Shipping. The ship building iuAcrest
of Maine is eraduallv improving. Tnl
nr the total tonnage of new ves-ela thna
far repwlei in 75.5,53 ton, tbe n Timbers
beioK :abips, 15: bHrqueiitinei, 11 bar
que. 23; hrtfra, 13 schooners, 104; steam-
4; otber vessels, .
I W m -Wm s I
Political Capital for the
Forth Coming .Elections.
A. ear H
rs, ; logs,
Large Fa km Colonel Lee Jordan, a
Georgia farmer, owns and cultivates 200,-
000 acres, the original cost or wnicu was
$45,000. lie has 800 laborers, bat is
gradually adopting tbe tenant system.
Six overseers superintend tbe plantations,
and raise fam 1,400 to 2,000 bales of
L L t .. WT J 1.
. r. , , , u n Hi ill 1 r 1 nil rrpa 1 1 m
"TfeJ-i rrrT" A . I rr-r-a . - , ... V.-
been reading the BiblaiAnfllwlsn srtt w u.
J.i u. ..TTTVa Ktpnli'. m.rtvrrlnm cootr fcHtiiority, that at tie recent eiamh
. .1 1 . o li ..t. .u. 4 ul nation of-candidates for license v the
so on ii oauuaiu iui - t,uv ujr, 1 1 t p - -
5 or 6 years each, coacMed to have a SuprenieOourt, two colored applicant
Stephen of Ihe.r own. m , t" into were u ro F "J Corner Main & Fi8her 8treet.
menements 01 aoonv j 1- - 1 1
iislalaim V Tlu
BTJI8 ft BARKER,
b ' .j .
I - -
iiESALE& RETAIL Br
one pf the little al
ii,. .n .r .nd before hsln eon Id ar one 01 me toun ucintr abaca wnj
rivesbad him hors dt conibaL Stephen were admitted, when a young white ap
1 nJifant was put back, replied, Ob! these
beld over hls-body on Monday and s
verdict given in accordance with the abo
Woing north or
Will avoid night changes and secure the saost
comfortable and abortsaS rout aw fcsyiag
nTsd!;i luvsotj j;xa
9 don 1
J J Mi) ut
SALISBURY. N. C,
We learn that the Grand Jury found a
Kill int .TudLMi Cloud at 4he recent
President Grant and family are off
again for tbe seaside. It is a little arly
tor in uxct.iiency to mutraie, qui wieu
t ) 1 1 ' 1 1 111.11. 1 1 1 1 1 a m v.ft.u ri a a liuii a a i' . inn 1 1 b .i j 1 i-a. 4L 1 .. 1 .
t.r... ,.f ,,r ( mpr. or a - s.ui tine a uceru fti ' "v " r v ftani n?. nor cnaracter are rranirfi4 oniy me uy me nome or wuw.
L . L..t..l 1... o!nSnn a val 1 T inilfi tti 1 1 1 IT . Th'f exhsustint' labors ou "that Iettor." ba. I Mnlea. California Sherrv &
t ,);-. .f tl.. Judy's own a strain ou his meotal faculties that was, ........... , , I Imported tun. and in fact eve-vth
"T ' ru-j.UL-' wL ha.,,1 .k. lk 1 1 be civil rights Pill, revenue laws ana ke in fin,t ciawilJrnc storeJ
party, says : vuuk - I . V . r other odious legislation having created tf Wr. SsMb ta A Annrfa
ni c( 111 I li IraS U t vvv a v v w f auj ui W i il Uk w aw siu wa - wi i
Iron. American iron is again
with the diiruity of the positiou he occupies. U one as the rat-trriers in the Radical
Salem Press. camn don't know exactly how to tackle.
i . . . - . , . . ,
But let him strut his little day, for, as a
be ' in is?' Hi? - P.a;. JTe that the buprerae Court of
. ... n i!in 1 l Leu 11 f i 4(1 tiicAi. ca i n c 1 . . o
hipped to England. An English paper , . i W.hin.tn ihron ihe arolln uve uken ,ne ,ead ,n Prov,,,
Mys tbe Cornwall Iron Company, of months, and do as the old Presi- unfimchmg toyaUy to the negro
ndar Bluff. Cherokee county. Alabama, . F ... JjLwv "LovaltV U the Administration nsed to
ntMtiri nil Hiav e. ZjKiuiets ajkiiiu- - .... .
are nreDariue to ship to-the same destina-1 ' ' I be the test now it is loyalty to the ncoro
tKIHfc XJWUIW. . 1 I1T .1. 1.:. 1- I XT .-.l.
