North Carolina Newspapers

    WEEKLY ERA.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1874,
Homo Work.
A meeting of ladies whose names
are fragrant as flowers with the
sweetness of puro. and beautiful
lives, was held recently for the pur
pose of organizing a Woman's Re
form Union in-New York. In
what particular way the ladies who
compose it intend to conduct opera
tions, we are not as yet Informed,
but they have our cordial sympathy
and our earnest wishes for their
success. .
We mention some ways in which
it seems to us the movement might
bejudiciously supplemented. Cozy
reading rooms, cheap but attractive,
which should mao pleasant refuges
where young men might spend the
evenings that often drag so heavily
innr. Wfl think there are other
A. Younsr Man Working" as
Factory Girl.
Facts as follows have just come
to light at Little Falls :
But a short time ago a very pre
possessing and intelligent eirl. as
having, ashes from oak, poplar, or
hickory Are worth fifty cents a bush
el to make them. Phosphoric acid
combined with potash and lime
plays an important part in forming
a large crop of potatoes. Commer
cial ' fertilizers called superphos-
OFFICIAI.
OFFICIAL.
TTJriTED STATES 9IAIL.-NOBTH
U, CAUOLINA.
Post Office Dkpaktkknt,
Washington; 31st March. 1874.
Proposals -will bo receired at the :
was supposed, applied and secur- ZZtJ rSff nhtained a wide ce- Contract Office of this Department ua-
ed a sitiaticTin one of the knitting m thefr aDDlicTtlorts wS ISS.F f 4 tZ2
mills under the nnmA nf TWtha JCDnty in tneir appiicaiiona WP" decided by the 10th of June,) for carry-
Z RhB n,ntft MSV?i tatoes, turnips and all other.root ln? the mails of the United States ropa
ivouins. csne was nuite reticent in rvi Viii.tnnr navi onnor. T.fJt -ic-r-i T-n tarrK hArni.
her deportment, though of an Bp- phosphate on his fine crop ; placing lowing routes in the state of North Caro-
parentiy agreeable disposition;
Seven young men of the village
had become smitten with Bertha
and, when she announced her in
tention of quitting the village,
these young men grew melancholy.
But Bertha left, tthe went to Ot
sego and there secured a situation
in a factory, but there her maimers
at once created suspicion ami it
was found, after a carefully pre
pared plan, that Bertha Itoilins
was Henry Wallace, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., who had been plu itig'irl"
flrr a vtHir nr two imst vitv uret!SS-
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things still, in the way or counter- funy having for several months
action against the naunts pi ice, i hen in the employment of a New
which it lies on mothers ana sisters
to bring into use. A. beautnui,
bright, cheerful home atmosphere
U a great safeguard to a son or a
brother. Believe us, dear women,
even though you are tired, though
your heads ache, though you feel
of all things in the world Hire slip
pers and easy chairs, it Is worth
while to cast off your fatigue and
entertain the young men of the
household, as you would entertain
tmrtstA whom vou cared to honor.
Have extra lights and let the parlor
look fflowiue ana inviting.
York concert saloon proprietor as
a waiter girl. Wallace said he as
sumed the role of a girl because by
so doing he could obtain employ
ment, and in male attire he could
not.
AGIUC UL.TUK ALu
Treatment of Horse Distem
per. Stewart's American Farmers'
Horse-Book says: ' The treatment
in Its general features resembles
Play I that for glanders. Bleed in the neck
vour new pieces, sing your iw
songs, ask in the pretty little
daughter of your next door neigh
bor, or the merry girls from over
the way, and have good tiuues at
home. .
Every woman who Is a mother
oueht to have a motherly feeling
for other women's sons. JUany
vein, taxing aoout tnreo pints of
blood; then bike and thoroughly
mix together one tablespoonful of
gunpowder, one of lard, one of soft
soap, two of tar, and one of pulver
ized gum myrrh ; put a spoonful of
this down the horse's throat as far
as you can with a paddle or spoon.
Do this twice a day. At the same
vnnno- men are obliged to seek the time make a strong decoction of to
shelter of most unhomelike board- bacco as hot as the horse can bear
places from which in the evening it, with which wash his neck two
they are glad to escape anywhere, or three times a day. In connection
83 that the dullness and monotony with the above give the animal as
of their lives shall find relief. Now, much sulphur and resin as he can
why cannot our homes be made to be induced to eat a quarter of a
open wider doors than they do to pound each day at least proportion
just this class? We once knew a two parts sulphur, one part resin,
lady who every Thanksgiving and Food light, such as mashes, boiled
Christmas, was accustomed to gather oats and cut feed ; or, if in season,
nhnut hpr dinner table all the young grass is better. No corn till after
rapn and women she could hear of recovery. No work while sulferinsr.
who had no home to go to on these Keep stable well fumigated."
tl L 11.1
festival days, ana we inougni u a
invpiv thine to do. because so full
of the inspiration and essence of
Christian kindness. How many
times might a motherly hand upon
his shoulder, a womanly hold upon
his heart, save a young man from
drifting into temptations that he
cares little for in themselves, but
which attract him because he is
lonely and depressed.
