' - - - -! :: : : "'! t . : i - ... s ;v ..;-.-.- - .- . ' . i- . - i . . . . . . . 1 .- - . . , . . . -
: , - - . ' - 1 1 - . : ' . . ' - - - ; - . -. " . . . ' ' . " . '
, - - ... i i- . i. . . ' . ' -
Once bdoo an evening cherry. - '
While I sat me dreatniiifi. drearv.
In tha sunshine, tMukiuif over
I Thtoes. that pa d io days of yon?, ;
While I nodded, nearly Iwping.
Gratia came a creeping. ..- . - -
Creeping upward' friu the door t . ...
Ti a cooling brireie." I uaotiered, t
"From the regions 'neath the floor I
. Only thie and nothing motV'f-fS-;,
Ahl dutinctly IretnemW - v-" '
It was in that wet September j ,
When the earth and every memW"
' Of creation that' it bore.,--? ''i? '
Had for weeks and months been soaking
In the meanest. in it provoking,
SK?J raB. that without jkigf
" W had eter aeri before. :"-?t- "
80 I know U moat bw very J- . A'-
Cold and damp beneath the floor
' Very cold beoath the floor '
8d I sat, me. nearly napping, " ' .
'In the adnahine, at retelim. gaping. - .
With a feeliug quite delihud -v-.U.
. With the breezvs ,neath thfloor, j ,
Till I iU. me growing coldf-r,
And. the stretching waxing bolder
And myself now JWliug older,
Older than I felt Wf.re ; '
Feeling that my joints were sti&Vr
Than they were in days of yore,
8tiflet than they'd been before
-,. 1 - . -
All along my back, the creeping .
Soon gave place to rustling, leaping.
As if eonntlesa demons , .1' J f
" ' Had .concluded to explore j " '
All lac cavities-the vermints! .
: Twixt me and my nethe: garments.
Through my boots into the floor ;
Then I found myself a shaking, -
. Erert foment more aud more.
Twas the ague : and it shook me
Into heavy clothe, aud took me
Shaking to the kitchen, every
Pla -e w?re there a as warmth in store
8hakiag till the ehioa rattled, -Shaking
the morals battled,
Shaking, and with all my warming,
Feelia colder than before ; - -8haking
till it had exhaustetl 1
- All i'S power to shake me more.
Till it could not shake me more ,
' . '
Then Jt rested till the morrow.
When it came with all the horror
. Shaking, shaking, as before ;
And from that day in September
Day which I shall long remember
It has made diurnal visits,
Shaking, shaking, oh ! bo sore.
Shaking off my boots, and shaking
Me to bed. if nothing more.
Fully this, and nothiug more.
.; J", ' 1 1 . ' ' .
And to-day the swallows flitting
- ' Koand my cottage See irie sitting
Moodily within the sunshine. .
Just be.dde my rilent dHr,
Waiting for the ague.
, Like a man forever dreaming ;
; And the sunlight on me streaming .
' -s Casta no shadows on the floor.
For I am too tliln and fallw
To make shadows on the floor
Narry shadow any more.
TIIE MOUNT AX MEADOWS MASSA-
CUE REVEL TIO
r j, i , , , r .7. . ,
-Phi.hpK. Siuith, who was a bishop in the
. Mormon chnrchi, has lately made a terrible
charge again ft the head of that fraternity
About fifteen years a a verjr wealthy tram
of emigrants left Arkansas f ir California, to
seek new homes, aud perished pn the Moiui
tian Meadows, two huudred ; an I fifty miles
, soyth of Salt Lake City. One bundled and
twenty men. women aud ehildreu were n as-
sacred This fearful crime ha Wn often
-barged upon the Mormons but as often boldly
denied." Now Smith makes oath before the
clerk of tho Circuit Court of the seventh
judical district of the State of Nevada that
tne massacre was perpetrated oy tne ilr
inoD militia.' and by order of the Mormon
authorities;' He states thai he was a mem
ber of the force sent forth fur that purpose,
and that after the euiis rauta had fought suc
cessfully for four day, they were treacherous
ly entrapped by a flag of truce, aud induced
to lay down tlieir arms under a prouiiset.fi
veenriiyi ana ineu mercnessiy oatcnereu,
noue bat the small children Wirnr spared
One of the motives f the butchery is sup
posed to be reveuge for the injuries sustain
ed by the Mormouaiu MUsouri and Illinois ;
auotber that it! was to revenue the killing of
a Mormon some time previously iu Aik -nas
oy loe uuianu 01 a woman witoin tne Mor
mons had carried off. It may have also been
the desire of the Mormon lea era to strike
such a terror into emigrants as to put an end I
to aUtraveUuc.acros the Territory auu all
.ueweaia wunia . .. ...
