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THE LEAOQfq A 1 KICULTi'RA L JOUR
NAL OF TIIK COUNTRY,
I'll EE FOR ONE YEAR.
The American Slock Journal. A Ant-elm
nmnthlv, containing o- large double col. I-sgc,
iJi led lo I nt in in- .in.l Stock Dreading, oootain
mc regular fritm-iii-rrttt- rt-iii mi Farm, r,
Dairyman, Stuck Itreeder, Wool ti rower, and
Poultry Ko'kt, Ac, Ac, Ac., Illustrated with
n, Microns tine Iiigraviiiv and bound in hand
mmuly tinted cover. Farmer will find thin
tiiHiitlilv a very erlicient aid in all the depart
ment of Farming and Htotk Rroeding. It low
e.erinarv De,H,rtn.ei,t under the charge of
f.w- of the nhlel rrofe-or in the L nitW Malea,
who anwen. ihrungh the Jotirnal.rea eea.u-jr,
.ill iiiteolnm relating lo Kick, Injured or Diaaa
.1 llorx, "'tie, Sheers Jtwtna or Poultry.
Thw every Mbt-riU-r lum a Horn and Cattle
We are now prepared to offer the AMSBKAX
Stock Joi k.s ai. waw gift tor one year, to
ill acr Sttbteribcrr or renewal) to TllB Ol.D
NottTIl Ktatk who aha 1 1 aulwribc imnicdintelv
ami pay in advance. Thia ' a rare aipportunt
ly which ihv intelligent pmple of our aci-tion
will no douht dnly appreciate. Wml in vour
antiacriptiotiK at once uud aecurethe .' . Jour
nal free for a year.
New AnvEHTi-rMFNTs. Public Sale at Sa
hni, N. H..-K. Ih-io, Prea't. R. K.
Sale of Corn and vnriou rai T vid .tock, by
Joliu . 11 iitlerxui, adin'r. lie aural read tike
ch:inKe in tkialt r;iinnmit.
Moore'a Kuril New Yorker,
lidgcwi rlli I'cnuile Seminary.
(iriHvrie, Frui', etc., etc., -At Ho-crIou.
.( nun Oril. r from Hurke Coumy.
Court Order from Montgomery- Coi.ntT.
MiYii and C iMMisiac-i. We fniiPthe
ticket which we give U'low in the Eraminer of,
Monday laat. Thi ticket hanbecn selected and I
1 .,.,, l ., ,1... ..j 1
Men' Association, and other gentlemen.
It is a good tii !cct.
for MA von:
JOHN I. SH VVER.
FOR uMMJ-mi lXEIW :
i:ut WarJ.S. E. Lisrjs, Jylix A. Sst-
N -i'a K W.-
Nx-f.i 11 W,
F. HABi:n. T. F. PROWTt.
. XI. IlARKKB. J. S. Mc-
K. H. Ma-isit, Dr. C. A. Hcv-
Jt3r ;-.-. D. II. Hill,
late of th'o Lvyi Wt
I, i', propose to lUrt.a n.-w weekly p iper in
t:u .. ni'Cliirlott.;, to be called tho SoiTllElia
("ov-ekvative. It is to bo devoid to the vin
dioitioii of the truth 01" S jtitlicrn Hiatery, to the
prps.TVitioa of So-ithe-rn ("h tnctcriatiis, to the
d.-V'.'I-Tm -lit of Si ith tii U -o ir -es, u;i lor th.
ch tnjeJ relationa lo the LiW Syitem, anil t
the a li-.iicem?nt of S-ith.Ta Interest in A ri
c!ii:ii: , M;niug, M inufanturinj and the Meelian
In ad lition to the coitrsb itora- frorrr the old
c .r,M of w.-itor of " Tiis Lw I Wo Love,'1 the
arrvice will be necured of tliorouirh men of
Science, and of Practic:il Farmers, Miner, Ma
chinists, &:. Term $.J,0J per annum, in ad
vance. Tut: iVt.r.Ttc for January hw Hscn receiv
ed. It eo i:ains fourteen aeleoteJ artielej from
leading miuine upon varous aubjecu of im
port 1:1 ?, Historical and Scientific, besides Po
etry an I t!i h i.il Literary Notice in liort,a
mist attractive table of contents. It i also em-bellish-.-d
with a very fine ateel enjravin; of
Sell i Iter at thi Court of W.-im ir. T.-rms : Sin -gle
n itnbcr 4" cent. Yearly subscriptions
A I irct E R. Pelton, publidier, 103 Fulton St.
New York. ',
Tnn Miltis CaBomcLE i to be m?rgd in
the IliUoro' Rienrder, and that paper is to be
m ich enlard and improved. It will he edited
anl p:iMi:3d by C. N. B. and T. C. Evana,
who hire heretofore publuhed tiie CkroiueJf and
R,rJr. T.iey are both eiperieneel editor
aril pil)!ither, and we predict that under their
ra liiagcinem. the R'cord r will b.-eome one of the
Ix'-t weeUly newspaper in North Cirona- In
pli.i,-s it will b.1 Iih:rril, keeping pace-with the
prigrc a ofpeeni; and buttling agiiivt the pre
j:i lice of the ti:n?s. Wj wiah tlie-n the moat
ah mdant ajoceas, both pecjniarily and political-
ly. ". : . . . . ,
Moobe's Hubal Narw YonKi.it. VVe in
vite the attention of onr readers to the Propcc
tos of the kmrml Smr Yorker. We have bccD
receiving the Rural for more than three year,
and can conscientiously say that it is tRcbcat.pa
pcr of its kind with which we arc -aciXnivlrftcil.
it i. a huge royal gnarlo of 1 8. fsges, ptblifhcdj
weenty. making in a year an tnim,cns l.ook 01
Valuable reading matter and furnished to siAgie
subscribers at $3 per year. The, Rural It re
markable for its eminently practical character,
.i.id the very many valuable hints aud saggea
t in w!nc!i contaufs all that arc really useful to
ipersona enuieil in thcjvnrloi: porslt3'ofBctive
life, it aloo conttiins, in ila great yarn ty, much
that is irtteresting to th-jw- whoarefohd of ligbJ.
ir readiiie. 1 : :
We It .am that Mr. Andrew Msrrphy aiidiM.v
tar Willie Blackmer ".re nja?e4 theltiag np
club at litis place.' if yon .wish to--beeirme a
BiiWriber join tin. cljb, and yoj will gt .it tj
v-. jO per jrv.it . - f
uary ii.s been received, an I its pages perused
with njeiuMirc '1'he j.r.ijtrietorf have fulfilled
tlji 'r "pr.vnise -to its r.i.ler in the last numbtr,
u:. i intend still further to merit the generous a
j 0 haj'i'.it which 1,-is been extended 4o it by its
ii i.neroiis patron.
