Bussed is the man wbo
forgets not ye
local, for his deeds shall not be foreotten.
We are indebted to Mr. Tbos. H. Vander-
ford, for a lut of very fine oysters, the first
of the season, one day last week, and hereby
tenoer our thanks for the same. Mr. Van-
talk of the erection of i Catholic drfrd will keep a supply throughout the
Rt H v. Bishop Atkinson, of the Episcopal
, will make his annual visitation to St
tZ 'p " u,e I8lh of October' inRt
The stall privileges at the Pair Grounds
have been rented as fullows : Por eating
hous'. Win N T V 1
te w" " oo- rriee. n old Mechanic's Hall,
. Ml . - -
niooth- , I win oe converted into an eating house this
. m. I Tear, and all will 1m ahl nKtin rr.A
nnN'T r, I
l1 ... . .. t I . MIMMmu Ut.. 1 i .1-
SffNi t help iwsiug biu!wjb ai i .., ituvui iotiu( uie gruuuus-
ahow pictures as they
Miit t I hiiri-h
Mr. James Wren, and Mies Maria Rutiedgp.
. nJi Vnve. 1 WUI nave exclusive control of Floral Hall dur
" i inrnnrnnTt Va!r nn1 fivi.;i.;i,... i
L.,K-.r lmvi nilSl If own ax n -iu.n iiiny ieiv I. II
,,,,,. ....- , . . . ... ... , . ... . . .
arwcieu in ims ae pertinent uispiayeu to
the very best advantage. The well known
on Circus Companies .from 20 to 75 dollars
Hit 'em again. tatjUj 0f the and genjjejm above referred
i). Craven preached inthe FirvtJMeth I U is a sufficient guarantee that everything in
odist church, here, on last Sunday night We their department will be an fait, and we hope
hsve heard the sermon very highly spoken of, to ce Floral Hall crowded to overflowing with
but failed to obtain a report of it.
"North America and Africa."
Just issued from this office a little book by
Dr. John F. Foard, of Olin, Iredell co., giv
ing in a very brief manner, some of the histo
rical points of North America and Africa; and
designed to show that the one is peculiarly well
adopted to the white man, and is, therefore, the
white man's country ; while the other is as pe
culiarly well adopted to the physical character
of the negro, and is, therefore, the black man's
country. The author insist that this ordinance
of the Almighty should not only be distinctly
recognized, but that heroic efforts should be
made to conform to it. That the negroes in
the United States should be sent back to their
native land by the government at the Repub
lic's expense. He alsoinsists that slave-holders
shonld be in some measure, at least, indemni
fied for the loss of their property by govern
ment emancipation ; that to despoil a commu
nity of their property by force or violence as
was done to the South, is a crime and such
an one as no government may perpetrate with
impunity while an avenging Ood ever rnles
the sffkirs of men. Altogether, the book is
readable, and somewhat in advance of the times
For sale at the Book Store.
the handiwork of the ladies of North Carolina.
Never been to tiie Circus.
There is sd ually one man in .town wbo
has never Been to a cirens in his life ! Who I
would have thought it!
W "S. C, R. It.
Cannady, Hull ins and Pearson. Brogden's
appoiutees cs Commissioners for the W. N.
C. R. R. met in Morganton on Friday last.
Col. S. McD. Tnte, whs unanimously elect-
WouluVt it be well for the city-fathers to etl Commissioner on the part of the Stock
elect a weigher who lives in town, and who
could be found when wanted, occasionally
To be Finished.
We have it now on lugrRadical authori
ty that the V. N. C R. R. will br finished
just two weeks before Gabriel blows his
horn ! No sort of doubt about it.
We arc clad to see at home again our es
teemed fellow-townsman, Luke lllackmer, Esq.,
vho has just returned from Saratoga. Mr. B.
ix looking very well.
For 187 ia received. This Almanae comes
nearer meeting tho pnblie want than any rub
Imbed. It contains a storo house of informa
tion Address James II. EiinUa, Bookseller,
Uiiloigb, N. a
Court House :
We are glad to learn that the County Com
missioner, will shortly have some necessary
and long-needed repairs made to the Court
House, they're clever fellows, but a little
pinching every now and then, helps them ansa
The improvements to the Royden House, are
now taking definite shape, and show that the
mw front, when completed, will make this one
of the handsomest hotel buildings in the South
The elegant iron cornice at the top has been
out in oowition. and is really beautiful. A I
will lo completed in lime for the Fair.
