r, , -r it , . , 7
Dnip U buildlne & lmrM rnin
Ut. TOO- . . - "
JJfcd warehouse new the depot.
l correspondent of the Piedmont Prese,
-aril from Baltimore, says they have uoada
JJJrtreetttbwei By sulminy is dot eol
rtLDiwo A Loan next Monday night and
Psnnsylvexis, there was a taw wMeh stated
follows : -That if any white females often
years and upward, should appear in any street,
lane, highway, church, courthoase, tavern,
hall room, theatre, or any other public of resort,
wun naaea suouieers (i.e. low necked dresses,)
being able to purohaaa neoeassry cletbinr, shall
forfeit and pay a fine, not less than
irr and save cost.
Be on hand all
. ire to hear DO more of our long-time
k. the Bvteken. They are SUmgkUrcrt
Boa U sound any hettatt
men oi questionable character to bare their
shoulders, as a badge Of distinction between
the chaste and unchaste."
4ohajrg. and achieved
I'ERsos ai.. Mrs D A Davis is
at the Catawba White Sulphur.
Mrs Jos Horah, Mrs Dr T W Keen and Mrs
J A Clodfelier are all at the Davidson Healing
zrw t ' a. . v a, m ,mw r w : . .
boys of Ue Salisbury
I five yo a
the 83rd. inst. The
pupils in th
lie School have acce-
will proceed to
ool on Friday,
e morning were
prongnt up tn battle array for a spelling match.
After three encounters a few came off victori-
morethan two hundred dollar." The closina ous, and manv wounded. Jut mu ..iw
paragraph of the law, however permi'tVed ''wo-JThere was another enemy to fight, and the
young Grammarians being armed with the
potent weaHna of the mind, arrayed them
selves in order for battle, wed made a gallant
a greet victory. At
3 o'ciook P. M , the classes were arranged for
cn tical reading, and acquitted themselves very
respectably. Young America on the stage.
The exercises in Elocution and Declamation
were tolerably good. In the evening the mate
and female apartment joined and bad Tableaux
Viveute. The boys acted dialogues. Both
appartments acquitted themselves well. The
ate OaU -Capt. I. Wilson Fisher, of this
"O .1 L - J. - - ... .
' m a
of oats, from a sowing ox only (Ares
. .a - e,ai
Was nt tnai nuuy r
M M.y Shober ia gracing (he White Sul
- - - ' 1 l .
IHinr wiin ner iair presence. , j
Mrs Theo F ElntU has been
for several weeks, and is now in Stateaville.
Mr. B C Arey has jest returned from the Eu
peptic Springs. 4 Hm
Mrs A J Mock and family are sojourning in
Th. Catawba White bulptaer Springs,
. Stii BM
tail season, ana aenerveaiy so. this
the very pleasantest watering places
' m " V W 'mMM BSSW wM Mm 111 a
ia theosontry. v.4wnaw?tbj
- A- !
f f '
! prof. W. H . Nesve, says the Observer, is to
(..tract the Charlotte Comet Club. Prof.
jTsev is one of the finest musicians, end prob-
hlv the very best Band instructor. In the
That Concord speech will do the work for
CtU Bros: rat. The Wayne county Radicals
Oow-Catcher.-lf a fellow is
ready to die, and has his life insured, there'
no pleasanter place for riding than on the cow-
catcher of an engine. We tried it the other
day, end found it delightful, though once, whs
three or four cows got on the track just ahead
of us, and seemed determined to stay there,
the prospect of having to take a jump into the
next world. oUd seem a little too near to be
pleasant. But while thinking whet a first
class item we were likely to be made, for ft me
sou lies quill driver, a darkey ran out from the
field and chased those head-strong cows awpy,
in Morganton above are the regular exercises on earh Frirlav
sua are aesignea to promote cneenal pro
gress m school; as well as to improve the minds
v&r. jx iAa a iiw
m mi i
of the pupils.
FREIGHTS REDUCED FOB EFFECT ! !
TOO THIN BY HALF 1
i 1 1.
and we weut whisxing by. W e recxon oar
have nominated him for Vice President of the time hadn't com yet. but we took it as a warn-
Uattsu oiaies i w ouiun uim oe m givim i
Dstairs'' for Curtis 1
Biahp Lyman, passed op the W. N. C. R. R
em Teesdev morning last. His visitations this
extend from Stateaville west. Rt. Rev.
