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LOCAL AStJi 8TAT23 XTBXB ;
COUN-70 a 72.
COTTON 16( a 19. j
FLOUO-t3.fll 3.M. I
MKAL4-75 alBO. :
IHITATOES- Irish, 87 a 40 Sweet, 50.
11ACON (country) 12(0 15 hog round.
1X3S4-12. 4 15 L
C'HICKEXS 1$1.50 a f2 pef doz.
LAKDM3 a 15. !
llVjWW a 81 t
HEKSWAY fe a IlO.
BUTTfcH a ?0.
36 pr. lb
Peaches, mipeelcd, 84I
Black berrieB, 8. -
- Mr. Uhgh Jones id creating a tety
liAiidioioe dwelling on Blank, betweeu
Fulton and JacksoiK'atrectsji
-Two figlije, up to tliia
wriiine- Tu 8kv evening, this week. All
or ; " I
hands old men:, far in the decline of life
Mr. I. P. eroney'ii splendid brick re
sideneeJon lnniss, between -Church and
Jackflon Streaa, ia rapidly growing to
completion. ' "? & - ::
r i .
Misi Jennie Caldwell's school commrn
cfd to-day unper very favorable auspices
The turn out U quite full.
Wanted.- A Boy whoi can read and
who is hot afraid to work, wanted at this
office aav an apprentice tcf the printing
business. 1 -
tdp" Salisbury has some reputation for
an accasibnal fisticuff, but it is very
rarely that two of her old staid citizens,
and "city fathers" a, that, Indulge in this
puerile pastime, as was the Case a few days
- A Fatal accident. pa last Satur
day evening near this place, Mrs. Suan
Minor was instantly killed by the N. C.
llailro.id tt aid j She had a pet dog that
ran out on the tract as the train was ad
vancing, and in her efforts to - get ft off
was struck by the engine and killed,
Jon's Robinson's Circus. John
Robinson, the great Shoman, will be here
on the 28th October. He hajs been through
here often, ind has. giveju such univrr
snl patjafactior that all ekenu going peo
ple will know pretty well j hat to expct
KaVh i'ir, ,nk alwaysj accompanied
with increased variety andj additional in
terest 'See hiid advertisement.
McFek This individual
was arrested here last Monday, charged
with coiiinterfifftiiig coin. He i one of a
pang who havje been operating in Cabar-
rns and adjiijitig coimticd for some time
back. U. S. Deputy Marshal Boshe. is
working up the cane, and promises tase-
cure all the r
scals engaged in; the busi-
ness. j McFe
was taken to Raleigh aud
A Chakgb. We notice by the Carol i
fia Ijagk that John B. Husscy, Esq., will
berrafter conduct the editorial department
of thk paper Messrs. J. R. Ellis and J.
II. niis.dijposingof their interest to, and
yithdrawing jin favor of hitn. Mr. Hussey
iliakf s a vejry (creditable debut as an editor,
and we doubt not will prove an excellent
new paper writer. We hejartily welcome
him into the fraternity and wish him
every imaginable success.
A gentlemijin from Rowan, has just in
I fortn ;d us that, in one day last week, six
perst ns, blac k and Tvhite, died on the
fJanjation of John I. Shaver, Esq., hear
Salisbury.- Stakscillc American. ;
We have asked John I. Shaver, Esq.,
about the truth of thti above, and he in
orred us that there was not a word of
truth iin it; that' perhaps "six persons
nau itiiru on ui8 plantation tins year.
it will not be necessary to
nders of the American.
notice the el
FARMERS AKD M ECIIAKIS SfiOCIA.
T'OK bF N. C It is gratifying to see the
interest manifested by tlie people of the
mis j v-nr in uieiriocai lairs. ' rom
all Quarters we recjeive prrmium liti and
announcements of approaching fairs; and
i4ergy and interpiise are displayed tliat
nercr fil ta insure success. Thee are"
thepuri.uiti of peace, and the fruita they
'a ii. yield will be amploJid beneficial j
The premjam list of the above named
Association has been received and is se
eowcj to none that have yet come to hand.
The Fair kill take place at Goldsboro,
A.jU, begining Qctober 22od and con
tinuing four days. . ;
Travlorsville, Henry Co., Va.
j Sept. :9, 1372.
