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THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874.
Seed Potatoes and Fertil-
izkks. Mr. K. II. Judd, of South
Hadley, Mass., in an essay read be
fore the Franklin Harvest Club,
" After experimenting with most
kinds of fertilizers and methods of
planting and cultivating the potato,
I have solved tho problem to my
satisfaction. I am confident that
the beat results can be obtained on
the majority of oar soils by first
plowing, then thoroughly pulver
izing and drilling at least five inches
deep. Then apply in drill manure
of first quality at the rate of five
loads per acre, after dropping the
seed, in bottom of drill, the manure
to be put top of seed, and only leav
ing one eye on a piece, and putting
only one piece in a hill. Having
tried different-sized tubers, I am
satisfied that the larger the potato
you use for seed the greater will be
the returns. Two different years I
iiave experimented by cutting my
Iotatoea into pieces, leaving only
one eye on a piece, and putting only
one piece in a hill, with the follow
ing results. In the spring of 1868 I
took one basbel of potatoes and cut
them into pieces, leaving only one
eye on a piece, and planted them
one piece in a hill. They went over
nearly one third of an acre. The
following fall I harvested from that
field one hundred and five bushels
of merchantable potatoes. I hnse
m nee tried the experiment of puttinp
in two eyes, but have diminish-.!
the yield nearly one third."
Plaster for Potatoes. Ac
cording to Mr. Compton, author of
the prize essay on the cultivation
of the potato, very remarkable re
sults are obtained from plaster by
dusting the vines with It as soon as
they are through the soil ; again im
mediately after the last plowing and
hoeing; and at intervals through
the whole growing season. The
first application may be light, the
second heavier, and after that, more
bountiful, say 200 pounds to the
acre. It renders the plant less pal
atable to the insects, and appears
to be fatal to many of the fungi fam
ily. The vines retain a bright live
ly green color, and the tubers con
tinue swelling until growth is
stopped by the frost ; besides, pota
toes thus grown are so sound and
free from disease as to be easily
kept for tho spring market, without
any loss by rot. Mr. Compton says
he ha seen a field, all planted with
the same variety, at the same time,
on one-half of which, that had re
ceived no plaster, the yield was but
sixty barrels per acre, and many
rotten, while theotherhalfto which
plaster had been applied, yielded
300 bushels per acre, and not an un
sound one among them.
Canning of Vegetables. The
chemical bath in which the cans of
vegetables are immersed before
their final sealing is used onlv for
the purpose of getting a tempera
ture nigner than the boiling point
of water. The necessity for this
high temperature is due to the fact
that the air contained in the can and
its contents is more thoroughly ex
pelled, and if the can is entirely
void of air there can be no change
In the condition of its contents. A
boiling heat will expel all the air,
but longer time is needed than
with a higher temperature. For
domestic purposes the bath of boil
ing water is sufficient. It is only
necessary to cook vegetables (with
out salt) in the can, to solder the
cover on perfectly airtight, to make
a pin hole in the cover, and then
immerse the can in a boiling water
bath without covering the upper
parts, and,' when it has been ex
Ioed to tho boiling heat for fifteen
minutes, to seal with a drop of sol
der upon the pin hole.
Barren Fig Trees. There are
a great many fig trees all over the
State that will bear two and three
crois of figs each year, but will drop
off when half grown. Nothimjwill
make such trees bear, let them
grow where they will, and almost
every one who has such trees thinks
they cannot be grafted. But they
can, and budded too. Have to graft
on the small limbs all over thn ton
of the tree. Will not grow to saw
off a large limb to graft. The best
time to graft the fig is from the first
of February to the twenty-fifth,
last March I set some tig grufrs cn
one of my trees; parts of them grew
well ; more would have grown if I
had et them earlier. Some o the
grafts grew over fou feet. Last
fall I picked ripe figs Jrom these
grafts ; also where the grafts don't
grow there will be young shoots
growing that can be budded in the
summer.-?, Killer, in Pacific Hii
The Crops. The people of East
ejn North Carolina have ample
cause to be grateful for the abun
dant and excellent yield promised
in the present crop. From every
quarter we hear of splendid corn
and cotton crops, that are now al
most beyond the effect of the usual
causes of Injury; and the smaller
crops potatoes,- peas, Ac, are in
abundance, and promise a fine yield.
