the tremaine ! pianofortes i are acknowled by all who have them in use and by the first musical talent to be eqnai and in many respects superior to any manufactured thev combine immense fencer equality sweetness aud brilliancy q lone elasticity of louclt and great durability dealers teachers and others i desiring to purch_se a lirst-class instrumentare invited to examine these pianos before maki i ho ir selection elsewhere patent agraffe treble together with all modern improvements the most thoroughly reasoned timber the markel af ford ie selected regardless of cost as we feel asauredit will be the cheapest in the end the great increase in the alt of ou instru j ments has enabled us to reduce our prices for j first class pianos from ten to twenty-five per \ j cent less than any other bonsc offering il.e same class ofinstrument in the cnited states while we act upon the maxim of quick sa and bmall profits we make it at the same time a special object to furni our customers with instruments in no way inferior to the best in the market many families have had a de-ire to obtain a piano but could ml afford to pay the dealer a profit of frum 100 to .:!"". neither do they wish , to purchase a cheap made instrument that j would cost more to keep in n pair lhan it i wortb hence a large clai-8 ol our music loving i people have been obliged to do without we cau furnish new seven-octave piano fortes from 275 t 0 dollars second baud pianos trom 1 ... 50 dollars v parlies ordering by mail may rely upon . the best selections our pianos aie in 1 ly warranted for six years descriptive circulars senl to all parts of t!.o cotmiiy upou application . c m tremaine & brother manufacturers 435 broome street je\?7 li'cik o t the burdett j combination orgah with carpenter and burdctt's new improvements j the disagreeable reedy tone entirely over ; come in thii instrument tbf vertlirl iscbabimotis the lircntrst succr_sof llie ut !. tf challf llie world it i.tii ! ! and cordially invite the profession dealers and the musical world generally to examine this truly wonderful instrument the burdett coml>inat_i ai as its n sine indicates is an in pei usui ion ofall oar standard iui n-.o euls t.i i.ii i < \ ,\\, n -,,.\,\, new features nev.i bcfoi â€¢ iutrodnved or atu-miiu-d in reed orpins t..,_i-tl.t makiiij uat,t i n the m ni's ii.ika of iitsiinn t-i . mid oue tl.at i as al roady rrrati-il a revolution in tbe public mind in tbe decided favor of tbe general ad lion ol reed organs both for secular and sacred n.ustc _ i ere an instrument is required either to accouipanj tb voire or lo produce orchestral efle ts with the multitudinous and sui r slip ccn-bina tion i hat are con tan t.i in this inst in n nt the most intricate music of the great masici can l>e ren ifretl u on a grand organ : or tl .â€¢ mos simple iiiii . sic lor the ntelodeon can he played by a child all tli various improvenu nts on ;! e bt rdett t r pan are proteeted by patent bclonp exclusively tc il.s company and ran be u i ... uo othei organ the present burdett organ has n â€¢ eived t!ie niosi r..ri:al and highest eneonii nis from those rankin among tbe rratof musician and organists ts\t xt tr york independent says ofthe bur dett organ : it is by far the most j erfect reed instrument we have ever seen the christian leatur says : ' v el ad no idea tl al a reed instrument couid be bn u>;ht tosuch perfection " the xew york observer y its pnrit of voicing richness of ue and wonderful or ehestral combination ecther wiib a number . of new ami original , render it an intÂ»trn ment ot such perfeol i^tobe beyond com petition ** the press and public everywhere who have had an opportunity of listening to its beautiful â– strains not only give it their u i ualifieil appro val but uuhe&itatingh concede tba it stands without a rival ll e burdett organ ran pis in price from 135 to 1000 i w Â° ave also xew cabinet oigane at 45 i 100 c c freinaiibo uro r holes ale agents j.iyÂ«tit>jr0se st.,ivew stouk sfc-tilj i il-1_?j upncani nil i isÂ»3^^pâ€”i^mi i 7i::w goods j mccubbins sullivan & co j v â€¢ : i . t i kail dn w ii terftocl ol i â€¢,..;... - . vtii j â€¢ : i'i ' tÂ»js fl i â– â– â– â– â– â€¢â– â– â– i ..... di â– -*â€¢â– . it i -' ' 'â– 'â– 'â– '*- '* i,r :|:"' . ,â– . paint and l>y stuc iron and .-:â– â– . â– . sad i e harness and < oacli jr n r u p f-ole i }â€¢ r !!..!:.--â– and skirting leather blasting anrl i ifie powder bagging and ties in fact every thing the peoi le need don't tail to call and see us they keep constantly on hand a larpe stock of guano phosphates lime <.'