t . . . . - : n
t 1 . !
; King Grant was keen old fellow i
- lie gakwhere no Sux might shine t f-
And he smokes his cigar so mellow, j lV
And tippled Bos Shepherd's wine, f
HurnK for the BWs wine 1 i
There came to. him many made'un, : . f. i
Of the ringlets that iwed to twine,: "
With whiskey and gift o'erladeif, : ;
V And all in the crooked line. L ' '
-Hurrah for the crooked line I j
. All tidk'd of the Law adjourning, L
iAnd Babcock home returning, i
Willi hi finger up to his nose. t t
Hurrah for what Babcock know I
' All came to the keenold fllow, I .
i ' Who laugh'd till hi eye dropp'd bHne
At he puflTd out l lie wnoke so yellow J
iiiu gave i Hcm no oilier Hign. j
Hurrah for the whiskey shine 1
' " Abel EkzK
The Blood BatH.
' -'." " -:' : it ' c 1
From the Wilmington journal -j
THE WESTERN N. O. BAIL ROAD.
"Alwint a mr affft a curious thine bap-1 i tu- UAnv from Saliaburj west-
penned here' yesterday remarked a ro- waraiy towards Asheville, has long been
boat and rosy-cheeked botcher,' whom on9 0f tne t schemes of the good people
vn hiid! Wn eomnlimentiner on his fresh ilttl.H whose section bt the State it
juifL healthy SDoearance. ''It know, t,nnnj . And the people of Asheville
Aontinned our butcher acquaintance, "tha
as a rnje, men engaged in my business eJ forward to its completion to tbat'town
enjoy good health and barea fresh, rosy patiently but hopefully. It seems that
look; but whether aaDonng in uiouu -tnere is at least tome prospect tor the
hr.thiiio- and absorbioff the tomes u
vnrioraWisiiiff from fresh meats bat any-
thing to do with this, as you appear to;
neifber have 1 ever!
seen any blooddrinkiug, either by butch
ers or by otbers. But, as I hare said, a
early realization pf theso fond hopes.
The provision of the law which authori
zes the employment of convicts confined
in the; State Penitentiary,! for the pur
poses of its construction, have been ea
gerly put into force, and by this means
FACTS ! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
I NEW ADVERTISEMENT.
m atttt o Yftf A DD ITIVj OnCA M P'l!
. , v " - ' if' :': - ' :. . ... ink m at ' 1
(I,ate SIMMONS GOtiM uu.,)
VerV CUIlOUa Clifimuowuw uwwuncu lists ,L, ,-aJ Uain mtamA- niulift fnrivarH 1
about a year ago I generally J " to completion. We are informed by ' W- pared to
ine.BMMj, ru uiupvgvuir .ucvo Uft nady of thei Commissioners pi ,.,
through what I absorb from the meats 1 if .t,. o.,,... i-nt.rA.f in ih?. FhJ8,c,an
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE, is
the largcpt, and oldeat eatahliehed in Salisbury-
KLUTTZ'S DUUli STUUE, is pre-
duplicate any Merchant's
Bill, bought anywhero in
For Fine Buggies
and other work in the Carriage line, call
W. M. BARKER'S.
or Shnna on Libertr street between Inniss i
I r- ----- - . i: .. ,
& Fieher Sts. (To 14 Jan Vb.
- A PLEASING SIGN j
The Alexanclria Gazette reproducfa fromj an
ancient almanac the following : J
When frogs croak e on ye New Year's Day,
V- frmri worke will Burely paye :
.He will hare greate come and wheaten too,
And from grasse ranch, haye mowe;
And hU kine and aheepe fat will be, i, i
And his hogs growe like green bay tree ; ; J
peaches and grafrea will ripen far alle, ' I
And apples hang plenty in ye falle; I .
Money will be free from hande to hande, '".
And business be briake in ye lanJe ;
iMany ahipa be built where none before,
And traffic increase from ahore to shore; ! :
Towns riae jap and people muliiplie, -
And rich men other acres buye ; '
Bickness will be little knowne, . I
Only ye doctors will groane ; . i .
