North Carolina Newspapers

    Carolina Watchman.
OCTOBER, 28.
Persons who have promised us
wood, wheat or corn or other articles for
does', are respectfully informed that we
are ready to receive them.
The State Lecturer, J, B. Smith,
and Genl. D. H. Hill, will deliver addres
es at Oak Forest, Rowan co. N. C, on
Monday next, li Nov. 1875. The
Grangers of tb county especially and
the public also arc invited to attend.
The races come off at Charlotte
on the 17tl), 18tb and 1 Or h of November
next. The'lrack at Charlotte is fine,
and from all we can learn the arrange,
mcnts for a grand entertainment are ex
tensive. Quite a large number f fast
horses have already been entered.
NOTICEABLE THINGS.
We transfer to onr columns from the
niFair Week Daily" the list of premiums
as awarded to the contestants by the
managers of our Fair. . We have not read
it, and do not know who got premiums
and who did not. Bat we noticed in our
perambulations of the grounds some things
that wc think intitled to honorable men
tion at h-an :
The -finest horse we sav belonged to
P. W. Ha!rto, Eeq , the finest cow, to
Capt.-J. Beard, the fi:iest brood hbow, to
&Ir.traer,er Miller, the finpst six months
old pigs to Mr. O. W. Atwell, the fiuest
boar to Mr. Wm.-Howard, the best lot of
pumpkins, to Mr. J. W, Hackett, the
finest bale of cotton Mr. S. R. Harrison
There were nituy other things we intend
ed to notice but they have escaped our
memory.
e State Fair. An Unfortunate Marker Shot
In eonsequeuw of - lomi remarks we Dead at afilfle MatcH.
made last week about Western farmers San Francisoo Call. J
betng Ignored by the managers of A. U.J Those who have observed the reckless
State Fair at Raleigh, the local Editor of ne88 with wbich numerout firing parties
the Sentinel suggests that the Editor of have conducted their rifle matches have,
the Democrat be made a Vice-President for some time past, dreaded the occurrence
of the State Society and also Chairman 0f an accident. In many instances the
of several Committees. In reply, we can eevere rules established by competent
say that for the past 18 years we have authorities for the protection of markers
urged our people to attend the State Fair t,ave been entirelv ignored, and yesterday
but refused to serve the Society in any the failure to observe the simplest of these
official capacity in any way, always org- ruje8 resulted in the sad killing of a res
ing the appointment of practical farmers pected citizen named William Lee.
on Committees or aa Officers. Hr waa shot through the breast, it
By the by, the recent election of Officers appears, as he was in the act of emerging
of the -State Agricultural Society shows from his trench. He had no red danger
that the Western counties have been fag to wave before leaving his shelter
ignored, as usual, in the selection of Of thereby warning the firing party of bis
ficers. We again say, that is bad policy, approach so that they could cease firing,
and will not tend much towards prumot- The result was that the man who was in
ing exhibitions at Italetgh and interesting the aet of aiming at the fatal moment had
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the people ot ail portions of the State in no intimation of the appearauee of the
the State t air. w e bave always been a unfortunate marker, and did not even
friend -of the annual Agricultural ezbibi- I know that his bullet was a messenger of
lions at Raleigh, and no improper motive death until it had speeded on its fatal
can be truthfully attributed to us in re- course. So sudden was the shocking
gard to anything we say about the man- casualty that the companions of the dead
ageraent of the State Society. marker were not aware of what had hap-
Col. Tbos. M. Holt, the President pened until they saw the diseased lying
of the North Carolina Agricultural Socie- on "e grouno.
I v wan rrfan tori witVi a liuurlhinma rnlrt . I
headed cane in Raleigh last week, by The Money Issue Saved Allen
citizens of the Slate, in token of his efforts 1 from Overwhelming Deteat.
to promote the interests of the State Agri- Richmond Dispatch. J
cmtnrai society. rtott, oy uts n,s- wba Bnppoge tbat the Ohio
interested efforts and hard wo. kx deserves 1 leclion wftg re8ampUon
a w.-u.,, question is greatly hi error. Hayes'i
It is a matter of but little consequence majority in the State is less than his ma
whether there are any officers selected ioritv in CuvaTioga county. So that that
rom this nart of the State or not now. county controlled the State. Terhaps
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since the people of the West hereafter our,mea Vi ",e aci ol ",c ca3C" . , ,
"One Must Die.
