- - - - i :i ' - . . - , ' 1 " ' -
' ' - ' cr-vsnrls.' i v - " '" " j ""Tr -r ;,. , .,.., . .. , , m-rraa. ,,,, na-ia" .p.
mum ivm)m ii.,.
. . . . ! !- a i-..-: arLp.v.fof ci,,. rr.. I v - - -v-v and tY --t )p.- yJK
- .l77.Mr.r tr,1rT",iVt J V Jlf RcLr!, Til Ccbwd Alld CLlkL - - ,?PmfiIM, nnlln "e r-. v,d X wantt!,..';.-' "'r'i 1"
1 '1 1 1 11 if H 1 - " r
SALISBURY MA It Kill1.
DECEMBER 5. '
CORN old 70 a 72. uc.v f.0 a CO.
COTTON 10 a 17.
FLOUR-fri TS n 4.23. I . . I
MEAL 70 a 0. . , !
1()TAT0ES Irish, 37 i a 40 Sweet, 50.
J1ACON country) 12j 10 hug ropiwl
KGGS a 20 ,.,V
CHICKEN S $2.50 a $3 per do&,
LAUD 12 a LI.
FEAT1IEHS new, 50. I
TALLOW 10 "a 12.
KYE 73 a8fr.
BEESWAY 2ft a 30.
nUTTEll a 20 2 5.
V Apple, ' '
Peachea, impeded. (tA
dov peeled, 8l2J
Blackberries, 7 7J, .
3fl pr. lb
Lookout for the y
When you see a cross upon your pa
' yuu u tiw up.,, r-
ter. you may know that your time is
n n 1 vn nro J.wlnl.tn.! f fl,. nffi
" i -j " .w ...... - v... ..w ,
. . .. .it t 1
or mat your time win soon Me up. in
,i i - ip i
eitlier event ecud forward your sub-
1 1 : "
$75,000 In Cask rok $I.-V call the at-;
tention i of our reiide rnilo (lit) ad vcrtUenipnt in
another oliinm of thh NtLra.-ka Stall? Ornluin I
. i ... .I.'k v..i.- I... u.. ft., i
A.yh.m. Here UaH,ncttwm a fortune in
- Public Legal Drawing, and at the same time
help a noble and worthy institution
R?" LOOK OUT.-After this week wo
shall strike off all delinquent eubfcribcrB
and put our claims in the hands of an ofii
cer for collection.
There are piany persons to whom we
have bceti sending the paper for years ;
who have not pnid u any thing. Thoie
who are hom8t will pay us and that
promptly those wUq are dihoneHt and
who "never intended to pay, we bhall fiiid
We are determined to do a cash busi
ness hereafter as far as-practicable, and
shall "notify our fuhseiibirs bv a cross
mntr ;n f!. i c .1
mark tn time to renew before the exbira-
. ' e t. .
lion of the timtf paid for, and if the sub
scription is not renewed, the paper will
be stopped at the end of that time,
W., P. Caldwell, Kq., was in ourjfjity
to-day. We were glad to see him look
Ueiwintki). Pr C. A. Ileudersdrf-U
hiving the front of hiri building, occupied
by Mr. Thoo. F. Klultz- as a drug store,
N'outh Caiiolina Almanac. We
are indebted, to Mr. L. Hr iupon, thi? pub
lisher, for a copy of thoi aiov irned a!
manacT It is caVcuUw d by Hev. B. Cra
ven, I). 1)., and contains much valuable
aiuj Jiitm-eliHg matter.
V - -wr-
Tun House M a la nr. Hordes in
large numbers, both in town and country,
a e now suili iing from the strange disease,
which hat comedown from Canada through
the Northern plates, and promises to visit
all sections of the country.
A Cold Day. -Last Friday was a
cold day, and w ill do very well to be re
membered as an.equ.ll to the cold .Friday
we have heard so often mentioned by
Grandnamas and Papas.
Almost a FiRic.K.nly in the morn
ing of lam Fcr,bjyK with the -cold wind
almostbl.winga huriic ine, the shingleson
Dr. Bason's house,, ou I uniss street, oc
cupied by the. Miss.s llutledge, took fire
from a spark from the chimney. But for
tunately it fwas discovered in time to be
extinguished before it had time to do harm.
If it had remained undiscovered a few mo
ments longer it is difScu't to tell where it
would Lave stopped.
tir Mr. JVP. Caldwell, of Statesville,
and formerly local editor of the States-
ville HiklUgcnccr, is now associated with
the Charlotte -Observer. Mr. C. is a gentle
man of fine taste and much promise, f ac
cess to him and the jourual with which
he is connected.
M ri.lVrrtli"nd Miss Kreth , "i t
will b seen hv t- f..r.. . i ..
m,f?l,.Dit,l0,," place, have added a new
,, -- j. - , auui.)! lien
feature to the onliiurv r;:i; !
r nave seen some of their work in Hair4J
and Wool, equal in all respects to t!
and Woo 5.. ll , .
oest tbat cau be done.
