tTI)frliXortl) s talc
8AI.ISDURY, FRIDAY, APR. 30, '69,
"O MOTHER OF A MIGHTY RACE."
T wiuim cullkx unr ANT.
0 mother of a mighty race,
Yt lovely la thy youthful grace !
Tin- elder dame, tby haughty peers,
Admire and hate thy blooming yetra
With of abanM
And taunts of scorn they Join they name.
For oo tby cheek the glow is spread
that tints thy morning hills with red;
Tby Map the wild deer'a rustling feet
Witbio thy woods are not mora fleet ;
Thy hopeful eye
Is bright as thine own sunny sky.
Ay, let thern rail those haughty ones ;
While safe thou dwellest with thy sons;
They do nut know bow loved thou art,
How many a fond and fearless heart
-Would raise to throw
Its lifo between thee and the foe.
They know not, in their hate and pride,
What virtue with thy children bide
How Una, how good thy graceful maids
Make bright, like flowers, the valley shade;
What generous men
Spring, like thine oaks, by hill aud glen;
What cc rdial welcomes greet the guest
By thy lone rivers of the West;
now faith is kept, aud truth revered,
And man is loved and God is feared,
In woodland homes,
And where the ocean border foams.
There's freedom at they gates, and rest
For earth's down-trodden and opprest,
A shelter for the hunted head.
For the starred laborer, oil and bread.
Power, at thy bounds
Stone, and calls back bis baffled hounds.
O lair young mother) on thy brow
Shall sit a nobler grace than now,
Deep in the brightness of thy skies,
The thronging years in glory rise,
And, as they fleet,
Drop strength and riches at thy feet
Thine eye, with every coming hour,
Shall brighten, and ! thy form shall tower;
And when thy sisters, elder born,
Would brand thy name with words of scorn,
Before thine eye
Upon their lips the taunt shall die.
As there are certain definite laws in re
lation the rights of publishers of news
papers, which do not seem to be under
stood, we will endeavor to make a plain
synopsis of them and solicit attention
1. A Postmaster is required to give no
tice by Utter, (returning a paper docs not
answer the law) when a subscriber does
not take his paper out of the office, and
a neirloct to do so makes tho Poatmaf ter
responsible to the publisher for the pay
2. Any person who takes a paper from
the Post-office whether directed to bis
name or another, or whether he had sub
scribed or not is responsible for the p..y
3. If a person orders his nape r dt con
tinued, he must pay all arrearages, orJhe
publisher may continue to send until pay
ment is made, and collect tuo wnoie
amount, whether it oc taken .from the
office or not. There can. bo no legal dis
continuance until the p.n iiM iii is made.
4. If tho subscriber orders his paper to
be stoned at a certain time, ami the pub
lisher continues to send, the subscriber is
bound to pay for it, if he takes it out o
the Post-office. The law proceeds on the
irronnd that a man must uar for what h(
n - i
5. The courts have decided that refus
ing to take newspapers and periodicals
from the I'ost-office, or removing and
leaving them uncalled is prima facia ev
idence of intentional fraud
McCubbins, Sullivan k Co's.
McCubbins, Sullivan & Co.,
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK
a vcrv larze and well selected stock of
new out desirublo
DJST GOODS, GROCERIES.
mm & mm
consisting in part of
BATS ON A BENDER.
I RELIEF kok the SOKELY AFFICTED.
It was the misfortune of the undersigned
to have suffered, as few have every suffered
before, fur six long aud gloomy years, from
an aifeetiou of his feet aud leg, superiuducej
by overwork, during the first year of the late
war. During all that time, he was compell
ed to drag his emanated trame about, ou
crutches. Iu vain he invoked the best tned
ical talent of the country;. and visited th
most celebrated medicinal Springs. Worn
down and exhausted, he gave up all hope of
recovery. At this stage of his ease, having
been governed by his medical friends from
the beginning, he determined to adopt a
method of treatment, the result of bis own
reflection. It is enough to say. that this
method is not so much new, as it is, the more
skillful application of what has been long
known, aud attempted by the 1 hysicians
After tome weeks of the most unwearied
and persevering efforts, he was rewarded with
the most gratifying results. Indeed, his rap
id improvement and recovery, was almost
magical so much so. that in looking back
upon his condition a year ago, he can, even
now, hardly realize the truly wonderful lm
Profoundly grateful for this extraordinary
blessing, he is desirous ot being the means
of diffusing similar benefits to those who
t. T ., m . , mw . . . r
may ne similarly amicieu. lie mereiore.
proposes not only to treat, bnt CURE, all
manner of diseases of the lower extremities,
such as old and ill-conditioned Ulcers of the
legs ; Varicose Veins ; weak and enlarge
Joints, Arc, no matter of how long standing
It is one of the great advantages of hi
mode of treatment that no restrictions are
imposed on the patient as regards diet, cxer
cise, ace., and tor the most part, little or no
medicine is used.
