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A TALK WITH THE HAHV.
Daliy. ll,y come nit un my Hneo,
Nobody's waking but you mid we ;
Cat ami IcitlvU ate last asleen,
5'it 11 1 1 1 toy wearlsmna watch I keep;
Kockiilj tlitt c:u'He So ami !ro,
Singing uieruly, sinjjjnjf low,
A II (hymen (hut ivr were sung
Kince h.ng hk. 'I.en the world was young.
Tin .' " yu meal) to ta
4i) to ktay
U;ouJ uwake lib the pej
frahy I now there i no one near,
Vliipcr e-i't in my cur;
Uw did you learn t lie wonderoa speech
AU our wisJoui ro-ild never lich I
Wiat lathe R:ciitng o all yoiil word,
Boit uh the twitter ot rustling bird
Nol.o.ly knows what schemes iuuy wait
II; Men away in your nodding pate;
INir In lie i. . . . ii. 1 1 . tell tnetrue,
What are you plauniuj; lu be aud do I
Baby, baby I your flnjrers white, '
Reach for the big, round moon at night ;
Strive in their eager giasji to hold,
Wandering rags of the sunshine's gold ;
When shall we ever make yon know
How, in the sun. the blossoms blow t
Jluw the winds run on fairy feet
I'lds of hen-Jin" wlivalj
so Ti n of aud
All tliiutrs beautiful wait for yon,
Leading you on, by you ulaspiug l.aud,
Out of youi rosy baby-laud.
Rrtl",' saey I'-vhewoeM e- wida,
Snaics aim danger on every side;
What will you do when the mother' love
Cannot shelter her tender dove?
Ah I you are sleeping on my breast,
Molliinjr troubles your quiet rest ;
Sale in the arms that fold you here,
Never a thonpht havo you of frar;
Over us both is One who keepa
Watch while his children wake or sleep.
"n-TIio spread of the culture of peanuts
since the wr hug been remarkable. Ever
uce wo can recollect, a few of the far
mers in the neighborhood of our city have
been in thelmbitof raising "patches" to a
limited extent, but they never made mure
than tbey could put into one or two carts
and send to the-dully market in Norfolk.
During ten yoars beforo lLo trur a fow
went so far as te plant two or three acres;
but still the amount raised waspo inconsid
erable as not to be eutitled to the name of
One of the results of the war has been
to change the crops in this region. The
uncertainty of labor bas compelled the
farmers to produce a given amount of
money. The culture of corn is not as
formerly, so exclusively earried on as to
engross the whole attention of the far
mers. It is found to be a luring business
to put. a man's farm entirely in a cereal
tha1. costs so much more to cultivate it in
the way of fences, manure and labor than
almost any growth that could be sabsti-
tuted for it. Moreover the citizens, oil.
African descent have an uncontrolable
propensity for stealing corn in any shape,
from the roasting eais to the stjres in the
It has been found that the peanut will
bring far more money to the acre than In
, i . i , ,
dian corn, and it has, within the lest three
years, been introduced very extensively
into the counties from this city to Peters-
fa ' " " - j-iasjfctwrnia cm,,
his city has been, rTATitrrg the las,tyear,
wards of one million ot dollars far
ivrethan th tt which was received for the
f-a produced on the same farms before
the war. I'eas of the best quality have
commanded in our market ;-.' a bushel,
and an acre well prepared will bring fifty
bushels, or ? I .(.). But this is not the best
that has been done. Hut this not the best
that has been done. A fine article has
produced 83,15, aud some of the lands pe
culiarly well manured have produced sev
enty five bushels or in money $236 to
Now there are not so large sums by n
good deal as are produced by trucks and
berries ; but they show that peanuts are a
very fair crop notwithstanding.
The planting and raising are very sim
ple. The light soil of the counties South
of the James river seems specially adapted
to it. 1 his has to bo enriched with lime
and scrapings ot the forest, dec. with a
moderate portion of guano. The lime
should be used to the extent of ten bush
els to the acre and the guano at about the
rate of ten pounds to the hundred yard
ol tin) rows. The pea should be planted
eighteen inches apart and one inch deep.
Tne season for planting ia about the firs',
i ne i.i sing or mis riant is extremely
well adapted to the preseut transient state
of our agriculture. It is not absolutely
new to our formers, and the price it brings
is so superior to that produced by corn aud
oats, as gradually to wean them from cul--'tttrui
&rtftt changes cannot be made in a
day, and the peanut will dojnaea to alien
ate our farmers from the beaten track pur
sued by their ancestors. The real cause
of the backwardness ofiagrieulttrre in Vir
ginia has always been the mental capaci
ty of the negro, which is limited to meet
1 in; most elementary notions ; and the Col- j
tivation ot tne peanut is not above ins
capacity. Norfolk Journal.