Mortajl.- Mr. Evan ; A. Davis, of
lli ury coon y, Ya.f while attending to the
fiuednig oi his Stock of horea arid mules
fatally kickid by one VAjhe animals that'
Re died alrabst momentei-ily ,a,fter receiv
ing the riiodking blow, hisilieart and inn
being crushed. JJe was, bhrn in Davids?!.
Co. N. C, ia-the year 1813. He remov
ed from IioWs bottom plantation on the
uiyn river, in tnat county to Forsythe.
Co., near Silera in 1840 tl thence to Vir.
ginia where! he resided tin to th timn f
J.ts uufortunjate death-of his famHy he
left an aged wife au4 an only son.
1 . .
Atheville Citizen pays Dr. Greene a high
compUmeot u at skillful Surgeon and sue
cessful cancer doctor, T)r.' Greene-will
be at the National Hotel in this eitv on
the first day of October.! Those whp may
wish to consult him should remember the
The Young Fourt I Rural w a novel
ty among publications for Young People,
entirely different from any other in style
and chaiacter. Cash prizes are given for
best "compositions" Write for a rpeci-
meo number and particulars, which will
be sent free. Terms, $1.50 per year
$1.00 in clubs of four and more, and every
subscriber - receives & pair of beautiful
chromos as a gift". Splendid premiums to
those who form clubs. Address II. N, F.
Lewis, Publisher, Chicago
Pocket Dictionary.-Webster's Pock
et Dictionary, in its present shape, is a
great improvement over all previous edi
tions and all similar work. In the first
place it is neatly printed, and bound in
morocco, with giltf edges. Then it con
tains 200 pictorial illustiatiom, which give
a much clearer tdea ot the meaning of
many words than could possibly be con
veyed by the usual definition. The little
Tolumn, while being no longer than an
ordinary pocket-book, embraces in its vo
cabulary a careful selection of over 18,000
of the most important words of the lan
guage, with defiuitionssufficiently clear,
though necessarily brief, to meet the or
dinary wants of any ontj requiring its use.
Prefixed to the work are tables of rroney,
weight aud measure, abbreviations, words
and phrases from foreign languages, rules
ior speiung, explanations, etc. - it is in
fact a most , valuable little . book, and is
doubly worth the dollar it.eosts. , His
very beautifully and substantially bound,
with tnckS and gilt edges," The Pabltshers,
Ivison, BUkcman, Taylor & Co., 13S and
140 Grand street, New York, will forward
it by mail on recipt of One Dollar , or it can
be brought anywhere.
Th Fall Term of the Courts of the 8th
Judicial District will be held, commenc
iug as follows ;
Jsurry, Monday. Sept 2nd.
Yadkin, Monday, Sept. 16tb.
. Uavie, Monday, Sept. 30th
Rowan, Monday, Oct. 14 th
Davison Monday, " 28th.
-r Forsythe, Monday, Nov". 11th
Stokes, Monday, 15th
Pudiic Speeking. TJio Prrsidrntial
ettctorn, F. B. McDowell and J. G. Ram
jay, will arfdref8 Mie people at the follow
limes and places:
VViI;kesloro, Wilkes ca
Boone Watauga '
Tuesday, Pep. 17.
Thursday, " 10.
Saturday. " 21.
Mnday, " 23.
Weduesdav, " 2o.
Monday, " 30
Tuesday, Oct 1st.
Tuesday. " 15.
Trap Hill. Wilkes,
i All paper? in 7jih Congressional District
are requested to-copy. i
'J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AH persona having claims againsl' the estate
of A. Judson Mason dee'd are herebv notified to
exhibit the same to the underrygned before the
ptli Say of August. X. D. 1873. And all norsnno
pindebted to said estate are requested to settle
prompuy. JUHjN o. HENDERSON,
Adm'r of A. Judson Mason, daZd.
Ang. 8,1872. 47-6U
DP ALL KINDS
Furnished to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Mill on Western N. C. K. R., twenty miles
from Salisbury. : ' " ' ' s
Price at mill $1. At Salisbury $1,20.
Kiln Dried at Salisbury, $1,50.
47 : tfi ' r W R. H. COWAN.
Threshing Machine Oil.
The very best quality at the lowest price.
Guaranteed not to heat, gum, or cut.
Only at THEO. F. KLUTTZ & Co's.
