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0 C All ATXD AM X7Z2Z2S
! ; octodeii 10.
COTTON K a 16. , , .
fIX)Clt-$3. n 3.75. ! x
"MEAL T3 a 80. i r
POTATOES tA,V a 10 Sweet, 50.
BACON (country) 12l.T-hog round.
a 15 I - '
CHICKENS $1 .50 2 Fer lo
LAltP 12 H 15.
FEATHERS new, 50. j .
TAIXOW.--.10ft 12. v (; ill
HY E 75 a 80. " . j
tJEESWAY 2S a 30.
WHEAT 1. 1711.35. 4 -liUTTEH
a 20 25.
D1UE4) FRUIT ; ;
! j Apple, - ' . ) . : ;
Teaches, xmpecle!, WA
Blackberries., 7 7L
3(3,6 pr. lb
iCE AKD FnosT. We hud .a heavy
froat and some fco ia this section, laal
Tueaday morning. , vr . ;
Count VrEK. - Our Superior Conrt
I. in session thin week. Ilia Honor
Judge Chmd presiding.
J t& ST ndvertif etnent of Mcms R &:
A MurpHy, and then go and examine their
olendid atock as you lire Invited to do.
wVorlh Carolina Svnod' which was uA
, ------- -----
session at Charlotte lajjt week, after transacting
great amount of business, and a most pleas
ant aession, adjourned to nrcct again in October,
1873,Jn the city of Wilmington, X C.
J. 13. iluwey, Kh., of the Hickory
Tavern Fttglc, and Ool. Jones of the
Stateaville Intelligencer, passed down the
Koad yesteidny evening on their way to
GTMUa. Eruilic Ilowcrton'a Fchoo
2 . i -'.. i r..i. too rm
opencu wcioier iuih. aoi a cum
vten dollars per seeiou of twenty-weeks.
j Fifty and Oxk Hundred Dollar hills
wanted at f.hu Poet Office, for which
smaller bill will he &iven in exchange,
i ... .
i The most sensible premium,, we have
heard of is offered at a California fair to
the young woman, who shall prepare the
beat dinner at the smallest cost.
LltlaskS and Paces. Ladies who mask
tjitir lace itnd nekH wiU enatmls endanger
' their.liealtli to till purpne. The plaster wirk
dervi vv nobody. There w hot one article known
which will restore a blemished complexion or
i create external brilliancy and bloom where'
they havejiever heretofore existed, and that ar
Ylcle i Haoa's Maosoiu Balm. It p-r-.fcTmH
this toilet mirade bj infusing vitality in
to the kin; Tlte floral and herbal juices of
Which il iV compiled gently xtuuulnte the cir
iil.ni idii in the ininutu hlood vessel", and brace
the.ivetwork of uorves through which thev inss.
Thou quickened ami strengthened the oxiernnl
cvvering skn aeijuirts a freh and healthful hue,
and every trace ,of sail owners disappears, the
iKifest vhex-ks denvp Iroin the tioauHlyiug iap-
tjm ul ,thi ueliRlittut rosmeiic a warm nue,
and the arlns, hanils and ne k, a blond lustre
-which the barl.ata'ns, win) proftSM.nl to make
l(di "Ik- Mitiful forever" w ith tlfeir poisonous
cement, can never hwpe to imitate. . '
.i lll.OO Heward will be paid by the pro
prietor, of Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discov
ery for a niedicine that will equal it in curing
severe and, lingering Coughs, Bronchitis and all
diseases of the bm?a.
of " can't see it in
that lieht!" is now rendered "iIip incan-
descent illumination produced by tliOTric
libn of ar improved lncife sheds no rays
dUcernable by niy ocular oibitS."
' 1 he Pt'esbyterian Church, Fouth, has
54 l'or'ign missionaries. T!ie annual
expenses are $60,00(1." North Carolina
Jess than any other otate.
Three barrels of tinman remains were
found on common at Louisville the oth
rr day, but a neighboring nu'dical college
blunts any suspicion of foul play
The difference ''Humph V said an
Knglishnian to a Scotchman, as they were
walking cver the fields, "oats a"J v'0'
good in their, way, but in England we feed
them to ouc horses, while here they are
. food for tneu." "And, just see what fine
'licyses there arc in Ejigland, and what
fine men wc have in Scotland!"
s f f, Heart disease, paralysis, and nervous
-exhaustion tire ihe diseases that make
havoc on- tho Pacific coast, and break
J.. Jown men apparently in prime of life.
" The climatei s a stimu'.cnt, leading men
! on to do their utmost, and deceitfully
' leaving theni to die, when they break
' "down. ! . ,
1 ; A modest bachelor sa' all ho would
ask is a good temper, sound health, good
! temper, sound health, good understand-
- ngroeable physiognomy, pretty fig
ure, good connections, domestic habits,
resources1 of amusement, good apirits, cofi
vertatioiial talents, elegant manuers, and
j, ; '.'Inflatable rubber bustles" are an.
noohced. They are said to impart great
botiyancy to the movements. In case of
shipwreck they would undoubtedly be
advantageous, although a girt floated by
one of them might be, taken lr a buoy,
atvd so passed unnoticed. Wvnd.
is a world of difierence between
being simply good ayd good or some
Northern drummers arc being arretted
in Charleston lor doing business without
' The caterpillars are pretty baji in some
portions of South Carolina, and. are doing
serious harm to the Crops.
