.ii . m - . - . --i -t
TerWtian tnafretW "of Moline, HI.,
have petitioned tor beer 8loona.
A man charged Wayne county, 111.,
$2 for takirg bit own wife to the poor
Louse. Philadelphia "looms" up with 250 car
The rulal Jersey-men's favorite profani
ty if "Juniper Giuger T"
Nashville man advertises for 'a
Christain man who understood how to
coat a boiler "
A large coal merchant in England,
who is a teetollcr, declines all orders from
brewers or distillers, tor fuel to be used
in their business.
Canadians drank over eighteen million
gallons of intoxicating liquors last year.
Health of Box. Jefferso,Davis.
From a private letter from Hon. Jeff
erson 1avia to Frank H. Alfriend, Esq.
ef this eity, dated, London; Eoglsad,
Aprif28th, we take the following extract,
which will be welcome intelligence to the
numerous menus ot cue onumgiiisnes
gentleman throughout the South : ,
"Jj h iye im'provcd m health
voyage aeross the Atlantic and
yet weak hopo to return soon and be en
tirely restored to my usual condition.
It will be remembered that the health
of Mr. Davis was considerably impaired
whenue leltthia country. Wilmington
Star. . .
KlT-Exux It is generally understood
that Mr. Pnrnell, the Radical candidate
far Public Instruction, was a Ku Klux.
In fact, there arc persons iu this town
who say they were present and assisted
in initiating him. Mr. Pool asked him
the question if he waa 'a member of the
order and Mr. Pnrnell did not answer it,
Thx Penitj-.xtiart. There are four
hundred and forty convicts in round num
bers at the penitentiary. Twenty-four of
these only nro women, three white and
tweaiyone btack.Once every month the
laws and regulations of the Penitentiary
are read to nil the prisoners and Mr.
Harrison takes, occasion to give them
sound and sensible lecturers on morality
trying to make them reconciled to their
situation. These lectures do much good
and their eflect is every day seen.- Crw-
The Alabama Press Convention.
Birmingh am May H 1. Th Alabama
Press Convention re-elected the former
o Ulcere, ami concluded the routine busi
ness. 1'b' y passed resolutions ef thanks
toiho auUiorities of Jim mighatn and citi-
"a - 1 a
zunaior tlitir unbounded hospitality to
thsan and their New York guests, and also
toranous railro.ds, and to the Western
1 uion Telegrapp Company for the free
use of their line, and theu adjonmed,
their session very harmonious. After
the adjournment all the editors visited
ilie ore bed and coal mine furnace, dec,
tha visitors expressing great astonishment
at Uic immensiiy ot uiiuerul wealth in
aion. w. si. kobdiss. I us recent
npeejL of thin talented gentleman in the
B. Hoaao of llepruMentntives, on the
T T S-k mt
evils and abuses of tho Internal Revenue
system was vory ublot and is highly spo
ken of. He thoroughly exhausted the
babket. II: ; arguments in favor of the
. t i s .
euitro uboiiiioti ci tne whole system are
well-nigh unanswerable. Charlotte 0&-
v . if ; ' '
VViiitk an ! colored Mks, usually have
pleuty of time on their hands and to spar
but editors uod printers have none: mid
like farmers, they are hard worked and
poorly compensated, but yet, both stick
to their occupations, fir they are noble
callings. One supplies knowledge and
and mneraenr, the other bread, meal
aisi cotton to fud and clothe the world.
- . '
Ji Solthern Journal tells us that
over one hundred and forty thousand
people are without food ajid shelter in the
Sooth, and that the Hoods hare robbed
them of all Lut life. First the war then
the carpet-hag- domination and now
the floods. Never in history were a peo
ple so severely punished. Uan we not
do something to relieve their burdens
something more than to siug hyms ant
strew Dowers over Confederate graves on
Uscoratiou day. iV. i. Herald.
A Capital Point Well Made.
lbc civil nglits bill, Sumner's legacy of
Utsso t1o South, is et ill under considera
tion in tho Senate.' In that body Mrv
Norwood, of Georgia, made an effective
spesjeb against it, in the course ot which
he made the following strong aud origin
al point : y
"June years ago four millions staves
w we set free. The next year they in
vented wi ll the ei.il rights. The third
year they were given tho ballot. Within
thai Li uf Npa.ce of time the negroes were
made professors of iiepuhlicau doctrines,
aud set up as rulers. History furnished
no such par,. II. I. Of the 60,000 Israeli
les who went out from Egypt bnt twe
were fouud competent to be rulers in forty
a, llvuuir they were instructed by
niiiUdilro-.ii ihe great Creator of the uni-
Ti;o Uepublican party had made
600,000 rolera in ten minute without any
assistance. Tho man and brother waa
ukeu off the corn field and made a Re
publican Diatesman by act of Congress."
