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' Thermometer. The following was the
range of the Thermometer at Pink C. Har-
die's Cigar Store on July 9tb, 1870:
6 A. M., 73 ; 9 JLfc, 75 J 12 IS., 80 ; 2 P
M., 81 ; 4 P. M.. 81.
Supreme Conirr. No business done
the Supreme Court on Saturday. ;
PcNcniNELLO comes to us this week re
plete with fun and new jokes, office 83 Nas
sau street, N. Y.
There will be an annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Raleigh and Gaston
Railroad in this city on the 21st instant.
The present is very favorable weather for
bummers. No better place than a door step
or the market house cau well be imagined.
SurKUVisoa Perry, of North Carolina,
reports the increase of asscments in the
sixth district for 1870 over 1SC9 at
We like to see alashionably dressed lady
promenading the streets' wearing a silk
dress, trailing a yard behind her in the mud
it cleans the streets so nicely.
Stockholder's Meeting. The regular
meeting of the stockholders in the N. C. R.
R. company will take place in Ilillsboro' on
the 14th inst.
The New Berne Courier says Amyctt
and Bryan are doing a smashing business,
This isn't the first time we have heard of
a smashing business being done in that city.
No oflence, neighbor.
A Wilmington man, Lewis Robinson,
abandons his wife, and, on being caught
and brought before a J. P., is fined $5 and
costs. In default of payment, he is now
looking through grates in the city jail.
Tenth Senatorial District. On Thurs
day last, the Republicans of this district
placed in nomination for the Senate R. F.
Lehman, Esq., and CoL W. J. Clarke, of
Craven. This is a strong ticket and will be
elected without much opposition.
TnE police are busy making examina
tion iuto the condition of cellars, yards and
outhouses for sanitary purposes. We hope
lime will be furnished by the corporation to
those who arc not able to buy it themselves
as a disinfectant.
Any of our citizens intending to speud
the summer or any portion of it, abroad,
can have the Standard sent by mail at regu
lar subscription price, fur "any period they
desire, by leaving their orders at the count
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., arc the New York
Advertising Agents for this paper, and com
plete files of it can be examined at their
office, by any one making application. The
firm has reduced advertising to a more per
fect system than has heretofore been known.
See their card in another column.
Dr. Franklin was giving people blessed
with largo families a crumb of comfort,
when he recommended to a young man in
selecting a wife to take her from a bunch
of girls, giving as his reasons that, when
there are many daughters they improve each
other, and irom emulation acquire more ac
complishments, and do more, than a single
child spoiled by paternal fondness.
Hos. C. L. Cobb's Appointments. We
publish to-day the appointments of lion.
C. L. Cobb for the canvass in the 1st
district Mr. Cobb has no opponent. His
election is conceded on all hands. Never
theless with energy and his usual gallantry
he enters the canvass in his district in the
regular manner. He will thus be able to
rally the party and swell the grand majority
for Mr. Phillips.
" Fly time " is on us in all its fierceness,
and as one of the concomitants, we hear of
frequent accidents caused by horses becom
ing unruly under the aggravation of their
winged tormentors The following is a
cheap and sure methoj of keeping the flics
off animals. Take two or three small
handfuls of walnut leaves, upon which pour
two or three quarts of cold water ; let it in
fuse one night, and pour the whole next
morning into a kettle, and let it boil for a
quarter of an hour. When cold it will
be fit for use.
him Arotod. There is a certain
the rounds, passing himself off
as an officer of the. U. S. army, lie is dress
ed in United States uniform, and in Raleigh
called himself Lieut Stromwcll, at Grcens
bor he was Lieut McMinn and at New
Berne he was Dr. Jennings. We are request
ed by an officer of the U. S. army, to say to
the public, that this party is an impos
tor, and to warn all parties against him.
We hope our brothers of the press will pass
the said gentleman around, so ths commu
nity may know him, and not in future be
imposed on by his lies, uniform, &c. Watch
out for him.
We leark from the Charlotte papers that
on Thursday last, Samuel T. Carrow, U. S.
Marshal, sold to the highest bidder the Old
North State Distillery, together with the
fixtures and personality, for $947.50 to J. Y.
Bryce & Co. , , '
The sale was mads by an order of the
United States Court applied for and made
on the motion of the proprietors, Groot &
Scarlett, and the property was bought in for
them by Mr. Bryce.
Messrs. Groot & Scarlett pursued this
course as the quickest way to get their dis.
tillcry in operation again, and now it will
commence running immediately, its opera
tinns not being interfered with or obstructed,
in any wise, by the pendency or result of the
litigation in the V. S. Court.
Littei.l's Living Aoe, Nos. 1361 and
1362, for the week ending July 2nd and
Julv 9th reancctivelv.' contain, among other
important articles, Blackwood's and Frazcr's
reviews of Disraeli's "Lotbair;" Nature De
vclopment and Theology, Contemporary Re
view ; The Edinburg Reviewers, Gentleman1!
Magazine; King-Making in Spain, Specta
tor ; Anticipated Inventions, AM the Tear
Sound; The Saturday Review and The
Spectator on the Death of Charles Dickens ;
Life in Mars, Spectator ; English Opinions
on Foreign Affairs, Pall Mull Gazette ; The
New Order in Council, (the Civil Service Re
form,) Spectator and Saturday Review ;
Adam and Mally. a Story of Scottish Farm
Life, (complete,) Frazcr's Magazine ; the
continuation of John, by Mrs. Oliphant
The regular subscription price of this 64
page weekly magazine is $8 a year, for which
it is sent free of postage ; or for $10, any oric
of the American $ 4 magazines is sent with
TJte Living Age (without prepayment of pos
tage) for a year. , Iittell $ Gay, Boston, arc
CI'p AND ' J5 TAT E.
Iftf. MILLER, - Editor.
the publishers, .'',",
Supreme Court July 2nd. Court met
at 9 o'clock, A. M. Present : Chief Justice
Pearson, and Justices Rcadc, Rodman, Dick
and Settle. : . ; ;,
John W. Davis vs.- Drury Morgan, from
Union county, by consent of counsel, was
called and argued. Clement Dowd for the
plaintiff, and Battle & Sons for the defen
dant :--- -...
Court adjoin ned until 9 o'clock,' A. M.,
The following Attorneys were in Court :
Meesrs. W. H. Battle, R. C. Badger, R. Y.
McAden,J. B. Batchelor, D. M. Furches,
Clement Dowd, W. P. Bynum, W. P. Cald
well, W. H. Malone, R. II. Battle, Jr., E. H.
