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SALEM 'TO HIGH POINT daily
) i :.raUM IIOKSE COACHES.
Excursion liikets Hound Trip. Good
Mi'- uhtil0ct. 15th. i - 1 1-
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j Friday Xeuve lVudexlatro', Xueday, Thurx
A iy, ami - atiird iv, uiakinp ntiineetion with
! Riiifroad4 at Cha U;te nnd daily Ktage to head
!if Vilmilit4piCiar. o; Rutherford 1 R. from
rWadenboro, lfy fliis route paaeiireri leave
I Wilntinirtou ahd Cbarlottc Moiiday Wediies.
d:iy and Kriday ajt 7 a. nu, and arrive at il
miiijrtoti and Charlotte next evening, renting
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j 1 E. T. CLEMMOXS
j June 24, 18p-U2C:tf Contractor.
The hv m ptonip of IA vef
complaint are uneasinexi
and pa to in the ule.
Sonn tinies the pain is in
the rhoulder. and is mis
taken for jrlreumalisni, the utomacli is a fleeted
with losa of fpljetite and sickness, bowels in
S'eneral oslive, HMoetimes alternating with lax.
ine ncau is trouilel
m ..:,.! I lw,,h lMn, and dull, hea
aV&VAJTJL. I Ivy sensation, considcra
i--li--L I '''e uiemory, ac-
HHMtMMB-M-aa-tiCeoiupaiiied with painful
sensation otiiavuis lelt undone something which
ought to have leen done. Often Complaining of
wnaness, ueuiuir, and low spirits. Sometimes
many of the nboVesvniotonw attend the discuss
and atothertimea verv few of them; but the
uver i jreneraiijr . the organ nut involved.
cure me i.n-er with 1
i j,I)U. SIMMONS !
fa preparation; rorila and h?r, warranted to be
i! one. ft has Weil used bv hundreds, ini'd known
foi,,h1 1"t 40 yekrs as one of the most reliable,
; etCcaeious and hi rainless preparations ever of-
t lerea to Uio sutUHrmg. If taken regularly and
ivrwiemiv.ii is isn re to cure
I)ystepia, h e ad c h e,
B j au nd ice.cost i venesis. sick
ihcadarhe, chronic liliarr-
wviuuit ,i ui moneys, nervousness, chills, dis-
easeaorthe skin, impurity of the blood, raelau
"'""Jt vi ucM-vMiti im sitiriis. Iionrlliurn vili
... ... wntiK, pwii in me tieaatevev
1 Sgd affile. dlOlisvi boilk imin In lli K. C- -
i Rrepareil onlyWj II. ZEILIN COt, '
For sale bv
8aliibury, N. C.
feb 24 Jy
NOW la the propitious time Fruits re
abuudant. and eyeryjh.Hly should realize the
vame o. rruits properly preserved at a very
uiuiug tun, iuueeu - ; j
Spear s Fruit Prkurreng Solution
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ri Xorru'i PrtHtrriun 7n,r,J; . .
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which, with the new Ui Tectums, aru-itintiu,
'inp each, now, bevejr fail. j
A further full supjd v of both, just at hand
i ; i A aiLLi'S Drug Store,
I ',. I".' i! j ' fcalisUury. N. C.
Aug. 25 It.
Southern Land Agency,
i ii ' W,U id eU " Messrs! Crawfoid
nunnsm, who are prhmred to pive a! Becessr-ry
lafornittli n it reiardCcstion. prlce.qq.lify. Ac.
T -v. IWui, w pimav will
.'prfintpt attention. I ,
Bo. .J.BiwniRI) DUNHAM, Land ACents,
" I Balwbiiry, Kowan comity, X. C.
"S r V SUMMER
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SALISBURY, I. J.,
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Manufacture Cipargfrom thebett Havana To
bacco, cheajjcr thap tbdr can bo boujrht anr
vhereeUe, iThe choicest Brands a follows:
Tns AaiAL.fn whole boxen, at nnr ihitni
and; Tns SWAK.in quafterboxe. at $50. The
La CAPiiiof in whole UoxeK, at $15.
ur Wheat & Oals,
NT NOTICE TO FARMETuSl
' An importont discoverr to prevent RUST in
W heat aud Gats. If Un direstions are careful-
ly loiioweu uo tlie cropii injured by rust, the
money will Be cheerfully refunded All I ai,k
l a tnau ltrenared and ftr nale mil at
4 J. If F.NVIS&
Mill GeafiniShaftinPuireys 0-
THE JEW DISINFECTANT !
). 1 s
Non-ro)$kioust Odertess. Powerful Deo
Harmless ancj tSife Arrests
and Prevents Contagion.
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Used in private dwt)!fiM8. Itotela. restanrtntft.
J pnklic vrljwwla. liosiiiufoj iiiKanc asylums, ilispen-
NrimaitH.ginsonH. pooif nouses, on ninps, stearo
bolits, and ife teiienient linseti, markets, (or water
closets, urinAis, siuks, tseHeis, cess-pools. staMcs.