SiiALL Mkaks. The power of money is,
upi.u the whole over-estimated. The great
oat thiuga that have beeu accomplished was
uwt by rich mu, or by subscription lists,
but by inwn of small peeuniary means. The
greatest thinkers, discoverers, inventors and
a Uats. e btH.a men of moderate wealth,
uiany er tnem tittle raited abova the condi
tion of inanoal laborers iu point of wordly
ciicamstauces. Aud .twill always be so. Bieh
eaare ofteuer su impediineutthan a stimulos
tw action, and iu many eases they are Quite
as uiuci a umfortuue as a bltskaino- TKw
as uiuci a uiisioriuue as a blessing,
youth who iuherits wealth is likely to
life made too easy for him, and he has i
iug left to desire. Having no special
... . m
ieet to struggle for, he finds time heavy on
bands ; remains morally and mentally
asleep, and his position in society is often no
higher than that of a polpypos over which
ho tide floats.
Henry Ward Beecher lays down in a se
cent letter that "total abstintaee is the ra
tional and safe remedy for intemperance."
He sees no value tn preventive laws at this
time which, however right in principle can
not be eofbred now because of the low toi
of oublic feeliner. He would wis his
men from the despotism of stroug drink by
reasoning, moral influence and kiudneas,
rather than by an y form of violence.
The pathetic paragraph headed "Ste
phens going home to die," now making'
the rounds of the oreae. excites so much
sympathy that a Richmond paper thinks
it would be an outrage for him to live any
Independent Candidates and Disorganizes.-
Sys the Hillsboro Reor
der. The success of oar party is a vita)
necessity, to which no personal ambition
or aspiration mast be opposed; they should
not be permitted to stand in the way, but
party exigencies demand that all elements
of defeat should be inexorably swept
The Wilson Advance asks the follow
ine pointed query :
"How many white men of intelligence
hare joined the Radicals and not sought
office ? How many negroes have filled
uerative offices, notwithstanding they
eoostite the bulk of the party T we
a- b a aa a eB - m e t
pause for a reply."
Bold Feat of a North Carolina
f Hickory Press.
Aldrice has been running on the Western
North Carolina Kail road for manv years
He is one of those brave, noble-hearted.
iron-nerved men that distinguish and honor
bis profession. Tne incident we are about
to relate is vouched for by a reliable gentle
man. Last Saturday, as the Junaluskie
was aporncliing Morgan ton Station, Aldrige
saw ahead, last beyond the Silver Lreek
bridge, an old grey headed man he recog
nizd as Clem Farr seated on the track
with his back toward the train reading a
newspaper supposing that Clem was read-
ing liov. uussn s reply to tne r.ugusn
Baronet, iu the Piedmont Press, he deter
mined not to interuot him too suddenly, and
if possible rescue him from the destruction
tjat seemed imminent. So he shut off steam
and jetked the whistle' rope vigorously.
Still the old gentleman kept on reading the
newspaper as if be didn't propose to be dis
turbed by a railroad train. Seeiug that he
could neither call Clem's atteution from the
paper nor stop the train in time to prevent a
fatal accident instantly determined on a most
perilous feat such as he had read ahout in
the papers as being performed with neatness
and success. He accordingly gave his hat
to the fireman to hold, together with a mes
sage to his mother-iu-law that he died brave
ly iu the perform ence of his duty with his
face id the front.
He went out on the cow-catcher; leaned
far over, and, as the terrible engine dashed
up with one powerful sweep of his arm hurl-
f d the old man from the track into the ditch
and ioto safety he swooned back against
the head of the boiler for a few moments.
Then the train was slowly backed up to
wbere the old man lay in the ditch ; and the
conductor and all the passengers got out
aud gatheredaround, and everybody laughed
bnt Aldrige, and he Clem wasn't hurt a
bit. being well stuffed with straw. There
are two certain people (not boys either) in
Morgautou who had better make themselves
scarce about tne depot at tram times.
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & HUHTT,
Maaefaetarers far - the South
now in nse, working nnder
heada varying from 2 to 240 feet !
24 oizes, from ." to 96 inches.
The most powerful Wteel in the Market,
And most economical in use of Water.
Large ILLUSTRATED Pamphlet sent
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OP
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers, Babcock' & Wilcox Patent
Tubulons Boiler, Ebangh's Crusher for
Mincials, Saw and Grist Mills, Flouring
Mill Machinery, Machinery for White
Ajeaa w erKs ana uu iuius, ouaiting rni
leys and Hangers.
w : mm V aw -' -a. w v- a-a a. a. aa W O
Feb. 19. 18746mos.
F. BAKER, & CO.,
sell the celebrated
And Cotton King Cook Stoves.
Also, Church, Parlor nd office Stoves, and war
rant them to give .perfect satisfaction.
Tin. Sheet -iron dk Hopper Work
done at short notice and tn the best manner.
Sept. ll.tf., ;
BUCK EYE BEE HIVE.
Having purchased the right to manufacture
the Bock Eye Bee Hive for the counties of
Rowan, Stanly, Cabarrus, Iredell, Catawba and
Davie. I am prepared to fill orders and sell in
these counties this valuable and improved Hire.
I will sell farmers rights, when they will make
a club of five, at ten dollars s right. I will
also sell Township righto on reasonable terms.
Nearly Every body that examines It bays one.
