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U SEPTEBER 18.
CORN 70 a 72.
COTTON 18 a 20.
ELOIlR 3.00 n 3.50.. ,
3!EALrr75 a 80. -I'i ,-A r
1 POTATOES Irish,37J a40 Sweet, 50
BACON (countrv) 1215-hog round.
IIIClvENS-)f t.50 a f3 per daz.
LA Hi) 12 ! !
FEATHERS new, 50. -TALIiOTV-lt)al2.
BUTTER a 20. , v
P1UEU jF HUIT
Peaches, impeded, J
I 4o , .peeled, Wt$12i
3&6 pr. lb
Register of deeds. bit. u. j.
a s : WW .T
Woodaon waa on last Monday elected by
the county Couiraipaioners, Register of
Deeds, vice Obadiah Woodeon, Lis father,
DKA-ttf o Dit. G. 13. Poulson. This
gentleman for several years a druggist in
this place died at the residence of bis
wife's father in this city last; Monday
ereniog;. lie was onmauy irom ionoiK,
V. lie leaves a wife and 2 children.
1 The American Stock Journal
The 1'uUisbcrs of this valuable Agricul
tural Journal, offer to send the remaining
numbers of this year free to ail neic sub
scribers for 1S73, thus giveing over 500
pages of valuable reading matter, illuslra
tfd tvitUj numerous' engravings, for $1.00.
fiiwpk copies free. Address N. P. BOY;
ER & Co., Pakesbarg, Chester Go, Pa.
Cape Fear Agricultural Associa
tion. The fair of this Association will
begin on the 12th of November and con
tihue four days. We have received the
preroiuioMist and it is fully equal ta any
j we liayo yet received this year. j The fairs
of thjs association have been unusually
successful, and we have no doubt, judging
from the handsome premium list and the
arrangements which have been made for
that the exhibition to take place
stated, will prove a real success.
A Pry or will deliver the
Col. Vi. lj. Saunders hasjjone toJriit.
trills. . He is one of the rifost vigorous wri
ters in ihjo fc'tate, and we are glad to learn
that he Av
II soon beassociated pMmanently
. Englehard in the editing of the
ly concur in the opinion above
We know of no pan in the
State so Capable of adorning the editorial
profession, and no one whom we can give
more earneet welcome. Wei congratoi
late Mhji Kivgelhardon his good fortune
in procu ing the services and association
ot a genlienian so eminently worthy
Fair. Don't forget lour Fair
jegins on the 8th of Octobor. Re
that it is no itvdividual icnterprize,
. but an ajssociation in the success of which
all our citizens are equally interested. It
was organized for the purpose of encourag
iog home enterprise and building up home
industries. In order to accomplish these
.worthy, prime objects, it is necessary that
we all should take an active interest in it.
We hope to see large numbers of persons
: here during Fair-Week, and every possi
ble arrangement should be made to please
,them. The moFC the better. Let us all
then st ri veto see how many we can get to
tome, j Let us take a pride in the Asso
ciation and do what wemay to contribute
to its success. The Town and county,
lind tho individual citizens thereof, will be
. bencfi:ed if we can make it sufficiently
Successful to insure its annual repetition
at 'this! place
Come to the Fair, every
The Fall Tcm of the Courts of the 8th
Judicial Djstrict1 will be held, commcne
jug Hi tollows ;
. Rustic Speekino. The Presidential
. electors, F. B. McDtwelland J. G. Ram
i wy, Yl address the people at the follow-
timesiand d aces : - ' !
Vilkkboro, Wilkes co
T Thursday, '
Trap IliiU. , Wilkes;
Dolm n, Surry
Wt. Aliry. '
papers in 7th ongresyioqal District
requested to copy.
s .. - . - ASM-
aen koi, attempted a rape last Saturday
uPuU uiue gin ger, year f age, the
f; daughter of W. F. Pride, who resides
I Srar ?P,!l"gfitldt Robeson county, Tetin.
a ue eprcams oi .me child caused other
cuiiaren to go to her assistance, when
I Dardcn abandoned hisi purncse nA .
" j. i ,,rar r. i'ride we
alter him with a donble-barreled shot gu
drove him io thepot where the rape w
iiempted and gave him the choice of
m ,an5,DS or shooting. He chose
Wttiormer.and was swung tip, thus ex
k1Uting his offence' where it was commit
. ted. ' i . - i "
ThV Gorernment haj a first morteaEre
on the Unioa Pacific Railrotd to secure
the bonds issued in its aid. The creed v
speculators in control of the road wanted
the Government to give np this ample
security and take a second mortgage, and
they went to woric to gei-Uongress to
assent to this exchange and they jue
ceedexJ. How was this robbery effected
They gave to leading members f both
houses 2,000 and 3,000 share. of slock
each, and the little job was toon 4put
through, lhe list includes TJoutwell.
