. .' . i , :!
) ; ' ' ! !; : ;
1 - ' i . :
CORN new 3 a 65. ,
UPAL-.70. J :
iiACOS' (eAanlyV40 ft 11 hognmnd
pOTATOKS IrUh, CO & 75 Sweet, C5
, eggs-is .' j --r'v1:-
CHICK JSNS-S2aO a S3 per do V ,
TALLOV 9 10. - I
RYE 70 80. t
WHEAT-$U0 3JX0. r
lHrTTEIlr-20 25. j ".
Peaches, unpeeled. 3 a 4
dot prJed"8.a 12 j
L Blackberries 7 V
The uw business of the Eqnlitble Life
jorini the yast! tew years exceed that of any
lib Cu. in t'it world. Call L Allen
3 ft 6 pr. bl
a!!t ht next Mondaj. ;TUiipropoaitin most I f' Pawson, aeut lor the JLee,
of courM.be submitted for their acceptance. If I Memorial Association,- baa shown Hi firif
rcf wed, that I the end of it.
:notii.j of ail interest might be agreed npoii
merely make the
If not, then a mi
for to-morrow night.
suggestion. Those w!ioj are more. Interested
than w ae might test te racttcftbifit41 I.
this way harmony and good feeling raiy be re
stored and preferred. No mors laudable ob
jects couldbe attained. Blrt withont such change
or compromise, we feel it to be our dure to auo-
port Dr. iKeen's ticket, and we think it the I ihont d hive
J- - i ' a . I
ptcturo pf the General which. i a i being sold
for tha p-trpoe of raising fundi to. build
pen.R E.j Leo ft m'oqane it? ttl hi tomb
ftt Lixigtoo, Va., Mr. D iwioa U lure for
sue purpose oi esiauus utnjj an agency. '
These portraits of General tLee are on;-
o passed in beauty, art, and life-like appear-
nee of , the trreat hero. Etitv formilv
E IT M ARSH. W rrrret to learn
that this gentleman, Ions; "Master Maehi-
ni of iht Western Ni q. IUU Rnad,bfts
been removed from that, position by Maj
W. A. Smith, the newi Reeeiter. Mr.
citixen to do like
J. J. ax
IIeco7j:rikg. Wc are informed that
the Irish Tjeddler, who was waylaid and
shot by an a88assin near Gv!d Hill, some
jwp eets igoiftrecoreriii.r
Mr. Alexander 1). Mo ie to Mis
: w . r - M i - .
tn experienced and skiliroi I v " r'" ' "I ,n,f nu '."rv. lveT- r..
maehiniit, audi it is to be hoped he will
either e& fnVith scne one, or establish I Chamber-J Eq.
Foundry himself in Salisbury. We should
be sorry! to lose him 4s ft( citizen, more es-
pecially as ft leading niid practical meehanS ASSIGNBfS SALE.
t 1 -trA A .... I ' .'I t S l :-t '.
Laura E. ec'ond daughter of the late Thomas
ic, at we can not offord to lose such man.
SxKAiiTiKKER We ftre glad to
learn that a eolaartncrshiixhas been formed
I i -J " . . ... t : .u- I . i r . . ,
IlROWH. ! Ageut, who y""1 between Mr. Smith, bf Jfciison, and Mr.
! i Tn BinLE Cauk. 'IV Uy. IV A.1
Strobel, 'general ngrnt f lc American
Bible Society in North Carolina, will
vwit this place on Sunday next, and preach
at the Methodist church Sunday, night,
Go wan, of Salisbnfy j ! ft the purpose of
establishing a Steam Tannery to be loca
Notice i hereby eiTen. tli'nt I will nell at pnb-
ic auction, at the Court House door in.theTowu
of SaliKbnrr, Monday the 19th day of May,
183,l izo clock, 11. ,
I All the not!e, account and choses in action
belonginfc to the estate of John I. Clingman,
liantrnpU.' i , '
I t; t JOnN S. HENDETtfX
April 24 If. -Assignee;
- ; , 1 i
UP oil n Ittfgv rvnio Qiiut unci niv ua
imnrnved and acceDtabte manner. We
dcrsfand that Mrl'Sniitli has already
i- ' R A I. 17. ST A TPK
v .. ; . i ! i- i .... t ni . .
I .iuu(.' ih iiureov given, inai i wui sen ai puo
Lic Hiirlion. at llie Court lloiiae dttor in lh Town
cone on -to bny the ubcesary machinery, of 8lishury.!on Monday the 19ili day of Alar.
on."th solirct ol his mission. This work ceM to it and all sioriUr iinprovetrrents. JJ3 Kl )2 Oic,,ock M- onf Property
OP UNCLlilM El) FREIGHT
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OFFICE SQDTnERSYlPBEW CnSPlST. j
SALlSBtTRT, N. C Apiil 21, 1873.
Br tnntractiona. the Freight package boxes.
Listed beiow and not called br, will be sold
at public aale; at the office of the' cotnjwny, on
the Z3dday of May next, lor I lie express charge
thereon, unless called for before that lime, viz :
Name. 1 ' Destisatiox. Articxe.
EJ Aston ' UahTeille N.U
P E Ab.ry ' Aumons Hill4
Bingham & Co. ! Salisbury "
Brown&Weantl " " .
