Carolina Watchman (Salisbury, N.C.) /
Jan. 6, 1876, edition 1 /
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one hundred feet, a.nd came over jour
heads, where it seemed to bang, stat
ionary for ft moment, then 'settle sldw-
M. . . .1
Iu Bilence mighty things are wroiyfcht;
'Silently builded, thought on thought,
t Truth's temple greets the sky.
And like a citadel with towers, V
.The soul with her subservent powers
: U Is strengthened silently.
:. . . ' . . .. i : j t
Soundless as-chariots on the snow,
The saplings of forest grow
To tre of mighty girth;
.Each mighty star in silence burns,
Andevery day in silence turns ;
, ,The axle of the earth. j
. ' t : . ' 1 . ?
'The silent frost, with mighty hands,
Fetters the rivers and the lands! '!
.1 With universal chain; ;.
And smitteu by the silent son ; M
! The chain is loose, the rivers ruri,j
, The lands are free agaid j A ;.
Some months ago Col. Bangs engaged
IV. Still whirling, till ho caught it I a vonnir fellow named Scudder aa sub-ed-
wo others of the bjacks then did the I itor of the morning Argus. .On the daj j
same thing." . j before the annirersarj of Banker J Hill,
."Meanwhile I had with my knife I Bangi asked Scudder if he was familiar
shaved a little of the frnra the I with the battle, and Scudder said he was.
convex side-ofoneof the boomerangs. 1 80 BaoS8 told Scudder he would like him
Tk: t a e i to write ud a little sketch of it for the an-
throw. He took it without noticing aay, ana ocu.uer.aiu wonm - Hb IDS f All I O Z rflU I OS Z I
whatrl had done,poised it, but stop- next morning the sketch appeared MW ADVERTISEMENT. !
ped short,-and with a contemptuous J jn jjj6 paper J and attracted much atten-
iauBttuijr iiijrovemeni inrew . u tion. VVheu liangs aaw it he called Scud- If I IITT7'Q nRllR
; Wliereforej Ressie, do yoti sit,
. While the idle moments flit, S
- Willi your hands upon your knee,
in a drearily reverie?
- Toward thtzenith climbs the sun,
And yourVork is scarce begun ;
. Vou forget the .household weal,
i leaving thus your spining wheeL
i' - . : "-- :r ' "
r I Ton wtre Wont to tfpin all day,
. Caroling a measure gay ;
ininltinif with merry heart. -
! Of sports in which you'd bear a part j
- "Jfclappy that your work would win --
4.. Pretty clothes to dress ybff in. ;
, . NVhat has made your light thoughts steal
:Froni lh( silent spinnii g wheel 7 .
f .Eessie, since yoa won't confeas, !
Your sweet secret I can guess ;
"When a aiiden sits apart, I
. ' Love is hidden in her heart : ' v !
When she looks afar and sighs, i
jLove is using ljoth her eys ;
; . Listening to young love's appeal, j
; iForgotten is her spinning-wheel.
- j Ah; sweet Bessie, apt to break, i
Are the dream-threads that you make;
Yet, some time you must begin, ,
.1 Fragile woofs of hope to spin : ?
1 Never maiden fair and leal '.
Sang and turned her Bpinning-wheel,
5 But a lover, some bright day, 1
Came and stole her heart away. .; r
A Woman's Answer. " I
town and exclaimed : der in and said.4
" BaIe budyery! ' No good. J "Mr. Scudder, didn't you tell me that
- "The others then looked at it cau-Jyou were familiar with the battle of Bun-
! tiously, but it was 'bale budqary' alsoiJtc Hill V
to them. No one could be induced "ies, sir.'! Ji : ,
to throw iL I "Well, if that ia the case. I will be
"Myers, my companion, asked them Pv' ged " W,H teI1 me what you mean Onristudoni.
wny tney cud not .use it. but they " "J"', ... , , . .
could not crive adof?rnfA nnswor. " c luo onieoerate wopps
the largest, and oldest established in Salisbury.
