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JAMTARY 20, 1S76. VT
7 CfcrrfinaL'JLfc Closkey on illegible in
: ' Public Schools. ,r i
Messrs Editors ; i i -
From time to time almost immemorial, it
has been admitted that the amount . of-pat- New . York,3 Jan. 14. Cardinal
ronage given iustltutiona of learning, is a McCloskej, addressing the Catholic
sore index to the jprbgrss of refinement-and Union, alluding to the discussion in rela
civilization df the eoontrv; mid that wul ton to the Bible in public schools said-
patronage g.yen literary enterprises, is a "persecution which appears to bej
Burned.-Some dastard fired" half presage of peace, harmony, and just admin- UlcPed ,s to come, let it coroe. ; ;1 hey
lacks oflIy Belonging to M.j. John istration of civil koverninenw If this . b merge irom , .Better. MJUoUct
V,:nUikst wPk. ':! ., Akr.i.- . matt, , ever. i ma suonDJe. Oie ?said, wasr
ajiew.'ye u. iciuuu . w: nope ior Deuer I : . ! - -- .'.-. ,
i - I ' t. . 1 , n ' f . . "r"-cr not gdmg to be religions but political
1 :.. . . - ! I t MOPS? limitn i.hrhnl i nnnJ 1. .. . ' -. - L . . "V
" V r--r TT' irouDie, The rrotestants had 1 hted
wuh seyenty-twomaiaes oti itberoll, and there the- fire and expected - .the Calnnlics
are about te young wen Non the College would sapp!y the fuel. Ue nrced them
lands who intend; to be regular students, not to , throw fagots oo the fire, but as
While we rijoicet;tht flattering . prospects c-Woh and adyisc, entreated ; them,
of an institirtiou With which we are connect- 'k'a!. the- struggle come, 4o be true to
ed, we donot.envj ' our friends across die eac?0-lhe, ndthej church, abd abore all,
ft , j -i ! ! - -
Tar Kivr Beacon-- mw paper jtast
at Greenville, N. CC, Tiros. IB. Gar-
LlUnr. is A nanusome auaiuon 10 wo
f the State. . i :
crime, was wisely abandoned. - There
woma, inaeea, oex gooa grouna ior
the community id take alarm, if mur
derers were to be acauittcd for no other
reason than that their crimes were pe
culiarly fiendish, j A case is properly
aujuugea to pe very aesperate wnen
such a defencei is suffjrestea.v
-The principal reliance, of - the de
fence, in La. Page's case, was "an alibi ;
but the evidence ;6f .that was overcome
by contradictory testimony. N. Y.
bun. ' : i l
liat Cloths. A fro.b socply of j the
i . , ii T" 1 T t a
reliable up jm;uwb. xoisiDg vioius.
riw. th, wn w.nM:;A... . were innocciu Decanseroi u
wu me iraiu i nesaay : 'rnmg as we came
up from Salisbury. Ve rfjiee at the sue-1
cess of all our fellow laborers.
Htsociate thinks it very lucky that hi j Rutherford College.'Jan. 12.
ome in leap year this time. Some
fair honored him -with; 'presents,
Vv 'took her clippers to him" oh I we
;ent liimj a pa i r--clerer, was it not ? i
TELEGRAPH STATIONS IN MID
Sereral foreign; naval powers are di
recting their attention to the praclicabili-
l7 tcestablisbing telegraph stafons in
HliaOCCan. DV uhlPh -mo ran V.a
vaf t AVillo
Blocker has !.ent(lro.m part of the sea along the
ImnnAPliS. Mr. BROOKS who; has
t-.-r -.-; . . .. l
& (yaUery at i?o. bcott's stand, talks
L. about pictures, and should have
his skill. OaM on hi in. .
wvvvvw Wa .; t e - aJCkO 1., ig. - o
brought us a curiosity iri' forced vegeta- "ncfA lue caD4lf V.the terminal poiuts on
linn- AtrnwV.Prrv Inlint fnll nf fniir hore, and vice versa, so that communi
some of it almost! matured and ready, to ca,ti?n witll 5ron'clads, mail steamers and
ripenr 'It! was I taken at will from a bed r-V" TBeo oul " may;De es
out in thd open airi and is only a little ai,8lied- 1 he layeiition consists of a
iterance Lecture Mr. i Theol
the greiit. mternaHonal temperance freaks.
wiiJ deliver a' temperance lecttfre in
if ll . :!. "!M..,.1 i Tl.
invited to attend, Adoiifion free.
more advanced than a great many. others:
The, recent exirbrdinary season of warm
weather has certainly played strange
hollow sectional colnmn. with a .m
male attached by ball and socket-ioint:
which column is lowered into the water,
and rigidly anchored to life grouud. Tho
nraucn cable la coupled to the mam cable
and carried along the column to the eur
face of the water, to be connected with
Snakes in January. Salem Press.
