Human Nature. Tlic Wilson Ad
"A blind negro, hailing from Alabama,
haa bean playing the fiddle and singing
on the streets and begging aim.' lie met
with aome aucccaa while here and at tract
ad a crowd aa he went along. While
inchfaHn front of our office we were
truck with the following words in one of
hia tongs :
Beefstake when I'm hungry,
Whiskey when I'm dry,
Greenbacks when I'm hard up,
And heaven when I die."
. ' . .
At Dubuque last week daring a storm
a ball of fire the size of a man's head des
cended from the sky into the centre of the
street directly on the head of Paul Renin's
and tueir exploded with a terrific report.
The hair was burned from his scalp, the
blood oozed from bis cars, a gash an inch
and a half long was found nnder bis chin
where the electric current had apparently
made its esit ; the shock had broken his
neck, and his body was litterally skinned.
All down bis back and chest and limbs to
the sole of his feet, the cuticle Was peeled
from the flesh aud rolled and curled upon
itself, leaving the corpse a shocking spec
tacle, which those who saw could never
Young and old Wit.
'Dad." said a hopeful sprig, "ho
many fowls are there on the table t"
"Whv." aava the old gentleman, as he
looked complacently ou a pair of finely
roasted chickens that were smoking on
the dinner table, "why, my son, there are
two." "Two!" replied the smartucsi
"there are three, air, and I'll prove it.
"Three!" replied the old gentleman, who
was a plain iuatteroilact mau and under
atood things at he saw them, "I'd like to
. .. nn .til . 3 ; I
you prove that. "basily done, Sir,
eaatlv done. Aim mat one i mvine dib
a a a-..i nail a t i
fork on the first. ''Yes, that's certain,"
said dad." "And ain't that two?" point-
ing to the Pecond, "and don't one and two
make three!' "Really," said the tather,
turning to the old lady, who was in
.1- i " t : -f
aiuazeiuuufc ui iuo immense kwuiuk
her aon, "real
mij, wne, mil ooyns a geu.ua
and deserves to be encouraged for it.
Here, old lady, do you take one lowl and
IU take the aecond. and John mav have
the third for his learning-"
Thk Great Tuknelsof the World.
It ia in Germany that the longest tun
nels have beeu constructed, and they
have been made in miuing. The great
uaio wwn jj f v ita luniuii,. uv aivai I
aJ t i.v.:,.u oi f:i i . aO
Krnst-August and Georg at Clansthal, 13i
and 10 miles respectively ; the Joseph
II. at Shemmtz, 9 miles ; and the Roth
Bchonberg at Freiberg, 8 mile. The
Mont Cenia, 1 miles, is the only other
very long tuuuel in Europe. In this
country, the Hoosac tunnel, five miles
long, la the most remarkable, and the
only one of great extent that ha been
!.., i'i, C .... ,...! ;.. Va.ai). I
WUIUiCKU. i lit UUUU IUIIIIWI ill i-dUtt
... - I
wiiu ramiucaiiuuB mu
add considerable to that amount'
Sierra oladre tunnel, began this
year, ia to be twelve mile long. The
Eruat-Augtut tunnel waa driven at the
rale of a mile a year, which is the most
rapid progress yet made in such work.
Be in Earnest.
The solemn charge ol a distinguished
man of letters to his son, "Bo in earnest,"
should be applied to each Conservative
heart in North Carolina at this crissis.
Let us truly be in earnest, for we have
incentives to earnestness all around us.
What if the Gothic tide of Civil Rights
hould welm us in stygian ruin 1 We
most strive with all our might aud man
hood, emboldened by the justice and no
bility of our cause, to save the State. It
must not ever again fall under Radical
way, which is the course of curses,
must, indeed, get firmer control.
must have seven nut of eight Congress-
men. We must have a pnre and elevated
Judiciary. We must have a strong Coo
ervative Legislature. We most have
good ulcu in the county officer.
To secure all these blessings we must
b thoroughly iu earnest, from now until
the evening of the 6th of Angust. WiU
"Who," asks the Christain Union,
"was the founder of the American Sun-
day-school f Have we no one4o honor
1.1. 1) . I D.ik.. L J l. . C .
i m awuvi b ii.uft.cB, wuo oiarteu me urateu -
"In seventeen hundred eighty-one,
1 A cross the fields in Gloucester toWn ?
As the old rhyme goes, it was there
"This glorious work it was begun,
And is coining, cumin er, cuiniug alone.'
Yet Robert Raikes, while he lie in the
memory of the English Sunday-school
tnends, has nothing more than an inaig
uificant marble slab over hia grave tn the
very scene of his labors. Had he lived
tut Liu uiiliv titM'liana nnr vsnn anlhn.
