tfiutmi 11 suit.
HV HANKS & BBUNKR.
W.l-l TRY, N.
. . .
0., APRIL 14, 1967.
TBOMAiTOU, David Co , N. C, I
--raBSWw leek, aWWmr- f
Tt nnjpfc basto, w smittrd, in oar for
MT letter fro AresdU, to notion Um im
firoreiacnt being mode at I hot place. Dr.
Sferltoo At Co., have onHoM a loan
.1 i j ihers, and art now engaged in man a
faott'imr piooaao aod oikor stTjrtctdtural
lrrpicu.-ir.s of eteellcnt quality. They
will noon fonts thsir establishment
largely by tb addition of sew machinery,
and will (boa bo abb to farnish all kinds
U catting and machinery In demand by
onr fanner aad mill owners. To tbio oad
ihoy are patting ap an engine of
t , Saturday w wen- at Belhany-tUlp mloM of the resell, an J up
' . - uaaaUy kaovn aa "Possum town,'
name which the good people there d
I mash fancy, aad which wo promise
not to aae again where there were a boat
no b wad rod persons eonrrerated for the
pirpoe of beerirg the candidates. Many
.1 thorn lioisaod attentively to the apeak
ore a both (ides, and seemed tn be anx
-. 10 ho ealighisaad aa far aa poaaibl)
a- . the menu aad dement, of the new
-istltatlnn. This is regarded as th
. rei radical precinct in the county
baring voted that ticket almost anani
usly heretofore. It will stSl give i
- . ity for the aear eonslitoiion and the
ndatal aak-et. bat there will ha a good
r ote this mate ajaiiiaf the Ceestitation
. n 1 far the Conservative ticket
Wo del aaialaaad at Biowatowa oa
v -oday, hat laara that, ewiag to tho la
mrucy of im wwttmWttf taMM wctv my
t w part to tiMlt In n All the in-
forasaiiia mbjik nirkm assjeaa tkatqaar
ter Is to the eweet that the Conservative.
li carry that bos by a decided majority.
We) wan net at Zioa aa Taaaday, bui
- freemen of Ifoviasee were present, and
ably aad effectively addressed on
ib aabject of the aear aaaatitarion by Mr.
Brommel ami Mr. n let map Hr. licit-
saaa is the a err arise aaadidate tor
Clerk of the Swperior Court, aad had
hitherto entered hi the diaetwsion of the
Ch lllllin, bat gars kis views of it on
A Mistake A Concord
dondent of the Raletfh Sentinel,
over Ilia signature of "Many citt-
tens," will do the favor to direct nor
attention loth date of the "Watch
man A Old North 8fate," which All
ad him, and tboeefor whom be speaks,
with pain by saying that the conser
vatives of Cabarrus and Stanly have
given op the race., ore. It any each
article has appeared in our column
we cannot find it. We are quite sure
nothing of the kind ha slipped from
onr own pen.
Under the regulations of Gee. Canby
for holding thia election, it cannot be
known with certainly how the rota Lands
until after the last day of the election.
when, (and not till then,) the ballot may
be counted. Those -who have keea at the
polls all th time, however, adventure ap
Gen Canby baa removed, tho magis MEETING IN SALISBURY.
iraies composing tne ueaaty uourt
of Buucoiuhe. The Asbevilla Asuv
A Dutchman's Ttmusranes Lstlure.
-I hall tall bow it was. I pat mine kaad
wakes tho foil iwing comments :
In compliance With an invitation en mind there va von naln. Then I oat
mine hand oa miue body aad there va
from the While Men's Conservative
gentlemen were re- V0 'e. we "onr3
made known to
on these we are enabled to say that the
Conservative will carry Bowaa by be
tween 200 and 300 majority. This will
be s highly gratifying result, bowing a
larre rain in tbe county tines the last
We have, also, report from Davie of
tho same tenor Conservatives ahead with
From Iredell the same, and
From Catawba, almost unanimously
P. 8. Just before going tn press we
have heard cheering reports from Mt. TJ1-
la aad Atwsll precincts in thia county.
