'tf'JLi W' vw York Observer.
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THE OLD, OLD HOME.
J0 CMumt O. iVycw, Charlatan, & G
V When I long for sainted wemoneV'
Like anel troor they come
1 ' If I fold my Sarms to ponder
On the old, old home, n X
The heart hsW many fawages ' ' -
Through which the feeling roam,
But its middle aisle is weired
To the thoughU of okljsold horn,
': M ": .,-.- I' . t - t-'.y ,
Where infancy was aheltered
Like roe-budrfroni the blast,
' Where girlhood'a brief elysitira
i' In jayousnem was pamed : f
To that sweet pot forereif, ' -
As to nome hallowed d0in 1
Life's pilgrim bend her vision
'Tin her old, old home,
; j C . , n .r .
. A father sat, how proudly, .
, Br that hearrhstone's rays, ' -Aha
told ihi children Htqriea
Of hw early manhood' days ;
And one loft eye was beaming,
From chill to child 'twould roam t
Thus a mother counU her treasures,
In the thl, old home.
The birthday gifts and Ajstivals, ,
The blentled vesper hnih
Some dear one yho warf swelling it
: Is with the Seraphim)! ;
The fond "good-nighu"fatbcd-time,
How ntiiet s!md would come.
Atul fold us, altogether
In the old, old home.
Like a wreath of acenteil flowers
. Close intertwined eajj heart ;
But time andchango inj1 concert
Have blown the wrerjth apart.
But doar and sainted njemoriei
Like anglts ever come,
If I foJd my arms and ponder
Of the old, old homei
IT WAS SUCH A POOD JOKE.:
A good story is told n tVusliiiigton of
A genial young gentleman, unwilling to
omit recognition of an acquaintance, who
at a wedding reception lately caught sight
of a gray-whiskered and rather stately
. person, and being satisfied by inquiry of
I bis indentity, immediately, edged along
ltd his side. 1; .
Good evening said he, extending his
band with cordiality. ' I'm delighted to
gee you I I believe we haven't met since
we parted in Mexico. j I
Lj, 1 1 really fear, said the gray-whiskered
magnate, 1 that you Lave me at an advan
tage.') '. ,r: ...;..! I
; l'Vhy, don't you recollect ! But then
I was very much younger,' said the other
when with my lather in Mexico.' ! .
; J And, to tell the truh,' said tho elde
fentleman, 1 my remembrances of evr
aving been in Mexico are very indis
tinct. . , -!, , . J 4
i' 'Kxcuso the quc8tionp, said tho youg
man rather desperately ; are you not $ir
JSdward Thornton V
' 'By means. " I ato Judge Poland,
of Vermont. ., If
A thousand pkrdons !'! and the dls
comfitted youth moved away.
: But a few nights afttirward, at anotl er
reception,1 his eye was jsimilaily caught,
and the edge of his mortification having
been worn off, he could smile at his mis
ttke and. he accordingly made his why
nee mortj to the side ola gentleman with
grayr muton-chop whiskers and after a
word or two on the wealher and the scene,
ht suddenly said, i ,
j That Was ati iiwkward thing of roe the
other night, when I took you for old
Thornton,'! j !
; And Who do you take me for now,
roay I ask I' said his companion. f
Why-why, saidf the embarrassed
young man of society-' you told me ou
were Judge Poland, ofjVerraont. j
On the contrary try name is Thofn
ton, was the rfcther annihilating response;
aud the young; man at this day calls t a
case of a diabolic quality. v I
An Incident. 1hQ following' truthful
incident is related of Gen. Pat Clebnlnu
a distinguished oilieer in the Confederate
fy. ' I iM 1
' On the march of his division from Colum
bia to Nashville, he espied one of his ifet
erabs marching along the rongh turnpike
In bis bare feet, which were bruised aud
bleeding. Calling the soldier to his horse's
Hide, (the General being monuted,) be
dtrected him to pull off his boots, which
being done, he requested tho soldief to
jmt them on his awn bleeding IVet.
