Andre's pocket book haa been placed
beside Arnold's watch in tho cabinet of
Ike Connecticut Historical Society.
Mrs. Mary Allen, near Milton, was
found dead in her bed hut Sunday morn
ing. Heart disease.
Judge Merrimon has sold his property
la Raleigh and has moved with his family
The Salem Press has been shown a
hen egg which measured 7$ inches around
lengthwise, and weighing 4f ounces.
A writ of error has been lodged on be
half of the claimant to the Tichborne es
tate, with a view of a new trial.
Aa long as this life lasts there is effort
and toil ; nor unto them that undergo
them can any consolations give more aid
than those of patience. Cyprian.
P. Craig, while riding along the road
near Marshall, MadUon county last Wed
nesday waa struck and instantly killed by
lightning. His horse was killed also.
The essence of true nobility is neglect
of self. Let the thought of self pass in
and the beauty af a great action is gone
like the bloom from a soiled flower.
A Philadelphia gentleman advertises a
' soap that is destined to wipe out the na
tional debt. There is probubly some "lye
In honest farmer wrote to Dr. Ellis, Presi
dent of the People's A gricultural St Mechanical
Association : " Dear Sir : Pleane put me down
on your list of cattle for a bull." Piedmont
Mr. T. B. Kingsbury, of Oxford, the
most talented literary writer in the State,
has consented to become a regular contri
butor to toe Lhnstiun Age, published in
New York, by Rev. Dr. Charles F.
George W. Smith, ex-member of Con
gross from Mississippi, arrived at the
Albany penitentiary on Wednesday, 1st
inst. He is under a sentence of $ 1,000
fine and two years' imprisonment, for
A drunken Chinaman feeling rich and
elated at his progress in American civili
sation, went through the streets of San
Francisco crying, "Hoop-la, hoop la! Me
j 1 1 , j a
all same as Melican man. Hair cut short
and drunk like hell !"
A mass for the dead was lately celebra
ted in St. Mary's Frosted tan t
Church, Soho, London, oyer the body
0 body of
the Rev. J. C. Chambers. Every body
in the church was dressed in black. This
is tne nrst instance 01 sucn service in a
Pio stent chart h.
The Civil Rights Bill is not favorably
received by the press in England. The
London Saturday Review says, " The
Civil Rights Bill is probably the expiring
flash of an obsolete philanthropy. " So
Ka nAcr nf tl.ia ininnitnna mon-mm ha..
penetrated the British nostrils, three thou-
aaod miles away. I
It is a little sinerular that the late Gov.
Caldwell never called his council together
a single time during his administration.
It exhibited a prominent trait in his char-
Mter that of self-reliance. He was a I
man of strong will and great firmness of
purpose, lie did his own thinking. Gov.
Brogdon, we believe, will listen to the ad
vice of friends.
HArd on Old Bachelors. In Gil
lie's history of Greece, we are told that
the laws of Lvcurgus discovered celibacy
by some very extraordinary regulations
t II 1 t t mi
concerning oia oacneion. xney were
forbidden to dance with women, and were
compelled to walk naked through the
street in winter singing a ludicrous song
which confessed the justico of their pun
T . . ..
nauiBTKATiuH. a new registration
t s J . 1
w 11 w mjuireu iur uie August election,
bat every man who has changed his resi
deuce since last election, must register or
he cannot vote. Every voter who has
heretofore registered should spend one
day in examining the registration books
to see if his name is on them. Uuless
. a - a
your name is on tne books you cannot I
Mrs. McFarland-Richardson is about
to marry a Chicago man. This seems
the proper occasion to remark, that one of
the most conclusive evidences of modern
.1 - . . r
progress is mo American wiuow. one
has ber exit and her entrances, but her
orbit is so eccentric that it is impossible
accurately to predict the time when ehe
is going to transit. Moreover, although
she is not always as brilliant as the head
light of a locomotive, you can tell she car-
. r . i . i
rirs a power or steam oy me way sue
blows oflf. Brooklyn Argus.
The Stvush Fkminink Shoe. Hy
! .1. i . i
giemesiiy uie snocs 01 10 uay are a suc
cess ; they promote health by keeping
the feet dry, and they strengthen the
anklet by fitting secnrely. They make
it easier for women to walk, and they
enable them to eland longer than thev
ever did in the thin-sole, low shoes. The
hoe as it is to-day, with its low broad
heel, its wide sole, and high top- is the
best that has ever been devised, and it
will never be' superseded by anything
tnat will bo movo becoming, more tasty.
or more available tor all purposes,
New Design for Postal Cards.
