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X.OCAI ATJD STATS ITEMS
- j OCTOBEU 3. I
f CORN 70 72.
I CQTTON-i-18 a J5. !
FI.OUn-t3.25 8.73. 1 , i i
MEAL 7$ a 0. i A
I'OTATOEB-Irish, 37 J a 40 Street, 50.
? CHICKEN'S 11.50. $3 per do. -
i LAHD-12 a 15,
i FEAtHKIlS-ncw, 50.
I LTAIXOWiO a 12. 1 r
! ! UYE-l-75 80, I ' . J
BUTTEH a 20 25.
I) HI El) FRUIT
peeled, 12y '
Bla:klcrries, & 7 7.
ttfr We tender thanks to the Hesperian and
1 Columbian Literary Societies of rrinity Col
h rt. N. C., for complimentary tickets to the
"! Anniversary Celebration, to take pace on th
! ; ttmU October.inst.
Ii' : ) 1,
' 1 TIIAIJK8. (We return thanks Ib a com pi i
1 roeutarv ticket of admission to the Charlotte
l- Fair; and .hope that we shall hare; the time to
f 'use it.' I - ;
r tf& AlttUion Ladies!--Mr. Correll and
lMn. Maud haying just recei
t Htock of Millinery will give a grapd opening
next Saturday. The ladies are specially wvi
1 i T
trd to be present.
1 tm The Bcv. W. II. CUtXTsfET; will preach
at McNeely's Hall next Sunday
o'clock P. M,
night, at 7
J Db. BkssRnt i again at hi office in Salh-
' bury, lifter several weeks absence, readyto re
crire the call of those needing his professional
Wo return thanks' to the lion. F.
K. goober for valuable public documents
1 r i
Siikmr Walton. We
Uaru that Sheriff Waltonv who lifta been
tint loroetime cotkiincd to bis
'; nickntB, if pinking
fat. and H id feared
he will not recover.
!MPagk Badges. We acjucwj
1 our indebtedneim to Mr. II. II
IiIIkli'KR, bf the Salisbury Tribune, for a
I 0 JT I life 1U
aru ot ureeM'y aua thrown meaanin
Wh- The Old Fort Mills were entirely d
stroyed by fire on the 2!iih of Sept. hist. The
firr was discovered about fifteen minuter after
ii in, but had mde sueh progrew that it was
impfwuihle to save anything. The lire was un-
iioiintviiiy the wont or an incendiary. T11
lo will bi alnMit $;i,")00 no insurance.
. ti !!
, I ChAulottk OnsERVER. We notice by our
. xchangesthat this excellent pajn-r has chang
; -d hlndrf, Messrs. Smith and Watson having
! ixild to .Mewrs. Johnstone Jones and Peter S.
McLaughlin. Succesk to both the Retiring and
piciiniing eilitors. W e have not gotten the Ob-
server fur some lime 'tack; we don't know why
n po.se the hooks have been changed and the
B'i((.t(irtaccideiitally left off.
Withdrawal.- A. J. Burton, Esq. j has been
compelled,! on account of failing health, to sey
r hjs connection with the Raleigh Kews. Mr.
Burjon is a clever writer, and we regret the ne
cessity which forces his withdrawal.
' ii.. i-
Drake 01 the' Statesville American, calls us s
plunderer ecaiwewif proved his statemente to
1h falne. Wonder if he has lost his reason, or
I4s chracter for truth, honesty, and, fairness,
which ? We "really pitty the poor old man. j
! . j
ilT There will be a citizen's meeting
at Town Hall SAturd.iy night for the
purpose of hearing a report from a Co in
tuit tee on ja subject of general interest to
the people! of Town mid vicinity. It in
volves; important questions and the at
tendance should bo large.
Ovit FIR. Our second annual Fair
opens here next Tharsday. We do hope
our country friends will honor the occa
easion with (heir presence, and also with
stock. Weibope to see the people of not
only Rowan' but of all the surrounding
counties, here. t
iiftng yjur fine horses, hogs, cattle,
sbeep, poultry, butter, grain, &e., &c.
j It is good for our fanners, the main
stay of the country, to meet together on
such occasions, to interchange views, to
renew aid acquaintances, and to see the
improvements in agricultural implements.
1 THE SALISBURY FAIR-OFFICERS.
P. T. W. KKKX, President. '
! LUKK HI.ACKMKlt, First Vice President 1
J. V. HALL, Second Vice President.
M. L. IIOLMKS. V I
h. It. ll AUHI-OX, f Executive Comblttee.
J. S. McLL'BUI,S, V
C A. HENDERSON, Treasurer.
I). A. DAVIS. Secretary.
V. B. Mears. Superintendent Trial of S need.
f. W. lianes,
j 1 r. 1 1 f T
in 1. A. Frercks,
g. iuiteiueniK. -
!H J.S. MeCubbins,
j J J. W. Uall,
il J. K.Burke.
! The President, Dr. T. W. Keen, and the Com
mittee-men,; who have charge of the Agricuh
turat and Mechanical Association, Vhieh is to
commence on the 8th instant, are very efficient.
and they have made extensive preparations to
accommodate tlie necessities of the occasion
New buildings have been erected, and the track
has been put in thorough repair. The celebra.
ted Salisbury Brass Band will be present each
lay during) the Fair. Salisbury U accessible,
I being immediately on the N. C. Railroad, and
the terounuB of the V estern road, j The trarun
portation of j asscngers, articles and stock to
. an,, in mc piuc Ha luai 10 me piner fairs.
