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ATTEimiBLE NIGHT AT A THJSATKE.
Once when I was 5Uawr fcwliful cb, h
I took a plaiu tinsentitflintal urantry girl ,frf;f the arrent bjr CoL Thoa, B.
to a comedy one night. "I bad known her )Ug Special igent of the Postal Money
n day; she seemed diyinej I wprp by new prfer Department, located at Salisbury I
boots. At the end of the first Ijajf hour C.,4f one Patrick Joseph Murray' It
die iaid, .a,Vhy do you fldget; with your appears that Murray in December last
feet mV. I said, ?Diil I-the I put my geUt to the postmaster at Edgefield Court
attention there and kept atjHY At the House S. C a letter containing $3, re
end of another half hour she aid, Vhy quesitii $ hpti $o 'issue three postofljce
do-you ajVV'esVh yea r-andHa, toaV 'mowyWdera tor onp. dollar each, payable
ohvLCertalnly, very true!' toveryth"ing I to the Herald. - Suit, aud World of New
aay when half tho time these are entirely
irrevelaut qnwer'tw I brushed, and ex- duplicate letters of advice were forward
p hi fried- that I had been a" little absenj; tMi yew York.-VUeu next heard from
minded. At the end of another half hour
she said, 'Please, why do you gnu bo
steadfastly at vacancy, and yet look uo
aad explained that I always did that
when I was reflecting. r
;j An, hour parsed, aud then .she turnod
and contemplated , me with lien earnest
:.&'UtiMW&l&Why&'f6u cry all theaiJi Col.B. Long recei veil instruction to
time !-V I explained that very fauny I tUvestigate the maTferTand started imme-
cohicl'eslwajrwadencry. At last
JiuTTnfttur 8fl .rrVtr4e I eeretly
clipped toy-bootir off. This was n mis-
talre?-jls notable tget them on any
inre,-lt was a rainy night; there were
poiunibases going :inur way$ and as I
walkbome burning np with shame,
witulhTlrrron one' arm and' mf boots
under the other, I was an object worthy
of some compassion, especially in those
moments of martyrdom, when I had to
pass through the glare that fell upon the
iwvemeni iron inesireei lamps.
Finally, this child of the forest said,
- Where are your boots f and being taken
nnprepaifcd, I put a fitting finish to the
folliesof the evening with a stupid re-
niaik: -'The Jiigber class do not wear
them to the tlicntre." Mark TtWa'
JiandaiJi AoteSi , -V I
'"... s " j .'- - t?
Miss Cprinne Bouligny, a beauiful
young ladyof New Orleans, now ill Wash-
ington city, U saia to have all the inn si-1
cai qualities necessary to constitute her
the Malibran of the operatic stage. Au
enthusiastic, but competent, critic writes :
"Lam acquainted with mpst of the queens
of American opera, aud am free to say of
tins little woman that I have never seen
,so many social graces combined with so
much genius, both, qf voieo and of acting,
of expression and of art, as she presents.
If uothipg hajqie to her ehe will soon
be he pet of e, American public, and
?hiciaisl!C"tel P mle0f e geuial rac to
W nc 1 ie ongs.
JIENDKIX'OX THE PKESIDENTIAL
- ,f fraud:
CAccordamcicitkihe Demands of National
Justice- The Members Should Suffer Con-
f' T' ' ' '
Ixdiaxapous, Fob. 21. -At the con-
ventmn, ex-(,overnor Hendricks, in his
speech s4id: "One of the puisipa crimi-
"pals has been tried aud convicted. The
J'resiaeut and Johu Sherman says he
mom m been tried. Why not!
. His guilt, and that of others, is shown by
ihe verdict.' It is ahijrh crime arinst
the nation, and threatening the stnhiliiv
ofthe reo. institutions.. What are the
relations between tbe President, Mr.