KL.UTTZS DRUG STORE, is pre-
parea to aupiicaie any iiiercnanis or
ruysician s mil, oougnc anywnero in
I U iL.i'll IM: fl lit
wnv if. TiOlSPfl whin hIH in th hinH I .t r , r. .
yet I could not distinguish any differ- 8aw them hejdrew his trusty swords and
ence whatever between this and the! said: I
other weapon. - . "Soldiers !: twenty centuries look, down
"Burleigh, another native, then upon you !" j ,
walked to a distance of two hundred "No sooner were the battering-rams
feet or more . from the blacks, and leeJ against the ; walls of the castle
bade Carnboo throw to him. The lLa,Q. lhe 1?ukotof Wellington sent word
latter looked at him a moment rather to his motheij, by Gen. Butler, tbat he
curiously, then, comprehending what r r ? -f J0
waswantedhe ! selected one of the iJJ"!'
Un- u i-. at the white of the. enemy's eyes, he:
uir - a u "rr r?l awaited the onset with all that majestic
naJt round threw it with great force UilmnPM m,hi'h a;.: .1..
in a direction almost opposite from great hero of Buena Vista. '
that where Burleigh stood. The wea- "This was the very crisis of the battle,
pon sped smartly for sixty or seventy Joan of Arc spying Gei. Jackson behind
feet, then tacked in an instant and the cotton-bales, dashed at him upon her
flew directly Ht Burleigh, anid had he snow-white charger, swinging her ponder-
not most expeditiouslv ducked he ous Da"ie"axe over "er nead her fair hair
would have received a hard thumo. if ?lream,ng behind her m tho wind. As
ard her hair can?ht
in the bough of a tree, and as she hung
there bergeant Bates shot her thronch
KLUTZ'S DRUG STORE, has
done, is doing, and intends to do, the
largest Drug trade in this section of the
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE
is the plaee to buy anything that you
want from a Corn plaster, to a $7 box1 of
perfumery. From a paper of Lampblack
to a thousand pounds of White Lead.
Frotn a dose of Gastor Oil to a hnndred
ounces of Quinine. From . a tooth-pick
to a Pocket Book. No bragging either,
but solid factR To prove it, call on, or
write to THEO. F. KLUTTZ
Wholesale 2c Retail Druggists,
. Salisbury, N. 0.
D6 you kpow that yon have asked for
i costliest thing ,
Ever made by. the hand above?
A woman's hearFand a woman's life,
And a woman's wonderful love ?
Do you know, you have asked for this price- stood
received a hard thump, if ff earning behind her
nothing" worse. It struck the cround l?er.i"efl rc? lorw
twenty or thirty paces beyond. This
feat brought out a" broad grin and
something like a chuckle from the
wholej of -them. Carnboo even inti
mated th.nt ho -would like to try anoth
er cast, ,-but Hurieigli -cxpresalcd him
self fdlly 'satisfied. 1
"Mr. Smith, luHvever, ofTered to
'take a s!ut,' but nut at too short a
range.! Wo were standing iu front of
one of tire store-houses. Carnboo
pluc.d Smith iu front of the ? door and
Fth his- back to him, with
T- I 1 II
:ii iiauu on ui8 hiiou uer. .Mine;
of u. knew vyhaL sort of a manoeuvre I
he h;i'l j in mind not even M vts.
btan-ling in nix j.ooition the black
threw -the boomerang straight ; ah ad.
It imi;iediate!v eurvtil iu the air: then
- . 't
jjuesa wnut was ?ieaut . it came
round (the other end (havine passed
completely around the store-house)
As a child might ask furYtoy ? , ' i
Demanding? what others have died to winj
With the reckless dash of a boy ? ;
Yon have written my lesson of duty out !.
Man-like you have questioned me;
Now, stand at the bar of woman's soul I
TTntil T oli 11 n i .1
' ' ir . : . it-disattared around the corner of
k k require your mutton shall always the buldingjjind- before hchad time
Your socks and your shirts be whole I
I require your heart to be pure as' God's
Aijd as pure as heaven your soul.
Yon require a cook for your mutton and
i ! Beefr- :.!:.'-
I require a far greater thin; f
A seamstress you're wanting for socks and
for shirts, '
I look for a man and a king. 7
A king for the beautiful realm called home.