One of the causes of the present
dullness (tbe cheapness of the cost
of the present crop) will result in
an improved condition of affairs In
tho fall. There- have been lewer
crops mortgaged, and these for, a
smaller amount, than at any time
since the war ; and tho farmers, we
can safely predict, will, next year,
enter upon a season of prosperity
not equalled since the war.AVir
Hauling Manure, I am al
ways provoked when I see one man
loading wagon,' hauling In ft quar
ter or half a mile, unloading it and
returning." I am worse than that:
I am always mad when I see any
one hauling out manure and throw
ing it down In heaps. The true way
is to spread the manure from the
wagon and spread It evenly on the
ground. -It is easily done in that
way for several reasons : 1. . The
load is portable, and be moved
forward to suit, enabling you to vary
the amount put on as circumstances
require. -2.; There .being a , good
board bottom to shovel from, It is
much easier to handle It than when
lying on the ground. 3. From the
elevated position on the wagon it
requires only about one half the ex
ertion to do the work that it does
from the level of the ground. But
the advocates of the heap theory
will say, the manure Is wasted by
being exposed to the sun and air.
I have very little faith In such the
ories. I have hauled manure and
spread on land in summer ana leu.
it until the next spring oeiore
ground was plowed, and never In
my life did I see the same amount
of manure produce better results.
Rural Netc Yorker.
During hot Weather. Among
a hundred mechanics and laborers
working In any part of a city or
town, more than one-half of them
will be found dressed in dark
clothes, and often wearing heavy
black hats which would oe too
warm even for winter in this cli
mate. White, loosely braided straw
hats can be bought for next to
nothing, and working-men who
wear these hats should have the
under side of the brim lined with
green to keep off the light and heat
that Is reflected back by paving-
stones, white walls, piles of bricks,
and beds of mortar, mose wno
eo upon the water should espe
cially take this precaution, as water
Is a great reflector ; dux to remow
the hat entirely and put a white
handkerchief on the head would be
MmLr Tie : to the Go-r.il
Assembly of North '.V.rolina
for 1ST '7.'.
The " ii.st n? ti.e n:emK-rs
eletod the G-aeral Amiably Is
CTisIdf-rc-d c(,rr? t. Tne namen of
sjiher ji -u.'vr. v 'L bo added as fut
1st .District. Currituck, Camden,
Pasquotank, Perquimans, Hertford,
Gates and Chowan, wm. u. onaw
and Thomas K. Jernigan, Dems.
2d. Tyrrell, Washington, Beau
fort, Martin, Dare, Pamlico and
Hyde, Chas. Latham and Milton
3d. Northampton and Bertie, V.
W. Peebles, Rep.
4th. Halifax, John Bryant, Rep.
5th. Edgecombe, W. P. Mabson,
Gth. Pitt, Jos. B. Stickney, Dera.
7th. Wilson, Nash and Franklin,
Chas. M. Cooke end Nick W. Bod
8th. Craven, Iilch'd Tucker, Rep.
9th. Jones, Onslow and Carteret,
W. T. R. Bell, Dem.
10th. Wayne and Duplin, D. E.
Smith and John D. Stanford, Dems.
11th. Lenoir and Greene, Joslah
12th. New Hanover, Edw'd Cant
13th. Bladen and Brunswick,
Cash well. Rep.
14th. Sampson, Edwin W. Kerr,
15th. Columbus and Robeson, W.
Faster French, Dem.
16th. Cumberland and Harnett,
Geo. W. Pegram, Dem.
17th. Johnston, L. R. Waddell,
18th. Wake, Charles M. Busbee,
19th. Warren, John M. Paschall,
Rep. . " - -20th.
Person, Orange, Caswell, C.
E. Parrish and George Williamson,
21st. Granville, Richard G.Sneed,
22d. Chatham, W. G. Albright,
23d. Rockingham, James Irvln,
24th. Alamance and Guilford,
Jas. T. Morehead, Dem., and A. 8.
Hoi ton, Rep.
25th. Randolph and Moore, K. H.
26th. Richmond and Montgom
ery, James LeGrand, Dem.
27th. Anson and Union, C. M. T.
28th. Cabarrus and Stanley, Dr.
Geo. Anderson, Dem.
29th. Mecklenburg, R. P. Waring,
80th. Rowan and Davie, J. H.
31st. Davidson, Alfred Hargrave,
32d. Stokes and Forsythe, Nelson
S. Cook, Rep.
33d. Surry and Yadkin, J. G.
Marl er, Dem.
34th. Iredell, Wilkes and Alex
ander, R. F. Armfield and R. Z.
