North Carolina Newspapers

    Carolina Watchman.
LOCAL.
DECEMBER 16, 1875.
v..- the time to take stock in the
Building Lose Association. A New
i. Wing -
xt, () W. Atwell, of Mt. UlU town-
recently mncn a pir seven monins
Who cm beat u?
...
old tbat weighed 265.
(ItujsTM.v3 Good At the Bookstore,
j k II. Horah'H, Bell & Bro's., Bingham &
Co'i, Meroney's, &c.
Broke hit teg. Mr. Tolriaa Lents had
thii mi-fortune, to break nw icr wnue nuioau
ins a bale of cotton a few day since.
oildino aud Loan. The annual
report of the Secretary will soon be ready
for distribution. The books are now open
for the reception of stock, aa a new aeries
will be issued between this sod the first
Monday in January, 1875.
i
sound more sweetly then than ever before
her form appeared more graceful, her
lives, the South will play a part in sba-1
pine ieioia won s uco n u mm nut piayeu
sparkled with more brilliancy audthe hiving since I860. The leading members from
amilee which rested on her tweet lipe made tnat section have great faith ia the Dem-
her look more like the essence of matritnonv oc'a,lc PnJ lt PnJ Wlnett to
t . i. r
Burt by a Cotton ttin. Mastor David
ftM.nofWm. P. Watson, Esq.. of
W iiwu
IKike township, had a leg frightfully mangled
by s cotton gin one day last week.
Most Out. The year is dyiag fast. If
joa owe auything now is the time to pay it.
Eipecially remember your printer and your
preacher.
"
See nofieeofllillsboro Military Academy.
in another column. Mr. Horner has witt-
i,ri, from this Institution on account of
kU health; hut it is understood. will not be
detrimental to the school. '
Pastor Called We learn that St.
John's Lutheran Church of this place have
invited Rev. Dr. Doech of Charleston, S. C,
to visit and preach for them at an early day,
with a view of securing his services as their
pastor. Dr. Doacb's reputation as a learned
and eloquent divine, precedes him. and we
trust that be may be induced to accept the
pastorate or St. John's.
Shiloh Grange. At a meet in cr of this
body on the 11th, after the ordinary routine
of business, they heard interesting public
aaareases trora Kev. J. U. Demy, Capt. Craw
ford, James F. E. Brown, and others. The
Orange then elected the following board of
oracere ior me next year, via:
J. W. Fisher, master ; D. Kluttz, overseer;
l. a. Yi ebb. lecturer : W. 8. Brown, stew
ard : P. A. Richer, a. s. steward : M. L.
Brown, chrtplain; W. M. Balev. treasurer:
A. L. Peeler, secretary ; H. M. Brown, gate-
Keeper ; jars. u. u. Lyerfy, Ceres ; Miss Mary
Gardner, Pomona; Mrs. D. Kluttz, Flora;
Jtias . a. Hartman, A. Steward.
The ceremonies of the occasion dosed
with a feast, and a pleasant social chit chat.
sweetened with the tincture of blushes than
anything else. I tried to say something.
but my tongue clove to the roof of my mouth
reform the evils of (iovernmeut and put
the country on the road to prosperity.
They insist that it shall be a party of ae
tinA Tt twuilrl rmilnv it nnfr in ika
fust bowed and left, but when I got home House, they say, to prow to the country
was worse off than ever. I couldn't get that ft is worth v ef full confidence, that it
her out.of my mind to save me. I could n 't I is bold and aggressive, as well as prudent
sleep nor eat anything much for some time. and conservative, and tbat it has a dis-
so I made up my mind to tell her something tiuctive policy which it is not afraid to
aooutmy teetings. So ou Saturday evening w ""' w e reruici oi we pcopie in
1 put on my best clothes and went to the D ":a,u"" wcuwi. u. view
old woman's house;
Maggie was gone
1 . J i mm , .
aooui iwo miles d. l started and went to i.r j
.mr m vn i '- ymmtm miu III VIMS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I0TICE.-Having retired from the Wattk-
man, I will thank all those indebted to me
for advertising or otherwise to come forward
and settle promptly.
J.J. 81AWAK1.
civhic uuu weui w iue .. - , . .
s, when I got there Miss W" WX? nJm "vc"" -day
. . v. by a distinguished man - from one of the
to set up by a sick man. G7ttlf Sla.CJlf He said that iu the DCmo-
ana went w . n ,,fArm nMt .nd i 1
the sick follows houe too, and got there utterancea of the reai Democratie U.d
after dark. When 1 went inI had my mouth era of former daya would be found the
u iw w io miss xnajrvie. i urmcinies w i c iuhv meei vue nreaen.
