An oU gentleman died recently at Al
lontowu, pa., who bad been married four
Sies, the ceremonies haying taken place
hie fortieth, fiftieth, sixtieth, and seven-
The city tax of fifteen dollars per
quauter on all Chinese laundry men in
pan Francisco has been declared uncon
Vermont is always Eadieal. Bat her
people can stnmblo on the right thiog once
in an age. They have- defeated J ndgo
Poland, author of the infamous nresscae-
law. 1). C. Jjrsison, Independent and
Jlcpublicao, is elected. The Deniocrast
made some gains in the State.
National Hotel, 8AfcisBrjBY.-w-We
plopped a day in .Salisbury last week, at
the National Hotel, and found it all that
a firsUelass hotel ought to be. It has re
cently been refurnished, and put in thor
ough reeoair by Mr. Linton, a live man.
and a fientleisan. who cives promise of
becomeiog a first-class hotclist. May bis
shadow never grow less.
Tub State election occured in Maine yester
day, The Ropublicana in that State have been
harping upon (be ''Southern Outrages," but the
J ortlan'l Aryux makes the following significant
'Thre arc some voters, even in tne Repub
lican part y, who tit is year' just for once, pro
pose to look a Utile after things at home.
They have a roihl suspicion that demagogues
are veiling over the South to divert their at
tention fit 'in some little mutters considerably
more important to Maine than negro squabbles
in South Carolina."
Long Funeral Processions, such as
Jrish Catholics have been accustomed to
indulge in at great and unnecessary cost
have always been discouraged by the
clergy. We read that a Watertown,
Mass., the Irish people recently followed
the body of a ft ieud to the grave on foot,
giving the money which catriages would
nave cost to the family of the deceased.
This action is warmly commended by the
Rnatnn PilnL which savs "llow man v
.-. r... A a a a fivArv Aav fY.L
1011c aaaiivstaso va w j bvo v w w v vss v 1
lowintr thn remains of noor men whose
Z " o .... . I
clnldrcn w.H bo sent to the poorhouse
"- ww. 1
tttv tti T.r ttth qitttattov i.
We should cither resrard the South as
a military conn nest anil covern it by pro-
Mna.,l oa a,.,-..; lrm.nt nf thn
Lnion'atid worthy fraternal snvu
nguts. H we cannot trust t in oouiuern
states let us restore 1110 mimary aepart-
mcul and send our generals uown to com-
mand them. Huch a change would be
welcome in some rcpnects. for there would I
ecrtainiy be no war bctweee races, noleg
islative repudiation. If. on the contrary,
we can trust tho Southern States as Bister
sovereign commonwealth, then we must
hnw a fr.it. "i nnl nnd r.ouraureoB fcclin&T.
- - w
Boys, do toit Ukak That ? A New
Orleans paper tells of a printer who, when
his fellow workmen went out to drink
beer, during tho working hours, put iu the
bank the exact auiou.it which he would
bavo spent if ho had gone out to drink.
He thns kept his resolution for five years.
Ho then oxamiued hie bank account and
found that ho had on deposit 8o'2l.SG. In
the five years he had not lost a day from
ill-health. Three out of five of his fellow
workmen had in tho meantime, become
drunkard, wore worthless and were dis
charged. The water drinker then bought
Ottt tho priuting office, went on enlarging
bnainees. ant) in twenty years from the
time he began to put by his money, was
worth $100,000. The story, whether old
pr new, teaches a lesson which every boy
pad young man should lay to heart.
Tint New Bankruptcy Law. It is
set tortn tn section twelve ot tno new
bankruptcy law that "in computing the
number of creditors who shall join in snch
Sctition, creditors whose respective debts
o not exceed $250 shall not be received."
Judge Blatchford of New York has ruled
that the clause referred to tho computing
of a number of creditors only that must
sifrn and verify the petition, and does not
affect the amount of debts that they must I
represent. There must be represented I
by the petition one-third of all the liabili
ties to tho debtor sought to be adjudicated
An Enterprise it PBOspicnvn.
We have heard a rumor, only a rumor
vr r t- o. " t- . .'I
Mia. JiuBHry,ui 1110 oiaiesviue jsinamcirK,
and Robertson, of the Cherokee Herald.
Wli t-Pronr onnvorf. tn h.
