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PUBLISH!) WEEKLY J
j. J. BBUNER,
Proprietor and Editor.
J. J. STEWART,
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wa. oavublein advance $2.50
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8. W. TEEEELL.
TKi. nri val lt d Southern Remedy m warrant
td not to contain a single particle of Mebcuby,
. .nv iii iinouH mineral substance, out is
VI J -n
attaining thoae Southern RooU and Herbs,
-kir-h an all-wise Providence has placed in
.ntriM where Liver Diseases most prevail. It
wtU CWe allDiteoHtcatued by Derangement of the
Tke Sv m rro m s of Liver Complaint are a bitter
r tad taste in me iuuuiu , x uu m wra iavn
idet or Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism
fcur Stomach; Loss of Appetice; Bowels alter
costive and lax: Headache ; Loss of mem
wj, with a painful sensation of having failed to
du something which ought to have been done ;
Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
fdiSkin and Eves, a dry Cough often mis-
" C v S A .
taken for Consumption. Sometimes many oi
Uieaesymptoms attend the disease, at others very
faw ; but the Livek, the largest organ in the
boar, is generally the seat of the disease, and if
aot Regulated in time, great suffering, wretched
ae and Death will ensue.
ThU Great Unfailing SPECIFIC mill not be found
the Lout UnpUamnt.
Tot DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun
dice. Ilillious attacks, SICK HEADACHE,
Colio, Depression 1 Spirits, SOUR STOMACH,
Heart Burn, o., dec.
liBmoHi Liver Regulatoror Medieiie,
Is the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medi
etas in the World !
MANVEACTUBED ONLY BY
J.H. ZEIL1N &CO.,
Macon, Ga. and Philadelphia.
Price, $1.00. Sold by all DruggUt.
FOR 8 ALE BY THEO. P. KLUTTZ.
Jane 19 tl. Salisbury N. C.
And et Blbk. Prayer Book, Hymn
Books of any kind you want; Histories,
Biographies, Music Books, Music. Novels of
the best authors; Blauk Books, Albums of
tke most stylish kind; Stereoscopes and
Yiews ; School Books, all kinds in general
se. Slates, Inks, Writing Paper of the best
quality ; Wall Paper and Window Shades
ia great variety, Music Teachers for vocal,
Pianos, Baujo, violins dec
A WORD TO
y a few dollars worth of books avary
fear for your sons and bauds and take a good
Bewapauer.they will work better and be more
eheerful. Try it.
word to rA&mif sows.
You have something to be proud and to
kast of. The farm is the keystone to every
iadustrial pursuit. When it succeeds all
prosper; wheu it tails, all naif, uon ttmnK
yea can't be a great man because von are
tke son of a fanner . Washington, Webster
and Clay were farmer's sons, but while tbey
toiled they studied. So do y. Buy a good
book, one at a time, read and digest it, and
Call aud see tne and look over books.
Dr. J. "Walker's California Yiu-
egar Hitters arc a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chieily from the na
tive herbs found on the jo wet ewngeo of
tke Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted there from without the use
of Alcohol. The question is almost
daily asked. "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vixrgak 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 fnvigorator
of the system. Never before in the
history of the world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of VlXKOAa Bittkbs in healing the
sick Of everv disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver aud Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dn. Walkers
Yikkoar Bittkbs are Aperient Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Ant i-Bilious.
I G ratetu I Thousands proclaim V nr
egar Bitters the most wonderful In-
vigorant that ever sustained th sinking
No Person can take tliese 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
lMlious. Remittent and Inter
mittent 1 even, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout tho lnited States, especially
those of tho Mississippi, Ohio. Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland. Arkan
sas, Ucd, Colorado, Brazos, Kio Grande,
Pearj, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko
nnokb, James, and many othjsrs, with
their vast tribyturies, throughout our
entire country during the Summer aud
Autumn, and remarkably so luriii sea
sons of unusual heat ami dryness, are
invsriaMy accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tho stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful J wUueacn upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the ptirgioso equal to
Dr.. J. Walker's Vinkuar Bittrrs,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at tho same timo
stimulating tho secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of tho digestive oran.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its lluidswith Vinecar
Bitters. No epidemic can tako hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tho .Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tatioii of tho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the rcnnn of the Kid
ncys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcer, KrvsipuuM, Swelled Neek,
Goitre, Scrofulous 1 uilamiuaii.-ns. Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial A flections, Old
Soros, Eruptions of the Skin, Son- K yes. etc.
In these, as in nil other constitutional Dis
eases,:. Walk ku's Yinkoau Bittkus have
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism. Gout, Bilious, Remit
Livery, Sale ail M Stable, -
8AU8BURY, N. C.
