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SALISBURY, N, ., JULY 9, 1869.
.. V v:.Vv:'"'Ty;
.A J5 VEUTISEMESTS.
Pleasant Grove Academy.
Male and remaic.
THE 8EVENTH SESSION YViLLCOM
mence on th Oth or August nrxt.
Course Englinh, Clasical, Mathe
matical. Terms: Tuition from $5 ti 10 xr bmhkmi.
Board Willi tlic Pnntipaltf) per rtHMilk
For pai ti ulai-' n-l.lii .- ilie pnuL'ipaJ at K I
(on, Davie Co., N. C.
W. 3. ELLIS, PrinuipaL
Pleasn Orovc. N. C, (
June 25, 1809. ( 25 3m
MEBANEVILLE, N. U,
Wm. Bingham, Robrrt Ri i chum, W. B. lynrh.
1 UESESSION'eT8C9-,70 BEGINS
Aagtitt 25th, aud cantiue? fartj Vitekit.
The oouiae ol Jujtruction invlnderi the irdi
naiy EnIivh branelieA, the Anoient La i ii.il'--Fi
eurh, MstivpRiatieR, ftotk Keiing. aud tin
teinent9 of Nuniial Si-ienee.
Kxp.-ic. i, ( i n I n J ; i . luitiiSn. huai d, fuel.
wa.hiii)r. books and clothing,) $3G5.
Circula'S sent on application.
Jutie 18, 1SG9. 24 (iw
DROOS, MEDICINES, dkC.
NEW STOCK OF
ritA.xrst.zsr academy. Tin
Jt-jjirn .-.-i. in ii this Aeuueiuv will com
mence on tlie llrst Monday in .' 1 1 u- i -1 ermiii p.
Pupila can enter at any time and be clurgcil (rota
The rates i tu itiou will l no fo'lnuc: (7 50
in. 00 anl $16 000 ier Wiwiou of 6 moutlw pajalite
ui me ena ol every niontli.
No nalns will be niiaieil to uive nunlln a thnronirli
training iu all the branclics unualiy luuglt in a tint
The Academy is located in a healthy and moral
c. humility in rauklin Toirntihip four nailer ft-oiu
b-alinburv, on the new road tu Moi-kuviile.
Hosrd can be had in re-pectabie fiiniilies 'i .... 7 to
e iioi.arM per month. 1. . ;i. i.i 1 1 1 Ki '( : .
Jnnefo 1869 25 Inj V. w,A
Edge worth Female Seminary.
The next session will com
oiencc on tlie first Monday o( Sepleiuher. The
entire exfxn.se of Bard end TuKcxi wi I
from $UK) to $110 if paid in advancn. En. h
Loanier will dirnish her own It Ii f t nml lowrts
and alo a pair ol slu-en and pillmv camn. Kor
circular address J. U. M. CALDWELL
jnly2. 1869 3m Gn-enilioro', N. U.
MttS McCANILES, t the formor
M.i'lcno iif Samni-I K. HatTi'on, next door
to Dr. Sill'.- Dniir Store, will lake 8 h-iv more
Dav B laidets upon the ui"-t lU'roinmoduBwy
"- "T: ;. iQ'-iwio' ' "2'i-4t
Salis-hnty, ""r 10
ATURNEY AT I AAV.
LEXIS 0 TON, N. C
and sai h articles as are usually kept in a
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE
I )r. . B. PoiilTon, HAS JUST
retarued From the North with a Isrite sad carefully sa
le. -U'd Htock ofdruK. med'eines, chemlials perfuine
rv. aosa, fsacy articles, tooth brunhea rowba. putty,
I' i hi- Oil. v'siniKhe. Paint Bmshes, Hone and
('attic lu i.ier- Patent Medicines of all kinds, Cook
liif Soda. pperai. Vrn -tlan Itert, ronceutrnlrd
Ljra. sn lthetiest UiUersand Medi-ioea tor (bills
th it cii n be nseil.
FIXE CIGARS AND CHEWING
LP" To Physicians. --! would statethat
I hate s splendid aMoitiuent nud csreful.'y selected
Trnssos 1- Abdominal Supporters
of the latest imiirovemeala, eace'letit in qnality and
! low 1 jjiiie. ..Sinn . m-""'
KINK BRKA8T I'I MI'8 fc NCKHIXO BOTTLKS.
: x' To merchants. I am prepared tu
supply at Kait more or New York prices (by the
d .c. . auch m-t.clf ss
Esi-. Luiii'n;, i'-et. Pep!" iiiiint, Es8
Ciin.niiK.ii, LnudHuum, l'a gor
ic, B.iieinun l)mjri, Goti
Uoy lrdial, Opmlel
tloc, Cut(ir Oil,
My stack is cnuip'ete a'td composed of articles
rare i-resn ana Keimoie ;u Quality and as low in
puce as su jii aruciM can be untaxed in ui . see
in; u Kdicines can be gold far a trifle and are
deal at any pnee (audi 1 do not and will not keep. )
If ... I ....... CIS : .... . . . 1 . t . . . . .
icu. am .11. ..en ic, . c-icm. iu u.e i.ruK siarKei to
knew that PURE Urugs aad Medj.:iiies cannot be
sold for half the pru-e tieretoloie elw. (red. Hear in
in i n I it is alwara tl)e cheapaat and sa(et plan to
buy the purest Medicines.