. -w - v-. . . . . . uu bi.uj uuiauun
will shortly start a temperance
organ for tho West. Avery, of the Pied
tnonf Press, and Woodson, of the Raleigh
JSeics. are to be regular contributors :
t.i-1 it : r.u r j 0 . f
Whilo Hams of the Concord Sun, is to be
. J !a J lira
BBPiaiaii. euuorr anu general dusiubss
manager. Now, wo don't believe a word
of this, nor do we ask our readers to do
. m - m
we merely give tne statement for what
it is worth, hoping, however, that the re
. i ii . , .
ni,,,-iniia - -
If "Cherokee" don't iro for tbft Ohs.rwo-
- l.t .I , . . , , ,
man now, wo shall always think he ouerht
W ' " O
Wc have iust learned the nartienlar. f
, . .
by Hannah Cox, of Kindolph county,
About three weeks ago her father carried
Want., Wr Harn
T7l V" . " MO arose at seven o'clock, feeling quite weU; and
friends meeting at that place, and as she although still very week, yet I was able to en
bad been complaining of dropsy he left joy my food, and whether eating or drinking,
her there with the understanding that everything tasted sweet and pleasant to me.
.ho W..W a, a, to th. moonuta. d ffTaT-gJ
epcuu rome nine ior me oenent or ner
lieai tn. un last lnorsday night she went
to the New Garden depot to take the train
to come to this place, the tram being be
bind time. After staying a while she
concluded (be train had passed by when
she returned to the family she was stay
ing with. After returning she was taken
with, she said, a severe case of cramp colic,
and on some pretext she sent the girl, who
was waitinr on her nntnf tb i '
W9 waa, a, trwaua vvnv V
the door and refused to let her in aerain.
The girl resorted to the family that aha
heard a child cry in the room and it was
sometime before she would open the door
to any of them, and only did so after
4 sV a i. I l.o ' J... 1 A 4W
HiivaiD iw uiona iuu uuui uuwu. Alter I
in ,search waa made and the body
, wiw no .uw vuk waa iuuuu
in a traveling satchel. The girl made her
escape, bnt Ve hear she has been arrested
in XJUUVWtMton Sentinel
What the Hew York Sun Thinks
Ho law of the United States was offen
ded which called for the intervention
of the President. Neither of the Gover
nors made any demand for the aid which
the consti lion authorizes in certain contin
gencies. It was, therefore, a gratuitous,
offensive, and unauthorized exercise of
power, wholly prompted by a low patisan
motive, and designed to intimidate the
whites at the coming election, whose suc
cess the Kelloggs, Spencers, Pattersons,
and that tribe began to fear, in spite of the
support ot the administration.
The Wonders of a Ben's Bgg.
The following interesting observation on
the changes that occur from hour to hour
during the incubation of tne ben's eggs is I
from Saturn's Reflection: The hen has
sarcely sat on her eggs twelve hoars before
some linaments of the head and body of the
chicken appear. The heart may be seen to
beat at the end of the second day : it has at
that time somewhat the form of a horse-shoe,
but no blood yet appears. At the end of
two days two vessels of blood are to be dis
tinguished, the pulsation of which is visible ;
one of these is the left ventricle, and the
other the root of the great artery. At the fif
tieth hour one auricle of the heart appears,
resembling a noose folded down upon itself.
The beating of the heart is first observed in
the auricle, and afterward in the ventricle.
At the end of seventy hours, the wings
are distinguished, and on the bead two bub
bles are seen for toe brain, one for the bill,
and two for the fore and hind part of the head.
Toward the lend of the fourth day, the
two auritles already visible draw nearer to
the heart than before. The uver appears
toward the fifth day. At the end of seven
hours more, the lungs" and the stomach be
come visible, and 4 hours afterwards the in
testines and loius and the upper jaw. At
the one hnndred and forty-hour two ventri
cles are vissible, and two drops of blood in
stead of the siogl eone which was seen before.
the seventh day the brain begins to have
some consistency, At the one hundred and
ninetieth hour of incubation the bill opens,
and the flesh appears in the breat In four
?H 4 .V" fa
hours attar this thn nh annpa.r. formino-
frbm bjwk and m very
an we II as the e a II bladder. The bill be-
asimaa irruin at tka nil rf tars. Vinnlrwt ami
- . o. . . . ...
thrity - six hours, and if the chicken be token
out of its covering it eyidently moves itself.
At the two hundred and sixty-fourth hour the
eVesappear. At the two hundred and eighty-
SUKt. t SSI
gtolnach nd the lan the chest.
At the end of three hundred fifty-five
hours the bill frequently opens and shuts,
and at the end of the thirteenth dav of the
first cry of the chlnken is beard. It after-
wards gets more strength and grows oontin
tinally till at leugth it is enabled to set it
self f ee from its confinement.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Chills and Fever.
QUININE ! NO MEHCURY !
HO ARSENIC !
Dr. Bellamy s Pills.