THE USURY LAW, AND THE
BANK SWINDLE.
viflnn rot w tin- pvtrnpis WP nilhlished
will send their articles and pay their visits ,a . f' 0hio naDer8may be
to the Salisbury fair. m0st clearly stated in the general propo
sition that if the Republicans had had the
Democratic platform on the currency
question, and the Democrats the Repub
WESTERN N. 0. RAILROAD.
The Supreme Conrt of the United
States hos decided that the various Na
uonai u.uiKs itirougtiout ine country are
subject only to the penalty prescribed by
the National Bmk Act, and are not sub
ject to those imposed by State laws.
Our present State UBnry law imposes
penalties on all banks and individuals
alike that may bo caught violating the
law. But if National Bauks, so-called
can not be interfered with or punished by
O . . . I . . . .
oiaie law mr extortion ajiu excessive
osurv, the people should see to it, thai
the National law he enforced rigidly.
The R tleigh Neics iu refering to this
matter savs :
The decision of the U. S. Supreme
Court, which is not an unexpected inter
pre tat ion of the law, will have the effect
of giving to National Batiks in this State
a monopoly of the business of mehey
lending. The provisions of our usnry law, with
its tremendous penalties, are not applica
ble to loans , made by them. The mild
penally iutlicted by the National Bank
Aet has never had the effect of restricting
them to the rate of interest prescribed by
the varicu State Legislatures, and so the
Buiks will have a monopoly. Individu
als will prefer to place their money in the
Batiks, as a safer investment than loans
to others, and the Banks will loan it out
to needy borrowers at such rates as they
mav choose to ask. This is the evil that
should have been guarded against by the
ftrmers of the law and that will need cor
rection at the hands of the Legislature of
187G-"7.
Strange position the Neics takes. Wc
cat understand why "individuals will
prefer to place th ir money in the 13 inks.
(National, so-called, of course) as a safci
Investment than loans to others." If
they do, it is simply because they do not
understand how rotten and unreliable
these so called National Binke are. Why
there is no security for money deposited
1n them. The managers may squander
appropriate or steal it, and what relief,
what redress has the dopositor ? Absolute
ly none. Under the present oppressive
and swindling system of to called Nation
al Banks almost anybody can become the
manager of one. It don't require much
money. The fair seeming man of the
Wfcrld who h.s swindled every body and
gained popularity and a name lor honest
ty by doing it, if he can raise or boirow
ten thousand dollars and belongs to the
ring, he can get enough money on depos
it to secure a license aud a charter to
run a shaving machine, miscalled a Bank.
The larger number of Banks, under the
present system, now doing business, 1s
run eu money deposits, there being but
little money invested by, and no respou-
siuiniy auacueu to itiose managing or
runnmg the Bauk. If newspapers would
devote more time to exposing the rotten
ness of the National Banking System, and
Jess in bolstering up the vile schemes of
the money rings, there would be less bank
failures aud less money lost by depositors
The rings, the stock-jobbers aud brokers
are those who are most clam morons for
repeal of the usury law They are the
parlies who ere making their jacks out
of the labor ot the couotrv. They are
totally irresponsible, and yet the govern
meat is backing thum up. While the
real moneyed men of the land are reaping
but six or eight per cent, oti thier capita!
these fellows are nsiug ft and exacting
lr' n 'uoedy borrowers" usurious. r tes.
lloic anon.
At a meeting of the Commissioners or lican platform on that question, Hayes's
Directors of the Western N. C. Road was majority would have been forty thousand.
beld at balisbary on the lSih ipst. I he The currency question, in other words
Directors of the Road us now constituted saved Allen from overwhelming defeat,
are VV. S. Pearson and S. McD. Tate of Nothing else nrevented the fight from
Burke, w. . ltollins ot Dnucombe, and being sokly upon the Geghan law, and
W. P. Cauudy of New Hanover. By the public schools, and tbePope, and all
authority of the Act of the Legislature sorts of questions of similar import. Upon
the above named gentlemen have charge these issues Allen would have been buried
of the Road from Salisbury to Asheville, beneath an overwhelming majority. But
and the completion of the same. , wisely he kept the currency question
At the meeting last week Mr. Thos. H. above al) others, and so saved himself
Allen, of this city, was elected Chief En from a disgraceful defeat. Substantially
gieneer of ihelload. the victory is with him on that question.