Page, and F. IL Busbec
Surpbme Court July 4tA. Court met
at 9 o'clock, A. M. Present: Chiel Justice
Pearson, and Justices Readc, Rodman, Dick
and Settle. :
Court adjourned in accordance with im
memorial usage, in honor of the day, until
9 o'clock, A. M., Tuesday morning.
Supreme Court July 5th. Court opened
at 9 o'clock, A. M. Present: Chief Justice
Pearson, and Justices Rcade, Rodman, Dick
Appeals from the Tenth district were
taken up, and disposed of as follows :
Amos Ladd and wife vs. Henry C. Cham
bers et a'., from Wilkes, was called and left
open for plaintiffs counsel. Boyden and
Bailey for the plaintiffs, and Thomas Bragg
for the defendants.
James L. Blackwell vs. J. A. Clay well et
al., from Iredell, was called and 'continued
for report from referee. J. M. Clement and
W. P. Caldwell for the plaintiff, and no
counsel for the defendant
J. A. Cunning jnv administrator vs. T. L.
Howell, from Iredell, was called and con
tinued. Boyden and Bailey and W. P. Cald
well for the plaintiff, and J. M. Clement and
D. M. Furches for the defendant
.Tas. Harper , executor vs. John Sudderth
et al., from Caldwell, was called and contin
ued. B. F. Moore and G. N. Folk for the
plaintiff and A. S. Merrimon for the defen
James Harper, administrator, vs. Noah
Spainhour, from Caldwell, was called and
argued. G. N. Folk and F. H. Busbee for
the plaintiff and Battle & Sons and W. H.
Malone for the defendants.
George Sctzer vs. The Board of Commis
sioners of Catawba County, from Catawba,
was called and argued. W. P. Bynum for
the plaintiff, and Thomas Bragg for the de
fendants. Wm. Howard aud wife vs. Frank Bcatty,
from Catawba, was called and set for hear
ing to-day. B. F. Moore for the plaintiff,
and W. P. Bynum for the defendant.
G. W. Chipley et al, vs. Silas Kcaton et
al, from Iredell, was called and argued. No
counsel appeared for the plaintiffs and W.
P. Caldwell for the defendants.
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock, A. M,
The following Attorneys were in Court :
Messrs. G. N. Folk, F. II. Busbec, W.IL and
R. II. Battle, Jr., W. H. Malone, J. B. Batch
elor, C. M. Busbee, W. S. Mason, Thomas
Bragg, W. P. Bynum, W. P. Caldwell, D.
M. Furches, A. W. Shaffer, L. P. Olds, B. F.
Opinions were delivered by the Court as
Pearson, C. J. Jere Pearsall vs. Max
Mayner, from Dupliu. Error. Venire de
Jos. A. Norwood vs. Lewis Thorp, Irom
Person. Error. Order reversed lund to
be distributed pro rata.
Reade, J. Anderson and Youm; vs. The
Cape Fear Steamboat Company, from New I
Hanover. No error. Judgment affirmed.
Geo. W. Charles etui. vs. W. W. Ken
nedy, executor; from Pasquotank. No
error in sustaining the demurrer. Error in
dismissing the bill. Plaintifls entitled to
Rodman, J. E. A. Wright use of R. M.
Isler vs. J. D. Flanner, from Wayne. Error
in the order below.
William D. Smith vs. Wm. R. Loye, from
Cumberland. No error; judgement affirmed.
Dick, J. Tlieopliilus Bland, guardian,
vs. Charles J. O'Hagan et al, from Pitt No
error ; judgement affirmed.
Hugh Johnson vs. Daniel McArthur, from
Robeson. Injunction vacated, and action
Settle, J. State vs. Wn'ter Scott, from
Orange. No error.
John Green vs. Dcmpsey Brown, from Da
Supreme Court July 6th. The Court
opened at 9 o'clock. A. M. Present : Chief
Justice Pearson, and Justices Rcadc, Rod
man, Dick, and Settle.
The consideration of causes from the tenth
district was resumed.
G. W. Chipley et o7.,vs SilaJ. Kcaton et al.
from Iredell, which was repotted on yester
day as argued, on motion of the plaintiff's
counsel, was to-day continued. A certiorari
was ordered to correct the record, and leave
granted the appellant to file a new appeal
Wm. Howanl and wife vs. Frank Bealty,
from Catawba, was called and argued. B.
F. Moore for the plaintiffs, and W. P.
Bynum lor the defendants.
C. L. Summers, executor vs. L. C. McKoy
et al, from Iredell, was called and argued,
W. P. Caldwell for the plaintiffs and D. M.
Furches tor the defendants.
J. F. Alexander and R. A. McLaughlin,
administrators, vs. Jacob Rentils and Sam'l
Willkousky, from Iredell, was called and
argued. W. P. Caldwell for the plaintiffs
and Boyden tfc Bailey and Thomas Bragg
lor the defendants
L. A. Tate vs. W. E. Powe and Ii. A.
Tate, from Burke, was culled and argued.
Thomas Bragg and Boyden & .Bailey for the
plaintiff, and D. M. Furches for the defen
dants. lu A. Tale vs. W. E. Powe and R. A. Tate
executors, from Curke was called and ar
gued. Thomas Bragg and Boyden & Bailey
for the plaintiff and D. M. Furche3 for the
The court adjourned to 9 o'clock, A. M.,
The following attorneys were in court :
Messrs. W. P. Bynum, W. II. Baltic, W. P.
n , T T l?..!..!.,.!.. Tl....i..a ltr.nr.
lyUlUWeil, tfoo. uaininui, uwui" J1"obl
G. N. Folk, B. F. Moore, F. H. Busbee, C.
M. Busbee, D. M. Furches, W. H. Malone,
N. Boyden, W. R. Cox, R. H. Battle, Jr., and
S. H. Rogers.
Supreme Court July Uh. Court open
ed at 9 o'clock, A. M. Present Chief Jus
tice Pearson and Justices Readc, Rodman
Dick and Settle. '
The consideration of appeals from the
tenth district was resumed.
McKesson & Hunt vs. Jones, Mcndenlull
& Carter, from Burke, was callc d and argued.
G. N. Folk fr the plaintiffs, and Chas. M
Busbee for the interpleaders.
J. Harshaw, executor, vs. N. W. Woodfin
and W. F. McKesson, from Burke, was call
ed and argued. Battle & Sons for the plain
tiff, and W. II. Malone and G. N. Folk for
State vs. Harvey Avery, Irom Burke, was
called and argued. W P. Caldwell for the
plaintiff, and W. H. Malone for the defen
dant. Caroline Ferguson cl al, vs. Stewart Haas
et al, from Caldwell, was called and argued.