Never speak unless you have something
"fo eay,! and always stop when you get
through, says Davy Crockett.,
Bjw Holmes fays : "The brain women
never interest like the heart-women
W hite roses please lees than red.
Among tho taxes proposed to.be raised
In France was one on musical instrument
which was to be levied in proportion to
" the noise they emitted. '
'?---M. i :
A citizen of AVilminirton. Del.. 9G vcara
old. Who, within the past year or two La
proposed tarrwge to orer fifty Udie,:
ma ucb auvmeu ny me Mayor to take a
A Western editor sole editorial in one
wek wast If anything will mak man feel
tucy aliout the heart, it is to talk velvet to
ajmir of sky colored eye8 by moonlight, in
a clover nefu. . ,
William who used to-boast that he
djd not owea dollar, and, never would,
found that in' less than a year after mar
riage ho had a little Jill to take ap eyery
A-husband can rsadily foot the bills of
a wife who Knot afraid of beiuz set'n
noting the stocking of her husband.
Sohimon says u virtuons woman ia a
crown U her. husband'; By this rule the
most valuable of the sex W only worth
one dollar and ten cents.
Barx Burnt Loss of Life. On
Wednesday night of the 2nd inet., three
sons of Jehn I, and Lucy Flint, residine
near OM Town in this county ,ldged in
the barn, as is customary with many. boys
in the country, during the smnrner season.
About midnight, one of the boya awoke,
and discovered the barn to be on fire, he
aroused his brother who slept neur him,
but in the excitement did not think of an
other brother who was asleep at the other
end of the barn. The two boys succeed
ed in rescuing the horse and stock in the
stables, but wheo the other portion of the
family came to the barn, they yiissed one
of the boys, named Napoleon P., "when
his distressed father calling aloud for him.
he appeared at the "mow hole," envelop
ed in tlames, but went back and threw him
self down on the barn floor, all his clothes
having 'been .burnt from his body. He
was-carried-to the house where he suffered
until' about half-passed six o'clock in the
morning, and expired. He was conscious
to the last, but his eye-sight was destroy
ed by the-fiie, and could only recognize
pessons by their voice. Ilia age was 12
years 4 mouths and 21 days.
Origin of the fire unknown, but suppos
ed to have been accidental, one of the
boys having had matches a boot his person
when he entered the barn. Salem Press.
A regular habit of body is absolutely es
sentiaL to physical health aud clearness of
intellect Nor is t his all. Beauty of persou
cannot co-exist with an unnatural condition
of the bowels. A free passage of the refuse
matter of the system through these natural
waste pipes, is as .necessary- to the parity
of the body as: free passage of the offal of a
city through its sew eis is necessary to the
health of its iahabitarits.
Iudigestton is the primary cause of most of
the diseases of the discharging organs, and
one its most common results is constipation.
This complaint, besides being dangerous it
itself has many disagreeable concomitants
such asjm unpleasant breath, h sallow skin,
contaminating blood an! bile, hemorrhoids.
! headache, loss of uieuiort, and general de-
Ilostetter's Stomach Bifter3 remove all
evjts by removing their iuunediate cause in
digestive organs, and regulating the action
of th intestines. The combination of pro
perties in this celebrated preparation is one
of its chief merits. It is not merely a stimu
lant or atonic. or an autitiilirus agent, or
a nervine, or a blood depureut, or a cathartic,
but all V est.' curative eleiueuts judiciously
blended in one powerful restorative. It
lend activity and vigor to the inert and en
ervated stomach, relieves the ailuieutary
cauat of its obstructions, aud gives tone to 4he
ir eirihraue which lines it. gently stimulates
the liver, bracers thle nerves, aud cheers the
auitral spirits. N other remedy -possesses
such a variety of hygienic virtues. It is to
these characteristic virtue' that it owes its
prestige as a househv Id nvd'eine. Exper
ience has proved thai it is a harmless as it
is efficacious, and hVLrc it is as popular with
the weaker sex a3 with the stronger.
Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters are sold in
bottles only, and the tradf'-nurk blown in
the glass engraved on the !b' is the test'ef
genuineuess. Beware of count ifeits.
ASTHMA Any medicine which will alle
vatethe Paroxysms of this dreadful disease will
be hailed with joy by thousands of nrTerrs.
The certificates which teeonipauy Jonas'WHit
comb's Kemedy are from the most reliable
sources, and attest to its wonderful power, ev
en in the most sever cases, Joseph Burnett A'
Co., proprietors, -Boston,
FinCE ADVERTISING From family to
family, trnni city to city, trom state to state, the
fame of Da. Walkf.rs Vegetable Vinegar
Bitters as a specific for all derangements of
the stomach, bowels and liver, is continually
extending. Its voluntary missionaries are in
nmnerabJe, any public enthusiasm in its favor
spreads faster than a prairie fire.