ve 1 nisi tuai me wuue people 01 onn
Canlina who have heretofore supported
Grasshoppers as Food. the Radical party will understand tbe
finmof the orasohonner atricken citizens matter. It is laid down by the highest
: J a 1
Where mar b found a full assortment of
sVe colored men, aud if we bad rejected pQe jyg. Medicines. Dye Stnft, Fine Hand
1 . set. L M .L .1 1 - ' z a f
ohem, itr wouia nave een saia toe. kerohief Extracts. Forrien A Domestic Col
Court was influenced by prejudice of race ognes, Soaps. Hair. Tooth & Nail Brushes,
and color. So it seems, that all that is 1 Havana & American Cigars. All grades of
...r . Ji.,n. ort nfi.o Errors SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO. A
tbe proper color. Trie T "rr . .mzl . . " r-
1 ceieoraieo rerains iionse iua-iruiHYe
Kerosene Latnps which we trorrnxt or nemty
sesame to tne portais 01 me oar. mo ars. Whiskey, French Brandy, Sciippernona
ins usual It
tf Ike pro-
disaffection among its white supporters, prietors, one or the other Mnf in the Store day
VIA THE VA. MIDLAN1
The only change of cars to Baltimore la made
1 north of the nver as
a - T .
across a twelve toot puutorm in
When eon want Hardware at to
nres, call oa the ndersifnesi nlNn.il
Gxnmte Row. . , baa a
D. A. AT WELL.
o.11.t v r I . n .X
oatsjoarj ,n v.tsiey 1 n.
MOUNT IDA IIOTEl,
Pill A HOTEL. (f..rmerlTC4Mtrwian House)
I ianewry furaiahed and now open for the
reception of U oasts,
number of large aud
The Propriter has a
rell far Diaued rooms
AND TatE SOUTH WE8f
The oedefaifeed wiebesta iaAa wu a
ia frieods that be bee assail li iba aZ
is to aDoear in tue proper color. 1 lie
tirvored tints ot Africa are an "open
" il... A.ti. . r. k lU. lis. Rum
The entire train runs from DAN VILE to
BALTIMORE over one uniform gauge with-
v""r' . . I rra J a A t Ll.
Thu route ia one Htmdred Miles shorter 1 nn nnaersigoea, 10 laamt; arKe 01 una
nonce, nopee to iuny cusutia nn past repu
tation in catering to the public
oses to aaalJbxuagb tkbtia frsaa Sliabsji 5
Ctoall pohiU itiTtiaa, 1 rlranaaa, bliaij
and their Soothern ( aecdoaeT
Lai ia rant Tickets, or First Clas Tickeu
ana ttecjrajce coecaco inroogn. I'aniw vbbaW
to aaJsslahorer U tbe above ScaSsa wbTaJ
it araatW to their own adTaataM br tiJz"
WKb tee underoigneo at saHaeorr. IoJbr
in regard to States, time and Connectioaa '
be furnubed either personatry or tLrouaL o-
ban any other to the
SPRINGS OF YIEGLNIA.
nger A Ticket Aat
Coluttbia, 1 c
the Radical party of the State have deter
mined to bold on to its colored supporters
at all hazard. It would appear from the
are preparing to snip
. 1 nit ... .. I .Iia.aa.1 rii.
IIOII 1UU lOlto 01 uicii tuaituai Y'b """
and that they have secured freights from
Savannah to Liverpool at ten shillings per
ton. This is iudeed sending coals to
" I 1 .1 . .1 o
of Warrenshaig, M., hve adopted tbe raoicii auinoriiy, me ouprem
sage military msfttm about "living 011 the
euemy." They, are eating the grass
hoppersstewed, boiled, fried. Such
and niafU and no one need anDrehend any dan
ger in having their prescriptions compound
Feb. 18th, 1875. tt
The North Carolina
6 J FORE AC RE,
General Manager, Alexandria, Va.
W 1 CHIPLEY,
General Southern Agent, Atlanta, Gn
W H WATLINGTON,
Travelling Agent. Greensboro, N. 0.
Blaetier anil Henderson,
Attorney e, Counselors
at W a m m n W w e"S a
J. J. Ll3ltitrt, rropnetor.
May 13. 1875 tf.
J. A. McCONNAUGHEY.
Agt. C.C.4A.K.1L, Salisbary, X. C.
BepL S.-tf. SpeciaJ Aga,
Piedmont Air Line
Combts Some comets require 110,
000.000 of our years to complete the cir
, 1 1 1 T a a . I .1 1 art. ' . - aw- r
cuit ot their uignt. ia 10 10 me eanu was the peculiar tare set betore nve or
passed through one comet, and cut it in ax epicures of Warren sourer the otber
halves ;,in 18G0 we passed through the day, and they pronounced it excellent,
prolongation of another, causing a most It is tbe first step that costs, as every
beautifnl auroral night. The mean veloc- liody knows, and the little company
ity of the wind ou laud is nine miles per sipped the grasshopper soup with some
hour in the summer, and fourteen in misgivings as to the constancy of their
the winter. At tea, the mean veloci- stomachs. That ordeal passed in safety,
ty is estimated at eighteen miles peT they proceeded to discnss grasshopper
of the Slate that the superiority of the
negro as a race, must and shall bo pre
served. Stand aside white man. the but
trnnrairison top. Young white boys
with only a free school education, must
A .a .. A I A f I ki. V. ., .. km
negioes with no education will find the SS6S Ol IISIiralllB FTOPBTty,
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 1874 tt.