W. H. Malone for the plaintiffs, and G. N.
Folk for the defendants.
Jesse Rankin, guardian, vs. R. M. Allison
et, al, from Caldwell, stands first for hearing
pn the docket to-day. G.N. Folk for the
plaintiff, and W. P. Caldwell for tho defen
dante. . -, i
" Court' adjourned to 4 o'clock A. M., this
The following attorneys were in Court :
Messrs. Thomas Bragg, V. P. Byuu'tu,Q. N,
Folk, C. M.! Busbee, W. ' H. Battle, W. P.
Caldwell, D. M. Furches, W. II. Malone, J.
B. Batchelor. N. Boyden, R. II. Battle, Jr.,
and F. H. Busbee.
Owing to tho indisposition of Attorney
General 01ds,W. P. Caldwell, Esq., rcprc
sentcd the Stale in Court yesterday.
Supreme Court July 8A. Court open
ed at 9 o'clock, A. M. Present, Chief Jus
tice Pearson, and Justices Rcadc, Rodman,
Dick and Settle.
The consideration ol causes from the tenth
district was resumed.
Jesse Rankin, guardian, vs. R. M. Allison
et al, from Caldwell, was called, and argued
G. N. Folk for the plaintiff, and W. P. Cald
well for the defendants.
Sarah G. Waddell vs. T. S. and D. B,
Wood, administrators, trom Iredell, was
called, and argued. D. M. Furches for the
plaintiff, and Boyden and Bailey for the de
fendants. John A. Parks vs. Obadiah Sprinkle and
wife, from Catawba, was called and argued.
W. P. Caldwell and F. H. Busbee for the
plaintiff, and D. M. Furches and Boyden &
Bailey for the defendants.
Amos Ladd and wife vs. Henry Chambers
et al., from Wilkes. Ordered that notice of
motion to rehear, with copy of petition, be
issued to the plaintiffs. Boyden & Bailey
for the plaintiffs, and Thomas Bragg for the
This concluded the appeals from the
tenth district. - .
By consent or Cnunsel, thtr etweof J. M.
Mode vs. A.M. Long, from Rutherford, wag
called ar.d argued. W. P. Bynnm for the
plaintiff, nnd Battle & Sons for the de
fendant Zach. Osborne vs. Hardin Cox and J. M.
Gentry, from Ashe, was called, and on mo
tion of defendant, was put off tho docket
Fowle & Badger for the plaintiff, and N.
Boyden for the defendant.
S. & T. Parker vs. Jane Carson, adminis
tratis, from Rutherford, was called and ar
gued. W. P. Bynum for the plaintiff, and
Battle & Sons for the defendant.
The administrators of J. H. Whitesidcs
vs. J. O. Williams et al, from Rutherford,
was called and continued. W. P. Bynum
for the defendant, and no counsel for the
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock A. M. to-'
The following Attorneys were in Court :
Messrs. G. N. Folk, W. P. Caldwell, D. M.
Fcrchcs, F. II. Busbec, W. H. Battle, N.
Boyden, W. P. Bynum, W. II. Malone, R.
H. Battle, Jr., J. B. Batchelur, and Thomas
The umbrellas that were used so plenti
fully to keep off rain a few days ago, are
now necessary to parry the rays of the hot
test sun we have had this year. Keep ou the
shady side and be temperate if you would
avoid a sunstroke. Cases of sunstroke are
numerous. All the large cities report deaths
daily, from this cause. There are certain
very simple rules by the careful observance of
which sunstrokes may be prevented. The
use of stimulating liquors should always be
avoided, for they serve to weaken rather
than induce strength, only very temporarily.
Iced watcd or other drinks cooled with ice
should not be used. A little iced watir
mixed with that from the cistern or spring
is very good ; but no one should drink too
much water, but rather suffer a little from
thirst than run the great risks of free indul
gence, which arc many, and include bowel
complaints and other affections, which arc
dangerous. Men exposed to the sun while
at work should never forget, when the
weather is lint, to dip handcrchiefs in water
and pntthem in their i.ats. This will abate
thirst and keep the system cool. A bunch
of green leaves or grass, where water is not
readily at hand, will suit almost as well.
Sunstroke, when it docs not result in death,
leaves the brain always in a highly irritable
condition, and renders persons who have
always been affected peculiarly liable to the
recurrence of attacks. As the hot season is
at hand we trust these hints may be attend
List of Registrars for Wake County.
The following Justices of Peace have been
appointed registrars for this county :
Barton's Creek Township, W. W. Wynne
Buck Horn Township, W. H. Bennett
Cedar Fork Township, J. L. Moring.
House's Creek Township, J. J. Lynn,
Little River Township, A. J. Nowcll.
Mark's Creek Township, J. W. Marshborn.
Middle Creek Township, J. L. Johnson.
New Light Township, H. R. Chappcll.
Oak Grove Township, J. T. Colceugh.
Panther Branch Township, Justus Parish.
St. Matthew's Township, C. W. Williams.
St. Mary's Township, J. G. Andrews.
Swift Creek Township, B. D. Pleasants.
Wake Forest Township, G. A. Sandcrford.
White Oak Township, B. II. Howell.
Raleigh Township; J. T. Ball.
Mus. Slater's Soiree. AVe were pres
ent at Mrs. Slater's soiree, and, although
being a married man, we enjoyed oursclf
"hugely." Everything passed off well, and
the dancing was splendid. Among the la
dies we noticed Miss L., Miss T., the Misses
B r, Miss II., Miss G s, Miss F., Miss
B d, Miss S s, Miss C, Miss S., and many
others whom we did not know. Every
thing passed off pleasantly, and every one
seemed to enjoy themselves "muchly," and
we hope Mrs. Slater will give the daucmg
public a chance every week.
Gen. C. II. BitooDEN. This gentleman
was renominated fcrthc Senate from Greene
and Wayne counties on the 2nd inst
It is useless for us to say anything in the
praise oi Gen. Brogdcn. The people know
who he is, and they will show their appre
ciation of his services in their behalf, by re
electing him by an increased majority.
Hon. R. B. Gilliam, accepts the nomina
tion for Congress from the 41st District.
Wil. Star June 28t.
We think the Star is right. Judge Gil
liam's chances would be better in any dis
trict thau the 4th. no will probably be
elected about the time the 41st district is
organized. Methuselah, you go home
you'll be beat at your own game.