Atwell's will give about 160 conserva
tive majority, and the radical vote of
about 75 at Mt. Ulla in the last election,
will he nearly aanibilatsd. At Harkies,
at die close of the 2d day, there was.
neary a tie. So also at Morgan's. Gold
Bill will give a decided conservative ma
jority. 1 has, altogether, we believe we
shall carry Rowau by nearly 300 ma
moved has mil
them ; but a clue to the secret avty
be fonnd in the fact that at the sitting
of the Court a fellow, by the name
of Jesse mammae, a deputy hnhV
was tried, convicted and sentenced to
pay a flue of $50 and coat, for bru
tally assaulting a young man by the
name of Henry Jones, one Sabbath
night, while Jones was oa hie way
from church, iu company with eom
ladies. Sumner is now the Radical
candidate for Sheriff of thia conntv,
while Jones it a Conservative. Jl i
known that Sumnei, throngh tho
standing medium of communication
between Gon. Cauuy and the Radi
cats of this section, applied to Head
quarters to have the fin and oat re
milled, or a part of them, which lha
tieuetal refused to do, but baa re
moved the Court The next Goert
will be able to remove the penalty.
We understand the assault upon
Mr. Jones waa an unprovoked and
malicious one, and the penalty was
to attend anoder. There va very math
I the meeting Oil Monday night. At 'all miaa body. Thaa 1 pal
11 o'clock on Sunday night we found mine pocket aad there waa
Oa yesterday we bad a glorious time at
THOJfaaTvnxa. He where have we aeea
tbe people more thoroughly arueaed thaa
thwy ara here. Notwithstanding the in
elrmsary of tbe watibw the attendance
quite larre. Tbe speaking took
la taw Baptist Ubwreta, which wasf
waa well filled. The
I Ike intervals between the speak
lag with Miilut asaaie plsyhag wbl
happy eaVct, "Tbe Old North State,'
aba patriotic ode umarnil by the illus-
t wears brsorehi death,
sUy set to music The la-
re aaxieaa to
, tbe occasion with their presence, but
! would not permit, which was
! by all, aad by none so
as by larsalf. Every thing look
, ami we have strong hope of the
at the OsewarvailM ticket even in
i not with
as ee yeaterday, and have not been since
We were exceedingly anxious
tn with as at every appoint-
bat they thought proper, for reason
i be satisfactory to their friends
la ge with aa as further.
TbofnaviHe it the seat of the celebrt
tod shoo manafaetarinr establishments of
the Mesar. Liaes, aad Shelly Bro.
Both ate Mill in operation, bat are not be
ng wsrkad te thocr atasost aa pa city aa
vWs bops dse prosperity of the
I soon revive, as with it will
j Wbaswvsr we have gaaa the wheat crop
gMterally looks more promkibg thaa we
it at this season of
r, a few e
Oar leaders will not, we fear, bear (rem
i to oar sanctum
Wa very unintentionally omitted in oar
last, any allusion to the proceedings here
on Moudav ; and amidst the excitements
of the election, opening neat day, would
not, probably, have thought of it until
now, had not our neighbor of tbe Char
lotte Tunes, Mr. Warring, presented as
in his Tuesday's paper, a fine account of
what transpired, and which we hare eap
ied in thia issue.
W e hsve omitted of thia account come
remarks complimentary to ourselves, for
wnich, nevertbless, we tender onr highly
esteemed friend of the Jtmes our pro-
fonndest bow, with the wish thst he msy
ive and flourish for a thousand years in
while man's Government.
r Our patrons will please excuse any
lack of mterestinr matter in thia and one
or two proceeding numbers of thia paper.
Tbe voting now going oa is tbe nil-ab
sorbing matter with w as it ia with every
ssji sis. Weeaa think aad talk of noth-
feg else. It is a life aed death attnggle,
ia the pi ug i ess of which the hearts of all
ate deeply engaged. The farmer leaves
his plow standing in the furrow ; the me
chanic forgets his tool ; tbe merchant his
counter j the lawyer and doctor their of
fices ; and all are to be seen conga gated
ia the vicinity of the polls, with anxiety
depicted on every face. They are quiet
and grave : sad show bat faint signs of
that deep feeling which, if it bad exprea
ion, woatd ring out in tones of indigna
tion at tbe terrible wrongs which a cor
rupt party is seeking to inflict upon them
and their posterity. Under each a state
of things it cannot be expected of any one
calmly to tit dewa to deviae, or call oat
tempting dishes fur the paltate of newspa
per readers. In the absence of the (euinr,
who by reason of the arduous canvass
through which he has jut passed, I -as
unprepared for such a task as are, the j u
nior. we crave indulgence until this elec
tion has fully pasted.