35th. Allejfhary, Ashe and Wa- i
tangii, A. J. Ai ? '.I iilaii, Degn. ,
Soth. Caldwell, Burke, McDowell,
Mitonell and Yancey. J. C. 'Mills, J.
M. Young, JDi ins. I
87th. Catawba and Lincoln, Maj.
W. A. Gi'dhaui, Dem.
33h. Gu- to!. unci Cleaveland, Jesse
Jenkins. IaC. Dem. '
' SD.U. Kuii.criora and Polk, M. 1
40th. BuiicoMbe ami Madison, J
6 McElroy, Dem.
41st. Haywood, Henderson and
Transylvania, T. W. Taylor, Rep.
'42d. Jackson, Swain, Macon.Cher
okee, Clay and Graham, James R
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Alamance, Jas E Boyd, Rep.
Alexander, J M Careon , Ind Dem .
' Anson, W K Smith, Dem.
Ashe, Squire Trivett, Rep.
Beaufort, William A Thompson,
Bertie, Wm T Ward, Rep.
Bladen, John Newell, Rep.
Brunswick, D C Allen, Rep.
Buncombe, M Patton, Dem., W
G. Candler, Rep.
Burke, S. McD. Tate, Dem.
Cabarrus, Paul B Means. Dem.
Caldwell, M H Earnhardt, Dem.
Camden, F N Mullen, Dem.
Carteret, Appleton Oaksmitb,
Caswell, Thomas Harrison, Wil
son Gary, Reps.
Catawba, S M Finger, Dera.
Chatham, Jno M. Moring, OA
j Chowan, Elliott, Rep.
ClcaveJandrAlIcn Bettis, Dent.
. ColumbavV V Richardson ,Denw
Craven i Jno R Good, Edward H
Hill,Reps.i J' ':":.
Cumberland, Jas C; McRae," J
McD. Jessnpy.-Dems, .'Ar.' '7
Currituck, J :M. Woodbouse Denw
Dare, O N. Gray, Rep .: - .-.
. .Davidson, -Solomon A Mock;
Marshall H. Pinnlx, Dems.
, . Davie, Charles Anderson. Dem.
Duplin, A G Moseley, W B
Edgecombe, lWIUIsBunn,'W T
Goodwin, Reps, x '
Forsythe, Dr. W H Wheeler, Rep.
Franklin, T T Mitchell, Dem.
Gaston, W A Stowe, Dem.
Gates, R H Ballard, Dera.
Granville, II T Hughes, Crews,
Greene, T E Hooker, Dem.
Guilford, Nereus Meudenhall,
John N Staples, Dems.
Halifax, J A White, G W Dan
iel, Reps. :
Harnett. J A Spears, Dem.
Hay wood, Frank Davis, Dem."
Henderson James lily the, 'Hen.
Hertford, Solomon Parker, Rep.
Hyde. A J Smith, Independent.
Iredell, A C Sharp, A F Galther,
Jackson, E D Davis, Dem. .
Johnston, K J Holt, E A Bizzell,
Jones, J F Scott, Rep.
Lenoir, J P Parrott, Dem.
Lincoln, V A Thompson, Dem.
Macon, Jas L Robinson, Dem.
Madison, U A Gudger, Dem.
McDowell, A MErwin, Deai. ,
Mecklenburg, J Sol Reid, J L
Mitchell, Moses Young, Dem.
Montgomery, Hardy, Dem.
Moore, A A Mclver. Dem.
Na1j. W T Griffin. Dtm.
,Ncw Hanover, W H loore, II
BreWington, Alfred Lloyd, Reps.
Northampton, R J Walden, Rep.
fOnslow, Jno W Shackelford, Dem.
Orange, Matthew At water, Jno
W Latta, Dems.
Pasquotank, W J Munden, Rep.
Perquimans Q A Wood, Rep.
Person, S C Barnett, Rep.
Polk, Garrison, Rep.
Randolph, M T Moffit, AH Ken
Richmond, Piatt D Walker, Dem.
Robeson, Dr. RM Norment, Neill
Rockingham, W N Mebane, John
Rowan, J S McCubbins, Geo M
Rutherford. Eli Whisnant, Rep.
Sampson, W II Bryant, James I
Stanley, A C Freeman, Dem.
Stokes, Thomas Martin, Dem.
Surry, Wra I lay mo re, Dem.
Swain, T D Bryson, Dem.
Transylvania, Thos Gash, Dera.