WIip. KILLED YANCEY ?
' Xorrespondent in Harrisonburg, Vir'
ginia, writes :
A few days ago I heard a conversation
in relation to the death of V in. L. Yancey,
of South Carolinh, which goei'to prove an
assertion that 1 have previously heard,
namely : that he was killed by Hill, of
(Jcoi -ia. One of the speakers Said tb.it
he was intimately acquainted with a man
by the name of Shanks, a stenographer
who reported the proceedings of iheBbcl
Congress. On one occasion Shanks cairn
td his house in a stateof intoxication, and
said he had the notes of the proceedings
. Iv 0'!Sre8"" mca8UO"'r
In nnh!lh lliem in m iAnb w ken anme
r . i - n .Li .-. j - 1
startling developments would bo made.
On being asked about the death of Yan
cey, he declined to Answer on the ground
that it would injure the sale of his book,
4 but," said be, "when the proceedings oft
the secret session are published, you will
know all about it," and I will rlUe Unit
lie did not lie a natural death. The rc
toi ler died a few week later of oWlriom
tremens, and die Itook tu uevcr publish
ed. Another pentleman now Mid that he
knew that Voiicey was killed by Hill,
i baring been acquainted with a member of
( ongri-sa who wat preacut, and who tola
bin in confidence Jl about it. Thu affair
oeeurrud during t'm eicitlng session held
in reference to llio proposition made by
.Mr. Uncola to the Peace Commissioner
in lluuuton Koade. Hill and Yancey
r"' into a pertonal diapule, dtyiiiK
Hill struck Viinc-v a blow vliicb
t'.iallv leaiillotl in hi deulh. 1
satisfied that ihia ia thu tiuib ot this
nuttd que lion.
Josh Uillins ox Owl. The owl is
a game bind ; lie can whip unytbiugweais
feathers after daik.
He is n wise bun!, aud hoots nt most
He is a solum bind, a crosd between a
justice of the peace aud a county super
visor Ho is a stiff burd, and sils up as stiff
as an exclamation point.
He is a liivurious burd, and feeds on
He is a long lived burd, and never was
known to take death naturally.
He is a hard burd, and grose tuff by
Hois an honest burd, and always
an open countenance.
He is a prompt brd, and ssttstire at
once hia outstanding bills.
lie is a comfortable buid, and always
sleeps in feathers
. Hoi uu. aluactive. bind, Aild doling
the day can always be found in.
He is a restive bind, and doii't come
ho .ne until raoruing.
Thus the owl, a mistaken emblem of
solitude and sadness, if we dig into its
nature closely, is emphatically one of the
boys' and belongs to the club.
RELIEF for Tin: SORELY AFFICTEU-
It was the misfortune of the undersigned
to have suflered, us few have every .suffered
before, for six Innir and clooniy years, from
an affection of his feet mid lei-i. sunerindnced
by overwork, during the UrM year of the late
war. During all that time, he was compell
ed to drag bis emaciated Irauie hImhU. op.
crutches. In vuiu he invoked the best med
ical talent of the country; ai d visiteu the
most celebrated medicinal Shrines. Worn
down and exbaustcd, he trave uii all hone of
recovery. At this stage of his case, baaing
been governed by his medical friends' from
the beginning, he determined to adopt a
method i f treatment, the result of his own
reflection. It is enough to say. that this
method is not so much new, as it is, the more
skillful application of what has beeu long
known, and attempted by the Physicians.
After tome weeks of the uwst unwearied
and persevering efforts, he was rewarded with
the most gratifying results. Indeed, bis rap
id improvement ami recovery, was almost
magical so much so. that in looking hack
upou his condition a year ago, lie can, evenJ
now, naidly realize the truly wonderful un
, , r',r"u'!'1 "lT''JI 1',r.lnm extr.a',ril,:'lir-v
l DlessniR. lie is nesirons ol hewn ttie means
of diffusing similar benefits to th.ufcs; , who
may be similarly afflicted. Iln thvrefore.
proposes not only to M eat, but CURE, all
manner of diseases of ihe lower extremities, HMooihead A; t.'o., umiii and aocepl"d by tU
SUeh as old and itl-coudftioued Ulcers of the lelendai.t, for ihe. payun i,t ol one Ihtnisand
legs; Varicose Veins ; weak and eiilarfed
Joints, Arc no matter of bow longstanding.
