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Yfritten for U Watchman.
Thon human germ and little man I
Thy father pride and mother joy !
Cubits of power within a span !
Yet may thy onl expttuding bloom
Pierce hearen itself ere it fiud room I
Young player on life's real stage,
Fond eyes onheo expectaut bewi!
Perform thy part; for storms and age
Shall q.feucli the lights, theeurtaiu rend!
If snared the seven lamed acts to fill
Kt Shakesueare limued, Gutlgrant thee
wW mb Ids for thee to-nieht,
Mv bov. but breathe this glowinsj
; prayer: I
t f ! thir law bo h S delifflit;
. , ..' t.:' ... tk ii,Atir'i snare. fT,
AOl Sve uuu ..wu. ... . '
Tliariur cs owieatn m m--p -tiold's
glitter, bed of libertine.
And Mlph'roui, blood-pollatwl breeze
The war-stol wiiffs, ambition-mad;
From dangers of the laud and seas:
From sickness and misfortune aad;
From foes that wield the carnal sword,
Or blast the, life by slanderous word;
From Ignorance's slavish chain;
, From Poverty's deep-galliug yoke;
From Crime and Folly's solid stain;
From sham Hypocrisy's urst cloak;
'From Passion's foul debasing sway;
W. ,-ni, tliidrndatliedav:
. , . , . -
From all the thousand ills mat uirong,
Like Furies dire and Cyclops grim,
Life's dark and rugged path along,
0 Lord, wilt thou deliver him !
And make him gentle, kind aud true.
E'en th-j his gains or friends be few1.
O, may he love the toilfr part,
And hrAvftlv earn his dailr bread
'Neath pure skies, which the pare in heart
Look up to witn no lazy uiuau.
Far from the city's enioke. and din,
Ad from the-little art that win.
A brief, luxurious tenure here,
Sated with Glorv's fulsome glw.
And Wealth's on-earned enjoyment drear,
And baubles Vanity must show.
May honest sweat give him the charm
Of health and freedom on the firm !
E. P. H.
DO IT NOW.
The best time to do anything is at the
M & ' . a . , . ar I
nrst convenient opportunity tuat ouers
after the doing becomes a necessity. We
would jiot have a man leave a hay field,
and go a mile or two for tools and appli
ances to replace a broken tooth in a rake
but we would have him replace it before
the rake was again taken to the field. A
strap or a string may serve to repair a
ViruVnn kirnMi for tho-timo tint, fha fir.
mer should no m6re think of continuing
its use in au unsafe condition than the
sailor should think of putting to sea for a
new voyage with the jury masta he had
rigged with which to make port after his
pars had been carried away by a gale.
Neither should he neglect to keep close
attention to everything about the prem
ise, 'i hat gate post is an luch from the
perpendicular to-day not sufficient tb
attract general notice. It will require
but little labor now to put it in place
Dona wait till it leans six inches and the
the gate touches the ground reqiring much
eflort to swing it. A loose nut maybe
discovered by an examination, which, ii
left' to itMtf, will result iu a break-down.
at a very inconvenient time and place.
The horse's shoe may be tightened now,
if the necessity be observed, with little
trouble ; delay may cause reribug injury.
To do things promptly and at the ear
liest moment, you will make just the dif
ference of allowing you to drive your Work
ahead in accordance with your proposed
plans or to be djiven to do your work
at a disadvantage. - If you can choose
jour time and plough , a field when it is
just in right condition, you gain If yon
are compelled to plough when either too
wet or too dry, because other work is dri
ving and you have no choice, you will
loose-and so with every department of
tana work. If vou will keen ahead.
-if not your work will keep ahead of you
and: .when the season is over, you will
have labored more and accomplished lew
than your neighbor who has learned that
delays are dangerous, and does, every
taing in sea&on. J?urn JWw Yorker.
Moving Strtncberry Beds.YoT several
years past I have adopted the practice of
mowing my strawberry beds at the peri
od that the plant cease3 to put forth new
leavea, and the old ones look dry and
rusty. The treatment prevents the pro
duction of runners to any great extent,
the bed being renewed by offshoots from
the crowns of the old, roots. Usually by
fall the plantation will exhibit one masV
of fresh grown leaves. This treatment
fails onJy when a dry and hot spell suc
ceeds the mowing. I have never suffered
ut once in this way, when the beds were !
hadly horned and thined out, I did not
lose them, however, as they afterwards
revived, and though five or six years
old, look, this season like new beds. I am
o well aatiafied with this system, tbafl
lwJ continue it, taking the risk
ct having" the 'operation defeat by a drouth
which- fte all happens occasionally.
With plenty of rain it succeeds perfectly.
Shipment o Grapii.
Last Tuesday Mr. H. B. Horne, of the
well-known and extensive Tokay vine
yard sear this place, made, quite a large
sh ipmen t North of early ; table grapes
Delaware, Concords,' in fine order,
jieffertf '-tpo and Tery fine and luscious.
