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j PVBUiSUKD WEEKLY ;
J; J; BUUNfiR,
rroprietor.pnd Editor. :y
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0t t SAR, pajt1in Advauce. ..$2.00
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SALISBURY N. p., FEBRUARY 27 ' 1873.
. NO. 24. "WHOLE KO. 864H
From tM Charlotte Obser?er.
jj 8UKSET.1 . i
I from Olen Alpine' ZXeights, Burte
'CO., y-. " .
J -lX '"MARIA, dt yon kno tiki lanre house o
A. MURPHY, neil doorlo Bineham & '
CoiS jmllm aU kind 1 of oods at pnnr
Now kfter liwwe' clenrjlne;
Upon Glen Alpine' airy heights
I Four chariiied couples' stuod :
: Aud as the King of day went down.
e all bis beauty viewed.
j'on hM best see
wjiavyxw neetl'in Uieir liheknd rtPi-.r4
uuy at any pther rtore. dvie all your friends
to go and see : f i. ?i ;!;; -U;-J-.t-n" u-i-.h-.
IKE V STOCK OF
performed upon Aldo-Ben Fesi.; lie hail
seen 1 he tortare; which his wretched prede-
cn?ar had lo undergo, and strn
A .MAN L '"Bloodtt Aitray WeVcoriT utho'foi-
M ANGLED BY I lowing from RiddieksvUle
For over FORTY YEA R3 this
, . LITER iaEDIClJi l a- proved to b the .
CHEAT LNFAltlNG SPECIFIC
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for Liter Complaint and its painful offspring,
DTSHEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice,
Ilillioos attacks SIClC HEADACHE. Colic,
wl)epreaIion n(S?Jrit(,SOCI STOMACK, Ueart
"4urtf, CHILIS AND FEVEK, fc0., &c.
, I After yer4f cArpfuticipcriincntrf, to mpota
inreat and urgentdomand, wo now produccfrom
our 6rigiual OtHuinc I'otutera 1
a Liquid Kfm i mmua'S ia r-ii utui-
We lake pleasure in annouhcinor to the eiii-
( zens of Kowail and' the adjoining counties that
we are,oow receiving ajHiiopenHM; tna?
snlk ; women would not reffret fror would
both torn to the bast whh t!ie'miat'n!ltn'
wjen to undo ue present.. Llirir bordths ,
would bejighter by the eliaririg pf thcn
their diseoiitents be oltened b ymp4
tbetic unfolding. : Their waa might he
dark and devtons f biit' the couscinnnr4a
that ther j should , walk f WhcreVr thW
wen i, cioseijana lenaeny logpiner. wonjd
hed euch light ; upon their; pathway tlmt
the daikness would b dispelled tind the
devioustiess iriade straight. It1 is ncvpr
too late to 'resume coropHnionBijip would
that they who 'need it most might remem
ber thiu I and yet they who havg snirend-.
ered it rarely-look forlit asJln. When
they step apart, the shighteet channel iif
thetr eeparattonybroidens and deepenj
until what waa a crevice becomes a yawn
ing cuaem, which tew have strength ior
I 'Upon the far off sleeoinsr rale
I II ep reeds his thining lied.i
t And,inaks you high, uplifted peak
;j A'Piiiow ior nis neaa. . . . i
. He hangs ujon the: lofty peaks , - f ,
n , Jlis dazzling robes nf day. j
r And forth bis form jinj beauty comes
Without a single ray.-
Upon ' hi, couch he sits and views
r T&e golden tinted west., - .
Jhen draws his fringed curtains round
In peace li-s down to r s. 'l
The 'zephyrs from tpe flowery plains
,rT" Sweet 'scented hast'ning come,
.; jAs merry children 4uMt play
. , - At eve come raaniiig home, j
All Kature hushed. ! and from the bills courage to leap. If they would but stretch
their veamin arms across: wounded
jifr$i I tcrrille: accident occulta yesterday Wigtown, CvUorfrW to
ledfeeUy hrening, about 6 bK&, to the track of lffJ f 9Ul UrUed IfPa ,
drawal. If tlip companionship coold bnt J innately, for the tu&wihe died instantlyTl TERRIBLE r ACCIDENT
P.meTTedi " 0,1,, ouW proTfj a The same atroncions operation was then RUN OVER AND MANG
misunderstandings would diminish rather.
than increase, because the action of coni.!
