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THE COLORED SUBSCRIBER.
Tlie edition was off (andJhe carrier too,)
vVnd the editor lie was jnost nwfallj
For bis rnt and a. lioatof small matters
And his asset were naught bat a cold
Bat a visitor came to this slinger of Ink
fit was Poruiey, tho boot-black, woo
stood iq thtdHir,
Wagging wisely hi head with It African
kink, - - , ,
While a pair of elevens just covered the
Maf sa Boss," he remarked in mellifluous
Irpe excluded to VHbo for d is paper
guckumstajTces is slcJi Jat de cold in my
"Will acquire mo to quit de perfaslma I
An' den fack, Massa Boss, has suggested
Dat a more proper ting could hardly be
pan to hab a good paper to read and to
Au'ilat's why I'se come up fqr to make
you a tyd,"
' - s
The editor rose with his face all airlow,
And his eyes had tUe gleam of that
Which the pure and the great can csperi-
enoe and know.
When necessity and genius combined to
J You are wiser, my boy, thaq most of yoar
Said the editor, bright, with a smiling
I will find for your name in my book a
good place -
I supiose you will want to subscribe
for a year!"
Well, I tells yon, Massa Boss," was the
De condition of cle kontry is jnighty
An' de folks in de fix of si oh fellers as I
Habn to watch an' to scratch jputty tol
But I'se got to make haste it-is mighty
And l'se got to go back all de way to de
But HI do for de paper what's fair an' all
Put me duwn for de Gazette fur de term
ob ono week !" . -
KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE MARK.
press toward the mark for the prize of the
high calling of Ciod in Chrtst Jesus. I'HIL.
Ul. 14. .
A light snow ha4 fallen,nd -the boys
of Jj- desired to make the most of it;
and as it was too dry for snow-balling, and
not deep enough for coasting, they thought
it would do very well to make tracks
Near by there was a large meadow, and
it was pritposcd that they should go to a
tree which stootl near the centre of the
meadow, and that each one should start
from the tree., to the bouqdries of the
meauttw. The proposition was assented
to, and they were soon at the tree. They
ranged themselves around the tree with
their backs toward it, and started, each
one retracing Ins steps to the tree. After
they hat returned, they each looked, back
to see how straight the tracks were.
'Whose is the straightest ?" said James
Allison to Thomas Sanders, who was first
at the tree,
"Henry Armstrong's is the only one
that is straight at all," said Thomas.
"Why," said Jacob Small, "how could
we all contrive to go so crooked when the
meadow is so smooth, and nothing to turn
ws out of the wav ?"
How happened you to go so straight,
Henry t" said Thomas.
,4I fixed my eye ou that tall pine tree
on the hill yonder, and never looked away
from it till I reached the feuce," answer
,, ed Henry,
4I went as straight as I could without
looking at auy thing but the ground," said
1 "So did I," said another,
"So did I," replied several voices at
It appeared that no one but Henry had
aimed at a particular object.
They attempted to go straight without
any definite aim, but they failed. Men
cannot succeed in anything good without
, a definite aim, General purposes, general
resolutions, will not avail. You must do
as Henry did; fix upon something distinct
and definite-as an object, and go steadily
toward it. Jf you wish to be Christ-like
look at Him, and you will by so doing
learn to copy His ways and follow His
- example, E.ver keeping your eye fixed
upou tlm-4'mark," press forward that you
may obtain the prize at the end, which is
Reader, if you have never given your
heart to Jesus, never followed him, lieg
of you to seek JI is mercy and forgiveness
before itjs too late. Seek him without
For now is the accepted time; now is
the day of salvatiou," ', If, Tennet, itr
the Yvntty PUprfm.
A WORD TO THE BOYS.
When the Duke of Wellington was sick,
the last thing he took was a liltle tea.
On his servant's handing Jt to him in a
saucer,' and asking him if lie would have
- it, the Duke replied "Yes if you please."
