and ye deiizens
of -he Mountains " where Lion roereth and
We can buU4 the N. 0. Virgina Rail
Head from tbe beginning to lis lermious.aod
Almost a Fatal Accident W
retrret to learn that the Rev A. V. Man
4. atfii.tr rn Iia r. i ra li a. .1 ... ilia I . Tt a.a kt 1 1 r I . - . .
...... ....n. v.. ...v. . vr.i n.s it., c . ... cr . i .r ann T a m 1 1 v nr ii.ia no mot arim
1 m' . .. i ii , ,- i . . , , u.. . ......
a uescenoinx rauer, me skuu iracttireti, ana ..;,i.., it..J.. r. i : i
.v.r,l .1 JL nf hAn. rlrirn !n ihTL.:. UtCldeUt Oil Moinlay after.motl Iaat wblcll
. : i ..i ... a r.....i i -i
The n euro do na well. At Aluovv R rcr 1 he r""""- H' '"ru "-, aie oi ins con
cyclone seems to have idren. Me has been for some day, with
his family on a vimt to relatives in Oranc
B.Dl-vn T- T TAB- A Dn. TUP irpirrv. I f . k r
- - .v. mi.o A jici.i,.. Ij 1 II IV. II " I II T II 1 11 IT I I'i In u V III r III
- f j - ( - - . .......... ''II . i . v .
Il .1 I . . .
leaping atonp, a it were, far above the tree oroiner-in-iaw in tne same county, tne
topa, which were wrung and twisted aa it rush- horse attached to the vehicle in wh'eh be
ed over them, and did not descend to the im- and two of his children were, became
mediate anrfaee of the earth until it waa frightened, ran, and collided with a ve
nearingine vmagc ot ttuiienge. inia is a hiru , mhitx Mm ,-,nt . vtU
place in Moraan conntv, of some sixtv houses , . ... e"T "
including its immediate environs, and is the ttll"Ni a fwnd were riding.
lying-over station for trains on the Georgia dome ot tlie parties came in contact
Railroad. Approaching from the aonthweat. with the wrecked T' hides and were in
At tbe residence of the brides father on the
J7 h of April l7., by Kev. Wa A. Juliau
Mr. Jmwft. l'later to llisa lia'tie . . U'tu
ingttm Jlis Muttn- will quit the Wei ng i
aud help Jiinmie iu the Plaateriug;
Charles Lamb. Essay iit. denounced si
spirituous liquor as "et baoinalion." Poor
fellow ; he knew whereof he apake, by sad cz
ueriencc, ano u living, wouiu apply me same
to Alcoholic bxcitantx, advertiad aa Cure ail
But there ia one Tonic and Alterative ia exist
ence the ltenl the world has ever knowa
which contains no alcohol. It ia Da. W.u,
keh's Ca i.iroBNiA Viaxoaa Bitters. 4w
e ....d tawle.il xllina i.ole ,
Se'id (or our xtra tersas ' eat.
Putiluhiac Co Philadelphia. Pa.
Flavoring Extracte, Essence, Spices,
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye-Stuff,
Toilet and Laundry Soaps, Lye, Matches,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys dec, el
ways on hand of best qnality at
KLUTTZ'S DRJL'G STORE.
For Youk Ladies and (Mctei
Pine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Cosme
tics, Soaps, scbous, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Hair, and Teeth Brushes, Pocket Books
ice, in endless variety at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8T0RL.
Cms 1 you Say ?
Uh yes, we have them at all prices
from S cents to 25 cent, and can sell
them by the box at jobbers prices, our
celebrated 3 cent PECULIAR
CIGAR ia acknowledged, the beat io the
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8T0RE.
S10 TO eBO0.!;niwJ,&
trne A 74 pace tew .k 'Tn'a.ninc rvrrrthiac
and coppr oft be Wall Street hVriew. 4w
JO HN HIC K LI NO
& CO.. Bankers aad
r of th
SENT F E
Brukers, 72 Broadway New York.
W ere ver it
iVsn i'- i
IT lb .
bed : If . t s erfect tr go U tor
y ftr loan' r A um a
jHr ar ivi-t.f t Lsvm
TA 61 . !. atsaaa
g tly a giadeally
. s J regal tSS the Sw
rrea. hat ka
lue aecn-l r ra i
removes .l im Ati
It u sot a arcToaaa bitti
Lich aat digotiai. and Ihaai
appetite fr fl neceMary U invigorate
weakened or i aarti ve organa. sad 0 ve i
to all the vital tore-..