A fries- Kilioit, Tiiomtts 4 Tslbot, Boston,
'.; oN-rr:i f-Ti i F.'.Riim fc r December
r taWe. I; is the first number which we
n, and -cci .1 to justify all that lias been
- . . . . ' til . .M. I
.iJi.i. li . k'Hit"
1 - zrz z5
I AND B9XM XTS
I. ivr seen
sai 1 j-, 1 1
. b 101 1 rat
fail will .
lion, .s ;
by r'.t1 Stijte pre,; .It eii
rs Thippcn (t Ilaney'are. we believe,
i.-;o f rulers of targe exptrionoai This
iltl much to the va! .e of the pitbliea-
sript!..ii price, per annum.
&. Ihiney, editors or. I proprietors, r
,. . , ; 1 , , IS I
' i uai-..-T;o.v. In iMibliahin ; a I.e. of tbie ,
... i for
we e !ii!"M s b.,,1 !mr; n-). i . .i bv Cor..
sr- l.-.st week, the nanie cf Mr. Kiatler waa
j ri iteJ r n-..i !v. It ahol,i have been Wei- j
Md-m .. Kiuler'an I n..r WtJlinHiiii C Kii.
I t. s jariuicd ls week
gratified with a viait ou
6y, rmi .nam i". nefm....,
ing .111,1 aeieutlBc attainments, and a Oeologi! of
twenty year exerlene. Ha ram hare after
aontc michlnerv, which ha had shipped to tl.U
, ' , , . . , . .
foiat, for tlic purKHHs of working the Christum
Ooiu Mine, In Montgomery County, of which
ho I now the owuer. In regard U the mine of
thi, and many other niinaaia- Hwrrh Carolina,
Dr. Stavcuaon diAUr with the late I'rufomor
BaamoaM, He believt jib.. be vastly richer
ami, snore valuable than did the latter, and, act
ing upon hi own judgment m the matter, he haa
invested exlcuai vel y ia them. He gave it a ki
opinion that North Carolina vu richer in Min
eral wealth than any Male or Terrikiry in the
I 1 inn, eaoept, pcrluij North Oaorgia; V
wiah the i r the moot abundant Miocea in hia
eflitru to deaelope Uie iniaea of thia Mate.
tJT Tub Homestead Law hot been deci-
I.hI l,v Jii.I.w Itr.-.L- ,.i' 1 1... I Sli.i. In.
uncotwtltulional. Th a, our
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, reaaera aaow, mm aiw iva been our opinion, and
1 we have often do dec.' red without aaauiliug the
i law per m. Thit decision by Jodg Krookawill
, n(A mMUUr afle,t ,,lc ,,. of ,e
OB,.r th"" who "V be o unfortunate a to Iwva
judgment obtained againat them in the U. B.
The Vti.mxTis Stah Wh it baa become
of tbi" aprightly daily T It baa not viaitcd our
aaiictum for more than two week.
J'tdiritil Outrage. Judge E. W. Jot ea, of tie
2d J i.dicial Circuit, iwent(jr, ordered tii.it Mr.
Iligg, eilitor of the Tarlmrv Sautkei-nrr, ahnuhl
bo debarred the privilege of practising a a law
yer, bovane he ' Itigs' had offeudel the Judge
'Jonc. by a political ion he made in hi paper
in regard to tue condnctof the "aid Jmlg. Jone.
Tint" we ee that a Judije of the Siierir Court
of North Carolina, in tlieae modern tiiue. take
advantage of his siiin and awer to "tide and
abridge the frecsloni of the Pras.
Jiulgv Jone i the man, who, in 1H63, while
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l,i: ,i r,,r -.i.l, l...
was made in the Lcgialature to impeach him.
He i. a nice feJIow to undertake to "title the
urea anu miuKe wiiw, unur. jsrmic tu.
FaTBTTBVtM.B WaWTEf! R. R The
President and )i rectors had a meeting a few
d.t uga, and ordered the road lucuted, on 1I.1
rHitv recently "iirveycil from Joneaboro' to Snl
ilurv. We have bu n, a' is well known, anx
ious for the road to go to Salisbury, and a indi
caterl aome time ago by u, we prefer a route
running un Houth side of l'ep Kiver -for in
stance from .l.nii -U.i..' a now seli-etcd. Thirty
mile or 111 re of thi Joneaboro route lie in tur
pentine country, has few hills or atrcum", i san
dy and easily graded. It run near Carthage,
an imporlont point, and passes through the rich
mining country on head waters of McLennon'
Creek, aniHn Montgomery. The Legislature
inual amend the nnstent charter to enable the
ro:id to go from Joneaboro. We have pretty re
liable asurance that aome twenty mile wil
soon be let out to contract for grading. i'uy
The Cominj Democratic Lender. Judge Th'.lr
man, of Ohio, who succeeded to the seat lately
vacated by Mr. Wade, has given indications by
hi numerous and ready utterance of the paat
two days that the Democracy ha at last found
it Coming Man. That diminutive ixtdy in tin
Senate haa suffered a aerious loss by the difc.at
of Mr. Hendrick, and it leadcrhip hu hith
erto been uncertain. That doubt ha now beeu
dispelled, and Judge Thurman ntand forth a
the most authoritative exponent of IH'niocracy
in our highest legislative btxly. His speeches
ycst.-rd.iy indicated remarkable acutrnesa , a a
debater, and allowed the ex-Chief Justice of
Ohio to be an accomplished parliamentary tac
.icisii. l:i unfiling courtcay toward Ids' oppo
nent, hi franknc and fairness in coucciling
every legitimate infi-rence from their facta, will
undoubtedly give him great cronal popolaii y
even with the senatorial majority, who recognize
him a a focmau worthy of their steel. t'arwry.
Tub X. C. Railroad. We umbrs and
that this rowl hut just received from l'hila
delpliia. two new aud elegant sleeping cars,
modern style and finish whish will be im
mediately placed 011 the road.
Ina short time, it is tho intention of Maj.
Smith to run 'a fast schedule about thirty
miles an hour which will ina'te the same
time via Raleigh and Wnldon M Washiiig
ton ami New York as ia tiow mad'via
Oreeusboro'. ami through-nasaenecrs will be
taken Iroin Charlotte t VYcldon without a
ehang of eara, Ooinjf North, the through
train will leave Charlotte, almut 4 o'clock. F.
M.. and Raleigh about 1 A. M.t for the
8utl . The road -bed of th- whole route
from Charlotte to Woldna, is ir excellent con
dition. nnil the efforts of Major Suiit .
to pxpedi'.e travel and to provide . for the
comfort of tlu' passcu . era, is worthy of nil
, f rise.
: We are oertnily gratified at this contem
plated arrangement- it looks like business ;
and dispen-.es with that greatest of annoy -ahces.
cbungingca s at Ureeubboro. SUm
dard. Rbd Out. - P. A. WiUn, E-ih.
