DECEMBER 2, 1875.
'The Watchman goes to press regular
ly tod promptly at 1 o'clock, p. m.t every
Tbordy. Country patrons can get theif
Dper aft"" that hour. Persons sending ad
igcments, or other notices, should have
them in by 10 o'clock, a, m., or before.
Josffu Fr.RnF, formarlr Superior Court
Clerk of Burke county, well known as an ex
cellent man, died on tne mm, at Morganion,
N.C. . ;
Bt all means don't mias the eoneert to
night. If you enjoy god music, go; you will
not he disappomieu.
Oh ho! The white flag ! golly, children.
It's too dark to see it, especially when the
niut are Xed will have to get Joe to lead.
Elbotios. The masons will elect new
at their rennlar meeting or Friday
night, Dec. 3rd. All members in good stan
ding are urged to attend.
W in indebted to Mr. W. S. Negus, for
The Aran, published in Melborne. Aus-
tralia. It is large triple sheet, printed in.
cHyatyle, and very readable.
W. J. Mill has reii
Agent on the W. K. C. B. K. Mr Mill- waaa
very efficient agent, and we ' have -beard no
complaints of the mails on that road since be
took charge. His successor has not been named
as yet. .
thai Mr Lgharribji Bfllffi fm to the Capital Stock of the I nrint mnv.thin without th nam- mi tk.
his position ofRoute Weatern If orth Carolina AgricalturaT 4 Me- wbo wrote ft - and therefor I aw
I rniniril Hair tawnnnn mhMAl t tl.. - I w - o
proval of a majority of the rotate e7
The Amende Honorable. We regret
exceedingly that in our notice last week of the
putting off of a passenger from the N. C. R. K.
we made the grave mistake of charging the
outrageous set upon Conductor Spraggins.
We now take pleasure in doing that gentleman
the justice to say that be was in nowise con
nected with the transaction. The guilty party
was Conductor Bowman, who deserves all that
we said about him and more.
Personal. We are glad to see our young
friend M. Robert Davis make hi appearance
behind the counter in the drug store of Mr.
Theo. F. Kluttz, with the intention of making
pharmacy his business. It will he a good thing
for our country when more of our educated
young men (Mr. Davis is a recent graduate
of Davidson College) turn their attention to
such practical pursuits instead of crowding in
to the already crowded professions.
. : l ta:. - . . . .
biiiiu4 rwr naauiiuivu. suujeci lO llie ID- t ! T
m .. - . . "WT "T r I trft Mrbiii. Kilt whl ft I UnH mnn mr-
provai oi aroajoniyoi me voters of saia Town, J T . . J -
and that SO days' notice of said election shall be nmne, 1 also beg 70a to not mention It in
given by advertisement in the Carolina Watch- printing the enqrtebip. For the girl is
man, and alap notice of said election shall be single yet with whom the courtship was,
advertised at the Court House door in Satis- mnA Irk.n. Umm r.iW i.
bury, and (bat the election be held as afore- u " Ukln
aaidi those approving the DroDosition faall UFV -w HC7 1 aa
J - 1 - .1 . It . a 1 . ." . , 1 ftkmo .. I l
oeuoau in me naiiot oox, oai lots with the
pnnien or wnuen word, "approved." Those
disapnrovine the same shall denarii h lints
with the printed or written words, "not ap
proved." Ordered: that John A. Ramsay receive
credit for his Town taxes for the year 1875
on condition that during the next 4 months
he build a plank fence on his lands, fronting
on Monroe Street.
I remain Youri Truly,
IfQTTCF-Havfag retired frosji the Wwawk
man, 1 will thank all those indebted to me
for advertising or otherwise to come forward
and settle promptly.