Colfax, Blaine, Wilson, Patterson, Dawes,
Bingham, liartxeld and others- The
evidence shows clearly that this stock
was the' price of the treachery of these
men to the public interest, and not oue of
them has risen to explain or deuy the
damning charge. . . . ;
Here comes a new use for the forged
franks from the Grant committeef They
send out a package of 50 or 100 speeches,
and the envelops franked in blank. One
of these packages sent down to North
Carolina falls into the hands of a man
who thinks it more useful to nee the franks
for his own interests than for those of
Grant. Consequently he bestows the
r peeches upon the waste paper dealer,
and employs the envelops for his private
correspondence, some of them having
made the return trip to the New York
Poat-Office nuder the pleasant frank of
U. laye, M. (J.
There is a custom house at Alexandria,
Va., near V ashington, and it has five
officers attached, vizj a Collector, Deputy
collector, two inspectors, and a janitor.
These officers are paid salaries amounting
to 354,yyi. And how much revenue does
the reader suppose is collected by this
corps of well paid officials ? Why, lees
than $1,000 a rear ! The whole amount
of foreign imports at that port last year
was but $12 000, the duties on which
weie not over $1,000, probably. A little
civil service reform there would be well,
but it would diminish the patronage need
ed to pen lion needy relatives and fawning
Tho Grant press are saving the Demo
crats a great deal of trouble by their
strictures on Greeley Tbev insist that
he was opposed to the civil war; that be
tried to have the dificulty honorably set
tied ; that for forty years he has "been
more than half Democrat ;" and now
inck Dana, of Boston, in a letter intead
ed to iiifluence colored voters against Mr
Greeley, iusists that Greeley never m&s
au abolitionist ! They will soon tell us
that he was a Confederate General, and a
Of the Grant electors from Illinois in
ICfO i.HJ ; 1 -ii is
ouo, me lounwing nave aeciaredi tor
Greeley, and Brown : Gustavus Kot-rner
Jas. McCoy, Tbos. G. Frost, Samuel C
r.. 1 rU TA o rui-
aim uvuu . oirong. x nose ih
voring Giant are Stephen A. Hulburt,
U. b. Minister to Bogota; Thoe. B
Henderson, Collector of Internal Revenue
Jos. O. Glover. U S. District Attorney
Southern District of Illinois ; Damond G.
Prumectiff aud Dan'l W. Muun.'U. S.
Orleans county, N. Y., is stated by a
correspondent to contain 5Q0 Liberal, Re-
pubheana, three towns being yet i:n can
vassed. The most prominent of these is
the Hotk Edwin R. Reynolds, Grant
elector, in '68 and formerly Judge of the
county. iJie indications are since tho
dispersion of the Louisville convention
tliat Mr. Greeley will receive a larger
Democratic vote than Seymour in '68.
It said to be now certain that Gov.
Curtin of Pennsylvania, late Minister to
Russia, is for Greeley, and his influence
in Pennsylvania will make that State
doubly sure for Greeley and Brown. The
Grantites did their best to seduee Litxi to
their side, but all in vain. As soon as
his health will permit be will make the
Cameron ring shake in their boots, for
the great war Governor will take: the
stump and address the people in every
section of his State.
lhe Indianapolis Sentinel ava the
anti-Greeley address, circulated broadcast
in the Wes purporting to have emana
ted from a Democratic committee io? In
diana, was inthe handwriting of W. R.
Hollo way, the Grant postmaster of In
dianapolis, and the brother-in-law of
Senator Oliver P. . Morton, and that it
was sent to the Associated press by the
telegraph operator at Indianapolis at the
written request ot liolloway.
A poll of the actual voters on board the
steamship Adriatic, taken in mid-ocean
while western bound, showed that the
two parties would be re-enforced by the
arrival of the ship, as follows : Greeley,
07 ; U rant, 38.
The foIlowingi)romfnent colored men
of the State of Maryland have announced
their determination to support Greeley
and Brown : Charles Howard, Cornelius
A. Thomas, Henry Jones, Thomas Shor?-
ter, Ym- U. Smith, Geo. H. Siddons,
James Hamroood, Augnstua Blaekstone,
-eremiab llarded, Phillip Williams
Henry Raynor, Josiah B. Dean, Charles
F. Loder, Joseph Cole, Thomas Sorrell,
. . - - -
John 1. Brown and John Robinson.
The murderer of sixteen persons, by
name Tom Clark, wirh two others, was
taken from thejailatFlorance, Alabamma
a few nights ago, and hanged until dead.