OF RALEIGil, N. C.
INSCRES DWELLINGS, 8TORES, MER-
CH VNDISE, AND
- Remember this when you go
to vote for delegates to the convention in
August. Charlotte Observer.
Carolina Central Railway
Office General StPKHiKTEVDKNT. )
Wilmington. N. C. April 14, ls75. $
C0N8TJMPTION in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia loses 2,200 of her inhabitants
W every year by consumption. The papers
of that city attribute that large mortality
from tliA anurrn of the defective drainage
and the brick sidewulka, which latter ab
sorb and give off moisture like a sponge.
The persistent custom of washing pave
ments is condemned by the press as great
ly destructive of human life. Tbe Phila
delpbians, it is well known, are perpetu
allywashing their trout door-steps aud
pavements, deluging the people with
served in batter cakes, plain fried, and
haked with honey as a desert. What,
if any, wines or liquors were used to
wash down these strange messer, the ac
ccui.ts befcre us does not say. It would
also be worth while to know whether
the eaters had prepared themselves for
tbe trial by a course of starvation. We
only learn that the grasshopper banquet
was really good.
Thk Insane Asylum Commission.
The gentlemen comprising this commis
sion appointed at the last session of tbe
General Assembly in connection with the
erection of the new ' Insane Asylum at
Morganton, have just returned from a
trip through different Northern States
examining idmnlar institutions in those
States. They express themselves highly
pleased with what they have seen and
The commission will visit Morganton
next week for the purpose of locating tbe
building and commencing work
Work as a Remedy.
Dr. Dio Lewis save : A lady has just
A Paris Suicide.
A fearful suicide occurred in the city of
Paris the other day. Gerard Ant home
called his little boy, aged six, to him, and
"Littlo one, you have often wished to
play with this pistol," showing the child
an old pistol. "Oh, yes, papa." "Well,
we will play with it now," and loading
the weapon the father handed it to the
hoy. "NGwMook," he said, "I will get
down on, my knees before you ; you will
point at me right between the eyes and
pull the trigger; you'll see how'fuuny it
is I" aud be kn-h down, "Aim well, in
the head", .between the eyes,"' he said
again ; "but first embrace me." The
poor child embraced his father, then
pointed the pistol as told and fired.
Gerard fell hack dead, and the boy, see
ing the terrible result, ran out of the room
FWa the Kacais City Journal.
Fatal Results of a Feud in a
We learn from a gentleman from Clay
county, of a homicide which occurred in
that count' on Saturday at noon, which
resulted in the death of Thomas Cravens,
by one of his brothers, and the woundiu
of bis brothers Wood and Elisha. The
difficulty originated out of a feud, whieh
we believb has existed for some time be
tween the Cravens (there being four
brothers in the family) over the diyision of
some property. -1
The parties met casually at the divid
ing fence- between the farms of Elisha and
Hood Crareps. What passed between
the parties is not yet known, but words
ensued between Elisha and Jim Cravens
which led to blows, and resulted in Jim
whipping Elisha. After the fight Jim
weut to -his house, stating before he left
that he designed going for his gnn.
Elisha rammed for the purpose of getting
his pistol; and soon came back, and up
on hif arrival, the other brothers beiog
then well fixed, a row ensued, in which
deadly weapons were used, himself, Tom
and his brother Hood being the partici-
Eants, wliicb resulted in Tom getting a
nliet through the heart from the weapon
in ElishaA hands.
A Btnigglu ensued between the two and
lom, who was nearly deid on his feet,
took the.pistol (rem his brother Elisha,
and whiss this was going on Hood was
beating Mm over the head and body with
n grubbjrg-hoe handle. Tom attempted
to make resistance but fell dead in tbe
ajuempt. 1 lB 7
Elifhs seeing bis brother dead, took
from him 'the pistol and shot his brother
Hood in tte breast, tbe ball severing tbe
thumb and lodging iu Hood's breast -Hood
is bad) hurt and Elisha is seriously
injured abdwV the head and body. The
11 id mHruigawve a family to mourn his
loss i iTSToys are well to do and high
ly respected, and the trouble, with its
fatal results, has cast a gloom ever the en
1 a 1 1
ietr our rooms whose ease illustrates an
important idea. Teu years ago she was
an invalid. Her malady was obstinate,
and at. the end of a year's treatment a
consultation resulted in the opinion that
her case was cerebrospinal irritation, from
Which she would probably never recover.
