North Carolina Newspapers

    Carolina Watcnman.
LOCAL.
DECEMBER 30. 1875.
jjtri o atrear off next Saturday.
wk tbs time to lake stock in the Building
jfln,Dw tenet.
DEATH OF ME- CRAIGE.
The telegraph hat brought to our citizens,
the tad intelligence of the death of Hon.
Burton Craige, which occurred at Concord,
this morning. Beloved almost universally in
this community, this and event, notwithstanding
it hat been for tome days expected, has cast a
deep gloom of sorrow over our town. The
public low is heavy in the death of such a citi
ten. To his family it is irreparable.
Christmas day was" observed herein a very
orderly and quiet manner. There were bat
TWt forget Building & Loan next Monday hw drunk men to he seen, even the night be-
V fore, which is moat eenera.1 1 v mar) tk nmamm
Dll for rowdyism. A few Darties were broiurhth-
fore th Mnvnr fnr i-J I ,
. tti.. u.. . nik. : J m -vv,,, uu u
wr t. yt . ivc.., u- nous disturbance of the peace occurred.
is I
S IftKil coun.j.
TWO Oin HoilAM wra knmi in UMVUkn.
i ti r:..i vr n I . . . .
John li Connor tt m j.i .i...u.., v. iMt week, by matches thrown into the cotton.
fa bons-stealiog. A mob, in Clear Creek Township same county,
tore dov.n about two miles of the Township
Train! on N. C K. K. take breakfast fence. More work for Court and Juries.
-.A supper bere now.
- I -w ... . . .
one oi tne gat maim (iron pipe 5 inches in
diameter) laid under a pavement in Boston
exploded a few days ago, killing one person,
and blowing others into the water, causing
them to be drowned . The cause of the e xnlos-
a
ion not known.
Say a the S tatesville American :
Two colored men. Rev. Win. R&maaw
nod Charles Connor, of Davidson Town
ship, this county, were brought to this
place and lodged in jail, by the overseer
of R. I. McDowell, Esq., Thursday of
mis wees, under a charge ot an attempt
to incite insurrection.
Weather, warm and moist ; for the last few
gl we have had a deluge of rain.
Pay joui
debts and start the New Year
efen with the world.
Frai Stock. Mr. John Scott writes
to the Swine and Poultry Journal as fol
lows :
My neighbor bought a trio of fine pigs,
paying therefor the reasonable sum of
$120, The male was valued at 860, and
the females at $30 each. This was a
wise apportionment of values, as the male
would i mo res s his vain a on all t Via nm.
Two AT A Time. A yonne ladr re- dace. There are those who think how.
cei ving a note, the other day, from a gen-1 ever, that $60 is too great a price for one
ucman asziug uer nana in marriage, went pig. in this case he did not die or prove
w a iaay mend to ask her ad vice on the barren, but he begat his likeness not only
suoject, vnen to her horror and surprise on the females of his own blood, bnt
me iriena snowed Her a note to herself largely on others to which ho was bred
from the same gentleman, and of the same In the short space of two years my neigh
..Li.- .f I a l 0 wv It a . - .
utc, mkius; oi uer we same iavor. now nor nan sold, at prices mneh less than he
is mat ior low. BtatesvtUe Amen paid, pure bred pigs to the amonnt of
can. Itaoo- hmA
worth $300: still bad the original stock.
"The Charlotte Observer is onblishinr anaibad Daid for all his feed and lahor
doleful essays on 'Love.' McDowell is by the use of his male on his and other
supposed to illustrate the text. Donan stock. To say nothing of hie enjoyment
tmnu. Mn the nossension ot thp he-nt nt h in
Zes, be has it "bad." In fact, when a creased respect of his neighbor, of bis
youth, of the kid-glore-and-swallowcut- own culture growing out of the thought
coSt age, sets at work deliberately grind- be gave to his pursuit, he had a clear re-
ing mianigoi melody, trom the aneient turn of 51,000 on an investment of $120;
uarp ot the Jews (or old Jewsharp) re- and all in only two short years
specting :
nTl A - 4l,- T i M
x uc uais uiftl I ICUJl'IUUCr r. a T to r-.T-rT-.iT- - r . ..Trnrn
Which days, of course, are the melancholy. OAlulOiiUttl
1'arK uays ot Love s Llecember' jccc:nicr .ju, i,o
when the woods are raiuiug russet leaves, CkmoK-moderatcly brisk. Middlings, 12
and the yellow, fat-faced pumpkins are Jns IO".
