r ' . . i
;Froiu the: New, .York Sun. ; y" .
ri.OTTiNG TO SEAT HAYES.
PROPOSING TO DECLARE HIM
ELECTED DESPITE THE HOUSE.
J:n agh Republican Congressmen to be
Cquntedin to Give litem a Majority-
A Bold Plot Concocted by Desperate
Washington, Nov. 22 The RepuW
lieari Jeaders Lore are not reticent as to
their plan of operation. Tha Returning
Boards in South Carolina and J,ouiiana,
they say, will certify the elcwu of the
Itepullican electoral tickets in those two
States.Vnd Gov. Chamberlain and Kel
log will issue, in conlorniity with ""this,
the certificate of election to the eloctoie.
The electors of these States will in due
forni-and in acto dance with law' perform
l heir functions and transmit their certifi
cates to the Pieaidentof the Senate, and
their votes will be counted for Rutherford
1L Hayes. This is the plan in its naked
outlines. - '
Aa to the details, they are to depend
upon, the exigencies in each case. F r
instance, in South Cawiliaa, Chanijbeilai- ,
though the Supreme Court thouli attetnj t
to iittei fere, will issue bis certificate of
cleettoiUo the Republican electors, and
theyjwill meet, record their votes for
Hayes and Wheeler, and transmit their
certification of that fact to the President
of the Senate. In Florida, Gov. Sieanif
will do the same, at.d the electoral vote
f that htate will in the same manner ue
transmitted to the President of the Senate
Thehouisiana case is a little difficult,
-but the Returning Board there is equal
to the emergencr. Il will perform its
labors in the presence of the Republican
and-Democratic j committees. Whatever
fi.ev do will be certified to as legally
itei formed by t lie Republican committee,
:;? the electoral vote of that State will
he given to Hayes- and Wheeler, and
the tact certified to the President of the
At the appointed time the two -Houses
of Congress will meet in joint session,
and the certificates will be opened by the
President of the1 Senate andlS5 vole
counted for Hayes and -184" for Tilden.
If there is any objection made by a Dem
ocratic Senator or representative, ine
President of the Senate will decline to
est-titertaiii it. If the objecting member
persists he will be called to order, and if
he does not obey ho will.be taken 'u
hand by -the 8ergeantat-Arms of tin
'Senate. In the event of disorder flie -of
fenders will be removed from the hall by
the tracers of the Senate, hut in ihe even
f any disturbance which the officers of
the Seuate cannot quell, then the military
jwillj interfere to preoeve proper decorum
If theDemocratic majority retire" the Re
publican minority will remain, and it will
be. held that the House of Representative
was constitutionally present. Mr. Hayes
will berdeclared elecied, and upon the 4:1
of March he will be inaugurated.
The forms of law ha -ine been observed
by ihe lletoriiinsr Boards of South Ciro-
liua and Louisiana, by the Governor of
1 lorida and the electors of those States,
the action of the Republican majority ol
the Senate, and the Republican minority
. of the House in declaring Haves- electi d
President will, it is expected, he acqu
eiced in by the people of the United
Stales, The business interests of the
t country will nut suffer turmoil to ensue
and after a season of talk and threaten
ings the great body of the people will si t
tle down to every-day aft'urj, and say
we can stand It for four years.
This is what the Republican leaders
here profess to believe. -
If, however, there should he any dis
turbance, any attempt to resist the de
cision of the Republican majority of the
Senate and the Republican .minority of
the Il6use of ' Representatives, then the
whole power of ihs Government will be
exerted to crush it out. This, they say
will le quite easyr They do not appre
hend any united action on the part of the
G'venyrisf New York, New Jersey,
Connecicut, and Indiana. On the other
hand, the Governors of all the Republi
can Jjiates, they allege, will tender prompt
asiaitce; to the general Goverument.
Precautions will be taken to have thp
, )P)lii of those States in readiness to be
used irisUniJy. In word, the Republi
cs twdera say they will have not 'only
t'iC aTmy and navy of the general Gov
. eiiimer; ,ut their friends throughout the
Nortli fjiriH lie ready to respond. If there
is any aaovement by the Southern States,
this wilKbe denounced as a revival of the
rebellioV,and the loyal North will te
appealed to put! it down.
The Republican leaders here persist
Jtiat as strenuously in claiming that they
have a majority o( the next House ol
Representatives, as they do in claiming
South 'Carolina; Florida, and Louisiana
for Hayes aud Wheeler.
