They "11 cany the new to Iliram.
The Song of the croaker"I told yoa
The Democrat of Wake increased
their vote 127. That will do.
Pillars that should be shaken down
Is iwea to wait, but on how bitter.
To wait for girl anil then not git 'r.'
It is a strange fact that when people
indulge W high word they aae loir lap
The eardener who hung an old coat
out to frighten birds away, and afterward
oan d a young brood in Que of the pockets,
writes to ps asking for another remedy.
There are 2.150 cubic
bosh el, and for corn in
give three heaped half bushels, which equal
Two level bushels, making 4,.0 cubic
inches in a
the ear yon
Daring the recent floods in Frauce, a
Newfoundland dog saved the Uvea of
twelves persons. Bat was drowned ip at
tempting to save the thirteenth.
The London Lancet very high author
ity gives the following remedy tor the
care of this painful malady : "As soap as
the pulsation which indicates the disease,
is felt, pot directly over the spot a fly
blister, about the sixe ef your thumb nail
and let it remain for six hours; at the ex
piration of which time, directly under the
surface of (he blister may be seen the
felon, which can be easily taken opt with
the point of needle or lancet.
New Trial ot the Beecher-Tilton
New York. Aue. 3 Mr. Morris, coun
sel of Tilton says that ondoubtedly the
new trial will be short as they propose
now to try Beecber for adultery as be has
been tried on several outside collateral
matters. - He aaye there is testimony of
great importance which will materially
altar the complexion of things and which
will prove Beecber guilty. General
Prior says three leading witnesses for
Tilton io the next trial will be Lee, the
druggist, Henry C. Bowen, and Joseph
ii:c bards, Mrs. Til ton's brother.
Nothing is so great an Instance, of UU
manners as flattery. It you Hatter all the
company, yoa please none ; it yoo flatter
only one pr two, you affront the rest.
A woman in Carson, Nevada, smoked
pne hundred pipfals of opium in a single
day, and dreamed that she was ip another
world. The fou of it whs that the dreaiq
opium killed her as
proved correct, for the oj
dead as a sold pancake.
From the Denver Mirror,
Theology in Colorado.
The report of a sermon by a Fn-raont
county preacher is worth reapeuliug here;
"Boys, you 11 hud Hue life juai like a
game of eevenup. You want to save
yoqr tens and look ont tor game, an' nev
er beg when you hold a good baud, Al,
recollect in the long rap low counts as
much as high it it is only a trump. The
devil has blocked the cards, but jist pl,v
'em honest, and wbeu it come your deal
yer bouud to git a w n band every
time, and old split-hoof will jist have to
jump the game and look for a softer snap.
Also, if you happen to turn Jack call It
lucky, but don't forget to remember that
turn ing J, ck id uncertain bus'ut-as and
'11 not do to bet op."
General Adam Dadecu is pow a full
fledged minister. The President's ene
mies thiuk there is A dam Had eaudor
about the appointment, suggests a North
Ben Bul or can ico $ 150,00Q life insu
rance, apd wbeu you wish ne were dead
you are theoretically Uetraudiug the iusu
companies out ot a good deal Qt
Judge Watt has a monkey iu trailing,
Gen. Leach says he (Leach) is now
Indulgence The great foe of life Is ia-
SmtgfBo under one form or another. The
letting down of the standard endaugers the
MftgSM of the course. 1 o lie safe oiie must
be circu inspect, prudent, ratio al, clear in
judgment, firm, in self control. To the com
mand over his appetite a man will owe
ength of days : and not length of days only.
