Stteu. ! T SjaVriW
swni Ti Mmfti raWiffi rtt i7i venwr-nWw' -- - - - - - - T.Air rfcr ai
r - - . t - ' - "' 'we t m . 1 :luiij i ;i .im.um.-. i uer mmmm.. " dianwaiOji '.. -.-.- - .. . gg - -.-..ma -an. -a.a -T 7"TV , "
! ' 1 " ii i " ' l a ft
"Banged" hair is going ool of elyH.
love many, lore
T!e woman who
Nothing .polls a good girl so thorough
Jvas a HtUe had jewelry.
Seaside hatt are exactly a fao aioile of
an inverted chopping board.
Uneasy reals the. head that
MC jean bonnet - or jockey.
Plaited waists return to favor
th light materials wed for jammer.
l.Tku aatamn bonnets will have strings,
fad u eppogh cape tp "swear by."
The novelty in jewelry consists of ex -uuissite
cameo set pat n conch, shells.
Swedish kid cloves come into fashion
swain, at usual, at th season of the
Am yon for Civil Rights, high taxes,
man 0$ cecs, end large salaries 1 It so
Ate Ipr toe Radicals.
en) ' r ' ' i:..,"4
Dopes, indeed, are many ; but. of all du-
dn. there is none so fatally sit oat ed as be
sho Uvea in undue terror of being duped.
V . Our passions are like convulsion fits
which, thouah thev make us stronger for
ibe time, leave us the weaker ever miter
Whoever baa nattered his friends euc-
eessiully most at once think himself a
knave and his friend a fool.
. . ...... s
making is the fashionable morns
ition tn tbe way of fancy work
. . . a
at watering places ana the sea side ibis
One hundred and twenty-five
young shad have been placed in the Koa-
nrer. . 4Lm r
QUEENS Of THE DAY AND ttOW
.' QM, RaU 4 Co U' C
BTJIS & BARK EE
s- i i it
t - ; , - .
debtod to vou." "If that's vour earne t simple, entirely uevom oi nnaWi.uu.
. - i . : -T w r .- i a . : i l. aMt.Mi
and grace of utterance as marked that of
o," sam Mrs. rougere, very po.- . . r i,9 7. :
t,TlT. lf I go into ibe conntry, Mr. vm to e.PF vj-
ua rnL:. i narst. one is a nieaiuuiTi7u wUMMHi,
nTaaTpC to earT. lon in ' somewbet inclined to s.wntneM, and ha, a
nZArMt tVs n P6 cooptenanpe. The features are not
Brooms argu. r marked i her month falls oocn yery often
"Mr. D. t-, if yo wH gpt my oet Undberlipeare yerj fan She seems
done bv Saturday fI shall be foreyer b- kwd fld eAcions in aer manner aim very
debted to yon." ryt trjat's yon
wout't he done," safd the tailor.
ti. A'.lit IinnU MMrmiHi vnter- are the ei Empres. Of course, being so
:..i , ,u, .J..,;n r ik. radial what stout, she does not move so grace
party in this State t hence the tenderness miij V'S"1!! w- ;
Vrilh which OWil BigbU Is treated in their she s pleat-looking, end one instinct
secret resolution. -ITpiee. ' !.f bf J wou,.fn- f.h;
1 was ptniuij unjfvcy vwva "
o- .1 .is - heavv tnmmines ot crape, and wore a
air. von are pumiciu lUHiK, . . 7. , .
' ' f - h.nk. widow's va;l and wUite cap
rout in everything but pbeek" "oes, . r? i. i --"t
r . r i t.i, . f t I :w UIm tn tkjk nftntrrv not With
ft -I I. ' . n Wt III nriniC . T ft . --w - - , v T
wiihyonV dUuity was aettled on ing. Jv,
that bat if. AUM- '! Vo 1 "iJ?
; I WDUWI POU1C UJ fir iQ jf duio uiu. m
, , eves and hair are brown, and she is rather
1 1 ,.1. ... r. ..co J MAltftl tft I - -
V LJTCJTTMu . "ELiu Ibin the face and of rather aallow.eom
The Masonic Jonnial, H
WHOLESALE & RITAIL DruCltl i
D WA R E, i
want Hardware al lew
-aiu A: Fisher 3ireetav
SAISPUET, . 0.