This the soldier refused to do,aayilg
1 Tbey are your bootsl General, and not
mine.1 I k - :" -1 :
I 'Put them on. sir.ireDlied ttm. CU
burne. I orde jou to do it at oneJ: T
am your superior officer and will bavci
xny oraers obeyedbesides, what does d
uaa oa uorseoacjc want with boots onihia1
; The soldier obeyed, and in a few hkri
i . and sesacrifioing General was
fi mtiS 2eatLn f fhar&e at the jbatl
Henry Barlow, of
aippi wanted to know
What the futnre badj
io store, for biraj and
ifent tqa fortune
: teller for information.
1 be seer said that
oae lioais uarris was piinof tA t;n
- - - , .... v. i w:H
xlenry. Whereupon ihe latter undertbokl
, any, antj announced that he!
would kill Louis Iiajris then Louis
Harris lay for Henry Barlowand fetched
him with a loa of Ijnckshot. Prod! of!
these facts being made at the trial, Louis
wae held to be justified, and was accord
ingly acquitted, i But the fortune tclln.;
uo as popmar as ue wjis: "
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A most unfortunate! diffionit. 3
IIlfiUfc iaaif Between John
Brake and Spencer Brake, who married
Jena s daughter, on tW r.m;.n. ri :
uUock, mlEdgwombe. four miles from
w' Ch ,SPenc" gashed in
tU frontal bone ,pD the right hemispleire
of John's; brain. Wound pronouiic.od
mortal. Se we
learn; from the Bocky
It is said that And raw Sf L j
Stephen Lowery ! make! frequent visits to
Mosi Neck, and that they often get so
drunk while there that itheir friends lave
to carry them off home1,.
nder these circnmsUntes, no one appbars
v viaim uig icwurus enerea lor them
Wil. Journal. "'1
If your neighbor's
ens are trnnW0:
some, says an xchanrrk and steal r.fn-
the way, don't let yourj any passions rise:
u piace ior mem. to tay I ? ,;?
. It is! said that Col. Dookery does no
desire !tof and will not; ran in opposition
to Mr. lAsue in tuiaUiatnct-
The ate of hammocks Instead of bede
itis faidr- becotalng general
Ilonj J. M. Leach ' was renomitcd bj
the "Democrats at ' Greensboro ion Wed
ncsdafj. ; ; '
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Passed in the House of Jiepresentatives
January 17, 1872. i ! : , I
AN ACT to alter the Constitution! of North
The General Assembly of jorth Carolina do
enact (three-fifths of all the members of each
House concurring.) ; j : ' f V ,
That the Constitution of this State le altered
as follows, to wit; ? -s j j t l' - '
Amend section sir, of he first article, by
striking jout the first clause thereof, down to and
including the word "but;" thlabeing1 theclaustt
relating to the State debt.
Amend section two of the! second! article by
strikingout the word;" annually," and inserting
in lieo thereof, the word biennially jf ' being
in reference to the sessions of the General As
se'rably.'1 ,' - 1 ' J V "5 j
Amenjd section five of the;second article, by
striking jont all that precedes .the words, ' the
said, Senate districts," and by striking out the
as aforesaid or " in said 'section ; the
parts sal stricken out having reference to the
State census. I ' .
Add a new section to the second article to be
t vied "section !30," and to read as follows:
"The members of the general Assembly shall
each receive three hundred dollar as a com
pensation for their services during' their terra,
subject tb such regulations in regard ito time of
payment and reduction for non-attendance as
may be brescribed by law ; but they may have
an additional allowance when they are called
together in special session, and mileage shall be
ten cents per mile for each session."
Amend section one-' of the third article by
striking jout the words " four years,'? where they
occur first in said section, and inserting, in lieu
thereof, the words ' two years," being, in refer
ence to the terms of executive officers.!
Strike out the words Superintendent of Pub
lie Worlds," wherever they occur iri the Consti
tution, thus abolishing that effice. ; ".
