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Iloine from bis journey, Farmer John
Arrived this morning, Mfeand sonnd.
Hi black coat off, and hi old clothe on,
"Now I'm ravselft" ya Farmer John;
And he tl.ink-, I'll look around."
Up leaps the dog i "Get down, you pnp !
a ,.. ni n fflnrf von would eat me ud ?"
The horvea prick up their earn to meet him ;
"Well, well, old Bay !
St, hn, old (Jray I
Do yon get good food when I am away I"
'You haven't a rib 1" says Farmer John ;
" The cattle ate looking round aleek ;
The colt i going to he a roan,
And a beauty too bow he ha grown !
We'll wean the calf next week."
Says Farmer John, "When I've been off,
To call you ag:tin about the trough,
And watch yno and pet you while you drink
la a better comfort than yoii can think"
And pat old Bay,
And he lapa old Gray.
"Ah, this is the comfort of going away p
wFor after all," says Farmer John,
"The beat of a journey i getting home,
I've seen great sight, but would I give,
Thi ppot, and the peaceful life I live,
For all their Pari and Rome?
These hill for the city' stilled air
And big hotel nil bustle and glare;
Land all boue, and roadA all atone,
That deafen your ear and batter your bones,
Wtnld von, old Bay?
Won Id you, old Gray?
That' what one "gets by going away."
"There money i king," says Farmer John :
"And fashion i queen ; and jt' mighty queer
To ee how sometimes, while the man
I raking and scraping all he can,
The wife upend every year
Enough, you would think, for a score of wive,
Io keep them in luxury all their lives!
The town i a perfect Babylon
To a quiet chap," aaVs Farmer John.
"You sejr, old Bay,
You pee', old Gray,
I'm wiser than when I went away."
'I've found out thi," pay Farmer John, '
"That happiness in not bought and sold
Ami clutched in a life of waste and hurry,
In night of pleasure and days of worry.
Ami-wealth isn't all in gold,
Mortgage and stocks and ten per cent.,
But in simple way and sweet content,
Few wants, pure hopes and noble end,
Home land to till, and a few good friends,
Like you, old Bay.
Like you, old Gray !
That's what I've learned by going away."
And a happy man is Farmer John,
- O, a rich and happy man is he !
He see the. peas and pumpkins growing,
The corn in tassel, the buckwheat blowing,
And fruit on vine and tree.
The targe, kind oxen look (heir thanks
As he ruhs their forehead and stroke their
The doves light round him, and strut and coo,
Bays Farmer John, "I'll take you, too,
And you, old Bay,
And you, old Gray,
Next time I travel so far away."
The great Astronomer of Pant
T.pvpn irr who liie.tvered the nlanet Neo
tunc, whicn could eat op this little earth
of ours and not sufferer from indigent iou
in consequence, has made a prediction
which is noteworthy. It is that the win
tcr of 1875-'76 will be uncommonly se
vere. Enormous quantities of snow are
to fall in December and January.
Good Chance Granite, marble,
brown stone and a great variety of beau
tiful building material exists in unlimited
Quantities alone: the Carolina Central
Railway, offering an excellent opportani
ty for enterprisiug men to go to work.
Coal Deposits. The existence of
large deposites of coal is known along the
line of the Carolina Central Hallway.
The quality of the coal is somewhat like
that found in the JigypT mine, and prob
ably an extension of the Chatham county
deposits. Lnorts are being made to
ascertatn the extent and value ot the veins
which cron out near Boeeriu's Cut and
west of Wadesboro. If expectations are
realized, it must add another resource for
trade and prosperity to the city of - Wil
A Pair op Misers. Guy, the founder
of the noble hospital in London which
bears his name, was a bookseller. He
was so complete a pattern ot parsimony
that the famous miser, Vulture Hopkins,
once called upon him to crave a lesson on
the art of saving. Being introduced into
the parlor, Guy, as it was in the evenings
and dark, lighted a candle. Hopkins
said: "Sir, 1 always thought myself
perfect in the art of getting and husband
ing money. J5ut as 1 am informed you
far exceed me, I have taken the liberty of
waiting upon you, to be satisfied upon
thai subject." "Ob. sir" said Guv. "if
that be all your business, we can as well
talk it over in the dark. Having thus
said, he pot out the candle. This was
enough for Vulture.
