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LOCAL AITB CTAgn Igfl 7 O
'i FEimUAKY 13.
CORN new 05 70. .
cotton n m.
Ufp. ATI 70 4 75.: '
POTATOES Irish, W ft 40 Sweet, 65.
xiEGGS 20. ft , ... :
.. CHICKENS 2.50 ft $3 per doz. j .
iLARIVUl 15.?Sr'.'- ,vi. i .
t FEATItERS new, 50., . fr
J TALLOW 10. : I I-
'IITE 75 ft.80. !' I-
: BEE8TAY 28 ft 80. I
WIIEAT $1.40$1,60. f
: DIIIE1) FRUIT
Apples, - ..t
. : . Peaches, unpeclea, 34 J
, J da , peeled, 8(12
r BlftekberrieC, 7 7 J.
80 pr. Ib
$5.00 to $7.00
7.00 " 8 50
SALISBURY TOBACCO MARKET
From Billet of 18700 lbs on Thursday
February Cib 1873.
- TtQg common dark
Medium red 1
Yellow smokers . ; 8.00
Leaf common dark 1 00
;. red 8.00
Common to medium rappers 14.00
Yellow ranncrs 24.00
IIkavy Eaxn Fall. The heayest rain
fall of maBy; jears tisited this section last
Nkw ADVXitTiSEHENts. SeeMr.Thos.
Dickson's drerUacment. Mr. 'D offers
his serTices to oar peoplo ast a Tailor.
He nnderstands his business and we hope
he will be liberally patronized. jV , f
Mr. David Atweir invites those wish
ing Hardware to eall and examine his el
egantly assorted stock, which is new and
fresh ftiid of tKQ bft1)rands. ; l !
ji mile from here, and nearly, block op
the cnt, which it orcr 100 feet higlithe
largest on the IUad one train will rim
fWm e aclt end of lliet lloadand transf er,
Mails Baggage &cniaii the tUde is re
moved. :: :A'JW .A-
More Cajis. We'hear great complaint
of want of transportation from this place
over the North Carolina Railroad. Pro
duce1, corn, meal and hay, not nnfreqnent
ly lie at -our depot diree or fonr weekt;
hay has lain on the platform until it rot
ted or become woithless. Now, this is a
source ot great annoy ance and losa to our
bttsinest men, anO 'w$$o njtwondel that
tbey complain. Jtt strange that there
are not more cars pa; on the Road in or
der to meet and accommodate the, busi
ness interests of the Country In a tatisfac
tory manner. Itj would seem that such
a policy would prove advantageous to the
Road as well as to the public. Please.
give us more cars and better transports,
In this county bo the ROt inkimt. fr. YVt
XT riA t mi r nlivrfn WT 1.
aiujixi iAifiiarKiaj&MHO were luuwa
a few days ago, by, Mf. Thos. W. llaynes,
of this county, a lot 6f clover seed of his
well cleaned, and
Mixxd PAlSxa We direct attention
to the advertisement of Mr.'C P. Knight,
Baltimore agent for the popular mixed
paints. Thcso paints embrace every va
rlety of shade or color, and as far as they
have been used in this section, have prov
ed entirely satisfactory. See advertisef
meat and testimonial. I
would compare favora-
bly with any raised in any section of the
country. Mr. Haynes informed us that
they were of the second crop of clover :
The first he made hay of, realizing about
brty dollars per acre pn value of seed and
hay. Mr. llaynes found ready sale for
bis seed at from $8 to $10 per bushel.
This will do we" think, and" we are elad
that Mr. Haynes has been so successful in
this home enterprise, or rather, new branch
of industry, one too, i we have no doubt
that can be made Profitable.
We can not understand why our peo
pie do not raiue all their seeds. It is be
lieved, and really stated as a fact by; the
bett informed, that 'seeds raised among a$j
in the same latitude, no matter of what
kind, yield better than foreign seeds, the
crop from them is larger and uaore certai.
This can be easily tested, though-we do
not doubt the troith, and; large sums of
money could be silved that are annually
expended from home for seeds.
! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
a ne nrm or amiuideai , liitiihanit a Hn t.
J wuiiuiuau niuiui.RiiiE. ue final na l i - . .
will becontitiued under the nam- tiu .a I RR A T.T 17VJO T 4 mnXTm
i Bernhardt & Bona, w : 1 i rff4 -: & v IV XU X
O AN. D O YO nR OWN i P A TTVTT NCI
When' yon ' want Hardware at low
gurescall on the undersigned at No. 2
tt : n d. a. atwelh !
Salisbury, N. CFeb, 13 3mos;; v
C. T. llKajriiAariT, .
P. M. Berkhasot.
G. M. JjE2rHARXT.
IISlJRA!f CHI QFFiCE
ALLEN IUlO WNV
The undersigned after an absscf of more
than 20 years, dorinsr which time he ban
gained much experience and knowledge in the
proper management ot buraneaa has returned to
Baliaburv, and opened a Tailor Shop next door
Id u Rational lioteL,1 room formerly occupied
THESE PAINTS are compoiwl of Pcaa
Wttttw Inn 7ln ..I T .m.-.l. sw.