It is one of iflse ureal advantaires of l,i
ynodo of treatment, that, no restrict i'ns are
imposed on the patient as regards diet, exer
IftisrSfe., and for ttio most part, little or r.o
medicine is used.
The charges shall be in accordance with
the general denressiou of the times ; and those
really iudigent. will he treated "without moti
ey aud witiiout price."
EDWARD SILL, M. D
Feb. 12 tf , Salisbury, N.C
Wow Goods !
THE SUBSCRIBER bail just returned from
tlie North with tiie most complete Stock ol
GOODSeiet ottered before in tins market, a',
prices to sint I ire lime?. Having bonuht In?
entire Stock Tor Cash and after a heavy decline
in prices,-which enables him to sell lower than
anv in t tie market. 1m stock consists ol a
large and varied assortment of
STAPLE & FARCY
China and Delf,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
& Havana Cigars.
In fine, he has with great care, e
lecfed his Stock to meet EVERT
Call and examine it will Dot cost
you any tiling to do that, but DonTt
Ask Eur Credit. Our Motto is:
"PAY AS YOU GOP
Country Produce of every descrip
taken in exchange,
Bank Notes and Specie taken at
tha highest Market rates.
. W. H. IIOWERTOK
Salisbury, May 1869. 18 tf
State of North Carolina,
Cocktt or flavinsox- scraaioa Codst
tUM en relit on of J. L. fiuM-ubiiry,
M. K, h-olt, I. am A. Nonum.i
.' ,i r. .ii. I v I i nii'lia.
K. D. llaoipton. Julius . (.ray. aa
aJmlataUator ol A. (J, Kwr, W.
P, l.liitt-ay. uJ W". II. l.ind-ay,
a ailiulii lawatof ol II. A. Kittlell.
t ft in acta.
To W. I, Llndaay, one l the abovo naaicl da
fcwtlaat - s uon mitloat; You arc lnrel,v :. .1
Ui.il a uniai.ioiia in the above cnt.lUd case Iia4 Iwcu
ImiksI airaiaal run, wbarala you are uniniom .1 to
ai.ir b.-lorr the Jihlfre otlde Superior Court to la-lii-iiMor
dm I oaoty of Ihivlliaua.at lla C'oart Homm
in hexinnton. on . i Monday iiftc'tlir lluril
Monday of Aril IHbfl, and aiisrrr the coaijilainl
thMvin. which is lied wllti tha .-ii nt wild court on
llir IM.li day of April INUU. a ropy of which, and of
tin' auiniuona, wore depoailed in the poaloMcv attt.a
lima, directed to you; and notice wraa fiivrn fhat
juiluinent would Iw taken aftalnut you It you failed
w it hi ii that time. 1 1 anwer said coiuilaint. w lieiein
it is iilleired tii ii ll.e ilefitodaataabova sained nir la
drlitcit to the Mateuf Xorlli Caiolina, to the use and
In ih Hi of the p'aintifft )lir nained. iu the sum -i
tifteen tl und ! 16 (aid) dollara with lawful mi n-i
th rvon lonii I In. (itli i'av of October IV, 7 dm lo
bond, leaei utrd to the state of Ninth Camflsa, kv
11. A. Krtti .- i.K n. Haaiptna W. n. I.lndaayaad
A. li. Kuaterj for a brvach of theaaSM: that no part
thereof h. i. tteeit paid ; to lie di.' harjreil upon lite
luvnieot to the piaintin. nl w hatever eaatagM Us .
niaj' he tnlltled to in thiaartioa.
'i nu aie Im imtihed that Ihr above named idaln-
tlf! have sued out a Uaitant of Attteanient .-, . t
yoiirpioperty for the amount nfdamairea and for the
raw ol to lion Iherela set ivrtb. returnable U the
sluuerior 'unit of liavidMin I ooatv on Ihe lHih dav
of dune XHfi'.i. w hen an I here you aie hereby re
quired lo appearand anwertlie cowptaint. in ilefanlt
w bereoftliepla'ntiffswill take Judgment aifainalyou
as therein demanded.
Vt'it'ieas, Ivi E. Jolmaon. Clerk of tlx Snnerior
I'nurtofthsConr.rv of fhiviriaon, at oOceia la muc
Uni.theU'.hday ol April, i.viii.
