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The February Xttof Mrs. Cicero W.
Ifarri' Magazine of the above name, is a
decided improvement in size, on the first,
nud as a literary work ia legiuning to-t-
tmct attentioirand inquiry. Ttn table of
couteuts present the following:
Early Times In tbe CaroUnas,. ...Hon. Ed. Cantw.
BapUsui of Fire,....,.. M. Mary Woodaoo Jaryta.
Where am tne places we see Jn dreams. . J. H Boner.
Poets Laureat, rror. b. r. Mee..
SlsiBpU Campalgu ta Mouth CaroUna,
Svelyn'8 Choice JohfoMSS:
Ashes tot Beauty, A- c- loruoQ-
We take from Hon. Kd. Cantwell's ar
ticlfi on Early Times in the Caroliuas,"
onic extracts which present matter en
tirely new o most of jour readers. His
'Atlantis" is hew to us. Our historical
researches have never reached further
back thau about 6,000 years, but Mr.
Cantwell has fqund out things nine thou
sand years before the time of I'lato.
KAULY TIMES IN THE CAUOUNAS.
iys diftienlt to comprehend the incre
dulity with which any account of the an
dent Atlantis was formerly received. But
that,, upon-the-space between America
and Europe, where only the broad Atlan
tic now rolls, and the vast meadows of
Saragossa mantle its restless bosom with
it green foliage, there formerly existed a
i-nimtrv lnrper thau Africa, and surround
1 on tlm Knnth bv irrouns of islands.
Pasquotanks, Poteskeets, Matchapungos,
YaopinA, Woccous and Tuskaroras; all ot
whom had subimtted to the whites, ana
some were living with them as servants.
Tlie Chowausjwere settled on a tract le
tween Bennet and Catharine . Creeks.
Their fighting men amounted to about
fifty. The Cores, Cotechueys and Mafci-
nnskeets were settled in Hyde county,
around MatamnskeetLake. King Bluut
and his Indians had their territory ou the
Roanoke. The Hatteras tribe wereon
the sand-bank eastof the Pamlico. They
were very few and very poor. The Potes-
keet, or Currituck Indians, lived in east
ern Currituck, The Meherrins had their
lands allotted them between the Mehernn
and tbe Blackwater Rivers. The Tnska
roras, who, according to Catliu, were a
fair, blue-eyed race, descending from the
ancient European inhabitants of Carolma,
well known as a wild, fierce and inixed-
brboded tribe, -occupied a tract of land
p long the banks of the Neuse and lar
Rivers aad the adjacent country. They
had fifteen towns on these rivers and
could bring into the field twelve hundred
warriors. The rest could raise some four
hundred or five hundred more.
The white popualtion of the Port Royal
Ashley River and Charles Town settle-
ments was estimated at about seven thou
sand five hundred, of whom twelve hun
dred were tithables and capable of bear
The Indian population of South Caro-
tween which and the other continents of hina consisted of theBackhooks,Catawbas,
the globe communication was at least as ciierokees, Chickasaws, Creeks, Conga
iThe Maryland court of appeals decides
that colored men cannot be admitted to
practico law at the' bar under the laws of
that State. " ,
The Supreme Court of the United States
has just rendered a decision of some gen
eral importance to tlie Southern people,
to the effect that property sold under
Confederate confiscation reverts to the
Original owners. : , .
Roanoke Neics : The lock-up at this
place was broken into by tramps Thurs
day night and a lot of blankets stolen
therefrom. This is probably the first case
on record where a jail was brokeninto.
In 1877, 5G7 steamers and sailing ves
sels entered the port of Wilmington. That
statement alone will give some idea of
the commercial importance of this city.
During the ye,ar there was a considerable
increase of fxports over the preceding
year. I Vil. Star.
Important Decision of the U. S. Supreme
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 29. Tlie Su
preme Court decides in the case from
Charleston that gas light stock sold un
der the Confederate confiscation, reverts
to the original owners. The decision was
affirmed with costs.
The Four Per Cent. Loan.
Washington, Jan. 27. The Popular
subscription of over $2,000,000 to the
Published Wkxklt J,
Per Year, payable la advance,. . .. .'.