Hydrophobia, and what is It?
Thirty years ago, says the New
York Express, a room-mate of the
writer died of this disease. He was
a renowned maker of rifles. His
weakness was the dog; he would
pick up fancy canines without mas
tershad ten to twenty ownerless
animals in his kennel. In sportive
moments, we said : "Brun ker, you
will yet die of dogs mad dogs 1"
Ho laughed. One Sunday after
noon, in his rambles, he picked up
astray little "-King Charles span
iel " in Lockport, N. Y. The dog
bit him in the wrist; he threw him
down in disgust, and thought no
more of the incident. After the
lapse of six weeks, he complained
that his right wrist failed him.
Soon after he had repugnance to
water, but could drink cider. Next
day he could not drink cider, but
craved vinegar. On a Sunday eve
ning, he came to the hotel and said
to the writer : am going mad "
"Brunker, I will give you a glass
of water; take it drink it." And
when I placed the glass of water in
his hand an involuntary spasm came
over him, and the contents went
into the fire. Then I knew he was
mad, and became nervous and
-called upon others to assist to take
cure of this man. While the writer
was absent he went into his room
and tore the bed clothes in all
shapes. A window was above the
door. Stepping upon the shoulders
of an assistant and opening the
window, we shouied to Brunker,
'Hero l am ; what Is the matter
with you?" Meantimo the door
wa held firmly at the outside.
Soon Brunker regained his com
posure and told us to enter the
room, as the fit was off and all dau
ger over. Stalwart men beside us
wavered; but we entered. We
went to a drawer and took a sash
or face mufller. and pinioned his
arms with it, as he requested. Soon
another and another spasm suc
ceeded. He said the voluutary mus
cles had become involuntary; and
if he did injury he could not avoid
it. This lasted 24 hours, during
which ioor Brunker had lucid in
tervals and knew his forlorn condi
tion; but the rational moments,
between spasms, became less and
less till he died.
This was the most developed case
of hydrophobia the writer ever
wlftrr!. Since then he has seen
( ctr nnultbulchainea pouring
water iioui one dish into another
to witness the effects, in all respects
Uiey exhibited the tame repugnance
to voter as did friend Brunker a
shudder followed by a spasm ! Yet
it Is now asserted that this rabUn in
dogs creates no antipathy to water.
And this U mo antfcrtwl in London
Journmla. It may bo so, but expe
rience 1 to the contrary.
It seem now to be conceded, that
while turn in this disease abhor
water, dogs with hydrophobia
court It and drink iu Tho two
dog lit writer saw, Itt the midst
of Um Ir tuadtieiM, would ravo when
water was uml lroiu otto tlUh
Into another. t)uht not clt tn-e to
settle this mooted olnt?
To Make Hens Lay. When
eggs bear such good prices, it is ne
cessary that the hens have little at
tention. Give them warm drink
every morning. See that they have
an abundance of gravel, old pieces
or crockery pounued up will do bet
ter than nothing. Concoct a pud
ding for them two or three times a
week, not oftener, with the follow
ing ingredients : Place an old pail
off to one side and into this throw
a little loose; dirt between the seed
and thestrongfertilizer. One may
apply 200 pounds to the half acre
of potatoes to- advantage; The, fer
tilizer is not of uniform" strength
and value. Open a- good furrow
for manure and seed, and cover
both rather deep with the turning
Elow, A fine-tooth harrow, or one
orse cultivator, will do good wort
to subdue weeds, mellow the sur
face and prepare it for mulchine
with forest leaves or straw. The
ground needs some protection of
this kind in our sunny climate, to
preserve a low uniform tempera
ture adapted to the natural wants
of this plant from the Andes, up to
near the snow. It will not stand
frost, nor does it like hot or dry
weather and soil. Its roots and
tubers delight in cool, damp shade;
while its green leaves and vines de
mand sunshine like other plants.
One eye bud, or plant In a place is
enough, and these should be some
eight or ten inches apart in the row.
It requires considerable labor with
tho plow to prepare ground just
right for a premium crop of pota
toes. The deeper the earth is stirred
the better it is to hold water, and
all other plant food. In 1,000
pounds of potatoes when ready to
cook for tho table, there are 990
pounds of air and water. Gar
deningandfarmingconsist in know
ing how to transform air and wa
ter into solid food, and such articles
as hemp, flax and tobacco to the
best advantage. It always takes
something to make something, and
it is useful to know precisely what
nature demands to form 300 bushels
of potatoes on an acre. Our com
mon school education will be de
fective until kuowledge of this kind
is taught to all who know enough
to eat a potato or a pone of bread.
It is within the recollection of the
writer when 300 bushels of Irish
potatoes grew on an acre, and sold
for thirty dollars, (10 cents a bushel)
paid the farmer very well.