Tyrrell, W W Walker, Dem.
Union. Lemuel Presson, Dem.
Wake. M W Pacre. L D Stenhen
son, Geo V Strong, Michael Whit
Warren, Hawkins Carter, Wm II
Washington, G B Wiley, Dem.
Watausa. J L Green. Dem.
Wayne, Isaac F Dortch, John -W
Wilkes, J H Foote, T J Dula,
Wilson, T J Eatman, Dem.
Yadkin. W B Glenn, Rep.
Yancey, W W Pioffit. Dem.
"These justly celebrated wagons,
whose superior qualities, with their
well earned and enviable reputation, eo
long established, and more widely
known than any othor, are, within the
reach of all at fair prices and on liberal
terms. Tho demand for them in all
sections ia constant and unabated, for
thev are found to be such wasrons as
meet the real wants of an honest i and
discriminating people. And though the
demand for them has continually in-
creased since they were first made, now
for nearly a quarter of a century, we
propose to announce to
And to all who want the very best
wagons, that we have now most ample
' A - 1 A
iacimies, uxa must cuuipiui nrraue
ments, the most extensive and perfect
stock of materials for the manuiacture
of wagons, the best in all respects ever
offered In this or any other State or ter
ritory As to their substantial qualities
lightness of draft and durability. asL
the thonsands who have used them.
They have stood, the severest tests oi
every climate, and wherever used in
all the Southern and Western States, on
the Great Plains, in all the Western
Territories, and on the Pacific Coast
they are pronounced the leading and
best wagons for alLpnrposes required
, (sTUJLix.liAli.iuK liRO'S.
Granges will find it to their interest
to correspond with us.
WAYNE ALLCOTT tt CO.
mb5 tf Agents.
MORRIS & CO
No. 3 Fayetteville St.,
RALEIGH, . C ,
ALL. KINDS OF FUItNITUItE,
Spring Beds, .
Xoohdinc O-laseea s
Spring licds from $3.50 to $18'
CALL AND EXAMINE
The fi neat assortment of
WALNUT CHAMBER S
Ever brought to this market, before,
AND IIC COVINCIID
that what we say is true as regards to
quality and price. - -
W. If. MORRI8 A CO.
feb27-tf. i j :s:-r
Tlie Largest, Best and Cheapest
iJaper Published tn Aorta
Aa a FirsfeClaas Newi and Uterary
Journal, It Is Unexcelled
One copy, for one year, $2 00
une copy, for six months, , -, . 1 00
Three copies, for one year. . 6 00
Four copies, for one year. . 7 90
t ive copies, for one year, 8 50
Ten copies, for one year, $15 00
Twenty copies, for one year. 2a 00.
S-To eyejry getter up of a CLUB OF
TEN, one copy will be sent free for one
, . Wilmington, N. C.
npHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE, That I
. have been appointed Assignee of
the i estate and effects of Harvil Har-
ri3,oi- iienaerson, uranville couu
tji N: C; who was adjudged a bankrupt
oy noe jJisinci ixnrt or the United
States for the Eastern District of North
Carolina upon the petition of one of his
G. ROSENTHAL, Assignee.
Raleigh, July 23, 1874. 53 2t
II. C. ECCLES,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Attorneys and Counselors
J" " 'Law, " V
T. M. ABGO
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
RALEIGH, N. C
nmr.L on Fnueitctrillc street, near ike
T. r. pubnell;
Attorney a t L
Will practice in the State and Federal
OFFICE near the Court noose.
JONES & JONES,
Attorneys at Law
RALEIGH, N. C
Practice in tve Supreme Court of the 8tta,
the District and Circuit Courts of the Uni
ted Ktalt-h and the several CourU of the 6th
-Office on Fayetteville Street near the
Court House a-u
.J. McO. PERKINS,
Counselor at Law and Solicitor
513 7th St., Opposite U. 8. P. O. Dept.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
O FECIAL, ATTENTION GIVEN TO
175 on tftsted and abandon ea cases un
der the Patent Laws ; to Appeals, Re
issues, Interferences, and Infringe
ments : and to suits at law and equity,
growing out of the rights and interests
rCorresrondence solicited. 14 ly
A T I O N A I HOTEL.
Is now open, and is under the charge o
Mr. V. R. PEPPER.
No. 1 FAYETTEVII.LE Street,
It A LEIGH N.Ct ,
And Blank Book Manitfactwrer,
NewsDaDers. Macrazines. and . Law
Books, of every description, bound in
the very best style, and at lowest price.