1. L. I. I . m I . . - a
ii uus ueen in contemplation tor some
time past to change the design of the
present postal card. A number of eoeci-
mens have been submitted by the Morgan
Envelope Company, the firm which has
tka contract for printing Uie cards now in
use. The present card is considered
!. II I . m .
nnsuitaoie in several reapects. it is too
sombre in color, and tho border is gen
erally regarded aa too heavy. The new
card will be lighter in color, probably
very nearly white. The printing and
engraving will be executed in black mk,
and the border will be narrower aud much
neater in appearance. The change has
not yet been fully decided npon, bnt it is
sale to say that tome alteration in the
design of the present homely card will be
i - -- . - i
From the Chicago Times.)
"Tub Immortal Jackson." Grant
took oft his hat and gravely remarked,
The Immortal Jackson," when the band
of the old Stonewall serenaded him, the
other day. He would have said the same
thing several years sooner u be baa com
manded the Army of the Potomac at any
time prior to Chancelorsville. If he
could be so moved by a serenade of the
old Stonewall baud we shudder to think
what would have been bis enthusiasm
over one of the serenades of the old brig-1
The Asheville Pioneer says : On Sun
day last. Mr. Wilson, of Brevard, took
from his trap a fish which bad attracted
considerable attention. It was 4j feel
long, and had a bill resembling that of a
bird. 14 inches loner, and three broad.
Its mouth was directly under the eyes,
and measured seven inches in wid h. It
was 18 inches in circumference, with tail
fins 14 inches broad. It weighed 28
pounds, and its color resembled that of a
dike or iack-fiab, except the head aud
bill, which were spotted. With the ex
ception of its head, this singular fish was
In Sabtha, Kan.; recently, a dog ran
into a stable and bit a very valuable horse.
The owner of the horse, rather than kill
the bitten animal, doctored it. The horse
was seized with hydrophobia, broke out
of the stable, and killed a man, seriously
injured another, and at last accounts was
iu a fair way to depopulate any small
town that may lie in his way.
Women's thoughts are ever turned upon
appearing amiable to the other sex ; they
talk and move and smile with design npon
us. Every feature of their faces, every
pari ot tneir area is nueu witu snares
"i ll ni t i a .
ana allurements. mere would oe no
such animals as prudes and coquettes in
the world were thero not such an animal
as man. Addison.
In nrgiug the Southern voters to stand
by the Democratic party, the Savannah
(Ga.) News says : "Surely if New Eng
land Democrats can afford to stand firm
in their devotion to Democratic organiza
tion, we of the South can afford to imitate
their example. While our Northern friends
preserve their consistency, and still con
tend for the party and principles of the
Constitution, wo of the South should not
110 tne ana motner. oaiu lieecher in
w w ; w . -
nis sermon last bunday : Where is tne
most joy? You know just as well as 1
do that, taking all things together there
is more joy in home than anywhere else
A he mother singing by the cradle side
loes not care fr tue routs and parties
going on in society. Her baby is worth
more than all the resplendent pleasures
in the world. And what is her babe to
her A burden? Yes. What is
A yoke of servitude. Yes. an easv vok
1ITI Lei 11 a a
v nat is ner DaDe to her s A remuuera-
tor ? It does not even kuow her. It
docs not understand a word she says
She carries it m her bosom all night. It
? ne.r- iu ner laiior ; shuts Her up
,n DOUSC, takes her from a tbOUSand
habUf f nd ways of life, and her
,o,i,,o"f o auu w cu up m hub.
I one gives ner lite to it. Day and
fo'gut she ponrs it out npon the most
helpless thing that lives, aud yet she is
100 Happiest creature, one never seems
to herself so happy as when with her
helpless child she sits and it croons and
she sings, and her heart is glad. Her
happiness consists in the pouring out of
every thing that is sweet and beautiful
and noble in womanhood into this uncon
scious receptacle her little child. Look
at the whole household life. Is there
anything in this world that men can look
back to as thev can to a crood huinel Oh !
the old home !
We remember it for some reasons and
for others ; but after all, with its ins true
turns and its regulations, its restraints,
its noes and shalls and everything else,
it is the Eden of a man's memory, and
wuen 01a age inaices men s nanus quiver
1 t a 1 . i 1
turoueu the Ion? . lite, thev have forerotten
I " . . ' . - O
almost evervthinir but home.
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & HUNT. Blatimore.
Basafaetarers for ibe Ssath aud Sstkwett
Nearly 7000 now in use, working under
beads varying from 2 to 240 feet !