PRESERVE your FRUffi
We desire to call the attention of honset
keepers to our assorted stock of Fruit Jars;
We have the Gem, Pet, Melville, Mason's
Improved, and Porcelain lined. Call and
exaraino'tlie dierent jtyles, and make yonr
selections.. - We offer them verylow.j We have
aIo aUrdrltwbber Bands for old Jaiariwouhf
caution our -Jadv friends to examine their old
oneii before putting up, as fruit is often lost by
usinff defective bands, , ; ".-'
J : Cali before p'urehasing elsewhere.' S -i - f
H1MJ. . hLUTlZ & Co.,
41:tf) Druggists. .....
' JELLY TUMBLERS
wixn sciiBwiTOPs-- ;
The nicest thing out for hoiifsekeepers. Cheap,
(41tf)at ... KLUTfZ t Co's.
One bottle to 136 lbs. Fruit, $1.
Also, Norny's Preserving Powder. -50 cts.
at THEO. P. KLUTTZ & Co's.
Ilavintaken out Letters of Administra
tion, wkjj AVill annexed of .Thomas Cheen
dee'd., t will sell at public sale on tlie premises,
7 niires west. of Salisbury, the tract of land
known as the Joe Gbeen place, containing 216
acres; ahout 75 6T whieh ia finely Umbered:
the remainder fconsisTt o 'Vgdodeal C fresh
,hnd suitable for grain ind tobacco : ome ex
cellent bottom land and 11 small orchard.
There are two dwelling houses on it, and plenty
ol water. ; jt be a4e will take- place on the Pib
of Oober I8?at T2 o'clock; MI Terms
one-third ah, one other third in si months,
And tlio renaainder in 18 Inontiis. Title reserv
ed until full pavment is made. - , V
' C. F. WAGGONER, i
Au26 ?.75v". Admr,,wjth Win njm&dT
X0 3HJ3SS 2S3S32L,30 jfis.'TS?1
, . i SAIiISBTJRY, MONDAY- October . The ..' 28th;'
Great Traveling Museum, Menaqerie,
'.' , Caravan, and
THE GRAND INTERNATIONAL ZOOLOGIC
AL tfAKDEN, POL YTECNIG INSTITUTE.
In Four to Ten Tents,
Am Hie 8pace of the Ground will ''permit,
JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor and General Director.
f This gigantic Enterprise, which has been at
oueniv Keorgamzeu and LauiDDcd for tho
Tovel Unique and Colosal Si)ectaelek never before witnessed in the annals of 'amusement en
terpnseeithef in this1 or any other age, of
Twelve Cnpenor SHOWS in One, All for a Singled ice of Admission.
' In the Collection and Organization of the Museum the utmost care has been taken to grati
fy and enlighten the public by presentingin One Vast Assemblage an accumulation such a has
never been attempted or dreamed of by the combined tact, talent aud liberality of all other
managers mA meriea or Europe. It may be interesting for the public to understand that for
nearly (Two Years Mr. ROBINSON'S Numerous Agents, who are found in almost every partof
the World, have beeu actively employed in procuring Curiosities for bis Great Traveling Show
Some of these were put on 'exhibition for the First Time Lat fear; but they have been very
largely! supplemented for the pre.sent season by New Accession and Consignments bro"htbv
almost;everyj Steamer iroin Foreign l'oits which has arrived in New Yoik for the pateeiht
month4. As au illustration of the Indomitable Energy of the well known I'roprietorof tbis'es.
tablish(nent, it may be well to remark tbat the Exhaustles Itesourees of Europe, Asia Africa
and Anricavwith the subdivsions of China, Japan, Australia, the Polar Regions, South Sea
Island; Arabia. Turkey,-Siam, Circassia, Egypt, the Pacific, Antic. Indian andAtlantic Oceanr.
together. with the Red Sea aud lloly Land, have all been levied into, contributing to swell the
aggregate of This Single Department, which, after all, costitutes but a moietr of all tVat may
he seen. H It is estimated tbat yj the Aquarium, Museum, ileuagerie and Caravan there are
I 'I Twenty Thousand Curiosities.
Tbia Slapendous Combination has been brought together at an actual cost to the Proprietor of
More Than a Million of Dollars; whieh is ten times more than was ever invested in a single
Show, i The (curiosities of the several departments represents the choicest excerpts, from the
realms of Zoology, Ornilhology, Urology, Ichthyology, Couchology, Entomology, Anthropolo
gy, Mechanics, Numismatics, Science, Statuary, Oil Paintings, and manv rare and exquUite
productions of the Automatic and Ileliographie Arts, and so clasMtu d for this CHEAT EXHI
BITION" as to challenge the admiration not ouly of Naturalists, but of Poets, Statesmen, Phi
losophera and Divines.
