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One dar weekiIila w4 and drear j,
A we wendeil, weak, nd weary,
We heard, at first, gentle tapping.
Then it became ao earnest nxPno
At our aanrtuiu door.
"Come f n V we said; while yet lie pondered.
And ia ailenee wa atill wondered
What for ua eould be io tore;
Then, the door-bolt gently turniu?, -lU
be walked. Oor cheek was buruinj I
Thoughts of crimsoij gore,
"Are you the man who doea the writing V
(What wrd wiB rhyme with thU but
fiicbtingf , ; , , .
Quickly thought we, oVr and o er).
"Sir, we are," we gently told Iiim,-
podding to tho boys to hold him,
If he tried to beat ua sore.
"Then youll pleaae give me a credit
Opposite that little debit, .
For two dollars more.
I like your paper, and will take it
A log ya WH strive to make jt
X good os it has beeo before,"
We Jumped! lie dodged! Thus we miss
ed, Or we surely would bare kissed him,
No matter if the boys did roar;
So seldom treated in thU manner,
W felt inclined to sing hosanuah !
Only this and nothing more.
, j ' Printer? Circular.
HOW KAISINS ABE I'HKPAKED.
A atrip'of land bordering tho Mcditerra
pean, somewhat less than iw miles m
length and in width not exceeding 5 or C,
fsthe tasin producing territory of Spain
Beyond these boundaries the Muscatel
grape, from which the raisin is princpal-
ly produced, may grow and thrive adnn
dantljv but the fruit must go to the mar
ket or the wwe press, When the grapes
begin to ripen in August tho farmer care
fully inspects the fruit as it lies on tho
wariu dry soil, and one by one clips the
clusters as they reach perfection. In al
most all vineyards slats of masonry are
prepared, looking like unglazed hot beds.
and covered with fiue pceblea, on which
the fruit is exposed to dry. But the small
proprietor prefers not to carry his grapes so
far. It hi better,, he thinks, ' to deposit
them nearer at hand, whore there is less
danger of bruising, and where bees and
wasps are less likely to find them. Day
by day the cut branches are examined
and turned, till they are suotcie utjy cured
to be borne to the house, usually ou the
hill top," and there deposited in the empty
wine press, till enough have been collec
ted for the trimmers and packers to be
gin their work. At this stago great piles
Of rough dried raisins are brought forth
from the wine press and heaped upon
boards. One by one the bunches are care
fully inspected, thoao of the first quality
being trimmed of all irregularities aud
imperfect berries anddeposited in piles
by 'themselves ; so in turn are treated
those of the second quality, while the
clippings and inferior fruit arc received
- into baskets at the feet of tho trimmers
and reserved for home consumption. A
quantity of small wooden trays are now-
brought forward, just the size of a com
mon raisin box and about an inch deep.
In these papers are neatly laid so as to
lap over and cover the raisins evenly de
posited in the trays, which are then sub
jected to heavy pressure in a rude press
After pressing the raisins are dropped into
the boxes for market.
AN ACTIVE VOLCANO IN THE MOON.
When examining the surface of the moon
. M ay 7, 1877, Or, Herman n - J. Klein of
Koln, noticed .what seemed to him to be a
new crater on the Maro Vaporuru, a little
to the northwest of the well known crater
-of Hygfnus. , Being deep and dark, and
about threo miles in diameter, it formed
conspicuous object on the dark gfav
Mare Vaporum, Haviug frequently ob
served this region during' the last twelve
years, Dr, Klein felt certain that tho era
ter was new. Communicating his obser
vation to Dr. Schmidt, of Athens, he was
Assured by that veteran selenographer
that no uch crater appeared in any of
hia numerous drawings of that part of the
Unar .mrfc.ee : nor is it akown by Schro
ter, Lohrrnann, or madler, who carefully
drew the same region with th flue refrac
tor of Dbrpat, In April, 1878, Dr. Klein
laid the discovery before the Selenographi
cal Society, sinco then the now crater has
been observed by several English stu
dents of the moon. The Maro Yapoi-um
lies close to the center of the visible sur
face of tho moon, so that objects iu this
region are very slightly affected by the
lhnar librations. The icgion has. been
closely studied by many, and as it conr
tains several well known craters, some of
them less than a mile iu diameter, it
evident that tho large crater described by
Klein ia new.
x anctihg Himself a Tl kk. A Long
Iftland farmer named James Atkinson, re-
aiding At SajTille, Suffolk countj, has
been afflicted with a qneer mania since
February last, and on Sunday it took a
fatal turn and resulted in the stabbing
nd subsequent death of hid brother-in-law,
John ' Gordon, Atkinson fancied
himself s Tnrk and complainotl grievous
ly of the wrongs done him by' the Una
eians. On Sunday his erazo took a vio
lent forim After taking his supper be
went to Gordon' house. Gonlon was
fitting in the front room iolhe tlark. As
soon aa Atkinson entered the house he
began to talk loudly and dispute with
Gordon, who, anticipating trouble, made
nn attempt to reach a eh air with which
to defend himself. At he reached for the
chair, Atkinson stabbed him in the back,
the knife blade penetrating the left lung.
