'wfillibostering going on.
pg.BALL till Tou can't rest,
. r -. ..ral mnrninmi nsat.
H eclip on the 29 tu a fraud.
No more marriage for a month now.
k,r hw sold his lt Watermelon at last.
. I p., f. noke, was in the city on Tues-
fiIibnry i ow one of th hlthl towns
.-ko.lr kuows any news why don't
.iff tell o.
ni,l anybody hear it rain last Tuesday
Don't forget the Building and Loan next
Ami they keep cussing about the cow law
t Hapyy " lne mn w" bath no cow.
Res. J. Neifter took leave of his congre-
tion ! 00 ,Mt 6nlbath.
Our free ticket to the circus are all gone, so
oone nwd PlllJr-
Hare you read ( hrutiaii Reid's "A Ques-
. . . t ..... 9 it : U ..i ,.r . i.
:.if Honor, !" ui me
.Divik Brmouol Court, commeroees at
Mnckfville next Monday, old Mr. Cloud iu the
Bo., Sullivan, Mock, Klutti, Graham,
JfeCsbbins, Holmes, and Meroney, are all
Ktrth Living in new goods for the Fall trade.
TVr ;iy that wlipne was a pretty thing sure
Bosch. We didn't get up in time, and it
wouldn't wait on us, ao how could we interview
The Secretary has distributed twelve hun
dred Premium Lists of the Fair up to this
Old Brogden is Mill hatching over the ap
pointment of the V. N. C. R. R. Commission
er!!. Csu't tli'- Convention do something to
help Vim out ?
That rain last Tuesday night waa as if a lit
tle dire of Nonh's flood, had come back to
Knout around. We havn't seen anything like
it fur the lant seventy five years.
A .r.-i..l Premium of $25.00 will be paid to
the individual exhibiting the greatest merito
rtoiM annimals or articles at our next Fair.
Wonders will never cease. This is writ
ten with an "ink and copying pencil," which
writes as permanently as inic, and copies
euual to the best copying fluid. Theo. F.
Klntiz bus it
lien. Wade Hampton, has been invited
ml is expected to be present and deliver an
address on the occasion. We hope onr farmers,
mechanics, and merchants, will all bestir them -
islffj to make this Fair a grand success.
There s more' square feet of lies in this town
1 .1 .1 1 1 .1 a .
now, man mere uas ocen since tne last circus
m here. By-the-wrty, Charlotte tajtes cir
cuses one hundred dollars, and Salisbury only
bmnly. Why is this, thus, oh, ye city fathers ?
8rEciAi. Rmvnv :
We ak as a special favor, in the interest of
(be public, of all preacher, magistrates and
others, that they report to us all marriages and
deaths coming under their notice. We just
can't find out any thing by oorself.
Robt. Format. Eaqr., of the AshevHle Citizen
was in town thie week.
ti m -f i j m m m
Our Lrtnw and Orj Dead for October is
received. It is a splendid Nona. It should be
in every house, the State.
We regret to lose Mr. H. Iff. 8oasaman. one
of the best farmers in the county. Mr. fl. has
gone to Mecklenburg.
"Wanted A Brewer's Tub.
Any person having a brewer's tub to disnose
of would do well to all at this office, as early as
eany as possible.
Terrible rain storms have swept over the
Gulf States. In Louisiana and Tnu.
lives were loat and immense damage waa done
Messrs. j. o. Dame, Southern Agent of
Chesapeake & Ohio R. R and R. A. Jenkins
Southern Agent of A. M. & O. R. R. called at
I our sanctum this week we regret we did
oMjioxu ii rLKAScsv club uur young
men have organized a pleasure dab, which has
by this time gotten into full sway. They have
given two soirees, both of which were very
pi easant affairs They will continue to give
them during the winter. Some of the members
aro rasro uoviccs, but under the instruction of
our young friend. Mr. Ja. Wren, who is very
competent to instruct them, they will soon be
1 1 A a a. a. . a - , , . . - - 3
nine to -trip rue ugnt lantasue toe" with , pei-
Tom Evans of the Vieksburg Herald, and
John B. Husgy, Eeqr. of the Statesvillfe Land
mark, were in town on Tnesday last.