Distinguished gentlemen of great llteray ahilU
ties have been invited to address tbe people each
day or the; i air, among whom we note the follow.
ing: Hon, R P Dick. Hon T L Clingman, Gen
j Robert Vaiice, L M McCorkle, Esq,, , Hon J C
liarmr. Gen Rritla Tf rn. iun..i.
j Tlw Tuurnament will cope offon Friday. A
gra n dA grieul tural Ball will be given Si the
Boyden Ilonse on Friday night. Col.C. S.
Brown, trho has thTurnuJung f the Supper,
and who every bidyJknowstfichs the bee Hoi 1
tel wanajer in the Staie, will apare neither
pains nor money to make the complete
Hoccess. Salisbury TrSio J
Eclectic MAGAP.ii. The Eclectic
for October is fall of good tbinga, the con
tenia varying judiciously froia gravtj to
gay, irom lively to severe. There is
nothing in recent magazine literature
which surpasses, for droll humor aud wit
ty characterization, the brilliant sketch of
Barney Geoheganrtlie Irish Member" ot
which the second installment is given in
this number. It reminds one ot Lover in
his best pays, though ill would be difficult,
to find any thing of Lover s that will com
pare wiUi it iu point of power and variety,
Dome ot the other papers to be noted.
are Jjord lSyran Anmher View j" "J tie
Middle Ages and the lievivaluf Learning;"
'LaUrZuni ' l he Longevity 0 Uie Matrix
archs;" "Domestic Lrje Mirubeau;"
Russian Ghott Storied ;" "Lr. Carpen
ter's Address before the Jiiitish Associa
Hon;" "'Betwixt Two Hfuola;" "The
Strange Adventures of a l'haeton;" aud
"Mazztni" of whom a finely engraved
portrait is gtveu.
TbeLdiiorial Departments present tbe
usual fresh literary reviews, scieutitic and
art items, aud aiiecellany.
Published by E. It. Felton, 108 Ful
ton Street, New York. Teriuo, $5 a year;
two copies, $9. Dingle number, 45 cents.
O, That X were Beautiful ! is the un-
gpoken wish of thousand of women to whom
nature has denied the charm of a pure, fresh
transparent complexion. To gratily this wish
Haoasn's Magnolia Balm was introduced.
The cosmetics of the day had been pronounced
poisonous by the most distinguished chemists,
and it was also found that their ultimate effect
was to wither the skin as well as to paralize the
external nerves. he herbal and floral prepar
ation capable of imparting to their faces, necks
and arms a porcelain smoothness and a tinge
like that of the finest oriental pearl. They soon
iJiscovered that it was a " new thing nnder the
sun, incomparable and unapproachable. Un
questionably the Magnolia Balm has been
the great toilet success of the present century.
$1,000 Reward is offered by the proprietor of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, for a
medicine that will equal It in thecureofallse
verecasesof" Liver Complaint and all diseas
es arining from impurity of the blood, as Erup
tions, Pimples, Blotches, Boils,, etc.
A regular habit of body is absolutely es
sential to physical health aud clearness of
ltitelleet. Isor is this ail. Beauty of person
cannot , co-exist with an unnatural couditjou
of the bowels. A free passage of the refuse
matter of the system through these natural
waste-pipes, is as necessary to the punty
of the body as free passage of theotjulofa
city through, its seweis .is necessary to the
health of its inhabitants.
Indigestiou is the pi iinary cause of most of
the diseases of the discharging organs, and
one its most common results is 'Coiistipa' itn.
This complaint, besides being dangercmis it
itself has many disagreeabIeconcomitaiits-
such as an unpleasant hfl-eath. a sallow skin,
contaminating blood and bile, hemorrhoids,
headache, loss of memory, and general de
Hosfetter's Stomaeli Bttters remove' all
evils by removing their immediate cause in
digestive organs, and regulating the action
of the intestines. The comhimttion of pro
perties in this celebrated preparation is one
of its chief merits. It is not merely a stimu
lant or a tonic, or an antiiilicus agent, or
a uervitie, or a blod depureut, or a cathartic,
but all tlese curative, elements judiciously
blended in one powerful, restorative. It
lend activity and vigor to the inert and en
ervated stomach, relieves the alimentary
canal of its obstructions, and gives (oueto the
membrane which Hues it. gently stimulates
the liver, braces the nerves, aud cheers the
animal spirits. No other remedy possesses
such a variety ofhygieniic vi'tues. It is to
these characteristic viitPe that'it owes Us
prestigw as a housth Id md'ciue. Exper
ieuee has proved thai it is as harinless as it
is eSicaeious, and h'M t it is as popular with
the weaker sex as with the stronger.
ilostetter s Stomach Bitters are sold in
xttties ouly, and th tiade-inirk bhwu in
the glass-eugraved on the !ah is the testcf
genuineuess. JJeware ofeountTfeits.
