, .: "' ''am- . -:;.assjesBn Liji .amfmmmtu iwrnmuw -m j M'ifjiwiwwrii.. am L 1 y ijiiipij i iiiiiirwiMppywilMwwiii i Mwwwwww,BMp,,pW
TU the part f t coward to brood
O'er the fast that is withered and dead.
What though the heart's roaeaare ashes and
What though the heart's music be fled ?
8til! shiue the graud heavens o'erhead.
Whence the voice of an angel thrills clear on
"Gird about thee thine armor, press on to
the goal !
at the faults or the Crimea of thy youth
Are a burden too heavy to bear,
What hope cm reblooua on the desolate
Of a jealous and craven despair f
Down, down with the fetters of fear !
I the strength of thy valor and manhood
Ml. I Jimft
With the faith that Illumes and the will
"Too late" through God's infinite world,-
From Hit throne to life's uethermost
-Too mk.'" is a phantom that flies at the
Of the snnl that repents and aspires.
If pure thud has made thy dusires.
There's no height the strong wing of immor
tals may gain
Which is striving to reach thou shalt atirve
for iu vain.
Than up to the contest with fate,
Unbound by the past, which is dead !
What though the heart ,s roses are ashea and
What though the heart's music be fled ?
Still shine the fair heavens o'erhead ;
And sublime as the angel who rules in the
Beams the promise of peace when the eon
flict is won 1
A Cure FOR Consumption. A cor
respondent writes as follows about the
sanitary power of a very well known
plant : I have discovered a remedy for
pulmonary consumption. It has eared a
amber of cases after they had commenc
ed bleeding at the lungs and the hectic
iuslwwns already on the cheek. After
trying this remedy to my own satisfac
tion, I nave thought philanthropy requir
ed that I ahonld let it be known to the
world. It is the common mullin, steeped
strong and sweetened with coffee sugar,
and drank freely. The herb shonld be
gathered before the 5th of July, if con
venicnt. Yonng or old plants are good if
dried in 'lie shade, and kept in clean pa
per bags. The medicine mnst be contin
ued from three to six months, according
to the nature of the disease. It ts good
for the urinary vessels also. It strength
ens the system, and builds np instead of
taking away tho strength. It makes good
blood, and takes inftamation from the
lungs. It is the wish of the writer that
every perodtcal in the United State,
Canada and Europe shonld pnblish this
receipt for the benefit of the human fami
ly. Iny this np and keep it in the house
ready for nee.
To Blkach Cotton. A very good
method to bleach cotton cloth is to soak
It In butter milk for a few days. Another
way is to make good snds, put from one
to two table-spoonfuls of turpentine into
it; before putting in the clothes. Wash
aa usual, wringing the clothes from the
boil, and drying without rinsing. By
using but one table-spoonful of turpentine
in the first suds on washing days it will
save half the labor of rubbing, and the
clothes will never become yellow, but will
remain a pnre white.
Rev Joseph R. Wilson, D. D.t of the
Col a nibirt Theological Seminary has been
called to tho pas to rage charge of the First
Frerbyterian Choreh in Wilmington.
are 85 banks and banking insti
State and National, in Virginia,
lenting a capital stock of 87,2 13.326
60 ; of which the city of Richmond has
The guns taken from the Virginia Mil
itary Inrtitute by Gen. Hunter dnring the
war will be restored to the Institute, an
order to that effect having been issued by
the Secretary of War.
Maryland Siamese Twins. On the
6th of February, at Tobaccos tick, Doi ches
tej county, Maryland, Mary Traverse,
wife of Thomas Traverse, colored, gave
birth to female twins something like the
law Siamese pair. They are united by a
fleshy band from the lower part of the
hsjssaat.bone to the abdomen, and face to
face. One was born dead, the other lived
minutes and had ita arm around the
one's neck. Dr. Beniamin Smith
has bought and preserved the bodies.
Spanish correspondent says : Mad
rid goes to bed at 8 A. M , breakfasts at
1 P. M., takes a siesta before going to the
bull-tight at 4. drive afterwards, dines at
?, and later begins business. There are
than abject enough to retire at night and
rise hi the morning. They are shopkeep
ers and secretaries of legations possessed
of conscience; conscience emulates the
lark it rises early,
at Hi .
