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ON !AttD AFTER JULY 3, 1871.
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M : M FOUR HORSE COACHES. j
Excursion ltckm Hound lrip (food
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WilmSngtofi .tor Salem, only'. $18 05
Wilson 44 - 41 13 85
Tarboro! "i .' " " 1G 15
Stage QFFicfcs-UAt Pfohl ic Stockton's
MarcliantV Hotel, Winston, N.C.
At Butuer's Hotel, Salem, i. u.
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V JO A811EV1LLE :
" Daily four bdr Coaxes, except Sunday.
I'lixeursio" Tickets U Ashcville lor sale at the
'principal Rail ISoad offices on the North Caro
ruin Uiiilruad. ! ! ! 1
i!..tuvMr (Chatham and Favetteville and Wes-
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CpTUApT RATES. "
On sunset pf the 5th, says the Wilmiog
ton Journal, the Jewish Civil year began.
On iht lGth nd 17th they blow the Rank's
Hornia comneinoration of the first revela
tion t the Patriarch Abraham. This cere-
moDj is basejl upon Leviticus. 33d chapter
anJ'SW verse: "Speak unto the children
gajing. m J.he seventh month, in the first
jajuf the minth 6hall ye have a sabbath, a
meu:oml pr; blowing of trumpets, a holy
)inocatioii. The second festival takes
placeou the 54th inst., at 6 u'clock. I The
Jeff3 always I bei;iu their festival on the
evening pnvoqs.J During these festivals
all places of business will be closed, and the
dajwill be rigidly devoted to purely religi
. iHiy, o0d Saturda;', making connection with squares.
Uuiln4d at Charlotte and daily Ktage to head squares,
.it Wilhiinirtor. Char. & Kutherfosd 11. K. roni i Column.
, iVudcHboro. liy thi route pasougers leave 1 1 Column'. 4
Wilmitetotf and cnarlotte Alouuay, vveunes-
iay any rnuay u t u. ui., uu um3 a -
at nlhMn Wadeboro, each way. j
i Throh TicUeti from Charlotte to Wilmiug
vtNftfiTREE TO GEORGETOWN. S. C.: t
: Leave Gorgetown Monday, Wedneiiday and
IPrftlavi ; Return next day.
s Throhph Ticket via N. E. Railroad to Char
leston, gJ 00. ' ji ill. i -
. ' E. T. CLEMM0NS,
' June 21, l71-26:tf Contractor, i
' SPARKLING 1
1 ill -'Mi ' : - :
J Wmrry called the Ourqlina White Sulphur,
N c' K
l i ? '.1 lir it I . . .i . t i. . ,
, c i 1 i . 7 i I ly io ue insisted upon ; ana iur., nening tain tue oijt'ct ne uau in view me accu
itoi Dep!emoer. ims is a most solemn ha8 now removed it by completing a priu- mnlaiiun of sufficient capital to start in
dajtorine n$Drvs, and isdeyote'l by them : ting instrument of a very suptnor char
iruiu 9U"!":.f cuas.fi me uei oay oy prayer
anid fasting.! The observance of this day is
$5 0Oi$7 50$1200
8 5012 00 20,00
50; $3 75
00 1100! T5 00 25 00
1800 2400 30 00 40 00
2.1 00 45f00i 45 00 85 00
1260 18 00; 25,00
TRIUMPHS DF SCIENCE.
1 cent Cyclok
punc&ment of the Two lie-
es bk the Weather Sianal
(From tlie New York Herald.)
AVithin the fast fortni';ht weTiavelfad
two 8trikinsr ali'd brilliant triumnhs ot rc
enc, The felrful y clone which devel
oped; itself ; fiilly near Savannah on the
evening of j tie 20Ui inst., was detecled
rfnd pre-annouliced it thirty five minutes
past 7 o'clock Ion this morning of the 17th
as then existipg "between the Bahamas
and Geoigiai"! Tli announcement from
the office of lh Chipf Signal officer took
j lace nearly! tlireo eiitire daysbefore the
fell upon the Georgia
On the morning o
ced path of f,the cy
w-uk "to the northwest
iwith easterly winds
hi the day this tele
by the .Signal Offi
TELEGRA- WANT OF SUCCESS IN JOURN
ofls duties. The Biblical vear dates from
Ipiiday of ipen'itence. called Tote Kipur.
It falls in the jJewish calendar on the 10th
lisLri, or in in VUnstian calendar on th
, The London Times, of the 30th of Jan-1 Some people havo a mania for pnblisb
uary last, described a telegraphic instra- ing papers, and think that to be able to
ment invented by 3Ir. Herring, construe- write and have a certain amount o! capi-
ted to produce the dot and the dash of the tal, is all that Id necessary to make a sic-
Morse code in such a manner that one ceseful newspaper. The"' history of oar
could; never be nmtaken for the other.- most eminent journalists contradicts this
This jwas effected by the use of two dis- theory. They will tell you that they owe
tinct levers an arrangement which also their success rather to their knowledge ol
permitted the dash to De made vertical the practical than the theoretical or ces-
instead of horizontal, and to be produced thetical branches of their business. Bon-
instantaneously instead of by continued ner, for instance, is not a writer, still he
pressure, thus saving the time of the ope- has accumulated great wealth, and has
rator and diminishing the lengih of the succeeded in establishing a paper which
messige-slip. The authorities of the Brit- is remarkable both for circulation and lit-
ish Post Office took exception to Mr. erary ability. Printers now in this citv,
Herring's first instrument bectue it was who worked at the "case" with him, state
intended to print. He then arranged It that he wastiot. only a quick and clean
to embofs, and it was next objected to compositor, but was noted for bis regular
because it would not print. I tie latter habits, for never varying in his hours, and
objection seemed to be the one most like- fo working hard, eaily and late, to at
this point is reac
baltri upou Levlicus. 23d chapter aud 20th
vets?: 'Al3okni the 10th day of this'seveuth
business for himself. Henry J. Ray-
acter. mond toiled for vears as a reporter, work-
in this iistniment the slip of paper on ing a portion of the time at a salary of
which the message is received is made to seven dollars per week, aud it was only
indnih there shall be a day of atonement ; ! travel lv cock-work in the ordinary wav. after years of trial that he advanced, step
it be & holy convocation unto you! ' l Pa'9es directly over a thin metalic disc, by step, to the position he occupied at the
and ; shall afflict your souls and offer an placed transversely to the course of the time of his death.