gnnnning from a-tween the corn rows at Flouk market stocked best fam. tS.OO
the cotton-tailed rabbit gamboling in the super. 2.75
moonlight, while the rural swam takes Wheat good demand at 1.00Q1.15
his 37th kisa when such are tho symo- Corn market well supplied 5560
and very little in flavor. It looked more like (d Hro. Mac. dar'ent deny 'em) Awnoaerate uemanu ac wno
.l-.i: u .u: Janv ordinarv h.f.nfini- i.irv vnnlrl I Sweet Potatoes readily at 40:0
b. ...... niaui Liiau anyiiillJI CJBB we J J o J J
can think of. Made from the blossoms of the DnD6 11 ,n cage 01 sweet sixteen on tne
Lin tree, the Atwnp waa naoni;. knt .... I brain.
pleasant.
NOTICEHaving retired from the Watck
man, I will thank all those indebted to me
for advertising or otherwise to come forward
and settle promptly.
J. J. STEWART.
Something new in market. Mr. JoHW A. Box-
dem, as agent for a gentleman in the mountains,
sold out a lot of Italian bee honev here, last
week, which was a real curiosity at a honey, to
which it bore no resemblance in appearance.
Wnndar night and half of Tuesday was a
vet tine here the old year weeping itself
Does anybody every recollect a Christinas
before this when H was too warm to have a
firs?
to n u .. ..;. uj
. ,, 7" ZZ""'rr'" . mraUi uv, Ot Approach of For-
ijC Burglary. A thief entered the residence of eign Intervention in Cuban Matters.
1 ;::;t,t : :z:z J cv rj7 New York Dec- a special to the
Ivio, Christmas presenU makw eyery- attending church, and stole . r', mmvm fu - 5
J . M better.-uutil the bills begin to m thence ateut $125 in specie The money Madrid, having refused to forward the
O . 2 ? ! UP l" th dW A following despatch, it was transmitted to
T AU "W wm oroKn. ana uie ,1, . :. ,t,.IBi, ,i, Tl....
tin box carried off. Subsequently the box and :j;a,ir.0 ( - A. t
4 Th montiruent for the Federal soldiers who
-7 . - .. . . . . , . v., ... diplomatic complications. mere is a
r diti in the h-iitDury prison, nas arrivea, anu two private yardt at widely different placet. Grange rumor afloat in trustworthy quar
' preptraiiona are oemg mane ior lit erecuon. 1 ne ihief was aiming to put the police on a ters which alleges the near advent of
. f 1 . 1
laise track. j European intervention in Cuba. The
The bursting up of the whiskey Ring at St. J I nations which may coalesce for this pur
. imis has ditturbed the peaceful slumbers of Earthquake There was an earthquake at pose are net named. The United States
the radical party and given the third term ites ltichmond, Petersburg, Raleigh, and as far government is probably forewarned of
north as Alezandna, Va., on the 22d Dec. At the fact, as A am assured that lengthy
Richmond it teems to have been more violent despatches in cipher are passing between
KLUTTZ'S COLUMN.
TO RENT.
i or the ensuing vear. the Dwellinar H
on corner of Church and Bank Streets occupied
by Mrs. Wheeler, and the Dwelling Hoots oa
Bank Street, lately occupied by Root Knox,
Esq- D. A. DAVIS.
HOT. 2d '75.