Yesterday we counted twenty three
bald-headed men ou the streets, and we will
here state, that it was not a good day for
bald-heads either. We should judge ttom
the appearance of those unfortunates that
they were made bald irom carrying Sunday
School books iu their hats when boys. -
The Wilmington Star says there were
twenty-four interments in Oakdale and Pine
Forest cemetery last month. The Journal
say the health of the city continues re
markably good. A mistake s"mewhere,
We are authorized by the Registrar of
Raleigh Township to sny that the registra
A. M., to 3
On the 4lh
win ue openeu every clay irom a 1 v "vj. ' '- "0,TVrrz ' Me attempting to
o'clock, P.M., and all who have """W'V " " - ffoT-1101000-
rcmstcrcrt can do so now. - W i t:0.. "nf: L, """"J bBr?'..80
of AuSustthe books wil, be scaA. V. JVCV ! "
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Take a Trip to Tnu Sea-Shoue.
A number ot persons among us are pre
paring to take summer excursions to springs
and to cool places on the margin of the roll
ing sea. In the good old times of plenty o
money and extensive cotton fields, the peo
ple of the South were wont to spend the
Summer season principally at the North; but
'now that their pockets are somewhat bare of
cash, we hope they will confine their excur
sions to the many mineral springs and places
in this land of beauty. Traveling expenses
alone are no small items to take into consid
eralion ; and wo think it is better that our
people should spend their money among our
institutions than to cram it down the pock
ets of strangers. Let us patronize the springs
and sea-shores of the South this season
None are more attractive or "beneficial to
health than the Macon House, at Morchcad
City, kept by Messrs. Pepiier & O'Connor.
We have just returned from a trip to the
sea-side, and we put up at the Macon House,
and can truthfully say that wo never saw a
House better kept and -a table better sup
plied than the Macon House. '
On tho first of July, Messrs. Pepper and
O'Connor gave an opening ball, and it was
our good fortune to be present, and we were
never at a ball better conducted or attended
than this. Nor can the public find a better
kept table that our well known friend Pep
per sat on that night'
We cannot pass over our trip to Morchead
without vailing public attention to the
splendid sailing, and recommend the "Sunny
South," "Sunny Side" and "Messenger,?
three splendid boats under the commind of
Messrs. William Bell and Daniel Bell, who
thoroughly uuderstand their business, and
which adds greatly to the enjoyment at
As to the Ball, we can. say but lit'lo, as,
being a married man, we did not dance, but
enjoyed: urseiraffTlhec -ways. Tho BjtJfr
room was crowded, aud among the dancers
we noticed Mrs. S. and daughter and Mrs,
W. from Raleigh, Miss S., of Wilmington,
and a good many from. Newborn ; Mrs. B.,
Miss B., and Miss D., being the only ones
The supper was pronounced by every one
splendid affair. We did not go in, owing
to being very sleepy ,'and therefore we went
to bed. We advise all to go down to
Jtlorencau, and not take our word for it
seo for yourselves. We cannot allow this
notice ot our trip to pass without
extending our thanks to Capt's. Rich
ardson and Powell, of the A. & N. C.
R. R., two of the most polite and accommo
dating conductors in the State. We need
not mention Capt's. Wait and Ligon, of the
N. C. R. R., they arc too well known by the
traveling public of this section to mention
their good qualities.
We intended giving some other notes of
our trip, but space will not admit of it
Good News prom the West. A gentle
man telegraphed us from Lexington on the
5th, as follows :
"We had a fine mcetins at Lexington ves-
terday. Crowd immense. President Smith
made a great speech. Davidson is all right
lor bcott and the ticket by one thousand.
3Ir. Phillips spoke at Concord and, they say,
with great effect. That county is all right."
We learn from Concord that the speech
of Mr. Phillips was listened to with profound
attention by a large audience ; and that at
Ashboro', hundreds were enthused with his
I glowing statements oi licpuuncan pnnci
J pies. As Mr. Phillips moves West the star
of empire takes. its way. He will sweep
round the circle hitlierwards on a mighty
popular wave. There is glorious news from
the West Good fortune comes in showers,
and the clouds so big with prosperity are
breaking upon us.
Newspaper Editors moru especially
lliosc who conduct leading mornini; jour
nalsdevote nine-tenths of their office hours
to Beeing and being seen. Were journalists
pot proverb; ally and nutumlly gifted with a
large supply of " the milk of human kind
ness," tlicir profession would be unenviable.
The editor of the Red River iVews says :
" This office possesses a rara avis in the
shape of a weekly visitor, who quietly walks
in, looks at the cases, galleys, cuts, press,
and pictures on the walls, closely scrutinizes
the editor at his scribbling ami clipping,
and, without saying a word, walla out
We commend this visitor as a model for
all those whose time and taleut could be
put to better advantage than interviewing
an editor, stealing valuable papers, scissors,
Stabbing. Two lads, named Morton and
Fuller, both strangers, the former a Northern
youth, and the latter claiming to hail from
Florida, had an altercation in Goldsboro',
on Saturday last, which resulted in Morton
being stabbed by Fuller just above his right
The Messenger says : "It seems that, for
several days, Morton had endeavored to
pick a fuss with Fuller by accusing him of
being a yankee, &c. Fuller had repeatedly
requested to be let alone, denying the accu
sation. On last Saturday evening Morton
resumed his persecution, and, after a parley
of words, slapped Fuller in the face ; whore
upon, the latter drew a knife and stabbed
his aggressor above the eye.
Fuller acted entirely in self-defence and
no blame can be attached to hi in."
Lenoir County. This county is the first
to forward to the Superintendent of Public
Instruction the School Census returns rcquir
el by the school law. From this return, we
learn that there arc in Lenoir 2,017 white
aud 1,6G9 colored children between the
ages of six and twenty-one years of age
being an 'increase of 261 whites and a de
crease of 35 colored children since the school
census of 1868.
Mu. Hawkins, we learn, addressed a large
audience at Oxford, on Saturday last The
Republican Convention which assembled on
that day, made the following nominations :
For the Senate. R. W. Lassitcr, Esjj. ;. .Far.
the House, T. L. Hargrove, E. B. Lyon and
Haywood Revis. This is an excellent
Caps Fear Harbor. W, notice that
one million of dollars has been appropriated
by the Congress for the improvement of this
harbor. General Abbott deserves the thanks'
of the people of the State for his persistent,
efforts to secure this appropriation.
