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XE V G EAPES VOBDEX : MARTHA.
M nVJsSivII thm fiav'ifaDr itecSase! tbeV I
arenas 'yet practically unknown to a great
'.maiority of the peoole of the United States,
although it is fifteen years or more since
they were originated, as seedlings of the
onwrit X wish invite attention to
them for the reason that they hare proved
Stealthy,' hardy trad abundant bearers over
I Vjwpajportfon of the country, while a
Urge majority of the new grapes have
Treved absolutely worthless almost every-
"wliftW: Nriirlv everv one wishes to dut-
chase some early, reliable grape vines
every year, but among the multitude of-
.?fiV? nr-0 31 a i08S
vwUi&-ra gowl aud wlndi are good-for-
i nethhig? ; y ; . ' . '
' V.f vv men iot ejgui
ears, and it has- uniformly been healthy
W 'toWliWk, laVgeJwtiehes
of large grapes, and ripen two; weeks ear
lier than the Concordj is of a letter qual
ity, though' not fully up to the standard
it as perfection by the advanced pomo-
gist; but it is so good that is highly prized
by the million, aud has the prospect of
superceding its valuable mother, the Con
cord. A few days since I received a let
ter from Mr. Wovden, the originator, and
he informs tnc that it has uniformly
fruited for fpurteenyars in Oswego coun
ty. Hence We may' infer that ft would be
ar4y almost anywhere 1n the United
TW! faHTia U a white grape. Good
wlute .grapes are not plenty t The Re
becca is good grape, by t the leaves sun
burn to Buch an extent that the fruit el
dom ripens. On the other hand, the
Martha is in as full foliage the entire
.season as it good old mother, -the Coit
ord;..ii.A it.: - -
', I havre fruited it for six years, and it is
uniformly-an abundant bearer, in fact it is
hotter usually to remove one-half of the
cluster when small, giving a better char
acter and sue to the remainder. . The fan
enough,' but the multitude eat all they
'can, procure of them, and the man who
iwmoteatwith u relish a icelt-groicn and
weUrtptncd Martha, had better consider
himself sick, and send to his family physi-
films for some appetixing bitters.
Lyons, X. .
, i HOW TO GET
RID OF HOUSEHOLD PESTS.
were to be brought in, mercury would
speedily exterminate tliem ; but I think
cleanliness the best and perhaps the only
preventive? The common house fly I do
not molest, Thieving that it mortPthan
compensated for tts trouble by cleaning the
atmosphere of-effluvia and the animalcules
which always arise from the putrefaction
of decaying substances during warm
. ' T
numerous here during tlie summer. In-
00 aiso wmi tne wrds, which, are qiute
stsa'd of sliootihgthem or setting up scare-
ro to frighten them awav, I throw out
evcry possible inducement for them to
build their nests in my fruit trees. The
birds eapture' a large share of the inseets
ijfthe larva;state,ratid T3iu"temfllers
art prevented from tTmpbsitlrig eggs for
fiiture worms As (n the loss of friiit'by tlie
.jirds, the latter are always nre to Ueoa
koj;'i)i frce in the se,asoA of ripefndt
a correspondent of tlve ScMntiJic-Ameri- with water aud let them, stiindi our,
fwsayi:4 1 putting the stoppers or coferajnajbqwl
ajejeenAlifHlbug or a flea in to skkn"ihe'8;tme, way. 4 ThehftrM
Jayaotis fof ntanv years. If an aniiv of Rnil km Id nindv. wiim drv. set in sun 01
wiiethertheycome eavlj-td take the" worms future use. For a. dose, a teaspoonfuije
or)otf; , " " ' fore each'meal is sufficient foran.adatl
For the residue of insect which infest Herald and Presbyter 'l.,s fi4rr.'ix
ZF$ffitZ, rd - H Mnsty coffee-pet. and uj$&?&
boratoi-y-of the chemist furnishes mntnr? , , . '.f:.. -v.
liell and Cayenne pepper are of the
most utility. The bug or worm vhieh
cjuinetHd x,getatimi unflavod
tllPSA jlrtlPlitta Will oaiAr U. 1
these articles will seek its b-eakfast tbe
where and lesave a garden unmolested.
rA few-drops of tfcrboHc acid in a pint of
vt&tbr will clean house plants from lice in
a very 8hWt timet-osqnitoesT)r other
hlooduckerff tfeat our Weeping Toonat
night, we uncoil a bdttle of pennyroyal,
aud theTte insect leave in great haste, nor
will they retnrn so long as the, air in the
room ij loaded frith i thW fdmi of; thai
aromatic herb. If rats enter the cellar, a
littte powdered potash thrown into their
holes, or mixed with meal and scattered
- . rti. - , .
w,7 "Ve wieiotliad take soxlwi If cooks vybuldTclSn
-.. v t ;. x i J
CAyenne pepper will keep the buttery
and BtoreroVmi from ants and cockroaches.