Mr. J as. Mallard also of the Landmark was
in the city on Wednesday last. He aaya he
announcement of a huge living Giraffe elev
en feet high; bUe bok, the Afriemn harte
be. tie Gnu or wild homed horse, the wapi
ti, the giant ostrich, all of whom are very
rare and interesting animate. Also hone,
tigers, elflS&an's, camete, hyenas, kangaroos
eroekodilea, sacred cattle, gorillas, manatees,
(first ever exhibited), koodoos. Yulturesi
viaene varkes, baboons," is met a world of
animals, birds, reptiles. Ace
The gaMery of wax statuary will prove a
eery interesting as well as orironal part of
thwshow. The entire comninuity has rend
of King Kalakua, Kiag Alphoneo, and the
Beecher and Tilton scandaU Life sire rep
resentations of lhve persons. will be fouud
in me irallerv. .
1 he new invention, owe that will astonish
everybody, is the Steam Man. Walks and
runs unsupported; a mechanical marvel.
Its circus bids fair to out-ri val an v estab
lishment we have ever had, both in point of
numoers and scale uf merit.
-Many English artists, who have an excel
lent European reputation, and who make
their first appearance in America :
Miss Minnie Marks, the srreatest female
rider the world baa ever produced; ITIle
K- 81 na Looke, with htr stud of Menace and
dancing horses; MMle fioeiland. the beautiful
character enoestnennet William O'Dale. the
electrifying equestrian; A. YauZandt; who
appears fur the first time in this country in
nn extraordinary and origonal act, entitled
the English Jockey's Pastimes.M th e srreat
est achieveinent the world has ever kuown!
Ai ram Marks, fester, the most versa tile ring
uumonst living; Ueorga Adams, the panto
mimic wonder aud king of the stilts; M'lle
Jessie, slack wire eotiilihrist.- Ynutnr I.wn.
the only rider who manages to ride aud drive
nice horser; the Milton Jaspers, the three
nyiug men of the air; Win. BatchHlor, chain
pion leaper of the world: Mr. Abraham Van
ant, Holland, Murray, Molenture. Long
Davis, Hart and Kiee. the extraordinary
gymnasts- Many other eelebritire are men
tioned that we heve space to designate here
. . .
Kobert r reyer s troupe of trained animals
A terrible story of murder comes from
Queue, in Italy. A bqj was playing
near the House ot a man named Urandi,
and was eaticed bv him to eo inside, he
a sturj thj other gfeildrs ware coeningi
to play mere. Ur andi suggested that be
should hide beneath the stairs, and sur
prise them when they came. He accord
ingly entered a dark place and lay down;
Oraodi then seised bim by the throat, and
tried to choke his cries with, earth. The
little fellow is strong and hie at sailant is
wpak and deformed. Thy sfrnggted,
aud Grandi tried to sileuce him with blows
ot seme weapon on the bead. H coulia.
ued to cry, however, and a woman gave
i.. i ri . i - - . ...
mi; aiarin. xo uioee witu arrested I lie
monster he only said that the boy had
throwukatoneysa him. It appears that
Gmudi' deformity was mocked by the
' ? 1 1 s a a ' a a' a .
vintage eniidrwa. Many ooues have been
j i i i , . '
iuuiiu ouried aoout me uouac, and some
say an entire body. These are beinw ex
Sk A . -
ammed by surgeons. A grave, fresh dog,
i . . ... .
lay open under tne staircase, wtuch, there
can be little, doubt, was meant for the res
Important Results Pie as an tly
Although the days of irrational medication
are happiQiMiH away, ani intelligent phy
V V i a . . a - - mm. - ,
siciana nasn rssare to .measure tne supposed
efficacy of a remedy by the violence of its
effects, there still linger among the older prac
titioners a few of those preialections in favor
of "heroic" -reatmen t . which it would be lucky
Carolina Central Railway!
tFFsaa Osatt ax SupsairrwinEST. i
ingWa. I, C April 14. 1875.
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday, April 16th, 1875, the
trin will run over this Railway as follows .
Leave WHminrtoa at..- 7.15 A M.
Arrive at Charlotte at..., 7-15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 1M A. M
Arrive in Wilminctun at 7.00 P. M
Leave wltaiingtea) at, MV...M..64W P M
Arrive at Charlotte at 6.00 P M
Leave Charlotte at ..60 A M
Arrive in Wilmington at AM A M
foave Charlotte at 8.00 A If
Arrive at Jtuffaio at l-i M
Leave Baffalo at I 30 P M
Arrive m Charlotte at 4.30 P U
No Trains on Bandar occept one freicht train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 r. M-, instead ml
on Saturday night.