24 sizes, from flj to 90 inches.
The most powerful Wheel in the Mark
And most economical in use of Water.
argo ILLUSTRATED Pamphlet sent
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OP
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers, liabcock & Wilcox Patent
Tubulnus Boiler, Ebaueh'a Crusher for
Minerals, Saw and Grist Mills, Flooring
.uiii .uncimii-i) , iTiucinuery ior tv mie
Lead Works and Oil Mills, Shafting Pul-
leys and tiangers.
I 8FND FOR CIRCULARS.
Feb. la. 1874 -6raos.
C F. BAKER, & CO.,
sell the celebrated
Cotton King Cook Stoves.
Also, Church, Parlor nd office Stoves, and war
ant them to give perfect satisfaction.
Tin Sheet-iron da Copper Work
done at short notice and in the bestotanner. ,
8tept. 11, tf
Piedmont Air Lino Railway.
Richmond & Danville, Richmond &
Danville R. W..H. C. Division, and
North Western N. C. B. W.
In Effect on and after Sunday Jane 14th 1874
BeJtf ii wmSBUKm BLfa WssgJPsl
STATIONS. Mail. Express.
Leave Charlotte .... 7.00 r U 8.35 am
Air-Line Taet'a 7.36 ' 8.66
" Salisbury ft 63 " 10.54 "
" Greensboro 2. 15 a m 1,16 r a
" Dans-ille 6 13 M 8.86
" Dundee ........ 8.35 " 3 48
" Burkeville 11.80 "
Arrive at Richmond. 3.33 fm 11.04 r M
STATION. Mail. Express
Leave Hihmoud 133 r K 11.46 a x
" Burkeville ...... 4.41 " 3.63 a a
" Dundee 9.36 " 8.83 "
44 Danville 9.39 " 8.37
" Greensboro 13.40 a a 11.68 "
M Salisbury .... 3.39 M 3.61 r u
" Air-Line J'nct'n 6.34 " 4.64 "
Arrive t Charlotte... 6.80 r u 6.00
GOING EABTw GONIG WSST
STATIONS. Mail. Mail.
Leave Gieensboro.. ISO 4 m ZArr. IMOf m
" C Shops T " 3-16 ' 3 L' velO 15
"Raleigh o 7,80" -o 541
Arr. at Goldboro'. . . 10.30 A a J L've 3 30 r x
WORTH WE STB aw jgm 0 R R
STATIONS. Matl Expres
Leave Greensboro 1.30 a m 4.05 r u
Arrive at Salem 3 60 " 5.60 "
Leave Salem. . 10 00 p 8.00ax
Arrive at Greensboro. 11.30 " 9.45 "
Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 6 41 r a
connects at Greensboro1 with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price of Tickets same as via other routes.
Trains to and from points East of Greensboro
connect at Graensboro with Mail Trains to or
from points North or South.
Trains daily, both ways
On Sundays Lynchburg Accommodation leave
Richmond at 942 A 11, arrive at Burkeville 13 36
r 11 , leave Buikeville 4 35 a h , arrive at Rich
mond 7 68 ax
Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains be
tween Charlotte and Richmond, (without change)
For further information address
8 E. ALLEN,
Gen'l Ticket Agnt,
T M R TALCOT, Greensboro, N C
Engineer A Gen'l Superintendent
J. A. CLODFELTER & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture,
Sr' invite attention to their stock of
Ujttage Bedsteads French Chamber
SBm Suits, Walnut and painted Cane Seats
Chairs Rocking Chiiirs of all descrintions. Ft.
tenwon Dining Tables of all kinds Wardrobes,
Washstanda, What-Notes, Sofas, Reception
I UUiri nnrt Har ar Unit. I " .1
-- uuiwi .1 isu, uinuy culler
articles which we are prepared to sell as cheap
or cheaper than any House in the western part
Be sure to call nearly opposite the Mansion
tlotel, next door below the Express office, see
I i i . ...II .A
uur siue k anu near our prices. Uur terras cash.
opeciai orders (made from photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
A full assortment of Rosewood r..tni;f.
and Walnut Burial Cases, which can be furnish
ed at o nours notice.
March 19, 1874 ly.
Manhood : How Lost. How Restoreil ?
J nst published, a new edition of
Dr. Culverwell's Celebra
ted XiSSav Oil thn rnrHrnl .,,,..,
(without medicine) of Speumatorrupea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Loss
es, Impotency, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc. ; alw Consump
tion, Epilepsy and Fits,, induced by self-indulgence
or sexual extravagance; Piles, &c.