Meroney's new poo!s have arrived and aro
n w on cxhibit'on His stock is ss u.-ual tasty
And complete, especially in Heady made Cloth
ing of which be ha the largest avd best and
withal the cheapest assortment that has been
Lrongbt to this market for year.-.
, Madam Parque :
The Char. Observer, learns that this self fIj led
"Haytien I,ectures" colored rival of Anna
Dickenson, Ac., Ac, baa been committed to jail
in Morganton for brutally beating her child, po
that its life is despaired of. And she is a
fair specimen of the reformer, whom the Massa
ehusetts yankees, send to enlighten the colored
people of the South.
holders, which completes the Commission
Mnj. Rollins was elected temporary chair
man and Superintendent. About one hau
dred and forty and four thousand (more or
ess) huiigry applicants for office were on
hand, as leading Radical lights had announ
ced that a sweeping change was to be made
but they were all doomed to disappointment.
Not a single change was made. The Com
mission then adjourned .o meet in Salisbury
on the 19th of October.
A Gentleman having been so fortunate as to
cure his son of Consumption in its wool stages
after being given up to die by the moat celebra
ted physicians, desires to make Known tne cure
I wnicn proves successini in every case; to inoae
afflicted with Asthma, Bronchitis Cough, Colds,
The Great Anti-Periodic
The certainty and promptituda with which
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters conquer the most
obstinate cases of malarial diseare, and the
complete protection which they afford the
system against the miasmatic poison which
impregnates the air of low-lying, -marshy lo
calities, stamp them as the foremost of A men-
can anti-neriodics Wherever on thin conti.
I I . . . ilia tr . rr
nent Tever and ague la a regular viaitant-in i-onwimpiion, ana an "nections
th Ktfm iiTw.w. a,H lnd Lungs and will send the Kecipe, free of
" ' charge to all who desire it, if they will forward
ings and mining districta of tho West, and in their address to DANIEL ADEE, S3 Liberty
all localities in the Eastern and Middle States ( St., piew York.
where malaria prevails, the Bitters are rocoe Juv u-mos-
nixed as the only true specific for the disease.
and its most reliable preventive. They m rA!in rnn-ol D.ilm... I m w . l a tt
moreover, a safe and agreeable as well as V-Ciiu ai nailrTdJ JLO JH V-L" H b S BLOUS
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
Wholesale A Retell Drug;
SALISBURY, W. U.
AGEMT8 WANTED for Dr.
MARCH'S NIGHT 8CEiK8 IN THE hi-
BCF, andisSfMssft NEW B0Myatsa
Preaa. Addreas J. a McCCBJDY A CO.
Philadelphia Pa. 4w.
61,200 PROFIT ON tlOO
W Ik a A .IS u
aavsHsa la Stock I'rivi leges in Wall W.
Books and Circnlars telling, How 'tis dome,"
aent free. Address Raits A Co Psaasj
17 Wall S New Yora. 4m.
MP8 YCHOM A NCY, r HOU L CH A RM t NO
How either act may fsadaat d f ia the lore
and t Section of any person they choose
Instantly. Thi simple, mental acqnirrraent
all caa poansa, free, by rnai I, for twentv-iva
cenit, together witn a marriagr ruiut , y
Oracle, lrcam. Hints to ledie, W
igbt hhint, Ac. A queer book. A
We give-below a list of Marslialls for our
coming Fair :
W. H, Crawford.
R. E. Miller. Mocklenburtr.
S. Greir, Cabarrus.
J. McC Henderson, do
J. A. Lillington,
J. G. Bynuui,
Salisbury. N. C.
Oct. 5th, 1875.
