CORN nw75 a
COTTON -16 16.
FLOUR 14 10 -.
t!ACON"-(coJn) 11 12J7hoCn.t,5
POTATOES I ritlif 00 m 75 Sweet, M
KOOS lito 15
CHIOKBNS f.0 $3 per do.
LARD 12 a 15.
FEATHERf -new, 50.
TALLOW 9 a 10.
ft YE 70 a 80.
WHEAT-1.0 a tl 0.
BUTTER-20 fe 25.
Peaches, on peeled, 34
do peeled, 8 a 12 J
3 a 6 pr. bl
Watjebm KLOKS ere beginning to make
their appearance on our street a. We are in
debted to Mr. A. M. Jtrnwn, a prosperous
and industrious faruit-i of .Southern Kovan,
far a fine oro.
Ak Allf.obt S-nse ec-
citemeut wu occasioned last Monday over
the trial or P. Swepsou. coj., beiore the
U or, oil the charge tf rape on the per
son of one Annie Fing er, wknse occupa
tion it ii not necessary to mention her.
The allegations were only partially
tyjued. Swepson was .admitted to jUait
Saujbobt Items. We not unfre
q lontly notice in paper a at a diitauce,
scandal, n n sense, and bosh, under the
ibove bead, which have btti forwarded
by some hungry ne-sa-uwngsr, astjow to
set himself in print, we suppose. The
go-called rape, alleged to hare been com
mitted here is paraded in the Raleigh Senti
nel of this morning. Well, the matter is too
disgusting for out paper, and for other
reasons, we give it merely a passing notice.
There are many items that a prudent
journalist would not publish about his
own town that are thus given in other pa
pers . Some ti ntei Tacsjt are properly stat
ed, bat more frequently they are not. Bat
a few days ago a loag winded, trashy
article was sent from thij place, purporting
to be a tort of history or sketch of J.
Allen Ketchey's life. There is no one
acquainted with Ketchey's carreer and
read this production, who will r.ot be great
ly amused at the assumption of fact it
contains and at the: pliable imagination
of the "News Reporter." It is not every
one who will stop to think what is proper
to be published about a town, and what
is not. We endeavor to give all the news
that we deem ligitirnale matter for publiea
tion. It is true, our paper is only a weekly,
but if our citizens will give us the necessary
encouragement, we will .publish i t ofiener,
a ill we shall then be glad to have the as
sistance of the iiunierous reporter among
us. We will call and trim their coin in u-
uicatioue ad as to suit all p artie, and
tlicy will prove grea'.ly to the edification of
oar entire community, no doubt.
The following article clipped from some
newspaper, has been sent to us for publi
cation. Its sentiments are so jnst and with
al so appropnate that we publish it with
pleapute, renrettine ouly our inability to
givNhe credit due to the piper that first
a ! a lift H m a
recalled such noble utterances :
HAGNAXUtllT A LESSON OF HISTORY.
It is a sad! reflection that, with all our
vaunted civilization and boasted advance
ment in humanity, arts and science, there
is yet much in the teachings of the remote
past to shame and rebuke us. We recall .
just now, an incident full of profitable
suerestioBS tor the present times :
n the second century an insurrection
against the Roman authority broke out in
Syria and the East, headed by a pretend
ed descendant ol the patriot Assitrs. who
had conspired against the mighty Osesar.
It ended in disaster and failure ; and noth
ing seemed to he left but vengeance npon
the adherents of the rebellion. Under
such circumstance?, here is the letter
which the royal conqueror the noble
Antoninus Pius wiote to the Senate,
and which deserves to -be written iu let
ters of gold upon the historic page: "I
beseech yon. Conscript Fathers, not to
punish the guilty with too much rigor.
Let no one be put to deoth. Let the ban
ished return to their country. I wish I
could give back their lives to those who
have died in this quarrel. Revenge a
unworthy of an Emperor. You will par
NE W ADVEIl F I SE K XT.
REASON 8 WHY TUB.
PERRY DAVIS & 3 ON.
Beit Family Medicine of the age !
And why it thnuld be kept alwayt near at hand :
1st. Pairt-Kii.lbr is the most certain Choler.
cure that medical science has prodouced.
2nd. Pain-KiiJler, as a Diarrhoea and Dm.
eatery remedy, seldom if ever fail.
3rd. Pa iv-K illek. will cure Cramps or Pains
in any part of the system. A single dose
usually affects a cure.
4th. Pun-Killer will cure dyspepsia and
indigestion, if used according to direc
tions. 5th. Pais-Kili.er is an almost never failing
cure for sudden Colds, Coughs, Ac.
6th. Pain-Kii.lkr has proved a Sovereign
Remedy for Fever and Ague, and Chill
r ever ; it ban cured the most obstinate
7th. Pain-Killer as a liniment is unequsled
forFro-t Bites, Chilblains, Burns, BruUe,
Cuts, Sprains, Ac.
