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ToCAlTAJg STATU ITPasa
. ;! A,L;
.VmIv TO a 83
I 1 7lft.' . . :
i, 3 ft 40 Sweet, $100.
iog rounu. -
rV VTElKKH niw, 50. 1
j BlTTE-fi 20.
! do j peeled, 8 12
"iRLt CotkL'. Mr. C. W. Beaver,
'rilda rountv. Iiaala.don onr table eev-
ral bfcll of retty opened new cotton.
This is iu)te earljr for new cotton ia this
tklii of jhe country. The crop ia very
prooiiiing tlii year. - ' "J.
Furrir We are indebted to Mr.
. h. Langenpnr, Fobtville, Yadkin Co,
Xs 0., for a banket of tlie finest fruit we
bare Wn tld season. II'ib pcicliea are
really- ; magnificent large and luBcious.
! Mr. Langenour i"engaged in tba nursery
tufineM, and pereonn deniring frail trees
io will to ecnd liim tlieir orders.
! J ... , ,,. ; . ; .
IJT Wc have pn file jar report of Lieut,
dor. Brogdcri'a pprerti at Concord, on the
night dt the 20tJi July, which we bhall re
tire fjra dry ime. " durtis "j embalmed
fcimsrlfj in the lremory of; " the boys" then
rid tlicTw prcsnt, who will doubtless hand
! -dawn ii rtame and his brilliant speech to
a gcacratioijet uulxrn. j
' HoN..IJr J lliCKMAN.-i-Owingtothe"ni-
nets of. tliid diiiiingui!lit'd lecturer, hU
mi to our city will be postponed for a
- f. w dati. He will: not be here ua here
' tofore. announced -n the 15tli inst but
will probably reach here next week.; Fur
tber dt finite notice will be given. ;
I F:pKRAl- CoiRf. Thin Court in in session
lirre jliu.'week. HU Hon. Judge j Dick prei
, Jinjr. A' goodly number of stranger are in at
f tpnliincej , ; j
Tlilnwill probably be the last Federal court
held i(T (or Home time to Come.; It will be
field htrwter Ht-8tatewyille!and Clarion
. DtsnliACEFt'L. From all accounts
I; totli froa white and bl uk, it renvined
! fur a drijmken rabble of Ilidical nej;roc,
'..II; i !
i;mtijratd.nQ doubt by a ! few Iw kites, to
fillet oni la?t Ttuirpday riigbt tho most
! p 'i . i -ii . . .
uicgtiitt nu PcetHP ever wiuireea in ali-
I buryj. jl'bey had been called together to
I njoice 'iovcr tlio supposed (aldwell or
'tutji 1 1 1 14 in y jl ilia i i -j i PljWt I II g ;iJil
tined iii, bind-(ires, speccbifyiiiig, holloo
iiig profane and sacred' song mixed up
in ilijo nU;t impious manner, the use of
riufous a;k1 obscene language, promina
(l!ng!ilii streets cursing and bowling like,
demon?!! firing the eanon, marching to aud
tbrough the various colored: churches,
pBacliingMerrimon'e fi neral," and finally v
goin through the farce of buiying him
oh tle rJublic square. It U impossible to
disenbe all lh disgracefulscenes enacted
On tliis occasion. ' Vf wish vnrv 1k'hWr
man Uowao county could have witness
j en tlio whole proceeding. It
f grae$ to the colored pe3ple as
was a dis
well as an
outrage upon good morals ar.4 decency
and we lave mo doubt the better portion
of themjire heartily asliaraecTof it. Such
. KeDCtijonia people who aspire to be
leaders and rulers, or even cirillted, make
otie iurji away with feelingsi' . of di.-gust
! siid ioi row. Hut mw are we to expect
ny letff r, wbeti they follow iuch leaders
tl-yjdo. j V'e wish the colored people
! rllf and wc tell them earnestly that their
: leadfM are hastumg them to distruction.
- The ! white people of thin counby are fast
; rwiiu! sick aiul disgusted with their
condact,! ' We lell them to learn lessons
irom' lb s! signs pf the tiiues. ! .
OrR I'KT'--Thi8 is the title of a bean
eiglt page fucrary Journal publish
d by Ars. Addie Paul, Charlotte, N. C,
6rst, immber1 of which is now before
's. . - i . i- ; .
,.- AjTierl the usual j salntatorj openin
- .. . .
"ufn me uuurtea says ;
. Iiy Ian experience of fur vears in a
.rriutmoflicf , we consider purself to somejthe rook. "Oh ! white creatures, scream-
'fXtetit fittfd fur
umedt and although we enter it with, fear
aild trembling, we hejxj wc are prejiared
.for tvery J?mergeicy,' and that our little
; pet WilFirieci a kind reception from all
into whW hands ft may change to fall."
She ijurfers to the snljecl of womans
igla atid tbua d'scourselh;
, s ''Wejara wjiman-rights-woman only
a otie respect, whicli is that a woman has
tlie righ't to employ herself in any ocenpa-
'.iion euiabfe to her position and congen
1 to her taste. This she can do without
.transcending ihe liiie of decency and
ecmn Imaiked down in the strictest
tijuett of every day life.,
' will deny the fact that it is the
. 4uty oft-very woman!, n matter in what
ntioti lf Uf0 or of hcjw much wealth pos-
. fed, to ; make, herself useful in some
; and so long as jshe confines hertelf
J-Clvil bfthe occupation should be of
J'W own choHng, and such as she may
think ber-elf best fitted for by the na'ur-
"'irroundingsin which she may happen
JJold:jced. In ibis view of the caee
, I have adopted iur present occupation
l.'H t0 suited to uf, and one in
J,cn we can be of most seivice to those
rn wphold dearest cn earth."