But many young men will courte ye faire,;
Ana maiiT- Bnau iiTnien h uicsbihk" urc ;
Much quarreling shall cease, and foe be friend,
-And aimiera their wicked coureea enqe,
By ye better preaching of preachers alle, ; i
And their truer living like good old Paul."
handK-but about a yearago .one of our road in 1)andf that he bas jo8t
butchers took sick, and I filled hia place ffom 0,d Forfc where he haa t
in the slaughter-house for some six weeks.
1 had mot been at the slaughterhouse ;
long until ono afternoon about 2 o'clock
onr time to begin killing -a carriage
drove up. Two ladies drove np and
alighted : one known to me as the wife of
DRUG STORE, has PS
been in at
tendance od a meeting of the Board. He done is doing, and intends to do, the q5
aiwa f 1 tfka ma m 1 a a f p imrl sai a n M Tl f f l I - - 1 .
M' u , u;r .r oJi- largest Drug trade in this section of the
rnnTipm ill wnri nn mR itinuiiLaiu oer.Liuii. i , t w '
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE
which, reaches from Old' Fort to the
Western end of the Swannanoa tunnel.
(VUn tha VVtit.rn iorrrtinna nf llift tlin-
ilia nnAitnt0nnnt nr nnA nt nnr Ipnninc I . . . . h i . J I
Comstock mines, and the other a youni " " ' v a- i the pla.o to buy anything that you
LV ir. d... j . jwanviromayom pmaipr, iouoi uy u.
lady from San Francisco, as I afterwards
leained. I saw. almost as soon as the
ladies atrived, that the youoger one had
no use of her right arm.. It was so comi
pletely paralyzed that she was obliged to
move it with her left hand. 1 observed
that when she wanted to put her , dead
hand into her in uff she was oblige to
reach through with her left J get bold of
the hand and then draw it to where she
wanted it, just as though it bad been a
skien of yarn. Well it appears there had
been some understanding about her com
THE OI.D COAT OF GRAY.
transacted a good deal of important bus-;
icess, all looking to the completion of the
road at as early a day as possible.
Among other things the Board made
contracts with parties for doing all the
tunnelling ; ordered fifty convicts to be
put to work on the road at Paint rock
beyond Asheville, and to work on the
line between that point and Asheville :
Ordered that application be made to the
Penitentiary Board for one hundred and
fifty convicts more, who will be employed
at points on the road, to the best advantage.
Owing to a reduction in. the tariff ot
has been an increase in
nta stf tUm rnarl nf tpntV.nnA
been withdrawn from the animal s throat hmAnd olIa for lhe raonlhs of No4
than the youug lady suddenly threw off vember and December, over the receipt
a large mant e that she wore and rushing fco ftme aonlh8 .Q lhe year 18n
Now it is said the little frogs were out in full ,DS Fcr UUfc w"ai BUC, u,u' -Uh 1U ,C
chorna on New Year'a day, and we may expect surprised some of us me nrsx oay sne
everything to be lovely and prosperous during came. 1 he ladies stood looting on wnue
the present year almost like the ushering in wc hauled up a bullock and knocked him r.:vt tur
ofthemillenium. j on the head. No sooner had the knife hg!':ff
perfumery. From a paper of Lampblack I
to a thousand pounds of White Lead.!
From a dose of Castor Oil to a hundred
ounces of Quinine. From a tootb-pick
to a Pocket Book. No bragging either,
but solid facta. To prove it, call on, or
write to TUEO. F. KLUTTZ
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Salisbury, N. C.
IT'S JUST AS EASY.
! DREXEL'S, HOYT'S, and Hungurun
Coioenes. WRIGHT'S, LUBINS, and all
other Handkerchief Extracts,
j At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
-r-r"-( ; i (Hp: " '
' w$ II I'' "nrAEtM." -' .
Piedmont Air Line Kail way
forward sat down upon the floor just at
the bullock's neck, where a torrent of
blood was gushing. She then barrel heir
right arm and thrust it to the shoulder
into the gaping and blnnd-spnuting throat
of the animal, holding it thorc ulvtil the
blOod had ceased to fiow. We were then
kifling about thirty; animals evory after
noon, and every day regularly the girl
came ana tnrust ner aeaa arm mm me
bleediug throat of one or more of thrm.