Jf a;uouse makes allien tmnee into, any
partfif ydutTveHiug aturatQ a rag with
Cayenne iu ution and -stuff rtinto'a
h'olo"'f,UMI?-. 00 repaired with either
woodDf njortar. Torat or mouse will cat
1,at3 lfoW? iArpseitt opeulng com
niuuuJtioirVih the. depot of supplies. H
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PROPEfeTT OF TOMATO LEAVES.
paraUdV'and1 the. trees grew iwelll andH
? "V ."v.vkij 1 MT
stronjjly .They.lad but jist commenced
to bfioTwhen theywere Jnyaded by-the
curculio "ofvidchMnscti were fol
lowed M'fretiiiently happen,-by atrts
Having cut stuue tonatpfeS, the idea oc
curred to me hat VilfffHV? i 1 h
IcaxMuoiiSdltlie. U nlo4fRl lraiielre-eV
tb taeh-treeii, I 'night preser them
from' therayof tm sunl Which. were8 very
powerful, llyanrprlse was greatr .upou
the following Uy,t find the trep seutirefy j
free frooTtheir Vneuuea.'not bueieinain.
lnr. MMtit here aud there where a curled
itflueu;l V 4h'eUve r0y.
llim fresh OO?
frnt fh tiHiiRto vine, with the result Vi
bauUliiug the Jast insecty and enabling
the- tree to grow with luxuriance. yisn:
ins to carry still further my experimenti
I steeped iu water some fresh Ieaycf .of
the tomato, ana gpnnKim wiiu iu
fusion on other plants, roses and oranges
tn two days these were also free from the
innumerable 4risects which covered them
and I felt sure that had I used the same
means with my melon patch I should have
met with the Raine result. I therefore deem
it ' duty .1, own to the Society of Uorticul-
tufc to make known this singular, and
useful property pfthetoiuato
which I dlscqVere by Uie ; merest acci-
A CURE FOR DIPHTHERIA.
Dr chenerr oBosfem, Is iASt
entttfgh tubiilHM specific for the cure
of diphtheria. It is hyposulphije of soda.
He my it ig R guXe remedy j AiitMlW"
. hi practice, anAhas cured more than
one hundretl and fifty cases.. We arftold
. , f hvt-ajnhite is froiu .five to
ifteen grftin80r mQre injsyrupoysry two
or three hours, according to the age and
circumstances of the patient. Purging is
the one evil which jin overdose can pro-J
duce, hence as much as the patient can
bear without producing that result fsa
a good rule in the severer cases. The
solution or mixture can be used in doses
ofnve drops to half drachm in milk.
For thorongh stimulatiim the amount is
greater than can be taken in water. Jr.
Clienery usually gives the specifld in such
doses as can be readily taken in milk,
using milk besides as food for small child
ren. It is said, however, that hyposul
phite prevents the digestion of milk, and
tlieTefore it should not be. 'given in less
than one hour .after administrating the
T? rewwre inl from paper, put one pound
of chloride of lime to 'fotir qitaKs of sal j
water. Shake well together and let it
stand twenty-four hours ; theij strain
through a clean cotton cloth. Add- one
teasooonful of acetic acid to an ounce ef
this spared limewater, and upply to the
blot and the ink wil1 diPPr- At8rb
the moisture with blotting paper. The
remainder may oe oouieti, cioseiy corneu,
iae Ior I,unre nse"
Preserve jars or bottles should be care
-rfnllv wnshod s soon as emntied. takintr
-aw. tiaf tha atTWtra ant nvrft have
their stiare ot atteetian.. J oBHiKe assur
ance doubly 6ure, it is well to put soda or
ammonia into, the jars pr bottles fill up
wind .Umtr, jand thefi set awjay.fircfiiUj'
Stains on marble can usually be remov
ed by a mixture of one ounce ipjr8oda
pieee of stone time the size of a'. waluut,
quarter of pound of whiting and the same
amount of soft soap. Boil thesetpgether
ten or fifteen minutes, and thn'ytit tlie
mixture on the marble while hot. lieave
this on twenty-four hours, thenvwash ott'
with clean warm water and polisjifirst
with soft flannel and then with chamois
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Remedy forAttlima. The following reci-
pe has been used by. some gat ourajib-
scribers with wonderful resultsaiuttwe
pnblish itwith th hope thaitnutpjpve
equally efficacious to otheres-TapTimc
quart oX water, Jieat it until it' wmmers;
then add six ounces of sugar. . When lhe
sugar is melted: add two ounces of iodide
potassa. - Wheii dissolvwl, jxi Hprfor
cieaneu 8?t eeteneti Dy puiung a. guixi
nlling Upith Fater&&e
i - ' - S.y'-
cool ,-wheor the inside should befauhfully
washed ahd scrubbed in hot'soapT suds,
using a small brush that every pjt niy
be reached, thee" scald tw o or three times,
and wipe. till well dried. It must bea
desperate'case if the vessels are not found
perfectly sweet aud clean if this advice
L strictly followed. Pots and pans or
plates that have beeu used for baking and
grown raucidy mny be cleaused ia ihk sHnie
way. Put tin) plates - into I"pan;with
wootl ashes and cold Water, and proceed
I Bwuusu. 11 no woo
If no wood ashes eante
their pie-plates and bakiug dishes ' iyr
this fashion after using, they jnroul -'keep
sweet all the time.
Keeping Egg. If living iu tieeoii-,
ox situated so that you can 5p",heis,
select the time when eggs are meat Tile n-
tiful oxftt th(iUua.priceyei $m-e
poun d of stonehniuTiotwo gallon sjofouie
water. When cold add a pint of salt, aud
sur tue wno togetbor, tlMrpgkly. If
too strong of lime it will destroY tlie eirc
ahll And ruin tli u-hnlu i j
stonepot, keg or half-barrel, according to
j the quantity you can oUetlte-Tnit down.