uot more continuity, but that which gives
io coulinu'ty its significance namely, the
power to enjoy which makes prolonged ex
istence sunn-thing worthy of being called a
"lease of life." aud uot a stretch of drowsy
Women in India,
Accoiding to tin- Hindoo law giver, a
wop)4ii has no god on earth but her hus
band, and no religion except to gratify,
obey and serve him. L-t her husband
be crooked, old, infirm, oftVneive ; let him
be irascible, irregular, a di m krd, n g;m
blei. a debauchee ; 1. r bi:u b reckless of
his domestic affalis. as if possessed by a
devil t :li.m -h he live pi the woild with
oat honor ; though he -he deaf or blind,
and wholly weighed down by crime and
infirmity still shall his wife regard him
as her G'd With all her might shall
she s-ivn imu, n- Mil il.inj; oImv Mm. "
up detVcts lo hi- character, aud give hun
no cause of uneasiness. N ay, more ; in
every stage of her existence, woman
livs but to obey rat first her parents,
next ber husband and bis parents, and in
ber old age she must be in ed by her
children. Never, during her whole life,
Can she be under her own control These
are the general principles upon which the
life of woman iu India is to be con
The moat complete specimen of the
living English bibliomaniac is a Mr.
Crosclov. of Manchester, who ha a library
of 60,000 books, and actually know
what is in them. He has the only com
plete set at all the editions of De Foe.
and sundry other and earlier writings.
The Brinish Museum and other great
public libraries are watching fes bis death.
Mr. Croeeley will answer any question
about any book or pamphlet ever publish
ed in England, give its date, tell anything
special in it, and all without touching a
vnlumn. tie is eighty ; be was a person
al friend of Obarlee Lamb and other liter
ary men of past generations ; and yet.
with the exception of a lew excellent pa
pers contributed to the Retrospective Re
view in 1820, he has written no hmg aud
w heu he dies a great bibliographer will
The Masonic Journal. lEW ADVERT! SEMTEXT 3?
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CoV
(Late S .WUO.VS GLOCCH OBCA coi -
8AVB TH SOAPSUDS However de
plorable rhiug day may be to th
hows-bold (and be eandul house mistress
or tidy m. lid has it iu her power to greatly
modify its discomforts), to the garden it
is a very bountiful day. Our hungry and
thirsty grape vines and flowers are glad
of every drop of wash water, and will
repay evry bit ot fatigue it may cost us
to give them thirt fertiliser, if the son in
shining hoi when we go out to dispeu
our favor, it is best for us to dig a slight.
trench uoi far from the root of the plant,
aud pour the water into it, and cover
again with the top soil. T'ie makes the
water gu further, aud at the same time
does not tempt the rootlets to the surface
of the ground. - Dutchess Farmer.
Operations of a Band of
iveri to tUe Uarwiuiau theory, lb is
"frog moukey tireaay Sam -Man.
1 I i
The Republican party held Alabama
from 1868 to 1872. Dunug that time
the thieves iucieaaed the public debt hum
14,949,624,87 to 38,384,977,3?.
i When a puluth womao wants to know
frhy in blaze her husband dipu t order
that woou, he looks a ber io a chilling
diguihed way. aud replies : "1 do uot
Wish to go to the Black Hills, bpt do not
press me do pot rouse the tiger.
A Louisville girl reports her first love
aa. I ..srweia m v . .
offair thus : " vv pen r inlander told me ne
Joead me, I was mighty tuk with it, and
pmtoued to him directly, and be sal a grin
ping like a baked skunk."
Food Medicine. Dr. Hall relates the
case of a mau who was cored ot his bill For some time past ihe citisens of Wes
iou8iieas by going without his supper and tern New York and Northwestern Penn-
driukiug Ireely of lemouade. Every (eylvauie have been greatly alarmed by
inomintr, says the doctor, this patient the depredations of burglars and highway
arose with w wonderful sense of rest and men. In one instance a house was broken
refreshment, and a feeling as though the into at midnight, the inmates captumed
- t . , , . ,
blood had been literally washed, cleansed and bound, and the male members harshly
..r.rl .xvnll ho il.n Lmnr.alii ..! ilia lu.i I treated. The rohhcia IihiI learner! that A
As vitality comes to the system, it , - . . . . , , , mmmmmuA in or
, i ci nil ui T a iimi iwu nit. w v. u v m l J
Kiier I . ,. ... I i . i mi j 3 .a
iHincrtv tor mmiv diseases successtu Iv. uoui lue uouae. uier aemauaen wun
TO THE MASONIC FRATERNITY
IX NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
Tan is emphatically aa ace of
The world tuoven apace, but wilh m,
01 ine booth, Mason try Uum
tacxing k proper dMiemintloo of thoae puna
principle ptsculiar to oar old Order. Our
bmbern of other more favored fteettona hare
their periodical literature, and are knyki and
praepet o4aa : we, too, abould flounah and bluav
oas as the rose.
