; 6 ;
I '. 1, .
- i i
- LA BOS. -!- -hui. !
t 1 ad ti
Toil awinga the axe. and the fcreai4w,
i... t jt-Lir I . I
And ciiiM itliitilir n una the loom. ? -
ere towering dnuWaAM perin rpWfl
Adorn the Tale and crown thehilL- f ,l4
Stout labor licht its beacon firea,'" &
And plumes with smoke" the fbrre and tni
The monarch oak,' the wc4IandVrridy
""Whose trunk It seamed with lightning
Toil launches on the restless tide,. . t
A nA iliAn nii.llj tli -flail nt tr "
Thf engine with hi lttreaToTflafriif, fS T !'
. i And riU nf brt and jotntf (tee), h i
- .111. ... ... " f" ....... .
r'ni labors platfic linger came, ...,:
With sobbing valve andwhirling wheel
An4nrnf tb crank iav hives of toil,? -T
Avid bckooa ifijtU dow Jo tlef idi'
lndutrlodan!U on erndbir. f4
Ilere unn-browned toil, with fthining Ppa'dc f
s T.Snlr. l.t trt lake with mlrei tiea.
Stuck thtick with palace! of trade, ; - j
. And tefmpleta towering to theJfk!ea,
Tliotr Thll Tlinir Stnrv ' !
r55il,t ..i n.it. ..J ik Iiflua olU
t.MMAt. .t .noKviWiliM trani I
uv v "'fc '-r : ,t 1
W nnin tr. h miintniheii- wIim I
e n ... -w a s -
twn n,.anU fmM 'iffUrftnt dirpprtoita 1
inward the shore. t "The elder of thejtw
4iaA alreadv rea-bed the strand and was
preparin? to make a leap, the design of
whieh was not to be, mistaken: bat t
that instant the younger seized hirai j by
4be jma, exclaiming ?SirI belieTeyoo
.gYott bare; guessed , itWhat; is that t
yon 1 , i ... jH i
This was the - answer, sooken in the
moat angry tone.
Nothing, I know. I wonld simply re
quest you to wait a few minutes then,!
if you like, we will make the great jour
uey together, arm in arm the. best way
of dying.--. . , . - I
'With thcste words the younger extend
cd Ids hand to the elder, whose was not
withheld. The - younger -jelmtiiiuedJln a
tone of seeming enthnsiasnr : So be it fl
.Arm in Arm ! Truly, I did not dream
that a human heart wonld beat with mine
in this last hour. I wilt not seek to know
who yon are an honest man or a rillian.
Come, let ns begin the journey together !
The elder held the .young man b!aek,
and, fixing his dim, haH-exiinguishcd eyes
' searching! upon the countenance of ; his
cotnuanion. exclaimed : Hold ! ion
seem to me too young to end yoor life by
j suicide. A man of your years has still a
i brilliant, alluring fatnre in his grasp ;
- 4,Brilliant ! answered the yoang nan.
scornfully. r What hare I to hone in the
-midst of a world lull of wickednees. false
hood, treachery aud unbappiness T Come 1
j. ... . 1 .t
lou are still vonne lou must hare
bad very sorrow fnl experiences to make
lite aireaay mus insupponaoie to you
I despise mankind.
Without exception J
Well. then, von have now Derhans
fonnd a man whom ynn will not neeessar-
v aesDiar. a nave.- ueneve me. uuriutr
mv whole life, l ved an honor ableman:
. . -
Reallr ! Thnt ia hiirhlV iiitereatin?.
-l J T I - !llianrl
It's a d'ut I had not earlier made T0urlPause
r . T ;
Leave me to d e alone, voan? man.
Live on. Believe me, lime heals all
- - -v - ...
wounds, and there are men of honor yet
to be found.
. . -
Now. if von take thir view, whv are
vou hurrying so fast from the world 1 5
r r - 'w
Oh, 1 am an old, sickiy man, unable
to make a livelihood ; a man who cannot,
ill not longer see bis only child, his
daughter, blighting her youth, and labor
tng day and night to support him
How, sir ! nave you a daughter who
opes this for yon ! asked the young man
And with what endurance, with what
love, does she sacrifice herself for me 1
She worki for me, she goes hungry for
. meana nas only tne tnderest words ;ot
1-a i J
love a sweet amne ior me a i ways. i
i . . r l :
And yoa want to commit suicide 7 Are
you mad t-f
' Shairimnrder my daughter? The
life which she is now'leadiug is her certain
death, answered the old man, 'in a de
spairing voice. !
f Good sir, come with me. to the .nearest
inn that is stilt open. You will: relate to
y me your history, and, if you like,! I will
- let yoa hear mine. So much, however,
will I say to you beforehand : chase all
thought of self-murder out of your head.