II . MAHLER,
Gold and Silver-ware.
Also keeps constantly on hand
ALL- THE LATEST: STYLES OF FINE
Jewelry- All kinds Of repairing dome with
neatness ana aispaicn.
"Westr'Slde" or Fayetteville St.
Opposite Metropolitan HalL
R. E. PETTY.
T. N. JONES.
JON E S
E T T Y
JOBBEUS AND BETAIIiKRS GP
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES AND HATS,
20 Fayetteville Street.
RALEIGH, N. C.
We have opened to-day a new and
beautiful stock of Spring Prints, Ging
hams, &c. PETTY A JONES.
Raleigh, Feb. 26, 1874. tf.
L L I AM SIMPSON
PHARMACIST & DRUGGIST,
33 Fayetteville St.,
Keeps constantly on band a full and
complete stock of '
Of every description usually kept in a
A lare stock of
Fresh and Reliable Garden Seeds
just to hand. ,
I would call the attention of those in
need to my stock of
HARD RUBBER TRUSSEP,
which far surpass any other in use
They are light.cleanly and comfortable;
never rust, break, chafe or soil. They
may be had on trial for 30 days IT cot
satisfactory they may be returned, whtn
the money will be refunded.
C AIYE-SE ATI NC THESE
branches being taught in the North Car
olina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
and the Blind, we are ; prepared to fur
nish Mattresses of the very best make
and material, and at cheap rates. Al3o,
to cane-seat chairs, settees, Ac.. xc.
llROonxs W e also have on hand a
large lot of excellent Brooms, which
will be sold eht-ap.
Aaaress institution for. the Deaf ana
Dumb and Blind, Raleigh. N. Ci
Kaleigb, March 26,1874. 3 3m
It E XT A B '
Twill pay a reward of twenty dollars
for the aDnrehension.and deliverv. eith
er at the Wake County . Work House jor
Jail, of Solomon Bunaloe, who. escaped
from the' Work House on .the 10th day
of April, last. . Buffaloe is about 6 feet
high, dark brown color, one or two front
teeth out, or broKen otr. and weishs
about 180 pounds. He lired before sen
tenced to. the work llouse, about 5
miles East of Raleigh. ; -1
20 3t Sup't WorkHense. .
l 1 lA yHouse . and . Lot. in tha Ktirn
TTardr containing four rooms , and
kitchen, with one-fourth acre of zround
attached, on Newborn Avenue, will be
sold on reasonable terms.. .Any person
desiring to purchase will spdIt at this
office. marl 3t.
SECOND IIAJVD JtlASOX ATTD
IIA9U.Ilf Organ, double bank.ef
keys, In perfect order, very low, at
NAT. Lu BKOWNTS,
"TTTANTED. At the Insane Asylum,
TV two female, servants' fori Ward
duty, one good hoetler and & carpenter. J
2 2t MRS. B. Y. HUGGINS.
RADWAY'S . READY RELIEF
CUKES THIS WORST PAUIS
!n from One to Twenty Minutes.
.;. NOT ONE HOUR
s. SQTTEJtWTtn TAIZ.
HAD WAT'S ' READY VKLTET IB A, CUM TO
, t ETEBY FATJL
Tlio Only X?oiii Remedy
Dl FEOM OXB TO TWE3TTT IfTJfUTKa,
no matter bow Timlnt or xcrneUttec tho pai
RHEUMaTK:. Bod.rtddco. Infln Cripolad. Ki
araJsic or proatratea wun ajaaa maj ui. t
RADWAY'S JIEADY' RELIEF
WTLt. ArroRD nrsTAirr KASS.' "
IKrLAVMATlON Or THB KnJTETS.
. IKFLAM MAtlON Or THB BLADDCT.
-HCPLASJIATIOSI OF THB -BOWELS. .
SORE TnaOAT. WWJflgSPa BEABT. '
utsterics. cROur. iwmi
COLr CHTLLR. AGUE OOIIXS. .
Tli pihcaMnu of the Ready RelleTto th partar
par-. htrr ib paiu aroUalcuUajUauwttlafforacaao
kh4 loutort . ,
Tn-,itvd rps tn ha J f a tomhler of water win In a fw
m. ni-nt5car CHAMPS, SPASMS. SOUK STOMACH,
H.-KTHt'RX. 1('K HEADACHE, DIARRHOEA,
v-i?VTKRV. COLIC, WIND IS THE BOWEUi
tm! ail INTERNAL. PArNS.
f. .t it m hooiii nlwavs. carrr a bottio or Kavav.