_. s ml in your oiler s s my n <*.. sept 19.1871 catawba n**r fj re v-.-v _, it v a <--.-â– '- tt Â» ': w<ah\â‚¬Â£l 2l-a.a v,_7:_.^-_:y-.ju high school m wton n Â« . itev j c i lapp a ij i j m i imikii a m . principals j d rowe late of university of va assistant the i .-â€¢--'. m of 20 eeks begius jan lary 1st i ri tuition frmn 10 t ya.r.'t â– , â– i -. - m 11 ard i.i au 1 â€¢-â– fr y < ? â– i i â€¢â€¢â€¢' :'<> tm ii.uie i ii ii it ili sale â– :' spiritu j ons liqnt-rs w it iti two miles of the institu tion the teachers have been regularly educ ted j f .|- tii ni ; i ..'.-. ;.. . tt three olleg.'s ll g thefirsl iii ti 1 â€¢â€¢ and the discipiiiic ami i driu are thorough newtou is remarkab â€¢ ' . i.ea ti and mor i al ity for circular and iart:c'i?;irs a 'â– .-- ' lai l & t'i i newton dec .">â€¢ 13/j ii bpd i /* mf r a ! f jl_hli^__j j**"k'i*i&sdm o â€” pn th 3th q?y of january is 72 i v,ill sell at the court-house door in states ville the following valuable tracts and interests ; ii lands belonging to the estate of james f bell del-cast tl viz : number one | known as the xiaw^crtco tract two miles from statesville containing three1 hundred and thirty-two acres more or less : fn the warrs of fourth creek 40 to 60 acres ' of which is very ri i ere !, bol l m l''u or n.ore ! acres heavily timbered ii i uplands and the : i a in nee mostly cleared upland ; d joining the ' i lands of hayne davis esq and others | number two ; kr.c_'p as the cihscn rrÂ»ct ron taining two li limited acres more or less three miles li om stall sville on the taylorsville r lad 0 in 60 acres well timbercil 40 to 50 a res re j t-tiilv cleared and the remainder more j worn but al level clay upland capable ofim-i i . i nt no broken washing land on it two branches ufibruing stock water number three i one-fifth interest in the t ___,. t.t i place adjoining no '_', the wliole of which | containing two hundred and seventy-four acres more or lesss ! number four one ot in the town of states ville known as the "( otton lot so designa . t ii in the \\ iii ; containing one and a half acres fronting on depot street and adj lining the de : pot lots terms o sal one-third - i cash one-third ? ' ai the e â– ii iti"ii of six months and oik third ;'. : within twelve months from day of sale interest on two last payments from : i dav of sale notes with approved security will be requir ; ed and title withheld until lull payment is i made persons whishing to examine said lands will please call on capt t a trice simonton j liouse statesville j hervey stevenson executor of j 1 rell dee'd november 1 1s71 also at the same lime ntl place i will -.â€¢!! sundry notes tunl other claims for money and railroad stuck belonging to the estate ol 1 a i bell deceived 1 hi iivl.y stevenson j ixecntor i.v novi ml â– "' :. sti ii ltdsj sgi â€¢â– â€¢â€¢â€¢, : 4-v drrcan : Â«- v x s . j â– . -' - . .. -- 1 j - m . * 1 \ i .:â– - o â€¢ * _. o i j i â– !â€¢>'; ' v i \ i .* i ii v a ,;. tii i â– , . \ . . \ , great ' y (.';:.'â– ., ;':(] it 7 it-tec is oi li : - .-: i'si-in ii'ii inter i i , j " nc !â€¢* : . ! â– . : â– i ! \ .-- \ nun iter ' i â– â€¢ â€¢ â– >. .;. :.â– â€¢ . . i-j â– i ;:.;.(! c!e i i:7.-ip i .,.;: o â€¢â– ;;â– â€¢..,â– â– 7 â€¢ \ 117 . i - n â– .'. i t ': : â– ; *.* -. a . s sj a i '. ; res i : < : .... ii ' â€¢. . .'â€¢. rchil ct re agri . ..:â– :. uer i -. silence and art farmer il_*'han'l s 1n lktous engineers chei i ts mai ctnn rs and people of all i'mfe isiom or trade will l-'ii.d the sc 1 est fic a m k it i can of great value and interest its practical suggestions will save hundreds oi i!i iii to evi ry house t !.';.. workshop und factor in the land besides affording a con tinual source of valuable instruction the kditois are assisted by many of the ablesl american ami kttropi in writers and baring access to a'l the leading scientific and me ehani al jt irnal of tin v tn id :!.â– â€¢ c lumi .â€¢ o the scientific v-iutrican are constnntlj enrich ed with lhe choicest information an 0ffical list , :' all the patentslssued is published weekly the yearly utunbers ol the scientific american make tv i spi â– :-. i 1 oiu nes i nearly one tbt.usand pages equivalent in size to pour thousand ordinary book pages specimen copies sent free term -. â€” v a year 1.50 flail vear clubs hi ii lines f i one v.-.i jj each f_5 0 with a spier did trcvrs ivm totheper.on wi is tbe v.iuo cousistuigi-la copy of the celebrated steel-piate engravinir men ol progress iu connection â– the publi ition of the 1 scient fie americau the in der igi d cmi i i i â– ' " o ; extei sive agei ej in the world foi proc irii p r __._.