Eg ' . : w s n f - '
Kluttz's Steam Mills, under the energetic
hand of Mr. Ruffus Miller, are being throughly
overhauled, and will he read? for work about
Aug. 1st. Mr. Miller assures us that when com
pleted these mill will be second to none in the
Hone. Thos. L. Clingman, and David
Coleman, have been nominated for Convention
...ili.. - a 1 .1 1 rv at ert
' 4 ,ing to oe "
' price ha. beeaoinsted for the J? B.un,00,f "d C io Burke
lMi has been
, looking very flne in this section at
A good selection.
started at Releigh
It is Radical.
Capital selections. Everywhere our people are
putting forth their best men, and in WKm 8.
Henderson and Francis E. Sbober, Rowan will
have a delegation of which she may well be
; On Friday afternoon bat,
again the Overseer of the Poor of the ed by the Salisbury Cornet Band, the
County in respect to the manner in which of the Fulton Masonic Lodge, of this place,
he removed from the jail to the Poor Houses, formed ia procession at the Lodge room, and
Tuesday morning last, a ooor erszv necrose. eioonea Craven, D. D. of Trinity Col
mm U. f ! . & - V .
it true, as reported, the Count v Cominis- w lUB ru9i rtmojvnmn caucn, wnere
sionera will doubtless take cognizance of if.
Jos Roseehs has laid on our table
Changed Hands. The Boy den House has
passed into the hands of Mrs. Reeves, who has
vacated the National, which is at present un
occupied. Mr. Linton, late proprietor of the
Boyden, proposes to enter some other business.
Mrs. Reeves has hitherto been remarkablv
A postponed meeting (BaUdlng and Loan) .occesaful in the Bote! business, and with the
-ill btssW te-iorrow uigm. '"7 ", I advantages secured in the Boyden, is better
Lsfcpurpoee of the redemption of stock only, prepared than ever before to display her skill
I .!- WatwrnAmmmWl,' !
- nar Carson, of McDowell county,
. - - L..ttkliul i 1
fcHkd lew eays sw, - w. - We do wish that bur intelligent formers
., i. - " w-fsv- t would; take mete interest in the Watchman.
11 (Via farm f AM- I 7
I Imp or a-Tb6y000id heip , to make it a much better
.mar Marion, a lew days ago, and car-1 u (. woQld on,y uke tUe troabIe to
offaOsab. furnish as items of news in their neighborhoods
r reports of crops ; experiments with new seeds
A press of other matter crowds out oar usual and fertilising materials, extraordinary yields
... 1 TV . . i I I , , li i.l .! 1 o m i
j-- nances tins wees, vso to cnurcn ana 1 01 any proaucr, ana us means usea kcxc, witn
any outer items or interest that come to their
into Slavery. W . F. Henderson,
better known as Windy BUI, haranged the
darkies in the Court House here, on Monday
mgm last. Among others he told that "the
Dimocrat just want to get into power again
to put you colored people hack into slavery
a i w . Si - . &
iwa a wonuer mat saon monatro s hes do not
buster sad burn the thioete that give them it
i mi - -a.no yet we poor darwinian dnpes
believe such stuff: TUats the way the Radi
cals propose to fight the Convention question,
ber for J oars If, reader
-mm. - SM
Mrs. Or. Reeves has bought out Mr. W. T. Li n
ton.sndrtnioved to the Boyden House, closing
VsWsea for the present.
be delivered an able, interesting, and practical
address noon the snbiect : "Mason rr. sai mk
mm r ' " m W
component of Society." The address
listened to with marked attention from be
ginning to end, and did ample justice to the
distinguished orator. At night a social-reunion,
with refreshments, was to hare, takes place in
the Lodge room, but on account of nW fascism
sot weather it was postponed until. Saturday
night, when the worth, beauty and intelligence,
not only of the fraternity, but of the whole city,
were gathered together, and spent a few boors
as pleasantly as is ever allowed to mortals "this
side Jordan's wave.w Our handsome young
friend Mr. J. F. Ross, opened the exercises in
Great Sale In Danville Maj. W. a neat little speech of welcome, and introduced
T. Sutherlin. of Danville, has advertised to Rev. J. Ramnle. who for s short while ente
sell 103 Building Lute re the town of Dan-1 the audience in his happiest vien. Then
vffle, Vn., on tfae'l&h Jqly Instant. Per- came ice-cream, cakes, lemonade, nuts, can
sons attending the sale eaa go and return I diea M in abundance; and deftly served by
for one fair. AtbDle aeeommodationa at th l"lura P" on piessanuy, ana
Hotels I without a jar, thanks to the watchful eye and
Danvills is rovrfn. tfMW .-A airectin hta a- Holister, who was master
O sf " --m-m J 1 UWI
GREEN SBOBO FEMALE C(ft-
Greensboro, tf. C.