The people were very greatly exasperated
against them, and lhe ladies sked
the authorities to have the bodies buried
outside of the cemetery. The communi
ty is not lawless, but was driven to Buch
extreme measures by reason of the diabol
ical character or the murderers. -
Eight Children .at'a Birth. On
the 2 1st of August, Mrs. Timothy Brad
lee, of Trumbull county, Ohio, gave birth
to eight children three boys and five
girsv 1 hey are living, and are healthy
but quite small; Mr. Bradlee was mar
ried sx years ago to Eunice Mowery, who
weighed twd hundred and- seventy-three
pounds on the day 'of her marriage. She
h as JgfVen Jbirth to two pair of twins and
now eight mort-, making twelve children
in six years Mrs-Bradlee was a triplet
her mother and father both being twins
nfl er grandmother of twe rir of twins
NATIONAL COLORED LIBERAL
v -y r CONVECTION
There is to be 1 grand" ConrentfQn. of
the ; colored men of the United States,
friendly to the Liberal movement, at Loui
yill Ky, ! the J5th lost. All colored
men, friendly to the movement, are invit
to be present. All commnnications should
be addressed to Wm, U. Chambers, No.
7J West Washington street, Indianapolis,
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Jwand Tar Factory. Mr. Sam'l Tay
lor just-put! in operation near the City a
r actory for; making J ugs, Jar and vessels
of clay of that sort. He haa purchased
new1 machinery and will turn out some
nice work. i Send your orders in jugs,
delph ware,1 &c. -Charlotte Democrat.
I New York, September 7.
Specie shipments today amount to one
and an eighth millions. Shipments for the
week, three-eighths of a million. The
Bank statement shows that loans have
decreased one and one-eighth rrillion ;
specie decreased two and seven eighths
millions ; legal tenders decreased three
fourths of a million : deposits decreased
five and oue-balf millions.
Many Persons are continually com
plaining of bad luck, when ill-fortune is
nothing more than their own want of en
ergy aud perseverance. Bad luck is sim
ply fa man with lira hands in his pocket
and a pipe in his mouth, looking on to see
how it will come out. Good luck is
man with his shirt sleeves rolled up and
working with a will to make it come
The Emperors. William I., King of
Prussia and Emperor of Germany, whs
born March 22, 1797, and is consequent
ly i)i his seventy sixth year. Alexander
11.,'Emperbr of the Russians, was born
April 29 1818, and was fifty-four years
of age at; bis last! birthday. Francis
Joseph Charles, Emporor of Austria, was
born August 18, 1830, and if he lives to
?ee next Ajugist, he will be forty-three
years old. j These three sovereigns have
just had a meeting in Berlin, the object
ot which is a mystery to the public,
Sickness jn Chester. We regret to
say? that there is no abatement in the
amount of sickness reported from all sec
tions of the county. Nothing like it has
ever been known here before. Chills and
fever, bilious fever and diptheria are the
prevailing diseases. In several families
two and three, and in one case four,
deaths occured. -Chester Reporter.
JUDGE CHASE'S POSITION.
Judge Chase has written a letter to a
gentleman jn Cleavvland, Ohiot in weich
he says : "I make no secret of my convic
tion that the highest interest of our coun
try require the election of Mr. Greeley or
of my intention to vote for him. Every
thing and more l than could be hoped
from me may be expected from Mr
The Doctors are having their banc's
till this summer, some of them ride night
and day. f,oui.bnrg has suffered as liitle
as any portion of the county. Louisville
VALUABLE ill NTS,
A regularihabit of boly is absolutely es
sential to physical health and clearness of
nteillect. Nor is this all. Beauty of person
cannot co-estist with an unnatural condition
of the-boweljs. A free passaere of th refuse
matter of the system throairh these natural
waste pipes,! is as necessary to the purity
of the body is free passage of the offal of a
eity through; its jseweis is necessary to the
lealth of its inhabitants.
Indigestion is the primary cause of most of
the diseases of the discharging' ortraus, and
one its most; common results is coustiiMiMuo.
i ais nompiaini, uesiues being dangerous lt
itse)f has mauy disagreeable concomitants
such as an uupletisaut breath, a&illow skin,
containinatiiig blood anvl bile, hemorrhoids.
headache, loss of memory, aud general de
bility! Hostetter's Stomach Bitters remove all
evils by removing their immediate cause in
digestive organs, and regulating the action
of the lutestiue; The combination of pro
perues iu uns celebrated preparation is one
t its chief merits. It is not nierHv a stiiiiu
lant or a tonic. r an antihiiicus ageut, or
a nerviue, ir a bbwd depurent, or a cathartic,
but all; these curative elements judiciously
blended in ou powerful restorative. It
lend activity and vigor to the inert and en
ervated stomach, relieves the ailmentary
canal of its obstructions, and gives loneto the
membrane whica hues it, geutlv stimulates
the liver, braces the nerv, and cheer the
animal spirits, j No other remedy possesses
such a variety of hygienic vtaues. It is to
thesej characterfetic virtp that it owes its
prestige as a household md;cine. Exper
ience has proved tbat it is as harmless as it
is efficacious, and hence it is as popular with
the weaker sex jus with the stronger.