?r, Colorado, is destined to become
one of the most impoitant points in that
section of tha United State. During the
past year its population has increased over
Jlfjhl thousand ; while the real and person
al property valuation of Denver for the
vear 1853 was $9,331,100, in 1808 it was
A Nrc.ro Confesses on his Death-
Bk the Murder op a Man for which
AN 1 NNOCKXT PKBSON SUFFERED ON THE
U allow. The Mill ford (Del.) News
says that John Yoanf, (colored.) sn old
snan who died near Frederica. Kent conn-
last oundaj morning, confessed just
his death, to one John Madison,
MWt aitenaent, that he (loong) was
the. man who killed the old peddler, for
sell a murder of whosn one Edward Darnell
aftw convicted and bnng few years ago
Dover. It will be remembered that
peddler's body was found in a
, bornbly mingled, and ahow
indication of having sset with
foul play. Circumstances pointed to the
tell and a Man named W ilium
ho were arraigned. Loner suc
lod in proving an alibi, was acquitted.
,nd the boy convicted and hong. If this
story is true, and there seems no reason
lo doaht it, it affords another illustration
of the fallibility ol circumstantial evidence,
and thfi possibility of hanging the inne
cent tor the geuty.
"IVt1 - I, i'r.V'BMHBrfl ! .1 If S -At. tt - EK .. ...-aBab 1 : A IT Ml . --- IX
i i Columbia (S. C.) Phoenix.
The average New England mind, whether
on ita own soil or planted in a more conge
nial climate, is a peculiar one. It pursues
the dead with its calumnies with aa much
warmth as if ita object waa living and could
defend itself from attack. Such was not the
mind of Charles Sumner. When some oue
of this class not a great while ago, men
tioned the difficulty which he had with
Preston Brooks, with a view of pandering to
a supposed surviving resentment in bis breast,
he rebuked it with warmth, aaying that
whatever "Brooks' faults, and all have faults.
the grave had exempted him from any fur
ther remembrance of them. He bad noth
ing bat tenderness to express concerning
him. Not heeding this example, not capa-
e of appreciating tbtr forgiving spirit.
many newspapers, and not a few orators.
having embraced th occasion cf bis tleatb
to revive this unhappy controversy. He
died forsooth, of the wounds inflicted by
Brooks, eighteen years ago! He was a
martyr to his bold advocacy of principle !
He was struck down by a furious slave
holder, because he denounced the institution
which, once planted in Massachusetts and
other New England and Northern States.
had gradually gone out there, and ouly re
mained alive in the Southern States ! Such
misrepresentations do dishonor to both
Brooks and Sumner.
We knew Preston Brooks well. With
the heart of a lion, he had a spirit as gentle
as a woman's. He was impulsive, but a
stranger to every' form of meanness, cow
ardice or detraction. In the assault on Mr.
Sumner, he had great provocation.
Curb fob Lockjaw. A correspon
dent of the Scientific American recom
mends turpentine as a care for lockjaw.
He says : "Let any one who has an at
tack of lockjaw take a small quantity of
turpentine, warn it and poor on the wound,
no matter where the wound is, or of what
nature it is, and relief will follow in less
than one minute. Nothing better ean be
applied to a severe cni or bruise than cold
turpentine ; it will give certain relief al
most instantly. Turpentine is also a
sovereign remedy for for croup. Saturate
a piece of flannel with it and place it
on the throat and chest, and in very se
vere cases three to five drops oft a lamp
of sugar may be taken inwardly. Every
family should have a bottle on hand."
The remedy is simple and easily tested.
In all serious cases an application ahonld
be made under needful advice.
THE EVENING CRESCENT,
A Uoiiservtive Bail: Paper,
RALEIGH N. C.
Reliable, High-Toned. Courteous.
T. B. KINGSBURY, ...
Daily $5.00 for six months ; $2.20 for three
months : 50 cents for one month.
Olobs of ten $47,00.
THE WEEKLY CRESCENT.
A Paper for the Family
One year $1.50 ; Six month 75 cent ; Three
months 40 cents. Clubs of Five $7; Ten
313.50 ; Twenty $23.00 : Twenty-Eve 27 50
Crescent Publishing Co.,
Raleigh, N., C.
March 12, 1874 tt
The Bight Mason,
CONCORD N C.
The Only Paper ih tae Southern
Devoted Entirely to
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR!
Circulation now ; 6500.
Clubs of 20, or more, . 75 cts.
Every MTASON in the land should sub
scribe. . n
Publishers Bright Mason,
- Coneo-d N. C
Ltf" A lltnitel number of objectionable
Advertisement will be received.