The Courier 'Journal pay a pasiii"
tiibutfelo Kilpalrick : Kilpatrick U a
very fair specimen of 1C Republican
-tnisear.es. iu the '-South who deliberately
inHiiufacture eUtenien'Si to aid Zach
Chandler iu hw' iufrfinoua and revolution
;uy work of tryinj; to i-btruct the fra
U'riiizHtioii of the Northern. and Southern
people, aUd tliorsubaervn the interests of
the tnilUary pat;ty of which Grant and
Hayes ate- Uie "recognized leader?. A
man whose shibboleth is "the bloody shirt
with i money'' niij;ht be expected to rival
he dvvil hircsell iu the profusion of Ly-
Tfie new State Treasmcr, Dr. Worth,
rnterea umn the duties ot his office- &t'i
Thursday., There as turned over to
the newr treasurer, the sum of $151 9(34 v
85 in money; j Ti included S86,TJ0 ol
JJnited State government bonds belon
iuto ihe school fund. The 6Ther ef
fects nT the' office covered 31 pages ol
Jegal papboiuls, coupons, ice. There
are ifpiuy. bonds nf iifferent, classes, some
$A wtn little better lhauHvorthless. Tin
looses in' I he eight years aud nearly six
mouths, during Which Mr. Jenkins Iiaf
l)eei treasurer, J amounted to Si 26. 77.
Thii "was ''trade good by ihereiiring
I reasarer. During alj of his admiuUtra
.lion not a sinjjlej counterfeit baa been put
upou tbu tieaury.
thrre- t'no compld'tt that tffllcts th
pnttWlw wine of tli-raried foniu of Kldae
or no ilarmm- in ?t re-nil t thn trhen the k'dney.
Sittorete from the bt..od ihe nrte .ad. and other
" ion; tnbsuncc hirh the blood .ccomulatcs
h it eirculauon tfaronsh the Bybtein.
If from any can-e the k'ducy fad to perform thr
I fanctiowi dewlviu npn thetn, the cnmula tlone are
taken tip by the absorbents and the whole eystem
tlirown Xnta a ftate of diw caninjr greut pa:a
and aufferinjr, and very often lmmettlaie death.
Hence the Importance of keeping the kidneys cud
tliod In a heatthy conditisa, thronga whictyOl tUe
Jmporitiea of the body mus4 paea.
PAIN IN THE BACK.
i. wLn. iuul tnnn tit medical, aciencc
which has proved itself more ralriable in cases ot
At, atui ua
tion 1 -
The foltowtug extraordinary enre of great anffep.
era, who had tHsenn'veu np by the best physic-saiia
ashopeicta eaf. will peak for thcmselve-, and
rhonld challenge the taomi profonnd attention or the
medical facnltr, aa well as of those who are eutt-
eriD from Iv'.ducy uouipuint.
THE BEST MEDICINE.
Eapht M 4innrtEl.l, "An?. 521370.
T RTjfisd : Dsar Sir I am aavnty-one years
erer uaed. I have tried many remedies for this com
plaint, and never fonnd no much relief aa from the
Veoetisi. It strengthens and inYigoratca the
whole svstem. Manv of my acquaintances have Ta
ken it, and 1 believe it to be good for all the com
plaiuis for which it retonittiondod.
JOSIA'I n. SnEKMAX
r.oTo?i, May &0, 1971.
IT. H. Stbvxvs, Esq. : Dear Sir I have been
hndly afflicted with Kidney Complaint for ten years;
have snilered great paiu in my bikk, h ps and side,
with great difficulty in pa-Riiiir nraie, which was of
ten, and in very small qu -ntities, frequently accom
panied with Mood and rxcruluiting paiu.
I have faithfully tried most of the popular reme
dies recommended for ihy complaint ; 1 have bi-en
under the tretmnt of some of the most skillful
physicians in Bton, all of whom pronounced my
case Incurable. This wa my conditsou when I was
advised by a friend to try tle Veoetise, and I could
see the good effects from the first dose I took, and
f rom that moment 1 kept on improving until I was
entirely cured, taking in all, I shonld think, about
s'x botiles. It is in deed a viluable medicine and it
I should be affiicted arain in the same way, I would
cive a dollar a dose, if I could not get It without.
Iprnfellv, 1. M. tULK.
S61 Third Street, Sooth Boston.
TJ. R. STrvr.Ns: Pear Sir In expressing my
thanks to yn for benefits derived fnmi ihe use of
VrMETiNK, end to benefit otliers, I will date:
When eight or nine years old I was afllicted with
Scrofula.which made iis appearance in my eyes, face
and head, and 1 was very m-ar blind for two years.
All kinds of operations were performed on my eyes,
and all to no irood result. F ully the disease prin
cipally settled in my body, timbir and-fcet, and at
times'in. an agruvii'tcd way.
