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0 / 75
We publish the couutersign from the
Windsor Timcf. That editor bead i
level. We differ with bitn on
We had the pleasure pi meeting on oor
streets a few day ago Mj. Avery, the
talented Associate of the Charlotte Obscr-
ly See ad of Hornet c Grave's School
This is one pf the beet school la the
Htete, and located at one of the most
desirable and beohby points.
Thus write the Editor of timL umber
ton Robeson ian tu bis paper from Fayette
THK SAME CRY
of doll tioips nothing doing greets my
ears here; and I have conversed with a
gentleman who has t ravelled oyer the wes
tern portion ot tins state and the majority
of South Carolina, aud he informs me that
the cry is universal. It is the dullest
time we hare bad since 1860. Nor is this
depression confined to tbe South ; the
Northern ani Western cities are in a per
fectly stagnant condition. Money abounds
at tbe Not tii but there is too demand for
it, and tbe financial papers quote it dull
at 1 Mr cent."
EoiToas Watch ma jj-
The leading object of your article headed
"Jgexaoes" and on which you kindly permit
ted me to make some remark through yoer
paper oTthe I7lh June, eras, as 1 understood h,
a remonstrance against the growing practice of
sending orders to northern stores for merchan.
disc instead of buying from our home merchants
There were other incidental points of minor
San Fraueisco Chronicle.
The matinee concert t Platr Hall, yester
day afternoon, wear enllysaed by an amusing
incident. The programme had safely reached
the last number of tbe first part when Madame
Di Murska fluttered on the stage, dressed in a
le blue silk that surged a round her like a
reexy sea. her brown hsir rwung a&oye me
interest noticed in my review, but this was tbe (-r-imJ waTeJl ilt. cioud i0 a fading
main pne; and I endeavored to show that the ,tjn;t. The object of tbo Isdy was 1p sing
practice was the result of causes beyond control, the mad scene from Lucia. Giammooa and
and one of tbe effects of our close proximity (by
means of rail roads and telegraphs) to the great
commercial centers of the North.
I write now, not to correct or change any
opinion expressed then, although your corres.
little Pratt followed,. He first struck an un
usslly awkward attitude, with his Bute at an
angle ot lortv-hve desreef, aao ne ai iai eat
down and beean m a harmonious way to
titillate the piano. The prima donna i
hist launched upon the waves of melody, and
was throwing in a few sky-rocsei to snow mat
. . a a at
What is said in the above about dull pondeuta "Fair Play" and "Granger No. 2,' -Jte was really insane, when two black-snd-lan
I S ' S ? a I a hJu HfiiiAkina m V.--. . . 1 Aiinraa 4fIl A OWIl
timt-8 is true. Never was the fact so
Someone having started a report
damaging to tbe financial standing
lbs Charlotte merchants, the Observer
takes advantage of tbe occasion to express
aha utmost confidence In the solvency of tbe
business men of that city, aud says that
tfecy, merchants und afl, are oo aa firm a
$t0Hm Basis as those of any city in the
Biota or South . The t wp firms that failed
there a short time ago, it is t bought, will
be abre to pay out.
general and so little understood. In this
State, tbe anti-usury law men attribute
it to the passage of the usury law ; but
we think times would be still harder and
may lead me to advert more explicit v to some terries, weighing about three ounces each, dash-
: ' ed through the door by which she bad entered,
imnpipwmom.uia. L.,l. . nUhrnrk '.nA hn tu chuwknc
No one will deny that the new and wonder- another furiously around the periphery of hex
fdl facilities for communicating with distant skirts occasionally varying
parti of the country is the dinct anise of com
petition between the home and distant mer-
duller if the usury law had not been pass- Lhant; and every body knows that the mer
ed. The usury law has oo more to
with it than tbe man in the moon.
chant-who sells the cheapest draws the cus
tomers. If the facilities would admit of it,
our people would send their orders to Liver
pool, Paris, or Berlin, if they thought tbe best
the exercise or
leaping up and getting entirely lost in the mm
of azure drapery. The audience smiled. The
lady kept on serenely clunking the scale as if
ft s ft . a a s a . . .1 f
her i ne aepenneo on tier rescuing ine top in a
given tune. Then the (teopis laughed on t right.