CP ce, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated anthor, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal medicine
or the application of the knife ; pointing out a
mode of cure at once simple, certain, and eftW-
tual, by means of which every sufferer, no mat-
Ikr whp hLs.condIition w . y cure himseff
icapijr, privuictjr, iimi ruuiCUtlll
. mi t . t . J
This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain enve'ope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two
poststamp. Also, DR.SILLSBEE'S KEMEDY
FOR PILES. Send for circular.
Address the Publishers,
CHAS 7. O II LI PTE 6c CO.
27 Bowery. New York Post Office Box4J86 '
Life Insurance Comnnnv
Home Office Petersburg, Ya.
A. G. McIlwaine. ....
D. B. Tennant, - -Sam'l
B. Paul' - -Dr.
R. VV. Jkffery,
Secretary & Manager,
- Medical Director.
Ratio of Assets to liabilities more
than ttco to
Policies issued on all
desirable plans. Par
ticipating and Non-narticipatine
I raies oi rrtmium consistent
t'olicy-holders everywhere. Polices nonfor
feitable after second premium according to their
ieruii, ami me amount non-iortei table is written
in the policy in plain English, so that there can
be no Misunderstanding.
Restrictions only such as every sensible man
will heartily endorse. The new plan called
til m viifcia mm m ikvr m F
w mwa uAiininsuraice,
neculiar to this Com nan v. has morit
by no other form of insurance ; policy-holders,
b ww w pemuiiB expecting to become such
snouia examine it carefully.
Newtoh, N. C.
General Agent Western N. C.
J. W. Mauney, Local Agent, Salisbury,
March 19, 1874 ly.
JOHN W. MAUNEY
Attorney at Law,
SALISBURY N. C.
Special Attention eiven to Collections.
umce id uonrt noose.
n . mm
March 5, 1874. ly.
THE NEW FAMILY
8INGER 8EWN6 MACHINE.
We claim and can show that it is the ch eap
X8T, most beautiful, delicately arranged, nicely
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
nf all tht Vnm ilv Kewmcr Machines. It is re
markable not only for the range and variety of
its sewing, but also for the variety ami uiuereu
kinds of texture which it will sew with equal
facility and perfection, using silk twist, linen or
making the inter-
locked-ela8c-8titch, alike on both sides of
the fabric sewn. Thus, beaver cJotn, or leaiuer,
may be sewn with great strength and uniformity
of stitch; and, in a moment, this willing and
never-wearying instrument may be adjusted for
fine work on ganze or gossamer tissue, 01 uie
tucking of tarlatan, or raffling, or almost any
other work which delicate fingers have been
known to Derform.
And with its simplicity of construction ; ease
Z - M .
of operation; uniformity of pbxcise action t
any speed; capacity lor range anu variety w wii,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals" behind it.
We with pleasure refer the public to the Gold
and Bronze Medals and Diplomas awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia, Englandand
recently in Austria at the Exposition in Vienna,
where we were awarded nve Aleuais, mens rw
great, and three for articles manufactured on our
Machines. Bnt it gires ns much greater pleasure,
to nmwnt to the nublic the sworn returns of sale,
(to which any one can have access) of the differ
ent Manufacturers of Machines, for the last four
years, made to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable Sewine Machine Patents, and
hifih shews the Drecise number of macmnes
sold by each Com piny.
IW59 1870 1871 1872
Btnirer ll.nnfscUng 0., 8.7S1 187 .WW 11,V0 llt.tM
Wheeler k Wilton do TS.Wl ixsw u
Howe Machine Co.. 45.000 7S.16S 84,010 146,000
Grove A Baker 8ewnR
Michloe Cj., SS.1S3 0T,U3
Domestic Sowing lo
Weed Hewing do 1S.S8T SSJSS
WileoxAGlbbi do 17,901 SS90
WiUon Ao 800
American Button-Hole Over-
Ool l Medal
B. P. Uows do
Vlct-r - do
Davis - do
Ble-i . - do
Remlnrton Vmplre do
E. Braunsdorf da
Kev s' one - 1 o
Bartlett, Reverflble do
Bartram 4 Fantuu do
Oriilnal Tlowe do
Pinkie 1 Lyaa do
J. O. Polron do
O. P. Th union do
Union But ton-IIolc do
The reader will sIro note that althouRh 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 have failed or
abandoned an amprofitable business.
We resrectfuUv solicit a call from all parties
desiring a first class Sewing Machine.