The charges shall be in accordance witl
really indigent, will be treated "without mon
ey and without price."
r.lHi AKI) SI 1. 1., M . I
Feb. 12 tf Salisbury, N. C
i t II
Drug), Medicine, and
Boots and Shoes
Upper, Sole, Skirting, and
Calf, Pad aud Lining
The Greatest Inducement
BVSB OMB ED
TO THKJPUBL.IC i
NEW GOODS !
NEW FIRM ! !
Robert, McIMfiy Co.,
NO.l, CORNER MA Mr it 1NNI3S 8T8.,
MNllLV YOUNG!, BLOCK.
UK NOW RECEIVING their new
Ix. and elegant stink of
Spring and Sinner Goods,
consisting la part of
Staple and Eaucy Dry Goods,
Laiiles' Dress Goods,
Trimming.-1, Yankee NotioiiB,
lit ady-Made Clothing,
Huts, Capo, Iloota Jr. 8
NEW YORK and North Carolina
New York to Wilmington,
Tbis Line willcotuirise tbe following steam-
FAIRBANKS, Capt. A. Ilunkr,
WM. P, CLYDE, " D. P. Morgan,
REBECCA CLYDE, 0. Chichester.
MARY SANFORD, John Moon.
With sufli additional Steamers as may be
required to meet lb- demand of tlie trade.
Sailing bom New York every WKDNK$DA Y
and 6.1 TURD A rat 4 P. M., from Pier 15 h
11. loot ol V all btreet.
Wood & Willow-Ware,
Groceries, Ate , Jcc,
AJI of wlii. li tltow.iBar B cheap or cheaper than
'filename VU nf vodi'cia lie porcTHHea In fhft
section of the Stae. Their jrooila were pun-baaed
exclusively f.pr (.AMI. and will In- told c Ittslvrl.v
for cask or prvdscr- heace the treat Inducement
lor bargains. And i n terring 'tlic ni. blr sixpence
to the slow asking, their motto will he ijuick Ivs
an. I small pnsttaand ready pay."
(. nil and -n then mid lie cc ivineed. fur they h-rl
confident thai tl'ey can Rive yoa the UKT (i(MU)H
for the leal money you ever bought.
M ir. h m mm. 10 tf
JOB PRINTING, BLANKS, AC.
A few days since Mr. Barnard Hans
an, proprietor of a wine cellar on Scne
ca street, naa occasion to draw some
Hungarian wine from a butt: there is
nothing remarkable in this statement, bat I the general depression of the times ; and tl
attached to it ia a little incident we never
remember to have seen mentioned in nat-
m a a a , a
nral history, ana one wnien Heard or any
other artist mar use if he chooses, in il
lustrating the disgraceful habits of the
A drunken man it often denounced by
the teetotallers, as being worse than a
dumb brute "because tbe brute will not
drink intoxicating liquor ;" but that
eertioii ao derogatory to the human spe
cies will no longer carry any weight as a
temperance argument in this section of the
worlrl. for it-.-.w".r KW '.r r "n hnt (lie
lower animals will not only Srink wine
with outran? previous education of their
tastes, bat dunk to excess and ,tlien misbehave.