The Fall Session will begin on the 18th. of
TERMS REDUCED. ,
Charges per Session of 20 trteks.
Board (exclusive of washing A lights) $75 00
Tuition in regular English course, 45 00
Charges for Extra studies, moderate.
For Catalogues containing particulars, apply
to T. M. J oses, President
President Board of Tract em
June t7th, Sfaios. ptL
CRAIGE & CRAIOE.
naturally attracts much attention
The town has excellent Railroad facilities in
competing lines. It has a splendid water
power in the Dan river on which it is sit-
natod;aodis located in the center of the
great Tobacco interest of N. C. and Va.
of ceremomest it pleasant incident of the
evening was the presentation by the Lodge,
through Mr. J. F. Koss, to Mrs. J. D. Holister
of a magnificent pyramidil cake, which was April, 15th 6wa.
decorated with all the emblems of the Order.
This wss a handsome recognition of kindly
offices rendered the Lodge by Mrs. H. Who
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
At the old stand of Foster A Horah.
Just received a full Hoe of Hats, and Boa-
nets, trimmed snd uhtrimmed. Ribbons, Scarfs
and all the latest French and American novet-
tM'at ALL PRICE
Orders executed with care and dispatch.
Pinking and Stamping done to order.
The Store will be conducted on the Cash sys
tem and no eood or work will be charged to
any one. This rule ia nnvarible.
MRS. S. J. HA.LYBURTON.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
Wholesale sfc Retail Drug;
ut, l L i
BALloDUax, B. U.
keeDers, Yotuur FoDou
Old Folks, Smokes, Pain
ters, Farmers, Grangers,
tW Special attention paid to
as44 2 Q JLJeAastraJp4B
asi ( 4
1 Hosae Sbwttle Sewing hi
ixtarcs 1st sale
March 4. 1674. tC
Mr. Jno. Emmert, formerly of Maryland but
for several years past jpxitizen of this county,
passed through Salisbury on Wednesday last on
A negro riot at Vicksbnrg last Tuesday re- his way back to Maryland. This step is caused
wltd Io the killing of two negroes and the by the recent burning of the Rowan Mills, and
grioos wounding of others. Rowan Handle Works, which Mr. Emmert had
been running very successfully. Mr. E. is
The Kuril Carolinian. This most snpe- not onj a thorough going business man, but a
nor of all the Agricultural papers ormagasines, perfect gentleman as well, and carries with
a 00 our table deeply interesting as usual. him the universal respect and hearty good wishes
tCaka.whiwa. presented to Mrs. I or people.
ssffj a ,
Tot which it U becoming the leading market, I afterward generously donated the handsome
The sale is absolute. Terms one-half present to the Oxford Orphan Asylum.
J. D. McNEELY.
Merchandise tan Exchange Broker,
Marriage Licenses issued in
Fulton Lodge may well feel proud of the oc-
and mark it down as one of the brightest
in its history.
AQKST TO Tilt SALE
need anythmg in the way of
ads ?a v l .H i
1 " . SESJSJ
House & Lot for Sale !
the best articles lee the
i . .1
iir v . srr uj
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
The Hoose snd Lot oa the
and Beak Sra. reaes
Brown, ia offered for sale.
valuable properly in
lently Nluaied uatne
sewn. Persona deajriag
tkm caa otttatn M ay
ting with either of the
bar Mas. Ana
lljlB 311 FflBCy BfltSnB. l ".000 papers warranted fresh and genuine
Hn umititt ssrrrr !J feeed Lnndreth, Buiat, Ferry,
uunn, e.nur, snutn..s.., -sa, ftnd Johniont & RobWfm, At
6 cents a Paper. Lib era 1
two mi las
tt.K on, lard, Sec.