I would I.-l' of all befiMv piwcliaslRfr elsewhens to
call and examine oiy ataifc and . et my prices
C. H . PUU1.SON.
Dtuiti?m and Afotheeary, Salisbury. N. P.. rtxt
door to Merouey ft Bro. jnne25 25: 3m.
1 SS UliA NCE COM PA NIKS.
n i.'VPi a v
Vlljil 1 lV.l nZ,.i. Aillll.lS.
""''c' ?tfn!-ia Rh. gmattwn, -
A UNIVERSAL TONiC.
I I 1 ..R......cOnliv.c .'llld
Mint an uis-at-r-
Life Insurance o'p'
OF THB 1 si l i n STATE! OF AmEBICA..
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Charteredby uptrial act aJ'Cogrt,Julii 86, '68.
Caah Capital paid in fall $1,000,000.
It is no lonfter question with any m'n.who
tenderly lores bis wife and children, who con
siders how helpless would he (heir condition in
case uf his death, as i the doty of taking out a
LIFE POLICY, hut s to which Company he
shall pay bis money.
If ho reflects a uioment he will conclude to
patrouixu thu Compaiiy which alutws tbe great
est dejtree of vitality, which extends its husi
ness over the Urgest un a. which is a iluuio
Company in every locality; which furnishes in
surauce at the least cost i . which issues no poli
Hcs that are fnrfeiUhle should he he nniihle
next year, or any suhseiiient vcar to pay his re
ncwal, and u .'.. l is undonhtedly alh- to meat
all its promise.
. Wiiij thaanienUniiaaud xiuwa, he looks ., r
the newspapers, ami, by the) iuie tickets through
leadinjf the advertisiments of llntunl or Mixed
Uompauies, he finds his miiid mi fuddled that he
is at a lo-s where to ni or what to do. lie can
not comprehend one-hall' that is written, und
concludes diut none Imt Auctua.-ies who are fa
miliar with the principles upon which Life In
surance is hascd, con compi chcid or ciplaiu
anything ahoul dividends and his iSuflily for
notes ftiveu in part liayment of premiums. In
his dilemma, hi- kail into 'he plan udopted by
the NatM.nal Life lusuiiiiicc t umpanv of the
United States of AmericH, und fiinia just what
AN ALL CASH PLAN. mJueed to the low
fat minimum rate, like any ounmodity iu mar-
Ket. so uiiu-n insurance lor so iihuii .Money.
No notes to give; no in tores I to iwiy ; no anxie
ty about Assessments; uo apjireneusion of his
Policy being forfeited next year if he does not
nay his annual Kencwal; amlthelUtessommh
Lower than other Companies, lint he aralitesa
larger Diridcud, in advance, than other compa
nies can nay him in the futune.
He tinds that, ib-ti-kd of this uneertam orom
ise, at praseul high ra e, that thu National pre
sents a certain aad definite sum for a much
lower rate and puts up its paid up Capitol of
As a gnarautoe fu:id. that its contracts Will lie
fulfilled, and. Iil.e thoJi o'kl-i.; otlrt'is, cheerful
i calls on tltuir Agent to make hi.- application
for a Policy. Hence the unprecedented anil
most wonderful success of the Xatioual as eon
irii-tel with Iho older and Mutual Companies.
The Company issued its first policy on the
lurnT August, 'itttM, und up to March 1st, Ii?fi9,
It nad issued ' poljeies
OTIie S12 Norl!) State
rr m i sii i .i . WEEKLY nv
XiBWXS HA N" 3D $
Editor and Proprietor.
n ri OP si ii. -imi no n
Onk Year, payable in advance $.'1.00
Six Months. " " 1.50
5 Copies to one address, 12,50
Ratet of Adoertitiinq.
One Square, first insertion, $1.00
For each additional iusertioni 50
Special notices will be charged 50 per cut
higher than the above ratea.
Court it ml Justice's Uiil.TS will lie publish
ed at the same ratea with other advertise
meuta. Obituary notices, over six line, charged
Tn penmna wishing r. advert is.- f..r a ton
iter time than two months the most liberal
terms will be given.
$2 50:)75 $5 008 511111 00
4 50 i i 25 6 o0 13 00 22.00
o oo y oo 12 00 20 00 aaon
8 00' 1 1 00 15 00 25 (Ml 37,50
1 1 00 16 00 20 00 00 00 45.00
18 00 24 00 .'IOOO45 0O 75.00
28 00,40 00 50 00 80 00 100.00
From the Darenport (Iowa) GaaetH.
A B0MANCE OF THE HEART.
The Death of an Iowa Reclusenit Sad
JIi.it His Birth in England Dis
appointment in Love-Emigration to
America, and Life of Seclusion in the
An old settler, one whose career i the
atrangett among tho huudreda of old Mi
llers, has just passed away. For many
years he led so secluded a life that we
nreaume nearly all of his acquaintances
hereabouts long ago lost thought of him,
or if they have remembered him at all il
has lieeu with tho supposition that ho was
far away from here, and possibly dead.