It is with rerret that, the OBdernnl with. I with nth- mi.rd!a . .CI
drawi from the late firm, with each and all of durability, elasticity, beauty and atreneth of the
whoae membera hi. relations have been of the Paint. Tl whole are chemically combined, to
most agreeable and pleasant nature; and in doing that the pigment are held in permanent solo
so, he desirea tb return thanks to the public for tion, thm forming a araooth glcj, firm, eUmie.
the very liberal patronage given the firm1 of beautiful and durable Paint. The OIL which u
Smithdeal Bernhardt & C04 and honea it will be the real life of the Pi
continued to their successors, .whom the people absorbed by theauhttanceto which it U applied,
will find to he in every way reliable and acscomr I aa it does in the painta mixed in the ordinary
The iflost Econotnicaly Deautirui and Durable. :
, Ko 2 Granite Rov, Salisbury 2f
I iMire yevr buildiar If erchandlae. and
property. I'oUce la euiicr of iht kjl lowing Ctfa,
Uaned on favoraUe term. Three and five year
Pulices writlen on good Isolated d telling. Or
tificatea under "Open Fin Pulicy iareed r,
terms leas than 12 moutha. - l ; I ;
Iiverpooi and Londoa and (jkb ' ' ' i
(London,) Aaaetta, 30,000,600 gbid.
Jan. 23 Imo.!
W. SMITH DEALl'.
T VlO Via. ral-Ak ka .1 1 w
by theAIesara. Horah, as a Silver Smith Shop, Hotel, and am prepared to accommodate Gents ,Tf a ' m.? injr ?ther P1111 .ktKwn
Where he is ever ready to receive calls and obey by the Month, IWeek and Day at reasonable K !TW4UllinUme,M
orders 1 in hiailine. , All work warranted and prices. - jU i "8 " the bert Lead and OU mixed in tha or-
ue, to wash and rub Off in a' few months or at
farthest in three or four Tears. Thla Paint U
unaffected by changes of temperature, is perfect
ly impervious tolbe action of water, is well ad
apt d to all dames of work, and is in every wav
t.M..D.t.ir:..!ii r i -v ... in r
orders ! in bia i line. AH work warranted and
good bU guaranteed, Every "possible expense
saved to his customers. . He is in regular re
ceipt of the new styles and fashions. : '
J Trade taken in exchange for work when suit
able to parties contracting. - .
IM i THOMAS DICKSON.
Feb. 12, 1873 tf: 22
Jan. 2 ImoJi
J; A. BELL, !
-''. Proprietor, i
I (Sew York;) '
PrankHn (PhilaJ r " -
Georgia Hone '
i tOoIuaboa Js, :?
dioary. way. ,
A1FT" lledy ?br V M.Satay Applied, . jiold by t QaUon.
ONE GALLON COVERS TWENTY SQUARE YARDS. TWO COATS
O. P. KNIGHT. Solo Agent,
I ' : '' ' x
4 ooo sAcKsGRouifD alum
38 1-4 acres of land, partlv within th nw.
E orate hmiuof the city of Salisbury, eligible for
uilding lot i, and also well suited to the culture
of cotton. Upon the premises is already a beau
tiful and com modioli RAaidwA rf fan vrhsmai
Ko. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
Specimens and Price IaUX Furnished Gratis.
OA A SACKS MARSHALL'S FACTORY
! lmDrovenipnU r nflv
RAW .nil .f iL a J 1 i . . .
" " me uiusi aeMiraoieaescripuen ; sisO
a lot of 14 acres upon which is a irood'aUe for
a lanyard. The property will be sold greatly
below its realvalue. Apply to the subscriber.
. J. A. BRADSHAW. ;
Salisbury, Jan. 30, 1873 tf:20'
For Sale, to arrive from Liverpool by.
is 7. Garden Seeds. 187:i '
feb 13 2t
DeROSSET & Co..
Wilmington N. C. ,
it receiTcd a lanre and carefullr selected
stock of Warranted Fretdi and Genuine Garden
Seeds, embracing all the leading sorto grown by 21?
Baltimore, Dec 10, 1872.
Mr C. P. Knight Dear Sir : It afford me
much pleasure to say that the Bradley
Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my exjweta
tion in economy, beauty, and, I have every rea
son.to believe, in durability. More than twelve
months sioee I painted the roof of my Hotel
(Mansion House) with the Bradley Enamel
PainL and I was no well pleased with it I deter
mined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and am
most happy to say that it rises me perfect satis
faction. In conclusion 1 will say, if this testi
f Insnre your Ufa la the well' EsfahlkheJ aJ
most rxrtiolar of all life Co' tiM I "Rmilf.MJi
of Srv York. , AateUe tlKJDQCLDCO. AnimJ f
come K5,uuu,uuu. All polices now tsmad ooa-r-feitable
after the 2nd rnertiuam. Diyi
denda declarwi annual aHer the 1st payment, i
TiuiMi amaaeuiaiciy ascaaa tq parsMiu Xtl
premiums. ,. 1 . 1 , 7
J. ALLEN BROWS Agent ,
. OSSa2GraaUelIflw Salisbury 5. CLr
Janiatooa., . . j 4 ,
1829. Charter PenetnaL'
Motto of Ben Tranaltn "
i nen ma nar be an re and tata veor rreali
with yoa.'ForrwanedFcveumed.' ' fc
PIRB INSLTR A TTOE Gdr
V . ;A
Pajwca Gnui'i Cocittt. Mi.. Oci. 54th. 1572.