Caught Fike During the high wind
last Friday, we. learn that he residence
of Col. Clark; near Rowan Mills, caught
fire from the, chimney, but was dtscover
'd in lime. to prevent the" destruction ol
' A Serious Accident. - We learn that
Ifowe Pearson, colored, was caught "'be-
lee the cars near Statosyille last FrU
i , . ' -----
oay, and seriously, hurt, lie was pcr
Arming liia duties as a train haml we be-
1ti . . ,
A1 'cultural Journal for December is to
1. " .. ' .
n 1 a very cxceilent number,
MlOnzh not r.nwli Imir !...
V V L tl I , 1 1 d 4 1 UBUAll
Plowrr Seeds Frkb. In giving put -!'.
t the following from Mr, W. li
jr. urooRiyn, hl, we have no
lire to iuiure the trRil nf .mm who
wverti with us .but tnia t it will ere iti I
nrae Laikfpur, etc. ; also choice Pink
and Sweet William S.ted, in large excess
of my individual need, will furnish a pack
age free of chaige to any, of the subscrib
ers of this Paper who will' send mc their
address upon an envelope,-with a postage
stamp to pay jlie return postage"." ..v
Jaes Vick's Florat fJnruK
have received the January No. of Mr. Jas.
r:..U W I - . . i. ,1
'iw i oai uume. ji is now ptlDIislied
quarterly, fine tiuted paper, most bean
fiUly illustrated, with eorue five huiidrtd
engravings cored plate and chromo cover.
II M the neatest catalogue he has yet is
sued. James Vick has almost a world
wJde faroe a8 scedsaian and fl(irit. TfU
DrouiDtnee. encrifr. anH if.A r..Hln;tv f
. 4. '
hi8 seed hav e 'won for him the coulidence
- -r " - -
" . - uinugiromuiui
"tO get just what they order.
Willie 111 KnCllIlT Irtat an minor uto I
passed a very pleasant hoar at the creat
, , ,- . , ,
8ecdraan'ibn8ine88 head-quarter's, and we
were not only pleased wkh the man, but
at tlle oant of businesa done
bv him. Tlift utmost Kvstpm nnrlnm
hv him Tlirt lllmnet ui-atnm a J - I
i i . -
W e ODwrTca m every departmeot. It
his seeds always prove to be genuine and
a.... i.' .i
See advertisement in another column.
Mayor's Office, Salisbury N. C.
December 2nd 1872.
At a regular meeting of The Town Board held
this date, tliere were present, T. G. Hanghton,
Mayor, John H. Verble, J. M. Coffin, llobt.
Murphy, J. S.McCubbins, John I. Shaver. John
A. Snider and Jehu Foster, of the Board. Absent
Capt. RX,Yaw?ord asked and wa3 allowed to
make agfattmbnt in regard to a bill he had sent
in for work done on the street in front of his
motion ot Mr. bhaver Mr. Crawford was
,, , ,
aowed ten dollars for work. on pavement.
Application was made by P. A. Kennerly for
license to retail spirituous liquors in J. H, Ver
bles brick office on Imiiss street, which was al
lowed. vjii motion ot Mr. feiiaver, Mr. was
granted license to retail opirituoua liquors at the
Mansion House, on complying with the law in
Jason Hunt bffl-rreuf his resignation as Tax
Colleetor and Town Constable, which was ac
On motion of MrrMcCubbins' the Mayor, the
Secretary, and MnRobt. Murphy were appoint
ed a committee tm settle with Mr. Hunt.
J. W. MeKenzie was eiev-ted Tax-collector &
Jolin I Trcxlcr-was elected night police.
A Bill in favor of Jas. S. MeCubbins was
On motion of Mr. MeCubbins it was
Resolved, That the Board of Commissioners
assume the' amount, advanced and paid by the
Building Committee of the Lutheran Grave
Yard, which committee was composed ff J. A.
Rcmsay, S. R. Harrison, S: E. Linton and E. II.
Marsh ; and that the snbsuription list to said
work be turned over jo the Commissioners.
The question wasraised by Mr. Jehu Foster
as to whether two Physicians in copartnership
were liable for the Town'per capita or as a firm,
it was decided that they are liable per capita
'or the tax imposed on practicing physicians.
Mr. MeCubbins stated, that he intended to re
move to the country, and as the charter required
members of the Board to be residents of the
city, Ire desired to tender his resignation.
On motion thejresignation of Mr. MeCubbins
was accepted and D. A. Davis elected in Jrfs
The following "claims were allowed :
One by J. O. Whtte, for hauling $19,75
" 44 J. B. Shaver, policing 1S.0O
" " Srahhdeal & Co. V 1;S0
" " T. J. Foster , 1,50
" " J. A. MeConnaughey 90
" " D. R. Trexler 4,25
" " George Hoffner 24,00
Total ' 70,20
DON'T HAWK, HAWK, SriT, SPIT,
BLOW, BLOW, and disgust everybody with
your Catarrh and it. offensive odor, when Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy speedily destroy all odor
and arrest the discharge.