DON'T SLIGHT YOUR TEETH ? Remem
ber that upon their labor, the health' of the
(stomach depends Keep them perfect, and in
order to do so, manipulate them with a brush
dipped in the fragrant Sozodent, once or twic
WHO WILL-SUFFER? It is now 24 rears
since Dr. Tobias' Vcnitian Liniment was put lie-
lore the public ; 'Warranting u to euie Chronic
Uheumatism. Headache Cuts, Burns, Bruises.
Old Sure. Pains in the Limbs, Back and Chest,
and it has never failed. Sold bv all Druggists.
JLepot, iu rarK t lace, xew lora.
Fo nTrrsu, IndtgetMon, deprnwlrn o tpirits and
K' ner' di bi Ity in tli lr 'tiifl crmg; also. a a p-.
rentlve nt 'H 'iverand Atue, and oter Interml't nl
fever. br Ferri-l,lis.lior.t p ier ol Crtigny., B,adr
hy Oaitwl. 1'aaTt) Co., New York, .' d .l.l by a)
Dru Kts i the l'et U.nic. and as a tn!c forptlnt
recovennp iriim ritr r one r lcknrs, 11 ha & rqual
THCM-toa'a Ivoar Pribu TiK)Tif fowoBB. The ket ar
ucl Ki,on r -r e!ea. si (.' ard l.rnerv.nj th tfrti. iril
irtmis. old i.jr an Da'K lice 25 and CO -t er boitlr.
r. v. His m J . , w 'org.
CmnSTAD0iurU inr)YR. stands unrivalled
in the. world. Xo lady or gentleman of discrimipa
tion uses any other. It U the most perfect, reliable
and eirfciiye Hair Dye in the world. Manufactory.
6s.!aileii Lane, New York.
CAlllWiLHJ nLVR, recommended by Physi
ciiiiisastlie ret Healing Compound. Price 25
Cents per box.-John Henry. 8ole Propi'etor, 8
'"olleae Place, Xew York.
HtSLEY'S Bt'CIIL is re'lable Pieuttic and Ton.
ieir all dsra-Kfetueau f the urinay and genital
irigans. Tlio penu inc. as formerly sold by Ha vi
lunH. Ilnrrul & llislev ami tl.eir crunches, is now
prepared by II. W. ttisley, the orpnator and Pro.
prietor; and the trade sappiied bia mccessors
Morgan & ltisley, New York.
SVAPXIA, oropinin pari tied, the mot perect
auoibne in themaket. wade by process of Dr. J. M.
Rigeiow; Detroit Medical College, lsalways nni
furm in utrengtb, which U rarely the case in othet
pa ratio is of Opium - ,;
P TT$ ASTRAL OIL has a world-wide repu
tation as the surest and best illnmtnating oiL
Oyer two million gallons have been sold for trie
pst two-year,'frnt which no accidents of any de
scription have occgrred. end for Cfrtnlar. Oil
llouseof Chat. Pratt EgUblfelied 1770, New York.
3F. IUVB' FREQUENTLY BElBD mothers
say they woold- aot be witbont Mr. Winslow's
nothiair Syrnps from the b'ulh of the child until it
h4 finished with the teething siege, under any con
gidratioB whatever. j;,,-.-:'
THE SECRET OP BEUATY. What ia iiJno
longer axked. for the world of fashion and the ! a die
know that is produced by nsinjr a deliphtful and
harmless toilet preparation known as G. W. Laird's
' Bloom t Youth." , its beantifylnfr -etTeetsr are
trnly wonderfnl. ! Depot, t, Cold St, N. Y.
" Tht Building on Dr. SummerellV Lot, for
raerljr used by him as an office, is for sale. Any
person desiroi-s of parchairig woo Id do well to
call on the nndenugned. The building can be
easily moved, as it has no chimnev. .
lmM? J J (SUMXIEBELX.
TITE firm of Burke & Comjr u this day
uikhoi ?eu uy muiuai consent.
Kept. 12, 1872. : j
Th0 nridersicned will whtinue to attend to
sale In Town or country when called npon.
J. K. BURKE.
All persons bavin claim acainHt the ente
of DrlMA.Locke.dec'd, ire hereby notified
loextubitl the same to the nndersigned before
the thdayof September, A. 1873. And
all perMi indebted tp Raid estate are requested
to make payment promptly, as bat very short
indulgence will be given, j
m; V. COWAN,
Adm'r of Drj, M. A. Locke dtd.
12th 1872. tf:
All those indehttxl to mp far aiiKarinlinn tr
the Examiner for advertkinff. or iob work. ar
respetptfully requested to come forward ami set
tle u without further elay. Corn, Wheat,
FIoiir Pejaa, or any country produce taken in
exchafigfeilbr claims and the market pnee allow
ed. I it t 3. J.STEWA11T
Sept..5,-51:tf ) j .
PH. J. F GRIFFITH,
S i DENTIST.
Haying located in SalUburv. BolicitH a nrae-
.? !J1 .IT - t.'
uce me town ana. surrounding country.
