One way or the other, salt-making.
by Lisa Y. Henderson
75 Hands to Cut and Cord Wood and boil SALT. Being in the employ of the State making Salt, exempts from Military duty. Free negroes will be hired and paid promptly soldiers wages, and furnished rations, and should they fail to come up, I am authorized to impress them, and will do so immediately. Any one noticing this advertisement will confer a favor upon those wanting Salt, by explaining to and sending forward any hands, white or black, address or call on me at the office of T.C. & B.G. Worth, Wilmington.
J.M. WORTH, State Salt Com’r. May 28.
Carolina Observer, Fayetteville, 9 June 1862.