8th. Paix-Klli.er has etired cases of Rheu
matism and Neuralgia after years stand
ing. 9th. Paut KlLL.FR will destroy Boils Fellona
Whitlows Old Sores, giving relief from
Pain after the first application.
10th. Pain-Killbu cures Headache, and Tooth
11th. Paix-Kit.leb will save you days of s'.ck
neass and many a Dollar in time and
Doctor s Hi I Is.
Salisbury. VVe invite the atten4oa
of our citizens to an article from the Hills
borough Recorder under tais head. VVe
hope they will all read it careful y ami take
conrsge. All Salisbury weds or is likely
o want for some time to eome are raanu Warmer.
factories and the Yadkin Railroad. These
csn be obtained with a little mora enter
prise on the part of oar leading citizens.
Ukath or Dr. Kkeves. We arc
pained to have to announce the death of
J)r. Samuel Reeves, Jr., who died in this
jdacc last Tuesday morning, after a .pain
t ul illness of two or three weeks. The Ur.
was generous, whole-souled, and true and
faithful as a frieud. His death is A sad
Affliction u his bereft family, and he
will be mourned by many friends. Aged
about 45 years.
Beal'xokt, N. C, may ww day not very
remote, become a popular altering place,
ft possesses as many attractions and. advan
tages for a sea-side summer resort as any
,other place on the Atlantic coast, an4 aooe
which other places have not. , Quite a num
cr of Western people are visit there this
summer-several from this place and it
will evidence the goofl sense or our people
f, instead of augmenting the wealth of Sa
ratoga and Long Branch they build up a
.summer resort nearer home.
The Farmers' movement is sweeping
.everything before it in Minnesota, and the
politician jijLr- begiuliing to cultivate it as
siduously. VVe ran it stated that the Hon.
lONATiua Donnelly has been seized with
so uver vUelyaiug 4i ktr f .r agiieultural pur
suits that he is .traveling over the State de
livering addressee upon the grievances of the
He is arrayed in the picturesque
AoaiUme of a hickory shirt, blue overalls an I
brogan shoes without .tuckgs, Hichmond
It is to be that feared siveb miserable
skunks will aiiceeed in pelling the wool
over the eyes of many farmers, if they are
iot very careful. They have no loye for the
farmer or for agriculture ; they merely wish
to Ingratiate themselves for the pupose of
riding into office on: the shoulders of the
farmers ; and whet) they have seeeeded,
they have no further use for farmers they
would not so much as notice one were they
to meet 1dm nt Waahioglen or at the capi
ul of the State. VVe expect this farmers,
oiovemcnt to kill Quit the timeservert the
office seeker, and the mere politician.
don, therefore, lht children of this Cassias,
his eon-iu-law. and hia wife. Let them
w si - ; - - i
live in tafetjf, let them retain all that 12th. Pain-Killer U a purely Vegetable pre-
Casaius poseaed.-let them live in whatso- i Paralh.n, safe to keep and to use in every hirai-
7- ' I.. 11... . 1 . . ... I 1 it a .. .. . i . , . , . I 1 , . It. ...... . . l .
ever nl i ce tney c noose, to be a monumeql . ., . ; . t a.? . .i . u
T iT , . ,,, iwuhtnegreal variety o' dui-a-cs that may be
to yonr clemency and mine ! emiMv rad:ated by it, and the ereat amount
(JB ! for one hour of just such public , of pain and suffering that can be alleviated
ntiment nbW! It is a n Droach. indeed."! through its n make it iterative upon every
person In supply themselves with this valuable
remedy, and to keep it always near at hand
The Pain-Killer is now known and appre
ciated in evtry quarter of the Globe. Physicians
recommend it iu thier practice, whilenll classes
of society have found in it relief and carqfort
Give it a trial.
Be sure and buy the genuine. Every. Drug
8tntimeni npw T it is a n p
and a sad and melancholy evidence of
moral deterioration, that an opposite ten
dency so largely prevails. Surely, surely,
there & everything in the present attitude
of the Southern people toili.-unn vindicti
veriess towards any class of its people.
Their resignation aud fortituueare a stand
ing miracle l If they were proud and re
stlute in prosperity, they are grand iu
the destitution. To-day ; a whole nation
in arms, to defend what they believe to
be right; to-morrow, convinced of the
hopelessness of the struggle, returning to
the peaceful pursuits of industry with a
cheerfulness that can hardly be relized !
Let us profit by the lesion of a barbaric
JORlWa CLASS N VI.,; uK FE-
; employ at.-nt at L$u d . or eaeajaV; i no aid-
1 !! - ..1- f . a IS m W
mu try urcu j i,Ul 1 1. -trilr lon-4 & val . ible pwk-
asje of g.M.,:.. Kent (rer bv eail Addrv-s wh.t4
cent return Ump. V- Young & Co, 1?3 Ureeu-
wich au, a. yZMw -
P"8YCHOMRNCY, or SOUL CII i JOa
ING." How either sea may fascinate and
gain the love &j affections of anv person tbey
..li. i .....! .. i Tl:. j t " . . .
ment all can po&ea, free, by mail, for 25c to-
geiher with a manage gunle, Egvptsin Oracle,
Dreams. Hint-to Ladi V...I,l,n,r.v;r u, u;r,
Ac.. A queer botik. A'diirma T Wit I HU X
Co. Pubs. Phila, a
ROC KH RIDGE ALLUM PRIKGS-VA.