And now we wind up with snakes-ia
January. On the nlantation of Win . mrumente on board tho vessels, liy
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I .JT, lid.. " - . V.. - ; 'it. 11 1 f t.
i.the Soutli Yadkin, on Mcrwlay last, u,ac,t "att; w"e! 1,B. ew
I groonu. ijiziias aiso maue tneir ap
pearance, frogs piped in the marshes, and
a lew grasshoppers filled up the measure
of unusual sights m the midst of winter.
Kavassa AJuano, wbit-h exniuiis i .1 lie centennial yer promises to De a
i ' " I r l ' ' i i a 1
iw-H-rkaMe -TfwV111 the exprimen- year oi wonders at home and anroad.
n'-aih.iiiid theJiOrsjH became unmonage
4 iiadel into tli river. "
uaval and strategical movement?, while a
snip in distress could communicate her
exact position, the nature of her disasters
and . thus procure assistance. London
made hy fr. E iA.-i'ttoPST, asv re
n nrtrtthT enlnniu,"lia Uie additional
Mbn-uji AtfJfl Carolina product.
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e'tminrr ii. i r veiuy 11 seetns 10
Highway Robbery. Arcliie Odom
a white man, was tried before Justice
n.u ii.tr 1 1 1
the ministers ten i driukinjr. Char- -uwin ,ias jionaay ior nignway
lotte Observer r Ori Friday evening all roDDery. Udom approached a man
of.ilre Protestiint tniuisters af -the city named iurner across the river last
aneembled at the residence of Rev. Theo. Saturday, and asked hira to chancre
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triumpnauuy aneau miimU r.uu u- Whitfield ,the pastor ol the linptist church, lor him a VZi) bill, as he wished to pay
wuric vu$y wits. icn. uu cp.ui a uimjr i suiuu nuijus wuo were tugging a anon,
ieiighirci evening m pociui conversation, burner pulled ; out his money, and
Williamson whitehead of avetteville, " e taiq una io muicaio xnai tue mmeui
imsalf a few niRbtf ago in hi office the um is not a great while ott.
fmpattiyoi ail wnt Know mem.
t-ek 'before' Ink we noticed j th buds
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Bug' on the Elm trees, the early flowers
1-102 ; last weeK, we n&a ice-n;iuung
katinei 1 his "'Wefk. acatn. the flowers
loeimna: IIyaciuths. Xarci-5nis, G1
pii JJurhiDg bush, iu-prnfjsion iu
ower cardans. The suakes'have also
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their appearance, a yuung friend hay-
then, placing it on his knee, commen
ced to count the change, when Odom
it is alleged, setzep the piley and dart
ed '.oft. 1 urneri is a crippled Confed
erate soldier. Odom was arrested in
town a - few hours after ;but,v it is
iaeturifii his skull but not entenne the
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he died v uen wo ocr-eve, in i.nnst, we trust
Him. We dolnot vnly believe Him, but
. It r . i ' . Tutu Koliivr rv tlTvr '. ' I In r lin.vrt arp in
rpf Mr uie nuronse or sen-ueRirucuon. i, "v ",v " - "
tail highly respeeieu ana nis lanmy nave ; r . T : V -T . , r-A U J,nJ cn, .,f .Uo.,
the truth and we. Know mat lie has died " " i mi.i
for our salvation. ; The head believes money,- which; amounted in all to
Him, the heart loves Him,jand the whole 160. - He was bailed in 300 for his
soul casts aside 8elfrehrfnce and trusts in I appearance at the bupenor Court
Him and i saved. 1 He who - believes a Odom has recently been pardoned
friend, can believe onr heavenly friend, out of the peniteutiarv. (to which he
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lie who can love ana trust a iaiiniui tm .vas spnt. for srn no-, fhrniierh tho n.
man heart, can lovq and trust the heart of fercession .of people who did not wish
the Dmue Ikdecuier. ch tosee his precious life (and his talent
' , It - it tV I for rascality) Wasted within its walls
1 iio I rim iii ijirihniiiiAis HT lJr1il l in I ' ' . .
, Ai:.i,, UwiJ... i'ri.e hv with. lt ,s Probable that Judge Buxton wil
.h.tmi f .lr. nfF fHv fiftv nor how give the gentleman five or-eigh
i orerli'Jad r.icciut nt! v. the otlir nirht rentnm Women whom natnre has sun- ir the penitentiary : will the Soft
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plied with an! ahuisdRiice i of hair wear neartea pnuaninroptsts ptease let mm
THE NUMBER OF 1 SHEEP
IN THIS STATE.
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The number of sheep in this State
reported for publication this year at
the Auditor's office in this city is as
ionows : , Alamance county has 4,b4y
Alexander 2,500, Alleghany 5,000,
Anson 4,000, j 'Ashe 8,400 Beaufort
3,200 Bertie 3,800, Bladen "3,200,
Brunswick 4,000, Buncombe 7.836.