Jl, V,mmpd most heartily this wor.
Z7 'tri'e. and hope it will find its
' ZT 10 J'be fireside of every family in
"ajv CfroHna' TrnM SIM pej-fnnum.
AWrcss ihepablishcr, Mie Addic Paul.
; -I Salisbury,.' C.
ED3. ViATC tl.Mi -
Gentlenn: Having, Special Order
from the War Department at Washing:
vu,auMCrrcu irom tni post to the Nat
Cemetery at Raleigh, N. C I desire to make
oaiijDurT irom Whom I rmv A r,..i L,:
Salisbury from whom I have
, - - - - T . V. ,
lorm kindness, and to express my regrelt on
being obliged to Bever a relatioh whrth jwas
becoming more and morn Tlfaaanf t Li,
ing leave of them I would; add assurance of
gratetui remembrance of mv stav here, and
expression of best wishes1 for-their future
happiness and prosperity. '' ,
j Q. W. IIARBINSON,
i - Superintendent.
A CHARACTERISTIC LIE.
e fiud in the Raleigh "Era" of the
JOth ult ; an extract irom a prirate letter
-uui mis couniy, io tae editor of that
pa per, evidently rrit ten by James Sinclair,
which contains an infamous but. ehnrat.-
kistic slander upon the people of Blue
spring lowusuip, i ne j extract is as
follows : . j
"The democrats have attemrited tn
intimidate : our ifriends In Blue- Spriiiff
. . I. ! ' ' .... i . . O
lownsmp. warrants win be issued for
the arrest of the offenders AVe shall carry
iue couuiy oj iUU. - :
No, it is well, known that the distur
bance at Dlue Spring on the day the can
didates spoke there, and to which allusion
is here made, was confined exclusively to
the colon dpeople, and if any intimida
tion was attempted it was done bv tlwm
alono. Not a solitary white man or
uemocrni iook anv Dart whatever ; it.
row that occurred? there that day, aud
wnaierer violence or nisuit that may have
been offered to Sinclair or his friends
must have come from the colored people.
Wc have-heard nothing of th vomm.
referred to ; bat the people of the county
arrested at the ballot
last tho "principal ofTcnei"- in the per
son of James Sinclair, who has done more
than any other man to foment discord,
hntred and strife among our people.
Fearful Outrage.-- At Clifton's
mills, Frankliiu couuty, ; on the day of
election, Hal Young-, a man of color and
a conservative ever since the war, exer
cised bis right as a free man by voting for
the conservative ticket. As soon as he
had deposited bis ticket and before time
was given him 1o leave the polls, Tom
Spivey, another colored man, took a pitch
fork and killed him where he stood. The
murderer was arrested upon the-spot and
is now in the Louisburgjail. No quarrel
had taken n'ace, but the hellish died was
perpetrated to graiify tbat hatred which
scctns to Iuik in the heart of some of the
colored race against those of their own
color who dare vote independently and
for persons of their choice. 'e' hope
mtiited punishment will be visited-upon
the malignant devil. Sentinel. "
The OrjTLA-R-s.i-Sir.ee the killing of
Tom Lowiy the two remaining outlaws,
Stephen Lowrey and Andrew Strong,
have disappeared from; their old hanuts
about Back Swamp and Moss Neck. It
is understood that they have established a
new ba'se in a "settlement several miles
above, and known as upper Scuffletc-wn,
where they are keeping very quiet, and
seem to be concerned only to keep out of
the way of Mr. Wishart and his gallant
little band of pursuers. The defeat of
their friends in the election last Thursday
is another source of uneasiness and fore-
bodin&r to the new diiiniritd mwl iramki;n
o r ...i. w. iu uiiuj
outlaws, and we trust the good people of
the county will soon have the satisfaction
of burying their dead bodies beside the
festering carcass of radicalism in the same
dishonored grave. Iiobesonian. -
J DAREZ is dead. He died of apoplexy
at the city of Mexico on the 13th uli., hi
the age f seventy years. Benito Juarez
was a remarkable man. He was of pure
Indian blood, and was born at the village
of Ixtlan, near Oaxaca. He was educa
ted in the college of that city, from which
he graduated at tillage of "twenty eight.
After being elected member of several
learned societies, and appointed to many
positions pf trust, he served as member
of the Slate Legislature, and was then
elected governor for four consecutive
years. 11! was banished by Santa Anna
in 1&53, ajid for two years resided iq Ha
vana and jsew Oileans. He subsequent
ly returned, and iu turn filled the offices
of Secretary of State, Chief of the High
Court of Justice, aud President of the
? o . -
"MOTHER, mother," cried a young
rook, returning hurriedly, from its first
flight, "I'm4 Bfrightcn ! I've seen such a
sight!" "What sight, my son?" atked
ing and rnnn.ng, straining their necks,
aud holding their heads ever so high.
Oec mother, there they go! Geese, my
son; merely geese," replied the 8;ip:.ut
parent bird. Through life, chijd, observe,
tlwt when you meet any one who makes
a great fuss about himself, and tries to
lift hihead higher than the rest of the
world, you may set him down I at onc ' to
be a goose."
V elip Owe following from tlie Trov (N. Y.)