W'e allude to William Knight. Ho came
to this count: y from England, and settled
in Davenport nearly thirty years ago. He
was an attorney ; In I practised law in
London for years, and was a very able
man. IDs lam ly connections in tno old
country were highly respectable people.
He hung out hid sign here and in Rock
ingham, and soon built up quite a prac
tice, such as it was. Ho was a finely ed
ucated man, possessed a very retentive
niciuorr. was kindlv in disposition, of
4 r j i
pkaaiug address, and of a social nature.
So it was no wonder that he became pop
ular among the people. All at once, when
was iookco upon as a i isiii? man, wm-n
THE COW l'EA AS A FERTILIZER
We have long been sat is Rod, f. om ac
tual experiment, that the common cow pea
of the Southern . tales, when properly
managed, ufiford the best mid at the same
time, the cheapest medium lor the restora
tion of our exhausted cotton fields. Its
effects have been as lusting and as mark
ed upon the fertility of our soils as thai of
clover upon the worn ami exhaust, d laud
of irginia nud Mart land
The main reason why the cow pea
uoi Ui CII lli-l eioioi V till- w-; , ,
. t A....... ill' . If IT il ll'.o l'lllliei r.c
.miioiiiii iiisiireit. MBjaa it-ATI I. II lis iu " - v.., I...W-
jersey, .. . j( .. ,. iniiiaer. ..",
Hit IUIH 111"-"' - , , ,
New Kncland Mutual.
; rr.Tj v- v..rk
ILL rRACriCE iu the 1
iuu . 4l:....nee aid l.au-
.on, Forsytlie, uioiiiu.",
E . Res.h. Associate Just ice. .
M T i.vil.l Settle t ,,
m nodi ..rdUr!i--n,V.uoellKNiC.
Hon. J-l . M C
. m i a-eenl"c'0 . -
.1 lu -no"
"yiionias Uuftn, J'--
S N5 Cto'l - li'1 ,A ..f
Ja.i-.Hi v J9- ..
jfiCoi A- HENDERSON,
H ivmBrimJZ oi celiceot Medici...
Salisbury. Feb 1- i"' J-
lor all Malarial ilitva
r.v sale ere. i c ;M '
l t (1 U.,ker & tjo I i -
Aia,,., A-iJdesale. dealer in fatem
(ell. K UW. c . ci
of its existence, -miy
In its 1 nth year,
HPiiCTORAL BALM !
A V aimm-red and effcetnal Reme-ly for
l tils Mil
N ATtoKAl.in it- urst "v
o niii hs.
, , , OOK A CO.,
ll.e Fo'itlii rii Stales.
1. V. PKSl L 1.
General Agent mr North C.irolinn.
xi h. SKalurY. NcC, nae
h runic Ur,ch,i-;i""'" ,
iv., ,.Ua ii. ml vane '0 ae ,
'it. '.o V i' cii" ' "
j. ..; in,, is. tJL'i; . ana
, ,,., ie 01 Uo.nu more real sei vi. -
.... i.u, ..minion, than all
1 -.i.iot. MiXrna.-&
.l,ur Miiniliv. Blsimr
for the counties
of' Rowan, Davie, and Da-
veil known Ivu their
,f.c. ates named : i.r.U is
J"" .ci inl I AH IT I I
L a n 'IS. Xo ,
in ' 11 "
viriues ai.i a ci-.....v
I be 1. 'Stilt ol long
. I.,. ..t 1.
. 1 . .1.., ..voerietiee ami
am. . , , , . t. , ,.,.,., (O-
iiai on o lie laws 01 v , '
""II" ....... .nioli.atetaHmedsof retln
a:,en,s, . their, phy-ioloo.cal and Iheiapeu...:
effect on ili. lmm.ai sv.-lem. Fm.,or.
I, j, none ....like H e nnmbe.less Lltpe-Ir
aJiWAb kiy ami .-
' i' .1 7 il.pi.iiff.-nns and ewnhois.a
enl IV liaui" .
State of North Carolina.
Suwrior Court, 8pr4a Term, 1809.
James UaVw,.o,l, .dminls.r-lor . f J.m. s . h,V
w-vl. Sr.. .!. ees-,a - , '
1 . -n - ii' .-
1!. Hh wreif. Sir
Jr. P- ll
wl,en . very" pUnitW has a large pro
er'W,T. :. EJ Is Ivimr idle, there
irlion 01 in- p - , . .1.1 Li
' 1. .. 1... Sta.fl
. ...Ii,.- I I I I- I " '
t in every fiefd not absolutely necessa
ry for corn r cotton.
.. i nl.nt tbe pea,
Now is tlie oesi uu- 1 :
d we desire to give our ag. -icultura
. . , 1, ..r ..... fill -pxeerimeni
I.I.1..1-- 'i r,r vr . ...
,,,co,h.. .hen, to make ; similar, ffo.ts.