15 CtL l
Will boy one Box of Conoeotaisd
at
EX N 133'
Qo.TTON, CORN, OAT
Flour, Ilav, cVc ., Bought by
WALTON ft ROSS,
and fall Charlotte Prices
Paid in Cash.
tt Wi
IT IHD
JDL PA80NATION
FAGT8! FACTS! ! FACTS!!!
HEW ADVERTISE1ERHT.
400 paswa. By ssail 40
S. 7th 8L, rUa, Pa.
largest, and oldeM eaUbiUhed in Salubury.
KLLtTZ S DRUG STORE. U pre
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE, ii
the
KL
pared to duplicate any Merchant's or
Physician's Bill, bought an yw hero lm
Christendom.
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE, has
done, is doing, and intends to do. the
largest Drag trade in this section of the
State.
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORK
r - . . e.. 1. . 1
b the plate to buy anyihioc that von
are now daily reccmug no unusually large r"" t ujjiiup; vuav jow
stock of want from a Corn plaster, to a $7 boa ot
DBY G OO DH, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, perfumery. From a paper of Lampblack
CLOTHING, HATS,
KOTIOXS,
ac..
WHICH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT At LOW
PRICES. AND 8HALL BE
BOLD FOR SHORT
PROFITS.
do according to qual.
Irish
Oats
Butter
Chickens per dozen
Egos
Onionb in demand
Cabbage full market per lb.
50y7.
25
$1.502.00
15
75
SEE OUR PRICES.
to a thousand pounds of W bite
From a dose oi Castor Oil to a hundred
ounces of Quinine. From a tooth pick
to a Pocket Book. No brarrinr either,
bat solid fact. To prove it, call 00, or
write to TUEO. F. KLUTTZ
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Salisbury , N. 0
RALEIGH MARKET.
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES.
Raleigh, December 30, 1875.
FLOUR, North Carolina $6.50 a $6.75.
CORN, 85c.
CORN MEAL, 90 a 1.00
BACON, N. C. hog round, 16.
" " hams 20.
HIDES, CTaen. 7 iT8.
M dry, ra.
FODDER, baled, new $1.
HAY, N. C. baled, good.
51.25. f
i. 1,00.
fife
1
Ornamented. The public well hatbeen Uban anywhere elte. Many of the citisens Madrid and Washington.
made raoie ornamenUl by the aubttitution of ruehed Irom tnetr beds out into the streets and
blot-painted brakes, for the old cranks and oui and spent the night in the open air. The
.1
1 omwvi. in.v.v uwvui xj rjwvuua aiivs iiianv iiiingn
I . . 1 a M m mi a . a a
rauic leartuiiy. mere is nothing like an
Off the Track. The freight train on the earthquake to get up a big scare and the people CINCINNATI, Dec. 28. At
N. C K. R ran oB the track at the depot here of Richmond were more terrified by it than lar weekly meeting of the
Bishop Haven's
Third Term Policy Considered.
. v
tne reen-
Methodist
on Wednesday morning last, and delayed the they were at Grant's army when thundering preachers of this city the Bishop Haven
mail train several hours.
around the city.
Our thanks are due the Committee of the
DtaunUienean Society of Roantke College, for
an imitation to attend their anniversary on the
19th of January.
matter was considered. A series of reso
lutions were offered declining to express
A Mifilat.e Many persons speaking of the j an opinion 011 the third term and deplor
warm weather we have had for more than a ine Haven's course: another set eXDrees
id r mr
week, say they never knew the like before, ing amazement at the alarm felt over such
Hot or cold people are apt to comment on the a small matter, denying Haven's right to
weather in this way ; and yet it is the mere re- speak for the whole church, and utterly
suit of unfaithful memory. We have often hat! opposing any connection of church and
warm weather in mid-winter. Old people state was also presented. A lively dis-
will rmpmhpr this vfrv wpll if llipv will take cupsion ensued, and finally the whole
it. MnlT aiw...t it Xnt mnv wintr am matter was laid on the table, which is
we had a -spell" warmer than this by several probably the end of the affair here
degrees, we suppose, as it occasioned the lost of
1 . - . e i t I . - 1 .1
many uh. o. pur, wuicu u.u lW uc I IMPROVED BARBEL. The object of
nn.T 1 . . . - - . . - l r
1 iuih luveunuu is iw pruiiue a uarrci uir
I thp uliinmPHt nf nrndiiPA. whir.h shall hp
X Tobacco Factory. Vie are glad to learn ui J' , rt;n .u.
