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VOL, V.-THIRD SERIES. SALISBURY, N. C, NOVEMBER 20, 1873. WO. 10. WHOLE NO. 100
PUBM8UKD WEEKLY .
J. J. BKUNER,
' Proprietor and Editor.
J. J. STEWART,
Associate Editor. f
K 4TF OF S17BCBIPTIOH
has "Year, payable in advance $2.50
gi H0HTM, " - ...... 1.50
j Copi out address. 10.0
n.i. .M1 Southern Kemeay m wii
d not to contain a single particle oi MmCTIT,
r en injurious mineral substance, but is
IV aw'BBW -. A. MMMMK aVTVv' M
containing tkose Southern BooU and Herbs,
hk ae all-wise Providence he placed in
untrii where Liver Dineaaea most prevail. It
(MtaU Diseases caused by Deranyement of the
TheSTMrroiw of Liver Complaint area bitter
ar Wad SB in the mouth : Pain in the Back,
Hides or Joint, often mistaken for Rheumatism ;
Uwr Stomach; Loss of Appetice; Bowels alter
nately eostive and lax; Headache; Loss of mem
try, with a painful sensation of having failed to
U something which ought to have been done ;
Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
..i.. Mkin anil Rvm. a drv Couch often mis-
uken for Consumption. Sometimes many of
tbee symptoms attend the disease, at others, very
c. Kut tk I.ivr.R. the Unrest orsrnn in the
body, is generally the seat of the disease, and if
est Begnlated tn time, great sunering, wreicneo
wm and Dkath will ensne.
TkU Great, Unfailing SPECIFIC will not be found
Ac Least Unpleasant.
War DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION", Jaun
lias. Billions attacks, SICE HEADACHE,
Colic Depression o Spirits, 80UR STOMACH
Heart Barn, Ac. , Ac.
liBBftY Liver Icxalator, or Medicine,
Is the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medi
etas ia the World!
M AWVFACTUBEI) ONLY BY
J. H. ZEILfN &CO.,
Macon, 0a. and Philadelphia
Price, $1.00. Sold by all Druggist.
FOR SALE BY THEO. P. KLUTTZ.
J ane It th 8alibury N . C
Ami get Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Kanaka of ant kind von want; Histories,
Biagraphiea, Music Booka. Music, Novels of
the haet authors ; Blank Book s, Albums of
the most stylish kind; Stereoscopes and
Views ; School Books, all kinds in general
ate. Slates, Inks, Writing Paper of the. best
aaality; Wall Paper and Window Shade
la great variety. Music Teachers for vocal,
l'iaoos, Banjo, violins dec
WORD TO FA.RIvT.EKS
a a few dollars worth of books every
year for your sons and hands and take a good
aawspaper.they will work better aud be more
Tarn have something to he proud and to
bsast of. The farm is the keystoue to every
iadsjatrial pursuit. When it succeeds all
reaper; when it fails, all flag, Don't tbink
yea can't be a great man because you are
the aaa of a farmer. Washington, Webster
aes Clay were farmer's sons, but while they !
teOM taoy studied. o do ye. Buy a good
oak. one at a time, read and digeat it, and
Call and see me and look over books.
COME TO THE
And Grot a Good Picture.
H gW you a good picture or not let
take it away ; for we don't intend that
any bad work shall go from this office to iu
ure ae and the business. Call and try.
Jnf WaaVf between Parkers and MistMc
Call and examine my stock of Wall Paper,
Window Shades. Writing paper. Inks fee
Mini I don't intend to be under sold.
Feb. 27, tf.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vin
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herbe found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. The question is almost
daily asked, "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters?" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and luvigorator
of the system. Never before in the
history of the world hat a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of Vixeoab B itters in healing the
sick of every disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative at well at a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walker's
Vinegar Bittkrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
; H rat el u I i uousands proclaim Vnf
XOAB Bitters the most wonderful in
vigorant that aver sustained th sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which arc so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,"
Illinois, Tennessee, CumlftMiaml, Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado. Brazos. Uio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat ami dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the ctonpoli ami liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a ih
crful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walkku's Vis hum: Bitters,
as they wilt speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels arc loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring tSic healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
By purifying all its fluids with Vinecar
Bitters. No epidemic can tako hold
of a system thus lore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of lite Stomach, Bad Taste
in tho Mouth, Hilioaw Attacks, PulpUn
tation of tho Heart. Inllammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kid
Iteysj and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or Kind's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, .Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous liiilannnatiims. Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial A flections, Old
Soros, Eruptions of tho Skin. Sore Eys. etc.