Senator Irnna Stokes and Forsyt lie, Iris
I. ci n read out ot the R.ipnldican party.
In a cittcus of the members in Ruleigb'
1 few iii(.'h!a since, at the call of the rrdl
of ill Repitbticnus, Mr Wilson's nnm'-
.was dropped. The head and front of Mi
VTihinir offeiuliug is that lie is an limn m
and declared thnt no honest member
would he in f.tvor of holding over two
years' longer 1 and lei denounces tlicex-
-trttvag.iiico ami frauds of the party, and
.dea ,al h cull nt.u a pJ o,"i'i ihe Hiimtc
.trt e''-tAe..iid unctirth raacality. Win
star-Sctitf'r)tl.l ... ,
I Ir '-Jly a. deefsibn from the Ptisl of
fice Department, country papers, wi,fi
iirsiile or ou.'sjdc nihited it r city offices,
ont of the conhty where the paper is
jliublished, will not bn iltoweil to go
through t lie mails .without prepayment '
We clip the above from IVtnieroyV
I3Knmcr:rt. Thrrc nre three papers Tn line
Slate with "outsidec" piiiittd North.
Look sharp "outsiders". Grrenboro
TI10 tVadVusho.-o Argn$ says: that a
nerro man living on the plantation of Mr
Fei.j Mania, near LilcsviMe, hy t lie namp
if.l,uk Ilinson, waa recently burned to
death by arcideaily
Oen. Howsrd, in
falling into the fire,
a recent lecture in
Boston, staled that ali lliat be remembered
who bad acquired a love for strong drink
flu-fore fhe.V were sixtl-cn yearK ' Vtf age
were already in tli'-ir graves m my from
the immediate i ff. ct? of drinking.
M. Bergir. a member of ihe Prnssinn
Clmmber of Deputies, was knocked down i
- - - - i.
a few weeks back in the stre'its of Ib-rlin I
by th Ciiiri.igi-of the Princess liarlcs
lie has now commenced an actktrv-agiiiuat
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ll.'ltl U liLIIOtC OF lit"! t U'lllldiitl
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injuries produced by negllgetlCO."
tfi v - ipn i.,i: j
1 be henmemc.il Council lias adjourned i
rrr to Kpiphany. The PtfS said : "Be
sure ol co-operation witli tho AiuericAn
H,. - ,
1 - The four leading paperjof Jew York
! - Tin Hmdd (i runt's measure b that
practical roan. In
the reconstruction Vtasineai ha "Imply look to
! the aiacution of tit law. Hi pic for the
n "f j P? wg"'
iKivmcnl will meet, with the general pprOOa-
tmi, ftK country. It .onaiders the tncagc
1 mum -ronnittail ou Cuban attaint. It ia a good
The Timet ay the
The H oi W any : toThi I the weakeat mea
age ever aent Iti Cong rea by an American Prea
nl.m ' ll cotiaider that the meaaageaettlea the
Cuban inajirreetion agatitat the patriot, and on
financial affair it l too quisotic and chimerical
for aerinn coiMiflcralinn.
The fcteatwe imuihier the meaagi a M of
the wie4 and moat indiciou ever tranamitted
to Congreaa, and preoict it hearty approval by
the American people.
Ox account of the great number of wonder
fill ci'BBa of aiftaatc and inreUrate case o
n iion -a DTarrrafA, lain Dibate, Km
kby Arrm i ions, Oemebal RadIIbaltii.Ac,
fnade br the crtetrmed "KoaBoo," it ha won
the tnciahle repulatim of being the tct and wt
ynptilar nudieine ever dinrvreretl. It i daily pit -acrilied
bv olivsieiim and mximinetidtsl bv
III. Ill, ......injlinit 01 "III 1 -s .l.tMtin. , VI Wt V
by DrisgBUta and MercbaaU everywhere.
Advici a by til, ocean cable state that
the Hi iz 'I. in Ministry had rcsignrd on
account of the cntitinnanee of the Paraga-
avail war, 111 opposition to their wtbea.
The Sultan of Turkey is the ami of a
1 'ireaian alave, once noted for the sink
ing beauty of Ma lather's kareni. Hia
mntnrr, lioar All nia woman, was viatietl
hy the r.iupri- l.ugeme 011 her late visit
to Conntaiitiiionl .
A breacb of promise cane in Detroit ! January, and all whowishtoiiadcrat.si.il the
turn upon the ijucation whether the tic- true philosophy of ht-alih slum! I read and sm
f i.dai.t intciid. rJ, hy ctiehwinr a len fJfcJ? lu ui
roac gyrrauinm to the la.lr. In iiae that to Bn s.",;rvlj; nictleuT t realise ou iTm?
, m 1 , i , . . 1 rauae, iirivnitioti alio enri i a grt.al varn lv ot
langungc 01 nowrrs. 111 which caaa me
innoci-ut leaf would have uid 'tkon rt
my choice "
A ( HiiMutn Pom'ter h.art a keg nl
1l.ii1iH.g1d powdi'i; and one nigh: thiiilgut
he would see ll it waa goon for anything
1 . 1 t ... I rttt
ny tiinnviiig .1 ni'iip into ititi nie. 1 in
lump jumped hack into tliu keg, uud the
building was without a root in a rerv
- hurt time.
For the Old North State.
TRIBUTK OF KLSI'ECT.
It behoove u, the surviving mCmlter of the
.',iiiii of Back Creek, to express our sorrow
while we record the premature death of otir la?
loved and esteemed brother elder, Jacob F. I
liooPMAX. Has uot the hand of too Iseenlaitl
heavily upon the church of Hack Creek, and
especially it esion ? About fifteen month
since our beloved and excellent pastor, Kev.
W. 0. Watts, was taken away by death, in the
midst of his usefulness. And since that time
we have lost three elder and one deacon, all hy
death. Yet let us not mnrmer, but 1kw in
humble submission to the w U of lleaven. "lie
at: i 1 1 and know that I am God."
Mr. Jacob Fisher Goodman waa the third arm
of Jacob (J. and Sitpbia G.iodnian, born July '2,
lrt'2.'l, in the countv of Cabarrus, N. His
mother died while he waa young. When tif
Icn yei r- old, the family moved to Kowan,
alamt fifteen mile west of balihury, where be
rem lined with the fainihr until he entered hi'
twentv-tlurd vear, at wnnn tune lie wa mar-
ritsl (M. loth, Is 1 ,, , t.. Ilia Mare
' n iv, daughter of the late George Knox.
With her he in ed in complete harmony and
love i having a jierfect congeniality of feeling.
nod r used an inleresliiic
I.tmilv of children,
four in numiier, who with their mother survive pleased to noiifv vou of the benefit which I have
to mourn their loss, which however is doubtl s ; received from Allen' Lung Balaam, having been
hi eternal gain. troubled with a cough for several year past, the
B t the most interesting period of hi life was ' Balsnm was recommciided lo me. I immcdiate
not until the 1st of Mav 18 17, when he, together I ly iwoeiircd it, and found it lo relieve my couch
wilh his two older brother, professed religion, ! "we readily than anything I ever tried. My
and cast in hia lot with the neonle of God in ! Wife haa also lists I it with most satisfactory re-
Thai very night be erected in hia
hansc a family aftar, around which he ever af
terwards worshipped with his family, never
omlting morning and evening prayer. And
b f .re bis death he aiw hia children, all except
the youngest, members of the ssme chinch to
which he belonged, ami in which he was chosen
a a r lin-el fcr April 2 Ith, 18(50,"" performing
the duties of that office with great satisfaction to
the people for the space of nearly ten years.