This summer's styles reauire all thinars
to correspond. Gloves, Ian. parasol, and
pven jewel must exactly matcu the cos
The dlfsnce between the bonnet and
the Bat is now quite decided, pud
aapppt be worn tor tbe other with any
get coutrpl ofthe ..latore. who can say P1 xjon. Jut bar manner u. yery charm
m ft ftt.it f LM i i wir I .1 I I I 1 1 II t.L 111 i
.k- .-t L iK liMa saurnc of what tbev The daughter of the Csar of Russia,
will do iu the future should they bold of the I who married the Duke of Edinburgh, is
reins of power. Goldsboro Messenger. decidedly plain, in spite of all said to the
contrary, wbie tbe l'rinces s Alexandra
Another. Boil com la lye and feed it to has beep and still aboe look tog woman.
the hoars, or keeo ashes in the trough or lot I I t.ever saw the Empress of Russia, but 1
where they teed, and shell eon on it. Both knew uer m& 0( bouor. Mile. Anoeokoff,
of these are considered epesiles . after gji arfap taW aeie ewaa plain and rather
before tb attack of cholera, mill anotnei I .,MtT looking
remedy which has reoiHPnwndoa is to T . Snltnna of Tnrkey
n. or boil thuin wiin - - . .
r . tt r i . i. i i k ....
Where may be found s mil assortment of
Pure Drugs. Hedicinto, Bye Stun, fipe IJand-
Havana h American Cifar. 'All grades of
8MOKINQ & CHEWING TO BAWD. A
fine lot of Ermm i iimm LAMBS : also the
celebrated Perkins & House NoK-axsixawva
XT T 1 1 - '
rveniic tmpi wnipn we '
yasrs. Whiskey, Prenoh Brandy, flteuesia
Wine hy the bottle or gallop. Blackbe
Malaca. California Saerrv A Port Wi
Imported Gin, and in fact eve-ythlng oauaily
kem in a first c m Dme btore. (Mr prttenp-
tion department it aoafv in 'ht hands of tiu pro-
prietort, one or the other bring m the Store day
and night and no one need apprehend any dan
ger in having their preemptions cojpponnd-
Feb. l$th, 1875,-t f.
TO TEE MASONIC FRA TK UNITY
IX NORTH OA ROLLS A AND THE
of tbe Sooth.
lacking a proper
principle peculiar to
brethern of other mon
their periodical li teraiure, and are erajpl
we, too, should ftoorah
inree, call en the
D. A. AT WaiUb.
Salisbory ,N. 0 ,May 1-U.
AND THE SOUTH WEST.
sd vubw tb iafbTBt kn
he kaa recafve tsm
tieally an age of USoaJesav
apace, but with aa, eapeciaily
I W X. . .
naiciiu, .a , v
nation of those pure
oar old Order. Got I the
The only ILLUSTRATED WK&KLY
lb. gni page, rony
more rending saatter ths
La tbe Soaahero rJute.
The Irat number of tbe SOUTHERN IL-
LU8TBATED AGE wUl be
C to all
in Eaekaraet Tasanta, or Kim u.
wton taw amrtsssatiise
be farnisaad Sher'
keep pine tope in tbe slop.
meal, and feed ou that.
The sale of alcohol liquor has been a
handy there are so many of her.
it is very safe to say that yon will
OF RALEIGH, N. C.
INSURES DWELLINGS. STORES, MER-
buI All Classes of Iinrakle FroDertv.
need for a ramlar and
uarly utteO to the demands ot Uia
bar "who are linked together by aa indiaeolu-
Me chain of sincere aJection, we nave deter
mined to eatshlMh in tbe city of Qreenaboro, W.
a ftret rises
WEEKLY MASONIC NEWSPAPER,
with tbe above name, each as tbe dignity and
advsaaemstit of the Fraternity will approve.
lu Literature will oe awea, and of the higbaat
aW, Baaklaw the JocaxaL a fit companion
for the moat cultivated and re&ned, and a wel-
ybwter to eay boo hold. In thU atav
a we have evmaaed tbe Sfwleal of able
snd popular writers whose bearas glew with a
fond dew re for the perpetuity Of the Ancient
Landmarks of our "Mystic Ri tea," and we wUl
spare neither labor nor expanse to aaeke the
paper a highly i Detractive and popolar Family
and M Munic TlMtor.