A series of experiments made by
Prof. Ville, in France, show that
the diseases that attack the potato
are in part the result of a deficien
cy in the supply of potash in the
soil. For five years in succession
the Professor planted potatoes i in
the same soil without an fertilizer;
to other plots of ground he added
fertilizers that did not contain pot
ash. In all these cases the fruit
became diseased in the month of
May, while on the other plots
where potash was supplied in suffi
cient quantity, tho plants were
an excellent
the meat scrans that are irood for
nothing else, egg shells, beans, hom- healthy and yielded
Iny, bread crust, corn parched very proaucr.
brown, coarse meal sifting; and
then when the day arrives to serve advertisement.
up this dish take the water in which A Card.
you have par-boiled your pork and To the Editor of the Era :
beans, or other greasy water, stir
ring into it bran sufficient to thick
en well, allowing it to cook a few
minutes, pouring the whole over
these saved up scraps. Let it stand
a short time after it is thoroughly
stirred, and feed while warm. Aside
from this, give warm milk every
morning, and you will have plenty
of eggs. Ohio Farmer.
Shampooing Cattle.
Tho advantages attendant upon
the thorough currying and washing
the hair and hide are additional
beauty, a better digestion, hence
greater ease of fattening and on less
food,
There appeared iu your paper of
the 21st inst. a communication
signed ' Wake," which charged
that I, as Assistant Assessor, drew
pay , regularly without rendering
any' service to the government
whatever.
It is also charged that I drew pay
as clerk to my father, when he was
Superintendent of Public Works,
without ever doing any service
whatever for that sum.
I hereby denounce both these
charges as wilful, malicious LIES,
and 44 Wake" knew they were LIES
of the baldest character when he
penned them. That these lying
charges should have been made
over a fictitious name, is conclu-
amountof food, and directly and
indirectly, an influence for good on sive proof that the author is a crav
the whole animal health, amoner en coward. J. v. Lt. UAititio.
linn and hv thn Krharillla 6f deDartUxes
and arrivals herein specified,? v : U;
52S1 From Falkland 4o-Farmvillei ;fl
. miles aud back, thr Hlinea Ja
leave Falkland Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 10.15 a. m ;
Arrive at Farm ville by 12.30 p. m :
Leave Farm ville Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 8 a. m ; -t
Arrivo af Falkland by 10 a. m. '
5282 From Bakersvilh?, by Fork Monn-.
tain, to Johnson City; (Tenn.,) 38
, miles and back, once a week. :
Leave Bikers ville Friday at 5 a. m ;
Arrivo at Johnson City by 5 p. m :
Leave Johnson City Saturday at 6
a. m ;
Arrive at Bakersviiie Dy 6 p.m.
52S3 From Ivy to Flag Pond, (Tenn.,)
15 miles and back, once a week.
; ? Leave Ivy Monday at o a. m ;
Arrive at Flag Pond by 12 p. m ;
Leave Flag Pond Monday at 1 p. m ;
Arrive at Ivy. by 7 p.m.
52S5 From Madisou to Martin's Lime
Kilns, 15 miles and back, once a
week.
Leave Madison Saturday at 1 m ;
Arrive at Martin's Lime Kilns by 6
p. m ;
Leavo Martin's Limo Kilns Satur
day at 7 a. m ;
Arrive at Madison by 12 m.
5288 From New-Berne to Harlowe
Crefik ' once a "week. , -;
Bidders to report distance, and
schedule of departure and arrival
. of mails.
5287 From Everetts ville, by Falling
Creek (n. oM) to Bentonville, 20
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Everettsville Saturday at 1
p. m ;
Arrive at Bentonville by 7 p. m ;
Leave. Bontonville Saturday at 6
a. m ;
Arrive at Everettsville by 12 m.
5295 From Tarborough, by Robinson-
ville, to Williamston, 37 miles and
back, three times a week.
Leave Tarborough Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 6 a. m ;
Arrive at Williamston by 5 p. m.
Leave Williamston Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 6 a. m ;
Arrive at Tarborough by 5 p. m.
5296 From Winfall, by Belvidere and
Ward ville, to Woodley's (n. o.,)
16 miles and back, three times a
week..
Leave Winfall Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 a. m ;
Arrive at Woodley'a by 11a. m ;
Leave Woodley'a Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 12 m ;
Arrive at Winfall by 6 p. m.
5297 From Manteo to Hatteras, 55 miles
aud back, once a week.
Leave Manteo Sunday at 6 a. m ;
Arrive at Hatteras Monday by 6
p. m ;
Leave Hatteras Tuesday at 6 a. m ;
Arrive at Manteo Wednesday by 6
p. m.
5293 From Mebaneville to Melville, 6
mi las and back, once a week.
Leave -Mebaneville Saturday at 8
a. m ;
Arrive at Melvillo by 10 a. in ;
Leave Melville Saturday at 11 a. m ;
Arrive at Mebaneville by 1 p. m.