Amend section six of the third article, by
striking out the word 'annually. and in
serting, in lieu thereof, the word, vbiennial
ly." so as to conform io i the prp visions re
specting the sessious of the General Assem
bly, -j ; X ;J
Strik out sections two anjl three of the
fourth article, being the provisions which re
fer to the appointment and duties of the
Code Cujmmissiooers. : ' 1 j
Altr (section four of the fourth article, fo
that saii section shall read as follows : The
judicial bower of the State shall be; vested in
a court IpMbe trial of impeachments, a Su
preme Cburt, Superior Courts, such inferior
Courts as may be established by law, aid
Courts of J ustiee of the Peace. " ijj ? j
Alter pection eight of the fourth" article,
so that said section shall read as follow:
"The Supreme court shall consist of a Chief
Justice and two Associate Justices;: Provi
ded, That this shall not apply to tho justices
during their present term of officn, uuWss
by death, resignation, or otherwise, the nmn
ber of Associate Justices shall be reduced
tO tWO.' " ' " "i ' ' i !
. Alter section twelve of the fourth article
so that fiaid section, sliall read as follows:
'TbeStjate shall be divided iuto nine judi
cial districts, for each of which a judge shjjtU
be chosen; and in each district- a Superior
court shill be held at least twice s Ui each
year, to continue for such tiineiu mich coun
ty n-speetively as may be prescribed by law.
The General Assembly, shalljay off said dis
tricts in ; due time, so that the Said nine
judges may be chosen and begin their offici
al term at the first general election for mem
bers of the General Assembly which -snail
occur aftitr the ratification of this seciiouj."
The Geteral Assembly may reduce or in
crease the number of Districts to take effect
at the esjd of each judicial t?rm.
Strike out section thirti en of the fourth
atticle 4hieh fixes the p:esent judicial dis
tricts. . j . ' 4- ; ! t
Auiend section fomteeu of the fourth ar
ticle by; striking out all' after the word
office, "land inserting, in lieu of the part so
stricken out. the following: Thei General
Assembly shall prescribe a proper system Sof
roiauonpr ine jmige may ride thefaine dis
trict twice in succession, Band the judges may
also exchange districts -with each other jus
may be-jprovided by law" ; ? f
Mrikel but section fifteen of the fourth Ar
ticle, and insert in lieu thereof, the follow
ing; Thi General Assembly shall, have ho
power ti deprive tho judicial department
ituy inyKT or junsuiction wnicti rightfully
pertain<o it as a coordinate department;
but the jGeneral Assembly shall allot abd
distribue ti nt portion of this power aud ju
risdiction, which does not pertain to the Su
preme Court, ainoug the other coerts pre
scribed u this constitution or which may be
established by law, in such manlier as! it
nay den best, provide als a proper si stem
of appeals, and regulate by Taw whjen
necessary the methods of proceeding, , in the
exercise of their powers, of all the courts
below the Supreme Court, so far as the saine
may be done without conflict with other pro
visions of this constitution." ji
Strike . out sections sixteen,: seven
teen, nineteen, twenty-five and thirty-three
of the fourth article. . ; 1 !
Amerjd section twenty-six of the foprth
article by striking out all that part which be
gin with, and follows the word ;4but! in
said section, and. in lieu of the part' so
strickenj out, inserting the following 5 j
'The judicial officers and the clerks of any
courts i'hich may be establish d by law,
shall be chosen by the vote of the qualified
electors, aud for such term as way be -prescribed
bv law. The voters of. each?pre
emet, established as is elsewhere ! provided
for in this constitution, shall elect two Jus
tices of the peace foruch term as may be
fixed bvlaw, whoso jurisdiction shall extt-nd
throughout their respective counties. The
General-Assembly may provide fori the elec
tion of more than two justices of ihe peace
in those precinets which contains citles or
towns. Or in which othr
der it expedient. The chief magistrates of
"". incorporated towns shall have
thejudicial powers of justices of the peace "
. Amu.d 8ectwn thirty of the fourth article
oystiikng out the word "township" a od
Jiisertmi.in lieu thereof, the word -pre-einctsqalso-in
the lastentence of theaatue
iection.stnke out the words -the commis
sioners f the county may appoint to sueh
office (oi th unexpired term," apd in lieu
thereof Insert "an appointment to fill such
vacancy for the unexpired term " shall be
made asjraay be prescribed by law,'
J-1 actions one aud seven of the fi th
iw !7,,tnlt,DJt 0,Qt the r, "commis
sioners df the several connties" where they
occur in aid seetions, and in lieu thereof in-
Tords "ty authoriiies es
tabhshei and authorized by law. .