C P. KxiaaT.iRso., Baltimore Iear Air.
Harinc frivto oof Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint
a test for nix month, 1 take pleaare in urine Utat
11 baa fall come i te Tour rr present font, and 1
think looks as wt now as whea flrt applied. It
aUsOed witl oaUaU anr etlier paint 1 aare ever I Accrued Sorplai and
ufihnv mmonv ,
w a awaws
Capital, . aUOO.OOO O
SPIRIT OF THE AGE
flHE Spirit of the Age will present a pair
X of fine pictues worth $3.00 to every sub-
Bctst, Laxdueth and Johnsox a Bobbins.
AppreciaUng the importance of sellinff and SOW'
ing otaly unch jteed.4 as are known td be freBh. i I
have thrown out every paper left over from last
M" 5iamcc trvyry paper now oi
BAirlMoaa. Md..fiept. icib. 1871. Casli AsscUKov.30,1812, $3,316,316 8Sf
3HT, H-Q. lcar Sir; I naed the Brad-1 ' '
remiutns, October, 1S02, t252.780 CO
; have bad bussiuesa iutereourse, fr
several years with Messrs. Griffin & Hotfinan
Advertising Aleuts, Baltimore, and take
pleasure iu Wsufying without solicitation to
thuir ' promptness and ; reliability. Waco
Vex.) Examiner Jan, 4. 18i3. i . 1
rI.Wc, too, have had business dealings
with M ara. GriiEu and Uoffinah and can
iulj ' aiidonoVtIiu above rrm.trks of the
Examiner, . ?
Bro&b jAIL.-John Allen Ketchey
made his escape fromkhe j iil at this place
last Monday eveniuj; about dark. Ex-
tly bow, seems to be a mystery, lie
was thought to have Wen securely ironed
and closely watched.
GaiEatar Pjsiks. Mr. .Makz, TaoiiA-
803T, of JbVankiin Townhipf has sent us
samplo of Tears kept through the win
ter. They! are in excellent preservation,
mid being alaaanl to the palate. ( Mrs.
Tbomasoa is one of the most industrious
, and licrect ttvauacni of tho farm, and
doieavJe affairsl geuerally Xu the couutyj.
Disabilities .iiEM0VEDi-The political disa-
. bilities of the Hon. AVm. A. Graham have been
. ' removed. We ire glad to hear jtSBut why
this removal of disabilities by piece meals ? ., If
oar members of Congress who are reported to
beduiny all in their power to have the disabil
ities of all our banned men removed, can get in
. Oraham'a name, why not Burton Craige'a and
other, who are yet unpardoned ? Wedonfann
deratand why any discrimination between these
reotleuin should be made. Put all the names
. ' of banned men in next time, gcntlmen.
gone, to the great chagrine of the sheriff
and . the regr;t of thej entire community
f there is blame, it is hard to tell to
whom it ait ichos. As Jar as we can learn.
escape seem to be
Tn Dailt News. -This excellent
Paper is very irregular iu its arrival at
this place. We havo been requested by
aubscsibers to enquire the cause. It seems
-lo go up; tjbe)' NVcetcrn N. U. R. tt., and
come back! In' tho evening or not at all
We think Uol. Long would be a proper
person to apply to in regard to it, and we
have tfo'doubtl ho would exert himself to
have the matter arranged.
... -.A, H : fl , .. . ; ..... , ,
n WxtL 1 hey Infobu Us. Four or
five days; before John Allen Ketchfy
made his escape from the jail here, it was
announced by the New North State, at
Greensboro, that be bad made his escape
I i waA also' announced by the lUeigl
Sentinel three or .fuur days., in advance
Will these papers give us their authority
for the announcements or the names of the
persons who; gave them, the information
And thus anticipated Ketch ey's out brake
c Tbe combined Catalogues of Seed and
Plants for 1873. of Petes IIkxdekson
6c Co., 35 ConrtUuJt St, New York, is
jast received numbers 175 paga; i
beautifully illustrated, and in addition
contains a colored plato of the new "Foun
tain Plant,, and also a handsome litho
graph of agroup of New fuchsia. jThcsa
catalogues are mailed to all applicants by
eter Henderson & Co, on receipt of 25
ccou. 10 tneir cusiomTs ot last, year
they. are aent without charge and to al
purchasers of their books, Gardening for
jprofit .-; jkid f1 Practical Floriculture'
(price $1,50 each, preptid by mail), jjijcy
also send them annually, free of charge,
f A Slide ot1 mr WJ N. C Jt. B.l A
Jetter from Mr. j-L. Uailey, the accommo.
atiugIail Ageiit on thj W,N.a U. Rv
dat6 Bfidgewatcr StaFebruary J2, 1873,
7i LTbjs mirning we ''run into? vciry
large altdej, one of the largest we ever liaJ,
Fbicb wilj detain ns for so we k sj6 orTik
lU ib tJtie J:uvoCtttttbmt
it so, tuese were
At any rate, he has
fered for sale to be fresh and nf ihU anrinrr'. r.m
scriber for 1873, who pays $2 50 in advance for chaws. My customers are therefore insured
ai vears mbncriDtion. liie pictures entitled I asrainnt the nnnnvanM anH W Mnw) k....