And a man. thai the maker, God,
Shall look upon as he did on thu first,
Anusays 'ut is very good." "
I am young and fair, but the rose wilV fade
rom my sott young cheeks oue day
Will you love me then 'mid the
k , leaves, I
As yoa 4id 'mong the blooms of 3fay ? J
. t f . m ...
tne neart with a bolt from an arattehu;
Her last words were: 'Don't give up th
"Tbo Duke could stand it no longer
The Mamelukes had slain all the van
guard, Gen. Sickles had lost his leg and
retired on a pension, "and the enemy's
skirmishers, lodged in the top of the
Bunker tlill Monument, were pouring
uouing 011 on tnose who
scale it. Leaping from
shouted, Up, guards, and at thenil
JUST AS EASY.
DREXEL'S. HOYT'S, and IIcnodeian
Colognes, WRIGHT'S. LUBINS, and ail
other Handkerchief Extracts.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
; For Pine Buffries ?
and other work in the Carriage line ea)l
W. M' BARTTWR'ff
f 00P on Liberty street between Inniss j
. c leaer 01s. f ib 14 Jan 7fi
i S - 3 N. -
x x f Tt
s 3 s
2 2 s ; 3
3 3 3. :
va to t 00 o a a
: S3 I
5 60 t
i t 1 a j 1 MW m w
1:-. .. Si- 1,- VS
fas":-' 'nJ - ' '"'i ia Q
Piedniont Air Line Railway!
suourea, - up, guards, and at thenil' and
iho next moment, with the glorious flag
of truco in pue hand and his sword in the
other, be hurled his legions upon the lava
beds, crushing the savage foe to the earth,
and killing,' arnong others, the well known
General Harrison, afterwards the Presi
dent of the United States."
J. think we shall have to part, Mr
Scudder. It seems to mo that your car
eer as a journalist ought to como to an
end right here.! I will accept your resignation.
Cashmere Soquet, Brown Wind
sor, Sterling, Poxcine, Carbolic, and
attempted to fifty other kinds of Toilet Soans. at from 5
uis norse. lie
to 75 cents a cake.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
A ROYAL SMOKE.
A J It
and raP him n In, 1o 1 ' , vf u.anJ !one
lM a u: "I"". ! Ie" ne Argus. p0jfet out this paracranh.
you wny yon
back, -vthich made his eves snan.
' ! m oar mat, ii wjts uecause thft nrhnvio
A "VrT'tT"C,T rTTTnnnn A i rrn lll rpni) vnn. ..I... .1 .
mjyuin uuinuftu uaol. -- .v-;uui owHcmnn iuat at me oattie
. 01 ouniier liill the Confederal
But this time it is nearer home, and ?' ?nd the Carthagenians
loncnes ine question that is stirrine- to 7 " . 19 uo BPot 10 virgiuia
its depths the popular mind. A priest hll5? mi me ufiacred, lhaft lhat
in Newport, 1; refueses bu&f rites He 'jfe "S"
parents sent her to that language, Mr. Scudder, and your
xuuuispaicn trienda will iuhderstand tho ita.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar. p?4aTe
Only 5 Cents;
IT DRIVES AWAY CARE, AMD PUTS
You in a Good Humor.
Also. All popular brands at from 2 to
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
5SE ftr 1H Swseleart.
Richmond & Danvile. Eichmonrl &
SSre-A V-ir N C. Diyiidn, and
uyxui western x. u.tit. W .
in jsnect on and anr Buadsy. Dec. 19th,
GRAND COMBINATION OJRGANS.
FITfEf) WITH TIIEXI-WMT IN VKNXED -
An invention haying a most important bearing on lhe future of Re(l In'stmmentl by a
which the quarAiiy or volume of tone U very hugely increased M
and the quality of tone rendered - ' '
Epal to tlial- of tie Best Pipe Organs of k Same Capacity.
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste.'
ing "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stop, "Genid Hofn,"
and : ; . i
"'Vox llaraana.'-Vilcox4Jatent." "Oct:',,
t:lVP f V.nnl. 1 i
ALL. THE LATEST IMPKO V KMNtS
" Air-Line J'net'n
" Burkevillo .....