Ist Summer I was from some canse weak In my
spine and kidneys, and il whs limes very hard to
retain the urine." Soeine your advertisement in the
Commercial. I lotight abut ik of VEOiETINE, and
commenced using accird is:- to directions. In two
or three days I olitai ned great n-lief. After usin?
four or Ave bottles I noticed it hitd a wonderful eff
ect on the rongh.scaly blotches-on my body and legs.
I still used Veoetisk and the humorous sore one
after auother disappeared until they wete all gone,
and 1 a. tribute tlie cure of X Uc two disc-ate to Vro
ETINE, and nothing el.-r.
If I am ever a flecied uithnny thing of the kind
ag.iu lhall try Ykgetims as Uie only reliable
Ouce more accept mv thnnks, nrd believe me to be,
Very respect fuliv, At'--I'lN l'AKKOTT.
Dec. 1, 1ST2. 2iu. X Gano b!., Cinciunati.Ohio.
Discaaes of the.K'dneys, Bl-ddr, ctc are always
ui pleasnnt, and at times tlir Imiwie the nm.-t d'
tressing and diuigerons Ui-easer ituit c n aliect the
human system. Most' diseases of t lie lvidueys ariae
from impurities iu the !lood, ransing hiiinora wliich
eetlle on these parts. Veoetie excrili any known
ren.edy in the w hole wor d tr cleans iig and purify
ing the U.Mid, the:elv causing a huaitiiy action lo all
the organs of the body.
gctine i& Sold hy all Druggists.
On the 16th day of November, and in the
city of Rajeigh, the undersigned will commence
the publication ot
a Daily.and Weekly Democratic newspaper.
Oflo.isr experience in their profession as ed
iters, res pectively of the Fayelteville Observer
and the llimngton Journal, they donotanect
o doubt the soundness of the genera liudnnen
i . i . , .... i . . J
wuicii assigns inem auilitv to lurnisii a news
paper suited to the needs and adapted to th
t testes of tiie nefjiile of North Carolina. Differ
ing in politics in the olden time, there was nev
er a difference between the Observer and the
Journal -in zeal for the interest of Nortli Can
Una. To promote the one, and to uphold ami
add to the other, will be the object of Ih
Of very decided opinions on qne.-tions of pub
lic intereM, and apt to give those opinion
plain expression, thev deem it the first duty of
a newspaper to furnish its readers with the in
formation necessary to the formation of their
opinions to publish all "the news;" and their
purpose is to make The Observer now, as of
old, n truthful, accurate, condensed history of
the times in which we live. It w.isthus "that
"the old Observer" won its hold upon the peo
p!e of North Carolina, enjoying the ajl'ection of
us party friends, receiving the respect and con
fidence of its bitterest political foes, and com
manding in its comparatively isolated location
a circulation larger than has ever been attained
by an other North Carolina newspaper, and il
is thus, by like dignity, and fairness that the
editors of The Obhuver, transfer lo the State
Capital, hope it will deserve, and noon equal,
and then surpass, its former circulation and
It will be their high aim to deserve the pnb
lie confidence by earnest efforts to promote the
public welfare, first and foremost of Nortli Car
olina, next of all ihe Southern States' and,
finally, and through these of ttye wliole Union.
They think that this can only be effected by
the prevalence of Democratic principles, and
ami the dismissal of the Radical party from the
places antLpower which they have ho greatly
abused and under whose baleful rule the South,
has been outraged and the wliole country has
been inioverished and disgraced.
PETER M. HALE.
'JVlLMAM L. SAUNDERS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
Daily Observer, one year, - - - $4 00
Daily Observer, six months, - - 4 00
Weekly Observer, one year - - 2 00
Weekly Observer, six months, - - - l 00
All communications should be addressed un
til further notice to
W. L. SAUNDERS,
4 - Wilmington, N. C.
SAVE YOUR HOGS !
HOG GH8LERA OOBE
Never known to fail if taken in time.
The best and most efficient Cure and Pre
ventive known. Said to be by those who
have used it to be an unfailing remedy.
Readhe following testimonials from citi
zens of the highest respectability ;
Salisbury, June 2, 1876.
Dear Sir : I have used with great satisfac
tion your-" Hog Cholera Cure," and can
truthfully recommend it to all hog raisers
as a great preventive and sure cure when
given before the hog ia too sick to eat.
' R. R. CRAWFORD.
Of the Firm of Crawford & Heilig,
Salisbury, Sept. 6, 1876.
Mr. Exxiss This is to certify that I have
used Enniss' Hog Cholera Cure for years and
can say that I have never had a vase of chol
era among my hogs since L began to use it,
and recommend it to the hog raisers of the
country. ROBT. MURPHY,
Of the Finn of R. & A. Mnmhv.