&c. . !-i i i i
A speciJRcIn all roTitiUr5oiiK and prsulentiah dis
eases. Of i liolcrn, lyj.lioid lever, ship fever, tmall-
Iia. Rcanetsever, iiieasje uiteahesorauimals,&c.
'reparvdinpv y 15
Til.lTOX A CO.,f76 William Kt., X. Y.
Sold by all drnggi,its f
NEW ERA in
aved by the use of
j COLI WATER
"Scud r tirculikil and Price List.
AVILJal.l LOCKWOpK EVERETT Si CO.,
I ifil Mirray tkt. New Y rk.
H ..! Afettjf lor li h-t.f U Virginia, sr'h and South
J ro uia. ri!t still Kl riila.
R EE S.
Frtiit and Ornamental,
vdt A u tu ni n or isri.
Ve iiivltlthe attentionj ofPlunttia cntj l c:..
to our Ittrfiaijd (nuplct stock of
fisnoaricanci lworl J-fuit TreeK
ttrnaiuiiSal Trees, hljrhlis and Plants.
ivew ancBuare fruit and Uniainctrtal Trees,
bulbous f'lower UoobU
Iescriiite and Illustrated priced Catalogues '
senturemiiilon receiot of Ktan.,,. rn. . ,
f n.is; ioc. so. iirnarneiital Trees,
lOc. -o.i3- (Jieen-lioiivol in... v h-i.ii..
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tree. sjSo. 5 Bulhs. fjep. Address
. '. ' ..i -, ,Q , KLfcWAXtrKK A BAPRY.
Establish 1840c j Uocl-cster, X. Y '
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0JJ5 liulhs. fiee. Adiliiva i
A KX mxtm ibr tU ,
M ; .--"JMfnM iii life. I
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iTfc.'? V-SlrW. ".VeS
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THE j CURTAIL RASSED. '
How Una 4one, and wlddoes it. He AJena Hook
ip-2 ;.affeggorpeou.sIy jlWtiatcd wiu Tuts, m-bU
tSY&BtS" l0r m
Laxa BtTTs, dSi Hroadn ay,
1 Xew York.
Agents! Bead This!
WewilijAy Acenlsa lt nf n rw.ii... w. .ru .
wWjjAy sceiiUii taiv of 80 Dollar i-rWC..
xr. II w I r e.u IsnTlM.efloarir; si.d
W' U'ltrf l An til (,n - . tl.lir. l VtV.u. a.
litll. Uic .
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630. V7H WiL& PA7 SfSO.
Agents f9))r week td 4il our creat and valuable
discoveij,. If you wajnt permauriit, honorable
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;Jti IVlUaOll JJOllarS.
PUwwjtbot qntct tnenUn : nkc fortune by re-
vebnjf tie secietof theibusinehs to no one.
68S Broadway. Xew York -
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rrUE.-CI)KKSIG!jiED HER E U YgTviTs
L notieuof hiv apputmeut as assignee of
DaviJ Shore of Yadkiif cUDtr. who has been
peclareda bankrupt hi the bistrict Court o
iue u niijeu T&iates. i
HaaUvUk.fcy. C ip. 2 1871. 3UJf
Pure Appje Vinsgar.
r ta ; S , ... . un u
manufacturer wacran efl Puke and genuine.-
Address i IWM. TtAIirtPP
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My!0-tf Ilisrh roint,N?C.
Of ell kinds by
J. J. liEUSBIL
July7ftl j j
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From the Rural Carolinian.
I CLOVER! CLOVER!
A friend said to md recently. " In lirae-
s tone countries clover is eown to enrich
land ; throughout the Cotton j Sutes we
have to enricb the land before we can
groir cloveK" j
j My ?xpcrtence teaches that this is a
great mistake I am convinced tliat no
where Ion this continent can clover be
irrown it les expense and with greater
I reraitueration than on the clay lands of
I lie tooulli, at least as; tar bout h as the lati
tude of the City of Co!unibi;i,S. C. A
detail f a few experiments may not be
viiinieit'stiug to our readers. I
Ih Noveniber, 1S67, 1 sowed, eight acics
f old land iii barley and clover, manured
Vith .lwo hundred pounds of Soluble la
cific j Guano? jm r acre In JTnne, 1SC8, 1
reaped one tiuudicd and forty-five bush
i el? of bai ley and secured a beaut iiul stand
of clover on' about five acres. In May,
looy, twenty three heavy two horse lo,ads
of cjover buy were housed. The fill of
18G9 was so; dry the crop was pastured
oft' by cattle and sheep. The spring of
1S70, thougl; uncommonly dry, produced
a fair crop of clover; the fall crop was
again grazed off. Last May-; I mowed a
'beautiful crdp of hay, and in July a se
cond cuttings was housed for winter feed
ing ;of ifberpV In February, 1SG9, the
patch ws8 broadcast with a mixture of
eight. bags of Wando and six hundred
pounds plaster. '
Last January I turned over, with a two
horse Monitor plow, all of this iwentv-five
re h Id, but tbe five acres wi ll set in
clover, and ii April planted it in sorghum.