Looking down, she res bred the situation, and
sioppine the ravines of "Lncia'1 with a vicious
susp mi the middle of dewyesmi iioavcT as tar
up in the scale as aheliad been able to gel in
From the Mouthly Report o the De
partment of Agriculture for May aud June
Ike PoWic Omfideooe Weil PloeL
a.1 though the world has beea seekiag speci-
fias for diaaases fur many centmV., tm
is Hostetter'S Btosnach Bitters, which
years ago repaired the endorsement of
medical profession, sad was hailed by
aad yublie ss the great rwatvant and preven
tive of the age. And with go reason, afaftea
to tha gsslai vs. it gives lreig1h. &
the torpid liver activity, to the disordered
bowels regularity; and ta the shaken nerrops
system firmness and tone. Under Ha keaig-
nant influence heUthfal vigor returns ta the
debilitated aud wasted frame, the flaccid maw
clee become eompaet,the wan aspect of ill
health is replaced by a look of cheerfulness,
the mind ceases to denpond, and flesh is da
veloped upon the atteeaated frame. There is
noexsfgeraiion it this statement. It w as
true as that the system le subject to
Were proofs required to substantists the re
ality of the oonrprcheusve effects uf tbe
Bitteie; there i prubably not in
N EW ADVERT! SEMEXfS
ATftfi tu oej i nnriu nor am
k.w.in. oro m he liad there. There is neith- the brief time allotted her, she shk the tawny
trade, ' . her dress floating fn thfe breexe like that of an
A man steps into the telegraph oflice liere,4 ascending seraph eroftihl; a wirtlinf pet verrfsk
restrictions in the
liou against persons bold ing mora than
one office of trust or profit will not apply
to members of a Convention. These re
strictions pan apply to socb offices only as
are created bv the Constitution. The Con-
sihution does not create the Convention
and cannot therefore restrict or limit the
powers of those who compose it. Any
Judge, Solicitor, Magistrate, Secretary,
Clerk, and even Governor Brogden bim
self may be a member of tbe Convention,
jf the people choose hirn, and there ia no
power known to onr form of government
that may be used legitimately to interfere
or binder. This is common sense, end
is as irrefutable as tbe law of cause - and
effect, if the true theory and practice of a
Democracy, of a government by the peo
ple, are to be observed,
J875, we glean the following interesting and bu roerchant in New York, "send mw herhftdjrtt at cfr Tfce
fact in rgrd to the present growing crop me a barrel of A sugar- -check forwarded j and jaen contretemps. eignorJrsmsftonestrhch
of cotton, in Uie Statof North Carolina, in 48 hours the barrel is at the Salisbury depot. t attitude more. HsjsjBjpfisl than the preceeding
S Carolina fieorem Flnrida Aluhamm. The question as to the amount saVed by tra- one, aud the ndsorae accomr?anijt hung his
a uaronna, tjtorgi.i, norma, Aiaoama, r i .-, ,. -rm over s cornet of the n ano and sl owed
ngatnew xor ociongn to ,. Mieiaioii Jftoi f dnftre Ida AmdL , Di
Mississippi; Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas,
admonish him, or argue with mm again it: Mnmka came back in due lime, and after the
. ti . i j. .1 . I I lZIi 't Ji rr4
ten nim ne is uoing wruux utat uc uujim. w i pianini negan ner nnv ae novo. i at aunience
III a large portion of the cotton area, tM( with Ida home merchant, to whom be still smiled, and the singer rather tardily "P
: .: -. u, i:.' ni : 't ..i a nreciatinir the hidicroua nlere of ike sitnatiaov
germination was retarded but
f roved. ' Frost oh 19th i May,
cotton on swamp lands in N
late frosts were injurious in other States.
