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PWOL IV SALISBURY, N. C., SEPT 10 1869. " J0. 30
SALISBURY, N. C, SEPT I
Patron iso your own Institutions.
THE Exercise of the ' moord female
VI lego, at Htalwviile, will returned the
lit of pN-ii I- i ext.
.ml. fuel, wasbiug. 815 "f month.
Tuition iu regular class- from 82.50 to
$5.00 i month.
Music, Urawing, Painting. Ac, extra at
moderate rate ; payment half iu advance for
term of four mouths, cudiug Deo. For
further particular! address
E. F. ROCKWELL.
jjtoteavilUa. July U.i-iu President.
Ma I ille Jl ale A t adt uiy .
BUI. A. 1
XI. T. Burke, A
TUB FALL TEKIf of th7s School will open
on the 6th of September, and continue sixteen
week. . TCITioh :
.. . n ,, (Primary 8 00
both Dop t. lnaUU f, oo
'liiH.il ItoparUueut,. ........... IU w
Cntitiinrent Fee I 00
Hoard iu good families at (IV per mouth.
Uue half ol the ahovo charges is required in
tW further particular, add new Use Principal
j uly ), l emu. w ra
Edge worth Female Seminary.
The next session will com
toeiice on lhe tirst Moutlay of September. The
entire expense ol Board and Tuition wiil be
from ?I(K to $110 if paid in advance. Each
boarder will lurnish her own light and towel
and also a pair of sheets and pillow cases. For
circular address J. M. M CALDWELL,
July 2. 1869 3m Greensboro', N. C.
Pleasant Grove Academy.
Kale and Female.
THE SEVENTH SESSION WILL COM
mence ou the 0th of August next
Course Engli-Hk, Classical, Mathe
tnatical. t'. ....... T,.it.n tVrtnri tr, ti ST ft iwr UUlinn
. . -mrmr rTwr aAABIIMT. Tim
I1 tirst Session of this Academy will coua
menee on tl. lift iloml.n in Jliuiuat eaouiiiK.
Puiilcofatrat any time and be charged from
Ute tune of entrance.
The rate t tuition will be an followa: 17.60
ttU.OU .ml $15 000 )er eion of & months payable
at the end of every month.
No iMin will be apaied to (tire pupil a thorough
traiaiae in all the brand usually taught in a ttmt
a a t. ...lit.,, .nil mni-a
The Academy tocaico in wnnny ........
n rraakliH lown.iiip
four miles from
Salisbury, on the new road to Mocksville.
Board can be had in re.-pecable families from7to
H dollars per month. L. H. UOTHltiH'K,
, June 85. IH69. 'g tm Princtpal
V. O. Xap and Oaaeteer.
XlIE SUBSCRIBEE HAVING Purchased
the entire Copy-right PhOea, Ac, of the above
Works and desirous to expedite their sale
through the entire State, at an early day, oners
to :u live, business young men a good chance
1 offer three-fourths of a map, in share of five
or ten counties each. This new map will be
about five feet by lour j illustrated border, hand
somely engraved, counties, railroads, ist offices,
mines, mountains, Ac., Ac. A Map worthy to
lie htmg upiu every house, office and school in
Specimen copies ready about the lt Septem
Terms accommodating, address with 2 stamps.
lir.v. SAM TEL PEARCE,
augl3-32-3m WHwiagton, N. C
BOOKS or MAGISTRATES
and TOWNSHIP CLERKS.
( ode of Civil ifrocednre which
every Magistrate must have. Sent
- free of postage, ...$3 0U
Magistrates Docket Book
Price in Store. $3 00 by MaR 3 50
Forms for Magistrates, as con
tained in aet of Assembly to provide
forma m aivil procedure before Mag
istrates. By mail,. 25 ct
Record Books for Township Clerks
to record proceedings of all meetings
of Township Trustee. Priee In
Store. 2-50, By mail, . . . ..... w .3 00
For orders of School Committees, on
County Treasurer in course of pre
Blank Summons, Executions, State War
rants, Ace, 2.00 per 100 and $1,00 ier
quire, sent free of postage.