Have S"on Seca ECar? A lady who
for the last live vears has been a leader of fnnh-
ion in New York, and who may be seen twice u
week in her elecant ealeche driving a pair of
ava v v,(ii uiv,hv uiuiug c rnu rw
superb poniee iu Central Park, has riecently
stilled. In t!w u!i'rl irtrlo tn wliinh oKo-'hliino'O
i nnnim in (Vnlr.il Pnrlr. hn.o rwenllv I
... , ... ...w.. .
tliat the only article in existence which impartsl
:ie io wnicn sne'teionrs. v
1 1 k tAllinlltVIAn IBTtf lllt I
o collapse and wrinkle, is Hagak s Maoxolia
i 7,1 ,e ua,,,t-' w " uw T' m '
tur ot me oca u moTiue vno made tins ovclara-
qon canmt with propriety in
he mentione! en xiitant that
ca w,lh propy De given, but it may-
uc" eiuionei enjimntinni sue oas mjih S?v-
era years of her lite in Lurojie and is familiar
, v , .
" " rM"""-"'",-"T"'.-" -v
the court beauties of the old wond to enhance
T j 1iA.rvltr t! ron fhfl n i? irvak rr urlil hamoa
to 6 present Legislature for an Amended
Carter to the Town of Salisbury N. C.
a i iiiul uiiiiiii nuiiu n in a v. iiifiiiLi i .
Dec. 5 12:1 mo.
County Treasurer's Notice
Having determined io move to the country I
hereby give Notice to all pursons having busi-
lle8 wil1' ,ne th:lt 1 wiU in Sa,ib,,py-at my
old oflice on Saturday of each week and on the
f-iifcL-il! ! j rtiv rcrnlnr ilitttil tf ond irlH frxi 1
Vitia J "V'vi v j Hill ia,t.VVa J I
1 1 . . n i i rc . . i . 1 I
uti cm hp ai my uici uuku in iny.at)euce: or per-
iHfirw iiyiiilt in iiit-r 11 'm iMirr if n ni i n r( 111 1
mdiih living ii nr 11 oiern oruuii 01 uiecoiiiiij
can call (if theychoose) on me t-my resideXct
Ill miU V'i-kI of K:iliiKiirv.
A ' XS. McCUEBINS
Dec, 5 12u
County Treasii rer.
9J lJ 4AU ik.injiPHipi,ef her aex, f ihiuic or
olo. make mr mnner mi work f r i in their jwr aia
iccnai or U the tiine than t mnj Ihina eisa. IParficaton
tn. Adinu (X titlamm Jt Co, Portland, Uaiu. '
h TA TtlKTlRi CHlilTlT A NTiWA
GISTMAX&SMLAKKS M . to ftffux
Staple Dry Moods and-Suxs,
AH kinds of Country Protluce bought and
sold. , . - ,
tiFurs and Birds. Wanted.
J. K. Bt'UKfcJ. f S. w. TEU11ELL.
BURKE & TERRELL
Auction & Coxamission
(Sah etcrn SATURDAY 1 o'clock 1
t' n i-. - - . n . .
Inniss St., SALISBURY, N. C-
Weed Family Favorite
1st premium awarded to the "Weed"
Th cheapest, most durable, and runs easier
'J?? other Machine. For Sale on Time or
-MWrt. S. W. TERRELL. .Aft.
L'rpch Fish -f. .Ilraf ato PnmSm?
L , ' 7 ? !
uii ii cuir'kiimv aim .dTnni in iinmx.n.H
..1 " .
lu; l J At i r.LCUhL. 6
And APPLES At 'TJEUKELL'S
"P lH li C II IflU lilT'u , n .. -. , .-
and UllCKWH, At TERRELL'S.
VARIETY ' CONFECTION St
iust leceivc-d At TVimvi i;c
The LARGEST and BEST Variety of
Eatables can be found
0: L At TERRELL'S.
One Fine New BUGGY, Late Style
10- tf- BLKKE A TERUELL.
L 1 A LlVj I
T t a -w- w .
Une Very 1 ,i,e -PIANO and Ouo com
Ol 1UVI, 1 l.UkLLL. I
MLSS F. KRirrir.
Mrs. TERRELL ti KRETH'S
Fancy Hair and Woo! Work
SuitcJies, Braids and Curls
Made to order.
A Share of patronage is respectfully solicti
ed. Satisfaction guaranteed. Next " door to
Messrs. Burke & Terrell's Aiuti..n U.m r...,:J
Street. io- tf
Mrs. Terrell will pay a liberal price for hu
man, hair. The rtrice will drn.t ..r. i.,. i. .i.
and quality of the hair. I2;tf.
CATAWBA EXGLlNil Aii CLASSICAL
NEWTON, N. C.
Rev. J.C. Clapp, A . B.
S. M. Finger, A. M. j Principals,
J. D. Rowe, Assistant.
Tlie loth Session of 20 weeks will begin on
me otu ot January next. ,
Tuition, from S10 to $22,50 per session.
Board in families, from $8 to $10 per month.
3? Discipline ii rjxnland Lixtruciinn, thorough.
For Circular aud paiticr.lars address
CLAPP & FINGKR,"
ov':25' '72;-2m: pd. Newton, N. C.
; YADKIN 11. R. COMPANY
The annual raaeting of the Sl'ocklnld
(rs of the Yadkin Railroad Company will
bo held in Albemarle, on Tuesday the
1 7th day of December, 1872.
