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I THB JIANDS THAT CAN MAKB MDJUKAjX
You may Ulk to me of accomplKhed girts
With "hands a white aa the U& V .
And otmrttlng blae errand auburn carta,
But I tuinit that decidedly silly. ' -,
whe any one mentions a lady hands,
fhe question pops Into my bead, .
otdtUelr oeauty and rolden hands, , ,
But, O thrp make good bread r r
There are hands tHat are sldUnjj with pencil and
And fan paint a landscape or face ; ;
That can write sweet notes, and color a brush,
w 1th the greatest beauty and grace. . ;
Pernaps you will call me a jrhittonous Chun,
But, for one, 1 prefer (ostead,
A matter-of-fact and sensible girt,
With hand that can make good bread. ; ;
There are hands that can play $e piano wjt4 ease
I ranTiwhk and embroQer, and all such a thesa-
More worthleta than useful by far. it
r These are all very pleasing to ear and to eyp,
I But when you conje td be fed, .
! You wtll'nd no hands beneath the gk
s. Like tltuee thaf can make good bread, t ;
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We roubles enougrn In a world Hire this,
But on thing; lessens )t ujucI
Brt hoirwhiSd peace and domestic hllsa .
i And that is frood dinners and such. ,
I Itytm U gel tlredof the world" busy sfrtfa,
i And take 3 notion to wed, j .
I DontfaUforyourBtetogeta wlle, -
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We are pleased to learn that the Exer
other amy in oar omce. : e um wnai ,u i ... , - . i - :n.. .
V . . . -. rill hn nf neh a character as to induce a
tell, Dim a piece oiour mimi iw vauir.auu i ; , . i tj-ii
- p .; i . v L5 I very Jarffo attendHnce, at Obapel liill on
we'll tost write to bim. Yon want capi - !rt .Tlli r
ta)y: do you I and suppose you. had wh it
yon call capital, what would you do wttn
it 1 Haven't vou cot hands and feet,
add muscle and bone and brains J . Don't
W, T. HOKXADAT;
: Frorn ijie Summit Courier.
AN OLP MA5f3 MAXJMS,
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wish ! had capital.'-';. So we
j l ;U'tYEKSITM-.
you call them capital I What more did
the first Thursday in June.
During the week it is expected that ; a
sermon will be delivered by the UerDr.
Pritchard ot llakigh.
That an address will be delivered by
the Hon. Alfred Waddell the member ! of
- tmm coLumi.
u, .x.c, j-, , r . .-"-j- before i thetwo, Societies, ul the Uni-
, .. . l J versity.
from you. uuu i you wmw uuv tu uoci ,7 , ' t Tjt-. r' T.-
them ? If you don't it is high lime yort Vr VT j t .Z i n
; II 1 1 II . f .l AZ -m.m I UU LIIC IIIC CI1IU Oil IV. 0 V H'V , V
were learning, taae noia oi lue.uroii . , T a - . tl. - :..
.: , . i t i prnor uaTia u. oira u av iue rruucok ui
plow or lioe or jacK-piane or oroaa x . , t ., 1T.
.1.1. I V nttf WW. . -
lUafc yuu can uuu, auu fe " ..!;. f. - ii. ft.J.
i mi 11 i i u iiicriiY ,w in minion im e iuubkv -
oanital will annn vipiil vou a larT'e inter- , u , . . . . .
f .i. t .i . v v. jf.! this Uommenccmf nt the Societies and the
eeu iiy. tucrn is iud iuu. auu h
VJTennJOnr rctslo jourfriend, lor
fear yonr fnenda uepome your ioea, ana
eworld ypuf secret Knows.
g. Del with emy man a sn honest roan,
ant every man aa a rogue; the honest man
don't eare hot tichtly or closejr you iratch
him ; the rogue needs a)l you can give him.
3., Early to bed and early to rie makes
man healthy, wealth and wjoe.