We have the roughly repaired and renovated
the well known and fopular Mansion Housk
Stable, and sire prepared to accommodate all
who favor us with a call. Will keep for hire'
good safe Horses and Buggies, and Saddle Hor
ses, at moderate prices. Also, good Hacks for
excursion parties, die. Will board Horses by
the single feed, day, or-month, on special con
tract. We have a large and commodious lot
for the accommodation of country people, and
TO STOCK FARMEBS :
We also announce to the Farmer of Rowan
Ralkigh, N. C, Nov. 17th, 1873.
To the Honorable, the General Assembly :
Twelve nonths have elapsed since jour
assemblage within these halls to legislate
for the people of North Carolina, and now
you meet again to consider and mature
such measures as you may deem condu
cive to the best interest of our common
constituents. It is sy amy to giTe you
than you anticipate, when tbey feel assae every eaa, of swfiatewt capacity to receive
ed that the State is in earnest, and means to it, such an education as will qualify them,
to what she can to relieve herself from the when they arriva at the age of natality,
incubus which is pressing her to the earth, to nuke useful members of society and
The debt being ascertained, and the time efficient eo laborers in binding ap the ma-
and manner of payment agreed upor, than tend interest of the State.
tho General Assembly will have an open Your predecessors performed a noble
and smooth sea, fin fall view, and the work by providing for the education of
sailing will be plain. The debt will have the deaf, the dam ana the blind, and yon
to be fended, new bonds issued bearing hare persevered in eoutinaing the good
interest as may be stipulated, and a suffix work. Thoasands apon thousands of
father, nor mother, nor f hands, aar
to provide for their temporal i
for their eternal interests.
ADMI ViaTKATIOV OW ItMTUhhy
V oder ear form of Govern bm
male cittxen of the State, above a
age, of ordinary intelligence and
moral character, has aa eqeai right, water
the law, with any other,
the administration of josiicein oar
"V . . 1 .: J .1 .u V. :. .11 . Jll II. " i.:-.-J .U ' LC . -
information of the affairs of the State, aud ? Hf luc.UJ . w . , imY9 nu.,7 .po. r l hen w cer.0 ?mblic dmUel
I aa I may deem . U1"tu,60 fcn F"uPl tuc CJMO M,M' amrmB.w lpon every free male citiaen w
to make such soeecstions as l may
expedient and proper. It is pour duty to
aonstaerot tnose snaire, ana to appty
yourselves diligently and faithfully to
making such new laws as necessary, and
to revising and modifying each old onea,
now in force, as have been found by ex
and adjoining counties, that we have purchased necessary or deleterious.
YOUNG REBEL 0p responsibilities are great, and it le-
a fine young Stallion, 5 years old next June. M n0 10 i or 7 nPn oar
Rebel is a beautiful mahogany bav, and perfect- selves for their performance, but to look
to kind in Harness. Was sired by Rebel Devil to a high source for wisdom and assistance
of Virginia ; he by Michael Angelo; he by Ziu- , ai.X.a
sanee? he by Sir Archie; hisdaiA by Fanny to J1? them.f . .
Lucas; she by Waterloo : she by Standard : n'gnlj gratifying to me to be able
she by Monsieur Tonson. Young Rebel is a to congratulate you upon the fact that
maturity of the bonds. Every species of classes and that, too, only to qualify them
Dronertv belonging to the neoDle of the to take care of themselves in after life. No
State should be subject to an ad valorem one believes that one in a hundred of these
tax to pat the interest promptly, and to I onfortnatea can ever take upon himself
raise s sinking fund for the extinguishment any public responsibility, yet you proper
ment of the principal when it becomes due. ly deem it incumbent upon yoa to provide
uw iu u., If enough t" do this cannot be raised by with them an education. How mnch more
pertenee inefficient fore purpoae they addlom ,axalI9nf then rt to other imperaUve, then, .hould it be open yoa to
-iT u Vi L v. I means until our debt ahalLhave been paid. I train the minds of those upon whom here
to repeal such as have proved to be un n f Aerj,Inn wilfin it w dpem. t-fier w:n deTOTTe the reaoonsibnitv of fill.
ed necessary to save the honor of the ing the places you and I now oeenpy t
State, efficient measures were adopted, Many of these children, whose parents
and ways and meatus devised, to sustain are not able to educate them, will in all
a cause which bads no little instrumental!- probility, if properly instructed, be promt-
ty in reducing the State to her present neot hi controlling and directing the dee
impoverished condition. The people then tiny of the State and of the nation,
submitted to the impositions of burdens As ha been suggested on two former
although erievious to be born, sod in my occasions, your first care should be to
see the foregoing qualifications, awB ae
man, simply on account of hm ee lever Ma
ions condition of seieUede, sheaM to
denied the privilege of discharging thoae
duties, l am induced to call year
tioo to this subject because of the
plainu made to me, tbt in certain
ties, containing a Urge colored population.
