FOR C0NGKEP8 :
HON. W. II. ftOBBIKS.
gUP'T. sUMC ISTRUCT02 I
COL. S. D. POOL.
THOMAS J. W1L80N.
FOR SOLICITOR I
live Tirket for Eswas
ky SS COBBIJ CSBTes
JOB THE LEGISLATURE :
Senate: . f
JOHN H. CLEMENT.
The Richmond Whig Corres-
The Richmond (Va.) Whig, of the
30: h July, publishes a corespondent,
beginning ai follows :
Old Fort. McDowell Coubtt, N.
G., July 251874. There would be ao lit
tie to amuse or interest 7onr readers m an
accoont of oar trip from U'.chmood to
.. Q.i;.WnMi tl T ali.-ill tuiviii m iot t in era
proveeoisuetaiaed. It derives but little, if - i Ji&
I . frnm that nlaA ayliM.li flf.'n nnrW the fit-
the bible and cannot, there- " , ' , ,
" I JR1... olaM nf T tin rri.lim no Ml At
ntial or aa tending to V 8 r T -7 l. 'Z
a h pinAif in np mnrniiii. oretitMiiB niiv-
ri ;a a thi. i o
uui nit " wmm . "
The peculiar emotional religion of Henry
Ward fcecher has elicited considerable com
ment from the press, since bis exposure by
Tilton; and the strange feature about the news-
:, ;;, that it ia in the tnaih favora-
tiCCOHSer VatiVC I ble to Beecher, so fares the Northern Press ia
concerned, at least. But it baa, in our opinion,
taken the wrong view of the whole matter.
tWohpr-Um is a euno and most continue to
fore, be defended
the salvation of men.
Of nepresentauves i
JA8. 8. McCUBBINS,
GEORGE M. BERNHART.
FOR SHERIFF :
CHARLES F. WAGGONE1
rOR CLERK OF 8UPERI0R COUI
JOHN M. HORAH. .
FOR RKGISTKR OF DEEDS t
HORATIO N. WOODSON.
J AS. S. McCUBBINS, JB.
FOR SUVEYOR t
JOSEPH E. DOBBINS.
FOR CORONER :
BENJAMIN F. FRALEY.
..... I LlIllIiT UUl till Iliviwot; Lucaau.t. a
Sun rutxk,genuine religion is not somucn a 8aift 0 the vile8t t0 in tUe 8ute
mauer oi reeung as oi prucipw. h(lt to there several
right thinking, develops itself in right acting, . return. I orndentlv soDDress
and ends in a condition of love to God and ODinan ot its neonle. which is based
good will toward men. The attempt to violate principally apon tne appearance and man-
mis oruer nu w jump uuvc mu i ners 01 soms nait dozen oi us rauroau
menu of results which are only to be reached officials. Suffice it to say, that I was
by long and patient labor, is a mistake which glad enough to jump aboard the "Pall-
causes moat of the discredit into which religion man palace cars of the Western North
and its advocates have fallen with the world at Caroliua railroad and flee away as a
large. The transient excitement produced by dove into the mountains.
singing, praying, and impassioned exhorting Ti RU!hmond yru xi . L.Ae. ,hlls
which multitudes esteem the chief element of .
religious experience, k found, in practice, to " w.uu.
be of so HtUe avail in making men honest snd eorrespondence. Every citiaeu of onr
good, that it has ceased to command the re- town will instinctively regard this action
pact of sensible people, and the real article of with indignation. Can the Whig defend
Which it is a coonterai seasaa w De Opiaoi u or u p ,ndjffer6llt w !t f
along Wth it, . . ' I VibuutM in anv PtrrPP .nnU ti. mm
Whatever gushing orators and sensational I . , 7 .
preachers may say to the contrary, it ia no WMel,uu,TiUB, or w " wuoto commauuy, .a
possible, in the ordinary coarse of things, io( grave word to use j bat when needlessly
pass directly from a state of sinfulness into a j and causelessly applied through the col-
truly religious state than U is for a confirmed in- umns of a public newspaper, as above,
valid to be at once restored to health. There nn fk. vMonM f u rt snij
have, it ia true, been caaea of miraculous spirit- :. . . . x. : j Li
' , . , ,. ,. ... it is as astonishing as it ia unpardonable,
ual as of miraculous corporeal healing, but they .. . . . . ' ,
do not occur often. The only means that can Doe8 lhe Rwhmond Whig offer such
be relied on, as a role, to effect a radical and things for the gratification and pleasure
permanent cure requires time for its applica- of its readers i Do the people of Rich
tion. The spiritual teacher who promises in
stant salvation to his followers is as much of a
quack as the self-styled physician who adver-
; lines to cure diseases by simply giving his pill,
without chanee of diet or interference with
T- I . . . 1.. . e
business. Both may succeed in aivina tempo- 01 8ame populauon Pitt ot morals,
rary relief; but both in the end are sure to leave intelligence, honesty, or wealth ; her ciU
their patients worse off than they found sens are as Jiberal and as hospitable.