The three acres, upon which there was a
scattering stand of clover, has had, from
Its first appearance ubove ground, infin
itely f lie best sorghum in the field. Ann
why 1, Because the dead clover, the young
clover, at.d the roots of clover turned un
der hi iJauuary have manured the land,
j. Another experiment. In IS67 I sowed
4 cow:-penned patch of one and a half
acres in bailej and clover, and reported
upon : this patch in October and Novem
ber months, 18G9, of The Rcral. In
May, 1830, a very poor crop ras taken
from the patch, and in October last the
young clover was pastured off by sheep
till scarcely! a vestagn was apparentlv
f Jift. Immediately after the laud was
tV-rned over wjih a two horse Brinley,
followed by 'a two-horse' Muifee in same
fur low, and sown in a hestl. This land,
whicH) three yea 1 8 ago was a clay bank,
deemed nowj, a rich, friable, Hack soil,
vhich felt gure would pruduce a wheat
crop ; but I f eared the clover was gone.
Bo after baifrowiiig I sowed the tin face
witH orchar(l grass seed. The wheat and
grass came ftp well, but wlien I harvest
id in June tjie grass seemed choked out
by as luxnrjajk a growth f clover ns I
t-ver saw. nsVe the. seed came from I
can t tell, but theXci
crop is thore to show
for itself. I
I 1 bird cxperiiuent. I lrave Mated above
that the crop of the faliof' 1SG9 was pai
tured. During this tiruV the cattle and
sheep were housed every ight. and their
droppings sheltered until March, 1S70,
When they Were hauled out and th-owr
in furrows upon which beds weie made;
aiid the land planted in cotton. This last
spring, almost every one of those beds, for
several inches on either side of the row of
cotton Stalks was covered with a tli
growth of clover. Those nods were re
versed, and the land again planted in cod
ton.i At every woikinir of the not, lni
rijigjthe summer a young growth of clover
had Io be destroyed. i
I Fourth exjieriineiit. In April, 1S70,
sejleted a hlf acre of good gray land, so
thickly covered with nut grass that the
ground could not be seen, for a sweet pot a
tri n.iteli. to test, ibc ..r 1
io paicn, io test ine power of vines
u . m
u?vrtiuig uui grass iiy tneir SliadC.
,ri.i;I....J 1 .: i i:.. r .
m lih" " III live IKei SOtfC-CP.
t .. ... . ... I v '
niiii iwuk n .iiiit.n. ... .1. .a ti
. , luiiiiuicu iii me uriu wit li nia
ntire fiom the cow house, and bedded
upon in May the slips were set ou'
First of July the vines could not be seen !
-v -a .
for the nut grass. The patch was then I
th ,ufflllv tloudied a.. I n " I
September a most luxuiiant rlw.l, .J '
vines ami nut grass covered th
Las November the vines
t i!- r " "HI .1L illlU
l t J fit A.., ...,.1
carried off; the pototors divg ; the laud
llhpd H,!4 "-Pushed, at.d about
three pecks of barley harrowed in until
the ilajitl was perfectly smooth. Last
JuI a ,air croP of bar,,T was Imrvrsted,
anMJI,c tublle on at least half the patch
wasj in a fw days peif.-ctly hid ,v -
CHlh-U' f wliich all the
i cnnVintir Lnul Mm .... . i
I if? t tfiass so hi check
; thai there is not a healthy stalk of this
! IH H u be 8lfen- I'be first crop of clover
I lias died, and the sermol .,... ;
S...I liJ't !r..il " F,,"
f.'Hl y. U Hat eflect the Stic-
PfM(IlMff iriAUitL f 1 . tl t
. o o - ' - U IVU IIUOII
Liirc nut i' i iimii tt.. ... a
" taa.BMU-A.-a aiiiii. iillllit' II Wall
'experniieiit, however, is worth uuslii..? ta
t V s
hvr. teat, for if clover can be made
lnsiflimentalf in destroyino- nul
TI.-- ..iJj:..i... -.. .
i - ,,,.-...,..... nun ciover is se
curing a stand. 1 have sow,, it i No-
'VeS ,M a,l oi grain, and secu.ed
a fHflfeCt Statidj 1 have, at other times
WiV 7 pcuce, oeen disap-
poutieo Dy a most perfe
4!'l 5t " February at
pirfect stand. Good
should be sown on a w
i J -'"oot peneci iaiittre. l have
and never secured a
authority savs it
land lit March, and allowed to ll-Jltl tu U lilt
weeds and gjrass fiir twtlve months wiih-
, out. oeing trod npou. 3Iy Judgment is a
fall sowing on clear land, say in Septera
. l)tr October, will ensure quite as good
j a 1", and so occupy the ground by
, pnng, mat; a contest with weeds and
mass will nni li ni,c..,n .1 .
o w, t r o, jr . ; At all V rale
a s&nd of clover ,I4.M . '
!T T wvtulill'UUrcu Ilt-V.