Hostetters Stomach Bitters are sold in
bottles only,! and the tra?e-unrk blown in
the glass engraved on the lab?1 i? the teste
genuineness, lieware of counterfeits.
Bottles Pull Of Beauty. Ladies, if you
wouiu nav beauty by me botlle-fuH. all vou
have to do is to purchase Hagan's Magnolia
Balm. That' f eerless beautifier of lhe com
plexion not only heightens natural charm", but
renders even jthe plainest countenance exctet
ingly attractive It recalls to the pallid (he
in e rosy tinge; oi liealth, removes innintep
blotches, ronglmeps, Mllowncsn and other blem
ishes, aud imparts to the fkin a mont delicate
fairness and softnesB. Itsmootha the furrows
caused by time or care, and gives face, neck
and arms lhe plump and engaging appearance
of youthful beauty. All this is accomplished
by the mot natural means, viz : by gently and
naturally stimulating the circulation in the
capillary blood vessels. Besides being the
most effectual aid to beauty knowu to modern
PIMPLES,iERUPTIOXS, HOUGH SKIS
The systtro being put under the influence of
ur. llerce'a golden Jdedical Diseoverv for a
few weeks, the sUin becomes smooth, clear,
son and velvety, and being illuminated wuh
the glor ot perfect health from within, true
beauty stands! forth in all its glory. Nothing
ever presented to the public as a beautiher t
the complexion ever gave such satisfaction for
this purpose as this Discovery. The effects of
all medicines which operate upon the system
through the medium of the blood are necessan
ty somewhat slow, no matter how good the rem
edy employed. While one to three bottles
clear the skm of pimples, blotches, eruptions,
yellow spoisL comedones or "grubs." a dozen
may possibly be required to cure some cases
wnere tne system is rotten with scrofulous or
virulent blood poisons. The cure of all these
diseases, however, from the common pimple to
tne worst scrofula, is with the use of thi most
potent agent, only a matter of time. Sold by
aiij aroggutt,; ; L ;
In a paragraph on vacations ahe CArii
tian Unions says: ; It sti iks us that socio
j 10 bu m i iiucu luat ic American TotMig
lady has a pretty easy lime of It, com
pared with her brother 'V ? - ti?
WS-tJ.fl-'--' i-t"-'-" -"" - " " " "
At Ills ridnrA npor fhta tAnrt.' A-
- " f"-v- VM .MO
evening of the 11th instant, Mr. OBADIAH
WOODSON, in the 57th year of his life,
The deceased was a man of marked char?
acter. He was, perhaps, the most popular
man in the county, lie had political, but it
is believed, not a personal enemy anywhere.
He was conscientiously and carefully up
right in all the relations 6F life. The writer
was intimately acquainted with him from
1826, his tenth yearto-the day of his death.
When a boy, he vwas truetarnest, prompt,
generous, candidfcand brave.' He was intel
ligent, sympathetic, and good; and his after
life, mellowed bran early profession of Chris
tianity, was a living illustration of the boy.
He had many and sore trials through those
46 or 47 years. His health, even when most
bouyant, and he most cheerful, ever seemed
doubtful quivering on a balance. He was
often sick scarcely ever right .well; but
who ever saw liim despondent I moping in
a deep dark valley, and despairing! No
one. He was habituAlly cheerful. Xo mat
ter how heavy the burden laid upon him, he
would staggerunder it, and tear it aloag,
so confident in hope that he could even afford
to be cheerful ; iinll though both hands were
full vjet he could strangely help others who
needed it. Itwas thus with him when disease
and burdens conspired with poverty to crush
Jiim ; and just when these enemies Fcemcd
jmost likely to triumph when the day. was
ciai Kest tnere came a little rent iu the black
c'loud which overhung him. Tho pleasant,
promising light -hown down upon him. 'But '
did he exult in it ! Xo."' Just then he had
an engagement, how ever inadequate to the
requirements of a large and growing family,
and an engagement with him was regarded
as a sacred thing. Ilia word was as good as
any bond could be made. He was getting
a dollar a day, and he would not look at the
ofTer of five dollars a day until his employ
er would cheerfully consent to release him.
A Etnall incident, to-be-sure; but he who
inows most about it, values it as a fadeless
testimonial to a character as spotleos as men
attain to it in this life.