Arrive at Uichmond.
Fifty Different Stvles.
Caa be obljained only in these Organs.
'arlor azxd tlio Clinr Ali
A M -
Arrive at Charlotte...
1.39 r u
THE BEST IW MATERIAL AND WtfttRM ansuid
tiuahfv atuj olume ot 1 one unequalled. "
PBICES, 850 TO 8500.
FA CTO R Y A N I WAREKOOMS, CORNER 6tli AND ( OXGRESS St -
I : - DKJliOITMIClilGAK: - '
(SS7A3ZiZSXZZ3D IIISSO.) Wanted in Svery County
AddressiGLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO '
May 20 1875.-ly. w, yxi.:
to a girl because her
to a Protestant school.
is in these words :
Newport, Dec. 14. Quite a num
ber of residents of this quiet city are
bumewaac maignant because the Cath
A Tou6hinf? Incident.
Not many years since certain miners.
imt annchmvn ..n , tM.i . : r";") v- . x uuuu uiuue. or dl
Alovinffwn::Cr.:t,,, Mary's Church. refWrfrn .v .wru?wrgrouudcamo upon the
a - vmh i ituuu uraiciL in iifi i . a ar w v ' & uiiu liAir I ra -
On the dav Bhe is mfJ . hrA i iremain of a rlano-W.. r t1 j I . T 14 P yonng man who had
I retire: all things that are grand and true
All things that a man should te? f
If you give thi? all, I will stake my life
Tti be allou demand of me. 5
H y9 cannot be this, a laundress and coofc
.xouj can nire, and a httle to pay; -
Buta Roman's heart and a, woman's life ?
' v Are not to be woe that way. 'r
AM ELE0AF3T LINE OF MAGWIFIC.fJT
B TOILET 3ETT3,
oti-LL, TlILET 130XEt POW-!
DER and PUFF BOXES, FANCY
PO'JKET BOOKS, MIRRORS,' &c. &c,
KLUTTZS Dm- Store.
J.eave Gteeneboro.. J 11.00 in
"Co Shops ...... .
An. IUleigh 3.49 l u
Arr. At Ooldsboro'.. g 6.40 m
sArr 4-10 en
L'v 8 20 x M
Co. Shops.. t..
inife it Raleigh...
Arrive at Joldt.boro
a Arr. 7.30 fM
Lf. 2.00 rx
OMIflBUB & BAGGAGE
remains of a dauehter of MannT'l T.l "'l Tur" i.""uB wuo nau per
to be brought to the church, for the the body had beer, snbjected-an Igen
Purpose Of havine: the Usual burlnl DreDared in iKa laKMt,t f ' t i
. - j - - . mi i a - v aMsiwav ua iih i lira n a
services performed He also refused effectually arrested the rrocesa of , 1 TIP Trnn nnTim mo n i nrm
to officiate at the house of the deceased ,pey brought it up to the snrfaclndPfli!, 1UU IU fAlUXy
lue reason ocing mat the ehild was 7 a wuue "oroaghly exposed to
perumiea to attend . the Protestant aiu,v,8,nere 11 laJ the ima-e of
scnooi. .n conseauenra nf th',a "uo man. jo convhls
iysiTu wxuwraiuf is, o.n.m
C OA1.EM Branch. )
Leave lireensboro i.... 4.45
Arrive at Salem I e 4&
Xeave Salem I..,. 8.15 a m
Arrive at Greensboro.. 10.33
From the Chicago. Tribune.
:e oj a
conseauence of t b a "uo "U"K man. Jo convhlsious had
cision the bodv nf fk K i passed over the! face in death th fia.
i Placed in Ihe vfliilf nf Px es were tranquil: the hair black a- iot.
K-L- J V. X 'V" M"ira dUl o one recosrnized the fW
v . - v f u fj&UCIBilUU
Cemeteiv tn nIf Tt- i I. .
services nas; been he d as into the shaft for the last time.