At our Store near the i'ublic Square will be
LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
for Tucking, Cording, Ruffiing, &c.
Also Silk, Linen, and Cotton Threads,
Needles, Oil, dec.
Singer Manufacturing1 Co.,
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
Oct. 2-tf. Agf nt.
:t ' MSWl ' . - .at 7 ri r vj
I he only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
$50,000 , 00
20 BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. SINE S
1 68th REGULAR MONTHLY
I FT JUNTFRPRKF
To be drawn Monday, Aug. 10 1874.
- i a a i a a a i
ONE-GRAND CAPITAL PltlZE,
OF ?5,000 IN GOLD !
Two prizes $1,000)
hive prizes So00 V Each in GREENBACKS
Five prizes $100 j
One hamily Carriage and Matched Horses
with Silver-mounted Harness, worth ft 1 Ann
1 Horse & Buggy, with Silver-mounted Har
ness, worth $600.
One Fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth $550 !
Five Family Sewing Machines, - . worth
$100 each 1
750 Gold ami Silver Jsrer Huniina Watch (it,
all) worth from $20 to 8300 each I
Gold Chains, Silver-ware. Jewelry Ac., Ac.
Number of Gifts, 6,000.
Tickets Limited to 50,000.
AGENTS WANTED to Sell Tickets.
to whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $1 ; Six Tickets $5 ; Twelve
Tickets $10 Twentv-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de-
Bciipiiun ui uie manner oi urawing, ana otner
: . : e , r j - . ..
information in reference to the Distribution.
win oe sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters must be addressed to
main office, L, D. RINE, Box 86.
101 W. Fifth St. CCTcurnATi, Q
BUCK EYE BEE HIVE.
Having purchased the right to manufacture
the Buck Eye Bee Hive for the counties of
Rowan, Stanly, Cabarrus, Iredell, Catawba and
Davie. I am prepared to fill orders and sell in
hese counties this valuable and improved Hive.
I will sell farmers rights, when they will make
viuo ui nve, at ten aoiiara m ngnt. x will
also sell Township rights on reasonable terms.
Nearly Every body that examines it buys one.
It will more than pay for itaelf in one year.
Ail we ask is a trial. Come and examine the
Hive for yourselves and be convinced.
Manufactory on East Corner of Lee A Coun
sel streets, near the Depot.
April 9, 1874-Omos.
. Blackmer and Henderson,
January 22 187ft tt.
R Ra Ra
RADWAVS READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
ator ra-ttnc Ojm mit
SUFFER WITH PAIS.
RADWAVS BEADY RELIEF 18 A
It wa tho first and Is
Tlio Only Ftalxa Remedy
tka laaMMlr atop the moat nrrneiattes Mh attar
InSaiSisnnai, and earaa ConjwMow. wkaUMr ot tka
Lunra. Stomach, Bowah, or oUier gland or orgaaa, mj
IE FROM ORB TO TWENTY MDTTTTKa.
na matter bow violent or xcraelaUnf tae pain th
BHBOHATIO, Bad ridden. Infirm, Crippled. Kervou.
Neuralgia, or preatratad with dlwaao may tuffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
wTLL AFFORD Iff START BASS.
rSPLASXATlON OF THE RIDJfEYS.
I ft FL AM M AT I O S OF THE BLADDER.
IXFLAMMATIOR OF THE BOWELS
COSOBSTTON OF THE LUXOR
BOSS THROAT, DIFFICULT BRBATBIHO.
PALPITATION OF TUB HEART.
HYSTERICS, CEO UP, DtPTHEBIA
COLD CHILLS, AOUB CHILLR
Tka application of the Ready Relief the part or
parta where the pain or difficulty wlU afford eaa
Twenty drops la half a rambler of water will In a few
momenta care CRAMPS. 8PASMR SOUR RTOBACH.
HEARTBURN RICK IIBADACAE, DI
DYSENTBBY. COLIC. WIND IN THE
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers ahoold alwart carry a bottle of
arawe BteAatw Relief with them. A few drone in
water will prevent kkteaa or pain from chana of
water. It Is batter than K ranch Brandy or Bluan aa a
FEVER AN AGUE.
FEVER AMD AOUB cared for fifty eeeta There la
not a remedial apent in this world that will cure Fever
nd Ague, and all other Malarieoa, Blloua, Scarlet,
Tvphnid, Yellow, and other Fevera aided bp BAD
WAY'S PI LI j ao quick aa RADWAY'S READY BE
LIEF. Fifty cenu per bottle.