But the writer mav not obtrude upon the
public his esteem of the character of a per
sonal friend. The public character of the
deceased i known to almost every citizen
in the county. He filled various public
offices, both In-fore and since the war, the gift
of the people, with the same uniform and
admirable success. He was a faithfuk accu
rate, and obliging officer. He was as incor
ruptible in office as in private life. The peo
ple knew all this, and heartily gave himvv
cry thing he aked for. He was Register of
Deeds at the time of his death; and on lv
the dav before that sad event, was busily at
work in his office, though so unwell as to be
scarcely able to, sit at the desk. He remained
there until 11 o'clock, a. m., when exhausted
nature admonished him to surrender. Then,
calling in Mr. T. G. Haughton, he described
to him the progress made on the work in
hand, and what remained to be done, and
painfully wended his way homeward, refus
ing assistance kindly tendered hiro? even to
the last Inuring his burden alone.
The d;C:sed was a member of the Presby
terian church. He left a numerous familv,
the members of w'hich fitly represent a fath
er ot sterling virtue.
Now he leeis." Weeps! Xav, rather
ivCs! a new life's begun, unburdened of
the flesh. He lives a glorious life in a high
er,, more glorious sphere; and thither may
his friends turn the eyes of their mind when
the question comes up " Where is he J"
All pciwns having claims against the ertate
of A. Judon Mawu dee'd are herebv notified to
exhibit the same to the undersigned before the
8lh day of August. A. D. 1873. And all persons
ndebied to said estate are requested to settle
promptly. JOHN S. HENDERSON,
A dm r of A. Judson Mason, dt?d,
Aug. 8, 1872. 47-6t:
DU. J. P ftUIFFITII,
Having located in Salisburv, solicits a prac-
in me iuwh an,'i FurrtMiiMiiiig country.
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McXcely Building, Entrance to
McjStcely s Had. f45-3m pdl
OF ALL KIDS
Furnished to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Miii om Western N. C. E. K., twenty miles
Price at mill Si. At Salisbury $1.20
Kiln Dried at Salisbury, SI, 50.
47: tf: K. II. COWAN.
Threshing Machine Oil.
The very best oiialitt at the lowe4 price.
Guaranteed not to heat, gnm, or cut.
Unly at Tlilittr-F. KLUTTZ & CoV.
4l:tt Drus feujre.
PRESERVE your FRUIT!
WTe desire to call the attention of house
keepers to our wwotetjLgtock-of Pruit JiUTS.
e nave the uex, rirr, Melvll, Mason
iMpaovED, and PoicEitiN used. Call and
examine the dtferent atyle, and make your
selections. WVoffer them verv low. W have
alo ertra Eubbef liuHdt for old Jar. and!wou!d
caution our lady friends to examine their old
one before putting up, as fruit is often lost by
i i -
using ueieciive Dnus.
Call before pun-haing elsewhere.
TUEO. F. KLUTTZ & Ca,
41:tf ) . Druggif4a. "
totth scxiaw soro
The nicest thing out for housekeepers. Cheap,
(41tf ) at
KLUTTZ i Co'a.
One bottle to 13o lbs. Fruit, $1.
Also, Noray'e Preserving Powder. 50 eta.
at THEO. F. KLUTTZ & Co's.
41:tf ) Drag Store.
. Having taken out Letters of Adminfctra
tion, with Will annexed, of Thomas Gheen
dec d., I will sell at public sale on the premifet.
7 miles west of Salisbury, the tract of - land
known as the Joe Gheen place, containing 21G
i . - t u- t. i: l
acre, auoui t i wnicu ia uneiv umoerea:
the remainder consists of a good deal of freh
land suitable for grain and tobacco : some ex
cellent bottom land and a email orchard.
There are two dwelling houses on it, and plenty
of water. The pale will take place on the 5th
of October, 1872, at 12 o'clock, M. Terms
one-third cash, one other third insix months,
ana uie remaiaaer in is uiomns. iiue reserv
ed until full payment ia made.
C F. WAGGONER.
Aug. 28 1872. , Admr. with WU annexed.
and SCREENING Machine.
THRESHING MACHINES &
44 HORSE POWERS
I Several varietfca, on wheels orwitbont.
CIDER A1ID.V1NE HILLS- -;
"the handiest thing out. V ' '
; Apple and peach paeers,
fJorera and Sllcer Itbor tavtra.
We warrant all lhee article to jive satisfac
tion or no sale.
CRAWFORD & nEILia
42 tf ,..
Complete Sewing MACHINE.
The firt and only BUTTOX-HOLE AND
SEWING MACHINE combined tbat has
uiadt) it advent in this or any other country.
Sfiy The following reasons are given why
thu is the bet
Family Machine to Purcltase.
1. Becau it will do, J. became too can
everytlunj; lliAt any ina-!qui-kly rtiwor iorrtli
do, aewiutf;lel to adapt it to thick or
from the nnet to the tinacluth.
t-9rient mutexial, tieui-i H. ttecause
ron bare a
njinjf, iliii, curdiu
.short dt-eii bobbin br
untitling, Biuuinr, r miu- wbicd me inread is eon
eriug knd sewiug ou, at.otautiy drawn from the
the name time rufflmif.lceuu . the teruion is
quilting, etc, better than
oouseqont.y even and
does no t break the thread .
any otiiei mcuiue.
i becauriethe Usntiwa
9. because tht uresser-
ae more iit slj Bted, fuot turns back ; that the
than toy other machine. chith csn be eastl fi.