__ !â– _'_. s the besl way to obuin an answer to thi question can 1 obtain a paten ' is to write to m.ux.xr d cc 37 park row | ni-w _ ork woo li ve had ,, er twenty-five rears experience in the bnsii ess no charge â– '-:- :'â– â– opinion and advice a p ti-an'd ink sketch or full written descripti n of the inventii n sbould be sn t for instructions coiu-ernina american and euro ie patent â€” caveaw r â– .;--â– ,. -[â– . terferences r.-jecud uases-riiits on selliui patents !. lies and proceedings ofthe patent i laws fa ansimuions-~e_tensions--infrinÂ£re meuts etc etc send for instucction book which will i.em.n ed ime on applicniion vi i ti siness strictly confidi ntial address ivxulffw d co ; t publishers of the sen tic american \ 3t:13 3 park row new york e__9_b__!'_______s_3naan-a_sÂ£-_bl_-abiaj"b_-l â– â€¢*â– Â» *â– â– â– ' special notices tiie great pictorial annual hosteller united slates almanac for 1-72 for distribution ijrt lis thrt ugliout the i nited suites nml iil civilized countri - ': the \\ cst ern hemisphere will lie published about tiie first of january in the english german french j norwegian welsh sweedish holland bo | in ni.iii and spanish languages and all who . wish tt understand the true philosophy of health j -!â€ž. nld nail and ponder tiie valuable sugges tions it contains in addition to an admirable medicai treaties on thu causes prevention and cure of a great variety of diseases it embraces a large amount of information interesting tothe merchant the mechanic the miner the farmer the planter the professional man and the cal culations have been made for such meridians and latitudes as are mi t suitable for a correct and comprehensive natioxax calendar the nature uses and extraordinary sanitary effects of hosteller's stomach bitters the sta ple tonic and alternative of more than half the christian world are fully set forth in its pages which are also interspersed with pictorial ill is iraii.in valuable recipes for the house a ni farm humorous anecdotes and other instruct ive ami amusing matter original and selected among the annuals to appear with the open ing of the year this will be one of the most use ful and miy be had for die asking the propri i ii-7 hosteller a smith pittsburgh l'u tm receipt of a two cent stamp will for ward a copy by mail to any p rson who cannot procure one in his neighborhood the bitters . nr ... i in everv city town unci village and arc i , .'â€¢ nsiv â€¢!-. t set tin â– : ui tiie entire civilized svoi i . _ i iih cause am cure oe i 0n | blviil'lion . â– â– . ._ a.m i w e i . u...-_iiij..i.i'ii is derange 1 . ie i .;'. i..i . i ",_..â– ..â– ....-â€¢ ms i-ii s derangement i â– u..uc u.ii.-.i.-tii u in a in ..;." i-s.i.;....i mi ny . â– _ . .:.,.,.. meal 7 i ;. ... .:.- io ivl.icll the nil lii.uii.il .), the i u b conveiieu miu blood and i ... , |. . . i oi tiie uou . fetxoua a ith di j â– un li.u .. i.'.i having tiie slightest pre-dis i..-.ii io paluioiitti disease or it tli take coid iviii i.i very u bie-to lutve consumption ol lhe ' lungs ..: .-.?....- nl its i inns and i bold tiiat 1 will i iiu uiijiossib.eiooa.ean casi old tisumption with j out :...-. resior.uga good digestion and liealthj as gimiiation il.e very lu'.-i tinug i be doue is to cleanse t ie stomach anil boweis from all d.seaseu unices ard slime ivhicli isciog^in l.'iese organs bu uiul tiiey caunot perform tue'u functions and j tiie rouse ii and restore i lie liver to a health ue tion i nr this p;ip se the sui est and best remedy â– ; is schenek's au_.r_._e it iis i tiese pills clean the ! stomach ami bowels of all the dead and morbid slime that is causing disease and lecay in the whole : system 1 in y w li clear out the liver of all diseased j i bile that has aeearuulated tliere and roust n upto ! a new and healthy action by which natural und he tithy bile is secreted the stomach bo ve!s and liver i hus ele msed by the use nl ichen k's mandrake i'i iis but tin ... re : mams in the stomach an excess of acif i lie < rg n is torpid and the appetite poor in the bowels the â– ; lacteais are â€¢ â– eak ;.;â– .â– requirirg strength anp sup port it is in a c mditiou like 7 is !â€¢ ut si nenoi s : seaweed i'onic proves to be the i o t va nab eieni | i-i ever discovered it is alkaline aud its use i will neutralize all excess ol acid making tlie**tou â– i n.ii sweet and fresh it will give permanent tone i ! to this important organ afld ereai a pood i early , oppeiite ami i n-ii ie the system foi tht lirst process : ni a good digestion and ultiniutel make good health . liviuu dlo id aftei this ep in ion in ut ment what remains to cure mosi case i rcon-'iimp i tion is the tree and persevering use of schenek's ; pulmonic syrup the pulmonic s rup uourisl es 1 i1 .