JJ- U. I I II
THfetf AND NOW.
Not loDg since, a Mr.
f ikJoy In X - inlin
lUed leaving aeolossal fortune of $75,000,000.
,"otns one. id not km ok m ""ivu v
iMk of avral of the men of wraith low
living, including A. T. Stewart, Aagoata
Iteltnoot, the Marquis bf Wrstmiuster, and
the Spragoe, monaieentj of Rde Island, and
' i.f the magnitude of other things in modern
times, whereupon the Richmond Enquirer
takes up the gaage- for .theancienta. and
make a ease that almost takes one's breath
kwa v ; showing that the "little piles" of the
wealthiest modems are insignificant id com
parison with the bier plums" of ancient
moneyed men. Ileal it: i
Whv. what is Stewart, or Belmont or
thMaruaia of Westminster, to Ptolemy Phil
dhihna of EvDt. who amassed a little bro-
tiertv of 350.000.000 ? And which of our
extravagant yoaog ladies, in these boasted
times ever eave her lover, as Cleopatra did.
a pearl dissolved in vinegar (or undissolve),
worth 400.000 I Then there was Paulina.
mo of the ton tn Ildme, who used to wear
iwels. when she returned hef visits, wrtb
H00.000, Well, they boast of Mr, Stewart's
marble Dalaco" on Thirty fourth street and
rifih Avenue. e do not suppose wis nouse
which is about the best ihey have in New
... . "
York, cost more t
tan half a million dollars
Cicero, who was
poor inaa, gave tloOXX)
Cfodius paid $050,000, for
for bis bouse, and
ou the Palatine, while
Massala gave $2
OQO.fiOO for the house at
who was just a plain
Mr. Greeley, was worth
8120,000,000. Tiberius left a property of
nearly 1 120.000,000, Why, they talk about
j a man's failing in! New York for a million
as if it was a big thing. Cesar, before be en
tered any offiee when he was a yonntf gen
tleman in private li fe owe! $14,000,000, and
be purchased the friendship of Qtiawutf for
a $2,500,000. Mark Antony owed $1,400,000
on the Idea of March, and he paid it before
the Kalends of March. This was nothing
he squandered: $70,000,000 of the public
money. I I
"And these fellows lived well. Esopus,
who was a play-actor, paid $400,000 for a
single dish. Caligula spent $400,000 bo a
sapper. Their wines were often kept for two
ages, and tome of them were sold for $20 ao
ounee. Dishes wen made of gold, and sil
ver set with precious stones. The beds of
Ileliogabalus were of solid silver, bis table
a id plates were of para eold, and his matt ess
es, covered with carpets of cloth of gold were
staffed with down from under the wing of the
"It took $30,000 a year to keep up the dig
u'tty of a Roman Senator, and some of them
. i rwi nnn - ....
'Cieero and Potnpey "dropped in" one day
mm mm -!(' . a mm
on L.UCUUUS nobody at home but the family
and that family! dinner cost $4 000.
"But we talk of population. We boast of
Loudon and New York. Home had a pop
ulation of between three and four mil
lions. The wooden theatre of Scarurns
contained 80.000 seats ; the Coliseum, built
of stone would seat 22,000 more. The Cir
cusMaximus (think,! of it, old John Robin
son ! ) would hold 385,000 spectators. Then
were in the city 9,000 public baths, those o
Diocletian aloje accommodating 3.00 bath
ers. hveu in the sixth century! after Rome
bad been sacked aud pluudered by the Goths
and Vandals, Zachariah, a trafelor, asserts
that there, were 384 spacious streets. r'Ogold
en statues of the-gods. 4G.097 palaces, 13
. 052 fountains, 3,785 bronze statues of the
emperors and generals, 22 great horses in
bronze, two colossi, two spiral columns, 3
threatres. 11 amphitheatres. 9.02G baths
s,r00 shops of perfumes, 2,081 pmons.
"As a set-otf to Mr. Sprague's 'monumen
tal tombstone.' we may merely mention the
mausoleum of Augustus, in the northern part
of the Campus Martius. consisting of a large
tumnlns of earth raised on a lofty basement
of white marble, and covered on the summit
with evergreens, as in the manner of a hang
ing garden, the whole surmounted by abrouze
figure of Augustus, j At .the entrance were
two Egyptian obelisks, fifty feet high, and
all around was an extensive grove, divided
iuto walks and terraces.
