The Salisbury ornet Bad is doing the ma-
pjrt of tbf uaviuaun vuih vummence-
T-provtmenU :-Th Odd Fellow, of
- - J Lm Mala Aninl
Jortl uubi i u
The Masonic celebration which wu to have
taken place to-day haa been postponed till the
2'd of July. There will be
address, a banquet and a general good time.
Members of neighboring Lodges will be here
and a grand re-onion of the members of the
oldest and greatest Brotherhood in the
Oh ! enviable, early days,
When dancing thoughtless
To oare, to guilt unknown !
now 1 it exenange tor riper limes,
One evening not long since, a small party of
will take place.
He contraated the duty of a minister
and a parent. Both will bo held to a Tory
grave accountability at the day of judge
ment And if either faUs in his duty, the
punishment will be terrible bnt the pun
ishment of the recreant parent will be even
" TZtTT!: than that of aoch a miniaur-becan. T Respectfully
lover tbe good old times, when they were young, - . . , ,. . . 1 that I can fu
inform the dtiaens of 8ali
At t-. . m . v Ml
IX. U. graven, or Trinity College, will deli v I of their pleasures and amusements, and pining . ' . 7 r- - inches thick at S cents pet lb. Ico House
the addacaa. I fnr h ,l.r. nfim mrein ThnM v.r. Out I "to bring up his cbildron in the nur- 1 opened ererr morning.
er the address.
, for those day of Joy again. There
of us in this party, all about the
quired "to bring up I
tore and admonination of the
, opened eTery morning.
oi us in mis party, an aeout use same aga, ana
excellent Probate Judge "it so happened all remembered the burial of Ooa n requires us do what is impossible
ileigh within the last six red roo3tr, which occurred long years A child should bo trained aa a christian froir
Xkeloog litigated caae of Jenkins heirs vs
tafji and Roberta, Executors, has at last boon
i.:..k makers are inrited to examine the
Lrtiaent in this paper, soliciting bids for
molding brick for me. Asyium hih.
fclUburr is represented among the graduates
n Dsridson College this year by Mess. John
. . . .. mL!..i j
Whitehead and Boot. uans. aar. u nueueaa
delivers the salutatory.
Mf xhos. E. Brown and J. W. Wadsworth
hare purchased the old Mansion House stable
Jot, and will, we learn, shortly erect s nanosome
tod commodious livery stable upon it.
We learn from our
that he has sent to Raleigh
months nearly six hundred dollars, collected
by Magistrates and the Sheriff in criminal
proceedings. This money as the law now stands
is required to be set aside for school purpose
but while it does tery little good in that way
it is a great drain upon the county and ought not
to be takenoot of it. It should be left in the
counties to defray the expense of prosecuting
criminal cases, keeping up public roads, and
the like ; and we hope the law governing the
matter will be repealed, so that these fines may
be kept at home.
ago. when none of the party were oter6 or 7 its very infancy. It should ho brought to
years of age. I Will tell you as nearly baptism shortly after its birth and thereto
as possible about the funeral of the old
Of course we children bad a little grave yard,
it was in size about three feet by four, enclosed
with shingles driven in the ground. As the
old rooster Was dead, mama proposed that we
should bury him in oar grave yard. This was
Notice to creditors.
made "member of Christ the el lid of Ood
ii ... . m o m . .
and inheritor of the Kingdom of Heaven." nT7 g'nst tne e-tate
- wuut w im"i urwi nounea to exmoit the same to tbe undersigned
THEO. F. KLTJTTZ.
The bridge a cross the branch between this
nlscsand McNeely't Mill, ie down. 8ome-
boJ.r had better look out, and especially those
who have charge of such matters. -
Hymenial- In another column will be
own child by adoption and grace, it will
prize exceedingly its privilege. The young
son of the Prince of Wales would not part
tbo very thing we wanted, she could not have his birth-rigbt as heir presumptive to
pleased us better, we immediately prepared a British Crown for alt the wealth in tbe
funneral paper and sent it to our little neigh- world. How much higher a Christian child
bora, it read thus: I values its title to the kingdom of Heaven :
Parents ought to act their children holy ex
amples by leading pure and Qodly lives.