â€¢ system pi nfiesthe bl i and is readih absorb i ed into the circulation nnd thence distri uted in : tiie diseased iuugs riiereii rij ns-all morbid mat ' u-is whether in the form of absesses oi tnheivies i and then assists nature to expel ail tie diseasi i matter in the form of free expectoration when once it ripens it is tin n bj the pr it he i ing aa.d 'â– purifying properties of sclienek'n pulmonic si j that all nlcersand cavities are healed up sound and in patient is cun i . ti.e e.-s nl ial i liiiis 1 1 i.e ft m in crinc con um tioi : i ip . l'ot.'i a â€¢.':>: anrl n o.i . i . - i n s 1 n r i tlir l lv Â«- 11 _'. iii lies ii n-i i-i ftr !;_. i i |. rs li l!i s li r s lllll â€” il â– â– \ 171 ..:" â– '.!'-. .-â– tier . â€” t'r-l v-j i ily c imot ' e i the n a'ter v i.nnt ri . sn ion n t â€¢ r â– â– . y i"n is 1 el tv |. . . w t - ne e.s try o tu . it â– â– â– n re rilt-r n f tli ii s n iroo it p lilt n n i nnl i i.-n id iot !â– . .-. 'â€¢â€¢â– fl â– (, mil _. 1 1 â– : then natur ishtljic-.l t â€¢â– ,- :, -, ii . â– ..â– â– - !,.. , the in ttÂ»*r iil r en a:i 1 he 1 1 â€¢ r â€¢ n nl i arir u.ii.l es a nit the i-eson r.-jolin e = illi 11 nil 1 r jrth li s i r l me antl 01 lj 1 nn t cure c.n 1 su i ami i:7i . ers 11 is â– eiy l.tvl il tli i 11 r â– re 1 i â€¢â€¢â– â– ' i tlt-sl r.'i - â– ! <> nii i nt nnj . ii rtlypi â€” i ii i â– n .. i 1 ttal 7 ' ii â€¢: the tir 0 lieal nji j ll rt i â€¢ . fe 1 7ii e -â– â– n '" an :: rs i s i un .! itli nly â– . - snui il lj v i :.. i e _. y if tl i p il ll ii â– â– th s is â€¢* 111 .- 1 f rk . ' .â– ,. - it ill o to vt â– e cot.sn i i n . t . y u i . â– â– ! .â– n oui ilie s 111 rh sn eel en a .! st .â– t 1 it.-i . t j np a _ â– i i ti in n _ ve a . tin ' i h c s 1 need to rlc r lie i lem full lie i.s â€¢;. e 'â– ' t i in he in a nrltati ver t e f nn nia.v b . i n mp riant lli 1 w iie usi .- pc fnck's mettic'n s â– a e i-lii ulii he exercisiil n t o lake c id ; teeji 11 loo s in c i ' and ih-.m no her v id nifftn air.an'i take out |.| r xerrise only in a gciiia1 nnd aim .:.-=â– i 1 . â€¢â€¢. 1 tv h t ilisi nn ii n iii isio d i i'a i i â– en i recoirtmi n a h'i.'i.t t t e car - li 1 n reirard lo lakin old while u_i 1 my ' .:; ine 1 do .. : r p ri i reas 11 a 111 â– 1 : j nl .. hat i u pa tia'.ly r f..v n il i lira ihe fl fl i a had cold s tar moie iiah'e i.<a reia 9 1i1 n one mho has heen ! nlir li cured ami i i.s pivris y th same in regarti to consumption .*.. 1 11 as the inn lire uot perlectly ! he 1 tl j'ii *" on 9 tli r i 1 inent danger . f :. i 11 re : inii oi t e isease ii â€¢ ie it s ti.nt ' ... st eiiuous y in ' pulmonary p-tients pa 1 exposinu lhe s â€¢ ive . i 11 ntn sph "â€¢ i a s :â€¢ i re1 ial and ,.!â€¢â– . sa t cont rni ' 1 . 11-11 t 1 i . . -' lungs ii . a m:_8 1.1 s res wh'cl lh 'â– .. sl i .-._..â€¢ am ph re nil flame le grand s c'e 0 ni sue ess h my me liciiies co si.-ts n my i it j i . n suhtl.ie nil mttiatio ins eati of t rov kin it as 1 ni m v -â– ! 1 1 fji oily :â– â– . n inflame u g cnn'.o it ill â€¢ alet t to 1 p-i i nt he e>p ed to the l-iliun b'a t ol ; â€¢' nie .. â– i.'i in winds ol spring r autum . il is . 1 d *â€¢ e car f ly s!-i 11 â€¢ â– â€¢' ir m a'l iiri ati g i flu nee 1 - â– 1 â– -â– 1 e . 1 1 ... i .- <â– ' â€¢ 1 \ â– li iii his pa ic inr 1 -.- wi â– i a cur 11 e 1-i111 1 : a y c rvun.s-.aiice is an 1 , - ih.li-y j i â– l '.- rs t 1 m l i â€¢ n a iv .â– lesom and rui r ' i tin s i u i a 1 1 â€¢ 1 : oni no 11 until li i j ' s 1 1 r t i tl.t " i 1 u...i;li ..â€¢! flesh and 1 i â– 1 1 i'n 1 â– â€¢ i : i i s ir.yi.tcu 1 tl in this t - t ml fllewrrsl k'nd nl 1 1 stun 7 n ii 1 h-v ! . : ; ; - fi nd hi art i i â– r \ a y a s it 11 in m i ... e ha e 1 1 01 sa >:Â« int.e :' â– v ry many hav been cured ! 7 il.'s ir a . nt i ' nvc 1 v i . â€¢ n i u ' first f "â– â€¢â€¢ ' er 1 â€¢ v eel 1 t kt pos-essionol . y nc bui i . a ti.e no ihea.t corner 0 .-;>. li a ' ; reli - e t . i â€¢â– i s a 1 b pi ased to fiv advice to | 1 ! i â– â– :â– â– ,\ r qui e .'. --'... i â€¢ t s - .â€¢ â€¢ pany al y i'.ni cf i - s pn t'.at a ne - i * rt . â– v '. i '.. r a ily in il by â€¢ 1 .â– â– t t a : h sam ". j ii -Â« iie ch m i ila,l--p a john f ' es 1 y s c . 1 â– .. p.a .-. new y i e 15 1 v 1 le ite ' i . u thousands attest its virtues anil from all quarters of the (..