Holister, by Fulton Lodge, was disposed for the li :cpt. Jno. Ramsey, bad a tain.
lawK of the Oxford Orphsn Asylum on Wed- abU horse attacked with this daneerous affection
sy night. gome tjme nce M ne succeeded in treating
it successfully, our readers would do well to
Maj. J. C. Turner who hss been seriously ill make a note of the case. The treatment is simnlv
frosUrtto of paralysis, has so far recovered as this :-A strong blow with a hammer was struck
to be removed to the home of his son, Cspt. i the centre of the animal's forehead, first,
Colden Turner, in Georgia. placing a plank over the forehead, which
I knocked him down, and at once relaxed the
Mr. u.t. fenion, me popular ana accom
odating baggage master on the W. N. C. R. R
At a meeting of the citizens of Salisbury A FI LL link op sa
jaj wul. j - t . i Toerttahio on the 3rd. da of Julv the follow. T L Y ON Hinn
win ncBij Aieiauucr, w Vnarioive vtuiieu . J . i m r i . .
1 PUrke Perry Gtahem Kate Partee Foard. lnf nominations for township officers were JSspeesai aELtniwn pata to cnuecnoiu ana jnw;
Cicero ArmisteadBtwley-MarthaAM ' , , r a W mi.
... - I W7 nr. . I asijii-s- IUIUKI I y UVV is Uii va jj v. " - -v
Micnael ewton Swisher-Wincey Ann 3ully- " -Aoisjxnaxsw. ; I under National Hotel. SAUsnsjjnr K. O. L
M "DUn' P Adam .s - tmM ...
t r. r. ... w. . XiaVlUK U14UC Ulinintlimiu w ....
urown, rf.r.xwwan.iL, w , rr tee, U. J- Houses In Richmond. Norfolk, Bsltimore,
h Kseo deservedly promoted to a Conductor's
place, nee Cspt. Horace Connolly, resigned.
Tat schedule on the Mncksville Mail Route
Vas been reversed, snd the mails come in now
on Monday, Wednesday snd Friday, returning
a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
rigidity of the muscles. A purgative dose of pul
verized Aloes was then administered, (six
dramcbs) and the horse perfectly reeoved.
Ia the language of sn impassioned and elo
quent ipeeker, ws desire to ssk ; "Gentlemen,
vbersJs your Fourth of July ?" Gone where
tas wood-bine twineth. Pesos to its departed
Piae Oats. -Mr. J. W. Fisher of this county
Tsissd from 3 bnshels of seed. 121 large shocks
of Day, and He thinks it will Ihesh out between
Wtni 125 bushel. This is certainly a good
Among the speakers at the County Conven
tion on Saturday last, was Prof. Abner W. Owen
whose happy effort is worthy of special notice.
Prof. Owen has a style of his own, which is at
once unique, original, entertaining and inimita
ble. He proved himself equally at home amid
the floven of poesy, the figures of rhetoric, and
the sterner facts of history, and although called
up unexpectedly an8 speaking under disadvan
tages he showed himself every inch sn orator,
and held the audience spell-bound to the
"Free from the dorrrtgf sera pies that
rnUl 1 nmwf na Mills TW.
Samoel Luther Canup Frances Roxana
Richard F Roueche Lundy M. Caaort
Calvin Henderson Bost Laura R Lingle.
Joseph Washington Cox Martha Locke Bui-
1-1 L. . - . ......
Jerry Townsel, to Mary Parker.
3 V . ' m
Aieaaoaer jenains cnarioue Lowerj.
William Johnson Eliza Dickey.
Thirteen in all rife knew the market would
improve. Hot weather don't stop it.
fetter orur free born reason."
The above is the motto of the man that
writAS rVntpnnlA.1 flrtilp.a for fliA flhor.
Sorael ody has shown Joe Caldwell, ni otiB and throatens to bnrn down
the (timer, a freg whieh live, and office becauae the WatcJiman ia a bet.
tjnres ,n alcohol. We know Joe envies ter paper than the Odsfirwr. Poor fellow
T1 frog- if he would just "free;' his office of him-
Tbe Radical, hav'nt put out their candidates 8plf the Observer would improve.
fcrConrention, in this county yet. but we lesrn
tast Thos. R Long, snd Isaac W. Jones, are
likely to be their men. It don't mske any
iftrence who it is. Pink Hall, would run
about as well as any of em.