offering made? by fire uuto the Lord. j slip, revolving on an axis, and dipping' Our best newspaper men, if success is
The month ashn is crowded with festi- ! into an ink-well : over the Daoer ia a le- .o be taken a rritprinn. nr ihoB wlm
vals and grayer days. In all there are 23 ver. terminaiinf in lirnnd stvlo nlapp Lnminpn.prl tlSr r.r hQ "aaa
l f L t ' m 7 O - J f " " V V. a MM W V XrC7V-
days iur prayr-uieeungs or solemn testi- verticallv above the disc, so that the de- and who rno il.pir inrm.iinn wl,iU
vala. ThB Mimninrr l,,ln Jam, ru X,ih. ' . .. . "
z"r n;f.IIf ;K..r : " ent of the lever compresses the slip of setting up the articles of others. Tl
IJLUOl A1SUII, '
instant, aud the
sion.ou the 22d
i of Booth, occurring on the BW,fc V ,uo ,cv" CUUJFlttsV8 P seuing up me articles or others, l here
1 which, answers to the 30th PaPer between the -disc and the style. are no better judges of an article, wbeth-
!fe( Azoret.or feast of conclu- j The lever is double, in the sense that its er it be a political leader or a classical es-
?d of Thishri, or 7th of Oc- i central portion, carrying the central por- say, than practical printers. Some of our
tion of the style, can be acted upon either best authors place more dependence on
independently of the lateral portion?, oi them than thay are willing to concede.
together 'with them. In the former case Printers have a way of smoothing and
only the narrow central portion of the making intelligible an ambiguous sen
style descends, and the elip of paper is tence, which is peculiarly their own ; the
The Memphis Avalunche mildly remarks :
"Within the lastweek the tones of the revolver.
Derringer, and shot-gun have broken the still-
nefour city' air three times, and the cor- pre(5Sed upon the inking disc at only a result of the closest attention to detail
in thcTalnW. Verilv. it begins to look like the VnSle P0,,,t of contact, which produces a Itoiccll s Reporter.
old titles of 1804 and 1805."
INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF
FniGHTENED to Death. A Ken
Tp APTHOR OF 4 HOME,
dot. I n the latter case the style descends
as a whole, and, having a concave edge,
disc, by more or less of this edge, thus ., J , . , .01 t -u " .1
7 f O I rail rau rl Itvifl rra o t V lwirv.nf.fi j I I rk in llfit
lUMnnr vort iri 1 rticli 1 . . .
....v,... Sf!p nn tl 91. I. H I .turn . iH aiJ f,.
... J i , j between the lies, but, fortunately, man
ajred to craso a tie with his hands and
. I . - ? 1 J ' 1 1 J
i t 5 me in Kin it aisc. niav oe raised or lowerea
..;. . o i -
IJawn at Aiatooua rass.in tlie Mate ot at pleasure, and bv raisine it the lencth
Georgia, I waaj told a good story the oth i 0f the contact surface, and hence the
er day winch I confirms the truth ot the length of the dash, may be increased at
old line, "music hath cliarms to sootne the pleasure of the operator. The press
there hung dangling, with one hundred
feet of sheer fall beneath him. He was
utterly unable to regain the top of the
budge, and he hung on with a death
j i -i :.j i . - I tropic-born molhster
This highly pomilar watering place will be coast insal! its JfufV
;,opcn for viMtors orij WEDNESDAY, JUNE the the!anoui
Mineral witeVs of these Springs are, the cloilf T
Vl.it ., I'l.ifl Sn ri htir C I, a vebeate. the me- I " i,lu '"i" vr' K'"
Hiitinal nnertieH of which are "not excelled.snd and rain," aiidg later!
'a heahhier and more delightful watering place gram was reaffirmed
imt Mt.e jou.Ki. m i cer. Qn tU0;i)thidhvas added at an ear- Culu e u minutes, apparently overcome by the
i;he Springs will blunder the management of I. i, .i Tji. n"V. A . c hold tlieannual testn al ot the gieen corn therefote, placed upon the axle of the i . i i-i i i, i i
i xi xu vfn Liti kr. hour bI litciegrahh. "Ihe centre of i Y .i j n Almnf0f)lB voar .J... . danger through which he had passed.