. i r -r- . j o -
tiusts, teachers and scholars, would have
ml up a monument to him long since ;
ut who as it is T Why not remember
thia devoted Kuglishman in aome sub
stantial way, and unite with the schools
ou the other side in recognizing a com-.
in on foauder of the Sunday-school t The
glorious work begun by him has certainly
'co tue along' with us."
The Milton Chronicle says : On the
4th raat ., Basil Mansfield, a desperado of
horseihit f notoriety, went to the bouse of
one Betsy Davis, in the Mountain Hill
settlement, and celebrated the glorious
4th by giving Belay an unmerciful whip
ping. Sin- got out a writ for Mansfield,
and while the officer was reading it to
biiu he snatched the writ from the officer
aud tearing it up, made him "git up and
l " II.. .1 & . . .1... i f Ut
iia iiiru went Ml tue uuuse ui uct
sv Davis and beat her almost to death
indeed, it ia thought ahe will not recover.
Another writ was issued and given to the
officer (named Slaughter) to execute. He
auminooud J. Ilowerton, Nat. Williams,
John Deuuy, J. Logan, R. A. Elliott,
J as. Marliu and Samuel Karp to assist
him. They found Mansfield at the house of
Henry fawith ho was eating at the. time,
with a gun lying at hi feet. The officer
nroceeded to road the warrant, and when
he got to the words "bring bim before
nr some other mstice," Mausfield reached
for hi gun
when an order to "fire"
given, and five bail perforated the dee
DerauV carcass. He exclaimed, "dou't
fire any more 1" and fell dead.
i laisssansii i aa-ae. " aam m . -.MMMMMMMMMMMMBaaaiwaaaaBBMMaMWweaiMwaaaBMBWMMMMMMMBMMMWMMaaBaBBBSi
While Mrs. Porter, of St. Albans, and
her two children, were out gathering ber
ries on Friday afternoon, one of the chil
dren stepped on a rock overhanging a
deep hole in a creek and fell into the wa
ter. Ther mother jumped in after her
child, followed by the other child, and
before assistance could be secured all
three were drowned.
A man's w
man' wealth depend more on hi
wife than hi income. Some women will
cause their husbands to become rich on
fife hundred dollars a year ; others can
scarcely keep out of jail on I re thousand
Democrats to be Galled Forth.
John W. Forney, one of the shrewdest
and most experienced of living politicians
in America, is scandalised at the political
condition of the fairest portion of the
South, and want President Grant to
"take the reposibility" of crashing ont
Moses, bcott, Chamberlain, and the wkole
plundering crew. In his paper, the Phil
adelphia Pressoi the 4th of July, he prints
a remarkable leader on what is impera
tively needed to prevent the disruption
and overthrow of the National Republican
party. We quote :
"First of all, and above al the Repub
licans must find mean to secure some
thine: like civilised governments to the
fairest portion of the southern country.
This ia demanded, not a question of party,
but of humanity, it is as uecessary to
the blacks as to the whites ; and there
ought to be statesmanship enough in the
Administration to devise a plan for the
removal of this growing sore in the body
politic. President Grant ha shown great
political pluck on several occasions. With
hia vast vrestiae he has attemoted some r
- - ' w
very bold thing in his peraonai adminis-
t - a - - i
, Whiil. w nnrai tn
aaawM mm w w wieijvw w
tiie President is that a little of the same
ulock he shows for individuals should be
BUbwn in aid of suffering States like South
Carolina and Louisiana.
It is enough, if neglected, to arouse
i. ;.. q,, r ,u xj.:
- - ,e of the;
I ub a ii v nnrlinn rf t Vio nmnlii nf tha Snntli I
uuvi u hi
.... nnn'Ji tnm r
,.a nr . . nnnrooaJ 5Uo I F
" L 71 j :7 . u ' rJCW '
I l : i.-. I o l.i: sun a c i I
bbsc, auu it wie nnmuncaus uut w mm a I
remedy for such outrage as have become
V ,i e ..t. t tn
common in the boutb, the Democrat will
be called forth to redress and adjust the
Coming from nch a source, these are,
a -a - i av va a l
indeed, significant word. And thev but.
puuut icviiug ui tug - iiunu IU rcjjaru W
the r rostrate State.
A Wonderful Oil Well.
The Titnaville (Penn. Herald.