Parents, SAbbath and Public S hool Tff.rhors slionld bear in mind that No Pa'. lie Exhibition
ever instituted in America all'onb-d a tithe of the Piuctkal Ees.-o .s .f Intuition which are found
in this Unique Exposition ot Object Teaching.
To this vast array is ad Jed, iu a Seniuro I'ulo?:;. T.r.t lapiible of holding Ti n Thousand
HIPPODROME AND CIRCUS,
With One Hundred Horses, Ponies, Camels, Mules, Riding Dogs, Monkeys, Trick
Horses, Klephant?, aud Filty of the Vx st Male and F male Artists in the World.
If traveling by wagons would require the actual services of nearly Two Thousand Men and
Iforses, it is furthermore confidently believed by those most competent to ju.ljj,., while the man
agement are rery emphatic in the statement that taken in tlieareg ite, J. ROBINSON'S World's
Fair has mote real aud solid attraction, merit and value, with a Greater Variety of Marvelous
Features than is usually contained in Twentv Ordinary Show?.
In order that the Public may be a'le to form
mis coiicero we volunteer me eiaiemem mat wnicu win oe OjUaJihed atanv time thed iiiv ex
penses attending JOHN ROBINSON'S EXHIBITION are three times more than the gro re
ceipts of anyjof theself-styled first-class shows iu America. It is, therefore, with no ordinary
degree of confidence that the management announces these Twelve tJreat Shows For Only One
Price of Admission are positively the LARGEST Ever Seen On Earth. "
We respedtfully solicit the attention of the reader to the following enumeration of onlv the
Leading Features of the Great Exhibition, as we have not the f pace to mention the multitudinous
curiosities with which the eutire Exposition so amazingly abounds: The Monster SEA LIONS,
from Alaskaljnine in number, the largest weighing Two T1:ohsuk1 Pounds, consume fivehnndred
pounds of fish daily ; the Egyptian Crocodile,' twenty feet long; a Den of African and South Amer
ican SnakeaLthe longest one thirty feet; a Texas Steer With Three Horns and Eves- an Ediicited
nog, uiai can neaa anu laiK; me jargesi r.iepnni in ine woriu actual weight Five Tons a
Drove of Camels, Buflaloes, Bisons, Sacred Cattle, Llamas; Forty of the Smallest Ponies ever seen-
a Rhinoceros or Unicorn of Holy Writ, one of the mo4 marvelous specimens ever imported
wetght Eight Thousand Pounds, cost $15,000; a Tair of Giant OSTRICHES twelve feet hieh
o...u a .nA.tkn i r :... . xr. i . ir 1 11 . t. . ' o
mcr, ius,c,, ociicgai ivfoparu.i, -vusu ivnugarou, xkai ivangaroo, ol iSew Zealand; Tawnv
Lion, of 2afpa; Shetland Cow, Babyronsa; the Zebu, or Ox Xuuda; Spotted Tigers, Black Tiger
African Popcjiipine and Beavers, the whole forming the Most Magnificent Collection of Wild
Animais ever seen at one time.
IN THE ARENA
" be Introduced lite Follow iny Unexampled Array of Equestrian, Acrobatic,
' Athletic and Gymnastic Talent:
. : i Tle Great and Indomitable ROBERT STICKNEY,
Tlie Preferred JUder of the Paris Exposition and the Champion Horseman of the World.
GAORGE M. K-ELLEY, The Champion Leaper.
! j JOHN WILSON,- The Great Four-horse Rider.
( MASTER F. ROBBINS, The Dashing Somersault Equestrian.
; Mr. GEORGE SLOMAN, The Daring South American Horseman and Trainer.
" COLORED BOY, LEWIS,
ThcWtldund Dashing r Representative of Buralack Horsemanship and Hurdle Leaping.
' i ' .Mr ABDELL AND DAVIS, The Uncalled Gymnasts. .
jM WILLIAM CARROLL, The Flying Leaper.
Thf (WONDERFUL CONRADS, Acrobat?, Gymnasts and Voltigenrs .
M'LLEjFRANCES, The Great Exemplar of the High School of Equestrianism.