Burke 2,400, Cabarrus 4,200, Cald
well 3,800, Camden 900, Carteret
1,100, Catawba near 6,000, Chatham
14,000, Cherokee 4,500, Chowan
3,50, Clay 2,5X), Cleaveland 6,200,
Craven l,735,iCumberland 4,800, Cur
rituck 2,158, Bare 1,664, Davidson
1,014, Davie 2,90 f Duplin 4,441,
Edgecombe 1,452, Forsyt he 4,413,
Franklin 4,166, Gaston 4,951, Gates
2,176, Graham mi5, Granville 6,862,
Green 901, Uuilford 8,370, Halifax
181, Harnett 3,963, Haywood 6,400,
Henderson 6,715, Hertford 2,636,
Hyde 1,664, Iredell 6,783, Jackson
2,686, Jhonsqn ,6,107, Jones 1,745,
Lenoir, 1,810 JLincoln 3,497, Macon
7,680, Madison 6,612, Martin 1,624,
McDowell 1,;87, Mecklenburg 4,546,
Mitchell 3,83, Montgomery 5,160,
More 7,720, Nash 3,035, New. Han
over 2,935, Northampton 1,986, On
slow 2,518, Orange 7,589, Pamlico
1,282, Pasquotank 1,000, Perquimans
1,2:64, Person 4,361, Pitt 1,746, Polk
1,761,' Randolph 10,496, Richmond
1,554, Robeson! 8,007, Rockingham
3,448, Rowan 4,432, Rutherford 4,
154, Sampsoh 7,672, Stanly 6,736,
Stokes 4,542,1 Surry 3,013, Swain 649,
Transy 1 vania 3,668, Tyrrel 1 1,158, Un
ion 11,921, Wake 9,004, Warren 3,313,
Washington f 6,31, Watauga 3,552,
Wayne 2,790, Wilkes 3,585, Wilson
1,467, Yadkin 3,180. It will be ob
served that Chatham, Union, Ran
dolph, Ashe, Buncombe, Guilford,
Robeson, Moore, Orange and Samp
son are the; largest sheep raising
counties in the State. Chatham stands
head with fourteen thousand; next
comes Union! with eleven thousand,
then Randolph with ten thousand,
the'others have seven and eight thous
and. Raleigh News.
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Land Tor Sale,
A Remedy that.has made its Hark, i .
Sacces ii ibe - meed - of- excellence. The
truth of i his has never been more forcibtjr
eieinplitied than by the triumphant career if
nostetter Stoniaco Bittors. No'. sooner did
the people discoverthe ceiiube merits of that I e unaemgnca is authorized to sell pn-
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supreme invigorant And corrective than they TatciJ. inree vaiuaoe tracts ox iana, suua
hastened to stamp, it with the seat of pular- .m OTwtip,. Rowan cck, bj
. . . . . . lonemtr to the estate of the late Dr. O. P.
ny. xne pres. ana lueaicaiproion 8peea- Ho5ston, the said tracts briefly described
liy followed m toe . wako of the public, and j follows': . ;.
emphatically., eodorea it. Thus- from the n. rjne tract of 200 acres, more or less,
very outset tho success of tho Bitters ; as a adjoinirrg the s lands of W. A. Pioston, Phi
remedy and prcvutive wai. an established I Alexander, and others, on which there is a
fact, and a degree of popularity whieh it often good dwelling anc py'-bouses, and the soil
nA;nna .... frv ..; wen nua uicuiOT coiwn anu ram. -
..,... . .L u .v.lv J 2- Another tract of 188 Acrcs,.more or
M Cu tt.u.--M, less, acyoining thejlands of M. W. Gootlman,
new preparauon. binceioatuuie e rery sic- Joseph Brown an!d others. This tract is
cessire year has witnessed fresh accessions to tery productive, and a large portion of it is
the favor wun wtnen tne Jsiuers were cany i jerj neavuy iimoerea.
roirftiip.ri. ar.A lhaftrcaof its nonularitr is no . Another tract ox about 80 acres, ad
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longer confined to the United StaUs, but in. jommg vne laqua oi j. i, rreeze su otners
. . rs t t . - . vr . t i wuoioio caauvv uiiuvn vi n wuium auu
'nrlj rha RritiQh Prnnncoj 1 1 Vnr 1 A nor. I - r
.Terms of sale reasonable,
Apply to the undersigned, at ML Ulla P.
O.. Kowan co., H. U. B. U. lttNKIN,
Jan. 10, 1870. i 14:3in
ica and the West Indies. South America,
Mexico, portions of Europe and Autrailia.
That it is not only a remedy' for dyspepsia,
coustirpation, biliousnes, urinary and uncrine
complaints, nervousness and , debility, but
alxo a preventive uf those maladies to which
airJ and water, impregnated with miasaia,
give birth, has bee" nowhere, so btrongly evi
denced as in tlioso regions where climatic
conditions unfavorable to health exist, and John Ruffty and wife Rosa, Moses Peeler and
In the Superior Court,
SUMMONS FOB .BELIEF.
wife Polly, John F. Hodge and wire Camilla
Wj. Ilouge, Moses Trexler and wife Eva, John
Link and wife Sophia, Alexander Waller and
wnu Laura Jane, Calvin Larnheart, Mary L.
Earnheart, Wm, D. Enmheart, and Henry
George W. Hnffuian, Dovey M. Euffman.and
Micbael lloltfhouser aad wire Clementine.
State of North Carolina.