, uu.wi., ..-v. --..xv. ........ , , . , , .,, , . . I woiiiri uk tun. I"vv " J LUC Ult?C i UIIA CUU tell II III II ii P U 1 1 Ul P Ui I II tl , 1 rti I I . I ! . I
together with Mis Wkexx. and visitors may uie .cycoiiefi nipoauiy Keep a snort 1fi,fitu nfl.lnhn TTwrr! Pvn. nu. 1 , a .i ul..U i. ueii ne goi up, as ue sam, to go nome,
? " 1 J: ' .irWI .!. I a L. I:.... I ' V f " 7 , cv ui i auiu luut " u' n iv uui, 10 1 1 1 .
rely upon good fare
lenty of lee.
:V,!'WH'B.W. ' . . , '. .nine." TheselBJorm warnings Issued to
Leave liaitimore-or nsmngicn in ine mor- n 7, ;
i: rvLLi in,.ir,,,i Unnriiio atl M,e naruors
i:; U.,t Salisbury ,Nere von take the Western eight, hours ,afld senty
ciocK tne next niornin
vnarioue aim niatesvi
t . i ., 1 1 I . .r . . - .1 frrnan Until ma Piwa hrnntrlit nsaistouro
L.otig time ago, tue country auout At- evolution of the inking disc, upon tliq ?' 1 r 1 " ... ,
totoLua. ti.fe hnnnv rllvi.. crrnnnrlnf : .1.. L,fU1 fr0m hlS perilous position llC WBS
""rr 'j '"cf t iiuiucuiaic icbuiuuirnv:.iu':iit in which iiiv I I 1 flp.l I . 1 ,1 r i
th niiPTfikeetrnd ans. who were wont to ;u ..,,JW .l.wla li;.. "-u u" lu,; uu" UJ 11 w
!anger through which he had passed.
qutrcs from 15 t p6 hours, according to
iue size ana quality oi me lODtcco. ana
. fiii i ...
.uis degree ot neM stioald be continued,
until the lea! opns a lemon color and is
nearly free from fany green hue. "When
ied, tbi beat should be
i 105 deg., in order to
commence drying ihe leaf; aud here lies
the whole difficulty in curing (I mean
drying the leaf.) I The last degree of heat
indicated, should lie continued five or six
hours, when it shphld again be gradually
raUed to UOdegiiand should be main-
laineu iuis pwni, until tue lain oc
points of the leaves ; beein to curl and
dry. Indeed it 11 probably be safest
for beginners to continue the decree of
heat nntil-one third of the leaf is dried.
The temperature ro?y then be gradually
increased to 115dfg., and kept for several
uours ai mat poiuii until me ier.1 uegins
to rattle when shiken, then agaiu raise
the heat 12 desh, at which point, it
should be continued until the leaf is dried
After which the Utnperature may be in
creased to 150 deg., or ICO deg. to dry
the stem and stalk; the latter should
blackened by the ucat, before the curing
Ordinarily, it requires from two and a
nan io uve uays to cure a Darn oi toDae
co, dependent entirely upon the size and
quality. Put 7 or fi plants ou each slick,
and place them eight inches apart on the
tier poles. In the yellowing process, the
door of the barn sljould be kept closed to
exclude the air. WJien the point is reach
ed for drying the leaf, the door may be
opened occasionally and kept open from
20 to 30 minutes ai a time, especially if
the tobacco gets into a "sweat, as it is
called, or becomes camp and clammy
The temperature'is raised in the barn,
by cautiously, from; time to time, adding
coal to the fires, wpich should be placed
in small piles on the floor, m rows, allow
ing about five feci between each pile,
which should contain at first about a
double-handful of cbat In addiug coal,
you will soou lcarnl tjie quantity neces
sary to be applied, ;by khe cflVet produced.
Avoid raising the Jbeat lmstily after the
drying is cbmmencod, lest the leaf should
be scalded and reddened ; on the other
hand it should not Le raised too elowlv
for fear of "raising yw grain," or the leaf
becoming spongy ind dingy. Both ex
tiemes are to be avoided, and the skill
here required to iniirc uniform succef s is
to be acquired oujt by experience and
fart and good attention. . , distance TeaSt of the immediate cdast line, '4 th;ii.known .ons ot ..Ilome. ' ,t.,,K,.l,l,o nnwnr nft ,nt.C.wnX iU walked a few steps, and fell to the ground
, goodiuand of Music and good and! be off Cap! Hattteras to-morrow mor- cWAtIjnmL uns, .".i on .,: ' ' Vi ' dead. Physicians who carefully cxamin-ueiftlaf.ee-&c.
ri.l.V-lt tla.,,i aweetliiorae. Means: engaged on a piece . the spring. 1 he moment the disc is re-1 . i-... .i. . .i J .. . i
t'u ins uouj , cay inai mere was no uruiec
r - - --- . ,,. f T . - . I C 1 1 V . 1 11 IILVJ Va IllVy X-. lll.lUny IIUllWlll I I II
: 7 rGV,rVr" r" ZA::riJ'i:U:::- tor, th purpose, ot writing it up trom per- keys, one of which commands the central
...... V.,P ,.r....6r. irV ectiua uy U1: lU-lCCt r r 1 t ot ha. Mri Wit i thi nt...l lio
1 At wKf and tnlrA tlml . " - i . I - . L
e Iload at Charlotte von llv giv e,, ,
II wauling IKBUeU lO l f IW.irlr ill.,rMlK.A f onliar i j.i " j - ... i
all the harbors Interfered between forty- lZX?'jaU aLZ 'Z I "eco"T.'?Pr V cepa-
H . , ... a iauif vucMuio, uvo...u sj impulse io nrouuee linmenitte revolution,
enty-two hours m I ,.nhLn rtw l nc tu 0 ru rnu n,:n ... ' . ......