age of 219. He hat probably the beat hog that Messrs. BoobAPaikk, of Mocksville, pro- LJnce ia delivered, to at to ocean v a
stock in the county. pose removing to this point at an early day, and r.Anri-.i. Im.;i 8DftC-. .nd he retnrn-
a? At.. 1 a a-l - a -A I . . . .
!pii nc line 01 LiiH larir-ej! u iimt-tj iur ii aitur- j a i. . a a- a . t ' .
aa atAJ., .v n VO -.A I 7r " 0 V " CU W fcUC Kuucr l WO iico ui MIIIU
ana Diut WW vomo . - in the State. These are enterorisine. relia- r.:.i. . ,m.J(;j
learn that Dr. Jno. F. Henderson, now of Con-1 hu ihnroiih-iroi na- irentlenen. who will add ? ; .r U
j 0-- 0 o o j - 1 t. at tvUDieia i.t e b v a ivt vra ciarvo,
VICK'S )
Flower & Vegetable Seeds
are the best the world produces. They are
planted by a million people in- America, and
the result is, beautiful Flowers and splendid
Vegetables. A Priced Cttaloirue sent free to
all who enclose the postage a 2 cent stamp.
Bagging I6cts. Ties Gets.
A good Woman shoe 1,25
A good Boot for 2,50.
A good suit of clothes for 8.00
A good coat for 3,00
A fine suit of clothes for 15.00
A good hat for 75 cts.
very .alius: Else at Carre a
ponding;.? Low Prices.
WE WANT TO BUY 4,000 BALES OP COTTON.
Don't Fail to Call and .'see Us.
WALTON & ROSS.
oct.7-lf.
Attention FARMERS'
GRASS SEED.
Just received a fresh supply of Clover!
Sed. Orchard Grass. Blue Grass, Red Top.
imothy, which ljrill sell cheap at
SMELL GOOD.
ITS JUST AS EASY.
DREXEL'S. HOYT'S. and Husoc-tiaa
Colognes. WRIGHTS, LUBINS. and all
other Handkerchief Extracts.
At KLUTTZ'S Drag Store.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C A TonKnis. "TlOWl
St.. . T.
as BUiL
BICXHILL A CO
0 4W
READING, PSYCHOMANoY,
Bead CWatiac. Maw
G-aida, aWfiag how
Hunt A
tv, in
Mt.
mn A (1 Agent Wanted. Good -hence
I P h fur iag moj. to pauiite who
1 lJiUWvoU whole or part thsMawatSa.
far toratML P. O. Best Mil. Gxat
can Tsa Oes Al A Vtawy SL. M. T
WAJITID. The Mahttrao Maaiairi
troTof all atJaa! 'iVlpi ill iTawritory of s ataa-W
artada. A Bar ta sal caoh taintai aod a
Oew
A. LL MPKLrt.
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HOMEOPATHIC.
FAMILY M EDI CI2C C CASES AM9 BOOKS.
firiiag fJaui alirotcieoai far
EfteiZ iilTrSawoly Asa of
hac
relief, will aaore lata rvpav
BOBRICKEATArEL
BALTIMORE BOaKEOPATBlO MASH ACT.
Vtw 1S5 West Fayette
WANTEDS
Priae Parks ia the world.
alaeoto paper, 16 envelopes.