This celebrated watering place is now teceive
guests. Thoe who are afflicted with Scrofula,
Glandular Swellings, anc Cntaneons Eruptive
r . : v. i ... . .
T"p, letter, a, Ac.,
Cn runic Diarrhosa, and Dysentery, Dvimmia,
Bruuchitis, I h runic Thrush. Dropity and Pi le,
should lose no lime in coming to (hi fqantain
of health to be healed. For the cure of manv
diseases this water stand- unri railed ainoQ- the
Mineral W ster or the united Slates. J M K.S
A FKAZfcK Proprietor. 4
Neglect a Cough. Nothing is more certain
to lay the foundation forfuiiuevilrorMequencse
at en sjaroaiic xalt?le
are s sure care for all 'disease c4 die Kaspira-
iory organs, onre J trrxst. t oirts, ( rrntp, Lip-
theria. Asthma, Catarrh Hoarseness, Disease of
iu .til cases of. sudden cold, however taken.
OnVr xtntor liuury iiC"t (
ft if li J Mild 111'. lieTS tHift
is ' r(er, more alcl, and m- variiua than
G. G. McCOT COl
uroean an4 Krovswew MmhiuU and a
sale dealers ia f i iiftniaawsaaa, Dried I
t n hsw nr i saawl aBaaskMassai
OLD FORT, jr. m.
W ool, Hides,
ever before. It was bought for cash, aud at 1 and all kinds of Country Produce. Cotton varna.
m i HBwai wnri gooea wr.? very low in ti.e yomwin, naiis, ruauer, and oal (hi, alwava
Nor her u markets. Ileace. the? arv inr
prepaied than reer. to awit all in- - and
fancies, and to give ltyr b irgaius f-r eaii.
Tbey made their purebas of
Ageaea for the
orders sol ided.
U. G. lUUl
these Tablets shobld be prompt 'y and freely
They equalize the circulation of the blood, niiU
pile the severity of the attack and will'dn a very
short time, restore healthy action to the affect
Wells' Carbolic Tablets arc ant up only in
Wf faxes. Take no substitutes. If they can't
be found at your druggist's send at oace to the
Agent in New ork, who will forward them by
Don't be Deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 25 cents a bo
John Q. KELLOGG 18 Platt-st, Kew York
4w Send lor Circular Sole Agent for the United
lie f r Large llatraled Price L-.t.
Great Western Qua Works
uist, and nearly every Country Grocer through- SMITH FIELD ST. PIT TSnUROjI PA.
out the land keep it for sat.
THE CAREER OF A GREAT REMEDY
Twenty summers have elapsed since it was 1
briefly announced that a new vegetable tonic
and- alterative bearin? the name of Hostet
ter's Stomach letters, had been added to the
list of restorative medicines. The modest
advertisement which invited attention (o
the preparation staled that it had been used
with success in private pratieeaea cure for
dyspepsia,, billious complaints constipation
and intermififeBt fever. It wa soon disco v-
ered thai the article pesaesied ettraordiuary
properties. The people, of every class, test
ed i s merits as a tonic, stimulaut, corrective
Sad Case. It will be remembered
that about two years ago a young man
by the name of jQLimcr killed his aged ! ml restorative, and found that its effects
mother and threw her ou the fire in her
A Little Spat. Samuel T. Williams,
V'.m , political editor of the News, and T.
frl. Kingsbury, Esq., Associate editor of
the Sentinel, have had a little ipat, a little
measuring of strength, in which they
pommeled each other quite severely
editorially ; but it is gratifying to aea bow
gracefully they withdraw from the eentest
and acknowledg i their mistakes. Two
ucb getitlemen should not waste their
time in useless bickering, and they will
At an atl journed meeting of Concord Pres
bytery, held at Thyatira church, on the 9th
instant, .the former action of Presbytery se
lecting Hickory Station as the place, and
i lie 18th of September next, as the time for
.the next semi-annual meeting ot this body,
was reconsidered ; and instead, Thyatira
(lurch was chosen as the place, and the 19th
day of August next, as the time for said
As there will lie business of a crave char
acter "before that meeting, it is important
that there be a full attendance of ministers
WM. W. PHARR,
Business t manor. -Mr. Lewis V.
Urown liaarmrchased the stock, tools, and
fixtures of the Tin Shop recently owned
by Messrs. Brown & Weaot, and will eon
novo the businesa ia all its' various
branches. He wiU keen ou band a large
assortment of Tiu .ware, Cooking k other
Stoves of the best and most approved
pattern. Nr. Brown is not only a steady
and responsible party, but a thorough and
practical machinist who understands all
the minutisB of the business he has under
taken. A young man of his capacity
And industry should be encouraged. See
advertisement in another column.
