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.. i . AUGU8T 7.
COBN--ncw70 a 72
iFLOUB $4. a 4.25.
'BACON (county) 11 a li nog round.
POTATOES Iriab, 50 a 75 Sweet, 65
CHICKENS 81.50 a $2 per do.
LARD-12 a !5.
FEAT HE RP new, 50.
TALLOW 9 a 10.
RYE 70 a 80.
.WHEAT $1.40 a $1.60.
BUTTER 20 a 25.
DRIED FRUIT -Blackberries,
I'ftt P Y'J'i ofliclliiUl m tbetVcouaeqaanca., Wave
by in anocfc that U . thought tMr l ilv( , lhoa .hileMlnconaUefaie
The Charlotte Democrat baa entered
upon iti twenty-second year, instead of the
second, erroneously printed in lest week's
Hrucuan. 'Accidents will happen," See
: 1ceoval We bad the pleasure of a
call on Tuesday, from Mr. McSwxjJK,
; editor of the Fayctteville Eagle, who was
returning fro tn a trip to AhviIIe, N. C
lie waS looking well, and a happy a a
i miller otTdutvl
ProS -tie Piedmont JWleaYnUial
r . ... til 4 I I . . t. n
.ni j vpi ih ii 1 1 1 1 ii h iivinff fin .iiinni. ilihv i - " .
- 7 " r- -"6 itt not too much to say that nine
Burke county was ki led by lightning on te,y of ... mi.nnJJUnM thllt
Ihurad.ay f . ?" week. Ilia two hornet 1 & ja lbe 0-frid' or
I , 1
be will never recover.
A company of Canadian capitalists have
purchased 15,000 acres of valuable timber
and. 1 be price paid was about 40 cents
per. acre. A wooden railroad is in con
templation and will in all probability be
built at an early day- On the land men
tioned there' are plentiful indications of
the existence of copper, iron and silver, r
Says the Winston Sentinel of the 31st
mat i I ' t s . . i ;.
"An excursion numbering several bun-
dred left this place on last Saturday morn
ing for Greensboro. Many of tbem bad
never aeon or .ridden on thecari before,
left here fi(led"with ' cariosity and came
back filled with wbiskey. A large num
ber of both sexes and all ages assembled
at the depot 'to see tbem off, and were on
nana to welcome mem Daca again, ana
seemed to take as much interest in the
affair as if it bad been a hanging'
Enterprise in Watauoa A com
pany of Canadian capitalist have pur
chased of Mr. Council B.ion, thirteen
thousand acres of timber U::d in Watauga
county. The price pnid wan fortv cent.
an acre. The entire tract in covered withil,e
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ih! finest and most valuati ttmaer, com-
Dr. I. W. Jones of Rowan County waa
called in to se'e three patients (col.) at one
house aged 93, 97 and 104. The young
est died, the other two recovered. The
oldest has been blind for 20 years. 1
tattling. Many. a uoble spirit has been
excited to sic U of desperation, aud made
to sacrifice hts life or tutnre happiness, by
this criminal love of interfering tn the
affairs of others by reailfng seaudal and
repeating what they know to be. false.
Society U. full of just such people of both
sexes, male and female. 1 he mid night
assassin. Who stealthily breaks in upon the
sandflies of the private home of a family
and thrusts bi stiletto into the heart of
the unsuspecting victim is no more respon
sible in the sight of God for the life he
has taken than are those eternal tattlers
who rush ; from house to home, from
party' to party, to probe the festering
sores pf individuals by the repetition of
the slanderer s gossip. Let public senti
jneut -i correct . this crvinz evil, and no
laws wi'I be required to correctjhe lesser
one of duel ling, which it occasions.
!nibiiitmi.iii.ii.ia. Am :
uSii.iui, laa. in louowwe very teiraU ace oi. moiU wu fr b
,nitwuttJ iti tint wtifraubwUMrt ji't ; crnt rriurn tiini(. M. "
priidog blackwaliiiit,the different Vnri
tiea-bf ftlfe iak, icbtstmt&cicc.
wooden railroad if in contemplation t
will in all probability be coiMtruct.Ml at
early flay. On the lisnd, fiiiaWsiion
plentiful ind'catiorf' of irfppCT, iron i
ThsJMost Extbaordin aett Murder
ON Record- The Winnsbor i (S. C.)
Newsil the 24:b, has the following:
We are airam called npon to chonicle
aiKulifr singular death among the colored
peor'e. Its occurred at White Oak, eight
ii'ilea ;N-rtli t tliH place, which, to aay
K?i8t pi u lu a chintable point
ot view, w, certainly mysterious. Ih
ca..', a reported ta us, is that of fa child
not exceeding eight mouth? of age. killing
another of tiiue months by maiming, biting
aim orainiing uuui lire, waa. ai.xpairea or, a
to bite io dealli another of its playmates
i " i mm ' V e lofqi'arj giving nameA tinttl we learn
Toe Diamond Cotton Ciioppek ! T!lj- akliou-U from the source
Cultivator!-The. above i the nam of j we uurivea pe information mo facts cati-
;ot oe ;tii.putea. l nis oemg ma season
y hive been a case
may not ; can cuhej
in. m y iieuis veil t iei us uavc mc itcis
nut wt'iioiiB ii ii 1 1 1 iiiQ,n.a. uipnu vi
a fLt which the young cannibal na
. V i. spti ifi . , -. . c' . -13 i,, ft
lemptetFa few days previous Tn attemj
Has vbeeu before the pu
tMPOKl1AtN:T:'LK OFl . EW ADVEKTI8EMEXT3
a ry ingenious pioce of machinery whirls j 't oe .iiitea. ln,
wan exhibited yesterday by the inventor he dog dar?; it rnft
in iiout of tj.e YarbrouSh House. V(v f pM0 or " '
epnfees o.tir, kMiegeotagijuJr ira
pleinqnts is limited but from what wo "do"
and ws hope the proper authoiitiei may
be alil to s,olve the mystery.