Holder. Pencil, patent Yard M
niece of Jewelry. (Mowte
rriac port paid' ITjc t n
A CO, 7G9 Broad arsT, 5. Y.
r
foldoa Pan. Pro
BL-aai -
pacstf vhi osajpaa
culaVfroa. BRIDE
AN OUTFIT FREE
North State Lodge No. 26, I. O. O. F. hat
Juat put down an elegant new carpet, purchased
-saw chairs and refitted in handsome style gen
erally. The lodge-room U now a beautiful
one.
Good tor their aj.-Mr. m. Howard,
.laughter 12 pigt, all of the aame litter, 13
months old which weighed 2,623 lbs , an aver
am S . a" 1
corn, proposes removing io oanaoury greatly to the town. We are glad to learn too
nr. n. u an sxpenencea pnyaician, anu iiuw .. . - DTQtsne(A of ,tiU -nother factorv
eatimaoie gentleman. beine started here the coming season, and at
least one large tobacco warehouse. These
Rev. Dr. Dosch, of Charleston, presched at " mnicauc-n,, ana py, geoa nope urn
the Lutheran church in this place on Saturday balwbury may ere long become a tobacco mart
night and Sunday last. The congregation have of no small consequence.
offered him a call on a handsome aalary, and it TrT1hTsabbath School Teach-
. . I a - J a a 1 - a 11 a A a a
I. unuersioou mai ne w... Fh, , membfir8 f the Presbvterian church.
VICK'S
Flower & Vegetable Garden
is the most beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It contains nearly 160 page, hundreds
of fine illustrations, and four Chromo plates
Flouxrn beautifnlly drawn and colored from
nature. Fnce .to cts in paper covers; oo cis.
bound in elegant cloth.
cave the children of the congregation an entcr-
Railroad Eobbery. An Express Car on uinnjent .t the church on Christmas eve. in
the St. Louis and Kansas city Northern train, the of . magnificent Christmas Tree,
( vas entered not far from St. Louis, on the 18th, loaded wUh pt u was occasion of
ly thieves, by whom Uie messenger wss thrown rtiTe interett to the children, and many even of
fcto a box and locked up, and the safe ripled the older membera. The Tree was made the
Of between 510,000 and 9 20,030. medium of many compliments to old and young,
the pastor, Mr. Rumple, being handsomely re
KlntU's Drug Store. Parker's Variety membered by several valuable ana boautnuL
Store. Brown'a Confeetionerv. and Clodfel- presents. Ealiven by the grand mutic of the
cost.
connected by hoops which have peculiar
fastenings, which adapt the stave to be
disposed fiat for return transportation, or
rolled np and fastened to form a barrel.
The sides of the barrel are straight, and
the heads are held in place by legs alter
nating, when the barrel is set up upon
opposite sides of the head. The heads
are thus of less diameter than the inside
of the barrel, so that the barrel, when
i returned, may be packed full of heads,
and the rest of the barrel sides packed
flatly together. Set. American.
Vick's Floral Guide.
This is a beautiful Quarterly iournal, finely
illustrated, and containing an elegant colored
Frontispiece with the first number. Price only
25 cts. for the year. The first number for 1S76
just issued. Address
jamus v iuk, ttocnoster, i.
lfctf
THE 153d SESSION 07 THE
UNIVERSITY OF
SOBtX CAROLINA
Will begin on Thursday. January 6, 1876.
The necessary expeuses for the session ex-
ilusive oj clothing aud traveling: will vary
roin $100 to $130. i
For circulars apply to
CHARLES PHILLIPS.
Cbairman.
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Dec. 30. 1875. 2t.
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Piedmont Air Line Railway
M an J te Clean !
Cashmere Boqne t, Brown Wind
or. Stebxino, Pomcise. CannoLic, aod
fifty other kinds of TUlet Soaps, at from 5
to 75 cents a cake.
At KLUTTZ'S Drag Store.
A BOYAUMOKE.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar.
Only 5 Cents.
IT DRIVES AWAY CARE, AND PUTS
Ton ha a Good Humor
Also. All popular brands at from 2 to
25 cents.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store
For Your Sweefteart.
