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SAlSUUkV, FRIDAY, APRIL i, IWO
tyseial Newananer Advertialae; and liet.eral ll c -In
. liuii Agency lor Kerth Carolina.
WM A. 1IEARXE CO ,
Agent, lor ID IVorth i aruiina rreaa. ana
Central A ...it. f. r the Collection ofti.ii... Iery
J ii-lon thiauulwut the hint. Office. Colda
bora.' N U Ar autuoriaed agata fcr Tas Ow
LOCAL AND STATU ITEMS
Nw Advertisements.- 8. Dixon A
Co. Snow Camp Foundry.
Notice Darby h, Co., llaltimore.
A few practical questions Dr. Sill.
Dr Ooddln's Compou id Ucutian Bit-
Magic Bleaching Liquid Dr. Sill.
Reward Apply at thia office.
Keroaene Oil and Lampa Dr. Sill.
Special Term of Iredell Court C. L
Sii to nitre, Clerk.
Or Fl.EMlKQ'S (SANTONIN! ) WORM
Con r RCTioNa are effectual ia killiug woriua
and pleasant to take. Sold everywhere, f
Fi ca le hy G. B- Pouuoat. Druggiat.
agt., Salisbury, N. C.
The Merchants and Rail-Road men ol
Charleston and CNf, hare fnTfted rite
citizen of tbia place to meet them with a
delegation at Chora w, on the 12th day of
May, for the purpoae of taking into con
sideration the bnilding of a Railroad fiom
Cheraw to thia place. Therefore, I have
appointed Saturday, the 1st day of May, for
a primary Meeting. It will lake place at
the Town II ..11, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will
the citizen of thia placeahow that they are
bcedn the good advise given by Gov.
Vance and Judge Oshorne, or w ill they
let tbia chance pass, by which wo ran
make Salisbury the Atlanta of North
Carolina. ku or mora gentlemen will
address tbe meeting. Como one, com
all I Til OS. B. Loxu, Iutcndcut.
Superior CoVrt. Thii tribunal ia
till in session, and will probably continue
in session until Saturday evening. Quite
a number of caaes have been disposed of,
but moat of them possess but little gener
al interest. On tnday lust the cane of
tbe State against Col. Win. F. and David
Henderson was taken up. It appealing
that the case was not properly in court a
Certiorari was issued to the clerk of Da
vidaou Superior Court, from which court
the ease had been removed to the Supe
rior Court of Rowan, returnable on Satur
day morning. From the transcript then
returned, it appeared that the caa6 had
never been put at iasue in Davidson court
. ibit the plea of "not guilty," had never
b. -on entered. Whereupon the def indan Is
wera'bonnd over" to appear at Divi.lson
C tn t next week to answer the indictment
grinding against them. It is proper to say
.that when the case waa reached the pros
ecution announced its readiness for triul,
and proposed that the pleas be entered by
consent and the triul proceed. But the
defense was mulish and insisted upon
letting the case take ita course.
On to-day the case of the State against
Hat-die, indicted for the murder of Daniel
Shaver, will be taken up and the trial
It I proposed by several members
of tbe N. C. press that there be a Conven
tion of publishers at Goldsboro'jsoroetiioe
aoon. We are agteed. We think such a
convention might accomplish much good
for the craft ia various ways.
An interesting communication, from
"A Virginian," giving an account of the
anniversary eelebration of the birth day
of Thomas Jefferson, by the Jefferson
Society of the Uuiveraiiy.of Viigyiia, on
the 13th, will be found on our first page
tbia week. ;
Giborsvillc Mats and Female Seminary-The
3d session of this Institution
will commence about the first of May.
It is a Masonic institution and is under
the patronage and fostering care of To
be IrHpr Iter. Charles H. Horn
heim, assisted by Mrs. .1. E. BuriiUcim,
is PrineipaJ. The high character at:d
qualifications, as well as the long espe-
rience. of the Principal commend this
school to all . lio have children to edu
cate. Mrs. Fahht Dowjf isg, of Charlotte,
bas been appointed general soliciting
agent, for North Carolina! of the Pied
mont Life Insurance Company of Vir-
Col. Robt. Johnson, son of the ex
President, died on the 20ih, at Green
ville, Teen. Ilia father received the news
while on his way to address the people
at Pulaskia, and immediately hastened
Lome. - - .-'7 - - -
2 he North British JU i icu; for M a rch,
bas been received from the puhlishers.
It contains nine articl-s all ot much in
terest as follows : The Royal Engiueen,
TursrueniesJa Novels, JteVulut ions ih the i
. j. i 'i. i
Queen's English, D-.n Milman, 1 he In-'
crease of Lunacy, 1 he . Hudson's Bay I
OfBpiny. What is Man's Chief End!