"We h4ye not space to speak of the Forum
Romanunj.'the Forum Julium, the Theatre of
Pompey. ihe Tetnplejof Apollo, the Threatre
of Marcel ins, the Pantheon, the Palace of
Nero (ent irely overlaid with jewels and moth-er-of
pear ), the Claudian Aqueduct, the Fla
vian Amphitheatre, the Coliseum, the Arch
of Vitus the Villa of Hadrian, the Bath of
Caracallai - nor the great Roman roads,
stright as an arrow, paved like the streets of
h city,! devided by milestones, and having
houses for travelers every five or six miles,
affording Uninterrupted communication from
the wall Antonius through York. London,
Sandwich, Doulogne, Rheims, Lyous. Milan,
Rome. Brundusium, Dyrraehium, Byzantium
Apejra, Tarsus Antioch, Tyre. Jerusalem
, a distance of 3,470 miles."
It may be said of onr frieud Quint us
Horatius as of pure gold tbe more he is
rubbed tbe brighter he shines. In his walks
among his native hills and his old homefolk
his fertility, his good taste, good sense, and
nis kind and generous feelings, are all strik
ingly displayed. lie maks a dozen speech
es a dayall different, fresh, touching
and. beautiful. In his speech at Portland,
the only one in which he has allowed to
public questions, he fairly eclipsed him
self, delighting bis friends and confound
ing his enemies. Ue may be a fool but
he is certainly a rery sensible one. The
eoanuir Uh all its high estimate of Mr.
ORXxLrr's abilities, has nerer fully ap
preciatod his genius. In his career as an
editor he has manufactured many great
men-rsome of whom are now his revilers,
and were made out Terr bad material,
which his cunning handicraft could not
wholly disguise or reform ; but, put to the
test he proves himself greater than all his
The Cincinnati Convention builded bet
ter than it thought. Richmond Why.
STATE ELECTOR APPOINTED.
Several days since, as soon as the declen-J
lion of Governer Vance was made known.1
. V . Pou, Esq., of Smitbfield Johnston
county, was by the joint action of the
Democratic Conservative and Liberal Re
publican State Executive Committees,
appointed in bis place. This is a mot
excellent ai.pointraent. Mr. Pou is a
gentleman of ability and unimpeachable
character is a good speaker familiar
with political afi.iii s-and will cavass for
our candidates in the
EaTPTiAy Bricks. An Austrian sar.
ant is said have discovered, by means,
of a microscope, in a stone taken from the
pyramid of Dashonr, many interesting
particulars connected with the life of the
ancient i Egyptians. The brick itself is
made of the mud of the Nile, ehopped
traw and sand, thus confirming what the
Bible and Herodotus have handed down
to ns as to tbe Egyptian method of brick
A STORY WORTH REPEATING.
Judge Davis, of Illinois it a rich man
0-fThe public may not know-how be became
1 wealth. About thirty year ago, when
he was a practising lawyer in the West,
he waa employed by a Connecticut man
to collect $800. Davis went to the place
where the debtor lived, and found him to
be rich in landed possessions, bnt without
a spare dollar in money. He finally set
tied the bill by giving a deed for a tract
of land a fiat, moist, and undesirable
piece of land in appearance, lying close
by a sheet of water, and consisting, per
haps, of sixty acres. Davit subsequeoU
ly met bit Uonnectieut client in ot. lymis,
when tbe latter (who teemed not to nave
the usual Connecticut shrewdness) fell to
and gave aim a regular "blowing op" tor
taking the land rather than insisting on
having the $800 in cash. He did Knot
want any of your v rstrrn land, and he
told Davis that having received it in pay
ment of the debt, he had better keep it
himself and pay the amount out Of bis
own pocKec 10 mis uavis- agreea.
Stepping into a friend's office, he borrow
ed $800, took tbe, Connecticut man's re
ciept for the land, and held it for a rise.
That land forms part of one of the suburbs
of Chicago.! Judge JJavis bat told two
or three hundred thousand dollars worth
of it. and hat nearly a million dollars
worth left. ; , ,
HELP YOURSELF. ? !