I am rich, and, if things be as you say,
from henceforth yoa and yoor daughter
aball lead a pleasant life. .
.Theold man followed the younger with
out opposition. A few minutes later the
' elder began :
My historyis soon told. I was a mer
chant's clerk, but always anlncky. As I
had nothing by inheritance and the younjg
girl I married was poor, I was never able
to commence business on my own account,
'nd remained on to an old age in a der
Jendent, subordinate position. Pinally,
was discharged on account of my years,
and then began the struggle for subsistence,
i My wife died .of -trouble, and now tay
poor child is wearied to gain my support.
. I car.no t bear to see her working herself
to death for me therefore, it is better
go. Now,-yon know all. j
Friend, exclaimed the young man, you
J. are the most tortunate man I ever en
countered in my life. It is insane to call
Hhat- junfortunate. To-morrow I will
. i - a - a "' . i F
. maKe Jny wui, aua yoa iiaii ue no re
distance 1 my heir. . The coming night
is my-last. - Derore una, nowerer, 1 must
tTiee your daughter, out of pure curiosity.
1 would for once see bow one looks who
rrea!ly deserves the name of woman TVH
Bat, young man, what can it " be that
thus early has made you so unhappy 1
queried the elder, much moved. . m!
v I believe it was the weal ih which my
. father left me. I was the only son of the
yiehest banker of ; this city. My father
died pre years ago, leaving me more than
afwaa good for me. Since that time 1 bars
'been deceived and hetrayed by every jone
. without exception; vilh whom I have had
auy connection. Some have pretended
x friendship for we ou,. account - 0 toy
-.omnel. ..Others have pretended 'Jo Jove
e-iigaio, formy n;ne; and ao it went
oiifl "often mingled, In' thiT garb of 4
aim pie , workman, wjthl the'f tuasses, and
thus One day- became acqaaiuted with a
t -iJirming being; a young girl' towbom 1
my wholo heart soon went out 10 lore. x
td jncloaed "to her neitier my hame- nor ray
' , 1 . . 1 e te
if on. 1 iongea to ue lovea iw ut?ii
wie going to,he,happy -at last, at last !
I The youngs girl "and r; Whom sbe still
t I be yoang girl au
WaftBpudiW -getUer, a!ng
weepugand toJd-na that wfttuaaii
least.' was by two women my wife and
StJr-inderfy lored. 7: J
, . Will TOtt ire.m your addre.; gUd
'Will .J,l,.. iwu.H I
1 1 I
!' "T ' 77 r .,
pof yoor ,urj ! , It is not acUy mjm.
t . n, - 't ii
. . , m j ' .Ltj I
arrange my anirs aa i uaT-er aureaur miu i
w v. .nt - - -ii 4i.r-1 Ju. I
yoa. ion win moaui at uin inn luuisui. 1
1 j f - :i . . - 1. a.l
nswl . f .Vh-t vnn will
nn in ine mnrmnir piiriv win rciiirii. 1
t-. 1... ,f ,.V
I ua 4 a-uio aeuc- wuu f' waa
anA . .i1-t in thm MMn, mA ion w;il
mnt mntmk . M of wW Lub.
place between m.sw - j
yon iare my word j Go ,0
m v dwIl I
in. to mv dauehter. ni.d von will fi,.d
hat L-bave told wa the simple
My name is Wilhelm Salms. Her
" - -i
auu i coo. l i
. j j
w:.u .w us..a .u.
man a paper, giving me aaaress 01 ui
aweiuor. x lay in a auouro inuaoiico
1 11- - T- l t . 11 : 1 I . 5 I
by the poorer classes, at some distance I
FeAm f rt A Alio rtann&v I I
auu iuj uauio van . A ucuui , iici tuj
A m s4 . M A f V.-1 'I' lH.
on said the young man. Take this bank
note tit will serve yoa till I return.