"Our Big Red Rooster died last night, wo
found the notice of the marriage of our young will bury him this evening at 4 o'clock, be sure If tbey do their whole duty in this world so
friend Daniel Miller, to one of Salisbury', and come. P. 8 We will catch the other that when they come to die they can feel the
muni unarming uauguicrn, .urns ranuc
The marriage was at the residence of Capt.
i chickens and tie a black string round their legs.
so they will be mourning by the time you get
Thos. B. Beall, and was quite a recherche affair, here, bring that old tin pan, and tell Jim to be
gotten up in that elegant style, and character
ised by that hospitable grace for which Capt-
Beall and his accomplished lady are noted.
The young couple took the night train for the
Northern cities, and we trust that the pleasures
of their bridal tour, may be bnt the foretoken
Ws regret that we were not in the office when
I Dr. Eugene Greasom and Capt. C. B. Denor
of the Western Asylum Building Commission
etllsd last Tuesday.
Mr Theo. F. Klnttz, Druggist, has made
mm decided changes for the better in hia store.
Hsoow hsa the finest Drug Store between
I Richmond and Atlanta.
Pic-Nic : Lat Wednesday afternoon a
tUct party of young ladies and gentlemen, in
I fashion array and on pleasure bent drove out
I to the residence of W. S. Negus, Esq. and pic-aiced.
The lecture-room of the First Presbyterian
Church, has just been furnished with the mod
ern reversible back seats, and other convenien
ce, to adapt it specially to the wants of the
Attention is invited to the advertisement of
Wood Lsnd Academy. This school is situated
in a healthy section of country and among good
people. Mr. Geo. R. McNeill is a thoroughly
competent and efficient teacher.
are and briLg his big pop-gun, as we want to
have a miiitary tuneral.slip your ma's black
veil if you can, bring some bread and things in
your pocket and we can have a little party af-
tei the funerel."
Accordingly at the appointed time, our visi-
eonscioosness of a well spent life, their re
ward in the world to come will be life ever
lasting. And groat will be that reward.
Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither
have entered into, the heart of man, tho
things which God hath prepared for thorn
that love Him.
on or before the lith day of May, 1876. And
all persona indebted to said estate are requested
to settle promptly.
M. & FRALEY.
Administrator of J. H. Fraley, dee'd.
Salisbury, N. C. May 13. 1875 ftw.
An Alumnus of Davidson College, bearing
excellent testimonials from all parts of North
Carolina ; and also rrom Texas and Kentucky,
where he has been teaching, desirea to secure
position for the ensuing year as teacher in a
moral community, where the advantage of an
education are duly appreciated.
Also be is desirous of securing employment
of any honorable kind for the next three months.
Js a good scribe.
Address, J. N. H. 8TJUMERELL.
Salisbury, N. C.
May 27, 1875. 1 mo.
Wholesale V Rr t ill D
To Me chants, House
keepers, Young Folks,
uia xoLK8, Smokers, Pain
ters, Farmers, Grangers,
ituu .every c
Whenever yes) aosjl
of a pleasant and prosperous jouiney through tors came and brought every thing they could
get their hands on. They wore quite amused
to see all the chickons with their legs tied to
getber sitting about the box on which the old
June 19th 1875,
Agreeably to public notice previously given,
AN ENGLISH, CLASSICAL, MATH
EM A TI C A L, AND SCIENTIFIC
Vinerv r E. H MARSH has BeiDer sitting aooutine oox to wuicn uie oia njiwwi; w uiic oouce previously given,
Uvietu in his machine shop in the foor had been laid out, and began to langh a portion of the voters of said Township met at SCHOOL, FOR MALES AND F KM ALES,
forth Wardof the town, some of the finest tit.but they stopped it when the dinner bell Franklin Academy at 1 o'clock P. M, and the Kev. II. M. Browk, A. B. Principal.
and best machinery we have seen in the Sooth.
His new planer works like magic, completing
the work of dressing and tonguing and groov
ing most perfectly. He has also a mould cut
ting machine of the latest style, making mould
ing of any size and pattern desired. The beau
tiful finiah of the work pateing through these .j QuL
machines is the chief attraction. He has also
a number of other machines in his shop and
Brass Foundry, all driven by a sixteen horse
power, steam engine, turning out work in wood,
iron and brass in a very superior manner
began to toll. The rooster was then placed on meeting organized by appointing S. S. Trott
the little wagon and the procession headed by
the biggest-boy, for the preacher, and a girl,
Chairman and W. R. Fraley Secretary.