That girl had courage, and was not oiie
of yon r over iuco kind,. I can tell you.
She had a course dress ot socio hoavy
wooled stuft that she wore for tho pur
pose, and when the bullock fell and the
knife had Hone its work she at joncn ran,
up and seated herself on the Hoor, as re
gardleisof the blood as if it had been so
much water. i here she would hang
across the neck of the; beat until it ceased
to bleed. She was so brave that we were
tit! - m - a a. tr '
all! glad when she got welt. 1 remember
bow happy she was when she came one
It lies' there alone it is rusted and faded,
With a patch on the elbow, a hole in
. aide. ' ' 't t v -'
But we think of the biave boy who wore it, and
"Look on it with pleasure, and touch it: with
i I pride. .,. ' J I
A Qiiatory clings to it. and over and over f
We see a proud youth hurried on to the fray,
With hia form like the oak, and his eye like
toe eagle's ;
How gallant he rode in the ranks of the
-. G"7l ' - ' ' .-,
"r. I- i 'u t t- j
Jput 1 love it the more for the story tt bears-
A atory of courage in struggle with sorrow :
And a heart that bore .bravely its burden of
i. cares ; .
It is ragged and dusty, but ah it was shining
In silkiest sheen when he wore it awav.
And hia smiles was as bright as the glad Sum
, mer morning. .
- When he epiang to his place in the racks of
- the Uray r, i
' There's a rip in the sleeve, ;and the coljar i day and showed us that she could begin
. tarni8hed,r ; - 1 toiopen and close her fingers. From that
a nn nnnnna a 1 1 crnncr wun nnriDP w n i cmii - . ...
. T.i,T;; T rn ir :;?r ;;,fr7;. forward she improved rapidly. Soon
. it j- she could move her arm and finally could;
Away with the treasures and relics of the grasp and lift ihings with her band. I
' ld4 - think she came for about three weeks
As the gifts of love, solemn, sweet andoutspok? before she was cured. The last day she
en S - ! i i . . ... , J
a,i tri lVrnm i- lniai, J came she was qnite bright and merryh-
. ; f d dv i more so than 1 had ever seen her. After
Will we keep the old jacket for the sake of the 1 putting on her mantle 8 he thanked us all
loved one, J , j for our kindness to her and shook hands
Who rode in the van in the ranks of the wilh ua giving ug the cured band whieht
s has she Jaugmngjy said. we had some
Shot through with a bullet right here in the 1 right to.' We all felt a great interest in
I shoulder, '! r i her, but never saw her again. I never
Ana aown mere tne pocket ia splintered and learned her name. All I know is that
Ah. morel see the lininsr is stained and dia- e camo from San Francieeo. I suppose
"1 . colored; I 1 1 might have found out who she was by
Yes, blood-drops the texture have stiffened tasking Mr -, but I didn't know but I
.! a,nd spoiled, . I . VI . might be considered impertinent. IdonH
J 'u neD " 6 r - ? f know, whether the cure proved permanent
i it r 'il: t After the vonn? ladv went awav we
iL.nirP'in? uiiwn liir iihi lis nnp npan isit i j o j j -
The squadron of foemen were broken asunder thought we should see many persona there
Tf tli a nrnnar Anfffr ift nniinnH fin
this important woric ot internal improve-
ment, the sea and the mountains will sooit
be made neighbors to each othor ; then
will the "floods clap their hands and thq
hills rejoice together."
Wash ani 1)8 Clean !
j Cashmere JJoqnct, Brown Wind-
nor. Sterling, Poncine, Carbolic, and
fiftv other kinds of Toilet Soaps, at from 5
to 75 cents a cake.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Richmond' & 1a.nvile. Richmond. &
Danville K. W.. H. U. Uivison. ana
North Western . C. B. W.
In Effect on and after .Sunday, Dec.
A 10YAL SMOKE.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar,
Only 5 Cents.