I.RV1 K. JtUMsHN,C. .
April If), 1869.-I5 6w)d
OXATB of Worth Carolina,
Supctior CuurtV Stumrf 'IVim. lfUS.
II uppi in in.- to ii,.- salialactitm ol the Court
that the Civil business of this Court requires a
Special Term thereol ; It is therelore ordered
that a Special leimof the Superior Court, for
the trial ol Civil causes only, be held for die
County of Iredell at the Court House in Staten
ville. oonimencins on Monday the 19ih ilny ol
July next, at which time and place, all parlies
to Civil causes are hereby noli tied lo be pres
ent with their w::ne . to the end dial the
Ciul business of said Court may be disposed u.
as required hy Ijw. '
Wiluess: Charles L Summers, Clerk of our
said Court, at office in SlatesVilie, tins 10th
day of April, A. D.. 180!).
C. L. BUMMERS, C. S. C.
apiil 30 17t I
State of North Carolina,
COL STY OF
Jacob Hi.-' I, J
.' ' 1 i'.l X .?" 1 1 C'furt.
iah Uu.-I, .'ti. d )
ti. Scott and Stephen Kejg
part ners under rhe In in name
Jacob Kiegel iV Co
JUmes R Moorheail. trading under )
the fit II Inline of .Mooiheml Co. I
To James R. Moorheail. tmdmg under ll.e
firin-natuc rf Moorhcad !l:('o.. the above nam
ed defendant a mil -resident : You ate here
by notified, (hat a summons in the above enti
tled case has been issued apatntt you, wherein
you are summoned to appear before the4u !c
of our Superior Court, to be held loi Ibe coun
ty ol Kowan at the Court House in Salisbury.
on the Hunt Monday m September next, am!
answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, whieli
was bled with IlieCierk of sunl Court on this
the I lih day of May, 18(9. wherein it is al
leged, that you aie indebted n. the plaintiffs, in
I he Sum ol i ne thousand dollars, with interest
Iroiu the Kith day ol February, IrttifJ, doe to
anl jilaiiiiiU's as indorsets of a bill of exchange,
iinriHirtine to have been diawn by James R.
Inltara, lo-lne order ol J. Allen Blown and 1'
l. UertihanJt. pai mere nnh-r the Bin name ol
i !!on ,V li r , mdt, and by lliern mdorataJ to
Jio M. Knox, I iim fc. Biowrjmii.l'A. J. Mini
tiaiii.eis under the firm name of . M. Kmu
A; Co., urtv) hy them endorsed to the plainnH'-;
iiid that no part I hi reel haw been paid ; a cony
nt which said comnlaint, and ol the summons
were dcpojdlea iu the post olbce Oil Ihe said
1 1th dy ol May lfiU, directed to you at Phil
You are a so nntified, that upon proper pro
ceedings bad in I h cauf t a Warrant of .t-
tacbnient has issued ujiainftt yanr rtroperly, re- I
lurnable to the Superior Conn ol Rowan conn- '
ty. lobe held at the Court House in Saiidnnv. ,
on the tiiiid lion. I.. v in Seniemher liexi
when and where you are hereby ii inured to
ujipe.ir nuil ainswt r tlie con plaint, in ditmit
hereol the nliiintitr will take
you as therein demanded.
Witness. A. Judsun Mason, Clerk of oufsaii
Court, at office, this lith day of May, ifcti'J.
A. JL'UbUN M ASON, C. S. C.
19 6w (prf. $10)
To Railroad Contractor.
Lsl l-.K.N WUKTIi CAROLINA R. R.,
OrricK o- Cuicr Excmser,
Ashecille, May Ctb. 109. )
MROroSALK WILL Lt; RECKIVLO AT
X thi9 oflice until the first ol June next, fiay
the Graduation, Masonry, Rriiie Superstruc
ture and tialla.siiiiK of one hundred miles of
Hits Road, including (45) miles of the Branch
Road down the Fiench liroad rivor. Thin,
the Western Division of the Road, extends
from Ashevillo westward .ov.ards Cliatt&noora
(13o one h'indied and tbirly-fivo miles. To
contractors, this Woik pieseuta attractive fea-
turei consisimp ol tutii.clhng and other rock
excavations, crossing several mountain langes,
besides a lai.'c amount ol blidge masonry. All
of which is accessible lo the contractor, heiiip
for the most pait near the turnniko roods lean
ing from Ashevillo Maps, plans, profiles and
specifications will be ready after the 20 of May
(or inspection. i
All necessary information in regard-to the
work maybe obtained at this office upou ap
JAMES C. TURNER,
Cl.i. f Kng., West. Div W. N. C. It. R.