..t ight your own battles, iioej yonr
own row. AaK no larera or anj one; and
you 11 jucceed five thousand timet better
than one who it alwayt beseeching tome
one t innucnce or patronage, rio one
will erer helo voo as tou can Leln vonr
self, beeause do one will be to heartily
interested In your afi&irs. The firtt; step
will not be to long a one, perhaps ;i but
earring your own way tip tbe mountain,
you make one lead to another, and ttand
firm in that while you chop still another
OUt. j !.
Men wbo bare made tortunet are not
thote who bad fire thousand dollars given
them to ttart with, bnt boyt who have
started fair with a well earned dollar or
two. Men who hare acquired fame hare
never been thrust into popularity by puffs
begged or paid for, or given in friendly
spirit. They have outstretched their own
bands and touched the publie heart, j
Men who win love do their own wooing,
and I never knew a man to fail so signal
ly at one who indncet his affectionate
grand-mamma to speak a good word for
him. Whether you work for fame, for
love, for money, or for anyj thing else,
work with your bands and heart aud
brain. Say "I will,"nd sbme day you
will conquer. Never let any man say, "I
I - J-T J ,, ni "M c r
nave araggea you up. oo many Irienas
sometimes hurt a man more than none at
all. Grace Greenwood. j
ARIBALDI. It is Btated that "Garibaldi,
though snffcring from rheumatic pains is
still is laborious and as active as in bis
best days. lie rises early eyery morning
takes his usual ride on horseback, inn
spects with care the rural improvements
he has undertaken, and writes and stud
ies incessantly. Every day he receives let
ters aud papers from all parts of the world,
and anions: them strati ire to sav. rndeanrl
y . -
both native and exotic, prosper on the
island, and he has victoriously solved the
nmh em n nrnHn.ino. 1 i .
: l . : t x .,
ineuitiiig leners irom r ranee, jiie country trvuit tuie is i-eauu ; ioj
for which he exposed his owri life and that w?2 vce Ieuied commences its work lo
fi:. .A t . i. i,,CttUU.,'u'1 purification, and succeeds in diminishing the
oi ins sons. Meantime bis plantation s. in ( irtP. it vin u r.n;
nJ k 6 i a T , creating. Not only does tbeSarsaparillian Re
rockey, dry and barren soil. Artificial Udvent excel all known remedial agents in th
beds of oysters and other marine produc-
lions established upon the coaBt have been
Ttry successful. -A short tim- n
. . ' T
French officers nnnrtpreA at
. . : -
Corsica, landed oa the island, without
beins: invited. On beiiif uttA
they wanted, they replied that theyhad
n, ,n h-.;Lir.... "J -
uiumi uiuui mere cunosi-
ty. They were naturally dismissed.?
Improved Locomotives! There ar
rived in this city yesterday, two new; and
strangely, constructed locomotives, for
"regulating" uses on the Pittsburg and
tonnellsville Railroad. Their singular
appearance and peculiarity of build at-
traded general attention, nartimlarl
:i. J rni. . Y .i
w , wua
anivdu ujcu. i ue engines are DUlit
exclusively for ''regulating" purposes I
and am an mnitn,.. - tkf.5.i-
and are so constructed that a
uuucr ib j
placed upon each end. The "tender" is
wwmo mwaj wiin, auu water is carried m
a tank bnilt Amr tb. .-A .k- U "
. . . , m iuc -urv 1
man's board is so made as to hold a suffi-
cientonantltTofeoal ti. la.t fi
Tum. . , , -7 i
"c7 'D very powenui, and neavilv
ouiu, ano in an respects they are Iwell
adapted for the use designed. ThevWm
1 ri m. w a - . . . 9 1
built at the Grant Works, Patterson N.
J. One of these engines, )re learn, is for
use at Connellsrille, the other we suppose.
ku, poiuk or riiisnurg. L.mocTWtna
Bxxr Eattwo. The largest ten cities
of the United States eat beef annually "to
the amount of 2,040,000 head of cattle,
exclusive ot pork, mutton, etc. Taking
we omer ciues ana towns or tne country,
tne probabilities are that tis number
would be swelled to at least 4.000.000.