4 ' TelI tha' truth on all occasions, for once
you become a known liar, when you tell th
jruih you are not believed,
"5. Mind vour own business anil let other
people's alone: if you Can say nothing good of
your iiegiiMun', uuiiumj
' : " . 1 I ! yoyNa men.
6. KefCr lfep company with a irl in pri
rate, that you wouia De asnameu oi m puuii
7. Xever promise a girl what you do not in
tend to perform. ?
' ,8 Jfever marry bHt fori love, bnt be -sure
you? love that that is lovely, (worth loving.X
Love covers a multitude of faults.
10. Pretty h, as pretty doesr for beauty u
' but kin deep.;' rl -':
, U. All ladies are entitletl to a decent re
spect from all welt bred gentlemen. ,
-:.t' yoUNG IJADIES. j -
12- 'When yon intend? to choose your hus
bands, beware of four men ; first, the t fool, for
he will be jeajous second the coward, lor he will
be cruel ; third, the gambler, for he may be rich
to-day and poor to-morrow; fourth, the poor
drunkard, but if you marry a brave drunkard
and let him alone while be is intoxicated, he
I will never lay his hands on you in anger.
' J3, f The first night after yon are married,
: vou most make two bargains with your
band (and stick to them too) : when he gets in
I. anHll humor, yori must be in a good one, and
when you get in an ill humor he must be in a
good one: secon, each one mind their own
! business and let the other s alone.
14. Tb great and grand cause of any diffi
CultyMitwfeen man and wifels for the want of
each one knowing, and then keeping their
proper places. -
;15. Never pretend to be any more than
what you are.
16. If you wish to keepyour credit up pay
your money down. 'J
17- Honor and honesty are the best of poli-
1115 WON HIS cask.
want to work: von want money or credit
that you may play gentleman and specu
late, and end by playing the vagaoona
Or you want to marry some rich gul who
may be foolish enough to marry yon
for your good looks, that, she may sup
port von. 3
bhame upon yon, young man ! tro to
work with the capital you have, and you
will anon have interest enousb nDon.lt
and with it to give you as much money
as you want and make you, fed' like ya
n If wnit Ann'f in h It aa mnnoC tl nmi
what capital you have, you couldn't make mY. alle,,.a
Faculty will select from the students com
peti:ors and declairoers for the evenings
eutertaiiimetits. A good band, of music
will be in attendance for the exercises 111
the College Chapel and again we may
expect to see the fine ilall of the College
Library filled with ibe youth and beanty
of the State, moviug to the strains of joy.
ous music in the) graceful Cotillion and
Waltz. The Hotel is in the hands of
those who know how to make the visitors
comfortable- and ample' accommodations
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win De jurnwnen m me viuage 10 an wu
We know that the public
... 1 j mi;. j-ii .. 1 it 1 c 1 UJ Ueli ivii ! 1 it tco una iuiis
It 11 you nau a million uouars m .uiuuty , . . . 1
wr. 1 . 1 1. .. . - 1 - - -
ir you uon i Know ihiw iu ubu uwue auw . . e .1 o. L
mn .n W ni.v.mwnnM not know ""V v . . r :
. . ij . !! i, ,u ..niiai we are sure mat tunse wu huts iv
how to ue gold. Jt you let the capital . , TJ ...
i . i:r:Ji j .i ..... ..... in charge will fail no duty. Public n
you nave nu iu:e biiu wnovc auu luet , . . , , . . ,
JT ... . . . . . . .. I taroal u rluot.lli crill 111 ltd lipllAlt Ann
it would be the same thing with you it -t- A.rJ , .. t u i .
t i,. i ne repiuauo'i oi iuu uiawueuisucu Fa
piuation oi luc aisunguisoea sp
ers will without doubt invite a very large
attendance and alt will be pleased to eee
how far the citizens of the village have
enccepdedin "setting things m order.