Address aU orders to
, JAS- H. ENNtSS, Agent. .
No. Ca- Book Storu, Salisbury,
aug27 tf No. Ca. Book Store, Raleigh.
Salisbury Hale Academy.
THE NEXT SESSION WILL BEOIN ON
Wednesday ldth Sept, im.
TCITION PKB ilOSTTH I
English, - - - - $2 00
Liinguagea, - - - 2 60
Entrance Fee, - - 1 00.
Tuition papable monthly, and every pupil
charged fro 'it late of entrance to the close of
the term. J. E. WHARTON, A, M.
Sept. 3, 1869. it Principal.
AtTOBKEY AT LAW.
LEXINGTON, N d
WlLL PRACTICE ih the courts of David
son, Forsythe, Guilford, Alamauoe and Ran
dolph com u ties ;
Hon R. M.JVarson, C. J. of N, C, Raleigh.
" E. O. Reade, Associate J uatice, "
" Tlioma8ettk.p " " "
" R. P. Dick, "
" Bedford Brown, Yancey ville, N.,C.
" Hon. John Kerr, , "
J. R McLean, Greensboro', N. C.
" Thomas Roffin, Jr.. "
" J. M. Cloud. Dobson, N. C.
. January 29, 1860. tf
Dr. I. W. JONES,
located in Salisbury, offers his '
services to tBc public. Of-
eec nnl'iranril Street, o-tt'e Hh ltun House,-
aud next dnr to rbe aw office of ffotl. Uurton
Jf.,,-. - Jfa'y iWrf.
TWtr. I .' . twaiyauu wiw AUUlia .lct r.-.i -. 1-.
State of Worth Carolina, )
Daviuson CeusTVi J
Superior Court, Spring Term, ISO.
W. M. Wilheua and wife Arabella..!. E. New
son and wife Margaret, Augustus dray and
wile Maty, and S. K. Harrison Plaintiffs.
W. D. Lindssy, Tiuslee of Caroline Hampton,
dee'd., James Tansy, Trustee ol Simpson
Wilson, Margaret Tansy his wile, and Clias.
A. Wet hero, Defendants.
Petition for Siite and Iartilion of the Lunds of
the tale Margaret Wilton.
ft appearing to the aatisfiwition of the dourt
that W. D. Liiidsay. Jus. Tansy, Margaret Tan-,
sy audC A Wethero, defendants iu this proceed
ing are non-residents of this State, it Ordered,
That publication be made weekly, for six succes
sive wee'fcs iti'the'Otil North State,' newspaper
publislieu in Salisbury, H. U., summoning each
ol said defendants to be and appear at the next
term ol our ssid court to be held at I lie Court
House in Lexington on the 2d Monday after
the 3d Mo 'duy in September next, then and
there to answer or deinnr to said petition, or
I he same will be taken pro confetso and heard
ex parte as to them.
Witness, h. 1L Johnson, Clerk of our said
Court at office in Lexington, the 2d Monday
after the 3d Monday in April, 1869.
. L. E. JOHNSON, C. S. C.
Order made and issued Aug. 23, lbi.l.
Ivor to Carolina I Siperiok Coiut,
Caldwell County. Spring Term, 18oD
Construction of Will.
J. H. Wilson, execu.or of James Blair, dee'd
W. A. White and wife, Nancy M. White,
Avij Seleua Pool, Avey Seleua senhour,
by W. A. White, Guardian. Beujamia
Steele .1 nd wife Elizabeth Steele, James
Bui ues. P.O. MoCrary and wife f
McCrary, Emma Barnes by G V
Guardian, Sarah Isabella Fortne,
eline Fortner, James R. Banics, . a
In this case it appearing t the satisnvtion
of the court that James Barnes. P. G. Mc-
nublished in Salisbury
said defeudants to be and appear at the next
term of our Superior court to he held for the
couuty of Caldwell, at the conn house in Ie
noir, on the 8th Mouday after the 3d Monday
iu August next, then and there to answer the
complaint of plaintiff filed in the clerk's of
fice, or judgnitut wil! be taken ex parte as to
WitDess R. R. Wakefield, clerk of our
said court the 8th Mouday after the 3d Mon
day in March. 1809.