This enormous amount is required, Jet it
oe uuaerstoou, by consumers, not produ
cers Add to this tbe number of cattl
required to supply the farmers of the
country with beef, and some estimate may
oe formed of the annual demand. The
demand now exceeds the suddIv. which
may be tbe reason for the present exorbi
tant prices. People who cannot live
without meat will very soon be obliged to
raise their own eattle, or go the way of
all the earth ; assuming, of course, it bat
tney are not tbe possessors of ample for
tunes ana wunng to squander them in the
purcnase 01 steak.
Hiram G keen's Catechism! W'bicb
branch of tbe government i has the most
attraction for office holders just now t
The Long Branch. '
Is this branch necessary for the couns
No; it is a Useless branch.
wra a a. :
who will cut tnu branch JXarch 4
The Chappaqua wood chopoer. I
nj the Civil Service, then be
like: a reconstructed tin kettle t N
Because, all the Dents will be takes
I out. - 1
Radway's ft Heady j Reliel
I, v CuTs the wort' pains In from ; ;
v l ' OXK TO TWMTT MIXDTEt. '
Not one hour after readinf this adrtrtisement
need any one suffer with PA II.
BADWAT'8 KEADT JtELLEF
is a cure for every Pain. It was the first ana
onfj Pain Remedy that instantly stops tbe most
excruciating pains, allays Inflamations. and
cores Congestions, whether of the lungs, stom
ach. Bowels or other glands or organ by one
application, in from one to twenty minuies.no
matter now violent or exenuuaung me paio
Rheumatic, Bed.ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Her
too, Neuralgic or prostrated with dieaemay
suffer. RADWAY'S KKADT REUEF will
afford instant ease.
Inflamihation of the Kidney b '
Inflammation oj the Bladder,
InflammdHon of the Bowels.
Uongeguon oj e hngs.
Sore Throit, Difficult breathing.
Palpitation of the Heart,
Hysterics, erovp, Diptkcna,
joia lmius, Ague uiuus.
The annlioation of the Bead Belief to the
partorparts where the pain or difficulty exists
will auord ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in a half a tumbler of waterwill
in a few moments cure cramps, rpasms, sonr
stomach, heartburn, sick- headache, diarrlae.
dgentery. olie, wind in the bvtcels, and all mi
Urnal vain. " - t
i Travelers should always carry a bottle of
'"Radwava Ready Relief with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or bitters as a stimolait.
j , PeTer And Ague.
j Fever and A gut eared for fif.y eta There is
net a remedial agent in this world that will
cure Fever and Ague and all othor Malarious.
Bilious, Scarlet,Typhoid, Yellow and other Fe
re rs (aided -oy Badwafs Fills so quich as
"Kaaway ueaay JUeiiet." my cetu per -t
HEALTH 1 BEAUTY 1 1
Strong and pure rich Blood Increase of
Ilesh and BloodClear Skin & Beau
j j tjful Complexion secured to all.
Has made the most astonishing Cures : so
quick, so rapid art the changes the body
I undergoes, under the xnfluenee of this
truly Wonderful Medtcine, that
EVEKY DAY AN INCREASE IN
i FLESil AND WEIGHT IS
j SEEN AND FELT.
f THE GREAT BLOOD PUBIFIER.
Every drop of the Sarsaparillian Resolvent
cotniuuuicates through tbe blood, sweat, urine
and other fluids and juices of the system the
igor oi me, uir it repairs ine wasts oi me Dod y
with new and sound material, scrofula, srohi.
lis, consumption, glandular diseases, ulcers in
the thr at, mouth, tumors, nodes in the elands
and other part? of the svsiem. sore ere, stru-
morous discharges from the ears, and the worst
forms of skiii diseases, eruptions, fevers, sores
scald heod, ring worm, salt rheum, ervsinelas.
ii riK a llalr a tt j txr , i o a ttm 4l . . V. n ...... .
in.thc woumb, and all weakening and paiuful
discharges, night sweats, loss ol sperm and all
wfcrtes of the life Principle, are within the cur
aifve range oi mis wonaer oi Modern uhemist
rv,and a few days' use will prove to any per
son wishing it (or either ol these forms of dU
eae its potent power to cure them.