FACTS ! FACTS ! ! FACTS!!'.
i NEW ADVEETISEUKNT.
tip- ; - .i ''. i: ' : '
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KLUTTZ S DRUp STORE, is
the larceft, and oldest established in Salisbury.
i Kl.UlTZ'S DUUli oTUUru, is pre-
mired; to doDlicate anr Merchants or
Physlcian, Bill, bought anywhtro in
si . -
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STOKE, has
and intends to do. the
-- , :
largest Drug trade in this section of tho
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE
is tbVplate to buy anything that yon
want from a Corn plaster, to a $7 box of
perfumery. From a paper of Lampblack
10 a thousand pounds of White Lead.
From a dose of Castor Oil to a hundred
ouncfS'of Quinine. From a tooth-pick
to a Pocket Book. No bragging either,
but solid facto. To prove it. call on, or
write ito TUKO. F. KLUT'I Z
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
Salisbury, N. C.
you had gold; yon would only know how
to waste it.
Then, oonH stand abont like a great
helpless child, waiting for some one to
come in and feed you, but go to work.
Take the first work you can find, no mat
ter what it is. so that yoitmay be sure to
do it well. Yee. whatever vou undertake, Jc&Vr,His Luck. Yon see." sa'd the
do it well: always do your best. If yon despondent man on tha pickle barrel, ad
manase the capital you already have, you Idressins the Krocer, who was spearing the
will soon have plenty more to manage; top ot a cracker-box with a cheese; kniio,
but if you can't or won't manage the I My bu see somo people has good luck, and
capital Uod has given you, you will nev- some people hnaj bad luek. JNow 1 re-
er have any more to manage. ruga member once 1 was walking along tne
Sound Express. -J 'street witifToni! Jel!ick,;.fiu4 -he went
down one side "of it and I went down on
. . m a Ja: m - 1 4
tup. trttp fitvnwRFi.T.i the other. We liadn t eot more n bait
1 3 - I . I. C I l, ...
tr .1 i . . ' . war uowif wucu tic iuuiiu a impact uwmiv
IVtnnv nf heat atnrioa in ntxr tinrrr. I J " . t . I
. u. .i . j I Willi U I III II. auu & Ftruucu mi u-
dooks are me reproaucuon oi some rery I , , . . j -.i J
Ui-:i uu i.L... - . ...,1 man s dress aud got acquainted with my
sucicut ui b ui uicn'i t ui in Tin , nuu iiic I f
finest of all English nursery tales, "Cin- "r r'u:r jJL 17 JZ . 7'
. 1. j 1 " 1. . r .1 I nun Difiliia i lira a. vua vvasivao who
UCIlII. Ul LUv . . . ' 1 i ij 1
lUCiVire IUUII III tun nunu, fiitv
IT'S JUST AS EASY.
DKEXEL'S. HOYTS, and Hunockian
Colognes. WRIGHT'S, LUI3IN3, and all
other Handkerchief Extracts. 'f
At KLUTTZ'S Drag Store.
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o5 2.. ts9iI55StMo w ,
PP.-. " - w - o. cu -i--55 9
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V"'T- T; i IMPROVED
n C3 ;
Piedmont Air Line Bailway
D!fhmAM Danvile. Hichmond &
Danville E. W.. N.: C. Diyison, and
Northwestern H. C, a. W.
In Effect on and after Monday, March 13th,
and lie Clean!
Cashmere Soqnet, Brown TOTind-
SOr, STERLrJJO, rOXCINE, UARBOLIO, ami
fiftvther kinds of Tilt Soaps, nt from 5
to 75 cents a cake.