All who have paid thefiist. Installment,
are requested to have theij Receipts pres
et, E. MAUNEY, Pres.
Nov. 20th, 1872-
A. M. Sullivan. J. P. Gowa
IHE undersigned having associated them
selves in business under the linn name of
A. M, SULLIVAN, CO
I T AVE opeued in R. J. Holmes' new bnibl
LXinjT. l'iext door to tha Hardware Store,
where they will be pleased to meet old and'
new friends. They have a magnificent room
the large t and best in town aud
STOCK OF GOODS,
COMPRISING a general asortuicut. Hard
ware excepted, and will guarrantee as
good bargains as ffi,n sold by any House in
the South. They will deal heavily in Groceries
and coun ry Pioduee. buying and selling, and
invite all who wish either to hnr or sell to caU
on them A. M. SULLIVAN & Co.
Jan 24th, 1.972.. lll tf
w v p . ,,r M, .
Y il. v. AUltL. X JlLbHA it; A L
C1' A -
Notice to Delinquent Stockholders.
ft 1 . I ' -
At a meeting oi ine uireetors otthealwve
it WM ordered that publication be aiade for Six
uccfsive weeks in the Salisbury Watchman
notifvintr all delinr
forward and iwy to the Treasurer of said Com-
,mnv all their-nrrears on Kubrrinlion ofKt.l-
oi sam xxmipanv, unlcr the ptnailv, if pavment
nf Cimjpanv. unlcr the utnallv. If i.yvment
snail oe uoierrea lor lwentv tlav 'sailer the ex-
vnHim of this notice, of forfeiting anv shares
..fi?...i- .1 i i .
oi oiuck niev inay nave suuscnoeu tor, andall
previous payments made there on.
SalkburN. C. Nov. 2Gih IS72.
r T. W. KE.
D Ai DAVIS Sec'y.
East Bend Male Academy,
LEast Benl, ITadkill Co.. IV. C.
Rev. M. 'BALDWIN. A. R Prl,!n.i
Mrs, A. L. BALDWIN, Assistant.
-- - ww-a vi niviv mau uvtf
years, in succesaful operation, under the present
The next session will ope
day in Jamiarv, 1S73. Tl
embraces Ancient and A'
1 he next session will open on the 1st Mon-
t lie course of-stud v
Mm! urn I janmii..u
rathpninties. and the Vnlnril
I ) iakiiv. 1 I 1 1
suck other ranches as relate directly to busi
iiess,- Good loard cjhi le had on satisfactory
lerow. in ine vuiage, or wiin Uie J'nncipal.
Til if. ion frnm iiS f.i -ll i..
TiUtion, from S6 to $20, according to ad
vancement, hir particulars, address the Prin
cipal nVEast Bend, Yadkin Countr, N. C.
Dri.'Siiiiimerell & Gaither's
BAEKER & CO'S Dmglstore
: ivy up siAiRs.
Ti l v.-e want toisjv now the fii.it .u'l.
oi. r i,ur. t ' -
Our btokf. are pOf4el and ready for Kelt lenient.-
In our absence Mr. George Buis, or C
R. Barker will receive money and give receipts
for the Kama. - .
All those indebted to me for "ubscription to
the Kxamirur, for advertising, or job work ore
respectfully requested to e.nie forward and net
tle up without further delay. Corn, Wheat,
r lour, 1 eas, or any country prinhice taken in
exchange for claims and the market price allow-
, m I J. J. STEWART.
Sept. 5,-51 :tf
Tateiit Well Fixture.
We call the attention ..f the public to this
admirable invention- It is especially recom
mended to private families, Wing iimveni
ent for quick filling, sell emptying and ease
in drawing. Fr durability it is inison-ass-
" ..rAiiS .iu irun cov4reu lop, th wind
'asa. rop and buck are protect fn.m the
3 ! 111 nllly
lutM " ,s s' ranged as to secure ab-
,kfMl ccid.u. even iu the h,Ud3
l ri e inner ruico j
MEROXEY Sc BUO.
T.J. FOSTER & WEST
Buy and tell all kinds of produce whole
sale dealers, iit whiskey &c.
Rkfer TO Salisbury, N. C.
D A. DAVIS, B inker,
JXO. 1. SHAVER, Esq.
MOCK & BROWN,
HON. N. BuYDEN.
Oct. 31 2ms. -
NORTH CAROLINA, Superior Court,
Rowan Coi xty. j Petition to sell Land.
John Freeze, LiJia Baker and other
Thomas Freeze, Amanda Earnheart and others,
In this case it aptHaring to the satisfaction
of the court that Thomas Freeze, the heirs of
Henry Freeze, the heirs of Daniel Freeze and
. 1. .. .. n,iwne Amanda are nor
residents of this State, it is ordered that adver
i-..ieiifio r.arnnean ami wile Amanda r non
iiseuunt te made in the "Carolina Watchman"
for six weeks notifying the said non resident
to appear at the office ol" the clerk of the Supe
rior Court in Salisbury on the 14th day of 1K.
eember, 172, and an-wer the complaint in this
Case or the suit will be heard crixirte as to
JOHN A. BOY DEN, C. S. C.