-' ibe come testimonials of won â– tei ful cures performed by simmons liver kegulator how to get money is tbegreat ties-ire oi ali a really g oil and servicable sewing machine ibat will maki money tor ytm or belp you to save it wili be seni to yia own home on trial i't'i :*'. days mi matter v in re ynu maybe \ and you can pay foi il in small monthly in stallments by writing t.o the great american machine oo cor john and nassau street sew york or you can have a coui.'.y i...'1 free as agent and ; lake : loney last we a ivi e small men to secure the tusineis as in â– :..-.:._ pays better tban the a ncj foi a good si vvii _ machine write.atonco * 3:iy notice to the ladies among the many useful inventions produced by the nineteenth century none occupies a mon prominent position than that of the sewing ma chine the cheerful imin of these tireless litilt j helpmates of onr mothers and wives may now ne beard in almost every house in the land â€” , fhey are mad..1 in endless variety and one is al most at a loss to chi osewhen there are so many of decided merit one of tbe latest and most improved is tin empiue manufactured by tbe l.mi'iiik sewixg maciiixk co 'â€”'â– ', bowen n ". .. speedy no - â– â€¢-â€¢â– and d x le and we can conscientiously reeomnn nd parties in search o n machine to give it an examination before ci n cluding to pur liase agents wapted liberal discounts given may2g:ly executors notice alli persons having claims against the estate of moutfml s mckenzie deet'a?*ed i are hereby notified to exhibii th sa i e to the | uiideisil'n.ii on r before the 23rd day of november a d 1**71 c h mekenzle john vv mckexzie executors of montfort s mckenzie deo'd nov ltf 1872 â€¢ 12:6t j allen beown h s taken the room recently occupied by overman holmes __ co in murphy's granite row and opened a produce cof-7.:_!isseossa business solicits cash orders from abro d produce bought and shipped on very abort notice re pectfully refers to business en of the city i jfpcash paid for all leading articles of country produce w l 1 davis â– â€¢ ** â€¢â€¢â– si?<_i_i__i m ' nr-i Â£ nt 7 u ffl . 1 i ;* Â«_ i u i 9 ml h u n ar 1 . rock hill sr c solicits hipmenth ol flour meal wheat io â– .â€¢ d outs to be sold on commission ; ; o â– â€¢ h i 7 products to til should corres pond with it c and obtain market prices at i'oek hi 1 which can generally be done in 21 hours ; reference a i.n i shaver esq -Â»!:-. j 0 white salisbury dec 1,1871 ll:3m:pd ujo southern eacee?s inu barents a card from oes gordox my excr.se for addressing you mist be the great importance ofthe subject to which i would call attentionâ€”that of tin pre r education ofour children and the proper development of their self-respect and character 1 need not repeat any commonplaces in re gard io the lasting eiiect of early impressions ! the almost impossibility of diverting the minu from the bent given i in early years â€” all this you know as well as 1 nor need 1 say anything about the powerful silent influence in this edu cational work of the school books from which ; our children derive their views of right and wrong and their knowledg of the facts or mis representations of history â€” for this too you j km iw lull weil and whin i say that having been for long j years almost en tirelv dependent upon liie north i'or our school hooks we hive been compelled to use many which were very distateful tons because we had no alternative i only state that which every reader can substantiate long belore the wa we all felt the necessity for a change in this respec â€” the necessity for unobnox ions school books for unsectional un political books school books prepared by our own soli liars il tbat might be and since the war ilii necessity has increased ten-fold indi vidual efforts of ibe most praiseworthy charac tt ;â€¢ have from time to time teen made in this di rection by southern men but not of a sufficient ly comprenbensive natun lo accomplish llie purpose in view to meet the want thus ti i v felt sever al of our ripest scholars â– â– â– successful i teachers uniied in prcparii s of school oi ks unsurpassed by anv excellence beauty and cheapness maury wn ite geogrnphi ' i istn ni imy v enable wrote ariihm ies ' jebras c lit imes wrote history gi arsane kead l l's scheie de v r wn te fn nch books ( iiidi rsli eve wn â€¢ l ! 'â€ž â– ' ks i ... lome wroti sciei tii hoi ks i.tinton made iv ruins books ic etc and lh combined seri sis ailed the unircrsity series of s , i /.'