SAl.l-WUY. ntfDAV.OCT. W. IMPU.
Till. CUBING B( KSK,
The following i proniiuir-cd b the W7fm;-
tU, R "'" in be uiejtutiooably tbo'fluwt Amu
lean hv in ver w riu ii :
Within the sober realm ol Icyflh
Tin ii-d er ilihsled ihe ill
iiii v ir,
l ike suiiw tanned naluT, in hi hour of case,
When nil tin- Ik-Id are Ivii ' brown and Ut,
Tin- crny barn, lonkln" from tl.' ir hazy hills
Vet ill" linn w iter- widening ill I lie vales,
Sent down the nir a greeting Ui ioc mills,
( n iliu lii!i thunder ul alternate flail..
Ali si;;!'1 w tfu m J owed and all sound- tub
1 a 1,
The liiili sitmcJ further and the stream sany
As in a ilrt:;. the dWtanl woodman hewed
l.'i- n'cr I u'i li many n muflScl bluw.
The embattled forests, crewhile armed with gold,
'J'luir itonner bright wilh every Biariial line,
Now sto"l like soiiil Kid, V-aton ho-i of td,
Withdrawn ttJar iu 'film 'i remote .1 blue.
On somber wing the vulture tried hi Ili-Jit ; '
Tim dove K-iinsv huaid hu suiting tnate'ccm
And, like lar slow drowning in I lib light,
Tlie villfjfB 4wW vwie seemed M pal at.d
5 Tlie sentinel cViffe rrpoh flic lifltsloV crew
Crew thriiv-rtiiid nil wan stiller than before;
Silent, till sonic replying warden blew
)I1b alien hum, and then iw hoard no more.
Where tint. the lay, within the elm's tall crest,
Made garrulous trouble round her unhedged
And where the oriole swung tier waving nest,
l!y every liuht win I like u censer rwung ;
Where sang the n iy marten of the caves,
The busy swallow circling ever near
Foreboding, a-i the runic mind believe,
An early harvest aud a plenteous year ;
Where every bird that waked tbe vernal feast,
Shook the tweet slumber from its wings at
To warn the reaper of the rosy east
All now was sunless, empty and forlorn.
Alone, from out the stubbie, piped the quail,
Aud croaked the crow through all tbe dreary
Alone tiu pheasant, drumming in tlie vide,
Made echo in the distance tj the i.ot'agc loom."
Thcr Was no liid, 0 blrjoTn, nprm the bowers,
Ubesj ders moved their thin shrouds night
by nitfht ;
The thistle down, the only ghost of flowers,
Sailed slowly by pawed noiseless out of eight.
Amid ail this, the cejfte of the scene,
Tiie white-haired matron, with monotonous
Plied tlie swift wheel, and with her joyous tncii:
Sat like fate ana watched the living thread.
She had known Borrow. He had walked with
Oft supped and broke with her the ashen
Arid in the dead leaves till she heard the stir
Of his thiik mantle trailing in the dust.
While yet her check was bright with summer
Her country summoned, and .-die gave her all ;
And twi.'e far bowed to her his sable plume
lle-gare the sword to rust upou the wall.
He-gave the sword, but not the hand that drew
And struck for liberty the dying blow ;
Jior him who, to his -ire and country true,
Fell 'mid the ranks of the invading foe.
Long, but not lorjd, the droning wheel went on,
Like the low murmur of hive at noon ;
Long, but not loud, the memory of the gone
Ureal in d through her lips a sad and tremu
At last the thread wan snapped, her bead was
Like dropped the distaff through her hands
And loving neighbors smoothed her careful
While death and winter close the autumn scene
Tlm best method ofiusjng atable or
barnyard manure for com or putatoec, is
to btinl it fresh from rtio cr-llar in coticti'
lion which it Vests in the vaults, spread h
upon the plowed" field, and harrow it in
with a Geddes barrow. This in what we
oall '"long manure, ' and a form which,
according to thi-- opinions of many fanners,
is unsni'ed to immediate tice ; also, il ls
. fiijected, that in spreading fresh manure
Upon plowed fields and covering it super
ficially with cartli, iiiucli is lost by evap
oration, or uior correctly speaking, c. r
tn'n volatile, gaseous eonstituenU rise on
the brfex and ar wafted away. In (fur
view, btUi f the no limn are . incur recV
The exercBeht of ahtmsfi "muit undergo
kind '-f fermeiiiaiou, or putrefaciive
rhxnge before it m assimilated by plants,
and it t better that this be carried for
wrd in the field, as there it is in contact
with tbe roil, which is greedy to absmb
arthtt UtoJwl af tli8 the eheaalcal change
t-aiivVV-wer Las bestowed ujn dry
i. . k ; MJh;b,i f
artb prodieiona absorptive cipabilitie
Jf a Jump of fresh manure as large as a
pffk measure ia placed upon a plowed
fi dd unciverel, or allowed to faruieut or
decav in the open air, the absorptive
powers ot he narth at sueh that it will
actually at 'ft tnva d it nri m mieal a:.d
other gases, and thus rob the atroospber.