May 14, 31.
THU MORNING STAR.
WAR ENLARGED A.D IMPROVED I
I "his Well Established and popular
Daily Newspaper has recently been jrieat
ly enlarged and improved (the second enlargc
ment in Sljrrlteen mrmtTi,) and is rnntidi ntl.v
offered to the people of the two Carolinaa as
second to no daily journal in either of thoso
Tbe'lIA is a 1.1VK, PR ACTICAL and
PROGRESSIVE NEWSpAPKR, eminently
adapted to the wsnts of this section ; sound ami
conservative in its teachings, and devoted to the
Commercial and Agricultural Inter
ests of the Sonth- It contains full aud
Reports of the Muriels,
Local Netcs and 1
' General Intelligence.
tkbhiin .idv.im f.
One Tsar (p
Six Months,... 3
Three " S Ot
WM. H. BER.YAKD,
Editos & PiopRisToa,
April 9th, 1869.
WUmtDgton, th. I
McOnbbius, Snlllvan & Co's.
W j'df '4. ft'
McCubbjns, Sullivan & Co.,
DIRECT 'fROM NEW YORK
a very lare' n
ml well selected Stock of
consisting In lutrt of
Drug:, Iffediriur, and
Soots and Shoes
Upper, Sole, Skirting-, and
Calf, Pad aud Lining
NAIL8, IRON & STEEL,
Tanner's, Linseed ami Ki loscne
of all kind'",
of difierciit sizes ;
And many other arttclea not enumerated ;
were bought TOES
CASK, and will bo sold as ( heap
us the Cheapest.
We tender onr sincere thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
upon os, and hope by close attention
business and fair dealing, to merit a con
timninee of the name. Having hud over
twenty year's eipericnce, and having all
the capital necessary to conduct a large
business. We feel confident that we can
sell goods ae low as any house in Western
Ninth Carolina. .
isinsr jurke prices.
MeCabbiiis Sallitan & Co.
Sdlisbury, N.b., April 2, 18G.9. lit: ly
BEST ANCHOR BRANDS BOLT
ing Cloths, all nnmbers, for sale by
McCUBBS, SULLIVAN k GO.
Salisbury, N. C.
Great Labor Saving
M A. O H I ZlST E,
U OOD'S CELEBRuVTED R KAl'ER
and Mower combined; Also, WOOD'S
i .... . J
own- aetacned ou nana, m.u
French Burr Mill Stones
BEST FRENCH BURR Mill Stones,
For sale by
McCUBBiNS, SULLIVAN & CO.
Sa lis busy, U. U
al.stoys A pstl f,
M'ilM t Mlllll
mm i in
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES.
The Greatest Inducement
TO THE PUBLIC i
NEW GOODS !
NEW FIRM ! !
Robert, vlc.rely Jk Co..
NO. 1, CORNER MAIN A INNISS ST8.,
M NE ELY a YOUNG S BLOCK.
A RK NOW RKCEIVINO their new
A.X. and elegant stock of
Spring und Snmnifr (.ocds,
conaiatlog In part of
Stnple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Trimmings, Yankee Notions,
lists, Cups, Boots & Shoes,
Wood & Willow-Ware,
Groceries, Sec , iic ,
All of which thev offer ai cheap or rbcaner than
tliesauie efasa of (iooJi can lie uureliaaed in till
wMiim ff rSe htstA. I'Mr fnmk wftrma ltKM
(xclamrely tir V HH. and wilt hs told pxctunlvety
for rauli orpruduee hence the irreat indie cineniit
ar tinrjroiriH. And ravfrrrins "Hie nl hleai.xnenre
to the -ui" ithillinft. their nmtto wilt be quick talc-i
un. i sniaii pmnis ami reauy pay.
fall and -oe tliein and Iw convinced, for tl ey feel
eonMaat that they ean give you the UKST (iiM(ls
lor me leuxt nnniey you ever liuuu lit.
area ia. iw.
AVING JUST RETURN-
l from tin' ICastnni Mar-
)eu we ll your hlteBtiitn t nineh Ihe I .rf-t
mid nm.-t complete .itock oflinnd- in thin niur
kct. nil -efeet.Ml i-inn ner- nnrl Inwh Rtoeks and
-ty lea, aud a larirn-portion purchii
Ihim the llanuloeturera und their Ai
Ttic Great Decline ia Dry Guods.