A a member of the session fie was alwars
modest snd unassuming hut e'er studying tiie
peace and prosperity of the church, ever ready
to unite with any that would meet for social
prayer ;hc last suggest ioo that he msde in the
meetlagof the sessien waa teetah sk a Weekly
pmyer-aieetinir. lie was a great h ve of thi
Sab'b-1 srbool and would always be punctual
in attendance, ready to take the place of pupil
or teacher. Oh, how wc mis him, both in the
sessional meeting a well as in the tSabhath
aehool and prayer-meetinpi. He was univer
sally esteemed and beloved by all who knew hi
modest, unnssuminir and .-r ntle behavior. To
say that he was a kind neighbor would Ik su
perfluous, for his vcrv nat ire was kindness a
Very aflectionate and loving husband, indulgent
and mild father. By kind treatment and per
suasive measures he governed hi family, harsh
words and austere looks were foreign to his
He greatly desired to c his children walk In
the! wav of the Lord. He w:is an humble and
active Christian, and humanly speaking, could
ill. he spared in either Church or Mate; for bt
waa a 3 ry nscfu' man in b'ecommuniiy,altboi;gh
ilia H.id niilv a common hhttiish cdiieaiinjk lie
hail hi e 1 chosen as fine, of the Magistrate of
Mount I ilia township.
But as he drew near to ti e end of hi life
his Christian character brightened, and hi
spiiiiu.il joys seemed to increase. His hom
made l.im not ashamed: for the last day of his
earthly existence Ins soul anticipated the heav
enly scene, ami in his enraptured holy (Might
he seemed to forget alt auolunary things - oaee
he was no buoyed up that he ntt. red aloud the
word. "Tt-tui shalt then be with me in W
rfts." Finally on Thursday morning the 4lh of
ovcmhcr.-Iiiri ransomed spirit winged its wav
tn the bright world on high, in the 46th year of
his I lie, leavemg a surviving partner and btor
children and many friends to mourn their lo.
"Let mc die the death of the rigliteoist, and
let my last end he like hi.
John f. ftrr.wABT, 1 r,
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OUT THE BEST
rtv rur nu.v uM'ia iMraovxn
OrlOIDE GOLD WATCHE8,
Manufactured by TIIK OltOIHB WATCH CO.
rUay aie all li e best make, liiiiilirtt CsC. Jinslj
chased: Loot ai wraa Mas wnx ooi.n. and
are ei,ii.il in apa?aran(e to tie l est f;ole watel.r
usii.-i y coat' njr $Mi. Kull .'eseled l evers. Cect
and l.aoies'Vze al.ltft ech
id K Isil BI.K KXTIlANtFFTXRn Solid Oratttt
Cn'n HaatiajE t tc. i all Jf etl !.. . are equal
to ft si (;.,;d t at- la; ; Reralated :ml fiiiarsBMrfl
to keep enrrc 't timt. nr.d wearaad net lari.isL. witL
Kxlrs Kins ' 'aae. at llr" each.
mi Mus'i.Y I-; iir iinHKi) tv nTtrr"B.
p tyabls to anient on delivery, with the priviIeK te
ii-ri and PXiiipine Lei. if o ' for. and if rot aatia-
iiu hi r-'l'o sa ai.v wisprriiiiiic e uiiru utiea
fiftoiy fstnrnad bv paiB(t the Kxtre chirgr
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toto.ta vlll 1st sent hy m at I s : t .teicil Package.
ptrpaid hy f: im c-ash in advance.
A Aient scrrknn for Sii Watdtet sett an extra '
WntcAree, tnoJAa tevrn tlS alcas Jtr $80, r
AI.S( r.l.tJisSf (lttllK)OI.D CHATKS, f
latest and moat cnatlv atvia. for Ladies and (tent!-
man iroui mio to m, ira it.ns.si tit S o. aim
rh twUh watches at io. est whoU.1, pri.-e..
Mate kind anil ait of a atch mtuiret.. aod ta avoid
synt coocerss order onlv from
thi . 1 17 . 1 1 1 . c u i thi crt
t'lt. ' It 'l l, ntllll .v.,
ao.s - .ta ls l-'ultoa stnatt. Ka York.
opikioxi or tub raeaa.
No article evcr.atlaJMed to aiich anbotinded
popularity. OaUn OaaciW.
An article of jreat merit and virtue. CVacia
We ran bear tcatimony to the efficacy of the
Paha Killer. We hare acen it magic effect in
in nonfiling the aeverost pain, and know it to be
a good article. CWtnaaM Ihiputch.
A pedy cure for pain no family houhi be
without it. Afevyi 3Voaan-ip.
There ha nothing a yet BfpjBJ the Pain
Killer, whkb i the intaH valuable family medi
cine now ia use. TVaae 'ryna.
It ha a real a oril ; a a mean a removing
pain,i no medicine ha acipiired a repuiation
eoual to Petrr Davi' Paia Killer. Sevport
( Ay) DaUy Ar.
It wonderful jmwer In rellrvii g the moat e
vera pain ha never la-en opiulliM. UurlingloH
It i one of the few article tbnt are juat what !
hey pretend to te.-lti Mniirirt TfUyrnpk.
Our own opinion ia, that no family honld be
without a bottle of it for a single hour. In lck
wound, ache", pain", "ore. Ac, it i the mot 1
effectual remedy we know of. .Vera, Ait. John, 1
After manv vrars trial of Davi' Pain Killer,
we advina that every family should provide
themt -lit- with an effectual ami -j .lv a p.nn
killer. .Im'rf 1 S. .V) (i.itcltr.
The Pain Killer of Perry Davi A Son we
can confidently recommend. We have ii"d it
for a length of time, and invariably with auc
eea. Chnad ' '
The Pain Killer is for aalv by Medicine Teal
era generally. doc 3 I m
TIIE Ji:AT riCTOKl.VL AXNTAL.
H.sitetler'. l nite.1 States Atiu .nac for l570.
for distribution, woh, throughout the Fluted
Stale and all civiluod countries of the Western
' llelllislihere. will In lillhli.tiril :ilsn'l fit.- lir.w.
d!M!MC1l f 5, fmbraoi a large amount of inform v
1 tion interesting to the merchant, the mechanic,
I 'Iia miner, the farmer, the plant, r, ami profes.