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Alexander Sfephenst of Georgia, tells
this stDry iA Dr. Royston doubtless a
most excellent man, had sued Peter Ben
net, a farmer for his bill. "Little Aleck,"
aa Alexander is magnified by bis friends,
to)4 lils pjient, Jeter that the case of
service and its value, were proved against
him iti legal form, and that there was no
real defense- But the eld farmer insisted
that bis lawyer should ''speak to . the
pase,?'M -Mr. Stephens told him that he
opgbt to speak himself if,,he thought a
speech could be made, and was enrprised
jbythe retort . "I will, if Bobby Toombs
wogb3joo baid on dip," ijr, Toombs
promised, and Peter B.ennet begauj
"Gentlemen of the jury,1 J ain't no law
yer and.no doctor, and you ainft nniher.
And if we farmers don't stick together,
ihese here lawyers and doctors will get
the advantage of us. I ain't no objec
tions to lawyers and doctors in their place
and some U clever men, but they aU't
farmers, gentlenjea of the jury. Now
ibis Pr. Royston was a new doctor, and
I sent for him to come to doctor my wife's
sore leg. Aiid he did, and put so?oe
salve truck on Jt and rags! bat never done
I it a bit of good, gentlemen o the jury.
X don't believe he's no doctor, no way.
'I here's doctors 43 I know is doctors, sure
enmTghlftt this ain't no doctor at all.f
This was evidently telling, and Dr.
JJoytton put in with, "Look at my diplo
ma, ancLaeaif I am not a doctor." hi
diploma I " said the new-fledged
oratorfyitti great contempt. That am't
nothing for no piece of paper ever made a
doctor yet." K , ; j
Ask ray patients," jhouted the now;
This was the conventional straw that
seemed to break the back of the orators
patience. "Ask pour patients !" he said
in slow and mournful deliberation. "Ask
yonr patient ! Why, they're all dead 1"
Then, in rapid declamation, he named
case after cae, well known, bnt mostly
among the negro servants of his neigh
bors, where his opponent had treated
them and their owners buried them. ai.d
fohtinned: "Ask your patients t Whj
4. womq nave to seek; mem m the lone
pome churebyard, and rap on the sitent
lomb to get anawersfrom the dead. iTou
f now 1 hey can't say nothm' to this ease
lor you've killed them all!" The applause
:iosea tne speecn, and the detendaut' had
fiis case. Sel.
derella," was once
children of Lgypt in the palmy days
j Ve will tell you how it happened ;
and we think that you will say that the
old story is quite as clever as the new,
and much more probable ; fur in the true
Cinderella history there are no fairy, god
mother, no mice aiid no pumpkins. A
wise old eagle takes all the management
of the slipper, aud we can, in fancy, see
mm carrying it over tne silver eanas ana
dark pyramids of Egypt, without greatly
taxing our belief.
' , Rodolphe a pretty name, to begin
with was the fairest lady in all Egypt.
She had a dainty foot, and wore jewelled
slippers ; and all the people gazed upon
ber with delight ' when she walked, as
though she were a goddess or a fairy.
She went out to bath one da v among
the white lilies of the Nile. While she
and her maids were sporting in the water,
a great shadowpassed over them, and
they saw an eagle alight on the bank
.where their clothes had been left. Pres
ently it arose with something in its talons
and wheeling through the golden hazes,
beame a speck in the clear sky.
When llodolphe came up the bank, she
found that one of her jewelled .slippers
had been carried away, and sbe said to
her maids, "The eagle has taken it.'
And the maids said, "Then it will
bring you , good luck. Tho eagle is a
bird of good omen." So Rodolphe hob
bled bomejw-ith a light heart, one of her
slipperless feet crushing the lotus blos
soms, Jier maids laughed at her, but
she said, "It is good luck, for an eagle
has taken it."
Par away, up the Nile, Jay Memphis,
with her brjgbwwinged temples aud pal
aces; a city seventeen miles in circuit,
the seat of the Pharaohs for nearly, a thou-;
sand years, at this time the capital of
Egypt. Here were the splendid teiypjes
of Isis, Seraphis, and of the Sun j and the
throne was now filled with a Pharaoh
who had overthrown eleven other Egyp
i j' His name was Psammeticas. II is son,
the Pharaoh Necho, slew Josiah, Kinsr of
I Judah, b. C. 610. (See 1 Kings xxiii.)