Wood evening Miss Maggie!' said I, at the demands of the people. 1 bus the theory Em)
FOR SALE :
130 Acres of Land
Four miles south of Salisbury,
00 acres of which ia TIMBERED land, and
will be sold low down for cash.
Apply to D. R. JULIAN.
Salisbury, Nov. 25. 1875. 4t
KIM'S COLUMN.
TO RENT.
For the ensuing year, the Dwelling House
en corner nl Church and Bank Street occupied
1 W IP1 I 1 ... TV IH
or mm. tf nceier, ana ine uweuin? noDK on
Bank Street, lately occupied by Robt Knox.
r Jsr 9
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FACTS! FACTS!! FACTS 1 ! 1
HEW ADVERTI8EMKFT
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
n A T aaswsjt at
Jt L DIMO
WarreaSuM.T.
Hew Books ea BTJIL
BICXKBLL A 00.
Nw
same time taking her by the hand aa 1
thought, H isn't Maggie," said the gal.
'she's in tother room," and when I come to
look what do you think why bless God, I
bad the 'yaller gel' what cooked, by the
band, soueesing it like all wrath. I tried to
make some apologies; told them the Tight
blinded me so I couldn't see, and all that.
of civil service reform was enunciated hv
S 11 . v . .
Lainoun and lenton m tneir speeches
pointing out the evils of concentrating
power and patronage iu the hands of the
Executive, and the true principles of cur
rency were expounded by a long line of
Democratic statesmen. In fact, there
was scarcely a public question of the day,'
ne saiu, ior wnicn the correct solution
Nor. 25 '76.-4
D A. DAVIS.
1 A Pt buy one Box of Coneeutated
Id Uli.
Lye at
A Biz Dollar Horae. Positive fact A
horse kiiIU on the stieets at public auction last
n . I., f f,,r diilr si T llol '.AT. An mar kn
5aiuiuj i -j - mmm mm
vill walk after this, when riding material is so
cheap ouilit to ho indicted for contrariness.
SwiuBixu orr Time is almost here. If all
the pledges, promises, vows, and reformations
which will be made on Now Tear's day be
kept, won't it he awful on the whiskey, cigar
and tobacco trade f 111
Important to Arrangers :
On the 12th day qf Oct, 1874, the Execu j
tive Committee of Kentucky State Grange
adopted the Remington Sewing Machine for 1
" the various Subordinate Granges in Ken
tucky, as well worthy of their consideration
and purchase." Since that time, large num
bers of 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 tove years, and
by a responsible company. Every machine
sold is guaranteed to give full satisfaction,
or the purchaser has the privilege of return -
inj it Louuvtlle (Mir. Journal.
These Machines are on exhibition and
for sale by J. A. CLODFELTER & CO..
7:4t Salisbury,. C.
but it didn't do any good at all. They all could not be found iu the principles ot the
begad to laugh and kepi on laughing. Final- old-time Democracy. The luminaries of
ly one big mouthed gal laughed aud squalled the past bad only to be looked to for light
so loud she scared the old man into a fit.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
Prices Reduced
U Order To CLOSE OUT BUSINESS
Owing to the bad health of Mr. Robert
"POCKBTFULL OF ROCKS." ilr. Robt.
Harris slaughtered a hog last week, which
bid in its maw between a pint and a quartof
mrks as large as hickory nuts. Rather
oJJ.
Grand lodge ol colored mason's is in session
here. It met on Tuesday last, and indulged
in a big public procession on Wednesday. The
its pretty well dressed, and shine out in
their rt'iralia, like night made luminous by the
stem.
. . r
Commissioner h meeting. we are re-
(i.-.-tfi to state that a special1 meeting of the
fa8 Commissioners will he held at the
Mayor's limes on Friday evening uext at
three o'clock. Important besiuess Jo be
trausncteil.
AaaKSTBD. John Quiucy Adams Bryant
i f llalfigh, was arrested here several days
a, and held until the RaMtfh Chief of
l'.dit-e came for him. J. Q. A. II- is a hard
mel villain.
