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KOSLVGCTUSFOlt 1874. THE ALDINE, An Illustrated Monthly Journal univer sally admitted to be the Handsom est Periodical in the World, A Jicprescntativc and Champion of Am erican Taste. Not Sold in Book or News Stores The Aldine. while issued with all the regu'arity ha none of the temporary or timely iuherest char teristic of ordinary periodicals. It is an excellent miscellany of pure, ligh- and graceful literature; and a collection of pictures, the rarest 'specimens of artistic skill, in Mack and white. Although each succeeding number affords a fresh pleasure to it friends, the real value ami beauty of TV e. Al dine will be most appreciated after it has been bound up at the clone of the year. While other Xmblication may claim superiorcheapness. as com pared with rivals of similar class, The AUline, is a TiiiUpio and original conception alone and unap Ijroached absolutely without competition in price or character. The ossessor of a complete vol ume cannot duplicate the quantity of &ie paper and engravings in any other shape or number of volumes for ten times its cost; and then, there are the chromo,. beside! AKT Ii:iAItT3Ii:XT, 1874. Art illustrations of The Aldine has won a world wi lo reputation, and in the art centre of Europe it is an admitted fact that its wood cuts are exam ples of the highest i-rfectoiii ever attained. The common prejudices in favor of "steel plates," is rapidly yielding to a more educate J and discrimi nating taste which recognizes the advantages of superior artistic quality with greater facility of production. The wood cuts of The Aldine possess all the delicacy and elaborate finish of the most costly steel plate, while thev afford a better rend ering of the ai fist's original. To fully realize the wonderful work which The, Aldine is doing for the cause of art culture in Am erica, it is only neeessry to cousider the cost to the people of any other decent representations of the productions of great painters. In addition to designs by the members of the National Academy, and other noted American ar tists The AUma HlrrprodiT-e examples of the best foreign masters, selected with a view to the highest artistic success and great general interest Thus the subscriber to The Aldine will, at a tri lling expense.enjov in his own home the pleasures and refining influence of true art. The quart ;rly tinted plates for 1371 will be bv Thomas Moran and J. I), Moran. The Christmas issue for 1874 will contain special designs appropriate to the season, bv our K-iit ar tists, anl will surpass in attractions anv of is pre decessors. PHF3IIU3I VOll 1S74. Ever subscriber to The Aldine for the year 1374 will receive a pair of cliromos. Tiie original pie tires weie painted in oil 'or the publishers of The Aldine. by Thos Moran. whose great Vol rado'was purchased by Congress for ten thousand dollors. The subjects were chosen to represent the "East" and the --West." One is a view in The White Mountain. New Hamps ire: the other gives the Cliffs of Green River, Wyoming Territory. The difference in the nature "of the scenes tlenselves is a pleasing contrast, and affords agood display of the artist's scope and coloring. Toe chromosare e tch worked from thirty distinct plates, ami are in b:zo (12x16) an 1 appearance exact fac-si-nilies of '"e originals. The presentation of a w nthy exam ple of America's created landscape minter to the subscribers of The Aldine was a buhl but peculiar ly happy idea, audits successful realization is at tested, by