Public Works in India, The Reconstruc
tion of Germany. Address the Leonard
Scott Publishing company, 140, Fulton
Onrard -Gap. Maya Reid's Msga
cine for Ma baa also been received', and
ia quite equal, tf not iiiperior, to any if
ita predecessors. Price, llilitj centa for
tingle number. Address Carlton Pub
liaber, New York.
, trowilow Senator
Fowler, Senator Ross, and Senator
1 bura are now known to be in uncon
cealed antagonism to tbe Preaideut."
ST ATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, )
m fhiiii C. Clrkk a Office,
llaleigh April 27, I860. )
The Supreme Court will assemble on
the first Monday in June next.
The cases, from the s-veral Judirial
Districts, aa arranged uuder tbe new law,
will be called a followa :
First and Second District on the first
Fourth and Fifth District on the sec
Sixth and Seventh Districts on tbe
Eighth and Ninth Districts on the
Tenth and Eleventh Districts on tbe
Twelfth and Third Dialricta on the
As no npidicanta fbr license to practice
law will be examined, the docket tor the
Airt CucAULwiUheeailud on the first day
of i be term
The arguments will close with sixth
By order of the Court.
WM. H. BAG LEY, Clerk.
The Charlotte Times ia at fault in re
gard to the North Carolina Personal and
Ileal Estate Agency of tbia city. The
gentlemen connected with it are off native
born, and are doing, a we verily believe,
a straight forward legitimate bus iocs. It
isa j.ii'it stock concern with 1130,000
worth of stock taken by responsible per
sons and we consider its success as a
fixed fact. For their aecond drawing,
next Fall, they have choice of a large
amount of Real Estate, in different sec
tion of the State. Sentinel.
Howard. His Excellency Governor
Hidden has issued a proclamation offering
the following rewards fur the arrest ana)
delivery of the following criminals who
escaped from Guilford jail on Monday
night last : For John Allen Ketchy 200;
Daniel M. C'lapp, S?00 ; Robert Modder
well, $100 ; Israel Geninger, 8200.
The late P. IF. D vd.-A monument
to the memory of the late Rev. P. W.
Dowd will be dedicated at Mount Pisgah
Church iu Chatham county on to morrow,
by the member of the Masnuie fraterni
ty. A larga attendance is expected. Ib.
Hesigned. Dr. Jobe, who for the last
the last three year has been special
agent to the Posloffice Department for tbe
two Carolina, with hi headquarter at
Raleigh, has resigned on account of sick
Alexander County. James Lackey ha
been appointed a Justice of the Pence for
Alexander county. lb.
University Railroad. Gov. Holden
has appointed the following gentlemen
directors on this road : George Laws and
Alexander Mclver, of Orange, and Hon.
John. T. Deweete, of Wake Ib.
His Excellency, Goxu Holden, offers a
reward of two hundred dollars for the ar
rest of W. .t. Steelmaa, indicted at the
Spring Term of Wilkes Court for ft he
murder of L. W. Lynch, in Ftbrdary
Green peas are be ine shipped from
New Bern to Philadelphia.
A project is on foot in New Berne,
says the Times, to place steamer on tbe
Neuse to run regularly between that ci ty
Ihe Wilmington, Char, & RuUterord
ton, R. R.-J-The stockholders of this
road met in Wilminglop on 16th inst.,
and accepted the recent amendments to
their charter. The State ia now to loan
$4,000,000 bonds to the road, and the
Governor is to appoint 7 directors and
stockholders 6, none of whom are select
ed yet. layetteille Eagle.
At a meeting of "the Vestry of St.
Stephen's Church, Goldsboro, held on
Saturday, the 3rd inst., the following
gentlemen were elected to represent the
Parish in the next Diocesan. Convention,
to con vt nee at llaleigh, ou the 3rd Wed
nesday iu May next :
Delegates Col. G. W. Collier, Dr. E.
II. Goelet, G. V. Strong, Esq , and (apt.
It. T. JFulgboej.
Alternates Maj. J. C. Winder, II. V.
Dortch, Col. M, K. Crawford, and K. B
Crawford, and E. B. Goelet.--Goldsboro'
First National Bank of Charlotte.