STBONO AMD PURE RICH BLOOD TKCBB SB
OF FLESH AND WEItlHT t'LKAK SKIN ANU
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOlfTRHINa CURES: SO
SUICE. SO RAPID AKK TUB ''HASUKS, TUB
ODY UNDER". t iKS, UN DEB THB INFLUENCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDEBFUL MEDICINE.
Every Bay an Increase ii Flesh
and Yeisjit is Seen anil Fall
Every drop of the RAR8APARTLLIAS REBOL
YENT coimnaiiicatee through the Blood, Sweat. Urtoe.
and other Fluid and juiee ef the avfirm the vapor of
Ufa for It repalra the Wfi of the body with now and
ound material. Scrofula. Syphllla, ConeanapOon.
Olandiilar dlaeaee. Ulcere In the throat, Moatfc. Tu-
mora. Nouee l n t lie uutnd anl otner parte of the apneas.
no re ai
ivca. Stnimonwna Uiaclianrea I r,ti the Ear and
the worat forma of Skin dia. Eraptinna, Fever
Boree, Scald Head. BIhk Worm. Salt Rheum. Erysipelas,
Acne, Black Spot, Worma In the Fieah. Tumors, Caa-
eharcee, Nlaht Sweata, Lmeof Sptnn and all weatea of
cere in tne wecno. ana nil weaarninc a ho painrai die-
Uie life principle
wonder of Model
are wiihln the curative
iraiire rexee or
a few daye' oee
ern Chvniiairv, and
rfrove to any parson uaing It for either of theae forma of
iu potent lKwcr to cure them.
If the ratlcnt, dally uccomini: reduced by the wastes
ana uecoiir,Mitl"ii tnr.t Cc.Tit::many iroaTealnc uc
Cueda Iu a. resting thec watc. ami repairs the earns
run new malrrlal imule frnm healthy blood and this
the SAIUAI'AUILLIAN will and doe. secure a cure
is certain; for when once this remedy commences Its
work of puriucution, and itcteeds.in diminishing tba
loss of waictcs. its repairs will bo rapid, and every day
the patient XV ill f-t I himself urowlnw berti., an. I troneer.
the food diccrting better, appetite improving, and flesh
and weight iiicreafi.ijf.
Not only does tho 8iK3Arian.UA Rxsolvxtt eicel
all kuown remedial agents In the cure of Chronic, icra
fulous. Constliu'.lonal, and Skm diseasci, bat It ht tna
only positive euro for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary aa.1 Womb diseases. Gravel. Dntbeta. Dmrwy,
Stoppace oi Water, Iiicoutlnenecof Urine. Bnuht's Dis
ease, Albuminuria, and In all caa as where there are
brick duatdepoarts, or the water U thick, clondy, tailxed
with auhstauccs liko the white of an ear. or thread. Ilka
white silk, .r thero Is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
Blu e, aud white bone-dust deposlta, and whn Um re U
a lrlckliig, liuriilng avnsatloii when parsing water, and
p;u ui iuj buia.i cl the Back aiki aloiig the
Tumor cf 12 Yearn9 Growth
Cured by Railway's Resolvent.
perfectly tasieleaa. eleganfly coated with sweed puna,
purge, roaalatc. purity, cleanse and strengtben. Mad
way Pill, for the cure of nil disorder of tho Stomach.
Livrr. Bowels, Bidne)a, Bladder. Nervinis Iriaal aaaa.
Headache. Coutipation, CovtlvemsM, Iudigestlon, Dra
pepaia, BBwaaataeaa, Bilious Kever. Inflammation af tba
Bowels, Pilea, and all Derangements ot Uta Internal
Viscera Warranted to effect a poltlve enre. Purvlr
Vegetable, conuunlug uo utei cury, lumeraU or deleteri
A few dose of RADTTAY'S PILLS wDl free the ays
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tamp to RADWAY a CO., No. SI Warren St., New
Yorfc Information worth thousands will be sent you.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Icrt:vlan Syrzin, a Protect
ed Solution ef the Protoxitlo of
Iron, is so combined as to here
the character of an ailment, at
cu. il ii digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the auantlty
of Nature's Own ) italizintf
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures athousttml ills,'' situjrfy
by Toning up,Inv'tgtrathtg end
I italizing tho System. The en
riched and vitalised blood jxt
Mcafcfl every part vf the body,
repairing damages and tvaote,
bfurehiug cut morbid secret
tions, and leaving noUung fo
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of thin remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver lutii
plaint, Dropsy, C'b route Diar
rhoea, Boils, XervotiH AlTeetioiiM
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Lioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Ki;hicy.s and
Bladder, Fcmalo Complaints,
and all disease originating in
a bad state of the iAood, or ac
companied by debility oraloxo
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, 'its
energizing effects arc not fal
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, hut arc jcrmancnt, infu
sing strength, vigor, and netrj
life into all parts of the system,
and building tip tin Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been dianged
by the use ofthij remedy, frvm
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women: and
invalids cannot reasonably Jics
itate to give il a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the gUus.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietor.,
. Ro. 1 Milton Place, Itomon.