S. Because it csn work: moved sRr being sewed,
beautiful button-hole 10. Because the Lt
makiuf a nne a iearl as.niecLaaics
by the hind
the bert tlnwhed and
4. ttecAUMe it will em
made on the bet priaci
pie of any machine man
u i c tared. It haa ne
pruigato break; noth
ing to get tat of order.
11. lecaue it ia two
machines in one. A Urr-row-BoLs
Srwio Machims com.
broider ever the edge.
making neat and beau
tiful border on any irnr-
6. Reranne it will work
abeAut.ful eyelet hole.
6. Bcaue it can do
over-kaad seaming, by
lii'-u ftLeetn. wiiluw c-, Lined.
ea and tUe like are sewed
over and aver. I
1ST No other Machine can accomilih the
kind of newing nUted in No. 3, 4. 5, and 6.
Parties alrig a family ewinc machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all the improve
It ia to last a LIFETIME, and therefore one
i wanted that will do the tuewt work ami do it
the bent: and thU machine ran do several
kind of aewing' not done on any other machine,
beside doing every kind that all other can do.
27i American or Plain Sewing Machine,
(Without the button-hole parta), doe all that i
done on the Combination except button-hole
MERSEY k lUtO., Acts.
Salisbury, N. C.
Examine them before purchasing any other
I do not hesitate toay the American Combina
tion. suriHes all other machiinrs. hiden doing
all the work that other tnacbineran.itoverama.
and work, button-note in an? Ubrie, from Swioa
rnu-!in. to Keavtr cloth I have ud Singrr'a,
Sloata', Howe'x and ttie Weed machine, and Ond
tbe American far auperier to them all.
Ml M. RctlkiOT-
I have used aix different fewing Machicet. The
American surpasses them all.
Was. A. L. Raisft.
I have ned Tbeinijer and other machine-and
would not excaange tLe Amtrican (or any.
Ma. U.N. BaiNgLE.
Salibcrt, N. C, May 22d. 187Q.
MtaosET & Bao., agtn. American Coin. 8. if.
Sia: I have naed tl.e Howe. Singer, Wheeler A
Wilfloa, ilcox Gibwi Sewing macWne- and
wonld not give the Anaeriean Combination lor a!'
of thita, it 111 do all tkat is claimed far it in tl.f
circular. I conaider it auperior to all othvra I
have ever aeea. Very Reepectfully,
Has. (ifc-o. W. Hakbixsok.
Wetht undersigned take great pleanr in giving
our testimony ia Uvor ot tLe Americas hewinc
Mvliine ir pie lerenie to any otlier. believing that
i it truthfully rscwuimentled m the beat machine
m'ta. ltiaairopla, durabt. runs Very light and
uoea not gt out of order or arop tjtcl.
Mas. Lacka M. Ovirmak,
A . L. Korar,
" J. Allsk Bkowit,
A. V. NoRTBkas.
" A . K. JoKca,
" M. E. TuoMAaoa,
We bare seen flaming adrertiHemcnta and heard
muck aaid by tgentaol otker tuacuinea.
e will forfeit ore l.ur.dred dollars to the con
tenting party, u after a fii tril before conuctetit
ju.ige tne American wa. hiie will uct do aa well
if not better, tle work done on any other machine.
and do valuable work that uo other machine caB
We Lave been Agent frr Sewing Maclirrea eince
1856, have sold Singer's, Lad Webber's. Atwatere'a
and Florence e, and have abaiidoned all for the
fceiil snd get sample of work.
27:ly MEROXEV k BRO., Ag'U
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF PUL
S. E. Corner Fourth
GEORGE W. HILL. President,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
IIox. JA. POLLOCK, I. EDO Alt THOMPSON, GEO. NUGENT,
ALUEUTC. ROBERTA, VHILIl B.
ISAAO 1 1 A Z LE II U UST, L. M. WHILLDEN, HENRY K. BENNE
GEO. W. HILL, JA8. L. CL AG HORN, JNO. WAUNA1IAKEP
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Policies,
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
. ALL POLICIES NONFORFEITABLE.
''piIE AMERICAN has been in active operation for nearly a quarter of a eemtmry. hat been
X governed and controlled by gentlemen ditingnihed for their buMO experience and
commercial probity, and has been eminently succefal.
It has met its oblifcuoni with sigtiat TroniptneAs. and In a most liberal spirit.
Among Its insuring member, the Company has the honor of numbering many of the most
eminent and leading men, in all profetlons aid classes, throQbout Nurto Cartdiaa.