Sabbath School Celebration We have
been kindly furnished a carefully written
account (too long for th is issue ) of a eele
bsation at Luther's Chapel, on the 6th lost.
Itj was largely attended, comprising dele
gates from three Sabbath Schools, and cit
izens, in all to the number of about l.UUti
persons. Rev. W. R. Ketehey opened with
prayer. Mr. K- P. Julian made ao address,
and was followed by Rev. D, M. Hinkle.
Declamations were made by Abner Julian
and Chas. Rose. These exercises were in
terspersed wjth voeal and instrumental mo
rn At the end of them, all partook of a
feast spread in the grove, where pleasant re
unions were had. kind and loviog words
were spoken, warm congratulations and fare
wells given, and all dispersed to their respec
tive homes, happier and better for the day
Philadelphia snd New York, Ism ia one sou to
oner (to Merchants only) the same, u not bet
ter advantages here, as if they ware to go North,
or order themselves. Can offer advantages in
I will also buy and sell Exchange, Bel 1km,
Gold and Silver Coin. Bank Notes, Stocks and
Bonds, on reasonable terms.
Anv collections entrusted to me will have
prompt attention and prompt returns made
Having procured a "Herring Cham
i Fir Proof Safe." I will receive money on de
posit for safe keeping, or oa loan,- at a r manna
ble rate of interest.
Parties having raaney to lose or washing to
Tl,a .in.,.ns ranti .t. I borrow, will do well to confer with me.
" w"7 I . t c. i xn a nr. T
met annni nir In nrpvin,, nmint m.n In ja.lt AimJ lul u,Dk K,mT. 1 " "
w r rr . .... . anct ijo'a
bury on Saturday 3rd of July, 1875, for the I Aoril 29 Srao's.
Andrew Murphy. .
M. A. Smith. f . , yt
Fou Sc h col Con
. . w 1 , - - a . I .
John M. Horah, Luke Blaekmer, J. J.
Bfuner. - ' v bnai-w.
TrO. HAUflrHTON, ChVil.-
JOHN W. MAUNEY
J. D. McNEELY.
A club of young gentlemen of this city will
make a tour of the mountains of this State in a
short time. The Officers of the expedition are,
Capt. E B Neave, Treasurer ; J S McCubbins,
Tr (Vimmiuarv f! H Ksrtror IMm mt
nr. thos. a. Min of Newark, New Jesey, T.-iv-.; . w w rwAnn.n v xr .
huiarented a system of telegraphing by which, j ,A Bto( Register ; H M Jones, Wagon
"wunnun mai ovw worun can oe rccornca dt
. r . r ! 1 m "-,jmiJ
telegraph in one minute, and that four message;
cn be sent over one wire at the same time.
There will be s meeting of the citizens of
rVotideuce Township at the Hatter shop on
the day the sheriff collects his tax there, for
ths purpose of nominating Township officers
Providence Township : All are invited to
Mastsjr; E P Brown, Surgeon ; Dr J F Griffith,
Orderly. Sergeant; Frank Young & J H Heilig,
Canyatsmen. We hope they. may have a good
time, and return to their homes safe and sound.
- - . '. .
Our Living and Our Dead. This ex.
"tmmt periodical comes to us this month
lastly enlarged. It is gratifying to see that it
vstinues to improve, grow in interest and
ml merit. Price only $3 a year. Address,
D. Pool. Ralshrh N. C. i
Personal : Chss. Price Esqr. late Senator
Rowan, A Davie was in the city yester
T" Mf' "r hM haen unanimously nominated
thsxleoservative Candidate for Convention
in wm . ....
The editor and proprietor of the Charlotte
Observer is evidently ina bad way. We baye
so completely befogged and worried, him on the
Centennial question, thst he ia now talking
shout burning up his office. . We don't want
him to do that. The lorn of his services to the
State and the Centennial cause would be irre-
pairabie. No, don t do that, Jones. We are
not angry with you. We were only poking fun
at your eccentricities. We are going down -to
Charlotte soon, and We will ' take yon not to
ride. We nave . already engaged the team
from your enterprising liveryman, Mr J. W.