Six years ago her husband died. His
estate proved insolvent. The wife en
gaged in an active occupatiou to support
her three children. In a year she was
Tfell, aud has remained so ever since.
S There are two million dyspeptics in
America. Sine in ten of them could be
enred by work.
1 A wealthy clergyman from a neighbor
ing State assured us that he had spent
eight years and thirty thousand dollars
in seeking a cure for his dyspepsia. He
bad traveled everywhere aud consulted
all sorts of doctors. We are afraid ho will
never forgive us for telling him that six
months' hard weik would make a well
man of him. x
No Fears for Ohio and Pennsyl
The coming political battles in Ohio
and Pennsylvania are exciting nnusual
interest In cettain localities there appears
to be doubt as to the lesult, but we have
uone. Pennsylvania 'was carried last
year on issues local and national, and the
defeated party represented all the policies
and sympathies ot the present Governor,
again a candidate, in Uhio tbe Demo
cracy have little to fear. They have a
past prestige that is almost invincible,
and they are runuing the same ticket
which but receutly changed the political
complexion of the Cotn,monweallh. Tbe
name of Allen is a tower of strength.
Besides, the Republicans have au internal
war to settle j the Hayes and Taft factions
are bitterly opposed ; and when tbe for
mer received the Gubernatorial nomination,
there was registered tbe apathy, if not
the opposition, of all the Catholic aud
most of the foreign vote ot Ohio. From
our standpoint there is no possibility of
ilepubltcau victories- in either of these
States, and if we are right the Presiden
tial election will have been already set
tled before the centennial year arrives.
i ne wDoie country is clamorous tor 1
change, aud will accept any change rather
A New Cause ot Trichinoe in
Some Needed Constitutional
The fact that we need a change being
conceded, the inquiring mind naturally
asks what that change ought to be. Ac
cordiug to our notiou, and we believe
the notions of seven-eights of our reader.",
a clause should certainly be inserted in
the new Constitution making the payment
of taxes to the State a pre requisite qnl
ifieation of the voter. History as well as
common sense teaches ns that all taxes
are paid to support the government, in
order that all may partake of tbe benefits
ot rood soeuty. In other words, each
individual surrenders to the State a cer
tain proportion of his earnings in order
that he, as well as the community in
general, may ehare the blessings which
are conferred by government, on its citi
zens. This proportion may be large or
small, and government ought to bo good
or bud, spmewhat in proportion to the
amount of privileges thus surrendered.
Among the obligations resting upon the
citizens of .our government, there is no
higher obligation than a proper support
of the government, acd looking at matters
from our stand point, every man is a
droue in the hive, who neglects or refuses
to contribute his pro ta a, amount for
that purpose. The ballot enjoyed under
the privileges of citizenship is one of the
benefits derived from government, and
clearly only belongs to full fledged citi
zenship, which necessarily includes the
payment or necessary taxes to support
the government. Let therefore the con
stitution expressly declare that no person
who is iu arrearage for his taxes will be
allowed the privileges of the election fran
Another important improvement which
occurs to us is that it would be wise to
A ! a r
neciare a man convutea ot a thett, or
Against Loss or Damage by Fire, on the
Most Favorable Terms.
Its Stockholders are gentlemen interested
in building up North Caroliua Insti
tutions, and among them are
many of tbe prominent bus
iness and financial men
of the State.
AU Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
Il appeals with confidence to the In
surers of Property in North Carolina.
other violation of the law, the penally for
which is incarceration iu any State penal
institution, that he shall no longer be
allowed the privileges of the ballot, ex-
a' a mm
cept oy the euactmeut ot a law restoring
him to the privileges of citizenship by the
ictuToie Home InMm.
R. H BATTLE, Jr., Prest.
C. B. ROOT, Vice Presideut.
SE TO GALES Secr'y.
P. COWPEtt, Supervisor.
Agent at Salisbury.
March, 4;h 5mos.
Change of Schedule.
On and after Fridav. April lth, 1P75, tbe
trains willruu over this Railway as follows .
Leave VTilmin'ou at 7 15 A M.
Arrive at Charlotte at 7.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at- 7.00 A. M
Arrive iu Witmiuaion at 7.0u P. il
. FREIGHT TRAINS
Leave Wilmington at ....6.00 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at B OO P M
Leave Charlotte at 60 A M
Arrive in Wiluiiutrtou at t uv A M
Leave Charlotte at 8 00 A M
Arrive at K-.ffalo at U U
Leave Buffalo at 12 30 P M
Airive iu Charlotte at 4.30 P M
No Trains ou Sunday eccept one freight train
that leave Wilmiugton at 6 r. si., instead of
ou Saturday night.