GBANT AND LEE.
Who. to-day, would not rather be
Gen. Lee, the rebel, with his character for
truth and nobleness of soul unsullied even
by the breath of tutpioipn, than to be
(Jen. Grant, far Loyalist, dishonored by
treachery, and disgraced by falsehood I
"If say, peak, for him bve I offended
y be relied upon for a
-wtiorttrr Ttot flon.
John Pool addressed s large audience
ia the Town liall ia Salisbury, on
Friday evening last. H is speech had
I heJiasJMeot effect. lief. Mr. Pool
been eanstamty gain mr ground. Af
ter hia alHeefJort put down our ma- j as wide as civilization calmly aad eotifi
jority ai one hundred more in Rowan. Ijeatfy appealing to iw to dp.justiee to
Who we repeat, Would not
tren. Jbee, whose honor as a man,
Wloaa mdhi a aa Asserkaa nnasa
may only be questioned as tbe right of
r volution may be questioned : as the
right of tea million of freemen to local
ssJf -govern asset may be questioned ; a
the duty to resist encroachment upon ves
ted aad vital rights ssay ee qsmttsaed ;
a the doctrine, in short, enunciated ia the
Declaration of Iadependeace, and implied
in the Federal Constitution, (as construed
by JaaVrsiH. and Madison in the Ken tacky
Itesolutions 1 msy be qwsstioned, and not
other wlac f Ixe ciuwuefl wlthihe
tor slid affection of bit people with a fome
Upon Cabanea for the Const i in
mil the ticket. Ital Standard.
asr ewa Poors ss-st To.n U.: was
r smr sVaaA amsBM . n m a
landjjdfinaat ooeM as influenced
' ey osja.ef Bs snsmp. ' Hs plssaad th nefroai
r, no (lewat, ia whom isSsrsst ha spok ;
hot h ssaas as vote tor the radtosit who was
eat for them before
hi judgment, hi motive aad bis record
who woeJd not prefer la be sack a man
thaa to be Grant, standing self-cotivicted
of treachery to s friend, who had
in hi honor ia a matter of kbrk
coocru ; concerned in a baae f.Ueiiood,
and publicly exposed by the President
More Insolence TAu Tim
meets with Punishment. Another
of our citixeiM wa last night stopped
on the street by an impudent negro.
who aa rimed the right to ca lochias
him as to hit business. As Mr.
D. Finlayaon, of tho firm of Finlay
on dt Bro., waa proceeding from hit
residence to the Method st rnrton
age, about eight o'clock, and while
opposite the colored Baptist Church
on Walnut street, be waa rnflelv
seized in the collar by a large black
negro, who insolently demanded of
Mr. rliilayann who lie waa. Tins
gentleman made no reply, and for
the moment knew not what to do,
being totally unarmed, not even hav
ing a ftiek. His fears ware increas
ed when be turned and taw several
negroes, the party to whom his as
sailant doubtless belonged, on the op
posite side of the street, lfetertnin
el to make at least one effort at resis
tance he drew back and struck tbe
negro a blow under tho ear which
cnu-d him to measure h a length up
on lbs gronnd. Mr. rmlayson then
like a prudent man, turned and made
Im way from the apot as rapidly as
Some precautionary measures must
be adopted to guard against snch out
rages. Every white man out alter
night shonld at leaat carry with him a
good at ck. We uinst relv noon our
selves for defence against these night
assaults, and should he prepared lor
thia course. WiL Journal.
Butler A Dinner Scene. A
Washington correspondent writes the
following good account ot a scene
which waa lately enacted at Wil
"There it a loose darkey about Wil
lardY Hotel named Tom. You can
bribe Tom fo do aiiyih i ng. " TjgjBfi
er day there waa a dinner party giv
en by a Maw lork contractor, at
bich it wm understood that Ben
Boiler would be a guest. Some dis
loyal wag, without the fear of Con
rrees, before mm. got hold of loin,
eed him liberally, and put him up to
a piece of outrageous and treasonable
After the plates were served, the
hortt said, "That will do, Tout; yon
can go. but lorn did not gu. (!
serving that his orders were not obey
ed, the contractor repeated, 'T told
yon to go, Tom ; if I wnt yon, ID
ring fury on,"
bull lorn hung about the door and
did not retire. At lust, very inneh
worried at his contumacy. New York
turned upon Ethiopia and said, stern
ly, Attracting the attention of the
whole company, "I have told yon
twice to leave the rvom, and by.