To the SJierifff 'Rowan county Greeting'.
Ton are hereby commanded to summon
George W.,IIuffman, Dovey M. Huffman, and
Michael Holshouser and wife Clementine, the
moderately briks. Middlings, 11$ Defendants above named, if they be found
low do 11 wiinin your county, to appear at tne etnee or
Ktiiinq S(rh(X I tne uierK or tne ouperiotuourx i.ir ine county
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Fmuai-market stocked best fam. 8.00 i A4?wan wuninxweniy uays auer tne service
o k oi icis Bummons on mem, exclusive oi me uay
Wheat good demand at
Conx market well supplied
Meal moderate demand at
Sweet Potatoes readily at
Irish do according to quaT.
where the Bitters have been long and con
stantly tested. To call this superb conical a
remedy that has made, its mark, cannot we
think be regarded as boasting, since there , is
probably no proprietary remedy more widely
known, universally respected and emphatically
endorsed than these Bitters.
- SALISBURY MARKET,
Corrected by McCubbixs, Beall & Deax.
January 20, 1875.
Chickexs per dozen $1.502.00
Eggs ( 12i15
Oxrbxs in demand 75
Cabbage full market per lb. 2,2 J
. Arta, T".- If such service, alnd answer the complaint, a
mW2Zrz:iZ Copy of which will be deposited iirthe office of
-2 ! t the Clerk of the Superior Court for said county,
ou(-$oo 1 within ten days from the date of this summons.
405Q and let them take notice that if they fail to an
50 75 swer the said complaint within that time, the
5055 plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief
2025 Iqemanded mtho complaint
Herein fail not.ind of this summons make
due return, i Given jmder my hand and seal of
said Court, this 8th day of January, 1876.
JO LIN M. UOUAH.
Cleric Superior Court of Boican County,
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES.
Raleigh, January 19, 1S75,
FLOUR, North Carolina $0.50 a $0.75.
CORN MEAL, 90 a 1.00
BACON, 1. C. hog round, 16.
" hams 20.
HIDES, green, 7 a 8.
FOT)DER, baled, new $1.25.
II AY, N C. baled, good. 1,00.
XOTICE.-Having retired from the Watch-
pian, I will thank all those indebted to rtie
for advertising or otherwise to come forward
and settle promptly. .
J. J. STEWxVKT.
HEW i ADVERTISEMEIiTS.
C .1' rPAtOBCK of New Books on BTJIL
vfv i. jitNG fiee
27 .rarren St. if'.
BICKNELL t CO
oo you mj
WANT ;' i ' CUIUCUilllg lllttk Wilt
UTrtHT I? V" r'DX J"00 n honorably over $150.
JllUriJu I a month wore.; Iavntroiirf
lixioxljo Greenwich St., N. -Y..,
PSTCHOMANCY,OR SOUL CHARM- i
rUtO." ; Hoir either sex mar fascinate aud
gtin tli loTe&iaffections ofjany person they- -" '5
choos SnBtantty. This simple, mental ai-qnire- '--
oient au can Mwe, free, bjrjnait, for 25c, - jr'-
together iwith la mnrrino-p nriir!: 1.iTrliin J 1.
Oraclef tream Ilints to Ladies, Weddine-' ' ,
X-ight Jplilrt, c A queer book. Address T.
WILLIAM & Co., Pubs. Phils. - - 1 2:4ir v
A! GREAT OFFER!! '
We will durir.2 the HOLI DAYS ditxe" of -
100 PfANOS f and ORGANS of first clasa
m&ker including WATERS', at lower prieea
man eirer before offered. Monthly . install
menls received running frorn12 to 30'' months!
Wairaiitrd for 6 years. Second Hand lnstru "
menu it extremely low prices for cash. -IUvt- -t
rated Gatuloguet Mailed. Agents wanted. Ware
rooms 4SI J.roHdwny, K.Y. HORACE WA- .
TERSA SONS- ; 12:4w.4
BIT ATJIM ELIZA TTOUriO,
Srigbam ITounp's XLebcllions Wife.
SOT The only complete Expose f all the
SECRETS of BRIGHAM'S HAREM ever
written. Born in Mormonism, ANN El
now expose to the world. AS NO 0TI
WQP.UN CAN the SECRETS. MYSTERI
and CBIME. of the horrible svNtein of Polypa-
T V. ' I ? f rv 1
my, irm me yery oegHining. ieanj uv il
lustrations beautify tlie work. It ia the best
selling. book published. 10,000 more men and
women can have emplovment and make - from
$5 toSlO daily. vALl LIVE AGENTS
writinx for.Illuatrated Circoiara with LARGE
TERMS Sent free. Do not delay, but ad
dress D US FIN, OILMAN & CO., Hartford,
Ct., Chicago, 111., or Cincinnati, Ohio. 12:4w
i ; ,
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness
AI0 ALL THO AT DISEASEJS,
'4 ; Use
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PUt UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A THIRD AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggist generally, and -FULLER
& FULLER, Chicago, III.