This invaluable medicine involves a PER
FECTLY NEW TREATMENT of CHILLS
AND FEVER, and will effectually cure and
1. All other remedies must not ho taken
nrhon tVi, .kill ami iniw fit J . .1 It-1 I
OUU I I 11 I I WUUIUIUl UK ID WU , UUt tUO " I.l'l"
Jamy" Pill can be taken just as safely when the
fit ts actually on as at any other time. Take
once a week during the season of Chills and
Fever, they will Positively ward off and ore-
vent an attack making a residence in the
most infected districts perfectly safe
2. The "Bellamy" Pill is also a sui
N U ca8 of Intennittent Fever, Remitteut I
Fever, Typhoid Fever; Sick Headacho, Indi-
eastion. and Liver Complaints of all kinds. I
3. After you are entirely discouraged and
hopeless and all other remedies have failed.
make one more trial, procure one Box of Bel
lamy s Fills and take them. The proprietor
guarantees you an absolute and perfect cure.
Rrtfornnre is made to thn nxtriinnlinai 17 akm
. ' . w 1 wTT . . r
l oi-rroiessor jjawrence, principal or tne Insti
tate8 of Elocution at New York and Philadel
Pha. He SayS SS follOWS !
1 ..ii . . Lti. -. .
awui tcu venre oau. wuue resiuiue 1U
New Jersey, I had a violent attack of chills and
fever. The chill would come on regular
at ton 'clock Md continue for nearly
I Tv .a "" - ",u .1BVW
more than five hours, which no medicine would
relievo ; and I became so week that I could
I a II aw a.
nanny walk across tne room, and could not
ce110 one flight of stairs in less
ten minutes. My life became a burden to me.
t U.tk.j i.:.. j i .
ii iuh'iucuqvoiv muu vi iuuu, auu even water
tasted tn inn Hkn niinmnu T nnnM aa tin
refreshing sleep either by night or by day : the
-.j:.:.., :i j r . v. i 7
uiouitiuo piM-iiuvu iur uiu ujr puysicians gave
me no relief, and I was fast sinking into the
" r j ,j i .
giavu. uue uny a muy persimuun me to PUT
has a hn- of nniimv mk iv
at twelve o'clook noon, and three at nieht-.
I After taking the two doses I felt better, and
tw naht fi.r uL , m. 4l.
I "ajar- -uuBaavy i awav mK) V1IUV SU tUlUU UIVUbUB
1 slept for fully eight hours, The next morning
i ieu muon oetter, anu took tnree more pills.
?'?.lM"P50oaea 1 Prepared, myself
ior my uaiiy emu, out to mv intense iov mv
welcome visitor did not nomn .nl
eating a hearty dinner at one o'clock, I took
tQree morePi"8. nd at night three more. The
nextmorning, after a delightful night's rest, I
Ten years have elapsed since then, and I have
I never Had another attack of Chills and Fever.
"New York Conservatory of Music
"5 EastJUth Street."
In conclusion, the proprietor has only to
State that he will guarantee to cure any case
of Chills and Pever. No ice will ever in snob
case be exacted. The patient is at liberty to
fc iaftfiS & 1S!f'!!tW
5 oerUficate f &W cure t an early
Q t .
PR liTR! OMF, TIOTT A R PVQ HAT
gold by all Druggists throughout the States
' wd Territories!
8ent by mail to any address on receipt of price.
rHILIP L A WRENDE.
ran i 0a . vr ' v a
0 JJeV Street. NeW YOrk.
1 IZJ ?arfer' - Salisbury, N. C
iedmont -or ine Railway.
Richmond & Danville, Richmond &
Danville R. W., H. C. Division, ana
North Western N. C. E. W.
rn Effect en ana after Monday August 10 1874.
STATIONS. Mao. Express.
Leave Chariot - .... ri 8.35 a a
- Air-Line J'nctfa SOU M
" ealtsoej lt it 10.54 "
" uraensboro ..... 2.15 a 1.15 p
" Danville b.i9 " 9 96 "
" Danuce 6.25 " S 48
" Barkeville 11.30 "
Aii-ire st U c-ssond .9tra 11.04 r
. GOING SOUTH.