1 II be olieyed, or put you out my
i if 'J !
anu rcuuea in a n
loud enough to he
cnt, ' If yon plei
mission "I can't
e table Iinmblv,
bdued tone, but
ard by al. p res-
sir wph subv
. I'm obliged to
The d 1 you
"Well, sah, if 1 mnst tell, I must.
axes Mara Butler's pardon, but I'm
'sponsible for d spoons. Item spoons
is silver, en' I' was 'specially set fo
Watch 'em. 1 ran 't go, sah It's as
much as tnv place is wuf, aah." The
seonal can better be imagined thau
a aa a ee l
better be imag
H OLDEN 'S ItEUiRD IN A NUT
ved and betrayed the
ed and betrayed tbe
I , ' ... ', i ..airf.'""
veil and bet raye J the
de e v d and betrayed the
ved and lie t rayed the
1. Ha dec.
a. Be deceit
6. He decei
Intoa. . ."-
ourselves on board of one of tho most
elegant passenger coaches we ever
rode in, (rebuilt at the Company
Shops,) and were toon enroute for
oar sister city. Aa far as Own cord
we bad the pleasure of the company
f a Dowd, Ksq., of tbe Charlotte
Bar, one of the ablest and moat ris
ing lawyer in tbe State.
At half past two w reaihoJ tbe
Hoyden House, where we were hand
somely and comfortably entertained.
Thia ht one of the beat hotel in tbe
Monday morning we wandered
ih rough tho city and saw-many ele
gant (tores, winch had been built on
the burnt district. Salisbury ia real
ly a beautiful city. The street are
wide, level and shaded by rows of
magnificent elm and oaka. There
is an appearance of progress and
growth which indicate a liberal and
Many of our friends called to
ns, and extended toe a warm greet
At four o'clock the Fantastic ap
peared. They were dressed in every
variety of fancy cost nines, both as
men and ladies, and represented
every characier. It wa most ad mi
rably done and created a great deal
of amusement. After parading the
streets under the inspiring strains of
music from the inimitable Salisbury
Band, they assembled on the tqnare
and went through a variety of ainus
ing evolutions. They were about
forty in number and well mounted
I he whole city turned out tn aee
them, and the country was well re
presented. After mos'C by the I kind
a prolonged and enthusiastic nail was
made for Maj. ttobbint, who appear
ed and addressed the assembled mtil
titnae in strains ol t uniting eloquence
tie said be had visited every comer
of Davie and Rowan, and be was
sal i tied now the white vote will be
almost unanimous against the negro
yankee Constitution. The afternoon
passed in the most pleasant manner.
At night there waa an ontponnng
to the City Hall to hear speeches.
The large liall was crowded. M my
of the 'air maidens and matrons of a
ofty famed for beauty graced the oc
'casion. The Band poured fourth strains
of oiiI-Htmng music. Ihe whole
va truly inspiring. I
Mr. Jas. Kerr introduced Uov
Vance, who juat returning from his
magnificent mountain campaign, on
chained the audience by his thrilling
At the conclusion of his remarks
and another piece by the Band, our
-humble self wa introduced and ad
dressed the meeting for half an hour.
Mr. Duffey. of Ureensboro , was
next introduced and commenced hy
denouncing th crpet baggers, (or
for coining down here to impose on
Worth Carolina tbe p inctple of ne
gro suffrage which had been re pud i
a ed by tbe vary Slates fruut wbieb
air. jjutfey w a graceful and nig
tutted speaker, and will win raj uta
lion. - A
At this stay of the proceeding
the time for tlie train had arrived, and
with reluctance we had to leave.