RaphseFs Cherubs is executed in the finest style ine old or mixed seeds. I resDectfullT ask that painta w.reoeiTl from yon been applied to
of Lithoeranhic nrintins: the printed surface of all ma ive m n IZ." tr1 of " own. buildincs and to. thoae Of onr
.1 . na on! "i J .1 i lt?.t..l i . . . 7-' " n r"
' j monial will be of any advantage to yoo, vOu are Isy'a Paint en onr dwellir.4- In Howard Conntr. la J p:
a a a 1 nsn w wn t nnaa iiti TaananrTii 1 r w aiaaa" " an. sa n n inai aaa ass m nasi svnAa aa aa jm Ma a .
M IArvm. fMKloJywHwaswT 01,876 64
Mansion House nteL N. W. corner Favette i -rer VB to P.r1 Uo f 1 ela
1 w DM IT.. 1 ASkt fmlv
DANIFX if. WOBTTJrStfJtyN.
BeereUry Bkltlmofe Btaaca Peeaiitr Life I Clear
ance Co., 35 P. O. Arenoe, Baltimore, lid
and St. Paul streets, Baltimore.
CBAMasBaacao, Dec 10, 1873.
Ha. C. P. Khiobt. Baltimore Dear Sir i Tbe
each is 22x28 inches,, and the pictures sell in the
stores for $2 50 per pair,
Rev.T. IL Frttchaed. D. D.
Rev. II. T. Hcuson,
The Age is a weekly Family Paper, adapted
to the Home Circle, the Farmer, the Mechanic,
the Tradesman, alike in every section of the
State; it is not sectional in its .character, nor
partisan or sectarian. Besides all the news of
chasing elsewhere. Orders by mail promptly
miea. i. rices jow.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ,
Drugjitl and Seed Dealer Salisbury, N C.
Clover and Grass Seeds.
Orrhiird Grass, Bine Grass, Timothy, Clover,
and HerdnGrafs Seeds. A full awortment. care-
. at mi iv aaionion ri'i raanvn vwaa su r.-
the davi collated with a view to correctness ana - wremiij
acenracy, its columns will be filled with the cleaned It don t pav to row weeds, therefore
choicest matter appropriate to the different de- T" w.h!ch can relll upon. Prices low
to the country .: He
his cell by means
the particulars of 4 hid
as follows : ! '
The Sheriff having business that re
quired his attention pit tbe Court-house,
cautioned the jailor1,, asihe left the jail after
supper, to seejlhat evpry thing was right
in .Ketchey s cell, ljhe jailor proceeded
up stairs to the;priionorg di-partment,
caving the doors unbarred behind bur,
and As lie passed on te examine the d if
ereut cells, Ketcliey, who had escaped
from his room, camel down unooserved,
and so made his wayj
made liia escape from!
of an iron bar which shad-, been by some
means conveyed to hnn,nbut'jby whom is
net known. lie Was also fastened by a
chain around his legs. After breaking
iho lock which bound the chain to his
legs it is supposed that he broke open his
prison door with the iron found in his
. .. 1 ....
possession. , 1 j ; -
Once out of his room he must have con
cealed himself until tbe jailor had passed
up. when he descended the steps to the
jail yard with his shoes in his hand. The
jailor very soon discovered that Ketchey
l 1 i ! . - I
bad escapa, ana at once gave ine aiarm
Diligent search was riromplly made, but
of course without avail.
Workmen weru tip p the jail , during.
the day making repairs, the sheriff was
UD there several ti tries Jalso, one or two of
a - ? '
partments Stories, Historical and Biographical
Sketches. Travel and Adventure. Sabbath Read
ing, Wit snd Ilnmor, Agricultural, Correspon
uence, ah pitone of the rews of the Day, xc
I i OILXCa'ZIw'AXi SS021ZI2S.
iThe publication of Original Stories is a special
feature of the Age, and for this year we have
procured several from the pens of popular and
interesting writers. In this Department alone
we can promise bur readers entertainment equal
ins character to that of any of the popular story
I I ! TERMS IX ADVANCE :
One cony one year, (with 2 picture,) $2 50
"I t" i " ' without pictures 2 00
j 4 x montiui ao ,1 -3
Every 'reader of the Spirit of the Age as
published before the war, is earnestly requested
to j-enew ; their- patronage ; send for specimen
copy, j Address,
I i iiDW AKLIS OC liUULilili l UiU.
Feb. 13, tf Raleigh, N.C
for cash. At
Jan 23 tf
THEO. F. KLUTTZ'S
State of North Carolina,
j DAVIE COUXTY StTEIUOB COCIIT.
John W. Gray against Peregrine Hays.