(many of wbom are men of i
and worth,) the county
whose duty it is te make no
draw jurors by lot, hsve stadioaaly
ded from the jury box all bat white
sens. Such conduct on the part of
woo nave tne matter in charge
caiated to dissatisfy and irritate the
whom they ostracise, and impress
ith the conviction thai thev i
rnnmnhhrwi nv hia aira ni r..,r o ; I vt.l i 1: j : .1.. .
"13 ",l.r " r nm vnu, ui.uB tUD 1 ..n ... , mn m-n .u, ,!, .M I nrovidfi wtuvi .ii.m n rommon nd a . .. . .
2L52Tff55E-JS? Zr m M0 oroachioa its end. had made repid stride. T"w"" "'v ;r7T: LIj-T "uTirT .7 ZTJIZ ?ol,Q m 01 r awii
m m n m 1 is 1 m mi r Him iiuunri' w n av onA rt 1 m. w 1 inr rntnaairir fu i'ii jn(r ruiuii 1 11 lm ti i mm iiii ir i hi i i m ikiiiih iii mv mrii nvviv iiiiiii iii i i . .
L .:"V;. " "rr in Lhn rcnf imnrovfmnt: unorecedent- T "-V ;-.6.-"-- "-. " 1. ' "TC JMllc meted to them -wfeem
i wtNUNWDh j V j Tr ui . u i k r.k State to maintain her high character, ana uie oiate may nave tree access, ir mere eoirwd in litiration with th hiaaaM.
Stable this Pall Season on the following terms: ia " emotied into the an of the in- polluted by repodtat.on. I am fully these schools throughout the entire year, the colored popuUUon are not So 3
Single service, $5. for Season of 3 months from . n ""P"61 ,lD? "P . aware of the extent and scope of the lan- then let them be operated only during a quaJified for iurors aa are the whit Vv
5?iiW,frya,I dtt8tn.0M Sff5 LJ " 5f P guage I am using, and I also know the part of the yW. From small beginning. 0f7he prCn7 general of c2
at the end orthe Season and as soon as the groaning with the fruits of toil ;hu acres Tarious changes Inat will be rung upon it great res nits will most assuredly flow. ,1 ,,r,, Lj7 V 1 T U
mare proves to be m foal. The chango of pro have whitened with cotton, the staple Z vTr . V.Vo . . . ul .u i .u t c. pepie are aoie to read or wrMa, at ;a
p.rtr. in Ur in8unce, tUMHt& l! ZZklSL wHh JlL4mJto bl -V? Amgbout the Sum, bot When A. pl. one. . Wefiu A n rf.lio j, . w JB
ranee. The mare and toal will be held respon- ; " . . s l nave an aoiaing oonnaenee id me non- wuren wm wcrw ra mwr wuuicu num, i taere are a few in almost every coon
sioie ior ine insurance, win use every pre- I u- rwT - o--
caution to prevent accidents, but will not be
responsible for any that may occur. Will be
tnankTui for a snare of public patronage and
will endeavor to give satisfaction.
Nov. 1,1873 3m) T. 4 J.
barely enough to
$10 to $20
H. Blair & Co.
per day. Agents wanted every
where Particulars free. A.
St. Louis, Mo.
Nov. 6 1872-tf.
tne sou, nave gp, lhe cravings of hunger, rather Union in sffordiog facilities for a thorough by
to all engaged thaQ to ijTe Q affluence mod aplendor, with and complete education to every child to
r branch of in- everv fancy gratified, and lie down in within her limits. When this is done you
I pa Rt pa
RADWAVS READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after resdlng thi advertitement aaed aajreaa
strrrEB with pain.