STATION. if ml. Extras
Lsave BX53 , T 11.46 r a
" Barkeville- 4.9 S.T a x
" Dundee 9. 6 " 7.40 m
" Danville 9.99 u
" Greensboro 19.90 a a
" Salisbury... .... 3.15
" Air-Line J'n.-t'n 6.16 u
Arrive at Charlotte. . . 6.32 4 u 8.90 "
GOING EAHT. GOXlQ WEST
Arr. U.16F st
2 " 641 "
Arr. at Goldboro'...
g L ve 2 30 p m
NORTH iWBITBUT V. C . R
( Salem Branch. )
Leave Greensboro .......... 9.00 a at
Arrive at dalem. ...... ...... 3 30 "
Leave Salem ..... 9.90 ri
Arrive at Greensboro 11.16 "
Passenger train leaving Raleieh at 6 41 r m
connects at Greensboro' with the Northern bound
train; making the quickest time to all Northern
ones, i'rice ot Tickets same aa via other routes.
Trains to and from points East of Greensboro
at meeiiBooro wun Man Trains to or
irom points North or South.
irams uaiiv. doiii wavs
On Sundays L vnehburer Acnnmrnniktifin Ipavp
Richmond st 900 A m , arrive st Burkeville 1943
r a , leave Burke v i lie 4 35 am, arrive at Rich-
mono 7 do A if
ruiiman Palace Cars on all niirht trains be
tween Charlotte and Richmond, (without change)
A-iieni suai nave arrangemenu to advertise the
- iLl- ... .
Miiruuie 01 iuis company will please print as
For further information address
8 E. ALLEN,
.Gen'l Ticket Agent.
Greenahnrn. N C.
TJM R TALCOT,
Engineer A Gen'l Superintendent
J. A. CLODFELTER A CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture,
invite attention to their stock of
untage Uedsteads French Chamber
Suit, Walnut and Dainted Cine &ita
Chairs Rocking 0hain of all descriptions, Ex
tension Dining Tables of all kinds Wardrobes
Washstands, What-Notea. Sofas Tteoonti
Chairs and Parlor Suits. Also, many other
articles which we are prepared to sell as cheap
. man an j iiouse in tne western part
of the State. '
Be sure to call nearlv onnmit th Ar;
Hotel, next door below the Express office, see
our stock and hear our prices. Our terras cash.
Special orders (made from nhotno-ranha ,
our office) wUl be supplied.
i A f,,ll .1 . . r t-i . . . .
n. iuii anunuieni 01 rwoseworwi Mota ix
arm walnut Bonal Cases, which can be furnish
ed at 3 hours notice.
March 19, 1874 ly.
J I ) V
SAzisBl YN. a
Special Attention given to Collections
OtBce in Coort House.
March 5 18711
jtlO tt $20
Agents wanted e?
re. Particulars .fre
a.U BLAIR X ri
H 4.RD WARE.
Lt ' " " fi"" Z-l a?? Vt Z
JS undersigned at No. 2
vv hen von want Hardware at Iai
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, N. 0.,May 13-tf.
(All at the Book 8tore and a?et one of thesn
remarkable Washers. Tl washing of an or-
dxnary family can be do is before break fast
than in any .other way wil bout the wear and
tear 01 ciotnes incident, to 'he oSd way.
a large iaraiiy can save tne price o ' a washer
m one year in clothes. A small fnmiw arm
M.iK.n.;. u- rr '
Bare 52 hard day's work for your wife
at the Book Store all kinds of books can be
OP EVERY SHADE, AND TINT,
EN VrJ LOPES OF ALL STYLES
Vr. awi- -l.-ae,a t s
T. . T j WI ti 1 " or
nam n nr nn hsnHa All 1 . .
Music not on bands.
ly attended to Call and get writing paper
at the Salisbury Book Store.
January 2 1874 ly.
NEW MACHINE SHOP.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
repairing with dispatch . With good tooll
ana twenty-are years experienee in the
business, satisfaction is guaranteed. Especias
attention given to Engine and Boiler work,
cotton Woolen, Mining and Agriculture
nocuiuea ; auu wood turning of all kinds.
Shop on Corner of Pulton and Council Street,
oausDury, n. u.
E H. MARSH
2 215 am
Z " 4.00
o 8,10 "
2 1U.OO A M
- "-K-aK SrLsl
THE NEW FMILT
SINGER SEWNG MACHINE.
We claim and can show that It Is the cnaap-
rr. moat beautiful, delicately arranged, nicely
adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running
of all the Familv Sewinz Machines. It is re-
mar it able not only lor me ranp anu varicv- w
. . I ., J 1
its sewing, but also for tne variety anu uiuereu
L( J T . i!.L U :il lk winal
KlllUe OI texture WniCU Ik wiu mvw wh
facility and perfection, using silk twist, linen or
makinsr the ikter-
LOCKED-ELA8T1C-STITCH, alike on both sides of
- I v m t . . m
the fabric sewn. Thus, beaver cloth, or leather,
mav be sewn with oreat strength and uniformity
of stitch! and. in a moment, this willing and
never-wearying instrument may be adjusted for
fine work on ganse or gossamer uuc, ui ,
tucking of tarlatan, or ruffling, or almost any
. a . , . . lit a. r V.n..A 1
otner worx wnicn oeiuaue
known to perform.