The old woman (who was lying in bed in
the same room) jumped up and ia her fright
ran against the eradel rocker, knocked some
of the nails off of her toes, aud at the same
time turned the cradle top side down spilling that nothing should be doue tending in
two littlegbrats on the floor. This shock was the remotest way to impair the financial
so unexpected it seared the little chaps al- honor and credit of the nation. They
most to death and they set up a yelling loud desired to go upon record early in the
enough to be heard a milej I tell yoo that 8M,n " P',r declaration to that
was the worst time I've ever seen in my life. ft5Ct Iwhlch ,WC"ld1 ?!ei an PPeu-
The gal. and boys laughing because I shook "u" IT'r . fZ 1 'AT. "
, - . . . I "wit" wj wutj uudiic crtunore
rTQ no nl tho kohiaa rnllinrr m Ka I.
to guide the party on itt future career. Murphy, senior partner, we have reduced the
In answer to a question as to the attitude priees on all our goods, and will fur the next
. . . . . . I .,:. .1 11 ki. oron JJ. t
ot toe ooiiluern delegation toward the na
tional debt, be was very positive in his
assurance tbat all the Democratic mem
bers from the South were determined
sixty days sell AT COST, aay article in our
tore, for Cash. Onr stork consists of
DRY GOODS,
NOTION'S.
HATS 4c CAPS.
BOOTS. SHOES Ace.
We have also TWO PINE 8H0W
CASES, six feet long
Call to see us and get bargains.
R. & A. MURPHY.
Nov. 13. 4t.
KLUTTZ S DRUG 8T0RE, is
the large, and oldeat Ublihed in Salisbury-
KLDTTZ'S DRUG 8TORE, is pre
pared to duplicate any Merchant's or
Physician's Bill, bought anywhere in
Christendom.
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORE, has
done, is doing, aud intends to do. the
largest Drug trade in this section of the
State.
KLUTTZ S DRUG STORK
a . a
is is plate to ouy anything tbat yon
want from a Corn plaster, to a $7 box of
perfumery. From a paper of Lampblack
to a thousand pounds of White Laud
From a dose of Castor Oil to a hundred
ounces of Quinine. From a tooth pick
to a Pocket Book, No bragging either,
but solid facts. To prove it. call on, or
write to TUEO. F. KLUTTZ
Wholesale ic Retail Druggists,
Salisbury, N. 0.
MIND BEAD! NO, PS TCHOM A NO Y,
FASCINATION Baud Ctmrsaasaj, Mat
meriatav and Marriage Guide, shswiag hew
either sex may sarins tc aad gain the love auti
aflectioa of any person they choose lasts ai Ij
400swsa. BysaaUeOcu. Boot A Ce- T
S. 7ih 8L. Phihu, Fa. HUw.
i lJiUldevoU wl
Waoted. Geed 'inn
king money, to parties who
bote or part of tuatemsetl-
inc our Tea. Liberal remmiaaiui
for tense. P. O. Box AGO. linear
caw Tba Co., SI A SS Vesey Bu, N. Y. 4w
Company are now rennrantaing their general
ratrntk men may ecu re the con
trol of all sales ia
article. A pern
he snoaW to pav tAtOu mm
. A. LUMPKIN, i'roddent.
4 M7 Kede Street. New York.
the nigger's hand the babies rolling in tbe
floor the old woman keeled over with the
blood running out of her feet and the old
abroad. He hoped to see an uncquivoca
resolution adopted by tbe unanimous
of tbe Democratic members of Congress
3 Tdial Property fir
man trotmng at tbe moutn with a ht. How- that would pot it out of the power of
ever, that all blowed over after awhile. Tbe the Republicans to charge the Democrat-
old man got over his fit, the old woman got her "5 party with favoring any measure look
toes tied up. and some of the gals got the two ,n6 dually or indirectly to repudiation.
brats to sleep again. All was quiet now
only them confounded gals and boys would
Rontc Agent W If. O- & II We
are glad to learn tbat Capt. Jim. A Ramsey
h.Hlc(Mi appointed to tho above position. He
hu faithfully served his party, and for a long
time without reward. We have uo doubt but
that he will msko a most efficient agent.
Cabarrus Court. We glean from
the Charlotte Democrat the following
proceedings at Concord :
"The negro man. Randolph Sutton,
moved from Mecklenburg, charged
with burglary in breaking into the
Store of Mr Cooper in Steel Creek,
this county, was tried on Thursday
and convicted, and sentenced to be
hanged on Friday, the 21st day of
w - 1 ...
January. io appeal was taken to
the Supreme Court, as there was noth
ing, in the opinion of his able counsel,
to appeal from.
Alexander Neely, for attempted
rape on a white woman, was convicted
and sentenced to 15 years in the Pen
itentiary
Nisbet, white, for stealing bacon,
was sentenced to 10 years in the Pen
itentiary. The case of Miesemer, from Rowan,
charged with killing his step-mother,
was removed to Iredell. The cost to .-id i all at one Mis Mhi mv I ,i.
Rowan will ultimately be oonsidera- dress you upon the subject of matrimo.iy ?