Lapt. H . Al. Wooten the well-known He was btaten on other issues.
Conductor and Express man on the Caro-
It has been more than 'ft month since
Donaldson accompanied by the reporter
of a daily Chicago journal entered upon
bis balloon voyage to trie grave; and yet
the terrible tradegy has bat lately been
revealed in all its horrors to tbe public.
Prof. Donaldson has been prominently
before the people as one of the most dar
ing and accomplished balloon voyagers in
the world. Onr readers will remember
bis proposed jonrney to Europe in the big
9 t a a
tjrapnic oauoon last year.
Oue day last summer the rrof. started
for a voysge across lake Michigan.. A
poor devil of a newspaper reporter started
ith him. Soon after tbe balloon ascend
ed a great storm arose; and two days af
terwards Donaldson was found in a dying
condition, horribly mangled near tbe lake
in the woods, and this is substantially tbe
story be told before bis death. "Atter
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we got up about two miies iue siorm
r . a -" 1 .. . SV ?
came ou. 1 be balloon was a poor anair
and although I threw ont alt the ballast.
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1 soon saw there was too much load in
her and that she would soon go down in to
tbe lake unless something was done. I
looked at the Reporter. He was looking
a: me and 1 knew he and 1 were thinking
about tbe same thing. One must die that
the other might live. The poor devil
was as white as a sheet and so full of fear
that be crouched down iu the basket like
a cur. Although I pitied him yet I dc-
snised him for being a coward. To seize
him and throw him out was '.he work ot
an tuatant, but I can see his horror stuck
en face uow as he wont down to the lake."
What moments of awful suspense aud
terror those were to the poor Reporter as
he saw the eyes of Donaldson fall upon
him with tbe glare ot a wild beast. 10
him seconds appeared centuries. All the
days of his life and the acts thereof came
erowdiug upon his bruin like and avalanche.
Donaldson cool aud interned surveying
him with mingled pity and contempt. A
spring, a moments struggle and tbe cow
trd is hurled into (teruity while yet a
little longer and his destroyer goes to
meet him. History records no tragedy
more complete; and it is one of wbich tbe
more we think the les able are we to
fully comprehend its magnifiiceuce and its
horror. AlbamarU 1 imes.
McCDBBISS, BEALL &
WW STOCK or MU AMD
WINTER GOODS HAVE COME
k:0:h
TS,
MEDICAL COLLEGE ftf VlEGl
R if ii n o d.
a
Wilmington, via Charlotte and States-
ville, to Asheville.
ina Central) was granted petmission to A Bigamist Flees and is Struck
operate his Impress business on the W est- Do WH in His Shelter by Light-
era iioau io Anevin inus nia&ing mnfiT
I A t . k d-nfan AAcraa rr iwlanf stt t 1 1 1
v 1 1 jjuuil t r is vs s couviiuiu ; -
Portsmouth Enterprise communicates the
following :
Wc see it stated that Mr. A. B. About tbe last of Jul v the Sneriff of
Andrews, formerly Superintendent of the 0ur county arrested one Anderson Bond
Raleigh & Gaston Road, has been appoia- (coloied) indicted fo bigamy, the sheriff
ted Superintendent of therNorth Carolina willing to gire him an opportunity to gire
txaLUtoaa.nariOlte-lJemocraf. bond for hi annearAnce at court. Dlmced
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him iu the hands of a depnty, from which
THE LOT ORDINANCE otbeer the prisoner escaped.
Nothing more was heard of him until
R a Leigh, N. C, Oct. 12, 1875. this morning, when being one of a jury of
It may seem early for a delegate to inquest I learned the following facta :
propose an amendment to the Constitu- The negro on making his escape went
tion the day alter the adjournment of a home, aud told his wife to prepare his
Constitutional Convention, The follow, clothes as he was going away, and would
ng Ordinance was voted down repeated- call for them that night or early next mor
v hy the Convention, while three-fourths ning. He never called. A heavy rain
of the membera, of both parties continual- and thunder storm came up that evening.
ly declared they would not pay the debt : and he took shelter in a hollow tree, which
Valuable Tom Lots For Sale
The undersigned offers for Sale the most
desirable uuhuproved huildiug lots iu the
city.