ReliaUa Agents wautd. who should apply by letter oi in person to
HLV. L. F. WAY, Gen'l A gent.
RtateavilU. V. C .
Or to Col. 6t. Cxars Dtsajira, Sapt. A gsnt, Wilmington, N. C. Inayrt3:lyl
Georgia Home Insurance. Co.
Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
I X CO KJO RATED, 1 $50. Ca rtal $530,000
J. RHODES BROWNE, FrtUnU,
D. F. WILLCOX, Srrrctary. '
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
And Promptly raid in Full!
rroperty owners d wiring to obtain reliable In
sorance will do well to prvtect theuuelrt by
securing a Policy in Ocorjcia Home Inmrance
Co." Agencies at rronunect points la all the
J. ALLEN mOWN, Ajtnt,
Office No. 2, Granite Row,
April 25, '72. ly SalUbory, N.C.
V ALTER A. WOOD.
Reaping aud Mowing Machine.
The lightest, moei substantial and cheapest
Implement made. Fullv warranted.
Threhing Machines and Home Powers of
various patient, such as the celebrated Alamance
and Baltimore power. Pend in your orders.
J.H. THOM PaON,
41:3moa. Tyro. Davidson Co., N C.
J. F. HUECKERT,
. MASONIC HALL,
os. 37 and SO Market St..
WILMINGTON, N. C.
OF THE BEST
Xieaiin? Factorial in the Tnited States.
PIANOS of ALL STYLES and PRICES to
suit purchasers ronMsntlv on hsnd and for salt.
ft?2F All inducement uojallr held out
Northern Manufacturer can only be had in the
State at the above place.
OZ20. WOOD'S 5t CO'S. PAU
1.011 and VESTRY 02LOAT7I !
TJtey are pre-eminent for their Charm
ing Solo Stops, Ilcauttf ad Purify rf
Tone, Klerfant Design and Fin
ish. In fact they surpass
Heretofore known or introduced in this city.
Call, Hear and Sco Them I
All Instruments Wsrranted for Five Year.
LT-IMAStW TUNED ANDJIEPAIIIEP. J
A choice selection of Sheet Mumc on !and
and for sale. J . F. II V IXK KRT.
may .31-7-tf Wilmington, N. C.
DO YOU LOVE ME.
NEW and lailins crfatue1 with a treat
variety of other extracln for the handker
chief, including all kind (if toilect artich-s, at
C. K. IiAKKLlt A CO'S IniSStore.
UO yn wish to enjoy a po.nl itmoke T Then
try nume of the genutue Havana Cijrars
ja.t received at
C. U. ItARKKU A CO'S Druf Store.
TAN NEILS Oil, Mapc and
Iran parent .Machine Uil at
C. K. ItAHKLK AiCO'S Drugstore.
WE RESPECTFULLY rail lhe attention
f of Physicians, Merchants and the public
generally to our well selected stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, .
Varnishes, Brushes, Dye Stuffs,
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, dx.t dc
4 LL (iOOlS warranted, pure, fresh and
t. a genuine, and prices to suit the times.
All orders promptly attended to. Especial
care ami attention given to our prescription d
C. R. BARKER & Co., DructrK
(Successor to Jso. II. Ejixiva,)
2G:tf SalUbury. N. C
and Walnut Streets.
JOHN S. WILSON, Secretary.
MINGLE, HON. A. G. CATTKLL.
- Joel J. ,
, i loa art atrebr ctuuiaaiM!d f t
J. Ttimm. the dell above imA r t-TlYtri '
in KmtvmtT, to appear at tW o&ot tb'
Hrtk oi tbe hope nor Court f tW emtotf c,"
lwwaa vimui twenty dare after the erricw of
Um Mrarmona ow hiaa, ezdolre f uVe 4V cf f
wek eerrlce, mud acwev the coaplaist kick
baa teea drpOMted U the oCice cf tk rWrk f w
t W Superior Cowt for Xlovaa county ; aal Vet ,
kia tke nolle tUL if he fU to aMr tU .
aid eoaplaint wlitia tbat Ume, lb plaTntlf
win take jodgnent nplmi Lira far the rttiff
fWMJed la Uk conplaiat.
liereia UH ant, ami f tkta mmxmatm uuL
wn, i im la ty M A urtiH, 1S7Z.
4. CW 5enr twr tun CVaaiy. ;
ii: &j ' ,
NTEWAHD WAITE1, '
For DarUtoa Collet. App! u RSq:
McDowell, Ea or Iter. Win. Itajr."