Julv 23rd. thus describes a wouderfu4 oil
we tus" ha just been opened :
"The road leadiuer to the Parker well
t- . ir ? l .i 1 I
iroint the taveller observes the word no
. . . . a a -T a, . I
mokmg permitted here' in conspicnouss
a mm m a. V l a
place. After about two and a half mile
ride the top of a hill ia reached, where a
loud roaring noise id distinctly heard, and
eighty rods farther on brings us in eight
of the well, A dense fog or mist en ve
lopes the derrick, engine-house and tanks,
wni,e 7 one thousand person are
tnere gang on the wonder ot Armstrong
couuty. The derrick haa conspicuously
placed upon it, in large letter. 'Boss
Well and Crewell City.' "There are
250-barrel tank, one of which is full.
Three dam, one below the other eatcb
the drippings ; and the rivulet beyond,
we are told, for ten miles a circuitous
route to the Alleghany river, is covered
with oil. There are two two inch pipe
connected with the well, one off which is
but completely off, and ont of the other
news a steady stream ot oil with immense
torce. Ihere is no perceptible interims-
m tue Aw and aaitgushesinto one of
the twelve hundred barrel tanks, the foam
and spray envelope the whole surround-
lnS atmosphere in a dense mist.
rA trustworthy ganger informed us
that hjrtad ganged the well three times
since the stream was turned into the
l,20fl-barrel, tank, and he found it doing
1,750 barrels, and he estimated the leak-
age at least to be fifty barrel per day.
He further stated that in hi opinion the
well started off out of two two-inch pipes
i ' i . . a mn I a 1 V
1 at me rate oi z,ouu Darreis per nay . lie
I. . . - -
also claimed that although this was al
most incredible he believed that if the
fall stream was turned on uow it would
do at least 2,000 barrel.
"The well i claimed to he the laigest
ever struck in tha lower region. A farm -
or wallrorl nn t na anA A a!l k:
" 7 " ,w
adjourning farm of 100 acre, for $100,-
UUU, wnicn ten days ago, for farming pur-
poses, would not have brought $1,000.
The surveyor are at work laying out
n.ii n:- "
J AS. LEFFEL'S
l IMPROVED DOUBLE
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & 3rITJNT, Blatimore,
ttaaBfactarerft far tha Stk KdSathst
- i ,
7000 now in use, working under
beads varying from 2 to 240 feet !
24 sizes, from 5f to 96 inches.
The most powerful Wheel in the Mark
And most economical in use of Water,
Large ILLUSTRATED Pamphlet sent
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines
and Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox Patent
Tubuloua Boiler, Ebaugh' Crusher for
me Minerals. Saw and Grist Mill, Flouring
Mill Machinery, Machinery tor White
Lead Works aud Oil Mills, Shafting .Pul
ley and Hanger.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
Feb. 19. 1874 -6mos.
Piedmont Air Line Railway.
Richmond & Danville, Eiohmond &
Danville R. W.,N. C. Division, and
North Western N. C. R. W.
la Effect on mad after tarn da T JasSta 19 74
STATIONS. Mau Exraass.
Leave Charlotte .... 74 r n 846 am
" Air-Line J'act'n 8.16 f 8.66
Salisbury ...... 10.44 " HM4 "
"Greensboro..... 2.15 a 1.15?
' DaavUla 6 18 8 36 "
" Dundee 6.36 8 48 "
" Uurkevills 11.80
Arrive at Bteamoad. r a 11 04 r a
QOINQ BOUT a.
STATION. Mail. Express
Leave Rihimnd 138 m lt.4r
" BartovUle- 4.41 - 3.63 a m
Dundee ......... 9.36 " 8.33 "
Danville........ 9.39 8.S7 "
M Greensboro '. 13.30 am 11.16 M
" Salisbury.. .... 3.16 " 1.35 p m
" Air-Line J'nct'n 6.16 3.60
Arrive at Charlotte... 1 6.33 am 8.66 '
going east. gonio wsst
STATIONS. MaiU Maiu
Leave Greeaeboro.. J S.16 a m ,Arr. U.ISp m
Co Shops ? " 4.00 " a L'relOOO
"Baleigli. o 8,10" 841 "
Arr. at Goldboro'... 5 10.60 a m J L've 380 m
NORTH XT. C. R M.
( 8alem Branch. )
Arrive at Salem....
2. 00 A M
3 30 "
10 OOp a
3.00 p M
Arrive at Greensboro.
Passenger train tearing Raleigh at 5 41pm
connects at Greensboro' with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price of Tickets same as ria other routes.
Train tn Anil frnrn nAint Vast nf Ciwnihiirn
connect at Greensboro with Mail Trains to or
irom points aorw or boutn.