It will mote than pay for itself in one year.
All we ask is a trial. Come and examine the
Hive for yourselves sad be convinced.
Manufactory on East Corner of Lee & Coun
sel streets, near the Depot.
aBkj lMBn,aai''?aaAkPBBP ' I
Rok JSSPS ,a ,i a aW
' ' -
MWttiabjnand Danville. Bi&unen
Danville B. W., V. C. Division, and
Vorth Western H, C, R., W.
JftsMirt ssmflf tinipniay, Fsb SM, 1874 .
ea afa- ,r w - aa -
T.S8 P J
5 28 "
i 11. SO
' " 9.83 r sr
Arrive at Richmond.
44 Greeusboro.. ...
" Salisbnt y
" Asr-LiM J'uoc't
Arrive at Citarlotte.
3 66 1
" Co Shops
2.00 A M
Arr. 12-30 a M
" 3 66
Arr. at Goldboro'..
ve 300 ru
ff. C.R R
( Salem Bravch. )
.Leave Greensboro 4. 06 r M
Arrive at 3alem 6 50 r n
Leave Salem .....10 Mr a
Arrive at Greensboro. .11 30 r a
Leave Greensboro 1 SO a M
Arrive at Salem . .3 00 a a
Leave 8alem. .800 A M
Arrive at Greensboro 9 45 a u .
Passeneer train leaving Balelch at 7 40 r u
connects avGreecsboro with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price oi Ticket same as via other routes.
Tsaius to aud from points East of Greensboro
connect at U aensboro with Mail Trains to or
from ints Nor ill or South.
Trains daily, both ways
On Sundays Lynchburg Accommodation leave
Richmond at 942 A m , arrive at Barkeville IS 39
F m , leave Burkeville 4 35 A , arrive at Rich
mond 7 68 A X
Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains be
tween Charlotte and Richmond, (without change)
r or lurtner lniormation auaress
S E. ALLEN,
Gen'l Ticket Agent,
Greensboro. N C
T M R TALCOT,
Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent
J. A. C10DFKLTER & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture,
(W& Invite attention to their stock of
" Cottage Bedsteads French Chamber
"StsL Suit-;, Walnut and painted Cane Seat
Chairs Rocking Chairs of all descriptions, Ex
tension Dining tables of all Rinds' Wardrobes.
Washstands, W hat-No ten. Sofas, Reception
Chairs and Parlor Suits. Also, many othei
articles which we are prepared to sell as chea
or cheaper than any House in tne western pari
Be sure to call nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Express office, see
our stock and hear our prices. Our terms cash.
Special orders (made from photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
A full assortment of Rosewood, Metnlit
and Walnut Burial Case, which can be furnish
ed at 6 hours notice.
March 19, 1S74 ly.
Mannood : How Lost, How Restored ?
ipfsfm Jst published, a new edition ol
ggtW Dr. Culverwell's Celcbra
r ik ar . ...
ma -iw xeaxiSSaV on tne radical curt
(without medicine I of SpKRuirnnkHPri nr
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Loa-
f ' SSf' T,ta.1 and V,T8,r il.
luipuuiiiitmo IU .UJUiajJC, etc. , MITV VA3loUAVr-
tiox, Lpilkpsy and Fits, induced by self-in-
T, - .IT15 ' ,
a, savvj aii ee jvwivu vn i viui'tj VII 1 J oia
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarntrns conse
quences of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal medicine
or the application of the knife ; pointing out s
mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effec
tual, by means of which every sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, ana radically.
lnu Lecture should be in the hands ot
every youth and every man in the land
Sent under seal, in a plain eave ope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two
post stamp. Also, UK. SILLSBKE'S UEMLD i
FOR PILES. Send for circular.
Address the Publishers,
J C KLINE da CO.
127 Bowerv. Ne
PosfOffice Box4 586.'
Life Insurance Company
Home Office Petersburg, Ta.
A. Q. McIlWAixt, ... - . President,
DArcy Paxil, - - - - 1st Vice Pres't.
D. B. Tes jj ant, . - - 2nd 44 "
Sam'l B. Paul? - - Secretary & Manasrer.
Dr. R. W. Jekfery, - - Medical Director.
Stock Capital $389 000.
ORGANIZED MARCH 1871.
Ratio of Assets to liabilities mors than two to
ens. ;; Vii.il ' ii sfihi a
Policies Issued on all desirable plans, Par
ticipating and Non-participating.
Lowest rates of Premium consistent with
Reserve from premiums invested in reach 01
Policy-holders everywhere. Polices non-for-feitable
after second premium according to their
terms, and the amount non-forfeitable is written
in the policy in plain English, so that there can
be no Misunderstanding.
Restrictions only sash as everv sensible man
will heartily endorse. The new plan called
SAVINGS BAK K Insurance,
I neonliar to this Com nan v hae mavtta L '
i by no other form of insurance : doUct -holders.
as well ss persons expecting to become such
snouia examine it carenuiv.
Nwto. N. c.
General Aeent Western N. C.