SAD WAT' 8 BEADY RELIEF 18 A CTRB FOE
It was the first and If
esty and integrity of the people ot .North as it were, tne mere beginning ot an eau- amj a goodly number in some ef tkess,
Carolina. and am thoroughly satisfied that, cation, they will demand of the law mak- WD0 are qualified to act asjarora. ami
to save the honor ef the State, they would ers to impose heavier tsxes and establish tbeir rights should be reeoguiaed and ro
be content to eke out an existence upon schools of higher grade, until .North Caio- tDected. It is a fact which rnnt
clothe their bodies and Una shall be second to no State in the successfully controverted that befera tho
late war it was do uncommon, ecesuianoa
bite men. who did not know a
ctter in a book. aiitJn in t inrw Kn u
death with the bleeding honor of the Sute will no longer see deserted and desolate try causes of momentous importance.
lying dead by their side. places in our territory : then there will be 2fot ouly was it so in the olden times ban
I Us.m. nontlnnum Vi a T will K ify I ha mioTut inni from our miHat' no demoi" I :. L. .1.,. t- - .
, . 0 i iiuot, tium iui,m. "" " -" j" o ' o ctku at mis aav ana ibi
upon the people of some of our sister States, doQed for ki thu8 ,ully and frankir aiiziIIg iuflue0ees to entrace the young or L4 i am frce l0 ,ay tJwt jJL ,,-i.r.V.i
lias visitea our people ; ana aoove auu Qn 8Qbject which j to entrm the old . oar penitentiary, jails and jaror, M u
better thsn all, the bitter animosities which ' x f . . mQgt Brofonnd illterest. and poor houses, will be tenentlees : no rallows ;iftn. An .ku uZTTjT
, I ova I in irrna Ai OIlllDtV I Will IW rtllfn . no w P lPinDrotKU IOT ..A J
. - , . guuui " uivu i uu.v k .v -. . j .... , cuuvauuuo nuu c area b m DCTlOc
,,B..rv-,.-8... 7 7 The honor and tair tame ot my native uer conaemnea ana iosi nusoann ; no uces. If it be the law that all. aril
moiuer weepine over ine
the million from the lime the seed is put
intor the earth till it is converted into
commodities for the use end convenience
of mankind. Tobacco, the grasses, and
almost every product of the soil, have
made remunerative returns
in their cultivation. Every
dustry has prospered : no pestilence or
dreadful disease has invaded our territory ;
no terrible calamity, euch as has fallen
Sute is nesr and dear unto me. North
distinction of color or previous
short time no resentment or Ul-teellng win Caroiina Uas been a true mother to me, and once hopeful son ; no father bewailing the w eotiUed to the privileges of the Jwyy
l.nger within the breastof any intelligent, , . , . hef reDBtalk0ll hope ever lo infamy of a degraded daughter ; and these boi. then lat th U. h nromn,lw LtL.
piiirdtam Koiiio in niir StfltA. 1 UAffl let UA I - a . a . a i a a . I ;i ;ii l i l 1 I Ci. :M I . Tz s - r "
WaS BVW4U M Q w w www ' -
Oiat Instantly top the most excruciating r'n. allavs
InflammaUona, and cures Congestlona, whetbsr of th
Lungs. Stomach, Bowela, or other gland or organs, bj
IK FROM ONE TO TWENTY MIHUTB8.
K ralgU, or prostrated
A RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OK THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION Or THE BLADD1B.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
80BE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIWHBRIA
COLD CHILLS, AOUEULLa1'
The application orthe Beady .
parts where the pain or RmasW
Twenty drop In half a tumbler of water will In a few
HB a'wTBUIBN, SHRbK AkJcR'IARREA
DTSENTRRY. COUC, WIND IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS. .
TraTelers should always carry a Sills of Siad.
way's Beady Keller with them A few drops in
water will pre vent sackae or pains from ehange of
It la better than French Brandy or Dinars as a
thanks to Almighty God for the wonder
ful and happy change wrought in our
inidst and ior all ULis mercies and loving
kindnesses vouchasafed to us as a State.
Having heretofore, gentlemen, address
ed yoa at great length and placed befoie
you my views upon the subjects which i
then believed, aud still should command
yonr earnest attention, I do not deem it
hecceseary or useful, at this time, to take
AreaA ia. xhirdolar inH nnhnlri hpr snot. PVI H Will bp. haniKhftd and OUT State Will A - k I.: t j
.u-i l.a. -..j A.., I 1 - r -r - --. , 7 uciimiucs impoaee apom
au ciap our u..un .CJu,vc, - . . wllh determination and de- bloom and blossom as s garuen. uenee, tho.e wno.e dll. lt u --- - ,: tf
votion that none but ' a loyal sou, whose prosperitv and happiness will abide with they tail to perform that duty.
heart is overflowing with gratitude and us, and our childen's children will rise up i desire also to call vour attention U a
filial love, can ever feel, llcnce 1 urge and bless tne men wno proviaea sucn crying evil of the times. It is
you by all the ties that can bind you to t a rich mneniance tor mem.