A call meeting of the Board of Town Com
mission. T8 was held to-day :
Present J. J. Stewart, Mayor, and of the
Hoard Commissioners;- Parker, Merouey,
McMeely. hmder. and Kennedy. -
On motion. Resolved, That so mnch o
ordiuauoe XVII as relates to Circus Compa
nies, be and is hereby amended as follows,
strike out the word twenty and insert in
lieu thereof the rd seventy-five, to reail
as follows: That all Circus riders or Enues
trian performers. Exhibitors of Artiticia
Curiosities of any sort or kiud except models
of useful inventions, for a reward, and Ex
hibitors of natural curiosities, shall pay the
sum of seventy-five dollars Town tax, for
each and every person or company, who
may so play or perform or exhibit within the
limits of said town, or within one mile of
the limits of said town.
The amendment was adopted.
Salisbury, N. C. Oct. 2nd 1875
The following list of prices "have been estab
lished by the Board of lown Commissioner
for weighing on the pnblie Scales:
Cotton per bale 15 cts.
Hay & Fodder per bale 10 "
Drove Hordes 15 cts per bend.
" Cattle 10 " " "
u Hogs 5 u " "
" Sheep 5 M u "
One hprse wagon loaded 20 cts.
Three " M " 35
Four " " " 40
No additional expense for re-weighing emp
P. B. KENNEDY,
Oet7-lrao. C. B. C
certain remedy, and on this account are im
measurably superior to the preparations of
quinine, arsenic, bUmutb, and othc-r mineral
poisons mistakenly administered as curatives
for maladies caused by miasma, and which if
persis ted in work irreparable injury to the con-
Unfortunatelv. fover and acne, and" th orhr
febrlie complaints generated by miasma, are
not the only evils which result from it. A
great vanety of disorders are superinduced by
the iritat ion which it causes. Amtng these
are neuralgia, rheumatism , goat periodical
headache, palpitation, paiuful affections of the
spicen, and various derangement- o ' the stom-
,!, Hfl . t I I - .
:itja irareaoie 10 uiuittna, tne above
Office G exeu.vl Scnai rmrDEST.
Wilm'mgton, N. a April 14, I -75
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday. Aonl lth. 1W5. the
trains win run over this lUilway as follows .
affections are apt to assume like the disease Leave Wilmington at 7-15 A M
which originated them, an Intermittent tove: I Arrive at Charlotte at 7. 15 P. it
that is to say. they recur at reenlar intervab- Ieave Charlotte at 7.UOA. M
Hostetter's Bittern, however. obviatei them Arrive iu Wilmington at 7.00 P. M
all. by banishing the miaematio virus Iroin the! .
sysiem . XAXiXunxXAAXSig
Leave Wilmington at 6.00 P If
Arrive at Charlotte at .6.00 P M
Leave Chtirlotteat 6.0' A M
G KEEN'S AUGUST FLOWEIT
keepers. TTbiuig Folks.
Old Polks, Smokers, Pain
ters, Farmers Grangers,
j x ij a
ana Averyooav eise.
Whenever yon need anything in the way o4
If you want the best articles for
least money, go to
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
psia and Liver Complaint or any derange-)
I . 1 1 it I ... tl.A .-J n . , ..
mcuk me uiiesuve oigHiis, ancu as auur
Stomach, Sick HHadache, Habitual Coetive
ness. palpitation f the Heart, Heart hnrn.
Water-brash gnawing and burning paii.s at
the pit of the Sumach, Yellow Skin. Coated
Tongue, and disagreeable taste iu the mouth.
- Jk. . . -
coming up oi roou alter eating, low spirits.
T. WILLIAM A Cb, Pnba, Phils. 4w.
House & Lot for Sale !
The Hones and Lot on the corner a Mala
and Dank St, reonllv ocrtipi-d by Mrs. Aa
n, U offered Cor sale, tbie is asaoaf tbe
a valuable property in Oafiahasy, aad b
venientlv Mtusted in the bnaJnii rart f
the tova. Pmns deairina furtlier
lion can obtain it by calling oa or
ting with either of taM
Price Re awonablr.
Leave Charlotte at 8.00 A M
Arrive at Buffalo at I M
Leave Buffalo at w. . 12.30 P M
Arrive in Charlotte at 4.30 P M
No Trains on Sunday eccapt ono freight train
&rc;, to put off from day to day baying sn that leaves Wilmington at O r. iustead uf
article that they know has cured their ueieh-1 on Saturday nieht.