Altogether it waa one of the most
enthusiastic and pleasant meetings we
ever took part in. We return our
hanks to the citizens for the kindness
I fined mid do tempera nee. Now there
I no more pale ia miue bead, Us pain la
miaa body vss all goes away. 1 pat mine
hand in mine pocket, ders va twenty dol
lar. So I stay mid d temperance."
tW Therfew Weed,
a Republican, aayt i
la their si
a Grant man saw
member at Con-
Hfm BWTO aWaffreTsJef
peeehra, they knew enough to
keep negro delegates out of the Chicago
convention. If negro delegates appear la
that convention, not area Central Great's
popularity will enable OS to carry Indiana,"
COW 81 G W TOVm
powteW a weoBBoaB
JpeJwV wlewesj dafmsVwL
Dried and Often Fruits,
. Grara, Wool, Oman,
fWrr. Newel St.
Mepa, (Mmstma, temthen,
our ami Mem
NEW AD VHRTJSSMtJiTS.
and courtesy extended,
gnat we could not do
d only re
re justice to
ved and betrayed tbe
1 boy t sad rirlt, strive to love work and uot
i ved and betrayed An- m Thoogb you may bo ss rich as
7. He d
a. Ha jsew baa in band lha colored
pie two years will suffice to de
velop li deception and betrayal of
Attor or Stewart ia money, yet your own He is ia constant receipt of th Latest Past.
t of povety s-i, .miaaqi
at tbe United Slates sad his Cabinet ; hu
I honor, slid '
so mmw to do him
Lagan Genaty lOhio) Oasetst.
iW" Vote for the Coastitatioa, snd you
veto for Free Schools," says the Wil
mington Past (Radical.; Exactly, schools
W0BK Oil STARVE
This is the law and penalty from which
there Is no escape, l hoosandt are trying
to evade it ; some are making their fellow-
men work for the, others by living on
money inherited or accumulated in for
mer years, but With BO avail. If idle
they starve7 in tbe midst of plenty. T hey
msy eat to the foil, but eating without e
ercise is aeninst the law of nature, and
very soon the stomach refuse to direst
the food, th body is not nourished, and
tbe man literally starves though bo assy
feel no hunger. The hand, the brain, lbs
heart, must work to live. If yon dodgo
ths labor of learning lessons, at the seme,
time miss the strength of intellect which
mental Work brings, snd tne mind will
perish for want of nourishment. Thous
ands have starved 'h-ir vat ia this way.
until they wonder bow it it that others
sa . u all JJu. i.B ltC&J
uhii away ait in prises nt root
M any starve their hearts by never ex
ercising them with noble emotion. 81
lknes eat into the nature hk a can kT
and leave the man kuagry for aBectioa ;
bat love is ths pries of love, sad ho that
will not work hi tbi field must accept ths
penalty. It is aa error to think that
.ojdxjhbV peojiy jasaoaad ou. man for
having violated Uod command. Man'
nature is sach that activity calls for em
ployment that it may remain ia health,
aad there eaa scaresly be a saore terrible
where lb eye, tbe ear. and
paiufal death wiU samly result. So
1 IVonIJ inform ta Wat of Salisbury
viutnity, that I have uit rsoeived a hamli
took of Sprint; ami Summer Millinery, em
bracing th now and varied Mykw of bonnets
snd bata. Thankful for Ih liberal patronage
heratuturs extoudad. I would nwpeHuny to
htk a eonliauanca of the same Suinpiai
and braiding dan st the shortest none.
Uss. N. t. JACK SUN.
My opening will lake place the 2Sth of lha
month. A would Bnd rt to their advantage
to 04 be lorn parebaainr elsewhere.
A,)ril 21, 1868.
TO THE PEOPLE'S STORE
AND SEE !
TT AVISO just returned Irora the Northern
II cities, w oftW an ENT1RK NEW
STOCK OP GOODS, bdogbt at Ih low
(xicot for Cash. We offer at
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
saasaama n t iwnnrsl ttook nf sseasb eaher
CASH OR BARTER
too vntting dot aarbst.
DUKSS 600IM. CLt.THIltti. ntl8, Ults's
Usu'. sfsH klss. the. sass rstatoaasit
Silk Halt Sd risrtuly tW BS
A larre Mock of Hoot snd Shoes, Hemlock
Sole. Calf Skins, snd Lining Skins, Bridle and
&bhM rj j fg gvoe,ra( tocflr of
mmm & mr,
iron and Steel Groceries, Turner' and
-ine Oil, Wooden Ware, Qwswawwara, sad is
fart a general stock of good. AH w ask I a
call at i ne
At Sprague 0i Itand. Main Street.
pitar the Market House,
SMITH, FOSTER & Co.