I Books and areolars tallia
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
le eV Retail Drag
SALISBURY, N. C
PE0FIT OH U00
La Stack Privilesjsa fca
a. "How M
seat free. Addraas Baxtxa A to-,
17 Wall 8L, Kew York.
How aitlMV era may factuai aad aia I
Connects at Wilmintrton with Wilmtnetnn
Weldon, and Wilmington, Columbia A Angasta
Railniads, Semi-weekly New York aud Tri
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the stiver Boats to Fayette vi He.
connects at Charlotte with its Wei torn Di
. . - . a m -
won t bar from the mule race at the Fair, if His ponies do the '8ee saw." The riding
he can get two or more editors to enter, who dog Kaliko lumps hoops, banners, bridges,
will they be ? Let them speak out. we want to &c-. Tn J"' eclipse ail iu jumping with
show the people bow fast newspaner men can their munfcy rider. The racing camels are
go, when they have a mind to. L it - u j mi
' I r Pii ii 1 1 1 1 1 o r iro rho naraila ears 1 1 aanno
I . inumumuij iut; j'tii n'v will wasascvi
Farmers Plow --We heard Mr. John L f!0 .D1 v7thin8 vf 1q
I that ht-ku in A mjLm . . .....v....e
it ml J t. a -r ' I w uuu su ."vuirnta uu tw tiio Lucacui unit .
Hednck, one of the oldest and best farmers in Fourth rfr..ml.rii. ftrl . nl
Rowan, say a few days ago that he plowed a will draw a music car a', the head, Then
part of a field with Meruney's Farmer's Plow, appear the ladies aud gents on priceless
and part--side by Ride with old fashioned steeds. Next the open lions den, their tamer
shovel plow, and that the corn plowed with 8eted anng them, all of whom are exposed
Meroney'r plow, b now ten iacAs. higher than T ""V atTLTJKMaS
k. niU Xli k. Hr . igwi fAiuiuiwi wuwimu
v viiivm 'iini Waa V iUCIUUCT BJ a lun
for their patients if they bad abandoned. One vision. North Carolina Railroad. Charlotte A
of these is a fondness for administering drastic Btateavile Railroad, Charlotte A Atlanta Air
liine, ana cnariotte, Columbia it Aagaata Kail-
Thu3 supplvinc the whole West. Korthwea
and Southwest with a short and cheap line jo
.ana a .
t ue deaboara ana r-urope.
8. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer and SuperinteudenU
MayC. 1875. tf.
eountry. Then Ziugra and his plate-glass
ilen ot serpeants. the reptiles seen coning
around aud about him, and obey every word
of com maud. Terminating with the Parisian
steam colliope, a monster musical instrument
played by steam, aud drawn by 10 powerful
horses. At the tent another srratuitous dis-
Aug. 6. 3 mo.
We had the pleasure of meeting Friday even
ing last, under the hospital root of Mr. M. L.
Houns, Enq., the venerable Dr. F J. Knox.
of Stanly connty, whom we fonnd in fine health play is offered daily; at 1 P. M. a lady asceuds
and spirit. He is now nearly 70 yeaxs of age. single wire 2ZU feet iu mid air from the
Remarkably well preserved both physically and grmina to the top of the pavilliou,
mentally, he is yet a cloaer observer of men wo "iou8 re giveu uauy, at i ana
and things, and takes a lively interest in all Sftf S&fc 9Jt
. fj, . . .. 11 tt , I ewp ww in mm amiiivwuo isc f o aisj vcu -
tiiB current auairs mine mono, ne is joy efit of reduced fare on that dav. All in all a
proud of r ranee, his native land, whose won- very pleasurable and memorable occasion
derful recuperation from the effects of her late I uriH be the exhibition day. !
war. he was pleased to call "almost a mira-1
eic. I a.,,ci,rv. v r ot.i, a?K
k.ALlODl i i , . v., oral, miin kui J
$500 Premium. i . A resrular inertiua of the Board of Town
The officers of our Fair Association it seems Commissioners waa held at the Mayor's ottice
mnM ,,w. tl.on tl,orr Km p.r i no.l f.,r Tn I St d O ClOCK P. M.
mi v fS' aiui u a uni uiv f uaiwi vu aw
their Premium List they offer a $500 Premium
for a trotting race in which three
Present J. J. Stewart, Mayor, snd of the
Board Commissioners, Mock , Snider. Parker.
trotting race in which three or mote Vanderford. Bernhardt. MeX-eW. and Ken-
horses are to enter all of which have to chow a uedy.
fair record that they have trotted a mile in The minutes of the previous meeting were
2.30 or les. They offer this premium under read aud approved.