F or sale at Enniss' Drug Store. Price
a 00x 2 il.it.
Klrii.v lnnnl.tiUIH man ine tuinni. .
rectly upon the ecret:oii', .cleanse and purifies
KiJvA ia ivKiorea the whole TKcm to hcaUhy
f nee: hae Suffered many yeans with Kidaej
plaint, weakness tu my back cad stomach. I wJ
induced by friendsto try yonr Veoetise, nod I thinlt
it thm W nicdiriTKt fur uenkiiess of the K'.uneys I
HOEIHITG - STAB, j
WILMINGTON, N. C.
A: FWST'CLASS DEMOCRATIC
L NEWSPAPER 4
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY
V DAILY NEWSPAPER ix
Only Daily Paper
Ptibliebe in WILMINGTON, a City
of nearly 20,000 Inhabitants, and
thfc Great Centre of North
! Carolina Trade !
One Year, -
Six Months, -
ADVERTISING RATES REASONABLE
WM. II. BERNARD,
! Editor d Proprietor,
WILMINGTON N. C.
J. & H. H0RAH,
ir M4 u
I in i ll il
TJ f I . I a
MAIN STREET, SALISBURY, y
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE HID SPLENDID STOCK
Most Beautiful Jewelry.
We have just received the largest and
handsomest stock of Jewelry ever exhibited
in Salisbury, and respectfully invite public
inspection. It comprises, Gold and Silver
Watches, of all kiuds; Silver Pitchers, Cups,
Castors, Napkin Hinj;s, Forks, Knives, and
Spoons. The finest and most beautiful sets
ot Jewelry of all kinds, as Ear-drops, Breast
Pins, i inger lungs, Bracelets, Seals, Lockets.
&c, &C..-&C. "
Also, u lot of plain
I SOLID GOLD RINGS.
Also, agents for the celebrated
ErCfthe finest glasses made. ,3
Will sel.as oyv as any House in the south.
CALL: HERE AND GET YOUR
W ATI' II AX D CLOCK BEPAIBIMG
done promptly asusu.il. All work trarranteJ
12 months. Dec. lo. 187o. 10:tt
Plantation for Sale.
The Undersign el offers for sale the plati-
ration wiiii-u ne lormeiiv lived upon, lying
immediately tu the public road leading from
Salisbury to On-raw. IU miles South-east of
j 25 -ACRES,.
of whivhi there is about one half wo d land.
the other portiou is meadow, pasture and
lil.ible land. Tliere is ou the planuses a
iood dwelling, good barn, and all necessa
ry out-butildiuus. Also a good well aud
good springs eotiveuieut.
Any tei!n wishing to purchase land
Would io well to call m the uiuUMiii(l at
rt ' 1 1 1 1 . . 1
.aiijuury. terms win e mane 10 sun iiwr
time. P. N. HE1LIG.
Salisbury, N. C.
July IH 2 1110s.
At Wholesale and Retail.
NOW IN STORE AND ARRIVING
75 Rbl.s. Molasses.
10 do New Orleaus
10 do j Syrup.
75 Bags Coffee.
25 Kegs Soda.
10 djtz. Lemon Syrup,
50 boxes Adamantine Candles.
j 25 Hxes Soap,
j 75 Cases Qysters
20 cases Brandy Peaehes,
j j 20 44 Fresh Peaches,
' ; I 10 Piue Apples.
30 Grosss Sniff
25 Coils' Cottfou and Jute Rope
40 boz. Painted Pails.
40 Gross Flasks
I 1.500 lbs. Candy "
j 50 Kegs Powder
j '50 Bags Shot
00 Reams Wrappiug Paper
10 Dozj Scotch Ale
j j ALSO
A full line of I Wood and Willow Ware,
BM)ts,Shjes, Hats, Saddles & Bridles, Axes!
Gun,, Pistols, i&c., ice. , , '
! Also, a large lot of Canned Goods, a
choice select iuo of French Candies, Salt.
Pepper. SpieeJGiuger. Royal Baking Pow
ders. Raisens, porrauts. Figs. Citrons, Nat
Sarriines.lCocoanats, Pickles, Sauces, Cat
sap, Potted Meat, KerosenewTaunera and
Slachine Oils, iqaors of all kinds, &c, &o.
The above Stock was bought at the close
of th seasou at greatly reduced prices, and
10 , iuey t. uoies&itt ec Keuu at verv
BINGHAM & CO.
C, Jnne 12, 1870,
! Salisbarj, Nt
II U II UIJIJ1I
The CaroUna Watchman
SALISBURY, N. C.
' Uvl f PRICE S3 IS ADVANCE, j :1
ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1833.