the following testimonial, over the sig nature of Mr. Moran himself: N'ewakk. N. J., Sept. 20: h, 1S73, Messrs James Sr.tton and Co. Gentlemen: I am delighted with the proofs in c -lor of your chromo. They are wonderfully suc cessful r prf-SMiittioiis by mechanical procecs of the original paintings. Very respo. t f ull v. (Si'iiiJ.) xj ros MOHAN. THIOLS:- a y ar, in advanvc u-ith Clron$os. For I'illy Out Extra Tiie Chromos will be sent, tu muted, varnished, and prepaid by mail. Tin Aldine will, hereafter, be obtainable only by wubecripti m. Thei e will be no reduced or club rates: cash for subscriptions must be sent to the publishers diect, or handed to the local canvas ser. without re.-.K7isil,i irv to the publishers, ex cept in c.ises where tho certificate is given, bear ing the fac-simile big latare of James button A Co can ass i:ns waxthh. Ar.p person wishing to act permanently as a lo ci! cmvanser will receive full an I prompt infor mation by applying tr JAMUS SUTTON CO. Publishers. 53 Maiden Lane, Xcw York. Scab I Testimony From tiie Battle-Fields. A WEEK LI XEVSrAPEB PirVTOTID TO THE War Keeord or North Carolina. Subscription Price, one Year $12.00 XOTH I- fi I5Y TIIK EKX'SS. Ocr Living- and Our Dead, a w eekly pa per published in Newbern by that gallant soldier and elegant gentleman, Col. Pool, commends itself to every true Southerner. Its object is to record the part N. Carolina took in the late Avar. Every Soldier in the State ought to take it. Price $2,00 per amum. Warrenton Gazette. Our Living and Our Dead. We again call attention to this valuable paper pub lished by Col. S. D. Pool, in Newbern, N. C. We have read with great interest the valuable historical matter which under the successful hand of Col. Pool, assumes its proper shape, and is published in this val uable journal. Those of our people who feel an interest in the preservation of our war record as a State, should write to Col. Pool and enclose $2 for a year's subscrix tion. Kinston Gazette. Our Living and Our Dead. This is the Qoxth Carolina Sonrnals. T II i: KALKKai SLXTIXEL Hon. Josiah Turner. ) r T. IS. Kingsbury, Editcra The Daily Sentinel, eight dollars perannnm. The Semi-Weekly S ntinel. five doilara per an num. The weekly Sertinel, three dollars per annum. rjiiiE in i, Kit; 1 1 daily xews, Stone A Uzzell. Proprietors. Uamuel T. Williams, Political Editor. Published daily at seven dollars a rear. The Wee 5-ly News is published on Wednesday at two dollars a vear. NORTH CAROLINA AG K I C U L T V 11 A I II O U S H GEO. ALLEN & CO., rpili; WILI.(.'TO. JOt RXAL, Engelhard A Sanders, Eds. A Publishers. The Daily Journal is published every morning name of a paper published weekly at New- (Mondiys Vxceo'edj for eight dollars per annum, bern, N. O, by S. I). Pool, the "object of. The Weekly Journal is published on Friday at wmcn is to give auetaneu History oi JNortii Address, .STEPHEN D. POOL, $2.50IN'CAS CASH riiEMlUMS FOR subscriber To the Successful County, $100. To that County of the State which shall furnish us the largest subscription list, in proportion to population, (not feint thin on "iwure'O. ONE ilUNDHKD DOLLARS, to be applied ns the sub scribers may "boose. The award to be made on 1st of October, and all subscriptions received, in anv manner, to be credited to thi count v To Memorial Associations, $50 To that Memorial Association wbieli shall sen 1 r.s tiie largest 1st. not U:s than '.. FIFTY DOLLARS, to be applied by the Associatijn as uiav deem b st. two dollars per ye?.r To Younjr Ladies, 115. To the ymng lady who shall send us tho larges unt of subscribers (wot Uss- than 'xenty-ficc'j TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. To Little Girls, .