Bless her little soul she was scared a heap
worse than I was. She bluahed, said she
didn't know sir. and at the same time sprung
CONCORD. 1 ahead like she was going to run. Just as
Messrs. Editors: Bavins: a little business in Con-1 she made her sprine. she stamut her toe and
com lasv. i uiaue a nj
ana :
IN 8ALISBTY, N. C.
Some of our Radical contemporaries
keep gigiing in spite of everything. During M T p? "Confederate Brig. There is al a goo.1 large kil
.11 it- ad,r, ,n Congress. Well, tell how RU)ok houses, good dairy, good
the time all this row was going on Miss union Brigadiers there are iu the rata garden, fine front and hael
HOMEOPATHIC.
FAMILY MEDICINE CASES aanBOOOL
giving plain directions for their ww, are a
ty in every vail regalatrd
Not only will a timely ahwe of Urn kasSeatsd
HoaMsopathic remedy often eat aborts anises
jaSakhn L -i m n lis una ef he-
Bag ante, in
rti.
Illoatcated Price UaSe, saw) atosnp la
BOKRICKE ft TAFEL
BAIT: V0RE HOM (BOP A TB IC PHAKMACT.
W ItS Weat Faef te BtresA.
SMELL GOOD.
IT8 JU8T AS EASY.
DREXElS. nOYT'S. and Huxocaun
Clognea. WRIGHTS. LUBIN8. and all
other Handkerchief Extraeta.
At KLUTTZ S Drag Store.
W IX I r l U hes
m W AVaVm mi Wm0 atlliag
Print Packaays la the world. It ceetaias ll
aheeU paper, 16 eavilopsay golaca Pen. Pea
Holder, Pencil, patent Yard Minimi and a
niece of Jewelry. SiagAe narfcag a with vWgaat
Priae. postpaid 2.'. C ircular uoe. LEIDE
A iXX. 799 Broad war, N. Y. 4 w
AN OUTFIT FREE
Maggie came in , but I didn't say anything
to her then of course. But after a while the
chickens begun to crow, then ray heart be
guu to flutter about like a churn dasher, be
cause I intended to go home with that gal
sure, so before day she got ready to go, and
I asked her if I might see her home. She
smiled and stid yes sir. Now you see the
rest of the old wctnau's gals was ahead a ith
some fellows and I and Miss Maggie walked
a good ways behind. I tried my beat to say
some sort of eourtin words to her. but some
how I couldn't think of anything hardly, and
when I thought of anything to say. some-
iny union liugadiers
Whiskey Bing, signficautly asks the Plenty of shad trw
Louisville Ledger
Remember This.
Now is the time of the year for Pneumonia,
Lung Fever. Coughs, ddds, and fatal re
sults of predisposi ion to Consumption and
other Throat aud Lung Disease. BoftcilEE's.
German Syrup has been ued in this neigh
borhood for the past two or three years with
out a single failure to cure. If you have
cot used this meoicine yoitrslf. go to your
Druggist Theo. F. Kluuz, Salisbury. N. C.
aud ak him of its wondu'ful success among
his customers. Two doses will relieve the
worst rase. If you have no faith in any
thing seemed to set iu my throat so I couldn't meiiiciue, just buy a Saoii Bottle of Kits-
Intending to change my residence.' I now
offer for sale my dwelling bouse and lot
where I now rwrfde on Inoias St. The
house is large, well built and plenty of room.
tchen. two
well, first-
ganlen, hue front and back yard, and
Also my vacant hit
in rear of Major Coles' house, about an acre.
This property is valuable and convenient
ly situated. Persons desiring further Infor
mat ion ran obtain it by calling on or com-
muni eating with th undersigned.
ROBERT MURPHY.
Nov. 18- 4t.
DISSOLUTION!
:U6
The Firm of Rlutts, Graham & Rend I em an
has thin day (Kept 2-lh, 1876.) dissolved by
limitation, and they hereby give notice to aU
a A a J ri . a . a
uieir
anz-
Wash anfl lie Clean !
Cashmere Boqnet, Brown Wind
nor. SrKsxrno. Poncivs. Caaaouc and
fifty other kinds of Toilet Soaps, at from 5
to 75 cents a cake.
At KLUTTZ S Drag Store.
W waMsnaneono ha nei count t to uk
orders and drlirer roods for the old aad oracJ
nal C. O. D. Hons. Larao cash .r SiW
did tbaoo in everv rwirhborbood for tWiifaftl
P r..ri oi ir mz, yoamg
new lhaa, drcolara.lsrasa.si
ml tree and post paid. Head far it at asms
J. H A LL ft CO- 4 M. J
speak. At length I made up my mind to
just quit thinking of anything for awhile,
and so I did till my throat got clear, tlteu
Be in time and Insure your
Buildiugs, Merchandise. Dwellings, Barns,
and Coutents, by calling at tbe Insurance
mce ..f J. Allen Brown, who represents
Kirat Clrss (Vs. (Home and Foreigh) whose
aggregate assets exceed Thirty Million Dol-
iars. .Nov. 4tli ICO.