With a journal imic experience of several
years, and a determination to give all our time,
talent in U energy to tbe promotion of this impor
tant enterprise, we hope to receive from our
Masonic brethren that liberal confidence and
rapport which, by ap entire devotion to its
so oc ess, we hope to merit.
It wUl be an eight page, thirty-two column
sheet, printed on good white taper, and (urn-
Tbe Publisher intends making it an
trated record of the tinsen It will
very topic, Political, MsateriaeL Literary,
8seent ibo. which is of correal ieietaat, andi
tbe beat illustrations thai can be obtained, orig
inal or foreian.
Tbe SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AUK
will be printed on new type, and heavy
On its li of contributor will be found tbe
Sinn of many of the beat writer ia I
Serial and abort atofiea -Moans and
and well conducted editorial department, rjr
in the latest personal, literary. sriiiiHis. awlii-
icaj, religiooa and coeaaaercial mta
will furniah every week aa amount
by other paper, in
and variety. It is intended to make the
SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AOE aionr
aal for the fireside ; several col am as will be
specially devoted to all subject nertauaitej In
domestic snd racial life.
No family ahold be without it.
Babscription price only $2 per annum. Post
K T. "UM1HU3, Editor,
Raleigh, S. C.
CamrW. Oiiawahm W a-.W
tnannj or ihraagl
J. A. McCOltW A UO HEY .
Agi. C U. 4V A. WL R, Balisamry, H. C.
Paw4mOnt AViy T.lnn lfcaJHrTT
la I feet ea aaS
.1 - 1 . a oramat T r or Tlo m o era h Kira en th . i i 11 . ., , r o t. .
- ... I i . . i iiicru a very ucuuwiui woman ur twu niter i m urmm n j i imcu weeaiy aiuneiowpnceoipaperyeax. jm
tnirn irea uunng mmj r-M' .h Tnrkuih tatA. A f.t. rnuiid woman.
usual. Three reasons are given for this-- wUh red cheekl tnd bUek eyebrows, is a
the increasing consumption of lager leer, Turkish beauty -oue easy to make since
. u , i . M Ar .Mee eammtfian leur mi I
: . ' . , , . - ii luihiou ucaut-r wmb cot
and one the large guapuij ei emer aunnc Bantling wrote his book on dining and
u w . j cornuiencv. and cosmetics are so ait eui-
One o the "fair" boasts that her lover
)u the Sophomore olass is telescopic. She
draw him out. see through him. and
i abut him up."
riding shoes are ordinarily
JeaW to pall on like gentleman's boots
and tbe gloves are generallj gauntlet
Sad teal victory means war. Remem
ber she Kirk war they only want the
power, and no man would be safe
In every township let the foil Conser
vative vote he polled. Only this can
' we vent the State from again falling into
the nnd ol the Kauicals.
suspicion is not leas an enemy to virtue
to happiness ; be that la always cor-
dfhft ia naturally suspicious, and be that bo-
nnves suspicious will quickly be corrupt.
ty a ' " '"tas?
The Radical Executive Committee
says in their secret address : "Republi
eaua should not intimate that the Civil
Sights Bill is wrong in principle.1'
- And bow tbe Lumberton Robasoniar,
ea forwara with a norueu iroe. it was
from Aoetin. Texas, to Mr J IT Collins
qI Jftubceop county.
A natoh game of base ball a as pUyed at
purham on Tus4sy. between the Hillaboro
piub and the Durham Club. Hillaboro
was victorious, by a score of 36 to 18.
corpulency, and cosmetics are so
biaciiie. f : . ,
The Empress Eugenie still holds
Hear what John Page, negro, and The Empress Eugenie still holds her
Radical candidate for Convention from scepter ot beauty and qneenly dignity.
UI0aTOl. MMJ . . lint the beauty ot all is the tmr vuunt;
IftheIlepuMcxntgcMQrumven- Queen Elga, of Greece. Rarely is seen An r tl a j. j
$itim touipe tkvkHeJftekea, persoh in a,ny wal of life so really AU Losses Adjusted and
n them We wiU kone no $iifh thing lovely in all ways as she, and it is not to
at a color distinction in anything." be wondered at that the whole Exposition
stood net nhed to see her naas that mur-
aeam ... S .liSaV rv . . , awia. . ritasn I " T . n 1 ' i s . n
Two years ago a i'ennsyivania servant murs ot approbation and delight toiiowed
her. She was dressed in a right blue
dress, and a white burnous thrown care
lessly over her magnificent shoulders, and
a bine and white bouuet the Greek col-
Most Favorable Terms.