$13. To that little girl, not exceeding fourteen years of age. who shall send us the largest list nut less han fiftten), FIFTEEN DOLLARS. To Little I Joys, 10. " To that lit'lebov who shall send us tho largest lint (nor ten than TEN DOLLARS. For General Competition, $50. To that person, lady or gentleman, girl or boy, who shall send us t ie largest subscription list. (itot less than fij y) before tiie 1st dav of August next, FIFTY DOLL RS. H T O T X I I x V V V E K . .ISin value f:r$:5. in value for $(. ."4- in value for $t). if7JS ia value for$ 1 U. THE LARGEST, REST and most POPULAR CMRO.M(iS in the world, in all their beauty a id artistic excellence, from the Original Stones. Uniform Size seventeen by twenty ix inches Price, 15 each. Given as" rrcmiums to yearly S ibscribers to DEFORESTS Illustrated Monthly 3Iajrazine, The 3IcKlei JIagzine of America, t St.J yearly Having purchased the copyrights at an enormous expense, with the expectation of securing the largest circulation of airy Magazine in America, we 1 ave determined on making an unparalelled offer of the justly celebrated Pictures, "The Old Oaken Racket." After Jerome Thompson, as a Premium for 1874. How dear to this heart are the scenes of my child hoo I, When fond recollections iecall them to view The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wild wood, And every loved spot which my infancy knew; The wide-spreading pond, and the mill which stood by it, Tha bridge, and the rock where the cataract fell. The cot of my father, the dairy-houe nigh it, The old oaken bucket -the iron-bound bucket The mows -covered bucket, which hung in the well. "Captive Child." After Jerome Thompson, as a Premium for 1875. "Home, Sweet Home." After Jerome Thompson, as a Premium for 1876. After the Storm." I3y F M II De Haas, as a Prea ium for 1877. Each Chromo, is a work of art. i fully equal to an Oil Painting worth Five Hundred Dollars. The Chromos are now ready, and are sent by mail on receipt of the subscription for either, or all of the years, as above, varnished and on a rol ler, postage 10 cents extra. Or mounted on Can yas and Stretcher, (or an Oil Painting.) for 50 cents each extra, which includes the postage. r mounted on Canvas and Stretcher, in elegant 2 inch Gilt Frame; with Arabesque corner ornaments yard of crimson cord, and packed, $ 3.00 extra each. Address ' W, .Jeiniinsrs Iemorest, 838 Broadway, New Y'ork. tfc?" Four years' subscriptions and all the four Chromos sent immediately for f 12; but do net fail at least to tend $3 for your subscription for 1874 andget as a premium the Magnificent Chromo, "The Old Oaken Bucket." y CASH PREMIUMS FOR ARTICLES mWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, will be gives to JL that non-commissioned officer or private of a North Carolina command, who shall furnish the best description of any battle in which he was en gaged upon the soil of North Carolina, or of any other State. TWFNTT-FIVE DOLLARS, will be given for the be.t War Poem, not less than one hundred lines, written by a Nerth Carolina lady or gentleman. TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, will be given for the best Memorial of officers or men who fell righting in defence of North Carolina, or at the call of her constituted authorities. TWENTY-FTVE DOLLARS, will be given to the author of the best account of the prison at Salisbury, the