And with its simnlldty of construction; ease
of operation; uniformity of precise action at
any speed; capacity for range and variety of work,
fine or coarse leaving all rivals behind it.
w wirh nlp.qsn re refer the nublie to the Gold
and Bronze Medals and Diplomas awarded to
our Machines in America, Prussia, England, and
recentl v in Austria at the reposition in v ienn,
whprp wp were awaraea nve xaeaais, aenu i-
. . . r , V".. t . 1 . w i jin n!ir
gress, ana tnree ror aruows nuuiui-twiiw.
Machines. But it gives usmucn greater p-wn
tr. nront in thp nnh lcthesworn returns 01 saie,
. r- : r . .u j:a
lin wh Ph nn v one can naveaocoa ui
ent Manufacturers of Machines, for the last four
years, made to the receiver appointed by the
owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, and
which shews the precise number of machines
sold by each Company.
1869 1870 1871 1878
star M-nafseUns 0... 8S.781 1SW 10 m IK
Whei- er 1 W lion ao to.ooo no.-w J'.r-r":
Howe Machine Co . , 45 ,000
Orovs a Bak-v Stwlnf
75,156 &4.010 145,000
Machine Oon 1, 1S
Weed Sewing So
Wilcox A OlbbS 1701 SSW
Wilson 0 500
Americm Button-Hole itver-
es-alnc Machine Co., I, ijw;
B. P. Hows do
Victor - do
Bavls - - do
Blei - - do
Realnrton K mpl re do
i. B.Brsontdorf do
KevttoM . 'to
Bartlott, aevervlble do 49
Bertram k Fanton do 420
Orlelnal llowe do
nnkleSLon do 19 2 42"
Aetra do 448 6.80S
Crnplre do 8TA0 8JM0
Pa'ham do 1,141 1.TSS
J. O. Polron do
M'Kay do 119
O. V. Thomson do 100
Union Batton-Ilole do
La"vitt do 771
The reader will also note that althongh 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 amprofit.ihle business.
We respectfully solicit a call from all parties
desiring a first class Sewine Machine.
At our Store near the Public Souare will be
ion no tne
LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
for Tucking. Cording, Ruffling, Ac
Also Silk, 'Linen, and Cotton Threads,
W Jt Sa a a
jseeaies, uu, dec.
Infer Manufacturing Co.,
JOHN A. RAMSAY.
Oct. 2-tf. An.nl
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
W VALUABLE GIFTS !
10 BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. SINE S
169th REGULAR MONTHLY
V T drawn Monday, Sept. 1
0NE GRAND CAPITAL
OF 15,000 IN GOLD !
Two prises 11,000)
Two prises 5W V Each in GREENBACKS.
Five prises f 100 J
One Family Carriage and Matched ITorses
with Silver-mounted Harness, worth $1,500
1 Horse & BusSTV. with Sil ver-mnunti Har.
neas, worth $600.
One Fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth $550 !
Five Family Sewing Machines, - worth
$100 each 1
7RA il-IJ 1 CT( T TT ml T , .
I -m .1 on v
Gold Chains, Silver-ware. Jewelry Ac, Ac.
-rnmLP ram. sA
Tickets Limited to 50,000.
AGENTS WAITED tt Rell TiVlr.f.
I . u.it;l , . ,, ,
w wuuim nocra 1 remiums win De paid .
Twentv-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of the manner of drawing, mnd other
information in reference to the Distribution,
will be sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters most be addressed to
KAnr office, L, D. RINE, Box 86.
101 VY. rifth St. CINCINNATI, O.
BUCK EYE BEE HIVE.
Having purchased the right to manufacture
I ay uee niTe ior ine counties of
Al Th t V aaa sa-are f . . .
owan, Btanly, Cabarrns, Iredell, Catawba and
I tv " w " . ' r-1 , ....
Lavie. 1 am prepared to nn oraere and sell in
nese counties tbia valuable and improved Hive.
I will sell farmers rights, when they will make
a club or five, at ten dollars a right I will
also sell Township rights on reasonable terms.
1 .7 .every body that examines it bays one.
It will more than vmw for itself in one year.
All 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 6mos.
Are you G-oina to Paint!
Buy the READY MIXED PAINTS, all col
ors, in small cans to suit purchasers. Every
I man can be bis own painter. For sale cheap
KX.UTTZ'S PBUG PTOBE.