Richmond At X w . arr loo at Rnrtavilla 1 0 .Tfi
un sunaavs ivnctiDurff Accommodation cave
m , leave Barkeville 4 35 a x , arrive at Rich
M ' 'eave t
0?.7 68 i
ruimaa raiace ars on all nix
tWMn Charlotte and Richmond, (without change)
For furthertnformation address
Gen"l Ticket Agent.
Greensboro, N C
Eaxineer Jb Gen'l Snoerintendent
FUBNIT URE I K
J. A. CLODFELTER CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture,
Invite attention to their stock of
Cottage BedstencU French Chamber
Suits, Walnut and painted Cane Seats
Chairs Rocking Chairs of all descriptions, Ex
tension Dining Tables of all kinds Wardrobes,
Washstands, What-Notes, Sofas, Reception
Chairs and Parlor Suits. Also, many other
! 1 "
nrtio p WAirh wo hm nrmunul ii aall ma
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.
. . a . .. a 11 V . a
Special orders (made from -photographs in
our office) will be supplied.
A full assortment of Rosewood. Metal ie !
and Walnut Burial Cases, which can be furnish
ed at 3 hours notice.
March 19, 1874 ly.
C F. BAKER, & CO.,
sell the celebrated
And Cotton Kins Cook Stoves.
Also, Chnrch, Parlor nd office Stovwi. and ..
ant them to give perfect satisfaction.
Tin, Sheet-iron dl Copper Work
one at short notice and in the bestmsnner.
Sept. 11, tf.
Isife Insurance Company
IfoillP fifflPfl Pptprshuro- lTo
tt0me UIIW8 reWMDUrg, Va.
A. G. McIlwalne, .... President
TJ l Ik. m .. -aa. . '
iAnui i all, .... 1st Vice Fres't.
D. B. Tenxant. - - - 2nd "
Sam'l B. Paul' - - Secretary & Manager
Dr. R. W. Jeffery, - - Medical Director
Stock Capital $S8SOOO.
ORGANIZED MARCH 1871.
Ratio of Assets to liabilities more than two to
Policies issued on all desirable plans, Par
ticipating and Non-participating.
Lowest rates of Premium consistent with
Reserve from premiums invested in reach oi
Policy-holders everywhere. PoIiam nnn.fnr.
feitable after aecond premium according to their
terms, and the amount non-fbrfeitable 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
A VI XUH It R Insurance,
peculiar to this (Join nan v. haa nurii.
by no other lorm of insurance ; policy-holders,
aa well as persona expecting to become such
should examine it carefully.
' NAT. RAYMER,
Newton, N. C.
General A cent Western N. f!.
J. W. Manney, Local
March 19, 1874 ly.
TAHT 1X7 If A TTVn-W
JUlliN VY. MAU INrjY,
Atrorney at Law,
D A T rozTTXir r rt
a A-a. . .
Special Attention given to Collection
Office in Court House.
March 5, 1874. ly.
and various other blanks for sale
THE NEW FAMILY
SINGER SEWNG MACHINE.
We claim and can show that It lathe CHSA
rr. most beautiful delicately arranged, wcely
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
fn tk Vatnii. Ha.inc Machines. It is re
markable not only for the range and variety of
. a - m S J Am aaWaal
its sewing, but also for the vaneiy uiu uiucc.
kinds of texture which it will eew with equal
facility and perfection, using silk twist, linen or
luakinc the INTER
LOCK ED-EL A STIC-ST ITCH, alike on both sides of
the fabric sewn. Thus, beaver cloth, or leather,
maw Vw aawn will, sraat Rtrenffth iinU Utllformi t V
nfatiff.), and in a moment. UlU Willing Slid
never-wearying instrument may be adjusted for
Ana arnrlr m a,n Ar crnaanmer tissue. Ol U1C
tucking of tarlatan, or ruffling, or almoatany
other work which delicate fingers have been
known to perform.
And with its simplicity of construction;
of precise action at
any speed; capacity for range and Tanety of work,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals behind it.
We with pleasure refer the public to the Gold
and Bronze Medala and Diplomas awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia, England, and
recently in Austria at the fcxposiuon in uemii,
where we were awarded five Medals, Merit, Pro
gress, and three for articles manufactured on our
Machines. But it gives us much greater pleasure,
to present to the public the sworn returns of aie,
(to which any one can have recess) of the difier
snt Manufacturers of Machines, for the last four
vears, made to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable 8ewing Machine Patents, and
which shews the precise number of machinea
sold by each Company.