Wardsworth. He says we shall have the best
turn out in the State. Won't yon ride with us,
Jones, and give over that idea of burning Op
your office ? We can't do without yon.
Redeeming Land. Messrs. Wm. Murdoch
and n. 11. Wiley are vigorously engaged in
the improvement of a large tract (nearly 500
acres) of the Macay lands, 2 J miles West of this
place, and South of SherriU's Ford road. They
have 100 or more acres of branch bottom, about
50 acres of which was formerly used as a mead
oWifbnt daring the war and since, went to bush
and weeds. The present proprietors are there
fore doing a work, of redemption as to this part;
and as to the other, subjugation of original
growth. They nave already cut miles of ditches
and drains, and the work still goes on. The
aim, we understand, is to establish thorough
drainage, and then by cultivation, bring the
whole in condition for Timothy and Herds grass.
The soil is rich and deep, and if the scheme
proposed is carried out, tney will soon nave a
property yielding, at a. low average, $50 net to
the acre per annum. Thug it will be seen that
a big thing is aimed at no less than a net an
1! ..fSKAAA ' - '
It is an enterprise of the right sort bringing
to the support of the country something it had
not before. If he who makes two blades of
grass grow where only one grew before is entitled
to honor, they who make wilderness lands pre
dactive should be entitled to double honor.
purpose of nominating delegates to send to the
State Convention, Luke El ickmcr Esq, being
called to the Chair, and Messrs. J. B. Gibson
and A. W.Owen appointed Secretaries. The
roll of Townships was called, and ail t be Town
ships were represented but one. The Conven
tion then proceeded to ballot for delegates: on
the first ballot J. S. Henderson Esq. re
ceived ten lownsnips; balance scattering, vo
ting for Messrs. Crawford, Sbober, Biackmer,
Bruner, McCubbins, and Flemmine. On mo
tion of W. H. Crawford, Hon F.B 8 lober, was
nominated by acclamation. A committee wrs
appointed to wait on Mr. Henderson and an
a e mi m -
nounce ins nomination. 1 lie convention was
addressed hv Messrs. Shobtr, Henderson and
Owen. On motion the Salisbury papers were
requested to publish the proceedings of the
Convention. On motion the Convention ad
J. B. GIBSON,) q.
a. w. Owen, r bec
'KLUTTZ' 8 DRUG
the undersigned aUrs for sale Tit
offend lying on the N. C. R.
East from Saltatory. Thm land will baanbibl 4
lots if oWi red.
Also 108 acres eight miles Wee from Se.
bar j on the Beetle nRard road. T.ls Is nearty
Balistjuij, N. C. rsmm -iT
JOHN W. NAUNET, AgL w
ror kM. wona a.
May 11,1876 L ,
95 BBLgy Basis, OoooBica h Paa-
LS8S, JtTBT HRL1IVBD AT
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STOKE.
1 F0B.TTTF X TB IT
Ru. bold bv
R Erie. Pa.
nn Daily to Afwcta
1 Family rawer la
free, AM. M'FU UX,
Just punishment. A Quincey 111., dis
patch says :
"Last night a negro on the Keokuk and
North Western Steamboat Line entered a
white lady's state-room and attempted an
outrage upon her. Ao engineer hearing
her scream rushed in and bmke the negro's
skull with a band spike, killing him almost
A M m
At the residence of John B'Verble.Eso.. on
Wednesday the 3rd day of June, by David I.
Bnngle Esq , Kictrsrd F. Koueone to
Lunda M. Casort, all of Salisbury,
BELL & BRO.
rtfTav tko hAat plMtion of Jewel rv to he
ound in Western North Carolina. Consisting of
LADIES' A GENTS? GOLD WATCHES
Csold Opera and Test Chains,
PINX3 QOLD PLATED Jewelry,
CLOVER AND GRABS HID.
A Urge stock, warranted Extra cleaned,
Freak & Genuine, at low prises at
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE.
: M - v .