. 'Alwayt Coriurcatite.
-3TJ if- f
j RATESr: ;x: .
Jnehes. ; Rates by the Month.
1 2 3 6 12
$-2.00 $3.50 $5.00 $7.00 $13.00
4.00 COO 7.00 10.00 1S.00
6.00 8.00 10.00 15.00 20.00
8.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 25.00
0.00 13.00 15.00 22.00 35.00
15.00 21.00 27.00 M.00 55.00
2500 35.00 45,00 65.00 100.00
fine Inch for
Two inches for
Three laches for
Four laches for
V' Column for
H do tor
One do ' for
IXCLCDING COl'KT BLANKS
$ f f f J5 $ ?
Tn the Working Class. We are now
Inrenared to furuiah all classes with constant
etiiployiiiHiit at home, the whole of the time,
of for their spare nmineiits. Business new.
liilht and tcohtalle. Persona of el At r sex
easily earu from 50 cents to $5 per evetitog.
atid a prjMrtiuiiHl sum by devoting their
whole time to the business. Ifoya and girls
ern nearly as much as meu. That all
who see this uottee may seod their nddress.
and test the business ve make this utipar
alleled offer : To such as are not well sat
isfied we will send ore dollar to pay fr l lie
trouble of writing, i Full partieulars. sam
ples worth several dollars to coinmenee wirk
on. and a copy of Home and Fireside, ct;e .f
tlie largest and best Illustrated rublicatious.
all seut free by oiail. "Reader, if you want
permanent, profitable work address, IjEOiOK
SflNSOX Sc Co., Portland, Maiue.
GOME AND SEE!
BUGGIES FOR SALE,
All Grades & Classes.
1 have, on hand. Buggies which I will
t. . . 1 . 1 1
ell at the lowest casn prn-es, ami as
ir lower than any other establishment i"
North Candida, according to grade. All
kiinls of repairing -lone, at short notice.
Those vrishiug any thing in ny line.
would do well to eall and see ine, before
purchasing elsewhere as I am determined
not to be outitone either in prices : or quality
of Work iu th State. Call on lie at r ra'k-
lin Academy, 4 miles N. XV. of-Salisbury,
n; c. c. l. reeve.
July, 12 (J 1110.
. G1LMR ICEEHHR,
House, Sign, anil OruauiMitiTl
Graiili & Mzim a
AH letters addrcs.-ed ti
ligned at Ki-ruersville, N. C
VVork done by coutracl or by the day;
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Address
J. GILMER KEENER,
1 Kertiersville, X. C.
Salistoxirv, 3NT- O.
SIIOUTQH FEMALE COLLEGE
Statesville, N. C.
MRS. E. X. GRANT. Piunciial.
The XJezt Session will open An-
gUtt 30th X87C Circulars with terms.
ect , upon appliration. '
References: He v. W. A. Wood, istates-
tilly, N. C; ex-Gv. Z. H. .Vauce, Char
ottet N. C-, Prof. W. .1. Marti u. Davidsou
College, N. C: Rev. R. Rurwell, Raleigh.
N. C.: and all frifinls and pupils of Rev.
Dr.sMitchell. late Professor iti University of
N. C JulyG '7(J-ly.
Long ago the world was couvinced that sew
ing au be done by machinery the only ques
tion;ncw what machine combines in itseh
the greatest number of important advantages.
Just here the
comes in with its self-regulating tension, sew.
ing from muslin to leather without change ot
thread or needle, then from right to left aud left
to right iwhile oue style of the machine ewj
to orfrom the operator, as may bo desired aud
with; stitch alike on both sides. Iu elegance 01
fiuish aud smoothness of eperation. variety 01
woik and reasonableness in price, the Florence
has won the highest distinction. F. G. L'artlaud
Greensbofo, N. C, is the Agent. He is also
Agent for '
Bickford Knitting Machine
upori whicb 30 pair of socks have been knit
per day, without seam, and with perfect heel
and toe. 'Hoods. Shawls. Scarfs, Gloves, fcc.,
mfty be knit upon this Woman's Friend, which
costs but $30.
Correspondence in relation to either Knitter
or Sewing Machine Is invited, and samples 01
work sent upon application. All orders by mail
will receive prompt attention. Machines ship
ped to any part of the State, and satisfaction
guaranteed. Agents wanted in every County.
' Address all communications to
M J. E. CARTLAND, Salisbnry.
J Or, P. G. CARTLAND, Geu'l Agt.