By request of the chairman, H. C. Boat ex-
who tolled the bell, moved slowly towards the plained the object of the meeting.
We had the pleasure of a call from onr young
friend of the Oxford Torch LiglU, W. A. Davis,
IK. Mr. D. is one of the handsomest as well
at the roungest editors int!.c Slate. He is not
laurried, though he Las been to the mountains.
Arrangements' have been made by the
Uiws for ex-Gov. Vance to deliver his
celebrated lecture on the .Scattered Na
tions, iu the city of Philadelphia, some
time io Sept. next. I
R. R 0. Anniversary.
Mondav last beine tbe first anniversary of
the revival of the .Rowan Rite Guardt, that
company celebrated it in handsome s'yle. In
full uniform, with drums beating and ensign
waving, they marched through Main St., with
true soldierly tread and bearing, the observed
of all observers. At the Boyden House they
were joined by the Salisbury Silver Cornet Band,
which headed the company, and to the inspir
ing strains of the "Rifie Guard Quickstep" eom
nosed for the original company tn days lane
syne they passed down Main St., to the field
for tareet practice. The shootine was very
creditable. The first prize was awarded to Mr
Matt. Weant. and the second to Wilburn Fra
ley Esq , both silver cnp4. At night the com
pany sat down to a magnificent supper, spread
by mine host Linton at the Boyden House,
which ended the celebration. Everything pass
ed off pleasantly, and we t rust that each indi
vidual member of the company may live to en
joy many more such anniversary occasions.
far end of the garden where the burial grodnds
were located. When we arrived, the rooster
was placed in the grave which left his head
Tbe preacher then asked that a
hymn should be snng after which he conducted
the burial service. Then standing aside he mo
tioned tbe others to do the military honors,
then the pop-guns, tin pans and bones, came
into lull play. Tbe bell was tolled, and we
resumed our march to the house. This was all
done in a most solemn manner, most of us cry
ing. The girls leaned the boys their aprons,
woo wore toem as masons, with big paper
master hats for the military part.
We then spread the table for the little party
on tbe box that we had just taken tbe rooster
Thus we spent tbe evening, as happy as we
mortals ever are in this world of sorrow. Alas !
some tbat joined in those scenes of mirth are
gone, and ere long we who remain will fol
low. What is life, but a day.
Mr. L. P. Schkrer, Assistant.
The next Session of this handsomely located
Institution will commence Aug. 2nd, 18 o
The course of instruction will be thorough and
practical. This Institution is located but four
miles North of Salisbury on the new Mocksville
On motion a ballot was then had to obtain
tfrnrmuinn nftlia nkni.. .!.: T I ' I DOlleS
.... r road, in a healthy countrv. Tuition is as fol
- erx ndidilos f -aia. ..,.- U - . ' a. .
lows: fl.OO, 51,50, 02,00, 0,50, 53.00, and
$4.00 per month, according to tbe Stage of advancement.
Board can be had in highly respectable fam-
i im mt fmn, T (Ml tn Q HO nnr mnnih Am
vn mouoD, u was agreed tbat all voters pres- ple facilities afforded to young men who wish to
two canuMiates to represent Kowan county in
the State Convention, which resulted in the
selection of Hon. Burton Craige and John S.
ent at this meeting, at the time of the adoption board themselves. For further particulars ad-
dress Kev. rt. M. BnUVYPi,
Salisbury, Rowan Co., N. C
May 276 tms. Fd.
Sort and Clean. We learn from a corn
dealer here tbat the Western farmers are in the
Household Magazine The May No. on habit of sorting and cleaning the com tbey send
this Magazine is on our table. It is a little be
hind in point of time, but not in literary ex-
locllences. The present number contains many
Ipod things, and is illustrated by a handsome
portrait of Col. Thos. Buffi n.
The Western N C Railroad was sold last
ITuesday according to appointment. It was bid
loffby Senator Merrimon for creditors at $825,-
1000. The State irot it afterwards, however t
IMerrimon'a bid. We hope now to see it com
rerionai : His Excellency Gov. C. H.