C dlanJ examine plots.
KERR CRAIGE.
Oct. 28 1S75. tf.
Having just returned from New York and
Philadelphia, we would rcupeclfu My an nou ri
ce to the public thai w are prepared to offer
thetn one of tbe largest and cheapest stocks of
(roods ever brought to this market, confuting of
DRY GOOD
JiOTIOX
BOO
SffOFS
HATS,
CAPS,
GROCERIES Ac
We call eepecial attention to our large stock
of tbe latest and amf fabionbleMTle of cLMk-
tay, Ledieft, MmcU.and turt in emllmtearietttv,
and a full aanortment of other Uooda at -ton-whinglj
low prices, (10,300) bale CfJea, wanted.
Call and see us at No. 1 Murphy's
Granite Row.
McCUBBINS, BEALL & DEAN.
NEW FIRM & NEW G00DS1
Kluttm 3c Rendleinan.
Uedricks kw Buldino No. 9.
: 0
Wo are now opening a well and Delected
stock of Fall and Winter Good, which bare
been bought at the vere lowetCeh Prices, con
sisting of every kind of Dry Cooda, Yankee no
tions, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Ladies' trimnmt
lata, Shoes and Boots, Crockery and a full line
of Family Groceries, wbkb we offer aa low M
the lowest for Cash or Barter. Hoping by strict
attention and due politeness to merit a liberal
share of public patronage, aa oar motto is quick
alf8 and short profit.
Come one, come all and give us a look before
buying elsewhere,
NO TROUBLE TO 8HOW GOODS.
We pay the highest market prices for all
kiuds of Couulry produce in Cash or Barter.
W. LAWSON KLUTTZ,
J. A. RENDLEMAN.
Oct. 14, 18o5. 3. mos.
Mrs. Josephine L. Neavb
has permanently located in
Salisbury, and sdicii pupils
t'.r thorough instruction in Fiauo-forte, aud
the Gertnau language, and after an experi
ence of over 23 years as a teacher in first
class Colleires, and in large citiva iu compe
tition with the best music teachers, she feels
coufideut that she can give her patrons eutire
s&tUfac'iou.
Sept. 30. if
BE83I0H 1875 76
Viator Course of Lectores beda Owtober 1st.
and close la fve mootba. TwWmr wf Mvd-
leal Iiwtroction by tbe Faculty . and daily sys
tem oi examinations by the Adjvnet Faeelt) .
rvoleesois fee, ). Pbemacr Coarse tft.
Beneftetary Ticket. $50. For fallpari icniar
or catalogue apply to J. B. McCA W, M. D-4w
No 400 Grace bt. itic
Facult) .
Vs. Been of the
WESTERN MARYLAND COL
LEGE.
ron stcdextu or doth a exes i
OtrtlllTK PI PH1KIT,
Each baring a fall eorp of I'rufrssora.
FIFTEENTH tCHI-AliUAL SUslOI
lMHlh. J-llli tll'UT I.I 1 T
K3T Cataingoes with fall inr.rmstion as to
Terms, Cor- of Study, etc. . fnrnished grata-
itout.lv. Address J. T. WARD. D. D- Fresi
dent. Westn iaftrr. Md.
EWJIDVERTI8EME(T8.
WANTED.
1600 Oak or Cedar Pole.
1 waKf to araks oootrmct with sosaa
m 1 000 oak ec oadar poUa 10 CsMioag!
J.J.oTEWALT
PIGS FOR SALE.
BUGGIES.
Johe C Miller of Rswaa Ceemsy Uvieg -,L
Salisbury, offers a litter of fa df. hrtm be
fine kX S, i runstd bt a ilrrk.ni.ir Hoar tkm
ifsare eew about twosaosjtbsesa. Aa. weeeSb
io( good stock bogs would do well to ,.
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Sept. mm, lS7e if. "
IJOTTON, CORN, OArg
Plonr. rlay. Ac nought fey
WALTON ft ROSS,
and full Charlotte Prices
Paid iu Cash.
i !.. our
irieeee tbat we
For line Bucrsiea
and otber work in tbe t err i age line, call
at '
W. M BARBER'S.
Sltops oo Liberty- street between Iunis
& Firht-r Sis.