My farm nitnated on Grants ereek about 9 I
mile from Saliahury la now for aale.
This farm contains about 240 acre, of the
bet farmina laml in Rowan County. Haa on
it a ajood two ntorr dwelling ttooae a doable
barn and other neceaaarV'biiildings and also a
well ef excellent water. Pnrtiaa wu-hiuji to
purchase good and cheap property will find it
to their interest to give rue a call, can alwavs
be found at Klotts, fir Ram A Rendleman'i
Store1 Salisbury, N. C.
R. rKAK OR A II AM.
March IS, lSTo.-Smo.
K .P. BATTLE. F. H CAMERON.
t President. Vice President.
W. II. HICKS, Sec'r.
TATE LIFE Insnraiic b
RALEIGH, N. C.
Richmond & Danville, Richmond a
DanTUle R. W , H. C. Division aaj
North Western Jf. C. R. W.
In Inset oa erd a fur Wi (hn lay. Jet tt
STATIONS. t Mail. Exrassa.
Leave Charlotte 9 94 r a tbi k
Air-Lid J'act'a 9 - 6 50 -
gal lottery 1 1 68 " hit -
" UreenfUJro SuO a M H1J4
Wi.riiu ceo t ie tu
Dundee 6 SO - 1 $S m
" DurVeiHa 1135 ' 6.S7 m
Arrive at RiehmeeC f.99 rm 47
" Ilurkavi !-......
" -1 tir ... ....
A.r 1. 100 Ji.-t'a
rr;e at Clnr!..tt. . .
IV S3 -10.39
9. 45 a
- hb "
b 03 au
UM t fc. ,
i.o.t. t ii.
HEW iAOK'.NE SHOP.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
repAiriii.s with, dispatch. un pood tools
and twenty bve years experience in th
business., satisfaction is aruarauteed- Especial
attention giveu to Eogine and Boiler work.
Cotton vt oolen. Mining and Agriculture
Mac1 i Lies ; and wood turning of all kinds.
Shop on Corner of Fultou aud Council Street,
Salisbury, N. C.
E. U. MARSH.
July 16. 1874 tf.
Some new eases of deaths, due to the
eating of pork infested with trichinse,
which are beiog quoted in Western ionr
nals, should, the Scientific American tells
us, be the means of directing publie at
tention anew to the horrible disease of
swioe, called trichinosis, and to tbe fact
that, when ouce the parasite attacks
human being, the result is orolontred
suffe-rtug and, in a multiplicity of instances
death. 1 be warm existing in the pork
lueraity cores its way out of the stomach
and into the muscles.
xk uaa laitiy Deen iotina mat swine
may become infested with trichinae through
eating carrion, or even decayed vegeta
ble eubstances. This is a point worth
1 .1 1 o 1 . . ,.
cuuaiuerauon oy iarmets wno. incline to
the belief that dead chickens, nutrid swill
or other filth about the place is legitimate
food for the pig. The animal is not dain-
tyatfi his tastes, and will lunch efl his
dead relatives with infinite gosto ; but it
is the poorest economy to permit him to
assume the role, of scavenger. No milk
dealer will atbw his cows to eat garlic if
hecanhel it, though the brutes are
ciatily fond of the odoriferous weed ; and
there is certainly more reason for the far
mer to see that his porkers have no ac
cess to unclean food. In the one ease. If
precaution be neglected, the taste of the
milk ia affected; in the other the entire
flesh is rendered poissusns and dangerous
food- TeWJsG .5TT7J3I r
Mrs. Dr. Reeves has again resumed her
business in this well known house, and she
earnestly solicts the patronage of her old
friends and the public at large. Guests
stopping at this House will find nothing
ueglected that will add to their comfort
ueither on the part of the proprietress no
that of the clerk, Mr. D. 11. Fralev.
The Oinuihus will he found at the lepo
usual to convey passengers to aud . cm
Dec. 31, 1874 ly
What Manufacturng Does.
The little town of Durham on the North
Carolina Railroad in the county of Or
ange, says tbe Raleigh News, is an exam
ple of what sagacions application of capi
tal and iudnstry will do for a people.
Ten years ago Durham was known only
as a way station 00 the railroad, and a
getting of? place for the University of
Chapel Hill. To-day it is literally in
every man's mouth, a familiar name all
over the United States, and not unknown
to the ends of the earth.
What has made this mighty change ?
a o . - -
.Nothing but the introduction of manufac-
a ' I aa
lures. x rue. it is mam v confined to
one staple. But the manufacture of that
staple iu ves the springs of a hundred
. . J A. " ? . 1 . r a
luuoBiriee. i stimulates tne rarmer in
the production of a crop which he sells at
good prices almost at his very door. It
gives employ mMit to hundreds in th
conversion ol tbe raw material into the
manufactured article. It gives work to
the carpenter in the manufacture of pack
ages, it gives activity to a thousand
needles in tbe making of bags.