1 II Bailey ' Biirnistille "
Maj. M A Brrne Salisbary "
Mr. F K Blake ShufordHtille "
C Black ; 'SalwlHirr M
B Bass : , . , Sutenville
VaiBrown 1 ! tOld Fort
Aohveille N.C, 1
Mt. Ulla -
Old Fort "
Gold Hill 44
MalLn . 44
t In the interest of , all the clinrches, and
lbs members of them are desired to at
teud. '!' " 1
just the things we are most sadl iu need
&c, &c, are Cu,
V. O. AT RowaX MlLL8. We regret
to learn that the Post Office at Rowan
Millf has been discontinued hy the order Ulackme E a,t.itnb4y nirl,t. Tl
ment. I he reason lor wfe ;n Mr Blackmdr'i room iu thr
An Atkmped Kobbrrt. A boM at-
temnt was ra ide to rob tlie- sale or JnKe
of ili K 0.
this is that no one will qualify or Has done Court hrtns building
o yet, who will attend to tlie olnce at that llic Court-honse: ad
point. We hope the. people ,bf thai section
will get up a petition in favor of the ap
pointment of Mr. lrd or some other good
maoi who lives tlWe.
office hut, after breaking"
the doors ot the sate. la
He wast either a bjingl
frishtenid. lie would
1. Two lots in the West Ward of the Town of:
Salisbury afijoining the lloiucttead of said;
! lis One Lot, containing about one and one
half acre' of land, ttUuutcd in the East Ward of:
heTftwn of Salisbury, adjoiuing-the lands of
John J. Shaver, B. F. Fraley and othern.
ill; One triict of land, containing nihe-teen
ncreSj'more o"r less, "partly fiituatmi within the
fiorporate liniit.- of tlie Town of Salisbury, ad
joining the land of Burton Cr$ige and John A.
Bradhaw. . v ' . ,
IV One tract of .land, contain'ns fiftv acre
the bar across I'more br lcs, ituated in Rowan County, alout
I i.Ar . f .i . i: .1.-.
M. . I II Hit IlllltS -I I Ulll lilVJ tlfl UlIT' lllllltT. l lite
to enter it. r,.,. f s,.K-,rW-n iI.t,.,m;. h v i ,rl.
or he hreame I Ina from Salishurv to Statesvilie, adjoining Uie
ve gotten noJh- h v Two . ... Ci f Bc:tx.rur, v ;:.
ie room t lie
Foundry and Agricultural Warr
Hovst. We referred some time since to
the that Mr. P. A. Krercks, of this
city, bad boaeiii property on wincii lie
latchura to erect a r ouaary aa Agricut- 0f Salisbury, held in the lown liall on
taral s Warehouse. t It -is gratifying to priday evening, April 251873, the pro
know that this grnth man is iiow engaged cecdings of the last meeting were read
'' ; U !.:.! 4jt 1 j t 1 :i . t
in if he had succeeded in entcrine the saf . I ICo imnrnvtments thereon.
0 . i It trr ! r:c. ,.t .ii. :.. va v
is i.r. u. i mjv... jv q) and ,u the notes, accounts and
ing out all valuables! at night. ' L-hoKes in action belonging to paid Bankrupt. -
I -t - Terms of sale Cash.
At an adjourned mooting of theitizens
of Salisbury, held irk the Town Hall
April. 21. 1773.
JOHN S. HENDERSON.
k in arranging and peifrcting liis plans, and
' will begin at an early day the work of
reeling suitable buildings.
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A ' " r" ' r
j OCR MCJIICIPAL KtKCTIOV NEXT MONDAY.
A tin time for our municipal election ap
, proachei, tUe uiual bi tter and excitement in
cident to uch occasion are to le observed. So
much fvelingand prvjudice are manifested in
1 tbe election4, tliat they are f.i.-t becoming
a nuUance. At any rate, the e(!e:.t is rather to
d.vnge than to promote the better interest of
our own. - Fdoli-tli an I iii'on-tiderate men raine
I thenne-uiou of distinction n between median-
I , utcri'ii ii vi, nii'i 1. m'l -iwrti, aim iimicaii ui
t'ie guod or more influential citizens eudeavor
l ig to harmonize the didl-rent classes and stifle
' useless and hurtful discussion by turning their
bscks upon erery issue foreign to the general
welfare, they rather cnco iraje them br obsii
nacy and thoughtless expressions. The effect
j hM'been felt upon the prosperity of our town
appointed at tjre lat luerjtiitg to suggest
tho names oauitablp' persons to he voted
for for ilayor and Commissioners, mae
their several lenorts which w-ere received.
II ffDS AY'S
THE GREAT POISON NEU TRALIZER.!
A Sure Prerentice and certain curejor
CHZLZiS AND FEVBH.
and all species of Miasmatic diseases.
Setid for circular.
- w- a w- -
ri : I i J. K. ISAUlVriU CC tJU.