?f ioi, ana is worth more anuually
than a crop of cotton, could the latter be
groa without work. . i
i A . . v; i: .
Reptrttd for the X. r. Ctbtmer.
avouk;but Kot worry.
Sermon ly J?er. .. M. Suddcr; jj. D ,
Brooklyn, N. Y.t Sunday Eccniny,
"Take therefore to thought fr the mor
row : for the morrow shall take thought fur
the things of itseif. Sutticieut unto the day
is the evil thereof." ,ll att. G: 34.. '
Thought, as used here, ineaus auxicty.
When we separate Horn father aud mother
and set up for oui stives, we entertain this
question, how ebair we make a living ?
And included in Unit arc three important
questions: Wha: tiiall we tat I What
shall we drink ? and what shall we wear 7
Two of these are absolute wants. jWe
cannot live withoutWat and drink, and
for them we must, vjoik. The ravens will
not feed us, the sk will not drop down
manna; quails do not fall around ! our
camp nor do our meal-barrels ''-become
fountains of flour. The law is, that juau
must work it he eat and drink. f
The Sythiaus, who lived among the
snows, go without raiment ; w'.icn a cer
tain monarch asked one of them if he
was not cold, he replied, "Is not your face
cold ?" There are some South Ameri
can tribes who live without clothing; so
that is not an absolute warn. But this dis
use of clothing can ouly be with spotless
purity such as Adam and Eve hi tore the
lall, and the remote extreme of the lowest
barbarism. The question becomes impera
tive in civilized countries; our clothes do
not sprout out bt our bodies, like the robe
of the Polar bear or the variegated feathers
of the peacock.
As we advance in life, these questions
grow every day. Man multiplies himself.
At (iist he has only himselt to provide
for, then himself and wife; then himself,
wife and childreu; the more figures in the
sum the larger- the product; and as the
man grows old, peihaps weaker, he has
more mouths to feed and more bodies to
clothe. Accident may cripple him, and
what then will become of the bairns and
thegude witol Death cuts us all down,
and who then will take care of our fami
lies? Out of this iast fear has sprung
one of the greatest business interests of
the country. Life insurance Societies,
that build palaces to do their business in.
The net-work of life is anxiety. Meat,
drink, clothes, cover a wide territory, and
outside of this is evil. We have ;roubles
in our body, pains, aches, weakness and
weariness: troubles in cur soul, of i,.ia.
sion and conscience ; in the family, a de
luge of trouble from grown up sous and
daughters who disappoint our hopes ;
mortifications, humiliations; uumbeiless
things couie under this name, evil. It is
said that death makes equal the prince
and the beggar. Trouble also equalizes
them. There is a common wealth of suf
feiing. The poor man toils, eats, sleeps
and forgets his trouble; while the rich
man lolis on his bed through sleepless
nights, and perhaps commits suicide. 1 he
question is, how are we to meet these
The stoical cynic ppys : 'Troubles must
cme, I've got a littie grit, I'll clench
my teeth and bear it. If wife or children
should die, I'll not cry, I'll steal my heart
against it. 4What can't be cured must be
endured. " This is better than noiliii.r.
a given courage in it; u rude bar-
baric courage in it
in.ui, but it will not
him. When iho
wants to rer-
oi in an operation, lie throws a certain
flMul on the part affected, that produces
iutiHise cold, then the kuife can be applied
without pain. But ought man to become
a intinihA' and bury himself away in a
Sarcophagus of insensibility ? It is said
that some minor evils bring greater bene-
uts in their train ! In a certain part of
iiueria tne people are very poor and the
iiiti.-quiloes very thick; they build a
smothered fire around their houses, to
keep them away with the smoke. Cattle
will pu their heads into this smoke to
rlI. I III 141 1 HO mil jnnilA..j . . I .... . -
.,..... , mrt come in
Tn,"u. "arm and drive the deer before
i'1'"',' , 'CC , .'r1, k,
lhw Uld a,1 """.ey pay their
laXt'8- bo .t,KJ' "Uy
ixes. 00 they say, "they bite aud bless
, eiuuKe a utg smoke and get on as
we can.'! Thus a small evil inoduc.es a
: greater good. Unmixed prospeiitv is not
. good Ux any one. Herodotus lmvi .n in.
ctdeiit to this point: Polycrates, ruler of
oamos, seemed to have no trouble.
Ainasts, the king of Egypt, said to him,
Vou don't have any trouble; you had
better make a trouble for yourself." po
lycrates looked over his treasures and
found a costly seal, that he valued verv-
l.:..l.l.. mm.: .i.j' 1 . . ' J
niiiv. xuis oe aroppea into thesea. In
a tew da3-s a fisherman brought a fish to
tns house and in it was the royal seal.
