Job Printing of all stylet neatly done in this
fine rains hare visited this section and th
School. Miss Jennie Cald
for girls will be re-opened some time In Feb-
lary of which timely announcement will be
made. We are glad to learn that the male!
school whioh bee heretofore been tan ght in tt
irae buiimcg will be discontinued, and that
isa Caldwell will, if necessary, have a compe
tent assistant in the primary denartmntJ
'hese chauges,with the principal's well known!
faithfnllneas and ability, ought to secure
d ii k w a
l "b9 00
Xr. Thomas EL Brown, who has been quite!
10. jgi we are glad to learn, convalescent.
lilbterf learn that a band of organ j
M robbers are doing mucn miscmei id stoat
county. Let them oe snot on signi.
Alabama has voted a majority of abou
16 006 for s State Convention to make a new
Capt. Wms. Brown has been elected to the
captaincy ol tne rvowan nine uuaras, tk
Capt Thoe. U. " nueneau, raignea.
X sale of valuable property will take
Dr. O P. Houston's on the 7 th
of Sept. next. See ad.
Hew Wheat Crop-Mr. Alex. W. Klutul
. . . -
rill start his Steam Flouring Mills
(onday next, and will be fully prepared
ike as good floor as can be made anywh
iin the United States. Mr. K. will also start bis
rn and saw mills at the same- time, and re
spectfully solicits the custom of the public.
lt I 1 -a r w-a m. a . ft
mis win oe run by Mr flu in Miller, a pr
ticed miller and mill-wright of many yean ex-
CM e- B
X -J BO . Sw
- 9 fii
- H1MM a- S
CARRY THE NEWS TO HIE AM I
LATEST DISPATCH !
u ; -1 -1 - o ii e - x x
to o i- to
x s o y - .) -
1- tn to 1 t
We are glad to learn that Miss Fisher Cbri
uan Raid) has so far recovered as to be able
rtiume her journey.
tk, v N C. It. R. has passed into th
hands of the State's Commissioners, the sal
k.inf been confirmed by Judge Dick. Can't
threee sn Express line established over thi
Tkis is the way a young man aaked a young
lady to promioade secretly : "Will you hel j
M tramD down some of the erase between the
porch and the gate ?" She helped him.
Immigration to the U; 8. from all countries,
China, excepted, has steadily fallen off aim
1673. The increased number coming from
China does not materially change the decline
en the whole.
OPPRESSION AT All END !
L3 Republican Majority in Convention
That's the way Post-master Bringle chalkec
lit down on a big blackboard hung out in front
f the post-office on Tuesday last. But Di
Lo-day sadly ponders qpon the old adage :-
"Wait until you get out of the woods befo
ou holler." He even dressed up and went U
church last Sunday to return thanks for
But David saw another sight,
Heard a sound at dead of night,
Busted bad his dreams of late,
Democrats swept clean the State.
THE LATEST COUNT !
The following is the result as far
Counties: Dem Rett
Beaufort Pamlico, 1
Buu com be, 2
Air Ship. A German civil engineer and
balloonist, ia building an air ship in Baltimore,
and aayahe will cross the Atlantic in it. More
likely he will never attempt it, or else be
lost in the big pond.
The farmers In the cane-break section of.
Alabama, are raisins thier own corn, beef and,
pork, and will not hereafter depend 00 th
West for supplies which consumes their cotton
Mecklenburg Honey. The failure of th
Bank of Mecklenburg renders this money un
current, and our people would do well to look
out for it. It will be worth something, on the
dollar, but how much, is not yet known. And
just here, we learn that the citizens of Rowan
'have over one hundred thousand doardeposited
in this Bank, the greater part of which will
lost. We took occasion some tune ago to
mention this matter, and to warn our peoph
against sending their money away from hoi
for deposit in Banks. It would be infinitely
better, and safer as this instance shows, to lent
it to neighbors at home, or to invest it in lands
or improvements. "Experience teaches a dear
Accident. An engine turned upside down
at Greeensboro, on Monday night last, canse,j
atfective switch. The patent automatic switch
of our townsman Mr. W. A. Weant would pre-
vent all such accidents, and should be univer-j
The 3rd Georgia Regiment (or remains of it)
has recently visited their old camping grounds
at Norfolk, Va., near which place they saw,
hard service during the late war. They were
most cordially welcome by the citizens of Nor'
folk, who paid them great honors.