We vast tease one fa
orders sod deliver
nad CO. D. Hosts
did chance in errrr neijrti
poraon of ruber mx, voang or
new hau, circular, terms,
sent free and poet paid.
J. HALL A 00.6 JT.
Aid.
count- to lak
for tbe old aod ona-i-
.ote-aes
Hstai for it at etast
AdJroaa. H.
Strmt, Bst
4o
For
Coughs. Colds Hoarseness
AND ALL THOAT DISEASES.
Use
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE IlnXl -
T.
EKKTJ
A THIRD AHD BITEE 2!
Sold by Prugriat tenerallr, and
r i i.i.r,n r l Mr.n, inicaro, ill.
ARTHUR'S
Iu.rLraATi! Hokb M AGAttn Tae HoO'
huld Maa-aiioe of A mevica. " Tvo 6orial sw
rieslnlSTG. -BAOLBSCLl FFE br Mra
Julia C. R. Iorr. and MIRIAK" hv T.
Arthur. HI TTKHICE S Xevret Pot'rroa 11.
every number Term. ftO per yrr. 3 cpie-
fur S0.51. Splendid Ibtok offer and I'ratuiuaca
Specimen ti umber lo cer t. 4
T h AKTIll It A SUN . Philadelphia. Pa.
ter't Furniture Store were the favorite places
far haying Ohristuias presents this year.
BellV.and Horah's jewelry stores were pat
ropised liberally toov
Be in time and Insure your
Buildings, Merchandise, Dwellincs. Barns
and Contents, by calling at the Insure
Umce of J. Allen crown, who represen
First Class Co's. (Home and Foreign) whose
aggregate assets exceed Thirty Million Dol
lars. Nov. 4th 1875.
organ, and graced by tbe large audinance, old
and young of both sexes, it was s brilliant and
most cheerful scene, and afforded a delightful
entertainment for all present.
USaLlu
sntslat
J. M. Coffin, Esq. This gentleman is
on duty as State's Agent In charge of
the convicts at work on the Spartanburg
Asbeville Rail Road, His business is
that they are humanely treated, and
a W . a - o A If I
' Irtr terms ot tne oontrsct ate complied
fcx.VP
i
i tnnan
W
A Grbat PnatPEBT-Shooldn't be sur
prised if Jim Harris, at China Grove, has
one more pumping than any other man
the State. He has supplied the Railroad
at that point with water ever since the Road
was built, 21 or v2 yean; and is still at his
nnt Dummnsr. numniucr. If he has ever
K I 1 mm a -
failed to have water in the tank when it
was needed it is not on record. Next to a
faithful witness should come a faithful
worker; aud as these are worthy of honor
Jim certainly deserves something for his
'aSSalT '.fc .' 4a
trreat fidelity. How would it jle totaalze
him President -of the Road for a wee
two, 'with especial reference to the
ments uf tbe office.
Tntt's Expectorant.
preparation bus preformed
jtonianing cures in at. are
Is of history. k Patients
v
Cabbage Thief Brought to GsiEFa
some time past J. M. White,
T upper's college, had been missing
cabbaeert from Jus garden, but col
the track ol the cant
raid was made on hi
u which the"
taking them
scvel
A Vale a ble Medical Treatise-
Hostetter's United States Almanac for
1876 for distribution, gratis, throughout the
United States and all civilized countries of the
Western Hemisphere, will be published about
the first of January, in the English, German,
French, Norwegian, Welsh, Swedish, Holland
Bohemian and Spanish languages, and all who
wish to understand the true philosophy of
health should read and ponder the valuable
suggestions it contains. In addition to an - ad
miraule medical treatise on the causes, pre-'
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it embraces a large amount of information
interesting to the merchant, the mechanic, the
miner, the farmer, the planter, and tbe profes
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most suitable for s correct and comprehensive
National Calendar.