The "Lani or Non." Pamphlet No.
by Vikoimius Vindrx. is mysteriously on
iurUblr. Wheu aud how it came there is
uoeznIiiiuHd. It is bitter towards tbe now-
ert that be and the late Vice President of
whom he writes ne sutor ultra crepidam.
ble, as we learn there are over 70 wit
nesses summoned.
slajf
town
nourishing trade. The merchants are principally -n4t-i,pj m in
young aud energetic men who knew precisely how snaicneu me ou my
to do a successful business. I found Court lu session I could do. Then si
ami was mucu uicaaeu wiui uie pruiuptaen awi
decision witn wnicn nis Honor, juuge scaent, ais-
found It to
trip to that cnterprt- j
as usual, aoirur a
co wo Hop she went right on the ground and
knee in spite 'of all I
she begun to holler oh !
Lord v. mi foots broke-! Poll it ! Pull It !
patched business, and congratulate the people of ' . . t . ,
that Judicial district on having a man so well wor- I grabbed it m an instant, fetched a sudden
but would advlBe transgressors of the law to keep as' lerk and as she was not heavy enough to
far out of his way as possible. I also found the bar uQi j her oogWion on tba around he slioed to
well represented by such men as Kx-Oov. Vance, no,a ner PIWn OB 4Qe grouna . ne supea to
Lieut, uot. Armueia, ueo. oamuier, as wen as our i me go suddenly tnat I COUIdU t Stand OD, So
talented townsman, James M. McCorUle, Esq., be- J . r
my
head into the causeway ditch which was
about half full of muddy water. My head
Koard, where were quite a number cl Uie lalrsex, jn tne lnod clean down to my shoulders,
nimu.it nis. :i wpII as I ranffimlMr. the following
woiw my leei was up iu ine air uoing an
they could to get my head loose. After
awhile however I got out wiped the muddy
as well as our
sides a number of others whose names I do not 1 1 went co rouse right over backwards on
rememoer.
While there it was my privilege (by mere accident)
to attend a Fancy Dress Party , given by the young
ladles of the place, at the residence of Mai. R. w! !
characters :
it.
MOSELLE FOARD, "TUB Grnrr Gmu"
ZKTA MORRISON, "FKXKCH MUUCKT Omu"
MOLUE SMITH. "Scotch Lassie.-
LAURA SMl'l'H,
Personal. We are glad to see oar eld
friend Mr. Jus. B. Beard hack to his old home
tad in bnsiu tg again. He makes bis appear
ce behind the counters of Siuithdeal & Cald
eU' hardware store, and will be glad to see
tad serve all his old friends. Mr. Beard is a
Issfctisiuess man, and will, we doubt not.
Kore s valuable auxiliary to the new firm.
HFThc attention of real estate holders
called to the advertisement of Messrs.
McKinaey & Mcllen, Land Agents. These
Rentleuicn present very highly respectable
fen-Decs, and are no doubt personally en
titled to the fullest confidence as men of
iHsnncss. Persons having valuable property
to tclLuty find it greatly to their interest
to confer with them.
-
r"tE Ksoisks Considerable Interest
WM psovuked oa Thursdav and Friday
'SltUst hy the public trial of the "Little
chemical ire engine, in the open
pac u Merony' Hall. The tost whs a
JrJ Mliafaetory one, ana proved the Little
Gnt. a most valuable thing for places where
re 18 deficient water sunnlv. It can be
gotten ready in a few minutes, is light, and
e k carried anywhere, requires but a few
to opiate it, and possesses marvelous
' extingmshiug fires. Of course it
ould n,)t he f much service io a large con
o".uu. put ior puttiug out fires when
"r'td.acovered it Is invaluable.
. ,xi.
The Verdict.
AJory,
wuerai
" FANNIE ORE. "Littlb Bo Paar."
- At; N ES l'HIFER, "Aukoka."
" ROSE PHIFER, "EvawrNO."