W. Msuney, Local Agent, Salisbury,
Match 101 1874 ly.
ft i i 'ifV.
SAL1SB UBY, N. C.
Nations. mah mail.
ffw' "' 1
THE NEW FAMILY
8IN6ER SEWING MACHINE.
We claim and can show that tt lathe
mip .,if.,l AUImIaI lmnrsl.
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
of all the Family Sewinc Meshiaea It is re-
mar kahle not only for the range and variety of
. ! i . i r .1 Jlff'.r.nl
kinds of tenure which it will sew with equal
facility and perfection, using silk twist, linen or
r-cttnn thread, fineornoarse. makinc the IJmtK-
LOCKEu-Ei.ASTic-STiTCH, alike on both sides of
the fabric sewn. Thus, beaver cloth, or leather,
may be sewn with great strength and uniformity
ofs'titch: and. in a moment, this willing and
never-wearying instrument may be adjust ed far
fine work on gauxe or gossamer tissue, ot kne
tucking of tarlatan, or ruffling, or almost any
other work which delicate fingers have been
known to perform.
And with iu simplicity of construction ; ease
of operation ; uniformity of precise action at
any speed; capacity for range and variety of work,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals behind it,
We wiih pleasure refer the public to the Odd
and Bronze Medals and Diplomas awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia, England, and
recently in Austria at the Exposition in Vienna,
where we were awarded five Medals, Merit, Pro
gress, and three for articles manufactured on our
Machines. Bnt it cives us much greater pleasure,
to present to the public the sworn returns of sale,
I to which an v one can have s coses) of the di flcr-
ent Manufacturers of Machines, for the last four
years, made to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, and
which shews the precise number of machines
sold by each Company.
1869 1870 1871 1879
Msaarsetiag Ok., SS.7S1 ItTSS 1LS tit JM
Whf!i k Wilson do I,
Howe Mac ln Co., 45,000
irore A Baker Sewing
M cl.lne Co., tS,HS
Damtstle S !ng 4
Wea'l Sew s do 1,ST
WHeox S GibkS do 17,201
Wllaon . So
Amerieko Batton-Hole Oyer
teaming Machine Co., T.Ttt
Qnfd Medal do
riormee do 1861
B. P. Uowe do
Vlot r . do
OavU - do
Bio's - do
Reminrtnn Ratplro do
S. . Braonsdorf So
Kexsioae - do
BarUett, Rereralbla do
Hartraai k Faatoa do
Original Hwe do
Kinkle S Lroa do
rtr do 4.M8
ire o e tou
ham do 1,141
Q. Vo'rna do
O. r. Th mion do
Union RaUon-Ho'e do
.k'kvitt do T71
The reader will also note that although it is
charged that Sewing Machines are sold at en
ormously high prices, yet he will see that sever
al firms, that were in existence hare Tawed or
ibandoned an nmprotitnble business.
We respectfully solicit a call from nil psrtio
l osi ring a first class Sewing Machine.
At our Store near the Public Square will b
LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
for Tucking, Cording, Rtiflling, Ac.
Also Silk. Linen, and Cotton Threads,
ssss asa a.
neeoies, uii, acc.
Singer Manufacturing Co
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
Oct. 2-tf. Agent.
J a 1 .Xaaa
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
, Country I
10 BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. SINE S
I67tt REGULAR MONTHLY
To be drawn Monday, June 8th, 1874.
a a - - iiAkaiii iiijl.1
$5,000 EACH IN
Two prises fit. 000 1
Five prizes $500 V Each in GREENBACKS.
Ten prises $100 J"
1 Horse A Buggy, with Silver-mounted Har
ness, worth $600
One Fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth $660!
Ten Family Sewing Machines, - - worth $100
Fwe Gold Watches A Chain, worts $300 each I
Five Gold American Hunting Watches, worth
Ten LadizJ Gold Hunting Watches. Worth $100
800 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(in all,) worth from $20 to $300 each.
Gold Chains, Silver-ware. Jewelry Ac, Ac.
of Gifts , i
Tickets Limited to 60,000.
a -6. a - a " a . ft ansa. ai . t 4Ska iJKr la-XSai jul
AGENT8 WANTED to Sell Tickets,
to whom Liberal Premiums will bo paid.
Single Tickets $1 : Six Tickets $6 ; Twelve
Tickets $10 ; Twenty-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a fall list of prises, a de
scription of the manner of drawing, and other
information in reference to the Distribution,
will be sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters must be addressed to
scaur orncB, L. D. HIKE. Box 86.
101 W. Fifth 8tv encmin,
SEND FOR THE
AND PEICE UST.
100-PiBce French CMm D:
FRENCH CHINA AND STONE
given away (almost.) Tea, Toilet
snd everything elsesame way. Call j or
for Cstalognes. WASHINGTON HADLEY8,
RrVDVVAY'S READY RELIEF
C1TKSS THE WORST FAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutet.