Paid 81, Mrs. W. B. Royal!, J. 8. Al
len, Mrs. Harriet - Broadaway, Uriah
button, Mrs Savage, Rev. J. C. Clasp,
Dr. Aberoathy, W. H. Williams, J. M,
Brown, R. M. He raue, Mies Mary. Mor
rison, Miss (Stonewall) Jackson, O. W.
Nichelson, Mrs. E. S. Nicholson.
Paid 0 cents each, J. W. Davis and
S. M. Finger.
Paid 25 tents each. Miss Lizzie King
William May and J. J. May.
Paid 10 cents, each, Lilly, William,
Benjamin and Bettte Nichelson.
10 Barrels of flour, Dr. W.J. Hawkins.
1 ton of Superphosphate, Waltou, Wbann
& Co. 2 pair shoes. It. D. Melvio. 1 ex
cellent Sewing Machine, Singer Manufac
turing company ; I box clothing, Ladies
of Beanie' Ford. I lot of bacon, floor,
batter, shoes and clothes, collected by
Adoniratn Lodge No. 1 49. 1 lot of pick
els, A. Crews. 1 large load of hay, J. H.
Horner. 1 lot of bats and fans. Miss I.
The dosing days of winter and the early days
of spring are very trying to the feeble and sen
sitive and are ant to elect unpleasantly even
the more robust and- vigorous. Nothing Can
be more uncongenial to the nerves or more
depressing to the aplrita than damp, chilling
winds, fogs and cold rains, and of such unwel
come visitors wa have a superabundance at this
reason. Common-prudence aoggeata, therefore,
the propriety of fortifying the system against
ions enemies of health and "comfort, and
the experience of more than a quarter of a
tury points to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as
the all-sufficient sanitary safeguard under such
untoward circumstances. An "g-fwi of vital
strength and energy is what is required to meet
and overcome the unhealthy elements now
present in the atmosphere. This increase of
vital power, ao necessary to meet the extraordi
nary drafts which an inclement season makes
upon the system and the constitution, can be
readily acquired by taking from two to three
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. TO THE PEOPLE 0 F THE
thees - KIMMT JUJJ1U1AL T1TC
is hating claims
Mm. - ... w em at
lata ot Augustus r . Meiilg. rt iissti 1 are
hereby notifted to exhibit the aaaSe tth
undersigned on or befora thwfctrd daj ol July
A. U. 1070.
CALEB T. BERNHARDT.
AUGUSTUS F. HEILIG, di-cd.
July 23, 174 (it.
The undafBhrned lor reasons
nnuelf. takes thw method u wuhdraw
ame as a Candidate fur the nfiioe of
of Howaji, tor thu present cauva-s lie
prefer ins cuuins at a future time.
July 16, 1871-21.
a-CaodidU for the i
the Superior Court of this
As the oOee it one that shoeU k. v
l 1 .U I ..I
eoureij iur uwiui iuuuf nee of rgbi "
polities 1 asa nt the candidate of aaypan
and have no political iipttriostosaZnaCar'
shall make no canvass of the Duiri7T i
it uubecomiug to a cacd
nl naaW ..
TO THE PEOPLE OF ROWAN CO
Oet linger. 1 valuable box of Dry Qoods doses of Hostetter's Bitters dally daring the
citizens of Wadesboro. winter and Spring months. The nature of this
celebrated restorative is well known to the pob-
Home and no Home.
Every person's home is his castle.
To him it should be the centre of the uni-
lie. It is composed of an absolutely pure dif
fusive stimulant, medicated with the extracts
and juices of the most effective tonic, alterative,
anti-bilious and laxative roots and herbs known
to medical science. To the combination of
I hereby announce mraelf a Gaskdadasa for
the office of High Sheriff of Rowan County.
If elected to said office I will endeavor to
discharge the duties incumbent upon me with
naeitty proanptnem nd atnek unparUelitv,
knowing no party in the discharged of ear of.
bead duties, i
DAVID. L BRING LE.