IT DRIVES AWAY CARE. AND PUTS
You in a Gooa Humor.
Also. All popular brands at from 2 to I
At KLUTTZ'S J)rug Store.
For Your Sweetheart.
Leave Charlotte .... 6.45 k u
" Air-Line J'nct'n 6.25 "
" Salisbury a20
44 Greensboro ..... 10.58 44
" Danrille ....... 134 m
44 Dundee 1.49
44 Burkevilla 6.B1 44
Arrive at Richmond. 9.35 r if
Leave Eichnind 6.50 am
Barkcvl le ...... 9.00 44
" Dundee 1.39 r 11
t 44 DaniUe 1.43 44
44 Greenahoro 4.28 44
44 Salisbury 6.64 44 -
44 Air Line J'nct'n 8.62 44 r
Arrive at Cbariotte... 9.15 44
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
! FITTED iwiTH THE NEWLY VKNTED
SCRIBNEaB rATBIT QULlilTTTlTZG TUBUS, I
'An invention having a most important besinng on me iiiuire o i u .....u.um., uy
which the qnantilv .r voiinne oi tone is vti v ,COBCVJ'
aril the quality of tone rendered
Equal to that jftte Best Pine Organs of tfee Same Capacity.
n- uu.A vrtT PP1PRP." Vox Mainana." ''Wilcox Patent," "Octave Conpler thtchanj.
iot !;Jr.-.n .. nn..:,n.. Kfcw f'titiuia Horn." "uremonar vox iuia rajwnr
and : i r --- r vit jiriiTnn
Can te obtained only in these OrganB.
Qualitjrantl Vulume ot Tone Lnequalled.
PBICEB, S50 TO S500. , M
FACTOIIY AND REROOMS, CORNER 6th AAN
(SSTABLIsnSD ZSff 1850.) AGSISTCS Wanted ia Evejry County
ajj niir.u smdpcn nnr.ANfn .
May 20 1875. ly.
A victory with the ranks of the Gray T
Its memory ia tweethess and sorrow coraming
iTo me uw precious more precious than
gold;-'." - i . ; .1
in me rent ana tne enoi noies a yomme 16 1
f- "' written,
i ln the Btains oT the lining is agony told ;
That was twelve years ago, wlien in life's sun
i ny morning i s
1 He rode with his comrades down into the
"jr - fray, X
And the old coat he wore,'and good sword he
f wielded,' I j
I Were ail that came back from the ranks of
-) . . (he Grav 1 - - .i-- . .
AN ELEGANT: LINE OF MAGNIFICENT
SHELL TOILET BOXES, POW.-
DER and 1MJFF BOXES. FANCY
r A T"TVC T T XT TT CI I
jjixu r j ii n iv o, bottles, vini agarettes,
DIDTILLSHO' BLANSO. I OCKT-BUUrvS,UKKOKS,&e.&c.,
I- - '
a bp vnn n.nnjfi m patut o
tn trv th hlnnd hth- hnt nnn hflirp Wr UFee Slmnle. SheriflTfi and C!ommis- Ailil 1UU UU111U 1U 1 HU1 1 .
I neversaw anythinsr like it before ! or
GOING BAST. ; GOING WEST.
STATIONS. MAIL. MAIL.
Ieave Gteensboro.. ? 11.00 am i 'Arr4.10r
"Co Shop I "2
Arr. lUleigh 3.49 r u S Arr. 11.05 4
Arr. at Godaboro'..g 6.40 r M M L'v820am
SATIONS. aAf-commdoation Train.
Leave Greensboro., g, 7.00r m g-Arr6uOAH
44 Co. SLopt..... a..... Lv
Arrive at Raleigh.!. 6.00 a m Arr. 7.30pm
Arrive at Goldsboro . 5 11,15 Ly. 2.00 rn
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
Z70XITZZ wjcsTimrr it. o.ix.zl
Arrive at Salem.........
Arrive at Greensboro...
8.15 a H
With or without Portable Hot Water Rcsefvcir and Closet.