Mu Monroe, N. C, or u Vtol W.' J
Martio, Bartar, at tb College. , : "
To the planter! of Vlt ginu and N. Capoliaaj
As the present fiacal year ia draw jcg U a tlaaa.-,
and the bulk of the TWco t rcp marieted, v ,
deem It oor doty to exprrt out thitAt for tie
patronage extended toner Hoc daricf Uff-
jrear. We do not complain, btt feel grealiy e
ro&xagvU by the pnp..ruan uf trade 4uc by as
t&u K-a-oa. ud while sKce oldr catablUt-.
ntents may have told more Tclrco itaa
nonobare made a better mottUy orycarlr
arerige than we hare. -Oux
aTe race fr the moatfe of Hay. was til
- Jnly. - UH
Our mark during the rear haa breaa live- I
1 j one'and has breu tnajki-d by a stea4isft
ar.d liruiueiur.arpajed by any mark I la lLa
Stale; aud in vii-w of tie esrly matsritj
trft .e growing crop, we sdvi ail, to market
tbe Hln-e of their old crcp as early a?
Oar aer.H.r parluer having leaded Lie Lous
for a term of year, our butiiic.(witbxut ajr
material charp in tbe same of the fim.)1Jl'
be conducted in tKe wime rfScient manner a -hrreU(Are
t aud with thn bousa Qiarre4 a4.
imDrvved we can Xeiy say to out friarJa
and the public, gererallr.in again stdici'J&g tleir
pstnotiAp, ttat we can .ffer them at ruai ar
cvmmodationa and serve tbero as iPicietilf
and atifactohly a any other hocse in DaavCle.
Parties wiLiiig Ui m-i d u tla'otar 9 sa
by rail, and it will Ih tUa uSfii llreo.'
nfcliarges and rt-uiit.: .e j r..n.j.tly n.ne Ir
Expre or taail- Wer.in rr' (".ick rt t crt'a
as the sales are bow u.al &i;4 pn-e -ood.
VTbenyoa co:ne U town, r, re ur a klL
iitxcui.Nus. tuoma.- ucii.o;.,
Danville, To., Azrt?th 7i. 49,-1 m.
Wi. Eowick. M. A. CaiaoLav
A First Class House, silyatecf
in 1 the center oflhe Cily.
Tlia well known llulel has diartd hands
and is now In Tkmvyk Repair. The traveling
public may rest aaurrd that they will rsodva
First Class Accomodations.
The Prices regrilatrd to suit the times. The
Table will be supplied with th best the marks
afford. The Fur niiurc aud Ikxiinf art Vs
anil lhe rorrn Urje and airy.
iH M p STAltLlJS c onected with the Hoos.
Omnibus and Itataip-. free of charge.
The onderMned would mpertfully ak his
inerva io wre it.e rhanor. s he baa bren keep-
wz the .ManiMon llue -r the rt latlrttMn
W ith Uiai eirxrir.re he (n 1. warranted ha asv
ing entire ssufjctiwi will be riven. Ilk old
cuotutner are rcjTtfully invited to call at thsj
E. BKTCX IlLI.
HAYS & SILL
Druggist & Apothecarieo,
SAZaZBSUZL?, U. O.
Having purchased the content of tit
Drug Store formerly occupied bj Dr.
Edward Sill. We reyptctfully call tbe at-
tentlon of the Citizens of Salisbury and
the surroaodir.g couutrr, to the new ar
rangement, and inform them that we will
continue to carry on the baaiocas at tho-
same place, and the same eicellcnt wsr.
Wc will end rvr.r to keep oo hand all tb
various goods the people may oeod per
uiuing to our line, and therefore hop
by strict attention to basinet, to rcceirs
a liberal patronage.
Physicians Orders Prompt
ly Attended To,
Prescriptions accurately end
carefully compounded ly relialU
and competent Druggists day qt
StJ.n.TlO.YS for DIVOKCD.
Laora Chanc.-, plaiuut,
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
r lU Sherif kf ina Obay, Grtetiaft
Ywu are hereby xm nxa nd-d, as voa Lava
heretofore been, to uranus Thvaoas VracXIla
Chance, the defendant above banted. If ?Ws W
fnnnd within roar pounty, to he and apr!
Utn the Judjre of ir SierorC'ssjrt, a be be 14
tor tbe count of iUiwan, at the Cart-Uosswe in
8sliaburyt on Us LxirU. Muavlsy a&er the third
Monday in rVpferober neat, ad aaawer ia
Complaint si hit h near 11 led In the ofikt fJ X
Clerk of the fNi-rkr Court fc-r said CfaMty.
and let the said iltt.dU lake mAkt that If ha
fail to anawer the said Cottlsitt dcric tha
next Term, the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded ia the cvafIsiat.
Ilnein fail ii.y, sad f lhi Suiataons uska
doe return. iven tiSMlee say had a tha
seal of said Court. thU iCik dav" J August, 187i
rx JOHN A, liOYHEN,
I sealof the f Oerw .f the SaparW
v m - '
Court of Roan county.
J. I. HLLIOT Bl Go.