5299 From Carthage, by Centreville,
Watson's Bridge, Gulf, & Branch,
to Pedlar's Hill, 30 miles and
back, once a week.
Leave Carthage Wednesday at 8
a. m ;
Arrive at Pedlar's " Hill by 6 p. m ;
Leave Pedlar's Hill Thursday at 8
a. m ;
Arrive at Carthage by 6 p. m. '
For forms f proposal, guarantee and
certificate, and also for instructions as
to the conditions to be embraced in the
contract, frc., see advertisement of Dec.
1, 1873, or of 30th Sept., 1870, inviting
proposals for mail service in North Car
olina, to be found at the principal post
offices.
Bids should be sent in sealed envel
opes, superscribed "Mail proposals.
State of North Carolina," and addressed
to tho Second Assistant Postmaster
General. J NO. A. J. CRESWELL,
Postmaster General.
April 9th, 1S74. 42 6t
ATOTICE.-U. a INTERNAL REV
XN ENUE SPECIAL TAXES, May
1, 1874, to April 80, .1875. ,The. law of
December 24. 1872, requires every ner
son engaged in any business, avocation.
or employment which renders him lia
ble to a special tax, to procure and place
conspicuously in his establishment or
place of business a stamp' denoting the
payment oi saia special tax lor the spe
cial tax year beginnipgMay 1, 1874, be
fore commencing or continuing business
juier Apru ou, 4. 1 "
m. A m
j.ne taxes emoracea wunin we pro
visions of the law above quoted are
mejouowing. viz :
Rectifiers, ; 8200 00
Dealers, retail liquor, 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale, 50 00
Dealers In malt liquors, retail, 20 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco, 25 00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco, 500 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents
for every dollar in excess of 81.000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, $5 00
Aianuiacturers or stills, so w
And for each still manufactured. 20 00
And for each worm manufactured. 20 00
Manufacturers cf tobacco. 10 00
Manufacturers of cierars. 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first class
(more than two horses.) 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class
(two horses.) . . .. 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class -
(one horse.) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class
(on foot or Dublic conveyance) ; 10 00
Brewers of less than 500 barrels. 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more, 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall fail
to comply with the foregoing require
ments will be subject to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of
the Special Taxes named above must
apply to ISAAC J. YOUNG. Collector
of Internal Revenue at Raleigh, N. C,
and pay for and procure the Special Tax
Stamp or Stamps they- need:, prior to
May 1, 1874, and without further notice.
J. W. DOUGLASS,
Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
Office of Internal Revenue,
Washington. D C, Feb. 16, 1874.
March 26. 1874. 39 4t
. HEW ADyERTISEaiENTS.
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PROPOSALS FOIl MILITARY
SUPPMES.
Headquarters
Department of the South,
Office Chief Quartermaster,
LouisvillerKy., April 15, 1374.
Sealed Proposals, (in triplicate) under
the usual conditions, will be received
at this office, and also at the offices of
the United States Quartermasters at the
several Posts named below, until 12
o'clock, M., on Wednesday, the20th day
of May, 1874, for the delivery of military
supplies, during tne nscai year, oegm
ning July 1st, 1874, and ending June
30th, 1875, as follows :
Wood, Coal, Corn, Oats, Hay, and
Straw, at the following named Posts :
Louisville, Lebanon, Lancaster, and
Frankfort, Ky.; Nashville, Humboldt,
and Chattanooga, Tenn.; Huntsville
and Mount Vernon, Ala.; Atlanta and
Savannah, Ga.; Charleston, Columbia,
Yorkville, and Newberry, S: C.j Fort
Johnston, Fort Macon, and Raleigh, N.
C, and St. Augustine, Fla.
Bids for any portion of the supplies
will be entertained.
The Government reserves tho right
to reject any or all bids.
Blank Proposals and printed Circu
lars showiog the estimated quantities
required at each Post, and giving full
instructions as to tho manner of bid
ding, and the terms of contract and
payment, can be obtained by personal
or written application to the .Quarter
masters at the various Posts, or to this
office. JAMES A. EKIN,
Deputy Quartermaster General,
Chief Quartermaster, Department
of the South.
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bility to diarrhoea. Every stable,
whether for cow or horse, should
have Its curry comb and brush ; to
these some add the card, and there
should be also a tub of water, or
weak soap suds, and a sponge.
These should Ue used at least ouce
in two days in warm weather, and
any farmer who has never tried it
will be astonished by the marked
improvement in his cattle if he will
only adopt this plan as an experi
ment even for a few days. Every
ono who has ever enjoyed the lux
ury of ;i skillful barber, after a long,
dusty ride, can have some idea of
how improved a cow or ox will feel
to have his or her skin well cleansed
of dust after a lon, hot summer
day. The cuw thus treated will
yield more and better milk ; the ox
or worK norse, after lus skin is
cleansed, sleeps well and is rested ;
the next morning, he goes forth to
his work with an elastic; step, and
a consciousness in every movement
of health and strength.