Brogden, lions. A. S. Merrimon, K. T. Arm-
to market yellow, white, or 'strawberry" corn
are all kept separate, and thoroughly cleaned
of cobs and trash. It is also graded, so that
when you order bread corn, they will send you
nothing but perfect grains, the small and scrag
gy grains at the end of each ear having been
cut off to be classed with stock feed.
This classification and ipainstaking on the
part of the Western farmers is ha ving its effect
on corn dealers in the South, to the prejudice
and damage of the Southern farmers who gen
orally pay no attention to such matters. One
gentleman in South Carolina, a miller, who
formerly bought heavy lots in this place, now
draws his supplies (3,000 bushels at a purchase)
from the West, where he can have his orders
LAST SUNDAY'S SERMONS.
The Resurrection of the Dead
of this motion, be, and are hereby appointed
delegates to represent this Township in the
county Convention which meets in Salisbury
on the first Saturday of July, and that they be
instructed to cast the vote of this Township for
the candidates above named, and to stand by
them as long as there is a probability of their
nomination. The delegates aooointed are the
following, vuc, H. C. Boat, H. G. Miller, T.
F. Lord. A. Shufina. W. A. Thorn. M F
Hunt, W G McNeely, Jno. Fisher, W M Kin-
caid, W A Lenta, Wilson Trotte, John Eagle
and S 8 Trott.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
W. R. Fraley, . 8 8- Trott,
r. twranger no 1 In reply to
Kuiuh.us ' publish, d in last weeks issue of
the Watchman You make one great poiut
for yourself and Kuiuious to wit : What is
the amount made by direct orders for goods
and who gets H ? From your figures I get
tli. r..H.vM.:n .....1 . inn .1
."r iumining icauit iuu u me KiWfst per
AttbeFibstPresbytkbiamChubch, Rev et. 300 the highest you set dowu as saved to
J. Doll, of Reidsville North Carolina, preached fanners who order, at tbe same t ime von ad
an aoie ana eaecuve sermon irom joun v cn.
28, and 29, verses. "For the hour is coming in
which all that are in the graves shall hear His
voice, and shall come forth; they that have
done good unto the resurrection of life, and
and they that have done eyil unto the resurrec
tion of damnation."
The words of the text
important truth, one woicn lies at tbe very
foundation of the Christ ian Religion For if
h Mkw - H BsBm
sjrything in the way of
If yon want the beat articles for tbe
least money, go to
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
10.000 papers warranted fresh and genoine
just received from Landreth, Buist, Ferry,
Briggs, and Johnson, ic Robbing, At
5 cents a Paper. Liberal discount
to country merchants at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8T0BE.
25 bbus, Rosf, Goodrich & Pebb-
lbss, Jrsx Rfceived at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Aliiiittratir's Hoto ti Cretitn. .
persona ha viae claims arainst the a
UU of P4ix D. Ckxlfr!'-. drrwa4. sgsm
to exhiKtt tho aaaast u
l!fgP or Wkre the 14th day
May 187. M4 all rrsont indowted t
are rvovvtre to avltle swosnptly.
8. A. LOWBAKCC: AAs.i ia t
r or ru i. cudfcriu-r sw
May 13. 187 6ws. pi.
ATTORi: Vs AY LAW
Solirilsrs ii i
8pecial attention paid to proceed-
lag ia Bukroptcay.
1 florae Shuttle Srvirif Mscluate, la
runainf order, with ul.l end' all
nsrorea far sale for $24. ApdIt si
Charles Lamb, Rs say 1st, denounced all
amriiaous llqoon as " ei ir ,tif Poor
fellow ; b knew whereof hf .pake, by and ex-
f srtuioe, and if hvm, would apply the saaM
to Alcoholic Eacitanta, adrerttaed as Cur alia.
Krt there is em Tonic and A hers tire in exist
sweeihe beat taw world haa erer known
which contain no alcohol. It i Da. Val
BBaVaCAnroajTiA Viasaaa BiTrxaa. 4w
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS.
A Urge stock, warranted Extra cleaned.
r resb Be Genuine, at lnw prices at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
To Country Merchants
I have the larfeei stock of Drugs,
Dyes, Grocers Drugs &c, in Western
Carolina, and am now prepared to sell at
Baltimore Prices, thus savins
you tbe freight. Special attention to bot
tling Essences, Laudanum, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster Sweet Oil &c. Write
for prices, to
;thbo. p. kluttz druggist?