And yet tbe stand is much better than
that of laeijfear, and, the plants moie
advanced in growth. No serious injury
from insects. The threatened reduction
not die I sells his corn, cotton and potatoes'? It would
d moat became asbriek of laughter. 81ie
a ti 1 1 1 u i 1 n nf liar fxi t ti ria w a t'lalbln nsl
I ti' 1 11 1' 1 S ft - , I S 1VIK 'i ' ' i m 1 1 m ivuim v - n ara vs ini
destroyed he worse tnan mie ; ior ne wouiu prompii; an- wnat honKi have w of hftsane' melo-
C. and awer-Tnere is no 'Fair Play' in arming thejdy al
home merchant with a two
ought to.be content with a single cut
produce sold him."
Will you appeal to him on the ground of
patriotism ? It would be a sufficient answer
were he to say : "I prefer to be my own judge
medicine in favor of which
concurrent testimony, frwm the
able sources, cotrtd be adduced. But the effl
caoy of the nation alterative and inrignrant
baa been mattar of universal knowledge too
long to need soy seek corroboration. The
fact that it has its largest scales lu those oor
Ihma of the Niiru andJouulb American Con
tinents. Mexico., and the West Indies, in
Which -atmospheric iufluehoes v prejaduitl ta
health axuls. proves what confidence Is felt
'TtiT s t aw sVs wd i , i " i
iu its remeuiai anu pruieoiiye vmues. in lo-.
cat'tie where fevers pf 4ri intannitteot t'ypa
prevail. especiallrit has cone to be regarded
OS as ipdispepalda nacyssity
There is no case of D nnhsia thst (inau
ooowt Kceavnw wiif not esjre. cvmie to
edged sword ; he struggled nobly tlir.iiili wnh the mn-lc. how- Drug Utn at.YheUi F. KssOtS. !afat 4aqsaru
ntrU out on th LfT.er, snn alter tneoeatn oi "L.ncia" in tne wua about t., tf you sugar rornJ.fcMMacnaas, OAs
throes of a sky -sera ping cadensa, was rewarded I Headache, (sour stomach, Indigestion, Lir
witn tne usual tumnit oi applause. CAanpiainr, orcu
The Plague of Vermin.
in area has not been accomplished, though as to how I shall show my patriotism;" but he
i could, if he chose, easily show that in this case I
the. question of patriotism was too remote to be
allowed. - f
there has been an increase in
corn and wheat.
The June condition of the crop this
year, as compared with a crop of foil
vitality and norma! growth, is 96.
From an actual census of ascertained
faxts, of given districts in each of tbe
above 8tates, both of bales produced and merchanto for fifty years against building up
A writer in the Scientific American
says he does not molest tbe common house
fly, believing that it more than eompeu
It is well known that trade is not governed sates for its trouble by clearing tin- atinos
by social or patriotic considerations but by in- phere ot alBuvia aud the animalcules
terest. Remonstrances against this law nlv. pTbieu arises Irouft ; too putrelactiou of d -
nrovoke individual resentments. Tbe South- leJCg substances during warm weather.
era press has been remonstrating with Southern So m,9 JfcA th? bird.' w,,irh l'ite
w . i. : j . . i
sum me i ;
derangement of the yrtm, t
it Two ur three owse vnll rrtlevw ywu
Aous Cosgt'Kaoa is tbe only remedy ia
United Stale- that, eon taiss no Qaieiae. Araeois
or other powhus injurous to the system, that
will cure rever and Aifue, In'ornnttent .r
BillkftM Fevers Ac. and the Chills will not ra
turn during the season. Itpermautly
Fever and Ague of long Landing.
oik; a s tm
emm k Foa
mm ho J
S" njnnnwAPrnEnR Hnnnnl
or Ha iUm B Av.M'i-t all
K m 3-
- mr mwM
I OB '' 4 I smwlfl
I Boat " 1
CO Ef 0
5 I B9
i Am llTla m llllll 1 ' I II 1- II II II I fell ,
mini uiiii i k.iiv .