10.000 papers warranted fresh and genaine
just received from I.vidrt t h, Huist, Ferry,
Briggs, and Johnson. & Robbins, At
6 Cents a Paper. Liberal discount
to country merchants at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
Alan I ln nniUnirnj.1 .fT. r f.. mm I TOO
or land If tag oo the . C. B. R. two sail
Eaat from SalUbary. This lead will be aeUba
Also 103 acre- eight miles Was Croat Salb
burr on the Reatira lord road. Tula is a sail I
all well timbered mod. Fartbat iaJbrataiiua
given on application.
Tei ms reaannable.
SalWairy, X. a
loiiv tw iiiitv-r i
for 1. John L. Il
FORTUKE IN IT. rerv raaallr
fit. Soldby A genu. Addrvaa, U.S. WAL
KKK, Erie Pa. 4
on Saturday night.
bor, friend, or relative, yet they have no
faith until it is too late. But if you will eo
m r mi - . . .
t your urnggist. 1 ne. r. Klnttz, and iretl Connor-tn at WilmimHnn with TTilmin-tnn A-
a lMttle of Green's August Flower yonr Weldon, ami Wilmington, Columbia A Aujruur
immediate cure is certain as you live, f-am-1 Railroads, Senu-weekly New York ami Tn
pie Bottles of this medicine can be obtain
for 10 cents to try its superior virtue.
Regular size 75 cents. Try it, two doses
will relieve any case.
At the house of her brother Thus. A. Pat
terson of Iredell conuty N. C September
27th, 1875. Miss Ami Patterson, aged 79
years and 1 1 days.
The above was the last, but one of ten
children born and raised in what is now
Back Creek neighborhood or congregation
a. . JT I V M
on a plantation uouirlit aboutthe ve-r Snrn- fieamcmt
teen huudied and hfty by iheir grand father.
who came to tluscouutry from Ireland some
weekly Haiti more and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the River Boats to Fayetterillc.
Connects at Charlotte with in Wutteru Di
vision, North Carolina Railroad. Charlotte A
Statesvile Railroad. Charlotte A Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia A Angusta Kail
Toad. Thus supplvins tho whole Went, Northwo t
and South wefct with a short and cheap line to
the Seaboard and Europe.
8. L. EKBMONT,
Chiof Engineer and Superintendent.
May 6, 1875. tf.
25 bbls, Rosa, Goodrich & Pkkr-
JUST RCCETVBD AT
KLUTTZ-8 DRUG 8TORE.
Air Line Railway
A Superb Walking Cane.
The friemls of the Hon. Win. A. Smith,
Receiter, on the Western N. C. R R.,- are
going to cane him. and for this u p se sent
Dear Doctor. I tune previoas to that date. Thisgestnte hsa
Th.nor.mnl, vo,. nd m from tha Vortl. Wn f that family up to aboat
.. I two years sgo. It has sinee been sold for
v,aroui.a paper i, o. course, a norougn mis- partition among tho lirs at law, and Robt.
representation omaiKwho know-me ,er- KnoXi 5en became the purchaser.
ruomij i-iii weaieve 11. j never auumReti r rw i mL , e ,t i r i ,
id.ntGrant a personal compliment in public . Te grand father almve referred to lived
nrinnrivnta inmv lifh. I navor m.d f.v v" '"r "friy one nun, lied. 1 USVO
perattntl remarks to any public man on Ban- Mf11 and nine of the grand ehil-
day Wliile conducting church service. One) '"a uveu to tne age of from i) to oil. The
sec day the President of the United Slates oue now suryiviug is near 70 and gets about
came to tne XSation.il euntav school assembly, '" hihh some oi our young men.
Q in h-m A JaV Tlonxn lln T tahaa- A
nvuiuvtiu w 4ram faUWi AAVlialVUU VJC
Danrille S. W., N. C. Dmaion, and
North Western N. C. R. W.
Ia iffaet sa and afUr Sunday, fspt. 16th
CLOVES AND ORA88 SEEDS.
A large stock, warranted Extra cicaned,
Fresh & Genuine, at low pi ices at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
W ATE 18'
J; . timer J , (, titntM
Sa w at a r
all the way to Raleigh, t Mr. a silver under the charge of a christian miuitcr born All o( the family were noted for their piety.