A Connecticut paper seasonably offered
a "red hot Sunday school book to cwry buy
who kills a dog."
We would suggest something ol this kind
and, if one book isn't sufficient inducement
offer two, and give him a dead-head ticket
to the base ball "round to boot Get rid of
toe clogs at any cost. j
Hook and Ladder. This splendid co:
pany, as invited guests of the Rescue No.
turned out to lav the cornerstone of the ne
i Engine House, and we can truthfully sap
I that we never saw a prettier sight tuan ine
saw a prcttici
tfuck of the Hook and LaddcC which wis
gotten up by Mr. Clawson. A stand wis
mounted on the ladder carriage, and upon.
that as seated Master J. H. Backalan and
Misss0: -r, M., three beautiful children,
., . 'ft VV ... -.1 -C . Tk.
DO prouu vu "o
nepuoucan Ticket Notice to Candi
Asbeville Pioneer, Jefferson Timet
and Rutherford Star will print tickets for
the Seventh Conirressional District
'The Salem Advocate and Greensboro' Re-
puiilteaii will print tickets for the Fifth
Cougrciidnal District '
' The ialeigh Standard will print tickets
lortue ( onrth Congressional District. :
The Wilmington . will print tickets
lor the Third Congressional District.
l nolcwbern Times nnd RevuUiean will
print tihkets for the Second Congressional
The Elizabeth City North Carolinian will
print tjekcts for the First Congressional
The Raleigh Standard will print tickets
ior tncBixth Congressional District
The tickets must contain the names of the
candidate for Attorney General, member of
longress, the names of the candidates for
the Senate and House of Representatives,
ana all the candidates for County offices,
touit: Sheriff, Treasurer, Surveyor, Coro
ner, Kcgistcr of Deeds, and fivo Commis
sioners. ALL these names must be on ONE
slip of paper. '
The names of the different County aud
ioLnvi, cauumaies snouia De printed ns
nercin declared at once.
By order Republican State F.
J. C. L. Harris,
'.' ; John H. Boner,
Raleigh, N. C, July 7th, 1870.
R cpublican papers will please copy.
Corner Stone Celebration. On yes
terday our Fire Department, Rescue No,
Engine, and nook & Ladder Companies
laid the Corner Stone of the new Engine
house. Tho procession formed at the Capi-
toyratc, from whence they marched down
tajetfeviire Street -to- tho- Oovenwi-V man
sion and back to the Court house. Here
an address was delivered by Kemp P. Battle,
Esq. It has seldom been our lot to listen to
a finer effort, even by the above mentioned
We regret that we could not give it in
full. ' After the ceremony, the companics)
proceeded by tne Dana, marched turough
the principal streets. A large and select
crowd attended, and by their bright smiles
and pleased faces, showed their apprcci-
toin of and gave much encouragement to
onr gallant defenders against the Fire King.
May they ever prosper. The following
is a list of the articles deposited in the
List of the active, associate and honorary
members of Rescue Steam Fire Engine Com
pany. Certified copy of the charter of the Com
Canstitution and By-Laws of the Com
Charter of the city of Raleigh.
Copies of the several newspapers of the
And a parchment containing a programme
of the ceremonies, and a list of articles de
posited. The Republican Candidates for Cou-
gress, for the 4th Congressional District
Madisi.n Hawkins, of Franklin, and James
H. Harris, of Waki will melt and address
their fellow citizens at the following times
The friends of liberty, free schools, econ
omy, PEACE, law and order, and of Repub
lican government, am requested to turn out
in full strength to hear these gentlemen.
Hon. S. F.' Phillips, IL C. Badger, Gen.
W. D. Jones, Jo. W. Ilohku, Stephen A.
Douglas, Jr., and other prominent RcpuK
icans will accompany the Congressional
candidates, and address the people from
time to time at the places designated below :
Boon Hill, Monday, July 11th.
Smithfield, Tuesday July 12th.
Clayton, Wednesday, July 13th.
Stanhope, Friday, July 15th.
Nashville, Saturday, July 10th.
Haywood, Monday, July 18th.
Pit tsboro, Tuesday, July 19th.
Chapel Hill, Thursday, July 21st
Mangum's Sfore, Saturday, July 23d.
Brassfields, Monday, July 25th.
Oxford, Tuesday, July 26th.
Louisburg, Tuesday, August 2d.
Wanenton, Wednesday, August 3d.
It being in season, perhaps the following
would be acceptable to some of our cab
Salt for Caubace. A New Jersey far
mer considers salt necessary to the develop
ment of cabbage, especially in places far
from the coast. He finds them more crisp,
of a better flavor, and to keep better when
salt is used than without He used it as
A few days after setting out the plants.
and when they arc damp, cither after a rain
or when the dew is on, I take a small dish
of fine salt and walking among the rows,
iprinkling a little patch of salt on the centre
of each plant when the leaves begin to grow.
repeat the salting, ana when tne centre ot
the leaves begin to form the head I apply
salt again, scattering it over the leaves;
after this I look them occasionally, and if I
find plants that do not head well and appear
diseased, I sprinkle the salt over freely ; this
will save all such plants. A quart oi salt is
sullicicnt for live hundred plants in a season,
although more can lie usedvith safety.
Mr. Editor : Permit me, through your
valuable columns, to say a word to the pub
lic in relation to the nominations tor Con
gress in this Congressional District.
In looking over the columns of tho Golds
boro' Messenger, it savs: "W. F. Loftin, an
other truly loyal, and one of Holden's mili
tia Generalp, lor Lenoir County, avows
openly -that the nominations will not re
ceive the approval ot the Itcpublicau party ;
that the ticket is as weak as water, and can
not carry the strength of the party," &c:
The Messenger lurthcr declares that there is
trouble brewing in the Republican camp?.
1 aid say, Mr. iMUtor, that the nomvZ
nation of Judge Thomas did not meet my
approval, but I go lor principles and not for
men. .luugc 1 nomas is a good Republican,
and an honest, Christian gentleman, and was
nominated by the District Executive Com
mittee, and we, the Republicans of the sec
ond District, will stand by the nomination ;
auu ii mo uckci, 13 weas we win moKC it
There is no trouble in this district-
Judge Thomas, it is true, was not my first
choice before the committee, but my indi
vidual choice was over-ruled, and I now
heartily endorse Messrs. Thomas and Dixon,
ana wilt stana ty them through the cam
paign. If it were neccessary I would lock
my doors and canvass the District for them.