In these, us in nil other constitutional Dis
eases, WaLKKR'S VlNKOAK ItlTTXRH llUVO
tbown their great curative powers in ths
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory mid Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, lirmiit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladdsr,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are canned by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons cn
gftged in Paints and Minerals, such as
l'lumbers, Type-sett rx, (old-bcators, and
Miners, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against thin, take a dose of Walkku's Vis
EQAR Bittkks occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Khciim, Blotches. Spots, Pimples,
Pustules. Boils, Carbuncles, King-worms,
Scald-head, Soro Eyes. Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs, Biscoloratiotis of the Skin. Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, arc literally dug up and carried
ont of the system in a' short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the Kvstem of so many thousands,
are enoctually destroyed and removed. No
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
thel mini ties will freo the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluegish in the veins ; cleanse it when it it
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
it. h. Mcdonald a co..
Druggists mult ;n. Agt.. San Francison. California,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts.. N. T.
Sold all lru(lu and Dtaltl.
R. h. Mcdonald at CO.,
TERRELL, AND JAMES.
Mm, Sale ai Feed Stable,
SALISBURY, N. C.
We have thcronirhlv
the well known and j opular Mansion Hocsk
Stable, aud are prepared to accommodate all
wuw ivor us wiin a call. Wi l kn for hi
good safe Horses and Bueiriea.and Saddle Hor
ses, at moderate pnoea. Also, good Hacks for
excursion parties, Ac. Will board Horses bv
tne single feed, day, or month, on special con
tract. We have a large and commodious lot
for the accommodation of country people, and
trovers especially .
TO STOCK FARMERS:
We also announce to th FtkiumN nf i,r.n
and adjoining connties, that we have purchased
& . Mi Urn
nne young btallion. 5 vears old rnrt Tnn
Kebel is a beautiful mahogany bay, and perfect
ly kind in Harness. Was sired hv Rimi tw;i
of Tirginia ; he by Michael Angelo; he by Zin
ganee ; he by 8ir Archie ; his dam by Fanny
lmcas; sne Dy Waterloo: ehe bv Standard:
sne by Monsieur Tonaon. Young Rebel is a
thoroughbred by hit sire and from a fine dam
of good qualities and supposed to be of fine
piooa- rteoers style and beauty, when seen
is sufficient advertisement.
Young Rebel took the first premium at
N. C. State Pair. We offer his SOrvipPK onr
stable this rail Beaton on the following terms:
Sinarle service, $5 . for Season of 3 month fmm
Aov. 1st, f 10. For Insurance', $15 money due
at tne end ot tne season, and as soon as the
mare proves to be in foal. The chango of pro
perty, in either instance, will forfeit the Insu
A Terrible Story.
Detroit Free Preaa, Nov. 4L
On Toeaday last a man named Lvman
Arnold, a business man at Aroea. Stenhen
county, N. Y., left the towrl without infor
ming bit wife or friends of hit departure.
and before night it was discovered that he
bad forged notes and checks to the amonot
of S900, and obtained the eaeh on them.
lie was the hnsband of a very estimable
woman, his second wife, and is the father
of tour or five children. From some word
he let drop the day before, it was thought
that he had started for 1 etroit. and a
telegram was sent here. The Chief of
di: .i T. i.. a
x uuce gave me case to Asetccuve Disnop,
and the detective began wotkiner it no.
After sending the telegram the route ta
ken by Arnold was more exactly ascer
tained, and Deputy Sheriff E.B.Higgios,
of Avoca, started on the trail He was
fortunate to find the forcer at Niagara
Falls, just as he waa preparing to come
West, and he took him back to Avoca,
arriving there Thursday, to find that a
mysterious murder had been committed
during his absence.