! He was eitting in a cool portico of his
palace toward evening. The ciimson
sun-was blazing low on the hot sands of
the desert, but cuol winds tripped witli
ugiu iees aioug tue aimpiea waves ot the
Nile, and fanned the king as they paed.
never had uo luck."-
The Shah of Persia has in his place
terrestrial globe ?id to be of solid gold.
It is surrounded by cirde of the same
metal aud adorned wilh ull sorts of gems
AH the countries are indicated by in
'- t 4
crustations ot : diamonds and precious
stones of various colors.
A ROYAL SMOKE.
Salisbury Favorite Cigar,
Only 5 Cents.
IT DRIVES AWAY CARE. AND PUTS
You in a Good Humor.
Ali-o. All popular brands at from 2 to
At KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Leave Charlotte .... 6.45 a
' " Air-Line J'hct'n 6.2$
"Salisbury 8 20 "
" Greensboro 10.68
" Danville 1 34 r m
" Dundee 1.49
" liurkeville 6.6i: " .
Arrive at Richmond- 9.35 r x
GOING SOUTH, f
" Burkevi 1
Arrive t Charlotte...
6.50 a X
1.39 r M
'tn,: ...i- I- '':-'t J .--'5"
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CO - t i ; ; fef- q
1 j ' m
(it mm; EAST.
" Co SKopn
Arr. Raleigh . ...
Arr. at Cold.sboroV
1 10 55 a M
12.14 r K
o 3,22 r m
5 6.U0 r m
Arr 4.20 pm.
Leave tiittnsboro. .
" Co. Shops
Arr"ve at Raleigh. . .
Arrive at Goldhboro
Air. 4-2(1 a a
Lv. 2 51 "
L've 9.15 am
NORTH WESTER1V W. C. B.. H
( Salem Branch. )
1 GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS;
l FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
I SCRIBITIIXIS PAMnT QUZLliinrirJG TUBES,
I ;; . ;j j ; .
kn inverftion having a moat important bearing on the future of Reed InKlrument., by meani if
i which the quantitv i,r volume of tonejR very largely increased, K
! i and the quality of tone rendered , .
t .!,.(. -
.Equal to that of the Best Pipe Orps of the Same Capacity.
Our celebrated "Vox Celerte.' "Vosi Uarnana.' " ilcox Fatent Uctave Lonpler," the rhm.
Jng "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stop,-"Mema norn, v.rejnuna, n.i&s, ioia r.urif
f ALL THE LATEST IMPKOVliEINTS ;
j 'Can beiobtained only in these Organs. :
! AAby "-Jeprlor ftnd the Cliurcli
I"or tne f IMMATERIAL AND WORKIVIANSH
1 Quality aid Volume ot Tone u nequal led.
PBICES, 850 TO $500.
I FACTORY AND WAEEROOMS, C0RXEH 6lh AND CONfjnfes Ss, r
(ESTADUCSHIID I'si'lSOO.) AOJBWTS Wanted in Every CctEty
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO.,
AN ELEGANT LINE OF MAGNIFICENT
SUELL TOILET BOXES, POW
DER and PUFF BOXES, FANCY
P0L'KET-B00KS,MIRR0RS, &c. &c,
KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
Leave Greensboro .4..
Arrive at -a!em...... .
Arrive at Greensboro.
6 45 "
1'iasenger traits leaving JIaleigli at 1?.43am
connects at ireer.sljoro' witlitlie Southern bound
train; making the quickest time tu all Pontliern
cities. Accomodation Train leaving Raleigh at
8.00 r. m. connects witb Northern bound Train at
ire-nsboro for Richmond and all pointtt Kast.