STAR SALOON.
HAK STRZET.
Hert Daor to N t z M EoteL
The proprietor wihe U ationatee t-
lis
B!
riaari
1 &
Sons
HI
EXTfiiORDIHABT
D. R. JULIAIw,
Is mw rtceivinjc and opeaina: fr the in
pectia of the people of Salisbury and Row
aa Couuty the Best Selected btock of
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES,
that has ever bpn exhibited iu Salisbury.
Fancy Brands of C-igass and Cht-rMits,
at bottom figures. Landics. itli
plain and faucy. Figs, A'inotids,
Oranges. Rajuo. Jellies,
and in f.o-t anything that a first
class Gnu-cry hne should hav.
also bnvs a-.id s-Hs Dmnestie bacn an.l
all kiud of country produce. Hoping to se'
Are now receiving their lafv stock of Full
Good, consisting of
DRY GOODS.
NOTION'S,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS 9c
SHOES.
HATS 8c
CAPS.
FAMILY GROCERIES,
and many other articles which they are en
able to sell at TRIC ES as low as they can
be n'!'.j!:t.
Cme and examiue our tiek before pur
haiuc nd be Conviuc d. Satisfaction
guaranteed or ?nny refunded.
HKkNHAKiiT son s.
Salisbury, Oct. 14. Jmos.
friends and the puldic generally that he has
always on band a lull arf meut f the finest
wines and hruirs. the former repaatib
of this establishment will be sustained re
gardless uf coat.
Home made Yhikey ;t).,i Rrandies a
speciality. Bailey Rye r Crn Whiskey.
CUue s Corn Whiskey always no baud.
J. A. SNIDER.
I'roj-r:. tt.r.
STAB SAOSflMRAilT
le now opened and wi'l be fori ihed with
very delieary the mark I affords. Fresh
Ovst rs. rish. all kinds if f..i!. Gam of
evsry det.erition. MeaU at all btors either
day ur uighu
J A. SNIDES,
Proprietor.
We are r'd to
sre mw daily
sleek of
DBY COODS tWXT AXD
CLOTHING. HaTa,
KUT1iX-J
uirn HtrE deem m-nain at lowej
PRICKS. AND SR ILL EC
OLb FtittEBOBT
PltOtlTe.
SEZJ OTJH PRICES.
Bagging I6cs. Ties 6cu.
A good Woesau rbe jf
A good Boot for 2 50.
A good suit of clo wea for so
A good coat for 3
A line twit of cloibes for 1 - 00
A good bat for 75
fcrcry thins; Else at Corrct-
poBdins;ly Low li'irrn.
WK WANT TO BCT SOOO B A LF OF C0TTt.
Don't Fail U Call and tee Us
W ALTON hi ROSS.
net 7-tf.
Lbe General Assembly shall uot levy wss sbattered by Iteblntug, and there bis my many friend both in town nuJ country
or raise any money to pay tbe remaius were found.' Tbe jury's verdict I remaiu Kespectfnlly
anr tax
mteifst or principal of any of tbe bonds was iu accordance with the facts above
issued 111 aid of any ratlroad corporation,
or to purchase a site for a Peuirentiary on A Sad Accident by Which A
D. tt. JULIAN.
Deep River, in Chatham county, under
the authority of the Constitutional Con
Young Man Lost his Life.
vention, held in the year one thousand On Friday the Stb inst., about twenty
eight hundred and ixtyieirht, or of the miles below Mount Airy, Peter S. Bow-
General Assembly for the year one thane
and and siity-utne, unless the act making
the levy of raiding the money be first
submitted to a divect vote of the people of
the otate, and be approved by a majority
of those who shall vote thereon.
I propose to the people that the next
election, they vote, lor members to the
Legislature who will pledge themselves
to have the above rejected Ordinance in
serted in the Constitution by Legislative
Enactment. JqSIAH Tu&KKB.
Liebig's Great Discovery.