TUti UALESOP AKAbV are not sunfier than
the aionia which the ti a grant bozodont injjHrl.-to
breath . Nor is t lie liea it of the ivory nnt whiter
tli n the teeth that are cleaned daily with that
TU OWNERS OF IiORSEI No one has ever used
Dr. Tobias llarsa Venetian Liniment, will ever
bt; without it: it i. a certain cuie for Colic, frore
Throat, Cuts, bruises, and Old Sores. Warranted
mnerior to any other; in pint bottles, at One Dol
lar. Sold by all aiuggiste. I'epot, iu rark Place,
New y oik,
BURNETTS STANDARD FLAVORING EX-
TRAC IS are neatly put np in Unpannemed 2 ox
5 o, and 10 or bottles, and are for sale by the trade
centrally iu every, principal city and town in the
United States, Ca it 11 das. and Bhtich I'lovinccs, as
wetrasia many other foreign counlnes.
HELP FOR THE HOPELESS. You are weak,
dejected, miserable, and nothing doesou anv
good, you saj-. Jon't despair. Tlieie ishairain
Oilead. Have vou fried Vinegar Bittejsl No!
Then why dont you ? Whether your coni plaint be
dysjiepsia, bilUus.nesSf nervous weakness, conntit-
utional uebil.ty, or any ou.er tronbie Vinegar
Ditters Will revive and renovate your shattered
system, as a genial rain refreshes the withered
flower , ' -
Worn DnriMu, " InilieesOon.depreMlon of gptrlu and
grnera' ilebt tty in th- Ir vloa tprtm; !. .p-o-
ventivc mm-v t ' f vtr and Siiue, oirer 'otermiit ni
feer, The Ferro-PlMHiihorst'rt "lller ol Cnliy, made
by Cmit L lUsvrd Co., ew York. ' d fold by 1
Dru gtf h lhe bctt tontc, n4 a a t nio for patirnls
recovering from i ver - r otter tcknR, H ha n equal
Thcbstos's Ivort Pbarl Totn Powmir. 1 he best ar
tide kr.own fcr cleai-yl').' ai d prrsei vuii; th tei tl. i d
irumt. fold by all Dui; lts. I", ice i aud 50 1 er bottle
K. 0. Welti t M.. N w Vork.
CHRIST ADORO'S H AIR DTE, stands unrivalled
in the world. No lady or gentleman of discrhnina
tion Uses any other It is the most perfect, reliable
and effective Hair Dye iu the World. Manufactory,
68 Madeo Lane, New York.
CARBOLIC SALVE, recommended by Physi-
ciansaStbe greit Healing Coniponnd. Price 25
CeiUsper box. John Henry, bole 1'ropr etor, o
oHegfi Place, Nejw York. -
RlSLRY'S BUCHU is reliable Dieretic and Toe-
ic firall dera isements of the urinay and genital
otgaus. The genuine, as formerly bom ity Havi-
land. tlarral k Uislev and their cranches, is now
prepared by H. W. kisley, the orinator and Pro-
irietor; and ti e trad s.ifjiiea is euccessors,
lorgan & Risley, New York.
8VAPNIA, or opium purified, the most perfect
anod 3 ne in the maket. n:ade by process of pr. J . M .
BigelrwfI)etroit"iledicl Colhge. Isalways uni-
form in strength, which is rarely lm case iu ottiet
pa ratio ris pf Opiunc . , , ; , ' x
PR ATT i ASTRAL OIL has a world-wide repn
ttion as the surest and best-illuminating oil.
Over two million callena have been sold for the
past two years, from which no accident of any de
scription have occorred. ena lor i,iruiar. un
House of Chas. Pratt, Established IT70, New York.
WE HAVE FBEQUESTLt FEAED motors
say 4 hey would not be wrtl'out Mrs. W inflow's
Soothing Syrnp-4m the Wrth of the child until it
h finished with the teething siege, under any con
sidsraAioA whatever., . - v J
TH E, KECEET OF BEUATY. What is it no
longer aske.(U for tbe world of fashion arid the ladies
knowlhatis produced by using a delightful and
harmless toilet preparation known aaG. W. Laird's
' Bloom of Y'Duth." Its beantifyimr-effects are
truly wonderful. Depot, B, (lohl St, K. Y
The Building on. Dr. Siimmercll'e Jxt, for-
merit sued by him as an office i for sale. Any
person desiroos of purchasing would do well to
call on the imdervhined.. The building can be
easily moved, as it has no chimnev. '
' lmo-52 J i J. J. smiMERELL. .
THE firm! of Bcrke & Coffik is this day
dissolved'by: mutual consent.
Sept. 12, 1872.
The undersigned will continue to attend to
sales In Town or country when called upon.
tf-52 P 1 1 J.K.BUKKE.
Adzniiiistrator's Notice. ..
Alt Dersons havlncr claims iwrainst the es'ste
of Dr. M. A; Loekf, 5;'d, are hereby notified
to exhibit the sarae-to the nndersigned before
the l2thjay of Septemler, Af D., 1873. And
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment promptly, as but very short
indulgence will be given.
if! r. IX)WAN,
i ! ! AinCr of Dr. M. A. Locke det?d.
Sept. 12th 1 872. tf:
I SETTLE UP.
All; those indebted to me for subscrintion to
the I2raniittert for Advertising, or job work, are
respectiuly requested to come forward and set
tie np without farther delay. Corn, Wheat,
'our, 1 earn,-; or any conntryj produce taken in
exchange! toit claims and the market price allow
ed. I i J. jJ. STEWART.
, Sept. S,-61:tf I I
BR. J. F GRIFFITH,
k I j DEICTIST.
jiavuig iqeaieu; in cansoury, solicits a prac-
uce in trie town and surrounding country.