Trial of Erney , tho Bigamist
a1 9 m a a
uire 01 me wires 01 tne Digamist Jfirney, o
wnom we snoKe in yesterday s pape", came
over from-Salisbury yesterday morning, accom
named ty Justice Haucbton. of tnat place
1 estcrday afternoon the man was brought out
ot jail and taken before Justices Martin au
Davidson tor trial. His wile, quite a respecta-l
ble looking and well-dressed woman of perhaps
.., was at t he trial, and made amdavit that on
the 4th of May, 1873, she, Novell Lenora Loiran.
widow ot taut J. J. Logan, ot the Confederate
service, was married to Erney, in Sumter, 8. C;
tnat they subsequently moved to Salisbury, NJ
V., where she was apprised of the tact in an!
indirect uianner, and afterwards by Eruev'
own confession that he had a wile and children
living in Misisippi. A.,
Lrney, a few days ago escaped to this city
whore he was arrested upon a telegram, Gov.,
v ance appeared lor the defcudant and W. H
Ba'r--y, Esq., for the plain! iff. The man wa
adj .aged guilty, and was allowed to give hail
in $1 .000; failing to do this he was committed
to jail. Char. Observer.
He ought to be penitentiary ed for life.
Cherokee 8c Graham 1
Heu demon, '
Jackson, Ind. Dem, 1
Ma in, 1
Jr Caldwell of the Observer, lost five dollars
by the fiai lure of the Bank of Mecklenburg
We HvniDathize with vou. Joseph, but then;
there is some satisfaction, some balm to your
pocket, in the thought that you had that murh$The Depth of American Lakes
lose. There's solid enjoyment in
The Rev. Mr. Mangum- lhi gentleman
preached his farewell sermon in the Edenton
street, M. E. church, of Raleigh, on last Sun
day, to a large congregation. He carries with
him the good wishes of the entire community
in his pew vocation of professorship in the re
vised University of N. C. so as we lesrn from the!
personal. We regret to learn that our
talented young authoress, Miss Frances Fisher,
seriously ill at Hendersonville, in tivs State
which point she had reached in a tour of the
mountains. , We sincerely hope that tbereporti
w her illness are exsggerated,as the world cai
II afford to lose such as she.
"I will just look around for a log and then
Til ask her totake a walk with me, and we'll
to to the log and ait down, then I'll take her
veet little hand in mine and tell her : ' That
the way we heard a young man talking to him-lnaturaliet to say bow these
self the other da v, we are sorry we disturbed
khn, for we would like to know the balance o
The Publio Roada leading from this place
r. as a general thing, in a moat deplorable
audition The Old Muckaville Road is almost
wpaaslble now, in mid summer. What will it
nr xi winter it not repaired? Is there no
ae to look after these things ? Can not bin
ke done to put the roads leading into thia cit
as repair? It is a very important matter. I
w expect trade to come here from a distance,
aaoat see that the roada are passible If the'
Proper authorities will make some effort to pu
tft roads in good fix, we have no doubt tha
7 will be assisted by our citizens. Then
There is mystery about the American
lakes Lake Erie is only 60 or 70 feet
deep ; but lake Ontario, which is 590 tret
deep, is 230 feet below the tide-level of
,tbe oceau, or aa low as most parts of the
Gulf of St. Lawrence ; and the bottom
Lake Huron, Michigan, and Superior,!
1 thou eh the surface is much higher, ar
all from their vast depths on a level with
the bottom of Ontario. Now as the dis
charge through the river Detroit, after
tllowing for the probable portion carried
.vi a . a l
ott by the evaporation, does not appear
by any means equal to the quantity of
water which the three upper lakes receive
it has been conjectured that a subterran
ean rivey may run from Lake Superior
by the Huron, to Lake Ontario. This
onjecture is not impossible, and aceountsHTjDiOQ.
for the singular fact that salmon and tier
ing are caught in all the lakes comtnu
mcating with the ot. Lawrence, hut no
there. As the Falls of Niagara must
have always existed, it would puzzle tin-
fish got into
he upper lake without some subterranean
river; moreover, any periodical oostiuc
tion of the river would furnish a not im
probable solution of the mysterious flu
ud reflux ol the lakes.