The operator is furnished with two
or wound sufficient to disable him, much
less cauie death, and are of opinion that
his death was caused by fright.
observation. We -frequently cut tobacco
the latter part of tlie week. hou?e it and
suflcr it to remain lihtil the first of next
week, that we ina
If I had time aq
cr points which mij:
the Christian era. He was a native cf
Alexandria. Ptolemy gave an account of
the fixed start, and computed the latilodo .
ana longitude ot one thousand and twea- ;
ty-one of them. Pythagoras bora, at
bamos, and his death is supposed to bars .
taken place aboot fire bundled rears
before the Christian era. He eapnoseC
(he sun to be the centre of the universe.
and that the planets revolved around him
in elliptical orbits a doctrine establish
ed by Copernicus in the sixteenth centa
ry. 1 ycho Brahe, a Danish aitronomcc,
flourished aboot the middle of the six
teenth century. His astronomical sys
tem wss singular and absurd ; but the
science is indebted to him for a more cor
rect catalogue of the fixed stars and for
discoveries respecting the motions' of tbe
moon, and the comets the refraction of
the rays of light, and for many other im
poitaut improvements. To liim Kepler
was also indebted for the principal facts
which were the basis of bis astronomical
labors. Copernicus wan bora in Pruwia,
in the latter part of the fifteenth eenttuy.
He revived the system of Pythagoras,
which placed the sun in the centre of tLe
system. He taught the true doctrine,
that the apparent motion of the heavenly
bodies is caused by the real motion of
Galileo, a native of Pisa, flourished in
the latter part of the sixteenth century.
By his observation of the planets Venua
and Jupitor, he gained a decisive victory
for the Corpernican system. He was per
secuted and imprisoned by the inquisi
tion for holding what was thought, in
that age of ignorance and superstition, to
be heretical opinions, snd compelled on
his knees to abjure the tmths which bo
had discovered, and lie had too much
sense to disbelieve. Kepler, who, from
his great discoveries, is called the legisla
tor of the heavens, was a nitive of Wur-
tembmg. In 1572, arailing himself of
the observations of lyebo Brahe, be dis
covered three great laws, known as Kep-.
er's laws of the planetary motions, and
on them were founded the discoveries of
Newton, as well as the whole modern the
ory of the planets. Sir Iaac Newton,
who has Uocn called the Lreater o! Na
tural Philosophy, was born in Lincoln
shire, England, in 1642. His discovery
of the universal law of gravitation, and
many other valuable and important con
tributions which he made to science, place
him among the foremost of those to whom
nations are indebted for an insight into
the rasguificent displays of th material
irtg,aml be at the Springs the weather report of. the Signal Bureau
had beteti singuiirly korrect, and that in
this instances "flic correct
. J .: r.i. i .1 .i .i .
Tho Herald has ,. U , I iZ- , .7 Vr , : uut P' - u.e uu.lt u.e
e..fiha .ia,pm6t nf ,u. aPP,lc 10 f iricna xtev. v.. . xiowaru, ieVer as a whole. Une, therefore, produ-
ces ine not, ana :ne oilier tue dasn, ana
no mistake can occur between the two
account of 1-the great disturbances a- excent bv the use of the wmn? kev.-
r a ii f i 1 1 u r r - . . . . . - . i i ' '
nrplii-tinns nf tmonSRbe Clierokees, from horse thieves The priming is remarkably clear, distinct gaged in farming near this city was walk
r ' onH nltiornnl iws hv vl'lilfh 1 lla nrprpnii -..A . 'I1!.-. :.. . 1. . .1 I : .1 l. l.:. l.
the bureau has laved a irreat manv lives ., L "" .i? T;r r ; :a ' l"7'1 ' ",8UUUinu 18 - imuu."5 u
- - - i - n j rv nriiRA m.n i r rknn 1 1 1 r r 1 1 m 1 1 ii 1 1
II I l n ... I UIK IUVU uau iuiuiuui.ui
:ill OI lllcl f t;ii j -ii'; ,1, tUr, f
I A t -r: tt. I t , l ui iuiucucviiic, nuu not ucu uit uuci in
reach the, Springs j ea ly the next morning.- Savanna i liepwucm, nat on ine ym ( j.g d uudertaking.
i i ,ma r,.m iii ih.snnnm tiia worn ir rnurtrt nr riio nnrna itur'.nn i . . - - ..
IIUJ I11.IUII UI IIIOUIVUI
the next morning, i
A good four horne Ojmnibus will run in con
lu'clionwith the train; s to the Springs over a
I'cautiful road only sis mile.
"' I j,!-.. . . BOARll
Per month, (or four1 Weeks,) $40.00
lVr weuk. M ! , 15.00
lw.l.. I 2n0 SI 00.000
.Children and colored servants hjalf price. No 1 York, we a 1 read
cliarge for infants under 2 vears oi age.
t! ! ! J'GOLDEN WYATT.
ftpnrklihg Cutarba t print,
. June 1st, 1871. s , ,
FIGHT BETWEEN A CAT AND A
A few days ago a gentleman who is en-
i i m I iv I H I
and an immensl am(ijiiit of property. exciui,n
ine uaraage, dt ineisiorm in oavnunau i -
. i ii I r . i .1 I
was estimatert- at not mucn less man ,s
ri'f.-A' a. tii.: t e xT...