K Pfv Wil1 by
1 J Uln. Lye at
ne liox of toncentatect
pie tlkiDi; hnsiiifss in true ; leap year
She wifs t-lliiij;hnnuhat he ought to
rnondanil fnarpy that b could'-see n
ition. lie drew -himself ut hautfhtilv
tskej. Vwhat do you take iinei'f.n ?'
lid, '-for better Or for worse." Wit
aicing hat 6he bad said, be went on.
nitiitMitp m fur f.-.l." rKvclm ca.it.
- w- " " . - -I . . Ill ...
;e you to love, honor and' obeyrj getb
at this point our patns separated they
dae way .ve' another.
.10110 biit.tbrif own; It is either braided stay there, at least until he gets to know
and toiled about tbff top oft be head, or the ways of the place? Fay. Caro.
combed LacK ifrom I he forehead, and worn
iu linirlfets doyru the back ot the neck.
If a, more elaborate a.id complicated bead
dress is desired the "artist capillaire
makes l "ilk chignon matching the cokr
of the hair, discarding fales hair alto-
er. : i
Catch 'Em -ou Kill 'Em Last
Tuesday, says the Observer,. a band of
highway robbers, 4 in number and all
negroes, attempted to take a trunk
from Caj)t. J. R. Erwiii's carriage,
about 4 miles beyond the city. Capt.
Mr. Jainei Mallard, of tbe SttteeTiHe E's father died "suddenly, on Tuesday,
JJandmurk. wa married in that town on I and it was nearly dark before the
ntiUrouud the city, several retired Thursday last to Miss Jennie Jackson. Captain, with his family, left Char
tessM or -brick pressers"! who sem V was earlyfon 1 barsday moruing, fuiys lotte, for hjs father's residence. The
me. yj.anamurf -inn c i noble Sheriff of Mecklenburg has of-
cbecks. A vry crgreeable party of fnends yjgj a reward of 25 for the arrest
were assembled at ;.ne uacKBOii nouse as , p il 1
.1, w D . . 1 of each one of them, and weearn
witnesses. uev. Dr. Biutou officiated in ... , . t, ,
i most felicitous manner. Amidst bap-1 , r X v.t b
Pv congratuiaiiona the supremely happy nes o every description are getting
looking couple departed on the western to be too numerous in this part of the
bound train for Mnrgautton. where they moral vineyard, and we, suggest to our
will spend portion ot the lioneymoon. autnorities, municipal ana country, to
! devise a plan by which such charac
A Hard decision -Tw Dawson Bank ters as tramps and idlers can be made
Held Respotfsible. to show, satisfactorily, how they make
New York, Jan. 14-In the United their bread and meat. A plan of this
States Circuit Court, Exchange llank BUl "r ' , w.
versus .LMwson pans 01 limmtrion,
epjoyin'0.i'Mnt sine - dignitdte. Occa-
liy takint: up "BufMo Bill's" ' trade,
ng the quails quake with fear, when
i.iiinl of their . obstreperous euns pre-
their secluded resorts. The rising
li.seem to have little conception of the
rn onpurtuuities which thev i now pos-
nor.thiuk when they are once out of
grasp, are goue forever. If they would
Jer these thiugs, hey would nc spend
Cream or their lives in this tnauuer. Re.
4er that otia dant titia. . 1
The Career of Andrew Johnson
U statesman ami patriot has passed away, I
is deeds' will live alter him. Vhat acoin-1
an 1 hfs fame on the advantages of an
?icaa-eitii-u? tJiilettered aid unaided,
M upottlhiuirelCi lie'advanced step by Ktep
1ih.kiw0st statiua in Ufe,4o the highest
in the gift of tho American people. All
as accomplished by unswer. iugriitegrity,
lessxpursee, and persevering research.
e eserci-o of thesaTurincinlesi it is in the
? of any poor and fVi end less by to attaiif
smerand result. The same success iff
panic me cnuunercial : woria in tne
acal.-as'-lis hroveai iu ease of IE. ; TUTTlS
Ida ttp Preparation. He, conscious ,of
italua, labored pi-tiently.. and' to-day Jno
inft hni tat-
itiotfa his LiverrPilld. Ttey stand ori
ipmost round of the. healing-ladder J 1,
: -: i . h
irrtditoiaiKr3alttmoro aud Nei
1, bvebten and are after them, bu
rFALURE. We learn that New-
young men foiruerly of Jack
IIinijJDyidson but latterly run
; two eiofes, one at llockiiigliam and
Vilhr ,j T U.ln. 1:11. ; t.. '.r
V intV. llilVP Tililpd fur a ' tarf Mil mnt
--'-7- - fc. v m
sakl wjtb rather a ejiui propped of
verinauy thing. It i. reported that
1 hava i.o available assetts out of a
t 1 -
fiess atnounlincr to thousands ot dol-
having rnystor.Loas.jr' made way with
Among those having claims against
! are Armstrong OttWr&N- Cn.. for
"CTygood $605 G." W.Gail & Ax,
9, .S30p;,:;tjrtebum& Richards,
; Daisman A.'Kvli.- &5on. R.-hiinm.
- -j j v " , v . . .. ..