A CHRISTMAS LEGEND.
I was Christinas eve. The night
was very dark and the snow falling
fast, as Hermann, the charcoal burner,
drew his cloak tighter around him,
and the wind whistled fiercely through
the trees of the black forest He had
been to carry a load to a castle near,
and was now hastening: home, to his
little hut. Although he worked very
hard, he was poor, gaining barely
enough for the wants of his wife and
four little children. He was think
ing of them, when he heard a faint
wailing. Guided by the sound, he
groped about and found a little child,
scantily clothed, shivering and sobbing
by itself in the snow.
"Why, little one, have they left
vou here all alone to lace the cruel
The child answered nothing, but
looked piteously up in the charcoal
"Well, I cannot leave thee here.
ii a ii .a i ii r
Ihou would st be dead bctore morn-
fm m SB SO . -a
do saying. Hermann raised it in
his arms, wrapping it in his cloak and
warming: its little cold hands in his
bosom. When he arrived at his hut.
he put down the child and tapped at
the door, which was immediately (r?,
Carolina Central Railway
Office Gnmi 8uFBnrrawirr. ?
Wilmington. N. C. April M, 1875. $
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday, April 16tb, 1875. the
trains will run over this Railway as follows i
LeaT Wilmington at ..7.15 A M
Arrive at Charlotte at .7.1& P. M.
Loave Charlotte at 7.00 A. M
Arrive in Wilmington at 7.00 P. at
Leaye Wilmington at ....COO P M
Arrive at Charlotte at j8.00 P M
Leave Charlotte at CO' A M
Arrive in Wilmington at .6.00 a M
1 Jt f--'
8 AVE MONEY, SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME, BY USING THE FAR
It will nan lighter, It will tan year Umi better. It will aaake too
you leas to keaw it la order, taaa any other Plow yoe hare ever aeesl
Wo will furnish yoo Point one year for ooe plow io ordinary lead ft
yoo pay yoar blacksmith to do the mmm on your old-fashioned Ptaw ?
We nave jest sonde a great rodactioa la Pries T
All we oak of yoo ia. Try it, and then if you don't like it brinS it
be refunded to yoo.
WARRANT EVERY PLOW
OAlil V n 1 ,Mwl i n V-
OttlU 1IG 1COU1UK UIC
held timidly to his
thrown open, and the children rushed'
to meet him.
"Here, wife, is a guest to our Christ
mas eve supper,
little one, who
finger with its tiny hand.
"And welcome he is," said the wife.
"Now come and let him warm him
self by the fire."
The children all pressed around to
welcome and gaze at the newcomer.
They showed him their pretty fir
tree, decorated with bright, colored
lamps in honor of Christmas eve,
which the good mother had endeavor-
He took his leave ed to make &feie for the children.
Then they sat down to supper, each
child contributing its portion for the
1 If . 1 1 , . 1
noted snortsman guesc "oKing witn aamiranon at nis
shone so as to shed a brighter light in
sidfers a very important suggestion he lrttle roon? a,a they g?Z( lt grew
rout fishermen. He says that the into a sort of halo round his head,
It was pride that change angels into
devils ; it is humility that makes men
as angels. Xugustine.
and fish culturist, in the last number blue and golden hair which
of Forest and Stream makes what he
tft frnnr tiahormnn Mo cn va
ur.r ;n fl fiDu;n nnA ana his eyes beamed with a heavv
one which he himself always uses, is laster: two white wings ap-
made from a strong needle, annealed, P?ared at hls shoulders and he seem-
beut and tempered, and consequently ? ? gro lar?e.r aad Jarger, and then
without a barb. He asserts that only ?he beautiful vision vanished, spread-
in this way can a really sharp hook be "& u"fc ,,,a "BUW
obtained, that the tension of the rod
ia flmnlv Riiftimarif to Iroon snnVi a K nnL-
in its place, and that a very gentle T?!01
stroke will fix the keen point in the th ho J Christ-child ! and then
s as in ucueuicnon
Hermann and his wife fell on their
mouth of the fish.
embraced their wondering children
with joy and thankfulness that they
had entertained the Heavenly Guest.