.N litrii Amasis heard of this he said.
"lot: II come to some terrible trouble
'therefore 1 must renounce your friend
ship. Trial and trouble quicken man's now-
1 'i 1 . . .
i-.a. viiaugi-, pern, vicissitude, make up
men aim leacu iiieni 10 act with fortitude
We want an antidote for mental resih ss
wtaa tl iwt lluuc. ta..1. - L' I'A- ltl
u..u mivcs 1 1 1. us 01 me. 11 hi) you
cannot sleep, you take unrphine perhaps-
and there is a new narcotic; chloral, which
11 Avas said, a man can take every night
w n now narin, "jut many have died from
11: you had better stear clear of it. Christ of
icrs you an autubite. "Take no thoti -ht
lor the morrow." Again we arc told "lb.
fervent in spirit, serving the Lord ;" that
means boil over in your work ; and again,
11 juit uo not work, you must not eat ;
God docs not want lazy monks and lazy
nuns, nu means to say to us, think and
work, but do not worry. "Your hearen
iy rather knowetli what things yc have
need cf before ye ask him." Christ
brings five rare and beautiful arguments
in me otu verse ; lite is compared with
meat ana tne body with raimeut. Let us
compare life with all tho food we can
inniK or. ibrow into oue pile all the
meats you know of, then upon that all
the vegetables, and over that all kinds
fruits, and spriukle the whole with ir
kinds of berries; with that Leap piled up
as high as yon like, compare one solitary!
i:r.. pi i-.i !
uumaii mt. 4 C CIOIUCB, DOOI8, SllOr
stockings, pantaloons, vests, toats, hats,'
and all a lady's wardrobe, silk drcssei,!
shawls, bonnets, cuffs, laces, every thing'
you can think of. 1 don't waut to goj
through the whole list, and what is all this;
pile to a human -body I Christ said,!
"I've given you a life, I've given you a
bdy: if I've given you the greater goo
will 1 not add to it the lesser." Then hel
gives us an argument, from the J-saer la
greater. The sparrow don't gather iii-j
to barns, yet your heavenly father fcedclli
l hem." They can t. sow tho eggs that
will bring forth the worms which they?
have to ear. Jtirds work very hard tu
build a little nest. This summer in the
conntrj 1 noticed the swallows in liicj
chimney ; I was amazed to notice how
often the old bird came to briii tliein!
food. Thy work very hard, fly for railea
to get a littlle wcrm to carry to their!
young aud when the time comes theyj
fly far off to some sequestered place wherti
man never comes, and without fear tTioV
can build their nests and rear their youngi
The law of seed time and. harvest is no
law for them, aud Christ says, "Arc ye not
much better than they ?" The average
certainties of agriculture make us better,
off than the birds, yet in all t hi tigs they,
sing aud praise God by being happy and
cheeiful.' Can we not learn a lesson of
cheei fulness from them I As they fly in
undulating course at every climax of
these waves of flight, poised in the air
they chirp aud sing. Consider the lily.
Never did Solomon in all his glory have
so fine a garment as the lily. They toil
not neither do they spin. They do not
fret or worry. But the lily works and ncv-;
er intermits i s work until it dies; it sends
its little roots out and gathers nourish
ment and life from all about it. So if we
lilt our hearts to God, as the lily lifts its
lace to heaven, we grow in strength and
beauty. You cau'i change the course of'
Providence or lengthen the measure of life;
by a fraction of time Woiryiog will not
lengthen, it will shorten lite- A man is',
shorter at night than in the raorninc In.
the morning his body is relaxed, but by
nigui ne sell les down ou bis back boue
and is uot so tall. Worrying will never
improve you. If God holds the heavens,
he can hold you. "Sufficient unto the
tly is the evil thereof." No man has
succci-s in any conflict hv
vour work for to-'
day, una when it is completed, sav l:
will be content and leave it to God. Fi-'hti
to-day's battle, aud let to-morrow's come,
to-morrow, God has made the night as a-
natural bulwark between to day's troublu
and work and to-morrow's trials. These
ire Christ's arguments. A realization of,
God's care makes a man able to conquer
his daily troubles. Worrying never tat-l
tens anybody. tt hy should a man wash'
us lace in corrosive acids when there i
plenty of water that will refresh it.
J hese arguments of Christ insnirr!
calmness. It a man will practise thorn .
ry day, he will have resolution and puti-j
encc. lie will be successful for these)
arc the elements of success. Snch a man
ia more likely to succeed thau one who
only works by spasms. , ;
If a man is managing complicated ma
chinery aud dois not have it oiled, what
wear and tear and rust there is every dav
Christ's unximsare like oil, they ludicu
the machinery ot life and make it w.irli
easily. Christianity helps men. U In n
a boy is hurt, is it not h help to run and
tell his mother anil get her sympathy and
engtli. uod is our father, and belief
an any mother, he can give us sympa
thy in trouble. Trust in Him. He mi
ters into the innermost care of every man's
I lie. lielievt- this and we have an antidote
to man's restlessness
A poor woman was arraigned for niicl-
craft before L rd Cief. Justice Hill. The
wiincss deposed that she used a "sncll.''