J. J. BTRvTART.
FOR SALE :
they would read it, and see my name to it, ' L'll
they might think liiud of me. Q ACfCS Ol LaDCl
Now is the time of the year for Pneumonia,
Lung Fever. Coughs. Colds, and fatal re-
The application' of Messrs. Halvburton and ro't predisposition to Coosnmption and
HoODer for )irnn tn rt!il aniritrmn linnrvrn other Throat and Long Disease. Boschee's
at the Mansion House corner was approved. Gkrman Syrup has been need in this ueigli-
a 11c ioi lowing mus were pasaeu ana oraer-1 u,,iu iuc lsi wv vi wicvjun wiw
out a single failure to cure, ir von have
not used this medicine yourself, go to your
Currants and Citron
Si no 1 Mi Birds. Persons fond of pet birds,
thould read Mr. Webb's notice' in another
coluaiu. A gentleman near us who has seen
f r. Ws store, speaks of it with wonder and
Thanksgiving. We are sorry that so few
of our people observed the day, as one of spe
cial thanksgiving to Almighty God. Not so
much because it is appointed by the President
or the Governor or anybody else, but because
we all hare, at all times, abundant occasion to
give thanks and praises to Him who rules
above, for all thealessings and- mercies of this
ife aye, even for life itself and for any hope
in the life to come. If the idea of a simulta
neous thsnksgiving could be carried out, it
would be a sublime thing, a sight at which the
angels would rejoice, and which could not fail
to be well pleasing to the God and Father of
ed to be paid.
One by R. H. Vanderford police)
service for Nov
One by J.-ff. Earnhart police)
service for Nov. j
One by Y. J. Englebert sextion
service for Nov.
" Thee. E. Frown 1 J days hauling
- u mtking pTeO
meht near depot.
One bv Barnhart A Son. Well buckets Ac 1 .80
" 44 JLutheran Chtirch, 8 loads of rock 2.00
Lamps for Nov.
" S. E. Linton, repairing street
Lamps Ac. j
" Crawford A Heilig, for Hard-
ware Ac. j
Four miles south of Salisbury,
00 acres of which is TIMBERED land, and
will he sold low down for cash.
Apply to D. R JULIAN.
Salisbury, Nov. S5, 1875. 4t
IMPORTED SINGING BIBBS
A fine lot of Imported German Canary Birds.
930.00 Druggist Theo. F. Kluttz, Salisbury. N. C. Every male bird guaranteed to be a gawd
and ask him of its wonderful success ainona singer-
his customers. Two doses will relieve the ?rT
worst ease. If vou have no faith in any
25.00 1 medicine just buy a Sample Bottle of Bos-
cbev s German .Syrup for 1U cents and try it.
Regular aise Bottle 75 cents. Don't neg
lect a coueft to save 75 euts.
Price for male birds R feasale $150.
pair; a singing bird and nice case for
$o,50. Bird and cages sent to all parts of the
country oy express.
No. 810 Msin Street Richmond, Virginia.
Ikor. lo two una.
There i in the possession of Mr. Paul Peeler
of this county a copper coin bearing the distinct
date of 17, making it about 1858 years old, one
side exhibits an ancient harp sod the other
the ancient Sphinx.
L. BUANDSON, hQ., of Kaleigli, is a
go-ahead manalways doing something
good. He has got oat a very neat N. C
AlinAnac now. fult of interesting matter.
The calculations were made by Rev. B.
The Scientific American explods the story
going the rounds of the press, recently, rep
resenting that the spittle of a human being
was a deadly poison t poisonous snakes.
put into their tn tuths ; hut not poisonous to
otnsr Kinuaoi snakes
Dried Sugar Corn and Peas at.
A. PARKER S.
We call ppecial attention to the ad. of
yitmn. Bell & Bro. They are d:iily in re
ceipt of itomcthing new and bc.tiuifnl in the
Jewelry line. We were shown by them yes
terday, four beauiiful cluster Diamond Rings
of daxsling brillianey ;
pint painted ud porcel;iii
For the enaoina vear. th Illia Hm
at the residence of the bride's father by A. W. on corner of Church and Bank Streets occupied
Kluttz, Esq., Mr. Nlmrod M. Barger to Mias by Mrs. Wheeler, and the Dwelling House on
In Gold Hill Township, November the lSth,
Sarah Jane E. Eller, all of Rowan
By Rev. R. L. Brown, st the residence of
Nathan Brown, and on the 4th day of Novem-
I trci, win, .ui, iwyici vurt, pu. jure.
By the same at his residence, and on the 25th
-r , 1 7Q I of November, 1875, Mr. Tobias Holeshouser
' "- " 1 J U Cam
Bank Street, lately occupied by Robt. Knox.
ivq D. A. DAVIS.