Oct. 23th '7'J: Gw. (S.".o )
W. Price. t. J. Vmct.
. PRICE &BRO.
FA JULY GROCERY STORE
To Phillips' Old Stand
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HOUSE,
Where they will contiune to Sell Flmir.
Meal, Fresli Meats. Bacon. Lard. li;.tter.
Kgijs. ('..ife... Teas Sugar, Salt. Pit-kles. Mo
lasses, Are , together with a large and varie.1
stock of household and table uecessities.
Bring your countrv produce to
PRICE & BRO.
- FOR 1873.
The Scientific A:lru-a,v, now in its 2Sth
year; enjoys the widest circulation of any anla
gons pcriodieal in lire world.
Its eitiiter.ts embrace the latent and mo-t inter
esting information pertaining to the Industrial,
Mechanical, and Scientific Progress of the
World; De.-criptions, with Beautiful Eiiuravings.
of New Inventions, New Implements, New Pro
cesses, and Improved Industries of all kinds;
Useful Notes, Facts, Recipes, Smrgistions and
Advice, by Practical Writers, for Workmen and
Employers, in all the various Arts.
Descrip lions of Improvements, Discoveries,
and Important Works, pertaining.to Civil and
Mechanical Engineering, Milling, 'Mining and
Metallurgy ;. Records of the latest progress in
the Applications of Steam, Sieaui Engineering,
Railways, Shin-building, Navigation, Tele
graphy, Telegraph Engineering, EJectricitv,
Magnetism, Liht and Ileal.
The Latest Discoveries in Phot'-graphv, Chem
istry in the Arts and in Domenlic or Household
The bit est Ii-formation pertaining to Techno
logy, Microscopy, Mathematics, Astrotiomv,
Geography, Meteorology, Mineralogv, ieologv,
.oology, Botany, Morticulturc, Agriculture,
Architecture, Ri:ral Ivonomy, Household Ivcon
omv. Food, Lighting, Heating, Ventilation, and
In short the whole range of the Sciences ami
Practical Arts are embraced within the scoieof
I he cientitie American. No iktmhi whodiires
to In; inteiligenlly iiifcrwed can aflord to be
without this paer.
'Farmers, Mechanics, Engineer-, Inventors,
Manufacturer, Ch-mbu, Lovers of Science,
Teachers, Clergymen, Lawyers, ail iVojdc f
all Professions, will hod thc.ScP nsiSc American
to lie of great value. It should have a place in
every Family, Library, Study, Office ami Count
ing Room; in every Reading Room, College,
Academy, or School.
Published wecklr. btiIdimIMIv tltoMil i..
i -. , i - - . ..v, ,.,.-kiaim viiit
i 53 a vear.
The yearly Numbers of the Scientific Ameri
can make two splendid voiuins of nearly one
thunsaud pages, equivalent in contents to Four
Thousand ordinary ILmjIc Pu.jfs. An Oif.cial List
o( alt Patents issued is published weeklv.
Sneciinen coni extent fre Vil.lr ,,,i
iKlu rs. Miss & Co., ;
li-hers. Miss & Co., 37 Park Row New York.
connect ion with tl.eS ien-
America n, Messrs. M CNN
can and Foreign Patents, have had over 25 vears'
cxerience, an.i nave tne largest establishment
iu the world. If you have made an invention,
write them, a letter and send a sketch, they will
promptly inform you, free of charge, whether
your device is new and patentable. They will
also send yon,ree of cluirye, a copy of the Patent
Laws in full, with, instruction how to proceed
to obtain a patent: Address Miss 4 co, 37
Park Row, New York.
Subscription fx. the Scientific American taken
aMthisofnce. Price $3 a year. nov.23:i tf
RETURNS niS THANKS to his OLD
I'MEXDS and the Public for the libera!
patronage heretofore extended U him. He now
informs them that be has litted up a new and
Shop, in Sr. XZcaderson's 3rick-
Suildin?, Room T7o 2.
..... .. r -. iRnnu n' niem. tie
iniHrlTllHItl In tri frt .1 1 I - "w.l i. Tn
w : . v . ow.tv .ii rinj cuse.
He has in hi employ of the IhM Hair Dressers
in Western orth Carobna. Herequests a call
, Salisbury, 2,. C, Dec. 17,1609. 50 U
nV Reliable Gift Distribution in il
v otintry J
Grand Annual Distribution,
lovearatcn Wednesday, Jan'y 1st, 1673
I3T VALXXADI.TJ GXPTS !
SIO.000 IN AMERICAN GOLD!
810,000 IN AMERICAN SILVER'
Fl ve prizes $1,000 1
. f Eac, in OREENBACKa
x eu prues $OUU J
One Span of Matched Horses, trilh Fami
Ig Carriage, and Silver-Mounted
Harness irnrlh 81,500 !
Fife Horcs & Iliixsie. wit.
Silver mounted Harness "
worth $COO each!