Atkinson will inoludc Salisbury tn his
We learn that the National Hotel, in this city
has been leased by Mr. of Raleigh, who
is said to he a firat-claaa botelist We presume
it will shortly be opened to the traveling
Journal of Education.
Mr. 8. D. POOL, General Supt. of public
school , is issuing from Raleigh one of the best
Monthly Magazines for $1.50 per annum, to be
found in the country. It Is a neat pamphlet
of 48 pages. The selections are of a very supe
rior character, and the whole make-up evincing
fine talent, excellent teste, purity of morals.
and superior skill in entertaining aud instruct
ing the reader without making him aware of
the sign. The July No. contains the first part
of Dr. BATCH WELL'S Essay on the Hygenio
Management of Schools, before the N. C. Edu
cational Association, at Raleigh, July 8. Dr. S
has a State reputation.'and is doubtless wel
Dooe. The dog killer will be around in a
few dayw, and every dog whose owner can not
exhibit a badge as an evidence that hiiax has qualified to speak on this subject
been paid tor 187"), will be killed, and no mis
take. Dow b idtes may be had of the Tax Col
A La box Yikld. Mr. Joe Horah, of this
city, sowed one bushel an? a pack of wheat on
three quartern of an acre lot. and reaped thirty
i buahela and a half. This is by all odd
- the best yield w have heard of this year, in
The man who imagines that the Rads will
not inaugurate Civil right in all the moat dis
gusting forma, should they get control of the
Convention, is a fool, or else he hea not taken
the trouble to inform himself as to what Radi
calism is. Buying away irom the polls is
equal to giving a vote for Civil rights.
For several year most unjust discriminations
have been made against Salisbury in the mat
ter ot treigtit charges. Un an average, our
merchants and former have had to pay fifty
per cent mors than was charged Charlotte mer
chants, over the same tinea, and on the same
classes of coeds. Why? Because Charlotte
had competing freight lines, and Salisbury did
not, and waa forced to pay whatever waa charg
ed. Eemonetraece alter remonstrance has
been made, town meetings have been held,
committees appointed, and memorials drafted'
setting forth these grievances and asking that
they he remedied, and all with no effect what
ever. Contemptuous silence was the only an
swer. But presto! all ia changed. All of a
sudden, and when nobody ia expecting it,
freights are reduced, and oh wonderful magna
nimity I Salisbury is placed on the same foot
ing as Charlotte 1 Why 7 Why oh, ye mighty
monopoly men ? What brought yon to your
senses so suddenly ?
It is because the question of building the
Yadkin Rail Road, a competing line, is being
agitated and with some prospects of moot a
That's the milk in the cocoa-nut. This tardy
reduction in rate is made just on the eve of the
election, and manifestly withjhjfdfsign, .nd
Toe venteran journalist, Mr. Thurlow
Weed, ha a letter to the New York Tribune,
makes an. interesting contribotion to the
eecrrt history of the late war. He was sent
abroad on a confidential mission by Secretary
Seward In December, 1861,' jest alter the
capture or Mason and Suderf on the British
steameg Trent by an American man-of-war.
au event which aroused all Eastland. Mr.
Weed details the interference of Queen Vie-
to ia at this time, when war between the
United Sties and Great Britain seemed
inevitable, by causing the dispatch demand
ing the surrender of Mason and Stidell to he
so far modified in language and spirit as to
render a compliance with it lees difficult to
our gov eminent, and inentiowe other cat
in which he same to know that the United
Stat s were especially and signally indebted
to her good omens.