R. R. WAKEFIELD, c. s. c
Worth Carolina, ) Bvmnm r.
Rowan CouNTr, ,
Moses L. Holmes, Reuben J. Holmes, Valen
tine Mauney. Ephraim Mauney, B. B. Rob
erts and D. A. Davis, Plaintiffs. .
Amos Howes and tne Noith Carolina Ore
Dressing Company, Defendants.
State of North Carolina :
To Amos Howes and the North Carolina Ore
Dressing Company Greeting.
In obedience to an order from lion. John
M. Cloud, Judge of the 8th Judicial District of
thisJState : You are hereby commanded to re
frain from wot kino, or in any manner using
any of lhe Gold Hill properly as described in
Plaintiffs complaint, either by yourselves or
agents, servants or attorneys And to appear
before the Judge of our Superior Court at the
Court House in Salisbury, qij the 28th day of
September nex', then and there to show cause
why the injunction shall not be continued till
judgment be rendered in thia action ;
And it appearing to the satisfaction of the
court that after due diligence the defendants
cannot be found within the State, but that de
fendants are non residents of this State, it is
ordered by the court that service of this order
for injunction be made by publication for six
weeks in the "Old North State" newspaper,,
commanding the defendants to appear at the
i in. e and place designated, then and there to
show cause why an injunction shall not be
granted till the judgment be rendered in this
acta hi. v .
Given under my hand and seal of said court
this July 30, 18G9. .
A. JDDSON MASON,
Clerk Sujerior Court for Rowan Coaaiy.
31-Cw (prfee $12.) ,
Wortn"CaFolina, I 8irPKBIOB CotrY
Koiy.N Cod ntt. )
BUaabeth Jenkins, Administrator of Win. Jen
kins, Deceased, Plaintiffs.
The Xorth Carolina Ore Dressing Coinpany,Ie-
. It appealing upon affidavit that the defend
ant is foreign corporation, and there is no of
ficer or agent of said coi poration to be found
within tlie limits of this State : It is ordered
that publication be made in the ''Old North
State" newspaper for six weeks notifying the
defendant to be and appear before the Judge of
the next Snpeiior Court to be held for the
com tv ol Bowan at the Conit House in Salis
bury, on the 3d Monday irf September and
irrrswer the TWnphMB44f said Piaiut iff a figgg
of which is filed in the Snpeiior Court office.
If the -u'.l defendant shall fail to answer the
gaid complaint during the term of said court,
the plaintiff will take judgment against defend
ant ns demanded in said said writ
Given under my hand and seal of said court
this 30th day of July, A. D. 1P09.
A. JUDSON MASON.
Clerk Siierior Court for Hotcan County
316w-.(pr. j,.e g.) -
Nor t h Carolina, 4
Mary A. Campbell, Plaint Iff.
William I. Campbell, Deft
In this rase it i made to appear upon affidavit
that alter diligent scarcli the defendant cannot be , ,
fcond wTfain the limits of this Slate It is therefore J 4
ordered that publication be made in the "Old North j
State." a newspaper published in Salutary, N. '..
for six Week non fyi us the defendant to appear at I
the next term of the Superior Court hr the county j
..f ,'. i4.-.)l . t I It. I '.,,, I i I .) it. in I i,,,.r Mitk. . K.
Hth Monday arter the 3d nouii.i v in Aagust next.
, then am) tliere to snswerthe complaintof the Plain
tiff which is filed in the office of her court.
W rtwess. IJ. K. ilcrlt ol udtmmI
this the sind Hay of September, a. I860.
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Editor and Proprietor.
RATBR OF M ll( itlfliov
Oxk Year, payible in advance $8.00
Six Months, ' 1.50
5 Copies to one address, 12,50
10 Copies to one address, ".0,00
Jtates of Adwrtuintj.
Une S.jiure. tirst iuSerUou , $1,(K)
For each additional insertion. at
Special notices will be charged 5U per ceut
higher thau the above rates.