The "spell" produced in evidence wa!s
a line from one of the classic poets, writ
ten on parchment. Ihe justice dem thd
ed to see H. and it was h.indi d tn l.l.n
. .. - . . "
Uow came you by this ?" ho asked tire
prisoner. "A young gentleman, my lord.
jjaveu to me to cure my laughter's ague
"Did it cure her?" "() yes, my lotd, and
many others." "I am glad of it." sa'sd
the justice. "Gentlemen of the jury, wheii
1 was young and thoughtless. I went
to this woman's house with some compan
ion, uuu naa no money to pay the n-ckoa
lug, and pretended that by a 'spell' -I
...... 1.1 I . .1 I . , A. ; '
iuiiiu cine ner oaiignter s ague. She ac
cepted the proposition nnd let us off scot
tree. f any one is punishable,' it is tlie
LKird Chiel-J list ice, and not thij poor
woman. n course, she was acquitted
but the credulous uiiilliiude afiirim (hat
the judge and the j iry were all bribed, j
"Tell that man lo
a Judge, the
to au officer. The offender. wbi iiin.,.l
out to be a lady wearing tha fashion
j -- ---- ....
able milor hat, indignantly 1 xclaimedl,
am no man, sir !" Then," 8aid his hon
or, "i am no judge."
teacher: ''.M try, dear, suppose I wok-
10 snoot at a tree with 11 vh Ionia rtn it
and kill three, how many would be left t''
..i,uj iour years old: three "Teacher
ao, two would be left." Mary: "No, there
milium r, though; the three shot would
be left and the other two would be flied
a vay : i
"When a distinguished American dies',"
said a shrewd sarcastic observer, not ion
ago, "his admiring friends and couiitrr
men immediately resolve to build him a
magnincent monuments, and then they
don't build it." : ;
A shrewd confectioner in Bangor! has
taught his parrot to say " pretty creatUri"
to every woraau that cornea in I.;. !,
4ana bis uustness rapidly increase.
If bread aod milk were used more ex
tensively animal food would be found
lesi necessary and a sving in that part
of the honsrhold expense would eons e
quemly be niade. When the bone, fat,
and water i deducted from the butcher's
meat, as usually purchased for family
use, theresidaum is obtained at high cost.
In bread, cviry hundred pounds weight
is found to cSiitaiit righty poundt of nu
tritious mailer ; butcher's meat, averaging
the vari.HiA forts, contains 31 pounds
Turnips which are the roost aqueous of
all vegetables used for domestic purposes,
furnish onlyj eight pound of 'nutritious
substance io 100 pauuJs; carrots 14
pounds, and What is remarkable as being
in onpositiortjto the hitherto acknowledg
ed theory, 1(Q pounds or po:atoe yi.d
only 25 pounls of substance which is nu
tritious. According to this estimate,. 1
pound of gofid bread is equal to 3 pounds
of potatoes, 73 pound of bread and 30
pounds of butcher's meat arc equal to 300
pounds of potatoes, showing ihat, for the
sake of economy, this vegetable cannot
be obtained at low cost. Eggs though
nutritions in some respects cannot sop
port life without the addition of some oth
er food containing phosphates. Liebi;
says, with meat we aie able to sustain
the life of a camivnrnuj animal, but not
so with eggs.a dog eats the egg, but does
not digest h and in the prese.ice of a
dishful of boijed albumen, or boiled yolk
f gS8 or fj both together, he will die
of starvation j On the other hand, rice,
which contain the phosphate, Is mauling
in albumen, and must be eaten in con
junction with 'meat or milk lo supply this
deficiency. If the matter of dirt were
more thoroughly looked into, increased
health would frequently be obtained at a
saving of exprnse.
Journal of Applied Chemistr.
A WpMAN VOTER.
On Saturday- last Mis Canie L. Born
ham, accompanied by Daman Y. Kilgore,
Esq., her law jn-eceptor and legal adviser,
also by the vouchers demanded by law,
went I fore the Board of Assessors ard
demanded to pe registered and assessed
as a voter, claiming to be a citixen of the
United States, and therefore cntitl.il to
the privileges land immunities of citizen
ship. The cafivassers at fiist objecte-d on
account of hfr sex. Mr. Kilgore then
read to tjiera tjie law, ctpl.iiuiug that cit
izenship was ibit coiilioetl to sex, and :bat
women, from )he very f uudatimi of our
Government, bad been recoguizi-il as citi
zens, and thatt now, under the Consti u-
Hon of the Uiritcd States, withils nmend
toents, lliey w re justly tntilled to all ihe
irivilegrji ol citizenship equally iih man.
ur namp wa then registered, she hav
.ng inane ine .required alh Uvit, and she
j - . . ' . .' i
ri-eeiveo uer certiticate ot assessui'-nt
w inch slm (ooJt io the ofiicf ol h.
ceiver ofTaxcs, tendering therewith her
but htile discussion
.Mr. Beat iy recji ived her tax and gave her
a tax refi pi i0 ,i ,lWll h.md writing.