treatment of prisoners there, with other matters of interest pertaining to the general reatment of Federal prisoners who were cap u red during the war. mWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, will be given to the JL author of the best account of the treatment of Confederate priuoners in any Northern prison du ring the war. FIFTY DOLLARS, will be given to the author of the best SERIAL STORY of the WAR. The story to be founded upon incidents which actually occurred, and the scenes to be laid in North Caro lina or Virginia. The promiaent actors, hero and heroine, to be North Carolinians. Though these premiums are BJialL it is hoped they will excite the proper competition, and bring us many well written and interesting accounts of battles ; memorials of officers and men ; poems ; sketches of prison life in Southern and Northern pr sons ; and stories of the war. All articlee sent to compete for these prizes to be the prop erty of OUT IVINQ AND OUR DEAD. Carolina during the late war, and to relate the heroic deeds of her sons. Noble ob ject ! Let all who desire to perpetuate the memory of those who defended North Car olina in her most trying hour, and especi ally of those who died for her, encourage Mr. Pool in his praiseworthy undertaking. L estern Lxpositor. Oui: Living and Our I)eai. We again direct the attention of our readers to the patriotic efforts of Col. Stephen D. Tool of Newbern, in perpetuating the war history of North Carolina. Are our peojile sus taining him properly, either in historic contributions or subscriptions to his paper Our Living and Our Dead ?" The chival rous deeds of the "boys in gray" should be treasured too dearly to pass into oblivion. Rocky Mount Mail. Our Living and Our Dead. We advise you to send $2 to Col. S. D. Pool who is rendering the State service in publishing! his war record with the above title. Every man who has ordinary State pride should subscribe, and all the ladies (God bless them !) who are always ready to do their duty, should aid this worthy enterprise. We hope our people will take hold of the matter vigorously. Raleigh Sentinel. Our Living and Our Dead. We look upon Col. Pool's journal ns one of the most praiseworthy enterprises undertaken since the war. Every North Carolina sol dier ought to have a copy, and every one ought to contribute some sketch, some in cident or some anecdote. We keep the paper on tile a compliment paid to no other paper outside of our own town. Southern Home. Our Living and Oui: Dead. - This hand somelv gotten up sliest, published at New bern, N. C:, by Col. S. D. Pool has been received by us every v -ek since its publi cation began. Its object is to perpetuate the truth of History, mid to give to fallen sons of the Old North State their proper rank in the late struggle between the States. Tt has little or nothing to do with the polities of the present. Jt deserves a liberal patronage by the people of the State. Asheville Pioneer. 1 On: LivniG and Our: Dead. This admi rable pnper, published weekly by Co. S. D. Pool, should be in the hands of every trite North Carols nirtu. It is u clear rellex of the history of those from this State, (and thev were many) who participated in the Ht e struggle for Southern lndepen-, denee. It propers to M ike an honest history of facts, can-fully collected and put in a cheap form those deeds that have shed an im perishable lustre upon Southern arms and ( men, particularly, the soldiers of the Old,' North State. Copies can be seen at this oOice and subscriptions taken. Concord