A Little Shooting.
There was a little difficulty at Tarbor
n t rid ay evening last between W. 4J
Williamson, Esq., of the Tarboro South-
mer, and Mr. A. McL abe, Republic a r
ididate for Convention irons Edgeooml
mnty. Mr. Williamson has been un-
... 1 p .
par.ng towards tne reus or bis eoumv,
ind hss been threatened time and araii
y McCabe, but paid no attention to the!
lie threats. On Friday there apt
items in the Southerner offensive to tin
rad Me., and be weut around to inl
riew Mr. W.t whom he found at Dr.l
Stanton's drug store, where be was talk-
ig wun several gennemen. Me was
1 1 a 1 a I
tiled aside and daring the conversation!
Williamson said something not relished
McCabe. who struck him, wbereapoi
rilliamsou drew a pistol and fired a
.S . . I a II mm
11s antagonist me pan taxing ettect on
the left side of the nose and coming out
a . a
meter the right eye. as Williamson at
tempted to shoot again friends interfered
ind stopped the difficulty. They wer
und over each m the sum ot two bun-
Ired dollars for their appearance at tb
text Superior Court. Roanoke News
Hall or Rescue Fire Co.,
The following resolutions' were unan-
mously adopted by the 4Rescue Stear
Fire Co. No. 1," at their regular meet in
. U UAKSH'S
MAG HIN E WOR KS
lorner of Fl ltok ic Coumcil, Streets,
Salisbury. N. C.
r . . m ar a aw".
Having all my new Machinery 10 opera
tion, I am now prepared in connection with
le Iron ox Brass works to do all kinds
r-i a a. w m
work, sucn as number ureaaiug,
"ongue & Q roving, making Saab, Blinds.
Doors, making moulding from inch to
inches wide, also Turning Ac Pattern mak
ig. 8wing Braeketta, dee. Having th
sst Machinery and first class workmen.!
ifaetino ia guaranteed.
July 29, 1675. ly.
A Gentleman having been so fortunate as ti
ire bis son of Consumption in its worst 1
ifter being given up to die by tfca eaoat celebra
ted physicians, desires to make known thei
J 1 V M I . b .
wnicn proves successful in every case) lot
ifflicted with Asthma, Kronchit is Coughs, Cole
consumption, and all Affections of the Thi
ind Lungs, and will send the Recipe, free oil
large to all who de-ore it, if they will forward!
their aduresa to DA I EL A DEE, 32 Libert
St., New York.
I uly 29, 6-mos.
.P. BATTLE. F. H CAMERON
' President. Vice President.
W. H. HICKS, Sec'y.
fnly 5th, 1875.
Whereas, Our beloved friend and
brother fireman William H. Mills has been
removed from us in the springtime of hi
outb ; bis voice wilt no more greet us i
. 1 ,
onr meetings, bis counsel encourage us t
faithfulness : his example impel us onward
to duty ; yet the pleasing recollections of
hie past life shall ever strengthen us ami
the trials of this lite.
car'i ?l- t a a
n uue we suumissivei v Dow to this d
crec of an All-wise Providence, feelin
His ways are right, we can but sadlv de
plore the severing of those ties that bound
us to one so full of promise, kind to every
one, faithful to every duly, and univer
sally beloved by all who knew him.
Mourning his loss, we rejoice that
- 1 a m
are not without bone, we trust our loss is
his gain, the pleasant smile in heath
I T ITf f - tl 1
peemed to say. " w eep not tor me, all is
1. Resolved, That we tender our sym
pathies to his bereaved wife and sotrow-
ing parents, and assure them that hi -
memory will ever be green in the bear's
of every member of the "Rescue Fire Co.
2d. That wo wear the usonl badge o
mourning and "Rescue HallV be draped
in the same thirty days in token of regard
to our doceaee brother.
3d, That a copy of these resolutions be
ent to the family of our departed brother.
also to the Raleigh ptftere for publica
Theo. T. Fentress, i
Saul. Mkrrill, Com.
C. A. Shbhwoou, )
R. H. Bradley, Foreman ; Theo. T
Fentress, Recording Secretary.
STATE LIFE IflSuraDCB
Wholesale sV Retail
Salisbury, V. c
'oMe c h a n t s, Ho
:eeDers, Younfr 1 (
fid Folks, Smokers. Fain-
rs, Farmers, Grangers.
lq r.veryDoav ejse.