Nov. 25 75. 4 Una.
Jas. Ballard, sharpening atreet )
On motion the Board then adjourned.
P. B. KENNEDY.
end Miss Senors C. Ribelin, all of Rowan Co
FACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE, is
the largest, and oldest eatablUhed ia Salisbory.
Ki.b TTZ S DRUG STORE, is pre
pared to duplicate any Merchant's or
Physician's Bill, booght aoywhero in
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE, has
dona, is doing, and intend Q do the
largest Drug trade ia this notjea of the
KLUTTZ'8 DRUG STORE
is the place to toy anything that roc
want from a Corn plaster, to a $7 bos d
perfumery, t rom c paper of Lampblack
to a thousand pounds of White Lead.
From a dose of Castor Oil to a hundred
ounces of Quinine Frosa a tooth pick
to a Poehet Book. No brsgcin either,
but solid facts. To pro re it. call on. or
1 h 175 WIU bUTODe r Coocentsted write to THEO. F. KLUTTZ
'W LJ " Wboleeale & Retail Drueeist.
ENNIS5' ft.ii.bnrV v r
warded far IK
HOLM AV ACCttt AJBCB
One beautiful Saturday I
Pome parties are inquiring whether there
will be another "baby show" st the next fsir.
Taej say the President ought to give notice"
in time; they only had one day's notice at the
lint fair. They propose at least ayear s notice.
Important to (arrangers:
On the 12th day of Oct., 1874, the Execu
tive Committee of Kentucky State Grange
adopted the Remington Sewing Machine for
the various Subordinate Granges in Ken
tucky, as well worthy of their consideration
and purchase. Since that time, large num
bcrsot machines have been sold to members
of the Older throughout the State, and the
number is rapidly increasing. Every ma
chine is fully warranted for five years, and
r. . t .
ny a rcsponsioie company, xvery mac nine
sold is guaranteed to give uill satisfaction,
or the purchaser has the privilege of return-
ino k. i Arit ixcine Kiour. journal,.
frfThese Machines are on exhibition and
for sale by J. A. CLODFELTER & CO.,
7:4t Saljsbury,.N. C.
FxttEWELii. Rev. Leo. W. Crawford preach
ed a farewell sermon tj his congregation here
on last Sabbath, as that closed the Conference
year. Mr. Crawford has faithfully and accep
tably served his people for three succeiwive
years now, and we but echo .their unanimous
feeling, when we express the hope thatfhe will
be returned to this . place for another year,
which will complete the limit of the pstntorate
according to the rules of the M. E. Church.
Re has not only endeared himrf to his own
aln some beautiful people, but lo the general community as well,
Gir(, go see them, and hi transfer to another field will be a
matter of general regret.
as at a
school celebration : and there were lots of 1 Floub market stocked best fam.
girls there, and jast as pretty as any
kneed of. Well by and by we got to
playing. It was no trouble for me to
December 2, 1875.
fkyrrnx moderatclv brisk. Middlings. 12
low do 11 Ik Ordeb To CLOSE OUT BUSINESS-
Wheat good demand at
Corn market well supplied
Meal moderate demund at
10lli Owing to the had health of Mr. Robert
$3.00 Murphy, senior partner, we have reduced the Cojo
2.75 prices on all our goods, aud will lor the next I
ITS JUST AS EASY.
DBEXEL'S. HOYT8, and Hi sglbiak
WRIGHT'S. LUBIXS. and all
1.001.15 siit j days sell AT COST, any article ia our other Handkerchief Extracts .
Onions in demand
Cabbage full market per lb.
Tpe New York Observer. This
best ot family newspapers is as fresh and
iuteresting, now in its fifty-third year, as
play. I went rannmg. after a pretty girl, Sweet Potatoes readily at
i . . i 1 1 j mi Irish do according to qual
and somehow she fell down eawballopc on qats
the ground. I waited until she got up, Butter scarce,
then I went up and took hold of her and CiucKEs-pcr dozen
S v a . -I .a-v
said. Are you hurt. "No air. she
Well so things went on. By and by
night begun to come on. Well I wanted
to slay with some mans child that night,
and how could i fix it to do so.
Well there was a frieud of mine there.