A Negro Judge Have the white peo
ple of Nash eon sty ever th rough t that at the
expiration of Judge Watt a term of office a
negro will be elected Judge of this Judicial
District? If they have never thought of it
let them do so. The negroes of this Dis
trict have over three thousand majority over
the combined white vote. The leader of
their race, Frederick Douglas, has recently
iPadpjS Sf ftp im f hieh he calls upon the
colored people to throw aside their protended
white friends aud take the offices tJsssseever
they are in the majority. He tells them
that it is time that they were assarting their
right aud ability to fill the various positions
in the Stat and general government. Fred
DoogUaadvic will be taken. There are
several negro lawyers in tbia , Dietrict . 0-
VrjP,it3?Y eHneidate fox conven
tion, is doubtless expecting to be Judge, add
most certaiuly can be unless s Convention
jof the people decide to elect Judges by the
Legislature. In the State we have a white
majority of 80.000. voters. Shall we then
have negro Judges to preside at oar courts ?
fan.:.- vf..-g. .l- . i. t i
Ti line men oi rtasa county iuiuk seriously
of the matter and go to the poles Mocky
Bo Your own Physician.
There is no ease of Dyrpepaia that Green's
acocst Flowek will not care. Come to the
Drug Store ot Theo F. Klutta, and inquire
about it. , If yon suffer from Costiveneas, Sink
Headache, Sour Stomach. Indigestion, Liver
Cempjalnt, or derangement of the syrtem, try
it. Two or three done will relieve yon
Agub Cosocaaoa is the ouly remedy in the
United States that contains no Quiniue. Asenicr
or other poisons intuTOus to the system, that
will cere Fever and Ague, Intermittent r
Billions Pavers. Ac and the Chills will not re
tarn during the season. Itpennaatly cures
never and Ague of long standing.
THEO. F. JELUTTZ.
E II. HIARSH'S
Comer of F cltox dc Council. Streets.
Salisbury. N. 0.
Having all my new Machinery fo opera
atiop, I am now prepared ia connection ith
the Iron & Brass works to do ell kinde of
wood work, such as Lumber Ltoteing,
Tongue or Qroviug, making Sash. Blinds,
dfc Doors, making roouldiug fmte t inch to 6
incbea wide, also Turning dt rattem iaak
iug. Sawing. Braeketta. dee. Having the
beat Machinery aud first class workmen,
satisfaction is guaranteed.
Jnly29, 1875. ly.
Wholesale eV Retail Drug
SALISBURY, V. 0
To Me ch ants, House
keepers, Young Folks.
Old Folks, Smokers, Pain
ters. Farmers, Grangers,
and Everybody else.
Whenever yon Med sstytaaag in the way oi
CBAIGE 4 CBAIGE.
ITTOBVEYS VI LVr
SeUriUra ii fiiknshi .
Special attention pei4 U prMfAi
inf ia Bnkraptcsy.
for the purpose of defeating the building of the
That Telegraph : The Asheville Pioneer A Yadkin Road. It's perfectly plain, and we trust
finds on investigation, that our item a week or
two ago, about the establishment of a telegraph
line from Salisbury to Asheville, was all a bo
such a thing. Well, we had it directly from
a truthful agent of the Western Union Tele
graph Con aud told it just as he told us.
the same connection the Pioneer prints a letter
from a big telegraph man at Richmond saying
that "if the rail road authorities would fumi-h
and distribute the poles, and then furnish free
transportation for all (lie men and material
used in construction; and the citizens subscribe
in addition fifty dollars per milt, that probably a
line might be established." Liberal minded
individual ain't be now, by swang? Wewould'nt
mind taking a few jobs on the same terms our-self.
that our people have too much good sense to be
fooled in any such way. If the Yadkin Road
is defeated, and defeated it will be, if the N.
C. R. R. and its allies can compass it, how
long does any sane man mippoeejt will be before
rates will be. again advanced, and in all proba
bility to a higher figure then ever ? If the
Yadkin Read is voted down this time, it is
dead fornri-, and this grinding monopoly can
put the screws down on us just as it likes and
it will do in, too. Let our people rise in their
mighty and give such a rebuke to Kings and
monopolies, as they shall not soon forget. This
can be done by building the Yadkin Rail Road,
and this will
Crop Heport for July -Tobacco
W ash ik g Toy, July 22. The July
returns to the Department of Agriculture
show that the acreage of tobacco is great-
.a a et e . a
er man tuat ot last year, toe increase
being in the great tobacco producing
States. Maryland has increased her area
four per cent, Virginia 30 per cent; North
Carolina, 33; Sooth Carolina, 7; Florida,
83; Mies. 16; Arkansas 10; Teuneeee
?03; Kentucky, 223; Ohio, 25: Indiana,
49; Illinois, 56; Wisconsin, 60, New
York, Pennsylvania, and Texas, report
tue same area as last year, new xlamp
s li i re has reduced bar small acreage 30
per cent; Massachusetts, 25; Connecticut,
2; Georgia, 5; Alabama, 10; Louisiana 7;
Wisconsin, 17. This condition ot the
crop is most satisfactory in the largest
tobacco states, and is 20 per cent above
an average on the whole Kentucky
which produces 2 fifths of our whole crop
is 34 per cent above average; the other
large producing States are either very fall
average or above. The remarkably de
prep sod condition ia noted ouly in the
smaller producing S'aies.