1 uoual man ; a d the calculations have been
i malo for u. li meridian mid lutitudi' a arc
most suitable for a eorm-t and comprehetisiv
The nature, uses, and extraordinary aanltarv
all'ecu of llDtsTKrTKIfS ST M.'l 11 151 f
TKHS, the staple tonic and alterative of more
than half the Christian world, nr. fully u forth
in its page, which are alo interslHivcil wiih
pictorial illustrations, valuable wipe lor the
household and farm. hui:iorois nnecdote, and
other iustr'u tii e and annislriu reading matter,
original and .elected. Anions the Annuals lo
apja-ar wilh the opening of the year, this will K
one of the nin-' lH'f:il, and n m Ue liml f ir th
lukinij. Send for cdpics to the I Vntrai Mauufac
torv, at Pittsburgh, t'.i.. or to the nearest dealer
in yoSTETTEirS STOMACH 15 ITT K US.
The ItlTTl'.US arc sold in every city, town and
vilhujr. and are extensively used throii);hoit the
entire civilized world. the 3-ltn
TeBIT SOOHOISED ABROAD.
It i but six years since AI.LKN
BAI,AM, was'lirst ollered lor ale.
qualili.s. was usn made known at 1
S LUNG j
lome, and I
verv anon its fame w
r... 1 ...... 1
it is sold in nearly every Inn Store in the Fni- j
ted Stale North, Fast, Koiith snd Wtst. No I
1 '-.. 1 tin atiit itt .it ,
similar medicine stands higher wilh the ia-ople.
It i- well known 0:1 the I'aeilie coast, ana liber
al demand for it from SnaCFrancico, tiurn
wcutg in Califumia, and I 'orifand, Ori-cun I even
from Austtralia, hirtre orders are rerVived for itjaw-ho may wish to pmehaae a part, or
Ami throughout ( anada, it is well ana fnvor.i
i kiown( and sold every aliens.
Iltarf what Capfnin Footer vrittt :
Pobt BfBvt n.i March 2.'bl, 1869.
Mcr. rniitv Davis Son .Sir.- I
Your Verv Tmlv,
Capt. I). FOSTER.
Capt. Foster is a lup owner and builderer,
aiding at I'ort Iturwell, Canada.
It ia old bv l)u. O. B. Poi'uov, Safiaburv,
N. C 43 I in
A Clergyman while residing in South Amor
ic as a missionary, discovered a safe and sim
ple remedy for the Cure of Servous Weakness,
Barly Decay, Disease of the Urinary and Sem
inal Organ, and the whale train of disorder
brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great
nnnibers have been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted bv a desire to benefit 'the afflic'ed
and unfortunate. I will send Ibe.ceeipo tor pre
paring and tuning this medteins. in a sealed eiv 1
velojie . to any who needs it. Fret Charie.
Addresi. JOS K r It T. I .N at A ,
Station D., Uihle llouss,
Oct. I flm New-Turk City
50,000 Fruit Trees.
el . LIKDLEY A fj k pvorwielors, of the
NEW GA.KENi'CUSfcftifcS, Or crislsJro
N. V. oflVr- for sale .ittXKj fruit irees, eon
sisving; :4Vi 'AWl'V, 5TANUuVRD AND
DWARF; PEACH. ' Stated j and dwarf
CUJKiErV pLUMS, r.'K9S .
Nec:.'Mtrs limp Vines, St rawperri, Ac,
te Mr. LtiiKli. m recejved""premfums for
the Fupuricv cxosilen'v t,i" his fruits at all the
Stale Faint ever keki is North Curulina. Or
dtr sobiite hy W H. iloWKUTo.v, Agent,
Salisbnns jy. O
Advantages of Iiie In
gui'anoe. Tha Virtb AnMrkuln-Branfte r-ni.pany pnyjlta
premUi.ns promptly without i.lnv'-s.
W. 0. J.JLPWtNFri. Aeent,
.Jiorth Aowrksi Lid: ius.,Co
TaoBtfrrtuji. 51 C
' Dear Sir : Tim will ' ptefcja asstN.pt fay. sin
cere thanks (hr your prompt ptyuisnf ; in'Mos
ckar'in. of tfte'atnount of the noiv of IiiMtr-
aaoc on my iiiis.trsu s iau , anion:, ting to tne
sfc . - ..X m j t I
Slllll ttl lllltJ lll. It U It It lll'llttl.s, t t I'li.l till-
nest and repnuttsi aolieitationhe was induced
to inmire in your ('simpaoy.Aud u'W wc .tie the
reeipents of its Ixineuts.
To you and Urn North America Life Instir
unee Conipany we shall fed under obligations,
-act! as only the widow aud faibtxleis: can, fuel
May you have uevs? in lrifliiclng i.tbers ti
insure in your mo-t liberal Company, and may
the Ijord of the widow and nrpbai a Lie.- you
and prosnor y.m in voir (rood work.
iiABOABET Ci lUSBKB,
of Kovian Milis, N. C.
Mr. Ilotfterness is also afcut lor th Liver-
pooi, Loudon ai:d GlobrrKiKB Insurance Coip
pany, whieh in,nre.sall kin-Is of p.;!l;c a'ndjiri
vate building. HailroaJ Der-iits. trid ires Far
teries. i'onndcrifs, Mills and ilert'haodr.'.e and ! V.
pajTS Bll 1 lo ses, prompiy
All Lstte-s addressed to Mr. Ilidderness, at
Tboniasrilie, N. C will receive prompt at ten
lion. dec 3 if
. !-, claiuis tp
ALL PKRSOJfS 1IAV-
(rain'stllie estate oUolm V, t'loii-
lelter. der'd.. will nraaent thenKtii tiw iinHersiRMs l
at the court il" i-- .u Saiislmrv. on or bt-fore liia
Hratday ef December,'.!. I'. ,1870.
St. W. (.l)fDM.f. A,!,n'f.
Nov. 1. 1869. 4T-6w-
in him: it nspostrtH,
a veiilt siviTtrSlk, resi. isukdst
L f. TtlM, k I 1. BtADLLT. Jr..
AT CH&tTtt, B. C. '
TSUMa-:Dvriabl n aslvaae S Ob
LOOK OUT th RAGLE STOtE!
TWO STORES t OnBI ED
TE HAVE JCST COMPLETED
1. m w. ..11. 1 aupply of fioodafrOM tl Eastern
Market, which is acaiMiwhrdaetl bv all to l the
Urgent stock ol tiotxls In Wtin 01lh (.'arollna,
greater portion of tliriu parcbaardut t lie ManulfV
lions, or tUe.r ajreu!, cuaalattat follow, 10 both
DRV GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Staple and Fancy Pre tioou. romp'ete line
f I. .oli.-- Pre an I r'uiniahing ttooila. 1'anttiood
Notions, Hats, Shoes,
anil Hoot. ( large stock )
manufactured expiely for n in Ooaton at Nrb
port that rveryboit- bii)a them .
It nwtKK Iron, t'astlnira Mori Hadil!e and
Sadtiiviy tlarilware. Carriipe Tiiniminya. Hole, ta
per. Harness. Patent aud Kuamel Leather, Ualng
Drug, Patent Mrdit inrs, Dy
Stuffs, I rt..v, TannrrS Oil.