. . i -' -T . J
S nSanq :.oJ0.V rmn the pWl .band, of the exertion- :wJ oVJn.' 1:::; l..jBrualodtf by a.dMPWati fighl, end,;
euiiace- io one luouicr. meu would ml rr se zed him. i.TU.Tilm i;r i , . r , . ; . " t- ; f1, im;.t- A:.u l Z- r.u-
isn y inq name oi jnnu jjiwe- r v -r-- . ? - "'
. 1 ...j 1 : - I eombAtUnts. t It aDocars that 2fr. Georm 4
urnng seems moans, .ana presenting an tj i, .u" f i,. ;. v . I nompson made a most violet wsault
appearance than" which n
irnihagined more horribl
pj it it emed utterly
oiliine coald be i t ' .it i.u u i ' . non a younar man bv the name of jhar! 1
e. The third V!- ;ri4i wiin a t tU.v i..-,..t Adklni In tie eathursalooo f tWlai-'
inaiff.renltohi.rateJ:7:::fJ: Th assailant wal wwitsdlr -vM '4
sajig . fioid of true I j - ,wu., u. j J to co a war. bit as often reiosexL, He-then X
,.--: :y-,lr it was foind that one leg had been cot I t aihibi io come into ins t,irrXf an&fj
lMmnt.tiffk.tAti,. I n the youncr man 'did .eo. be lit I
pon'him1 most fuiionjlr. tnckinehtm
several times and inflicted tcmble.
tfpon his face and tecroles b ni
uig uv ueaoiy- "urass anuca'cs. a wo
And there in' silent awe we stood
- - 'j n ' ' -' Ana: mere yn suent awe we
L A R G E S T : . ' ; "" w'1-
Stock I Of GO(t)DS we have iver had to ex
hibit to our numerous friend and custom ere.
We have taken much time, arfd unusual nains
! lo look up bargains for Oiir prttrons and do say
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fiti' I'cimjim iy ouy Will UQQ 11 IQ
ill . l.I.!! .11 . ... 1 ...r..l 1 ..-1 j f -
ji uua, Bunwiuius airiwi r.iiuBiiui.uut vai- teir advantage to call aitd
uuuiurui;riirn, null tiiici it in
ONI3 DOLX.AB. DOTTLES.
The powtlerfl,(pripe as before,) 1 .00 pr. package
eut by mail . . . . . -.! .M
X3T CAU TION 1 -t
h ' ' I
J' lny noPowdeMor PUEPAliED SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR 'uuUmh in our engraved
wrapperwlth Trade mark, Stamp and bigna
turo nnbroken. t None other is genuine.
LJ III ZEILiN & CO.,
j . - iiaeon,"jGa. and Philadelphiai
- FOR SALtJ lit THEO. P. KLUTTZ.
Feb. 20 tt.
'i -S3 C5
1 EXAMINE SOUR 'STOCK.
? u r
and prices before purchasing anything else
where! 1 . .
We have a large stock of all kinds of
Bootd, S7ioest and Gaiiets for Ladies y
Gent8y.Misses and Children, all good
stock (and no Shoddy tcorkj
CLOTHING! CROCKillY, HATS
Caps, Aohom, Gloves, Hpsicry, Fancy ormon and intcreBt, We compile the
And as I stood and watched, en traced.
; His last departed ray.
A whispering spirit: spake to me :
"Hear, youth, what I shall say.".
j'Hs thus the good on earth expire
Serene they sink; to rest.
And dying know that they wilt be,
Through eudless ages blest !
'And when thy evening beauties fade
From off the western sky, j
Be thou resigned fur fading earth,
Heaven, not a single sigh.) j
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'Lire well, that when. thy sun may set,
Bright han Is may point the way.
Where rising suns in glory shlue
On one eternal day." .
i ! '
CLASSIFIED POPULATION OF
We are under obligations to Hon. A.
M. Waddell, for a copy of the Niuth
Census ot the United States, beiug the
Reports io detail from the Superintendent
of Census, making a volume of great in'
faith, broken affection. 'bruised tenderness
could pass over the natural bridge and be
made whole once; more by receiving back
what had been their own and must soon
again be mutually possessed." Women
as Companions," by Juniue Henri Broicnc,
n February Galezy.
TOftTUREj IN TflE EAST.
TritTw- a .r4 and both hands nearly so Th .nuf-r- JP00 hl1
SSSS?x-B0DT""A?:- tnnate was sent o the City Hospital,
ER USING. ' lU- Where he waa promptly attended to by r..
of.ibernal CowMcn, New York t Uary to : lip the A'xn to remove tho re. ?"J PwenV accelet n partlngn
. ' . f. l L.;R!.i..4uikt a. t. them, i wbwupon younff Adkibs- awhl
rcopie who uervonsly w counting r-V T 7" V walked in loh?s saloon. and aaln and .aW
lllg drummers, and navillir fnr othpr wll 1 lowinir itCn ainrvinf nnv4rtv in ltrwttr. I ...... f J.' JT.
. .. t. - - rvj --o - , , , rI -i w.u iiiui . iui lutir in iiitfc Ulk WliU t
Miown appliances oi , trade, have ettectea lyn: i ,. : . : ... . . no human eyes to, -witness the? soewC
targe sates, but swallowed up toot large al sramstresa was arrested the other Thompson reeeired hw lmost!instabebu
day, lu Brooklycii for pawning clothing death from horrible wounds Inflicted by -
which she j had tskeu home to eewf and tome deadly inatrament. The woundoii I
upon her examination the following evi- roan succeeded in reaching his room aboui f j
dence was ielicited : :She asserted that she &Uy yards distant where falling npon bia ii
was employed by aJIlss Phillips, of this bed, he iostanlyjdied. His clothes were. r
city, who ( paid her J7 cents for making 1 deluged with blood, presenting; a horrible :
four pair of trnwsers SO cents for making I and ghastlysight. The wound; producing y
twelve paii of drawers, and 25 cents lor ! ueain about tne neck, se rving the jagular
Leather, Calf Skins,
Liking-Skins, Dntggs, Spices,
1 Soaps, and la ilargc
Stock of iFinc.