JSqomeray. , : ; It is runiored that a Protestant clergy, hnrried from hercottaro
woman who had
cottage at hearin? th
up and ehe knew the face.
singular weapon used by the native fVT IT- "5 - . a Positive lact wrougn.au these long years, she
ofiustaUsAebL Hiw that frien,ds ?f the family have had rgotten. The in;r a8 t0
themiuS bv hk V?!i? recommended such a step to be taken. hLaV0 been her hneband the morning after
inenrubeu by the natives. Of them Th r,W i that on which ti.... g ailer
. - . . I y f.ivg. uvm tuat ne Bave ' t nn , " lusto were no
" I I .1 . -
crco wneu ine ?rarheArirl 11
reason annvp. atntoH . rri,A j wucu ine ffrar-h(afUM
leet to sert rjositivptv tW l,a .m j j gnm-cast herself unon the vouthfnl Mra
ther reason: " h aQd P0ttred intp his deaf ear many wrTrdi
ot endearment unused for forty years It
kuucoing contrastthe one so
"They ranged from
m ho other reason.
..vvvax.uuMiapes, an carved a " In thfia SW Ww..'i ,
r- y v, iwusdi wouxu oe
I s m s
"wu. jLiiuv were maort nt a HmNi i i . i t-. .. r- 1 .Uc umcr no voiinc. 1 hav
- " ; ""Ift. I am n PflCMI tr nnm iL - TkT .11 O r uuu UUIU
a I I "
Chemical Paints, eo called, hae proven
failures: simply because the chemistry
l e .
U1 "'or manuiacuire seems to consist in
the quantity of water that is combined!
with the paint, ' by iho addition of an
Alkali, cither Potash, Lime or Soda, Sec.
i-'nemicai 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 Prepared Paint with
the guarantee that it is not a Chemical
Paint; contains no Water, no Alkali, no
adulteration, and is made of only such
material as ere used by the oldest paint
era. Our Paint will cnvr.r mora aiirfaA
K? MA t VU
little and looking like a' wooden
heavy wood, and weighed from twot6 -5! lat T e export been young these bn
lureenounos. j n th fttiwic fKmr r-. K""ir,v" uuu " uul. uu e.iuc on wun tho ..,a
k t.i. T : . . va1 rage tnan many ot .our rnni stood still wifl. iU a., V. , .TU ., . .
r"1" urA au Pcntoanincn, and taper beT Hundrpd; nSf ; "t . aid T xitfr- wan any Uhemical Taint in the world.
to apouit at each end. f JTT . r. ""c" m una "
"One of the natives nieked ,,n thi. "ln " tnpbI1CschooIsby
piece of wood and, poising it an E 1 ,SiTmLne.!monstran- Squeeztag the Hand.
stant, threw itj giving it a rotarv mnL Ur'I i Tl UHMa parents
x:- V-p.. xi ? : " s ? roiary mo- are constrained bv tb ima Tt i. .i... , . ;
xor me nrst one Hundred feet tak b. Ii:m ..t" " r.7'- : v, 7i 6 we nnaentood the
Passenger tralM leaving Kaleigh at 11.05 am
connects atdreensboro' with tins Konthrn Yin
train; making the quickest ti me to all Snnth
cities. Accomodation Train Ipavino- Raioin-t.
7.30 r. connects with Northern bound Train at
urernsuoro lor HIClimOnd and: All nnint. p.
Price of Ticket aamc a via ntw r.o.
Accommodacion Train leaving nnon.KM
.po p. m. connects at Goldsbore with Nortbefn
and Southern bound Trains on the Wilminirton
A rill VV'a Iaii I;iMn9 wv
Lynchburtr AcconimoilAtrnn lAora dxmwa
daily at 9 00 Am, arrive aBnrkeville 12.S6 1
I'lV." MrMT," 20fi, arrive at Uich
mond 4 34 rx :.
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Bichmond, 282 Milei.
Papers that have arranrrpmon. .v.
I schedule of this company will please print as
rPnt f "
For farther information address
JOHN It. MACMURDO,
Gan'k Paasenger Agent.