To Country Merchants
I have the largest stock of
Dyee, Grocers Drugs Sot., In Western
Carolina, and am now prepared to tell at
Baltimore Price, thus saving
you the freight. Special ettentwa In wat
tling Essences, Laudanum, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc. Caster k 3 weft Oil Sec. Write
for nrirea. fa
!TUEO. F. KLUTTZ DBUGGI8TJ
8axbut, N. 0.
Flavoring Extracts, Essence, Spices,
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye-8iuffs,
Toilet and Laundry Sonne, Lye, Matches,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys dec, al
ways on band of beat quality at
BlJjKJ X k SJ O 1flUU a Vf au
For Yonni Laiie and Gentian.
Fine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps x Cosme
tics, Soaps, achous, Toilet Seta, Vases,
Hair, and Teeth Brushes, Pocket Books
dec, in endless variety at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
with two 96.00 tferosnom.
9 & 9r4 a '' 0 a ill mn ..L fc
e 1 1 1
1 ! ! 'J
S 1 0 TO S5D0
SENT FREE i.S'S
Brokers, 72 Bniadway New York
Ofmyf4tswfHof Stf MosAswrH
ana fwuw. avammssa mVwaaabSl VaTawawsm amssnsa agm
MMt weUSs, ifsvwoSvmSttZ aaZ
' tr Jtam W
In Rowan Co., N. C June 24. 1875, by
Rev. Sam'l Rothroek, Mr. Calvin H. Bost
and Miss. Laura R, daughter of John Liugel,
Corrected by McCubbins, Beall, and Julian
CORN new 80 to 85.
OOTTON-ll to U
FLOUR $2.73 to 3.
MEAL 85 to 90.
BACON county) 121 to 14 - hog round
POTATOE8 Irish 90a Sweet75 to 81
EGGS 12 to 15. F
Cigars M you Say ?
I Oh yes, we have ibem at all prices
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and can sell
them by the box st jdbbeis prices, our
celebrated 3 cent PECULIAR
CIGAR is acknowledged the beat in the
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE,
has established itelf a a perfect
erf! remedy for diaorda wt tne IJilias ayjgfM
rom improper action of the Liver snd Bowels.
ITI8 NOT A PHTSIC. bnt. by tifcstatiag '
toe aerretire orraos, gwutlv aae STMWBUV
removes U imparilie. and regulates ths eur
IT Ui SOT A WCTOaZO BITTsaS, DUt M SJ
mw - as I i
which asfists digestion, snd thus stimulates the
appetite fr food necessary to irrigorate tne
weakened or inacuTe orfranf.nuu p urerrrn
to all the vital forces.
It CAsaiss its own UKoiuiaraaTioM, at
the large snd rapijl j ircnasirg sales testUjr
Price One Dollar a bott'e. Ak joar dmnis.
f.,r it. Johjibtp HOxlowat 4: Co. FnJta rat
TTholeaale Agents. . - : .
urT.vv.n W4 7?j? nnm PENS. dh-J
1 ' Tt-nr irn-rc I 1ATTODO r.
I rUlvrj TT ItMLtO . biyuVAO tor
Thev are agents for the celebrated Diamond I 1 v u -J
arT from Minute Crystal PEBBLES. band at
Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
warrant eu a oionin. cnarges as tow a wnu-
. a u
lam wuii rwm wi. . - f tA
Store on Main street,? doors abore ational A CTrai IMI OK) CeiltS DCt
2p . 1874ly.
majority, and will make a capi- musical entertainment given by the pupils of ppeech to reoorton the oooasion, we cannot do FEAT HE
that lady's music school, at Merooey's Opera tbaa to prillt the grandiloo,uent ezordi RYE a 9
Hsll on Monday evening last was a grand sue- am 0f OQe which was made by a Radical orator REESEW
Re Canvas, in this county will open
11 lJJPnn next Thursday. The Can.
lfet nominated last Saturday, Messrs.
Henderson, are two well known
" wquire any formal introduction by
lh Ptopw of this county.
M. M W1 MTh "aiorinun Ponrth" want patAKCIWi: i ik tm Ol..
wf p. wv. . w i by unhtmomi tais year, anu as we nave no LAUD 15
HER? new, 50.