WhSSVtor the vessel, r snll end,
down j Pack refii elosa iogether;
taking care not to cfack the shelir One
broken oriackpd egsvin rui the whole.
This doae,jir er hem. haljme
yiiter without disiding? tU. sediment.
Pour in caref iTJy so, aj Ahi tp . wash the
eggs out of ThTce. -iW sttre tliat-they are
more thajuiyvere4, jin4 Josty aieU
ting i wWItlmiiitHicU iutwSliinfaitfvj
may upt be thoroughly subinergetl, 4t i!
well to wait a few miuutea till no bubbleawib destroyed.-Protcro,
rise to, the surface,, and hen pour on more
lime-Water if necessatyV Then close the
arleselyijapiVdo npt disturb theniftfll
needed. - ' 7.
T(krtpari Sptash for Pies etc--Sour a
squasli ii half, lean out tne seedsfctc.,
then place open end down in a pan con
taining an inch of boiling water, placing
small slips of wood or thick wire under
neath: them, so that the edge will not burn
oi)i, the pan. .Let i steam until thorough-K-tcnder
'ik flesh of the squash is lheu
easjiy. fccxapuu out wnn a spoon, auuim
through a Colander; if thought desirable?
though it is not necessary, there being no
hard lumps in it.- By this plan none ot
the aroma of, the squash is lost, while it
greaily reduces the labor of preparation
another plan is to take the two halves at-
ter cleaning from seeds, etc, join tiiewi
together, and bind firmly with twine,; and,
placj iu tlie oven to bake until tender,
There is little, if any difference in thfc re
sult, but I give the preference to the first;
wetliod as much the easiest. , - --j
Enttermilk Dread. Put tliiee, or, four,
pint of fresh buttermilk ruto a saucepal
and boil it- Stir it pretty constantly while
it is pleating, to keep it from separating
into j whey and curd. Have a quart' of
flour sifted into a suitable vessel, pour the
boiling buttermilk ou the flour, and scald
it thoroughly. Stir until all the flour is
mixed, and set to cool. When sufficiently
cool! add a teaenpful of good yeast, and
let ijt rise over night ; in the morning sift
and mix into the sponge enough flour to
make a stiff dough, knead well, and set to
vise fur two hours, then divide into loaves
and knead slightly. At this time use as
ittle flour as possible. Set to rise again,
and bake as soon as liffht enough. Hake
iu steady oven for three-quarters of an
hour. This is a, good sponge for dark or
ruimy flour. The bread will lie white aut:
moist. Graham flour, prepared with
scalded' buttermilk, mixed a little stiffer
than where sweet milk or water is used, in
very sweet and good. Do not put soda
into the milk or sponge. It will be per
fectlv sweet when baked if the yeast is
fresh and if the whole process is carefull v
attended to in the right time
Viet for Consumptives. Consumptives
must see that, their bodies are- properly
fedThey should nt)t take food as a med
iceneTJQrsjaourishmt'ut. "They" should
have5 fhecry best things to eat tli'ej can
ge$,-'aud, fortunately, the lx'st tliinjue
not always the most expensive, or difficult
to obtain. If it agrees, a cup of cream
inay;very;apprppriatcly Ik? taken eVpry
dayoVttiipee who are inrliued to con&qmp
tio.'iirowbreftd and milk airrferVam,
oatmeal and cream, eggs, with a moder
ate use of-lieef .-aud mutton, good'bfitter
and mealy "potafoes, will of themselves
constitute a peifect diet. They should
avoid ntck-na'cksnnd fancy foods, andlve
on L. tilings substantial and nourishing.
Fifuita should be used in their season
moderately. Consumption is a constitu
tional disease showing poverty of Uktod
arid Jwverty of healthy tissue, aud litis
poverty, must be eradicated. It c;iu Iw
done artially by such fVxxls as are need
ed to build up a strong healthy body and
curry onfall its functions. Many physi
cians think that the disuse of fat is a cause
of consumption, and they prescribje tM
liver ail, not as medicino, but as a food,
and in many cases it has proved useful.
YVe thinks however, that it is tlesciU'it;irv
aijd unnataral life people lead thuVhas
mpst t6 do in .causing so much consump
tion, and that with this sedentary life
ctnnes a feeble condition of body and brain
favorable to the disease. A wise physical
education, abundant wholesome nourish
niejht, would dissipaU' half the cousurup-
tin in the world, and the other half would
sopn be banished by some other me.Tus.
Consumption is a disease to be avoided,
nt cured. J I era Id of Health.
EASTER SIMXEL CAKE.
In oldeai days, in England, there were
raiiuy yurjoua citstoms, which are now
passing away. One of these was the pre
paration of a ftimnel cake. This cake Is
yet made at Shrosphire, where it is said to
have originated iu the following manner?
yirVffja vrnrpte; living in their hobie-
stead; were visited by their eon Simon 7
an,d drtrtghteiv Nelly, at Easter. On. ar-f
ritipg'at the iiopse, they found that the
old folks had nothing tvherewith to en
teirtainltlieTii, save tlie nnleavened dougli
fiijnV'tjie Lenten fast. X'elly projMsetl to
bake this Into cakfes for the younger child
re; "and Ti-liile prepariug it, she came
across the remains of the Christmas plain
pikdding. This she proposed to cover
oyer with the dough, and bake it hard, so
when the hard crust wjis bitteu through,
tlie rich inteiior would be a surprise. The
cake Wits accordingly made, when Master
Sfmon came along, and said it was. the
p1 roper way to boil it. Nelly said it should
belKikd. Thereupon they quarreled,
and even came to blows. Nelly threw
tlie stool wgejr6nfsh was sitting at $imon.