Carl rang for the waiter, had the land-
lord called, commended the old rnan.l to
a l w a . l
nis care in suituDie terms, ana ieii tut
Hardly haJ theiaonitiig broke when
Uari louna uun.'eit on tne way to pe
suburb where lived the daughter of thf-
4"a ar t I
old man with whom he had brenm ac-
qcainted nndT hutIi peculiar circum
stances. It was a pour place. Ilhe
young man knocked, opened the door, and
involuntarily stepped bck.
i he vniiii!? trirl whn lueonatanev hud
... a t-i . j i
uiauc ma imc uurucii uiiucarauic i'uui
J t:r t...J t i.i ! J I
oenir nun j
She bad grown pale very pale ; but
he knew her at brst glance : it was Bertha,
t i r j it.:
wuom do iiau nce uopcu io cau me own.
Tire poor girl sank into a seat and
covered per pale, beautiful face with
I . rtl . 3 .. .
) . Are you w uneim oaims aangnter f
asked the young man, coldly, after
l t i. rti-
x am, answereu ine maiaen, umiaiy.
Ana wno ana wnere i mat oiuer
I .-, . .
whom, as you told me at parting, your
ii i i in. ? i
j a weonseu j-
That other is my father, answeied the
g'", looking np to the young man
- ; i
wh a glanee m which spoke the ten-
With lightning quickness the truth
dawned upou him ; the scales fell from nis i
Speechlessly he rushed to Bertha, took
I her to his arms and pressed her to his
Come to.your father he filtered.
My father ! Oil, heaven ! I forgot!
Where is he 1 Jle has beii out all night.
I have watched for him in tears the loiig
i . .
night' tbrongb. -
i r i .t . . .
r xour iatlier is "avea. lie is tvitu me.
was Carl s answer as he hurried the vouhs
girl out anil through the streets
arms of her lather.
A fortnight later, and in the midst
the greatest splendor, the marriage oft
rich yontig banker, CarhToedor, to Bert
Salms, took place. '
A MAK OF HONOR.
-Amtn of honor! What a, glorious title
that; is ! Who would not rather hare ! it
than that kings can bestow t It is worth
all the gold aud ileer In th earths lie
who! merits it wears a jewel ! within bis
soul, and needs none upon his bosom.
"His word is aaffood as tits bond. ""!
tliere were no law in the land, one might
deal just as safely1 with-him. A'
.To take unfair advantage is not in hitn;
to quibble and gnard his speech, so that he
leads to iuppos. that he means something
'that he does not mean, eveniwhileithey
can never prove that ft is so, would be
Impossible to hi frauk nature. Hi
perches are never riddles. He looks you
fu the eye, and says straight out the thing
he has to say, aud does unto others as lie
Would tha( other should do unto him. j
.i And it is not only in business that the
man shown a right to his glorious title.
Who! ever heard him betray the faults
and follies of his friends, or speak slight-:
Ingly of bis near kindred t The roan or
honor is always a good son, and a good
brother, and, when the time comes, makes
an excellent husband. Making the tow
to love, and cherish,' and protect, with a
perfect comprehension of its . holiness,
never breaks i; and what woman need
fear to promise to obey a man of honor ? j
Heaven be thanked, that amid the vil
lains and tricksters of this world, there
axe a few such men left- men who - are
loved and respected' by all- who know
them. ... '. -
A number of Key Yqrk sportstneti
have had several fox chases , in New
Jersey feceutlyV anduiih
fox escaped, and a.numler of houttds
wcrel" losL ' 7Anotlier " ckizse I is L afii
uounced, and to obviate similar mis
haps, a fifty-six ponnd7weigh' lrit'l4
attached to the ilbxV hind legy i and
tije founds be tied ffii 4
ters6 horse, to prevent them getting
S FAGf Oil FACTO !!? FACTS ! ! ! f lllllillj
i ""rSti lodutherhtclfwoUer M Tn?7A rTlTTqr,W, I I r rr 11:11,
Ui V,n woU. of gHd .racier and inteIHgeuee. .ti' i 5 S'SJ- . 1,3
i ' eo-called aaeiefMi WHfiSf bat found Zum : .6- ..iri'-iA.-V .l A..t ITI MTT7'f TWlUfi fTt1Z l'a c3 e2t Vh.'aiase-c - '$TE
w -i i . t j t . i : - w w . a i . Kit jiiAfi a v ' an inrpnpfl la iiriiLiiivair. amiaas w . i frw a "k t w t i a7ri ra w . . Lac : bm
rt?? S?t 4K ont xiugy
Anns appearance me young gin uprang aphere of usefulness, but to avoid a check OUllSUUry U aVOriTie Ulgar,
toward him. overeuine with joy, holding t0 ila pre8ent progress which would now
out her little hand. The young man be a public calamity. We hope, there ODiV O CeiltS.
