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Nearly a hundred Urea were lost by
Am destruction of the Steamer Vicksburg
Among the icc-bergB of the Northern seas.
The Vicksburg belonged to au exploriug
Elijah Gibson, a native of Richmond
Co., N. 0., was killed by fate ton, at
Laurel 11H1, last Thursday. The father
li drunk and abusing hi family when
the ton came to their relief. Tli id so en
raged the rather as to cause him to attempt
to take the life of his son. The killing
adjudged to he in self-defense.
Boss Tweed, of N. Y. City, has been
released from the Penitentiary by a re
cent opinion of the Supreme Court of that
State. It will be remembered that he was
tried and convicted of misappropriating
eity funds and sentenced to hard labor for
life. We suppose there was some error in
the proceedings that convicted him or want
of jurisdiction on the part of the Court, lie
will be arrested as soon as released, on
other charget still pending against him,
and hie chances are good for a reeom
mitment to the Penitentiary, or long
litigation and trouble. The way of the
transgressor is bard.
ty We are sorry that we bare not
wet been able to write out the many fa
vorable impressions made upon us while
on a visit recently to the charming city
4 Wilmington. The object of our visit
arse to attend the Press Convention. To
sty that our association with the mem
bars of the State Press there assembled
wai most agreeable; that onr reception
and entertainment by the enterprising
and public spirited citizens were most cor
o. .1 and bountitul; that we were captive'
ted by the attractions and capacity of Wil
aing ton's port, is to state onr convictions
Terr mildly. We intended to have much
to say about the advantages, the pleas
ures, and the results of our editorial
gatherings; about the hospitality and
goodcheerofoorentainers; the attractions Thew faave beeQ
The sickening peecber scandal case if
drawing to a close. Whatever the ver
4 ct, one thing will always remain fixed
in the minds of a very large majority of
the American people, and that is, that
Beecher is not only an adulterer, but
perjurer. He and his Church have made
a desperate effort to cover up his crimes
and disprove the evidence against him,
but tuey have most signally failed. Gold
from Plymouth church has been thrown
broadcast like seed wheat, but apparently
-v- t 1
to no purpose, it is believed tnat many
t . a a '
ot trie northern papers were nought np
early in the contest, and directed to defend
Beecher, right or wrong. This suspicion
is strengthened by the persistent and
unreasonable course many of them have
pursued, and the blind partisan defence
given to Mr. Beecher. It is said the N.
1". Tribune is paid $10 a column for its
reports. But this is only one paper in
the pay of the saints. There are others.
cities destroyed for
sumed his functions, as a Representative
in the United States Congress.
Should the course of the commanding
general of the army, in attempting at this
late dor to resuscitate a defunct slander
' . r i
against the President of the late touted
eracy, and to which slander not even
suborned witnesses could give toe aem-
blence of truth, be taken as the exponent
of the feeling of the army, that arm of the
general government would seem to do in-
suited to the task, of lata so largely assi
gned to it, of preserving civil order and
of restoring harmony among the people of
me univea ptaies. cor puunc cuubiuci-
ations it is to be hoped that the ineradica
ble malignity of Sherman may be an ex
ception to the prevailing sentiments of the
United States army.
Again thanking you for your friendly
consideration, I am very truly yours,
and mote rolelligeut class of producers
aud tuts would create an increased local
trade, which is about all that any of onr
inland Uwns have any reason (under ex
isting circumstances) u expect. If there
be any who wish to discover good sub
jects of korror at which to throw up their
hands ana exclaim "ruinous," let me in
vite tbem to spend a day in riding through
sections of the country where once all
was fresh end brosnerous, and contrast it
with the present impoverished and dilap
itated condition, fonder the operation of
free negro tenaptage), and they will not
search in rain The.wonder is, not "that
good and sensible men" are driven by
necessity to seek the cheapest markets,
but that they are able to obtain in an
impoverished, aqd over-trading section like
to send to any maraet
crimes not a whit worse than those that
have been committed under the eye and
by the moral sanction of Plymouth
of Wilmington and her great commercial
importance as a port, to speak of the
8teamer Raleigh, her jolly Captain, the
gallant Maffit, and the rest of our com"
penions to the sen; the excellent lecture
of the irrepressible and inimitable Vance jjeTTER FROM JEFFESON DAVIS
and many other things; out we are sun
nmnlled to defer it. until we can take
aha. un seriatim and give to each that He Goes Vigorously lor the Scalp
...,.. rt inn its imnortance merits. Of Gen Sherman.