Smith of that place, to make up the iustru- n Alabama, and who hud been the President's I industry, eeonoiny, aud neighborly kiud
ment for that purpose; and he h:ta filled the r : T S , " ST!S , neM
t i reception. 1 was urged to do so until refnsal aaaa
order to perfection, having got up the most would have been indecent and not to be ex-
magnificent walking cane we ever saw. It I plained. In that address tlc absence of all
Z 5 mmJ I t 1 .... .
is ebony, with gold inonn tings, bearing tl,e c ,mp.m,e. i was consp.cuous ana remnrKeu. a v.orrecled by WUubbiD3, lleall. and JtflNn
following inscriptions : "Presented to Hon.
told him that there were those on both sides iu
the latewnr who had died m the futh and out I
the of whose souls all animosity had
passed, hut CORN new 75 to 80.
!I?-1J . i 1 .
This is a spontaneous " T "V1 T , y M1wf,CQme (J( )TTf)N - 1 1 to 13
1 him tn honvrn li mil. ri-nir i,i ,.r thai nmio
i w-mw ' v i i i i v vai-w lviitvtii- vi ioih ii-oo, I 1 I I 1 I I
Win. A.Smith, by the working men of
VV. N. N. O. R. R."
offeiing from men who have come in frequent midd ,.niPr there whose 'k.Iips uorr not wI,pH LOU k S2.7j to 3
and close associa'ion with Mr. Smith, for a in the blood of the Lamb. I M r.A L So to 90
long time, and will doubtless be very highly . ThAe "'ta,;f pcech ss quote, by BACON -county) 12.V to 14 - hoe roun
appreciated bv him. Si! AGfu! POTATOES -Irish 90a Swee.75 to $
a a m T aswnia . s.ss ouwiui vi ih,ii j a a ivs aaJ j
Maryland," and praised as "fearless" and
Farmers Plow : We heard Mr. John L
Hedrick, one of the oldest and best farmers in
Rowan, say a few days ago that he plowed a
parte a field with Meroncy's Farmer's Plow,
sod part side by side with old fashioned
shovel plow, and that the corn plowed with
Meroney's plow, is now ten inches higher than
the other. Moral : buy Meroney's Plow.
JAng. 6. S mo.
Eyery Word of It:
We vouch for the truth of every word of
Walton A Roes' advertisement, which appears
this week. They arc right straight up and
down business men, and will do just what they
aay. Mr. Ross, who is one of our most enter
prising and reliable merchants, has just returned
from the great markets, where be purchased a
fine stock for the (all trade, which buyers would
do well to examine.
'"Fair Week Daily."
The marked acceptability of the "Fair Week
Daily," of 1874, has made a demand for it this
J ear, ami it will accordingly make itsnppearance
os the morning of the 19th iustant. It will be
pecialiy devoted to the occasion, and present
very item of current interest to the pliblic.
It will be freely distributed and carried away
fr and near, and will therefore be a first rate
advertiftinK medium. A limited amount of
space will be given to this purpose.
Lebanon (Methodist) Church, in Franklin
township was dedicated on Sunday last, Rev
Dr. Craven of Trinity College officiating. An
immense congregation was present, and all the
exercises very solemn and interesting. Dr
Craven preached two of his very best sermons,
nd fully met the high expectations of al
present. Lebanon is a handsome new church,
Pointed withia and without, and handsomely
fitted sad furnished: It was built mainly
trough the penoaal exertions and liberality of
" worthy Wlowwjitixen, Dr. M. L. Chunn
Am-iementf for Fair Week.
The Salisbury Silver Cornet Band and
Dramatic Club have united themselves.
we understand, and are now preparing
music and plays for the amusement of visi
ton and citizens during fair week. They
nave made some valuable additions to the
ge. comprising the best talent in the city
hk forward for aqnietbing rare and
'""J We have notTorgotUjii "Jumbo Jum
ua the good stvle iu whieh it wan rendered
Ourehib can giva as g.od, if pot a better
VrtaiBineot than the troupe that occupied
' hut fair, so we can safely promise
ran boose for them.