f ip ; uiMPt f iaj"s 1 eu tuo lUiriraM jt I
jatict and buuiauitj. and to the character :
o(thi$coantrjasHcviHz.d pow-r, thai char
a participate In the transaction, should be
throughly investigated, the guilty actor?
in it,' if legally eouricted. should be? made to
saner tne extreme penatrv ui me law uiah
. isat-best a frlghtfut ulcer upou American
ciniuanon, ana we may rejoice mat u i
gradually being extirpated. 2af'iore Sun.
j W kff the other day what history has
taught ua was, the drees of our succestors in
the' Highlands of Sptlaud. Master Harry C.
mUh, aou f Mr. J. B. Smith, deputy Pist
Master of our town, came in our office clad
ia-thfull Hrhlaud Coetume. This dress
waaofarleeaBt aud eoatly ma rrial, and th
.'suit makt-s a holii e lvalnc a-s well as classic
appearance. TIiiadrea was sent direct from
Edinburgh Scotland by some of Mr. Smith's
1 ' ;
rrlatirvs there. Th skirt 1 or coat is of the
f heeked or Scotish plaid, line woolen cloth.
aod e on'S iroin ine waisi u intf xntw iiae -
. mirn ir iM'tiiroxL ill bodv 1 h Uckft
' .r .... . . . -
and round ooat or double jaeke' .oiihe nust
blae ilk velvet, with twoowa of diamoud
shapeil buuoua of ure silver. Oo ; the but-.
na fa repr-f utation of .the coat of annrot
the waist attached to a leather fe ll and dir
t2xtW in frimt Is the Durse Thin eoosits of
pieket on "tuner side of a kind of leather pad
l . .:j l.L!.i..l.....l...J
and the outside is covered witu Ions aud very
, fine gaot's vrooU with . bunch UDfcj eoa se
bair i4tltoether rsfinbliBg . a man's "full
ieard-' To the belt U also fixed buckles or
filaces for dirk aud battle axe. The scarf is
fastened to the top of the shouldfr with a
K 'rtniutlg tutiroloil nin Jif crulil nrcilvfr
twUh rare atone. . A neat round can la
head irartuent of the -ame tlaek velvet, are
.Vnameoled on top with a pin or jewel repre-
Fyettmtm V t .
' :m 4-Tr ZTZ wwv
1 nificant faefftbat, according to Rer,Geo.
J .4 .1. . .F o u tltu.bn.I M. u k) 11 I
. i.:zr:.r z:: w k, Re,bie. r ;i
vnifP alio imi w wnwnnn iituipiNi i ' " t t
am.:i t .i..wi uh ...r Kt.. lth dii-trtct N-w Hanover,
i.1tr, on.lalianir d.iwn to thai Lnn. Anxnut I Mabion, col a, Kepublican. i , 1 1 i
WUM. V ' ' ". - - ---- - - - - - - I
.. nirk,rtT!.uri'ir. itt LI:Bami)t6tl;JctttfM;i Sna.$f trletCatbam.'' B'J Powell,
rtbe Oatbolica of England in ; Fiium- Conservative.. -:.t - ; J
Wd live per ceot of tbe wjiole popnl; 23rd district Rockingham, J T More
tiou wbile in 1865 the nnmDcr w.ts
four and two-tbird per cect.
' Ababian Hosses. Ar
Aribun W?es, I Jaa Totcheid,'' Jr ;Y J Mornm Con
lly wtwtnWr for. iwvatifetltt'iflii ! 1 f r
aays a writer, are expect a
'- m -
gteat speed and endurance of fajigue ; iu-
deed, itt this latter quality hone come ap
to thejn. i.To pass twenty-four honrs on
theimad wuhout tfriiik and wiiho'at flngg-
ing id etrUiiily something hut to Ve k
op the same abstinence aud labor coni in-
ed innder a bnrnting Arabian sty for I
loriy-eigni uenrsjii a eireicu is, a Dtieve,
peculiar to the animal of the breed
Besides they have a delicacy, Tl cannot
say of the mouth, lor it is common to ride
tbem without bit or bridle, but oi feeling
and obedience to the knee and' thigh, to
the slightest check of the halter aod the
iroice of the rider, far surpassing 1 what
ever the moat elaborate wawwieivei a
j European horse, though furuubcd j with
iMiafiie, enrbc and all. 1 otten moanted
them at the invitation or iheirj owners,
and witltout saddlejrein or stirnip, 'set
off at full gallop, wheeled , them jround,
brought them op in. mid -career at a dead
1 bait, and that without-the least difScultv
lor the smallest waut of correspondence
j between the Horses movementsH ana . my
own will ; tho rider on their back really
feels himself the man half a centaur, not
a distinct being. This if, in a great part,
owing to the Arab system of breaking in,
much preferrable to the European m
conferring pliancy aitd pertecl tracta
The. Louisville QmnenitonMn'-Granrs 1
interest.- At a: Radical speaking fin Pe-
tersburg. candidate Va., CoLPopham, a
I Radical candidate for Cotigressr' was ask-
edf Ite'did not kuowtbe LuisTille Con-
vention was held in Grant's interest, lie
did net deny it. and said it Uraut was
elected it would be tbrongh the Mh of the I
Democratic defection. I be Radicals boast
and chnekte over the fact that Blar.toii
Duncau's side show twao a put up job in
the interest of Grant. Newss P I
Negro Toleration In Columbns, Ga , I
on last Sunday, the colored Baptistjpreach-!