-a y H4r R-ltr with Hem. A rtw drop 1
j.'r will prevent ickn or pains from change of
v r-r. It lslxtr tJiitn French Kraud or Bitters aaa
FEVER. AND AGUE.
yrTETl AXD AGUE cored for flfty cent. There it
r. reatadial ageat in tit in world that will rare Fever
n4 Asue. and all other Malarioua, Bilona. Scarlet.
ivi.iw.M. Tellow, and other Ferers ideT by RAD
WAV S flLLSJ so quick aa BADWAY'S READY KB
J.i t K. yuty eata per bottle, l
HEAiTHi BEAUTY! I
FTRON'O AXD rCRK RICH BLOOD INCREASE
(F KLKSII AXD WEWHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
bKAUTIKCI. COMPLEXION SECURED TO AIM
"HE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOlflSHIXO CITRE8: SO
OUICE. BO RAPID ARE THB CHANGES, THE
riODV UNDERGOES, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
(iF THIS TRULY WONDEBFUI MEDICINE,
iiYery Daj. an Increase in Flesh
antWt:is Seen anil Felt
Evrr drft rf tha FARSAPARILMAJ RE80L
VENT comiMiii;Kt'a through tite Blood, 8weat, Urine,
and iier Klui-M and juice of tho system the vigor or
tile, f ur it rsair the. waste of tho body with new and
xoaad material, etrroiuia. Srphilia, Conamptioa,
OlaMdnlar disease. Ulcere In the throat. Mouth, Ta
mnrs, NodesintheGJandsand other parts of the system.
sre Eyes. St Tumorous discharges from the Ears, and
the won forma of Skin diaeasea. Eruptions. Fever
Sores Weald Head, King Worm. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas.
Acne, Black Soots, Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Can
cer in Uie Worao.-and, aU weakening and painful dis
charges, Nhrlit Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all wastes or
the tlte prlaciplet are within the curative rang of this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few days' ase wis
tirove to any person using it for either of these forms of
di-raxe Us potent power to sure them.
aAe iu poieiu po
If the patient, daily I
becoming reduced by the wastes .
find OfCompeSUlOll iimbwhuumuj pcwnwng, '
c.ls in arresting, these wastes, ana repairs tne sarne
A. itlt new material made from iieaitny Diooa ana xni
in SAK.-U.r'ARIIAlAN will and does secure ra
j u ruiui; lor M'hen once tbia remedy commences It
uruirsDoii. anasuoceeua id uuutuiauuuf
I id weight increasing
Not only does the fUasfrAEiLtiAir bksolvkr exea
I Known renicaiai ngenis in mecure oi vnrooic, otr
us. Constitutional, and bain diseases; but it la the
:.ily positive cure for
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Crinarr and Womb diseases. GraveL Diabetes, Dropsy,
jioppageof Water. Incontinence of Urine. Brigat's D4
lawe. Albuminnria, and in ail cases where there are
fc rick dust deposits, or the water Is thick, cloudy, mixed
with sabetances like tho whiieof an egg, or threads like
whitA silk- or lht-re i a morbid, dark, bilious aODear-
mice, and white uone-durt deaoeita. and when there la
a oriekiug, burniit sensation when passing water, and
paiu in the Small of tl.c Back, and along the Lolas.
Tumor of 13 Years9 Growth
Cared by Radway's . Resolvent,
Livr. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nerrons Diseases,
Viscera. Warranted to effect a posiuve cure, rnreiy
Vesctable. containing no mercury, minerals or deleteri
A few dose of BADWAT'8 PILLS win free the ys
t em. from all the above named disorders. Price, la cents
per Sox. 80LD BT DKUGOIBTS. .
READ "7AL8B AND TRUE Send one tetter
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ark lnformatioa worth tboiuands will be seat yoav
H C H U
The only known remedy for
And a positive remedy for .
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES,
Non -retention or incontinence of
Urine, Irritation, Inflammation or Ul
ceration of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Leucorrhoea or Whites, Diseases of the ,
Prostrate Gland, Stone in the
Calculus Gravel or Brickdust Deposit
and Mucus or Milky Discharges.
. Permanently Cures all Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS fc DROP
Existing in Men, Women and Children.
NO MATTER WHATTHE AGE!