All we p k i. t call at the well. known Em
porium of thin mark t. il l' invite vour atten
tion ton ft.w LK.ll(i AltTK LKS kept in
I thin whoh-Mile aud retail Stock :
Drugs' Ptitcut Medicines Dyr
Kluffs, iaint Tanners'1 OH,
Kerosene and Linseed Oil,
Jji'ari, I'pper, sole and Har
CALF & UMSQ SKINS.
ftott; Steel, Saddle TTardwsn1, and Carriape
Trimmings ; iu tact, thousands of articles too
tedmx to ettttinei-auj. We are agents for the
Also, Manufacturers' Agents fitr the pelohroted
Done Dust. Do. do. Kifteand Dlastinfr Powder.
I"s We invito the attention of Merchants
aud the trade generally, to our stock, assuring
them thev will find nothing bill fresh and desi
rable floods. We buy all kinds of produce.
Save your DIacklierries and fruits, which will
bo to you as Treaoure.
Smith. Foster & Co.,
Spragne's Old Stand, near the Market House
April iiy IHG9.
HE DWELLING opposite the
Hoyden House, fonnerry known as
the Frankford House, it contains 8
rooms, with gas fixtures, &c, as well as a
kitchen and a good garden spot For terms
apply to Luke Blaukmer, fcij.
JAMEk, 0. TURNER.
Januarv 29. lSf.D. ' 4 tf
f1 i rTinv ! WK rte,ira to mnrn Ult
J I l I I l ' J J (lenient ill, and ronaiimer
of naff iretMraHj, t)it plnc i. - wr. c-Ltin toharro
irmnufMrtttrrrii, brliifj anll lo fin-' a mrkH ,,,r their
muff, fell UienHh ti wllcl to cotintcrWi the renrftl
ipiMinnw of ourprknnrs, ami toiiUte omr Trade Mark,
o that a clnae Ii . - -. v to ; t the -; .
rioui article from the 'irei.ajne, ami (tker jroiaff a far u
to aaaert Ihut "Lorflllard'a t . rT i- no lenfer made.
In niiiklnir lh.i publicalioa we ileal re lo warn tlte iub(te
r c i the i fttpi Mii'T" fra?tlced upon them ; aa they are
thelnMT thereby. It will he founl iton com pari m (hat
LorLUrd ?nuff ia "far ahead" of all ntheta, heinir ntade
of the bc-t stock, after an rfjrtoat and aeeret proeew
known nn?y to ouraelvef, heilaet posae swing yreal aire.
1. 1 ffi'i itii'i i t ; r pT '. v. an-, in warranita ni u voduiq
any d-inrt-n ua or i- le'tri- i: aubstanee, wbtrh cannot be
aib of tt.e maay worthlena a-tn a pat on by others.
The ! -t ia ihe rheapet in the end. A circular will ai
wya be tu i i -I on applicatioa. In "rderins; pleaae apeci
fMf Halt nuff(lf ich Toaat.) or freah Bnaff t Ctlra Fcotch)
P. LOWILLAHD, MCW VOftK.
JiPK Ii t SHIR
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NEW YOKK and North Carolina
New York to Wilmington,
This Line will comprise tbo folio wlnf steam
ers: FAIRBANKS, Capt. A. Hunter,
WM. 1. CLYDE, " D P. Morgan,
REBECCA OLYUE,! 0. Chichester.
MARY SAN FORD, John Moort.
With such additional Steamers as may be
required (o meet the demand of the trade.
SailinKfiom New York every WEDNE&UA
an.1 NA1UIWA i'al i V. M . Iron, l'ler 10 K.
U. foot of Wall street.
i V The attention of Shippers la called
to the LOW RATES and FACILITIES
offered by ihia l.n.e, which are superior to
any heretofore offered.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING
(riven lo all points on the North Carolina
Railroad aud its Con in ctions vie Golds-
boro. J. A. SADLER.
WORTH ic DANIEL, Ageufa,
Wilmington, N C.
JAMES HAND, Ajrent,
fvLSO 8tf 119 Wall Street, N. Y.
North Carolina Lm4 Coanpaiy.
Incorporated ly Special Art J Ute Oentr-
, ot AsuoxWj, 18fi9.
FOR THE LOCATION OF '
Northern and European Settlers.