Whiff: ' . : "
"-ome three months sinceDr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buflalo, N. Y., commenced advertiMng in
the Whig, an article cailed "Dr. Sages Catarrh
Remedy." We believed at that time it was one
of the llianv cntch-wmiv armnnmnla in cu ;.
tile people out ol their money, but during tlie
past few weeks have become convinced to tlie
contrary. We know of vfr.il
izens who hare suti'ered from that loalhxiie
disease '"Catarrh," and tliev pronourice Ir Siiiie's
Remedy no humbug, and in re vend instances
have ieen entirely cured. We dektre to give
Dr. Pierce the benefit of the same, j
Ecautie's Best Aaziliary. Ask the
belle iifriha reason what apintiiieiit of her
toilet-fable holds the highest place in her esteem,
and she will reply, without a moment's rtflec
tion. II agan'k Ma;'oi t a runr Ktli;t cl,
is thoroughly avare, contributes so ! powei fidly
to enhance jher charms and render her irresist
ible as that;moj.f delightful and healthy auxil
iary of Beauty. By using it ladies areenabfed,
long after they have passed the meridian of life.
their complexions, and where Nature has denied
that superlative attraction, the Balm fully com
pensates for her deficiencies. ,7!
- Glorious and delightful- i the" Faimmer
wtjather i, its tropical heat is a severe trial to
the Vital iwa-frj ; Vnon 4t...- .
Mliraes prositrated ly iu .efik-H. The 4mmon
rrase appneu to Hits condition of the body is
general jdetility.' Xovr., general debility
arises frdm, and i6cf ude a variety ef ailment.
Ihetlvcrls more or less affected, the bowels
are euhericonstipatd or too; mnclij relaxit, the
tomach but half perfbrmn the-workof Uiaestion,
lum is what 1
Tb;is ih what is ealltjd generai deb lity. It is a
ciai umarrangemeDt oi aJJ the pIijKical fune
tiohs, antjl reunites 3(3 a remtUr Uiedicine Ibat
wil regulate them (all. Hosteller's Stomach
bitters specially adapted to this purpose. Its
general Operation ijs not confined to a inde
organ. If the liver u aflecied, it restoreslts
lone. Jf the Btorqach is torpid, it regenerate iL
If the nerves are tremulous and weak, it braces
and reinforces themj If the mind, which ever
fvinpathizea with ,the body, U gloomy and de
fpondentiit relieve the difficult, and soon
brings the; whole mjechanism of the bodv into
harmony j with the laws of health.
There is no civilised nation in the Western
Ilemicphere in whih the utiJity of Jlostetter's
fetomach IJiters as aj tonic, corrective, and anil
bilious medicine, U fiot known ami appreciated,
rhronghodt the Tropic4 it hi considered, both
by the people and the nrnfmei nil tho ctanHnfl
specific. -While ifm a medicine for all seasons
and all climates, it Js especially suited to the
complaints generated by the weather, being the
rx . 1 r iT rjeiaoie sumuiant in tLe
world. ' ;; j: .;
Beware; of tlie! Bitters rande of acrid and
dangerous niaterials,;whiph unscrupulous parties
are endeavoring to rcir t Tb.m
name is legion, arid the public has no guarantee
tiiattney are not poisonous. Adh.re to tlie
rriea remedr. Hnsrttnr'a uha
glas and never in Mega or barrels.
Furnishedjto order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Mi on Western X. C. K. II., twenty miles
from Salisbury. . J
Price 4 mill Si. At Sallshnrv sti on
Kiln !Jrid at Salisbury, $1,50.
j R. II. COWAN.
J. li. ELLIOT & Co.
41-3 m ;
Wm. Rowzee. !
M. A. Ckingle.
Salisbury, IV. c.
A First ClasslHouse, situated
m the center of the City.
This well known Hotel Ina !,.,
anrlis now tn Tlmronyh Repair. The traveling
l-uuni; iii.ij resi assure! tiiat lliey will receive
rirst Class jAccomodations.
The Piiees rccul.-itt.l tii suit t ti..
rj 1 1 -ll i - J imv lll.u.. J III'
table will be siipt.Iifd with the Uvt the market
uiurus. j ie r iirriiiTnrc nn, n..r
- -- ------ ...... filing n;i- ,r."
rut the rooms l:ireland airv.
U()Oi)HT.U;Li:Hc.iillec!eI with tlie House.
h-ti) wnmious and 1 lavage, tree of c!i:irge.
I '. (-::-The
und'eTslcrned would rnff.i! oi. 1.:..
- , - ji T " J ' 1 11 n ifiv illN
triends to nut the e!hnne.- ns li.. 1. 1 -
ing the Mafsiim Ilose f.-.rthe past t we! ve yea rs"
. mi mat experience lie J.-eis w.irr-uUe.l in phv
inxr entire ifttUfaetioti will hp tir.-n Hl ,.i,i
customers are respejifully invited to call at the
14 t t "it 1 I ?; I
tf : 41
W. A. HAYS.
E. BKYCE SILL.
HAYS & SILL
Druggist & Apothecaries.
SAX.ZSQUB.3r, pi. c.
- Having purchased the contents of the
Drug Store formerly occupied hv Dr.
Edward Sill. We resp ct fully call the at
tention of the CUizens of Salisbury and
the surrotWins country, to the new ar
rangement, and nf)rm them that we will
continue to carry on the business at the
same plac, and, the same excellent way.
We will eideavor to keep on hand all the
various goods tj;e people may need per
taining to our line, and therefore hope
by strict jattention to business, to receive
a liberal patroaage.
Physician Orders Prompt
: ly Attended To.