It caaaim its ovi BacoaasasATtox. at
the larre and rapidlj u.crra-inr aalea te ify.
Prise One Dollar a h. ule Ask year eve ri t
tor it. JoaasTus UoixowAT A Co. Phihv Pa
ti- aah) Ag au.
Free! Free!! Free!!!
.nWt Tells haw
Seat fVje te
PURE WISES Jc LIQU0B8
medical and church purposes always on
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Corrected by McCubbioa, Beall, aud Julian
Buying Rates :
dnager of being crushed, and wounded by
the horses the luiurv to Mr. and Mrs
t t i i . . i
.uaniim waa cnuiparauveiy snvtil UUt mni!Vnew M m On
1 ! . 1 i . . .. 1 - - - - - - " ww vw.
lie utile. nmigtiU'r Kttte received Uiiuries nmiYlK ii a i a
wiuclt were feared at hrst to bo mortal.
1 . I . ... . . . . . . r. .
in ni. lasi. accnunis was netter. 1 lie
Rpv genitemau and 'family have tbe sym
pathies of this entire community.
lie eoTiteuipl.it. -d returning to tlie city
lining ihe past week and occupying
mounted hijrh into the sir. and for a brief (,,"'K 'he past week and occupy injr his
while fliere poised itaelf, apparently to anrvey pulpit to-day, but the accident pteveuted.
more completely, ano wun a ourning glance, JetC8.
the prey it was rushing to destroy. Corrusca-
kiiis ulaved athwart tlie hlui-lr nf ik.
, . ... . ,..,
tierce t em peat. At this moment, however.it Accoromg to the last censas in tune
l 1 - .1; j l .-.. ... ... Il l itm. t i . ....
eemeo io nave oiviueo iiaen, anu me village iana ana w ales tlie females ot tne ponu-
n this manner escaped total destruction. In I .tion nnlmimW ihe mU hv Hf( i,nt
the suhurlas however, houses, trees and fences hnt Hbove thp nf twenty-five tbe inale-'
- i l i ... i
At Bardatown several arsons were killed ' cwu ' wnjaiea in nanwx. uue
and manv more wounded. At Wavnesboro there were 400.800 widowers, tbare were
one woman was killed and not a tree, fence. 873,000 widows. Above the aee of
gin house or eotton screw left standing. At ninety the 1 em ales number two to everw
YViut Point cq.0 lw. .,..., kl. ...... A I . ' -
a I . I
ann sever4i persons injurea.
i ne rcfHiAfiiur ui iur. eiuiui oieap. near iviu- I nr i . tj
ledne. Ga.. waa lifted uu br the wind, carried . re anow in.- won 'jica
a dirttanee of twenty-five yards and set down h vacated tbe places of all United Slates
again. Mr. Steap who wan standing in hi Commissioners jn this District, to take
front door at the lime, was uninjured. He said efft ct tbe 1st of July next. He wiH then
that his house fielt exactly aa if it was gliding mslfc- .nrw.;..m...t. whu.li 2i 1.
over a pnud of water, and that lie felt no shock j :n : . 1 : .i
when it ws. put down on the earth .gain. wl" nk 5",'?n ',,t0 lU v,ee
The dor in which he wsa standing was on the mei beller qn"'fid for the very delicate
south side, the direction from which tbe storm duties of this position thau those now iu
came. The wind seemed to enter through the I office. In saying this there is no inten
opeu door, fill the building aagaa inflate a bal- tjon to reflect on tbe conduct of the corn
loon, and thus lift snd carry it of!. All the at .,M kA - u,tW s mnA v.t
fence, outbuildings, atsMes and nearly ill the 7Z , 7, J
trees of thia place were blown down. The for- conceal from ourselves the pateol
nado was accompanied by a tremendous storm 1 'a1 that the office of L . S. Lommtsston
of rain and hail- Such a fall of rain has not er in this District has in many instances
been witnessed in that aeguon for many years, io 08ed for tbe sole purpose of making
VW jlji ' . . tl v fees for tbe incumbent and in niter dure-
hill aides into cataract. Youn mm wsa 1 ... " ...
beaten into shreds aud fruit destroped. gRrd nSu nd of nan7
1 good cttmens, proseeeied for the most
hwWjMm.m Wehav7.n WLSr
zh fowdr-Look wen to your interest. LJIliTio for initiating thff forwmd step wyd a
to have crossed th fanah.. river lata Barn- i -Wa retofm.- mmsmm fto
i wall ad WfefteW rtiUea, and to have cross-1 HStY.
FLOUR $3.50 to 3.75
MKAL 90 in 93.