er whose name had been published as
vice-president -of a kx reeley LIub, was
stopped at the door of his church, and
made to swear on a bible that he did not,
J aud never' would belong 'to his 'club or
party before he was permitted 4of go into
the pulpit. I bese are- the people that
100,000 white men died that they might
be tree.- - . f
A mother was standing with her little
hree-year-old'daughter on a piazza. The
"tara were shining brightly, and 1 he moth
er said : "Daughter, what are those briffht
Doia in the str I" lAter at irioment
hesitation the little one said ; "MarnraaT
int they littfe gimlet holes ' to let the
glory through I"
Wht is This Tnusl- Governor Orr,
of South Carolina, says when he was in
lhe: South Carolina Legislature, a few
I veara 'iice, ine legifiaiive expenses were
$30,000 a year. Now they amount, to
s900,000. Then the employees of the
Q , AMy nnmbe.T 0 or 30,
now 400. Ot the 400 who are
aid, oul v
a part ot tlieui do anything.
. Sergeant Bates Agaix. This indi
vidual, about whom o much. was written
14,1(1 P,,1 lt alter tne war, in citniif-ction
wh his pedeetrianisra through the South,
I bearing an American flag, has just con-
eluded arrangements for a similar tramp
through England, an Illinois gentleman
wasreririer one thousand dollars against a
o m - CJ
llniVrlrcH I tint Iip riinnt Mrrv ft n Amur!.
cau Hag through Englaud without moles
tation or insuit.
Vigilance committees for the eradication
oflie.htniug rod men are forming iu In
A gentleman of New York fcit y has
offen d to-give five 4housand dollars to
the foreign Missmnary Committee of
he Southern Presbyterian Church, toward
the endowment of the college at Campi
nas, Brazil, which has been begun under
the auopices of the million at that place;
The only condition made ia "that the
fa,8e at) eqaal amonilt.
- GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
1st district Currrituck, Camden Pas
quotank, Hertford, Gates, Chowan aud
Perquimans, C W Grandy, Jr. John L.
t oiiamoenaiii uepunncans.
2nd district Tyrrell,
M- . - i 1, . . j i j -f 1
artui, Dare, Beaufort and ttyde John
U Ueppesa. Ii Hi btilley, Republican.
3rd district orlharohptoiM and Ber
tie, G D Ilollouiau, IlepubUcan, : .
4th district Halifax, Henry Eppes,
I eol'd Republican. U .
Sih district Ldgecombe, Alex McCa-
I be, Republican.
6tU disirictPirt, J'McCotter. Repub
lican.-. -. x . i- ; ' : , U
7tlrdtstrict Wilson, Nash and Frank
liii, Wm.:K Davis, Jno W Dunhami
Conservatives. j ....
8th: dumctCraren, Abibeymour,
. I r i i
I UfiHiitiican. .
I - . .. .. -r s " li
sui ditnct jonep, unaiow ana var-
teret, J.irae G Scotf, Coneertktire. 'i
lOtli ditiict Duplin anld 'Wayne, W
A Allen, L -W Humphrey, qaervaiivesi
- 13th district Brunswick and liladen, ;
a G K Hill. Republican.
... j . . or
14th district Sampson, C. T. Mur1-
phey, Conservative. ; s.
15th district Columbus and Robeson,
John W Ellhv Conservative. - ' i t
16tb dUtiict Cumberland and Har
nett, W. P Troy. Couservati ye.
17tbr district V ake, James H.Harri,
the col'd. Republican.: 'l U ! '
19th district Warren, Jbbq A Hymau
col'd, Republicin. t 4 J
20th dfctrict Orange, PersbnWi Cas-
well. Jolin W, Norrood John V Cun
i-nincbam', Conservaiire. -t
Republican. r ' t
oai neaa, uonservatiye -
' 24tb district Alamanca and Gnilfor",
tTSSih dtstrictIUndo!ph:Aod MporelJ
51 Worth Conservatives, jf
S(Jth; (liefHaIlichnHmd and ?Moxjtgo
mery, U T tbrig, UepublicaOv
27tbLditractAnn and nLTutonO M
T McGanJeyi,Con8er?atiTf. .