Well I fixed away to get to stay with
one. in olaviuir rtner. I taned a e irl. aod
a w j ' a o r
it was a pretty one too. She ran after
me, and I let her catch me. Then I said
If Mr. and I stay here until night
suppose we come dowuthere tonight.
"Well," said she. Well by and by the
time come to go home. Well what do
you think ? My girt aud her sister went
and crawled into a greAt big wsgon which
stood there. Will sir, my companion and
i got ia the old wagon too. Away we
went. Finally, we got to a road where
the girls had to get out of the wagon.
But the girls did not only get out, for my
companion an 1 got out too. Away we
went ap the lane with our girls. We
store, for Cssh. Ouristoek eousists of
HATS & CAPS.
BOOTS. SHOES dee.
Ws have also TWO FINE SHOW
CASES, sis ft long
Call to see as sod get bargains.
B. Ac A. MURPHY.
Nov. 18, It.
At RXUTTZ-S Drug Stars.
Wash ani lie Clean !
LUMBER ! LUMBER !!
sigOc'i i S'sii i j " lf 1
Medals m4 Dapis-
lara. A. J.
W X m I K.I Ithe bes
pses of J ewet rr
AN OUTFIT FREE
We ful sosm am in wvmry ni. t -ordeva
ssss danvar as4a ssre al aa4 mtkmV
aal C O. D. Haas. Lrm eash Tmh
did chaocs ia every aileAirtiil far thsAgK
parsaa of eiiaer ssz, vwwag or oM. ft mjn
HALL A CO, T. 1
r H at assss
fAiinhs r IJ - n
. v ri . . . m
ARV ALL I QUA! IMnf AH KM,
WILLS' CARBOLIC TABLETt
PUT UP ONLY tH BLUE BOXES.
inhere is to be a "buby show" at the aext ever before; and, indeed, we think it
fsir, let it be known now. If the President
will inform us we will let it be known.
more so. . Its letters alone are worth
more than the sebcription price of the
naner. ft reDudtatee all offers of nreminraa.
Tersoxai.. We were glad to see in town . - . ,
B I nM.nnia -fro and MnAI (ft if nat rnm m
. . - . . . . I u.wao. . v ira w-avaa aa
fiinnir iho ni -ratftlr niir -MMM mMSd and fnrmpr r
Wlow-townsmsn Dr. C. A. Henderson, now of fua7 newspaper of the largest
Orsaaille S. C. The Dr. looks well, and as if dimensions, containing all the decirahle
Um world was prospering with him. Also, news, religious and secular, and an eud
Cspt. J. E Moose, now of New York, and jeM variety of reading for young and old,
Cspt. W. C. CouRhenoui, and Mr Wm. Mesrea al which is pure and good- Every
family should have it. For specimen
copies, addreas 6. I. Prime &0o., New
Jr. from Baltimore.
Be in time and Insure your
Buildings, Merchandise, Dwellings, Barns.
WHOLESALE CASH pBICES.
Raleigh, November 30, 1375.
FLOUR, North Carolina $S 50 a $6.75.
OORM MEAL, 1.05.
BACON, N. C. hps ronnd, 17.
M " hsms 20.
HIDES, green, 7 a 8.
FODDER, baled, new $1.25.
HAY, N. C. baled, gootl. L00.
nmisv)ik. AuTembsr A). loltmi steauv;
Baltimore, November 30. Cotton quiet;
Wilmihoton, NoTemlier 50. Cotton firea
and nominal ; middlings 12;.
Talial Properly for
tor. STUtuwo. Powcixr, CaaaoLic. and
ifty other kinds of Toilet Soapa, at (rocs 5
to 75 eeats a cake.
At KLUTTZ'8 Drug Store.
IN SALI8BTY, K. C.
Iotendiug t change my residence. I now
offer for sale uiv dnellina hous and lot
1. r ! J V i n mi
wiirre i rremw on JQUISS OI. 1 Ue
house is Ura. well built and plenty of room.
1 here is also a good Urge kltcbea. two
sinuke houses, food dairy, wood well, first-
rate garden. Sue front and back yard, and
plenty or shade trees. Also my vacant lot
in rear of Msjor Coles' hKse. shout an acre.