July 16, 1874 -till day elee.
ntelligencer please copy.
mond and Virginia regard North Carolina
towns as vile, and Salisbury as the vilest t
Salisbury will compare favorably with
any town in North Carolina, or Virginia,
vrsa, or) in other words, the place around these excellent ingredients, in proportions sui
whicb all hia thoughts and iffMLinn. table to the exigencies of enfeebled, lanauid
centre. and di8ea stems, the great tonic-alterative
I would say to each one, lore and !!! ite effifdenc7 M TenUTe .ffdou,mti
... . A course of it commenced now. will Drevent all
cnensn your Home with your whole heart, danger of fever and aeue. rheumatism, or other
You cannot prize it too highly. You cau- im,ents arising from cold and damp peculiar
nA itn iM k. J t i to the spring montha, and also prove a safegnard
not strive too hard to make it pleasant against sue attacks of dyspep-h! land live7com-
and attractive for your loved ones. Re- plaint which so frequently occur at this period
member you cannot always keep them ol ine vear-
wim j uu. xuc pa nour oi parting must
In religion, as in the management of bodily
health, the one great point to be steadily kept
in view is abstinence from sin. Every physician
j. f. Mclean, j. o. Fleming, of experience knows that if men would only re-
fOB COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HENRY BARRINGER, D. A. DAVIS,
DR. L. W. COLEMAN.
July 9th. tdc.
frain from improper eating, drinking, and ex
posure, nine-tenths of the sickness of the world
would immediately cease, and the remaining
tenth would not be slow in passing away like
wise. The science of medicine is every day be
coming less one of drug-giving and more one of
regimen . To find out the cause of sickness and
put a stop to it, is seen to be a much more sensi
ble proceeding than to let the cause go on work
ing, and only try to remedy its effects. When
the teachers of religion come to the same con-
We speak what we know, and we defy
j the correspondent or the Whig to show to
Contributions to the Orphan
Asylum, in July, 1874.
SEND US THE NEWS.
The large majority of our readers will
heard the result ot the election tn
respective counties before this paper
them. To those whom it will
before the election is over, we would I elusion, they will have reason to expect success
Sw work until the son is down for the in their enorts .to reform the world, snd not
Asa tir.lcpf. Snnd n. thA re.nlt oeiore.
Christianity, the prevailing religion or this
count rv. is. as we all know, based nnon Judaism.
THE REASON WHY. it- Founder emphatically declared that he did
The Raleigh Sentinel gives the following not come to abrogate the Jewish law, but to ex
whv the Deonle should not votP for Plain and amplify it The basis of that law is
candidates of the negro party on to-day. the Ten Commandments, which both Jew and
I -.a a . . a a a a- a
use 1st. The Republican party is dristian accept as suu binding, and which,
. 1 J i 9 a 1 a
nartv of fraud and corruotion in hbrh re " DieS"" Pr"OQ ery rengion
a w - . o
It was a Republican Legislature that
come. Unc by oue thev will be aVm
from you ; and then saddened indeed will
be your life, if you are to be haunted by
the memory of lit le deeds left undone,
which, had they been doue, would have
added much to the comfort and happiness
of those who can now be with you no
more ; bat blessed will be your lit-; if you
can say, UI have done what I could to
make them happy."
The exercise of thoughtfulness and
care will make home an earthly para
While you are enjoying the light and
love of a pleasant, cheerful home, do not
forget the many all around you who have
been deprived of that light and love.
The cold dark grave holds their dear
ones, and the places they once called Contingent Fee,
uome are now occupied by strangers.
un, do not refuse to open your heart
Cedar Cove Nurseries.
Craft and Sailor. Proprietors
Red Plains, Yadkin County, N. C.
ureal inducements ottered to por
ch asera of Fruit, trees Grape Vines.
Strawberry and raspberry flanta.
Price List now ready, with list of leading
verities, oena lor it.
CRAFT A 8AUjOB,
Red Plains, Yadkin Co,
Aug. 6, lg74 tt
Paid $570, Twenty-fonrth-of-Jane 1 d " i yT T"
celebration in Raleigh. ' .h?,: , tUem ' f er
P.iHSifto o i-, t v. 1 are od8 little ones ;'' and has He not
aa vwawa sail n lUlllUK AaWUCQ J
Salisbury Male Academy.
Tbo Fall Session commences on Aug. 31t
1874, and will continue twenty weeks.
RATES OF TUITION
For English IJ ranches S3 per month
ciaxical v Higher Mathematics S,
Mouthiy Payment required
A. S. MURPHY,
Aug. 6, 1874 1 mo.
la 1868 voted millions of corrupt debt upon
the already overtaxed people of North Caro
lina, and inauy of the Republican members
of that body are now asking the people to
treat them again, and the more effectually to
deceive the people, now raise theory of hon
esty ia office, reform, retrenchment, acts ad
nauseam, just as the pickpocket is the fore
most and loudest to cry stop thief, when he
himself has the watch in his pocket.