&Bi.kheady S204 C3; , Raymond,
ms & Co , . for Groceiies,' $1,500;
? areyfdSlwes" $2,k00. ? ' - '
L "Vflfjllooda were "bought iu the
ft v'11e!,rr,'d if ffe men bad
wfiif Knalnnai' nnirlit tn la
:ufer to shoW i be goods or the mon
feived for'iirriV r Hut iir is Wnrier
I 'bat hybaT-b'eir dealing in n
FIRE IN MOBILE.
Mobile, Jan. 14. This morning be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock a fire broke out
on fet. r iHiuisrstreet. 1 he entire block,
bounded by f . Michael street north, 0t.
i raici- s.uh;, Royal east, St Joseph
wtst, with '.he exception of the Bauk of
Mobile, R.-giter oLuco, old rstcrn
Union Telegratpli ofSce aud I lie old .El;
press olnce, was destroyed. 1 he lire
originated in the rear of Lemoin Bro's
saloon, .and having reached Davis eta-
bles where a Urge lot of bay and grain
as 6torod, spread wnh great rapidity.
The loss, it is supposed, will reach near
one hundred thousand dollars
portion was cdveredy insurance
Injunction Against Panama Railroad-
New York, J Jan. 14. Tho Supreme
Court board apiieil from Judge Dono-
hue's injuncliou rostiainiug the Panama
Railroad uoui running lines ot steam
ebips on Atlantic and Pacifies. Dci.ion
Bon YoragcTtccnty one North Caro
Una Frcedmen) off for Liberia.
New York, Jan. J4. Twenty one
frcedmen withUwo preachers from North
Carolina and t ui iuua sailed for Monro
via iu west Africa.
works well, from the fact that these
ruffians are retreating South, and our
unsuspecting, hard-working citizens
N. C, to recover for a draft sent tbo
Dawson Bank for collection, which sent
drafts to its agent for 'collection, who
failed, the Court decided that tbe Daw- are victimized everv dav or two. Two
son Jianic became penonaiiy responsioio jj0rses haVe,B pecn stolen trom this
tor the dratt wnen it recetveq 11 ior coi-ntv :ns of thrr wpeka. and
lection. tramps were seen jn.the vicinity just
T - 'i'. .1 . tAj 1-.. before the horses "strayed' off. Our
in ano'.uer cuiuxun u u.n ici.ic-1 i ,, , , , , .
..,;v f,.ll and h.tPrestino-review people have been duped enough, in
ii.p mateiof Methodism ihrouffhout the various ways, since the war, and now
u,nr.A ti... tntal nnmher of eommuritnts for themto endure j the ravages of
bfinc' estimated i at 3.704,193, giving, stincking, loafing tramps and idlers,
with their families! about 14.500.000 at- it will be too bad. Let something be
tendants oh the i worship of the sect, done by the authorities for their pro
.... .w . :, .l L I . !. . .
I he lear lsoon wneuce mesc ngyrca are tection.
taken, esiilnates the membership of the
Methodist fcpi" Oliu ch in the Unit- TH SENTENCE OF LA PAGE
cd Slates at 3,000.000. The official
Btatiftifefl g?va the Church North 1,604J La Page, the murderer of JoIE
The Raleigh News says : The value of
farming utensils et cetera reported atthe
Auditor's office this year, is 7,083,903
dollars. This includes farming uten
isils, tools of iniechanics, household and
ktfehen furniture, provisions, arms for
muster, wearing apparel for owner and
family, and libraries and scientific in
nrobationers. and j make the value of the
property of tbevj Church in ' excess of
363 membjprsL iucluding ministers and j LAifGMAID,jhe school girl iri New
Hampshire, has been sentenced to be
confined w the btate Prison until dan.
19, 1877, and then to be hanged by
the neck until, he .is. dead.'
A good deal is said about the im
portance of executions following swift
ly on . the heels of capital crimes, to be
effective in their influence. But there
Caldwell Messenger i
Mr. J. Ti Powell intorms .na tttiat a
chestnut jree, which stood uponxtle
lauds known as the Alex Perking farm,
on Johns River, was recently cut down
The tree ;was 120 fee V high, and the is something .inddscribably awful in
stump measured ;8 feet iu diameter; 18 the doom of this young man. Toliein
rail cuts, Fhicli made 1,000 rails, were I ffa cell three hundred and sixty-five
taken fromUbe body of the tree : the re- j--.- niv th 1 falP.n ont and execn-
.t . 'j 1 a r"r "rv - .7.. r.
tne tree inuue f iu iuuuo.wi
3 loads f bark. Near the
wood and i
ted at the end of them what .can be'
.T. rft. more dreadful ? i
:t!Tl"Tpn Antt it is an open question whether
the example is not renderel all the
n ?! 1 x-.f-
more mnuenuai oy iuis preiimmary
imprisonment. It is true the final
catastrophe is postponed, but what an
existence precetles i 1 1
The case is thus-kept iu the publie
mind ; and if it has a . restraining in
fluence, and tends: to , prevent crime,
was in a bottle similar to that containing r .r f 1, 1.1
medicine He had beenj taking. A physT tneir pnnisrrmenu un
Clan wsb nrucunm " "uciv mx . S v r . TI.U.