-&2$th district OaUrrnar and ; Stanley,
iva"'waroi, vonerviiTr ..t
29li. dUtrictr Meckledburg, R P Ww
ing, Oonaervatlve. . ' ' .
f 30th district Rowan and Davie, Char-
les P ice. Conservative,
f 3tdistrict-Davison, John T. Cramer,
Repnicao. ITr . 1 1
M Stafford, Coneervaitve.
f ViA ,-tr;.tS,rrvJiiod Ydkin A f!
WW U I C W J - I -w
34th district-Iredeli; Wflkes, and Al
exander, TCosA Nicholson, Phineas
f 35h district Alleghany Ashe? Wat-
5 r ,1 - 6 "
auga, W B Couficeil, conservatif e,
Uonon,couserravee. j. .
36th di8trict-0aldweil. Burke. Mc
Dowell, Michel! and Tancey, W W Flem-ming-
Gudger,. conservative. J
1 37ih- district Catawba ' and: Lincoln,
. Jame R EHs conservative.;,' .
1 38iK disirict-rCj9n and -Cleaveund,
W Jr Milller, conserTativ. " -' -
30ihe district" Rutherford and Polk,
Martini Walker, republican. f
i 4UUi aistnct DuucomDe,ana Maatson,
Jas. II . Merfimon, "conservative. j
4lstl dis t rict II ay wood, Henderson,
ad Traniylvauia, W P Welch? conserva-
tive. ! J
42d district Jackson, Swair, Macon,
Cherokee. Clay and Graham, W L. Love,
Republicans 18 ; Conservaties 32.
FOE HOUSE OF REPHESEXTATIYES.
Alamance Grant, con.
Alexander -J M CarBon, ind
Anson It T Bennet, con.
Aehe Squire Trivett, rep.
Beaufort Samuel Carson, rep.
Bertie F C Miller, rep.
Bladen A F Ptrry, rep.
Buncombe TD Johnston,
Burke Pihkney Warlick, con.
Cabarrua Shinn, Con.
Caldwell Ed Jones, con.
Camden Simeon A Jones, rep.
Carteret Silas Webb, con.
Caswell T J FosteT, Geo W Bowe,
Catawba R B B Ilnnston, con.
Chatham J M Moring, llanna, cons
John L Winslow, rep.
i Clay Anderson, con. -j
Cleaveland - John W Gidney, con.
i Columbus V V Uicuardson, con.
j Craven -I B Abbott, E U Dudley,
Cumberland G W Bullard, con., T
S Lutteiloh, rep.
Currituck James M oodhouse, con
D iier-OIiver N (jray, rep.
Davisou J T Brown, John Micheal,
"P4- . . .
Davie Charlra Anderson, con.
j Duplin J.10 B Standford, ;
i -. cons.
Edgecombe W P Mabson, Willis!
Bunn, reps. '
Forsythe W II Wheeler, rep.
Franklin John H Williamson, rep!
Gaston William A Stowe, con.
Gates Robt H Ballard, con.
Granville Rich G Snetd U, T Hughes
Guilford Joseph Glimer, Wiley, cons
Halifax Jno Bryant, J J Woodwyn,
llarnett J R Grady, con.
Haywood II P II ay nes, con.
Henderson James H Blytlie, rep.
Hertford James Sharpe, rep.
Iredell V illiaras, Stevenson, cons.
Johnston--Wro. II Joyuer, Jesse Hiu
Jones Jacob Scott, rep.
S Ijenior Stephen Lassiter, rep.
Lincoln A J Morirson, con,
Macon J L Robbinson, con,
'Mecklenburg Jno E Brown, S W
R -id, con.
I Mitchell J W Bowman, rep.
Alontgomery Allen Jordan, rep.
Moore Dr John Shaw, con.
Nash Lindeey, eon.
NewTIanover- James Heaton, Wll-
if. . . . . , .,, -, -
Ham H McLaurin. cold, Alfred Llod v.
j col'd, reps.
J I Nort ham Dton Burton II Jone. ren.
Northampton Burton n Jone, rep.
! Onslow r J W Shackleford, con.
j Orange Vti&e Jones, Jones Watson,
Cfin. ' . . .
1 Pasquotank, F M Godfiryt rep.
Perquimans, J R Darden, it p. , .
i Person, Montfort McGeheV con.
Pitt, Wn. P Bryant, Uuilford Uox,l
; Polk, N. B llainpton, rep.
Randolnh. J W .Bean. Harrison Fra
' .. . ...