April 24. .'1873-fiinos. . '
T J Candler
rt F Cbwan j
M F Cliff
W F Clinton i
J E Dewey ;
II t LhivU , ,
D W Dawdage
W A DavU 1
J R DavU ! Statesrillc
J W oter ; j
Foster & llorah S-ilisbury
II L Freeman . Albemarle
Foster & llorah Salisbury
J B Green State-vile
J F.Omny f i Salisbury '
Grwrn liartcr&do.PalterBn ' " 44
W 11 (lough i jll.imptonvirie"
Dr. Graham ': iStatexville 44
U W llollowsy Hickory Station4
R J Holmes j, Salisbury 44
J lluill Marion "
M J ftiililmrd liinrt liJrind"
jj W F Henderson ! Salisbury
K f larrcll i
Dr. L Johiiston
Mrs. G K inn an
K M Lan
M M Lynch
V A Morton
T H McAImjv
W J McKerrell
E R Mvtn
J D Miiler
T S Morriss
E II Marsh
J E Morriss
J M Nihcholiaon
J W Nance
L Pinker & Co.
V E Farriss
J N Patterson
J R Roberts
J M Railrv
Rowzie & White Salisbury
S W Rea & Co. u
J II Rioev , "
J C Sullivan
J P assaruan
A P Smith
W A Smith
YOU CAN DO YOUR OWN PAINTING
BRA'DLHYIS PATENT ENAHllL; P.; LIT
, ... .... r-..-.. ...... 1 ; . . ' 1 v 4
The Hunt Kcoucialcnl, Dcau.ifal and Durable. J
Iill rAlMarecompned rf
White Lkad. Ztxcand Lixtti. nr
with other materials which add sreatly to Che
durability, elasticity, beauty and strength of (lie
T,l. I ln . . :
that the pigments are held in permanent s4u
tion, llnm forming a snvnlTh glosyt firtareliiir.
the real life of the Paint; cannot leave it and hr
absorbed by theaubstanceto which it is applied
as it dors in the paints mixed in the ordinar
way, and thus leave the pigment dead and brit
tie, to wash and rub off in a lew ronntbs orfa
farthest In three or four veara. Thu Painf L
unaflvcted by changes of tvinperatnre, is perftt-l-ly
imu rvio4in to the action of water, is wr!l l
aptrd to all classes of work, and in in every way
a better Paint lor either Inside or Outside Votk
or Boat Painting, than any other paint known
to tlie trade, and will last at IraM three times aa
long as the beM Lead aud Oil mixed iu the Or
Alwav H6ady for XTae and IJasUy Applied. Soli tv the GaUon.
ONE GALLOX COVERS TWENTY SQUARE YAltJfS, JWO COATS.
O. P. KNIGHT, j Sole Agent,
l No. 93 W. UnmbardStr.it, Bait: aaore.
Spccimpn and Pricje 1.1st Furiiiahetl GralU.
SPECIMENS OF TIIJC DIFFERENT? COLORS TO BE SEEK AT THIS OFFICE
w Baltimore, Dec 10, 1871 TniPLAixs.FarQriattorNTT. Va..lb 6 tsn.
iir i. i KSICUT Uear air: It aU.rd me T- Ksn.ur sia : The Fum eaice
much pleasure to say that the Bradley fc'X to hand a oruVr itiro krjts. r.vop:!o:is eacJ.
Patent Enamel Paint fa'r exceeds my expecia- nJ lJire bckei oi.e kt es.t. As irtt:ee
lion in economy, beamy, and, I have every rea- " t 1 V.rk . 1 " "ol
son to believe, n d,.r-l,i iiv Mn . ?Vtx" w n J " coat., tie
A ballot was then held,!
fttfoilof : ,
I For Jflayor:
s i j !
. THOS. W. KEEN.
I For Conutiissianers :
State of North Carolina,
; and will hereafter bear its evil fruits until there
i more charity shown toward one another, and
1 bcttfer counsels prevail. .
; j There are now. out three tickets, and there
will probably be more, appealing Jo tlie public
for support. Is it possible-that we have reach-
K ed that point that the good citizens of our town
: can not get together and select a ticket for mu
nicipal officers that a majority can support ?
It would really seem so. This looks ns though
our citizens have no common interest, but
' that they are inc! ined - to bad feeling, to pull
one against the o'her ; a-id wa must ad mi t that
the tendency of thills'1 is in this w.t.
Asl tt tlfesw Klisritsi tt I lias fVrr KsfktA ba
I do not propose to- pa upon them ; but we do
' ot hesitate t express o'ir pinion as to the one
entitled to the sunportof o'ir citizens by every
j consideration of propfitty, usage and justice,
and tint ticket is the one noutiii ited by at least
. a portion of our citizens in public meeting as
sembled. All the other ticket arc self-imposed,
so to speak ; and whether it is palatable or not,
jthtj' ara the l ouMimn of disappointment and
Reeling." They are brought out to beat, if pos
jsible, the ticket nominated by the meeting, be-
cause that ticket djci not happen to suit A. B.