: McXcelg Building, Entrance to
McJSeely sHulL 45 3m pd
STOP THE TCIIEF,
N the night of the 3d instant, stolen from
my wagon, near Dulins School House, a bav
Mare and c?lt. The mare was 13 or 14 years
oia, wart on right ear, one white fore foot, and
in good order, lhe colt was five months old
iron grey, white face, black Inane and tail.
I offer Twenty -five Dollars reward for
the delivery of said mare and colt, or any in
formation iri regard to them will be thankfully
received. Kev. UAMii'j 1 UT IS.
Smith Gbove,!N. C,
Sept. 7th, 1872.
Dr; B. H. GREENE,
1 CHARGE OF j TFIE BRANCH UFF1CE TO
DR. Kiisk's Philadelphia BelLvue Institute
and Qancer Infirmary at Charlotte, X. C
'if l WILL BE AT
Salisbury, N. C, is'ational Hotel, Oct. 1st.
Greensboro',! N. Cl, Ben bow House, Oct. 2d.
Goldbdrb h. Ci Principal Hotel, Oct. 3d.
Raleigh. N. CJtTVarborough House, Oct. 4th.
Fsyeitevjlle, K. C, Exchange Hotel, Ot'-L 6th.
Rockinghi!i4 X.C RuWlls Hotel, Oct. 8th.
For tlif purpose of seeing any who may wish
to consult hiin widiout a visit to Charlotte, with
refferenrf trt Cancers and Cancerous Dis
eases, Scrofula, likp, &e. '
fiSafCall and see him.Ta
Sept. 12, 1872 3wo2.
Smith's Shoe Store!
Chai lcUe, X. C,
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS AGO.
THE LARGEST WHOLESALE AND RE
TA1L SHOE HOUSE IN
; THE STATE 1
nAVE Agents always in the Northern mnr
kets. Froi long experience in the Shoe
Trade and superior advantn-res in huving, we
guarantee to sell BOOTS AND SHOES at as
low prices ajs any New York Jobber. For
proof of pur Hssertion, the next time yon are in
Charlotte corihe aad examine our Stock and
prices whether you wish to buy or not.
We are now receiving our large Fall Stock,
consisting of i
Boots. Shoos, Leather, Shoe
Findings Truiiksand Hats.
If you only iant a single pair of Shoes,
send yonr order t SMI HI, and you will
be suited or you can return thje felloes.
Always buy iyour Shoes at a Shoe
Store, you 4an be better suited, and get
SI P, SIHITII & CO.,
Smjth's iShoe Store, Charlotte, N. C.
Sept. 12 72, S52: 31:
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
tn ' j I AND
Sollritdrs in panhrnplri).
iSpechtl atlenfion paid to Proceedings
J Sept. 5,-5 l:3mos.
Valuable Land for Sale.
As agent foi- Bs R, Ratts, 1 will sell at public
sale, on the piiblic square,; Salisbury, on Satur
day the feth off Oet., at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., his
valuable tracts of land lying on the Sherrill's
Foard Road, containing 150 acres. Said tract is
5 miles west of Salisbury. Terms made known
on day efsale. ! JOHN L1NGLE. Aj;t.
Aug. 31, 1S72. 5t: pd.
j A1T2 STEAW GOODS,
White Goods, Enihroidcries, &e.
ARMSTROHG CATGR & CO.
tnlpcrteri. Manufacturers and Jobbers
Bonnet Triining, Neck and Sash Ribbons,
Velvet i Ribbbns, Neck Ties. Bonnet Silks,
Velvets and Crapes, Flowers. Feathers,
Ornaments, Frames, &c.
STKAW PO NEjr t LA' lES AND rHILi)BENfl
HATS, TRTMMtD ANU UXTRIMMi-D.
I And ii) connecting Warerooms
White- Goods, Linens, Embroideries,
Laees, Netsj Coll ars. Setts, Handkerchiefs,
Head Net, Jtc, A:c.
Nos. 137 and 139 Bait, st., Baltimore, Md.
These goodsare manufactured by nror liought
for Cash directly from the European snd Amer
ican Manufacturers, embracing all the latest
novelties, unetpialed in variety and cheapness
in anv market.
Orders filled with care, promptness and dis
51-3c: pd. 1
The Commissioners of Iredell County will
receive at their Office jo Statesville until the
28th day of September next sealed projiosaU for
building a new Jail in said county. The house
to be built of Shriek. 30 by 40 feet, three stories
high,; With a Cage on the 3rd Door.
Plan and specifications of the. building, cage
&c, to be seen at office of Regiter of Deeds.
I j JOHN DAVIDSON, Chair' ra
B'rd County Commissioners
4$i 4t: Iredell County, N. C.
. ; r 'f j "
Cheapj !Chattel Mortgages,
a&4 Ivarioui other blanks for sale here.
- 4 -; -- - in..
Th firm heretofore existing nnder the name
Mills & Boyd eir i this day dissolved It
ntual consent, r . i .' J "4-n i 4 2 ?
Those indebted to the late firm will please
come forward and make settlement with Messrs.
Mills, Kerns S Co., to whom all claims are due.
i' MILLS & BUiDEN.
T. M. XfRXS. J B. KEKXS
MILLS, KERNS & CO:
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
And Coadssiai Merdunts,
Saisbcet, March 1st, 1872.