"TjgK Bumblk 13m." There ia a
monthly Magazine on oar table, published
'u Illinois, of the above name. At first
we thonebl it ouirht In h U mi) lit .
wm O " e wrv jjw. j
but Webaler aays, he'a rigbt, so this Bee
may just Bumble on.
We notice in it several very good bum
fe"fbr Instance; it waniU to know how
't is that the i over nnienl can afford to
furnish pond cards and carry acasages on
them for cue gent, when it won't aiiow a
man to furnish hia own writing material
nd carry hia message fur him for leas
Again ; It 4ayg lUft bcat wmy prevent
igeuiee,m .vay matters ia for every
body not to buy until he baa the money
"ami to pay. Xbat , f rtry old bmmbje
but a very rood aaa. ,?
- . v
bouse. The murder wad committed with
an axe. Her head' Was tetvibly mnt dated,
and t-he was also severely burned, but
quite dead when discovered by the neigh
bors, who were informed by the young
man himself of the fact. He was arrested
and committed to jail. He was known to
be partially deranged before be slew Sis
mother, but no danger was apprehended
from him. He haa never had any trial.
but was ordered to be sent to the Lunatic
Asylum. Application was made for bis
enterance there, and we believe be was at
one time carried to JUleigh, but was turn
ed away on tile ground that they had no
room. He haa been lying iu the jail here
ever since, and is hopelessly insane. Tues
day Dr. Caldwell wis sent for to see hi tr ,
and on arriving at his cell he discovered
that the poor fellow I had so lacerated his
person as to render a surgical operation
necessary. After it; had been performed
and his hands secured behind, the Dr.
left, but waf again called to see Rimer
who had succeeded in getting; his hands
loose and tearing asunder his jtvoenda to
such an extent as to allow his; intestines
to protrude. The Dr. administered the
necessary attention, but very; little hope
is entertained of lii J-eoojvWj jft is a
crying sham" that this mm should have
been kept here confined in the county
jail for the period of nearly two years. If
the Lunatic Asylum js too small, it should
more than fulfilled their hopes aud expecta
tions. From that time to the preeeut its
course has been upward aud onward, and i,
stands to-day at the head of a-l 1 medicines of its
Valuable Plantation for
I offer for Sale privately, a valuable farm
situated in Rowan County, ue wile from Ro
wan mills, containing two hundred acres more
or less, said to ne one of the best farms in the
County, out houses in good order, dwelling need
ing repaires. Any one wishing a good farm, a
bargain will be offered, npplv to
June 12, 3w.
An elegant Album for25ceuts. holding 24
full size cards, hound in full gilt cover aud
sold at the low price of 25 cents, suitable for
the pocket or centre table. Order a sample
seut by mail, post paid on receipt of 35 cents
or 6 for $1.
Address. BCRKOW & CO.
l Agents Wauted. Catalogues of Books.
Pictures Sdt.. sent free.
12 1673 St.
Bv the Governor 'f North Carolina.
Breech-loading Shot Guns $10 io $300
Double Shot Guns, $3 to $lo0. Single Gun' $3
to $-20. Rifle, $8 to$75. Revolvers. $6 to $25.
Pistols, SI to $8. Gnn Material, Fishing Tackle.
Large discount to Dealers or (Mob. Army Guns
Revolvers, . bought or traded for. Goodi
sent by express V. O. D. to be examined before
paid lor. 4w
c"hol"e r a.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
UalkigIT, June 9th, 1S7J. j
Be it known to all whom it may concern :
l.iHt in eouforiiiity with sectioul). chapter
O ' f.f t n u t c . , f fti.. (lunur it Icuinlilu r.n k a
class, Asarricanor itntarted. in the magni- j at ,he ,n ( lH72-7.'l! in relation to
uuienmneuts ot the Loustitution ot the state :
I. Tod R. Calhwkm,. Governor of the
State of North Carolina, do order so much of
tude of its sales and its reputation as a safe
agreeable and potent iuvigoraut and restora
tive. For languor and debility, lack of ap
petite and gastric disturbances so common
during the summer months it is absolutely
in fallible. Indigestion, bilhuosdisorders, cou
stipation, nervousness, periodical fevers, and
all (he ordinary complaints geoerated by a viti
ated and humid atmosphere, vanish under its
renovating and regulating influence. This
is its record, avouched by volumes of intelli
gent testimony, extending over a period of a
fifth of a century, and comprehen ling the
names of thousands of well knowu citizens
belonging to every calling. In Europe it is
thought a great thing to obtain the patronage
of royality for a "paent medicine," but Hos
tetters's has been spontaneously approved
by millions of independent soverigns, and its
patent consists in their endorsement.
The New Odorless and Hon Poisonous
Powerui Deodorizer and Disinfectant.