4 Rjchmoud, Robert r letcner, col 'd, rep.
! Robeaott, Vf;S ftorment; T. A McNeil,
coi.e. V- " '
Rochingliam, David 8ettle, A B Jones.
Rowan. F N Lackey. Kerr Craiee. eon-
L. ! s rvaiive.
RutberfordrEU Whitenant, rep.
! Sampson ; J R Maxwell, Bryant,
cons. . .: .
i Stokes, J.G H Michell. con.
Sorry, Harrison M Waugh, ami.
Swain c .
f Tyrrell, Bertlct Janes, eon.
f Wake; Richard C. Badger, John C
Gorman, Stewart-Ellison, col, Robt S
i Warre.,, Goe H Kinr, J Wtt II Pat-
. I S WaLiugton,D CGnytlcr,rep.
I I Way ne,J C Rhodes, E. G Copeland,
n-Ikes ACryan, T J I)aU, reps.
- Wilson, n C Moss, eon. V
i iaaam, o vj iuantr, con.
' ! Tancey.
yp ' "' ' -1 1 ,' 1 1 "St CS?7?1
UPWARDS OF FIFTr, FIRST PRE-
ill U MS and iiold ana &ucer ieaus
awarded to C HALES MrSxiKinr a
the beet Pianos ip competition
with all the leading manufactur-
era of the country.; . . f
Ofice and Z7ew Warerooms, :
2fo.9 Aorta Lrbaiy St, BALTIMORE, JAL j
The StiefT Pianos contain all the latent im-
pruvementa to be found in a firf-claa Piani,
vention, not to be found m other mitrumenu
The u tonch and finihh f thelr ivAm.
menti cannot be excelled by any maunfactar
ed. . , , ,
A large assortment of second-hand Piano?
always on hand, from 75 to 3oO. !
Pirlor and Church Organ, some twenty dif
ferent styles on hand Trom fOOsnd upwards.;
Send for Illustrated Cataloirne, containing
names of over, twelve hundred Southerneri
(five hundred of whioh are Virginian two
hundred North Carolinian, one hundred and
JJ n. TX . .k. ft . wA n,hna IhAinahnlll
the Souths .who have boueht the Stieff Piano I
ainoe the close of the war. !
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
. "Salisbury, N. C.
Valuable -House and Lot
I wish to sell my House & Lot situated on
Inniss street, fronting four hundred teet
The Lot contains four acres, or one square
of the town. The House is a twelve-fMt
story, and contains sii nxuns. besides a base
ment eok-rooiu of brick. Kitchn. Smoke
house. Lumber rHmand Vo-mI house, als
a first-rate Well of water with a brick Dair
8 Id; a large Rarn. sheded ou two side
30 20, withaSOfiMjtsq arethrehiog flor;
three acre of the lot is we I ftt iu clover;
also an excellent garden. t
Ann person wishing a Valuable M.
tcould do well to give tne a call at once as,
I am determined to sell a barqam.
, K.J. WEST,
ang 6th "72: 47; 4t J ;
R. W. Price. T. J. Pbice.
PRICE & BRO.
FAMILY GROCERY STOR!
TO JENKIN'S COIIXER,
Where they will continue to Sell Flour
Meal, Fresh Meats. Bacon. Lard. Butter
Eggs. CoflVe. Teas Sugar, Salt. Pichlw. Mo
lasses, &c, together with a large and vari-
stock of household and tahle neceities
Bring your couutry product t
PKICE & BHO.
TWO SMALL TRACTS OF LAND fron
four to five miles of Town, containing WOOl
and MEADOW, with a iiirt cle:irel and ii
orchard. If not oold lfore the Cili of J 1 1 1
next iv will then be sold at public srle. Appl
to J. K. IiLHKE, Ag't.
May 17, 1872. St:33.
WOULD respectfully give notice to tin
farmers that I am Agent for the Celebrated.
Moicer and Reaper and Sttecpsta les
THRESH E ?,
Manufactured by C. Aultir.nn & Co., Canton.
Ohio, and I respectfully request thoe iu need
of any, or either of these Machines, to call and
see me, and get a Book giving full instructioni
The fcareity t.f laborers and the high price
of Hay, Ac., make these Machines a neeeaidty
Plae bring or send me ymr ortleri ax aoon
as possible. J-KlHUKKK,
1t:tf Salisbury, N C.
rI",IIE,proprietora of thc-e justly ceU-brated
I Mill aro in the market nw WHEAT, and
xolicit calls from all who have it t m11. They
I pay the highest market cash jricen.
They also aolieit orders for Flour. They
manufacture four r.uri'nt graces, of Flour,
ranginjr Beat Family, Family XSx
tra, aud Super.