It the patient, daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that is continually
progressing, succeeds in arresting these wastes.
and repairs the same with new material made
trom healthy blood and this the Sarsaparillian
err day the patient will feel himself erowinff
hetter. RQd strongei. the food digesting better,
niiucuwi ni-uiuiiiiK uuu UUSUUUU WflEUl m-
cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional and
skn diseases ; but it is the only poitire cure
m"" - . BUAuuiia wunrwiais
r... n T a XT uv l tir i rvrTjr ri. x. ... t . .
urontv,xuippaeeoi wKier,incniiuence ol unne.
Bright's disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases
where there are brick-dnst deposits, or the wa
lltU tv?ckVc,ondjrmi"vdwT futanccslike
the white of an egg, or threads like white silk
or there is a morbid, dark, bjlioun appearance
J t i a
ann wnne oone-auai acposii, ana wnen iere
i pricking, burning enation when passing
'-tir, and pain m the small of the back and
w'Tte 'he IoinH.
Perfect Purgative Pills,
ItctfecUy wste'.eHs.elepsntlT coated witli sweet gnm,
purge, .-'sulato. puiifj, cleanse and strtnetlien.
Lihay s FiMs, for tie enre of all disorders of the
stomach, liter, lowel, kidneys.
stomach, liter, bowel, kidneys, bladder, nervoaa
i icaatiM-haadaoh a n at i rtn . .
neauacne, consupauon, c
, cot-tivencss, indi-
reitt on. dwiwtmii. Yilionn.B ,iii...,fr,
mtionof the bowels, piles and all derangement of
the internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a post.
tits cure. Inrely vegeUble, couUining no mer
enT, minerals or deleterious drags.
a tew aoses or kabway s Pills wiilfre th
i!8 " '.'!f. "rice.
10 ceiHaper ooz. nui.u st liKUtiOI&T8.
Raad "Fiiw ix Tarja." Sand on Utirixmr.
? Kv"x . S-J BWitm Street, Gor. of
nrc (ihto, ew (ora. inrormauoB worth
uwaaaaos wuibe seatvea. Unu 30 06-lrl
yitf ami a 111-
IVlOWPr ill RP5H1PP
A,wWCI . lit XlCapCl .
lU AIM FACTURED BY THE
Belvider Manufacturing Co.. Btlvider. N
J.; has the erearinsr for coe wlieell all in an
iron case, so as to exclude all ent. dirt. See
Contains many new and valuable features
wuicu uo uoi exist in oiners. ivoras wen on
smooth or stuuey land and is not liable tc
get out of order.
.Persons intendin? to buy mowers and
Renpers, this summer, would do well to ex
before purchasing elsewhere.
An agent wauted in every eoui'tv in the
State. Send for illustrated circulars to
C. A. HEGE,
GenM State Agt. tor N. C.
Friedburg. Forsythe Co., N. C
W. L. KISTLER,
Salisbury, N. C.
J mar. 26, 3tn Agent for Rowan Co
A desirable Brick House with 7 rooms and
I 411 necessary outhouses; situated in the
PM5t1ira' rt f Te-rn. Persona wishing
i w porcoHe, can mir at tnu otson.
! . una
i jfit :3L 33 .
UPWARDS OF FIFTY. FIBST PBE-
MIUMS and Gold and SUcer Medals
were awarded to Chalks M. Stixj-f
for the best Pianos in competition
with all the leading manofactor
ere of the country.
Oflce and XXew X7arroom.
No, 9 North Lrberty 5t, BALTIMORE. JId.
The StieflTs pianos oontain all the latest im
provements to be found in a first-olajia Pi.nn
witn addition al improvements of his own In
vention, not to te round in other isstntments.
Tbe tone, tonch and finish of their intnu
ments cannot be excelled br anv mannfiuttnr.
a large assortment or second-hand Pianos
always on pand.from W7bto
Parlor and Church Organs, some twenty dif
ferent styles on hand from t50 snd nnvurdi
Send for lllistrated Catalogue, containing
names of over twelve hundred Southerners
(five hundred of which are Yirrinians. two
hundred North Carolinians, one hundred and
fifty East Torj8setn8. and others thronibout
the South), wh have bought the Stieff Piano
since the close of the war.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
22:401 ; Salisbury. N.C.