of i;s natural volatile principles. A film
of earth no thicker than lb rind of an
oransje placed over a lump of manure
wi.i prevent lose of DMnuria) protlucU un-d-r
alt possible r irenuistances. It will be
nured lin n that a barrow is erjimlly as
iffer-iive as a plow in protecliong manure
In I be open fiebL, It is better to have
be manure' near the surface, as the fains
n reach it, and disolve the soluble satis,
mil by percolation carry tin in doWMi the
hungry roots of plants.
Iserg nntiMre ielo 1 f wrt" Jr pl
itt.M ;. ..! .1; bt. Ifail " i.t in i
-it .'fit r. rr rr- trtr e-o ! rl '
1 lfe4meji! tii !
an y M uinl on Hiiuiu toil tbu ltiM i'u
illoiit teiiotlf niK'. In lli- prueeiit "I Hu'i
limklllg ftbve.'HMi in ci'fs.ii y lo set up ii
li-iicli. liuw llu lrui-r will not iiltinipi
in xn.iii.-t Hi. (an ' i . in - ui ii- ji'ii i-ii
ity birciug water into lira bnttii4ud di -
pinC the lujuiil off trout the top. Tbe
iintui.ll pi-ie"l iiing or i ili iusi .'tf proeos
I- uoWHW4ld III iieciii dm.ei- with lue law-
id gravity. i'bn aolubli. alkalieii ami
rails ure driven downwaidn, and in tin
eas.' of the I. Ii uiust Iihvj h venue:
.. ..dy to receive tln-iu at the bottom, niul
hi the cam.' id tin- value auhalUurfr
I eat bed from in in tire, we uiunt Inve iln
lUMuuro ao placed llmt plant ronia will b
al bund to absorb llirui In fure they ian
beyond tin ii- rt'Ucil. Manure is lu vet en
valuable, is whe, i it Is Irvsll, li lln'li
ii.dil.- iii HufiK-iaiinii 'Dt only all tix i,
milulile sub-tn.iies iiMtunU i- tin- aulid s
crciueut, but uiiicb tbut it) nt great value,
tinind only in the liquid. It isiuacmi
dilinn tn ipi.ekly llliti'igii rlM-lllical eli.iug
and the gtiWHiUt arUuiouieal pruduets se
cured aru double iIiimh reniil'.iu IVkiii ilnai
w inch lias beeu wcatti. n-d in a b-ap mil
nt doom fur aevi uiimili. It inttt
Journal of Chtmirij.
P11EVEKTAT1VK EOU ClIl AT IN
A'.i Snlhei'n Cultimtor : 1 w-llgiM-j
nil a preventive hr du al and e -eLriel
in vn In at We luivi- In , ii liuiilil d vi i
much with ill pecta in tbin seciimi aiuc-llu-
war. J.njt fall 1 lia'.' mum' whin
vv lieat tliat 1 was very anxious i.i kerpn,
aeed of, but it wan very badly adum-i-itrd
with umlf chi-at ifrid-ciw'1c''rf.- firwr
set in in lii:geriiek a Midi h ut quantity
tor iny seed to sow live acres, but lo'itid
ili.it tlie old hand b ve at.d fiujci-pickii g
a;- dieli a slow U'ie-s, lll.lt ill": i r I had
,1 abaul llilee follitlis ul a lilisli- I clean,
1 cmicluded lu sow tli.it, and n-k getting
my seed frum that in future. There wan
some smut ulfi in tbe teel, mi 1 eunelml
i d to souk with b!u stone, us a ircvi niive
for smut. With the hand' 1 " tuuk
0 bus nets of wheat to uw ftu- a dn) V
ivurk, so on Saturday evening about sun
-el 1 tuuk lire 6 burhels of w heal, and
put one lb. of blueatone in a laj'gi- ti'utigb,
a.ni tilled with waieif, and tuuk off orcry
lalii ut wheat and client thai msi- to tiie
tup, and let it remain there until Maiidny
morning. Tbu wheat was in aoak snine
iliing like 'M boom ; and in taking the
wheat out, i noticed that the cuckcirl wim
rouen, and I was satistied that it would
not come up, so 1 aUnjiied lint plan fur
'bo balaiict! of my crop, wbi -li was lebuiit
30 acres , aud am happy to inform ymi
that 1 have not 4fe.il a siui-r ut ehenl or
iekii'1 in uiy wli-at treated that way,
'bin year, jSv niabt.ura, a well- a.a
mysely, arc aalisfied that tbe nnkiiig
wiib the quantity of bluestotlP, fur the
length of time above statev!, preventcil
nriTgruw tb of the cheat and cockerel, no
aa well an the smut, Ate.
