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S.U.HI'I'''- FRIIMY.SOV. HO. D.
, Imyc muouiit of btu'meae l being cured
t fur ibis bud?. "bown hy the vast number of
l.ill, :in.l resolutions which are being introduced
hr vari." memliers. Whether. MrthInK will
l.' s.wuiplisheil tut the (rood of the BUte rs-
,,. t U seen. There is evidently a li-j.,.i-,;,,
on iu- part of M.nie radical members lo uu
j,, ., j-url ol Ihe mwclilcl winea mey nimn 1000
..; the I'-' session. But they will probably be
'shippi-d in" by the corrupt and scl&h leaden.
t i.vt fear that toch will be ihe cane. They
I, lV , been induced to vote for a referenoe of the
--r i f their own tenure lo the Bupreiuo
i , ut, where the leader expect to obtain a de
,, . ii i,i their favor. How corrupt must
. a a a -l J
ill, tune and moruli wjieii "enibie men can
, t., obtain such a decision fqem sneli n tri
., i1. It there is the .-lightest reason to believe
it tli l 'i iurt will render auch decision, then
should aiwcniMe iu mau meetings, in
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, vi r, l oiinty in the Mate, wiltiout distinction oi
lartv, fur thi V,rP0! f espreaiiig-t1.elr hon-.-t
indignation and opjKwUion to it. Hut we
i urn l H'rmit our-olf to believe that n ningle
i,i i r of the Court will hold that the present
I. vi-Uture docii not cease to eiis ou the first
Tii ir-day in Vvjriit 1870, if it entertain the
W arc glad to see thstarienvntiais-mjrrnade
o hsve an investigation of the management of
Western lMviwm of the W. N. C KaiLrund.
U'c hope the investigation will be made, and
(hat it will be thorough and marching. It U
s ii l that 3.000,IH0 of the bond were aold
.,., . i j ii .i
month- ago ur ooj cent in me aonar, inu
rai-ing the um of $2,000,000. But no pnrt of
tli is mini, it in Mid, has been paid into thctiand
f the Treasurer of the road. Continently the
icoiitractors have never Keen paid anything, and
have actually, it ia eaid, been considering the
i. -'urn of abandoning their contract. What
Urns Iwcome of tlic $2.(100,000 realized by the
ale of the bonds? Has it been invented a' pri-
t ale capital by the late President of the road?
I i- charged that it hat, and that it bus been so
n vested in another Slate. Are Uieae thing
me? We do not know; but when we consider
hat bribery and corruption are no rife in the
and a (o have been able to shape the legislation
lif the State at the last - ssb n, we scareelv dare
nntradict my cjiarveof the kind. Ily all mean
. t die investigation be had and the facie be
n ule known. It is due to the officers of the
road, as wall a the jieople of the State and the
private stockholders, that this should lie done.'
I loll- have alo been introduced into both
J louse for the call of a Convention of the peo
ple of the State. Such Convention is much
needed, a experience ha already shown that
our present constitution is defective in several
important particulars, and needs amending. No
uneadments can be made to it without the call
M a convention for that purpose. We are warm
ly in f.iv,.r of a Convention, and Uk every tl
fPcian, leve our fevorlte amendmente to pn
ose. liut we will not propose them now, nor
diCH the matter further, mm il would be hoping
iit hope to hoc that the preaeni leffUlntare
oulJ be induced to pa either or the biHe
hich have 'YlnKoilSeii: Ai feast WMrW
ir present opinion. Thre may be, and there
nuhtlcM are, anaiiilier of Kepuhlican member
M-rretlv favor the proposition, but the time
Jim not yet come when they can he induced lo
go for it under Democratic lead.
We learn from a letter from Rev. S. S.
Asliely. Siiperintendaut of Public Instruc
tion, that he will v'nut Salisbury on Batur
day next, the 27lh inst.. at which time he
will be glad to meet the county Coinmisioii
ers, fchool Committees slid the friends of
education generally. His object is to ex.
plain the present school system. We hope
the tneeliiiK will be had and that every fa
cility will be extended to the Superintendent
in the i!ischarK of his duties.
Rt. Rev. Atkjxsox, Diahop of the Dio
cese of North Carolina, made M annual
visit to this parish on last Sabbath. On Snn
Sunday morning and Sunday night preached
in Saiut Luke's Church to large aud ap
preciative congregations with the great
ability and Christian charity for which he isso
distinguished. On Sunday morning he bap
tized three children and oue adult, and on
Sun lay nijrhl he administered the sacred rite
of eonformatioa to eight persons.
He seemed to be iu the enjoy meat of ery
We return our thanks t the Salisbury
Lyceum Club for the c mpliineut paid us in
.lectinij ns an honorary of the same. It will
alfor us much pleasure to meet with thein
whenever we oau do so. 5 1
Thc EecUctit for December is on our table
and is a verv pood number. It is emhel-M
lished with a fine Steele engraving of Father
Hyacinthe, who is now creating a consider-
abl sensation in the religious World. Tlie
readers of the Ecelectic will doubtless be
plad to obtain this portrait of great French
I u view of the near s'pproach or the misct
ing of the Council of the Vatican the lend
ing artbsle on "France and the (Eaunienic.il
Counsil of ldff). will he found of special in
trest. It is a very able paper and discusses
the past, present, and probable future of
Rom.iu Catholicism, tracing the progress of
the liberal element which ia making itself
more and more conspirnausly withiu th
iirrh. The article on "Female Kducatioi
in Franee" is also one of much interest.
There .are few persons who, after reading; it.
will not have a clearer concept ion of what
lh Roman Catholics nieau w heu they de
mand denominational school.