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staple tonic and alterative of more than ha
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pages, which are also interspersed with picto-
a . a B . .a a a i . 1
rial illustrations, vaiuauie receipes ior me
ld and farm, humorous anecdotes, and
er instructive and amusing reaaing matter
al and selected. Among the Annuals to
With the opening of tbe year, this wi
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vro orators, nessr. iictteiier
on receipt of a two
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rocure one in bis
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are extensively
world.
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CONDENSED TIME-TABLE
la Effect ea aat after laaiay, Dec. I9ta,
fll75
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MONEY, TIME, LABOR,
BRILLIANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
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rouraal.
BILL A R08COE,
X0R1U AXl SOUTH .
Hillslioro Military Academy,
Hillaboro, N. C.
Thia Institution, recently known as "Horner
and Gravea'a School." will hereafter be con
ducted by R. II. Graves aa tole Principal,
aided, aa heretofore, by the accomplished in
atructors Hugh Morton Jr., and Mai. W. ii.
Hamilton.
The Spnne eemicn of l7t will open oi
the 17th of Jan. For circulars &ddIv to Mai.
W. H. Hamilton, until the 5th of J an., and
afterwards to the Principal.
lO.lmo-
GOING NORTH.
STATIONS.
CKAIGE & CRAIGE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AMD
Solicitors in 2 flnkmpM.
Special attention paid to proceed
ings in Bakraptcy.
Sept. 5, 1873.
C to 0 fl lor IaT at home. Termt ree.
wOro0 4UAd(lfeMG Stinton 4Co
Portland, Maine. Jan. 19, 1875, lv
nr This.
ir for Pneumonia.
and fatal re-
Consumption and
B08CUEE S
leigh-
ith
in
Valuable Ton Lots For Sale
The undersigued oners for Sale the most
desirable unimproved building lots in the
city.
(Jail and exam.no plots.
KERR CRAIG E
Oct. 28 1875 tf
Leave Charlotte ....
" Air-Liue J'nct'n
" Salisbury
" (jreensboro .....
" Danville
Dundee
" Burke villa
Arrive atltiebmond.
Mail.
6.46 a M
625 "
8 20
10.68
1 W r k
1.49 "
6.61 "
9.sf r
GOING SOUTH
STATIONS.
a! ail .
Leave Eichmnd
" Burkevl le..
. Dundee
M DsBTille. .......
Grosaahoro.
Saliabury. ....
Air-Line J'act'o
Arrive at Charlotte... 1
6.50 a
9.00 "
l. v H
1.41
4.98 "
6.64 "
8.62 "
9.16 "
UU1NU EAST.
STATIONS.
MAIL.
Leave Greenaboro..
" Co SLopa
Arr. Italeish .....
Arr. at Golosoore. 0
. . 1 a.
11 no 1
3,49 r n
6.40 r at
NATIONS.
Leave iireensboro. .
" Co. Shops
Arrive at Raleigh...
Arrive at Gohlhboro
........
o 6.00-a at
r
11.16
Chemical Paints, so called, have proven
failures : simply because the chemistry
of their man u fact are seems to consist in
the quantity of water that Is combined
... m v . o
with the naint. by tbo addition ot an
a w
Alkali, either Potash, Lime or Soda, dec
Chemical Paints containing water peel
from the wood, and are not Economical,
because they will not cover as much sur
face as Pure Paints.
We offer our Puei'auzd Paixt with
the guarantee that it is not a Chemical
Paint: contains no Water, no Alkali, no
adulteration, and is made of only sue)
material as are used by the oldest paint
era. Our Paint will cover more surface
goixg west, than any Chemical Paint ia the world.
We authorize their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. We agree to
re -paint any boose with English BB
White Lead, or any other White Lead, if
our Paints do not prove perfectly satis ae -
ry-
Manufactured by,
itfWrsr,T,"u io"-
Sold only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Btoaairooa
Trillin, National
AdminaatraUooa of
Dncols and Jooosvc, aod tbe Ez
ofMra-Sovou ml !-'.
