North Carolina Newspapers

    What is the bent thing to hold
wlien you get out of temper ? Your
tongue.
"Babies are the coupons of the bonds
of matrimony." Says smarty. He should
have added. "And every fool may be a
bondholder.
Australia continues to furnish a little
gold, but its yield is declining from year
to year. In 186a the number of ounces
yielded was 1,317,102; in 1873 1,247,407
and iu 1874 1,102,614 ounces.
Tho cook wants to. know why the
sun is like a good loaf of bread ? Be
cause it's lisrht when it rises. Boston
Post. Yes, and what's more, it's al
in the v-East. N. Y. Commercial.
A Cruel Race.
The Ion eest race ere r run and one of
the worst acta ot cruelty to animals oc
curred et the Houston (Texas) Fair. Two
Texas ponies were to travel around the
i a -... a
track for twelve noun, we one mating
the most distance to be the winner. The
leader made forty eight miles in five hours
and a half, and when he broke down the
ntlipr had srone fortv-nve miles. Both ot
o . . . - . ,
the poor animals bad been whipped ana
spurred up to their work and occasionally
UOSeO WllU BHlUUIttUlO. 1UC twu-icectu
brutes that forced them to this cruel trial
did so for fifty dollars aside.
m ia Were He Money Lies!
rot
mm m . 1 I J tm lw
POSTERS,
The States vtlle American (Republican)
says of that Hay tian lectures? :
Tbe colored woman, who pretended
to hail from St. Domingo and educated
in T.rm.lnn. that lectured in this olace a
f. ssalr iiniw a1!inr hpraolf MjitlaiTH!
. . , I 1CW TT Wt a b.mw. a mv.w
ring a glorious sunset a . ew evenings ago . incendiary language to her
on cemetery full. "Who turn j she. the jl JgJ has come to
eires when tne sun bcis i uuiuny . , u--u u.hn.
.. . a I RIM III iU.VIKIWU lUi VIHWIJ lvv.wfe
nen u lays, rr , .., LAr.nu imt at.
UCI VUllUy liuwim see J'"
was informed against and her arrest effec
ted at the instance of colored people.
Doubtless, she is a great rascal, and bat
been the cause of much evil in the South
ern States where she has been traveling
for a length of lime."
Group of ladies and gentlemen admi-
ejrgs
a male goidine. "The wind w
was the prompt response of a young lady.
If that's almanac we never saw or heard
of it before.
PROGRAMMES,
great many farmers have found it to be
rood Stock, Poultry, Grain, etc Tb
AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL tells all
about these, and may be bad
A WHOLE YEAR FOR tL
Just think of it ! Nearly 400 paces of this
valuable information (exclusive of tinted cows)
in one year. Veterinary advice without
! charge.
; as well as many other article, to those getting
up duos. Agent? ana omen naving a uuie
snare time, can make excellent wages and do
others good, by obtaining subscribers ; iu cents
secures specimen and explains how to do it.
Address POTTS BKU rH fclUS,
Parlsesborg, Chester Co., Pa.
oct.21-tf.
A Prosperous Southern Railroad,
The earnings of the Georgia Central
railroad and its branches for the year
ending August 31 were $2,945,717, and
the expenses for same period $1,708,257,
leaving the net receipts $1,237,460 a
Sex in Birth.
A Philadelphia paper savs : The qnes
gain of 3190.897 over the net receipts of tion of sex in relation to birth, as -nown
the previous year. 1 he condition of the
road is represented to be a good, if not
better, than at any period since the
war.
A colored man, who was lately resuscita
ted from what seemed death; but was only
catalepsy, was entertaining his friends with
the hiuht he lieheld in the other world.
' Plenty colored bredren in Heaven, I spec,
Tom." "Oh, yes !" suid Tom. "And how
about hell any down there?" asked anoth
by the municipal statistics, is an interest
ine one. The average proportion of the
sexes among nearly twenty-two millions
of births recorded iu England in thirty -
four years is 104 8 males to 100 females
Only iu two years of the thirty-four did
the rate fall below 104 to 100, and yet
onlv once did it reach 105 to 100, thus
showing that the variation is comparative
)y slight. The same uniformity is also
shown in the records of our city for the
PAMPHLETS,
(Fee Simple, Sheriffs and Commis
sioners),
CONTRACTS, W
Carolina Central Railway
Co. -
Ovttcb On seal Soraanrravearr. )
Wilmington, N. C. April 14, 1875. $
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday, April 16th, 1875, the
trainwill run over this Hallway as follows i
PASSENGER TRAINS.