Its Stockholders are gentlemen interested
in building ap North Caroltaa Insti
tutions, aad among these are
many of the prominent business-
and financial men
first number will be isaoed on Wednesday, tbe
5ih of September, 1875, and regularly on Wed -
nesday of each week thereafter.
All money should be seat by Check
Peat-office Order or Registered letter.
Rev. E. A. Wilson. Wilson A Baker.
Geo. S Bakek, Qreenaboro, 9. C.
M$W Until Sept. 1st aadrew us at Ki:
girl was sent to prison for stealing $200
from her employer. Tbe money was
found the other day where the man had
hidden it, and now he offers the girl $6
as recompense, while she wants ten thou
The consolidated Virginia silver mine
of Virginia City, TCev., is now yielding
more than a million dollars worth of
silver per month, and the stock sells at
$430. The stuck of no other company in
that mining district is .quoted higher than
S83 per share.
rh News learns that the Demo-
of Northampton have nominated Mr
James W Vinson for the State Convention.
Md HalifaE oounty has I nominated Richard
R Smith, dr., and Dr. H E T Manning.
The education of woman is considered
out of the question in gypt, as the girls
are marriageable at the age of twelve,,
. Atr. i. .. ii.. lor u, pUil,.-
A wag, seeing a door nearly off ite
hinges, in which condition it had been
sometime, observed that when it had
fallen and killed some one it would prob
ably be bung.
Jt The Patriot says that, there if an apple
E growing on the farm of W. R. Smith,
miles sooth at Qreenaboro, fourteen
lu circumference with three main limbs.
, tr eiieqmfereaca, one six aad
-HI"- tt :
A yoqng man stepped up to a lovely
young lady on the gteps of a clmrch, and
crooking his elbow, said, "May I have
the indescribable pleasure of accom pay
ing you to the paternel domicil ?" "Spell
domicil," said she. lie gave it up, and
she unhesitatingly gave him the mitten.
Do not forget that if you accomplish a
little every .iay it will amount tu a good
aoHi iu a year, jr yqq pursue some stuuy.
or read one hoar every day in the year, you
will nave acquired sn amount of knowledge
in three hundred and sixty-five days that
will surnriae von. Rnr this in mini) now.
and let nothing prevent you from taking ! he clajsad aa his own,
aavaniage oi it.
A Oat Bite Kills a Boy.
A little son of Ckerlea Haaaelton, of Wilton,
V. H., died Thursday night from the effects of
CI biteec a oat, received e few day ago while
was trying to pert tbe eat and dog who
were fighting at a neighbor's bouse,
" - ft '
8eoatorRoutwell.it is reported, has
become caliper on the subject of another
rebellion He thinks now the chances
are against it. What a marvelous hind
If these dresses were twice as tight
they would wear them. If it were tbe
. I l i n
rasniou io carry n oarrei oi n nir on toe
back of the neck they would do it, or die
trying. Yon couldn't devise a fashion
tbe women wouldn't meekly follow, from
no clothes in winter to bearskin overcoats
How to Keep the Sabbath.
KEY. HKXRY A. KJCLSOH, D. I).
We should not make it a gloomy daj .
An honest effort to keep it holy, is liable
thus to degenerate. Beings conscious of
sin find it not always easy tq ?,void an
association of sadness with whatever
brings God near to them.
But surely those whose sins are pardon
ed may be delivered from this natural
tendency. The Christian Sabbath offer
to Christian hearts the privilege, and fa
vorable opportunity of access to God , not
in the terrors of bis holiness, but in the
plenlilnde of his grace, which Christ ha
made consistent with holiness. Christ
having died and again, coming forth from
the sepulchre "radiant in immortal bloom.'
our triumphant champion, onr glorious
deliverer, ready to ascend and lead ndr
Way IQto the Heavenly mansions, which
he claims as his own, is the principal
object of our coutemplation on his own
my-.Tbe Lord's day."
We shonld cultivate the habit of direc
ting our mjnds to cheerful vtewg-wto the
privileges, the joys, the blessed aud glori
ous hopes of Christianity on tii in day.
Thus we make it truly a day if
Still, we should carefully preserve ite
sacreduess. The efforts to make the dav
It appeals with confidence to the In
surers of Property in North Carolina.