There are in the Sooth nearljr 200,000
Freeiuaaona, sad rscogniaing the Imperative
need for a regular and permanent Organ pecu
liarly suited to lh dvataada of ihia tmooii
her "who are linked together by aa iadiaaota
ble chain of sincere aPection,'' we have deter
mined lo eaaahlieb in the city of GreenAboro, N.
WEEKLY MASONIC NEWSPAPER,
with the Shove name, such mm the dignity and
advancement of the Fraternity will approve.
It Literature will be pas Sf and ef the higheat
order; making ihe Jovknal a fit companion
for the moat cultivated and refined, and a wel
come visitor 10 any household. In this con
nection we have engaged the aervicee of able
and popular writer whose hearts glow wilh a
load dewire for the oerueluilv of the Ancient
Landmarks of oor "Mystic Kitea," and we will
onare neither labor nor expense to make the
paper a highly instructive and popular ramilr
and Moiiic vionnr.
Wilh a journal i stic experience of several
years, and a detertn. nation lo give all our time,
talent and energy to the promotion of this impor
tant enterprise, we hope to receive from our
Masonic brethren that liberal confidence and
support winch, bv an entire devotion to iu
suoex., we hope to merit.
. - . . ,
It will he an eight page, thirty-two column
nhpet, orinled on good white palter, and furn
ished week ly al the low price of $2 per year. 1 lie
hrst number will be issued on edneaday, the
5ih of September, 187, and regularly on Wed-
newt -v of each week thereafter.
tfiT All money should be aent by Check,
Pot-office Order or Registered letter.
Bav. K. A. Wiuiow, Wilson & Baker,
Gix. 8. Baker, treenborok N. C.
fcjT Until Sept. 1st address us at KonrroM,
beats off its foes, and conquer one
another the advancing years.
As an example, be cures cases of spittiug
threats of death where that $10,000"
blood bv the use of salt; epilepsy and "as concealed, but hudtug 110 money they
The Providence Drilling A ne-J yellow fever by watermelous : kidney departed, threatening that if an alarm was
gro man from the city was at Providence! affections by celery; poison, olive or g'vD they would return aud kill the in
vesteiday, and returning last evening, sweet oil : ervsinelae. pouuded cratiber- mates. On oaturaay utgbt, ove stores at
confirms the report which we published rva applied to the parts affected ; hydro- Randolph, New York, were broken into
yesterday, of the negroes drilling. He phobia, ouious, etc. So the way to keep and nhV.d of their entire content, the
. 1 . . 1 I a 1? .1 I : . 1 aa a I I 1 I & a. . : 1 J
savs :nai mey nave oeeu iiBieuiog to tue m good beallb is really to auow abat to Vill"r " me property oeiug esumaiea a
teachings ot one Jim Steele, a negro 1 eat not to know what medicine to take, aou.ouu. 1 ney are apparently uot satis
preacher, who actually made the reipurkL - lied with invasions of private rights, bu
tht "we will cany this box if we bave The Civil Rights Bill to be Tes they have attempted to throw traius from
to swim in blood Steele told the ne- TKD. a fair auu square test case nouer tne Atlantic ana in t at Yestern and
eroes that he had been sent out by the the civil iighu law will uow be made, up Allegheny Valley railroads, and in oue
government to preach this doctrine to I in Indiana. In direct violation of the instance the attempt was successful
them. After collecting what money he State statute crank Miller, white has
could out of them, he ran away. Ihe I married Alary A. (jriuis, colored, and is
aBBpQbaf3aa3BBBvll 1 1 iaC
FITTED WITH TU 2 X r-Y IN KNTED
Geinff laorth or East,
Will avoid night changes and secure the moat
comfortable and shortest route by buying
VIATH V A. MIDLAND.