BEESEWtS-28 to M.
tmL x Atll. JjMut1 m.w.A 1 . 1 11 r I Fmi w wt-m a rw a Wa a m
ine siage wa ocuiu.7 - several ears ago. oaia we speoaer -jus- 1 w ilriiA 1 ol.Std a ol oO.
ii .j. u hawahs ia nninn ai iwisrm. i awn.11 a : . - ?i m.. ; j wa TTmnn n- a a . r r
1 1- I I r I n n Mi rutin I . !. ' 1 ; ' . .. - a nriltJI. ITirtTTI'll . o
mppuH i.w" eiT"!. ' laoasion, auou a ichwu w iwhimv.uw wi uauw inuii wo. . . 1
a picture fair indeed to look upon. The entire the horizon ot the people since Christopher Blackberries, 6 eeota..
programme waa superbly renaerea, waicaimg Columbus disciverea tno great ocean, jay
the very finest amateur talent. frStf, bad 00iored fellow-citisens we have acasiou to be
tee 1 r rend of t be foartanay or J aiy. For it
The the fourtb day of July seventeen hundred and
there is not such another
space we should like to mention some
cienes' particularly, but most forbear.
. . a. XLJmm. - I :'!- 1 -.I'. U. 1 .;-r kat Pkn-tnnkv rVilnmKni lanttn.l
r.it romrtina it wnicft wm DC lurneo over me urpnan ajsiuhi. "y,- v
FRESH TURNIP SEEDS
Just Received a Fresh Supply of
Early White Flat Dutch
. , , .. ( j..-.
"HTPM. and nobodv thinks sho.it rnorti nr
'be Papers. We want oar MH-t-sa mtr
trt. .j .... . ... to the nlf.isures of the evenine.
. , nw, 10 ur op in in in matter. 1 r: . " w ;
oat and out anything unaided, and don't
Early Red Top
-V.I ; 1 K.1.r, an1 tk. VJ !..- U r. f o I
TfaiHMkbury Coxneflglili III flirt jti Much I what was tha dom' dowa here m Virginny at
that time r xna nau war root on tne di&ck
to be cussed for not finding it out.
Telegmpb VVe are glad to learn
Bwn UN will Buurvi uc ruu
"allebary to Asheville. and thence to the
tnal staUon or Mount Mitchell The
fiojsrnmentUtobuilditftnn? the station to
Asaertnc. citisens thence to.Old Fort, and the
iaZjfm TT,0,I Telegraph Co., thence to Balis-
' "apply a lung felt want.
Murder ! murder ! murder 4 shrieked a young
Jy on niM St.. one night last week. She
. gone to sleen leavinir a .! kamtn.
Ji -waking late at night, found all in dark'
aess, and hmi -t.-i.t .
U . - - uoee in tne room
.. crus nromnSlir hWM.f hi .. i
4t Uut k. iJMUnpurf tb light,
man's neck a bollerin six temper tyranibus
(tremendous applause ) My colored fellow cit-
isens if these Dun moe rata ever gits into pow
in this country agiu, they'll do like they done
in Rome. Look at Rome ! once the pi
master of the land and mistress of the seas, and
whar is she to-day ? Overrun by Greeks, Cans-
dians and other savages." Andsoon to thai
Eicnrsioa to Old Fort anil Betin.
GREAT BARGAIN STORE.
The undersigned take pleasure ia informing
their customers and the community at large
that they are now in reeepts of a large stock of
Bprinq and Summer Goods selected with great
care and direct from the Eastern markets eon
sUtfng in part of all kinds of Dry (Goods Va
P I Ii
a Jk-w. f-ii . tfMi A ' ft II
Cnunhs. Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL T 110 AT DISnAHWS,
WEL8' CARBOLIC TABLET,
PUT UP OlLT IN BLUE BOXM.
A THIRDAND SUEE EEMiDY.