1869 1870 1871 1872
Morer mnorscttaf 0., 86.T81 1W.S3W 12 819 TM
Wherler A Wilton do kjwo iwjw "";
Howe MacMn Co., 45,000
'irovs A Eker Sswtng
Domestte S Ing tlo
Weel tw'ttg do 1387
Wilcox A Olbbs lo lTOl
Amerioa" Button-Hole Over
earning Machine CV, 7.7M
Oold Medal do
B. P. Howe do
Viet r do
Oavle - do
Remlnrton Fmplre do
J. K. Brannsdorf do
Ket atone 1
Bartlett, Reversible do
Bartram A Fanton do
Ori. inal Howe
Finklc A Lyon
J. O. Folron
C. P. Thmison
The reader will al note that although it is
a . ,
charsred that Sewing Machines are sold at en-
A 4 A
Ml Its SaWaa
a ia fjSwtKi
im amMHaalpVnS L7 M Lw
O'taarrUVBrlBaa m. mW'
, ormously high prices, yet he will see that sever
cheap , fi f i t fl :n pxUtetu'e have failed or
abandoned an ampro6table business.
We reapectfully solicit a call from all parties
(iesiriniT a 6rst class Sewing Machine.
At our Store near the Public Square will be
LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
for Tucking, Cording, Ruffling, &c.
Also Bilk, 'Linen, and Cotton Threads,
Needles, Oil, &c.
linger Manufacturing Co.,
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
Oct. 2-tf. Agent.
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
10 BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. 8INE 8
168th REGULAR MONTHLY
To be draicn Monday, Aug. 0th 1874
ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE,
OF 15,000 IN GOLD 1
Two prises $1,000)
Five prizes $o00 Kach in UKElMjAIKS.
Five prizes $100 )
One Family Carriage and Matched Horses
with Silver-rnounted Harness, worth $1,500!
1 Horse & Buggy, with Silver-mounted Har
ness, worth 600.
I ne Fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth $550 !
I Five Family Sewing Machines, - - worth
9 1 uu each !
750 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches (in
all) worth from $20 to $300 each !
Gold Chains, Silver-ware. Jewelry 6c., &c.
Number of Gifts, 6,000.
Tickets Limited to 50,000.
AGENTS WANTED to 8ell Tickets,
to whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $1 : Six Tickets $5 ; Twelve
Tickets $10 Twenty-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of the in an n er 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
main office, Li, V. nils h,, Box So.
101 W. Fifth gt. CIBTCIKHATl. O.
BUCK EYE BEE HIVE.
Having purchased the right to manufacture
the Bock Ere 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
I club of five, at ten dollars a right. I will
I i 1 m . . li. .
asav men jownanip rignia ou leawuauie terms.
Nearly Every body thai examines it bays one.
It will more than pay for itself in one year.
Al1 weaakia a triaL Uome and examine the
Hive for jounselve. and be convinced,
Manufactory on East Corner of Lee A Coun
sel street, near the Depot.
April 9, 1874 6mos.
Blactier ui BSlwl
SALISBURY, N. C
January 22 1874 tf.
RA0WAVS ready relief
CURES THE WORST PATH'S
In "from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
SUFFER with faix.
BADWar READY RELIEF 18 A CURB FOB
It was the fin an hi
Tlio Only Pain
exernclaUa pain. alUre
La n ca.
IX FROM OX TO TW BXT1 X1XU 1MB.
no alter how violent or (xeraeiaUaf the mIb the
KHKVMATlc. iteo-nootn, iiinrm. onppiea.
Bvmnl&m, or nrnKrated wtth omosss mtrnf shr.
R ADWA Y'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD IX8TAKT 1
IXFLAJtXATIOX OF TUB KIOKBTB
IRFLAM NATION OF TfTB BLADDXR.
IXFLABTXATIOX OF THB BuWRIA
COXOKSTIOX OF TBI LUKQB
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT RBBATH1KQ
PALPITATION OF TUB HEART.
HTSTERIC8, CR3UF, Dl ITH B RI A
C AT ABB H, I X FLUEXXA.
HEADACHE, TOOTH ACHB
COLO CHILLS, AUVB 1 HILUl
the appUcattoa or the Bleay Xllrto the part or
parts waere tue pan or aiwcnujr exjau wiu i
Tw.my drops la half t ambler of water will taaSrw
mombS care CRAMPS SPASMS, BOHR STOMACH,
BARTRt'RR, SICK ORA DACHE, DlARBHOBA.