Prescriptions accurately and
carefully compounded by reliable
and competent Druggists day or
43 l y
Bevyare of Counterfeits !
JOB MOSES "WAmiES
are extentivtly C0GXTirsiTsi. Dkhonett Drug,
gut endeavor to te'l the counterfeits to make greater
projitt. T$e genuine have the name qfj ob Slose 1
on each paekagei All othert are tcortMe imitation.
The OBsriNK Pills are nnfailinjf in tlio cure ot aU
those tHinttat fiadl dantrcrons dieeii.ee to whioh th
Iemal eoaetitution w.pabjict. Tho.T uiodem tl
excessp and ireiaovo all obstructions, from what
ever cause, i j
TO BIARKIED LADIES
tU(jr are partteutariy iuit,L They via ia a f hort
time tanfoft the monthly period with regularity :
and althouph Vry Dowerful. contain nothinr hurt
ful to th conftitution. Iu all crn of Nervon and
Pd mat Afluctt, Pains in the Ilvk nnd Limb,
rif.eae oa elieht esrnion, Palnitntioa of tho Ileait.
Hysterica and Whitea. thoy effect cure when
U otier means have fail-1. Tho cirr-rdarn arouaa
aca packajre .rive full di-ertions and adyice, or
win be tent ties to ail writing for them, scaled
''If here the OExnxs oimothe
ootain1.0ne r.UareTicl)wd to tho Sole P.-pri-t.r.
JOB M03K3, ,13 1 Cort-landt Su Xer York, will
U,TPevn optt'Cthe genuine, cmtinin? Fifty
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTESZ
ui4.x-a.vsh rui.iioxir WAFnTlR
JTnre Cocoas, Coi.pa. A?ti5jia, r.r.nscHiri, Son
lHr.OAT. HiDARSKKESS. DlFKICl LT liUEATniSO. In-
oir5T Cassry.fTioy ASD i,lSc Diseases. Tii" v
hive no tate-of medicine, t.a I anv cliiii wilt u.k'a
them. Tumt!Vls hiT )",.n T.tor'rd to health th it
haltxcforeaeipired. Te'tinwvri n In hnndrrda
c,vci A OHYAN'S l'l't.MO sIO WAFKR9.
?rl.rf,?3 tWis per box. J OC MOSKS, Proprie
tOTjJ Oo.-tfciTHlt Street. N-.-w Yo. lr.
THE GREAT" FRENCH REMEDY
DELAHiRKE"8 SPFCTFTC TIL.I.S.
Ftv Wed V J. GARAXCI KK.,
TVf". E.11 f1 b!l!! reoommondd by th ratire
Medical FacuSty Fran-e a theyerj best rempdr
in all ease of Swrnarrhira. or Seminal W-ak-ifhtJrD;dlror
Premature Emif?ioni; ex
? WlsDjoTi!jc.vcyf Wcnir-t arininpfrom
, ecretHibiand Sexnal Exwes; Ees.ratiomonh
GeiUtaJ 0-tn Wx Spine : "Oorit in thf Crine.
fld Jl the rhatty tmln of DisvaKe arit-inr from
' uJropr Excewea, Thcyeure when all etherrrm
uktafeil. Pamphlet of A.lvi in e-h box. or will
be sent Frento any addrw. Prico St per Itax.
Went hrmatU tcttrrlynmlril fmm e'l ohtervation on
ceirtof priee. OSCAR G. MO? ES, 18Cotlhdt
St-Jew YpaKBol Gtr.emi Apent for America.
t . Saa3 14, T2. 43: ly.
MACMAKOS SMUT MACHIKES
HORSE POWERS- ':
Several varieties, on wheels or without. :
CIDeB ako vyihe mills-
the handiest tbing out. " - . v .
SPPLE AND PEACH PARERS,
Corers and Slicerx labor -savers.
' We warrant all these articles togire satisfac
tion or no sale.
CRAWFORD & IIEILIG.
Comphte Sewing MACHINE.
The first and onlv BUTTON-HOLE AND
SEWING MACHINE combimjd that has
made iis advent in this or any other country.
B2T" Thei following reasons are given why
this i the bet j
Fa m Utf Mad ine to Purchase.
1. Beeaose it will du 7. lUci.'n. ...
everything that auy ma- quickly r.ise or lower the
clitiijK CHit do, se-iug leed to adapt ittotbickor
Hum mc ihioi m tiie im 11 cloth,
coarsest material,! hem-j 8. Because yon have a
ming. felling, cordinjr.lshon deep bobbin by
braiding, onullng, gath-; which the thread Is con
eriug and setring on, at sUntly drawn from the
the same time raffling, centre; the tension ia
quilting, etc., better than consequently eren and
any other miShiue. jdoe not break the thread.
2 because the tensions) 9. Because the prewer
a e more easily adjusted j foot turn back; that the
than any other machine. Icloth can be easily re-
3. Because it ean work moved fter being Bewed
a beautiful buttnn-hole j 10. Because the best
making as fine d pearl ax mechanic pronounce it
by the hand. ;tLe bet finished and
4. Because it will em-. made on the bei-t princi
broider over the edge, p!c of any machine man
making a ueat and beau-: uTactured. It has no
tilulboitler on any gar-springs to break; hoth
ment. 'inir to get out of order.
6. Because it will work, 11. Becau,e it is two
a beautiful eyelet hole. ( machinesin one. A Bct-
6. BeRuse it can rio tos-boik Worsimi and
over-band feamin?, by'SEwiNO Machine com
wln'cli sheets, pillow ca.s- bitted,
es atid the like are sewed i
over and ?ver. I
BS? Xrother Maehine can accomplish the
kind of sewing Uted in Noa. 3, 4, 5, and (J.