Sheriuan and the accused that author-
Mze or permit an effort on their part to in-
flnnnmtL;.,,!: i i r.
fluenee the judicial proceedings ,n a Slate
court 1 . , , ; '
"After a long and terrible contest ' it is
; Bettled that the State elections and State
Legislatures must he free from military
w "' j
influence and control, feo also it must be will address his colored, friends on Thurs-
i understood that the President aud his day night. Theuee ho goes to Columbia,
cabinet cannot directly or indirectly in- S. G., where it is said theiegroes are pre-
fetate authority. State coursts must be
wholly free and iudependeot of federal
control, except whora the constitution and Nothing could be more tonchiug than"
jaws give to the federal jqdlciary an t ap- the tender solicitude which the powers of
, pellatp fcUpervi siou, UUtobe regretted Europe unite in expressiug for Christians
Jhat tlie acts developed upou the trial are of Constantinople. Great Britiau, accord-
pf such a characti'r as to create anxiety ingtoSir Sta fiend Northcote, has "not
pn tlie part af flm President or ay of his chauged its intentiou" to protect these
cabinet but they ciinnot a void the effect unfortunates with at least five of her
upon the pnblic mind of au exhibition of heaviest iron clads, Austria, also, propos-
Jheir antietylind of their unseeming de- es tq cqmeJto their rescue with a fleet in
punciation of the State authorities. Whilst the Dardanells. And now, Prince Gort-
it is true thitt tlu? title pf jMr, Iayes to sehakoff announces that this singular at-
the office .of President has been settled tack of Christian zeal awakens a response
jinder solemn forms nf la w and whilst it in the breast of Russia, and that, rather
js our duty, inT my judgment, to recog- than be outdone by her rivals iu this new
pize Ihc title bicaase & i to the interest crusade, the Russian Army shall imine-
f public siabiiity and tranquility to do diately occupy the works about tho city
fo, U is still none the less true that an and surround the much -protected Chria-
impenitibe.duty demands that condign thins with its benevolent Cossacks . and
punishnieut lpnd be visited upqn the cannon, It is only the hard-hearted Turk,
public criminals, through whose flagitious wlio, by refusing firmans to the English
crime thatjudgment was obtained. Be- and Austrians, allowing their approach to
asejudguent is final and conclusive the viciuity of the objects of their miselr
forms no i-eason why immunity abfkuld be fib affection, interferes with this beauti
ecnrSJ the criminal through whose ful display of hunianity. Meanwhile the
CJperjufy dwasH)faiint i!If tliis isCtrue "Christians" hajft iot been hcurd from.
ffa.pipe,4at- wadei in X.;T;Wme. - . ;
5rt of Jaw4 niueh mora i it tru of y
? the monroua crime agaiant $ha elective A ? of JJnu n lenness. A day or so
vereignty o a natiou The Fry fact since the police ari-ested a ruuken man
that it was EitoessfuJ fiynishe the srong- on the streets, and put Inm in the. guard -
l1-1 o4iin punishment homUijpon i'-geateh of his poeWeta fcing
4 ii1jrpefra.torslu)u1ia ovcr it villi
J7;IV!ilVmam WWato maifet to
M futuj 9npi.ratora agaiust tho ljber-
Ile!?,ihc.,,0.a danger of attempt-
ui.njl i& w?U4itjou
ys . ' -
The-Kaiflo ferd of Jiealth, Uelievr
rnS c4Jty vault cause diphtheiia
-jind other jllfli,, unaijimously recommend
ed, its demolition, and k Board it Al
(lei-men with the same unaujivilivjr.e-
It was a Freuchmau wio rc&arked of'
i blaclteyeladyiiiatlpt4cs:vere in ;
"moarty ug for A ta aiders they Lai om
in-the burning 'ot .firookiin
UeslrjCiiy-ef (ire escapes jbare lcen
, Invented. Eleven f tliee pKpved wortli
,.tt3sa4jp at the Utiv ach of the
vthcjf r 6ojncbody yrvi$ ej.ther killed or
COL THOS. B. LONG as a DETECTIVE.
r learn from the Columbia, S. C
YorkT The orders Were issaed, and the
the80 niouey orders were presented at the
vew York" iwstoffice by ' Mourn. , John
Campbell & Co., J dry goods merchants,
tle orders presented had been raised to
U$o each, pui the letters of advice .trily
jiqJ jlVeacb, nTlie - posiojBBcq ipe-i
fpartmeni at -Washington was notified,
ajately.to Aguta wlteThe VstrqcV.!