um urn m tm m h s k c aaiaaaai
Un.1111 IWflWliMI ftf:l wno.1 ia ?l
ty We are frequently under the
lity of furnishing the Charlotte
Observer with sometbing to write about,
Otherwise, the inexcusable dullness and
insipidity of that paper wonld be intolera
ble. It has sufficient guah and gas, but
no vim, oo bile, nothing material, nothing
tangible. It runs on a certain track like
lbs driving wheels of a steam engine, be
cause per force it ia made go to do. Its
phrenological bumps ore also alarmingly
wantiug iu didnite proportions. Eventuali
ty , sec. tti veness , cautiousness, aud acquis i
tivooess have sll been merged and now
promise to develop a new creation which
shall not do discredit to the coutroling
Spirit whose outcroping is to be seen uear
the top of the head of individuals posses-
numerous here during tne
, m . i a rail i i r 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1' Liir-iii. iir at'L ink iiii
i h nnmhor nf airoa nn,,n wlitoli tksv 1 northern merchants and lactones, and yet the . ' i r v
I0e numoer OI acres Upon WlllCU they 1 . ' Uraro rrnwatnfr-Cfhten them !twv I throw
wero grown, in 1374, we have the follow- T f S T b'Jw'- out every possible inducement for them to
I tnis snows mat u is noi a case ior ruch a rem
ntr atatpmnt i .
n ' edv. .Southern merchanta have made money
by trading on northern products, and they will
continue to do so. They have disregarded all
sorts of appeals, and prosecuted it (during the
war) sometimes against the moat sir ingest laws,
States. Coun Bales. Acres. Acres to
dear the bale.
North Carolina. It T0,4 M,41ftl SST
South Carolina . S, 84,949 ft71,4TT 3.21
Georgia 41 j lfj. SIS 707. 187 S.54
Florida 6 17,51S ST, 761! S.8S
Alabama is; 62, mm 245,094 3.92
Mississippi 1! 106,880 306, OCC 9.93
Louisiana s; 6s, 450 l4,ois s.1
TeziiS ! S8 139,769 404,005 2.89
Arkansas 1S 49, 644 140, 690 9.84
Tssneaaee u 96,654 ' 83,934 s.97
Total ! 811.1WS 2.554,824 S.15
TH J SECRET ADDRESS
in great firmness. Individuality
ouae strong, but it has been overleaped
by continuity, a foot bouse protuberance
led 00 Ceuteonial cogitations. Secretive
ness has also given away under the sledge
hammer blows of deatructlveness operated
by the same cause. If the these proposi
tioos are true, (snd if tfoe court fcnow
I or elf and she thinks she do), the Observer
is not any longer a close observer of mat
ters and things in general, uot any more
prudjeot or politic, but is by the executive
force of circumstances compelled to run
io a certain groove which Prof. Darker
would say was supperindueed by iuordi
nava sell-esteem. eak points are most
easily dicceriiible in those who imagine
that they are the chief exponents of or
spakosmen for any particular measure or
question. It may be that the Observer
knbwYmore about the history of North
Carolina than others with equal oppor
tunity and tbst the defect lies in tbe
mahder of its telling it. This question
wa anil not now undertake to settle.
When we sttempt to settle the matter of
tbeMeckleoburg Declaration, weL shall
eonaVse oarself to facts exclusively, and
ry ; to, .dispense with biavado and gas.
The man that can find no better excuse
loi bis pofitiuu ihgu an attempt to ridicule
or upbraid others with a want of state
podc because they do not happen to agree
wt'n him on certain questions at issue, i
Injtaod in a bud way, and is lo be pittied
ortP BVM'y, uot to urea morf appro
priate term. The idea that a man is remiss
iy Jit" duty to his State because he will
uot aeeept the ipse dixit of mere pattsans,
fenaibu, aud so-called historians for
trufjb in the i aim uf contradictory vi-dc-i.c,
is too ridiculous to emanate
fog? any one who has uot Centennial or
aomeiftrng else pp tfoe braju. Who made
bar Observer the champion oi North Caro
lina's history sud Centennial eveuts ?