waved her back exclaiming: fore, that the appeal which the committef nDlwe- kOt tun diito
Vrn AiA nni ,--... ... t-na t .' V. . IT DRIVES AWAY CARE. AND PUTS
a g re aeei) mimnEpA
WVpruxt W anotlier itt tf the HerkM
itMasitA -lh ihecdmiattbitTc jltwl
tint' Vaut of uiedi-
Dracticc: run ectiool was openca m
1873 with onlr ait , bupila, The first
pby.icaland moral character,
bpi;traii6 jof sc
Afttr 'rttl 1
enter iipon lur
I :1 nl tit , iihnnl wlllrll i
HWrui'fll. . , 1
mMm the h ; 1 lUudird of wreJiil dis
. "4 .n" .
od. troatwortnine ana ooeaience bo iu
solute and intelligent as to enable luera
- , , - - ,-
to reDiaee an aosruk puyaiciau ill tu? r
. ... , - f. . j
MOtKMi ofhtt orders. Btit this education
,. . - . ...
wean! moni. It add tojue-narrow us
f womeu' means oflirelihood an organ-
a; a a a f - .
wed torm 01 . woik ana useiuine...
l neee are me oojecis o, . vra.u.ng
swtliuif auu w o
the uignesioraer oi uooie cnnnura. a u'-j
a. a - 1 -1 .S.t
. . - .u cr .
are noi am to .B.
pt ujtui poiicni(
i.w..i n.tfi.nt ltiir t it n m vinn . mi i
every oeasiae ok a eicKneas iuiuj
and responsible nurse, whose coot, e
alleviates pain ana iup.r couu
j . i c
a . .i ufint antmiriiH ol
;t:?ilAS li?iM?f.finAr waa
Qfgtj by a few thoughtful and . gen-
. - - w . . -
prnna lad eji. who have found time to ad
vance tne institution io us present peneei
.Mfm Firt amnnr thpm atanda Mra
4 . . , ' 1.1-
Joseph Ilnbson, Mrs. Alexauder Hamilton
7 J a a-v uit w ' m - - I
and Mrs. Hartman KuhrfC and the treasu
rer. Colonel Henry G. Stebbins, has well
seconded their efforts. Under thede aus
pices, and although supported only bv
voluntary contributions, the school can
already boast of the entire nursing of over
three thousand patients in Bellevue Hos
pital, as well as supplying sixty private
families within the past year with trained
nurse; besides thi, matrons, bead nurse
and snnenutendauls have been seut tn
1 drffi-reut insitnti ns here and elsewhere,
;., t..rn i...,.mp i..hri .n1 iniin
i m i .11.
I . : " . .
To ffer.t all tli a li ia coat a verv con
I -iHorul mm tf morvpv. and in r.ommol
wit, otr undertakings the sort the
t.hn.inti i ; .pd M lri-nr
i : - --0--
not oniv to te enabled to enlarge its
vain. VT Y. Herald.
' ! '
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5, i "
(Fee Simple, Sheriffs and Commis
JVclt and tfUtle JTedeU,
i Labels. Cautions.
- - v . s v J
all done on short 'notice arid at
TEBY LOW ; BATES.
B-tJonrt Blanks, Deeds and Mort-
1$ . -V- --i---r
gages, ready printed and for sale at
alLlimcs.- t -vi":; ,
Address: zzlLJ: -J BR U2TEB,
0ALIGDURY, fim C. '1
not ne ina.au u
. - to- - Mii"T , i - . . r m I - a . al
ttt iriT7 rn it2 ernnp i...
, . r
iloinir anH intanHo f n rlrt Ih.
uuur, to uwin n. AAA UviAUW VW UWi
largest Drug trade !a thU section of the
KLUyTZ'S D RUG STORE
is the pUec to buy 'anything that . yoa
waul irom & uorn piaster, to a . ooz. nt
perfumery. From a paper nf Lampblack
io a thonsand pounds of . White - Lead.
From a dose ol Castor Oil to a hundred
ounces of Quinine. JTrom1 tooth pick
to a Pocket. Dok. lo bragging ; either.
butaolid facts. To nrove it. call on. or
r . - mrivrk -t.t t itfittiw
wnwsiB tuau, xaiju i to
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Salisbury, N. C.