A remarkable contribution to the con
troversy now in pnijrres's as to tin: merits
of vaccination is Turnulii-d by an official
body iu Ireland The Poor-law Commis
sioners there havr, it seems, ii.loniiul the
Belfast Hoard ot Guunlians that sinall-pox
has altogether ceased in the sister coun
try. This result the commission! rs attri
bute the careful carrying out of the Com
pulsory Vaccination net enforced in lie
land since 1863. Thy figures are very
striking, iktorc tliat year the deaths
trom siiiall-jiox average one honsubd an.
anally ; in ISdl tbe number wart reduced
:ob51; in 18G5, it was :i i 7 ; in lSGfi,
187; in 1807,30; and in 1868 only, lit
deaths occurred. In ttii'-first quarter ol
18GD there were three deaths; iu the sec-,
olid quarter there were none. Them
statements are so far most satisfactory.
In the interest of science and of the pub
lic health, however, it is lo be hoped thai
we sliall obtain some suppli meutary in
formation showing what measures weri-
adopted to obtain pure lymph, and wheth
er, iu the estimation of medical men in
Ireland, any oihur cause had a shaiu in
promoting the happy result.
PROFITS ( )V SOUTH E UN COTTON
The Charleston News makes the follow
ing statements on tbe authority of a paper
rend before the Agiiciihifnrh t'onVfentioii
of South Carolina, in April last :
The cost of manufacturing No. 20 yarn
in Columbia, Soitili Carolina, the figures
being in dtitail, is 29 SO cents ?a pound.
delivered in New Yoik. 'J'Jie cost of the
same yarns, manufactured in ibo North
is 3C hi cents. The Southern spinner,
therefore, can sell bis yarns at what tln-v
cost the Northern manufacturer, and sliii
make a profit of 7 0 1 cents a pound. Th'i.
ts conclusive, and it tiuv be remarked
lh.it the records of the (Jf.initeville and
Augusta Victories, mid indeed of every
well managed factory in the Smith, show
'.be large profits that m ty be, mule by
spinning yarns at ll)P verr"tnwi?-w4rr-rt'Tlie
Northern spinners arc barely paying" Ex
penses. I be aigiioieufs in favor ol spin
ning -ipply with equal force in favor of
weaving. A col ton mill with a capacity
of 4,000 spindles, with first class machi
nery complete, is estimated Ui cost 650,
000. Tb.g mill 1 will consume 867 bales of
be.n3a4 ,960 pounds. Omitting theco.t
of lh water power or site (be profits of
the year, the yams selling at the cost of
Northern production, would be $17,71S,
or about X5 pec cent, ou ibo capital' ill-vested-
RETIRING CHURCH DIGNITA
RIES. Thi' number of aged uviA almost- use
less dignatiuries of tne Englisliv Church
who are iu the receipt of large salaries
baa long been a subject of corsideratiuii
.i-l of criticism by no iiK ii.s g 1
j'mong onr brethren 'over ihe water An.
act of Parliament wa,' pasScd at the hist
session designed lo ' facilitate il.e r !iie
metil of ull such who might be wilting to
avail themselves t it. provisi on. Under
tbe i.iffoence nr this mins'ire nntl f itu
emtltnn::! ?: . id ntililie . j i : ; v n ie-
s i r,nt
h"igtb I ii. Ti.e
al fti",. ij'- ul
and alter .f. lfH Vean rf lu-
iy, witbhaWs f-oii Jits p si,i m
The Ilijtiip of Itxutor yield Ht the ag
I f liiut I V-mi"', t!i'Hli;ll lie lill Imldii nil to
(In- ('niinniy if nrhaui, which is worth'
a yr. rive bifln'pri have lliu
ui r'-s'K1" i'- iMin-is win piotiiMy I n
1 low, Tln-v will all In- well provided tor
I in tin iin linun lit, I lie leu '1 ui ih.-m
I in ictlie in n Hill r y -rjii-l to tint of tin-
, I'n-Mili'lil ! .In- I idled I .- t r h . I hi-
wi-t'diiig out nl iIk Chireli will b - attend
ee) by uikt'i' roiucijueiMM-a ;li in the anb
sllluli'iM of nctivt; fiti- wupoi .in ii i it irc
lIM, f'if, iing to the 1 1 hern I viewB of
her Majfty, mid also f Mr. tjladstHiii",
llu- cliuntctrr-wf lln- aipniiiliueiit wil be
eh.ing' d, Hud in iimsi iiistiincee iutproved.