Price ot Ticket same as via other routes
Accommodation Train leaving Greennboro at
6.03 a. x . connects at (JoldKbore with Northern
and Southern bound Trains on the Wilmington
and W'eldon Railroad. . I
Lynchburg Accommodation leave Richmond
daily at 9 00 A m . arrives at Dmkevi.lle 12. 06
p M, leave Buikeville 120fji, arrive it Rich
inond 4 34 rx
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
ana i&icnmona, zoz mixes. ;
I'aoers t'i it Ii ive arrangeuienU to advertise the
schedule of this company will please jrint as
above anu :orwata copies to .en 1. I'ansenger
for furthei information address
JOHN li. MACMURIlp,
(len'l Passenger Agent.
Dec. 10. 'To. J K: tf.
p A kVentilating foke.Thty Lave
good Joke on a "professor of ventilation
down East, who being pat into a rootn at
a hotel ' with auotLer gueet, askefl ' the
Jatter to raise a window at nibt, aa tha
iIr waa so cloee. "I can't raise it," I iaid
the guest, after working at the window a
vrlnle .-''Then knock a pane of gias
'Vai4 the professor, which wag done.'
After a vhj'le the profesor got op aud
jknockt-d out another. pane,, then he ' was
able to f hrep; but iii fhe iqoniing h: 4ia
covered that Le had only hrpken into a
no arose, waiicea luio an open court,
when a great ahadow passed above him.
lie looked up. and beheld with deliirht
and awe an eagle descending, and wheet-
i ii 1 1 .. ..
in- aoove nia neaa, witu sometbing
sparkling in bis talons. He looked upon
the bird as a messenerer from the sun..
He lifted his arms for joy. Just then
the ! eagle begau to asceud. dropnin&r the
glittering treasure from his talons into
bis bosom. . i
It was KodolplieV jewell4 slipper.
The next day, Ps.irumeticua issued a
prpflamation Inch caused all Memphis
to Vpfider-; Whoever would find the
mate q tjm' jewelled slipper, which the
eagle had brought to the palace, should
be loaded with riphes, and taken into the
service of the king.
iiodolpbe heard the great news, he
believed that the eagle was indeed a mes
senger of the gods to point pot to her
destiny. So she came to the mafmifirent
Memphis to answer the proclanjaijoa of
Witli oue slipperless foot she ascended
the; grand porticos of the Pharoah'd, and
Btot,d before tbe king with' downcast eyes,
lifting .her dress just above her dainty
leet a perfect vision of i beauty. Of
coarse Psammeiicns fell in love with her
and married her, and mads her Queen
over all Egypt.
There was great ioy in all the dazzling
teropies or Aiempnis when the marriage
was consummatedr-there. were daucin,'
anq music; and strewing of flowers: i All
lgypt. was happy. HczcKiaJe Butter
irorth, m Wide A wale. i
CARDS, B L A N K S,
(Fee Simple, ShepifFs ar)4 Comtuis-
Land and Oiattle),
i ,, ii,-.. -; - L. I Manufactured by.
DILL H11AU5, SW"W "losii"
. j MBold only at KLUTTZ'S Drng Store.
1 JVcLtL aU tteltt JfUcuU,
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II 1 ! i .
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i all done on short notice and at
TfeBY LOW BATES.
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 the addition of an
siwau, ciiner roiasn, inline or ooaa. ccc.
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 Pkepared 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 are used by the oldest paint-
ers. Lfur rami win cover more surface
than any Chemical Paint in the world.
We authorise their sale, subject to the
satisfaction of all buyers. We agreo to
re-paint any house with English BB
White Lead, qr any other While Lead, if
our Paints do not provp perfectly satisfac
Chills Cured for 25 Cents,
Warranted or money Refunded, at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG. STORE.
ECofjrt Blanks, Deeds and Mort-
gageg, rejyjy printed and for sale at LAMPS from 25 ets., to $5.00.
r to order. I
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li s i 1 " ;' .
A ddress, ...... J. X BB UfiEB,
SALISBURY, N. C.