Liring in the Tillage was a yonng wo
man named Emeline Tower who, had
once worked for Arnold as a domestic.
fTM . la . t . I
mere was taiK tuat tne two were morn
intimate than they should have been, and
the village gotsip had created unpleasant
ness in Arnold's, family, so that Miss
Tower did not visit the house and was
net on speaking terms with Mrs. Arnold
There was, however, no suspicion of
ranee. The mare aud toal will be heldrespon-1 separation between hnsband and wife, or
tible for the Insurance. Will usa rrv nr-1 r k i ; v.i
n.nt; . . .-j,- , ' Ul M,D uu""" w'" w Kruw ou w mo
- ..v. v . w Ll , Mill Al' V MJXJ
responsible for any that may occur. Will be
thankful for a share of oublic natronAare and
will endeavor to give satisfaction.
Hoy. 1, IS73 3m) T. A J.
(D1 fl til tOfl P61 AgenU wantedevery
flU lU QZiU where Particulars free. A.
H. Blair A Co. St. Louis, Mo.
.Nov. 6 1873-tf.
Ra Re Ra
RADWAVS READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after ruling this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAV8 READY RKXJRT IS A CUEB FOB
It was the first and is '
tkt lntUntly itopt the mort exerucUUng pains. l!r
, ana earn uongeanona, wnetner oi tne
. Bowels, or other standi or orsans. br
IN FROH ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
aa matter how violent or exeroetetlng tne pain the
RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer,
a RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILT. AFFORD INSTANT
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OP THS BLADDSR.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS
CONGESTION OF THE LUNQS.
SOBS THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPTHERI A.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready Relleft o the part or
parte where ths pain or difficulty exists will afford eats
Twenty drops In hair a rambler of water will ia a few
moments care CRAMPS, 8 PAS MS, SOUR STOMACH,
HEARTBURN, SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA,
DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Had.
ler with mem. A few drops in
i or pains from change of
i Brandy ur Bitters as a
it is Dsjoar loan i rencn
FEVER AMD AGUE eared for fifty cents. Thar is
not a remedial agent in this world that will cure Fever
and Ague, and aU other Malarious, B lions. Scarlet,
Typhoid, Yellow,, and other Fevers aided by RAD.
WAY'S PILL8 SO quick as RAD WAY S READ Y BE
LIEF. Fifty cents per botUe.
HEALTH! BEAUTY ! !
STRONG AND PURR RICH BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
scandal. Arnold was supposed to be an
honest man, and there were those who
took his side and defended him, Wednes
day night about midnight Mrs. Arnold,
who waa sleeping alone, was aroused by
having a buHet thot into Uei head, which
passed oat of her mouth. As ahe sprang
up a person in the room fired two more
sh ots, both taking effect in Mrs. Arnold's
body, and both producing fatal wounds.
1 bete waa no light in tiie room, bat in the
darkness Mrs. Arnold heard the rustle of
a dress and saw a female figure, at
soon as the wife fell back dying the figure
It waa some time before any of the
children came down stairs, they having
been chloroformed, as was afterwards
ascertained. They aroused the neighbors
at once, and the dyine womau made her
statement about the female furore, thou '
at the time it was thought she waa out of
her mind and was speaking at random.
It waa found that the person who had
committed the deed had effected an entran
ce by climbing upou the kitchen roof,
and theu raising one of the chamber
windows of the house. Miss Tower kuew !