1 I McNeelg Building, Entrance to
McmeiysUaU.j j 45 3m pdj
TOP THE TCIIEF.
tKp night of jthe 3dinstant, stolen from
my ifagon, near Dnlins School House, a bav
Mararidj colt. The mare was 13 or 14 years
old, Mart pn right ear, one white fore foot, and
in gofd order. The colt was five months old,
iron frey, white face, black mane and tail.
I otter Twentr-five Dollars reward far
the delivery of said mare and colt, or any in-
lormauon W regara to them will be thankfully
received., SRevL DANIEL POTTS.
a UROTE, IS. Cnl 1
Bept. 7th,T872. lmoa2
r. E. H, GREENE,
HABUE OF THE 1SRAXCH UFFICE TO
Dll KijJJE's PhUaddhhia BeUtrue Institute
aid Cancer Infirinartf at Charlotte, AT. C
P WLL BE AT
Salisbury, N, C, National Hotel, Oct. 1st.
Greensboro', N. C. Ben bow House, Oct . 2d.
Goldeboro', N. C, Principal Hotel, Oct. 3d
rot the puriKwe of seeing any who mar wish
to cofisul him Without ft visit to Charlotte, with
renefence to Cancers and Cancerous Dis-
EASEjB, Scrofula, Epilepsy, dc, fec.
I &JaF Call and see him.-J
Sept. 12, 18-72 3w52.
Smith's! Shoe Store!
Charlotte. IV. c.
KBTHLISIlEI) 20 YEARS AGO
THE LAjKGEST WHOLESALE AND RE
i I i i
TAIL SHOE HOUSE IN
1" t lAVE Agents alw4.V9 ,n t',e Northern mar
s kcis. rrom ions exnenence in the & hoe
jTradje and superior advantages in buving, we
guariintef to sell BOOTS AND SHOES at as
low jprices as anyNew York Jobber. For
proojTof 6nr assertion, the next time yon are in
Cliarlotte come and examine our Stock and
prices whether yoii wish to buy or not.
Yie ar now receiving our large Fall Stock,
Bbtp. Shoes, Leather, Shoe
findings Trunks and Hats.
If you only want a single pair of Shoes,
sen( yonr order t Sll I II, and you ivill
benited or you can Return the shoesj
Always bny your Shoes at a Shoe
btoije, you can be better suited, and get
therb cheaper, t
1 . f. I. 8 .11 IT II & CO.,
! Smithes Shoe Store, Charlotte, N. C.
Sept 12 '72, 52: 3t: .
OKAIGrE & CliAIGE,
ATTOK.VEVS AT LAW,
Solfritors in Ipankmp(fi).
l-S'peciirl attentiofj paid to Proceedings
Valuable Land for Sale.
Aji aent for B, R. Ratts, I will sell at public
ale, on the public square, Salisbury, on Satur-
daythej 6th of Oct., at 11 o'clock, A. M, his
valuable tract of land lying on the Sherrillv
Foa-d Road, containing 150 acres. Said tract is
5 miles west of Salisbury. Tcrnjs made known
on day bf sale. ! Jf)IIN LINtiLE. Agt.
jiAug. 31, 1S72. ot: pd.
!" Aid STEAW GOODS,
'I i j 1872. "
In 1 :aLSO
W'liitc (joods, Emltroidcrics, &c.
ARMSTRQNGl CAT0R & CO
; Importers, !Bamifctnren and Johoors
Bonnet Triniiag, Neck and Sash Ribbons,
Velvet Ribbons, Xeck Ties. Bonnet Silks,
el vets ami Crapes Jr lowers, leathers,
i! Ornaments, I-ramei, &c.
STU vWi tn- MCT-! M) LA' IE? AND CHILOBE'v'S
HATS, Tlt'MMtD ASU CNTKIMMH).
'iAnd in tonnccting Warefooma
Whites Good, Linens, Embroideries,
Laeei, ..Nets, Collars. ISetts, Handkerchiefs,
Head Xeta Jtc, Ae.
JCos. 137 and 139 Bait. St., Baltimore, Md.
These goods are manufactured by us or bought
for Cash directly from the European tnd Amer
ican ISnufactutrs, embracing all the latest
Qoveltiex, nneqtialed in variety and cheapness
m any market, i
Qrders filled with care, promptness and dis
I l-3ti: pd.
AtlSBURY HIGH SCHOOL.
thejFall Term of Mr. If. T. Burke' School
forboys will commence Sept. 17th. Terms
$li50jper session of twenty weeks. Contin
gent fee $1,00. : D. A. DAVIS, )
1 J. J BRUNER, Com.
J. S. McCUBBIXS. I
KaleSgli, p. C, larborOugh House, Oct. 4th.
Faytftevlle, N. Exchange Hotel, Oct. 5th.
Itoclfingham, X. C;, Russells Hotel, Oct. Sth.
i e; j !
T.Iis SZeZUXURXLA'S' will open her
wetl stlectA atock ofi Fall and Winter MIL
LINERY Satnrtlay the oih of October, and will
be pleased to wait on all who will give her a call.