It also contain , part III of Pro. Seelv's
sb s papur on Roman Imperialism, winch is j
ili- not imerestintf nf the m-rie that has 1 pwi.hd in A ne iea. to be presented
vet appeared. Address K R. IMtMi. ub- ....jiun, to each subscrrbesjto Ieino- !
hher. 1IH, Fulti.n street, New York. rest's Monthly, a Mnjrasine of practical ntil-1
&reMf in rayfomi'0 Wo learn thai
an extensive revival of religion ha takeu
place among the clttiens at Taylorsville. re
ei'utly, and that aouia tweuty peraous lutw
J'dnrd the l'.esby erian church in that place.
Cut Of Tlu Hand Ou last Monday,
two colored iiittu, IUfua M.CI, Uu. ..( this
place, and Hurt Hall, of Saliebuiy, gut into
a dispute about soutu matter, whe.i Burt
Hull, who held iu his hand an axe, xtruck at
his adversary, who throwing up Ms ana to
parry the blow, had his huud severed en
tirely from the arm at the wrist' The of
fruiter him taken before a mautstr.U nud :
sunt to jail. I hi I.
The XIX Century for November has also
been on our table for seversl days. The
promise with which this Magazine started
has in no wise abated, but its merits have
rather increasud. The coutributious to its
pages are not surpassed iu literary abililv and
.-n... k. .... i a it i
exci'llenco by any in America. If pnuierly
sustaineii ami eiicourngea, as it slmnlil he. it
will doubtless become a standard publication
in the South. Whether it will he thus sup-
ported remains lo be seen. It is be hoped
that it will
Address F. G. De Fontaine, Busiuess
Manager, Charleston, . C
TU Xwrlk BrilULaud Loudutt Quorlalu
Kerieict, for October sre also at hand, aud
are both very entertaining uumbers. The
North Britlish contains a article of great in
terest on the Musacree of Saiut Burtholo
men. aud the Londou Quarterly on the By
ron Mystery. They also contain inauy oth
er ar'irles of much merit.
Addrcssthe Leouarri Scott Pub. Co., HO.
Fullou Street. New York.
MAOiS! KRIAL kliSS IS MILTON
We Iciirn from the Chronicle that a
colored laily of Milton recently barf a hog
clandestinely killed, aud took out a war-
rant against Jas. ushiiigton a white as orthodox on religious questions it is lean
neighbor, for killing -it, because the dead i ing the rationalistic theology we yet do not
hog was found near his fence. The case i
was tried-befor ' Judge" Charles Walker, j
a colored .1. P. nssi.ted hv Justice .1,
who rendered judgment against Washing
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ton for $H nuu cost, or go to j nl on fau-
inir In 11:1V If., fi.il. ..1 In j aii.I
..... ;.. .il ' .ee..,in.l .1.1. L ...La I
('-- ... J. ..v ... ... t j , ,, V. , V iv oi.jVU
about an hour, when his friends bailed or
paid him out. Waslnnirtou then brought
suit against the Magistrates, Walker and !
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,,''0' 1 , ' 1 i,i,-, 1 iu in iev.iui.ll l. I. ueiiiF au- I
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legou niai mey uau seui mm 10 I an on a :
conviction unausUined by a shadow of :
proof. 1 bey were arrested by the Sher
iff and required to give bail iu the sum of
93,000 each, to answer the charge at the
4 . , o . !
n. xt .(Tin ot the ftuperoir t olirt tor the ;
,.n.u a. '
cuuuty. While tbe bheriff was taking a j
lunch. Walker scaled a filleen feet fence
Unci cleared loiu-ell for tlic ovinia line
wiiicti he eiiece. J iii gaininir , Jones
then compromised with Washington by
pi.y inir liim -j.ooo and agreeing to resign
an office which had brought him into such
X'ewrpev .Sub tj ncrii I v. it w agreed l
icinit ihe latter part nl the terma of the
cnmp.,and Jones will continue to dispense
justice to the Miltoniatia ''a wiser aud a
Father Hyacinthe Ercommunicated.
The Italian eiirrespondert of the I'atric
newspaper, says that it is undersold in
Uoiue, that Father Ilyuciiithc is rxconi
muuica'ed according to the rules instituted
al the Council of Trent. The statement
lint SLVcral French ltishops will delend
ihe Kev. Father before tlie CEcuinenical
Council is unfounded. It ia possible that
Father llyacinthe'e name will be men
tioned in the dircussions legarding the
liberties of ihe Gullican Church and the
jurisdiction of bishop over iuinae,cri s
of their drocise ; but there is no reason
to believe that the case will be made the
suLjeet of a speeiil debate at the iiieuoce
of any of the prelatee.
The Cofkkk Tkapk Braasil is the
create. Jt producer of coffee That known
iu trade as Rio is a Becxiliau coffee. Of
71.2.0UO.OOO pounds produced by the I
world per annum, lirazil furnishes 400,
000.000. mora than half of tbe whole;;
Java 1 40,000,000 ; Ceylon 40,000,000 ;
St. Domingo 40,000,000 ; Cuba and Por.
to Rico 2.5,00000; Venezuela 25,000,000 ;
Sumatra .5. 000,000 ; all othera, including
the. Mocha, 19,000,000. Tbe United
States is tlnr greatest consumer. We
use iu United States nearly ou third of
all the coffee consumed in the world,' using
nearly seven times as much a Great Hri
lain, with population not very far from
the same. (Jermany eomca next.
"WE'VE MUCH TO W THANK
FUL FOR "
We often hear the "homestead exemp
tion" in this State spoken of as giving a
I man too much opportunity to defraud his
creditors, and placing it 111 the power of
people not well to do iu tho World, to con
tract debts which they never intend to
pay, aud still own a fifteen hundred dol
lar farm, or town lot. This may be too
ranch, bat it might easily be worse ; at it
is at t be present -tiin in Arkansas. -
In that favored location, a mm is al
lowed to hold one hundred and sixty acres
of land, and personal properly to the
amount of two thousand dollars, and if tlie
property the "poor man" owns chances
10 be in a town lot, be may hold from his
creditor five thousand dollars worth of
property, subject only to taxes, laborers
or mechanics lien, and securities for the
purchase money thereof. Arkansas must
be tine place tor a man with a moderate
property to live and keen it.
i cii win j 1 mcs.