Because Snd. All their leaders are .broken
down political hacks w ho have sucked the
official teat so long that they, will starve if
that panacea of all Radical ills is taken from
use 3rd. If thev are elected our neo-
pie will find fastened upon them that most
infamous of all the creations of the deyil, the
sivil rights hill. That bill that forces "the
metre te a social level u-ith the white man
forces the children of the poor white man
Who is unable to send his darling to a pay
aehool, to sit in the class on the same bench
with the little dirty, black monkeys that a
laaatical party, for its own corrupt party pur
poses, has forced up to the level of the white
man, whose people have carried light and
power and knowledge into every corner of
the world. We say nothing about the polit
ical rights of the African, but in the name
of all that is holy in our traditions of the past,
let US not be instrumental in bringing the
great sin of social Tights upon our race.
The negro has bad undisputed possession of
a mighty continent since the creation of the
World, and that continent, rich and teeming
e Is its soil, blessed as it is in elimate, vein
ed by mighty rivers, " arteries of trade, H
iSaade to day ss it stood in the beginning.
teba&nted only by the savage and the wild
beast. The Afru-an had as his neighbor.
SO Egyptiau, with all their learning, but
lived on in ignorance, Arabia illumed
work! with the glare nf scientific light.
and Africa remained ia impenetrable dark
ness. Other nations of the world advanced
ftn knowledge, learnt the use of the metals
to build houses, to write, to print, to paint.
She use of the mariner s compass and all that
e man civilized, and the African still re
in darkness, still went naked, slept
fa hollow trees, brought down bis game with
n arrow pointed with a fish bone. Sad look
ed nnon the white aaila of the white u
wno neasiionaliy visited hjs coasts, as the
creations of another world. And still we are
told that this woolly headed blot upon the
mm a . . - W -
lamny oi uauons. is the equal of the white
the equal of tbe people whose ancestors
to their waists to meet the invading
ens. and ever smea that day wherever
Share has been neei d of high, heroic dariug
arsd haul . unselfish brain labor, there has
been seen the "blue-eyed caxon with his
yellow bajr." "
And H aunb as James II. Harris say that
She aiicftMr is our menal, moral aud social
quJ in the face of fcheajr facts, sod the fart J
seat not a uongn jn Africa ajiows a thing
now that bis ancestor three thousand years
Sgo did not know-
Paid $100, Hon. W. A. Smith.
Paid $80, Mebaneville Church and
Paid $65, Ladies of Washington.
Paid $51 95, Fayctteville Lodgo No
Paid $38.75, Phoenix Lodge No 8.
Paid $35, Collection iu Yancy vil le.
Paid $30, each, Clinton; Lodge No 107
aud Buffalo Presbyterian Church.
Paid $2855, Miss Mary Jordan's
Paid $2650, Ladies of Wilming
ton. Paid $22 60, Carolina Lodge No 141.
Paid $2185, Collections by J. C.
Paid $15, each, Mecklenburg Lodge
in the world. Of these Ten Commandments, all
but one point out sins which are not to be com
mitted, without saying anything of church
going, revivals, prayer meetings, or hearing
WWW L . . i - aa
sermons, we are commanded not to worship v ha ... vv. n..k..:." a. '.
other than the one true God, not to take His I v
name in vain, not to labor on the Sabbath day, paja $i0, each, Farmers Warehouse of
not to steal, nor tell lies, nor murder, nor com- Danville, Catawba Lodge No 248, and
mit adultery, and. finally, not to cherish even L. A. PaachalL
the desire of doing such things. It requires no Paid $9.30, Episcopal congregation of
argument to show that if men would only faith- Henderson.
fully follow these few simple precepts, there Paid $8,68, Sharon church of War
would be an end of sin, and earth would become ren.
like heaven. ' Paid $8 W. W. Smith.
The difficulty is, that simple as these lsws Paid $6 25, High Brighton Lodge No
appear to be,Uiey are amazingly hard to obey I
said, " Whosoever shall give to drink un
to oue ot these little oues a cup of cold
water only in the name of u disciple,
verily I say unto you, he shall iu uo wise
lose his reward ? ' And, also, "Iu as
much as ye have done it unto one of the
least of these, my brethren, ye havj done
it nnto me
Do not, by refusing the love and sym
pathy which will cost yyou so little, but
which will be above price to them,' add
still more to their cup of bitterness, which
is even now filled to overflowing.