Five Fine-Toned Rosewood rianos, worth
25 Family Sewing Machines, worth $100 each!
230Q CM .Silrcr Lrrrr lUiUinn Watcka
; (ia all,) tn.rthfrom $20 to S-"0 eack.
Gold Chains, Silver ware, Jewelry Ac.
IWumber of Girts, 23,000
Tickets Limited to 100,000.
AGENTS WANTED to 8.11 Tickets,
to w hom Liberal Paemiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $2; Six Tickets SI 0; Twelve'
Tick ets 5-2U ; Twcnty-fi ve Tickets $ 10.
Circulars containinir a fill li-i of tirivo.. .1.
w-ription of the manner of drawing, and other
auniiBuun in reference io tne Distribution,
ill be sent to anv one ordering ili.-m l n i.'
, . . . , - -n ni
ters must be addressed to
aix offh k, L, D. SINE, liox 86.
,U1 Xm Sf C1 X ATI, O.
Oct. :i t r.w.
OP ALL KINDS
Fumilw 1 to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Mi,; Western N.C. It. R , twenty miks
Prici- at mill SI. At Salisbury $1,20.
Kiln Dried at Salisbury, SI ,50.
47 : tf: U. n. COWAN.
To be Drawn iu Public, Dec. .Kth, D72.
TiekeU SI eaehorix To; 8.7.
ncKei seal Uy bxprei CJ. O. V., if UesireJ
Grand Cash Prize
(-rami C'aab l'ri.e
Cran J C"ai.!i Prize,
(IrnnJ ('ash I'r.ze
.. 15 WW
. . 4 (X0
. . fi.OUU
. . R 000
. . a.ouo
1 t'aU Tiize
2 Culi Prir.es. 3U00e.v't
4 Cash Jiizet, ii.iuso ra,-li
2 Cah Pii.is, l.ooOfacli
For lia!jii. : o.'
i.J lor c lrrnlar.
This Legal Ktiterj.ri.-e ..enlorse.l !-v the likliot
authority of the tate an;i l,.-t tejii:rV men.
The limited aiiini.cr ..1 iii ketsou Lund will be
ftirnifl'p'l tli-ise m lio ip'.iv f!r-t.
All Prizes wiil Ne .a':.l in lull. Agents Wast
ed. Fur lull iai't;cu!ara aiidresa
J. M I'ATI'KK,
fi:-r,w'- (M-iieral Manager. OpiaLa. Neb. '
The Great Democratic Journal.
THE aEW YOKK
BUTIJ. X7QQZ3, Editor fc Trop'r.
A Mammolh Ei-l.t Pa e Sheet, Fifty-six
Columns of Reading Mailer.
Contains all ih.e tin.-, foreign, domestic, pdit
ical and general, with lull and reliable market
repons. Each iniiuber alM contains wveral
short Htories, and a great variety of literary,
agricultural and scientific luattcr.'ctc., etc., con
stituting, it U donfi I. -fitly asserted, the most
complete weekly newspacr in this country.
TERMS $2A YEAR.
Iduceinciits to Clubs:
Five copii s, one your 89 00
Ten copies, one yar, and an
extra copy to the se nder S15 00
Twenty cpb s, one ye ar, and an
extra copy f sender 25 00
Filly copied, one year, and nu
extra cpy to sender $55 00
Parties set. ding ehtls as above, may rc
tain 20 per o ni , the money nceiied by
them, as com mission.
Persons desiring to act a agent supplied wiih
sjiecinic n huiidU-s. Sieiiiicji mm.- se nt free
to any addros. All letter-should liedincted to
NKW YOIIK UKIKI.V KUS.
SEW YOr.K CITY POST OFFICII
TO ALL WHO ARE CONCERNED.
I am again under the ne-sity of calling on all
who lire due me to call ai.d "make immediate
Now I mean juM what I say, and no one ln
a riji hi to think tl.i is meant lor someone cIm-,
for ii is meant for von.
R. P. D ESSE NT.
ilcMX NN KN S SMTtT,
anc! i: 11 E E I Mi Tl ncli i tie.
THRESHING MACHINES &
Several. varieties, on whceUor without.
c id six and wmn axil.1,3
the InndirKt thing out.
APPX.I3 and. TSACIZ PACBIin
Corers and Sliccrs labor savers. '
We warr.int all these artielea to give atia
faclion or no sale.
The copartner-hip lierttofreexi-tingletweert
Mrs. Corn 11 anil Ff'-ssul, kv diolveil on the
21st October, 172. Mr. E.'land retires, Mr,
Ci.rrell having purchased licr intcre-t in Stoc k
and accounts due. Mix Correll ha not and
does not intend to "Shut r.j.," as reported but
'-"""'c iu ian ) on me nu-inerii a iierctc-
ji v. -!,.- win receive a vifw sfrteK ol miiiu.erv
1 .1. : .. .. t .1 . .. . .
ncwiuTiL auu inm tjine to time, nu't
addiUorw as ber busing mar reouirc.
She solicits a continuance" of patronage and
, Er. -:n i. -1.1.. . :
Oct. 21.6 ii MS. IL A. COKRELL.
Mm m Mm eo. of phila.-
.S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets
ORGANIZED 1850. CHARTER Perpetual.