â€¢*-,* a seriesnot only not objec tionable to our peoph , 'â– â– ; positively attractive to i degree hen to iore en ii ly unknown our history instiiutii :;- ai ! ... i ',' thought here receive im pari ia treatment * and instead of be ; in i iiion d i lie intt â– is if tiie south here re ci ive i ijnal i pr si nta i u tin n as to intrinsii ,. it wl o ? nows more about geography than maury or of llisiory and i rnmm n tl an lit inn â– . i r of matlieuia.ics than veil le ai . h on ton nigh all the ii-t v each author is a master in bis special depart tun it ii i for this seri s i i bt oks so excellent so acceptable wo cheap they are the cheapest ix ok published ihat your favor is solicited the books of the cm - â€¢' series are present ed directly upon theirs s you are not asked to usi infei ior books if these two questions can be answered af firmatively : â€” are these books equal ti any in merit a re they as cheap as any ? should they not receive your preference ? what is more reasomd h than that southern schools ibould be supplied with books written by soutiit eru schol . -, provided the are equally goods with those written bj northern men is it not better both for us and for our children thai such inn ks should be used already the response whir was inevitable to this ruiestion has come more lhan 5,000 oi our ' est si eii in rn schooh are using these boi iks several southern states have already ;: opted ihem for exclusive use in tbeir public schools county boards in every southern state arc adopting them and th best private sei tools an replacing books hitherto used with them hie succcss of the university series is un prece de n'i d ii tin history of school i oi k publishing ami ii i destinc-d to be et greater i o the people ot the south desire to rid then - elvcs of obnoxious bo '.:- at d pernicious teach ing can il be belt ci done than by ti minim ons 1 v sustain ing this firsi c unpn hensivi education al enterprise of our own scholars and j>v inak i n ie " i i.i ct . shy .- s : ies tbe l'xifokm series im every - 1 ll'l 11 lil'.x state including of course any olher booksrhavin equal claim for consideration gursehools jvili then lie supplied with looks which they can long continue to use pupils compelled to change tin ir si i i ols will no loni'ir be retarded ii tbeir studies by a cl ai e ol books for all will use the same and parents will be saved the ex pense of present constant changes while the ; are relieved of all anxiety in regard to lit char : aeu r of the teachings under which their chil li r '. urs i rought this subject in all iis ! earings is of the iii '. 7 - ..',/.. ..-, o r fs . , h i ' .â€¢ ply countrvmen it is n i a sectional mov tent but a national . and patriotic one 1 is not a mi re rivalry be tween different pul li her . dr 1 wonld not pre sume to a-k your al i-i tion to it it goes down deep into our dearest interests ; it is tbe form ing of tilt minds of your children and mine which is at stake ; tin i loping of their self rtspeel and ch inn ter which is i ht tbe result it is an e-nti rprisi so im rtant to r.s that onr besl citiz our representative men in everv state to the number of 'â– '.' 0 and more the mi i we all honor and esteem â€” bav ; ut tiieir monev i ii:e work not lo mal i pruti out of ii al thotigh that is certain i ut tl idant means sl ild not be in king i ; the enti r prise on the largest sc lie will the teacher and i tbe south istain these atitli i -. hese ji :, lo in the woi k thus ii scribi . by adi ptinjj ing tbcsi to the i ion of all m i . mr answer i f yon dt sire further ini rmalien in n aid tn : the books write to â€¢ unit csity _ ' '..', g \ company 1-35 and 157 t rosby st new york â€” or 5-1 lexington sl . :â€¢ m or t meat atlanta ga and illustrated catalogues and ol her i ' n ti n will ent lo vou at . nee ! without ...:.. . . 12 3t t.b.gordon meroney & i.iiotiij.i i am attextl Â»> to 1 heir j ounary , â€¢ tl a . nm e jaop aad plaaiu - kill ssspthresh rs & horse-powers repaired bashes blinds and'doors made to order castings such s mill gearing gudgeons ttc v ill bell a lot of tobacco fixtures also a 15 horse power portable steam eno.no o t _____ now opening mnch the largest stock f gooth-t i ever offered iti this market and can buhl out greater inducements than ever to the wholesale and retail dealer with 20 years close experience in tin trade i think no denier will run any risk in giving mv stock a close examinution before making liis purchases either at wholes-tie or retail 1 call attention to a few leading articles which i will aid in reaching tho dit goods in a die various departments notions rÂ»ady made clothing gents un der-wear rant goods hats and ' itiis bouts and siloes stationary wail aud curtain pi per bolting cloths â€” and rtttilf *â€¢""â– 117 \ ijl _.!_â– __.