W. A. 8a era. Tim i. rosrsa
Jkmc Fostes, Jr. ,
Salisbury, April 15, 1808. tw3m.
00$. Lard. Tatlom.
Ttaaeeo, Seeds, Sorahum,
JfnlitH, kc, 'ha., ax.,
Oenertl Commission Merchant,
44 t 44 Waahiagtea St,
NEW YORK CITY.
and mssivs hi wsaklv Price Carrenl of Pre
due . nd Oroseriss ths most eomplet pnea our-
rent puhlliheO la the t'BJUd Slatsa.
Plate and (IrSs fuiuitkml fn
. liberal advaace mad ea
Established, Mam lei, I860.
First class references givn when rSaalrsi
Marsha. leWe. twlv
. . . -
yisiH cABteaiNa staia aena
CoarAMT Shops. N. C. April I. l"a.
Oa and after this dateth following will be
he Schrdule rnr fssssagsr lraiot over thM
State of North Carolina,
ROW A If COUNTY
Courts Pirns ami Quart
rsnwy Term A. D. 1M8,
JvWIWIWw'i'Wi'i, aay1 f flttsS 1
IN Ibis i
tke Oowrt that tna ssajaasat, IkwU
I so-rsidmt of mat 8taa, m is, u
to be aad
m th. Wmickm a 0ml Msrik sSast, atairVW
aid sVfcadaat ts bs aad aaasar at ormuu
Osart of Hs sad (daartar fssanaess ha kskt
iheod tUbtbr aasVVaay Uhaa
why lb prsyer at Ike fttlllisw aaehl am hs
granted, otherwise oss sases wa) be bsard sa
Vita, Obadiah Wosdnaa. Okwk of ear aU
Court at Offeo. ths first Moadsy m Fekras
ry, A. D. U, out m aaTwmwtf-mmml
ywsr of owr Iniltuiailiiiia,
pr sdv $ 00 t0W.lt.
Leave Charlotte, daily 11 J r.
SalUbury, 3.U7 a.
Oreentboro',... M W
Kalviab fMl -
Arnvt.tQolitWo,.. IkMtS P. W.
Leave lioldshoro', ltdtt P. M.
Kaleirb 3JU -
Arrive at Charket,...tlS
Tbrourh Daatenrersby thit linehave eholee
of roalea via Ureensboro' sad UsavHIets
Bichmood via lulsieh am
Bichasoed or PorUmusah. arrivior
HinU north of Richmond at the aasae
either root. CoDDeiUm i mad st Gold-
State of North Carolina,
Court t Pleas
ruarp Term, A. JO. lMsX
Julio R. Simestoa so
to the mtisfhoiloa of Ik Omrt
tasi um nriwmsa a. a.1
ars noo-rtsidsoU uf Ik
ootdymg said !! as bs aad ap
pear at our neat Osart of Pbassad Qaaner
Session to b lU for tlx Owsaty f Kowso,
at ike Oowrt Hon fa Salaeory, an th fkta
MoasUy m stsy orrt, and rae sad star to
Wlfwe) JbtdrJBft1)t Will be? ifl
nSeaasod lha prsyer ot i
a it was, uoao-iah Wooosoa, Urrfc at ear mid
Court at Office, 'the ftrtt Moadsy ia. Fahrua-
ry, A I). 1MB, sae m the I
of our laoVseadeaeA
bom with Psssearer train ea W. at
Bead to snd from Wilmington and by Frstgbt
traras to wsiesa.
OfBoe X. C Bail Road. April 1. ItW. tf
CU8HINGS & BAILEY,
Booksellers and Stationers,
No. 26i Ihltimort Xlr , oppotUs limaomr,
A RB sttpaiod to oaVr to lb Coontry Trade,
il Uood in their line
of North Carolina.
Court o Pleas ami Quark
Issnjtmr Tstm, 1868.
dm ., as. nir at law of Ea
Jean, u rt
1 ratiit susscaisss Ha just C
1 to l Ooeda, 1 Uw Slon
tTonlt inm' Oornor,
assawttnl astrtjat at fastr a
Im' Drew 0-1. PrlnU. BklrUnn Skmlon.