Sun. Our Living and Our Dead. The above is the title of a journal started by S. D. Pool, of Newbern, for the purpose of gath ering and preserving facts and incidents of the late struggle as participated m by the soldiers of North Carolina. This is some thing in which he ought to be encouraged by every one who is desirous of seeing the good record of our soldiers preserved and transmitted to posterity as it should be. We should like very much to see some competent erson's from this county under take the task of writing up the part her soldiers took in the contest, and at the same time do what they could to aid Mr. Pool in extending the circulation of Our Living and Oui: Dead a truly meritorious enterprise, and one deserving of every en couragement. Greensboro Patriot. Ouk Living and Our Dead. We have before this noticed the laudable enterprise which Mr. S. D. Pool, of Newbern, has undertaken and to which he intends to de vote the remaining years of his life, viz : the publication of a weekly journal entitled Our Living and Our Dlad. The object of its publication is to preserve in a form that may be serviceable to the future his torian, a record of the war transactions in North Carolina, to collect accounts of bat tles, facts connected with individual regi ments and conrpanies, personal im-idents, anecdotes, Sec. No literary effort is more praiseworthy than this of Mr. Pool's, for though the Southern Cross went down in blood and defeat, still while it was upheld it inspired its followers with a courage and spirit of endurance that have never been excelled, and prompted deeds of heroism and of daring of which, not only the South but mankind may well be proud, and which it is the duty of patriotism to perpetuate. The present generation can never forget the war audits stirring scenes, nor would tradition fail to hand down to posterity the glorious deeds of Southern heroes," but facts and incidents which are now promi nent would soon slip from nien'smemories, if not put upon the historic page. For this duty we know no one better qualified than Col. Pool. His paper is published at Newbern at 82 a year, is filled with intensely interest ing matter and has a deservedly wide cir dilation. Raleigh Christian Advocate. W I L3I I X TON STAR. W. II. Remard, Editor and Froprietcr. Published Daily at sev n dollars )er annum. rjlIIK XV EKTERX KXI'OMITOR, Asheville, N. C. Carter it Avery, Eds. A Publish rs. Published Thursdays at two dollars per year. rjuiK charlotte oissi:uvi:it, Johnstone Jones, Ed. & Proprietor. Daily Observer six dollars per annum. Tri-Weekly Observer, three dollars and a half per annum. Weekly Observer, two dollars per annum. gTATKsvu.i.K ixti:l,i.iJi:xci:k Chas K. Jones, Editor A Proprietor. Published Saturdays at two dollars per year. CAIIOLIXA JIESSEXGER. Golds boro, N. C. J. A. Ejnitz, Editor & Proprietor. Semi-Weekly Messenger, four dollars a year. Weekly Messenger, two dollars a year. rji ii e r it a x k e i x corn ie it, LoUISBUKO, X. C. T. T. Mitchell. Editor and Proprietor. G. S. Daker, Manager. Published Fridays at two dollars per year. rjlIIE XEW-KEKXE DAILY TIJIEK. E. Hubbs, Editor and Proprietor, T. A. Henry, Associate. S. M. Carpenter, Local Editor. Dadv Times, six dol'ars per annum in advance. Weekly Times, published Thursday at two dol lars per year. rji ii e i: e Pi Ru c-corit I E It, Newheun, X. ('. Geo. W. Xason, Editor ?V Proprietor. Published every Saturday at two dollars per annum. ri:iE miltox (hko.mcl::, Evans A Smith. Editors A Proprietors. Published Saturdays at two dollars and fifty cents per annum. 