Theouni tomea werel 8Urted b6k 10
and looked so well tbi.t It would be very hard to de- a a r'. knflU fall lui.rmin nocr tr. cmn
clde who was the Belle of tue occasion. I could go '
on and give a more elaborate aecouut of some ot the
characters, but to do the subject anything like Jus
tice would be tedious to you and your readers, i
will add, however, that there were a sufficient num
ber of iianasome young genuemen present v
it pleasant for all. After spending the eveati
ueasanttv. which was made even more so
elegant music, both vocal and l ustruin en tal. given
by the accomplished Misses Foard and Pbifer. I
took my departure thinking, "lives there a man
who soul so ueaa, wno w ainueu nam vara- i wiu
never marry T Let him so to Concord and see as I
saw, and If he does not then cnange his mind, all
may at once decide that be ts beyond the poSstbtllty
of redemption. .
nespwuuui',
BATCUELOR.
SaUsbury, N. Dec. ISth, 187S.
"upnoKed to ranraaant fairlv the
intull... . r r
hich It '"cuc Ul ne community irom
i-lKi'ii. hn mi t nr innnonnrn nf
Wml'iF? Ia,uo or worthlessness of n article
rcntl ui ' veraicu a. varuie wh
the wit redered by a jury composed of
dow-n UtVl,ten frVm every country on the
odthin j ,uece was clear and impartial,
nr. tTt01?qC wanosMsa gavs thoir testitnoi
waswz! tL.e Jury have at last brought in
wnica wa. -That Da. Tctt's PrLLS
li;i;"ra,er P"wr ever diea-e than any
. '"'"vented inca tba
v
ia pronoun
CK, "C
I.ELI A PHIFER,-
Al.Llo,
water out of my face and eyes and looked
around for Miss Maggie, but she had gone
and left me. I stopt and studied for a mo
ment, wiped the mud out of my eyes, blowed
chef's Gfrtuan Syrup fur 10 cents and try it.
Kegular size Itiittle 7a cents. Don't neg
lect a rough to smv75 ennts.
MARRIED
By Kev K. L. Brown on the 14th ilar of
Decern' e . a id at tl e residence of thebaic'
fat! er. Mr J l n B. Kerns to Mias Nancy L.
Kluttz, both ot Uowan l.o.
In Rowan Co.. K. C Dec. 9. 1675. bv Rev.
Saml. Kothrock. sir C larles A. Miller and
Mkw Ellen E. A. Barringer, daughter of the DRY GOODS.
indented to said Firm to call and settle
accounts without delay, as they are very
ioum to close the bourne of the above r irra
They return their sincere thanks for the vary
liberal (isironage given them by the generous
public.
KLUTTZ. GRAHAM k RENDLEMAV.
Oct 14. '75 Smoa
Beriad
l & Sods
Are now receiving their large stack of Fall
Goods, consisting of
late Moses Barringer.
At the residence of W. G. Brandon.- on tbe
7tn, iec., by u. il. McKenzie, J. P. Mr. W. A.
Brandon, and Mis Florena Black, alt of Rowan.
SALISBURY MARKET,
December 16, 1875.
Cotton moderately brisk. Middlings, 12t able to sell at PRICES as low aa they can
1 St m . W
NOTIONS.
CLOTHING.
BOOTS
8H0E8.
HATS ic
0AP8.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
and many other articles which they are en-
low do
Rtains I0&ll4
Floor market stocked best faro. $3.00
super. 2.75
Wheat good demand at l.00l.l5
Corn market well supplied
Meal moderate demand at
Sweet Potatoes readily at 4050
Irish do according to qual. 5075
Oats 4550
Butter scarce, 30
Chickens per dozen $l.502.00
Eoos scarce 20 (ft 25
ONioNB--in demand 75
Cabbage fall market per lb. 2t
be bought
Come and examine onr stock before pur
chasing, and be convinced. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refund d.
BERNHARDT Ac gov
ooo.si Salisbury, Oct. 14. 2mos.
oo(3,oj
A ROYAL SMOKE.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar.
Only 5 Cents.
IT DRIVE! AWAY CARE, AND PUTS
You in a Good Humor.
Also. All popular brands at from 2 to
25 cents.
At KLUTTZ'8 Drag Store.
For Your Sweetheart
Urn ELEGANT LINE OF MAGNIFICENT
TOILET 8ETT8,
8DELL TOILET BOXES, POW
DER and PUFF BOXES, FANCY
BOTTLES, V I N I AO A BETTE8,
POCKET-BOOKS, MIRRORS, dee. Ate.,
Cheap at
KLUTTZ S Drag 8 tore.
ABE TOO GOING TO PAINT 9
MONEY, TIME, LABOR,
For
Couqhs. Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES,
Use
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUT UP 0XLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AID SURE REMEDY
Sold kfDMk
F17LLKR A
in
. ARTHURS
iLLCLTuarne Hoara Macassars
rica in IB7C -RAGLBSCLiFPE." br
Julia C.B. Trr. and "MIRIAM" at T
Arthar. IM'TTRRlCCWrvtet Paf
renr sjsjilsi. Tarsas itAO par tear. 3
r pa. a Pnictubd it-
T 8 ARTHUR A SOM
THE SUNNY SOUTH !