March 19, 1 874 tf.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAIXS
In from One to Twenty Minutes,
NOT ONE HOUR
RKAOY Rsuar IS A
It wsa Um first aai st
that iBstaatlr atop the pioat
at ssawfaaalsat: ssjSaa aUavs
OsBjsas-Bia js-HBi jsTSas
n other slaads or him., mj
Inflammations and cores
Lan, Stomach, Bowels, or
ur raoaowKTOTWsjiTi aismaa.
no matter how violent or eii iwalarlsa the
nHE.ua ATI 1;, Dwmatn, if
Xcaralgte, or prontrated with
IsSrsa. Ortpalwd. kerroas,
c RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL A f FORD IMSTANT KAKX.
iBFxaaif ation or the kidney s.
INKLAMMATION or THS
l.iruuiJiAiiun ui i tin n'wr.i
coMoasnov or m unsoa
SORB THROAT, DIWCrLT BRF ATITTSo
PALriTATIOS Or TUB II BART.
ETSTBRICS, OBODP, DIPTHBRIA
TOOTH AHU R
NIL' R A LOLA-
COLD CHILLS, AOCB CHILLS.
The application or t he Blaawy Matton Ute sart s
parU where the pain or difficult- exists wUl aflbrd ease
sail ni furl
Twenty drops In ualf a tumbler of water will In a few
momenta cure CRAMPS, srASMS, BOCR HTOMACH,
HBARTBURM, SICK HKADAC HR, DIARRHOEA,
DY8B.VTFRT. COLIC, WIND IB THE BOWELS,
Traveler ihould alwavi carry a bottle o
Way Btead Relief with t he m. A few
water will prevent atckneei or palru from rl
water. It la petur tbaa Fieaub Braady ar Mm
JM ail iniauiAb rAina.
t? FEVER AND AGUE.
FKVBR AND AOCB eared for flrtv cents
not a remedial agent In tMs world that will care revar
and Aroe. and all other Mslsrteai. Blloaa. Sasrlat,
Typhoid, Yellow, and other Keren aided by BAD
WAT'S PILLS) eo quick a. BAUWAT'S RBaD RB-
LXar. Fifty seats per aottls.
STBOBO A1TD PTTRR KTCH BLOOD INCREASE
OP KLKSH AND WKIOHT CLBAB KKIN AND
BBACTin L COMPLKXION SBC C RED TO ALL,
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE HOST ASTONTKHINO CURBS: SO
aUK'K. SO RAPID ARE THE CH ANUKM. THB
ODT UNDER KRS, UNDER THB INKl.l'ENi R
TMULY WOVOXBrCIt MBD1CINB,
Every Day ai Increase ii Flesh
and WeittM is Seei and Fell
Everr dmn of the SAR8AFARTLLIAST BBaOL.
TENT eoeamnnlcatee th roach the Blood nasal Crtaa,
and other KlulJ and juloea of the aystesa the vigor of
life, for It repairs tne wawee of tne body with new aaa
tound materlaL SorofBla.
tbe throat. Month. Ta-
Olandular dlaeaao. Ulcer in
mora, Nodeain theOlandiand othcrpartaoftbe
Sore Byes. Stmmoruaa doaharrce from thr E
Ute worst forms of Skin dlaeaee, ErapUona, Fever
Sores, Scald Head, Bias Worm. Salt Raaa. Eiyataraas,
acne, niaca opou, norma in ine Man. Tasaora, can-
eon in the Womb, and aU weaaeaja- a ad painful dav
the Womb, and all weakening and painful dla
. Night Sweats. Loasof Snerm sad all waste of
ehsrree. Night Sweats, Luaj of Sierm sad all watMs of
the life principle, are within the curative ream of this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a lew duys use wlU
prove to any person using It for either of these forms of
flWra.se its potent power to cure tltem.
If the patient, daihr hccomlns rc.lncej by the waste
and decomposition that is continually pfiwiasslssj. aae
eeed In arresting tbese wastes, and repairs the seats
with new malrrlnl roslo from heattby hi - nil sad this
the SAKSAl'ARILLlAN will and dor see are a en re
B certain; ior wn n onco ina n mciiy c
work of puritlcatinn, and soccecdK.ln dt
loss of waatc. ita n pairs will bo rapid, a
the patient will feel himself growls. MIS
Is certain; for when onco this n nicly Coinmeneaa Its
snd every day
Hit nnd strnsuer.
use roon tiiB-esun. better, sppeuie ini'rolng. and nean
and wclaht Incrt'osiog.