Raleigh, N. C, April 22, 1874.
A
PUQCLAnATION
GOVEKNOK.
BY TIDE
KEARNEY'S
FLUID EXTRACT, .
OFFICERS:
Hon. Kemp P. Battle, President.
F. H. Cameron, Vice President.
V. H. Hicks, Secretary.
Dr. E. B. Haywood, Med. Director.
Irish Potatoes.
V; learn from Col. K! Hebrew of
the Bureau of Agriculture, that he
has raised four hundred. huzlM&uf
potatoes on n acfe and a quarter
of land, which he sold at a dollar
and a half a bushel. It would be
a nico problem for a young farmer
to holve, to make out a clear profit
to the producer of this crop, which
gave x hundred dollars for the
cultivation and uo of one acre
and a fourth of land for ninety or
one hundred day. Irih iMitaiow
aro ttomctiiutft grown in three
month; but in kmik years
and MMftuiiM, it taken longer.
Itut It doe uot occupy large a
part of tho growing mouth that no
other crop ran be mde mi the
name urhuv It wouU euy to
nameadoxen that may follow io-
UtocN to advantage. ln-Unwl of
conaldt-rlng what hall puivwI n
largf yield of tUvm tuber, let u
rtfjulru into the Ut way and
tueuut of raUltig them, potatom
are naturally grow fivdert, nod do
lict on frtli, tiMwe, UinUt, cool noil,
lino half or nmro of tho ahe ob
tained when tho tube, leaf and
ro j! art burnt U pun otah. To
porno t'lttut ammonia and d.i
Will -rf.r!ii the otUct of tah
Iu orvani&iug March In tht jtah
and ! in iho stem of tho plant;
but tuoiitaln til co mealy fNttatoc,
Ut! manure with It ammonia li
tmt mi pMal ni wood ftht a fir
lUixi r, Hut Und-i taster and rom
titott tult ar Uta Uiiul uh n adJcd
KMHiKmuH- or alalUf manurf.
htf UiHor any otU r garden rn p.
I If wkiimI lrlli 4atOv an wurtli
$3 00 KEWAUI.
Exbcutivk Dkpartmknt,
KaleiKh, April lfitli, 1874.
WHEREAS, OFFICIAL INFOR
mation lias been received at this
Department that one Jacob R. Hath
away, late of the county of Gates, stands
charged with the murder of Benjamin
Aline, in said county, and that the suid
Hathaway has fled the State or o con
ceals himself that tho ordinary prcess
of law cannot be served upon him ;
Now. then. I. Tod R. Caldwell. Gov
ernor of the State of North Carolina, by
virtuo of authority in me vested by law,
do issue this my proclamation, oiWiiig
a reward of
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for the arrest and delivery of the said
Jacob R. Hathaway to the Sheriff of
Gates county,at the court house in Gates
ville. Dono at our city of Raleigh, tho
r ltith day of April, A. D. 1S74, and
l " '-'in tho UtJth year of American In
dependence. I
TOD RT. CALDWELL. ,
By the Governor :
J. II. Nkathkry,
Private Secretary.
nKSCRIPTlON :
Jacob R. Hathaway Is about-45 years
of ao, about rive feet eleven inches
high, dark complexion, black haLrdark
eyen, wltiskers a little grayish, good
teeth, and weighs about 140 pounds.
Elir.aboth City Carolinian and Rocky
Mount M'til copy three timed and for
ward bills to lixecutlvo Department.
12 4t
"R TT O TT TT f lr. V. I. Roystev, Ass't Med. Dir
, ? V . . V . , -M- -f " . V . J. B. Batchelor, Attorney.
The only known remedy for
BUI GUTS DISEASE.
And a positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL STRICTURES,
DI ABETES.DYSPEPSIA,
J NERVOUS DEBIL
ITY, Dropsy,
Non-retention or incontinence of
Urine, Irritati -n, Inflammation or Ul
ceration of the 1
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
SPERMATORRHOEA,
Leucorrhoea or Whites, Diseases of the
Prostrate Gland. Stone in the
Bladder.
Calculus Gravel or Brickdust Deposit
and Mucus or Milky Discharges.
O. H. Perry, Supervising Agent.
CAROLINA SPRING BED.
o-
latMitMl January Utli, 1874.
Tlu undendgned
tho
rtffcm Ut Uio puhlic
CAROLINA SPRING BED
BOTTOM,
which for m
ClicniuicM,
Durability and
Comfort,
he cnalUiiffoa the world.
ThU htki U tmmtiOMd of tb aplrml
prtng, ml f th ut tetnpeml ucl.
inipie m irurturt, ana 1 rr-tiy
tirlwlMi. Ilits in lninrurenit-ul uiiou
allfithrUiiUr mlenu.