U'kmis. It yuii plnuli down your
Wi-i'iU bi-lnri- I ll'-y go lu . seed they w ill
prove a benefit to yuiir land instead f a
Ctlti!', ll tbi'V au allowed In go hi seed
liny will pi ove a suuree of euillei"
liuiible. lMutiglied under, tin y air worlh
a- iipirh as a di' ssing nl luanme. It yn
add frotii iweistv live to f 1 11 y busln Is ui
Inn - per ii-r-mthe ground and hariow
ir iu, ii will convert ymir weeils into
nn: co kn cnni' in the west.
TIi f'hii a
a' tirs! suppu
savs : "It was
trust ot a few
u.-i d : li ii tin
llt 'its IJ'l
n ul none s
f N..rthi in
me d '.m tgf lo the
Illii.ui-, but such
inn s unl hoi lu buv" been the
iioU'Worthy ient whatever.
tael, lu any
1 1 is now
i!.-ly inai Ihe crop will lie wi n m.uuren
tbtmitflioilt tin- entire Northwest. It bad j
laltyady p i-sed all djutgvr, b' f'1"- h'' I
ifriii-t, l1iion;rfrjKit ihe great section of
I country where corn is Ihe principal pro !
iluciioii of ngriciiltuie. Noi 'only that,
but in some UuitiiMis of this st-cliou,
j w hep-, (lin n-;; the .summer, nutieip iiions j
'of ii stiiall yield prevailed, ihere turns out
, lo be ii great crop. The ruins of June
h nl shorlenedl tbe stalks, but as to the
'laiu itself, the season nferwar'cl was so
j wondi rtiilly and peculiarly favorable that
I it came out splendidly. Such is tin-tact
(as to prellv much all Illinois, loWa, j
i Northern Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska
A'e tbiuk then- is no room to dutibt thai
t ide corn crop f ilie year is by odds the i
most bountiful ever produced in this eoun-1
try, or that the quality of the grain is
. . -it, .i i
unusually good. i
ONE OF MAURJN'S MEN.
A S Louis newspaper chronicles the
death of uiio of Marion's im-h, at Ben
ton's Creek, neat Marantic Iron Works
in I'helps county, Missouri, on the 3d
inst. Tbe deceased, Mr. Archibald W.
Oxeudiue, wad burn ou l'eilet! river,
South Carolina, Augnsf 27, I759,and
was cuiisequentlv over 1 10 years of age
at the lime of his death. H" served
through the war of the Revolution as oire
of "Marion's Men," aud for over forty
ycunrws a ininiater of tbe Baptist de
II EMARKABLE DECLARATION.
The New Yoik Hun sayr :
"In one of ihe last conversation it was
eiir fortune to bold with John A. Raw
lins a man whose action was always
governed by' his obligations to his cun
trv ihe conversation occurred soon ater
the President bad developed his pulicy in
making appointment to high office)
Kawliu said : "If fhinys ure -to go in (his
it'll, it trjtthl be bcttur tj laiiv elected Ho
raiio S5y iiiuiir."
Mia-sJ'KXf EVKXiN'ns. Tlie boy who
spends' an hour em Ii eve.iing lounging i
idly ou a street corner, wastes, in the
course of a year, three bundled and sixty
live preciou.- boms, which, if applied Lu
study, would familiarize him wtili the ru
diments of almost any of the familiar Bci
ences. If in adiiilion to witslitiif au hour
eacli evening, be spends ten cents for a
cigar, winch is usually the ease, the
amount thus worn- lb in wasted, would
iay for leu of the b ailing periodicals of
tin- conniry. Roys, think ot thc-e things.
Think hew much precious lime aud good
money you art; wasting, and for what f -The
gratification afforded by ihe lounge
mi the corner, or by the cigar, is not only
temporary, nut positively huritul. tun
cannol indulge' ui ilieseracticea without
seriously injuring yourselves, You ac
quire idle and waslt fui habits, which will
ding to you through life, and grow, . upon
you with each succeeding year. You may
u ijfter lily, shake bliem oti, but, ihe prciba
biliiies are ili.it thv habits thus fonoed in
eat'lv lite will reuiiih wfth you till your
dying day. Re warned then in time, und
resolve that us the hour spent iu idleness
is gone forever, you will improve Vach
pus-dug one, and thereby fil jourscK'es
tor usefulness aud happiness.
Cast A Line for Yoirrelf A
young man stood listlessly watching sMne
anglers ou a bridge, 'He was poor and
ib jected. At last, approaching a buski t
filled wiiji wholesome loiiking flTf , C
'If how I had these, I would be happy.
I could s li them at a fiir pi ice und buy
tne food and bulging."
"I will give you just us many and just
as good fish," said ihe nwn'er, wbo.i-buiu
ced to overhear his words, it you will do
ine a trilling favor."
'And what is that askeT the other
''Only lo fend this line fill I come
bach ; I wi h to go a short Ciiand." 1
The p.'ojr.il v:i gladL- iiccepted.