JL UC lie lUiiffiiiu uiuuua. .u a c r i s
.1 ... I HIIU
y Know, was cue victim
I 1 1
Thesymntoms of Liver
pomplaint are nneasinewi
and, pain in the sine.
.onietirne8 ine pain is in
of its violence; pnd our telegraphic col
umns report many vessels disabled.
i On the morikjng qf thie 4th a second
cyclone, which ihadpust died'away, was
discovered ana sreportea, wnicn in ioriy-
tiaht hours vefihed!
Id rear where his hands
1 his I with a double current. were ulonehine. when he discovered a
i. ii ""l y . . . .1 . . .
wasnentorcea uy a vigilance ir. llernne has also made some subsi- cat at some distance comincr toward him
the Gedrgia State Guard, which ; dary improvements of imuortance. esue- Presently the cat turned aside, and snnat
salted ta the famous persecution cjally with regard to the relay, which" ting very low, appeared to creep stealth
nprisonment of the missionaries, promise to add to the uscfulucss of his ilv along as though in search of game.
. orster ana liutier; ot wincu instrument.
not violate the 4th
space, there arc oth-
it be mentioned. It,
however, I have succeeded in this crndc
and hasty maunef, in giving you any
suggestions, whichv will aid you in your
pew enterprise, I shall be gratified an I it
will give me pleasure to give you any
inrthtr in my pow.
Very Respectfully, R .
THE FARMER-A BEAUTIFUL
ithe ihead is troubled telegrams from Georgii and Tennessee
with win, and dull, hca- show that -t Iiaspeen a serious and severe
ry sensation, consiuera-1 storm. Thus: nl ttieJanace ot a tew flays.
le low of mtmory, ac- ? i,.,:-!..,! ihJeir ft!
.... - r :rj
our national storm
wires bring us in-
bst India and Pa-
"n oll.avlng'blt J.nd!.nc Bomething which i'om and abiflty.o
i i i I jL.... Aft . I .. : f aiirn il avapm 1I1PI
f ki i tr ii v na v if fi iinnp t si.i i'li fl'iiiiiiiissiiiiiiiz ui i oaHit v n - -
very mnch was published at the time.
ThiS danger id id not defer ihe poettrom
carrying out his; desperate project of wit
nessing the Green Corn Dance. Accord
ingly pe proceeded to Allatoona, and frll
A HORSE FOR A WIFE.
The wife Bales are getting numerous
ihe probabilities of V r ' " nowa days. Week before last we gave
the Sienal Offidb in a fierce visitation of ' r .Xl. .".I, .V .31 i..":.r' . . an account of a case at Jewett, where a
1. 1 - -i ...i-i ,i :. I . .. . .1 VL. 1 . . i- . i wuuuwvue was pniceu Uliuci eumu ao a. . . .., i, . ... .. ,
L.,e snoiuuer. u u- Uie &outh Atlantic cqasr. as preqiciea, . sf .
taken lor riieuinatiHiu,,;thc stomach is attectetl track j, uuX)re tie west t,an that
wun (MWj or appetite; ana s cKnes . oowe o , . ,'e if J 18th inst. The
!'('nrr:ii I'OHHTf. Miiiit-iinit'H niici iiuuiii: n iiii ( . . i
wife was sold for 25 cents. Now we have
to record a similar transaction which took
wiaknews debility, uiul low spirits. Sometimes I formation that tile W
' m.iiiv nf (tic nhovc uvtniitoms attend the disease. I m,u ..lorn -juIi ibihlit lina inst been sue-
. Hiul at othr ti.nesiverV few of them ; but the Ufegsfull y laidttolthe slands of St. Lucia
liv.'r w iViiiriillv lli:lirrrn iihikI involved. I rT . J . . 1 n ... . Si ... . .
Cure the Liver with jf U Barbados. 1 lse latter are in w.e
' ' Hnnr and hnriicana is'er.erated. ana uv
Iiiy.IK KIjlulJliilLl UI, w'eathcrtelegfitnfs from three islands dai-
o .n...:n nul.iin.l liarha womnlml In hp I I.. ...!.:!. .!. I,. flloT l i I, a Siirr. I r " uiwi-.w- --- 1
,..v ...... r. ... T, : - ---- v IW...C. w,r:ic..-.&c vu,v - l)0 yoWi, ll.ittH.orse I Just VOU-mount
I Ml ' .... I I ..ft-vl.v. nnnn A lltiltlnM I I t , V
uai orp win .uuup fu.ni uuwi' iu j tunt . - , S . VrttlraPH
As the weary night
wore the poet lay dozing by the camp
hre, and the rough, sentinel, to keep him
self from falling asleep, would alternate
bftweeii cursing, dunking, cnewuig anu
singing. At length he struck up the
song oL"Homc sweet home."' Tlie poet
llfoiAfl t 1. .'- ..A , (r I. T J r- r i-i oonn1 onH i 1
.....uwf.uu.. ......... lhe reived to throw ofT.e yoke and
taim himself free. But it is not an
matter to shake off such a responsi-
Fistcnei! to the words ot his own song, ana j j
whenltlie soldier had finished, said ta ; otj.ljn
him, f friend, Is am the author of that ; r m.
song I; Therefwas so much of apparent ' .'..''.