fWRE UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CaJI-
This institution will be re-opened on tbe
1st Honda y of Kept, uext,
the term ending the 2nd Thursday in June
1878, with a vacation of two weeks at Christ
mas. I; has been re-orgsniaed on the eel eel
syatem, combining, however, three cnrrieelaof
ArtsvSrieneeand Aericultare. Instruction will
be given in the branches of learning usually
awht in the beat Col leaes. Special irtsti uction
provided in Agriculture and the Mechanic Art.
An able Faculty has been appointed. The
buildings thoroughly repaired for the reesfSsssi
of several hundred students.
For circulars explanatory of the above apply
to KEMP P. BATTLE,
Secretary Board of Trustees,
Raleigh, N. C.
I FOR SEE.
A No. 1 TTomeSlfttl&lewiDff
aat-raie ruaning order, wtthu
necessary lit urea tor sale for fS2
Uifca ass us.
March 4. 1874. 1
.. j 4a
A Gentleman having been so fortunate as is
sore his son of Consumption in its wont stages,
after being given up to die by tbe moat celebra
ted phveiciana, desires to make known the cure
(which proves successful in every case) to those
afflicted with Asthma, Bronchi tin Couch, Colds,
Consumption, and all A flections of the Throat
and Lungs, and will send the Kesspe, free oi
chante to sll who desire it, if they will forward
their address to DANIEL A DEE, 83 Liberty
St., NeW York.
SEEDS Ate ,
If yon want the heat artHlee far ti
least money, go to
KLUTTZ-8 DRUG STORE.
10. 000 papers warranted fresh and genuine
jast ressivssi frees Lasidretk, Baiet , Ferry ,
Brtggs, snd Johnson, dt Bobbins, At
5 cents a Paper. Liberal
to country merchants at
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE
House & Lot for Sale !
sad Bank bMa. - j"laaaLS "h
Brow, b elai ed for salt. TVk fa i i jjhe
it by calliaw s ur
AJae thenaiisrvigesd osr for aaia7JM
of aaalriagoathe . C. R. JL two MM
EsMtesiSabery. Tku Uod wUI he soWf
Wet K eeairei. - '
Asm IQ acres eight stiles Wv from
hairy on the BearWa trM maf. T W
all well Hi
JOHK W. alAUSEY. AgV
May It, 1878-tf.
85 bbu, Ross, Goodrich & Pggft
UE88, Just Received at
KLUnZ'3 DRUG STORE.
Latb Unnattkaj. Caixss. There have
been several cases of murders of fathers by sons
of late in difterent parts of the country, the
consptcnous features of which are alleged bru
tality on the part ol the fathers toward their
wives. A brntal husband is a nion-ter, who
deserves to be dealt with bv the law in the
TRINITY COLLEGE N. C.
Session Commences Sept 2, 1875.
Full Faculty ; elegant buildings: superior
board and accommodations ; location, near
Hiah Point on the N. C. Railroad, very heal
thy. A receipt in full for all expenses, except
books and clothing, for fire months, will be
given for $90. Aid given to young men of
Post Office, "Trinity College, K C.w 4
Jury 28, ' 7o. B. CK A YEN, Presideet.
CLOVER AHD GRASS SEED 8.
A serge stock, warranted Extra rfrmwssf,
Fresh ex Ge arena, as low prices at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
To Country Merchants
I have the largest stock of Drugs,
Dyes, Grocers Drags Ac, ia Western
Carolina, and am tear prepared to sell St
Ha Itim ore arrises, tarns aaviaf
yoa the freight. Special attention to Dot
ding Efsences, Laudanum, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster A Sweet Oil Ac. Write
for prices, to
;thbo. f. kluttz druggist;
. Salisbury, N. C.