Atkinson then seized ail axe which stood
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ptm. Officer Wells soon after. witlrK
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tlto aid of some citizens, arrested him at
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his residence, and om Monday ho was taken
to Yaphank to await tho action of tho
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DE. RICHARD H. LEWIS,
(tate ProfeMor pf Diseases of the Eye and Ear
in the .Savannah Ale4ical (Jollege.)
Practice tiimiteil lo the
EYE ana EAR,
RALEIGH, N, QK
Refers to the State Medical Society and
to the Georgia Medical Society.
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STOP AT THE
t , SALISBURY, N. C,
O. S. BROWN, Prop'r.
(Late of the National Hotel, Raleigh.)
B-AT HOME AGAIN.
Ravins leased this lioiioe for a term of voarn.
I would be pleased to have mv friends pall and
we me. It will be kept as a FlllST-CLASS
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Board: Two Dollars Per Day.
-OMXIBtfS AT EVERY TRAIN.-a
Lare Samnle Rooms for Commercial T.
el lew. TRY ME.
C. 8. CROWN, Jr.
January, 1st, 1878. llitf.
J. T. Mookk.
A. A. THOkrsoK.
MOORE & THOMPSON,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Special attention paid to the sale of
Consignments Solicited. Highest Price
Refers to Citizens National Bank, Raleigh
N.C. oo.5m;, 6 '
ted to Cure!
EXXISS' CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE
or money refunded if directions are
PEICE 25 CENTS, at
Sfytf. ENNISS' Drug Store.
N. C.'Raii. Bo ad Compiut.
Secretary and Treasurer's Offiee,
Company Shops, N. C. May 31. '78
Mock holders of the North Carolina Rail Road
Company, will be held in Hillsboro. N. O, on
the aecond Thursday of July, 1878, and the
transfer books of stock of said cempany will be
closed from this dale until after the meeting
W. L. THORNBURO,
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their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale. The re
quirements of the law on the subject every body imows arc insufficient. Proerty is
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saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices promptly and cheap.
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Lost,, at It. J. Holmes' store or elsewhere
in Salisbury, June 21, a leather pockct-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. It.
J. Holmes, Salisbury. Jas. A. Hkid.
June 2Cth, 1878. 36:2t
Notice is hereby given that an election will
be held on Thursday, firt day of Auguxt, A.
D., 1878; at the several voting precincts in
Kowan County, for the following officers, to
A Chief Justice, and two Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court; a Judge of the Superior
Court for the 7th Judicial District, a Judge of
the Superior Court for the 8th Judicial Dis
trict, and a Judge of the Superior Court for
the 9th Judicial District, and a Solicitor for
the 7th Judicial District all of whom eh.il I
be voted for on one ballot.
A State Senator for the 30th Senatorial Dis
trict, and two members of the Donne of Kep
reaentatites who shall be voted for ou one
The following County officers, to wit: Clerk
of the Superior Court, Tresurer, Kegixter of
Deed, Surveyor, Coroner and Sheriff who
shall be voted for on one ballot.
If an elector has previously been ad
mitted to registration in any Township in
Rowan County, he will not be allowed to reg.
irter again in another Township until he pro
duces a certificate of the Registrar of the for
mer Townhip that said elector has removed
from said Township, and that his name has
been erased from the registration books of the
Township from which he has removed.
C. F. WAGGONER, Sheriff.
June 22d, JS78. 3G:lm.
BLANKS KEPT ON HAND.
mj r Aw ju?
Sttorncs at Sato,-
Who bu had prater experience in the treatment of the
exual trmrtrfea of both male and female than any phvt iciaa
in the Weie, jrivM the results of hi Ions antf ccciaful
pracuce in hia twe wrkj jn m1mhi, mtitlfC
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Booke that are reallT flle aa4 MMntndM In all mat.
ten pertaining to Uanluml and Vniuhw. and fupnly
wot long fctt. Th y ara braaurnllj UlaMniiM, and in plain
Mi.xuafte, easily unlnttood. The two bookt embrare545
PK, and contain Talaable lafbraiallua fur both marrKdand
iiiiifle.with !lthe rmvnt improvement in medical trratmrat
Ki-aOwhatour homepapers aay iThc know led frr iniunrteU
TO Br. Hiu' new work ia In no way of queationable char,
actrr, but la omethin ti er.ry m tkeaM kaw. Tho
Mtb.the Tirtiin of earlv indiarrptuvnt w. .. -u
rwrfoctly healthy mayhe.bnt with wanintrT'por InthepHme
u iimv. Mia .mm ti .mi am, in m
rmm tne many ills her aex u
to." St, Louis JonrnaL
both in oneTolume, (t in rluth and
gin, ci. extra. (eti( onucr seal, 01
receipt or price ia aoooey ox etampa.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
ON LEE STREET.
Complete in all its Details.
CRAWF0RD & HOLMES
Come forward with ample facilities to accom
modate regular and transient customer.
They have aplendid stock horses and vehi
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nish any outlit required. Will send travellers
on their way to any point. Will board and
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Will fill order for hauling. Will buy and
cell horses. Invite Drovers to come to the
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services for leas money than ever before given.
Will buy grain and provender. And as they
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Cvme and try us.
JAS. K. CRAWFORD,
In n, l adWorphlnnhlt fared.
HI l TbOrlelnalaalenWaiMlaU
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