NOT ONS HOUR
sovran wrra rsist.
be apt rrliev is
tt ru Ik tnl and M
The Only Pain Romody
HUM kUkkk fttlK SO'
Iaaaimit. and tMM
or irfU .
nr. Saw WmI of e xt-racialta lfc i ala I Ha
tmttVtl KTttr, Vd rkMM. tutlrm. CHM. XrrrM
prairt4 wttk ainhw mj o9t,
RADWAY'S READY RILI1F
I N K 1. A M ATiOK Or TUB BLADDER.
I X rLAI X ATIOX Or TUB H'iWIIA
iflS iKSTfQX Or THE LVX;
SORS THROAT, wmaxr hmKaThi vu
rAtiTvnoR or the nr. art.
hysterics, cejcr, oiitiikui
HXAPAClip. TOOTH AT HR.
RRFRAtOtA. RirEDf ATlSM.
COLD CHILLS. AOUB CHll.tJi.
anMcarUrti InUr Btvttrv Ik mh r
ptmjjrntOtm kaka MtrvHj xMa walsSarW m
TwmIj dpop ia kl' a I arnhlrr of ara'T will ! fr w
i.iaaal cwra CRAVfi rrst9. CR mVAOM.
II R A RTSl'RX, Mi Ii UK ilMCMt, ikRUSA.
DVMKNTRRT. fSilJO. WIXP IN TRK uWEIJ.
ana all 1RHRRSAI. CUJH
TravliiaVaaiiU alar. rrr a ketk a
wmjr StaaMIr Stltr wttk iWb. a raw 4r-a- la
water will wrrvat trkaw ar fmim frwaa ika mt
wairr. 1' tikwUrr tkau I raawk aVaavljr f BS1SW aa a
rEVER Ai n AGUE.
FRTRR ARO AGLE wraSjar ft rat
awl a raaamilal k ftt Hi OiN ..r. thai will
and Aur. and all 41ar Malawi. w.
Tvh..Hl Tltw. aaU Mkar rVrrr. laMt t fcr RAD
WAVM IMUJtl p.. alefc a. RAOWAT S RRaDI at.
USr. rill. rfnta r kwlla.
STRONG ARR rrRRBtCJl BIyD-tX T.B -
jY rTStHH A-H WH..IIT-. I.. !! M. IN ANU
La Aim kv l cuaruLAio rcl-rrd tu all.
THZ CRCAT BLOOD P'JllFtCR.
Mas ma? K rnr yost Arr'W'nTRO rrRR:
Jl ICR ' k'A''lt AMR THK fM'IB. TI5H
K;V t' ! DKK' .r.., si Ml K I.N" ri.i' K.
Etbj Bay a Increase ia M
ait Weight H M asi Felt
Rrfry drws wf l1 .c ' SA VA UU LUX Rr.KCU
VKNT ciMmun. t, ilirn ic'. 'f Mkr4. Rarrat. Urate.
ad MiUrr flald and li.i.v .i Hm m ioi tt vk-ar nt
Ufa. for It rtalr thf Mn of th - ii wii h imw and
.ootid mat. iial. ffru; Ula. Sir'i:,u. f ..t m i. ', .
itlandiUnr dlwa. I i- r- -" Om ikroait. Matk. Tn
iu.tr. Xadvln Ihr iHkWaV aii.l asw ttn 4 ila . wm.
.r I.vc M ninvrm" diliarca ir-mi th- Kar- an.
too wont irnta .kni ilUca- K r ui-'j..n.
iir,vU llad. Klna VVta-Mt. Sal' on. Kr . -Aetie.
lllaek ""U. R'oriMa Iu mm- I UbA. Tou.r. -n
jer in lUo Wm'j. ainl all ai. .ninf aud -ato:nl duv
shjrc . Nk'ht Swi-aia. fcaaT atni sn all w..r ...
Ike lifo i.rlucoi.'. .; wllliin Uir cura.lv, rntmr i Him
wundrrui Mwdarn (TwBtltr. and a fra day. a will
rove tn Aky imituti ulu; 1: f-ir eiiU-r oi Ukaat tuna ai
Skwsa ha p't-nt xiw r fefcnrr tbetn. .
If thr i-atiNit, dallv lvouitnc rtdu.- -d br tbr sui.
and u. c-, . iiih oiii. a that i contfnM.illr r-: t ..in; rmr
ernX In a. TOatkaR I M inMn. anr r--alr th am
with i-wWairi:il uuvlo r--t.i Itaaltbv lil.-m ni I hi'
tba SAMAI'AIClMdAM will awd 4awa .-m nr. run
U certain; lor whrii t-iare ihi- r r.i ! h. n. .. . - it
work '( aaiinratlmt. end m-r.-d.ta ln i.l.li, Ik-
loaawt wa.le. ll rrixr. La rai.J 411 1 rfi da
the iNiticnt will iv. IhluiM-lrtrr.iM iaw U-ite. aaklaawaaaw r.
th Inoil .lIsmMih:; brltrr, appt-tin- imrwvln,- and Sfh
and wclplit in.T.