of this route, bat no oue else outside of 1
On Thursday morning, afterthe murder
had become known throughout the village,
and after she had disscusaed the affair in
common with others, Miss Tower took
the cart for Detroit. This circumstance,
in connection with the hint dropped by
Arnold that he was coming this way, led
to the belief that the two weie -connected
with the murder, and were going off to
gether. A telegram was sent here atkiug that
the woman be watched. She arrived
here ou Saturday morning and registered
herself at the Cass House under the name
of Mrs. Hunt. The same morning a
trunk belonging to Arnold arrived by ex
press marked "Mrs. L. HnatlGass Hotel,
Detroit," indicating that the two bad arran
ged their plans together and were to meet
here. Arnold, of course did not reach
here, being under arrest. 'The woman
waited until Saturday, and then, perhaps
thinking that he had been captured, she
took the train to Dexter, and from there
drove out to her ancle's, seven miles north,
in the township of Linden. Detective
When, in November, 1789, North Caro
ina acceded to the Union, it was com
posed of States, with a single exception,
ying en the Atlantic. To-day, after a
lapse of aizty year, her senators and
representatives are discussing the admis
sion of a younr anrl wealthy territory
lying on the Pacific and fronting the
ancient empire of China. I presume that
it is not generally recollected that this
territory, some three thousand mites to
our west, waa originally a part of North
Carolina. In the charter given by Charles
11 of England, to certain or bis countries,
Carolina contained all the land lying be
tween the Atlantic and - Pacific Oceans
within the parallels of 29 and 3G of
north lattitude. Its northern limits en
tered the Pacific at the Bay of Moanterey,
only a few miles sooth of that of Ban
r rancisco, and is famous as the hue of Use
Missouri Compromise. Its boundaries
contained the present States of North and
South Carolina, Georgia 1 enuessee, Ala
bama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas,
almost all of Texas, a large part of
Florida, a large part of the territories of
Old and New California, aud New Mexico;
and portions of the Mexican provinces of
Sonora, Chihuahua, and Coahuila. 1 his
magnificent grant, feeding at present five
millions of in habitants, was made in con
sideration of a yearly rent of sixty-four
dollars and thirty-seven cents, together
with one- fourth of all the silver and gold
ore which might be found in it. Although
this might during late years have been
respectable income, yet it ia weH known
that the royal donor never realised any
thing from bis stipulated return, no gold
or silver having been discovered within
these bounds at least to and considerable
amount until after the Revolution. Such
continued to be the limits of Carolina until
the peace of 1763, when the land lying
u e tot the Mississippi was ceded by Great
Britain to r ranee. Having subsequently
become the property of Spain, it participa
ted in the revolt which some thirty years
ago resulted in the erection of the repub
lic of Mexico : our own eyes have seen a
large part of it reannexed to the dettiniea
of its parent State. 8. F. Philips.
TWv fall to
artaeia a U mhi
Mt smsss) a & mmm
A. worn to Planters. u i winker. A
The Athens Watcktman hat the follow-1 Btmtf
insr riPf!lnt arlvir tn th far-tnra 1 mtl 014
"Mnii Rsi.n awn T.waa rWnn - w,r,r w rwn tat or ll.
Let thm in th- fnlm hm ik w.rrk.w PP'T lbe wa railed
nf Rnntl,. w i I a coou trnoa. a rood
Lk.t .v,01. l a . Ta dart, rood for infants and oM folk a.
p . uiiuuivr m auu iuiusv- i . v W
houses well filled, and had saved their " "n W1W.
domestic manure ( which, for Vaat of au fM w F f a farmer ought to (
. : tx . i . . uite niru o l an winnr ui bam
vcunun, waa santrru vo wmm VO wasiei 10- I , , r-
Stead of creatine liens to niireliaae runa. U- lber r fert' reqaUitaa. One
thev eon Id snan their hoecn n the fae w im wr oc'r ,
of Monaicnr Pnie. OI oatrinowe sWOW
Th a-rrt Hr.irstnm ni.nt.f. reguianty m SBilkior and faWkwr. ami
baa always been a plan by which to so- ki?dl, 4" f0! for r- ,
aMaaaa i,J Why. a rood cow is owe of ttwj fasaflw.
dientt have been suggested many learn
ed essays have been written many im
and attar eJU to
practicable plans snrrcsied. Notwith
standing all these failures, there to a plan
so simple, so certain and efficacious, that
it to absolutely amaxing that it has not
been adopted long ago. It will secure
tne object sought, beyond all peradven
turc it cannot possibly fail.
Let Southern planters raise their own
snppliea af bread, meat and domestic ani
mals, and let manufactories of all the
common necessaries of life be established
in oar midst and no cotton sold for 1
than 25 cents ! Planters have the
dy in their own bands it to simple, safe
and certain as simple an the prophet's 1 following
prescription for the cure of Naamaa's leu-1 reported to have taken place at
rosy. Y hy will tbey not adopt ill la 1 a tne young riria, living with
almost. Everybody afeowld bar a k4st t
- ev 0 - - 1
word for her, She sboald he looked
la with respect. If thsjre to
dainty in the food line for and
-V. - L 1 J I re .
u iuouiq uavc u. ii a rooo sag aamai
ty of the rich lacteal lead to wasted, ahe
should he regaled twto a day wfch aoase
sdee want slop or bra aad com steal
Yoa can no more get moth milk from dry
food, thee yoa aaa get blood fresa a tsjr
nip. We wait everybody to have ptoaty
of milk, and we weal cows la have warm
shelter and plenty of food to
8 uicrDB or Nm Can
recent China i
to bars ee-
Why the Tornade Capt tired the
Virginia and Why the Captur
ed Passengers were Shot.