the St. Louis Timet of Friday poV I buyer here sends his money directly
.1 f-1 1 : i . . T . I m urmcru mercimut iubicuu ui uayu
iibuco iuc luiiuwiug icucr irom nr. uei-
Never was a more important ferson Davis, addressed to Colonel W.
aUetioo to be held in the State than that F. Mellon, a former Confederate officer,
a.. -l..i n( Uta touching certain matters in Gen. Sher-
rST W W ww-ww mm - O
to the Convention, next August. The
delegates to be choosen are to make for
lha people of North Carolina a Constitu-
For the Watchman.
Messrs. Editors : Your article of
last week, headed "Ruinous," seems to me
rather hasty iu its conclusions. The first
proposition of importance is, '"that no
bodv here is the-least benefited by this
exchange," to wit : "pending special or
ders" directly to Northern House for
articles which A. B or C mav require for
his own nse, instead of buying them of
oue of our home merchants. I cannot
perceive, gentlemen, how you arrive at
the conclusion '"hat no body here is the
least benefited" by this sort of direct
trading except 'upon the supposition that
the buyer pays his Northern merchant as
much as he would have to pay the home
merchant. This then is the point. A
little lower down you admit that the buy
er does save something "is benefited" a
little, by this system of direct tradiug
thus : "the amount saved by ibis system
of trade is too trifling to talk about,'' and
then you tell us of the damaging ruinous
effect of it "on the merchantile interest"
at home ! What you say of being "hew
ers of wood and drawers of water for
foreigners," &c, would apply very well
in an article on the general subject of
home production, but as between these
two systems of trade direct and iudcrect
it has no application to one that it has
not to the other. Both are alike in their
tendency, leading to the same inevitable
. t i w . mm, r
results. What can be the ditterence U a
into oue of our stores to be sent thence as
directly to the Northern merchant ? 11 is
money goes out of the State in either
case, and so far as we know the profits of,
AN INVALUABLE TRAVELING COM
SEVER KNOtVIf JO FAHV
EN HISS' ITCH CUBE.
PRICE 25 A 60 CTS.
For sale at ENNI88 Drug Store.
Change of climate, water or diet is apt to in
duce hamming and often dangerous diseases.
The three changes combined are fatal to thous
ands of i migrants every year. Is it not, then, of
the last importance to know that Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters are an absolute preventive of
the' hurtful consequences arising from th
causes? Travelers, voyagers, and emigrants
to new countries cannot be too often reminded
of the fact that this agreeable vegetable tonic
is the most reliable safeguard against disorders
to which theare far more liable than the
habitual detuaeos of healthy regions. The
primal effect of the unwholesome atmosphere
which produces what are called malarious fe
vers, is to depress and debilitate the system.
The body tlen becomes an easy prey to the
malignant principle in the air. It is manifest,
therefore, that the surest way to avoid all epi
demic and endemic maladies of an intermittent
type, is to counteract the weakening tendencies
of inuama by artificial invigoration. That Hos
tellers s Mornach Bitters is the surest resusci
taot of flagging vigor, is a fact which is best
appreciated wherever influences inimical to
health exist. But it is not alone against ma-
laria mat tney protect tne system. 1 hey so
toughen it as to enable it to endure with im-
punitv eztiemea of beat and cold to which
travelers are often subjected, and they neotra
Iize those elements in unaccustomed or diet
which would otherwise beget disorders of the
stomach and bowels. The brackish water with
which voyagers by sea are often compelled to
quench their thirst, is apt to provoke dysentery
and other serious complaints, but when the
Hitters are mixed with it, it becomes harmless
Truly tins great protective invigorant is an in
valuable traveling companion.
Notice is hereby aiven iWkt an Election will
be held at the several precincts in Rowan eoun?
ty on tne nrt Thursday in August, 187D, to
ascertain the sense of the qualified voters of
Rowan County, as to whether they will . sub
scribe the sum of one hundred thousand dollars
to the stock of the "Yadkin Sail Road
Company," and direct the issuing of the Bonds
of Rowan County for the sum of OSE HUN
DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS to pay for
such Subscription. All those who vote in fa
vor of such Subscription and issuing of the
County Bonds fur $100,000, shall vote on a
written or printed ticket "Subscription;" and
those voting against Subscription and issuing
of County Bonds for loo,ooo, shall vote est a
written or printed ticket ''No Subscription
This notice is given in obrdienoe to an act of
the Legislature, passed at its last Session.