A Splendid Prize for the ImcUcs '. The
finest, moot pleasing, and costly engraving
ity in the househ dd. a mirror ot the fash-
N'trw AnvBRTisr-iBrrs.- Xnrire to Crvdiior hms. an I a literary conservator of surpass-,
M y (iulnian adiu'r mT tuterat aim .iriiein: er-iieiiw. omi.ii- i
NoUcs-If. J.U,'( hamUr- edged to be the Model Parlor Magaiue of i
t onrt Order Iran Stanly county. T,; magn.,iw. 2S by 25 Inches, is from .
Bua Ton Candy George Miller A S..n. , ,,1 entitled. "The Pi.-Nic '
IWrcst'. Marine and V..une America, i u th. 4tl. ohjely5 ).
Yeast 6r BaLing Powd.ira -Dr. KJ1L y- The paiutiny t..k a whole year, and is ,
Icoesideiwe the finest of the entire! f n-
; inerous pmnilar productions bj UVfi M.
3pucr, The engraving was tiki labor of
four years, by three etnlueut srtlsts John
Hogera, John HaJph and San. m l tlolleycr
the last upmcd haviug been induced to come
from Kurbpo to Ameriea exiireealy to firiah
it. The eiigrtvers have ably aecnled the
successful Ubora of t - iialntc r. ue hut
artists can fully appreciate the skill and la
bor lavished on this engraving. Thegeue
rul effect is very fiuo aud impressive, and
the delicate Ihiish to tlie hvaids will bear the
must minute insiiectiuti. 1 he uniouvf the
line and sliple is executed with uuuaual
ability, and their akillful romhiuation has
greutfy coutrihuted to the success of die en
gravers in this uusurpasaed proof of their
The work ou the engraving alone cost over
seven thousand dollars, besides the cost of
the coppyright. aud is acknowledged by Com
petent judge the most elaborately fiuishtid
large work of art ever eugraved iu America.
Fine copies of this tnaguificent Picture,
ou heavy plate paper, worth 91(1 each, are
to be given as a Premium to eaeh Sulnri-
, ber to Deinorest's Monthly Magazine, Year
Subscriptions only Thr.-e dollars, and Ten
, t ont (which is to be scut with the subaerip-
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Hun), fur the iHtstage ou engraving, (whieh
' wjpj )(.
I Securely Uolie lip ou a Mller.l
This is certainly the largest, most liberal
j nld spleudid premium ever oUered to single
subscriber by any publisher, and affords an
an easy ami eouom cal way for auy one to i
secure an elegant work of an, a Parlor Pic-1
tore thai is ouly nest to a pir.uo iu t" e way
oi oruamentation. and perpetual reminder :
,. n 'mj , i,i, ii ,, uplift iv i" , ,,, , i ii.'i nil..
I., i.l ,n i . mi inlu uiuv by every iruc Ameri-
The reception of this magnificent picture
will take ever one by surprise, and we do
not venture anything In saying that plO wifl
not procure auother that combiues so much
of interest and beaUty.
Specimen of the Magazine with circulars,
giving full particulars, will be seut to any
j given address, post free, on receipt of 15
cents. Aildress, DEMORCSfa Monthly
838 Broadway. N. Y.
The Westminster Jteneui for October is
also at hand. It needless to say of this publi
cation that in point of ability and literary ex
cellence it hns no superior amoug the British
Quarterlies. Aud whIe we do not regard it
hesitate to say that it may be read by a well
ballanced miud with both pleasure and profit.
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I ne present numoer contains several aoie
and interesting articles; the first one
The Quakers" bctar especially so. Ad
dress the Leonard Scott P ub. Co.. 140. Ful-
ton street Xcw York.
" AocnrxT of the great nnmberof wonder
ful CTRB of obftimUe and tairtertiie cases o-
, . , . . . ... ,
.SrmorrsA, DvsrEPSiA, Liver Dixkate, Kii and prosper you in ronr irood work.
Nf.Y Afktio, (.cxkral IUpIIealth.Ac,
miMje bv the eettUraUtt "Koskoo," it has won
the envimbU reputation of Immr tbe best and matt Mr. Holderpess i also affect fur the Liver
popular medicine ever dimemerid. It is daily pre- pool, London and (Holm 'iss Insurance Com
s rilal by phvuiciano, and recomnietuled by panr, which inaare all kinds of public r.n.l pri-
.1 1. ... 1 . 1- I . '
mwir iiioiinaiiii.- 01 uur w line. 1 orane
b ru-irjMU, Merchant e verywhere.
WALTER A. WOOD'S
mowers and Reapers,
Used in all countries, and univcrsaJiy
THE BEST l USE!
Awarded more first premiums than any olher
Machine manufactured, both iu (his
AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES,
Among "Inch is
THE HIGHEST PRIZE I
Tw 1 Grand Gold Medals and Croes of
tlie Legion of Holier,
At Paris Exposition, 186?
More than 120,000 now in Use !
20,000 manufactured nnd isold in 18G8
and tlic demand imsupplied.
sddillABal IwprovfMeols for 1889.
Wood's 1'rize Mowers, (I and 2 Ilorse.)
" Self Unking Reaper, with
" New Mowing Attachment.
" Hand Hake lteapt-r.
Lf nines' Illinois Harvester.
Manufactured by the Waller A. Wood Mow
inp and Reaping Machine Company. Oeneial
illice and Manufactory, Hoosiek Falls, Ileus
selaer county. N. Y.
Branch Office and Sale Room 44,Cor
landt slret, New York city. P. O. Box, 0805.
2o6 Lake Street, Chicago, III.
77 Upper Thames, St.. London
Send for New Descriptive Circular
and Pi ice Ltst.