our good old State ; by all the emotions rroceoa men, gentlemen auu proceea
of patriotism which spring up in your at once to this great aud grand work, de
bosoms when the name of North Carolina lay no longer, be men and fear not to tax
ia snoken : bv the veneration you have your constituents for tho purpoae of nour-
for the memory of the noble men who ishing the intellects of their offsprings
FEVER AND AGUE cared for fifty eentt. There to
not a remedial agent In this world that will cure Ferer
WAY'S PILL8 so quick as RAD WAY'S READ Y RE
LIEF. Fifty cents per bottle.
laoor upon rnvseii, or w consume your m J. Kw
time by reiterating, or more fully abo-at- bDnd B hoQeet jjd honorabie nanie
ing, the views expressed and urged upon fof 0Urr!kMt . and $ the affection you
you in my msmiw mcan-ge. -cx.s have for your childref, who are to come
carefully reiewing what is therein written ' n0 okgtaciCf 0l whstevor
I hud nothing which I desire to change, mfnttude, interpostf aad prevent yoa
and I wonld again adopt the same recom tran,mittiog to Posterity the charsc-
mendations and earnestly present them and rotation off North Caroiina as
for vour consideration, were it not that , .1 L. : i,-r, WAm
, , pura sruu no e nmcos oo i.
VUCY IB.IICU UCTCHIIUIV kU ntuic jvu.
probation ; therefore it seems proper that
I should make other suggestions, tending
towards the same end, which it is hoped will
be more acceptable to you. I proceed to
do so, as briefly as I can :
an almost every day occurrence for
sons to commit crime in broad eay tight
end in the presence of spectators, sod
some times eveu in the pteaeooa of oAW
eers of the law, and are allowed to
their CSCane without an effort bsunar
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once niled tne places you now occupy ; oy rjery eensiora imiucr wm iisjiu up juur to arrest them. I am almost
our. ancestors to lianas ana snower nis oieesings upon you
STATE DEBT AND FIXANX'ES.
tent and Intcrinittetit r'evors, Diseases of
tho J'.luoil, Liver. Kidiu'
GOME TO TI1E
And Get a G-ood Picture,
We will give you a good picture or not let ,
you take it away ; tor we don't intend that
any bad work shall go from this oflSee to in
ure us and the business. Call and try.
Up Stairs between Parker $ and Miss Me
Murray't. Call and examinA my stock of Wall Paper,
Window Shades. Writing paper. Inks dec.
Mind1 1 don't intend to be under sold.
Feb. 27, tf.
these Hitters Iihvc no equal.
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Discuses. Persons en-
nged in Paints and l ine nils, such as
lumbers, Tvin:-i-tters. (iold-lN'atun, and
Miners, as they mlvnnco in lift!, are sulji't
to paralysis of tho ItoweN. To pun-d
against this, take a dose of Walkku's Vis
Et; a k Bittkks necaxionuIlyr
For Skin Diseases Emptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Ubeuni, Hlotcluv. Spot-, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carlmnchts. King-worms,
Scald-bead, Sore Kyes. Kryxipela. Itch,
Scurfs, DiscolorntioiiH of tho Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whaterer name
or nature, are literally dnj; up and carried
out of the system in a short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the svstem of m many thousand,
are etfoctually destroyed sad removed. No
sy st cm of medicine, 'no veroiiiuga, no an
tbt'luiiuitlcs will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever yon liud its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruption?, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell vou when. Keep
the blood pure, siid the health of the system
i n. h. Mcdonald v co..
Drogfrists aad Gen. Agta.. San Kranciaoo. California,
and cor. of Washington and Chariton Su.. X. T.
Sold by all iJrugstUt aud Dealers.
H. II. McOON ALD V CO.,
TVuctrist andGen.ApU.. Ran FYancisoo. California,
ana cr. of wasiuncrton ana unanion a. x.
Sold by all Drugglsta i
HEALTH! BEAUTY I 1
rraoNO and pubs rich blood-ixckeabe
Or FLESH AND WEIGHT CLEAR 8KIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
DR. RAD WAY'S
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
AS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CTJRE8: SO
for the interest you take in the welllare
of his children, and will continue to eon-
fide in you till yoa go down to 701 r
graves with blushing honors clustering
thick around yoa.