Keen const antlr on hand a larce and rhnW
stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
comprising Dry Goods, Groceries, Ware, etc!
winch they would especially mention
Sugar and Coffee, of all gratfes,
SHOES & BOOTS,
FLOUR and MEAL,
SO .PS i-
' PEPPER and SPICES,
LIQUORS, of all
kinds always on hand, of choice quality.
its? Hisnecial attention given to consign
ments and prompt Tet urns made.
vriPTiT ripnt tvi
YADKIN cocnty In Supenor Court
S.T. Spur Admr.of J. Sheek dec Plff
Milly Sheek, John V. Sheek, I Petition
Mills C. Sheek, and to sell
S. r. Spur and wife land for
Jancy Jane Defendants J assets.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that Miles C. Sheek one of the Defendants above
named is not a resident of this State ; It is there
fore ordered that publication be made in the
"Carolina Watchman," a newspaper published
in Salisbury N. C. for six weeks successively,
requiring said Dependents to appear at the office
of the clerk of the Superior Court for the Courts
of Yankin at the Court House in Yandkinville
on the first day of Oct. next and answer the
complaint of Plaintiff or the same will be heard
ex parte as to him.
Thistlrday of Angnst 1872.
JAMES A. MARTIN, C. S. C.
1 J In the Superior Court.
W. R. Sharp Adm'r of Hiram Phelps, dee'ed,
E. G. Clouse and wife Julia A. Clouse, LV H.
Pheljw, Anderson Cornatzor and wife Ida
Cornatzer, Falla Phelps, Hiram Phelps and
Petition to sell land for assets.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court
that U. II. Phelps, one of the defendants above
named is not a resident of this State; It is there
fore ordered that publication be made in the
' Carolina Watchman" a newspaper published
in the town of Salisbury, for six successive weeics,
requiring said defendant to appeal at the office
of the clerk of the Superior Court, at the court
house in Mocksville on the 7lh dav of October
next and answer the complaint of plaintiff or
ltieame will be heard ezvarte as to him.
ieame will be heard ezpartenn
This 20th day of August 1872.
II. B. Howard, C. S. C.
49: 6t $3
of Davie county.
Drs. Summerell & Gaither's
BARKER & C0S Dm Store
Aug. 2, 40:
All persons having claims against the estate
of A. Judson Mason dee'd are hereby notified to
exhibit the same to the undersigned before the
8th day of August, A. D. 1873. And all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to settle
promptly. JU1I S. HENDERSON,
Adax'i of A. Judson Mason, deed.
Aug. 8, 1372. 47-6t:
OP ALL KINDS
Furnished to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Miil on Western N. C. R. R., twenty miles
Trice at mill SI. At Salisbury 31,20
Kiln Dried at Salisbury, $1,50.
47 : tf: R. II. COWAN.
Threshing Machine Oil.
The very best quality at the lowest price.
Guaranteed not to heat, gum, or cut.
Only at THEl). F. KLUTTZ & Co's.
41:tf Drug Store.
PRESERVE your FRUIT!
We desire to call the attention of house
keepers to our assorted su:k of Fruit Tars.
We have the Gem, Pet, Melville, Mason's
Improved, and Porcelain lined. Call and
examine the different styles, and make your
selections. We offer them verv low. We have
also extra Rubber Hands for old Jars, and'would
caution our lady friends to examine their old
ones before putting up, as fruit is often lost by
using defective bands.
Call before purchasing elsewhere. &
T1IEO. F. KLUTTZ & Co.,
WIT XX SCREW TOPS
The nicest thing out for housekeepers. Cheap,
(41 if ) at KLUTTZ A Co'a.
One bottle to 13G lbs. Fruit, $1.
Also, Norny's Preserving Powder. 50 ct.
at THEO. F. KLUTTZ & Co.
41:tf) Drug Store.
Having taken out Letters of Administra
tion, with Will annexed, of Thomas Gheen
dee'd- I will sell at public sale on tlie premise.
7 milea west of Salisbury, the tract of land
known aa the Joe CJheen place, containing 216
acres, about 75 of which is finely timbered :
the remainder consists of a good deal of fresh
land suitable for grain and tobacco : some ex
cellent bottom land and a small orchard.
There art two dwelling houses on it, and plenty
of water. Tle sale will take place on the 5th
of O.-tober, 1872, at 12 o'clock, M. Terms
one-third cah, one other third in six months,
and the remainder in 18 months, litle reserv
ed nntil full payment i made.
Ana. ?) 873. Admr. with WUI anntxed.
4 Several varieties, on wheek or withoaL .
rCIDER A1ID:V1HE MIlLSr-
the handt thing ouC ' " ;
APPLE AND PEAGH PAGERS.
.'TJorefii and SHcera labor aavera,
We warrant all tbeae articles to civ aatisfac
tion or no Sale.
CP.AWFORD A HEILIG.
BUTTON-HOLE. 0 VERSE AM Iff Q
. r..- f - . AND
Complete . Sewing MACHINE.
' ' "
The first and only BUTTON-HOLE AND
SEWING MACH IN K touibined that has
made its advent in this or any other country.