This property is valuable and coiivaoiaot-
ly situated. Persons desiring further iufur
tnatmn can obtain it by rail, of on or ooss
muuieatiiig with the uuderbigned.
Nov. 1. 4u
T PAYS every Manufacturer. Merchant,
Mecbsuir. Inventor, r-arir.er. or frofes-
It Pays ! It Pays ! 1
soou got home. After we bad got there sional man. to keep informed on all the im
a .Wh. I .o.ehl , iW and won, O't tXf"."."', la
Tt Ll .1 . a . a . . . . . . -
uufc. o came wnn ute gin?, ichi 4, tnduee into his houseboM a newspaper tnsi
uyec and that is all, said be." Supper
came on, after we ate, we were all in the
larg room, sitting around the fire. Well Til RP.IFMTIFIf. AMFR.CAN
something had to be done. Wa had to Whi.h DQb,iihed weekly fur the
get to bed, er hug the old mans dang ten. last thirty years, does this, to an extent be-
Well the time came on. Now for it. yeud that of auy other publieatiou. in lact it
... . , , - , , is the only weekly paper published in the
Finally the old man got up and took the Dnited States, devoid lo Manufactures,
lamp aud invited us to bed. Anytime, Mechanics, Inventions, and New Discoveries
said I. But h, psban, chu, such a way ,n n ArU and ?f luc7' . ... . ,
.. . , r ,, . Every number is profusely illustrated and
did not suit me se well, nut ww went 1 :..,..... .mu. tw. i.t.t nA mni in.
is instructive, one that fosters a taste for
isvestiaatioo, and promotes thought and
encourages discussion among the members
Movements of Cotton in Raleigh.
and Contents, by calling at the Insurance
iMC-A . f T A l-Lufla V2 a raM nmnX-jK a.nAS.nAS
'v .ni - n itM 1 n . .v . Receipts oi cottou for the week ending
First Class Co's. (Home and Foreieh) whose U. ,., 1D,e , mm .i r Z.
aggregate assets esceed Thirty Million Dol
lars. Nov. 4th 1875.
Nov. 27th, 1875, 1,894 bales ; for same
week last year, 1590 bales ; increase in
receipts for week this, 304 bales ; whole
receipts since 1st Sept, to date, 20,568
An altercation between Columbus Jones, bales ; corresponding: time last year, 14.-
2 white, sod Henry James, colored, at Hickory, 813 bales ; increase in receipts p to date,
over into another, .room. We talked a
little, aud I told my friend that I must go
out, so I left my friend ta there aad I
tereetiot. information nertaiuiug to the In
dastrial, Mechanical, and Scientific Progress
of the World; Deseriotions, with Beautiful
Easnraviuffs, of New Inventions, New Im
went out. I wanted to hug the old mans plements. New Processes, and Improved In-
i.i u 1 ..- . . fti .. dustries of all kiuds; Useful Notes, Kecei pea.
child. I went out on the steps of the portico fSSStM AdvioeJ.y Practical Vri-
and looked through the window into the ten. for Workmen and Employers, in all the
room at tue firts. There they were.
j - sr
My girl was lighting a candle. Then 1
N. C, on the 22d Nov., resulted in the death
of James. Jones, sccording to the statement
The market during the week has been
ef the facts as reported, was altogether in fault, vary active with orders for all good oot
snd onjht to be punished. He had not been 1 ton offering at fuU prices pnecs iron
12$ to 12 if, danog ttie week, bat owing
to the unfavorable reports from New
captured, at last accoonts.
Debatimo Ci.CBS.It is snggested that York aud Liverpool our market closes at
the members of the Debating Clubs st Oak w,th fre
Torrsst, Franklin and H.nes' organise and e nave uu some aays wet, ana uuiav
and prepare themselves for debate.
Some persons in Salisbury who generally
th-lds. Ualeigh News.
psrUeipste and others who enjoy these de- MEErlSQ 0F THE BOARD OF TOWN
Salisbury, N. C, Nov. 27th, 1875.
3 o'clock, P. M.