Aa stated above, Mr. II. drew the
sweet wine, bat he did not close the tap
completely, as it seeems, and soon after
ward be discovered an old toper of a rat
sacking the juice of the grape which bad
fallen on the floor. On perceiving the
biped the quadruped scampered into his
Being naturally of an inquisitive and
experimental tarn of mind, the landlord
examined the fawcel and found that the
wine had been falling in drops upon the
floor, and that the rats bad imbibed all
tbey could secure. Giving the wine a
litlle more vent he then retired and
through the glass door watched the course
K mlwililonod hv former d ranarhta n re
liably, one old sucker soon put in Ins ap-
fiearance and renewed his attack on the
iquor, even standing on bis bind legs to
reach the wine, which was now flowing a
little faster. Others soon joined their
leader, and then followed a real rat-ifica-tio
, the like of which was never ' seen
before in this town. They squealed,
...I.K.J, U, awl a'raglxl fa ak jc
NAILS, IRON & STEEL,
Tanner's, Linseed anil "Tfveroeene
EVERY OTHER KIND OF
And CHEAPLY done
1 Louis' best
of all kinds,
of different sizes ;
And many other articles not enumerated ;
all of which were bought FOR
CASH, and will be sold as Cheap
as the Cheapest.
We tender our sincere thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
upon us, and hope by cloge attention to
business and fair dealing, to merit a con
tinuance of the same. Having had oVer
twenty year's experience, and having all
the capital necessary to conduct a large
business. We feel confident that we can
JAVING JUST RETURN-
ed from the Eastern Mar
ket we cull yourfctteptiontn much the lnrt -t
itml must complete Htorlr baUood in this mar
ket, all iwleetad from new ud Ireah atM'ka anil
Htylcs, and a'larfre portlilr pnn Iihm iI ilin-ctlv
from tbe ifaualacturers and their Afeiita since
Tbe Great Dm-line In Drj Goods.
All wo ask a eall at tht well known Em
pnrium of thl market Ws inrlte your iitten
tiun to a few LEA DIN'S ASTICLEd kept iu
thi- wholesale and retail stock :
IJT Tho attention of Shippers is called
to tbe LOW KATKS and FACILITIES
offered by this Line, which are superior to
any nen totore ohYrcd.
THROUGH DILL8 OF LADING
given to all points on the North Carolina
lUilroad and its Connections via Golds
boro. J. A. 8ADLKR.
WORTH Sc DANIEL, Agents,
Wilmington, N. C.
JAME8 HAND, Agent,
ftbay 8lf il'J Wall Street, N. Y.
North Curolina Land Company.
Incorjwrafed by Sjwria A rt of the Gener
FOR THK LOCATION OF
Northern and European Settlers.
FOR TUB SAI.K OP
IMl'IlOYEli I' A 1 : M S. TIM BER &
AILNEUAL LANDS, HOUSES,
MINES, WATER POWER,
i:c , Arc. Also of COT
NAVAL S10KKS, &c, ON CON
SIGNMENT, ADVANCES MADE
ZE US, MACHINERY,
VCa &C. feC,
ALSO, NEGOTIATE LOAN8, ON
MORTGAGE OU OTHER
Thote baring Land or l-'snna for na!e, will
tiinl itlo their interest to communicate with
Nut lurjre in.ule unlen anale is effected ; then
only "per caul, to uc puni wheu Uie -.i.i- id per
fee ted. ,
INSf R A NCE COMPANIES.
tfljc ttnick erbackcr
Of New York.
Sdulhrrn Brineb, Savann;ili, Vn.
B. D. ARNOLD,
The only Branch of laifo Insur
ancc Company, where Policies are
Xsucd and Losses raid.
Annual Income nearly 3,000,000
Annual Jtirulcnd, nearly. . . .50 per cent
$73,000 Losses paid bu this Branch in
THi: KNTCKKIMK CKF.R is an old and
reliable (,'iiiiian v, and offers as great indure-
ineiitx to itNiirerH as auy solvent 1 oinpaiiT
eim. jH.HUrH I'olH icf on tvtni (lemraolt iilnrt
I ! i of tl Premium to the Policy Holder,
All Policif non-forfeitable after the payment
of tiro or three premiums, ao restrictions on
resilience or travel. No extra charie for offi
cefs of the Amu; Nary, or First Class Steam
anil Hail Vessels, or for Railroad Conductors,
Till: KMCK.EUBOCKEU is u of th
feir Sbrthern ( omitames uhose Policies tn
the Smith u rre kejit intact durmq the rebellion.
u hose lMridemls irere accredited as though
Premiums irere paid, and is thk Company
that nftrr the war paid alt Losses which oc
eurred during the war. thus proriny its integ
nty, its honor, ami indisputable solvency.
The Knickerbocker pays losses promptly,
uver disputing a just claim and is as liber
al as aur safe Company in America.