715 A M
7.16 P. M
.. 7.00 A. It
7.U0P. M
TRAINS
....6.00 P M
....6-00 PM
6.CA M
. .6.00 A M
FARMEIRS1111
m sWbwbW
BsV BBs.
Js" fssUssnBISIBBBBI 1 "l-1
BBV SnV Bm
BaCasnw
,mi Bsassseaassssa
G. M. Buis,
Late of G.M, Buia 4 Co
C. R. Bark kr,
Of O a Barter a Co
cr interlocutor. "Oh. yes ! inassa, plenty of Dagt fourteen vears. but the mean nronor
A ssvr ii-It if ii fiilL'J Ttil 1 a -a ne m 1 m. 1 on O
won with us id iuj o mates to iuu le
de'.n der too." "Anv white folks, Tom ?
"Lord save us, der ain't no end on 'em, hut
by gosh, massa. cbery white man done got
a r'"rgcr holdin' between him and de
firel"
males.
BUIS & BABEES
WHOLESALE &RETAL Braists
Coruer Main & Fisher Streets,
We revolt against the custom of rep-
resenting angels, and the redeemed who
havo gone before, with wings. Its heath
enitih. Christians have borrowed the idea
from pagan mythology. We do uot, can
not, believe that the great Creator, who
has honored humanity with a form which
is the imaue of Himself, will strip us oi
our manhood aud womanhood, in the next
world, and tarn us into bats or shanghai
chickens. Sentinel
Fun at Home.
The Chinese and Christianity.
Philadelphia Record.
We have the heathens at our doors iu
a double sense, and the experiment of the
effect of Christianity upon them is an in
teresting one. The Rev. Cbp.rles N.
Fitch writes that there are 2.000 Chinese
on the Pacific coast under christian influ
ence, lie savs the the converts are in
dustrious aud frugal, yet liberal. "They
will roast a whole hog for dinner, and
then 'sell ofT what remains, because it is
cheaper, and then iro to the mission at
night and give liberally to relieve a broth
on t be afraid of a little fun at home, - . , K, nhra uinr thm wlinlp
v . . v H - Y e o
hog," without getting a clear idea of what
is meant; we presume that the Chinese
parctice just described is "going the whole
hog" in religion.
MORTGAGES,
(Land and Chattle),
BILL HEADS,
JVaU and Lettaf- JftecLtU,
LdbelSm Cautions.
&c.m &c.m
all done on short notioe and at
VEEY LOW BATES.
B,Court Blanks, Deeds and Mort
gages, ready printed and for sale at
SALISBURY, N. C,
Where mav he found a full assortment of
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Fine Hand
kerchief Extract, Foreign & Domestic Col
ognes, Soapfl, I I;ir, Tooth & Nail Brushes,
Havana x American Cigars. All grades ot
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO. A
line lot of Brass & Glass LA SIPS: also the
i . j n l P. IT Va .....,..,.,-,
eeleoraieu rernnm . huuk .luj-LArwci v r.
verosene Lamps which we warrant Jvr twenty
rr, I y I T 1 o
ienrs. nisnev, r renen uranuy, acupraoag
SVine by the touie or gnuon. niacwtjerry.
Malaga. California bherry 6c fort Wines.
Imported Uin, and in fact eve-yllung usually
kent iu a first class Drug Store. Our preterip-
tion department U solely in the hand of the pro-
' ., .i I -I , o. J
prielorg, one or ine omer oeing in ine owrc aay
and niyht and no one need apprehend any dan-
zer m having meir prescriptions compounu-ed.
Feb. 18th. 1875. tf.
Leave Wilmington at....
Arrive at Charlotte at....
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive iu Wilmington at.
FREIGHT
Leave Wilmington at....
Arrive at Char iott e at. . . .
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive in Wilmington at
MIXED TRAINS
Leave Charlotte at . 8.00 A M
Arrive at Buffalo at 14 M
Leave Buffalo at 12 30 P M
Arrive in Charlotte at 4.30 P at
No Trains on Sunday eccept one freight train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 p. iu, instead of
on Saturday night.