wJbS!X?t sec-ion foQr Qt tbe fiftil art5cl.
intSf UU0t0 the Stte.deLtind
Amend section Airnt r.t .. 1 ,
msertinl after the word "in,tr,,M :1
said section the words
or any 'other per-
V 'if $ I ' I r '
insert ;the word "and"
"survevjr'' section one of the 7th article
"d w ft words -Md five comm Li
sioners'lin said section; also add to7A?d
secUou 4a lollowing j - The fiSeSl
semblv shall provide for a system of .county
government for the several counties of the
State. . 'i'-" ;, f
Amiend seetiou two of the seTenth article,
by striking out the word commissioners"
and in . lien thereof inserting the words
county authorities established and authorized
by law;" and in the same' section strike out
the words, the Register of Deeds Shall be
ex officio clerk of the board of commission
ers.M ' . ' ' V :r-: ' : :.y '
Strike out section three of the seventh ar
ticle, and in lieu thereof insert th following :
'The icotfnty authorities established and au
thoiized by law shall see that the respective
comities are divided into a suitable number
of sub-divisions, as compact and convenient
in shape as possible, and marked out by de
finite boundaries, which may be altered when
necessary. Said sub-divisions ehallbe known
by theiiiame of precinct3. They shall Lave
ho corporate powers. The township gov
ernments are abolished. The boundaries of
the pr cincts shall be the same which here-;
tofore idefined the townships until they shall
; Strike out sections four, five, six, ten and
eleveniof the seventh article, which relate to
the township system.
Amend sections eight and nine of the
seventh article, by striking out the words "or
townships" where they occur in said sections.
Strike out section three of the ninth article,
and in lieu thereof insert the following : "The
General Assembly shall make suuable'pro
vision by law for the management and regu-
iation of the public schools, and for j erfect
iing the system of free public instruction."
Strike out fection five of th ninth article,
and in lieu thereof, insert the following:
"The General Assembly shall have power tr
provide for the electiou of Trustees of the
University of - North Carolina, in whom,
chosen, shall be vested all the privileges,
.rights, ; franchises and endowments hereto
fore in any wise granted to, or conferred up
on, the Board of Tinstees of said Universi
ty; and the General Assembly may make
such provisions, laws and regulations, from
time to time, as may be necessary aud ex
pedient for the maintenance and manage
ment of said University."
: Strike out section thirteen, fourteen and
fifteen of the ninth article, relating to the
University of North Carolina. Amend sec
tion tenof the eleventh article by striking
out the words "at theeharge of the State."
and in lieu thereof, insert the words "by the
State; and those who do not own property
exemption prescribed in this Constitution, or
being minors, whose parents 'o not owu
property over and above the same, shall be
cared for at the charge of the State.
Alter section seven of the fourteenth ar
ticle so that said section shall read as fol
follows: "No person who shall hold any of
fice or place of trust or profit under the Uuited
States, or any department thereof, or under
any other State or government, shall hold or
exercise, any other office or place of trustor
profit uider the authority of this State, or be
eligible to a seat in either house if the
General Assembly ; Provided, That nothing
herein contained thall exteud to officers in
the militia. Justice of llje Peace, Commis
sioners for Special Purposes."
Add another section to the fourtheenth ar
ticle to be styled "section 8." and to Tead as
follows :! "County officers, justices of the
peace and other officers whose offices are
abolished or changed in any way by the al
teration of the constitution, shall cot tinne t"
exercise their functions until any provisions
necessary to be made by law in order to give
full effect to the alterations, so far as relates
to said officers shall have beeu made."
He -number the sections iu those articles
from which an section has beeu stricken
without the iusertion of another in its stead;
and giv to any new section that number
which by this method would have been given
to the section for which it is snbMited, and
the alteration shall.be embodied iuto the
constitution, and the several sections num
Barn Burnt. Il ccntlv the Barn ot
Mr. Hoot, P. McLellan, " 2 miles from
Pioneer ilills, Cabarrus county, was
burnt, together with all his corn and for
age. -The fire occurred about midnight,
and Mr.; McLellan barely had time, aftei
ho discovered it, to save his horses and
harness. It was, no doubt, the work of
an incendiary instigated by malice.