trail of If array ud followed him r to
Oraugeburg,V,baclc 1 to,! Cofumbia, agaui
here pertain goods were awaiting Mur-
ray The ' iorniug trahr-brought the
game, and shortly r aXterxinquiring at the
postoffice for mail, Murray was arrested
by the indefatigable officer, taken before
the United States Commissioner for ex
amjtfation, and in default of $2,000 bail
was locked up. lie is a fine looking man,
and hails from .the West, where lie is
gaid to have been at the head of a gsxng
of tlieiveson the Mississippi river. Great
credit, is ilne to Col. Long for the admir-
a,ie manner iirwhicli he developed the
facts, and fastened the guilt upon Mur
ray, who was pursued by him with sleep-
less vigilance until the game was safely
jbaggedt His etficiency as an offico of the
postal department has been made more
apparent than ever. Aud his anxiety to
protect the money order system deserves
the warmest praise.
J TWn.- Joshua ftibbs'tsn.. of Lin
villef wLo by the way is oue of our
citkens, found that some one bad been
taken corn from his crib which had two
holes large enough to admit a man's hand,
Ue CjJled the atteution of a fellow who
was over at ,lis hoase to the depredation
ana asked him to help set a tnip to catch
the tlfief. The two got out a huge steel
trap and set it beside the hole which
seemed to have , been used, l-einarking
they "would get him (the thief) if he came
back again." After the visitor left, Gibbs
went out to the crip and moved the trap
to the other hole. The next inoruing
Esquire Gibbs found, his assistant hard
i .' 4i , T 1 1 i- 1
aud fost m tho trap! Josbua Sood klud
hearted man as he is took, the fellow out
gavx him all he iould eat and sent him
"It Korf KerUna W(ifjer--Our Whip-
. P""J 1 9f mtU Gfr,J,a'
0ur low cWzen Sthephen McCorkle,
c010161' who proclaimed the benencence
of t,,e whipping post to the darkies of
this city about two weeks ago, is still at
it in Georgia. The Atlanta Constitution
of Wednesday, says :i-
Tu,e colored apostle of the whipping
post had anotlierjiudience out at the ciH
i.all last night, to whom he preached the
plejisures of the post and agonies of the
chain-gang. His audience pretty generaly
agreed with him and he believes thait a
gr Wnu ln been started by him.
Ma nMA iuii darn r i nnriikif'i ii'liaivt Iwi
made, the urnof $27 ,waa foumU At
night lie was, reloaaeoV biit ' the very next
day wak arainirrWted for the-same of-
fence. When hia ierson was searched
tll1g tilne not a cet wag fonnd. Thu8 in
a few hours ha had lost, as he afterwards
said, every dollar he had in the world.
THE STREAM TO THE MILL.
"I notice," said the stream to the mill,
'that yon grind beans as well as and as
cheerfully as fine wheat." ''Certainly,"
clacked the mill; "what am I for but to
griudf and so long as I work, what does
it wgmfy o me what the work is! My
bnwqegs is io serve m y Hnaster,' and t am
not a w I gjb . moe useful when I turn
out fine tAouf -than when I make the
coarsest meal. My honor is wot in doing
fiue wwk.sbut ia .performing any that
coruea as veil as'vIean.n That is just
wiiateyery person ought todo- rdo what
ever umcs in his war 118 weH as possible.
.and those who act so. ,ae sure to please
The proposed amendments to the Lou-
siana Constitution passed the Senate with
but one dissenting vote. ; - ' ,
CTlie railrbada leadiugout .'of Atlanta
are asked to give three car eachO ; con
vey to Washington, Georgia exhibit for
the Paris exposition; " " ; ' ;
North rrolina sends peaouts tdT Italyil
where they are feu to young lauica auoup i
to make theiMUeai rst $qpera. siugera.
The oil of peannt greases tho high notes.
"Reaching after the nnattainablen A
maafeelini! nn under the-back of his vest
fox the end f of a parted , suspender--?-
Burlinaton Jiaickeijt. . r .