Application? from the South, South of Vir
eiuia, should be addressed to the New York
liranch Office, as above.
KHU A BLK AGENTS WANTED.
Kxtra Imliieetnents Offered 1
M'-Cubbins, Sullivan & Co., are Agents for
the above Reapers in Salisbury.
'IMIK AROt'E IS TITK MOST A PPRO
1 print c nante that could have been applied
to thi valuable and powerrnUy influential fain
iin: rover. Its influence, over such painful mal
adies a it is reciuu mended to exert cannot
lie questioned only by those who hare not tried
it. Theie is claimed for it a-repntation over all
other preparations recommended for similar
purposes when they bare failed. BKAQXC
ha not. Keep it always in your family foritis
truly an enemv to XewaJffia. Headache. Tooth
ache. Earache Cramp i'nlie, Chmterm Morhn.
nuirrlutea, lyen tcru or RIoody.Flux. Dftpcp
nia. Sore Throat, Rheumatic fain, Ferer and
Ague, Sprain and Bruiiwt. fn tiamation of Kid-,
new. Xervcm ttebitity. L'otic, Ptun or Spasm,
oj mi character.
4'repared aud for sale by
Da. O. rt. POrLSOV.
Drnr gist and Apothecary, Halisburv. V C.
Juue W lS). 30-lf
Yadkin Valley Nursery.
Krttt THK FAI.T. CtV liVH A SO SPRINT.
of 1870. A larjte and full assortment of Knive-
ry Stock, embracing- Apples, peaches, Pesra,
i iuiaa, murine, apncwia, iiKwianwrniw. i
Vines. Uieat induceineuU Us purchasers in I
lV-r.-nal inpection or crres.ndenc selici
Jg?0" bei ..n ap hcatmn.
Nuy. S.lsCJt 3t
Allen a LUNG BAIaBAM.
TUB MKMEHV rOM Cl-KIVO
Contumptim, Coughs, Bronchitis,
Asthma and Croup, j
Ai an juxpocrorant it nan do sqnsi.
It Is roniioed of the active priuciplcs of roots I X,e reniniuder of (he Irnct will bedivided in
and plants, which are eheinieully i xtracuVj, to U, ,,. of any sto, frgtns ItKI acres upwanls, to
as to retain all their medical ipmlities. i (tt)jt pun liai t.
MINISTERS AND PUJH.IU SPEAKERS The above Uuid )c ten ..lib north of Hick.
lory Mutioii on IJie . . ( . HinlmHil und Will
Who arc so oAcli sOlieUd throat dimwit, H. ..,'.) on the moot riammiihle leinu.
will find a mire icniedy in lhi Balsam. Loself Aliply lo ! Wi'derignI at Rowan HI. HI, N.
gi and wsfera Mimetimes give relief, but lhi ('., rir to Jaoub W. Fowler who livt-i near the
llalam, taken a fw times, will insure a penna
With al! those sfflicted with Cnughs or Con
sumption, give this Balwun a lair trial, they will
lie pleased with the result, and confess that the
Sun Ilnnrily ujuHuii at Uil.
It it sold by Dn. G. B. Poi ijhix, Saliburv,
N. C. Ah
Wtid lbs tltcntloa ot lb uMb i Ikli 1. n ir-i: sail
Il bai beea latiTably klk'Wn Sir nior thin 1 w -n t v
I ,tvn. darlni hlch lime we lntr rrerlei Ihuio.n.l. uf
lellnionUI, tiowli g Ibl hirilielnv lo be an J ' nev-
.f-laillag reaieajr for ,1 ! chumJ b ar itcn,ltni
SiHUrn Crl.lt, Cuul,. Frier tnilgst, I'eadtrli
I'.IMi ,u. reter, Fln In the SMr, Back and Umi,
l writ III lb Jolali ami Limb. Nvuraleia
an, I Ihramani Fain la an pari a( lb
Tilrin. T..-I ami l'.,n. Id Um
brail anil faor.
-4 it Htfwi JWiprv rtntt Jbair for' the" Adfuwiw ar '
II teklom falln lo cure nrnpphi, Indlgrttion, Llv. r
Cemplalnl, A. 1.1 : xwU, llrertburn. KI4nCvniiUinU
Slrt Hrailarbr, File, t.llimtor Fbihirfr. ainreeem,
Bella, rrleat, Wbillova, 01,1 Sirr., Swrllnl Juinla, snJ
tirneral Debllliy of Ibe ft t.m.
u I. .i.o a i.romni n.l .nr. ni.ni. f,.r Tr.mn. .n.i
F.llnib.8ir..rb, F.ln..r. o..ni.r,b.
rM...rK..u..,vo. u.r. .,
Scald., Burnt, Sprain.. iul.r.,F,o.lll,tr.,Cli,lbla
well at lb. Sitae, of Inte.ua. Scwpmo.. Otalip.de., and
tbe Bite nf Folionout Inteclt and Venomaut Urplllrt.
Her Dlrrrtlom accontptjrlnf ri bollle.
Hem fis of life lflsraBer.
The North .tiucri. a lusnrauce fotpany paysiUiatlll tlie motlCV Will lie IcIlltlUed.
nrcuiium. nruuiiillv without eliarcr
V. II. Mill. IlK'RNrSFI. Agent.
North America Lile I us. Co.
TsoMASTttur. N. V.
Dear Sir : Yon will pl.-a accent inr sin
cere thanks for your prompt payment, inthout
charge, of Ihe amount of the policy of Insiir-
! ,Ke " !"v '"t'"1 moiinting to the
Fmor tnrM u.Hlars. At your ear-
;Siiuioi inrre iuou ittiiu uonar.-. -i vour ear-
, neat am reneated SolH-llaUou he was induced
to insure in Tour Company, and now we urethe
! reeipetits ot it benefits.