Under Ltebig's direction, a patient and
vigorous staff of assistants made countless
experiments in nearly every accessible
part of the globe, and aualyzi d with the
utmost care the ashes of many thousand
different plants. The unanimous result
of-their investigation proved, to a certain
ty, the natural coherance between vege
table life and inorganic matter; they show
ed that every plant of the saose kind,
whatever may be the substance and tbe
composition of its soil, receives the same
mineral ingredients into its name, and
cannot, live and grow in a place which is
entirely devoid of minerals necessary to
its existence, io cue but one example,
the tobacco plant chiefly withdraws lime
trom the earth, under every zone and in
every climate; its cultivation, iu a soil
absolutely deprived of that mineral, is
simply impossible, however liberally the
other conditions of its existence may be
provided for. These results plainly show
ing the error which former ages had com
mitted when neglecting and denyiusr the
importance of mineral ingredients in veg
etable substances, naturally led to a divis
ion of plants into several classes, each of
which roceived the name of its principal
mineral ingredients; regardless of boton-
ieal denominations, tbey were divided into
a few simple classes, according to their
predominant contents of lime, kali, sili
cious earth, etc. Thus Liebig's doctorine
concerning the influence of mineral matter
npon vegetable life was firmly establish
ed.
ee -
Gov. Hendricks, of Indiana, is credited
with saying, on hearing from Ohio: "I'm
not surprised ; I told you we should be
1 A - . i jT m n . m
ueieaica. Ajn a ditterent ulatrorm we
should have succeeded. Had the Dem
ocrats declared themselves for specie
payments to be accomplished gradually
and without contracting the currency at
present outstanding, they would have.
rolled up a larger majority than they did
111 4.0 1 .
man, a young man, about 25 years oi
age, was instantly killed, by getting his
neck broke. 1 he particulars are as fol
lows :
On the day absve mentioned, in com
pany with his brother, he started, on foot
to u camp-mectiug that was in progress
about Friendship. While on their way,
they came np with a four horse wagon
and team loaded with lumber, and which
was going in the same direction they
were, aud they bad au opportunity of
riding. So reler mounted one of the
a . a .a r 1
norses witn tne intention 01 driving a
short distance, however, in descending a
slant, the lumber slipped forward against
the horses and started them out at a lively
pace. J5y some means feter became
entangled in the harness and pitched head
oremost between the norses. j. he team
was stopped as quickly as possible, and
us brother and nil ver ran back to ascer
tain if he was badly injured, when they
iscovered that his ueck was broken and
'eter was dead. This is certainly a
very sad affair, and should be a lasting
reminder to us all that' uie is uncertain
and that death is sure. Surrry Visitor.
It. Frank Graham.
ATSON.
J. C 0. Graham
C Graham.
A Discouraged Editor.
Fairplay (CJol) Sentinel.
He was a sad-eyed, meek-faced man,
and wo supposed he merely wished to
give us a news item; but wbn be com
menced telling us about building a barn
1 I 4 . A M
on nis lancn rju ny zsu teet, seven
stories high aud ornamented with bav
windows, we thought it was time to check
him, and so we commenced :
"Well, we must admit that that is
pretty large barn for this country, but
back m the States our father built a
baru 325 by '600 feet, nine stories
high and furnished with steam elevators;
the
"Back in the States," interrupted our
listener, wny mat waan t much ot a
barn for the States. I remember now
that when I was quite young my father
built a chicken coop 550 by 832 feet. I
uou 1 recollect now many stones it was
high, but I know there was a cupola on
it tor the roosters.
"About how high was that eupolaT" we
aaked.
"I don't know the exact height now.
mister, but I know it was so high that
the fourteen upper tiers of roosters died
from the effects of the light atmosphere
tne urst mgbL "
rni . . . .
neu we went out. ana sai uown oil
the woodpile, and wondered why some
body was always outstripping us in lbe
1 i
I race 01 uie.
UNPARALLELED INVESTMENT I
'ON'LT A FEW DAY MOUE."
NO POSTPONEMENT.
GRAND CONCERT and iMSTRI-
BUTION
POSITIVE NOV. 30, OR MONEY
REFUNDED.
A FOET0SE FOE 81.
A LEGALLY AUTHORIZED ENTER
PRISE.
THE TEXAS GIFT CONCERT
ASSOCIATION,
OF DEN1SON, TEXAS, will oive a
SECOSD GRAAD CilFTt
CONCERT.
NOV. 30, 1875.
The Grand Snceefw of the Fit Conefn
zivvu fav 31t, 187o, assures the succr
of thin Second Enterprise. Over $!oO,(M
worth of ticket- already toId, leaving but
few more re'u limna to be noid to guaranty
i full .drawing on this date.