Siuiou took tbe broom-handle to defend
Injtflsfclf, but his sister soon go it away,
and Wat him with it. Thus the quarrel
went on,;w7ri Nelly said she wouhli boil
the cake J first and then b1ke ifT ;The
stool and the broomstick were used for
fuel, and some eggs, which had beeu brok-
ejea tile, were used to smear oVer
and give it a glossy appearance.
ipe coolnng was a great success, and
ejeryear thecake became more popular
alid was kuoAVn as Simon Nelly's cake.
After a while, however, only the first parts
oi their names trcre-ped, and for short
wjas called Simnel cake. ( Wide A icale).
j H: feljfy ilds the sacred page ; -. .
I -rIaJe6UQ the euu;
l ."It-gives :a 4ight to every age,
j 1 "gtve, but borrow none."
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He that walketh with' wise men shall
be visei But a companion of fools shall
i We are glad to; learn thattho Board, of
Agriculture) T&ib are auorlxed tp'acl as
a Fsish jConi;4issioat as f welK . haye n?
arrangements to begii) tue important woi;k
of re--stockiug our rivers with, shad. , , A
member of ithei Executive- ITommittee of
the- Hoard was "summoned to Richmond
last Week to meet the. United States. A's-,
sistant Commissioner,! Prof. Muner, and
the Commissioner of Virginia, to conceit
measures' for' immediate 'operation. .. An
expert was-engaged by tclegmph who isH
expected in IlaJeigh next wek and mate
rial for hatchirrg-tbxeSTrocTlredi "fiftnie.of
wliili lias'jilieady arrived by expies?. lSo
that, tire, mysteries of, tlus ,new, anil iin-r,
ineniuly profitable industry, will sooufbe
witnessed in Our midst. 1 f ' ' ' ' ' '
' Th6 Uiiited States coimuission put 80,
(K)0 jfonng shad iif the Xense, near Raleigh,
last May, ad,the same number in the Ca
tawba, at 4he railroad bridge. The board
loipe1 to -distribute several "millions in, our
if the season shall prove prove propitious.
The people on-the upfiJatwba show
e ptesnj. thfsjrfmrttniaL'r
n tuosi'of any" ofherlsection'of - the
Jtate. QneofJ tttx rcpresWalijea, Alaj .
ngetlwtjftgfi his intefligncoa'nd ac
tivity, secured the passage of a law tor
the protection, of fish in the Catawba riv
ead-4hodki -river -was- i mjlwdedf
and Ju.ocUaok, wlJb ii liWy Enter
csted ivtle general jmhject Of fish culture,
has succeeded, in, exciting tlie general at
tention of the citizens of Catawba and
other. neighboring counties, so that the
county commissiouers liave entered suit
alreacty agaiust recusant mill owners td:
compel tlie construction of fish-ways ; as;
feVinhVd by law.
ilif course the Hoard of Agriculture. wilf
DUt the fish which they: may succeed -in
hktchiiig in those rivers froni which ob'
tlijctions have been removed; and If
county commissioners are ifiuis,s, nd,
public opinion does not drive tbettite the'
perfolinance of their duty under the bwtl
Wjjiy the peojde of such sections must fiU
get their fish from the cost iustead;of at
tlieHrjwii door, and pay roundly fortkii
privilege. lUdeUjh Xeus. ' -
TIGHT, TIGHTER, TIGHTEST. "' '
Paris Letter The "eel-skin" dress,
now'ttiereat 'rage'tmttr "in Loiitton and
Pari, -riit Qie-wildyat r flay'of- the Tfra-
back or Din-back mama, there never was 1
seen mch a tightness in tile mutter of skirts
as. now pruvaUs- .hiUever . tUv paucity
of f.dds in the'pin-bhctrln 'tts frhliter part,
in the enormous ex ubeviuice of the pannier,
.... 1.... tl... 1 ... ! n.. m-.i kii iiil' lint
now. not onlv is the bustle a thing of hoi-
rv h lvw the-jiecessary fthdyi(!ju
iobHuWrerjfe 'fr!. . To! leuJeji' ItDw -
waist far Im-voihI its natural proportions, a
stiff" webbing of elastic is fastened to the!
stays to the depth of half a foot j and tu j
this, at liist, narrow skirts were buttoned, j
Hilt even this is now abandoned for an-
other scheme to acquire slenderues.s. Mrs. j
.Swisishelin's much-ridiculed cheiniloon is 1
in.'demaud, aud garments made in this!
way ao .suld at the furnishing shops, and ;
patterns of it pass eagerly from hand to;
hand among lady friend. .Some ladies j
have had regular stage tights made in j
thick webbing, and over these they wear r
nothing but the outer dress, nnderskirt-
nothing Imttlie outer dress, . mmerskiits
being ittiiahtftI ideat A tiUfLciofjiite :
musyrVnifW the- ed.K!W Ms,
wbicli is then tied back till the woman ;
within is shm'kled almost like a convict j
in a jjn-gang. .No nioiv luicomfortable
taslitrVrrevt'r'wns devisetlf fol- not only are j
they confined by the. brnding dress, but the
wearer, tujn 1st constantly tpnctH'U.'hvmdf .