land C: A half dozen, men sre disgruntled and
. they must have a new ticket. The meeting
that nominated the ticket headedtby Dr. Keen,
1 1 was advertised and all our citizens were invited
to attend, wjiy did they not turn out ? Then
Was the time for all good citizens to consult
together and to bring out such candidates as
' I were, si jeptable to thej largest number, But
this the; r obstinately refused to do, notwilh
s'anding a second and a third opportunity, was
' given th!ni.;; There should be no clashing, ho
bitter leeUngit between the different classes of
oar citisens (or there is really no such thing
a class distinction allowible in this country,
land no one who has the welfare of our town at
; hsart will encourage or countenance a property
I j holders' ticket to the exclusion of the mechan
j ic oryice rerHa,although one to the exclusion
of the other might do no harm ; then again by
the influence of restless and evil disposed per
son It might. We are, as we have si way been,
' in favor of, harmony, and j in our opinion, the
way to bring this about is to get up a ticket-representing
the varjous interests of cur town :
mechanical,, mercantile, and proprietary. Such
a ticket might have been gotten op at the meet
ing on the 25th of April. It is now' perhaps too
late, but it Ss simply the fault of each and
svery individual who did hot attend that rueet-
i Now, as there is. no money ai hut little hon
or in being a Mayor or Commissioner, we have
no doubt that the gentlemen, who clearly have
the sole right to the field, would icome down if
jproperlT sppronched and submit their claims
;to another tneeting, if tiieyj can be a
sured that tUs large majority of our citizens
j will turn out and iiomin ite a thoroughly repre
wptatiye ticket and then onite iipon it t the
Samuel E. Uinton,
Robert W. Price.
i Etut hVarJ
CAMtWEM. COUSTY SCPERIOH COURT.
Otrtiblia N. Lnrgent
i? against Dirorcc.
John P. Lrcrent. j
In this case it is made to appear to the ConrtJ
that the dej'endant is a non-resident of the Slate
of North Carolina; It is therefore Ordered by
the Court, that publication be made for six
weeks in the "Carolina atchmm a newspaper
published in the Town of Salisbury N. C, noti
fying the said defendunt, that to be and' appear,
at the next Term of the Superior Court to be
held for said County at the Court House in
Lenoir on the lOlh Monday after the 3rd Mon
day in March 1873 ; and answer the complaint
of the Plff. which will be filed in tho oflice of
the Clerk of Said Court, or the Plff. will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint and take judgment' atinet him ac
cord inga I ly. t itness R. R. N aki field, Clerk
of our said Corn the 10th Monday after the 3rd
Monday in August 1872.
i This April 3rd 1373.
i ! R. R. WAKEFIELD,
April 24-Gw. (prfeeSSA) C. S. C.
M W Sk n ier
T M Texier
L J C Wilbar
J M Wilburn
J J Sawver
Register of Deeds
J B Kitz-erakl
W D. Miice
G W Wibon
April 24 Invo.
i u .
1 C.jil Wire
1 44 r
1 Tin can
1 Box .
1 B. x
H II i II
U II 1 II
41 1 Box
U II II
" " 2Pakgs.
U J M
JOHN S. 1IAIGLER.
Xr- t ii I nut 1
i .j ..- T , r r . '""'riwiMin nnu ii is i.ow cenerallv
, "m"?"""i paiinwi uie nan oi.my uotei conceded thai lor "fcnan.e," nUharduts .i d bodr
iiuaiiMiw iioiisv; whii me Xraaiey tnimel ana ntrmony or colon, titer i uoU liao2wuur
l-aint, ana 1 was so well pleased with it I deter- JoD " "e pUce. I i-aveM ..mv Imc iU) Uu.lso Lv
an item jot i,ot fk
ko.J 1 1 .rurtaliy alow
tj tad cs.ii apply it. 1
. . t - a
L. - iwi mii-i vauviru m wi U HOCK U I UIUIlial.
V L o. anynvaniagu u. yon, yon arc but I feci so forcioly tl g.e.t adaptability of yonr
-.-""v ' " iuiii. mwi htithiuiit luiiiici t aim io ii.exiMi ol onr ieii.e in ex
r:int, and I was so well pleased with it I deter- J0D in tlie place. I i-avl .
mined to paint the ontsidt-of the Hotel, and am t&eoperat.ons. whjci. is ai
most happy to say that it gives me perfect satis- 7flhr.n 1'.e,,,,eV. M l"
faction In concision I will say, 'if this testi- KiVbbr I
3d C reek
Ed. B. Neav
FUESII ARRIVAL OF SIMUXG AI)
QY AN COUNTY
IN THE SVPEKIOR C0UKT.
Iewis B. Ketch v,
Samuel R. Ketchv and
Henry I). Kctchy,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. corner Fayette
and St. Paul streets, Biliimore.
i UBEKFcrro. Pe. 10, 1872r.
Mr. C. P. Kxight, Baltimore Dear ."Sir : The
paints we received from you have been applied; to
reveral of onr own buildmps and to those of 4nr
friends, and havegiveu emiie satiaf tctiou in cover
ing qualities, iu gloss, a-id in atlapUbility to all
kinds of surface or material, and e clieeiful'y rc
commend it. esjjecially to that class of coiM.mrrs
who have to depend upon uiiLaown patties, or
pointers, to mix and fumih materials, whei-elnwt
have fnnd Hie most deception.
Youia truly, JACOB STOUFFER k SON,
Makti.ano Link, Bait. Co.. Ma.. Sept 2ith 1872.
C. P. Kmout Ksq... Agent lir.U;e'i- Patent
Enamel Paint, Baltimore Pear Kir Hie paint
w hich I purchased from you has given entite satis
faction, so much sot lint all tnr neighbors intend to
follow tny ex unp'.e. and have their donees painted
It is not only durable and cheap bat it looks better
after It is put on than any paint 1 ever saw.