Consciousness of unbelief is a sign The next morning, as Hermann
of actual faith. Infidels are never passed by the place where he had
troubled with unbelief. Dead men found the fair child, he saw a cluster
never feel cold. Frozen feet never of white flowers, with dark green
ache. And a soul eriven ud to leaves, lookirg as though the snow
ungodliness, bound hand and foot in itself had blossomed. Hermann pluck
sin, has no trouble with unbelief. It ed some and carried them reverently
is onlv when faith shoots its first il- home to his wife and children, who
says that his experience convinces him laminated ray into the darkened heart treasured the fair blossoms and tend
that women as a rule would rather tlmr. tho kinafnl nwnrp nf nnheliof ia ed them carefullv in the romemhrano
smuggle their gloves and other knick- ma(ie manifest. It is only when the of that wonderful Christmas eve, call
knacks than receive the same as a troubled soul can say, "I do believe," ing them Chrysanthemums ; and every
present free of cost. that it starts back at the abyss of year, as the time came round, they
A person who would throw away a which that first gleam of faith put aside a portion of their feast and
barrelof soft soap, or box full of discloses and exclaims : "Help thou gave it to some poor little child ac
hard soap would be called wasteful. m7 uubehef 1 oordln? to thwords of Christ : Jn-
wuiuvii aa jc nave uuug it uuuuuc
of the least of these, my brethren, ye
ee Simple, Sheriffs and Oommis-
(Land and Chaltle),
JfaU and ffrite-. Jfrad,
all done on short notice and at
VERY LOW RATES
ftCourt Blanks, Deeds and Mort
gages, ready printed and for sale at
Leave Charlotte at............... 8.00 A M
Arrive at Buffalo at 1 M
Leave Buffalo at Vi 3Q P M
ArriTo in Charlotte at 4.30 P M
5o Trains on Sooday accept one freiaht train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 r. lortood of I
oa Saturday night.
Connect at Wilmlncton with Wilmington A
Weldon, and Wilmington, Colnmbia A Anxoata
Kail roads. Semi-week ly New York and Tri
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
6taruers, and the Kiver Boats to rayattoyille. j
connects at (. barlotte with its Wei tern Di-
vision. North Carolina Railroad. Charlotte A
, BUtesvile Railroad, Charlotte A Atlanta Air I
Line, and Charlotte. Columbia A Annate Rail
Thus supplying the whole West. Northwest
and South weit with a short and cheap line to
the Seaboard and Europe.
8. L. FREMONT,
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
May 6. 1875. tf.
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Co1
Piedmont Air Iain Railway
The noblest spirits arc those which
turn to heaven, not in the hour of
sorrow, but in that of joy ; like the
lark, they wait for the clouds to dis
perse,, that they may soar up into
their native element. Richtcr.
A London Custom-House officer
Richmond &. Dan vile, Richmond ft
Danville R. w., N. C. Diviton, and
norm western n. u. w.
In Ifect on and afttr Sunday, Dec. 10th.
After a barrel of soap has been
diluted, and has passed through the
washtub, the elements of fertility in
the mass will be even more valua
ble to the growing trees and plants
than if applied in any other manner.