: A Georgia anan proposes to ' eat thirty.
geese in thirty days. ' They say his ap
petite is as big as the inside of a North
Carolina iobacco f tfkoril2? ."'' ' " J f ,
has been nx'sentea with a, ripe
one of the thirty that are on tho tree
which has been in bloom tho entire sea-
-Tno Atlanta,wffif4tt says, that the
voiee oTltobert .Toonis Js worth ; move
votes to-day to any cause in Georgia than
that of nny other man within its bor
. The Virgiuia House of Delegates has
fixed the pay of its members at $300 for
a session, and Si SO for an extra session
The presiding officers of the two houses
are to receive $G00 each
It is urged in Louisiana that the 17
amendments to the Constiiution of that
State proposed in the Legislature, would
Rave about $300,000 yearly, while a eou
ventionAvould cost at least $300,000.
Let no man presume that he can see
prospectively into the ways of Provi
dence. His part is to eomtemplat them
iu the past and trust iu them for the fu
ture; but so trusting, to act always upon
motives of human prudence, directed by
Tennessee will not only send a large dis
play of her products to the Paris Exposi
tion, but . will have 10,000 pamphlets
printed in French and German, ami con
taining such information about the State
as immigrants will desire.
An exchange says the silver dollar is a
burden and a nuisance. It is, is it1 Well,
then, iust cast your burdens upon us
We haven't manv of our own toln-arjust
at present; that is of that -kind. Phila
Last week, 500 gallons of whiskey and
2 stills were captured in Wilkes county
a quantity of whiskey seized, and several
persons arrested. The way of transgres
sors is hard. Hotter regard the law.
That is the better method to light Judgt'
Dick and the Iluvenuers.
According to the Lexington (Ky.)
Press, it .is almost the universal wish of
the white people of that section of tin
State, that 'the whipping-post should be
re-established, and t lie more thoughtful
and respectable portion of the colored
people agree with them that this is the
most effectual and humane punishment
for larceny and some classes of misde
HER OWN WORDS.
Baltimoke, Mb., Feb. 13, IS".
Mb. II. R. Stevens,
Uettr Sir, isinco several years i nave pot a sore
ana very p:itnrul root. I iiaa some physicians, nut
mey couwna cure me. ,uiv i nave iieara oi your
Vkgetisk from a lady who was tslek (or a lonsr time.
and oeeame all wen iroin your wjktine, aua
went and bong-lit me one bottle or kgktise; ana
after 1 aad used one Dottle, tne pains lert me, anu it
bejran to heal, aud then 1 bought one other bottle.
and so 1 take tt yet. I thank God lor this remedy
and yourselr; and wishing- every sufferer may pay
attention to it. it is a messing ior neaiin.
Mrs. C. KHABE, te est Baltimore Street.
Safe ant) Sure.
Mb. H. R. Stevens :
In 18Ti your Vkoetinb was rectmmended to me:
and yielding to the persuasions of a friend, I consent
ed to try it. At the time I was suffering from gen
eral demuty aud nervous prostration, superinduced
by overwork and irmrular habits. Us wonderful
strenjrtheuins and curative properties seemed to af
feet my deotiiated system from the nrst dose; and
under Us persistent use I rapidly recovered, gaining
more than usual health and good leellng. Since then
I have not hesitated to give Veoetine my most un-
quanuea inaorsomenr as DPinsra sare, sure ana pow
erful agent in promoting health and restoring the
wasted system in new uie una energy. kgetink is
the only medicine I use, and as long as I Uve I never
expect to and a oetter.
Yours truly, w h ilakk,
120 Monterey street, Alleghany, Penn.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE.
1J. R. Stevens,
itear ,sr, i nis is to eertliy tnar I have used your
"isiooa ereparauon" in my raniuy ror several years.
and think that for Scrofula or cankerous Humors or
Rheumatic affections it cannot be excelled: and as a
blood purliier and spring medicine it Is the best thing
i nave ever usea, ana l nave used almost even ming.
I can cheerfully recommend it to any one In need of
sucn a mecucme.
; A. A. DINSMOKE, 1 Russell Street,
WHAT IS NEEDED.
' ' Boston! Feb. 1
U.K. Stevens. Eso.
liear sir, About one year since I found myself In
a. feeble condition from general debiUty. Vmetine
was strongly recomjiienaea io me Dy a mend wiio
had been much beneiltte4 by tts use. I procured the
article, and, after using neveral bottles, was restor
ed to health, and discontinued its use. I feel, quite
confident that there is no medicine superior to it tor
those complaints for which it is curieelallv nreuar-
ed, anl would cheerfully recouuneBd it to those who
leei w? neoa eometning to restore them to
pei ieci. ueaiia.
