BY TAUIf II, HAYXE,
Round the Derwnber heights the elotjds
Pray iW wind-driven toward le stormy
They fly, light phantoms pf Rwlitfti-"4"r
To fjMe in souiljrp fllfttaP ftwfty "
a fli,win, Tu7l.tnfia oVr the. wreck of
Twilight, like some sad Maiden, CTlef a
Broods wanlv on the farthest mountain !
All nature breathes of darkness, and do,
ow, -ftom low rnulow-land ana arosy
kt renin. - 1
From deen recesses of the silent vale,
iight-w,ameriiig vapor, rise, foaniless j
aud clnil- iir.
I mark the Eve's victorious Planet beam,
J'air as an angel clad iq silver inail ! I
South AUantiQ Monthly far necemocr.
Five fihcp will enrich one acre of old,
worn -out mowing land in three years, so
that it will prodnpe one and nerhalf tons
pf hay per year, for several years, by a
light sprinkle of seed each year, sown m
the early spring..
1- ive sheep wul produce manure in winr
tcr to the vahiO of ten dollars, by given
them suitable lidding.
Five sheep will get their living through
t-hc snmmer on ppe acre of ground: the f
pasturing of same would le three dollars.
ive slieep w,u raise live inms, worm J
ii i teen aonars,
Five sheep will shear twenty zfive pounds
pf wool, wprth six dollars.
Now, let ns see how the account staiuls :
Grqund improved by the sheep
running on it one year.
Value of manure in winter
Vool.. .....".'".'."..I. .. ........
gheep getting their living on
. 15 00
The above being accrtuHted to -the
pheep, let us see what it costs to keep five
phcen through the winter i
FiYP sljeep will eat one ant one-half
ton of hay, which costs .$J8 80
Jnterest and ta.. : ,.t 5 00
Parp pf slp?ep. .. . 10 00
Deducting this fron tho first mention-
pd figures Ave have." profit qf $(0,00 on
live sheep, for one year.
SENSIBLE TO THE LAST.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mulcahy lived on a
farni( Tney were shrewd and thriftyand
Jiad tlm reputation qf bpjng. $eose." 1
Finally Mrs. Mnlcahy sickened and was
about to die. Finding herself Hearing the
end, she expressed a desire- to pat things
in order, Tom prepared to listen.
"Tonir" PaJ9 rs Mulcahy, "there's
Mrs. Smith, PP ftt the crossing, she owes
mo $1.80 for better J SPP 'P gt it."
"Sensible to tho last, my denri seirsi-
Vie to the last," ssaid Tflffi, "I'll get it."
"There's Mrs. Jpncs, np at tllP Pffck
php qwes np3 $J,5U for cjjifkpns,"
HAU! look; at that, now, fqr $ nipiml
phe forget nothing."
'And Mrs. Brgwp, in tho village, she
pwes $2.30 for milk."
i 'D'ye henrd that? Sensible to the last !
po on piy dear."
ifAnrt and " ' -"Yis."
'And Mrs. qberts, at the -toll-gate, I
Ah poor dear ! poor dear !" brokein
Tom hastily; how her moiud does be
wanderrng! Sure we've allowed her to
talk too much entirely,-so we have!
- The Sugar Crop. Thj country' an -pually
import many million dollars'
worth Of sugars, and yet possesses as good
ugarproducing lands as can befquntJin
tTi&worlil, The Commissioner of AgrU
pnlture has repeujjy devoted some care iu
the preparation of ft pnper which quite
fully exhibits OUP sugar industry .and
pnpuomues. sngar-protluping ands
pf Louisiana and Texas onpabje of pot
fluly affording our domestic supply, but of
producing a lurge amount for export, At
present this1 country produces hut U little
pver twelve per cent, of the sugar we con
pume. We send to Cuba and other West
Jndia islands for the other eighty-six per
cenr, neeel, lius supporting abroad, witlv
piillions of Qnr n?oney, a very profitable
industry which ought FO he developed at
Jtome. Tliere is no cr?p grown anywhere
n this country mqro prqfifahle or certain
Jhah the sugar crop, j.d yp jt ia said
f hci-e are not 200,000 acres of land devot
ed to this industry. Lgt year tho eoun
try eonsnnied over (500,000 tons of sugar,
and more than 500,000 tons of this were"
Imported. The consumption of niolasses
for the year was nearly 50,000,000 gallons,
jiuuui wis AO iuiurt.cu ouar, OU,UUU,UUlh
gallons. . The value f ur annual impor.