Iwmm Home Institutions.
B. H. BATTLE, Jr., Presu
C. a ROOT, Vice President.
SEA TON GALES, Seer'y.
P. COWPEtt, Supervisor.
Agent at Salisbury.
March, 4th 6mno.
NEW MACHINE SHOP.
I am now openared to Jo all kind of
repairing with dispnteh. With gMl tools
aud twenty-live rar expfrieuee in thr
buintss.salifnethii is guaranteed. Eerial
atteutiou givfii to Eutriu and BniU r work.
Cotton WooIhu. Mining and Agrirultnrr
MachineK ; and wood turning of all kinds.
Shop on Corur of Fulton and Council 8treH.
Salisbury, X. C.
E. H. MA US 1 1
July 1G, 1874 -tf.
Coins North or East,
Will ovoid night changes aad
! comfortable and shortest route
iC .P. BATTLE. r. H CAMERON.
President. Vice President.
W. II. JIICKS, Secy.
STATE LIFE Insurance
RALEIGH, N . 0,
Arrire st Rlaksaesd
a. 34 r
u se -use
I ft r,
Bswaavi U ......
" Hatiaenry.. ....
Amre t CUrlotu...
10 33 -10.39
1 '4 r
VIA THE VA. MIDLAND
I Tbe only chance of cars
north ol the river at
to Baltimore im soadr
fteefee foot platft
At end of Kimt Fucal Year bad Lroed
900 Policies without iinauining a aingle 1
rmdent, economical and energetic
tent has made it
Arr. al GoUnero
ere.?. J J
DAN VI LK to
The States that vote negTare these ;
Iu August tyorth Carolina and Alabama
vote for delegates tq a Coriftimtional
Convention ; Kentucky holds the regular
State election. In September California
and Maine bave State elections ; those
are followed by Quia and Iowa on tbe
12th of October.
1 he following ia a ao d cure for scurvy
egs among fowls : Take sulpher, two
ounces; cbarcoal, pulverized, one-fortb
Mrs. Dr. R-evea has again resumed her
busioea in this well known house, aad she
earnestly solids the patronage of ber old
friends auJ the public at large. Guests
stopping at this Housm will find nothing
uegleeted that will add t-j their oomfort
ueitherou the part of the proprietreea no
that of the clerk, Mr. D. R. Frnley.
The Omni I. us will he found at the lepo
uanal to eouvey passengers to and : cm
Dec. 31. 1874 ly
Tbe entire train rnna from
BALTlAlOi&E ovr one uniJori
1 his rente is one flundrvd
ban any other to the
SPRINGS OF VIRGINIA.
0 J FORKACRK,
Onneral Manager, Alexandria. Va.
W D CHII'LEY,
Geueral Souiheni Agent. Atlanta, Oa
W U WATLINGTON,
Tr veiling Agent, Uieensboro, N O
M Ay 13-4 m.
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATION
Thi Company inanea every deairable form of
Policie at u low rule ea any uiWr First Clnm
Impoee no ueelees reAtriciion upon
Ha a sed paid up value on all policias after
two annual paymenuv.
Its entire asseu are leaned and iareatcd
to fijater and encourage hoeae eote rprinea.
( Salek Eavaaca. )
Arrive at Salvia..... . .
Leave 8a tee
Arrive as 4vesaee.
... 4.SS ? a
... It -
. . . r. -
haawager UaJa Uaviag Ralvigk st Hn
coanrru t;reaboTo' vitltbt
trala: Making tan ejaeakaaa tan ft ail
citte Prise ef IVoSaa eaaae aa via ataer i
Trains to aad tress paint Lt ef h
coaiMPCt at i;eaeaaeee with atU Trains ts ss
troai pataU Med er Itootk.