Its daily use destroys all bad ordors and
poisonous emanations about your premises, and
thereby prevents contagion and contains no
poison and has ordor of its own, and ia a 1 way
Dr. BRQCRRTTV.,swlihrated writer on Cholera
and Yellow Fever, maintains thai a few drops
. f 1'.i:omo-( 'iu.uHAi.rM in a tumbler of water
drank daily, wilt prove a sare protQ?tbyi frosa
Prepared only by TXTaDXSXs' di, Co
Sold by :ill druggists Xew York.
ft hwlh-e, gentlemen Vad children, morr
Pcialitr than heretofoi. ami reallr fe
anxious to hare their fib-uds rsll and ex
amine their stuck'. They think it is elegant:
it ia certainly pUaaeina; l in , rye. and ( 4 ueJi
x1 eosaitWvd) it u unusually eUeap. Bat.
comprbing all that th.-y hare oUally k-pt.
wttn autliliooal items of attrarttoo. TUey j
can meet the demands of the Farmer, the I
vcvunuic, UIB ArnMU, HUU IIISIIT Ol 111
Professional man. It ia proverb witb aotn
ot their customers. "Merooey ki-epa every
thing mod the he.- "
Tbey desire 10 e.ill fpeeial attention to a
new branch grafted this Spring, tv .wit :
A MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
This was designed for the accommodation
of their lady customers, aud it has been pro
uounced by mauy of them as a decided sue
cess in its geneial cope and ileuiiced detai's.
It is under the immediate Supervision of Mrs.
Ualyburton and Miss Mc Murray, who are
ever ready to respoud to ihe calls of their
customers. Call aud see, and hear prices.
MEUONEY ic BRO.
May 8-tf. -
BCOOK sit BROWN are now receiv
ing their usual large stork of Spring Goods,
Consisting of all classes of goods adapted to this
section of Country.
Their stock is full and complete in ail descrip
tions of Prints, Black and Brown Domestics,
Linens and Drills, Dress goods in the newesi
styles. Ladies' ready made suits, a moat beautiful
selection of Case i me r and Coaling. Pant Jean
of all kinds. Their stock of Clothing, shirts and
furnishing goods. is the largest and most desira
ble to be found in this market. A full and com
plete stock of Shoes, Hat, llosey glove, Kib
bons Ac Sugar, Coffee, Molassas, andall kindsof
Their terms are strictly cah and barter with
a few exceptions. Those who sre reliable and
prompt in paying thrir acoounts it afford them
4 wien lot of
t low k,T
April 17, 18T tf
cured haaas. Fee Sate
i. ii. McOY a C.
7J1 JOHN 8. HKNDERSON.
Attorney and CounsrUor at
solic itar isj Baakniptrj,
SALISBUHY, Ji. C.
B Special attoatioo paid ia Proceed-
nigs in Hank ruptc v .
Feb. an.- -1.
In order to saake room for tnv Sorii
slock, 1 a bb eAtapelled to sell off say pw
ntarwrwf Winter Stork consifiing af
READY MADE CIXTlllXO. MaT,
BOOT8, AND Huks. iu .11 of luc-a
GREAT KARGAIN8 are gtewn.
Feb. 6, tf
Valuable Land For Sale.
Hsving beecsas ike sole PmprMer of ike
valuable Tract of La forsut Hy owned iWy
Jeremiah Karnay r, sad located one anile boHl
West of I Low an Milla station, and Its vine ito usw
X i: M K RO US TESTS HAVE PKOV KD 0
X. F. larahaaT Kcw TbtMm.
WATER WHEEL te
. Ts ke the Bet fTrr In ventrd. ft
5 Pamphlet free. Address. YORK Pa 4 w
The Fioht tut Farmtaud . I
learned a good lessod when I was a little
girl, says a lady. One frosty morning I
i-t . 1 a .
was loosing out or uie window into my
farlher's farmyard, where stood many
cowy, oxen and tioriee, waiting to drink.
The cattle all stood Very still and meek.
till one ot the cows attempted to tura
round. In making the attempt she hap
pened to hit her next neighbor whereuj -
on her neighbor kicked, and hit another.
11 five minutes the whole herd were kick
ing each oiher with fury. My mother
laughed, and said ; See what comes of
kicking when yon are bit. Just tt. 1
have seen one aross word :s)eju- Jtole
faniilv wv the ears Mn'froalwlmnantiie.'
Afterward, if my brnthtr trr thyself
were 0 Utile irritable, she would ay ;
"Take care, my children. Remember
how the fight in the farmyard began.
Never give back a kick for a hit, and ycu
will save yourself and others a great deal
of trouble." -
For Loss of Appetite. Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Depress; un of bpints & General De
bility, in their various for bit, Fe&so-Phospor-ajec
Euxin 0 Cauaava made by Caswell
Hazard A. Co., Kesr York, and sold by all
druggists, i? the jbest tonic .Vs a stimulant tonic
fur patients recovering from fever or other sick-
. a v 1 .1
ness. it lias no sjfoai. Ji taken diinii the sea
son it prewefiU fere? sri ' sgue and other inter
mittent fever. A,
In Cabarrus County, N. C, July 10, 1S73, by
Rev. S. Kotiirodkt Rev. Henry M. Rrosrn and
MissLucetta .Jane, youngest daughter of Mr.