W. 8. BELDEN.
General Aiieut fir N. C. Baleigh
Jonx Bf.ard. Agent, Salisbury, N. C.
February. 11), 1C(J!. 7 3m.
THE ARLINGTON MUTUAL
in i inn
Wll lli 11 1 11 L
Geo. Little, Prest,
A'ents and Directors at Raleigh.
Hon. It. W. Ilest, Col. Oeo. Little.
Geo. W. 8wepim, K. Kintrslund.
Agents and Dirretnrs in New York d) Boston.
A. J. Weeeker. Son A Co.
Kaleiph, X. '.. March HI. 8 3m
AT THIS OFFICE.
""Clerks of Court, Sheriffs, Ma
gistrates, and others, in ordering blanks geu good8 ag iow tt8 any h0a8e lu Western
will please refer to tbe Forms as num
bered in " Hand-Book for County OlH
eers," published by Niehols& Gorman
Raleigh, H. C.
Address, . BRtMfUR
ALL KIADS OF
Address, J. J. BKU9TKK. sm
Homestead Marts ; WW Pr0lluce
i for lavinn of t fnnirstrnls I
m ..' . , i , i i i w : s
one after the other, Jbtfbame "tight as And a new and improved form EXCHANGE for GOODS
t (Lit 3 1 I t .t t
uricKo neaa uruna ana mj upon me
floor in utter helplessness.
At this stage of the carousal Hr. Han
avan again entered the cellar- and made a
most vigorous onslaught. His appearance
created as much con;ternation among the
long-tailed gentlemen as the entrance of a
squad of policemen would do among the
sporting fraternity in a tan-bark cock-pit.
Some of them were frightened into a de
gree of soberness that enabled them to
reach their holes, holes, where they un
doubtedly slept off the effects of the li
quor and woke np next morning with ter-
LI. l v -t ,1,
brutes, however, were too far gone for
locomotion, and they became prisoners
and were all condemned to death instan
ter, save one, which was placed in a cage
4r.r T-riirii(inn anil Avfwriniont On rc-
covering from his stupor he seined to be
not a bit ashamed of Lis conduct, but re
fused to take "a smile of whiskey" that
was offered, though he did sip a little of
This rat will, wo understand, Le turned
over to a Humanitarian Good Templar,
initiated, into the secrets of the order, and
then turned loose to reform his brother
ti piers. Buffalo Express.
Silver is found in the Alleghany Moun
tains, near tbe Baltimore and Ohio Rail
T A Tim BttftlYg
Revised and corrected by the
best legal authority in this place,
for sale. Address, ,
mar. 10, J. J. BEUNER.
3l3-3i: C Market PRICES.
1IK.NKY Mo UAH
Having bought the entire stock
of L. M. Oaris; and added largely to it, we are
uow prepared to furnish anything usually kept
in a first class Jwelry Stole. We may he
found in Cowan's Brick Row, next door to F.
H. Spraue's Office. AIJkinds of repairing
done at short notice and satisfaction guaran
teed. We return thanks to a generous public
for past favors, and hope by strict attention to
busineosijto merit a continuance of the same.
P. 8. All persons having left Watcbes and
Jewelry with L M. Deris or Wilson A Karri,
to be repaired are requested to call and get I
them or they will be bow (or repairs,
ia. K, 169.
Mcf ubbios Sullivan k To.
Salisbury, N.C., April 2, I860. U:ly
lioiini: nir u i
mil I B.i 19 MM II .1 e
rinr.e, Potent Medicines, Dye
Stuff's, I'aints, Tanners' Oil.
Kerosene, ati&Linseed Oil,
Lead, Upper, stflc and Har
CALF & LIKING SKINS.
fron. Prod, Saddle Hardware, and Carriage
Trimmings : in diet, thousands of artii lcs too
tedtun to . mi.cr.i'e. e irriit- u.r ll.c
A! -", -Manufacturer" Agents finr the celebrated
UoueUust. Do. do. Rifleand Blasting Powder,
l e' We invite .the attention of 'llerchants
and the trade generally, to our stock, assuring
t hern thev will tmd nothing-hut fresh and desi
rable. Good-. We buy all kinds of produce.
s.ivf vtmr i-i irMicrries ana i ruits, wmcu wii
lie to you as Treasure.