()ur Uwinn Y J' Y, . V
exhausted land, t wen.y cn -u -
o lvii."' hi 13i". tli,g" Ior '
J ..T. .. 1 .1... .1. ...itl. a turn
'1 Ills lie Ol one ui-p --
. 1 ... .Ki. QtieefM'tl-
l.,w ill Ihe slimmer, ami ... v-v -
. r .il down in wheat, ino cop.
carefully measnred, was a Ir tlelets
. .... i...s1.hL 1 1 ib ac e
y 1. 1
,. .1... iriiPilt a? cm
his prospects were brightest, he dropped
out of society, and was soon "as though
he were one dead " The seeret of that
retirement to a lonely cabin in the woods
is known to but few, but now that ho is
dead tin re can be no harm iu publishing
When Knight left England it wns with
out the knowledge of his relatives and
friends there. He arrived at New York
and immediately pushed for the far West,
and Davenport was about as far West as
men cared to go in those days. His
friends in England supposed that be had
gone to America, and adverits-d descrips
tions of him, with offers of good rewards
for tidings of his whereabouts. For years
their eff orts were fr.mfcss But at last
they took another course, win
nrVi as to the owner, if H W cam
f.o hei. hands. Well, Knight's walcl.
go, out cf order. There .was nobody nbo
L.U repair it. Accordingly
to Philadelphia, n.i, as hick
2 , an establishment in which a descnp-
tlou of tho watch waa poalea.
prietor wrote to London parlies
! . J .1... .enteh. OvC
. . . . .1. I I 1 il Tit
; a . '... . ii. lviMtTii.
From the Near Orleans Picayune.
A DETEJTIVE'S EXPERIENCE.
I once arrested a man, said Mr. F. ac
cused of killing his wife. Although con
victed, I bavo always been doubtful if bi
sentence was jnst. He came here a stran
ger ; silent and repel hint in his manner,
making no acquaintance aud shunning so
cio' v. He was a foreigner, too, speaking
our language but imperfectly, and relying
soh ly for sympathy and coufidenceoii the
beautiful woman, whose warm, sunny
loveliness seemed chilled by the cold, rigid
manner of hei husband . She was very
young, too, and those who knew tbem
host from si ring them most declared that
her glad uttcrunces were often frosen
her childish laughter stilled by a gloomy
look of sterm command. He seemed a
man at war with mirth, and brooked no
.1 1 would
country as soon asine oc-un -
fluff way to Davenport a r
i... a. won lit uiniw. j
ilia.ovo . . . .
runaway- 1 ey mia t i:h mv hand on his shoulder
- 1 lt ,.,,tiirp l & inm cc ,
a C CC TT 11 MM. I'C . I . M " - . - ..
ini. nil T COIln-i"C..."
joy in'hts alienated sympathies. She fear
ed him too ; for those who saw bow the
young creature gladdened whon tbe sun
light flung its beauty around bcr, when
the flowers bloomed in her way, or nature
answered back her smiles, saw. too, h t
furtive glances to sco if he noted the tran
sied joy she felt, and saw her baddened
at the frown she met.
(.ie night the people at the homo at
Which they stayed heard her srrexm in
tenor, but fhsman's gloomy nature had
made them fearVo enter his room unless
I.., red, and several miuutrs elapsed before
they summoned courago to ascertain the
cause of her alarm. When at last, a ser
vant opened the door, the young wife lay
deid upon tho floor, stabbed to the heart.
Tho man was gone. Mr. I. and myself
were sent for at once, and came immed.
defyV Tlie window fronting the street
was open a leap of nearly twenty feet to
the banquette hut through this it was
certain the roan escaped The knife tha;
still pierced her heart was a Spanish dag
ger, and usually lay upon the mantle.
lis sheath was thrown upon the floor. It
looked ns if it had been snatched np in
sudden passion to do a deed of blood.
It was fate at night, and the woman
hud been aroused fTin ilaSMfc "JM
Zr crv of despair, i
ahuddered as 1 looked at tlie specie., -So
young, so lovely, so ful of witching
ld Imrdlv think a being so
ESaZSZK Only the day
I had seen her, with eyes flashing hke the
sunlight, a form of beauty, and laughter
rippling like the song of W-fcgfe
looking indeed, "like a thing of beauty
, . i.r And now she lay
alHl t IWT lUIV'-V," ,
dead. 1 noteu we II eact. u...-.
in the search 1 haU ton... , 7"
at heart, turned from tbe place to look for
ber murderer. ...... . , - . .-a
At the threshhold 1 met ncr uu.u..-.
. a .1 1.:. . ......I.lc-r
They resorted to
stratecv. and cue
rest for some off- nce,
"Yon are my prisoner !" '
Sirl" he indignantly exclaimed, how
VeaVll.e rate of two bushels. ol he acre.
F .rly in DcWI.er the peas were Uli .ied un
SSuh a deep I'm row, and a feW
,a,er wheat was sow,, ami c.n-h U fcg
rowed in upon the pea h. I II J
rt little uio.e than double ll.e firs! J
o. d, R chard II
..,l and Wife Di
. . ii- W If II ivinm
ami who .. ,, - . - -- -.- . .
ui ami aiinin'i- "".T
it ,A nrnmtltlv 10 ihe ColleC-
XttZTT ' teh2G-ly
tlOll 01 ." "
Dr. I. W. JONES,
Balt-lMUV. oilers nis
1 AtoZS lservice;"the'pu.,.iCH
Protess o ni -, ,h, Court H
feceonLoumiioM . , , -. ,(, HUtton
suui r w lw May W, ltf.