Connections.
Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington
Weldon, and Wilmington, Colombia A Augusta
Kail roads, Semi-week ly New York aud Tn
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the River Boats to Payetteville.
Connects at Charlotte with its Wei torn Di
vision, North Carolina Railroad, Charlotte A
Statesvile Railroad, Charlotte A Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia Augusta Rail
road. Thus supplying the whole West, Northwest
and South ve.t with a short and eheap line to
the Seaboard and Europe.
8. L. FREMONT,
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
NfsvO. 1875. tf.
SAVE MONEY, SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME, BY U8IXQ THEFA
EES PLOW.
It will run lighter. It will turn your land belter, It will make you Utter crops. It wil eo
yoo hw to keev it ia order, than any other Plow you hava Tr aavd.
W will furnish you Points one year for one plow in ordinary land for one Dollar. What da
yoo pay your blacksmith to do the name on your old-fashioned Plow ?
Wc Lave itist made a rre.U reduction in Price ?
All we ask of vou is. Try it, and then if you don't like it bring it back and your
be refunded to von.
WE WARRANT EVERT PLOW
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Co's
(Late S .VJIOXS 9l GLOUGn OKU it to.,)
-IMFKUVtU
Piedmont Air Line Railway
Chesapeake and Ohio B B
good people; don't shut up your houses
lest the Bun should fade your carpets and
your hearths, lest a hearty laugh should
shako down some of the musty cobwebs
there. If you want to ruin your sons,
let them think that all m'rth and social
enjoyment must he left on the threshold
wbeu they como in at night. When once
a homo is regarded as only a place to eat,
driuk and Bleep in, the work is begun
that ends in gatnhlinghouses and degra
dation. Young people must haye fuu and
relaxation somewhere.
all times.
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE BE
TWEEN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
WEST.
PASSENGER
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
MAIL EXPRE3S.
Leave Richmond 9.30 a m 9.10 n
" Phnrlntt.wT-illA -Tti ITI 1 n Ul
Arrive White Suloher. 9.25 " 8.37
U -inhnrrtntl X .30 A m .- 4 i
Ciucinualti, 6.00 am
Connecting closely with all of
Trunk Line$ for the Wtt,
&uth-et. Thin is tk shortest, quickest and
Richmond & Danvile, Richmond 4
Danville R. W..N. C. Diviaiun, and
North Western H. C. &. W.
o
CONDENSED ME-TABLE
In Effect an aai af-r fanday. Sept. 16th,
187a
GOING NORTH.
9 Mtf
to order.
Hydrophobia. Our Madison corres
pondent informs us that the hydrophobia
is raging in the lower crJer of animals
in that county. About the 20th of August
a dog owned by Mr. J J White became
affected with this terrible disease, but it I
was not discovered till the 22ud, when be
ran out of the house and bit the horse
Mr Tyre Glenn, an J and dog of Mr Jaa Ramsey, who was
died sud- passing. On the 8th inst., Ramsey's
7th inst. 1 doe went mad. but was killed before he
directions did any damage. Next dav the horse
exhibited symptoms of the disease, and
SALISBURY, C.
Sudden Death
old citizen of Yadkin couuty,
denly at his residence on the
while in his yard giving some
to his farming hands, lie was 74 years
old, and had always been an energetic it was deemed dangerous to approach
and bard-workiug man. By bis own him. As the day wore on the animal
individual exertions he made an immense became wild and furious, and seriously
fortune, and although he lost largely by injured himself by his violence. To ter-
the results of the war, he still had a large minate his sufferings his owner killed him
property left for his children one of and then buried his body. The horse
whom is the wife of Judge Settle of the was valued at S 100. Our correspondent
Supreme Court of North Carolina. We reports many other cases among hoes and
like to honor and speak a good word for dogs throughout the county. Winston
such working men as Tyre Glenn, the Sentinel. I im
.r m m mm m.
only sort ot men who move the world and
help poor people to live and get employ
weut. Democrat.
the Great
North-West and
cheapest Route, with less chanee of cars than
any other, and passes through the finest scenery
in tJie world.
Pasacnpers taking the Express tiain on the
N. C. R. R. have no delay, but connect closely,
to any point in the West.