The onlv chance of cars to Baltimore is made
north ot the river at
across a twelve foot watu
negro who was a r Providence yesterday, in jail for ap ddng. The marriage license
is a Radical, and the Radicals can there- was regularly issued by the Clerk of ike
fore make ont of this affair whatever they I Circuit Court of l.u k county, and the
w , .. -
choose. Char. Observer.
' The death rate of the city of Charles
too reached last week the very high figure
of 80 whites, 3G colored 44; children
pnder five years ef ag 45. This death
rate is higher than tor any week during
the prevaleuee ef the yellow fever in 187 1 ,
and4 is doe doubtless to the intense beat
. f 1 1
"A wan dowo ip Lynn, Mam., it it said,
e so many pairs ot shoes in one day
tkafriitoek two-days U count them ! He
was a smart one, bat not equal to oue up
iBNew Hampshire, who buill so many
jrtrHee of stone wail in aae day that it
him all uight and next day to get
The Charlotte Democrat says :
We hope the Trustees of the North
Carolina University w'll elect Hon. Jef
ferson Davis Pres'dcntof that Institution,
and offer him a salary of ten thousand
dollars. While we have differed to a
considerable extent with Mr. Davis in
some of his ideas i n public matters, we
believe he will make a first rate Presi
dent of an Educational Institution. He
is honest, candid and a good man in every
sense of the word. The man who de
nounces Jefferson Davis is either ignorant
of his character or too mean to admire a
bold, good man.
1 A grand' daughter of Ethan Allen, aged
party one hundred and one years, was visit
ing Spring field, Mass., a few days ago.
liar name is Mrs. Jemima Graves. She is
said to retain her faculties to a wonderful
degree, and remembers her illustrious
easjBjMttbor distinctly enough to describe
Ml personal appearance, habits and dress in
a h m,
Having frequently appealed to his
father to buy him a jack-knife, and re
ceiviue for au answer, "It you sneak to
me again on that subject I'll whale you,
he went stragbtway to bis mother, prying
astf his heart would break, and said, "1
eaa't aever be good like George Wat h
tngton, with sucb a dad as 1 bave got.
ce. re 11:01 y was regularly performed by a
ateiiioaisi clergyman 01 new Aioany,
who has been indicated together with the
incarcerated bridegroom. The trial is
fixed for October. Miller is a German
by birth; has been in this county about
six y-ais, aud dec la 1 ee thai he loves Uis
wife, aud would '"rather have her than
any white woman he ever saw." She is
described as a "decent, houest woman,"
and both announce thejr iutcntiou of fight
iujg the matter to the end.
The Editorial profession is denomina
ted the "Fourth Estate." We call it the
"Scattered Estate." Bits of our estate
are 'lying about loose' all the way from
Paatainaquoddy Bay to Matamoras. A
dollar here, two
Hollars llierp and fiv
rm a. 1 j, n I ' '
xuab Qia ry. yonder, scattered high and low, held in
The Washington Chronicle has defined N rl ot pocket-books by all sorts of
its position again. It wants lo make people ; not much in any oue place, but
treason odious by punishing the Southern ood ttDl ' t could be aggregated ;
leaders; then it will "forgive and excuse Such is the situation of the Printer's Es
the masses." To which remarks responds ,ate a,ld a 1 'ial oe to secure bis
the Richmond Enquirer: " Why bless properly, is the very natural honesty of
its innocent Soul, there is now no treason I any man wno reaas tne oouinern tiome
to be made odious, save that which exists regularly. Occasionally a rascal ewiu-
in the Radical camp ; aud as for thn mas dies us of a portion of our Estate, but he
ses of the Southern people, they feel that some fellow who has borrowed a Radi
they have rights in the Union as great as cl pape d gotten demoralised. Per-
those enjoyed by. any of their fellow sons who have rented two dollars aud a
citizens, and all that they ask is to be ball's worth of our Estate, will please call
permitted peacefully to exercise the con "d get a receipt tor ihe annual rent.
etituiional oreroeatives of self erovemment. I QOUtnern Home.