Educate first tho masses by establish
ing separate schools for the different races,
snd grading them to suit the capacity and
advancement of the pupils. When our
finances are in a condition to do so, then
rcscusitate sod build ap the University,
eo as to afford to all each as may desire
it, an education in polite literature and in
the higher branches of the arts snd so en
cos, without the necessity of their leaving
our State to secure it. Do this gentlemen,
and yon will have erected for yoarselves
a monument more enduring than marble
or brass, Snd your names will be handed
down to the latest posterity as wise legis
lators, and benefactors to your race and
OITTCK SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES. TH
BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
Every Day ai Increase in FM
anil WeMt is Seen ana Felt
Evory drop of the FARSAPARILLIAN
VENT communicates throng
and other Fluids and juices of the system Uie rigor of
h the Blood, 8weat,
nr. for It rrnalri the waataa of OM body wUh 1
sound material, acrwaia, bjpbub, uhuudduuu,
Olandular disease. Ulcers in the throat. Mouth. Tu
mors, Nodes I n the Olands and other parts of Uie ty sum.
Bo re Ey os, Strumorous discharges from Use Ears, and
acne. Black Spots, Worms In the Flesh, TurnersCan-
wonder of MoSenielmsOy wlU
arora to any mtms mta tt hw ottbar of taea
diseaaa Its potent power to pare taisa.
If the patient, dally becoming reduced by 1
with fww material
Uie BARSAPARILLIAN will aad
U certain; for wnen once
work of purification, and
socceeda.ln diminishing the
loss ot wassas.ua repairs wm um uu. uu ci; --
wss when you
recieved it from the Hands of your prede
cessors. This you cannot do if you give
any countenance to j the pernicious and
polluting doctrtnee ot repudiation. Repu
diation will wither our present prosperity ;
it will blight our future prospects ; it will
subject us to the indignant scorn and
nnlumnl nf all tl,r orfAt nations, of the
There is no change in the status ot our . t wU1 expoge U8 to the derision of
oiate ueoi anu uuaucea siuce iu7 aito our 8j$ter gtate8 and render us contempti
to you twelve month ago. The whole I Ma in lheireyes : and it will utterly des
amount of the debt with interest, uiciua- oar manboo4 aod leave us without
ing eyery class of bonds, is something eveo OUf self-respect. Then nerve
over thirty eight millions of doilsrs. l re- yourBeives for the confiict and save the your country
anfctifullv refer vou to the report of our I o. ... i .u:
wrorthy and efficient public Treasurer for ou" irvm w" 7 obpham house
a detailed statement of the items which educatios. The Constitution (art, XL see. 8, ssys :
compose our indebtedness. It is not be j One of the most important subjects that ' There shall also as soon as practicable
lieved by one not eveu by oureeditors them-1 can possibly engage the attention of the be measures devised by the State for the
selves, that JNortli Uarolina snouia pay General Asserablv at the present time, is estaDiiguraent ot one or more Urpnan
the entire amount of her apparent liabili- , nat 0f Education. 1 have heretofore Houses, where destitute orphan may be
lies. earnestly addressed you on this subject, cared for, educated and taught somcbusi-
lt is not necessary for to me dwell upon DUt ,0 QOt fal as if sir duty will have neis or trade." This is a wise and mer
the character of the different classes of been fully performed unless I again in- cifnl provision. It is well known that
bondts or the manner in which many of Voke vonr serious attention to it. No I very few bound orphans are ever sent to
them were pn. into market ; that subject I glate can ever be prospomas or take high any school, and that most of them are
hn boon sufficient! v discussed heretofore, I PnnL amnncr her sister States, while the erowine np in irnnrar.cn of the laws of
and every member of this Gcueral Assem-1 jncuUus of ignorance is pressing with its their country. Having lost ther natural
blv is as familiar with it as 1 am. It lias I doadlv weieht noon her citizen. She protectors, and recline that society
not onlv been the theme of messages to I mav i,ave brieht and shinnine lights with- failed to afford them the means of improve
you, but it has been duly aud thoroughly I m ur borders, as exemplified by a few ment, they naturally sink Into vice and
.liaonaani) urwin the hufctincs in every coun- k'.o-Klv nolihfd sons and daughters who deeradation. and become s nlasrue snd s
w r J - . n J I s o l . . . . . -
iv nf ilifStiti'. Our nenple are all inter-I fartunata in oosscasiiieT means to
sated in il. and are earnestly desirous that! ..n-Klo them to acq ure an education
. . ...