As far back aa 1869 the Captain-Gen
eral of Cuba threatened to detain and
search any vessel in Cuban waters sot
pee-ted of carrying anna aad am unit ion to
the insurgents. "Secretary Fish protested
against the execution of this threat iu the
case of an American vessel. The decree
was shortly afterward modified by the
Spanish Government to obviate the other
wite inevitable recognition by us of the
fact that war wat roinr on in Cuba. At
tbat date General Raw lint waa ttill alive
Shortly after this modification, and as
if to defy the United States, the American
steamship Florida was detained by .Span
ish ahipe and searched on two occasions,
not in Cuban waters, but on the high
seas ; once just outside the Danish waters
off St. Thomas, and again jntt outside the
British waters off Nassau. ; These insults
to onr flag and to intcmatibn law were al
lowed by Secretary Fiah to pass anex plain
ed and nnreeented. And now what won
der that Spanish naval officers should rely
upon our cowardice, and ptesume upou the
immunity vouchsafed them, to repeat their
outrages wherever and whenever a safe
opportunity ociars. Or why should n
it because, like Naaman, they desire to l families in the village,
lw anma ma I lkli.Tl 1 1 i rA mrt 1 -
So long as cotton baa to pay for corn, Seeing the misery and teal to
bacou, lour, horses, Mules, clothing eg mesibers oi the fsmfliea with
ricultural implements, furniture, groceries, I lived were subjected, and
and even mature, it will require all the I slave life obedience of wives to
cotton we can make to purchase these of their bnsbands, the da wis sis fcn
a a aaa i at a m
supplies --and under the inexorable laws came to tne resolution of petung aa
of supply and demand, the larger oar to their earthly nreara. whtoe to
crops are the lower will be the price of the 1 carried into esTeet by
commodity. nptramdi to that of opiusa-poiaooiag, ie
W hat probt is it to the planter to Dike vague in llonr Kong. I he nine
a bundled bales of cotton, if it requires met by appointment we the hawk of
one hundred and ten bales to pay lor bit river, at the entrance of one of the
family supplies, including guano T Is it I in the vicinity of 'brown's i oily,'
not indefinitely belter to make but 25 in heavy winter
bales, at 25 cents per lb., aad his own
supplies T Whatever the cotton brings
will be clear profit. The planter will
then have capital to invest in manufact
ures, or oiberwtoe.
Tbto is no empty theory. It to a well
eitablksbcd fact. Let any planter look
aronud him and inquire who has been
compelled to borrow money to
farming operations. It u the cotton plan
ter who goes "the whole bog" on cotton.
From whom does be borrow f From the
man who raises, first, his own provisions,
and afterwards, what c.tton he can. make.
Is not this always true ? Mo one will pre
tend to dispute it. What to good for one
individual, ia good for the whole commu
nity. Let our Southern plan.ers adopt the
policy recommended , and instead of being
"hewers of wood and drawers of water,"