'heuever you need any thing in the way oil
If you want tho beat articles for tl
least money, go to
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG 8TORE.
Improved C TJ C W-
ard of tssa esarfcas. kf
dtaanrwsg tsje Jsh
Daaieraoad the iraV
for Sals $
10.000 papers warranted fresh sod genutn
ijust received from Laadreth, Boist, Ferry,
Briggs, and Johnson, it Roblina,
cents a Paper. Liberal discount
country merchants at
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE.
New Hanover, 3
Onslow, 1 I
THE SANDAL WOOD.
At end of First Fiscal Year had issued over
900 Policies without sustaining a single loss.
Prudent, economical and energetic manage-
ment has made it
This Company issues every desirable form
Policies at as low rates as any other First Cli
Imposes no useless restriction upon reeidenc
Has a fixed paidnp valueonall policies after
two annual payments.
Its entire assets are loaned and invested
to foster and encourage home enterprises.
Thirty days grace allowed in payment of p
With the facto before them will tha peopl
if North Carolina continue to pay annuall
thousand upon thousands of dollars to build
up Foreign Companies, when they can seen
insurance in at oinpanv eqnallv reliable ai
ever dollar's premium they pay be loaned and
(inveated in our own tate, and among our own
Popl? . .
Theo. t . KLU I IX, 1
J. D. McNEELY, Agt's
Salisbury, N. C.
RTJFFTN A TAYLOR
CenM. Dis't. Agfa.
25 bbls, Ross, Goodrich Ac Peer-
less, Just Received at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
to Rlatcbley's Imprasrcd Basckat, the
uropUbeek Valve, Wwtsa ea towns
ind the 1
tiute. For sale by
trade-mark as aawra If yea 4a bmst at
ire to buy.
ith the nasne
n wiH b pusaptly
tm stamp. M
506 Comm-ree St PbiUdelphia. P.v
Feb. 1, 1875 if.
ioise & Lot
eYa W9 n w i
n Mm iiMit ras I .mm - - -
rmm m. aaW 4AM J SS S9W VOllPt W . V Sfea -
ind Bank St.. receelly ocetif ied lr Mr t
swd lor sale. Thi. i. .
valuable property 1st f
ITMIMUt illlkftlMl in th t nui m
i.. . Va
or iow n. rvTftora mnnaf iwrtater imi mm
lion oaa obtain it by calling a r eassussnasaa
ing with either of the i rtiieagaid
Also the undersigned offer for sale 710 seme- L
land lying on the N. C. R. R, two eSSMs
Sroaa Ssiisbury. Thia Imnd will be ewsdsn.
Also 103 acre eight miles W from Hsrbv
irv on the Beaiiee ford road. T ..ia ia awaiBB
II well limbered land. Further infr rsaatiosr
lv en on application.
Tei ms reasonable.
Salisbury, N . ( .
JOHN W. MA I" NET,
for Dr. John L.
lay 13, 1876 tf.
'ELT CABPETINGS 28 cto. per vd. Fl
LI I. ING for rooms in place of Plaster. FEU
ROOKING and SJP1NG. For Clre-lar at
mple. Address C. J. FAY, Camden,
Pcrsey. - 4w.
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS.
A lsrge stock, warranted Extra cleaned
Pieeh & Genuine, at low prices at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STOBE.
To Country Merchants
I have the largest stock of Drugs
'yes, tirocers Drugs oxc, in West en
Carolina, and am "ow prepared to sell
' mm mm. , - SSwd BS . a
uaitimore t'rices, thus saving
you the freight. Special attention to bot
i ling; Etseneea, Laodanoro, Paregoric
Opodeldoc, Caster dt Sweet Oil &C. Writ
for prices, to
ITURO. F. KLUTTZ DRUGGIST
Salisbury, N. C.
and l.AiJUlts o
1 V INUSTO NR.,
Including the "LAbT JOURNALS,") esw
Ids vividly his 30 years strange adventiiiss-
tbe caraosaies, onders and WealUl sntsf
tWuiu country, end is absolutely the eJtf
lew, romplete work. lieacs It sells; just tklak.