SfcgT The following reasons are given why
this is the best
Family Machine to Purchase. '
1. Becaoe it will do, 7. Becasne yon eaa
everything that any ma- qnickly raise or loirertb
chine can do, aewiug' leed to adapt it to thick or
froia the finest to the tin u cloth,
coarsest material, heui-l 8. Because yoa hare a
ming, felling, cording,. short deep bobbin by
braiding, oiudiug, gath- which the thread is con-
eriug and sewing ou, at stantly drawn from the
the same time ruftiing, 'centre ; the teaaion ia
quilting, etc.. better than oourteqaently even and
any otner mac 11 me. uoesuoiureaKtiieuiread.
3 Becau the tensions V. Because the nrenser-
a e more easily adj listed, fot turns back; that the
than any other machine, cloth can be easily re-
3. Because it can work moved after bemgaeved.
tieautiful button-hole j 10. Because tbe best
making as fine a pearl as mechanics pronounce it
by the hand. jtLe bet finbed and
4. Bec iuxe it will em- made on the bent prioci-
brnider over the edire, pie of any machine luan-
making aneat and beau- ufactured. It has bo
tiful border on any gar-xprinas to break; noth-
ment. , ing to get ut of order.
6. Because it will work; 11. Because it in two
a beautiful eyelet hole, iiiachinexin on. A Bvt-
6. Berause it can no rox bulk Wosiisoand
over-hand seaming, by ewino Macbim com.
which HheeU. piliow ca- biued.
es snd tbe like are sewedl
over and :rer.
tf3 No other Machine can accomplish the
kind of sewing stated in Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Parties using a familr sewing machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all the improve
It is to last a LIFETIME, and therefore one
i wanted that will do the most work and do it
the best : and this machine can do several
kimN of sewingjiot done on any other machine,
be-ide doing every kind that all others can do.
The American or Plain Serving Machine.
(Without the button-hole parts , doe all that is
done on the Combination except button-hole
MLUONEY & BRO., Agts.
Salisbury, N. C.
Examine them before purcha-ing any other
I do not hesitate to my the American Combina
tion, surpactit'H all other inurhines. Bt-ttides doing
all the u-urk that other machine csn. itoverveatus,
aud works button-hole in any fabric, from in
muliu. to Beaver cloth I have oed Singer'a,
"floats, Ilowe' and the Weed machine, and Cud
the American far superior to thera all.
Mi si M. RrTLEiGi
I have used mix different Sewing Machines. The
American surpasses Ibt-ni all.
Mas. A . L. FUiMiT.
I hive ned The tinier and other machines and
would not exchange the Amtrican for any.
Mus. II X. Bbinclk.
Rmsbcst. N. C, May 3M. 1872.
Mkboney & Bko., arU. American Com. S. M.
Sib: I hare used ti e Howe. Singer, Wheeler A
Wilsoii, vt'ilcoxA (iibls Sewing machiue. and
would ni give the American Combination for all
of th'rn. it will da all that is claimed for it iu the
circular. 1 consider it auperior to all othtr I
have ever seen. Very Ho-pectfully,
Mas. ;e'. W. Hakbikso.
Wethe undersigned take great pleasure in giving
our testimony in favor of the American Sewing
Machine ir piflerence to any other, believing that
in it truthfully recouiniended as the be ft machir-e
made. Iti simple. "durable, runs very light and
docs not get out of order or drop atitche.
Mas. Lacba M. uvebmak,
" A . L. ForsT,
J. Allen Bhowm.
" A . W. N'ORTUfcllS.
A . E. Jones,
M. E. Tbomason,
We have seen flaming advertisements and hesrd
ranch said by IgenWol other tLachines.
We will forfeit one hundred dollars to the eon-
tending party, if after a fail trial before competent
u lgej the Aincru-itn .Machine wji not do r. well,
f not better, the work done on anyoth-r machine.
and do valuable aork that no other machine can
We have been Agont fir Sewing Machines since
1850, have soid Singer's. Lad Webiter'a. Atwaters's
and Florence's, and Lave abandoned allfct the
Send aud get samples of work.
27:ly MfcltOXEV Jt BRO., Ag U
AMERICAN LB INSURANCE CO. OF PHILA.
S. E. Corner Fourth
XJkJVv t VkJa MUjUUlVjUVTtOUi ' Yoa are herrby commandej, roa have
GEORGE W. HILL, President, JOHN S. WILSON. Secretarvjt"? 7XZu7b!Z. 1 .fTl4 u
ALEXANDKU Will I.I F.N.
Hovl .TA. POLLOCK. 1. EDGAR THOMPSON, OKO. Ni;OHT,
ALHEUTC. BOBEUTS PHILIP B. MIXOLE, HON. A. (i. CATTKLL,
ISAAC I1AZLEHLBST, L. M. W111LLDEN. - HENIiV K. BEN.F '"r
GEO. W. HILL, JAS. L.CLA(iHOUN, J.(J. WALNAMAKFP
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Pulicier,
LOWEST rates possible.
ALL POLICIES NOX-FOKFEITABLE.
'I'TJE AMERICAN ha been in active operation for nearly a qtrtr f i rafary. kberti
1 governed and controlled by geutlemen dhttingaiKhed for tb-ir bu.-:D-- iper.rnre and
commercial probity, and has been eminently tact-eful.
It has met its obligations with signal i rompUies. and iu a most liberal spirit.
Among its innrinr memler. the Company ha the hon..r of iiCuWrir g unj of the most
eminent aud leading men, in all prnfioas and clas-s. tt rtrxigtoct N rth Can liua.