Sold br ln.Kjit genenllv. and
FULLLKA FL'LLEB, Clmsfo, IIl '
ap8ICUOMAKCY.or 8OUL CH aRMIHG "
Mow either sex may factnata snd smb. ths
ean possess, tree, uj mau, lonoc. lofscnevwna
a marrisge guide, Kgiptiaa Oraele, Draeeis,
Hints tolndiee. Wabrlgbt Sahrt. Aa. .
jnow taeok. AAdsaesTT ILUAM ACn. fwj,
K of the L KlTi.fi
tbenrand rouiu of too yean ef
Progress. New Complete, Or er
Illustrated Btoit body buys It ft sfswa? ssehe
rowglOO (oM)0 a asst. ftjdns J. C. He
vwia faaaa.es s w pMvwl
by R. w. Fas
Those Whistles.-It is pleasant, these dull
times, while the farmers are so busy in their
crops, to been the whistles of the machine
shoos aad mills ia our town. Tney eeeas ito
say there is life under thias
though it is not very pleasant , for
show much of it himself. Tun Messrs. Mf
r ney and Mr. E H Marsh are driving right
along, theif sbops in fall work do ing all aorts
of lobs, in iron, brass and wood. Calls on them
for articles can scarcely fail, from a tooth pick
tp a steam engine. The Farmer's Plow -has
given snch satisfaction, that the Messrs. Mero
ney have the pleasure to know it hi becoming
Domilar. Kluttz's reconstructed Mill will eboss
-s ' . k A I - . 3 .' . i .U
be in full ran on the new wheat crop. Orders murders, suicides aau otner itanunf
solicited. Callers welcomed. eeenta. With the earthquakes, Btorms,
. floods, peats, deauu py Tiwanca ana
Ex-emperor Ferdinand, of AusVia. is otherwba. thift prophecy bs been iugu-
dead. larly tumnatl,
16th and 17 th Jul
car rates $IJM.
it the rerulsr hour of mail train.
R.8 . VF00D,
A remarkable prediction. M. M
Pomeroy, editor of Pomeroy's Democrat
predicted before the close of last year,
that 1875 would be remarkable for the
number of He disasters oa land and
" "W. T. O&ftSM.
. J. A. HARRISON
ji t it r'-'
Administrator's S ale of
By virtue of an order of the
of Rowan county, 1 will otter Tor sale at poblic
auction at the Court House Ooor m t&e Town
of Salisbury, on Saturday the 24th day of July,
1875, the Pillowing personal estate, to-wit :
One hood of the State of North Carolina. Sc.
538 . dated April 1. 1869. nominal value 1 1 ,000
Interest due from April I, 1863. Also three
bonds of the Confederate States, B of $1,000
each, and one of f5,w
C T. 13BRN
U1H msTt Brwa fl
. .-. . . . . . '
Tltilw 9K Mint 'm. hm f WarrrtrnMLted or
I- J Medical AdvlBar," by R. V. Pisses. M. D-
meoting, I have at last found the Ureal , Us,
4 . ALBEMARLE PFSAIE JXSTTTUTE.
SetnedylZr Chills, Fcrer A Ague, Ac. A ChnrioessnMlte Vn. MHa AsaalJi.esj .
and can confidently rtemmmmmmi H to asy fctetndhoiwaah tneiraeiMm !ltat
Which the art determined to stU low down
for cash. Highest Cash prises paM for all kinds
BRNHABDT, Admr. of
Biackmer A Jlsnoerson Auornerg,
July 1, lo75.-4 w.
of Country prod
and we believe that the publis will find
it to their interest to call and examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HO TROOB I to SHOW MOBS.
. . . TT kl f .4J ifc' L-lilin
We beg to return our thanks for past
patronage and hope by fair dealing and
strict attention to ouaioeas 10 merit
continuance of the same.
rrteiuiff and the prnMie. Try It.
TP V A Q
X JLd jHte Oe
Finest Teas in the mark
et, Put up in air tight,
lib cans, 25 per cent leas
than usual Prices at
I abort whenever yon want
tioes wajfally preayed. 05 need
usually kept in a Jf trtt elm
wai want to hs sWaia ml
what row nail for. snd ef
and, promptly served. Be ente
or eeod to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Drooaor
8 ALI8rT, N
;jam. JS, 1B76 U
Ho lies is
bo held st the
hereby given that an Election will
to the stock ef the
of Rtfwan Ceent
OKU ML S
DEED TUOISASD DOLLAB8 W MT fx
ball teste en
is given tester
the Legktotarr, Mini at Relate
D. A. DATA
L W. COLAH Alf
JNO. G. KLEKI