Jan 29 1874 tf.
The Wilmington Star
ESTABLISED Onl SIX YEABS
Ha the LARGEST CIRCULATION of
any Daily .Newspaper in the State, and a circu
lation in Wilmington Naerly Twice as
Large as that of any other paper.
All the news of the day will be found in it
condensed when unimportant, at length when
of moment, and always presented in a clear, in
temgeni aim interesting manner.
SUBSCRIPTION (In Advance)
Une rear, $7.00
Six Months. 3.50
Three Months, 2.00
THE WEEKLY STAR is how combined
with the CAROLINA FARMER, and is one
of the cheapest papers in the country, at the
One Copy, One Tear. .
One Cony, Six Months,
lCluba of 6 to 10, Of
One Year, 1 .25
fc-Clubs of 10 or more,
only 91.00 per Oopy.
LSptfcimeu Copies sent on applica
WM. H. BERNARD,
Editor A Proprietor,
W1L.M1SUTOH, N. C.
Dec 4 1873,-tC
200 HAED CF
Cattle Waal ted.
The andersiirned wishes to purchase Two
Hundred flue Beef Cattle, for which he is
prepared to pay the highest cash prices.
He woa'd also inform the Citizens
Salisbury that he is furnishing the mark
et with beet tour tines each week : namely
on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat
J Re was County ia the Superior Cssrt
Matthew O. Bxattt "I
vinuo u vbisii j
THE STATE OF MORTH.CAROUN A,
To ! he Sheri ffof Rowan county GREETING :
You are hereby Commanded to summon
Cyrus S. Bennett, the Defendant above nam
ed, if be be found within your County, to be
and appear before the Judge of our Superior
Court, at tbe Court to be held tor the County
of Rowan at the Court house in Salisbury, on
the 4th Monday after the 3d, Monday of March
1874 and answer the Complaint which will be
deposited in the office of the Clerk of the Super
ior Court of said County within the first three
days of the next term thereof, and let the said
Defendant take notice that if he fail to answer
the said Complaint the time prescribed by taw
the Plaintiff will take judgement against him
for the mm of Fifty-eight Thousand and Two
hundred Dollars with interest on the same till
Herein fail not, of this Summons make due
Given ander my hand and the seal of said
Court, this 24th day of December 1873.
JOHN A. BOYDEN,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan County
i eb. 29 1874 Six w.
THE FIRST GREAT SALT LAKE GIFT
Concert, authorised by and nnder the im
mediate supervision of the city authorities of
Corinne City, for the benefit and in aid of the
Public Free School,
The Only free School in Utah Terr'y.
Trustees of Public Free School
flnnr: & ITnwo I
v uihi kj nvitvi r
J. S. Crerisn- and Alex. TOPOnce.
$ 2 2 6, 5 0 0
GRAND GIFT CONCERT,
TO BE HELD AT THE
OnPVfl TTnilSP Titv nf r,ArintlA
VI m"mi vvuv,
March 3 1st 1874.
Depository, Bank of Corinne. -
500,000 TICKETS !
PRICE, $1.00 Each,
SIX FOR FIVE DOLLARS.
$226,500 IN GIFTS !
AS FOLLOWS :
1 Grand Cash Gift..
11,000 each 5,000
500 each 10,000
100 each 10,000
50 each 10,000
20 each...;. 14,000
10 each 6.000
5 each 6,500
1 each 50.000
52,934 Cash Gifts amounting to
ONE CHANCE IN EYERY
The distribution will be in public and will be
made under the same form snd regulations as
the ban franctsco and Louisville Library tiift
Concerts, nnder the supervision of a committee
of prominent citizens selected by the the ticket
Reference as to the intejrritv of this enterprise
nd of the management is made to the following
wen Known citizens ;
ii i .
Sam. L. Tibbals, A. Toponce. J. Malsh. J
H. Oerrish Members of City Council.
Judge T. J. Black, Ass't U. S. Assessor.
Malsh A Greenwald, Proprietors Metropolitan
Hotel; Eugene Moore Uity Marshal ; W. W
Hull, Architect; Kehoe, Constable : J. Kupfer.
Jeweler; Oapt. . 11 owe, Const ract or ; (). I
Richmond & Co., Commission Merchants; M
E- Campbell, Proprietors Central Hotel : Sin
gleion& Creath, Proprietors Pacific Stables
r. Hitch, Merchant, Sandy, Utah : A. Cx
Garrison. Helena, Montana.