Solo by Divooiiti ormkrally.
'Land Deeds. Trustee Deed
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriff.
T J m 11.1 a . a S
Lceus, uauei mortgages, oft
For Sale at this omtr ,
Dr. J. Walker's California Vin
agar Bitters aro a purely Veeetablo
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tire herbs found ou the lower ran pee of
the Sierra Xorada moon tains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. Tho question Is almost
daily asked, "What is the cause of ths
unparalleled success of VrxBoaa Bit
ters V Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
cover his health. Thoy are the great
blood purifier and a lifo-giving principle,
a perfect Kenorator and InvigoratDr
of the system. Never before In the
history of the world has a modidae been
compounded posseasing the lenisrk&Me
qaahUea of Yixboas Dittbbs in healing tas
sick of every diaeaae man U heir to. They
are a peutle l'urpativo aa wail aa a Tonic,
relieving Congcatioa or Inf. animation of
the Uvcr and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Da. Walter's
YfXKQAK HiTTBBS are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, KutritiouA, Laxative, Dioretie,
Sedative. Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Aitara
uv and Anti-BUioos.
tirateful Thousands proclaim Yis
xoajt Bitters the moat wonderful In
Ti go rant that ever tuatained th "r.iriw
Nq Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones aro not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of oar groat rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Peart, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tho stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exortiog a pow
erful Influence upon these various or
gans, Is essentially necessary. There
is uo cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr.. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which tho
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating tho secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Fortify tho body against disease
by purifying ail its fluids with Vinegar
Bitters. No epidemic can tako hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, TTead
achc, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tbo Stomach, Bad Taste
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tatiou of tho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lung; Pain in the region of tho Kid
ncys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, ore the oflspriugs of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's Ed!, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Keck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Soros, Eruptions of the Skin, Sere Eyes, etc
In these, as in ail other constitutional Dis
eases, $valkbb' Yikkgab Bittebs bare
shown .their great coratiYO powers in tho
most ohbtinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters hare no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
caged In Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Typo-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as they adranco in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Waxxzb's Tin
bo a a Bitters occasionally.
For Sk in Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring worms,
Scald head, Soro Ejc. ErysipelsA, Itch,
Scarfs, Discolorstjons of the Skin, IJ amors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug op and carried
out of the system in a short time .by the ass
of these Bitters.
Piiu Tape, and other Worms,
larking in the STetem of so many Lhouaaoda,
are effectually destroyed and removed. No
system pf medicine, no vermifuges, no aa
thelminitics 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 torn of life, these Tonie
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the akin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores:
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
BjuKgian.in me veins ; Cleanse it wnen it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pore, and the health of the system
u h. McDonald co..
DraexiatasadOae. Agta-Haa rraaciaoo. Caht
and cor of Washington and Caerttoe Sau. H.
SOU by 11 Ur ugg lata and DesOet
A i onen -five Daily Paper,
RALEIGH N. C.
Reiable. High-Toned. Conrteons.
J. 8. HAMPTON.
Daily $5.00 for six months : W.20 for three
months : 50 cents for one month.
Clubs of ten $17,00.
THE WEEKLY CRESCENT.
for tbe ramily
One year' $1.50 ; Six month 75 cenu ;
months 40 cants. Clubs of Fire $7; Ten
$13.50 ; Twenty $23.00 ; Twenty five 27 50
J . tHAMPTON, Proprieter.
Raleigh. N- C.
Kerch 1 2,15741 C
Dr. D. 8. PERRY'S
Bitters nraat become the nnirenal
edy of the age. There is neihisj Use these
eqval to them under the sun. They restore the
weak, invigorate the feeble, and give new lt
and tone to the broken down sjssssa, la galea,
malic and malarious districts they are worth a
ship load of Quinine uoweders and pills, Ta
are especially adapted to persons saflering fr
Dyspepsias, litre r Complaints.
cos ti veness, Headache,
Chills and Fewer end Files.