Parties upinjr a family sewing machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all the improve
It is to last a LIFETIME, and therefore one
is wanted that will do the most work nl !i !i
tlie lest: and this maehine cm 1L1 u-v.r 1
kinds of dewing not done on any othrr ma(hine,
besides doing every kind that ail others can do.
Tie Aif:. ictni or Plain Sewing Machine.
Without the huiton-hole parts 1, d.es nil that is
oone on iiie i omuii.atiuii except button-hole
MBKONKY & IHiO., Agts.
Salinbury, N. C.
Examine them before purchasing anv other
I do not Instate to siy the Aineriran Cnmbina
tion, surpassex all other ni.ieiiiiie. Bides doing
all tlie work that other machines can. it overse am,
and works button. liol.-s in any fabric, from Swiss
muslin, to Heaver Hotk I have used Singer.
loats Hon e' and the Weed machines, and And
the American far superior to them all.
Miss M. Rctledo.
I have nsed six dinVrent Sewing Machines. The
American surpasses them all.
Mrs. A. L. Raixet.
I hive ued The3tnger and other machine and
would not exchange the Armrican for any.
Mks. Jl. N. Bkixole.
SAUSBrav, X. C, May 22.1. 1872.
Mkrokey & Bro., Agt. American Com. S. 11.
Pik : I have used tl e Howe. Singer, Wheeler
Wilson, Wilcox & Cibhs Sewing machines, and
would not give the American Combination for all
or llieni. it will d-i alt that is claimed for it iu the
circular. I consider it superior to all others I
have evej- seen. Very Respectfully,
Mrs. Geo. V. Harbiksow.
Wethe undersigned take great pleasure in giving
our testimony in favor of the American Pewinp
Machine ir pie teii-i-re to any other, believing that
is it truthfully recommended as the best machine
made. Itis simple, durable, rnns very light and
does not get out of order or drop stitclies.
Mrs. Lavha M. Overman',
" A . L. ForsT,
" J. Allen Bkowk,
" A . W. Northern.
" A. E. Jones,
" M. E. Tuomasox,
We have seen flaming advertisement and heard
much said by tgentsol other taachioes.
We will forfeit ore hundred dollar to the con
tending party, if after a fail trial bctore competent
judges the American Machine will not do as well
if not lietter, the work done on any other machine,
and do valuable work that no other machine cau
We have been Agent for Sewing Machine since
ia6. have soid Singer's, Lad Webster's, At waters'
and Florence's, and Lave abandoned all Tor the
Kend and get samples of work
2T:ly MFR0XEy"& BRO.. Ai'U
INSURE YOUR LIFE
LIB INSURANCE CO.OFPILA..
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
ORGANIZED 1850. CHARTER Perpetual.
GEORGE W. HILL resident, J01IX S. WILSOX, Secretary.
BOAED OF TRUSTEES.
Hon. .TA5. IOLI)CK, I. EDGAR THOMPSON, GEO. NUGENT,
ALRERT C. ROHERT J, PHILIP B. MINGLE, HON. A. G. G ATT ELL,
ISAAC HAZLKIIIJKST, L. M. WHILLDEN. HENRY K, HENNFT''
GEO. V. HILL, JAS. L. CLAG HORN, JXO. WAb'XAMAKF-l'
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Policies,
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
ALL POLICIES NONFORFEITABLE.
PRE AMERICAN has been in Act ire o Deration
KI'TtrrUtHl Urifl tUlT I rtl -fn ItV far t lrr mm n firiniitiaKi.H r. tniv UnLiiiiij . w rrtATi " u ar..
commercial probity. and bas been eminently vucceful. "
V "" "ungHiinn wiuivignAi j romptnena. anu in a mom iiucrai ptnt.
smlnant mmA 1..:... ; 11 r
4 jl' j011111a11
Reliable Amenta wanfrJ whn uhnl,l a mrklv Vav
- w . uifviiii k uii'ii. au a&i wi Mmaaiaii m k ia it a
Or to Col. St. Ciais DkawXO, Sppt. Af cut.
: i - i'rt.g Store. 1 ,
PRESERVE vour FRUiri
11. u- . V r" ock ot jrrttlt Jar
IMPROVED, and I'ORCELAIX UKCU. fll and
cautioa our ladv tAA !frwlA
Call before purcha.ing eWwhere.
iulu. r. kluttz a Co..
UJJLTU SCILCTzr wnTiif
41tf)at KLUTTZ r CoV
One bottle to 136 lbs. Fruit, $1.
Also, Aorny'a Preserving Powder, 60 eta.
4 tn TIIEO. F. KLUTTZ & Co'g.
41") Prog Store,
For Davidson College. Apply to R. G.
McDowell, Esq., or Itev. Wm. W. Pharr,
Alt. Monrne, N. C, or to Prof. W J
Jtarnn, iitirsir, at thp CoIlegP.
WALTER A. wnnn
Reaping and Mowing Machine.
The lightest, most substantial and cheapest
Implement made. Fully warranted.
Threshing Machines aud Horse Powera of
various oattent such ?jf Krvot,K-l...i 1
, . 1 ...vvvnuianuniaiuiDCe
and Baltimore powers. Send in your order
J- 11. alJUMl'SON,
41:3mo.. Tyro. Davitlson Co., N. C.