Tee Train titty, both waye
Oe faa4a Lraeklarj Aeeeaeesweaatoe leaw
Kicaaoa4 at ( A m , arrive at Beitcvila US
r a. Ivcrc BaiUvilI 4 3g a a, arrive sttatt
evens T at a a
Tliirtv day Sr.,,-v allowed in urvmrni of j.rv Ho Change of CtTS BetvetB CbarlSttl
1 A t 1 A ea OA vsT . 1
sight tbe ssaa baa I
ainsain is reported to have died re-
S entry tn Mexico at the advanced age of
132 years. Uer funeral wa attended by
J new 20V of ber nearest relations, among
whom vera two sous, aged DO and 100
years. - -
Judge Rodman i out for Convention
Judgo ttodman doce not ggree with his
party. Judge Rodman says tee Consti-
llltioo needs amendrqent. V4 now that
,)ie ppuveotiou is palled, must Iptve it.
alie aa a a
Tbe lean in lead pencils inQt luad at
all, though it is called black lead. Tbe
weight, if nothiug else, tells yon ibat.
Jt is a mineral Called graphite from tbe
tireek word to write and is more nearly
a a' - . . a a v" ef
I elated to coal tuan to lead.
ounce; train nil enough to form a paste.
Apply witb tbe band, by rubbjng well in,
Allow it to remain for three dave: then
wash off in mild weather with good soap
suds, and repeat the dressing as often as
Vance said at Wadesboro : "The Radi
cals say that if we get a majority in tbe
Convfiitiou. we will overthrow the Home
Stead law. but he that sayetb so, is h fool or
a uaf. ror wouiu we uvatroy tbe law tbat
gives us put home, where our children have
been bprp and reared where tbev have
died and been carried forth to their last rest
ing place. I say mn we well not. and he
sayetb so, is both a fool and a liar "
cheerful quite as easily degenerates into
levity, as the efforts to keep it holy" into
gloomy austerity. Tin dignity dimiu
Mbea with every increase of spirituality.
The nearer to God we live, tbe more free
we become from carnal disposition; the
more heavenly minded we become, just so
much less liable do, we become to seek
pleasure in what is eartbly, and so much
more susceptible to spiritual ant) sabbatic
. ar anr . i 1 i
joy. uur eqort aaonia not fie tbe mere
negative one, to restrain ourselves ; there
should be positive planning and arrange
ment to keep ourselves occupied with
studies or exerp'ses sqf&cierjtly varied tp
prevent fatigue, and pleasantly and use
fully engaging to our minds. Singing is a
great help in this, and we should be cul
tivated with reference tq this :
"Let those refuse to sing
Who never knew onr God,
Hut children of the Heavenly King
Should tell the joys abroad."
A Happy Couple.
Fermentation of food should
trnarded against as the warm weat
proaebe. TW action js always liable
io cooaro acgpiawice wneo set asiU.
Instead of warminp tin cqIJ masses, It is
better to scald tbem. j&K j4
"There i" exclaimed (be indignant
J" 'taston wife, as she fetches ber husband
resonant whack on tbe head with a
wujbaT "rocker, "I'll raise s uuker Hill
nonnmeut on yon tbat you' Jl remem-
Mgt'ttaW. !' "V
The Coeeord hegister has lust learned of
the oomuuaaion of rape by one William
Thomae. a white man ot low repute, on Mrs
Caroliun Htogoer- near Big tip. 8unly
aouety. oa the 26ih of last month. The
aaouadral eacaswd. and tlie woman makes
two or three dnfsreat statements.
Ia 175 the total area of Paris was 7.410
acres ; now it covers a sorts ee of WJStGB
acre. The number of stteets. aouares.
boulevards, etr.. which ah ut a centurv aaro
was about 1 .000. has now inereased to about
thrfefoM. In 177 there were 10.000 houa-
es;now ther are (jO.OOO at leaat. The
population, which a hundred years ago was
550.000, is uuw in round uuujber 5J.jjQQ.0QO.
It will be seen from this, that Parts has n
a century increased in sue about tvro
thirds ; it has now 9.0Q0 streets and 41.U0U
bouses more than in 1775. and at the satub
her np! Y"1 PP1 triP'
of Dem. Con. Ex. Com.
ftaUlp, If. C.
Chairmen of the various JUtr'pt aud
County Executive ComraitteeE will please
seud forward at ouce compile lists of the
names of the members of their committees
with their P. P. address. Apd all per-
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sous tn tavor ot remodeling tbe present
constitution, aud securing more simple
and economical administration of the gov-
ernmeni, are reqneatea to porraepond fre
quently with Una commit tee daring; the
progress of this tnm
S-:V W ILCOX,
J. J. LITCHPORI),ee'y.
E. K. STAMPS, Cor. Bee.
A man should always ite a little older,
a little braver aud a little stronger, a little
wiser, and a little mote iu love with
than she is with him.