fauQIJ pi gugar ana nioiasses amonnta to
between ejghty. and a hundred millions
Golorixo ZixjQ UoQys. Among recent
German inventions is a $llr?ple prwess,
depending on the use of aepjte of lead,
by which every kin, of coIof is applicable
Jo sheets of zinc, Iiy juixiug blacjfpad,
for instance, with the salt, a very agreea
ble light brown hue is obtained It is by
his process-that ho cupola of the syna
gogue at JyureiuhrtJ las heen painted. A
jBuftjcieat length pf fmc has already
elapsed, it is said, to sl0W that the at
uosphere had no influence on the zinc
.sheeting of the roof, ths showing the
practical value of the process in such cases.
x y the addition of other coloring matters
Jightor dark shades of yellow of gray
juay be pr9uccdii7t Mechanic,
A CAT FEEDING A PRISONER,
In tjie reisrrof Richunl Thinl of Eug
lansr. in the 15th ceiiturr. there lived a
m vfq wmthqvf was always get
ting iota trouble wth the sovereign or the
Government, and when he offended either
they sent him to tlte Tower of Xondon,
and we are told that he spent not little
iof hi time, there. His uaiqe was Sir
Henry t jat. "Qn one occas-qn," says
Mr, Hepwarth pionf t'they put him in
colt) ami narrow tower, -where- he had
neither bed to He on, nor clothes sufficient
had starved there, had not God, who sent
a. ra.cu to feed Jiu propner, sent 10 xns
. ... . it:.
fd to -warm Uim. It w w, owu
relation unto them from whom I had it.
cat came one day .down into, the lun-
geon nntq him, aud, as it were, offered her
. , , , .
t i t- - - r.
and laid her in his bosom to warm him,
and by iqakjug much of her won her love.
After tdje would come every day unto
one, bring him piffeon. He complained
to his keeper. qf his caul and umt fare
T,je replied that he dnrst not bet-
tarU 'But,' saul Sir Henry, Mf I can
provide any, will you promise to dreis it
forraef I may ell enough,' said the
keeper, 'you are safe for that matter:' and
bej u a asfiri, promised. Mm. and
kepf his promise, and dressed for him,
frnin time to timt. Rncu jjreons as the cat
ia.ov;dea f br him. Sir II. Wyat in his
nro8nei.jtv . fQr this, would, ever make
. cats aa otllcr nien will of their
gnaniels or hounds."
ALLEGED CURE FOR DIPHTHERIA
Diptheria is a disease which springs
from the growth of a real fungus on some
of the mucous surfaces of the system
more generally of the throat. It may be
spread by contagion of the mucous sur-
face of a diseased with that of a healthy
ierson-as m Kissing, anu.is to a limn
j ed degree an epidemic. From the loca
parts affected it spreads to the wliole
body, affecting the muscular and nervous-
systems, vitiating the lymph and uutriei
fluids and producing paralysis. As soof
VS the vacteiitlni or fnugus appears in
whilo patches on the throat, it should no
noro be neglected than a bleeding -gash
or a broken arm, and there is almost as
little need of fatal termination in one in-
cident as ot the other.. It has been iounu
U0by actual experiment, botli in and out of
the human system, that this vaceterium
j3 killed by several drugs, the safest and
surest of which is chlorine water, diluted
with the addition of from two to four
times ti,e volume of water. This wash is
harmless, even when swallowed, ami is
pretty certain- to arrest the disease. A
well known physician in this city, who
has - pursued the treatment for lifteen
years, has found it effective almost with-
out exception, and has in that period of
ten broken up the disease in localities
where it had raged violently and defied
treatment. Prior to its use he lost three
cases out of six, but has since used it
I with scarcely a failure during the above
period. Sprinyfivld Iiepubli-
A Railroad to- "Wilkes bo uo. There
is no question of more vital imMrtnnce to
I!'? people of this country, than the agita-
tiop and advocating the necessity of a rail
road to WilkesWo. The beautiful val
ley jf the Yadkin has been shamefully
neglected as vegifvds railroads. This val
ley extends .entirely through the county
of Wilkes, a distance of about forty miles,
and the rich bottoms whioh it contains
are noted for their fertility, producing in
large quantities, corn, wheat, ryo and
oats. While the uplands are not quite o
productive for com, they arc equally as
good or better for the production of wheat,
rj-e and oatsj besides tobacco grows fine
ly. Now the farmers always have a large
surplus of the above named productions,
are shut out from the markets, in conse
quence of haviug no railroad facilities.