Marriage Licenses issued during September
Jno. S. Brown to Sarah C. Miller
Chas. Pame Be tie Baadnger.
QdumbtM K. Wyatt Amanda R. McCombs.
Wm. F. Simpson Martha Beaver.
Benj. C. Yost Catherine Yost.
Wm. T. Lanoing Caroline Smith. 1
Jerry C. Johnson to Mary Locke.
Wm. Chnnn Estelle Mosely
Stokes Turner Matilda Neely.
George Flemming Rachael Locke.
Tbos. B. Henderson Lucy Davis.
John Odom Scylla Holmes,
Saml Rice Meloria Ervin.
Thirteen couples ia all, and the blacks one
ahead. This is a startling state of affiairs, and
should put the patriot who ponders upon the
probabilities of the future, to studying.
It is mortifying that any man in North Car
olina should be capable of such an attack upon
one of his fellow citizens, who has devoted the
most of his life to the interests of the State ;
nevertheless 1 am still proud of being called a
I do no reply to such newspaper attacks,
but you can do what you please with this letter.
CHARLEY J. DEEMS.
The following persons have been drawn
as jurors for the first week of the next term
of Rowan Superior Court.
Jacob Casper, Henry Brown, J. A. Smith,
Peter M. Walton. Jas. Smith, Davil Hoff
man, Wm. C. Kluttx. Jos. W. Kesler, H.
C Gillean, Alfred W. Kluttz, Jno. W. Smith
A. L. Hall, Sam. L. Canap, Jno. S. Safrit.
Michael Kluttz. Jas. R. Crawford, John F.
Heilig, Juo. L. Cauble, Alex. Holthouser, J
II. W. Miller, David Earnhart, E. A. Propst,
Thos. Earnhart, P. A. Hartman, Wm. II.
Trexler, Sam. R. Starnee, G o. M. Beaver.
Jno. W. Johnston, Jno. B. Foard, Win. A.
Poston, Jno. Sloop, M. S. Fraley, Geo. M.
Fisher, Mimroe Troutinan, Peter Weaver.
J. A. Coleman.
FOR 8ECOND WEEK.
N. F. Fall, Jas. F. Brown, Win. B.
Kluttx. A. M. Glorer. Henry Cauble, J, W.
Soasaman, W. M. Kineaid, Abram Morgan,
D. T. Wright, Jno. M. Martin, John L.
Morrison, David Pool, John Allen Brown,
C. H. MeKenxie, Chas. Lyerly, D. T. Wat-
son. Abher Lyerly, coi. Jno. W. Frick.
EGGS 10 to 12.V
CHICKENS 1.75 to 2 per doz.
FKATHERP -new, 50.
RYE a 90 to SI
BEKSEWAX-28 to 30.
WHEAT $1. to 1,25
UA I P S 40 to 45.
BUTTER 20 to 25.
DRIED FRUIT 5 to 8
Blckberrics,a 8 to 9.
1500 Oak or Cedar Poles.
I want to make contract with some one to
deliver 1500 oak or cellar poles 10 feet long and
from o to 8 inches in diameter.
J. J. STEWART.
Hits. Josephine L Neave
has permanently located iu
S"i-i 1 i c 1 , 1 1 v n .nil .Kj.Sta nnuila
Pen iu my hand, to Write you Afew lines to for th(,roah iBMraeUon'in Piano-forte, aud
m . -WT . 1 . 1 m m I " .1
let xou know mat l nave not toruouen you the (jerinan language, and after an experi-
Yet and nevei Will as lonir as i live tho i enee of over 22 vears as a teacher in first
have Bin Very much trubel in mine i have c)? Colleges, aud in large cities in eompe
, , wwr i .u we tition with the best music teachers, she feeU
neau oy u.e oru oi mouvu u.M ...j Cl,-nfid4,nt th,t she can give her patmns entire
Clisaueain wasueao i nave y ruie nun i uuv- i satisfaction.
er have head from Yon all an iny mine is
dot satisfied But if Elisabeath is Dead i dont
no What i shele Do i am a Cuming oat to
eee You all as soon as i can the peaple here
in this county tin u k so much off me that it
is hard for me to Get of from them i am now
iu the city of Austin to the constitutional
convention a member to the house But i
think that i will Get home a christmns and
if i do Get home before ehristraus You may
look for me i am A Geting $5.00 a day i am
a geting 5 dollars a day When you Write'
write to Austin traney t;unty texas.