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Co's
(Late 8Inos St GLOL'GH ORtA M)j-
D. A. DAVIS,
L. W. COLEMAN,
H. BARRING EK.
J No. u. FLKMIMG,
JOS. Mc LEAN.
April 23, 1875. 3mos.
V Co. ConVra.
. - . . . .
tlio nrih in mprphunt is n.-:tti-r more
m mm .v..k ......
aiemphii., i enn , May 27. ,10r Um whether it reaches him from the
My Dear bir: Please accept my consumer direct, or through the Southern
tnanas ior your Kind letter ot the 19th merchant, indirect.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
At the old stand of Foster A Horah.
Just received a full line of Hats, and Bon
nets, trimmed and on trim toed. Ribbons, Scarfs
and all tbe latest French and American novel
Orders executed with care and dispatch.
Pinking and Stamping done to order.
The Store will be conducted on the Cash ays-
tero and no (roods or work will be charged
any one. This rule is nnvarible.
MRS. S. J. HALYBUBTON.
April, 15th 6 ws.
Dr. IMocR RBsiai ReMies
BITTERS and DANDELION
To cure Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Sick Headache, Kidney
For Sale.hy J. H. ENNISS, Agt.
Salisbury, April 23, tf.
F ITT LI) WITH THE KB LY IVVKNTED
7 AT 22 V? Q
one pair of work M ols 5 & 0 years old,
also a good wagon & harness.
1 .1 1 A. II I - -
uon unner wnicn vney may uave io i. matant, and tbe accompanying copy of ft Now as to "the amount saved by this
at perhaps a half century or more. If it I St. Louis paper containing an extract system" to the consumer, I suppose thero
turn out to be a good Constitution and "na we ionneoming worst oi wen. w. T. is mo way of ascertaining it. You say
neeeptabJe to the people, they will be likely Sherman. My absence delayed there- 'it is too triBing to talk about but gentle
TT k :i J. a LlM. -J- Tf St ot yQr Ielter and lhl8 "P'7 t0 men, you do not tell ua how much or how
tr livo hnnmlv ann nroanftr nrulpr it. It 1l ".-
p mtw v r- r ii.
lorn out to bo oppressive and unsutted to The malice that seeks to revive the
(heir wants, they will not be contented or nefariously concocted and long since ex
be Jlkejy to live contented or grow pros- pipped Blander whieh connected my name
j :. -''-- - - - with the assassination of President Lin-
Derous under it. It ts therefore a matter ... . . , . . '
" v , , colu is quite in character with the man
Of very grave concern to the people of who so conducted his invasion of the Socth
North Carolina whether they have a good as to render "Sherman's bummeis" the
. I ' ... . I c
- 1...J '.lituhnn l a tmnrt rt flvnnnv m nr niiiucro onnn nnir, in t-, ti... i T ii.i-ii
or a vmu uuuomuuuu. m. v. i j j nucn w nic are. l suppose you reuuy nun 8 tne a
people, the weal of the State, aud the helpless, and murder of non-combatants, mounts are very small, and if others were
Lh,. and nrosneritv of all depend fT who C,08.fid hl8 of r5on with a possession of the facts which control
' f accnsation against yen. IJampton in vour mind, thev too miirht think
littlo it is; nor do yon eveu give a hint as
to how it may be ascertained. If 'it is
too trifling to talk about, you ought not to
have mentioned U; or else you should
have presented some statement of the
source of your information a sort tf
finger board pointing to the way where
might be seen how trifling tbe amouuts
RUTHERFORD COLLEGE, N. C.
Will open its Fall term. August 4th, 1675.
Board, from $n to 1U p -r month.
Tuition, from $1 to $4, per month.
Address E. L. ABERKETCY, Pres.
Happy Udme, N. C.
Juno 17th. 1875. 4t?. pd.