These wpro his last words. How much
kindness and coufay is expressed by
them ? He who commanded the greatest
armies in Europe, whowas loug accus
tomed to the tone- of authority,, did not
despise pr overlook the small pQHrtesies
of life. Ah, how many boys do. What a
rude tone of command they often use to
, their little brothers and sisters, and some
times to their mothers. This is ill-bred
'and insolent, It shows a coarse nature,
and a hard heart. In all your home.talk,
remember, "If you please." Amongyour
playmate, don't forget, 'Ifyoa please."
To all who wait upon or serve you, be
Jieve that "if you pjease" will make you
better served than all the cross or order
ing words iu the wholedictionary. Don't
. forget three little words, "if roe please."
rJyV. U.yJr., to Church Union,
A TROUBLESOME VERB.
An educational journal thus descries
the trouble a Frenchman had with the
verb brcak,n -
"I bejdu to understand j'our language
better." said my French friend, Mr. Du-
bois. to me; 'but your verba trouble me
still; you mix them up so with preposi-
lions," . Ion
! am sorry you find them so- trouble- J
sorae," was all I could say, .. ... ; 1
fttends to break dowq housekeeping; am
T ..... n I
"Oh, yes, I remember; break np house.
Why does she do that t" 1 asked,
"Because her health is so liroken into.,"
"Broken down you should say,"
"Broken down 1 oh, yes. And, indeed,
since the small pox has broken up iu our
- wShe thinks she will leave it fur a few
weeks " - '
"Will she leave her house alone 1" ,
: "No, she is afraid it wilfbe broken
broken how do I say that !" -
"Broken into t"
"Certainlv. it is what I mean to sav."
"Is her sou to he married soon !" I
"No; that engagement is bruken bro-
"Yes, broken off."
"Ah, I had not heard that."
"She is very sorry about it. Her son
only broke the news down to her last
week. Am I right t I am anxious to
speak English well."
"He merely broke the news. No prepor
sition this time." . '
ilTi 1., i.r...i i rm.
man, her son, is a tine fellow; a breaker,
I think." -
4A broker, and a very; ho fellow.
So much fur the verb "to break,"
HOW TO BE A GENTLEAK.
"You see I am a gentleman !" said YYU1
Thomnson. "I will not bikiv nn insnlt "
And the fellow strutted up aud down in a
rase. He had been throwing stones at
I'eter Jones, aud he thought that his an-
jer proved him to be a gentleman
"If you want to be su gentleman, I
should think you would be a gentle boy
first," said-his teacher, "Geutlemen do
ot throw stones at their neighbors.
Peter Jones did not throw stones at you,
and 1 thiuk lie is much more likely to
prove a gentleman."
"But he has got patches on his knees,"
'Bad pantaloons., do not keep a boy
from being a gentleman ,"said his teacher,
"but a bad temper does. Now, William,
if you want to be a gentleman, you must
first-be a gentle boj"
A little further on, the teacher met
Peter Jones. Some stones had hit him,
and he was hurt by them.
"Well, Peter, what is the matter be
tween you and Will this morning " asked
"I was throwing a ball at one of the
boys, in play, sir, and it niissed him and
hit Will Thompson's dog."
"Then when-he threw stones at you,
why did you not throw back.?'
"Because, sir, mother says that to be a
gentlemau, I must be a gentle boy; aud I
thought it best to keep out of his way till
he cooled off a little."
The;teacher walked ou, but kept the
boys in mind. --He lived to see Will
Thompson a rowdy, aud Peter Jones a
gentleman, loved aud respected by all.
SILENT MEN, .