We will also announce that each and everv
person buying a ticket can at any and all times
examine our books and all business tranactions
connected with the enterprise: and as the draw
J & " ! .a .
ing oi prizes win oe placed in the hands of hon
est and disinterested men. it will insure a fair
and impartial distribution.
Good Responsible Aean s Wanted. Liberal
Money should be sent bv Exnress or bv
Draft on any solvent hank, bv Postomce Monev
Order, or Registered Letter at our risk. For
E. W. MORGAN, Manager.
novl2d33 ock Box 158. Corinne. Utah
Jan. io4 zmos.
T . 4 r mm j jm.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Rev. J. B. B0BBITT, Editor & PubUsher.
ESTABLISHED IN 1855.
CIRCULATION IN THE S2A1E.
Religion, Literature, Science, Art,
we ws, and Oeneral Intelliyence.
VJT 1 UK
1. Carolina Conference'
M. E. Church, South.
It has its support, and the eontinned aid oi
i mioisiers, (all of whom are agents) to
wards increasing its circulation.
we otter no premiums. The Advocate
suiuaa upon its mstrinsic merits.
w nue it i Methodistic in doctrine, it will
coaiain news trow all ch&rches, so as
aaaae it a welcome visitor to the intelliirent
readers of all denominations.
Its wide and increasing circulation makes a
MUSI EXCELLENT ADVERTISING
MEMIUal F.OR BUSINESS MEN
Terms, $2.00 Per Annum, in Advance.
1.ZD For Six Months.
The cheapest paper in tbe State.
$72 00 EACH WEEK
Agente wanted everywhere. Baainess ssrictlv
lesjiumste. Particulars free. Address,
36 ly. J. WORTH 4 CO.. St. Louis. Mo.
THE NEW FAMILY
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
We claim and can show that it is the chsaj-
. most beautiful, delicately arranged, nicely
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
of all the Family Re wine Machines. It is re
markable not only for the range and variety of
its sewing, but-also for the variety and diQerenl
kinds of texture which it will sew with equal
facility and perfection, usina silk twist, linen or
cotton thread, fine or coarse, making the IBTXR-
LOCKED-IXASTIC-3TITCH, alike Ofl DOtA SlOeS
the fabric sewn. Thna, bea-er clotn, or teainer,
may be sewn with great strength and uniformity
of stitch; and, In a moment, this willing and
never-wearying instrument may be adjusted lor
fine work on gauze or gossamer tissue, o tne
tuckinsr of tarlatan, or rnfflina:. or almost any
other work which delicate fingers have been
known to perform.
And with its simplicity of construction; emse
of operation ; uniformity of prxcisk action at
any spued; capacity for range and variety of work,
one or coarse leaving an rivals oeuinu i.
We wiih nleasure refer the public to the Gold
and Bronze Medals snd Diplomas awarded to
revciui ill Aumiia ni iiic aj ... . ..... . ,
where we were swa rded five Medals Merit, Pro-
" . , .. . - I
Machines. But it eives ns ranch ereater pleasure,
to present to the public the sworn returns of sale,
a... . a a . a a " A
(to which any one can have recess) of the diner
ant Manufacturers of Machines, for the last four
years, made to the receiver appointed ay toe
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, snd
hica shews tke precise number of maclunes
sold by each Company.
1869 1870 1871 1873
Slnrer ManofaeHng Co., 84.181 187.88 ll.we JJ -i
Whe-lar 4 Wilson do T8JS? ia.ww
75, li6 S4.U1U MO.W.U
.., a Bake. 8wln
M chine Co., Sb,S
RmimIIa S -.In. do
Weed few na do 19,637
89.665 43 444
Wilcox t Gibbe 0 17,201
A -iTicur Button-Hole Over-
fsemirie Machine Co- 7.7M
Ooli Medal do
13 662. IS SSI
Florence do 1861
a. P. Howe do
Davli - do
15,947 1ft 70S
Blees - do
Uetnlnrtnn Vmplre do
i. K. Braunadorf da
BarUett, Reversible do
Hart ram k Pantun do
Oiivlnal Hove do
Pinkie k Lyon do 1.339
etra Co 4 .vis
Kmt ire d 8 700
Pa' ham do 1,141
J. O. Fo'ron do
C. P. Tli tmon do
Dnlon BuUon-Uo'e do
La-ariU do T71
The reader will nm note that although it is
charged that Sewing Machines are old at en
ormously high pricen, yet he will ee that never
al firms, that were in existence have tailed or
abandoned an amprotilable business.