ITS JUST AS EASY.
ASMUA.&UAJ U. UV A A IIU AAUnUUn.A1 I
rT? c rrr a rrrvra l u.mn..nti
Colognes, WRIGHTS. LUBISS, and all
oti,er Handkerchief Extracts.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
ffasl ml ie Cta !
Cashmere Boquet, Brown Wind- j
Or, bTERLTSO, fONCISE, Uarbolic, and
fifty other kinds of T 'ilet Soaps, at from 5
to 75 cents a cake
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
A ROYAL SIE.
You in a Good Humor.
Alo. All popular brands nt from 2 to
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
For Your Sweotliearl.
AN ELEGANT LINE OF MAGNIFICENT
SHELL TOILET BOXE4. POW-
DER and PUFF BOXES, FANCY
POJKET-BOOKS.XIIRUOBS, &c. &c ,
KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT ?
HONEY, TIME, LABOR,
Chemical Paints, so called, have proven
failures : simply because the chemistry
of their manufacture seems to consist in
the quantity of water that is combined
with the paint, by ihc addition of an
Alkali, cither Potash, Lime or Soda. Sec
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 Pbepared Paixt 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 are used by the oldest paint
ers Our Paint will cover more surface
than any Chemical Paint in the world.
We authorize their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. We agree to
re-paint any house with English BB
White Lead, or any other White Lead, if
our Paints do not prove perfectly satiefac
Sold only at KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Chills Cured for 25 Cents.
P I JL JL S .
Warranted or money Refunded, at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
LAMPS from 25 cts., to $5.00.
PURE GRAPE WINE, for Churches
60 ctrf. per quart.
WHITE LEAD, Warranted equal to
any in the world, 11 cents per pound;
SPECIAL . JNOUCEMEriTS TO PHYSI-
t; mm AND MERCHANTS At s
"THEO: F. KLUTTZ'S; Diiuo Store.
faALISBURT, N, C.
. i r i i i tt .
Pirhmmid A TlanlHle. Richmond
Danville IL. W..J a. C. Diriioxi, aao
IfortJi Western . C B. W. T
la fffest sa and aftar f oaday. Dae.
GOING N OUT II.
' STATIONS. Maii - i
l ' i
Leare Charlotte .... 5.45 a m
Air-Line J'nct'n 6 2i j.
' Salisbory 820 f
" Greensboro 10.68 "
" Danrille 134 m
" Dundee 1.49 " . j
" Barkevilla 6.61 "
Arrive at Ricbmoad. 9.5 en .
6.5(1 a v
1.39 P x
" Burkevi ie.......
" Salinburjr.- ....
" Air-Line J'nct'n
' Co Shop
6.40 r M
v Air. 11.05 '
Arr. at Goldsboro1..! a
b . . . i.
vc tr.ijriboro. .
r-.iri 6 0O am
" Co. Slions
Arrive at Raleigh...
Arrive at tioldtboro
?Lv. .00 ea
noRTH wssxnnxa' u. c.xi.xl
s (Salem Branch.)
Leave Greensboro 4.45 p u
Arrive at Salem... 6 45 '
Leave .Salem........ 8.15 a u
Arrive at Greensboro 10.33
.'laaenger traihs leaving Ualeigh at P. (64
connect, at reensboro with tue boutuern bouiit
train; making tlie quickest time to a'l Poutlieri
cities. Accomodation Train leaving Kaieii'h t
7 30 r. m. connects with. Northern bound Train at
iJreenHtxtro for Kiclmiond and all points Eat.
Price ot Cicketa same as via other routes.
Accommodation Train leaving Greensboro a1
T.Onr. m. connect at OoldHuore with Kortljpn
Southern bound Train on .the Wilruiurtoi,
ynchburg Accommodation leave KicLmond
daily at 9 00 A a . arrive at Bfarkevilte 12iS6
r m, leave Huikeville 1 20 r m , arrive at Rich
mond 4 34 rx
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
ana xucumoaa, zoz mues.
Papjrs t'Mt hive amngemeat to advertise the
achedule of thia company will please print a
abfve and foraaid copies to Gen'I. Passenger
For further information addrea '
JOHN It. MACMURDO,
(ien'l Paawnger Agent.
Dec. li '76. II : tr.
Caroiina Central ! Railway
0KFICK GE.XtRAL St'PKBIjrTilCDKNT.
Wilmington, N. C. April 14, lb75.