Jto..it.W. ll:-tf. W
Carolina Centra! ; Railway
OkKICE GKKEBAL SrPKBIIfTiSDKXT. )
Wilmington, N. C. April 14, 1675. 5
ior more it went straight ahead Then W?T VT7C u tne public wu"mw are sometimes put upon
UentlVi t baclf. K.avino ' L!u. entire V nn .aU - 5 , . i ,B.
Vnf tK?e 1-71 ' i Ti& , wuuuren learn . i3 . " u a aeciaration
jxeyw tuis atue else. than the Pnfwl,;OM l0Te inis is ?erv
We authorizo their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. Ye agree to I
re-paint any house with English BB
White Lead, or any other White Lead, if j
our 1 aints do not prove perfectly aatisfac
Sold only at KLUTTZ'S Drng Store.
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday, April
trains wuiron over this Railway as follows i
Leave 'Wilminffton at.....:...
Arrive at Charlotte at,
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive in Wilmington at
ittacked to the left ad rose dfehS3 1 &
still rotaUnt? raoiSlv. Tt. hf r'Vfi- vuf cnuaren lcara r""",JrfiUiv11 10 a declaration; of
. a j - M.xav tuia i 1 1 ii 1 1 Pica rnon i l i iutr. i nia i a ...
later course for a hundred feet mm V iV"T e aiecnism in the w-""". , IV J'. jrprwing indeed,
perhapbntsc.ntofe ve them &s hand like
again, describing a hrnadP,. , . e P"est.". J3ut,fthe iMtr:liA"irivl a Q2e
k mnrhov, lf . ir IT - Priescs snoum refuse to nerform tho :.r"T'"X, wuru . ucr nugers. Very
V . . . eartn six or funeral rites ovpr th AaA 4.uZLji truiy j isow, n was oar tnefsst ffl.ni- ru j r . L
eigufc xeei in irontot the thrower, hav bp on nUlMi:Zl .T . ""c WUU1U ca8lom t0 squeeze every hand tW V" UUreO. IOf UeiltS. Wilmington at.
v n r mo naM a-vm.. v a - w -r - a -w aiMaiii. is a a,.. . a. a. - -
It a . v a circle ln tb air- i And now we hav ftnm v j f . ur clQlcIies especially a fair nne.
Another native then took the same from jEX. Vfrom Ran I it not a wonder that we have nere,
boomerang and cast it, hoilins it with SlSTfS 7 ,Mr udMt Ensued for a breach of promise ? We
the same W. It JookXS tt! S. zAltIZ
broader cnrvM -r, a " t ijuirx)ravaise. -naices of the hand.
who intrudes one or tun
touch, as if he were afraid
Btemper, should go to
lolly old farmer. He
ens-ance. and alinlroa
lecre the Bi.loS3"ri T r.1?0. yoashould hannen
a til m alf TIT a a
lfth, 1875, the
r as fol
7.15 A M
7. 15 P. M
.7.00 A.1 M
7.00 P. M
With or without PortaUa Hot Water Reservoir and Closet
Soa't tuj as eld-fuUcael Store, 'hit set es
With all latest improvements.
. - )
largtst Oven and Flues. Longest Fire Box for br wood.
; Ventilated Oven, Fire Back and Fire Box BottontHB-
aures a Quick, Sweet and Even Bake and Roast
Swing Hearth and Ash Catch, Won't soilHoor or carpet.
Durable Double and Braced Centers and Ring Covers.
Burns but little wood. Has Mica or Sold Iron front.
' Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. No Old Scrap Ire
Kickel Plated Trimmings. Tin Lined ven 'Doors.
i Ground and Silver-like Polished Edges aad Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron: Won't cract
Manufactured by ,
RATH BONE, SARD & CO., Albany, N. Y.
? Said by an EnUrpritini Dealer in ever Tifepifc
. , . L. V. BROWN,
Bwhabury, F. C. Nov. 11, 1875,-i-Suioa;
ACfllfJ E 70tlK S
Corner of Fulton & Council, Streets,
I Salisbqf y, Xi C.