We respectful! solicit a call from all parties
tlesinnff a first class Sewing Machine.
At our Store near the Public Square will be
LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
for Tucking, Cording, Unfiling, Ac.
Also Silk, Linen, and Cotton Threads,
.Needles, Uli, &c.
Sing-er Llanufacturing Co
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
Oct. 2-tf. Agent.
rt, r 1 r -ir l- .
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in ih
ZXT VALUABLE GIFTS I
10 BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. SINE S
166 REGULAR MONTHLY
To be drawn Monday, May tth, 1874.
TWO GRAND CAPTIOAL OF
$5,000 EACH IN GREENSBACKS !
Two prizes $1,000")
five prizes $500 V Each in GREENBACKS.
Ten prizes S100 )
1 Horse & Bnegv. with Silver-mounted Har-
nero, worth $600
One Fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth fcioO!
Ten Family Sewing Machines, - - worth $100
Fire Gold Watches & Chaim, worth $300 earh
Fire Gold Atn&irsm Jfuniiiw HtTnfokrm Hnrll
Ten Lcdlaf Gold Huntina Watches. Worth $100
800 Gold and Silver Lev Hunting Wmtche
(in ott.) worth from $20 to $300 each.
Gold Chain, Silver-ware. Jewelry Ac, dkc.
of Gifts, I
Tickets Limited to 60,000.
AGENTS WANTED to Sell Ticket,
to whom Liberal Premiums will be Daid.
Single Tickets $1 ; Six Tickets $5 ; Twelve
Tickets $10 Twenty-five Tickets $90.
Circular" containing a full list of prize, a dc
ncription of the manner of drawing, and other
iniormauon in reference to tbe Distribution.
win oe sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters must be addressed to
-11 1 . . - ' 7. .
MAisomcR, L. D. SINE, Box 86.
101 W. Fifth SU CIKCIKKATl, O
Having been appointed Special Cornrois-
siouer to take evidence in what is known as
Southern War Claims for North Carolina,
all persons who have filled their applications
with the Commissioners of Claims at Wash
ington, under Act of March 3, Wfl, can
nd TA rluauxAii! a. i
upwiuous as to loyalty and loss oi
property taken before me either through
themselves or their Attorneys.
My fees as Commissioner aast be paid in
JOHN M. COFFIN,
January. 22 itil-T r"iMl""'
Cnssnmsj ssw.1 . , rr
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Re Ra Re
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
j CURES THE WORST PAIXS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
MOT ONE HOUR
after re lag this drcrHacmeat na4 any mm
suffer with pant
ra swat's re apt fcvliev is a cubs for
jr. It was tha Mas hi
Xiao Only Pain RomtMly
IuSamnia:tn. ami rurw Cowetew. w Write r Jf rW
lutntlv amp '
Klomaoh. Howakv or other jteaate or oraaa. br
oa pr:icj;l. n
ik fro a ova to twextt xixcts.
no Miter how violent or exrrucUtlaa; Iter rain Mia
BHKt MAT1 Iteri rMAea. I.iSnw. Crtepte. Km mm.
eralsic, or prostrated with dUeaac may raffsr.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Witt. iVFTDRD TXTANT E
FUUiXATll'l nr THIS KIUETH.
ixn.aATt:iv r tub uladdvs
ISVLASSATtyM Of Tfi K RwA F.IA f
i-ns-JFsTiON ov Tna LCJtna,
SOSBTHBOAT, D1KFH LI I liitKVTHlMl
rAl.r!TTTOV Of TllR trtABT.
UTSTEBICS, CBOCP. DltTKBBJA.
OATARKQ. IXFLt T.XZA.
HEAD AC HE, TOOTHACIIB
N M'B A f.Ot A. BUEI V AT.'SM.
colo cnti.w. Aorn rMtiXS
Ttic applicailMi i.rtltr Bra4 y Brllortn Ihr pari ar
part w h rc lUe palu or o.fli ..! raUi will adbrd raa
a no f.asjM 1 otT.
eatjr arorm In hal rain mtle r of wa'er win in a rw
icnn rurr CKAMIV SftsMf. UH KTl A i (L
Hsuararax. kick n--. pai-iik. t-; .ki;i-..k.
DYHKNTF.BV. ODLIff. WIND IS TIIU HuVViu,
nd all INTERN K I. I'AlN 4.