PPRE GRAPE WIXE, for Churches
60 ets. per quart.
WHITE LEAD, Warranted equal to
any in the world, 11 cents per pound.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PHYSI
CIANS AMD MERCHANTS At
THEO. F. KLUTTZ'S, DbugStoee.
! I SALisumy, K. C.
May 20 1875. ly.
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OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
Carolina Central Railway
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Wilmington. N. 0. April 14, 1$75. S
Change of Schedule
On and after Friday. A pril IGth, 175, tbe
trains -will run over this Railway as follows .
Leave Wilmington at. . . .
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at i
Arrive in Wilmington at
..715 A M.
...7.45 P. M.
. ..7j00 A. M
FREIGHT TEA IK $
Leave Wilmington at.... fj.00 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at.... 0.00 P M
Leave Charlotte at t! 0' A M
Arrivein Wilmington at.i .IJ.00 A M
MIXED TRAINS- j
Leave Charlotte at ; ; 00 A M
Arrive at BnnaWat...... 112 M
Leave Baffalo at. 4 1.30 P M
Arrive in Charlotte at. . . j .4.30 P M
No Trains on Sunday eccept one freight, train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 p. m instead of
on Saturday night. ! .
Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington fc
Weldon, and Wilmington,Columbiat Augusta
Railroads, Semi-weekly 2few York aud Tri
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the Hirer lloats to Fayetterille.
4 Connect at Charlotte with its' Wettbrn Di
vision, North Carolina Railroad, Cbarlotte &
Statesvile Railroad, Charlotte & Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rail,
Thus supplying the whole West, Nrtbwe t
aqd South vet with a short and cheap j line to
tiie Seaboard and Europe.
S. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
. Buggies for sale, xsAi grades a cxapses.
nave, on hand, Buggies which I will sell
at the lowest cash prices, and ss low, or lower
than any other establish men t in North Caro
lina, according to grade. All kindsof repairing
done, at short notice. l' . -
Those wishing any thing in my line, wonld
do well to call and see tne, before purchaMtig
elsewhere as I am determined not to be outdone
either in prices or qnalityjof work in Ur State.
tr , I?.',1 Academy, 4 miles JJ.
v. oioausiHirr, i. t;. j
12 : C mo.
; With or without Portable Hot Water Reservoir anij Close?.
In'i b7 eld-fashlaael Store, jbat'sst e
With all latest improTemnts.
I Largst Oven and Flues. Longest Fire Box for long wood.
Ventilated Oven, Fire Back and Fire Box Bottom In
; cures a Quick, Sweet and Even Bake and Roast,
i Swing Hear h and Ash Catch. Won't scB flair or carpet.
f Durable Double and Brace J Centers and Ring Covers.
! Burns butjittle woed. Ha; Uici cr Solid Iron Front.
Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. NojOld i Scfpp Iron-
Nickel Plated Trimmings. 1 Tin lined! Oven poors,
I Ground and Silver-like Polished Ed es and Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New lra$. Won't crack.
f WAaSAlTTSfl SAKSTa5:C27. j
Mann fact n red by : j 1
RATHBONE, SARD &. CO., Albany, N. Y.
Sold by an Enterprising Dealer in ert' Tote
1 L. V. BROWN,
Salisbury. X. C. Nov. 11. 1875. Gnios.
j : ' 1 : )!, i 1 1
E. II. IT1AR8H'S
AC UN E WO il ECS
Corner of Fultos & Council, jstreets,
X Salisbury., X. C.
Having all my new Machinery; in opera
atioc, I am now prepared im connection with
the Iron 6c Brats works to d all kinds of
wood . work, such as Lumber Dressing,
Tongue & Groving. making Sash; Blinds
& -Doors, making moulding from iuch to f
inches wide, also Turning &; Partem niak
ibg, Sawing Bracketts, &c. Having the
best Machinery aud first class workmen,
satisfaction is-guaranteed.' ,
July 29, 1875. ly. i '!