On the same night, about 4 miles off,
Mr. J. G. Lotijr's smokehouse Mas bro
ken into and 250 pounds of Bacon sto
What a pity the
pillory have been
rogues' palace at
Moving Day That wr.s A good hit cf
Senator Sclmrz about the first of May
being moving day, and that it was pro
posed to take the first steps to remove
that which is obnoxious to the American
people, and to put something better in its
On or ahout the 18th day of April next, we
propose to issue at Statesville, Iredell county
N. C, a first-class weekly paper tb be called !
Its aim will be to occupy the whole legitimate
field of journalism, ministering to the literary;
taste of all, at the same time striving to pro
mote the Agricultural, Commercial, and other
Industrial pursuit with all the zeal and energy
that strict attention and every eflort can bring
to bear, while; an earnest desire will be exerted
to make it an agreeable companion around eve
ry fireside. !
j ITS POLITICS
thoroughly Conservative, and fully believing it
to be the duty of every good citizen, to oppose
corruption in every form, no pains will be
spared rn exposing the perils which Radical
ism have brought upon the country, and bv a
bold, determined stand, beat back the waves of
anarchy and despotism which so dangerously
threaten our once happy land. There can be
no neutral ground and believing that those who
are not for us are against us,
THE IKTEI.T.IG E2TCE R,
shall gnard sacredly the rights lof the people
whenever encroached upon by those direct lv or
indirectly favoring the teachings of Radicals or
Kadicalism, under any form or gnise.
Terms $2.50 per year ; $1.50 for six months.
JULIUS W. WRIGHT,
CHARLES R. JONES.
Fapere desiring an exchange will please com
April 2, 1S72.
I THE BARBER,
RETURNS HIS THANKS to his OLD
ililENDS and the Public for the liberal
patronage heretofore extended to him. a e uow
informs them that he has fitted np a new and
Shop, in Dr. Henderson's Brich-
j BuUdingZioonilo. 2,
where he would be pleased to see them. He
guarantees to give satisfaction in every case.
He has m his employ of, the best: Hair Dressers
Jn Western N orth Carolina. He requests a call
from all. V
MUMwy, Jf. C, Dec. 17, 18C9,
Main Street- Salisbury, .1',
ARE COySTAXTL V ADDIN(i, 1 I ranc of wants we arc rrerarel to meet, nor
ew, improved anti valuable Tools, Jjiiple-'
ents, Machines. Contrivaneies. &cA-i?.; for!
i ne convenience ana lucility ot Farmers,
Carpenters, ' M
arria.C U1 lUerS, :
1T ' U '' '
CnrZl T L !
, ' '
in isiri, ten jwrsons unacquamtetl with
our establishment, are aware of the wide1
IIASaken the room recently occupied by Overman. Holmes & Co., in Murphv's Granite
llow, and oiH'ncd a
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
rf"IIe solicit c:h orders from abrod. rroducc luKht and bhipped on very short
.w,.v. .v..-'v. . 1 1. ii i ichiji io i;isiurs en
kiFX'ash paid for all leading articles of
m OREHEA b5S
GHEENSBOUO' X. C,
i Will be open every WEDNESDAY on aivl
lifter the first Wed:icsd:; in March, Gth,;
for the sale of " ;
, Tho-se who coni;'Ti with me are aspired of the ,
west j.rices. If the- .iUs do isot give alisfaction,
tlie i'u'.j.ieeo nn v lw "tnU.-n in." and aliijt, 1 d else- I
Ml'ere. No c-liaict- for flora se. Warehouse fees
tliesamc asnt ianiiie. Liberal advunees will
Remade. The Warcln.niio ); a first el.- s prizcry '
attached. In 11 f Lwml: i:!jr. orderint; ar.d assort- i
Inj: of jour T.diarco too n.u-h enre ennnot be i
taken. Ample canijiiz j'.n Is are oW-rcd to
planters. I'll do mv best for roiiMisnorr: they ean't ;
ask more. I refer every man to Lis neighbors, that j
ihe good news mayswrjad. j
i EL'GKXE M0RE1IEAD.