RespesttuUy yours, , U. U PKTTENGILL,
A ! i Firm of S. Mv PettenglU Co..
' No.1 State St., Boston
AU HAVE OBTAINED RELIEF.
South Berwick, Me., Jan. 17, 1872.
n. R. Stetsns. Jfeo. .. j- .
for the last ten years, and have taken hundreds of
dollars worth of medicine wUfaout obtaining anv
reUef. In September last I commenced taking the
Vkgetine, since which time uxy health has steadily
Improved. My food digests well, and I taaTe gained
fifteen pounds of fies. There are several others In
this place taking Vhoethse, and aU have obtained
Yours trnlv. TOOMA8 K. 'MOORE.
Overseer of Card Room, Portsmouth Col's KiUs
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass
IVegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
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ical for nale. Agent wanted for right and
chemicals in Davie Countv.
. .J. II. ENNIS3, Drnggret,
Salisbury, N. C.
The Crrcat Ho? Fatteaier.
Just received, a few bushels of Spanish Chufa,
for Hog raiding. Yoit can on an acre of your
poor land raise one hand red bimhelfl to the acre
with ease and thereby gave so much corn.
At ENNISS' Drug Store.
GERMAN GOLDEN MILLET.
Two crops in one year. .
KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS.
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adddress, past tid, on receipt of fix cents or
Artdres the rulilislier,
THE CTJLVERWELL MEDICAL CO-
41 Ann St, New York; Post Office box, 45SG.
People are get ting acquainted nd thOM who
are not ought to be with tho wonderful merit of
that great American Remedy, the
FOB HAN AND BEAST.
This liniment very naturally originated la Ameri
ca, where Kature provides In her laboratory such
surprising antidotes for tho maladies of her chll
dren. Its fame has been spreading for 35 years,
until now it encircles the liabltable globe.
Tlia Jlcxlcan - Iu. tans Liniment is a matchless
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To Rtock owners end farmers it is Invaluable.
A single bottle often saves a human life or re
stores the usefulness of an excellent horse, ox,
cow, or .sheep.
It curc3 foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow horn, grub,
screw-worm, hhoulder-rot, mange, the bites and
stings of poisonous reptiles nnd insects, and every
such drawback tf stock breeding and bush life.
It cures every external trouble of horses, suck
as lameness, scratches, swinny, sprains, founder,
wind-gall, rtng-bono, etc., etc.
The Mexican Xustnug I.Inlment Is the quietest
cure in the world for r.ccldents occurring in the
family, in the absence of a physician, such as
burns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma
tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par
ticularly Valuable to Jlinors.
It Is the cheapest remedy in the world, for It
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and a single
replication is generally sufficient to cure.
Mexican Mustang Liniment is put up in three
.scs of bottles, the larger ones being propoatiea-
Tdy much tW cheapest. Sold everywhere.
STOP AT THE
BO YD EN HOUSE,
SALISBURY, N. C,
C. S. BROWN, Prop'r.
(Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)
AT HOME AGAIN.
Ilavins leased thi house for a term ofrears,
I would he pleased to have mv friends call and
we me. It will he kept a? a'' FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL IX EVERY RESPECT.
Board: Two Dollars Per Day.
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C. S. BROWN, Jr. )
L. W. MASTEN, Clerkf
' January, ists. ji:tf,
EUGENE L. HARRIS,
ttriisl in Crayon,
Chapel Hill, N. G.
in the most finished tyje of crayon drawing
11x14 inches, $7.00. 14x17 inches, $13.00
18x22 inches, $20.00.
Above prices include a fine, frame for each
Send for circular. s ol:
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Call on the undersigned at Uo 2, Granite
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, N. 0., June S tt.
TIME TABLE WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
To take effect June 12d, 1877.
STATIONS. Arrive, j Leavf.
Salisbury j8 55 A. M.
Third Creek 9 04 A.M. U 45 "
Slatesville lo lii) " 10 35 "
Plotts... 11 07 " 11 07 "
Catawba U 27 " 111 30 4
Newton 12 18 P. M. 12 20 P. M.