The Largest and Hand
somest Literary Paper in
America.
BRILLIANT ANNOUNCEMENTS.
e who was the Belle ot tae occasion, l could go J
and give a more elaborate aecouut ot some of the another 'sk eery gal, and from that day to this
I pe r have. If you knovr of any good old
to make 1 widows that won Id like to marry, please let
'ttie me know, and I'll try my fist again. They
atat "skeery" like young gals. Hoping
some young man may may he benefited hy
the above, I remain yours ttuly,
: . II. C D.
INFLUENCE OF THE 80UTH.
Experience and High Character o
Southern Democratic Members A Pos-
Messrs. Editors : Hive Policu Advocated bv Them.
SIRS. T hope you will give me spac in I f Prom a regular correspondent of the Tribune-
your valuable and unsurpassed eolojpna to j Tbe policy of inaction advocated by
sav something of the "ups and downs" of
7 w -
my first courtship. You see there was a.
many Northoru Democrats does uot
meet with much favor among the South
a rn i l , i i .a
widow woman who lived close to uut house memoers. iuey oon t Deueve tue
I "sm -1 X a A - - - wm Mti!. 1
and she had some very good looking girls, reaiucuey nw wwu u7 B.m..g un toe
but there was one little
named Maggie, and that
one of all. so folk said, and
told the truth when they said it.
li li.i 2 gate-post and waiting for something to
, . torn up. Standing still aud railing at
7t r I the Administration does not pass with
ad I thought they them for .utesmansbip. There is a good
ea! more political sagacity, talent for
This little !
girl was not a daughter of the old woman. I public affairs, and parliamentary skill
but just lived there. Weill had seen her I (somewhat rusty from long disuse) among
several times and thought she was pretty,
but I thought there was some other girls aa
handsome as she. One day., however, I
went to tbe old woman's house and there
wasn't aoy body at home but Miss Maggie.
I had nothing on but working clothes, but
I took a seat and commenced to talk to her
without thinking of courting her. Well
when I went to leave I shook her hand and
told her good-bye. She smiled and said she
hoped I'd come again aeon. I looked right
iu her face and she smiled so sweetly that I
paused for a moment, and during that mo
ment she underwent all sorts of a change.
Bless my life she looked to sweet and pretty
tbat I began to think ahe wasn't a human
being but aa angel who had come from the
glory to bless some man s son, bat
courts of
tbe rMndatnmtMl trottW m v whether Vf
oed by Ml Hghto-Rs J lfaWMfi- Her vs fhW to
tbe Southern Representatives than among
their brethren from the Northern States
The Southern Democracy, eager to as
sert itself ia national affairs, pot its beat
snen forward for Congress, while a Large
number of the Northern Democratic
members were nominated without anv
ezpectutktn that they could be elected.
The tidal wave of 1S74 swept them into
office to the amazemeut, and often the
disgust of their own party, which took
-ml i.j v a a a
tnejn np to nu ucaeis aoomea, it was
thought, to defeat. There is no timber
for the manufacture of statesmen in these
accidental members, and not much more
ia a score or so of muscular, lond talking
men who have worked tbeir way into
Congress from the back country district
bjr dasb, apd, impudence rathor than by
brain power.
Msiioro Military Academy,
Hillsboro, N. C .
This Institution, recently known as "Horner
and Graves's School," will hereafter be con
ducted by R. H. Graves as sole Principal,
aided, as heretofore, by the accomplished in
structors Hugh Morson Jr., and Maj. W. U.
Hamilton.
The Spring session of 1S76 will open on
the 17th of Jan. For circulars apply to Maj.
W. H. Hamilton, until the 5th of Jan., and
afterwards to the Principals t ,
10:1 mo.
QoTTON, CORN, OAtC
Flour. II av. Ice, nought hy
WALTON & ROSS,
and fall C harlotte Prices
Paid in Cash.
Attention FARMERS'
GRASS SEED,
Just received a fresh supply hf Ofover
Seed. Orchard Grass, Blue Grass, Red Top,
and Timothy, which I will sell cheap at
ENNISS'
NOTICE!
. a a
aii persons in
debted to the firm
of Trexler k Bro
by note or account must call and settle the same
bv the 1st dav of Januarv. 1876. All failing to
do so, by paying coat, can settle with an officer
after the above date.
TBEXLER AjBRO.