"BV,s" " r ; nil tV n.4 si AVir anil nnr fiw.i,! Wutirmiii
sincerity m thel poet s manner that the; -. . ... .
ftrictly vegetable, and 'tan do no injury to ary
one. It, has been Used by hnwtfreus, mui Known
fnr the lat'40 years as one of the most reliable,
t meni iousand haranileM preparations ever of
fered to the suflVnrig. i jlf taken regularly ami
peritpntlv,'it i Kiive! to cure
ijau n dice.eost i ven ens, sick
we shall De au
tempest before -
lit ! . ! I . WHO Ml l i unuuiii
rough keeper be ,eved h.,u rue and i his j wwl J
uncoHg humanity, replied : "Well, by , fce mnre
you bpe no business to keep me here.
iscdUf the approaching
has! fairly-started on us
The MackeIell IFisheuy. 1 here
(headache, chronic diarr-1 are at present roln three to four hundred
hfxa.axiecuonHouneDiaa- vessels engaged in tlipi mackerel niiiery,
pik.B va s-' a BMMff lomn n ttirr i nn pn!icr fii ,iw r. i
ixtlfva of lha L wlnni'u ' rt APtril 1 ullfHUl flllllfl (lift I' . . i i. i
eae of the sliiii, irtipiirity of the blood, melari
eholr. or deprewion of spirits, heartburn, colic,
oi pains In t,h -bowels pn in. in the head, fever
agd ague! diopy, Uiil pain in the back, &c.
Prepared only bv J. H. ZKI LIN & CO.,
Jruggists, Aiacon, ua. :
that beast and make vrourself scarce."
t ayn aid not ftand on the oraer oi ins
going, but wenf at once, feeling that if
his cariosity hid got him into a tight
place, the powerlof song had let hia out
n . I .
BY HON . EDAhD EVEKETT.
; The man who j?tands upon his own
Soil, who feels thft j by the laws of the
land in which he jlives by the laws of
L:..:i: A 1L f..l
. . . . ii- ... . . I 1:11 incu iiauuiio-r 1 iv 10 .ue 1 1L.1111111 .a-
He quickened Lis steps to see if he could QKMr of aj wlijch hc tU,
is by the continitlon of nature, under a
. . . , , ll II.JI. PUUJt: IHUULIJi A UU. V .UAW.Wv.
., , fc ., , , . , 1 from any other soorte. He feels other
ine siiuku coueu auu pui inmseii 111 a r ji
. 1 . fiM ; . .. 1. things being equal,
siuaing posiuon. xuccai instantly waiK- Annt,lpr ihn ri,--r-VtaT of a man. as the
ed direct up to the snake and held out one . , r .1 L-i 1 ru .1.;.
, .'. -e , ord of the animate world, t t tins great
foot near his snakeship s head, as if dar- . , ai,0Vp whirl, f.-hionr-d bv
ing him to strike. Master snake being . . K , ,.f ... ' ..,., 1 .
a . . ? nf a rli it ir urn a VI. w -v lT'i. r 1 I w
place 111 Ashland. In this instance the " ri 1,1 power,
1 1 iijirir. consi'niitniii v 111; rL'pnoniieu wuii 111s
uau i.ira nurse. . . ' . . J . . . . .. heavens, a
M1I0 Waterman has endured the thral- ,u" " "3 uu.u
dom of a married life for some years, but l,ave b.et'n 111 dln'.ct co,ntilct wUn u,e cat 8
lately the fetters have become galling, F'1W; uiu b ' "w,
and consequenily very unpleasant, aud SVi" thar 5 .and b.cfoi;c 1 ,u licad. fou be
wiLiiuiawii, u reeeiveu a in. ivy uiow iroiu
the cat's foot, and the paw was again
presented with similar results. About four
rounds of that sort occurred, when ttie
1 1 liii 1
snake seemed to rememuer. "ue who
fights and runs away may live to fight
another day," and with this understand
ing he uncoiled and started to leave the
A ItcLioiors Pater's Peesidext.
The Fireman's Journal (Catholic) gives
utterance to rather a oovel idea io regard
to the Democratic nomination for the
Presidency in 1672. After declaring that
the new departure was "intended not to
heal the breaches, but to rc-open tbem,"
and after overthrowing and refusing the
claims of Chief Justice Chase for the
nomination, the Journal says :
"The ie course for the Democratic
party in 1S72 will be to drop every man
involved in political life, and to nod
it here the higher order of executive abili
ty in our day and country is to be found
in some of the vast works of civil in
dutry some man who, during trying cri
ses, such as that of 1S57, and agaiu dur
ing the civil war, has known bow to bold,
and govern, and attach to him, tens of
thousands of men, and to manage eco
nomically many millions of capital en
trusted to his care. We think there must
be some such man. He will be the most
likely to restore order to our prostrated
to 6k v
line through the
is his, his from
It is the space
ie Bay of Fundy.
f om about eighty to paragraph from! the Manufacturer and l,SW1, I rue, they had their "u
4y tons each. This Builder ; I downs but, after all hadn t she
,J,i .1 nf 5 . . ,! times been god to him 7 I hen he tl
ioc,$t ; by mail $123.
lor nale bv
K LtTTTZ & CO.,
Salisbury, N. C.
NOWris the propitious time Fruits nni
Hbtindaat. and every b"dy should realize the
aliie fj Fruits pnlperly preserved at a very
trifling jMiindewLl i. -
Spear Fruit Prese ccng Solution
I I Xorry's pirsertinj Poicder
inch, with the new li rections. accompany-
V.fncfcjnow, nejer'fail. !