: Feb. 13, 1872. 3m:2i I
Lumber ! ! Lumber ! ! !
THE nn.lersiiriied bes leave to inform
:thi citizens cf Halishiirv. and other nlares of
iiinpmvfiiiftit. that he has made arrange-
iiients t furnish lumber cheaper than ever,
GREEN OR DRIED to suit the i.nrnlmr.
Iietrnuiber Ireiui ts ;re no n:oro from Kard
S:ati..n, tliati from places bearer Salisbury,
while the timber is better.
Be sure aud send your orders for Lumber.
1). V. ROBERTS,
Icard Stat'on. X. C.
Feb. 2. 20-a.ii
BDRKE i COFFIN.
B3 At the Sign of the: lied Flag,
.UERONEY'd OLD STAND,
SALISBURY, N. C.
J. K. BUKKE.
j. ic. corny.
S-Orders and consignments rccpectfiilly w
licted. CAuclion sales every Saturday and
Oh! Yes Oh! Yes Oh ! Yes!
Having fallen bnek to a better position and
been reinforced by forming a copartnership with
Jko. M. COFFrxwho h.".s been long and favor
ably known in the Mercantile community,
I would respectfully return my thanks to the
public generally, and solicit a continuance of
their patronage to the new Firm ; with the as
surance that we will do all wc can to Ratipfy all
who may have anything to Bell or buy.
J. K. BURKE.
X. B. I will continue to attend to the fell
ing of any kind of property in the country, for
Administrator and others when notified in lime.
tf :18 J. K. BURKE, Auctioneer.
. t . . .
HAVING qualified as Executrix of the la?t
Will and Testament of Jane E. Jlurphy
decM, notice h hcrehv piven to all persons in
debtel to the estate of J aneE. JInrphy to make
immediate payment. All persons having claims
against aid estate are hereby notified to present
the same to me on or before the :14th dav of
February, 1873, or this notice will be pleair in
bar of their recoverv.
SUSAN TV. MURPHY,
Salisbury, Feb 14, 1872. Executrix.
Me exact ana beautiful adaptability ol
our Roods for the purposes for which thev
are made. Nor can we detscribe them in an
advertisement. They must lc seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware tore. for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a steam
engine; from a pin to a strawcutter any
thing almost every thin. They havc--A
FULL STOCK always on hand of every
rariety'of Nail, Iron, Steel, Hoes, Grain Cra
dles, Scythe, 100 Dozen Axe at low prices.
Guns, rito!f, KriveH nnd Forks, Fairbanks
denies, the Wt Wrought Iron Mown to be found.
warrant them togive satkfaction. Thomp-
koh's Plows and Subfoilcrs. ;
and a thoiisnnd other thin;r you need. Send
n your writers or come and buy.
Saliflbnrr, N. O.
oi liiC CUV
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE M COALS AWARDED
MA NCI 'AC-
WM. C. KNAiiK oc CO.
(1UANI), SlJAUltK AND CPKIOUT
Tlicsc Iostninent have U-en before the Pub
lic lor nearly
rtv Year, aixl uion tK
n-lK iKv alone attained an
u-ir i x-
uivnrrJ whieh ronuiiiK.- klit-m uicjii ult-l, in
TO N K, TUl Cit, H'ORKMAXMIIJ' AND KL UA
Iill.ITY. EFIX- All our Sijuuie Plow have our New
Improved Oykrtki no (xAXt and the J$rti
t-?- W e wrnll cnil spct-Ift! attention to our
late l'atenlrd i mpnivt nu n!i in fidtrxl Piano
ami i 'narc (jranf.i, lonml in no oilier Piano,
which bring tho Tiauo neater per tectum than
has yet been attained.
Leery Piano Pally Warranted fur Pire I'm-.
fcilT We arc by special nrranenvent enabled
to furnish Parlor rjan and Mrl.dian of the
most celebrated makers, Wholesale and Kttail
at lowest Kaetorv Price.