Court n Jnstfre ( trdei s will Im- publish
ed at the somc rate with .it Lor advertise
ments. Obituary notices, over six Hues, eharged
i x i
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28 00.10 00; 50 OOiSfJ 00 130.00
M HI ANNUAL FAIR
N. Carolina Agricultural Society,
TO BE HELD IN THE CITY OF RALEIGH,
1 (Id th inn,. 20th 1 lt xiul i 2il of Hi tnhi r - lll
President Kkmp P.' Battlk.
Vice Presidents. 8 F. Patterson, R.
R. Bridges, L. M. Barringer, S. L. Fre-
L i i v r, v. ..... . . .:
A. B Andrews, ( ran tile ; J. 8. 1 " ni
cy, Edgecombe ; Willie D. Jone, Wake ;
M. A. Bledsoe, Wake; T. M. Holt, Ala
mance ; J. M Heck, Wake; W. II. S.
Sweet, Craven ; R. W, Beat, Wake j Rob
ert W. Wynne, Wake; B. B. William
son, Wake ; Wm. A. Smith, Johnston,
W. G.1 Upchurcli, Wake j J. Brinton
The address will be delivered Thurs
day, att 11 o'clock, A. M., by Prof. W.
C. Kerb, State Geologist.
LI-T OF PREMIUM 8.
DEPA&TME0T FIRST LIVE STOCK.
DIVISION I HORSES, Ac
CLASS I THOROUGH BRED.
Bet Stallion over 4 years md. . .
Second best orer 4 years old .......
Beit Brood Mare over 4 years old . . .
Second best over 4 years old . -.
Best Stallion over 2 and under 4 years
Best Mare orer 2 aud under 4 years
In this class, purity of blood being the
highest point of distinction, a well aatlien
ticated pedigree must, in every case ac
company each animal put on exhibition to
compete for any of the above prises.
CLASS U LIGHT DRAY AND SADDLE HORSES.
Best Stallion over 4 years old... ...820
Second Licit. .over 4 .year old. . .. 10
Best Brood Mare over 4 years old". . . 10
Second best over 4 years old 5
Best Brood Marc and Colt 10
Best Stallion over 2 and under 4 years
old - 10
Best Mum over 2 and under 4 years 10
Best Saddle-Horse mare or gelding, 10
Second best " " 6
Best pair Carriage horses, matched . . 20
Second best do do do 10
Best Single Harness horse,. .. 10
Second best j 5
In this class, individual excellence in
form, action and disposition, will be re
garded as chief points of merit.
in- III HEAVY DRAUGHT HORHBS.
Best StHllion over 4 years old. . .820
Second best do do 10
Best Brood Mare ovar 4 years old.. . 15
Second best do do 101
Best Brood Mare and Colt ......... 10
Best Stallion over 2 and under 4 10
Best pair Horses over 2 and uudcr 4
years old 10
Best Horse 5
In this class, form, size and docility,
will be regarded a chief excellencies.
CLASS IV JACKS, JENNETS AMD MLI.ES.
Beet Jack, with improved certificates, 820
Jenuetr -do .
Team of 4 Mules,
Pair of Mules, . . .
DIVISION II TRIAL OF SPEfcl).
1 1, ill' mile Heats, 3 in five to Harness
Premium, $150. Entrance 5. 3
or more to enter.
Half-mile Heats, 3 in 5 to Harness :
Premium 8100'. Entrance 20 Three
or more to enter.
Half-mile II catty 3 in 5 to Harness :
Premium 850. Entrance 10, Three
or more to enter.
II. ill-mile Heats, 2 in 3 to Harness :
For all Colts and Fillies folded in
1805 or 1867. Premium, 850. En
trance, 810. Two or more to enter.
Half-mile Heats, 2 in 3 to Harness :
Premium, 850. Entrance 810. Two
or more to enter.
Best Pacimr or Racking Horse, mare
or gelding, either saddle or harness, j
I'remiuni, 9'J.r. Enlraiicc $$. Two
or more to enter.
7. Best children's Tony, $4.
DIVISION III CATTLE.
Ill-- I. 1 M I' til I I II.