The painter I have employed is delighted with- it.
tie says he can paint twice as 'at. and at the Fame
time do a better job. with tbe Enamel Paint than
any other he ever ud. -
1 can therefore, w-illiorit hesitation, rccommed It
to the public as one of the very bet ai tides of paint
ever introduced. Yours very respecttnlly.
JAM US It ALL.
Mn.ronn.vptein).er 04th. 1R72.
Ma. C. P. Kmoiit. 93 V. l.oml.ard ."t.. Hahi
inore Iear Sir s i have Iwen iiMPfr Bradley's
Pat. -lit Bn unjl Paint and n4 liadinjf one instance
where it hn railed to give otiriciin. I am tltere-
fore frank in rerommerdinp it to the pnbl r as tl e
lest na;nt in use. it nrHpiomptly aOberesnnely,
and in bennty there is none excels.
tours truly. JANKsJI TBI" ITT.
Houe and iSifrn Painter, MiMoid, I'e!ear.
cellency of material it Leant r of color and the
fact ofiUbeine "Kearfr Mixed"." that I rive ton
free permission (if it is 0eaat to ou) to make
wna ose yon tuiiiKircier or tli.s letter.
ery icspecUully and truly, s. McliILL, M. D.
BaitiuoVe Md..STt. 30th. 1S7J
V... l hsiouT, LsQ.-t-lirar sir: -I liave had the
B.a l et'i Patent Knimel Paint, whh-h 1 purchase
irom j-o i. o3 J msiu an4 '''it-sUe. tmtb at my dseil
inj an l sioro. lor tea sca-i?i. It pires n.-pieat
pleasuie to be ab.e to ,V tli.it it coui-s fully up to
) ir recoin:neni.tt onsiu tacilitASCf c.se ccoaoiar
durability and Wauty. .
Yonrstrniy. 1 TI1'MAS J. TRVIN't;.
163 West Ba'.tliSore street. B.Itiunie. Md
FROM I!OX. ItllX'WrmiCREn.
A sh lv KB, Baltimore lopi.tv. Vu., V a v 71 . 1 ST2.
Mr. C P. KM'iHr. t t):c ieoiiimrndat!oa of
a fricr.d. I was indeced o j ply jour p m.t Brad
ley s I'aint to my hoime 1 ii;ne ileacre in slat
inu that it hs proved hfeUIy satiKfjr tory. coxerinp
more iumcc tlian you isi:r.tc l is more eroi omi
cal and carries letter fr!o- than ordinary paint
anu is iw irom u-s.iirrteaiiie r-nor.
Yours reapccUtilly. JtlllX WETHECHI)
Jl A. CLODFELTER 4 CO
irinUtaUand Eetait Dealer Hm riitmr-
IktIte attention to tWirVtcfk of Cot
IUraJ I'rtnch Uiaiair Soil.
slnut ami iuininl fin. kI. r -v . !
It nil.. . ... . T-" rwmm
R -iai:eaof ait kinUs-.XVWdn4es,
...... .u.. na:.iai:d. WUt-XHs, fUs.
vu. ra bru riniir sniv ai
any other arUclra which we are prepared ti
sell as cLenn or .-hn.-., .... l
'Hem pan of He A.e ' -J
ie .are to caH. nrafly mit tbJ UansUa
oar atock and hi sroar price-. Our trftr-a tW
Special ..nler (made fn m pho .kraa U
XTT A full assortment ..f Hoewio4, Vetalie
rid a5cr.t Bnriil CarN wlich cat Ulir.
ULed at :t hours notice. ; ia
The foilowln? let'er istrrirt and ra'rah'e:
llAi.Tia'Fc K.p. 27t!i. 1ST2.
C. P. Kvicnr. Acent Brad'ej-V Pateni
Enamel Paint IVar sir 1 lie paint we pnrcliaed
fn:n yon we will rheerfllv endorse an t:e let of
any k;nd e I are ever u.e 1. its ore-iif qnaliti. k
are erervtliinp d-s-r.-d Sryinr prompCy aud with
a hkru jttoa. wbiih rt: wt-ilunk. r -it Die act on
of .ill klids ot westLer.1 Tl.is is our cxp rien-e
and we ran recommend )t with rertafi.ty. and in
tend to n it on all ocuasionn nl.eie we desire a
good job of work . i
EMM ART A OT HT'.R i. V. 27 i A R.V.t.nwe t..
House. Shrn and Frecoe rai titers.
Messrs. ningbaini C'4. A?"nts ?a!iibnn-.X.C.
j Feb 6. I8T3." if.
White Coeds, XSobroiderlckt, Ac
ARMSTRONG, CATOR ijcd."'-
Impoitrrs, Manufarnrcrs and Jobbers
nsBssi. iriMiBs, Swk atj f$h tlkksts.
Bonnet Sills, S.tt.ns, Vtlrets anisCrapt$t
flcwcks. Frii!iR.orxijjEns rtiMrs.a.
Mrsw Bsssrta sas Lailn aai CkIUre$ks OaU
TBtllMED AMJ CXTCIMm. I "
ASS IS liSssiXTtXO WAKEAOCrS
WGITK CB0DS. Lins. CaiKOtblXIKH.