Uehable AgeuU WiUU'd, waw sawulu apply
Or k C!. St. ClAIS TSAit!?, ispt. If ent,
- frjvln r -
Georgia Home Insurance Co.
Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
Incorporated, 1 S50. Ca pital. $X0,(i00
J. RHODES BROWNE, PresSdt,
D. F. W1LLCOX, Secretary.
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
And Promptly raid in Full!
T 1 I . 1 . . , . .
a ivjirnT owner uevirinz 10 001am reiiabie 1 n-
surancw will do well to protect ihenwlvea by
expiring a Policy in "(uia Home Incur no
Co." Agencies at promiiiti ioinU in all the
J. ALLEN BKOWN, Agent,
Office No. 2, Granite How,
April 25, '72. fly SalWniry, N.C.
rji t!jai(2t-i. '(js
WALTER A. WOOD.
Reaping and Mowing Machine.
The lightest, nut st.-tanlin! and ticapTt
Imjdemcnt made. Fully warranted.
Threshing Machiius and Jior-e Powers of
various patUnU, uri a thecvU-bratcd A lamancc
and Baltimore powtrs. Sml in vour onhr.
J. II. TIIOMPSON,
41:3rho. Tyro. IVirj.jn CV, X.C.
J. F. RUEC K BR
,os 37 and .19 TXnrLrt St.,
WILMIHGTOK, H. C.
OF Till: BEST
Leading Factories in the i"i.in-d state. !
PIANOS of ALL STYLES and rKH K-Stol
suit purchanrs con.trt!v on hand and for sale. !
Lrif .111 ii:4ioii'iiit-iu iiAiiiiiir i.. i.t rtt t.,- i
-.j in i ,,.
V.. nli. th f i,i,r,..ii,r. r- . ... i. i.. .i". i
i.,,, .i.,, iiau in ,it- i
State at the auve .v.
OEO. WOOD'3 &. C03. FAR
LOU aad vustutt 0?.aAIC I
Titcy arc j rc cm.itCul fur th:ir ( luir til
ing Solo Sl'ij'S, lira at g and Purify tf
Tunc Klrj a, t I'istgn arid I'm
ish. In fact thry nirjMits
axy una ax
Heretofore known or introduced in this city.
Call, Hear and See Them!
All Instrument Warranted fjr Five Year.
tl-PlAN'ns TrNi:i ASH !,.KI,tIltKI..r3
A choii-C M-!eithili .f Sht Miiic rill hand
and for Mle J. F. Ill LVKhKT.
may ill-oclf iliiiintun, N. C.
DO YOU L0V5 ME.
VNF.W and lasting erfume, with a great
variety of other xtr:u-u for tin handker-
chief, including nil kiml of toiln-t article-, at
C. K. BAKKF.K AX'S Drug Store.
UO I t'll Wi-h to eijoy a giHl -iin.ke ? Th'-n
try s'dno of the genuine Havana Cigars
just received a'
C. K. BAI.KKR t I'O'S Drug Store.
TANNF.US Oil. Magic ami
Transparent Machine Oil at
C. K. BABKKB 6. CO S Drug Siore.
E BEl'ECTl'L'LLY call the attention
of l livsician. M reliant .n. d the public
generally to our well U-cU-d ttock o
Drugs, Clicthuuh, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, lint Jits, gc Stuffs,
Lain', Lump Fixtures, d'c, f c.
A I.L fSOODS warranted, pure, freh and
gennine, and j.riot tf
nit the time.
All or'It-r prompt I " :itt-ndttl to. lierial
care and attention jiiveii to our procription de-
, ,n ...
C. R. BAKKEB A Co., DrncsUt,
(.snccxsor to Jno. H. Fnxi-j.'i
2G tf Sali-lMirv. N. C.
and Walnut Streets.
by letter 01 iu itii to
BbV. L. F. WAT. Geul Agent,
teTille. N. C .
Wilmington, N. C. I may3cXkly )
1 Sarah A. Frirt". !'.:.,
Toihe Sheriff of Ilow.n tV.or.tj - fTrV'tt?!?
' f? r irty eotanran4el U -Rit JA
J.trMK. the del 't above naAl if 1.. l
iyt,ar connty, to appear at tbt cQct of lb
rhtkof the Superior Coort for tht event t tT ' .
Bowaa within twerty day after the service ef
- , v w kva
nvdiwi iw una, cicjutiTt 01 in oay 01
such Bervice, and Answer the complaint wblrlt
a t-r- deported i ihejcof tke rterk of u
lh Sonerior Ctnr I Bow a a fovBtj; and lt
him take nok- tbi U le bril to mtr la i
saJ romplamt within iht tiasc,' the Haiait5
will take judgment arU.4 iM Jot U rtlif
demaitdea in tbe cotnidaint.
Herein fail not, aud vt ihie BUKuona makw
due return. t
Uiven under my had tDd iheealr LJ " !
court, tLU 10th day of Angus!, 1ST 2. ? '
JOHN A. DOYPET," - " .
CUrl Superior Court. ctta D. '
43: 6u $8. . !
STEWARD WAITED, , f
Kor Davidson College. Anply to VL O.
McDowell, lq, or Ilev. Wm. W. IharT, '
Mt. Monrne, N. C., or to Piof. W. J.