. Trarelrr .lion 1.1 l. frr a bottle mf Hm4
Wrmy'm Read)' Keller n uli lm. a few drw. In
water 'will prrvr-nt .tcltiw. k yn (rmmt cmwr mf
water. It U better than French Kma.lv uf BltUrt a a
FEVER AhD AGUH.
' I PKVER AND Ail IX coreO for BPr r- .. Titer h
t a rewtetllal b-viii In trtia wurltl thai will ntrr r. . . r
and Aitue. aud all oilier Malari.it. Riku. Marlri.
TVphl. V.1I..W. anal otltrr vv. r- llUrd Or KAI
WAV'S I'lI.IX mm qoicll w RA1W AT S KKaOT KK.
LIKF. Filly crnu ur bui:l.
HEALTH! BEAUTY ! !
OF VUMII Ail WKIIIT 4'l.li tK MCIX A.NU
BJUUTIFUL COMl'UaXloN aCCKl To AU.
DR. RAD WAY 9 8
Smapari Ji2n itolrait
THE CREAT DLOOO PUFFIER.
HAS HAPR TUT. VOT J VTONI5rmCO fVUEM: SO
Ul'li'K S ka-IO AUK T.IK ' M A V-.K-. TflK
HOIlY C.SU1 ll .ui s, I NDKIt TUB INKI.l KS. K
OK Til iS TULL.V WOXDKBPVi. JUtPICUtSV
Eyery Day zi Increase ia M
ait WaiM is Seen ani lell
Krerr drop nf tbff S.VRSAr aBIUJAK KStaOU
'KNT rxiMiiiuuivalrn Uiniucl: '.A Bl-w.!. Harrat I'm.
nit other KlakUanrt JiiIcmoT the ricm tha Ttagf mf
llle. ,r it repairs the jim of iHk l.'1r with I
wiuii't malt-rial. ' r..i ula. Stplnlia. CatMfcMMBtiMa,
(llaixltilar illxn l'lcm in tin. throat. Mouth. TV
nun. Nudealti lheOlandanil iUxr .ri..f tU ,tia.
Sore Erca. Strumor.,:1.. dnrhanrii i nun Ur fear and
tba wunt lortns of Nkut i:itjv Known. n. Prrrr
Sorc, Scald Head, UiiiK Worm . Haft Rrwnm Rrt npi m.
Acna, lilac k Hmu, Worm In u.c Klrh. TniMora. fan
sem iu llm ffmnb. and all wraavainc and iiOil Shv
the life principle, are vrlilihi tha curative range n thu
wonder of Modam :hcmltr'. ami a tew nara' n HI
rove to any person until itf -r cIiIkt oi Uicm furm of
eharri-a. JUphl wcam. I I Sperm ami all 11 win mi
aiaac tu potent x.rer to cure them.
If the ..lU-nt, ilailiaico:iiiii2 reduced hr the wi
drcoiuposltloii that U C"i:tinuallr protrrvr.ih.
cwu in arremiiiu thec wuMca. and repaira th lama
wim new niairrn.i ni.i'icirom neaitnv blood it.1 ihu
the SARSAfARII.I.l AM will and dm iK-var a cure
la eaetwen ; fnrwata cnteo Imm reflieU v ejaaataaa thl
work of purification, amt (iiicceeiKin dimiifUhlnt IN
Iom at w.i.tr. it repair will be rapid, and even Say
the patieht ill i tl UiuiKli trowUirf Lcuc. and i renter,
tbe loud diw'cMina litter, appetite Improving, and Baah
aiKl wrlclit inc-roavlnfl.
Not only doe the KaaatraKiuxtx Rboltit axeal
II known remedial t,ttf in the con of Chrrwic Sera
fulous. tVjntktttioii.-C and akin fUnam; MA a la lha
Kidney S Uladder ConttAaintst
Vrinary and Womb (IIvok-i. Oraret. Piabera. Prvnsr,
steppage of Wator. Incoiiiineneeor L'rine. Biiabi'a OU
tm, AllMimliiurta. and iu all cae wlmt there ar
brick dut iU'poltm. or the water i tblrk, rtndr. mixed
wilb Mih-tain-ea like the white wi an egg. or ihreadt lika
while ilk. or there U a mrMd, dark. Milan appear
n . an I white loc dn.t depmita, and w It. n In. t m
a prir-kiiK. i - .nn.' urueathm ki pauimj water, and
pa. ii t:i Ibvt htuait i ' the Bck an. I alvlrg the Lotna.