; Greensboro, N. C
In; the ; absence of Salisbury agent, call on
urs.iSciii.oaa. at the National Hotel, (23:ly
Can't be wade by every' ageat
tfvery month fo 'the business
furnbh. but those willing to work
can easily e3 a doaen. dollar a day right
iu their wn localities. . Ilaye no . room to
explain bere. Busiuess pleasant and hon
orable. Woineu, and boys and girls' do 'is
rel a men. - We will farnish yon a com
plete Outfit free. The business paya bettpf
than anytlnug else. We will bear expenses
-f etartiug . you. Particulars free., .tVVrite
and s'e. Farmers and mechanics, their
son 9 at nd daughteis. aud all classes in need
f laying work at home, should write to as
aud learn mQI about the work at 'once. Now
is thf time. Don't delay. Address TRUE
& CO.. Augusta, Maine. j
35:1 y.pd. j ,
. When you want Hardware at low
figures, call on the undersigned at No. 2
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, N. C. June 8 tt.
01 Q a day at home
Agents wanted. Ou t
ana terms nee. lliLlocLU. An
March 9. 76: 1 yr
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and varins r iher blanks for ale hers
Mill Stones !
Of any size desired, cut out of the le?t
Granite in the State, may be obtained on
short notice. Also, window and door sills.
pedestals for monnments, &c. Address
E. E. Phillips, Salisbury. , 16:tf I
0BINIBUS & BAGGAGE
I have fitted up an Omnibiio' and Bajrgage
Wagon whieh are always ready to convey er
ons to or from the depot, to and from partie,
weddings. Ac. Leave -orders at Mansion ilotm
or at my Livery A Sale Stable, Fisher street
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. IiRIXGLE-
Aug. 19. tf.
Chesapeake and Ohio E E
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE BE
TWEEN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
In effect Sund;iy Nov. 5th, 1876.
Leave Richmond 8.15 pm S.iO A M
" Charlottesville, 1J 45 AM 1.45 P M
" Kiai.nton, 2.55 " 4.35
''White Sulphur, 7.55 "7" 10.35 :
" Kanawhatiills, l.'.'O p M 5.30 AM
Arrive Huntington, 5.15 " 10.00 "
" Cincinnati, 0.00 A M
" Iiuiiauapolis, 11.15 a m
Louisville, 10.-JU A M
"St. Lonis, 8.45 p m
t.'onnectinji closely with a1 of the Great
Trunk J.iues for the UW, Swth-ll'ett and
South-ext. This is the shortest, qvicLext and
eheo pet Route, with less changes of car tkan
any other, and passes through the finest scenery
in (lie 'tvut Id.
Passengers taking the Express ttais on the
N. C. R. R. have no delay, but connect closely,
to any point in the West. ' "r
f irst class and Emmigrant Tickets at the
Lowkst Katks jind Rii-giige checked. Emi
grant jo on Exprcxx Truths TlMK, 1'lTANCE,
ml .Money saved by taking the Clumpeuk
und Ohio Iioutt.
FrtKjht Rules to and from the West, always a
low as the lewent.
Merchant.- and others will find it to their in
terest to get our Rates before shipping or or
during. For Information and Rates apply to
J. C. DAMK.JSo. ABt.
or O. M. McKENNIE,
C. 11. HOWARD,
General Ticket Accnt.
W. M.S. DUNN,
HORATIO N. WOODSON & CO.,
Seal Estats and Insurance Agents,
Salisbury, N. C.
OFFICE. -....In the Court-IIouse
Will sell and buy real estate: rent housos
and collect the reuts.
FIRE AMD LIFE INSURANCE RISKS
JOHN S. HENDERSON, Attoeket al Law
will transact the lejral business of the firm.
Patronage solicited and prwmpt atten
ton guarantied. 25.9mo ;
SRALEIGH, N. C.
Board hy. t!je Day, $3.00.
BeautifuUy sitnatod next to Capitol square.
Col. O. S. BROWN, Propr
STATESVILLE, N. C, ,
G.S. L H IR & CO., Ij
Scrvant$ Polite anrCAttentiye. !
Pledniont Air 'Iiiiie Hallway
R cfimend & Danvile, Bichmond Jt
Danville ii. w.; . C. umson, ana
North Western H. C. B, W. . )
In Effect on and after Sunday, Oct. 15th, 1876
Leave Charlotte i f 55 A M
Air-Line Juntion 5.20 "
12.28 p m
7.43 P M
Arrive at Kichrsond -
STATIONS. ' MAIL.
Leare Richmond 7.50 A M
" Burkeville , 10.46 "
" Dundee 2.55 P M
Air-Line J unction 10.25
Arrive at Charlotte
" Co. Shops
Arrive at Raleigh
Arrive at Goldsboro
A rr. 12.30pm
' Co. Shopa
Arr. at Raleigh ,
Arr. at Goldsboro
11.10 " p
Arr. 9 00am
2 1 6.01 am
Lv. 5.20 pm
NORTH WESTERN1 TI. C.XI.R
( Salem Branch.)