. l v- : . TV i . I.
j j j -f- 7- nDTrVIlD I r.: ii Imuran i x i"'
At(tr68S. J . J . 15 li U JS JliK, 1 Lowest Rates and Baeeaze checked. mi-
grnnt qo on Fxprcss Train. TlME, DISTANCE,
and Money Raved by taking the Ckcstipcalx
and Ohio Route.
Freight Rate to and from the West, always a
low as the lowest.
Merchants and others will find it to their in
terest to get our Rates before shipping or or
during.
for Information and nates apply to
J. C. DAME, So. Ajrent.
or O. M. McKENNIE,
Ticket Agent
Greensboro N. C.
C. R. HOWARD,
General Ticket Agent.
W. M. S. DUNN,
Superintendent.
Richmond Va.
STATIONS.
Leave Charlotte ....
" Air-Line J'nct'n
" Salisbury
' (reenshoro
" THnriite .......
M Dundee ,
" Iturkeriiu
Arrive at Richmond.
Mail.
Express.
MAIL.
9.16 r a ;
9.33 - fi 90
1168 " 8.S4 "
3 15 AM 10.56 "
ei I. is r u
6 18 " i a
11S6 6.07
9.99 r u 8 48
f
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH TUK NEWLY INVENTED
GOING SOUTH.
STATION.
Leave Eicknind
" Burkeri le.
44 Donde
44 Danville........
44 (JienlHiro. . ... .
44 Salburj ....
44 Air Line J'nct'n
Arrire at Charlutte...
Mail.
1 .38 r m
4.69 "
10.33 "
10.39 "
3.00 a
5.32
8.96
8.29 AM
RXPBEM,
6.08 a. m.
836 -I
U P
l.U
3.58
6.16 "
8.96
8.43 "
Wil x Patent," "Octave ConpIfT." the i
rtiuona." "Voa Angvk" "Vimtm EttstMr
B
O Y D E N
Charley Boss.
This little boy who was stolen
O U 8 E
SALISBURY, 1. C.
Mrs. Dr. Reeves, Proprietress.
The Proprietress returns her sincere thanks
to the traveling pu tic for their liberal patron
age while she v. as connected with the Nation
al Hotel.
Not having room enough at the "National"
to accommodate tier guests properly, sue ren
ted the "BOY DEN HOUSE, and he feelasatis-
fied that Bhe can now accommodate her guests
comfortably, and in the very best style, in thin
wly furnished house, with all the modern
improvements.
Passengers going np the W. N. C. Rail Road
from the East, take Breakfast at the BOY DEN
c.,x. , . nuuoii.
UUU.IMULLISH EiAlKAUKUlDAKX.
A m, m mv
TS!Ta.r nZZST tirst class Bar and Billiard 8a-!
vuo uuuuuu ejcuo, ib ropfirteu uy a cor-
OOINO EAST.
STATIONS.
Mail.
;oixr, west.
Mail
IaTe Greensboro..
V. J OIIVW ...... I
44 Raleigh 10
Arr. atGoldboro'...
I
100 A II
.. A.ao
8,33
1130 a
-LA it. 1.46 a M
L' vol 2 30
jL'veBOOra
An invanUon baring a mort impovUnt hesring on the faiarsn of BjNjd I"-JK V
which the quantity r Yoli.n of I. ne le very largely locrcaaaw.
and the quality of tone renUrrtd
Equal to that of tie Bat Pipe Orpins of ike Same Capacity.
Our celebrated "Vox Clct." "Vox II .tinana.-W
"f'.IW or Clarionet" tops "u ".
ALL. THE LAT EST IMPROV
Can be obtained only in theve Organ.
Fifty Different 8ty es. tlxo Olaaajr-ola.
-0 TC ST fM ATFHTALUO WO HKW1AWSMIP,
. liuai it y and Volume of Tone V nequalled.
PEIC H,S60T0 e5oa
FACTOBY AND W AREROOM8, CORNER 6
NORT
O.A.&
HcmKlllTilliM i
B iiF' r.mi&&rs.
waifiM iv
( Ha i.em Bkakch.)