Are if who do uot agree with that paper
r uau in doty and wanting in loyalty to
the State T God save the mark, Tbe
" Observer ought to publish one wore arti
cle ot" "additional uvideuco" such as that
furoAsiied by liandolph W. Farley, all
f he way from New Hampshire, and then the
world WU h fion vjneed but H bas a very
wood e.i tot faculty or seeiyg mmih lit
lie, if nothing else is elected by it. Hero
io ao egtraci from a publication made 79
r48 ff tjte ere-nt about which t is U
gpvOMWidi4. The x tract Jooks yexy
liksh McNitt Jjclsration, hut has uot
oven jjs. marit of .ijal imaginary 4oco
The executive committee of the R idi
cal party of ibis State or rather the
reveuuc and other 1 ederal officials, and
the negro bosses who are dignified with
that appellation have isutd a secret ad
dress to the ''anointed," disclosing their
policy and their programme for the con
vention campaign this summer. The last
resolution read as follows :
Jtemhed. That copies of these rmolntions be
forwared by the secretary, together with the
proceedings of this meeting, to every Republi
can newapaper nere represented, and lo every
editor who has responded to the call bv letter:
and U is understood that these proceeding are not
to be published, BIT THK rbsolctioxs are FOR
"confidential", use and guidance of the
Notwithstanding this injunction of se
cresy, the Raleigh JVetcs has been furnish
ed with a copy of the resolutions, and
publishes the full text of the same. The
substance of the whole series may be
summed up in the closing sentence of the
following resolution relation to usury :
Resolved, that the passage of the XJMirv Law
U of donbt'ul utility, and that it is likely to
CH'.i!e much OMtress lo the people; and that,
while it is not recommended that the Republi
can press take decided grounds or against it,
IT U DEEMED ADVISABLE TO TAKE 8CCH AD
VANTAGE OF AN V NPOpn.AR Uff AS WILL
ENURE TO THE ADVAMTA4E OF THE REPUBLI
CAN FARTY. i,.
Yes, their policy is to have no platform
tnemseives, Out to take advantage of all
tue muuKes ana nnpopolsr laws of the
Democratic party. There " are subjects
for number of editorials , ip these resolu-.
lions, and we shall frpnvime to tune sin
p out a paragraph foraext.. Especially
do a e propose to dwell oh the resolution
relating to civil rights, and we hope our
Democratic exchanges will not let them
hear !tho last of lhat subject till all the
white people of the Stale can see thmngti
their designs as plainly as those whose
.business it is to act as sentinels on the
political watch Uywet of the country.
Working Bees. As "Spelllug Beis"
have about run their raee. it is suggested
that "Working Beea" be now organised.
i 1 . , . . .
auu see who can uesi wora and beat agree
in making a liviug without depending on
otbeis for support or tor bread aad meat.
ao one who idles away bis time on the
streets or in shady places will be allowed to
join, for the yooug ladies wsut to know who
tsas make a liviug by the sweat of his brow
or the work of his own hands or brain. By
all means lei a "Working Bee" be organ
ised. The ladies intend to form a "Sewing
Bee, whom is all tbe same as a working
bee Charlotte Democrat.
Give a child a habit of sacredly recar
diug the truth, of carefully respecting the
property of otbeis, of scrupulously ab
staining from all acts of improvidence
i - . . . ....
wnicsi eau involve turn in distress, aud be
;at . a. ... . -
Win juat as iikery think of rushing into so
eiemuut in wjmcu he eanoot breathe as o
lying, chaoting, gUd atWiug. lord
TV. . . I
triotism. Nor is this singular or at all astoun
ding. The peoples of the world do the like
trade where they can make or save
If the merchants themselves are not governed
by social and patriotic considerations it ia un
reasonable to expect the people to be governed
by them, and folly to cry out "Rmnotti?
But I respectfully submit that "Ruinoun"
was the merettt bugbear. If there is mi-chief
to the home merchant in the practice of direct
trading it will rectify itself. The process
may be slow but it is sure. Tbe wide-awake
merchant is a sort of trade barometer. He is
constantly on the look out for changes likely. to
affect his interest, and he la sure te discover
any that may exist, and to adopt his measures
to meet them. If he were to see that tbe peo
ple were going to drop tea, coffee and . milk
and drink chocolate instead, he would load his
shelves in a week with that article, although
at this time there may not. be a cake of it in
Salisbury. If the ladies were to lake it into
their perceant heads to send to A T.Stewart and
others for silks, ribbons, laces, etc., the obser
vant merchant here would gradually reduce
his stock of these articles and run his money
or something that would pay batter. Tluse
changes are constantly going on. The merchant
who fails to keep himself posted on them, is
unfit for his business and will fail. The in
competent members of tbe class are tbe only
ones who become alarm at them and cry "ruin.