17 MURRAY Street,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Hare a complete stock in all lines, includ
ing their popular Granite State Bals
Kip Plow shoes, and Ti owt Feb. bals
Orders solicited and carefully filled at
lowett market rates.
J. E. MOOSE, Salesman,
feb 2 fc0:Um.
A. M. Sullivan. J. P. Gowan.
rpHE undersigned having associated them
A selves in business under the firm name of
A. M. SULLIVAN, CO.,
HAVE opened in R. J. Holme.' new build
ing, next door to the Hardware Store.
where they will be pleased to meet old and
uew friends. They have a magntticent room
the largest and best in town and
-A. Jjaree cfe Splendid
STOCK OF GOODS,
CokPRISl NG a general assortment. Hard
ware excepted, and will guarrautee an
good bargains as can be sold by anv House in
the South. Thpy will deal heavily in GrocerieK
and country Pioduce, buying and selling, and
invite all irho winh either to bur or sell to call
on them. A. II. SULLIVAN 4 Co.
Jan. 24 th, 1872. 10:tf
R. W. Peice. T. J. Price.
PRICE & BRO.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
TO JENKIN'S CORNER,
Where they will continue to Sell Flour.
Meal, Fresh Meats. Bacon. Lard. Butter.
Eggs, Coffee. Teas. Sugar, Salt, Picklen, Mo
lasses, ore . together with a large and varied
stock of household aud table necessities
Briug your country produce to
riilCE K BRO.
TWO SMALL TRACTS OF LAND from
four lo five miles of Town, containing WOOD
and AI ISA DOW, with a part cleared and in
orchard. If not sold before the Uh of July
next it will then be sold at public sale. Apply
to J. K. BUKKE. A art.
May 17, 187--8t:35.
1 WOULD respectfully tHre notice to tbe
farmers that 1 am Agent for the Celebrated.
Mower and Beaver and Swetnsla tes
Manufactured br C. Aultman A Co.. Canton
Obio, and I respectfully request those in need
of any, or either of these Machines, to call and
see me, and get a Book giving fulliaatractions
Tbe fcareityof laborers and the high price
of Hay, &c., make these Machines a necessity.
Please bring or send me your orders as soon
as possible. J.K. BUKKE,
31:tf Salisbury, N.C
ROWAN MIELS !
rTIIE proprietors of theae jaatlr celebrated
L Mills are in the market for wflKAT, and
solicit calls from all who have it to sell. Tbcv
pay the highest market cash price.
Thev also solicit orders fur Floor.
manuiactnre tour ninerent grades i
ranging Sest family, Family, Z2z-
tra, ana super.
Thrty also Elicit orders for Bran.
They exchange, or grind for toll, an may be
EMMEBT, BEOS A CO.
Iiand Deeds, Trustee Deeds,
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriff1
Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, &t
For Sale at ibis ofTic
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for sale bere.
Main Street, Salisbury, J C,
ARE CONSTANTLY ADD ISO
New, Improved and valuable Tools, Imple
ments, Machines, Cootrivanciea, dr., Jtc, for
the convenience and facility of Fanners,
" ' Coonpn' i
CnrZ JlZ Jt
In fact, few persons unacquainted with .
our estabUahment, are aware of tbe wide1
II' - ' lit Sa - - j
HAS taken the room recently occupied by Overman, Holmes Jt Co., in Murphy's Granite
Row, and opened a
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
HTIe solicits cash orders from abroL Produce bought and JiipTx.d on Terr abort
notice Resnectfullv refers to business en of th ritr
f"Cash paid for all leading articles of
3 At (he ti of the Red Flag,
ME RON EY'S OLD STAND,
SALISBURY, N. C.
J. K. BURKE.
J. M. COKFIX.
ffyOrders and coninpnmcntu repcclfollv o- '
icted. KT.uclioa satef everr Suluuiay and
Oh! Yes Oh! Yes Oh! Yes!
Having fallen back to a better ixjtilion and
been reinforced by forming a coiartnetliii wilh .