And the character of . tbe Constitution
will depend upon the character of the men
the people send to Raleigh to make it. If
she delegates are first class if they are
. . .1 . . . . . . I J 1 J B
regard to tne Darning ot Columbia, South do. But in the absence of such informa
Carolina. tjon jt canBOt be surprising if others shall
But the question arises, why did Gen. form a different opinion. 1 have heard of
Sherman at the date of his reported con- examples, for instance, in email articles,
vcrsation with Geu. J. J2. Johnston sup- where npon a comparison of rates demand
nose me canable of com n! io.it. v in thn .in. wl 1 . ... J . 1 : J r.
men tn whom the peopleWe confidence .assination of President Lincoln ? the same articles on direct orders, there
men of ability, their work will stand General Sherman never was personally was a difference of 300 per cent. I have
the test of legal criticism and prove ac- acquainted with me, and from those who known of other similar instances wherein
eeptable to the people. Bnt if the people kow me. ei.th.?r.Jn the, United States the difference tanged from oue hundred to
send demaeoeues whiffling politicians rHf arned Inoth two hundred and fifty per cent. And
send demagogues, wn.miog politicians, Ing t0 t fj Buch puspicion In the then again j have koow'Q of iu8Uncei
time-servers, or ignoramusses, the Con- conduct of the war between the Slates, where more was paid than tbe article
titntion tney matte will be worse tdan it ueapue or many paseiess accusations, we would have cost at home. This
a a I rater nrnnrltv rAi r . .l.. I a
ade by negroes, scalawags or carpetbag- r; ,y " ,T3l-U4U "Ulu nappen very otten. uut now can
bm. auuereuce to ine usages or war venture upon snch isolated facts to deduce
between ClVlliznn naiinna On wkat If. .1 .U J .1 ...i
- nn.titntinn it will not ho difficult to .V , . . 7. oui vucm iuc Bgc couuiui.oii mat "Ue
-w (.uen. am me susmeion or lien. &prmnn .m.nni. ... ow . ...il
V B ... , .... , I L " 1BIUVUUM BM.lU 1C WW UIUIUC blf till !V
nnaersuna it win oe outer, prosenp- rest? Was it not that, proceeding on the about ?" And with what amount of well
live, tyrannical and essentially agrarian rule of Judging others by oueselt, he as grounded "surprised" may you hold up
r-while the others will make a Con- eri t0, me lto murderous and malicious y0ttr bauds with horror "that good and
sUtntion tUt will be altogether nnintelli. SSlit : 9eDible men n" is "rnin-
... ... . J He reports a conversation with Presi- ous" system of direct trade ! Who does
gible and the source of unending litigation, dept Lincoln, from which is to be inferred it ruin The home merchants? Admit
There are two important matters then a desire to have authority for departing it. Does the patent Reaper and Mower ;
that the people must guard against in from the course which aa a soldier he the Cotton Factory and Wool Cardiug
selectiug delegates to the Convention, aud ont hae kuown was usual and proper Machine ; the steam engine aud tbe rail
First, if they would rid them- , ","u.c" " w"r . UB Pe road, uurt nobody t 1 taer you are stand-
, i " l"! w me iraca oi me great marcn ot
Confederacy s President and cabinet orBN 1
Tenal.oppreesiTe and detestible in politics, eers, asset forth in the orders of Col before you are-a ware of it. Trade, nur the
and base aud hypocritical in society, ihey lMblgren, when he made his raid against laws of trade, in some of their relations
will spew out Radicalism everywhere, aud Rl?bmond J the good-natured, cbarac- at least, are fixed. They are changing
refuse to vote for anvouewho aids or abets KS? r6py f Pre8,dent Ll,DColn S01 with all the oiher changes whieh are
ref use to vote for any onewho aids or abets him that murder was not the approved going on around us. The rapid commit-
oris in any way connected with the in- measure it seems to have failed to inspire flicatiou between the great centers of
famous pivU RJgbts, oesro wgrshipping, hito with the generosity and chivalry trade and the outlying commodities upon
miscegeoating Radical party. It has w,cn eJ.er adorn the character of the which it subsists, accomplished by rail-
the whole country and the State 4W: mmmmm ViFl j roads and telegraphs, must just as cer-
-..6 .wv..CD i bui rrnucr taiuly accomplish great changes in the
GREEN SBOBO FEMALE COL
Greensboro, N. C.
The Fall Session will begin on the idih
Charges per Session of 20 icecls.
Board (exclusive of washing fc ligbU) $75 00
Tuition in regular English course, 25 00
Charges for Extra studies, moderate.
For Catalogues containing particulars, apply
to T. M. J osts. President
President Board of Trustees
June 17th, 2moa. pd.
An Inveatioo having a moat important bearing on th filurvrf Iteed Ii
which the auanittv or ruinate ul to u rerr laqretT
and the quality of tone reudercd
Etui to that of tie Best Pips Onus of tie Sane Capacity.