Near the Narrows of tfce Yadkin Iliver.
in Montgomery county, K. C, ac tc resi
dence of her son, Mr. John F. Cotton, the
11th July, instant, of cholera morbus, Mrs.
LETHE COTTON, relict of the late Thos.
L. Cotton, in the 68th year of her age.
Sleep, 44 mother in Israel," sleep,
Til Christ shall bidhee rise ;
Then, rob'd in His righteous and life,
Meet Him in the skies.
In this County, June 16th, Ann Turner, wife
of Joseph Turner, 68 years of age.
JOHN S. LONG.
Thid rarely gifted gentleman recently
paid oar office a hurried visit, as he was
just feaving for his )iome at Newbern.
lie had been attending a meeting of tiie
State (range. He was chosen Lecturer
far the Slate. We deem the Patrons of
Husbandry extremely fortunate in secur
ing the services of am aide and eloquent a
a speaker. Mr. Long has but few peers
in oratory in a State that lias never been
defieent in distinguished public speakers.
ST. MART'S SCHOOL,
KAM H.II, . C,
Right Rev. Thos. Atkinson, D. Visitor.
Uev. Alder. Sn ied e--, D. D . Hector.
Rev. Bennett Smedes, A. M . Assistant.
The sixt v third term of this school will com
mence on the 29th day of July.
For a circular apply to the Rector.
June 19, lino.
Persons wishing pure homemade liquors and
the very beat imported wines can always dud
tbesa at the Ista r Saloon, on
Jtfsis Strut, 3 door eefetf the Salisbury Ifou.
All my whiskies sod Brandies are oitafued
direct from the best and aaost reliable distillers
n K. C. I keep no others. My wines arc tin
ported and are f the best varieties as any judge
may see by asjjsig sad examining for hinasel f.
i. ' , J. A. SNIUCB.
June Id, 6ow. pd.
the preamble of said act as sets forth the
alteration? proposed aud agreed to, aud the
second section of said act, to be published for
thirty days preceding the first Tuesday of
August, 1673. iu the Raleigh "Daily Seuti
nel -Daily Era" aud the '-Daily News,"
publish in Kale'gh, and also for the same
length of lime m the following Weekly pa
pers, published iu the variois Congressional
Districts of the State, to-wit:
First District "North Carolina," Eliza
beth City ; - Express," Washington.
Second District '-News," Goldsboro ;
' Mail,' Rocky Mount
Third District "Statesman," Fayetteville
Fifth District-"Xew North State," Greens
boro : "Chronicle." Milton.
Sixth District "Democrat." Charlotte ;
"Spirit of the South." Rockingham.
Seventh District "Ameiicau," Statesville
Eighth District -"Pioneer and "Exposi
That portion of the preamble, ordered to
be published is iti the following words, to
" Whe was. the last General Assembly,
(three -fifths of the whole number of members
of each lbn-ec.ncnn ing.J the hill containing
the same haviugbevu read three times in each
House, proposed the folbtuing attentions
of the Constitution of the Sine, to wit: AV
teratUto in relation to theotfice of Superiu
rendeut of Public Works ; alteration ia re
lation to the State census- alteration iu re-
laioii to exemptions from taxation ; altera
tion in relation to the University ; alteration
ia relation to the t the sessions of the Gener
al Assembly : alteration in relation to the
CodeaDosamissioners ; alteration in ret .tion
to Federal nod other officer holding office."
The second section of the said act orderei
to be published is ia the following words to
w t :
"It siiail be th rlnty of ti Sheriffs in each
and every eonnty in the fctate to open p lis
at the sero al election precinets in his coun
ty on said FIRT THURSDAAY IN AU
GUST NEXT, and the snne. shall be kent
open for one day. from the hour of eight
o'clock in tbe morning to the hour of seven
iu the afternoon, when all persons qualified
to v te accord. ue to the Cons ilutioii may
vote Tor or agaiust the ratification of the said
amendments, those desi ring such amendments
to vote with the writteu or printed ticket
'For Amendments,' those of a contrary opia
ion to vote with a written or printed ticket.
The attention of County Commissioners
and Inspectors of the Election is also called
to the 4th section of said act of Assembly
which poidea tlott serrate ballot boxes
-hall be furnish ed for each auieudment to be
Done at our if y of Raleigh, the ninth day of
June, A. D. 1873. audio 'he ninety-seventh
year of American Independence.
TOD B. CALDWELL.
By the Governor
J. B. Nf.athery. Private Secretary.
June 16. 1873. Sw.
for It, 1 propose te sell iu Thi track, cosnpfia
ing 6WJ at res, ia regarded b good judges
as ooe of the v7 be end most elagfldv sjinslrd
in the county. It ia adsniraMv ads pied to th
cultivation of corn, cotton, iobeciu, and the
grasses. There is at least 100 a n of butioaa,
of which about 75 is in cnliiraiiufci. niere i,
also, an excellent dwelling and other out budd
ings in great number, a good well of water, dr..