abivtft rtio 'condrtibu of the boilice, 'tllat ,
portion be iri;' in incessant d,aiiger of turn- I
ingitsprfnf) m-Hind, nobg sitte ouf,'ine. j
an umbrejla in a windstoj iu. 1'he desired ;
etlecU?iiJ-jCiwiWifnl sleiMlerWssimrlly j
obtained by the 'N-el sktu.'1 b nt a gyd
deal 6f inei44ice 4Tiwrsmtrt ;we. r :J
abu se a 1 ui Va u?t -'fnfd i n g'aidj
fun that ,UaiVffl t'J.tWflt' i-
memorial, about nnrtbers-in-law, it is
time sottt&Aiib gbmild wiy'a jiiwluo(l for
I'm sneak inff more of "his rnober"
',biii"n6v, and 1 hayitVmin'Won-
deitd whether irls who juarr'fmvji Wth
niothcbtwer have any areciaTitm-of
who has petted her' boy so, who rciueu-
bers him as her own little baby, who
1 thought be would never leave her but al-.
wavsefvhr better t)iu) ayjiitels M
thu. world, should feel hurt antl grieved
and aAtrmifl'red'wlien he1 'cTiooses to teare
home to live with some girl whose bright
eyes and pretty ways have charmed hiu.
Jealousy is a part of love of any sort.
A mother cannot help being jealous. Oft
en she must hate her rival iu her son's af
feetions, for a little while. i$lc knows it is
w roller, aidjf she is wise h will hide it ;
aud aftvr,a wliile it will jaissjoff, and she
will find tliat she has a daughter as well
as a son, and laugh at herself, 'for' feeling
Hut, at first oh, daughters-in-law, you
should "be pitiful! Don't b1ame,1he old la
dy if tie is very: glad that her. son does
not like your gingerbread ni he Iters,
pr rlmt wn'have forgot tt'ti ii button. IIu-
pr rnat yxm nave forgot te
1nan nature is but human nature., Juid
when you are older, arxl a little boy sits
upon your knee, vou Avill liegirt t'o tlbdei
staud iow mucli your husband's mother
hadXo bear when he fortok her to cleaves
unto his NVife. Ledger
Mr. Taylor, in a philological lecture in,'
London, sjeaking of some characteristics
of the English tongue, says that it is well
that.' English . has these. Jiigh, pfathi-al
qualities, ior statistics ikoyv s that it will
pnbal4 absorb all otliet vilixed lan
guages. Though at present nearly" 'as
many nSf k feV or
French c4K the mpUtnHMe
of the EnglwugwHrfWKreat
Ltiiiit, at tliulAdiiB y ciatUJ'wlIIJalcu-
Tated there, woidd be SQUmillyHis speaking
; Gvrratu and 70 millioslFreii, " - T t
.With .reference to ihfiMefffVITrftheatfnrr
Professor.Taii;. BJinlinrHi Ilnivorsifcv.
says:. "Hut even when we have arrivedi t
at the conclusion that we ha,ve to thank
e' suri for'alf our food,' we are not at the :
itt of our louniryi The suuTs energy had
entr or our inquiry
a source. It used to be thou
ight that' til'
sim was a liuge tfrey but frdm the progress
raade.by modern slbmidal knowledge, 'we
are able to,siyi:thati a'fipe of the dimeri-:
gjoa&of tlieisui;a(K)4)00'n)iU8 in- radius,
een if it. had: consisted oft the very best
mate. vial for giving nut beaV would Only
haveuppiedu.spitli the amoanVof en-
Mrft ITlf i?1 .feWWi
ld-3-epreftff OmftnVsnhe arrsount
oferxOik-L aunkbi LuiJuxFd br.it s
" ! I';-' "T; iVLh: ROW Ett.- ASsriclaXd EX'-
:n it. H rt ';
P?T YearT payable In rtvftnce:. ... . ;..".;. fl !
Six montihs.;i :u r?yt . ; . . f.'..
One lncn, one pnbUcfttlon, . . .'. .. . : . . .
" t wo publlcatlous.,-.,.. -ht-Contract
rtes tor mortlis ot rear. . .,
Puji$ei the Eiccxjj EcccTCtcs and Inviariitas
- . t ;,1i13Tl?,eV? .1 1
i ' '1 ' - ' '- "
, . 1 It Jllej'.lcnl rroprrtle re 1
' r ...UURS&r
. -ft . A (. 1 U' J it A '2 -1 r )
yrm? l mi1 oTrlrtfelr fmm the y.Hm Df
eitftily hl-iucI' iI Jttl'.''. roots aud herbs ilt o
ftroualy C4H-c(rHVei tlmt it Tvi!l rfTtrtnnlly eadt
fnln IUiiants lildurrf t'inoer,. CbniCKThai
It.tinor, Jtrfiiw4ivWiWi Klieam' HyrlilM Ue
ltsffui-, Cunlirr, laiiit iich Jf KtiJI-Ji,
aiii.l H disi-asv? tlijiv ari.-c.fuju irujiiev blcxxk TJcl
lirntlnllniiiHtory nml 'lironic liliriiuNittBili,
K n al!H, 4u.lutUiKnl .V!l:!4alalir,"rC4B
Fb-lrlmHIintK fffteatf th Siln,
F4(nleNt.l'laiti IMotrW'lirtM, Tolter,
RcnWIjcnil and UMiuiit, VIolsiTSe lis nevtr
to tttctt a tHii Hiiwitnl cur.