Jko. M. Corrix, who has been long and favor- ,
ably known 111 the Mercantile community, ,
I wotild refpertfuily return my thank lo the
public generally, and o licit a continuance of
their iatronajre to the new Firm ; with the a- I
Mirance that we will do all wc ran to aatufy all
who may bare anything to sell or bny.
J. K. ItntKE.
X. B. I will continue to attend to the sell
ing 01 any kind or property in the country, for
AdroiniHtrators and ntlters when notified in time.
tf:18 J. K. BU UK r; Auctioneer.
1 hare analyzed the Whitley Inotrn
under the brand of "B SELKCT," eon
trollctl bn Zlessrs. WALTER D.
BLAIR & Co., llich word, Ii., and
find it Free from Fuil Oil, and
and other impurities, and recommend its
use for medicinal and family purposes.
J. B. MeCAW. M. D ,
LaU Prof, of Chemistry M. CoUrye, Ta.
This brand is beyond all doubt a supe
rior article and can onlj be bad genuine,
at T. J Foster's, No. 3 Main st., nearly
opposite Mansion Ilotel, Salisbury. N. C.
RETURNS niS THANKS to his OLD
FRIENDS and the Public fur the liberal
patronage heretofore extended to him. He now
informs them that he has fitted op a new and
Shop, In Dr. Henderson's Brick-
23 nil dint;, XLoom XTo 2.
where be would be pleased to see them. He
guarantees to give iatinfaction in every case.
lie has tn bis employ of tne beat Hair Dreser
in Western North Carolina. Ue requests a call
Salisbury, N.C, Dec. 17.1 SCO 60 tfi
State of North Carolina,
Superior Court, Spring Ten. 1872.
Marshall T. Bell as Amignee of William Griffin,
Bankrupt, apninM George C, McIIenry and
Daniel B. elch, defendant.
IT appearing to the aatiafaction of the Court on
affidavit filed, that the defendant George C. Mc
lienrv is not a resident of the State of North
It ia therefore ordered sad adjudged that pub
lication bt- made in the Carolina Workman a
j ue,fH'Pr published in the Town of Sali-bury,
I i-uriii Vyeruiiim, iw hi wrr, iKrtii t iii inr ur-
. r rt tl.li .1 ."1
ha been indued in the above action aain him
in which he ia notified that a complaint will he
filed in this action at the next term of Imlell
Superior Court, on the aecorul JJondaT after the
third Holiday in Aufuat, A. I. 1872, itliit the
firat turee daya of the Term, and unlet the ue-
fendant, George C McIIenry anawer the rant
within the time prescribed by law, the plaintiff
will ask lor the relief demanded in the com-
plaint. WltneM C L. Summers, Clerk of our
said Conrt at office, in Stateiuille. this 29th dav
of April, 1872. C L. SUMMERS, CSC '
6S3:pff fee $3 of Iredell county.
ALL KINDS of CO UBT AND MA
GISTBATES" BLANKS at this cjfa
rane of wants we are prrpaml to inert, rnr
of tbe exact and U-autil'ul Mdaptaliity of
our gottiU for the puqo!4- lor wbicb they
arc made. Nor can we dccril tbrrn in an
advertisement. They niUi-t lr .n. Conir.
llurrforc, to the Hardware Store for anv-
tbin; yon ut. frni a tootbpitk lnat ani
engine; frmii a pin t4 a Mmwcutter any
thiii altniwt vxvrx thinjj. Tby lave
A FULL STOCK alvars on haml of rrrry
variety of Nail, Iron, Hv II, Grain t'ra-
, uic, sruie, 1UO IVjwn Aim at low price.
Iv r I rra arwl VwrL si rl sak m
Iscaie, the u-Wrood,; iron Plow too fuand.
e warrant them togire tUfaction. Tborap-
Son's Plows $nd SuUoilcr.
in your order or cont and bay.
Salisbury, N C.
country" Produce. H.tf
SALEMAI.11 AN. ICS
At th lUx.k Stm
13S A I.MS .M HYMNS.
At the Itook Slore
LUTUKKAX li.k of Wor.hjp.
At the J.Mk hti.re.
SJ lIOiiL HOOKS. larrr Turn t- .