O. W. Long living 9 miles cast of this
r!ace buiied bis oldest son, aged about 5
yetirs on last Saturday, 2nd inst., aud his
youngest aged about 18 months on MoiT-
dy 4th. Disease of first, inflamation of know about tlieni we are inclined to re
thc brahi; of the last, Cerebro Spinal gard this as .joue of the greatest lah ir-
Uis second son ia living; pav,r? w t Xi 1 s , , T
I m iIviii( ltli(Vn(rn hut' r(An h; nj'pntw
wa lnvpn hi nv'r a vetir Arn. i r. runti i it:n F.um: now imuit n-iw 'n m nit
. m ' mi I r ' J R I ' i ' u - t n n coo
Mr. KDKCKEaT, or Wilmington, it will ploughs And bills tho cotton .at the same -bauds OfKhe treasurer of Kansas, of which
to seen, is stopping for a short time in our tfiflt and will Jdo tlie work of five n el I nobody- ill u?.uin the ownership. It
town : and those of our citizens who need hands, and the; work done by it is superior, seems phginaUy to have como oat ot the
in many renpects to that done oy a noe. pocket t ot senator romeroy, ana was
ft id vrv AiinnlA. lronr und lnruhlp aiuI hunHcd to A. -M. Ynrti mpmher nf the
. ii' n . -ii .i I r - i r" r- f ....-,.. -.. .-,.. ,.. ... --. . -
renfftatum tbaa anv other prmtriiuirr nAi.
cine' of the present day Ax tkia- perrNl
there are bat- few unacquainted ;with the
menu of the. Pain Kuxsa ; ut while some
extol is as a UnimeuU they know bat little
of its power ia easing pain whu uken inter
nally; wnue. otaer use u internally with
treat saecess. bnt are equally ieoorant of its
baling virtues when applied externally. We
therefore wunjosay to all. tnatius equally
succeasful. whether used internally or ezter-
1 1 T t" - ' 1 . . . .
naiij. ii ia sumciroi viuace of us virtues
as standard medicine to know that it is now
used in all parts of the world, end that ita use
ia constantly increasing. No curative ageut
has had sueh a wide spread i sale or given
such universal satisfaction. 1
Davis' Pais-Killkr is a pnrelv vee- ta-
ble compound, prepared froin the bst and
purest materials, and with a care that insures
the most perfect uniformity in the medicine ;
and while it is a most effective remedy for
paiJi ik ia a j'ruwiy 1410 luouictue, ervu ID
the most uuakillful. hands. I
It is eminently a Familt UtDlciSEj and
by being kept ready for immediate resort.
will save many an hour of suffering, and
many a dollar in time aud doctor's bill.
After over thirty years trail, it i et'll re
ceiving the most uoquallified testimonials to
its virtue, from persons of the highest char
acter and respousibi'ity. Euiioent Physieians
eotnmeud it a a most effectual preparation for
the fextiiirtiun of paiu. It U not oly the
best remedy ever know forl'ts. Barns. Arc.
bat f r Dtfeutery, or Ctidtern. br aifj nrl
of bowel coinplaiut, it is" a remedy unsur
passed f r etneieucy.-and rapidity of action.
In the great cities of India, and other hot
donates, it has become the standard medicine
for alt snch complaints, as Well as' for Dys
pepsia. Liver Complaints, j and all other
kiudred disorders. For Coughs and CUs.
Canker, Asthma, an I Uhemnalic ditficulties.
it h.is been proved by the most abundaut and
eouviueing testiuiouy to be an iuvaluable
luetlieiiie. ' , .-..
v wonM enution the publtn against aU
imititimis of Our preparation, either in nauS
or ttyle i f putting up.
REAI.JRST4TR :' H9?wPa waleohfe-
f .'i wiiroftVr.tdr lateral the CKirf HoVe' i
saiisuuryt oetwees 11 antl,12 o'jclotlt, Saturday J
Angnth, 1873. Tlie following" very de-iraUU,
r"'".'! "'""V iih ikhiiiuuwiimm ctiii rrturn imik M- Yimi, A 1 rx . ..T's.
' wa m 9 mm w-a wmiwm
inirticuHitdi viluabU a-k-
cuy and partly in the corporate lua?M,iWiai)d-., wich St , , Y. 4w
mn m m mkt a & mmm - r r -
in 4 566, toslhr with a j acres of grouudscom-
pruinggivruenanu lawn, i lie tiouse is two stories
abova brick batftnenU 26x12 feet, with 2 veran
das 9x42 feet, 'containing 10 rooms with fire
places i hal 4 pantries, and 4 cloaei. The
rooms and hal la are olastered in hard finish,
and the floors of the basement laid in cement.
and are perfectly dry. lbere m aluo.onllie
premiites a well iff toft cool water, with a bead of
16 feet, and ao situated, aa to be easily conveyed
to the baaement rooms, dairy, and fraroVa : a
brick ice house, snd dairy, brick smoke house
a substantial crib and stables. Office with brick
chimney, and one of the finest of vegetable gar
dens, well stocked with choice strawberries, ap
plea, pears, cherries, grapes &c ' j ;
The lawn is shaded with oak trees wHit h hnve
been topped aBbut 8 years. The location has
proved to be very healthy., and iatone of the
root desirable in this part of the country. Alo,
adjoining tlte above property, a tract of CO ncre
of lirtrate land, of soft red loam soil, which un
der proper cultivation would produce the mo-t
satisfactory crops of grain, cotton, and particu
larly clover, and is beautifully situated for
Tt model farm. There i on this tract a grove
ofOarrea. The tree are nicely topped. From the
Groremsy be. had a very frneviewof thecitv and
surrounding cotiptry. Alo, another tract of
lo acres lyinjr in, the survey of Lnion Hill, of
excellent lnnl having on it coniueralle wood,
alo 5 uprinf oi water anJ a site for Tanyard
or DitiIIerr, "
The title to these lands is complete and mav
be een at mv office.
l'nrate oners ror the purchase of tins proper
y will be entertained, and Col. J. A'. BrauVnaw
will take pleasure in showing the premises or in
aiioruing any omer iniormauon.