Lpt us hold railroad meetings and con.
siijpr the most practicable way- of accom
plishing the object, Let the topic of the
day be railroads, Let us consider wheth
er we shall have narrow or broad guage.
By all means let us have a railroad.
r MfipICAL HARMONY.
A late number of tlie Lenteet contains an
article on : the healing Qf itttTeuce be
tween jthe old allopathic jyiul new hoinco
hathic schools, which is significant of a
great change in medical opinion and the
possible future fusion of the two schools.
After briefly reviewing the origin of the
horneopathic schism, aipl the subsequent
warfare, the writer, Dr, Ichardson, P. 11.
S says that many of the allopathic phy.
sicians have renounced all the heresies of
tho past in the treatment of acuta diseas
es; while hoiuoQpathfo physicians have,
on their side, almost entirely abandoned
the ue of globules, and have substituted
doses in tangible form, their rule being to
give a dose sufficiently large to effect its
purpose, but not so large as to discomfort
the patient. Roth schools now use alikp
anodynes, aperients, opiates, anesthetics,
tonics, galvanism, hydropathy, Turkish
bath, and miueral waters. In short, he
says, we define our practice as rational
medicine, including the application of the
law of contraries, but jm the application
of the law of si in ilars.
1,100,000 Lbs. Dried Fruit.
Messrs, Hall Bros, of this place havo
shipped this season about sixty car loads
of dried frnft; making a total of .one mil
lion one hundred thousand ponnds. This
is an ftetu of pnjy pne article of merchan
dise and tlie work of only one firm, still
it shows what a wondrous productive re
gion AVestcrn $orth Carolina is, and what
energy and perseverance in business will
accomplish, Piedmont Press.
JUDOE MACKEV, OV SOUTIf CAUOI.INA,
l'UOlOSES TO TO SWAP CAHPTBAGaEnS,
FOR KU KLUXERS,
ISpectal Dispatch p the Baltimore Gaaette,J
lVashiuyfQHf Xortmber 19,-Judge M,ackey
of South Carolina, is hereunder authority
from the State Government tq propose a
compromise witli the President by whicli
he shall agree to prdtm the democrats
quder indictment for kukluing, if Gov
ernor II(mptoq will pardon the republi
can thieves. The judge, in an interview
this evening, states that the people of
South Carolina are anxious for this agree
ment, because about 2,100 of her best
citizens are practically disfranchised or
taking refuge in Canada till the storm
blows over. They are out on parole, but
the cases are liable to be called any day,
and juries arc certain to be packed in the
United States Court against them, because
ypry few good citizens of the State can
take the ironclad oath prescribed by law.
The exchange of prisoners would be fair
all round. Of the CO thieves now under
conviction or likely to be, only a few are
Democrats. Mackey says it was chiefly
because the Republicans, when they had
control of the cotters, were selfish and
kept the swag in the family. On the cir
cuit there were only two Democrats mix
ed up in the rascality, and they were the
only Democrats who held office in the
district. He says the people want to let
lip on Patterson because he means to vote
for seating Uutler, and their vengeance is
directed more against those who took
money out of the treasury than those who
simply paid money to secure elections.
It is learned that the President will not
listen to this proposition when it is sub
mitted. TIMELY ANECDOTE,
Hart well Sun.
Some colored men were talking politics
in front of a store, the other day, when
one said : "Tom, dey say de Publican
party am dead an' gone to the Indepen
dents; what sort, politics dey got? "Well,
dey is the same as the hypocrit, dey want
e votes of bofe sides, and 'mind nie of a
Tigger what come up from Elbert county;
he went to the Bnptis' meetin' and he big
Baptis', den ; next he went to the Metho
dis' meetin' an' outshout dem all, but he
took care to eat hearty wid both 'nomina
tions. Strawi:krriks. We state it as a re
freshing item of news to our northern
friends, that we have on our table a lot
of beautiful well grown and highly ihivor
ed strawberries, plucked from the "Hope"'
farm of Mr. Win. Scott, near this city yes
terday. They were sent to us through
Col. Brown, of the National hotel, who
might have regaled his guests with them
yesterday for dinner for aught we know.
Just think of it fresh strawberries in
lialeigh on the "2'ivd of Xovemlier, lial
Cincinnati, Nov. 21. The National
Grange met to-day, delegates were pres
ent from all the States. The main part
of the work of the meeting must be the
crystalization and systemizing of the
Grange work and a decision must be
readied whether there shall beany louger
a National Grange and if so what shall
be its formalities, powers and limitations.