One uoui.iii ready for voting.
i rhihttlvlphia Xetcs.
The lltrhcift Gobi Mine in the V..rl.1
and its OxnefSt We din the
from the correiiuiidcne of the
Times : . f
' The Euri-ka is the representative
edge ol t aiiloruia, nnd the beet cold mine
ot modern Unit!. Alihouirh the Kun U
ias proved i:sdf the richest irohl mine in
the world. itlVas not amil
" w i
1SG3, tint it wjis profimbly woiked. The
vein runs in ia southeasterly and north
easterly direct km, pitching west of south
at an angle of f79 degrees, the upper wall
being syenite jsnd ihe I iwi r wall green,
stone. The rhi:k is of sulnluin-t oib-r di
vided inio ihrti grades, paying at the rale
of S400, S30a,:and S214 res,K-ctively jkt
ton lor iu sutphnreis, which are worked
to within fivej tier cent, of fire assay. The
quirtz averigss SIS per ton. The sross
jieiuoi tue Qtiiie in IbOO amoiniltd to
$C9G.0;S, and -dividends during the same
period being .at the rate of $.10.UO0, a
month, or $300,000 fur the year. In 1807
$50,000 wonhjof new inachiuerj- has been
added, and diiplends reiuaiu the j.me.
lherc are 1 ,pp0 feet in the claims, and
it is owned bj"-lcveu San Francisco n-
llcinen, five tenth-men of this city, and
three ew lorkers - Messrs. J. B Dick
inson, Tiiomss" lloiio and Benjamin Silli-
man. jir. SW, the superintendent, took
hv uiK'ugu tlie iiiiiio ana mill, i here arc
two shafts, respectively 400 and 500 feet.
inerc are 70 tuen at work in the min.-,
who extract sjliout seventy tons of quartz
per day. 1 licr(c arc two sixteen inch cyl
inder eiiginesrronc for hoisiinjr rock, and
the other for pumping water from the
mine, i he rack is put through one of
litake s crutflaers, then grn-a to the mill,
the machine ryiof w hich consists of thirl v
stamps, and illnntcr's and ihe porcupine
atnalgalion, aud washing furiiacccs fi-
the reduction of th; sulphurets. The
gold is also e lyed aud made into bars
at the mill."!
Mrs. Shodtiy" Lor I am so dull !
XVI. .. -i t r
tnai. are you uoing or, Jlary dcari
ti: i : lit v .i i i, .
iry i i.oiniiig at, an. i in en
nuied to deatji I" Mrs. Shoddf "Well,
ring the bell for John. We'll have the
cook up aud soold her just to kill time."
Jones had discovered tho respective
nature of a distinction aud a difference.
nays that "sj Utile difference" frequently
makes manyjedemies, while "a littlo dis
tinction" attracts hosts of friends to the
one ou who ni it is conferred.
Ltdy's Maid.' (come after a p!ace) " I
beg pardon, lin, but was you the lady
I was to attend f" Ldy Mary "Yes."
Didy's Alaid-f'O, then, I think I
- oesi ay goou moniipg. i here isn't the
style I bjvc becu accustomed to."
u STICK TO THE FENCE.
For Cfteea years daily, at Stamford,
Conn a roan has sat on fence sr. 4
watched every railroad train as it passcA.
He Is probably trying ta make up Lis
mind if it would be safe to ride in the
ears. Old fellow, you stick V that fence 1
If the top rail is sharp, turn it over or put
a eusLion on it. Fit up a smoking apart
ment on the next panel il you like, aod
rig a luxurious couch on the neit one la
thst. Bring cat your baggage, take a
check for it, and bang it on a post. . Bay
a ticket and punch it yourself. Ask your
self the distance to the next station, and
get intuited. Secure, as your means twill
permit, all tbe luxuries of railroad travel,
but don't get off that fence to enjoy them.
So shall you die a natural death, and tbe
good wife shall not expend the farm fight
ing the life Insurance companies over
your cold corpse. You're in the right o'
this thing, old rooster ! ' -
A PERPETUAL CANDLE.
The perpetual candle is the name of a
useful contrivance which bas lately been
introduced into this country from Bcscia.
It consists of a small tube, within which
is placed a close fitting wick, soaked with
kerosene. This tube is screwed into a
candlestick, and fits inside another tube
made of white china, and resembling
closely a caudle in external appearance,
ihe whole having the look of au ordinary
candle and candlestick. By beating the
top of tho brass tube the kerosene soaked
wick generates a gas and gives a fine
bUzc through a uu tuber of small sppcr-lurt-s
in the end of the tube. By this
simple and ingcoius arraugement, il is
said, a good light is furnished at a cost
ofouc cent for five boars. Betides tbe
point of economy, it is thought tbat the
ue of kneuc in this tuauncr will be
cutinly free from danger of explosion.