A woman should always be a little
younger, and a little prettier, and a little
more considerate than hoi huabond. lie
should oeatow upon her all his worldly
goods, and she should take good care of
them. He may owe her every care and
teudernecs that e Section can prompt ; but
pecuniary indebtedness to her wltecome
a burl ben. Better live on a cruat that he
earns than on a fortune that she has
brought him .
Neither must be jealous, hor give the
other caiife for j.-alousy. Neither must
encourage sentimental friendships with
tha opposite sex. Perfect confidence in
each other, and reticence concerning their
mutual airs, even to members of their
own families, is a first necessity.
A wife should dress herself becomingly
w lienever sfre expects to meet bar bus
" m f uu inan suoma net grow
slovenly, even at home. 1
Faultfinding, long arguments, or scold
igr, nuu nappiuess mat Begins in
kisaes aud lovemaking. Sisters and b;o-
1 there may quarrel and intake up." Lovers
r aMi InVuM im Iammaa A i i
sv v.o uu luugci i vet euco otaiurn
ances occur, and married people who are
not lovers are bound by red hot chains.
If a man admires bis wife moat in striped
calico, aba ia silly Dot tq wear it.
Tie Pietaiit Press,
HICKORY, V. C,
Is the only paper published in Catawba
County, and has aa extensive circulation
among alerebaots. fanner, and nil classes
of business meu in the State. Tbe Psutas
ia n live, wide-awake Detnoerat'e paper,
and ia a deairable medium for advertising ia
Western North Carolina. Liberal terms
allowed oo yearly advertisement. Subsc ip
tioo 2-00, in advance,
MURRIL fc TH0ML1NS0N,
Editors aad Proprietors,
and better oie I Im n ever.
the BEST. Get tbe stove
atQtJNT IDA HOTEL, P-h.'
N ith the laculH-fore tlirni will the people
of North Carolina continue to pay annually
thonaaud upon thonaand of dollar to build
op Foreign ('omMnie, when tbev can secure
ioaurance iu a Company equally reliable and
every dollar' premium l bey pay he loaned and
loeeaten in our own Slate, and .unoi
and Richmond, 18t
Paper UU hare arranayaaeau la
ebe lula mt tkis ceaapaay will p'.aaa
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THIS HfTEL. (frmrly Chapman Hooae) J fcfjrFIN ATAYLOE."
i uawiy mruianeo and nW upea for tbe I Cen'1 Dim'
TBE GREAT CENTRAL EOLTJt
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oi uneeta. i ne rropriHor has a
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uuuiuww large soq well lornisheU n
I he nndfraioed, iu taking eharce uf this
tl... L ... . m r , . .
uou?f , uopa n runy suaiaiq nts past rt-pa-
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umou in revering to tnr puniio.
J J. WEISIOEB, Proprietor.
May 13, 1875 tf.
CenM. Diat. ActV
IKt. SI It.
Blate aid Henderson,
Attorn ey a, Counselors
and Solicitors .
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 1874 !.
Carolina Central Railway
Okfici GaitRRAL ScrBurrajtpBJrT.
Wilmington. K. C. April 14. lo75.
Change of Schedule,
Come now and get
On and after Friday. April
Ifitlt. 1P75. tbe
Kail nay aa follow .
trains will run oVor
Arrive in Vilminjrton at
her f you want one that will outlaat any other, and Tr-ilminrtou at.
hat ih made of all Nh.W LBU3J aid warranted Arriee att;harltteat.
o si ve satisaction &. Variou at vie, of uook. I Leave Cbarieatte at
' ' ' . " r.
ii i stores at amal prpgt,
Sjf JCT Iaov & Copper W art. made of the
best M ATEKi al, on band or made to order.
Merchant aupplied at Low Prices. Cah
raip for all kind of Copper, IJruaa Ac Aak fur
Buowa's Tin shop Main Street. Salisbury, N .
h. V . lirown.
I am well prepared to cut good
7 IS A M.
7.16 P. M.
.7 UU A M
.7 UUP. U
Leave Wilniinirtou at....
Arrive at ( ' harlotte at. . . .