Iacct, N.U, GMnrx, .f(, UaulerxliffA ToLae.
' " "mi UaltimoreSt, Baltiirvwe, IS&
u. i-c nra in an ui act u red by ms r
Iwngiit for Cah directly from the Kurofesn ar.d
Anicncan llasiuCacturers. embracin! all tk.
latent Bi.rcltics, ur.cqaalled jn Twiety ard
cheapness In anr mcrkit. !
Orders filled iih care, promptness! ard de-pat-b.
ATTOK.tVS AT LAW,
SoIiriIors in paohrnpfrp.'
tSpocial attcut ion paid lo ProcVediors
iu bankruptcy. "
Sept 5,513raot. ,
County Treasurer's Nptico
I Is vinp determined to move to the rrxmtrV I
hereby sive Nothx to all ptirsons liavmr bus.
nca with me that I w III 1 in 8alihrv at ssy
old e.fiice on Saturday of each week and oa tk
fitt hi'id.iy in each nioetb. Mr. John D.
(;a.kill is my rcpilir deputy and wi2!urod lo
all calls at my old fD m my al(tce orr
ton livinp in the Wot.rn s'rtion of die county
can call (if they cl.oe) on nie at mv rVsidcnca
1 1 milts Vt of SalUlurr. " I
T r J. s. Mccrrtmxs
IVr. -1) 12:tf. f cainty Treasurer.
SETTLE tTP. f
All thoe indebtetl to me for suborn
the K iOMifccr, fur adrc rtiii.p, or job afoik, are I
respectfully rt-rjiic!cl to mmt forward snd aH
tie tip withont further delay. tV.rsl Wheat,
Kioiir, Pca or ativ count rr t.rtMliut skew I I
Alfred I. Ltisk and
Thomas E. Brown
Summons for Rflief.
INSXJUE YOUR iLXFE
For Cominissioners :
Ed. H. Harsh,
Moses IJ. Hoilmes,
Julius D McNccly.
? SoHtfi, Ward
i ' -..: i
D. A. I)avis
jticfjt'Hiiis & co.
leal to inform their msny friends and the
iMiblic ffenerallr that thev are now in rmript ot
a! large and well selected Stock. Cousistin in
part of Dry (hmmIs, tirtH-ertes. Hats, lxts and
Shoes, Hardware, Rifle and Iila-4inr Powder,
Drdcs, Paints and Dve stuns. 1 hev keep con
stantly nnlismUthe Bcvt Anchor BoStin? Cloths
and are Atrentsl for the best french Burr mill
Stones,; TTiey are also ngents for the best Fer
tilisers sold in this market. Dm t forget to call
and see them at the old .indwell known stand,
iNo-i I Mnrphy sGranite Row, before purchasing
Salisbury N. C.. March 20-3mos.
D. L. BringU,
s ion ere:
. . .-S
SMITH'S LCaG I'RESERVER
We jiawebeen reqnestrd io pnbl:sh tLe
following ticket for Mayor and Co rum is
i j lis a sure and effectual cure for
; ; ; And all the tl leases of the
i TnilOAT, AST2AZA,
Send for circular to
jj ! WM. A. Smith,
r Concord, 2f. C,
I I For sale by
a R. BARKER & Co.
j i ' ... Salisbury N. C.
And i all principal druggists in the United
I States. ! April 3 9m..
THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff of Rowan County Or kitting:
Yon arc hereby Commanded to summon
Alfred D. Lusk and Thomas E. Brown the De
fendants above named, if they be found within
your Countv, to he and appear before the Judjt-
of our Superior Court, at a Court to be held for
the County of Rowan at the Court House in
Salisbury on the 4th Mondny after the 3rd Mon
day of March 1873 and answer the complaint
which will be deposited in the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court for said County, within
the first three days of sjtid term and let the said
Defendants take notice that if they fail to an
swer the said complaint within that time, the
Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the rtlief
demanded in tlie complaint.
Hereof fail not, and of this summons make
Given under mv hand and seal of said Court,
this 12th d.iv of March 1873.
(Signed) JOHN A. BOYDEN
C. S. C. Rowan County
Whereas it appears to the satisfaction of the
Court that Alfred D. Lusk one of the defendants
herein is a non-resident of this State, and can
not after due delligence be found in the State,
and whereas it further appears that a caiir of
id ion exist :.gitinst the said defendant, now
therefore ordered that service of the summons
is to the said defendant be made !v publhutinn
of the same in (the j 'SalUbury Watchman" a
wecklv newspaper published in the town of
Salisbury once ai week for six successive weeks.
JUIIN A. HOYDK.N,
! Clerk Sdperior tourt
March 27-6w. (pr. fee $15) j Rowan County.
' i -NEW
The undersigned after an absence of more
T,.fjf,thnn 20 years, during wliich time ho has
trained much ex jerience and knowledge in tlse
proper management of butness, lias returned to
Salisbury, and ened a Tailor Shop urxt doer
lo the Nutional Hotel, room frinerly ticciipied
by the Messrs. Horah, as a Silver Smith Shop,
where he is ever readv to receive calls and obey
orders in his line. All work warranted and
good fits guaranteed. Every possible expense
saved to his customers, lie is in regular re
ceipt of the new styles and fashions.