Best Bull, MO
" Cow, 10
CLASH tl. Dt'KHAM, DEVON, 1 It-11 1 It E, AL
DEKNEY, IIEHTFOKD AND GftADE.
Best Bull over 3 yean old,, j. -110
'2 aud under 3
Cow orcrS year,
2 and under 3 y'rs old,
' Heifer Calf.. ............. ..
- I I. I- 1 1 K I
Best Bum, .....t0
in LU WORKING OXEN.
Best pair working Oxen, 820
l.v-s IV FAT CATTLE.
Best lot of Fat Cattle, not less than 5 810
" Fat Ox or Cow, 0
f! Spayed Heifer,... 10
CLASS 5 MILCH COWS.
Best Milch Cow, giving n t lues than
20 quarts on exhibition, 820
Second Best Cow, it. quarts. 10
Best Milker, Man or woman, 10
DIVISION IV SHEEP AND GOATS.
CLASS I. MEkINO, CoTSWOLD Ok
" Ewes, not less fli.'in 'A
" Lambs, not less than 3,
CLASS U. JfATIVB OR GRADE.
" Ewe, not less thsn 3
" Lambs, not less than 3
CLAS8 III. UOAT.
Af tlu.tr Gnuics
Best Boar, over 2 years old,
" llreeling Sow, over 2 years old,
" Bleeding Sow, over 2 years old,
with not less ih. in 4 pigs,
Best lot of Pigs under 10-Mtotiihs old.
This class will be regarded chiefly for
their sissc, form and fituess Tor pork hogs.
Class H.SugoUt, Essex, Neapolitan,
Chinese, Guinea, Snap-Dragon and
Best Boar over 2 years old,
V Breeding Sow, over 2 years old
do g do do do
with not less than 4 pigs,
Best l)oar and Sow under 2 years old
" lot of Pigs und- r 10 months old
In this class, respect will bo had chief
ly to fattening qualities.
CLASS in - X ATI VKS.
Best Boar, over 2 years old
" Breeding 8ow over 2 years old
" " " with 4 pigs
Second best with 4 pigs
Best Boar and Sow
Second best Boar or Sow,
Best lot of pigs under 10 months old
10 Fat Hogs of any kind,
CLVSS IV POULTRY.
Best pair Shanghais
"( anada Geese
',' Muscovy Ducks
Pied Guinea Fowls
White do do
Best exhibition of Pigeons
Best and largest variety of poultry
by one exhibitor. t
class v. Bees and dogs.
Best Swarm of Italian Bees
" Common Bees
Best Watch Dog
44 Shepherd's Dog, trained
CULTURAL AND OTHER PRO
DUCTS. Division I Plantation and Farm Pro
ducts raised bu Exhibitor.
CLASS I. GRAIN AND SEED.
Best variety of Bread Corn, 1 bushel
Field Peas, do
Ground do do
Grass Seeds, adapted
to the South for Hay orGrnxing,
Greatest variety of above articles
raised on one farm.
CLASS II. COTTON, HEMP, AC.
Best 2 stalks of cotton as sample
".' specimen do 50 lbs. iu seed,
" do Hemp, prepared or
Best specimen of Braom Oorn, 20 lbs. 3
" Leaf Tobacco, not
less (ban 10 lbs. 3
Best Specimen of Maple Sugar, 3
" Sorghum Sugar, 8
M Virgin Dip Tur
pentine 1 barrel as Sample, 3
Beat pec i me n of Rosin, 4
For, tne best specimen of Linseed,
Turpentine, Castor, Cotton Seed,
Olive, Fennel, or any other vari
ety of Oil, made in the State and
pi spared by tbe exhibitor, 3
1 !e -1 specimen Sweet Potatoes 1
Buatut as (ample, .
Beet specimen of Irish Potatoes,
l-iishel as. sample, 3
CLASH III. BifTTER AND CHEESE.
Best jar of Fresh Butter, not less
than 5 lbs. 83
Boat fii kin of Batter, 6 month old,
not less than 20 lbs., 6
Best new Cheese", 3
" Cheese, 12 months old, 5
The process of making and preserving
Batter and Cheese, mast be given In full
by the exhibitor.