UlHKnTBKT. IH1) lit I OA KJWIU,
and all INTERNAL PAINS,
Travelers ehoaM alwara carry a bottle of Pahfj
wty'i Redy Keller with thess. A few firiaa la
a mar will prevent aickaeea or paiaa freni ehaaae of
It la better than French Brandy or Bluer as a
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER ART) AOUE cored for fifty cent.
mmt a reaeadlal aceat ht UUs world Uaai will tmrm Fever
and Aaue, and all other Malerleee, Bllooa. ScarU-i,
RaeaTTellow. and other Pvvrrs (ahld bv RAD.
WA Y PILUSl M quirk mm RAO WAY k aSUST UM.
Uar. Fifty cenu per botUe.
STBORO A WD MTW RICH BlifXlD TrR A tCK
Or KLESH AND WKIOIIT-4?l,EAB KKIK AXD
BXAUTirVL. COMl'LEXlOM SECURED TO ALL.
THS GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADS TIIE MOST AKTOXI8RTWa rrRES: SO
QUICK. SO RAPID ARE TIIE HANUKrt, TUB
UUDT 0MOKB4M)Ea, UNDKR THE ISKI.I FN. K
or TUIS TBCLY WoNOEBKCL MEDICINE.
Every Day an Increase ia M
anil f eiiit is Ssen anil Fell
Evorr drop of the SARSATARILLIA W BKSOL
VENT coiauiunicatri through the Blood, Sweat. Urine,
anil other Kluids and juk-ea ml the system the vise "
life, for It repairs the wastes of the body with new and
sound material. Srrotula. 8vphi!U, Comuiinpllnn,
Olandnlar HbH-nne, L'lcrrs Is the throat. Mouth. Tu
mors. Nodes in the GUudMand other -arri.i the y(nn.
Sore Eyca, Strutnoru:-.. disclianrra Irom Ibr Ear and
the worst forms ot Rain diea-. Eraptlona, Kver
Sores, Scald llead, CIiik Worm. Halt Rhi-utn. Rryiels.
Acne, Black Spots, Worms In the Klcsh. Tumor. Can
cers in tbo Womb, and all weaarnlnr and pamral dbv
ebarees. Night Swcav. I.o-ar.r Sperm and all wastes of
the life principle, arc within the curative range ot this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few eave aa win
prove to any person unlit- uror either ol Uice
dieanc iu Dount iwwcr to cure thcat.
If the i ntlcnt, ilaily hccomlnrr reduced bv the i
and decomposition that is continually prov rising. HK-o-vds
in arreatiinr thee waste, and repair the same
with new raaL-rUl t.ia.lo from hcattbv blond and this
tha SAILSAI'ARILLIAN will aiHt doe secare a euro
la certain; for when once this remedy comimnees Its
work of periflcatloti, and sticceds.ln dfantuUblne ' be
loss of wates, in repairs will be rapid, and every day
thu patient will tcvl himself irr.w ina oelte and cronaer,
the food digesting bf iter, appetite improvlug, attd flvh
anJ weight lncrt:aing.
Not only does the Kuirom.i.us RasoLTSjrr exeel
sll known remedial agent iu the euro of Chronic, ticro
fuloaa. c..n:liuiiono!, aud SlUu diaeajee; tmt tt m Use
only Mjaitlc cure for
KUliiey C Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb dlwasaa. Gravel. Dtabcte. Dmnsv,
Bteamm of Water, Ioewtitlticneeul i'rine. Btitthi's Da
tnK, Albuinltiurla, and la all cases where there are
brick dust deposits, or l ha water U thick, cloud t . in. zed
with sabtaiKcs like the white of an en, or threads tike
whitu silk, or tbrre ht a morbid, dark, bi'oou appear,
ance, ami while UHic-dust deptaUts, aial wbuu Un re la
a prkrking, burning a natbm when paarmc water, and
).a.u lu tlu biuaU wf the Hack aud alutia the Luiua.
Tumor of l'S Years Growth
Cured by llmlway's Reolccnt.
perfectly taatelea. rleganny coated with sweet gttnt,
purge, nwulate. pnrilv, cleans) and trrush. n. Bad
way's Pill, for the cure of all dkairder of the Stnmach.
l.lv. r. MowcU, Kktaays, H ladder. Mervooe inaaawea.
Headache. Coustlpatlon, C li r r uess , ln4lgal ia. Dye
prpaia, Blllnnm . Billon Kevr r. Inflammation of taw
MwweK Piles, and all Derangeinrnu of the Interned
Vacara. Warrmnted to effect a po-ttlve earn. Purclv
Vegetable, containing uo usercury , lauoaraUordeieieri
A fewdoaea of R VDWAT-S TILLS will free the svs,
tem from all tlks above tuiuicl dirdurs. Price, S&oemts
nar Boa. BOLD BT UKUGi.lKT 9
BEAD " FALBB AND TELE. ' Send ot
tarns to BADWAT A CO.. No. U Warren
retreat Bt Bw
York tnforuiailon worth
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STROKG.