Lesre Greensboro 4.30
ArriTe at Salem.. 8 13 "
Leave Kalea 8.40 am
Arrire at Greensboro 10.33
E8TABLIIBX1I) XV !.) AwlMTI Wanttd Im Every County
Address GLOUGH & WAR JUJRR
while 1
loon connected
JvAj 15 lm.
rith the HOUSE.
vcsrtjm&Mmu 4tr tmm r-9y J&ts
arsx cw ii t
Aimistrator's Sale ef Seal and
PERSONAL ESTATE.
respondent at Calcutta, of which a Hit-
mutqar in the employ of one of bis friends.
playing with his brother in front of their is the subject. A little after midnight
fathers house in Philadelphia more than till nearly 2 o'clock in the morning this
one year ago, has never been found man, he says, begins chanting verse alter
Two of the men supposed to have been verse of bis Koran and of sacred hymns;
engaged in this abduction were killed repeats the Divine precepts; criticises
last summer while trying to commit a the shortness of time in this world, arrd
burglary. The third one Westervelt, has the length of eternity in the next; and,
lilAt liciii mil virMt'rl nf xnnna.lini. littln finallv. Winds tin with on nnurtkln
Charley after his abduction. The case howl or shriek. During all this time he JRSg & Sfj tH
has excited universal interest and the is in .the soundest of slumbers, and the tb 6th day or Novbmbbb, 1873, at the late resi
conviction of Westervelt meets with the only way to put a stop to this hullabaloo j.?1. oy.
. r 0 I . . . . .i rL. ,, , i , . nunarea acres oi lana, belonging to the estate of
aonroval orlhe entire nt-psa of the land IS to turn the man on hia aide for. ahnnlri :a a...i ..i;..in;n i. t u ur
I r -J I 1 ' , , . wu UCVCMCUt ttUJVtUUJK IW IBIIUf ' 1 BO.. TT . I . " . m m " . . -
One hundred thousand dollars reward has any one awake him, he will just open his Goodman, Mrs. II. B. Watt and o:Ler3-sitnsted n7 TJorW iZr h,
been omred for the recovery of the child, eyes lor minute and if allowad to con. SUSSsTSSt aVSTrsCSLe ZSJST "
It i J .nil.. ...... I . .. KIaI.a.aIk . I. m, . J ttmiA f.n l in U.I l I... U..I. 1 Ml . . h t .... .
mm iv ijuim (iiuuuuic uo is in mo cusiuuy nnuc uu wc uai ui uib uaca, uh win re- trees ldutcd. ian a very aeairaoie tract or HOW INVALIDS AT A DI3TAHCI
m iiiudc uuacuaiutru wuu uib pitiiBi i tvuiwcuua uib uuwiiug uymus.
tate ; unless indeed no has been mur
dered. Poor little Charley Ross. Albe
marle 1 imcs.
fW Aa onr Aderuaor lia wa. made h AdrarUav
merit aRMrUMr iiUnot, w anU lalarpnt aaS alab
rata it an f vUowa :
VI. I. POOTE, M.I
Antanr of Ptain Hoia Talk, IteJical Oommoi Sunaa,
Setenc ia Story, ate. IS lkafton Afana (car.
aM ah Street I, Maw TTk, aa IxoarajroaaT
ParmciAa. treat all forma ot lAngm-ig r CAroffla
Dtaraaa. aad recetraa tettara tsom all para ot taa
Cmuan Wom.
By Um anjiruU wtv of condtjctlne a Mr'ral rrao
Uob. ha ta auu aaf ntly treat' anmama patimta In
Raropa, tba Wwc Indlea, Uaianlitlnu r
Canada, aad ia mwmrj part of the Unitad Btataa.
NO MKRCUBIAL
Or drletertoas rtnign i ied. lie baa. (lurtnir taa psmt
tvtmly three ycaro. treated urreafnUy nrly or qulla
40.000 emmm. All tarte ooaaectrd wiia each cae ara
Exhumation of the Poet Poe's
Hemains.