Irade taken in exchange for work when suit
able to parties eoutrsctinz.
i 1 THOMAS UICKSOX.
For Mayor, j
r i j
J Fob Commissioners.
TT Ward - S. h, Wili j, and J. J.
S.tewarl. - i U ' I ' "
South Ward A.fL. GUrk, and J. W.
So9san)an. - - -"; i .".
East, WardD. i,. Bringle, and J. E.
North TFarrf JeKn I.&hiVer. James
s . i ! -s . . .
I A sure and permanent Curejor all diseases
Caused by a deranged Liver, such as
Jaundice, Dyspepsia. Heartburn, Fe
1 vers, Nervousness, Impurity of the
;! Blood, Jifelancholy, Costiveness,
p j Sick Headache, Pains in the
if I lleadandallkindcrcddtsensps.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
3 OLD BYjALL DRUGGISTS
1 I Prepared only by
I I TTZZiSOrX l TIImA.CH.
Marca C-Smos. Ckarktlt. N. C.
AMERICAN LIFE Mm CO.! OF PH11A
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
ORGANIZED 1850. ) CHARTER Perpetual.
GEORGE W. HILL. President,: JOHX S. WILSON, Secretary.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
ALEXANDER WIIILDEX. !
Hon. .TA-. POLLOCK, I. l'DOAR THOMPSON, OKOj NUGENT,
ALBERT C. ROBERTA PHILIP B: MINGLE, HON. A. G. CATTELL.
ISAAC II AZLEHURST, L M. WHILLDEN. HENJiY K. BENNE,,,
GEO. W. HILL, JAS. L. CLA(iH0RN, J N O 4 V A L" NAM A K V V
Issues all forms of Life and Endowment Policies,
LOWEST RATES POSSIBLE.
I ALL POLICIES SXOX-FOKFEITABLE.
exchange for claims ar.d li.c market irife allow-J
J. J. h'TLTf AKT.
Sept. 5,-51:tf t
- . . ,
Valuable Land for Bale.
I ff r fi-r n!c the plantation lalatrj ni
f.i'.e" Smith Wot i.f Sali hury and fnr tnilea
fn.iii C ina (IroTc Icp.t on the N. C- Kail road.
Theic lands crc f..rn rly the propetly of the
latcDr Sam'l. Kerr. There art-H(ai acrr io tta
tiaci of winch aSnutu::c haifi cleared, the re
niair.dcri cirpl cntilt t ml f ; d l'.h tka Lkl.j
ry Ac. The ul ii frr'tiit-ardudapltd lo wbesfj
atsct.Mi. ti.lia ci. Chan a-. - There are rn !
ine p.jt f n sui um-.jji t-t.oors god a wall
if t.mkI water. 1 il! U- divided, if -earyJ
tn Mi!t tl w.ir.t t. ptirchuer. Col. ll. Ii J
(W.mof Sslihury iil ,l..,w It e land, ar.il ;
male tcriiih with parties ucrironf if plrcl asisfj
For further inh niiat i n n-ulr lo fVL It 11. i
i.uwan m .s.i;i.,Lir . L
Wilaiin?tnn X. C.
k. k. d::yax. nx
March Glf. . . IX A. dc'd
r aucrtM me at
A. 31. St'Li.IVAX. J. I UOVAV.
'PIIE nnl-?rs:ncd h iTinjr associated tiern
X selves in lui!icis under the lliuicame of I
A. M. SULLIVAN,
'lIlR AMKRICAX has bion in active opefit ion, for r.carlj n. quarter, a rotwry. hi been
L (jiiverned and controlled by pontlenieii;distit:ptii-hed fur their biuess i ipcn l.ic aud
commercial probity, and has been eminently succei-l'ul. ;
It ias mot its ohliatuius with Mjrnal ? roiMitness, and in a most lilcfnl spirit.
Ai4'ifr it insuri.UK nieinbcrs, the Compapy hn the ho:ior T i.uinbi ;ii jr ir.anr of the mosl
eminent nd leading men, in all pnfcMns ai tl c!ases, throughout Xorih Carolina.
Keliable A cents wanted, who should anplv by letter o; in perMiuto !
t Ut . L.. . )Aii tietri Aper.t.
Or in Col. St. Clair Dk.vriso, Supt, Aent. Wilmington, X. C.
HA v I. opr-inl 1 ti K. J. (II tries' $ew boildt
ir.p. r.ext dimr to ih Hardwire StHej
wLctc incywi.lhr plpftM-d ti me old acd
r.w tne!(i. They hare a niapnilif (fit room i
the l.irgt rt aud W-tl iu uwu aud
STOCK OF G06DS,
COill'KISlNG a arneral aortttmt. Uard
J war excepted, aud will piarr ac tee as
p.Kwl bargains us can lc sld br anvf .Ilonse !ni
the Sotr.h. They will d.al hcafilr In fmeeriw
ar. lc iun rr I'mhIhci'. l uyinp atd sSllinf, arnS
invite all bowi-h either to bur or Sri) UxsJI
oa them A. 11. bL LLI VA2 4; Co.
Jan 21th. IC2. inf f
jPateut Well Fixture.