J, D, McNEELY.
Merchandise and Exchange Broker,
AGENT FUR TPS SALE OF
taple and Fancy Groceria.
SUGAR, SYRUP, MOLASSES, COFFEE,
Bacon, Lird, Sec.
A Fl Ll LIIK OF SATIPLHCOfTA
TLV ON it v ii.
Eipccial attention paid fa GJketiont and prompt
returns ma le.
Office formerlr occupied hr J. & II. Horah,
under National Hotel, BaxtSBynY, N. C.
H.nv ing made arrangements with first claaa
Holme in Richmond, Nor Col I:. Uu'itiinore,
Philadelphia and New York, 1 a in prepares to
oQcr (to Merchsota only) the eanie, if not bet
ter ad vantages here, aa if thej were to go North,
or order themselves. Can oiler advaniagea in
I will al.o buy and sell Exchange, Bullion.
Gold and Silrer Coin. Bank Nut.-, Stocka and
Bonds un reasonable terma.
Any collectionn entruated to me will have
prompt attention and prompt return made.
Haring procured a "Herring Champ ton
Fire Proof Safe," 1 will receive money on de
posit for aafe keeping, or on loan, at a reasona
ble rate of interest.
Parties having maney to loan or wishing to
borrow, will do well to confer with me.
Also Agt. for first clam Fire and Life Insurant-
(jo. J. D. McNEELY.
A mil 2y 3mu'a.
Wilcox Patent." "Octave Cowpler," ike
C VaU E
ru.l.lt "Vn rlsrf " "Vox Hamtna
in. -r-l W or "Clarionet" Slop, "liema Horn, t remona, oa AW
" ALL. THE L.1TE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only in these Organs.
Fifty Different Styles,
' For tin
?E8 ? AT eVlA L A NO WO HSUMA N S H I P ,
ity and Volume of Tone I n quailed.
PBICES, 850 TO 8500.
Factory and Warerooms, Cor. 6th and Congress 8ta
(SBVAIUIBSS IN 1850.) AOBlfTB Wanted in
Address GLOUGH & WARRENRGAri)
May 20, 1875. -ly.
1UUJJ 1 1UU
' House & Lot for Sale !
selves of the fountain head of all that is
The citizens of Salisbury Townahip are here
by notified that on Friday the 2nd of Jul, at
11 o clock, A. M., there will be a public meet- The Houe and Lot on the comer of Main
i r r , I
ing ai uie ourt-xioue tor the purpose of send- and Bank Sla. recently occupied by Mrs. Ann
ing Uelecntea tO Uie l-OUlllV Convention In hf ttr..n ianfTi.roirr.railk. Tk.a ia imnno tk.
held in Salwbury on the 3rd day of July, 1875, most vsluabls property in SalUbury, and is
t r nnmin.t. M nH H m t - . I. .. t... i.'i.. I . . 1 . . I I . -
omie .uiujuiu- convemeniiv iiuaiea in uie Duinn imrx oi
the town. Persona desiring further iiufurma-
tion can obtain it by calling on or communica
ting with either of the undersigned.
Also the undersigned offers for sale 700
A A w .-iffrn XT-f 4- of land Ivina on the N. C. R. R. two milt
A-UIIIIIUOtiftWlO u bAUC Mi Km from Saliaburv. Thi. laud will be aold in
Vi).4.- lots if desired.
Vituiwio. Alao 103 acres eight miles Wrwt from Salis-
AU persona having claims aeainst the estate burr on the Be ties ford road. Thia is nearly
to nominate csndidatea to the
tional Convention. June 17th. 1875.
CUAS. F. BAKER,
JOHN W. MAUNEY,
SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME BY USINB THE
of Dr. O. P. Houston, deceased, are herebv all well timbered land.
notified to exhibit the same to the undersigned given On application
I . 1 ... I I - . - . . . I rr 1 .
on or oeiore me i un aay oi June, IS7o. And
all persons indebted to said estate are request ed
. . i . i
SAMLl-X A. LOWRENCE.