, 1 will i'4uiitr or Pl&lw IllsUU at
low num. Partus wULlns tu iM-ro
tut aiiouU ruiuuauukou wtt'j ma&t
Any on wl:h iltil cntrry. can
tntka mnnry wiihtl.lt intent
I ur aitkttlr. $ r
( lit I.
KEARNEY'S
EXTRACT BUCHU
Permanently Cares all Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS & DROP
SICAL SWELLINGS,
Existing in Men, Women and Children.
SNO MATTER WHATTHE AGE I
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle oi
Kearney's Fluid Extract Buchu is worth
more tlian all other Buchnscombinen."
Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six
Bottles for Five Dollars. Sold by all
Druggists.
Depot, 104 Da&ne St., New York.
A Pphysielan In attendance to answer
correspondence and give advice gratis.
SJ-Send stamp for pamplets, free.t
v' TO THK
- Nervous and lebilitated
Of Both Sexes.
Ko Otarje or Advice and Cbnullation.
Da. J. B, Dtott graduate of Jeffer
son Medical College, Philadelphia, au
thor or several valuable worn, canoe
DIRECTORS:
Hon Kemp P Battle, Hon Tod R Cald
well, Hon John W Cunningham, Col T
M Holt, Hon Wm A Smith, Dr W J
Hawkins, Hon John Manning, Gen W
R Cox. Col L W Humphrey. C Tate
Murphy, Col Wm E Andei-sou, John G
Williams, Col W L Saunders, R Y
McAden. Col A A McKoy, 1 J Young,
James A Graham. F H Cameron, J C
McRae, J B Batchelor, J C Blake, Walter
Clark, W G Upchurch, J J Davis, John
Nichols.
FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES.
It is emphatically a Home Company.
Jt is large capital guarantees strength
and saiety.
Its rates are as low as tuose ot an
first-class company.
It oflers all desirable forms of insur
ance.
- Its funds are invested at home and
circulated among our own ueople.
No unnecessary restrictions imposed
upon residence or travel.
Policies non-torleitable alter two
years. -
Its officers and directors are promi
nent, and well-known North Carolin
ians, whose experience as businessmen,
and whose worth and integrity are
alone sufficient guarantees of the Com
pany's strength, solvency ana success.
XII EO. II. HILL., Local Agent,
O. H. PERRY- Raleigh, N. C.
SuDervisincr Atrent.
gSf Good Agents, with whom liberal
contracts Will DO maae, wameuiu uvurjr
county in tho State.
March 13. 1873. 38 w6m
re i
Sr. Sntre'a
tar r It Ilorjodrj
enrcs hr Its mild, lical- E
ine propertics.to which
the disease yields
when the system has
been put In perfect
order rrltn- Doctor
Pierce' 'Golden
llledical Discovery, which should
De taxen earncsuy w corrcci oiooa ana
system, which are always at fault, also
to act specifically, upon the diseased
rlands of the nose and its chambers.
Catarrh Itemedy should beappliedwith
Dr. klerce's Nasal Donche,with
which medicine can be carried high up
znd perfectly applied tt all parts of pas
sages and chambers In which sores and
ulcers exist, and from which discharge
proceeds. ; So successful has this course
of treatment proven, that the proprietor
offers $500 Reward for a case of
udold in Mcad " or Catarrh which he
onnntAnra. ; The two-medicines with
t jto3trumeat,for $2, by ail druggistaf -
AMMiWiiaianria
Dr. J. Walker's CuUfornia Vin
egar Hitters art a purely Vcgctablo
preparation., mado chiefly from tho na
tive herbs found on tho lower ranpes of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tho medicinal properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without tho uso
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked. "What is tho canso of tho
unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters!" Onr answer is, that they remove
tho causo of disease, and tho patiom re
covers his health. They aro tho great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect fKcnovator and Invigorator
of tho system. Never beforo in tho
history of tho world has a medicine Lorn
compounded possessing tho remarkable
qualities of Tinkgab Bitters in hcalinp tho
sick of every disease man is heir to. They
aro a gentle Turffativo A3 well as a Tonic,
rclievins Conprcstton or Iuflanimati&n of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
Diseases
The properties of Dr.. Walker's
Tixegar Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, nud Anti-Bilious.
R. II. IsrcDOXAI.D A CO..
Drnppists nnl Gen. Afcts., San Francisco, Cnr!-;!!,
end cor. of Washington nnd Charlton St., N.
Sold by all Draggista and Dealer.
Rb Kb Kb
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CUBES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutos.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement neod any on
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAY'S READY "RELIEF 13 X CURE FOB
EVEBY Ial.
It was the first and is
Tho Only 3?ain Remedy
that Instantly stops the mot excruciating pains, ntla v's
Inflammations, and cures Conceptions, whether of tho
Lungs. Stomach, Bowels, or otlier glands or organn, by
one application.
IN FEOM ONE TO TWEK7Y MINUTES.
no matter how rioient or exernciatins; the pain the
RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, InflrinjtiCrlppled. Nervotia,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with diaease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDKRT3.