KrrosrNt: and Mnstcd Oil.
nil the largi si stock of bawis Itart ett Bnck and
ether note I tVli.tr I ' I'hroaael'rern. Velio v and
other Kaacr i.'ulor ol I'aluta. also l.'uitiaj(( loth
I of all iiiiinlr.
1 We keep our atore sspf.'lally for
C R 0 C E R I C 6,
I which ; lli liiisrtmtosnrntneaiid at. )AIIk
CoBee. sW Bar e's Molasses In llli'd Motsasea, Nw
Or'esn. 1 Kite snd itA'des S nips It. n Is n i d
l orn Wkikay, tallsmns 1 'h:iinian. Krenck
Brandy Slid Aie. Hide and lila'tin- li wdr. til
kin -lit of nns.'tionsrie. 1 rackets soda. rniors.
s'niilT suit c?iri at nisHufai tnrer's price, tllalnd
of Kli.' I'm1 Is. Cov listers. Ac. We keep on
tiand 1 V.lai I ail. Uaik!pti ami other bUudaid
sliiil'ntr aud Varus t Fm t.nv Prl.e.
Our Mil It. J. HOLMES haa taken great
piide in jirtinig up the lii tat stores-ill Noithoaroliaa
and ion Lave sfiersd uo trouble ur Diuiity. in
fc wVloLESALE AND RETAIL
eslablialimcnt. He know no ntl.sr tlouse rsu offer
la-ttai imli. snisnu It.an w do both, in Wholesale
1 tnl detail trade. Wr buy all kinds of
PRODL'CK, EITHER FOR CASH
Retn-iubcr the EAGLE STORE !
57" Thsnkftil ftir the vary I.I rrjl pati.ouce riv
en inir o!d itrni. smith FoaterA 'o . wt hope Ly
Fair IKra.iii. a rentinanr S ll"- "anis.
sMI I'll, FiJsrKU. IHU.MKSA co.
w. t. swirn. 1 hum j. Hoiwrs.
too, i. Fosrea. it 111 ' roaraa, jr .
Salisbury. Ie-. 13 IS'9. 13 lv
It : litis
Town Property for Sale !
DYvVIRTl'K OK AN ORDER FROM
1 ) Rowan Superior Com I, made at Kali Term
IflfiS, I wib expose lo public ante at the Cou't
Mouse in Salisbury, on Wednesdav lite 5th day
ol January l-,.i at Uui. ., U, the lollow
ug propel ty, to-w;l :
fjn, Acres of Land, known as the Murphy
latitat ion, t Hides bom Salt dairy , iuimesiUte-
iy oh tl:o itesterii C. Kaihoad, which is
well adapted to the growth id Col too, Tobae
co ard (iiain, coi.taim about .")0 acres of Bot
torn ami Meadow Lands. In order to suit all
this pUiilutiun, I have divided it into three
A Valuable House and Lot in one of the best
neiphhoi hoods in Salisbury, fronting 'M4 feet
on Inniss St 1 eel. and 400 leet on Long Street
and 'Ji'l feet on Coitiicil blreet, known as the
John Murphy property. This is one of the
imsd desirable residences in he town.
Persons desiring to examine Ihe above pro
lierly can do so by applying to the subscriber
111 Salisbury or to John 1. Kiee on the plauta
I lion. Jems i'J months credit, I he im, chaser
giving bond and apnroved Seennty. Tille re
lamed until purchase monev is paid.
J. 8. McCLHIUXS,
Dec 7. lfiD.-49:4t Commissioner
SCHOQL F JR YOUNG LADIES!
1MIE FIKjtT MONDAY OF JANUARY
I INTO, will be opened a School for Young
Ladies, on the corner of Main and Bank Streets,
Salisbury, under the general supervision of Prof.
J. R. Wharton.
The services of experienced and competent
Teachers will la; secured for the several depart
ments. A limited number of benetk-iaries will
T rat ms Common English Branches
iK-r session of five months, SIO.oO
Higher English Branches, Latin, French, l'J.oO
Vocal ami Instrumental Music, 20,00
I sc of Piano, ffor practice,) !i,60
Drawing, raintin;, etc., extra.
Contingent Fee, 1 ia aoVaare,) . . 1,00
"TflTlOB PAYABLE MOJCTIfl.T.
Those desiring to enter pupils will make ear
ly application lo the Committee.
IA A. IA JM, 1
J. J. BKI'NEIL Com
J. a Mci EBBLNS,
Salisbury N. TJec. Ttb, lSog, 13 3t
State of Worth Carolina, )
ST.ixir CorjrrT. I
Jejaepb Marsl'aii, Adin'r of Jas. Smith, dee'd.
. , against
John P. Lisk and tv.fe Sopliia: Joseph -Haskell
Bjinl i'fe Margaret A:. CI arlie Austin and
wile Francis, .Sarah Il)td, heirs at uiv ot
Ja.nes Stnitl d al. 1 "
I'etiti'in to sell land ia mat aefs.
It sftpeariug to tho stitisfuctiorl of the
court lliat John P. Lisk and wife Sophia,
are llOn-reidellts, of tins State, it i Ordered,
That publication be mads Wecl;lv.Yi siisucces-
sive weeks 111 lly 'UIU .North Stale, a newspaper
published in .Salisbury, N. C, sitmmoning each
ail said defe ndaiita to beaVid appear al the oflha
ol 1 1 is t?V.4P;4rK.' tjiipeiior itiuit el Stati'y
Countv. on the ljih of January 1S7H, then and
Itiere to answer or neiiiiir (o aalil p.i.t.nn, or
;he same wilt he tak 11 pro cottjtuo and heard
.)fjrk as lo
U'itnejQi Jami-s M. Red wine. Clerk of our
-aid eon: t at office,,., (he 23 1 lav of NnWrntW,
rSTfiK J. M. BuBWiNE, a a o.
4o:(5w:r- fe. $10.
Xfortb Carolina, 1 ScpiRtot-K Oet-iT,
Stably Cok.ntt. Fall Term, 169.
X. S.' Mo,, administrator of Thomas iloss,
Roland Forrest and wife Jane A Forrest, A
A. Moss. M. A. K Kendall, C. V. Moss,
Thread-id and wife M M ThreadgiU, J. C.
M. ss, V C Moss, and Wil.ie Movs.
Petition to moke fteil F-t .te .itsete.
' In this c.t-:i it appear. uj to thr sttiisfaetion
1 1 ( Thee.vlrfiil and wife M
M A E K.-mlA C '.V M.m an 1
J C Mo-?, (it U rdiinls in li :s picoediug are
nun-resislViitst'il' this State :
J licrt-fie-t", H i e.-ileted"l y iVecocrt that pub
lica'ion ! made for s?x weeks in ' The 0U
North State" newspaper, notilying the said tie
fen i. its io appear before the Jnd-je of our
next Superior Coort to be held Tor the cuntj
of Stanly at tiie Court I ron in A'lientarle, or.
ihe first Monday in Jan'y. 1R70. tben a"d there
lo answer ineieii-ic'n oi ire p i :K, uieil in
If '"'.t, i J IVJtllTTllfc Mill IV l.iht Ii jVf V WIS ( ,
t ittus. J JL Ke:wioe, t lerk ol the ?iir)s-
riorr...ol Stanl. Penile ...Vi... it, 1 1 . I .