Persons winhing to see the land will apply to
Mr. Tobias Beaver on the place, or aajseJl near
Mt. Pleasant. N. C.
June5.-6mos. MOSHS RAKRU R,
SAMUEL UBEVRa. Jr. J. .UN Bl A St..
200 HEAD OF BEEF
The undersigned wish to purthase Twn
Hundred tine Beef Cattle, for whirh they are
prepared to pay the highest cash price.
They wou d also inform the Citizens of
Salisbury that they are furnishing the mark
et with beef four times each week ; namely ;
on Monday. Wednesday. Friday sod Sat
REEVES 6i It HARD.
i7and FoK saleTI"
Purwnt 10 a drx of tl Supff-ior Court
Will SW1I ail luil.lii' mix. !.... .1 il , I .....1 LI 1
I . .i. an newswaav S)SSWwWi m ItX V 'W I J "II e-
pleasure .0 acoomw.Klate. o enable ihem to , Salisbury, 00 Wedne-dar 1st of Clctobtr 1873,
nell Sood t dose prices which they aredeter- j 1021 acres of land on the tViJksboro'Road aboiii
mined to do -Unepoluy hs been adapted, when g m,l N. W. of SalisU.rv, sdjoifting A daws
gooda are aold nr. tune to indiscriminate parties, j Abrann Nash and others
heavy losses wUl.nceiw from the JUnkrupt sad For furlh p.rtirtl,r. Mrs. HicabetU
Homestead provjsionsofUie law, and when l.ses Miller, who lives on the land, or J. M. Horsb
are sustained by nierchanls, it .is a .well stated j, Kaluburv
met w.ai sue. ios,es are u .mr, u is reasons. ; Jcs $M) cash ; balance on 0 months endit.
ble to suppose lhat he lobars Io be made up aa . Thlle uaerved aa secorilv.
far as prarlicable, falloim the honest pavinscu-
lomers. They have determined to stop this war
of doing business, by selling a ;he lowest cash
and barter prices and credit no roan yho i
unworthy of it.
They are thankful to their d4W friends and
customers for their very lihrrti! titom and con
tidence, and hofie he selling (iood (tooda at low
prices to secure their continued favors.
MOCK A BROWN.
March 27- tf.
The startlingdrawback on nearly all medicine
agents have ever been that in their process of
purgation and purification they have also de
bilitated the system. To obviate this difficulty
physicians long sought for an agent that would
P LiUi E P U EI FY A N 1) STEENG UEN
At one and tho same time.
Their research has at last been rewarded by a
discovery which fully realises the fondest desires
ol the medical faculty, and which is justly re
garded as the moat important triumph that Phar
macy has ever achieved. This important de
Or. Tutt s Vegetable Lifer Pill.
Which purify the blood and remove all corrupt
humors and unhealthy accncuilations from the
body, and yet produces no weakness or laaeitude
whatever, hut on the contrary tones the stomach
and invigorap?s the body during the progress of
their operation. They unite the heretofore irre
concilable qnatitiesofa Strengthening Purgative
and a Purifying Tonic.
Dr. Tuft's Pill :ire the mnl active and search
ing medicine in existence, Thev t once attack
the very root of diseases, and their an ion is so
prompt that in an hour or two after they are
taken the patient is aware of their good efle. t-,
They may he taken at any time without res
traint of rtlct or occupation : th' y produce neith
er nanea, graping or dstslity, and as a family
medicine they have no rival.
Price 25 cents a box. Sold by all Drggi-ts.
Principal ofiVe,18 and 20 Piatt St., N. Y. U
APRIL 16th, 1873.
MORE NEW GOODS.
R. & A. MURPHY
SMITH'S LIU PUSllVEl
Is s sure and effectual cart for
And sll the dieasew of ike
Odk, AirEHUL c
ed fwr circular tr
WM K Si.'itb,
For sale bv
C. R. RAUKKR I Co.
KsUsbqry N. C. j
And all principal nruagtat in the I mud
Consisting of Dry goodn fpr Ladies and (tents April .1 Im.,
are now receiving and opening their Urge and
beautiful stovk ol'
SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS.
wear of all dlscripttons.
BOOTS & SHOES,;
Fur, Wool an 1 Straw Hats for Gents and boys. J
PAT EST KD MARCH 1868 J
Mnnofsrtnred and sold by
C. F. BAKER & CO.,
SAUSHVIIY, X. r
In fact all aooo generally kept in a first class , Thev invite their friend t., .all and examina
general tock which ihey arc wiling low for . thw Heater which i- indhoHnaUej Farmerai
cah or barter. And they respectfully ask an Mechanic and Kami lie-. It steasM feed for
examination of their st.K-k pefore making yonr ) Mix:k, limber for mechanical purposes, heats wn
purd.a-es as tbey are. determined to sell at the I ter fur waaliing or cooking pueMea ; boiU
, clothes, Ax. Is perfii'llv portable, and can be
LOWEST FIGURES. :k7jr,.l
it Ecorroaiizss ftjxl
They take this opix-irtunitv of retnniinir their
thnnko for past fsvores and tinite hv fair and 1
i honest dealing and strict attention to business'
lo merit an increase.