22 it- 21 rollok etrcet, Xi vlcrn, S. i Dealers ia OKXKKAI, HAKinVAKi:, vvriiuuui oti i i;ri, j Tj II E A It it r. 1 o it u t NORTH CAROLINA. From Xovriubor ismt to S(, IX PIX TOOK. COMFILCD AM II l;M, f s t i: v ii i. x i . i 0 u j NEWP.EKX. X. ('. COTTON GINS & COTTON PRESSES, of every make. HOUSE POWERS. WHEAT TIIISESIIEKS, STEAM ENGINES for Farm Use. HOOK I. PAET 1st. Politic-.! and Hi-t.ri.-;k; . November 1 to May lsf.i ; ,,r cu .', ' produced the Secession of North ;u,,; . t PAET '2nd. Historical Sketches ..f tS . iterations of Governor Ellis, "!a:k "i V . . wuu an sM'coum. oi urn nricin. pr,,,., . . . CILtn AM) WINE MILLS, uTToN IJ.UHJINU AND j of ;lucU,le Eunnilig bv ii! My,, GOTTOS TIES, ' Walter A. Wood's Mower A- Reapers. IIOKSE ItAKES, Agricultural IiuplouuMits, in great variety. CARRIAGE MATERIAL. JLOW 31 A N U F A CTU K HISS. Owners and Manufacturers of the C 1 v h r a t o d W i 1 y I 1 o v , CHAMPION COTTON nl CO UN I'LOW sCU.Vl'KK, CHAMPION ALI.KN im.l DICKSON WLKl', MUKFEK's MT.SoIL PLOWS, ami a very larg.; variety vf SOl'THEHN Tl'KNIN'U PI OU11 PLOWS are Southern Inventions, and are well adapted to culture of COTTON and COliN. Send for Catalogue and Prices. Personal Attention given to orders ;i:. ALLEX A o. THFJIIiXS'S ! j I STO K Y : S' T i ii e v o x f o it i s r ('has. F. Harris, Editor A Proprietor. Published Saturdays at two dollars and a half a year. - yrHST CAIIOLIXA KKCOKl. KCTUEIiroRDTON, X. C, J 15. Carpenter, r-,nT.a A. L. Grayson. f E'1;tore- Published Saturd ivs at avo dollars per annum. rjlIIK 1I1LLSISOKO KHC OKDHIJ. UILLSBOKO, N. C. J. D. Cameron. Editor and Proprietor. Published Wednesdays at two dollars anv fiftv cents a vear. A COM PEN M CM OF THE HISTOllY of the UN1THI S TATUS BY IION. ALEX. II. STEPHENS. 513 pp. l2rn...,l- J: -aii $1.5 . "Tiie i'hh aii'l marrow i f nur History." Ex-Pit.iJt iit Fillrui'i-'-. "Stni htf nv.iril. vitf'TxHiS intt-'t-j'liiis ii.1 iini'ti--Mi" N. Y. Christian I'ni 'ii. ''IN tune r ilni mi'l jii'lioial; it- -fylo !. ir tu vr I We r'diniiR-ii'l it to rci I ly all N'.-itlinii nikti." 15 on Courier. "A work efliijih excellence; well ;el:iplH to !ijply felt want in our country." ' -ini. S -li. .L.nrn.il, Hon. W.C. Fowler, LL.D. "Wortliy of hili j.rui--e. Tt will of t o e.ity li.ille:ipe .Mtehtioii every where. N. Y. Evi-nim: l'ot. "Anioiiii ihe i. t . 1 Ii.k.U of t lie He." Cliir.i.i M .til. "N;irr itive inip irti.il; tone cilin aiel iliji:tioti.'i'"; ty!e masterly." Louisville I Time :m ti I School. "A in lcl citiipenl. Axzn-t'i 'In-i.tiich-aiel Sentinel. "I'verylhin nece.H-;ary to :i perfect h ei.l-'ioi.U. CoPN Itoro Mef'-eni-r. 'I'.piM.l en m'ti t .r ! tt tT u lo." Ke-.fl-Uy 'lrf)!,..li "Tie let work ef It-Uiml ll v t u;t." M-l:iplii F.i' lll a 1 1' I Hotne. 'A Micce-i! in every way." Wi'.mint 'it Stur. "lleitineil tolieeoine tiie Stiul tl.l of Ii it.M ie Until nr. I excellence f.ip ceiitlirie to come." Preside It V'i !:. ( v- tlioi-pe l"niverity. 'The metl" I 1 iVllllil ;iMc"- -; .v. II, -I -l;el V. Joliil-oi.. uSliu?, ft;,.) a pl,e-e ii n'.l IiIumi ie-0' E.(i ,v. C. T Jcnkiiih. "A ni't iniTiort int :! '.it i..n to American L'te, st' in e." Pi-' f. U. M. .I.'lmion, lidiine re. "Kei.l it; iti-Iy i; h 1 it." - IV. -f E. A. S:,-.iI, Mercer lni erity. . '-K ii' iie-., ie- -, ri-cM I iley." Pr if. .!. .1. llian'ly ! i ce Uiiivernit v. 1.WEHA L 7 '.le to Y1KpU:s I . lll'Y MS or i TEA CHEWS f r jirt iu'riurii. n into Scb o '.. AIU'P.OS, H. ,J. IIALH i SOX, J 7 Murray St. X. Y. TOUT 11 C A li O L I N A S T A T E LI F E HOOK II. Hif-torit.il Sketches of Dnini.t;. j,. Kegiments. Dattaliont mid ('oinpui.