Ah Indiana paper, alluding, to the! have done it unto me."
death ot the man who designed the
great seal of that State, remarks that
"any man who would try to make
Deonle believe a full-crrown buffalo
And is there then such reverence bull would' deliberately rush up to a
shown towards thee, my God, in heav- granger who was chopping down a
en ? Such boldness on earth ? The tree at sunrise ought to die." But
anerels crlorifv : men scrutinize : the State seal of Tnd is
nnrrpla mien t linl r -(iur !n nrnico man I m on n a fVia mnaf rnmn 1 - o ki k a. 1 adversity. Ho is a native of Wake
in disputation; they conceal their vices employed for that purpose. fT"" -f M "'"a the Governor1 of xPa"
fan :u iw:- . u.. :,u n Jc' .iL: V VT kota ierntory, and a more popular Lxe-
"4V" i4"S3 ' .7, Vr . .. . uuerf BUluwi,u8 more cutive does not hold office under the stars
presumptuous guze wouia looK into ismng m a picture ot an aosura sum- and Btripeg. It give8 ae Ieagnre to eak
iiiuiu uuNioivuunj iriury. nrvsos- mer-nouse sunnortea ov tnree Dinars. tka nf h man i.rtao aK.-,i p
tom- and guarded by a CJontennial soldier college was tho printing office Raleigh
One of my shade trees had died. wllP. weaK aiia ientneiy ac-1 Era.
and an old
years was look
Jonx L. Pehnington. Our people
know John L. Pennington the printer,
the editor of the Raleigh Progress during
the war many understand the up-bill
disadvantages be labored under wbile yet
the State seal of Indiana is not by any a hoy, and later how he struggled agains
Address, J. J. BRUNER,
SALISBURY, N. C.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLEGE,
STATE VI LLE, X. C.
The next session will open Bent. 1, 187S.
Terms for hoard, Ac .have been made as lo
possible to suit the times. References: Rev.
Uhas. Phillips, u. D., Prof. W. J. Martin, Rev.
w. A- Wood. Kev. D. E.Jordan. Bx-Gov. Z. B.
Vance, Hon. w. HrBattlf, and all friend of
the late Prof. Mitchell, of Chapel Hill, N C.
Aug. la, 1874. braos.
STATIONS. Marx.. Eiram
Leave Charlotte .... 9.16 r a 6.45 a a
" Air-Line J'act'n 9.33 6.30
" Salisbury 11.68 M H.34
" Greensboro a 16 a M 10,66
" DanTllle 6 08 " 1.19 r a
"Dander 6.18 " 1 90
" BarkeTilU 11.36 6.07
Arrive at Richmond. 9.99 r a S 48 "
STATION. Mail. - Ezra km.
Leave P.icfamnd MSri 6.08 a. a.
" Barkevi le 4.69 " S 36 "
" Dundee 10.33 " 1.14 r a
" Danville 10.39 1.17
" Giet-nshoro 3.00 a m 3.68
44 Salisbury 6.39 " 6.16 44
44 Air-Liao J'not'n 7.60 44 8.95 44
Arrive t Charlotte... 8.08 a a 8.43 44
UOSU EAST. (KIX() WE8T.
STATIONS. Mail.. Mair.
Leave Greensboro.. 3.00 a a -Arr 1.36 a a
Co Shops "4-30 4 L'vcl3 30 "
44 Raleigb o 8,33 44 44 8 10 44
Arr. at Goldboro'... 11.30 a a J L'ts 600 r a
C ABIIVB'T' ORGAIVS
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
IC&IBNE&9 YATSS7T QUALIFYING TUBES.
An invention having a moat important bearin; on the future of Reed Instruments, bv means of
which the quantitv or volume of tone is vr ry larjtrly increased,
i , . t . i a
anu ine quamy oi ione rrnotmi
Epal to that or the Best Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
Wilcox Pate! " "Octave Coupler," therhara
AngeleC "Viola EiaoraB
Innr rUhrated "Vox Celeste." "Vox Hamana.'
ins- "Cello" or "Clarionet" 8toi, "t.vm Horn, C rt-mona.
AIiIaTIIK latlsi lairuoY imxs
Can be olttained only in these Organ.