Smith. Foster & Co.,
SAUSBtJRt. N. C,
Sprng.'e's old Stand, iv ui tho Market House
April, Hk. l:t I v
Life Insurance Co'p'j
or the United States ,ok Amekica.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
ChurtcriU!i ipccialact of Congress, July 25, 'J8.
Cash Capital paid in full $1,000,000.
It is no longer a question with any mm, who
tenderly loves his wife and childien, w ho uen
siders how helpless would be Jbeir i nndition in
case of his death, a to the duty of taking out a
LIKE POLICY, hutas to which Company he
thai I pay ln money.
If he reflect a moment bo will conclude to
patronize iho Company which . hows the great
est degree of vitality, which extends its busi
ness over the largest area, wnicn is a llosue
( onipanv in every locality; winch tnnnstics m-
urance at the least cost; which issues no poli
cies that are turteitaiiio snowa ne ne unnoie
next year, or any subsequent year to pay hi re
newal ; and which is undoubtedly able to meet
all its promises.
Willi these leelings ana views, lie iookk over
the newspapers, and, by the time he get through
reading the advertisements oi' Mutual or Mixed
Companies, he buds his (mud so fuddled that ho
is at a loss where to go or wlui. to do. He can
not comprehend one-hiih i.hat is written, and
concludes that none but A,uctuurics, who me la-
miliar w ith the principles upon winch Lite In
surance is uaeil, can comprcneuu or explain
anything about dividends aud his liability for
notes given in part payment of premiums. In
his dilemma, he looks into (he pun adopted by
the National Lifo Insurance Company of tbe
United .States of America, aud finds just what
AN ALL CASH PLAN, reduced to the low
est minimum rate, like any commodity in uiar-
i much Insurance or so much Mo
A Virginia and Southern Institution
Its P'unds arc kept in the South.
It htis mcttcith unprecedented success.
Its fortuttes are established beyond any
The Company has capital and assets, against iti
liability that will compare favorably with any Lift
Insurance I'ompany on the continent, w hich ia tlM
true tet of icapODwbility,
ItsalTaira are cantiously administered by selected
lorectors, ol rvponiooiitij ana ousiness rapacity.
It has established its claim to .Southern I'atroaagi
State of North Carolina,
Coct.Tr or la iuoon Soraaioa Cocbt.
state ou ralatlon of J. L. Duasabury.
St. I. Si "It. Laura A . Wi uni, A PIbIbUA.
JamesSu ilh aud wife Cornalta. )
ae a I sar
K. I. tlamptor Julius A. Gray, as
admiaiatrulor of A . U. KoataV, W.
11. l.m.Uay, and W. 1). Llndaay,
aa adininiatratur uf B. A. Kilucll. .
To W. I). Llndaay, one of the above asmed de
teinlanta a Don renidaBt: You am heraby nolltltd,
that a ansauioaa Iq the above entitled case baa been
iaaoed airainat yoo, arheraia you are auamoned to
appeal before tbe J mice of the Huperior ( nun to be
Mid for the Couaty of larfbaon, at tbs Court Houae
In Islington, en tbe aeeond Monday after the third
Monday of April 1868, and auawer tbs eeaaplaial
tin-ion. wlilrb iaflled with tbe clerk of aald court ou
the Mb day of April 1H8H, a ropy of which, sad of
the summona, were depoaited la the poatnnVe altks
time, direc(eil to yoa ; ami notice was givea that
judiruient would be token again., you if yoa failed,
within that time, to answer aald complaint, wherein
it is allri-ril that the defendautsabove named are in
debted to the State ol North Carolina, to tbeaae and
benelit of the p'aintil above named, ia the sem of
lilt. -.-ii thousand (I6.OU0) dollar with lawrhl Intcrmt
tbt-reon from the 6th day of October 1H67, due by
bond, (executed to the State of North Carolina, by
1). A. Kittrell.K. I). Hampton. W. I). Llndaayand
A. O. t'oater) for a breach oftneaame: that no part
thereof haa been paid ; to bs discharged upoe the
payiuent to tbe plaintiff of whatever damageathey
in i v be erTtitled to in thiaactloa.
Y on are also notified that the above named plain
tiffs hare aned oat a Warrant of Attacameut airainat
your p(oiertv for the amount of damage and fur tbe
runs,- ol action therein net forth, returnable to the
Sii rior ( I havidMiii ( ounty on the lsiti day
whereol the idaintiBa will take Judcment aaainst torn
aa therein demanded.