J. P. RUECKERT,
57 and 59 Market St.,
ViLMINQTOH, M. C.
OF THE BEST
ieadlny Factories in the United States.
PIANOS of ALL STYLKS and PRICES to
suit purchasers constantly on hand and forale.
fcj? All inducement usually held out bv
Northern Manufacturers can onl'v be had in the
State at the nlnve place.
GEO. WOOD'S dt CO'S. PAH
IiOa and VESTSX.'Sr OZLQAUs !
They arc pre eminent for their Charm
iffy Solo Stops, licnuty aud Purify of
Tone. Elcgavt Design and Fin
ish. In fuel they surjass
Heretofore known or introduced in thi city.
Call, Hear and See Them!
All JiiMrutnenta Wamnted for Five Y'earn.
63- PIANOS TL'N'Kl) AND RF.PA1REP. r
A choice aelection of Sheet Music on han.l
and for s.le. J. F. HL'ECKKIiT.
may 31-37-tf Wilmington, N. C.
DO YOU LOVE ME.
1 NEW and lasting perfume, with arrest
V variety of other extract for the handker
chief, including nil kind of toilect articles, at
C. R. BARKER & CO'S Drug Su.re.
UO y-u wish to enjoy a good smoke T Th"n
try aonie of the gonaiue Havana Cigars
just received a
0. K. BAGKER A CO'S Drug Store.
Vl ) 1 TANNERS Oil, Magic.
t'V'a 1 Trannoarpnt Mncliino Oil
low price at
C. R. BARKER & CO'S Drug Store.
VK R I P I-X'f F I L L Y call ll.eallention
of Physicians, Merchants and the public
generally to our well sclet ted stock of
Drugs, ChcmuaU, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, finishes. Dye Stuffs,
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, dc, dc.
ALL GOODS warranted, pore, fresh and
genuine, and price to anit the time.
All orders promptly attended to. Epeti.il
care and attention given to onr prescription de
partment. C. R. BARKER & Co., Drugjri.t,
(Successor to Jxo. H. ExmssJ
26nf Salisbury. N. C.
for nearlr a auarter of a centurtt. hat Urn
aisky &acr iiuiiui a uuujufiiiie uimii wa 1
iajUMa. i. mil viiiiu a. .1 111 i ii a
1 atff v an 4 nsrwnn t
. REV. L. F- WAT, GcnT Agrut-
8ta4eTiiia. N. C
Wilmington, N. a
i 1 WSPP 1
iivsi Hi: l
Georgia Home Insurance Ca
Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
iKCORPOBATtn, 1 CaTA1 $3-Vl,000
J. RHODIS BROWNE, VicjU.
IX F. W ILLCOX, Stcrttary.
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
And Promptly raid in Full!
ly mTT' deT,irin dUn reliable In
turance will do ell to protect tlmselre Lr
-ecunng a Policy n "Grgi, Home InMn
SutheifS.C,telat rrminenl lK,,t1' in tU
J. ALLEN IllIOWN, Agt-nt,
Office No. 2, (iranile Row,
April M, 72. It Salisbury, N.C.
S A Li S
A durable nrick Ilonse with r a
ft7 "WTT out bouwa ; Hitnated in tie
moist dehirahlrtnart T..- t, ...
to purchase, can apply t ai office.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Reltel
Curei the wors pain in from
, -Mil II1.MTIJ.
Not one hour after reading ihi adrertifene nt
u""j wiFUUer witb t' A IN
RADWAY'S KKADY RELIKK
I a cure for every P.iu. u ,M the tirn and
omy 1 ain uemetly that itiMuntl vU .p tu uio.t
excruciatine tain, a lar 1. ihn,.i; .1
cuii-n v oiigefu.-nf.wLetlu rof the lur,K. tom
ach . Rowcla or ftLw glar.da or t.rpai T ,v ne
application, m from ne to twenty Uiitiu.V-.no
matter how violent or eacru-itig the ,,iu
Uheumatic, Bed ridden. I, fin,, Crind.d. ker-
oo. fnrniirif ..r nr. 1 1 ...1 .1:.. . ....
unffer. R A I) WAY'S HEADY
afford infant eai.
InflatoumliuH of the Kiifu
. , Iif'titHmatum i,t the Ehnhh-,
c Tn . , .. . . isMi.
1'aUf tii'i.... ,.f 1). . ; ...
lr 1 '.' ""in.
IlyiiUnc, croup, D'pthtna,
. . Xcumlgiet Lhcuti.atirm,
.1,1 rn :n. t J ' '
vvj n Siynr I. Hi lit.
The application ol the I'tn-ln ?.'. ( to tl.(
partorparU when- the pain or .1 lLt:l:v exi t
will aflord e.ix- iil c infi.rl.
Twenty drop in n half a lumlder of a'
in a feu- iiMiiiiiit, ,u:i- rri,-j.,
Stomach, hcrlhuiH. ,rl; , ,',-,;.,
iljrtt,t,nj. c;l,c, iciihl i t;.- w U in
Travd-ri -h.nld alw. carrv a !oi:!.- ..r
Kadwaja Riadv It.'iu l ' with lb. :n. A f w
drop- iu wat. r will pn t:it -i. 1 1 .,- , .
fn.uchai.ge..f r.!.-r. It if. U-tter tL.ia l;
liramlv or Lit l-r ha h xt ivmlnrt.
Tevcr and Arnc.
Fever and Ague cured lor tilv t Th.r- i
n t a renntlial agent in thi, tti.iid tl.nt
cure Fover and ,vvu- au4 ail ..;).. r M.ii..,..j.