Blackmer St Henderson, Attorneys, 1
SsiLsburv. N. C. I
June 10, 1875. Ows. pd.
with moral leprosy for the last ten years
Everything it has touched it has polluted
To give it's further lease of power is sim
ply to commit moral and political suicide
to surrender the State oyer to self con fees
d robbers, cun vie ted thieves, and civil right
advocates. No greater calamity could
befall the State. The seven plagues of
Egypt were nothing compared to the ruin
and distress that would follow the restora
tion to power of Radicalism in North
.Carolina. It is therefore the sacred duty
fif every citizen who has any interest in
promoting the walfare of the people of his
own State, or who desires to see the whites
protected from degrading association with
an inferior race, to wot from now until
lha day of election and then deposits his
vote against every Radical that may offer,
no matter how mild or temporate he may
profess to be.
Jn the second place, it is of great im
jh nance that oar best men are selected as
delegates, and that an iguorant oema
rogues, would-be candidates, and seekers
after the position, be cast aside before the
,uV died for making nominations. Jf the
i w - ' -
people head these two thing, the work o
fiiurto will not only be began, bat assur-
t1 I T 1 1 1 . I . J 1 --- "-"""h"-"
wenerair.. uonnson there was oue modes of doing business as these new
n.MK ki Wo a . I . . 1 . a I
PrMu.u.pg m.mary expeuiuons in the and extraordinary facilities differ frotd
country east of the Cattahoochie river the old facilities. Mav th. old.tin...
Ifiat was the best consideration obtained reaper. with reap hook in hand, enter
or the surrender of armies, arms. muni th fifld .urain.t ih n,,,vn ....
tions and manunp.tnriai in that imn I l .
. u iuat o.-viuu, i np "Biirnriul llinr 11 a Mn' Lr um. r. rm
it article that h aIj! II T ml II 3 tktla UlStll ti.ti'i'iM "I lint --. - 4
the brigade of cavalry, by which I was and sensible men are engaged in it;" may
yw . ' . " wm.j ne cry out "ruinous," and not expect to
freely taking from the unprotected, pec be laughed at; or stand in the way and
pmiue "e wnicn was lett to them for not be tramnled henath th hard hnnf nf
flttASM Kit. ...- nnr. .I-.. 1-1 --
" V, BUUDT B' x . iae eiaie" ron or 8leel dr'ven by steam or horse
TtiJr? .6 ! power! So then may you expect in these
uceu wiu, W uie eneci maiJL wave to reveraa th new Uw nf iro.U
was carrying ,iu wagons millions of specie and restore the old. Trade more readily
to tbe South, and, therefore, we are left adnt it,if to .. a ... ..-..
to eouclude. was made that expedition in U than you can coerce it into unnatural
Vlnatlf.il nt t ha nirrcemont nt c ... ...... A It . . -. .
T.ki . r Ti n. 'ugvuwr coaneis, or m obedience to laws sgainst
Though the story of the millions of specie it8 intereSt. You may build railvoads.
id tinvv an -nil tort h. an.. u .... . . '
mm " ..i-.i J WMJ5I-M UUC1 Uitlli IU
have been a fiction, the admission is made
l k iii i
.u sueii leruiB as wouia lead the reader to whil8t it is admitted that these advantages
suppose 1 bad been travalme with waeon Rr. in tkmilv.. uoii ;m .... .i
dnVuTo'l-4 r fcWn valuabUs' if " cheaper market
dollars of specie in a valwe. But neither than yours within convenient reach, trade
aupposuion wouia De true. 1 had reeen- wiU fiow ont and. away from you by the
tlv loinnd I ho vratrnn train mm.A - 1 . I . . . J ' J
K HZ T ; l . j , ery means by which you invited it.
Uleave it when captured; my only bag- I conclusion it bj occurred to
gage was a valise, which was packed on that the beat noaihl thin-, tb.r
: i-Unce, could
f w ."y-o-ivi -uii 9 v uecis were in a
pair ot saddle bags beiongjug to Secretary
lieagan. Whether that money ever
reached the United States Treasury Mr.
Reagan, from which it was taken, may
be able to learn after he shall have as
FOB S ALE!
Salisbury, N C.
JOHN W. MAUNEY, Agt.
for Dr. John L. Henderaon.
May 13,1875 tf.
Spring Stock 187S.
ri will ran licrhter. It will turn vour land better. It will
you less to keep it in order, thsn any other Plow you bare ever
We will furnish you Points one year for one plow in ordinary Und for i
i t ..t. .' i i r .: I Dt-
TOO Day TOUT Diarnmun ao inc mmr '"i tout hi-..vniunc j ww i
t Fir - . . i . i ii
Webavajmn rasur jreni muruiin in rrer :
All we ask of you is. Try it, and then if you don't like it bring it beak
be refunded to you.