TTie old tisberiuaii was gone so long that !
the young wan bVguii to be iuipatiewt.-1 1
Meanwhile the hungry fish snapped greed- ,
lv at ihe biited hook, and ibe young laan
1 st ii 1 his depnesion in the ezcili menl of j
pulling I hem In; and when the owm r of j
tlie line retirned lie h ui i!i;;lit a brg
nutnlmr. t'uiiuliug out from iIk-iu an!
many a-! were in the b.t.-li- '. and tirescnt-
i-ij theui lo the young man, ihe old fish- (
ounnn sa'd :
I fullill inv n
my promise from tbe fi-h you
, to teach yuii whenever ymi
J see m Iters earning
.J "asie no tune-in fi.
j'eusl a Liu' for jours'
An eiiiliu. -i.t-tt.- 1
iv.li... V. I,
fill - t, -el, itt -u- is MV;c-.s a h.i-i4,!M.d
.butter, 'nrl tuilk coet noilui j.
Cures All Pain l
a 5 5"
H2 t- e --i
4Hm m I & a
7 o FaifttlrciUe.
IEAVJC War-aw for KaVetteville daily ex
j eept Sunday. If you are iu We.-teru H
Ciirelinu (to tu llaleixh and priM-nre a through
ticket to Kayetteville 6i-H; Tlinaigli Tickets
iVw trwIUsliurn' via Warsaw, to rayetteville,
-, '. Throurdi 'iekels from VVcldon to Fayette
ville Pio. Ti rough ticket from Wiluiiugtou,
tia War-aw, tu I'aj cUevillc,
CUA ULO'lTE TO TATrR&BOBO
Leave t'liurluite after trains troia ltaleigh
and CuliniiMa, via Monroe, for WadeslHiro'
Tne-wlny, Th'iisifuj-, and tafnnlny f'ave Ta
desiioro', Taesilav, Thnrsilay, and Saturday, af"
ter afrivalof trains and Stairi) IfiHU Wilir.iutoij.
M0UK13VILLK. .ia Pittsbobo, TO KtlViPT.
Leare Morrisvillc, Tuemlay, ThUrsuay ami
Leave Iv-ypt Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. Ctemmont? Accommodation Line
Ret weeu Salem and High Point, will charter
Sta?es t all honrs
('helper than the Cheap
est." Otlico at Ilutner's Hotel. Salem. . C.
E. T. CLLMMONS,
Oct. 1; ISfiO tf
NEW YORKnnd North Carolina
ew York to Wilmington,
da Line will core prise the followiugiteara-
PA1RB A NK S , Capt: A . Hunter,
UM M'. LV1E, " 1). 1. Morgan,
RKBLY'CA ( Li DK, 0, Chichester.
M A R V S A N F R D, John Muore.
With sai-li .-..!. In ioiuil Steiiiue
eonired li meet the demands o
us may be
the Ira te
Sailinc" hotti ew York en
ami S. THI! DA 'at 4 P.
... loot of Wall si reel.
rv WEDXESOA f
M , Irom Fieri 15 E.
ffcjP Tlie attention of Shippers is called
to the LO VV RATES and FACILITIES
offered by this Line, which are superior to
any heretofore offered.
TiiRoiGH Rills of lading
gf"en to all points on the North Carolina
I Railroad and its Ciwineclious via Golds-
boro. J. A- AlL,hll,
WOR TH & DANIEL, Agents,
Wilmington, . C.
JAMES HAND, A-. n
fe.1.29 8lf 1 19 Wall Street, N. Y
This wonderftil vegetable
restorative is the sheet
anchor of tho feeble and
debilitated. As a tonic and
cordial for the aged and
languid it has no equal
among ' nl oina chics. As a
remedy for the nerroi
weakness to wJiich wom
are especially subject, it is
superseding ejery other
stimulant , In all climates,
tropica, temperate or
frigid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder
which nndcrmines the
bodily strength and breaks
down the nimal spirits.
Wherever it is intro
duced it becomes a stand
ard article amedlcinal
staple. It is today the
best and purest tonic, and
the most popular medicine
in the civilized world be
sure and get the genuine.
Sold by all Druggists, Gro
cers and Country Stores.
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS,
Ji'ttfiiuQix oi., uiiunorr,,3ia
iii. l..M.(i...-T and bent assorted t'eck
a iu tho city of
ral. I.w lsii it, S-illr il, njlrl, Kcllj rts
sitd i-frliasCi Bk.
jVi 111 lllll lllllll I ftijllilUlUrt II :M it
nuy atyiu of uiuuai aut ruling. . t : 9 - )
McCnBbin8, Sullivan A Co.