m (i c
Surely there is nothing in such con
stitutional demands to alarm auy real
Northern patriot "
A Dubuque medical student has come
lo griet by reason ot his remarkable
leucbuicu! knowledge. The young wo
mau lo whuin be was attached oue morn
lug received Ihe t-jllowiug uole : "Dear
Augtline, 1 am sorry lo iulorm you bai
in consequence of a circumscribed subuu
iaueous iittlatuiualiou, characterized by a
pointed pustular tumor suppurating iu iht
cenui oi a cl..u 1 1.U1-, 1 em unable to
enjoy ibe pleasure ot your compauy to
the ilippoUiomt. Ever, deaiesl, thine,
Augusius." She read it ; she rushed o
his borne iu an aguuy ot apprehension, and
found that he bud ouly oue ot ihosethiugs
ot wh eh Job had ao many. Wbeu she
returned borne her sensible mother told
her that she had heller drop that erudite Attorneys,
young mau ; it married be would, doubt
lues, beggar his family by buying Lauu
Die 1 tonai it;P aud such Ihe ruMieiual
advice was lollowed ; aud uow A. sutlers
Hum something worse tbau a curuueu
1 he entire train runs from DAN VILE to
BALTIMORE over one uniform gauge with
This route is one Hundred If ilea shorter
ban any other to the
SPRINGS OF VIRGINIA.
O J FOREAORE,
General Manager, Alexandria, Va.
W D CHIPLEY,
General Southern Ag" AU--i. On
W U WA I LING ! UN,
Travelling Agent, Greensboro, N. C
An invention having a avt important bearing on the future of Reed Iwursminta, by smsss, e
which lbs quantll or volume ot tone If t. ry iacrM iirtaara,
and the qnality of tone rendered
Eljal te that of the Bat Pipe Orgaiii of ike Same Capacity.
i.k( v, rli -Voi TTamin " "Wih-ox Pateai." "Octave Cannier," the
ing "Cello" or "ClariuoeT Slop, "Gem- llorn," "Cremoo a," "Vo Aagelet," VioU
ALL THb: LA rrfc lMruuy naubn iu
- a a t . S
Orm tti Can be obtained only in meae v-rrgana.
Quality and Volume o
PRICES, $50 TO 8500.
Factory and Warerooms, Cor. 6th and Congress BU,
(1RA1U8BS9 XW 1830.) AOSSTTS Wanted la Brary
alanDs p Kat ans m ip.
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO.,
Ma 20, 1875
Blato and Henderson,
Jaonary 22 1874 -tt.
Ex-President Johnson's death prill be
' regretted by none more deeply than by
the iasurance companies, Jle was a be
liever iu life insurance, and illpstrgtfd hie
faith by bis sets, to an extent that is rare
indeed, even nowadays. The aggregate
of the policies oo hia life is no less than
Three Uuudred and Fit tj Thooaaad dot-Jars.
. Australia shows an ioerease duriog sewea
Wars of U.QPO.OOti sheep and 2.000.000
Seed of cattle, without cumting home eon
sumption and tha uuaotitv of meat imported
Jus. tins. u Ney Zealand during the same
.cMrriod. the increase io the number of sheep
ajd tettje was equally remarkable, the for
mer multiplying fr m 8,418.579 to 1 1,694.
gffcind the later 412,890 to 494,1 13.
Thk Value of a Quart or Cream -"A
Farmer's Wife' dean es to know what
the .value of a quart of cream is when
compared with the price of butter per
sraataivw? fn f!rknna tiMAn . 1 . !..-. ---A
www, aii nuim t mure out; itao UiaBUrr.fJ 1 j i r
Iiid weighed, and proved that a quart of SlSL! V " ll
ZZ JlTtJ u JTL-A J? J the ancients knew all abot
Kvutu uc a pnuuu ui uuuer, alio
he bad bought it and always paid the
price that butter was worth at the time.