Manin, Bursar, at lhe College. r , t , f
To the planters of Virginia and N. Carol in at
A the pre-ert ncal rear is drawirg to ai'ote, '
and the bulk ol the TuWco crep marketed, w
deiu it uur duty to riprrsji our thinks tor tbt
pa'xonage extended to nor Hone darlrg tht
year. AVe do nr cmnplain.bat feel grei:y ea .
eonragr-dy tbe prop.utK.n of tradrdone by
thu M.-a-iu. and wbil mist older estahU. .
mecU may bare sold more Tobacco than wa,
none have made a letter, monthly or yearly
average ttan we hare.
Our average for the mocth of May.w&s f 14 ;
" " Jnre. - 15 30
" " Jaly. - 13
Our markrt daring the year Laa Wat live
ly one and ha litii marked by a steedfaret "
and firm'iednnsurpasfced I r any markeC ia the .
Slate; a'jd in view of tie krly matanty
of t e gmmiug enp. we advise all, to a market -f
the balan e of their old crop aa early aa
Our siiiior rttuer harirr lcaej the hont
for a term or years, oar tannest, (althcttany
material charge in tbe same of the Crm.)wifl
be conducted in the urn efiiment inajmrr mm
heretofore ; and with tbe houe ealaraxt 4
improved we can aX$ly sy to out (rie4s s
aud the public, trrcnafly.in agaia soliciting their
pats on age. that we can offer theia aa prood ac
commodation aud Mrive them aa e&tieclly
and satisfactorily a any othf r hoot In Basrille.'
Panie wishing to send as tobai-co rat d e
by rail, and it w ill he taken from the depot fret
of charge and remittanoe prct ptly made Vy
Eipre or mail. Wecan nror.i!M qukk rettrrw
a the Kales are ih.w aotall and the pncerwd.
Xi hen you onue to t n. give ut a rail.
. Bt TClll.VGS, TUOMaS I BUlTTOy,
kIar,l!r, J.y.W Tfl lCi. 49-Ibm.
Wm. Bowzrc M. A. II ai a out.
Nalinbury, .. C,
in the center of the City.
Thi well klKtwn II. .ul h rhatred lurxla
and i rniw in Tko'tm ., l,in,. J , tfati.t
....t.- . ..." i .... ,,
I'UMiat ma, -urt-,l j, ai li . r v. ,.i uill
First Class AccomodAtioai,
1 l e I nn rcg iltel lo iut the time. T1t
II U- ni.h,xj iih lhe Ui the markrt
The Furniiure and Iktlimr are Am
and tbe momn largr and airr.
C.i U ST A IILI-S tximmed iih the House,
tajr Uuii.jbu. and lUcjrav, frt-e f charge.
TTic uudcr!gnri would rticrlfuHv ek h'u
friend lo vtrf ikf rJtwvr. a he ha hn kaw-rw
ing the Maitnioii 11. ;- fur lb.- twel" wmm.
; With that ei j ri nee be ftl- warranted in mr
t ing entire tali'faclinn will be giveti. Hia olj
c-u-ioroer are rejcrtfuliy invited lo rail at tbe
U 71 nOTTZCK.
t. BUYCI SILL
HAYS & SILL
Druggist 8c Apothecaries,
SAIaXSBTJR'2', II. C.
Having pnrchasf d the contents of tht
Diug Stoic f.utaeily occupied bj Df.
Kdward Sill. We rt ui rif u!l v rl! iha L
: fJ. f i :,;,... , r .i:.i J
. . i , .
iuc iui iKuiiuuig ruuuirj, io iue new ar
rangement, and inlotni ihcro that wt will
continue to carry on the basinets at tbt
same placr, end the imt eicellent srsT.
Wc w ill endeavor to keep on hand all tht
various goods tbe people may need per
tainii) io our line, and tht it fore hope
by trict altentiou to hasiueta. to recti vt
a liberal natrons re.
Physician's Orders Prompt
ly Attended To.
Prescription accurately and
carefully compounded by rclialU
and competent Urvggitts day or
fttTJI.TIOXM for IIIVORCD
Superior Co'1, fieri Csmntp.
Lanra Chance, p!aintif
Thootaa Franklin Chance,
STATE OF NOBTH C'AKuLINA.
ik? Skmf tf Earn 0Kjr, Grmttmf t
J KKind within your cuanl. la I and appear b-
lore tin JtMiyr of wrK.jK..K . .rt, U bhi4
fur the vHtutt of iloaan. a; .,.-t- IIk ia
NjlitMirT, fti tlie fuoriJi M : miu r ti.e tKir4
in r-V4t-uhi r r i .. . -i Ttrr the
tn4aiot !. i, . . .T.oe of iKe
t U-ra ut iJ Jiirf n.t t . i Ani Cuae'y.
mhI ix the J hfi-t.Ja(it uii il r U.al if ke
Li! l ii ir iht rrapliit.t ujriog tht
nit Term, the j Sii.iiff ill j jIt io theCetrt
for tSe rvlief drmandeid in tbe rfhue4.
Ileiem lau n4, and f thr Snamc
dr return. i rm xtrxirX r.i t kand
al of aaid urt, tbi fi da v U Angwt, 1K7X.
. JOHN A HOYDEN.
1 aealof ibe I Iter. f the Knperisar
Court. won of Lu aa cobtty.
J. It. ELIaIOT & Co.
'4 ; i