Writtzs bt a Distinguished State
WRITTEN l. BLOOD
1 HE MIDNIGHT PLEDGE.
A Story of the Laat NapoleoL
Br M. Quad, or the Mi
FIGHTING AGAINST FATE J
Ok,
ALONE IN THE WORLD.
MAIL.
"Arr 4-10 ra
a ...........
t Arr 11 06
w L'v8 tiAji
, RAcconundoation Train
P7.)r
Arr
" Lv.
Too
AM
Arr. TJOpm
Lv. 2.00 ra
Biater and Eeateoa,
Attorneys, Counselors
and Solicitors.
SALISBURY, N. C.
January 02 IS7i tt.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLEGE,
JT ATE VILLE, IV. C.
Terfn
'un vnll open Sept. I, leo.
ve been made as low as
Reference : Uev.
IjfrJ. Martin. Rev.
IPlGrov. Z. B.
A- "Sit O
VOftTB WBITHlaf N.C.R.R
( S A I.EM IlEAKCH. )
Leave Greensboro .
Arrive at Salem....
Leave Salem
Arrive at Greensboro
o o 1
4.45 r m
6 45
8.16 AM
10.33
Chills Cured for 25 Cents.
TAKE
PI L
ILL
L S.
Passenger traiaa learint; Salelfli at 1.05am
connects atGreensboro' with the Southern bound
train; making tbe quickest time to all Southern
cities. Accomodation Train leaving BalMgh at
7 3Utr. M. connects with Northern bound Train at
Greensboro for Richmond and all point East.
Price of Ticket aainc as via other route.
a jt s a a an .
Accoramoaauou ir.iu ieaTin oreeauwro w...Bail n mna. D.r..nJal .
7.00 . u. connect t Goidsbore wits Kartham Warranted or money itetaoded, at
and Southern bonad Trains oa tot WilminotoB I KLUTTZ'S DUL'G STORE.
and Vteldon liairroad.
I vnnliKurrr X rinmnAil .Ham I.... X i V. ..A
daily at 9 00 Am, arrive atBurkeville 12.56 LAM PS from 25 cts.f to $5.00
s at laaaa Rnrt.vi 1 1 . I All a w .1 Dl.k. I
mmZUTuwn ' PURE GRAPE WINE, for Churche.
B "JalttM . .-
If o Change of Cars Be t ween Charlotte 60 eta
Pitwri tii it have arr a ri trp m.nta tn nl-.-aHiu IK.
N 111 J Li LEAD, Warranted enaal to
scnefluit or tms company will pieo print as any jn tbe world, 11 ceots per pound
above ana rorwiru copies vi uea i. rssaenger -
Agent.
For further inform atioaoddreaa
JOHN U. UACMDBDO.
Gtal Paownfor AgenA.
Eldimond. To
A Brilliant Society Serial.
;by Mrs. M AKY E.
the Fioeot Slot
of the
ntBkontiir
i;hN, ou
rsKfiler
EDITH HAWTHORNE ;
The Temptations oLm Tmetory Girl
Br a Porciata Notzukt.
REMINISCENCES
or THE
CONFEDERATE GOVERNMEKT
Bt Cju H. D. Capeba. Cbiay Cum
TazAsrBT DtPABTMEXT rxosa Ma Mr
Misoaa.
awjrThk will be a eotply intertoti .
of akotcbe giving tbe early triai, i
tagea, and many imu.ing incidtn.. -people
in tbeir efforts to ftltbliab an
Government.
per quart.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PHYSI
CIANS AND MERCHANTS
THEO. f. IvLUTTZ'S, DcoStob,
19- A ammbevofunaoBally BUI LI.:
SHORT BT0RIE8 apooar in each isso.
great varioty of SPARKLING Mliv r
NrX)US MATTER oo all subject.
tS.00 a Yeui .
Clubs of 4 aod upwards, - - i
ml 20
4aST Extra Topy FREE, one Jtaar. U i
of 5 at $3.00 ttddotts
J. H. SEALS,
AtUnl
Kov..U.lTi,
, K. C.
    

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