I have fittetl up an OmnUxw and Baggap
Wagon which are always ready to convey per
sons. ti or from the depotto-and from jnrtie,
wetldTngs, &c. , Leave orders at Mansion Houm
or at my Livery & Sale Stable. Fisher itre
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. BRINGLE-
! Aujr. 19, tf.
Chesapeake and Ohio B B
KLUTTZ'S Drus Store.
will reverence it
1 ; ;
the hole; in the
And it lies there alone. I
v The paraph oh the elbow,
side ; . i
,Fbra more gallant heart never breathed then
'-.'I the loved one x ! ;f
- Who wore it in honof and soldierly pride :
Let me brush off the dust from its tatters all
tarnished; . . . j ;!
Let me fold it np closely and lay it away;
It is all that is reft of the loved and the lost
. - -"ne.ri - r, .. ' s
Who fought for the right in the ranks of the
- uray 1
Beyenue Trials Supervisor
Tutton Ordered to Chicago.
Philadelphia, Jan. 7. Internal
Revenue Supervisor Tutton has received
instructions trom becretarj iinetow to
1 proceed to Chicago to superintend the
trials arising from seizures of distilleries,
&c, made by him ia that city ia. May
last, yhe trials commence on Tuesday
next. They involve the forfeiture : of a
large amount of property; and ihe ijtrjal of
over thirty persona who have Already
f been indicted. The indications are that
the tnon of these parties will plead guilty
and permit the torieiture of their propertj
by default, but the Secretary directs the
' Supervisor to be prepared' with evidence
for the. prosecution of each person indict
ed, as no promise or nnderstandios has
"been or will be made looking to !aj com
promise of any of the cases. - They are
"to be prosecuted vigorously. Tutton will
leave Monday Tor Chicago, accompanied
, . by witnesses and: all the evidence collec
ted in-the East to prove the duplication
"Do .you get whipped at , school
now V Askea a uaotner oi a young
hopeful who had rtcently changed his
place of instruction.:; "Ko, mother, I
A CURIOUS ROMANCE, j
Norfolk street, Strand, says the Lon
don (Jourt Journal, has a curious com
memorative monument. An observant
spectator will notice that the first floor
windows of a large boose at the corner of!
Howard street present a peculiar appear
ance. The shutters are np, and they are i
covered thickly with" dust while through
the chinks can be seen the blinds, also
thick with dust and moldenng away with
age! ihose shutters and blinds have
been in exactly the same position. !un
touched, for about fifty years. During
that time no human foot, it is believed.
has entered that room. And the reason
is this': 3
Fifty years ago a certain nobleman
was engaged to be married, the day
fixed, the wedding morning arrived,
breakfast was laid out in that spacious
and handsome room, the bridegroom was
ready to proceed to church, when it was
Land and ChaiOe).
mc and eite JfCeadr
all done on short notice and at
VERY LOW RATES.
4i8Coyered that the bride Was missing U J n . , . , ' . i I .
landwritine was found S-9un; isianKS, Ueeds and Mort- rj.
j Chemical Paints, so called, have proven
failures : simply because1 the chemistry
of their manufacture seems to consist in
the quantity of water that is combined
with the paint, by tho addition of an
Alkali, either Potash, Lime or Soda, See.
Chemical Paints containing water peel
from the wood, and are not Economical,
because they will not cover as much sur
face as Pure Paints.
1 1 1 We offer our Pbepared Paint with
the guarantee that it is not a Chemical
Paint; contains no Water, no Alkali, no
adulter al ion, and is made of only such
material as are used by tho oldest paint
er?.' Our Paint will cover more surface
than any Chemical Paint in the world.
1 We authorize their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. We agree to
re-paint any house with English 13B
White Lead, or any other White Lead, if
our Paints do not prove perfectly satisfac
I'assenger trails leaving Raleigh at 1'.05ah
connects atGreensboro' with the Southern tfbund
train; making the quickest time to all Southern
cities. Accomodation Tram leaving Raleigh at
7.30 r. u. connects with Northern bound Train at
tireensDoro for Richmond and ail points East
Price of Ticket same as via other routes.