UPWARDS OF F
G roceiies of High
Salt, Syrups, Bagging and Cotton Tics,
FT? FIRST PRE
MIUMS aiul GoU and Silver Medals
were warded !t'o;(.t HALES M. Stiefj
for tliti Lest 1'iaiKi in CDiniictiliou
wih all the leading niriiiufactur- ' -j
. ers of the j country.
Office and KTexsr Wareroomsj
No. Nrth LrfeWy St., BALTIMORE, Md.
, Tli9 8tielF(i pianos (Mntaiu all thelatesHm
provnent to he found-inl a first-class Piano,
with Additional - iniprojveriicnts of his own in
veutioil, not to Imi 1'nurtd in ithcr invtrumentft.
The ;toncf r touch j" and finish of their-instru-jnicnta
cannot be exccUud. by any mauufae.tur
ed. r---y.'Vy. .;-;.;;! ; . , . ,
A largo assortment' !of second-hand ' Pianos
slwayn on hand.froid 75 to ?.M0.
Parlor audhurch Organ, wiuie twenty dif
fercnt'styleai'on haiid'troin $T0tfud upwards.
Send' for nUuHtjated Catalogue, containing
lye hundred Southerners
(five hundi-fcd of'whielr" are Virginian two
hundred Kirth 'Caroliutiiii one hundred and
'fifty East Tennes-maiiiJ. and. othera throughout
the South). ho have buught the StiefT Piano
and infajct nearly evcryth
following interesting figures m regard to
, North Carolina in 1790, had a total
nnninaiinii ni .h.i niii. r:iiiK.iiiar hh iiiiz i .
r. t J, . s . ' . . . . he iii uowcr uian lie vtntfci ins
thud Otate m the union, Virginia Deuig . mn Vi. ,
! I liv cavvvr
andj low prices.
, CUvtr Seed
ng wanted and all at
BfrfJu All orders shall
AN DRW MURPI
or tiie natronaire ro
Mnte we oiened in
Renrhing our thanks
liherall letowel on us
March last, we trust bv st
new, and politeness to our customers to merit a
continuaiife ol tlic same
first arid Pennsylvania second,
In 1800, Nonhj Carolina had a total
population of 47S,P03, being the fourth;
State, exchanging places with New York. 1
In lSlO'hor population was 555,500,
holding her ranks as the fourth State.
In 1820 her population amounted to
638,829, still holding -her rank. j
In 1830 Isiorth Carolina changed places
with Ohio, ranking fifth with a population
How Defaulters are Treated in 2 unis
Barbarities of the Bey.
Theodoms of Aybssinia has been con
sidered the most cruel and blood-thirsty
ruler of modern times, but he has a rival
sovereign who lives near the confines of
civilization, and whose atrocious conduct
should arouse the indignation of hu
man i cojde throughout the world. That
sovrrign is the present Bey of Tunis,
whose wholo career since he became ruler
of his country has been marked by arbi
trary oppression and cruelties. A few of
the aged shieks of his country, who had
known his character before he succeeded
his father a mild aud amiable prince
nrged his mother to let her younger son
ascend the throne at Tuni.. The heir
appareut heard of this, and with the help
of a few -of his boon coraparions he seized
j the rtins of government. No sooner was
onlv were nine of
hnniA... j - t ' - ur uiOQCUi -luai. was luiureu. m it-man. i
cummers to take E br ,Z3 wLo W. believe is 4 ' stranger in the city ' requestear lbompsQn , to lei
'"Mr" jtl? can Wt.-Mobilelteaistc?. ' f on went auto the. treet, curs.
r ... (,uCfU11U miium , j , l'g, na again, by great abusct
he bargains they have t offer, will Ml-iP:n ';1T.aTrinYftmvrnTV l irritating Adk:n.a.ockc
mc aeasons very unpropitions. JVlany of l "t - - I more lo co lorth.' They, cliri
those .who have spent large sums in bir t The Naw York Times relates the fol- hot ihl tim tn.v.rnm WA
share of the receipts in such enormous at
leuaant expenses. I he best remunera
tion has been foMnd by those who hare
returned to the more legitimate, old fash
mued methods of pushing their business.