oas." They are change- incident to human
affairs, and in-these latter days of rapid prog
ress business men will lose no lime in whining
over them, but meet them promptly as circum
Grander .No. 2, steps bravely forward to
vindicate his Order against what he construes
to be an imputation of hostility between its
members and the home merchant. His lanot
is lost. There is no antagonism between them
that tbe merchant need fear, notwithstanding
die leading principle of "dispensing with
middle men !" This can be said consistently
with all heretofore said on the subject, for there
waB none imputed. The merchant's capital arid
the demandf for it in the Varied forms ofbuv
ina is mire of its reward if Wisely directed
Xo hostility of individuals or organizations.
ti existed, could do more than produce a mo
mentary disturbance a little ripple on the
a i 'mm. a ..a am. ... sa a
suriace ot traae ana an wouia now on as
smothly as before.
Competition haa been- declared the life of
trade. If the maxim be true the home mer
chant understands it and Uvea by it. It ia bare
ly possible that some of them have not yet du
ly estimated the extent of the competition they
must meet from northern merchants by the
growing practice of our people patronizing
northern stores. When they shall have done
so, they will readily conform lo the require
ments of the case, and adopt measures for tbe
security of their capital and investments. It
may involve great changes as to the clam of
articles dealt in, but it makes no difference ao
profits are secured. It may even reduce profits
without being "Ruinous." It mav involve the
diversion of capital from merchan tile to other
pursuits (and I think this very probable) and
yet capital ia sore of its reward in some of the
nultifarioua forms in which it can always find
employment. It may stimulate t bo producing
intervals of the country by driving capital into
manufacturing and agricultural pursuits.
These changes, if they uke place at al 1, will be
in strict conformity to the usual laws of trade;
will ensue naturally and eaaily, doing ne harm
to the country, though an individual operator
here and there may go under, or "go up," to
use a east phrase, just se we see them going
naw, from 099 cause or another, v
build tbeir nests in my fruit trees The
birds capture a large share of the insects
iu the larval state, aud thus the millers
are prevented from depositing eggs for s
future crop of worms. Ae to tbe fruit,
by the bi ids, the Litter are always sore to
be on ha .d in futl force iu tin- season of
ripe fruit,' wliefticr tin y come nearl)
enough to take the; wnrins or nor. For
the most , tlir; reeid ne of bisects which infest my
garden, I find that iht- l.iborxtory of the
chemibt furnishes materia! fatal to them
all, among which white hellebore and
cayenne pepper are of the most utility ;
the bug or worm which cannot find vege
tation unfit vorod with these at tides will
i a a a a a " a .. - a
seea its orearrast eiscwnrre, ana leave .
my garden unmolested. A few drops of
carbolic arid in a pint of water will clean
house plants from lice in a very short !
time. If roovquirees or other bloodsuckers ! July 1. Itf75. 4
infest our sleeping rooms' at night, we uu
coik a bottle of the oil uf pennyioil, and
these insects leave in great haste, nor will
they rr-icrn so long aa tbe air in the mom
ia loaded with the fumes of that aromatic
herb. If rats enter the cellar, a little
powdered potash, throw r into their holes
or mixed with meal and scattered in ibeir
run wsry a;- irevet fwHs TO drive them' away
aycime peper will keep the buttery and
storerooms free from ants and cock roach
es. If a mouse makes an entrance into any
part of your dwelling, atnrnte a rag with
cayenne tn solution and stuff it uio a hole,
which can theu be replaced with either
wood or mOrTar." - No rat or mouse will
cat that rag for. the. purpose nf opening
communication w It la a depot of su plies.
T?SUIT TREKS. VLVE8 A PLANTS
large atoek at reasonable rate.
New Catalogue for I&7S and 76 with full d
acnptionrf of fruits, ent free.
AdJreas CB.MT A 8AILOR.
Ed P la i re,
Y ad Lin Ceswly. N C.
July J. 1875. dost.