Two men, Ih uce Yount and Al. Kale,
says the Piedmont Frexx, were disputing
last week near Catawba about a pistol be
ing loaded when tlie former, to prove that it
was not, held up his hand, pointed the
pistol and pulled the trigger but to his
surprise iWired the ball passing direct
ly through his hand and through the neck
of the latter. Roth feel fully satisfied
now and have no doubt as to its being
Wilmington Star: The unusual phenom
enon of a brilliant meteor in broad day
light, was witnessed by a gentleman near
this city yesterday afternoon, about half
past 4 o'clock. It had a long silvery tail,
and in appearance resembled a rocket.
Its course was from the north, with an in
clination towards the earth. This is no
doubt one of the November meteors of
which the astronomers have been talking,
but it is somewhat remarkable that it
should manifest its propensity for 'shoot
ing" before sundown.
The same meteor, probably, was seen
at this place Tuesday afternoon of last
week about the same hour,
INTERNAL REVENUE -SYSTEM.
From the Ralefgh Observer. 7
Washjnqtox, D. C, Nov. 23, 1877.
MpssBs Editors: In your issue of yester
day I see an able letter from your correspon
dent "G" advocating the repeal of tbe Internal
Revenue laws, and saying that myTnll to modi
fy the same is not enough.
I drop you a line only to gay that I fully
concur in the views of '(" and that I publish
ed a communication last Summer insisting upon
the sbolishtnent of this whole system and glint
ing out the practicability of our raising enough
revenue without it. I have not changed in
But because I think Congress is not yet pre
pared to accept these views fully, I wish to
mitigate tbe system as much as I can until the
time is ripe for its total repeal which hWr I
shall not tease to urge.
Yours, Wit. M, Robbins.
A correspondent ofthu TturaUJome, speaking
of the benefit which birds render the farmen
says; On Thursday last, while at work near
a wheatfield, my attention was called to the
fact that some of the wheat had be'en picked
from the heads in certain parts of the field.
A my neighbor seemed to think that the
mischief was done by yellow birds, I procured
a gun and killed one of the offenders. Although
interrupted while taking his breakfast, we
found in his stomach only three grains ofwbeat
and by actual count 350 weevils,
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Straw Cutters, Cradles, Plows. Rakes, lloes aud Shovels.
House Hirnjsh stock (in my line) complete
Saddlers hardware .and tools, ftt'l assortment.
IRON GATES and FENCES, aud Kate latcies.
B-paint, varnish, white wash, horse, scrub and all other kinds fiue-audcuax$e.
Cider Mills. Can? Mills and Evaporators,
s' Tools, splendid and more complete thau evet amtj
Still a few more of them Machines left !
Come one come all, and see SAM Taylok, the paraxon of 11, 11. CltAWFOltls Centennial
Rrsjwnsible persons, or on
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OfflPTAND OABEFOL ATTENTION, m
COURT AND JUSTICES'
PRICES STRICTLY LOW.
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DEEDS & MORT.GAX3-ES.
hee Simple Dvcd. Deeds in Trust, Mort'e Deeds, Commissioners Deeds, Sheriffs.
Deeds, ("battle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificates;
Distillers' Entries, .and various other forms for sale -at the
DK, RICHARD H. LEWIS,
(Late-Professor of Diseases of tlie Eye and Ear
in the Savannah .Medical College.)
Practice Limited to the
EYE and EAR,
KALEIQH, N. C.
Peters to the StateM dieal Society and
to the Oeorgiii Medical Society.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
I have fitted up an Omnibus and Bagra&e
-B MC naj reaoy 10 convev per
Hons to or from the depot, to and from parties,
weddings Ac. Leave orderat Mansion Honse
Z" :"W1 Stab,e street
M. A. BRINGLE-
Aug. 19 tf
NOW IS; THE TIME TO SUliSCKIIiE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
and constantly arriving,
Table aud Pocket cutlery elegant and abundant,
Pistols from 2) cents to 20 plated revolvers.
Guns from children's $2 to 640 spoitintr.
cash remittances, shall receive
RLANKS KEPT ON IIANI
SALISBURY, N. C.
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RALEIGH, N. C. j
Board by tlie Day, $2.00
lUtautiful situated next to Cuj.ital j,luare
Col. C. S, BROWN, Propr.
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