But it is not, as we are nnited, and upon the
4th day of August next Lenoir County will
give them six hundred majority, and they
win ue eiectea to Uomrrcss bv not less than
1 ne reierence made to me by theeilitorof
1.110 m-aaxnger 1 care nothing for. Governor
tioiaen has appointed me Brigadier Gcnenil
of the 5th brigade, and I am proud of it. I
am ready and willing to nhe hia mil utanv
"ItPS aown tbe Kuklux outrages
The loyal men of this section most hear
tily endorse Qot. Holden's action to restore
Zwr, "1th.! 8Utc Pe im
xr 1.1 ?i ' Editor, I will say the
Kuklux Democracy know that if theRepub-
lton nnrtv arnnA .1 . . .
:r;vsiz. .r1 iney bedeicat-
Henry Find, after the Death of his Soa.
The bark that held the prince weut dow-,
The sweeping waves rolled on ;
And what was England's glorious crown -
To him was wept a son ?
He lived for life may long be borno.
Ere sorrow breaks its chain ;
8U11 comes not death to those who mourn ;
He never smiled again !
There stood proud forms before his throne,
The stately and the brave ;
But which coold fill the place of one, .
That one beneath the wave ?
Before him passed the young and fair,
In pleasure's reckless train ;
But seas dashed o'er his son's bright hair
lie never smiled again !
He sat where festal bowls went round ; . ,
He heard the minstrel sine;
He saw the tourney's victor crowned
Amid the mighty ring :
A murmer ol the restless deep
Mingled with every strain, -A
voice ol winds that would not sleep:
He never smiled again !
Hearts In that time, closed o'er the trace
Of vows once luridly poured ;
Aud strangers took the kinbtjiau's place
At many a joyous board ;
Graves, which true love had bathed in team,
Were lelt to heaven's bright rain ;
Fresh hopes were born lor other years :
Ue never smiled again ! .
Again I hear that creaking step !
lie's rappine at the door !
Too well I know the boding Bound
That ushers in a bore.
I do not tremble when I meet
The stontest of my loes,
But Heaven defend me Irom the friend
Who comes but never goes !
lie drops into my easy chair,
And asks about the news;
He peeps into my manuscript,
And gives his candid views ;
He tells me where he likes the Hoe,
Aud where he's forced to grieve;
He takes the strongest liberties
But never takes his leave 1
Ho reads my daily papers throuli,
Bcloro I've seen a word ;
He scans the lyric (that 1 wrote) '
And thinks it quite absurd;
He calmly smokes my last cigar.
And coorry asks kr .
He upens everything he sees " "
Except the entry door 1 - '
Ue talks about his fragile health,
And tells me ol the pains
He sutlers from a score of ills
Of which be ne'er complains;
And how be straggled once with death
To keep tho Bend at bay ;
On themes like those away he goes
Bat never goes away!
He tells of the carping words
Some shallow critic wrote.
And every precious paragraph
Familiarly ean quote.
He thinks the writer did me wrong ;
He'd like to run him through I
He says a thousand pleasant thlugs
But never says "Adicul"
Whene'er he comes that dreadful man
Disguise it as I may,
I know that, like an autumn rain,
Ho'll last throughout the day ;
In vain I speak ot urgent tasks ;
In vain I scold and pout;
A trown is no extinguisher
It does not put him out 1
I mean to take the knocker oft ;
Put crape upon the door;
Or hint to John that I am goue
To stay a month or more ;
I do not tremble when I meet
The stoutest ol my toes ;
But Heaven defend me irom the friend
Who never, never goes I
For the Standard.
Mr. Editor. The Republican Conven
tion of Granville County was held, accord
ing to notice, on July 2nd in the Court-house
at Oxford. It was largely attended, and
much interest was manifested in the busi
ness of the day. The nominations were as
For the Senate R. W. Lassiter.
For the House of Representatives. T. L.
Hargrove, E. B. Lyon aud W. H. Rcavis.
For bhcrilt. J. I. Moore.
For Register ol Deeds. J. W. Betts.
For Treasurer. Wm. H. Hughes.
For Coroner. Wm. K. Jenkins.
For Surveyor. R, D. Jones.
For Commissioners. Wm. H. Purvear.
Chandler Towns, Grandison RusscI, G. W.
Rogers and Thos. W. Hicks.
Speeches of acceptance were then made
by It W. Lassiter, T. L. Hargrove, E. B.
Lyon and W. H. Rcavis.
The interest and zeal shown by the Con
vention was great, animated as it wsf, by the
prospect ot an increased majority in the ap
proaching election. To such a spirit as was
generally shown only success would be ajust
rewara, ana to it they look forward with
the fullest confidence, knowing the principle
lor which they strive, that all men were cre
ated equal ; and having seen its success in
tu past history of the world,-, and it par
tial success in their own history, they look
forward with assurance to the complete tri
umph of this principle, which by its impor
tance at this special crisis, animates and
unites, not only gieat party throughout
the United States, but even millions of men
throughout the world. Oxford.
It was quite time that Governor Holde 11
of North Carolina came to Washington lot
adviccand aid. 11d says that in one judici
al district three hundred whippings and four
teen murders oi known Republicans have
been chronicled, with a number of rapes and
barbarities too horrible for publication. In
one case a burning stick was thrust into a
woman's mouth to keep her from scream ina
The civil authorities entirely feUwt in their
attempts to prevent or punish this lawless
ness, and the Governor organized two regi
ments of militia, with which he hopes to
preserve the peace. The President has sent
down two companies of United States troops.
with the assurance that more can be had it
necessary. How long is this violence to
continue ? North Carolina has again been
obliged to sendto her physician for medicine.
Woe betide tier it the Doctor lumselt Unas
it necessary to march down. N. T. Stand
A Funeral Party Percipitated into a
Cellar. A few days ago Miss Ida De Cam p,
about 15 years of age, whose parents reside
at 27 Vesey street, JNewark, died. The room
in which the coffin was placed was filled
with mourners on the occasion of the funeral.
While the services were in progress the floor
gave wave, and the coffin, mourners, and all
were percipitated into the cellar. The coffin
was broken open, women shrieked and
fainted, and for a while the excitement was
intense. Finally urder was restored, the
coffin was mended, and the exercises con
cluded. - Eighteen younr men have been fined (10
each lor habitually ' mating" on the street
corners of Boston. If tines were collected
here for n similar offence, the tax-payers
would be released from one-half their present
obligations to the city.
CL. COBB, Republican Candidate for Con-
grass, will address tho people at the fol
lowing times and places :
Jackson, Northampton county, Wednesday,
July G, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
tiarysburg, Northampton county, Wednesday,
July ti. at Vbi o'clock, p. m.