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; BRUNEKfiate eS!p ,-EUGENE L. HARRIS,
zlrtist in Crayon,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
. 1 25
MAKE YOUR OWN FERTILIZER.
rapid and frequent as now, is demonstra- ree U8ilbees, Muoes, Hooks, Kadapaws, j per cent, loan has been received wuli
ble upon the same testimony upon which Keyauwees, Russoes, Pedees, Salndas, great favor at the Treasury Department
rests many of tlie most interesting aiscov- saopag Santces,- Saratoes, Savannah,
eries of modern science. Nine thousand Toteros Yenmsees, Wateiees, Waxhaws,
years before the time of Plato (Plat. Veeuees, Westbes and Winyans.
Tima-u p. 24 seqq. ed. Hip. vol. v p. o, jhe Cherokces extended through Geor-
wpi.U. Critifts, i. 108) this was the seat aud thc upper pai t of South Carolina,
of an imperial race, whose sway extended betweeu the Saluda and the Broad Rivers.
over Africa as far as Egypt and dominated About 1735 they mustered six thousand
in Europe beyond even Itary to the lyr- rriorg. Tlie Catawbas dwelt ou both
jheuiau sea. pul ing a violent earth- sides of the Waterte. In 1743 they had
quake, which lasted a day and a night, four hundred warriors. The Sautees,
and was accompanied by inundations of Hooks and Backhooks, Winyaws, Pee-
for the first week and in the face ot the
financial agitation in -Congress it is re
garded as exceptionally large. At the
same rate $100,000,OJUO would be taken in
one year. It is believed that when the
opportunity for subscription is more gen
eral throughout the country this ratewill
Yoti can with these chemical make your
own Fertilisers at home, and thereby nave the
money paid for high priced commercial Guano.
The cost i nhimt one-fourth the price of com
mercial Fertilizer, and the yield 1 a great
and in many instance greater than in the com
mercial Guanos. All I ak i a trial. Chem
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chemical in Davie Count v
J. II. EtfXi., Dr.ig:l,
Salisbury, X. C.
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with ea:.e and therenv save so mucii corn.
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the sea, Atlantis disappeared and uaviga- dees, Waccamaws, Kadapaws, Weene
tion between the Eastern countries aua yatercegt chickasaws, Waxhaws and
the West was suspended for ages (Ibid). saratoe8 dwelt north of the Santec aud
The Pheuiciaus of Carthage were the first eagt of the Wateree Rivers. Tlie Enoes,
after this to venture past the Hilars 01 Toteros, Sapouas and Keyauwees lived
Hercules ami revisit the coast of Western uolth of them. The Conjrarees lived on
Africa. Here were situated the 11 umei ous the ri yer of that naue West of Ohai les
Tynan- cities, estimated by &traoo at t(m wero mailJ rciUuants of other nations
three hundred in number, which were de- once powerful. The Cherokees dwelt five
strayed by Pharuslaus and Nigiitians (2 i,und,ed miles from Charleston, and had
Como I rota this coast to Brazil two tilon84in(i fighting men
the distance is estimated uy air. aeyooin The political and religious institutions
at one thousand teveu hundred and nine- of these peoples would be an attractive
ty miles. I also learn from him that at a subject for me if I had the leisure to
-a a 1 1 r"l
distance ot a tew nines omy irom me himsue it. I think thev arc of Asiatic
Atrlcan coast there is a perpetual current oriu.
setting westward by Brazil to Hatteras,
witfT mi initi-il olruitv nf tlrvoo ntilpM twr I "OUT OF THE DEPTHS HAVE I
horfr. . This current indicates one of the CALLED TO. THEE."
tWO directions bv which, after the cat-as- Indlanapoll3 Herald Covington (Ky.) Letter.
Our young friends, Lee S. Ovenuau and
W. G. Burkhead, who argued their first
cause before the Supreme Court lately,
have-gained it. See digest of Chief Jus
tice Smith's opinion in Mauney v. Ingram
elsewhere. We eongratuiate our young
friends on thefr auspicious start, and wish
them "more of the same." Hal. Neics.
North Carolina Farmer.
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which bent beneath the weight, and when
relieved from the weight, flew back, car
rying a limb with it and strikiug Mr.
Long on the head with such a force as to
break his skull. He lingered till the next
day when he died.