Canova 12 38 " il2 38 "
Hickory 1 05 44 ! 1 25 44
I card 2 05 44 j 2 10 44
Morganton. 2 50 44 i 2 53 "
Bridgewater 3 37 ! 3 40 P. M.
Marion . 4 25 44 ' 4 30 44
Old Fort 5 is 4 i 5 20 "
Henry ; 5 30 "
Hi b'gewau r... .
" br(To A . M
7 10 4'
7 55 "
fi 12 A.
. 7 07
; 9 10
" ' 9 52
" 10 23
" 10 37
4 II 3 -,
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M. 12 52
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And I am happy to say that I have the heat
selected Rtock of
STAPLE AND E.VNCY DRY GOODS
I have ever offered in this market; nnd can
sell them lower than ever known before
Black Alpaca, 2o to 45cts. per yard; 4-4 Sheet
ing? ct.; Flanntla, 20 to 30 cts.; and bargain
in pant goods; bargains in every department.
ClotMm! Clotlini dotkiic
In this line I can offer great inducements,
and can say to my customers that they can save
25 per cent, by calling on me before buying
A full line of Hats, Root?, Shoes, Crockery,
Groceries, &c, and I expect to continue the
ROOT AND HERB BUSINESS
as heretofore. Call and see.
THOS. H. VAHDERFORO'S
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY STORE.
Gentlemeii ani Laiies' Fine Wort a
Having engraged the services ot a first class work
man, w e are prepared to turn out the finest and best
styles of city-made goods, and at prices to suit the
times, constantly on hand aa assorted Mock ot
! superior material. Call and examine our work.
1 Satisfaction guaranteed.
J Salisbury, Feb. 14, 1S7S. Sc. 17f.
! I ! 1 1
ORDERS FOR PRINTING FROM
Responsible persons, or on cash remittances, shall receive r
SB PROHPT Mm GAHEFOt ATTENTIOfL g
COURT AND JUSTICES'
PRICES STRICTLY LOW.
$ V v t: $ v - 'l' iJ v f v ' V v v f
Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' Deeds, Sheriffs
eds, Clmttle Mortfiages. Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificates,
Distillers' Entries, arfu various other
"S 4j.Ua j.f
STOCK RAISERS :
auvis-. to call at this office for humlbills k advertise tiicir stt4v horses. -tVc ait i.-
pn'i.aivd to 1111 orders on llo;t n.4i,c at from "upward, according to size, stylct and , .
miiv.lier. We arc also well prepared to furnish advertisements for "
The owners of fine ?tofk have always found it indispensable to publish a description
and pedigree, :ue. U -rms, Ac, of the animals offered to the public, and the necessity ot
it will become more imjwritivt. as the spirit of improvement increases.
Administrators, executors, commissioners, sheriffs, constable;, agents, are adviml t
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice 'to owners to. put up
their property at public. auction without that giving ample notice of the sale. The re
quirements of the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient. Projerty i
oiten sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in advertising might have
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices promptly nnd cheaji. j
NOTICES "CP. PCSTIITS PSI2TT3D. I
CARDS, Posters, all kinds,
DR. RICHARD H. LEWIS,
(Late Professor of Diseases of the Kye anl Ear
in the avaiiiiah Medical College.)
Practice IitBiitcfS to the
RALEIGH, N. C.
KcltTf to the State Medieal Society and
to the Georgia Medical Society.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
. WAGON ACGMttfflAlIJHr
I have Qtted up an Omnibus and Ba;g:!ge
Wagon which are always ready to convey per
sons to or from the depot, to and from parties,
weddmgsz&c. Leave order nl Mannicn House
or at my Livery & Sale Stable, Fisher street
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. BRINOLE-
Aug. 19. tf.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUliSC HIRE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
BLANKS KEPT ON HAND.
SALISBURY, N. C.
lorms tor sale at tlie
.,- -T" Jr
GET THE BEST.
The Raleiah News.
DAILY, one year,
WEEKLY, one year, -
TScnd Postal Card for -Sample CP.T'
Address- THE BALEIGS NEWS,
TMier ail Heiersoi,
SALISBURY, N- e
. .Tanuay2 1876 tt.
SALISBURY,- X. .
V44tnlso attend to the caUine f JjJJ'
i. the coiir.try for Administrators', l'-'".
and others. Terms to suit the limes. -