New Q-oodr-i I
Wo have received our Fall V
Winter stock of New Goods
which is very large and complete
consisting in part of
OF EVERY DESCMITIOI!,
Hardware, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Sole and Upper
Leather, Enameled and
Trimmings of all
kinds, Calf Skins", Lin
ing and Pad Skins, Linseed,
Tanners and Kerosene Oils, Co
pal and Coach Varnish, White
Lead of the very best Drands,
Colored Paints of all kinds, Col
ton Bagging and Roping, Iron,
Ties and Twine, Steel and Iron.
POWDER .' POWDER
lill l.l., UliAMl.Mt AAU Jfl'AlAO I
Yarns, Sheetings, Coffee, Sugar
and Tea, Molasses and Syrup,
Salt, Drugs and Medicines, and
EVERYTHING IN THE
WAY of MERCHANDISE
All of which was bought for
CASH, and wl" t3 soW
AS CHEAP as the Cheapest,
We allow.no House to under
Be sure to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
It affords us a pleasure to show
our Goods whether we sell or not.
Don't be deceived h v loud blow-
ing anuneavy sueumg, out come
I ft. 11' t 'A
to see uA and get posted up, ,
. - .
QB Orders from a distance
promptly filled at lowest prices
53 We buy nearly all kinds
McCubbins, Sullivan & Co.,
No. I, Mi'upht's Gramtk Row,
SJUbary, Sept. 24, t5. IS ly J
FOTtTY THOUSAND CASEW OP OOOUg
were biuued from our boime In ow Year,
to families, clubs, ami nieivhunu, la every part
of thu yonutry , from Mains to California, autouut
tug in value to over
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
Our faeilit furtraDsacting this iinniense ba
siaess are better than ever befora. We bavu
airunU iu all the principal cities to purchase
poods f hum ail the liauufacturers. Importers,
aud others, n Cash , ami ollea at an iuimeuau
naeritice from Ihe orijrinsl cost of pnaliiefion.
Oar tock, ooasisU, in part, of the following
Shawl, niankrl. Quilts, Cotton, Oinghnmt,
Prtli GHxl, Tuhle Linen. Touftli, Ilonirry,
tfjaesw, .Setrat, (-Virefto, re . At.
SHwr-PLiUti Wart, Spoon s platnl on Ktekd
Silivr, Dmrrt rhrln. Jtv bottle phtod Cator$,
Ih ittania Wart, Qtat Wtvrt, Table and Puektt
Cutlery, in great narittjf.
i Elegant Frtntk and Uerv.an thney Oooih
Iknutiful I'Uolograiih Albums Ihe newest and
ebon st stales in Moroeo) and Velvet bindinfc.
Uirroreo Travelling Itigs, Handkerchief and
Qluvr IhirfM, ifx
(fold and Plated Jtwelry. of the newest styles.
Wo have also made arrangements with some
of the leading Publishliifr iIoueiN.that will ena
ble us tu sell thu s'amlard and latest works of
popular authors at about one-half the reifidar
price: such as IIvkox. MmiRK, Duans, Mm.
i us , and Ta.taraox's Works, iu full liilt and
Cloth Wildings, and hundreds of others.
These aud everything else for
Oae Dulfar for cadi Artlelf.
We itu not oil' i a single article of inerchan
dise, I liat can be sold by regular duelers at our
price. We do not ask you to buy goods from
us uuloss we can roll tiium cbcajicr than yon
can obtain Ihuui in am other way ; while thu
greater part of our goods are sold at about
One half Uu Regular lia .
We want good reliable agents in uverv part
of tlie Country, iiy employing your sparutime
to lorin clubs a-ail seiuiiiig us outers, you can
oh'uiil tbe uni.-t libuial comuilsnMrtu, eilUer iui
Casb or BSerehaodisd. ami al! good i ieni
by us will be as ruprusented. mid we guarantee
satisfaetion to every one dealing withourhousc.
Agents shonlu collect ten cents Trom each
en-turner and forward to us in advance, for le
seriptive Cheeks of the goods we sell.
the liolUcixi ti e Cuccl.s liuve tlie privilege
of either purehiisiug the article thereon describ
ed, or of exehunging for any article mentioned
on our Catalogue, iiuuiberiug over UGo diflereul
nrficles; nut tine of which can be purchased in
tne usual wav lor tbe same inonny.
The advantages of first sending for Chucks
are these : We are constantly buying small lots
u verv valuable goods, wbieb are not on onr
catalogues, and fur which we issnn checks till
all ure sold ; besides, in erary largeeluh we will
put cheeks lor w atvmks, Ouilts, I!l.v.nkkts,
l)RKs.s I' vtti.ux.s. or some other article of value
giving some members of the clubuu opportuni
ty of purchasing au article for about one quarter
"In every order amounting to over ffsl, ac
eonijianied by the cash, tlie Agent may retain
$MK-. and in every order of over 11W, 3 00 may
be retaiued to
Pay the Express Charges.