Tu you and the North America Lifa. Insur
ance Company e shall feel under obligations,
Midi as only ibe widow and futlitrlcss can feel
May rou bare success in inducing others to
insure m your most liberal company, and may
the Lord oi tne widow and ortihnr 9 bles you
Maboarkt C. Haubi
I 1 Kowan MilU, N
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III.' 1 1 mo 11 l- , iiaiinnu j-im-, ,i !- r ,n--
lories. Kounderies. MilU and Merchandise and
pay all its lic promply. .
I All l. 'u:. .aie..e.l to Mr HotUerne.il, at
1 Thoinoaville, X. C will receive pruniiit all.-u-
''!""" " jj .
a - . .. . ,
. missionary. u
I nlo remedy
for the Curs; ol NervoiU tVeakni
I Karly Decay, HiM-ii'e 01' the f rTTiary and Seui
I inul Organs, and the whole train of diiorders
hrousht on bv baneful and vicious habit, flreal
numbers have been cured by this noble remedy
Prompted by a desire to bench! Ihe amieteu
and unfortunate, I will send the recipe for pre
paring and ii-injr thi medicine, in a Healed en
velope, to anv who need it. Frci of Ckaiife.
address." JOSHI'U Tl I. '.MAN,
&lation 1)., Iti hie lloasc,
Oct. 1 6m Mew York Citf
Hon inciKiTMri butkus crxK
Tnr, wnois stokt is a kct-kusll.
The office of tbe slaach is to convert tlie foml
into a cream-like iwini-flunl. cuiltd CHYME. Tliia
itierTerted oartlr bv theaciion of a wjlveni. called
the caatric juice, winch exuues troiu I lie
the stomnch, and partly by ainacliaiiiciil movement !
oflhatorgan, which cliiirusasit were, tliedietolv-
inx aliiucut The t dtmk pause- from the suiaiack ;
Into tlie dnodenuut. or entrance to the bowels.
where itis snrrjetrteii to the actten of the bile, and j
the nun itioiiH portion of it converted ialo a fluid
called CVVLK, which eveutuall) become Idnod.
Now, it ia ciden i lhat if the (Treat wilyent. th j
snstric jnice.la not produced in siifflciest iiusntity.
or if the mcclianical action of the stumai h i not
utficieiitl' tiriK, the nrat pr,n:ei. oi Uixesiion will
he but imperfectly performed. It i ulao clesr that
If the liver, which pltys audi su iniKii-tnnt part in
ehSBpinit tlie nouiihinir portion of the chyme iulo
tne material of the blood, is congested. r in any
uimatnrsl condition, the aecoud proccn will not tie
tlxiroithly accosapllahed. The result, ot lliC .two
failures ja dyspepiiia. compluatcd with MHousosss.
Th mode in which H(MTETTRBH It'TTKHSop
erate in such case I this: thev inviirorate the eel
lulsr memhrsne of the atomacli. which evolves the
c.itir juice, thereby insunni sn smple aiiflicicncy of
tlic fluid to completely di.)lTe theJood. They al
so ant iiji, ,n the nerve of the Mtoiiiach, causing an
acceleration of the mechanical movement neeeiaary
to red ace the food lo s hamejeneous ...mass. They
also set speeitcatty nn the liver trenirtherlin)
it. and so enabling it to produce an smple and reg
ular sunply of bile, for the pnrpo of mnvertinfc
the notrtion particles ol the t hyme Into Chyle,
and promote tl panvsjre through the bowels ot the
In this way. HOSTKTTnU'fc BiTTKRl cure dys
pepsia and liver complaint. The explanation fa
plain, simple, pliiluMiililcal. nud m t. nov 6
Assignee's atale.-NOTICK IS HERE
by jrieen lhat I will expose at nlalio Sale, at
the Court TldnSe in Sub-bur v. on Friday tlie
10th day of December, A. D.. 189, at 12
o'clock, M.. tbe following properly belonging
to the estate ot Wm. M. Barker, Bankrupt.
. L All tliu notes and accounts belonginc to
said estate. Terms Cash.
Nov. 12, 1869 46 3t Assignee.
sou Hi i n Sootlfinfr Syrnp,
Far CMUrsh Teethlsg. Chsllt. and Grtplsg f
tbs Bswtls, Ac. Ac.
I TS, FREEDOM FROM OPIUM, MOR
I phine, Ac., and strongly recommends it to
Mothers and Nuraes as it i, liy a great odd,
the best and safest Medicine in use, on all tin
ills incident to Children Teclhing.-
Bubbed on the Hum, it aoftens and leiwen
their tension, thereby allaying the pain ami irri
tation, whieh is the chief source of the unrct
and fiwfulness of children. It give tone snd
t renin h to the stomach and l-mcl-, and prompt
ly relieves all apasraodic puin iu them, arming
Suffice it to say, that thoe who once uo it,
will never want anrthine else.
At E. SI I. US' Drug Store Pslisb-irv.
Nov 19, 'KuU (2t-46)'
Pure Kye and ('orn Whiski.
Distilled in th Old Style, Pure and Un
adulterated, at th
Old North Slate Distillery,
njfgm XTTTflV P Itrt T
IjliUUl, &ULJL, & 0U., TOp $
( HlRLOTTi:, . V.
ALO, Want to purcim.-e o'0 or 1000 head
of Cattle, and pee u 48hvt CaJ I nroa for j
Cjrnand Rye, jiilj 2 iO Cm i
fftluble Laad (or tails
rpilK SHu iWlir.K OFTE1W FOB SAI.K
TWOTIIOl SANH ll K HL'XDKI'U
ACRKS of valuable Land iu Caldwell (Amnty,
line tract of FOTTR HI NDRED ACKl 58
with a valouble ATKK l'tlWKK, on
I'onir Little River, sii'lieiuii to drive unr
.OIIOIOI, VI IIIH, II,,,,,.' ,-., ,,,,,
, ,1 ami ill : m.,1 imditioii.
nr ...i.;..r.' iil, ,. ,1.,.., .,l,..-,',-
- Uiii. Jr.KI.MIA II HAli II I M i KH.