Dec. 9, 1875. 9:1 r
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We are glad to say to our
are now daily receiving an
stock of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS ANT) PH0ES, GROCERIES,
CLOTHING, HATS,
NOTIONS,
7H1C.I HATE BEEN BOUGHT AT LOW
PRICES, AND SHALL BB
SOLD FOR SHORT
PROPITS.
SEE OUR PRICES
Chemical Paints, so called, have proven
failures : simply because the chemistry
ol tbeir manufacture seems tn consist in
the quantity of water that hi combined
a i i .a a a e
with trie paint, by the addition ot an
Alkali, either Potash, Lime er Soda, ice.
Chemical Paints containing water peel
from tbe wood, and are not Economics!,
because they will not cover as much sur
face s Pure Paints.
friends that ws We offer onr Prepared Paint with
unusually larce M.Mnt. tk.i it i. r . i.m;J
i k ii v. k latai isii a-a. u mm an m uvi mm w v aa va
I O
av vev a m an i
rami; conuios no water, no A man, no
adulteration, and is made oi only such
material as are used by ihe oldest paint
ers. Oar Paint will cover more surface
than any Chemical Paint in the world.
We authorise their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. Ws agree to
re-paint any bouse with English BB
White Lead, or any other White. Lead, 04
onr Paints do not prove perfectly salisfac
Manufactured by.
ARTINEZ JL LONG
tW SPEC I MESS Fit EE.'
THE FOLLOWING NEW STOEIfcS WILL
A soon be rrwaaanoaa. and will he the
MOST INTENSE!. T THRILLING OF ANT
ROMANCES yet published tn an
RILL A ROSCOE;
NORTH AND SOUTH.
A Trillin National
A drain
Lincoln and Johnaoa, and the K-
ition of Mra. Surralt inlbM.
WBrrrsx nr a DtmvorjxsvaD Stai
MAN.
WIITTEH IfV LOfli
1 HE MIDNIGHT PLEDGE.
A Story of the Last Napoleon
BT M. Qf AD, or THE MlCHIO AS
FIGHTING AGAINST FATE;
6cts.
1,25
2.50.
8.00 1
3,00
15.00
75 cts.
Bagging 16cts. Ties
A good Woman shoo
A good Boot for
A good suit of clothes fur
A good coat for
A fine suit of clothes for
A good hat for
Every thins; EUe at Corre
pondingly Low Price.
WE WANT TO BUT S.00S BALES OF COTTON.
Don't Foil to Call aad see TJs
WALTON & BOSS.
oet.7-tf.
ValiWe Ton Lots lor Sale
The ..JJtl ow far 8W Ik mi wBlea or owner lUfooded, tt
Sold only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Chills Cured for 25 Cents.
TARE
5
ALONE IN THE WORLD.
A Brilliant Society Serial, now
by Mra MART F BRYAN, who is
Ike r meat Bterj-W
of the Aga
EDITH HAWTHORNE;
-oa,
The Temptations of a Factor Girl
Br a Ponua Nov
P I L
L S.
dveiralle uaiwproved building lots in the
city.
.Call and exanaiae nloas.
KtRU CRAIG E.
Oet. 28 1875. f
KLUTTZ'S DRUG 8TORE.
Blactmer aid HendersoiL
SwOrmmwmttmmmmwmt naiww mmj
Attorneys, Counselors
and Solicitors.
OA T lODHov V n
. i . r t e
SOL u: vuk.. . a ;l j
ailCr'if .JTSX- J .1
m jjaauaif X I8fi.
LAMPS fro on 25 cts , to $5 00.
PURE GRAP Wliifci, tor Churches
40 ts. pes' ajnart.
"WHITE LEAD, Warranted eonal to
any in the world, 1 1 eeots pee pound .
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PHYSI
CIANS AM MERCHANTS At
THEO. V. KLUTTZ'S, Dsco&roax,
Sausbsjbt, V. a
tiiK .Leurijd saw laeci di mssTH
REMINISCENCES
or tub
CONFEDERATK GOVERNMENT.
BtCol. H D. CArsaa, Csnsr C
Tsbasiby DsPABTaavT meaa Ma.
rill be a alsanlr inirraaiikv
krtrhea siHrtg the early trtak, dssadvaa-
peopk in lht.r rrlorta to catahliah an
dentU
WW A li of anwaaalty BRILLIANT
SHORT 8TOR1 RB apeear in cart, saansv wsth a
sreat varietv of SPARKLING Ml
NEOUR MATTER on all
iptton, 3.00 m Ti
Clots ef 4 ami
nay Extra Copy FREE, one
of 5 al 53 00 Address
. H. SEALS.
Atlanta, flay
New. 11, 7m.
    

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