It draws population, and to meet their
wants, mechanics are called in to con'
struct houses. The increase of popnla
necessitates the increase of mer
chantilo establishments, and the necessi
ties of this increased populatiou beget
owec trades, industries end manufactures
ht very body buds employment. There is
no idling, no loitering, no complaint of
What is true of Durham may be trne
of every town In North Carolina. And
it may be recognized as a fact that North
C-arolina will not prosper as she ought
uutil ehe becomes independent, keeps
more ot ner money at home. Aud she can
never do this until she embarks iu manu
factores, which are not oulv nrofiia.hU to
stockholders, bnt which, bv Betting otber
lauustries in motion, vivify the whole
It one half the money invested in dry
L-m.3- a 1
goous, etc., iu oansoury was pnt mto
manufactories a very important change
for the better would soon take place. It
is astonishing that our moneyed men
can't see the advantages to accrue to them
and to the town in the estebli.hment
Connect" at Wilmington with WiluiingTrtn A
Whlon, and W ilinii gt n, Columbia A Aur.Ui"ta
Railroads. Sen:-weekly Kr York aud Tri
wecKiy i.a. iniore aid weekly Philadelphia
ntmiii'T-'. '""d ih Kiver lfoaU to rayettevill -
Connect at Uharlulte with ita Weitern Di
viion, orth Landina ltuilroad, Crarlotte t
Statesviie ltailnad. Ctiarlotte t Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia AuruMa Hail-
Thns snpplvinp the wkrle NVest, KrthWet
uiid Suthxe-t with a short and cheap liue to
the Seaboard and Earope.
S. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer and 8uperiutendent
May G, 1675. tf.
At end of Firt Ficl Ywr had iried over
9uO l'olu iv witliont nift.iiuioc a aiesie Im
1'niqeni, economical ana cncrgt iic raatiafe-
mcnl h nui it
A SVCCKSSFUL CORPORATION
ThiJomp;iny ius every deoirahle form of
Policies at as low rate as auv uther FiratCl
lmpvei no ueie reatriction npoo reeidence
Ha a fixed paidnp valueonall policies after
two annual payment.
Its entire assets are loaned and invented
n noym i
Raleipri , e
Are at lioldhoro'.-.l ?
SOD a j- Arr tSStn
- 4 Sw I L'retSSS -8.3S
' I i "8 Utru
II a a. ?L tetSS
to footer and encourage home cnterpri
Thiry day grace Allowed in payment of pre
WitH the4 fact Wfore them will the people
of NorS Carolina ronlini.e to pay anntially
tliou.i?a npon '.hoii-arnl of doilnra to b.'iid
up l uri in Compeiiieo, when they can atscurv
inuranf-e in a Company equally reliable and
oyer lrIlar'i premium they pay be loaned and
inveoteA in our own state, and among our own
Thco. V. KLI I I.,
J. D. McNEELY, Agt'a.
Q.r..Korr v r
Ceifl. Dia't. Agt's. Greenaboro N. C
Dec. qll ly.
( Salcx Braxch.
Leave (ireenohoie ....
Arrive at alea..
Arrive at ;reenboro.
6 IS -8.
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Tie PietoOBi Press,
HICKORY, N. C,
s the only paper published in Catawba
County, and has an extensive circulation
among Merchants, farmers, and all classes
of bnsiaasa meu 10 the State. The Press
is a live, wide-awake Democratic paper,
and is a desirable medium for advertieiug iu
Western North Carolina. Liberal terms
allowed on yearly advertisement. Subscrip
tion $2.00. io advance.
MURRIL & THOMLINSON.
Editors and Proprietors.
Paaaenger train leaving; KaieifS at S.ISra
connect al'ireecsboru' ntl the Noilttera boaaS
train. aaakinK tbe aickeat Uaw ia a l Nonbara
cities lnce ol Tickeia aAtne a via olaer raesaa.
Tratna to and Sroaa poiata Kaot ef Ureeaobaea
connect at H eenbotw, eitb Mail Traiaa te of
(run pointa Noita or .utL.
Two I rAia daily, both way
Oa Sundays Lvncbbarg Ac oinmodat.oa leave
BichsiAtd at 9O0 a . arrive at Baikevdie 114k
r s, 1 ire HerLev'.ile 4 S6 a m , arrive at KMca
mood ' ' - x
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richmond, 282 Miles.
Paper that ! tve arrage:anu to advartiaa tbt
acbedule of tb:a cotnpar.y will pleaae priat aa
Far farther mfonaatioa address
H E. ALI.O.
r.en'l Ticket Ageet
lreenboro, Jf C
T VI R TI-rOTT,
Knf.ooer A tlea'l SaporinteadeaS .
and better out' than ever.