they will become the moat prosperous
agricultural people the sun ever shone
a a a a
bad sown all together, iu order la
a ae para lion. w ails that nei ted ia
heart, and mind, the
to the deep. As Ibis I
the time of the festival of tee
reuii, descended f
called the 'seven listers all aorta of em
peri li lions eonclasionee are draws from
irry on it.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
aaa made nm host astoiiishiro cures : so
QUICK. SO EAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE
MODT UNDERGOES. UNDER THE INFLUENCE
TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
Every Day an Increase in Flesk
aii Weight is Seen and ML
drop or the BARSAPARILLIAN RE80L-
THE GREAT POISON NEUTRALIZED
A Sure Preventive arid certain cure Jor
mui AUD FEVER,
all species of Miasmatic diseases,
ttad for circular
C. R. BARKER A CO.
TRNT coramanlcates through the Blood, Sweat, Urine,
and othsr Fluids and juices of the system the vigor of
life, for It repairs the wastes of the body with new and
sound material scnusis, eypaiue, uoBssunpooa,
QlanduUr disease. Ulcers in the throat. Mouth, Tu
m o rs. Nodes 1 n the (Hands astd other parts of the system,
gore Eyes, Strnmorous discharges from the Ears, and
the worst forms of 8kin dleeases, Eruptions. Ferer
Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
ears m tne
the life Drinc Die
Womb, and all weakening and painful dls-
sweats, liossoi ope run ana an wi
Tu mo rs. Cm.
, are within the curaUve range of this
r of Modern Chemistry, and a few days1 use wUl
proretoany person using it for either of these forms of
disease IU potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by Ue wastes
aad decomposition that is continually progressing, suc
ceeds In arresting these wastes, and repairs the same
with new material made from healthy blood -and this
the BARSAPARILLIAN will and does securea sure
Is certain; for when once this remedy commences Its
work of purification, and succeedajn diminishing the
loss of wastes, its repairs will be rapid, and every day
3wMles7twftfMikhiMe tr oncer,
the food digesting better, appetite improving, and flesh
body be surprised tbat the Spanish Gov
eminent, which has learned by ample
experience that the threats of Secretary
Fish are empty words, sboald instruct its
officers to disregard them ?
These facts suffice to account for an
occurrence that would certainly arouse the
nuiversal indignation of any nation Out
his. But there is another fact tar m re
no tent, and unfortunately for our national
Bishop had kept track of her movemeats, Lonft, f-r more disgraceful. Snaiu through
and when Sheriff Higgins arrired here ou lCT Ministers in Washiuwton has learned
Saturday night the deteetire waa ready the efficacy of a liberal use of money where
to go with him. ;t would do the most good, and has aptly
On Sunday they went to Dexter, and ,,a;ied herself of the knowledce. And
then procuring a carriage drove to Linden, even un(cr the present circumstances any
reaching the house where Miss Tower departure from Mr. Fah's traditional
was stopping two hours after the family pojcy WOold probably be not unjustly
bad retired. She was called up and aires- regarded by the high contracting Spanish
ted, but was the least excited of the three, powers as a direct rioluipn of a bargain.
bearing herself coolly and not even exhib- The Spanish agenta and their aliiee in
iting any curiosity to know the charge city have circulated p rumor that the
against her. In her trunk was found a Virginius at the lime of her capture had
revolTer with three empty chambers, and h0iated another flag : but they know full
the ball brought along trom tne scene or we tUat the commander of Uie J ornauo
the murder was an exact fit for the wea- wouM not have dared to insult any other
pon. Further than this, she had a bottle except the stars and tripes.
partly filled with chloroform. The Spaniards of Santiago shot four of
On her way mto the city she was into,-- ttie caDtured neeseucers. be cause, although
HEAVY ON COLLEGE-BRED CON
The Nation has an article on the mem
bers of Congress who hare bad the benefit
of College life and those who have been
less fortunate, or more fortunate, if its criti
cism is just. We do not question the
correctness of its criticism uot knowing
very much about the intellectual status of
oar present Congress. The Saturn think
that college men are not the ablest man ia
Congress. Some of them would never be
taken for the alumni of any respectable in
stitution of learning. We dare say that
this is true, for we have known many
srrarli a es of coll, res who were ia the
The Charlotte Observer ears : Cavi.
Shotwell, while ie Grant's Albany Bee
ule, was employed in
He says the institution
thousand pairs per day, hot be fait
dent none of them would ever fee
way South, becaaoe tkwv were all tee
large for our neat footed fair Owea. Tbt'
greater pert of each case of 60 paste anew
t is ted of the higher numbers, such ae ei
at, sevens, eights and nines I Indeed, se
well known are the pedal cbaracteristica
of the different sections thst ths foreman
of the establishment said he
what pert of tbe country
from by simply looking at
New England and the Hoesier Stales de
mand the very largest no rubers and a
plenty of fancy trinring about these. Tfcsj
better classes of New Tore aod B
ordered nne shoes, ranging frees t
fives. But for the Southern
smallest siaee were wanted, many white
kid wedding slippers being
used for children
the sum ordered
Tbe Chinese La Georgia.