I'OR THE SALE OF
IMPROVED FARMS, TIMBER &
MfXERA L LANDS, rrot'SES,
UINLS, WATER POWER,
A'Ctfe. Als of COT-
TON. TOBAC CO,
NAVAL B10RE8. &c. ON CON
SIGN. ME NT, ADVANCES MADE
etc., fec., etc.
ALSO, N E(iOTI ATE- I . A N s . ON
MOR rGAGE OK OUIER
Those having Lands or rurnm for sale, will
find u t their interest to couunuuicute with
Noehai jre made unleKs a Kale it effected ; then
' "'.v per cent. l be paid when the sale uper
' k. w.
Geo. Little, Trent.
llest, fiec & Treaa.
Aqrnfi und Director nt Ituleiqh.
Ron. R. W. ttei, Col. Geo. Little.
Goth y.Swepaon, R. Kingalaud.
Agents and Dirictmrs in Xrw York Ss lloston.
A. J. Hleecker, 8mt Co.
Raleigh, X. C. March u, lHli". 8 3m
Life Insurance Co'p'y
of xas United States or Amekica.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Charter) I bt special art of Congress, July 2T,'68.
Cash Capital paid in full $1,000,000.
It is uo loiigi-r a question with any mrn.wbo
tenderly loves liis wife ami children, who con
filler bow helpless would be their condition in
r,i-r n! bin death, ai to the duty of taking out a
l.l I I. I UL1L l , imt us to which Couipuny he
Mi. ill pay f lin money.
If- he reflects a moment ho will conclude to
patronize thu Company which nbWx the (ireat
exl degree of vitality, which extends lU IiumI
w over th largest orea whiih ia a Home
Company in every locality; which fumishesin
Hiirunceut the least etntf; which issues no poli
cies that are forfeitable should he be nnable
i.i'M j eur, or any subsequent year to pay his re
ni v al; and wbrchi unduubtcdiy able to meet
all its pruuiios.
Willi ttKse feelings and views, he looka over
the ncwiaicis. ami, by thetime he gets through
reading the atlvertiseuients of Alutuul or Mixed
Companies, he funis his mind so fuddled that he
is at a loss where to go or what to do. He can
not comprehend one-half that is writteij, and
conclude that none but Auctua.nes whoure fa
miliar with the principles upon which Life In
surance is based, can coinirrehend or explain
anything about dividends and Insatiability for
limes given in pint payment nl premiums. In
his dilemma, he looks into 'he plan adopted by
the .National Lite lnsuruuce Company ot toe
United States of America, and find just what
AN ALL CASH PLAN, reduced to the low,
est minimum rate, like any commodity in mar
ket, so much insurance tor so mueft Moueyw
No notes to give ; no interest to pay ; uo anxie
ty sbout.Assessiuents; no apprehension of his
Policy being forfeited next year if he does not
pay bis annual ltenewai; aud the Kates so much
Lower than other Companies, that he realizes a
larger Dividend, in advance, than other compa
nics can pay him in the future.
-f- lie umi that, instead ol this uncertain prom
ise, at present high ra'e, that the National pre
sents a certain and definite sum for a much
lower rate and puts up its paid up Capitol of
As a guarantee fuud, that its cohtracts will he
fulfilled, and, like thousands of others, cheerful
ly culls on their Agent to make his application
for a. Policy. Hence the unprecedented and
most wonderful aaccsss. at thu National .t , , .u
trusted with the older and .Mutual Companies.
The Companv issued its first policy on the
1st of August, i ";.-, and up to starch 1st, 1869,
it had issued . ;!.:.--.' policies.
Amount insured, $10,tHi55li 00
Total premiums, 350,117 03
The whole number issued by the Connecticut
Mutual in the first year of its existence wu.- -thf
ly the Mutual Benefit of New Jersey, 693
fliew l.iiginml Mutual, , IMJ
Phirnix Mutual, 333
" Miivsacbusetts Mutual, 312
" Equinble of New York, 277
The Mutual Life. of New York, in'the first year
ol its existence, oniv issuea 47U policies.
In its 10th vear. " 1.860 "
And in its -ioth rear, i - 8.848 "
this latter being i :' less than wax issned by the
ATioji a L in us nrsi scm'ii mnnius.
JAY, COOK 4 CO.,
- Agents for the Southern States
P. F. PESCUD,
, Oeueral Agent tor Nortri Carolina
April 19. 18C.U. 15-3m
Houses. fad Blanks !
(For laying of Homesteads.)