FELT CARPET1NGS 28 eta
KOOFISG sod 8IDIXQ. For UrenJsBr
CAUTIOX.-KOTTrF - The GE5TJTKR
Fnrrfnt 831 ar
(IncJ.Mlm. the "LAT JOCBNA
11? his 80 resr is range W
IA I BV
try, end ts absolalelv
MssSe work. Renos It aetls; jse
HUBBARD BROS, Pubs., 728
WE8TERN Marrland Collm.
FOR STUDENTS OF BOTH BEXB9 OI
' Each aaviaw s full corps of 1
The pan-buck style of dress in all the rage
now. An elderly gentleman met a young
lady friend not long since, dressed in the height
of the style, and remarked to her, "Why, Miss
Mary, you look as if yon had both limbs in
om pantaloon.'' And that's the way it looks
' I )es wants yon to qnit talking to yourself
new, cause its jes like dese triflin white folks
does, and I don't wsnt no darkey to be a doin
it," is the way we heard one colored woman
reproaching another, on tbe street, a few days
tiara. That was rather sally oh "dese triflin
white folks" who are addicted to the habit
The Cemeteries : Messrs. A J Mock and
J A Snider, a committee on the part of the city
fathers, urgently request that all citizens who
hare friends or relatives buried in either the
infallibly be built, if Rowai. m0st summary manner, but that must be a very
county votes its subscription of one hundred
Chapel H1U ' Wejake special pleasure in
eslling attention to the advertisement, in anoth
er column, of the re-opening of the University
of North Carolina, an institution dear to the
aearts of our people, and hallowed by the best t
memories of the past. It ia intended that it
shall sgain take its former high rank among
the educational institutions of the country, and
we do trust that it will be liberally supported.
IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS MEN
Prudence aud economy "of course are
4be two great lessons to be learned ; but
Salisbury or Oak Grove Cemeteries, meet tbeHbeVe is one part of these lessons which,
committee on Tuesday morning next from 10
to 12 o'clock, on the ground, that inch arrange
ments for cleaning up and putting the grounds,
graves, enclosures Ate. in order, as will be mu
tually satisfactory, may be made. - We trust
all interested aud who is not ? will at-
promptly. There is no dntyjn which all
ould more willingly engage than that of
utify ing the abodes of our dead. Ere long
must rest with them, and if we q, would not
arc our graves neglected and forgotten, let us
while living, set an example to those, who com
ing after us, will have the duty of teeping them
in doll timer, fs very liable to be forgot
ten. Be sure of one thing : Whatever
yon have to sell there are many peejple
ready to boy; even in the moat depieeeed
season. Find them out ; show them
your wares ; persuade them to buy of you and paWio M p.eat recant Md preTen
rather than another. When buyeis are live of tho age. And with good reason, ainct
reiucmor, setters mi. si oe acu vp. n is
neither cheap nor sensible to sit still be-
extreme case tn which a son would be just in ed
in taking the law into his own hand' and deal
in out death to the author of hU being. The
thing is becoming too common, and doubtless
in some cases the charge of brutality to tbe wife
ia a mere pretext.
The Public Confidence We 1 Placed.
Although the world has beenseeking speci
fics for diseases for many centuries, few indeed
have been found. Prominent among these
few is Hostetters Stomach Bitters, which
years ago received the endorsement of the
medical profession, and was bailed by press
GREENSBORO FEMALE COL
LEGE, Gn tnsburo, N. C.
The Fall Session will beiriu on tbe 18ih uf
Charge per Session of HO treck.
Board (exeluAire of wa-hinit A lights) f730o
Tuition in regular Kuglili course, 45 00
Charges for Extra studies, moderate.
For Catalogues containing particulars, apply
toT. M. Jokks, President
K.U. D. WILOy,
President Bord of Trustees.
June 17th, '2m ok. pd.
Rowah Co. Sunday School Conventiov.