first . week. A tei woujd
ailastonish yoo, saore swatsd. fiend
mi ii s a
i ne aanuai woou out ot wnu-n so manyl
fans are made, and which is so much usd
;on account of its strong scent, comes from
tree tnat attains maturity in about twenty-
Lnve years. I he older the tree, the Tinar-
L. I- l l . 1 r
iii iifari-wiHKi rouifs 10 me surface, wnuei
llhe bark btcomes deeply wrinkled, is red!
uudVruesth, aud frequently bursts, discbisihi
in old specimens the abseuee of all sapwood.
uch trees, whatever their iise mav be.l
Hi! J at once be felled, as they rapidly dt-
Itenorate. Ihe heart-wood ia hard aud
heavy. The lest parts are used for earv-
tug boxes, album covers, desks, and other
uselol and ornamental articles. The roots,!
fhvh are th- richest in oil, stad the chips
.1 . 'II a -1 WW a mi fl
jo to tne still, while Hindoos wno can at-1
S a.a a a ...
iford it show their wealth and their respect!
lor their departed relatives by.addiug siicks
I sandal wood to the funeral pile. 1 he
m mm m .
wood, eitber in powder or rubbed up mto a
paste, is used by all Brahmins in the pig
Iinent8 used in their distinguishing cast
a eat I mt m mm 7
linaras. l ne oil torms the basis ot maovl
scents, and is sometimes used especial lyl
the carved work seen m Bombay Foi
distinguishing with its scent articles which. I
being really carved from common wood, arel
passed off as if made from true sandal.
t: a aar- a - -a m
Pa r er
Flavoring Extracts, Essence, Bpicei
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye Stuffs.
Greensboro N. ClToilet and Laundry Soaps, Lye, llatehesj
Ismps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys dec, al
ways on band of best quality at
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG 8TORE.
hire proof of r"nii
;BBARD BROrk, Paba., 7X3
WESTERN Maryland CoUep
Fach having a full corps of Profeam. m
TFTEEFTH BEMLAMTJAL ItsV
1I0H bs-gin. Sep tuuUr 1st, 187k bm
r Catalogue with fall tnfbnBstioa af U
rerm, Coorse of huOt, rie , furnaabsd aiales
loamy. Address J.T. WABJJ, L. L., Prwd-
a Weataaiaster, V4.
FOETTTHE HI IT. Ksary fasalty bawa
il. Suldby AfmtU. Address, (j. b, Yt AL
:B, Erie P.. 4W
Couldn't Stand the Contact.
Independent Tyrell 1.
P. 8. The death of Gov. Graham takes
toff one from the Democratic side, leaving
The Governor Elect of Ksetucky.-
lonel James B. McGreerv, the successful
(Democratic candidate for Governor of Ken
tucky, is not yet forty years of age, and served
(with considerable distinction in the confederate
irmv, where he attained a colonelcy. He w.
Speaker of the lower house of the Kentucky
uature lor bix years, and report speaki
favorably of his ability and integrity. He is a
lepnew of Senator Thomas C. McCreery, of
en tuck v.
SJBjr as oar adTcnass- Warn mmtm bis adiarttai
ment Vi-or.ther (tl.Unct, we wtU
sate It an (uilovs :
K. IS. POOTE, 3f
Aothor of Piain Hmm Talk, HfUcal
M.n in fllorr. tc . la) ljmxiamfltm
e..t astfc Sknvtv Km To, aa iNsarnnevT
l'nTBi''ir. tratn all forma of Umgerimg r Cnro-ic
I) - an-1 rvocivaa totter, fraaa all part, of Ute
Civruaro would. w .
By n orly'mal trot of ooofflietliig a BwMsI rraav
Uc.. hr to mcct-Wutiy tn-tiac oomeron- r0it In
ICnrope. th West Indlea, mlnlon sf
Canada, and la every part of iba UaiteU SMUa.
Or 4 toWtoa. dnoc Ml Ho toaa. durtnf tha rn
l wan it thrt yearn, treated nccaaafaJly naariv or qalte
4ll.00) raw. All fax-U ouuneove with each taH.n
urofnlly recorded, vbatbor tney oa oismun uy
latter or tn j-wo, or ob-arred by tho Pootor or h
oaodate phyaioUna. Tha totter ass all adantifio
HOW INVALIDS AT A DIITAHCI
Are treated. All luralida a a AtoTTtoa are requires
to an-wer a Hot of plain qnoationa. which oUclu erery
ymiitmo nndor wldch tho tnrartd .mflara. All cn
assasaswsas srssSSi aWSam oaagawateri iwpWi
.,.r,, nt tf .trtn iireTrnta mtotaka. or eoarMion.