Come now and get the BEST. Get the stove
f you want one that will outlast any other, and
hat is made of all NEW IRON, and warranted
o give satisfaction &c. Various styles, of cook-
ng stoves at a small profit.
Sheet Iron & Copper Wars made of the
best Matkkial, on hand or made to order.
Merchants supplied at Low Prices. CAsn
paid for all kinds of Copper, Braaa Ac. Aak for
Brown's Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury, N.
C, L. V. Brown.
I am well prepared to cut good
for marking Tobacco. Flour Patent article 4c.
Every person doing any kind of work or busi
ness should have a stencil to advertise his busi
ness, as it ia acknowledged to he the beat and
cheapest way to let people know what you are
One mark with stencil may get a customer,
for you, that will put Hundreds of Duli.abs
in your bands. Try it and you will get a cus
tomer you never thought of.
MY PRICES ARE LOW, AS FOLLOWS,
One-fourth inch letters 5 cents per letter
One half and five-eights 6 " "
Three-fourth A One inch letters 7 " "
They may be sent to any part of the U. 8.
by mail at a small cost.
Send in your orders stating sire of letters ysa
prefer, and the Stencil will be made neatly en 1
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street Salisbury, N. C.
. . L. V. BROWN.
April 23. If7i tf.
- - ,.
ft R to ft 9 nPer Day at home. Terms free
Improved C U C V M
t E K WOOD PUMP "ik
he acknowledge Stand
ard of tbe market, by
verdict, the beet pump for
the leaat money Attention is invited
t Blatebley I in proved Bracket, tht
Drop Check Valve, which can be with-
Irawn without disturbing the joints
and the copper cbauiber which never
crack, scales or rusts and will last a
lile time. For sale by Oealera and the trade
jreriCTnllv. In order to be sure that you get
Biatchh'y's Pump, be carvtul and ree that it haa
idt trade-matk as above If you do not know
where to buy, description circuIarK, together
with the name and addrecaof the agent nearet
you will be promptly furnished by addreaaiLg
with .-tan. p.
CHAS G. I3LATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
606 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pe.
Feb. 18, 1875 tf.
ManhooH:Iof est. Hoi Restored !
Just published, a new edition of
OR. CTLveawELts Celebrated
Fay on the raf"eaf eore (without
medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Lowes, I M PO
TENCY, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Im
pedimenta to Marriage, etc; also. Coxscxp-
nos, fcpiLEisY and r its, induced by atll-in-
dulgence or aezuul extravagance, Ac.
9aT Price, in a scaled envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this admirable Eft-
say, clearly demontrates, from a thirty year'
aucccaafnl practice, that tbe alarming conae-qiu-ncea
of aelf-abuae may be radically cored
without the dangerous uae of internal medicine
or the application of the knife; pointing oat a
mode 01 cure at oncesiriple, certain, and effec
tual, by mean of which every wifiVrer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure him
self (T.eaplv. private! v. and radically.
BST Th'ii Lecture"!. on Id be in the hands pf
every youth and every man ia tbe land.
Kent under seal, in a plain envelope, to muj
addreaa, post-paid, on receipt of aix cents or
two port stamps.
Address the Publisher,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE dt CO.
Post Office Box.
1 IB laTnLwh
E. B. FOOTE, M.D.
120 Leflmtw ATemc,
Cor. E. 2Sih SC., NEW Y0R
An Independent Physician,
TREATS ALL FORMS OF
JLetpra from all parts (
the Civilized World.
I IIS 0RI6IHAL WAT OF
Condactintr a Meiical Practice
t HB 18 TSXATTJIO
HumeVor.i Patients in Europe, tha
West Indies, the Dominion of
Canada, and in every State
of the Union.
TUE GlirlAT CENTRAL UOUTJE 1
Chesapeake and Ohio B 1
ji ne, ia.
TRAINS KUN A3 FOLLA0W8.
MAIL ' EXPRESS.
9 -TO am
KM a m
ADVICE GIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OF CHARGE
127 Bowery, Hew Yok;
April li 1
j Pertiand, Mains.
Sxrjrrov A Co..
SUPERIOR TO AMY FERTILIZER MADE
In The UNITED STATES.
lfc? For aale by J. Mc DA TO II LIN. A8on,
Charlotte, If. C.
WEIL A BRO. Ooldaboro, . C.
H. M. HOUSTON, A Co. Monroe N. C.
mttrriv rv vn.,!.. -v n
a T. A . a f w.a V W IIUIHWU, 1 V
WILLIAMSON, UPCUURCH, A THOMAS,
W. L. McGTTER. Franklin toa N. C. "
TEMBERLAKE A E ARES, PaclSe. N. C.