INFLAMMATION OK TITE HLADDEIt.
INFLAMMATION OF THB BOWEf.. .
CONOE8TION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHIXU.
PALPITATION OF TUB HEART.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPTHERIA.
CATABUH, INFLUENZA.
HEADACHE. TOOTnACTIE.
NEURALGIA, RIIEUMATTSM.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready JKelleftn thn part nr
parts where the pain or difficulty exUu will uiTord cao
and Comfort
Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will In a few
moments cure CRAMPS, BPASMS. ROUR 8TOMA II.
HEARTBURN, SICK IJKA DACHE, DIARRHOEA.
DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND IN THE iJOWELd
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should always carry a bottlo of Itnd
woy'i Ready Relief with thent. A few drops in
water will prevent sickness or paiiu from cliAiitfe of
water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a
stimulant
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for Mr eentn. Thro is
notanaMdial agent In this world that will euro Kever
lilloug. Scarlet,
Aided by RAD-
d READY UK.
LIEF. Fifty cenu per bottle.
not nMdlil agent In this world that
and Afrue, and all other Malarious, U
Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers fal
WAY'S PILLS) so quick as RAD WAY 'a
HEALTH! BEAUTY!!
STRONG AND PURE RICIT BLOOD INCREASR
OF" FLESH AND wEIOHT i'l,KU 8K1N AN1
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SliCUItED TO ALL.
J
s
PBINiG TRADE, 1874.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. M. BOSENBAUM,
(Successor to A. Kline,)
Comer Fayettcville and ITargett Streets.
I am now receiving
Summer stock of
my Spring and
O
T
E
Tho following Bonds of the North
Carolina Railroad Company, bearing
date or March, 1&7V numbered 393,
395.4ti0.401, W)8, 055, 610, 615,622,638,
649, 651, 653, 656, 657, 658, 659, 660, 602,
663 and 665, according to a report of the
Finance Committee made to the Stock
holders July 5. 1865. havine been Daid
consulted on all diseases of tne Sexual i and cancelled, i Hereby give notice that
jAUstM
!ukus :
ot Urinary Organ, (which be has made
an especial study) eiiner in manor io
male, no matter from what canse oruji
natinir nr of how lonff stand I OZ. A
practice of SO years enables him to treat
diseases with success, rea guaran
teed Charges reasonable. Those at
distance can forward letter describing
symptoms and enclosing to prepay
fiesta;?
ticnd tor the CmMte fa Health. Prlct
19 cc&U.
j. n. nroTT. m. ix,
Tjtldxa and tsnrsonn. lol Ioana nu
It V f4 b 4 ly
A t.AMtiC vAutirrr or rArr
4JL UtMds, Twys, & at . .
rola'6 Afrit 7, 1171.
these Bonds will not be paid again.
By order of the Board of Directors :
J. A. McCAULEY,
33-St Secretary N. C. 1L li. Cxt.
Company Shops, X. C., March 13, 1874.
"YAIIIIANTED OAUDKN SKFDS.
Choice Flower-seeds. If ew Seed Corn.
Seed Oats And Seed Potatoes, Hedge,
tirsusa. And other seeds: also select
UooCBBftiEs, llxsrzicuaica, cuji
BAarra. straw ntuaiia, abb OTnca
Fruits ly 3ftit
(postpaid, to any post V.cm in the U. 8.
l.oeli stamps tor lUattratcd le
actiptlre rrkl Caulnup.
laiWAUU J.IiVAXHACO
Tfursrrrtucudr fekduica. Yor k, pg.
General Merchandise,
recently purchased in person at North
ern Manufactories, and being from first
hands, I am prepared to oiler advanta
ges' to the Trade seldom offered in tie
etty of Haleigh.
Aly stock of
Ready-made Clothing
is full and conplele, bought principally
at auction sales from hrst-class nouses.
I think I can offer inducements, both
to the wholesale and retail trade, that
cannot be surpassed south of tho New
York markot.
STAPLE DRY GOODS
of every grade and style, and marked
at prices that will sell them.
BOOTS, SPJOES, IIATS & CAP3
in every variety, em bracing cver3'stye,
quality aud novelty of fashion.
The China, Crockery and Glass
Ware Department
is a specialty of mv traae. and I can
furnish coeds in this line to my whole
sale trade at factory prices. Call early
toseenro bargains, r Jspecial attention
paid to the retail department.
Attentive apd experienced salesmen
in every department, and I can assure
tho ladles it la not a trouble, bat a pleas
ure, to show goods.
. J. 1NX. XlOHIrUAUX.
April SSI, 1874. 14 3m.
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOKIS7II50 CURES- RO
QUICK. SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES, THU
BODY UNDEIltJOKS, UNDER THE INKLUENOK
OF" THIS TRULY WONPEBFUX MEDICINE
THAT
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
ani feiilt is Seen aM Fell
Evorr farm of thn RAIWAPAmrr.Ti v i?!nr.