You have not known, as yet, the deep
anguish of the heart of one who as he
stands by the newly-made graves of thoe
who were dearer to htm than all beside
realises the solemn tact that iu !1 da,
world around him there is now no olace
to which he can go aud say "here is my
home." But this is a world of constant
change, and Uhou knowest not what
day may bring forth.,, You who are to
day fieling secure amid the influences of
home may be the homeless wanderers of
to-morrow. Then be kind to the borne-,
less ones, for "with what measure ye
meet, it shall bo measured to you again."
high judicial p.itioo to do so. fRHli
1 desire to usnaxne the office n
Sheriff "bligstbms to party or sect, that I mat U
le mkJ able the more easily to hold the vaaj
. justiee evenly balanced. Saaehorv. V r
June, 18th. 1874.
WILLIAM H. BAlLEy
8ahshory Intel! ig beer, neJem
- Winston gentiuel and Republicin. Daabar
v Reporter aad Mt. Airy Visitor. ea oil 4,1
of election and send bill to W. H. IL a ,
Imt tat gewnT
for Yornro ladhs.
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
RALEIGH, N. C,
Rnr. P. A. ftroxMia, t
Mm. K. M Stbobsl,
The nest session of this Ii
commence u Monday August 3rd, 1p74.
1 he course of instruction Wilf bnti.uroawi
a . : ! i : ,i ,
muii iacuci, riuumciug ail Uj WSS
uaually taught tn the beet Femnle8ann!i
i n niiowtag win be tn rates'
per -saioD ninotitba. mm i
Lnglish branches from mlJdno .. ftiwn
i naaaeee wun
a aawee wun nnsaent Unguawaa snasa
fri. - . f a a.i . ... . I I "
ine sixty-nnn icmd ol tins aclxwil will Use I instrument Hm
commence on Thursday. S-p. 3rd, 1874, and IncidnnuU a-.,.
coulioue twenty weeks. Thu KjllotriniH N.nr bat Ihomarblf aaiiwani T.i
term will room inenee Jan. 21st. 1875. will be emrdoved in tha di&wn aC?
and end June 10th. In beaotv. acoeaaibilit- menra.
aud bealthfulnessof situation ; aocial. liter- ll-.ard. ineludios- lirhta ac fuel fn.n, ait a.
ary. moral aud religious advantages ; and to $12.50 per month.
moderation in charges, this school is not sur
passed by any similar institution in the
r or a circular contain ae full particulars
apply to ine Hector,
KEY. ALDKRT SMEDES D. D.
Raleigh. H. C.-23, 1874-tf.
aj aPsM C
X KBSaK Z
3 aaaMBSaVsVaW r
STOLEN from the subscriber's stable. Thurs
day nightla-t,(July 30th),a large CU EST NUT
My place is iu Carbarrus count v, on the Gold
Hill road about 10 : nil - from Concord. The
horse has a white star in thu faco, a slim tail,
show much of the white of his eye wbon
looking around ; has white Specks under his
tail ; onn white leg, and is quite a showy ani
mal, lie was tracked in lhe tlirection of Salis
bury, but could not be tracid further.
iy I will jrive Rf5 for tho' recovery of my
horse, and $J-" more for thu arrMt and convic
tion of the tbiof. Address me at Mt. Pleasant,
Aug. 6, 1874 2t.
' The beat tn the
sold sS lass) arice than any
a Pamphlet and be
W. 7. Bcasraa w.Tosk. Pa.
in practical life, and all sorts of expedients have
been Invented to get around them. In devising
these expedients none have been more zealous
than the ministers of religion themselves. One
fiction, which they have popularized, is that it
is impossible to obey the Commandments, and
that, therefore, obedience is not necessary. As
if God would trifle with hn creatures by en
joiauig upon them an impossibility ! Another
fiction ia that membership in ecclesiastical or
ganisations is a protection against the conse
quences of disobedience a kind of insurance
policy, as it were, against bell fire. Another
is, that no matter what sins we commit, Jksus
Chrjht has suffered our punishment for us, and
therefore we shall escape, lo come fairly and
squarely out with the scriptural doctrine. "The
soul that sipneth, it shall die," is the last tiling
mat seems to ne thought ol
Of course, it has been found tbat none of
Farmington Lodge No.
Wilmington Lodge No
Energy Lodge No
Paid $5.20, Mt
Paid $5, each, Gen. Robert Ransom,
Orr Lodge No 104, Black Mountain
Grange No 320, Mrs Col. Saunders, Jor
dan Lodge No 184 and John Beavans.
Paid $3, Buffalo Presbyterian Sunday
Paid $2 80, Taylorsville S. S. Mission
Paid $2, GO, McCormick
Paid $2.50, W. J. Tolar.
Paid $2.10, Greensboro
Pa ill nO V.n T r.A ono .