I Auit. 12. I80l.-3ftl Bowun .Mills. N.C
TO THE LiADIiJS.
THK Rabscribar liavinr been siipoiatcd sn
I Aev Familv ISewiua Machine,
' nl nil Ha attachment i.lfrr Ok same to the Ladies
ut Wcxlem ramlina.
Thi Machine liallener s eomiisrison
n J u II o thcr Machines. Il will di more ditterfiit
adi .I,' w-S; n.l:.: ,7..: w ti
in .In.ost c vciy varieiy ol Chronic Di-ease
J,vcrtnvniied. efccomiiuv i wealth, then why not
, ,,..,., 1(e.t -
' T,(.sn MnchillM flNl l Ill l Hllttid to
give entire Batixiacuoii. n iney iu i
t ) give satisfaction thev tiiay bo re
Inrned after a tr al of two tnoiillit
Machines manufactured erprcsslufor
SHOE-MAKEUP, HARNESS MA
KERS, TAILORS, &c,
will lie .applied lieu ordered, at DiaDufactDrer's
ill phssi' rrnd for
i spccissena ui w o-k unu eireuiais
Sslisbury. S. C.
Jane 18. 18A9.
THE ARLINGTON MUTUAL
.1 Virginia and Southern Institution
ltx Funds 'ire kept in the South.
It has met with unprecedented success.
Its fortunes are CDttddisiied beyond an ;
1 ,',;,-,' ,''.
tl i- cuuilllellt, II li
1 li la I,.,.-
tnn In of ri",imilinilv
ir.ctnrs. ot p-.p ,,u;liuin a
no bueiiwss capacity.
li ha isulili! e l il i laii.1
millicrii i ,,t i '.ii.ii i
f K K s I 11 K N T ,
JOHN E. E1MVA11DS,
Wit. 15. Isaacs,
I - , . i . ST,
I). J. Haiusoox
CIIAKJ.ES H. SMITH, M. D
i mi ii. anvmea, ukkcsal aet,
C. Cabell, Jno. H. ( laiboune
HenrvK. El It: on,
William V. Taylor,
Samuel S. ( 'ottiel.l,
Am mm der.
It. t:. ;V. bakcrvill.
Samuel ('. Tittdy,
J. Vi . Allicon.
lieorge S. I'alner,
II . i. Cuockley,
H. ('. Cabell.
I. .1. Ilattsotdt.
John C. Williiini.
William O. Taylor,
A. I. i"
Win. H. rsaacs,
Oorjre I., llideood,
Samuel M. Price.
William Willis Jr.
rho. J. Krun.
j. , isiolt.
j. y (Uiirli:,
yv. H. Tjlur,
J. K. Kdwards,
A y Mokes,
j Ki Morton,
- n il,rell.
William H. rainier.
LEWIS C. HANES. Ai;t.
Feb. 12 ly Lkxixuton, N.
THE COLD MEDAL
Has just In-i'ti awarded to
CHAS. M. STIEFE,
For the tiert Ttano ronr raadr.nvpr Rarttmorf, Phil
adelplda, and Nc Vork Pianos,
npricr ana wsskhooxs:
JVo. 9, North Liberty Street, near Balti
STIEFF'S PIANOS have nil the latest improve
nicnr. Iiirlndinr, Ihe .Kgruttr Treble. Ivory Knmt.
snd the improved French action, fully warranted
for Ave year, with privileire ofsxrhance within
twelve months if not eutirely satisfactory to purcha
ser. Second hand Pianos and Parlor Organs alwayson
hand. Irom S54I to 300.
Kcfercnces. who haTe our Pianos in use:
Cen. It. I.. Lee, Lexington. Vs.
f.'sn. II. ft. fUn, Hiartotte H.V.
(ten. Robert Itansnm. M ilmington. N C,
4Jov. John Lctclie . Lexington. Va.
Meiwiii. It. Harwell A Son, i'hsrlotte. H. C.
Jsine II. (.revnlce. Morgantnn. !C. C.
J. H. Smith d. W. Mellon. Chester, S. C.
, Its) lirow A Bern hsrdt are agents for tie sate ot
th shove rclebmtcd Pianos.
Pianos sold at Factory juices. ji:ne 18 ly
Dealer in rocevtes
GtiiH aud rrotkrry V.arr. Wall Taper. Vic
daw Shadm. It., ir.
I nnvrr n'liLininn fiv.1: in nr' n,l t
he sale of Cotton, Grain, Naval Stores, Tibac
eo, Dried Fniit. ie , on Commission.
COURT HOUSE BUILDINC, j
apHI 0 14-ly
NKWHKKN. N. C
2ACESS. THK UNDKItSlO-NKD
wishes to obtain for his sj.sier a Isdy
.t i.o 1m had several years sooceaelnl ex;en
ieix situation leaclt, in a family or ot
eiwie i!iC osii.-il brnm-he of an Kri 'li-i, ed l-
ration, music not inelmlcd Adtip'ss stnii ;c
,t,rf. v utV. JOUN-'U, Tll.LI.Nt3 1A.SIT
.l8 21 . Sah-. i ? C
II IG II LJT CO N CE N It RATED
The great Health Rentorer!
Xot a Scciet Quack, Medicine.
Formula n round the liottc.
PHEP-inED ROLKLT BV
Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE,
Ih'waie r,f Counterfeits. See thai Di. 3 J.
La-wreuce, ( hemisi. NoiMk, Va . ami the word
Konkoo, is UnUfH mi MryuMol each bollle.
Koskoo is elidoiseu by the best physicians
every where. I;,-., i ihe 'lotlowing from Dr.