Leave Greensboro 6.00 P M
Arrive at Salem 8.15
Leave Salem 7.03 A M
Arrive at Greensboro 9.15 "
1'asRenger Trains leaving Raleigh at 12.34 p
M. connects al Greensboro with the Southern
bound train ; making the quickest time to all
Southern cities. VccoiuodHtiun Train leaving
Kaieih at lU.O 1. M., connect. with Noilh
em bound train at Greensboro for Richmond
and all points East. Trice of Tickets same as
via other routes.
No Change of Cars Between Atlanta
and Ricnmond. 547 Miles.
Papers that have arrangements to advertise
the schedule of this company will please print
as bove and forward copies to G'enl. Passenger
For fuither information address
JOHN R. M ACMURDO,
Genl. Passenger Agent,
June b, 6 .Richmond, a.
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Carolina Central Railway
OFFICK GeXKRAL SlrKRISTEXIENT.
Wilmington, X. C. April 14, 1875. J
Change of Schedule,
On and after Fridy. April 16th, 1875, the
trains will run over this Railway as follows .
Leave Wilmington at 7.15 A M.
Arrive at Charlotte at 7. J5 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 7.00 A. il
Arrive in Wilmington at 7.00 P. II
Leavo Wilmington at 0.00 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at ..b.00 P M
Leave Charlotteat 0A M
Arrive in Wilmington at 6.00 A M
Leave Charlotte at .8.00 A M
Arrive at RnfFalo at ........12 M
Leave Buffalo at.. 12.3UPM
Arrive in Charlotte at.. 4.30 p jj
No Trains on Sunday eccept one freight train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 p. m., instead of
ou Saturday night.
Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington d
Weldon, aud Wilmington, Columbia!; Augusta
Railroads, Semi-weekly Xew York aud Tri
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the River Boats to Fayetteville.
ConnrcN at Charlotte with its Wei tern Di
.vision, North Carolina Railroad. Charlotte i
Statesvile Railroad, Charlotte fc Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia & Angusta Rail
road. Thus supplying the whole West, Nortbwet
and Southwest with a short and cheap line to
the Seaboard and Europe.
S. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
May 6. 1875. tf. a
Send 25c. !o G. P. ROW ELL &U0., New
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages.containing
liBts f 3,000 newspapers, and estimates show
ing cost of advertising. March 9, 76: ly.
Jastreeeived a fresh supply f Clover
Seed. Orchard Gnss, Bln Grass, Red Top
and Timothy, wnich I will seH cheap at
TO F ARM ERsj
MAKE YOUR O WN PERTl i
Or Home-Hade Pertilix
Yon can vrith these chemical. L..t i 1;
own Fertiliser at home, and ther j i5
the money paid for high-priced e,
Uano8 l ne cost is about .n t . TC1l
price of commercial fertilizers to l'
show hy the fdlowing certiticatM11
parties who have used chemicals
past three years, that the result T f U
greater and therefire more satigfart rA
Four hundred pounds of tK;.0r"H''
i j . lul CoibkJL
sown iintHucnJi over one acre will
you a double yield of wheat, and
dred pnnds per acre, uu.ler corn hi '
exactly threti fft each wan. win .t'W
busnelsja sneiied corn to the aCr ? "
. .' ..... ""i nt ti
Oueuorse in one year will DrodQc. W
manure, wich with the aid of or.reh "t
making it a concentrateil ulatlUfe
over twuty acres of laud. rli
These chiemcals should he longhtl ) N
gustauiTSepteniber fr wheat trp a, dA,:
Dec-mber to March for cottou au j f 'r?a ;
it reOHirs from thirtv't.. si,. i. . fD
he compost perfect
certificates from the
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Telegram from Charlotte. 1 1
Charlotte, N. C, June pi
To J. W. HARRIS.
Farmers highly pleased,
sands of tons this season.
WILSON & BLACK
York County, S. C, DecemW, I8T6,' :
Messrs. Wihon & lackGentlent'n'lv
have sold and used Hani' Empire UmnJi! ,
large quantities, and cheerfully say that Ut
given u greater satisfaction than ant nolt!
used. We intend to use it the enn,i,r
Yours truly, CA RROLL & C.VMpSIl
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Mecklenburg Couxty. 1876; I
J. W. Harris Dear Sir : take uA
in stating that I used your Empire tLmnw
this naxt season by the side nf r.il.u c..
p'ertilizers, and state that it bet all of tMuf '
a. j. MUQD, ;"
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Union County, N. G,, December, lg;
1 used this year two tuns of Harris' Emwrt
CorutKist, and am so well ple;ied with it llnV
consider the formula alone worth $100 to x -and
I shall use a double ouantiiv ili.n.,..'
son. The cheapness of it, and the generaLijil.
ity, makes it indispensable to farmers, in.
er-expect to use any other kind. f
Beaver Dam, Union County, N. Cjj -
November, IJTjj .