This body will hare its annual meeting at
Unity Church (Presbyterian) early in Septem
ber. The Programme prepared by the Execn
Ve Committee is now in the office, sad will
oa be printed and distributed among those
interested. The members of tbe Convention
WUI receive a warm welcome amnnrr th hnani.
Kxcursion to Old Port This is the pi
excunwen trip our people can conren-
njoy. It requires hot little time snd
'"tie money ; and the enjoyment more and
mr man can be had in any other Way. Sev-
"IDs ware been recently made, and several
wkwi or. sar. v. a. j unan is
"f P a party to fill a coach on tbe regular
V "- new. iid a r morning, at the low rate
offUk) for the round trip,
Ts stsjusAUVary erkUml uf of
)vsaf srade see observed here within the,
eye. The formers have pretty nearly
"isaieosair oreea, which allows them time to k
" oot from Srmi nH bm akil la tmino nm
o a little trading, pleasure seeking, Ac The
JOP prospects np to this time are fine, snd
biffcly ancoaraging to all, promoting cheerful
P nd a desire to sdvance business. It is
PJ nd felt every day; the conaUn t ly incress
C sunbers which crowd over business streets
" -"re indication of reviving life in trade.
s learn from the Observer, that Ber. ,
y,or Martin, late of tbe Stateaville Female
(e. has leased the Charlotte Female iaaiV
will shortly open tho school. We
Charlotte upon this fortunate asv
for Mr. Martin hi act only am eJoqaesj.
B S Seholar of nrofonnd laarntns. hnt
of nature's own noblemen as well.
Mat. Ui.t l .
Sifc-T' em may peeeive in Qib new held
T7 wwoome and beartv snnnort.
v WW -
Halt ho ! "The return of the Silver Cornet
Band, (rum thri; tour to the mountains, cre
ated quite a sdr.' on our streets' yesterday
evening. They have been absent two weeks
aud within that time have visited many of
the tow'ns "and places of interest ia the West.
They passed ap the Hickory Nut tfap road
and returned by tire Swanannoa. They
spent a day or two in Asheville, where, as
elsewhere along their route, they received
the most cordial greetings. They traveled
in their own eonvevance their fine Band
Wagon accompanied by a baggage wagon
prepared to camp out. and thus
make the trip as novel in met aa entire
freedom could secure. They returned in flue
health and soirits. and biirhlv delighted with
their visit, to meet warm-hearted friends at
home o welcome them.
They bad a note-tafcer among them aud
we shall reserve for him to make a more ex
SsVAMujthRcjLphf .tawysaw and hoe
There were some young and im
leman MtUae nnmber a Uttle
il with all aud we sbsll not be
Uritpmecd hear that they have gone back
to the mountains simply SMsnae taav moun
tains (girls) wont come to them; Pebbles,
tflaiselsV aometimea change the cewtse of
river, and every body kuowa that the simple
gunee' 6(ai eye, wave of a hand, or a way.
ward trees of hair, has sealed the life-
fate of many a noble follow. We knew
whoa they started that these young fellows
were all unconscious of the dangers and the
surprises which they were te encounter. We
await with some anxiety to learn what has
has been their luck: Beauty and lovliness
is a rich spontaneous growth of oar snoun
taisi country, j joy to the youth of the
who may secure the moss of it.
hiud your counter aud wait for the bustle
trade te revive. When business is
dull, that is the very time when yoa most
need to advertise: and, in the second
place, that is when people devote most
time to reading the newsnarjers. and
when your advertisement consequently is
generally most seen. , A few dollars thus
invested will do more to revive a slug
gish bueioees than anything else in the
"J 'I ' V ' t 'J :
Storm We learn through Mr. Geo.
W. Boat. that the southeastern Dart of this
comely as edited ay-a raty dee tract ire
storm last Sunday night, doing much
damage to the growing crops. A great
deal oi the corn in that section was blown
off even with the ground by tbe force of
the wind, snd all that was left standing
waa completely stripped of blades by the
ht. Corncord Sun.
to the weak eucd stomach it gives strength, to
the torpid lirer activity, to tbe disordered
bowels regularity, and to tbe shaken nervous
system firmness and tone. TJuder its benig
nant influence healthful vigor returns to tbe
debilitated and wasted frame, tbe flaccid mns
Fie beoorao compact, the wan aspect oi 111
health is replaced by a look of cheerrbJness.
the mind ceases to despond, snd flesh is de
veloped upon the at ten sated frame. There is
no exaggeration it this statement. It is as
true as that the syalem is subject to disease.