GEORGE W. HILL. President, JOHN S. WILS0S, Secretarr.
BOARD OTP TRUSTEES.
... . v. ..uiinui - I II I IjI l II
ISAAC IIAZLEIIITUST t xi it, ,t
let ttitrTi. ? '
OLO. W. JULL, JAS. L, CLAOUORN,
Issues all forms of Life
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
ALL POLICIES NOX-FOHFEITABLE.
1 fovernivl.nacon.runed by fcJX
commercial probity. and baa U-en euiinentlr
niuent and leading men, fnaH pr!f "5! Xd e liT "iTf u
Relible Arenu wanted. wfc iZni.i Z ..Slrj-11 C.r,.lis..
Relive iU waated. who WES'i
Or toCol St. Vl tut Diriaixr.. ?P Asrwit.
The tirra herc-tofon; ! .!.- .1-
--- nv name
ai II.. . n r. Ii . ... .
JJIl.Jf IS UlU tUV UiMM0lV.-d
muiual coitM iit.
Tho-e indebted to iho ltf.
- - --- i'ii tkie
come forward and mike ctib nu nt iih l.--.r
Mill, Kerns Jc Ccs to whom all claim an due.
. illl.Lo x IXiVIiEN.
July 1, 1572
J. B. KU:.S
W.J. MILLS. T. M KKKNK.
MILLS, KERNS & CO.
VnOI.E5AI.E A.NU It KTA IL
OS-SROS Ci2 CtZ
Ar.3 CczlriJl!c-, lfrrv--
Sai.isi.i rv. March 1-t. Ih72.
Kee p constantly on hand a large and do. ice
slock of CENEHAL MEIU Jl.NDI-E
coinjiriing Dry iood. V,t eric. arc . 1 1 .
t'f w hich they would ojx-c ialh uu-iiiion
Sugar and Coffee, of all grades,
FLOl It and MEAL.
PLi'i'EH and SpRES.
TOIJAI t o.
LIQI KS, (,f u
kinds always on hand, of choh e .juality.
t-i "Esimi ial art ml i.in
ments and prompt returns rm.de.
DO YOU LOVE" ME?
KW and listing -crfiinie, with a zr(it
T v,ri,t.T "f other extracts f..r the handker
chief, including all kind of loilect artieb at
C. R. RARKER A LVS IrtTg Stdrc.
nO ymi wi.-h to erjoy a g.Hd -m.d.p ? Th n
try soive of the sretiUiiie Il.iC.ii r; - -
jut received a
C. U. It AUK EH A CO'S Drug Store. J
i ) 1 TANNERS' oil. Magic ,ml
iW. 1 Tran pnrcnt Machine (il at
low prices at
C. R. BARKER & CO'S bm... Ss.m
VE inCSPIXTEliLY call tlie attention
1 1 of Phicians. Men bants and the public
generally to our well n-leclcd sloe k of j
Drugs, Chemicals, Taints, Od-,
Varnishes, Brushes, Dye Slufs,
Lamps, Iaih'p Fixtures, dr., de.
VLL C(K)IrS warranted, p.re, fn-h i.d
Cefiiiinc, and prices P "iii the tim-.
All orders promptly attended io. E-js.inl
care ar.d attention gitn to our j rescript ion do- ;
C. R. BARKER A Co., Imcri-t, j
(Succeor to Jmi. 11. K.xm-aj
20 f SalUburr. N. C. '
Administrator's Notice. 1
All ern having claim again! the c.M
of Ir. M. A. Iis ke, die'd, arc hereby iM.iifi.d
loexhibit the wuf to the ur.der-igt.Vd U d.fe
the M day of January. A. I ., l7:i. Atid ,
all rou- indebiml to iaid estate sin ntpi.-twl !
to make payment romptiy, a Lu: very hoit !
indulgence ill be given. .
S. E. (Y WAN,
Adm'r nf lr. AI. A. 1st-1 An-' A i
Sept. 12th IS72. tf:
DR. J. F GRIFFITH,
Having located in Sali-Uinr, Md'tcit a prac
tice iu the lown and mrrminJing c-ouuirv.
McNccly Building, Enfnnee to
McNcclg'.i Hull. 4", 2 m p '!
NORTH CAROLINA, T .. c . ,
IUVIK CotM v. i In he.S.ipMrr ( ourt.
l1l Pa . Aigw,, pit.
C.corirel). Sprrr-e (.ecg. R-C-rter. RoUrt
IMi.ii an wifeN.rT.OeeW kelhatHl
his wi e Hannah, IW Kunlnek and I...
wife Harriet, Lucy Hoi ei.g.wof ih. 1 bom,
r,n7,'- V""" an'1 .o;,uT thiMrv,
of Nalhe Joirf-, who waadi!igh!r of Martha
Sproue, a -j-Mer of Rrfrt Kpr.H,-, d.r,l,
daughter of aid Mailha Si.r...-r. I)rf, fi,ia.