Not only does tho SsBaariauiAias Bssoarawv excel
Sll known remedial asv-nts in the cure of Chronic. Scro
fulous, Constitution:! 1, and okiu liliissas; bat R k Uss
only positive euro for
Kidney C Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb disease. Gravel. Dlabrtee. Th-r-nsT,
StopiMfc 01 Water, Iucontltieneoof Urine. Itriclit' Dis
ease. Albuminuria, and in all canes wprre there are
brick. Oust deposits, or ihe water la thick, eloudy, mixed
with substances liko tho while of an e. or thrals like
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, billoa apnesr-aiH-c,
and white bone-dust dcpiaits, and when there Is
a pricking, bu; ulns swTatl'Hi when pasama wafer, and
pa.u iu the biuaU of tbe Rauk and alwag toe Luins.
Tumor of 12 Yean9 Growth
Cared by Hadway's lUAvcnt.
perfectly tssteloas. cletranfly coated with eweet rum,
nurve. rcgulntr. turlfv. cleunse and alrenxthen. Rail
way ' Pilts. for the cure of all disorders of tne stomach.
irfver, now bis, e. Kimiys, uiaaoer, nervous
Headache, Constipation. CoativeDcss, Indigetioa, Drs-
che. t osati nation, uoativeni
, Biliousness, Bilious lever.
pepwta, Bilkiasnaes, Billons fever. InflammaUon of fibs
Bowel, Plies, and alt Derangements of the Internal
Viscera. Warranted to effect a poaHIre ears. Purely
Vegetable, containing no mercury, mineraborMwSwrt
oasdraca A few doses of RAD WAT'S n LLfi will free the are
tea from all the above named disorders. Frloe, Meant
per Boa. SOLD BY OKUUttlSTfl.
READ "FALSB AND TRCK." Bead one IsHsr
Stamp to CAD WAY A CO.. No. tS Warren St., New
TwrRlafurmatloa worth tboaaaada wiU be seat yea.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide 1
Iron, is eo combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as)
easily dlgesteil ami assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. 11 increases the nuanUly
of Nature s Own Vital llr.0
Agent, Iron in the blxnl, and
cures "a thousand Ills," simply
by Toning un, Invlrjoruting and
Vitalising the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood ;r r
tneatzs every ;..' of the body,
rejxiiring damages a. id waste,
searching art morbid sec. c
tions, and leaving notlsLng fa
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret, of the won
derful success of this remaly in
curing lyspepaia, Liver Com
plain f, Iropy, Chrraie Ilor
rhoeis Boila, Ncnoa" AlTfectlosia.
Chills ami Fever. Humors,
Loss of Constltutitnnl Vrjor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, Fcmalo ( -p'aints,
and all diseases ortjlsttlng its
a bad stale of the 6. 01 ;', or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably Iics
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. F0WLE k SONS, Proprietors,
If o. 1 BUI tats ptaca, -Ttlai
SOLI BT DULCCItTI SSIBSAL.a
..trtfl IJPPfia. ' TllfttAo Tloo
Commissioners Deeds. Sheriff Ade
Deeds, Chattel Mortgages. & I Hampton, Proprietor.
For Sale at this o&c 1 rchis,i67w-tf. BaUik-.
T1IIIJJ l.V.lLs. si -1
Dr. J. Wal ker's CallfbrnU Tin
cgar Bitten are a purely VegetavUe
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herbs found on tho lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tlio medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. Tbe question is siinoet
daily asked. 4,Wha. tho cause of the
unparalleled success of Vixkoab Bxt
tkks V Our answer Is, that thoy romore
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They ore the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. Never before in the
history of the world baa s medicine been
compounded poaeseaing tho remarkable
Sali ties of V15 ko a b BiTTBBS in healinathe
S of every disease man it heir to. They
are a gentlo Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion ot Inflammation of
the Liver ana Visceral Oraaas Billons
The properties 01 iv. nvalkxb's
Yibkg a tt k ittbbs are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
P WrmtefQl Thousands proclaim Vnr
igab Bitters tbe most wonderful In-
vigorant that ever Miatfirj- nkinfl
No Person can take these Bitten
socording to directions, and remain long
no well, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilions. Remittent and Inter.
mi ttent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United 8tates, especially
those of the Mississippi. Ohio, lsWort,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Red. Colorado, Braios, Rjo Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Eo
anoko, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout oar
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 the stomach and Uver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful inliuonco upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Da. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which tho
bowols aro loaded, at tho same timo
stimulating tbe secretions of tbe liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
(unctions of t bo digestive organs.
Fortify tho body against disease
by purifying ail its Uuids with Vdtega r
BiTTEns. No epidemic can take bold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
echo, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizriness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tatioD of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tbe region of the Kid
dots, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, aro the oflsprings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottle will provo a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Seroftila, or King's Evil, White
SweUings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mcreurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of tbe 8kin, Sore Byes, etc.