LlMm, Mala, Ss suS Baa, bSws WalkhM sa Brass
Mm, mm aad Cl-Mh tMaaass. Orathary HaMwan, atSts
... II. 4l-a Sd ... I. v,rk. r-a-b-i, Br-
BSKatL 1" BmeSi rafpar,
a aairvaaL ashortjiext op
HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES ;
WINaw Ootka ! aa Caaara. Nasi (araai
haaps.) CSai St, w.ii-Soeu. OtaW Taaa, Wirt lisvas,
skatta !,., aa. asa utat sfbwMs, aa-
Uinadia aa asaarta mat, arfclck IB aa aaM M man,
W ylota tar
CASH OR BARTER.
M. W. JABYI8, AoY.
r. N C. at.roii to. lata
a btb atrreanwa. t.
E. NYE HUTCHISON & CCC
Insurance Agents and Commis
pur,ar nr ''Itij-jftd
ALL KINDS OF FERTILIZERS,
NX). I, C0WAfr8 BRICK HOW, .
ALIBTJT, ST. O.
Col lection t promptly attended to.
I.W la Oaa. W. WSBiaW Oa., OkaltaNaa, A 0-
tltl Sasj, CalaiaS., . a.
Cat Wat Asm, CaadaUa, K C.
I liisia.tana.oTa. a tawS-1
I prices that mil
too of way othar
Their Stok of
SCHOOL. LAW, MEDICAL,
it large snd well arleoted.
. A targe and varied smurtnieai of Foreign
American eialionery oaa always he found st
HTm, , . m k - .j mmsIm - SM.aV - - A
tTwtry atr?p CGmwuuKiY on nana raf wdbvt t
nf BLANK BOOKS of difhraWI tbj mi U
llieir own man ufaof a Haviag s Bindery
connected with their Store they are, at all
umrs, able, at abort nonce, to fill omVr for
Blank Books, ruled to any pattern, or of say
... . .. T, ..
oesrrea sty w or nnwing. .
Orders, rrenved by mail, will meet with
onr (Mock snd FriotS
o cvll ftntl fjaf BiQioe
r piirrhaviinjr els?-fwfcwdi.pd
Wt'Atxn L C. lUa-fUsi,
8TATESTILLB, March 18, 180A
A Meeting ot the Stock hoWer of this Com
pany it called st Newton, on Wednesdsv.
tbe 15th day of April seal, to acotpt or reiwrt
the autian of the Convention in relation to ths
ilod, and for the consideration of say other
boom winch may b brought
try order Of th Board ot Director.
K F. SmONTOB. Ssu'y.
Train win Irate Morgan ton, at 7 30 A. 14.,
nd 8ahsbary, at 6 JO 11, returning after
the adjourn roent, wAi:tday
MRU. CORRELL, beg h
8U. COBRELb, beat to inform the Ladies
of Ssfifhary sad inanity that ahs hat opened
a nvw Miivnery, nearly opposite Ihe Urne
3tor ot Joke H. Kaawa, wbetw h wiU br
abUt at al) timet to acoomraodate ihem with
any thing in her line. She solicits a call
Drea-naai) done at the Sam
moot m the baft sty! be
MB!. MARTHA 8PBARS,
Salisbury, April 7, 18C& Iw-rf-MO
r 'HK 8uo-cnoer take this sjsthod of is-
a lormior bu rntaat that be still carries on
at nit stand in
Cubbins, Foster dk Co.
without active exerci.
.y - P M f Br j
iiiwatstsJiy ay to the the, sad
or bis sonny in an astir
to all who may mv -r hfm with rail
parly" for the
hUnaom f negro) rey a libarslsksrsof sahlia oatiouur. Mi.
by Ihe "Kepabiteaa eharr-a will be maaerato aa lew at thorn of
the Hosts of Representative. "VZTWnaVl s v
in Warton, decline, tbe ho- ' GvmTPrTM M itH
Vogler & Co.,
M l.M'FACTIJRERS Of
Mr, Women, Boy d Muses
T T sppeariof to Ih mtadactioe of Ike Osart
1 that Ela-ner Parks nd bb wifo DoRy, A
Jarm-t Mathw and hit wist Sarah, fall 111 I.
is tin case, are BBB stdliaaol hto Stoto tT
North Osruhaa, it ht Ihwafosp. attknwd I
Curl, that aaMsKestkai be wuuU for mt
mike rrnrtnii ei4 (1ft Iftia tBaf. awsfi
ing said drfrndanl uf th fding of lks prtHJM,
and that unless ihry sfoear at th next Term
of Onort, to be haU at the iiW It bsTbsV
kinnlk., on tie. meond Monday ia AfrS aest.