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
July 2,tf r - . Attorney.
2-Mb Thousand in Pro S.t. :
x,uw more LIVE AOfcNTS WaNTFD Cor ouri
over 600 pag only $ .5J. Look out for in
ferior works. Send fu,r circular A proof of the
jr re test siiccew of the reason. Keport just in.
1S4 nbs. in six dars. v
HUBBAUD BHUd., Pub's, 723 Sanson St,
1 luhu. I'a. ;
SUilLROCl- 1E4T.S HAVEPROVED
JTSiM .T5njt often tbefels a'ny. difficulty in
findi.ng an riwner fr S7,00f, and yet that
is the. Bum! now cuius a-becsinc in tli
For Picnic3, Parties & Festival?.
A first class Soda Fountain complete, in all
respect? reaJv for use, to rent bv the nav, on
ijood Serin-'. Also Ice 'add Soda Water on
draught daily from one of Tuflls Arctic Foun-
their pianos cannot do better than ln ?W re?.ls w' lDal T? - li' i 07?
r .. ... . lit is. veryanqple, .strong and durjible, and handed
to give mm a eaii. ue win promptly Jf adobted'by our eaton planters. ihe Kansa Setiate. Mr. Yorke charcfid Mr.
respond to calls left as directed in his begging of negroes to chop cotton at SI 50 Pomeroyl with attempting to bribe him,
iper-rlay wijl cease
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Rkadino Clud. We are always glad
to hear of the enjoyment of our people,
old and' young, and have been particular
ly well pleased to hear of an effort to cul
and:ex.hibited the $7,000 as proof of the
weignty accusation, mr. x omtroy ex-
the money to
storth passed over Morganton on Sunday Vorke W;trtist,-tT) te dehveTrd to a cerUin
nieht. Mrs. Beach., a hiehlv resoectable Page, who wa about to establish a nation-
old lidv of ROl was killed hv liirhhiiii?. al bank. 1 Mr. Paee acquiesced in this
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Kll.LED BT LiaHTNIKO. A fearful plaiueobilwtie;had gtreis tl
mton on Sunday Yorke TO;trhstptofoe dehter
While the family were all atsuouei. Mrs. statement, jand. .forthwitli, brought suit
tivate social life among our young people B. stepped into another room and was a gainst jYorke for the mney, which, in
by formiug a Reading Ulub. Wa trust it getg cup (irom tn? cupDoara. wnen o "cP""lcu "
t -it tuJ -1 tt I. n.KI. sne was strucsiaeau. i ne ngiuning ursi ",V5,H; V"U";"
may. ucceed in all lb good. Iti. capable flruck a tree in front of u.e houa. then advlsjdfaiat Mr. Page has abandoned the
of yielding to its members. h of . the tlli oId jad snitUnd there is no claimant. Had it not
best b given to the honest inmates of tho
Kansas penitentiary fox a Christmas
diuner. ; I
July 24, tf.
C. IL BARKETl & CO S.
i Drug Store,
STOLEN $50 REWARD.
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otoien irom tne suoserioer s
Vtable, six miles Eat of Salinba
ry, on the night of the 9th of June
last, a dark cheenut bay, nearly black, black
mano and tail, with a small white. Knot on the
left shoalder, behiud the collar1. The ripht fore
foot stands a little Qt. I wilt pre tho above
reward lor the recovery of the Alnle, if return
edtome. DAVID BOGBK.
Solisbury, July 23J, 187-t. 1 3wpd
Desirable Proi'erty to be Sold.
Attention is invited to the Advertisement
the corner of the house, then this old lady.
tier skull was fractured in more than one
place, and what is rather unusual in snch
a" ae " w w a. a
cases tlie skin was torn, tier clothes
5. F. Bkrskam't Sew TatMse,
2 WATER WHEEL
Ts ke the Ct crrr lsTtste4. ft
Pamphlet free. AjlJre, YORK Pa iw
Extract Of Jurubebi!
i prepared directly front the fomh American
V i"tY."" U P,r',,,' "it,, all these
d fficurv.; u mU clesn-e th Vitiated BJeoH,
.trerhtnVn the Life Oirlrff Pevers, aad Renv
all UtKtructions from Impaired and Enfrttled
I) shoolj be freely taken, as" JoroUba U pre
onnced by medical writer the aot rfitieat
. . Tonie ,nd eoLnrorirEl knoww ht ike
wuok ranje of ancUonal plants-
Offi-r extraorJicarr iodcftitBt tn AkU
frieaJf and customers this Season.
of John S. Henderson, Ksq.. offering for r onrlr nher family had some
"sale the handsome re.idenc. and other tYS&tol.fdmt
property belonging, to Col. John A. Brad
shaw. There are but few more desirable
locations to be found. It is partly in the
corporate limits, the buildings are all new,
very handsome and conveniently arranged.
Persons desiring delightful residence in
or near Salisbury should net fall to ex
amine fbis property before the sale. The
sale takes place at the Court House,
Saturday August 9th, 1S73.
We do not know the name of the man
whotpld tlie following story of Anchises
Brown, 1 If we did we would be perfectly
A Skull Embedded ik Solid RocajF'!'mff Hrcomme",iuinto nX wa
-T.he Osage Miesion (Kas owrrtagiveB- WAAt fcood atrong,- vigorous Jtaf, who
an account of a late discoverv near the will hesitate at nothing. Brown, i( is
western line of; .-the county, "it is a hu- alleged, us a very bald head, and ho used
" . 9 ' I . - ,! .I'll . . t
it v I charcoal. ! One day the littlo ones grew
It is that of ilic cranium of the human hired of jliat game, and started to play
BDetiesj of lawe size, faabeddeft In ediifflo- "mumleyrpeg" with a jack-knife, and at
merate rock of the tertiarv class, and le firet blow drove the blade half an inch
found several feet beneath the surface. to Brown skull -Nobody ever ascer-
for the game
took a turn
Mrs. Win. M. BARKER
will resume the duties of her school August 18th.