.i::.i. u;m ," , kt 1 jlub oruousu w -.-"v.
above treg waa a
which meaisnred 2s- fejet iir diameter 200
fence stakes and caps were made fiom
tbe body of. this tree. The two trees
furnished raUs and stakes for. one hun
dred panels o? fence. " . I
i -"v r
Mr. M. H, BabshAEDT, ho is em
ployed in (his office, came near faking a
,-s ttlef', last Sandayl morning. He took
a dose of iodine .thro-ugh mistalce, as it
A lar jro
CHARLOTTE MARKET Jan. 17.
Cotton Dull at 12f for good middling ;
middling" 12, low middling llf to llf;
trood ordinarv 104 to 11.
Flour Market dull at $3.00 to $3.25 tor
Country, and for city mills f 3.40 to $3.60.
C orn In light demand at Go Cts.
Ranawav from the subscriber on the
3d of January, inst., Alex, a black boy, aged
15 or 16 years, well grown, a bounden ap
prentice to learn the business of a farmer,
Said bov left without any known cause. I
will pay the alove reward for his arrest and
return to me, and hereby forewarn all per
sons against harboring or employing lum.
Davie Co., Jan. 10, '76 3t:p
iQoTTOIT, CORN, OAT
Flour,. Elav, &c, Bought by
VALT01J k BOSS,
and full Charlotte Prices
Paid iu Cash.
ILIX ijrBATKD HOMB MaGAZIKE- "The HoU86
hold Magazine of America." Two Serial Sto
riesinllSTG. "EAGLESCLIFFE.' by Mrs.
.ulia C. R. Dorr; and "il IRIAN" by T.
Arthur, BUTTEKICK'S Newret Patterns in
every inunjlier. Terras $2.50 per year, 3 copies
for fop,- Splendid Book otters and Premiums.
Specimen number 10 cent?. 4w
S AKT11UK Jc SOM , rniladelphia. l a.
THE SUNNY SOUTH !
The Largest and Hand
somest Literary Paper in
I America. '
We are clad to say to our friends that we
I are now daily receiving un unusually large
DRY GOOD3.BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
wniCH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT AT tOW
PRICES, AND SHALL BE
4 SOLD FOR SHORT
SEE OUR PRICES.
Bagging 16cts Ties
A good Woman shoe
A good Boot for
A good suit of clothes for
All persons indebted to us by note or prnoj COat f(P
Ar. x,.nrrnr ;A-i.,i A fine suit of clothes tor
lim Jill Y Ul" ,ilIlJWl , j IWUVl 1UUUI-
irence. Those failing to comply with-this A jood bat for
notice in a reasonable time will find their -Everything? Else at Corre S
notes or accounts intne nanus oi an omccr .,rt--tfST1ir Fw r
,!l,,ti Onr forms from this dat.- POnUingl) -LlOW fa 1CCS.
f. .pit-., rrt ore ctr.otlr risiT or K.Tr nd 'E WANT TO BUY 6,000 BALES OF COTTON.
we will make prices so low tor strict cash Don t Fau to Call and .see Us
and barter that persons consulting their in
terest in what they want to buy will find a
crcat difference iiuour proposed system ot
domsf ousiness. "
A. J. MOCK & CO.
Salisbury, Jan. 5, 1S7G. 13:l-no
Walton & ross.
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your Life.
There is no person living but what suffers
mrH or less with Lung Disease, Coughs,
Coltls or Consumption, yet Some would die
rather than pay 75 cents for a lttl of med
icine that would ;cure tLeni. Dr. A. Bos
ches German Hyrup has lately ben iutro
duced in this country .from Germany, and
ts wotiderous fure astonishes every ntie that
try it. If you doubt what we say in print,
cut this out ami tak it to your "Druggist,
Theo. F. Kluttzl Salisbury. N. C., aud get
a 8a in pie bottle for 10 cents and trv it. or a
regularize for 75 cents.
NEW FIRM !
J. & H. H0EAH,
MAIN STREET, SALISBURY,
JUnilH: & HEILIG
Hare associated in the Grocery Business on
. jbe corner lof Main and Fisher streets,
where Uiey arie keeping a full line of FIRST
CLASS GROCERIES, comprising Sugars,
Coffees Bacon, , Lard, Domestics, Yam,
Plaids, Teas, Butter, Egjs, Chickens, Meal,
Flour,rX?anncjd Goods of all kinds; foreign
and domestic; Peppers, Spices, Flavorings,
iSrc; Alsrf., Pofk and Becf of excellent qual
ity. Orders solicited for any Goods in their
line, which- yill receive careful attention at
'Ziowest,. qaslx JPrloos.
XHighcst pasb 'ences paid for Beef and j wor
CoonttyProduta.. J , :D. It JULIAN,' .
HMoro Ilary Academy,
Hillsboro, N. C.