Augusta CoustitotiaHet. Nov. 5th. 1
We learo that '.he efficient and aeMrt
Contractor of the
oU-very bndj E'fithaV
of two hundred of
med of the murder aud of the arrest of
Arnold, bnt she had few questions to ask,
no excuses to offer for her conduct, and
no to vosterdav noon, when she started
they knew the charge of piracy waa en
sured, and would uot he allowed to any
other power on earth indeed, it had nst
a. A .a
been abandoned by Soafn heraeli in tne
and weight increasing.
Not only does tbaBaasAP.
all known remedial agents in
edial aeents in the cure of Chronic, Scro-
fuloos. Constitutional; and Skin H MM; but It is the
only posiUve euro for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
ma a r and Womb diseases. Gravel. Diabetes. Drops:
Stoppage of Water. Incontinence Of Urine, Bright
ease. Albuminuria, and in all cases where the
brie k-d ust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy.
for New York, she had not shed a tear. surrender of the British jeaelu Deerhonnd
The woman is twenty-six years of age, of w;tB her officers aad crew--they also knew
medium height, and quite handsome. Tbe ,i.at hcv had paid defenders in this coun-
Sheriff is positive that she is tbe midnight try hy whom any little difficulty would
stranger who did the shooting.
be arranged amicably, aa: family difficul
ties ousht to be. N. I. tsnn.
i like the white of an eea. or threads like
white silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious
Drncfiats and Geo. Acta., San Francisco. California,
aad oor. of Wasbinfton and Charlton Su., N. T.
Balat ay saJMnili avavsl XsasOara.
Persons wishing pure homemade liquors sad
the very best imported wines can always find
them at the Star Saloon, on
Main Street, 3 doort below the Salisbury Rous.
All mv whiskies and Brandies are obtained
direct from the beat and most reliable distiller
in N. G. I keen no others. My wines are im
jK)rteu ano arc oi tne ui varieties .' i - BKAD "FALSB
miv gee hy calling snd examining for himself. stamp to radwa
J. A SNIDER. Torilafomsauo.
June 19, 6 mo. pd.
ancs, and white SWSS MS deposits, and when there ia
a pricking, burning sensation when passing water, and
pain in the Small of the Back and along the Loins.
Tumor of 12 Tears9 Growth
Cured by Badway's Besolvent.
e DR. RADWAY'S
perfecUy tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet rant.
Eloped with His Own Wife.
The Springfield (Mass.) Republican
has i ust eloped
states that a Lowell man
with his own wife. He deserted her
The Fashionable Scant Effect.
Mrs. Buruham's Letter to gu Louis Repub
for I The extremost plume of the fa hionable
Bowels, Kidney s. Bladder,
Biuous rvrvr, uu
Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely
no mercary , mioerajs or utwt
a hw riMM RADWAT'8 FILLS will free tne sys
tem rrosa all tne above namea aioruero. rnw, '
BOLD BY UHUUU1SI3.
M V AMU TKLK." BSD
WAY a CO., No. SS Warren St.. Mew
worth thousands wiu ne sent yoa.
another woman seven years ago, and she scant effect waa reached Sunday by a lad y
went to California and got rich, and re- Wu0 walked up Fifth avenue iu a navy
turning a few days ago and found him blue eamelVhair drcs. fNot a pucker or
repentant and quite tender towards ber I H visible seam, or a particle of trimming,
and her money, so they met by appoint- I broke up the beautiful suffsee of that wo-
ment at the depot and eloped in dnetorm, m.n. She was an unbending level, and
California brine tbe objective point. how she cot into tbat straight-jacket of a
dress I couldu't imagine rjll I took a rear
view of her, and found she wea Lattoned
Corn Beef. The Setentific American Up behind from neck to hem. J wo un-
informs tbe Indies that if they wonUI have obtrusive box-plaits lurkod in ashy wy
cAmed beef inicv after it is cold, and not each side the opening ; ' otherwise thst
as dry as a chip, tney simma put u inw i garment ioKa iikc a oiqairti ui!liiii-
i ... ' I .1 . :. . l IP t ii. II 1.1 . 1L
OOlling water wnen uu-j me u mi vu ema, i ipg. Anu waiK - w cm bibi cvmuii wH,
aud ihey should not lake it out of tbe pot I very well, and in ease of pre that woman
hcu am , uutil cold. would be fried iu ber owq fat.