UHVT A aSUlSUEXTEXSIVEBlSIXKSS
Connecticut .Motua ILifo
people;, u. .he b,ct. ... - ; w
te : nor is n .
,1,-r to I'.iL me poor s..... ...
Manv a VHli.ii
. . :.. . I . . I . .a. ..- i, Il.i,-I.ee
witn us u.-.c.s.- -,,.afwi in
Ue life Mi heeii imi "','""; :' ., , i,
to a premBluretrrvv
On the isotit.ary. -It IS
. - .... H.IM.H - fjl -CV"
caicmaieu m .- ,i
Which of ..sell is exeepilllmly F'
. "-. i ...a ..u.citi.c im 1011. to le al am.
by lis !., .-....... n -
dc. ii.Ham.-d and WriatfP
no one. bieh
I 1 ill I Heiil-iiiiiu
arriTTn 1 II f 1 1
Inuome fn' "fT .....1 LH4.W 48
l n. oroe irom "". ...a.7469W.U
ioWl iacomeloriue,.,- ! 221 336 00
L,(UePid -,-: '.' W8 384-UO
Hivideaas paid - H 8S3 00
'Vatal Loe- M ml "1JJBJ ..5.197 .JU.U0
Zt Zt 11 'auuSeMUje for
11 A i Z. Lraatlv exceeds the lossea. ana '"
interest !" 5"L more than the total
the UI The AeU of the Coumsny
'rTwsl l-.th Millions- nd wl& 6
tri o'fferamaur inducements to those in-
'S? any ouSTUmpany in thecountTy. M.
SSfaWiSi co.ip.ii ... the desirable form,
ol inauranca- g D WAlT
. . . u .
x. .ui lie mi
Of the s-veral n.ieiiiei.
.i Ll.u.kl Halm 'hero i
1 ins . . . ... ,.....,, II.
constantly Hsed, .y i4' '7"
a.u.-wu la.ve eu-.tlaled, and ' '
1,r"' . . -.1..... r. ,m-
eminent me.lieai ifcniieio.... -ooriuonhas
m-. n ..d.- k.wu. ti ei. b s . a
Leo one. wiioliasnU hwl.ly aptMOVeJ and
eases, with marked a.lvalttageJ ,
Pieoarul sud solifoiily, l
. . ........ .,
J ' .... tf.,,l Pilate AstU.
I'eintoH r'i. . - i ,
to the aallSlaeiiou ... ....
u... i.i..i l.-chaiu i.i.y-
. , im ...... I,.. Icon.
wood, esnnoi m.n r ----- .
' ak.Umit.ol this State: It IS or,).
. , t . A.. hV i..lJi-.tioil to.
tmiaP-- :' vr.1).- SUuU .a.
eks 8,i,..-e-siveiy, m i"'
wspaper ."Wisrd in ;
N C. notitvm- inoain ..,....
ants M appear at the next "entiof said ....... I
Truv. on ih-lourlh monnay ; ;
nuie 'av in Anv- BU" mun' , ,
: .. IminisirHli.i or lb- sau v i- "-'
""" ' ,11 .1 at rmrte a- ''
.anvo j" j .
''".'I1.'.': ... n tr.,i,. r?ori of our said
Willies-, v v- w rr . ,.,, !.... v
I 1' ' . Ill'
1 ... I .1
. - - , . L ,r i
Ins reiuiu , 4 2 us. nr
Ueavoreu iu - ...
that nom.su -- . crc yct in y eyes;
i.... j...,f.r JVM i.. - -
gen.- u..ci v
. i .i t,.,l,. . in farewell
" ' i ...l t tln ii- native
,"iV!6!. b 7" iU Aal time forward
rv " o,.iv last, ho was a
until ins iicaui, - ---- ' -' . tarm
ii.. i trill it ill. a , ,n ui
horror of this deed sun oeio rj
I could scarcely retaiu my patience but
. a - ..I .iimiiv in ne ioie-1, i - i .L. ,.,,,.: iaS neouie
erwten.ioo.vo '"".. ,,. his disappcareu . . nm I.r.
there, alone win f "M'"""" ST timp 8tood grouped avonna uie WW.-
ic f u ii. "u I . t ... ii nnii iniira.BB"
.....r Itockindiani. a heavily woouea tmn, . me etairg
l"- " " N .!-.. lorest. ana " rr 7 -m
'" ' 1- . 1 ... 11... .-ooms. 1
nice, books and papers, lie spo..
l"i' - . . -.. . f..,
"I arrest you sir, for the murder ot your
wife! ... . . , :ij .
in. . ba that 01 some wins w"
111s ci " " . . y j
...... Ll -.1.(1
HOO RAISING, &C.
Interesting letter from the Her. W, E,
Pelly to the Raleigh Sentinel.
I am glad to see you manifest so much
interest in tho domestic concerns of our
people, and the promotion of the great
object of Agriculture. There can be no
permanent improvement in the pecuniary
and economic interests of North Carolina
that does not have for its basis, the im
provement of Agriculture. Our soil is
the great laboratory ont of which must
coroo the future wealth of the State. All
other schemes of improvement, while
they materially aid agriculture, can only
be secondary to it and should bo mad
subservient to its promotion.
I lie eminently practical letter of Mr.