Halifax, Halifax county, Thursday, July 7, at
2 o'clock, p. m.
Scotland Neck, Halifax county, Friday, July 8,
at 12 o'clock, m.
Littleton, Halifax county, Saturday, July 9, at
12 o'clock, m.
Murfreesboro, Hertford county, Monday, July
11. at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Winton, Hertford county, Tuesday, July 12, at
11 o'clock, a. m.
Coleraine, Bertie county, Wednesday, July IS,
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Windsor, Bertie county, Thureday, JulyJ4, at
13 o'clock, m.
Hamilton, Martin county, Tnaj, Jnly 15, at
10 o'clock, a. m. .,
Williamslon, Martin county, Friday, July 15,
at 5 o'clock, p. m.
Jamesville, Martin county, Saturday, July 10,
at 13 o'clock, m. .
Washington, Beanlort county, Monday, July
18, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Broad Creek, Beaufort county, Tuesday, July
19, at 12 o'clock, m.
Miedletou, Hyde county, Thureday, July 21,
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
8wan Quirter, Hyde county, Friday, July 2'i,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Plymouth, Washington county, Monday, July
25, at 13 o'clock, m. '",',,..
Columbia, Tyrrell county, Tuesday, Julj3i,
at 10 o'clock, a. 111.
Scuppemong, Washington county, Wcdurs,
day. July 37, al 10 o'clock, a. m.
EduntOD, Chowan couuly, Tuarsday, July 38,
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Gntesville, Gates couuty, Friday, July 39, at
11 o'clock, a. ni.
Ward's Store, Choaan cuui.ly, Saturday, July
30, at 10 o'clock, a. in.
Bclvidere, Fcrquimaus county. Saturday, July
30, at 3 o'clock, p. 111.
Hcrtlurd, Perquimans county, Saturday, July
30, at 8 o'clock, p. in.
Currituck C. H., Cnrriluck couuly, Tuesday,
August 3, nt 11 o'clock, a. in.
Camden C. H., Cauidcu county, Tuesday, Au
Vnst 3. at 6 D. ru.
Old Trap, Camden county, Wednesday, Au
gust 8, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Elizabeth City, Pasquotank county, Wednes
day, August 8, at 8 o'clock, p. m.
car As many of the appointments closely fol
low, it is desirable that the audience assemble
ranciuauv uiv uvu wcuuunea auove.
TELEGRAPHIC 1 ' 1
Washington News. '.
Wisiiimoton, July . The Sena'-"
the Chinese question.; Sumner and
Tocated their rights. Pacific Scnati ..
law forbidding their landing.
Howurd, Hamlin and Tbunnan, W
mittee on the part of the Senate 01.
' ird ad
r -ed the
' a Com
From France. . '
Pakis, July 9. The French Govcniicnt has
rcccivea reassuring dispatches from most ol the
Two Corps of the French army afts ready for
movement, naval preparations are rapidly
The Prussian Government disavows Implica
tion in Uohcnzolluriii's candidature.
General officers of the l'russiau army are or
dered to rcjoiu their Corps. .
Montpcnsicr opposes lluhciizulIeriiL
A demonstration will he made -hi Madrid on
Sunday against all foreign candidates.
The House of Lords has passed the Irish laud
hill. The House ol Commons informally com
mented upon the Prussian delay iu answering
France. The opinion is frequently expressed
that the deiav means mi-chief, if nut a' more
dangerous purpose on the part uf Fru-sia.
Austrian journals say that Au.-tria xill not
lnterlcre hi the French and Prussian Complica
Loudon, Julv 9. Tho (imsl Inn a t Ici mi ho.
twoen Franco and Prussia, relative to the Span
tsh Crown, creates some uneasiness in English
marncis,! Doth here and Liveroool. ration un
certain in tone, prices irrnralnr. whi,.i l .in. in
the possibility ot a continental war. The same
Influence is operating at Manchester in the market
for cotton and yarn goods. The general excite
ment docs not seem to havo abated the least.
Heroic" Remedy rl
Based on Science,
Prepared with Skill.
and all the available ino-nnniiv .
that the art ol pharmacy of the present day can"
And Conbiniog In Concentrated lorn the most
Valuable Vegetable Juices
Known iu the History ot Medicines lor
PURIFYING THE BLOOD, .
NUTRITION TO THE SYSTEM,
Tone to the Stomach,
And a Healthy action to the Liver, Kidneys,
8ccrelivc ai.d Excretive Organs.
A DYING ZOUAVE
lay breathing Ills last on the battle held his
companions surged on and left him alone! They
kiicw tho cause of his approaching end it was
the deadly bullet. No friendly voice could cheer
una to life no human skill could save him.
Thousands of Precious Lives
are to-day rap'dly sinkrilKTHid as surely totter
ing on to an untimely end, in Suflcring, Agony,
Wretchedness, and Ignorauccot Uie cause which
Science can arrest and assuage,
Nourish into new Life and Vigor,
And cause the Bloom of Health
To dance once more upon tlieirwWiercd clicels.
DISEASE, LIKE A THIEF,
Sii-ils upon its victims unawares, aud beloru
lln-y are aware of its attack, plants itself firmly
in the system, and through neglect or iliaUelitioil
becomes seated, and di lies ail ordinary or tem
pirary treatment to relinquish its merciless
DO YOU KNOW THE CAUSE OF
The wasted form the hollow check ?
The withered fcccT-tlm sallow complexion?
The feeble voire the sunken, glassy eye?
The emaciated form the Ircrubliug frame?
The treacherous pimple the torturing sore?
The repulsive eruption I he inflamed eye? ,
The pimpled face the ri'iu-li cnlorli!. s in ?
mid dcbilitutiinrnilim-ulr I 1 1 - m-t nt age? Tin:
mirwrr in simple, unit c .vers the whole ;iouud
i all lis pliazes, viz: tlte
FANGS OF DISEASE
ARE FIRMLY FIXED IN TIJE
Fountain of Life the Blood.
during the late war, with di leased Lymph has
TAINTED TBE BEST BLOOD
in the entire land. It has planted the germ of
the most melancholy disease in the veins ol men,
women and children on all sides, and nothing
A HEROIC REMEDY
will eradicate it root and branch, forever. Sucl
a Remedy is
On reaching the Ktomnch. il assimilates
at once with the loud and liquids therein, and
from the moment it passes into the Blood, il at
tacks disease at its fountain head, in its germ
and maturity, and dicsipatcs it through the
avenues ot the organs with unerring certainty,
ana senus new ana pare moou oounding
through every artery and vein.