The firm heretofore existing nnder the name
Mtlxs & Botdex w this day duitolved by
titaal consent. - . ":'Z. U - l-f "
Tho indebted to the late firm will pletme
com Aii-ward and make settlement with Mer.
Mills, Kerns Jt Ckx, to whom all claiuis are doe.
i ; MILLS & HOYDEN.-
W.J. 'MILLS. T. U.KIBXS. J. B. KSBXS
MILLS, KERNS ;& CO.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL '
' And Conmissicn Herc!i2at3,
Sajlisburt, March 1st, 1872.
eep constantly on hand a large and choice
stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
comprising Dry Goods, Groceries, Wares, etc.
oi wnicn tney would especially mention
Sugar and Coffee, of all grades,
SHOES & BOOTS,
FLOUR and 3IEAL,
PEPPER and SPICES,
LIQUORS, of all
Kinds always on hand, of choice oualitv.
iispecial attention given to consign
ments aud prompt returns made.
NORTH CAROLINA T 0 - .
yadkin county In Superior Court
S.T. Spur Admr.of J. Sheek dec Plffl
Milly Sheek, John Sheek,
Mills C. Sheek, and
S. T. Sour and wife
Nancy Jane Defendants
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 Defendents to appear at the office
of the clerk 'of the Superior Court for the Court
of Yankin at the Court House in Yandkinville
on the first day of Oct. next and answer the
complaint of Plaintifl'or the same will be heard
exparte as to him.
This 9th dav of August 1872.
JAMES A. MARTIN, C. S. C.
North Carolina.) t ,
davie county. In lhfc P"0' Court.
W. R. Sharp Adm'r of Hiram Phelps, dee'ed,
E. G. Clonse and wife Julia A. Clonse, U. II.
Phelps, Anderson Cornatr.er and wife Ida
Cornatzer, Falla Pheljw, riiram Phelps- aftd
1'etition to sell land for assets.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the conrt
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 newspacr published
in the town of Salisbury, forsix successive weeKs,
requiring said defendant to apcai at the office
of the clerk of the Superior Court, at the court
house in MoeksviMe on the 7th day of October
next and answer the complaint of'plaintitT or
the same will be heard exparte an to him,
This20lh day of August 1872.
II. U. Iloward.C.S. C.
49: 6t $S- of Davie couniv.
Drs. Summerell & Gaither's
C3 25" 2 C3 S3
BARKER & CO'S' Dritjr Store
UP SI A MS.
A us. 2, 4fi: 5
All persons having claims azainst 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. Jtmrs !S. IIESiDfcKSON,
Adm't of A. Judson Mason, deed.
Aug. 8, 1872. 47-6t:
OP ALL KINDS
Fuinished to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Mill on Western N. C. It. li., twenty mile
Price at mill 81. At Salisbury $1,20
Kiln Dried at Salisbury, 8 1 ,50.
47 : tf: R. H. COWAN.
Threshing Machine Oil.
The very best quality at the lowest price.
Guaranteed not to heat, gum, or cut.
Only at TIIEO. F. KLL'TTZ & CoV.
41:lf Drug Store.
PRESERVE your FRUIT !
We desire to call the attention of house
keepers to our -assorted stock of Fruit Jars.
We have the Gem, Pet, Melville, Mason'
Improved, and Porcelain lined. Call and
examine the different styles, and make yonr
elections. We offer them very low. We have
o extra Pirbber Band 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.
TIIEO. F. KLL'TTZ & Co.,
WITH SCTXZW TOPS-
The nicest thing out for housekeepers. Cheap.
(4ltf ) at
KLurrz d ( o s.
One bottle to IGG lbs. Fruit, $l.
Also, Nornv's Preserving Powder. 50 cts
at TIIEO. F. KLUTTZ & Cos.
4I:tf ) Drug Store.
Having taken out Letters of Administra
tion, with Will annexed, of Thomas Oheen
dee'd., I will sell at p-iblic sale on the premises,
7 miles west of Salisbury, the tract of land
known as the Joe Gheen place, containing 2IG
acres, about 75 of which is finely timbered:
the remainder consists of a good deal of fresh
land suitable tor grain and tobacco : some excellent-
bottom land and a small orchard.
There are two dwelline houses on it, and plenty
of water. The sale will take place on the 5ih
of a-tober, 1872, at 12 o'clock, M. Terma
one-third cah, one other third in six months,
and the remainder in 18 months. Title reserv
ed until full pavment ia made.
Ang. 26 87? Admr. with Will annexe.!.
M cMANNEN'JS, SMUT
and SIREEMXG llachincs.
THRESHING MACHINES &
Several varieties, on wheel or without.
CZD3321 and T7ZIXI2 BZXLZiS
the handiest thing out. . , -
ATPLE and rEACEC PA2L22X3,
Corera and Slicert labor savers. .-
We warrant all these articles to give Mil.
faction or no sale. -
CRAWFORD A IIEILIQ.
. Button-Holei OveKeaming
Complete Sewing MACHINE.