Terms one dollar per month: in advance, or
one and a half at the end of each month. u
July 10, 4t, j
The firm of Daows A Wkast is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. All persons indebted
to the above firm will nettle the same With L. V .
Brown, who has taken the Tools', and will carry
on the Tin and Stove business.
W. A. WE A NT.
Salisbury, N. C, July 12th, 1873.
MDCa CL are now, receiv
in their usaat luge stock' 6f "Spring Goods,'
Consisting of all crimes of goods adafptea to this
section of Obunrrr. '
Tbeir tock is full and complete In sfl descrip
tions uf Prints, Black and Btowrt Demestica.
Linens ami Drills, Dress, roods liv the wewest
styles Lailies' ready lusde suits, a most beautiful
slectujii oi.Lnstsimers and Uoalmg. PmU Jeans
of all kindi. Thir stock of Clothing, shirts and
hirninhing goods f the largest and nu4t desira
ble to be found in this market. A full and com
plete stock of Shoes, ilats, Hooey gloves, Rib
bons &c. Sugar,Coifee','Mola8fta,andall kinds of
Theirjferms arxrtrtcAlfrtshrand barter with
a few exeeptrbnsT -Thoseh ird reliable and
prompt in pavinztbeiriiccpuritslLatTordMthem
pleasure to acebnimodate.Tfr enable them to
sell roods at dose'pnees. which thTaredete
rained t do,- thU'rvoITcvy lsK beew adapted, when
goods are sold en time to indifcf rmioate parties,
hearyjosaes will occur from this Bankrupt and
1 1 omeead prov isiboa of the la wnd w h en 1 osses
are sustained by merchants, It isa well stated
fact that such losses are" met and it ia reasona
ble to suppose that, the Iose,tori jmad up as
far a practicable, raltsStfrfcfffwiTingcus
omcrai? Terhave Jiierhiiak-dicfsft fl'this way
and barter prices and credit no man who i
unworthy of it
They are thankful to theitd.iilv friends and
customers for their very liberal cuMom snd con
fidence, sad hope.WaiU(d OeotU at low
prices to secure their continued favor.
MOCK & BROWN
March 27 tf O rs f
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Neglect a Co:i2h. Nothing ia morrtA!n
to lay the foundation fur folurrwilconsenafim
A cli ff Carbolic Tablets
are a sure cure f..r a!l4 dias of the Ile?pirt-
lory Urgan, ure I hr.i.it. Cold, Croup, Dip
theria. Asthma. Catarrh 1 Inar..-.... T.-...-r
' r m.' . v.
In all cases of sudden cold. howrrr tV.n
these Tablets should be lr)nut,TandrrelTM.,
They eualite the circulation i, the 1UmL miti
gate tht-seventy of ihratlavk snd will in a rrry
short lime, restore healthy action to the affect
ells' Carbolic TiMcfs are rut nn nnlf In
bltuboxct. Take no nubiitutr lfn .n't
be found at your druggi'l's a.nd at once to the
Agent in .Vw ork, who will forward them bv
Don't be Deceived .y Imitations.
Sold by drusrei-ts." Price 2 rents a box
John Q. KELLOtKi IS Platt-M, Nw York
4w end for Circular o!e Agent for the United
States, 1 j
CH OIL ERA.
ran vthtbd; sr using
B ROM 0-CHL0RALUM,
The Neie Odorless and Kon Poisonous
Powerful Dctobrfccr and Disinfectant.
It destroys all bnd ordors and
anatrbns sbont your premises, and thereby pre
vents contagion and i-ontains no poison and
htm 4i0 ordor of its own, and is alway safe.
ijpiDmaawsruea by the AyrltlCAX I.NrrrT-
CTK to TlLDKN & Co.. for IJRo.MO-CnLORALrM.
They consider it of vjslua as bebig non-poisoo-
uua anu mooorous, arict can recommend it es
pecially for medical ami general honsehold
purposes where du-ipfeclion and deodorizalion
u called for." Kxijibitok o- 1872.
Prepared only Ly ; TILDE W di Co.
XSyi'l"! U ,'lnigsiMt .2ew York.
is larger, more select, and tnnra rarWctha
ever before. It was bought f.r eh aad at
a time lica goods w-rr t-ry Wr ia,lb
Northern markets, llmce, they are better
prpaied tliao erer. sut all tat'es ao
fancies, and to gire Wtlrr bargalas for cU
They made their pnrchate of
for laJies, geatlnnen and f LilJren, more a
speciality than hrrtof.re.j abj really f4
anxious to hare their fri-iJ rail and ex
aroioe their stock. They think it iselegaMt
it is certainly ile.iinc to the eye. and fnvali-
t ty considered) it is anusually rlteap. But.
1 - .-u:
comprising all that they hae uuallj.kept.
with additional iteras of ai traction. They
can meet the demands of (lie Farmer. , the
Mechsnir, the Artisan, aad many ct the
ProfeSMonal man. It ir a rotrrrw'itniom
01 vntfir cuiiomers. "Aierotiey as'epe ery
Lbing and the bt." J j i. j
1 Tbey desire to call special atleatiowtio a
new branch grafted this Spring, Uviti
A MILLINERY DEPAKTMfiiT.
TTiis was designed for the arrpm'mod.tto
of their ady customers, and it has beeitoru-.
notiDced by many of them as a decided Suc
cess in its genetal see stij itetnited Jetsi's.
It is under the inunediale Sdpervlsisklif Mrs.
II aly burton and Hiss ilcnrray. who ! are
erer ready to reapond to rails of: their
customers. Call and see, and hear prioes.
MERoSKY & BCD.