We say it, not (imply becauso we are in
terested in this Hue of expenditure, but as
our best advice to all who wish to be en
terprising, or io secure a large , custom,
there is nothing now so effectivfeto this
end as judicious advertising. We do not
making six shirts. Because she did not I vein, slanting down, aud thought to reach, j
ie trowsers as soon as she had j the heart. A poet mortem was held upon, v
to,) Miss Phillips refused to pay the body. The community was greatly, .
rich harvest by continuous-advertising on
a large scale.
y oi ail was
believe that any who has valuable ervicc hlt.r ail(ieiie ihereuhon pawned them to horrified, but the svmpatb
... ..vr...t Vivxj wuuer, tun iu i a tepp ucr im,y trom starring. Here is more lor tue living than the
a case which ought to interest those wo-1 ' ecarcely any blame in the afUir attach
men who arc continually crying out against ed to young Adkins, who Is krown to be
toe tyranny oi men. it was not a man
who exacted from this poor seamtress such
a preposterous price. It was a womau
who refused to pay her the wretched pit
tance which she asked, on the pretence
that she had uot finished her work suffi
THE BODY OF ONE OF THE MISS
ING PILOTS FOUND.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
a colored fisherman discovered the body
of a drowned man lying, on Battery Island,
near Smilhville. Au examination of the
body disclosed the fact that it was that of
Thomas Briukman, one of the five unfor
tunate pilots who were drowned nt sea
some two months since, while attempting
to board ar vessel off Main Bar. the
bodv was re'comiized aa tliat of Mr. Brink-
J man, by the finding in his pocket, ol his )car9 oWi married there a convict named
A French. SwijETHEXnT. A very
pretty instance of devotion in adversity,
much prettier to look upon than to prac
ticeno doubt, was witnessed recently at
a quiet, and inoffensive young inan.
CORN IN HILLS AND DRILLS.
At the Michigan A gricul tarsi College
in 1SC3 two plots of land were aet apart,
substantially equal in character of soil,
each measuring forty-tight rod in width.
The gronnd was ploughed May 5th, and
manure as spiead evenly and Worked in
by cultivate r an I hair- w. Yttlcw Dent
cam was planted May 21st, inirows four
f,... . ..-..r .t. u.:J t . . . J
1 n ' c. T i r iii'.iii , uuv ui lilt l.l UCIIIC piaWU
the Chapel of St Joseph prison in Lyons, u ,,5,, lbe otbeJ. b arQU. Tile ploU
France. A young girl, only seventeen
his victims bastinadoed in the most iner
111 1 sit t I liu
.1 1 1 1 7ij a 1 1
ciicss manner, tut ine eyes ana tongues j aflvnncr(, At.fllv'A ,,10 llf.aii '
branch,' ns a pilot, and an rrdir for the a,va but two years older than herself.
payment of pilotage fees, on a merchant Salv ad been scutenced by the Rhouc
city. The bodv was in verv I court 01 assizes lo uveryears ot haru laoor.
n . . 1
ot them were torn out, nnu they were
thrown, in tiit terrible and utterly
I helpless condition, in the middle of
' July, into a desert spot, win re they pcr
. ished miserably, a prey to the pitiless
1 rays of a scorching African sun, aud to
the equally p'tjles beaks if tho vultures
anu nuzzarus. kjw tne otn ot rsovemoer
In a few days he was to undergo tran4-
of inquest Was portalion, and the girl, who was exceed
neariv an troue. mrv
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riimaiini ll. H m.rt a v. r-iint ra.jnru,l i,n I incly pretty and modest. WIS
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iet attention lo brsi-
enme to his death bv drownmjr. f
The boat in which these pilots were
i lost was some six irjih-s at sea when she
j was swamped and 1 he fact that Mr. Brink
1 man's body .-htt!l have floated in two
of 737.9S7. During the nexL decade, ,:... . j mcnths alter his drain, and be thrown up
North Carolina fell; from the fifth to the " . It ZT e ,1 ,r . wi;lli" 3 lia,f nii!e ,,f his h
the strangest things that we have heard
aliidmM Oct. 7
i. M. ScLlivan
our prompt st-
1. her nonulation 111 1S40. remtr . , 1 . . I
753,419. In 1850 he numbered 869.039 S .117 fil' 60me time' II "eem
inhabitants, being the tenth State, and i,A 10 UXCB .f 1 UmB IclA l .l.,,ra 1 wmS ome instinct attracted it homeward so
I860 she held the twelfth rank with 992,- t,e "P' negotiated a h avy , thal mi hl finJ a . laec ,u tlie
' - ; ' . loan m I ranee, and some greedy Italian ! Aapll, aiwienl..i tA '
U. P. Gow an.
'since the c
111 ii 1
oho of the war.
J.'lAL'LEN UROrN, Agent.
Sahsburv, N. C.
"5 ' , . . ,
r T Lr. L.': "'
rI',lIE iiudersigned having associated them
JL selvC: in busjness under the firm nanie of
"(aI'm. suiiiv4N co.,
T T AVi opened iivR. J. UofeneV: new baild-
LJLiiiir. nie.t, door to tlhe Hardware Store.
' ' ' IN SI IRK IN
w ,,--. rr--T " .
Georgia HomeInsurance Co.
Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
brcoRPORATEn, 1850H Cai itai.. $3."0,000
J. RHODE'S IH10W?CE, President,
D..FI W I LLCOX, Siieretary.
All Losses Equitably Adjusted
And Promptly Paid iii Full!