In those, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Wax ebb's Yi.neoas Bittbbs have
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractablo cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Romit
tcnt and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Heehanieai Diseases, Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Misers, as thoy advance in his, are nhjirt
to paralysis of the Bowels. To nerd
against this, take s doss of W axe si s V is
boas BrtTBBs occasionally.
For Skin Diseases. Emotions. Tot-
w, oati-Xwaeam, uioicnea, bpota, t
Pastules. Bods. Carbunclea. Rin.
o 1 a a a s-T a .
Discoloration 1 of the Skin. Hi
of tbe Skin of wfsatura
or nature, are bterailv doe ud and
ou of the system in a short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms.
lujxins- in the system of so many thosssSBsts.
are eflectuslly destroyed and removed. Vo
7 stem of medicine, no vanmreeea, no a&-tiiel-ainitkwiUfrae
the syetem from worms
UEa these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the davm of wo
manhood, or the turn of lite, these Testis
Bitters display so decided an i"rtm that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when.
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or stores:
it when roa find it obst
siuggun m tne veins ; cleanse K
fool ; your realm ri will tell rou
the blood pore, and the hssflh of the
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Also, Ckorck, Parlor sad efllee Stovea, sas
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Ratio of Assets to liabilities
Policies issued on all tWinkla ..1 a,
Lowest rates of Premium cosssisteat mkk
Reaerve from prcminms in vested ta fc
Policy-holders everywhere. Polices m fcT
feitahle after soeood premium according to tkssr
tss ins, and tbe amount noobrfeitabie h vriasa
in the policy in plain English, so that Users aa
be no Mm-NDBitsTAvruKo.
Restrictions only such as everr seniUe oaa
will heartily endorse. The new nlaa
A VIIVC S B Al la
peooliar to thu Corn pan j, has
as well as persons expecting to
should examine it oarefullv.
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N Jc. W" MtMO7, LooU ATaL' 8-i-y.
March 19, 1874 ly.
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The Fall seasion will begin on Wedasndav
29th, J nl v. For catalogue containing Israw
Ac applj to the President,
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H. D. WILAO.V,
Pres. Board Troaloas.
Dr. GREEN'S FTT
The Great Remedy for Epilpsy, Cures
r its, raraa, Con vision ami err ou
fulness, acU promptly, often arrreatiasr the Viu
trom the first day's one, even where they have
existed for years.
COMPOUOT EX. COSTTJAXJnr
The Great Vegetable Alterative, Cures.
ScrofuU,Secotidarr hyphalia, lirptjosoa the
nam, ana an nissasuiarsstngft
A Sovereign Ralm Iur Cougbs Ceoii
chilis, Asthma, and all diseases of the
sages and lunga. By its umely naa aaoay sjp
poaed cases of Con su rapt ion ere ptomptly re
lieved and the Lungs restored to health.
NEURALGIA SPECIFIC !
A prompt, positive aad permanent relief (or
the excruciating pains of Neuralgia, RawasaBsa
tism and Sciatica.
FoSale by T. P. C t
Prepared only by
Dr. GREEN. LINDLEY 4 BENTLIT
CHARLOTTE N. a
Nov. 6, 187S.-17.
Tbe only known edv for
BRGT'S DI lit,
And a positive reeatdy for
OOCT, GRAVEL. STRICTURES. DIABB
TBS, DYSPEPSIA, NEBYOT8 DEBILITT
BeunliiMM nf I'rias Twisv
lion, Indentation or Ulceratioa of the
BLADDER A KIDNEYS.
Gland. Stone, in the
Col cuius Gravel or Bricfrdan
Deewsit aad Ms-
cos or Milky
EXTR OT B TJ C HTJ
Permanent r Cures all I ni tmmtrn ni ta
BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND DROPSICAL
Existing in Men, Wonaen and Children.
tNO MATTER WHAT THE AGE I
Prof. Steele savs : "One bottle of Kmrnnrft
Fluid Extract Bocbu Is worth more than all
other Boch os combined.''
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six (or Five
Dulara. Sold by C. R. BARKER A CO.
Depot. 104 Duanc St., N. York
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Nerrons anti MMA
OF BOTH SEXE8.
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Da. J. R Dtott.
College, Phildelphia, author of arreral
works, can be consulted on all aliases
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which he has
aa snpeciel study) e-lber la aaatle
matter from what caons originating or
long starwling. A practice off SO
him to treat diseases with
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Bead for the 5U u BamM.
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