Washington never made a speech. Iu
the zenith of his fame he once attempted
it, failed, and gave it up confused aud
abashed. In framing the constitution of
the United States the labor was almost
wholly performed iu com mi t tee of the
Whole, of which George Washington was
the chairman; but he made two speeches
during the conrentlou, of a very few words
each. The convention, however, acknowl
edged the master spirit, and historians
affirm that, had it not been for his per
sonal popularity, aud the thirty words of
his first speech pronouncing it the best
that could be united upon, the Constitu
tion would have been rejected -by the
people. Thomas Jefferson, never made a
speech. He couldn't do if. Nqpoleon,
whose executive ability is almost without
a parallel, said that his greatest difficulty
was in finding men of deeds rather than
words. When asked how lie maintained
his influence over his superiors iu age
and experience when commander-in-chief
of au army in Italy, he said, by reserve,
The greatness of a man is not measured
by the length of his speeches, and their
The reception that tbp great American
explorer Henry M. Stauley, met with at
Cario, Egypt, was extremely enthusiastic
and imposing. A splendid banquet was
given in his honor, and the Khedive be
stowed upon him some hapdsome decora
tions, accompanied with a little speech in
in which he said: "To reward such mag-
nificent efforts as you have made in the
name of humanity, science aud civiliza
tion, I present you a sou venir'of this most
interesting interview." In addition to
the Grapd Cross of the Medjidie, the
Khedive presented him with a decoration
of another grade, which enables Mr. Stan
ley to take the title of Grand Officer of
the Order -of the Medjidie.
At the Khedival Geographical Society
a grand reception was also extended him,
Many distinguished persons were present,
and the sa van s in discussing his discover
ies were profuse ia their compliments,-
The Secretary of State f during Decem
ber last, issued warrant for the sale of
28,000 acres of land lying in McDowell
county, to W, W. FJeniimng, at 15 cents
We learn from tho Washington Mr
that the pardon of the mail robber. A. .
Ilo'werton, was granted by the President
aocount of the ill health of the convict,
who waa imprisoned in the Albany pem-
I hat! fjAnavnl I'AnfnronnA AT tllfi
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UV A.ilUUlU iSXiV "VJVV. XM7 Hiaw VJWVJifc
I rromvafmn hohl ire iAnrArPiiAA rhpfA in tlio
. - i , : , ' .
r U e are not uwvmm..
Favettevflle (7ee .- On Saturday
uight, 29th, ult the saw-mill, gin.houso
ftnd au the machinery pertaining thereto
tie property of Maj. K. M. C, Williamson,
on tne vjlHt Byw t,f tiie Capo Fear, were
burndd. It seems that twice during the
day the cotton took fire from frictiou or a
-VUmiugtoR itevietc, 4th 5 The combin
ed effects of the freshet now running off
in the Cape Fear and. the waters backed
"P by tho winds, have flooded some of the
wharves in the city, and Eagle's Island is
almost one sheet of water; on all of the
island we doubt if there was a foot of dry
land at 10 o'clock in the morning.
Charlotte Observer, 5th: Day before
yesterday, the barn of Mr. A. D. Parks
who resides near Alexandriana, in this
county, was burned to the ground with
all its contents, together with two horses
and a cow. At last accounts it could not
be determined how the fire originated, but
suspicion rests upon a bound boy living
at the house of Mr. Parks. The extent
if tli lnaa is nnt Vnnwn. lint, it is mi iff.
The number of deaths in
Newberq during the last three years ag-
urrejrate 4. 01 wnicn 10 were wnites
aud 310 blacks. The vearlv rer ccntase.
including both races, for the three years,
is 22.7 out of eyeiy thousand inhabitants,
The mortality of the whites as compared
with the blacks is a fraction n-cater, and
tbe mortality among the blacks is greatly
less per thousand in Newberu than in any
other Southern city.
' The pork men of Louisville are having
a hard time of it. They have been feed
ing large numbers of hogs, while awaiting
the return of cola weather, aud still there
is but little change in the temperature.
Tlio nvnonco iif ftctnrr llircr tmirimla ia
, . . , .. .. ..
laiire, aud is bearing heavily on some ot
For several days past huge numbers of
iguorant colored people from ditTercut
portions of the country, have been arriy
vin in Charleston, S. C, and on their ar
rival invariably inquire fur the Liberiau
ship, which was to transport them to
Liberia; but as there. is uo-kiu'Si ship, these
poor deluded people are in a deplorable
condition, all of them having disposed of
everything they possessed before leaving
home, which was very little, and being
entire strangers in the place their means
of subsistence is small. ' The enimigrants
cannot give any satisfactory account of
why they come at this time, beyond that
they "got word" to do so. The number
ou Wednesday amounted to about 250
and more are expected.