Change of Schedule, ?
On and after Friday, April 16th, 1875, the
trains will run over this liailw ay aa fillows .
Leave Wilmington at....
Arrive at Charlotte at....
Leave Charlotte at .
Arrive in Wilmington at
..7-15 A M.
..7.15 I M.
...7.00 A. H
Leave Wilminrton at 6.00 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at. .6.00 P 14
Leave Charlotte at 6.0' A M
Arrive in Wiluiiugtou at 6.00 A M
L.eave Charlotte at 8 00 A M
Arrive at liunalo at ....T ....12 M
leave liaualo at. 12.30$ M
Arrive in narioue at 4.30 P M
Xo Trains on Sunday eccept one freieht train
that leaves Yrjlrimigton at 6 p. m., instead of
Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington &
Weldon, and Wilmington, Columbia 4 Augusta
-MMiruaus.-oeuu-weeKiy Aew York aud Tri
weemyiiaitimore aud weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the Hirer Boats to TayetteriJle
Connect at Charlotte with its Wei tern Di.
.liauu.uorm warouna naiiniad, Cbarlotte &
fciaiesvue Kailroad, Charlotte Jb Atlanta Air
i-iue,ana viariotle, Columbia tfc Aueusta Rail
Thug supplying the whole West, Northwe t
and South a et with a xhort aud cheap Hue to
f rt A fioarn1 - t -,
utowuoi u auu auunipe.
S. L. FREMONT.
r - .'"Engineer aud Superintendent.
May 6. 1875. tf. r
COME AM SEE !
Buggies for sale. am. orade3 ctAraks.
i nave, on hand. Bu'vim lii.k r .:n..n
at the lowest cash nrinos .n . ? i
than any other establiahment In North Caro
lina, according to grade. All kindsof repairing
done, at short notice. ; . . ,
do well to call and see nie before -purchssh.g
eluewhere as I am determined not to be outdone
either in prices or nnalifv af 7--i- ; ,i. o.-.
-ii -j v iii tn owe.
la : o mo - rs 3
S5oS20i.eLD"Jrthomc' Terms rV.
Portland. M.Lo, Jm'ioTw
11.00 A M
I J49 r m
2. 7.00 p m I
o 'sloo a x I
5 11.16 '!
ana 1 1 , a m. . a 1 1 1
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I iUi i r- . ' ?r S ".':- Q
" 525 - " ' -i::- Q
An invention having a moat important bearing on the f.ilnre "JS" B
which the qnintitv or volume of tone i veiWargely increaaed,
Our "Vox refetc."14VoXi Ilamana
ing -Cello" or "Clarionet" Siop, "Uenw iiorn,
Fifty DiffetSjtyles, I k . . cixixrob
May 20 1875. ly.
With or without Portable Hot Water Heservoir and Closet.
Ssa't tary ta eU-fuUoael Stovij, tut pt nt
Wit-uall latest improtcments.
Largatt Oven and Flues. Longest Fire Box for long wood.
Ventilated Oven, Fire Back and FireJ Box Bottom in
sures a Quick, Sweet aad Everij Bake and Roast.
Swing Hearlh and Ash Catch. Won't roll floor or carpet.
Durable Double and Braced Centers and Ring Covers.
Burnt but little wood. Hat Mica or Solid Iron Front.
Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings, hjo Old Scrap Iron
Nickel Plated Trimmings. Tin Lined Oven Doors.
Ground and Silver-like Polished Edts and Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron. Won't crack.
RATH BONE, SARD L CO., Albany, N. Y.
Sold by an Enterprising Dealer' in every Tow '
h. V. BBOWN,
8 Iishury, N. C. Nov. 11, 1875. 3mos.
, 3 ,
E. U. MARSWS
AG EI I n E 17 Oil ICS.
Corner of Fulton & Couscct., Streets,
Salihury. N. C.
' , - d ' '
Having all my new Iachi&erj in opera
atioc, I am now prepared in connection with
the Iron & Brass works to dj all kinds' of
wood work,k-such as LuiBjher Dressing,
Tongue & G roving, making jSash, Blinds
& Doors, making moulding fiin i inch to fi
inches wide, also Turning Ac IPattern mak
ing. Sawing Bracketts. &ce$. Having the
best Machinery and first cii?s workmen,
satisfaetiou is goaranteed. .
July 29, 1875. ly. I
; i , ;
Hanhooi: How Lost Hpr Restored.