. I 'ri.
Work on the Fair Grounds atill continues.
Nw mails will be erected to accommodate the
lugely increasing entries of stock, and an ele-
ant nee stand for the judges, and the
band ia now being erected. Everything proui-
i a magnificent success.
T!ic hop giving in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Hedrick, by Mrs. Dr. Reeves, at the
Hoyden House on Tuesday evening last was an
IKant aliair, snd reflected great credit upon
the hostess. We'd have shaken a foot ourself,
but had to get home and put the bady to sleep.
And now they're getting all the children
ready to go to the show-circus, and those who
have no children are making arrangements to
borrow some for the occasion. Of course the
little dear must go to see the animals, and of
nurte tomebotly must go along with them.
Hatched at Last.
We learn from the Charlotte 06ere,ofthis
raorninp, tlut old Brogden has at last appoint
ed W. P. Cannady, of Wilmington, the third
OSSMMSaieaer on the W. K. C. R. R. The Ob-
tnt r nays this ia the man who first mentioned
tin t)A ; ,11 . m f a m -
NwrninHM ior vice rreRiueni oi mo
I'nited States.' Another instance of "the thrift
at follows fawning " -Bio
From all quarters we have the most cheer
,nl tews about our next Fair. The Agrieul
toraland Mtchaakal Departments will be full
"P, and the biggest crowd that has ever been in
Salisbury will be here. Our Hotels are already
Winning to "spread themselves" to accomrno
'tlkem.and all we have to say is. "Let
"oeorae! Who is afraid V
n . . ....
account of the entries of fine horses at
jr next Fair in our last issue, we are inform
tG 1 1 w I try a
- me necretarv, incorrect. There are
wwm many already entered as we said.
9 come from five different 8utes and will
--nqoubtedly the finest exhibit of thorough-
7 iwt horses ever seen in Western North
Colour Barber Rnn
Mybt that dentka didn't get mad, likely he
not. To orMk..i i:ii.
-"vvw iihic Hiss uric ateiNj
oeice, when one of them looked in and
'. MULa, Sam herea a new barber shop
- net up." "Yea,- said the other," aud
' a colored folk's baber shop too."
sis wasn t mad, but he looked out cautiously
l . wnether anybody was in hearing diatance,
vtt commenceil his remarks.
h Boneless Codfish juat ree'd at A. Pab
os beM assortment of mountain Apples
l. .. f t r
CTj ''y Fresh family at Mackerel
-nat a. Pamcer's.
lo Sn'8 "M,ort'net of Prise Packages (from 1
00 just ree'd st A. Paaxf a's.
ie impression that three such horses, would
not be here, but it turns out they were mistak
en, and there is no doubt that the $500
premium will be taken if all the horses come
that have already been entered.
Of course they will pay it if it is taken and our
people will have the opportunity of seein the
fastest trotting ever done in North Carolina.
But "as we said before," they are rather blue
purgatives, such aft blue pill, calomel, jalap
and caster oil. A contrast of the effects qI
these drenching drugs with the mild and bene
ficient operation of Hoatetteaia Stomach Bitterey
is the very best argument that can be adduced
against the wisdom of such destructive treat
ment. The old fashioned cathartics convulse
the stomach, and relax the bowels so abruptly
and copiously as to weaken them. Hostetter,s
Bitters, on the contrary, never gripe the intes
tines, bnt produce a laxative effect resembling
the action of nature. At the same time they
remove the cause of constipation, by arousing
the dormant liver to secrete the bile necessary
to the regular performance of the excretive
function, and enable the stomach to thoroughly
digest the food. Indigestion and biliousness
having been thus overcome, a regular habit of
body is the necessary consequence, which the
occasional subsequent use of the Bitters renders
permanent. Every disagreeable symptom
which, in the absence of perfect digestion and
evacnat ion, harasses the system, vanishes un
der the influence of the great national stom
achic and alterative. Health and vigor are
win blessings that follow its use.