The following is the result of a few expe
riments: I be brst week fr m fourteen
quart of cream there were made fifteen
aud three-fourths pounds of butter; the
second week, from fifteen quarts, seven
teen pounds; third week,
seven quarts, put the quantity
hotter will nlwava Hnnl i.r.o,. tl.. "J l"v "U6V
ol the cream. Iu many h,sWr wbal I rteen thouwud
umiiop. oome oi me stuns were OI extras
In mau'a basie to make discoveries, to
conceive novel iuveutious, and to laru
new things, he is liable to lose iu his
excursions into the realms of the unknown
the knowledge of some of the arts which
ne oas neen at great pains to acquire.
glass, aud that some of their ariisans
were able lo execute various works iu a
style that still excites our envy aud ad
miration. Of late, however, there has
been, aud notably iu Venice, a revival of
Five per cent., aud perhaps ten, can be
adrieu i- iiif auiouui ut milk ubliu-d .rum
the oows of this euuutry, if the following
rules me luexorably followed.
1. AifVer nurry cows, iu uriviuir to aud
from tue pasture.
ii. ja.la as nearly at equal intervals a
possible. Halt paal nve iu tue morning
and six at uight ure good boura.
d. lie esi.ecialiy teuder of the cow at
4. beo seated, draw the milk as rapid
ly aa possible, being certain always lo get it
5. Never talk or thiuk of anything beside
what you are doiug wbeu tuitktug
o. oui-r smile earosa and al a mj s a sooth
lnir wurd wbeu you approacU a eow aud
wuen you leave ber. The belter she loves
you, the more free aud complete will be her
abaudou as you sit at ber side.
We appeud te not uueuuiuion practiee :
1. Lei some boy turn tbe cows awy,
aud gel biui who is foud ut ibrowiug slout
aud a witches the bind oues every time be
gels a chance.
x. Milk early in the morning and late at
uight, dWidiug ihe day into two portions
one ot htleeu Hours aud the other nine.
H. Whaek tbe cow over the back with th
Carolina Central Railway
Office Gf.xkr.yl ScFKtisTkxnBrr. i
Wilmington. N. C. April 14. 1c75l
tJ-sJJc BtjpB8 m
Change of Schednle,
On and after Pridsy. April
lis Railway a-
trains will run over thi
Leave Wilmington at.
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive in Wilmington at
16tb, 1875, tbe
7. 15 P. U.
7.00 P. M
SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIKE BY USING THE
It will run lighter. It will turn vo ir land h-tter, Ii will make you better crops, ItwUlaw
you leas to keep it in order, thau any other Mow you hare ever used.
We will furnUh von Point one yesr for one plow inordinary land foe one Dollar. Waal St
ron pr your black tnitli to d ihe tme - mi r.ur old-fashioned I low 7
W h&va i al in t a erni rannion in rrioe .
Ml we ak of yon i. Try it, aad then if you don't like it bring it back aw
be refunded w yoa.
Leave Wilmington at 6.00 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at .00 P M
Leave Chnrlotteat 60. A M
Airivein Wiluiiufftou at 6.00 A M
WE WARP.ANT EVERY PLOW.
MERONEY & BRO.
milk is being skimmed, nearly as much
milk will be removed as there is cream
Bat it is a safe rule to assume that a quat
of good eream will make a pound of but-
r .1 : ; ii
urn o, u tti lo g.veu up as irreinevaoiy 8tool, or k pi- lo Uwr if ,he does uot
lust, l he ancient brocade manutacture ,.r
has been revived by the Fratelli Aguuio. 4. Milk slowly and carelessly, aud stop
ex- at tbe first slacking of tne dutd.
used 5. lalkaud laugh, aud perhaps squirt
by the Doges for gifts to other pot en tales, mi,k l companion luilaers, wbeu sateU at
i ii c tun .
ti. Keep the ai'imal in a tremble
irom uiveen quarts, seven l i , , , ,,,
uud-; third week, fourteen quarts, S";ttJ?tellLA'!U
pounds--, gain of oue poSud in llVT tJl A
luarte. But the quantity of the bafow lh;t of Lyoua, ajid wa.