ORDER YOUR TICKETS Al
ONCE.
So the number may be carefully registered
First Capital Gift, . $50,000
Second Capital Gift, $25,001
Third Capital Git, $12.50u
Fourth Capital Gift, $10,000
It-si Job Gifu in proportion amounting
in all to
$250,000.
Lowest Gift tO a Whole
Ticket $50.
Lowest Gift to a Coupon Ticket, $10
. Mm
Price of Whole Tiuketa, $n.00, eooMatioH
of five $1 Coupon, rrlce of coupon ticket;
9i, which win "" nuiuui v
miwion to tbe Grand Concert and to one
fifth of whatever eift may be awarded to,
the whole ticket number.
Thia i a irolden oiportinity to aecure
fortune tor a small invtHtinent,
AGENTS WANTED.
Special Rates to Clubs. A dab can
organized in every community. Order
for tickets filled per bxpres, C. U. D. Cii
culars giving full description of tbe Enter 1
prise eent free.
No Approximation tritta Jfivery
Fnzo Fa id to r ull.
OFFICIAL. LISTS
of tbe Drawing sent to every ticket holder,'
so although they may not be present them-;
selves at tbe Grand Concert, yet they can!
e what prize are drawn.
ftaJTSpEciAL to Ticket Bcyera It
every case, cash for Tickets should be sent
through the Express Company, or by
Bank Draft. Caen sent in tuts way at out
risk and at our expense. Mate ait express
Packages and Bank Drafts payable to th
order .of
A. B. COLLINS, 8ecV,
Deuiaon, Texas.
oct 2S-tf.
V. G. V
A TREMENDOUS FALL
In Dry Goods just as we were buying our
Htot-k. baa enabled us to pat in store aa as
sortinent of God- nnpreoeHently low.
Onr Stock is entirely new. wae select d
with care as to qnality and prlee and is offer
1 at as low prim as cuu be found in tbis
part of the South.
We have iu Stock a full Hue of Staple 8c
Fancy Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Sho-s. Ready
made Clothiug. Notious, Groeerie, 8ce
-1 1 t 19. a
and wo whiii toe t'uoue to call anu .see us
before buying. All we ask is a chance to
show our gKds and to let you 'earn by ex
perieoee that we mean to sell Goods on fair
and honest terms.
R. FRANK GRAHAM & Co.,
Iledricks buildiug, 1st door below Bingham
A Co.. Main Street
COTTON SAW GIN.
Ho-tnl to anr in th? ewmtrT, with sr. irprrv
.I . .o roll Miier:ot to anv otl.er tiia
Manufactured by
J. M. ELLIOTT,
Vini'ro, lv C.
Refreneea: W. R. Creyl.t, IL. ic Act., anO
ii. r . '
JuJy t'.
For
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness
A.u ALL T MAT D1SLA6KA,
1788
VuLLS' CARBoLIC TABLET!
PUTL'POXLY IN BLI E BOXES.
A THIRDASD 8TJRE EUERDT.
Sold r lni0M gtnrrally, ih1
FLLLikl KLLLER, Cliieafo, IlL
M
V. VW'itw.irJ
1S75 omopd
n 1 1 1 u?
TG CSaSOaPTiVES.
A (fe:illemao haini ln.cn so f utnnale a la
nire his son of Consumption in its w..r-t -t-7f
aTler heinp op to !ie by tbe moc rri-:. ra
ted physn-ians, debuts fo make knovn the cure
ivnu n proves ucceiui in ever t) toth
Hiss & Let for Sale !
T- !Ion-e ari L4 oo te confer of
nu V.xak ror-ets-'.y occut ird by Mr. Aaa
itrua i.. k 1m r-i .or alr. 1 l.t U ssaiwsi ska
tnrt rii.l prupevty in SalUtntrv, ssai sv
! 'Onvtxit ntir - . .u ; in tbe U..ji- salt mt
I the town. Yw'ns tbirirs further imf
lion rati obt; in it ty railing oa .r ooanatiAMsv
lir.( aiih c ither of tbe luidersigned.
Price Kcauablc.