Witness, Levi E. Johnson. Clerk of the Snnerior
Court of the County ofllavidaoo, at office ia Lexing
ton, the Dth day of April. 1HC9.
l-KVl K. .lon.vsun. (J. 8. a
April 16, 1869. IB 6wpd
if .In ne IH(), lien and where yoo are hereby re
mired to aiiiieiiraiiil answertlu- complaint, in default
State of North Carolina,
f April 21, 18CJ.
Summons for Pub'n.
JOHN E. EDWARDS,
8 K( FIFTH FY,
J. 11 AI. I SOOK
MKDICAL FX AMIM- K,
CHARLES n. SMITH, M. D.
I.I OA I. Hin-I.ll, OENKRAL O.IST,
II. C. L'AULLL, J .NO. U. ClAIBOKM
EST ANCHOR BRANDS ROLT-
inR Clotlis. all numbers, for sale by
MuCUBBIVSjBULLIVAN & CO.
Sallsbary, N. C.
Great Labor Saving
MA. OH I N E,
V. OOD'S CELEBRATED REAPER
and Mower combined ; Also, WOOD'S
Mower detached on hand, and
French Burr Mill Stones
BEST FRENCH BURR Mill Stones,
For sale by
McCUBBINS, SULLIVAN & CO.
f-aHabury, N. C.
Mi. burr, a prf! J. 1M6. V.lij
I. . . ,
HE DWELLING onnosite the
Boyden Hrmse, formerly known a
the Ftanklord Home, it contami 8
rooms, with rras fixtures, iic, as well as a
kttclien hml a gooJ trarden fnot For terms
apply to Luke lilackmer. Eq.
JAME.S C. TURNER.
January 29, 18C9. 4 tf
CAUTION ! dAs. In, and ronituroera
of snuff federally, lhal lliwe OT mr. err tain tobacco
manufarlarera, tolnf unable taiaal a market for their
atittffa, fell tlmnaalvei ewllf ad to eognterfeH (be ieiirt
ar.pearaiirr of ywMr BBckaaaa, aad iautaie our Trade Marks,
-to (hat a elnae Inapretlon la aeeean.ry to detect (he spu
rious arliele froas the prer.aioe, and olhrrs so far as
to aaserl that Lerrlllard'a'SBttsTIs no longer nisilr.'
In unking this puhlicatjOQ we itcairr to warn Hie publie
i- unsi Ibe iaipasilioi.s praoUead Bpon "i, in ; aa tin are
tlr losers thereby, ttwill ha Baaastl upon comparison that
Lorillards Snuff is "far ahead" ef ail others, neiii made
of (he best ateefc, after an orhrtwat and srerrt process
known only to ourselves, bhsidas aosiesslng irreat acv,
strenath and panfrnry, and to varranod no( lo contain
any d.nireroua or aWeierloua awhalsiii 1 1 . wbirh ranaoi be
aaid of (he msny wonhlesa a nicies aa( oo sale by others.
The brs( is the cheapest in tho end. A circular wilt al
ays be mailt-d oo application,, lavorucrinf p rase speci
fy if SalTSuvff(nigh Toaat.) or Fresh Suufft Ultra Scotch
eat-lt-San P. LORILLAR0, NEW VOMK.I
No notes to irivt' ; no interest to nay ; no annc-
tr aliont AieteNsmentH: no anprerl msion of his
1'olicy being forfeited next year if he doen not
nay his annual Renewal; and tho Kates so mueb
Lower than other Companies, that he realises a
larger Dividend, in advance, than other compa
nies can pay him in the future.
lie liinls that, instead oi this, pnecrtaiuprom-.
iso, at preseat high rate, that the National pre
sents a certain aud definite sum for a mncb
lower rale aud puts up its paid up Capitol of
Asa guarantee fund, that its contracts will ho
fulfilled, and, like thousands of others, cheerful
It calls ou their Agent to make his application
ifor a Policy, lloueo tho unprecedented and
most wrinderful success of the National as con
trasted wilh tho oMi r.amf LM(utunl Companion.
Tbe Company Issued its first policy on the
1st of August, 186fVabd up to March 1st. H,
it hail issued 3.rrt policies.