Tii'cry, a i,cceslul prst ininin r o) mai.y years
siacding in Ibe OU Ntrth State:
Bu.ky Mount K'lgccombe Co. I
Sent 10. lM6ai I
J. Lawrence lknr birr I hsvc n-d
your Couceiitraled Fluid Extract of Koskoo in
my pracliec with tl happit$t result. 1 findil
lo be a Potatrid Liver luvinorator, Bhod Pu-
ritter aud AVrrous 7bnir. In all dieaei of
I ,, ,., a,..l..l. un,;..:. I
- -- V u. V ..... wjj 4...III..V, lll IICI IUU.
a . ; io
Us use is unhealed. Uopiug you may meet
I j.i, ..- ,,.,,. .,;,.i, aJL, . i .,,.
f.ci..,e r ...l;..1.U ...,l,..;.,... I. '.I. .I.k
ui'jch respect, vour obedient servant,
R .C. TlLLEIlT,
From Dr. Fentress, stl accou'pliid.cd and ex
pel icuoed physiuaii ;
Sept. 13. 1860 I
Princess Anne Court House, Va., J
J. J, Lawrence, li. P. -Irar Sirf I have
care!., Hi examined the formula, as w.-JI as tlio
Tliesputic properties ol jour Koskoo com
pound, and have prescri I ed in k nie stubborn
cases ofCbmnic Liver A flection. Dvseriterv.
Dyspepsia, (Jeneral Debility, iic, and always
wilh il.e most graiilying results. 1 fiud it to
I be a splendid Tonic, Alterative, and Hepatic
; combination, aeeomplisIiuijT its cot;stilutioua1
ellects without tue sllhltt debility ; in fact ll
ffive Mipott to tire general support, white its
alterative effects are being produced. 1 cheer
fully recomnn nd its ue to .t.he y:ii,'.u:. .
Yours, truly, J. J. FsarRise, M. D.
Kosaoo cures Scrofula iu ill worst forms.
From A W Mills, a prominent and well-kuown
met chant ol Norfolk, Va.:
No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk. Va., )
September 15, 1S00. J
Dr. Lawrence Dear Sir : Vour Kokoo has
worked woudcis in my family. My daughter
has been a sufferer from Sciofula since child
hood. She lost thirty-one pieets ot bone from
her ankle, several hum her arm. beeiucshaviiiu
ulcere 111 seveial parts 01 uie utmy
condition 1 oonsytneiiccit takimi jour
- .. w,vv , n. aui.ai i in iiii 11, ... , , . 1:1-1 Jc I,-
, ! al
iculth criativ uniiroved. It
jMuiuLuvtAUK J-Cltdiiv '.rinncl, soffrring, and perhaps her lif-.
H KsriTTlosKod fl CTmWWiWffiriif.
' f.eti,,ll(. inn l ,,...,,11 'i'-., iitr..,l m i, t.. r.(
uyspc(tsua, Irom winch she sntlcrcd greatly.
She is Dow m be Her health than she has been
in five ye: is.
With the highest regards, I am gratefully
your, &c, A. W. Mills.
Koskoo, the great lnviyoralor. Read the
following fiotn tbe Rev. Joseph K. Mai tin, pas
tor ol ecy thapcl, Pottstnouth, Va.:
"This is to ecriuy that myself and wife have
used Dr. I.aw fence's Ko-'koo, and con testify to
it? beneficial ellects. 1'revious to takinp it we
wcic in a condition of debilitation had no ap
petite, nm) Miffetcti tiont sttdtlen and olten vio
lent attacfcuof headache mid net vciimicss. Two
botlles (it Kuhkoo ha unproved our general
beaiih, arid we reyard it as invaluable, arid
most cbi etluliv recouimeiid it lo nil who have
need ot nivijjoinior. Toms, &o..
Jogtrii E. MjinTiif.
Read the following from Dr. Goodie
peri'Mieed and successful ' specialist,"
Norfolk. Va., Sept. 19, 18C9.
Dr. Lawrence Dear Sir: I hae prescribed
your "Koskoo" for Sypln'hs in its various forms
wnii the in, At -:iii-i,v 'in results. I hsvesat-
ri fled myself by experience, lust it will CURI
thai iI'Oi-jko- in im wurst and mn.i malirnaiil
! stwjjcs, and eradicate every taint from the sys-
ti in. i ne bvosko is certainty an aners'ive oi
exiraoidinary power, and fully deserves the
great popularity which it has so rapidly attain
ed. N. A. LI.G0DD1N, M. D.
KOSKOO ! !
CURES QHROXIC RIIEUUA1ISM.
Norfolk, Va. .Sept. 7, I860.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence Dear air: My son has
received so much bti.tfit Iromyo'l wonderful
Koskoo lhat I cannot refrain Irom expr-sstnjj
my jrraiiiudejJ ifhd trietl almost everything
without benelit. I believe, in all sincerity, that
your Koskoo Mfrn Infallible Remedy foi the di
scae irom which be has suflered, and, fo far
as I can learn, but never failod. If you only
knew tbe ininirt.se amouut of suffering that he
hns undergone, that' you could conserve ihe
value ot Mich a remedy as Koso titat surely
cures. The great amount of good it is nose do
ing among us is inestimable. 1
With much gratitude, I sm respect fully
you:s, &c . Mrs. at. Ii. A. Ksuiujr.
Dr. Lawrence Lesr
treaiert by several skiliol ph.yMiiiaus tor liyspep 1
i-ia. Chronic Disease ol the Kidney'. General I
Debility, &c., wt'I, out bcnrtil, us s hist ref
I eomiiienced i lie use of your Koskoo, and am
pleased to say that under its use my health has
been entirely restored.
I am sir, with luucli respect, your obedicut
servant, II. It. MxAaa
No. 5, Market SL, Norfolk Va., July il, IStiO
PaciCc, Franklin county, N ,C,
Sent. 11. 18G0.