Burrill B. Davis.
STATIONS. Man.. Express.
Leave Chariotte .... A. 15 r n 6.46 au
" Air-Line J'nct'n 9.33 6.90 "
" Salisbury 11.68 " s.at
" (ireensboro 316 a M jo.sr,
" Danville 6 08 1. 13 r m
" Dundee 618 1 90
41 Burkeville 1136 6.07 r
Arrive at Uichmond. 9.39 r a 8 48 "
STATION. Mail. Ex r kin.
Leave Pichrrnd '.38 r a 6.08 a. u.
" Bnrkevi le-. 4.69 M 8 36 M
" Dundee 10.33 " 1 14 p u
" Daoville 10.30 M 1.17
" Greenxboro 3.00 a a 3. 68 "
" Salisbury.- .... 6.39 " 6.16
" Air Line J'n.-l'n 8.06 M 8.96
Arrive at Charlotte... 8.99 am 8.43 "
To Country Merchants
1 have the Urges t stock of Drugs,
Dyes, Grocers Drags dec., in Western
Carolina, and am now prepared to sell at
Baltimore Prices, thus saving
you the freight. Special attention to bot
tling Efsences, Lsudannai, Paregoric,
Opodeldoc, Caster dz 8weet Oil &c. Write
for prices, to
TUEO. F. KLUTTZ DBUOOISTJ
Salisisurt, N. C.
flavoring Extract?, Essence, Bpieee,
Gelatine, MusUrds, Soda, Dye-Stuff-,
Toilet and Laundry Soaps, Lye, Matches,
Lamps, Kerosene Oil, Chimneys &c, al
ways on hand of best quality at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
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For Irani Laiie an Gentlemen.
Fine PerfumerKS, Elegant Soaps, Cosmo-
tics, bonp, acbons, l oiict sets, vases.
Hair, and Teeth Brushes, Pocket Books
dec, in endless variety at
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
baa established itself as a perfect rvpralsteraad
t-ura rrmen) Ir Uivtruara oi tne ji
from in"iniMT action of the Liver a
ITI8.NOT A PII V SIC. but, by stisaak
tue Kocgtie orirans, gently and aradnally
removes U iaBpuritiea. and refralatcs tbe mm
ytprn. 4 I
It u vot'a i-CTOBia bitters, bat is a
wLicb assists diswtion. stid Ibns stimulate the
appetite for Unl neceaMry to invigorate Lbe
weakened or inactive orgam , and gives atraagth
to all the ital fr -.
It oa ssi ia its uwi woaicirnATior, aa
the large and rcpitlly inert air.g ml testify.
Yru-f One Dollar a ixmio. A-k yoar drnggua
JonsBTos Uollowat tl Co. Phila. Pat
A North Carolina Constitution Make
The following bona-fhle letter has been
handed us, which we publish, as a celebra
ted statesman onQg said, verbatim tt cetera
Austiu traney County
August the 13 1875
Deer Miss Elisabeath i have taken my
" Co SUopa
Arr at Coldkoro'...
3 .00 A M
4 30 '
W: Ciiars 1 yon Say ?
i ntw m9m mf
Oh yea, we have them at all prices
from 2 cents to 25 cents, and can sell
them by the box at jobbers prices, oar
celebrated 5 cent PECULIAR
CIGAR is acknowledged the best in the
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8TORE.
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL THOAT DISKA8E8,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
TUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold bv Druggist generally, aad
I I I.LLK A KULLEB, Chieage, HL
z Arr. 1.46 a a
ll.ie a aljL'vaSOOr a
PURE WINES & LIQUORS for
medical aud church porpoees always on
KLCTTZ'8 DRUG 8TORE.
NORTH WESTERN N.
( Sai.km Bbavch.)
Arrive at Salem....
Arrive at Ureeosboro
4. SO r
.... 8.40 a
.... 10.33 -
Astral Oil 50 cents por
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE.