The Peruvian Snrttp, a Protect
ed Solution of Vie Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an tdintvut. as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the si moled,
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own YiUdiziny
Agent. Iron in the blood, and
cures athou3and ills," simply
by Toning up, Invigorating ami
) 'italizing the System, Tlic eu -rielied
ami ciUdlzexl blood per
meates every purl of the body,
repairing damages and waste
searching out morbid secre
tions, ami leaving nothing fo
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing lyner.sia, Liv&r Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills mid Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitution:.! Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all disease originating in
a bad state of the btitod, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system, lielng free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by correspomllny reac
tion, InU are. permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, ami new
life into all parts of tho eyntem,
end building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been cliangcil
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffer inn crea
tures, to strong, licaluiy, and
happy men and women ; ami
invalids cannot reasonably lics-itate-to
give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
V1AN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietor.
OLD BT DatCGISTS CEMZftAI.LT.
Land Deeds, Trustee Dee
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriff
Deeds. Chattel Mortgages, &c
For bale at this o flier
Dr. J. Walker's California Yin
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herb found on the low or range of
the Sierra Nevada mountain of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted "thct efroiu without the me
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked. " What is the cause of the
unpnnilleletl success of Vixbgab Bit
TEiLst" Our answer I, thnt they remove
the cause of disease, and tbo patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigoratur
of tha system. Never before in the
history of the world ha a medic. oe bean
compounded nuaaeairlng tha remsritahls
qualities of Vixkcab Uittbss in h
atck of every disea is man Is heir to,
are a fratle Purjrative aa veil aa a Tonic,
relieving Coureation or Inflammarkm of
the urcr ana uccrai urrans in rimoos
The proporties of Pa. WAunesfs
Tibbqab tJiTTKB are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Canniuatire, Nntritioaa, Laxatire, Diuretie,
Sedative, Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Aitera
tivs. aqd A at i-Bilious.
I Ursteful Thousands proclaim Va
boaji BiTTEiis the most m-onuerful In
rigonmt that erer sustained tn sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones arc uot de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Biiioos. Remittent and Inter
mittent levers, which are so preva
lent In tho valleys of our groat rirer
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi. Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, lied, Colorado, Brazos, luo Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
cntiro country during tho Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the ctomach aud liter,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tbo purposo equal to
Dir. T. Walker's Vixegar ftirrEits,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid inattcr with which tho
bowols arc loaded, at tho samo time
stimulating tho secretions of tho liver,
aud generally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestivo organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purify ing all its fluid with Yixxoar
Bitters. Ko epidemic can tako hold
of a system thus furc-arniod.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Tlead
ache, ram in the shoulders, CourIis,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tho Stomach. Bad Tasto
in tho Mouth. Bilious Attacks, J'alpita
tation of tho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Tain in the region of tho Kid
ncys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, ore tho onsprings of Dyspepsix
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of jts merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
SwtUiuga, Ulcers, Brjaipdaa, Swelled Keck,
Goitre, Scrofulous luQaminaiioat, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sere Eyes, etc
In these, as in all other cvustitutkmal Dis
eases, AValki k's Vibboab Hitters have
shown their great curative power ia the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Billons, Remit
tent and Iotcrmittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Hitters hare no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
sfechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such a
1'luuibera, Type-setters, Gold beaters, and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sabject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Waixsa'a Vis
ecab Bitters occasioualiy.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King-worms,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs. Discolorations of tho Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literacy dug op and earned
out of tha system in a abort time by the as
of these Bitters.
riii. Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. Ho
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
theiminiUcs will free the system from worms
UK tnese Uitters.
For Female Complaints, In young
or eld, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the tarn of life, these Tocue
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its imparities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores:
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
sluggish in the reins ; cleanse it when it ia
foul ; your feeling will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
a. h. afcDon ald a co..
and Gee. Act San Francisco California.
as wsMuafioa ana caarnea mv, a. x.
ny an urngguti
A ConacrrtiTc Dally Paper.
RALEIGH N. C.
Reiable, High-Toned. Courteous
J. S. HAMPTON.
I TERMS CASH :
Daily $5.00 for six months ; 2.20 for
months : 50 cent tor one month
Clubs of Ud $47,00.
THE WEEKLY CRESCENT.