WLT1 m Methodist Sunday SchoS and aChailotte
the fruits of truly religious life, and further t!j K . ; . n
measures have had to be resorted to to sup- , xreaqyierian o. o. ol lew-
plf the deficiency. To continue the parallel ton
of the body and the soul, the glow of health Paid $1.70, Mt. Olive Lodge No.
oemg wauuug, us aosenee has been sup- I IDS
plied by stimulants ; just as the glutton takes
brandy to relieve his indigestion, or as oui-
um is auminisiereu to uestroy the Sense of
pain. It is not too mueh to say, tbat niue
tenths of the existing machinery of religion
naa naa us origin in ine enort to produce a
semblai.ee of geuuiue fervor, in breasts which
are so filled with natural bad passions that
there is no room for heavenly affections. The
corporal titillation i f exquisite music and
architecture, the thrill of oratory, and the
; aJ . a ..
rousing lervor oi cout'reaationa sim?inc nr
made to do duty for the ' nobler aud higher
a t-i a.e i a . m .
earnestness mat res hits irom a tife of strict
obedience to the law of Goo. And the con?
sequence is that. wih millions, religion, as
we have said, has come to be regarded as an
r.: ..t ak... . ... .. i ...
auair ui tuu emotions a tone, Without any
necessary connection with honesty and vir
tue. It is seen that there is no inoompati- 1
I-111 V. -1 . a 1 i .
wiiuy ueiweeu most ieriu religious ex
perience and'1 borough scoundrel ism in everv
day life. Emiuent church -going Christians
and eloquent talkers about their love to Je
sus, their sweet out-pourings of soul and
their ecstatic euioymeut o heavenly contem
plation, are found to be none the less cor
rupt politicians, dishonest merchants, tricky
lawyers, and bad husbands, fathers, and cit
izens generally. If abstinence from sin. ia
obedience to the divine laws, were made, as
it ought to be. the chief and prominent ele-
Bistnarck's daughter, it is said, fell in
love with a young Catholic lieutenant,
and wheu Bismarck proposed to elevate
him, so as to make marriage with the
premier's daughter equal, the young lover
pleaded his religion as a perpetnal bar to
the marriage, whereupon the maiden pro
posed to adjure Prottstautistn, so much
did she love him.
Among the individual accounts with
the Frst National Bank of Washington
mat were overdrawn at lhe closing up of
the concern was that of U.S. Grant to
the amount of a fraction over two hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
Paid $1.60 Cary Lodge No. 198.
Store House for Bent in Statesville.
For Rent and possession given immediate-
7' ' UMl oiAwi. mr a lry uoous or
mixed Stock business, in Statesville, with a
large Warehouse attached for storing pro-
j war -r a
auce, wagon iara, o:c. A rare opportuui
. ... --V r.i:t. 1 . . , ... r
u eBiunau m ousiness io tins growing
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STATESVILLE N. C
REV. S TAYLOR MARTIN. PRESIDENT
Fall term begins Sep. 23. Jc74. and ends
Feb. 5. 1875. Spring term begins Feb. 5,
1875, and euds June 22. 1875. Board & tu-
ltlou, flUt). Music, $2o.
For other iuformatiou send for circular.
July 23rd, 1874. tf.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Chills and Fever.
NO MERCURY !
Hoi: Hoy Lost, Hot Restored ?
arjtja Just published, a new edition of
-i(a n - f i i v
avr. viuvsrwcu a voicDra
tcdSssay on the radical cure
(without medicine) of SPKRHATonBHOXA or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Loos
es, I m potency, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc. ; also Coxsunp-
ttox, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self-in
dulgence or sexual extravagance ; Ac
' Price, in a sealed envelope, only aix
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences, of self-abuse may be radically aired
without the dangerous use of internal medicine
or the application of the knife ; pointing out a
mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effec
tual, by means of which every sufferer, ao mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically.
WOT" This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under aeal, in a plain enve'ope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of aix cents, or two
FOR PILES. Send for circular.
Address the Publishers,
C H AS J. C KLINE a OO.
127 Bowerv. New York Post Office Box. 586,'
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
Having been solicited by numerous friends
I hereby announce myself an Independent
Conservative Candidate for the office of County
Surveyor of Rowan County. Prom the experien
eel have in surveying I feel confident that I can
give satisfaction iu the discharge ot the duties
of the office,
J. C BERNHARDT.
July 93, 1874 till elect, pd.
A BliUflFUL MiTALIC GRATE COVERING.