CLASS IV.rLOUR, MEAL, BREAD, A
Best specimen ofWheal Flour, 1
bbl., ground in the State from
native wheat, 810
Second best specimen ofWheat
Flour, 1 bbl., ground in the Slate
from native Wheat 5
Best specimen Corn Meal, 1 bbl., 5
Bice Floor, " 5
" ' Buckwheat Flour, bbl, 3
Beet Specimen Oat and Rye Meal, .
A barrel, 3
Best stii! cimen of Starch, frorr
Wheat Potatoes. Ate, 8 lbs. 3
Division II. Horticultural Products,
CLASS I. FRUITS ADAPTED TcftliE
Best specimen of native Wines of
each not less than T dosen bottles,
CLASS II WIT TREES, Ac.,
TO I HE SOUTH.
Best and largest variety Apple Trees 85
CLASS III. VEGETABLES.
Best six ttalks of' Celery
" specimens of Cauliflnwesf
'i do Broeeoli.
' t m v
do Et P
Best TarietY of Squash,
do Cucumbers for Pickli
peck of Onions,
" peck of Tomatoes,
u Sugar, Beets, Carrots, Parsnips
and Turnips, J d z :u of each for
each variety, 2
Best Pumpkins, 2
Division III. Salt Provisions.
CLASS L PL A XT A TO IX.
Best Pickled or Mess Beef, barrel, 95
, do Pork do .J5.
Best half dosen Bacon Lams, regard
less of age, 5
Exhibitors must state in full, in writ
ing the mode of pickling, tbe Beef and
Pork, aud curing and preserving the Ba-
CLASS II. WATHf .
t half barrel Roe and Cut Herrings, 85
tfc. do Shad,
" do Mullet. 5
CLASS I. PLOW!
Best side hill
" DouhlesMould Bord Plow,
" Cast Mould Board Plow, 1 horse 10
" do do do 8 do 10
Wronght-Mould, Bound Plow, 1 horse 10
Best Wronght-Mould Board Plow 2
Best subsoil Plow 10
" Cotton do 10
" Snlkey do 10
The plows to be tested by an actual
tri.il, under tbe following Rule :
1. The plows to be held by tbe com
petitors or persons appointed by them.
0. Each plow shall open and plow four
pounds, back furrowing.
The following points will be consider
ed by the committee in determining the
merit of the plows 1
1. Weight of plow.
2. Breadth of Furrow.
3. Depth of Furrow.
4. Simplicity of Structure, Material,
Workmanship Durability and Price.
Best Plowman, 820
Second best Plownan, 10
Fach Plowman to find bis own team.
Plowman to drive. ,
Class II. Implements.
Best Cotton 8craper, 8:0
u Specimen of a Sweep, 1 5
J4 Toothed Cultivator, 5
do Harrow, 5
Horse Rake, 5
Iron Roller, Smooth, 5
do do pegged, ,
Weeding Harrow, Plow, 5.
imcn "I 11 F inn t.ate.
P rail Ladder,
" Extension Ladder,
mnA m. I . . . H i. .. t 4
"i,ri IWIVir III
ricultural Implements, manufactur
ed in the State by tbe exhibitor or
under his supervision, 20
Best made any where, 10
" Rakes, dosen, a
" Suesthes, j dozen, 2
" Grass BlaUca, dosen, fi
" Jra do 4 do 6
Cktss Ill-Farm Vehicles, ice.
lUot 4 or 6 llore Road Wagon, $20
" 8 do do 10
"1 do do
" t Horse t'art, tnrnl.le, fff
" 1 Ox Cart and Yoke, 5
" 1 Wheel barrow, 5
11 1 Dumping Wagon, fi
" pair of Wagon or Plow Hemes, 2
" Cart Saddle, ' 2
" Oe Cart Vbeels, 3
" 2 Horse Pleasme Carriage, 25
" Plimion, Uorkitway or Top Baggy 15
" Opeo Buggy or Sulky, each, 10
Division II Machinery.
Class 1 Steam Power.
Best Engine for Agricultural purposes
at work on the ground
Class 2 Horse Power.