...i; o i .i.- r s...: .".' "a A Vttts-, :J,f!r'or? two, uU continue .it
suir, t in ,, tataj i .'" :.i Jjf., J Cvif '
J M. REUV LNE.G Sl C.
47 -Gwfprfte $J0
THE EXCITEMENT AT
STORE Still Continues !
CROWDS ARE I 'OIK I NC IN from
all parti of the country to see their
large and clrgaut note, ami their large
and pie 11 did
STOCK OF (;001)tS,
which i larger and more complete than ever,
and to get their uppliea where tbi r ranfiud all
dVscriptinn of UihmI at the Lowest price.
They are reoniviug additiuu to their stock a'-
They are encouraged to keep tbl large Stock
of (loud from the flatte.iri evidences that ther
hail and are still receiving irm.i the citiiea of
.Haltslnir)' ami the tunoniiuing country.
The remainder of their Stock of
WINTER DRESS GOODS
will be old at at coat and carriage, to
out the balance of that ela of Good.
MOCK Ac flliOWN keep one of the
largest stocks of Dry (ioods in the Btate.
RAXDOlsPII i?UIRIlGS and COT
TON YARNS, at Factory inrca.
o.OOOjJs. 4-4 RANDOLPH SHEET
'.NC8, IN 8T0UE.
600 PIECES PRINTS, ASS0RTEP,
1,000 yds. PANT JEANS, at all prices
A full line ofCasslmere Cloths, Beady Made
ROOTS At SHOES, HATS, SOLE
LEATHER, BOLTING CLOTHS,
COTTON' RAG 01 NO AND
TIES ; a large stock of
SUG AR, COFFEE, PEPPER, SPICK,
TE AS, SODA, Ac , always on hand,
AT LOW PRICES.
MERCHANTS will fv,A it greatly to
their inteieat to examine Our stock before
m.ikitidLijiiii'li !.-. s iii i Ida market.
FlJmV CORN, OATS, HALE and
LOfWE COTTON, BEESWAX, TAL
LOW, RAtJS, 1)1(1 EI) FRUIT, Aic.
buiighl al fiigbest uiiuket prices fur
CASH and BARTER.
ty We cannot close this notieo with
out expressing our kindest regaids to the
citizens of .Salisbury and Country gener
ally for the very large aud liberal patron
age extended tn us. Our intentions are
to deal liberally nnd fairly witli everybody,
nod to sell Goods as low as any bouse in
the State. MOCK & BROWN,
Whoi.ksai.e ASiD Retail MicncntxTs
dec 17 2m . alisbury, N. C.
THE ARLINGTON MUTUAL
A Virginia and Southern Institution
lis Funds are ks.pt in the South.
It has met with unprecedented success.
Its fortunes are established beyond any
The Compnnv has capital and assets. tealBstitt
lability that ill cominn favorably with anv Life
Insurance C'oaUMBy on the continent, which is tht
true teat or resxu.bility.
ItsaAiiriare cantioasly admialstered by selected
Directors. orreFponaiuiltty and awttnast capacity.
It uaseatabliklied ita claim to .NiutLcraf atronace
JOHN E. EDWARDS,
viea racaiuBKr, bbcbbtsbt.
Wm. U. Isxals, D. J. UaBTaOOK
MKI ir.M. EX A MI N Kit,
CHARLES H. SMITH, M. D
lkoal aiivissb. okshhh lamr.
H C. CAIlEI.I., JNO. II. t J.A I J10K5
WiilistB F. Tsylor,
-sanuiel S. ( uttrell.
I.' I. A Mil ill.
Tho. J. fyans,
K.M vusrlaa, ,
W. IlsTysai, -
J. K. EUs aida,
J. jlxMnrton, .
R. It. mferell.
William H. JltDSTj' ,
AS M, WW.
Ib t. flsfcerHll
Ham ue I C. Tardy,
J. VV. A lost n.
(eorsa 8 fairer,
H.l. CaocW.'ey, .
P. J. Hsrtshok.
J mm'. William,
ri'll.iant iii Ta vlof,
tt P. Abeir.
Vim. B. btsse.'
Gorge I,. BideoodV ;
Lfx'oto, r, c
THE GOLD MEDAL
lias just beeu awarded to
Cff AS. M. 8TIKPT,
Tor th bett PfSno bow rnrde ovtr Ralt.moiai Pliil
adelphia. aud New York Pianos.
(.I VICK aMi u s ii i-! . ois.
Xo. 9, AV.'t L,hcrln Street, near Haiti
W ire Street,
HAL'l IMOKK. Mn.
BTIEPrs PIANOU uvs an tea lassst Improv. j
menu, ieclmiintr the Afn.ep Trebiaw Ivcrv Krcr.u j
iiu.i x .mi i. t-ii r wri tefion re'ly warraninl
for He tear. llt innheaof ea.-banfc witWti
t civ icodiIj if notkutirsly taliafactorr uj purcba-
Secoad hand Pianos sad Parlor Organ alwars o
band. iroratcJ to 300.
K.iferenees who have onr Pianos la to-
Cen. H. E. I.aii. LfXiCFton. Vs.
en. D. U. Hill. Ckarsfitte N.C.
-Oen. Robar Htnvoai. !!':!mii:rlon. H O
0v. John t.eiclie . Iexinfloo. Va,
Msur. It. Burwell A fton, rbr!etie V.C.
Jamss H. ISrecn.es. kloeiraiitor. . C
J. U. KmitkA li.Af. ktsttoa Cha-ter. . C.
t3"nrofr. A Bsrnhardl sr sgcuta tor tte Salso!
tie abo eeiabrated Pianos.
Piano ao i at factory price. nae to Ij-
VTI r 'Mil kl !'V , ll it'll ......
" "v.m- S ' " & E.Vl ir.KAJ
vstsa.u stiu iiuu.iii me sn e as lorunrtv.
Address. KKV. E. K. KOiJkWKI.L I
. . 1 .... 'I .... . .1.. . . r .
Statesviile, Pee. 9. l-sRJ
COM 10 CKIl FLUID IITEiOl
Tiie freat lltnllh Keaforr
Not a Secret Quack, Medicine
Formula around the Bottle.
Pi: ETA BED SOLELY BT
Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE,
OKOANIC ( III MIST.
Beware of Conntei felts See that Dr. J
LaWMtie, Chemist, Noifolk, Va., snd tlu- w
K 'skoo. is 6wa on the giant of eai b bottle.