A Sleepy Horse that Beat
Field.
the
At the Dubuque Fair a pleepr, poor
homely horse called Lothair. was entered
The foundation for the Poe mocumentlin every race. He beean bv takinsr thp
hi the churchyard of Westminister Church 3.15 race; then 3 minute, 2.15, 2.40, and
corner of Green aud Fayette street, has won two heats of the 2.35 race, when a
been prepared for its reception . The- protest was entered that he had a better
inauguration of the monument will take record than the race he was trotting in. His
place some time this month, the pro- driver denied this soft impeachment, and
gramme for which has not yet been fully challenged proof- The judges called him
arranged. It was found necessary, in up to the stand and swore hiss. About
order to get space required for the foun- this time he bad got his wrath up, and
dation ot the monument, to remove the swore he would show them a trick worth
rem iius of Poo to the grave ef Mrs. looking at. In the third heat he let the
vieinm, his relative, buried near by. The sleepy horse out and distanced the
remains were lounn aoout nve teet below
Creek Church. This is a very desirable tract of
land, with good baildiogs, orchard, Ac., with
lenty of timber and about twenty acres of good
ttom. lermsof ale one-half cash, and the
balance in twelve months, interest from date.
At the same time and place, undersigned will
sell for cash about 60 bushels of wheat, 76 bushels
of oats, 100 bushels of corn and a lot of straw Ac.
Sale to Uka place at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Persons
wishing to see the laad can call on J. L. Clodfelter.
Bear the premises, or on the undersigned .
SAM'LA. LOWRANCE, Adm'r.
of Felix D. Clodfelter.
Sept. 23, 1876tta.
SIIOIiTOK FEMALE COLLEGE,
ST ATE VILLE, If . C.
The next session will open Sept. 1, 1875.
Terms for board, te , have been made as low aa
possible to suit the times. References : Rev.
Chas. Phillips. D. D., Prof. W. J. Martin, Rev.
W. A Wood. Rev. D. E.Jordan. Ex-Cm v. Z. B.
Vance, Hon. W. H. Battle, and all friends of
Ata trcatad. All tnralta at a Ataranea ara rraatrA
to aaawcr a Bat of plain qnasMona. which aUrtta every
armpOia aadar which tba iaraiW fu-fcra. AU w
mmniaBUomm ternm trtcttf cmmJUwttaL A awateta
aratra at rwvriW ft '?' mifmkot ,,f'l,on.
List of aaaJaaa aaat fraa, aa mnrmicm. to any part
of thawarlA. fcttypaaa tgSSS
Brcorsa. atea anrt fraa. All Aaaa nawiW.aU ara
from thaaa who hara haea traatad by mail an.l inraaa.
xo-n-a ra ornca, oa ax sun, raaa or caaaaa.
Call an at aSdisss
v DR. E . B. POOT1,
Ko. ltO Lexington Ava., 5. T.
Passenger train leaving IU!elsh at 8.10r
connects at .reensboro with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price ot Ticket same aa via other routes.
i rains to and from point Kast of (Ireeasboro
uuuucci bv virtennooro witn Hall 1 rains to or
from points .North or Booth.
Two Traias daily, both wars
On flundays Lynchbnra Accommodstioa leava I
Richmond st 900 A , arrive at Bark villa 19 43
P at, leave Unrkerille 4 35 a a . arrit a at ltir t.
mond 7 58 a at
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richmond, 282 Miles.
Papers thst have arranffemenU to advartiaa th
schedule of this company will alea nrint a
above.
For further in formation address
8 E. ALLEN,
Oaal Ticket Agent
Greensboro. If O
TUB TALCOTT.
Engineer A (Jen'l SaperiL ten dent
Blach&er aii Henienoi,
Attorneys, Counselors
and Solicitors.
SALISBURY, N. C
May 20 1875 ly.
.P. BATTLE.
President.
W. H. HICKS,
F. H CAMKRON
Vice President.
Sec'y.
SUPERIOR
COURT-BOWA1
COUSTT.
J. G. Firm mi ng, as Kaacator ot
the La( will and tcatamennt of
Jacob K rtdT .
NORTH CAROLINA
STATE LIFE Insurance
COMPANY,
BAXEIOH, V. .
CAPITAL.
$200,01
At and of First Fiscal Year had iaaoed over
900 Policies without snUinins: a iiafl lass.
Pnideot. eoMtomical and energetic manage
ment has made it
A SUCCESSFUL CORPORA HON.
A
Sarah K rider. Ianiel WKndrr,
Charles C Krider, JossaGrahsoi,
l A wife, Julia K (trahaa, Tboto
' as A K rider, Margaret C Fleas-
ing, Mary L K rider. Jaaaes 11.