TroDertv owners desirink to obtain reffh-hle In
urance will do well i& proieet themwlvcs by
securing a IVilic? in " (ieorgi'a Home Insurance
Co." Airencie iit prominent points in -ull the
Southern States.' i ll -
! J. ALI7EN BROWN, Agent,
' , Office No. 2, Oranite Row,
! April ii,;72. ly Salisbury, N.C.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
A priraU CuBMler I U
lMurrid r th.M abealM
htM lMrrlM U f rMlng and jr.n.uUaf (T.prUfc
k.w u prMrra th. .mpl.iio. . .
T.1.1 . laUrmtlnc rH f fcandnd ad aiztr
Mm, vllh iibwiu aagraTiaga, aad aaatalaa valaabl
U&auin far tkaaa k. an Mrriad.arcaatamplauaiar
rteca. BUII ll 1 a book Ual aaa t la ba kapt aadar look
' aai kay, aad a.ilald aaralaaaly abaal laa , ,
1 1 ..auiaa iha atpartcne aad adrtca a il ' pkaataU
aaaaraaatadoala arld-lda, aad ahaald kala lb. prW
aa drawaraf t.arr mala aad hmaUtkraabMlibaaaUra
Iaaa. It aatbraaaa aTlhlnf oa tka aaajaat af tba la
araUTa niua aaat U wank laawlnj, aad .nk WbM U
kaipaMaikadU aaratkar wk. . .
. Addraai pr. SalW DUpaaaax.Ka, IS'-
i Si. Laaia, Ma . ' j J . i. ..
Kotic to til Afiictel aai UafbrtnsiU.
. IAm .b.iJi.. u k. uaiai uuki ka adrartUa la
pawl, papara.a? a.iaf aaf aak raaMdiaa paraaa Dr.
a.iu' w.r. m m.ur abat raudUaaaaU, ar kaw aaplar-
kbla vaar omnium
i Or. B alia aaaapUa
taaaMtl aladaraad bf a.
- Ipratoaaaraaf iklaaaai
dOabla kaaaa r iwaa7w
aanr mA Karaaa. aaa aaa aa wmm-
aliad poraaaallr ar kf Mil, aa tka diaaaaaa aiaailaaad la
iiavaraa. umaa aad aarlara. Ba. 11 . aUMam
in its all
bankers have likewise advanced him large
f tt Os1 K 1 C c-ti-T si i Awiyimu. inim oi. ljtir' uiia.M
pouuiauou 01 i.wi.uui, ucmg wic .urn- . v,. ,i, p r T..;a ,., 1,: . r
crcdHors in thai country punctually, but 1 j()
nas lit ue respect lor Italy, ana last sum
mer! several Italian men of-war had to
threaten his capital with bomdardmeut be
fore he made arrangemeats for paying the
interest duo to; Italian bankers. Being
ihus a constant prey to financial embav-
led by his tax collector,,. Now, on the fon, we har j the particu ar. of the
bove mentioned 5th of November, he rc- , . J ... . . - .
In 1S70 North Carolina had a total
teenth State, of which 678,470 were whites,
391,650 were blacks, and 1,241 were In
dians. Her rank now in white population
is fifteenth, in blacks sixth and in Indians
third -Wilmington Journal:
' TRUE MARRIAGE.
True marriage isl complete companion
ship. As the companionship grows less,
K 1 .1 t 1 . f . 1
Air. DniiKmaii was liio oiacst or the
party who were lot and was steering the
at the Hum of the accident. u.
SIIOClvING MURDER. ..-
From a gentleman who arrived hero
J from B'urgaw, hi this county, yesterday
bed to be
united to her aCUuced husband before bis
departure, jhoping that by having her
position legalized she might be able lo
join him in tho penal colony of New
Caledonia. M. Cousej deputy mayor, ad
dressed some feeling Remarks to the young
coople, after tho civi rcarriago had been
performed, reminding Salva of the da lies
imposed upon him by law and society.
The convict shed tears as he professed
the most sincere repentance and the re
mainder of his life tiouhl bo devoted to
making himself worthy of hi young bride
who had made such a sacrifice for him.
Salva'a mother, with whom the young
woman resided, accompanied her and
attended the ceremony, taking Iit new
daughter "away after her husband had
embraced her, while be was sgain fettered
and led back to his cell.
wcro cultivated aud hoed June 15lb, and
again July 7th; the plants being thinned
so as to leave the same nnxnbc of stalks
on each plot, including the equal distri
bution of plants throughout th subdivi
sion of the plots. As near as-possible",
each of the jwo plots received the same
amount of labor and cultivation.' The.
stalks wrre cut at the bottom September
17th, and stacked in good order;lhree
weeks afterward the corn was husked and
weighed. Tbj stalks then a gain! carefully
slacked, and were hauled and weighed,
in good condition, October 12th. Tho
corn on the portion planted in .hills was,
better in quality than ou -that planted, in
drills. Dul the drilled portion produced.
74 1-G bushel of shelled corn fnd ihrto .
tons of stalks to th acre, . against G51 .
bushels of shelled earn and 1ST tons of
sulks per aere prodnfed by tlic portion'
in uuis. liar at yvoruk
RAT-PROOF CORNCRIBES. .