Summons on money demand, and Wwranit of
1 1 , Attachment.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendant, Peregrine Hays, is a non
resident of this State:
li 1 Ordered that publication be made in the
"Carolina Watchman," a newspaper published
in the Town of Salisbury, for four successive
weeks,. 'notifying the said Peregrine Hays to be
and anrear before the clerk of our Superior Court
at a tourt to be held for the county of Davie, at
t'e court-bouse in Mocksville. on the secouu
Monday after the third Monday of March, next,
and answer the complaint which will be deposit
ed in the jomce oi the Clerk of the buuenor
Court pf said county, within the first three days
of the term thereof, and also the warrant of At
tachment sued out against his property in flu
action,1 and let the said defendant take notice
that if he fail to answer the said complaint and
warrant of Attachment within that time the
plaintiff will take judgment against him for the
nm of (4150.) rour thousand One hundred
and fifty dollars, with interest on that sum from
the 20th day of IOvembee 1863 to the dav when
judgphent js rendered in this action.
This 5th day of February 1873.
IM H". B. HOWARD.
j ? j C. S. C. of Davi County
the County Commissioners, but nothing
unusual or suspicions was observed. So
that Ketchey must Lave done the work
of releasing himself within a few minutes
and very quietly, lie; is quite an expeit
at breaking locks arid
smart fellow wiUiall.
of which is iu the books)
j iiis, ana a very
Before leaving he
poetry (a good
to a Mr.
Elliott, who is coiifintid iu the jail for
murder, and it shows what his watch
word is under difficulties :
NEVER GIVE UP1
Never give npl it is wiser jand better '
Always to hoe, than unce-ti despsir
Throw ofl'the load of doubts' cankering fear
And break the dark splell of tyranical care.
Never give up or the burden may sink you
Providence kindly Jiasj mingled the enp, h ,
And in all trials or troubled bethink you, ,
The watchword of iife!6htftild b Never give
Never give up I there are chances and changes,
Jlel ping the liopeful a hundred to one,
And tufd Jjiechiion, high iisdom arranges
Evencews 4f you oiipy Hope. - -Never
give up I for theisest is boldest ' i.'
Knowing thai Providence juingleS the cup, - J
And of maxirncihe b It as! the ohlesV-TT.- ?
Is the true watchword if,-iNver give iipU
NeveV giveu'pl thor the grpehot majrattle,
And the Jfull Uiuoder cloud over yon .burst,
Stand like a rork and the storm or the battle ,
Little qm harm you, though dyin the worst. '
XSever give up, 11 auveruy -purwur, .
Providence kindly luis hiiii;Ied the cup,'
And the best cotuiftd in! all,your distresses,
la die stout watchword bf-Ntver give up.
Fools and . obitjnate men wUtqa law
King of the Earlies !
Tlie celebrated Irish Potato, and also the well
known Early! Ros Goodrich and Peerless.
varities. Just received and for sale cheap. Call
i THEO. F, KLUTTZ,
Jan23:tf DruggiA SalUbwy, N C.
S- W. TERRELL
Staple Dry Goods and Shots
All kinds of Country Produce bought and
GFur8 and Birds Wanted. I
10: tf. 1
ftiends, and haverivea entire satisfaction in cover.
tag quant.es, in gloas, and la adaptability to all
kinds of surface or material, aad we cheerfully re
commend it, especially to that class of consumers
who have to depend upon unknown partiea, or
E winters, to mix and farnisa materials, wherein we
ate found the mo&t deception.
Youra traly, JACOB BTOUFFEQ k S03T.
If abti.and Link, Bait. Co.. Md.,fpt 94th lo79
C. P. Kmoht Esq.. Agent Bradley's Patent
Enamel Paint, Baltimore Pear Sir The paint
which I parchased.from you has given entire satis,
faction, so much so that all ray neighbors intend to
follow my example, and have their nouns painted.
It is not only durable and cheap, bnt It looks better
after it is put on than any paiut I ever saw.
The painter I have employed is delighted with it.
Be says he can paint twice as fast, and at the same
time do a better job. with the Enamel Paiat 1 than
any other he ever ued.
I can therefore, without hesitation, recommed il
to the public ns one of the very best articles of paint
ever introduced. Yours very respectfully, :
Amount insured in the Barn
ed District, Boston.
Amount insured on Out
skirts of same,
1453,199 00 .
It has been definitely aacertaiaed that $1,000
will cover all claim upon tho Last iteaa, whilt)
salvages aireaoy aetermined iadicaia a Act loss
ot not over
Mn.FoRn. September ?4th, 172.
Ma. r. P. KyicnT. 9 W. Lombavl 'n.. Balti
more Pear hir As i have lcen n.ing PradVy'a
Patent I'n im ?I Pint and ivit finding one instance
where it his fiile-1 to give xati-fact;on. I am there
fore frank in recommending it to the publ c as the
bertpali&i'i uh. It irioipromnUv, adhere finely,
Yours truly. JAMF.S M. TUUiTT,
linage and si?n Painter. Milford. Pe'twie.
BAT VtMoaa. Ud..rVri. aOth. 187a
C. Pj Kkiht. Esa Dnr Sir: I have had tba
Bradlej'i Patent Knsmel Paint, which 1 pare baaed
rrom yoa, nsea inside and nataide, both at my daell
ing and store, for ten seasons. It gives great
pieasoia to De able to say that It corals rally p to
yoarreoommendationain nvcilitica of use, teoaomy,
Yonra tmly. . THOMAS J. IBVTSG.
j 163 West Baltimore street, Bltimire, lid.
f BOM flO'd. JOHN WETT1ERED.
AsBLTXs, Baltimoae County. Md.. Mat 27. 1872.