WE WARRANT EVERY PLOW.
MERONEY & BRO.
Salisbury, N. C . April 1, 1975 tf.
120 Bags Coffee,
50 Barrels Sugsr,
A A It Unl.....
A r TT lr l r . . I "JU'ar"" "
xwo norae una cneap .or caan app.v 10 60f)0 h. BaCQn 2fj00 ,b8
w ' , - , i
June lot i times.
Raleigh, IV. .
The only l l.i.i l K. i i.u WbtKLI in
the South. Eight pages. Forty columim, Con
taining more reading matter than any weekly
pnhlihed in the Southern state.
The hrat nnmber of the HOUTHKKN IL
LUSTRATED AGE will be issued on
Saturday, 26th day of Jane, 1875
The Publisher intends making it an illu
strated record of the times. It will treat of
every topic. Political, Historical. Literary, and
Scientific, which is of current interest, and gives
the best illustrations that can be obtained, orig
inal or foreign.
The SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AGE
will be printed on new type, and heavy book
On its list of contributors will be found tbe
names of many of the beat writers in tbe South.
Serial and ahort stories, poems and aketches,
and well conducted editorial department, giv
ing the latest personal, literary, scientific, polit
ical, religious and commercial intelligence,
will furnish everv week mn amount of readine
j matter unsurpassed by other papers, in excel-
1 lonno ami variptu Tl ! intpn-tpn tn matt tho
do to keep up trade for themselves, would
be to encourage, by all means in their
power, the producing interests of the
surrounding country. A high state of
development in this direction would nec
essarily imply a ; number
SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AGE
nal for the fireside t several columns will be
2000 lbs. Best Sugar Cured Hams,
20 K"gs Soda,
20 Boat a
50 " Adamantine Candles,
40 " Soap, 2000 lbs. Carolina Rice,
30 Cases Oysters,
20 do Brandy lVaebe,
20 do Lemon Syrup,
20 do Fresh Peaches,
10 do Pine Apples,
10 do Smoking Tobacco.
25 Gross Snuff, 25 Coi's Cotton Jc Jnte
40 dnz. Painted Pails,
40 Boxes Assorted Candy,
100 Beams Wrapping Paper,
A full line or Wood Will, n ware,
A full line of Hoots & Shoes (very cheap),
A full line of Hats,
A full line of Saddles t Bridle?, Salt. Pepper,
(linger. 8pice, Canned Good. Royal Baking
Powders. Cigars. Tobacco, Crockery, Kerosene.
Tanners Machine Oils, 4c , dew
The above stock was bought since the late
heavy decline in prices, and is offered at Whole
sale fc Ketail at rorj short profits, tor oasb.
BINGHAM 4 CO.
June 3rd 1873.
Cli0rr. i . . MJi
-it ffo)nPt l . l
specially devoted to all subjects
domestic and social hfe.
No family ah odd be withoot it.
Subscription price only $2 per annum. Post
age free. j
R. T. FULGHUM, Editor,
Raleigb, N . C
A BEAUTIFUL METALIC GRATE C0TIB1K&
Is now offered to every oue interested in beautifying aad pretexting the graves
their deceased relatives.
They are made in four slaes, with a variety of styles, ranging in price Its"
to W0, according tn sise and style. Can be painted any color desired,
galvauixed to soil the taste of purchasers. A galvauiaed plate, containing whale11
inscription parties desire, is furnished with aeh mound free o charge.
TH 55 HANDSOME DECORATION
is offered at such prices as to place it within reach of all. We invite the
and public generally to call and examine for themselves.
specimen can b seen at J. A. ttamsay s office.
O. PLYLER, At.
Salisbury, N. C.Awg. , 1874 T
No. 1. Heivy plow 8hoes at 1160 worth 1230.
.. ' Wiimpn Khof t SlO" IfiA At ITr.
Ladies Embroidered Slipper i at 100 worth 1 Ker0Seiie and Solilie Oil
MWUI0 1 r " w va v M m m V
Ladies Croouet 81 i oners at tl25 worth tSOO.
Ladies Cloth Gaiters t 1 17. wnrth !50, At Reduced Price at VT8S'
Ladies Cloth Gaits rs at worth 1300,
A large lot of Children Bboesjjrw ehnp. g u Xcrooey Ac Bra.
30cts WILL BUT
A gallon of the Bast IT H
mar drug mobs.
5e' to Metoaey A Bee's,