W. A. AKGEIR.
) March, 4,Sos
Wilson. N. C
DURHAM, K. ( .
Baa durtag tha paat int y fa
tuUr naayly or quiU SJ.UX) ea
aaeS WUh cadi cm ara earvfuL'r
vttatbav -tSwr W aitanniotad by
afcyakiaAa Tha lattar aia afl
AO loHd at a
an iiUnjiil Uat at ptafca qoeaOne wb.eh win ba
by mail frca, or at tba aSVa. A oaaa.
of ratrria pramu aihaili a
oonfUMoa, Caat book arrar ooaaaHad, exorpt by
tha phratriam of tba aatabllahawaa. Far
aaaaaltaSpa mai Car Hat of quae
A atztyVpaaja paaapbkt aC avUraa at aw
- White Hulpber,
I" 8C Louie.
Mail Trains run
Fir t claaa and Emigrant tickets
all tbrourh ticket office at lowea
Emigranta go on Expreaa traina.
Round Tri n Tick eta : to the Soriac Ssr I
Loweat F irht Ratea mads by U
For Ietbraaavtioo of Rataa Ac apply
For Rate a and information as to Route, uaa At
J C DAIS,
So Aoeul Gi rsesSara Jf
t"iEM IG RANTS GO ON EXPRESS
J. C. DAME, So. AJL
UrvaoSMra, . C
a R. HOWARD, O. T. A.
W. M. S. DUNK, Sepc
78S, How T
ACE NTS WANTED.
. Foees la ta aaabar ef " Ifeiiartt, Cos
Saawa.' a baok tbat ebid a drrnlitlaa
SJ0.0Q0 rnpaai; alaa, of - Pun Be
awe rromtly pubtlaaad. wtrtd
to th rzCrnt tf TO, OX) op . al. of
Ol troaj. which la aov Uiaf pat
of air raatrtlnc tte fir
b oat of aeiatlL ariu ha aat fra aa
ta either fcr Footz, or tha Vimy IS1 FvUUh-
fba f or.j'Anx work, to wboco a Ilbrral profit will
ha aPuawl Th liahnhin af bbmD lort i
haa luahmi Sa Dr. Ittai JI
arorka. "Flaoi Bomb Tui" ia paniaularlj
adaptad trf adnlt. aad " Bctkmcs ta iwtl" ta
paat th tataf for th y l am
ajbiaa and at fur TOuraalrea. The I
a multitude! of aa aat toot arhleh
aaaa fata a Sar ry a boat aatiaaj af thatr ahaal
The hi OMhte 1 Utcralatra at aB She
ef th tores nun work. " acrra
aaa aely im had of lajiaai or f
in-Ais upas rxuL- ia poaui
i tad Carmaa Laarara.
r 3 J a - W I n
Cheap Chattel Mortgagrt,
aad other various blanks lor sals
Ricwoae. You Rn
HbArusi Ran Mian
Un and alter
T U DAY,
Apnl 21 at Pa-
freight Traina on this road will row aa
Paasenawr Train far WssA rets leave i
ooi at 3 P. M. iSui.dara eavseftee), ani sv-
rives at Richmond from Wwt point at !
M.. dailv (andara excepted)- .
Tbe awesaStd taessstert HAVANA
LOUISE, will roe in ooooeoUoa with isasseae.
and will leave Weat Point daily Sender x
cepted) on the antral of the train wbics l
Richmond at S P. If arrivir. t at Baiussere
marnitif in au.nla tarn, to Mjnnara vrrta w
r.,r W aj,liinrln:i at .1 tba KaaL North aBd Wi
aad leave rfsltimore datlyJSaudar
at 4rP. M . eonneetttiftr et Wect PadBt
due at Richmond at 10 A. M . next
e.M ... u -1 . a-t a . ii li m i
rwi au uuuiuurcai'iv , bmhw. . ,
tnrm.tt. Waahincton,S4. Fare te rnrntms-
I phi. $7 ; So PnilafaMpMa sew) retnra. fi-
Far to New York. R) ; to fcw York SB SS
tnrv,flt.. Boston J5.
M . . rmnirelmf wiLh all aiaaaaa St
that deliver freight in Italtimore eartr
KtfAitur. Throe h freiehi received asuy
17 .k ir.m flsifc fk sar
A lOSKUW h Wlfti a awswpi t a
I for freight between Richmond sod Wss raw
Fhdajsat 7 A. M. Loesd tVeijrM
, Toe aday. Thorsdar- saderday- . n,
euwauu r. row
forthmegh freight only JesSd
(Mesisy nssptsi) JL
with atesmeraat West
a.ft I -- -' aartV MX
1 lemves R-rhmond Monday. Wedaesoaj
c i aria
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