The national fruit crop is valued at
Strawberries are ripe and mignonettes
blooming near Souttsboro, Ala.
In 1873, the Catholic Total Abstinence
Union of America comprised 200 societies;
uow it lias grown to a membership of
U early GOO societies,
Great Britain now cultivates nearly
1,000,000 fewer acres of wheat than she
did twenty years ago. Pastures and market-gardens
have succeeded to wheat
It has been ascertained from statistical
data that there are uow over 2,800,000
men in the United States at work ou
farms, as farm -laborers, who do not own
a foot of laud.
The people of the West are in a condi
tion to holdover a large portion of their
grain till lake navigation opens iu the
spring. Menutime a great deal of grain
will go down the river to market.
A large amount of artiOcial butter is
sold to English markets. A correspond
ent there states that if nothing but genu
ine butter were sold there it could not be
had for less than $1 per pound.
An old man agetl 80 years went over
the hills to the poor house in Kansas, the
other day, and was tenderly received. In
two days le died, and they fouud $900 in
the pockets of the venerable pauper.
An Effort to Introduce the Japan Perimr
man into this State What ft is.
Dr. E. Nye Hutchison has leeu appoint
ed general agent tojntroduce in this sec
tiou the Japan persimmon, a fruit which
he has on exhibition here now. It bears
no resemblance whatever to our persim
mon except in color and name. It is very
large about the size of au orange but
differs irom this in that it is of oblong
shaped These specimens came from Cali
fornia, where the trees grow luxuriantly.
Dr. Mattoon, President ot Biddle Univer
sity, near this place, who was for a num
ber of years a missionary to Siam, is well
acquainted with this fruit, and says of it
that there is no more delightful food. It
is asserted confidently that these trees
will grow well in this soil, aud Dr. Hutch?
Jjson hopes to introduce them here.
Published Wkkklt jr. J. BRTTNKR. Ed. and Prop
(! 1. li. rJliUiliiC Associate Jia.
. . 8CB80RIPTIOX KATES :
Per Tear, payable in advance,... J.'J. $2 0
Six months.. u. ;,.,.....,. 185
ADYEJIT18IXO BATES :
one lncb, one pubUcatton,..,, ........
" , two pufcUcatlons, ......
Contract rates lor montns or a veajr.
, $1 00
, l 50
'An Excellent Medicine.
- Springhelp, O., FeX). 18, 1870.
mis Is to certify that I have used Vkgktine, man-
nractuml by ii It Stevens, Boston, Mass., or KUeu-
raatlsm ana ueneral Frostration 01 tne nervous
System, with good success. 1 recommend Vkgktx.se
as an excellent medicine tor such complaints.
1 ours very truly,
C. W. VAXDEGRIfT.
Mr. Vanrlesrrift. of the firm of Vandetrrfft & Huff
man, Is a weU-known business man in this place,
having one or tne largest stores m spnngueiu,
" Our Minister's We.
Locisville, Kv., Feb. 16, 1377.
Mr. H. R, Btbvens
Dear Sir. Three years a?o I was suuertn? tcrnhiy
with imjammatorj- uneum-.itism. our nilniter's
wile Rdviatid uie 10 take v egkixve. Atier toian';
one bottle 1 was entirely relieved. This year, leedu
a return of the disease. I agtlnconinienceU taking it,
and uxn beiiiir beneiited greatly. It &Lo greatly im
proves niy digestion. ItespccUuiiy,
, 31ks A iJALXAKD.
1011 West Jefferson Street.
Safe and Sure.