A regular meeting of the Board of Town
TT ' 1 1 A . ...
nomoie uutrage: tnere are some
things almost too horrible to relate, and some
people who sadly exemplify the truth of the Commissioners was held st the Mayor's office,
esctrbe of total depravity. It affords the re- Present, J.J.Stewart, Mayor, and of the
porter no pleasure to chronicle such cases as Boanl, Owimiaiioners Mock, Meroney, Vsn-
be following. One day last week a human dotSnidcr. Iarker, -toharft, McNe-Uy
nnd, Jim Boyden, s colored man living upon
k plantation of Mr. A. H. Boyden in this
COlintV. Olltmrcit 1 In. r-a.aw.ir. r.fl ,l.,k
mmmm .rrLrmr MUttk Uiant" fire engine from Rode Hill.
... tUi ucu. .11111 111 10 in a uiue nas noi . 1 r
n arrested. About two weeks ago his wife ; and with a view of purchasing the same if
i;- . . ...
The minutes of the proceeding meeting
were read and approved.
Ordered : That the I own pay freignt on
1 . .
meu from the eflects of a kick in the abdomen
from this mnnx.nr Bli. K,.; In . .r
-..-..., w.... .a. . c.f..v v. 1
Prfnsncy at the time. We learn further that M2ZrZltmZ W
lilt UlU i 1IC JllllUin.
of his children died, I Ordered : That when Goats ai
sell one of
snd Oeese are
tout two years ago one
nnder sncli circumstances ss to lead stron-.lv found on the streets they shall be impound
o the suspicion that he had brutally beaten it . end thai the.owners thereof shall pay a
m. w. J I fi . f.. ,Ana -o r ffAw I .nnfe onI larititt.
fine of fifty cents each for Goats, snd twenty
five cents eacli for ueese.
The spplication of Wm. Davis for the post-
Hging Is too good for such a fiend incar-
nte- He ought to be cut to pieces and burned tioa of Sexton was laid on tbe table.
uThe Boys in Grey.
The application' of Abner Owen, Esq., far
building a fence around the Public school
House was referred to the Board of Township
'ri. n-i-iiilM nn rorit Jner Mnvnr'n office.
na..... . j - . . 1 u """""" m ,
th ' "u.1 unnre me uoys, wno wore ...j iinll9e for Vjre Engine Ac. reported progress
7 :,:H,V.n not for the grey alone. nr.iA. That the Tax Collector be. and he
Zn.mm nooie. chivalrous hearts that beat u u :A ,n nmifv tax iavers t
mtA i a
J2?r-t. They commanded the admiration of
Jte and the brave in every land. Puthw Oo, j ?ir
1 2lw1Kn,1Lfin4!hea1 enveloped in grey bair "tmlfL
'iSLVIew. Weaniovladmira- jYSfi
mu nothmir in nnr nna-.n. t& i. r. B. tve
ure it than pretty hair. If old
or sorrow baa robbed you of it.
It"P,ritTi great t
ggggB tw aJselyts cf weefy dr
is hereby instructed to notify tax payers that
fail to pay their taxes on or neiore in
if December next, tnai meir proper
Ivird on and sold.
Kennedy wes appointed a committee
. mm m 1 . t L. ?-.!:
tmlatsn ' ""-l'," ".pperance is more ca;. tmmammmA th TowBa intre8t in tne Sslis-
ilZr"?rI' ? burv 6as Liaht Co. and to collect dividends Ac
Ordered : that policemen be, and are hereby
forbidden to visit bar rooms.
The following resolution was then adopted ;
varions arts, fonnios; a complete rencttoiy
of New Inventions and Discoveries; contaiu
iug a weekly record not only of the progress
went to the entry door, and watched the f the Industrial Arts in our own country, but
passage. Just as they SMM oat Into the fho of all New Discoveries and Inventions
"V-'lj ' I k .fVaA.a.l. VLmmmmm
want and walked by her and) M AbrQ4k4.
said so-sethitig ta her and want an out as
if to eat soaaewater. I came back and
she was there yet, we said a few words
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN has
been the foremost of all industrial nublica
tions for the past Thirty Years. It is the
oldest, laraest. and cheapest, and the best
Ki?8 8 OrU T I 0 N !
The Firm of K lulls, Oraham A Rendleraan
has tin- dav (Sent Sloth. 1876.1 dissolved bv
limitation, snd they hereby give notice to all
indebted to Mid Firm lo call and arttle their
account without delav, as they are very aaz-
! . -i . ft 1 r .. a
iuw 10 viu-c nit LHiPiuoa-i 01 me anove r una
Ther return their sincere thanks for the very
liberal patronags given them by the gaoeroua
KLUTTZ. GRAHAM US NDLEMAW.