A further full supplv of both, just at hand
1 -II !' a. v i cir t o o.
u i mj o 11 iif oiui r.
1 1 ! s.i:ti;,. v - n
. HUE IWI J I I V
from Block Ulnl to
The vessels aVerge
one. hundred ajidltwei
fleet is now collected -on the coast of
Maine between liorilajrtcl and Tow,,scn
The mackerel sfcasoiii begins about the
middle of June, ind tllis year the catch
lika been unustialv lafte. Owing to this
i t , , i ' I - It .1 - " craii i" urn.,
tte tradehas beeli pok, and the puce of He nee(j . fiiv0r0f none
the fish has run ierv Edw. last year the Prniiv
iia r....tr,..n in hi own hands
market was highland good mackerel sold foolish hni.otlta Ambitious that their sons
for! 630 per aiel. (These prices were Bi,ollju'hrjM ?n tb woridf" as they say
sustained until thl; closd of;the season, and are mo . .;n;11WMh:it thev should study
not anticipating etch alrapid decline, deal- or I,r0fiaa;nI1owi,i. the chances of even
ers bought largelt. At the close ot the nioderate auccesal heavily against them
season the market declijied, and the large or run of Spending their days in
was in a quandary. He didn't know ex-
, and the more he pon
lifficult seemed to be his
situation, rmaliy, one day last week,
Milo ran across a neighbor named John
Mill ford, who is ever ripe for a bargain
and after some conversation, in m
they discanted on the respective merits of
wife and horse, a baigam was "struck
up." Mulford was to take Waterman's
wife, and Waterman Mulford's horse
Waterman took his horse home, put
him in the stable, and retired. But he
could not sleep. He tossed nervously
But he didn't get off that field a-
For ihe Southern Home.
A Grievous - Wrong. There is the
dtst commoli sense in the following j upon his pillow, and began to think of
I rue, they had their 'Hips and
trrA tt him 1 'I'lion lio tlmtirrlit
ITI ; . .!)-. . i: " ....i. . . ...... ... V. u .
3 13 it that there is sucii a repu0- , of he m j, moments they had fi1A mnA nrra,ribPd bv bin,
nnticf nn l. ,.f rvirinis to nilttlllir ! ...... V'.i 1 1 . "vr I'! J
('. . .. . t r - ' I I.
is an independent man. vxo .aie nc , d Miobeg;in to re?ra tjlC tra(le
wm, ins craU wii,i unng ...u. o..r ... Al Un he p(mja endnrS ,t no i,)neer. He
lie liaS 111- , otr.tr. In ll.n lilrn in f lir. Ann A
r. " ' - .
- t ..X . -l.t . 1- . 1J 1 1
01 1111:111, 11111K nut 111c tnu not re aim piu
ceeded to Mulford's, woke him up and
wanted to trade back. But Mulford
on which the generation neiore mm
moved in its rond of duties ; and he
feels himself connected, by a visible link,
With those who p reeded him, as he is also
to those who follow him and to w hom hc
is to transmit a home. Perhapn his farm
has come down to bun from his fathers.
They have cone to their last home ; but
hc can trace their footsteps over the scenes
of his daily labor. The roof that shel-
tcrs him was rearep ny those to wuom 11c
owes his being. JSdmc interesting do
mestic tradition is! connected Mith every
enclosure. Thu favorite fruit tree was
planted by his fatberfs -hand. He spott-
. 1 1 1 ..jl.il .'i - 1 I- ... l.:l.
eu in ins uo iioou pcsiue me urnn, hhicii
still winds through' tlje meadow. Through
th" held In s th5. riaih to the village
school of eailier 'days. He still hears
from his window the voice of the Sabbath
bell, which called pis . fat hers and his fore
fathers to the house of God, and near at
Lincolxtojc, N. C, Aug. 31, 1S71.
Mr. Editor: I enclose again for the
benefit of those engaged, and who expect
to engage 111 the culture and curing of to
bacco. a letter wri ten for ine bv Dr. N
I a tl a
M Roan, of Caswell. 1 have been so hind is the spot where his parents laid
iirr.aful under hi linrli.ina. ihnt 1 nrl. down to rest, and whete. when hii time is
' I m - a . al a. am
vise all novices in the culture to follow come, be shall be laid by bis children.
These are Hie feelings of the wner of
Brported Russian Preparations for
Bar. The Knsian fortifications at the
railway stations of Radziwillow and Woi
locysk arc rapidly proceeded with. The
former is the last elation toward the fron
tier of the Brest Berdyszew-Iladaiwillow-er
railway. Both stations are of the ut
most strategetical irajmrtance, and have
an uninterrupted communication with the
Galician nest of railways. In the neigh
borhood of Uadziwlllow Imperial engin
eers have been engaged for weeks in sur
veying and levelling, and after their plans
a citadel wjih detached forts will bo erec
ted in the neighborhood of the station for
iu further protection. The fortifications
are to be completed within ihree years.
A similar course has been adopted at
Wolocysk. Other fortifications are near
ly already completed, noubly in the ex
tent ion ot thevworks at Lithu..nianf Brest,
and Kiew, and thi-ir itienglheuing by de
London Army and Xacy Gazette,
Archbishop Manning ha determined to
suppress the custom of making Sunday
the great day for Catholic funerals in
f.: a . . af SI-
the par. : vi j "Pft together, of their love and court- For the benefit of your many readers, the soil. Words danoot paint thr-m. gold , Jv0-jdn wln reby hundreds of nndcrta-
" ,-, i , 1 ; snip, ui ini-ii uj.iiii iju ..nu iinru iiiiu-y
I request that you will give the article, cannot buy them ;l they flow out of the
in a notice that they may preserve it for deepest fountains nf the heart ; they are
B. S. Oriox.
the life-spring of a fresh, healthy and
generous national :character.