I certify that I have used Harris' EinpU t
Compost, and find it as good as the Xrt
under Cotton, at about one-fourth of the prfet.
One ton goes over ten acres. 'J
T. L. DOSTElt .''
Beaver DAf. Union County, NC, 187i
I certify that I have hsed H.arrii.' Eraprt
ComjKst, ami find that it paid me a well 5
any (Jiiitiio I have ever used under Cotton.! I
have used liahama, Navassa, Cari.Iiua, Zejr
Am. Acid Phospiiate, and tiud IlarrU' Effljan ,
Coin post equal, if not superior, to.anvuti jny
. ! - i
Kixo's M0UXTA15, X.f '.
Messrs. Wilmn C JilaekUenticme:, 't
ceriify lh.it we sold cheinieaU, bought of t
last season, for making IJariiV Empire Cola
pjst, ami take pleasure hi saying that lhT
hsve giveiient-ire satisfuciion to all that ban
used them, and all intend using large quali
ties of it this se.fori. The cheaimew oljit
makes it the most desirable Fertilizer uld. i
Yours, verv truly, I
MAUNEY BROS. & ROBEBTi
C A B A R R USCol' XTV , N. C 187j
We, the undersigned, have used Harr'w' As
pire Compost Jhe past tear, and take plt6rt
in saying thatjt is by far the best and cHeajaH
Fertilizer that we know of. e intend tot)
more largely this season. !l
F. A. ARCHIBALD, E. C. MORRTOl! ;
W M . L. SA PP. J ACOB BAKKIXUEK,
Dr.D. W.FLO W. ji
Clexcove, N. C, November 30,187$,;'
Thi is to ceriify that I have nsed fi
of the Harris Empire ComHst this vearj
tiud it equalfy as good if not betttr than 7
coiumercial Fertilizer I have used or iwtk
used, even at the cost of sixty dollar pr iV
making an increase of about 100 per ctnl. ,5
stubble lands. I expect to buy more UrfAj
nexiyear. F. A. ARCHIBALD.-
Pleasaxt Valley, Lancaster County, 8.C1
November. 18TJ; :
-Thisis lo certify thai I have used Hrp
Khipire Compost anil am very well plf
with it, as it not only prevents rut, hut tJ'
gootl as any tif l4e liirli prieed GuamA .r
cwt per ton making il the cheapest rertilatf
-old. j W.D.HAYATT;
Greexvii.le Coi xty, S. C, I87fc .
This is to certify that I used Harrii'
Compost last year on my land for Wheat, WjJ
though I did not give it a fair trial, aft-I
out one of the ingredients, but must y 4W
whirl' it wa nswt mv wheat was never WW
and wliere 1 did riot use it I find that it k W7
At f1.kAk I l:IiqII Hon Liir lima
I jtinsfJef the lorrnulainvaluableto nn
W. F. FE.
Mer. Wilson it Jiluck-Gentlmtnjj
gives me much pleasure to slate-that i
Conijioul liought of you lat Winter, and -f
say that I am highly pleased with it. fr
it on an old broom sedge lield that woiiU
duce nothing, and must say the resiihw
ishirig. t ilsl
I consider it nn invaluable, compos, ;
Mist the thing neeled to bring out " Vf
worn-out lauds. Yours, very resiecil,!-5
Dr. J. K.SM
Mecklexbck -i Co., N. C,&H
brother f .
a iaxe pleasure 111 HiaiinK - . .
mers all over the country -that I used,
Harris' Empire Compist, under boih corn
cotton, and the result was astonishing 10 1 1 '
neigh Urs. . . i IU
im. a rru of what Pf
t.-.i 1 : -. ; m t
been paying for courmercial kl'vfly
LE.i j -
tf r 1871.!
. . . .... , n..rJ fcJDP"T
Comost last year side by sile wiJ" " rjj
commercial fertilizers, and I find th1 ' JLut
from Harris' Compost was one-fot"" f ,
and the qnality letter than any. yrz.i
cotton rnatnre better, ahl, in my Jnfl
in preferable in every respect. The """
1 thfl pric of bign prices s-- x
EThMe Chemicals are fur 1 H "
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r?r- Airent wanted i the vrai w ,;
snips loosen iartu riguw- puvf33
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