Tumor vf 1J Year Growth
Cured by liadtvay'a lU-tolvent.
perfectly tate'c. t letrantlv eoaie.1 with tweet g-nm.
waj I'll I v lor thaawre vl all daairrtar ol UM lHa
l.iv.r k.mrl. Ki.ln, Hl.l,l,r Nr
ilead.iche. riiuiii: C.10 . net. Indlgi illim. Dya
pa paie, anlUn-o-. Birkma reeer. InSninagrbwi t tha
Bowel. J'ilr. and all l- niigui. in tha lauinnl
Viaeera. Warranled tneflret a t--Hlre cure rare It
VefvtaMa, containing uu utcrc , , mineral w aeiaaarv
A few doaa of RADTT.VT S TILLS will frna lha ey-
lam from all the ale.i named dUurUer. rrtce.Staenta
per Box. SOLO it Y lKUOtlTH. iT
RR AO " K. LK AMI TBt'L.- Send te letter
IMP to RttiVAT k TO, Xo. S3 Warren Ber
1 orr tnroruiatioii w.irtn iMMantla wui ba
TIIK GREAT REMEDY FOB
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as hat been
proved by tbe hundreds of
testimonials received by tbe
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is ofierod to the public,
sanctioned by tbe experience
of over forty years. 'When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cine in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, "Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, CoJds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in tbe Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. AVistar's
Balsam docs not dry op a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the ease with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing tho cause of
V. FOWLS A ton,
liknd Deeds, Trustee Deed
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriffs
Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, jfcc
For Sale at this offie,
ar, jBnSBEBHKe' sawaik
avaaT ' ' daaam
gasr jH gssaswW Bj
Dr. J. Walker's California Yt.
egar Bitten are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chieSv from toe na
tive her be found on tuo lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without tbe ose
of Alcohol. Tho question la almost
daily asked. "What is the cause of tbe
unparalleled success of Vinbcau Bit
tiers?" Our answer ia, that tboy remove
tbe cause of disease, rfml tbe patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and ft lifc-pivinp; principle,
a perfect Heuovator aud Invigorater
of tbe system. Never before In tbe
history of the v. "rid has a medicine been
compounded prwemana; tfie remark sMa
qaalities of VibkoaS liirncas ia healint tba
sick of every dicae man is heir to. They
are a gentle Hnirjrative aa veil aa a Tooie,
relierinc Con pen on or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs in Bihoos
Dii 1 sa is
The properties of Da. WAi.rita's
ViytOAS BiTTKSS Jt Aperient. Diaphoretic,
Carminative. Nutritions, Laxative, Dinretie,
Seihuive, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Aitera
tive. and Anti-Bniobs.
Gralelui J housjinus pn.aiui Vix
xssjt Bittk&s the most Bonder ful In
fiforant that ever sustained th sinking
No Person ean take these Bitters
according to direct ions, and remain long
unwell, provided their hones ate not de
stroyed by mineral poison or oilier
means, and vital -organs wasted beyond
Billons. Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevrrs, which aro so preva
lent in tho valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United State-, especially
those of the ali&SisKippi, Ohio. Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland. Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado, Bnusoa. Kio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, tiirvmRhout our
entire count it dnriug the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tuo auittdcb and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a ponr
, erful inllucnco upon these various or
pins, is esBcnthrlly necessary. There
is no cathartic for thu uiruso equal to
DR. J. '. I.KKkfs VlNKtiAR IllTTKKS,
M they v ill Kpeoilily remove the dark
colored viscid iimitcr with v hich the
bowels arc kiadftl, at tho same time
stimulating tho Secretions of tho liver,
ami generally erstoring t!io healthy
functions of tlto iligestivo organs.
Foriify the htuly against disease
by purifying all its Ihridjuith Viki;ar
Birrnts. N'.i epidemic ran take hold
of a system thus forc-anned.
Dysiiepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tliejchcst, Dizineaa. Sour
Eructations of the StoUiarh. Ibid Teats
in the Mouth. Hflious At Licks, Ihdpita
ration of the Heart, Inibmination of the
Lungs, P un in the region of the Kid
ncys. and a humlred other painful avmp
toniH, are the offsprings of vs)eMiia.
Ono bottle wdl provo a leltcr guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or Kirn? Eril, Whiu
Swelhuifa, L'irera. nVjijwIa, SmrUVd Nck.