a fair and eauitahle ailjusiuient oi it snail aualifvine them for shy posiiiou to wnicn
i. . l l . a i . t. it w . .;-- i
be made wiibnut lurtlier ueiay. ai grows t lov miLir De CaUeO, anU preparing Hsein
larmr laraet everv day, and each sue I far tke nrrforraanee af any duty, public
cessivo vear that it remaius nuadiusted or DriVate. which may devolve upon them
... r . I 1 ' .1... I r . i-i 1 I l : I ., -A
will make it a neavicr uuruvu uw i I KUt a tew aecoinpiisnea aim miruiT cuu-
iaT.nuvirs nf Lhe Slate. I cannot believe, n ,tmA mranns do not make a Sute. The
ie starts e, thai
from the circumstances attending
these escapes, that they are
because of the hone snd ex i
a reward writ be offered for thai
siou of the offenders aad oi
given to some bystander to
by an arrest of the culprit, and
with the officer who baa failed to i
arrest himself. It not unfreqwewUy bmf
pens, slier s reward has been
the criminal is soon caught ia
neighborhood where the crime
milled, thus proving, beyond
doubt, thst the sworn officers of
had been grossly derelict ia the
ot their duties. Lven after
commitment to jail, prisoners
mske their escape through the i
or collusion-af the jailor, and the Stake if
put to a heavy expense fur their recap
ture ; yei il rarely happeus that an iadiet
ment is preferred against the party akuaa
the law holds responsible for the safe
keeping of prisoner. To permit an
from custody is as much a violation OS
the criminal law, as is i
perjury or any oilier offence
as a a r i
calendar, ana jnares, oh
Grand Jurors should cause all
be inquired into and promptly
so as to punish the guilty parties
tect tne treasury or tue Male, and ve$
legislators, should see to it, that Use lew
is made so stringent as to compel these
officials to discharge this duty, if ihaj
will uot voluntarily do so.
1 wala-ht lncr
tnt nnl Anmm taa
a niaailia sT tad Saia dlasati. bat U U las
only poaltlTo cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaint,
l-rlnarv unrl Womh diaeaaea. GrareL Diabe
H Lao Dam of Walar. IacoarlaaTico of Ursaa, Brkxat'a
,ua Albuminuria, and In all cases where there are
briek-dnst denosits. or Uie water is thick, cloudy, mixed
I me IBM wiuto ui au BKa, ur mrewu I
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bOfcaaat aaaear
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there
a pricking, burning sensation when passing water, aad
pun in Uw Small of the Back and aong tEe Lolas.
THE GREAT POISON NEUTRALIZED
A Sure Preventive and certain cure or
chills Am nvam,
all species of Miasmatic diseases.
Send for circular.
C. R. BARKER 6c CO.
Persons wishing pure homemade liquors and
the very best imported wines can always nna
them ai the Sta it Saloon, on
.Va in Street, 3 door below the Salisbury House.
All ml whiskies and Brandies are obtained
direct from the beat and moat reliable distillers
in N . C. I keep no others. My wines are im
ported and are of the best varieties as any judge
a r . 1 a a a S 1 V
mav see by calling and examining ior niniacu.
. J. A BN1DEB.
Tumor of 19 Tear'
Cured by Jtadtvay'
DR. RAD WAY'S
perfectly tasUlos., ajM jostsd wttSiraraat m
Ueadac WoDUtncineas. IndUaa.Drs-
Vwcera. Warraated to effect a posture cara. JITrl
w aaawaajA aa raU AArl f sa 11 I rkaT VSO ITfti5 TO O FT aXalBsSf Aaat Off C
burden to the 8ute. But when destitute
orphans learn their obligations lo God and
to their fullowtmen, and are taught to
support themselvre by some honorable
occupation, they rise shove those tempta
tions whieh usually ensnare the ignorant,
l a r t m it
and become asetul and res pec table eiti-
aeus. The Constitution therefore sanct-
and will not believe, that auy considora- I niagso( the -people constitute the Sate aud ions sound political economy, and sympa
ble portion of the people of North Carolina I ive and character to it. A few per- ibises with unfortunate humanity by re-
nfill r onnent thai UUV Dal I OI I UC miv itivk CrfSLe IO SOCWIY in S SUiail I UBiniir NDe SBIlSUie unTIIUIl Kir ilir
Imnest rlht shall be reuudiated. Our pec neighborhood or in a limited circle, but a protection and training of the mnltitude
. . i . l , fc , I I .( i i a : si j
h p mav become bautrupi in propervj, I Suite w ill be indeed by tne cnaracier auu oi iatnriuM, moiueriess, inennicaa auu
r . ... ; J i I . ... . " 1 . l i I :l I i J J 1
penniless orpoans, wnoee BVJ ana arrw-
ii eee m
thev consent to bec me bankrupt In I wuo constitute its entire population ; who tul silence should be ineir most eioqueni
ew . r .l a i
vnutation bv reoudraung any part ot a I choose its law makers : who control lie
debt which the State honestly owes, and destinies, and who sbpe its morals. With-
whieh she has once plighted her Uilh to nul education there is no enlightenment.