and (ihmrnl ri-bil.'tr, VKirTfEMj!,nirecU.v up
Oil tllc'i-nili' of t u-fi: c !iii! i Ills'. IT inx iuriim
uni ct,rengtl:rti the whrrto cyst, in, act iiikiii 8cCre
five o'-uim, nlhijs jnfUaaaiiuu, cures jilccration ftud
r-gt;lMtu thej)05-d., ' . . ,
For 'ntnrrli, Ijspci-la, llnbitnnl Coatlre
p 1'itlpilnlion of lh Henri, Ilciuinrli,
l';1c, NrrvuONnes.anil.inrrar- from ration
f tbe Nrrro ? tnt! i ban -e er
j iw fw the bio.ni, i -ancs n i or the ori,.and
j u.- hluup A"i;iiiiiiAt? 3 4 -pkwtf
i puH.-. ., , . ..
and ir tins onlT nMia-
Arr r.ct th ciaar tclniwiiI pi weo fovhe dlffr ,
em cMiiiilnm!s jjLsr.u"!0! v to :iny r,'Hnii!iii u:!n)n
sntT-rirfTfjlh atir o!swe-mmifhiarir:rt6vt; tlmtcau
be-ciirt-.i t; I .;:,--''' f
ltc rt tbe dirVrent !etliuoial ;f"n. nd io one
c?n d.mht. In ni'iny rT the rswvtie ihtsoiii fay
t H A t'icir p-iin roifl n(f.-: ?n ' inihf S.' V5ri'.s-of', a-
iu-'ea- of Sonift.lii; lnTi-.ora'ily. wiiole
lo.! v u na one iiaf -4r,riiJou, . It Vr.OKTiNE
will relieve (ntn. cleniiBe. jinrif'v ami run: nuCM ti s-ei!-v
rwr;tll;)ft;y.t -r'rtfcrtt1 nVcr
trynsr rirtf.Hr.ifhfi i;fin;ikye;!v!hjrtff,-riiiLr
toriyar.'Ve i"it i(ln:lve inot, if you . arya
n-.lfi-rer, you rnn Ik; cnn-il ? Wt'v i t his .tAf-fliciro
l-ert'K-mjn? irh ftv-iiii? If vrki' in thb nml
in the ciixniiatUiic thtftl: it mil truly bi ratlevl tlie
Oral i'ii J tH'f ri 1Im are.it aouirte-ul tliwac
or i'uiute in tlicli xU ; jikI n uu-l'Ue duns
not ni; direr) K; ,m)i!i. f, to'.urify and renovate, Las
auv iusi ila'.ia ilfmu jnifTie atien'tion. u li.-u tlie,
bkioff brrrnit- tlfe-ffs aud 'fii.'iir.r.t. eitherTrom'
climlWrffi'ilTtiW of of tRfrrite. va:it of exerci-e.
ineuj.ir CieU or Jnim :iav ofTrr rauso. tin- VKit
Tisfe ft 111 reneC tfte b'oort.Tarrj itl ihe msid lia-.
mr,, r 1 rim & trflHrlf. n : r!t e 1 h6 To wo1g, and
impart - tii"ftfciNiwhTt lxk1y('The '
cntuactiaa m nJhaililtout4s M m iir4h
u.eiliotl. paofntoMHiKV -H(kiiM,(ii.l br
the i'UUsHvkW-,4WH UYIt WM'-''-
fill tVC tine Ot diiU'-t-4JUH,IUl:ii.l Ul;U; Ju'S.
VrStriN'B is eoayiosejoj rvj.it., irK nil 1 "her'.is.
It i ff'ffr.arirTri iskfj ftlul ij.-r'ojjlv.irf5o');ivo
i i.. -;t . i .
n$ ,i . - - -i 3 .
i. a -t'l - " i ' 11 -
WOULD NOT B2 YtlTUO.UT
. , . ... . '
FOB TF.T 'jriHLS- ITS COST.
Tlie prr-at nhSeflt I iiavr K-'Ttyor! fro na of'
VEGUTINR iriditr iKtrW my ttrmySy ftl its
favor. 1 U.'Iksvi in lieji. W-pivin. value for
r-!oi-iiis the lienhh, by; I'A'of VU' dieeflses
pectit'ar to the trfiii; tii;rl'Si;h iin r io;isoji9.
I would not be.itCi)M!Wiit.ivi:ii(.V'iro. 1
Attornjr and Oucral A'-nt for Maaai-hure'ts of
Sears liuilJiug, Uort(.:yL
Yefe6tiir0 Is Slcl; "byAIl DrnSTgffttS.
THT5 BEST AD lJARG'EWOCS'rF
fho he found inWmKWihOlrfiU, consist
ing of ''" H d : t; '"I
GgM anfi SiLYgr latexes, '.. ;
SilvCT.drAfnssiiolfd cMA and'jdaVed
f 'every k i ltd f fil ledM t 1 K jo!rl
urut li"mnd KnsrieraehiRfogw.' '6l!tl jkjrveT
and plaUd'tfFUtXS; ! -...