We direct attention to the Report of the
Cashier of the First National Bank of
( i ii 1 1 . i , I aliiiwinff t Ito ei-.n,li i i.in nf lKt
. . , ,- -
Institution on the 17th inst. It will be
n , j,iik jg we mnM Kv iu
..fficers and is fst becomine one flfr the
powerful institutions of the country. It
can be easily understood that some per
sons in this-, section control plenty of
money when it is noticed that in this one
Bank of Charlotte there are over S64.-
000 oo Hpoait Chnr Prnoemt. f
Annual Convention Th nest annual
convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in the 8tate of North Carolina,
will meet in Chriat Church, Raleigh, ou
the 19th of May. ,
Washington, April 26. Senators Sher
man, Pool and Sumner have succeeded
in engineering a reconciliation between
Messrs. Abbott and Spragne. Mr. Sprague
writea to Mr. Abbott that be wrote the
paragraph which gave Mr. Abbott offence
before Mr. Abbott spoke. Whereupon
Mr. Abbott writes to Mr. 8prague; "My
allusion to you in i In- Senate was found
ed on a misconcptiou. I ask you to
consider it unsaid."
Personal. Col. J. W. Forney ( Hon.
Marcus L. Ward late Governor of New
Jersey ; Joabua I le aid Clinton Lloyd.
General Van Wyck, Judge Wilkie, f
New Yu.k ; O. B. P. Riugwalt, Wash
ington ; II. N. Cougar, New Jersey;
Wm. G. LeDue, Minnesota, H Hoopes,
Fa.; T. C. Chardavoyane, and J. Maxell,
N. i., arrived in Raleigh last night and
are now stopping at the l.ni
House. These gt-ntleracu are on their
way to Southern Georgia and other South-
em State in which they propose to pur
chase property. In whatever State or lo
cality they may purchase, w e can aafely
j r diet that they will add to its prosperi-
Sparkling Catatcba.Vfe ere Inform
ed by a letter from the Pioprieior, that
the Legislature has incorporated tin
"Sparkling Catawba Springs Company,"
and that a joint stock company is to be
formed on tbe 6 tt of May. Thirty eight
thousand dollars been expended in im
proving the property, and the whole is
valued at sixty thousand dollars There
are to be sold one hundred and twci.ty
shares' at five hundred dollars each. At
tached to the Springs are two hundred
and fifty acres of good land, and a tine
store house all of which is included, to
gether with the furniture and buildings
which are ample enough to accommoda te
between three and four hundred persons.
We are satisfied that this is one of the
most desirable and vain. the watering
places in the State. The reputation of
lis waters deservedly high, and we feel
that it must become the popular Summer
report of North Carolina.
The Charlotte limes says that sev
eral capitalists of that city w ill take stock,
and there is but little doubt .hat all will
he taken before the season opens. Wit.
A Span of Bay Horses,
Six Tears old. a PilAKTO.V and hones tor
Sale. Applrto II II 111. i. I'M;
Salisbury," X. C, April 23, 186". jG-tf
To Jobbers Country Merchants
OpodeldocSolid and Liquid.
33a t email's Drops
Laudanum and Paragoric,
" Lemon, &c, &c.
DURING tlip yfiirs i.f thHsubcribfr for
mer residtuictj Iktc, hf luaiitilHctured ami put
up. large quiiutiti.-s of tin-alxivo named, as
veil as otlier articles, sold by country mer
chants, of standard quality nnd superior
style; ull the e lie sold t Sorthern city pri
ces, barely adding the cost of transportation
ami tijc all these years, ire JoMmts here, as
.veil as their customers, found it to their ad
vautage to purchase them from the sul Ber
ber, in. -lead of Sending North.
They may be now agaiu had, at similar
rates, only at
E. HILL'S Drag-Store,
sprit I 9t Salisbury'. N . C.
M. H. PIIsTNIX,
A 1TO UN E i AT LAW.
LEXINGTON, N. C.
w ILL PRACTICE in the courts of David
son, Forsjrthe, Guilford, Alamance and lian
dolph counties :
Hod. ft. M. Pearson, C. J. of N. C, Raleigh.
" E. O. Reade, Associate Justice, "
" ThomasSettle, " " "
" R. P. Dick, " " "
" Bedford Brown, Yancey ville, N. C.
" Hon. John Kerr, " '
" J: R. McLean, Greensboro', N. C.
" Thomas Ruffln, Jr., " "
" J. M. Cloodl Dobson, N. C.
Jannarv 29, 18il. 4 tf
DR. O. A. HENDERSON,
XIaVING resumed the practice of Medicine
respectfully offers his professional services to
OJ HCK : The one late occupied by w hitc-
hesd St Henderson. Calls may bo left either
t his office, or at Ennis' Drug Store.
Salisbury, Feb. -l'J.18ti. G-6m
THE MORNING STAR.
AGAIN EXLliGEIUXD IUP40VED !