Having all my new Machinery in opera
atiun, I am now prepared in collection with
the Iron & Brass works to do all linds of
wJod work, euch as Lumber Lh-ejjsin?,
Tdngne & GrovTnff. malfinrr Ri;n-?0 ,
m jJJoors, making moulding fniri i jocH to fi
juries wiae,.aiso Turning & Pattern jnak-
iny, awlng Bracketts. S:c. Having th
oeat Aiaebioery and first elasa workman.
aatisiacuon is gaaranteed. i
pnlySO, 1875. ly.
J have fitted up an Omnibus and Baggage'
Wagon which are nlwajs ready to conver-ptr-
annr. m .... Il J . 1 " .
!" v iriu me uepoi, 10 and ironi p4i,
weddings, Ac. Leave order-sal Mansion Hqm
or at, my Livery Sale , Stable, Fisher' street .
near Kailroad bridge. , .
M. A. BRI'GLE'
Aug. 19. tf.
Chesapeake and Ohio E E
THE-aREAT CENTRAL ROITE BE
TWEEN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Leave Richmond fl.:w
44 Charlottesville, -2.or
Arrive White Snlnhur fCA".
am 9.10 p hi
i ui 1-30 p J
with . all of e Gttal
PEEIOHT T E A IN S
- - uaauavu Hb....
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at.
Arrive in Wilmington at...
6.00 P M
6.00 A il
F I X L S.
e of.twe hundred van
wards.1 ' After him they all
11 fr; R Worof-the vdlage reYused ta nothinff like it, it
endbatpnfthem failed toeing th S hVC ough the any rat., and i
weapon back to the spot where IheV Sr.IPi? ce?etr3r; They might boneiof onr fingem,
stood. " ' wnere tuey put it ir through a hole in the fence, of joint rather tl
Warranted or money Refonded, at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
T ni ... C
ueave VoanottB at i 8.00 A M
Arrive aiiiunaxo at--.... .... 12 M
t n : ev i
ueave rmnaio at ; i2.3Q p M
Arrive in nariotte at i. .. .4.30 P M
o Trains on Sunday eccept one freight train
luai leaven umington at o p. m., instead of
nimself. Well, th i-
Shows a good heart r
wonld crath tb LAMPS
- I r j iu eu.uu,
oo, whicK cast witkVS of jcrg S'
MndBhakeonrebouIder PURE GRapp. wrsiv
mA : !" "" ,,--..o.w man ne snonid nok nn.. " ' " vju
-u tuejpruccssion ot friends should ?a,r "' he were about to come in ,Z A60 et8- quart.
mrtrL ' 2 :! """goipat am Tbev went hnm, ia witb a bear or bvna
I ITI O T anal V ' . a -
ii a. w a i:n l mmhti vn n a au. .a
O Tfn S a I aV . w w ui va u II 1 IhA aa
- It flew, very quickly for fbrtv or&U-J hVnrT ; IJV11 Uwa?a' in hode Ia" he idS itTi lhe hand when be
. .yaikWaiairiLi?? rraace theEomish Church U0J Reserve to have a bind
: : W into th? a well
Connecta atWilnungton with Wilmington fc
We don, and Wjlmington, Columbia Augnsta
Railroads, Semi-weekly Xew York and. Tri.
a lJ? 1 Philanelphia
.iver lioata io JTayetterille
Connects at Charlotte with iU wttern Di-
. - uavc a nana
in his poasesaion: and that 1, j?"
WW a grwq of auatard-iood. '
aujr m me worl ',11 centa per pound.
SPECIAL INCREMENTS TO PHYSI
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THEQ. KLt JZ'S, DjtuoSTop,
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Tbog supplying the whole West, Northwen
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cheapest Koute, with less changes of caw than
any fetber, and passes through the jwettt xtncnf
in the torid. ',. ,
Passengers taking the Express train on tb
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to any point in the West. -
First class and Emmigrant Tickets at tlj
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. GreensboroS. C
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W. M. S. DUXX,
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are the best the world produces. They are
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the result is, beautiful Flowers' and splendid
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Flower & Vegetable Garden
is the most beautiful work nf the kind in tht
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Flovert beautifully -drawn and colored from
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Vick's Floral Guide.
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