FOUR GREAT CLOWNS, Embodying gome of the Most Original in America:
! JOAN LOWLOW, the Peerless ; ARCHIE CAMPBELL,
j WILLIAM CONRAD, F. ROBINSON.
The HOLLAND BROTH ERS, In their wonderful Gymiwstic Specialties.
t CHARLES MACARTY, Battoute Leaper and Voltigeur.
; . i 'r"P harming and Beautiful M'LLE L' AMOUR.
This Eqvestrianne Eclipses any Artiste that fins made her Debt within the Charmed Circle.
I M ADA. ME GERTRUDE: The Fearless and Beantiful Wild Beast Tamer.
1 M'LLE MARGARKT, Tlu. Qn. t n of the Menage.
1 WILLIAM CONRAD'S P. if.iinu.g DOGS and MONKEYS
Will also be introduced, and the World is Challenged to Produce their Equals in the ra
j rty of 'beir perforuiartce and tlie a!mot human sagacity which they display.
; Rprnember, a Show, tlio Equal of Which Has Never Ben Seen in
u t I . Europe or America.
j ' j Managed and Owned by the Veteran Sbowman of the World
j Old John Robinson,
tin - . ...
wf ... Pae 13 a !nre P"rantee that the PuLIic
iiiomon; ever witnessed in oALlbisLK i . JtfaTREXEMBER the Day, Mokday Oct. 28tb
JBST ADMISSION TO ALL 75cW CHILDREN (under 10) 30cU.
IPerfbrmances at 1 and 7:30 o'clock Daily.
Hippodrome, Combined witii
an approximate conception of the magnitude of
will witness theFinet and Met Elaborate
THRESHING MACHINES &
Several varietiav on wheel or without
) CIDER AIIO WINE MILLS
the handiest thing out. . ... I
APPLE AKD PEAGH PAP.EBS,
Corert and SlicersliW wvern. ,
We warrant all these articles toirsatufac
tion or no sale.
f CRAWFORD A HEILIO.
42 tf - .
Complete Sewing, MACHINE.
The first and only' BIJTTON'-IIOLE AND
SEWING MACHINE combined that has
made iu adrt nt in ihis or any oilier country.
jtz7 The following reuoru are given why
uiu u me oesi
Family Machine fo PurUuise.
Decaaae it wili do, 7. Iecaue von
everytbing that any oia- unickly rineor lowerthe
chine CHn do, sewing feril to adapt it to thick ur
from the tiuest to tlie thin clot Ii.
coarsett material, hem-' H. Because yoa have a
ining. felling. corJtnsr, hon deep bobbin bv
braiding, binding, gath-i which tlie thread ia con-
ering uud aewing on, at PUntly tliawn from the
the same tune ruminir. ceutre ; tlie tenaton ii
quilting, etc.. better tbaoioonsequently even and
any other m.chiue. ,uoesnoibjca the thread.
3 BecauoetUe tension! 9. Boca use the preaaer
ae more easily adjusted 'foot turns back: that the
than any other machine, cloth can be easily re-
3. Because it can work.movad after beinKeea ed.
a beautiful button-hole. I 10. Because (lie beet
making at fine a pearl an mechanics pronounce it
by the hand. t he best tiniahtd and
A. Because it will em- made on the best princi
broider over the ele, pi- f any machine- man-
making aneat and beau-lul.icUrea. It baa Do'
tiful border on any gar- iprins to break; noth-I
ment. ing to pet 'ut of orJ';r. j
5. Be cause It will work I ll. Becnnw it la two i
a beautiful eyelet hole, jmachinesiu one. A Bit-
6. Because it can i!o,ton-imle Wokkinu aud I
over-hand acannng, by'SewiNo Machise com
which aheeta. pillow caa-fbined.
ea and the like are sew ed ;
over and aver.
No other Machine can accomplish the
kind of sewing slated in No. A, 4, 5, and ti.
Partiea lining a family sewing machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all tlie improve
ments. It is to last a LIFETIME, ani therefore one
is wanted that will do the mo-t work and do it
the best: and thi- machine on do several
kinds of sewing not done n any other machine, I
uesiueu iying every kiuu mat an ouiers can Uo.
Tlie American or Plain Setting Machine
iVVithotlt the button-hole parta), doea all tbat is
one on tlie Combination except button-hole
ME HONEY & BRO., Acts.
Salisbury, N. C.