Were proofs required to substantiate the re
ality of the comprehensive effects ot the
Bittei s, there is probably sot in existence a
medicine in favor of which such a mea of
concurrent testimony, from tbe moat respect
able sources, could be adduced. Bat tbe sffl
caoy of the nation's alterative and invigoraot
has been a matter of universal knowledge too
long to need any such corroboration. The
fact that it has its largest scales in those por
tions of the North and South American Con
tinents, Mexico, and the West Indies, in
which stmoxttberie influence prejudicial to
health exists, proves what confidence is felt
T a W t a . m I UUCSllU VASO aa V VJ WISWV vwa-.www ava
If the Radicals are going to adjnurn ifltotawB6diBl prptocrtve virtaes. In lo-
they obtain majority, why era the office
holders so .much interested in getting in o
the Convention T Why does Judge
Buxton come down from the bench to en
gage iu the strife f Why are Ike Badger
aud R. C Yonng working so hard to get
there t What business has Judge Watta
leaving bis courts to go round harangu
A Prophetic Toodle s.
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Kg i" . J
wm'1 t iw ;l it iJe t 'i -
The following of Cbrist makes acy sray
i,t. Hi faithful followers refuse no
f inarch- after Him. be it tbroosdeaerts and
mountains, and storms Shd TiMafns Tnai win
-r,;K MlUtoaaa. aaav spirits. Hearts
-,lLi-A mmA mMtnmtmd uith the Spirit of
&Ml1lonm. haseever. be
Yesterday morning a yonng man who
was on hie wsr np the river, baring a
a o am est mk li i L fc. m
satcuei nnea witu a remedy ior corns, a
lotion to remove freckles, and many box
ea of tooth paste, succeeded ia selling s
negro resident of Clay street, a fifty cent
bottle of the treck le remedy. The pur
chaser was exhibiting it to soma of hit
friends, when one of them exclaimed :
"Shoo ! yon has bin swindled I What
does niggers want of dat staff 1 Niggere
nebber bah freckles J"
"It's fur my wife, explained the man.
"Your wife hain't gut freckles she's
id tar. .
Well, ye can't tell whatH happen, "
was tbe response. "Fast, dar was de
maneerfashan biznesr; den cams de freed
man bisness ; den de Civil Rights bill ;
and who kin tell dat the next thing won't
be white niggers wid heaps of freckles all
Hit line of reasoning was too heavy
for them. TvW
-flfl BaimTBBi r
Flavoring Extracts, Essence, 8 pi
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye-Stuffs,
Toilet aud Laundry Soaps, Lye, Match fa,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys dec, al
ways on band of best q uslity at
KLUTTZ'8 DRCG STORE.
For Yonni Ladle aid GentlE
Fine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Cosme
tics, Soaps, scbous, Toilet Sets, Veees,
Heir, and Teeth Brashes, Pocket Books
dec, ia endless variety at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Cigars 1 yon Say ?
Mm pan eg a full corps of rroSresesa.
FTJTMJTTH SEMI-AFBTJA1 !
tlOaf brtuss ISeptemeer Im, 1S7&. dk.
aW Catalogne with full infermatlaa aa a
Teraa-, Cciraeef 8loty, rie, lort,Hhi MSaJ.
tously. Ad.lrrsJ.T WAklj, li ti rW.
dea Wemiasner, Md.
AYORTtm IV IT
fill boldbr A
g s. w Al
ton Daily to AgenU. M
aV ami the beat FemUv Psner ia Ai
with two $5.00 Croejoa, free. AM MTO (JD
I h a i
W M . KaCSSe kWrnW dsVaavsMHT i awflssBtt
10 TO S6D0
yes, we nave tuem at an pnees ' ae. a tv rjeee ecssa esaeassaasx
ai .. ai fipTv m mi. a.irsren i.hm
irom CCHM vo tni'i, wu cu i
them by the bos at jobbets prises, ear
celebrated s CCalt PECULIAR
CIGAR b ekaon lodged the beet io lbs
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
leka to fcr
Offer the best selection of Jewel
onnd in Western North Carolina. Co;
elry to oe
cal tie- where fevers of an intermittent type
prevail, especially, it has come to be regarded
as an indispensable necessity
LADIES' & GENTS' GOLD WATCHES
Crolel Opera and Test Chains,
ma OU plated Jewelry.