There are cot nviny ; farmer! who do
not lose corn enough, by rats ererr rear.'
to Day the extra expense of tnilunr theiril
.. in vui, iiuui la IIS U1DID'.I '
H'...,.T-M . T ... , 1 . f I I f .1 1 .1 . .1 n r f
: iff jiiif:iifi j- iiiiirj . i . k.iii til . i ii- a ut ill .ur ir inn nil iiitii vi.a. iiaa. m. w -
'i . . - r - - - - i r .- mi. dvui yu - a til v la. J 1 1
is Napolcon'has revived the old question corn rests should be at least Uirea feet.L
as to his true parentage, lhc belief is above the earth. Pillars of this her-htn
where they will be pleaded t meet old-and
a , t rm. a - t S
new trientis. xney nave a niaguiticent rooui-
the larg4-t and best iu tokvu land
1 jal xleirreo SZi.osii.dlc3L
ISING a genet
jiin a can be sold m anv j House in
the mamage becomes untrutlitul, loses its U.VC mtuuuI,tu 01 ovcranrr ue rt ! plae. on Monday which a colo -ed man by omversal in ! raiirope that the (lead r.m- above ground far crib sills should, havel
earliest spring, dwindles from its apex. ceiyedtrunw.r liyirfo-maihnihitthcrrof ,; jje of J' p murdered his Pfror was lhc son of the Dutch Admiral, plates of line or sbect-iion extending six
The deepest expression of lovi; is longing ficm Badu-B n-llakim, Aldu-Bcn-Feei wjfe ' jvrrY Ured at a place called Lil- vehnel, and, not of Louis Bonaparte. or eight inches on all sides before the sills
for the object loved. Whenj, the longing nd Diakr-Bcs-Logu had for years com n ' a s'Iuall '.cUiCTOJn't up a Twenty-four years ago, when the Empire are put upon them. Rats going Ip to. the,,
decreases, love has decreased in th? same niitee defalcations upon tho B"y's tiea- e,j,rtl, of coiorvfi pCoplo about one W,IS rpstablinlied, Prince Napoleon openly pillars (whether wood, stone or brick)'
proportion. Companionship; is lbe realU : n,y accounted lor only two-thirds miie and a lialf from Bnriw Soma lime repudiated him as a crow in lhc eagle's cannot pats tire sheet iron or k:ne, nor
z iiion of the longing; and tlie realization of jibe taxes they had collected. The j ?n the WJ.', part of eck' a jiv. nest." It is related that Ch.trles Sumner can they jump three feet from th grotmif Ji
which does not produce satiety touches Bey sent for the faithless collectors, and . . j 1 , r PJ,rP;mi i,.-,- a short time jsincc referred in the Senate( and laMcu lU uistlves to the side of a c'rib.
m .1 a. - . - ... ...
and blends with the ideal. I All the ro- attt-r telling them of their misdeed, de-;
.. ., j . .j.i i..i . 1 i
hsortment. Hard- mance ot the freshest emotions tends to manueu w nai iney were going to no annul
guanantee a aud demands companionship. The most ,l- i 1 he tUrte we,c to tnghtened by the
heat ly InGroefcries
rv Vioiluep, buying and-selling.-acd
: t ,i.. .!... 3 i . -11
lerm uy ir sen to. can
SULLWAJf Jfc (Jo.
is Daphne and Apollo anger of his Highness that they fell upon
ch the. soft infection. knees, and, confessing their crimes
control hi3 rage,
BRIQaS & BROTHER'S
three birvels of whiskey, and S.mi, im
mcdiitclY.commrnced indulging jn Jt'3 fa
voied tKia'.inio of getting drunk, in indulg
ing to such an extent that'lic was attack
ed', with dclirurh tremms and became a
terror to tho whole neighberhood. He
was finally taken iu hand by Magistrate
John Penny, who locked him up for threo
a u.uarterir. The lour
ddre.-s, by mail, for 2T Cents. iThc richest and
inosii nisi nwin o . iiiusiriKieu wiu iwsir uuve i .1 i 1 1 .1. n
L.1..f.kl fS.Ji.Io ...il. 1.11,... I l Thi.irt ..- mvii "Villi,. liii-l " ill
patrfn M ordered Seeds laxtiyear and were "t beside a stagnant pool! and see lbe
credited twath US cents, will receive theiour heaven of their hope mirrored on its turbid '
Quarterlies forie73. jThk.se. wpo order Seeds e,ace. Thev will walk hand in hand i
rf I aat h!o ulitpi ntinn I- . I
through barren fields that are to them as :
this yv?ac till be credited with' a subscription
upon them. They j glide to each other
like concurrent streams. And, once togeth
er, their rustic silence is more eloquent
than moulded words. Their sole thought,
r I 1 la. m
FOR; JANlUAlir, 1873 'If OTV ODT.'Tssued a iheir one desire is companionship, whose
number sent to anv Dresence and influence lend color and
a.. i . 1 a e
warmth, rhythm and rhyme to the rud3
orqiuarv lovers are as
when first thev cat
The sentiments with which they are in implored his merry,
snrred warm them with Doetic fervor, and ' The Bey, unable to
the common thinca that comnoscs their : "Prang to hie feet, and crying, "Voo shall
life assume thehues Of remembered dreams. ! doK8 1" ordered the Kadi of Tunis to J .