"I -vwaova imHim
rPl. J a a , ...
re a m r 8lze8 Vw a vanety of yles, ranging in price from
lie, defraud, indulge iu revenge and adultery THI HANnQillisC nCPADATinil
nor ;u any way io wrong inir iejiow men. . , V liniisfwwinii UbUUIlrl I lUfl
mw 3 ww. rapvov iumo accoruiugiy, aOU I . r w piav-u it wi.iiih rvacil Of ail
their display of religious emotioa, instead of a" public generally to call and examine for themselves.
eL-.wufe' cottiempi., as u now too onen does,. specimen can De seen at J . A. Kampay's office
"UUI" w n orajsr hi sjiai e ju ius euioy-
We invite the citizens
O. PliYLEB, Afjent.
Sathsb uy, N. CAug. 6, 1874 -f
In compliance with a Law of Con areata, an.
proved June 23rd, I860, providing for the re
issuing of mat or destroyed Land Warrants.
Xaotice is hereby given that I will annlr to
the Hon. Comnmvionersof Pensions for a nov
certificate, or Land Warrant, in place of Land
Warrant No. 41 15 lor 160 acres, issnod tn m
in the name of Jons Casssxs on the 22nd day
of April, 1816, for services aa a Private in Cant.
cuuci a vuuiwuj, tout yj. Q. Ill lam IT, in
the war of 1UI2. Which Land Warrant was
issued to me under act of 1812, and was never
sold or located by me, but was lost or des
troyed. I- was living tn Montgomery Couaty,
North Carolina, when I iwceived ssid Land
Warrant, also at the time it was lostordes
stroyed. which was in 1JQ4 or 18
T now reside in the town of Gadsden, County
of Etowah and State of Alabama.
JOHN T. X CASSEL8.
Jnly 16, 1PT4 -iv week
Dr. Bellamy s.Pills.
This invaluable medicine involves a PER
FECTLY NEW TREATMENT of CHILL
AND PEVBK, and will effectually euro and
root out the Uicae irom the system.
1. All other remedies must not be taken
when the chil and lever fit is on; but the "Bel
lamy" Pill ran bt taken just as afclu the the
fit is aetntillf ,,n meat ant other time. Take
once a week: during the season of Chills and
Fever, they will Positively ward off and pre
vent an attack making a residence in the
most infected districts perfectly safe.
2. The Bellamy" Pill is also a sure remedy
in all cases ef Intermittent Fever, Rmiiteut
Fever. Typhoid Fever; Sick Headache, Indi
gestion, .Hid Liver Complaints of all kiuda.
3. After yim are entirely discouraged and
hopeless an 4 all other remedies have failed,
make one more trial, procure one Box of Bel
lamy's Pills and take them. The pioprietor
guarantees you an absolute and perfect cure
Refercnce.is made to the extraordinary care
or rrotesior.L.awrence, I'nnoipal ot lhe Insti
tutes of K locution at New York and Pbiladel
phia. He say s as follows:
"About ten years ago. while reaidine in
New Jersey, I had a violent attack of chills and
fever. The chill would come on regularlv
about ten o'clock, and continue for nearlv
two hours, followed by a burning fever for
more than five hours, which no medicine would
relieve ; ,n.d I became so week that I onsld
hardly walk across the room, and could not
ascend on slight of stain in less time than
ten minutes, My life became a burden to me.
I loa'bed every kind of food, and even water
tasted to me like copperas. I could get no
refreshing sleep either by night or by day ; the
medicine pre scribed for me by physician gave
me no relief, and I was fast sinking into the
grave. Ons day aladv persuaded me to pur
cha-e a box oi Ballamy's Pill. I took three
attwelre o'cbKsk noon, and three at night
After taking the two do -tea I Mt better, and
that night . for the first lime in three months,
slept for fully eight hoars. The next morning
I felt much. better, and took three more pills.
As ten o'eltick approached I prepared myself
for my daily chill, but to my intense Joy my
unwelcome visitor did not come ; and after
eating a hearty dinner at one o'clock, I took
three more pills, and at night three more. The
next morning, after a delightful night's rest, I
arose at seveu o'clock, feeling quite well; and
although still very week, yet I was able to en
joy my food, and whether eating or drinking,
everything tasted sweet and pleasant to me.
In about seven days' time I was strong enough
to walk four miles, and felt perfectly cured
Ten years have elapaed since then, and I have
never had another attack of Chills and Fever.
"Nsw York Coxsrrvatort rr Music.
"5 East 14th Street"
In conclusion, the proprietor has only to
state that he will guarantee to cure any ease
of Chills and Fever. No res will ever in such
case be exacted. The natient ia at litwrt t.
nay or not. All that h desired is, that he will
forward a certificate of his cure at an early
PRICE, ONE DoTlaR PER BOX.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the States
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of price.
Payments will be expected one half
For Circulars. Address.
REV. P. A. STRCBEL
Mt. PLEASANT. Csrbarru. i .
July 2. 1874 1 mo.