May 8-tf. w I i
skull embedded tn a roekfiand wasi u pcimiiuw cimuren wamusu mcinftires
tht' to. lidif by bListiiig. r. J. G. while he look his afternoon nap by play
cibievotOsaee MissfbntliuTdescribes mg tit tat jon bis scale with pieces of
Kittrell Springs, in Granville Co., N. C, parts of the frontal parietal and occupital tained who wouldhave won, f
cures jaundice and Serofula. bones were carried awiiyby explosion, stopped suddenlyfand Brown
Healing Springs, In Davidson Co., cure lbe piece of rock holding tho remains
debilitated people, especially have we we.g... eome .ur.y o, uy Punue, w,m
koown lt to relieve sickly women and lbr0li5b ,ere runs a veiii rd quaMi. or
within the cranium crystalized organic
matter, and by the aid of a microscope
presents a beautiful appearance.
' cuuurcu. j
' The gun Powder Springs, lit Iredell,
like the whito Sulphur in Catawba, cure
all diseases likely to be benefitted . by
uerenrial aget,ts. . . , 1
There are many, other mineral waters
at another game in which ho chased each
cnrid 'aTquna niui witn a supper. lie
lojtrw urii li bia bit nn nnw. Ifir A ihlr I 'ng pneeS,
- I If lno.fAiiHh iniih I.H.M
VIIV IVMIIII IIVt. IWIVI .
One-half and five-eights
The Tinning Dusiuess.
The Tinner's Tools of Messrs Brown & I
Weant having fallen into my possession, I will cultural StxagTT, uMU pu
carry on the Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper ware 1873, a resolution was pa&ted,
i,...;nn. : ... 1 1. ... i?:n ,i..'it . .
Roofing, Guttering Ac., at reasonable rate. I
trilbnlso liave for sale. Cooking Stoves that I
can recommend, and that will give satisfaction.
1 am not responsible for any debts the firm of
Brown A Weant may have contracted.
I am txU. prepared to cut good Stencil Plates
I s -a m m
ior mniKing looacco, riour 6., at lite follow-
NORTH CAROLINA FRUIT.
Penna. Horticultural' Society. vihh'T.
At a Meeting of the PexxsyLvaVia Horti-
4he.20th of Msy,
as follows :
Rttolced. Tho Pennsylvania Horticultural
Society having learnetl thai the soil find climate
of North Caroliu: is exceedingly uvorable to
THE aOSPELS AND ACTS.
By Rev. Ai.ruf;D sevix. m 15., D. 1)
embrai"es the International Series of Lemons
for three years. Every pastor, teacher and fami
ly needs it. Kndorst-d by ProidcnU McC'oh,
Cobletgh, King, Wallace, Bishcri Simpson,
Stephens, Haven, sad the Clergy and Press in
all parts of the country. Agents wanted. Lib
eral terms piven.; Add res- ZIEGLEtt A
McCTRDY, 513 Wrch St., Philadelphia Pa.
A Wosx ar Iktensk 1ImikitiJItixmc v4Lcr 1
Ly the giflcfl eon 0 Ihefamout ' PETER PA Rr
LEYP The rrfulioj grtnt historical rctenrtk :
An Authentic Uii-t)rv of Navasxtion snd its
Manifold I)icomirf ninee the Flood. Abound
Vitlif tSrUingseirfrxr,.resrrul D'umtcrt, Iw
less i'iries.iUI5dyJ?aBJi. and Glorious Arkirt-
inrnr4;aIao1escntef Ihrtnj, IdcympMinj, Ocean
Ewherits, Ac. Ovfr 200 Spirited Cut, Subject
New iVtes Low, AGENTS WANTED.
HuI.CAllI) BlUJcS, Pubs, 723 fcwsom St.
Uiltefjr Laige Illa-trstrU 1'ilcc Lut
O. O. tacOoy. -j J. It. JJaUey,
G. G. McCX)Y &"C
Grocers arul Prorisioa MerhscU and aJioJe-
me aeaiers in 1 onicctionanes, Lmea U
tobacco and grain f 1 " .
OLD FORT, UY.
loo, Hides, ' I
Fmr, Feathers, ' -i
Tea s, Col tern , r
and all kinds of Country Proiuce. Cotton vsms.
Domestic, Nails, Powder, aod Coal Oil: alvsys
oa hand. (
Agents for the best guanp and sJlosp"sates,
busliels fine Moonlaia Appleal For
sale by G. Ct McOOY A OO.
4 nice lot of rountrr etifrd hams. Vormla
V lowhr "G. (1. McCUYACO.
April 17, 1873 tf j l;
J. M. MCCOBK LE.
wx. IT. axtXtY.
jyjcCORKLE & BATLTY.
Fasten Yodr Mind." The L ncl
burg Rffpitbtican ; relates the following: A
5 cents per letter.
Three-lburtbs&one in., letters 7
Qreat Western Qon Works
SillTIIFIELI) .ST. PITTSnrRGH PA.
i Breei-Iloadine Wir.t (iuiu Sift i. $.100
TV.Mir.ls ?nfi f:..na'e i-ji I and Simreme Courts
- - - O J " - . , . " . w ' , v w v ' w. .Jililliv tllill. V1 1
the production of fine r ruit, we hereby esrnesu vc $20 Ritfe, $-S fo$75. Kercdrprs. $4 to S2o
ly invite the t rm( (Jrower, Societies and Ania- Pistols, SI to ISS. Gon Material. Ki-liine Tsckle
tenraofUiai State to semi specimens of their Large ducO'inl 10 Dealer or Clubs. Army Guns
products, sucit as j Apple, iVar, Urape, and 1 KeToIem.lr-; ixiuzht 4r trailed 4irr (iood
specimens of native V ine, Ac, to the Autumnal scut by express C. I). I), to be esamined before
Exhibition of thu Society, to be held in Phila- paid fr. i 4W
Os Tcksda.y,:8eptkmber lGih, 1873,
To continue four days, and that tables be set
apart lor the display of this i; ruitgand that
ATTOttNEYS & COVK5ELL0BH,
SALISBURY. X. C. ' :
Practice in Rowan, Mecklenburg. Cabamta,
Davie. Davidsoo. Forsytbe. Iredvll, Yadkin.