PRAYER OK A iJlisTRACTED PEOPLE.
Mr. Uroaeberk, in hi great speech at Sleu
bentiHe, uttered ihe folly inr invocation for
national bleing which mj well serre aa a
form of prayer f ur th eoplt of tha Uniud
I plead for the preservation of tLu Union
aa u limited government. 1 plead tor the Jsate
as our home government. 1 plead lor tbe ac-cu4om-d
freedom of our elections, and that ther
MAr if A be sailed by military auprrriwon. I
plead for the sanctity and inviolability cf that
great writ which alone secures our dxilv ixn-on-
111 a .
ai iiuerty. i ne war i ended, and we bare en
tered the tenth year of peace. 1 plead fur the
spirit of eace and eunbJence and rood w,ll in
all our public conduct. The hand outstretched
in friendly salutation U a 1-eUer leacxmaker
ilia u tbe hul liand upliUvd to strike."
A rorlrr to bt HicrutrtL Some months a
(Jrecn Turner, a nepro preacUr, stole a mole
lies count r, Tenn, whilee rvult to conft r-
ence, aod was arrested in the ilpil in Morfreeh-
isjro. A short tunc since he via h ntMirKl tn
l hunr within a mile of the l'ulaLi lmirt
House, on the 17th of November neit.
During his trial he frequent I v comiiared his
own ce lo Uiat of wir Sarioor when be nJe
into Jentxaieui hi a mule that he bad lotind
lied lo a tree, and argued in extenuation of I.U
own crime that be Mtoply followed the example
oi uia iaier.
HiwuaJe. On TitesdaT afternoon lt. alxut
ten miles above this place, John (Jardner anw
cial deNitv of the MierirJ of this count v siiui
and kille1 John Hemphill, while atletu'ptini:
oer surrendered hiu-elf to the Mi.r'iff ul i.
to enet-t Ins rn-t ou Im-iuH, w . r.. n i i
I now ,n Jn. i oiLrale t.nqmurr.
IhMreurd fry Fire. On Wedruxdav nirl.t ,J
last week, the re-ideuct- of Dr. J. W.'Wi-niar
in Farminion, Davie county, was emirelr dc-
stroyvd uv nre van niot ol us contents. Tl.
fire caught fn.m xLe cooling tove in tl.c kitch
en. Sola iVrs.
.1 Xfjro atlt mutt I evmtul a Eoik on a III,?. "
H CuH 1 rice, a. nevru. raa brought iu
lown Ust night and committed lo jail, charged
wun a uoio ana ue-jx-rate cDrt to ra a white
woman ulnj-e name we withhold niakine iKib-
Uic JUUrv' JUconJ,
We learn, says the Gold-boro' Murirr eJ
the !d iu-lant. that on Sunday evening last the
luni aud its cm. tent of Mr. John M. Cxn.near '
Sjibts llridge, tireere eountr, were toUllr
desiroyvd by tore, the work of an incendiarv.
Mr. Lax auJ Umily were aUexit Xrom bouc U
i t: .i t . .
own arresteu, ciiargtM witb tinnz He barn, lie
was fciven a preliminary examination Ufore
Justice McKeel, who deemed the evidence ..if-
tK-u-nl to warrant tbe eunirailraent oi the pri.
oner. Haiti gk ScmJuui.
4 Where do you hail fiomp nuerv-rl
Yankee of a traveller. Where da vow
ram from !' 4 Don't rain at all.' aaij'iho
astonished Joualhau. 4 Neizber do 1 hiil
..- i i . ,
io miiiu ;our own uutiucas.
A little schoolboy presented his tearh-
cr the following note from home as au er-
cusc lor tardiness : Baby cross, BUcui;
to Bake, and no b ikiti- powder the do
upset the kauphy M.t, the cat Ikkid the
milk got ufi laic. Excuse.
A play is acted in Chicago theatre iu
which a man is huug fr fun. The other .
night the gearing got out of order, and
they came near h inging him for gxKl.
When they cut him down, he said he
guessed they H5d better get some one else
to take his place, as his neck was not
talented enough to play that part.'
Of the many remedies proposed lo pre
vent boiler explosion, the L-,uiviIh; Cou
rier Journal suggests that the only absc
lutely sure way io keep them trom ex
ploding, is io fill them with ice water and
set them iu a cool place.
An unreasonable and somewhat misan
thropic acquaintance aaya ihtt he has of
ten beard the proverb, A friend in need
is a friend indetjd," but he says he can't
ee where the laugh comes in. He has a
friend in need who is always bormwiuj
money from him.
Fayetieville'U to have street UniK Unlc,
after getting the laain-. iln-r are at!a to hr
u,eni t, they wilt be of no more use than our
lr tue way it would be a jood idea to II oar
I XemLerm 77m.
Iiy the way it would be a jood idea to -II oar.