Illnstratcd I atalopnes and Price Lift prompt
ly furnished on npplie-ntion to r
WM. KXAKi: & CO., Ihltlmore, yUl.
Or any of our rrjpilar established .'.Renciec.
October I 1ST l.C months.
A STEM W1KDEES.
A BEAUTIFUL CIIIllsTMAfc GIFT.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW,
AND USEFUL, AS WELL AS GOOD.
A Nnv Stvi.k Ixh ui.k IIixtinu Case and
open fare Watch cuinbhrtt in one, with fine kiiut
ri.As inxn(rd PiAUhcd or Fuiwti:iXicle, Fa
tent Lever, and llttby Jerel'd Movemextk
Accurately ailjnsteil and Rw;i latKI. Elegant
Crystal tup, howinj the Erpoeed Action and
EVEY Motion of the Jkavliul WouK while
running, wi:h the eehlruled patent fcTEM wind
ing .Watitment (winding up at the Stem without
t tie use of Key), tnijue in Iktin, and jju"ite
a Xoveexy, Cheapest p.ealey tiuou, roi7,
correct aiul xerticeaUe Watch ever maiuiftf ured
FOR PER.--OXAL C?E, fyud to finrM quality higk
prio: Gold Chroxometeii Wathi at ue
turntieth the cui. Price each Ladies' ortiENTs'
triVA Ciiain.w, in Morocco Cajc, only $12
or $f,0 per half dozen ; 100 per dozen to cluU
or the trade. Sinolf. Watches wnt free to
any addre. Saf ddirery nvaraniced on receipt
of price. We are refixm-iblc for Cheek, Drafts,
P. O. Money Order, or Registered Let Urn only.
Or, we will forward them by Express withoct
the money, and you can jav the price to the
Express Agent "(with Expro Charge Ex
tra for the privilege) on the delivtrv of them
to you in your town. W'atche of "all kind
sent everywhere on the game condition.
Genuine Americas Lever.", $15. Solid
(Jold Lers, $30. Ladtex' and Gests
Chains, all tyk., $2 to $10 each. Every
Watch xolJ an represented, thcroujhlv rorroa
tnl by SpEciAI.GrARANTKE,anu'eaa&fjrr;)a
ed at all times free of No Agent em-
PLOYEp. All goods at Factory Price. Any
Watch you may want at half the price your
jeweler Bells it for. Descriptive Price Lisu of
Watches, Chaine, &c, sent free. Addr&ta all
STEWART, OKA HAM & CO,
Jeweler. Importers, Acn
lo:Cmol 6 Whitehall .St. N Y".
-1. - - ... - - -.' . -
BOOK m STORE.
At the, Dook Streo.
PSALMS AST) EYilNS,
At tbQ Book Store
LUTHERAN Boolu of Worship.
At the BtHk Store.
SH00L BOOKS, large raric-tr.i ' ,
At th$ Book Store.
IN fact any thing in the way of Books and
Stationery, can be had at short notice and
on reasonable terms.
At th Book Store.
SPECIAL orders will receive prompt atten
tion Send in your order. I
J&a. 24,i872. f Jfrtf
Super Extra Spring Steel, Warranted "fieliaei -
BBBN MOODY BOYNTON,
Nor. 27, 1SG6
or SBrd WOOtl. but lUjft tun), i r,, i.
rorne wnen tent ont; tre to maem tht,
mlBtoot of men
(abetter tfcan tLe old frirti n t.ior. .f-.t hr all
llonert hard are mea will procure the wni'nf f
InfarW pooK tut Ure iL-j Co not kei. lUw .
He tkat tW nawe aad warrant are n ea k .w.
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4th. Are f'lptd with sn oil ion a :tt r fi'.:rc '-r
fttti. TI.'' Jfe t! i ;.:. 5 ! . t i
fisitrr. ea,i-r lUan ;iy ot'-t-r. su-'. a;e. uli - :
;!53iIju ot One Failed in 20,000. i
f i c ' ' ' T- ---Si If, Tie Vr w Year lad. tu I ir uwt-vr, .-.
r, vorteo by Hnd. tv !m tneo mtid f f,f . .i.! .1 . ' m
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ire rainnle.. I am 4t fll ,h.i for !1 cf rr. .,ntt, - ; jTZV ..T
X.fc-tOtn. wood Live n., rival in irct m Ai. ..-,..!..- f "M vml' Tt
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BOY.TO.Vtt PATS:T L:C-IIT.I.fi SAW.