I "his Well Established and popular
Daily Newspaper has recently been neat
ly enlarged and improved (the second enlarpn-
inent in eurbteen months) and is confidently
offered to the people of the two Camliiiax as
second to no daily journal in either of those
The STAR is LIVE, PRACTIOAft and
PROtiKfcSl VB iiWSPJt4?R, - eminently
adapted to the wants ..t this section ; sound and
conservative in its tsachfnBTs, and devoted to the
Commercial and Ac i icultural Inter
ests of the South It conuuis full and
Reports of the Markets,
Local Neks and
TERMS IN ARTAIirR.
One Tr , 7
Si Montaa...:.... r 3
Three " a 01
One; " , 7f
Addiesa, VH. U. liKKNAKI,
Euitob & PaoruiKToa, r
April 9th. 18CP.
Wiluiington, X. c
Ilakisrh Natiomrt Hank
THE t)lREmKS hare re.,lvel to maf . tli
CaniUI Stork ot Una HANK to H VK Hi M'l;Kt
THKUSANU 'IMll.I.aRS. I'lraoa wisli ne tnnub-
1.-. ... :ni.. ,,w
w C DewRT.
Grand Sale of
Personal Proiwrl buthe Nwth Car
olina Ural and J'inal JutaU
Agency, tiaUtgk, N. C.
Charttrtd by Utt Iritmmr4 of AVrt Caroli
JOSKI'll li. MfWEfl. PrttiUnL
JiMKl'H DIXON; Vk P,ui,ltnt.
.lull ( I IK I Kit 6Vy .,, Tna:
hi HIT O. LKW'to, l,yt CommmUor.
3,000 Vulmblt I'tftn Property to is Di$
poMd of. Hurt 9140,681 1
03 A Chance UMAX. ESTATE
Seven Fine JiisuitmcesJ'our in the
City of liaUtgh I
One residence in Raleig b, N. C, described
f I" 11.1(1
I Ine do
One Hotel in TaytSBjBH, U, !o
List of Ptnonai Property.
Samples ooexlubiiiiiat Heater llroa. It Co..
No. 26 Fayettevilio StJ KaWigb, N. 0., at the
reiiulur casli pnc.-i
10 Fine l'hieioi.s, MOO each, made by U
D s, i ii It, 11..; i iMUSjJI I $G,ikh
10 Fine Top Ii 1V) each, made by
D D. Schmidt. Baliimore, Ml . 3,500
50 IjJt rreiniiim, J . flrtaw fcauofc. ma. I t v
Tre ii ml ne Uio-.. N. Y , $050 cvli. 32 500
5 Parlor or Church Uraan. stops, $250
rmvie'h? Tmnaine llrua, N. Y., 1,251
500 Sewing Mn.-l.mes. Wilcox Qibbs or
U rover Si linker's, 100 each, 30,000
500 Silk Dresses, best article, 12jards,
each. $40, 20,000
0 VeLvipclea 75. 450
2t Hulls lirusscla Carpet, 45 yards,
each 135, 3 240
C -iahunander Safes, Wilder's patent, jest in
i he -.. Id. 9200, 1 660
1 Cash I'riar, 11.000 gold, Mi
1 0 Cash pnaea, $100 each, 1000
2M) do do 10 do 2000
(;: do do 5 do .; ion
liKHldo do 2 do 2.UO0
oiliiii i'rizes. Value of tbe total ami. $14(1,(1)4
Total number of Tickets, 73,347
All of the above is put in the drawing at
the nyular cash teHius? prices and will be dis
posed of by a repnlar ui.sie m Drawing,' and in
o.iler to accomplish Hhs, Hie Com; wi'l Sell
73,347 tickets at $2 ssarlr; forfuilherinfornia
noii rea I seciiou 10 and 11 cf the By-Lawaoi
the Company :
8ec 10. The plan of drawing shall be as
follow- : there 'si. all be two wheels, one a prise
win el and one a number wheel, arranged in
some public place in liar city, where any one
Iwddtnc a iieket may present on the day e
i r w ng. In ihe numtter wiieel mere shall be
a many tiukeis corresponding in number as
those winch have been sold. In the prize
wheel there shall he as many tickets as there
are prizes, these liehels shall Ue deposited 111
tbe wheels hy aboatdof snpi-rvisi.is, whoshall
nt appliile.l by the Directors, aller wluel. the
wheel shall lie sealed up and placed in sn
hank in ihe city, fhrsDirectorj may direct, mi
ni ihe lime of drawing, when tin.- Supervisors
-hall br ing the wheels to the place ol diawinp
hreak the seals nnd Undrawing shall be dis
Ksed .: by tsku.ga ticket from each wheil
at the same time and the prizo ticket taken
hoin the prize wheel ifiall designate tile prize
.l awn by the ticket corresponding in inuubei
to Ihe one taken from tbe number wheel at the
-am.' lime. The wheel shall be Well shaken
alter each ticket is drawn.