The first and only BUTTON HOLE AND
SEWING MACHINE combined that baa
made its advent in this or any other country.
aftsT" The following reason are given why
this is the best
Family Machine to PitrcJiase.
t. Because it will do. 7. Decaine yon can
everything that any ma- quickly rieor iowerthe
chine cuii do, be a nig leed to adapt it to thick or
fioiu the finest to the thin cloth,
coarsest m iterial. heia-, 8. Because you bave a
ming, le.liug. curdm-, ahoil deep ItoLbin by
braiding, uiudug, gatli- which the thread is eon
ering and se.ving on, at stantly drawn from the
the same time rnnhujr. ceutre ; the tensioa is
quilting, etc.. bettar than oonseqneutly even and
any other m ichiue. doesnot break thetliread.
2 Because the tensions. 9. Because the presser
a e more easily adjusted foot tcyns back ; that the
than any other m ichiue. cloth can he easily re-
3. Because it can work moved after being hewed,
a beautiful buttjn-hole It). Because the bet
making s fine a pearl a h mechanics pronounce it
bytbhand. the bet tfitished and
4. Bee use it w ill em- made on the best princi
broider over the edge, pie of any machine man
making a neat and beau- iitHctureu. It has no
tiful border on any gar-springs to break; notb
ment. inu to get ont of order.
5. Because it will work, if. lieraof it is two
a beautiful eyelet hole, raarhinenin one. A Bit-
6. Bean it can do 'ton Bolk Workiko and
over-hand se.ii'iing, py'Srwio Machine com
which sheet pil.ow ca- bined.
es indthc like are sewed
over and sver. i
No other Machine can accomplish the
kind of sew ing slated in Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Partiin ii-ing a family m w ing machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all the improve
ments. It is to last a LI FET1ME, and therefore one
is wanted that will do the most work and do it
the lest : and this machine can do seTersl
kinds of sewing not done mi ony other ninrhime.
besides doing everv Kind that all others can do.
The American or Plain String Machine.
(Without the button-hole pans), dce all that is
lone on ti,e Combination except button-hole
M KRONE Y A- BRO., Agts.
Salisbury, N. C.
Examine them before purchasing any other
1 do not hesitate tn say the American Combina
tion. tiir;iuM-x all other niuehinec. BeaM-ea doing
all the work that other iiK.eliiiicf can. it oeram,
and works biifon-holi-s in any faliric, from .Hwia
muslin, to Beaver cloth 1 have used .Singer's,
Moats". Howe's and the Weed" machines, and Cud
the -Vinorii-an far superior to them all.
ill M. rtCTI.F.1 C.
I have useil six ili.Trent Sewing Machines. The
American stu passes tLeiu all.
Mks. A. L. Raixet.
I hive ned The "'Jn jor and other machines and
would not exchange the Aniiru sti for any.
Mits. II X. Bmi.volk.
SAiisni BT, X. C. May 221. 1872.
Mkroney A IJito., Agts. American Com. S. M.
Sir : 1 h ive ncd ti e Howe Singer, Wheeler A
Wilson, Wjroxt (.ibhs Sewing mac'.ioes. . and
would lot cive the A nn-riean Combination for all
of lhui. it will di ali that is claimed for it in the
circular. I consider it superior to all other 1
have ever se?n. Very llo-jwctfullr,
Mas. (iKo. W. IIAkbixsok.
Wetlie un'ler.signed take great pleasure in giving
our testimony in favor of the American Sewing
Machine ic pie-lerein e to any other, believing that
is it truthfully u-'.-ommeiiilcd as the best machine
made. It i s:tnj)le. durable, runs very light and
does not get out of order or diop stitches.
Man. I.tCKA M. OVKRMAK,
" A. L. ForsT,
" J. Al.UEN BliOWK,
"A. W. N'ORTIIKBX.
A . K. Jokes,
" M. L'. Thoxasox,
We have seen (laming advertisements and heard
much said by tgents of other machine.
We will forfeit one handled dollars to the con
tending pattv. if afters fail trial before coinretent
judges tlm American Machine will not do as well.
if not tivtter. the woik done on any other machine,
and do valuable wi k that no other machine can
We have been Agents fir Sewing Machines since
IS5R. have s iid dinger's, Lad Webster's. Atwaters's
and Florence's, and l ave abandoned all for the
Send and get samples of work.
27:ly Mb'UOXEV & BRO., A,r"t
INSURE YOUR LIFE
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF PEL
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
ORGANIZED 1850. CHARTER Perpetual.
GEORGE W. IIILL.Tresidcnt, JOHN S. WILSOX, Secretary.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
ALEXANDKU Will LI) EN.
IIok. .TA-. P()LI)CK, 1. EDOAK THOMPSON, GEO. NUGENT,
ALHEKT C UOHElt F-5. l'HILIF II. MINGLE, HON. A. G. CATTKLL
ISAAC HAZLEHLK8T, L M. WHILLDEN, II EN II V K. DENNF
GEO. W. HILL, JAS. L. CLAGHOnX. JXO. WAL'NAMAKKP
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Policies
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
' IIIE AMERICAN has been in active attention for near! a ntutrUr f m ixrir h. 1.
1 governed and coutndled by geutJenien
Among its insuring members th Company havi tht bour f unmU-rirg u.sr.y of the most
ainent and leading mon, in all profe4oo and claaMM, tt.roigbotJt Nortit Carolina.