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle of
Kearney's Fluid Extract Buchn is worth
more than all other Buchuscombinen."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six
Bottles for Five Dollars. Sold by all
Depot,' 104 Doane St., Ifew York
A Pphysician in attendance to answer
correspondence and give advice gratis,
SCrSend stamp for pamplets, free.-t
Nervous and Debilitated
Of Both Sexes.
Ab Charge for Advice and Consultation.
Db. J. B. Dtott, graduate of Jeffer
son Medical College, Philadelphia, au
thor of several valuable works, can be
consulted on all diseases of the Sexual
or Urinary Organs, (which be has made
an especial study) either in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause origi
nating or of ' how ? long standing. A
practice of 30 years enables him to treat
diseases with success. Cures guaran
teed.' Charges reasonable. Those at a
distance can forward letter describing
symptoms and enclosing to prepay,
Send for the Quids to Health. Price
J. B. D YOTT, M. D.,
rnysician. ana sturgeon, xu xuane tsi.
r. Y. feb. 4. ly.
'HAICD PXaJf OSt very
NAT. L BROWN'S.
?ht inant:r Up th raoot exeroeUttaff Mlna. nar
IndaotaimttocM. and care ComMtloM, whtar of
Lunc. strnnaeikowcU. or otifter gUnda or orgsas, by
of wastes, its r pairs will be rapid, and every day
l c natk'ntwillferlhiinselfgwwlngbetterandstonger.
t f tixxl direst big better, appetite improving, and flesh.
liratPin I Thousands proclaim Vix.
egab Bittebs the most wonderful In
vigorant that ever sustained th sinking
No Person can tike these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious. Kemittent and Inter
mittent Ferers, which are so preva
lent in tbe valleys of our great rirers
throughont tbe United States, especially
those of tbe Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savanuab, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a paw- ,
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove tbe dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating tho secretions of the liw?-.
and generally restoring the
functions of the digestive organs
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its lluids with Vinegar
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Fain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
' in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the lleart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid
neys, and a huudred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial A flections. Old
Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin, Sore Eyes, etc
In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters havb
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and. intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
RheuniatisrnrGout, Bilious, Remit
tent andlntermittent Fevers, Diseases of
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these Bitters have no .equal Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood. .
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plnmbers, Typesetters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, aa they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis - of . the Bowels. , To guard
against this, take , a dose of Walker's Vix
eoar BrrTERS occasionallv.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, SahKheum Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,, King-worms,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discoloration! of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. No
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
thelminitics will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the torn of life, these Tonio
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
- foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep '
tbe blood pure, and the health of the system
? n. ix. Mcdonald t co..
Drnggiati and Gen. Agts., San Franc iaoo, California,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton SU., TX. Y.
Sold by all Drvcgiata and Dcalcra.
b b o w nr.
General Agent for the Celebrated
Estey Cottage Organs.
Payments easy. Prices low. Send for
Also dealer in all kinds of
Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, Children's
Carriages, Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco.
Don't forget to call at No. 10 Fayette
ville street, Raleigh, N. C.
A JfEW WaEEfJ2U Sc WIJSON
Sewing Machine, Silver Plated, for
sale cheap, at
NAT. L, BROWJTa
LARGE VAlXIETir OF FANCY
Goods, Toys, &c. at
Raleigh, April 7, 1874.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That a
general meeting of the creditors of
Thomas P. Devereux,will be held at the
Register's office in Raleigh, N. C, be
fore A. W. i Shaffer, Esq., Register, on
the 2d day . of July, 1874, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for the purposes named in the
27th and 28th sections of the Bankrupt
Act of March 2, 1867.
- W. J. HAWKINS,
Raleigh, N. C, June22f 1$74 2t
Jr ciiamim.,;,Iow f;1;
sex my faacinat and gain the love J
affecttons of any person they choose i
stantly. This simple, mental acquit
ment all can possess, iree, by mail f.,r
25c, together with a marriaK0 iruid
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, HiSuto La!
dies, Wodding-Nigut Shirt, Ac v
queer book. Address
T. WILLIAM fc Co., Publisher
6 4w Philadf,,.;;i
Coughs, Colds,. HoarseiHvs
, auad all Throat Diaea(,
j ( y use
Wells' Carbolic ..Tablets
Iat vp only In BLUE box?. '
A TItlED & SURE 1CEMKDV.