and answer ihe nMnion iIm aaana mitt ka iV
iyo conato and lirard ex swrts to them
W itraras. i. O. sttrter, skarfe of oat osorL st
ofBct in YadkinriU, Ike 3d Mawdjjf la faint
y. a. u iws. o. MaUaSa aee
State of North Carolina,
BLWrnya JIL Mi.lMttS
a TTttWtatnvefa, "''t bTt ' -
It appaarlor te Ik taittwttoa el fa SBBM
that the drbndaat, J K MasdsahaS laakto bs-
yad Ihe limit of tfchrStato: It is stAarsd by
ia u wsteamaaaOMIlarth Stoto, aetityiar
Ih.saidJ K M.odaiiballUb.a7ZZLv JZ
1 ImsW arid OoarlsiT atcfSjBpWtjM ls mytt
in Albemarle ob
next, aad show
next, aad show cans, If any so has, why the
rTT - nTlm".! i,
th. am at th pfoiaUsT Wltoa, Iastwatu
Brasa, elarfc of oar astd sewt at satos SsAlh-
Ue monad Monday I. Fsasaary. AD
Mw ar fee SS.
0. c. c.
me. D. C.
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter
reoruory J,rm 188s.
W. B. aort J H. MMdanhaU.
it im - hp
OfIR Shorn are well made, and oth-ra
- a - tar i i. t . "
mia.rmi. r, a laaiw msreatiou tu aiaro
id jr HllObM ; the will tpatk for ihem-
setre. ana will we think. COMPAsa rivus
Abt both at to Quality aad Pa tea, with
aay ever ornegat tea tha lMsta.
State of North Carolina,
VOurt of Pleas aad Quarter
Jamuarf Term, 1868.
Ui court tht pubtfoaUoo U mt
oar aast Court
kcea is Albsmsrt a th
May next, and bow aaa tf aay he baa
th property larUd oa (hall not V sasstol
to tea am or ths plklnttsT.
nt Pleat and (hurla. laaamaa. to
I fTiii am m iiawti " I
Store Of Mc I Ho..a r-earknaak aa ..a. M.-k. atiilwll
haiMia erbro.f s and wit Martha.
sastoew aa wlh Maty asa. Martha
rraasna nan, ntcata Ball. Jaka Mall
aiw mil, caseiia tall. BSa
saa sell and
u. eaoata IM1, jaa Bttl. Laarim tmU.
Ltasatles to Mw la ito' 'mLZmtl
U to aa
sr. jie ssys
whirh ara "FrM" In arkita aad .in. ,1,1 . 1 a... L : li .L-. L. I .
dra idiarr.m.no.T f IJ - -W- a . "'t' B FBlflj, fg
Crlajj Ike sal ss
naxl hrrsx Uus
atoasry. ta asvaaat, fo Tmy sa ths ina
irawSmiruU'' aala)a? HmA. aa.
wHI ba heard part, J.'sjsaTrtTsw tl!
Wltnt, IavBsystt wrssa. stark at mat ssht
eoart at AJbamarto, th ssesad Moadav hi Fwtv
t'tv u oaaTsTir, eaa
Omartef Pleas ami Quarter Sasmiams fb
ruary Term, A. D. I86S.
R A. Dsvis sa W. 0. Toon
that pubbeatioa b. mad for sia wash, ia the
difcaasat to be aad saaear at .
UmOawaty ia- Bowaa, at A Court Boom la
Waiy 01 Bowaa. tt th. Oonrt Boom fo
1 Ikwo and (here sbsw raoaa, if say mhaa)
j the property levied 00 sht Bet be CSB-
den.ned to lb use nf Iks pfoinbl.
Clerk, of owr mid
WasaaxT C. 0. Wa
. fo Tear lb gHt
1 - -
W.4.. rlark f oat said cart t
tfoooay la Jsaaary, . t.
Witneat. Obadiah VTi
Omrt al OaVe. tBoSmt
xj. At P. 188ft aad hi the
soar at serf
OBADIAH OOOSOct, Clark.
or adv S 08 8w:H
ISS MART HOWARD, CerasrsfMaia
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