XAmt of ,eaUooa mtS freo. oa applloattea, to any part
t ,yr. ..Mrl Siitr oaca poniphlot of
Boccsmo, ahw sent freo.
frona thoaa who hare been
AancB ia orr ica, OS as 1
Qaa saw nam am
DR. E t B i TOOTS,
mm ltAIarlaotaa Ava.I.T.
, v. mm j
iFor Yonu Laiie and Geitloa
Pine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Cosine
lies. Soaps, schous. Toilet Sets. Vases.
W wo ' - '
llair, and Teeth Brushes, Poeket Booki
l&c, in endless variety at
KLUTTZ S DRUG 8TOBE.
COR Daily to Agents. M sma
lOLU and the beat t-assily Paper ia Al
iih two S-MJO Oiromoa, tree. AM. M rti Ua,
Broadway, 3. Y. 4w
ICigars Hid yon Say ?
daSlr. Oh yes, we have Uiesa at all prices
from S cents to 25 cents, and oaa sell
them bj the box at jobbers prices, oai
celebrated 3 CCDt PECULIAR
CIGAR is acknowledged the beat ia U
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8TORE.
S 10 TO SBtM
ENT FREE i5
rokera, 72 Broadway NsW
in rested ia Wall St
often leada in far
tuns. A T paare door r-ipiaiaing e
d roDov ol the Wall Street Ret irw
CO.. BaLkera as4
Brukera. 72 Bruadway New York.
PURE WINES 5c LIQUORS for
iedi-.al aud church purposes si ways ot
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG 8TORE.
Astral Oil 50 cents pei
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE.
A letter from Berlin, published in Land
and Water, a short time sinee, conveys a
piece of information which many farmers
would do well to make a note of. The
writer asks, "Who ever knew of tv,
plants being so inimical to one another as;
ne to kill the other by a mere toncb ?
t tiis. However, seems to be the cast
U1 be quite a number of suits at next Courtgwlien rapt -grows uear the thistle. If
Ifsseaathing U not done.
Marriaata T ' : I
during July in
' &ae Ramsay to Elisabeth Gilbert.
n Henry Irrin Jane Catharine Willtford
yel Veto Maaney AritU Emeline Fry
held is infested by thistles, give it a turn
f rape seed, and this plant will altogeth
r starve, suffocate and chill the thisti
nt ot existence. A trial was being made
with different varieties ot rape seed in
qnare plots, when it was found that the
t - sa rt a . a
whole ground wss tuli ot tnistles, an
nobody believed in the rape having a fair
run. But it bad ; and as it grew the
Picket's Charge at Gettysburg-
he eloquent eu logy or Ke v. ur. Uoge pro-
nouneed upon the proud and brilliant carrier
f Gen. Picket, last week, be thus speaks o
is famous ehsrge at Gettysburg. Many o
)ur readers will read with profound pleasure
what the distinguished divine so eloquently
ays in this connection, in remembrance
he conspicuous part borne in that charge b
Pender's and Pettegrew's North Carol in
Gettysburg was the culmination of ou
jggreat struggle, and it waa there that Gen
Picket, at the head of less than o.uuu men
(Gov. Kemper said 4.500) moved down tb
iUiamTheoMarlin-JaneLumina Current1'' "hed. f"dd' turned gray aud&lope. with the precision of regiments ot
ur milned up as soon as the rape leaves began parade, amid a fiery storm of shot and shell
. HL.ALh.is. ,r . -! .1 a.M , .t n-
Alexander Cowan-Laura McCorkle.
gws 8herrUl-Rosana Long.
Ji7 Woods Laura Luckey.
rraakOakl fk ..u... ri
'-ven aud even I Four whites and four blacks
PUSS like the convention election, ain't it?
-m. ! " 1
we bade our friend Mr.