HOW TO CUBE FEVER AND AGUE.
If any person suffering with r evkr and
Aai K. Intermittent or Billions Fever will
rail at the Drugstore of Theo. F. Kluttx,
and get a bottle of AGUE CONQUEROR,
their immediate cure ia certain, and the chills
will not corns back during that season. It
contain? no Quinine, Arsenic or other Poi
sons, and after taking one-half bottle you
will feel better in health than yon have felt
perhaps for years. It entirely cleanses the
whole system, purifies the liver and other
sec etory organs. Price $1.00 per bottle
try it. Ask your Drnggish about others who
have used it. . "
Th Piedmont P res,
HICKORY, N. C,
Is the only paper published in Catawba
County, and has an extensive circulation
among Merchants, fanners, and all classes
of business men iu the State. The Peers
is a live, wide-awake Democratic paper,
and is a desirable medium for advertising in
Western North Caroliua. Liberal terms
allowed u yearly advertisement. Sub
scription 82.00, jo advance.
MUURIL 6c THOMLINSON.
Editors aad Proprietors.
Piedmont Air liine Railway
OldFolta, 8mokers, Pain
ters, Farmers. Grangers,
and Hiveryboav else.
NV heaever you od anything ia the way
SEEDS Jtc ,
If you want the best articles for the
least saoaey, go to
1 Ks)lTTZ'8 DRUG STORE
10.000 papers warranted fresh and genuine
fust reeahrad from Landretb, Boiat, Ferry,
'IPi sUsVulih"""1" & Bobbins, At
6 cents a Paper. Liberal discount
to couatry merchants st
KLUTTZ-8 DRUG 8TORE.
igsa asurst, etc. J
T. WILLIAM A Co,
snail, for ttreaty-eVre
House & Lot for Sale !
J 3H r
The House and Let oa the eaewee at Mat
tsoa era obtain U by calling om r
oaf wtia either of ti ui
Price ate a a Me.
Alsa the awdaraifrned otare for als TOO
or larxl Itim on the C. R. sL to mi
Kami from Salisbury. TLI land eill be i
lots if desire,
Ala I0S acres eirkt saile
bntr on the Beatio ford road. T.iit I nearly
. . . . ammm. . .
Tall vefl timbercsl sbd. rurtaws
given oa appricatton.
Helishnry, X. C.
JOHN ST. MA UN FY, AmL
for Dr. John L. Hi
May IS. 1875-tf.
F0aTXm IM IT. K-ery fesaily baye
Mil. ffoldby AgenU. Addre, O. f. AL
KKR. Erie P
25 aiaa, Rose, Goodrich A P
less, Just RccstrKD at
KLUTTZ8 DRUG STORE
CLOVER AID GRAM 8EEDS.
A largo stock , warranted Extrm denned,
Fresh & Genuine, at low price at
KLCl'rZ S DRUG STORE.
Ut Kit TO
ti i. m-
tf wmmk S M'
To Country Merchants
I hare the largest stock of Drugs,
Dyea, Grocers Drags Sec., in Western
f Ibr 11 I SI A
t i a i . isti oa
ri A K M. a rsraa
pi atinr w tok iwa
Richmond A Danville, Richmond A
Danville R. W., H. C. Division, and
norm western . u. u.. w .
in Fffect ea aad after laaiay, feat. 18th,
PIANO- SI A 1)1.
mrt MUMil -r aia yrmrm. FSatt KX
TBKJfKI.V 6w ft rmm tw fwrtapra aasf
w mlklr aaaj an a-mtt. n mmm
OramBB t rrm atti mMSjtsssw
Carolina, and am now prepared to sell at tit Sfs? . Waua irmi ai.r i w ra
Baltimore Prices, thaa saving
you the freight. Special attention to bot
tling Ersences, Lstadacnm, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster A Sweet Oil Ac. Write
for prices, to
THEO. P. KLUTTZ DRUGGIST?
Salisbury, N. G.
Corrected by MeCnblftBS. Beall, SandJulian
Buying Hates :
Toasts and Sentiments.