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The six others who were on shore "pitch
ed in" to rescue the drowning o.iep and
they were all drowned. j
The Wadeshoro 7eivfo? learns that eiht
negroes were drowned in the northern
art of Anson county, week before last.
trophe of Atlantis the European race first Here, in our little-town, we have had a They were crossing a creek; two-, ot them
Vipr3iiiH iwminititril with North iitwl Cen-I bh! nnl truthful ill nf ration of woman's : were on the toot-lor. trvinr to cross, and
tral America. iliiustice to her sex. A man who held a ! the others were steadying the log, (the
ml. - ii 1. . 1..4...1.. I -l i t.. 4 .. et ,,..t. l...uw liJ.r'i .mil w!f tin. In
Alie existence ui .vuiiuns una liii-eiv it:- uepiltv couiu uiiico uiaiiiru ii oimiu i nuui ""n" o..,
Aivfd u n pxnectpd cor rolio ration from the tin il rennt and hronirht her ln'ie. i irave wav atnl the two that were on tm
discoveries of modern science. Immedi- The wife, duriug the four vears she rc-! log fell in, and were washed down stream
fttely below thet chalk aud gTccn sand of niaiued here-, lived a pure, good life, striv-
Eugland a fluviatile formation, called the ing amid, difficulties to show to the world
wealden, occurs, vrhieh has been uscer- that she wanted to '"lead a different life
tained to extend from west to east two j than the one she had left. She was never
hundred English miles, and from north-i known to thrust herself in any one's path,
west tojsouthoast two hundred, with a nevereven speaking to any person ; al-
thickuess of about two thousand feet, w-ays kind, gentle and modest. And not
These phenomena, says Lyell (vol. 4, p. one woman iu the town ever went near
AOS), clearly indicates that there was a her ; not one of the many Christians said
constantupply in that region of fresh to her, wo or I wjll help y ou, but left her
water, such as might be supposed to have alone to her sorrow and temptations, and
drained a-country of the size of Atlantis, T trust Christ mav have found-her wher
and which must have contained within it ever she may be
K loftv chain of mountains. The catas
trohhe to which I have alluded interrunt- A SKELETON OF AN INDIAN FOUND
ed the intercourse between the West and
the East for ages.
The next most authentic mention of
IN A MAUL PIT. i
Ia speaking of the wonders of tlie age,
America occurs in the traditions of the nd liing8 .developed daily, old Pitt can
Irish! They claim to have visited and hovr one of the greatest wonders of tho
colonized this country jn the early part age. In opening a - bed oilman on the
of the tenth ccnturv. Probably it was farm of Mr. A. Case, some days since,
about the year 032 Ari Marsson, of the they struck into what is supposed to be a
powerful Icelandic race of Ulf, the squint- creek or small river, some six or eight
eyed being, driven by storms southward, feet below the snrtaee. 1 here they foiui'l
reached the coast of North Carolina. nd an Indian canoe with a skeleton of a hu-
there mot a settlement of white men, aud being, sitting ujiright, with the reiu-
waa there baptised by them in the Chris- ant of a paddle in lus hand. It is sup-
tian faith. The conutry .was then called posed that the embankment must have
Jlritrammannalaml, or White Man's Laud, given away and buried fhis person while
and Irlaud it Mikia. or Oreat Iiphmd7nnd sittiiic at its base. How long ago this
was inhabited bya people whocauie orig- was one can tell, as it has puzzled the
iuHily.from Ireland ou the eastern side of many peasons who have come to look at
the Atlantic by the southern route via this wonderfub discovery and develop
Caie liajador, in Africa. They extended n,ent of the grand secrets that are buried
their settlements aud conquests north, under the very land that we walk upon.
FENCE LAW TROUBLES.
It is learned that there is a considerable
controversy progressing between the far
mers on the borders of Mecklenburg and
Iredell counties in reference, to the oper
ations of the fence law. It seems that
cattle of Iredell fanners have been feeding
upon Mecklenburg grass, or wlteat and
oats, as the case may be. Mecklenburg
farmers took them up and the fence law
made, the Iredell men pay the cost ot get
ting them out of tlie pound. The latter
claim that Iredell, never having voted for
the fence law, cannot be affected by it in
any way whatever, aud that if Meckleu-
urg county des not keep up the county
"ence, it is her own look out. Our in
formant states that several parties are
ibout to go to law over the matter. It is
a little singular that these questions have
not arisen before.
FARMER'S YOUR ATTENTION !