truest sense of
educated men. It says
For instance. Mr. Trumbull did
have the advantages of university trai
ning ; but his esteemed colleague, Gee
IxGran. was graduated at Louisville Uni
versity . Mr. Poland of Vermont was as
unfortunate as Mr. Trumbull ; but our
much respected friend, Gen. Batler. ie,
classically speaking, aa alumnus of Water
villa, borne men ot whom one would
feel sure that tby had received tbe bene
flit of college training and aasociations
did not ; and moat notably, Messrs. Bay
ard, Conkliug, Sherman, Tbarman, and
Edmunds. Others again, as to wbom
one might safety make oath that they bed
never seen a college save through the
wiodowa of a railway ear, are recorded ee
having received e collegiate education ;
and among them are Mr. Posaeroy of
Kanaas, Mr. Conner of Texaa, and Mr.
Voorheea of Indiana." It says farther,
that "the records of Cengreas show that
the common boast is true that meo of tbe
humblest position can rise ie the honor of
soverninr the country : but they also
ahow that the honor becomes very small
and is continually growing less-
To the cultivated and refiued there Is
nothing more distasteful than to be com-
-V ... as. i
ie led to mingle with undignibna, uneou
rated, self-atsuming colleagues.
Boys, Note Tutsi Don't forget to
take off your hat when you enter tbe
Vue. Gentlemen never keep their hats
on in the presence of ladies, and if yoa
Jways take years off when mamma and
tbe girls are by, yoa will not torget your
self or be mor lined wben a guest or a
stranger happens to be in the parlor.
Habit is stronger than anything else, and
you will always find that the easiest way
to make aura of doing right oa all occa
sions ia lo get ia the habit of doing right.
Good manners cannot be pet on el a mo
brooebt oa froaa LwoisvilU.
twenty-five of tbesa. He pat
yeatsrday morning on ths
canal nnt to Um lock a.
first. He is lo bring one
eotv-five more froea Lusia
they eaa he brought ou
bow he peon sb rapidly forward Ie
Dier or DiPTHBaiA. Maay of
who knew bun well, will rasrrwt
learn of the a-mxh of Jama s Blraia. lesw
m ... a . . r.
lyrrvoviiUh o. V. oo waa a pxawasB
lawyer sf that olace aod a director of
Air Line Rairoad. He i
Taeeaay. the iXn LaaV
a 8araaATiow or Tirtr
brother aod sasaer. after a
veara. uok olare at W
tbe other day. The SpriagfieU
-The forties were Mrs. Oil
minftaa. Uel . tk
Ireland when sbe
yra ago. YLxeh had lob
dead, bet a mutual friend aad relative
end. recently, tn see Mr. Metloa's aai
a a4e4 register at nWaUsaa. and aa
iog sltaeovrred him to be the very
. . .ii;.wti i. t
to Una coeatry. fifty
uf thoeeht tbe atbar
Kemiers. inalrity in Virgiuia is 27.908
a gain er Walkaea rete of V. toSft. fcleaa
per received larg unieilM-r of colored votes
a good sgn that this class is finding out
its best frie A and iu true interest.
Caaouva MiUTaBT laarrTirra. This
military Collega, bsving a prej
d partroent attached, opened at
est 1st October last, nasW the
tewdaaee af Cad. J. P.
the Sob ih Cesaliea Military A
Gen D. H. Hill, that veteran
Professor in the TVparlBaewt of
tics ; Prof. W. SJDadley ie the
man t of Physical Bcsenee ; Prof. Lyaes
m Bi & j SmbLJ
in tne L ommemal drpartseeai, earn sae
uVtmrtaaaat of iesgeegva. Cat
baa charge of Hiatorv. BsMsb Utteta.
This is aa excrtUnt aehooi well leeated
in thriving town. Iu building are lefge
ami a handsome, the seam one being fib
by 30 feet. For particulars seas) for a
J A 1 a