Stanly aud Montgomery and ia the Federal
Persons livint in other Towns or in the conn- Money Premium., aud Med.iU be awarded by
. ! a a. .1 -l.i f t i . r
A Memphis Matrimonial Misuxdei;
STaKDIXO. Memphis, Tenn., has had
another sensation, ot rather a complicated
I -v V -k M JBm Bv BI H 1 1 11 I L :f BF
tanut-rau I Ins wile called at acertain photo- iry, warning oiencii naieamavcaicuiate tne cost mc prosier conimiiiecs, ior sucn collection 01 - aiyiS"y lllMV
graph gallery last weelc to order some m"eluI thei ,en2 "UlLin of lturV wi.l,h, Fmh, agreeabl o the published sehedt.le of ' tJLJn ,
b , J f, , P. O. money Order for the amount, and I will the Society. t ......
photographs of her, and whilo the operator Cllt theStencil Plate and forward by return mail In accordance ith this resolution, the Com- Tl,e startling drawback on nearly ail medicine
wi t gonitis ready tho husband gave the if possible, free of Postage. mittee of ArruigehienU will send this circular ajeuU have ever been that in their process of
wife a litll adviee aa to how she should ' rarS- sr t.i. m to numerous Fruit Growers, and terons inter- purgation and purification they have slso de-
in the State equal. to any in the world, we nature. First, a youthful citz.u eloped : "Fasten your mind on something," aiw,aVe for sale the "LiuleGem" for mark-
appose, whose virtues have scarcely be- with a young ladv who was intended by he M He will langh and spile Unz clothing, Cards, Ac., with Indelible Ink.
Iff "'c i viiiiin. -uuui cany uaji i i n iivrra ran ue cnangeo 10 pnniarry na
i.- la v -wa
tl..;. ;MM.:.. I ner parents tor tanomer. and married h
,. f I on Friday last, j The same day the bride 7ur fatheYjgot in jail," and your mother very neatly. Price complete $1.23.
vicinity it wouia oe weii 11 some one wmi ir hcr tmu, . WHS au bolder, and what you'd been
qualified tor the dutj, would prepare tor AHa Was b.ckexUfp by hex l her till the I UMt pited you 1 Jest fastetryour
j . :u: .i.:i t: i !?.fT lr .., .1. 1 ..A ' .u... i . ci j:.i. 1
Ut-'and locations. I application for a divorce. Mejintime the
' r- T - -'' newly married husband was not entirely
FoaLossxor ArprrrTE. Dyspepsia, Indt. d,c- He snd the intended husbsnd went
ge-tion, Depression of 8pirits A General De- mne. .! Wt a wtiipufi.apy cremontotis
m ad rm to that 1
p mtograplis taken.
ravsic stad. ;
The best Portable Musio Stand in the Worhl
ested in this subject, with the schedule of Pre
miums, and rtsiectfiilly solicit their aid and
co-operation to make the display of Fruit from
North Carolina an honor to that Stare.
It is desirable to have the packat of Fruit
reach Philadelphin on Monday, September l .th
O....I. . . . K. . l U J
I bilitated the system. To obviate this dir&cultv
physicians long soaght for an agent that would
l U KG E P U III F Y A X I) ST RENGHEN
At one ahd the satuc time.
Their research Itis al la.-a teen rewarded hr a
discoverv which fully realizes (he fondest desires
. . ..... L " . ....
ol the medical faculiv, and which is justly re-
John V. Mauney, Efq.J Special Partner.
RALEIGH, .. C. '4
roUXIJJIlD MAT. mix
Right Rev. Thos. Atkinson; D. D- VIitor
Kv. Aldcrt SniedeJ 1). D- Rector.':
Rev. Bennett Sraedcs, A. M., Assist Sat
The sixty third term of this school will cos,
mence on the 2?th day of July. - I
For a circular a;ply to the Rector. j
June 19, lroo. I
irill. . ...i c mi - i. t r I ...
She didn't have any for Brass Bands. It is very neatly and atrongly 'h IXu Z"? ' 1 .t..Urai ii-.., garJejM tbe rooM .'...porun, triumph that Phsr
i be a f ; inner nan ev
Wlitfrin their various for his, FEaao-Piio8K)ii-TPf!,,D'nrle' Pr9ceeded lo '-cn,I,?e shts
I .: t a a. JT a . !' l
avko Elixir of Causata: made
IaxardA. Co., New York,
juruggists, ii the beat tonic A
ior patients recovering from fever or other sick-
, r aaao-rnosro- r r . , life havt as In
mad, by CAswell with;,Mch other,-- but, fortunately, aliased W
r. and aoM by all their, nark, and then Ml into the embr.ee
U.stimulantinl. of lhH: v : , - ;Lir ,T ilf
THE WEAR AND TEAR OF LIFE.
The cares, anxieties and misfortunes
life have as Innieh to do with shortening
y are in fact the source of mauy
physical disabilities. Nervous
weakness, dyspepsia, affections of the liver.
made weighs less than two pounds and, can
.- H .'
( pacaea in a smau spaces ' -
Falentetl Sept. I3ih, 1870: Aug. 6th; 1872.
Z. iHnroma awarded by the American Institute
Exhibition New York, 1872. r
ps or u jjT-fcr) IMMEDIATELY,
it as . . - . .
one or two gooa srass uxuners.
Lti V. BROWN.
Salhihnry, N. O, July 17th 1873-tf. o
ion lraporuot at-
. I. : i
hirr mUMwil ien kAniKittVrni nr .Ant I . . T
to tha same atWreha. , r . ir I t.. tn-.... ---. vi -.- -m
v t , V Yt&ikSi - w,,ich Purif the loKi nd "move all cornmt
bapetyttnient humors and unheal, v accuc.ul.tion. from the
I t .Ilor.kttltuaf H ill. . m j .. i l i -..j
pllia.Julr 1st -rj. J""i Whatever, but on the contrary tones the stomach
ness. it has no equal. If uken during the
on It prevents fever and ague and other Inter
Avitlent fever. 4.