KrioVr, Maria Krider, Anna M.
K rider, haJUe h. Krider, Baraa
bu S Krider, Thosaas W Morri
son, Katie M Morrison. William
lit then and wife Sadie E Btsbaa,
Kobert N Flesaiof, William K
Fleraing. Sallia K Fkrsing. Mar
garet J Fleaaing. Nataan 2 Fleas -mr.
Roberta Firming, (."hsrlea
J Flcminc and Julia ii
iom. radaa.
STATE OF NORTH CABOLINA-
To Lke SkerJ of
in
aaaasy
1875 tf
the lata Prof. Mitchell, of Chanel Hill. N. C.
whole field easily, cutting all others out Aug. 12, 1674. 6moa
. a i s-ara s Jmr a B w a .
tno ground, l he cotan at faret appear- of the chance of second, third and fourth
ances seemed to be' sound, but when money. The swearing of the army in
raised the sides were found decayed and Flanders was nothing compared to those
fell to pieees. Nothing remained inside horsemen who were looperL The air eot
toe co mn out tue saeieion, an we nee& so hot that Lotbatrand bis driver lit out
and grave clothes having long since re- in the night with several thousand dollars
turned to dust. Some hair jet attached nulled from the greeuies who played with
to the skull, and the teeth, which appear- him. During the sellinr of pools the
J II I- t . I I . . . m . . - .
cq an wuue ana penct. were suaaen
out of the jaws and lay on
of the coffin
WmM Zl JTPxda PUtmNbsmTbUe
mnd Mvlicol Cicrt Sen; Also
PrFcofts Science m Story.
Rr&rtfculan ft..
Br. Bargtr's lonls lowal aad rile rills.
Taaas sOia ssa sn ta-1"
aad pAaa, asassd mf wasans
aaaasa mntiu of ta aw
tncra th astirKy of tba iatMrJaaleaaal,
arc stasis and raneve pum at
The GREAT CAtSE
or
HUMAN MISEEY.
envelope. Price
31 "d mW
I Just Published, im a moled
six cents.
This Company iasnes every deairahle vrrm of
Policies at aa low rales as an other First Class
1 Company.
Imposes no oaelesa reatriction upon residence
or travel.
Has a fixed paid up value on all policies after
wo annual pay men ta.
I la entire easels eve loaned and i a vented
Al HOME,
to foster and encourage borne enterprises.
John tonkas
A k rider,
L Krider
of taa
E. H. MARSH'S
MACHINE WORKS.
Corner of Fulton 6c Council, Streets.
bam sated bf tassa. Prioa M seats, sant s mail oa
nsit of .seam rrsaarsa wj wr.
aSICaaanT. Paautaoms, eWVomna ATssca,
a aw roaa Om.
Xatraat of
Salisbury, N. C.
ihT kott rT 525 ilS 92 W.' Having all my new Machinery in opera
the bottom in the end scooped the whole buaineaa. sw i . m i 9- -. TTtT
nil .ii ae J 1. I im . . . 7 ' 21 IT "!mwmm mmTm " I !.sbjiii s
x ue ,u couia a.nu n querry is, "Who is lothair, and the Iron dc Brass works to do all kinds of
placed entire as exhumed in a where did he come tromf Nobody wood work, such as Lumber
m .a . - .a . s rrs
kuows turtner than the
asaw ssBsass Cslosasl or Was PUL It at
vtsXaarsasss Us Sow ef Ms, sad ttas
os torpUisv of the ttrsr, Mtoasaass sn
Ox. Zur sr s Oemieaal Fluid
KaSearb aad Baadalioa,
TVaaaataaasvSaafssa e purely smaSsma
thsli
at osoa toraiAiW
aaaMiaataia. sad the
drasstsaa. atofc bsdaoae.
ta wsssi sj tkls Bawast win as
to taa aatleat, ss eaa ar two
a'atalntaaas by ttver troabteV Prioa SI pr
ks say sddreaa. fraa af eaaraa. llisasil oajy
T. ALFRBD BSICHARDT, raianacisT, sfflFsw
awTonacm.
tents were placed entire as exooaea in a i wpere did be come trom V Nobody wood work, such aa Lumber Dressing,
wooden raie and lowered into the new kuows further than the osncr aaid k I Tonirue dc Grovine, makinir Sash, Blinds
grave and closed up. The stones for the I come from Canada. At alt events he cut If6 Doorg' making moulding from i inch to 6
foondatiou of the monument were put in the eyeteeth of the sharpest horseman in nclie8 wide, also Turning Ac Pattern mak-
place, and everything is now prepared the State, and did it so handsomely thst 1 fa UV'D? th aa - - r.