The iustinct of companionship is strong appea- wurewm anairy uig prisoners in
kKKUl UrtUtC T till HIV Uill .11IJC1LU1 lW . A UU , 1 . U l. t
tuun, iiji ue wuum uci'.av
wt f 1 r i i . ix ai.v r. .' . i - n I. i . U r.
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V "v 11 "ls 1111:1,1 i However, o went, iij
his house, seazed a loaded ride and shot
his (who had acconi
the First Napoleop as the 44 reputed The steps, by which, enters the door of
cle of the ; Emperor." He was chair- the crib, should be taken awar at ail time t
man of the comraittee pn foreign relations, J when not, iu uo. In UiU way a Lirmcf 4
aud tearing on nrbwliou that the cxpres- can easily kctp raU frim rating, and pol-,i
sion would appear improper, coming from luliug his bread-corn. Where rats bare I
such a source, he sent an autograph note access to oni's crib, they multiplyrapidlyl
to the reporter of tho Associated Press catch chickens, g to "the dwelliag-bousa i
after the debate was concluded, request- J and become a pefect nuisance there also,
ing him to suppress the word " reputed M J All this evil is du, in a large deirrce. to
m a a . a . 1 . I . . w . " ' . at
the note reeding and breeding rats at a cbrn erib .1
Kadi appeared, found tho punishment '
si o ild be mulcted. The Kadi
thai the law was that those who stole
money from the cxchequ?r of lbe Caliph,
the Sul i n. or one of his vassals, t-h uld
be impaled. "Let them be impaled, then,"
said; the Bey. Vainly did the wretched
prisoners implore his mercy. The Bey
n mained ii.fiexiblo, and the cruel scn'ei.ce
wa3 carried into execution on the morning
of the following day. An escort of fifty
ldiers took the three condemned men to
a saiid mound mi which' had been erected
the three instruments on which they were
to suffer their excruciating agony. Tho
doomed meu looked dejected, but had
reached that calmness wich characterizes
the Mo's m when he knows that death is
inevitable. Those three instruments of
an agonizing death were strong iron spits
about ten feet high. About five feet from
the ground there was a heavy nud nail
through each of the spits. When the
criminals reached the foot of tlm mound
theyi were seized by six executioners.
They quickly undressed the three doomed
men.! Two of them placed a high step
ladder close to one ol the spits two of
them held the ladder so that it did not
fall and one, ja fellow of herculean
strength, carried Ban!u Ben-Hakim up to
wards the point bf one of the spits. Rais
ing the unfortanate man above it, he put
him upon the spit. The victim uttered a
w ild jscream as the cold iron entered his
flesh: and seized ithe spit with his hands,
. : - a . rtaittliAa&VMrmt aAww mmao Al hi m f laW SI hAaa
of Pictures, Books. ,, sent free, ea prose, i e poem reprr.. ?uu,p--, riM" .IT . . f vl,
ava nut rrlaafi him nn Mnt'div nn IhA
J 1 - ...... - , I rr-i . , - ,. l t . i . .1 I e
r i u ,v-.i i nc renoner compuea, uni xepi inc noie rccaing an
1 ue. ; , , , . , , , , . , I , - nossible CUrioaitV of the future. I 1 bis is tbe rnosl nnnrofiLatil afnrr .farm, f
c niuiseii auu i r ' i . i r s
fur 174 ?The Jjinnarv noinber t'ontnins nearlv
400 lingtafings. Two'Satierd d'olored Plates.
suitable fur framing, and also 'Hinted Plates f
our ubrsreohs Floral Chrouios; iiifonnat'u n reli-
tive to Fwvdrs, Vegetables, AcLand their cul
tivation, and all such matter wai ftirmerly
found m our Annual Catalogue
it it fou order SHEDn be
A llitO.'S OUAliTliKLY
narisbn on kiiality of Seed and prices and sixes
ofakets Our '"Caleiwhir Advance Sheet and
Price! List ffr lfT:l," sent
Addresk. BR If
' i Se'jdimen it Floiis
EC.. Va., April,
TilE SrililEXIIEii HF
At Appomattcz C
j H 9th. 1
A MAGNIFICENT 1
ine of th surrender of Gen. Ley. beautilully
colored, fiiigrav in the highest style of the
art and printed on heavy pjatejpaper. It
truly a gem of art, one which should hapg in
.. ' ' :. t e l.. .J
of every Son
Anuida's enchanted garden. They will
be surrounded by poverty j ami meanues, '
and personal contact will conjure these j
into affluence and splendor. In all such
You will miss I externals companionship is the trans par-
tore seeing BRIGiiS I ent power, the cunning creator of beauti
U C Cliallenstecom-I fill ullnaK,n th smritn.il nrrrrer that
compels the outward state to reflect tho
inner mood. !
As with coaise, so it is with fine hus
manity. Like seeks like throughout the
universe, and this see king attains its end
in. companionship, j The masculine and
feminine in all the kingdoms strive toward
each other ; wanting rest until co joined,
and wanting development until contiguity
be secured. While companionship con
tinues satisfaction lasts ; bnt both are un
usually temporary from absence of condi
tions. Marriage, I repeat, is companion-
thern fhome. Sent I shin, and with the termination of com pan-
GS & ItROTnER, :
S, UOCnEUTKR, ri. i .