Accommodation Train leaving Greensboro at
7.00 r. m. connects at GoldHbore with Northern
and Southern bound Train! on the Wilmington
ana weiaon Kauroaa. .
Lynchburg Accommodation leave Richmond
daily at 9 00 An, arrive atBurkeville 12. S6
r m, leave Burkeville 1 30 rn., arrive at Rich
mond 4 34 PM
Ho Change of Cars Between Charlotte
ana menmona, zaz mues.
Papers that have arrangements to advertise the
schedule of this company will please print as
above and forward copies! to Gen'l. Passenger
For farther Information address
JOHN ft. MACMURDO,
Gen'k Passenger Agent.
: Richmond, Va
Bee. 19, '75. 11 : tf. ;
Carolina Central Railway
Office Gknkral SciKRixT&if DKNTr
Wilmington, if. C. April 14,-1875.
a note in her handwriting was found
addressed t' .lie bridegroom, briefly in
forming him that she had eloped that
morning" with his "best man' a gay and
gallant captain of dragoons. The jilted
bridegroom did not ay much, blithe
went alone to the room in which' the wed
ding breakfast was laid out, with his own
bands put up the shatters and drew' the
blinds, locked the door and took the key.
nailed up and barred with padlocked bars, Address, J. J. BR UNER,
and, that no yne should enter the room
again. When the house was let it was
stipulated that the room in fjueetion
should remain untouched, and a sum of
200 per annum was paid to the tenant
to compensate him for the deprivation of
the nee of the room. , The. nobleman has
been dead some years, but it is believed
closed if, and there; are the "weddine t- SJ5 LAMPS iw,
I ' i 1 1 - . , -i -""to' ;"'M n r
gages, ready printed and for 6aleat
SALISBURY, N. C-
WARSWORTH- MARTINEZ & LOMQ-
MAII, ntW TUKRi
Sold only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store. -
Chills Cured for 25 Cents.
(M AP SEE !
I F I JL
ill S II
meats" monidenng silently away.! and at the lowest cash DrW and as - low. or lower
the i ornaments crumbling to dust ia the j than any other establishment in North Caro
funeral gloom. " i . j ; jlinaaccordinjfi to grade. All kiodsol repairing
."My hand is not a lemon, nor my
Hps deer meat, as the young lady
said to her escort- when they parted
. - - w www w ... V UOi ucu . m M ...
have a better teacher and I'm a beHat the door the other nicht. Whvf 1"
ttf boy." J Jdidshft spcakthuaJy! f L ;T J2?$e,
aone, at snori nouce. " i
Those wishing any thing in my lineL Would
do well to call and see me, before purchasing
elsewhere as I am determined not to be outdone
either in prices or quality of work in the State.
on me at Franklin Academy, 4 miles N.
VV. of Salisbury, X. C.
Warranted or money Refunded. at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
cte., to $5.00.
PURE GRAPE WINE, for Churches
$0 ets. per quart;
WHITE LEAD, Warranted, equal to
any in the world, 11 cents per pound.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 70 PHYSI
I ClAMS AND ilERCHAfJTSAt
TUEO, F. KLUTTZ'S, Dsuo Stoxe,
Change of Schedule,
On.and after Fridar. Annl , 16th. 1875. the
trains will run over this Kail way as follows .
Leave Wilmington at... i ..7.15A M.
Arrive at Charlotte at... i ...7.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at , 7.00 A. M
Arrive in Wilmington at; 7.00 P. M
best Machinery and first
satisfaction is guaranteed.
July 29, 1875. ly.
....6.00 A M
Arrive at Charlotte at......
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive in Wilmington at....;....
Leave Cbariotte at........i....... .8.00 A M
Arrive at BnflFalo at 12 m
Leave Buffalo at... 3Q p ji
Arrive in Charlotte at..... 4.30 p M
No Trains on Sunday eccept one freight train
mat leaves w umragton at 6 p. m., instead "of
on oaturaay nignt.
Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington fc
Weldon, and Wilmingtoi, Columbia A Augusta
xuuiroaus, oemi-wei-Kiy Kew York aud Tri
weekly UalUmore and weekly Philadelphia
oiauiers, sua ine mver iioats to Fayetteyille
Connects at Charlotte with its Wei tern Di
Tisioa, aoixo Carolina Kailroad, Cbariotte &
btatesviie Kailroad, Cbariotte & Atlanta Air
liine, ana Miariotte, uoiambia & Augusta Rail
road. r '
Thus supplying the whole West, Northweit
auu oouuiwcm witn a snort and cheap line to
uie oeaooora ana Europe.
. ' Chief Eneineer and SafiarinimAank
loa't Inj sa old-fuhlosel Stove, :tat get est
With all latest improtenients.
largest Oven and Flues. Longest Fire Box for long wood.
Ventilated Oven, Fire Back and Fire Bbx Bottom in
lures a Quick, Sweet and Jven Gjake and Roast.
Swing Hearth and Ash Catch. Won't so floor or carpet.
Durable Double and Braced Centers aajd Ring Covers.
Bums but little wood. Ha; Mica or Solid Iron Front
Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. No fJld Scrap Iron
Nickel Plated Trimmings, Tin Lined! Overt Doors.
Ground and Silver-like Polished Edesftnd Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron: Wf n't crack.
RATHB0NE, SARD & CO., Albany, N. Y,
Bold by an Enterprising Dealef is event Tow,
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Salisbury, Jf. C. Nov. 11, lS75.-3mio3.
E. II. MARSEI'S
AG HIN E VJOilKS.
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Having all my new MachiuTy in opera-
atiun, I am now prepared in cifinection with
the Iron & Brass works to d.!all hinds of
vood work, such as Lumber Dressing
Tongue & Groving, making $ash , Blinds
& Doors, making 'luouldlug frin i inch to .
inches wide, also Turning & pattern mak-
ing, Sawing Bracketts, Scc.
MsM: How Lost Hojr Restore!
Just published, a ftew edition of
Dr. Culverwell's Cejebrated Esgay
on the radical eurtt with, ! n..:
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f Price, in a sealed envelope, only mt
,centn. I '
The celebrated author, in &is admirable
jEssay, clearly demonstrates., from a thirty
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THE GREAT CENTRAL. ROUTE BE
TWEEN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Leave Richmond 9.30 a m 9.10 J
" Charlottesville, 2.05 am 1-30 p
Arrive White Sulpher, 9.25 " HM7 1
' Huntington, 8.30 am .5.45 "
(IinfMnnatti ; fl (Ml IB
Connectinir closely with all of. the Grid
Trunk Lines for the Wat. Norths Wat si
S,uth- rM. Thin tht mhnrUstt mtiehtd SM
cheave&t Ronte. with Ipcu rlinrnrpa nf cars thai
any other, and passes through ihe finest feeMtl
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PaHPf njrfirs talcing tho lilrniwu f iIn .All tbl
N. U. R. R. have no delay, hut connect closeht
to any point ip the West.
First class and Fmm'frr&nt Tickets mt ifcl
Lowest Rates and Racfraee checked. Em
grants 70 on Express Trains. Time. DlSTAKCt
and Money saved by taking the Ckauftm
ana unto jioute.
rruaht Hates to and from tne WmL alwavstf
low as the lowest.
.uerciiants and ntherswill find it to their is
icicbiio gei our liaipa oeiore snipping or or
during. , '
For Information and Rates apply to
J. C. DAMF. So. Agent.
or a. M. McKENNIE,
Greensboro N, &
C. Tf. HOWARD,
General Ticket Agent.
W. M.S. DUNN,
T Richmond Va. -
iw w 'sisw vwpasw W-tWW
Flo wer & Vegetable Seei
are the best the world produces. They w
planted by a million people in America,
the result is, beautiful Flowers and spleDdi
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all who enclose the postage a 2 cent stavp.
Flower fc Yegetable Garden
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VFloweiT beautifully drawn and colored fro
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;This Lectiirehould be m the hands of
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J Address the Publishers,
j; F. BRUGMANS SON,
lM Ann St., New York; Post Oijce Box,
Tick's Floral Guide.
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Frontispiece with the first number. Price;?
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