Leave Cba Hottest
Arrive iu Wilmington at..
for marking Tobacco, Flonr Patent article Ac
bvery pltnou doing any kind of work or bum
ueas should have a stencil to advertise bis buai-
eK, as it is acknbwledaed to be the beat aad
cheapeat way to let people know what you am
One mark witb stencil mar sat a cuetomer.
for you, that will put Hcnpreus of Dot-
in your hand. Try it anil you a ill get S pus-
tomer yon never thoueht of.
MmKJI ABK LOW, 4 FPWA1W8,
Oue-fourth inch letters 5 eanU. per letter
One half and five-ekhU 6 " " '
Ti tree-fou rth & One iuali letters 7 u M 4
They may be sent to any part of tbe U. 8.
by mail at a small cost.
Send in vour order stating site of letters yea
prefer, and the Stencil will he male neatly s
and promptly forwarded.
Fisher street Salisbury, N. C.
April 33. X87aV If.
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive at Buffalo at
Arrive iu Charlotte at. . . .
.6 Wi Pit
ii u . A M
A00 A at
.S on a at
Xo Train an Sundav ecrpt one fraisbt train
tbat leaves Wnmiugtba at r. ML, instead ad
on 8atardny night.
2t fcs sv
Chesapeake and Ohio E 1
TRAINS RUN AS FOIXOIfA
9J0 is 9J ?
110 m lt
J6 pm HI '
4j i i :
r.30am V$ "
H0W insUM AT A WaWlaaCT
Iav,l Dt. at. B. fOQTI,
afs. HO Leaagtsa Awss M. T.
ntmNmnni CamtncnL fsn i Sabsi
- White bulpber,
" St Lsaala.
Flr-t cima and Emirrant tickets
ail ntoearb dean
Round Trio Tickru : to the
Lnwtat PrtaWht Kate made br tbt
Far Isderuaati' of Kate AW spp'T
ForRaaeaand inforcaitoa aa te atawis.aaas I
991 . - .
J I I'.tua.
.Sn Agent ;rfter JC
'KMIfiUANTSCKl ON EXFReVB
tire ifboro, C-
r. r, nowAKP. ; T a.
W. M. n. DUJiy, 8-pt
jr. aUrgwr's Teals aWwel and PUe FUai.
RaaHtaHakU. YoSI RlVU
MMHAjrtiaaiE KAti.aoaa ora
Rii svuib. AiaHl lta
On and aftrr
April J I at Pa
Irritfht Train oa Ihl road will
Wn i i Ti tn w ntwmt Po
aend at 3 P M. (4swaWs eaoratedj,
rive at Rich.nd frem W.t 1'uiU
U.. daily fnday excepted
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Connects at WirmintrUin witb Wilminetnn A
Weldon. and Wilmington. Colninawa Aogaata
Railroad, 8emi-weekly Near Turk and Tri
weeUy Raltunora and weekly PhUsdelnb
Sti-amera, and the Rirer BoaU to FaywttarftUa.
Connect at Chariot u witb Its Wei tern Di
vision. Morth Caiwiioa Railroad. Cbawioue A
Statefcvite Rail road, Charlotte A Atlanu Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia A Augusta Railroad.
Tbee supplying tbe wbole West. Sortbwau
and South weat with a abort aad cheap line to
the Seaboard aud Euro pa. , t1
at . . t rinnr,
Chief Be fit oar and Saneriutondaat.
ay 6,1875.-0. "w
nd will lrare Wet point daily .
) on tbe anlval caftbstrsta
d at 3 P M amrtccaifM
im imiiU riia li rune 1
for Wabint.n and the I ant. ' Zk.
and leave Baltimore dilr facdsyi JTT'
at 4 P. V . s Quan tise a Weat rawt save
4QO04 Bissmisl at iu A. at . swssa
Fare to Baltittaora.83 W ;
tnrn.M. Waabinaton. U Fare
tim. av . an n 1 i i i
Far t bow York, ilo ; to Sew iota,
ret arm. OA"w
ChAp Chattel MortgAgei,
- a o an 0 'nWh nx .
I attifUw Trivia WaAaf tOf sail MM
Baahaaamd dailg ( ataawU j eaeawaoaT4
at , ennnrrtiag witb alraanorat Tf3
ibat dlirer freigbt ia rUmaaorS y!Z
aaorninr Tovwncb fr- aietalislW
r-JasUtsaJj-t Lit- ruu sa " caw sisowj-
!isTTAsoVd'1 Rosdjy . 'sIfl
Priday at 7 tM fftwlgtl W"'