This Institution, recently known as "Horner
and Graves b School, will hereafter be con-
ducted by 11. IL Graves as sole Principal
aided, as heretofore, by the accomplished in
structure Hush Morson Jr.. and Mai. W. II
The Spring session 'of 186 will open on
the 17th of Jan. For circulars apply to Maj.
W. II. Hamilton, until the 5th of Jan., and
, afterward to the Principal.
HA VE JUST RECEIVED. A
LOT AD SI'LEXDID STOCK OF
Most Beautiful Jewelry.
We have just received the largest and
handsomest stock of Jewelry ever exhibited
in -Salisbury, and respectfully invite publicJ
inspection. It comprises, Gold and bilver.
Watches, of all kinds ; Silver Pitchers, Cups,
Castors, Napkin Rings, Forks, Knives,; and
Spoons. The finest and most beautiful sets
of Jewelry of all kinds, as Ear-drops, Breast
Pins, Finger Rings, Bracelets, Seals, Lockets.
&c, fcc, &c. ' '
Also, a lot of plain
SOLID GOLD IJINGS.
Also, agents for the celebrated
Scliafi liatisen Spectacles
Jfthe finest glasses madc..Jgj
Will sell as low as any House in the south!
CALL HERE AKD GET TOCIl. i u : .
nrni id cloik kepaibikg:
done promptly as osual. All work warranted
12 months. Dec. 10, 1875. 10:tf
AILpcraons indebted to ifcCrBBurs, Be all
& Deax, are requested to come forward and
settle, as longer time cannot be given, t A
word to the wise is eumcient. "
McCUBBIXS. BEALL & DEAK
To all who owe us anything is hereby
extended to call and settle. All accounts
made last year, must be settled within the
next thirty das. WALTON & KUSS.
January 12, 1876. ' 14:4t
Blacto ant Heiierson, .
Attorn eys, Counselors
and Solicitor s7
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 1874 tt.
Just received a fresh supply of Clover
Heed. Orchard Grass. Blue Grass, Red Top
ai.dTuuothv, which I will sell cheap at
? EX KISS'
XgF SPECIMENS FREE.
rVuk FOLLOWING NEWSTORILS WILL
1 .Kion he coininencird, and will be the
MOST INTENSELY TU RILLING OF ANY
ROMANCES yet published iu au Amoricafl
t N0R1H AND SOUTH.
ATrillinjz National Romance, Based Upon'
: tbe Administrations of Presidents
Lincoln and Johnson, and the Ex
j ecution of Mrs. Surra'tt in I860.
WftCITEN ISr A DlSTU-GULSHED STATU
WRITTEI i BLOOD;
7 HE MIDNIGHT PLEDGE.
A Story of the Las,t Napoleon's
Blir M. Quad, of the Michigan Press.
FIGHTING AGAINST FATE;
i : ' ' OR, '
ALONE IN THE WOpLD. ;
A Brilliant Society Serial, now Running,
hj Mit. M"ARY K. BRYAN, who is
j the Finest Story-Writer
of the Age
EDITH HAWTHORNE ;
Tf.e Temptations of a Factory Girl.-
Bt a Popcu-r Noveust.
i OF THE. T ,
BrCoL nJ P. Capkbs. Chict Clkbk
TKEA-fiURY DKPAfiTMEXT SDKB Mr. ilXM
? MIXOEK. i
8-Tlii will of- a deeply ioifreating series
of slletchen giving the early trial, disadvan
tages, and many amusing incidents of oat
people in ilirir efTorui to eILlinh an indepen
dent Government. , 1
TO COiVSUrtlPTlVES 5
The advertiser, an old physician, retired from
active practice, having had placed iu his hands
by an East India Missionary the foimula of a
simple Vegetable Remedy, Ior the ieedy and
permanent Cure of Consnmption, Rronchitfe,
Catarrh, Asthma and alt Throat and Long
Affection ; also positive and . Radical Cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com
plaints, after haying thoroughly tested iu won
derful curative powers, in thousands of cases,
feels it his duty to make it known to his snfTerq
Ing fellows.- Actuated by this motive and a
conscientious desire to relieve human suffering,
he will send ( free, of charge), to aft who desire
it, this recipe, with full directions for prepar
ing and successfully usyig. Sent by return tnil
by addressing j
f5r ! blL W. C. STEVENS.
tS A nnmbfr of unniuiallv BRILfclAICT
SHORT STORIE8 appear in each iwne, with a
gre-4 varieiv of SPARKLING MISCELLA
NEOUS MATf KB on all uJjecU.
I Subscription, S3.00 a Year.
Clubs of 4 and upwards, - - $2J0 each
20 " 2.25
ffST? Extra Copy FREE, one year, for a.Cltf
of 5'at $3.00 Address "
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.I ' Atlanta, Ga:-
I J, 1875.
LUMBER ! LUMBER 11-
fl NY perbn -wanting". pod reJlowPInt'
f-A Iiirusor. sliould address
OrdeT solicited.. -1 r ' : . f -
M. L. BEAN.
f ?-at tuipous rates. .
n.a x.rw ; 1 insane jsimolviwith atro5itT? Ot nWv
;oftt $3 75 Sines.
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