pay. While she exisU as a btaie, hei Ignorance blights the mmd and dwarfs
aona desiro. and are determined, to hold lhe intellect : it debases all the nobler in-
their heads erect among their brethren of B,inf.tg nd degrades man lo the level of a
. t aa a I . a -a r . a . S 1 .1 I
ther States, and proudly claim to De Drute ; it demolishes eliurcbes and rears so lar oy tne enninoutions or ine ocneTo-
citisens ot North Carolina, wno is too bon-1 grog shops upon their ruins; it destroys lent- and so rigid m ine economy witn
rat tn r.-m.Hia W- ller debt although she may ...hoola and seminariis anderecu gambling which it is managed that its officers are
.. .1 . a r i r 1 1 1 . : I ... 1 .L.. . 1. .. . .1 A. .11- m
be loo poor to pay it. . ! saloons and dens oc miauiy u puimuuu wniniwu n
r 1 . - , ,- . r 11(1 .1 I :ii i t j . I ..a I. . a a mm . . n
ti.,. iU,n,i i anneal lo vou. to i ii,.ir noad it nnsjia man to ininii tue win eniure iouu. ciuiuiiie auu '-iuhhum
a ucu, gciim.ui i trr I i t as-
ini.lv- vonraplvoa at once, and without de- hivh rltin v for whieh he was created and for two hundred indigent orphans.
rrv J' ; . . . . . I ; , , .1 mi ..Il1: .i . -r 1
lav to the task of devising ways anu pro- 1 naakes nun a drone and niien an onicnst 1 rHTrnanenw cfiaoueiiaieuioi m swawa
' . o . r 1 1 . . j 1 1 y 11 i . 1 r u , i i
in society : unvumucrea crus jimioic in 111 one orunsii """ v.hmiij
' . .1 I I is .1 Ul
niip.-ra: ive duty to oea- 1 pmclicaoie, anu inn people ny uieir ner-
Tbe Orphan House at Oxford, with
sixty room- and ample grounds, was
opened in rebuary last, and is now let-d
ing, clothing and educating more than one
hundred children, it has hoea supported
A fewdoaas of RADWAVS PTLLS win fTae Item
tern from all the abore named disorders, rnee,ae earns
viding means to free your State from ber
pecuuiary cmharrHssments. Fhst to work,
to ascertain boa much she owes that ought
to be paid ; then wek an inU rview wub
her creditor." snd lesrn on what time and
on what terms, their claims can be paid,
j You will find the large body of the credi
tors much more libcial, aud accomodating,
tratn. It is vonr 1
nlov everv means Within vour power lo al contribution hv shown a teaslcr in
destrov this bvdra beaded monster ; it is I tereasin it sneer and m rraaueixe
yonr duly to afford means for educating j Yoav attention ia therefore in vtnd to this
the risinr eeneralion : to strike the scales I subieeS, and th- Iv.pe espniaaed that you
e : . ...1 mub ilia ininiL nf 1 mav find il nract icsble to An anim-thiiie
The commissioners, appoints! by
set of this General Assembly at its 1
session, lo arbitrate and adjaat the
lea growing oat of the mamagemee
litigation of the Western North
Railroad mailers, have given the
their earnest consider! ion, and white
have not been able to adjaat i
lie it baa beau l heir steady
rescue from the present wreck all
possibly be saved. As the
for accomplishing this, I hag
suggest aom legislation, by
railway system may yet be
our State aad for tbe benefit of oar
lhe internal improvement poliey
State, aa plainly indicated by
for the last quarter of a cenlury,
lo establish a grand trunk or line of
way from Beau (oil Harbor to the
see and Georgia made- First we haaiAa
charter for tbe North Carolina Raafasi
Company, then followed the Ataaatie asts
North Caroliiia aad the Western NarwS
Carolina llailroad Cnmpaaies trai
the whole Slate from East to West,
line from-Salisbury to Paiut Rock
in '.ended lo form a couneciion. wlussalwiy,
with Memphis, and that areas Aslem
in the direction of Daltoa to cooaee aiaV
mately, with lhe Ueorgui
would form importaAil tribuu
Za ortb t aroliua ttailroad aad raw ap
M a ' . at. . aa
uesignca, a an 11 was oenevea areaue
eeoirate a basiuess over said
eastern terminus, a line of
the children of tbe Sute, and to afford to for those of tender years, who have neither lurlferT1- we" 1,0 fcrkcU-
June 19, Omo. pd.