Oct 14. lb Smos
A ROYAL SHE.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar,
Only 5 Cents.
IT DRIVES AWAY CARE, ill PfTS
Tom ia a Good Htmer.
Also. All popular brands ai fross S to
At KLUTTZ'8 Dm Store.
iFor Your St estleun1
I Haw ettfter ass aa.
love and afffctioas of any
inclantlv. Ttua wavple, a
Hinu U Ladiaa. Wrddlng-Mgfct SMn. Ac
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THE SUNNY SOUTH !
The Largest and Hand
somest Literary Paper in
Are now reviving their Urge stock of Fall
Goods, consisting of
aad many othr articles which they are en
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Come and examine our stock before pur-
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guaranteed or money refunded.
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and we passed into another room, and liceekhj illustrated papr devoted to Euginet,r
it happened to be the diuing room.
we did not bother the vhnalr for we dad
somethinf. else to attend to. 8hertly af
u I ing. Mechanics, Chemistry, New Iu vent ions.
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OCICUUC SUU 1UUUDU laal & iwitaai j.uuncuvu
iu the World.
The practical receipts are well worth ten
Aud tor tne
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.Merchants, r srmers. Mechanics. Cngi-
came iu there. My friend had left the
lamp burning, o tbej went in that room.
They said "be was in the bed trim hi ing. "
Tbey were in there a while and then
went borne. But I wss alright.
Weil next day vac sondey. 80 we
were not in a Lurry about goiog bome. I College and School. A new
nn innibv than two cirla H.lrnl mnA 1 UietiCeS JdliUary 1st, 1876.
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were there 10 tbe room. I, wishing to gi Husdeeu Enoravinos7 Thou
bare a chat with my girl , I got up and sands of volumes are preserved for binding
neers, Inventors, Marnfacturers, Chemists.
Lovers of Science, and People of all Profes
sions, will find the Scientific Amkrican
useful to them. It should have s place in
every Family, Library Study, Office, and
Counting Room; in every Heading Kootn.
vi. lame coin-
gave ber tbe bint aud we went into an
other room, and that left the other two
alone. When we got ready lo ge home,
we just went right through tbe field,
ci eck-bottoms across tbe creek through
tbe woods and right on. My friend said
"after I went out of the room witb mv Foreign Patents, and have tbe largest
' I n;i - a u r .
lao.isnineui in me wuna. -raure man any
and reference. Terms f l tSO a year by mail.
including postage. Discount to Clubs
Special circular giving Club rates sent free.
r a - ... zal t-.a C tn --
oingie Copies maiiea uu icceip. ui iu ceui
May he had of all News Dealers.
ninpirniCI In connection with the Sci
iMiinilJ. entific American, Messrs
Mu nx A: Co., are Solicitors of American and
girl, that bis gill weut out and stuck pret
ty blossoms ou ber bead." He said "he
was going back again." He said, "we
thousand applications have been made for
patents tbroegb their agency.
Patents are obtaiued on tbe best terms.
Models of New Iuventions and Sketches ex
a , , , , I muaftma UI luicutiuaa auu BMWUa Sft
would to o -ether until toward last then mujiBed aud ad.iet frew. A tpecitil Uolice u
we would go one at a tune." But I bare
never knowu of bim being there since.
a , I assws aseasaswa eaasws iwafaaaww va auv a o.ruvrr.
yea wish to bug a mans daughter p.,enU are often sold ia part or wble to
woo docs not want you to do so, be cun I persous attracted to the invention by such
made in tbe Scientific American of all In ven
tions Patented through this Agency, with
the name and residence ot tbe Patentee.
ning about it, and always keep tbe good
will of tbe girl. .
J knew thai It Mi
notice, send for fsmpnlet, containing ful
directions for obtaining Patents. A bound
volume containing the Patent Laws, Census
Nor. 22 1873. . U S'' u 1 42 .huSr V1 Mechan
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am wsvyviuruw a s iw ww icuici
Address for the Paper, or concerning Pat-
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