This offer is moro nspeeiallv- to assist Agents
in tho Western aud Southern States, but is open
to all customers,
Agents will he paid ten per cent. In Cash or
Merchandise, when thev till their entire
Hub, for which below we give a partial List df
Tor an order of 930. from a club of
Thirty, we will pay the Agent, us commission,
28 yds. Brown or lileuched .Sheeting. Goil
Dress Pattern., Wool Square Shawl, French
Cassitnere Pants and A'r-sl Pattern, Fine large
White Counterpane, etc., etc., or fttJOO in cash
For an order of 950, f rom n cinb of
Fifty, we will pay the Agent, us Cum mission.
45 yds. sheeting, nne pair lf heavy wool blan
kets, poplin dress pattern, handsome wool
square shawl silrer-cusu watch, etc., etc., or
SSoo iu.ab. - -
For an order of 9100. from a club of
One Hundred, wc will pay the ngeut, as com
mission, 1011 yds. of food yard-wide .Sheeting.
I V.i,.s:il,-r IliifOlnf tja VVt.h I ' , , I , .1 . -
v,Mil Shawl, Suit of all Wool French Cas
mere, etc.. etc., or $10 in cssh.
We do not employ iny travelling" apents, and
customers hlioiild not pay money to person
purporting to bu our agents, unlets perMnallij
Send Money altera y s by Aegistor
For further partieiilars send for Catalogiiet,
PARKER k CO.,
98 & 100 Samner St.. linston. Mast.
Oct. 15, l6y. 41-ly
GROV ER & BAKER'S
181 Baltimore Street. Baliuuoie.
Points of Excellence
Beauty and Elasticity of Utiieh.
Perfection and simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly fiotn tbepoo!s
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide range of application
of adjustment ,
The seam retains its beauty and firmness
alter washing. ami ironing.
Besides doifcr nil kinds of woik dune bv
other Sewing' Machines, these Machinea exe
cute the most DraiiHful and peruiaiieot tan
hroiuery and orriamerrtal work.
For safe by ANDREW MURPHY,
oet 15 ly Sehsbury, N. C.
State of Worth Carolina,
TAKIr COUNTY. )
Superior Court. i
John W Smith. Johr Parker and wife Isabel,
Benton Parker audwife Mary C, and Uriah
Stolen, Guardian of8iisan Brooks, and O.
O. Wilhait, OuardiaA ol Allied A. Brooks,
Mary F. Brooks, aud Caroline C. Brooks,
Mvi!!iin, Austin, Wiucy Ann Biwiks and
William Brooks defendanta.
Petition for Sale and Partition of the Land of
tlie late UorneliHSyirooBs.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court
th.it William. Ausliri, Wincy), Ann Brooks and
Willian Brooks, defendants ih Hhis proceed
ing, are non-residents of this SiAte, it is Ordered,
That publication be made weekly, forsix suecea
8i ve weeks ju the Old North Sure.'a newspaper
published in Salisbury, N. C, surninoning each
of sid defendants to be and appear at Ihe offi'
f the cleik of ihe Snpeiior t'ouVt of Stau'y
County.on the 20th November JW, Ihenand
there to answer or demur to said petition, or
i lie same will be taken pro censsaoaod heard
cjr parte as lo their.. ,
Wimera. James M. Redwina, Clerk of
said court at oflloe, lhA II b day ofOnnrMr,
lsiO .1 M. RKDWINK. a a a,
IA llavinv oualified AifininiMratni with
ihe wJI ai'nexed of James C. Snivlhe. Voli'"'
I liereb? given that all paMie who have
claims against the eMato nut prwnt them
wfthlli tlie tiiqe speivfii-I l y U or lhl nilice
will be plead in bar of their recoVeiy. A'l per
ons indehted to the estate are requested to
make earlv settlement.'
, JI'UA C. SMYTH 8,
Oct 12, 1869 i:w Adtjt'ra
DHY QOol8 QHOL'Eti I Es
mfc t iihir
HAVING JUST RETURN.
l from thn UiMfrn Mar
kets we call yon4 attention to much the lorgivt
and most complete stock of Ooodu in this mar
ket, all selected from new and fresh stocks Olid
styles, and a large portion percliMd uiivetly
from the Manufacturers aud their Agents iut
The Great Decline In dry Cood.