Tny also sol tit onlcrs f.r r.ran
iiit'v ciuauLi;, u t'.inu mr toil, its Dint ur
mi u . . : . . .1 r . 11 1
EMUEET, BU03 d: CO.
K Deware of Counterfeits !
JOB HOSES' mss&Ltmsxs
rt 3fci-ln coVKTairilTID. Diontl Drf
fiHt ndemr t m'I th4 fuMrfrUa tommX rnmttr
yrMMi r fmtii A JU miiJ Wwi
m mc4 pekdt. AUthtrt mr wrtklim mmltmtttm.
ciib Pills ftr mnlVUInct ttf car of nil
thaw laiafal Mt danrrrona diMi to which th
feaaal eoiulitution U nkWt. Thr wtn&etf a.U
xeeauM aad tmT all obctroctiouj, frgta wha- -rcaaa.
TO BIAKKIT-D I.AHIF5
Tmsj aiUlat abort
tima Mnc oa tha aaonthly ariod with r-arnhuitr:
and aithonch varr nowerfuL cuot&in nothinc hnrt.
ful to tha eoQtitaum. la It rmara of Kcrronaanl
Spinal Aaacttoaa. Palna In tha ihek and L'.mha.
rsttrna on aitjrM nwtMi, i-a,ipttutoai oi in Heart.
Hysterica and Whitra. thr viH Cart m ear vhea
all other main hirajfulrS. Tha ci-raJara ranul
aeh packajra aiv ta) dlrwtionf ut a-lrlra, or
wiU b aent ftc to ail wrtti&f lor lhain, aanlod
N. a In an csaat irbor tha evaenri caaaot Va
obtaiM. On DnlUr anclma to th 8Ua Propria
tir. JOB HOSK8. 1 CortUndt St.. New Torhv U1
tnmra a bottl oX tha fmi. ennt1lnv Jlftf
Pill, br ratnra mail, aacairaiy aU4 boot aay
kpowWyaoflu content. i
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTE3.
BKTAKA PntOXXC VTAFXltJa
CaroCocoaa. Colds. Aaraaa, Baoacairt. Bona
Ybboat. Roiaataa. Divvicvlt BaaAtaiao, la
cirttrr Connrno aaa Lcao Diacasaa. Thar
hsT bo taato of modicina. aud an j child win txka
them. Thonaajida hara bo icatorVt to health that
h4 Dafora oWiiairM. Tt iirtowy r n In hwnixla
of ee Akfrr BRIAN S PULMOMCWAFrRS.
Frtr 33 c-Bta r hox. JOBMOX,Hopcia
tor. CortUndt gtrt. Nw Tffc. - - - . . '
THE GREAT' FRENCH REMEDY.
DIXaMATiTTTrS fPTClTTP FILJA
: Spared tT S. OARANClCaX.
. Ko.tURna Lombard. Pari.
Th rfTla ara blrhly iwhim odod by taa ratlro
aladical Jacu'tr a TTane aa t&a very brat remedy
la ail eaaea of 8tmnat'MThra, or Bnotnai Wrah.
aa : Kurhtly. Dallr or lraia'wr Ktataaiono ; rx
aal Wankiieaoormaotfajfjr; Waaknaaa artidnt from
ct H thitaand Pexoal Kicaa ; Hilar art i ot tho
Ga&ital Oimna; Weak Ppiae : D-aaita la tha Crina.
aa all tho vhoatly tntn of Diaoaaoa artainc from
.DranMarluwamL ThrTtaant wbeaallothariai
f&i fan. Paaaphlot of Advica ht oar boa. or will
hoaeBtPrra to any aidraaa. .Piiro f 1 9t Box.
8at by mail, tcurrl-wfleifmm m '1 a at raafW oaj
teeeiTHof prti, OftCAao.MOaES.llCoaTi.aBa
' fi-iia ToaaoU Oaoarai Ami Set Ajawrica.
na.it 14t'Va. Atx ly.
.T.nnrl V,la Tifv .TIArta
wu0, vuunvi iupw,
j For Sale at tins oQlf
IIARDWAUE . .
Main Street, Salisbury, A'. C
a rtv rrtrcr I XTT. Y ADDTXG I
v .ml valuable Tools. ImnTc-
montV Machines. &mtritancic.4. &c;;&CA fortr
the eonrenience and facility of Farmers,
. .Tanners, .
Carriage 15 liiltlers,
Cooks, &c, &c.
In fact, few persons unacquainted with
our establishment, arc aware of the wide
HAS taken the room recently occupied by
ltow, and openea a
PRODUCE COMulISSION BUSINESS.
-7IIe nolicito cah order from alrod.