SV". 11. The Directors sliall designate the
time anil place of drawing, at which time anil
I place the super visr.rs shall be required to be
Ipre-M-iit him! -ee I hat the Urawiug is. coUdiK'teu
eiltireiv eipiiial ..
A I!. 'ai.l ol Supervisors will be spn..inteil
j who w ill have exciustre coatiol and manage
I mi nt ol the drawing. Tliey will conduct the
.lisiniiuiioii sii'l s. c that each person is legally
invested with the property lie may draw. A
duplicate legiv.-y ol the .tickets sold will le
kept; so, that, in the event ol loss ot ticket.
the ai-cident may be lemedicd aud no nustak
1 he Drawing will take place in TUCK UK
HAbL, in the city ol Kaleigh, immediately af
ter sale ol tickets, of fmcb due notice will be
The company is working under the prnvis-
sioiis of a special charier granted by the uen
era! Assembly ol JNorlh Carolina, which con -
pe's the compauy to comply taithfully with all
Copies can be had on application to the com
pany. All the above mentioned property will cer
tainly be disposed olas above -U'c I, and tl.oe
drawing it will be invested with the title in fee
No member of the company is allowed to
purchase any tickets.
All moneys sent by mail, at the owner'srisk ;
that m ut by Express, KegUlered Letters,
Checks or Diafts, at the risk of the company.
No property Will be listed unless the title is
The Treasurer has been required to give a
bond of five thousand dollars lor tbe faiihfu1
performance of his duties. He is required to
deposit ifaily, in the bank, all monies received
where it will remain until all the tickets are
sold and all the properly will b positively
drawn and delivered to tbe parties drawing, or
the mont y returned, send two dollars by ea
press, post onV-e osaVsr, registered letter, or
draft, at onr ri-k, oi by mail at your own, and
lake a chance at the 3,000 Valuable prizes of
Tickets will he sent any where in the United
Stales at the con pany's risk.
Inscription of Real Estate.
. Cue fine residence built of brick, in the best
improved sty.e, in tbe city of Kal. ih, with 8
acres of ground, and all'necessary out-buildings,
with many hue ornamentals about the yard.
Value ...V $10,000
One large and convenient house iu the city
of Kileigli, on New bet n street, 13 large rooms,
double parlors, with all necessary out-buildings
1 i acres of ground and a beautiful oak grove.
Vahre . . .'. . : if 8,600
One large house on Kewbefn and Blood
worth streets, containing 2(1 rooms suitable for
a boarding hone, all necessary out -buildings,
with a beautiluloak grove, in the yard and f
acre of Ground. Value. $5,000
One branUfal larfe RcsMfftce, .n Newborn arel, rishl
rooms an4 baa.mnt, f air ualufblinss aaS .labl, aevaa
arref of s'vend, elm fruve, Terjf aaslrabla and aUraetfvr.
V.iaa ., M.Otai
One la Wanrnion, N. C.aoawn aa Ike AM.n pr.,uj;tx
In jhtIm-i outer, i.neof ihagal hal t h at. In Ihe Stale,
r iil.iniiii Ur rooma, MM, axaiaa. (irne
i.f Ihe mo-l c..nrmaio wi kMatlfnl .e.Hleneel In the
Si ec. Uh arret of st w4, Sao arctiatS, beautlrot .k guests. It waa built ezprraaly Jar a first rlaas Fan-r-oee
In u jmH. a.d all aeenaarj out b.iHlnf.. ,, v Boardiog House the rooms lin(r larRC and en
T"'' ......... ijgf .v.. ...Hi, " suit, heated In steam with not and cold water, and
T.SSy rtiy!r?iy I SaJsaad ae. ond to none; while the culinary it
i. s ami covin tin-sxra Uioaaaad'r ore inhakitanta I partment is in tl most ezprrienied haada, afford
and mi.i .i.l one fajaar from a fanS aa I S o.i.hloi Col I nigei.ests an nnequalled table.
If. a., m hl of h tier ara4e, ria-hl ,m Ule line nf the IU
Untie A Ohio Kxilrna.t and Wh ac... I, I hi the, ne iin-
,h rrsiun. Hi- mi-r, l IratssVHa-kirulaii.l faAeiualins
.llama tavnrr n oma, and Uat kalUisrs ire near . I
T'bTa i. Vli...rillil trsmmTl''m;im'k M fej fc? '?!laXm-&i
and one fori. f.t dmins rooai. AU. aitrhen. ovl.le.aan W fentratftu. wtrtte the Siattl an! eTeiIth sve
ai.d oae aiMi three-rourilM acres ot land. Value l.vi nur Lines ar.-l.nl a abort block on ft bet aide, afford-
Persons desning any furiher intormation. ins
will piease addiesa
April 33 -f
NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
smu i si uiiij
J. M. KNOX C"
No. 1 , Granite AW,
A LAROE LOT OF DOMESTICS
KM Sheeting, 4-1 sheetm!-, Illeached and
I tn. u snirlings . 4-4 IMeauhed shirting at 10 4-3
AtJ.M. Knox dk Cot.