The 'Arabian' Su;:ir Cant- was brought to
America during tlii World's Fair at Vienna,
in lbTo. Jt will yield double that ol any olher
quality ever grown in this country. Tbe stalk
grow on an average of 12 to 1 i feet high, and
from 4 to h inches in circumference. The
Syrup made from ii it of tbe very finest quali
iv. Also a good (jMalily f sugar can be made
from it. We b :ve sent this seed to every State
in the Union, and returns from it are highly
satisfactory. A-'tnts are wanted to canvass in
evcrv County and take orders. fr these and
ui Iter seeds. A simple jm.-kaue of tlie Arabian
Sugar Cane Seed containing enough to' plant
ll-Sofan acre, and special terms to agents,
j with my Seed I alalo&ue fwr 1S7S will be sent
j to any address on receipt of Fifty Cents. In
strueiiotu for planting and cultivating tire
printed on every package,
V. S. TIPTON, See Ism ir,
1 3:4 1. Cleveland, Teiinesee.
mm again :
And I am happy to say that I have the best
selected stuck ot
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
I have ever offered in this m uket; and can
sell them lower than ever known before
I'.lack Alpaca, 2o t -i'li ts. per yard; 4-4 Sheet
ing 7 i t-.; Fianntls, "JO to "i0 els.; and bargains
in pant good-; bargains iu every department.
Akkivk. ; Leavf. -
8 55 A.M. - , - - "iTrr'-fv- -
9 04 A.M. y 45 " ' ' - - T ZT
VI IS P. M. 12 20 P. M. - ' Vs3rr"ii I -r N tC.
3 37 " 3 40 P. M. J?L v Lt;V&'-jJ '
. i - FAVIf
Third Creek. .
Morganton . ...
Aloog the American coast to Iceland. In
the oldest Icelandic documents the earli
est inhabitants of that island are called
4'We&t Men who had come across the
Western Sea" (Kimmir til vesta n urn haf),
iind the jsorthern antiquaries say that
these men yverxi Irishmen from Carolina
iind Virginia, who had first settled there.
CharlestoH, Aetr and Courier24ti : The
Governor ami State officers are in receipt
of information that Peter Cooper, of New
York, has expressed a doterminution to
purchase Limestone Springs, near Spar
tanburg for the purpose of establishing an
institute similar to the Cooper institution
In nnnrlif fir It ti vt I fl lir. I WTO
itr;!;; ..f r...t i., n..,: Paries holding mortgages uiKn the prop
was visited aud described by Eric Rundau,
jiud in 110 by Modoc, tlio son of Ovreu
Culneth (Humboldt, f?ojo pp, 133
. . 9
, - , F01i;i,ATION,
erty, is now in Now York negotiating the
sale with Mr. Cooper or his agents, and
the Governor is daily expecting an an
nouncement that the transaction has beeu
Henry.... ti 00 A.M.
Old Fort f. 12 A. M. 0 15 "
Marion 7 07 " 7 10 "
Rridgewater 7 52 " 7 55
Moriianlon S 22 " 8 28 '
hard 05 ' fl 10 "
Hu-koiv 'j r0 " !l 52
Canova : 10 20 " 10 23 "
Newton Id 35 10 37 '
Catawba 1 1 25 ' 11 35 "
Plotts 11 55 12 00 P. M
Statisville 12 32 l M.H2 52 "
Thinl ('nek 1 10 " ! 1 45 "
Salisbury - . .'50 " j
In thi line I can oiler jrrcat inducements,
and can sav to my customers that they can save
25 per cent, by calling on me before buying
A LS( )
A full line of Hats, Roots, ShocsL Crockery,
lirocerics, Ac., and I expect to continue the
ROOT AND II ERR BUSINESS
as heretofore. Call and see.
Simoiiton Female College.
Statesville. 3K". C.
The Fall Terra Opens Aug. 29, 1877.
Hoard and English tuition, v.0O ptr-scs-sion
nf twenty w eks. Catalogue and circular
with full particulars, on application.