Ri;i..ii.S.'arlet,Typh..id. V, !low m,.l ..if , r F.-.
ver (a:de. by hativrai,' 1,11) M, ,,,. '1 .
Radw.yV Ready Rtl,..- Full cer.t H., l-,t
HEALTH! BEAUTY! !
Strong and pure rich l!loHlInciTe j
llcsh and KIohJ Clear Shu, d iUau
tiful CvMjJcjrion .-reared to all.
Has made the most astonishing Cures : so
Quick, so ravid are thr channrs th Kl
undergoes, under tie ir.ffurrre of thi
truly Wonderful Medim.r, that
EVERY IAN AN INCREASE IX
FLESH AND WKKJliT Js
SEEN AND l EIF.
THE GRKAT III.OOD 1'iTlKIKK.
Evry droji of thn SjrhMrilliau K. soJr.-r.i
coniiounuat.'s through tb- llo i, saeat. uiine j
and other UukU und jui. i- of tl..f f.i. m the;
vigor of life, f..r it n-jtir the waiu oi the both j
with new and iuiind material. Kcn.tu!i. an.i i
li, coni.uuiption, glandular di-ea- s. ulcer in
im: mi hi, uitiuiu. ibinorK, no.io.- iu the g!anl J
and other tarti f ibn k Vail ('Til ki.rn a.i i. mi kfrt,
morou dihargt afrunt tlieearc.and thewort 1 K-pir IlMi.i-n. u mV- Curl. Switehea. Or
form of hkiii ii--ae, eruption, fever. Koren, I naic-ntu and Jt-wtdi r Stt ; alx make fa mi-
jM W .A m.1 .. . i . i . . . ... ... . ..
at"lu -". uf worm, hniiriiei.in, eryMjKU.
ache, bine k Kiia.r cirm. i 1 1 ft..), ..,,..
' - ? - - itv.-ii, lu.urpj
in the wouuih, ami all weaken-.r.g ar.d a:t:ful
dischargef. nijrht swi-atr. la o! rj nn m il nil
WiU-U'i of the life 1'riiiciple, are with.n th" cur
ative range of thi Wonder of Uodem Ch.n it
rv.and a few day' Uie will prve t' any pr
aon wishing it lor either of tbce form, of di
eae itn x.tt ?it power to cure them.
it the patient, daily U-coining reduced ly the
wate and deconi).ition that ia continually
pngreRMi gucceedin arrehtir g the.-- a-.ef
and repair the cauic ith new material ma-le !
from healthy bl.MMl and thi the Sar'apariilian '
will illltl do M'i:n ji ( tin- iv rim.,- (.., I
wben once thin ren.ctly ..i:.inr:.c. i. it ok Iu '
purihea'ion, ur,d ucc, .U in ditn:r i -hing the
ios oi wanee, n repnirs win roj i.l. and er-
erytiay the patient will fe. l hmiM if gr-w-ig
bt'ltcr iir.il Kltono.-i- ll. IimmI itn'-.t n, l,..n r 1
" ... r r -. -
Cin! "S'Vl :id,fe:U,d .'U
ixinnii I'xrri bii Know i; rein, uiai arrr.'. ;n ir.r
euro .K'hn.uc. Scn f doDsCotiat,.., .1 ,Dd :
sl;., -r....... i,,..;. :. n ,.,r; ,..;.!.. '
f, i-iiivi'v a. ii i.tii.1 i-.. vii. i i vr
I nr;ary and womb (Ufa-.-, giarel, dube'.e .
drt.psy. stoppage of water,?ticii.titiet,-- ( urir . .
Ftrijrht'a di-ea-.-. A P.cmiiniria. n: d ir ail i - '
i i v a'. it u iiiiaii'iiii , jmrn a.-va l c .
where there aie hiii K-.lr.-f tM.i or l! c
ter i thick, doady. niiscd wit u n;ibt aiu - l.l.
the white of am -gg, or thread' l.kt- !: ' -,,a
r there i a rri ;d. datk. hi!i.u app'a -.
and whi'e bi:e-l'jt il--j,"-it. a:.d h-n tlre
h t.rii'kir.i. h.in i i : jg ,-et s-.' n w!,. ti j. i...: p
eir. iv: d f ;ti ri in tl hi nil ! I !. .. .
! r.g ' hi- J.'iii-.
Vertvct Inrsraliir I'ilU,
r ;t.- . r ' kat ''t ' i.l " v '1 i,if: n
.r-'-. .'.'u'lit' f vi i!r c e .,!. i :.! riir'l. u . -I'.m
J - . Ti ). t. ; i 1 4 i.f v' 1 lie ! i. r- ' i
st'ima'h. I.r. 1 1 t i"1 l .!.'.
Uiarai-a I t-aU. t !-' l a9.'. n . t.- . . .
m-.lH.L. ot tl
t i -k i i i a'1 i i
!l.a tUrn . a-ra at 1
i ' r ii 1 "t t . T i ' a '
tiveae. 1'i.re'v verttt. c . n
I U t r
; - v..- - r.