A Superb Lt of Tickinira and
rinids. Prints, If uslina, and all kinds of whits
At J. M. Knox A CVs.
LINKNS, Caaai meres, nd all kinds
oflientleuieu .1 wear a M.lendid variety
At J. M. Knox Jb Cos.
LENO GUENAUiNES-R very
larce and beautiful assortment ; the most beau
tiful assortment lu the nlsos; going off rapidly
AtJ.M. Knox ik Cos.
LA WES1 HATS -Trim rrred md
iinlriuinied ; tbe finest lot in Ibis market,
At J. M. Knox db Cos.
The finest and cheapest assortment in the city
At J. M. Knox a- Co S.
GLOVES, il.ieiery. Collars. Em
broideries, and Dress Trimmings of all kinds
AtJ.M. Knox db CVS.
Ladies' Kid and Cloth Shoe, Rod
Gaiters ; a handsome lot and of superior exeel-
5-6w At J. M. Know A Oo't.
Clcneral Hardware !
other Hen and Pock
et Knives, liarlier's
Cloth and Tailor's
Shears. Ladies and
Gent's Scissors Pat
ty Knives, Butcher
Knives. Wads and
Rase Knolw for protecting Walls. Wire Fend
era. tlUnging Kinds. Out Sticks, Sheet and
liar I..-..I. Tobacco Ctiters, Shutter Lifts.
.erews. Ac, for (ilass Iloora.
Bellows 26 to 40 inches.
Anvils, Vises. Files, Rasps,
Horse Shoeing Tools in Sets,
Hammers and Hit-date,
Punches, Drills, Flyers,
1 Screw Wrenches.
Stock and Dies,
Euierv and Pand Paper.
llurae SI..,.- ..n.l N'aiLa,
Of all kinds in Stock, or will be furnished
at short notice.
STEEL AND IBON.
German Spring and Plow Steel,
Rod Iron, -O
al and Half Oval Iron,
j Wide dc Narrow Swedes Iron
Scroll Tire Iron,'
Horse ic Mule Shoes
Horse Shoe Nails,
Cart Body Nails,
Door Rar Staples,
Hatch Door Screw Ringa,
Hitching Hooks and Rings,
Lap or Chain Links,
Coffe Pot aud Iron Stands, Ilrass, Porcelain
and Japanned Wardrobe Hooks,
Brass and Iron Jamb Hooks. -
Gate and Door Springs,
Cotton, Flour. Cheese
and Butter Triers
To merchants who deal in mixed Stocks
we will sell at as low rates aa they can sup
ply themselves in any market. North or
South. Our stock is large, add low tot
CRAWFORD & HE! LIG,
iSAI-bSlll KV, N. C,
April 16. 15:3iri.
NoTICE is hereby given that I will sell on the 1st
dayor May, A. !., lwfio. at 11 a'clock, a, ., it
tbe res iile nee of- J i.n i ' . Beasent Bankrupt, eighty
nine arm of land, lying on both sides of the Wil
kesboro' ltoad. about 9 11 miles from St liabury. ad
joininc the landa of M. I.. Holmes. Jesse Themt-
soa and others. Terms, (ash.
April 9, 1MB 14.31 Assignee.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL
HIS new and conmodiens hoose. located corner
oi Broadway and 43d Stieet, possesses advantages
ever all otlier houses for ttie accommodation of ita
uiif ui a.woou s raafan raevaiors ia atao amonc
tl o "Bodero imprevemeBta" and at tbe service at
.lt. on m
Tl,. I'....a. . . ... " pi. ..... .w.
ample fe;l'ties for communicating with all tbe
Ilepota. 'Steamboat I.sndiBjrs. lars of anuarmer.t
inf tbe B-re.it melronolia.
MOOjlE . ITOLLKT.
r.h is a Tnpram.
DRUGS, MkDWINJCS, dsC.
FRESH DRUGS. MEDICINES, AC
in Salisbury, N. 0.
Hr KhWARII Kill
'a. aiar vi lasaar isjasLSBJa
I J KSPKCTFUI.LY announces to his nnnier-
lt ous old friends and natrons, and all others.
(hat he is now opening, in the imildinp on S
K. Corner Main Si Fiaher streeis. near the
iv.yueo House, an
Entirely Fresh and Carefully Selecttd
Surgical Instruments JPertumerv,
Combs. Brashes, dkc, dkc,
embracing almost every thing pertaining to a
first class Drug Store; which be will sell, as
has alwaya been his custom, at lbs most satis
factory prices to purchasers.