Health to Stewart, prosperity to the people,
j and may our C onvention direct tbir endeavors
to the public good, ratber than engage iu party
Fidelity and may it be implanted in the
breasts of our friend.
May we live long and enjoy the providence
May our bosom ever be warmed with pity.
May the tree of liberty flourish round the
globe and every white man partake fits fruits.
The committee on Public Scales reported
progress. A-ie committee on the EiXecution
of Bauk and Fisher Streets was continued.
The Mayor, reported having purchased about
300 loads of old brick for street purpo.-es.
Commissioners, Kennedy aud Bernhardt,
were appointed a committee to have Pub ic CORN new 75 to 80;
Well on comer of Fisher and Lee Streets, COTTON ll to 13
Repaired. FLOUR $2.73 to 3.
The application of Win. E. Kestler. for a MriAIj 86-tn 90.
renewarornrs license to retail spirttous and R ACON count llhn 11 -hns- ronnd
PO TA TOKS Irish 0a Swcct75 to $1
E0G510 to 12lr
STATIONS. Mail. Exrans.
Leave Charlotte .... 9.16 ru mM mm
" Air-Line J'nct'n 9.33 - 6 20
M Salisbury 11.58 " 8.34 "
. Greensboro a 16 a at 10.65
Danville 6 08 1.18 r u
".Dundee 6 18 " 1 80
M BrkevilU 11 S5 8.07
Arrive at Hichmoad. 8.88 ru 8 48 "
Flavoring I tracts, Essence, Spieee,
Gelatine, Mustards, Soda, Dye8tnff,
Toilet aud Laundry Soap, Lye, Matches,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys Ac, al
ways on band of best quality at
avLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
Wherever it Has Been T&ZXD
For IwiiLaiie ail GeitltBL
malt liquors., at his n d stanp at the Boyden
blouse, was aiToved.
Mr. T. C. McNeely, waa elected City
Tiie following ordinances was then pro-
Be it ordained by the Commissi oners of
Salisbury that auy person or persons who
shall create aud permit a nuisance within the
corporate limits of said towu may be fined
from one to fifty dollars; and two dollars a
day for every day the nuisance remains after
notice has been given the offending party or
parties to have it abated.
The Mayor, Commissioners Kennedy and
Parker, were appointed a committee to pre-
CHICKENS $K75 lo 2 per doz.
FEATHER? new. 50.
RYE a 90 to
BEE SEW AX 28 tb 30.
WHEAT -fl. to i;25
OATFS 40 to 45
BUTTER 20 to 25.
DRIED FRUIT 5 to 8-;
Blckbenriee,a 8 to 9.
STATION. Mail. Eimui.
Leave Ricainnd .38 r a 6.08 a.m.
" Burke vi le. 4.68 " 8 88 M
Dundee 10.33 " I 14 r M
" Dasville 10.88 " t.lT
" Greeniiburo. 8.08 A a 8.68 "
Salisbury. .... 6.88 " 6.16 "
" A. r-Line J'nct'n 8.06 " 8.86
Arrive at Charlotte... 8.38 am 8.48 M
Fine Perfumeries, Elegant Soaps, Cos
ties, Soaps, achous, Toilet Sets, Yasee ,
Hair, and Teeth Brashes, Pocket Books
Ac, m endless variety at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STOtE.
has catabliahed itself a a perfect regulator aad
sere remedy for disorder ot the syKtrm arudng
from improper action of the Liver aad Bowels.
tne secretive wgaas, gently and gradually
removes all.icipariUrf'and regulates
It isotJa orcToera arrrBas. br
ir'.icb assists digeotioa. srdt! tioMt Inta the
appctftafor food reccsirj tc nu ;gnr :'s the
vrenkened or laactivr '.. . .'..'.ui d p'.ve trrngtb
to all tbe vital f ic-i
It i imiEi m s t " r v r vT' . ! o "' . S
the larre sad repsn ram ut . ui4.4'
Price One Dollar a U ttlr . k a
for a Joubstwb HoLUTAi a. co. I
n is a
tt. Cigars 1 yon Say ?
,8,- Oh yes, we have them at all prices
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES,
WELLS1 CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT UP ONLY IS BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AJTD 8TJRE RMRDY.
May tbe meanest American acorn the highest pare a p, 9t 0f charges for weighing uo
May we kiss whom we please, and please
whom we kirn.