Keliable AgouU wanted, who should arnlr
- EEV. L. F. WAT, G-n'1 Agent.
,:. - -J :,v - - " "' State-vllle, N. C.
Or to Col. St. Ciua Dauuxo, Sept. Jtgnnt. WUmiagtnn, N. C. linayatXtcly
(ieorgia Home Insurance Cc.
Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
Ixcx)roATED, 180. Carrrau $050,000
J. RHODES BBOWNE, FrmUtnf-, r,
D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary.
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
And Promptly Paid in Full!
Property owners desiring to obtain reliable In
auranco will do well to protect themsely
aecuring a Policy in (ieorgia Ilotnt Insnnmc
Co." Agencies at proruincnt poinU In all th
Southern State. if
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
Office No. 2, Granite Row,
April Zni fly! PstMjurr.N.C
WALTER A. WOOD.
Reaping and Mowing Machine.
The lightest, most substantial and cheap!
Implement made. Fully warranted.
Thretdiing Machines 'and Ilor-c Power of
various pM tents, mieh as the celebrated Alamance
and Baltimore iower. Send in voir nrdrr.
J. II. THOMPSON,
4 1:3m on. Tyro. Davidson Co N. C.
J. P. RUECKERT,
on. ."57 and 39 .TInrkef St.,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
OF THE BEST
Leading Factories in the United States
PIANOS of ALL STYLES ainl PP.lt t
suit purchasers constantly on hand and for sale.
Afca? All inducements utallv held out b
.Aortnern .Manulaitun r ran only be had in the !
State at the above place. " j
QUO. WOOD'S &. CO'S. TAXI
IiOn and VS3TH."2 OEOANt !
They are preeminent fur tltdr Charm
ingSolo Stop, llettultt and Purify of
Tone. Elegant Design and Fin
ish. In fact they gurjMis.i
Heretofore known or introduced in this city.
Call, Hear and See Them!
All Instruments Warranted for Five Year.
tJ-PIANOS Tl XKU ANli RKPAlUM..f
A choice selection of Shci-t Mu.ic on hand
and fr sale. J. F. Hl'KCKKHT.
may 31-K7-tf Wilmington, N. C.
DO YOU 10 VE M
NEW and lasting perfume, with a jrreat
yarietv of other extracts for the handker
chief, including all kind of toibi-t suit l, at
C. It. BAKKF.R ACQ'S Drug Store.
DO you wish to enjoy a good smoke I Thi n
try some of the genuine Havana Cigar
just received at
C. R. BARKER i CO'S Drag Store.
'i 1 TANNhlLS !. Magicand
l'Va 1 Tranarciil Machine Chi at
low prices at
C. U. RAIIKER ACXXS Prog Store.
A7E H ES PECT Fl LL Y call thamhTu
i' of Physician-, Merchants and the jmblic
generally to our well ik-ctel stock of
Drugs, Chctnicals, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, lirmhis, Dye Stuffs,
iMiups, iMiup Fixtures, dc., dr
LL GOODS warranted, pure, freh and
V Kenuine, and prices to suit the limes.
All order prompt I attended to. LViHcia!
care and attention given to our prescription de
C. IL BARKER A Co., DrnczUt,
(Successor to Jxo. H. Exms)
2Ctf Salisbury. N. C.
"urn - si
NOX - FOIiFElTAULE.
dirtUngtii - bed fcr their buiues xp r-n.-e and
by letter oi in person to
wa . sl. .
tr-' --71. r!
fiaral. A. Fricte, I'laintiS; 1
- Joel J. FrUce, . .J f , y
.Tf! th SberifTof SwvaartMybrvet;;
4 . i rW tb fid t iUf if U ullI -
. , - , . : - hmii
., w " fntt4 la h c Cce a !l.e rktk a1
tbe PCil CaKirt for nw,i, wtwcTy;! trft
him t.V ftojkt. that if U Uil to awWe- tat!
detnanded tn tit coraplaiaU
Herein fail not, and f tl.it icmoeLi tt
dtie return." j t t
Given Bder my UM an4 The eJ cLk U
Ctmrt, this 10th day ef Anrtt. lgTi
. John A.rxjYDEN,r.
i JT ficm Cii.
Martin, llarwr, l ike Ctalhrgts. I f
T a Vtrav . f
To tW plitilerf Virginia at N. Carol;
dJfJTu tl th, P rketd. wi '
oeem it onr doty u expiM oar ttanka for t
prn'ruuage cxteoded to our lIoo durinr U
Jrr" J" corny lain. but feel rrraiiy ea I
cimriged by the pn portion of trade one fy xt
this wasnn. and while sims oldf nta4utfc.
meets may have sold more Totatco U,.a we.
couehave mad- a better montllr orrewrly
average than we hare.
Oatmxtrfe for tbe mouUi of lLiy.waa $14
Oor maiket dnricr the rnri., . n
d has Ueu uiaiked by a teadiaet
mud hrmu nDMirpasd J-y aiij tl:jka itfc
state; and in view of" the ear!r tnatSrttf
of t -e gro iuf crop, we adrf-e aHJo market
tbe Ulaii.-C 0J tiriT olJ wJ
practicable. r , .