Goitre. Scrofuluu lnflniiiuuilin. InduUnt
Inflammatirma. Mermrial .Affection, Old
Sora. EniptitMU of Uie Skin, burn Ejea, ate
In the?. in all' other count iiulitm! Iis
tone. Walkkb s .VixKnaa liimcas bar
shown their great enrative toTcra in tba
most obatittata and it-.tm. table eaaen.
For Inflammatory aud Chronic
Rhetimatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, I hscases of
the Ilkinrl, UrerJ Kidners and HI adder,
these hitters hara no eoual. Sucb lBssaesa
are caiuedbjr Vitiaied itlood.
Mechanical Diseases. Pcrsoni en
gaged in Paints aud M mends, such as
Plumber. Trnc-tter. Oot.t bcalra. and
Miners, as they fulrance in life, are sublet
paralysis ol Uio II eJ, To
Bfainst tin, take a lo WaLKKBS Vim
SQak Ditteks occaaiouallv.
For Skin Disease , Eruptions, Tet
ter. Salt Khenm, atotehc. Spot. Pimples,
Puatules, IhU, Carliui.clrs. King-worms.
Scald head, bore .Kre. Kry-ipelaa. Itcb,
Scurfs, Diacolorati.ei of the Skin, IJnniors
and Diseases of tb. Skin of srhatever name
or nature, are literally dng np and carried
ut of tbe sratetn ia a abort Unte bv the see
f these liitiere.
Pln, Tape, and other Worm,
lurklne m the srannn of o many tbouaands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. Vo
1 r stem of medicine, no vermifoiraa, ne aa
Uiolmiiiitics will free tbe system horn erase
hke these Bitters, j
For Female Complaint, in yonnf
orold, married or Hrijrle. at tbe dawn of w-
nsssOiotid. or tlie f mi of life, these Toaie
IilRers display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bunrtinr throngh
the skin in Pimples. Eruptions, or Sores ;
cleans it vhen ySn and it obstructed and
sluejrish in the reins ; cleanse it wben it is
loui ; your reehnjrsvnll tell vou when.
the blfKKl pure, and the health of tbe
ViU folio sr.
R. II. Mr 005 ALD t CO..
Draggtsts and Gen Aflt . San rYanriaeo. Califarsia,
L".. "? rswan, a. x.
Qardcn and PUwer
BeAsre order ing; elae where send for
Cataloou, waici i M reasij and will
he aseUed gratis on application.
Oar Cbroaao Tn Little Flokists,"
a beautiful Parlor Pietor nan...-. , 1
by judges a "ueeess, i new seat free to
all who taoor oe whb orders to taw asaoont
or t iva Dollars.
Chase Brothers Woodward.
atothtftter, If. T
January 16th 1874 3mos.
Marriage Cert ideates for sale here.
asj am BBeOOsV JaS-aD Js 00
Insure Your Life,-
A ewe t a e l SM eOO,
DiTidends Declared Auiiil-
Oaaraesing Agents wanted. Apelyta '
J. ALLEN Btomr, 4
HERE M MM,
The ImpaciaU (ei Leadea) Lon k
Lir dfe Globe, (oi London,) Uasdaa
wrlter'a Agency (N. T.), ynuikitn
(ef Ph ila. ) , Georgia Home (of Celeav
bus, Ga.), mad Old Voath State (si
Warren ton, N. C.) are all jir irisd by
Pure Peruvian Guano. 8al Pacific
Guano, Navassa Guano. B&ugha
Raw-Bone Phosphate, and "Ho.
1." Lump Lime, Kept on
ordered at any tisae. Karsaersw.il
by Engaging what they want at ones.
Time giren to parties firing uedoubtea
security, or Ken ea Crops.
J. ALLEN BROWS,
Office No. 2, Granite Raw
at At weW t Hardware Store.
Salisbury, N. C. Aug. 28, 187J-tf.
THE SOUTHERN MCTl ,l
OF KK I
AssetU, 1st Janaary, 1873f . $472,867 JJ
Firm Property a Specialty.
DR. H. G. DAVIDSON, President.
JORDAN N. MARTIN,
J. M. N E IS W ANGER, Secretary.
S. B. J MC9, General
J. ALLEN BROWN, of 8aTlsbwry,
L an r easing
LEWIS C. nANES, of Lexington,
Local and trarellinr
Say 22, ly.
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