Best Sweep Horse power,
" Railway do do
" Saw and Grist Mill, Corn and
Cob Crusher, and Thrashing Ma
Best Broadcasting Machine, for sow
ing Bone Dust, Lime, fee,
'' Cotton (im - 4
- Mowing Machine for
n,;, L t , ..1.;,,
. - 1 1 v r "I'M inn
" Sewing M
" Grain Cradl
" Plantation Mill,
" Lifting Pump,
" Forcing do
Division III. Arts.
Class 1 baddlery, etc., made in the State.
(test Se of Carrimre Harness. S15
" Buggy or Sulky Harness wk
" tiont s SaUUle, liridlo aua -uar-
Best Ladies' do do
" jet 4 Mkm Wagon
" 8 do do
. 1 mt do
" Carl Harness,
" Plow do
" Halter and Collar ei
Class 2. Cabinet Work
" Cradle or -Cr
rib for C
" Rockinff Chair,
" Half dezeu Sitting Chairs,
" Centie Table,
" Wash 8tand,
'"Wardrobe, Sideboard or Bureau,
" Desk, Book-Case, Sec, "KPv
" W indow Sash and Blmdsweaeh
Class 5 Shoes, Hats, nc., made in State
Best pair of Gentleman's Boots,
do do Shoes,
"tnlf doxen fyogans,
" Dress Hafvsilk or fur
" Plantation Flat,
. " half dozen Wool Hats,
" 8traw or Grass "
" made Gentleman's Coat, Pants
Class 4 Sundries made fn the State
Best lot of Guns,
" Stone, Glass or Earthern Ware,
" Cast (hollow) Wars, as Pots,
Best Wood Ware, (hollow) as Buck
ets, Tubs JCeefers, &c.
Best Casks, Barrwrl; c.
" leather, Sole, Kip and Calf
" Side of Harness Leather,
" dressed Buck, Sheep or Goat Skins, 5
" lot of Baskets for farm use, 6
" lot of Tin Ware, 3j
Edge Tools,- 10
Second best lot of Edge Tools, 6
Forth besi and greatest variety of
Mechanics Tools, 10
Best lot Manufactured Tobacco, chew
"g do do dp
Best Box Cigars, ,
" Tallow Candles,
" Long handled Brooms, 1 doz.
" specimen ot Pressed Brick, doz.
do Fine do ,, do
do Dressed Stoue,
Msnte. C. Marble,
Axe Helves, dozen,
Division IV. Manufuctures.
Best piece 1 yard Broadcloth
t ass 1 mere,
Liney or Kersey,
Flannel, plain and
. 1- V. VUo WfcuMtfW . . . . . 10 1 r
irnti iorn rjsnter 01 ..m.
w . .. J
CuRKand otuffcr, 3
do . 5
r i'aa j 1 ennenor
-.j.:- 4i, Q4i. ol
muw in i'.l uiuie. i
' mm di
piere 1 yards Linen Bleached,
Shirtinpr & sbect'g
Bale eotton Yarn, all numbers,
Cotton Sacking, 30 yards,
Jot Cotton Twine,
Paper, printing, letter, cap, Ate ,
Coil of rope, hemp, cotton or.bear
Best Mattrass, hair, moss, shack or cot-
. . 2r.3! ..... A-
. In alJ classes ot this Ot vision, the pre
miums affixed to each article will also be
given for the best specimens, wherever
RELIEF fob the SfjRELY AFLICTED
It was the misfortune of the undersigned
to have mi ilered. as few have every suffered
before for six long and gloomy years, fatto
an affection of his feet and legs, superinduced
by overwork, during the first year of tbe late
war. During all that time, he was compell
ed to drag hut emaciated frame about, ou
crutches. In vain ne invoked the best med
ical 1. tie i,t of the country ; and visited tha
most celebrated medicinal Springs. Worn
down and exhausted, he gave up ail hope of
recovery. At this stage of his ease, having
been governed by his medical friend from
the beginning, he determined to adopt a
method of treatment, the result of his oau
reflection. It is enough to say. that this
method is not so much new, as it is, the more
skillful application of what bas been long
known, aud at tempted by the Physicians.