Tlits is locettify that for a long time I have
suffered veiy iiun.li from indication of the lifer
and constipation of the bowei.. snd trid sever
al remedies, but n-ceived do bem fit uiiti! I
commenced taking Wkoo. I took ti c mcd
cine about one iolUi, and l was cuinpteiety
cuieJ. and have remaiinil wet. 1 know ol
several cures maue oy ".osito, and coiitiaiiy
recommend it as a go vl medicine.
- Joan IT BsUL
I'on Sam bt all DitpoGiT.s
i'&Iir. Lau-rente's Woman's JriCA
iuts diseases pcculia U Fem ties.
'. Fur wile 1 y Dh. Q. B POUION
.. .t": ftn Al Oiecary, Siduibury, N.C
J! ST ARRIVED FROM m YMK!
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of goods av r offered in this iruiket at pnet
tc suit the limes, bought for CASII, and after
a heavy decline m price, whereby ihey can
and w ill bo aold lower than any in ihe mar
ket At Hourertott'e.
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods of every de
scription and variety At liuutrtoH'e.
An el, r ant .--')' I in, n- ' r.l- -',! !
At Ujuei ton's.
A ?p!endid assorlment of Hats and Caps
An assorted lo! of Hardware arid Cutlery.
A i Ilowertons.
A very superior lot of Qncenssvarc, China
and Delf A t owertone.
All grades of Sugar, Coffee, Tea and Molss
sea At atssrvsw'o
A Choice lot of Confectioneries
At J lower ton'.
Fiue and Common Tobacco, imported ITa-
. VBcv, s,ud V a Grant Ci-
iivu cr tun a.
A complete assorlmcnt of Liquors d al)
kinds and grades At Jlowerton's.
For Medicinal purposes only Moore's eels
biateu seven-year-old double- rectified - Kentucky-Whiskey
Eerj variety of Yuc Notions,
Jn J!ne his slock has beau teVord with
great care to meet EVERT W'AIiT.
sW" CaB and examine it it will not cost
you anything to do that But pout Ak For
Credit. His motto is "PAY AS YOU 00:'
IWCOUXTItY PRODUCE of ttcry
description taken in exchange,
Bank Notes and Specie taken al i! s
Highest Market Ratea,
Jkt W. XX. Hoxertoa's,
SALISBURY, K. C.
Novemlr, 5, 18C0. 44 Cru
GROVra & BAKER'S
181 Baltimore Street, Balumore.
Points of Excellence.
Beauty and Elasticity of Si itch.
Perfection and simplicity of Machinery.
- Using bo th tluxaJs direct ly from, the s-pools.
No fastening of seams by hand an l no waste
Wide range cf applicaticn without change
The seam retains its brautj aud firmness
after washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by
other Sewing Machines, these Machines exe
cute ihe most beautiful ami permanent Km
broiaery and ornamental work.
For sale by ANDRKW MURPHY.
oct 151 Sslisbury, N. C
OUT TUB BUST.
rr TBI om.y MM im lursovan
OROIDE GOLD WATCHES,
Msoufactured by THE OROIDE WATPH CO.
They arc all the best rosVe. Hunting Cases, finely
cliaxed; Long ami wj au i.iss rise oolb, and
are equal in appearance to tbe I c gold watches
usually costiog IIM. Full Jeseled Levers. Oeuts
and Ladies' slaes. at tl each
OCR LH)l RLE EXTRA KEFIXEH Solid Oroide
fJfiTd Hunting f min, KolUeweTed IVera, are t(ua
to $!K)U Oolft Watches; Regulated nna ftuarnMirs
t,i keep correct time, and near and oct tarnirh. witk
Kxtra Flnct'ases. at WOench.
.SO MONEY IK REQUIRED IX AIiVASrr.
Weend hy Lxpres sbv here in the tiiitedHtatrs,
psysble to sjreiitou delivery, i'Ji the privllepe ta
. j.:. Slid examine he fore paid for. snd it net aatia
faetotv returned, bv a inir tin EspTeaS charges t-v
Onoda will be sent by msii a Itr;:alered 1'scksjra,
jirepiiid. t y refidins; esshlndTiiv
Tl , l" f' I' - &,r. tl. I . .
I ., , , ni ..r . . It i .'Lst t.AlM ntr.
n aicu irrc, maxinq acres rt am mi pre fvv, ar
.Veres $20 Watch jvr $120.
ai-hi klcuant oitoiPKroi p rnaivt. ef
latest and most costly styles, for Laiiiessnd Henr!
men, from 10 to 40 inciter lon,f . at Iv. 14. (a, sij.l M
each, sent with wstche.al lowest wholesale price.
Glal kind and ia ef wnteli -nqnired sad tc svo.d
hogns coocerop order only frow
IHE OHUIUE WATTH ro
aov 6 Sm 1-W Fultoii, street Xw Iprtc.
WORTH & W0BTH,
THE nndeiaijrned havetliis dav fnrnxd s -onar-
j co .hip for ti e paree.of settauing tb ' i.
' ( osmssiai mhos ninna Braissas, the lmms
t i. s'lrrMdl. in li..- !.l. Arm mS WitUTIt V
liUMr.L. sua y. i.. nuuiu. and anae by atnet
tienticn b the interests cf their hji'iiper . rui
friuads, to f'te irood aatianMSton to all wi s -y
ttfor tiieji wiji ttcsiaess. . vv.ii.in.
V. G. W)TH;
wri.vLSGTos. y. a ow. im, im.
AitiM.I fnt N. V. and Sorta I'aroliua htoain.Ua
Lire. es-mi-Weekly .
fhilaSelp'da an.i SonC'm Mail FUaaialip m
ii . i to I'lulajr'p'.ia . ,
MbiUi'a Ijn New Vork Hail Pa ku.
' Caj t ea.- 4a?ainhM'l Ltnenf Hivcr Boats.
Dealer, ia '. Hon.. Ir Tnjs, l.imm. P'-tm-
r. riw. It si. f'ei-iv. .& Q-.Xi.u aed Ua- .. '.
St44' i'uo,di. u. vrf lAtrt,