0 i 1
: THE FIRST j ASTRONOMERS.
Fomc of the rnost distinguished men
Aug. 25 It.
catch of tliis yi'arjbas Pjade it still lower,
so that good fU hfl canliow be bought as
low as 816 pel barrel. j Besides the hand
fishing vessel! eiploy.ed in this trade
there are a large liimbfjiof seiners. They
lie around and jvatcHj for the schools
which they sufrotlid wjiih their seines.
These are ma4eo large twine, from 800
Latin AnfitlP.V. I rmn fat Winir Jid nhdmt 100 feet deep.
L v W ISII l k J ; tp pnrchasc SOUTt ERX, and often fnwv 203 toP0 barre sf fish
A l inn hi 1 ,4 wel to ! on -Mesw. Crawfoid J tnkPnt once. Soide idea of the es-
lnfuriBu.i."L,-w,.r are preiM.iHd t0 ifive all necessiry .
17EAR oik . 1 presume vou had re-
culdn't see it. Waterman begged, but fcrence to curin? tobacco vellow. for
ir . r j : i i ar .11 . . - 1 :
aiuuoru wns im-vaauir. Alter voiieui- w UC I this SCCtlOII 18 SO lum.JU?. It l S .U I.,.. tl ..o.
. a 11 1 . I I f,tJt SI'S W tVUWIULl.U M SU flVak IUMO0
erauie uicKenrg, nowevir; uie laiii-r a- verv luce process, and repuues some ex- f rt nrl lwi lnrb m.,k. nn il,.
J ... 1. W - l..l, Kla i v : . . .v i.
greeu iu it. "ttitimaii i.i.vi u.vik iiio i perience, ooservanon, auu
C A.'ii . iw i I
f . - tt " win ara iit... a..ri . . ' Jt . n ,
,'r.,rW.cWn. .t. ln '""-"?ZrL' t? nf the' maclerel business
AtllM...- " "..Kviuu.iirirwquHiiiy.avc. i - --- - . . -
tt&ZlXMWW tlds place will gained frorn. the ft thii t man the fleet
r?nL,T.., ...... Luiresfronl 3,5dd to koOO men, and to
BVT lira fHl, I -. . ' ll A.
.. lt; . 8lUbai7.Kowaa county, KTc, provision it COS. t Ibont
science of astronomy
strength, health and independeuce.
Rossel has bf en convicted and sentenc
ed to military degredation and death.
The motion ;fof removing, the govern
ment to Paris, after four 4ays debate, was
defeated.- U I -I ' -
l"c V0b,e to ? reia' 1 l XZ I Poe in consideration ot a forfeit ot two knowledge of the character aud quality ptolerov Pythagoras' Copernicus Tv
ot toiliiii ttiA nerountailt 8 aesa, man k i7;jim TV
o -.,".-- . a i us!. i qi me looacco, wun which vou nave io
. i - --t ! i. ..ai I lif.m innnlv i I '
ileal, in order to insure unitorm success. vewton. Ilionarchui is usuallv consid
. - . -1 y i r i i j
The Emperor Alexander is the hero of .Much depends upon the character ol tlie Ured the father o astronomv. He w.
the following anecdote : He was present crop when taken Irom the hill. It it is born at Nicaea, and died about a bun
at a collection in runs tor one of the hos- ot gooa size, wen matured, and ot a good anti twenty-fiva vears before the
pitals. The" plate was held out to him yellowish color, there is necessarily but Christian era. l(e divided the heavens
by an extremely pretty girl. As he gave lime uimcuny in tue operation. jnto constellations;; discovered the differ
nis lonis a or uc wmspereu, - juaueuioio-1 """"- " ence of the intervals between the autumn
A project is aoat for narrow gnage
road trota Paducah, iSntucKy,
ellc, this is for your pretty eyes." The
girl curtsied and presented the plate a-p-ain.
"What." said the Emperor.
EL ? i P. iS9T - 1 .1. .
to Paris. I "more "xes, sir,; sam sne, "A now
want something, for the poor,
As soon as the tobacco is taken from
the bill and housed, we commencewith
a low degree of heat; say, 95 to 100
i arherenheit "the yellowing or steam
ing process." This is the first and sim
plest part of the whole process, and re
al and venal eqniboxe ; fixed the paral
lsx of the heavenly bodies, and determin
ed longitude and latitude, fixing the first
degree of longitude at the Canaries. Pto
lemy flourished irj the second century of Spain.
: ' f -
ken rzen have to woik all day. and a
vast deal of disorder and drunkenness is
A Scotchman"; named Goden, whipped
Joe Coburn, the pugilist, in a free fight.
The Cholera is diminishing greatly in
IIou. Wm. U.Seward has reached Ber
A fire at Bloomington. III., on Saturday
night destroyed 8200,000 worth of prop
erty. The potato disease is spreading in Lac
A slight frost occurred at Oswego,
Y., on the morning of the 1 1th.
The beautiful Dutchess of St. Albanr,
aged only 22 years, died in childbed.
Tbe Empress Eugenie iai ' cnbaAei