, Bogus Charlet BROwxLowi Pom
TRAIT "True only to filth, to falsehood,
to blackening character, to blackguardism
and to W. G. Brownlowr
Doubt snck to be tbe case T
. Then look npon his ace I -That
brow bf bloodless Was ,
Those snske eyes (in the grass j)
Those lurid lips so thin I '
That death's head, in a grin J
No demon bajf so fell '
' - vOasps from the deptjbs ot heUf
No wizzaxd may invoke
Above bis cauldron's amoke, '
Shadow of ghost or ghoul
' 1 So ghastly and so foulj
r i m
Mseaulay might not spam
A kindlier BarrereJ " I
knd Swift's conceptioA sVa
A lovelier Yahoo)
More mtirderoKs Modoc vou'll jatver see
Than ye bogus ptntoo ol Ts
He, p. U. JJiU.
A rewarkible case of Ion gavUy in one
family exista on Flat River, am ot the
number of seven brotliers. ate of whom
re still living, and wj aggregata 465
y . 5n verf;e of 78 ye ars each. Whert
can It & duplicated? TLy h9 ai on
"V fce97 in Astgust ana who
yioweo last year. TbrthLigM.
A young Kentuckian. a Jaw student at I dtstorbances of the bowels, headache hypo- - - . CCOfS..
Heidelburg, leaped thirty feet into the J chondria and monomania are ain ng these I Klllttz'S Dlirrll6Sl SDBCifiC
ii,ii! r-.iit t . a .i. . . f . r . . I at
' . . . .
imHjrianee mat persons w nose minds aie .i ii -...,.ii-, t--..i.
, j - i viiit-i j aasasa i ir. nvi wuifinuiti bus lumi'
oppressed with heavy business repousibr.it lea I unbU Family medicine is truly mspecifi -.
or harassed by family troubles, or excited by It is pleasaut to the taste, perfectly safe uu-
Rhine and rescued the daughter of the
Count of RetgerpV one of the wealthiest
South German nobles. Then some pretty
things occurred. - Her fattier went himself
to tht savior of his daughter, and, after
thanking him in the most-touching man
ner, brought him to the young countess.
The tatter thanked young Good win with
tears in her eyes, and said that her life
long gratitude belonged to him. During
.1 - . .' ' f I- ..'. '! H ' It I m "
tne ne rewNiaysnne twovwere een tre
and yvyiiodjr in Hwppfctievca that
they are i; engaged . nr ijeaTtled. ? v bo
wouldn't save pretty jjirlsou bt Rhine
from orownnigi ; t
speculation.ior perplexed by a multiplicity dfrallircamstnnces. and does not constipate
..!. r , the bowels after using. Certifieiates eon Id In;
f enterpr ses. or in any way overtaxed or uU- frmn ,njin (f bejl, i-,.-,. hl!tth.
overwork should keep op their sUminalaiediciue is offered simply on U merits. Tr, J?.
by i he dad v use of a wholesome tonic, lit. "A single lise will prove its valor. k----i;t;..
i w I i vi huo auunvaiva v
I U - X - I 1"
. " -!
' The Empress '.Eugenie: has Lopes of
seeing bee abh restored 'to. tlie"'ib rone of
Franc She aaai "The TufureTis ours,
and .Trance wHl lead the reactioa against
the forces wbickhave seemed to threaten
ib4 -elNiiten4 iot-scW'ty- . and Religion
woagnoai Europe.". "Sbsi aawin the
future that "France may again!. be at the
bead f nations, the' robbers driven out of
aoe, the Fop. reatored, German v divid
ed Into lujxnifiia JStaleiand Aiutrta again
'.'! : - i ' J Til, I
Urp." Beaeh , a lad t of ,60 . yearf oOare
I Fas killed byJiehtnine in Morranton on
Vm S' r. w - -v,.
ounpjsy sign. iasw oo says iberjricaiHoni
Thousands of persons thus eircumstansed are
enabled to bear up against the difficulties in
which tbey are involved, and to retain thejr
strength,, health and mental clearness, by the
regular use of Hostetter's Sumach Bitters.
Diseases which are prone to attack the body
when debilitated and broken down by over
much brain work or exhausting physical la
Prepared and sold only-by
TflEO. r. KLUTTZ.
Druggist, Salisbury, N.C.
.June 26 tf.
SPFfllAr TKRAf OP pnTAMeve'yyt0jd'rrm;n'I the land:
" ' , " - . " Sent under
nvigofalssh4Jpo4v dnriof !jhe.p-trew of
their operation. Titer unite the heretofore irre-
Just jwiblis'ied, a now ediition of concilable qualities of a Strengthening Purtative
Dr. Calverwt ll'e Oelebrat- and a Pnrifymr Tmc.
ed Bnav on the radical cure Dr. Tutt's Pills are the most setiveand sesreh-
( without medicioe) ot .Spkbi.tobhiioe.. or J ing medicine in exlniene, They at once attack
beiumal L jssos, iveaiuicis. Involuntary Semi 1 the very root of diseases, snd their actien is so
nal IupjTBNCV. Meutal and Physical I prompt thit in aa honr or two after tbev are
Incapacity, Impedimehts to Marriage, etc. : taken the pitient is aware of their rood effwt.
also. CONsrMPTidN, EftUEPsr and FlTS, indue-I They mar be taken at nnv lime without ras
ed by self iui'ilgduce or sexual extravagance traint ofdiet or orcuiiation ;tKrv prodnce neith-
CT" Price iu a sealed envelope only Mx cent, 1 Cr nanea, ernpinjor debilitv, and as a family
Th - kAlKa was. I ,.i tv tvt.. A V; A.)tnirni1n 1 1 .1 ; i
luc vcicuinkcuHiutu' iu tum uviusis nwiv i mffKi icjfis" t.iis?r nifi no ri v I.
say, clearly deinchniraTe from a thirty years, J pfice 3 cenu a box. Sold by all DnnrisU
(raenoosofself ahsa may 1U. radiialiy cured
rouue of internal medicine
the knife; ptlnticg out a
mode of cure at once idinp'e, certain, and ef.
fectusj. by- ocaus of whieh every sufferer nn
matter what his ctuiuitiou miy be, may .care
ClrTiHs lecture snould bom tn nines dm
Pcron wishing pire hnmeraade liquors and
the very best iniorted wines cm alwiyWfind
them ai the Star SAUojon '4
ifaia Street, .1 rlnor$ kf S'iJkurj ffei.