' A Paper for the ramily
One year$1.50 ; Six month 75 cent ; Three
months 40 cents. Clubs of Fire 97:
$1340 : Twenty $23.00 ; Twenty-five 27
Thirty $30 W
J . HAMPTON,
Dr. D. S. PERR1
VEGETABLE A ROM A lie
wl. f iL. a Th.r I. r,nlL:u 1:1 .1
-J va HK aa.a miami 11 aC latCtB JDC
equal to them under trteaan. They
weak, invigorate taa lastwe, aad ftw mrm ssa
ship load of CjilailBi Pwwedaaa sad adU.
are eapectally adapted to
so Deri as
Dyspopia, Liver Co
To Delicate Female,
especially adapted to
and General Daaal
HEAR WHAT 18 SAID. nA
HEAR WHAT IB SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS SAID
"Wonderful effect hare resulted
'My Chills are gooe. I can kardlf
Nothing like tSem here."
! endoa affidavit of ray
to to conviasM yum of Use
-sorely taejr are Um moat
tonic in the world."
"Dr. Wilson aava thai roe are a ssUia ttsaw
"Hurrah ! No more Rheumatism."
"No more headache, ihaadu to yoau"
We could fill this paper tt
per twice over whkjajt
r pa red under the astwr
Mesaaer of theRr vai
such genuine extracts,
Dc. i nir Hitlers are prei
vision of D. 8. Perry, Me
College of Physician and
England, and of Uie Medical Clinic of
All order should be addresawd to
PERRY AROMATIC BITTER CO
NEW YORK, U. a
The Bitter are aold cither by taw
bottle or Case at $1 per bottle.
Parties in sending letters for advice as u
their diaaea-es will confer quite a Bator by Br
ing name of County aa well as Town where thev
beaide. It will save us a wonderful araomrt af
time and annoyance if this will be observed.
Dr. E. PERKY AROMATIC BITTER COM
Dr. GB.EEN S PIT CURE !
The Great Remedy for Epilpty, Cam
Pita, SpsUsBss, Con visions and Nervous Wake
fulness, acts promptly, often arn eating- the Fits
from the nrst day's use, even where they hare
existed for years.
COMPOUND EX. COR YD AXIS!
The Great Vegetable AlUratiTe, Care
Scrofula, NecondarV Svi.hnlis, ErMptionsoa the
a 9 a aa a a .
sain, ana an uiaoaaes aristog irom
A Sorcreigti Raim for Courtis Colds.
chiton, Asthma, and all dieae of the air-pas
sages and Ltinga. By it timely am maBJ sup
posed cases of Consumption ars promptly re
lieved and the Longs restored to health.
NEURALGIA SPECIFIC 1
A prompt, positive and permanent relief far
the eacrociating pains of Neuralgia,
tiin and ?v-ialica.
FoSale by T. P. ; ;
Prepared only by
Dr. GREER, LINDLEY &
CHARLOTTE 2i. V.
Nor.S, 1 173. 1 v.
The onlf known ssedy for
And a poaitiwe reiedy foe
GOVT, U RAVEL, STRIlTL'RES, DUBI
TES, DYSPEPSIA. NERVOUS DEBILITY
.Von -retention or Ipcuotiase.ee of Uiiae, batta
lion. Intimation or t 'ksistiss of the
BLADDER & KIDNEYS,
Ieocorrhra or Whiles, DUaaaws of the
OUnd, Stone, in the Bladder,
Col cuius (J ravel or Brick duat LVpoaat
cus or Milky Discharges.
Permanent 1 v Cure all Daseaawe at the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DROPfflClL
Existing in Meat, Wosnen ami Ohiasss,
I7NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE I
Prof. Steele says : "One bottle of Kawrwey's
Fluid Extract Roche is worth mere than all
other Buchua combined."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six far Five
Dollars. Sold by a R BARKER 4 CO.
Depot, 104 Duane St., N. Ymt
A rhvsuian in attendance to
pondence and gitre advice gratis
Send stamp fur l'amphl
Nervous and Delilitatei
OF ROTH 8EXK8.
No Charge for Advice and
Da. J. B. Dtott, rraduate Jederaoa
College, Huldelphia, suthorof
works, can be consulted on all
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which
an especial stud v) either in male or
matter from what cause orieinalirw or of
long Ktanding. A practice of 30 years
him to treat diseases with aajeoass.
guaranteed. Charges reason
distance can forward letter describing
and enclosing stamp to prepay poatage.
Mud lor the (VesoV to Health, rrsee m
J. B. DYOTT. m. d.
Physician aad Surgeon, 104 Pawns ft. R- Y
ii m ,am. .a
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