Examine thcra before purchaing any other
I do not hesitate tosv the American romh'rn- 1
tion. surpasses all nthi-r inacliinc. Ht-aiuea doitiff
all the work that otber Biarlin can. it ow't-nu.
aud wnrki lntton-!io!os in any fabric, from Swi
muslin, to Beaver cloth I have uned SinperV.
Sloatn", Howe's and the Weed machine, and bad
the American far superior to them all.
Miss M. rttTLrrct.
I have nscd six different Pcwing Machines. Tin
American surpasses them all.
Mks. A . L. IUlNET.
I have n fed The Jinscr and uther tnachinea and
would not excbanKV the American for any.
Mrs. II X. Ckinclk.
Sai.isuiuT. X. P.. May 22.1. 1S72.
Mekoxky ABko., gt. American corn. s. M.
Sir : I h ive used tl c Howe, Sinrcr. Wheeler A
W'ilsou, ViiooxA Gfbba Scwinp mar.inc. and
would not give the American Combination lor all
of tlim. it will do all tLat ia claimed for it in tin
circular. I consider It xiipcrior to all others 1
have ever seen. Very I-jH.'ctfiillv,
Mrs. Gko. W. Uabcinsok.
Wethe undersigned take great pleasure in giving
our teatimouy in favor ot tlie American bewing
Machine ip picferfixe to any other, bcllc virc tl.Mt
in it truthfully rerninineinlcd an the tet machine
made. Uiu iniile. durable, rune very light an!
does not gel out of order or drop .-titehes.
Mrs. I.AVKA M. OVKRMAK,
" A . L. Foi-t,
J. Alun llacws,
" A . W. N'oKTHEUN.
' A . K. .Iones,
il. K. 1'uomaso.v,
We Lave seen flaniins advertisements and heard
mneh aaid by tgei.tsot other mac hi nea.
We will forfeit one humlrcd dollar to the con
tending party, if after a trial l.c!ore cuu iirtviit
jmlfres the American Machine will nut do as well.
if not better, the work done on a nv other machine.
and do valuable work that uo oilier machine can
We have been Agents for Sewine; Maehines since
1356. have sold Singer' a. Lad Webster 8, At water'
and Florence's, aud Lave abandoned all for the
A merican .
Send and get sample of work.
27:ly MEUuN'EV & BItO., AjfU
4, , , A
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S. E. Corner Fourth and Valnut Streets.
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LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
ALL POLICIES N0N-l'l)i:i'i:iTAItl.K.
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ffoveruod aad cotitrdl(4i by gcKtleir.ea ditn '-'. d !: ui ,r 1 .,uc nwjucje aad
cmiiiorcial probity, and ha leen eminently m ci c t'.l.
It tia-s met iti obli'ition with rigoal ?-rrniptiif. nnl ii a tnnt lilwral pir t.
Atnongrit ia-uriii)r menibera, th Company lm- iL - .' i.mi ' .. .. r f the mot
eminent and lcadin men. in profi"-i4ua ad clura, tv.r.tie! - m .,f;b Cavoiiu.
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Property owners desiring to obtain reliable la
arance will do well to protect theotMlve by
securing a Poiicy in '' Georgia Home I iMuraece
Co." Agenciea at proruibeat oioU in ail the
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
Office Xo. 2, Granite Row,
April 2 , '72. ly S.lUbory, X. C.
WALTER A. WOOD.
Reaping and Mowing Machine.
The li;;htct, not stiH.intiil and cheapeet
Implement made. Fully wnrranted.
Tbrexlung Machines and Home Power of
variouapalU-nU,uch atbec.-lebraled Alamance
aid JkiUuuore povur. Send in vnr order.
J. H. THOMPjsoN,
41:Zmr. Tyro. IHvidn Co., N. C.
J. F. RUECKERT,
tfo. .17 ami .10 .TIarLet St.,
WILMINGTON, H. C.
OF THE IlKST
Zieadinf XaCtorict in tbe T'tiitinl Plate.
ntivi.j , e i t t
STY LKS and PKICUS to
aoit purcbaitcr ttii-lantly on band and for Bale.
All ind'iccmenti una!lv held out by
Northern M ji.u.'.nlun r- can only be had in the
State ul the almve place.
QUO. WOOD'3 & CO'S. FAIL
LOR and VESTRY OB.aAX7s !