Fifty Different StyW. ,
- I Quality and Volume of T
C9 tllO Chin ch
IAL ANU WORKMANSHIP,
J'EICES, 850 TO 8.
( 8a i.em Bkanch.)
gentleman past eighty pits a Bgure of Gen. Wash-
king at it one day, when K0? m r?.01, .f Elding up an
iu uucgiea lor sale, all grades a CLASSES.
I have, on hand, ten Buggies which I will aell
at the lowest cash prices, and as low, or lower
than any other establishment in North Caro
lina, according to grade. All kinds of repairing
done, at short notice.
Those wishing any thing in my line, would
do well to call and see me, before purchasing
elsewhere as I am determined not to be outdone
either in prices or quality of work in the state,
Call on me at r ranklin Academy.
he asked: what kind of a tree is this?" intoxicated friend in order to keep
'A maple,"! replied. "Adead maple" him from falling against a bookcase
he Roliloquizcd ."its seldom we see LUC UttU'6rvuuu Airer mis, v,aii
such a tree. I
A YANKEE FIEND.
TTfU SSStlMlir BtnaoVa Ua rVinno tn.J.n
know a man who fornia,s device of Minerva sittingon a over a savory morsel. Wm. King Thomp-
stone, wnne a cinnamon bear nibbles son, the Brooklyn Yankee author of the
her left leg, seems artistic and nice. late horrible explosion at Bremer Haven,
died yesterday by bis own bands, follow
ing the eighty pale ghosts of his victims
A HEALTHY FREE LUNCHER. inU eternity. All the crime-stained an-
. jnalsaf this fiends' millennium furnish
line on nis travels a tramp no- notbin that surpasses his atrocity.
U . .1 1 1 ii
wouiu give a tnousaua aonars to see
it." "A thousand dollars to see a
dead maple tree ?" I asked wonder
ingly. "Yes," he added sadly, "the
poor fellow is blind."
Warmth. lirht and nroner vontila-
' P K I . 1 , .... I I-' . 1 -
tion arc very important objects requir- t,cea a placard in tront of a bar-room. I Think of the monstrous diabolism. To
ing the attention of the careful stock " tne pleasing legend : "Free Kin h?w thousaud paltry franca of over
raises, for stock will fatten much Lunch," and he went in, walked un- insurance on the steamship Mosel, be
quicker when the stable is kept warm, ostentatiously up to a plate, and com- delberately prepared a can of dynamite,
and the carbonic acid gas, which the menced operations with a sandwich ; Ich imP1y death and perdition con
animals breathe and the ammonia then the bar-keeper walked up to the de"; and airanged clock-work to ex-
from the manure have free egress, and cadavarous wretch and said : Vl'S S 2 t7-' 6 xTZ.
m --- re ,.i v614) NUa. u . i - . that hundreds of human beings would be
a current of fresh air can rush in and Men who eat here are expected to board o( the pogor wrelcljei
-u1T.v r tT Ifaat rescued from the wreck of the
A Danbury deacon nearlv cantured at7ZJ , tn,e Deutaehlaud. He knew thatrthe devils'
five bovs who had been dvto.!n L. " B"",cn wny aon t you con- own device which he had planued would
l c.. r 6 icrm to the rule r scatter the last fragment of the nohlft ahi
-sr I ....