Mr. C. P. Kxnar. At the recommendation r f
a fnend. I was lad teed to apply yoar p;teat Brmd-
ley a Paint to my hp use. I bare pimar in stat
ing that it has provrd highly iuiUiracUry, covering
more surface lima yon promised, is mure eoonoai
eal. an carries better gloas than ordinary paint.
aaa ta reer iron atsagreescie odor.
Yours respectfully, JOHN WET 11 EH ED.
The following letter H strong and raloable:
! tULTrxoKB, Md., Dee. 57th, 1875.
C. P.f Kkiobt, q., A ent Bradley's Patent
Enamel Paint Pear fir : The paiat we purchased
irom yon we wuicteerruuy enaone aa im mm or T TT, rt. . I
naed, ita covering qualities I J. T . VUUllltAIM CC bUIi,
any kind we have ever 1
are everything desired, drying promptly and with
a hard glosa, which murt welhiak, reiit the actios
of all kinds of weather. Tills is oar experiente
and we ean recommend it with certainty, aad in
tend to tore it on alt occasions where we desire a
good job of work, j
Verv wpert fully.
EMMAKT A OU UCTKRLY. 376 W. Baltimore st.
House, Sign and Freseoe Painters.
Feb r 1873. tr..
J. K. BURXK. TKHRELL.
BURKE & TERRELL
Auction S: Commission
(Sale every SATURDAY 11 o'clock.)
Inniss St.; SALISBURY, N.
i tr. . i r
Weed Family Favorite
f 1 M I
1st Premium awarded to the' "Weed"
at Salisbury Fair.
The cheapest, rnost durable and runs easier
than any other Machine. For Sale 011 Tivie or
Cash. S. W. TliliRELL, At.
Feb. 13, 4t
pr. fee $10.
A lltflacTnCA hftVanrv rlsima arrainiai W V 1Vb
son oil T. C. Watson, either as principal or as
security will present the same to Burton Craige
on or beftr the 25th day of December. 1872.
By sodoin they may benefit themselves, and
oblige the undersigned. ' f
2ov, II, 1872.1 .W..J?. WATSON.'
6w:f 9. 1 i TJC WATSON.
! SETTLE UP.
All thce mdeUed to me for subncriDtion to
the irmtaer, for advertising, or job work, are
respeeiiuliy requested to come forward and set
tle npj without further delay. Corn, Wheat,
FIour Pea4 or any country produce taken in
exchange Tor claims and the market price allow
ed. I J X , J. J.STEWAUT.
Sepl, 5,U5l:tf . ' : j
Allpetsons having claims against the estate
of Thopliilii Alphunw Allison, deceaed, are
hereh notified to exhibit the same to the un
dersigiKH) oh or before the Hth day of Novera
bcr, Aj. D. 1873.
I '. I WILLIAM A. LUCKEY.
Not. 13, 1872. Adm'rnf Theo. Alplionso
9: t j . Allison, decd.
ran r UM UNI t
marry mm la. nt id. In. I.. I
' mfm .in 11 1
laHat OMmwmriam ta ptuimttat mm amaailaa iSMlak
d&W fCMWW tsa wMBsalBtaBsftsVb4)
Talal aa UHmiiIm wwk f ! kaadrM aa4 atetf
a(a, with aagnilaM. aa4 aaataiaa vataaal
Ufonaatioa tt Umm va rHi iitai
rten.1 SiUiaUa tort amt aa wtnliHi
aaa Mr, aa4 aolal4 nil inly ttwtttotmi. -
ItMotais h aaptrttaw aaS a4He f a rtoaaw
rtaniHiilit la rla.ida, mm rt.iM aala ta ri-
vatawrf awlaaaSa ai ah mw
M.j It ? atwylfclaf mm ta ajmaf iag .
mrmmT 1 Un ta vwth aiiaa.aai aMthtaatls
WMWijma UH ta mrmr
mm pMbiirnhmi la aay alfear
aatl aa? trm m ,
aadma Dr. aaua Mnaaaan Jla. la
': i X&LmU Xhk ifiletel tai ynferieatai
Bifcta aaylrtatf taa ailwUi a aStarMaa ta- .
- MbU (Mr.,.r aatac mmj Mk ftmi<m ftmmt Br. --.
aafw ! waatyaaralHiiiiajattawaatlav -m
i 3 Dr. Bas aaaaalaa a Seabla kwaM f tvaatMana .
' ta ;t ttadr ayaaawarUaat ataWatataa h
jjalnianiriaflfclaiaaaaj umt aarsaa.aa4aaaaaata
1 mai mm aiailly ar ay iU aw imtm anaHias in
- pa warn, ww prwoiav w
MItS. S. W. TERRELL. . MISS V. KRWTlt.
Mrs. TERRELL &KRETH'S
Fancy Hair and Wool Work
Switches, Braids and Curls s
! Made to order. I
Alo blampmg done at short notice
A Share'of patronage is respectfully solicti
eI. batiffnction gtiarnnteed. !Next door to
Mewrs. Burke & Terrell's Auction Room, InnLs
Street. ! l(h: tf.
Mrs. Terrell will uav a lilieral nri for lni
man hair. The price will depend on the length
ami quality ol the hair. 12At.