.lotice. llenectlully retera to busmct en ot
flf'Cash paid for all leading articles of
A WOTS ST
XJAt1he Si'jn of the Red Flag,
MEROXtY'S OLD STAND,
SALISBURY, N. C7
I. K. EfBKE.
j. m. corns.
fciyOnhr and coniiicnnion'. r- .-ec-t fully st- '
billed. xT Auction ha lv every .Saturday m.d
public tluyH. 1
Oh ! Ycs-Oli ! Yes Oh ! Y
Ilavihg fullcn hack to a Ixttcr position and .
Iecn reinforct'd y firming a c)jarinT.hij will
I no. M. (V)rrix, who ha lx-n long and farr-
ibly known in the Mercantile community, !
would rcpwt fully retnrn niv (hunks to tlie !
public generally, and solicit a continuance of)
their patronage-1 the new Firm ; with the a--urnnce
that we will do all wc can to oalufy all
who may have anything to ht ll or buy.
J. K. UVRKE.
N. B. I will continue to attend to the wll-
iinr of any kind of oroncrtv in the conritrv. for
Administrators and others when nolifittl in lime,
If :1S J. K. IiUHKK, Auctioneer.
1 have an'iltfzcd the Whiskey knoicn
th, l,Mn,t , r tr? err l?r-r
trolled by 2Iessrs. WALTER I.
a ni ii a.- i it iruiii i- ana
and other imjiurittis, and recommend its
use for medicinal and family purjx)acs.
J. H. MrCAW. M. I) ,
lAtt Trcf. of ChemutryJM. College, Va.
Tliia brawd is beyond all doubt a supe
rior article and ran only b had genuine,
at T. ! FosTKR's, No. 3 Main t., neatly
oppo.iie Mmieion Hold, Saliebury, N. C.
I KTCrXS HIS THANKS to hi OLD
, FltlKXDS and the I'ohJic for the liUral
patronage heretofore extended to Uiui. He now
iofomnt them that ha baa CtU-d up bcw acd
Shop, la Dr. ZXenderson't Brick-1
SaUdla? . ZLoom IXo- 2. j
where he roold Imj pleaxcd to nee then. lie '
f uamnteea to jtive atifartion iu ererv rae.
Ue hanin hien.p!oy .f the beKt Hairlreem
in Wetcrn North Candina. lit-rmft M
Saluluri. X. C, Dec. 17. ltT0.
State of North Carolina,
Suprwr Courf, Spring Ttrm 1S72.
Maraliall T. Dt lla- Aiwgnee of Willi m GrUSn,
Baiikmpt, api'mrt (;re C. McIKnry aj.d
Danit.1 B. Weh !, drfrrHt.mta.
ng to tl
to the Mii"fj lion ot the Court on
ed. that the drfenthint fjifirtre C tr-
Henry i not a rtVidtnt of the .Sate of North
It t therf-foreordcredan'f adjudged that poh
lication be made in the Carolina Witlrkmnn a
newspaper j.ulduhed in the Town of Sali-burv.
North Carolina, (or ii veeke, rtifvii,? ihed
fendant, Georpc C. Mtlli-nry that a Si im mow
ha been liancd in the a I ore action again; him
in which he i ixaiUet that a rotatdaint iU tap
filed in thm nction at the next temt of Iredell
Snpenor t'onrt, on theorem! Mnndar after the
third Monday in Aupit. A. D.187i. witl.intK-
fiTt three day tf the Term, and'tmlem tbe de
fendant, George C. 51ellenry answer the oame
within the time rrwriU-d liy law, the ! u.i i1
win aa Kr tne relief oemaniletl in tbe r m
plattit. Mtne- C. L. Rumnert, Clerk of our
aid Conrt at office, in Stateatille. tl.ia fth dav
of April. 1872. C. L. SUM M F.I IS, C8 C "
Cc23:pr fee $S . of IredeU county.
ALL K1XDS ot COURT AN DMA
GISTRATES BLANKS at this tffirt
t . - 'r 1 1 i
aiiai ,.WH mi;,issJ
. - a
Ml 1 I
MERCHANTS, , .
ranrreof wanU we arc prepared to meet, nor
f t6e e"ct 4rui beautiful adaptability of
goo for the purpysc for w ticH they
are made. Nor can we describe them In an
a JvertlsemcnL They mut be seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for anr-
thinf? you want, from a toothpick to a steara
engine; from a pin to a strawcutteT any-
tum; aimost cverv tnmj. ineyjiavi
A FULL STOCK always on hand of erery
rarietr oxxtatui, IrorubteeL Itoea. Oram Ura-
dlea, StTthea, 1 00 Doxcn Axes at low price.
Gun, Pistol, Krivt and Fork, FairWnks
Scale, the lHt rotight Iron now tobefoona.