One of the Siamese ambassadors, on
returning home from Europe, gave the
following description of a piano-forte, or
ft B 1 . a S
as ue eaiiea it, "a great trunk set upon
legs." He said : "A womao ska in front
rJ thia lit) tii-lt liner Btrt nf tail it I. on
with her toe, produces a variety of sounds
m by beauug ropidly with ber fingers on
aaiasMahnr of Uule biu oi ivory in frout of
'V ' Thrkk Mur Killxd by a Drop or
1$WUT. A drop of perspiration has
jjLiSnil a terrible explosion in the pyrote-
eaWne school at Toulon. A naval Lieu-
f-nant waa filling bottles with dynamite,
tktf iroUou and phosphate of calcium, and
Jte story is that a drop of perspiration
irom hie forehead tallinsr. ander certain
.auditions, on matter not explosive with
e jSontaot with water, produced the
catastrophe. At any rale, three perrons
a ... . '
k n i ec oo too spot.
ordinary qnality and great beauty, but
tbe secret died with the inveutors. lo
recent times some of the European uobil-
ity have succeeded in obtaining the man
utacture of very beautiful brocaded tapes
try, at a cost of twenty dollars per yard
1 he lace work for which the small island
ot Hoi-Ann noar Van,A rtn nn Watt aaa amasaatl
The election in Kentucky on Monday is alao hino- vv .(.. ;
ImJ ; 1. T I . . - O W..WV.. .u.F,wa
. ... u,c. wi.nuiuig xemocrauc ot the l'rincesa Giovanelli, the Countess
victory, which effectually relieves all Marcello, au aged woman who remembers
pp.uru.uuD w i mo existence among nd aodersUnds the art. has been engaged
V"V vu otawc oi any serious to give instruction iu it. The coat of
time you are milking, aud wbeu doue give
ber a vigorous kick. t.z.
G. M. Buis,
Lau al q.at, Sals k Co
C. R. BABKKtS
l of c a a . rkti a Os
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive at Baffalo af.?f.:
Leave Buffalo at
Arrive ia Charlotte at. . .
8.00 A M
VI 30 V M
4.30 P M
Saliebnry.N. C April I. IS75- if.
m A LECTURE S
BUIS & BARKER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL Dnipts
laVoruer Aiaiu oc r isbei bireela,
SALISBURY, N. C.,
Where but be fonnd a full assortment of
No Traius on Sunday eccpt one freicbt train
that leaves Wiluiiugton at 6 r. at., instead of
on (Saturday night.
Connects at TTilmington with Wilmington 4
Weldon, and Wilminfrton. OoluaiMaA Aosasta
Uailroada. Semi-weekly JUtv Turk aud Tri
weekly Baltimore aud weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the River Boats to FayetteTille.
Connects at Charlotte with its Wettern Di
vision, North Carolina Bail road, Charlotte d
Statesvile Railroad, CbarlotU aV Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia & Angaata Rail
road. Thus supplying the whole West, Northwest
and Southwest with a short aad cheap line to
the Seaboard and Europe.
S. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer aad Superintendent.
May 6, 1875. tf.
TO YOUNG MEN.
.' -j . trice
otssetHMooi . cr 4erecea of political Uhm lace ia rery great, tbe production of Pore Drugs, Medicines, Pye Stuffs, Fine Hand
"r""- vuu etecuou vuere were a aincle vard oeeu uv no- ,,, w.hi.f v, For-iirn A Domestic dmi.
suntly tor nearly six months. There is ognes, Soaps, Hair, loom nail urusnes,
the rage in Europe for articles bearing the oelebrated Perkins A House NoN-axpLoaivK
many reports current to the effect
the Democracy was divided, and
great gams might be expected in
Radicals' favar, by reason of the prcya
lence oi "independents." These
t Press, i
Iiectnre on ilia Is atarc, Treat
mailt, and Radical cun- A Seminal wak-,
ne- s, or sp rmaurruajji.inlc.-d ly ncli-Abuf. I
lnolu itarv Kmurioni, Iihpoierer, Krtvaa!
Deb.lity. and lmpedimeuu to Mamagr genor
ally; Comtuiuptiou. Epilopay.and Fit-: Moutal
and Paraical iucua.-iiy. It -By KuhEUT
J. CULVEKWELL. H. D., author ol the
"Greeu Bok.' Ac.