VENT communicate throiivh the Blood, Kwcat Urine,
and other Fluids find jsilcpsnf the nyntem tho ylrnr of
life, for It repair tlie waul e of I ha bndr with n-w mnA
onnd matertaL Bcrotula. Srphill. CoiiKumpti. n.
Glandular disease. UIcra In tlie throat. Mouth. Ti;
mora. Nodes! n the GlandHand otlicr parts of the ay atom
Sore Eyes. Struuioroun discharge trom thn Kara, an.l
the worst forms of fclcln dineae, Ernptions, Fever
Sores, 8cald Head, Bin Worm, Halt Rheum, Erysipelas
A J. A tJln.V Onit. UTnm In T t I- fwt ' n
mvuo, witik, uffvuy, fviuis ! i nu r icsii, i uniora, a n -cers
in Uie Womb, and all weakening and painful dla
charges. Night Sweats, "Lon of a perm and all wastes of
the life principle, are within the curative rnnco of thli
wonder of Modern ChemUtrv, ami a lew d:i ya uae will
Srore to any person insing it for ciiner of tbcue foruia 14
isense its potent power to cere t'lorn.
If the patient, daily becoming re diced bv the watrj
nd decomposition tnatlJCnntinuallr nrirejuimr. nuc
ceeda in arresting theso a;i. repair the am
with new mRterial made frmn Wealthy blx and thl
the SARSAPARILLIAN v.i.l end t- aecure a cur.
la certain; for witen rnre ihU remedy commence Ir,
work of r.uriiicatjoii. n.l aucceeila in dimjiiiahiri! the
loaaof wastes. ittrepaiMT.'!! ho rapid, and every day
the patient will fpel l.:n!el' vt'.wlng better and .ttronuer,
the food dlesiltitt letter, apj-etito improving, and tiuaii
and weight incroa-'tinj.'.
Not only does the SaR.sA?Anu,UA! Bkttctt tret
all known remedial agent in Die cure of Chronic, Serf
fuloua. Constitutional, and bkia tli;aci; tut it U tit
only positive cure for
iKidney & Bladder Complaints,
IXrinarv and Womb ftl-fti. Crave!. DIah.ete. Dron:v.
Stoppage of Water. Incontinence ,,f Urine, Hrielit't DUt
ease. Albuminuria, and in ll t we wbero titer am
brick-dust depoajtM. or th w4tr Kttkick, cioitdy, mixed
with subatancealiko the v. iii e m an evx, or threads ilka
white silk, or there a tmti did. dark, bilious auoar.
ance. and white I uiit- durt deMita. and when tiiera la
a pricking, burning h rui-iMon tvheit puaaing water, aud
pain in the fcraull c-f the Zl.ick a.:d aIvivj the Ixiius.
Tumor of 12 Tears9 Growth
Cured by Iladway's Jlesolvent.
DR. RADWAY'S
PeFfectPorialiTe&BeplatinPillx
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet ram,
puree, regulate, purify, cleanse and strengthen. Bad-
Wav'a Pill, for tne earn of all riiaonlaranf th Mlnmi.h
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Diseases.
Headache, Constipation. Coativeness, Indigestion. Dys
pepsia. BUlousaesa. Billons rver. Iuflammation of the
Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of Uia Internal
Viacera. Warranted to effect a poruire eyre. lurlv
Yeeetable. containing no mercurv. mineral ur deleter!.
ous drugs.
a tew aoses or uuwat riLU win rree tne .ra
te m from all the above named disorders. hrieu.Ucuuta
per Box. BOLD BY DKUGOI.STS. '
READ ' FALSE AND TRUE Raawl m. Umm
tamp to RAD WAT CO. No. 89 W.rren fct. New
lufl -luformattoa wortli thoaaaads wUl ba saut vua.
8 A Is &
F 0 Rl
A Itoosw find Ut lit
ur4. contsininsr far
thm Eastern
rooms mna
awwii w tin uuv'iuiiriu wm. rv us jiruuiHi
(.ttsctMd. on NrwJrti Artit.r, will I
old musftftsbls trtins. Any 14 rw.n
dniriftg tt por Ws srill Upply si this
1 lust
JOVEJOY ACADEMY,
nALEICII, N. C
The Kith Session Opens Jan. 20, 1 87 1.
The Principals congratulate them
selves on the success which has attended
their efforts daring the past 7 car;
within which time over hundred
boys hare been instructed by thetn.
The Academy alms to teach well. It
Crepsren boys for any College, and for
is pt acticaj pursuits of life.
Tuition, per session, $20, &5, $30,
Hoard and room f I & and f 1 0 pe r mont h.
A few boys can secure board with one
Of the tat-her.
r'r r.tl.r prtldilan Lire.
J.M. IlVrJdV.J. V. WJU Til, Vrln'm
IL W. IiVIUOY. Altant Jnslrut-t'r.
IUlritf, Jan. if s-wrw
    

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