Robert Bingham, of Mebanevilie. which
yon copied tho other day from a Farmers'
Journal, was an excellent contribution to
the interests of Agriculture ic tbe Stato, "
and I hope to sco it followed by articles
add letters of the same character from all
the farmers of the State, to our Statu
journals. I would suggest to our plant
ers when they write for the information of
the masses to be always practical and suf
ficiently specific. They must not take it
for granted that their readers ean always '
supply omissions which they may make.
Mr. Bingham, for instance, in speaking
of the value of Baugh's Fertilizer, waa
uot particular tojdesignalo the character of
his soil ; and the application of it to a
particular class of soils. The precise
nature and condition of the soil must be
understood iu order to use, judiciously,
the various kinds of fertilizers now in
use. Many are led by the high wrought
descriptions of particular fertilisers to
pmchase them, without knowing in what
quantity and when to apply them, and by
consequence a (allure results in bitter de
nunciation of tho particular kind of fer
tilizers used to no profit, and often of
the Agents vending them, for the lack of
the necessary inhriimtinn wliasiw f
f-fSjl illlil illid it V" "V
x- if. ot.lfl and our Western
.ubicet Mr. Bii.fil.ara in speaking of
subject. i 7,1, .,1. if I remember
Si by the AUmance Pinter n ihe or
dinary way, cost him $15 5
surprise the bog raieers of iu Western
ano Eastern Counties amazingly. 1
ana .vi host raiser in
onceuearu - - ,a,ap,l .
(Jatcs County sny, u. '
100 pounds of port tmn w" "
83 p hundred. He was a very success
ful Lk and bacon producer, sud I un
diod him te say that a barrel of corn
was all that was necessary 10 raise a p.g
wns " , ,,.k averaeo price
to welgu iyw r - -
I too' I
IU.:. Ill i If lown o
" ... t L-..I tr
.1 ... r. l,,l. J..1 III I ' 1 - te. .
-Ow:fe VlU. V. 0. U ADK. t S.t
State of North Carolina
trl Spriny T '. "
.f J -na'J.a'i llc-i
field was a-ai.sow.i in p8 as
won s tue ""7 -7" . hi,a
lulll,d under as before in "c t
.1,, .hi the soil. 1 l. )"'"
...r , ii i 1 1. 1 he same treai-
"e louri. " . :, , ,,1
,'ei.tv-seveii uhbio .i
bids lair to
hxi .-, f.-rtT-Wh.-ls. A'rtw-Hy-
1 in 'K' . ..j ...,i;.., ..veeiil
applied to ll.e laUi" ' '-"a " v
. ' ... .1 Ii i 1 it HI n'' -v" ,r
lie l.ea, a"'' "
I. iln-ci ow iUiune. mil
' 1 a . ' I
...i , n Nrt i
Ha r. ectv
. . . r t-tiliaFtlMi Wood stains.
Kngland gO-1 W 3fe&A knell, with
moot, he made iwi
Lac the fifth, vein) the crop
-. - . . 1
',, 1. liiCK i--e
"We uaist some of uiir
... induced mwry n. r -
I 1 : u- ku w
Drill ' en-
ri v, and M to read of new and notea : - - ,,ftt
o ,k's and their authors. Be ked ftorn courage when hone had
... f.o.,1 washed hift own clothe-, cut his "'f"-.., ufr nt its ebb a cry like that
1 ' . . t.i ... mrsnt-lifn- " . i . u:: "
own woo.l. ami was in. ja- - - - of ome strong swimmer m -e-v
erallv. H" --.' ivtd,?1 ?'J? U S as virtue gives when honour fled
1 . . . . . - liA IV IIH III I ' ... fl n M .
& Smith were his agenis, ; Sobbine, crying, calling tier naiae ... -
,l0, of a Utile ...come, and ci her 0e bobb.. S, nk
.he firm, or a messenger rom mum, . r , we carrlea n)m away.
" " a I Wild l UULIa ......--- n -
ways wcleoiue, i
in that day and that section was
abont $3 per barrel, xie '-
If ins hogs were . - -
. J do t inn fid
had been eat.njrau "AnroA
I hi J lin HHIU
,r,Le, nor did be feed oorn in the ear
. . v. .1 .... nrniiud it. ano
irrain, but im '")-.w--- j-a
wm ' - a 1 .. .1 niurnvH iiiuiiu
it tnc oesi --- 0 .
lareo use ot potatoes
S.r V V ttl-i,
We c-.rt UWiKw.
w 1 1
r, '.V...I.. .cio.iiesl I. it'll
- " .... I;...'....-.:..
hlon. de.-eas.-rt, mlm "' '
David Riebarilaon. MartiU Moreno ni". '
".' , .M;..i..nUm. Matv J 1 -
I I 1 c I. 1 11 - - - .
Uici.arJron ami rammi-u.
Petition to make tt'd ExMn Aet.
riKwaring to the sa.isla.-iion ol .be O
WOMAN'S FRIEND !
A tafa and reliable remedy for
All Diseises Peculiar U lVaiIe,
- - l ie. v."-- . . ... . -n n.B
-BCCB AS I , . It is of! ifil Hi'" ' "
Whiles ; Prohpsus Vtcrh ., , ,, for sue w. . r' it .