Amount insured, $10,00r.'.")( OQ,
Total premiums,- J50.117 at
The whole number issnod-by theonnectiut
Mitiital in the first vear of its existence was fir--'
y tho Mutual Benefit of New Jersey, ;!:!
" New ISiigl.iinl Mutual, 'Mi
' i rhoHlix Mutual, Slo
Mrtssaehusetts Mtitnal. 314
" 10iitilalile of New York,
The Mutual Life, of New York, in'tbe first year
of its existence, only issued did policies
In its KUli vear. 1.-I.0
'Ami in its it Mb vear, , .H4i!
this latter being ti'JO less than was issued by the
National in its hrst seven months.
JAY, COOK 4 CO.,
Agents for tbe Southern States.
P. V. PE8CDD,
General Agent tor North Carolina.
-April 44). leW). J-3m
William K. T.iylor,
SMiiiuel S. CoitieJI,
Cbat-tea T. Woilhsm,
Williuni Willis. Jr.,
Ed. A Smith.
Thoa. J. Evans,
James A. S -oU,
J. K. Edwards,
A . Y. Stokes,
J. B. Morton,
it . II. IXJ-reli.
William H. I'lilmer,
H. E. C. llaskcrville
Siiniucl C. Turdy,
J. W. Allison,
t.'eorire 8. I 'n liner,
II. U. Cbockley,
H. C. Cabell,
I). J. Hartsook,
John C. Williuma,
W'illiam 0. Taylor,
A. P. Abell,
Win. R. Isaaos,
(-orjre I, liol-.-oo.i,
tSamael M . Piioe.
m 33 aa
WHAT A Hill A.D EXTENSIVE BUSINESS
Connecticut DSataal Life
Synopsis of Statement for 1868.
lm ome from Premium- $7. lfil. 304.1 1
Income from Interest l.f.84 !SJ5.4H
TotaJ income for the year 8.746 900.59
Losses wul..u. ....... ........1.22.1 .300.00
Dividends paid .....028 284,00
Total Losses paid to dale 8 08'18H3 00
Total Diridends paid to dtie. 6,IM7,2f8.00
It will lie seen Irom the aliove thattlie income fo
interest ulone, (rreatly exceeds the losses, and that
the total income for one year is more than the total
losses paid to date. The Assets of the Company
are now over Twenty-three Millions, and with it
la(Ve income offers renter inducements to those in
sdvinff than -ny other company in the country . Its
plana ol biisiness coniptiae all tbe desirable forma
ol insurance. -,
S. D. WAIT,
mar 501 y Raleigh, N. C.
'Plif ' ii.lxl ,i r.Tkl 'tin ia Ahitnl I
T AVI KKADY to exchange Leather for good
I Hide", Kip and Cull Skins, Dark, TalloW
Lime, Hops, Barley, Corn, Eye, O.is, and
country produce generally. 1 (
1 will also 1 an good Hides, Kip and Other
Skins, for one-ball.
I return ray sincere thanks to a generous
public lor. their liberal patronage in my (itner-
ent businesses, in this county, for the last twen
Hoses L. Uiown s old stand, corner oi tee
and Liberty Street. ,
MAitrin muti v ic
Salisbury, N. C, May 10, 18C3. wly I
it II "1)981 61 qJJK II!isnjoK
Niaiivii v -v ,
ii t'liui'i i a .oi i a ati joj iu:i st pn.ijuaptin aqx-
(( (XHt t- o '" uiiiiui.u.i isiniuy
lltMl (K)0 9f" Kiawfy qse,")
Allin!st(Ol!s,14 to 1S,"1 aiui
8) at i i' 'jnanijno.T i no Xuviluio,, aauajns
U ajn ilia (i! v siediuo.i i w teit s )t ( in s)i
IbUivaa ajssss pu u,idr..i ((, AKVdIVOO Kill
" ;"; ' R ' K . .- ...... , .
3JI1 318VJLIfl53 3K1
' Jhe Stockholders of the Eastern and
Western Divisions of the Western North
Carolina Railroad Company are hereby noti
tied U meet in joint meeting in the town of
.Morgniuou iu 1 1 1 coii(i(y tx uurae. on tnetn
day of May, A. iM 18(10, to consider of such
matters as" may be properly brought before
them, and matters of importance.