Koskoo is endo'Si-d by I he best physn i
eveiywhere. Read lie lollowiri" limn 1
Ttllrry. a sueeesshil praeiilioner ol nmi.y
staLdliig in lie Olil N Mb Slate :
Roiky ilunnt K'v'o i i: !.r Co I
S. . 10, IKrO.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence Diar Sir." I lave m
your Coiicentiai'-d Fluid Ext met ol Koskci
my praciiee Midi Ihe huppiet rew lit I fin
in la- a PvUtrfnl Liver Invi'jorctoi , Rlood J
lifier aiid A'erfout Tunic In ail diseass'f
Its- Liver, ft ioIuIu'j. (j j hillitic, si.d tit-rv
affeetiolis, it i a remedy uf immmie value ;
I act. ill ain.osi evety Aam-iy ol ( btonic Lli.-e.
.is use is mil cull d. li.pi c you maj In.
Willi the siu-et s which ycu (liaivf tin u.ai i
'actnri r of tehublt inedittiies, In. a sir, si a
nuih tespttl, yuiir obediei t servant.
K C. TiLLrar, M P.
From Dr Fentress, an accomplished and e
perienccd ph) siciau :
P.pt. 13, 1369 r
I'm 1. 1 e Alii' Court Iloi.se. VY. (
J. J, LawiMice, M. IL Dear Kir: I hiw
caret. illy eiHimoed ibe formula, as well as ll-
TheViulic jM-opeilrtsi 4 jour Koskoo Cfn.s
toiirnl, ami have pretiiifid in H n? rtubla rn
ciscs oft biniiic Livj Affections, Dysenlei,
D.vSpattsja, lieneriil Debility, tV.-., and alwta
with the most iraiilyil)B resulla. 1 find it aj
he a splendid Tome, Alterative, and Heps'
.-oil1..iiutioii, fceulupiL-bitiK its cotifLUUlKUai.
. (Teuts w ill, out the sjihiesi di biliiy ; in fact it
Ktve aupport to the iueral support, while n
aiteraiiie ifi'etts arebeiiiB pioibieed. I cbtu
Ullly leeoiliUiend us uaotn il.e public.
Youra, tculy, 1. J. FtBTiictw, M. D.
K"k .o eurtt Scrofula in its worst form
From A W Mills, a proiimieht and well-kuo J
nercitaut of Norfolk, Va.:
No. 11 Main Street. Norfolk. Va.,
Sep ten i her 15, I860. t
Dr. Lawrence Dcr Sir : Vour Koskoo fa
worked wondeis in my family. My dauphi.
nas been a sutJerer hoin Sciofula since chihl
tiood. She lost thiriy-one pieci of bona fp ri
tier ankle, several fitsw her arm. besides bat n i
ulcers in seveiai paiteol the body. Whilst in
ibis condition she commenced taking yo. r
Koskoo ii acted like tx (.barm on her iimii r
iiswe the ulcers jrraduaUy bi-led. and here ' -era!
health greatly improved. It certan- v
saved her innvb suffering, and perhaps her hi .
I regard Koskon a specific lor all scrofulous af
fections. Vour Koskoo also cured my wife of
dyspepsia, Iron which she suflered greatly
She is now in Letter health tbau be has be.
in five ye n.
With the highest ragards, I am gratefu f
yours. Ac, A. W. Mills.
Kosboo, the great Jnviyoratar. Read ii
following from the Rev. Joseph E. Martin, pas
tor ot W sley Ciiapel, Portsmouth, Vs.:
"I'bia is to ecrtily that myself and wife have
used Dr. Lawrence's Koskoo, and can testily ot
its beneficial effects. Previous to taking it te
were in a condition of debilitation bad no a;
petite, and suffered from sudden and often v
lent attacks of headache and nervousness. Tn.
bottles ol Koskoo has improved our genet
health, and we regard it as invaluable, ai I
most clieerdilty recoinmend it to all who ha
need of invigoraior. Yours. tc.
Jostra I'J. JJ.ir.TH.
Read ihe, following trom Dr. Gxlilin, the e.
perienced aud successful " tpteiulitt," of N r
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 19, 1809
Dr. Lawrence Dear Sir: I have present..'!
your 'Koskoo" Tor Syphilis in its rations lorn
who the most satisfactniy results. I havers
isfied myself by eBpeiie'ice, that it will cu b
that disease in its j.-orst and snost iBiasigtims
stages, and erndtcate eerf taint from the syi
tem. TiieKosko is eeita.nly nn alterative of
extraordinary power, and fully deserves ii.
sreait popularity wiiicb it has so rapidly a;ta
od.. . j . Ji. A U. QODDIN, M. D.
KOSKOO ! !
CUBES CUR0KIC ItiTEUMAHSX.
"' Norfolk. V ,' Sept. 7, 1869.
Dr J. J. Lawrence i)i ar Sir : My son lo.s
J-ccii.vd so.inuch beneCt trom your wondeil j
A -sTtoo tHat 1 cannot refrain Ironi exirssii;L;
hn graiitude. I had tried almost cverythii ij
witboiif beiicht. I heheve, m all sincerity, thai
your Koskoo it an JnMUIde Remedy for the tV
sease trom wjiicii he has suilered, at.d, so I.j
a I caD learn, but nevei faiieti. If you oi v
siiew u-e immense amount J scflferiiig that l.
has undergone, that you eouid cor..-eive ti -value
ol such a retmdy as xoakp that stirr.'y
rurfj. The eieat amount of e'ood it is now dt
nip among us is inestimable.
Wirir Trrndi grstiiiHte, 1 sm mpftlltifrf
yoprs, oie, Mtm M. K. A. Nilob
Dr. Laweree Dear St: Having tNn
treaied i.y several sk.l ul pLyteiatis lot Uyape,
sfs. Chronic' Disease of ii.e Kidney' Gvr.eii,
Dehility, dkc, wii-.oul beni fit, last re ii
I i-ou.ineiH.-ed (be use of you' Koakno, and at
pk-asi d to say that under iu uto inv health L. s
been entirely 'restored.
I am sir, wilh nioch respen-t, yrwtr obedi. i
sefTai t. () B. UsaBS
Xo 5-. MatUt st, Norfolk Ta., Joiy 0, ISi
Pacitjc, Fiankiin county. V C-.
&Tt. 1 1. law., !
Tim is to cert j t. for a long time IN.,
snffoied vi-ey mi th f on tndiiation of (bay IK
sajrnl constipaltoo of the ho els, and tiled m
PsV1":'1" ' I"1 received i o tcoiCt until 1
I eoiiiuieoced taking Ksiskoo, I lock the nv
cine about one inootli, and I waa ootupustt y
cured, and Lvc n-io ii' 1 wx'l. I know ,1
tH'cvl oiire made by Kos!:c, aod isrdir:i
i eccsi iuei. J it a a go J meicire.
JotiB II. Bt
f-r Dr. Latere it?s Woman's Brit
cure diseases peculiar to Fern sl i.
It. 0 K. P: ?jS ra
bnigfurt and A itkecaif . SttH f