Mr. H. R. Stevbns:
In 1S7S vonr V ksetinh was recommended to me;
and yielding to the persuasions of a mend, I consent
ed to try it. ai me ume 1 was Bunena irom gen
eral debility and nervous prostration, superinduced
by overwork and Irregular habits. Its wonderiui
strengthening and curative properties seemed to af
fect my deblliated system from the first, duse; and
under its persistent use 1 rapidly reoovereu, gaining
more than usual health and good feeling. Since then
I have not hesitated to give Vegetixe my most un
qualified Indorsement as being a sate, sure and pow
erful agent In promoting health and restoring the
wasted system to new life and energy. Veoetine is
the only medicine I use, and as long as I live I never
expect to And a better.
Yours truly, W II CLAKK,
120 Monterey Street, Alleghany, Peun.
The following letter from Kev G VV Maasfleld, for
merly pa.skr of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
Ilyde Park, and at present settled la Lowell, must
convince every one who reads his letter of the won
derful curative qualities of YeuEtine as a thorough
cleanser and puriiier of the blood.
1Tyde Park, Mass., Feb. 15, 1S76.
Mr H R Stevens,
Dear Sir, About ten years ago my health failed
through the depleting effects of dyspepsia; neany a
year later 1 w& attacked by typhoid-fever in its worst
form. It settled In my back, and took the furia of a
large deep-seated abscess, which was fifteen mouths
in gathering. I had two surgical operations by the
best skill In the state, but received no permanent
cure. I suffered great pain at times, and was con
stantly weakened by a profuse'dlseharjre. I also lost
sniall pieces of bones at different times.
Matters ran on thus about seven years, till May,
1874, wheu a friend recommended me to go to your
office, and talk with you of the virtue of Vkuetine.
I did so. and by vonr kindness passed throusn your
manufactory, nouns? tue imrreuie
nts, c, by which
your remedy is produced,
ly what I saw and heard I gained some confidence
I commenced taking It soon after, but felt worse
from lls pfrwts: Htill I iireservtl. and soon felt it
see the results I desired till 1 had taken It faithfully
for little more than a year, when the diiiieult y in the
back" was cured: and for nine months 1 have enjoyed
the best of health.
I have In that time gained twenty-live pounds of
flesh, being heavier than ever before iu my liu, and
I was never more able to perform labor t!:'n no w.
During Uie past few weeks I had a s.aoiuiou.s swell
ing as Urge as my list gather on another part of my
1 took Ykoetixe faithfully, an 1 it removed It level
with the surface In a month. 1 think 1 slioulJ have
been cured of my m.un trouble sooner tf 1 had taken
larger doses, after having become accustomed to its
Let your patrons troubled with serorula or kidney
disease underst md that It takes time to cure chronic
diseases; and. If they will patiently take Vkoeiine,
it will, in my judgment, cure them.
With great obligations 1 am
Yours vcrv truly,
ti. W. m.vnskii:i.i,
Tastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
It. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Yegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
Ami I am happy lo say that I have the best
selected stoek of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
I have ever o fie red in (his market; and can
sell them lower than ever known before
Black Alpaca, 2" to 45cts. per yard; 4-4 Sheet
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injianl goods; bargains in every department.
Clotiini! CMMi ClotMag !
In this line I can offer jjreat inducements,
and can say to my customers iliat they can nave
2o per eent. by calling on me before buying
A full line of Hats, Boots, Shoes, Crockery,
Groceries, Ac, and 1 expect to continue the
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To take effect June 12d, 1877.
STATIONS. r Ahiuvi;. Lkavk.
Salisbury ' 8 o A.-l.
linrd Creek 9 04 A M. D 45 "
.-.lulvsvilie ,10 au " 10 35 "
I'ioils '11 07 "11 07 '
Catawba U 27 " 11 30
Ncvtdn .... '..'12 18 P. M. 12 '20 1 M.