To Delicate Females,
Ladiea, old or young, will bod these Biuoa
especially adapted to diseases peculiar tolhZ
sex. ervwisneas, Isaatitude. Wsnt oAa-ZtaT
and General Debility, all vield to the auS
charm of these ineeUmable Butere.
HEAR WHAT 18 SAID.
HEAR WHAT 18 8AID
HEAR WHAT 18 SAID
"Wonderful effects have resulted from yoer
Dr. Paaar'slBiUerx." JO"
4My Chills are gone. I caa hardly beaiers
"Send me one esse Persy's Ritia.
Nothing like them here."
I enclose affidavit of say case. 1 had seats
as to convince you of the wonder cure,"
"Sorely they are the saoet delictual srbee
tonic in the world."
"Dr. Wilson says that you are a
"Hurrah ! No
We could fill this paper twice over with jaa
such genuine extracts, but the above ssuet eaf.
6c Our Bitters are prepared under taw super,
vision of D. & Perry, Mesa bat of the Boyal
College of Physician and Surgeons, --law
fc-oelaud, and of the If edkcel Clinic of 0 lsw,
All orders should be i ii j e X
PERRY AJtOMATIC BITTER CO
NEW YORK, D. a
The Bitters are sold either by the
bottle or Case at 1 per bottle.
Parties in sending letters far advice as la
tbssr dies esses will confer quite a tsvor by riv
ing name of County as well as Town where they
beside. It wUI save us a wonderful amount ef
lime and annovance if this will be observed,
EPERRY AROMATIC BITTER COM-
GHliT FAMILY HDICDd
Dr. GREEN'S PIT CURE '
The Great Remedy fer EpUptv, Cam
ril. bnasma Conriaiuna ajJ x-r...... u . v
fulness, sets promptly, often srrreting the Kits
from the first days oee, even where they hsvs
aw, a ... 1 f. .
COMPOUND EX. CORYDALIB !
The Greet VeyeUble Alterative, Cares.
ecrofuls,Secunuarv SrDbaJijL ki m ik.
Ukin, and all diseases ariaioe from imnure Blood
. MDICATZD H0FBT.
A oovereirn Balm for Cotn-h. r..u.
chilis, Asthma, and all diaem.es of the air-peel
sages and Lungs. By iu timely use many sup
posed cases of Consumption srs promptly re
lieved and the Lungs restored to health.
NEURALGIA SPECIFIC !
A prompt, puattive and permanent relief for
uie cxcruciatine pains of -Nruraifia
tLun and Scialica.
PoSale by T. F. 1 :
Prepared only by
Dr. GREEN, LINDLEY ft
Nov. 8, 187S.-ly.
Tbe only known mrdy for
And a positive remedy for
GOUT, ORAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABE
TES, DYSPEPSIA. NERVOUS DEBILITY
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irrita
tion, In flam at too or Ulceration of the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS.
SPERM ATORR II U1A,
Leocon-Ho-s or Whites, Diseases of the Prosteis
Ubsnd, Stone, in the Bladder,
Colcolos Gravel or Brick doat Deposit and Ma
cus or Milky Dsschargss.
rsrsaanentlv Cures sll Diseases of the
BLADDER, KlDNEYH AND DROPSICAL
K WEI LINGS,
Ezinting in Men, Woman and Children,
Pw-no Matter what the age i
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Bochu ia worth more thaa all
Other Buchus combined."
Price, One Dollsr per Bottle, or Biz for Five
Dollars. Sold by G R BARKER A CO.
Depot, 104 Dnane 8t, N. York
A I hyaacaan to stlendance to
pondt-nce and give advice grmtia.
af Send stamp for Pamphlsas,
OF BOTU SEXJfia.
No Charge for Advice andConsultaiitm.
Dr. J. B. Dyott, srsduste Jefferson Medical
College, PUibtelphia, aolborof several vsJemass
work, can U- comailtetl on sll
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which
an eapecial atudv ; either in male
matter from what cause onariualins or of
Mag standing. A pra-iu of JO years
a nas m s
mm to irval diseases with sas
Cnar:itiU.-t.-J. L'harijea reaMrnable.
distance can forward teller describings
and endowing stamp to pretaiv
Send for the Guide ts UemMk. Pries 10c
J. R DYOTT, M. D,
Phyoicisn and Surgeon, 104 Duaos Sc. N. Y.
Feb:5 1874 tf
CRAIGE & (JRAIGE.
ATTORNEY Al LAW,
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