-, nails , sho 1 spades iron steel and castings rugs medicines paints oils of all kinds dye stuffs aud ' rocken â€¢ f f f*h tfk v-j v g usb *"**> e ilÂ£-&7 11 Â£___*$_? h coffee sugar molasses salt cheese soaps candles spices oi all kinds con fectioneries stiis dandies currants all complete in that line upper sole ain't harness leather 1 de heavily in all kinds whiskies awl brandies nd call your special attention to t j foster's old log cabin vvjjis ke . unsurpassed by any i am agent inr the famous watt plow wheeler millick & go's iiuiisiirpasseil thresher and cleaner at manufacturers prices v strict attention given to all orders i buy all kinds of s-*r ri h w u i 1 ip u 3 h 3 h lj cl j bb i 1 i f very thankful for the liberal patron age given uie in my busiaesa connections heretofore i hope to earn u continuance .'(' tin same mv sale men under present arrangements are : geo b bo.ti.tn m f hunt jno l burke m a vanderford moses l reed thos j foster no :_.' main street east ward ) salisbury n c ) 3:n:8 oct 3 1871 i jvotice Â£__ _?Â£..*_Â« 6--_.'y pistrict court of the v states l nor the cape fear district qf n cor linn ix i 7i;i 1-k v id the flatter of samuel rose bankrupt vtotice â€” this to give notice that a -"-^ petiiion inis been tiled by samuel grose of mecklenburg county in saitl dis trict court who has heretofore been l-.i!v declared a bankrupt upon the petit on ui creditors under the act of congress enti tled an act to establish :> uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the united states approved march 2d 1867 for a discharge and certificate thereof from all his debts and other claims proveablc under the said act and that on the 20th day of december 1871 at li o'clock a m in salisbury at the office of r ii broadficld cne ofthe registers of said court in bankruptcy at the time and place assigned for the hearing of the same when and where the creditors may attend and show cause it any they have why tho prayer oi the said petition should not be mted wm larkjns clk of the u s l)i>t court of said dist 'â€¢ ll:2t:pd n^'oe to v 0xiees v in daui .. '- who have bad i'i ent and acceptance ';' i'i â€¢ ..'- 7 â– ! have not paid b r â€¢' â– â€¢ re ; . to forward amo n i * md oblige the editopt look ! litigants ! in pursuance of an order from the inver nor of north carolina a special term of the superior < auiri for the county of rowan for the trial ol civil causes will be held on monday the first day of january a li lc/2 at whi ti t.-rui of sai.l court parties an.l witnesses in all civil causes are liere by notified to appear and prosecute or de fend their suits d a.davis chairman county commissioners obadiah woodson clerk 10 tit cheap chattle mortgages and varioun ot*er blanks for sale here â€¢ â€¢ star cooking stoye the best and cheapest design ever yet invented witnesses on the ground whose experience prove it it is simple and ea bilymanaged it 1ms the largest oven of anv stove made in america other vari eties also on hand all sold cheaper than anv stove peddler can sell them and war ranted to perform well tin ware on hand and tin copper and sheet-iron work ofall kinds done to order with dispatch brown & weant meroney & brother dealers in d02ostic & fancy goods furnishing goods hosiery dress trimmings white goods boots slii.es hats cups groceries confectioneries c r>*"thev are agents for sewing machines agricultural implements ax " ranups & bros main street two doors above court-hov.se on sale fresh and salted fish of all kinds a full supply of family grocekies liquors and yankee notions also boots shoes hats caps domestics yarns __ crockery all going low for cash and country pro duce call and try them mar 24 wanted 100,000 lbs old bones vtwallace asks publie attention to his large & select 3tool of grootis comprising everything in the merc utile ! line and offered as chenp as the cheapest .' â€” his remaining winter stock at cost in which great bargains are daily given the high est cash prices paid in goods at the lowest rates for all kinds of country produce furs furs furs bring all your furs to wallace painting c s moring & son house digit & ornamental painters salisbury j Â¥Â¥. bl 1 1 ina li main street salisbury ! wholesale & retail dcalsr iii general merchandise embracing all leading articles buys and sells all kinds of country produce wholesale liquor dealer and commission merchant â€” â€” agent for navassa guano co orders solicited r w price t j price i pexc3 & bro \ j[x have opexr v^a familv grocer â– _, jn the new building lately occ 1 by g smith selling a choice selection of ; j articles in tl me at greatly reduced prices . flour meal bacon butter lard c all fresh and sweet always ready coffees su guars and teas to suit the fancy bring your produce and trade with price & bro burton craige kerr craige craige & cbaxge ! attorneys at law jfo c council st/'eet opposite tht i ovrthouse practice in tin superior courts of rowan ar.d ad joining counties ; in the supreme court at raleigh and in the united states ircuit and district courts forthe dist of xorth â– i carolina march 23 1871 \ , i gf _?