We cdagrrftulate "Tkayw ou this fine
hviuj. Fayettrille Gazette.
I never shall
Forget the first Dose.
sv i was confined to mr house more than year.
fk m.mt&aor the timet was entirely belole I
obliged to-iiAfe two rnea help me la and out or
bL I wis swollen it Inches larger thin my natu
riaroo.'d myw I aatrered all a .man could
and live. I tried all remedies tor Dropsy. I had three
KntSrs. My Mends all expected I would
: many nights l was expecieu jrr;, i
lne. At lost V emetine was sem. uis j
" .V,.irv:rr fh tir ri,.w i could realize Ita
i hn eiiin now aulte last,
Tsrr tikiiw wMae 10 bottles, 1 could walk trom one
mm ta mro 1 1 nitrnu
trinw' MvaJoeUte waseood;
m,-Tv thi time disauoeared. 1 Kett
am a carpenter and btUklrtr. Jwlaalso say it naa
cured an aunt ot my wite of Netiralglu, who had
! KUb lUl UMII WW w
suffered tor more tnao to yeara. duo "--
not had any neuraifiia ror eufm muia. "-
rven It' to one of my children tor CmnkertuM Umr.
have no doubt la my mind it will cure any humor.
It is a f ft cleanser of thblood; it saf J Jwa
child. I wlU recommend it to the world. Mr Uier
is ho years old, and ne ayn were
jrtve strength and life to an aped person, i cannot
be tno thaaWul tor the use of it. 1 am
Very gratef ail youw, rfu. o. n
A ix. pisBAftes or the Blood. If Veobtimi wlU re-
ana care uca uiacwca,
mrMir nhmiiin m:in reaiedles and suffering
I tor years, U It not conclusive proof, U you are a but-fm-vAj
can be cur&lT Why H tola medicine per-
fonntmrsuch ereatcareHT It works la the blood, la
U.ve ,nfcalJtUn: fl-Jld. can truly be eriuea me
w :ion.t WfAw.4 The irreit source disease
ortirtnates la the blood : anJ no medicine tnat noes
not act directly upon it to purify awl renovate, has
any Just claim upon public attention.
I OWE MY HEALTH
TO YOUR VALiUBUB
Kxwpoet, Kv- Apr, WT?.
Mb. II. It Stevxws:
lx?ar Sir, Havt&jj surleren irom a ore&ung oui
Cankerout Sorts lor more man live yean cauocu uj
in iu--t,lpnt of a rracLured bonn. vrblch fracture ran
Into a nmnlnf sore, and having mea every tning i
oould think of and nothing beipod me, until 1 had
taken six bottles of your valuable medicine wnrca
Mr. Miller the apothecary recommenaea very muiy.
The sixth bottle cured inc. and all I can say, is that
I owe my health to your valuable Vegetlne.
i our most obeatent servant.
- A LBKKT VOX BOEDER.
it is nnneftessarv for me to enumerate tae disea
ses for which the Vkoktink should be used. I know
of no disease which will not admu oz its use, witn
good results. Almost Innumerable complaints are
caused by poisonous secretions la the blood, which
can be entirely expelled from the system oy ine use
of the Veuetinx. When the blood is peneciiy
cleansed, the disease wl'd rapidly yield; all pains
cease; bealtoy acUoa is prommy reswrea, ana me
patient Is cured.' -
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, April 10, 1377.
f. , . . - . r k.. n ah p.n i . k m luwt
Complaint for a lone time. I have consulted the best
doctors in this city. I have used your Vsornxx tor
this disease, and it has cured me waen the aoctrt
failed to do so. Yours truly,
EKNEST DUKIQAN, Residence 6i Race su.
Place of business, 5T3 Cent . Ave.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
DR. RICHARD H. LEWIS,
(Lat Profdfcaor of Diaeanes of tb Ere and Car
in the Savannah Medical Collie.)
Practice Iiimfted to the
EYE and EAR
RALEIGH, N. C.
Refers to the State Medical Society and
to the Georgia Medical Society.
41 j. .
Don't neglect to taJT on C PIvler at thm
Book Stort for all kinds of Booka wanted: Th
beat QBliy and latest styles of wmiaf paper
kepthere. r Also the reoownsd Stneer 8iwf
MachtseesnJiehad her. .at. from $35 to : 10.
lis reapcetfully invitrs all to call and examine
goods jnd machines. llrly.
I heard of a great many cur oy uslns vegeune ai-
mit ran ahTi In KttOriil til HIT WOfK. 1
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Just pitblinhed, a new edition of jTr.