Tbe world-renowned author, in this admira
ble Lecture. eU-arly pioves from bio"M n
rienee thai the lawful 0MUequeiee of Self
Aluiae may be ffulnally removed wilhtsit ;
medicine, aad witho t daagrMu wrgic tl opar-
ations. bougies. lntmmmt. ring, .r cmrduds; ,
pointing ont a watdeof c ire at unee oertain and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what bia eoudiliun may be, cure himelfcbe-
ly priyalely and radically.
CP" TUim Lecture rW prove a boom to thorn
mamds and thousand
8ot uidr aeal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, on receipt of six cents or two post-
The only ILLLSTBATED WEEKLTJ
il.eSotub. Eight page, forty eolttaig;
mifi.ru; nfire r- .Alnf, matter than aV '
... i . . i . i .i. . .
,Mit-i in uir iwnm ciiwi aa
ire nut tow-
ITaSSS . "" "tiquity. At first dealers get Kercaene Lamp, which we warrant for twenty
set at rest ny the .reettlt, as other u counterfeiting, and afWwards comoe- V- Whiskey, Frenfcli Brandy, Scuppernong
llltSa WAajSaVat4 m ! n K awak h a.a I. . l .aaT -a, ST I ! a .a . . . -- - t 1 T) I l I
tion are frenueutly exag- ence of this o anetria orolonsred thmorh tiZ. dmmnm-t im nmUk ia tl
. ... " . . ' lu uouuicrieiiiiiH-. ana anerwarna inmru.
Sitly -g!" "Pi thenuelve. suggesu S.
Sve-V thins usually
Store. Our vreteriv
this planer ia prolonged throueh tion devartment is solely in ike hands of Iks pro-
a million Tears, the neonla of that ?. vrietors. one or Iht other being ta the Store dam
ill . . . r 1 I J - v-i
win prooaoiy nave forgotten many tbines . 7 nu n" , 7l,."'"uu T
we now know, and will be scouting K ff1" F-fJ opotiad.
the certain teat
lions ot disaffection are frea
gera ted, and are found, when closely in
estigatea, to consist in the load noise
of a few instead ot the siocere feeling of
any coosuerapte uomer- In4m
Addreas the Publishers,
HICKORY. N. C. CiiAS. j. c. kline & co.
Is the only paper published In Catawba 127 Bowery, Hew Yok; PoatOfBce Box
Cooutv. and has an extensive circulation I WBO
amonir Merchants, farmers, and all el
of busiueas men in tbe State. The
is a live, wide-awake Democratic paper. I u w A f w .ra'c C U rx
foradvertbing in nomOf ttllU UI a w 9 UVUVV,
flie Brt oiieWr ot
LFsTBA Tt.- A(iE wiU be
Saturday, lth day of June. W-
Tom Publialier i mends aaakiag H ta
trmiwl reconl of ihe limes. It will
ert-rv luic. Political, HUoriral. Lit
S iriiiihe. wbidi U of rurreot iaterest, 1
lb- b-t illuatnUioos that can be
inal or foreign. , lt,
The SOUTH ERM ILLUSTRATED AWJ
will be printed oo aww type, aad heavy
PaP"-. .. . . mka hmmit
On it hat 01 cooirtoaioi -7
names of nun of the heal wrUexin
a a as a t m artri
Serial and nofT nonea, pom
and well conducted editorial dpsrtawsi,
tnz the lale-t per-oaal, liiermrr. te
ical, rt-liiou aad eosaasticsal tmiiwj
.. - - - W. aakav amaaSS. fSJ
maivrr uoNiaaH j 1
Si)UTIIbK lLLLMItAi&w .
April 16 1876. ly.
ides ef .ttsm powsr and eitfttlc forces. fmb. 1, urfc-tt
and is a desirable medium
Western North Carolina. Liberal
allowed on yearly advertisement.
scription 92.0V, in ad vanes.
HILIBORO, N. i .
Fsll session of M76
Monday in July.
Catalogues sent oe application
Jmlf Me. N
on the fourth
nal for the
atH-iallv deroted to all
A i tin aal if ar.,1 ancial life.
No family abo- Id be without iu
Subacription price only $3 par aa
& T. FULOHUkf,
FRESH TURJTIP SBK8
Jaat EawaiTod a rreah trTf
mrim Whtta Flat
Talkew Aaeraeea and the Tailew