.' " .
25 Premiums Given aiaj
i am art a
on toe 1st. ot August
We propose to have another Rods Wav
premium drawing on the nieht of Aor la.
at which time there will be twentr-fre ta
premiums. Given to onr Soda Water cass
Parties holdinc No. 1498. St 280 arefadataw
ed they have drawn the 1st 2 preeaiuajk, ssi
are requested to bring up their eh k and take
their premiums and in case they fail to call k
the next drawing the premiums will be ar&ia
C R. Barker d Co.
June 18, 13747:0. .
North CaRouva, In the Probate Cuan
Alexander County, j June 12, 1874.
Moan Teagce. )
W. 8. Tragi a, V ExncVTORs.
or Vajtdever Teagce, Sa- J
In this proceeding it appearing to the aatis
faction of the Court tbat William p. Auatiu,
Vandever L. Aaaun, William Belt aaftf wiia
Elisabeth. White A wife Ktiinira, and tke
Heirs of Leander Au-lin, whoae names aessfMt
known, defendants in said proceeding, are owa-ro-idcnU
of lli'u Stale. It ia uli rtUre ordered
by the Court that poUkation be made' for six
succeaaive weeks in the " Cauouka W atco-
man," a uewapaper puUiahed at Sadssbnry, S.
C, Snmmoning theaaid defendant to ,tpja.'
before the judge of probate of JtlfxinoVr
Conntv, at hia office in the Const Howe st
Taylorsville, N. C.f on the 1st day of Sept-av
ber next, and answer plaintiff complaint, a
copy of which is deposited in the oftre of aid
J udge of Probate otherwise the case will as
ex parte as to them.
E. M. STEVENSON, C. 8. C.
and Judge of Probata
June 25, 1874 if.
Printers fee $S.W J
Among the many discoveries in medicine sf
late, few are regarded with more It-trrvst Una
the valuable remedies lor UY8PEP81A. Of
these, none stand higher among those who we
familiar with its virtue than the LlVSk
Prof. MOORMAN, Physician at the Waits
Sulphur Spring, eminent in hi press,
and being well known in Baltimore, says of it :
" I consider it one of the BLST RBMEblO
FOR D YSPKP31A attended with eonanpatios
tbat I ever need.
Colonel fJOODE, of Mecklenbnrg conntj.
Vs.. an eminent lawyer, aud a gentleman a
unasal intelligence, says : "After long ssJhf
ing, tbat the "LIVER CORRECTOR" ga
him more relief than all oth-nnedicine b aa
Williamsburg. Greenbrier Os-, W. Va.
Messrs Wmde, Beg ktm f Cm.,
Baltimore. Maryland :
Ossrrs I used three or four bottle of year
"Liver Corrector" Lai summer for my traWSSl
DYSPEPSIA, and got more relief from it teas
from any medicine thai T bare ever taken. s
great was my suffering I was notoMe to a
anything, was taken with numbueas aad faV
dine, when I would rise an i ndnaalj or ertes
1 rode on horseback, or in other words
in a manner dead for twelve months, and ft
no relief from any medicine until I fovea year
"liver Corrector. "My health is now staaeklf
and rapidly improving. Your iraternlly.
J. W. On
Fur sale by Theo. F. Kluttx, Druggist 81
isbury, N. C.
May 7, 1-74. 3m.
23 Dey Street, New York.
Cheap Chattel Mortingcs,
and various other blanks for sale bare
Kef Hardware Store.
We reepeetfally invite the atmttoa of aiu
sena of Rowan, and snrroundiug euODti
Hei Stock of Hardware,
lust opened in Salisbury, in which we kssy
Safulliiueof everything usually keptis'
Well Regulated Hardware Store
Onr atoek enbravoes foreegn and eNwsstb
Carpwnter's Tools, a large variety BUc
smiths Tools a large variety Shovels. Spaesv
Forka, Rekea, Pleka, Mattock.. Hoes, Gra:
and Grass Seythes, Chains. Iron, VVaf-
and Buggy Material. Pat. Axes of diff1.
paterns, Tueket and Twble Cutlery. Dnsssa
Mill. Croaa oot, and Hand Saws,
PAINTS, GLASS SC., .
We also invite your attention tooer
Dry-Good, Notions, ClotMm M
& Shoes, Which we are Selling of at esdi
in consequence of ha vine determined
an exeluaive HARDWARE BUSIXE?--
Give ne a call, tare eVeews befow T
Klutts's Dnme Store, and examine uor sa1
e rmrrbajrtng elsewhere ss we "
ir.ed iwS to be uuder so'd by any
SMITHDEAL At OARTIA-
May 7. lSTl-a.
in tb'is State.