FANCY WOOL WORK.
At the Solicitation of some, wS have corwenf.
ed totexth'a. limited onoib-r tfW art. Thoae
desiring can call for terms, particiilar &c ..j
At MR$. TERRELL A; KRETH'S. I
j Milliners and ,iair Dtalersi
Jan. 233t. .
County Treasurer's Notice
. Having determined to move to the ctiuntry I
hereby give1 Notice to all puron having btisi
ness with me that 1 will be iu Salisbury at inf
old office on Saturday: of each week ami on the;
first Monday in " eacli month. - Mr. Jolrn Di
(laskillis my regular deputy and will attend tod
aii rail at my oju omce in my auseoce; or per.
sorw living in the Western jwrtiori of the count j
can call (if they choose) on me at 'my residence
II miles ttcst of Salisbury;
Dee. 5 12--tf, County Treasurer.
XJXtE YOUR LIFE
mm life mm co
Alfred G. Baker, President;
GEORGE FALES, I
J. w. McAllister, 4 :
T1JEO. M. REGEB.
SAML. W. KAY,
A Stall alt ft ft t fiaPawaW
General Acents, I
LKILSCTOS, XT. ; .
J. ALLEN BROWN, At, . :
Jan.l8Smoa, Salisbury K. C.
Tle firm of J. A. CLODFELTER 4 CO., L.
this day dcsolved by mutual conaeot byS.IV
iiiiuum miuurawinz. J ne OUHineiS WUI PC
eonUnoed by J. A, Clodfelter and P. N. IldtijL"
a . mx . m Zt"r
nnaer me same style or Lrm as heretofore. TVs;
are thankful to our friends and the public for tba'
i:i I . 1 , r. . '
uw iwunici citcb ua ana nope u DIT um
coouauw iu succeeaing members oi ute nrm.
J. A. CLODFELTER,
P. N. HEILIO, .
S. R. 1IARR1S0N.
Jan. 2 lmo. ,
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
ORGANIZED 1850. CHARTER Perpetual.
GEORGE W. HILL, President, JOnN S. WILSON, Secretary.
BOARD OF TETJSTEES.
Hox. JA POLI)CK, I. EDGAR THOMPSON, GEO. NUGENT,
ALBERT C. ROBERT, PHILIP B. MINGLE,
ISAAC IIAZLEUURST, L. M. WI1ILLDEN, i
GEO. W. HILL, JAS. L. CLAGHORK,
ICON. A. G. CATTELL
HENRY K. BENNETT
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Policies,
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
I ' ALL POLICIES KON-FORFEITABLE.
PIIE AMERICAS' ha been in active operation for nearly a quarter of a century, haabesa
i l governed and cu trilled by gentlcmeu dijstinpnirhed for thcii baciocs experience and
Commercial robity, and has txen eminently suorenfiut.
; It has mclrits obligation with viirnal i nmiptncs, and in a most liberal spirit.
Amonjt its Insurinj? members, the Company ha the honor .f nujnberii-g msny of the most
eminent and loading men, in all professions and c!as-a, UJ'oua'hoot.urth Carol. s a.
Keliable AgouU wanted, who should aptily by letter oi iu person to
REV. L. P. WAT, Oen'l Afcct.
Or to 04. St. Claib Dbabikq. SupL Agent. Wilmington, N. C. ; lmayJc:t3:ly
Having qnalified aa the Executor of the es
tate of llnnah KincaiJ. deceaseii, this is to
give notice to all persons indebted to said es
tate to make pajment withont delay ; and those
having claims against said estate to present
thetn duly authenticated on or beajra the last
day of Januarv,' 1374. .
J. J. BRTJNER, Executor.
Jan. 27tU, 1373.: 6l20.
i -;l -i- -. ' .
dh. c. A.i xzazTSSS.aoxa' Re-
spectailly announces that he haa rmuued. the
practice of medicine, and will be pleased'to re-,
cei ve the calls of Ids former patrons and the
mbli generally: . - .:rv .-'
Calls left either at bisnl Jcnce, formeffy oc-
cnpien by Jas. ts. McUiWnrw, or i r. KIuttzTa
J. A. CLODFELTER k CO.
" Wholesale and Fetail Deahr$ in Funihtre,
Ikvite attention to their stock of Cot
tage lietUteads French Chaimber Roiu,
Walnut ami painted Cane Scat Chairs.
Hocking-nhairs of all dHKcripthins, Extension
Dining Tables tables of all kinds Wardrobe
Bureaus, ' Washstands, What-Notx, 8fas,
Eeceptioa Chairs and Parlor S nits. fAlo,
many wther articles which we are prepared f
sell as cheap or choajer than any flouac In the
western part of the Htate
Be sore to caU. nearly oppnftite tbo Mansion
Hotel, next dor below the Express office, see
oar stock and bear out prices. Our terms cah.
8pecial orders (made from photographs in
ourof&ce) will be supplied.' - fc
DO! Y0U1 LOVE ME?
A YV ana lanUne tternime, with a area t
a. V variety of other extracts for ll handker
chief, including all kind of toiled articun, al
a R. BARKER A CCS Drng Store.