Canova 12 38 ' 12 3S "
Hickory i l (,;" " 25 "
I card 2 05 " ,2 10 "
Morantoii. 2 50 ' 2 53 "
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Marion 4 25 " 4 30 "
Old Fort 5 18 5 20 "
Henry 5 a0 "
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j Old Fort fi 12 A. M. (i 15 "
; .Marion 7 07 - 7 30 "
! I'.ri.lcwater 7 52 " 7 55 "
I Moru'anton 8 22 " 8 2S
I leard '.I 05 ' 9 1 0 "
! Iliekoiy ' 9 50 " 9 52
Canova 10 2) " 10 23
Newton 10 35 u 10 37
Catawba 11 25 ' 11 35 "
Plotts 11 55 12 t il P. M
Statesviile 12 32 P.M. 12 52
Third Creek 1 40 " 1 45
Salisbury 2 30 "
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Eclipse Portable Farm -Engines.
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Wc could saw off the north pole if we could getjit it. TJTSST0V3
' Great Amtrican " has uever been excelled : saws of all sizes
and for -.W purposes.
WELL BUCKETSjjuilejs. chains and-ropej,
(iLASS, window, from 8 x 10 to 1U x 44. Blue Glass to order.
NAILS, cut. from lO-'penuy up 3 pr- 100 lbs. From 10-penuy to
4, 'SI to 4 cents. Wrought and borse-sboe nails," -variable.
SCREWS, tacks and brads of all sizes and for all uses.
Blacksmith Tools, all sorts ; a patent drill, uw and splendid.
ROPE, jute, ceisal, manilla, h;ip and cotton, frxun, J to 2 inches.
BELTING, .xubber and leather, from 1 to J4 inches.
Horse Collars, horse and uinle shoes, hames, and traces.
Edy' Tods aud boring implemeLts in endless variety.
FARM TOOLS and MACHINERY!
For all purposes of supi rior qunlity aud-etjual to any deinantLr
Straw Cutters, Cradles, Plows, Rakest Hoes ami Shovels.
House -lurLif-rrstock (in my linV) complete
Saddlers" hardware and tools, full assortment.
BRUSHES paint, varnish, white wash, horse, serub aud all other kinds tiue and coarse.
Wine and Cider Mills. Can-? Mills and Evaporators.
Carpenters' Tools, plftidid and more complete thaujevei ami -
Still a few more otthem Machines left!
Come one come all, and see Sam Tayj.OK, the paraxon of R, R. Ckawfouh's Centennial
Hardware Store. I.j-1 y
COME TO CRAWFORD'S. r
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ORDERS FOR PRINTING FROM
Responsible persons, or on cash remittances, shall receive
! AfD OAREFOL ATTEOTIOrf.
COURT AND JUSTICES'
PRICES STRICTLY- LOW.
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DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
Fee Simple Heeds. Deeds "in Trust. Mortpiire Deeds. Commissioners: Deeds, Sheriffs
Deeds, Chattle Mortgages. Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificates,
DistilleiVTntrics, and various other formsfor sale at the
V, ATCHMAX OFFICE.
D I ICHARD H.LEWIS,
(laate Professor of Diseases of tlie Eve and Ear
in the .Savannah Xledieai (,'oliej.e. J
Practice I.imiii l to the
EY i EAR,
HALEIGH, N. C.
liefera to the State Medieal Society and
to the Georgia Medical Society.
OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
I have fitted up an Omnibus and Baa
Wagon which are always ready to convey per
sons to or from the depot, to and from parties,
weddings. &c. Leave orderpat Mansion House
or at my Livery & Sale Stable, Fisher street
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. CRINGLE
Aug. 19 tf.
Mortgage Deeds for sale heie
Table and Pocket cTTtfery elnjjaui and abuudaut,
Pistols from 25 cents to 20 plated revolvers.
Guns from children's 2 to 840 sporting.
IRON GATES and FENCES, aud gate latches.
BLANKS KEPT OS HAND.
SALISBURY, N. C.
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SALISBURY, N. C
J. K. BURKE, ?f
SALISRUKY, N. V.
JT Will also attend to the calling of sales
in the country for Administrators', Executors,
and others. Terms to suit the times. T-l&t