Salisbury, N. C.
Flavoring ExtracU, Essence, Spices,
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye8tnffs,
Toilet and Lsondfy Soaps, Lye, Matches,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys dec, a!
ways on band of best quality at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
House & Lot for Sale !
The House and Lot on the corner of Main
and Bank Su. recently occopied by Mr. Ann
Brown, is offered for sale. This ia among tho
Qost raluable property in Halubory, mad ia
conveniently situated in the buaineaa pert of
the town. Persona dewirinjr further iniforma
lion can obtain it by calling on or com mam ea
ting with either of the undersigned.
Also the undersigned offer for ale 700 acres
of land lying on the N. C. R. R, two miles
East from Salisbury. This land will be sold ia
lots if desired.
Also 10S acrea eight miles West from 8alav
bory on tbe Beaiica ford road. Thia ia nearly
all well Umbered land. Farther information
given on application.
Tei aaa reasonable.
(Salisbury, N. C.
JOHN W. MAUNEY. Agt.
for Dr. John I. lUml.r,
May Ig, 1875 tf.
mil mat a tew articles may cost them the
same they would have to pay for them here
of perhap a little more. Then aeoordin to
your statement, we will pat the profits a
little lower than an average, so we will say
for you that the paofita are 175 per et : which
contain aetartlin and n?We Prt of qationwho gets
ih He. at th vpr v I answer is plain the farmer who
m m mm ...w - w - -mr- w I
orders, saves that amount. In other words. I
Offer the best selection of Jewelry to be
ound in Western North Carolina, Consisting of
LADIES' A GENTS' GOLD WATCHES
Gold Opera and Test Chain,
the dead rise not then is Christ not raise,!, and f 01,1,168 that nt of percentage, on bis SILVER If ARE, GOLD PENS, dte.
his death is vain, and all our preaching, and
all our hopes of Heaven worse than vain. It
money. v nat does all this imply ! that
me granger should order all their aroods
They are agents for the celebrated Diamond
Spectacles and Eye Olasses. Manufactur
ta important then that we should have clear direct from Northern merechants thereby UJ from Minute Crystal PEBBLES
well founded views upon this subject, and our dome away with home merchants and middle)
Wd, Win. A. Smith' Thos. Ruffin, Robert filled just as he desires.
wrange, Jas. T. Robinson, J. T. Henry, Robt.
Simenton and O. P. Erwin. Eons.. Dr. W. W-
Tttilk.. I ..1 .1 . .
Hm umer penile men ot note were in
Ue city en Tuesday last.
it is said that the citizens of Boston
We mention these facts for the benefit of
farmers in this section, to most of whom it is
probably news. And yet it must appear to
those who bring corn to market tbat there is a
good deal of slovenness in the preparation of it.
Bits of cobs, silks, and other trash, corn of
various colors with all the rotten, scraggy, and
chaffy grain at each end of tbe ear, allowed to
ntelligent faith in the resurrection of tbe dead
.a a tm
can out nave a soiotarv mnoence upon our
ives. Aa we die, so shall we rise, and as we
rise so shall we be judged, to lift or to damna
don. The Day of Judgment will be a startling
one to many. There the murderer shall be
confronted by his victim, the seducer by her
he haa wronged, the oppressor shall hear the
witness against bim of those whom he has op
pressed, and all misdoings shall then stand out
bested very kindly the Southerners who
"sited that city recently on the event oi go into such an extent as to render it impossible
Centennial of Bunker Hill But wc
don't know that tkt ia
" - wmmwmw IMNVU V WU U IW Wf I
0out. Are not the Snilthernera full v tha
quals of the Bos ton ions ?
"are mtifted to learn that a hieh aehnnl
It., m 71. -
,or ys will be opeajed in the citv about the
Ml of September. The orincinal will h
- - 1 E " wa.
wick, who haa lately occupied the chair of
' u,m,tlc, in N c college. He is a gen
laun of undoubted scholarship and ability
to make nice meal for table use. Bread Meal
is sometimes brought here from Northern and
Western mil Is, and the difference between it and
that generally made by our mi Hera is astonish
ing, and all the result of a little care on the one
hand, and sloveness on the other. But the
time is coming when millers will require the
olassificatUTh described to above, and our farmer
will find their interest in a compliance.