Pitition to R-al for Partition. It
earinr to the sari-f.i l.on of tlie t Virf il.i
defendani Ccore R. Carter, RoUrt iKmirl and
wile .Nancy, ieorjre l. te!lyainl wife Hatinali,
David Kicdrick and Id wife Hrrit(, Iah)
HoMengsworth. Th my Jote and two other
c hildren of Sallie Jone, derM nbo-e name art
not known and Jiiiim Sruiih r; d lo other
children of Jan- Smith w!.o-e ftarr.is arc un
known, are i'oi.-reidef Is of i! i Sl .le: Ji i
therefore orden-d that xibii-a!ion I loa'ie ii,
the ''(.'ii'oiina Va!el,nn," a i.eipaifr f.iM;h-
Ki in S.ili.liiirv N. (' for iz k .'i.o.ii.
ly, for the defendant a'oe n ir,-d i par at
the ofi' e of" the hrk of th- Si.p-i'i r Court, at I
tlie tmrt IliVfe in .v-kvti!i-. or. He rrI day
of Decern l-c-r. 1STT2. ird rpwi r I he corr.plaii.t ol
Plaintifl'or the unie will lie hesrd njiiit aa to
Thin lSih day of e"Vio! r A. D. l-7?.
II. R. Howard, r.s.r.
(WW 410 ul Lwvie Cvuntf
5"' t1 .
- 'i I . I r I .tj Hti A tl i i'irit t
and Endowment Policies,
iW ' -"
&jr ctf tb caeit
REV. L. P. WAT. Oral Aat.
WilmSn v PuttilU.N. C.
MARIA, do vrn kr.n fk.i !-. 1
l. A. .. U ill II V . ntit aiur to Ltngham A
J- Jin.g all LitLi of good, at u.tH
Now after hotc tVnirg. vrwi d U4
hit y-n r.d in tU-ir lit. d rr. ih,rtr ,4
r t 11, y.Hi Can d.. i.nid, 1-nirr iire thaa Id
l.oy a ny oiUr U. AdtW all wr fmtoCa
lo jpj and m
R. & A. Murphy's
NEW STOCK OF
FALU WINTER GOODS
j Wc take pWurc in irsmmwing to iWrli'r-
! of Iw n at,. U.r a r.,;,,ij ccHioli.t U.U
c iit nw rrcciving and j-i.u.g tLe
L A R G E S T
. K:or-k croon! is we have ever had to ex-
; h.t.ii t ..ur mirnrr!.!.. fntod. and cuMrwiera.
; We hate taken iuim 1, ihur, and unuaoal ina
1 l. li.k up bargain- A.r ;r pairt,t and do mv
t :;l a!l r.ii i-h:rg to bUv fitd jt
llicir advaniage tu tall and
j EXAMINE (,UR STOCK,
, and price U fore puicbaaiirf antlhine a!-
i Ifc'f, Shoes, and Gaittr for Ixidi t
(ients, Misses ar.d Children, all good
it rl; (and no Shtdy trorkj
CLOTHING, CROCKERY HATS
Caps, Notions, Glotrs, Hosiery. Fane
(;.-, S-Ae Isathrr, Cf Skins,
Lining SI ins, Drugg$, Spiect, i
Soipt, a.d a Large
Stock of Fine
OroctTK-sof IIii.li quality and lew prim.
Salt, Syruj,, It i'jjn g ad Ct-tfvn Jtest
Cht. Ciaelcts, ClcTtr Seed
audii.fj.-t nearly everything wanted and aJl at
IU lurr-in.' our ihanVi fur ihe pn r imge
:iir.ill if.iod ,,fl u. ;rnr we t.tMd;tt
Manh lat, -i lra-t bj fcJfil aM.tlKi o, Lrfoi-iie-,
and j-.lit.ru- to our cutcfur lo merit
Cxiiit im.m.U. of the .iritr.
d A. Ml 'It PHY.
tV All rdtr hall hava our rvcr4 at
AN DRW MURl'HKT,
Salitbury, Oct. 17, lh72. k7:lj
White (ioetls. KnilToidcrics. if.
; AKMSTKOXG, CATOl. & CO.
IUnn Tri...i, .A .nk.l,., K,bor.
Velv.t BiU,, k Tie. lUmrnlhilks
Velvet aud ( ri( J I .r. I ratbc
! W rn r ai. I- iu M omr.i
I IUis. i vm su t Miiifwu.
. in fttt r.Hif J. v,rt rrr,.
U l"tC -:-,"'b J.trbf. klrii
Net. ' :;.!. tt. Ilaailirr. L. W
. ! N t. 1 .. At.
Noa. 137aiul U'J R,!t m , Iial'imow Md.
Ti lf are riari'ifaj in red by r ot lf
A-r ( "aa lnvetir fr. r-i ll.r K r -., J Alrr
car Msnofr-tiiri. i..t.i h..; all il. lat-4
it-hit-, oi-pial-. iu variny arid rhwtXNM
Of ! f. Li., J
It tare, piou.pti.coa ard di-
ol Hi pf.
OK I(.i:( HAI(-I
ATT(i.i;Vs AT ls
5jlirito'5 in Bsnhroplfi).
."i5Spctil aitc .iliof, paij to l'rorctdiut
Sept. 5, SI3rooaV