-.t ; tmionialf of the hijrh esteem m win, -j, , were hehl bv Lee, Jitchou and otl.: HOOK III. Testimony from the P.attle-th of liattlen and i.i' l'li.-hen in whi-ht North Ouolina pnrtuMpntod wah.i aneedoten. All Naal Opeiat.ot.:. i.j , included in this book. HOOK IV. Hospital and Prison Life; or. an ii ,,;. Camp. Wayide and General H t ,ft'-. u. tho treatment of Federal PriomM ;.i v , , and of ofik't r and men in Nortli-iti 1 .The nelf-huerifieinp demotion of citr i, ! , will form an iuteix-stiiij ehapter of ii. . i; " HOOK Y. a; u i. Organization of Ipadi-H, IIeK.iii-t; panies : or, the Holts of Honor hi .1 comprir-eil in them, with reeoid of hp, heroism and fortitude. HOOK Yl. Our Livintr and Our I jrraphieal and Memorial Sketches of , u , lina's Sons. This l"iok will embrace sk-:ch-N ..f ,.., .. from other States who eommati l. .1 N ; , , olma Troops. TUHLlCATluNS OK E. J. HALE A: SON wholes w: HOO KSH I J.I. 'Its A: STTI(: K 17 Mri:i:A Stueet, N w . k . CxcIopcGia nf lln Hr-1 'I'll' if C'l.ilies li 'lien-. ;v r (J ,,. 1 . IV'.. In'! . '. - I'liitcd Malt'K, bv liiiuo.. . r.. v ' Svo. el th do History of the Hon. A II Stcphe. w. Hot'ins 1' IliMiry 'riinrod M.ta- ir bv Paul II. ILn.c 1 o . ir t . V Mil rjllli: KALHiail AVTIiKLYKltA. UEPCliLirAN. Wm.A. Ifearne. Editor. Vv'm. M. Urown, Managei. Published Thuredaye) at two doilara a year. rjlIIK UATTLEIiOKO ADYAXCH James A. Williams, Editor. Published Fridays, at two dollars a year. rjlIIK SOUTIIHJ6X I10 31H. CIIAULOTTE, C. D. II. Hill, Editor and Proprietor. Published Mondays at two dollars and half per annum. T ii: C A KOb I X A AY A TC 11 to A X. SALISBURY, X. C. J. J. Primer. Editor and Proprietor. J. J. Stewart, Absociate. Published Thursday!? at two dollars a vear. rjMIH SALH31 i'HOJ'LH'S 11111 L. V. ard E. T. L'kim. Proprict na. Published Thursdays at two dolljra a vear. TK A T II 15 i: 5 O 'STONEWALL" JACKSON. This is the title of a tine er..Travinar of the Death Bed of 'vUonev.air' Jackson. 11 x IS inches in fcize, and printed on heavy plate paper. Ofiicers of the Confederate Army are grouj-ed around the couch of this great and good man, this christian Boldier, whose life-blood has been given for his country, In the distance is the encamping army, the weary pe tir.el on his leat, Ac. It is a pic ture that will .ourh every Southern heart, and should have a place in every Southern home. Sent by mail, mounted on roller teeurely wrapped and postpaid, for 20 cents eaeh, or three for 50 cents. Address W. M. EUP.UOW, 200 Main street, Bristol, Tenn. C7! Agents wanted for this and a varietv of othr tine engraving!. From 53 lo c 10 a day can! Semi Weellynve dollar j easily be made. sept 21 Weckly,thice dollari-per a rjiiiK TAirnono southhh: vai Wm. Bigg".. Editer arid Proprietor. Published Thursdays at three dol'ars a vear. rp 1 1 1: YV I LSOX I LA I X I J:A LKIt. 11. W Singletary, Editor. Published Friday at one dollar and fiftv cents. YVKSTKKX HU3IOCHAT. CHAKLOTTE, '. C. W. J. Yates. Edit or and Proprietor. rublifhed Tuesdays ut two dollars aud fiftr cents a ver.r. rjiiir: iyyi:tti;yilli: hagli: M. J. McSween, Editor and Prcprieior. Semi Weellynve dollar per annnru. aunum. IXSUItAXCi: COM VAI Y Kuloiirli Xortli Carolina. CAPITAL. ihO.000 OFFK ELS. Hon Kemp P Battle: Pr sid nt F H Cameron. Vice President. W H Hicks. S cretan I)r T B Haywood. Medioa" Director. Dr AT I Uoyhter. A-st Medical J B B.itcbelor. Attorney . O II Perry, Supervising