If., HVonfi i Irrcmdur 1 ,J Old North Stale, a news.wr p. I b-b
u : eal V
thai alt th''
Hfter due dilttjfenee
a C -J.ta mtm
above named n. "' 1
U- foiiud wince. 'lie
5 9 ly
V7iwa. . , .,. it,,
WI d.-iir lo arn U
..irri in. n.l cin.unirri
rf iNriaaFMlJSbl'Mlta. f-r .hair
-h, laMMMnn. - - , ui,rfrli - the r"i""l
i !SK313Sraa4 WUa ,rk-
, that a el-T E2X in. A ..th.r, ? ht a.
I awert ba. . aeret- -o ."bl,c
In ,Bi.k.n ,hl,l!"r:.(.,iwi up lh,m i aa "bey ara
iiaXSi " "" ' r,r 1
after aa orlflnal n1 a" 'c"r
' lh 1. aetraa, V-lSe, poM.1" r '
.r,. S-o-rf.na w ' j" 00 ,.le hy other..
.,aaf.h many SUlg rir6ular will al:
he l aiiw VJTi , r,.,h cnuffi SxM MM
1 r..7.nf i-en. or
I Vallina of the Womb: Jrreaulur
Painful, or Suppressed Menstru
ation ; Pain in the Hack ;
Nervousness. Wakejulness, Weakness, ite
DKH1CATED 10 IRS
LADIES OF AMERICA,
For wliosc lieneftt it was feaigart, at,.i a l" bap
piueaitwill vryuote. by l! d -acovarer.
D j. J. J. LWVaENCE.
II .- .' u... II, i.
in the 'own ol eniisi.ni. t,
ni deJendant to K'y ' '
, .i.ur.att. leWlarm
1 . ... n..... io Te.iv. on lie
:M;V..i..l loi:.iav.nA..,'-l next.,...-!
.ni ''"tp .... .. i ...:a..iiii4i .Mice or
I .M ..,,.,....1.1 l.l-S.lc. cc -
I f lira, i
4-b Won !
ex parte a-
bf taken pio egnfesso ai J heard
. . r : 1 n....,
ti-:... C. C. VVinie. el.'iKO. otirsi e, -
at office in Troy, ihe 4'b Monday al.f. 1 be i
Monday in Vel.ruar R
ThU Juno, 1869. ' aw
,.,..m-I '.Vll.L 1 U--KUKtiAMi, .0
. ,-y a . .?
,1 Chronicle ana zownu.
The Sumter S. C Nws of Thursday
say ' . 1 .
The Uev. Bishop Davis pre.u bed o a
rl'grationo, .unday last, at ihj
eoi.fii iualiou hi a hdj pns.nl.
-..r ....v w .. .. ....iiciiee
was a treat to listen u -' , r
and w in n " "
al ' . . r...... ,-.s view.
O IS StitH- m"
true religion heefcOie bright-
... . :.. I.i- Blind, we must '"
,, ,,,, ...... .
iaaton ... tin- win 01 ' -ml
him of ph ysical sight a . V
stowvda no r.i.e . 7.
Loi.jc . , v I liv to .V..'vale the doc
el bis UUtTU.
I I . . 1. ,U- .1.. WAS
.1 eoiue. UUl ll'uu vsrv ---
"n'"'.: . .;r a hed in
,.,,m I."-"-"" of .1,.
one corner, a iw" - - .
.... .Ira mid a trunk con
II. .or. one or i. - - .
would nrhi.r. eortl woon.
a -i enable Mm kfiLS.
,,, be would he seized wi.h a letter-wri-"
..nd letter f.. his lawyers every
-1. ! v f,r' afortni.t would he iheresn t,an
, ,...1 " - 1 . . ..,..A him as fully ue
Hr.irfw.-r uemg cr-"- .
h the maitur ot eor.espmuo
And thus he
lif ht of narn
. h'.le that of
T. 't'Zmi tn.nnrlAnea
ol t ne 111 ui"'"' ""f t . . 1 .: ..
k!d the lite of a hermit; save iu relation
with his attorneys alone.
Two yars ago Knight was sowed with
able move. Quarts were p.ov.dcd fc
. . 1 .... it..ro:ird Hebrick, ..
linn at um oou.-i - f
he Locust street road, two ...1 e w.rt of
" U street when lr was well taken care
of until 8un.lav, the 4th i,:., when ne
dltX having just passed the 74th auniver
Hirv nf hisjl-irlh day.
Why he. who was so g-fird by nat ore
llld s.;spi. n ii.iiy.-i';c- t fn7cri"
T. .eemed so certhin that tie Kine.1
that none believeP.m 'J. ,
manner showed no gn.lt. It
. r 1 nnother raav have done
been h."ji , , it a.
the deed ; but a jury sa.d he
. . ' k. tlu mvBtervmav be clear-
llie yearn "j y- ' - a
. . . u ..nn i hnn now ot me
ed osn my uc. vH..- -----
. . Jnno nra ao. It robbed
lawless ucvu v.".." j - -o . j
. 1 .u. i nnoliirht his manhood
twTomhUth the only flow-
cr that gave to him its incense a' rv"
! ' Ht he never denied it-only look
ed at you when he was spoken to m an
aimless and wandering way, as d tl.e
Z lthat had deprived him of the only
EX he loved had destroyed his rea-
u8u .oi.pir .iL.i-;ahies.but
kins, turnips, ana '-e ' h.
always cooked tbem. i'7 r- -
- , . .1 An in iiiii'p.