4 x 17 tuchEngravi
by mail, hiouuteil .rr a Wler a;nd post-paid. ionship veritable divorte begins. Wedlock,
f.r 20 ceuti or 3for 50 cints. AfiESTS Wan- generally seen is a cuulb rsome volume,
with W sweet prelude ol verse fcllowed by
tedious chapters of awkwardly construct
Address jTi C. A. W. I. SUZLZLOW,
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ionsbip, and the subeeqm ut part ta with- il until J10 reched the cross nail. For
.a ft a a a
tnrough tho ttrrast, ktiling
taiily. Mr. Penny and others heard the
report of the weapon when Perry' house
to sec what was the milter, appieheusivu
that something terrible had happened.
Upon arriving there they found the poor
wom.tu weltering in her blood, but the
mari'en r had disappeared, aud when infor
mant left Burgaw ytaterday no trace of
him had been discovered, though every
iffort was being made to find out some
indication of his whereabouts.
Sam Perry is about 40 years of age, his
wife having been some 5 years his senior,
lie is a native of South Carolaa, having
come to this county with Sherman's army,
and h dark cotnp'.exioucd, of medium size
and about five feet four inches high.
No inquest has yet been held over the
body of lhc uufoituiiHte woman, but it is
pies. lined lliat coroner Hewlett will go up
for that purpose this morning.- WU. Star.
ipaniod him home) pln of the tai..iter 'S ho never smiles-f '
tiling her almost in- IIt5 " R man nf ability and no mean a-
er rai.es. l he next are tbe eurcujois that
He Nevek SmiLEV. The Christian destroy his peaches aud plums. 1
Leader presents a portrait for the contein- J , , I
A FaENcnyAX ox trk Socrn. In
case you are acquainted with any person
iu Metz or Strasburg, pray write him
warmly on this subject, aud urgqhim lo 1
uin ci aiieuiKiii 10 mis country, as ot all
others the best uitcd lo the FrescU peo
ple. Tbe Southern people of lbe; AiuerU
can Republic are nearly allied to tho
French in tastes and cast of mind, though
they lack the vivacity of tnanaer anj
qiiircmcuts. tie preac'ics wi n, an 1 ins
life does not belie his 1 doctrine. Lut I
has the habit tf taking', a severe view of
neatly all questions and everybody's con
duct. Ho is very seriobs. He maintains
au impenetrable rigidity and immoveable
sobriety. Tlic conviction grows on his
people that be believes? mirth the unpar
donable sin. He sometimes preaches abont
' . 11 1 a I
nt j 1 1 1 p n (i wnirn tw ii ? 1 1 1 v mrir a& tbaM-.
checrfulne-s, but it is always in 1a way to pIe Tbe .S u: hern "people ar4 prou,
make it seem the most Solemn of subjects. pn8ionaUN chiralrsus, hospitaUf, open-
hearted, generous and noble. It Mobility
conits in contempt of death and of money.
lAiler in Jlubilc ilegnfer.
In a word, he allows himseii to become
an embodied moral cloud casting an ui:
welcorte shadow ovet every home he
enters, and moving about his parish a grim
HXtinguisber 0f light atnd joy wbeu he
should be lbe nspirer of both.
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A voodou priestess tnld a New Orleans
mother that oil Wednesday, the third day
after the deatli of her only daughter, the
young woman would reyive. The Repub
lican says : MTbe Wcdi.es lay named by
the voudou the mother: was allowed to
visit the tomb, and at her request the
vault was opened. Suddenly the sound
Wonderful Discovery. Ninety-six
physicians of Montreal have rigned a de
claration regarding alchol, and say "that
total abitiuenco from intoxicating liquors, I of load shriek broke ttpou the ear, and
whether fermented or .distilled, is cousis- tearing open the comu tbe mother clpea
tent with and conducive to the highest her frantic child in her anus. She bad
degree of physical and mental health and just come in time an hour later and the
vigor." This may be considered a won young lady would have lalleu a victim ta
derful discovery in Montreal, and the phy- the terrible fate of the buried alive. He
icians deserve credit fur announcing it. did the roudou' know it t"
Senator Thurmin, cf Ohio, one of tho
tnos. pioniirieiit derao&ruis of l hq' North;
i said to Imvk besi boru in rldeittion, irt
this iMa.i. While he was quitd. young
hi parents emigrated from NorlbiCaroli.
11a and scttli-d Wi tbe West. We Iran
itx inforiuatwu fmru a friend wto,k6av
in the tutern part sf ibis Siate.-C&ar
loite ObdtTKr. t
D'm'Jifiooi Onrtcoil TLc pstjoortem.
exatijnatioti bf Gov. Geary's body lead
U the couclusioii that bis nimo nasi bo
tLJed to the long list of the public tutu
who have worked themselves toj death.
With his physical orgtnirfioo lit ourtt
to have lired twenty years longer J '