Wr. call the nttetition of tlie public t this 33 2 -4 acres of latd, pnrtly within the cor-
admirahle inveiiti.ui- It is especially rccoiti- Nrate limits of the city'.of SalULury, eligible for
mended to private families, lein tonvetii- building lots, ami al.o J.ll suited io thcMiIture
nut fot quick hlline. sell einptyiujr and ease of cotton. Upon the prcniies is already a bean-
in drawing. For durability it is uusurpass- tiful and commodious Residence of ten rooms,
ed Iravitic an Irn covered Top. the wind- an' " ne-ess.irr out i.uildir.3, and a well o.
lass, rope and bucket are protecteu from the exrellenl atr. The iniprovenentare nearly
weather. It is so arranged as to aemir ah- u "n;l,1fl,,e n,UJ,t 'Iq-'rable description ; alo
r. r,ir, :j, r-n !n lUK.iJ, acres npn which is a good site for
... ... a Tantrarrl Tli. nwin.Hr will lui a. 1 . t 1 1
Tq Farmers Fertilisers.
HAVING Leconie spent for Joip Mc8BT4
max A ("o , Halt'.mcre, for the sale ef their soJ
tnor Amcmiateil Dissolved SoCO Zertll
izcr. 1 -fTcr the sr.me in anv onaltfic reooirs
d, at $'j'2 per ton, extlusire of freight. I Lave
alrodr Mild ten ton. This rVniliaerhaa teeej
letted in Itovan and Ircdill, and red to h
tlie ie.t trl tried.
Order. left at the fciore of Mock & Bresra
ill rec ire prompt attention. i'
2uio2U,kI R a. I'Eorsr.
axocssvzLiiS, rr. c.
For ilie Sale of; Laf Tobacco.
JAS. Li SHELL, Pruprietor.
This Warehouse opens on the 25th February.
iso. oaies every auesaav anu rriuay.
Feb. 20, 2mos,-pd.
DR. JTi. F GRIFFITH,
Having located in Salisbury, solicits a prac
tice in the town; and surrounding country.
j Corntrl 0 Main & Bank Slrteit Tre
door beor I?eyj Ilottte.
i I jan. 16 tl.
Cheap I Chattel IMortgages,
and rarious; other blanks for Bale here.
uir.ii..oy vniTT.oo. nimuu; ".iu btfloW its real Value
k' ME RONE Y & DUO.
Aply 10 the siil-scriber.
Salisbury, Jin. 30, 1$7 tf :2Q
ibF ALL KIDS
Fni niched to order, at Short Notice, at Steam
Saw Mill on Western X. C. It. It., twenty miles
from Salisbury. I
Price at mill $1. At S ilishnry $1,20.
Kiln Dricil nt Salisbury, S l.0.
EP TERMS CASH.
47 : tf : K. II. COWAN.
When yon want Hardware at low
figures,1 call on the undersigned at No - 2
; d: A. AT WELL.?
Salisbury, N. C , Feb. 13 3mos.
IX MOC-SVILLE, X. G.
So lonjj and favorably known to the public,
has not been closed, as reported ; hut is still kept
by Mrs. Henry An-4in f- Sm, who resectfiliy
s dic'it the patronice of their old frierls and
the travd'injf pnblic. Ko pains will be iared
to give satisfaction. j
Jan. 16 3iius.
JOHNS. HljX PERSON-
Attorney and Counsellor at Iak
Solicitor in Unnkrtip'cy,
SALISBURY, X. C.
Lv7" Special attention paid to Proceed
itis iu Bankmptey. !
Feb. 20,-tf: !
Xaokecd : Civ Loa Dew Krijirrd.
Jl mSM: iwv tU lr- rati
arl CC e f mn 4-S-ear ami
M f.'.r. rnl i y. Imrort m T, Mr-1 n4 rkjiis
ral lrrte I, l-p-- r--Ti'. P Mtrfrt, Ha. a'M i
Cc jsrrva, Irurt td frra, v metitf w immU
'" r. a-.l.a-r.,. ' : j j
TJTr-1 rtve'r aj I r. . j
1 uc -.! br If t aat r. In th 4.rfcW rM-r. r '
4. Bsn.rti l i 'IT j rea e rff t radar!
tbr a r- Iiv n r- l.f'N -A H -m' mt ? k s
icallt c9-t4 al'l.oul IU. .'r.f r m l 'Ntmal
In r in Tpl rat" u f kr la I. - rai r i.i
! err. at or. r .ft I, e tain a 4 .a- f .1,, a, a
- I.lch .rj . ff. rcr. t.n .! rr I. I kla t arf t t aaajl
tf fiiff ib- a tr. rUt ' .svt r .VP i
9f r n I ctort .' m Id l it, Uw ba i,T; fUt
au4 ' rtf man lai .1. j
rl. t1- aal In a f !n p tJ aT aSi a,
f at-- aid na r.r.lf af S r a. ( . . a )
aairr u rMiwr. i
t has. j cut r co
1 27 Bowery. New York, Post-office Ex, 4 5 8 &J
Ami 17 tf. 1
Fresh Garden Seeds.
C. R. Barker A ( o wrxild rerrifrllv ssJ
nWur.cr that they havcjtit recti red avlarjccfvps
ply o r arsii uahi-ls sirx., o: tisry
from Land ret h and Bnit.
The public is invifed to cie thefa a ctH A
their Imie Store on Mstn street.
Jan. 10 tf.