R. 3c A. MURPHY.
Salisbury, April 17 3mos.
J. M. MCCORK I.E.
wm. n . BAii.rv
CRAIGE & CRAIGE.
ATTOK.YCVN AT LAW,
Solicitors itt p unhrnprcp.
(7 Special atteQttoiipaid toProceeings
IQ Lanki uyicy.
Is the most powerful cleanser, strengthener
and remover of glandular Ob tructiof.s known
to M nia iuMcdifa.
1 1 is specially 'adapted to consiitions "worn
down "aud debifiuted by the war n weather of
Spring and Sumrmr, when the blood is not iu
;iciive circnlatioi, continently gathering im
purities from sluggishness manifested by Tumor
Eruptions, Blotches, Roils, Pustules Scrofula,
V hen weary and languid from overwork, aud
dullness drowziuess and inertia take the place
of enertry and vigor, the system needs a Tnmie to
build it op and help the Vital Forces to regain
their recuperative power.
In the heat of rummer, frequently the Liver
Splein do not propeily perform their functions
the Uterine ami Urinary Organs are inactive,
producing weakness of the stomach and intes
tines and a predisposition to bilious derange
ment. r. WELLS'
Extract Of Jurubeba
is prepared directly from the South American
Plant, and, is neeuliaily snited to all the-e
difficulties; it will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
streghibeaibe Life Oiv ing Powers, and Remove
all Ooslrne ions troiu Impaired and Enfeebled
It should be freely taken, as Jurubeba ia re
nounced by medics! writers the most efficient
Pnrifier, Tonic and iJeohstrncent known in the
whale range of medietas plants.
) .. i i i
Mar r l.'it Gertificfttfie for aie ltere.
A ieck of cobs or chips will brines barrel
of water io a boil.
This Heater was tcn!ed in If arch, lSf8r
..i.d has already a larger -:! thayi any in tb
market. The housewife can k a meal of v'wS
tuals, do a washing or clean houe without beats
ing the room in which it is placed, or can set ii
up in the door yard and have n 'ir. about tbe
house. The farimr can convey it by hand from
one Itortion of hia nlir lnniil.i.r if i.li4.f
MCCORKLE & BAILEY, and portable ; the fire about rhamhW surto'ind
ed bv water can never burn1 out. tor duraUii-
ATTGRNEYS 5c COUNSELLORS, : lfcwV j1 f ,.M,ur- " h.uliigeni
o r rcor-ni' xv r tanner will be withooi iL The ri.t of .has ofj
SALISRL RT. X. C. any other county in the United -.au-, uo al-!
.Practice in Rowan. Mecklenburg. Cabsrvus, ready sold, will be di..o-ed of oai rca i.sble
llavie. Davidson. Forsrthe. Irdll. Yndkiu l'rm- nH ,ner money in it forfcny practiea(
Stanly aud Montgomery aud in lh Federal
aud supreme Courts
John W. Maunef. Esq.. Special Partner.
mechanic or business man who mav enrage in
I ila manufacture. Iu utility can U be4 apcre-
' ciated by seeing it in operation, and all r. in
vited al call at.
You can asove this Healer under a shade and
Irftil your clothe without rust, save fuel and U-
j bor and aavt your stove, touuiy Rights fur
. aae al rasonable rice.
E. lfaonev and S n
nnst ! Rowan eCoor,, WAIJIJIK II ft il H AKNKRS
t nit mnA " "
Spring Term 173.
The tindrogd , as r smnved)
Irs Mw.i. u, r-is N.ite
ll UMIHTf Ot La S4Mt fastMSI
Streets. 9 1.x re U.hu(w-
Lint attention to !. Uiwa. t'SM mmrm
' gBilff -iif
It appearing to the satisfaction of the (Vwirt
that W in. A. Coil, ie a noo-resoleul .if the Mate
it is oideivd that (Hiblicliuii oc mad fur sii
weeks in lbs "Caroiiua Wstt-bmsn" notifying
the said Coif lhat an aliachaienl bus been iasued
against his proeriv for Iwertly iwn hundred and ' friends invited U call and ve hi at Ml hb at
seventy-nine dollars ami lliree renia. larrsfi I lucniion.
of attachment returnable next leim ul ibis W. J. PlJI VtalKK.
Coart at ihe Court Houm; in 8sli4jury, N. C, . Mar & tf
when and wner.- ihe dcf n-lanl u rcxiuirtsd in
r near and answer ihe comphiut. II 4 U I) W A R I '
JNf). M. CLOl'D. j 'Iisjm y
May 2-6w (pr $3 50pd., Judge
i5 to S19 wSC2 ttXZL A
want Hardware at low
figures, call ou the uud ingund at N i
1). A AtWEIdV
Bnlisbory, IS i. C , May 13-U.