Passage of as important Ordi-
nance. The Convention yesterday
passed an important ordinance refering
to the calling of Conventions hereafter
and the adoption of smendments by the
Legislature. It provides that hereafter
no Convention shall be called withont
Sept. 30. tf'
QoTTON, CORN, OA T
Flour, Hay, &c , Bought by
WALTON & ROSS,
and full Charlotte Prices
Paid in Cash.
We are glad to any to our friends that we
are now daily receiving an unusually large
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
WHICH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT AT LOW
PRICES, AND SHALL BE
BOLD FOR SHORT
Pawncer train leaving Kaleica at 8.10 r a
connect at Greensboro' with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price ol Ticket aaiae aa via other rentes.
Trains to anil from points Kast of Ureeasboro
connect at Greenaboro with Mail TraJas to or
from pointe North or 800th.
T-o Trains daily, both wars
On Sundays Lynchburg Accommodation leave
Richmond at 900 A a , arrive at Barkeville 19 4S
r a, leave Baikeville 4 46 am, arrive at Rich
mond t 68 a a
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richmond, 282 Miles.
I'.ifK-M that have arrangement to advertise the
schedule of this company will please print as
For further information address
8 K. ALLEN,
Gen'l Ticket Agent.
Greensboro. N C
j T if R TALCOTT,
Engineer A Gsn' I Superintendent
Four Klutts's. three Smiths, rn- 6
hartVtwo Lyerly's, three Brown's, two! , . na that Baffeine 16cts. Ties
m ssniaawa w w -w hw-w 1 7 a -
SEE OUR PRICES.
amendments to the Constitution by legis A good Woman shoe
lative enactment shall receive a three I a a nt fVm-
m a -. - I 1 A a ciivu a w v a va
in tne omce oi uho oi mc uukhhhw fitttie rote 01 one session or me uenerai 4rkia :t ftr -i0thea for
ft u geutleman snapped his finger to a Assembly and then be ratified by a ma- f
boot, black, aud aa he pat hit foot dir the jorjty 0f tbe voters of the State. Hereto- A fc004 c01 for
how. haaaid : fore legislative amendments have featured A fine suit of elothes for
... .. I n I
. good hat for 75 cts.
a WSS mT
he rose op. a brash iu either hand. "I've by Feople.-IVeir. ftferywiif mm a i i or re s
bad thtt game played on me a doaen im pondinly Low Prices.
times, and I no J want to Raw. P. A. StrobeL of Mount Pleasant. WE WANT TO BUY 5.OD0 BALES OF COTTOK.
tins IS a casn snin, ur wueww 6" " 7 l . j .u TWm't Pail to. Call and boa TTa
isnl to pat me on tho bead when, I get Cabarrus county, has accepted the pas- I Fail taCalljtnd we Ul.
tltroogh, and tell me that 11! be governor torttte o tne Lutneran enorcn at uans
Jm?.. ' j it, vine. Livinimton conntv. New York. oct. 7-tt.
Blacto anil Henderson,
SALISBURY. N. C
January 22 1874 tt.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and r ther various blanks for salebcrs
300 CRAIGE k CRAIOE.
vi ruKitivi LAW.
Solicitors in Banttrnplro.
P I L
Mm oar MNnaa has aU sssas m6mH
WALTON & R0S3.
of Michigan rone day!'
ville, Livingston county, New York,
Special attention paid to proceed
ing in Bakrnptcay,
iept. 6, 1873
Only 25 cents a box 1 Warrrantcd or
money refunded. After years of experi
menting, I havo at last found the Great
Remedy for Chills, Fever &. Ague, &c.,
and can confidently recommend ii to my
friends and the public. Try It.
T ElL S. ,
Finest Teas in the mark
et. Put up in air tight,
lib cans, 25 per cent less
than usual Prices at
KLUTTS DRUG STORE.
In short whenever yoti want Prescript,
tions carefully prepared, or need anything
usually kept in a First class Drwg Store,
and want to be certain of getting just
what yon call for, and of being politely
and, promptly served. Be sue to cell ou
er scud to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Dsttcoist
Sa tisBiuv, N. C.
Jan. 28, )875 if
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