Agent. !J:n-.. cloth id j'.i World iOsays ; Amoiiu m liool s By Ho i Wm It Keel. lni .... - 1 ! - : Tito Comet ; or tin Harlli in It Varied Phisf. Ac. 1 uo.. : : . Ocft'iifi of Yiruhfia ami tin-soi.ili By Lev Dr U L D ilaw v. I Jmo. ll: Diary of a KHum. By a Ladv of Virc nii. 12:un . elofl Hare I'aJrniv. A Novel by .Via AiiJU-ta (I -it. Lira U Saltol itli Virv. ; A Xo I. By Miss Bebecci Canter. n. 12 n... cl-ih r! AYisHoni TM'lh for Little IVpb By Mrs F ii do Fontaine. Small It . b ur i Lift of Cit'ii. (Stonrwall) .Iar!iMi By l.Vv Dr B L Dabncx. fvo., cloth 1 1 (. Do., :ilf : DIBECTOBS. Hon Kemp P B.ittle. HonTol B C&ldwell. Hon U Caldwell. Hon John W Cnniiiix.bam.. ol T I Holt. Hon Wm A Smith. Dr Vv J Hawkin. Hon John Manning General W B Cox. C .1 L W Ilum j.hrev. C Tate Murphv. Col W E Anderson. Jonn (i William'. Col W L S-iundcrs. U Y MeVden. C! A A McKov. I J Young. James A Grahpm. F II Cameron. JC h Bae. J H Batcheh-r. J C Blake Walter Clark. W G Fpchurch. J J Davis, Jo..u j ichois. FEATUr.ES AM AI.VANTAdE . It is emj hatieally a home company. Its large capital yuarantt es stn nth and safe- its rr.tes are as low as those of any liist clasw company. . It oilers all desirable forms of insurance. No nnnecesary restrictions :niHsed upon resi dence, of travel. iVlk-iet. not f rfeitable ftc-rtwo years. Irs officers and directors are prominent an 1 well known North Carolinians. whoe exneriei ee as business men. and whone worth and i'nte-uty ar-aion- fuflicieut guarantee of tiie Conipanv'f strergth and nuccess. D. T. Cam way, Agr nt. Newbern N. (,'. O. IT. I'EBUY. Supervising Agent. J3EACE INSTITUTE. UA LEIGH, N. C, Bev R BUB WELL. Principal. JOHN B BUBWELL. AMI , t . S J STEVENS, AM f Abb 1 1 nil-'ll Professor A BAUMANN! Instructor in Vocal and Iiibirumcutal Mumc. The Fall Session commences the lht of Scitfinln'r. 187.'5. For Circulars, Catalogue containing fell partic ulars as to Unas, course of s'udv. Ac. ad iiess Brv B BUBWELL A SON. July 12-tl Kaleigh. N C History of Xortli Carolina. By Bev Dr F L Haw,,. LL.D. Two vol . cloth f 5 00; d,j. tiheep tC (h); alf r 7 North Carolina Stiprrnio Coiut Krjxn ts. 1:.J.HAI1:A SON are fci-mt in N i fr the iul l. cation of the , Presbyterian 1' ' Bichmend. Va.. at d keep a lar:- strnk ' Psalms , Hymn-. Ac, Ac. They also deal in Staple Stationery. :-. even- vat, -tv of Svhool an 1 Mif cellai'i.' "i b I July ltUlnr UIAULOITF. (N. C.) INSTiiL li: 1 YOl'X; LAIHI. BOBEUT H. CHAPMAN. D. D. i I"' Mr-. EBINAS. (M K.r.--t CHPMN. ' I - Annual Sehsioii of '7.1 '71 will t n I. V a full corpe of eoirjetent Teachers, 1st of October, lSTil. ati 1 close Suh of .Time. H74. For Cir.-tilars addr s ft-.T.til 2'th f A;,. Ii. H. CHAPMAN. Morehad City, N. C A! that -hi e. addrt him atChaiiOtte. N. '- aag lG-2m. D AVIDSON COLLEGE. MPKLEMll -RG COUNTY, X. C Well equij.ped. Seven l'rofetsors. Expense s low. Session begins julr 2 Septeinbor Lrr.tli, 187.J. i J. R. BLAKE. Chairman of the Faculty. jMYi:KSITy of V I HHI MA- Opei r 0:tclx r let : t ontinu- thr, J 1 months. It ir cigaui.ed in whools on t'.- ' ' " system, w.th tul" couies in Cla--i", L:'' ' ' Sci. ne ( with practices in Chemical ari l 1 ! 1 ' Laborito'ic), m Law, Mtd.eme, T-a.-hn . ' gineernig :'d Agri uituie. Applv for t t ' to JAMES F. HABLISON, Chairman. 1' 0, I versify of Virginia, AlU-iuarle oui ty, V- s c ii o o i. BINGHAM MEBANEV1LLE. N. C. MAJOB ROBERT BlNtiHAM, Sapm ' : Maj. W. B. LYNCH, Capt. T. L. NORWind . Fall Session Opens 2."tli of tlll For Circular, adore : Jiite 11 Maj. ROBERT BINlill AM. s' :