T nTi?t wit.i r i : I'm invfntkd
M&IIWUI PATENT A LI 7X10 TUBES
An Uvcnasoa having a met important bearing on the f-u.m r V.rA tiniarai.. U eai
luch the quaaiiiv r rolaane ui toaw T I aSv iamid,
and the qoaliiy of toee mcrvd
Equal to Hat of He Best Pipe Onau of ike San Capacity.
VYil -I Pate." 'Tartare (.Va4et." thckn
"Vol Angii -V4. Enra
Administrator 'a Sale of
f ersc nal Property.
By virtue of an order of the Probate Court
uf Kowan ewtaty. I will otf.-r for sale at pablk
auction .it th j ( '., ri IIoum- door in tbe To
of Salisbury ,uu Saturday tne 4m day of Jul,
1 lt7&, the I'irtowinj pt-rouaJ estate, to-wit
i One bond of the etate of North Carolina. 5
:::-,', dan d April 1. 1 J, nominal value frU
; Inteiest due from April 1. 13. Ala thi
! I .'i!' s f the ConfinlaruU: thalce, S ot f 1
' coi l., a id u it ot 05.000.
ti. T. URKNUAKDT. Adinr.of
Auirustua T. ileilig.
Blackmcr 1 licodvraun Attorners,
Salisbury, N. f.
ri..MlMiHluVaf t rUtar-V-it 11-iroina."
in "Cdlo" or "CUritMart" Slos ll -." "tinrmona.
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ALL. THE Ia A K I3intu iiin I
Cn be oblsinrd only la lhc (Jrsantx
Fifty Different StrW.
v and Volume of Tone I awquaJU
PBICES, 850 TO 8500.
Factory and Warerooms, Cor. 6th and Congress
j xZf 1830. AQEWI8 Wanted in JBvcry Ccoatf
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORCANOL
J. D. McNEELY.
Merchandise and Exchaore Broker,
AGICNT KOK TltK BALK OF
laple aid Fait; Met.
SUGAK, ST R'JP, MOLASSES, COFFEE,
May SO, 1875. ly.
Fashion, says a ariter, kills more wo-
than toil and sorrow. Obedience to
fashion is a gresjer transgression of the
o her physical and meuul eoosiituiiuo
than the hardships of poverty and neglect.
The slave woman, at .her lask will live
and grow old, and, see two or three gene- ,
rations or uer mistresses taae and paostO
way. The was her, woman, with scarce,
rsy'ef hope to cb"cr Wr, in her oSs w,lll
live to see her fashionable sifters, all
extinct. The klteSroo maid -is hearty and
strong, when bur lady has lo be nursed
like a sick baby.
It is a sad truth that fashion-pampered
women are almost won hlefs fur nil 'the
good gnds uf life ; they have but little
torceef character;' I hey have still leas
power of moral will, and 4)nite as little
physical energy. They live lor no great
purpose' in lifc they accomplish no great
end. 1 bev are do lr. formed in tbe
hands of milliners snd servants, to be
dressed and fed - td order. They drrss
nobody, they bless nobody, and save oo
body. They write no books, they set no
rich examples of vinure and woman's life.
It they rear children, servants and nurses
do all, save to conceive and give them
birth. And wbeo reared, what arc they ?
What do they aver amount to, bat weak
er scions ot the old stock! ho ever
beard of a fashionable woman's child
exhibiting any virtue and power of mind,
for which it became eminent 1 Read tbe
biographies of oor great and good men
and women. NoJ one of them had
fashionable mother. They nearly all
sprung from women, who had a boot aa
little to .do with fas Lion as with tbe
a fill a,isK er a!pl s coxsra
i LT eN s8A sa
Espeei U attention paid to Collections and pranrnt
rac r i - I a l m wm n
iuoe lurinrriT ixi u jieu or J . a n . nurari,
under atiotial Ilulel, BAUBOVOV, N. C
Having made arrangements with fir claw
House in Uicbmond, Norfolk, Bakiaaeor,
Philadelphia and Kew York, 1 asa prepareu to
oOer (to Merchanta unTy) the sasae, if not bet
ter advanlagea here, an it they were to go North,
or order ibctuaelres. Can offer advantages ia
I will also bay and sell Kichaege, Bnlliosu
Gold and Silver Coin. Bank Ktrfea, Stocks aad
Bonds, on reasonable tenua.