W. J.'MOTT. President,
. Eastern Division W. N. C. R. R. Co.
GEO. W. SWEPSON. Pres't.
.Western Division S.Q.JLR. Co.
KaJsih, K- C. April 12, 16r. la
E. Q. Henderson
To E. Q. Henderson, tbe above named de
fendant a non-resident-: You are herebv
notified, tnat tbe following summons has been
issued against you, to-wit :
Tho Stute of North Carolina :
To any Constable or other lawful
Officer of said County Greeting :
l ou are hereby commanded to summon E.
Q. Henderson, to appear before H. B. Dusen
burv at his office in Lexino-ton. in the count v
of Davidson, oo tbe 2Wh day of April 1809. to
answer the cotu'iint, (which was this day fil
ed in ms otnee) of . symons, tor the non
payment of the sum ol fifty-three dollars and
eighty-cents, due by account and demanded by
said Plaint. ff.
Herein fail not, -and of this summon make
due return. This 21st day of April, 18C9.
H. B. DusEiisoar. J. P. -Yoo
are also notified tbat the above named
plaint ill' has sued out a warrant of attachment
against your property for the amount of dama
ges, and for tbe cat., e of action therein set
forth, returnable before the undersigned, at
his i, ilice in Lexington, in the County and
State aforesaid, on tbe 12th day of June.
8'i9, when and where yon are hereby re
quired to appear and answerthis complaint,
i default whereof, tbe plaintiff will ttake
judgment against you as therein demanded.
16 pr.f.$9:4w H.B. DrjSEKBUBY, J. P.
State of North Carolina,
John M. Barnhardt, Plaintiff,
D. M. Basinger, Defendant.
NOTICE is hereby eTen that a Warrant 'bt
A 1 1 i h melit baa been (SHlled Arrnjnar. thai siatafta.
of said defendant, who is beyond the limits of
this State, in favor of John M. Barnhardt, and
n-t ii enable before a Justice of the Peace, for tbe
said county of Uowan, on theiUd day of May,
li9, at Salisbury, tor the snm of forty -five dol
lars with interest from the2lst day of May 1861.
The said defendant is herebv not ified to annear
at said time and place and defend his suit, or
judgment will be rendered against him.
Witness, David Harrtnger, a Justice of the
Peace for the county of Kowan, this the 20th of
'It:4w.idT) DAVID UAKK1 NUEK, J. P.
State of North Carolina,
ROWAN COUNTY. -Superior
John L Morrison,
E!izabe"th V. Hulin,
and James Hulin,
7b the above named defendants: You
hereby notified tbat a summons in the above
intituled case has issued against you, and the
complaint therein was filed in the Superior
Court of Kdwan County, on the 24th day of
March lSb'J. in which it is alleged tbat the
plaint ill' is tbe administrator of one Jesse Bu
rn that the personal estate of the said Hulin
is insufficient to pay his debts, funeral expenses,
and charges of administration. ., Tbjsit.sajd Uu-
tn died seized in fee of two tracts of land in
RowsrkCoonty, particularly described therein
that the same descended upon yon, except
(said Elizabeth) as his heirs at law that eaid
Elizabeth is his widow and the prayer is that
the same may, by sale, be constituted assets in
the plaintiffs hands r.s Administrator of said
Jesse Hulin. . s
You are also notified that the summons in
the case is returnable to the next term of the
Superior Court aforesaid, to be- held at the
Court Hoose in Salisbury, on the third Mon-
tay in April next, when and where you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint in default whereof the plaint, If will ap
ply to said court for the relief demanded in the
Witness, A. Judson Msson. Clerk of the said
Superior Court at office in. Salisbury. March
24 th. 1809.
A. JUDSON MASON, C. 8. 0.
12 Cw:n.l.$l2. J
Scaler in xottths
GUu and frorktry Warr, Wall Paper, Win.
dow Shadfi, fcc, fce.
Ml KOMPT attention eiven to orders, and to
the sale of Cotton, Grain, Naval Stores, Tobac-
oN Dried Fruit, 4c , on Cninmisaion.
COURT HOUSE BUILDING,
april9 14-ly ' XI WBIB, M. 0.
.toil V 8. IIEXDERSOM,
SALISBURY, N. C.
I"" Will attend promptly totheColler-
kion of CHairiM