Not tmljr !. the Siminhiuj i Kctoun c-
Sll Mown rmwi 1.1 1 kf r mt. hi t nc rnra ,.1 :ur4iir. arrt
lukvua. c.ii.iliutionai, and kkn dMcoara; kwt ii k ik
owly iwaM cant for
Kid tic 1 tOSlathlcr Complaints,
V rlnarr anl Woibb nuetum
. Crail. aSaaWoaw '
himiHaar of Water. Iwaailwii wi L'rii . Sr : 1.
a.w, Albwiniuarla. aud i.t aU rm wifr. ntriw a: -li.-ick
1ut il. dia.er ik wetr i- thsk, tiod. tut .
w itk juhataurt alikr the white au rye. St sakisd H
white atlk. -r ili.r-i 1- a utrUki. djrk. Mii-.n- i-i t-s
ane. and wliii hnnr dual H-it. a ltd w 1. . u.'ir
a ariakuiA. nitrntin n-an..u . . . : - -.In. wai.r. .
1 a.u iu tba Saaail i lUa i.-c - ai.i aU-; j tba
Tumor if 1 2 Yrtirx' Cf'tr'h
1 Of water, iw-awu
erfrctlv lassrlsaa, i 'Wtsarttjr eoa-i wi u t ,.
fitm, riraulai. OMrilv. n-awar and airra. a. IU4
way' I1IK fc lit- cure d all dUrUraw( tba -mjr' .
Idvrr. Mararrbs Kidwata, ltbtddrr. SrTfm lk
Headache, t 'uiiat:patin. (Ti-nii-lr. Iudlrtka. yt
prpaia. Blll.u-u,BilUu. lr. In.laitimaHnw lb
awtla. 11 Ira. and all l .ram.-. ,-i Itrr la rnal
VWcera. Warranted iB"" a .:hr rarr. Iarrlr
TewetabU, cunlauiui na ulcrrki , utiuyraltwr Uclaierl-
A few Seaoe of P. vrW T' S nt.XJI will 'raw tie rra-
lew fleik sll iki all i in I ili i I ri lrw. Xk cania
warRox. imiLI) KV I-K. is i
READ FALSK AN O lRl a." Send aa Water
tump to RADWAT S CO.. v. aarrrn M.. Jm-w
Tor laforiaatba wartk ibonaaud. will be am j ew.
i--'aU- aw. .
MAKES T;S WSAI Sir;:.
T7m FerurlavXyrHf. n r.v.'
fil Solution of the r 'uxi'
Iron. I o cou ttiiK il . f hi.
ihr rfm'tticfrV tjf flu '.. a. . .
ctUiilj ttigetet(:nl i:ui.ul..:
with the bhto.f a. shi.'2t
food, it iln .' .i s t.fC '" '
cf yattrrt Hint. . I H ti
Atcut. Iron :.i th ; 14 , t. e
i - a a S SB a
ri r.. ",t won teSS r ft i.i.
! i nun tintt t. -. s. i..
Tnnlntj nr.In viyy. Uiufj i" .
rUalizhfy thr ,Sll'v:.f. Ti e c.
iclml uu'l t i'iil'XrU blu,-d p.
b)t Tontntf ij
umttc rrcry ptirt nfffic ..
rrjutr,utj tift umtft m:l . .'
l?urchiuJ ont lil:rb'':l .
lions. aul l.-rtriny uu'Wu.j .
'lisetist .'o fi.eT rpoit.
TUi the ulrtbt f t.'.r ,c;.
tterful smrrrsim of This tcktetty .
Cttriti'j 1)I ::; i:i. t.ix-r Con
plaint, rrttpnys CJ.ronio Skis
rlura, lioj:..XcrvouAti-io' ,
ChiH and l-vors, Ht:t::.v
laosa cf :u (Uuliiniul VI
li;ui.,r;; o Uxo Ivi.la;. .. :
Bhiildov, 1'ciiiHlA .iMml:ilti
Glut till ulsettxrt orlgiufttiuj .
a bttd dtps of tin- id :Wi 0 u
compftr.tr rt Lj dcbU'.lu ar ( tc
state of th : s...'.-m . li .
from Altoliof. in tttty -;;. ,
encrgizitt'j eftct u're not fJ
lotvctl by correpintdl3.tf tt 'ft
Hon, but are trrniaut i.t .
sing strength, vigor, uud nw.tc
life into all part.'. ,cii-
and bulletin j aj tt.t itu.iC.ti.
st Hut ion.
Tkousatf'7 7:tt r hs -.-a rJuinn
by Uuf u&o ofthU rrnustlu, 1 ro.
wcaic, sickly, ring era
tures, is s.'Ojtf, stmmoJ, tStu.
nappy saw stsassi am'
inrxllds cannot rvtjt uUt j 7
it ate to give it ; trial.
See that each bottle ha r ERU
YIAN SYRUP Woven in tit gZcss.
8ETH W. FOWLE k SONS, PropridofJ
Sold a t D a uoo i a t a c i a r. a i. i. t
Land Deftfis TnintA DaatI ItiSAO- Twee
WARE Lraj . ' 1 Z.