Any rollei ifons vntrnated to me "will have
prompt attention Swd prompt veturna made.
Having prtatirvd a "Hssviaaw 11m an: ion
SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME BY USING TK
aa asa eO
It will ran lirhler. It will torn yoar land betier. It will make veat
yOa lem lo keep it in order, than any other Ptuw yo have ever awed.
Tire Proof imlV" I will receive
posit lor aafe keeping, or on loan, at a
ble rale of interval.
Parties having ra ney to lnen or wfebiag lo
born., will do well te confer with BSSi.
A Iho AgC hjr hratdae- B ire and Life Is
Siriig Stock: 1875.1
North Carolina Railroad Dividend.
Tbe dividend of six pr ce Jl- recently
declared by the JD i rectors of iho North
Carolina Hailroad Company will be paya
ble as follows. : three per cent on 1st Sep
tember, 1875, and thro per sent on 1st
. . a
We will farnUk vow Potata owe year for one dnw. in ordinary land tor eae Better
rm, pay your blackamiiu tu oo the aam m mr 44 faliiono I low T
We have just made- a great reduction in Price ?
All we awk of yoo ta. Try it, and then if you doe I like it bring it I
be rvfooded to
SO Bage Coffee,
50 Bajeela Sopar.
40 r " Mblassvo. -
5000 lbs. Bacon. 20011 Ihs L,rd.
2000 lha. Heat Surar Cared Hams.
20 K en Soda.
20 Boxes -
60 Adamantine Caudles. .
40 ttoap, 5000 Ibi. Carolina sllee.
ot) Cases Oyrters,
20 do Brandy reaches,
20 do Jiemou Hvruo.
dO do Fresh Peaches.
10 do Pino Appb-s.
!0 do Smoking Tobsecn.
25 Gross Snuff, 25 Cot's Cotton
40 do. Painted Pnils.
40 Boxes Assorted Candy,
100 Keams Wrapping Paper.
A full line of Wood t Willcn watr.
A full line of Boots Shoes (very cheap).
a. tun una oi ttata,
A mil line rf Buddies t Bridles, 8alt. Pepper
tnnacr. opoe, modn uoooa, avoyai Uakina
T J m m l .
ruwutn. laara. xooacco, urocaery, Xe roses s
Tanners t Mac rune una. Ac , c
The above stock was hooch t siaee the lata
heavy decline in prices, and ia offered at Whole
sale 4 setall at very short profit, for cash.
BINGHAM d CO.
Jane 3rd 1875.
WE WARRANT EVERY PLOW.
MERONEY & BRO.
ivy plow Shoes si fliO worth H00.
' -women Shoes at UoV' 160 A 17a,
No. 1. Her
Ladles BmbreAdeswd Sippers at 100
Ladies Slippers at $125 worth 175.
Ladies Croquet OUppers at 1 worth 800,
Ladies Cloth Gsltars at llfS wwrtk mk
Ladies Cloth Oarters at 1925 worth MOO.
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A BEAUTIFUL ITALIC GRATI C0VElUfi
Is now offered to every oue iutereated In heauiifvius and oroUti
their deceased relatives.
I hy are esavde io foor sixes, with a variety of style, ranging in p"v
toS60, aecordine to aire and slvle. Cti he tainted uv color desired
galvaoiaed to suit the taste of purchasers. A ralvauised plate. eonUitif
ipuoo partiea asirc, i- furnished wnh -ach mound lr"
THIS HANDSOME DECORATION
Is offered at socb prioes ss to place it within reach of all. ne iavilo the
and public generally to call and examine for tbemsalvrs.
Speciman can be rsn at J. A. Ramsay's office.
SaiUsburm. C Am. .
- aw m
Kerosene and Soline Oil
At Soduood Prioea LunXBI'
30 cts WILL BUT
EinrtBB' BEV0 iTOlet
.Next to Hats oer &c Bro.
to Mevowey A Bros.