.r.tcm Iron I1 Ib'.-Ul nnii.il il
;6 rcnuu-- X. Mil l h 1 I t
Itead - FatE aiP Trr fc." eo ui e I.'UmI irr ;
to HAtlWtV .., 3J vfptren trrt Tr-r. ff'
thurtb street. Nw V-tk. InfotMjt.on r-ort ;
thuaad will be aeat joa. Juac J6-1tJ
S. V. TERRELL:
Auction aud Commission
AND IlAU:i; IN
Staple, Dry Goods,
SWs, Hat,, Cffrt'tortrii,, Crvclcrg
and GUss U'cir, PtxhJ
Ileef. Tork. FrrL ai.d Salt n.Utter. ErgN
Cbiclec. CabUgr. Btrj, M
FW and MraJ. 8gar. Cr. Uolru
jra and variety of th Coodt, -
krtVrkie!711 kind,,f CwoT prodoc, at
Ca,b iail !, lUg, acd ,Wn Gowd f
mif l1 W ' " ooa-
m mot, .04 . ron,pt retnrr. w.i,. CdftR.
a tr.aj; one dr aUve R. A. CaldreU'.Uw
ouie on Inui- .trwt. 8. W. TEllKZLxT
wait of a i' "Vfyoto M-chiwa. AUlm
want of a tint cal Sowing MarLin ai u.
darabditr. beauty .td .24. It raa.vSrr
otbc Machine can exll tb. Ved ia a-ntVar
both thread. th .,e. and Mkh alike oS
orMdr. Read the follow ir.g l,m tcuux.rl
S Limv. March S5. IRi.'
S. W. TaKKKLL,
. V'l iT ref Srr,rg .Vflr. .
Hnr MwiiuHinrfntirflyB, and w
knowu in u,. p,.nii,n of the Stale.it affurd m
pleasure to recimti.rr.d it to the lobhc. 1 Lara
bad ill , niy nK.m for w,-k.. tb Uove. Amer
Jean (iulinati..n and the -Weed" and rv
tb.-n all. lair, impartial triad I rw r
Int.l-MfatMw.v t .. r. . .1 . . '
. !" v-u tour
j Mher.it run a.1er.n,.re ,i,rTi,. in mebaii.
i m.ebii.e can d.. ' ' nj
I think if !tr,,!;, !,v of con.trcr.-
of munap-,,.. ux . I v ?J a'd?ifi?
ly -wh ,tIi;, ', 'J,1 " 1
.1.:.... .. 1 urn dlM Ala
x. d. Harris.
national HOTEL, I
ALi!.BrKt. April 10. I-T2 J
Aft " irte.r .rria .Vachtme :
I have rcl y.-ir V 4'lire M.fcjert Jertth
.r timx t.. t-t r. meri'a. I t an rlrfLUr re
. ..uini-i..l n to :i m ai.t .f Crl claa
eh:ae. It n .n.j-.'e duiable. run rarer
il an ary other, i- i-.i.r to ojrateon. and caa
do all mr.y i.'hfT r. a. bu:r can do.
. ., M- A Uai.it.
Apnl 10. l-',2
Mower & Reaper.
FACTI UKD ijy iin:
11-. i J-r Mannf.cliiit,g ('.... Idltidr-r. N.
J.; I.a t! r f.riLg (- r r..g u 1..1) all in an
iron ra-.-. in j to -clud- !l gril. dirt. A'c
tiniiy ti.-w a ijd valuahlr falu't-n
uhicfi d. ii'.t -it in I'thi'r. rk well n
sri..-th or ht..i.v land atd i cot liaUelO
C-t out of ..r.l.-r.
l'. r.n iut'uliri7 to boy mow er and
R er. this uu,ii. r. would do well to el
ami ue the
1 33 ANOE,
' b"'T" r"7'"'' f v
I V't V 'TV "T7.
' 1 T.7 X U
I;..,'! Stat,. Act. tor X. C.
Fr. til. inc. F..fth- Co.. N. C
Y. L. KISTLKR.
aliburr. N. C.
Acnl f"r Rowan Co.
TKKHKLL. will do any
MRS. S. W.
' !y hair into Wtath. and ll.iuH.
I , , . .
F.-r t. ru. raii at b-r r-id-iire ro Choreh
Mre-i. Y.t .f the .Mfth.Miiat ChortL. 8a la
r cm b.- a at h. Y. Tr.fcUI-LL'n Stora
on It,iiii. itr--t.
Mav l. 1-72. -Itf.
The I'irn: It re to Core existing onder tke bb
and title ot J. A. 1111 A Co. ia diwJved, an
no onr- i aiiib.ri-d to contract anr detrta. riff
".r ,K,U' or r"li ny a.TCKir.t in i natr.e; a
00 ' autlioriz-d to ciaLe n rltlm
SalUljiiry, Jm.e 1, 1872 tf
-t-- a vnvTkvn
ILL) P iLIllLN Gr.
. .... . .M ..
(string ,M' In r.c, I r.J.rxlla; l'raaoi, alfc-
'.'Z Apple and IN a: h I'trtra, Sbrar.
. ,. - , . .- . . .
tluk1"!' " T ). f -
Hioj. in tl rnr of (lf.ttrra rurwitua
tore. 1 triu low. but cah on d. liTerv.
J T. liF.I-L,
JuK 2d 12 Im...
Tl on -rw!g';--d hate bea autl-ric-d Ia
r..i tract f..r ti e building of a New Cbnrrk.
in tl .- u f :.c..td. X. C. A pla add
IM-c.t. i .' t ... i ,r..M.ed biJlUllf a? CAB
- . . . r
ta . a ad e9 -
.i' v 'ihia tire
, , ; .
! l; i 1 i
.! 1.1. LU f.i.l.LR.
-: v i . i.'.i:.
. a i:iig
Drs. Smciaorell & Gaither's
DAIIKLK (vrs Hm- Store