- r Sevan years, will doubtless establish
cbool that will be a honor to the place.
Lunatic AsYLCMtDr. M. Whitehead.
Dr. Eugene Grissom, and Capt. C. B. Den
U lea('Br anil Login. U-.I ! r . ok,. V, Q lnin Lvotlnv Vin K.-an.!.
t i wv m,mj mil experience oi I p ' " 11 .. v vnu nwinug viauvu
Lunatic Asylum, have returned, having at
last satisfactorily accomplished their difficult
task. The site selected is on Ferree 's
Hill, overlooking the beautifnl Lake Louise.
about three fourths of a mile from the depot
at Morgan ton, and commanding a view o
he beautiful mountain range. The position
which was selected by Dr. Whitehead, is a
Fin- .H.J .. . .
- Tcctmens or wheat are to be seen at
, SaHlvaa A J&'s. It was raised, we
rn b7 M. L. Chunn, of thin county, from
cues mat he haa Brown for twentv five
He has been very careful in saving his
however, and ha U imnwwmA it... beautiful one. and possessed of all the natnr
, . . ' " ' I s
xhaaled the varieties. No hotter mrwi. al advantages desirable. The plan selected
- i w ucre, ana iney snow l lor wc uuiiuiuga io mu luif-vwug uuvkuu wui-
much depends on being careful in prescrv prehends all ttoe modem i improvements and
rineiieed. An. .. u. i j .
TT" w mtmnj u u- iniprorcu in
I " wy. Snd m. :.t. At.. j
Itjt. " T wuiaic wuu me aeeo
I ailn aoundina name. nflrPiw1 fnr 1.
- . - JVI-
person Mitchell, of the State.
,H laaflhaW Ai-,-i-A i - t ....
'P on amount of big advanced aga, after
' leag and worthly worn the, ermine.
WtS a son.KttU ta .1... T...i:
1 w.w mm M W IU IUC IkUUl
e&np as to who shall be his successor, as
Ppotnting power is with the Governor.
prehends all tbe modern improvements
appliances. I be rroutage win be nine
hundred feet the central building four stories
high, with a dome forty feet in height, and
wings on either side two and three stories
high. The accommodation will be for three
hundred patients, besides tbe refractory ward
and rooms fur the attendants. The buildings
will be thoroughly ventilated, lighted with
gas, and supplied in every part with pare
fresh water, brought by pipes from the head
waters of Hunting Creek four miles away
Vi'iVi vill innnU itiMa Vinnrlrttri thousand
r .. . . i . "... t j ...
iy, F. J. Dula, of Wilkes, and cratlnna dallv. nif.h nratnr nr head of one
hundred feet. ; The estimated cost for the
entire work of building, furnishing complete
6c is three hundred thousand dollars. This
iVi Welles of Iredell are th- ..nir.m.
' 'orehes will prohablv be the aueceafnl
. m ...
' "Qd tsmnvh Vio U nnr i.r;ti;... . i.
Ii BarSaV ti
mm ..iv uit .
I'HIIHT. am DAUMUl intno mnmA ... r
iita-". : r aw i wnit oe one oi
ttoas for tbe position,
men ! very good ! virtually making war on
our Home people, "the merchants" and
constituting each farmer his own merchant.
As a Granger of one year in good standing
and a farmer all iny life, I am able to any
you have placed the order in a false position
befoie the public. As I understand our
Granger Constitution there is not a si ogle ar
ticle in it tbat will sustain you on the other
I hand it is aarw45. t . 1 T" a- e
.r.;nBl lUir nom.lr.Ura T .At ... . lira K.t " wu u H PWU CUgUSn SS POSl-
bbj wivn jvi vviutviu. aWmmm w aw mm. w w . . . t w
in death and the judgment we shall have not ,HW:Dl nu Parpw of tbe order is
fears but hope.
At the Methodist Episcopal Chtkcii'
t Via Par T ,at V C ru vr f, rr) nMuhftil a
V w . V . . . V ... V 1 .. IVI u. M M w I . mm.
practical but cntertainine sermon, from the inn "Merchant, have been making their
text. "Charitv never faileth." I. Corin
to wage war upon no one orany branch of busi
ness, rather to bnild them a p. Further if 175
per ct. is saved to the f.rmer by direct orders.
thians ziii. chap, part of 8 verse.