And a new and improved form
Revised and corrected by the
best legal authority in this place,
for sale. Address,
mar. 10, J. J. BRUNER,
J y S UHA AVE COM PA NJES.
Of New York.
Southern Branch, Sarannah, Ga.
K. D. aRNObl),
The only Branch of a Life Inter.
ance Company where Policies ar
Xsaned ana Losses Paid.
Annual Income nearly 3.iU0,000
Annual Dividend, nearly 50 per cent.
$73,000 Losses paid ii this Brunch in
THE KNICKERBOCKER is an old and
reliable Company, and offers as great indi.-eu-meuts
to itaurera as any solvent Company
ca n . sswes Policies on seen desirable a far
Loan J of the Premium to the Policy Holder.
All Policie nun forfeitable after the payment
of two or threr uraniums- So restriction on
ieHtenvfx,,-tr,(rel. If" r-'m (targe jor"xrtfl
hers of the Army, Xary, or First ('las Strum
and Had Vessels, or for Railroad Conductors,
THE KNICKERBOCKER is one of the
few fiorthem rmpanrnr rhose Pottcte "iM "
the SoHtli trrrr kept intact durinq the iltnn.
whose Dividends were accredited a though
Premium were paid, and is THE Company
that after the war paid all Losses which oc
curred during the war. thus jiroriny it integ
rity, its honor, and indisputable solvency.
The Knickerbocker pays losses promptlr,
neve: disputing a just claim and is as liber
al as any ..te Company n Ameries.
W. H. BELOEN.
General Ageut for N. C.. Raleigh.
John Beard. A cent, Saliabury, X. C.
February, 19, leW. 7 3m.
THE ARLIH8T0N MUTUAL
A Virginia and Southern Institution
Its runds are kept in the South.
It has met with unprecedented success,
IU fortunes are established beyond any
The Company Lss cspital and assets, against tta
liability that will eouipare favorably with any Life
lusuniiice Company nn the coutiuent, which is tha
true test ol it i ii isi in !n v.
Itsarrairs ur- cautiously administered by selected
Directors, ofr-spontibility and busioeas capacity.
It has established its claim to Southern I'atronags
JOHN E. EDWAHTJIr
U TICK PKKSIDl ST,
Wll. B. 1SAAC8,
CHARLES H. SMITH, If. D
LCUAL ADVISES, 0KKKBAL AGENT.
U. C. Cabell, Jno. H. ( laibobns
Henry K. Ellyton,
H. E. C. Baskirvills,
Samuel C. Tardy,
J. U . Allison,
George S. Palmer,
H. H. ( liock.'ev.
William K. Tsylor,
Samuel S. Cottrell,
Charles T. Wbrtham,
William W ill is Jr.,
Ed. A Smith, N
Thus. J. Evans,
J.IIMCS A. Hit,
B. M Vuarlea,
W. H. Tyler,
J. E. Edwards,
J. B. Morton,
R. H. Dibrell,
William U. Palmer,
Feb. 12 ly
H. C. Cabell.
D. J. Haitsoo.
John C. Willir. ms,
William (i. Tuylor,
A. P. Abell,
Wm. B. Isaacs,
George 1.. Bidrood,
Saiujel M. Price.
Lkxixgton, N. 0
WHAT A GRAM li) i:l i:SHT BUSINESS
Connecticut mutual Life
Synopsis of Statement for 1868.
Income from Premiums,,..... ....
Income from interest
Total income for the year,
Dividends paid is. ,
Total Losses paid tu date
Total Diiiilenda paid t. ih.t. ...... .
.ST. if, I 304 n
..1 f.K4.! f sS
..I 221 336 (.0
. .8,089 888 00
ii win ne seen ironi the atwve that the iuetsme for
interest alone, greatly exceeds the umtst, and that
the total income for one -year it mors'than the total
losses paid to date. The Aaseta if the Company
are now over Twenty -three Miliums, and with its
farce income offers greater inducements tnthna in.
soring than any other Mimnim jj. yconntrv. !u
plina orhaalness coaipiise all thelesirable forma
8. D. WAIT,
mar 5 9 ly Raleigh, N. C.
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Porcelain Pictures, m
CARTES DE VISITES anAall other
styles ot Pictures CHEAP.
Persons wishiue work dWe would do
well tn (all soon as the Gallery will be closed
after Jan 15th. for the Summer season.
PHILLIP U. KEXNEDY.
Wisbosy, May lrtta). t-4t
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