BACON county) 12J to 15 -li'.s round
POTATOES -Irish 90a Sweet75 to $
EGG8 121 to 15.
(JUICKEN- $2.50 per doa.
FEATHER? new, 50.
RYE a 90 to SI
UEESEWAX- 28 to 30.
WHEAT SI. 25 a f 1.50.
DRIED FRUlT-5to 8.
Blackberries, 8 cts.
IRrapectfuIlv inform the citiseas of 8alisbnrv,
that I can furnish them with Maine lea "it
inche thick at 2 cauls pel Ih. lea House
opened every morning.
W M. KESTLER.
May 6-3 mos.
My farm situated on Oraats creek about a
miles worn Salisbury ia now fur aale.
This (arm contains about 240 acres, of the
beat farming land in Kowan County. Ham on
it a good two atory dwelling House a double
barn and other necessary buildinga aad also a
Aba . . . . ...
well of excellent water. fames wiahiac to
porch me good and cheap property will find U
: a a. aa -
uineir iniereat u give mm a can, ean alwata
be found as Ktatta, Gsahaas A Btadlrmas
Store Salkdmry, N . C.
' -B. FRANK OEA-H4M.
Marsh it, mfimm
Astral Oil 50 cents per
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
A hand ic c ilia
ins kiBneesMa. fw
whe a us !.;
alls i-.s'- w .
It aMir.- I..S t
Laws, with other mtareatiag
m this paper.
Send for it at
ft will only oot you Hiatal
Saw number for April joat oat.
A d!re.. 0 P. DATW
Lsu . Out. sassaaaave 0. . . .ft.
Coughs, Colds Hoarseneess
AND ALL TIIOAT DISEASES,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT TP ONLY IX BLUE BOXES.
A "HIED A 3D SURE REMEDY.
Sold hy Dniggiat generallr, nni
FULLER A FULLER, Chicago, IB.
500 (iKNTS Wa-.lr-d f..- Oennlne
LI . I and Is r BOIItr
1 V I N G S T O M E.
r.y i;kv j i. . i u i.ie . woo fr sb aia
peri ! rriUm,r ( incla. eg -e "LaST . ore
SSLs ' onfoltix rtnrtJf hi re d Achieves DU.
als t ie f brio-it"-. W r aad Waal- at
th t marrtlom i-oantry. ) in '. afinerah
li -. BeaM. 8avag a. It 6UG area. KB'
Jt Only Ft nu Ricf m .nteret. 1 ew hi
Pr . O JtHI ererrthit , 1 rift prrt : weeSS.
Ad .- liriMtAbi) BLOB. Pak.eUa.Pe.
or Citiciiicati. 0. 4m
Only 25 cents a box t
money refunded. After years of experi
menting, I havo at last found tho Great
Remedy for Chills, Fever ic Ague, dec,
and can confidently recommend it to my
friends and the public. Try It.
T A S.
Finest Teas in the mark
et. Put up in air tight,
Ub cans, 25 per cent less
than usual Prices at
KLUTT'S DRUG STORE.
V -1 . 1 . n
ia wnenevcr yoe want i reaarrp- 9tHt balanee in a, all moo
tioos earcfuRy prepared, er need anything I ene t" tea.
usually kpi in a First eUss Drug Start, wl atem We W
and want t be oertaia of anunr iaat 1 haat BBaaV, Testa
Ho either sex mav facinate aad
gain the l"ve sod at clioaw of any person they
etiooss .uu btly' T j. - mm ule, uvntal aralca
ment ea wxm- frrr. ly aaail far ti , ta
grtber .ritb n rrli... gi '. . EgypianO aese,
Pream Ui f in L .die-. W t ddi 'g-Xigtt H in.
Ac. A nee hook. tettreaT WlLUAJf Ada
Paha. .'hiU. Jkw
1 fiaMT OFFER !
4el BKOADWAT.X. Y.waV easaaea -f low
PlAK0. and OKOAN8 at Estraaaely laser
PrUforcah, Dnrtng W Mnath.avaswteaak.
naiaoea ta sanau Baaaiaiy
nf rettinr iasl
what yen eel I for, aad af bring poltnJy
and, prompily served. Be aeua to call est
or send to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Dbcgcibt
8AuacaTt N. C.
-1 . f.
e -w M
i Jan. ta, t7eW4f
waging tons pow rfal. pars
aatrr t onrrr
he cxeaTWd M taaa ar hraot
ti. sttm taseens
A libers I diacimet te
M 1 . 3 Mm fe a MM VmSmA mumm