Tbe literal meaning of the word charity
is alms-giving, but tbe scriptures use it in
per ct. ott of us which I know is not the
ease, and 1 can substantiate the fact and if
you, Mr. Granger No. 1. will offer the Mer
chante at large in this State 15 per ct. elerr
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and
warranted ii months, charges as low as consis
ts n I with good work.
store on Main street, z doors above National
2p . 1874 ly.
A FORTUNE nr IT
41 it. Isold by Agents.
;ER Erie. Pa.
--err family boy
Address, O. 6. WAL
$f)n Daily to Agenta. 85 new articles
tp&u and iheheM Kailr Taper in Al
with two 96.09 C'romo. free. AM.M FU CD,
m am a -
For fnif Laiie M Gentlemen
Fine Perfumeries,- Elrgaat Soaps, Cosme
tics, Soaps, achoqs, Toilet Sets, Vaaes,
Hair, and Teeth Brashes, Pocket Books
ice, ia endless variety at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8T0BE.
$10 TO SSDO i"ve.ted n WaU 81
tone A pare book explaininjr ererrthiasT
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anu ooppr oi me w an ueei nrru-w. i
A CO.. ltaokera and
Brokers. 72 Broadway New York.
Cigars flii yoi Say ?
Ub yes, we nave mem at all prices
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and eaa sell
a f a
tbem by too box at joDnns pnses. our
celebrated S ptnt PECULIAR
CIGAE is acknowledged the best io the
KLUTTV8 DRUG STORE.
W aay tad ever? klsS, P- .mr tfsBfifl
rJciiiaw i www ataasa
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no such restricted sense. It is essentially fu ou money invested in goods
Zone love to Cod and love to our fellow- Wi" ,n eTery 0l
a . a m a
men. And on these two, says our navior.
hang all the Law and the Prophets
our faith and our salvation. Charity is ex
feel well paid for their work. As I understand
Mr. Ruinious, he does not object to Gran
gers or any other organisation ordering goods
I m.m mmm.X. U : .t. 1 ' ...
pressly declared to be the crowning virtue of ' . " " " u wmj neeu m qnnm.es
virtues, the keystone of the triple arch, the rt001 . " . Rt tb'8 mUi 11x9
cbiefest of the three great pillars of ehris
tianity Faith. Hope, and charity. Without
pie at largo have for sending the money to a
foreign market instead of letting their own
it there is no salvation. St. Paul says, under hm P606 handle lt -nd Profits--
the direct prompting of the Holy Spirit,
'Though I have faith so that I could remove
Mountains, aod though I give my body to
be burned, and all my goods to the poor.
yet if I have not chanty, I am as nothing
am become as a sounding; brass Ace." Mere
alms-giving, mere outward service of God,
will not avail. We must feel and exereise
deep and abiding chanty, in its broadest
scriptural sense , or all our works will amount
St. John's Lutheran Church, was
closed on account of the Pastor's absence.
At St. Luke's (Episcopal) Chcsch, the
Rev. F. J. Murdoch, Rector, preached from
Eph. vi. 4,
"And, ye fathers, provoke not your chil
dren to rath : but bring them np in th
nurture aad adomioation of the Lord."
The sermon was one of the very beat we
over heard Mr. Murdoch deliver and a
bounded la many passages of beauty aad
eloquence we shall wot attempt to do any
he grandest charities in the thing more than briefly state bis line of argu-
Lan't Mr. Granger No. 1 tell us a iittl
about tbe money our people have been bor
rowing from Northerly Merchants through
their agents Sooth at 12and 18, per et. Let's
hear from you on that point.
GRANGER No. 2.
On the 20th of Jane, 1875, by the Rev. H.
M. Brown, at the residence of the brides father,
Mr. Samuel L. Can up and Miss Prances Box
ana Victoria Denton, all of Rowan Co.
In Charlotte, on the 15th inst., Annie
Yancey, only child of Dr. J. H. and Mrs.
Sallie McAden, aged 9 months
Io the same, on the 15th inst.. Mrs. Eliaa
Holton one of the oldest citizens of Char
Tn Port If ilia R T M tli Otk nflnu IO?
Mr. William A. Wright, aged 53 years and 3
month. The deceased leaves a wtfc end fear
children to mourn his loss.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded day or
night by experienced, and skillful Druggist,
with neatness and despatch. To Ministers of
the Gospel I will sell ii considerably below my
JNO. H. ENNISS, Druggist.