His lung experience in, and thorough famil
iarity with, the business, in all its details and
departments; together with his socnstomed
unremitting personal attention, autborrse ihe
hope of that success, which has, heretofore, in
variably rewarded his exertions
Salisbury, N. ., January m. ' t tf
TONIC AND ALTERANT.
For Indigestion Liver Complaint Tor
put Bowels, Aerrous Debility,
and Broken JMncn Health,
from u-hatevcr cause.
Til 18 elegant and truly valuable Medicine,
baa from time to time, been in extensive use,
for the last twenty-live yearn, ll has been
sold, and ia wall known in many of the South
ern cities snd towns, vis ; Charleston, Savan
nah, Augusta, iUlauia, Charlotte, Columbia,
Arc. and is highly valued, by "the multitudes oT
people who have used it. Many in this town
and surrounding country, have enjoyed its
benefits, and will no doubt, well retne.nber it.
A great number of the strongest, and most un
qualified certificates of its value, have betn
voluntarily tendered the proprietor, many ol
them from persons of highest respectability and
The Medicine is pleasant to take, and per
fectly tree from the possibility of harm, under
any circuinstsnces or conditions of health, in
deed it is perfectly safe, even for an infant It
ia especially adapted to '.he present season,
when the approaching warm weather occasions
s.i. Ii a degree of lassitude, and debility, partic
ularly in weakly and prostrated systems, as
often to become a'uio-t insupportable.
Price $1.00 per bottle. Piepared and sold
At E. Btt.TA Prflj Store,
atari! 9-UXt galiabury, N. C.
N approved and effectual Remedy for
Chronic BronchitviAothma tlie
wastinir Congiis in advanced ao ;
Bleeding from the Langs, die., and
caiable ot doins; more reel service in confirm
ed Consumption, than all the Expectorants,
Coiii,'h Mixtures. Sic, extant.
It is scientifically compounded of intrrrdients
well known for their virtues and adaptation to
the diseases named ; and is the result of lone
and extensive experience and patient investi
gation ol the laws of the animal economy ; to
gether with an intimate knowledge of remedial
agents, in their physiological and therapeutic
effect on t he human system;
It is quite unlike the numberless Expector-
Pectorals Sic., so recklessly and persist
ently paliheo n(sc. the suffering and confiding
people; in the fact, that :: is not an Expector
ant, per se , nor is it loaded' i!h Opium or
vior oniric, in o'der to lull the noor sonerer
with its delusive influences. Many a vahuv
ble life has been sacrificed and expectorated in
u a premature grave. On the contrary, it is
calculated to cheek excessive expectoration
which of itself is exceedingly exhaustive, and
by its general and specific action, to heal and
soothe the weak, inflamed and irritated orgsca,
Of the several ingredients which compose
thts valuable Balm, there is no one, watch
not constantly used, by the best Physicians, in
the diseases above enumerated, and of many
eminent medical gentlemen, to whom its com
position has been made known, there has not
been one, who has not highly appioved it ; and
in some instances, have not only prescribed it
for their patients, but have used it in their own
cases, witn marked advantage.
Prepared and sold only, at
- K. 'SffctS Drug Store,
a-.ril 23 If, tf fj.liabury, N. C.
RIVES & PROCTOK,
, w aousau aaa wai .
Fanr y fc Toilti Artleletv
DYfc 8T1JFFS, PERFUMERY,
, 1 111 r iuurooni; i iuuui
k. I a.ev.eJ ll,,w,i V J .
Wy PI sm smsm Unf fvr
T I 1 I I 1,1.
, Jt v
ac . ivc.
Would respectfully call the attention of Mer
chants, Pbysiciaus, Planters, and others, to their
extensive stock and superior inducements.
101 ' Sycamore, St., Petersburg.
r. aivBS. k. d. , w. h. proctor.
ATEP from theaulmeririerenthe SJ iast., to
lloraea. one a aorrcl mart with mark of a saddle
rail: and collar gall on the nearaide. white aroand
the eyn and behind . The other is a dark way Irone
with Mack mane and tail, branded L'. S. on rack
shun. ier. tbe above reward will be paid to any ane
(Hiring tlie information that
ill lean to taeir
r- t, ss 1 4 !
Ctjarcrd, K. C.
Purifies the Blood.
afar Bl ky ! aiailala E varr where.
Important Trust Sale !