t- ause i go in tor health, and aud all her precious freight of life
Ii .aaav . ' II a . -
! e . u :i -l . , b uniiK un
m. u i luruis, lie iiuuiy HilOUtea
"The sneaking little rascals! If I
had hold of 'em one minute I'd" and
then suddenly espying his pastor on
the scene, he impressively added
a ii Ajimy iui ciu ;
The sale of si
I'-1 I ! 'l-kfrnfr
the largest ever held in Canada. The wiches ?" bellowed the bar-keeper an- Some jolt or jar on the landing caused a
uiht uiffiitm jirict juiu t:re ,-6 "J - premature explosion, ana tliougu eio-bty
rvj-a n v jo a o I t . a . Is . W 7"
owror oeventeentn jJuKe ot Airanc, x ea r,
bought by A. McKlintock of Millers- "I've been
I L XT I 4k a rrr W-w i I P a
onrgn, rveniucKy ; JH,JUU tor ILirk- iorxy years, and it's just
1 ? L a T w-i 1 . 4 . i a . I x JSs a W
jeignton xucness rigiiteentn, bought siun a gom
by H. Joahrane Campton, and $3,- And he hobbled out; but if he had
500 for Oneida Rose, bought by B. caught the foot that flew after him he
B. Groom of Kentucky. The total wouldn't have been aajsfcj with 'the
uum realised was $79,000. "booty" of hit visit
don t drink till I am throuo-h pat- I and hope, ta the devouring winds
ing." and waves; that no survivor would be left
The bar-keeper turned his back for re of borro"f and destruction
a mnnmnf nnA i. i; i .1 But. with a cool, ciantio R WWti nf re.
1 : -l , 1 1 s . tnorseiesR ereea and cruckv that miit
sasuuwicneB into nis c oat rwvirt imi . . . . . J '
I . . 1 . .
calmlv Hpvonr fnn . U iu u 8urra au panaemoniom with admi-
. . . "c wsisaw- rino- amazemftnt hn mmn pi. Kia
Mnnt fK ho. .l "UB ' " wmpwieo nw engin-
Khecp, at the Crystal "Gimme a elass o water, will v sm. lUJL' i.;.. t
cn lha llni inof ma I "VVh.t 9" i iV f I 1 . . . .
r hi. Jiijanrnn
W of Salisbury, N. C.
To 1st Jan. 76.
4 miles N.
0. L. KEEVE8.
E. n lUARSH'S
Corner of Fulton & Council, Street?.
Salisbury. N. C.
Having ail my new Machinery in opera-
atioo, 1 am now prepared in connection with
the Iron & Brats works to do all kinds of
wood work, such as Lumber Dressing,
Tongue Sc G roving, making Sash, Blinds
Ac Doors, making moulding from i inch to 6
inches wide, also Turning 6c Pattern mak
ing. Sawing Braoketts. 6te. Having the
best Machinery and first elass workmen,
satisfaction is guaranteed.
July 29, 1875. ly.
Leave Greensboro 4. SO
Arrive at Salem 6 IS
Leave Salem 8.40
Arrive at Greensboro 10.
Faaaencer traiaa Vsaviag Kaleich at 8.10ra
conoecta atUreeaaboro' with the Northern bound
train: making the quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price of Tickets same as via other routes.
Trains to and from points East of Greensboro
connect at Greensboro with Mall Trains to or
from points North or South.
Two Trains daily, both ways
Lynchburg Accommodation leave Richmond
daily at 900 A a. arrive at Bnrkeville 1SS6
r a, leave Bnrkeville 1 90 r a , arrive at Rich
mond 4 94 r a
No Chancre of Cars Between Charlotte
a va f i amamava -aar i
ana menmona, zox mixes.
Papers that have arrangements to advertise the
schedule of this company will p lease print as
above and forward copies to Oen'l. Passenger
For farther information address
JOHN R. MACaTURDO,
Gen1. Passenger Agest.
Engiaeer k Gea'l Sppsrtateoaeai
11 9a Ts 100.
FACTORY AND W-eREROOMS, CORNER 6 AND (YN(RERS Ssa,
ZXf ISM.) AOBITTI Wanted in Every County
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO-
M7 S0 187S. 1j.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
O Y D E N
o u a i
Mb Dr. Reevix, Paorai
CRAIGE & CRAIGE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Solicitors in panhrnplnj.
Special attention paid to proceed
ings in Bakrnptcy.