Sold by Drnggiata, ' 6-hw
PIANOS AND ORG.xt.
new and second-hand, of ii
class makers, wiU be aold at low
prices for cash, or on Installment r
for rent, in city or country, during is
month, or Horace Waters t Son, c
481 Broadway, than ever before otTertsi j
in New York. Speciality: Pianos bud
Organs to let until the rent money p;,v,.
the price of the instrument. Illustra
ted catalogues mailed. A larno discount
to ministers, churches, schools, lodirs
tC, &C. s A4V '
RICH FARMING LANDS
Now for Sale Very CI IE a P
Ten years credit, interest only 6ir n -'
a handsome illustrated paper, contain,
ingtbe Homestead Law, a new num
ber just published,, mailed Tree to all
parts of the world Address,
O. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U. P. It. u.t
. .... Omaha, Neb.
tablished in 1851. This old
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the proverbially healthy town of Win.
cheater, on a bench of Cumberland
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annual sessions of ten months on tho
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its first and only President, Z. C.G raves
LL. D.; For thoroughness and cheap-'
ness of education, is not excelled by any
school in the South. Send for Catalogue
containing all essential particular. r
G. S. WALMSLKY,
6 4w Treasunr.
HAVE YOU TRIED
Weak, Nervous or lcbilitntMl ?
Are you so languid that any exertion
requires more of an effort than you ftI
capable of making? Then try Juru
beba, the wonderful tonic and inviirora-
tor, which acts so beneficially on tli
secretive organs as to impart viirort...
all the vital farces.
It is no alcoholic appetizer. which
stimulates for a short time, only to let !
the sufferer fall to a lower depth of mis-;
ery, out it is a vegetable tonic acting
directly on the liver and spleen.
It regulates the bowels, quiet tho
nerves, and gives such a healthy tone to
the whole svstem as to goon mab tlu
invalid feel like a new person.
Its operation is not violent, but is
characterized by great gentleness; the
patient experiences no sudden change,
no marked resu.ts, but gradually his
"Fold their tents, like the Arabs,
And silently steal away."
This is no new and untried discovery.
but has been long used with wonderf ul ,
remedial results, and is pronounced ly
the highest medical authorities, "the
most powerful tonic and' alterative
Ask your druggist for it.
For sale by Wra. F. Kidder ! it Co..
New York. ! 4w
. . L
lIItANCII OFFICE OF Till:
Freedman's Savings and
Office of, the Commissioners of the
Jbreeamarfs Savings and Trust
Washington, D. C, July 29, 74.
Notice Is herebv eiven to all oerHon.
othex4han v depositors, who mar have
claims against (he Freedman'a Havinij
and. Trust Company or any of its
branches that they are called upon t
freaent the same and to make legal proof
hereof .to. the Commissioners of hil
Company at their office. No. 1507. Penn
sylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
! Jt'ossdsoots, wnen properly adj usteJ,
will be deemed sufficient oroof of tho
balances shown to be due thereon. De
positors will therefore present their
Eass books to the respective branches
y which they were issued, as soon a
possiDie, tnat tney may be properly
verified and balanced.
JNO. A. J. CUES WELL,
. ROBT. PURVIS,
11. II. T. LEIPOLD,
jy 29 3m Commissioners.
CAROLINA SPKINtt HEP.
Patented January Cltli, 187-1.
offers to the public
Carolina Spring Bed Bottom,
he challenges the world.
This bed is composed of the spiral
spring, made of tbe best tempered steel,
is simple in structure, and is perfectly
noiseless, being an improvement upon
all other similar patents.
I will sell County or State Rights at
low figures. Parties wishing to nego
tiate should communicate with me at
Any one with a little energy, "
make money with this patent.
For particulars, address
D. W. WHITAKER,
Jan. 28-tf Raleigh, N. V.
Clkrk and Collector's Office,
July 6th, 1S74.
O T I C K.
Acting under an ordinance passed by
the Board of Commissioners, June -,
1874. I herebv notify- all neraons wh
failed to list their taxables to come for
ward and list the same within the next
ten days, under penalty of the law.;
FRANCIS M. SORRELL,
47 4u Clerk and Collector.
Clerk and Collector's Offick,
Raleigh, July 17, 1874.
TOTlCE TO TiX PAYEBS.-I
iiy 'will be in my office daily for the
next thirtv days between the hours or
9 a.m. and. 1 d. in., and 3 and 6 p.ni.,
for tbe collection of the taxes of tbe City
of Raleiirh for the year 1874. Taxes
must be paid within this time or they
will be collected according to law.
FRANCIS M. SOKKKL.1
52 12t Collector.