C.r ihu superstrncture.-Bairisvdre they did not d . cover it until he Jd ,o fe.,"" "L6?1 clAM workm'D' IS 5 1 2 0D1
" . J W" 1 ,l""uu K uttramevtl. - - AUQIW U.
I their money and was gone,
Portland, Have.
home. Terms
DTurroir 4 Co..
sn,19,18T5,-ly
A, XVeeture on the Watare, Tre at-
ment, nnd Radical enre of Seminal weak.
' n a a . B S a a r, a aw. . a
ness, or (iperuiauirrnaea.inaur'ea by teM-Atne,
Involnntarv Kmismuns, impoteucy, Nervous
Debility, aad impediments to Marriaae gener
ally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Kit; Mental
andPnysvoal incapacity, . By KUBEKT
J. CULVER WELL. M. D., author of the
"(Irmn U.i, ,W ' A o
The world-renowned author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from bis own exre
rience that the lawful consequences of Self
Abuse may be effectually removed without
medicine, and witkont danger u sergical oper
ations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordial n;
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what bis condition may be, cure himself cheap
ly privately and radically.
tW This Lecture will prove a boon to fAeay.
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
aaareas, on receipt oi six cents or (wo
see stamps.
Address the Publishers.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE 4b CO.
192AW9J' Jm pQ Box,
toon.
OeUI lwTf-l,
Thirty days grace allowed in payment of pre
raiuma.
With these facts before them will the. people
of North Carolina continue to pay annually
thousands upon thousands of dollars to build
up foreign tora names, when they can Petal a
insurance in a Company eonally reliable
ererj dollsr's premium tht-y psy be loaned and
invested in our own State, and among our own
PoplJ
Theo. r . K 1. 1 lib, l.
UcNKELY, fAgt's.
Saliabury, 5. C
KUFFIN ATAYLOE.
Cen'l. Dist, Agfa. Greensboro . C.
Dec. 31 ly.
m
You are Kereby omnmarrded in the naast
Krider. Charles C
wife Julia E. Gi
gsret C Firming.
tTrwIrr llsria Krider Al
8 KriaW, Bexneean 8 Krieev. Ttmaaas W M
riw.. Katie M ycviaon, WillLstn Ilethea jf
: r. o.m. v awu. n.m.t X n niar sr
wtw tB 8 irw sW sWBAWaaBVsssa ' "
I liam K Kleminc Ha lle K I
J Klemin- Nathan N Fleminr.
bag, Charles J nssswng, and Jalta G
lk.M.l.fi. in ik knt artioa. BO I
the neat Term of the So pen or f eawt m
County of Rowan, at the Coart-Honse m aBSw
bury, on the 6th Monday after the Sd Ifaasisy
in September neat (1B7&1. then and tor
ibn eanariaint of J. ( Flasatag. as U
ecutor of the Last H ill aad Test
W miA-. J PtaintifTin this
voa are further no wderl so aotiff tb
Uw,
ha
A os
DesendanU thai if ikey sail so
' plaint, wiihia tba Uaae apecifed by U
fJJ I said PlainUff will apply to the Court
relief deaansssed in U.e complaint ar J
J. D.
CRAIGE k CRAIGE.
ATTOR.HK V Am sLAW.
17 Special attention paid to proceed
ing in Bakreptcay.
Sent, n, 187?.
mt rA rhirM ia ihia anil
Witmaas TM H0RAH. Cbr 4"
Court, sa asW ia SALISB VP. Y,
day of -iayaat, A. D. 187. a
to:
Clirk
Thomas A. Krider and Wm. K.
Cotton Plant, Arkansas and Will
and wife Sal lie E. Bethen, at or
Sooth Carnli
of that eUate wtu
sBnSBPS
BLACK M EE A HEHDEBSOj
ra aw naia
Septk
fi
Cheap Chattel Mortgftg
and varios ;br blanks tor sals ban
Br-
    

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