Addrcs MRS. E. N. (JR NT,
What Cuxgmax Thinks Ar.ouT it.-
.Jn J715 the North .Carolina settlers were Gen, Thos. L. Clingman, of this State,
located principally, oa tJe- north side of who haft been in Washington nearly all
AJbf ojarlo bound, and consisted of sonxe winter, has recently been interviewed,
fourteen huudrcd, tithables; a thithaWe and anions other things said i "The at-
lueant forking hand be.v,eeu sixteen tempt top nt. Mr. Tilden, or any other
iud sixty, and tm number of tithables,! man, forward at this time is perjnatui-e
iiccording to the. usual estimate, civea us and should le discountenanced. Such an
i,totai oi luen, wo.neu ana fuijaren attempt will oiilv damage Mr. ulden's
(whites) of a,lx)ut nine thousand. I 1693 chances. Two years heuco will do to
fhe population ojf Albemarle was esllnja- name a candidate. There is plenty,,. of
t& ajt five lUoivJand, an increase of nearly time, I was in the St. Louis Convention,
one hundred per cent, iu fourteen years, land -my '.first choice was Hancock for
I n 1707 the population ws eigt thou- j President, but ail of, us from 4the South
;sand, r In AJJUenjarle and Clarendon were n unit on one thing. Wo wanted
lontajneJ tentlwusaud jersons.. I tlie strongest uau, Wc acquiesced io
Tlie Indian population North ('aro-Jin tiieelioice of Mr. Tildeji, as he seemed
1 ina .consisted of tiibes of liear lUvers, to lie very strong in the- North. Ho was
ChowausrChonomokeSjCounainox, Cores, elected, and it is pretty much his own
iJete.chueys, Croatans, Ma.tamus.keets,i fault thai lie was not .inaugurated,"
A WORD TO THE PRIDE.
Please let an old married woman say a
few words to those among your young
lady readers who are newly married or
Now, girls, probably you all look for
ward to a life of happiuess with the -husband
of your choice, bnt it will depend
upon your actions, in great measure, how
much happiness you have. Probably j ou
are caressed and petted now, but you
must not depend on that for your con
tentment; better far find your joy iu show
ing your love for your family and neigh
bors in 'deeds of kindness, than in wait
ing for others to do gtMd to you. Your
husband, probably is engaged in business
which occupies his mind and attention so
he may not wish to fondle you at all
times. But do not lie afraid that a kind
word or helping hand will eyer come
amiss to him, and every kiss or kind word
in time of trpuble, will make yon seem
nearer to him. Above all else do not let
unkind or cross words ever pass your
lipsmake it a rule to let all little differ
ences between yon rest until such time as
you are loth in a good nature, and my
word tor it, the elephant you thought you
saw, will only be a mouse aud not worth
speaking of. An old Irish lady was talk
ing to the waiter just before her own ruar-
and her words, . though homely,
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of good advice. Saul she
"Faith, Lizzie, an' if yer ould tuoti gits
mad, jist ye kape your own mouth shut,
and, by Jiiy word he'll not quarrel much
an' no one to quarrel wid; and when he
is after being good natured he will love
ye the better for it." Try it reader, and
if it does not work to a charm, both to
get love and keep it, let me know, and we
will trv to find some other rule to help
you. Aunt Bessie in American Farm
arc advised to call at this otl'i' c for l;i;idliills to advertise their stock horses. We are
prepared to till orders on r-hort notice at from .$'2 upward, according to siz.e, style, and
number. Vi c arc also well -prepared to furnish advertisements for
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it will become more iinpcritivc as the spirit (tf. improvement increases.
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call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice to owners to put. up
their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale. The re
quirtments of the law on the subject every body knows areJnsulticient. Property is
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in advertising might have
saved it and made it bring its vahtc. We furnish sale notices promptly antPcheap.
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aud a proportional sum by devoting their
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isfied we will send ore dollar to pay for the
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Buckeye Mower and Reaper.
.Sweepstake's Threasher & Cleaner.
Eclipse Portable Farm Engines.
Ilion Wheel Horse Rakes.
CARDS, Rosters, all kinds, -
Continental Feed Cutter.
Bait Stvvl and Cast Plows.
Watt Cast Plows.
Mill Stones, Smut Machines.
Bolting Cloths, Belting.
Mill Machinery in General.
Send for Catalope ail Price List.
A S-30 CVntennuil Sewing Machine. New
warranted to be good,
ill at ibis ollice. 9:Gt.
DR. RICHARD H. LEYIS,
(Late Professor of niseases of the Kye anl ;ir
in the Savannah Medical (,'olicj.e.)
Practice Iimitcd to Ihe
EYE and EAR,
RALEIGH, N. C.
I'efers to the State Medical Society and
to the Georgia Medical Society.
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Wngon which are nlways redv to convtv ier
nons to or Irom tlie depot, to and. from parties
weddings. xc. L,eave order; at Mansion Hons
or at my Livery & Sale Stable, Fisher street
near Railroad brid-e.
Aug. 19. tf.
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