Sets p-K)mmissioner's Deeds, aberiAAB J f
send Deeds. Chattel M OrttTaiT PI. a I J. 8. HAMPTOX. Pm
Dr. J. Walker! CallfbrnU Tin
gar Bitten are a porely Vecotabio
preparation, paade qhietl j from toe na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
tt Sierra Nevada nsosn tains of Califor
nia, tho medicinal properties of whits
are extracted therefrom without tho nse
of Alcohol. Tho quest ioa la almost
daily asked. Wliat is tho caaao of the
unparalleled sncceas of VuraoAJt Bit
ters T Oar answer is, that they remove
tba cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a Ufo-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and fnvigorator
of tba system. Never before in the
history of the world has a medicine been
Sounded possessing the remarkable
ties of TixraAB Dittrbs in hseHasr the
of every disease man is bear to. Tbey
are s gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Cssystien or Inflammation ef
the Liver sad Visceral Organs ia ITiUaai
The nronfrties of Da. Wsi
TtRRQARjIiTTRRS are Aperient. Diaphoretic,
CarminatSVa, Sntritioas, laaxativa. Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-1 rri ant Sudoriac, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
(Jrateful ThoaaandspriKiaiin Vix
aout BiTTSas the most wonderful In
vito rant that ever sustained lb- unking
No Person can take theae Bitten
according to directiw.. and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Hilioti.s, Remittent and Inter
mittent I event, which aro so preva
lent hi tho valley a of our great rivers
throughout tho United States, especially
those of the Mississippi. Ohio, Missouri,
illiuois, Tennessee, Cttiiibcmml. Arkan
sas, ltod, Colorado. Brazos, Kio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah. Uo
anoke, Jamas, and many others, with
tbeir vast tributaries, throughout oar
entire country during tho Sununer and
Autumn, nud remarkably so durini; sea
sons of unusual heal and dryness, aro
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements Of tho fctoruaclt and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, excrtim; a pow
erful iiitiuetico uhi:i theso arious or
gans, is essentially ' necessary. There
ii no cathartic fur tan purpose equal to
Dn. J. WaI.KKK'.H WlSRliAR ItlTTKUH,
aa they will speedily reuvivo thd tlar!i
colored iscid nia:ar with which the
bowels arc loaded, at tho came time
stimulating the eeefptions of tb.p liver,
and generally nlurta.; t!;o healthy
functions of tho cUbsiive organs.
r'ortily bite body acraliiRt disease
by purifxitig all its tluiils w ith VlNEiiaa
HlTTKi:s. No cj'.tU ;c can talu hold
of a system tints lotv-anuctl.
Dysnepsia or Induction, Head
ache, rain iti tho' Shoulders. Coaghft,
Tightneas ef tlio Cieit, IVizzinvss. Sour
r.ructation.i of lho Stotn uh. ltal Taste
in the Mouth. Dilious Attacks, I'alpila
tatkNi of tho Uoart InHatmuaTioti of the
Lungs, rain ia t! region of tho Kid
ueys, and a hiiudnvl other (Minful armp
Imus, aro tin? otfjsprings of 1 )ysjK-p.:..
O:io bottle wiil pnae a I tetter guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or Jung's Evil, Whito
Swalltnes, L'l-r. KyMpcla. Krellel Nck.
lioitre. tk-rufulott hillaiuinatoti. JiMltdeut
lnflantiiiatious. sli-feuruU AUW-itou, Old
Soro, Kruplioiis of thu Skin. Sre Kye. etc.
In tbec, as in all fiber couftiiuUvtial
easei, Walrkc's Tixruar Birrcas bars
shu-u Uieir great rural! o powers in the
uiuat obtinaU and hitnu-taldc catr.
For lnnaniiufttory nml Chronic
Bkeuniatism, (mit, Bilious, Item it
tciit and Intermittent Fevers, diseases of
the liltaal, liver, 'Kklurvs and HUkdoW,
Uieias lbitt-rs have ta rtiual. Such DUc&aea
are cauacd by Vitiated liloud.
Mechanical Dbtrasea. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such aa
Plumbers, Trp-xrttar, (itdd boater-, and
Miners, as they adrauco in life, are subject
to paralyau of tbe ltuwvU. To guard
against this, take ad' of Walrrs s Vix
roar UlVTRRs tH-eaatnally.
For Skin Diseases, Ernptiotis, Tet
ter, Salt-UhpusR, ldutebcv. SpoU. Pimples,
lustulea, boil.. Carbuncle-, Kmg woni.a,
Scald-bead, Sosw Eyes. Kry-ipelas. Itch,
Scurfs, Diacoloratioa of tho Skin. Humors
sad Disease of theSkin of whatever name
ee nature, are liirrallr ear up and carried
out of the system in a abort time by Lbs use
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tbe aratetn of so many thousands
are effectually dratsoyed and removed. u
Sstem of medicinei no vermifuge, no an
elminillcs will free the xyslcm from vurau
Uke these latter-.