Me Mineham teeUa lrwu po"y - o .
- - o
t -rnra have passed since then, but
the memory of that horror lingers m ray
that 1 shudder at the thought of it.
don his luxn.ious
friends, make his way
TO rilYSlCIAXS. v
. i.u nf hlcli the WoinanV Kiienil is cow
mmmaM are'publisl.ed amuort Met bottle, anil M is
rii.l .0 be tba bast tteriue Toulc sad alteral.ye
... I . rii i l ei! .
"' - ii,ei.ihii"."- -- .... .... ,r .
Heran,.. I Mocksville. on ei.nes. ay..u ....
nest. R. V JVnnio.. .u., n .
M . ,1 i i'. hl bi.m.r.'a1 tbe, Court H.-ain
L 1 ...
- L. j
S!,Jf aa I ABIL LARD. NlW VOK''W'-r
.... - 1. .t.i. .narel.at.'c ncent in all
mcnte0f r... ..male lieprove Orgaj.
llva'.rr a. arvous Maaaana. r
JIW- i'00 i"r CtJ
J. IL BAKER CO .
Wholesale agents. No. 4, ?'.,':
O-Tawbon, sl Cursor Wt-sj - ad-
tand, lying'on tin, Ju
County, Arkansas B"
Bolton, Judge flacter and Jthrtj
Vocksville, N. C,
June 23, '69- i
Dtunlardncss an Idiocy.
UteVU:,.... of 'C-rp1.t-s Physio .,
" i. ia mentioned that .4 h.ee
hundred and fif.y-ninC ' W -8,i "' knight
lU, coiidttion ot hose piogciiois
be ascertained, LJfZ
of ab.olute drunkard, and a large pro
portion Of the parent, of tbe reminder
Were more or less intemperave
irienns. iu ii , ...I..., a-4
wilds lor a residence, and ll.eu'i whe n d i
, Ubl IMS friend-, nmrt to lh. M(
1 .. i.. .,;; mid bpeonteut witn it v-
,v two 01 more years, is pWwgfS
2, inadvertent admission cb'
trrs to his legal friends, wherein he admits
a ir : no nn ' .
m VILEST a -Wted
J. t .1.. tiroleil'eu
Iter oecaur..- r T l-.,f'ittpr.
and a catle 10 a young
who being a younger son uan
own way to fortune and to fame.
The Petersburg Index speculates upon
the "coming" price ot eHr
As fa- as we ate capable of forming an
nl ion, it is that the season will open at
about "wo dollars, at which the price may
be expected to continue abont two months.
IH'er .. . ..t are how It
Longer tban mat - - - -
..r-...;.w.(i alia muni;;
rati uu ppitt".vi - 111 .v. 1
winter and spring it to WP m ffl
shall see hrcailstuns aop.si.og
to ihe standard o? lormer jieur.. a....,
of course, to liable many contingencies
such as the harvest in Lumpe-tbe actual
result in ibis country, fcc. ice.
. - . 1 ....... ...wii.-eil.
he always nan aai- - .
I consider tbe uisposiuu.. ---to
quit raisieg hogs and Jfg
unwholesome and badly toOC
tem and Baltimore bacon f d rthetn
pork, an error and a tr'T veresU
most of our farmers largely u.
a e the cost of making their own bacon.
I have no doubt that many manage them
so badly, they cost enormous, --0-proper
ly 'trained and fed, timely penned
Snd cared for, will cost far less than
1" Lmrine Besides if they are pen
ned early, they contribute largely , a n
oeo cany, 1 j- vnlnnbleTmanur j'mi
oreusing iuo nwva
SS recent visit to Eufito .
Esq.. this Comity, I learned tact
St attending hogs, which I
thy to co.nra..icttte. He showed a patch
bis garden, covering two squares m
our' ordinary gardens, which he last year
planted in long grem, ru.....oS -f
with rows of corn between, from which
he assured me he supplied his family WW
Luashe,, and kept sixteen bogs almost
! al fit InrlC the entire summer nnin
of corn until Kit ing -" "
give him the fattest meat he ever killed.
TT.e squashes were cut up ven totbo
Z H I have 110 doubt they wonTd haya
been mucn oeuer 11 vuj -.
ed. He was so well pieaseu w.v.
t. ..... . noartei of a million dollars a
year to light the streets of Chicago.
Dr. Hall assails tbe idea thftt men rest
a.- j: ..t!.in. He says the only
bealvhful rest, as long as our physical
The rupeHntendnt gf b New " every -
York has an file W"- whcre M y0B, h is the hardest tb.ng
four persons who mj J , do uothinf.
.ppearea - -
? 7 " r
pe'riment, he is repeating it the present
year H considers them far preterablf
to, and cheaper than peas, po.
pumpkins. 1 have no .Wbt of it. 1 hope
I ... will rather unurove
our laiiui-i. . .ii
u . 1.. nhpen and cattle, arid kee
Blue" ri r
nn tne rearing
it. . . - -
rh B : I I
Uii t: il , v -