! -i -
I have filled npflii -Omnilms and rkippift
Wagon whifh are always rrnuy t rouyev' xi:
pons Ift or fnm ftre dfjxl, to smd from mrtifff
wedding!". Leave ordersal Mansion lloiw
or at my Livery A Jvile Stable, Fisher rtrwl
near Kailru.ul bridge.
m. a. nnixtiLE-
Aug. 19 if.
' Chesapeake and Ohio RE
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROI'TE BE
TVTEEN NOliTH CAUOL1NA AND THE
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS. -
9 am 10 g
Charlottesville, .10 p ui 2.1am
-White Sulpber, . 10.20 " H.42 "
lliintinirton. 0.4(a ni 4.ao T n
ArriveXJiucinuatti, . - COO
fonnectinji closeljT with all of the Grd
Trunk Lines for the West, A'orA-1IV r.4
SoutU-W-ext. This is the shortest, jquickatixd
eheuped Route, withies changes of cars tit
I any other, and passes through the finrsls itnfl
in the world.
Passengers taking the Express tiain on'thi
N.C R. R. have no delay, but connect cloieljl
to any point m the eft.
First class and .Emmigrant Tickets itM
IvOWkstatfs and Baggage checked.
grdnt yo on Ezpraa Trains. Tim:, DisTXjct,
snd Money saved by taking the Ulteiogetu
and Uhfo Jlovle.
Freight Rates 10 and from the West, alwt
low ps the lowest. ,
Merchants and others will find it to them
terest to get our Rates before shipping
during. ' . ' ;
lor Information and Rates apply '
J. C. DA M E, So. Agent,
or O. M.'McKENNIE,
Ticket Agent ,
. GreensboroN. C ,
C. R. HOWARD,
General TicketrAgvnt. ' '
W. M.S. DUNN,
Manioofl : How Lost How Restore!
Just published, a new edition of
Dr. Culver well's Celebrated Essay
on the radical cure (without medi
cine) of Spermatorbhcea or Seminal Weak
ness. Involuntary Seminal Lrtiwesj Imtfvpv
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimental Houston, the said tracts briefly desert
fo carriage, etc.; aiso, cok sumption, EPILEP
SY and Fits, induced by ; self-indulgence or
Sexual extravagance, &c. i ;
I fiSS Pince, in a sealed envelope, only six
fents. , I1'
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Essay, clesrly demonstrates, frbin a thirty
fears' successful practice, that the! alarming
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I This Lecture should be In i f he hands of
Ssvery youth and every man! in ithe land.
J Sent und?r seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, po-pitW, on receipt j of six cents or
two post stamps. I , i i
' Address the Publishers, f " f i 5
F. BRUGMAX A; SON1, '
41 Aan St., New York; Vont Office Box, 4580.
j an. s. dmoii.
The undersigned is authorized to sell
vately, three valuable tracts of Land, situ
ted in Mt. TJlla Township, Rowan colj
onfnnrr tn the estate of the late iff. v.
1. One tract of 200 acres, more or lj
adjoining the lands of W. A--PostoB.-Alexander,
and others, on which tlifre '
i ,i n: l t i thi! W
2 Another traet nf 'tfiS acres. iuore,K.
Jess, adjoining the lands-iof M. V.GoodJ-
josepn Drown anu oiners. i m y. A
very heavily iimljered. I" . j
3 AnrkthfP tra't tf inf srr'acre,a'
joining the lands of J. LLi Freeze aiid dtnpj
rnnaieta olmncf tnt irtA v i rvf woodland
meadow-. . , ' j j
Terms of sale rcasonaWe. ; p
Apply to the undersigned at Mt. UJ
O., Rowan co., . C. ! fK'C. RA'M'
Jan. 10, 187U. ; ' 14:3m
Cheap Cmttci jMortgngc?
and varios ether blanks lor sale K