After fome 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
LjSkin his condition a year ago, he can, even
rWw, hardly realize the truly wonderful im-
rofoiii dlv grateful for this extraordinary
5 flegs- Vn'ric .se V eii,7; "w"k"fgi
5IJ0U1U, Aoj, no matter of how long ifssKing.
It is one 01 tne great uuvuuiage 01 111a
mode of trsetinent, that no restrictions an
iuipoayd on the patient, as regards diet, exer
ciseTS-e.. and for the most part, little or no
Medicine is Used.
Tbe charges shall be iu accordance with
the general depression of the times : and those
really indigent, will be treated "without mon
ey and Without price."
J EDWARD SILL. M D
Feb. 18 tf Salisbnry, N. 0.
Worth Carolina, I Srriaioa Col-bt,
Caldwell County. Spring Term, ltsti'J,
Elizabeth A. Estes,
ft against "Attachment.
James H. Collett. J
i In this case it is made to. appear to -the sat
isfaction of tbe court that the defendant James
11. Collett resides" beyond the limits of this
State: It n -therefore ordered by tliecourl
publication brm'ade in the "Old North Stat
a newspaper puulislieu in Salisbury, JM. V.,
six weol s successively, notifying the defendant
and asnear at the next term of our
Court to be held for the county
Caldwell at the Court House in Le-
ir, on the 8th Mouday after the 3d Monday
in August next, then and there to plead, an
swer or demur, Or judgment pro confetso wit)
be taken against him.
Vur.ess, R R. Wakefjield, clerk of our said
court at office, the 8th Monday after the 3d
Monday in March, lbtjB.
"AKEFIELD, c. a c.
31 w (pr-fee-te.)-
5 I Best pair of Blankets,
North Carolina, I Stjpbbiob Codet,
Caldwell Couuty. Spring Term, leM0
Michael Spainhour, use of "j
James iXCollett, j
In this case it is made to appear to the set
isfaon of tbe court that James H. Collett re
sides beyond the, limits ol the State : It is there
fore ordered by the court that publication be
made in the ' Old North State," a newspaper
published in-Salisbury, N. C., for six weeki
successively, notilyuig the defendant that be b
and appear at the next term ol our Superior
Court to be held for the county of Cald
well at the Court House in Lenoir on the
8th Monday after the 3d MoYiday in August,
next, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur, or judgment pro conlesso will be taken
Wituess R. R Wakefiold, clerk of our said
court at office the 8th Monday after the 3d
Monday in March 1809. 1
R. Rl WAKEFIELD, 0. (t o.
31Cwf prfee 83)
31. $ ttml Itcrmur,
Oollcctcr's Office. 6th Dist., N C
SALisBruv, 18tb Aug. 1869.
ON the 16th day of June, 1H69, in the city of
Charlotte, deputr collector J. llendefson
at the instance of Wm. V. Henderson, Asseoeor
of this District, seized for forfeiture for vi lattoua
of the Revenue Iiws of the United State.
Trh-trrWlowi one Keg Spirit, oauwl m
ostensibly by Jauics D. Palmer, and ou tbe SWth
Jutie Irfti), in the same city, 1 Bbl of Whiskey,
owned ostensibly by Wm. It. Cochran, and also
I iibls spirits, owned ostensibly by. Geo. Crass.
Thore were also seized for the same cause, near
Sbepard's cross-rrads in Iredell county, on the
4th day of June. 1H69, 1 bbl spirits, owned om
teusildy oy fcU'phcn tioulrev, and on
June. If'W, two Kbls spirits, in U;c town of
St itcsville, owned ostensibly by Miles JJolshon-
serrid tm tin- tb dav of May, I860, in the
town of Salisbury, one Kbl spirits, owner un
known. Any person 'or persons claiming the al
named property or any part thereof, are herel
SMtttsd to apneiir at my othce and make aoi
claim within thirty days from the first public;
tiou of this notice. 8. H. WILKV
VTT0fiEV 4 W)1SELL0R AT LW .
SALISBURY, N. C.
tyWilt atteud promptly toiheCollec.
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