Ll AVIXU been appiuted hy a decree of the
Superior t'ourtof Muuigomeri ( .unity. Trustee,
te sell the lands under a deed iu trust eaecnted
hy Psraons Harris, deo'd., forthe purfMascs theic
in expressed, aud also uuder aiiybhcr deed m
trust executed hy the said 1'arsuUs Harris. I
shall sell for cash to the highest bidder at the
late maidenee of i he said Harris, ou i
Wednesday, the 12th day of May
Acres of . Land
Twelve or Fftecn different tract.
On two of said tracts much gold has been
found, and the prt.apeets fttr making nioner
from i m eating In said lauds are Hntterinj. The
lands are located iu Ihe heart of the cold reariousi
of Montgomery ctiunty.
t.apiu lists anil miners are especially invited
to attend the sale.
TllOhf AS K. HROW.V.
March ST7, HH. 3t Trustee, 4c.
TO THE LADIES
Oi R. wa, Darld . Duvie, lie-
Barke a. tl .'t-
WE ARE THE AUTHORISED
TTe cballeugc a trial with any or all other
mi. hi nes. We propose to do more work In the
HIV II1IM-- III..,,- i.nivil ll l,i.,. U.IK, Ull -
.etter than any other machine kroan. Any
ne purcnasiug uiaehines of us can try them tor
hree months and if thev do not give entire sat--Tactio
i the money will be refUnc'ed.
Seud and g - t circulars and sanities of work.
Balisl urj', N. 3.
IIP" Wo arc Agents for the sale of Vogler
Co's., Stuaes mannfaetnred at f stem, N. ., fttr
lislu'd at Factory Prices in qualities. Call and
aee them. M. 4 B.
April , 18G9. 13 3m
I HAVE THE AGENCY, FOR THE
sale of a 8hnttle Sewing Machine eqnal in all
respect s to the beat manufactured, with all the
I will sell this machine for twenty -five dol
lars le . than other shuttle sewing machines
are sold for in this State.
A sample machine, eaa- be seen in opera
tion at M s. Sallie Beard's Millinery Store,
opposite tbe Old North State office. Salisbu
ry. N. C. JOHN BEARD.
For sale by Clement Ac Bro.. Mocksville.
and Marler, Wilson St Co., Yadkinville.
Match -tith. lrm. 12-3m
WALTER a. "WOOL'S
Jf owers and Reapers,
Used in all countries, and universally
THE BEST IN ITSE !
Awarded more first premiums than any other
ilachine manufactured, both m this
AM) FOREIGN COUNT
Among which is '
THE HIGHEST PRIZE !
Two Grand Go!d Medals and Crow of
Jtba Legion of Honor,
At Paris Exposition, 1867.
More than 130,000 now in Uei
20,000 manufactured and sold in 1868
ami tbe dettiand nn6UpplieJ. r""
line rt'iisinjv DenMBd.
Wood's Prist Mowers, i and 8 Horse.
" Self Raking Reaper, pith
" New Mowing AttachraeDt.
" Hand Rake Reaper. '
Haines' Illinois Harvester.
Manufactured by the. Walter A. Wood Mow-
:, , i r : aLi
inj; mm neaping .tiacniue company, ueneiai
iittice and uafltitnctory, B
selaer county, H. I .
Ihanch Offices an I Sales Rorn 44 Ort
landt street. New Y'ork city. P. O. Box, 5805.
2 'C 1 ake atreet. Chicago, 1IL
Alexandria, Va i
Viaihson, Vx'ia (
77 Upper Tliames, St.. London.
Send for ATew JJescriptive Circular
and If lice List.
Applications from the South, South of Vir
ginia, should be addressed to the New Yudc
Branch Office, as above. t
HLLIABLK AGEX'J-S WANTED,
Extra Inducements Offered! H
ubhins, Sullivan Si Co., are Aeests for
the above Reapers in Salisbury,
FOR THE LADIES.
M US. CORRELL 'haa jdHl received her PDrinc
snd Summer .tock of
HAl-S BOXKJiTS, R'.BBOXS, HOOP
SKIRTS. CORSETS, DRESS
snd every tlirap oatialiy found ia a
LADY'S FURISiifiHISO STORE.
Thia sto k will be repleniabed weekly dariaa: the
aaoh: any article not ou hand will be nrd red
imlciptlr. Call m.d examine btS atotk, as the guar
anteea at klact ion .
She rnaae herirratrfnl acVno !edctniert for the
patn.tupe so ktrrdryextended to, her m tie fa at, t, w
reseet:iilli aollcita a rmitinnsare of tl e aaiae.
I 'rvso-Makinjt d.ine at the sbutteat aotice, la tie
beat aiyle. jn i , . ., rant.
8tn. Is i.titta fi: Urowa'a huiidinc, u-. o?te
Dr. Usll'i Gothic eaibct .i. Itaia bbaatt.
Ap-iiatb. ISfiB. . u