All my whi'kies and Brandies are obtained
direct from the best and most reliable distillers
in 3. C. 1 keep no others. Wy wins are im
ported and are of the brH Variettt as spy jiidge
mav see recalling rn-l -varoir.irt fer hiruself.
1 j. a xinnL
Jnne 19, mo. pd. ( '1
JOHN sTll EN DEH SON.
Attorney and CoitrlseUor trt Lmvi
Solicitor In IlnnLrtip'ry,
SALfSBUIty, X. C. - ;
13 Special attention paid to Procttd-
tugs in oauaruptcy.
Feb. 20,-tf. L
Principal office.18 and 20 Plait SL, N. Y. 4w
A Special Term of Rowan Superior Court for
the trial of Urtmmal and Vtvil issues, to bee in
bor. are kept at bay by the resistant power ' f l"e Monday in August 18.3, has
-.k kiik- i . i been ordered by his excellency Tod. R. Cald-
",,u iu.uiFroi wmc eattows t well, Governor of North Carolina.
the nerviousj system and tbe vital organs. Suitors and all persons bound on the criminal
At season. whn th hit i niuir.tiiux tl, P-k as as all witnesses in civil and
f - , ;- w ,( i-a w.ifip VII
elements of Strength from every pore, an irf-
vigorant Is absolutely essential to the safety
and comfort of the public, and is required
even by the' more robust if they desire to keep
.net. aiuieuc capauuuies iu status ouo.
Hence a eourseof Hosteter's Bitters is parti
cularly useful at tbe period of the year as de
fence against tbtt invisible disease afloat in a
sultry Biosphere. It is the most potent of all
preventive medicines, and for all complaints
whieh affect the stomach, the liver and the
bowel, and, u interfere with tb perfect diees-
tionpd fuj-Utioc, of food, it ts the atand-
.. . .
Criminal cases are required to attend said Term
withoot further notice.
JOHN A. BOY DEN.
Clerk Rowan Superior Court,
Salisbury, N. C, June 25tb 1873. 7w.
When you want Hardware at lo
figure, eall on the undersigned at No. 2
' ' D. A. AT WELL.
8-!ib.ury,tt. C., May 13-tf.
N Marriage' Certificates for utlo Lcre. 1 June 19, tf.
eal. iu a plain envelops, to any
addres, post-pniloi roei;t of aii CeuU. or
two post stan i M. , ,
Address the PiihtUher. ' '
CHAS. J. C. KLIXO I CO.i.
127 Bowery, New York, IW.-Ofiu-e B"X, VeMj.
CATAWBA' HIGH SCHOOL,
ENGLISH and 0LASSICAL,
IVEWTOfV, X. c.
Hie 16th term of 10 weeks will begin the 21st
of Julv. .
Board from $8 to $10, per month.
Tuition froai $8, to $18. per term. ? :
Rev. J. C. CLAPP, A B. ,-PcU.
. Roe. J.i.roiLr Avll. )Ft
July 3, 1873-2uos pd.
II New First Class two-horse wagon
,t for saleApply to , - vi .
7 v ilclBB.c.JO.
Ia the mod powetfol cleanser, strrnrtbener
asd remover of Glandular Obtructkx.s known
ia Ju ateria Alcdtcm.
It U specially adarHed to conditions "worn
down "and dcbililate-l bv the war.u weather of
spring and Siunra rr, waen the blorxi u not in
active rircuUtiun. oniiieiitlv eatherin im
ptuities from slnA-il.ne- raanifc-trd by Tumor
kruptiurt. BloUhes, Boil, Pimtules Scrofula,
tec., dc ;
ben weary sal languid from overwork, and
dullness drowaiofrs and inenia take the idai
of energy and vigr, thesvau-m ntds a Tla'r to
build it np and help tfce Vital Fore to regain
their recti perativfc iower.
In the best of Rummer, frpiently thai Liver
SpUimdo not froperlr per(nn iheir functions
4 U-a Uteris and Urinary Orxtias arwlnactive.
pYpducitif weaknesa of the stomach ard intes-
i0- Ki,pFWHJo biliouj derange-menV
Bargains! Bargains !j
In order to make room for my 6fing
stock, I am compelled o sell tffnjjt, rr
ntaining Winter Stock coiisisibr of
READY MADE CLOTHING. UAH
BOOTS, AND 611 OKH, in all tt a-Tich
GEE AT BARGAINS arc given. I
Feb. 6. tf
HEAD OP BEEF.
Cattle ! Wanted.
Tbe undersigurd wish o purcbaM Tea
Hundred fin lW-ef Cattle. or birb they.ar
ptetiared to pay the highest caa prie :
They woo d alto lufortn tb- Citizens of
Salisbury that thry are furnlthh.g t mark
et with b--f four titnrs eajli rri ; ostnely J
on Mor.dJy. Weduesdavi Fiiday scd Pat-
Mav 22 -if.
.... JOUN P.KAKI).
LAND FOK SALI
Pur-rant to a decree of tie Superior Codrt I
will sell at public suctirft stiheio-rt Ilo-Sein
Silibury. oa Wdnedav 1st of OrhXer 1173,
UTl aiirsc f land oa ihe WijUboro Ptadaiot
8 miles N. V. of Salislmry. aHjoir.isj 'A(Iaiu
Lentx, Alraroi NaA snd ct Iters.
For further particulars aVe Mrs. FlitatttJ)
Miller, who lives on tlie land, cr J. M. l!lrh
Eat,.. fcali-Uiry. j ' f
Tcru-s $60 cash ; balance tn C timrlha s-tdif .
Title reserved as seen ritv. f .. . ;
Msyl-tf. j Cooisiisiiftrr,