They arc jrr- enuuevl fr I heir Chirm
i)ff Solu Sh s, Utility an! Purity ff
Tut'C, KU jiiit Ihiijn tunl Fin
ish. In fact I hey surjmss
Heretofore known or introduced in this cily.
Call, Hear and See Them!
All Instrument Warranu-d fur Five Year.
tJ-IMAN'oS TUN Kl A Ml UKPA I Htl.
A choice dcleilioii i.f Shott Music on hand
and for aale. J . F. K I Ft ' K F.HT.
uay iIl-37-tf Wiiuiington, N. C.
D0 yoTlove W.
ir. ana la-ting pcrlurne, with arrest
variety of cilur t xirjit fur the hamiker
chief, includwic ail kind of toiltct article, at
C. P.. 1:AI:K1:I: A-rcrs Drug Store.
1 0 j ou w.h to t uj.", a piHjJL Muoke ? Tbeu
XJ try ..cue uf the gcuuiae Havana Cigars
C. K PARKER Jt CO'S Dm Store.
TANNERS O'.I, Magic and
J r.i:i-i arci:t Machine Oil at
low price at
C.K. HA IiKFRjVi CP'S ImC Store
'K PKSPK'TFCI.I.Y call the attention
? I if 1 'liy-iri;n-, M r bnnb' and tbeiHiblic
gciu raiiy to our wen selected stock ot
Drvys, Chcinicils, Paints, Oils,
Vui i, i shr. llritshr. Dye StitjTs,
J.'nnj.--, J.'inip Fix! ares, dc, de.
VI.L (( )! u ;'rrit!.:ed, pure, fresh and
pinuinv. and j-ri'-c-; to uit tbe time.
All orb'r rcnn'ly attended to. KapenaT
care and attt iiiin civen to our prefer ipli on de
partment. c. ii. p. i:ki:i: a Co., iinit,
i'Succr to Jxu. 11. I!v.m,)
21 tf SalM.urv. N. C.
, AMI mmt
' Xoel J. Krtece.'
Rowan within VwtT4nrm1e wktuf
thtaMunBtoofloa bi,exclnirar th da U
wh atrrice, ami aaer U.c ,a.i4ik mhUh
baa been drjwittd im the ufJccf Use dtrW
the Superior t'twrt for lujwan o'm pU : ai.d Li
him tale notice-llat if ,efl;j t6iUr nt
aaid complaint nitf.in that time, pJmitf
will uke jodjrment airsliut Lisa fora.W ref
dejnaAded io the eoajr Uui.t. ", s.
Herein fail out, axJ of lLL euffiaow' oait
uu rvtarb. - -
Given onder ray ni tH rx!5
coort, tbia lOUt day f Av.mt, 1K72. -
45; CL$i?Upa"" CWt J2" tWf. J
steTvaud VA 1TKD,i
For Daridaon Collie. Apj lr t II G
MeDawel!, En, or Her. Wp, W. PHrV;
Mt. Moome, N. C., cr to Yrvf. Y. ' JT!
Martin, Itarear, at th Clle
da.wi Ltc, vi rci.-via:
To the plantc ra rfVi'r-Vnta ir. 3 Carolfrof
atid the bulk of the T.A.a.T-n crep um:U Ul,s
den It or duty to eipr.-wi Br Ihal fr fW
patroaafl etuadd to out U 4irizg ikm
year. We do toteouiplam, better! frtmtir a.
ix.urap d by the pri.u.sUuu 4 Uude Cit by ci
Uui won, asd wh:Je fnr rir rabUjb-
tneata nay bare aoM rar T.W th&n w.
nao bare nado bvtter to -at'-ly, treulr
arerago tLaa we bare. , VT
Our average fur the moLlh Y.tj; tt f 14 H.
Z " " J"e. - 1351
" " Jalr. 44 - y
Oar market daring the j car Ua leeaaLra
lyouejaafl bju tca tua lid by te4if3t
and firmuea uiarpaK d l i,.ktt.Btb
HUte; r.d iu r! w r t: st!t u atuniv
of t! e growlug crop. w mirlw Uf.M tnsrket
the beJauM of their old crop aj lr m
Our iwnk.r partner havii t I. tbeboVie
for a term of year, enr uireP. (frffctcttTiT
material ibar.p m th aim , f the "Srm.) will
be con Jutted iu tb- arue tbcie-M t:iaabev aa
heretofore j and a ilii tU Lui.- cvlarpeil. j4
improved we cau J-ij j :,r frjetsda
aad the puM.c. CTeralJr.'n aa'alit i:ix.f tidr
pat roc. are, that we can of cr th-m a r4 ne
crnntnrtdatione aod Mnr th-jn a -f -i)Hy
and aatiafactohly a aiyut U-r bwue iaiUutuie.