. - i FORK.V' to ' : s
,. J ... tiAbTQRSy. i.t i-. -
i No ch;r;;e will Ue made fornigriii
onine otner liana, wq suppose, a,- Leave mriotie i od am-
mass of conitmsKbTes 'to be jet mil, upon. AiLin Jabtiun: ft.y.i
tVe attraction of the ,sun during its fall. ' lanVllle ' ' .I'S r sr"' ,,s
J;.if I I : - '..! Jl .!!. fill- !' - . . . . . ,
would give it so large an amount otkyi-, uniwiee- " ' 1
euc energy iieu 11 reacjjnjjmij
Cluck Vork failhfnjlv repaired aa, low.,aa lit'- If8 wur,V several dynars tu eoinmence wok
lowest: a'ml warranitdJ " " v F ."'j. atiH'a'cdpy oMfomf ana-FfreHM''oT
B.' Any arfJcle'crT JltfiM'Vy Tjc)n thp largest idltf Illntt(IPtfbllcatimis,
thelast tbree-ytfar irffAinHora represented, al-j sut fr- by ma4ir Rtnler if yiu . want
c'a retnrniedaliaitnWriovifte rRfnfed.- m maotnt.prvtiUbl work, address Q&Okoe
PiednLflEllt. AiC IiHTB' KailWay
i i.i-' .Wuf u-j( r.u,i . fUcsi I"
Rcnnioiid5 & Danvile,-.B.ichmeiid f&
.Uanvu:e 1L. W;, X.-, u..aiviyu hh
North Western, a . U. JS-.
1 , 1 . . 1. i . ' 'I.I Jl'V
In' Effect on and after Sunday, Pc.'lOtR, lS76
Arrive at liicfnuond
2. ho r ii
A it-Li n f Jn n el ion 1 0.25
Arrive at Charlotte
Arr. 5.23 pm
ArrJOrM Lv. 10.1 OrM
Arrive. at KaleixU
1 1 VI im
v ., 7.
Arrive at (iold.-sboro
riOHTH WESBItN n. C. XL. It
. eSxiM Branch. )
Arrive at Saleui ' .
Arrive at Gretnsboro
Passpnger Traisp leaving K.ileibat.124 P'
M. cuimeots a,t Greensbury witli tlje Southern
fjo'iind (fain; making the' quickest time to all
fout her n'trtiea."-' '"'!
No Chanore of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richiaond. 282 Miles.
Papers that 1i'nv rirrHngemnts to 'advertise
llie schedule of this company will please print
as atove ami forward copies tollem. Passenger
Agent. ; , , )f , j ! , . . :
For fm tber information address
' JOHN R. MACMURDO,
' ' ". Genl. I'asiienger -Agent,
une 6, '7,0 . Uichmr.d, Va,,i ...
S11otM FEMALE COLtEGE.
Statesville, N". C.
MRS. E. X. GRANT. Principal.
Tho West Session will open Au
gust 30th 1376. Cjieulars viih terms.
?cl , np'Mi appliiaalhn. i
Refeteip't : Rev. W. A. ' Wood, Smtes- !
nilr, K. U.; eK-(Jov. Z. 15. Vauce, Chnr-i
lt .,. X. JU.. -Prof, W. 4 Martiu. Davidsii
Cwlle. X. C; Kv. R. linrwell, Ra.-j-'h. '
X. 0.; and all friends and iiumUs of Re-. i
j Dr. Mitchell, hite Professor ui UniVer.irv ofj
X.-C-. .July b "7(5-lv. i
PAINT I KG.
J. OILIER KEIi
IIojso, Sign, and Ornameiital
GraMns & Mmi a Specialty.
All inters addressed to !
al Kri nersville, N. I'
. . . . . . i
Wiik done bv contract or by the day; i
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Addrca.s
j-. GiLjyrrR kernse,
Kernervije, N. C'
When ) on want Hardware at TfiU
figured, call on the undersigned aV N? 2
Granite Row. -
aalisbnry , 2s . U.. .June S tt.
All sufferers from tldadlsMQs that an ntktoustb
bo -ure1 should trv DI. KISSNEK S CKtKBKATKU
COXSUMPTIVK POWDKKS. l utso iiojvaeri are tlie
onlr pfepnraUon knwnfliat will cure OONSfMP
TION ami allUlsea.-Mis 04 tin- TllKOAIAXD W-XtiS-
.lnlpnl. s stronor 1 our t.ilth In tcm, and also to'
convince you that tiiy are no huinlwic wUl for-
to every sufferer, by ma.il, po.st paid, a FREE
TKIAl. BOX. '
We don't want your money tint 11 you are perfectly
sitlstte.1 of their curative powers. If your life Is
w-f.rui s uir.K, don't delay lajrlvltitf tho.se4UWpltii
it trial, as tiiry will surely cure you.
I'riee, for Uire box, $'i.m, sent U) aoy partot the
I'nUe l sitat or Canada by mall on receipt of price.
ASM & ROBBINS, '
3C0 Futon Htkekt, Bbooiltw,
OLD m REVIVED !
The Coparlners'nij) heretofore ex istinff under
the name ot Lnckey, Lyerlv 4.V Co., dissolved
I aini i ry last, ha.s been revived, and they
I v-ontiniie tlieir mercantile brisiness-al Row-
an Mills as heretofore
Their old friends andfmtrons will beeerved
with ri.dvliiy, aixl'iliev h ill do all iu their k.
er lo U1VtJ satisfaction.