Calverwell'i Celebrated Essay on
the radical care without medicine) of
Sfkrmatobehcea or Seminal Weakne, In
voluntsry Seminal Lowe,lMtOTKHCY, Mental
and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
rU&e. etc.: aluo. CoxstTMFTiox, Epilepsy and
Vim, induced by -indulgence or sexnal ex-
SeKmi rice m-weaieo envelope, oniy ix oeni.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Ehsv, clearly demonMrntef, from a thirty years'
itticceWol practice, that the alarming conw
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without the dangeroua use of internal medicine
or the application of the knife; pointing out a
mode of core at onre wimple, certain, and effect
ual, by mean of which every sufferer, no mat
ter what hi condition may he, may cure him-
nelf eheaol. privately, ami radically.
B5uThift Lecture should be in the handu of
every youth and every man in the land.
Kent under feal, in a plain envelope, to any
adddreM, poar paid, on receipt of six cents or
two pontage riant pa.
Address the PuMUhers,
THE CULVER WELL MEDICAL CO-
41 Ann St, New York; Post Office box, 4586.
People ar pwtlir.,- equjUnwU uii.l iho wk
arc not cmjrht to 1 wlU tU v oudrful nr1t of
tt frnal American ll-mu.v, tb
rOR HAN. AND BEAST.
ThUllalroent wry naturally orlxlnatd In Ameri
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orprUinx antidote for the maladies of hcrchll
drea. IU fame has been spreading- for S years,
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cure in the world for accidents occurring in the
family, la the absence of a physician, such a
barns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma
tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par
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It Is the cheapest remedy in the world, for It
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and a single
ppUcatlon is generally sufficient to cure.
Mexican Mustang Liniment la put np In three
Vs of bottles, thelarger ones being properttoa-
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STOP AT THE
SALISBURY, U. C.
O. S. BROWN, Prop'r,
(Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)
-AT HOME AGAIN.
Having leaned this bouse for a term of ytarn,
I would be pleased to have mv friend call and
ee me. It will be kept n a' FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL IN EVERY RESPECT.
Board : Two Dollars Per Day.
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Large Sample Rooma for Commercial Trav
ellers. TRY ME.
C. S. BROWN. Jr. )
W. O. SH ELBURN. Clerk.
January, Irt, 1878. ll:lf.
J . T. Mooxb. A. A. TuoMrso.
MOORE & THOMPSON,
EALEIGH, N. C.
Special attention paid to the salt of
. FOWLS, &c,
Consignments Solicited. Highest Price
Befera to Citisena National Bank, Raleigh,
f arrantei to Gflie!
ENXISS CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE
or , money: refunded if direction are
N. C. Rail Road Compakv, )
. Secretary and Treasurer's OiBce.
CoxrAmr Snow, N. C May 31, '78. )
Th twentv-ntnth annual mntino nf th
Stockholders of the North Carolina Rail Road
' a a -
Cnmnan K- h.M u;u v r
the S-cond Thnrad.y of July, 1878, and the
transfer books of stock of said cempany will be
closed fwra thisdstsnnUl after the meeting,
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Administrators, executors, commissioners, sher-fis, constables, agents, Arc, are advised to
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Lost, at R. J. Holmes' store or elsewhere
in Salisbury, June 21, a leather pocket-look
containing a judgment against Jacob Miller
for over $80; a note on Moses Trexler's es
tate for $19.20; and a note on Wiley Bean
for about $40, with other papers of less val
ue. A suitable reward will be paid for the
recovery of these papers if left with Mr. R.
J. Holmes. Salisbury. Jas. A. Reid.
June 26th, 1878. 36:2t
Notice is hereby given that ao election will
be held on Thursday, firtt day of Augiut, A.
D., 1878; at the several voting precinct in
Rowan ikrtiuty, for the following officers, to
A Chief Justice, and two Associate Justices
of the Supreme Court; a Judge of the Superior
Court for the 7th Judicial Oiatrict, a Judge of
the Superior Court for the 8th Judicial Di
trict. and a Judge of th Superior Court for
the 9th Judicial District, and a Solicitor for
the 7lh Judicial District all of whom shall
be voted for on one ballot,
A Stste Senator for the 30th Senatorial Dis
trict, and two members of the Houae of Rep
reaentativea wbo shall be voted for on one
The following Connty officer, to wit: Clerk
of the Superior Court, TreMirer, Rginttr of
Deeds, Surveyor, Coroner-and Sheriff wbo
aball be voted for on one. ballot.
tg. If an elector has previously been ad
mitted to registration in any Township in
Rowan County, he will not be allowed to reg
ister again in another Township until he pro
daces a certificate of the Registrar, of the for
mer Township that said elector has removed
from said Town-hip, snd that hU name has
been erased from the registration books of the
Township from which he has removed.
C. F. WAGGONER. Sheriff.
June 22d, U78. 3C:lm,
KEPT ON HAND.
SALISBURY, N. C.
i tmi .
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