_!__ bs fill ji ! w dentist j office corner of church and inniss j streets salisbury 2 i wm m barker | ytbsr coach islaker Â§_________Â§_____ i menufactnring all kinds | of vehicles at his shop on lee street anv j one needing a mil iy good and fine job can | getithere call and see all work after the most approved patterns and v'l compare with any north or soul ii special attention invited to his light work and to his paint ing and trimming i7''0r:!'!*ue*.li*i and sign painting done with neatness and dispatch salisbury march 23 come to rooks !" the salisbury book store by j 1 stewart | is the place in gel books from a b c up wards until ymi can learn to lk n lan guages which few can understand â€” school books full series of all the most popular authors also auy amount of mil ies tes tament hymn docks vocal and instru mental music jyclÂ»ia books copy books blank lllff^r books memo randums pens ti3i____r pencils papers writing and wall inks and ink-stand with a long catalogue of story books \ binghab * co sz&xf.jk wiii.i.ksai.i am retail : imgrocehs lk*"v i___e yiain st salisbury arc receiving a very large stock of ' salt sugar molasses bacon lard rice cheese candles oap powiier shot wilis brandy tobacco wot ware ro kery si ] llass ware and aii articles usually in i jrocery line which wc arc selling at wholesale and retail on tin most favorable ernis now i si ore 0 sacks coffee 30 bbls su_rar io boxes candles 80 " molasses 50 gross gail & ax's snpr scotch snnff p ' for sale low yo * ~ the very besl kerosei â€¢â– oil pure clarified cider vinegar pure candies raisens nuts cheese crackers corn starch hecker'a farina cox's gelatine de&icated cocoanajt j roval baking powders just received it bingham a co's ! john s hehder'oh gttorncs at sato salisldnry nf o mrs correll ~ thankfttl for pasl k*rors ha â€¢' .. . . to announce thi | of hei of millinehy goo | hats bonnets chignons switcl j flowers bil ns o.c she is fn ' receiving additioi thus keeps on hand tin latest pier flowers ati very b ami see orders solicited done as usual store n lineally oppo ite n st an at ! as an wt sal ard be bo c i am ; rioi . tier kci j j j mt r i 3 ! can des ! blcs was recepl ii m chairs and pi : rustic windo :-::-.'' t.ai pleteness beaut . i ! ity also mail ol i.i ,' ar icles hicl â– pared to sell as cheap or cl liouse in the western i of state â€¢?'- i !': oi . ....â€¢!.: h sewood ie and wal lurial l -. v hich i . i furnished ; : â€¢ notice be sure to call . triy op osil â– * ii _ j sion iiu i ne t 1 office see . â€¢ and 1 special orders i in our offit t i v : : ! ed c f e 2 & co whole â– rs in tin sheet-iron and copper ware cook i and hii i - : i . of every size and quality stills repair 1 ed houst 5 roofed g i and 7 oi:t 1 all at short i work vai:i..i ed full c in store we cani t be highest pri es paid per j allen shown ml ... â– in ! grain flouk hai sal iscufty n c ' /â€¢ rder in ei ::;'. peri i7ja gl .:: ", and othi >: i rs also lime for building i - n eii a al u â€¢â– .-:-. office ai wm overm shoe t ore â– â– i j allen wn insnitnc . y>epresents i ling â– *-*" and most n . ibi n ) ii i es both fire and life issues policies i iow est rates i ; " wm overman t self's sho 77 a k-___v ____&_& ix wash x ;. n^^c p labor v'v jy*fv " el Â£**#= 'â– 'â– â– , * : v ' â€¢* v-'i-d 1 â€¢ t^j 1 u*?i ---.-" ikmj r â€¢ \ â– â€¢ - ' - s vj - â– * - _ _ st d lor t'iiciir-ii v ". i â– list aitk 1 - wax i kd i wilson lockwood ever . . 1 hurra - . â€¢ 7 s in a t-i is '.. â– . ' .- . car . 'â– â– j l 1 t c ._. â€ž - fruit and ornamental 5Â«>i %-__.:__.__ <_' 1871 we invite thi -. . : to our la | stanilui 1 and duort t'i rape vii i ma uii â€¢ . ! ' â– x ai.tl iln buun riesci i.tiv . â– â– . . t pr "_â– .â€”'_> ' ' . v ___._.:_.! . _ __..-._ i â€¢-â– â– â€¢" . - irs 1 ; ge va;k v il - - . . 33 vv__i will a"i . a . agents 530 per dis rove ies if i and pleasant .-â€¢ â– ; . ; dyelt v i v j i j a mllion bo 3 ph â€¢'â€¢â– â– <*. but , â€¢ ' - â– â– â€¢- - â– i vealing t1 e bci ret ol th bup'mei idi!ie.-.9 rrfl ; land deeds tra tee do commissioner's deeds deeds chattle mort . for sale it ifr
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