Parties i.Linr ti ci.J u UA ;.rc .an da w.
ir rail, and it ;J1 t.ii.c:
.lei .arjre. an! ret:n?snc
f;uin tVr rc t free
hxpre r mil. Wcii jtrvi.ua qiuck teaaraa
atlbe ruie an now iua'i Lke prurftvud.
7 b-n run c.m- ti t n. 'n u (All.
iiCTcniNGs.TiinM Af . p.Tirrfr.
Itamttlle. lu.,.4Qwt:tJk 4..lnv
Wm. Ilowzrr. M. A. VvjZIiZ
A First Class House, situated
in the center of the City;
Tlii well known I.,!p! Vn r:.r-d l.M
and i now in Trch .'Tt-V. H.e tmrrlin
liblc may nt aurrd that ibry will rrviT
ririt Class Accomodations.
The Price rt-culated to iit il, limoa Tl.
Table will be upd-d iih tttcbcH ibiiiarkrV
afiorda. The Ir uruiiuie and Lti... r. V
and tbe room Imvk ail a.rv.
Prif Otunita and Parrs?. . fre- of i,rmt.
HOUHK a HttlfJLw"
The ondcrMned wuU rvfxif,.il mk bia
frieixla to uff Otc tJiihy, a tie k.t b tit
iulbe Mancicn II.- '. -i j.i . t ; 1 1 eaia,
lib tb.it eip rid iv be " ' e -.i;. i,;vd in Hav
ing entire atifsctin vull lv vlrtn. I!f
ciiatomerr arc rcjctfolly invitd to call at the
W. A. nAVS.
r. RBTCB f ILL.
HAYS L SILL '
Druggist t Apothseariea,
sAiiisBTxmr, ii. a
Havinp pnrcliavrfl the con?nt t( tb
Drag 8 ton; formrlr v-cnpie! by Ir.
Kdwird Sill. Wr rcfpoctfnlly cll tl at
tention of thff (litiren 4 Haliabury anl
the earroandin cnatitrr, t th! new tr
ranpemenl, and inform thm ibm ill
continue to carry on the biMnfi an lhe
fme place, nnd the aa;e cmrcl'cnt war.
We will endeavor to keep mi .ihA all the
Tarionp poode the people may iteed er
tainin to onr line, and thnf.re hep
by strict attention t buiucF. ti recetro
a liberal fatronaro.
Physician's Orders Prompt
ly Attended To.
Prescriptions accurately and
carefully compounded ly nlialle
and competent l)rvgyiU day or
Stlr'.tr Ci'Dit, Jv i i
La-;ra ( l.artc plainlilf, ,
Tboma Franklin Cbnnc, '
d f.Ttdant. i
STATK OK N0T:TII C MOLINA
Tj tht SKTiJ of
You are I t by a mw. a- t.j Jj?' e
heretofore b-n, to nrim' n Tt"r'-st ' .'rk ,:ti
Chance, the dt Irndaiit altc riaiu d, if if
found within joi.r cui ' tr, tr ri a.jar ih
f -re the Judr in.i a- . u lm In
fur ibe x inly .f I! : i i.e i;-llc.tv
VatMurr, rn tl.c fM:rib Mfi J f :fur .!.. t: '. '.
Mndir in St t'nf-rr n- it. .rd w. r'?'
i ra.liiil wl.ii-ii i p.-.r f U-l H t'tc t rf
i.lrrk of ibe S., ii r m.n,UH CHily.
and i' l ll- .i-i '' . f.l n.i i t i )!' kai U La
fail a t ai.'' r ! . .j.iicl I.irir.g th
m it T rm. tl... ! ii ff iM, ,3 . 1 . tn'br".rt
for lb r-li f lui .U-! ii. . . mf'tiii.f.
lli-tcin fil tt-tt, i il.i 'umnMiia wak
due riliirn iTtn uii..r n, u4 lU
tal rJLtd L'sU l, I i.f 1 . .. u J 1 A i.-l-t, Ictl.
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J. L. ELLIOT c Co. , .
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