A full assortmentof Rosewood, Ifetalic
nd Wain at Burial Caves, which can be f ar
Qished at :t hours notice. - '
Jan 18 ly. r
DR. J. F GRIFFITH,
v ' DENTIST.
Having located in Salisburv, solicits 'a prac
tice in, the tuwn and anrroundinz country.
OFF I C ft
I- -.- ' i
x o. i f ' . - i ; i ' ?mvm.miJML awmmw., . r.i. v ' V
' "M r--t f.l V ' : ,
I 0 you with to e.njoy a good smoke I Then
Af try some or tlw genuine Havana Cigar
jut receirea at
C. IL BAREEB A CO6 Drug Store
TANNERS Oil, Magic and
Tranapareot Maclime Oil
I lake great pleasure In recommending to tL'
public my former partners and occeasors la lbi
Furniture trad knowing them to be gentletaesx
1 ! - nr. .. . .j. .
on wuou aue puouc can reiv wiui perMct cco-i
&lence. o.lL lIAkLBISON..
Jan. 2 lmo.
OF ATjTi KINDS
Fuinuhd to order, at Short Kotlesw at Stcaza
Saw Mill on Western N. C. IL Rl twenty cailc.
irom oaiiaoorj. 1 .1
Price at mill $1. At SalUburr llL
Kiln Dried at SalUbory, $1,0. f ;
BTTERJIS CASH. i
47; tf; B. H. COWAN.
East Bend Male Aqaderay,
Eatt Dend, Yadkin Co., IS, Ca'
Rer. M.BALDWIN, A. RPrindnaL f
Mr. A. L. BALDWIN, AiaUbU J
Tliia InatitotMMi has basn, for more Uiaa fiv
yearw, in succeaaful oueralioo, nndcr the preaeta
aojU'ices. t . j
The next sesuon wi 11 open on the 1st Motv
day in January, 1871. The conn of stodj
embraces Ancient and Moderd LanguagrN
Mathematica, and the Natural Hrieaeea, wit ft
such other branchoa as relate dirSdly to loti?
neaa. Good board can b had on aatiafactor
terms in the village, or wlib the rMacipaL i:
Tuition, from $5 to $20, according , to ad'
vancemenU For partimlara, addraas lha PrioJ
cipal at East Bend, Yadkin County, N.C
11: 4t ) f - :.t
low prices at
Cj R. BARKER & CP'S Drug Store.
VE RESPECTFULLY call the attention
f V of Physicians, Merchant and the public
generally to oar well, selected Block of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Bptslies, Dye Stvffs,
Lamps, Lftmp Fixtures, dc, dc.
I LL GOODS warranted, pare, fresh and
genuine, and prices to suit the time.
Airorders promtly attended to. pecial
care and attention given to our prescriiticn de
C. R. BARKER A Co Dmggwt,
(Siiccessor to Jxo. 1 1 . Kkvisk,)
20:11 j 1 Sali.btiry. N. C
Settle Your Accounts !
The Firm of SumiiercU & Gaither will end
with the year. ThoVinebted to um by account
will please ctjnie trwanl and settle tip.- We
have laltorad faithfully tor our paliruU (nr Iwt
yesris and want to enjoy now the fruiu of
orr labors. " '
Onr booka are porttjt and ready (ur ul
raent.In iu abenc Mr. Gt-orge Bul, or C.
R. Barker will receJra roooew aW gf re recelrr
for the sam?.
(8: tf.). I SUMMElELLr G4ITUER. .
Valuable PropertT for fl ale He a
SUteiTlUe. I will sell lot I of Land, sit'
earv walk from the center of tba (healthy arxf '
thriving town of StatcaviUa, N.C, OnllBadrw4
and Thirty Acres, (130) one-third or mors of
timbered. It haa on it a 2weUlB( ZXonas.
with 3 ZLooms, a tciall SzaokeXXcttse
Crib. Barn, aad a rood Orcbard. Arjr'
one wishing to purchase this property will iW'
well to call on CapU J. J. BELL, biaocsttoiu
Houae, SUieaville; or T. B. B EALL, J of tU!
mercantile House of McCUBElNS d CO, at!
W. N. C. AGBL & MECHANICAL
Fair Association.! '
1 r 1 1 -
XTotica to Dellnqnrnt Stocklxoldera.
At a meeting of the Directors of tbo above
CooiMny held 00 the evening of lb Z5tb laaC,
it wn onlereu Uiat puMMation be aaade lor Six
miccefcftive week ia tb r?atUbary ( Watdtaaaa
notifying all drliqnent Stork Itolders to com
lurwanl and pay to the Treasurer nf aaJd Cbca
pany aii tneir arrears on cMibacripuoiM of otora; i
of Mkl Company, under the petuutyiif payment I
ahall be deferred (or Twenty day's after tbe ex
pi ration of thU notier, of foHlHtitig'anjr sbarrf
of Sleek thev may have subacriSed fur, aad al
previotM pMyments made there on. 1 .r
Saliabury N.C. Nov. 26th 17. ! ' . .'
D. A. DAVIS &'y. ' - T'f '
.. f - IsUTIUK I
Is hereby riven thai aTSleaiIoa wCl tesnad
I tho fwcarnt. LegMaJere Uw an iAaaCndad af
Charter to tho Town of SsJaaUurr X. C .
f 1 ;