O At thr rnnik Stre.
IN fa-t an thiuir in th r f ilMik atl
Stationorv. n 1m had at churl koli-r and
on reMr.uhe ti rni.
At Ihr HKk Slorr
CI A I. olT will rt'tetvr pmnipt attrn-
u hunu 10 ourorti r.
Jan. 41. lC-. lU tf
J. A. CLODFELTER k CO.
Juanwfaetirrrs an lralm im Furniture,
Invitk nttiMition to their
Ptock of Cottage Bf-adeUsuls,
Cot ta'Cliatiilxr Suit, paint
cl CliamUr Suit., French
J Suith, Walnut ar.d iHii.t-vl i'ni,e Srat Chair
K kiiiK' ''hair i.f .ill h" iiilioni-, Kvl-nion
: linir T.i'l- -taiilo- of all kiml Wardrb-.
j r.urcttim, Wajlland, Vha!-N'l, Mattrriwr.
Sofa, lNfi';itin (b:iir and Parlor Seta. Alu.
KUKtir w ithIow S1;:h'i . a m.vHty f.r ofiinpirte
va . U-auty . 1 hcapii'' and daraHilitr. Al-o.
many othor irtn lf wl.i !i o are prrarml to
m-11 if t np or rhrajxT tkan any Uoueein the
vroW'Tn part of tin- State
ITP" A foil aMrtinent of Rosewood. Metal k
snd Walnut Burial Caeca, which can be lor.
niched at .lhonr notice.
Be snre to call, nearly opnnaite the Mansion
Hotel, nextdmtr bekw the Eipreaa office. ae
oor ator k and hear our pricea.
Sperial orders (made from photographs ia
onr office) will be supplied.
TTTILL begin at !0 o'clock on Saturday.
XkXaythe 4tb( at the A action Uuuaeot
BCKKL L VOFflS, tu iell at public aale, the
STOCK OF GOODS
laielf telo.nrinc tn John W. Bitting, bajikrupt
I This Stock conUt of a general aaortmeat
I or Mercbai.diie, ncch a 1 nuaily Tound to any
1 First Class Store. SaL u continue every
8 at unlay till the whole Stock ia tlMed out.
j Merchant aud Trader are reapect fully Invi-
tru and reqaexted to attend tneie Sale.
Term will be Mated at tbe time of le.
i - J. K. BL KKE.
Aigr.ee f J. VT. BlTTIJio.
SaJiHbnry.Ai.nl 1-7. 3l:tf
C7XI BEST IN THE WORLD..
Kew lode OfSce, 27 BZ .
April 26, 187232: ly
Marriage Certificate? for sale here.
ia vrell supplied with
A large and ele-ant arUiitnt of
PLAIN 8 FANCY
CUT I ILLUSTRATIONS, &Q.t
suitable for all kinds of
Finer And mare OnuLmeoUl Tjpes for
Business & Professional
Visiting, Parlr and Wedding Cards ;
College and School
vw ''thtl '"at laW
rculars of all kinds :
Tobacco Xotires and
for all purpo.cs ;
For CMcrks, Magistrates
and Solicitors ;
Or anything else rejuircd in tbe
AS A MH WAFER,
U a attKlidate for public favor. Its
circulation is good, and its. landing
and patronage improving, it u one
of the bct atlvertising rn-diums in
the State, and offer its tanlitiw on
lileral terms as anv.
TEDUELL. nil i I
' kind of
I Fancy Hair Work.
! Repair Braid-a. o.ake Curia. S i' T
I oainenU and JeWrlry Se4ta ale-
S It hair iuto Wieatha. and IViqurt.
For terine call at Uer reiaeoee u v
atreeU Weal of the Methodic ChtJ-b. ."n
plea ran be t-n at S- W. Tr.au 1 !, r
on Icni atreet.
May 9. ltf2 34tf.
Sewing Machir,l'ibrlUa. Para-K - -
lng Canea, Aw4e sad Fraih Tarrr S-
Utfon, Baby Wagrona, and r"1":,
dading repaira toWketa, Tub, Ac Ac-
Shop ia the rear of CJodfelief ' Farait"
Store. Term, low, bat eJ
Jalv Jd leT2-41lBo