Our s. nior patlner b a virr; leased, tbo hanM
or a term of year., our lmUMe. (wUbctUaar
imitermlcbai p iu lb- sairatU rm,)wi&
bec..ndnrfcd in the .nie eric!rr.t man net aw
berrtoWe : and with the Ih.um. enlarged and
impwred we can saf-iy M.y t9 our friend,
and tbe public, c rciallr.in agais s. lk-i tire their
patmnap-. ttat t, can c ffer ibem as rood
onminlations and serve theui a tfl.cicr.tly
and satisfactorily as any otber lo8e in Dwy G!f.
Parties wishing to Mr.d ns t.lsoco rand m
by rail, and it ill W taken from the depot fre
of" charge and remittance promptly tuad ty
Kxpre or mail. Wecan pr.rt.dw Ikk retire
a tbe sabs rue low n.a!l ard Ihe prices eyx4
T7hnyou r..m to town, rive uf m ewll .
in Tciii.viis.TimMAsi liLirroy.
Wm. lUmzir. .M777ntKCtX
A First Class House, situated
in tho center oflhe City.
Thi w, II known llMel ha t hseged hafWts
and i now in 7Wo,- f.ir. Tlje traytiiaw
jHiblk may rt auri-u that tfcey wiU rtr
Tirtt Clatt Accoxaodationa.
lite Pri-- rrtfi!att-t lo ruit the tiaae. TV
Table iil U- wi,;lwd iiJ, U, ut Um aaarket
aHonl. The 1 i.n.i.tm and Ldifg ar .Ysar
anl the rM.m. li . yd airr
. x H st p.Liv , K ,i; ! with fl Ho.
I r;' nnoi'.o. sn J l'.r,-,;-. t fre tt( rbirr.
The ur.derim-. would r tcctfalle ak t-
j friend ! mUr tl, x. j,t k
in.-1 1. r Mai -i. 11 II..U-! k r il.j.ja iwtlte yatra.
j Willi th.ii -ii.iMie lirf:. arrar.fed inaay
inK n!ire a:i-f.,ii.i will U giren. IHs old
j cflomer. are rtjwvtfolly invited to rati at tf
HAYS & SILL
SAIISBUB.V, IT. c.
Harin- purchajed the con tent of tha
Drug intuit- fiiarrly occopitxl bj Ir.
Edward Sill. We re.jx ctf ully call tba at
tention of the Citizen of Satiabtuy and
the surronnd:nf: coo u try, (o the new ar
rangemfiif, at.d inf irm ihcm that we will
coi.tinu" t carry on the insinet at the
same phce, and the atiie eicdlcnt war.
We ill i ucit avnr to kcp on hand all tha
various p.,r ds the p.-ople may nt-ed per
tainii t.. onr line, ai.d iLetrfora Iiofsa
by etrict attention to buiit.tf.. to receive
a literal p.i:rona.
Physician's Orders Prompt
ly Attended To. .
Prescriptions accurately and
carefully compounded by reliable
and competent Druggists day or
night. - , t J
43 ly ..
sun ii o. ror nivoncn.
Superior Cbrr, Run Cowxtj.
Laura tltance, plaiouT, "j
9w I c
Thoma. Fr.ullin NlTnn0ft
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. "
Tj tk Skrnf of Rwmm Csa Gnetimjr
Yui if Jx rrby com m nded, asyoa kavw
heretofore l-o, to ftlttimor Tbotuaa Fraatlui
t nance, the dtieudar.l above earned, ii km tsa
footMt wilhiri rwir countr. lu Lt- and inrnfU.
f re the J lulge f c-ir tri Cort, to be beid
t..r ite cnir.iy tf !U,wan, at the CMirt-Haat la
iMlbiiry, on the Coarth Monday after tta laird
M.-rnlay iu S- SuriuUr tot al, uk atMWcr tW
('.niplaint afuch i now QU4 in tbe odre cfta
( lerk of the --p. ti.-r .s rt Lr said Cowaty.
simI Urt ihe .aid d. f rAstA trke rwttrv that tf M
fail, lu aiaer the ..id tv.f.Lstr4 dawilkg' CW
neit Term, the piair.iifj wi: a-4y to IttVawrt
for the relU f b tnirvlf-,1 i, 1, rtMttlaiM.
Ilrtein fail no, and .f tl t swmw,ess aaaat
due rtt'irn. nvi n rui. r tn Uatid aad tka
Mral of Mid t tr li.i- !",, A'lftwt, IS7X.
, - - , J!fN . HOYDILV.
j H-alof tLc Cbtk the HwtierW
'uri of iLuwaa cumtj.
J. Xa. SliXiXOI? & Co
f a C" m tmm mm
- rk,a r- Niperbr Uoort for the ctMt0f
- lSir mmtmTmm Ww. wluirf tW day of
McDowell, Lso, w Uer. m. W. I W,
III. Alourne, N. C. or irt Vt.t ,r t
45- lm .J