At Rowan Mill on the 20th in at . of inflame
lion of the brain, Mrs. Savannah Boroughs,
wife of Richard Boroughs in the 55th veer of
The deceased was a devoted wile, kind moth
er, and an obliging neighbor. She leaves be
hind a husband and seven children to mourn
May they submit to this sad dispensation of
Providence with humility remembering that
the Lord doeth all things well.
S. W. E.
PURE WINES LIQUORS far
mrdksl and church purposes alwaye on
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Astral Oil 50 cents per
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
orMT corr john hi
otn i rncc deco
brukrra. 73 Brwad a Ne
SILVER WARE, GOLD PEN8, dV
They ere agenu for the celebrated Diamond
Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Manufactur
ed om Minute Crystal PEBBLES.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and
warranted 12 months, charges aa low aa consis
tent with good work.
Store on Main street. I doors above National
p . 1874 ly.
P I L
Corrected by MeCobbtae, Beall, and Julian
Buying Rate :
CORN aew SO to 85.
COTTON-11 to U
FLOUR $2.75 to 3.
MEAL 85 in 90.
BACON county ) 19f to 14 hog round
POTATOES -Irish 90a 8 weet 76 to 81
EGGS 12 to 15.
CHICKENS $1 .75 to 2 per dec.
FEATHER? new, 50.
RYE a 90 to f 1
BEESE WAX 88 to 30.
WHEAT 81 to 9X.
BUTTER- 80 to 86.
BITTERS and DANDELION
ANTI- BILLIOUS PILLS
To cure Dyspepsia, Indiges-
ion, Sick Headache, Kidney
For Sale at EN NT 88' Drug Store.
to ft 0 11 1er DmT "l borne. Terms free
Address G. wrarrosr A Co..
Portland. Maine. Jan. 9, 1875, lv
DRIED FRUIT 5 to 8
BlaokAarrles, 6 coats,
Whan oa wsnt Hardware at low
figures, call on tbe aodersigncd at No
D. A. ATVTFLL
U a box I
menUnf , I have at Hast found tbe
Remedy (or Chills, Fewer As
and can confidemly recommend ii
friend and the public. Try It.
Finest Teas in the mark
et, Put up ia air tight,
lib cans, 25 per cent less
than usual Prices at
JaXUTT8 DRUG STORE.
neaslly kept hi a Fir oluu Drug Store,
and treat to ha certain ef getting )aat
what you call for, and of bring politely
or send to
issameer aotisa ( tbe Lirer and
IT16 .NOT A PHT5IC.bat,1
ceotly and sradaally
ts diMiea. aid tnawatiaseJslsjsrae
fVwid neeesserj to lartniels the
tS ITS OVI SI
rapWlv irnreeii eelsa sseiity
sue a tM me. aa rasa
Job sToa HotlewaT A CSV
ONLY Uf- BLUR
THIRD ART) flTJRl RZXZDY.
Salisbury ,N C .May 13-tf.
X F. KLUTTZ, Dumt
Sausstvbt, If. C
88, 1874 ii
aai srsssr mnw now mm .
i ii i liju nr 'tjsz. xsl erc
ears ol expert- AND AO.
Agwe, kc, WLLL5
J PUT XT
8vld by Braaarka generallv, satd
fcluIa " i m
IOTDIV ' fj O U 8 B .
mm ww - -w
ALIBIRV, Ho Co
The Prep' let rasa svtsuws her saaoere tbssshe
dwUs7aheV sssMeiad l"
Ret bavin reoea ssaaaa at tbe "Hasia r
i . r. . i - -
ibort whesserer resj want Preeerln- i ik.aovnr unim a.--
prepared aead aseenusssa j amvmtm na w
aasjsfcrtabiv, aad ia the very best style, hi this
annaiii cotag np tae w. ft. C. Aafl sseasS
Be .u. . te cell en
ith the BCnSC
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