For Female Complaints, In young
or old, married or ejuglc, at tbe dawn of wo
manhood, or the Sura of life, these Teals
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement ts soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin tn Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores:
cleanse it when yen find it obstructed and
sluggish ia the veins : cleanse it when it to
foul: Tour fealinsrs will tell vou
the blood pure, and the health of the
BU H. McpOHALD aV CO..
aadO. As. Sea y
f WaakikKtea kerf Ck
b jr all lrnccl m
rieaa Rta X. T.
A Conaervli ve Daily Paper,
RALEIGH N. 0.
Reliable, Hif h-Toned. Courteous.
J. S. HAMPTON.
TERMS CASH :
Daily $5.00 for six
50 cents for ooe month.
Clobs of tea $41,00.
THE WEEKY I 3
One year $10, Sir month 75 eenta ;
40 oamtav Cloba of Five $7:
Twenty $28.00; Twenty-five 27
Savi Sen oft
A MEDICAL IttHHetPH
Dr. D. S. PERRY'S
' VEGETABLE AROMATIC
i Bitters i
equal to these
weak, invigorate the feeble, and give saw Ufa
end tone to tba broken down sTatem. T- ---
and kRslarieas districts tbev trm onl .
ssOp load of Quinine powedars and pilk. TW
To Delicate Females.
lasdisa, old or yewea. will
especial ly sdspted to diseaea
sad Osaaral DebiKty, all yield to the
HEAR WHAT 18 SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS 8AID.
HEAR WHAT 18 SAID.
"WSStdsl saasti ksve reaoked fro
-My Caills are gose. I eaa kbardlv aeJarve
"Bend me one ease Prrry, TttHsis
Nothing like tbess here,'
to to eooeines yoa of toe
i i . .
"barely they are tbe i
tonic in tbe world."
"Dr. WHson ears that voe are a UU
"Hurrah J No more xabeasaatissa."
kNa ssore headache, thank to tor."
We could fill this paper twice over witk jeet
eh gaaaiasejRtraeta, baft tbe slini ssssn saf
l Oar Biuere ere prepared Skadar the supar-
vision of D. & Perry.
College of Phisitisas and
rkglaod, and of tbe Medical Clinic of uaseajew.
All orders ahonVd be siirliwasd la TWR
PERFY AROMATIC BITTER CO.
NEW YORE, U. 1
Vksj Bitters aro
bottle or Case at ! far
their diseeaees will coaJsr sjeito a
ing nsroe of County as well as Toon
beaide. It will save as a
lime and anooriaes ?f ibas will be i
Dr. E. PERRY AROMATIC BITTEK COM
PANY. GREAT FAMILY
Dr. GREEN'S FIT
The Great Remedy for E
Wkja 1 1 at a a '
riu, npaaros, Lonruiuniuid
fulnesa, act promptly,
from the first day s
existed for years.
VegeUble AlteratiTe, Cares.
condary Syphalia, Eraptsesw ew Oks
Skin, and all
ariatng from impure Blood
A Sovereign Ulm for Cong-be Colds. Brae
chilis, Asthma, and all dUrknas of the air-pae-eages
and Lungs. By its timely ase many my
pofl aaess of Conaumptioii an promptly re
lieved aul tbe Lupg restored to health.
NEURALGIA SPECIFIC !
the excrociaXiiig paios of Neuralgia,
l iain and Sciatica.
For Bala by T. I. 1
Prepared only by
Dr. GREEN, LDTDLEY 4
i I w i a araea
DyspepsU, Xdrer OeiaaaLaiBts
Chills aad Te'reTaad 'File..
CHARLOTTE Ar. C.
Nov. a, 1 S73.- ly.
Tbe only known remedy for
And a positive rei
GOUT, GRAVEL, 8TRICTCRES, D1AEE
Tr, DY8PEP8IA. NKRVOU8 DKBILiTY
Non-retentioa or IneueSiaonce of Urine, Irrita
tion. Inaataaiton or tlecrssiea ef the
BLADDER 4 KIDNEYS,
' SPERM ATORRnCEA,
Ulaod. Stooe. ia tbe Bladder.
Colculus Gravel or Brick due Drpoait sad Mu
cus or Milky
Permanently Cures all
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DI
Exietine ia Meaw Wssaaa as
IVNO MATTER WHAT THE AGE
Pro. Steele says : "One
Fluid Extract Bocha to
other Bach us combined."
Price, One Dollar ner Bottle, or Six for Flee
Dollars. Sold by C R BARKER A CO.
Depot, 104 Duane St, York
A Pheaician in
aod give advkes gielis
Nervous aifl mm
OF BOTH SEXES.
No Charge for Advice mud CSstlidilnii
Da. J. B. Dtott, graduate J
College, Phildelpina, i
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (waiab be has
aa especial stody ) either La
loog standing. A practice of SO yean aaahtos
him to treat dtossaass with sskaassa. Oaves
teed. Charges reeeoosbla Those at s
in forward 1
tbe Oust U
J. R DYOTT.
sd Sorr-son. 104
CRAIGE & CRAIGEi
a Rankrnptcy .
January 22 1874 if.
t (Wi Are. sad 12th St, N, Y,
t or bale at thu oflitr
Bslsagb, N C,