Jgj n Monday last, for we knew
" befall him. If an is so uncertain,
Ito touch it. Other trials were then mad
in flower-pots and garden-beds, and the
Ithisile always had to give in. and was
iltogether annihilated, whether old
md fnllv developed or young and
"O entlcma. mnaic and rlannino- an ho,
, -wuasotonickiug.thatas we wrung hi
ai partinir, we thouaht sadlv of his danirer
he smiling and unconscious of danger too ! no w in the library of Trinity College,
'VWtaslruul k: i li ... . u: t . 1. J . rA xhe
A statue of Lord Byron was execut
many years ago by Thorn wald sen whic
It he poet's friends desired to place
" . . . . w-v
Westminster Abbey, but tne uean an
Chapter of that day refused to admit 1
rl lie statue lav tor some time in the vaui
I ' mr -,-.jar af i . -mmm aAm. AW. SERBS. m.
lof the custom house in London, but
ped him pack his candle-box thoughJCamhrige. It
mm nanM D
W iooar c
faw AL. a
r Ht. Inew statue.
is said to be a good like
. Harfad htm oat a good rig and many warn-in ess , and at one time it was designed to
antiAAn.j... j . I j 1:.... c J f
, is aooe, ana wecan only bqpemprocurc! a uupucstc ui u iunn
otbeers and men falling m appalling num
bers, bot the ranks steadily ekieing op am
pressing oa with the ea I in news ot a eoeragi
too sublime for doubt or fear until the h ei
ghts were gained and all thst human valoi
could achieve was won. i he charge ot th
r . , - a -a m w ;o
iigni xwigBssw as. awaawTa-wai inaguiuce'
iBbut it was a mistakeu one as a military
vetnent. The charges of Soult and Mo
at at Austerlita were splendid when theii
'great Captain fired them by saying, "Coim
let us end the war with a clap of thunder"
he charge of the Old Guard at Waterloo
was resistless ; bat history chronicles n
eater charge. Mr. Chairman, thau thi
hieh Picket led, aad fa which you receivi
our honorable wouna. 1 Loug-coBtitiiu
pplanse. J Well baa it been said; 'On thi
ay the name of Virginia was baptised
and will Ulusmaa forever tne temple o
Be Tour own Physician.
There is no case ol Dyrpepsia fiat Green'
I A uocaT Floweb will not cure. 1 Chne to th
HJrng store ot Theo r . Kinttz, and inquire
about it. If vou suffer fromCostbrenesa, Sick
ILleaaache, hour btoinacb. Imlicestion, Liver
mplaint, or derangement of the system, tr
lit. Two or three doses will relieve you
AotJK Coxoraaoa is the only remedy in th
CTnited States that contains n Qniniue. Ascnic
lor other poisoas injurous to the system, that!
iwill cure Fever and Ague,"! Intermittent o:
Billions Fevers. Ac. and the Chills will not re-
Iturn duriug the season. It permantly cures
luever and Ague of long steading
In this Cointy, August 3rd by A. L. Hall
lEsur, Mr. Andrew, M. Hednek to Miss.
I.Margaret, L. KoontS, both of Davidsonl
a . '
(Corrected by McCubbins, Beall, "and Julians
Buying Rates :
ICORN new 75 to 80.
JOTTON-ll to 13
FLOUR $2.75 to 3.
MEAL 85 to 90.
BACON county) 12 to 14 - hug round
POTATOES Irish 90a Sweet 75 to $1
EGGS 10 to 12
5 HI C KENS 1.75 to 2 per doa.
FEATHERf new, 50.
RYE a 90 to 91
BEESEWAX 28 to 30.
WHEAT $1. to 1,25
.BUTTER-20 to .25.
DRIED FRUIT 5 to 8
Blackberries, 6 to 7; .-W
Vbnied to Jeff jrarfsr rUxm7fome7iiUc
and MetticuJ Commcn SmVtff. AltO
Or. Barffor's teals Bowel aad Pile Fills,
The pll'a aro on InfalMblo aaas ly fcraoaaJlyMrsi
an 4 pllc caaonl by a-iiiifcaaoi or sasSBBSj is o tho
iter rtvtlc ia-Uoo of tho bowrla. Thoy ory swatry
tu.-PBa th octirtty of tho lnUlnaloaioJ, prodaco
mofi a-al rolioTo pi to. at oa. Thoaaaoda bats
Hon ca oa by them. Prioa SO cnwk oaa I br aaail oj
tmrmvt .4 prloo. Prv-pawd only by F. ALFRED
RiortvanT. PsaaxaciaT, Srt FocwTS Araaca,
Kjcw Yoas Crrr.