We warrant them torrie salufactioa. Thomp
son s Plows and huumjilers.
and a thousand .other things you need. Send
in your orders or cone and buy.
lltf Salisbury, X C
Overman. Holmes & Co., in Murphy Granite
Irrnluce lought and shipped on very nhort
country l'roducc, lt:tf
Q ALCM ALMANACS
J At the Dok fitreo.
PSAI.US AND HYUN.
a. At the Itook Store
UTHKRAN rU of Wur-Lin.
At the lik Sture.
At t:ic IiK.k Stnre.
1 I N f.i'-t .iny thi' p in the way of IhV and
St.itji'in-ry. .11. t. 1 at rhort notice and
' on rc.-''.:at !e t'rn;K.
At the TU Star.
SITCIAT. or!T wi!! r.'f civo pror
liuu Sei d in our onlf".
J,n. 2t. K-i- tP:lf
J. A. CLODFELTER k CO.
haMufaeturern and Dealca in Furnitmrt,
I xv it K attention to their
W a .i i. 1 c.: v.' u
Suit. Wainrit and rainted Cane Scat Chair
i Korkinp hair f nil decrl"tinn. Kxtenon
Dining Ta'.Io-u -table- of all kind Wardn.be.
ltureand. Wahtands, What-Nt, Mattrew.
1 a w
' s.fa. KwriMion rhain. and I'arWSru. Al,iJr an Jibing CISC required in tbe
ihimic munw jna.ie. a DOTfuy ir complete
.. : it'.- l j a a
nc, tx-antv. thcfinnrns and dnrabilitr. Jtlo.
1 many i.thor article which -e are nrepareal U
reMcru part of the Hate
I tP A fall aMrtnetitof nowond, l(etlir
ind a!nnt llurial Care. vLiih can be lap.
nineti at 3 hour notice.
He Mire to rati, nearly opjxaite the Mansion j
IIoW-1, next (Iimt teli-- tl.e Kipreaa office, ae
onr fti k and b-arinr pricea.
Sp-ial order (made frm photofrapha in
our i Cice) m ill be naplicL
( T "WILL t-?in at :o o'clock on furday.
I TVT- rr 4 1 v. . it,, i .f n
lib uht x cui r'iS, to aell at public aale,
, lavly Wlonf in? to John TV. Hitting, bankrupt
TlJi Stock coni-t cd a genetal ortmet.t
of llerd.ai i' Ur. nt h a t n.nattr Ctmit in
Kit t'LKsn Sn ar. SaLia to eontinoe trerr
Satunbty till the whole Stock U rloed oat.
. Mrc?int aud Trader are reapeet folly in ri-
. tea ana reuecd U ailend l&ee aJea.
Term w ill be MaU-4 at tba ttmo of !.
J. K. 11CRKE.
AdpTie f J. W. UtTTIJia.
SAli.Lnry. Afril H. IsC. 3l:tl
Cf BEST Uf THE WORLD. rj
1 VrJTt'Tir a-a.v
Hew Tcxk OSas, 27 BTXTKAJ EX
Aprils. 1872.-31:1 j :
Marriage Certificate for aale here.
is well supplied with
A' Urge and elegant assortment of
PLAIN i FANCY
suitable for oil kinds of
Finer and more Ornamental Type for
Business & Professional
Vlailing, Vasty and WcddiDg CarJi;
College aud School
irculars of all kinds ;
Tobacco Xoticcs and
far all purposes ;
For Clerks, Magistrates
and Solicitors ;
la a candidate for pttblic favor. It
ctrcuUUoa is good, and iu ftawiit;
and patronage improving. It
lie me Dcsi auvcruMDj meuiuuw
the Staic. and oZen lu faciliUf on
liberal Urmi as anr.
FWICT HAIR W0F.K.
UHS.S. W. TEBUELI- will
Fancy Ilalr Work.
RepaUr araiiW. anake Csria. ha.
naii aa Jewt-lry fVtt : tlaniral''
ly kair Uto Wieatha. auJ IV.jta-
far trrwi rail at her re4rr i '
tra-eC Wrt uf tU UetWiatCl ertk..
pL-o raw W ar at S. W. Taaa4-L
Q Iwbla atrevt.
May 0, lt?r-34tf.
Rowlor Vf ahiw r-kLreflo-. Iaixs
In CaawC Amlw aod Trat rarer. t
Oawofw. B.U Wantwa. mU wrli
ciodtoc repair Io bweketa, Twba, Ac A'-f"
Shop ia ib rear wf CWJrUr
Store Trrmtlov. Wraaacaadriarery- .
'W V W VJ -
- . T- I'-rA
JoW 2d ir7S 12:1 aa.