The tubcrculcs of Scrofula that sometime
flourish and stud the inner coating ot tho abdo
men, like kernels or corn, arc withered, dissolved
and eradicated-and the diseased parts nourished
into life. The Torpid Liver and iuactivc Kidneys
are stimulated to a healthy secretion, and their
natural functions restored to renewed health and
Its action upon tho blood, fluid of the body,
and Glandular System, are
TONIC, rCRlFYIXG AND U1SIFKCTAT.
At its touch disease droops, dies, and the vic
tim of its violence, as it were,
LEAP TO NEW LIFE.
It Relieves tbe entire system ot Fains and
A cllos. CDiiTctm tli spirits, nd imparts .
8parkllug brightness to the Eye,
A rosy glow to the Check,
A ruby tinge to the Lip,
A clearness to the Ilcad,
A brightness to the Complexion,
' A buoyancy to the Spirits,
And happiness on all sides.
Thousands have been rescued Irom tin: renre
of tho grave by its timely use.
This Remedy is now ollereil to the public with
the most solemn assnranee of its intrinsic medi
cinal virtues, aud powerlul Healing proerties.
FOK ALL AFFICTIONS OF THE
Kidneys, Bclentionof Urine,
Diseates of Women and Ciildmt.
Nervous Prostration, Weukuess, General Lassi
tude, and Loss of Appetite, it is unsurpassed.
- Il extinguishes
Affections of Uie Rmes, Hubitiial CostiMucss, De
bUUy, Diseases of the Kidney. Dyxtrpxia, Ery.
sipdis. Female IrmpUaritixx, Firtula. all
Skin Diseases, Jamt Lwnjitaiitt, Mali
ijcslitm, I'Uts, l'lUiamiarji Dotascs,
VuttxHmptiim, NcntfuUt or
Ktuifs AW, Ayptilis.
Prof. M. E. HENRY
BERLIN 1IOSPI I AL.,
M. A., L.L. D , F. R. S.
KENKY & CO., Proprietor?.
Laboratory, 27 X,earl - - jtt.
rstHffico,Box, 5273, Nf.w 1hk.
rCONSTI'ri'TlON KENOVATOll is fl
per bottle, six linillcs l'r tT. Sent anywhere on
receipt ol price. Vi'aiicnts are requested to co
respond couticeJituilv, aD icply will be made
uy following mail.
Entered according to Act ot Congress, by M.
E. Hekev, in the dplerk's Office ot ihe District
uoun ior tno Southern District ot New York
March 23,1870, 70-d&wly
Da. WALKXa'S CALIFOBK1A
Utm4r4i' f Tbtn&MtU
S Eeur toitimouy to their won
a? 5 p
k& dcnul Curative illccii.
Si'. I ' - 7
IfSj WniT ARE TI1V.Y T
TniCT ASK HOT A VJLB
mado of Poor Br-. Whiskey, Proof 8pir.
lis, ana Refuse liquors, doctored, spiced,
and sweetened to please the lasie, called
Tonlra''' Appellors," Kcstorcrs Ac,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
rn.n bnt are a true Medicine, made from tho
J.,Ac.0,ol,c ktimulHnU. Tliey are tho
-Tt I. 7, i""""""itriu ionium
tor ot tlie System, carrying off all poisonous
dition. No person can take thaw Hitter. ....
cording to directions, and remain Ion-; unwdl.
? wiff 60 K1 for-an hicursbk-caoo, pro-
tiuinir Lilt, i Minna .m not itnat r.-.i i... i
poisons or other means, and the vital orinma
T I V m .( J'mi. I,.,...... : . ..
ItlllOUS. RianaittAMt ... . - .. '
neys.and lllauder, these Hitlers havo been
most sncccsslul. 8ocn Diseases nro caused by
Vitiatei. Blood, which is generally produced
by derangemcntof the Dioestivi Okoams
FH ssriw niaviiiDu .. . .. .
tcr, SaltRucum, Blotches, Spots, l'liup.utv
ttlWW- Knit (krhnnnl U iir . .
Head' Horn VT vL,"" "I""'. "V?"'
colorations ol tho Skin, llumors and Discuses ol
the Skin, of whatever name or Datum, are liter
ally dug up and carried out of the system in a
Short titni, h th nu ..I II. l:.. . . .
7. . ' . " ' - men outers, woe OOl-
tie in sach cases will convince tho most Incredu
lous of their curative effects.
l .. . . . " "r.3iiu.T, rleaa
ache, ram in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
of the Chest. DuutiriMs, Sour stomach, Bad
. ViT il 1 7 , """ "nacKs, raipnation
Ol the Heart. Copious Dischar-n r Ilri.... p.;.
in the regions of Ibo Kidneys, and a hundred
other paluful symptoms, which are tieoflspriuir
Of llVatUllrtl M 1... Al ... 1 l
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
ltd imnnriticK hnMtinrr t 11 i.t ...
pies Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you
lltlil if AhulnlnlAil ...I 1 ; ... ,J
........ oiul-i;imi in tuc veins;
ClcallM It when It U f.iiil ........
, -., 1 JWHl leVIIIIKS will
tell you when. Keep tho blood pure and llm
uealtli of the System will follow.
FIN, TAPE, and other Worma, lurking in tho
SVStCin Of BO nuf tlmt.u..nH. .... ....
destroyed and removed.
ror iuu uirccuoos, read carerully the circular
around each bottle printed lu four languagcs
Englieh, German, French aud Pimni-I.
Street',' New York. M Cmm'
. k. a. Mcdonald & co
Druggists and Gen. Agents,
Ban FratCi co, Caliloruia, Si & 3 Commerce
1ST Sold by all Druggists and '
may 17, 1S70 114 tf
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viur tutura huabandor wife, with name mid dale
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LEK, McCUltDX :.. in h. wth Street.
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Hon Samuel F. Phillips, CoL C. L. Harris.
Gov. Tod K. Caldwell, lion. A. IL Jones, and
others will address tliu ieoplo of the Seventh
District at the lollowintr placei-:
Dallas, Gaston Co., Thursday, July 14th.
Rutherlordton, Saturday. ; July ltttb.
Columbus, Polk co. Monday, ; " 18th.
Hendersonville. Tuesday, " 19th.
Asheville, n Wednesday" SOto.
Burnsvillo, Thureday, " Ut.
Marion, Friday. "
june vSI .
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