All we ask Is a call at the well known Km.
porium of this market. We invite your at ten.
lion to a few LKAIMVH AKTICf.KS kept in
this wholesale aud retail stuck i
Notions, Hats, Shoos,
READY-MADE C LOT:. I NO,
Drugs, Patent Mrdh int s, Dy
Stuff, 1'aint.s, Tanners'1 Oil,
Kerosene and Lint-ettl Oil,
Lead, t 'pper, sole and Har
CALF & LINING SKINS,
.mpM-wli'- 4a s -'. h iijs..-.ilftHsus.iiM.vrt..S - - ... - l.. ... ,3.1..:.. I
II A KDWAH E,
Iron, Steel, Saddle Hardware, and Carriage
T'iinuiing-; iu laet, tboustiiuls of articles too
tediiis lo numerate. We an- agents for the
Also, Miinufactniers' Apents for the cetebrafsd
lioiie Dust. Do. do. t,' i lie anil lilasilug I'owder.
l"e" t' invite the atteiitnu of Merehuiiis
and the trade gem-rallv. to our toek, . uring
them they will find nothing hut fresh in-d ib-si-rable
Goods. We buy all kiinN of proibwe.
Save your Blsckherries ami Kruils, which will
be to you as Treasure.
Smith. For tor &, Co.,
SAMSHI'ltr. N. ('.,
SpragVs Old Stand, near the Market House.
April j. Ply
J U8T RECEIVED AT THBSTORE
of SMITH FOSTER & UO'S.
1000 SACKS OF SALT.
25 BBLS IfOLSES.
12 HIIDS. MOLA8SES. 24-tf.
LOOK for MERONEY'S
AT THE SKIN OF
THE BIG l73DiAEU.
7 E CALL THE STKHAL ATTENTION
of all to onr Stock ul
SPUING AND SL'MMKIi (iOODS,
and invite nil who wiiut tin Kti'esf Ftyl', tlft
Quttlitir. ni,il .fotl ieosoiwlile I 'i ires lo fits a
us a call. We are now exhibiting die best
CLOTH IN G, II ATS , MILL IN I : in' G ors,
G ROC Eli IKS, 11 A Rl) WA ItR,
SOLKife UPPER LEATHER,
Coacli, Copal and Jiiuin V'.-n nilic?,
Waliiul Stain. Kei osf.no und
to be found in Western North Carolina. Spe
cial atteniiuii isycaileJ lo our aou k of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Lailiea'SewedQuatkia simes. t.ft(i perMir.
- Pegged Balmorals. lealU-l lineJ, 1 fill " '
Geat'smiliimrati, very best stork, Sit) " "
Pump-Hole bouts, - fiid " "
Ynuthsarel Misws Slioes; of all riees omt iiulfties.
Uoinl t aln oes, 19 1-3 i ts tor yd. best H.'iroes, 16.
We ure also twents tui Ihe XLinulm l. iters ul
the best'AI.UICULTUH a LoPI.IiMKN'fsJ v
AND MAOlllNERV, sueh us
Tlie Duck-Evtj 3Inei ii lid lif!ier.
Turbine Wnter W heels,
Fine Engine Deep Well und Tueu
French Btrinund Coin Mill.-,
Tlnefcheris and Cleaners mi
Cider and Wine Mils,
Star Cotton G ii and Condetioor,
Snintfere and CtVaners,
Rubber and Leather Belting,
and uisuy other things too numerous to men
tion, all of which wo will sell ut the MatiulucX
Come, or send and pet a CHilnj;iie of any
tiling you may want in ilii line We jjnar
antee the Machinery soiti by ux lu give satis
faction. We are also npents for Singer's Xew Fami
ly SEW'ING MAC'HINK, for which ihete ia
no eqnaL )Vairnnteil touoali Kinds ol wok,
and lo give entire aalislaution, or the money
will be refunded.
OP GOOD PINE LUMBER furnished at
the depot, ou short notice. N f
We will he found opposite the old eland,
above Murphy's Granite Row.
HaaUiNbT & i!KU.
FOR SALE. A Splendid 12 Uoree
Power Portable Engine for i-iiUffbv
jnn 1 1 23 Atn M Kt ,KY ft BIK.
Pure Ground Spice,
Pejyntr, Oinaer, iMmtard, Clove,
FuESE Splosa are all in bulk, Just from the
Spice Grinders' hands ; and are ihtrefore ar
rnaW perJerU purs, and although at least 25 pet '
cent stronger tban those kept In package laWy
are DeTemtcleas sold at a lower price. A sup
ply joat received
At ii. WbLfl, l-'rng Store, SafiJ.'iry.
Oet. 28, lS89i , ' 42--t
NoBTn ' 'ABOIJNA P. MI. HO VI, CvN. .-VY,
t CVwnpanv Shops, Ototaber h, I W J.
At a tnefting of the Bornd of iur of the
North t'arolirur Kail ftoad Com; ui al tie. ot.
Iks- on to-d.iv, it was ordered it t ;,i N '
called niec iing of the Stockholder of s,ii.i '.-iu-.
pny held in ihe City of ItideiUh u 'l ti- ! iy
the Uth day of November next. old rs
who cannot attend id person will j ' u ;-'
resented br pnny. Y. A. S T ',
4i tt ' - . urr. "