Our country and mav it continue to be the
land of liberty to the end of the world. .
Riches to the generous and favor to the
Relief to all oppressed and distressed.
May the friends of Democracy come to the
gallows, to see their enemies hanged. !
the Public Scales.
The Mayor. Commissioners, Meroney and
Yanderlord were appointed a ooinmitte to
examine Fulton St., near the residence of
Commissioner Vanderford for the
W A T N E D.
1500 Oak or Cedar Polls.
The Executive Committee cf tbis College
met yesterday. Trof . Thornton, who has bad
cbanre of the Departments of Greidt and Ger
man, tendered his resignation, with tbe view
of accepting the chair of Applied Mathematics I One by ' '
n the University of Va. This election to that
chair is a very high compliment to so young a
man; and the Committee not wishing to oppose
bis desire to accept a place, where he could
prosecute bis favorite science, released bim.
Prof. Robt. L. Harrison, was appointed to in
struct Prof. Thornton's classes in Davidson
College for the yeai. The Committee were
very fortunate in securing such a desirable sub
stitute. Prof. Harrison is a son or the distin
guished Prof. Gessnor Harrison, of the Univer
sity of Va-, and took bis degrees at that Institution.
Davidson College has now ninety students.
with others still coming in. The prospects of
the College are very good, the professors are all j
at their posts, and the student diligently at
The Great Hew York and New Orleans
Zoological and Equestrian Exposition.
As wilt be seen by an advertisement in onr
nunar to-dav. this immense institution ex
hibit in Salisbury. Friday Oct, 15th, It
comes most favorably noticed by the press
in other cities. By a review of the advertise
... u v..:i a
ot bmUltnc a culvert or to do such work as
in their indsrement is deemed necessary to
direct the water at that point in its proper
The following hills was then passed and
ordered to be paid :
One by R H Vanderford Police service for
Onebf " ' for killing 5 dogs 125
. . m removing dead carca
I want to make contract with some one to
purpose jeiiTer 1500 oak or cedar polls 10 feet long and
from 5 to 8 inches in diameter.
" Co Sbopa ....
" Baleiffh o
Arr. at Goldboro'... 4
8.08a a f
r " 4.80 I
11.80 a al
A. Arr. 1.48 a
a a m
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and
ihem by tbe bos at jobbers prices, out
celebrated 5 Ctnt PEC 1 LI V H
CIGAR is acknowledged tbe best in tbe
KLUTTZ S DRUG 8TORE.
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Cin Sell 1 t-? -, t iV? , ... -. r ,1b rl m
PURE WINES A LIQUORS for
medical and church purposes always on
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE.
Mrs. Josephine L. Nkave
has permaturely located in
Salisbury, and solicits pupils
for thorough instruction in Piano-forte, aud
the German language, and after an experi
ence of over 22 years as a teacher in first
class Collesres, and in large cities in compe
tition with the best music teWchere. she feels
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J"'1 c,"8,0 confident that shecan give her patrons enUre
.4 . 4 tor killing 4 dogs l.taj
E K James making Bridge 6.00
haaliug 170 loads rock 85.00
3r days hauling gravel 6.50
! Bingham A Co., 1 well bucket 1.25
2 kegs blasting pow
der , 10.00
One by Y G. Englebert, Sexton, service for
One by M L Holmes, interest on bond 76.00
" JoS Ballard, for sharpening street
One by David McLean log days hauling
Total amount, $333.30
On motion : The Board theo adjouoed
P. B; KENNEDY
ment we nreceive it comes by RaiL using 60
freight cars to transport it from point to point
Has an innumeiable number of dons, cages,
wagons. A., to contain its animals, ennoai
tW Wtrair. dec. It reouirea and uses a
"city of tent8,, (so to express it) for exhibi-
. .v.:.t. niikt iin hrilli&Mt-
iy lit up with gas that everything is discern
aide as in dav. Anion? the animals enntuer
a ted are "monster living Alaska Sea Lions,
exhibited in maminothaOM morning w oar
rela of sea water." This will truly be anov
ol airh t. as they are tbe only ones alive out
side of tbe Paeifis Oceaa. We notice the
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SALISBIRY, i. C.
O U 8 E
fcMaa. Da. Reeves, Proprietress.