Sept. 5, 1873.
rater," replied the tramp. DJlDdere and triends ot tbe embarking
drinkin' o it fnr nik paaseogers were killed, tbe ship and her
iTT . I , j, - - - ,
the healthiest I WB m Wr,.wwe wvea. -
Thompson was suspected, arrested, con
fessed the whole astounding plot, and
suicided another representative of Amer
ican character abroad fit countryman
of Sihenck, Cramer, Bancroft Pavu and
at E to at 9 flp" Day at homo. Terms raw.
UAdoea.G. Stoto Co-
Yaliable Ton Lets For Sale
The onderaia-ned offers for Sale the
desirable unimproved boildinsr lots ia the
Gall and examine plots.
CM. t8 1999 af
The 1 ronriHraaa returns her w
T L. tittA nn an Amnikni and !Uavar to the traveljas: txiblic tr lhr libcewl
Wagoo which are always ready to convey per- while eoonected with the Ka
- a m. f.. mi ik. A . rwl In .hi1 frrun narliM A J. 1 1 Cf'I V-L.
IA'. S, laws nrHmil Vfanainn Hnnu ' Ot havine WOtn Cnotlfh at the
or at ray Livery A Sale Stable, Fisher street
near Railroad bridge.
Aug. 19. tf.
to accommodate h-r gwata properly, she
' ted the BOYDKN 1 lul 1 . and she (eels I
M. A. BRINGLE
Chesapeake and Ohio B S
The GREAT J AC E
Just Published, in a sealed envelope. Price
Lecture on the Watare, Treat
ment, aad Radical cure or Seminal weak-
uess, or opermatorrnaBa, induced by Self-Abu-e,
Involuntary Emissions, Itnpotency, Nervoas
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gener
ally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fit; Mental
and Physical Incapacity, Ac liy uoiiEKT
J. CULVERWELL. M. D., author of the
Green Book.' Ac.
Tbe world-renowned author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own expe
rience that the lawful consequences of Belt
Abuse may be effectually removed without
medicine, andwitho t dangerous sergieal .per
ations. boogies, instruments, rings, or cordials:
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what bis condition may be, cure himself cheap
ly privately and radically.
Tmt Lecture wul prove a boon to thou
sands aad thousands
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to aay
address, on receipt of six cents or two post
Address the Publishers.
find that she ran now accommodate
comfortably, and in the very best style, ia this
newlr furnihed house, with all Use i
r.a....r. oina up ths W. X. C. Bail
from the K, lake Break hart at the BOTDEJf
First class Bar and Billiard
loon connected with the HOUfeK.
July 15 (to 31 Dvc)
CH AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.
127 Bowey, Saw Yok; Poet Office Box,
Blacbuer and Heiierson,
and Solicitors .
SALISBURY, V. ty
Jaewaar M IffeWl
THE GREAT CEXTRAL ROUTE BE
TWBEX NOKTH CAROL1XA AND THE
TRAIXS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Leave Richmond 9.30 am l10 y n'
"Charlottesville, .K a m 1 p
Arrive White Sulphcr, 'J.'t " H.37
Huntington, A.30 a m .'4
44 Cincinuatti, COO am
on nee ting closely with all of the Great
Trunk Line tor the West. North- Wst and
Souih-VfonL This ia the shortest, Quickest and
cheapest Route, with leas changes of cars than
aay other, and passes through the finest scenery
in the world.
Pasaenecrs taking the Express tiain on the
N. (J. R. R. have no delay, but connect closely,
to any point in the West.
First clasa and Emmie-rant Tickets at the
Lowest Rates and Baggage checked. Emi
grant go on Express Trains. Tf ME, Dutasce,
snd Money saved by taking the tsesopeas
and Okie Route.
Frcujht Rate to and from the West, slsriys as
low as the lowest.
Merchants and others will find it to their in
terest to eet our Kates before klunftna? or or-
For Information and Rate spply to
J. C. DAME. So. Asreot.
or O. M. McKKNNlE.
Greensboro X. C.
C. R. HOWARD,
General Ticket Arot.
W. M. 8, DUNN,
- Kichoaood Va.
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