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On. ejieiai. iii' r' -' ii 1 -. 1 1'. 't ii . t : f t.
ior V ii ii lit nmi n k r- m l i. t t ? i i n
ea. Muiplinty at.ti n rVt t t i.i.t.H.
8ri.CP All a: ie ti t ai. i 'I t at; it ! a
t-ctite than th bat k. r f-ti-at i at 'i I - it
are ja iwoletit to tl.e 'ixtit mi 1 A h r of X r 1..
aa w . Heifer i--! . ii r ul. r .
Et or t'l'TTIMl. Il t -ait r to plow a plus c
this principle ii terr it i ft i. t all ti r U elli t -..!. ol
Cl and projeii: js eupr. ami c(ta: u.u i '1 t..ir.
.SmruciTr. Tbiii i o! HOK all the tiinr ..; i w. 'i- iti1i It : fe aapi trttfU. S
fcooiii. or tliick rakin trr-tti tn I h'irt!e! . nlj oiir mil li tn,ii:r4 to kerf lU-m in ut 6t. a4
th-y are fa eay tor tLr unkiiift !aloi-r u Ksuj 1 1. r . I ! r Iti l.bM i , a .
FlriTCi aCK. ( cnt:ni,cr.l3 utt:ic nicliii tf. t) c po calt-ra; farr" tt tialf
cnt. Lot clear, by liflitij; the tilae aLcie tLe -ti i.; 1. eltr. lira .;w. waitli la lie Dit rfcrt
! by their circular we a Ihut two Horr ton broil rr. bj lm.tl. rv: off a tw rlte iixk ajr awr (Uvtu
wood) lot in yLt eronJu. I efor-11 a. or (meial X! a-lr muC oil t ti.ft npb.,1 ed Hea at In4rje4iet
Sqnare. l'bilaMpkia. S-eft nl-r 1. W.r. WVal-orote i i itd . iWrit Hit rtii atate4
effort, tbe Rawing, by band of tweotv ij c rJ l I arfl Unl. u.ap1-. ttm. a.V. and kirkorr v4 im
tight bor (iocloiling lost time) ij MirLicaa.
Ikeae Saw a are matt and old by Mr. K. VI. Jln;i,ia i IWkraan trrt. S'tw York. a! a
tec ted by lour pateut. daUt rep tirelv ."7 l'A. Ja!i a JaBoarr 14. 16 . Jalv T. ' I"-
:W trut that tl inventor of ralnable an itr;irov-fnfrit in an artit e of uc k ofcieri a
ir, will I able t. ejtj tbe frnlt of tLt-ir laboi Trr from iu.T.iigifieiit or piraey of any kitJ.-
iJThese Saws are unirersalhi concreted to
AWiough S.100 claiUcnrjc for erpcmtc of test Lis beat advertised in mi IU ions
of jxipcrs, and cnyrared on each aar t:0 one has crer DAI1KD
to jnddicly f$t the trailer, XO edlicr sate hat douUe
jvirded teeth, CONSTRUCTED TO CUT
IN LINE SO AS TO CUT WITH
OUTSIDE OF M TOOTH
ONLY hy direct uctio.t.
B. The cuitinj cf ad single jnintcd Ucth are equal, and these M
are double, tcilh direct action, sjxtccd, and sLint concealed bet ice cn points cf
M. If one oint f M uas set one tray and one the other,
the slint tcould ride and Vft out the tooth,
Wlien the liardwaie trarle do not ajrcn'.B wanted, and no government lice'
is required- A tx foot cross cut and a brick iaw-Uade will be ent to sjxj tddm
on receipt of SO, or $1 per foot. One man itwi $1 25 per foot.
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00 UMHEiArX Crai2Z2T, irew York.
July 23, 16G7 ; Jn. 14, 14, 18C8; Julj 27, 18C9.
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