Next to Meroney ABro.
GREAT BARGAIN 8T0RE.
Tbe undersigned take pleasure in infvming
their customers and the commanity at large
that they are now in rocepts of a large stock of
Sprina and Summer G od selected with great
care and direct from the Eastern markets con
sist:ug in part of all kinds of Dry 0oods No
Which then are determined to sell low dawn
for cash. Highest Cash prices paid for all kinds
of Country produce. Our plan is
Quick Sales and small
and we believe tbat tbe public will find
it to their interest to call ana examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HO TROUB I to SHOW GOODS.
We -beg to return our thanks lor past
patronage and hope by fair dealing
strict attention to business to merit
continuance of the same.
MeCUBBIXS, DEAL & JULIAN.
April 1, 1875. tf.
PURE WINKS & LIQUORS for
medical and church purposes always on
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8T0BE.
has established itself aa a perfect rrgnlatorsss
sure remedy lor diord.rii ol the ejMem
from improper actwm of tbe Liver and 1
IT IS NUT A PHTSIC. b it. by umi
toe secretive orrac. ai-nllr and aradoailv
removes all imparities, and regulates the ear
It is sot a txctobkd strrKss. bnt ia a
VE6ETA BE TONIC
wLicb assista digestion, and t bos stimulate taw
appetite for food necessary to invigorate taw
weakened or inactive organ, and gives strength
to all tbe vital force.
It cab bibs its owx BcCoumesdatiom, aa
the large snd rapidly icrreaMng a!es testify
Price Ore Dollar a bVttlc Ak vonr draccis.
for it. JoH58To5 Hollow at d Co. Phils- Pat
Astral Oil 50 cents per
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Only 15 cents a box ! Warrranted or
money refunded. After years of experi
menting, I bare at last found tbe Great
Remedy tor Chills, Fever ft Agne, Ac ,
aad can confidently recommend U to ass;
friends and the pnjblie. Try It.
Finest Teas in the mark
ets Put up in air tight,
Ub cans, 26 per cent less
than usual Prices at
KLUTT8 DRUG STORE.
Tjc abort whenever yon want Prescrip
tions carefully prepared, or need anything
usually kept ia a first class Drm Store.
aad want to be certain of getting jast
what too call for, and of being politely
aad, promptly served . Be sate to call est
or send to v
THEO. P. KLUTTZ, Dstroorrr
: SiMsiniT, If. C.
i Jan. S8, 187 tf
Coughs, Colds H oarsen esse
AND ALL THOAT DI6EA8ES,
WEL8' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT DP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THLHD AND SURE
Sold bv Dmrjriat genevallv, sod
FULLER A FULLER, Chicaro. TO.
pSTCHOMAKCT.orSOrL CHAKM ING."
Row either ses may facinate aod cairn Haa
lore m aaocuon oi any perron teey el
staotly. Thia iaipk. mental at-rjii:
aaa noaaes. free, by luail. for 25c. tot
a marriage guid;. Egyptian Oracle,
Uiou u Lois. eiiPf-ieut Shrrt. Ac A
queer boo. AaoreaaT. li.LI Aal t Co. I
nPaimriTiTT i t
renuwanted The Vhi 1 IblllllAL
fcltt of Ue UNITED STATES
tee grand revolts of lUi yeara of
FTogrsoa. !few A CompU te. trer 1000
lUUSSniOU. BTerytXtUr bnt .t A matntm
VoaallUO to? a mow a Addras J. C.
CC RDT A Co . Paba. Phila. Pa
BOOK AGENTS p"iv cobbsmiL
MaaUaal Aivtacv." by R. Pierce, af D
aaost ready sail iny book eat
ry and liberal terms. AJi
BaflaJo, N. T.
EM A RLE FFMALE INSTITUTE.
teswillc Vs. I9rh Annnal
ay aaa let of September, vith a fall racv
sJesant new eoninmet'r. Hea'th
fare and tbr-roopt inatjorncna at
fece. For detaila addreaa K H-
NEW CROP CUBA MOLASSES.
300 Hhd. Ciioice Quality
For Sals by
WILLI AM 6 A Ml RCH1SOH,
iMsj, 6tb Iws.