Alan the undencatd offtr tot sale OO ares
of land Uinn t.n tle N. C. U. K. two ssOss
a.Hi-ted with Asthma, RronrhiiiCouxbs Colds, Esx fn.ni ."aiLurr. This laud will be
Winiinpuon,in an rt.iwici " oi ine i I.rOM
and Lunjr, nrd will nd the kecipe. free of
ehhrje to nil who ieire it, if ihev will forward
thrir ad.iresa to DAN ILL ADtii, 32 Liberty
Si., New York.
July 29, 6-mos.
lots if deired.
Also Id", acres eifht miles Wes frm
mtrr on tbe IVatios fnrd nwd. T.ir w
all well iinltrd land. Further in
given on application.
Tet ms reasonable,
balu-bury, N. C.
JOHN W. MS FN FY. Aft.
for Dr. Jobu L. llcndersoa.
May 13. lS75-tf.
DISSOLUTION!
The Firm of Klotlz, mhai Rendleman
baa this day (Sept 25th, 1875.) di.lved by
limitation, and ihr-y herchy cire ootir-e to ail
indebted to said Firm to call snd settle their
accounts without delay, n they are vt-rv anx
ion to ! -i the t . of the above Firm
They return thtir sincere thanks fur tbe very From the Sobcrilr oo tbe Ilh Sctt, Jlst
liberal palroiisge given them by the generous ! CAfUl.n, a bonndn apprentice ofco'or,
public.
KLl'lTZ. GRAHAM A RENDLEMAN.
Oct 14. '75 3 mos
RUNAWAY
JOHN. H .ENNISS
Successor to C. R. BARKER &Co., next to
SIEROXEY & BRO., MAIN STREET, SALISBURY,
19 vear oM, for wbe recovery I will ps tae
sum of five cents. Tbe poblic are fores arasi
against harboriiir or employing said hoy.
MATTHEW I'LL MM KR.
oct 8lb-3t.
i
v BaasssETTsssr
RETAIL DEALER In PTRE
CHEMICALS,
COME Al SEE !
10 Bozci' fr sale, all grapes a cxassja
I Ii v, on h-,i.l, ten nuegira which I willssU
al the lowest cah prices, and as low, or lower
han any other c4aMihment in Nona Care
ins, according to grade. All kinds of repeiriaf
done, at sbort notice.
Those wishing any thing in my line,
do to ess: and see uie. beore l'
els. where a I am delemuned oot lo be
either in prices or ouslity of wt rk ia the
( all on me at r rar.knn Academy, 4 saiies m
W of Salisbury. V.
O. L KEEN ES.
Perfumeries, Snuffs, Combs, Brushes, Oils, Var
nishes, Dye-wood & Dyc-stulTs, Putty,
Paints, Lamps, Lamp Goods,
Kerosine Oil, Chim
neys, Patent
Medicines,
Grass and Gar
den Seed. PURE Wines
and Liawors for Medicinal nnmoses.
Physicians, Druggists and Country Merchants
will be supplied with Goods in my line at a small advance en Baltimore
OMNIBTJ-t & BAGGAGE
WAGON ACCOMMODATION
I have fitted op an Omnibns sad
Wsgon which are always ready so coveype"
sons in or frosa tbe di-fot, lo aad fP"
weddings. Ac. Leave orders al Masses
or at ray Livery A hede Stable, Kssker etrssi
near Kailroad bridge. m
M A. BRINOIT
AnC It. tt
THE LYNCH BUM
price4.
ENNISS' AGUE and FEVER PILLS
The BEST known to cure the Ague & Feter; never known to fail
when taken according to directions. Call and get a box, price 5 Oct.,
at EXKisar.
OICrABsS & TOBACCO.
t The beat 10 oeat Oar Is: 5 PU tt bt b b Okty, md the Tcbaa it
Capiul and Assets over
State Denoeit
PROPERTY INSURED ACAIBtT LDtt IT
FIRE
At the Lmwemi Current Rmkm.
Take a Puliay la tbe Lpslrg s4 t
aosodiy. r m
I am aV Afeot for dse Srtb tarassf
fttate LK- Iaaaraoe Crmpf.
If you bav. tbe good of ytsar CseJsTJ
sssart keos ywr missy ia tb 8w
kelp ssjUe say Hsame I lasoa
' i. O. HaHMLf
Osa.M. Wh.
    

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