Dr. Qeriror's Compound Fluid
tUiribarb aad Dandelioa.
Th-" 90t ornnbia.tloo of poroly lof oiahji aaoSMsoa
1 en-irot r " P"oe Caiomol or SSaw Pal tt otbaatoaos
oa liw. tnomioa. tha flow of Mto. aodthoa rtnorw
t aje t.rp. I'.ty of the IIt, bill MSaaaaa owS boMtrnl
o 1 t'wi'i n. n1 tb. divoaa. arMng tnmmtM m
. TUfbry. at.
dxiMitiata. .ick hwnlaobo.
tivene. .rf thto Extract wtt be fro"
tm tmm mtteat. a. ooa or two bat
tl -ar t'ao am;leloti beiutlfuny. oad vooaswo ptaaptoa
and abawawaaasS j Urar uaubto.. Frtoa $1 porboOio.
C b JttlQJ. SS; will bo aaat oa rocelpt of tho prios
to uir ail'lrooa froe af t iba re. FVopaooS oaly by
F. ALFRJtO REICH ARIJT. Vu
Avasra. Haw Toata Cut.
CBAIGE & CRAIGE.
ATTORNEYS Al LAW
Ssliciturs ! ISiskraplrs.
ty Special attention paid to procti
ng in Bukruptcsy.
Sept. 6, 1673.
WBt ait BK
SALISBURY, N. C
aaSa. mm J W m. a. a
oarye 1674 W 'T sat s . .
uly 25 cents a bo x t Warrr anted
refunded. After years of ex peri
tenting, I have at last found the Greai
for Chills, Fewer Jc Afoe, dec ,
tod can confidently recommtend it to ssi
friends and the public Try It.
Lest Teas in the mar k-
t, Put up in air
Lb cans , 25 per cent L
usual Prices at
KLUTT'S DRUG STORE.
Iv short whenever yow want Preeerii
lions carefully prepared, or
isually kept in a First class Drug fH
id want to be certain of getting jus
'hat yoa call for, and of being politel
I, promptly served. Be saie to call o
r seoa to
SaTiSISBT, 9. C.
baa establiabad itself saa pertVoi rwgutaisrejkd
mra remtrdr tor diaurdrs wi t. r -t u ai toiaor
fruia in proprr aciitm of the Livrt a I . !.
ITIS OTA PHTbIC.Tmt.riy -. a
tue aecretire organs, geutiy ana p.a aaOy
loses a)i impantkc. and ragtiisu-a taw at
It is sot a rxcTossr sittees. net s a
rLicb assists direation. aLd iboaatissalatee taa
ippetfte wtr food asceasary to iungwrsti ISO
B-eakeaed of iaactiTr orfans.atd gives OtMHSa
Ito all the Tital fuices.
ITCABEIKSITS OtV BaCOV XEVDATTOO, SS
the Urge sod rstrtdly ircrrah g eales teottfy
Prie One IMJar a b4lle Ask yssr dfWSa.
f.r it. JonasTns Uollowat A Co. Paihv Tmt
Coughs. Colds Haarsensss
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES
ELLS' CARBOLIC TABLET!
PUT L P ONLY IN BLUE BO:
A THIRD AKD SURE
ld by DrnrEiot fwrwrslrv. SSbi
FLLLAEA FL LJLAaR. Gaieago, ML
O T D E 5
R7.n V KTrTT7 n..trr
; 9- rn : t
u o u
HALIBI RY, fll. C.
alas-Da. Raavas, PaoraJErmsm
The Proprietress rrtaras bar
tbe trsTrihtg pwblbt
. . . ...
it wtu.e arte was cutmecua wits yaa
ii. Hot ax.
Not barias rooen eoooah al lbs "5l
iliat bt cms 00 w
imfortably, and in the very sost s4ym
rlT romwaod asssjs, wrtn ail as 1
Irarwriwwww. ' ' ' m
osarwtw fiilSf ap th vs .-n . L . HaAl sSSWO
be tawt, laLa Hrraklast at lbs MYMP
lOUbE. j . l4J
"irot class Bar aid Billiard
n eonnrrurl with the HOTJ1.