( Sat. km Drakch. )
Leave Greensboro 4.80 r U
Arrive at Salem 8 18 "
Leave Salem 8.40 a a
Arrive at Greenaboro....... 10.88 "
Fasaeager train leavinr Ralelgb at 8.18m
connects atGreenaboru' with tbe Northern bound
traia-, making the quickest time to all northers
citiea. Price ol Ticket sataa aa via other routes.
Trains to and from point EaeC of Greeaaboro
conueel at trnaboro with Mail TnUas to or
from points North or Booth.
Two Trains daily, both ways
On Sundays Lvnchburjr Accommodation leave
Richmond at 900 A a , arrive st Barkevilie 1848
e a, leave Barkevilie 4 88 a a , arrive at Rich
mend 7 88 a X
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
aad Richmond, 282 Miles.
Papers that awe arrangements to advertise the
schedale of tbis company will please print as
For farther Information addre qa
8 F. ALLEN.
Oen'l Ticket Agent..
Green a bo re, N C
Bogiaser 4 Coal laaartateadsat
Astral Oil 50 cents per
i i a . . .. .tmF.
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
In tbe course of bis lecture on
The lprietress returns her sincere thanks
to the traveling public tor their liberal patron
age white idle waa connected with the Nation
Not having room enough at the "National"
Co accommodate her guests properly, she ren
ted the BOYDEN HOUSE, and she feels satis
fied that she can now accommodate her guesta
comfortably, and in the very best style, in thin
newly furnished house, with all the modern
Passengers going up the w. iv c. Kai Bead Attorneys, C ounselors
from the East, take Breakfast at the BO DEN
Only 25 cents
K B. FOOTE, M.rx, f
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Crvtvtae Wney ea4Siaag m WLiMUtJ Tin
Casiala. mm tm wtmj
a uo MKRCURIAL
Or tH-aHrriaa. Jmn natvl. He W. !-' t
orrfollr reoor4i vWShar taey m mm- .bow-' jt
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lcir r ta prwa, or
try l& l :f
LMner aii Hsnflerson,
Jnly 15 Im.
Problem of Life "at Port Jervis, Wed- pirst 03 and Billiard 8a-
nesaay evening 01 last woea , Aneooore 1Jon connected WiU lb(5 HOUSE.
1 uton utterea tnese sounas ana irutuiui
There wee a Jay when woman was
considered to have no soul, when she was
regarded as the incantation of sin. To
day it is better, it is true, bat let a woman
become tainted by improper intimacy
with this or that man, and she is undoubt
edly ostracised and despised, while ber
destroyer goes free and is honored. The
problem .of fife requires a diffeieut state
of affairs, and in this step woman most
require men to bo as virtuous, as delicate,
as noble as men require women to be.
Tbis will help settle tbe question of tne
'problem of We,"
SALISBURY, Jf. C
January 22 1874 tt.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
aad c : her various blanks for aalebera
CRAIGE k CRAIGE.
ATTORNEY Al LAW
A Gentleman having been so fortunate aa ta
cure his son of Consumption in its worst stages
after being given up to die by the most celebra
ted physicians, desires to make known the cure
(which provea successful in every case) to those
afflicted with Asthma, Bronchitis Coughs, Colds,
Consumption, and all Affections of the Throat
snd Lungs, and will mod the Recipe, free of
charge to all who desire it, if they will forward
theirre-foiraiEi. Aptaiz, Liberty 1 1af iJ Bcp,.
a box t Warrranted or
money refunded After years of ex peri
men ting, I have at last found the Ureal
Remedy for Chills, Fewer Ac Ague, Arc ,
aad can confidently recommend it to my
friends and the public. Try 1l
Finest Teas in the mark
ets Put up in air tight,
lib cans, 26 per cent less
than usual Prices at
KLDTT'S DRUG STORE.
Is short w heaever yes want Prases Ip-.
3iltf ttsTs it Bonhrnptrp.
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or send to
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SpeciHl attention pale! to proceed I THEO. F. ELUTTZ, Darosifft
Oalissost, B". C.
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liens carefally prepared, or need anything Dr- SxJ4sLlwJ
usually k-pt iu a First dost Drug Htorc, rv., t ysswes
snd want to be certain of getting just ' . JtXmfwr'
what you call for, and . of being politelv mVjViJTwjmm.fm m j as4 SasaI
and, promady served. Be satej 8 oa UJTstrV. ra. aw
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