. 1 i
Just published, sinew edition of
vr. cuiverwell's (Jelebrated Eraay
on the rarft'eol cure fwi I limit ' rA.lt
cine)fSERMATORRn(i:A or Seminal! Weak
nfew. Involuntarv Seminal fx, Impotikcy,
Wenul and Physical Incapacity; Impediments
to JIarriaee. etc.: also. CYvcit.--tJ
Y ana iT8, induced bv selFinddlcenria
xitnl extravagance, &c. f '
Price, in a Healed enveliope, only six
The celebrated author.- in this tK:Li
yi clear I v demons rate. . from !,;
years successful practice, that the alarming
ciired without the damjerons uW of injernal
medic.r.e or the application of tSe knife; ,X
imf Si? "T fcore once Simple, certain
and effectual, by mean, of which every suffer
er, no matter what his condition m.v be may
37" This Lrecture alionld he in thm l,- r
every youth and every man in the land.
Went und,reairin a plain envelope, to anv
addrei port.p.Vf, on receipt iV cents or
rvAddrewthePiibllBhenv j K
41 4an St., New York; Poet OfSce Boxj 4536
Giiouca pxtcrAif cor,)
GRAND COMBINATION QRGANS.
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY IN VESTED
scuzszTsad pathiit QirAiixrs'xia'o tubes
j and the quality ol lone enoerea, . .
Epal to that ofie Best Pipe Orpslf tie Same CapacOJ.
"Octave Conpler," thtdu
'ox Angelet.1 "Viola EtLei
" WfVamnn " l4Vl
ALL THEtLAl EST IMJf itu v tliJ'l 3
' Can be obtained only in thene Organa. f "
thIbest in material AND WORKMANSHIP,
Quality and Volume ot Tone LnequaUed.
IBICES, S50 TOS500.
FACTORY ANDiWAREBOOMS, CORNER 6th A XD CONGRESS Su,
1 DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
(Z3STASZ.XOXXXaI XIX 1850.) AMNTS Wanted in Every Catj
AHHrs GLQUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO
I JLIHii KUlT, mil
I have fittel np an Otnnihu and. Barrif
Vjagon which are alwajn ready to conreym
ion to or'fromhe depot, to and from pntaT
II" . v . ' . f
weaoings, esc. ieave orueriiat Aianaionnooc
or at th v Livery A Sale Stable, F Uher a
1 near Railroad bridge.
1 M. A. URIXGLE
j Aug. 19. tf.
OTTON, CORN, CfAT
Flour, riav, &c, Bought I;
WALTON & ROSS,
and full 'Charlotte Prices
Paid in Cash.
We are glad tov to our friemli"
nre now daily recti vin an una
DRY noODS, BOOTS AND SHOt2; CR0CEKK
CLOTH I NO, HATS,
' " ' NOTIONS,
ttTtlClT II WE BEEN BOUtHlT AT LO
- PRICfS, AND SHALL BE
SOLI) FOR SHORT
SEE OUR PRICES.
Bagging IGcts. Ties
A good. Woman 1 shoe
A good Boot for
A good sutt of clothes for
A good coat for
A fine, suit of clothes for
A ood hat for - .
Every thins: Else at Corrtt,
pondinly JLow Price. J
WE WANT TO RTIV K noni n l TPs np rOTHi
Don't J"ail to Call and tee Ti.
Walton & boss.
oct.7-tf. v ' "
arethebext the world produces. Ther)
planted oy a million people in- Awetica, m
the rexult is. beautiful rior& and fptan
VeeUbles. A Priced Catalogue sent 1
all who enclose the postage a 2 cent tXtr
Flower & 'Vegetable Garde-
i8 the mnf Ksanllfiil arnrlr rf ti -!nd U
. . iw.tiui V. W. . " . . ..
World. It contain- nonrlv lRO n-e. honj
of line illustrations, and four Vhnmo fi'iii
nature. JPricel35 ct in per opv w
bound in elegant cloth. . ,
Vick's Floral Guide..
Thlii in Kpiifir.il O..Wl innrnal s
. : j . uf
just issued.. - Address !
' JAM ESTICK, Rodieiiter.y.
Cheap Chattel Mortgn;
and varios c ther Wanlcrfor sale 1
1 A Pt" WU1 huji. Box "f Cone"1
illustrated, and enrtaininv n mDl
Frontispiece with the first number. P1.
25 cts. for the year. The first number for lT