. J. A. LYKKLV,
To the Working lass. We are now
trtp4rjedl fnniisli hIJ lajwe ntl constant
eiiiiloyinent at Iio'i.e, the WlyilH of th.tiine,
r for tneir'ppare nicnfiVVs, Riisniess new
light and profitable. JVfForis of ei.hfr,,svjt
e;siKVirrt ftviit'54 nts in if 5 per 'evening!
aid aiptUporiional sunt by. dcdit)r -.thr
vn de time to th husin?. Roys and girls
earn, nriirly as. yuicl) as men." . That al
i-io see tins nittice may send their address,
and test the business we -rnnW tlvfa Hiittsifr:
iX . ri. . 1 . 1 '
i ?acif Ts Tt re not wen gat,
eiiw.irjU ed?wrif.4dlar'to payfor'itbif
i .. . .. ...... i. f. ' s em . iL t. i.ili.fi'il
1 nave miM up an UmmTmi hff 1-
Wagon which are-U n -rt-iJ v t ,... "a8
soMIa ot froin the depot, lo nfid frfm, ?r
weddings. Ac-. Leave orderK at MatWor , tT
or at niv Liverv & Hale Stable rtli.T
near. Railroad Indae, Rlret
Augi 19, tf; ' -! . ' i ,LE ,
and Solicitors. " '
Jirtiy!J 1 -7)
Can't l.o ... J.. 1...
...... . .j uiauc njr every fint 1
-vety month in' the liuVini 4 "
furnish.Oot hm nt,V4. L
can easily ea 2 a dozen dollars !
in th-ir own localities. Have no ro., ,
explain Win' Bosioess pleasant And
orable, Vromeo, aud boyaud ila 0 J
well as men. We will furnish vou a
plete Out fit free. Tbe business pav. bSr
than anjthuig e!sf. y -il.WrViiH.as
vfptarting you. Particulars free. rrif.
aiid S?r. Fanners and iichan?-s, ttivft
son and daughters, ami sllf lasses in
of paying work at 1mhi. should., write to m
and learu all alwjut the u,rk at mce. Xw
is the tiiue, Dpu't delay. Address TltUE
Ac CO.. Augusta, Mniue.
On tlio 3EviVlio iSquaro
SALISBURY, N. C.
r I RE ROUSE u m. tbe cent oflnAinesii
A uud Ldnearest to the dent.N ' i
, " ' i
Table as good as the best.
Servants attentive and polite.
l)eard per day ..
. . . . . . . Ul. .
JSpecial Contract foT longer terur.
, UiuitiUi to aud from all trajiix.
Re.st Livery .Uible near at hand.
rpThc nndersigned tender his thankn to .
many friends who have called on him at ht
MASSKTN.oml assufi-a th"em thnt no effmt!sill
b spared to ma.kaibUT future viii.s pJeaMtit.!
EV"The Traveling Public will always jud
pleusabt quarters find refreshing fare.
,: WM. EOWZEE.' '
Feb. 3, J87. I7:tf
ttonun at vtof
f3alJsl3urv, 2XT. O.
STATESVILLE, 2T. C,
6. S. LA1IIM k CO.,
tServants Politr ad Attentive.
i Just received fa fresJi fi)dy of.Cl"ff
I f-j, OrcharVr GfaVs.'Bm G'ras. lied To
tahd'HrnoTRv, M hlch 1111 Pell "dip. At a
THIS P-ITEB IS ON FILE Vf ITU
VVher AdrrtUi&v tntracti can b
Carolina- Cetttfa! Railway
OFFICK GkSERAI. 3rtKRlKTK.NltKT.
Ayiluiiustou.". C. April 14, leT5. i .
Change of Schedule, ;
On and 9 fter Friday,, A prd lfith, ,1- tk
train's will run over this Railway as follow . :
Leave Wilmington at .
A f rite'at Oharlotteat . . .' . .
Lieavp Charlotte at...,-...-
Arrive in Wilmington at
75 A M.
FREIGHT TR AITTS
Leave Wjlmington aUV. -Arrive
at Charlotte at. . '. .
Leave Charlotte at.
Arrive in Wilmington, at?
L-ave Charlotte at........ w-- AM
Arrive ar'tfuffalo at....'...: :-.Ai
Ixave 1 Hi tf alo at . . . . v . K?30 P
Arrive in Charlotte at.. ; , "
NTo Trai as on Snnday ecccpt one freight train
that leaves Vilnungtou-at 6 p. m., inrteau
on Saturday night.
i i -i
ConBCrtrttTVilmingtf.n with TVilminftoti
W e.ldou,; au d V ilmi)igton.Cdunibiat A uf'
hailrtmdx, Semi-weekly iw York a,A,?
weekly Raltim'ore and' weekly ' Philadelpn"
I, CjOQuea at Charlotte Tvitb its Wertern &
vision. North Ci otirm Railroad, Ctarf
i Statesvile Raifrltad.' ChatfoHe' A" Atlanta
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia A Augui
rTtrrfV sppiytrlg the trBoIe XZeit, ffortlnrt
artiHm? Hvert WitbTt fehMt and ebeap n
. . S. L.. FREMONT.
"" CrrifefEninebr and Superintendent.
May6.-STJ.-f. ft ; ' ,; i ,
Cheap Chattel -Mortea .